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  KWTABLE FIRE-Wh.n Jamot Kaarn.y,
  driver of N i w Shrewsbury sanitation
  truck above, and Stanley Marks, helper,
  saw that fire had broken out in their
  load on Newman Springi Rd. yesterday,
                                                                                                                    Area School BoardsOrganize                                       secret and later made unanimous clear that bis action was no re-         magistrate, named board altor.
  they drove to the Northside Engine Com-
                                                                                                                School boards in New. Jersey—
                                                                                                             except those covering regional            Middletown                    by the board.                    flection on the job Mr. Copeland        ney replacing Lawrence A. Car-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              ton, Jr. He said he felt that there
  pany fire house on SpringdaU Ave.,                                                                         districts — organized for the new Harold Copelahd was reflected Board member John S. Thatch- has done for the past 10 years.
                                                                                                             year last night and elected of- to his 11th term as president of er proposed Mr. Wasserman for He said he felt that there should                 should be a change in this post
  pulled the alarm and dumped fhe smok-                                                                      ficers on the basis of member- the Middletown Township Board the post. The proposal was sec- be a change.                                        also and that this was no reflec-
                                                                                                             ship determined in last Wednes- of Education by » 6-2 vote last onded by Dr. Brinton M. Miller Board member Donald D. John-                      tion on the past services of Mr.
  ing load. Fighting blaie are Dominic                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Carton.                      >
                                                                                                             day's elections.           -•;..    night.,                             who started his first term on son was proposed for the vice
  Trocchia, left, and Julius Lanyi.                                                                                                                                                                                   presidency but was defeated by            Mr. Thatcher tailed to get a
                                                                                                                Contests for board presidencies Irving Wasserman was.elected the board.
                                                                                                             arose and were resolved )n Mid- to his first full term as vice presi- Mr. Thatcher in nominating Mi Wasserman.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        \r.                                   second on his motion nominating
                                                                                                             dletown and Keyport. In Marl dent by a 5-4 vote.                        Mr. Wasserman for the presi- Mr. Thatcher failed in a bid to             Mr. Mason.
                                                                                                             boro, however, a 4-4 tie among Balloting on both posts was dency said he wanted to make it get W. Gilbert Manson, former                         (See SCHOOL BOARDS, Page 14)
                                                                                                             the eight members at the meeting
                                                                                                             will' send the stalemated issue to

                                                                                                             the county superintendent of
                                                                                                             schools for final decision.
                                                                                                                The results of the brganira
                                                                                                             tion meeting in the 23 districts
                                                                                                             of northern Morunouth County
                                                                                                             follow.. AH are regular districts
                                                                                                             except Tinton Falls, a regional
                                                                                                             unit.,This held its school elec-
                                                                                                             tion last week, with the non-
                                                                                                             regional boards to avoid conflict
                                                                                                             With the Monmouth Regional
                                                                                                                                                              President Briefs Congressmen
                                                                                                             board covering the.same towns         WASHINGTON (AP)-President tacks on the administration's Cu- roundup on Cuba" and some other                military power there but "the gen«
                                                                                                                                                Kennedy,has given congressional ban policy.                           areas, said Senate Democratic           eral feeling was that things looked
                                                                                                                    Red Bank                    leaden a 40-mlnute • briefing on Kennedy was aided at the brief-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Leader Mike Mansfield of Mon-
                                                                                                                                                                                     ing by Secretary of Defense Rob- tana.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 little better."       .
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                It seemed like something big
                                                                                                               Edmund J. Canzona was re-Cuba and Latin America si a                                                                                           might be in the wind when the
                                                                                                                                                                                     ert S. McNamara, Central Intel             •Nothing New'
                                                                                                             elected last night as president of swiftly called White House meet-                                                                              word leaked down from Capitol
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Sen. George A. Smathers, D-
                                                                                                             the Red Bank Board of Educa- ing that had all the makings of Hgence Agency chief John A. Mc-                                                     Hill that Kennedy had summoned
                                                                                                                                                                                     Cone and Secretary of State Dean Fla., remarked he didn't hear
                                                                                                             tkm—for his 13th one-year term. high drama.                                                                                                      17 Congress members, mainly
                                                                                                                                                                                     Rusk.                            anything particularly new about
                                                                                                               Dr. Herman O. Wiley was re- Almost a score of legislators, "Just a general intelligence the Cuban situation and the Soviet

 Township Groups Name                                                                                        elected vice president. -          given only a couple of hours of
                                                                                                                Three incumbents returning to advance warning of' the secret
                                                                                                             the board after: re-election were ^lonoMondgyg night, Slipped In
                                                                                                                                                     ?   j    y
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              from the Armed Forces and For-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              eign Affairs committees.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                There was some speculation
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              that the session was aa effort by
                                                                                                             sworn in: J a / n e s B. Ilch,
                                                                                                                                                 and out of the executive mansion,

 Advisory Board Members
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Kennedy to slam the door on any
                                                                                                             Samuel C a r o t e n u t o and Dr.
                                                                                                                                                 avoiding reporters..Later, howev-                                                                            ciarges that his foreign policy
                                                                                                             W'!ey.                              er, those who would talk described                                                                           was more partisan than biparti-
                                                                                                                                                                  ld t l k
                                                                                                                Other appointments, which it all as a routine' report. d i b d
                                                                                                             made no change from last year,
       MARLBORO - The township Citizens'                  Keck, Alfred Storer and M. Phillips Van-           were custodian of school monies, One Republican leader, who de-                                                                                    Sen. Barry Goldwater, R A i t e ,
   Committee and Farmers-Home Owners' Asso-               Mater.                                             Albert F. MacDonald; attorney, tclined to be quoted By name,
                                                                                                                                                           ..                                                                                                 thundered in the Senate Monday
   ciation have released the names of their                   Both groups will submit their lists in the     Theodore Parsons; auditor, Mor- brushed it off as a "rehash of                                                                                   that it was obvious "tha Kennedy
   members to be named to a Citizens' Advisory            form of letters this Thursday at the commit-       ris Portner; depositories o f " » situaton in                 and Latin                                                                          alministration wants no part of
   Committee.                                             tee meeting.                                       school funds, Monmouth County America."                                                                                                          a bipartisan approach to foreign
       At the last meeting of the Township                    The mayor said he would appoint such a         National Bank and First Merch- He said he viewed it «s an at-                                                                                    policy—except when they get into «
   Committee, Mayor Joseph A. Lanzaro asked               committee to assist the township in prepar-        ants National Bank.                 tempt to quiet some of the at-                                                                               trouble."
   the groups to submit five names each of per-           ing its master plan and deciding on zoning                                                                                                                                                            Not so, retorted Democratic
                                                          matters. This followed the controversy and
   sons to be named lo the committee he would
   create. ' • /
       The Citizens' Committee has selected
                                                '         eventual defeat of an ordinance which would
                                                          have decreased lot sizes from the present one-
                                                          half acre to one-fifth acre.
                                                                                                               Recount Requested                                                                                                                              Leader Mansfield. Republicans,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              he contended, had been called to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              the White House for consultations
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              on foreign policy more than 40
   Spencer D. Embree, Igoe Rd.; Walter S.
   Hills, Wyncrest Rd.; Mrs. Walter C. Gnibb,              < the farmers' association also announced
                                                          it would submit to the committee Thursday
                                                                                                              By Candidate Who Lacked 1 Vote                                                                                                                  times In Kennedy's two years in
   and Gerald A. Bauman, Jr., East Francis
   Jr., Rt. 79; Frank S. Graziano, Nolan Rd.,             a petition "signed by several hundred resi-               RED BANK—Donald; D. Devine had received notice of the filing                                                                                Among those who attended but
   Rd. The group also named two as alter-                 dents urging a change in the zoning code to             of 93 South St. has requested a of the petition.                                                                                            declined to talk about tha Whits
   Bites: Thomas A. Antisell and James J. Dore.           decrease the minimum lot size of plots for              recount of ballots cast in last Mr. Devine's attorney in the                                                                                House meeting was Sen. John
                                                          home building and to increase the minimum                                                  proceeding is Francis X. Ken'                                                                            Stennis, D-Miss., who heads a
                                                                                                                  Wednesday's Board of Educa-
         The Farmers-Home Owners' Association             size of houses."                                                                            nelly of Jersey City.                                                                                   preparedness subcommittee which
                                                                                                                  tion election.
     submitted the names of Robert Nivison, Rt.               The Citizens' Committee secretary,- Mrs.                                                    In the petition it was stated                                                                                (See OJBA, Page 2)
     79; George T. Saathoff, Topanemus Rd.; Emil          Bruno Petronio, said the group's .slate for the                                            that the request is being made
     Katz, Rt. 79; Thurston Whitson, Wyncrest             advisory committee consisted of "a cross-                                                  because of the narrow margin
     Rd., and Mrs. Marion Man, Pleasant Valley
     Rd.- Named as alternates were Christian
                                                          section of township residents in accordance
                                                                     (See MARLBORO, Page 2)
                                                                                                                                                     in the voting, because the, voting
                                                                                                                                                     was done on paper ballots, and
                                                                                                                                                     in older, to, "ensure that the final
                                                                                                                                                     tabulation of ballots cast for each A GOOp PENNY «*. Joseph Siderman of Shrewsbury                        Bus Service
              School Supplies                                                                                                                        candidate was correct,''
                                                                                                                                                         Red Bank's voting msdtfnes
                                                                                                                                                                                            baams i s ha holds a rare penny, a 1955 double dia shift,
                                                                                                                                                     were not used for tht school'•tot- that -.'Jit -found last weekend. Irving Carol, right, of the
                                                                                                                                                      ing. Paper ballots were cast at Monmouth Stamp and Coin Shop, Red Bank, inspects
  By Groups is Committee Goal                                                                                                                         the.high school, River Street the coin with a magnifying glass. He confirmed the coin
                                                                                                                                                      School and Oakland Street School
                                                                                                                                                    | Dr. Raubinger will decide the ft worth at least $150 at retail. Mr, Siderman has been
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  WATAWAN         TOWNSHIP
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                School children and the general
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                pubjic In Strathmore may be rid-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               ing about the community on

     NEW. SHREWSBURY — School chore for each board. There are not interesting enough to draw                                                         I merits of the petition and may a coin collector for only a few months,, and intends to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                buses in the near future. <
  boards throughout the state may hundreds of Items, to be bought: many bids, nor to make prices                                                     I order the ballots, which are now continue this hobby.
  soon have the opportunity to save pencils, chalk, paper in scores competitive.                                                                     I in the county superintendent's of-                                                                          A resolution approved by the
  a good deal of money by group of sizes and kinds,1 floor wax,                                                                                       fice in Freehold, recounted. Mr.                                                                          Township Committee last night
                                                                                      Procedure Not Legal
  purchasing of school supplies, soap, etc., etc.                                 Early in his term of service
   thanks to action initiated in the A school board may spend $5,- on the Tinton Falls board, Ber-
  Tinton Falls Schools board.            000 to $15,000 on all these items, nard W. Schwartz asked why two
     Supply purchases have long but because each item represents or more boards do not pool, their
                                                                                                                                                      Firth said the ballots remain in
                                                                                                                                                      the hands of school officials only
                                                                                                                                                      overflight before they are moved
                                                                                                                                                       to the county seat.
                                                                                                                                                                                                   $150 Penny                                                   permits Frederick J. and Gladys
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                M. Wehrle of Cliffwood to carry
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                their petition for bus service, in
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               the Strathmore project to the New
  been a rather frustrating annual a relatively small amount, it is buying power to get supplies                                                          In Wednesday's voting, Mr.    Novice Collector Finds Misprint                                        Jersey Public Utility Commission.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                The commission would have to
                                                                                more economically.                                                     Devine secured '234 votes,, one                                                                          accept the petition before the
                                                                                 It was explained to him that                                          Ii>ss than received by incumbent      SHREWSBURY—Joseph Sider- In the case of the 1909 SVBD buses could operate.

 Municipal Beach                                                               under school law such a* pro-
                                                                               cedure is not legal. This has end-
                                                                                                                          Donald D. Devise
                                                                                                                                                      James B. Ilch. The other can-        man, 41 Obre PI., has found a there were 484,000 made."
                                                                                                                                                      didates in the election, both in- penny worth about $150,
                                                                               ed the matter in other cases in In the election, Mr. Devine fell cumbents, were successful. Sam- Mr. Siderman has been a coin Carol reported, his
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                By an odd coincidence, Mr. Three routes would ba estab-

                                                                               the past where the same sug- one vote short of being seated on uel Carotenuto tallied 257 votes collector for just a few months Carol, 17, a student at Rumson- Wehrle.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                lished. Fares are yet to ba de-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                termined, according to Mr.

 Gets Another 'Life'
     ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS — A sion's budget •' figure "might be stopped.
                                                                               gestion has been brought up n the board.
                                                                               various boards.

                                                                                 But Mr. Schwartz refused to be submitted his petition to Dr.
                                                                                                                  Frederick M. Raubinger, state
                                                                                                                                                      and Dr. Herman O.- Wiley re- He says the find has made him
                                                                                                                     He said yesterday that he has ceived 253.
                                                                                                                                                          The South. St. challenger is a lector."
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Fair Haven High School, found
                                                                                                                                                                                          overnight, into "a confirmed col- a similar coin last summer. Bar- Mr. and Mrs. Wehrle at present
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              ry had invested $50 in a sack
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                have municipal consent to pper-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                ate buses In the township. The
                                                                                                                                                      certified public accountant with "When I first spotted that coin of pennies which.he bought from proposed new routes would be
  few members of the Recreation too high."                                       "Ifino legal way to pool sup-commissioner of education. Wil-offices on East Front St. It was it gave me the same thrill as the Rumson Branch of the Sea serviced by as many buses as
  Commission last night proposed Commission members outlined ply purchase exists, then why not Ham E. Firth, secretary of the his first bid f o r * school board when I caught'my first big fish," Bright National Bank. Finding necessary to meet the
  to discontinue. the newly inaugu- plans for additional sand, a rewrite, the law?" Mr. Schwartz school board, said last nightht post.                                                    he said.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   imands of
  rated municipal beach. , ,             rcped-off play area, swings and suggested.                                                                                                         This, penny is        described, his investment, when he sold the and the public at large.
                                            p        p y       ,      g
     But, after several minutes of temporary toilet facilities.
                                         t               il  filii               He made a preliminary study                                                                              among collectors, as a "1955 dou- penny.later at a numismatists'
  discussion with Councilman John                   Takes Time'
  cided to give it another try this the commission that the beach school board.
                                                                               of possible ways of pooling pur-
  A. Joslin, the commission de- Councilman Joslin cautioned chases, and presented it to the                    Tax Mote Decreases                                                         ble die, strike, mint error." The convention for $155.
                                                                                                                                                                                          novice,, through- a magnifying Mr. Siderman says that he, too, Wood questioned whether the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Norman E.

                                                                                                                                                                                          glass, and after it has been has bough( '•>!) sacks of pennies, committee could give authority
                                                                                                                                                                                          pointed out to him, sees that on but never had such luck with to use thB streets in Strathmore.
  year.                                  "can't be what you want it to be The body agreed with him that
     James R. Snyder indicated tha in qne year — it takes time."               the matter was worth exploring.
                                                                                                              But One Resident Has Complaints                                             one side-of the penny the word: them. His find came from a sim- He noted the township has not ac-
  the recreation body's main ob- He urged the recreation unit                                                                                                                             and figures, "In God We Trust, ple roll of 50 pennies obtained cepted the streets from the build-
                                                                                         BUI in Senate                                                rate $1.78, and the county rate Mberty, 1955," appear in double                                          er, Levitt & Sons, Inc.
  jection to continuing the beach not to discontinue the' facility After further study, the board LITTLE SILVER — Borough                                                                                                    at the Monmouth County Nation- Herbert Smith, township at-
                                                                                                                                                      50 cents.
  program this year was that "it 'even if it does cost the town forwarded two resolutions to the Auditor Joseph X. Seaman last                                                            Image.                              al Bank.                          torney, agreed and said the town-
                                                                                                                  night announced that one cent                  Carroll Objects             Such a coin is produced when Until now, he said, the major ship is not liable for servicing
  is too expensive."                    a few dolalrs." He noted that State Federation of District
               Too Much                                                                                           has been dipped'from each por- Of eight persons attending last              mint machine misstamps.         collector's item he has found is the streets in Strathmore because
                                        "it serves the people who can't Boards of Education. One rec-                                                 night's public hearing, one resi-
     He said the commission had to get to out-of-town beach clubs." ommended enabling legislation to tion of the local budget, resulting dent expressed his dissatisfac- Quotations in coin collectors' a 1960 penny with the zero miss- title has not passed from Levitt
  budget top much for the beach Edward Conover claimed the permit two or more school boards in a tax rate of $2.85 per $100 tion with the budget; Joseph E. magazines give prices for this ing. That is not very valuable, to the municipality,
  program, and felt that other                 (See BEACH, Page 14)                                               assessed valuation. Last year                                           coin varying from $115 to $165 now, he said, but it is worth
                                                                                   (See SUPPLIES, Page 14)                                            Carroll of 29 Rosslyn Ot. at- depending on condition.                                                       The resolution approving tha
  areas would suffer.                                                                                             the rate was $2.83.                                                                                        holding because it is sure to In- Wehrle petition noted that the
                                                                                                                                                      tacked apropriations for wages,
     Last year's beach program cost                                                                                  Borough Council nailed down capital improvements, police ex- Irving Carol of the Monmouth crease in value.
  the borough $1,027, including      No Change for 2nd Vote                                                                                                                                                                                                    township is not liable or respon-
                                                                                                                  its part of the bargain by unani- penses, Board of Health expens- Itamp and Coin Shop, Monmouth "Rare coins, besides being sible for any damage to buses
  salaries and equipment. However,                                                                                mously adopting a 1963 municipal es and several other budget t., Red Bank, said this, coin is                     (See PENNY, Page 14)       or anyone using them.
  the figure represents only half a                                                                               purpose budget totaling .$374,549 items in particular and the budg- in "v 'V?.. condition. That means
  season because the beach was not
  jpen for business until July 16.
     Councilman Joslin pointed oui
                                          Resubmit Budget                                                         and requiring a $208,435 tax levy. et increase in general.              very fine. Other better conditions
                                                                                                                                                                                          are extra fine, and "A u" or
                                                                                                                    The municipal purpose tax Although the tax rate is down almost uncirculated, Then there
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Post Office Variance
                                                                                                                  rate will be 57 cents, the school            (See TAX, Page: 2)
  that the commission had asked UNION BEACH-The Board of Contributing to the current ex-                                                                                                  are many worse conditions, too
  .jouncil for $1,500 for beach sal Education decided last night to pense increase are administra<
   »ries this year, and $500 for resubmit its proposed 196344 tive and teachers' salaries,, $280,-
   equipment.                           school budget, defeated at the 400, up $24,500; transportation,
     He indicated that the commis polls . Wednesday,             w i t h o u t $18,500, up $12,000; and tuition
                                                                                                                                                                                            Mr. Carol said the coin Is
                                                                                                                                                                                          worth at least $150 at retail and
                                                                                                                                                                                          that it is-appreciating in value.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Back Before Board
                                                                                                                                                                                             "It is rarer than any of the MIDDLETOWN — New Mon-
                                        changes.                               $272,000 up $35,000.                                                                                                                                                            year period, with thres or four>
                                                                                                                                                                                          old rare coins," he said. "There
                                            Feb. 28 was set as the date for, Although the tuition rate for                                                                                                                   mouth's proposed new post office year renewal options.
                                                                                                                                                                                          are only about 28,000 of these. was back in the lap of the Zon
          INDEX                         the election. Polls will be open Keyport High School decreased
                                        from 2 to 9 p.m.                       $15 to $595, an increased antic-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  The New Monmouth post of-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             ing Board of Adjustment last fice, a branch of the Middletown

    Adam and Eve
                                   Page The only account to be voted ipated enrollment caused
                                        on will < be current expense, at $35,000 tuition increase.
                                                                                                                                                                                      To Require                             night.                            office, is currently located in tha
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                A variance is required to con- home of the branch superinten-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             straot the building because the dent, Mrs. Harold W. Hiliyer, at
                                        $646,535. The defeat of this ac- If the budget is beaten a sec-
                                        count Wednesday was by vote of ond time, it goes to Bor-
                                        170 to 119.                            ough 'Council' for revision.
                                                                                                                                                                                      Removal Of                             site lacks sufficient frontage. Cherry Tree Farm Rd. and Wil.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             The request was held for study. son Ave.
   Chamberlain         ..
                             .       15 Board member Donald Ostran- In a press release last night,
                               — 6 der said last night that if the the local, Teachers Association                                                                                    Snow, Ice                              The 75-foot lot, located on Cherry The board also received an ap.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Tree Farm Rd. near Wilson plication from James W. David-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Ave., is owned by Albert Grlggs. heiser to permit subdivision of
   Classified                  ...16-17 spending schedule ' is , not ap- appealed to the board to leave
                                                                                                                                                                                            RED BANK — Borough Coun- The board last considered the property at 35-37 Highland Ave.,
   Comics                   — „•.«      proved ; Feb. 28, "it. is almost a the salary appropriation                                                                                       cil last night introduced an proposed building a year ago Leonardo.
   Crossword Puzzle                  15 Certainty bus transportaion for changed—which the board did.
                                                                                                                                                                                          amendment to an ordinance gov- this month when a special use                  Olher Applications
 / Editorials        —                  high school pupils will be elimi- The teachers pointed out that                                                                                   erning the removal of snow and variance was required to erect 1. Donald Uhlrich, to walva
   Herblock                             nated."                                because of successive budget de-                                                                           Ice from sidewalks here.           the building in what was then a sideline requirements for a pro-
   Movie Timetable ..-                      Originally, the board had feats there has been no Increase                                                                                      Borough. Attorney       Samuel residential zone. The area was posed dwelling at 66 Washington
   Obituaries             —             planned a referendum on the in the salary guide for three                                                                                         Carotenuto said the amendment rezoned last summer and is now Ave.
   Sylvia Porter                        transportation question but de- years.
                                                                                                                                                                                          empowers the borough to remove one of two RO business-profes- 2. Kenneth M. Gamble, Jr., to
   Television ....:                     cided against this. The transpor- The current pay scale, for BA
                                           id       i                                                                                                                                     snow and ice when residents fail sional zones in the township.       construct an addition to his homa
   Sports                         1H4 tation account totals $10,000.           degree, ranges from $1,500 to
                                                                                                                                                                                          to do so and to assess them for
   Stock Market „                                   $80,002 Higher             $6,500, It is the fourth lowest in                                                                                                                      Option on Land          at $1 Burlington Ave., Leonardo,
                                                                                                                         ANSON PECKHAM                       RICHARD SWENSON              the cost of the work.                 Post Office Department spokes- less than 40 feet from the street
   Successful Investing .—                  At $695,362, the proposed budg- the Bayshore ares, in starting
   Women's News           —             et is $80,002 higher than the cur- pay, and lowest in maximum SWITCH PLACES — Mr. Peckham, new president of the                                      Failure to comply with the or- men said the government has an line.
                                        rent year's.,                          pay.                                                                                                       dinance carries fines up to $200   option on the property, but ex-        (See VARIANCE, Page 3)
            ,      Sale
     Wild bird food, $8.20 @ 100, It calls for $497,716 to be raised "We did the best job on pre-
                                                                                                                    Board of Education of the Tinton Falls Schools, above, and 30 days In jail, Mr. Caro- peota to convey (he tract to a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             private owner after bids are re-             Hotel Rumson
  pigeon feed, $5.85 ® 100, tobacco by taxation' an increase of paring the budget the first go- left, served ai vice president last year. Mr. Swenson, tenuto said.
  «tems $5.50 case. Swartzels, by       $55,535.                               round that we knew how, and •leoted vie* president last night, was president for th* A public hearing is scheduled ceived and a contract awarded. Complete luncheons, dally ex-
. railroad, Holmdei Rd., Hazlet.            The current expense account is. saw no reason to change'it,"                                                                                  for Monday, March 4, at 8:30 The building will bo leased to cept Sundays. Smorgasbord every
                                        up. $76,825.                                Ostrander commented..
                                                                               Mr. Oi
                                                                                                                    past two years. Both ar« from Naw Shrewsbury.                         p.m.                               the government for a 10 or 15- Wednesday.           6O-2m.~Mv.
  -Adv.                      '      "
   t - I W a y , Feb. 19, 1563"                                            RED BANK REGISTER
                                                                                                                                     r           Honor Roll
                                                                                                             fa**) with, rain or M W devet- S t i l | - | A t i t K         Arf>
                                                                                                             M i n g , i s aouthera »ectlonj t h l f P » ' l * V l V 1 1 1 ' 0 JriAKj
                                                                                                                            and in nortberfi sec*
                                                                                                             hop* |ete in the day, high most-
                                                                                                                                  ly in the 40s.
                                                                                                                                  Cloudy w i t h HIGHLANDS — John J. Avril,
                                                                                                                                  r a i n tonight, guidance counselor at Henry
                                                                                                                                  low in the 30s. Hudson Regional High School,
                                                                                                                                  W e d n e s d a y has announced that the following
                                                                                                                                  clearing, high students have been placed on the
                                                                                                                                  near 40.          honor roll at the end of the
                                                                                                                                        Marine      third marking period:
                                                                                                                                    Block Island Seniors, Patricia Daust, Fran-
                                                                                                                                  to Ctpe M a y - ces Farina, Mary Rammers,
                                                                                                                                  Mostly souther- Claudia'Morgan, Judith Rich,
                                                                                                                                  ly winds 10 to Donna Schmedes, Beth Schenek,
                                                                                                                                  15 knot* this Beverly Sohenek, Tonya Semches-
                                                                                                             morning, winds becoming. east- sen, Marjorie Slverson, and Joan
                                                                                                             erly during afternoon and in- Steppe.
                                                                                                             creasing to 20 to 30 knots with Juniors, Marybeth Alien, Jane
                                                                                                             higher gusts. East to northeast Card, Hugh Curtis, Myra DePas-
                                                                                                             winds 25 to 40 knots tonight, cale, John Derby, Juliana Erli,
                                                                                                             shifting to northwest late tonight. Aurelio Geraldi, Barbara Kelly,
                                                                                                             Northwest winds 20 to 30 knots Charlotte Shugard, Kathy Didwa,
                                                                                                             Wednesday. Visibility 5 miles, Gary Taylor, Francis Viebrock,
                                                                                                             lowering to 1 mile or less in George West, and Jack Wlggin-
                                                                                                             precipitation later today and to- ton.
                                                                                                             night. Becoming cloudy today Sophomores, Janice Bertha,
                                                                                                             with rain or snow developing Joy Brown, Sandra Crist, Doreen'
                                                                                                             later today. Mostly rain tonight, DeVeau, Gretchen Ervin, Colleen
                                                                                                             clearing Wednesday. Tides will Finan, Virginia Haag, Susan La-
  IN LIVING COLOR —-These living models held a pre-tales pow-wow in the window                               run about 2 feet above normal Munyon, and Donald Spengeman.
                                                                                                             tonight.                                 Freshmen, Patrick Acampora,
  of the Village Prep Shop, 41 Broad St., Red Bank, Saturday, much to the amusement                                                                                                     HONORARY CHAIRMEN —, Thr#», Long Branch baplnri have been named honorary
                                                                                                                              TIDES                 Gary Ahlsen, John Duncan, Bar-
  ef (hoppers. Paul Mifchell, owner of the store, said the w/ncJow was designed by an                                      Sanity Hook              bara Dzurinko, Elaine Egldio,       co-ehairrrten of the mernberfhfp-finance campaign to ba conducted by the Long '
  employee, Donald Seaccia, to announce the Washington's Birthday Hatchet Sales                                 Today — High 4:03 p.m. and Dean Growcock, Linda Has-                    Branch area YMCA from March 19 through April 2. Above are, left to right, Samuel
                                                                                                              low 10:20 p.m.                        brouck, Suzanne Kelly, Richard
  which will be featured in Red Bank stores Friday and Saturday. The Community                                                                                                          C. Morris, president, Long Branch Trust Co; Jamot R. Barbour, president, New Jer-
                                                                                                                Tomorrow — High 4:38 a.m. Lyons, Brenda Marchetti, Lawr-
  Chamber of Commerce has announced that there will be free parking in all municipal                         and 5:05 p.m. and low II: 05 a.m. ence Murray, Catherine Phillips,         sey Trust Co., and Walton Sherman, chairman of the board, Cenfral Jarsey Bank and
  lots during the two-day sale, Pictured are, left to right, Carlton Thistle, Murphy                         and 11:13 p.m.                         Margaret Robertson, Ja m e s        Trust Co. The theme of the campaign will be "A Western Roundup," Col. Francis
                                                                                                                For Red Bank and Rumson Ryan, Richard Schmidt, Edward                   E. Bierstadt, publicity chairman, has announced.
  Caruso*, Marvin Bernstein and Mike Boyle. The extra pair of legs in /the center be                         bridge, add two hours; Sea Stoll, Kathleen Winters, and
  longs to John Howard.                                               i^~—~                                  Bright, deduct 10 minutes; Long Mary Wood.
                                                                                                             Branch, deduct 15 minutes; High- Eighth grade, Richard Bozza,
                                                                                                                                                                                        Model RR Tax
                                                                                                             lands bridge, add 40 minutes.
 Recreation UnitEyes
                                                                                                                                                    Martha Conover, Deborah Curry,
                                                                                                                                                    Sandra Geroge, Lesley Hendricks,
                                                                                                                                                    Albert Jastram, Kathleen Kelly,
                                                                                                                                                    Hatod Motley, Gene McGalllard,
                                                                                                                                                                                        Clubs Elects                                  (Continued)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          slightly, the budget total Is $16,
                                                                        with state law." Mrs. Petronii                                              and Mike Halvorsen.              HAZLET — A meeting of the 779 higher than last year's.

  Two Borough Tracts                                                    said the advisory committee, as
                                                                        she understood it, would co-
                                                                        operate with the Planning Boar
                                                                                                                 RIVERVIEW HOSPITAL
                                                                                                                                                                                  Monmouth County Society of Councilman Michael J. Rat
                                                                                                                                                      Seventh Grade, Lourine Ahlsen,
                                                                                                                                                                                  Model Railroading, organized ferry, chairman oi the finance
                                                                                                                                                    Lee Barrett, Ruth Curtis, Patric-
                                                                                                                                                    ia Dwlght, Deborah Ervin, Ju- last year, was held recently at committee, explained'to Mr. Cai
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  MRS. L. FERN SKIDMORE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  RED BANK - Mrs. L. Fern
     ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS - T h e mitted a report of its findings
                                                                        in its studies and would assist
                                                                                                                            Red Bank                dith Erving, Margaret Finan,   the home of Otto L. Ledig, 16 roll that borough ratables in- Skidmore, widow of William T.
                                                                        the board toward the preparation                                                                          Michigan Ave                            creased about 3 per cent in th Skidmore, died yesterday in Riv
  Recreation Commission is eyeing "as yet."                                                                     Mr. and Mrs. George Emsli Mary Ann Greco, Bonnie Greger-                                                  last year and that council make: erview Hospital after a long ill-
                                                                        of the master plan.                                                                                          New officers are Alfred Bran-
  two borough properties (or rec-       Mr. Snyder remarked that if                                          2 Crescent PI., Hazlet, son, yei son, Theresa Knott, Charles Lesh-                                           every elfort to keep budget in- ness;
  reational purposes — some two       the committee doesn't recom- Mrs. Petronlo also said that              terday.                                er, Susan Machanska, Harold    Casl, president; Carl E. Ellis, vice
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          creases within the limits of boi        Mrs. Skidmore resided most of
   acres of harbor land and the mend using it for a borough hall, the committee was "ready, will-               Mr. and Mrs. Victor DeLacurz, Merrltt, Regiha McTague, Thersa     president; Edward Hoth, treas-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          ough growth to prevent a taj her life in Little Silver and moved
   former Natural Gas Co. building "Maybe we can get it and turn ing and able to co-operate with             380 Maple PI., Keyport, ton, yes- Pennetti, Raymond Stover, and       urer-secretary, and John Barry,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          increase.                            recently to 12 Drummond Ave,
  mi First Ave.                       It into a recreation center. And all officials and planning agen-      terday.                                Mary Lou Winter.              construction superintendent, f
                                                                                                                                                                                  new member, Les Homer, wai                    Frederickson Explains          She was bora in Beaver Falls,
      Early this month, the recrea- if we do get it on a temporary cies." The' group also has re-               Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dawson
                                                                                                             21 Parker PI., Shrewsbury, Close More Areas                           welcomed in to the club.                 Asked by -Mr. Carrol] to ac- Pa., daughter of the late John
   tlon body put In its bid to the basis, and have to move out, quested that copies of all con-                                                                                                                                                                A. and Martha M. Kemp.
  Borough Council for some of the maybe council will find us anoth- tracts be made available to the          daughter, yesterday.                                                    Members are in process oi count for the increases, Council'
                                                                       advisory committee before ita                                                To Shellfiehing               building an H. O. Layout at the man Robert Frederickson ex- Mrs. Skidmore was a member
  abandoned Jersey Central Rail- er place."
                                                                                                                                                TRENTON (AP) - The state club quarters on Scenic Dr.', At- plained that (he sanitation ap of Embury Methodist Church, Lit-
  road land purchased by the bor- The commission directed a let first meeting.                                  MONMOUTH MEDICAL
                                                                                                                                              Health Department announced lantic Highlands. Anyone inter- propriation is up about {8,000 dut tle Silver, and the Little Silver
  ough to I860. The governing body ter to the local board of Educa- The Citizens' Committee ac-                       Long Branch
                                                                                                                                              today the closing of more shell- ested in joining the organization to a higher cost contract foi Woman's Club.
  | j In the process of determining tion requesting use of the grade tively opposes any downgrading Mr. and Mrs. George Holmes, fishing areas in New Jersey, ef-                                                          garbage removal, which was Surviving are a son, Norman
                                                                                                                                                                                  may contact Mr. Ellis.
  the exact boundaries of the prop- school auditorium for a band con of lot sizes until the master plan 273 Shrewsbury Ave., Red Bank, fective Feb. 25.
 erty.                                cert March 27, or an alternate is completed.                         daughter, yesterday.                                                      Other members are Arthur awarded after bids were solic E. Skidmore, and two grandsons,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Glenn K. and W. Keith Skid-
                                                                          The fanners' association in a Mr. and Mrs. Lammott cope- Dr. Roscoe P. Kandle, state Thavenius, Otto Ledig, Irving ited.
     The commission was advised to Wednesday in April.                                                                                                                                                                                                         more, all of Freehold.
 submit a proposal to council, out-     The fourth annual concert will release stated that it has "taken and, 29 Hance Rd., Fair Haven, commissioner of health, said the Nusbaum, Edward Luettchau Police salaries and wages in- Services will be Thursday at
                                                                       its stand on the zoning provision son, yesterday.                      closings are a result of sanitary Edward Lerner and James Dum creased from $63,185 to $71,79(1
 lining what it would like and how be conducted by the Bob Eberle                                                                             surveys and analyses of water browskl.                               ,     because of the borough's recently 10:30 a.m. in the Adams Memo-
                                                                       for building homes because taxe
 mucn land would be required. Memorial Band of Asbury Park                                                   Mr. and Mrs. Martin Chomsky,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          adopted full-time police protec- rial Home with Rev. Ralph L
                                                                       are threatening the farmer with 661 Ocean Ave., Long Branch, samples made in connection with
     A proposal drawn up by recre- American Legion Post.                                                                                     the Health Department's shellfish                                           tion program which was in force Barrett of the Embury Church
 ation board members James R. Mr. White reported that if the
                                                                       financial ruin."                   son, yesterday.
                                                                          T h e Farmer-Home Owners' Mr. and Mrs. George Chamlin, program.
                                                                                                                                                                                        Pru Promotes                     only "part of last year, he said. officiating. Burial will be m'Fair
 Snyder and Richard C. Gallag- commission cannot recruit more                                                                                   Kandle said the areas are be-                                               Mr. Carroll objected vehe- View Cemetery, Middletown.
 her — and unanimously approved volunteers to serve as hill guards
                                                                       proposal, which is being circu- 16 West Campbell Ave., Wesl
                                                                       lated throughout the township, Long Branch, daughter, yester ing "closed to protect the con-
                                                                                                                                                                                        J.C. Antliff                      mently to the use of the new
 by the commission—Includes a for Its sled riding program, the                                                                               sumers of shellfish."                   NEWARK - John C. Antliff, radio system which requires                            CHARLES N. BENZ
                                     borough will be forced to sand asks that the plot minimums be day.
  small lawn area, a pre-school                                                                                                                 "But it should be stressed," he of 16 Lippincott Rd., Little Silver, dispatcher to be on duty 24 hours WOODBRIDGE - Charles Ni
                                     Mount Ave. During snowfall, all reduced from half an acre to PATTERSON ARMY HOSPITA:
 play area, and a games area.                                                                                                                added, "that the amount of wa- has been promoted to assistant               per day. He said the old system, Benz, 55 Coakley St., died Sun-
                                     cross streets on Mount Ave. will 11,000 square feet with minimum                Fort Monmouth
     The lawn area would provide                                                                                                                                                                                                                              day in Rahway Memorial Hospi-
                                     be barricaded by the street de- average frontage of 100 feet and Sgt. and Mrs. Jack McCurdy, ter area being closed does not actuary In the Prudential Insur- entailing the relay of calls
 benches and horseshoe pits. The partment.                                                                                                   add significantly to the already ance Co.'s group insurance de- through the county police radio t*I. He was 73.
                                                                       a density of 2.7 houses per gros 44 Mitchell Dr., Fort Monmoutl
 pre-school play section would In                                                                                                            closed areas in the state."          partment.                          ' fas "not one bit slower."                 Mr. Benz retired 10 year*' ago
 elude swings, see-saws, sliding          The Recreation Commission acre. They point tut that thi son, Friday.                                                                                                                    Police Dispatcher           from his employment as a watch-
                                                                                                                                                Among new closings are               Mr. Antliff, a native of Canada,
                                     has assumed responsibility for would encourage builders to de- SP5 and Mrs. Thomas 1
 boards, monkey bars, and climb-
                                                                       velop large tracts.
                                                                                                                                             small area in the vicinity of joined Prudential's               Canadian Mr. Frederickson said thai man for,.tbe Hess Oil Company.
 ing obstacles. The games area providing guards at the top and                                             Lynch, 36 Central Ave., High, Oceanic bridge, Rumson, in the head office in Toronto in 1951.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         previously it had taken, upon oc- He was a charter member of the
                                     bottom of the hill.                  "The second point of the pro- lands, daughter, Friday.                                                                                                                              Iselm Chemical and Ladder Fire
would feature shuffleboard, vol-                                                                                                             Navesink River. An area there
                                                                       posal is that size of houses be SP5 and Mrs. Gerald L. Schu- now closed has been extended Three years later he was trans- casion, as long as 20 minutes to Company and chief of the com-
 ley ball, basketball, handball, and                                                                                                                                              ferred to Newark. He was pro- reach the county radio station by
                                                                       increased from 960 square feet ti bring, 74 Tinfon Ave., Eatontown, slightly eastward.
 tennis courts, a tetherball area,                                                                                                                                                moted to assistant acturial direc- telephone and Councilman Augusl pany for several years.
and a baseball diamond,             Services Held                       1,200 square feet of living area son, Saturday.
                                                                       for a one-story house, 1,400 Second Lt. and Mrs. Richan
                                                                                                                                                                                 tor in 1956 and to associate ac- E. Roemer, chairman of the po Surviving are a son, Charles
         '•    In Stages
     Mr. Snyder indicated that the  For Rev. Moss                      square feet for a split-level F. Sette, 314 Kirby St., Loni                     Store Sued                 tuarial director in I960.              lice committee, added that the N. Benz, Jr., of Wesffleld; three
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         new radio equipment enabled po- daughters. Mrs. Hamilton Billings
                                                                       dwelling, and 1,600 square feel Branch, daughter, Sunday.                FREEHOLD — A supermarket He is a graduate of McGill Uni- lice to talk to fire trucks an of Iselin, Mrs. Michael Romano
 harbor recreation area could be NEW SHREWSBURY - Serv-                                                                                                                          versity and a Fellow of the So-
                                                                       for a two-story house.                 SP4 and Mrs. Arthur G. May, and one of its employees were
 developed in stages over a three ices were held here this morning                                                                                                                                                       ambulances on the road, a bene- of Long Branch and Mrs., John
                                                                          "This provision, leaders of th Jr., 10 Crawford S{., Shrewsburj named defendants yesterday in ciety of Actuaries.                              fit never before realized here. Watersonof Clark; three sisters,
 to five-year period. The plan for Rev. Nestus Henry Moss,
                                                                           . . association state, would Township, son, Sunday.               a Superior Court suit because He is a deacon of the Red                                                          Mrs. William Snyder of Keans-
 "Gives due consideration to the who died Friday in the home of                                                                              the employee allegedly ripped a Bank Presbyterian Church and a Mr. Seaman undertook to ex- burg, Mrs. George Wilson of
                                                                        make new homes 'pay their way'
 proposed access road to the har- his daughter, Mrs. Celeste Block-                                                                          bunch of grapes out of the hands member of the Driftwood Beach plain the capital outlay account. Ocean Grove and Mrs. Wilson
                                                                       by contributing enough taxes t  <
 bor," he noted.                     er of Berman Ave., Egg Harbor. provide the additional schools,                                                                              Club.                                   He said that fund, which in-
     The Harbor Commission has re- Rev. Moss retired in 1953 after
 quested tome of the land to build 1 years in the ministry. He had
                                                                       sewers and water that would be
                                                                                                             Mrs. Smith                      of a child.
                                                                                                                                                The suit in behalf of the girl,
                                                                                                                                             Cynthia Scardis, 5, of 25 Edge-            Boro Increases
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         creased from $7,500 to $22,000, Haynes of Hazlet; 12 grandchil-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         cannot be spent without the pass dren, and two great-grandchil-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         age of ordinances authorizing dren, .
 a turn-around at the municipal served in A.M.E. parishes in
yacht harbor.                        West Bridgewater, Pa., Lisbon,                                          Is Appointed                    water Dr., Matawah, and her fa-
                                                                                                                                             ther, Edward, charges assault              Voting Districts                 the improvements.                       Services will be tomorrow at
     The recreation unit will submit Ohio, New Castle, Pa., Egg Har-
Its proposal to the governing body bor, Mizpah, Lakewood, and this
                                                                         Cuba                                Depul Clerk
                                                                                                                                             and battery against the Shop- LITTLE SILVER — Borough Mr. Carroll commented thai Home, Woodbridge. Burial will
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              2 p.m.. in the Greiner Funeral
                                                                                                                                             Rite of Monmouth, Rt. 35, Mid- Council last night approved a he fund could not yet be spent, be in Clover Leaf Park Ceme-
Tuesday.                             place.                                         (Continued)                                              dletown, and the employee, Louis plan to redistrict this borough in but it could be collected from *ery, here.
    As to the Natural Gas Co. He was instrumental in the or plans to start an investigation thi;             MATAWAN TOWNSHIP — The Gellen. The suit was brought
                                                                                                                                                                                 accordance with a request of the the taxpayer.
building, the commission would janization of a parish at Mizpah week to learn "ail the facts"             position of deputy municipal by attorney William H. Bunts,                                                       Also under discussion was an
                                                                                                                                                                                 county Board of Elections.                                                        MRS. M. KARAMOtZAS
like to turn it into a borough rec- and led the builders of St. John Soviet military strength in Cuba clerk, and who should fill it, Jr.
                                                                                                                                                                                    The number of voting districts increase in Municipal Court RED BANK - Mrs. Margaret
reation center, it was revealed A.M.E. Zlon Church there. He McNamara Is scheduled to give came in for a heated study lasi According to the complaint,                                                                  salaries and wages which ac-
                                                                                                                                                                                 has been increased from four to                                              Karamouzas, 87, of 47 Harrison
last night.                          served both St. Thomas and the Senate Armed Services Com- night by the Township Commit Che incident occurred Jan. ?. five. Only district 2 emerged count has been hiked from $2,590 Ave. died Sunday in Riverview
    Chairman Daniel J. White, Sr., Reeveytown Churches here.           mittee today a new report on tee.                                     Mr. Scardis contends his daugh- without charges. ,The boundaries o $3,280.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Hospital. She was the widow of
wag directed to investigate the Surviving, besides his daughter, American vs. Soviet military The action was triggered by ter accompanied him into the of the revised districts will be                                            Asks More Help
possibility of using the building are 14 grandchildren and 38 power.                                      the resignation for "personal rea- store and. was eating grapes                                                                                     Nicholas Karamouzas.
                                                                                                                                                                                 outlined in an advertisement to Mr. Rafferty said the magis- Bom in Ireland, Mrs. Karamou-
as a recreation center on a tem- real-grandchildren.                      Secretary of Navy Fred Kortli sons" of Deputy Clerk Mrs. Rutli which he had purchased when appear In The Register this rate's salary has been set at zas lived here many years. She
porary basis.                           Services were in St. Thomas and the chief of naval operations, M. Hill.                              the bunch was pulled out of her week.                                      $2,470 as the result of a survey was a member of Nativity Catho-
           Name Committee            Church with Rev. W. W. Atchl- Adm. George W. Anderson, told Committeeman Henry E. Trap hands, causing emotional upset                                                              in five local towns approximate- lic Church, Fair Haven.
    The governing body appointed son, presiding elder of the Cam-          congressional hearing that il hagen recommended that a new and injuries to her hands.                 Girl Scouts to Hold                     ly the same raze as Little Silver. Surviving are a1 sister, Mrs.
t citizens committee to study the den District, officiating and Rev. American naval power is allowed      deputy be appointed, with th<                                                                                 The average magistrate's salary Mae Tallman of Red Bank, and
                                                                                                                                                                                 Art Show Saturday
building and come up with ideas E. W. Butterworth of this place to wane, the Soviet Union will be         classification of clerk-typist, un
for its use. Borough officials pre- and Rev. Guilford K. Davis of quick to step into the vacuum. til Civil Service selected a persor
                                                                                                                                                 Sewer Study                        HAZLET — Girl Scouts of Dis- in tie area, he said, is $2,573 several relatives in Ireland
                                                                                                                                                                                 trict 2, which encompasses Haz- Last year the magistrate was The William S. Anderson Fu-
viously have indicated that it will Perth Amboy assisting. Burial, Cuba and Latin America wen             for the Job, from those taking
be turned into municipal offices. under the direction of the Henry expected to be the major topic competitive examination.
                                                                                                                                                 Loan for Ocean                  let, Holmdel, Matawan and the paid $1,850 here.                              neral Home is in charge of ar-
                                                                                                             Committeeman N o r m a n 1         WASHINGTON (AP) — The Bayshore area, will hold its art After commenting oh Board of rangements.
    Councilman John A. Joslin told       James Funeral Home, Perth when CIA chief McCone briefs a                                                                                                                       Health salaries, which remained
                                                                                                                                             Community Facilities Adminis- show at the Raritan Township
the recreation body last night that Amboy, was in Lincoln Memorial House Foreign Affairs subcommit- Wood agreed that the position be                                                                                    constant at $2,500, Mr. Carroll HOWARD EDDINGTON MORRIS
the citizens group hasn't sub- Cemetery, Mays Landing.                                                   filled following such an examina- tration announced today the ap- High School Cafeteria Saturday
                                                                       tee at a closed session today.                                                                                                                   changed his line of questioning FAIR HAVEN - Howard Ed.
                                                                                                         tion, but objected to an interim proval of a loan to plan sewage from I to 5 p.m.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        and said council has not hired dington Morris, 73, of 492 River
                                                                                                         appointment- He argued that the facilities in Ocean Township, Judging the art will be Victor
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        enough help In the borough of- Rd., died last night in Riverview
                                                                                                         person, if appointed now, wouli Monmouth County. The loans are Olup of the Art Fair Galleries,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        fices. He called for savings in Hospital, Red Bank, after a long
                                                                                                         remain in the position for th $51,300, to plan sewer lines and Rt. 35; Samuel Wilson, Union
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        other budget items to allow t illness.
                                                                                                         whole year regardless of th. pumping stations to cost an esti- Beach, and Mrs. Warren Haw-
                                                                                                                                             mated $1,362,400, and (49,500, to thorne, Hazlet.                          hiring of additional personnel.         Mr. Morris and his wire, Mrs.
                                                                                                         Civil Service decision.
                                                                                                             Mayor John. Marz, Jr., said plan construction of a sewer All entries will be shown at the The only other comment made Eleanor V. Davis Morris, had
                                                                                                           'We have to act now in            plant to cost an estimated $1,347,- Monmouth Shopping Center dur- during the hearing was from celebrated their 45th wedding an-
                                                                                                         emergency." He contended thi 300. Construction on the project ing Girl Scout Week, beginning Robert R. Meijer, 222 • Queens niversary last year.
                                                                                                          township clerk needed a ful is expected to begin July 1.               March 12.                              Drive South, who asked what Born in New York City, son
                                                                                                         time assistant immediately.                                                                                    council plans in connection with of the late William and Lydia
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        the state's Tercentenary celebra- Morris, Mr. Morris had lived here
                                                                                                             In a 4-1 vote, with Mr. Wooc EVER HAPPEN t O YOU?                                        By Blake
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        tion next year.                       for 60 years. He had been em-
                                                                                                         dissenting, the committee ap
                                                                                                         proved the appointment of Mrs.                                                                                    Mayor Charles W. Stephens ployed as a salesman with the
                                                                                                         Dorothy. J. Smith as Deputy                                                                                    suggested that both he and Mr. Regal Textile Corp., New York
                                                                                                         Clerk.                                      CERTAINLY I KMOW WHEfcE.                                          Meijer speak to Mrs. Bertha C. City, for 30 years before retir-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Grudln, the borough's tercente- ing 10 years ago.
                                                                                                            Mrs. Smith, Van Brackle Rd.,            WE ARE — ejCATTLY THIS
                                                                                                         is a new member of the Region'                                                                                nary chairman.                           Mr. Morris was an Army vet-
                                                                                                         il Board of Eduction.                                                  OH A LITTLE                                Several students from Red eran of World War I, serving
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Bank High. School attended the overseas; a 32nd degree Mason
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               nd a member of the Red Bank
                                                                                                            Bicycle Rider                                                                                                                                     Masons, the North Shore Shrine
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Board Investigating                    ^ l b of Asbury Park, and the
                                                                                                            Is Injured                                                                                                                                       Red Bank Elks. He was a for-
                                                                                                            FAIR HAVEN —. Roderick                                                                                     High Rent Report                       mer member of the Fair Haven
                                                                                                         Mackinnon, 9, of 26 Hendrickson                                                                                   FREEHOLD — Councilman Fire Department.
                                                                                                               was treated for bruises and                                                                             Gertrude F. Lee reported to Bor- Surviving besides his wife Is a
                                                                                                          -eleased at Riverview Hospital,                                                                             'ough Council last night that the [laughter, Miss Margaret Virgin-
                                                                                                          Red Bank, yesterday after the                                                                                Local Assistance Board is inves . Morris of West Long Branch,
                                                                                                          )icycle he was riding was struck                                                                             tigating a report that an exces- Funeral arrangements are un.
                                                                                                         by a car at the intersection of                                                                              sive rent is being charged one of er the direction of the Worden
                                                                                                         Hendrickson PI. and Fair Ha-                                                                                 Us welfare applicants.                 Funeral Home, Red Bank.
                                                                                                         ven Rd.                                                                                                      *pMrs. Lee reported that the
                                                                                                            Police Chief Carl J. Jakubecy                                                                             board, of which she Is a member,            very brief meeting, council
                                                                                                          aid the boy was "unavoidably                                                                                has an application for welfare authorized the clerk to write to
                                                                                                          lit" by a car driven by Dorothy                                                                             funds from a resident who claims ;he Pennsylvania Railroad to ask
 Y O U N G 5CISNTI5T5 _ Busy with experiments here are members of Science Club Jndsley of 77 Hance Rd., accord,-                                                                                                      he needs assistance! in paying repair of holes In the road at Its
                                                                                                           ig to information furnished by                                                                             his rent. Mrs. Lee said the ap- grade crossings.
 at Raritan Township's Middle Road Elementary School. At left, Lawrence Butlor, 13, i eye-witness to the accident,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      plicant contends his rent is $150 Councilman Anthony B. Smith
 and Louis Spagna, 14, put finishing touches to crystal set while Joseph Cama, 13, re Rouse, 17, of 141 Rumson                                                                                                        a month for 'other than desirable said there were several holes at
 works on copper plating experiment. Watching is instructor Anthony Mazza. Students :d., Runlson.                                                                                                                     quarters.                              the crossing, especially on Hud-
                                                                                                            Capt. William R. Robbins and                                                                                ' The councilman said the board son St., and requested he letter,
Ara> chosen for *h« club on basis of interest and scholastic standing. Club meets igt. George E. Chandler invest!-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      will look into the case [further, The meeting waj adjourned. «n-
after school heun each Monday.                                                                           •aterl.                                                                                                          In other business, In what was til next Monday.              \    ..••'

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      RED BANK REGISTER                   Tuesday, Feb. 19,
                                                                                       Set Hearing
            Investor 'Going Nuts'
                                                                                       On Garbage                                                                                                                                 Former Presidents
           But Losses May Recover                                                       .MATAWAN TOWNSHIP—Area
                                                                                       garbage contractors will h»
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Honored by Board
                   By ROGER E. SPEAR                                                   brought before the Township                                                                                                                  WEST LONG BRANCH-Seven             Barbour, Fred S. Matthes, F .
    Q-'Tm going nuts Stinking of solid Phillips Petroleum lias a                       Committee to explain the quali'v                                                                                                           former presidents and 13 former      Hoylt Gilman, Harry. Garreau,
  what I've done. Fir?t, I bought substantial interest. The price is                   of their service and to discuss                                                                                                            members of the Board of Educa-       John J. De Bruin, Jr.; J. Russell
  Pacific Petroleum at $28 « share down here largely because the                       certain complaints filed by local                                                                                                          tion here were honored at the        Woolley, Jr., Willard Conover,
  -113,0M worth-and it has gone market has lost interest for the                       residents.                                                                                                                                 board's reorganization meeting       Samuel     Schulman,     Raymond
  way down. Last year, I borrowed present in this type of stock. I                        The meeting is set for 7 p.m .                                                                                                          last night.                          Yackel, Dr. Maney Horn, Vincent
                        $5,000 on my would hold Pacific Pete.                          March 4, in Township Hatl.                                                                                                                    Roy     Iskowe, newly-elected     Kublin and Howard A. Bradley.
                        P a c i f i c Pete Reserve Oil has crude interests                Committeeman N o r m a n E.                                                                                                             president, presented plaques to        Dr. Horn, Mr. Kublin and Mr.
                        and used it to in California. In my opinion, this              Wood said there were a number                                                                                                              the following former presidents:     Bradley are members of the
                        b u y Reserve is a good candidate for a sellout                of    "irregularities"   that he                                                                                                           Dr. Owen Woolley, Charles G.         Board. . •                •
                        OU & Gas at —any such action would proba-                      wanted to question the con-                                                                                                                Brovver, David C. Svenson, Peter       Mr. Iskowe, vice president last
                        $17 a share. bly improve your situation, My                    tractors about. Service was one                                                                                                            Cooper, Dominick Nannini and E.      year, was named president in line
                        It's gone down advice is to stay with it.                      of them, he - explained.                                                                                                                   Srank West. Mayor Fred W.            with the board policy of rotating
                        to about $10 a Q—"Many people don't know                          Committeeman Henry E, Trap-                                                                                                             ScKantz, also a former Board of      officers each year. Russell Oliva-
                        share. Please the true function of the specialist              hagen said he also wanted to                                                                                                               Education head, was not able to      dotti was elected vice president,
                        tell me if I on the floor on the N. Y. Stock                   learn why the township was pay                                                                                                             attend the ceremony.                   The board named Miss Frances
                        should h o l d Exchange. In my opinion, he has                 ing $2.45 a month to the con-                                                                                                                 Mr. West, who was president       Townsend custodian of funds;
                        these stocks or the unjustified power to manipu-               tractors to pick up garbage when                                                                                                           last year, and Mr. Nannini are       A. M. Hart and Co\, Orange, audi-
  RS(crE.Spew t a k e a big late the price of, the stock he                            service, in some reported in-                                                                                                              currently board members. Mr.         tor; Roberts, Plllsbury and Car-
  lOM." P. C.                             handles at his post and determine            stances, was not started until late                                                                                                        Cooper is serving on the Shore       ton, attorney; New Jersey Trust
                                                                                       in the month.          '                                                                                                                   Regional High School Board of        Co., Long Branch, depository of
     A-I-''don't think there's any the price that the public has to                                                                                                                                                                                                    student activitieKfurids; and Cen-
  need of your going nuts. Given pay. Publish this and many in-                           This occurred in the case                                                                                                               education.
                                                                                       where new residents, especially                                                                                                               Mr. West presented certificates   tral Jersey Bank and Trust Co.,
  patience, both these slocks may vestors aod not gamblers will                                                                                                                                                                                                        depository of board funds. All
  very mil make a good recovery. appreciate it." J. H.                                 those moving into Strathmore,                                                                                                              to the following former members;
                                                                                       did not occupy their houses un-                                                                                                            J. Russell W6olley, Sr., Louis J.    are reappointments.
     Pacific Pete Is a good Cana- A—I've printed it, but -if you
  dian land play situation in whdch will allow me to say so, that                      til the last days of a month.       REWARD FOR SERVICE — Joseph Purterman of Long Branch, left, president of                                                                      The board will continue to meet
                                          doesn't mean that I agree with it.           And yet, according to Mr. Trap-     United Cerebral Palsy, Monmouth arid Ocean Counties, presents citation award to                                                             the third Tuesday of every
                                             The role of a specialist on the
                                                                                       hagen, the township was being
                                                                                       billed for the full month's con-    Lawrence White of River Plaza, president of the Greater Red Bank Junior Chamber                        Lincroft Student                     month.

 Steels Again                             Big Board is to maintain at all
                                          times an orderly market in the
                                                                                       tract amount.                       of Commerce for assistance to the Cerebral Palsy Treatment Center in Long Branch.                      On Dean's List
 Help Street
                                          stocks he handles. Since pur-                                                    Looking on are George Mayer of River Plaza, second from left, vice president of the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Says Children
                                          chases and sales are by public
                                          auction, most of the time he                 To Practice                         Jaycees, and Kierh Klarin of Riverside Heights, Jaycee member who also is on the

 To a Gain                                simply matches orders that come                                                  board of directors of the United Cerebral Palsy. The presentation was made at a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Today Have
                                          to him from brokers on the floor.
                                                                                       In Rumson                           recent meeting of Red Bank Jaycees in Molly Pitcher Inn, Red Bank.
     NEW YORK (AP) - Steels
                                          On occasions when there is a
                                          wide spread between. bid and                                                                                                                                                                                                 Nothing to Do
  once again carried the ball for
  Industrials, with the result that
  the stock market carved out
                                          ask prices, he buys or sells stock
                                          for his own account to prevent
                                                                                                                         Objectionable                PTA Raps                                    Oak Hill                                                                   ATLANTIC CITY, N J . ( A P ) -
                                          violent flucuations.                                                                                                                                        Mr, and Mrs. Frank Connelly,                                        Millions of American children are
  another gain yesterday.
     Late profit taking, however, The specialist operates under
                                          close exchange regulation, and I
                                                                                                                         Industry Ban                 Regional Fee                                 Fish Hawk Dr., returned last
                                                                                                                                                                                                   week after a two-week vacation
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          growing up in frustration, their ,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          energies blunted by a society
  dimmed the advance.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     which has nothing for them to do,
     The steels went ahead from
  the start under the impetus of
                                          believe his function is important
                                          and very rarely abused.                                                        Is Introduced                Schedule                                     in Nassau and the Grand Baha-
                                                                                                                                                                                                   mas.    While there, they • were                                       an educator warned yesterday.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Prof. Willard E. Goslin of Nash-
  reports that steel orders are run-                                                                                       MATAWAN TOWNSHIP - The MATAWAN - The Regional golfers at the Jack Tar Country
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          ville's George Peabody College
                                                                                                                        manufacturing and processing of Board of Education will consider Club.
   ning 10 to 20 per cent ahead of
  the pace a month ago. Hews that      Witnesses                                                                        coal, coal tar and asphalt prod- revising its recently-odopted fee
                                                                                                                        ucts — along with a number of schedule for use of rooms in he Dr. and Mrs. Donald Smith,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          said: "We are possibly the first
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          people in history with little or no
  weekly steel production'had ad-                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         economic use for our children, un-
  vanced also helped sentiment
  •bout the steels.
                                       To Sing                                                                          other industrial activities — may new high school, as a result of a Wren Ct., and Dr. and Mrs. Dan-
                                                                                                                        be prohibited if the Township protest last night by the Gram- iel Collinson, Red Bank,'are leav-
                                                                                                                        Committee approves an ordi- mar School .Parent-Teacher As- ing this week on a Carribean
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          less one considers their extensive
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          exploitation in advertising."
     Gains by selected blue chips
   elsewhere in the list helped boost  At Convention
   the popular averages, but not ASBURY P A R K ° - Raymond
                                                                                                                        nance introduced last night.         sociation.
                                                                                                                            A public hearing is the • next In a letter to tte board, the
                                                                                                                                                                                                   cruise.                                                                   Goslin told the American Asso-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          ciation of School Administrators:
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          "Our technological advances have
' much because losers were scat- Bosworth of 50 Monmouth St.,                                                           action scheduled for the ordi- PTA said it felt a $25 fee for use Barbara Bushey, daughter of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          rendered them (children) unneed-
  tered liberally throughout the list. Red Bank, will conduct the group                                                 nance limiting and restricting of the school auditorium is un Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bushey
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Gull Rd., celebrated her eighth                                        ed, if not useless. We have made
                                                                                                                        certain manufacturing and in- fair.                                                                                    Omar French Ball
     Following last week's advance, singing at the semi-annual circuit                                                                                                                                                                                                    matters worse by moving to town
                                                                                                                        dustrial practices in the township. Board members Vmcent H. Du birthday Feb. 9 at a luncheon in
   there was nothing much aside convention of Jehovah's Witness-                                                                                                                                                                                                          —nearlv 90 per cent of us—where
                                                                                                                            Hearing is set for 8 p.m. March Beau        and Harold J. Dolan her home for 10 of her class- JEFFERSON CITY, Tenn. -
   from the steel news to encourage es which will be held in the Para-                                                                                                                                                                                                    we have automated our kitchens
                                                                                                                        4 in Township Hall.                  agreed. Mr. DuBeau said the mates.                                        Omar French Ball, son of Mr.
  bullish sentiment. The Commerce mount Theater here March 1-3.                                                                                                                                                                                                           and heating systems and put
                                                                                                                            The following are prohibited PTAs should be treated the same                                               and Mrs. Omar French Ball, Sr.,
  Department reported that person- Twenty families from the Red                                                                                                                                                                                                           motors on our lawnmowers."
                                                                                         Dr. J . Putnam Brodsky         under the ordinance:                 as t h e ' school's athletic depart- Susan Groshardt, daughter of of 27 Harvey Ave., Lincroft, N. J.,
  al incomes would have turned Bank congregation, including 50 s
                                                                                                                            Manufacturing and processing ment.                                     Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Groshardt has been named to the dean's In his prepared speech, Goslin
  down in January except for a children, will attend, Mr. Bos- RUMSON — Dr. J. P u t n a m
                                                                                                                        of coal, coal tar and asphalt Mr. Dolan moved that the $25 Kingfisher Dr., celebrated her list at Carson-Newman College, noted that for 300 years an Ameri-
  big, one-time payment of G.I. worth said.
                                                                                    Brodsky has opened an office for products.                               be refunded, but the motion was fifth birthday Feb. 9. Present at here, where he is a sophomore. can youth carried in the wood at
  Insurance dividends. President The convention theme will be
                                                                                    the practice of internal medicine Extraction, preparation and not acted on, pending further the party were Pamela and Matt To receive such an honor a stu- age 6, learned to plow, at 12,, and
  Kennedy's tax p r o g r a m was "Right Kind of Ministers." The
   headed for six weeks of hearings keynote speaker will be Joseph
                                                                                    at 56 West River Rd.                processing of dust-producing min- discussion of the issue at a later Marvin, Suzy Sloat, Karen Zaret- dent must achieve an average of became a full-fledged 'farm hand
                                                                                                                                                             date.                                                                                                         at 16.
  by nongovernment witnesses and Saia, district supervisory minis- Thus for the first time since eral products.                                                                                     sky, Michael Karlson, Jeffrey 2.5 on a 3-point system.
   it looked like a long haul before ter for the Watchtower Bible and the death of Dr. Stephen Casa- Smelting and reduction of me-                                     Receive 700 Desks           Beckingham, her sister Lisa and Mr. BalJ is a ministerial stu- "Now, about the only thing we
  any tax reductions would be en- Tract Society, who'will talk on grande, in 1961, there is a physi- tallic ores.                                               In other business, it was an- her brothers Bobby and Johnny dent and is active in the college have for him to do is to go to
   acted.                                                                           cian practicing medicine within Manufacture or storage of any nounced that the Bridgewater-                                                        choir. He is a graduate of Mid- school a few hours a day for about
                                          "Who Will Win the Struggle for the confines of this borough. material hazardous to life or Raritan school district has do- Adrienne Floersheimer, daugh dletown Township High School. half the days of the year, with
     The Dow Jones industrial aver- World Supremacy?"                               Many doctors live here, but prac- health.                                nated 700 used student desks to ter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Floer-                                             time off for football and teachers'
   age, which was up S.32 at 2 p.m.                                                 tice in other boroughs. Dr. Brod- Emitting of toxic or corrosive the local district.                           sheimer, Bamm Hollow Rd.; was                                           meetings," he said.
  closed with a net gain of 2.89 at
  (88.96.                                Egg Market                                 sky will have his offices In those gase3 or objectionable effluent, The board authorized $3,000 to hostess at a party celebrating
                                                                                    formerly used by Dr. Casa- or the exhausting of dust into the be spent on refinishing and re- her fifth birthday Feb. 15. At-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Paterson Man                                Goslin called for a nationwide
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           attack on the problem. He sug-
     The Associated Press average                                                                                       air.                                                                                                                                              gested:
   of 60 stocks rose .2 to 259.9 with NEW YORK (API—(USDA) -
   Industrials u p 1.1, rails off .7,
                                          Wholesale egg offerings light and Dr. Brodsky graduated from
                                                                                                                                                             pairing the desks. Board secre- tending were Cindy and Glen
                                                                                                                            Any operation that would pro- tary Edward J. Cullion said car- Davies, Diana and Paul Seuffert
                                                                                                                        duce objectionable smoke, heat, penters interested in the work John and Eric Kamma and Bobby
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Pleads Guilty                              1. Schools should be opened 12
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          to 14 hours a day throughout the
                                          about adequate on large; short on Princeton University and re-
  and utilities unchanged. .
     Of 1,319 issues traded, gainers
                                          smaller sizes. Demand improved ceived his medical degree in
                                          on large and active oh balance 1956 from the Columbia College
                                                                                                                        glare, vibration, or noise beyond may apply at his office.
                                                                                                                        the property line of the opera- The secretary estimated that
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  To Tipsy Driving                        year with far-reaching adaptations
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          of programs.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             2. Parents should try to find
  outnumbered losers by the nar-                                                    of Physicians and Surgeons. After tion.                                  the gift of desks is worth $15,000. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hommel              NEW SHREWSBURY - Henry
  row margin of 521 to 514. New
                                              Whites: extras (47 lbs. min.)         internship and two years' resi-                                              New teachers hired were:          Pelican Rd., recently attended a Buey of Paterson entered a plea work opportunities for their chil-
  Ughs for 196V63 totaled 41 and                                                                                                                                 Miss Marie Panos, this place, performance of the Broadway of guilty to a charge of drunk dren instead of shielding them
                                          40&-42; extras medium (40 lbs. dency at Ballevue Hospital, New Fort Receives A
  new lows six.                                                                     York City, he took a third year                                          $4,600, to teach          Strathmore show "No Strings" preceded by driving and received the mini- from it.
     Volume was 4.7 million shares average) 38-39; top quality (47 lbs. of residency at the Grace-New                                                        School second grade; Mrs. Celia dinner at Longchamps.                     mum penalty from Magistrate 3. Business and labor should
  compared with 4.41 million Fri- min.) 41H-44& mediums (41 lbs.Haven Community Hospital, Yale Digital Computer                                              Knoblauch. Neptune, $5,000,                                               Marvin E. Schaefer yesterday. accept their share of the respon-..
  day.                                    average) 38-40; smalls (36 lbs.                                                                                                                                                                                                 sibility for furnishing work oppor-
                                          average) 35-36; peewees 27-28.            Medical Center, New Haven, FORT MONMOUTH - Auto- Strathmore third grade; Miss Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Peck- Buey was fined $205 and lost
     A string of solid gains was                                                    Conn.                               matic Data Processing System Gail J. King, Spring Lake, $4,600, worth, Stork Ct., were hosts a his license for two years. He tunities for youth.
   tnade by the steels. U. S. Steel Browns: extras (47 lbs. min.) Dr. Brodsky then spent two (ADPS) training gained a new Strathmore first grade; Mrs. cocktails prior to the Oak Hil was apprehended Feb. 3 on the
   rose 1H> Jones & Laughlin % 4054-411,4; top quality (471bs. min) years in the Army, being sta- dimension in the U. S. Army Helen V. Harbour, Holmdel, $4,- Valentine Dance Saturday night, Garden State Parkway by state
   Armco 1, Youngstown Sheet              42-44; mediums (41 tbs. average)
  Lukens, 1%, Bethlehem and Re- 38-40; smalls (36 lbs. average) pital, Puerto Rico.
                                          35-36; peewees 27-28.
                                                                                    tioned at Rodriguez Army Hos- Signal Center and School last 600, Strathmore first grade; Mrs. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. police who administered a drunk-
                                                                                                                        week when Brig. Gen. John C Margaret T. Erdmann, this place, Victor Diefenderfer, Mr.                          ometer test.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Traffic Control
   public % each.                                                                      He'grew up in Sit m m i t and Moiiahan, commanding general, $4,600, Matawan                   G r a m m a r Mrs. Edgar Robinson, Mr. and
     Chrysler was the only leading                                                  spent summers in the shore araa and Dr. S. Dean Wanlass, vice
                                                                                                                                                              School first grade; Mrs. Cather- Mrs. James A. Atkinson, Mr. and
   auto stock to post a gain, rising higher. U. S. government bonds when he was a boy. His parents, president and general manager ine B. Sigmund, this place, $5,- Mrs. Albert Steitz and Mr. and beron Ave., Allenhurst, and Louis
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Also ticketed on tha parkway
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       were James V. Jordan, 19 El-    Study Promised
   IK to 92 % cutting its best gain were mostly unchanged.                          Mr. and Mrs. John C. Brodsky, of Philco Corp. Computer Divi-
                                                                                                                                                              600, Matawan Grammar second Mrs. Richard Brownly, all of Oak
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       J. Bloom of Margate.                  LITTLE SILVER - Council-
   •brat in half.                            Yesterday's closing s t o c k s P                                                                                grade, and Mrs. Marion F . Burk-                                                                            men August E. Roemer, in
                                          ACP Ind                  Tel & Tel « K     have been residents of Rumson a sion announced the installation of hardt, Ocean Grove, $5,800, Hill.                                                 Jordan was fined $25 for speed-
     Burroughs was the most active Adams Ex                                                                              a BASICPAC Digital Computer.                                                                                                                     charge of police affairs, and
                                                              I-T-E CM Brit :        number of years.                                                         Strathmore sixth grade.                                                   ing at a rate of 80 miles per
   •took, rising 1% to 32% on 95,900 Air Kecluo
                                                              Johns Man <              Mr. Brodsky is married,to the BASICPAC is the medium-size                                                      Following the Valentine Dance, hour and had his license lifted Charles A. Forfar, in charge of
                                                                                                                                                                       Reinsure Buildings
  (bares and closing considerably Alleg Cp                     Jonei ~& 1* 64 «i
                                                                                     former Margaret Morse of Sum- member of the Army's FIELDA                                                     a group gathered at the Eugene for 30 days. Judge Schaefer also buildings and grounds, announced
   below its top price. Continued Alleg Lud      Pw
                                                               Joy Mfg -
                                                              Kaiser Al       22S mit, and has three children.          TA Family of Mobile Digital Au- The board voted to reinsure Golda home on Pelican Rd. for fined Jordan $25 on a charge of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          last night they would work jointly
   talk of a possible merger, al- Allied Ch                                                                                                                                                                                                                               on a traffic control ordinance.
                                          Allls dial       14 Kennecott       3SH
                                                                                                                         tomatic Data Processing Sys- all its buildings, in a five-year breakfast. Among those attending disorderly conduct signed by
                                                        17!4 Koppers '
   though unconfirmed, appeared to Alcoa.                                                                               tems. It is a medium-to-high orogram, through local agent were Mr. and Mrs. William Mc- state police when they issued the Mr. Roemer said he feels re-

                                          Am Brk
   have attracted a renewal of spec- Am AIMInSh 19(4 Kresge, SS
                                                       Wi4 Krogar
                                                                       •   «   *

                                                                                       GOP Club                         speed, general-purpose, transis- Ross W. Maghan. Mr. Scullion Kelvy, Mr. and Mrs.                      Walter speeding summons.                   visions are needed in the traffic
   ulative demand. U. S. Smelting Am Can                      Lfehlgh C4N 26                                            torized machine, whose program said that by consolidating the Knight, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Bloom was fined $30 for speed- pattern surrounding the exits and
   was second, rising 5% to 81% on Am MPdyAm Cyan
  65,800 shares. This thinly-distrib- Am Mot
                                                       53'4 Leh Port C
                                                       23     Leh Val I n ! m
                                                                                       Meets Tonight                     language and data coding system oolicies, the board will save $13,- Shuart, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley ing and lost his license for 30
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          entrances of the Prospect Ave.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          shopping center, and Mr. Forfar
                                          Am Smelt     «i
                                                       65 %
                                                              LOF Glasi       18       OCEANPORT - Marcus Daly, are compatible with other equip- 125.                                              Chase, Mr. and Mrs.         Edwin days.
  uted stock, involved in proxy Am Sid                        Lib McN&L                                                                                                                                                                                                   said he is concerned about UIB
                                          Am Tel T»l 121                        IK recently appointed       freeholder, ments in the FIELDATA Family. Board president Roy S. Mat- Close, Mr. and Mrs. James Car- Also fined , $30 was Ralph
   fight possibilities, was said to be Am Tob                 Llgg A My       S4 will be guest speaker at the Re- The BASICPAC building block de- thews appointed the following roll and Mr, and MrsftPaul                                                                use of th» parking area at the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Garcia, 557 Westwood Ave., Long side of borough hall as a through-
   affected by a squeeze on the short Am Vlacose Z>'& Litton Ind              12?'.
                                                                              68 >i publican Club's meeting tonight sign permits ready expansion to chairman of standing commit- etsky, Oak Hill.
                                          Amp Inc , 6114 Lukena Stl                                                                                                                                                                    Branch, who was charged with fare.
   sellers.                                            27     Mack Trk        61%
                                          Armco Stl    «?4                          at 9 o'clock.                       meet the varying needs of the tees:                                                                            careless driving resulting in an
     American Photocopy was third Armour               0514 MaraUi Oil                                                                                           Finance, John J. Bradley; per- Mr. and Mrs. Edwn Lieber- aeoident.                                          Mr. Roomer also questioned
                                                        iC'4 Martin I I                Freeholder Director Joseph C Army.
   most active, up 1% at 14 on Aahl Oil   Armat ck                                                                                                           sonnel and transportation, Mrs. man, Pelican Rd., entertained a
                                                        7 2 * Merck
                                                       2614 MOM               85%
                                                                                    Invin and J. Russell Wcolley,                                                                                                                         Michael R. Ward, stationed at Borough Attorney James R. Min-
   65,500 shares. News that it had Atchlson                                   30% county clerk, also will join the                                           Esther Rinear; building construc-                                                                            ogue about the existence of a bor-
                                                        26Ti                                                                FINED FOR TOLL EVASION tion and cafeteria, Alfred R. cocktails and a dinner party lasi Fort Monmouth, was fined $20
   won a patent infringment suit Atl Refill
                                          Avco Corp    6214 Minn MAM
                                                              Mo Pac A
                                                                              59H group at the home of S. Thomas                                                                                   Saturday night in their home. At- for improper passing.                ougli ordinance controlling aban-
                                          Babcock W 21%i Mont Ward
   brought a host of new buyers to Bald Lima W                                      Gagliano, president of the club, MIDDLETOWN — Two Key- Manville; rules and regulations tending were Mr. and Mrs. Irving Fined $10 were Thomas W. Al- doned c:us in filling stations, and
                                                              Nat Blsc
   the stock and trading1 was halted Bait * Oh         14
                                                       31 % N Cash Reg        74    30 Mohican Ave.                     port residents have been fined and inventory, Daniel F. J. Chernow, Mr. and Mrs. J. Tol- len of Farmingdale, for a de- M a y o r Charles W. Stephens
                                          Bayuk Cig           Nat Dairy
  temporarily in the final hour. It Bell & How HYi
                                                       22% Nat DlatUl
                                                                             65)4      A nominating committee will $5 each for evasion of a 15-cent Heaney, and safety, Mr. DuBeau. man Gelder and Mr. and Mrs linquent inspection; Curtis Hen- wanted to' know if the borough
  reopened just at the market             Eer.dlx      56V Nat Oypn          44U present a slate for election of toll at the Lincroft ramp of the                                                  Edward Izzo, Oak Hill; Lt. Cmdr. derson of Asbury Park, for could take action against thosa
  close, selling at Its final price Both steel
  on blocks of 28,000 and 7,500 Borden
                                          Borg Worn
                                                       32 li Nat Btoel
                                                       3814 NY Central
                                                       U't, No Am Av
                                                                              17% the coming year's officers. Mrs.
                                                              Nla M Pw 49% Dorothy Uzdiila will report on a Jersey Highway. Authority re-
                                                                                                                        Garden State Parkway, the New

                                                                                                                        ports. Mrs. Ethei G. Eiseman of
                                                                                                                                                       Variance                                    and Mrs. William Bennett, Abing- improper passing; Joseph Con- who leave building materials and
                                                                                                                                                                                                   ton. Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. Victor nolly, Branch Ave., Liltie Silver, debris on private lots.
  •hares.                                 Brunswk      17ft Nor Pao          44     recent committeeman conference                                                         (Continued)             Galgano, East Brunswick; Mr. for failing to yield the right of Mr. Minogue said ho would re-
     Next came U. S. Steel, up 1% Bucy Erie         g*        Nwst Alrlln
                                                              Norwich Ph 43% in Trenton.
                                                                                                                        104 Therese St. and Larry Eise-                                            and Mrs. Patrick Adanisio, Liv- way, and Frank Clemcnti, 2.11 port next month.
  at 49, and Burlington Industries, Burllnd            1H4    Outb Mar                 Mr. Gagliano has issued an in-   man of the same address were 3. Robert Kingsland, to waive ingston, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Chelsea Ave., Long Branch, for
  up K at, 29.                            Case, JI     29% Owens 111 01 8054                                            found guilty of the violation rant yard requirements in order Mikkelsen, Middletown.                                                                 In other business, Mayor Ste-
                                                         9    Pan A W Air 27W vitation to all Republicans in the                                             to build additions on either side                                        careless driving.                   phens called for and received a
                                          Cater Trac          Param Plct     40% borough.                               which' occurred Dec. 22.
     News that General Motors Celanese                 36
                                                              Penney, JC     46%                                                                             of his home at 108 Cooper Blvd.                                              Henderson was fined an addi- motion to approve the drafting of
  plans to up its capital spending Chryuler Oh E6» Pa RRw * U
                                          C                         P         »3%                                                                            in Country Club Estates.                      WELCOME PARTY              tional $10 for driving with an ex- a map to show the exact extent
                                                       S2K Pa                15%
  to some $740 million this year Cltlea Sv
  was 1K> stimulus to GM stock Coca Cola  Colf.Fal.
                                                              Peps! Cola
                                                       CO (4 Perkln Elm
                                                       9 1 % PlUer
                                                                             43%                     LOCAL SECURITIES                                           4. Armando Martinez, to erect HAZLET — Mr. and Mrs. Eli pired driver's license.
                                                                                                                                                             a free-standing sign in front of a Mlzrahi, 7 Winthrop PI., wel- Harold J. Sullivan of G - Mon-     O1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          of borough-owned property and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Board of Education-owned prop-
  which closed with a los of %. O)lum Gas 27 5 Phil El
                                          Com! Col         !4 Plllll Pet     3W          The following bid and asked quotations from the National Asso- proposed drive-in restaurant at            comed newcomers Mr. and Mrs. mouth AVQ., Bradley Beach, and erty in the borough.
  American Motors dropped %. Con Edu                   53*    Pit Bteel             ciation of Securities Dealers, Inc., do not represent actual transac- 171 Rt. 36, Belford.                     E. William Ricchiuti, 10 Colby Robert B. Phillips O Holmdel Ho said unclear boundaries
                                                       ss'i Pub Sv B 4 O 71  19« tions. They are a guide to the range within which these securities                                                                                                           F
  Ford and Studebaker were un- Cont Can . Coop Bea -                                                                                                            5. Elliott Plebeau, to subdivide La., to the shore area by taking were fined $6 each for not hav- may result in an overlapping of
                                                              Pullman        28H
  changed.                                Corn Fd             Pure Oil              could have been sold (indicated by the "bid") or bought (indicated a 175-foot lot on 10th St., Bel- them to see "'The Longest Day." ng registration in possession and insurance liability. Borough En-
                                          Coming a            RCA            S«l by the "asked") at the time of completion.
     Whirlpool raised the dividend Cm Zell            163     Raytheon       28                                                                              ford.                                                                     'or a stop street violation, re- gineer August Postel will draft
                                                                                                                    BANKS                                                                            It pays to advertise in the Red
  but the stock rose only %. Von's Cruo Stl
                                          Curtlas Wr
                                                       -19)4  Reading Co.
                                                                             39'                                                                                6. Eugene Van Cleve, to waive                                         spectively.                         the map.
  Grocery closed unchanged de- Del * Hud
                                                              Repub I _.
                                                                              44ft                                              Div.                  Asked                                       Bank Register.—Advertisement.
                                          Dent Sup
                                                              Reyn Met              Asbury. Park - Ocran Grove                , .50                       31 sideline requirements in order to
  spite a dividend Increase.                           26*                                                                                                   construct an open porch and ga-
                                          Doug Alro    27     Rey Tob        39% Belmar - Wall National                   • 150
     Tobaccos were depressed, Lig- Dow Chem MB St JOB Lead 24?', Central Jersey Bank
                                          Dress [nd
                                                              Ron Fulton
                                                                             27M                                      (x)        .60                   25>/2 rage at his home at 47 Frost
  gett ft Myers losing l%. L&M Du Pont                 25't                  3014 Farmers & Merchants                                                        Cir., Middletown.
                                          Duq Lt
                                                              St Reg P a p                                                    1.00
  teemed to be affected by news Bait Air Ii 32 "4 Beam Oil    Shell
                                                                             3B% First Merchants National Bank                  .25                    10'A
  that Lorlllard had nudged L&M End John               a* Sinclair           38% Keansburg - Middletown
  out of third place in sales. Loril- Brie Lack 117« Smith, AO
  lard's decline in earing* was ex- Fla Pur
                                                              Sou P a c
                                                                                    Long Branch Trust
                                                                                    Matawan Bank
                                                                                                                                                       Avis Group
                                                              Sou Ry         Goy Monmouth County National
  pected. The stock was off Vt. Fla PAL
  American Tobacco dropped %. FMC Cp
                                          Food Fair
                                          Fora Mot
                                                              Sperry Rd
                                                              Std Brand
                                                           14 SU1 Oil Cal
                                                                             mr, N

                                                                                    New Je r s e y T r u st
                                                                                          J          Tt

                                                                                    Peoples National, Keyport
                                                                                                                                                       Meets Here
     Du Pont gained %, American Qarrett                41     Stil Oil N J   60
                                                                                    Sea Bright National
                                                                                                                                                                RED BANK — The Northeast
                                                       43%    Studebaker                                                      1.00
  Telephone 5, Baltimore & Ohio Gen Accept 2151 Texaco                                                          INDUSTRIAL
                                                                                                                                                             Regional District winter confer-
                                          Qen Cigar           Tex G Prod
  1%, Texaco %, International Gen Rynam                       Tex a eul             Brockway Glass                              .80
                                                                                                                                                             ence of Avis Rent-A-Car Com-
  Nickel i/t. International Harves- Gen Pdi     Blea          Textron                                                                                        pany was held in the Molly
  ter lft, and Eastman Kodak 1. Gen Motors*         3ft       Tldowat Oil
                                          Gen Pub Ut W!4 Ua Carbide
                                                                                    Bzura Chemicals
                                                                                    Family Circle                                                            Pitcher Inn. It marked the first
     Prices were mixed on the O Tel i El 20                   Un Pao                Hanson VW-M                                                              time the conference was here and
  American Stock Exchange. Vol; Gillette  Gen Tire     22S    Unit Airo      60% International Flavors and Fragrances                                        in the Jersey Shore area.
                                                       3M1    United Cp        8%
  ume was 1.28 million shares com- Glen Aid            1214   US Llnea       AW, Laird 9- Company                                                               Avis licensees and company
                                          Ooodrlch            US Plywd       51     Monmojth Capital
  pared with 1.29 million Friday. Goodyear                                                                                                                   personnel from New Jersey, New MEN OF RUTGERS — Governor Richard J. Hughes, loft, will be honored as Rutgers
  Actively traded General Plywood Gt A*P
  was off 2. Barnes Engineering Greyhound
                                          Grace Co
                                                    a*        US Rul)
                                                              U3 Smelt
                                                              US Steol
                                                              Van Al Stl
                                                                                    Monmouth Electric
                                                                                    Monmouth Park
                                                                                                                                                             York, Pennsylvania, Connecticut
                                                                                                                                                             and Massachusetts attended the
                                                                                                                                                                                                     Alumnus of tho Year March 9 at the I Ith annual All Rutgers Dinner at Far Hills Inn.
                                                                             3.T.4 N. J. Natural Gas
  dropped 2, National Video "A" Gulf Oil  Hamm Pap
                                                    8*        Walwortli
                                                              Warn B Plo
                                                                             14U N. J. Natural Gas Pfd .
                                                                                                                                                             conclave.                               Other key figures in the plans for the ovont are, lolt to right, William" O. Barnes, Jr.,
  % and Flying Tiger %. Aerojetr Here Pdr              37(4   Wn Un Tel      30% Rowan Controller                                                               William J. Eyres and Philip of Wast Long Branch, president of the Rutgers Alumni Federation, dinner sponsor;
                                          III Ceitf
  General rose 1, Hell-Coil 1%, tat Bui Moh i(1711White Mot
                                                         m Weitg El
                                                       33 M
                                                                             J.U Spiral Metal                   '                                            Waldman, both of Little Silver, Robert Kaplan of Maple-wood, general chairman, and Dr, Mason W. Gross, State Uni-
            loy VA, «nd Syntex % lirt Harv     "
                                          [nt Nick
                                                      n<i Woohrth            84«
                                                       at Yngit Sh * 1 M U. S. Homes & Development Corp.                                                     Avis RenSA-Car licensees In New
             tte bonds were a little 1st Paper         soft   Zenith R       S3H (x) Dividend                                                                Jersey, were hosts.                     versity president.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               HONORABLE MENTION                 .
  BED BANK B£GISTER                                                                                                                                                               an American hypo-Jet spray gun       more modtnizMl i r t w .
 4—Tu<$day,.Ftb. 19, 1963                                                                                                                      U.S; Helps                           The gun to a painless infection
                                                                                                                                                                                  mefhod without the use of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         "We had no
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Meyer Mid.,"The let* of the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          OUJSBURG, N. C. - Frede-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           3, Edwards, son of Of. and
                                                                                                                                               Upper Volta                        needle. Ejected-at high
                                                                                                                                                                                  the vaccine penetrates the skin.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       measles U; so jntynae that the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       people accept' the vaccination
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            F. M. Edwards ,ot ft Wart
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Front St., Red Bank, N. J., h u
Thomas C. Handy, son of Mr.                                                                                                                      OUAGADOUGOU, Upper Volta
                                                                                                                                                                                  It permits' vaccination of 1.00C     without protest.!1    t \      been named to the honorabk '
                                                                                                                                               AP) — Across the sunscorched       children in an hqur.                                                mention list for the first semester
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         In some villages, grateful moth-
and Mrs. Francis 1. Handy, 61
Hance R d , Fair Haven, N. J.,                                                                                                                 ush, native drummers tapped          "This is the kind 0$ gun Africa                                   at Louisburg Colleg* tare. He at-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ers offered the visitors gifts-of
is among 21 sophomores to                                                                                                                      tut a staccato message.            needs," said Upper Volta's Pres:     chickens.'                     tained an average ojf between 3
achieve the honor roll during                                                                                                                    "Come quickly, the strangers     dent Maurice Yameogo when hi                                        and 3.49 to be awng the 40 stu-
                                                                                                                                                                                  was shown the injector.                The village of Zam presented
the second marking period al                                                                                                                   ire here."                                                                                             dents named to the list.
Mount Hermon School, an inde-                                                                                                                    In dusty village squares sur-      Meyer said 600,000 children        the team with & ram.
pendent secondary    institution                                                                                                               ounded by clay huts, barebreast-   have been vaccinated so^ar in A
here.                                                                                                                                          A women assembled, holding         joint project by the United States
                                                                                                                                               heir children.                     and Upper Volta governments. A
  POTTSTOWN, Pa. — Niels M.
Johnsen, son of Mr. and Mrs.
                                                                                                                                                 The strangers were three
                                                                                                                                               Americans, a vaccination team
                                                                                                                                               if the U. S: National Institutes
                                                                                                                                                                                  total of 800,000 children are ex-
                                                                                                                                                                                  pected to get the vaccine before
                                                                                                                                                                                  the annual measles epidemic
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Over 4O9OOO
N. W. Johnsen, 174 Rumson Kd.,
Rumson, N. 3"., has been selected
sports editor of the Hill News, at
                                                                                                                                               )f Health at Bethesda, Md.
                                                                                                                                                 Thslr task is to rid Upper
                                                                                                                                               falta of a killer disease — the
                                                                                                                                                                                  which usually comes (n March.
                                                                                                                                                                                    Assisting Meyer are Dr, Daniel
                                                                                                                                                                                  D. Hostetler, Jr. and'Mrs: Bar.
the Hill School, here, where he !                                                                                                              neasles.                           bara Bernheim, a biologist who
is a member of the class of 1963.
Johnsen is also a member ot
                                                                                                                                                 This land-locked country Has
                                                                                                                                               he highest measles mortality on
                                                                                                                                                                                  also acts as the team's Frencl
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          which you could buy
the varsity socc«r team.                                                                                                                        ecord — up' to 60 per cent of       The three have travelled b;
                                                                                                                                               :hildren affected by it die.       Jeep more than 15,000 miles over        Among all the stocks and bonds listed on exchanges and in ft*
                                                                                                                                                                                  dusty bush roads and narrow
        SPECIAL                                                                                                                                  The team, headed by Dr. Har-
                                                                                                                                               y M. Meyer Jr., has been work-     cattle trails.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          over-the-counter market, chances are that a great many would M l
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          be suited to your Investment aims,
                                                                                                                                               ng in Upper Volta since Septem-      Wherever they went, tense
                                      THE WINNER! — Francis Juska, 315 Eastbourne Ave., Long Branch, extreme left,                                                                                                           This is, one reason why our Investment Research Departmuit
   FOLDING STEEL                                                                                                                               >er. It has trained eight local    crowds waited, summoned by
                                      receives the grand prize in the McFaddin Cadillac-Oldsmobile 50th anniversary lime-                      vaccination teams,in the use of    drummers or by soundtracks 1            continuously studies companies and evaluates their securities f r m
     BRONZETONE                                                                                                                                                                                                           the investor's point of view. Armed with these facts, an account
                                      rick contest. The winning prize is a check for half the purchase price of the car

                                                                                                                                                                                                                          executive will be glad to discuss your Investment objectives with
          BRIDGE                      which was bought, in this case $1,328. Presenting the check is Dorman McRaddin,                                                                                                     you. He will then help you select the stocks or bonds best suited
                                      Jr., with Friederike LeMon of McFaddin Motors and M. H. Borrie of Ambrose and
         CHAIR                        Borrie, advertising firm which handled the contest and judging, standing by. The.
                                                                                                                                                                                                    BUS                   to your requirements. Feel free to make use of this valuable assist-

                                      winning jingle, which is composed to the tune of "Old MacDonald Had A Farm," goes
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Write for our current Investment Survey
                                      as follows: "Old McFaddin has the car, that is A-OK. So if you want a real good deal,
                                      see old Mac today!"
                                                                                                                                                      ONLY                                                                        THE SOUTH ON THE MARCH

                                     Village School PTA
                                     To Meet "Tomorrow
                                                                      New Owners                               RIVERVIEW AUXILIARY
                                                                                                             RUMSON — The Rumson Aux-
                                                                                                           iliary to Riverview Hospital will
                                                                                                                                                                           FROM                                            THOMSON &MSKINNON
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            9 Memorial Parkway, long Brapch CA2-43l6
                                                                      For Many                             meet Thursday at 1 p.m. In the         RED BANK - M I D D L E T O W N
  RAILROAD                             MIDDLETOWN - The Middle-
                                     town Village School Parent-
                                                                                                           Oceanic Fire House, River Rd.
                                                                                                           and Allen St.                                            FLEETWOOD PARK
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          2.Broadway, N.Y..4 • HA2-5100 20last 46th St., N.Y. 17 • YU WMOO
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         .825 Madison Ave., h.Y. 22 • PL 1-3800

                                     Teacher Association will meet to-
                                     morrow at 8:15 p.m. in the all   Area Houses                        It pays to advertise in the Red
                                                                                                                                                          BORO BUSSES COMPANY                                             ,__    Mtuns xrw YOMC troac Bounce AND OTHE* MJHCKU
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          «KUtRYAN»GOMMOMn DCCHANWS
                                     purpose room, instead of Thurs-                                                                                                     S H 1-0567                   •.••".
                                                                           HAZLET — Casey's Agenc Bank Register.—Advertisement-

 241 Highway 35, Eatontown
                                     day, as originally scheduled.      Inc., located at Rt. 35, sold tt
                                       Miss Ruth Scattergood and following houses in this area:
                                     Mrs. Evelyn Rudolph, elementary The one-family home of Mr
 Jolt Sooth ol Xitonlvwn Circle      school supervisors, will discuss and Mrs. William T. Ritt, 7
    OPEN DAILY 9:30 to 8:30
        SAT. *:30 to 8:30            methods being utilized in the Prospect Ave., Union Beach, i
                                     school.                            Mr. and Mrs. Harry Himmel
          Call 542-2020                                                 reich, 139 West Third Ave., Ro
                                                                        selle Park. The Ranch in Appl
                                                                       brook of Dr. and Mrs. William

      DuPont's LUCITE                                                   J., Mergenthaler, Third at 203
                                                                       Hamiltonian Dr., Middletown, tc
                                                                       Mr. and Mrs. Amos A. Hirsch ol
                                                                       409 Carey St., Lakewood, Mr. and
    The Greatest Wall and Celling Paint of the Age                     Mrs. Hirsch are independent op-
    • DOESN'T DRIP                        • QUICK, EASY                erators of their own drug firm
                                                                       in Red Bank.
      OR SPATTER!                           CLEAN UP!
   "LUCITE" WVULi PAINT IS unlike any paint you've                     The split level ot Mr. and Mrs,
   ever known! It doesn't drip, run or spatter like ordinary         Raymond Tyrka at 5 Deerfield
   liquid paints. It has a thick, creamy consistency . . .           Rd., Holmdel, to Mr. and Mrs,
   stays on your brush or roller. Your hands remain clean.           Gary C. Kudrick of 119 First St
   NO PRIMING Is necessary, even on spackled areas.                  Keyport. The split level of Mi.
   "Lucite" Wall Paint actually fills tiny hairline cracks.          and Mrs. Edward J. Hurley al
   COLORS STAY MIXED. You waste no tune stirring                     54 Fleetwood Dr. to Mr. anc
   or thinning*                                                      and Mrs. Robert J. Raab of
   "LUCITE" DRIES TO TOUCH In Just 30 minutes. It's                  Vandorn St., Keyport. The one-
   ready tor a second coat, if necessary, In only an hour.           family home of George Bartley
   There's no messy dean up after painting, either. Soap             at 245 Laurel Ave., West Keans-
   and water fa all you need tor hands and equipment.                burg, to Mr. and Mrs. Charles
   "Lucite" Wall Paint 1s completely washable alter a few            M. Levy of Keansburg.
                                                                       The ranch home of Mr. am

                          6       79                                 Mrs. Raymond L. Chahbandou
          REG.                                                       of 19 West Jack St. to Mr. anc
          7.45                                   gal.                Mrs. John P. Laczko of 31
                                                                     Goodwin St., Perth Amboy. Th
                                                                     one-family home of Mr. and Mrs,
          .     • BUDGET TERMS • FREE DELIVERY                       Biagio Parisi at 8 High St.,

          \       Daily & Saturday 8 A.M.-5:S0 P . M .               Matawan, to Mr. and Mrs. Jo-
              1        Wei. and Frl. 'til 9 P.M.                     seph Kuhrt of 83 Mapes Ave.
                                                                     Newark. Mr. Kuhrt is the district
                                                                     supervisor and distributor of a
                                                                     Watkins Products Store in South
                                                                     River. The colonial of Thomas A,
                                                                     Rossano, Jr., of 12 Stanford Dr.,
              I       "Between Yanko's & ReussUles" /gSfc            to Mr. and Mrs. Harold J. Con-
              '            9                             SS2B        roy of 1408 Summit Ave., Union

          jLuWIlS had weMfffmg                                         The split level of Mr. and Mrs,
                                                                     Walter Manning cMO Jupiter St,
      32 Brood St.        SHadysldo 1*7500         Red Bank          New Monmouth, to M-. and Mrs.
                                                                     Robert Lisa of 236 Main P., Cliff-
                                                                     side Park. The ranch of Mi', " i
                                                                     Mrs. Michael P. George, Jr., t
                                                                     Middlesex Rd., Matawan, to Mr.
                                                                     and Mrs. Ignazio B. Fusari of
                                                                     255 South 21st St., Irvington. The
                                                                     home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry J.
                                                                     Tymecki of 24 Daniel Dr.
                                                                         Casey's Agency also reported
                                                                      the following leases: ,t
                                                                        Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hamilton
                                                                      of 99 Church St., Belford, to John
                                                                      Haddow of Rt. 34, Matawan.
                                                                        The ranch home of Albert Silon
                                                                      of 33 Sycamore Dr., has been
                                                                       eased for a ten-year period to
                                                                      Sergeant and Mrs. Grady Howel
                                                                     of the Nike Air Force Base,
                                                                      Holmdel. The store of Mrs. Ann
                                                                      Siegel of 253 Main St., Keyport
                                                                      at 25 East Front St., Keyport, to
                                                                      Edward P. Petit of 47 Cornell
                                                                      Dr. Mr. Petit is opening his own
                                                                      business as a silk screen opera-
                                                                      tor and builder.
                                                                        The office was also able to ren
> Con1-"                                                              the home of Mr. and Mrs. Otto
                                                                      Ostenfeld of Amboy Rd., Madison
                                                                      Township, to Mr. and Mrs. Clar-

   WE DON'T CARE                                                      ence Petersen of Flemington.
                                                                         The brokerage staff includes
                                                                      Casimir J. Zlydaszyk, broker
                                                                      Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kleme, as-

                                                                      sociate partners; Mrs. Margaret
                                                                      Rohloff, sales manager; William
                                                                      Ahern', Gerhardt Efferta and
                                                                      Harold Rohloff, salesmen. Th
                                                                     'agency insurance       department

                                                                      specializes in residential,
                                                                      tomobile, workmen's compensa-
                                                                      tion, plate glass and pleasure
                                                                      boat insurance at a great sav-

         WE CAN
                                                                     Places Second
       REPLACE                                                      In Forensic Test
                                                                        NASHVILLE, Venn -          Miss

                                                                      Lynn-Muir Saunders, daughter of
                                                                      Mr. and Mrs. Carleton M. Saun
                                                                     ders, 260 Sunrise Rd., Belford
                                                                     N. J., placed second in David
                                                                     Lipscomb College's Intramural
                                                                     Forensic Tournament,
  Authorised Insurance Replaceihent Service                             She won second place in wom-
            Ample Free Parking'                                      en's Bible reading.
                                                                        A graduate of Merchantville                                 This phone was the cat's meow back in the 20's. But it wouldn't do today. Efficient dial

   "Glass and Mirrors in Every Size You Can Break"
                                                                     High School, where she was
                                                                     salutatorian, Miss Saunders Is an
                                                                     llth-quarter student at Lipscomb,
                                                                     majoring in English and minoring
                                                                     in Bible.
                                                                                                                                    phones are the thing now. And in the offing: phones with push buttons instead of dials,
                                                                                                                                    and improved automatic models to make telephone service faster, better, easier to
   21 MAPLE AVENUE              1813 H STREET
                                                                        She is a member of the A Cap-                               use. The parade of new telephones is a familiar example of the way we are working
                                                                    pclla choral group, Sigma Tau
 Cor. White HC and Mspls Ave.     So. ol ISlh Ave.. Hwy. 71 (IN)    Delta-honorary English fraternity,                              continually toi improve everything about your telephone service. NEW JERSEY BELL'
         RED BANK                           BELMAR                  and was recenjly named to
                                                                    "Who's Who In "American Col-
  Tel. SHadyside 7-2020               Tel. MUtual 1-1200            leges and Universities."
                  \Open All Day Saturday!
                                                                            RED BANK HEGI^FgR                                               ,_, Twenty, F«b, 19,1963-5
 29 lions Clubs Students to VMt
                Bell Labs
                                      HOIMDEL - High school stu-
                                    dents/; from Hotarfg, Mlddletown
    LONG BRANCH - H U B for and Pair Haven will get a first-

                                    nand look at anfineerlng work at
 t i e S13.000 Having Eduction ind
                                    the BeH Telephone laboratories
 BdMbUHttion Clinic to be do-
                                    bare this week..
 nated to Mpnmouth Medial Cen-
 ter by t i e » U n a Ovtm la the Thr viait has been arranged by
 t h a n t r e t were dimmed at re- Bell Laboratories in conjunction
 cent meetings of the jpeciil com- with National Engineera' Week.
 mittee of District M-B, Lions In- Visiting the laboratory will, be
 ternational, in tha home of Or. Jonathan Miller, SI Kings Hwy.,
 Armand Mazle. 8 2 Liberty St. Middtetovm, student at Middle-
, The committee's goal is a con- town High School, accompanied
 tribution of $300 from etch etab by Stewart MUler: Edward R.
 over A two-year period to finance Vaster, 2t Second St., Fair Ha-
 the cost of equipment for tti« ven, student at Rumsoc-Fair Ha-
                                    ven Regional High School* ac-
 hearing center, which will be
                                    companied by Frank Curry; and
 tewed In the hospital'* proposed
                                    Harry K. MacWlUfams, Holm-
 nhaMHtttlon wing.
                                    del-Middlatown Rd., HolroM, stu-
     Dr. Harold Eder, secretary at dent at Red Bank High School,
 the Greater Long ftranch Lkmi accompanied by Dennis McDon-
 Club, is wmraltte* chairman. ald.
 William Safes, past deputy dis-
                                      Serving as hosts wlH be the fol-
 trict governor of region three, Is
                                    lowing Bell Laboratories engi-
 assistant chairman.
                                    neers: Thomas E . Browne, 41-E
     Other .committee      members Spring Ter.. Red Bank; Bobby 3.
 present at a recent meeting were JenUns. 44 Meadowbrook Ave.,
 Dave Edwards, deputy district Eatontown; Howard T. Shlnpen,
 governor, region two; John t o - jm NiehoU Ave., Scotch Plains;
 Sato,, rone chairman, tone one, and Albert C. Gent, 104 Green
 region two; Joseph Purdy, depu- Av»., Madison, head of the visi-         AID Hit    C I A — Lawrence Durkin of Middletown, left, president of CBA Fathers
 ty; district governor, region two; tor program activities at Holm-       Club, presents check to Brother Albert. Bernard, director of Christian Brothers Acad-
 Guerta OUvola, deputy district del.                                      •my, Lincrofr, representing current contribution of $50,000 raised through club efforts
 governor, region five; Martin "America's Engineers Build
 Mains, c^chainnan of the district for the Future" Is the theme for       for academy during last three yeart. Looking on, left to right, John Hlggins, Spring
 newspaper, and Robert Manfred), the Utfc annual National Engi-           Lake; Eugent F. Croddiclc, Wickatunk, and Vincent T. Hirich of Spring Lake, all mem-
 second vk* president, and Mario „ „ , .             Wwfc   - a , them,   bers of club's executive^ board Mr. Hirsch is a former president of club.
 Condlio, tail twister, of the Great- chosen to emphasixe, for high
 er Long Branch lions Club, of school students particularly, how
 which Dr. Marie is president

                                                engineering knowledge
                                      and sldll will shape the frame-
                                      work of many df'the scitntlfle
                                                                          Transportation Clash Seen
    OCEANPORT - Vincent B and technological achievements
 Cipolla, chief Navy aviation elec- of the future.                         By Congressional Quarterly        to prevent changes that would sage he urged "greater reliance
 trician's mate, son of Mr. and                                           WASHINGTON -             President weaken their competitive posi- on competitive free enterprise,
                                                                        Kennedy's program for intercity tions.                                with less federal regulation and
 Mrs. S. Talarico of 57 Pemberton
 Ave., is serving with Fighter              Dey Named                   transportation may stir up a hor- In his State of the Union ad- subsidies." The government, he
 Squadron 162, which was part of KEYPORT — At a meeting net's nest of competing interests dress, budget message, and eco-                     said, "would empasize equal op-
 the combined force of Exercise of the Board of Health last week, this year. Although Congress en- nomic report, President Kennedy portunity foe all types of trans
 Saddle Blanket early this month Roland C. Dey was appointed to acted only a small part of the this year repeated his plea for theportation."
 eff the coast of California. The the finance committee and also program last year, it may feel proposals he outlined in his trans- But the competing transportation
 five-day exercise, held from Feb'. wai named treasurer.            '   that some of proposals are now       portation message last April.    industries do not entirely agree
 +8, dealt mainly with anti-tub- The board decided to                   ripe' for legislative action.              Reduced Federal Role       on what constitutes "equal op-
 marine warfare training.             Borough Council and request the The transportation industries Although the President pro- portunity."
                                      posting of signs to stop dumping are girding themselves for battle. poses to increase federal aid for The railroads agree with the
   Buying or selling? Use the at Green Grove Cemetery.                  The railroads have warmly en- urban transit, he has called for a President that minimum rates—
 Register Classified for quick re- Albert Benaett, plumbing in- dorsed the President's program, reduced federal role in intercity from which their competitors are
 sults.—Advertisement.                spector, reported two violations. but the other carriers are anxious transportation. In his Budget Mes- exempt—should be abolished. Bui
                                                                                                                                              the motor and water carriers
                                                                                                                                              claim rate freedom would leave
                                                                                                                                              them at the mercy of unfair com-
                                                                                                                                              petition from the railroads.
                                                                                                                                                Many of the railroads, claiming
                                                                                                                                              they are in financial difficulties,
                                                                                                                                              are seeking mergers. Of the,na-
                                                                                                                                              tion's 20 largest railroads, 12 cur-
                                                                                                                                              rently have merger applications
                                                                                                                                              before the Interstate Commerce
                                                                                                                                              Commission. The proposed, merg-
                                                                                                                                              er of the Pennsylvania and New
                                                                                                                                              York Central lines would create
                                                                                                                                              the largest corporation in U.S.
                                                                                                                                               The barge lines, and more re-
                                                                                                                                             cently the trucking industry, op-
                                                                                                                                             pose the mergers. The railway
                                                                                                                                             labor unions, fearful of job cut-
                                                                                                                                             backs, are waging a vehement
                                                                                                                                             campaign to block the mergers.

             who does not YET have                                                                                                             They claim the financial trou-
                                                                                                                                             bles of the' railroads are a myth
                                                                                                                                             Both sides marshall figures to
                                                                                                                                             prove their opposite conclusions.
                                                                                                                                                                                                           each with
             New Jersey                                                                                                                         Though the President has no
                                                                                                                                             taken a stand on the merger is-
                                                                                                                                             sue, he set up an interagency
                                                                                                                                                                                                          two trousers
             Blue Cross-BlueiSMeld                                                                                                           group to formulate general Ad-
                                                                                                                                             ministration policies and specific
                                                                                                                                             government positions on indivi-

             During 1963, one out of every seven
             people in New Jersey is almost
                                                                                                                                             dual -marger cases. Mr. Kennedy
                                                                                                                                             outlined three criteria,tot these
                                                                                                                                             policies: 1, Effective competi-
                                                                                                                                             tion; 2. Economical, efficient and
                                                                                                                                             adequate service to the public; 3.
                                                                                                                                                                                                       •Bond's XL-2 Pure
                                                                                                                                             Adjustment assistance for af-
                                                                                                                                                                                                       $ 50
              certain to have a hospital bill,
              accompanied by medical or
              surgical expenses.
                                                                                                                                             fected workers.
                                                                                                                                                The railroads welcomed the
                                                                                                                                             President's adoption of other cri-
                                                                                                                                             teria than antitrust considerations
                                                                                                                                              in judging mergers.
                                                                                                                                                                                                        59 TWO Trouser Su!
             "This unexpected expense could                                                                                                     Mr. Kennedy's proposed two

                                                                                                                                                                                                     *- Hand-detailed
                                                                                                                                             cents per gallon tax on fuels for
             prove a serious hardship unless there                                                                                            inland waterways, considered as
             is iBlue Cross-Blue Shield protection                                                                                            a user charge for federal im
                                                                                                                                             provements, has aroused the wa-
             to absorb all or most of it.                                                                                                    ter carriers. They claim that their
                                                                                                                                             margin of profit is so low that
             If you're in a job category that        '

                                                                                                                                                                                                        W TWO Trou
                                                                                                                                             the extra cost would drive many
             is not covered by group protection,                                                                                             of them out of business.
                                                                                                                                                The airlines, which now pay a
             wouldn't it be wise to carry this                                                                                               5 per cent passenger tax, oppose
             necessary protection on your own?                                                                                               additional user charges on jet
                                                                                                                                             fuels and freight waybills. They
                                                                                                                                             maintain the taxes they now pay
             Don't w a i t . . . and then say, "I wish                                                                                       are fully compensatory for the                              If you wish, take one suit and one outercoai!
             I had taken Blue Cross-Blue Shield."                                                                                            use of the federal airways sys-
                                                                                                                                             tem, a claim that is denied by the
             Have it when you need it!<                                                                                                      Commerce Department.
                                                                                                                                                                                                               Sizes for everybody—but naturally our entire stock
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 is not included. All alterations .without charge.
             [You owe it to your family}                                                                                                        Congress might like to post
                                                                                                                                             pone the conflicts that would
             Apply today.'                                                                                                                   arise from the major transporta-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Suits with vest-add $5 each
                                                                                                                                             tion changes proposed by the
                                                                                                                                             President. Bui the accelerating

            BLUE CROSS
             for Hospital Bills                  o
                                                                                                                                             pace of the merger disputes may
                                                                                                                                             make it difficult to ignore the
                                                                                                                                             other problems of the transporta-
                                                                                                                                             tion industry.
             Hostltsl Sinles Ftan af Hsw Jins/

                                                                                                                                             Gas Sales
            BLUE SHIELD                                                                                                                      For January                                                           S
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       495° Designer
            for Doctor Bills                     *
            Midlul-Siirifcsl Plm sf Hsw Jsrstr

                                                                                                                                             Set Record
                                                                                                                                                ASBURY PARK - The New
                                                                                                                                             Jersey Natural Gas Company re-
            NEWARK                                                                                                                           ports it set new sales volume
            Trenton                                                                                                                          records that sent revenues over
                                                                                                                                             the $3 million mark for the first
                                                                                                                                              :lme last month as a result of
                                                                                                                                              he unusually cold weather and a
                                                                                                                                                6 per cent increase in cus-
                  Blue Cross-llue UilekJ
                  P.O. Box 420                                                                                                               tomers.
                  Newark 1 , New Jersey                                                                                                         Dale B. Otto, president, an-
                                                                                                                                             nounced that the firm sold
                  Please sand me complete Information concern-                                                                               2,027,789,000 cubic feet o* gas in
                  Ing Blue Cross-Blue Shield enrollment                                                                                      January, which was about 20 per
                                                                                                                                             cent higher than January, 1962r
                  Name ,                                                                                                                     the previews record month.
                                                                                                                                                He attributed this to the com-
                                                                                                                                             bination of an increase of 8,216
                                                                                                                                             customers, most of whom he said
                                                                                                                                             are using natural gas for home
                                                             Zone                                                                            Seating, and approximately 10
                                                                                                                                              ">er cent more degree days in
                                                                                                                                              'anuary than in the same mont>
                                                                                                                                               ist year. •
                                                                                                                                                Revenues for January were $3         u n M M f i n r u cunppiur RENTED               EATONTOWN TRAFFIC CIRCLE, EATONTOWN
                                                                                                                                                                                     MONMOUTH SHOPPING CENTER                        5 T H AVENUE AT 3STII STREET, NEW VOBR
                                                                                                                                               13,049, as compared to $2,670,-
                                                                                                                                              .41, for a 18.2 per cent gain over Shop Every Evmlait MiuiUr thru Sutiu-ilny 'HI 10:00    BROADWAY T A'T 2 I 45 S T T H 1 E STREET, W NEW"¥0RK
                                                                                                                                             the former peak month.
                                                                                                                                The Uncertain-Trumpet Section
                               Ked flank Kegister
   IM* Broad Street, Red Bank, N. J.                                                 State mutiny SS?.MMdttMra
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           BY JOHN CHAWBER'tAtN
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Is It possible .to be a "no man" in Wa
   W. HARRY PENNINGTON, President                                                       JAMES J . HOGAN, Editor                                                                                                   days and still manage to keep one's footing; fltong.w
                         M. HAROLD KELLY, General Manager
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  one's integrity? The weight of the evidence is suopowd
   Thomas J. Bly                     William F. Sandlord and Arthur Z. Kamln                      Frank W. Harbour
   Executive Editor                             Ai«oclat» Editors                             Hlddletown Bureau Ugr,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  to be against it. But every so. of ten an: official: cpines
                                          Member of the Associated Press
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  along, to create such an image of incorruptibiUly^
             Associated Press is entitled exclusively to th» UM tor rejrabUc&tlon ot all t&t local oew« printed
            r *> wen a> aJJ AP new« dispatches.
                                                                                                                  la t&ls                                                                                                           nobody dares touch him.          "
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          One man who has successfully
                          Member of American Newspaper Publishers Association
                                  Member Audit Bureau of Circulation                                                                                                                                                                managed to put himself abovB^politlcs"
         Toe Red Bank Register assumes DO financial responsibilities tot lypoffntpblcal arrorj In advertisements, but
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    is the chairman ,6f, the Federal. Reserve
   tnu reprint wltnout charge, that part ot an advertisement II which the typographical error occurs. Advertiser! will
   please notify the management Immediately ox any error whken^may occur.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Board, William McChesney MartiiuJr.
        mis newspaper assumes no responsibilities (or statements ol opinion! In letters from It! readers.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Another is the head of the Federal Bu-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    reau of Investigation, J..Edgar Hoover.
   Subscription Prices In Advance      Less than 3 mos. Per month 11.5(1       12 months—118.00        • months—I 8.00
   Single copy at counter, 7 cent*         Single cop; by mall, 10 cents        » montbi—J13.50        I months—s i s o                                                                                                            Both Mr. Martin and Mr.-Hooyer have
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   managed to stgy on through Demo-
                                        TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1963
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Chamberlain c r a t i c a n d Republican regimes-tind no
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  responsible President would ever 'lightly'interfere with
                                         For Safe Boating                                                                                                                                                         the way they run their respective bailiwicks.         >
      When the Jersey Coast Boat portant part of the course. This is                                                                                                                  Long ago Mr. Martin said nis philosophy of setting
   Show arrives in Asbury Park, we good.                                                                                                                                        Federal Reserve policy was to "lean against the wind."
  know that spring cannot be far               But, from the statistics we have                                                                                                  When inflation threatens, he tarns tight-fisted in the
  behind.                                   seen, teenagers must be taught the                                                                                                   matter of making credit available. When deflation !is
      It won't be long before boats— importance of being careful op. the                                                                                                         with us, he relaxes, the "Fed's" clamp on the money
  in record numbers — begin sailing water.                                                                                                                                       supply. He seldom encounters any trouble with his
  over county waterways. Boat traffic          Rules now require the licensing                                                                                                   policy when the nation is. on the down-beat of the
  has been on the increase in recent of youngsters who run power boats                                                                                                           economic cycle. But when the government goes in fpr
  years—and we can expect that con- on non-tidal waters. A boy or girl                                                                                                           conscious inflation he always risks a tiff with'the
  ditions this year will be no different. must be 13 to operate an outboard                                                                                                     White House.
                                                                                  Your Money's Worth;
  Boating's popularity is at an all- boat and 16 to operate an inboard.
  time high.                                But there are no such restrictions on
                                                                                                                                                                                     LETTERS         Risking Trouble                  ,

      This is as good a time as any, the operation of power boats on tidal                                                  How to Save on Taxes       CALLS FOR
                                                                                                                                                •'REALISTIC" BUDGET
                                                                                                                                                                                      He is risking trouble right now in his attitude
                                                                                                                                                                                toward the proposed 11-plus billion dollar,deficit for
  we think, to begin plugging boat waters at the Shore.                                                         By SYLVIA PORTE                               11 Sheraton l a , the coming fiscal year. Said he recently: "I want to
  safety. It cannot be stressed too Safety J s an essential part of                                                                                           RumsoD, N.J.      put the Federal Reserve specifically on r e c o r d . / ,
  often nor too much.                      operating a boat. Before anyone takes (In collaboration with the Research Institute of America) ToI the Editor: many letters that I think vre must riot finance a deficit by bank-
                                                                                                                                                 have read
                                                                                      If you will have expense account deductions th
      It is appalling to report that boat- to the water, he or she should know year, you must not delay in arranging your expen the editor concerning the pro created funds, that how the deficit is financed is df
                                                                                                                                            posed Fair Haven Regional budg
  ing accidents caused the death of the proper rules. Boating is a fun account records so that you will avoid trouble whe: et. None of these letters have vital importance, and that it should be financed out of
  51 persons on New Jersey's busy sport — one that should not be blem- you file your 1963 return in 1964. As I reported or indicateto the reason for th bona fide savings and not by writing up assets on one
                                                                                                                                            attempted      evaluate the budge

  waterways last year. This was an ished by people who are careless. the third column in this series, in preparing your 196: $83,000 increase. This represent: side or the other of bank ledgers." In spite of the
  increase of 20 over the 1961 toll.                                                              return you still can use estimates        more than a 10 per cent Increasi
                                                                                                                                                                                suspicion of Administration budgetary policy implied
                                                                                                 your travel and entertainment expense: over the 1962 budget. The larges
      To make the statistics even more This is the one hundred and tenth                         if you don't have the exact details.
                                                                                                                                            Increases are represented           in these stern words, President Kennedy announced
                                                                                                                                            teachers' salaries, administrath
  shocking, the number of injured was anniversary of the birthday of Wash-                            But for 1963, if you don't keep th salaries, custodian and substitu last week that "no man" Martin would be reappointed
  83, an increase of three. The num- ington. . . We are met to celebrate                         proper records required1 by the Treas- salaries and textbooks.                 to head the "Fed" for a fourth four-year term.
  ber of reported accidents jumped this day. Washington is the mighti-                                                                        Nine thousand dollars
                                                                                                 ury, you can lose all your deductions— teachers' salary Increase of dueis
                                           est name on earth — long since                                                                                                            Technically, J. Edgar Hoover receives his appoint-
  from 121 to 151.                                                                               even though you actually spent the to the proposed increase
                                                                                                                                                                                ment as boss of the FBI from the attorney general. But
      Some of the blame for the in- mightiest in the cause of civil liberty;                     money for a sound business purpose salary guide from a base of $5,001
                                                                                                                                                                                no attorney general would dare fire him without first
  creasing number of accidents has still mightiest in moral reformation. Porter                       The key to backing up your 1965 to $5,200. This would make thi
                                                                                                                                           regional high school salary guidi clearing it with the White House. So exemplary has
                                                                                                deductions under the new Treasurj                         highest,
 been placed on the ever-increasing On that name an eulogy is expected. rules is a currently kept diary, account book, expens one of theMonmouth if not thi Mr. Hoover been that he has survived in Washington
                                                                                                                                           highest, in              County.
 number of teenagers who operate It can not be. To add brightness to statement, etc. "Currently" means that the entries mu W is proposed to' hire four (4) since Calvin Coolidge's time. Every once Jn a while
 boats.                                    the sun or glory to the name of be made, in Treasury jargon, "at or near the time o: mated increase of for an esti- the Communists decide to "get" Mr. Hoover. The word
                                                                                                                                           additional teachers
                                                                                                                                                                   sixty (60)
                                                                                                                                                                                goes out—and shortly the uncomprehending "fiberals"
     We cannot emphasize too strong- Washington is alike impossible. . . the expenditures." In practice, this probably meafi! students., The ratio of teachers begin to reflect the Communist-inspired" anti-Hoover
                                                                                                                                           to students appears to be exces-
 ly the need for boat safety. Several Let none attempt it. In solemn awe not later than, the end of the day during which the sive and it should not be difficull sentiments without, realizing the source. Books are
 groups, such as the Coast Guard pronounce the name and its naked, expenditure was made. If you try writing up a diarj to reduce -this to three (3 written to discredit'the FBI as a potential "Gestapo."
                                                                                  on a weekly or monthly basis, its value as proof         teachers.
 Auxiliary and Power Squadrons, deathless splendor leave it shining your expenses will become almost worthless.                               An allowance of $12,000 fo: And so the anti-Hoover campaign goes on u
 give courses in boat handling. And, on.                                              If you keep your diary currently, "you can tran
                                                                                                                                           textbooks has been proposed, up against the plain fact that J. Edgar Hoover has
 wisely, make boating safety an im-
                                                  Lincoln—Speech, Feb. 22,1842 scribe the information to an expense account stat This is overincrease of more ;than never perverted his power to corrupt ends.
                                                                                                                                           $5,000        the previous budge;
                                                                                                                      ment which you submit to your employer "in the regu tor the last two (2) years,                           Usually it is a liberal who rises up to defend Mr.
                                                                                                                                                                                  think that this should be'
  Allen-Scott Report;                                                                                                  lar course of good business practice." An adequate dticed.                                    re- Hoover against the innuendos of others on the so-called
                                                                                                                      diary can be easily transcribed into the form require< The salaries of custodian ani liberal team. Once the American Civil Liberties Union,
                                                                                                                      by your employer at a later date, such as weekly            substitute has been increased t< egged on by well-meaning dupes of the Communists,
   Chiang Seeking US Pledge of Non-Interference                                                                       monthly.                                                    ti.QOO over the previous two (2'
                                                                                                                                                                                  years. I do not think that il looked into charges that the FBI was making use of
                                                                                                                             Here is the information you must record in you: warranted. Salary increases for third-degree, tactics. But when the investigation was
                                                     By Robert S. Allen and Paul Scoti diary, expense book, etc., on a daily basis:                                               the superintendent and his staff completed, Roger Baldwin, then head of the Civil lib-
                                                                                                                                                                                  amounts to $2,700. This should be
                                                                                                                             Travel: The cost, date you leave and return, place: out entirely.                            erties Union, reported that the charges had no basis
        WASHINGTON — Generalis- Army, causing sufficient disaffe                         De Gaulle's Veto
                                                                                                                       traveled to, business reason for trip or nature of busi The Board of Education has in fact                      '             ., ; ,         • • . . •
     simo Chiang Kai-shek is pressing tion to spark revolt.                        This argument is rejected by
                                           Already, more than a score           U.S. policy makers.                   ness benefit expected. .                                    already stated that they are wili-
     the U.S. to give him a free hand                                                                                                                                              ng to rescind the $4,000" for the                        Our 2 Biggest Threats
     to intensity attacks against the
                                         commando raids have givei                 This flatly opposing view is the          Entertainment: Cost, date, name- and address         architect fees for the proposed
                                         Chiang much convincing evidenct principle reason they are delaying                                                                                                                     The most fervent tribute to.Hoover's integrity as
     Communist-ruled Chinese main- that the time is ripe to triggei                                                   restaurant, theater, etc., and nature of entertainmen addition.
                                                                                a decision on Chiang's requests.
                                                                                                                                                                                     The total possible savings re- head of the FBI has come from Francis Biddle, a; lib-
     land.                               spontaneous uprisings. In sever,          Until General de Gaulle's jolt- if Jt isn't otherwise apparent. Business reason or bus}
                                                                                                                                                                                  sulting from the above should eral who was Franklin Roosevelt's wartime attorney
        (As outlined to U.S. officials, instances, Chinese peasants fe ing veto of Eritain's Common ness benefit expected and nature of any business dis
                                                                                                                                                                                                              . $30,00(1 ;eneral. In his recently published book of memoirs,
     Chiang's bold plan calls for in- and hid Chiang's raiders for day Market membership, the Presi- cussion or activity. Business relationship of each pei
      creasing the number and size of before helping them escape.                                                                                                                 which would reduce tfie increase
                                                                                dent and his advisers did not
     his commando-type, raids this Significantly, it is Chiang' take Chiang's plans seriously. son entertained.                                                            ,      in the regional budget from $83,- "In Brief Authority," Bjddle says of Hoover: ". . . h e
      springvand summer.                 position that the strained relation: Now they feel anything can                    Entertainment before or after business discussion 000 to approximately $53,000. cares for power and more power, but unlike many men
                                                                                                                                                                                  am sure the voters of Rumson
        If these raids succeed as plan- between Peking and Mosco' happen.                                             If the entertainment takes place directly preceding oi and Fair Haven would approv it is power bent to the purpose of his life's work—
     ned and produce internal Chinese    greatly reduce the risk of ar             What isn't publicly known Is following a substantial and bona fide business discus an increase of this magnitude.                      (he success of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Ex-
      support, Chiang will then make invasion of the Chinese mainland. that Chiang has substantial capa-                                                                             The Rumson Board of Edu- ternal standards make the safest judge of character,
     his long awaited bid to establish The Kremlin, he contends bility to lift troops onto the main
                                                                                                                      sion, you record not only the' information required foi
                                                                                                                                                                                 cation has held the line on ad-
     a Nationalist "presence" on the would litoe to see the Pekin. land.                                              the entertainment but also details of the business dis- ministrative salaries and on the and Hoover must be described in the light of his work.
     mainland by the end of this year, regime suffer a military setbacl            One estimate of U.S. military cussion—time and duration of the discussion, place, teachers' salary guide. The salary Can the reader recall any other American police force
        For the present, Chiang is seek- or even be toppled. For thi. advisers on Formosa is that the
     ing only non-interference from reason, Chiang holds there woul< Nationalists have enough planes
                                                                                                                      business purpose and business relationship of those guide for the Rumson elementary about which there has never been a breath of corrup-
                                                                                                                                                                                 teachers is currently $4,700 which ion? . . . I know his weaknesses—his passion for the
     the U.S. and a limited amount of be small risk of involving thi and ships to land and drop participating.                                                                   is $300 Jess than the regiona
     special equipment. In the long Soviet.                                    between 5,000 and 10,000 troops              Details required: Each separate expenditure. How guide.                                       imelight, his obsession with the Communists that tends ,
     run, h ; hopes for active U.S.
     support and arms if he triggers
                                                                               in one night and keep them sup-
                                                                               plied for at least 30 days.
                                                                                                                     ever, you can make single daily entries for each of th< If the regional guide is in o include in his net fish that are hardly worth catching
                                                                                                                                                                                 creased by $200 the differentia            . . But the limelight, so skillfully used, is an'asset; of
     a major revolt on the mainland.                                               THE NEW MOOD - The now- following groups: breakfast, lunch and/or dinner; tip: will become $500. This will cause
        The latest American official to
                                          CARMICHAEL                           or-die mood building up in the with their underlying expense; incidental costs of trav a serious morale problem in the his success, and his preachings about the Communists
     hear Chiang make his case for         ^js/**w~                            Formosa government could touch eling away from home such as gas, oil, taxis; and inci elementary school and will no are not without value in our so easy-going American
    his hazardous venture was Rep-                                 Z'll       off a major Kennedy - Chiang                                                                       doubt forpe a large increase in ideology .
     resentative Daniel Flood, D-Pa.,                                         clash unless an agreement is dental costs in connection with entertainment such a: the salary guide for 1964-65
    of the Houoe Military ^Appropri-                                           reached on a course of action.        taxis, telephones.                                          budget.      .                                Since ihilatipn and the Communist conspiracy are
    ation Subcommittee. Subsequent-                                               White House insiders report the           Supporting data: In addition to your current en- It Is for these reasons that I ibviously the two biggest current threats to the; safety
    ly, Flood reported to the White                                           President is keeping his own                                                                      believe the regional Board of
    House that Chiang is in deadly                                            counsel. But it is known that his tries in your diary, you'll need receipted bills'or similar Education should submit a real- of America, it is lucky to have Washington's two. most
   earnest about his "grand design"                                           top advisers in the Defense and evidence to prove amounts spent for lodging while istic budget that does not in- incorruptible public servants in position to face them
    to attempt a return to the main-                                          State Departments, for the first away from home and for other separate expenditure corporate a salary guide increase
   land this year.                                                            time in years, are leaning toward                                                                                                          iown with a loud and resounding "no." • ' -[
                                                                                'unleashing" Chiang — at least
                                                                                                                    of $25 or more. The one exception is thatr-transporta and if they do not hold the line,
             Warning Delivered                                                                                                                                                      think Rumson and Fair Haven
                                                                               tor more daring raids against tion charges of $25 or more need not be supported thi /otcrs should vote against the
       Also, Flood believes the Gen-
   eralissimo has no intention of
                                                                               Jie mainland.                        way if receipts or bills aren't readily available. For >udget.                        .                           50 MILE HIKERS ARE PIKERS
                                                                                  Chiang's 450,000 man army is                                                                                             M. D. Ware
   waiting indefinitely for a decision]
                                                                              at its peak. If it is not used this
                                                                                                                    instance, receipts generally will be needed for plane
   by President Kennedy.
                                                                              year, an expensive program of fares because plane receipts are generally available,
       Flood warned the White House                                              rms modernization will have to but railroad fares of $25 or more wouldn't require this
   that Chiang is well advanced with                                            •: undertaken to maintain its because rail receipts aren't generally given.                           YOUR GARDEN
   his "raiding" preparations, and                                             efficiency.
   il no word comes from Washing-                                                                                           You must keep these records whether you are a                 THIS WEEK
                                                                                  In the case of aircraft, this
   ton, the Nationalist leader will                                          modernization already is under- sole proprietor, professional, etc., or an employee reim                    By Garden Reporter
   go ahead on his own and expand                                                                                                                                                       College of Agriculture
                                                                             way. The F-104, one of the Air bursed for your expenses. A simplified record keeping
   the size and number of his com                                                                                                                                                      Rutgers-The State Unl-
                                                                             Force's best intercepters, is be-
   mando strikes this spring.
                                                                             ing supplied the Nationalists in
                                                                                                                    is possible, though, for employees who are given a per             versify, New Brunswick
       Instead of the 20-man raids                                            limited number.                       diem allowance of not more than $25 per day or who
   staged in recent months, Nation                                                                                                                                                       Mulch
                                                                                                                    are reimbursed up to $25 a day while traveling away In shelteredand Wire some of
  alist attack groups will be in-
  creased to several hundred. For                                                       CHURCH BEING               from home.                                                    he bulbs you planted last (all
  these assaults, Chiang's crack                                                       OVERSHADOWED                        If you're in this group, you'll generally need to nay be pushing spears above-
  troops, including airborne units,                                                                                                                                              ;round. If they are, keep them
 are to be used.                                                                 NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -           show only the time, placeand business purpose of your cool by mulching them, suggests
                                                                                  Dutch professor of church his- trip. You need not go into other details, but your al- Lacey.
      The raiders mission will be to:                                         ory, Dr. J, C. Hoekendijk, pre- lowances and reimbursements must be determined in But you may find" that chil-
 (1) disrupt communications by                                               dicts that in the world's spiraling                                                                 Iren, dogs and cats can hiirt
 blowing up bridges, tunnels, and                                             opulation, Christianity will be- good faith by your employer.                                      >ulbs more than a cold snap.
radio stations; (2) establish con-                                             ome a smaller and smaller pro               It's possible—to end this series on a bright note— A stretch of chicken Wife,
 tacts with friendly groups among                                             ortion of mankind. Writing In that if you keep careful expense account records for haped in the form of an upside-
the peasants and military.                                                    .lotive, a Methodist student                                                                       own "V" may keep off the aiii-
    THE BIG HOPE - According                              HEAP—'              magazine, he says that the pop- 1963, you'll find that you are entitled to deduct even ials and remind the children
to Flosd, Chiang's great hope is                                                lation growth is "fast outstrip-   more than your estimates of past years, and good tat the bulb bed is off limits.'
that the widespread m i s e r y                                                ing the conversion rate," and records can stop a Treasury agent from cutting down And it's a strong-toothed rab-
caused by the devasting failure                                                mt the churches of tomorrow                                                                       it that will try to bite through
of tlie Communists' "great leap 6—Tuesday, Feb. 19, 1963will live "in dispersion as thinly your deduction claims. It's at least possible.                                        'ire to get to,your tender tulip
forward" has spread to the                                                  spread minority groups."                     (End of series of 12 columns on How to Save on Taxes)   loots.                 .       i

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                                                                           TV .Key                        TELEVISION—'                   'OtaaneU

                                                                          Previews                          TUESDAY AFTERNOON             i lJ-Americtn Economy
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                                                                                                                                                                                                              11: *•
                                                                                                                                                                                                  J-News-D, Edwards
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Beloved Frenchman
                                                                           Tonight's top television shows 2-Love Of Life—Serial
                                                                       as previewed and selected by TV 4—Your First Impression .
                                                                                                                                            7-Amerlcan Newsstand
                                                                                                                                          2—Love That Bob—Comedy
                                                                                                                                                                                                  4-News J.K.M. McCaffery
                                                                                                                                                                                                  7-News-Bill Shadel
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Going Strong at 75
                                                                       K-y's staff of experts who at-7—Ernie Ford-Variety            \,   4-News.                                                 9-His Kind Of Woman-1951-
                                                                       tend rehearsals, watch screen- 9—Fireside Theater                  7—Financial News                                                       By STEVEN H. SCHEUER mous Manhattan showcase Ii
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Robert Mitchum-2 Hrs.
                                                                       ings, and analyze scripts in New 13—Of Men And Ideas               9—Zoorama                                                           11:10                                  iwned and operated by, BlBy
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 At an age when most Ameri-
                                                                       York and irollywood.                              12:23            1—Dick Tracy—Cartoons                                   4-Weather                                        Rose who has seen both elephant*
                                                                                                                                                                                                             cans are thankful to be breathing
                                                                                                            2—News—Harry Reasoner        13-Once Upon                                             7-News                                           and tap dancers come and go for
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     remarkable French septua-
                                                                       RED         SKELTON.        Bubbling              12:$»                                                                    1—Steven Allen                                    O
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    i years.
                                                                                                                                                                                                             genarian "feels like a king," and
                                                                       Jayne Mansfield, as a TV mar- 2—Search For Tomorrow                    •I Married Joan—Comedy                          1
                                                                                                                                                                                                             is embarking on a work schedule Chevalier is being followed in-
                                                                       riage counselor named Dr. Toy        4—Truth Or Consequences                      5:2!               4-News
                                                                                                                                                                                                                round the world that would re- to the Zeigfeld by two American
                                                                       Sisters, gives some advice to hen- 5—Cartoons                      1-Rocky And His Friends           5-Fllm-My Son, My Son-1940
                                                                                                                                                                                  ~\% Hrs.                     lect credit on the physical fit- headllners, a 39-year-old violin-
                                                                       pecked George Appleby (Red) 7—Father Knows Best                                   CM                                                                                        ist named Jack Benny and a 50-
                                                                                                                                                                                             11:20             less of Bobby Darin.
                                                                       that really backfires, George's 8—Memory Lane—Joe Franklin 2-Film-The Life Of EmUe                                                                                          year-old comedian named Danny
                                                                       We, Clara, (Virginia Grey) belts l~Rocky And His Friends                Zola-Paul Muni-75 Min.       2-Film-Helto Frisco Hello-           Capturing the quality and spirit
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Kaye. It is a measure of Billy
                                                                       him and he ends up in the hospi-                                   5—Sandy's Hour                          1949-AUce Faye-2Hrs.          : this ageless performer, both
                                                                       tal where S>e "good" doctor con-                am                 7-Highway Patrol                                   11:30             iffstage and on, is no easy task,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Rose's esteem for Chevalier's
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   prowess and ability to bold an
                                                                       tinues her treatment. Jayne al- 2-Guiding Light-Serial             8-Film-The Men-19S0-MarIo 4—Johnny Carson                           sut NBC producer-director Eu-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   audience that he booked Beany
                                                                        so huskily^ delivers "The Glory II—Merry Mailman—Children              Brando—90 Min.               7—Film—Massacre At Sand          gene Jones has pulled it off with
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   and Kay with a variety of sup-
                                                                       of Love" and Red has a fine time                  12:50           11-Popeye                                Creek—John Derek—90 Min. particular deftness. I have seen porting, acts on each bill.
                                                                        in a pantomime sketch about a 1-News                                     TUESDAY EVENING                             12:00            he results of his labors and urge
                                                                        freezing artist. 8:30 p.m. CBS.                  12:55                                              ,1-News                          you to tune in Friday night to I went to the ZlegteW Theater                1
                                                                                                            4—News—Ray Scherer                           •:M                                                 NBC's offering of "The World of last night to catch Chevalier *
                                                                                                                                          7-News                                             12:40                                                 show and then dined with "Mau-
                                                                                                                          1:00                                                                               Maurice Chevalier."
                                                                           JACK, BENNY. A wild showl                                      1—Three Stooges                   .1—News                                                                rice of Paris" as French TV re-
                                                                                                             2—Women's Page                                                                                      Thanks to Jones, and the candid
                                                                        Last week n e k was a crazy Fla-                                 13-What's New-Children                              12:50                                                 fers p him la his hotel suite.
                                                                                                             4—Leave It To The Girls                                                                           ipproach of writer Joseph Liss
                                                                        menco dancer and this week he's                                                  CIS                 S-News                                                                His commitments for the balance
                                                                                                             5—Cartoons                                                                                       his hour-long program turns out
                                                                        the great song writer, Stephen                                    7-Weather                                          1:00                                                  of this year include a tour of
                                                                                                             7—Answering Service
                                                                        Foster. Benny's Foster is a strug;                                               <:»                 4-News                            o be a unique, if slightly belated
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Scandinavia this spring and then
                                                                                                             1—Superman                                                                                       Valentine, to the most enduring
                                                                        glisg bum whose songs are sec-!                                   7-Sports-H. CoseU                  5-Fiim-Doll Face-1945-^                                               performing his one man show in
                                                                                                            13—Exploring Nature                                                                                'arlety performer In the history
                                                                       [find rate until his wife (singer                                                  1:25                    Vivian Blaine-90 Min.                                            Paris for a month in the summer,
                                                                                                                          1:25                                                                               of modern showbusiness.
                                                                        Connie' Francis) inspires him                                     7—Capsule Comment                                                                                        followed by "concerts" in leading
                                                                        with a shotgun. 9:30 p.m. /CBS.                                                   (:10               9—Almanac Newsreel                  I first saw Maurice Chavlier cities of South America.
                                                                                                             2—As The World Turns         4-Local News—G. Pressman                            1:05           perform his one man show in Lon
                                                                            DICK POWELL SHOW. "Ap-5—Film-Captain Black Jack-              5—Mickey Mouse Club                4—Mayor Of The Town             don during the summer of 1948 He Is considering bids from To-
                                                                        j>les Don't Fall Far." Two mov- 1952—George Sanders—85
  CONNII FRANCIS, one of the country's most popular ing cases from the basis of this                                                      7-News                             7-Film-Hot Cargo-194S-          when he was a mere stripling, kyo and Moscow and is particu-
                                                                                                                 Min.                      1—Quick Draw McGraw                    Wiliiam Gargan—75 Min.     aged 60. He enjoyed a rapturous larly intrigued with both offer*
  young singers, is Jack Benny's special guast on "Thepilot film- of a potential parole 9—Star And Story—Drama                            13—Profile: New Jersey             »-News and Weather              reception from the sophisticated as even Chevalier has never ap-
  Jack Benny Program" tonight (9:30-10:00 p.m., EST) on series, A good cast, David 1-Global Zobel                                                                                             1:15           London audiences.                     peared in these countries. With
                                                                                                                                                          «:«                                                                                       luck, American TV audiences
                                                                        Wayne, Michael Kane and John- 3—Where Does It Come From            4-Weather                         2-News
  th» CBS Ttltvision Network.                                              y Crawford, tells the story of a                                                                                   1:23
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Fifteen years later France's may see a couple of special shows
                                                                                                                          1:45                            «:«                                                goodwill ambassador, as Che-          next season with Chevalier ap-
                                                                         boy who learns that his father 4-News                             2-New»                            2-Film-A Foreign Affair—1948 valier likes to think of himself,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   pearing himself and serving to
Hollywood:                                                                   in prison on a second degree                 2:00
                                                                        murder charge. Case number two 2—Password—Allen Ludden
                                                                                                                                           4-News                                 Marlene Dietrich-2'/, Hrs.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   having precisely the same ef. introduce major young European
                                                                                                                                           7—Focus On The News                                                 tact upon New Yorkers privileged artists that he feels are not yet
                                                                          leals briefly with a parole of- 4-Merv Griffin-Variety                                             4—Sermonette—Religion            to see his one man show winding sufficiently appreciated in the

          She'll Be Back                                                ficer's efforts in getting a job for 7—Day In Court—Drama

                                                                        with hooks for hands. 9:30 p.m. 1—Divorce Court—Education
                                                                              convict, a skilled machinist ^-Public Arts                   4-Ripcord
                                                                                                                                           7—Phil Silvers—Comedy

                                                                                                                                                                             J-Glve Us This Dav
                                                                                                                                                                                                             up an incredible successful run America he so loves,
                                                                                                                                                                                                              at the Ziegfeld Theater, This fa-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Chevalier told me his love af-
         By BOB THOMAS                                                                                                    2:10             9—Merrytoon Circus ,                                                                                   fair with America began when
                                                                                                             13—Sdenland                 11-News ,                                 WEDNESDAY MORNING                                               was 10 and was greatly intensi-

                  TV Key
     AP Movle-Televtalon Writer
   HOLLYWOOD (AP) - Will die
or won't she?
                                                                            GARRY MOORE. A pleasant
                                                                         outing as Garry welcomes funny 7-News
                                                                         man Jonathan Winters, singer-

                                                                                                                                          13—American Business System

                                                                                                                                                           7:lt              2—Previews

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   fied at the time of .his first ap-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   pearance in America in 1928. At
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   last night's performance the au-
                                                                         dancer Carol Lawrence, and fre- 2-House Party-A. Linkletter

   The answer ii yes, Donna Reed
will be back on television next
                                                                          juent guest Dorothy Loudon. Win 7—Seven Keys—J. Narz
                                                                          ;ers shines in his comedy mono- 9—Film—Teenage Bad Girl—1957
                                                                         logue and in a sketch with Gar-         90 Min.
                                                                                                                                          11-Local News

                                                                                                                                                                              2-Give Us This Day

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    dience gave Chavlier a standing
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   ovation with half a dozen cur-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    tain calls and he was obviously
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    moved by this response. "Playing
                                                                         ry about a "hip" old folks' 13-New York Metropolis                                7:25              4—Sermonette                                                           to this kind of an audience is a
   The announcement that the Don-        By STEVEN H. SCHEUER                                                                             U-Weather
                                                                         home. Carol dances to the popu-                   2:55                                                               6:00                                                  kind of love-making," Chevalier
na.Reed Show had been renewed Question — Red Skelton is thelar "Days of Wine and Roses"                                                                    7:30               2-College of the Air                                                  said simply and sincerely.
tor a sixth year ended what some!    finest comedian on IV. I can' and Miss Loudon gets more of a 5—News                                   2—Marshall Dillon—Western          4-Continental Classroom
                                      think of another comic who is      chance this week to display he:                                   4—Laramie—Western                                  6:»                                                      Tune in Friday night to learn
people in the trade consider an                                                                                            3:00
                                      so versatile and whose show is singing talents as well as her 2—To Tell The Truth-Panel              5—Lock Up—Drama                    2—Sunrise Semester                                                    more about Chevalier, as an art-
annual clirfhanger. Last year at                                                                                                           7—Combat—Drama                                                                                           ist and a human being, and you'll
                                      always funny, Please print one expert downing ability, "Thai 4—Loretta Young                                                           4—Continental Classroom
thi* time. Donna .expressed doubt of your biographies about this Wonderful Year," is 1954 and the                                          9-Film-His Kind Of Woman-                                                                               understand why American audi-
                                                                                                              5—Doorway To Destiny                                                             7:00
that she would want to face an- great comic. I understand he nev- rudy Garland hit movie of thai 7—Queen For A Day                              1951—Robert Mitchum-2 Hrs.                                                                          ences in 1963 are sharing this
                                                                                                                                                                              2-News and Weather                                                    love-match with such relish and
other season. She was persuaded er went to school. It's amazing year, "A Star Is Born," gets a 11—How To Marry A Millionaire 11—Best Of Groucho—Quiz                          4—Today—Hugh Downs                                                    appreciation.
                                      how far he got without an edu-good ribbing in a sketch with 13-News                                 13—Art Of Film-Movies
to go for five.                                                                                                                                                              7—Early Bird Cartoons
                                      cation.—Mrs. B. E., Roanoke, Va. Dorothy and Durwood. 10 p.m.                        3:15                            8:00                               7:03
    Recently she again was report-
ed as dubious about going it Answer — Red was bom Rich- CBS.
•gain. * The renewal came last ard Skelton on July 18, 1913 in
                                      Vincennes, Ind. He was stuck CHET HUNTLEY REPORT-
                                                                                                            13—Music Onterlude
                                                                                                              2—News—Douglas Edwards
                                                                                                                                           2—Lloyd Bridges
                                                                                                                                           5-Wire Service
                                                                                                                                          11—High Road
                                                                                                                                                                             5—Call To Prayer—Religion

                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Elvis Presley sings and dances
                                                                                                                                                                                                              his way through the happy new
                                                                                                                                                                                                              Hal Wallis, Technicolor produc-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  MOVIE TIMETABLE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 RED BANK
                                      with the nickname "Red" almos ING. "Yankee Stay Here." Re-                           3:25           13-Age Of Dissent                                   7:M              :ion, "GIRLS, GIRLS, GIRLS!" CARLTON-
 ' "I know it sounds like an an-      from the very beginning. With      warding report on how one ma- 2—News                                              8: ID             5—Columbia Lectures              co-starring Laurel Goodwin and                Itoia'. Jumbo 1:00: T:0O; I'M
nual .event," she said. "But hon-     very little education (be only jor American business, United                         3:30             2-Red Skelton                    7-News                                                                           LONG BRANCH
                                                                                                                                                                                                              Stella Stevens which will be
estiy, I didn't say anything this went up to third grade), Red Fruit Co., managed to substan- 2—Millionaire—Drama                           •—Empire                                          8:00            shown at Loew's "35" Drive-In BARONET-
year. Maybe someone else did, started his show business career tially change the image of Amer- 4—Young Dr. Malone                          7—Hawaiian Eye                    2—Captain Kangaroo                                                  1 Jumbo^g); 1:30; Sawn Ouat 130:
but I kept my mouth shut. I by joining a traveling medicine ican business in one South Amer- 5—Mr. District Attorney                                                                                          Theatre, for one week starting
                                                                                                                                          11—Eva Peron                        5-Sandy Becker—Children          Wednesday, February 20th. „                     ASBURY PARK
learned my lesson last year."         show. He graduated to vaudevilli ican company thanks to an over- 7—Who Do You Trust                                  8:00               7—Tommy Seven—Cartoons                                                 LYRIC-
                                                                                                             11—Best Of Groucho                                                                                   Elvis portrays the role of
    Any such pronouncement stirs a and burlesque within a few short due but increasingly enlightened                                      13-Music At Large                                    8:30
                                      years, Red's first big time en- change in their economic and la-lJ-Television For Teachers                                                                               fishlng boat captain who sings a £ f - * * 1 -""' 8 : M ! ' : M : » *
fuss in network, sponsor tad ad                                                                                                                            9:30               7-Q. T. Hush
                                                                                                                           4:00                                                                                in a night club during the eve- TUt Lor««it D«jr 1:30,
agency circles, not to mention gagement was at the Paramount bor policies. Focuses on Colom- 2—Secret Storm—Serial                          2-Jack Benny                                       8:45            ning to earn money to purchase
                                     |Theater in New York City dur- bia and shows how the nativi                                                                                                                                                              NEPTUNE CITY
Donna'* myriad o{ fata, •                                                                                                                                                     7—King Odie
  • Donna didn't seem perturbed at    ing the middle of the depression. workers are adversely affected by 4—Match Game—G. Rayburn           4-Dick Powell
                                                                                                                                                                                                               the sea craft he captains. MisslNEPTUNE CITY—
                                      Movie scouts spotted him and of-the withdrawal of United Fruil 5—Deputy Dawg—Cartoons                 7—Untouchables                                                        oodwin and Miss Stevens vie Th< Ztro 1:35.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            lUven 7:00; 10:00; PuM
the. prospect of another season.                                                                              7—American Bandstand          J—Film—It Happened In Broad 9—News and Weather                     for the affection and attention of
                                      fered him a screen test at M-G*     from certain aspects of banan 9—Buccaneers
    "Actually, the crucial point M. His screen test is said tc
 came for me after the'first two be one of the funniest ever filmed production. Interesting commen- 11—Bozo The ClownTeachers
                                                                                                                                                Daylight-1960-80 Min. '      13-News
                                                                                                                                                                                                               the eligible nautical song man.                    North of Rtd Bank
                                                                                                                                          11—Great Teachers                                                       The new musical features Elvis |       ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS
seasons," she remarked. "Don't and be was signed without any             tary from Colombian politicans 13—Television For                                                     9—Almanac Newsreel
                                                                                                                           4:25                             10:00                                              engaging in both song and dance ATLANTIC-
ntf I was tired; I was exhausted. hesitation. His first movie was         and labor spokesmen, 10:30 p.m.                                                                                      8:00
                                                                                                              4-News                         2-Garry Moore                                                     in thirteen new numbers with T . t u Bulb* 7:00: 8:13,
They had me in every scene of "Whistling m the Dark." Hi NBC.                                                U—Mr. Peabody                   5—Detectives                     2 - U f e Of Rlley-Comedy        girls oJ various nationalities in-                  HAZLET
every show.                           made many movies after the suc- CHINESE NEW YEAR'S PA                                                11-Californians -                  4-Trouble With Father            cluding Chinese, Hawaiian, Span- LOEWS DRIVE-IN-
                                                                                                                           4:30                                              7—Funny Manns                             g                     p         C&rtooni T:00; 8o6om A Oomorrtli
    "It is sheer suicide for any per- cess of his first flm and rose to jRADE. (Special). The pagean- 2-Edge Of Night                      »-World At Thirteen
                                                                                                                                                                              W a c k La Lanne                 ish and Siamese. Among the 7:07; 10:11: Oreclw HolUu 10:00.
former to be In every shot, wheth- stardom on radio in addition tc xy of the colorful San Francisco 4—Make Room For Daddy,                                 10:30             11—Operation Alphabet             songs featured is the currently                PERTH AMBOY
er It is a movie or a television films. He was divorced by hi) Chinese New Year's parade cai 5—Felix And The Wizard                          4-Chet Huntley                  13—Profile: New Jersey            very popular Return To Send-1 MAJESTIC—
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        - - .
•eries. It's not only the exhaustion first wife in 1943 and he met seen in this special show cele- 7—Discovery '53—Children
                                                                         be                                                                  7—Chinese New Year's Parade                                       er."                                    Wait Silt Story 9:30; 5:35; 8:10,
that comes from such strenuous his present wife, Georiga, while brating the "Year of the Hare' 9—Chubby Jackson—Cartoons                   11—Mike Hammer—Mystery                              9:21                                                                 EDISON
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Also being shown with Elvis MEMO PARK CINEMA-
work. You simply can't hold the he was serving in the Army dur- (Chinese Lunar Year 4661) 11—Cartoon Zoo                                   13—Age Of Kings—Drama              5-News
                                                                                                                                                                                                               Presley In "GIRLS, GIRLS, A C M li Wtttlns *:10; « « ! till)
audience's attention when you're ing WW IL They had two chil- 'Combat" co-stars, Rick Jasoi                                                                                                    9:10
                                                                                                                                                                                                               GIRLS!" is the exciting "STRA- t:D0.
n front of them all the time. dren, Valentina and Richard. and Vic Morrow, and nightclu'                                                                                      i-Our Miss Brooks               jTEGIC AIR COMMAND" with
                                      Richard died of leukemia in                                                                                                             4—Dr. Joyce Brothers                                                              MONTCLAIR
    "I took action myself. I went 1958. Red went into a short pe- and TV entertainer,                                                                                         *—Topper—Comedy
                                                                                                                                                                                                               Jimmy Stewart and June Allyson, CLAIRIDGE-
through file scrips and cut myself riod of retirement after the trag- Sing, will serve as commentators.                                                                        f—Gale Storm—Comedy
                                                                                                                                                                                                                also in color.                         Wonderful World e l Ui« Bntlwn
out of scenes where my presence edy of his son's death. He re-!           10:30 p.m. ABC.                                                                                                                                                              Qrlmm 8:00.
                                                                                                                                                                              <>-Film-Bandido-1956-S0 Min.
wasn't necessary. I doubt if many turned to night duba and TV but
performers nave ever cut their hasn't made a film since the 1957 TONIGHT. Johnny
parts before, but it was neces- "Public Pigeon No. I."
sary for me to survive."
                                                                          guests on this informal gabfest
                                                                                                                                                                             11-r-Camedy Party
                                                                                                                                                                             1!—Parlons Francais I
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          WALTER READE
                                                                          are Jan Murray, Robert Merrill
                                                                          the Dave Brubeck Quartet, am                                                                         (-News
    Indeed she did survive, against                                                                                                                                          11—Where Does It Come From
powerhouse competition (Perry Question — Is it true that Pe- magazine writer Eleanor Harris,                                                                                                                                                          tP-flRLTOn
Mason this season). Her feat ister Falk is going to be a regula (Color) 11:30 p.m. NBC.                                                                                                       10:00
aB the more remarkable in an era                                                                                                                                              2-Calendar                                                        E
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      V ^ R D BANK
                                      on "Route 66" starting next                                                                                                             4-Say When
when female-starred series have year? He is my favorite actor on on TV?—Mrs. T. R., Port Saint
                                                                                                                                                                              V-Film—Every Saturday Night
had rough going.                      TV and I would like to see him      Joe, Florida                                                                                                                                                         A Family Trtor
                                                                                                                                                                                   —1938-June Lang
    A major factor in the success have a series of Ms own.—M. L., Answer — The stars of the 1936                                                                           |7-Suzle—Comedy                                                    Set to tht Mule
of the Donna Reed Show may well Boonville, Ind.                           film were Sylvia Sydney, Henry                                                                   ' l l - E d Allen
be that it fits her, and vice versa. Answer — There's a rumor tha Fonda and Fred MacMurray. The                                                                                               10: OS                                      of RODGERS & HART
This Is no accident. When a plot Falk's been offered a part in film was one of the first outdoor                                                                             li—Issue And The Challenge
or piece of business seems out of"Route 66" as a regular but he           adventures to be filmed In tech-                                                                                     10:20
character, she balks.                 doesn't want to be tied down with nicolor and caused quite a stir
    Donna perhaps has more ease a series. He would rather free when it was first released. It ha:
                                                                                                                                                                               r-News                                                                                   DORIS
 in having her opinions heard than lance as he has been doing on been on TV.                                                                                                  4—News
most stars. Her producer is herTV and in the movies.
husband, Tony Owen;                                                          (For an answer to your ques
                                         Question — Who played in thi ions about any TV program oj
  tti F U N gimi tint nukis movie "The Trail of the Lone- actor, write to Steven H. Scheuer
                                                                                                                                                                              2—1 Love Lucy—Comedy
                                                                                                                                                                              4—Play Your Hunch
                                      some Pine," and has it ever been TV Key Mailbag, cA> this paper)                                                                        7—Girl Talk                                 2PJW.                       JIMMY         MARTHA
THINKING                                                                     After the Yankees releases
                                                                                                                                                                             11—Film-Guest In The House—
                                                                                                                                                                                   1944-Anne Baxter-80 Min.               Starts                      BOYD DURANTE RAYE
                                          THE KEY                        Robio Roberts without a pitching
                                                                          turn last spring, the right handei 'JUMBO' — Doris Day, Stephen Boyd, Jimmy Durante 13—Parlons Francais I
                                                                          compiled a 10-9 record with and Martha Raye are the stars of Billy Rosa's 'Jumbo,'
                                                                              ltimore. His earned run mart Metro Goldyn Mayer's spectacular musical with a circus

                                                                                                                                                                              2—McCoys—Comedy                          •TERM of
                                                                         of 2.78 was second in the Amer-                                                                                                                  TRIAL"
                                                           to             ican League.                         background fop th* first of a series. of triple feature 4-Prlce Is Right
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            COFFER SERVED WITH
                                                                                                               programs to be presented every Friday and Saturday at 7—Jane Wyman—Drama ,                                                      OCR COMPLIMENTS
                                                          priceless                                                                                                           9—Playhouse 60
                                                                                                               the Eatontown Drive-In. Companion features this week 13-Wonder Of Words                                                          FREE COLOB T. V,
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 Ceremony in New York
                                                                          Sandra Monahan Wed In Holy Family Church                                                                                                      Adam and Eve
                                                                              UNION BEACH - Holy Fam-bridegroom; Miss Darlene Camp, They wore street - length gowns honor attendant'* gown and

        Miss Barst Married                                                  ily Catholic Church was the set-     Union Beach, and Mrs. Stephen of taffeta fashioned with long- matching flower headpiece was
                                                                            ting here Saturday for the mar-Zawada, Port Richmond, Staten sleeved fitted bodices and floor- gold and the attendants', emerald
                                                                            riage of Miss Sandra Ruth Mona- Island.                               length matching overskirts. The green. They carried cascade bou
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Honeymoon Is
      MATAWAN. — Announcement ble ring ceremony. A reception han, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.                                                                                           quets of tangerine carnations and
   is made by Mr. and Mrs. Jack followed.                                                                                                                                                                                    (Do you have a personal that G.I. knock* you out pi the
                                                                            John Monahan, 414 Aumack Ave.                                                                            Orange Delight roses.
   Barst, 65 Andover La., of the Mr. Barst gave his daughter in to John Walsh, son of Mr. and                                                                                          Flower girl was Barbara Mona-      question or problem? Send it running forever.               |
   marriage of their daughter, Miss marriage. She wore a sheath of Mrs. Albert Walsh of 6 Fisher                                                                                     han, at home, sister of the bride. to-Adam or Eve Lowell or both,         As a service man yqurtelf
   Marine Adele Barst, to Sanford peau de sole and lace fashioned PI., Clark Township.                                                                                               She wore an emerald green floor- as you prefer. For a person* you should have learned that
   Marvin Pesner, son of Mr. and        with a bouffant overskirt and ca- Rev. John Meehan officiated.                                                                               length frock, a small flower head- al. unpublished reply, enclose the best maneuver is pome-
   Mrs. Julius Pesner ol Bronx thedral train and embroidered A reception followed here in the                                                                                        piece, and carried a princess ba a stamped, self-addressed enve- times a frontal approach, tod
   N. Y.                                with seed pearls and iridescent American Legion Hall.                                                                                        Ket of carnations and roses to lope. Mail to ADAM & EVE, that delaying tactics cjin be
      The ceremony took place Jan       sequins,. She carried two orchids                                                                                                            match those carried by the bridal c/o The Register.)
                                        and stephanotis on a Bible.            Mr. Meehan gave his daughter                                                                                                                                                  disastrous. When a j!tri li
   20 in The FounUinhead Restau-                                                                                                                                                     attendants.                                                             ready (or love and marriage,
   rant, New Rochelle, N. Y. Rabbi        The couple were attended by in marriage. She wore a long-                                                                                              Beit Man
                                                                            sleeved gown of white satin fash-                                                                                                           DEAR ADAM AND EVE:                   don't buy a calculator, buy •
   A. Sussner officiated at the dou Mrs. Stanley Seaman, Matawan, ioned with an embroidered neck-                                                                                      Peter Konopko, Keyport, was                                           wedding ring!
                                        sister of the bride, and Julius                                                                                                              best man, Ushers were John I read in the paper the other
                                        Rossman, Bronx, N. Y. Three- line and a full skirt terminating                                                                               Monahan, Union Beach, brother      day that a professor has invented                                Eve
                                        year old        Mitchell Seaman, in a chapel train from a bustle                                                                             of the bride; Roger Rhode, West a robot that mops the floor and
                                        son of Mrs. Seaman and nephew back. Her three-tier veil was se-                                                                              field, and Robert Votapek, Unioi sweeps up and that b« expects DEAR ADAM AND EVE:
                                       of the bride, was page boy. His      cured by a double crown of se-                                                                                                              to improve it soon so that it will I have been married for almost
                                                                            quins and pearls and she car-                                                                            Beach.           '
                                        father, Stanley Seaman, brother-                                                                                                               The bride and bridegroom are do all the housework and have a year to a wonderful,,! under-
                                        in-law of the bride, served as an   ried a cascade bouquet of white
                                                                                                                                                                                     graduates of Keyport High School. the mentality of a low-grade standing man who lovje* and
                                        usher with Howard Katz, Brook- roses and carnations.                                                                                         She is employed as a service monkey. That's all it takes to trusts me. My problem:;it that
                                       lyn: Norman Wasserman, Alan                  Honor Attendant
                                                                                                                                                                                     representative by the New Jersey do housework anyway. Please he wants to start tinging and
                                       Rosenfeld and Stanley Pesner, Miss Marlene Coffey, Keans                                                                                      Bell Telephone Co., Keyport.       let me know right away where to playing guitar with a bund and
                                       brother of the bridegroom, all ofburg, was maid of honor for her                                                                                The. bridegroom attended Seton write this professor because I it's something he's always; wanted
                                        the Bronx. Eugene Pesner of             ce. Also attendants of the                                                                           Hall University and Is employed want to trade my wife for theto do. I want him to b« happy
                                       Brooklyn, another brother of thebride were Miss Diane Walsh,                                                                                  by the Kearny Smelting Co., robot. Just make sure the robot but I am afraid of this because
                                       bridegroom, also ushered.            Clark Township, sister of the                                                                            Kearny.                            doesn't talk or wear curlers.       I am the very jetloua tjv* and
                                          The bride's attendant wore a                                                                                                                 On their return from a weddini                      Ready to Trade fear that his new work might
                                        gown of blue peau de sole beaded                                                                                                                                                  Dear Ready To Trade:              break up our marriage. I wish
                                       with sequins and pearls and she
                                        carried a bouquet of blue and
                                                                         Shrewsbury                                                                                                  trip, the couple will reside
                                                                                                                                                                                    Linden.                                 The robot doesn't talV or I could be understanding about
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          have hair but when you curl it and trust him completely, but
                                       pink, roses.                                                                                                                                                                       up with it at night it's apt to sometimes I just don't. He love*
               TODAY                      The bride is attending New     Pupils On                                                                                                   List Winners                        mop up the floor with you.         singing so much. Can jiou give
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Adam and Eve me some advice as to what to
     SMORGASBORD S U P P E R York University School of Edu-
  Women of Christ Episcopa cation in New York, where she
  Church, Middletown. Servings at is in her junior year.                 Radio Report                                                                                                In Poster                          DEAR ADAM AND EVE:
  5:15, 6:15 and 7:15 p.m., Leeds The bridegroom was graduated SHREWSBURY — On Gov.                                                                                                                                        I am in love with a girl whom Dear Midwesterner: j
  Hall, Kings Hwy., Middletown. from City College of New York Richard J. Hughes' weekly radio
     COVERED DISH SUPPER, At- with a bachelor of science report on Station WJLK tonight
                                        degree. He received hi3 master's at 11:35 p.m., fifth graders and
                                                                                                                                                                                     Competition                        I've been going with for five Let him do the work that
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        years. During the first two or makes him happiest. Jf he's
  lantic    Highlands Republican                                                                                                                                                       MATAWAN - Mrs. Woredel three years all she could think going to be unfaithful he can
  Club, 7 to 9 p.m., Sea Scouts degree in industrial psychology teacher Miss Louise Jost of the                                                                                      Pearson, chairman of the Junioi about was marriage, but I felt manage it in any jo*, but if
  Building, Atlantic Highlands.        from the University of Massachu- Shrewsbury Borough School will                                  Mrs. John Walsh                             American Red Cross Council          I wasn't ready. When I got out he's doing what he likes to do
                                       setts. Mr. Pesner is credited with be heard as replacements for the                                                                          the Matawan Grammar School of service I really wanted to get and you encourage him, he's
                                        founding Briggs Dynasty, a City governor.                                                                                                    has announced prize winners in married but I thought it would more apt to be a contented hus-
             TOMORROW                  College house plan.
                                                                                                                To Wed Army Officer
     POUNDERS DAY LUNCHEON The couple have returned from Thursday, when the program                                                                                                  recent poster contest.             be best to wait just a little long'
  Monmouth County Council of a Miami wedding trip and reside was taped in his office in Tren-                                                                                                                           er while I saved up some money. band. If you hound him at
                                                                                                                                                                                       Fourth, fifth and sixth grade                                         his guitar-strumming he's more
  PTAs, 12 noon, Royal Manor at 1482 Montgomery Ave., Bronx. ton, the governor was vacation-                                                                                         students participated. First prize But my girl friend met a sol' likely to he "nothfn'|but •
  Restaurant, Wall Township.                                                ing in Florida,                                                                                          was awarded to Susan Sigmund,      dier, and.she tells me she cares houn' dog"!               'j
                                                                                                                   HOLMDEL        Mr, and Mrs.
     DINNER, Monmouth Brown                                                   The children's subject will be
                                                                                                                 Kurt W. Hofsess, Hillcrest Rd.,                                     second prize to Nancy Schafei a great deal for him — but still                        . Adun and Eve
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        loves me. When this happened
  Club, 6:30 p.m., Georgian House,
  Deal.                               Announce                              the school's tercentenary project
                                                                            "The Shrewsbury Mosaic." Mod- announce the engagement of their
                                                                           erator will be David Davies, ex- daughter, Miss Ramona C. Hof-
                                                                                                                                                                                     and Cindy Dell, third prize
                                                                                                                                                                                     Blair Miller and fourth prize      I began begging her to marry
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        me, because I love her and Dessert Meeting
     CARD PARTY, St. Agnes                                                                                                                                                           Richard Brown.
  Guild of St. Clement's Episcopal    Marriage                             ecutive director of the New Jer-      sess, to Lt. Robert L. Kelley,
  Church, Belford, 8 p.m., in the RED BANK — Announcement sey Tercentenary Commission. U. S. Army. He is the son of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        can't stand to lose her now. I'm
                                                                                                                                                                                       Honorable mentions were re- saving for a good future and I Set for Thursday
                                                                                                                                                                                     ceived by Russell Butler, Nina want her to be part of it. I am
                                                                              The permanent historical mo-
  church.                              is made of the marriage of Mrs. saic completed by fourth graders Mr. and Mrs. Cecil L. Kelley of                                              Bell, Joyce Getshall, Dorene Gay positive we can work things out. J . I T T L E S I L V E ^ - T h e
                                       Agnes Hartley of Kearny, widow last year in the school was dedi- Annapolis, Mo.                                                               Patricia Connelly, William Hi But last week she suggested that literature department M the
              THURSDAY                 of William Hartley, to Ralph C. cated Oct. 20, 1962. The 29 by 5- The bride-elect is a graduate                                               and David Moreley.                 we shouldn't see each other for Woman's Club will meef for des-
     WATER COLOR DEMONSTRA Jobes, 751 Newman Springs Rd. foot mosaic, which can be seen > Keyport High School and is
                                                                                                                  f                                                                    Junior Council members are a while and should date others. sert Thursday at I In the
  TION by Ceil Grayer, Members' The ceremony took place. Sat- by the public at the Middle Build- employed in (he Civilian Per-                                                       Edward Pearson, David Kamin- agreed reluctantly, and I'm               clubhouse. Guest speakejr will be
  Coffee Hour, Junior Service irday here in Holy Trinity Evan- ing of the school on Obre PI., sonnel Office of the U. S. Army                                                       sky, Gary Rutledge, Earl Sid- afraid now that I will lose her. Mrs. H. D. Van Najunan of
  League of Red Bank, 9:30 to gelical Lutheran Church. Rev. Shrewsbury, contains three pan- Electronics Research and Devel-                                                         dons and Lane Emley.                   still love her very muoh. What Rumson. She will di»iujs the
  11.30 a.m., club house.              Harold Horaberg, pastor, offici- els pf historic scenes concerning opment Laboratory, Fort Mon-                                                 Mrs. Howard Wolverton, gram can I do?
                                       ated.                               New Jersey.                                                                                                                                            '    Adam and Eve Fan     Pulitzer Prize book ^Travels
     ANNUAL DINNER, Licensed                                                                                     mouth.                                                             roar school art director, was ihf
  Practical Nurses Association, 7 The couple were attended by The pupils, who are members Lt. Kelley, on duty at the U.S.                                                           judge.                               Dear Adam and Eve Fan:             With Charley" by John SteWbatk.
 p.m., Crystal Brook Inn, Eaton- Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Williams of of a history club called the Jer-               Army Satellite Communications                                         A donation to the Red Cros;          Absence never makes the Mrs. John J. Douster,;j is chair-
 town.                                 Lincroft, brother-in-law and sis-   seyanna Club, also will discuss Agency, Fort Monmouth, is a                                              was made from the registratoi heart grow fonder when there's man of the group. Hostesses will
     "TIME OF THE CUCKOO," ter of the bride. A reception fol- their newest historical interest graduate of the Missouri School                                                      fund. The posters will be dis- an a t t r a c t i v e competitor be Mrs. Edmund Canajina, Mrs.
 Monmouth Players, benefit per- lowed in the Lincroft Inn.                project—the study of Shrewsbury of Mines and Metallurgy, Rolla,                                           played in the new Strathmore around. Better get in there Arthur Holey and Mri. X, S.
 formance for Navesink Library Mr. Jobes was previously mar- Schools from Colonial times. Mo., where he received a bache-                                                           School and in business establish- and start pitching fast before Smith.                         I      . '
 Association, 8.30 p.m., Navesink ried to the late Ellen Jobes. He Spokesmen will be Cathy DeSan- lor of science degree in electronic                                               ments.
 Library.                             is employed at Fort Monmouth. Us, Elaine Wells, John Johnstone engineering. He is a member of

                                                                                                                                                                                    Club Holds Plan Wedding in Fall
                                                                          and Robert Feddler. John Eyles, honor fraternities Tau Beta Phi             Miss Ramona C. Hofsess
                                                                          of the school'faculty, is co-spon- and Eta Kappa Nu. Prior to en-
    Susan Royce Engaged                                                   sor with Miss Jost of the after- tering military service in Sep-
                                                                          hour school club. Mrs. Feddler tember, 1961, Lt. Kelley was with              Birthday Party
                                                                          and Mrs. Johnstone furnished the the McDonnell Aircraft Corp., St. HAZLET — Heidi Kreuter cel-            Anniversary
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           JERSEY CITY — Announce-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ment is made by Mrs. Anna T.
                                         LITTLE SILVER — Mr. and           transportation and accompanied Louis, Mo.                             ebrated her seventh birthday at a                                     Plager, 289 Communipaw Ave.,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       of the engagement of her daugh-
                                      Mrs. Clinton K. Royce, 2 Daniel the group to Trenton.
                                      Dr., announce the, engagement
                                                                                                                                                 party held last week in the
                                                                                                                   A spring wedding is planned. Colony Restaurant. She is the       Celebration                        ter, Miss Joyce Plager, to An-
                                      of their daughter, Miss Susan Gen-           THIRD BIRTHDAY                                                daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack LITTLE SILVER — The Junto thony De Stefano, Jr., son of Mr.
                                      evieve Royce, to Cadet Michael HAZLET - Steven Mizrahi                         CLIPT WINGS TO MEET         Kreuter, 329 Middle Rd.            Woman's Club celebrated its 13thand Mrs. Anthony De Stefano, Sr.,
                                      Oakley Moorman of the United celebrated his third birthday re- WEST END - Mrs. William L. Attending were Dawn Poosiki anniversary last week. The 'Fed-1M North Sunnycrest Dr., Little
                                      States Mlitary Academy. He is cently with a party held at his Corley, 22 Wertheim St., will be an, Madeline and Barbara Oman eration Night activities wen Silver.
                                      the son of Senior Master Sgt. Ed-home, 7 Wintrhop PI. Guests hostess to members of the New                 Louise Ann Jakstonis, Santa Ca- highlighted by a talk given b; Miss Plager, daughter also of
                                      win M. Moorman, U. S. Air were Amy and Robin Bleich, Jersey Chapter of the Clipt ma, Laurie Himelfarb, Karen Mrs. John C. Antliff, illustrated the late August Plager, was grad-
                                      Force, and Mrs. Moorman, Tor- Billy, Anne Marie, and Margaret Wings Club Thursday at 8:30 Blaney, Marc Kreuter, Ellen and by a film on the subject of theuated from St. John's Villa Acad-
                                      rejon Air Force Base, Madrid, Ricchiui and Jackie Boncada.                 p.m. here in her home.          Janet Bloom and Mary Egan.         state convention.                  emy, Staten Island, and is em-
                                      Spain.                                                                                                                                                                             •loyed at the Holmdel plant of
                                                                                                                                                                                       Guests were Mrs. Bert Hoeg, Lily-Tulip Cup Corp.
                                         Miss Royce is a graduate of                                                                                                                president of the Matawan Wom-
                                      Red Bank High School and is em-
                                      ployed as a secretary at Over-
                                      look Hospital, Summit.
                                                                               Virginia De Vegh Is Bride                                                                            an's Club. The Dover Township Mr. De Stefano, also an em-
                                                                                                                                                                                   group also was represented.         ployee of Lily-Tulip at Holmdel,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       attended Red Bank Catholic High
                                                                                                                                                                                       Hostesses were Mrs. Lawrence School and Red Bank High
                                         Cadet Moorman is a member RED BANK - Miss Virginia                                                                                         F. Mihlon, Mrs. Woifang Koenig School.
                                      of the class of 1963 at the acad- Charlotte Helena de Vegh, daugh                                                                             ar 1 Mrs. Charles C. Rose.
                                      emy at West Point, N. Y.            ter of Mr. and Mrs. Geza dc                                                                                                                     A fall wedding is planned.
                                                                                                                                                                                       The ciub will hold its annual
                                         A June 6 wedding is planned. Vegh, 121 Sycamore Ave., Tintoi                                                                               card party March 26 at 8 p.m.
                                                                          Falls, became the bride of Joht
                                                                          B. Morrell here Thursday.
                                                                                                                                                                                    "n the clubhouse. Chairmen are
                                                                                                                                                                                    Mrs. Howard Cohen and Mrs.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Aides to Hear
                                     Trail Riders                             The bridegroom is the son
                                                                          Mrs. Susanne M. Morell of Lon
                                                                                                                                                                                    William H. Wikoff, Jr.            Dr Weinstein
                                                                                                                                                                                       A membership meeting is be- RED BANK - Dr. Alvin A.
         Miss Susan G. Royce         Elect Slate                          don and New York, and the late
                                                                          Samuel Morrell.
                                                                                                                                                                                    ing held tonight at 8 p.m. in theWeinstein, Asbury Park, presi
                                                                                                                                                                                    home of Mrs. Antliff for all newdent of the Monmouth County
                                         NEW SHREWSBURY-George The ceremony took place                                                                                              and prospective members.           Heart Association, will speak on
Guild Lists                           C. Richdale, Jr. of Phalanx was Trinity Episcop'a! Church. Rev
                                      re-elected president of the Mon-Charles H. Best officiated. The
                                                                                                                                                                                       The American home depart- the topic of "Mechanisms of
                                                                                                                                                                                    ment will present a Hawaiian Heart Disease" tomorrow at 8
                                     mouth Trail Riders at a recent couple were attended by Mrs.                                                                                    Iuau at the next meeting March p.m. in Riverview Hospital. He
Play Cast                            meeting in the New Shrewsbury Paul A. de Vegh, Eatontown, sis-
                                     First Aid Building.                  ter-in-law of the bride, and Don-
                                                                                                                                                                                    11 at 7 p.m. in the clubhouse. will be guest speaker at the Mon
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       mouth County Medical Assistants
    FREEHOLD — TAG, Theatre Other officers are Harry Dixon, ald Ford, Bronxville, N. Y.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Association meeting which is
 Arts Guild of Freehold, has an-     Glendola, vice president; Mrs. A buffet luncheon and recep-
 nounced the cast for its, next pro- Vivian S. Cooke, Rumson, secre-
                                                                                                                                                                                    Dept. to Study                     open to women working under
                                                                                                 t i, e Dri(Ie'                                                                                                         he direction of a physician-mem-
                                                                           ion i n
 duction, Robert Anderson's "Tea tary, and Miss Maureen Castin, tparents fte n o m e athe ceremony.
                                                                                    followed                                                                                        Pollution Laws                     ber of the Monmouth County • Draperies • Slipcover!
 and Sympathy," a 1953 Broad- Long Branch, treasurer.
 way success.
                                                                         After a wedding trip to southern                                                                              RARITAN TOWNSHIP - Con Medical Society.                               • Bedspreads •Curtains
                                         Merle Crawford of Wayside was Spain, the couple will reside in                                                                            trol of air and water pollution The program wa3 arranged by • Shades
    The cast will include Mrs. Son-  accepted as a new member. London.                                                                                                                                                                                                       • Blirds
                                                                                                                                                                                   was discussed at a meeting of the vliss Florence Kirkpatrick, parli-
dra Krupnick as Laura, and John Prospective members are Mrs. The bride is the grand-daugh-                                                                                         Woman's Club education and imentarian and medical as- Complete Installation Service
Shine a3 Tom Lee, the co-starring Diane Winslow, New Shrews- ter of Mrs. Henry W. Armstrong                                                                                        community affairs department iistant to Dr. Weinstein.                      SHOP-AT-HOME-SERVICE
role. Mrs. Krupnick is a Lake- bury, and Misses Gloria Poznan- of Allenhurst and the late Rev.                                                                                     held last week in the home of                                                        747-4422
wood resident and Mr. Shine re- ski, also of New Shrewsbury, and Henry W. Armstrong, and the                                                                                       Mrs. A. A. 2itzmann, 11 Car-                    HONOR ROLL
sides in Shrewsbury.                 Connie Forrest, Ocean Grove.        late Dr. and Mrs. Arpad de Vegh                                                                           riage Rd.                              KEYPORT—The honor roll has
    Supporting players are Mrs, The club will participate in theof Miskolc, Hungary.                                                                                                  Mrs. Vincent Fiske, department been announced for the religious
Paula Resnick, Hightstown; Jo- Loyalty Day Parade May 5 in The bridegroom is the grand-                                                                                            chairman, announced her group school sponsored by the Unit-
«eph Reilly, Freehold; Herb Lap- Asbury Park. An ice-skating par- son of the late Mr. and Mrs.                                                                                     will investigate the possibility of ed Hebrew Congregation. Those
in, Freehold; Boyd Pryor, Eng- ty will take place Monday at 8 Clement Morrell of Riga, Latvia,                                                                                     improved laws to control prac- with averages of 90 per cent and
lishtown; Budd Knapp, Middle- p.m. in the Asbury Park Casino. and the late Mr. and Mrs. Philip                                                                                     tices leading to pollution. Club >ver were Robin Sahner and Rob-
town, and Ken Greenlow, Free-                                            Kruger, also of Riga.                                                                                     members will be asked to suppoi irt Himmelfarb, and 80 and up,
hold.                                     SISTERHOOD CALENDAR                The couple was honored at                                                                             the project of the State Federa- Neil Sellinger, Lawrence Suss- 468 Broad St., Shrewsbury
    The production will be directed KEYPORT — Fund-raising and pre-nuptial buffet party given by                                                                                   tion of Women's Clubs.              mann, Lewis Kaplan, Jeffery Ny-
by Frank Joyce, with Mr. Reilly social projects were discussed at the bride's parents In their home                                                                                                                                                                  Dally » to 9:
                                                                                                                                                                                      It was announced a junior stu dick, Edward Bauman, Harriet                        Fri.'till
designing the sets. The stage a recent board meeting of the on the Saturday prior to • the                                                                                         dent will be selected from the high iauman, Barbara Ganz, Deborah
manager will be Phyllis Rosser. Sisterhood of the United Hebrew wedding,                                                                                                           school to represent the club at 'earlman and Karla Prager.
The producer is Dan Schwartz Congregation held in the syna- Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ken-                                                                                          :he Citizenship Institute to be
and the assistant producer, Mrs. jogue. Spring events will include neth De Groot, Mr. and Mrs                                                                                      held at Douglass College, New
Nancy Philippi.                      a Dutch supper, rummage sale, Lawrence Mihlon and Mr. and                                                                                     Brunswick, in June. Scholarship
   TAG will present "Tea and         lecture and mah jong tourna- Mrs. Frank Joharmaman, RiVer                                                                                     applications have also been sent
Sympathy" March 29, 30 and ment.                                         Plaza; Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Niles,                                                                          :o area high school attended by
April 5, 6, and 7 in the Old Mill Hostesses for the meeting were Lincroft; Mr. and Mrs. William                                      Mrs. John B. Morrell
                                                                                                                                                                                    ocal students. Slides were shown
in Tinloa Falls. Tickets may be      Mrs. Jerry Feuer and Mr*. Jack Wikoff, Jr., Little Silver; Harold Also, Mr. and Mrs. Jame; and Mrs. Paul de Vegh, Eaton- >f the Allaire State Park.
obtained at the Old Mill.            Kreuter.                            Schreiber, Monmouth Beach; Mr. Daly, Long Island; Mr. and Mrs town; Mr. and Mrs. Stephen de
                                                                         and Mrs. George Ralph and Jack George Williams, Rumson; M Vegh, Fort Washington, N.Y.; Mr. CHANGE MEETING DATE
                                                                         Rindner, Tinton Falls; Jacques and Mrs. Robert Drake, Fa and Mrs. James Irvine and Mr. RARITAN TOWNSHIP — The
    Professional RUG CLEANING                                            Kupfermann, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Haven; Mr. and Mrs. Donald and Mrs. Ernest Buhel, Jr., Phila-date for the executive board
                                                                         Lawrence. Mr. and Mrs. WallaceFord, Bronxville, N. Y.; John F, delphia, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. W. W.meeting of the high school Par-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Red Bank Veterans
                                                                         Smith, Miss Dolores Heller, Connah, Wilmington, Del.; Mr. Kolnig, Shrewsbury; Col. and ent-Teachers Association has
                                                                         Thomas Kean, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Theodore Appleby Mrs. Milton Bowman, Stamford, jeen changed from Thursday to
                                                                         Fred Van Vrankin and Mrs. Sus-         West Allenhurst; Mr. andMrs, Conn., and Keith McEligot, Belle- tomorrow evening. The meeting
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  of Foreign Wars
                                                                         anne Morrell all of New York. Fred Reimers, Westfield; Mr. ville.                                         will be held in the cafeteria.
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                                CALL TODAY
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                                                                                                                                                ,Only about one In every thou-
                                                                                                                                                 sand cars has the value and
                                                                                                                                                 quality ranmlnlni after four
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Proceeds are to be used for veterans"
                                                                                                                                                 yean use as doea thin 1959
                                                                                                                                                 Cadillac Fleetwood Sedan.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        hospital work. A purchase of thii fin*
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                            RED BANK REGISTER                    lutt&ty, Feb. 1?,' 1 9 0 * 4
                                                                       Federation President
Maytime Home                                 WinterBandFestiml
Tour Date Set She Heads 15,500 Women's Clubs At School Sqturdyy
  MARLBORO - The Sixth an- mar, publicity; Mrs. J. Berkeley
                                                                               By JOY MILLER
                                                                             AP Women's Editor
                                                                                                         complexion, is the youngest pres- the new president'! special inter- "My husband always said a
                                                                                                         ident in federation history, She ests. I' think that's all to the woman's place was in the home RED BANK - The Red Bank Music from tome television fa-
nual: Maytime Tour of Homes Is Gordon and Mrs. James McCos-              If it hadn't been for Charles was 48 when she took office last good, because our motto is but that when community prob- High School Band will present its vorites, "Victory at Sea," "Peter,
                                 ker, Rumson, Mrs. William Rous,      Dickens, Mrs. Dexter Otis Arnold summer and no predecessor had 'Onity in Diversity."'                    lems became problems of the annua) Winter Band Festival Sat- Gunn," "Gillette Song" and
dated for May 21.                                                     might this minute be the happy been under 50.           '                Mrs. Arnold's own purpose is home they should get out and do urday at 8 p.m. In the high "Bonanza" will provide a change
                                 Shrewsbury, Mrs. Spencer D.
  The major fund-raising event Embree, Holmdel. and Mrs. Pu-          homemaker, seeing that her hus- She lives at International Head- "to strengthen the arm of lib- something."                                  school gymnasium. John Lucken- of pace. A novelty, "Joshua,"'
Olpu Marlboro Hospital Auxili- jals, planning.                        band got off to the office each quarters, made up of three build- erty."                                       To Honor Women Dead           bill, director of Instrumental and the march, "Side by Side,"
                                                                      morning with a good breakfast ings in the center of the nation's "I was director of speech and One of Mrs. Arnold's projects music in the local public schools, will complete the program.
ary will be held from 1 to 5 p.m. Proceeds from other Mayttme         under his belt.                    capital, and directs a staff of 35. dramatics in the Syracuse school
In the Holmdel-Rumson-Middle- Tours sponsored by the auxiliary                                                                                                                 closest to her heart is building will conduct.                 ,           The band personnel Is as fol-
                                                                         As it is, Dr. Arnold takes care "When you get elected, you, system until I married and then a carillon at the Cathedral of the The program will open with the lows:
  towri ana.                                                                                             move in there and run the show," I didn't work, except as a home-
                                     have tone toward the purchase of himself in Saugerties, N. Y.,                                                                            Pines, Rindge, N. H., as the first Sousa march, "Washington Post," Oboe, Lynne Steiner, principal?
 • Mrs. Hairy A. Pujals, pres- of an electric organ for the new
                                                                      where he's superintendent of she says. "There's a change of maker, ofpresidentMost of us whomemorial for women who gave followed by the overture to "Car- Julie Sumpf; bassoon, Stephen
                                                                                                         program in type and emphasis become                      are house-
  Ident, named Mrs. Morton Winer chapel on the hospital grounds, schools. And Margaret Arnold Is every two years, depending on wives.                                          their lives for their country. men." A trumpet trio, "Bugler's Horberger;               flutes,     Martha
                                                                      living tn Washington, D. C ,                                                                             Ground will be broken this Me- Holiday," will be presented by Woodward, principal; Carol Eck-
  Of Red Bank, chairman.             new shuffleboard courts for the where, as president of the Gen-                                                                           morial Day.                         Ralph Acquaro, Hank Bernstein stein, Alicia Kozachqk, Mary
     Committee chairmen are Mr§.     patients and a Snack bar and     eral Federation of Women's
  John Strong, Colts Neck, pa- kitchen in one of the women's Clubs (GFWC) for two years, she                                                                                       "When you realize how one of and Mark Nachmlas, students Rltz, Irene Steiner, Mary Clark,
                                                                      directs the extracurricular activ-                                                                       your ideas can change a commu who were named to the All Shore Cecelia Ribustelli, Beth Rasaas,
  trons; Mrs.' James Wyer, Locwt, cottages.                                                                                                                                    nity, you see the potential," she Conference Band in 1962. The Joyce Hester, Barbara Blake,
  hostesses; Mrs. Lewis Brooks,                                       ities of 11 million women.
                                                                                                                                                                               says. Many towns now say they first half of the program also will Bb clarinets, Jacqueline Van
  garden dubs, and Mrs. Andrew                                               Ladies. Got Together                                                                              should do something for their Include "Malaguena" by Lacuona Brunt, principal; Richard Kr*y-
                                              70TH BIRTHDAY
  Hofer,parking, -both of Red KEYPORT - Ths 70th birth- To give Dickens his due, he                                                                                            women killed in their nation's and "First Suite for Military bill, assistant principal; Rebecca
                                                                      dl'.n't lift a finger himself. But                                                                       service."                           Band" by Guitav Hoist,               Lee, Linda Hllliard, Vincent So-
  Banki,            Irene Haviland, day of Mn. Emma Pennetti was it was to honor the British nov-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     John Polin, snare drummer, vlero, Ronald Podell, Fred Mull-
, Oceanport, newsletter; Mrs. Lew-celebrated'in her home recently elist on a U. S. speaking tour In                                                                                   Individual Has Impact        who recently appeared on the er, Robert Cornell, Gall Wilson,
  is Coniior, Fair Haven, road by members of her family. Pres- 1668 that the New York press                                                                                        Lots of people misunderstand Ted Mack Show on television, will Jean Arnone, Marilyn Doremus,
  signs; Mrs. Laurence Toole, pro-ent were Mr, and Mrs. Frank tendered him a dinner. Women                                                                                     about women's clubs, she lays, open the second half of the pro- Allen Kraut, Lois Caruso, Lor-
                                                                      writera were not invited.                                                                                 "It's hard to find a Lady Boun- gram with the solo, "Rlppln' It raine Rudolph, Barbara Fried-
  gram, and Mrs. William Trjisr Engleman and family, E a s t
  well, refreshments, both of Lit- Keansburg; Mr. and Mrs. Wood- When ladylike hints followed                                                                                  tiful anymore. We do take bas- Up." A trombone solo, "Blue mann, Carolyn Cerinl, Patricia
  tle. Sliver; Mrs. WIUia»j..Gogan, row Farrell and family, Mata- by strong suggestions failed to                                                                              ket- to the needy, but our real Bells of Scotland," will be pre- Gaw, Phyllis Bloomberg, Mary
  inclement weather, and Mrs, wan; Mr. and Mrs. Aloyslus Pen- produce the necessagy invita-                                                                                    concern Is poverty."                sented by Charles Sheridan, who Buckalew, Bruce Chameroy, Ger-
                                                                      tions, the snubbed "scribbling                                                                               Members are interested In 54 has been selected for the All
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        aldine Ciampoli, Betsy Sickles,
  John Traynor, tickets, both of netti and daughter Diane, Key- women" as their male counter-                                                                                                                                                           Jill Patterson.
  Octmpon                     '                                                                                                                                                 different area; of work from In- State Region II band for the past
                                     port and
                                     port, and approximately 8 0 parts in the 19th century dis-
     Also, Mrs. Stanley Butkus, Bel- guests.                                                                                                                                    ternational affairs to school fi two years and the AH Shore Con- Alto clarinet, Julie Sumpf;
                                                                      dainfully referred to them—met                                                                           nance. Each club takes the whole ference Band the past three principal; Sue Dohrn; bass darU
                                                                      to form a club called Sorosis.                                                                            program and selects what fits its years.                                net, William Setaro, principal;]
                                                                         The idea spread, and when                                                                              community's greatest need.            The high school majorettes will Pearl Jones; alto saxophone,
  Parents and Teachers                                                some 25 years later Sorosis in-
                                                                      vited women's clubs throughout
                                                                                                                                                                                   "It's amazing to int. what the  perform under the leadership of Ricky Long, principal; Albert
                                                                                                                                                                                young women do, not the child- Pat Wilson. Specialty twirlers Caplsta, Douglas Stives, Stephen
                                                                      the country to send a represents                                                                          less," Mrs. Arnold lays thought- Glgi Blair and Andrea Brett will Gallop, Paul Potosky; tenor sax-
                                                                      tive to a national meeting with                                                                           fully, for she ha3 no children be featured. The flag twirlers will ophone, Gerald Benlcasa; bari-

   Anniversary Month                                                  federation in mind, 65 clubs re-
                                                                         This March as Mrs. Arnold
                                                                                                                                                                               herself, "but women with young- be led by Carol Brown.
                                                                                                                                                                               sters. It makes them feel they
                                                                                                                                                                                have a greater stake in the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        tone saxophone, Gregory Strand.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Cornets, Ralph Acquaro, princi-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        pal; Hank Bernstein, Larry Han-
     The Monmouth /Beach Parent- president of the County Council helps Sorosis celebrate its 95th
  Teacher Association will observe ofPTAs.                            birthday, she will represent 15,-
                                                                                                                                                                                          Going to Munich
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Springtime                    sen, Arnold Howitt, Gordon Ho-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        das, Arthur Abrams, Craig Ser-
  its 32d anniversary at a Found- A playlet honoring local, state 500 women's clubs in the United
  ers' Day meeting tonight at 8:15and national founders was pre-
  in the Borough Hall.
                                                                      States.                                                                                                      Because the federation Is in-
                                                                                                                                                                                ternational in scope, with 2V5
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Fashions                      geant, Vernon Beadle, Richard
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Melina, Enrico Brencadora, Mil-
                                     sented by Mrs. Fred P. Bedle, Blonde, vivacious Mrs. Arnold,                                                                               million foreign members, 80                                             ton Sims, Salvatore Schlpanl.
     "Milestones Along the Way" is Mrs. Thomas J. Hogan, Sr., Mrs.with an enviable pink and white
  file title of a special program to Robert M. Johnson, past prcsi-
                                                                                                                                Mrs. Dexter Arnold                              women from NATO countries are             Previewed                       Trumpets, Mark Nachmias,
  be presented by.Mrs, William dentsXMrs. Mliton Wright, Mrs.
                                                                                                                                                                                being brought over for the annua      SHREWSBURY - Springtime William Wilbert, Kenneth Long;
  George, a former "vice president William) See and Mrs. Robert
  Mrs. Herbert C. Gaftrderjis Robertson, president.
  Founders* Day chairman.
                                                                           National Antiques Show to Open                                                                        June convention in Milwaukee. fashion predictions from the col-        French horns, Shirley Katz, prin-
                                                                                                                                                                                After that Mrs.. Arnold will go to lection of Franklin Simon, Eaton- cipal; Emily Umberger, Holly
                                                                                                                                                                                 Munich to meet with women town, put the spotlight on black Hindle, Louise Levinson, Linda
                                       Taking part in the annual
     Mn. Robert H. Doherty is oandlelighting ceremony were NEW YORK - The past and mero, architect and interior de- One of the attractions will be
                                                                                                                                                                                there.                              and white, navy and red and Schanck.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Trombones, Charles Sheridan,
  chairman of a dessert-bridge Mrs. Lewis D. Smith, Jr., Mrs" present will meet across 60 signer, who purchased the late an exhibit of 1,500 prehistoric, "Many women do not under- gray and yellow.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        principal; Frank Rosenfeld, Paul
  Itarty to be held Thursday at 8 Hogan. Mrs. Bedle, Mrs. John- centuries of history when the 19thmovie idol's Hollywood mansion. documented whales' teeth by O. stand the impact of the individ- To the 436 women attendng the Trlgili, Donald Pagdln, Peggy
  p.m., also in the Monmouth son, Mrs. Joseph Carney; Mrs. Annual, National Antiques Show Six art exhibits will be a high- Rundle Gilbert. Interest in such ual on the international scene,' St. James Grammar School Par- Umberger; baritones, A l v i n
  Beach. Borough Hall. Proceeds Willard Annals, Mrs! Clarissa opens a nine-day run at Madison light of the national show. They curios was heightened by Mrs, she nays. "When you study, as ent-Teacher Association Valen- Jones, principal; -Betty Wright;
                                                                                                                                             John F. Kennedy's recent pre-
  from the PTA event will be used Wright, Mrs. Irene C. Opfer- Square Garden on Feb. 27. Col-            will include ancient Coptic sentation to the President of a you do in the club, you have tine luncheon and fashion show tubas, Robert Glwsey, Ricky
                                                                      lectors," dealers and museums in
  to purchase science equipment rrann and Miss O'Neil,                                                   Christian tapestries, Buddhas whale's tooth decorated with the some basis for your opinion. Con- Saturday in Shadowbrook, it wasGlassey, Katherise Rtbustelli,
  for the grammar school. Assist- The safety awards for January 272 displays will exhibit more from Thailand and pre-Colum-                                                                                         the first look at the new Easter
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        William Gibson.
                                                                      than a million antique and ar-                                         Presidential Seal that now occu
  ing Mrs. Doherty are Mrs. Wil-     were presented to Blllie Qamp- tistic treasures valued at up- bian figures, Old West paintings pies a prominent spot.'on his gressmen and Senators get bas- styles.
  liam Brownlee, Mrs. James bell of Miss Mildred Cook's sec-                                                                                                                    ketsful of mall from clubwomen. Mrs. John Queenan and Mrt. Snare drum, John Polln, princi-
                                                                                                         and sculpture by Charles M. White House desk. Mr. Gilbert is
  Donnelly, Mrs. John Miller and ond grade class and Roger Rob- wards of $20 million. A record                                                                                  Not, from write-your Congress- Herbert Mason, Red Bank, were pal; Eric Ayres, Robert Pack,
                                                                      number of connoisseurs, decora- Russell, and more than a hun- also displaying the largest as-
  Mrs. William. Raymond.             ertson of Ernest S. Vaughan's tors and bargain hunters will dred American primitive paint- semblage of original patent mod- men drives, but because they've chairmen of the event. Models Richard Maida; bass drum, Bar-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        bara Shelly; cymbals, Andrea
                                     sixth grade.                     browse, purchase and even swap Ings from the 18th and early 19th els purchased from the U. S. Pat- studied the situation and feel 1m were Mrs. John Qulnn and Mrs.Hofer; tympani, Barbara Cor,!
     GUEST SPEAKERS at a Alfred G. Horay, Board of Edu- rare curios, aged what-is-its and centuries.                                         ent Office.                       pelled to write."                    Edward M. Kelly, Jr., Little Sil-
  meeting of .the Union Beach PTA cation president, discussed the family heirlooms ranging in val-                                                                                                                  ver; Mrs. Evan Baker and Mrs.percussion, Jacqueline Caruso,
  tonight at I o'clock will be Rus-school budget, which was unani- ue from under one dollar to over                                                                                                                 Jerry Mapes, Fair Haven; Mrs. Jaaet Rehm; bells, Annette Bub-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Kenneth Bott, Mlddletown; Mri. lla. Patricia Gale.
  sell W Wells, Long Branch, a mously endorsed by the group. $100,000.
  former principal of Union Beach
  schools, and Miss Kathleen Ech- TAKING PART in the Found- Among Ails year's innovations
                                                                                                               To Discuss International Program                                                                     Richard Byrne, Shrewsbury, and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Mrs. Sieren Relnulda and Mrs.
  *rt, M e m b e r ofrthe faculty at ers' Day program of the Bay-     will be a "What to Collect" sec-
                                                                                                            RED BANK — A panel discus- as a librarian employed by the she has had as guests Ex-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Anthony S c a t u o r c h i o , New          K(1iss Peters
  Newark State Teachers .College. view School PTA were Mrs. Hol-tion showing 65 collections in- sion on The Experiment in Inter- U. S. government and has perimenters from Austria, Jor- Shrewsbury.
                                     lister Igley, Mrs. William Glen- cluding pressing irons, beer national Living will be presented                                            dan, Japan, Germany, India,
                                     dinning, Mrs. Robert Watson and steins, playing cards, scales, Ja- here tonight at 8 o'clock in the worked for the past 10 years in France and Mexico.                                                                      To Marry  y
     A <$JtQ PARTY and fashion
    h V s W I b sponsored b the
           WI be            d by th
                                     Mrs. Donald Stall. Mrs. William panese netsuke, miniature bronz- Community YMCA. The meeting foreign student programs. She
                                     Krema, a past president, was-: a es, and other curios.                                                  has been hostess to many foreign The Experiment,1 founded in
                                                                                                         is jointly 3poiisored by the Mon- visitors. During the past year, 1932, is an independent non-profi
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Miss Lyman                               T O W t- tM r . and Mri-
  H l ^ H h o o ) Association of g u e s t .
  S*.B>feh|>March 19 in. Willow
  Bttok; Inn,' Fair Haven.
                                                 ..••           :
                                                          ..• • •        The two acres of exhibition mouth County Unitarian Church
                                       Mrs. Thomas Johnson was space at the Garden will include and the Men's Club of the Y.                                                    organization maintaining offices
                                                                                                                                                                                in 47 countries. U. S. headquar-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Is Feted                      Victor, Petersy 2 » Wyckoff Rd.,;
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        announce the engagement of their
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        daughter, Miss Patricia Joan
           "Robert T. Norton is gen' named chairman of the nominat- six decorator room settings. On Members of the Men's Club                                                   ters are in Putney, Vt.
  era! chairman. Fashions will he ing committee. Members are display will be Louis XV bed'
            i           hi      l h                                                                      have participated in'the Experi-
  fwmiTh^Cottage, Sea Bright. Mrs. Warren, Hill, Mrs. William room, a Continental sitting room, ment program for more than five
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          At Shower                     Peters, to Sp/5 Albert West, U.S.'
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Army. He.Is the son of. Mr. and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      SHREWSBURY - Miss Emily Mrs Leo B.rWest of Denver, Colo,
  Mrs. William T. Sawyer, school Borrmann and Mrs. Glendtonfng. a Louis XIVsalon, an 18th cen-
  principal and Mrs. John Kurta,
                                                                      tury Spanish
                                                                                       salon, a 17th cen-
                                                                                                          years and have been hosts to vis-                                         Library Group                  Lyman, daughter of Mr. and Miss Peters was graduated from
                                                                      tury Venetian boudoir, and an itors from England, Sweden,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Mrs. Payson W. Lyman, 38 Bor- Orange High School and attended
  association president, are honor- MEMBERSHIP in the PTA ofearly 19th. century Japanese liv- Iran, Spain and Denmark. The
  ary chairmen. ,*.                  Cove Road School, Hazlet, now                                        Woman's Club of the church is
                                                                                                                                                                                    To Give Supper                 den St., was honored at a bridal Monmouth College, West Long'
                                     totals 338, with 100 per cent ing" room.                                                                                                      SHREWSBURY - Final plans shower recently by Miss Lynn Branch. She Is employed at Pro-
                                                                                                          considering participating in the                                      have been made for an invitation Sanborn in the home of her par- gressive Life Insurance Co,, Red
                                     teacher participation.              A Gay 90's village reproduction program for the first time this
     BEERS STREET PTA, Key-                                                                                                                                                     buffet supper to be held tomor- ents, Mr. and Mn. Abram San- Bank.
  port, will meet tomorrow in MRS. GEORGE GILLAM of by Paul R. Eakins of Sikeston year.                                                                                         row at 7 p.m. in the Presbyterian born, IBS Patterson Ave. Mn. Mr. West attended'the Uni-
  Building I of the school. Speak- Belford, county PTA vice presi-    Mo., featuring antique musica Panelists on tonight's program                                                                                                                      versity of Colorado and is sta-
                                                                      organs, will be one of 12 special will be Mrs. Virgil A. Place, Jr.,                                      Church House, Sycamore, Ave. Sanborn was co-hostess.
  ers will be Miss Kay Maloney, dent, explained the purpose of interest booths. Another will be                                                                                 THe event is sponsored by the Guests were Mn. John Valen- tioned at the Lakehurst Naval
  psychologist, and Donald Czok, Founders' Day at a recent meet- a Penny Arcade comprising the of Saddle River, president of the                                                Friends of the Monmouth County tine and Miss Joan Valentine, Station.
  Rafitan Township athletic direc- ing of the Belford School Asso- world's largest private collection North Jersey Council for the Ex-                                          Library Association.               Mrs. Robert H. Dlsbrow, Mrs.
                                                                                                          periment; Miss Grazla Modesani-
  tor.                               ciation. -                       of the earliest coin machine."
     A Parent-Faculty basketball Participating in the traditional gathering of Persian antiqv'           Deledda of Rome, Italy, and Miss
                                                                                                          Betty Smith of New York.
                                                                                                                                                                                   The association has invited di- Maver Campbell, Miss Marilyn
                                                                                                                                                                                rectors O public libraries, presi- Daggett, Mrs. George Pruter,
  game will be held on March 1 atcandlelighting ceremony were and a collection of dolls r                                                                                       dents of looal library boards, the Mrs. Jacob Jeffrey and the bride- is back in Downtown
  8 p.rq. in the high school gym- Mrs. William Hogdon, Mrs. Fred senting many countries and pe-             Miss Modesani-Deledda, a for-                                       Board of Chosen Freeholders, elect's mother, all of Shrews-
  nasium. Proceeds from the Henry, Mrs. Paul Morris and riods of history.                                 mer visitor here through the in-                                                                                                                        RED BANK
                                                                                                                                                                                Monmouth County Library Com- bury.                                   .
  gdme and from a recent book Morris Radler, principal.                                                   ternational program, is currently                                     missioners, and special guests.                                              "Our Only Store"
                                                                         "Hats Through the Ages," his-                                                                                                                Also, Mrs. Thomas Cangioalo-
  fair wjll be used to purchase Guests were Mrs. Harold Ot- toric headgear that have inspired with the Somali delegation to the                                                    Speaker for the evening will be Bi, Rumson, and Mrs. John An-                (Twenty-sixth year)
  books for the school library,                                                                          United Nations.
                                     ten, Mrs. Sadie Lehman and modern designs, will be shown Mrs. Place, a graduate of the                                                     Miss Margaret E. Monroe, asso- derson and Mrs. Frank B.
                                     Mrs, Robert Fields, past presi- by the Fashion Museum of University of Minnesota, spent                                                     ciate professor at the Graduate Lawes, Red Bank.                               Not associated with
     FOUNDERS' DAY program of dents.                                  Charles Lederman. The largest two years in Stuttgart, Germany,              Mrs. Virgil A. Place, Jr.      School of Library Service of Rut- Miss Lyman's fiance is Sp. 4/C              any other Decorators
  the Atlantic Highlands PTA Is set                                   individual collection of Orienta                                                                           gers University. She also is Charles L. Over, U. S. Army, son
  for Thursday evening. Frank R E A D I N G DIFFICULTIES bells and gongs will be displayed                                                   because of motion pictures and chairman of the library develop- of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Over of
  White, .physical education instnic were discussed by Miss Mary by Nesta Kerin Crain. Another
                                                                                                          Foreign Students                   literature.                         ment committee of the New Jer- Sligo, Pa.                                              •    linens
  tor, will lead the members In Filosa, director of the Rutgers musical exhibit will be Rita
  adult games. The program will University Reading Center, at a Ford's music boxes, including an                                                They noted that American life sey Library Association. The sub-                                                         •    Bath
  also include a trampoline exhl recent meeting of the Keyport 1848 melodeon, an 1850 singing
                         p                                                                                DiscussAmerican                    leads to a- faster pace, complete ject of Miss Monroe's talk will
                                                                                                                                             with frustrations and tensions, be "Public Library Trends in
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Club to Present
  bition by Karen and Terrance Grammar School PTA.                    bird cage, a Swiss chalet with
                                                                                                                                              but also leads to a higher stand- New Jersey."                              Magic Show                                    •    Boudoir
  QrHck.                               Mrs. Reba Scharffs special dancing figures and a hundred
                                     class presented a display of ce- year-old carousel custom-made       School life                         ard of living.                                                           LINCROFT - "Mystery, Mirth                       •    Closet
     MISS MARY O'NEIL, who has       ramics made by the pupils.
  served as treasurer of the High- Mrs. Fred V, Waiting was ap-
                                                                      for Emperor Franz Joseph as a MlDDLETOWN — The differ-                                                         Teachers-to-Be                 and Magic" will be presented on
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    March 2 at 2 p.m. in Lincroft I* Monogramming
                                                                      gift for his grandchildren.        ences between American educa- Annual Card Party
  lands PTA for the past 18 year's, pointed historian.                   The Smithsonian Institution tion and its counterpart in other LONG BRANCH — The local                       Visit Classes                  School by the Lincroft Woman's
  was presented with a life mem- The PTA will sponsor a card will display 70 posters depicting countries were discussed at a chapter of the Order of the East- WEST LONG BRANCH - Th Club. The show will feature "The
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Custom Table Pads
  bership In the state Congress of party and fashion show April 3 "Advertising in 19th Century high school assembly program by ern Star will hold its annual card Junior class members of the Fu- Amazing Ami," popular magician                          !• Distinctive Gifts
  Parents and Teachers at a re- in Central School. Co-chairmen America," and the Rudolph Val five foreign students.                           party March 11 at 8 p.m. in the ture Teachers of America of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    of the shore area. The program
  cent me^tiBg of the local asso- are Mrs., waiter O. Staeger and entino collection of arms, armor                                                                                                                  will include tricks and Illusions.          Rear entrance from
  ciation* t The' 'presentation was Mrs. E. O. Thorne. Fashions and sculpture will be shown here            The youths are studying in the Masonic Temple, 410 Broadway, Shore Regional High School vis-
                                                                                                         high school.                         Chairman Is Mrs. Frank Wilson, ited local grammar schools re- Ami is Arnold Pederson of                         Municipal Parking Lot
  made %' Mrs; .WflHam Bradley,will be from the Lllli Ann for the first time by John Ro-                                                      53 Waterman Ave., Rumson. As cently to observe classes.               Highlands. Basically self taught,        next to Miller Shoe Store
Monmouth Beach, honorary vice Shoppe. Front St.                                                             The students are Miss Lilliana                                                                                he recently completed a course
                                                                                                          Barrenechea, Argentina, a for-           sistant chairman is Mrs. William The girls visited schools in
                                                                                                                                                  Johnson, 3 Iroquois Ave., Ocean- Oceanport, Sea Bright and West         in classic and stage magic at the
                                                                                                          eign exchange student; A. Bilgin                                                                                Lou Tannen School of Magic In
                                                                                                          Adali, Turkey, and Silvio de A1-        port.                             Long Branch to observe teaching
                                                                                                                                                                                    methods employed In the grades        New York.
                                                                                                          buerque, Brazil, visiting students
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Mrs. Peter Bell is chairman.
                                                                                                          under the New York Herald Trib-               EVEN A MOUSE BITE           they hope to teach.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Mrs. Edgar Fitzgerald Is han-                           Burnt Dtmtm
                                                                                                          une World Youth Forum, and                 LITTLE SILVER - Council- The club has been visited b;
                                                                                                                                                  man August E. Roemer, chair- three guest speakers, Mrs. James           dling tickets.
                                                                                                          John Whitmore and Leonard Sen-                                                                                                                         20 Broad St          Red Bank
                                                                                                          iger.                                   man of the police committee, re- Newman, a Neptune kindergarten           The program is a benefit for
                                                                                                                                                  ported last night that between teacher; James Howard, a sci-            the New Jersey State Federation
                                                                                                            The Whitmore youth was born                                                                                   of Women's Clubs.                            Phone 741-2646
                                                                                                          in India and came here from             Feb. 4 and Feb. 18 police an- ence teacher at Wall Township
                                                                                                          West Pakistan when his mission-         swered 62 calls, made three ap- Junior High School and immedi-
                                                                                                          ary parents moved to the town-
                                                                                                            The Seniger youth attended el-
                                                                                                                                                  rehensions and one arrest, in- ate past president of the Mon-
                                                                                                                                                  vestigated one breaking and en- mouth County Education Associ-
                                                                                                                                                  tering, covered four accidents, ation, and Elbert Hoppenstedt,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            How Women Can Lose 2to 7Lbs.
                                                                                                          ementary school here and then
                                                                                                          moved to Norway with his par-
                                                                                                                                                  and looked into one dog bite and superintendent of Shore Regional
                                                                                                                                                  one mouse bite.                   High School.
                                                                                                                                                                                      Joseph Mlsklow, guidance di-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            of Bloating 'Water-Weight' That
                                                                                                          ents. He returned to his country
                                                                                                          and the township In December.
                                                                                                            The discussion was moderated
                                                                                                                                                     Buying or selling? Use the rector at Shore Regional, will
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                                                                                                           nrmer so that they Jeel more com-                                                                                 But now science hat developed       taken as directed. Now obtainable
 8 p.m. in The CobbleStonei, Rr. 35, Middle-town. Members of the planning committee                        fortafile. NoBummy, Boooy, pan?                             i U A.M. to t P.M. Hoe. Horn Trt.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          astonishing medical belp-a new
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 John Holcombe, co-chairman, and Mn. Sebastian Muratort, PTA prtiidant.                                    M drug counter* iverywnsrs.
 1Q-Tu<*ky, Feb. 19, 1963

 State Takes
 Licenses Of
 17 Motorists
    TRENTON — Seventeen Moiv
 mouth County motorists lost thei
 driver's licenses under the state',
 execessive speed program, the
 Division of Motor Vehicles has
    They are Leo P. Beyens, 84
 Washington PI., Keansburg, (or
 30 days, E. Granata, 381 Maple
 PI., Keyport, two months; Alan
 F Scher, 152 Spring St., Red
 Bank, 60 days; Lewis J. Jasper,
  1402 Springwood Ave., Asbury
 Park, 60 days; Kay C. Vaccaro,
  1209 Fifth Ave., Asbury Park,
 30 days and Robert J. Wosnitzn-
 er, 413 Fourth Ave., Bradley
 Beach, 45 days.
    Also, Charles Hemhauser, 13
 Mountain Ave., Hazlet, 30 days;
                                                                                                                                                           BALLERINA                                                          PEPTO-
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 Asbury Park, 30 days; Richard
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 tune, 30 days, and James Neapol- month observes its 40th anniversary, are shown at meeting Saturday in Rumson borough
 itan, 1209 Corleis Ave., Neptune,
 30 days.                               hall. Seated, left to right, are Mrs. Rawson Atwood, Werner Kobelt, chairman, and
    Also, George R. Cherefko, 1 Mrs. Peter Cartmall, secretary. Standing, Councilman Harry C. Cronan, chairman of
 Phyllis Rd.. Freehold, 30 days; the street committee; Thomas J, Gilligan, street department superintendent, and Otto                                      GIRLS'
 Alvin Harris, 19 Atlantic Ave. Peters, commission member.
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                                      Marking Its 40th Birthday                                                                                                                                                                                            &m^
 mouth Hills, Highlands, received RUMSON — This month,' the S, Callman increased the number (Verner Kobelt, chairman; Mrs. Pe-                                                                                                5 QUART
 the penalty for a Pennsylvania
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                                      Shade Tree Commission here of commissioners from three ter Cartmell, Secretary; Van R
                                      celebrates the 40th anniversary to five.
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                                                                              The present commissioners are Otto Peters.
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                                     and Tree Committee.                      WASHINGTON - This coun- State Department                     informants
                                        In February, 1923, this became try's problem in dealing with privately concede that there was
                                     officially the Rumson Shade Tree Castro Cuba has now been fur- nothing in U.N. procedure to have
                                     Commission.                           ther bedeviled by an extraordi- prevented the United States from                BABY-WHITE
                                                                                                                having demanded, in 1961 or now,
                                        E.A.S. Clarke served as the narily ham-handed action withn
                                      irst president, William H. Hin- the United Nations.
                                      elmann as secretary, and Ber- A UN suborganization called the
                                                                                                               that this grant to Castro be set
                                     non S. Prentice, commission Special Fund has chosen this They add that it was "apparent-
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                                                                                                                                                           EX-LAX 2 9                                                         PANTS
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                                                                           tro, though no doubt small in the raise up the necessary majority,
                                     Municipal Group                       great scheme of things, comes In short, it is perfectly obvious,
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was promoted to lance cor a meeting of the Monmouth Mu- this hemisphere.                                       ous that a mere salaried bureau-
                                     nicipal A s s o c i a t i o n at the
poral in the U. S. Marine Garfield Grant Hotel. The session It also comes precisely at the cracy in the U.N. \ s able, i                                  ECKO 9"                                                             ASTRINGENT

                                                                           moment when American efforts this instance, to flout the central
Corps while on a cruise              will start at 7:30 p.m.
                                                                            are directed to explaining to oth- foreign policy designs of the very
cently in the Mediterranean. Myron Taylor, Industrial repre- er nations in Latin America that country that is carrying the but
                                     sentative of the Monmouth Coun- Castro is an outlaw and that anti- of all the financial load for the
                                                                                                                                                           BREAD                                                              MOUTH
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                                     ty . Planning Board, will speak Americanism Is not a useful line agency this bureauoracy admin-
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be among 42 high schools repre- invited to participate.                    United States and more suicabli by this almost-incredible episode.
sented in the seventh annual                                                to Castro's book.                   How long before the U. S. dele-
Bishop Healy Debate Tournament                 MEET TONIGHT                   Hoffman is quoted in the cur- gation to the U.N. under Ambas-                100 TABLETS - SHOP-RITE                 j g am
at Holy Cross College Feb. 22 and MATAWAN TOWNSHIP — The ious argument that anyhow the sador Adlai Stevenson is made                                                                                                          PLAYTEX
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                                                                                                                                                          ASPIRIN 14'                                                         RUBBER
   Schools from New England tonight at 8:30 o'clock at Oak will not come "directly" from ment? How soon will it cease
states and the Mid-Atlantic states Shades Fire House, Lower Main American contributions. But this having a foreign policy of ts
of New York, New Jersey and St. Township committee members absurd and tasteless affair mocks own?
Pennsylvania are included in this have been invited and are ex- our whole position that Castro And how long before the U.N.
year's registrants.                  pected to attend, Questions and Cuba is a consistent threat to right-or-wrongers, who presently                                  WITH THIS COUPON                                                    WITH THIS COUPON
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national high school debate topic,         LOTS OF BRUSH FIRES
"Resolved: that the United State! TENNENT — A combination of partment "regretting" this ac- vive by mere passionate refusal:
                                                                                                                                                                                                 73 VITALIS 60'
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for the Western Hemisphere." was apparently responsible for a "persistent policy of hostility to- verting it out of a l l . rational
There will be five preliminary rash of brush fires Sunday. wards its neighbors." It declares, shape?
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  Planners Eye Public                                                                                                                                                                        Tighten Search Rule
  Relations Program                                                                                                                                                                                     See Impact on Law, Enforcement
     FREEHOLD - Better public Board ipembers praised a re-
  relations between municipalities cent brocHiire entitled "New Jer-                                                                                                                           TRENTON (AP)-A State Su-            against nine men. It ruled that a    City, Newark, Wildwood and Or-
  and potential industrial investors sey Business" which Mr. Taylor                                                                                                                          preme Court decision tightening       judge can't issue a search war-      ange.
  was announced yesterday as an produced to show' Monmouth                                                                                                                                   may issue search warrants is ex-      rant when the only information he      Essex County Prosecutor Bren-
  aim of the Monmouth County County was the "key" to the                                                                                                                                     pected to have an immediate im-       has is a policeman's conclusion      dan T. Byrne said the court rul-
  Planning Board.                    metropolitan "Super City" and
                                                                                                                                                                                             pact on law enforcement.              that a crime is being committed      ing would force him to drop about
     Acting Chairman Howard W. was part of "New Jersey's Front                                                                                                                                 The court unanimously quashed       at the place to be searched,         50 pending indictments.
  Van Ness said this will; be the Window." The key was drawn                                                                                                                                 gambling indictments Monday             involved were cases in Atlantic              Gambling Cajei
  theme of the board's annual in- to fit the county's outline. :
  dustrial promotion conference In The board directed that it be                                                                                                                                                                                                           The decision is expected pri-
  April or May.                      circulated among all industrial                                                                                                                                                                                                    marily to affect gambling and nar-
 . Th» details Wilt be announced developers,' brokers, investors,
  at the board's next meeting, and builders in the area of New
  March 25.                          Jersey.
                                                                                                                                                                                                           New Jersey                                                  cotics cases.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          The validity of police affidavits
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       used to obtain the warrants, wai
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        the heart of the matter.
     Planning Board industrial rep- Mr. Taylor reported these de-
  resentative Myron Taylor brought velopments in industrial prog-
  the question up (or discussion at ress:
  yesterday's executive session and
                                             Rug Plant Leased
                                                                 .                                                                                                                                         News Briefs                                                      The Supreme Court opaloa
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       was written by Justice Nathan L.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Jacobs who declared:
  won unanimous support.               The former main plant of the                                                                                                                                                                                                       " . . .The search warrant Is not
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  By The Associated Press                              to Issue except upon probable
     Speaking at the public meeting Karagheusian Rug Mill, Free-
                                     hold, has been leased by two                                                                                                                               TRENTOM - More than 60 per                                             cause. The crucial determination
  later, he said:                                                                                                                                                                                                                     WASHINGTON - The Ameri
     "We have a two-sided problem: Newark, realtors who plan to di-                                                                                                                          cent of Gov. Richard J. Hughes'                                           Is to be made not by the police
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   can Bridge, Tunnel and Turnpike
  To make new customers aware vide sections of the five-floor,                                                                                                                               $547 million budget has tentative     Association says both the New       officer but by a neutral issuing
  of what we have to offer; to 250,000- square-loot structure for                                                                                                                            legislative approval today—with a     Jersey Turnpike and the Garden      judge.
  make ourselves put our best side sub-leasing. •                                                                                                                                            lot of questions to be asked on       State Parkway compiled excellen        "Legal proof sufficient to estab-
  forward."                            A former shop building of the                                                                                                                         the rest and a handful on the por-    safety records last year. Figures   lish guilt is, of course, not re-
     Mr, Van Ness said occasionally rug mill has been leased for                                                                                                                              tion already approved. A joint       made public by the association      quired; but suspicion and good
  Interested commercial brokers or manufacturing to a Detroit or-            QUICK CLEANUP — David Herman, retired Bendix-Red Bank employee, watches from                                    legislative Appropriations Com-       showed a fatality rate on the       faith on the officer's part, with-
  builders give up in discourage- ganization, No-Sag Spring Co.                                                                                                                              mittee tentatively endorsed $93       parkway of 1.4 for each 109 mil-    out more, will not suffice."
                                                                            -wheelchair as his former co-workers demolish old barn behind his home at 87 East                                                                                                                         U.S.Court
  ment when facing local require- A new knit plant, with 16,000                                                                                                                              million of the governor's recom-      lion vehicle miles traveled, the
   ments on zoning and planning, and square feet of floor space, is be-      Bergen PI., Rod Bank, in connection with borough's property improvement program.                                mendations at its second hearing      fourth safest toll highway of the     All the cases were an after-
  other municipal obstacles—includ- ing erected by J. Kinkel & Son          The old structure was razed and ground cleared in four hours Saturday morning. At                                on the budget yesterday, The law-     21 surveyed by the association. I  math of a I960 decision by the
  ing the timetable of meetings by New, York, on Apple St., New                                                                                                                              makers breezed through $262 mil-      listed the Jersey Turnpike in      U.S. Supreme Court, Mapp vs.
                                                                             work, are, from left, Edward Muller, Belford; Joseph Fedorko, Shrewsbury; Clar-
  various local agencies which may Shrewsbury, on the fringe of the                                                                                                                          lion at the first hearing Thursday,   ninth place with a 2.2 fatality    Ohio. In that case, the U.S. Su-
  be involved.                       Red Bank Airport;                       ence Jones, River Plaza; DsWitt Heyer, Eafontown, and Grant Peters, Red Bank.                                   bringing the grand total of tenta-    rate for each 100 million vehicle  preme Court ruled evidence Klzed
            'Spread City'              The     projected     multi-stage     Other* volunteer workmen were William Scalzo, Rumson; Steven Jones, Red Bank,                                   tive clearance to $353 million.       miles,                             in an illegal search could not be
   ' "We want to help overcome Amercan Can Co. glass manu-                   and Anthony. Marino, Little Silver. ,                                                                                                                                                    used In state courts. Until that
  these problems," he said.          facturing plant in Matawan Town-                                                                                                                       HADDON HEIGHTS - The                     PRINCETON—Harvey Btount,         tlpie, New Jersey had permitted
     Mr. Taylor said that Monmouth ship will get under way this sum-                                                                                                                      Eastern Distributors, Inc. ware-         a private detective wounded in a illegally seized evidence to be used
. County fits into the "Spread City" mer. The first unit will have
  picture recently depicted by plan- 300,000 square feet of floor space.
                                                                           Rumson-Fair Haven                                                                                              house was badly damaged last
                                                                                                                                                                                          night by a fire that destroyed
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   divorce evidence raid Feb. 8, has in Us courts.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   been put back on the'critical list, In ruling that the evidence In
  ning experts In the metropolitan Several equally large additions                                                                                                                        half the three-story high L-shaped       Princeton Hospital officials said one of the cases must be nip-
                                     are planned. Manufacturing, with

                                                                            Budget Cut Explained
  area.                                                                                                                                                                                   steel shed a block from the busi-        yesterday. Princeton police said pressed, Jacobs said the search
. "We need industry and we want major job procurement, won't be-                                                                                                                          ness district. Two trucks were           Blount was shot four times by warrant was issued only on the
  to get the best. We don't want to come heavy until the second                                                                                                                           destroyed and firemen said the           31-year-old Mrs. Barbara Johnson belief and suspicion of a detective
  let good ones get away."           stage is completed.                                                                                                                                  blaze apparently started in one          in a predawn raid on Mrs. John lieutenant that bookmaklng was
                                                                                                                                                                                          of them. No one was hurt. The            son's $-00,000 home. Blount was going on. Jacobs said the lieu-
                                                                               RUMSON -* How a reduction          Board of Education, criticized the   transportation item of $22,000 and shed contained insulation and            taken off the critical list las tenant's belief was bated on an

     Hike Teacher Pay                                                       of $9,175 has been effected in the
                                                                            proposed Rumson-Fair H a v e n
                                                                            High School budget, and why it
                                                                                                                  high-bottom, low-top salary guide
                                                                                                                  designed to attract young teach-
                                                                                                                  ers with several years'' expe-
                                                                                                                                                       was told by Mr. Kenney that the building materials.
                                                                                                                                                       board had decided reduction of
                                                                                                                                                       bus service was not advisable at BORDENTOWN - Bordentown
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   week but internal bleeding made anonymous letter and some inves-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   his condition worse, the hospital tigation by police, but none Of this
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   reported.                          was known to the magistrate who
                                                                            isn't more, were explained by         rience,
 Mull Further Boost at Shrewsbury                                           members of the school board last        Mr. Ware pointed to the $4,-
                                                                                                                                                       this time. Two additional daily Military Institute closed today
                                                                                                                                                       bus trips will accommodate the for a week because its infirmary
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     TRENTON - Gov. Richard J.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      issued the warrant.
                                                                            night at a forum arranged by the      700 starting salary offered by       increased pupil load. The state is filled with 19 cases of grippe.
       SHREWSBURY - The Board $7,500, or $200 more than last Home and School Association.                                                                                                                                          Hughes' vacation trip through
    of Education last night raised night's action did.
    ill teachers' salaries here by President Richard Kraybill said Rumson and Fair Haven voters
                                                                                                                  his.board, and said the high
                                                                                                                  school board should "hold at $5,-
                                                                                                                                                       will reimburse the board an esti The school physician, Dr. Lydon
                                                                                                                                                       mated $12,000 to $13,000, accord, E. MacDermid, said none of the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Florida was interrupted over the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   weekend by the illness of his
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Board Goal:
                                                                                                                  000," rather than the $5,200 pro-                                       cases is influenza. Among the
    $300 a year and then retired into any possible further action on will decide today whether they                                                    ing to Harry Douty.
   conference with a committee of salaries for next year will be like the new proposal better than
    teacher's to discuss possible taken at the board's next regu the. $783,758 one they rejected
                                                                                                                             3-Year Program
                                                                                                                                                              Taxpayer's Side             grippe victims is the school's
                                                                                                                                                         Patrick Byrne quoted raised headmaster, Harold Morrison
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   wife, Betty, it was announced
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   yesterday. The governor's office
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   said Mrs. Hughes caught "a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       End Dispute
   further raises.                      lar meeting, March 11.              Feb. 5.
.. Last night's salary change was The board approved contracts Francis Kenney, vice president
                                                                                                                    Paul White explained that the
                                                                                                                  guide was adopted two years ago
                                                                                                                                                       tax figures on properties he owns Smith.
                                                                                                                                                       and said the proposed budget
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   touch of the flu" and entered St.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Joseph's Hospital in Port Char-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       On Sewer
    accomplished by an amendment with Miss Dale Siam of this bor of the school board, voiced dis-                 with the raises to be spread over    does not show proper considera            ENGLEWOOD - A group of            lotte Saturday on the advice of FREEHOLD — "The Monmouth
: to 'the existing salary guide up- ough, a beginning teacher, for appointment at the turnout at the              a three-year period, the last ol     tion for fixed-income taxpayers        Negro parents, Including those       a local physician. She is ex- County Planning Board moved
   ping the minimum for starting $4,700 a year, ana^Mifs. Adele high school last night and urged                  which would be reflected in this     in the $5,000 to $7,000 income         who staged a sit-in at the office    pected to be released today.       yesterday to help focus more
   teachers from $4,400 to $4,700. Madore, West Long Branch, who endorsement of the $774,583 re-                  budget. Fifteen of the school's 45   bracket.                               of Gov. Richard J. Hughes, will                                         light on a disputed sewerage plan
.-This automatically puts all other has taught one,year here and o n vised budget.                                teachers, he said, entered the          Mr. Greene stated at the open-      hold a "solidarity" meeting                                            which would pump effluent Into
T-salaries up by the same amount. year in Neptune, for $5,120.'
•'•. The new salaries fire covered
                                                                               The board's '"long and painful
                                          The board also, approved a review" of the budget, as de-
                                                                                                                  system with faith that the, three-
                                                                                                                   year           would be support-
                                                                                                                                                       ing of the meeting that the board
                                                                                                                                                       is "acutely aware that the cor«
                                                                                                                                                                                              Friday night for residents of
                                                                                                                                                                                              the predominantly Negro fourth       State Okays                       Shark River.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        A resolution adopted by the
                                                                                                                  edby the voters.                                                            ward. Byron Baer, a leader of
   by the budget approved in last
   week's elections. In fact,, the
   budget envisaged further in-
                                        project announced by the princ-
                                        ipal, Howard Mattescn, to re-
                                                                            scribed by James Greene, re-
                                                                            flects "no desire to spend one tax
                                                                            dollar that is not essential."
                                                                                                                    Expectations of 64 new students
                                                                                                                  in September make it necessary
                                                                                                                                                       munity does not have a large
                                                                                                                                                       amount of industry and ratables"
                                                                                                                                                       and said the board had made
                                                                                                                                                                                              the Bergen County chapter of
                                                                                                                                                                                              the Congress of Racial Equality
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   School Plan                       board offered its offices involved.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     The plan is sponsored by Nep.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     tune Township and is opposed by
       The board made it clear it
                                        distribute children in classrooms
                                        at the end of the third and sixth The cuts were accomplished in
                                                                            the following categories: Elimi-
                                                                                                                  to plan for the addition of four
                                                                                                                  new teachers, the major budget
                                                                                                                                                       every effort to keep frills to a
                                                                                                                                                                                              and « spokesman for the group,
                                                                                                                                                                                              said the meeting would be held
                                                                                                                                                                                              at the Lincoln School, one of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   In Raritan                        all neighboring municipalities,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     and several private groups.
   did not wish to take any action years of school.                         nation of architect's fee and ref-    increase, Mr. White explained.          He praised the school's "su-                                               RAR1TAN TOWNSHIP - The William H. Oliver, board mem-
                                                                                                                                                                                               two schools around which a
   on salaries until after its meet- He said this move would teach erendum expense originally pro-                Their average salary has been        perior group of working teach-                                              Board of Education announced ber charged with direction of mu-
                                        children to adjust to different                                                                                                                       segregation controversy cen-
   ing with teachers. However, two                                          vided for a preliminary study of      estimated at $6,600.                 ers" for conducting extra-curricu-                                          last night that It has received nicipal planning, said a meeting
                                                                                                                                                                                              ters. Baer said the parents held
   new teachers' contracts were up classmates, break up cliques, and building addition which the board              With charts showing the start-     lar activities for students with no                                         approval from the state Divi- among local, county and state
                                        provide new challenges for lead-                                                                                                                       meetings throughout the city
   for approval, so the board made                                          now,feels can be postponed, $4,         With charts showing the start-     additional compensation.                                                    sion of Local Government to ex- H e a l t h Department officials
                                                                                                                                                                                              yesterday and may keep their
   the changes that would permit ership to the children.                                                          ing and top salary guide figures        A budget defeat, Mr. Greene                                              ceed its debt limit to finance a might prove fruitful.'
                                          He stressed that class distri- 200.;
                                                                                                                                                                                              children home from Lincoln and
   their signing.                                                                                                 in comparable communities, Mr.       said, and the threat of double                                              proposed $1,950,000 school build- The board, adopting Mr. Oliv-
                                                                                     Psychologist Out                                                                                         Liberty Schools to protest what
               $500 Proposed            bution will continue to be hetero-                                        White demonstrated that Rum-         sessions in the future, would                                               ing program.                      er's suggestion, directed execu-
                                                                                                                                                                                               they call government inaction
       Earlier proposals for a change   geneous as to intelligence and Elimination of salary of psy-              son's guide provides competition     make it impossible to sustain          on racial Imbalance in the             Local school officials appeared tive director Charles M. Pike to
   in salary guide, and those on achievement, that is, there will chologist, $20P; reduced adminis-               for the kind of teachers ii wants.   the educational atmosphere tha         schools.                             before the state agency yester- notify the municipalities and to
   which the current budget is based be no attempt to put the bright- tration and guidance expense,                 Charles Geary questioned the       has been attained at Regional.                                              day.                              plan a meeting.
   would as also have, raised est children in one room and the eliminating two guidance staff                                                                                                                                        The board plans to construct It said that similar services
   maximum: here from $7,000 to less bright in another.                     trips to colleges to acquaint ad-                                                                                   WASHINGTON - The New Jer-
                                                                            missions directors with regional                                                                                 sey Tercentenary Commission will      two 12-room elementary schools will be made available to other
                                                                            prospects, $650; elimination of                                                                                  meet with Navy officials March        each with a multi-purpose room, areas where joint problems arise.

  Drama of Hijacked                                                         subsidy.    on
                                                                            gowns, $1,000;

                                                                              Deferred maintenance work,
                                                                                                                                                                                             4 at Trenton, N. J., to discuss
                                                                                                                                                                                             possible use of the battleship New
                                                                                                                                                                                             Jersey during the state's ter-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   and a new 27-robm wing on the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   high school.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Raritan's Plan
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Mr. Pike reported that Raritan
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     The elementary schools would Township recently adopted a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   be constructed on two sites, a master plan which, by law, re- •

  Ship Nearing End                                                          $2,000; cancellation of completion
                                                                            of west parking lot, $500, and
                                                                            elimination of secretarial and jan-
                                                                                                                                                                                              centenary celebration. Secretary
                                                                                                                                                                                              > the Navy Fred Korth already
                                                                                                                                                                                              ms said the state could use the
                                                                                                                                                                                             ship for inspection either at Cam
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   19-acre tract on Union Ave., off quires' all future proposals for
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Rt. 36, and on a seven-acre tract public improvements affecting
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   bounded by Sycamore Dr. and the township be submitted to the
      BELEM, Brazil (AP) — The ship had halted because it ran out itorial substitutes, $655.                                                                                                 den, N. J., or at the Philadelphia    Hazlet Ave., off Rt. 35.          township Planning Board after
  high-seas drama of the hijacked of fuel or had engine trouble.               In a question period which fol-
                                                                                                                                                                                             Navy Yard where it is now part          The board already has received being started.
  Venezuelan freighter Anzoategui U.S. craft, hovering outside Bra- lowed the detailed presentation,                                                                                         of the mothball fleet.                approval of the state Department Such things as highway con-
   neared an end today—its aim of ^lian territoriai waters, kept the Malcolm Ware, member o r the                                                                                                                                  of Education on its plans.        struction, road widening, Parks
  preventing President Romulo Be- Anzoategui under surveillance but Rumson              (elementary     school)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     The board will hold a referen- and playgrounds would be in-
                                                                                                                                                                                                 WASHINGTON - Army En-
   tancourt's visit to the United made no attempt to arrest it.                                                                                                                                                                    dum on the proposal March 26. cluded, he said.
                                                                                                                                                                                              gineers have recommended At-
  States thwarted and Betancourt's Brazil has promised political
  regime apparently stilt firmly in asylum to the hjackers when they       Decide Against                                                                                                     lantic City, N. J., for Increased
                                                                                                                                                                                              federal erosion aid under a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Voters also will be asked at Mr. Pike said the township
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   that time to approve transfer of planning board could not veto
   the saddle.                          surrender the vessel. The Vene-                                                                                                                                                            $115,000 from the current expense whatever was proposed, but was
      The ship swung at anchor in zuelan Foreign Ministry said. it
  Brazilian waters waiting for a will demand their extradition. The
                                                                           Closing Schools                                                                                                    1962 law, Sen. Harrison A. Wil-
                                                                                                                                                                                              liams, Jr., D-N.J., said yester-
                                                                                                                                                                                              day. It is the first New Jersey
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   account to the capital outlay ac- guaranteed an opportunity for
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   count to pay for the purchase of study, discussion and recommen-
   Brazilian corvette to escort it 420 ship will be returned to Venezuela NEW SHREWSBURY — The                                                                                                city to be considered for in-        the two elementary school sites. dation.
  miles down the coast to Belem. presumably with its captain and Tinton Falls Schools Board of                                                                                                creased aid under the new law,
  There was speculation that the most of the 35 crewmen:                    Education last night discussed                                                                                    Williams added. The recommen-

 Gas Station
                                          Second Mate Wilmar Medina
                                                                            the possibility of closing schools
                                       Rojas radioed that he was the here one day .this week because
                                       only crew member involved In the of the mounting absentee rate,
                                                                                                                                                                                              dation now goes to the engi-
                                                                                                                                                                                              neers' beach erosion board for
                                                                                                                                                                                              action. The board has set March
                                       seizure. The other eght men who but decided not to do so unless                                                                                        22 as the deadline to receive        And is Thankful for Social Security
 Request Is                            reportedly carried out the seizure things get much worse.
                                       with Medina Rojas apparently The absentee rate in Tinton
                                                                                                                                                                                              statements for or against the
                                                                                                                                                                                              recommendation. The new law         RUMSON - Lawrence E. Carl-
                                                                                                                                                                                              permits the engineers to pay bon of 29 East River Rd. is 99
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          The type of benefit he receives
                                       were Communist terrorists smug- Falls School yesterday was 22                                                                                                                                                                    is payable to the parent of any
 Withdrawn                             gled aboard before the ship sailed per cent.
                                       last Tuesday for Houston, Tex., This time of year is a point
                                                                                                                                                                                              one-half Instead of one-third years old, and is looking forward
                                                                                                                                                                                              the cost of beach erosion to his 100th birthday May 20.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       deceased worker if the parent
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       was dependent for at least half
   ' MIDDLETOWN — A zoning and New Orleans, La. However, of maximum absenteeism in                                                                                                            works.                              He was born in 1863 in the           of his support on the child, if
  variance request for construction it was also reported that some of schools: in any case, it was                                                                                                                              town of Vlsby on the Island of         the child was fully Insured and
  of a fourth servjce station in the the crewmen joined the insurgents pointed out, and the 22 per cent                                                                                                                         Gotland off the coast of Sweden.        if the parent is at least 62.
  Lincroft Shopping Center area and will ask asylum in Brazil. rate is not far above normal.
  was withdrawn last night by the
                                          Betancourt spent Monday night Friday, Washington's Birthday,
                                                                                                                                                                                             Finger Gone,                       He came to the United States In
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                1887. In 1889 he went to work
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Two-Year limit
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          To get these benefits, the par-
                                       on U.S. territory—the Common- s a school holiday in any case
      The application, submitted by wealth of Puerto Rico—where he The .possibility of extending the
  the Ricciardi Realty Corp., West was hailed by large crowds and holiday to include Thursdav was
                                                                                                                                                                                             Found,Sewed                        for the Perth Amboy Drydock
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Co., and worked for the same
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                company for 40 years.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ent must file an application with
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       the Social Security Administra-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       tion within two years of his
  Long Branch,,drew protests from warmly greeted by his old friend vetoed after discussion, unless
  property owners in the area at Gov. Luis Munoz Marin.                    the situation changes.
                                                                                                                                                                                             Back On                              When he was obliged to stop
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                work at the age of 66, in 1929,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       child's death, Benjamin R. Sand-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       berg, district manager of the So-
  last month's Zoning Board of Ad-                                                                                                                                                             FAIR HAVEN — A Laurelton there was no Social Security pro-              cial Security office in Asbury
  justment meeting. The objections                                                                                                                                                           man lost and regained a finger gram, and he was not eligible for          Park pointed out.
  included two petitions bearing a
  total of 177 signatures.
     The board last night approved
                                      Township May Get                                                                                                                                       here yesterday afternoon.             pension.   He was supported
                                                                                                                                                                                               Police received an emergency by a son, Elliott Carlbon.
                                                                                                                                                                                             call for aid when Henry Henkel When the Social Security law
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Mr. Carlbon attributes his long
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       life to the fact that "God has
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       been good to me."
  the following applications for var-                                                                                                                                                        amputated his pinky near the was passed in 1935, Mr. Carlbon                 His deceased son, Elliott, used
      1. William H. Eberhard, 951
  Rt. 35, Mlddletown, to convert a
                                      School for Meetings                                                                                                                                    Candle Light Gift Shop, River did not believe he would ever
                                                                                                                                                                                               Police Chief Carl J. Jakubecy
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                qualify for benefits.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Son Died in 1958
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       to drive Mr. Carlbon to Florida
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       almost every winter before his
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       death. Now It is Mr. Carlbon's
  dwelling at that address into a MATAWAN TOWNSHIP — The sons. Once the chairs are taken,                                                                                                    said that the finger was found When his son Elliott died In               ambition to make the trip once
  linoleum store.                       'Standing Room Only" sigh may the rest of the crowd spills over'                                                                                     by Mr. Henkel's wife, who re- 1958, however, when Mr. Carl-               more. This time, he thinks, he
      2. Samuel B. Boynton, Jr., Lo- be coming down soon at Town- into any space available.                                                                                                  ported the accident occurred bon was 95 years old, he found               would like to go by jet plane.
  cust Point Rd., Locust, to waive ship Committee meetings.                   Mr. Traphagen's recommenda-         NO ROOM AT TOP — Mrs. John E. Hendriclcsen, 288                            when her husband caught his he was entitled to "parents'                     Mr. Carlbon's other children
  sideline requirements for con-                                           tion was answered by the secre-                                                                                   hand in the door of their car. monthly benefits." He filed tor            are a son, Herbert Carlbon, and
                                         With residents attending the tary of the Board of Education;             Linda St., Belford, takes a good look at a dumb cane
  traction of a garage.                                                                                                                                                                        The finger was sewed back on these and thus became a benefi-            a daughter, Mrs. Thomaa Wil-
      3. Gerard Bouchard, Middle- meetings now standing -at the Edward J. Scullion. He said the                   plant which is about to1 crash through'the ceiling of her                  Mr. Henkel's hand by physicians ciary of Social Security 23 years         helm, of the East River Rd. ad-
                                       back of Township Hall and up the ^                                                                                                                    it Rivervlew Hospital, Red Bank. after (he law was passed, and 30
  town builder, to erect a home on                                                   considered    Strathmore     living room if it continues to grow at the present rate.                                                                                             dress, and three other sons, Dr.
                                       stairway, Committeeman Henry                                                                                                                            Mr. Henkel was taken to the years after he passed the age of
  an undersize lot on Pine St., Riv- E. Traphagen suggested earlier School a better meeting place                 Mrs. Hendricksen - said she started to grow the plant                                                                                                Leonard W. Carlbon of Dogwood
  er Plaza.                                                                than the high school.                                                                                             hospital by William McVitty of 65.                                        La., a chiropodist with offices in
                                       this month that the committee                                              from a seedling about six years ago along with other                       166 Fair Haven Rd., who was Mr. Carlbon told these facts                  Red Bank; Dr, Raymond Carl-
      4. John and Delores Miller, 19 start meeting In Matawan Region- However, the secretary added
  Clinton St., East Keansburg, to al High School.                          that the committee would be ad-        plants. Now she is beginning to wonder whether to                           >assing by at the time of the about himself in hopes they                bon, a Philadelphia dentist, and
  convert a v a c a n t store at                                           vised what school would be open                                                                                    ccident.                          would help someone else to un-         Edward Carlbon of Westlleld. H«
                                                                                                                  move the calling or the plant. Mrs. Hendricksen also                                                                                                 aim has 10 grandchildren and 18
  8 Thompson Ave., East Keans- Town Hall's general assembly for future meetings after admin-                                                                                                   His finger was transported to derstand his rights under Social
  burg, Into an apartment.             room holds fewer than 80 per- istrators study the matter.                  grows fruit trees from seedlings as a hobby.                               the hospital by Chief Jakubecy. Security provisions.                      great-grandchildren: ; :
  Ifc-Tuttday, F<*. 1$, 15MS3               RED BAMC REGISTER
                                                                                                                                                                                                       Bob Germano 's 22 Points Pace
 Bloomfield Routs                                                                                                                                                                                      CBA OverCroydon Hall, 5p-41
 Monmouth, 78-60                                                                                                                                                                                   LINCR0FT - Christian Broth' C M tinned in its usual fine to St. Mary's of South Amboy
                                                                                                                                                                                                ers Academy held off a slight effort from the free throw line, Thursday in its ntxt encounter.
      BIJOOMFIELD - Three play- half. Teammate Nick Saponaro,                                                                                                                                   bid by Croydon Hall Academy in sinking 18 al 20 tor &0 par cent, Croydon Hall plays Penmngton
   ers scored 20 points or more as high scorer in the tilt with 23                                                                                                                              the third quarter and went on                                                           School on the Pejinlngton five's
   Bloomlield Collegj Iroke away points, dumped In 12 of his mark-                                                                                                                              to ring up a 96-41 victory over Ooydon Hall connected on 15 of floor tomorrow. !
   from a 33-31 halftime lead to rout ers in the second, half,                                                                                                                                  the Leonardo team on thtf court 23 charity tosses.                                 Y
   Monmouth College, 78-60, in              Herr led the Hawks with 18                                                                                                                          her* yesterday.                            Christian, Brothers' Junior var-
   Central Atlantic Conference game points, two from the charity line.                                                                                                                             The victory was the 13th In IBsity team boosted its record to
    here last night.                     Poland was the only other Hawk                                                                                                                         games for the high flying Colts. 4 with a 75-27 romp in.the pre-
      Larry Poland, 6-5 freshman in double; figures, with 10. Jack                                                                                                                              After 18 games last season, CBA liminary game. Three players
    from Keyport, dumped In a field Neary chipped In with nine.                                                                                                                                 had a MS record. '                      scored double figures for the win.
   goal at the start of the second Bloomfield now has a 17-6 over-                                                                                                                                 Bob Germano, the hero of Sat- ners. Pete McGuinness paced the
   half to tie things at M-all, but all mark and a 5-2 slate in the                                                                                                                             urday night's SIMS victory over trio with 12, Vin McCarthy scored
   Monmouth didn't stay close for Central Atlantic Conference. Mon-                                                                                                                             Notre Dame of Trenton wkh a 11, and Tom Hirsch added 10.
   Icng.                                 mouth, defending champs of the                                                                                                                         last second basket, w*t again the Christian Brothers plays host Offlci*l»-&6Bloimo A «*"«•
      Minutes later Paul Herr, Hawk CAC, Is 9-9 over-all and 4-3 in ICE CARNIVAL, — Loui, Ferrugiaro, l»ft, leads the contattants in t h . boys', 13-14 big gun for the "winners. Ger-
  freshman from Middletown, con- league play.                                                                                                                                                    nuno finished with 33 points and
   nected with a bucket to make it In the Junior varsity game, 3O0-yar<> race in th» Menmouth Beach Pint Aid Squad Ice Carnival Saturday on the contributed IS as Coach Vincent                                                                Baseball §lgnings
   42-41 with Monmouth In com- Monmouth's subs boosted their Shrewsbury River. Trailing the pace-ietter, left to right, are,Jerry Cook, Nicholas Cox's Colts moved out to a 32-19
   mand. After Bloomfield went record to 14-2 with a 72-59 win
   back In command by one point, Kevin Lynch of Middletown was Chakalos, Andrew NiUen, Paul Kleiberg, Kevin .Tlmpy and Michael Dillon. Ferrugiaro
   Poland scored again to give the high man for the Hawks with 23 went on io win the event, one of 12 age group skating faces. A total of 127 school broke out to a 10-5 lead and held
                                                                                                                                                                                                 haHtime bulge.
                                                                                                                                                                                                    In the opening quarter, CBA                Jay Signs Quickly
   Hawks from West Long Branch points.                                                age skaters competed in the carnival,                                  .                                  on the five-point m a r g i n
   their dual advantage, 44-43.
      Jim Jenkins, who scored 15 of
                                         Far ret!
   his 20 points in the second half, Neary
                                           Monmoulb <S9>       Bloomlleld (HI
                                                          11 Jenkins
                                                                           0 Ff
                                                                          10 0 20
                                                                           8 t 20
                                                                         10 3 23127 Monmouth Beach Skaters Compete
                                                                                                                                                                                                 throughout the quarter, finishing
                                                                                                                                                                                                with a 17-11 advantage, Germano
                                                                                                                                                                                                had eight In the stanza.
   put the Deacons in command and Poland                 10 Groellng       1 J                                                                                                                     The Colts increased their lead              ASSOCIATED PRESS                         as the official opining of spring
                                         D'ZIO            7 Krira          1 0
  they were never headed in turn- Her:                  IS lieu.fhk-1 1 1                                                                                                                        to the 13-polnt halftlnw edge with                                                     training drew clo!«r.
   ing the contest Into a rout in SmlUl
  the final seven minutes,
                                                          4 FlontkowakJ 1 0
                                                                                In Annual First Aid Squad Ice Carnival                                                                           a 15-7 margin in the second quar-
                                                                                                                                                                                                 ter. Germano, scoring on drives
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           The Cincinnati Reds didn't Chuck Estrada;; who won 18
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         waste any time dickering with games for Baltimore In 1960
      Randy Trawick also finished                  U 12 60               33 12 It                                                                                                                and Jumpers, had seven points in Joey Jay this winter,                                 when the Orioles finished second
  with 20 points for the winners. Bloomfuld tollige -_ . - _ . .31 <»-'« MONMOUTH BEACH — The serve as starters, clerks and lit—SHo CHi«n: M-Pit«r Wut the stanza, /
                                                    - .                33
                                                                            !D—«0                                                                                                                                            ;             The big right-hander he-Id out In the American; League, but
  He contributed nine in the second Ofllcla »—i riuinJcoli ft Puchi               Monmouth Beach First Aid Squad Judges and served doughnuts and Jrd-Rlck Jtmer.                     '              Croydon Mall came to life in a year ago after his 21*10 record slumped to 15 in-1961 and only
                                                                                  held ts annual Ice Skating Car- hot chocolate to all contestants                  AOE 11-11, MS VABDS
                                                                                                                                                                             oiii*               the third quarter, posting a 13-8 helped win the National League nine last year, Snjhed for an es-
                                                                                  nival on the Shrewsbury River, and spectators,                             lit—I*ur» W«it: M—Cathy Portir advantage as Dan Wall and Tony                          pennant for Cincinnati timated $16,000, u cut of about
                                                                                  opposite the Griffin St. School                                          Jpd—Sevjrly Huklm.
                                                                                                                                 — SUMMARIES _
                                                                                                                               AOE 5 4 . tO YABDS            l«l—Jirnti Donneffy: M-PMlIp U u    Brennan scored - five and four in 1961. He didn't sign until aft- (3,000.                                     |i-       - '
                                                                                  here Saturday.                                        Oltli                      i Jrt—Robert W«t,            points, respectively,. to cut the er the start of' spring training Larry Sherry, strictly a relief
                                                                                                                         1«—flharon Dougherty: 24—Cithy
                                                                                      A total of 127 school age chil- Dillon; 3rd—Wfcndy PoLervon.                  AQS 13-14, J00 VABDS         gap to eight points entering the        and although he again won 21 pitdier for the; Los Angeles
                                                                                  dren participated in 12 age group                     Boys                 1st—Bonnie MchoIU: M-Ellltn Koch final quarter, 40-32.                     games, the Reds finished third. Dodgers last season, signed for
                                                                                  races before a' large crowd of lit—Bobtrt m i n 100 YABDS
                                                                                                                               AOE 7-8.
                                                                                                                                                           Srd-oilt Koll.
                                                                                                                                                                             Boyi                                                                                                    .
                                                                                                                                                                                                    But that was the closest the Everything was lovey-dovey a reported 522,000. off $2,000. It
                                                                                  local residents.                                      fllrtl               lit—I/>uli FtRUrl&ro; 2d—Kllltlll visitors came. CBA put the icing when Bill DeWitt, president and was indicated, hjkwever, that if
                                                                                                                         lat—Bartoa f»«l«on; 2d—Ku Stack: NU»n; 3rd-Andrew Nllaen.
                                                                                     The event Is sponsored annual- 3rd—Miry H«pp.                               OPEN EVENT, W) YARDS           on the cake with a 16-9 final general manager, announced Sherry makes good as a starter,
                                                                                   ly by the squad which presents lat-jllchird MioWlthty; M-MichMI                                              quarter margin.                         Jay's 1963 signing yesterday. he would receive a new contract.
                                                                                  awards to the first three place Murphy! 3rd^Jeft lAntx.                    let—Bonnie NlchpUs; Sd—I«ura Weit
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Kirk Robinson, frosh ace from Contract terms were not dis- Johnny Blahchard, reserve
                                                                                                                               AOE »-10. 160 YABDS         Jnl-Cathy Port«r.
                                                                                  winners of each event.                                (iitll                               Boyf               Long Branch, followed Germano closed, but DeWitt said Jay hadcatcher for the world champion
                                                                                                                                      Rusiomano: 2d—Patty 1M—Fred Kampr: 2d—Jamei Don
                                                                                      Members of the organization lit—tRoxfttuie 3rd—4fterry jdhnion.
                                                                                                                          naltfftr;                        wllji 3W—Loun Ftrmptro.              In the CBA scoring column with been given a "very substantial New York Yankees, also took a
                                                                                                                                                                                                 11 points, fiva from the foul line raise."                                             reported cut. 7be sometimes
                                                                                                                                                                                                BUI Davidson, Robinson's back- Jay echoed: "That's about it. first baseman and outfielder re-

                                                                                NCAA,. National Invitation                                                                                      court partner, added eight.              It was a nice raise."
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Bruce Heath and Wall paced What is a nice raise? Guess- Other signing^ yesterday In-
                                                                                                                                                                                                the Croydon Rail quintet with 12 es ranged up to $35,000 compared cluded: .
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        portedly signed tor $20,000.

                                                                                                                                                                                                points each, Brennan finished to the estimated $25,000 the for- Yankees — pitchers Bud Daley
                                                                                Tourjiaments Taking Shape                                                                                       with 11, nine on foul shod.             mer Milwaukee hurler received and George Han<iy.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         in 1962. He was traded by die Orioles — Stiortstop Jerry
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Braves to the Reds after the 1960 Adair, infielder l«ark BaUenger
                                                                                          ASSOCIATED PRESS            for the Midwest Regionals. Seat- dom Hall in Louisville, March
                                                                                                                                                                                                      Mater Dei Five                     season.                                        and rookie pttchfrs John MBler
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           A couple of other right-handers and Darotd Knowles.
                                                                                      Hie fields for the two major tle, 17-4; Oregon State, 14-6, and
                                                                                  post-season college basketball Utah State, 19-5, will take part Loyola, competing in the NCAA
                                                                                  tournaments began tailing shape in the Far West regionals.               tournament for the first time,
                                                                                                                                                                                                      Beats Matawan                     signed for less money yesterday Braves — Pitcher Ron Plehe.

                                                                                  today with 11 teams accepting
                                                                                  Collegiate Athletic Association
                                                                                                                                                           takes part in the Mideast region-
                                                                                  bids to compete in the National The three teams accepting NIT als March 11 at Evanston, 111.
                                                                                                                      bids were Miami of Florida, 29-4; The pairings have not been an-
                                                                                                                                                                                                      In Frosh Came 54 Bowlers Compete in Annual
                                                                                  championship and the National Providence, 15-4, and Canlslus, nounced but Loyola, the cham- MATAWAN - Mater Dei, New
                                                                                  Invitation Tournament,              14-4. The tournament will • bepions of the Mid-American and Monmouth, moved out to a 16-11     Raritan Bay Jaycees' Tourney
                                                                                      Eight schools were named for held March 14-23.                      Ohio Valley conferences, and an-lead in the first quarter and went
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          victory over
                                                                                  at-large berths yesterday in the Only three at-Iarge positions re- other undisclosed at-large selec- on to post a 43-38in a freshman RARITAN TOWNSHIP - Fifty- This turned out to be the closest
                                                                                  25-team NCAA field while three main to be filled in the NCAA tlon will be involved in a first' Matawan Regional on the court four bowlers from the seventh contest as tha runner-up, 'Mariana
                                                                                                                                                                                                basketball game
                                                                                  acceptances were received for bracket, two from the East and round double-header.                                                                                                                                V
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        through 12th grades participated Carhuff, came up with a 411.
                                                                                  the 12-team N i r at New York's the other from the Mideast. One NYU meets another at-large here yesterday.                                            in the first annual Junior bowl-
                                                                                  Madison Square Garden.              of the Eastern representatives representative in one game of a               The victory was the sixth in ing tournament conducted by tha In the girls' neeond division,-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Martha Knott didn't need tha 450
                                                                                     The NCAA entrants Include will be the Ivy League champion. first round East regional triple- 15 starts for Mater Dei, which Raritan Bay Area Jaycees during she rolled the first week, u her
                                                                                  Loyola of Chicago and New           Fourteen other conference cham- header at the Philadelphia Pales- has seven remaining games.                      the past two Sundays at tha Air-second round total of 401 was
                                                                                  York University, both ranked pions automatically qualify for tra March 11. In the other After the two dubs battled to port Plaza Lanes.
                                                                                  among the nation's top ten in       the tourney.                                                              an 8-8 deadlock in the iscond John Mandia, a nmth grader good enough to bs*t toe competi-
                                                                                                                                                          games, the Middle Atlantic Con- quarter, WtUr Del wrapped up                                                                  tion. Martha is » sophomore at
    PAUL HERR, Monmouth Collegt freihman from MtddU- this week'* Associated Press poll. The opening round regional ference winner meets the Ivy the win with a 10-5 third quarter at Henry Hudson Regional High Henry Hudson High.                                                                                           '
    town, (cored 18 polnh to lead the Hawki as they went 22-1 record, will No. 3 a first
                                                                                      Loyola, ranked         with a   eliminations get underway at titllst and the Southern Confer-                                                     School, Highlands, rolled a S91 Robert Kenner, a Mddletown
                                                                                                        play          various sites around the country a ^ champion faces the Yankee           bulge.                                   series, \ to beat but Nick Stranos' High School sojta, scored the
    down r« a 78-40 defeat l«(t night fo rugged Bloomfield. round game in the Mideast re- March 9 and March 11, Winners Conference leader.                 - -               •                     Charles Kantke and Hank Cos- first round total of 376. This
                                                                                  gtonals.      Tenth-ranked NYU, advance to the regional finals at Luibbock, Tex., will be the site ilto paced Mater Del with 17 andmark, which took the crown in tournament's highest game with
                                                                                  13-2, Is an at-laige selection in College Park, Md., East Lans- of the Midwest eliminations 12 points, respectively.                                  the boyi" first division, was also a 215, which was only one of
Cage Roundup                                                                      the East regtonals.                 ing, Mich., Lawrence, Kan., and March 9. Colorado State, Texas Don Jones led Matawan with high series for all divisions. many 200 games tuned In by the
                                                                                     Colorado S t a t e University, Provo, Utah. The semifinals Western and Oklahoma City, 16 markers. Mike Dolan added Mike Strano, who led the sec-future champions'.

Conference Races                                                                  16-4; Texas Western, 16-5, and      and finals of the NCAA chain-                                             10.
                                                                                                                                                          along with the Southern Confer- The Mater Dei frosh host St. ond division 10th to 12th grades mittee
                                                                                  Oklahoma City, 15-7, were chosen piqnships will be held at Free- ence champion, will be Involved Peter's New Brunswick, Thurs- in the first round with' a 524, hadreceivechairman,'the winnerspre-
                                                                                                                                                          in a doubleheader with the pair- day in their next tilt                       to improve to a 567 to beat the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        competition In the second round.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          According to M Ortlieb, com-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     their trophies at a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        sentation ceremcoy to be held

Closer than Ever Pennsylvania's First Pari-Mutucl
                                                                                                                                                          ings still to be decided.*               Mater Dei (41)      l U k m <3t>                                                     at the chapter's monthly meet-
                                                                                                                                                                                                      ™        o r r                       "
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 a *r Mlk« Is an ilth grader at Chris-
                                                                                                                                                             A doubleheader matching Seat- Fenntll
                                                                                                                                                                                                Hantke         t S11 Jonei
                                                                                                                                                                                                               0 0 0 PelM
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 t 111
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 I 9  «tian Brothers Academy, Llncroft, ing at ',the Community Center
                                                                                                                                                          tle against Oregon State and Coitello                4 t 12 Dolan      8 t 10 For the distaff side, ' h w e Tuesday, Marchil2.         '

          ASSOCIATED PRESS              all, and the Mini, who are 154,        Racing Plant Set to Open June 7                                            Utah State against the Western EtzkornHanlay
                                                                                                                                                          Athletic Conference winner com- Patella
                                                                                                                                                                                                               1 3 TElvlno
                                                                                                                                                                                                               2 3 7P«»llon»
                                                                                                                                                                                                              O 0 0 Elwvdi
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 10 2
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 2 0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 0 0 0
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        there were only three entries in They have tliw'v
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        each divison, Nancy Cherry, who tered in the state tais at the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    been en-
     This is supposed to be the tim are tied for the Big Ten lead with                                                                                     prise the first round of the FarFlederowla 0 0 0                             Is in the seventh grade at the Edison Lanes, L .jon, where
 of the college basketball seasoi 7-2 records with Minnesota and PHILADELPHIA (AP)-Penn- 7, "to the most modern harness West Regional], March 11 at Eu- [ater Del 15 13 «S                                                              Beers St. School, Hailet, took the they wll compete against the top
 when the conference races begin Indiana right behind.                             lylvanla's tint parl-mutuel rac- racing plant In America."             gene, Ore. An NIT spokesman Matawan                           al •            girls' first division with a 425. Junior bowlers in the state.
 !o unscramble and a clear-cut Minnesota, third with a 7-i ing plant will open June 7 with In describing this city's first said that six teams have been onieuua—Matron ft Deiu.
  leader emerges; But in some of mark, turned back Wisconsin, >ne record apparently in the major sports construction since sent invitations with Miami,
  !he leagues the standings remain 72-48, at Minneapolis as Me:
  lust as Jumbled today as they Northway led the way with 22 books before a race is run.
                                                                                                                      Temple Stadium went up in 1932, Providence and Canisius the only
                                                                                                                      O'Neill quite naturally turns to ones to respond so far.
  looked at the start of the cam-points. Indiana won on the road, Michael J. O'Neill, 42-year-old the terminology, "big league." Pittsburgh, 16-4, disclosed tha
                                                                                                                                                                                                      Jersey Sailor
  paign.                                edging Iowa, 72-71, for its sixth president of the rapidly rising His father was one of three broth- It had received a bid for the NIT
     The Big Ten, the Big Eight and triumph in nine league starts. il2.5 million harness race struc-era who graduated from Pe«n- and the athletic of/ice confirmed
                                                                                                                                                                                                      Defends Crown
  the Southeastern conferences all Tom Bolyard's 29 points provided :ure in Northeast Philadelphia, sylvania's anthracite region to the Invitation was being consid- SAVANNAH, Ga. — Bob Seldel-
 head into the homestretch wit the spark.                                         says Liberty Bell Park will be major league baseball.                   ered. A school spokesman said man, a Westmont, N. X, sail-
  the outcome of their races gtil Mississippi State, aiming for a the fastest such construction in ".We went to all the leading har- that Pitt was awaiting a possible maker, successfully defended his
 very much in doubt.                    third straight Southeastern Con- racing history — 10 months from ness tracks in the country," at-large bid to the NCAA tourna- Deep South Regatta crown yes-
     Ohio State, ranked fifth in th ference crown, posted an 86-75 pade to finished product,                                                                                                   terday as he paced a record field
                                                                                                                      O'Neill Bays, "and asked them. ment before making a decision
 current Associated Press poll, verdict at Georgia and boosted O'Neill, who took over direction .. you were to build over again, If the Panthers are invited to the entries in the Lightning Class
                                                                                                                      If                           _„„..,
  and Illinois, No. 6, both won lasi Its over-all record to 18-5. Au- of Liberty Bell alter the death what new things would you put NCAA competition, they mosi sailing event,
 night and stayed tied for first burn kept pace with a 63-61 of his father-ta'-law, James P.                               ~                 -  .                                                  S e i d e l m a n , who finished
 place In the Big Ten.                  squeaker at home over Tulane to Clark, emphasizes, however, that In. Then, we put them in,"                       likely will accept it.               fourth in the opening race Sun-
     Eighth-ranked Mississippi State boost its record to 17-2.                                                           Just to name a few of the in-                                          day, jumped to an early lead
                                                                                  despite the speed, quality has                                                MIBULETOWN MERCHANTS
 and Auburn, rated No. 9 nation- The victories gave both Missis- iecn the construction by-word. novations, O'Neill mentioned de-                                                          W L over the other 46 entries in the
 ally, posted Southeastern Confer- sippi State and Auburn 9-2 league                                                  pressed barns In the practice       suburban P»»rm»cy ~ _                 second and duplicated the ef-
                                                                                                                                                          Holmdtl Liquor
                                                                                                                                                          Halmdtl l i r
 ence victories and remained tied records with Idle Georgia Tech "We told all bidders on the track area, the clubhouse all on a»nmoulh Electrlo .                                  .—87        fort in the final race to record
 for the SEC lead.                                                                  iro|ect that we didn't want peo- one floor, a pneumatic tube sys-                                               total of 143% points. Seldel-
                                        still in the running at 7-3. The                                                                                  Bamuelnon Const.               3S
     And poor Colorado, seventh in champion automatically quali- ple to walk over duck boards. tem for money handling, the lat-O'Dell Plumbing ..                                     ...33    mann teamed with Charles
the listings a week ago but outfies for the NCAA tournament but                   We have to be big league open- est word in track lighting, and a VollOanil rowng Serv                 __     Dore and Wilson Kipp, also of
 of the Top Ten this week, lost it is unlikely that Mississippi ing night," O'Neill recalls.                          bridge to the grandstand to sep-John Day Funeral Home ..29               Westmont, In piloting the Farouk
 to Missouri, 60-58. The Buffaloes Slate would go because of the                     O'Neill, nephew of former ma- arate pedestrian and vehicular J. t w . t>ry Will Corn.
                                                                                                                                                           vr«rlno'i Atlantic .
                                                                                                                                                                                            37    round the triangular Wilmington
                                                                                   or league baseball manager traffic.                                    Buntenback ....——                 43
 not only lost first place In the stale's segregation policies.                                                                                             20O Club — Tom D'AguMlno 208, Rlwr course.
tightly bunched Big Eight stand- Ray Bob Carey's lay-up with                       Steve O'Neill, says the track, Liberty Bell expects to have 224, Chuck Reynold! 300, ..Hank First round leader Carl Eichen-
                                                                                                                                                          HOOImon SOt, Out Humowltt 322, Pal
 ings, but tumbled all the way five seconds to play enabled host started last July 26, undoubtedly 1,200 horses quartered on its 292Churdi 331. Cora Wolvetton 201, Edna lauib Jr., of San Diego, Calif.,
 to fourth.                             Missouri to gain its two-point de- will be ready by May 26. He acre triangular site for the first Morron 215, John Fleming 200, Clay took second with 140% points at
                                                                                                                                                          Balr 305, Norman Slcklei SO4, '-'
     T h i r d - r a n k e d Loyola of cision over Colorado. Idle Okla- expects to open the doors June 50-day meeting.                                    Burkhardt 203, Al Kroner 3W.          ID slipped to fifth in the second
Chicago, the only other member homa State took over first place                                                                                                                                   ace and placed third in the final
of the new Top Ten to see action, in the Big Eight with 7-2, fol-                                                                                                                                n the Bull II.
thrashed St. John's in New York, lowed by Kansas State at 6-2 and                                                                                                                                  Third was Stewart Anderson of
70-47, in rebounding from a 92-7! Iowa State at 8-3. Colorado,                                                                                                                                 Buffalo, N. Y., in GJockenspel!
upset at the hands of Bowling fourth with a 7-3 record, bowed                                                                                                                                  II. Anderson, who came In sixth
Green Saturday night.                   to Iowa State last week.                                                                                                                               In the opening race, put a pair, DINNER GUEST — Kyle Roti, former New] York Sianh"
     Ohio State, behind Gary Miami of Florida, named to the                                                                                                                                    of second place finishes back to ifellar and, will ba guest tpeaksr at thft Monmouth-
Bradds' 31 paints, whipped NIT, over-whelmed Tampa, 112-                                                                                                                                       back for 139 points.                       Middlesex Chapter of St. Pater's College! Jersey City,
Michigna State 87-77 for its 46th 91, for its 20 victory In 24 starts.                                                                                                                             Fourth place went to Tom Fall-
•traight home court victory. Texas Western, a Midwest at-                                                                                                                                      en, also of Buffalo, In the Alumni dinner Thursday night at Tha Oaki MlddUtown.
Illinois, meanwhile, snapped             arge entrant in the NCAA                                                                                                                              Flare. Fallen posted a third In Rota, who now serves as director of sports and communi-
two-game losing streak and won         bracket, crushed West Texas                                                                                                                             the opening race, dropped to ty relations for radio station WHEW, will narrate t h *
at Purdue 87-79 as Bill Small col- State, 84-42, and boosted its rec-                                                                                                                          fourth in the second and slipped
lected 32 points.                      ord to 16-5.                                                                                                                                             o seventh in the final. He totaled films of the New York Gianti-Grasn Bay Packan Na-
    The Buckeyes, now 16-3 over Bowling Gre&n followed up Its                                                                                                                                   135 points.                               tional Football League championship game! and will par-
                                       conquest of Loyola of Chicago                                                                                                                                                                      ticipate in a question and antwar session.1 Alto on tha
                                       with a 66-58 triumph at home
      LADIES PAY                       over Notre Dame. The success                                                                                                                                    NHL Standings                      program is Don Kennedy, director of athliitics and but-
                                       was the Falcons's seventh in a                                                                                                                                                                     ketball coach at St. Petar'i, who will speak on the Seton
                                       row and gave veteran coach Har-                                                                                                                                                   W L TPts.
                                       old Anderson the 500th win of his                                                                                                                       Chicago                  27 15 14 68 Hall-St. Peter's game to be played the evening before
                                       career,                                                                                                                                                 Montreal ._.            M 1» 18 84 tha dinner.                                                        i       i
                                          Ip other games: Northwestern                                                                                                                           'oronio               J7 M ' 9
                                         ipped Michigan, 63-62, Oklahoma
                                       downed Nebraska, 84-77, Furman
                                                                                                                                                                                               New York _
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       33 18 13
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        16 29 10 42
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  TENTH                   ANNUAL
                                       topped Virginia Tech, 70-64, Ala-                                                                                                                       Boston                    12 31 14 38                                           JERSEY COAST
                                         ama defeated LSU, 75-71, Mis-                                                                                                                               YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
                                       lissippi whipped Florida, 72-63,
                                      Vanderbuilt shaded Kentucky, 69-
                                      67, New Mexico State trimmed
                                                                                                                                                                                                        No garnet scheduled
                                                                                                                                                                                                          TODAY'S GAMES
                                                                                                                                                                                                        No game* scheduled
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              BOAT SHOW
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               O N V t N T I O N H A U ASBUPY TAF-H N
                                      Hardin Simmons, 83-69, and                                                                                                                                      TOMORROW'S GAMES
                                       Kavier of Ohio drubbed Villa FLOTILLA 22 OFFICERS — O. C. Petsri, c enter, Rumion, newly-elected commander                                                 Montreal at Toronto                                             FEBRUARY 16-24
                                       Madonna, 96-68.                                                                                                                                            Boston at New York                                       CHUIStM, OUTBOARD?, SAUIOATS, ENOINIS. MARINE
                                                                                    sf Flotilla 22, U. S. Coast Guard Auxiliary, it shown with ntwly elected vie* com-
                                          Boston College won the Boston                                                                                                                                                                                    KJUIMWNT. lASGfSt SELECTION OF JERSEY • SEA SKIMS
                                       3eanpot •'"ournament with a 59- nander Howard Lancaster, left, Fair Haven, and re-elected training officer 6aorge .Barry Shoilenberger, 21-year-                                                                    FREE C»u«« In iplklng rop. and knol lying. (
                                           overtime victory over North- T. Barnard, Red Bank, at a recent meeting of tha group. Flotilla 22 conducts boat- old pitcher on the roster of the                                                            -/.                     "W» furnllh t h . K«p«> Alt WtlCOMI
                                      eastern and Boston University                                                                                                                            Cincinnati Reds, struck out 228
  "ffll ought to help — rolled over Tufts, 71-52, in the ing courses in the area, the latatt in preparation being an eight-lesion court* on safe batters in 185 Innings at Water-                                                                       Gintrnl Admliltoni $1.00 - ChltAtni 60c. Am'|ilt m l
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            ''JfMrMS9UfcNitd«r-'H»»MDD«% J-7 Sunrfap
 m put oa «ft darners!" consolation game,                                          boating at Monmouth Boat Club, starting April 11 (                                                           oo, Iowa last season,
'64 Grid
Slates                                '64 Shore Conference Grid Slates
                                    A-GROUP FOOTBAIX-MM Sept. M
                                    BRICK TOWNSHIP                    Long Branch (H)
                                                                                               Oct. 3
                                                                                                                             Oct. 10
                                                                                                                             Mlddletown (H)
                                                                                                                                                             Oct. 17
                                                                                                                                                              Freehold (A)
                                                                                                                                                                                     Oct. 24
                                                                                                                                                                                     Neptune (A)
                                                                                                                                                                                                               Oct. Jl                Nov. 7
                                                                                                                                                                                                               Monmouth Reg. (H) Red Bank (H)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Nov. U
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Toms River (A)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Nov. 21
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Central Regional
Accepted                            FREEHOLD REGIONAL *
                                    LONG BRANCH
                                                                      Brick Twp. (A)
                                                                      Toms River (A)
                                                                                              Red Bank (A)
                                                                                               Neptune (H)
                                                                                                                             Neptune (A)
                                                                                                                             Monmouth Reg. (H) Neptune (H)
                                                                                                                             Brick Twp. (A)
                                                                                                                                                             Brick Twp. (H)

                                                                                                                                                             Asbury Park (H)
                                                                                                                                                                                     Toms River (H)
                                                                                                                                                                                     Asbury Park
                                                                                                                                                                                                              Long Branch (A)
                                                                                                                                                                                                              Freehold (H)
                                                                                                                                                                                     Monmouth Reg. (A) Red Bank (H)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Toms River (A)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Monmouth Reg. (H) Mlddletown (A)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Middletown (H)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Long Branch (A)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Red Bank (A)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Freehold (H)
   LAKEWOOD - The 1964 foot-
 ball schedules of the newly MONMOUTH REGIONAL                        Rultan                  Toms River (H)                 Long Branch (A)                 Red Bank (A)            MitMletown (H)            Brick Twp. (A)        Neptune (H)             Freehold (A)         _ Shore Regional
 formed A, B and C Divisions of NEPTUNE .                                                      Mlddletown (A)                Freehold (H)                    Long Branch (A)         Brick Twp. (H)            Toms River (H)         Monmouth Reg. (A) Red Bank (A)                 Asbuiy Park
 the Shore Conference were ac- REP BANK                               Red Bank Cath. (H) Freehold (H)                        Tons River (A)                  Monmouth Reg. (H)                                 Mlddletown (A)         Brick Twp. (A)         Neptune (H)             Lung Branch (H)
 cepted without objections at the  TOMS RIVER                         Mlddletown (H)                                                                                                                                                  Long Branch (H)
 monthly meeting of the.'Shore                                                                Monmouth Reg. (A) Red Bank (H)                                 Central Regional        Freehold (A)              Neptune (A)                                   Brick Twp. (II)         Lakewood (A)
 Conference last night at Lake- B-GROUP FOOTBALL—1M4 S e p t . »                              Oct. 3                         Oct. IS                         Oct. 17                 Oct. 24                   Oct. Jl                Nov. 7                 Nov. 14                 Nov. K
 wood High School.                  KEYPORT )                         Rumson-F. H, Reg.                                      Lakewood                        Snore Regional          Manasquan                 Metuchen               Southern Freehold      Rarftan                 Matawan
    Basketball, track, wrestling
 and golf also were topics of dis-MANASQUAN                                                   Rumson-F.H. Reg.               Rarltan                         Southern Freehold       Keyport                   Matawan                Wall Township          Shore Regional          Pt. Pleasant Beach
 cussion at the meeting.            MATAWAN                           Southern Freehold       Long Branch                    Shore Regional -                Raritani                                          Manasquan              Freehold               Rumson-F.H. Reg.        Keyport
   A discussion on the awarding RARITAN                               Monmouth Reg.           Southern Freehold              Manasquan                       Matawan                 Shore Regional            Runtson-F,H. Reg.                             Keyport                 Madison Township
of the Shore Conference soccer RUMSON-F.H. REG.                       Keyport                 Manssquan                      Southern Freehold               Pt. Pleasant Beach Wall Township                  Rarltan                Shore Regional         Matawan                 Red Bank Cath.
 championship was the major
 topic of the, evening. Harold SHORE REGIONAL                         Jackson                 Pt. Pleasant Boro              Matawan                         Keyport                 Rarltan                   Southern Freehold      Rumson-F.H. Reg.       Manasquan               Monmouth Reg.
 Handchen, Brick Township High SOUTHERN FREEHOLD                      Matawan                 Rarltan                        Rumson-F.H. Reg.                Manasquan               Lakewood                  Shore Regional        Keyport                 Jackson
 athletic director and chairman of C-GROUP FOOTBALL-1M4 Sept. »                               Oct. 3                         Oct. It                         Oct. 17                 Oct. 24                  Oct. 31                Nov. 7                  Nov. 14                 Nov. 2«
 the soccer committee, suggested
 Neptune and Freehold Regional, CENTRAL REGIONAL                      Pt. Pleasant Boro       Pt. Pleasant Beach Southern Reg.                               Toms River                                        Jackson                Lakewood               Wall Township           Brick Township
 which tied for the championship JACKSON                              Shore Reg.              Wall Township                  Allentown                       Lakewood                Pt. Pleasant Beach Reg. Central Reg.             Southern Reg.          Southern Freehold       P t Pleasant Boro
 with 13-2 records, be co-cham- LAKEWOOD                              Pt. Pleasant Beach Southern Reg.                       Keyport                         Jackson                 Southern Freehold         Wall Township          Central Reg.           Pt. Pleasant Boro       Toms River
 pions and each receive trophies. PT. PLEASANT BEACH                  Lakewood          '     Central Reg.                   Wall Township                   Rumson-F.H. Reg.        Jackson                                          Pt, Pleasant Boro      Southern Reg.           Manisqiuui
   After much , discussion, con- PT. PLEASANT BORO                    Central Reg.            Shore Reg.                                                     Wall Township          Southern Reg.                                    Pt. Pleasant Beach      Lakewood                Jackoan
 ference represe'ntativees voted,
 by a slight margin, to award the SOUTHERN REGIONAL                   Wall Township           Lakewood                      Central Reg.                                            P t Pleasant Bora                                Jackson                 Pt. Pleasant Beach
 teams co-championship trophies. WALL TOWNSHIP                        Southern Reg.           Jackson                        P t Pleasant Beach Pt. Pleasant Boro                    Rumson-F.H. Reg.          Lakewood               Manasquan              Central
   Hajidchen also recommended
 that Shore Regional be admitted
 to the Shore Conference soccer
 league next season." He has a
 tentative schedule for the '63
                                      DukeReplaces Loyola as No. 2 Opinions Vary on No Return Bout
 •eason with Shore Regional in-
 cluded. The proposal was not
 voted upon, but will be brought
up at the next meeting of the
                                      Club in CollegeBasketball Poll
                                                                   Clause Resolution for Title Fights
 group.                                     Associated Press              Cincinnati, gunning for its third Virginia 79-74 and Wake Forest
   Handchen suggested a breakup Cincinnati kept a strong hold straight National Collegiate Ath- 7M0.                                                                                                                                   any
                                                                                                                                                                 NEW YORK (AP) - "It seems get where he is should be pen- boxer, manager, promoter or Ing Board of Control, the Latin-
of the soccer loop into northers on its position as Che No. 1 colletic Association championship, Wichita, loser of six games, like a good idea, yet sometimes alized on one fight alone."                                              other licensee who participates in America Union and the Oriental
and southern divisions, with five lege basketball team in the drew 34 of the 42 first place gained new respeot on its it ain't."                                                                     He added that Saturday's fight any bout at any time after the Boxing Federation, which make
 teams composing the northern country today despite the upse votes while all of the other eight triumph over Cincinnati Auburn That terse comment from world carried no return clause, but suspension within the suspended up the World Council.
and four making up the southern. which snapped its 37-game win- went to Duke.                               beat Florida 88-59 and Louisiana lightheavyweight champion Har- assuming he won back the title, jurisdiction."                                                  The New York State Athletic
The proposal is expected to be n ing streak.                                                                                                                        Johnson summed
                                                                           The weekly Top Ten underwent state 82-57. Rapidly improving old general reaction toup today he would give Tiger a return Approving the resolution were Commission did not join the
brought up at the March meet- While the Bearcats were losing considerable juggling as the re- New York University crushed the                                                            the reso- "if the fight warranted it."        delegates from the World Boxing council, but chairman Melvln
tag.                               their first game since Jan. 10, of the rash of upsets. Ari- Temple 77-50 and Holy Cross lution of the newly formed World There was no return bout clause Association, the European Box- Krulewltch pledged his full co-
         Cage Playoff* Set          1962, to Wichita 65-64 last Satur- zona State moved up into fourth 102-71. ;                                               Council of Professional Boxing when Jack Dempsey lost his ing Federation, the British Box- operation.
   The Shore Conference basket- day night. *he4r closest pursuer place, followed in order by Ohio Cincinnati (34) (19-1) ...                                   prohibiting, effective July 1,
                                                                                                                                                        403 return bout contracts for title heavyweight title to Gene Tunney
ball playoffs have been set up national honors, Loyola of State, Illinois, Wichita, Missis- Duke (8) (19-2)
                                   for                                                                                                                                                             in 1926. Dempsey earned his
and it was also decided that Chicago, also was taking it on sippi State, Auburn and New                     Loyola (21-1)
                                                                                                                                                       .321 fights.
                                                                                                                                                        ...280                                                                   Rookie Turns Fastest Lap
                                                                                                                                                                                                   return bout with Tunney, the one
team trophies would be awarded the chin. Loyola bowed to Bowl- York University.                              Arizona State (20-2)                 ........212 The resolution was hailed by with the famous long count, by
to three champions—the A Divi- ing Green 92-75 for its first de- Newcomers t o the list from Ohio State (15-S) „                                                               and Harry Mark-
                                                                                                                                                        158 Nat Fleischer known boxing au- blocking out Jack Sharkey.
sion winner, the over-all B Di-    feat of the season-
vision titlist and the over-all As a result of these develop- last week are Wichita, Auburn Illinois (144)
                                                                                                                                                       _.1J8 son, two well their return from Neither did Joe Louis have a
                                                                                                                                                               thorities, on
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Of Daytona '500' Qualifiers
                                                                        and NYU, in seventh, ninth and Wichita (1M) ..._                                   124 Mexico City where the, World return bout clause in his first
Shore Conference champion.         ments, The Associated Press' 10th places, respectively. They Mississippi State (17-5)                                    85 Council adopted the resolution title bout with Jersey Joe Wal- DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (AP) grin back in the pits. Regardless
   In the fjrst night of the Shore special panel of sports writers replaced No. 7 Colorado, beaten                                                        .82 Saturday night.                      cott in 1947 when he retained the —It was late in the day when of how he does among the vet-
Conference playoffs, Wednesday, and broadcasters decided Cin- by Iowa State 73-60; No. 8 Stan- Auburn (16-2)                                                                                       crown on a split decision.
Feb. 27, Neptune and Manasquan, cinnati stilL should be rated the ford, which lost to California 61- New York Univer. (13-2) „ 80 The fighters and managers who Louis won the heavyweight title the black and gold Chevrolet erans in Sunday's $100,000-plui
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       bearing the number "13" on its     500-miler, this
which are currently tied for the   nation's best    team, but that 80, and No. 10 Georgia. Tech, Others receiving votes listed commented, however, were more by knocking out Jim Braddock ins l d e appeared on the Daytona for car-builder was vindication
lead in the A Division, will meet Loyola, loser by 17 points! beaten by Louisville 78-73.                   alphabetically: Bowling Green, reserved in their views.                                                                                                                         Smoky Yunlck
                                                                                                            Bradley,           Canlslus, Colorado,                                                 1937 after Braddcck had agreed International Speedway yester- of Daytona Beach, who picked
in the opening game at 7 p.mcouldn't be figured better than                                                                                                      Fleisoher, editor of king Maga-
In the nightcap of the Asbury third. The Chicagoans fell to               The biggest leap was made by Georgia Tech, Holy Cross, Ida- zine and who has gained a world- to defend against Max Schmeling. day.                                                              Rutherford off the dirt tracks of
                                                                                                                                                                                                   It was revealed years later that
Park Convention Hall double- third place behind Duke, which Ohio State, which climbed from ho, Indiana, Kentucky, Miami, wide reputation during his more Braddock's manager, the late Joe At its wheel was John Ruther- Texas and named him to drive
header, Rumson-Fair Haven Re- racked up a couple of one-sided ninth to'fifth on a 7548 triumph Fla., North Carolina, Kansas than 50 years in the sport, de- Gould, had signed a personal con- ford, 24, of Fort Worth, Tex., the world's fastest closed                   in
gional, B Northern . Division victories.                                over Miohigan. Arizona State, State, Oregon State, Pittsburgh, clared;                                                                                         a rookie driver who was even course event.
                                                                        victor over Utah 83-78 and Brig- Providence, St. Joseph's, Pa.; "The resolution banning return                             tract \ with the late promoter, less known among Daytona's avid "If I ever get used to
champion, will tangle with Point
Pleasant Beach, B Southern DP
                                                                        ham Young 104-87, advanced one Stanford, Texas, Texas Western, bout contracts has teeth in it andMikeof the calling for percent- stock car racing fans than most this track," said the smiling
                                                                        step from fifth. Illinois surpris- UCLA, Utah State, Wake Forest, has long been needed... it is theheavyweight net profits of ail other rookies.
vision titlist, at 8:30 p.m. for
the over-all B Division champion-    Cathy Corcione                     ingly dropped only two rungs West Virginia.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    title bouts Jacobs
                                                                                                                                                               most constructive piece of box- staged out of New York.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Rutherford, 'I really will go."
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Rutherford flashed around the Yunlck smiled knowingly and
chip.                                                                   despite losses to Wisconsin and                                                        ing legislation in many years." The World Council resolution 2%-mile high-banked Daytona winked.
   The Neptune-Manasquan game        Snaps State                        Indiana. Mississippi State also
                                                                                           CBA Yearlings
                                                                        fell a couple of notches after los-
                                                                                                                                                                 Markson, director of boxing takes cognizance of such personal Speedway at 162.866 miles per
                                                                                                                                                               for. Madison Square Gat-den, said contracts. It states "that no hour in his first try. Several
may serve a dual purpose. Un-
less Neptune or Manasquan are
                                     Swim Record                        ing to Florida 73-52.                                                                  the resolution would eliminate commission shall approve any thousand fans applauded hearti-                    NBA Standings
upset in their two remaining con-
ference clashes, the team will PRINCETON - Cathy Cor- games while winning 19, whipped      Easy Victors
                                                                          Duke, which has lost only two                                                        what he termed "shotgun con- contract containing a return bout ly when the announcement blared
                                                                                                                                                               tracts."                                                                over the loudspeakers. It was
                                                                                                                                                                                                   clause; to the contrary, commis. their way of saying "well-done'
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 EASTERN DIVISION
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    W L Vet.
be tied for the "A" title at thecione, 9, of Long Branch, erased                                                                                                 He explained: "This is when a sions shall encourage provisions
                                                                          Speedboat Racer In Track Meet
season's end. The Shore Con- a state record in an age group                                                                                                    champion tells a contender he'll in contracts stating that there is     to a rookie who would even at- Boston                  : 47 II .711
ference Playoff game wit decide AAU swimming meet at the                                                                                                       give him a title fight, but he                                          tempt to make his debut on a Syracuse ...               ...-37 17 .571
                                                                                                                LINCROFT - The Christian must give him a return fight if no secret or other arrangements { r a c k s u c h a t h f s                                      Cincinnati           - S 5 » .547
which club will meet the B Di-     YMCA here Saturday.                                                                                                                                             designed to assure a return                                            New York „_             .18 «
                                                                                                            Brothers Academy f r e s h m a n he loses."
vision champion for the over-all Miss Corcione 3wam to a 1:16.9
Shore Conference crown.
     Playoff Finals March 1
                                   clocking in the girls' 9-10 100-yard
                                   individual medley to snap the old
                                                                          Dies of Injuries                  track squad coasted to an easy, In expanding his views as a bout."
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Rutherford took the car back
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       to the pits. An hour1 later he
                                                                                                            56-24, victory over St. Peter's, fighter Johnson added: "Suppose Under the resolution a return was back on the track and offi-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                WESTERN DIVISION
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   W L Pet.
                                                                                                                                                                                                   bout for a champion losing his
   The Shore Conference Play-      mark of 1:20.3 by almost four GLENDALE, Calif. (AP) - Staten Island, In a dual meet on it is a very close fight or the title would be permitted only cial timer and scorer Joe Epton Lot Angeles                                                               AS II .750
                                                                        Speedboat driver Guy "Red" Wil-the academy's horse track here champ has an off night, then I                                                                                                      St. Louis              ,.M 27 .SH
offs will wrap up Friday, March seconds.                                son, unconscious since his boat Saturday.                                                                                  with the approval of the World and his crew put the clock on Detroit                           .M 40 47S
1, with the title game set for Miss Corcione's Shore Aquatic flipped at 95 miles an hour last                                                                  think he should get a return fight Council "which shall be given him.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          San Francisco           J S 40 M
8:30 p.m. The first round losers Club teammate, I0-year-otd Sue Nov. 24, died yesterday at a The meet, which was a final fast. Otherwise I think it is only in the event the losing cham- This time the fans                                                           S Chicago                   U 41 .212
wil' meet in a consolation tilt at Halfacre of Rumson finished sec Glendale hospital.                       timeiip for the Iona College meet good thing because it will open
7 p.m.                    the event, almost match-                                          to be held this Saturday on the boxing to more contenders pion obviously is the most de- and shouted as the Texa3 sprint
                                                                                                                                                               up                                                                                                             YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
                                                                           Wilson, who would have been outdoor all weather track at                                                                serving contender or in the event car champ, making his first bid
   No advance sale tickets for the ing the old record with a 1:21,1 43 tomorrow, suffered multiple Cardinal Spellman High School, and give more people a crack at the former champion establishes f o r honors on a major paved                                                  No games scheduled
playoffs will be sold at the com-effort. .                              head injuries and lacerations gave indicatons that CBA Coach
                                                                                                                                                               titles."                            Justification . . . by winning an speedway, flashed to 166.122                 TODAY'S GAMES
peting schools. A turnaway Two other Shore Aquatic Club when his E-Class racing run- Brother Brian's sprinters and Gil Clancy, co-manager of intervening bout."                                                                        m.p.h—fastest lap ever recorded Chicago vs. Syracuse at New
                                   splashers finished second and
crowd is expected.                                                      about cartwheeled and landed on middle distance men were near- Emlle Griffith, the world welter- "The teeth" in the resolution here without benefit of a draft. York
   Three . trophies will also be third in the junior women's (12- 'him while he was trying for aing top form.                                                  weight champion, said: "When to which Fleischer refers, pro Drafting means that two cars Detroit at New York
presented for the bowling          17) 500-yard freestyle. Nancy Os-                                                                                           you have a champion you don't vides for automatic suspension of follow each other at high speeds, Cincinnati at Boston, ifternooi
champs. The Northern titlist,      borne, 12, of Mtddletown, took world kilometer record at Park-                           — SUMMARIES —                      want to put the title on the line any commission' "approving any both taking advantage of the Los Angeles at San Francisco
Southern Division winner and       the runner-up position with a er, Ariz. His left side was para ShotCBA M WonSt. Ptter'i 84    -
                                                                                                                                                               unless there is a rematch."         such prohibited championship re- wind draft thus created.
over-ail Shore Conference cham-    6:34.5 clocking while Jane Nagle, lyzed.                                  (OBA), put:_             by Walt Oaruba
                                                                                                                             Bob Johnson (CBA), 3. Ed                                                                                                                           TOMORROW GAMES
                                   13, was third in 6:44.1.               Wilson successfully underwent 60-yard dash: Won by George Madden "If I didn't have a champion turn bout and
                                                                                                            Pellfno (SPl. Dfscanco: M'9(S'                                                                                 all commis     Rulher is not a talkative fel Cincinnati at Syncini
pion will receive awards.                                               two brain operations ajid only (OBA), 2. Mike Mahoney (CBA), 3. I might feel differently," Clancy sions shall permanently suspend low, but he couldn't help                                          Boston at Detroit
   In a major track change, How-                                        last week attendants said he was Ed Flynn (SP). Time; :O7.2                            continued, adding that there was
                                                                                                                One-mile run: Won                      Rowe
ard Peterson, Neptune High athle- the Shore Conference Golf making progress toward partial (OBA), 2. Blllchandlsr by Don3. Bob no return clause in the contract
tic director and chairman of the League, Toms River join Rum- recovery.                                     Ha, erty (SP). Time: 5:18                          Griffith signed to defend his
track committee, announced that son-Fair Haven, Mtddletown                                                         )-yard run: Won by Tom Byrne
                                                                                                            OP), 2. Greg DuBoli (CBA). . title against Luis Rodriguez in
the A Division track and field Red Bank, Neptune Wall Town-                                                 George Denis (OB-A). Time: 2:24
                                                                                                                300-yard dash: Won7 by (Tie) Mike
                                                                                                                                                               Los Angeles March 16.
championships would be switched ship, Brick Township, Lakewood,
from Asbury Park to Lakewood. Point Pleasant and Central Re-                  Basketball                    MUioney (OBA), Bob MMloy (SP). 3.
                                                                                                            O»ry Smith (SP). Time: :S3.4
                                                                                                                                                                 Jersey Jones, American repre-
                                                                                                               600-yard run: Won by Joe Utz (OBA), sentative for Dick Tiger of Ni-
The B Division meet will be held gional to replace Asbury Park,                                             2. Ed Flynn (SP), 3. Jell Hartwyk geria who defends his world mid-
at Point Pleasant Beach High in- which dropped out of the loop.
stead of Lakewood.                    Finally, the Shore Conference
                                                                               Schedule                     (OBA). Time: 1:28.6
                                                                                                                600-yard relay: Won by CBA (Fred dleweight title against Gene Full-
                                                                                                            Bochettl, Tony Bevacqui, Anthony mer in Las Vegas Saturday, said
                                                                                                            Oliver, Bon SanFelllppo), 2. Sp.
   Five ' schools have asked for football schedules for the new                       TODAY                     1.200-yard relay: Won by CBA (Walt "I agree that a champion should
                                                                                                               aniba, Greg DuBols, Ron SanFW1-
admittance into the Shore Con- A, B and C divisions were ac-                        A Division              po. Mike Mahoney), 2. BP.                          not be able to force a challenger
ference wrestling league. Mid- cepted.                                  Freehold at Red Bank                    2,100-yard relay: Won by OBA (Joe
                                                                                                            Utz. Gary Smith, Georgft DenH, Don into a return bout."
dletown Township, Shore Region- Also on the next meeting's Neptune at Mlddletown                            Rowe), 2. BP.                                        Fullmer, who lost his crown to
al, Monmouth Regional, Matawan agenda is a discussion on the Manasquan at Long Branch                                                                          Tiger; in their first bout, said
                                                                                                                     A. IL TWO-MAN CLASSIC
Regional and Central Regional formation of a Shore Conference Toms River at Brick Twp.                                                            Peteraei "I don't go along with it
all hope to join the loop. The cross country league.                                                                                                Polnti don't feel a champion who strug-
                                                                                    B Division              Ted'i Bar t Grill    ill      „..;.._     623.27
topic will be brought up at the The next meeting of the group Henry Hudson at Rumson (J:39 P M l l ' Golff  S y H d G l_                             51913 gles five, six or seven years to
next meeting.                      is Monday, March 25, at Brick p.m.)                                      Highland Rec                              *07.«2
   In a switch in the makeup of Township High.                          Raritan Twp. a t Keyport            Chrltty'i Confectionery                   498.38
                                                                                                            Parleman • Plumbing                       .493.18 The 1963 major league baseball
                                                                        Matawan at Monmouth Reg.            Monmouth Lumber „                          480.03 season will open on two fronts on
                                                                                                            Insulation 4 suing                    .....482.n
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                                                                                                                                 J                   0 194,
                                                                        Pt. Pleasant at Southern Reg. 814; Bill MoCabo 181. 345, OK—«08.
                                                                                                            188-628: Hirry Dwlght 182, 228. 206— at Washington and Pittsburgh
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Herb Carper on Running-                                                                                                    (Continued)
                                                                                                                  The board discussed the ap-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           elected at last nighf s organiza-
                                                                                                                                                    t f o of Ttaton Falls Schools last Mrs. Greta Barker, .custodian tion meeting. -
                                                                                                                                                    night. He has been a member of ot school funds; George Huss, Re-elected were president, Wil-
                                                                                                               pointment' of the attorney tor the board for the past four years, Newark, auditor; Theodore Gel- liam Flock; vice president, - C.
                                                                                                               about a half-hour in executive and vice president for the past set, Red Bank, attorney, and Dr. Edward Tilton; Custodian of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            May Finisli
Don't Do Too Much of It                                                                                        session at the request of Mr. year.
                                                                                                                                                                                         Ignatbu DeU'AJra, Hazlet, school
                                                                                                                                                        He was nominated by the out' physician.
                                                                                                                  In other business, the board going president, Dr. Richard The board will continue to meet
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            school funds, Ann Wylle; and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           secretary, Leslie Douglass.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Sworn to for three-year terms
     SAN FRANCISCO <AP)-Herb Carper, who admits track must Despite his fine record, Carper, reappointed Calvin R. G. OhlseO, Swenson, win bad served In the the first Tuesday of each month. rr
 Carper, probably more over- be a lot of fun if he's kept at has never quite caught on as a
                                                                                                                                                                                           W IUK nmraoy a w n n w
                                                                                                               township treasurer, as custodian post two years. Dr. Swenwn was Mr. Severini appointed the foJ-wjre                                          Probe Thurs.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Jr., and ITV-
 looked than any other good sprin- it this long, gets more than just name runner. Apparently be- of school funds.                                   elected vice president.              lowing chairmen h rstanding com- Thomas
                                                                                                                                                                                             *     W i Y d of f d l ram ing G. Eggert, Jr.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Thom Egger,                             FREEHOLD-Mownouth Coun.
 ter in the United States, has a pleasure out of his efforts. He cause he has been less successful The board will continue to meet There were no changes in any mittees:                                                      g                                  ty Prosecutor Vincent P. Keuper
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Th M t h County Nation- laid yesterday the Grand Jury
 theory for runnlng-don't do too      was ranked second among U.S. outdoors than on the boards, he's the second Tuesday of the month. of the board appointments from Textbooks and supplies, Mrs. The Monmouth
  much of i t                         sprinters last winter and has      usually dismissed as "that fel- Morris Portner, Red Bank, was last year.                                        Jean      Hahn;                              Freeho
                                                                                                                                                                                                            building, and al Banfc Freehold,, was named as will hear more evidence and
     "Why I've been round on and swept dash honors at three West low who happened run six-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     d i            d th meet
                                                                                                               re-named board auditor. Mr. AA/UJf V*. IflWUUWiH will re- W V W U P , Mr. Tetro; »MMM«rt-, official depository and the meet- possibly complete its probe
                                                                                                                                                        Loujf A. Steinmuller WJU 1 V grounds, » « » HVWW, finance,
 off for 11 years," he says, "and CoS'st Indoor meets this season. flat."                                      Johnson was sworn in for hli         main, board secretary; AlstonT*on«, Corrado; persotmej, AJ.tog                       sector he aeoond Thursday of alleged official ir-
 sometimes I just play around for He scored a triple at the But this doesn't keep Carper sixth term while Warren D- Beekman, attorney; custodian of merico Barbate; health and sate- Thursday ot the month.                                                      regularities and contract padding
 the whole season.                    Golden Gate Invitational Friay from considering the 1964 Olym- Brown started his second full funds, Mrs. Rath Crawford; aud- ty, Mrs. Ida Donnelly; regional                                                               in Keansburg.
     "The trouble with these fas in San Francisco, with victories pics in Tokyo.
 lrids is that they try to run .3 at 50, 60 and 25 yards.                   "Sure, I always think about it,"
                                                                                                               term.                                itor, Joseph J. Seaman Co.; and school, Mrs. Antoinette Novick;
                                                                                                                                                    depository of funds, First Merch- junior high school and transpor-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Freehold                           Initial testimony was taken
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Andrew E. Dale was elected Feb. 7 when Mayor Louis Col-
  every weekend from April to Sep- In the 25-yarder,             Carper he says. "You never can tell-and
 tember. That's no way to run.' showed just how fast a starter I don't have any plans to qui
                                                                                                                    Marlboro                        ants National Bank, Asbury tation, Frank Schaden, and stu-
                                                                                                                                                    Park.                                dent relations, Mr. Ostrander.     president of the Freehold Board llchio. Borough Manager C.
                                                                                                                  No president or vice president The regular meeting night also Sworn in for three-year terms    ._         of Education. He replaces Nathan Bernard Blum, James Davis,
                                      he is. Hurdler Hayes Jones chal- running.                                                                                                                                             Katz.                                water plant operator and Mi-
                                      lenged Carper to the sprint.         "It's like I was saying, I've were selected at last night's or- remains unchanged, the second were Mr. Corrado, Mr. Schaden, Neal Munch was elected vice chael M. Nero, a contractor, ap-
Court Directs                           Apparently coaches think Jones got this theory.
                                      is a speedy starter because he
                                                                                                               ganization meeting of the Marl- Tuesday of each month at 8 p.m and Mrs. Hahn, andfortwo-
                                                                                                               boro Board of Education because at the Tinton Falls School.               year terms, Mrs. Donnelly, Mr.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            president, replacing Mr. Dale.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 peared. First Assistant Prosecu-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 tor Solomon Lautman i s pre-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               The board set the fourth Mon- senting the case.
                                                                                                               of a tie vote among the' eight
Payments To                           ran first leg for the U. S. 400-
                                      meter relay team in last sum      Planners Ok                            members present..
                                                                                                                  The tie vote was between the         Keansburg
                                                                                                                                                                                         Barbate and Mrs. Novick.           day ot the month as its regular
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            meeting date.                           Under investigation are two

                                      mer's meet with Russia.                                                  incumbent board president, Harrj Mrs.                                          Raritan                          Arnold Tanner was reappointed sewer repair bills from the
                                        But Carper had a yard lead on
                                      Jones by the time the runners
                                                                        Subdivision                                                                           Margaret Boyle was
                                                                                                               V. Holmes, and incumbent vice named to her second term
                                                                                                               president, Leo J. Scully.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            board attorney.
                                                                                                                                                                                            Robert J, Corbliss was re-Sworn in for new three-year liohio has objected to them on
                                                                                                                                                    president of the Keansburg elected president of the Rarltan
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Nero firm for K.384. Mayor Col-
     FREEHOLD — Two residents had' taken five steps, and he kept                                                                                                                                                            terms at last night's meeting grounds charges were excessive
 Of West Germany named bene- the margin on through a 3.1
 ficiaries in an Asbury Park clocking for the 25 yards.
                                                                        In Matawan                                The problem will now go to the Board ot Education.
                                                                                                               county superintendent of schools, Douglas FOUHCJ was elected fourth term.
                                                                                                               Earl B. Garrison.
                                                                                                                                                                                         Townihip Board of Education foi were Mr. Kate and Mr. Munch. and that an itemized listing was
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Mrs. Edna Kelley was sworn in Inaccurate.
 'woman's will probated 11 years Carper is in the record books MATAWAN - A public hear-                                                             vice president, replacing George Stephen N. Patterson was for her first three-year term.                        Also before the jury are ac-
                                                                                                                  Mr. Garrison will name a pres- B. Johnson.                             named to his third term as vice
 ago will receive $3,500 plus par- as several times co-holder of the ng was held by the Planning                                                                                                                                                                 cusations ol payroll mlsrepre- ,
                                                                                                               ident and vice president. He may Voting on both posts wai president.
 tial interest from the estate un- 60-yard indoor mark of six sec- Board last night on the proposed                                                                                                                                                              sentations to the police depart-
 der an order yesterday by Mon- onds flat. Yet his outdoor best subdivision of an eight-acre tract
                                                                                                               name any member of the board unanimous.
                                                                                                               to either post.
                                                                                                                                                                                            Charles S. Hoplj again was re-     Sea Bright                        ment.
 mouth County Judge Elvin R.                                             off New Brunswick Ave.                                                        The board reappointed Mrs. named board secretary and Paul Victor C. Perotti, Jr., was re-
                                      100 is "only" .4, two-tenths of!                                            The ninth member of the board, Mary Lou Ackennan board sec- Barrese, township treasurer, was
 Smmill in probate court. They                                             The tract known as Dane-
 Iiad asked $10,000 plus 10 years'
                                      the world record.
                                                                         mar, is owned by the Legels
                                        "Well, I guess my outdoor Realty Co., Howard Siegel, pro-
                                                                                                               Michael Ryniewicz, is in Hawaii retary; John W. Savage, borough named custodian of school funds. elected president of the Sea
                                                                                                              on a business trip.                   tax collector, u custodian
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Bright Board of Education.
                                                                                                                                                                                            The board changed Its regular The complexion of the board
     In her will, Mrs. Clara Mey-     training hasn't always been too prietor. Construction of 22 homes Those balloting for Mr. Holmes school funds, and the firm                        meeting night from the third did not change with last night's                       (Continued)
 land-Smitli, formerly at Jersey exemplary," he laughs. "But you is planned.                                  were Daniel Stattel, Lester Bond, Kenna and McCormick, Rahway, Friday to the fourth Friday I of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            organization meeting. Walter L. to pool their supply purchases.
  City, who had left an estate oi just can't run all-out all the time Citizens voiced Sis following ob- Gerald A. Bauman, Jr., and M board auditor.                                      each month. The board will meet Johnson again was named vice The; other endorsed passage of a
  •bout (28,000, set up two 10-year and still last, I don't usually jection to the proposed subdi- Holmes. Voting for Mr. Scullj The board will continue to meet in the high school.                                                                             bill before the legislature which
  $5,000 trusts for a niece, Mrs. start running 'till pretty late." vision:                                    were Mrs. Kate Jackson, Alfred the third Thursday of the month. The Peoples National Bank and president; Thomas W. Garland, would permit school boards to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            secretary; Mrs. Joan Axeben,
  Clara Brook, and a deceased                                              The length of a proposed dead- LaMura, Joseph L. Vota, anc Mrs. Boyle was sworn m for                         the Monmouth County National custodian of school funds, and             make "open end" contracts for
                                                                         end street would be 800 -feet, Mr. Scully.                                 her second full term on thBank, both Keyport, were named the Sea Bright National Bank school supplies with the State Di-
  nephew's wife, Mrs. Katie Esch.
     The will provided that the
  trustee, In his discretion, could
                                    Firemen Get                          while the borough ordinance sets Before the balloting, Mr. Bau board. She has been a member depositories of board funds.
                                                                         the limit at 400.                     man, Mr. LaMura and Mr. Vota five years. Mr. Foulks starts hia
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            the board's depository.              vision of Purchase and Property.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    The federation took the recom-
                                                                                                                                                                                            Sworn in for new terms on the The board will continue to mee
  pay the two women sums lie
  deemed reasonable, plus accrued   Little Rest                            The proposed sidewalk along were sworn in for their first first full term. He has served board were William M. Phillips, the third Monday of each month, mendations seriously and appoint-
                                                                        Miriam Dr. would deprive some terms on the board.                           one year.                            Mrs..Howard Russell and Theo-                                           ed a study committee, of which
  interest, if requested by them                                         of the present residents of pri-                                                                         first dore Stieve.                                                             there are two local members, Mr.
  in writing, Any balance remain-
  Ing after 10 years was to be
                                    In Eatontown                         vacy.
                                                                           The number of houses planned
                                                                                                                                                        Also sworn in for his
                                                                                                                                                    term was Wallace Schiab.                                                   Monmouth                          Schwartz and Norman Field of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 the Monmouth Regional Board of
  shared by other beneficiaries.        EATONTOWN - After a busy would leave little room for chil- Joseph Ferrante last night was
                                      three-fire night Sunday, the dren to play.                                                                         Holmdel                            Highlands                           Beach                            Education. '
                                                                                                               named president of the Keyport
     Testimony indicated that when                                                                                                                                                          Alfred G. Horay was re-elected The Monmouth Beach Board ol That committee has completed
  the will was drawn during World Eatontown Fire Company                   The Planning Board approved Board of Education by a 6-3 vote. Charles S. PfeKfer last                                                            Education re-elected John T. its study of Senate bill 25, which
                                      called out twice more yesterday. the subdivision after the public Voting against Mr. Ferrante was elected to his first term as to his third term as president of
  War II—and revised in minor                                                                                                                                                                                               Ludwig, president, and Gregg H. would permit school purchases
                                        During the afternoon a woods hearing, with the condition that a were Board members Frederick president ot the Holmdel Town- the Highlands Board of Educa
 detail in 1947-Mrs. Meyland-                                                                                                                                                            tkn.                               Snead, vice president, Mr. Lud- through the state open-end con-
                                 ju. fire was extinguished on Whale- bond be posted.                          J. Walling, president last yea: ship Board of Education. He re-
  Smith was concerned about                                                                                                                                                                 Samuel Silberblatt was re- was one of three incum- tracts, and recommended its sup-
  hire relocation of her German pond Rd., and a car fire was Angelo J. Tomasello, chairman, Frank Laughlto and Mrs. Helen places Harry D. Pitcher.                                       elected vice president, ,          bents who ran unopposed to lasl port.
  relatives and ability to make de-   doused near the West Gate at voted against the subdivision be- Pote.                                             The board operates under a The board will continue to meet week's election.                                          Two Benefits
  livery to them.                    Fort Monmouth.                     cause of objections to the 800-foot      Mr. Ferrante, owner and opera- standing policy whereby no one
                                        Fire Chief Stanley Richards road.                                                                                                                the first Wednesday of the month. The board again designated It was pointed out that this
             Trustee Died                                                                                      tor of the Hollywood Fuel Oilserves as president more than                                                                                        ways:
                                                                                                                                                                                            Mrs. Emily Johnson was reap- William Blair as Us attorney,
     Wesley C. Salter, Sr., of As- said the cause of the car fire John F. Ferrano, chairman of Co., Rt. 35, served as vice presi- two years.                             .
                                     could not be determined, but that                                        dent last year.                                                            pointed board secretary and Her- and. Clarence B. Cook, as custo- First, it is permissive, not sub-
 bury Park, the original trustee,                                                                                                                      John J. Landers, Jr., was
                                                                        the zoning committee, announced                                                                                  bert A. Carusoe, Red Bank, as dian of school funds.                     jecting school buying to the state
 died In 1958. In. 1959, Mrs. Brook the three occupants had to make that signatures cm a petition for Frank T. Leonardis was named named vice president, replacing                                                            Ibe appointment of a school mandatorily, but permitting local
                                                                                                                                                                                         board auditor.
 made a request for funds under a hasty escape when the flames the commercial zoning of land on vice president by a 7-2 vote. Vot- Harry K. LuWcert.                                                                        dentist was held over one month. boards, of their own volition, to
 the will. In 1960, Gardner C. broke out suddenly from under Rt. 34 had been verified.                         ing against Mr. Leonardis were Mr. Pfeiffer is an engineer and Mn. Rosemary Shields, bor- The position was held by the late get the price advantages of state
 Klein, of West Long Branch, was the floor boards.                         The petition calls for commer-     Mr. Walling and Mr. Laughlin. Mr. Landers, a sales representa- ough clerk, was named custodian Dr. Nathan Taneabsum.                               buying power, and
 substituted as t r u s t e e and The car was ultimately envel- cial Mining of a residential area Mr. Leonardis is employed in tive. Both men have served on of school funds during the illness                                                                    Second, it provides that under
 brought the matter into court. oped in flames and destroyed. bounded on the north by Rt. 18                                                                                             of Richard Lacas, tax collector.
                                                                                                               the shipping business. He had board two years.
    Evidence was heard then to Traffic on Rt. 35 was stalled for where it intersects Rt. 34, taking been a member of the board The board will continue to The Sea Bright National Bank                                         Oceanport                         certain circumstances the state
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 board could go directlytosup-
former County Judge John C. about 30 minutes.                           in the west side of the highway three years.                                meet the second Wednesday of will be the official depository. John Nagle, Jr. and Glen R. pliers under the state open end
 Giffrdano who made a ruling.                                           to a minimum depth of 200 feet Donald A. Hill was reappointed the month.                                            Mr. Silberblatt was sworn in Whichelk) were the unanimous buying system, thus reaping price
 Before terms of a -judgment were                                       and bounded on the south by the board secretary, Harvey H. Hart- lite board re-designated the for bis fifth term on the board choices of their fellow board advantages without even going
 agreed upon, however, the judge
had retired. Several months ne-
                                    Seek Data                           boarder of Matawan Township. man, board attorney, and Joseph Peoples National Bank, Keyport, while G. Lester Whitfield and members to again head the through the state purchasing sys-
                                                                                                                                                                                        Stewart D. King were sworn in Oieanport Board of Education as tem.
                                                                           Mr. Ferrano estimated that rat- J. Seaman, Perth Amboy, board as depository and reappointed for second full terms on the                                                                                        '
 gotiating among counsel resulted
 in Judge Edward J. Ascher con-
sidering and entering a formal
                                    On Hit And                          ables from the land with com- auditor.                                     Dr. Howard C. Piper, Keyport,
                                                                        mercial buildings would be be- The board will continue to meet and Mr. James Weldon, Hazlet,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            president and vice president, re- The committee has also collect-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            spectively.                         ed a great deal, of material from
                                                                        tween $2 and <3 million. Kata- the first Tuesday of the month. as school physicians.                                                                  A pair of returnees and one other states where group purchas-
    But no funds were paid out.
                                    Run Driver                          bles from the land itself if zoned The Monmouth County Nation- Dr. Joseph D. Puma, Middle-
                                                                        commercially would be about al Bank, this place, was named town, again was named school
                                                                                                                                                                                           Eatontown                                                             ing
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            newcomer were sworn in for is used, and found, according
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           three-year terms as the results of to Mr. Schwartz,, tfjat "the evi-
Mr. Klein testified yesterday he MIDDLETOWN - Robert J. $750,000, Mr. Ferrano stated.                         depository for .board funds.          dentist.                               The Eatontown Board of Edu-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            last week's elections. John V. dence is overwhelmingly to'favor
was not personally satisfied Fenton, 154 Brookside Dr., Bel- Mr. Tomasello said certain Sworn ia for new terms on the George S. Kinkade, Jr., was                                        cation re-elected Samuel Garo-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Hawser and Charles S. Guillau- of the practice."
from Information presented to        ford, has Issued a plea for any- problems had to be ironed out by board were Mr. Walling and Mrs. reappointed secretary, and Wil- falo president and James K. Van deu Joined newcomer Valentine The study committee has "en-
htm that the women In Germany one having information about the the board before final action Pote. Sworn in for his first term liam L. Russell, Jr., of the firm Dover vice president last night DelNegro at the swearing in thusiastically" recommended co-
were In need In order to main hit and run death of a 15-year- could be taken on the petition,                 was Joseph Collins.                  of Doremus, Russell, Fasano and There was no change from ceremony conducted by Board operative purchasing in principle,
tam the same mode of living as old boy In October, 1961,tocon- Dr. Wallace J. McCue, board                                                          Nicosia, Red Bank, as board last year In any of the appoint- attorney Sidney Alpern.                        and asked the federation to draft
at the time the trusts were es- tact local police.                                                                                                                                       ments, Henry Cloffi will continue The second Wednesday in each a model bill making this pro-
                                                                         member, stated that a proposed
                                        The boy, Ronald Lirinlbeck, 19 sign ordinance is being put into          Fair Haven                         attorney.
                                                                                                                                                       The board discussed the heat-     as board secretary; Abraham month was designated as the                 cedure legal.
    Though Judge Simmill read ex Rose Ter., West Keansburg, was legal form and will be submitted Philip H. Roy, 205 Cambridge ing system for the proposed new Zager, as attorney; Dr. Norman official meeting night                                                     To Compile Guidelines
tenslvely from affidavits pre-       struck and killed by a car Oct. to Borough Council at its next Dr., was re-elected president of Village School with Bernard Kel- Thetford and Dr. Barry Grabelle, Once organized, the board got
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   The next meeting of the study
sented on behalf of Mrs. Brook       30, 1961, while walking on Port meeting.                                  the Fair Haven Board of Educa- lenyi, Red Bank architect. The school doctors; Dr. A. M. Villane, down to business and approved committee will be devoted to
 and Mrs. Esch telling of ill Monmouth Rd., East Keansburg.                                                    tion at its organization meeting board decided to use fuel oil school dentist; Robert Squillare, four new substitute teachers. compiling guidelines for local
health and need, he noted Mrs. Police have been searching for                                                  last night.                          instead ot electric heat.            insurance agent of record; cus- They are Mrs. Pearl B. Lawn
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                boards to use in group purchas-
Brook estimated the dollar cost          light blue Plymouth, 1956-1958
of her necessity at '$8,250. This, model. Paint scrapings taken
                                                                        Beach                                    Edward R. Scheffer of                 Sworn in for new terms on the
                                                                                                                                                                                         todian of funds, Elsie Demarest, Mrs. Rita Gaughan, Mrs. Susan
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                ing so as to get the greatest ad-
                                                                                                               Ridge Rd. was named vice pres- board were Mr. Lubkert, John and depository of funds, the Cen- Samuel and Mrs. James Nor- vantage while avoiding known
he said, was virtually to the pen' from the victim's clothing were                   (Continued)               ident.                                                                    tral Jersey Bank and Trust Co. wood.
                                                                                                                                                    F. Kerwin, Jr., and Mrs. Kath-                                                                              pitfalls.
nv the estimated full value of traced to Plymouth cars made water was not tested for pollution Abraham J. Zager, who re-                            leen Beceiro.                          The meeting night will remain A motion was passed to make "The Tinton Falls Schools
the trust plus 10 years' interest. during that period.                   last year by the local health in- mains board attorney, admin                                                   the first Monday of each month application for an emergency Board can take great pride in
           Interest Declined            Mr. Fenton has issued the plea spector.                               lstered the oath of office to Ed-                                          at 8 p.m.                         certificate for Marcella J. Dres- the fact that it set this chain of
    Mr. Klein testified he had of-as a friend of the family.               Councilman Joslin said Dr. ward P. Hemschoot, John                           Atlantic                                                            chel, the recently hired school li- events in motion and that its
fered to pay out the accumulated Police say they have not come Saul Shapiro did test the water Kelsey, D. Roger Wight, George
 Interest but that lawyers for the up with any clues leading to the at the municipal beach and had H. Morgan and Felix J. Turtur,                      Highlands                         Shrewsbury                        brarian.                             judgment has been supported by
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Permission was granted to the the study committee," Mr.
 petitioners declined, fearing they identity of the driver.              declared it safe for swimming. 3d.                                            Edward G. Walter was re-Richard Kraybill was elected                Oceanport Public Library Build- Schwartz said, in a recent report
 would jeopardize their right to                                           He suggested that the commis- Mr. Hemschoot, Mr. Morgan elected president, and Mrs.                           president of the Shrewsbury ing Fund Committee to use the to the board.                              ~
 the full trusts.                                                       sion direct the health Inspector and Mr. Turtur were elested George B. McCaUum, vice presi- Board of Education last night. school cafeteria for a fund rais- Mr. Schwartz did not run for
     Judge Simmill directed pay-
 ments from principal, plus in-
                                    Penny                               to make periodic checks of the ast week after they joined in op- dent, of the Atlantic Highlands He served the past four years ing lasagne dinner March 7.
                                                                        water this summer.                    position to the building of a third
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                re-election to the school board
                                                  (Continued)                                                                                      Board of Education at the as vice president.                                                                 this year, and is now no longer
 terest, be made for approximate-                                          Mr. Conover moved that writ- school in .the borough. The othe: group's organization meeting las
 ly the last #A years, or dating fun," he said, "make fine in- ten reports of tesbtig be sub- members were re-elected.                             night.
                                                                                                                                                                                           Wendell L. Rehm was named
                                                                                                                                                                                         vice president ot the board.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Freehold Twp.                         a member. He said, however, that
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                he intends to continue his work
 to the original request by Mrs.     vestments."                        mitted to the commission.                The board will meet the firsl                                                                                Hugh Oakley wes re-elected        on the study committee until its
                                                                                                                                                       Mr., Walder has served one New members George G. Grim
 Brook In writing.                      Mr. Siderman is employed at Memorial Day was set for the Wednesday of each month ex-
                                                                                                                                                   year as board president, and Jared Halvorses and William J president of the Freehold Town- job is completed.
     Attorney Solomon Lautman of the U. S. Army Electronic Re- opening of the beach. Adults this cept August at 8 p.m. at Knoll- Mrs. McCallum the same period                                                             ship Board of Education at last
                                                                                                                                                                                         Glading were iwora in, along
ASbury Park represented Mr. search and Development Labor- year will be charged $1 and chil- wood School. Previously, the as vice preside,ht.
                                                                                                                                                                                         with returning incumbent, Dr, night's organization meeting.
 Klein and the estate. The peti- atories as a project leader. He dren, 50 cents.
tioners were represented by Har- Is also associated with I. George
                                                                                                              board met second Thursdays.
                                                                                                                                                      The board changed Its regular Donald C. Seuffert.
                                                                                                                 George W. Curchin again was meeting night to Hie second
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Dr. Harry N. Smith was re-    Eye Parking
vey Hartman and Daniel O'Hern, Weston & Sons, Inc., Long It pays to advertise In the Red named custodian of school funds                                                                   The First Merchants National elected vice, president
both of Red Bank.                     3ranch brokerage firm.            Bank Register-Advertisement.          at an annual salary of $1,500. fourth Wednesday of each month Bank was named official deposi day of the month as its regular
                                                                                                              Richard J. Lyon continues
                                                                                                                                                   Wednesday of the month.' The
                                                                                                                                                                                        tory.of funds. Bernard Marx was
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              The board set the second Tues-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Problems In
                                                                                                                                                   was set aside as a "planning and named insurance agent of record. meeting date.
                                                                                                              board secretary.                     discussion' meeting." It win not The second Monday of each H. Allen Madge and Joseph
                                                                                                                 The Red Bank Register was be open to the public.                                                          Callaert were sworn infornew
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            School Area
                                                                                                              designated official newspaper for TJie board formerly met oh the month at 8 p.m. at the borough terms and Terrance Weber was SHREWSBURY-School princi-
                                                                                                              the publication of advertisements second and fourth Mondays.              school will continue to be the
                                                                                                              and legal notices.                                                         time and place of regular meet- sworn in for his first three-year pal Howard Matteson last night
                                                                                                                                                      Monmouth County National ings.                                       term.                                reported that new parking regu-
                                                                                                                                                   Bank, Atlantic Highlands branch, Mr. Kraybill appointed commit-                                              lations in the vicinity of the
                                                                                                                     Rumson                        was designated the official de- tee chairmen and said that each
                                                                                                                                                   pository.                                                                 Ocean Twp.                         school are causing severe con-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                gestion and often leave faculty
                                                                                                                 Elliot W. Sparks was re-New board members sworn In member of the board is 1 mem-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              William Van Middlesworth was members with no place to park.
                                                                                                             elected president of the Rumson last idght were William B. Allen ber of each committee. The ilected president of the Ocean The rules prohibit parking be-
                                                                                                                                                                                        chairmen named were: finanoe.
                                                                                                             Board of Education and Manton and George H. Leddy.
                                                                                                             B. Metcalf, 3rd, was re-elected Mr. Walder named the follow- Mr. Rehm; "buiiSngs"~and" ° night.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             r wnshi
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     P B o a r d o f Education side the school fence on Obre
                                                                                                                                                                                        grounds, Monroe Marx; insur- last                                       PI. but permit parking on the
                                                                                                             vice president.                       ing standing committee chair- ance, Charles Lascaro, and per- Ernest Means was named vice circular entrance to the school
                                                                                                                 A new post of second vice len.                                                                            president.                           grounds.
                                                                                                             president was initiated and filled Administrative, Mr. Allen; ath- sonnel, Mr. Halvorsen.                        New members Edwin J. Fox, This means, Mr. Matteson told
                                                                                                             with the election of Mrs. Martha letics, insurance and safety, Al- Named representives to the dis- Dr. Earl G. Nicks and Clarence the school board, that cars call-
                                                                                                             Adamson.                                                                   trict council of sendiog-receivmg B. Lowensttne were sworn in bying for children line up in the
                                                                                                                                                   bert R. Quackenbush;,. building
                                                                                                                 The board voted to transfer its and grounds, George M. Berg- districts for Red Bank High board attorney Peter Cooper.                          one remaining lane of the cir-
                                                                                                             current funds account from Mon- stresser; cafeteria, Christopher school, were Isaac Pratt, Mr. The Central Jersey Bank and cular drive, and back up into
                                                                                                             mouth County National Bade to Travis, Jr.; education, Dr. Mil- Glading and Mr. Lascaro.                       Trust Co. was named depository Obre PI. and sometimes beyond,
                                                                                                             the Sea Bright National Bank. ton J. Clark; finance, George H. This board appoints its at- school money. TTie meeting It also means, he said, that if
                                                                                                            The Bond and, Equity account Leddy; personnel, Mrs. Edward torney, secretary, auditor, and night will continue to be the sec- a member of the faculty leaves'
                                                                                                             and a new building account will J. Winters, and public relations, custodian of funds at the begin- ond Tuesday in each month.                      the school for some reason dur-
                                                                                                            be deposited at Monmouth Coun- Mrs.' McCallum.                             ning of the fiscal year In July. Outgoing president Raymond ing school hours, he may find
                                                                                                             ty National. The building ao                                                                                  Ewing and retiring board member that he has no place to park
                                                                                                            count will include funds for the
                                                                                                            building of a Forrestdale School       Union Beach                          Little~Silyer                      Sidney Leichter, both of whom at all on returning.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           had served on the board nine Board member Charles Las-
                                                                                                            annex, to be raised by bond The Board of Education elected                     Robert F. Feuratt was.elected years, were presented plaques by caro pointed out that the ordi-
                                                                                                            is ue.                                                                        i his third one-year term as members of the Student Council. nance originally had been passed
                                                                                                                                                  Camllto Severlni as president,
                                                                                                                J. S. Teunon of Trenton was replacing Donald Ostrander, in president of the Little Silver School architects Frederick in response to complaints by the
                                                                                                                                                                                       Board of Education last night.
                                                                                                            re-appointed accountant; Merrltt line with board policy to rotate                                              Fessler and Richard Boyken and school body about parking diffi.
                                                                                                            Lane continues a s board at- Its top offices.                                 Also re-elected at the board's engineer Cliff Zimmer were pres- cultles near the school
                                                                                                            torney, and Mrs. Mary M. Morris Tetro, a local con- organization meeting was Charles ent to explain the virtues of elec The board decided to refer the
                                                                                                            O Rourke was reappointed custo* tractor, was named vice presi- A. O'Malley, vice president. Mr. trie heating, chosen by the board matter to Councilman Abraham
                                                                                                            dian of school monies.                dent.                   ' ' ,        CMalley was a successful caadi- for the new junior-senior high Zager, chairman of the police
                                                                                                                The Red Bank Register and Mr. SeverinJ, a chemical op- ite in last week's election.                        school.                              committee.
                                                                                                            Lo.ig Branch Daily Record were erator at International Flavors Edward C. Stokes, Calvin A. There, were many questions Last week voters here turned
  JERSEYITES enjoying balmy frade winds af Jack Tar Grand Bahama Hotel and Coun- named official newspapers for and Fragrances, Inc., is starting Rowe and George V. Curchin from the audience. It was ex-                                                       down, for the second time, a
 f i y Club are, left to right, Mr. and M M . Albert B. Fl»m»r, Crawford* Corner Road, legal advertising and public his third year on the board. He were redeslgnated, as board at- plained that there will be consid- school board project to construct
                                                                                                            notices.          „                   served last year as vice presi- torney, • custodian of school erable saving in Installation costs, a parking lot on school land,
  Helmdel; Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Molnar, Newman Springs Rd., Lincroft, and Mr. and Mrs.                                                              dent                                 monies, and board auditor, with perhaps somewhat higher
  R. H. Ern, Locust. Members of Bamm Hollow Country Club, Middlatown, the group                                                                      There was no appointment ot respectively.                            running costs during the tint Buying or selling? Use the
 found the 6,800-yard championship course at Grand Bahama, Mr. Ern i i an owner-                               Tinton Falls                       board secretary. The present sec- The' board will continue to years of operation, with electrical Register Classified for quick re-
                                                                                                                Anson W. Peckham was elected retary, Peter Koban. will serve meet Hie second Thursday of leat, The engineer, predicted aults.eeta shr shr chm. cmfwyp
 director of Bamm Hollow.                                                                                                                                                              each month. ,                      that In 20 years, as oil reserves suits.—Advertisement.
                                                                                                           president of the Board of Educa- until Dec. 31.
STEVE ROPER                                                                By SAUNDXRS and OVERGARD                                                                                                RED                                    Tuesday, Feb. 19,19$3~15

                                                                                                                                                                                                 DAILY CROSSWORD
                                                                                                                   . Which mold you rather be—a                 THE, HANDS
                                                                                                                   food bidder or a good player?                                                   9 . m
                                                                                                                   The answer Is not even close:             Sooth dealer                            baflta
                                                                                                                   good bidding ii euler and more            North-South vulnerable                     >
                                                                                                                                                                                                     OW a •»
                                                                                                                   profitable than good c u d play.                  NORTH                        11. Foray
                                                                                                                                                                                                  U . Norman
                                                                                                                     South should Wd two spades in-                            10 4                   Vincent
                                                                                                                   stead of two notrump t t Mi sec-                       is
                                                                                                                   ond turn. North would then raise                       A 9 7 C 5
                                                                                                                   to four spades, and South w « l d                          EAST                    name:
                                                                                                                   be In i nry limple, unbeatable                                                     post
                                                                                                                                                          f J7 5                V 9 t 3I          It. Break (a.
                                                                                                                                                          $10 43       0 A. K 9 5                     e m t ))
                                                                                                                     Even If West lead! a trump           * M J 10 8
                                                                                                                                                            Q          * K43                          Into parts
                                                                                                                   against four spades, declarer can              SOUTH                           15. Free
                                                                                                                   give up a diamond, win the trump                  AKI2                         U . Twitted
                                                                                                                   return, and ruff two diamond) In                                                   out of        8. Covering
                                                                                                                   dummy to make sure of ten                                                          abape            for boat:
                                                                                                                   tricks. Any other detente gives
                                                                                                                   South an easier time.                  10    Pasa 2 4     Fau
                                                                                                                                                                                                  17. Cheek
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    ROtterwHe         lord*                   «52Lji
                                                                                                                                                                                                  18. Indian       10. Bamboo-        nbnaa
                                                                                                                     At three notrump South mutt          2 KT Paaa . ? OT All Paaa                    raulberriea                 tS-anoe
                                                                                                                   be a tine card player and must
                                                                                                                   get tome help from the oppon-
                                                                                                                                                              Opening lead— * Q                   10. Certain
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   16. A     •a-      ttQttt
                                                                                                                   ents. South has only eight trick)                                              n Advantage                 s  4                               w
                                                                                                                                                                 DAILY QUESTION
                                                                                                                   to begin with and must develop                                                 aeto"i*
                                                                                                                   his ninth trick before the oppon-        Partner opens with one club,
                                                                                                                                                          and the next player passe]. You             an airy
                                                                                                                   ents can get three clubs and two                                                   •pint
                                                                                                                                                                                                         .   .   .   .   •

                                                                                                                   diamonds.                              hold: Spades-Q 6 1 3 . Hearts-
                                                                                                                                                          A 10 4. Dlamonds-6. Clubs-A 9            CT.EftyU*
                                                                                                                                Holds Up                                                           M-ToelassUJr,
                                                                                                                                                          7 6 5. What do yo usay?                     aa blood
                                                                                                                     Declarer lets West win the first
                                                                                                                   trick with the queen of clubs.
                                                                                                                   West continue* with a low club,
                                                                                                                   and South holds up the ace once
                                                                                                                                                             Answer: Bid one spade. Show
                                                                                                                                                          tiie major suit before raising
                                                                                                                                                          partner'* minor. If nobody makes
                                                                                                                                                                                                    ' mdlaa
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 ft(A              'A
                                                                                                                                                          the first move with a four-card
                                                                                                                   more, allowing East to win with
                                                                                                                                                          major suit you will never reach
                                                                                                                   the king.
                                                                                                  By LEE FALK
                                                                                                                                                          a 4-4 fit in a major.                    St. Vigor                 n
THE PHANTOM                                                                                                          When South discards the deuce                                                 88,Oneemoie

                                                                                                                   of spades on the leoond round ot         For Shebwold'a 36-page book-           88.1id                            so
                                                                                                                   clubs, East can see the chance         let, "A Pocket Guide to Bridge,'
                                 KNOWAStUUWKRt                                       XHAVENMSOF
                                 WSOBMANOTO                                                                        to develop three clubs and two         send 50c to Bridge Book, Red                  impiei-
                                                                                     MNmSM                         diamonds. East cannot afford to        Bank Register, Box 3313, Grand
                                                                                      WIK—                                                                                                              sdanlat
                                                                                                                   cash the king of diamonds since        Central Stt., N. Y. 17, N. Y.                 painter              M

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               9/ *•
                                                                                                                   then declarer would take the third                                               «I>H«toopot-
                                                                                                                   round of clubs and set up a dia-
                                                                                                                   mond as his ninth trick.
                                                                                                                     East returns a third club, and
                                                                                                                                                              People in
                                                                                                                                                                                                    48. Iron, a»                                   *
                                                                                                                   South allows West to win with the
                                                                                                                   tea of clubs, discarding a heart
                                                                                                                   from the South hand. South
                                                                                                                   doesn't know that East has both
                                                                                                                   of the top diamonds but It is a
                                                                                                                                                              The News Gillespie                            AP Education
                                                                                                                   cinch that West will not switch to
                                                                                                                   South'g bid diamond suit.
                                                                                                                                                           By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
                                                                                                                                                             Queen Elizabeth II and the
                                                                                                                                                                                                Promoted By Writer Gted
                                                                                                                     And so it works out. W w !
                                                                                                                   snitches to the ten ol spades, and
                                                                                                                   South takes the ace and king of
                                                                                                                                                          Duke of Edinburgh-still plagued
                                                                                                                                                          by bad weather—arrived1 hi Can-
                                                                                                                                                                                                NJ Gas Co.                              ATLANTIC CITY. N J . ( A P ) -
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      G. K. Hodenfleld, education miter
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      for The Associated Press, was
MARK TRAIL                                                                                            By ED DODD   spades, (he king and queen of          berra, Australia, from New Zea-                                             awarded top prize today for irire
                                                                                                                   hearts, and then dummy'a queen         land, which they toured for 13                                              service or syndicate coverage for
            THerrewt/vout    ,     Mxraear/BEST                                                                    of spades to rattle oft four spades,   days.                                                                       1963 by the Education Writers
  MARKS ABB DO«HHLH.B<»nV?                                                                                         three hearts, and two dubs.                                                                                        Association. It was the second
  BECAUSE TWS SKIP IS GMNB         IHAD1O1EU.                                                                                                               Drizzle Iell as a Jet airliner
                                                                                                                     All that work to make a risky        carrying the couple landed.                                                 year m succession that Hodenfield
   M9UAR0UOHTIMB                    toueBcmf                                                                       game in notrump when South can                                                                                     won top honors in mis d a n .
       WITH KATH/?                                                                                                                                          A crowd cheered as the queen
                                                                                                                   virtually spread the hand for ten
                                                                                                                                                          stepped from the plane and cheer-                                     The association Is the national
                                                                                                                   tricks at spades!
                                                                                                                                                          ing crowds lined the route from                                     professional organization of educa-
                                                                                                                                                          the airport to government house.                                    tion editors, reporters and writers.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Hodenfleld received the award
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               'for national wire-service cover-
                                                       MS/BE ITS MOT «                                                                               Prince Albert of. Belgium took                                           age of education and specifically
                                                                                                                                                   lite easy and ate only light foods                                         for a two-part series titled: T h e
                                                                                                                                                   at Banff, Alta., as he tried to re-                                        Disadvantaged.'"
                                                     UHES TO Be POPULAR
                                                      BUT v o t m e S r E f c *                                                                    cover from an attack of influenza
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                The series told of the millions
                         YDUOUWSBJ -..                  NUMBER ONBf                                                                                  The prince, 28, was stricken with
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              of slum products-boys and girls—
                                                                                                                     (Send your proWems to George, stomach flu last Wednesday while
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              who would never rise above the
                                                      By J/M BURNETT and GEORGE CRENSHAW                           have them solved and go right visiting Ottawa and was kept in
NUBBIN                                                                                                             out and-get into another jam.) bed for two days.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              squalor into which they were bom.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Other top prite winners:
                                                                                                                   Dear George:                         Rocco Marzano, 17, and Carabl                                            For coverage of local or state
                                             fNBHB&ISCT                                                                                                                                                                       issues: Jerrold Footllck, the In-
                                             SOWS                                                                    I note in your column that T.U. nierl tt. Ennio Cassella lived to
                                                                                                                   needs a very large Mrdhouse and tell about this accident m Italy:                                          dianapolis Times, cited "for his
                                             AUWGWJW                                                                                                                                                 Bradley T. GUesple       broad, crusading coverage ol vital
                                                                                                                   wants free blueprints. I wonder While Marzano was riding his
                                                                                                                   if T. U, is a widow or a pretty motorcycle on the highway near                 ASBURY Park - Dale B. Otto, educational issues."
                                                                                                                   girl? I am the lady who wrote Casarano, his rear tire blew out               president of New Jersey Natural              National problems: Rowland
                                                                                                                   you some time ago that my, hus- He flew onto the hood of an on-              Gas Company, has announced the             Bond, the Spokane (Wash) Daily
                                                                                                                   band makes birdhouses for wid- coming car driven by Cassella and             promotion of Bradley T. Gilles-            Chronicle, for a series on high
                                                                                                                   ows and pretty girls. I asked you slid up against the windshield. The        pie, Lawrence Ave., Point Pleas-          school dropouts and reports on
                                                                                                                   what to do about that and you motorcycle landed on top of the                ant, from Central Division mana<          results of this series.
                                                                                                                   were flabbergasted.               car, smashing a Jagged hole                ger to the newly created position           Magazine c o v e r a g e : Good
                                                                                                                     Now the problem Is solved. through the roof. Marzano suf-                  of administrative assistant.              Housekeeping for a series of
                                                                                                                   He will not only give a blue- fered several broken ribs. Cas-                                                          "hard-hitting articles on important
                                                                                                                                                                                                        The new position was made nec-
                                                                                                                   print free, but a birdhouse free sella was uninjured.                                                                  issues in education d concern to
                                                                                                                                                                                                     essary by the company's rapid
                                                                                                                   and he is free to move in with                                                                                         the profession and public"
                                                                                                                                                                                                      growth, Mr. Otto said. During the
                                                                                                                   this bird as far as I am con-                                                      past five years the firm has
                                                                                                                   cerned.                                 HEALTH CAPSULES                           added about 31,000 new custom-           TALK ON ADVERTISING
                                                                                                                                               L. P.                                        increase of 30 per cent.        SEA BRIGHT -            Roger A.
                                                                                                                   Dear L P.:                          © T H E R E ANY CONNECTION                       Responsibility for operation of White, a member of The Regis-
                                                                                                                     I am so glad to learn that you      BETWEEN A CHILPfe I.Q.                      the Central Division will be dl ter advertising staff, will give a
                                                                                                                   have solved your problem.            ANP THE ATTENTION HE .                       vided among the heads of the talk before the Sea Bright
                                                                                                                                                      RECEIVES FROM HIS MOTHER?                      sales, commercial and operating Chamber of Commerce tonght at
                                                                                                                     (One nice thing about this col-
                                                                                                                   umn is I never know what any-                                                     departments under a new opera- 8:30, in the Sweeney Agency of-
                                                                                                                   body Is talking about.)                                                           tional alignment. The .division fice in the Post Office building.
                                                                                                                                                                                                     which covers a small part of
                                                                                                                                                                                                     southern Middlesex County and
                                                                                                                   Dear George:
                                                                                                                                                                                                     ail of Monmouth and Ocean Coun-              Pillow News
                                                                                                                     Tell the truth, now. Do you
                                                                                                                                                                                                      ties, represents about 80 per cent
                                                                                                                   make up the letters in your col-
                                                                                                                                                                                                     of the company's customers.
                                                                                                                   umn?                                                                                                                                             •87'
                                                                                                                                                      Bfll                                              Mr. Gillespie had been Central
                                                                                                                   Dear Bill:                                                                         Division manager nine years and
                                                                                                                     Make them up? I don't even                                                       prior to that had served two
                                                                                                                   understand them.                                                                   years as assistant comptroller.
                                                                                                                                                                                                      Before joining New Jersey Nat-
                                                                                                                                                                                                      ural Gas in 1952 he was em-
MARY WORTH                                                   By ALLEN SAVNDERS and KEN ERNST                          GREETS WAC DIRECTOR                                                             ployed 15 years by Public Service
                                                                                                                                                                APPARENTLY SO. N ONE
                                                                                                                     CAMP KILMER - Capt. Eliza- RECENT 8TUPY TVS. CHILDREN Electric & Gas Co. in the general
                                                                          w K A - WHKT*f~ MATTER*-?                beth Berry of Oceanport was WHO H A P INATTENTIVE OR accounting deptartment. Prior to
                                         ttNTEMTOFmCAPSUUS                  —WHO AKEVDU?                           among the WAC personnel who EMonoNAuy c a p MOTHERS that he was an agent and adminis-
                                         WAS NOT HEAVY!                                                            met informally with Col. Emily                                                     trator for nine years with the In-
 HMWNufro K OH TH«                                                                                                                                                  USUALLY HAP THE
                                                                                                                   C. Gorman, director of the U.S.                      LOWEST l . q . 8 .            ternal Revenue Service.
  TRAIN, DOCTOR!~WILl                                                                                                                                        TOMORROW STWAMTROUBIE.
   SHE.-.UH-?                                                                                                      Women's Army Corp), following                                                        Mr. Gillespie was awarded the
                                                                                                                   the latter's official visit to the                                                 bachelor of science degree in
                                                                                                                   Second U.S. Army Corps here                                                        business administration by New
                                                                                                                   last week.                                                                        York University. He is vice presi-
                                                                                                                                                                                                     dent of the Asbury Park Kiwanis
                                                                                                                        ASTRO-GUIDE"                                     By Ceean                    Club, director of the Long Branch
                                                                                                                                                                                                     Chamber of Commerce, a past di-
                                                                                                                                           For Wednesday, February 20                                rector and member of the Asbury
                                                                                                                                                                                                     Park Chamber of Commerce,
                                                                                                                         'r«ie)nt—For You and                                                        president of the Men's Club of
                                                                                                                      Yours • • • Proceed with plant,                                                Harvey Memorial Church, Point
                                                                                                                                                                                                     Pleasant, and a member of the
                                                                                                                      even though interrojitions plague                                              New Jersey Gas Association and
                                                                                                                       you and you're ready to "throw                                                American Gas Association.
RIVETS                                                                                    By GEORGE S1XT.4            hi the towel" by noon. Don't be
                                                                                                                       bashful about telling p e o p l e
                                                                                                                      you're too buiy for idle chatter.                                        Echo and Telstar
                                                      WE MISS YOUR SMIL8-                                             This includes your mate if he or
                                                     YOUR WA3-\pUR UCK-                                                she is the guilty party. You can                                        Programs Told
             S                                            OEdRUU RIVETS/                                               malc« it up later by inviting him                                                WEST LONG BRANCH -Proj-
  AIJDNONB'OF THE KIDS                                                                                                      her to go somewhere.                                                     ects Echo and Telstar, space pro-
                   A                                       GET WELL QUICK
 >     S6NT HIM A CARW                                                                                                                                                                                 rams involving "passive" and
                                                                                                                      P a i r . . . One ot the foremost, Future . . . There's a trend to-              active" communication satel-
                                                                                                                                                             day for libraries to be linked lites, were outlined last Thursday
                                                                                                                       and oldest, schools in the United from coast to coast through tele-
                                                                                                                                                                                                     in the Shore Regional High School
                                                                                                                       States—MaiiachUMtts Institute phones and teletypewriters. The by John J. Geier, public relations Pillows you'll lovel Use rayon,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           affeta, satin or cotton for vivid
                                                                                                                       of Technology, C a m b r i d g e , American Library Association supervisor for New Jersey Bell
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          :oss pillows.
                                                                                                                       Mass.—established the f i r s t predicts that eventually moit o/ Telephone Co.                                       Diamond, scroll quilted pillows!
                                                                                                                                                             the large libraries will be tied           The program also Included a
                                                                                                                       architectural school of collegiate into avast communications net-                                                   oin top, batting, lining—stitch by
                                                                                                                                                                                                     demonstration, color slides and hand of machine. Pattern 9S7:
                                                                                                                       rank'on Feb. 20,1861.                 wort                                    satellite models. Mr. Geier said transfers two 14-inch pillows; di-
                                                                                                                                                                                                     satellite communications are nec- rections.
                                                                                                By CAL ALLEY                             The Day Under Your Sign                                     essary to supplement present
THE RYAnS                                                                                                                                                                                            methods of overseas communica- Thirty-five cents (coins) for
           JVC BEEN TRYING
                                                                                                                        AMES (lorn Much 21 to April It) IIIRA (S.(>t. 53 to Oct. 22) .               tion. The Bell System, he added, this pattern —•, add 15 cents for
                                                                                                                                                              B, alul u in oppotunlff It w l j
                                                                                                                        Trml U not KMHN«, ;bol uurlUig m
                                                                                                                        ttttapt trauad toon .iW t* pwumA IIIH it lh« IUU dptclM momtnt.              has a plan for 20 or 30 satellites each pattern for Ist-class mail.
                                                                                                                                                              SCOMIO (Orf. 13 to Nov. I I I          at a distance of about 7,000 Send to Laura Wheeler,, care of
                                                                                                                        TAURUS [April 30 hM»y 10)                                             irluui miles to cover the main tele- The Red Bank Register, Needle-
                                                                                                                         fxMaa mat iwir wdtr etmml In. Tht dir UTOTS reuflioni wllh lime.
                                                                                                                                                              jou"« been iw»r from Jw loof
                                                                                                                        flutneu, futtnbifr doawtlc <<wnli.                                           phone and television         traffic craft Dept., P. O. Box 161, Old
                                                                                                                        «EMINI (Miyil toJuMjII                SA6ITTAWUS INov.»fc OK.21)                                                  Chelsea Station. New York 11.
                                                                                                                                                              Somi eonlmtei II toojel. probikly In routes.
                                                                                                                         F l l saMtn m d n itrtoliwi tut ntittri nbtinf M autrUnorsmtttllp.                                               N. Y. Print plainly pattern num-
                                                                                                                                                              CAWICOHN ( 9 N . » t * Jan.                ROTARIANS TO GATHER              ber, name, address and tone.
                                                                                                                                                              Tttc It • |
                                                                                                                                                              traces, X>=                               EATONTOWN — Shore area NEWEST RAGE-SMOCKED
                                                                                                                                                                                                     Rotary Clubs will meet Feb. 27 accessories plus 308 exciting
                                                                                                                           O J»l(21f»A»f.2ll         , v n , AQUARIUS (JM.21 HM. It)                 in the auditorium ot the Mon- needlecraft designs in our new
                                                                                                                                                               FlnwKM praal no problem!, n p
                                                                                                                                                               abcai uul porcliK the lllnri jm »»«. mouth Shopping Center.           The 1933 Needlecraft Catalog — |utt
                                                                                                                                                               FISCtS lf.b.MUMir^.10)                meeting will be held from 12:15 outt Fashions, furnishings Co cro-
                                                                                                                         VnvSO(A«|.»Hl.p».n).                  You aur bttiinwflIf Mr llrUl U        to 1:30 p.m. and will be catered cbet, knit, sew, weave, embrojd-
                                                                                                                         kin                                   pwuUr. 1st youil r u i n fill,
                                                                                                                                                                                                     by the Colonnade Restaurant ol er, quilt. Plus tree patten. Sand
                                                                                                                                                                       CWW,mldlmit*lm.Ine.           the shopping center.                twenty five cents now.
     MO        BANK REGISTER
 l6~lW*y, Feb. 19, 1963
                                                             MOBILE HOMES
                                                QWtUJSZTCR UOOUJS B 0 X X — 1M1.
                                                                                                        HELP WANTEB-iJEMALE
                                                                                                           TILE INSPECTORS
                                                                                                                                                                     FOR SALE                          ••'ifMERCHANPOE               WANTED                                                                               HOUSES FOR SALE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   > New
                                               15x10'. aood buy. C u h er payments                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       KIDS WANTED
              LOST AND FOUND
                                                arranged. Been tar appointment s i t u opening tor dependable t r i e r s , Oood
                                               6 P.m.. n Brookslde Trailer Park, vision and eSor dlssrimiasttia es-
                                                                                                 serttlal. Boutlne factory experlenot help*
                                                                                                 rol. Persons selected win be trained
                                                                                                                                                        STORM WINDOWS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    untunilsried, M i l
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               net included. Can. M -
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Veteran                  Monmouth
  LOST — Wednesday, diamond ring In
                                                                                                 to our production methods. Apply Atco
                                                                                                Ceramics Corp. Rt. 3S, Keyport, N. J.
                                                                                                SECRETARY — Prestige com:
                                                                                                                                                                6 for $77
                                                                                                                                                      ANV SIZE TO OIANT MrO
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               — Immediate posse*.             . Noo
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   U, tit bsihe, c e j . A Rare '
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    per month. THIB
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Racial discrimination was the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 topic of the Miry EUxafceth
  front ot Btelnbach's. Oenerous reward                                                                                                                                                         ONE BET OF USED OOUP CWJBS                                                                                rou »l«U-                                              Sutpfaia Guild meeting i n * the
                                                                                                DAVENPORT PERSONNEL BET.                             TRIPLE INSSRT-^WXATHEl                           Call between 4 and 6:30 p.m. CA
  guarantied. BH 1-6008.                                TOM'S FORD INC.                         77 Brow S t . Red Unit               747-3355                     BTRIPPED •
                                                                                                                                                              OENOIHB ALCOA                                                                             THRBE-BBDROOH CO1V0NIAL—Bus> 5SS.rnAlH"6athr .
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        THRBEBBDROH C V 0                                                                                        Baptist church hall Feb. 12. Mis*
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                                 L47M. Flndei «0WS PA* CASH FOR USEDafauwan TELEPHONE SOUCITORB—Part time.                                                                                                                                              ment fireplace, garage. Hear s c h o o , low taxes. Oas beat,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 f i l                   H         hU                                                            Nina Helwig was the leader. Tie
  pleMe return to Monmouth. County Ne- (rSOSt«ln SL IiO 6-1000 RR Station 4' to '8 p.ra. five days. S1.25 an hour                                                PROVEN'S                                                                               Fair Haven. cilT T « « T « tot appoint-                             "CSUr Sewers"
     m l Bank, little Hlver.                           yds, from Matawan                        up. Employer^representatdve will Inter-                                                                   KTS ft LIVESTOCK                                    t       '                           '                                                             topic was "Stop, Look and
                                                                                                view at this office on Wednesday, Feb. 33 Broad St.. Red Bank                     SH 1-7S00                                                                                                                               Only $16,500
  LOBT' — Passbook No- LM87. Finde                    AUTO PARTS-REPAIR                          ruary 20 between 1 and 3 p.m. only. OOMPIiETE AUTO BODY SHO KERRY BLUE — For stud,                                                                                                                       Approximately H21 per month p a n Listen." It was decided to bold
  please return Monmouth County Na-                                                             N.J. STATE EMPLOYMENT BERVIOE Equipment Including B h-P-, .threi or Moreland. Sire International Caam-                                                           W W I D TO RENT                          everything.                                                     ngs In members' home.
  tional Bank, Little Silver.                                                                   48 East Frail St..                Red Bank phase air compresaor. A-l condition, (Ion- Michael of Somersit Junior. MT
                                               TWO CHEVROLET — Wheel* and                                   HO FEE CHARGED                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Hoste*$es were Mrs. Willlaia E .
                                                tires, excellent condition. Call                                                                1300. Portable Bear Cat .ISO frame and River Rd.. Fair Haven. 741-HM.
                AUTOMOTIVE                                                                      SECRETARY — six-day week, short- body stralghtener, 1900. DuPant paint ENTIRE DAIRY HERD WANTED - homes. List any rental for fast action.
                                                                                                hand, typing, filing. Call Inv Engineer* machine, etc. Call day Stl-073: Xoinelns. Ouernseyi or any breed. I MATTHEW J. OILL AQINOT, 714 R t
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      BgACH AGENCY                              BiegroVe, Mrs. Howard Chanter-
                                                                                                Ing, PR 84109.                                  evenings, 2S1-CW2I.                                                                                                                                       1400 Hwy. 25                         Middniown Iain, Misses Rebecca North arid
              AUTOS & TRUCKS                                                                                                                                                                    have a good market out of state, J5. XMdletowa. OS 1-SjM.
                                                 BOATS A N D ACCESSORIES CLERK-TYPIST — For accounting Of- BABY ORAND PIANO — EiceUent with ytrang fanners (tartlng up. Call                                                                                                                                                                                    Gertrude Roberts. Mrs. John Ben-
                  ONAI, TRAVELAJLL sta                                                          fice. Full-time until ecd of April. Pal-t- condition. Asking 9600.                               collect Reuben Oreaoberg, l a c , Col-
                                                                                                                                                                                                nmhus. New Jersey. Phone JW-llUl
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              OS, I-2727                        nett, Port Monmouth, will eater-
                   This Is a one chance l                                                        ime later. Reply P. O. Box 408, Red '                              842-3481                                                                                     FURNISHED ROOMS                          Dally t i l l s . Saturday, Sunday, to • tain at her home ia March.
   S r M o a % SU a vehicle line this                      FREE TELEVISION                      Bank.                                                                                           or 3M-1M4.
                                                                                                                                                JSEPERS. CREEPERS, WHERE'd yi                                                                           FURNISHED ROOM newly decorated,                         Lleenied Real JtiUte Broier
   This U a heavy duty K-lOn chusl When you buy your new Owens al MOTHER'S HELPER — Room and get those eyes. Jeepers, Creepers, BEAUTIFUL AKC Oerman shepnerd private entrance and sitting r o o m ,
   wKn <BO-1S tniisk tires, yit due to i n the Jersey Coast Boat Show, Conven board supplied, six days off per month. Where'd: ya get those buys. HAPPY pups, M e a l i m temperament Call 7B7- kitchen privileges. Inquire at 43 Peter's
   «H10O wagon appearance, you can              ttoo Hall. Aebury Park, Feb. 16 to 24.Must be good with children and supply HAPPY, HE, I bought them at ACE                                                                                                                                                                                                         Sweetheart Night was held In
   drive It on the parkway. We soldthl" To take advantage of this otfer eea usreferences. To COO, 842-1883.                                     TV.. Hwy 35, Neptune City. PR S- FRIBKy PUPPIES — Very cute, six
   vehicle new and know its condition.                                                                                                                                                          week,* old,, to will he home.                .,         ATTRACnV-B . VBAR BOUND B,otel                                                                          the B«p(ist church hall Feb. 11.
   Stop In and see It today.                    FAIR HAVEN YACHT WORKS, INC,                                                                                                                                      ^ AH l124e                            rooms; raald : eerviee,-oonyenient -to                    COUNTRY RANCH                                 The program consisted of hymns,
         Maurice Schwartz & Sons                             ft. DeNormandle Ave.                       HELP WANTED-MALE                        ALTENBUR6 PIANO HOUSE BSAQLES-Palr. male, year oM. B , , i ,beach, buses, snooping area,, theatrea ftve roomf, s i x years oM," large p l o t
                                                Fair Haven                          8H 7-301                                                                                                                                                            Reasonable rates. WJOTNEWOOD HO-MMlletowB. good location' tor children. games in charge of Donald Bis-
   Ml W. Front St.. Red Bank. SH7-tf                                                                                                             R»nt A Piano $12 par Month shot mrer. Sis registered Beagle puppies T K . X » Bewell Ave.. Ashury Park. n4,4O0,.. ; i *..,.                                                           , :.• • T       ..       grove, and praylr led by Rev.
   1057 CORVETTE — With 1M2 P°>>t"W MAKING INSURANCE — See IU-39 Long
                                                years experience. Call today. ROL8TON                      Branch - Red       Bank.    Large KMABK. UASON-RAalUN. (OHMJSR will 1> • ready for Xaster. C«S after WIDOW — Wlshee. woman : to shars
   engine, mil raced. Alter 1 P.m. HO 2-WATBRBURY, Realtor-Insurer. 16, yearly position with benefits. OABLE-MELSON. EVEBiTT ITBCK                                                         e, . 291-2303.                                                                                                                                             William E. Bfogrove. Irvin Beaver
   1046.                     ,                  Front St, Red Bank, &H 7-6300.                  Write qualifications to "B.D", Box 511,Oookmai ave, * Matt SL. Aasury P s . AKC GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPPIES house and expense .Call 201-COol. la PHIUP J. BORERS ft CO.                ef small1 home
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                and James WJlIi were in charge
                                                                                                Red Bank.                                            Open dally tin a « a l «U1 ! : » — Six weeks old. Inoculated. Call, 291- Atlantic Highlands.                                                                  WALTER S. OVERTON
    1*U COUNTRY flOUIRO STATION UAKUALN — Any noai you want to                                                                                                     PR M801                      14M.              • } • "       '                       FURNISHED ROOM - l ? i Konmoutil                                                                        of refreshments.,                '
    WAO0N - Fully equipped. In out-                                                                                       those
                                                own. U w bank rates. Financing er ATTENTION — Tofn the young mfc. DIN1NO ROOM and bedroom furniture,                                                                                                                                                                      DIAL 7414200
   standing condition. Power equipment. rangements completed In one call ~ who are interested                                    rewards of                                                                                                             **"•'•• •'•'•'.•"•'•.** B a n k : ^ j                      Real Estate Since 1M4
   new tlrei. Radio, heater, back-up ligatf any of our - - - - - - -""" -"»"«•«•'               high Income as a result of hard work. also other household Items. JJ south
   Shiny red. SH J-ttXl alter 8 p.n COUNTY I                                                    Call Mr. Love at LOVE REALTY St.. Ren Bank.                                                         REAL ESTATE FOR RENT                                                                                  M White at.                          Red Bank TJio fifth birthday of Claire
    AUTOMOBILE raaUBANOla - Llabll-
                                                1000.                                           CO 747-5050. It not licensed we will SHOPSMITH, with all attachments.' In                                      APARTMENTS                                 REAL ESTATE FOR SALE                                                                                  Cahill, daughter of Mr. and Mrt,
                                               8KB AND PRICE the all new 30' Vent- MEN to work In Red Bank area.                                good condition, S125.                                                                                                                                                                                           Gerald Cahill, was celebrated
                                               nor cabin skiff. Sleeps six, completely Steady, no lay-offs. S9S while training.                                   787-639S                                                                                        HOUSES FOR SALE                                               111,600
                                     St.. Red equipped. At the Jersey Coast Boat Car, phone and neatness essential. For FOR A CLEANER brighter wash and                                                                                                                                                   Wo down ret, | J » aoavet. Colonial recently. Present were Mary Beth
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                1350 aon-vt. Ooloalal
   Realtor-tasuror, I                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      our bedrooms, l u t e eat-In k i t ,n kitchen,
                                                Show, February 18-21, Asbury Park, appointment call 681-MW or 462-1014. no more ugly stains, rent a fully auto-
    B a n t 8H 7-5300,                          N. J, FAIR HAVEN YACHT WORKS,                                                                   matic flbergfas water conditioner for
                                                                                                                                                                                                        GARDEN APARTMENTS                                                                                 TV den, full cellar, garage approxi- Misch, Karen Adolphsen, Cindy
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       garage,            i
   1B59 POKD RANCH WAO0N — Oreen, INC., foot De Normandle Ave., Fair MAN — To do genera] work In Red                                            only S4.C0 a month. Call Fortasoft ~                                                                               REDUCED $2,000                                              paym
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          mate monthly payment HOT for auall' Cody," William Jarrell, Frank
   automatic transmission, heater, aood Haven. SH 7-3010.                                       Bank hardware atore. Write Mr. Jay,2-1777 for a two-week tree trial.                            One t o d two bedrooms, situated                                                                                                                               Gunnsllo and Gerald Oahill. Jr.
   condition. tm       SH J-eS2« or BH 7- LAPSTRAKE CF.UISER — Cruiser P. O. Box 205, Red Bank.
                                                IS'                                                                                             ANTIQUES — SELLINO OUT BBZJOV ia the best residential area,                                            large (our bedroom oolonlil, two fcaUn,                                  AGENCY INC.
   45S0.                                        Inc. Two bunks, head, full canvas FULL-TII1B — Service station sales- COST, M O V I N a FROM ARKJ                                                                                                      game room, bajement, garage, i all tn                            Independent• Broker
                                                                 equipped. New
   1962 TRIUMPH HERALD — Four pas- completely motor, starter, July 1992. man. Salary and commission. Call In BKOOKBIDE ANTIQUES. Brookslde PHILIP J. BOWERS & CO. exoellent condition, convenient little Hwjr,                                                                                                                                                    The Sky pilots .arid young
   senger compact. 33 mil el to a gallon. Johnson for quick sale, call 717-9060 person. Beltord Esso, 295 Hwy M,
                                                Priced                                           Bellord.
                                                                                                                                                and Monmojta Rd.. 0AKHUR3T.                                 WALTER S. OVERTON                          Silver location near Red Bank, owner                                   CO 4 1442                        people's group of the Baptist
   Beautifully kept second car, Call 872- days. 741-1531 evenings.                                                                                                                                                                                      le moving to smaller home. SHOW.
                                                                                      ^^                                                           APPLIANCE DISCOUNTS                                          DIAL 741-7200                                                                            NEW SHRKWBBURY ' _ Four-bedroom church went roller skating Feb.
   0408.                                                                                        8IIEET METAL WORKERS — With
                                                15- MOLDED FIBEROLAS — Com-                     experience In photo type work. Layout
   1961 TMINDERBIRD — Beautiful coi plelely equipped and retlnlahed. 35 h.p. and fabrication experience neoessary. We waited until we had theHOVi
                                                                                                                                                                                       rigid ,              Real Sstatsj Since 1184                         PHILIP J. BOWERS & CO. 329,2079.oil seat, , Men-acla! area. Call II In South* Amboy with other,
                                                                                                                                                factory, distributor connections..
   dltlon. Gold, black leather Interior. motor. Call SH 7-2318.                                 Apply In person ELECTRO IMPULSE we have a new discount appliance de- « White              •W                            tt.           Red Bans                    WALTER. S. OVIRTON
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         FOUR YEAR OLD COLONIAL — Four groups from -local                                           churches.
   Full power. Deluxe, 12,799. Call 811 7-                                                      Labs, 208 River St.. Red Bank.                  partment at prices tower or as low                                                                                      DIAL 741-7200                    roomy tedrtome, 1% \                     " ' • Devotions were held there before)
   5628 after I  k            ^^^^^^
                                                       BUSINESS NOTICES
                                                                                                                                                                      Standard first
                                                                                                SEXTON for pariah hDuse and church aa anywhere. NOT oft brands, class -
                                                                                                                                                merchandise,                           NOT TWO-BOOK APARTMENT — First                                           REAL ESTATE SINCIJ 1«M                   living room, during roon . _
   1855 FORD COUNTRY S9WRB-Black                                                                building. Call 201-BOS7 or                      cloeeouta, the best of all brands                           "                                                                                Red Bask en. Attached garage, fulllo shopping,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               skating. Mr. and Mrs. WHKam
                                                                                                                    291-2334                                                                      loor, ell utilities. 2 Wall Ct, Red rVtlte St        N                                                 eTSlUO. Walking distance
   •nd led Interior, radio, heater, auto-                                                                                                       such as hairdryers by UNIVERSAL* Bank. BH 7-03O.                                                                                                         bus and schools. Only po.HO. ROL-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth
   matic power steering. Good condition.                                                                         BARBEK—                        can openers by SUNBEAM, irons b; ATLANTIC B3OHLANDS—Unfurnished,
  1325. BH 7-447D.                                     HOME DECORATING                                                                          PRESTO floor w u e r s by BHETLAN1 coiy three rooms, first Boor, all utUl-                                                                                9T0» WATESBURy, Realtor. :                           Bucnsbaum and Mr. and Mrs.
                                                                                                           Call before 6:30 p.m.                                                                                                                                                                         Front Stv Bed Bank. SH 7-3500.
   1959 FORD GALAXIE four-door sedan,                               SERVjCE                                        747-0610                     and REaTNA and all principal itema ties. OneCTtwrTpersons, W5.                                mtya                         $12,000                                                                            Charles Diffenderfer accompanied
                                                                                                                                                by WESTINQHOUBE and GENERAL
                                                                                                EXECUTIVE TRAINEES — Age 21 toELECTRIC. The whole line rtgtit lure                                                                                                                                       M1DDLET0WM — No traffic, trees, the young people. A court of
   two new mow ttrea, M.00O mllee, like                             LO 6-0657                                                                                                                  FURNISHID               OK CNKnUOSHBO Just what jras'fe looUng for, mall, high ground. A-l condition. Two-story,
   new. LI S-0J67.                                                                              35, should have some sales experience,
                                                Palntlng-ln and out. Paper banging an< high school graduate. Top salary to in town and you can charge It,                                      ipartmenu. »80 month, all uUUUs. eute, cosy, tw»*e4room, bungatow, three - bedrooms, wall-to-wall carpet- honor will be held in the Baptist
   195B PACKARD — Excellent condition, remodeling.                                                                                                                                             Inquire, l o Buddy Ave,. aghlacda.                      full dining room. - basemtat, garage. nig, dining room,,fireplace, basement.
   sacrifice,                                   Reasonable rates.
                                                                                                those selected. Interesting work, profit
                                                                              Free estimates. sharing and pension plan, assured ad-                              PROWN'S                        LONG' BRANCH — Four . rooms,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       In; Fair jlaven. o              :                 Two car garage. Taxes *300 mlmia church,Sunday njjjht, Feb. 24.
                       787-«8S4                 REPAIRS OF ALL TYPES—Carpentry, vancement. Most have car and be31 Broad St. Bed Bank                                             SH 1-7500 central* located.                                                 Roland Pierion A g e n c y                  Asking *1«.SM. SNYDER Realtors, live
   fan PLYMOUTH FOUR-DOOR SEDAN electrical, cement, tad machines In- resident or Red Bank or Bayshore area. irruMUTEKS. A O U I N O macnlnes.                                                                          CA 9-5019                                                                         ComersTuiddletown.
   Are you at standard tranamlealor stalled. Also trouble mooting 24 houl See James Hagterty, Bell Finance, All makes new or' used. Quaranteed. BBA BRxomv-Efaclencles. Furntshed,                                                                                          Realtor
   driver? Thll local, one-owner car hai        service. 872-1993.                              Red Bank or John Clark, Bell Finance, Low a s 125. Serplcn'a 101 Uonmoutli                                                                                                                               RUMSON RTVJUtVlCw — 1H year
   the economy ot standard traasmlssior HOME IMPROVEMENTS - Small                                 .tlantlc Hllhlandi                                                                           all iervioell. 190' menth. Shrewsbury 100 HsJI Mile Rd.. Comer Newman old ranch. Three bedrooms, tile lath,
                                                                                                                                               Bt Next to theater. SH 7-MJ5.                   Motel 1390 ocean Ave. 8(2-0281.                          ' rings Rd. (Near Oarden , State wide board, pegged (toon in perfect
   and U» ease of power steering. Bee                                                                                                 1
                                                loans approved.                                                             wiin eiperrtenu JRIED ANY NEW TONOUE TWIST- HREI-ROO11 unfurnished apartment*. . j k w a y ) SH 1-7575. Member "of Red
                                                                         Painting, carpentry METAL WORKERS — With expenwnco ™                                                                                                                                                                            condition. Walking distance to ocean.
                                                work,, cement work, sheet rocking, Inhrulng arc welding, soldering, and ERS LATELY! Try this three times Ktcellent location, Atlantic }Il|thlanda. Bank Multiple Listing Service.
                                                                                         -..                                                    i                                                                                                                                                        Holy Crow area. Excellent buy at NOTICE IS HEREBY orVEN Uul
    """Maurice Schwartz & Sons                                                              *
                                                window chains Installed. No Job too small copper tube plumbing. Apply In "                                                                                                                             UNORbiT RANCH - Half acre, near m M » Calll lot sppolnUnenl today. at » regular meeting o( the Boerd ot
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         m,M». C l lot sppolnUnenl t d a y
                                                                                                                                               fait: I've got a W at ACS .TV,,fit to H*. all utilities. Ml-1484.
   Ml W. Flint S t , Bed Bank, 8H 7-0787 big or too imall. 872-1651                             person, ELECTRO IMPULSE Labs, MS they have A TV there' for m e ! Okay 1                                                                                school and partway. 13x17 llvinr room, ROLSTON WATBRBORT,. Reiltor, 1« .djustment of the Borough of Red
   BTUDIBAKER — 1067 black four-door FIREPLACE 8CRBEN8 repaired and Uver St., Red Bank.                                                        now .stop talking about It and do It,           THREE-ROOMS — AH tiUUUei. g a m e , thtee bedrooms, Uled bath, Jaloueled W. Front S t . Red Bank. S B 7-SMO.                                                    Bank held February 13. tfttlhe Board
   Champion. 39.000 miles, radio, heater, made to order. Bright Acre, SH 7-6SM. ALUMINUM SIDINO MECHANICS - ACE TV, B w j 35, Neptune City. PR S. W> per month. SH M W .                                              Call                             breeseway, carage. Ideal for children,                                                                 beard and 4xns1deretfjjhe apptleaUea
   wtiltewall tlrei. Best offer. Call CO 4-Bright Bore, SH 7-21X1.                                                                             M62. ' '                                                          •                            1 0 * down nuallfled buyer.              AROUND THE CORKISR F R O M ' JOSEPH AND BETTT HOFniAM
                                                                                                With your own equipment. Too dollar,                                                                                                                                                                     BOHOOL AND TRAnsFORTATIOK -                               ' penttleslon U- eoastruot sa apart-
                                                CHABLE9 HOWER — Mason Con- steady employment. Call 204-7332. •                                                                                    •HRBB KOOUS FURNISHED - UtUl-                                                                          Dutch Colonial four-bedroom bargain.                      nt on the second floor «f premlsee
                                                                                                                                                              HAMMOND                            Its, parking, adults, t » pets. Phone
   1958 FORD — Felrlane. Reasonable. tractor. No Job too smalL SH 7-4479 or MARRIED MAN — As all around clerk
   Oopd condition. Ford-O-Matlc, power BH 1-OWJ.                                    .            n llouor store near Red Bank. Age.                                                              r41-2M8 aner 5 or weekenda                                     Sctianck Agency                          Full bath and powder room, shower In at «3 Harding Road, Red Bank, N. J.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         basement, heeled •unrwm. 12x25' liv- The Board of Adjustment denied thsj
   ateerlng, power braku, plastic seat INCOME TAX RETURNS - Business 0-48 Full or part-time. Able to be                                                  ORGAN STUDIO                          3Vi ROOM APARTMENTS — All HUH-                                                Realtor                     ing roan with (Ireilace, dining room, variance and a eojTJif the decision
   covers, teat belts plul snow tires. or Individual. Established twelve years bonded. State ate. and references.                                           OF ASBURY PARK                     ties, fully carpeted, bus at door. Mod- 9 Llnlen PI.                                        Red Bank eaMn kitchen. Large floored attic, more Is In the office of the Sebre-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         car garage, where could you get
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       of the Board of Adjustment, Mtf
   741-9273.                                    In this area, Margery Trorato. trading B.H." Box SU, Red B a n t                                               USED ORQANS                      erately priced. 221-4348 between 11 a-m.
                                                                                                                                                                                               and.e p.m. .                      >          '                               SH 7-OS97                    fcr *l«.»00. H A U / BROa. Jtjaitore.                         •1 Building, Red Bank. New Jar*.
   1M2 DAI" — Excellent condition, 7,00 as Reliable Tax Krvlce Call 671-1281)                                                                  JR>30 Tone Cabinet ..                                                                                                                                     «13 River Rd.. Fair Haven. SH 1-TtW. ••r. and Is available tor inspection.
   miles, automatic transmission. SH ) for appointment.                                                                                         timball Console Piano -                        THREE ROOK- FURNISHED APART-                                      Member Multiple Listing
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         LUCY 1. BTONE, Secretary

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   0404 or BH 1*484.                    .                                                       HELP WANTED-Mala - Femtle Winter Bplnet Kino —                                                 MENT - Private; bath and entrance,                                                                                                                                          Board of Adjustment,
                                                INCOME TAX RETURNS—Individual.                                                                                                                                                                                    30-DAY OCCUPANCI                       U T I U SILVER - Buy nowl Ready
   FERRARI — 250OT.Blue eonvertlbli IS years experience. Pick vp and                                 BARB EMfliOXMEtlT AOIUIC!                  H m o n d Chord Organ                                         Adults. 1414421 or Liberty 3-                       VETS : NO * DOWN                       to move in. Ranch on H acre, three
   wtih hard top. IML like new. No deal- deliver. Reasonable. SB 1-1461                                                      quality C •        lallet st Davis Spinet Piano           485.                                                                        NO CLOSING COSTS                     or four bedrooms,' living room. Ore-
                                                                                                qualified Personnel For <Jr                     femmond Extravolce Organ (new) 4S6.
   ers. 842-2S0O.                               INCOME TAX RETURNS prepared at HO Broad long Branca CA :                     •A                                                                THREE BOOHS FURNISHED — Utili- Qualified buyer can move In thll three place, tuU dlnlni room, a ' recreation
                                                                                                                                                lammond Chord Organ s-6 _ 5 9 6 ties. Call after 5 p.m.
  1958 PONTIAC STAR CHIEF — Four- your home or mine. 25 yean expert.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              ~     •
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       bedroom ranch home, living room, room, screened porch. One block from
                                                                                                     AC« EMPLOYMENT AOKNCS                     Lowrey Spinet Organ              _.                                   SH 1-4243                        dining area, eat-In Idtebab, wall oven, school. SH 1-4S8*.
  door, two-tone green, priced tor quick race. J. Murtha 747-6759.                              Every order 4 sppllcant our speclalii. Hammond M-2 spinet Organ                                                                           •' 1 '' counter top rang modern vanity bath.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                - •— range,                                                                                  NOTICE TO rCBDOHS DnOUKD AS.
      • Call CO 4-<51«.                        INCOME TAX RETURNS prepared, at                  12 Broad St. Hed Bank             SH 7-84J4 Conn Bplnet Organ                                  RED BANK—314 and five-room At* }* fall 4T7 baeem                        uament. recreation room, MIDDLET6WN-Three-bedn»m ranch, SBNXES BALLOTS <MVILUN)
                                                                                                                                                          Spinet Organ
  1962 RAMBLER — Four-door 400 CM-your home or business.                                        EDWARDS EMPLOYMENT AGENCY Lowrey S i n e t Orga .
                                                                                                                                               Baldwin Bplnet Organ
                                                                                                                                                                                      .750. menu. Available m w and M a r _ _
                                                                                                                                                                                      .750. MOLLY PITCHER VILLAGE. Branch »X».-                             .. . _ g g . - Call owner. SH f- UicreTonrr «4S4 dawn. FHA. NO down It you are a'«u»llne4 and registered
  torn. Radio, Sealer. whltewsJU. Call gH 7-2882                                  Ma 1-OCll                  ure4ales4>fficeI>omest0
                                                                                                      Ecuure4ales4>fficeI>omestl0                                                                                                  uas,                            ••        .                      • payment, VA. Many extra*, SIMM. voter of Ihe Stale who expects to be
  787-9605 or sea at Campbells Junction                                                                                                        Hammond M-3 sntael Organ . . TM, and Madison Avea., SH                                                                                                     Principals. 6nly. wt-JTMi                          absent outside the State on rebniarr
                                                       A-l QUALITY TV SERVICE                   Bincerttr and ability with bl«n etnic;                                                                                                                BUNOALOW — Four rooms an* bath,
  Texaco.               '                            Expert repairs on all nukes               •9 Broad K          1 8t«77        Red Bank               BALES AND SERVICE                    TWIN CABLE APARTMENTS—38 Rhr- aew plumbing and roof, 44 Bergen Ave., SHREWSBURY BOROUOB — live- M, 1163, or will be wrtoln the State
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             voter who
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               a qualified and registered
  1»54 STUDEBAKBR — Oood transpoi                  Specialist on color. Call 842-32» SCHOOL BUS DRIVERS wanted. Apply                               RENTAL AND INSTRUCTION                     erslde Ave., Red Bank. Three-room un- B. Keansburg> H.OOO. 78T<4M.                                        room bungalow, storm wlndom, $7,000. on February W, DO, but because ot
  tatlon. 175. Call                                                                                                                            Open Oellr Till » — Saturday Till 5:30          furnished apartment. »1M month. BH 1                                                                     Call owner SH T-4o2t
           ,      OS 1-3719                    INCOHi: TAX PREPARED — By qual BENNETT BROTHERS CORP., 21S                                                                                     2359,                                                   INTERRACIAL — New three-bedroom                                                                         luneea or physical dlesblllly, or be-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             cause of the observance of a reltgloue
                                               Iffoi accountant. Form 1010. 17: extra East Rd., Belford.                                           COOKHAN AVE. AND MAIN «T.                                                                           ranch, full basement. Red Bank, center
                                                                                                                                                                                                 •IVEROOM ajiartment. all utilities 01 town. »14.500. 0 8 1-2I24.                                                                                            boildar pursuant to the (eaett of your
  1856 CHRYSLER CONVKRTIELB-Ne' schedule, H By appointment only, Hi-                                                                                             PR 5-B300                                                                                                                      -               LOTS AND ACREAGE
  top and tires asking {M0. After 5 p.m. 1800. TUB CURT1N AtJ&NCY, INC. SITUATIONS WANTED, Female                                                                                             supplied, 140 Shrewsbury A n . No phone                                                                                                                        religion, or because of resident at-
                                                                                                                                                                                              calls.                                                  RED BANK — Four bed rooms, two                                                                         tendance at a tcnool, coUeie or uni-
  sail 8H 7-4W4.                               INCOME TAX RETUR.NS-Imlivlduall.                                                                       LOW PRICED PAINT                                                                                baths, fireplace, sun porch. Walking CALL US if you are looking for a                                  versity, will be unable to cast your
  U » FORD OALAXM HARDTOP—Full small business. BARB SERVICES. 310UCBNSED PRACTICAI. NURSE — JIM gal. Citation flat white. Cook * FOUR ROOKS AND BATH. Heat and distance to all schools and shopping on which to build a home or business. ballet at the polling place. In your
  power, best otfer. Will help arrange Bdwy- CA 9-MOO. Long Branch.                                                                                                                            hot water furnished. Second floor. Long area. SU.500. HOUSTON WA.T8RBURY We have them all sites end la many district on said date, and you desire
  financing ternu. Call 8H 7-4673.                                                             Available for maternity caaes. Doctors Dunn Latex paint, white,' S2.M gal.                      Branch. ITS month. SH 1-4478.                          Realtor. IS W. frost St, Red Bank, price ranges. -                                                       o vote In the Township or Sarltag
                                               CARPENTER WORK — By day or con- iferences. Call CA M352.                                        (Economy line). Turpentine 99c gaL
  1999 FORD OALAX1E TOWN SEDAN tract. Sight years experience. Power JUNIOR on semester leave, Beaver Shop by phone. Fast delivery. Call                                                       LARGE — 3H. 4H. and SH-room SH 7-WW-                                                                                                                             Ipeelal School District election to be
                                                                                                                                                                                              apartments. Newly decorated. 119 Bain                                                                        THE DOWSTRA AGENCY leld on February 56, 1M3, kindly writ,
  Thll Is a beautiful red and black with tool and woodwork. 22)4745.
  matching Interior, tt M a one owner
                                                                                               College, wishes tutoring assignments;
                                               GROUNDS CLEANED — Trash hauled reading, (high school and elementary),
                                                                                               English                                                          FROWNS                        Ave.,Lor,g Branch. CA 9-1W.                                                                                                                     Red Bank r apply In person to the undersigned
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               x once nquesung that a civilian so-
  low mileage car equipped with powei                                                                      language arts. Catt BH 1-0074. 32 Broad St. Red Bank                  SH 1-7SO0TWO ROOMS FURNISHED — All utUl-                                                                                                                                    senUe ballot be forwarded to you.
  •teertaj and li automatic. Stop In u d way, also painting, call after 6. SH                                                                                                                                                                                                      ODOH RANCH — FAIR HAVEN — M i l l s corner lot. Such request must. state your Home
  drive it.                                    r-0873.                                          tEUABLE LADY                                   FIREPLACE WOOD and BINDLINO-                                  k ^              «         *-"">
                                                                                                                                               Mcourre'i Market, Rte. 34, Colts Neck.                                                                                 . . . .. acre; Two bedrooms. residential sone, tint R M 0 gets tt. address, and the address to which sail
        Maurice Schwartz & Sons                                                                              Wishes day's work                 Phone 846-4323, Mt-4333 evenings.               FURNISHED ajartment, bedroom, liv- modern kitchen with dishwasher. Jal- Call BH 1-SWL                                                                         Ballot should be sent, and fiuat be
  Ml W. Front it.. Red Bank. BH 7-0787                        EMPLOYMENT                                                                                                                                                          second Door, ousled family room, finished basement,                                                                        signed with your signature, and state
  1956 FORD COUNTRY B9U1RB—Auto-                                                                                                               REDUCING EQUIPMENT—For rent or ing room, kitchen, bath, Red Bank. convehJent to bus and shopping. Low
                                                                                                                                                                                               inquire .80 Herbert S t .                                                                                                                                     tbe reason why you win not be able
  mwJc IransralMlon. J330 or b » t offer.           HELP WANTED-FEMA1E                            SITUATIONS WANTED, Mate sale. Free delivery. South Jersey Surgl- O A K A Q E APARTMENT—Three rooms taxes. tl7,6Ca Owner S » 1-271L                                                                          REAL ESTATE WANIED                             £ w j e at Srour usual foiling place,
  872-1532.                                                                                                                                    C»L BHadyslde- 7-2814.                                                                                                                                                                                          Yo civilian absentee ballot will be
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      BRICK HOUSE — Seven rooms and YOUR HOMB W                                             — Why list furnished or forwarded to any appU.
  1953 ENGLISH FORD — Station wagon.                           BOOKKEEPER                      HANDY MAN with pickup truck, se                 TRACTOR            1S5S, Oliver, looks anc                                                             bath.. Two .fireplaces, expansion atue, with us? We ad                            . extenstvelv In cant unless request therefor is ncetved
                                                                                                                       work. Also deans operates like Ford; dual tear wheels,
  Oood condition. 15 mlle» to me gallon. liperfeneed to Qenera] Ledger, for dally or weekly yards, attics BH 7-new Meyer snow' plow; front and rear UKFURMSaBD — Four rooms, eduits
                                                                                               cellars, garages,                                                                                                                                                                                        the newspapers.                  and publlsb         not t e n than « days prior to the
 MUM b« sold by Frtdajr. First come, «•-.                                                                                                                                                                                                              •Si 1 .," BloilItiU,O'Re4Ct*                     g«»toj[ ftr beme MekwW. a » mem- election, and contains the foregoing in.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        ,          nir pome eee&erl. We art
 first sold. SHS firm. Call LI 1-3274 J™ eitabllalied auto dealer In Red
                                                 ell                                           2357.                                           lights, 3-polnt hitch, excellent condl- only. Qsa, heat supplied- Private en-
                                              Bank area. Send resume and •alary                                                                 ion, i n s . Also 71 rotary mower attach- trance. No pets. 787-4380. . '                              IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY-Two-bed- bir. of the TWR. a national real estate formation.                                                                *
 «fter 4.'30.                                 required to "AJ", Box 811, Red Bank.                                                            ment, 1250. Or <1200 combined price.                                                                                                                                  service. « • are m w * *i»u-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      room Cape Cod. Fireplace, dining room, referral »«rv»;». We «*v "Home Trad- Dated: February W. 1MX
 195S FORD STATION WAOON — Four- VON BX11A& ITSELF—Full or pan                                                FINANCIAL                        Call 842-1821 after 8 p.m.                                 SPRINOVIEW OARDENS                          tile bath, expansion , attic, excellent people. Call offloers. u * WALKBR.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        ers" — two officers, It (nil time sale.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    sales                CHAJUES & HOPLA,
door, automatic power ateerlnf, JI75. clnte. Bareral territories open for                                                                                                                     283 Sprtng St.              ,          Red Bank condition. For appointment call SH 1-                                                                                      Secretary           /
                                                                                                                                               PROMISE HER AWTTHINO but buy                   Available April 1. Large live-room 415).                                                                  Realtors. Members Res Bank Arc
Call CA 2-8775. ..             .               women intereited In hiving a good BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES her stereo at ACB. ACB.TV, Hwy So,apartment, two bedrooms, complete                                                                                                                                                                                              Board ot Education,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Townablp ot Rantan,
 1858 MERCURY COMMUTER WAOON ctetuiy Income. HxMiiinc* tumecei-                                                                                Neptune City. PR 5-8062.                       kitchen, double alzed closets. For ap-                                                                                                                                     «1O Beers, street,
—Qooti condltlui. • stick, one owner. tary. SH 1-4343 or writs; U n , Uarxa-                           BE YOUR OWN BOSS                                                                       pointment please call BH 1-5571                         cut homea bunt by you or by us.                                   MUOT WANTED
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      plant cr ours. 100 per cent financing                                                                               Baalet, K. J.
|«tO. 8H 1-1944 after 7:30.                    ret Oulotta, P. O, Box 190, Red Bank.
                                                                                               The Atlantic Refining Co. has a good,
                                                                                                                                                      DON'T TRACK DIRT                         FOUR ROOMS — Modem kitchen, tile arraged. Can U a 1777 for Information. Or builder with lot for custom home Feb.
1936 PLYMOUTH two-door, JJOO; 1967E X P E I N C                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         In Mlddletown ares. No agents. Write                                                             SUM
                                                                      nursei aides, day shift modern two-bay service station avail- Cocoa door mats of good quality »2.S8. bath and boat Xast Keanaburg. Call
DODOB four-door, ISW. Both puih out- 40-hour week. Apply in peraon Hilltop able. In Red Bank. Excellent potential. Rubber mate of quality S1.7&, Throw lAvls 5-11M.                                                                                   NEW 8HREW3BDRY — Spacious Co- details. "AC". Box t i l . Red Bank.
ton transmission, good condition. Call Private KuralnK Home, mng$ Highway, Investment for stock and equipment rugs. Rock tilt. Snow shovels. Call                                                                                                     lonial ranch, choice location, three bed-
evenings. 7fi7-DlB2.                           Hiddlfltown.                                    only. Paid training available. For In-                                                           MTRACrrVlSL? FURNISHED — XTrooms, 1(4 baths, enclosed porch, patio.                                                                                          NOTICE TO PERSONS IN MILITARY
 1959 CHEVROLET KOMAD WAQON— WIRING, SOLDERING — On electronic formation call Ml 3-01O0. a to i or                                                              PROWN'S                        fldency In residential area, near heart Taxes (580. Asking J18.500. Call trans-
                                                                                                                                                                                               of town. Private entrance .and cooking. ferred owner, LI 2-1839. : .
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     LEGAL NOT1C                                 SERVICE OR PATIENTS W VET*
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 EBA.V8' HOSTITALS                AND TO
Automatic, full power, one owner. Call equipment Experienced and Inexperi- 8M-8493 after 7 p.m.                                                32 BroaJ SI. Red Bank             BH 1-7900 Ideal for refined women. Other e n -                                                                                                                                 THEIR REIAnVKS UtB FRIENDS
 CO 4-20S2.                                    enced. Steady work. Monmouth Elec- AVAILABLE                         FOR IMMEDIATE DO YOU NEED X-RAY VISION TO                                 elenclee also, available. SH 1-8394.                    AUTHBNTIO WtLUAMSBURa COLO-                                                                                If you are in the military service
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      MIAL-In a settled area of sracious
IBM FORD CONVBRTIBUB — A-l con- ;rlc Co.. Inc.. 1802 Corllei Ave., Nep-Sunoco Station on busy Hwy 35. Hatlet. BEE the poor tired picture on your MODERN DUPLEX — Unfurnished homes. Secluded tree-lined lane, 27*
                                                                                               LEA8E — Existing modern two bay                                                                                                                                                                                                NOTICE                         or are a patient In a veterans' hos-
 dition, new U r n . H95. Must see. Call IBC, N. J.                                                                                            TV? Ace has the answer you can                 two bedrooms Ideated In Bed Bank. living room with (Ireplace, dining mom                                       NOTICE IS HEREBT alTOH that pital and desire to vote, o r If you
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                                              CLEANING WOMAN — own Iran.- Present Minimum called Into Armed beat trade for a new one, lowest Adulls preferred. Occupancy March 3. and kitchen with breakrast area. lava- at a regular meeting held February are a relative or friend service person
                                                                                                 'orces.               capital investment, price yet. ACE TV, Hwy 39, Neptune B15 plus utilities. Call SH 1-8WL
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 of a
                                                               two half days or one full
1958 OLDSMOBIUS FOUB.-DO0R — irtatlon, week. LmerofL $1.25 per hour, 4O».VCall SUn Oil Co., PA 1-23M. illy. PR 5-8082.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             who is
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      tory. Five bedrooms, screened real 13, 1851 tbe Boarl of Adjustment e a patientIn theveterans* hospital or Is         In a
 1957 PLYMOUTH FOOT-DOOR—Both ill 741*162.        ly each                                                                                                                                     THREE ROOMS -^ Newly decorated,                          porch opens to patio -with barbecue. the Borough of Red' Bsnk heard and rou believe, will desire to vote In tbe
 In rxxl condition. First 1800 takes                                                                                                           FIREPLACE WOOD —' finllt to size. furnished or unfurnished, all utilities. bsjementi two-car garage, a ihow* considered the application of ROBERT - ™ ™ b i p ot Rarltan Special school
•both. 78T-8041.                              SECRETARY — Full-time. Write stat-                              MORTGAGES                       Delivered end stacked. (15 per lead. Call SH 7-4187.                                                    place. Asking $35,800. Won't last. HALL BOOTTand CORA V. SCOTT for p e r District election to be held on Febru-
                                                                                                                                               Call SH 1-2205 anytime.
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        mlsilon to construct an addition to
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 1908 OLDSHOBELB 88 two-door Holi- ing age, experience and qualifications,                                                                                                                    KBANSBURO — Five-room apartment, BROS., ReaTtori. 813 River Rd., Fair premises at " Cedar Street. Red ary 2t, 1953, kindly write to the tin-