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 Irish Troops                                                                                                                                                                         Army Plane
 Hold Airport
 In Katanga
 Tshombc Force
                                                                                                                                                                                      Crash Kills 2
                                         School Bond                                                                                                                                                 9                                                        New Craft
 Off Guard, No                           Election Set
                                        UNION BEACH - Tile Board
                                                                                                                                                                                      Can t Start Highway                                                     Burns After
 Resistance Met                       of Education will hold a special
                                      district election Thursday, June                                                                                                                Work, Says Palmer                                                       Blast at Wall
                                      8, from 2 to 9 p.m. at the
                                      Memorial School                                                                                                                                      FREEHOLD — State Highway from Belmar to the state cap-                    WALL TOWNSHIP — A
   t a n g a ( A P ) — A n advance                                                                                                                                                      Commissioner Dwight R. G. Palm- ital is "a necessity."
                                        The board will air authoriza-
   guard o f a battalion of Irish     tion to contract an addition to                                                                                                                   er yesterday told a group of            "But," he said, "I don't know deafening explosion; a ball
° U N troops flew into riot-          Mornlngslde Avenue School,               WINGS FOR THE CAP—Lt. Roland Piorson, commanding officer of the Red Bank Monmouth, Ocean and Mercer if we can concoct some scheme of fire; a huge hole in an
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             or idea of 'moving mirrors' to airfield; a new model air-
   torn Elisabethville                purchase school equipment, fix*
                                    today                                      Composite Squadron of the Civil Air Patrol, accepts a $1,500 check from Richard County officias that he agreed get the funds."
                                      tures and land, for a total of                                                                                                                    with the necessity of an access
   a n d i m m e d i a t e l y occupied
                                      $293,000.                                Collier of the Rad Bank Kiwanis Club. At the preientation, left to right, are Fred road from Toms River and the                                          Irwln Presides            craft demolished; death in
   t h e airport. T h e y m e t w i t h
                                         Of this, $100,000 U to come           King, Kiwanis. president; Cadets Douglat Reinhart, Rurnspn, and Douglas Gray, southern portion of Monmouth Monmouth County Freeholder two homes.
   BO resistance from Katanga         from surplus, (15,000 from the           River Plaza, and Lt. Alfred Reinhart. The funds will b« uied to bu/ an airplane for County to Trenton, but found Director Joseph C. Irwin, Free-
                                                                                                                                                                                        his department's finances in a conducted the meeting, and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            who       In less time than one can
  President Moise Tshombe's ar-       capital reserve fund, and $178,-         the CAP training program.                                                                                 'poor position" to start at once. holder Charles I. Smith spoke on read a capsule report, two Ar-
  my or police.                       000 U to b e raised by bond Is-                                                                                                                      Mr. Palmer, speaking at the the plan, calling for the contin- my officers were killed ye-.terday
                                      sue. The bond will Increase the                                                                                                                   American Hotel, told a luncheon uation of Rt. 37 from Toms Riv- as their twin-engine turbo-prop
       A reliable UN source said the
                                                                                                                                                      New Jfaycee
   Irish had been sent to hold the
».*.irport until the arrival of In-
  dian Gurkhas in Elisabethville.
                                      borough debt to $629,750.10.
                                                                            Seek 2/3-Acre Lots                                                       Unit Planned
                                                                                                                                                                                        crowd of 25 officials that the er through the Allentown area to craft flying low at about 200
                                                                                                                                                                                        need for an extension of Rt. 37a proposed interchange with the miles an hour, crashed at Mon-
                                                                                                                                                                                        from Toms River and Rt. 38 turnpike and then on into Tren mouth County Airport.
  • move violently opposed by
                                     May Lose                                Agk Downgrading in Holmdel;                                               EATONTOWN — A special
                                                                                                                                                     meeting to discuss formation
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 They cited the value to the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Dead are Capt. William M.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Templeton, 31, of Fort Mon-
       The_ airport's guard of Swed-
   ish UN troops, who were at-       Park Site                                 Sewer Plant a 'Possibility'
                                                                                                                                                     of a Junior Chamber of Com-
                                                                                                                                                     merce chapter here will be held
                                                                                                                                                     tonight at 8:30 In the Borough
                                                                                                                                                                                       Vendor, Fay                           shore area, which, they said, is
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             without through roads to Tren-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    mouth, and Capt. Oscar R.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Harper, 33, of Fort Rucker,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Ala. Capt. Harper was believed
   tacked yesterday by a rampag-                                                                                                                                                                                              ton between Rt. 33 on the north
   ing mob incited by Tshombe, re-
  tired to their camp on the out-    In Lincroft                                HOLMDEL TOWNSHIP — A he h a s signed a contract for Hall.
                                                                             developer last night requested purchase of 80 acres of the Ely
                                                                                                                                                       Lawrence White, extension       Codes OK'd                            and Rt. 70 on the south, about
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              40 miles.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    to be the pilot. But this was
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    uncertain since the plane had
  akirU of Elisabethville.                                                                                                                           chairman of the Greater Red                                                                                    dual controls.
                                                                             the planning board to downgrade property, and asked (or down-
       The Irish vanguard numbered LINCROFT-The Little League lot size in Holmde! village for grading to lots of 30,000 square Bank Junior Chamber of .Com-
  •bout 150 troops, heavily armed baseball program here may be a major subdivision of the Daniel feet'— approximately two-thirds merce, said the proposed new
                                                                                                                                                                                       At Highlands                              Other possibilities suggested by
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Mr. Smith and Assemblyman AI
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              fredN. Beadleston (R-Mon.)were
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Eyewitnesses differed in relat-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   ing what happened. The official
   and in full battle dress.              curtailed next year unless new                                        of an acre.                          chapter will be open to men HIGHLANDS — Borough Coun                                                          Army version, according to J.
                                          ball fields can be found.          S. Ely tract.                                                           between 21 and 35 years living                                           to create a limited access' road
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Peter Hoffman, Fort Monmouth
                 More Due                                                       Eugene Novello, 2326 Gales C t , Present zoning calls for lots or working in Shrewsbury, cil last night considered six newbetween the parkway and turn public information officar, is that
' Another 500 were expected In According to Jack Wl Moody, Scotch Plains, told the board that of 40,000 square feet — approxi- Eatontown and Oceanport ordinances, but referred two ofpike. Mr. Smith was joined by
  the next few hours.                     township recreation director, the                                     mately an acre.                                                         them to its attorney and the Ocean County Freeholder Direc- the Grumman Mohawk observa-
                                          commission's lease on the Lewis                                                                            areas.                             Planning Board for revision and tor A. Paul King in urging con- tion craft " e x p l o d e d and
       Katanga government officials                                                                                Mr. Novello said if the sub-
  apparently* were unaware of the
                                          S. Thompson tract, Newman
                                          Springs Rd., expires at the end Shannon's                             division w e r e approved he                                            further study.                        struction of the road.
                                                                                                                                                                                            A measure calling (or the adop- Rt. 37 is presently constructed Civilian observers, however,
  arrival of the Irish until it was
  too late to try to prevent their
                                          of the year.
  landing. As Hie first Skymasters He indicated that the lease            Resignation
                                                                                                                planned to erect a small shopping
                                                                                                                center across from the new tele
                                                                                                                phone exchange building
                                                                                                                                                   6 Contracts                          tion of the state building code,                                           said the plane crashed head on
                                                                                                                                                                                        which has been kicked around between Toms River and Lake- into a gravel area west of the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   (See HIGHWAY Page 2)            main runway and burst into fire
  and C119 Flying Boxcars roared might not be renewed.
   in from the UN-occupied Ka- The tract is the site of several
                                                                                                                   He said there also would be a
                                                                                                                "possibility" that he would con    Are Awarded                          here for several years, was put
                                                                                                                                                                                        into 'the hands of the attorney                                            with a thunderous blast.
   mina base in western Katanga, bail diamonds used in the com-
  Tshombe was in conference in mission's recreation program.
                                                                                                                struct a sewer disposal plant for
                                                                                                                the housing project "which would
                                                                                                                                                   For School
                                                                                                                                                                                        until the next meeting of the gov-
                                                                                                                                                                                         erning body, in May.              Seawall                                    Mr. Hoffman said a seven-man
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   accident investigation team will
   Elisabethville with Gen. Sean Mr. Moody said the comlssion UNION BEACH - Richard A. be large enough to take care o                                                                       Tile Planning Board will have                                          be convened today by Maj. M.
   McKeown of Ireland, the UN would be faced with finding new Shannon, Jr., last night offered adjacent tracts of land," and that
  military commander in the Con-          facilities here if a new lease Is
                                                                             his resignation a s a member to he would deed to the township EATONTOWN — The Mon-
                                                                                                                                                                                         to deal with revision of an exca-
                                                                                                                                                                                         vating ordinance.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Job to Cost                             W. Fuller, the post aviation offi-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   cer, to determine the cause.
                                                                             the Board of Education.            about seven acres of land, near     mouth Regional Board of Educa- The measures approved on first                                                             Lived at Post
  go.                                     not signed.
      .McKeown flew from Leopold- In that event, he said he fa- Early in the year Mr. Shannon the brook on the Ely land, for tion last night awarded six con-reading by the council— salary
  ville to confer with Tshombe vored construction of simila                  had said that if the new school a recreation site.                     tracts for additions to the new vending machine, personal prop-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           $200,000                                   Capt. Templeton, his wife, Stel-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   la, and their six-month-old daugh-
  about Oje mob rampage vester- facilities on the recently pur- budget was approved he would re- He said the houses would sell high school, now in the final erty tax exemption, and sign or- LONG BRANCH - City officials ter lived at the main post. He
  day against the UN troops in chased 60-acre tract off Norman- sign from the board. The budget, in the $22,000 -S25.O00 price range stages of construction.                             dinances—will be aired at a pub convinced state officials yester- was assigned to the post aviation
   Eliaabethville. The Katanga Ra- dy Rd.                                    which was defeated in the Feb. Board Chairmat Bernard Gold                The additions were authorized lie meeting May 2.                        day that $200,000 is needed for section which leases space at
  dio and EHsabetftville's morning The township ha« purchased 14 school elections, was passed smith said the matter 'vould be in a referendum Igte last year                                           Pay Hikes               emergency repairs to the sea the airport.
  newspaper claimed today—before the property from the government by five votes when resubmitted taken under advisement, to be for the school's second bond is- The salary measure provides wall damaged in last September's Captain Harper, a pilot instruc-
  the Irish arrived—that Tshombe and officials said that it woulc to voters March 1.                            discussed at a future date in sue, in the sum of $300,000. $400 increases for Mrs. Rose- Hurricane Donna.                                                  (See PLANE, Pfi. 2)
   and His government had won a not be developed* for recreationa -Jjnres McKittrick. board pres- executive session.                                                                                                              Conservation Commissioner Sal-
                                                                                                                                                    They are: Construction of locker mary Shields, borough clerk and
                                                                             ident, suggested that the resigna- He said Morrow Planning rooms, building football field and water and sewerage collector, vatpre A. Bontempo said the state
   great vict*ry over the UN.
               UN 'Shattered'
       "The United Nations is shat
                                          purposes for some time.            tion be set aside for board con- Associates, township master plan track, and purchase of shelving, and Richard Lucas, tax collector. is prepared to put up 5100,0.10.
                                             Mr. Moody said plans for th' sideration at a future date.
                                                                                                                ners, will be asked for an opinion furniture and equipment.                 The town's three-man assess- The City Commission later au-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Asks Higher
   tered," a broadcast said. "They davelopment of the tract on i
  should go home now."                    long-range basis are being for-
                                                                                Harry P. Wooley, Jr., said no on the question of downgrading
                                                                             earlier statements regarding res- The board last month rejected $193,636.
                                                                                                                                                                                          ment board will also be affected thorized preparation of an ordi-
                                                                                                                                                       The contracts awarded total by the new ordinance, with a nance committing the city to pay-               Teachers9
       Tshombe had whipped his peo mulated.                                  ignation had been made by Mr a request by another builder for                                               $1,400 increase       for William ing         $100,000.     Commissioner
   pie into a frenzy yesterday alter Richard W. Seuffert, busioes Shannon directly to the board. He downgrading to three-quarter- William Kohl, Lincroft, will be Mercier, its secretary, and a de-George N. Woolley, director of
   (he Swedish guard at the air- administrator, said he is awaiting added no one was obligated to acre lots for construction of 135 general contractor for the locker ^crease of $200 for each of th' public safety, abstained from vot-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Starting Pay
   port arrested 24 Katanga army acceptance of the township's $82,- serve against his wil.                       houses on the Theurkauf tract room addition, for $87,264.                other two members, Georg ing.                                               KEYPORT—A recommendation
            (See CONGO, Pg. 2)            500 offer by the General Serv-                                                                               Iron work will be done by Park Lahey arid Robert Anthony.                  The commissioners also dis-
                                                                                On a 3-2 vote, with Kenneth also in the village.                                                                                                                                    for higher starting salaries for
                                          ice Administration.                                                                                       Steel and Iron Co., Bradley             The vending machine ordinance cussed with Mr, Bontempo dredg teachers in the-Keyport school
                                                                             Burkhardt, Camilleo Severini and
                                             Last month the Township Com Mr. McKittrick voting "no"; Ed-                                                                                  prohibits the dispensing of food ing .of Trautman's creek and re-system was made last night by
 Keansburg                                mittee adopted an ordinance auth ward J. Scullion and Mr. Wooley,
                                          orizing the purchase through        yes,' and Morris Tetro abstain-
                                                                                                                        INDEX                       Beach, for $6,333.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               ported receiving encouragement
                                                                                                                                                       Van Cleve Co., Neptune, won and beverages from mechanical that state aid will be available. John O. Hartzler, superintendent
                                                                                                                                                                                          devices.                                                                  of schools.
                                                                                                                                               Page the $27,510 heating and ventilat-                                          The commissioners ordered a let-
 Inspector's                              bond issue.                        ing, the board refused to accept Amusements
                                             This time last year, the town the resignation.                      Births                   __
                                                                                                                                                14 ing contract, and also the $12,- The sign measure would control ter sent to Mr. Bontempo pledg- Mr. Hartzler termed the pres-
                                                                                                                                                  2 102 plumbing contract.                construction, erection, and main-
                                                                                                                                                                                          tenance of signs,'outdoor displays ing availability of $20,000 for a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    ent minimum salary "too low"
                                          ship purchased a 21-acre tract After the vote, Mr. Shannon Hal Boyle                                    6    Melvin Decker, Atlantic High- and structures. The same ordi- matching state fund repair proj- and advised the Board of Edu-
 Hearing Set                              from the Garden State Parkway withdrew his resignation. ,
                                          at a cost of $8,700.
                                                                                Mr. Shannon has assumed re- Classified
                                                                                                                                       •„       15 lands, will do the electrical work
                                                                                                                                              18-1J for $6,400.                           nance came in for considerable ect.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    cation "if you want good teachers
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    you have to pay for them."
       KEANSBURG -               The long                                                                        Comics           '...                                                   criticism from local resident!
                                             That landlocked land is bor-                                                                        15                                                                                                                   Keyport's minimum is $4,200
  awaited court              hearing into dered by the parkway and th sponsibility for an unsigned flyer Crossword Puzzle .                           Maple Contractors, Maplewood, when it was first introduced las                   TO ACT ON BIDS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    for teachers with a bachelor de-
                                                                             distributed prior to the March 1                                   _4
  charges against Edward J. Davis, Earle Naval railroad.                                                                                            won the contract to build the September.                                      MIDDLETOWN — The Board gree and $4,400 for teachers w'th
  plumbing inspector, has been                                               election, asking fora second budg- Editorials                          athletic fields at a price of $54,-
                                                                                                                 Herblock                                                                          Committee Lineup            of Education will take action a* masters degree. Mr. Hartzler
  scheduled for April 19 at 8 p.m. Officials say there are no Im- defeat. The matter is being in- Kitty Kelly .                                     027.                                    Also introduced last night was Monday night on bids received suggested minlmums of $4,100
    * According to Benjamin Gruber, mediate plans for the develop- vestigated by the county prose- Movie Timetable
     •                                                                                                                                        ..14    Other expenditures from the        a change in the Council Commit last night on five new school and $4,600.
  Highlands attorney, who Is pros ment of this tract.                        cutor's office..
                                                                                                                 Obituaries                       2 $300,000 bond issue will be: Legal tee lineup. Mayor Cornelius J buses, a maintenance truck and Board President Frederick J.
  ecuting the case for the borough                                                                               Sylvia Porter .                  I and bonding fees, $3,000; print-          (See HIGHLANDS Page 2) 'general school supplies.
                                                                                                                                           T_                                                                                                                       Walling agreed the amount pro-
  five of the 86 individual charges
  against Mr. Davis are slated to
  be heard at the first court hear
                                      Bus Firm Mulls                                                             Radio-Television
                                                                                                                  Stock Market
                                                                                                                                           i_ .14 ing of bonds, $1,500; furniture
                                                                                                                                                    and equipment, $67,500; archi-
                                                                                                                                                    tects and engineering fees, $11,-
                                                                                                                                                _ J 619; contingency fund, $2,970, and
                                                                                                                                                                                        In New Shrewsbury
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    vided in the budget for teachers'
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    salaries was "not a realistic fig-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    ure."             ,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Secretary Donald A. Hill're-
       The cases will be argued be-
  fore Magistrate Alfred T. Hen-
  nessy, Jr., of Union Beach.
                                      Extended Service
  . The charges involve alleged KEANSBURG - Borough offi asking the Public Utilities Com-
                                                                                                                 Successful Investing             i shelving, $19,775.
                                                                                                                                                                                        Swim Club Hazards                                                           ported all but two teachers who
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    were offered contracts have re-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    turned signed contracts for the
  violations of the heating code by cials reported last night there mission for permission to pick up
  Mr, Davis while working as
  private contractor.
       He is charged with failing to Bank.
                                           is a possibility of obtaining bus passengers in the borough and
                                           service between here and Red discharge them in Leonardo.
                                                                                                                                                                                        Cited by Opponents                                                          1961-62 school year, There are
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    93 teachers in the school system.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Teaching contracts for 1961-62
                                                                                There, they could make bus                                                                                  NEW SHREWSBURY — Five proval for a recreational facility were approved for Mrs. Vcra
  file a diagram of the work he did C. Berjiard Blum, borough connections for Red Bank.
  as prescribed in the borough's manager reported that the Blue The Blue and White firm now                                                                                              opponents of the proposed swim- in a residential zone, was unfair Carlson, Hazlet, $6,000 and Ted
  heating code.                            and White Bus Co. is considering is allowed to pick up passenger^                                                                              ming club on Riverdale Ave. have to owners of residential property. Stamen, Red Bank, $5,000, both
 —The method of Mr. Gruber's                                                 in the borough and discharge                                                                                 issued a statement to residents In dropping the suit, the plain- hiph school.
  handling of the case and his fee                                           them in Long Branch.                                                                                        of the area charging that hazards tiffs stressed, they in no way Joseph Ferrante, vice presi-
  were attacked last night by
  Councilman Louis Collichio.
                                      Fish Study                                The borough has been without
                                                                             service to Red Bank since the
                                                                                                                                                                                         and harm to neighboring property relinquished their right to appear dent, questioned the sta'rting rate
                                                                                                                                                                                         owners would result if permission before the Board of Adjustment for Mrs. Carlson and suggested
                                                                                                                                                                                         to build the facility is granted. and to object to any application $5,800 as a more appropriate fig-
       Mr. Collichio said it was going
  to cost the borough $5,000 to
  prosecute the case.
                                      Equipment                              Rollo Transit Corp., Keyport, dis-
                                                                             continued its operations.                                                                                      The Board of Adjustment will filed, whether for the Riverdale ure.
                                                                                                                                                                                         hear the application of Riverdale Ave. site or any other.                     Mr. Hartzler pointed out that
                                                                                Borough Council passed a res-
                Out OI Line
       He said he felt this fee was   Requested                              olution favoring the proposal.
                                                                                           Bus Link
                                                                                                                                                                                         Swim Club, Inc., next Wednesday.
                                                                                                                                                                                            Philip Meyer, Jr., Douglas
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   (See SWIM CLUB, Pg. 2)               (See KEYPORT, Page 2)

  out of line and questioned the WASHINGTON (AP) - A sport                                                                                                                               D o w n s , Carl Bell, E. W.
  necessity of Mr. Gruber going to fishing group says the govern- At the same time, Mr. Blum
   •uch an expense to present the ment's new sports fish research            said that the Marathon Bus Co.
                                                                                                                                                                                          Speicher, and A. J. lirlaclier
                                                                                                                                                                                          pointed out in their statement
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Says Policemen Won't Act
  case. Mr. Collichio said the cost center at Fort Hancock, N.J., ishad reported it was not financi-                                                                                      that now for the first time a
  could even go higher.                   badly in need of equipment. .
       Mr. Gruber told reporters As a start, Robert M. Paul,
                                                                              ally possible to extend its serv-
                                                                              ice in the borough to provide a
                                                                                                                                                                                          "responsible, quasi-judicial body"
                                                                                                                                                                                         will have the opportunity to de-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            As Dog Catchers Anymore
   later that his fee for the entire executive secretary of the Sport        bus link to Middletown.                                                                                     cide on the matter.                      SHREWSBURY - It'll be a tine patrols of the borough for
   case would probably be about Fishing Institute, suggested a Local officials sought the link                                                                                              The group of five had brought professional dog .catcher or noth- dog control.
  $5,000.                                 $50,000 water circulating system    to provide bus ' connections in
                                                                                                                                                                                         suit to prevent the construction of   ing, Councilman John W. Van- "We don't have a major prob-
       Mr. Collichio said that the so some aquarium work can beMiddletown for Red Bank.                                                                                                  the club after its site plan was Brunt indicated last nightj—-— lem, but there are a number of
  blame for the high cost should be started.                                    Council received a letter from
                                                                             the New Point Comfort Fire Co.,                                                                             approved by the Planning Board Mr. VanBrunt. police committee dogs running loose causing dam-
  placed on Councilman Martin C              Paul testified recently before
  Lohscn. Mr. Lohsen proposed a House appropriations subcom- protesting the Council's public
                                                                                                                                                                                           ist year.                           chairman, said, "Unless I'm age," he said.
  that Mr. Gruber handle the case. mittee in favor of {850,000 more discussion of an alleged discharge                                                                                      The suit was settled out of court ordered otherwise, I'm not go- The cost of the dog catcher,
       Mr. Collichio reminded the than requested by President Ken- of a firearm in the unit's head-                                                                                      after council passed an ordinance ing to have the police department Mr. VanBrunt pointed out, could
                                                                                                                                                                                          requiring Zoning Board of Adjust- acting as dog catcners."                be paid out, of the annual $2.25
  governing body that he was will- nedy for sport fishing research. quarters by a policeman several
                                                                                                                                                                                          ment approval of the location ot                                          license fee.
  ing to pay the cost of having His testimony was made public weeks ago.                                                                                                                                                              Professional Service
  George E. Ostrov handle tho today.                                            The issue was brought to the                                                                                   recreational facility in the                                            No action was taken, but Mr.
                                                                                                                                                                                          borough.                                He tpld the council Community VanBrunt was authorized to get
  case.                                      The Fish and Wildlife Service's council during the public part PASTOR LEADS THE WAY— Rev. William J . Mills, pas-                                                                 Dog Control, Inc., Neptune, would more details on the dog contract.
       In other matters, the Board of recently established sport fish re- of Hie last meeting of the govern-                                                                                 Under the new measure, the
  Health will meet Thursday to in-search center at Sandy Hook ing body.                                           tor of the Lincroft Presbyterian Church, loft, and his group said, neighboring property provide professional service at an No one suggested that Mr. Van-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               annual fee of $1.70 for each li- Brunt change his decision not to
  troduce its revised plumbing Is located in an old Army Hos- The letter stated tJiat fhe trust- helpers, John Flockhart and Paul Moffler, are shown owners will be gien an oppor-
  code.                                   pital. •                            ees of the company had con-                                                                                tunity to protest and to submit censed dog in the borough.                 have the police department double
       George Cameron, board secre-                                          ducted their own investigation hard at work on remodeling work In the church kitchen. evidence of possible harm to their Mr. VanBtiint initated action as the dog control agency any
  tary, said the code has been Lawn Seeds •                     Flower Seeds into the incident and that no The Ladles' Aid Society purchased the lumber and men property interesls if the club were last month to look into the prob- longer.
  modernized and many revisions Vegetable seeds and Fertilizers evidence wts uncovered substan- of the congregation offered their talents to equip the permitted to build.                                                      lem of dogs running loose.             Last month the department in-
  made. The Board will hold a pub- Fred D. Wikoff Co., Red Bank, tiating a report that a gun was                                                                                            The group maintained that the Last night he said the best vestigated 11 dog complaints, is-
  Be hearing on the proposal Apr! N. J. SH 7-055] or SH 1-0554.               fired.                              kitchen to handle more and larger parties, suppers and previous ordinance, which re- solution found thus far is to hire isued one summons and had one
   17.                                    —Advertisement                          See (KEANSBURG, Page 2)         other activities.                                                      quired only Planning Board ap- the Neptune firm to make rou- canine impounded.
   2 - W e d i . f sday, April 5, 1961        RED BANK REGISTER                    |
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                  ^nti-trusfr Case Retired Editor                                                      DR. SEYMOUR S. ESTRIN
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       DftAL — Dr. Seymour S. Es-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                NEW YORK (AP) — A federal
                                                                                                             about 50.                                                                                                                                                                             trin, 4&, who was stricken with
     NEPTUNE (AP) — Friends ol' The campaign, in behalf of
 I Hungarian refugee who needs George Vitez, :6, is headed by;
                                                                                                               Cape May to.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           court jury of nine men and three
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           women was selected yesterday to  Dies in Florida                            heart attack in the Monmouth
 a delicate heart operation have Msgr. John J. O'Hara of the,                                                                                                                                                              try eight men and a magazine VENICE, Fla. (AP)-Willlam County court house last Thurs-
                                                                                                             Block I s l a n d -                                                                                           distributing company on an'i- John Shannon, 61, a former edi- day, died in his home here yes-
 enlisted 19 blood donors for him Church of the Ascension in Brad-,                                          Mostly north-
 and now are campaigning to ley Beach. Vitcz must undergo:                                                                                                                                                                 trust and extortion charges in tor of the Jersey City (N. J.) terday.
                                                                                                             westerly winds                                                                                                volving wholesale distribution of                                           Born at Newark, the son of
 bring his mother from Budapest open heart surgery at Deborah                                                                                                                                                                                                   Journal, died yesterday at the
                                                                                                             at 10 to 15                                                                                                   newspapers and magazines.                                                Louis and Sarah Garfinkel Estrin,
 in the United States to be at;Hospital, Browns Mills, April 14.                                                                                                                                                                                                wheel of his »uto while driving
 his side when he undergoes sur-[ Vitez' frjends are trying to                                               knots today ber                                                                                                   The defendants include former                                        he received his pre-medical ] edu-
                                                                                                             coming varia-                                                                                                                                       n downtown Venice.                 cation at the University of Vir-
 ,. e r y.                              j raise $645 by Friday to pay round-                                                                                                                                               officials of the Newspaper and
                 .             —          (rip plane fare for Mrs. Maria                                     ble at about 10                                                                                               Mail Deliverers Union of New Authorities said death appar- ;inia and his medical diploma
                             j         |Vnez, 49.                                 I                          knots       tonight                                                                                              r
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               ork and vicinity.                ently resulted from a heart at rom the University of Michigan.
                  O       III)        ,i Vitez said he has not seen fled ,      his:
                                                                                                             and southerly
                                                                                                             or southeaster-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                The prosecutor, Assistant U.S taok. Mr. Shannon retired 'n 1951 After interning at the New Ro-.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Attorney Hsrry G. Sklarsky, laid as editor of Hie Jersey City pa ohelle, N.Y., general hospital, Jie
                (Continued)               Hungarv during the when h
                                        ' - o t h e r • since 1956, anti-Commun-i'V to about 5 knots                                                                                                              in his opening statement that the per. He w«s « staff member for became a specialist is proctolpgy
                                                                                    |dunng Ihursday. Visibility five                                                                                                        government would prove the de- 30 years.                                at the University of Brazil. He
     "It is our belief." the group;ist uprising,                                     miles or better. Mostly fair to-
 said "that the Board of Adjust-: "I understand she is in a                                                                                                                                                                 fendants guilty of violating the He came to Florida four years had practiced privately at Wash-
                                                                                    jday. Mostly cloudy weather to-                                                                                                         Sherman Anti-trust Act and en ago from Nutlcy, N. J. His ington, N.J., before starting 16
 ment when it hears the evidence nervous state over my cc                           -night and Thursday. Chance for                                                                                                         gaging in unreasonable restrain widow, Mrs. Hannah M. Shan- years of private practice at Brad-
 in connection with the Buettner;°P«[?"™." V l t " . s a l t l - " I ]               showers over south portion to-                                                                                                         of interstate commerce by threats non, survives along with a son, ley Beach.
 tract and the swim club's appli-, c o u W "f. n e r c . ''„
                                                                              be a                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      »
                                                                                     night.                                                                                                                                of labor strife against members William M Shannon,' Belleville,
 cation therefor, will decide'K r f a l relief to her.                                    CljJCAGO — Rain, snow and                                                                                                        of the Suburban Wholesalers As- and a sister, Mrs. Kathleen In World War II, Dr. Estrin
 against a club use at that loca-.                                                   gusty winds dampened and                                                                                                               sociation, Inc., distributors of Sohulze, Jersey City.                  entered the Army Medical Corps
                                                                                     chilled areas in the Mid-west and DUMONT GETS support from two Middletown Township newspapers and magazines in                                                                                                 at Fort Dix. He attained the rank
     Mr. Meyer's and the other                      IX-CYpOTt                        West today as cool weather con-                                                                                                        New York and the suburban MRS. ROSAUE PLEASANTS of Captain while serving as ship's
 plaintiffs claim that building en                       "
                                                            (Continued)             |tinued across wide sections in Republican Executive Committee members, who are areas.                                                                                                                          srgeon aboard a troop carrier
 sivim club on Riverdale Ave.                                                         the northern two-thirds of the heading Volunteers for Dumont for Governor in the                                                                                             WYNNEWOOD, P a . — Mrs in the Pacific off New Guinea. He
                                       ;                                                                                                                                                                                        On trial are: William Walsh
 would result in 'distortion ol a MfS. Carlson, out of teaching for | country'                                                                                                                                                                                  Rosalie Pleasants, 57, of this also was decorated by Norway
                                                                                                                                     county. Sen. Wayne Dumont, left, i« pictured with 17 Hillcrest Rd., Hazlet, N.J.: place, formerly of Marlboro, N J for service with the forces that
 fine residential area of our the past two years has 25 years! M o s t ] y f a j r                            ther prevailed                                                                                                Sam Feldman,. Yonkers; Stanley
 borough."                                 experience and if placed on guide j n o t h / r r e g i o n s _ w i ( h s u r n m e r .
                                                                                                                                     George R. Hoffmire, a district 22 committee member.                                         Lehman, Flushing; John Law died yesterday in the Hospital of liberated that country.
     The group's statement con-; would be receiving approximately                                                                                                                                                           rencc, Jr., Long Island City; An the Universitv of Pennsylvania Dr. Estrin was a member of
           - -g -- -              -      "7,000 as her salary.                        like temperatures in many parts The other member is Mrs. Joseph Farrell, district 5.
taincd the following excerpts from                                                    of the Southwest.                                                                                                                       ;elo Lospinuso, Richmond Hill after a long illness.                   Monmouth Chapter, ^Disabled
 a letter from the five property               "A bargain" remarked Mrs. J. Rain and snow pelted sections                                                                                                                   Queens; Rocco Fello, Westbury, Among her survivors is her American War Veterans? and Post
 a letter from the five property
 owners on Riverdale Ave. to thei Willis Lewis. Mrs. John A. Pote of Colorado from the Continental                            Volunteers                                                                                    L.I.; William Fello, Jackson husband, Dr. Edward M. Pleas 25, Jewish War Veterans, both of
 ma yor and council which brought! stated i n she nwas the best teacher Divide eastward and nearby sec-
 about the new restrictive ordi-i'
        Hit                                   h i i      hl
                                                            6 school."               , i o n s o f Kansas and New Mexico.
                                                                                                                              For Dumont                                          Births                                    Heights, Queens; Charles Gor- ants, clinical psychiatrist at the Asbury Park: the Compensation
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            don, Bronx; and the Bi-County Hospital of the University ol Penn Association of New Jersey and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            News Corp., Westbury.
 nance:                                        More than half of Mrs. Carl- S n o w d e p t h s w e r e o n e «, f o u r                                                                                                                                        sylvania and a former member Monmouth Chapter, American
     "It has been the plaintiffs' posi-     son's teaching years were in t h e | i n c h e s ;„ C o l o r a d o w i n d s w e r e                                                                                               Originally, 11 individuals were of the staff at Marlboro State Medical Association.
                                                                                                                                                                             Monmouth Medical Center
 tion from the outset that the              Keyport system.                                               s
                                                                                        clocked at 40 m.p.h. in western
 ordinance adopted to allow recre- Resignations w e r e accepted|Kansas, carrying dust into the
                                                                                                                              Organize                                     Mr. and Mrs. Fernando Trova- indicted June 23, 1959. Last No- Hospital.
                                                                                                                                                                       to, 306 Clifton Ave., Long vember Irving Bitz. of King;
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Surviving, beside his parents,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Services will be held Friday are his wife Elaine Golenback
 ational facilities is unfair to the from Mrs. Ruth A. Schlosberg| a i r i n t o t h e c e n t r a , p a r t o f t h e                MIDDLETOWN — George R. Branch, son, this morning.                                      Point, L.I,, was sentenced to fivi at 2 p.m. in the Ardmore, Pa. Estrin; a son, Jonathan, 5, and
 owners of residential property. and Mrs. Katherine R. Johnson, s jate                                                             Hoffmire of 234 Hamiltonian Dr., Mr. and Mrs. Paul Falcone, 66 years in prison after pleading Presbyterian Church.                                                a daughter, Margot, a student at
 We contend this is so because the high school teachers, effective -n l e feezing belt covered most has been named by State Sen. •opular Rd., West Long Branch, guilty. Harry Waltier, former busi-                                                                                                  New York University, and a
 procedures set forth in that ordi- he end of this school term.                        o f t r , e Dakotas, Montana, Wyom- Wayne Dumont of Warren County, son, yesterday.                                                    ness agent of the union, pleaded         GROVER C. GORDON               brother, Gerald, West Orange.
                                                          Nurse Resigns              j j n g a n c j northwestern Minnesota a candidate for the Republican Mr. and Mrs. William B. Al- guilty yesterday and a defense
 nance do not afford due process                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   NEW SHREWSBURY — Grov- Services will be held at 2:30
 to them in the matter of weighing             The resignation of Mrs. Edward | a s w e i | j n sections of the North- nomination for governor in the lert, 717 Central Ave., Union motion for a mistrial was granted er C. Gordon, 70, of 61 Cherry o'clock this afternoon from the
 the conflict which we feel arises Farry as school nurse was a c - | e a s t a n d i n t n e Lake Superior- April IS primary election, to be Beach, daughter, yesterday.                                                     and a new trial begun today. St., died yesterday in Marlboro Bodine Funeral Home, 1007 Bangs
 on the occasion of the intrusion cepted with regret. Mrs. Farry j northern Lake Michigan region, chairman of Monmouth County Mr. and Mrs. John T. Brock-                                                                                                        State Hospital.                     Ave., Asbtiry Park, with Rabbi
 of a recreational use into a resi- has held this position for almost j Outside the frosty areas, tem- Volunteers for Dumont for Gov well, 125 Wallace St.. Red Bank,                                                                                                                                Alexander Friedman officiating.
 dential zone, Plaintiffs 17 years.                                         j peratures were in the 40 to 60- de- ernor ±
  ways felt that the Board of Ad- —Mr.— Hartzler -recommended]gre<> range in~lhe~S5utnvvest and Mr. Hoffmire, a lifelong resi- Mr. and Mrs. Fergus Clancy,
                                                                                                                                                                       daughter, ..yesterday.                      Highway                                         Surviving are his wife, Mrs Burial will be in Beth Israel
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Ellen Gordon; two sons, John R. Cemetery, Woodbrldge."                 —
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          (Continued)            Gordon and Lester A. Gordon,
  justment is the proper forum for Mrs. Isabella Bedle. Keyport, as j South Central areas and in the dent of Middletown, is Republican 15 Spring Lake Ave., Oceanport,
  such "special exceptions" and school nurse, but tfie board de-|70s in the Southwest desert re- county committeeman from dis- daughter, Monday.                                                                             hurst, and, further west o v e r both of this place; two daugh-                   JOHN RENALS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 ters, Mrs. Rose McKenzie and
  that an ordinance patterned after layed action until next month, igion.                                                          trict 22 here.                          Mr. and Mrs. Michael Gleason, small portions of the area in the Mrs. Constance Brown, both of ELBERON — John Renals, 68,
  the type of ordinance found in               The board approved a $200 in-1 The mercury reached 104 yes-                                                                                                                   Allentown and Cream Ridge, sec-
                                                                                                                                      Mr. Hoffmire said: "The Mon- 9 Cortland Dr., Hazlet, son, yes- tions of Monmouth County. Rt. San Diego, Calif.; two sisters, of 888 Ocean Ave., died Monday
  the "Tullo" case would not be crement for high school depart- terday in Imperial, Calif., while mouth County Volunteers for Du- terday.                                                                                                                                                            in Monmouth Medical Center aft-
  objectionable. Under ordinances ments heads and extra salary for,in contrast, the day's high in                                                                                                                            38 runs a short distance from Mrs. Joseph Brito and Mrs
                                                                                                                                   mont' has been formed for a Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Ziolkow- Belmar west to the parkway and Sprigue B. Williams, both of Rei er a long illness.
  of the Tullo type (which are coaching and extra-curricular Minot, N. D., was 32—freezing,                                                                            ski, 202 First St., Keyport, daugh- Rt. 34 in Monmouth County.                            Bank, and five grandchildren.         He was born in Italy, son of
  clearly provided for by the Stat- duties                                                 Some eariy morning reports: strong final drive in the last two
                                                                                                                                                                        ter, yesterday.                                                                            The funeral will be Saturday a the late Vincent and Julia Ren-
  utes), not only the plaintiffs in Stanley SdiulU voted against New York 43, cloudy; Chicago weeks of the campaign. It is my Mr. and Mrs. Raymond, Santos, Mr. Palmer agreed that to 2 p.m. in the F. Leon Harris als, and had lived in this coun-
                                                                                                                                             that an organizational
  this case, but any other property a $"5 item for bowling'ns'.ructor, 145, cloudy; Boston 38. clear; belief                                                            520 Front St., Union Beach,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             make the two highways a "joint                                          try 53 years. He had lived 37
  owners hereafter would be af- not included in the budget." Mr. | Washington 43, clear; Atlanta 46, battle has developed between daughter, yesterday.                                                                       project" would be agreeable. Funeral Home, Red Bank. Burial years in this city. Mr. Renals
  forded an opportunity to object           Schultz said "I don't want any clear; Miami 55, clear; Louis- Mitchell and Jones and that a                                                                                      Under his plan, and a suggestion will be in White Ridge Cemetery. was a retired gardener.
                                                                                                                                                                            Mr. and Mrs. John Madigan,
  and to submit evidence before the repercussions from the taxpay- ville 47, cloudy; Detroit 33, small primary vote will be an 35 Winchester Dr., Eatontown, by Assemblyman Clifton T. Bark-                                                                                                            Surviving are his' wife, Mrs.
  Board of Adjustment acting as ers."                                                   cloudy; St. Louis 48, partly organization vote.                                                                                      alow (R-Mon.). Rt. 38 would join Smith and with the backing of Anna Scarpino Renals; a son,
                                                                                                                                                                       daughter, yesterday.
  a quasi-judicial body on the issue In other action the board set cloudy: Minneapolis 38, cloudy; "However, we a r e working to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Smith, Rt. 37 and then continue as a the Monmouth County board.                                                                                John Renals, Jr., of "Eatontown;
  of the harm to their property in- April 6 (Thursday) to meet with Kansas City 50, cloudy; Denver turn out a large vote in the true 25 Clifton Ave., Long Branch, joint issued to the Trenton area. Also present were Feeholders a daughter, Mrs. Vincent Urgo
  terests that might result by the sending district boards of edu- 29, cloudy: Dallas 66, clear; Phoe- spirit of a primary election and son, yesterday.                                                                          Edward L. Mount, Mercer Walton Sherman, Earl Woolley of this city; a brother and a sis-
  allowance of the clashing recrea- cation to discuss mutual prob- nix 77, clear; Seattle 42, ,clear; let the people make their own Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Nass, County engineer, also agreed with and Abram D. Voorhees, Mon- ter, living in Italy, and four
  tional use. We contend that the lems.                                                 San Francisco 57, clear; Los An- choice. We do not believe that the
                                                                                                                                                                        72 Monmouth Blvd., Oceanport, the proposals, noting that his mouth.. County, and Freeholder grandchildren.
  ordinance presently in effect does Gave permission for the high|geles 56, rain; Anchorage 40, voters should be dictated to from daughter, yesterday.                                                                       county also is seeking through Robert J , Miller, Ocean County, The funeral will be Friday at
  not allow for such a determina- school band to participate in the cloudy; Honolulu 70, clear.                                    either the county, the state or the
                                                                                                                                                                            Mr. and Mrs. Edward Runge, roads to the shore areas.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Assemblyman William T. Hier- 10 a. m. in the Damiano Funeral
  tion, does not have standards of local Memorial Day program.                                                                     national level. It is our belief                                                                                          it ing, Ocean County; State Sen. Home, Long Branch. Rev. George
  this nature, and, we feel certain Granted permission to the Key-                                                                 that a large vote will favor Sena
                                                                                                                                                                        126 Harrison Ave., Fair Haven,                                  Another Meeting
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Mr. Palmer, at Mr. Beadles- Richard R. Stout (R-Mon): Mon- Albano, pastor of Holy Trinity
  the court would agree with us on port Youth Athletic League to
  that score. As previously advised, use the. high school diamond
                                                                                       Plane                                       tor Dumont.
                                                                                                                                       'This is an organization of reg
                                                                                                                                                                        son, this morning.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             ton's suggestion, said he would mouth County Engineer H. Le- Catholic Church, will officiate.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             confer with parkway and turn- roy .Martin, and planning director Burial will be in Mt. Carmel
  we are prepared to submit the for the Babe Ruth League on                                           (Continued)
                                                                                                                                   ular Republicans and independ-                                                            pike officials on the proposal of Charles Pike.                         Cemetery.          - ,
  testimony of zoning expert, Suss-         Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri- tor, brought the ill-fated airplane ents who are convinced that
  na. on these as well as other days in June, July and August. here last Saturday from Fort Wayne Dumont Is the best quali-
                                            Granted use of the high school Rucker where he is on perma- fied man in ,the state to be its
                                                                                                                                                                         Congo                                               a limited access road between
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             the two toll roads as ipart of , TWO DRIVERS FINED                                 DEATH NOTICE
  points.                                                                                                                                                                               (Continued)                          the project.                                                                      D
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   SHREWSBURY — Mrs. Fran- ESTRCT 67 R SEYMOURD M ) on April     8,
                                            gym for 12-year basketball play- nent assignment and where he next governor. As governor he troops and a Belgian officer who                                                                                                                             4 1091.     Roield AV«..        . B»lov«<t
       "Therefore, it seems to us that offs April 11.                                   and his wife, Carol, reside.                                                                                                             He added that he would report ces Ayala, Pierce Ave., Eaton- devotffl (ather of Jonathan andEftrln.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     h'uiband of Elaine oolenbock
  an expensive six-day trial would Authorized use of the athletic Put Into production only re- will be objective and fair in his tried under cover of night to back at another luncheon meet- town, was fined $15 yesterday icot. son of LOUU and Sarah, Wednefriay                                  Gerald   Funeral icrvlcea
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    brother ot
  not make sense and would be an field July 9 by the Jersey Cy- cently, the eight-seater observa- treatment of business, labor and seize control of the field. The ing in 60 days and attempt to for careless driving, and Louis April 5 at 2:30 p.m. from the Bodln«
  economic loss to all concerned. clohes Drum and BuRle Corps tion plane was brought to Mon- agriculture, the three major seg- Katanga president made clear in bring turnpike and parkway rep- Torres, Spring Lake, was fined FMnernt Park withloffl Banjil e n n d r r                                        Home,                        k\t..

   Rather, we would suggest tfie fol- Granted the High School Moth- mouth for demonstration. Signal ments of our state's economy.                                       a statement that his purpose was resentatives to the meeting.                            $10 for no registration in his pos- Astmry                Rat*>i
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Friedman offlclatlnr. Interment Belli
  lowing:                                                                                                                             "Senator Dumont is familiar to prevent the arrival of Indian Yesterday's meeting was called session. Magistrate Whitney Cro- of noweri send eontrtbuuorm t» toHeart
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Urarl Cemetery, WoodDrtdte.            lieu
                                            er's Club use of the high school Corps officers were to decide                                                              UN troops, whose stationing ii at the suggestion of Freeholder well set the fines.
      "That an ordinance employing April 7 for • gymnastic show and whether it offered any advantage with the problems facing the                                                                                                                                                                    Fund.          .

  the 'special exception' procedure dance.                                              for use of signal equipment.               people of New Jersey because he Katanga he opposes because of
                                                                                                                                                                         Indian Prime Minister Nehru's
  outlined in the statutes and de- Gave permission to the Gram- The plane had been airborne has worked tirelessly on behalf of
                                                                                                                                                                         avowed opposition to Tshombe.
  signating the Board of Adjust- mar School PTA to use the Cen- only 10 minutes yesterday when all of the people of the state
  ment as the determining body be tral School on May 25 for a con-it crashed.                                                      during his 10 years' service in the As the mob fever mounted, the
  adopted.                                                                                                                         State Senate. He will not waste UN command in Elisabethville
                                             cert.                                         Edward I. Brown, Jr., 13, son
      "If the swimming club, o r any Gave permission to the Lions of the airport owner, and Wil the time or money of the people agreed to return the airport *
  other person, wishes to make an Chib to use the high school May liam Birdsall, 12, Sixth Ave., Bel-by having to learn the office of the joint control of Ka'anga po-
  application under the new ordi 16 and 17 for a variety show. ' mar, were playing on the field governor with 'on the job train lice and UN troops. But som
  nance, they would be free to do                                                                                                   ing.'                                4.000 Africans — many of them
                                                                                         about 40 feet from the runway.
  so                                                                                     The younger Brown said:                      "He is prepared to meet and armed with long-bladed panp
                                                                                                                                    deal with the tremendous re*pon knives—were already on the
       "It is to be understood specifi-
   cally, however, that the plaintiffs     Keansburg                                                      Rolled
                                                                                            "The plane had been doing sibilities of the governorship im
                                                                                                                                                                         march to the field.
   have not in any way by this                               (Continued)                 some stunts when it came in mediately upon 'assuming the of- The airport building wa
                                                                                                                                                                         stoned, several Swedes were in-
   settlement relinquished their right The company said it resented pretty low, maybe 300 feet up fice. In addition, he is a man
                                                                                                                                                                         jured pn the road to the airport
   to appear before the Board of Ad- the rumors and gossip over the and going 150 to 200 miles an who will stimulate the Republican
   justment and object to any appli- situation.                                          hour, and went into a roll.                party in this state with the much and about 60 UN personnel were
   cation that may be filed, whether                                                                                                needed forcefulness of youth and arrested, ridiculed and held for
                                                Officials said the mttter was "It was turning upside down                                                                periods ranging from 30 min-
   It be for the Buettner tract or discussed in public only because and trying to pull out and gain vigor. He will rebuild the Repub
                                                                                                                                                                         utes to five hours by Katanga
   otherwise. As you know, it is our it was brought to light in that altitude, but it couldn't and went Ilcan party and make it, once
                                                                                                                                                                         troops or police.
' belief that the Board of Adjust- manner.                                               into the ground off the runway again the party that represents
   ment, when it hears the evidence                                                      head-on.                                   the majority of the people of New An uneasy calm prevailed to-
                                                          Off Duty Work                                                                                                  day in downtown Elisabethville
   In connection with the Buettner Council will be met with the "There was a terrific Hast and Jersey.
. tract and the Swim Club's appli- borough manager and the police then a flash. Parts of the plane Mrs. Joseph Farrell of 154 Man before the Irish took over the
   cation therefor, will decide chief to discuss the results of were spread all over. The big or Pkwy., Lincroft, was named airport. Armed Katanga police
   against such a club use at that a probe into the alleged inci fire went out quickly hut there Mrs. Farrell is Re- patrolled the streets, whioh were
   location'.                                dent.                                       were little fires in the grass publican county committeewoman thronged with thousands of idle'
                                                                                                                                                                         Africans.                                          '
       "On the repeal of the existing Councilman Louis Collichio said and gravel over t few hundred from district 5.                                                        All shops in downtown Elisa-
   ordinance, the suit herein, will be that it was far better for counci feet."                                   )
                                                                                                                                                                         bethville continued to refuse to
  dismissed without costs in favoi to discuss the matter and order Young Edward's mother, Mrs.
  of any party against the other." an investigation than to allow Christine Brown, ^sald she saw
       Officers of the Riverdale Swim rumors to be circulated In the She crash from a window in the
                                                                                                                               Highlands                                 serve UN personnel, in obedi-
                                                                                                                                                                         ence to an order from Tshombe
                                                                                         administration building.                               (Continued)              yesterday. All water and elec-
  Club, whose application to the borough.
   Zoning Board will be heard next                                                          "It was flying low and I had Guiney, Jr., said the change tricity at UN headquarters was
                                                He said it was the duty of the                                                      are "necessary and beneficial to still out, and the local newspaper
   Wednesday, are Robert Billings, governing body to "spike the just started to say to some of"                                                           in special editions called on the
   president ; Norman Field, vice rumor if it is false," or take prop- the people here that it was aw- The new committees, with their population to back up Tshombe"s
  president; Russell Palumbo, sec- er action if the incident actually j fully, low, when—it happened. chairmen listed first, are: Po- demand yesterday for "general                                                     IN AMERICA'S BIGGEST,TOUGHEST 1961 ECONOMY CONTEST...
   retary, and Lloyd F. Peskoe and happened.                                                                        It
   Neil Spendiff, trustees.                                                              and then -4here was a terrific lice, Robert Diebold, Joseph Bol- sabotage" against the UN force.

                                                The governing body delayed noise and a great ball of fire, ger; streets, Mr. Diebold, Mr.
                                             action on a proposed amend- like an atom bomb might be ex- Guiney; garbage, Mr. Bolger,
                                             ment to the police code covering pected to look.
                                             off-duty employment of members "The fire trucks and ambu-
                                             of the department.
                                                                                                                                    Ernest Vaughan; public build-
                                                                                                                                    ings, Mr. Vaoghan, Herman
                                                                                                                                    Black; finance, Mr. Black, Mr.
                                                                                                                                                                                      SHERIFF'S 8AI.K
                                                                                                                                                                                    jit COURT OF NEW J E M E V
                                                                                                                                                                                   CHANCERY' DIVISION
                                                                                                                                                                                   MONMOUTH COUNTY
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Which mandrove Rambler?
                                                                                      ; lances got there quickly but it                                                     nM
                                                                                                                                    Guiney; beaches, Mr. Guiney, clailon. Bank Savlnrs an* the Slat
                                                                                                                                                                                              vlnrti         Tx)an Ai

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                                             he wanted more time to review j                           Blast Heard                  Mr. Vaughan; fire, Mr. Vaughan
                                             the proposal whioh would limit i Police said the blast could be Mr. Diebold; water and sewer- et By virtue of a writ of eiecutlon In
                                                                                                                                                                                    a corporation ot
                                                                                                                                                                                 Jer«ey, ' Pl«iiit'ifl"*+a. ' Fred
                                                                                                                                                                         Gill and Margaret c. Olll, h l i . w l f e .
                                                                                                                                                                              ala. Defendants.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    I n the most realistic test of all-around            And Ambassador V-8 by Rambler won
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   gasoline economy ever staged—the its Class, swept the first 8 places and 9
                                                                                                                                    age, Mr. Guiney, Mr. Diebold; the above mated action to me rlf-
 Under Study                                 fo certain periods, outside em- heard five to 15 miles nway.
                                             ployment by police personnel.
                                                  c said he
                                                                                                                                    parks and playgrounds, Mr. rected, I ahall expose for aale at pub.
                                                                                           The senior Mr. Brown said the Black, Mr. Bolger, and stree He vendue. at the Court Houiie In
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   NASCAR sanctioned 1961 Pure Oil Econ- of the first 10 spots.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   omy Trials at Daytona—Rambler won                     With speeds up to 65, and averaging
       SHREWSBURY TOWNSHIP — "                                 favored the proposal airplane had been "consumed' lights, Mr. Bolger and Mr. Black the BoroughNew Freehold. onCounty or
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Jerney,         Sronrtay,         three trophies, hclaby driver Les Viland more than 40 M.P.H., the winning Ram-
  The Township Committee last} provided the code s i l l e d outj in the fire. Mr. Hoffman said it                                                                       the lit day of Mav. 1D61, at 2 o'clock,
                                                                                                                                                                         P. M. Prevailing Time.                                    in the f>hoto above.
  night held for further study thejwlipn " polir-f-man mnld or could; was "disintegrated" by the blast, In other action council:                                            ALL Uiftt tract or parcel of land                                                                         bler American made 14 complete stops,
  question of whether to join t h e i n o t w ( i r k "'h''1" n f f <lutv.           j Others on the scene said the Authorized the issuance o and premlsen. hereinafter To» *•                               particularly
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       No other make won more than one shifted through the gears 15 times while
  New Shrewsbury library.                 :
                                                            Cop's Salary             i bodies of the two men were bad-
                                                                                                                                                                                                  In the
                                                                                                                                    temporary notes for $80,000 and dencrlben. situatethe County of ifon
                                                                                                                                                                         Middletown, In

       Mrs. Anne Swilek, township A n emergency appropriation! |y burned and partly dismem- $75,000, rqspectively. for the con- mouth and mateatof the Intersection of                              New Jeraey,                    award . . . most won none.                        circling the 3.7 mile course, and still
   clerk, said the total cos!, on a was introduced providing $.1.30(1 bored.                                                        struction of the new borough hall the northerly itlde of Alexander Drive                           Unlike other runs that put a premium averaged 26.86 miles per gallon!
  per capita basis, would be $673 <« cover part of the salary of Firemen stationed at the mili- and the municipal well. The noles Avenue and running thence (11 Bauth    and the westerly aide of Huhhard
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   on feather-footed driving, the Pure Oil
   a year.                                 , the new patrolman appointed to tary base at the airfield quickly will be payable to the Monmouth 6f> degrees northerly tide West Alexmd?r  K minutes                200 feet                                                               This is the second straight year Rambler
                                                                                                                                                                         along the                        of                        Economy Trials closely parallel your own won the Pure Oil Economy Trials.
       Also taken under study was a the force two weeks ac:ov                            doused the fire by spreading County National Bank in Septem- Drive to a point therein; thence »2i
  request by the Recreation Com ' An ordinance cbntroling park- foam over the area. William F. ber, 1961, at 3 per cent interest. North 20to degrees 05 minutes North    17ft feet      a point: thence (3i
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   everyday driving experience.
  mission to lease some land fronting on borough streets durinu Onden. 43, of 81 Lenison Ave.. Purchased a 1961 GMC dump 60 degrees 35 minutes East 200 feet                                                                                                                             Want more proof of Rambler value?
   thp Alfred Vail Mutual for dc-i snow storms also was introduced, Belford. crew chief, was injured truck from GMC General Sales Huhhard Avenue; t h e n e H S
                                                                                                                                                                              a point In the westerly stil
                                                                                                                                                                                  d Anue;           th
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   tile or
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          r            Every U.S.-built production car is eligi- Then see your Rambler dealer. You'll find
  vclopment of varied recreational The code would ban pcivate cars when he fell from a fire truck Inc., Bradley Beach, for J4.098. 20 d the westerly sideEast Hubbard    along
                                                                                                                                                                              degrees 05 mlnutea E
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 175 ffert         ble. None are arbitrarily barred, as in top gas economy is just part of your sav-
  facilities.                             : from the streets during snow re- while riding across the field.                                                              Avenue to the point or place of Be-                       some runs. In 1961, 145 cars representing ings. Rambler costs less to buy, is voted
      Tlie committee announced it'moval operations,                                        Mr. Ogden was flown by heli- Wesleynn Guild                                      Said premises being further Identi-                    all 5 U.S. makers competed.
  will purchase a ni-w police car The police department would be copter to Patterson Army Hos-                                                                           fied ei> being shown and let forth                                                                          most trouble-free by owners, has top re-
  for its department made up of! required to notify car owners pital, Fort Monmouth, where he Meets Wednesday
                                                                                                                                                                         on a survey entitled "Survey for GUI
                                                                                                                                                                         Construction Co.. Middletown Twp.,                            Rambler American Custom with over- sale value,
  one full-time and one part-time j to move the vehicles where snow was admitted. His condition to- EATONTOWN — Mrs. George prepared byCo. N. J.." Mitchell.l"^.3O\      Monmouth                        scale
                                                                                                                                                                                          Frsrik E.                 C. E.          drive beat them all to win the cherishec'             Rambler dealers sell twice as many com-
  policeman.                              [ removal work was to bo started dav was good.1                                           Wilde of New Shrewsbury wil A Surveyor. Red Bank. N. J.. dated
      An adjourned meeting will beilt would,then be up to the owner The Army exercised close su- present a sports clothes demon                                          May 13, 1909.
                                                                                                                                                                            Properly located at Uie northwesl
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Overall Winner Trophy and captured the pact cars per dealer as most other dealer
  held Tuesday at 8 p.m. to re-|to move the auto -Aithin an pervision of spectators attracted stration at 8 p.m. next Wednes- IntersectionAvenue, nlver Pla?a, Mlfl-     Huhhard
                                                                                                                                                                                         of Aleinnder Drive and                    Class 6 trophy in competition with Falcon, groups. So, you get a better deal . . . on
  ceive bids for an all-purpose hour. Failure to do so would re- to the field and blocked news day, in the Methodist Fellowship dletown Township, County of Mon-                                                                   Corvair, Lark and Tempest 4, In fact, it the best of the compacts. Rambler—world
  truck for the sewer and road dc-Uult in Hie vehicle being towrd nliotofiraphers from talcing pic- Hall, Wyckoff Rd., the showing mouth. approximate amount of tlin ludK- Tha
                                                                                                                                                                                   New Jersey.

  partments.                                 away and cost of towing would tures of the wreckage. Some am- is sponsored by the Wesleyan menl to he satisfied by ssUI ssie !«                                                       took the first 6 places and 8 of the first 10. standard of compact car excellence.
                                                                                                                                                                         !hfl sum nf IID.200.00 together with the
                                             be charged to the car owner. ateur cameramen reportedly got Guild.                                                          colts of thin Isle,
      No problem finding tenants                Council will meet again April to the scene before the military Mrs. Frank Osgood and Mrs                                            in.A K. WOIJCOTT. Slierlll.
  when you advertise The Register 20 instead of April 18, because clamped down and snapped some Frank Nine will be in charge of Parsons, Canxona, Blair A Smith,
                                                                                                                                                                            Dated March 21. l[)ft]
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        SEE YOUR RAMBLER DEALER-Drive the Recognized Economy King!
  way.—Advertisement.                        of the primary election.                   Pictures, however.                          refreshments.                          April S, 13, ID, 3«                        112.81
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 RED BANK REGISTER                  Wednesday, April 5,1961—S
      Successful Investing                                                                                                                                                                              Renewed                               A Big League Test
          Suggests 5 Growth Stocks                                                                                                                                                                      \>r Troop
          Priced Under $40 a Share                                                                                                                                                                     NAVESINK — Boy Scout Troop
                                                                                                                                                                                                    .07 held a charter renewal cere-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Put on Legislature
                                                                                                                                                                                                    nony last week in the library;                                               Here are the final legislative
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   By John Kolesar
                      By ROGER E. SPEAR                                                                                                                                                              nstitutional sponsor ot the troop.
                                                                                                                                                                                                        Monmouth Council's staff com       TRENTON (AP) — Fellow the                             SENATE
     Q) "You've recommended good petition                         in     semi-conductors,                                                                                                            nissioner Roy Smith presented ther day wanted to know why Most bills introduced: Dumont,
  growth stocks fairly often in ihares were simply bid up to un-                                                                                                                                     he new charter to troop com- tories about the legislature can't ; Crane, R-Union 74; Fox, D-
  your column, but most of them realistic heights last year. Long-                                                                                                                                    littee chairman Guerin Olivola, ie made as exciting as the stories
  teem pretty high-priced for my term prospects seem very fa-                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Issex 73; Cowgill, D-Camden, 52.
                                                                                                                                                                                                    who substituted for M i l t o n n the sports pages.
  pocketbook. How about some vorable, and I would hold thi                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Least bills introduced — Mathis
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Wright, institutional representa- My first reaction was, "This
  "cheaper" growth for me, prefer- good Stock.                                                                                                                                                      tive for the Navesink Library juy has never seen the legisla-                   Haines, D-Burlington, 10; Web-
  Jfr ^ ^ ^                   ably selling for (Mr. Spear can not answer al                                                                                                                           issociation.                                                              r, D-Cumberland, 21.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         ure in action."
        "^"^                  less than 40?" mall personally but will answe                                                                                                                              Mr. Smith, in presenting the But on second thought, maybe Most bills signed into law —
                              H. F.                 all questions possible in this col                                                                                                              charter, congratulated the troop ie had something. When things lumont 38; Fox 37; Crane, Cow-
                                 A) In today's umn.)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                1
                                                                                                                                                                                                    on its growth and commended its ;et a little dull in baseball, in- 1 26; Jones, R-Bergen, 23.
                              strong market,                                                                                                                                                        spirit of progress since its re erest shifts to such off-beat in- Least bills signed into law —
                                                                                                                                                                                                    activation a y^ar ago. Troop 107 'ormation as: What left-hander iaines 5; Kelly, D-Hudson, Math-
                                          Mrs. Norcross
                              this isn't too
                              easy. But here
                              are five situa-
                                                                                                                                                                                                     itarted with 15 scouts under the
                                                                                           REAL SCHOLARS — The Red Bank Elks again have made their selections for win- eadership of Scoutmaster George vill have the lowest earned-run Highest percentage of bills en-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 i. 6.                            i

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         iverage, will there be a new [Cted — Mathis .667; Hillery, .625;
                                          Is Elected By
                              tions, selling in
                              the 20's and
                                                                                           ners of their annual scholarship contest. Shown, left to right, are Patrick J. Vac- 31ack, Jr., and Assistant Scout- tome run record for right-handed
                                                                                           carelli, chairman of the lodgiiU-y^ujh activities committee, and Exalted Ruler Ed- naster Charles Collins. It now catchers in the national league, Most bills vetoed — Dumont 6;
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                .ynch, D-Middlesex, .526.
                              30's, which ap-                                                                                                                                                          as an enrollment of 28.
                              pear to haveFire Auxiliary
                              subs t a n t i a
                                                                                           mund H. Henlon, the cc-chairnian; along with first priie winner, Suianne Joan
                                                                                           Speart, Fair Haven; Robert Adolph Schulz, Jr., West Long Branch, second placer unction with the presentation.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           •hich team will win the most iandman, R-Cape May, 5.
                                                                                                                                                                                                         A family night was held in con- wtra-inning games?
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Most bills acted on — Dumont
  growth ahead of them.                                 ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS-Mrs                                                                                                                                                               In short, they turn to statistics. i5; Fox 49; Crane 45; Cowgill 33;
                                                                                                                                                                                                        The Flaming Arrow Patrol
     The first is Lytton Financial                  Theodore Norcross was elected in the boys' division; Louise Perley Coats, Little Silver, the second place girl, and lonor group for the month, led That's what the legislature needs: fones 33.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Batting averages.
   (OTC), a West Coast savings and president of the Ladies^Auxiiiarj Michael John Bartlett, Rurnson, another top winner. The group will receive bonds Jie opening ceremony.                                                                                                         Batting average (percentage of
  Joan holding holding company of the fire department at a meet- at the Elks' National Youth Day ceremonies at Memorial Field Saturday, April 29.                                                                                            Of course, while there is a lot lills acted on) — Hillery 1,000;
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Pins were awarded to Keith if running going on in the legisla-
  which is forging ahead nicely. ing last week in the fire house.                                                                                                                                    3aldwin, Lewis Boeckel, Eugene ure (particularly in gubernator-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    athis .890; Sandman .8tj7; Stout,
  The shares have acted well and She succeeds Mrs. Elbert Mason,                                                                                                                                                                                                                R-Monmouth, .806; Haines .800.
  should sell higher.
     Green Shoe (NYSE), recom- aid Merker, first vice president;
  mended here Dec. 2 at around
                                                                                 Rumson-Fair Haven Students
                                                        Others elected were Mrs. Don

                                                    Mrs. Calvin Steitz, second vie
                                                                                                                                                                                                     -uny, Dennis Heidel, Robert Kol- ial election years), there is really
                                                                                                                                                                                                      is, Michael Logan, Robert Logan, nothing resembling base hits and
                                                                                                                                                                                                       ames McNamara, Kenneth Oli- lome runs. But maybe there are Most bills introduced — Musto

                                                                                                                                                                                                    vola, John Pate, Harold Salenger, some parallels that will provide 109; Brady, D-Hudson, 89; Haus-
  22, has come up sharply but haspresident; Mrs. Ralph Bruder,
   plenty of headroom, in my opin- secretary; Mrs. K e n n e t h L.
   ion.                                             Smith, treasurer; Mrs. Raymon
     Ginn and Company (OTC), a Dwight, sergeant-at-arms, am
                                                                                 Capture Scholarship Awards                                                                                         Charles Scudder, James Smith, averages.
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Carl Dillon and Robert Kolas.
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Mr. Black received a seven
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Times at Bat
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             For instance, a bill introduced
                                                                                                                                                                                                        ear pin, and Mr. Collins a one is somewhat akin to a time
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                ;r, D-Hudson, 86.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Least bills introduced—Marry-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                att 3; Rutherfurd, R.Sussex, and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Marut and Evans, both R-Bergen,
  newcomer to the stock market, Mrs. Mason, chaplain.
                                                                                                                              ples in the under-developed na- golf for four years, and was the /ear pin.
   Is one of the oldest textbook Plans for the bus trip to New RED BANK— A Fair Haven                                                                                                                                                      iat.
                                                                                                                                                                  Casey football manager for three Kenneth Olivola was applaudec On that score, Assemblyman Most bills signed into law —
  publishers. Earnings have risen York City April 15 to see Broad- girl and a Rumson boy — both tions.
                                                                                                                                                                  years. He is a Sports Club mem for his receipt of the 100 pei William V. Musto, D-Hudson, i Hughes 18; Farrington, D-Mer-
  substantially, and the company way shows were completed. Th students at the Rumson-Fair Ha- She is the co-literary editor of
  has a strong competitive posi- trip is being held jointly witl ven Regional High School — have The Log yearbook and a mem-ber.                                                                     cent attendance pin.                the man who really takes hi cer, Hyland, D-Camden, Salsburg,
  tion in its field.                                 members of the auxiliary of th won top honors in the 1961 Elks
                                                                                                                              ber of the National Honor So- He belongs to the Forensii                   Colored films of winter camp cuts at the plate. In 1960, he in R-Atlantic. 12.
                                                                                          scholarship contest in this area.   ciety. Last June, she was a dele- League, the National Honor fo- ing at Forestburg, New York troduced 109 measures, almosl Least bills signed — Laufer 0;
     Avery Adhesive Products (OTC) Navesink Fire Company. Mrs.
  is the leading maker of self-ad- Grandin Chapman of the loca                              Each of them will receive a gate to the Girls' Citizeriship In- ciety and the Citizenship Com- which were filmed by Mr. Black, one-tenth of the 1,144 introduced six tied with 1.
                                                                                                                              stitute.                            mittee. He has been on the staf! were shown and narrated by himby all 81 members of the legisla- Highest percentage of bills
  hering labels and similar pro- auxiliary is in charge of arrange- $100 Saving Bond at the Elks
  ducts. Sales, profit margins, and ments. Those who plan to mak National Youth Day ceremonies Bob Schulz aspires to be an of the Red Bank Catholic High' and senior patrol leader James te.                                                                                    signed — Marryatt and Mrs. Hig-
  earnings have moved up steadily. the t"P " I " attend one of th< in Red Bank Saturday, April 29. electrical or architectural en- newspaper, The Signpost, for twi Black.                                                                    In the other league — the Sen
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                gins, R-Bergen, .667; Salsburg
      Spartans Industries (NYSE) is three shows, "Show Girl," "M;                           The two are Suzanne Joan gineer and said he hopes to gain years and also performed                           The troop committee (or 196: ate — Wayne Dumont, Jr., R .462.
~liraggressively-managed produc Fair Lady" or "Critics' Choice.' Spears, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. master's, degree, to further his                             school plays. He also has taken includes -Guerin Olivola, chai
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Warren, was the leader with 7! Most_bills vetoed - ^ Bateman,
   er and merchandiser of family They will have dinner at Ui Harry E. Spears, 910 River Rd., career. He has been an athlete, part in Monmouth County Youtli man, Paul Smith, Benjamin Kol bills and resolutions.                                                                 R-Somerset, Maraziti. R-Morris7
   wearing apparel. Its prospects White Turkey.                                           Fair Haven, and Michael John         active in basketball, baseball and Government Day for two years, as, Thomas McNamara, FranI                                                       Hauser, 6; Franklin, R-Morris, 5.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              The legislature's version of
  have been bettered by a recen                                                           Bartlett, son of Mr. and Mrs.
                                                        The past presidents' dinner wi Ernest J. Bartlett, 72 East River                                                                              Pate, William Dillon, Waltei base hit is passage of a measure, Most bills acted on — Muslo 37;
  entry into the growing discount
                                                     be held at Bahrs' Restauran Rd., Rumson.                           Today's Business Mirror                                                       Woods, Harold Salenger anc Dumont and Musto were the D'AIoia, D-Essex, 36; Hughes 34;
  •tore business.                                                                                                                                                                                     Frank Baldwin.                      league leaders in this category Hauser, Panaro, D-Mercer, 33.
                                                     Highlands, April 25.
      Q) "Last year I bought 100 Hostesses were Mrs. Catherim                                        Other Winners                                                                                                                        too, with 55 and 37 measures, re- Batting average — Marryatt
  •hares of Texas Instruments
  229. Why does this company show
  increases in sales and earnings
                                                    Balmer, Mrs. Ralph Bruder ani were Ann Louise Parley Coats,
                                                     Mrs. Chapman.
                                                                                            Placing second in the contest

                                                                                          daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. G.
                                                                                                                                New Statements                                                               Port                        spectively, getting passage by at I. O ; Higgins .890; Salsburg .731;
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         least one house.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              But when it comes to averages
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   'O O
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Matthews, D-Essex, .719.

  year after year, and yet the Attending besides hostesse! Coats, 30 Winfield Dr.,. Little Sil-                                         By SAM DAWSON             money policy plus the recession's
   stock acts poorly? Should I take were Mrs. Mason, Mrs. Norcross, ver, a student at Red Bank High NEW YORK (AP) — A new lessening of demand for long
   • loss?" W. Y.                                    Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Dwight, Mrs, S c h o o l , and Robert Adolph                                                term funds has sent yields from
                                                                                                                                                                                                           Monmouth                      Sen. Thomas J. Hillery, R-Mo
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          ris, was top man. He batted 1.000            GiitedChM
                                                     Algie Drinkwater, Mrs. Steitz, Schulz, Jr., of 56 Summers Ave. rush of profit and loss statements bonds down, so that banks are Fred Prior of Los Angele He submitted 24 measures am
      A) Don't give up the ship.
  Texas Instruments (NYSE) has
                                                     Mrs. George Curtis, Mrs. James West Long Branch, a senior at is on the way. And some of them getting less from this source ol Calif., spent the past two week! the Senate passed every one. O
  been temporarily affected by J. Egidio, Mrs. Elmer Gawlei Red Bank Catholic High School Wall Street bulls from time to
                                                                                                                              may shake the optimism of the investment. Mortgage rates now with Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Mu course, as Senate majority leadei                              Film Shown
                                                                                                                                                                  are softening, meaning still less zeteska.                             he was able to do a bit of urn
  price-cutting and increased com Mrs. Charles Hull, Mrs. Paul They will receive $25 30n|$.
                                                     Muir and Mrs. William McLaugh ITie winners were selected by a time.
                                                                                                                                                                  income for ttv; various institu-
                                                                                                                                 The early reports on industrial tions and individuals who are i          Mrs. Mary Sundago, Illino
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         piring on his own bills.                      For PTA
                                                                                          committee of judges including earnings in (he first months of this financial market.                                                                    1.000 Batting Average              EATONTOWN - Robert Chart-
  Hectic Day                                                                              John L. Montgomery, Monmouth this year have run strongly to
                                                                                          County welfare director, chair- earnings in the first months of
                                                                                                                                                                                                      Ave., celebrated her birthda;
                                                                                                                                                                                                      March 28, with friends.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              One other legislator had a 1.001 ier.guidance director, conducted

  Of Trading Train Ride
                                                                                                                                                                            Different Story                                              batting average — Assemblymar the program at last week's meet-
                                                                                          man; Jack A. Weinheimer, chief declines from the previous year. In the manufacturing sector ol                                                 Earl A. Marryatt, R-Bergen. Bui ing of the Parent-Teacher Associ-
                                                                                          probation officer for.tJie county, This could change as more re- the economy the profit story is                Donald Ambrose, Garrett PI he introduced only three meas- ation in Memorial School Audi-

             For Cubs                                                                     and William P. Gannon, the coun- port.                                  different one. Returns on tht       celebrated his brithday recently ures, less than any other legisla- torium.
                                                                                                                                                                                                      with his Barents, Mr. and Mrs tor. Two of them became law
  In Market                                                                               ty's second probation officer.         Even the banks are joining the sales dollar have been squeezec
                                                                                             Points were given on the basis parade. They have been able un for many months. This has                   Edward Ambrose, at a fami and one died in the Senate.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     He presented a film, "The
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Girted Child," after which a dis-
             Is Featured
     NEW YORK (AP) — Stock                                                                of scholastic ability, citizenship, til now to chalk up Steady in- fected net income after taxes fo;
  market trading shot past the 7- EATONTOWN — Cub Pack 57 personality, leadership, persever. creases in profits, contrary to theeven those companies whosi
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              A legislator who shepherds om cussion period was held.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          of his bills into law is a bit liki        Miss Patricia RoJirey, presi-
  mlilloi share mark yesterday for meeting in Memorial School too                         ance, resourcefulness, patriotism, downward trend that has plagued sales have risen. Some companies Girl Scout Troon 137 cave a J the batter who drives in a rui dent announced that election of
   the first time since Sept. 26, die form of a train ride in keep                        general worthiness and all-around so many of their industrial cus- have been hit twice—first, by de-llette Low World Friendsm'n oro- Dumont was the champ in thi officers will take place at the
  1955.                                                                                   ability.                             tomers during the year-long clining sales volume, and then by »ram Wednesday. March 29.                     field. Fifty-eight new laws las April 17 meeting. The slate of
                                                      ing with railroading, the them                A Mathematician            slide in business activity.        lower margins of returns on wha the Port Monmouth school. Mem year started Out with his nam officers submitted by the nomin-
      A total of 7.08 million shares for March.                                                                               :
  changed hands in a hectic ses- Parents received tickets for th Miss Spears, who is seeking a But at last declining interest                                     they did sell.                       bers of the Neighborhood Assocl on them. He just nipped Se ating committee includes Mrs.
  sion that pulled the ticker tape as trip at a booth constructed bj liberal arts education, plans to rates' have caught up with, the The cost squeeze on profits ation, leaders and two girls fror Donal C. Fox, D-Essex, who hai George Sauerwein, president; Col.
  much as 15 minutes behind the Den one, and tickets wer major in mathematics and says                                         banks. And the first reports for                                        each troop in the neiehborhood 57.                                         J. P. TouseJy, vice president;
                                                                                                                                                                  seems to have been the more po
  pace of trading:                                                                        she wants to go far in this field. the January-February-March tent factor over-all.                          were guests. The program was
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Assemblywoman Mildred Barrj Maj. .Frank Secan, recording sec-
                                                      punched at each stop along          She also intends to make a ser- quarter show a majority of the Sales of manufacturing corpora- arranged by the senior patrol. Hughes, D-Union, led her house
     The Dow Jones average of 30 way. Den two and three madi                                                                                                                                                                                                                      retary; Mrs. Charles R. Sutey,
                                                                                                                               financial institutions making less
   Industrial stocks made an at- the railroad signs and signal ious study of psychology and gen money than a year ago, despite tions went up $7.7 billion whi                                                                              introducing laws, with 18.             corresponding secretary, a n d
  tempt to surmount its recovery and a steam engine was built b; era! science, but said she definite- a modest increase in the volume profits were declining by $1                                        Miss Karen Green. 119 Wilsoi        Only one member of the legis-       Mrs. Walter V. Rudney, treasur-
  peak of 679.38 reached March 22. den four. Conductor and engineei ly wants to make mathematics fit of loans in many instances.                                   billion. The Securities and Ex Ave., of the senior Girl Scou lature went through the 1960 ses er.
  It came within a quarter point ol                                                       into her future career.                                                  change Commission and the Fed trooD, in collecting useH MI sion without getting his nami                          An open house also will be fea-
                                                      hats were worn by the cubs.
  the mark but receded to close a                                                            She is a member of the Na- Interest rates have fallen for eral Trade Commission repo                        lasses for an eye hospital        on a law — Assemblyman Isadoi tured at the April meeting, fol-
  678.73, up 1.14 for the day.                          Obaries Kautz, cubmaster, pr tional Honor Society, the History two reasons.                                sales at a record $345.7 billioi Hast Orange.
                                                      sented awards to Wiliam Zebrow Honor Society, the French Honor                                                                                                                       Laufer, D-Essex. Only one of his lowed b£ a gymnastic presenta-
     Steels, rubbers, utilities, chem-                                                                                                    Demand Down              and profits at $15.2 billion,                                            14 bills got through both houses tion by the boys and girls under
                                                     ski, TTiomas Stratton, Stephen Lu Society, and the French and Lat-
  icals, oils and tobaccos held to                                                                                                First, there has been a drop of A study of 2,034 manufacturin           Betty Ann Muzeteska. dauehte and Gov, Robert B. Meynei uTe direction of William Clark,
  the upside. Motors, aircrafts, pinski, Jim Cecero, David Roe in Clubs. She plays in the school over-all demand for loans spread companies by the First Nation of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Muzi vetoed it, an action akin to beinj physical education instructor.
  metals and rails declined. Elec buck, Billy White and Bill Gan band and served as art editor ~>f throughout the financial com- City Bank of New York report! teska. Camobell Ave.. celebrafj thrown out at the plate.
  tronics and drugs were mixed. falo.                                                     the Tower, the school's 1961 year- munity—for mortgages, instal- 1960 net income at $12,8 bullion, her tenth birthdav recently. Pres
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Half a dozen other lcgislatoi Quartermaster Croup
     Alleghany Corp, with a p^oxy Pack members will attend the book, and on the staff of the ment credit and long term debt against $13.8 billion for a decline ent were Mrs. Louis* CoMugh had only one new law to their
                                                     scout hobby show in Conventioi school newspaper, the Rumso
  fight stirring interest in Its                                                                                               for corporate expansion, as well of 4 per cent. This puts profit pei Atlantic Highlands; Fred Prior, names. Assemblyman Robert F. To Visit Fort- Friday
  •hares, led the list, up Vt at U% Hall Asbury Park May 6.                               nian, She also was active in hock- as the short term borrowing ot sales dollar at 5.4 cents in I960, U>s Angeles. Calff.; Mr. and Mrs.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Sabello, D-Hudson, was saved FORT MONMOUTH — Approx-
  on 941,100 shares, Fairbanks A committee meeting is plannec ey, basketball and bowling and isindustry from banks. In the against 5.8 cents in 1959. The av George Beck, Mr. and Mrs. Ar-
  Whitney,'off % to 14 on 212,000 for April 18 at the home of Mr a member of the committee for banks' case their customers often erage profit margin foi the yeai thur Johnston, Charles Prior. Jo from a shutout when the legisl imately 200 members and their
  •hares, was second and General and Mrs. Wilbur J. Rau, Meadow the Senior Prom .                                                                                                                                                         hire passed his resolution prc families of the New York Chap-
                                                                                                                              needed fewer short term loans 1947 through 1959 was 6.3 pe; anne Johnston, Martha Nelsoi claiming "Good Posture Week ter of the Quartermaster Associ-
  Telephone, off 1 at 30% on 123,000 brook Ave. Arrangements for th Mike Bartlett is also in quest to carry reduced stocks or to cent.                                                                and Vicky Muzeteska.
  was third.                                         April pack meeting will be made. of a liberal arts degree. He in- meet trimmed payrolls.                                                                                                 There are ways to build up ation will visit Fort Monmouth
                                                                                          tends to major in history or polit- Second, the money managers                                                                                  good batting average. One is th on Friday for a tour of Signal
     Yesterday's closing prices:                                                                                                                                                                          David Crosby, son of Mr. ancbunt and place-hit technique, fe Corps activities.
  ACF lnd          54       Int TelATel       60 H 15 at Fort Earn                        ical science. Beyond that, he said/ in Washington started months ago 5-Year Firemen's                      Mrs. Edward Crosby celebratec turing bills to validate fault} The group will visit the U. S.
  Adtma Ez
  Air Reduo
                           I-T-E Ckt Brk 20?;
                   72(4 Johni Man           C M First Aid Certificates
                                               9                                          he either wants to gain a mas- to ease the money market as a Pins Presented                                his sixth birthday Sunday. Pres deeds or some other special bill Army Signal Research and De-
  Alleg Cp                  Jonen 4 L        67',4                                        ter's degree that will place him weapon against recession (by
  Allet; Ul&                Joy M(f                     FORT MONMOUTH- F. Le in the field of foreign relations whatever name they may have UNION BEACH — John Day ent were Mrs. Maurice Crosby These , always get passed. Th velopment Laboratory; the U. S.
                                                     land Burt, Red Cross voluntee or become a lawyer and woA been calling it then.) This trend back and Kenneth Burkhardl Mr. and Mrs. William Crosb" »nc only threat is that Meyner ma; Army Signal School, and the As-
  Alleg Pw                  Kaiser           44T4
  Allied Ch                 Kennecott
  Aim Chd
   Alcoa           79
                            Koppera Sit
                            Krcige, RS              Instructor, issued certificates to for corporations or in labor chan- has continued under the new ad-were presented pins for five children of Lanehorne. Pa. Misi field one of them and throw
                                                                                                                                                                                                      .Toan-Colllns, Mr. and Mrs. W'l
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 tro Observation Center.
  Am Alrlln
  Am Brk Bh     5*          Kroger
                            Lfhigh CAN
                                              33% 15 members of the USASRDA fo nels.                                          ministration which wants long years' service at a meeting Mon lianj Etzkorn and children. M out on constitutional grounds.                                              9-317
  Am Can           to Leh Port C                     the successful completion of thi              Likes Peace Corps          term interest rates to fallto en- day night of the Union Gardens - i d Mrs. Robert Young and fam-                     Quick Eye Needed
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               SHERIFFS .NAI.K
  Am Cyan          46 .* Leh Val Imt
                   --                                standard first aid course la                                                                                 Fire Company.                                                               Another method of building v\ SLTKltlOR COURT OP NEW JERSEY
  Am MAFdy 112U Leh Val RR
                   20ft LOF olaaa •
                                     SI              month.
                                                                                            Miss Coats, this year's presi- courage recovery and economic                                                ly.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          the average is to have a Roo                      CHANCERY DIVISION
  Am Motor*
  Am Bmelt         61       Lib McNAL        50 '.4                                       dent of fced Bank High's Forensic growth, while short term rates Mr. Burkhardt, social commit-                                                                                                     MONMOUTH COUNTY
  Am Btd       14TW Ltgg A My
                                              13T1      Taking part were John A. Wan- League, and last year's recording hold firm.                                tee chairman, reported that plan!                                       knowledge of the strike zone. Th                   Dorkrt No. F JHS8-5J
  Am TeliTel 127»i Lukena Stl
                                                    kel and Casper S. Joslin, Leonar- secretary, is a budding anthro- Big city banks are now scaling are being completed for 'a socia                     David Crosby won $10 in ai requires a quick eye for spying                 Louis Q Montana, Plaintiff vs: 8am.
  Am Tob           77'i     Mack Trk         40                                                                                                                                                       Easter coloring contest last wee] bill someone else has introducer, uel O. Nervo, et all., Defendant!*
  Am Vlacoie *7% Martin Co                           do; Vincent J. Yedlin, Osiborne- pologist. Interested in President their interest charges on business to be held in the fire house Apr
  Amp Ino         ™         Merck                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    By           of an
                                                                                                                                                                                                      soonsored bv the Middletowi that has good prospects of be ecutionvirtuethe aboveallafl writ of ex-
  Anaconda        33 S Metro OM              61" ville; Ernest N. Beagles, Atlanti Kennedy's new Peace Corps, she loans upward from a base of i'/i 14. A fish dinner will be served.                                                                                                        In               Btaterl action to
                  73% Minn MAM               83! Highlands; Joseph W. Burket                                                                                                                          Shopping Center.                    coming a law.                          me directed. I nhall expoRo [or Bale
  Armco Bti
  Armour * Co 45>i Mo Pac A                  40                                           said she would like to join it per cent. A year ago the mini- He also said plans are being madi                                                                                        at public venduo, Bt the Court Ilouae
  Armst C   K     60        Mont Ward        31 •; Point Pleasant; Samuel D. Klein when her college days are over, mum charge was 5 per cent.                     for an anniversary party to bi                                              Some are easy to spot. All 2 In the Borough of Jersey, on County of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Monmouth. New                        Monday,
                  26H Nat Blsp
  Anhl Oil
  At) ReHn
  Avco Corp
                   ?*'i Nat Dairy
                  5<U Nat nistlll
                  20       Nat Oypa
                                                    feld, Farmingdale; John Gran using her knowledge to help peo- At the same time the easy held in the fire house April 22
                                                    Highland Park; Livius Dozier,
                                             60 Mi Eatontown; Earl P. Oefli, James
                                                                                                                                                                                                            Highlands                     senators had* their names on           the 17th day of April, 1H1. at 2
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          resolution congratulating the Bo; clock,' P.M. Prevailing Time.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Burough of Red Bank, Monmouth
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Mr. and Mrs. Orris D. Steel Scouts last year.
  Babcock ft W <3<4 Nnt Steel                8fl                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  County. N. J.
  Bald Lima       UTi, NY Central                   Parron and Pracido Ficarra, Ret                                                                                                                                                                                                  BEGINNING
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Each Assembly bill last yea: ;nter line of at a point where the
  Bait ft Oh 33*4           Nia M Pw                                                                                                                                                                  man. Highland Ave.. recent                                                                     Pearl street tntpraectn
  Bayuk C!ff      •"»» No Am Av               42"! Bank; Joel B. Daniels and Ben                                                                                                                                                                                                                 line of Oakland
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          had an average of 2.6 sponsors the center northerly along the Street;
  Belt A How 89            Nor Pac           UKi jamin Rappaport, Long Branch;                                                                                                                        visited Mrs. Steelman's oarent                                              thence (1)                             center
  Beth Steel
                  63U NwBt Alrlln
                  " " ' Norwich Ph
                                             20 >i
                                                     John Summers, Asbury Park                                                                                                                        Mr. and Mrs. Harry Watrou In the Senate an average of 2. of Pearl Streeta one hundred the nouth-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  ty-flve feel to     point where
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     and thlr-

  Boeing Air      42H Ohio Oil               43                                                                                                                                                       Fair Lawn.                          names were on each measure.            erly line ot Thomas Kclsey'a lot pro-
  Border)         62 K Outb Mar              25     Wendell R. Russell, Freehold, am                                                                                                                                                          Swinging for the fences is i jected westerly would Intersect the cpn-
                   40 »i Owens 111 01 101                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        ter line of Pearl Street; thence 12)
  Borg Warn
  Brnnwwicti               Pan A W Air 11)";
                                                     Elwood C. Blake, Shrewsbury.                                                                                                                                                         teresting for the spectators bu easterly elfhty-flve feet along the nrjuth-
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Mrs. Josephine Foster and hei
  Buckeye PI
                S*         Paxam Plct        7»?1L                                                                                                                                                                                         :t cuts down the average. Musi erlythe line of White Thomas formerly
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        line or the aatii
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 to                           land,
  Bucy Erie                Penney, JC          —
                                             38'i                                                                                                                                                    sister Mrs. Pauline Meyerherm
  Burl Inrf
  Caie, JI
  Cater Trao
                            Pa PwAI-t
                            Pa RR
                  12') Pepsi Cola
                            Phil El
                                             60 U
                                                          Market                                                                                                                                      of Tuckahoe, N. Y.. have openec
                                                                                                                                                                                                      their home on Highland Ave.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          tries for many a grand slam — Gray: thence the first course on a along
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          for instance, his resolution
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  parallel with
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    13) southerly
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  the westerly line of land of White,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  formerly Qray. one hundred and thir-

                  37       Pliill r e t                 NEW YORK (AP)—(USDA)—                                                                                                                                                             study the possibility of elimina ly-flve f>et lo the cpntcr of Oakland
  Chen A Oh       63'i Prt Steel             14'                                                                                                                                                                                           ing one house of the legislatun street; thence (41 westerly along ihB
  Chrysler        41       Pub Sv EAU 52 U Wholesale egg offerings mor                                                                                                                                    Mr. and Mrs. Gene Randall an                                            center lino of Oakland street eight-five
  Cities Bve               Pullman             — than ample. Demand quiet yester-                                                                                                                     children Gregory and Anrij              This results in n lot of strike feet to the place of Beginning. The
  Coca Cola                 Pure Oil         33 H                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 said Oakland Street being sixty feet In
  Colg Pnim                RCA               38     day.                                                                                                                                              Gibbsboro recently visited Mr: outs. Musto's resolution on a uni gage. This Is a purchase-money mort-
  Colum OAS
  Coml Bolv
                  33 Itepub 8tl 62 H New York spot quotations:
                           Reading Co        11
                                                                                                                                                                                                      Randall's parents. Mr. anrt M< cameral legislature has neve
  Con Ed la     • 3 * RevlonMet                       ' Mixed colors: Extras (47 lbs                                                                                                                  John X. White of Second St.         been out of committee.                     Helng commonly known and desig-
  Cont Can
  Corn Pd
                  4014 Rcyn Tob
                                                    min.) 34-35; Extras medium (4                                                                                                                                                             As a result, Musto hit only .3: nated Bnnk. New and 34 Oakland street.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          tut No. 32
                  !>2',fc Rob KultOD llflH                                                                                                                                                                                                 in getting action on his bill;            The approximate amount of the Judg-
  Crown Zell
  Cruc Stl
                  50% St Joa I^arl                  lbs. average) 32-33; smalls (35                                                                                                                       Mr. and Mrs. John Kwik ha                                                 xent tr> he satisfied hy said sale Is
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Sen. W. Steelman Mathis,
  Curtlsa Wf
  Pel A Huil
  pent Sup
                  mi 8t R e g P a p
                           Shell Oil
                  32» ainclnlr
                           Soars Roeb
                                                    lbs. average) 24-25; standards
                                                    J2'/5-33'/4;' checks 30-31.
                                                                                                                                                                                                        •eturned to their home on Fif
                                                                                                                                                                                                      St. after spending the winter a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Ocean, a real place hitter, put
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          only nine measures but eight
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  the sum of J13,000.00 together with IhB
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  costs of thin SMC.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Dated, March P, 1> 1 !G
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               1HA K. WOLCOTT, Sheriff.
  POUR Alrc
                             Imlth, AO
                                                        Whites: Extras (47 lbs. min.]                                                                                                                 ",ake Worth, Fla.                                                              Parsons, Oanzonn, nialr A
  Dow Chen.       73«i                                                                                                                                                                                                                    them got action and six becam
  Pu Pont       J11U                              i 34V&-36; extras medium (40 lbs.                                                                                                                                                                                                    Smith. Attys.
  Cuq Lt          M S Sou Pac                M S average)         33-33'/j; top quality                                                                                                                                                   law.                                    March 22, 29. April 5. 12
  En si KwT     11(»1 Hou Ity
                                          . « * (47 lbs. min.) 35V5 39; mediums
                                                                                                                                                                                                         The Parent-Teacher Assonintioi
  End John                 Sperry Rd
  Erie Lack         6     ,atd Brand        57 S                                                                                                                                                     of Our Ladv of PerpeluM He
      •sto                                            41 lbs. average) 33-34; smalls
                 <0'i Std Ofl NJ
                                 Oil Cal    50«                                                                                                                                                       School is holding a spring bazar
  Ford Mot
                            itud Pack
                                                    (36 lbs. average) 24-25.                                                                                                                          Saturday on the school ijrounds
  Gen Cigar
 Gen Pynnm                 Texaco           m',4        Browns: Extras (47 lbs. min.)                                                                                                                 starting at 10 a.m. In the event
 den Elec                  Tex o Prod       38      34^-36; top quality (47 lbs. min.)
                  «J4 Trans am Oil g" S4%-36'/4: mediums (41 lbs. aver-
 Gen Fdn         7BV- Textron
                                                                                                                                                                                                      of rain, it will be held in the
 Gen Motora                                 33(4
 Qen Pub tit                          or   128U                                                                                                                                                       school hall. •
 O TelASl                  Un Carbide               age) 33-34: smalls (36 lbs. aver-                                                                                                                     Mr. and Mrs. William Fuchs of
 Oen Tiro                  Un Pac           3 2 1 age) 26-27.
 Gillette       115*1      Unit Alrc
                           United Cp
                                                                                           BONNET TIME—Leave it to the women: Easter is the time for hats. The ones seen Cornwall St. marked their 39th
 Glen Aid
 doodrlch        SDK, US IJ tip s
                 M«i US Plywd
                                                               ENDS COURSE                 here are prize winners. Miss Midge Keator, Rumson, left, presents an award to Miss wedding anniversary Friday. Mrs.
 Grace A Co 58 V; US Rub                    54«4       HACKENSACK — Arthur A. Marie Kelso, maker of the most beautiful hat, and Mrs, Anthony L. McKim, Little Fuchs underwent surgery at the
 Ot AAP                    US Smelt
                           US Steel                 Filigno, a salesman at English                                                                                                                    Riverviow Hospital the same day.
 tjreyhound      21'4
 Oulf Oil        ••"•;* Van Al Stl
                          Walworlh          10'.
                                                    Agencies, Red Bank, has com- Silver, right one the Mrs. Mary Doherty for the most original hat, at the annual                                         Mrs. Katherine B. Johnson of
 Hummer Tap 31
 Here Pdr        01 ft Warn B Pio           00'. ileted a special basic retail sell-       Easter Bonnet Parade at the Monmouth County Welfare House. Miss Keator and Mrs. Linden Ave. has returned home                                           You don't have to have a charge account
 111 Cent        3S>4 We«t Un Tel           5414 ing course at Ford Motor Com-                                                                                                                         'rom Monmouth Medical Center,
 tnt Bua McH 694           Weste El         4314                                           McKinv, helped John L. Montgomery, Monmouth County welfare director, in the where she had been a patient due                                            to get on J . Kridel's mailing list.
 rat Harv     ' 30*; Whlta Mot              3Jt, pany's New York marketing in-
 Int Nick       <&\i Wool worth             87*;
                          Ynjst Eh A T 110 stitute here.
                                                                                           judging yftsterday. The parade was followed by music and refreshments.                                      to a fall in her home.
 Int Paper     33 H
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       he bill of sales. You will be
   4—Wednesday. April 5. lOfil

The World Today;
                                               RED/RA\K REGISTER             china, frustrated by the French!
                                                                          •;in his demands for freedom, led) CROSSWORD PUZZLE
                                                                           'his forces against them.
                                                                           I In the eight-year war that, fol- 1-Stopp«r
                                                                                                                                        ACROSS            (•Conducted
                                                                                                                                                                                   sama anas san
                                                                                                                                                                                   aaaa nana aaa
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Bicyclists May Find
                                                                                                                                                                                   Anwar ta Vtatarday'a Puult
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      given a slip as a receipt.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Return to the Direccion de
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       'ransito, Oficlan de Giros, four
                                                                           lowed the French forces suffered t-Strlku cut                                                                                                                                                               lays later, with the slip, and ob-

    Viet Nam Trouble                                                       [172,000 casualties, including « , -
                                                                           ]000 killed. France pumped $5 bil-
                                                                             lion into Indochina. The United 14-A « u t t
                                                                                                                                    •-Sink In
                                                                                                                                   IJ-Tlme (on* by 14<Kv«ryon«
                                                                                                                                                          I-Clty In
                                                                                                                                                                                   aanaaa as raasa
                                                                                                                                                                                   uaarauaraa as   It's Easier to Walk
                                                                                                                                                                                   BHEEJS-1 Q33H SQZS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       mn an Orden de Pago for the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        lates. Cost about $1.35,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Collect the license plates at the
       By JAMES MARLOW             ^ e d rush. While Laos has 2 mil- States added about another $2 bil-                                Ubbr.)
                                                                                                                                                         ll-Want                   an o@a nos as                     By THOMAS J. STONE             examination between 7 a.m. and indow of the Caja de Depositios,
   WASHINGTON, (AP) — The lion people. South Viet Nam has lion to help the French.                                                     at«d
                                                                                                                                                        Sl-Mounlaln                 saa ana BQUSII                LIMA, Peru (AP) — The Amer- 1 p.m.                                     irecclon de Transito.
 Jghting in Laos gels the head-; 10 million.                               '                    Split Up                           17-B«kor'»
                                                                                                                                                            petk la
                                                                                                                                                                                    333(80 SQBia   ataaf3 ican Society of Lima advises that                  Walt a Week                  Keep the original of the re-
                                                                                                                                       products.        JO-AncIent
 Ines in the Kennedy adminiStra-; If South Viet Nam goes, Laos; In the end the French caved in. ll-Approach                                                 (ir«ek city             sfsa M S naosHS he procedure for getting permis- Four days later return to one :eipt 60 as to pick up the Tar-_
 tion's effort to end the Red push should be a cinch for the Com-rAt the Geneva Conference of 1954 Il-Poker fciajc*.              40-Conafort           31-Ruioni                   aaa aaaa @ B H H
In Southeast Asia. Bat the much munists. peace or no peace.                !— m a i n l y between Britian, it-Charm
                                                                                                                                                        H-Under (pott.)'
                                                                                                                                                        14-Oanua of
                                                                                                                                                                                    mna oaas aaoa :ycleto own and operate a bl of the windowsrules the Seccion ina de Propiedad de Propiedad,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       here is simply this:         Brevetes for a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       eta de
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           from the Ofio'

less noticed trouble next doori Just five months ago, anti-Com-; France, Russia and Red China —                                    II-Mualcal               plant* (pi)                                           Fill out a form.called Solicitud Seven days later collect your ireccion de Transito.
                                                                                                                                       lnatrumanta      SS-Wonhlp              II-Babhlt       47-Cotif«derat*
in South Viet Nam is deep cause munist army officers revolted in j Indochina was split up.                                         M-CmplUl of          SC*MerooraQ-> -                            ganaral     de Brevete Cicllsta, which you license at the Seccion Brevetes. Have it signed by the Control
for concern.                        South Viet Nam. They said they j The Communists held the big- 30-Not* of acal*                     Lalvl*               duma               «-Ch!«f or »    18-Temporanr      btain from one of the-windows
   There Communnist yuerrilas were fed up with the restrictions igest part, with 77,000 square 11-Orga.n of
                                                                                                                                                        28-SchoolboolM            dan 18cot.)      bed                                                Then, fill out a registration dilitar, Estado Mayor General,
                                                                                                                                                        IS-Load                U-Roman d«.u 49-Ci? of duve      it the Seccion Brevetes, Direc-
ire rolling up assassinations in|imposed on the people by thejmiles and 12 million people — U-Long-pUed                                hMrtnt           1(-P»wla               U-Prlut'«       50-aoal-                                             form called Formulario Para In' 'aseo de la Republica 874, Lima.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                :ion de Transito, between 8:30
their terrorization of the country-government of Ngo Dinh Diemiwhat is now North Viet Nam.                                             fabric
                                                                                                                                                        ll-Dtrsatatloa            reatmenl     63-Gr«etlm                                           scripcion de Vehiculos Nuevos, That's all.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 .m. and 1 p.m. by presenting a which you obtain at one of the
Hide to undermine the American-;in his fight against the Commu- Laos, off on the edge of Indo- 31-Speclc                           35-N'«ar                                                                    request written on papet sellado. windows of the Caja de Deposi-
oacked government which is fannist guerrillas.                             jchina, was split off and given l i - F a p i r                                                                                         You, get the papel sellado from tos, Direccion d Transito. be-             FLY OLD GLORY
from completely solid.             : Diem was thrown out but got j independence                                                    17-At that p l a n                                                               Caja de Desposltos office a tween 9 a.m. and noon.
   Of the two — Laos and South back within 24 hours with the> The anti-Corhmunist govern- lltAuilUary                                                                                                                                                                                    Beautiful, new, 50-Star U. S.
                                                                                                                                                                                                               ;h e Direccion de Transito.
Viet Nam — the latter is more help of army forces loyal to him.,ment of Diem, who took over <t-Tb« aw««uop                                                            l»                   »7                                                         Attach original bill of sales of Flag, 5'x3', washable Poly-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        'Simple' Procedure                                               ethylene, $1.69. Check or M.O.,
important in the American gov- Among other things, the revolu-jwhat was left, got South Viet U-Rlver In                                                                                                                                             the bicycle, or if second-hand, a Enterprises, Box 641, Red
ernment's hope of stopping the|tionists complained he had set urj:Nam with its 50,000 square miles. 4<-Rent                                                                                                        Send the request to the direc receipt from the shop or seller. Bank.
                _               - ^ a f am j]y dictatorship.               [For years he had his hands full 4<-Piaca In Una                                                                                2ft  or general de transito.               Hand in the completed form and
                                                Can't Cope                   to subdue the different South ll-SIgn of                                                                                              Attach four front-view photo-
                                                                            Viet Namese groups which op-                               zodiac                                                                    raphs and one side view.
       FAMILY                         The basic cause for the „. , posed him.
                                                               resent-                                                             tt-Rlver In

                                                                                                                                       France                                                                      Attach seven soles (28 U. S.
                                    ment at the time was Diems. A f ( e r ( h e ,                              bu b
                                    inability to cope with the guerril-. C Q m m u n i s t g u e r r i U a s ^ '
                                                                                                                                   li-Mcaaur* of
                                                                                                                                       weight                                  i                                ;ents) worth of governmen
    BARGAIN STORE !af,^W, , t e " ? " z c d P c ,f a n ! 5 '| infiltrate from North Viet Nam.                                      55-llmna
                                                                                                                                                                                                                itamps obtainable at the Caja de
                                                                                                                                   SC-Locatlona                                                                Depositos, Direccion de Transito.
                                    killed local militia and officials,                  g
     (Used Clothing) The population was caught be-w axrh t^ e h r^e n c thh e i r t eight-year 87-Turf
                                                                                      h      F                      *omp'ara.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Attach an identification docu-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         32 BROAD ST.              SH 1-7500            RED BANK
                                                                                                                                      ' DOWN                                                                       ent such as a birth certificate.
     224 Shrewsbury Ave.            tween Communist terror and gov-1t W e l y m t ] c h e I p B f r o m \ i e t                                                                                                                                                     Dolly & Sot,, 8 A.M. . 6 P.M.
                                    eminent reprisals.                     ! Namese. French officers told                           1-Houa«bold                                                                    Have the completed form
             Red Bank                                                                                                                  pet                                                                       tamped by the license offices
                                      An example given by an Assoc.-| A m e r i ( . a n                  (ers ,h               w    S-Mohamma-                                                                                                                      Wed. & Fri.. 8 A.M. . 9 P.M.
                                                                                                                                       dan                                                                       nd go to the Hospital de Policia
                                    ated Press correspondent l a s t j c o u n t o n Q n , a b o ,„ £ c e n t                          commander
                                    November was this: T h e a r m y i o f , h e ^ ^ ^                                 ^            t-lluntlng d o (                                                           In Avenida Brazil for a medica
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Time Is her* for
  MEN'S $
                                    would direct mortar fire at areas) A , t h e , t a r t o f ^ , n d o c n i n a S-Turn lnatda                                                                                                                                                            Frown's Famous
                                                                                                                                                              Diatr. b j Unlud Ftatura Sjndkiu, Inc.               Ken Chapman of Sarasota, Fla.,
                                    where guerrillas were supposed; war L                                 ^ Ap                         out
  SUITS                                                                                        M
                                    to be opera ing. The sriells| said: "in h u n d r e d s o f thousands
                                    dropped on villages as well a s y m u d c a k e d | s t r a w . t h a t c h e c | v l l .
                                                                                                                                                                                                               is back for his final season with
                                                                                                                                                                                                               Alabama's baseball team. The
                                                                                                                                                                            Goldstein, Kathie Kurtz, Timmy mitfielder hit .403 to lead the                                       Sleep Later
                                      Diem promised reform but the i n (                  i n j(h          h                d
                                                                         - ,, a g e s o f I n d o c h f n a t n e r e i s ljttle                                             Wimand, Richard Eisenhart, Da- I960 team.
                                                                                                                                                                             vid Stansfield, James Hatfield                                                                     Window Shades
                                    Red guerrillas keep i n f i l t r a t u i g ^ . ^ f o r i n d e p e n d e n c e .
  DRESSES                             For 80 years the French held]                             Apathetic                            New members accepted into and Jay Shiehan,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Bring in your rollers.
                                                                                                                                  lincroft Presbyterian Church at                                                 .The University of Alabama
                                    Indochina as a colony including, . , T h e                     £ „
     Open Mon. thru Sat.                                                                                                          a reception of members and A family dinner party was held baseball team includes pitcher

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                1.59 * •
                                    Laos. In 1346 Ho Ch. Minh, Com- | T h d o n ^ t ^ ,                               w £t h                                                                                   Harvey Diraich, a 23-year-old
                                    munist leader in northern Indo- . R ^ dn a g w a v e s o v e r ( t h e m ) „ Communion service last Thurs- in tiie home of Mr. and Mrs.
                                                                                                                                  day were Miss Dorodiy Anken, Glenn Richards on Sunday, also sophomore from Bridgton, Maine.
                                                                            the bannners of democracy."

    New in
                                                                                                                                  Rose St.; Miss Diane Dufford,
                                                                                And eight years later, when Dogwood La.;. John Boots, Pine in cefebration of Janie, Richards'
                                                                            half of Indochina was lost to                                                                    third birthday. Present were Mr.           BANKRUPTCY
                                                                                                                                  St., and Jeffrey Mangel, New- and Mrs. John Wilson ahd.sons                                                                 100.FT.               Aluminum Comb.
                                                                            Communism, Secretary of State
                                                                                                                                  man Springs Rd. Also Mrs. David and' Alex, Mr. and Mrs                                   STOCK
                                                                            Dulles noted that the French
                                                                             fight against-Communism still                        Ruthe Locke, Greentree Ter., Alfred Richards of North Arling-                                                   Clothes                       Storm and Screen Door
                                                                            didn't have broad backing. He communicants' class, by profes- ton, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Rich-                                   SALE!                                   Line                                    Full 1 " Thick

  Eatontown                                                                  tried to draw a lesson from it, sion of faith; Mr. and Mrs. Lee ards and children, Cheryl. Scott
                                                                                                                                  Schneider, Lindy La., by reaf- Greg and Donna of Preakness.                                                                                     Complete - Nothing extra

                                                                             and he said:                                                                                                                                 Now Going On

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         .00                                   to buy.
                                                                                                                                  firmation of faith, and Mrs.
                                                                                "Resistance to communism Margaret Green, McLean St.,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      10 A.M. to 10 P.M.

                                                                             needs popular support and this
                                                                                                                                  Mr. and Mrs. John Kay, Leeds- Mr. and Mrs. Rolland Mane]
                                                                                  turn means that the people                                                                 and son Jeffery of Newman                TOWN & COUNTRY
                                                                             should feel they are defending ville Dr.. and Mr. and Mrs. Alan Springs Rd. spent the w£elt-end
                                                                             their own national Institutions." Speck, Hill Rd., by letter of in Larchmont, N. Y., where they                                         FURNITURE CO., Inc.
                                                                                                                                  transfer.                                                                        ROUTE 36         ASBL'BY FARK                                            INSTALLED
                                                                                But the same story is being                                                                  visited Mrs. Mangel's mother               (Comer SaDlet Avenue>
                                                                             told now in Laos where the Ken-                                                                 Mrs. David Embury.
                                                                             nedy administration is trying to Brownie Troop 373 met last
                                                                             stop the drive of Northern Lao- week in Lincroft School. They
                                                                             tian Communists who — with decorated and filled Easter bas-
                                                                             the help of Russia and forces kets for the pediatric ward of
                                                                             from Viet Nam — are pushing Riverview Hospital. The gift bas-
                                                                             south.                                               kets and Easter cards, made by
                                                                                There, too, Associated Press the members, were presented to
                                                                                                                                                                        Better than Mother used to make
                                                                             newsmen have reported the same the hospital and were used to
                                                                            word — "apathy" — which Allen decorate the children's meal
                                                                            noted in the early days of thej trays. Brownies participating in
                                                                            Indochina fighting, plus this:                        the project were Deborah Nel-
                                                                                That a majority of the Lao-                       son,      Dona      Becht.      Beverley
                                                                            tians, instead of siding with the Bisehoff, Katherine Boots, Daryl
                                                                            Communists or the American - Harrison, Rachel Horsfall, Debra
                                                                            backed government there, just Kay, Karen Kowatch; Terry
                                                                            want to be neutral.                                   Leibowitz,     Ronnie         Leibowitz,
 Oldest and largest company                                                    BAPTIST NAME PONDERED ris, Gerri Schulman, Lisa Van
                                                                                                                                  Katherine Mahoneu, Tina Mor-
                                                                                NASHVILLE (AP)-A subcom- Doren and Margaret'Sietz.
   specializing in making                                                    mittee still is studying a pro-
                                                                             posal to change the name of the
                                                                                                                                     Col. and Mrs. W. L. Anken
 instalment loans—comes to                                                  Southern            Baptist           convention.
                                                                             When it will issue a report is and children, Dottie and Ronnie,
                                                                                                                                  of Rose St. spent the' week-end
 Monmouth Shopping Center                                                                                                         In New Haven, Conn., with Mr.
                                                                                                                                  and Mrs. F. W. Deming.

                                                                                                                    The Mother's Auxiliary of Boy
Borrow with confidence...                                                               "I'M LOOKING FOR
                                                                                                                  Scout Troop 110 met last week
                                                                                                                  in Hie home of Mrs. John Mul-
                                                                                                                  hern, Harvey Ave. Mrs. Oscar
                                                                                         a travel agent who can Brandow, president, led a dis-
look forthe HFC sign of                                                                  book me on a ship to     cussion on ways and means to
                                                                                                                  raise funds for the boys' trans-
                                                                                         the West Indies
prompt, courteous, trust-                                                                because my doctor
                                                                                                                  portation buses to camp. The
                                                                                                                 first project undertaken by the
                                                                                                                  auxiliary will be a plant sale
                                                                                         told me I should take April 29 and 30 in Uie shopping
worthy money service                                                                                             center. Mrs. John Boots ii chair-
                                                                                         the pills he prescribed man. Attending the meeting
                                                                                         in warm water...        were Mrs. Arnold Scruton, Mrs.
                                                                                                                 Robert Sietr, Mrs. George En-
                                                                                         and it's just too much gledrum, Mrs. Paul Moffler,
             LOANS UP TO *5OO                                                                                    Mrs. Less Moran, Mrs. Louis
                                                                                         trouble to fill up      Esposito, Mrs. Elisabeth Mono-
    We think you will like doing business with                                           the bath tub three      han, Mrs. Carl Rosen, Mrs. Rob-
                                                                                                                 ert Kurtr, Mrs. Earl Hallman.
    any one of these new offices of HFC—House-                                           times a day."           Mrs. George Krause, Mrs. John
    hold Finance. You arrange for your loan in                                                                   Kelly, Mrs. Chester Huminski,
                                                                                                                 Mrs. Ernest LJmann, Mrs. Wil-
    bright, cheerful surroundings. The HFC                                                                       liam Winkieman, Mrs. William
  , manager will give you the most helpful                                                                       Cunnane, Mrs. Russell Leahy,
                                                                                                                 Mrs. Rolland Manuel, Mrs. An-
    service possible. He's a specialist in mak-                                                                  drew J. Lennert, Mrs. Boots and
                                                                                                                 Mrs. Mulhern.
    ing instalment loans, and will handle your
    account with consideration and understand-                                                                         A meeting of the Lincroft 4-H
    ing not only when you make a loan, but all                                                                       Club will be held Tuesday, April
                                                                                                                     11, at 7:30 p.m. In the,fire house.
    along the line. In fact, HFC serves more
    than 2 million people like you every year—                                                                         Miss Karen Brownley of Mor-!
                                                                                                                     Kan State College, Baltimore,
    and two outof three new customers come to                                                                        Md., spent the Easter holidays
                                                                                                                     with her parents, Mi^, and Mrs.
    Household on the recommendation of                                                                               Milton Brownley of Newman
    friends. Visit one of HFC's new offices today .                                                                  Springs Rd.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  PHOTO BY COBRT
    or phone if more convenient.
                    CaSfcV MONIHIY f AYMINI PLANS
                                                                                                                       Mr. and Mrs. Jack Garner and
                                                                                                                     sons Douelas. Martin and Ste-
                                                                                                                     phen, of Syracuse, N. Y., spent
                                                                                                                                                                    Vegetables retain their nourishing goodness
                                      in     n       6                                                               the week-end with Mr. and Mrs.

                                                                                                                                                                                      FLAMELESS ELECTRIC
                                  fittmtr t>*JMtt p*ymtt                                                             E. Douglas Brandt of Marlu
                   SIM           $ 6.97 S 9.75 S18.15                                                                farm. Sunday guests were Mr.
                     20*           13.03 19.50 36.31                                                                 and Mrs. Donald Metgers of
                     300 516.77 20.C0 29.25 54\46                                                                    Utica, N. Y.
                     400   21.94 27.47 38.59 72.14
                   a SOB   26.77 :a.fa 47.62 89.53
                                                                                                                       Pegirv Brandt, daughter of Mr.

                    Houiihold'i thai [tit 2\-'i% P*r month on bat-                                                   and Mrs. E. Douelas Brandt,
                    *nciiof S300orUttandli of l%plt monfkon
                    that part ojthtbatanctintxc€}sojt300to $$OO.                                                     celebrated her 12th birthday
                                                                                                                     March 30 with a bowling psrty.                        Because little or no water is needed
                                                                                        LOOK HERE to find
                OUSEHOID FINANCE                                                        any travel need...             Janie Richards, daujrtiter of
                                                                                                                     Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Richards
                                                                                                                                                                           for surface cooking on a modern
                                                                                                                                                                           electric range, vegetables don't lose
                                                                                                 ^                   of Manor Pkwy,, celebrated her
                                                                                                                     third .birthday Friday with                           their vitamins down the drain
                    NEW EATONTOWN OFFICE
   Rt. 35, Monmouth Shopping Center
                                                                                          Yellow                     guests at her home. Decoration*
                                                                                                                     were In the Esster theme and
                                                                                                                     favors were yellow Easter gas-
                                                                                                                                                                           the way they did in mother's day.
                                                                                                                                                                           Then, too, since cooking units
                 Phone: Liberty 2-1340                                                    Pages                      kets. Attending were Nancy                            are in direct contact with pots
                                                                                                                                                                           and pans, little or no heat is lost
            Hours: Mon., Ties., Thur. 10 to (—Wed. t Fri. 10 to I P.M.                                                 MOTHER FOR DAUGHTER
                                                                                                                       NEW YORKi (AP)-A mother                             and there is precision control.
               Otfwr HFC of H « i In MIAflafawn A Aibitry Park                                                       ii replacing her daughter in the
     MIDDLETOWN-Middletown Shopping Center                                              SEE: Luggage,                hit play "The Miraole Worker"                        Cooking is easier, cleaner and
                                                                                        Steamship Companies,           Pro, a 6-year-old English tet-                     cooler the flameless way. So no
        1107 Highway 35 — OSborno 1-14OO                                                                             ter, got the role when her off-                                                                                                           •vy with miurano from your
                                                                                        Sporting Goods,              spring, Heather, aged 3, wai ai-                     matter how good a cook your                                                           lacai R*ddy Kilowatt Dtahr
         Hours: Mon., Tues., Wed. 9:30 to 5:30—Ihurj. I Fri. I t to 7 P.M.
                                                                                        Druggists &                  signed to go along with the pro-                     mother was, she would have been                                                        who dbplayt Hilt Mnbhm.
                                                                                                                     duction of the play being sent
 ASBURY P K - 7 1 0 Cookman Av.-PRospeet 5-2500                                         Pharmacists                  abroad by the state department,                      even better - and happier, too —
             Hours: Mon., Tues., Thur, Fri. 1 to 5 - W e d . 9 to B P.M.                                             Heather has been with the show                       with a new matchless, flameless                                       J L i J r & L i Jenej Catnl Power * LlgM>
                                                            l.icrnic Nor !C( 845 9<l>                                since it opened on Broadway It
                                                                                                                     months ago.                                          electric range.
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       Tb« Red Bank Rtglittr w u m u no fiaanelal rt«poo«lbl!!t!ti lor typographical «rrorf In adv«rtl«menti.
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      Thli nawapapar aatuata no rtfpoBllblMllei lor itatemenu of opinions la letters Irom Hi readers.                                                                                                                              The area is that of borrowing new
 ftubierlptloa prieas In Advase*                        On. rear US 00                          81s months. 18.00                                                                                                         Li money or refinancing loans already out-
 ai3j.'» ccti u eounur. T e m u                                                    Btrjcta copy by mall. 9 cants
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             standing—certainly a question of bread-
                                       WEDNESDAY, APRIL 8, 1991                                                                                                                                                              and-butter importance to millions of us
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             as middle-income individuals, small
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             businessmen, homebuyers, homeowners,
                                           School Plans                                                                                                                                                                       local government officials, e t c Here,
     In the interest of some relief for                  the architect. As the total cost o                                                                                                                         PORTER    therefore, is what "Mother Bell" is
 taxpayers from the rising costs of                      the building rises, so does the                                                                                                                                      now doing.
 education, more study should be                         amount of the architect's fee. In                                                                                                                            She is going to market and negotiating for the
 given to a suggestion that standard-                    cases of million dollar-plus buildings,                                                                                                                 replacement of hundreds of millions of dollars, of loans
 ized ' school construction plans be                     the fee can amount to more than                                                                                                                         taken out by the parent and her subsidiary corpora-
 filed with the state Department of                      $50,000.                                                                                                                                                tions at the highest interest rates in a generation dur-
 Education for use by local school                           The Shore Regional High School                                                                                                                      ing the "tight money" era of 1958-59. Through these
 districts.                                              Board of Education is using plans                                                                                                                       negotiations, she is substituting for old loans, new ones
                                                         for a school already built in South                                                                                                                     costing much less interest, and by so doing she is slash-
     Sen. Wayne Dumont suggests
                                                         Jersey for its school planned for oc                                                                                                                    ing her annual interest load.
 this would give boards of education
                                                         cupancy next year. The over-all sav
 an opportunity to choose from stand-                                                                                                                                                                                 A couple of weeks ago, for instance, one of Mother
                                                         ings to taxpayers in the school dis-
 ard plans, or hire an architect for                                                                                                                                                                             Bell's subsidiaries—Southern Bell Tel—sold a new issue
                                                         trict is several thousand dollars. II
 original drawings.                                                                                                                                                                                              of 4% per cent bonds to refund an old one carrying
                                                         it worked in West Long Branch, ii
     Included in the cost of any school                  can be made to work throughout the Poor                     Man's Philosopher;                                            Science                       a 5y2 per cent coupon. Right now another subsidiary,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 New England Tel, is getting set to replace a 5% per
 construction is a percentage fee for                    state.
                                                                                                                    The Leopoldville Story                                        At Work                        cent bond with a new one which probably will carry—
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 a coupon of 4VS per cent or less. Bell Tel of Pennsyl-
                                    Machines Are Best                                                                    By PETER GROSE for Hal Boyle
                                                                                                                                                                               By The Associated Press
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 vania will be doing the same thing with an issue of
                                                         sults are known quickly. The chance                                                               Slow-growing grass, a carbon                          5%s, and Mother Bel! herself is planning to follow
     Certainly in Monmouth County
                                                        of human error is lessened to a mini-       LEOPOLDVILLE, The Congo (AP) — The lates life clock, and submarine fishing                                   with a refunding of 5% per cent bonds.
  more than ample proof has been                                                                                                                        boats figure in the news of sci
  given of the high value of the ma-                    mum. This, particularly, is important story going the rounds of Leopoldville's cafes con- ence and technology:                          What is being done by the giant Telephone system
  chine way of voting. Weldon R.                         in either any major election or in cerns Alphonse, a Congolese houseboy struggling to Llfespan.                                   also is being arranged by other shrewdly managed cor-
                                                                                              support his wife and five children, sighing to his white
  Sheets, the Essex County supervisor                   one that is close on the local level employer:                                  -         ,
                                                                                                                                                           From new measurements, set porations, and what these corporations are doing you
 who is out seeking the Democratic                           Where Mr. Sheets appears to "go                                                            enlists of the National Bureau
                                                                                                    "Oh, patron, when is the 'independence' going of Standards conclude that radio- can do. too—with your outstanding loans or new bor-
 nomination for governor, has made                      out on the limb," however, is that to end?"                                                     active carbon-14 has a half-life rowings. Here are the reasons behind the actions:
                                                                                                                   '                       </
 a very reasonable wish—that 1961                       he says he wants a law enacted not
 be the last "gubernatorial year" in                                                                To the ordinary Congolese, the catchword "in- of 5,760 years-not 5,568.                     Reason No. 1: Since the 1960-61 recession began
                                                        only making use of voting machines dependence" once brought hope of a better, carefree This is Important because car- in the spring of last year, borrowing has become pro-
 which paper ballots are used any-                      in the state mandatory but by setting life. By now the word means unemployment, insecurity bon-14 is one of the most val gressively easier and perceptibly cheaper as well, this
 where in the state.                                    up "a revolving fund" to assist coun- and frustration.                                          uable tracer atoms and time
                                                                                                                                                        clocks on earth for estimating the has happened because, as business has slowed, the
     As of now, only Cape May, Cum-                     ties in purchase of the machines. He        After nine months in the dream world of inde- aga of archeologlcal specimens demand for money has dwindled and lenders,have
 berland, Gloucester, Hunterdon, Sa-                    would establish a sort of "easy pay" pendence, Congolese in Leopoldville realize the austere The radioactive carbon, cre- naturally shaved the price (interest cost) a bit; because
 lem, Sussex and Warren Counties                        plan.                                 and unexpected responsibilities they assumed when ated in the air by cosmic rays, to combat the recession, the Federal Reserve System
                                                                                                                                                        gets into every living thing
 continue the use of paper ballots.                         It would appear that most coun- they insisted on managing their own country.                plants, animals, and roan. After has been pumping credit into the banking system; be-
 Burlington has now accepted ma-                        ties would prefer to do their own                                                               death, no more is added through
                                                                                                    Bright yellow billboards are springing up around intake of food or air. So a mea- cause the Administration has been taking direct steps
 chines as have all the other 13 coun-                  budgeting without such a financial Leopoldville bearing words of encouragement to the sure of how much radioactive to force down borrowing costs'.
 ties. The practice should become                       tie to the state. If New Jersey be-, weary* Congolese in their own language:                    carbon a mummy or a pile of
                                                                                                                                                        wood ashes contains can tell how
 standard — not because individual                      comes a money lender for voting                                                                 old it is. The half-life is the         Reason No. 2: With signs of business upturn
                                                                                                        "If the politicians reach accord, .
 counties should lose any "home rule"                   machines, as sure as thunder it won't                                                           time it takes for half of any spreading, it is logical to expect that the decline in
 advantage of preference that it might                                                                  "If national unity is achieved,                 given starting amount of the
                                                        be long before Trenton is viewed as                                                             radioactive atoms to break most borrowing costs—except mortgage rates—from
 desire—but because of the common                       some sort of a hock shop for counties           "If tribal warfare can only cease,              down. With carbon-14, half of all here on will be exceedingly limited. And it is probable
 sense approach to elections and the                                                                                                                    the atoms in a specimen would
                                                        seeking "time buys" on a variety of             "Then wflj come the end to unemployment" decay or disappear in 5,760 that as business perks up, money will become not quite
 way they are handled.                                  things.                                                                                         years, and half of the remainder as easy to borrow, costs will stabilize and move up
                                                                                                    Only gradually is this once wealthy capital running in the next 5,760 years, and so slightly.
     Machines offer an almost fool-                         Most municipalities and counties down. Some of the outlying provinces are in chaos
 proof method of voting and, particu-                   are rather proud. We believe'that if but Leopoldville's daily life retains its hot and sleepy                                           Now to be specific, if you are a small businessman
 larly, of tallying total votes by dis-                 the rest of Jersey decides to turn routine.                                                        Fish Story.
 tricts. Once the polls close, the ma-                                                                                                                     Someday, the fishing trawler with loans outstanding which you can refinance, this
                                                        to voting machines individual coun-         Here the hard aspects of independence are coming will be a submarine, spotting is a superb time to check your lending sources, bar-
 chines take care of the adding. Re-                    ties can "go it alone."               through attrition rather than spectacular collapse.       fish with electronic gear, using
                                                                                                                                                                                           gain for more favorable terms and longer maturities.
                                                                                                                                                                            electricity to herd and guide fish
                                                                                                                                                                            into a collecting "net" or open      If you need new money, it's a sound time to initiate
                                                                                                                   One by one stores in the European city are closing,      mouth on the sub. Tha prediction
        LETTERS FROM OUR READERS                                                                               because of lack of things to sell as well as lack of/ peo-
                                                                                                               ple with money to buy them. A half-^dozen supermar-
                                                                                                                                                                            comeg from Dr. R. L. McHugh
                                                                                                                                                                            U. S. Bureau of Commercial
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 negotiations. You'll get a better bargain today than a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 year ago today, and you well may not get as good a
   TRANSPORTATION PROBLEMS we ourselves are the losers when                proaches, I trust the press will kets are still crowded with Congolese and European                                                   bargain a year from today as you get today.
                                      we fail to vote.                     renew its efforts to assure a maxi- buyers, but the Shelves are emptying. Prices are creep-      The underwater trawler could
           Municipal Public Service One of the great things about          mum turnout here in New Jersey                                                                fish continuously, with no bother
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      If your concern is with a mortgage loan, you may
           Co-ordinating Committee our American system is the fact
            P. O. Box 192
                                                                           —and in this, I feel mire, my fel- ing up as difficulties of importing—and paying for the     from storms, he told the Amer-
                                      that It Is so often literally tru    low, candidates will heartily con- imports—increase.                                          ican Chemical Society.                  find it wise to spread out negotiations. Mortgage rates
            Red Bank, N. J.           that "every vote counts," Jusi cur,
  To the Editor:                                                                             .,                                                                                                                  already are down substantially but pressures for new '
                                      last November a Governor was                           Sincerely yours       A familiar brand of American corn flakes is 23 Chemical Compounds.
     We would be remiss If we did elected in Indiana by a margin                                                                                                                                                 cuts are heavy and highest authorities in the field think
                                                                                        , James P. Mitcheli francs (46 cents). A can of chicken soup is 15 francs In 19(0, chemists around the
  not acknowledge your editorial of 26,682 in a total vote of 2,098.-                                                                                                                                            rates will soften some more and stay down. It's most
  of Monday, March 27, 1961, which 808. In Utah a Congressional can-            REPRESENTATION IN             (30 cents). Six small apples in a plastic bag sell for 43 world produced 75,000 new chem           important that you realize the market is in your favor.
  commends the efforts o[ this Com- didate won by 64 votes out of a                                                                                                      ical compounds. About one-fourth
  mittee In attempting to secure total of 131,386. Surely in sue
                                                                                       HOLMDEL                francs (86 cents).                                         of them, or 19,000, were made by             If you are involved as an individual seeking a
  solutions of the railway trans- cases the stay-at-home has only To tfie Editor:
  portation problems on the shore himself to blame if he is dis- Just before filing my petition
                                                                                                                   Prices like these are far beyond the reach of Con- chemists in scientists, 9,000conn
                                                                                                                                                                                       Iron Curtain
                                                                                                                                                                                                        by       personal loan, your costs may not be much lower, but
  area.                               satisfied with the result.          in Holmdel Township In connec-      golese workers. Alphonse, the houseboy, earns $44 a tries, and nearly 7,000 by the                 the time is right for borrowing.
     The conditions of passenger rail As Primary Day, April 18, ap- tion with my announced decision month and is doing well compared with his neighbors. Japanese. Index Chemlcus car-
  transportation from our area af-                                        to run again this year for the He has five children. Monthly rental on a tin-roofed, ries the accounting of chemicals                      If you're in a position to advise on the actions of
  fects the economy of the entire                                        office- of Township Committee-                                                                  produced in the search for valu-        a smaller corporation, a public fund, a local community,
  territory. Many feel this condi- CARMICHAEL                             man, an article appeared in sev- three-room brick hut is $10.                                  able new drugs and industria'           here too the big point is that the time is right to re-
  tion is only the problem of the                                         eral local newspapers which dis-                                                               products.
  commuters. However, without in-                                         turbed me enough to cause me to          Many newer houses are going vacant because                                                    negotiate and negotiate loans.
  come the commuter brings to the                                         write this letter.                  people can't afford the rents. An increasingly common Laiy Mowers.
  area in which he lives, I am sure                                                                                                                                                                                    The trend has been with the borrower for a full
  most people would see a reduc-                                             This article dealt with a pro- practice is for the family of an unemployed worker A special compound of hydra-
                                                                          posed plan to enter a third name to move in with a more fortunate cousin who still has zlne, a hot-shot rocket fuel, may               year, and now the nation's most astute corporations
  tion in economic advance of our
  communities.                                                            in the Republican Primary in                                                                   soon be available in family sized       are ..moving to. take advantage of it for themselves.
                                                                         Holmdel, which in itself is fine. a job.                                                        packages to help slow the growth        Why not do the same for yourself?
     Fortunately, we have been fa                                        However, the article went on to                                                                 of grass for men wanting to put
  vored with excellent press which                                       say that the reason behind this          Through all the uncertainty and hardship Leopold- in more hammock time on week-
  has informed people of our ef-                                         was that the Old Manor Estates /ille seems a relaxed enough place to the casual visi- ends.
  forts. Your staff has co-operated                                      section of the township was not
  wholeheartedly and this we ac-                                         represented and as the largest tor. Jazz bands blare every night in crowded night- Chemical Industry sources say
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  "Politics Is Fascinating-       Don't Yon Think?"
  knowledge with thanks.                                                 single voting unit it should be. It clubs. Europeans every lunch hour crowd the lush the material already has been
     We trust that you will continue                                    is my sincere belief that there Funa Club swimming pool.                                         used successfully on golf courses
  to factually present the details as                                                                                                                                    and along parkways, reducing
  they develop in this most Im-                                         are several things wrong with
                                                                        this.                                                                                            the need to cut grass from once
  portant prohjem.                                                                                                There was no official color bar in Leopoldville, or twice a week to two or three
    Many thanks once again tor                                              First, during my original cam- even before independence. Congolese go to the Funa times a season.
 yeur kind words.                                                       paign in Holmdel, three years
                Very truly yours,                                         igo, I spent considerable time too, if they can afford the 60-cent admission.                    Side Kicks
                John W. Van Brunt                                       with the Old Manor residents and
                Councilman                                              believe that as a result of thnse         Some of the gardens lining the wide Boulevard A new use for rockets — to
                                                                        meetings I gained a good idea Albert are getting ragged as-the jungle moves back help an airplane pull out of a
         URGES BIG VOTE                                                    f their thinking. Furthermore, into the area taken from it by white settlers.                dangerous spinV— has been de-
                                                                        during my term as committee-                                                                    veloped by Air Force scientists.
       Suite 512, Robert Treat Hotel                                    man, a large proportion of the                                                                  Rocket "packages" are mounted
       Newark 1, N.J.                                                     iroblcms coming to my attention,        Only in the quiet- of their own little homes are on each wing, and can be fired
 To the editor:                                                         both during township meetings the Africans expressing doubts about whether it has as an emergency measure to
    Despite the traditional differ-                                     and afterwards have come from all been worthwhile.                                              stabilize th» plane.
 ences of opinion which enliven                                         men and women who happen to
 election campaigns, there is one                                       live in Old Manor homes. I have           "Things aren't going very well," a Congolese elec- Tree Epidemic.
point on which all candidates—                                          every confidence that these peo-
                                                                                                                                                                          'Dutch Elm disease will con-
 and all citizens—can and do                                            ple will acknowledge that at all trical worker told a white visitor. He passed around
 agree. It is not only the right                                        times our relations have been a tin tray of soft drinks—after nipping the tops off tinue to be a minor nuisance,
 but the duty of, every eligible                                        most friendly and mutually co- the bottles with his teeth.                                      but the tree disease has long
 voter to vote.                                                                                                                                            ,/ , (       been on the decline, at least In
                                                                          'perative. In .addition I have                                                                Britain, says a British expert. In
    As often as we acknowledge                                             ublicly' supported and sponsored
 the truth of this, I wonder how                                                                                  "There are so many things I' don't know how to Britain, the disease was allowed
                                                                        many of the things brought to                                                                   to run Its course, while In Hol-
fully we appreciate its impor-                                          my attention by these people, do. We have our independence and that's a good feel-
tance. It is not solely that we                                                                                                                                         land and America, disease trees
                                                                        from doing away with an inactive ing, but now I am in charge of the business and the
have a great obligation in these                                                                                                                                       ware cut down. The forestry ex-
                                                                         log catcher and substituting the white 'patron' is no longer here to help me . . . If only pert thinks the let-them-be policy
times to preserve every one of                                          services of the ASPCA to night
                                                                                                                                                                       cost fewer trees. Strains of
ft* precious privileges of free-                                        meetings. If listening to the prob- you white people had taught us how to do things be-
torn. We must retire also that 6—Wednesday, April,5,1961                                                                                                               elms resistant to the fungus
                                                                               (See LETTERS, Pg. 10)         fore you left."                                           disease now are being studied.,
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   8—Wednesday, April 5 , 1 9 6 1
                                                                                                         Shrewsbury DAR Hears
                                                                                                         Taljc on Annual Pageant
                                                                                                            SHREWSBURY — Shrewsbury               Mrs. Dustan Allaire, Manas-
                                                                                                         Towne Chapter, Daughters of the        quan, chairman of the DAR Good
                                                                                                         American Revolution, met Mon-          Citizens Committee, presented
                                                                                                         day in the social hall t>t the Pres-   Misses Roberta Van Perais of the
                                                                                                         byterian Church.                       Atlantic Highlands High School:
                                                                                                            Reports were given of the an-       Patricia Leeds, Long Branch High
                                                                                                         nual spring conference in Tren-        School, and Merri LeNelson, Nep-
                                                                                                         ton by Mrs. C. F. Borden. regent,      tune High School. These girls
                                                                                                         and Mrs. Robert J, Smith, dele-        were sponsored by the Shrews-
                                                                                                         gates to the conference.               bury Towne Chapter at the Tren
                                                                                                                                                ton conference held recently.
                                                                                                            Mrs. Arthur Kirsteen of Vent-       Miss Leeds received an honorable
                                                                                                         nor, state chairman of the student     mention.
                                                                                                         loan committee, outlined how the
                                                                                                         student fund is distributed on rec-       Hostesses were Mrs. Allaire and
                                                                                                         ommendations of high school fac-       Mrs. Edwin R. Reed, Shrewsbury,
                                                                                                         ulties.                                and Mrs. David JE. Cavanaugh,
                                                                                                                                                Elberon. Mrs, Thomas Jardine,
                                                                                                            Mrs. Russell F. Barker, Atlan-      Red Bank, and Mrs' Harry Mor-
                                                                                                         tic City, was guest speaker, t She     ford, Little Silver, presided at the
                                                                                                         spoke on the "Miss America             tea table.
                                                                                                         Pageant" held annually in Atlan-         The chapter will meet again
                                                                                                         tic City. This year It will be held    May 1 at 2:30 p.m. in the social
                                                                                                         Sept. 6-8. Mrs. Barker served as       hall. The guest speaker will be
                                                                                                         hostess for several years and she      Mrs. Horton B. Garrison, who will
                                                                                                         gave highlights of the duties of       show slides of Memorial Continen
                                                                                                         the hostesses and the require-         tal Hall in relation to the 70th
                                                                                                         ments of the candidates for the        Continental Congress, Washing-
                                                                                                         title.                                 ton, D. C , which will be held
                                                                                                                   Careful Choice               the week of April 16. Hostesses
                                                                                                            Mrs. Barker said the girls seek-    will be Mrs. Alton V. Evans and
                                                                                                         ing the title are chosen "very         Mrs. Walter M. Woolley, Long
 HATS ON—Flowering spring hats at Easter Monday card party of St. James Parent-                          carefully" as to beauty, talent        Branch, and Mrs. J. W. Sterner, RARITAN'S W O M A N ' S CLUB l « t night eleefed new <$Hicen for the 1961-62 year.
                                                                                                         and personality.                       Jr., Locust.                         The election w a i conducted in the Reformed Church, Keyport. The offie»« «r»,
 Teacher Association judged "best" are modeled by their owners, left to right, Mrs.
                                                                                                                                                                                     left to right, leated, M n . Alwyn Dodge, first vice president; M n . William V . Mc-
 Jayna Stimweiss, Shrewsbury; Mrs. Alfred Stancati, Red Bank; Mrs. Martin Scott,
                                                                                                                                                                                     Lane, the new president, and M n . Richard Crandall, outgoing preiident. Standing,
 Middletown, and for the most unusual, Mrs. Francis McHugh, Middletown.
                                                                                                           Announce Engagements                                                      Mrs. George. Heller, second vice preiident; Mrs. A. William Norrii, traaiurar; M M .
                                                                                                                                                                                     Robert Siiberberg, corresponding secretary, and M n . John Notice, recording itera-
In St. James                                                                Stork Shower
                                                                        COLTS NECK — Mrs. Otto Me-                                                                                 •«<•/•                                                                                 ,

   Flowering Easter Hats                                              gill of Colts Neck Rd. was given
                                                                      a stork shower recently in the
                                                                      home of her sister-in-law, Mrs.                                                                            Martha Circle                        Landscaping Project
                                                                      Robert White of Belmar. Mrs.
                                                                                                                                                                                 Plans Lunch                            Navesink Garden Club
   Take Over Card Party                                               Stanley White was co-hostess.
                                                                         Attending were Mrs. Leonard
                                                                      Dean and Mrs. Lottie Peterson
                                                                                                                                                                                   RED BANK — The Martha Cir-
                                                                                                                                                                                 cle of the Red Bank Presbyterian
  RED BANK — In a bird's eye- underwrite the cost of summer
view of 600 Easter hats Monday, courses for the teaching sisters:
 the St. James Parent-Teacher As- Winners of the "best hat" titles
                                                                      Little Silver; Mrs. Aaron Megill
                                                                      Mrs. Leo Tatarinchik, Mrs^ Jo-
                                                                      seph Conrow,       Mrs. Donald
                                                                                                                                                                                 Church will hold a "Luncheon is
                                                                                                                                                                                 Served" Tuesday, at 12:30 p.m.          Receives $100 Grant
                                                                                                                                                                                 in Westminster Hall.
 sociation card party took on the were Mrs. Jayne Stirnweiss,         Conrow, Mrs. Charles Conrow,                                                                                                                      MONTCLAIR — The Navesink         for planting of the grounds of
                                                                      Mrs. Florence Bischoff and Mrs                                                                                Mrs. Chester Hotaling, 262
 appearance of a mantle of spring Shrewsbury; Mrs. Alfred Stan-                                                                                                                  Crestview Dr., Middletown, is        Garden Club is one of 13 clubs     P u b l i c PIaces-
                                                                      Pearl Stump of Farmingdale;
 flowers. Bright splashes of color cati. Red Bank, and Mrs. Martin    Mrs." Roger Merrick, Farming-                                                                              chairman of the event.               in the state to receive grants of     At the health center In Belford,
 clotted the 150 tables of players Scott, Middletown. The title for   dale; and Mrs. Jesse C. Smith                                                                                Committee chairmen, are Mrs.       $200 and $100 from the Garden      the Navesink club plans to move
                                     the most unusual hat went to                                                                                                                                                                                        foundation planting to make way
 who wore their new headgear for Mrs. Francis McHugh of Middle-       of Ardena.                                                                                                 Raymond Tufts, dining room           Ciub of New Jersey to complete     for a new addition, and also an
 the occasion.                       town, for her birds in-a-flower-                                                                                                            hostess; Mrs. Robert Telfer, tick-   programs of civic improvement.     outdoor play space for waiting
   Mrs. James F. Clark, Red garden creation.                                   ON COMMITTEE                                                                                      ets. Mrs.- Samuel Harvey and
 Bank, was chairman of the event^                                         ANN ARBOR, Mch. — Among                                                                                Mrs. Joseph Dauster are chair-         The Navesink group will re- children. Approximately 400 chil-
                                       Judges, who sometimes found                                                                                                                                                    ceive a $100 award toward com- dren and adults visit the center's
 proceeds of whfth will help to themselves lost in the sea of committee members planning ac-                                                                                     men of the circle.
                                     straw, veiling and flowers, were tivities for the University of Mich-                                                                                                            pletion of landscaping at the clinics each year.
                                     Mrs. Emilio Mustillo, proprietor igan's Spring Week-end, April 28                                                                                                                Hartsh-orne Memorial Health Cen- Mrs. Lawrence A. Carton of
Play Presented                                                                                                                                                                   Red Bank Senior                      ter in Belford.                    Locust,, civic chairman (or the
                                    of Mustillo's. Red Bank, and Mrs. and 29, is Miss Pamela A. Mar-             Miss Lucille S. Rubin                Miss Florence Visco
                                    Harold H. Hart, Jr., Little Silver zulla, Broad St., Shrewsbury, RED BANK — Mr. and Mr                                                       Wins Scholarship                       Funds for the grants were do- Navesink club, submitted the
For Fellowship                      artist.                            N. J.                                rving Rubin of 1 Silverwhil
                                                                                                                                                  MIDDLETOWN — Mr. and
                                                                                                                                                Mrs. Harry N. Visco, 31 Woods CALDWELL — Miss Mary E.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      nated to the state organization by project; She was assisted by Mrs.
   RED BANK — A drama, "The                                                                                Gardens announce the engage                                                                                the Sears Roebuck Foundation for Eric Williamson of, Rumson who
                                                                                                                                                End Rd., announce the engage- Glading, daughter of Mr. and
Terrible Meek," was presented                                                                              ment of their daughter, Miss Lu-     ment of their daughter. Miss Mrs. William Glading, 23 Gar-            distribution for      improvement prepared the horticultural in-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      projects. The foundation this year formation.
last week at a meeting of the
Women's Fellowship of the Ked
Bank Baptist Church, Maple Ave.
                                      Guest from Egypt                                                     cille Sharon Rubin, to Robe
                                                                                                           Warren Pillsbury, son of Mis. E,
                                                                                                           Parker Pillsbury, South Wey-
                                                                                                                                                Florence Visco, to Thomas Com- den Rd., Shrewsbury, has been
                                                                                                                                                erfprd, son of Mr. and Mr3. iwarded one of four scholarships
                                                                                                                                                Thomas N. Comerford, 25 Har- to Caldwell College for Women.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      presented $1,800 to the state club. The $100 check, from the state
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      A total of 60 local clubs applied organization was presented to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      for awards.
   Directed by B. J. Fansler of the MONTCLAIR — The Garden on American gardens and flowers mouth, Mass., .and the late Mr                       vard St., Fairview.              Miss Glading, a senior at Red                                           Mrs. Carton at a meeting yester-
Monmouth Players, the cast in- :iub of New Jersey will preseni were sent to the Alexandria Hor- Pillsbury.                                        Miss Visco attended Middle- Bank Catholic High Schoql, is the         The, project was divided into day by Mrs. Nelson Benedict, 31
cluded Miss Glenda Bowling, one of the Vassar College Con- ticultural Society by the Garden A graduate of Red Bank Higl                         town Township High School and recipient of a partial scholarship      two categories under the title Woodland Dr., Fair Haven, Nave-
Warren DeBrown, Jr., Eric Swen- ference's 15 outstanding women Club of New Jersey. This started School, Miss Rubin is attendinj                 is a graduate-of Franklin Beauty valued at $1,200.                    "Thanksgiving."                    sink club president.
son. Miss Myra Norton, Robert of the world, Mrs. Zahia Mar- a library of gardening books in the University of Michigan. Sh                      School, Elizabeth. She is em- At Red Bank Catholic, Miss                                             Among other winners la the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Church Grounds
Pearse and Alan Leatherman.         zook of Alexandria, Egypt, at a the English language, as part of plans to complete her educatioi            ployed at Kelly's Beauty Shop, Glading is a member of the staff                                    state was the Grow and Show
   Mrs. Samuel Phillips, Sr., and luncheon Wednesday, April 12, in the world gardening project.            in New Hampshire.                    Belford.                         •of the school paper, a member    Five awards of $200 each -were Garden Club'of AUenhttist, which
Samuel Phillips, Jr., designed the the Montclair Golf Club.                                                  Mr. Pillsbury is a summa cum          Her fiance attended Red Bank of the National Honor Society, a allotted in the project "Thanks," was awarded #00 for landscaping '•
                                                                         Last year Mrs. Levais M. Hull
scenery, assisted by Misses Mar- Mrs. Marzook, director-general of Boonton, past president of the laude graduate of Bowdoin Col-                Catholic High School and is em- member of the band, and prefect                                           -   -   . , , " - . . < # # • ' • : , : ; _ -   • '   -

garet and Sharon Quivey, Miss of the department of social serv- National Council of State Garden lege where he was elected to P                 ployed by the Highway 34 Auto of the sodality of Monmouth                                          Presidents in Allenhunt.
Bowling and Mr. DeBrown. Sound ices and labor, which staffs 300 Clubs, gave illustrated lectures Beta Kappa. An alumnus of Har                   Body Shop, Holmdel.              County.                        eight awards of $100 each went
effects and lighting were by Wil- social workers in Egypt's dis- on American gardens in both vard Law School, he is with th.
liam J. Morgan. Clement Barlow trict of Alexandria, will illustrat Alexandria and Cairo. Mrs. Mar- law firm of Hamblett, Kerrigar
was baritone soloist, accompanied her talk on "Gardens and Flow- zook's lecture will reciprocally and Hamblett in Nashua, N. H
by Mrs. Stanley Mugridge at the era of Egypt."                         present Egyptian gardens to New
                                                                                                             A late summer wedding is pia
                                                                                                                                                Sponsored by Federation
piano.                                 Wife of the president of th Jersey garden enthusiasts.
  Members of circle five, Mrs. Alexandra Horticultural Society

                                                                                                                                                  Luncheon Concludes Art Contest
                                                                         Registration for the luncheon
Robert Fiedler, .Little Silver, an affiliate of the National Coun- can be made with Mrs. Joseph Fashion Show
leader, were hostesses. The an-     cil of State Garden Clubs, Mrs
nual Womei                          Marzook is an enthusiastic flow L. Younghood, 18 Hilltop Ter., LITTLE SILVER - Mrs. Har
                  House Party at
             MVS HO
             otf^Hi;                er arranger, participating in th< Chatham. Mrs. James A. Logie, ry J. Soltis of Shrewsbury ha:
Peddie School       ightstown, wil
                                    activities of the flower shows am Montclair, is chairman of world been named chairman of the a           TRENTON — The annual com- Szafir, state federation art chair- Marshall Boehm — famous for trated "Review of American Art"
be held June                        flower arranging workshop of th' gardening projects for the state nual luncheon and fashion shoi
                                                                       club. Mrs. Austin B. Sayre, Es- sponsored by the Evening Circl      petition for the Mary G. Roeb man, and Mrs. Kathryn B. Grey, his bird sculptures in porcelain. was presented by Miss Roberta
                                    horticultural society.                                                                                 ling Scholarship for painting an wacz, director of the museum.                                             Paine of the Metropolitan Mu-
           BACK HOME                                                   sex Fells, is president.            of the Women's Society of Chri;                                                                                     Art Review
                                       Invited to this country by Vas-                                                                     Helen F. Boehm Scholarship foi                                                                            seum of Art. This was followed
                                                                         Interpretive flower arrange- ian Service, Embury Methodic                                                 Highlights of the day Included Following the luncheon, a spe- by a brief presentation by Miss
   HAZLET - Three            Hazlet «ar College in celebration of its                                                                      sculpture concluded yesterday.
                                                                                                                                                                                 a 'tour of the aviaries of Edward cial program featuring an illus- Bernice Jamieson, assistant cur-
                                                                       ments on Egypt and "New Jersey Church. Assistant chairman
couples who have recently re- centennial, Mrs. Marzook joined                                                                                 At an awards luncheon in th
                                                                       in Spring" will be exhibited by Mrs. Fred Schlesslnger, Lltt
turned from Boynjon Beach, Fla., the 14 other outstanding womei                                                                            Hotel Stacy-Trent, Mrs. Roeblfhg,                                                                         ator of the museum, of highlights
                                                                       outstanding flower arrangers of Silver.
are Mr. and Mrs. Walter Smale from various parts of the world
and Mr. and Mrs. Leon Raskow- in the Vassar conference or
                                                                       this state. Junior Garden Club The event will take place Satur
                                                                                                                                           president and, board chairman
                                                                                                                                          of the Trenton Trust Company,
                                                                                                                                                                                 Kitty Kelly:                                                        of the current museum special
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     exhibition, "New Jersey Art in
                                                                       members will stage an exhibit on day, April 29, at 1 p.m. in thi
«ky, Holmdel Rd., and Mr. and "Emerging Values In Education                                                                               awarded her $750 scholarship to                                                                            Retrospect."
Mrs. Robert Davis and children, in an Interdependent World."
Rt. 35.
                                                 Books Sent
                                                                       American flower symbols which church hall, Church St. Fashion:
                                                                       will be sent to the children of will be by Steinbach Compan.
                                                                                                           Red Bank.
                                                                                                                                          Alex Sibirnyi of Arts High School,
                                                                                                                                          Newark. A total of 120 persons
                                                                                                                                                                                    Wife Finds It Difficult                                             The day's program concluded
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     with tea at the Trenton Contem-
                                       More than 100 books and slide: Egypt with Mrs. Marzook.                                            attended.                                                                                                  porary Club with members of the
                                                                                                                                             Mrs. Boehm, wife of Trenton
                                                                                                                                          ceramic sculptor Edward Mar-
                                                                                                                                                                                    To Love Her Stepchild                                            art department of the club serv-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     ing as hostesses.

             JUMBO CASHEWS                                            Mrs. Lartaud Heads                                                  shall Boehm, presented her $750 Dear Kitty:
                                                                                                                                          scholarship to Virginia Anfuso of I am 18 and my husband is Troubled
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   ter, so wouldn't be alone.— Scholarship awards were judged
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     by John Foster, director of freslv
        Fresh, whole, dean                                                                                                                Fort Lee High School.                 31. I have a four months' old          Dear Troubled: Would your man program, Philadelphia Mu-
                                     Only  98c     full pound.                                                                               Trenton lawyer George Pelle baby girl and a 10-year-old step- mother feel you sided with your seum College of Art; Richard
       cashews lightly tailed
          and roasted to
                                           Regular 1.49
                                       Thli week's feature.
                                       Follow the Features
                                                                      Club's Evening Group                                                tleri gave an additional $250 schol- daughter. (My hi^sband was mar- father, if you remained with Bove, staff member* of the art
                                                                                                                                          arship to the sculpture runner-up, ried before.) He thinks I should him? Who would pay for your school, Pratt Institute, and Vin-
                                                                                                                                          Arthur Mitchell of Bridgeton                                                                               cent Glinsky, sculptor and facul-
         golden perfection.                AND SAVE!                    RED BANK — Mrs. Harold R. at 9:30 a.m. in the home of Mrs High School. This was a surprise love my stepdaughter as much schooling, he or your mother? ty member of New York Univer-
                                                                     Lartaud of Fair Haven was George Koenig, and a meeting o, presentation and not on the an- as I do my own child. I will Is it the desire to go to busi- sity. The students' work, which
                                                                     elected president of the evening the American home departmen nual scheduled program in the probably lose him unless I can ness college, or to be with your includes 21 pieces of sculputre
          BIRNN CANDY                                                department of the Woman's Club April 11 in the home of Mrs competition sponsored by the New
                                                                               ti M d       I h l b G Pl
                                                                     at a meeting Monday In the club- George Plant.
                                                                                                                                                                                achieve the impossible. I like my boy friend which motivates
                                                                                                                                                                                stepdaughter but just can't love you? Ask yourself these ques- and 55 paintings, will be on dis-
                                                                                                                                          Jersey State Federation of Wom- her the way I do our baby. What tions then make your decision. play in the state museum through
               91 BROAD ST.         • RED BANK                       house.                                                               en's Clubs and ths arts commit- should I do?—D.J.J.                                                        April 18.
                                                                        Other new officers are Mrs. Da-
                                                                     vid J. Rowland, vice president,       Bridal Shower                  tee of the State Museum.
                                                                                                                                                       Other Awards
                                                                                                                                                                                    Dear D.J.J.: Love isn't love Dear Kitty:
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Mrs. Roebling was recently des-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     ignated "Bank Woman of the
                                                                     and Mrs, Heinz Ewald, corre- COLTS NECK — Miss Joan                                                         unless it springs spontaneously      I am a 20-year-old deserted Month" by the National Associa-
                                                                                                        Daniels, Elton Rd., Freehold, was Mary Ann Terry of Gill School, from the heart. To love your wife with a child. I loved my tion of Bank Women.
     Shampoo & Set .                                                 sponding secretary.
                                                                        In a progam titled "Fancy honored recently at a bridal Bernardsville, was awarded sec- little stepdaughter you must husband and still do but he's Mrs. Roebling was elected a
                                                                     Fashion Frolics," members mod- shower in the home of Mrs. Her ond in painting. Honorable mention first understand her. Begin by the type that wants women, not bank director in 1937 to fill a
     Haircut . . . .                                                 eled clothes they made during the man     Marquardt,     Vrednburgh went to Gunar Dombrovski ol putting yourself in her place. a woman. He also drinks.                         vacancy created by the death of
                                                                     past year. Included in tho group Ave. Mrs. Emest Potter, Jr. Salem High School for painting; Try to see life through her                         I went to look for a job one her husband. She became presi-
     Permanents . .                 $7.00
                                    * up
                                                                     was Mrs. Kenneth C. Burger, who Mrs. James Green, Mrs. Johi and Stephen Burrows, Arts High eyes.
                                                                     won first prize in the Fifth Dis- Wish and Mrs. George Murphy School, Newark, sculpture.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   day. When I came back • he dent a year later and chairman
                                                                                                                                                                                    Her father's concern for her had packed up and left. Our di- in 1942. Mrs. Roebling, who lives
                                                                     trict Vogue Sewing Contest.                                             Eighteen New Jersey high
        ROMARCO                 BEAUTY
                                                                                                        members of ths. bridal party
                                                                        Members participating were were hostesses.
                                                                     Mrs. Edwin F. Herr, Jr., Mrs. Miss Daniels will be marrisd t(
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   v o r c e will be final in eight
                                                                                                                                          school seniors, finalists in the is justifiable. She must miss months. A few weeks ago he at 40 State St., Trenton, Is also
                                                                                                                                         competition, were honored at tho her mother. I'm sure rhe feels wrote that he still loved me and a director of five major business-
                                                                                                                                                                                 lonely and fearful and, unless                                      es, and a governor of the Ameri-
      No Appotnlmem Neceiaary   doled Mondays /     ^^-              James J. Ryan, Mrs. Francis Lawrence Marquardt on April 2: luncheon. District winners from you show her love, unwanted. wanted to come r--ck. I told him can Stock Exchange. She has
                                                                     Strelch, Mrs. William Atwell, In the Reformed Church here.           th; Red Bank area attending                                              okay, if he would settle down. We been active in the national bank
      10 Mechanic St. SH 1-9766 Rod B a n k \ ,                                                                                                                                  Put your arms around her, give
                                                                     Mrs. Arthur Gregory, Mrs. Rob- Present at the shower wen were David L. Schultze, son of
                                                                                                                                                                                 of yourself, take her Into your met once. I fell into his arms women's group since 1937.
                                                                     ert May and Mrs. David Wood- Mrs. Roy Daniels, Mrs. Arnoli Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Schultze, 7
                                                                                                                                                                                 life, and before you know it and, before we knew it, had done
                                                                     ward.                              Conover, Mrs. Virginia Halbrook North River Edge Dr., Little Sil you'll find yourself loving the wrong. Now I'm going to have
                                                                        The program was arranged by Mrs. Florence Wentel, Mrs. Wil        vcr, a senior at Red Bank High                                           his second child. I can't tell my
                                                                                                                                          School, and Cicely D. Craver, child. This Is an opportunity, parents. It's all they can do to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Auxiliary Plans
                                                                     the American home department Ham Stryker, Mrs. Warren                                                       not a duty. Make the most of
                                                                     under the direction of its chair- nise and Mrs. Warren Presl daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry lt.
                                                                     man, Mrs. Rowland.                 Freehold.                        S. Craver, Chapel Hill, Middle
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   support me and my one child.           Theater Party
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   We live with them now. What RED BANK - Miss Margaret
                                                                        Forthcoming evening depart- Also, Mrs. Howard Heulit town, of Middletown Township                                                          can I do? Should I find my hus- Phelan was named chairman of
                                                                     ment events include 6 card party Englishtown; Mrs. Harold Ben High School.                                Dear Kitty:
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   band and tell him the situation? a theater trip for the Westside
                                                                     sponsored by th? ways and means nett, Llncroft; Mrs. Myma, Rey         Mrs. Albert C. H. Bashaw, Sr., I am old enouEh to sec what is - M .
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Hose Company Auxiliary which
                                                                     lepartment April 24 at 8 p.m. in nolds, Colts Neck; Mrs. Thoma! West Collingswnod, was scholar- happening to tho person who
                                                                     :he clubhouse, a Mother-Daughter Curtis, Fair Haven; Mrs. Ernesl ship chairman for the federation. means the most to me—my moth-                  Dear M.: Either get a job (it met Monday in the fire house.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Mrs. Kenneth Woodward, Jr.,
                                                                     3anquet April J7 in the Red Bank Pillis, Little Silver; and Mrs         Special activities planned for er. I sometimes think she is los- won't be the first time a<,preg- was named vice chairman. •
                           The components                            Methodist Church, a meeting of Lawrence Bathgate, Farming- the day included the observance ing her mind. Mv father is the nant woman has worked) or go
                                                                                                                                         of Federated Art Day planned cause. His idea of having-a home back to your husband. It's un-                  The auxiliary will attend a per-
                                                                     he welfare department April 25 dale.
                           ' don't know the                                                                                              with the co-operation of Mrs. Paul and family is eiving Mom $10 or fair to look to your parents formance of "Once Upon a Mat-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     tress" at the Paper Mill Play-
                                                                                                                                                                               $15 a week and eating out on his for support. In marrying, you house June 5. Dinner will be at
                                cabinet it there!
                                    SEE A N D HEAR
                                                                                RUG CLEANING                                             Durrs Return                          nights off. He spends al! his other and your husband assumed cer- Mario's Millburn. The bus will
                                                                                                                                            RED BANK — Mr. and Mrs. time sleeping or at taverns!
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    tain responsibilities. It's your
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    duty ami his to take over. If leave the fire house at 5 p.m.
                                                                                                 AT ITS                                    ohn J. Durr, 51 Tower Hill Ave., Mom is the weak, clinging type you don't, neither of you,will Meeting award went to Mrs.
                                                                                                                                         have recently returned from a         who can't strike back. She wants
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    ever amount to anything. Show Louis Delia Barca. Hostesses
         STROMBERG-CARLSON                                                           FINEST AND FASTEST                                  three-week motor trip to Mont- to leave mv father and go live some character, if only for your were Mrs. Dominic Russo and
                                                                                                                                         gomery, Ala,, and Siesta Key, with her brother. After I finish children's sake.
                                                                             In Your Home • Or In Our Modern Plant                                                                                                                                   Mrs. Joseph Talerico.
               Exclusively at                                                                                                              arasota, Fla.                  , school I want^-l to qo to business                                         Liberty Hose Auxiliary activi-
                                                                                                                                            In Alabama, they visited their college horo. I have a stpadv bov                                         ties were announced. A rummage

       ANDERSON'S                                                                           LEON'S
                                                                               SINCE 1912 MONMOUTH COUNTY'S LEADING
                                                                                                                                           on, Lt. C. Warren Durr, and his friend. He's th" main reason 1 Send your problem to Kitty Kel- sale will be held May 20 In the
                                                                                                                                         wife and infant son, C. Warren, late to leave. Should I go with ly. Enclose a stamped, self-ad- Union fire house. A social will be
             30 BROAD ST.                                                                                                                Jr. Lt. Durr is attending Squad- rmy Mom or stay here, pet my dressed envelope and address her held April 12 in the first aid
                                                                                              RUG CLEANERS                               ron Officers School at the Air        schooling, a good Job and send care of The Register. Helpful building.                 , ,
                                                                         WHITE ST.              SH 7-2800               RED BANK         University; Maxwell Air Force her money? If I didn't go, she leaflets available. Write for "Step- The auxiliary will meet again
                                                                                                                                         Base.                                 would still have my younger sla- children."                           May 1 at 8 p.m.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           RED BANK REGISTER               Wednesday, April 5,1961-9
Qopd'Will Ambassador                                                                                                                                                                 1st Annual
                                                                                                                                                                                    Easter Show Music Society to Offer
    Elle Parle Francais
      By FRANCES LEWINE             year, he and Mrs. Kennedy met                                                                                                                   Is Staged
   PALM BEACH, Fla. (AP) - at a French Embassy garden
                                                                                                                                                                                     RARITAN TOWNSHIP — High
                                                                                                                                                                                                             String Sextet Concert
Mrt. Jacqueline Kennedy, at party and chatted in French.
home in Paris and in the French Recently, when the famed                                                                                                                           winds and dipping temperatures
language, is expected to be an French company of the Comedie                                                                                                                       failed to discourage local resi- RUMSON — The Chamber Mu- made its debut in March, 1060.
excellent goodwill ambassador on    Francaise performed for one                                                                                                                    dents from promenading in the sic Society of the Monmouth ArtsjBefore its formation there was no
 the President'! May trip to night in Washington, Mrs. Ken-                                                                                                                       first annual Easter parade spon- Foundation will present the New'permanent group devoted specif-
 France;                            nedy went to see the performance                                                                                                               sored by the newly created Rec- York String Sextet tonight atjically to the performance of
                                    of two Moliere comedies, ap-                                                                                                                  reation Commission.                   8:30 o'clock in Fellowship Hall of chamber music for five and six
   She not- only knowi French                                                                                                                                                                                           the Rumson Presbyterian Church. string players.
                                    plauded the French cast, and at-                                                                                                                   But the erratic weather did pre- The program will include works The members of the sextet rep-
President de Gaulle, but has
                                    tended an after-theater party in                                                                                                              vent the overflow crowd from by Schoenberg and Brahms.
 served as translator for her hus-                                                                                                                                                                                                                          resent a variety of nationalities.
                                    their honor.                                                                                                                                   lingering at the windswept Air- The New York String Sextet jTheir native lands include Hol-
band with French-speaking visi
 tors.                                         Hard to Find                                                                                                                        port Shopping Plaza and sent the                                         land, Austria, Russia, Hungary
   Mrs. Kenndy's French has been It would probably be hard to                                                                                                                     gaily bedecked Easter paraders                                            and Italy, with, only one member
 described as impeccable, while      find a place better suited to
 her husband has only a modest Mrs. Kennedy's tastes and inter-
                                                                                                                                                                                   scampering for more comfortable
                                                                                                                                                                                   areas.                               CollegeDean                         from the United States. Perform-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            ing are Renato Bonacini, Kees
 knowledge of the language.                                                                                                                                                            Selecting the best dressed of the                                    Kooper, Paul Doktor, Clifford
   Thirty-one-year-old Mrs. Ken-
 nedy will be making her first
                                       Even her social secretary, Miss
                                     Letitia Baldrige, la well versed
                                                                                                                                                                                   junior promenaders was a diffi-
                                                                                                                                                                                   cult task for the judges who had
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        To Addrefss                         Ricliter, Benar Heifetz and Janos
                                    in French language, customs and                                                                                                                few opportunities to take a sec-
 major, international trip with the
 President in a country to which
                                     country. She served for some
                                     time as secretary to the wife of
                                                                                                                                                                                   ond look in their effort to make
                                                                                                                                                                                    final selections.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Holy Name                               Each of the artists in the sex-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             tet pursues his individual career
 she has allegiance of ancestry                                                                                                                                                                                                                              in addition to his membership in
                                     former ambassador to France                                                                                                                       Winners were: Donna Gatto, 7
 and cultural interests.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     the group. Both as a group and
                                    David K. Bruce.                                                                                                                                Valley PI., Patricia Ammerman,
   The family of her father, the                                                                                                                                                                                                                             as individual performers, they
                                       Miss Baldrige could be ex-                                                                                                                  9 Colby La., and Laura Ann Jak-
 late New York stockbroker John                                                                                                                                                                                                                              have toured extensively through-
                                     pected to accompany Mrs. Ken-                                                                                                                  stonis, 327 Middle Rd., girls age
 V. Bouvier 3d, came from                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    out the world and have received
                                     nedy, even though it has been                                                                                                                 one to six; Paul Lanzo, 8 Hill
 France.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     awards at ths International Mu-
                                     indicated that the President's vf                                                                                                              St., and Mathew Thomson, 95
          Sorbonne Student                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   sic competition in Geneva and at
                                     it will be a modified state visit                                                                                                              Liberty PI., boys age one to six.                                        the Queen Elizabeth of Belgium
    Mrs. Kennedy spent her junior without much of the ceremony                                                                                                                          Also, Judy Brown, 51 Cornell                                         International competition, and
 year in college at the famed Sor- and social events that usually at-                                                                                                               Dr., and Doreen Lanza, 8 Hill                                            have performed with outstanding
 bonne in Paris and long has been tend a presidential visit aborad.                                                                                                                 St., girls age seven to 10; Rich-                                        orchestras such as the Concert-
 interested In French culture, art There has been no indication of THRIFT SHOP of the Junior Service League of Red Bank opened in its new head- ard Tittel, 18 Lafayette Dr. and I                                                                           gebomt* Orchestra (Holland), and
 and literature.                     the official role, if any, which quarters at 70-72 Monmouth St., Red Bank, yesterday. Mayor George A. Gray Brian Gatto, 7 Valley PI., boys                                                                               the NBC Orchestra under the di-
   She has many friends in French Mrs. Kennedy would be expected                                                                                                                     age seven to 10; and Jane Am                                            rection of Arturo Toscanlni.
 circles, and has been a frequent to assume.                              appliei ths scissors at official ribbon cutting. At his left it Mrs. John Bell, chair- merman, 9 Colby La., and James
 guest in Washington of French But, the young, fashion-con- man of the Thrift and Consignment Shop, Also participating were Mrs. William Carl, 29 Hemlock St., 10 and old-
 Ambassador and Mrs. Herve Al- scious American first lady al- Hall Ellis, president of the league, and Edward H. Conway, president of tha Red er age group.
 phand, even before her husband ready has created much interest
 became President.                   in France and her appearances Bank Community Chamber of Commerce. The shop will bo open Tuesdays through Johnson, local newspaper corre-
                                                                                                                                                                                        Judges were Mrs. Chester E.                                         Miss Weeks
    When President de Gaulle was     anywhere In that country proba^ Fridays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Fridays from 7 to 9 p.m. and Saturdays from 10 a.m. spondent; Mrs. Vincent J. DiGen-j
 in Washington on a visit last bly would attract attention.               to I p.m. Life line of the league, the shop's proceeds aid virtually every accredited naro, winner of the Woman's]
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Is Air Lines
                                                                                                                                                                                     Club sewing contest, and Charles I
                                                                          agency and Institution in the county.              • .                                                     Rothfuss, assistant manager of                                         Stewardess
      Talented Housewives                                                                                                                                                            Miles. Rt. 35, Hazlet.
                                                                                                                                                                                        Winners of the best decorated
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 CHICAGO, 111. —Miss Ebba R.
                                                                         Four Days Weekly                                                                                            egg contest were Ellen Bump, 12
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Sister Mary Giovanni
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Weeks, daughter of Mrs. R. K.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Weeks, 10 Lincoln Ave., Rumson,
                                                                                                                                                                                     Garden Ter., "Spring Time;" and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              N. J., has graduated as a United
                                                                                                                                                                                     Barry Davis, West Keansburg, ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS - Sis-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Air Lines stewardess.
                                                                         New Visiting Hours-for Historic Home                                                                        "Clown." Judges for the egg con-ter Mary Giovanni, academic
                                                                                                                                                                                     test mere Al Ammerman and dean of Georgian Court College,
                                                                           MIDDLETOWN — What was it                                                                                  Victor Baker of the Recreation Lakewobd, will be the main
                                                                        like to be a housewife 300 years                                                                             Commission.                         speaker at the annual Commun-
                                                                        ago? Marlpit Hall, a 17th Cen-                                                                                  Awards and trophies were pre- ion breakfast of the St. Agnes
                                                                        tury home on King's Highway,                                                                                 sented to the winners by Town Holy Name Society Sunday.
                                                                        has some of the answers in its                                                                               ship Committeeman Donald J. She will speak on "Catholic
                                                                        kitchen, parlor and bedrooms.                                                                                Malloy, recreation chairman. Ice Education in America."
                                                                                                                                                                                     cream was supplied to the chil- The breakfast will be held in
                                                                           Now a museum, the tomer                                                                                   dren,,'through the courtesy of the church hall following the 7 45
                                                                        home ol Edward Taylor is now                                                                                 "Dairy Dan."
                                                                        open to the public Tuesdays.                                                                                                                       nass.
                                                                                                                                                                                        Warren Roggeman, chairman James Mulligan, is chairman of
                                                                        Thursdays and Saturdays from                                                                                |of the Recreation Commission, the affair, assisted by Martin G
                                                                        11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sundays                                                                                announced he was pleased with Kennedy, Joseph Hynes, Frank
                                                                        from 2 to 5 p.m. There is no                                                                                 the response of the local residents Cassone, John F. Finnegati, John
                                                                        charge for admission.                                                                                        to the first Easter parade spon Farrington and Edmund Me Mul-
                                                                           The original part of the house                                                                            sored by the commission.            lin.
                                                                        was built in 1684, and additions                                                                                The Recreation Commission is
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Among the guests- will be Rev
                                                                        were made starting in 1712. The                                                                              presently making arrangements Michael J. Lease, pastor of St.
                                                                        home remained in the Taylor                                                                                  for a golf tournament, bicycle,Agnes Church; Joseph Lang,
                                                                        family for more than 200 years                                                                               rodeo, and the annual Youth Day. president of the Monmouth Coun-
                                                                           In the IMO's the late Mrs. J.                                                                                                                 ty Federation of Holy Name So-
                                                                        Amory Haskell acquired the                                                                                      A quick dessert or teatime cieties; John Flynn, president of
                                                                        house and gave it to the Mon-                                                                                sweet can be quickly made by the Junior Holy Name Society,
                                                                        mouth County Historical Associa-                                                                             softening cream cheese with fruit and Dr. Robert S. McTague, may-
                                                                        tion.                                                                                                        juice, mixing in some diced, dried
                                                                           The oldest part of the building                               Marlpit Hall                                fruit and spreading between slices or. The St. Jude Society will serve
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Mtej Ebba R. Weeks
                                                                        consists of the old kitchen with                                                                             of date-nut bread.                  the breakfast.                          After completing training at the
                                                                        its huge fireplace and a room of Marlpit Hall and the Free-lheadquarters for the Monmouth                                                                                              company's stewardess school in
                                                                        over it. Dutch oven. Burl bowl hold Museum. The, museum islCounty Historical Association.                       Prepare quick-cooking rice with               DEAN'S LIST              Cheyenne, Wyo., she now serves
                                                                        Springer!e boards and other tools                                                                            something more interesting than BURLINGTON, Vt. - Miss aboard Mainliners flying from
                                                                        of tha housewife are displayed                                                                               water now and then. Use tomatoJudith A. Enright, Z7 Woodland New York City.

                          Miss Chantal Beylier
                                                                           The newer section, built in the    Women's Clubs Join                                                     juice as the liquid. Or create an Dr., Fair Haven, N. J., has been Miss Weeks, a graduate of
                                                                                                                                                                                      interesting accompaniment for named to the Dean's List at theRumson High School, attended
                                                                        18th Century, sjiows the progress                                                                            meats by using cranberry juice University of Vermont.                     Emerson College, Boston.
   LITTLE SILVER - It's a mys-ing "tres coquette" — chic, well- to finery irrors~~sophisticated sur-
 tery to Mademoiselle Chantal groomed, and attractive.
                                                                        roundings as conditions in living
                                       The young violinist's observa- improved. The cabinet work in
                                                                                                             In 5th District Festival                                                      M W M W ATLANTIC GLASS SAYS
   After observing life in these tions have not been confined to Marlpit Hall is noteworthy and OCEAN GROVE — The fifth Cameron Munkittrick, of the
 United States for, four months, France and the United States. mentioned in a book "The 100                district hiusic festival of the NewModern Muses Women's Club of
 she has concluded that Ameri- With a string quartet of which Most Beautful Rooms in Amer- Jersey State Federation of Wom-Ocean County, was accompanist
 can children (in general) are she was a member, she has ica" by Helen Comstock.                           en's Clubs was held Monday in Choral groups participated from
                                                                                                                                                                                               You get the
 reared without formal disciplined toured Spain, Germany, England,                                          the Woman's Club of Ocean the Woman's Club of Ocean Grove
 training in household chores, but Denmark, Belgium, the Nether-                  Famous Door
                                                                          The huge front door with orig Grove, 89 Mt. Carmel Way. The          under the direction of Mrs. Sny-
 American housewives (in gener- lands and Yugoslavia.                                                      district music chairman, Mrs. der and accompanied by Mrs.
 al) turn out beautifully decorated With her in America is her inal hardware and .knockers is Russell L. Snyder, greeted mem- Joseph Fitting and Mrs. T. A.                                                      TALL LOOK
 and well-kept homes.                190-year-old De Plants violin - famous for its size, carving, bers of the 32 clubs from the Pierce; Rumson Woman's Club,
   The young concert violinist, a made in Italy In 1771. She hopes moulding and trim, and bull's eye district who attended.                    Mrs. Jane E. Miller, director;
 native of Paris, is spending a to do some concert work in this glass.. It opens into a large cen-
year here as the guest of Mr. country during the next eight            ter hall which contains an old Greetings from the federation Woman's Club of Raritan Town-
                                                                                                                                               ship, Miss Joyce Reynolds, ac-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 GOOD LOOK
 and Mrs. Henri Aymonier, Point months but her immediate prob- Dutch kas with painted flower were given by Mrs. Clement companist;                            Keyport     Literary
 Rd.                                lem is to find an accompanist. and fruit decoration which came Stokes, state music chairman, Club, Mrs. George W. Porter, di
                                                                       from the Luyster family of Mid-and Mrs. Daniel W. Follweiler,
   To compound the confusion, A graduate of the Paris Con- dletown. An original Windsor
•ays Miss Beylier, the average servatory of Music, she won a bench also is in the hall.
                                                                                                           fifth district vice president.
                                                                                                                                               rector-accompanist; W o m a n ' s
                                                                                                                                               Club of Asbury Park, Mrs. Joseph
                                                                                                                                                                                                            and FULL VIEW
 American woman manages all grand prize in Darmstadt, Ger-                                                    The National Anthem was led Savage, director-accompanist,
this without domestic help, and many, in 1952, and again In 1953          An interesting framed "Chart by Mrs. Donald B. Stewart, Sr., and Manasquan Woman's Club,
 to top If off keeps herself look- in Paris.                           of ths Bar of Sandy Hook" made southern vice chairman. Mrs. Mrs. George Jorgensen,
                                                                       by an English Army draftsman
                                                                       "Yoni a survey done in 1782,
                                                                                                                                               panist.                                                      ONLY FROM A
  California Artists Take                                              hangs in another room.               Golden Agers                         Vocal duets were presented by
                                                                                                                                               Misses Carol Storer and Julia

                                                                                                                                                                                           DOOR MIRROR
                                                                          Upstairs are two bedrooms also
                                                                       open to the public. Four-poster      To See Film                        Matthews, and Misg Matthews
 Top Wa+ercolor Awards                                                 beds and a trundle bed are
                                                                       among the- furnishings.
                                                                                                                                               and Miss Carpi Fleming of the
                                                                                                              RUMSON — The Golden Age Woman's Club of Laurence Har-
                                                                                                           Club of Red Bank will meet to- bor.
       By MILES A. SMITH            painters living in or near New The Department of the Inte- morrow at 1 p.m. in Congrega-
                                                                       rior, Washington, D. C, has se-                                           Mrs. William Gmler of the Mod-
   Associated Press. Arts Editor York City. There was one New-         lected the Edward Taylor House tion Bnai Israel.
                                    Jersey winner and three winners "as possessing exceptional histor- The program will include a film ern Muses Club of Toms River,
   NEW YORK - California art- from Philadelphia. Another New
                                                                       as being worthy of most careful
                                                                                                           on historic New Jersey by the soprano soloist, was accompanied
ists won the gold and silver medals Jerseyan took honorable mention. ic or architectural interest and Bell Telephone Company.                  by Mrs. Munkittrick.                               #1 Special
of the American Watercolor So-                                                                                                                                                                                 n
ciety at the organization's 94th       Awarded the Rudolf Lesch con- preservation for the benefit of Passover holiday refreshments Mrs. Snyder directed the con-                                     16 x60"
                                    tract and medal was "Old Houses, future generations."                  will be served.                     clusion in a combined chorus of
annual show.
                                                                                                              Assisting will be Mrs. Leon Mil- voices in "Believe Me, If All Those
                                    Algiers," with oblique shadows
   Roy Mason of La Jolla won across the architecture by Avery Marlpit Hall welcomes children. ler, Mrs. Herman Huber, Mrs. Endearing Young Charms," am
                                                                       It is necessary that clubs, scouts
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Door Mirror
the society's gold medal, carry- Johnson of Dover, N.J.                                                                                        "Battle Hymn of the Republic.1
Ing with it a $500 prize with                                          or other groups wishing to toup Jules Huber, Mrs. Harold Komar Mrs. Pierce was accompanist.                                         Full Length
                                                                                                           and Mrs. Harold Berman, Little
"The Banner Queen Trading Everett Sahrbeck of Verona, the museum telephone there and "ilvcr; Mrs. Helen Gogel and Proceeds of the event will bene-                                                   Individually Cartoned
Post."                              N.J., won the society's first hon- make an appointment with Mrs.
                                                                                                           Mrs. Sidney Hodas, Red Bank; fit the Meta Thome Waters Schol-                            with Clips and Screw*
                                    orable mention with "Shore Walter Bowkes, the hostess.
   Donald Teague of Cnrmel was Fires."                                                                     Mrs. Morris Portner, Rumson, arship Fund which provides as-
                                                                          Edward Feltus, 3d, is curator
awarded the silver medal and                                                                               and Mrs. Robert Keller and Mrs.sistance to students majoring in
$300, for "Porlock Weir."                                                                                  Henry Schlosser,(Lincroft.          music- at Douglass College.
   Mason's painting is a view
across a rocky slope toward a                                                                                 To get the most food value                        • BODY. OIL
shacklike structure with a man                                                                             from potatoes, cook them in their
working near the building.                                                                                 jackets with as little water as                      • HAIR OIL
   "Porlock Weir" is a study of
boats at low tide against a wall,
                                                                                                           possible. Don't overcook potatoes.
                                                                                                           When cooked only until done, they
                                                                                                                                                                • FACE OIL
                                                                                                                                                    MID'S HAIR CLINIC
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Special #2
with a cluster of gray atone
houses above.
                                                                                                           are at their best In taste, food
                                                                                                           value and appearance.
                                                                                                                                                  M W. Front St., Red Bank                         Metal Frame
   The show, opening at the Na-
tional Academy of Design with
                                                                                                                                                                                                    16"x 60"
a reception tonight will conclude
on April 23. With 431 paintings
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Door Mirror
hung,, it is larger than usual.
Landscapes and seascapes pre-
                                                                                                                          Full Line of                                                                     Full Length
                                                                                                                                                                                                     Individually Cartoned
dominate.                                                                                                              Old World Quality                                                            with Clips and Screws
   Of the 24 awards, 11 went to

     Easter Baptism
  RIVER PLAZA — Robert Fran-
cis Clxyton, infant son of Mr.
and Mrs. Francis Clayton, Man-
ning PI., was baptized Sunday
at the Easter service in Ocean-
                                                                                                                      Including . . .
                                                                                                                      • Welsswurst • Bockwurst • Klelbasa
                                                                                                                      • Mettwurst      • Westphalian Ham
                                                                                                                                                                                            ATLANTIC GLASS CO
                                                                                                                                                                                                           "Glait and Mirrors in Every Siio You Can Break"
port Methodist Church, Rev. Don-                                                                                            . , . and many Imported
ald Higby officiated.                                                                                                          German specialties.
                                                                                                                                       Special                                               21 MAPLE AVENUE                                           1813 ST. HWY. 71
         NEW PLEDGE
                                                                                                                                                                                               RED BANK                                                    BELMAR
  GROVE CITY, Pa. — Miss Pa          SPRING HOLIDAY—Mil's Margaret Walsh, left, of 101                                Skinless FrankSHomemadelb 59c f S                                                                                                     Sd. of 18th Ave.
tricia Ann Laine, daughter of                                                                                                                                                                    Corner Whit* Street
                                     Patterson Ave,, Shrewsbury, was a recent' vjsitor to
Mr. and Mrs, Frank F. Laine,                                                                                                                                                                      and Maple Avenue                                          Highway 71 (4N)
Powne Rd., Middletown, N. J.,        Bermuda. With her companion, Misi Janice W. Wer-
has been pledged to Gamma Chi        ner of Metuchen, she was a guest at Sherwood Manor,                                                                                                   Tel. SHadyside 7-2020
•orority at Grove City College,      Pembroke Parish. Both are on the office staff of the
                                                                                                                         SAUSAGE KITCHEN
the Is a freshman, majoring In                                                                                       134 M O N M O U T H ST. SH 1*4456 RED BANK
ilementary education.                Katharine Gibbt School, New York City*                                                                                                                                              Open All Day Saturday
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                diello, Crestvlew Dr., are vaca-
 10_We<]nes<3ay, April 5, 1961           RED BANK REGISTER                                                   Old Manor should be thought or
                                                                                                                                                           "ASTRO-GUIDE                      1                                            Fairvieiv '                           tioning in Hollywood, Fla.

     REAL ATMOSPHERE                  land, and Cole went off to absor
                                      proper Gaelic atmosphere for 1
                                                                                   LETTERS                    as the primary reason for the
                                                                                                             filing of a candidate. There Is
                                                                                                              no doubt that the homeowner in
                                                                                                                                                                                    For Thursday, April 6
                                                                                                                                                                                                               By Ceean                     Recent guest of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Stavola,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Jaylord Barto, Cooper Rd., was Jr., Chapel Hill Rd., have re-
  NEW YORK (AP) - Jack Cole days in the hamlet of Cong. Thi                         (Continued)              Old Manor has some problems
                                                                                                              particular to him ranging from                                                                                             their daughter, Mrs. Charles Stir- turned from a Florida vacation.
Is using first-hafld information same village was used for back lems of our citizens and then fol- roads to water supply. However,                      P r e s e n t — F o r You a n d ,                                                rup of Watchung.
to choreograph and direct "Don-       grounds in the 1952 prize - win lowing up with action designed to these are physical problems, not                Yours . . . Home is preferred
                                      ning film "The Quiet Man," thsatisfy their needs is not rep-                                                      over travel now. Sticktofcusi-                                                                                             Miss Cathy Moon, Cooper Rd.,
nybrook!" for Broadway.                                                                                       political ones,/ and should be                                                                                                Mrs. Madeline Pabst, Anflover celebrated her 16th birthday
                                      story of which is the basis fo resentation, then I am not sure of treated as such.                                nets rather than day-dream.
  The new musical is about Ire-       "Donnybrook."                     the definition of the word.                                                                                                                                      St., celebrated her birthday Sat- March 24.
                                                                                                                Thirdly, I do nor like to think         Even though * change of some                                                     urday with a family gathering In
                                                                          Secondly, I am opposed today, of votes or winning elections in                sort looks promising on the sur-                                                 her home.
                                                                        as I always have been, as a mat-terms of voting blocks where the                face, it might be ill-advised from                                                                                         Spitsbergen, an island group
                                                                        ter of good government, to con-inference is that these groups can
             GRAMAN'S                                                                                        b
                                                                        sidering Holmdel as two, three or ^ e ^ e d ' a s a unitto"swine l
                                                                                                                               j {      ]
                                                                                                                                                        a long-range point of view. Don't
                                                                                                                                                        make impulsive decision now as
                                                                        even four distinct sections. It is tlons. It seems to me that in our judgment is adversely affected
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Guck- 400 miles north of Norway, Is
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         ert, 39 David Ter., are on a va-       believed to have bean discovered
          VACUUM AND APPLIANCE PARTS CO.                                                                                                                                                                                                 cation trip to Germany and by Vikings in 1191 Few Euro-
                                                                        my belief that residents of country today, every voter should                   by negative radiations.                                                            witzerland.                          peans knew it existed until it
    54 MONMOUTH STREET.                        RED BANK. N. J . Crawford's Comer, the Village, be considered as an Individual                                                                                                                                                    was rediscovered in 1596 by
                                                                        Old-Manor, Hailet or CenterviHe not as a member of a block of
                         PHONE SH 7-5623                                are all citizens of Holmdel equal- votes. This can never be more Past • •. Passenger auto imports Future • • • Parents will be dc- Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Nar- Dutch explorer Willem Barents.
                                                                        ly and aside from some differ- important than at the local level,' (includieg a few used can) de- lighted with s scuff-proof shoe,
                  AUTHORIZED                                            ence in physical problems every' where public officials are so                                                                  n
        HOOVER—SALES AND SERVICE                                        one has the same stake in Holm- close to the people they repre- dined from a peak of 694,000 ">° «° **. »yaiUble for the

                                                                        del's future and the same right se nt. it is my opinion that the                j .«--. .               , . , . ^ 1 . younger set A new leather,
                 NEW AND REBUILT CLEANERS                               to speak out about it. When theperson who should win, Is the in 1959 to around 450,000 >a phati% treated with methane, is

                     •       REPAIRS ON            •                    present residents In the Old Man- person who can best represent               j I960, duetostepped npAmeri- Impervious t o rough use, and
                                                                        or homes first moved into Holm- the individual members of the                         compact ear production, will give seven times the wear of
          GE - HOOVER - ELECTROLUX, etc.                                del, they expressed many times community and not the person                                                               ordinary leather.
            IRONS VACUUMS                      TOASTERS                 the hope that they would be ac- w n 0 can merely swing the big {                                    .The Day Under Your Sign
                                                                        cepted as members of the com-|gest influence with various blocks                                                          LIBRA ( toOcf.2J)          •'
               PERCOLATORS                MIXERS, etc.                  munity and not as outsiders. I of votes.                                       AMES (Ion Mart). 21 to April If)
                                                                                                                                                       You'll need understanding* and fore- Don't vzpect more of otheis than you
                             PARTS FOR                                  agree with this wholeheartedly This question of representation bearsaee to cope with domestic sitna. •f» wilting to do yourtelf. XU rtaton-
                                                                        and have done everything possi- is becoming one of the most ur- TAURUS (April 20 to May 20)
                                                                                                                                                                                                 SCORPIO (Ocf.23toNov.2t)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     for the small investor
   VACUUMS WASHERS                           DRYERS IRONS ble to help the natural process gent problems in our nation. I tarn ferce la getting your way effective Statements concerning financial propo-
                                                                                                                                                        Dipbmacr will prove more                                                                              The small investor usually has less experience than
                                                                        and I feel badly now that the do not believe that you can ade-                                                  at none. Mtlen. can be costly if misunderstood.                       the large investor. Consequently, he often needs
   RANGES TOASTERS MIXERS LAMPS, etc. fact that a person comes from
                                                                                                              quately represent anyone by GEMINI (May 21 to Junall)                              SA61TTARIUS (Nor. 22 to Dae. 21)
                                                                                                                                                       Point out erron of another tactfully in Encouragement win prove more effec.                            more help. Here at Thomson & McKinnon he can
                                                                                                           j quietly sitting in the meetings of order to avoid hurt feelings.                     live than criticism in family dispute.
            •^T      ^r         ^F        w 1
                                                  ^r        ^w^      ^r        ^r        w        w    4   1 governing bodies or by avoiding CANCER (Juno 22 to July 21)                         CAPRICORN ( D e c 22 to J«t. 2b)                                Awidely-experienced account executive will gladly
                                                                                                                                                                                                 A good day for
                                                                                                           I public discussion of all sides of Be oniet about finance*. A friend mar A good day f< job achievement. Yoi

           I0NM0UTH MEATS
                                                                                                                                                                                                 any get a trell-deserved cofnplimrtit.                       supply information which will enable you to decide
                                                                                                           I public questions by the means of sake advantage and try to borrow from ~~           AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Fob. 19)                Writt for
                                                                                                           I conference government. To me                           « . . .     ...                                                                           how much you might wisely invest. He'll also help
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Conflict with youngsters is denoted.       our current
                                                                                                           I representing Is being available                        22 to Aug. 21)                Try to see things their way.                                you make the best selection of securities for your
                                                                                                                                                                   juit what i i cotniDK u yoo.                                           Investment Report
                                                                                                           I to the public in being ready in                        O
                                                                                                                                                                   D OK tO expect more.                                                                       particular needs.

                                                                                                           I the governing body to express Poo I IMIK on hailng you e r a way                               f you a»oid 'knowi                                   You can have confidence in his guidance, for ha
                                                                                                           I their opinions and in sponsoring          j u t <• atow yoor authofitj.                                                          /
      110 MONMOUTH ST.                                 SH 1-5292                         RED BANK          I legislation to enact what they                                                                                                                   represents a firm that has rendered reliable broker-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              age service for over 75 years. Drop in for consulta-
                                                                                                           I need and want Regardless of the
                             OPEN FRIDAYS TILL 9 P. M .                                                    II section of the township in which                                                                                                                tion. No obligation on your part.
                                                                                                           III happen to live, it Is my belief

     Fully trimmed-cutto order-seasoned
                              I—cut t o order—seasoned BBMW ^Mk,
                                                                                                           I that I have acted in accordance
                                                                                                           I with these ideas during the past
                                                                                                           1 three years and I freely pledge
                                                                                                                                                        Unemployment Hits                                                                THOMSON & MSKINNON
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                9 Memorial Parkway, Long Branch CA 2-4310

                              STEAKS 7 9
                                                                                                           || myself to continue to do so if re-
                                                                                                                                                        Canada's Provinces                                                                          301 Main Street, Allenhiirst • KE 1-3500
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         2 Broadway, New York • HAnover 2-5100

     Sirloin                                                                                                                   Edwin Liebenow

                                                                                                                   RISING SCHOOL COSTS
                                                                                                                                                      OTTAWA (AP) — Unemploy-                     ike our sister provinces, we an
                                                                                                                                                   ment has hit every region In nable to substantially chang"
                                                                                                                                                   Canada, and 719,000 workers— conomic conditions that are na-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Sheraton-East Hotel, New York • Phot 5-8190

                                                                                                                             Long Branch, N.J. 11.3 per cent of the country's la- ional in character."
     LEAN - TENDER                                                                                         ||To the Editor:                        bor force—are out of work.
                                                                                                                The Parent-Teacher movement Every province has been af-

     CHUCK ROAST                                                                                           Jlhas become aware of a real dan- fected differently, adding to the
                                                                                                           Ijger that threatens the quality of difficulties of national officials
                                                                                                           lour educational system in New
                                                                                                           I Jersey. Higher and higher costs tackling the problem.
                                                                                                           • for expanding the facilities of our Seasonal layoffs in the fishing
                                                                                                           I school districts to meet the needs and logging industries have rock-
                                                                                                                                                                                                DISCOUNT PRICH
     Swift's Premium-Butterball-20 to 22 Ib.
            t's Premium-Butterball-20 to 22 Ib.                                 jm        ppj              l o t the rising school population eted Newfoundland's jobless to
                                                                                                          I has put severe pressure on the staggering 26.4 per cent—yet
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Thurs., Fri., and Sat. Only
                                                                                                           I traditional sources of money to the island's biggest retail store
  "OVEN                                                                                                    I pay for these facilities.' It is felt reports sales slightly up.
                                                                                                           IIthat tome definite action, is nec-              Employees Get Trip
  .READY                                                                                                   I essary at this point.                    British Columbia is having dif-
                                                                                                           II T h e Long Branch Council of ficulties like the rest of the coun-
                                                                                                           I Parent-Teacher Associations h a s try but the aluminum town of
     BONELESS - AGED and SEASONED f^                                                       -J^            || arranged a public meeting a t Kitimat on the northwest coast
                                                                                                             which a panel o f experts o n the     has more jobs than men to,fill

                                                                                                          IImatter will discuss the' precise them. The union is arranging a
                                                                                                          I problems facing u s and also to charter flight abroad for 135 em-
                                                                                                          I outline t h e methods by which the ployees while one plant is shut
                                                                                                          I problems m a y be* solved. N e w down for repairs.
                                                                                                          II Jersey residents owe it to them- In the lush fruit-growing Okan-

                                                                                                          I selves as citizens of their com- agan Valley, manager A. G.
                                                                                                             muaities and as parents to be- Thomas of the local employment
                                                                                                          I come informed on all aspects of service office says the reason
                                                                                                                                                                                                          SAVE $1.72                                      Specially Priced!
                                                                                                          I this very important matter. The more people got jobless insur-

     LOIN of PORK                                                                                         [Long Branch Council"invites all ance benefits this winter was that
                                                                                                          I Monmouth County residents to at- there was a good fruit season
                                                                                                          [tend this meeting with their last year.
                                                                                                          I friends and neighbors. Everyone "A good summer means a bad
                                                                                                          I should come prepared to ask
                                                                                                          I questions of the panel members. winter," he says. "A unique sit-
                                                                                                          iThey will find that the informa- uation." The good 1960 season,
     3 lbs. Lean Chopped Beef                                             LEAN GROUND FRESH Ition received can be used'as a he explained, allowed more per-
                                                                                                           I basis for discussion in their own sons to qualify for benefits.

                                                                             CHUCK                         || communities.                                    Grocery Store, Hit
                                                                                                                The meeting will be held In In populous Quebec Province,

     5 lbs.LAMB STEW                                                          CHOP
                                                                                                           I the Long Branch High, School with about 260,000 idle out of
                                                                                                           I auditorium at 8 p.m., on Tues- working force of 1,798,000, small
                                                                                                           II day, April II.                       grocery stores are experiencing                                                       White Pique

     3 lbs.Short Ribs Beef                                                                                           Eugene Sigel
                                                                                                                     Vice President
                                                                                                                     Long Branch Council of
                                                                                                                                                   difficulties and many are giving
                                                                                                                                                   credit only to their oldest cus-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             HALF SLIPS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          and Prints

                                                                                                                                                                                                    Short SleeVe
                                                                                                                     Parent-Teacher Association Two big grocery chains have
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          27           C
     3 lbs: PORK SAUSAGE
                                                                                                                                                   announced plans to build "dis                                                                                Choose from
                                                                                                                                                   count stores" to attract bargain-
                                                                                                                 No problem finding tenants conscious food shoppers. But in
                                                                                                            I when you advertise The Register Montreal big department and su
                                                                                                              way.—Advertisement.                  permarket stores report business
                                                                                                                                                                                                  SPORT SHIRTS                                                  man/ styles

                                                                                                                                                    s holding up.
                                                                                                                                                      In sprawling Ontario, where the
                                                                                                                                                     itest figures showed 202,000
                                                                                                                                                   w o r k e r s Idle out of around
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Boys' 2-Piece                                        SAVE $9.22
                                                                                                                                                   2.1 million, a half dozen cities
                                                    vy                                                                                             are In trouble. The automobile-
                                                                                                                                                   making centers of Windsor and
                                                                                                                                                   Oshawa have had layoffs, and
                                                                                                                                                   Cornwall's textile industry has
                                                                                                                                                                                                         SLACK                                                Foam Backed
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                High Piled
                                                                                                                                                   run Into difficulties, partly from
                                                                                                                                                   Japanese competition.
                                                                                                                                                            Uranium Market Drops
                                                                                                                                                      The bottom fell out of the
                                                                                                                                                   uranium market and hundreds at
                                                                                                                                                                                                           Sixes T fo 6X—Reg. $2.98                               RUG
                                                                                                                                                   Elliot Lake are looking for jobs.                                                                            Regularly

                                                                                                                                                  The provincial government is
                                                                                                                                                   planning to build a reform insti-
                                                                                                                                                   tution to provide jobs but many
                                                                                                                                                   home-owners have packed up
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Sale                         22                        $28.88
                                                                                                                                                   and left town.                                        Only!                                                       Limited
                                                                                                                                                      But in Toronto, the nation's sec-
                                                                                                                                                   ond largest city and capital of
                                                                                                                                                   Onatario, department store sales
                                                                                                                                                   are holding up. One executive re-
                                                                                                                                                   ported business was about the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           COTTON YARD GOODS
                                                                                                                                                   same as last year.
                                                                                                                                                      A similar contrast Is noted In
                                                                                                                                                   Nova Scotia. Sydney is hard hit,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Worth Far More!
                                                                                                                                                   with merchants reporting busi-
                                                                                                                                                   ness about 10 per cent below the
                                                                                                                                                   average for this time of year.
                                                                                                                                                             "National In Character'
                                                                                                                                                      Halifax, with water front ac-
                                                                                                                                                   tivity steady and construction
                       The Volkswagen Sedan:                                         The Volkswagen Station Wagon:                                 high, lists about 800 more em-
                                                                                                                                                   ploved than at the same time In
                If started the small car revolution.                                      Will history repeat Itself?                              I960.                                                Women'
                                                                                                                                                      Seasonal layoffs are always a                     Blue, White?
                                                                                                                                                   big problems, in Canada. There
                                                                                                                                                   are widespread predictions that
                                                                                                                                                   the job outlook will gci heft"- H
                                                                                                                                                                                                    CANVAS SHOE SAU!
                                                                                                                                                   many regions after the severe                          Black Hi-Cuts
         The VW Station Wagon is as unique in concept os the VW               Ths VW Station Wagon shares oil the mechanical ond                   winter.                                                                  Youth*'
      Sedan. It's a good 4 tt. shorter than conventional wagonj yet        economy 'natures o( Iho VW Sedan—right down to the                         New Brunswick's Premier Lou-
      It holds a gopd deal more. An upright bureau of on open              remarkable air-cooled roar engine that can't freeze or over-            fs Robichaud summed up the gen-
      playpen slide In easily through the extra-wide side doors.           heat because It doesn't vie water. Best of all. It costs                eral situation when he told his                        Oxfords Child'!

      Nlns big people or an army of kids (it in nicely.                    hundreds of dollars less than conventional wagons, gets                 legislature that unemployment                          Wotnen'$ 6-12
         It's fun to drive. Slips through heavy traffic. Zips through
      mow and Ice and mud as if it had chains on. Parks In small
                                                                           more miles to the gallon, doesn't go out of style every year.
                                                                               Drive a now Volkswagen Station Wagon today. See- why,
                                                                                                                                                   continues a major problem "but,                        4-9
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          39c to 49c yd.
      spaces. (It's only 9 inches longer than the VW Sedan.)                ' wo believe, history wi'f/ repeat itself.                                    JEWISH DAYS SURVEYED
                                                                                                                                                          NEW YORK (AP)-A studv of
                                                                                                                                                        Jewish holidays, called "Sab-
                                                                                                                                                                                                     Toddlerf 3-8                                                                                        yd
                                                                                                                                                        baths and Festivals In Oho Mod-
                                   Shrewsbury Motors, Inc.                                                                                              ern Age," by Rabbi Dr. Eman-
                                                                                                                                                        uel Rackman, has been published
                                                                                                                                                        by Yeshiva University.                    MONMOUTH SHOPPING CENTER - Eatontown Circle, Eatontown
                                             Shrewsbury Avenue                                                                                                                                   OPEN: Mon., Wed., Thurs. & Frl. 'til 9:30 p.m. • Tuei. & Sot. 'til 6 p.m.
                                                                                                                                                          Scholars believe the kingdom of
                                                                                                                                                        Ethiopia was established when
                                     Shrewsbury, N. J.       LI 2-1400                                                                                  Athens was In lt» infancy. Homer                          S. S. KRESGE COMPANY
                                                                                                                                                        called the Ethiopians "the fur-
                                                                                                                                                        therest of mankind."
DENNIS THE MENACE                               WKEtmm                                                    ans of Foreign Wars, Mrs. Ste- A letter was read concerning auxiliary for the flowers she re- RED BANK REGISTER                                                       Wednesday, April 5,1961—11
                                                                         Installation                     phen H. Faller, last week an- the fifth annual Loyalty Day pa-
                                                                                                          nounced that officers of the post rade to be held Sunday, May T,
                                                                                                                                                                              ceived while a patient in Mon-
                                                                                                                                                                              mouth Medical Center. Get well tray party and a pollyanna secret                                     William Henry Harrison de-
                                                                          or Post                         and auxiliary will be installed at Asbury Park. Members were
                                                                                                          Saturday, April 22, at the gram- also reminded of the district hos-
                                                                                                                                                                              cards were sent to Mrs. Henry pal party were held.
                                                                                                                                                                                                               The birthdays of Mrs. Charles
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                livered the longest Presidential
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                inaugural in history, consisting
                                                                                                          mar school auditorium.            pital party to be held at Marl- Roemmele, auxiliary member,                                                                         of nearly 8,500 words.
                                                                         Auxiliary Set                      Mrs. John L. Dedrick, presi- boro State Hospital.                 and to Edward A. Kwik, com-
                                                                                                                                                                                                              Quast, Mrs. Frances Gannon and
                                                                                                                                                                                                              Mrs. Edward A. Kwik were cele-
                                                                                                          dent-elect, reported on the card A note was received from Mrs. mander of the post, a patient brated. Mrs. Vivian Sanborn was                                           No problem finding tenants
                                                                           HIGHLANDS - The president party of which she was chair- Katherine B. Johnson, auxiliary at the Monmouth Medical Center, in charge.                                                                   when you advertise The Register
                                                                         if the Ladles' Auxiliary, Veter-                                   patriotic instructor, thanking the Following the meeting, a tricky The auxiliary meets Tuesday.                                     way.—Advertisement.

                                                                                      THERE ARE SWEET CASH SAVINGS I N STORE FOR YOU ALL MONTH!

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                                                                                                                                                FAMOUS                             ( C j — - ^ NATURALLY-AGED

                                                                                                                  We want all our customers to share in the BIG SAVINGS—so A&P's great "Super-Right"
 Mrs. Pollock  Allied Officers                                                                                    Quality Naturally Aged Beef Sale is still on! And there's plenty to go around—plenty of
                                                                                                                  that Naturally-Aged grain-fed steer beef in avariety of your favorite cuts. All at low, low
 Heads Crusade Touring Fort                                                                                       sale prices, of course. Select more and save more. Do it today! Come s e e . . . You'll Save!
                                       FORT MONMOUTH — Eleven                          Berber's
 For Cancer                         topranking Army officials from
                                    five Allied countries are on                      Baby Foods                  SHORT CUT                                                                   (First Cuts Priced Dlgkir)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Top Sirloin Roast
   UNION BEACH — The loca four-day tour of Fort Monmouth,
                                                                                                                                                                                                           c                                          C

                                                                                                                  RIBS D E C r •» . J T , •*> OT«. |^ |,
                                                                                   Strained          Chappad                                                                                                                                                                                   Soiulan
 cancef campaign committee met
 in the Boating and Pishing Club,
                                       The Allied military personnel
                                    are from France, Korea/Mexico,               10-99° 6i"*89°                                                               l
                                                                                                                                                   D E E E Rga C O                                               »""- A O RlimpRodst
 Union Ave., to plan its crusade                                                                                                          -
                                    Spain and Thailand.
   The Boating and Fishing club
 has donated the use of its hal
                                        France's representatives an
                                                                                 M&M's Candy                      TOR or BOTTOM-BONELESS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           liew          rt oll$t
 for committee headquarters.
   Mrs. Albert Pollock, 199 Union
                                     Brig. Gen. Aime Jean Rebillt
                                    and Brig. Gen. Jean Albert Da-              Coated Chocolate                                                    Cross Rib Roast   85;
                                                                                                                  ROUND ROAST
                                    vid. General Rebbille is signal of-
 Ave., is chairman of the drive.
 Mrs. George Hecklemann, 708
                                     ficer of the First Military Re-
                                     gion at Paris. The latter Is com-
                                                                                                                                                 c Rib Steaks         69'                                  No Fit

 Brook Ave., will serve as secre-                                                                                                                                                                          Added
                                     mandant of the signal school al
                                     Montargis.           _                                                                                      * Top Sirloin Steak 8 9 !
- Other committee aides are Mrs.
 William Aumack, Mrs. William Three officers from Korea «re
 Rodgers, Mrs. Albert Kingeter, Col. Youngkee Chang, dlvisio
 Mrs. Frank Schaden, Mrs. Sam- chief in the office of the chief
 uel Weir, Mrs. Frank Breining signal officer; Col. Namkwan
 Mrs. Bernard O'Brien, Mrs. How- Kim, commander of the 50Zd Lon
                                                                                  Chinese Dinner
                                                                                   M..<I.H "'/.o^eje
                                                                                                                  POT ROAST                      c Minute Steak - -
                                                                                                                                                    Chuck Steaks ™
                                                                                                                                                                                                   CHUCK'                                             ib

                                                                                                                  CALIFORNIA H*»
 ard Smith, Mrs. Arthur Fleck, Lines Signal Group, and Col. Han-                                   pig. " "
 Mrs. Charles Ruby, Mrs. John jong Yu, chief of plans and train-
 Monahan, Mrs. James Donnelly, jng-division, office of the chief                         La Rosa
                                                                                                                                                 * Shoulder Steaks
 Mrs. Charles Puschel and Mrs.
 Andrew Adamecs.
                                    signal officer.
                                       Col. Roque Martinez Madrigal,                    Spaghetti                                                "• Top Round Steaks
                                                                                                                  SIRLOIN STEAKS M e Cubed Steaks 99,?
   Mrs. Pollock announced tha chief of the fourth section signal
 more workers are needed. Per- department, and Capt. Enrique
 sons wishing to donate their serv- Granados Lastiri, chief of train-
                                                                                 TWnor      a) lib.
                                                                               RafiilarStyla * pkgt.
                                                                                                            £10                                     Chicken Steak                                                                                                                                   p C K u l

 ices, she said, should contact her ing for the fourth section signal
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      lb                                           Bontlaii
 or Mrs. Hecklemann.                department, are from Mexico.
                                                                                 Palmollve Soap
         Lucky Find

  Printed Pattern
                                       Representatives from S p a i n
                                    are Lt. Col. Luis Louro Barbeito,
                                    instructor, engineer school of ap-
                                    plication, and Lt. Col. Enrique
                                    Gomales Cobeno, Signal Battal-
                                                                                       Fer and bath
                                                                                                                  PORTERHOUSE M Stewing Beef
                                                                                                                                                 e Ground Chuck       65«
                                                                                                                                                      Front Cuti Straight Cuts       BoDlIlM Brisk*!
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Front Cud Straight CuH
                                    ion commanding officer in the
                                    Ilth Division.
                                                                                                                  Brisket Beef                           59,t 79,? Corned Beef                                            59179;Soup Beef    —      45.'
                                      The chief signal officer of Thai           Palmolive Soap
                                    land, Brig. Gen. Suravardhaus
                                    Subhajaya, and his chief of the
                                                                                      falMtMY for « » bath                                                                                                                       Ground Beef *•**-' 45°
                                                                                                                     SLICED BACON
                                    pictorial division, signal depart-
                                    ment, Col. Jushnayodhin Prawat                                                                                                                   Tep Quality—Sugar Cured 11b.
                                    are the other two allied visitors                                                                                                                    Super-Right Brand   pkg.                                              Fresh Fruits & Vegetables!

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                                                              693                                                 SACRAMENTO TJ 2 59
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                                                                                                                  B*M BAKED BEANS 2 45                                                                                                                        Dilloleit Wttttrn

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Red Apples                              2 29C

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                                                                                                                  CUT WAX BEANS 4 49
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                                                                                                                  Peas & Carrots 2 39 Sweet Peas                             C                                                   "   «   •

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Asparagus F"h 2 b 49C
                                                                               2 T 29° 2 >? 39«                                                                                                                                                               Frath—StlKlid
                                                                                                                  Applesauce M T 3 •.: 49 e Preserves
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              String Beans                                       19 C
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                                                                                                                  Keebler Saltine Crackers P V;  Junket Rennetc " ^                                                         3 ^ 37« Potatoes                                             AE
                                                                                                                  Greenwood Red Cabbage 2                                  43*      Kraft's Margarine h
                                                                                            Trend                 Contadina Tomato Paste 2                        cam      23=      Yuban Instant Coffee                                                                More     Grocery Buys!
                                                                                  Far dlihai and fin* fibrici
                                                                                                                  Pillsbury Flour Mf^- 5                           Ib.
                                                                                                                                                                  ba,      55*      Gravymaster *"                                                          Chili Sauce     A™ p.,. • »
   Sew-it-in-a-Day Dress — no                                                   Twin Pad   4 larga O A
waist seams, fitting problems, or                                             IWadtogafhar * pr 5 i. W                                                                                                                                                      Assorted Cereals *»-*•»•»»'j
fussy detailsl Choose a cheerful,
washable print to wear at home,
                                                                                                                                                  Jane Parker — THIS WEEK SAVE 12c                                                                          TOmatO SOUP                  A"nPa,a           .) "^
                                                                                    Hudson                                                                                                                                                                                                                     l6
                                                                                                                                                  CHERRY PIE 53c
shopping, or working.
  Printed Pattern 9236: Half                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Golden Honey                                           ;;
Sizes 14V5, 16i/2, 181/J, 20>/2, 22'/,,
24'/2. Size 16'/2 takes 4 yards 35- Put your toaster in the dog-
                                                                                  Toilet Tissue                                                                                                                                                             Stuffed Olives u ^ S
lnch, fabric.                           house—it's a clever cover, both
  Send FIFTY CENTS (coins) protective and amusing!                                    : r J *»"-49o                                               Take juicy, tart-sweet cherries, cradle them in a flaky-light crust and you have                          Vanilla Extract , £ L"23°
for this pattern — add 10 cents Delightful doghouse—a toasti
lor each pattern for first-class cover! One pattern piece plu:                      Super Suds
                                                                                                                                                  Jane Parker's Cherry Pie. So good, youM be proud to say you baked it yourself
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Noxon Metal Polish
mailing. Send to Marian Martin, ears for pup, roof of scraps
The Red Bank Register, Pattern tops easy-sew "House." Pattern
Dept., 232 West 18th St., New
                                                                                     Detergent                         Almond Ring                                  45 e Jelly Roll                                  3 69                                   Rose-X Fluffy Rinse Scolf
                                        693; transfer; pattern pieces.       with le eft labal
York 11, N. Y. Print plainly Send Thirty-five cents (coins'
name, address with zone, size 'or this pattern—add 10 cen
and style number.                       for each pattern for lst-clasi
  100 FASHIONS FINDS-the best, mailing. Send to Laura Wheelei
                                                                                                                             Frozen Food Buys!
                                                                                                                  Iwtnion's Brand—Bief, Chlokin, Turkay or Park
                                                                                                                                                                                     A&P's Dairy                Department
                                                                                                                                                                                     Wildmart Brand—Brown and Whlla
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Buys!            60FFEEMILLFIAV0R
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  FBESH-GROUND FLAVOR
newest, most beautiful Printed care of The Red Bank Registei
                                                                                    Silver Dust                                                                      r        c                            SaUcr   ,             I dot.               C
Patterns     for Spring-Summer, Needleeraft Dept.. P.O. Box 16
1961. See them all in our brand- Old Chelsea Station, New. York                        Blua DtUrgtnt
                                                                                                                  T.V. Dinners                               /X'. 55C Large Eggs                          Qualify  i              ctn..          97               YOU CANT GET IN A CAN!
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          RED CIRCLE
new Color Catalog. Send 35c now! 1, N.Y. Print plainly Pattern
                                                                                                                  Dole's Pineapple Juice 2           37                             Sliced American P.,^'           -•57°                                       1-LB.                  3-LB. IAG
                                        number, name, address and zone.                                                                                                                                                 C
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      MARINE GRADUATES                    JUST OFF THE PRESSI Send
  COLTS NECK — Marine Sgt. now for our exciting, new 196!
                                                                                  pig."           pig.
                                                                                                                  Orange Juice        "" 2                                          Domestic Blue Cheese o'2f -73                                               BAG

George K. Davis, son of Mr. and         Needlecraft Catalog. Over 125 de
Mrs. George F. Davis of 25 Lake signs to crochet, knit/sew, em                        Vel                         Mortons Meat Pies ^-I'.r 4
                                                                                                                                                     85ee                           Imported Provolone                                           lb
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Dr. was graduated from the Sec-broider, quilt, weave — fashions,
ond Marine Division's Non-Com- tiomcfurnishings,            toys,   gifts,     Liquid Detergent                   Dinner Redy Turkey Slices ;;39                                    Danish Princess 'chV:;1.'^.0."1                                            mm n O'CLOCK
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missioncd Officers' Leadership iazar hits. Plus FREE—instruc
School recently at Camp Lejeune, ions for six smart veil caps.                                   .22 oi.
                                                                                                                  Milady's Blintzes %%f              39«
N. C.                                   Hurry, send 25c now!                    pla.ti.*1         pla.»ic
                                                                                                                  Birds Eye Artichoke Hearts ;;;49°                                 Kraft'sParty Snacks,;..,2                                                             Tltt GREAT ATUNTK & PAOftC TEA COMTANY, I N C

                   RED BANK'S ONLY                                                     Scotties                   Birds Eye Corn on the Cob r 2 t:'31                               Gruyere Cheese . . ^ K L .                                                                [uper (Markets
                                                                                                                  Birds Eye Mixed Fruit                                             Dannon's Yogurt ":„•,: 2          37«                                                     tWIRIOl DIP(»D«U IO0D MIXHIHt SINtl I I H

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                                                                                        pg                        Birds Eye Rhubarb           16 oi. OQ
                                                                                                                                               pi,. «W
                                                                                                                                                                               0    Fresh Milker 2r55                                                       Pricci effective through Saturday, April 8th
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            in Super Markets and Self-Service itorei only.
           FOR FURS A N D WINTER              WOOLENS                                  •f400

                                                                                      121 Monmouth Strait, RED BANK                                                         Route 35. EATONTOWN
                                                                                                                                                                         Tuesdays and Thursdays 'til 9 p. in.                                               Highway 36, PORT MONMOUTH
                                                                                  Complete Liquor Department In rials Store. . '                                               Fridays Until 10 p. rm                                                 Tuesdays. Wednesdays and Thursdays Until 9 p. m.
                                                                             Open MOB. «n<t rhurt. 'til I •>. m. Friday* Until 10 p. m.
            LEON'S                                                                     Highway 36. KEANSBURG
                                                                                                                                                           Prospect Ave. & Church St., LIHLE SILVER
                                                                                                                                                           Popular Brands ot Beer and Alb In This Supcrmarkc
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Mom, Wed., rhura. 'til j> p. m.; Fridays 'til IB p. m.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        1S9 Newman Sprlngi Rd.. SHREWSBURY
   WHITE ST.                S H 7-2800                RED BANK                  Open Mondayi, Tuesdays, Wed., Thurs. 'tU 9 p. m.                            Open Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays                                                        Fridays Until 10 p. m.,
                                                                                           Frldayt Until 10 p. m.                                                 Until 9 p. m.; Fridays Until 10 p. m.                                                           at Shrewsbury Ave.
12—Wednesday, April 5,1961   RED BANK REGISTER


                      I                           DISCOUNT ON
                                                  ALL SAFEWAY
                                                       II      «
                                                                                                                        There's no place but Safeway for
                                                                                                                                                                                             Superb Meats!
                                         21 Meals
                                                (7 Days)
                                                                          Select Your Own Specials!
                                           From These
                                                and Save                                 3 Million Pounds of Meat on Sale!
                                                                                                   Beef-Lamb-Pork-Poultry-Smoked Meats-Fresh Sea Food
                                                                                           W e Guarantee:                                "Meat   De
                                                                                                                                                      Partrnent    items wi
                                                                                                                                                                               " b* s o 'd a t 10% below our regular everyday
                                                                                                                                 ' prices . . . WE ALSO CERTIFY regular prices have not been raised to ac-
                                                                                                                                   commodate this spectacular eventl
                                                                                                                                   All meats will be cut and displayed for your selection according 1o the strict
                                          Lamb Chops                                                                               policies of BEST VALUE for which Safeway meats are famous . . . You must
                                                                                                                                   be completely satisfied with your purchase OR your MONEY BACK I
                                          Leg ''0 Lamb
                                          Lamb Roast

                                         Canned Hams
                                                                                                                                                                            Del Monte & Safeway Bring You a Great
                                          Pork Chops                                                                                                                         Big Annual Cupboard Stocking Event!!
                                          Pork Loins
                                             Fryers                      Sweet Peas                                                                           Def Monte
                                                                                                                                                             Early Garden                5           17 o r
                                                                                                                                                                                                      cans    1.00
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Tomato Catsup
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Del Monte Peaches Slk»d *m X T '
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Whole Apricots
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Hohwor M M . A A ,

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           4'It 1.00
                                             Bacon                       Cream Corn                                                                      or Whole Kernel
                                                                                                                                                            Del Monte                    5           17 oz.
                                                                                                                                                                                                      cans    1.00                      Orange Juice
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Selected Eggs           OokGWn

                                         Smoked Ham
                                          Ham Slices                     Fruit Drink                                                                       Del Monte
                                                                                                                                                       Pineapple-Grapefruit              4           46 oz.
                                                                                                                                                                                                      cans                              Protein Bread
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Ice Cream     C
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Sav* at Saftwvy

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           * £ 19«
                                         Ground Beef                     Fruit Cocktail                                                                               Del Monte
                                                                                                                                                                      Rich Flavor        4          \7 oz.
                                                                                                                                                                                                     cans     1.00                      Frozen Fruit Pies
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Meat Pies
                                          Beef Stew
                                         Chuck Roast                     Tomato Sauce                                                                                     Del
                                                                                                                                                                         Monte          11            8 oz.
                                                                                                                                                                                                      cans    1.00                      Facial Tissues
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Brocade Soap        riiwit Qualrr/
                                                                                 Save Cash and Stamps at Safeway                                                                       For the finest Produce . . , all you need remember is Safeway!
                                          Cube Steak                     Bartlett Pears "SI&J 4 lZ1.00
                                          Rib Steaks
                                                                         Asparagus Tips *£££" 3 " * 1.00
                                                                         Stewed Tomatoes "'^.7 4 't," 1.00
                                                                         Whole Kernel C o r n e r ' 512°" 1.00cam.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Oranges           Rich Florida Fruit
                                                                                                             Uot.                                                                                                                                 Thin Skin . . . Full of Juice
                                                                         Del Monte Spinach £Z£r5 cam 1.00

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        10 39<
                                                                         Chili Sauce      Talt* Tingling  4 ^ox. 1.00

                                           Cold Cuts                                        Dal Mont*
                                                                         Sweet Peas "Early Garden         7 IV. 1.00
                                           Fresh Fish                    Green Beans
                                                                                              Fancy Cut

                                         Round Roast                     Fruit Cocktail                            1.00

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               25 .
                                                                                                Tidy Cut.

                                         Round Steak
                                                                         Sliced Peaches T . ^ X
                                                                                        Jl.w.c! Whob
                                                                                           Dtl Montt
                                                                                                              cam 1.00
                                                                                                              cam 1.00
                                                                                                             8 oi.
                                                                                                              cant 1.00
                                                                                                                                                                  Potatoes                                                       "• *       z     s; Sr
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    '     ™"

                                                                         Whole Kernel Corn";.
                                                                         Del Monte Spinach ,'£, com 1.00
                                                                         Del Monte Drinks

                                                                                                            1. 1.00
                                                                                    Pin*appk-Orong«, Ptn«appl«-ftar or Orongt-Aprkot
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                                          not All!                                       T/iis Week At Satewayl
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        All'Good Eating            b3
                                                                          " 1 0 % Off on Every Meat Purchase!
                                             Hundreds                     * Gold Bond Stamps!
                                             of Other
                                             Items on
                                                                            Big Savings on Del Monte Brands!
                                                                          JEL M O N T f TOMATO SAUCE           13 0 1 . J cam 35c
                                                                                                                                                                 Fancy Cucumbers                                                                                            2°23<
                                                                         SCOniES           WKIl. 4 0 0 to pack                pkg. 25c        STRONGHEART DOG FOOD           l « 4 i . can 3 for 37c
                                            Sale in Our                  OliEO CREAM SANDWICH Nablico                  l i b . p i g . 3Se    KRETCHMEB5 WHEAT GERM                       12or. jar 37c
                                                                         MOLASSES CRINKLES                           9 o i . pkg. 29c         MARCAl WHITE NAPKINS             6O1         2 pkgi. 25c
                                               Meat                      TURKEY CHUNKS         Dinner R.dy           5-ai. pkg. 41c
                                                                         CHICKEN LIVERS M n . Kornbtrg'i 6 o i . pkg. 49c
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Will Appoint Four                                                           New Jersey
                                                                            News Briefs                                                                                                    Kennedy, Macmillan
To Planning Board                                                                  Associated Press

                                       The o t h e r vacancies were
                                                                           NEW YORK — New York City
   RAR1TAN TOWNSHIP — Four I the recent adoption of an ordi- will do everything in its power to
Planning Board vacancies will be nance enlarging the board from keep the meat industry, despite
filled by appointment at Friday
                                     seven to nine members.              efforts by New Jersey to lure the
                                                                                                                                                                                           Start Talks Today
night's T o w n s h i p Committee created with the resignation last industry to the Jersey meadow-
                                                                         lands, according to markets                                                                                                                                                                 Laos Crisis
meeting, Mayor Philip J. BJanda, month of Robert C. Burke (who Commissioner Anthony Masciar-
Jr., announced yesterday.
   Two of the posts result from
                                     remained as secretary of the elli. The $500 million-a-year in-
                                     board) and the resignation of dustry'is located in the West 14th
                                     former Tax Collector Mrs. Jeanne St. area of Manhattan and sup-
                                                                                                                                                                                           Propose Tightening Top Item On
Bontempo Talks
                                     C. McDonough, several months plies meat to 10 states. Masciar-
                                     ago.                                elli told the 14th Street Associa-
                                       Mayor Blanda announcedjhree tion yesterday that 98 per cent of
                                                                                                                                                                                           Of Apartment Code Their Agenda
                                     of the new members "GT be ap- the industry wished to remain                                                                                       LONG BRANCH — Business-
With Assembly                        pointed Friday: Norman P. Ran- here, but proponents of the New
                                     dolph, 158 Ninth St., West Keans- Jersey site had been working
                                                                                                                                                                                   men, investors, residents and a
                                                                                                                                                                                   cleric argued for two hours in
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Nixon: Kennedy
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        WASHINGTON (AP) —
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    President Kennedy meets
                                     burg; Frank Smyth, 23 Annapolis diligently to persuade business-                                                                              City Hall yesterday about what                    Honeymoon Over                 with British Prime Min-
Candidates                           Dr., Fleetwood Park, and M. Don meji to move across the river.
                                     Sanchez, I Fir PI., Woodland Masciarelli said work was ex-
                                                                                                                                                                                    constitutes "progress" for the
                                                                                                                                                                                    West End section of this city.                 SAN DIEGO, Calif. (AP) - ister Macmillan today in
   LONG BRANCH - The three Park.                                         pected to begin this week on the                                                                              At the end, the Board of Com- 'The five-month honeymoon is the first of a series of con-
organization candidates for As-                   Not Announced          conversion of an abandoned pier                                                                            missioners, sitting as a collective over," says Richard M. Nixon. ferences he hopes will
lembly from Monmouth County Although the fourth post was at West 13th St. into a trailer                                                                                            referee in a match concerning                  The former vice president .
continued their program of meet- not announced, Mr. Blanda said truck parking area to help ease                                                                                     two proposed zoning changes, de- lold a newi conference yester- | S t r e n g t h e n A l l i e d u n i t y .
ing with all heads of slate de- that appointment also will be the traffic congestion in the area.                                                                                     eded:                                     day he'll begin public appraisal       The continuing Laotian crisis
partments yesterday at a confer- made at the Friday meeting.                                                                                                                            1. To keep existing building set- of the Kennedy administration will be their first concern, diplo-
ence with Conservation Commis          Mr. Randolph has been presi-          NEWARK — A hidden movie                                                                                back lines at 40 feet along Ocean next month, starting with a matic officials said.
•loner Salvatore A. Bontempo.        dent of the West Keansburg Fire camera' may have photo-                                                                                        Ave. in West End.                            May 5 speech in Chicago.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       As the two l e a d ^ s prepared to
   Mr, Bontempo, met here with Company seven years.                       graphed the two men who held                                                                                  2. To continue to allow con-               Nixon said he will take the meet, British negotiations with
Elliot L. Katz, Long Branch; Dr. Born in Keansburg, he has lived          up the Yorke Savings & Loan                                                                               struction of garden apartments in            role of the loyal opposition with
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Russia gave rise to reports that
Lorenzo W. Harris. Asbury Park, in West Keansburg since 1946. He Association yesterday and es-                                                                                      the district, but to upgrade the similar talks in Des Moines a cease-fire in Laos might now
•nd Councilman William F. X. is employed by Monmouth Park                 caped with an estimated $500.                                                                                                                          and Detroit.
                                                                                                                                                                                    quality of apartments to be per-                                                 be speedily arranged.
Connell, Atlantic Highlands.         Jockey Club. Married, Mr. Ran It was the fifth time in six                                                                                     mitted.                                                                            Kennedy, leaving an admin-
                                                                          years the Savings and Loan As-
   The commissioner said after-      dolph has two children.
                                                                          sociation has been robbed. It
wards he welcomed the oppor- Mr. Smyth, a professional plan is located at 784 Mt. Prospect
                                                                                                                                                                                        Under fire were two ordinances.
                                                                                                                                                                                        The first proposed an increase
                                                                                                                                                                                    from a 50 to a 75-foot setback in
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Recommend                           istration policy conference at the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     State Department last night, said
tunity to talk with the candidates ner, is a former member of the Ave. The hidden camera led to                                                                                                                                                                      that "The cease-fire is what we
onjtwp grounds: To give them in-
 formation of the operations of his
                                     Planning Board, having served an
                                     unexpired term on that body from t h e . Identification of one of
                                                                           three bandits who robbed the
                                                                                                                                                                                    Elberon and from a 40 to 60-foot
                                                                                                                                                                                    setback_in West End, No objec-               Revision J)f                        are most anxious to have, and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     we-are hopeful-that v - i . - w e ' l l —
department, with special empha June of last year to the end of establishment of $2,704 last                   GABLE BABr — M n . Clark Gable holds her baby ton, tions were voiced to the Elberon
 sis on Monmouth County prob- the year.                                   June. The three were later
lems, and to dovetail campaign A 3'/2-year resident here, he is caught. The most recent holdup ture April 3. The baby was born in the same Hollywood
                                                                                                                                                                                    change and the ordinance was
                                                                                                              John Clark Gable, born two weeks ago, for hit firtt pic- adopted to effect the one area                            "H" Zone                            have one."
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        But the critical situation in the
                                                                                                                                                                                    only.                                         HOLMDEL TOWNSHIP - Don- distant Southeast Asian kingdom
plans "at the top of the ticket employed in the planning division was Feb. 27 when a bandit
with the middle of the ticket." of the Port of New York Autho- fled with $1,642. During yester- hospital where hit father, actor Clark Gable, died sev-                                 The second ordinance proposed aid Irving, partner of Morrow was only one of niany major
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Planning Associates, township issues scheduled for discussion
   Mr. Bontempo said he had dis- rity. He is a BA degree graduate day's robbery, teller Fred Rick-            eral monthi ago.                                                                 of a
                                                                                                                                                               (APWirephoto) repeal garden 1955 law which al- master planners, last night rec- at the White House meeting. Oth-
                                                                                                                                                                                    lowed             apartments in West
 cussed beach erosion and -low o f ^ t o n M a " University and is ert and Mrs. Ida Horrer were                                                                                     End. With (he Rev. James Col- ommended that the Planning ers include the problem of Red
«rea' flooding, parks, conserva working on his master's degree alone In the office. Rlckert told                                                                                    lins of San Alfonso Roman Catho- Board and Township Committee "^hina and a growing movement
tlon, middle income housing and
attraction of suitable industry for
specific areas.
                                     in planning at New York Univer- police that one of the bandits
                                                    Master Plan
                                                                          stood near the door with a gun
                                                                          while the other handed Rlckert
                                                                                                                Board Hopes to Fill                                                 lic Retreat House, among the revise the boundaries of the new to give it UN membership, the
                                                                                                                                                                                    speakers, several argued that the "H" industrial zone south of Rt. Cuban and Congo situations, the
                                                                                                                                                                                    more than 100 apartment units 35 and the New York and Long prospect of a crisis later this
   The candidates, in a joint state- Mr. Smyth was instrumental,          a bag and ordered, "Fill It!"                                                                             built in the area under the pres- Branch railroad.                               year over Berlin and the stale-
ment, said they were "appreci
alive of the commissioner's wil-
                                     during 1960, in the final prepara-
                                     tion of the township's new master TRENTON — New Jersey's
 lingness to assist us and lend plan. He is a member of St. Bene- traf'ic safety record continues
                                                                                                                Skilled Worker Gap                                                  ent law were inadequate, caused He recommended that the west- mate in negotiations wiSi RUJ-
                                                                                                                                                                                    extra tax costs, and reduced ern boundary start at the creek sia for a nuclear weapons test
                                                                                                                                                                                    property values.                           culvert (a branch of East Creek) ban treaty.
                                     dict's Catholic Church and its to worsen, Attorney Gen. David EATONTOWN - The fact that teach reading at $5,100 a yea-
help to what we expect will be                                                                                                                                                          Father Collins, who two weeks and extend to Centerville Rd., and                         4 Meetings
                                     Holy Name Society. Married, he D. Furman said today. There skilled jobs are going begging in Mrs. Boss is a graduate of Red
a full discussion of all aspects                                                                                                                                                    ago c a l l e d garden apartment that the zone extend approximate- The President and prime min-
                                     has two children.                   were 54 traffic deaths during a time of considerable unemploy- Bank High School and Upsala                                                            ly 1,400 feet south of the railroad,
of state government and the re-                                                                                                                                                     projects "Communist-type archi                                                    ster have scheduled four meet-
                                                                         March compared with a record
 sponsibilities of the state Legis- Mr. Sanchez attended the St. low of 30 in the same month last ment has important implications College;                                          tecture," contended experience n an irregular line.
lature during the election cam-      Francis Xavier Labor Institute in                                      for a high school curriculum, Paul J. Roos, Asbury Park has been bad and predicted that The western boundary would be ngs before Macmillan leaves
                                     New York. He was appointed last     year. Earlier this year, traffic Frank Wcinheimer, superintendent                                                                                                                           next Sunday for Canada. In
paign.                                                                                                                                          guidance counselor, $6,600. He new apartment projects would be- about 500 feet east of the New- addition to morning and after-
                                     year to the international staff of deaths were running .37 per cent of Monmouth Regional High has a BS from the University come slums in a few years.                                     stead Homes project, he said.
   Last week the trio met with the Communications Workers of below last year. Now the gap                                                                                                                                                                            noon sessions today, they will
                                                                                                            School, said last night.            of Dayton and MA from Du                 B u t against this argument Mr. Irving suggested, in addi- meet again tomorrow afternoon
Highway Commissioner Dwight America, AFL-CIO, N e w a r k . has been closed to 15 per cent,
R. G. Palmer,                        Prior to that time, he was em- with 132 deaths so far in 1961             He told the Board of Educa- que University. He has had came demands for compromise tion, a 200-foot setback require- and Saturday morning.
                                                                                                                                                eight years teaching and guid- from several Ocean Ave. prop- ment for industry and that the West German Chancellor Kon-
                                     ployed as a craftsman with compared with 156 to the same tion that the new school's science
                                                                         date last year. Camden county      and math curricula for terminal ance experience and is employed erty owners whose holdings are board retain its 10-acre lot mini- rad Adenauer is due here < next
Local Resident                       Western Electric Co.
                                                                                                            students — those whose educa- at Asbury Park High School;
                                        He is chairman of the Policical has the most deaths so far, 15, tion will end with high school —
                                                                                                                                                                                     prime locations for future apart- mum for the zone.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Decide Later              week for talks with Kennedy.
                                                                         followed by Bergen, 12, Middle                                            Arthur M. Kohs, Madison, gen ments. They contended, and                                                            And the President plans to fly
Is Heir to Estate                    Action Committee of the Mon-                                           will be designed to help them eral science and physical educa-
                                     mouth County Young Democrats, sex, 11, and Cumberland and toward those skilled jobs.
                                                                                                                                                                                     the commissioners subsequently The board, which previously to Europe May 31 to confer with
                                                                                                                                                                                     agreed by a 3-1 vote, that what had been considering a reduction French President Charles de
                                                                                                                                                tion teacher, at $4,800. A grad-
   NEW YORK-Mrs. Marguerite and a member of the township's Hudson, 10.                                         The board discussion of science uate of Springfield College, hi is needed is upgrading of the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                of the zone to a line 500 feet south
U. Hensler of 72 Riverside Ave., newJy-created building committee                                                                                                                    apartment building code and not of the railroad, took the new rec-
 Red Bank, shares in the $167,000    whose function it is to revise all      CHARLESTON, S. C. - New courses took place during'an in- has an M.S. from the University                                                           ommendations under advisement. As tneetings can be arranged,
                                                                                                            terview with the newly hired of Oregon, and has taught fo prohibition of apartments.
 estate of her brother, the late ordinances and codes dealing Jersey's delegation to the Civil chairman of the science depart-                                                           Dissenting was Commissioner Norman Schantz, 14 Orchard
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Kennedy also expects to confer
 Louis K. Ungrich of New York. with construction in the munici- War observance here next ment, Frank N. Paparello, Mont- one year at Hanover Park Re Edgar N. Dinkelspiel who had Ave., Newstead Homes, spokes- with Italian leaders and those
                                                                          Tuesday will attend a protest                                         gional High School;                                                             man for a group which had pro- of other Allied countrie*.
   This was learned today when pality.                                                                                                                                               proposed the new law.
                                                                          rally of (he National Associa- clair.                                    Walter G. Hatton, Cliffwood                                                  tested the present zonfng, en- MaemiJlan arrived here 1-st
 the New York State Transfer Mr. Sanchez is running unop-                                                      Mr. Weinheimer and Mr. Pa- Beach, English teacher, tft $6,200.                 Tighten Regulations
                                                                          tion for the Advancement of                                                                                                                           dorsed Mr. Irving's proposals, night from ,the British West In-
 Tax Department filed an inven- posed in the April 18 Democratic
                                                                          Colored People. J. Arthur parello said that the month of A graduate of Montclair State After the proposed ban on fu- with one exception; He asked-that dies. He had flown to Key West,
 tory of the estate here.             primary for nomination for Town-
                                                                           Brown, state NAACP president, July will be spent preparing sci- College, with MA from Georgi ture apartments was killed, the the western boundary be set back Fla., on M a n * 26 to discuss the
    Mrs. Hensler divides the         ship Committee.
                                                                          said Fred Landers of the New ence courses tailored to the stu- Washington, Mr. Hatton ha commissioners voted unanimously to a point about 1,500 feet from Laotian crisis with Kennedy, at
 fate with Mr. Ungrich's nephew,                                          Jersey War Commission had dents who will enter the school taught for six years in Washing- to introduce an ordinance tight- the creek.                                                      Kennedy's urgent invitation. The
 Frederick L.' Ungrich of 251 Al-                                          given him "definite assurance" next fall. Integrated courses ton, D.C., Virginia and Maple- ening apartment building regula-                                                               talk today therefore does not
 bert PI., Elberon.
    Mr. Ungrich died on March 27,
                                     Hansen Case                          the delegation will be on hand. which combine physics and wood, and
                                                                          Brown said other states "who chemistry will be planned where
                                                                                                                                                                                      tions.                                       "We will give your request very
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      constitute their first meeting,
                                                                                                                                                                                         Qity Solicitor Julius A. Golden serious consideration," Bernard though it is their first session to
 1959 without leaving a will. His                                                                                                                  Joseph Schanzer, Ithaca, Eng- said that as long as such a Goldsmith, board chairman, re- be devoted to a wide range of
 estate totaled. $178,154 in gross   Postponed                            have Indicated" a tendency to possible, they said.
                                                                          protest Charleston's segrega-        The new department chairman lish teacher, at $5,300. He is a change was under consideration, plied. "I commend you for the cold war problems with which
 assets, and 1167,135 in net value,                                       tion policies are being con- is a technical editor of the New graduate of Ithaca College and permits for new apartment proj constructive manner in which you they expect to be dealing In the
of which $143,191 is stocks and ASBURY PARK - The lottery tacted and asked to attend the York publishing company, Holt, has taught one year in Ludlow- ects could be denied.                                                    have presented your position."
                                     ticket case against Norman C.                                                                                                                                                                                                    monlhs ahead.
                                     Hansen, the railroad ticket agent
                                                                          rally. There are more than 5,- Rinehart and Winston. He has ville, N.Y.                                        In an opinion two weeks ago, Robert Price, president of the Kennedy and his top advisers
                                                                          000 NAACP ' members           in 13 years' teaching experience in At the same meeting, Merrill Mr. Golden said that until an Civic Association, also - endorsed are said to feel that the face-to-
                                     who seeks a Monmouth County
                                                                          Charleston alone. Brown said. New Jersey high schools and at Beam was appointed delegate t< ordinance was adopted banning Mr. Irving's recommendations.
Two Variances                        Democratic nomination for As-
                                                                                                            Seton Hall University.        \     the May 20 meeting of the Stat new garden apartments, appli                        In other action the board, after face discussions with British,
                                     sembly, was postponed again                                                                                                                                                                a 30-minute discussion, referred French, West German and other
                                                                            AVRANCHES, France — Mrs. He is a graduate of Seton Hall Federation of District Boards of cants who conformed to existing
Win Approval                         yesterday by Magistrate Eugene
                                     Capibianco.                   •     Sydney Rolle, widow of a retired and has done graduate work at Education in Trenton. He was requirements could obtain per-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    subdivision application by the Allied government chiefs are of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Holmdel Swim Club, Inc., to the vital importance at this time.
                                                                                                                                                instructed by the board to vote mits.
   SHREWSBURY—Two variance The judge ordered Mr. Hansen, engineer from Princeton. N. J., Rutgers and Columbia Universi- to endorse legislation to provide                                                                       Zoning Board of Adjustment for It appears that in spite of vari-
recommendations from the Zon- 42, of 20 Jessica PI., Monmouth died in a hospital today from in- ties. He will join the regional state funds for transportation o                         After the attorney gave his new                                              ous friendly gestures from So-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               a use variance.
 ing Board of Adjustment were Beach, to be in court tomorrow juries in a road crash near here faculty at an annual salary of oupils who are within the limi decision yesterday, Mr. Dinkel- The club proposes to build a viet Premier Nikita Khrushchev
approved last night by the Mayor at 9 a.m., however. The post- March 26 that killed her husband. $7,700, plus $1,540 for July and beyond which transport is re- spiel said he had been advised swimming-pool on a 10-acre plot at the outset of the Kennedy ad-
and Council.                         ponement war. grantel at'the re- She was 64. The couple arrived August of this year.                                                            by some other iawyers^-who were                                                  ministration, the Western' pow-
                                                                                                                                                quired, but who have to traverse not named—that permits could off Beers St., near Hillcrest Rd., ers must brace themselves for a
   One allows the Presbyterian quest of Mr. Hansen's attorney, at Cherbourg March 24 aboard Six more teachers were hired hazardous roads.                                                                                       in an "A" residential zone.
Church on Sycamore Ave. to ex Howard Isherwood of Asbury the liner Bremen for a holiday last night. This leaves only eight                                                          not be held up legally while ac-                                                  series of cold war conflicts even
 pand the size of its cemetery, Park.                                    tour through Europe. On the road more positions to be filled in                                             tion was pending on a new law. Attorney Philip J. Blanda, Jr., though the Southeast Asian Com-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Raritan Township mayor, repre- munist threat is brought under
and the other permits the sale Mr. Hansen, who champions near                      Avranches    their   car the new facultv according to Mr.                                             In other business, the commis-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                sented the club.
of a house at the southern end the idea of a slate lottery in his swerved into a concrete pylon | Weinheimer. Three mathematics,
of Broad St. to the Monmouth, campaign for nomination, had carrying higH tension wires. The three English, one Latin and one
                                                                                                                                                      Trailer Lot                   sioners sold $340,000 in improve-
                                                                                                                                                                                    ment bonds, covering the costs of                       Pro and Con
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Several residents of the area
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Cabinet Talks
County Mental Health Associa- himself arrested two weeks ago car was demolished.                            industrial arts teacher remain to                                        several already completed proj                                                     In preparation for today's
                                                                                                                                                                                     ects, to John( B. Ryan & Co. again voiced objections to the
tion for executive offices. James by walking into police headquar-
A. Curley is the present owner ters and brandishing a $3 Irish               COLONIA — Michael Kahn Is
                                                                                                            be hired, he said.
                                                                                                              There will be a class in Rus-
                                                                                                                                                      HearingHeld                   New York, at four per cent in- proposed pool on grounds that it meeting with Macmillan, Ken-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                would devalue adjacent property. nedy met at the.,' State Depart-
    In other business, an ordinance Sweepstakes ticket. He was   get a polio booster sian, for which 14 pupils have                                               terest.
                                                                          shot, like it or not, his mother already enrolled, during the new        EANTONTOWN - Testimony                                                       Club officials took the stand that ment for about V/% nours last
was adopted establishing Patter- booked for possession of a lot-                                                                                                                        They increased the number of
son Ave. as a through street.        tery slip.                           said today And Michael, 9, school's first year, the superin- as to why Hartman's Mobilej f i r e p o l i c ( ; e l i g i b j e ( r o m t h e n i n e the project would increase the night with Secretary of State '
                                                                          doesn't much like It. He took a tendent told the board.                                                                                               value of adioining land and would Dean Rusk; Secretary of the
                                                                                                                                                Homes, Rt. 35, should be per- fire companies by one each.
                                                                          six-mile walk yesterday to                                                                                                                            be an asset to the community. Treasury Douglas Dillon; Secre-
                                                                                                              The Russian teacher, engaged mitted to extend its business in- They promised to decide two Mr. Goldsmith said the board, tary of Defense Robert S. Mc-
Board Threatens Drastic                                                   avoid the needle. Michael was last nipht, will be Patricia Ann
                                                                          one of four children of Mr. and Hendricks, Marblehead, Mass. A
                                                                                                                                                to an adjoining" lot was heard weeks TOnce whether to grant a in the near future, should dis- Namara; David Bruce, U.S. am-
                                                                                                                                                                                     building permit and license for
                                                                          Mrs. lonel Kahn had taken to a graduate of R " j s College and a last night by the Zoning Board the proposed Towers Beach Club cuss possible rezoning to provide bassador to Britain; Gen. Lyman
Action in Theft of Plaque                                                 doctor for an Injection. While beRinninj; teacher. Miss Hend- of Adjustment.                  >' .       Ion Ocean Ave., Elberon, under
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                a specific area or areas in the L. Lemnitzer, chairman of the
                                                                          his mother was In the doctor's ricks will be paid $4,300 a year. The board then voted to pass a provision allowing non-profii township for such projects.                                   Joint Chiefs of Staff, and other'
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      policy makers and advisers.
    UNION BEACH — Theft of the ceived signed contracts for 38 office with another child, Mich-                Other new teachers hired last the request of the trailer sales         beach clubs. And, thev confirmed The board approved subdivision
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                of the Henrietta Cross property The President had gone to the
John J. Gilmartin memorial teachers for the 1961-62 school ael slipped out. Three hours night are:                                              firm to the Planning Board for the reappointment by Mavor Pan in Holmdel village for future con- State Department in late after-
plaque from Memorial School year. Two teachers requested a later, with police in Kenilworih,
                                          •.                                                                   Rosa S. Boss, Fair Haven, to its recommendations. After that,
                                                                                                                                                                                     Kiernan of Joseph Schwark to
last Thursday night has brought two-week extension for returning Cranford and local police look-                                                                                                                                struction of a new elementary noon to speak and answer ques-
                                                                                                                                                it will return to the board of be a member of the Housing school. The Board of Education tions off the record at a meet-
a Board of Education threat of their contracts.                            Ing for him, Michael showed up                                       adjustment for decision.             Authority.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                has authorized purchase of 25 ins of 500 radio and lelpvision
drastic action unless it is re- According to Paul J. Evans, at the Kahn home, footsore,
turned.                              administrative principal, only one b\it unlnjected.
                                                                                                                Trade Board                        A variance is needed for the                                                 acres of the 175-acre tract for news editors and executives.
   The plaque was removed from vacancy remains in the teaching
                                                                                                                Winners Listed
                                                                                                                                                extension because the zoning code
                                                                                                                                                does not permit this type ot busi-
                                                                                                                                                                                            Thompson Wins                       the school.                              "We just discussed some of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   The board also okayed another the problems," Kennedy told
a wall in the entrance of the staff for 1361-62. ,
                                         ""                                 WASHINGTON - Final plans
                                                                                                                                                ness in the area. The business,
school, reportedly while the build- The board offered a contract for the North Dundee slum clear- RED BANK — Nine winners in however, was started (in other                                 Bridge Contract                     subdivision, for construction of 29 newsmen'after the meeting. "We
ing was being useil by the local for 1961-62 to Mr. Evans in the ance project at Passaic, N. J., the Red Bank Retail Trade Board ownership) before" the zoning TRENTON — The award of a houses on a 37-acre tract south were getting ready for our dis-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                of the Bell Labs site, adjacent to cussions with Mr. Macmillan."
Recreation Organization.             amount of $8,000, an increase of have been approved by the Hous- Easter contest were announced code was adopted.                                $29,935.36 c o n t r a c t to A. P. Catbird Alley.
   Board Secretary Edward J. $500.                                       ing and Home Finance Agency. yesterday.                                                                                                                                                        Questioned about the orospects
                                                                                                                                                                                     Thompson, contractors of Red The houses, lo sell in the for a cease-fire in Laos, he said
Scullion said the plaque a me- School supplies bids from J. L. The Agency informed Sen. Clif- The winners, and the stores William J. O'Hagan. Hartman's Bank, has been announced by
morial to the board president who Hammett Company, Union, and ford P. Case, R-NJ, yesterday where they participated, are:                       attorney, argued that there are                                                 $3O,O0O-$40,OO0 price range, will be that "The Russians and the Brit-
                                                                                                                                                                                     Salvatore A. Bontempo, commis-
had worked hard for a new Garrett-Buchanan Company, Phil- that the $493,178 grant reserved Richard Coote, 47 Edison Ave., other trailer sales lots, and also sioner of the Department o( Con- built by Philip Gi|eser, president ish are in touch" on that prob-
school and had died sw       iddenly adelph. "lia, were referred to com- earlier for work on the proiect New Shrewsbury, Steinb-ach's;          trailer camps, in the area; that                                                of Construction Consultants Corp., lem.
                                                                                                                                                                                     servation and Economic Develop- New York.
while in office was irreplaceable. mittee for study.                     can be allocated as soon as final Sue Duttkin, 41 Mount Ave., At- enlarging the frontage (from 85 ment.                                                                                         He was then told that diplomats
   A letter will be sent to the The board will advertise for plans are approved by city of- lantic Hichlands, Vogel's; Judy to 335 feet) will facilitate traffic The contract calls for the con-                                                                      had reported that the Soviet Un-
president of the Recreation Or- seven bus route bids for the ficials.                                                                           in and out of the lot, and that,                                                    . LIBRARIAN APPOINTED             ion tentatively had agreed to the
                                                                                                            Capista, 92 Birch Ave., Little Sil-
ganization asking that action be- 1961-62 school year.                                                                                          in the larger space, trailers could struction of a new 299-foot bulk- SHREWSBURY — Mrs. Charles principle of a guaranteed cease-
taken to have the plaque returnee) The 1961-62 school calendar was           PHILLIPSBURG — Thomas ver, Huber's; Adele Noonan, 97 be spread out and displayed in head on the north side of the E. Howard, 48 Princeton Rd., fire which would become effec-
                                                                                                            Bay Ave., Atlantic Highlands.                                            county bridge on Port Monmouth Fair Haven, last nigln was ap- tive prior to a proposed interna-
within 10 days or action will be adopted. It provides 186 school Cole, Jr., 7, died today in a Oliver Shoes; Joan T. King, 8 a more "beauteous" way.
                                                                          smoke-filled upper room of the                                                                              Rd. which crosses Pews Creek. pointed librarian to serve at the tional conference on a more per-
taken to revoke school use priv- days starting Sept. 7, 1961, and
                                                                          burning Cole home at 42] War-,    Pine Tree La., Fair Haven Mus* On the traffic point, be was The site is a short distance in-
ileges.                                                                                                                                                                                                                         pleasure of ths Mayor and Coun- njanent settlement in Laos.
                                     closing June 15, 1962.
                                                                          ren St. His mother, Mrs. Thom-    tillo's; Neil Scotti, Jr., 70 East backed up by John Shapiro of land from Raritan Bay.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                cil. Her husband is superinten- "I can't make any statement
   Objections to drastic action The board voted to go on rec-
                                                                          as Cole, Sr.,' and a younger      Roosevelt Cir., Middletown, Clay- the firm of John D, Lazurus,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                dent of schools in Fair Haven. about time schedules," Kennedy
were made last night by several ord with the Board of Adjust-                                               ton and Maqee; Mrs. Daniel realty consultants. Mr. Shapiro The earlier bulkhead was de-
board members who held that ment as opposed to a variance brother, Timothy, 4, escaped. Jones. South St., Red Bank, Al- said his firm serves as consultant stroyed <iby Hurricane Donna                                                                               said, "We'll just have to see
                                                                         The father was at work.                                                                                      which also made the Port Mon- »                  DOG OWNER FINED                what can be worked out now.
the actions of a few should not to permit establishment of a                                                bert S. Miller Shoes: n^-lene to the NJ Highway Authority.
cause hardship- to many. How- school supply store and hobby Lawn Seeds                        Flower Seeds Sayles, 6 Spring St., Red Bank, It was reported by Mr. Hart- moulh Rd, and bridge impass- FAIR HAVEN — Wiljiam Shell, The cease-fire Is what we are
ever, It was agreed that vandal- shop in a building on Spruce Vegetable seeds and 'Fertilizers Prbwn's; Rosemary Eschelbach, man that, while unaware of the able. County authorities are re- 133 Park Rd. yesterday was fined most anxious to have, and we
l m could not be condoned in Street. Main objection was the Fred D. Wikoff Co., Red Bank, 9 Pearl St., Red Bank, Melina need for a variance, he leased storing the road and bridge. Con- $3 for allowing his dog to run are hopeful that, from what hap-
any event.                           danger to, children In crossing N. J. SH 7-0552 or SH 1-0554.          Jewelers, and Lynn Fowler, Rum- the land from Ira Crouse, and itruction of the new bulkhead will loose. Magistrate John V. Crow- pens (in the Soviet-British talks)
   In other business, the board re- railroad tracks to the 6tore.        —Advertisement                     son, Red Bank Youth Center.          that he has trailers on both lots. restore navigation to Pews Creek. ell set the fine.                               we'll have one."
                                                                                       RED BANK REGISTER
                                                                                      14—Wednesday, April 5, 1961              TELEVISION
                                                                                                                                                                           Channel 1
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      TV Can Still Baffle
Follows a Tradition
                                                                                          came across as a boy until I WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON
                                                                                          started flirting in the comissary 12:00- (2) Love of Life
                                                                                          one day with some Spanish boys.                     (4) Truth or
                                                                                                                                                                                WEDNESDAY EVENING
                                                                                                                                                                           1:00- (4) News and Weather
                                                                                                                                                                                      (5) Felix and Friends              (11)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                "No Hands/ on the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Weather and Sports
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      The Top Notchers
                                                                                          I forgot I was dressed as a boy,                         Consequences                       (7) News                     1:20—(11)   Aqua-Lung Adventure
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          By HAL HUMPHREY                ire about even In the ratings,
        By JAMES BACON                   "I am not sure 1 do not pre- until they became highly in-                                            (7) Camouflage                        (II) Popeyeft                    00— (S)   Movie
       AP Movie-TV Writer             fer the Swedish method of paying suited,                                                                (9) Guy Madison '                     (13) I Led Three Lives        i!:4S— (7)   Evening Prayer         HOLLYWOOD — Even those Huntley and Brinkley bios-
                                      actresses. It's all based on seni-                                                                    (1)) Don't Call Us             «:0S- (4) Movie ,                      ;2:50- (5)   News; Call to Prayer  'ho have had the most success itJmed Into new fame during the
  HOLLYWOOD-Hollywood has                                                                                                                                                                                          1:0ft- (4)  News
                                      ority.                                                                                        2:30— (2) Search For Tomorrow          «:15- (7) Q. T. Hush                                                      'ith television are still baffled 1960 political conventions. They
a new Swede in. the tradition. of i "We are very socialistic
                    _                                                               Hal Humphrey;                                         • (4) It Could Be You            S:3q- (4) News                          1:95- (I)   Movie-1944
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               "The Hour Before the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    iy it.                             hecame the darlings of the news-
Garbo and Ingnd B e r g m a n - b u t j ^ ^ ^                . ^                                                                              (5) Cartoons                             (S) Cartoons                                                   "President Kennedy is an ex- magazines, which built them up
it may have a ]ob keeping her.!
              g Thulin, star of]] ^ e older you gree thee m oorree
  Blonde Ingrid
many of director Ingmar B e r g - | m o n e y y o u a r e w iit . s g .r e a t 5e.""
                                                  older you gr
                                                              w        t

inan-s masterpieces, is in town. rity „ M i s j T h u l j n > o n e o ( S w e .
                                                                                   mShows to                                                  (7) Number Please
                                                                                                                                              (>> Eddie Cantor
                                                                                                                                            (13) Mike Wallace
                                                                                                                                                                                      (7) Tommy Seven
                                                                                                                                                                                    (11) Brave Stallion
                                                                                                                                                                                    (IS) Movie—1956
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          (4) Dr. Brothers
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   1:10-(4) 13th Hour
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     mple," says CBS newsman How- as the greatest elixir since vit-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    ird Smith. "He has had great amin B-l.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    mccess selling himself via tele- NBC also was staking out the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   1:40— (4) Sermonctte
making "The Four Horsemen of| d e n , s ,
the Apocalypse" oppos.te Glenn| Be
                                                      actresses even before
                                                      ^    h e r in s u c h
Ford. It's her first American It u r e J a s .. W j , d S t r a w b e r r i e s . . a n d
                                                                                                                                   12:45- (2) Guiding Light
                                                                                                                                   12:50—(U) News
                                                                                                                                   12:55— (4) News
                                                                                                                                                                           6:40- (4) Weather
                                                                                                                                                                                            "The Black Whip"

                                                                                                                                                                           f : 4 5 - (4) News
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   2:J3— (2) News
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   2:40— (I) Give Us This Day
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    vision, but considerably less suc- large share of the TV audience
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    :ess In selling his program."
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       "The President," says Smith,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Tor its convention coverage.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 CBS' Weakness
                                                                                                                                    1:00- (2) News                         7:00- (2) News                               THURSDAY MORNING           "needs some new1 method for
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   dramatizing on TV such issues as Smith says this was mainly due
mov e                                                                                                                                                                                  (4) Death Valley Days       5:55— (4) Sermonette
    ' -                   .           "The Magician." makes J5.000 a                                                                          (4) Dr. Joyce Brothers
   •But I can not get used to your, i c , u r e , n S w e d e n                               10:00 — (Ch. 1) — U. S. Steel                   (5) Cartoons                             (5) Tombstone Territory     1:00— (4) Continental           the Federal Aid to Education to CBS's working at only 20 per
star systen
        ystem," say, Ingnd            1
                                  In: '             „„.,„.
                                                   Receives. $80,000                      Hour — (Choice Viewing)—Hans                        (7) About Faces                          (7) Rescue 8                             Classroom            lill."                            cent of its ability. "We were
Sweden was have no such thing.                                                            Conried makes his third straight                    <9) Movie                                (9) Terrytoons              (: IS— (2) Previews         '       Smith, who last week was ap- swamped with indecision. At one
There are only good actresses MGM paid her $80,000 for "The TV appearance this week, here as                                                                                         (11) News
                                       Four Horsemen."                                                                                      (IS) Betty Furness                                                     I: JO— (2) Give U» This Day     pointed chief correspondent and session Ed Murrow was told Just
and bad actresses—not stars."                                                                                                                                               7:05— (2) Local News              ,
                                     | "But with luxes, il s aiAJUl uic a sometime author more adept at 1:05— (2) Burns and Allen
                                     I     o u i wmi taxes, it's about the r,                          ~             ,'    ,;
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   «:2S— (2) News                  jeneral manager of CBS's 50- ive minutes ahead of air time
                                                                                                                                    1:25- (4) News                          7:10- (2) Weather                      6:30— (2) Sunrise Semester      man Washington bureau, had a hat he was to sit with Walter
        Money Is No Lure               ^ m e - o n l y in Sweden w e g et! h * m e m a k m K- S"PPOrf'ns Hans,                                (5) News i                             (11) News
  MGM executives predict that| f r e e hospital, free doctors."                           !n a c o m e d
                                                                                                         y " l l eEmerson, Owho
                                                                                                                     ™e       dd
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           (4) Continental         ringside seat for John F. Ken Cronkite. He had no idea what
                                                                                          ball," is Eaye                                      (7) News                     7:15- (2) News                                       Classroom          nedy's biggest TV success, but he was to do, or any time to
her first American picture will! Her husband is Harry Schein, plays his wife. By mutual con 1:30- (2) As The World Turns                                                   7:25—(11) Weather                       7:00— (2) News
make her an international star| a wealthy Swedish businessman, sent, husband and wife switch                                                                                                                                                       saw two different Kennedys in prepare."
                                                                                                                                              (4) Dr. Hudson                7:30— (2) Eichmann and Israel                  (4) Dave Garroway       action the same evening.                Sig Mickelson and John Day.
whether she wants to or not.         i that's another reason for her lack domestic stations, with Faye be-                                     (5) Movie                               (t) Wagon Train             7:15- (5) Call to Prayer                                            who headed up CBS's news and
   Money apparently is not the:of preoccupation with finances. coming the breadwinner and                                                                                                                                                                   Kennedy-Nixon Debate
                                                                                                                                               (7) Susie                               (5) Sergeant Dekker         7:2S— (7) Morning Prayer                                            public affairs division, were re-
lure for Miss Thulin.                     "She's a fortunate actress," Hans the brcadmaker.                                         2:00- (2) Face the Facts                           (7) Hong Kong                7:30— (5) Debbie Drake             "I was chairman for the first
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       moved from their posts last Jan-
                                       says Schein. "She need worry on-                                                                        (4) Jan Murray                           (9) Movie-1958                     (7) Pip The Piper       Kennedy-Nixon TV debate, and at
                                       ly about the script—not the mon- 7: IS - (Ch. 4) — Wagon Train                                          (7) Day In Court                             "The Crawling Eye"      7:45— (5) News                 the conclusion I felt that Nixon uary, and Smith describes the
                                       ey.'                                               —Cook Charley Wooster falls                        (II) Movie ,                            (11) Honeymooners              8:00— (2) News                 had won on points. But then I ousting as "a push from below."
                                          One aspect o( Hollywood film- helplessly and hopelessly in love J:SO- (I) House Party                                             »:00- (5) R.C.M.P                              (5) Sandy Becker        went back to my hotel and saw The new CBS news boss Is Rich-
                                       making bothers her in the same with a traveling actress in "The                                         (4) Loretta Young'                    (11) Bold Journey                     (7) Little Rascals         he tape replay on a TV set, and ard Salant.
                                       way it bothered Garbo. She likes Nellie Jefferson Story." Janis                                     ' (7) Seven Keys                          (13) Mike Wallace              8:10- (2) News                 realized that Kennedy's air of "It must be remembered, too."
                                       to be alone on the set.                             Paige has the role of Nellie. New                   (9) Star and Story           8:20—(13) Dialing the News              8:15— (2) Captain Kangaroo      confidence and ease was more Smith adds, "that CBS News was
                                                Wants to Be Alone                          wagonmaster John Mclntire slow-                   (13) Movie                     8:30— (2) Danger Man                    8:30—(IS) Religious Program     impressive than what either man born in Europe. This was fine as
                                          "It's not that we Swedes do                      Iv loses his temper over the way 2:55- (5) News                                              (4) Price Is Right                                          had said," Smith explains.          long as Europe's capitals were
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    8:45— (13) Community Newsree
                                       not like people around. We love Wooster (Frank McGrath) pam 3:60— (2) Millionaire                                                                (5) Award Theater           9:00— (2) People's Choice           In retrospect, Smith believes news centers, but they withered.
                                       people but when we are concen- pers her. Chanee-of-Dace drama                                           (4) Young Dr. Malone                     (7) Ozzie and Harriet               (4) Family              that Richard Nixon's ill-at-ease Now, Washington is the news
                                       trating on a scene, we do not for a long-run favorite.                                                  (5) Dateline Europe                   (11) M Squad                           (7) I Married Joan      performance on the first debate center of the world. A good story
                                       like to be distracted.                                                                                  (7) Queen For A Day                   (13) Play of the Week                (13) Jack La Lanne        resulted from the knowledge tha doesn't come out of Rome or
                                          "This was my first picturej 8:30 — (Ch. 2) — Danger Man                                              (9) Film Drama               9:00— (2) My Sister Eileen              9:25- (5) News                  he had made a tactical mistakt London more than once in six
                                       here, so I was polite and allowed \—                     with the
                                                                                                          demise of John Ran- S:30- (2) Verdict Is Yours                                (4) Perry Como              *:30— (2) My Little Margie      by agreeing to the TV debates in months."
                                       people on the set. I know I did                    dal
                                                                                               ! ("Wanted—Dead or Alive"),                  , (4) From These Roots                      (5) Movie-1944                      (5) Topper              the first place.                          Disagrees With Hagerty
                                       not do as well as I did In Swe- make way for special investigator                                       (5) Doorway To Destiny                    „ "Lifeboat"                       (7) Memory Lane             One of Smith's own immediate Eleven of the 20 years Smith
                                       den where no one is permitted                       John Drake. Patrick McGoohan                        (7) Who Do You Trust?                    (7) Hawaiian Eye                  (13) Movie                responsibilities in this baffling has been with CBS were spent as
                                       to watch movies being made." plays Drake, an international se-                                          (I) Movie                                (9) Long John Nebel        10:00— (2) I Love Lucy           game of television is to erase chief European correspondent, so
                                          Her husband interrupted to ex-                   curity agent, who flys anywhere                   (11) Chriitie Comedies                   (11) Trackdown                        (4) Say When            the impression that NBC and his experience with news centers
                                                                                           in ths world to uphold law and « : » - (2) Brighter Day                          9:30- (2) I've Got A Secret            _ _ (5) Movie                    Huntley-Brinkley_ have grabbe. is considerably more than aca-
                                       plajnthat J_nj»rjd,_as_an _actres5.
                                                                                           orderrln opener, he goes to Paris              ~~ (4) Make Room " p o p                      (9) Harness". Racing                                        the lead from CBS In the fieli demic!
                                        submerges herself so much into to search for a slayer. A beautiful                                                                                                         10:30- (2) Video Village
                                        a role that she becomes the per- Swedish girl (Sarah Lawson)                                                Daddy                             (ID Californians                      (4) Play Your Hunch     of news.                                A Louisianan, Smith graduated
                                        son of the script.                                                                                      (5) Douglas Fairbanks      10:00- (2) U.S. Steel Hour                       (7) Ray Milland                                              from Tulane.University in 1938,
                                                                                           helps him track his man to a                                                                                                                                     Huntley-Brlnkley Team
                                                Even Good as a Boy                                                                             (7) American Bandstand                   (4) Peter Loves Mary       11:00— (2) Double Exposure                                            then studied at Heidelberg Uni-
which Bill Traven is seeking                                                               hunting lodge. And he doesn'                      (II) Abbott and Costello                                                                                   "I have great respect for both versity. After a year as a re-
                                          "In America." he said, "many have a "kookie" gun, either.                                                                                     (7) Naked City                      (4) Price Is Right
ligru of • fearsome pre-his- of the stars are personalities                                                                                  (13) Financial Report                                                                                   Dave Brinkley and Chet Hunt- porter in New Orleans, he was
                                                                                                                                                                                      (ID High Road                         (7) Morning Court    ,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     ley," Smith says, graciously. "I awarded a Rhodes Scholarship at
                                       who always play themselves no                                                                 4:05—<11) Cartoon?         -          10:30- (4) Johnny Midnight              11:20- (») News «nd Weather
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     still believe, however, that with Oxford. In 1941 he joined CBS
          just a toy to the tre- matter what the role. They do not
mandous beast
                                       have to concentrate so deepy."                      New                                       4: IS— (2) Secret Storm
                                                                                                                                    4:3*- (2) Edge of Night
                                                                                                                                               (4) Here's Hollywood
                                                                                                                                                                                        <9) Movie
                                                                                                                                                                                      (11) Wild Cargo
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   11:25— (5) News
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            (I) Almanac Newsreel
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   11:30— (2) Your Surprise
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Doug Edwards we have a better as its Berlin correspondent.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     nightly news program than the Smith does not subscribe to for-
                                          Ingrid disclosed that she so
from "GORGO," King Broth- throws herself into a role that at
       production for                  various times in her career she
                                                                                         Monmouih                                              (5) Mr. District Attorney
                                                                                                                                             (11) Laurel and Hardy
                                                                                                                                                                                            "Mother Is A
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            (4) Concentration
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Huntley-Brinkley program. We mer Eisenhower press secretary
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Jim Hagerty's recent accusation
                                       has                                                    A supper party was held March                  (13) Studio 99Vi                               Freshman"                       (5) Romper Room                  RECEIVES AWARD              that most TV-radio reporters
Goldwyn-M.y.r. I f , a thrill                                                                                                                                              11:00- (2) News                                                                                               are just "voices and faces" re-
                                       the Bronx in "Two for the See 28 for the eighth birthday of Ei- 4:55—(ll) Spunky and Tadpole                                                                                         (7) Love That Bob!          NEW YORK (AP)-Playwright
drama                                  Saw" on ths Swedish stage. She leen Cicero, daughter of Mr. and                              5:00- (2) Ljfe of Riley                             (4) News'                           (») Speak Up             Lillian Hellman has been awarded
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         laying reports gathered by
                                                                                                                                               (4) Movie                                (5) News                          (13) TV Bandstand                                              trained wire service reporters.
color that                           jhas also played a Negro girl. Mrs. Alfonso Cicero. Maplewood                                                                                                                                                  the Brandeis University 1960
                                                                                                                                               (5) I Led Three Lives                    (7) News                                                                                            Hagerty had Just taken over
the adga of your seat!        K j o w Most amazing is that she played Dr. Attending were Carol Gil-                                            (9) Mischief Makers                    (ID News
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Creative Arts Medal in Theater.
                                          boy in "The Magician."                          christ, Susan Finn, and Linda                                                                                                                                 The citation, which includes a the job of ABC's vice president
at Eatontown Drive-ln.                   "I didn't realize how well                       Vitola.                                           (11) Bozo the Clown
                                                                                                                                            (13) Citizen Soldier
                                                                                                                                                                           11:10- (2) Weather
                                                                                                                                                                                        (4) Weather
                                                                                                                                                                                        (5) Movie-1949
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    MOVIE TIMETABLE                 cash award of {1,5000, was es- in charge of news, and maybe
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    tablished in 197 for valuable he was speaking of his own net-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  n 1957
                                                                                             Robert Krenra. son of Mr. and 5:2S—(11) Clutch Cargo                                                                  RED BANK                         contributions to the world of j work, where good reporters are
                              RADIO                                                       Mrs. William Krenra. Vern"icn
                                                                                            '!., celebrated his 11th birthday,
                                                                                                                                    5:30— (2) Movie
                                                                                                                                              (5) Heckle and Jeckle
                                                                                                                                                                                            "Mrs. Mike"
                                                                                                                                                                                        (7) Weather
                                                                                                                                                                           11:15-(2) Movie—1944
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Carlton—Cimarron 2:00: 7:00 drama. Miss Hellman, currentlyiin short supply.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    9:25.                            represented on Broadway by I "TV does demand personality
       WABC               77»                WNEW                                         March 31, with members of his                        (7) Lone Ranger                                                                                      "Toys in the Attic," is also the too," says Smith. "We need good
                          180                WOR                            710                                                                (9) Movie                                    "The Purple Heart'     EATONTOWN                        author of "The Children's Hour," newsmen who have personality.
       WCBS                                                                               family.
      WHTC               1411                WPAT                          (30                                                              (11) Three Stooges                          (4) Jack Paar               Drive-in—Gorgo 7:05; 10:45 T - i.ifMR Foxes" and Watch I wouldn't choose one without the
       WNBC                                  WQXR                        15(0                                                               (13) Teen Quii                              (7) Movie-1941              Herod The Great 9:10.                                                other for TV reporting."
                              no                                                              Jerry Murphv, ton of Mr. and                                                                                                                          on the Rhine,"
                  AFTIRNOON                       _ WOR Newa        Mrs. Albert Murohy, Veronica                                                                                                         HAZLET
tliaa—WABC Ch.rli. Gr..r                    Til*—WCBS Nii»a: Ed Joyce
              WCBt New.
              WHTO Monroouth-Octn
                      Newe Summary
              WNBC Newe: Jim Lowe
                                                      WNBC Morgaa B.atty
                                                      WOR- New.:
                                                             Gabriel Heater
                                            Til*—WOR Capitol Clo.e-Up
                                                                                    spent three days this week
                                                                              in Washington, D. C. with mem-
                                                                              bers of the Junior Holy Name So-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Loew's Drive-In—Cartoon 7:00:
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Cimarron 7:05; 10:00: Nature's
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Strangest Creatures' 9:50.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          WALTER READE
              WOK N«»i, John Scott          7t4I—WNBC New York City            :ietv of St. Mary's Catholic

l i l l ! — - W O R Th« I'iUR-trald.                                           Church.                                                                                                                             ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS
               WCBS Firli Report                       WOR I'.rlton Fredrick!
              WHTO Tt!> !• Monmouth         THO—WNBC Wayn, Howell                                                                                                                                                   Atlantic—Where The Boys Are
                      County                 7i»—WABC New.: Chuck                                                                                                                                                                                                               ' RED        BANK
                                                             Dunawmy             Mr. and Mrs. Willard Foster                                                                                                        7:20; 9:20.
 ISIM—WHTO Count; Af»nt
               WCBt Allen Cr.T              •lOO—WCBS World Tonight            and famllv spent three d a y list                                                                                                   KEANSBURG
t i l l * — W H T O Newa:                              WNBC Nawa: Wayne        week in Drakesbranch, Va. They
                       RaUxinl Uuilo                         Howall                                                                                                                                                 Cas"no-Matinee 2:00; Ten Who
                                                       WOR New., World Tods* attended the funeral nf Mr. Fos-
ISlS*—WABC Newa: Kirr.ll Smith
,              WNBCEmphttl*                 • l IB—WCBS Ed Joyce               ter's father, Wesley B. Foster.                                                                                                      Dared 6:30; 9:35; Wizard Of                         N            Story of a
   1I«D—WCBS Newa                           • 110—WOR Sporta                                                                                                                                                        Bagdad 8:05.                                                     VAST
              WHT« Headline., Elf           • i l l — W O R My Trua Storr
                      Prlctl. Muilc
              WNBC N.wi: Jim I-ow.
                                             • •••—WABC New.: Chuck
                                                             Dunaway              Miss Helen Foster, Lawrence                                                                                                      KEYPORT                                              O              and
              WOK N««i
    lit*—-WCBS Man and Wlfa
                                             • •••—WNBC Newa; Bob Haymu PI., celebrated her Hth birthday
                                                       WCBS New.; World Of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Strand—Cimarron 6:45; 9:17.                                 VIOLENT
                                                                               recently at a family dinner.                                                                                                        LONG BRANCH
    l l t t — W C B S BobOizon
              WOK Carlton FraderlcVe
                                            •ISO—WOR New.: McCullouth
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Baronet—Facts of Life 2:22;
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        W        LAND!
    Ilia—WHTO K m ;                                                 1               Mr. and Mrs. Harold Morford
                       Relaxing Hu.le
    tlSS—WABC Nawa: Karr.ll Smith
              WH»C Frophaai.
    tiao—WCBS Newa; Womai'a
                                                            S                    Keyport Rd.. have returned home
                                                                                 after spending a month with fhelr
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    7:22; 9:31; Golden Peninsula
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    2:12; 7:13> 9:33.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            For Your
                                            lOUa—WOR McCu'llough A Ellol daughter arvi fsniil". Mrs. F "»»'
                       Report on
                       Waahington                       WCBS Dance Music                                                      Nancy Kwan and William Holden reheans a romantic ASBURY PARK                                                                 Convenience
                                            I..1I—WOK U.N. Tnda,                 Soden of West Covina, Calif.                                                                                      Lyric—Tunes Of Glor> 7:20; 9:-
               WHTO Headline.. Muilc
                                            1OI4S—WOR Bible Reading              They also visited Mr. and Mrs                sequence for Ray Stark'i "The World of Suiie Wong."                                                                            • •    •
               WNBC Nawa: Jim Lowe                                                                                                                                                                 20                                                        Parking
              WOK Nawa. Lee Smith           i o n s — W A B C Newa: Scott Mail   Charles Fisher and daughter,
                                            1H.O—WCBS New.                                                                    Although The Technicolor drama was Miss Kwan's first                 Mayfalr-All In a Night's Work
    H I S — W C U Bob Dixon                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Every
               WOR Galen Draka                          ""BCN.WI: Bob H.ym.a Sue, of Soring Vallev. Calif., xnd               film, director Richard Quine commented that "I have                  2:55; 7:25; 9:35.
    SiSS—WHTO Nawa:                                     WOR Newa                 nther relatives and friends in Cal-                                                                                                                                         Evening
                       Relaxing Muilo       t i l l * — W C B I Starlight Salute                                              never teen a newcomer perform so competently. I would                St. James—All Hands on Deck
    aisa—WABC N.wi; Jack Carney                          WOR Jean Shepard        ifornia.                                                                                                          3:40; 7:00; 10:15; Circle of De-                          • •     •
               WNBC Emnhaale                1IH«—WCBS Muaio 'Til Dawn                                                         tell her what to do and instinctively she would add a                                                                          Opposite
  'SISOWCBS New.; Tcraonai Story
               WHTO Headline.. Muilo
                                            HUB—WABC Newa: Happlneia
                                                              Kxchange                              Louise and Linda S m sixth sense of her own." Starting Friday at the Shore
                                                                                                                                                                                                   ception 2:00; 8:35.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     —«GLENN FORO - MA
               WNBC Newa: Jim Lnw.          »»,#»_WNBC New.; All Night In to of Paterson are spending this                                                                                        MONTCLA1R                                                                          ANNE BAXTER -ARTHU
               WOK Newa: I.»le> Van                           N.Y.
                                                     WOK Long John                        we»k with Mr and Mrs. Leon
                                                                                                                              Drive-In Theatre, Collingwood Circle.                                Clalridge— Seven Wonders Of                              Theatre
    *il»—WOR Arlene Francla
               WCBS Martha Wright                   M0HNINO PROGRAMS                      ard fanumdo. Chapman Ter.                                                                                The World 2:00; 8:30.                                                              Shows Dally 2-7-9
    aisa—WHTO New.:                     I      '«•—WABC Herb Oacar Anderaon                                                                                                                                                                                                          Saturday - Sunday
                       Relaxing Mulle                WCBt Jack Sterling                                                     John Neville, of Bronx; Mr. and area. Prizes were awarded to th
    HIS—WABC Naw>: Jack Carney                      WHTO Monmouth-Ocean                                                                                                                                                                                                              Continuous From 2
               WNBC Empheaie                                  Newa Sumary                   The fifth birthday of Maureen Mrs. Ralph Aeronica and family, children. Election of officers will

    4tsa-~WCBS Newa; Information                                                          O'Connor dauehtcr of M- and Marilyn and Carol Ann, of Em- be held at the next meeting, April
              WHTOClo.ini Stock
                       Report; Musie
               WNBC Newa: Art Ford
                                                     WOR Newa; P r l C "                  Mrs. C. Roeer O'Connor. Daniel erson.
                                                                                          St., was celebrated FrM^v b
                                                                                          member, of the family. Mr. and On Thursday. Mrs. Carl Herr,
                                                                                                                                                                25, in Buck Smith's Restaurant,
                                                                                                                                                                East Keansburg.                                                                                             EATONTOWN
              WOK Newa: John Winirate
    41 I t — WCBS Kenneth Ranghart                                                        Mrs. O'Connor andfamil" vi«'tcd Mrs. Ralph Knappenberger, Mrs. FISKE PAPERS PRESERVED                                                                                             DRIVE-IN THEATRE
               WOR Radio New York                                                         Mrs. Frank Aires, Nutley, Sun Joseph Calandriello, Virginia, NEW YORK (AP> — The
   «•*•—WHTO New>: Relaxing
                       Munie                               , {;oJ, d ^:;.                 day.                              Ralph and Marylu Knappenber- theatrical papers of Minnie Mad-
    4ll>—WABC N.w.; Jack Carney
                                                     WHTO Headline.:                                                        cr, Julia Calandriello, Eileen and dern Fiske, stage star at the turn
               WHTQ Fort Monmouth                                                                                                                               of the century, have been pre-
                       New.                          WOR NaVa* "' '" " "                    Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Colucci Karen Herr attended the circus
              WNBC Emnhaala                                                                                                                                     sented to the Library of Con-
                                             . . . W , N B C N t w i : Bl11 C l l l | e " of .Tersev City spent the week- in New York City.
    I K * — WCBI Nawa: Sidelight.            • III—WOR Dorothy and Dlak                                                                                         gress.
               WHTO Monmouth-Octan                                                        end with Mr. and Mrs. Harold
                       Nawe Summary                  WCBS Sterling                                                                                            Included among 23,000 items
                                             1,10—WHTO New,                  "            Amberg of Locust Ter.                Dean Sadccki, son of Mr. and
              WKBC New.: Art F«rd                             Relaxing Mu.Ie                                                                                   [are letters from Ellen Terry,
              WOK Newa: John Scott                                                                                             ^s. Stanley Sadecki, Treux PI.         Skinner, Dean Howells, Rob-
    • i l l — W C B I Kenneth Bamhart        • ill—WABC New.;
               WHTO Dow Jonea Average!                        "* r b ""car Anderior         The ninth birthday of Karen celebrated his eighth birthday ert Ingersoll, Evanqeline Booth,
              WOR Radio New York                                                          Herr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Thursday at a family party. William Gillette, John Drew and
    SlSS—WHTONrwa: Relaxing                                                               Carl Hcrr, Truox PI., was cele-
                   ' Mu.lo                                                                                                                                      Jack London.
    • i l l — W A B C New.                                                                brated recently at a familv par- The Palmer Civic Associaton (•Presentation of the material
                    IVININO                                                               tv. Present were Mrs. Catherine sponsored an Easter egg hunt was made by Miss Olive Kooken,
    • 100—WA»C.Tack Carney                                                                Duggan, Miss Catherine Neville, I Monday in the Palmer Gardens a sculptor friend to whom Mrs.
                                             • ISS-WNBC
              WCBt New.
              WHTOllradllnea: Dinner              JSSS                                                                                                          Fiske's husband bequeathed the            BONANZA                                              WALT DISNEY'S
             d i m off           1                                          EVER HAPPEN TO Y O U ?                              By Blake         papers. The actress died in 1932.                                                            "101 DALMATIANS'
                      6:30 p.m.)
                                                  '           Arthur Godfrey
                                                      WHTO Headline.: Mu.lo                                                                                                                                 SPECIAL
               WNBC Nt».: Sport.
               WOR New: Lyle Van
                                                      WNBC New.: Art Ford             ANNUAL PeClSIOM OH WHAT SHOULP                                                                                      FREE.
                                                      WOR New. rteporta
    • i l l — W C B I Sport*: Rob CooVe     i o n s — W O R Martha Deane
               WNBC Art Ford                10110—WHTO New.:                          GO IM THE SAPErPePQSlT                                                                                                                                                   ALEC GUINNESS
               WOR Newa: John Wlngate
    • US—WABC Paul Harver
                                                            Relaxing Muaio
                                                      WOR Interview..                                                                                                                                  DRIVE-IN                                              •TUNES OF GLORY'
    • HO—WCBI Newn:
               WABC Newa Report!
               WOR New.:
                                                            Martha Deane
                                            lOllfc—WABC Ni-w.:
                                                                                       yes,                                          HOW •SOOT ALL                                                     THEATRE
                                                                                                                                                                            GATES OPEr NICIIUY • 6 : 3 0 P K
                                                            Chnrlle Greer
                                                                                      IF THE HOUSE BUKNEP,                       THAT USED CHRISTMAS                               MOVIES al 7 P.I.
                       Henry Glarintone
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               WCBt I-ow,II Thorn.,
                                            tllOO— WCBS
                                                            Newn: lloune Party
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                                                            N.w«; Art Ford
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                                                                                                                                                                               Bridge Column                                                          Wednesday, April 5, 1901—15

                                      AT ONE TIME                             YES.' NOW 1
                                                                             RECALL THE
                                                                                                                                                                                         By ALFRED SHEINWOLD                                          Health Board
                                                                                                                                           Jam Stayman, captain of the
                                                                                                                                        team I played on in the Vander-
                                                                                                                                        bilt Cup contest a few weeks                   The Hand
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Has Ordered
                                                                                                                                        ago, is technically a simon-pure
                                                                                                                                        amateur since he makes a living
                                                                                                                                                                                 South dealer
                                                                                                                                                                                 North-South vulnerable
                                                                                                                                        as a textile manufacturer and                                                                               UNION BEACH — The Board
                                                                                                                  LIKE A HUGE MASTIFF I plays bridge for the love of the                 •• 9 4 *
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                of Health last week in Cottage
                                                                                                                 HE EVEN KEEPS A - ' —    ;ame, but in all other respects
                                                                                                                                        he ranks as an old pro. One of                                                                           Park School discussed plans to
                                                                                                                                        the tests Is that the o p . knows WEST                                                                 I have the mobile Xtray unit visit
                                                                                                                                        all of the dodges.                                                                                       the borough this spring.
                                                                                                                                            When Stayman held the South 0 8                                                                         Plans also are being made for
                                                                                                                                        hand in one of the early rounds           I 8 ' 64                                                     Jan all out inspection of drainage
                                                                                                                                        of the Vanderbilt, he felt confi-                SOUTH
MICKEY MOUSE                                                                                                  By WALT DISNEY dent that the opponents had a                                  A                                                    areas. The inspection will be held
                                                                                                                                        reasonable play for game                                                                                 within the next two months.
                _1_                                                                       UNCA MICKEY/SCWEDNEI                                                                           6K
 THIS IS THE NEW                                                                         SWlPSP TUB MUP RES ~                           spades. His partner's raise to two                                                                          Violators of health code regula-
                                                                                         WE PUT IN THE                                  diamonds showed a weak hand South West North                                                            tions are being summoned to
                                                                                         ICEBOX T O SET!                                with diamond length and fewer           O     Pass    2 ">•                                              court for being unwilling to com-
                                                                                                                                        than four cards in either major NT Pass                50                                                  ly with the board's requests for
                                                                                                                                        suit. Hence the opponents sure-             Opening lead —
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   orrecting violations.
                                                                                                                                        ly held at least eight spades be                                                                             The board will meet again April
                                                                                                                                        tween them together with enough                                                                           A at 8 p.m. in the school.
                                                                                                                                        strength in high cards and dis-              DAILY QUESTION
                                                                                                                                         tribution to bid a game.                                               PERT, PRETTY PLAYTIM
                                                                                                                                                                               As dealer you hold: Spades—K ERS for the young miss is this
                                                                                                                                            The average player waits for        8 6. Hearts—Q J 10 2. Dia- bright white criskay blouse ap-
                                                                                                                                         lightning to strike in this situ- monds—* Clubs— A K Q 9 What pliqued with a cotton satin
                                                                                                                                         ation. He sits by until the oppon- do you say?                         flower. The gay shorts pick-up
                                                                                                                                         ents bid their game; and then Answer: Bid one club. Start the vivid colors of the applique.                          L
                                                                                                                                         he decides whether or not to sac-with a low-ranking suit when you
                                                                                                                                         rifice at five diamonds. By this have 4-4-4-1 distribution. You are
                                                                                                                                         time the opponents have had thethen in position to raise partner's
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      MINISTERIAL AID                         A
THE PHANTOM                                                                                   By Lee Folk and Wilson McCoy and how high they their affordsuit response or bid a new suit at a visiting ministers (AP) —in to
                                                                                                                                         chance to discover
                                                                                                                                                                           to comfortable level.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  PERRY, Okla.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Five               N
                                       ~ A 5 THEY SAID-MOVES                                             WE SAW-IRON I KNOCK Y WAIT.'    play. They can make an intelli                                        help the Rev. Grady Bohanan                  S           B a.
                                                                                                                                         gent choice between doubling and                                      complete a new utility room and
                                                                                                         DRAGON-SPIT/ DOWN \ONEATA
                                                                                                         R|?E~P -*7V!«LL«WE>1 TIME/      bidding on.
                                                                                                                                                                                                            To Attend
                                                                                                                                                                                                               carport on the Church of the             *2O to *5OO
                                                                                                                       aw                             Act At Once
                                                                                                                                                                                                               Nazarene parsonage.                  TAKE UP T O 24 MONTHS TO REPAY
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   [SHORT FORM LOAN APPLICATION
                                                                                                                                            The expert takes his sacrifice
                                                                                                                                              advance. One way is to jump                                   GOP Confab
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  The Emperor Charlemagne
                                                                                                                                                                                                                (742-814) founded many cathedra
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        for the convenience of one uih&
                                                                                                                                              five -diamonds at once. You                                      and monastery schools although Almost everyone has ntabVtahei
                                                                                                                                             pect to get doubled, but oc-
                                                                                                                                             sionally you push the oppon-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                he himself was illiterate unti credit. Yours, in all probability, i
                                                                                                                                                                                                                his old age.                         a matter of record. The information
                                                                                                                                            its to five hearts or five spades Members of the Bayshore Area                                           requested below is strictly confiden
                                                                                                                                              a stab rather than as an in- ederation of Republican Women                                             t u l We i w it only to identify you
                                                                                                                                            lllgent decision.                 will attend the annual regiona                                         Pill OUT • TEAK OFF • MAIL TO IK
                                                                                                                                                                              meeting and luncheon of the New
                                                                                                                                            Stayman's sacrifice was more
                                                                                                                                                                              Jersey Federation of Republican
                                                                                                                                            •tful. He bid four notrump as                                                                             ' AmouDt Requested
                                                                                                                                                                              Women for the South Central Re-                                        Bhrricd •     Single D
                                                                                                                                            ough he were trying for
                                                                                                                                                                               ion tomorrow in Medford-Lodge
                                                                                                                                            am. It was clear to him that
                                                                                                                                                                              Medford Lakes.
                                                                                                                                            s partner couldn't have two
MARK TRAIL                                                                                                             By ED DODD :es, so he couldn't get highe The South central region con
                                                                                                                                            an five diamonds.                 sists of Burlington, Mercer, Mon
                  1VB GOT TO KEEP                                                                                                           The advantage of bidding fou mouth and Ocean Counties.
                WHITFIB.D FROM DIGGING                                                                                                      >trump was that Stayman was "Stairway to the State House1
                UP THE BEAR UVER ANP                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Do Yon O n D Rent • BoudD
                                                                                                                                            ilikely to get doubled at five will be the theme of the affair,
                       EATING rr/                                                                                                           amonds. West was a bit sus-
                                                                                                                                                                                                               LET ME GET YOU                         Employer _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
                                                                                                                                                                              which will start at 10:30 a.m.
                                                                                                                                            cious of the auction, but he Guest speakers will be Somer- GOOD TENANTS FAST!                             Employer*! Addren .
                                                                                                                                            luMn't be sure that South wa set County Assemblyman Ray-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Start the New Year by tear- Ho* Long                   Sthiy-
                                                                                                                                            it stealing. Stayman lost a mond H. Bateman and nationa ing up your "For Rent" n:gns.
                                                                                                                                            lade, a heart and a club, for a committeewoman Mrs. Webster I'm 0. Howie Hustles, a Red Occups!ion~.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          KHPLOTBR IB HOT NOTIFIED
                                                                                                                                            ss of only 100 points. A doubli B. Todd.                             Bank Register Classified Ad —
                                                                                                                                            ould have cost him another hun-                                     and your best bet to quickly fill Mora P*opl« know m
                                                                                                                                            •ed points, and every hundred It pays to advertise in The those vacancies with responsible I Mora Pwple n f w tbdr N l a U m
                                                                                                                                            )ints looms very large in tour- Register. —Advertisement.           renters. Start me looking1 now. land Mend* to m
                                                                                                                                            iment play.                                                                                               Mora PeopU eon* back to n
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        I WHEN THEY WANT MORE MONEY

                                                                              By JIM BVRNETT and GEORGE CRANDALL
                                                                                                                                                                          A REMARKABLE LADY
                                                                                                                                                                         PORT WASHINGTON, N.Y
                                                                                                                                                                        AP) — Little Lady has jus1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        INTEREST ON YOUR                      BELL
                                                   I W * 5 THINK1N1
                                                   HOW MUCH
                                                   SMARTS? MEN
                                                                                                                                                you S E T
                                                                                                                                                WWW YOU
                                                                                                                                                                        iven birth to her 91th offspnn
                                                                                                                                                                        - something all the more re
                                                                                                                                                                        »arkable in view of the faci
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        V          SAVINGS                   INANCEj
                                                                                                                                                                        rat Little Lady is 13 years o'd
                                                               APE THAN                                                                           FW FOR.'               She is a part-Persian cat wti                                                          pmen Convenient to
                                                                                                                                                                        as kept her mistress, Mrs                                                               Tour Borne or R r orft&
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          BED BANK 177 tread SlfMI • JH 1-VO0O
                                                                                                                                                                        Catherine -Winger., busy findnnf                                                  nCEHOlDi37E.MalnSlrM • HO2-160
                                                                                                                                                                        omes for the young ones. Bii                                                      lONOBtANCHtUtte'woy • C A 2 - I 3 U
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          EATONTOWMi 22 Main 51. • U 2-4409
                                                                                                                                                                        trs. Winget doesn't mind he                                                       ATUNTIC HIGH1ANM.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Htwoy 36 roar l»t Av»!   • AT t.3300
                                                                                                                                                                        ause Little Lady is, as she says,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          1OANS MA0£ IM A l l NtAUV TOWNt
                                                                                                                                                                          perfect lady, except twice         RED BANK       HOLAADEL    FAIR HAVEN

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                                                                                                                     'coux&e t COUUP TAKB U?
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Middletown Twp. Blanks Rumson,
7-0, in Opener; Ken Ruby Gets Win
    MIDDLETCWN — Coach Arnieget through his legs (or a pair of had Jack Zinpa on first via a took over to finish up. After he
T r u e x s Middletown Township'runs. Jim Miller looked lost astoiwalk. then George Weiss hit tOjgot over a rough four-run inning
High School had little- trouble^what to do with the ball when Herr at short. Herr fielded withjj n the fourth, the lanky Bulldog
knocking off Rumson-Fair Haven Middletown laid down four good lease, tossed to Kevin Truex at | C hucker settled down. Schank
Regional, 7-0. here yesterday as bunts in a row.                                 ; second, who fired a perfect shot fanned seven batters, striking
the two nines inaugurated their1 Middletown shaped up fairly j to first for the twin killing. In out the side in the sixth.
1961 baseball seasons.                     iwell and only once the outfield!fact, Rumson never moved a Middletown picked up its first
    It was far from baseball I looked asleep on a fly ball. It! runner past second base.                                    < run in the first without getting a
weather, but the players went j dropped between the center and|                             Schank Fans Seven                    hit. Kevin Truex fanned, Bob
through seven chilly innings with [ right fielders, but according to;                                                            Stover and Luftman wei'e walked,
the fans also chilled to the bones!the fly chasers, it was hard to: One of the bright spots f o r and then, on Sam Capalbo's roll-
                                   ™,w...^ . .                        —                                   -
In watching their f i r V g a i n e ! " | see fly balls on' the dark, cloudy j Coach Cliff Applegate                  a s t h e er, there was a mixup in getting
    Rumson looked a little ragged'afternoon. The Lion* looked pitching of Pete Schank. Mike the ball to the proper base.
in a couple of spots when George:sharp on a double play that cut | Bartlett worked three innings which allowed Stover to go all
Weiss at short let a grounder ! Rumson off fast. The Bulldogs'giving up t w c ^ r ^ s j h e n j c h a n k the way to the plate.
                                                                                                                                    Bartlett got by the second
                                                                                                                                 inning with no runs, but in the

Alex Peters Pitches 2-Hitter                                                                                                     third he was tagged for two.
                                                                                                                                 Truex started it off with a single
                                                                                                                                 to center field. Stover filed to
                                                                                                                                 center. Luftman then doubled to

To Defeat Neptune Club, 4-1                                                                                                      left field to move Truex to third.
                                                                                                                                 Ken Ruby's hot roller went
                                                                                                                                 through Weiss' legs and both run-
                                                                                                                                 ners dashed home.
    NEPTUNE — Alex Peters, the Bill Hogan, Keyport's center Bob Davis almost completed The Lions' big fourth inning
 mainstay of Keyport H i g h fielder, gave Peters the support                      the seven innings for Neptune,
                                                                                                                                 was due t o a string of bunts
 School's pitching staff, sent the! he needed with a strong hunk of but got into serious trouble in which shook Schank up for this
 Red Raiders off in the right di-            willow. Hogan had two for three, the seventh, the result being a one inning. Herr was walked,
 rection yesterday when he fired with one shot going for a triple. tight ball game opened up Lead- stole second and scored on War-
 a twofcitter to beat Neptune, 4-1, Ray Scuorzo, Keyport receiver, ing, 2-1, going into the last frame, ren DeBrown's single to left field.
 on the Flier's diamond.                     proved he was no weakling with Keyport scored two runs to ice                       Then came the bunts. Beverage
     Peters showed he had control the bat as he rapped out three the issue. Davis got two outs, and Truex dropped 'em to load the
 by walking only one batter andj hits in four trips to the plate. One              but Jim Miller had to come in to
 getting 10 others on strikes.               of ' hits went for a double.
                                               ' his ' ~                           get out that third man in' the                                              tempted COLD "OPENER — Middletown Township and Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High Schools opened their baseball
                                                                                   seventh.                                      steal, Andy Acquaro, Rumson's seasom yesterday, and if it weren't for th» calendar, spectators would have thought it was football weather In-
                                                                                      Despite cold weather for a base- ^sftecon^wWc^was^he^tr- l t " a d o f b a s o b a l 1 - C o a c ! l A m ' B T r u < x ' Middletown, third from left, and Coach Cliff Applegata, Kumion, check
Player All Cranked Up To                                                           ball game, both clubs played good niaxing'point^of the^four runs'!' . the score book. Players checking t o s«« if they're starters, left to right, are Bob Stover and Sam Capalbo, Mid-
                                                                                   ball and each contributed three Ruby started for the lions and dletown, and Jim Miller and Norm Hesie, Rumson. Middletown won, 7-0.
                                                                                   errors to keep that department the farther he went the better he
Win Masters Golf Tourney                                                           even, too.
                                                                                      After a scoreless first inning,
                                                                                                                                  got. However, he w a s only al-
                                                                                   both teams scored a single run lowed to ride, tfio mound for four                           Sports,
     AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) - South er charge for Palmer's coveted in the second frame.
 Africa's Player, tha year's lead- crown will come from every side Jim Redd singled to left to two hits, fanned eight and walked
 Ing money winner, conceded yes- in the 72-hoIe medsl play chase start the Fliers off, and then two batters, Foulkstook over for
                                                                                                                                  innings. In that time he gave up
                                                                                                                                                                              Calendar                       Washington Senators Defeat
 tetfay"he~was          a!J cranked up over Augusta National's blooming went to second on a wild pitch. wiping up details. He worked                                                    —Today
 to become the first foreigner to                                                  Davis grounded out, but on the                 three innings, gave u p two hits,                         Baseball
 win the Masters Golf tourney! practice sessions the past few play Reid advanced to third. fanned four and walked one.
                                                                                                                                                                             Manasquan at Toms River.
 which starts tomorrow.                      days regularly have produced Hatcher fanned, and Spriengle
                                                                                                                                    Schank fanned two in the fourth1, Jamesburg at Hoffman.
     "I've really been working hard rounds under the standard 30-36— walked. On a play to second,                                                                                            Track                            ASSOCIATED PRESS                   edged New York, 2 1 , in 11 in-, The Twins, snapping Milwau
 for this tournament." said the 72 figures despite vigorous winds. Scuorzo threw wild and Reid three in the fifth and two in theRumson-Fair Haven and Keyport The new Washington Senators nings; Kansas City nipped Balti- kee's four-game winning streak,
 perky 25-year-old Player. He has! It could be the first Masters scored.                                                          sixth.                                                                             remained at the head of the more, 11-10, In 10 innings; Cin- blasted Burdette for 16 hits and
                                                                                                                                                                                at Middletown Township.
 earned $25,217 and is the only j title for Billy Casper, the 1959 Keyport scored its run in the Mlddletown (7) H                           AB R
                                                                                                                                                                             Central Regional at Point Pleas- class in the American League cinnati beat Philadelphia 6-5; The                         nine runs in five innings. A homer
                                                                                                                                                       Greens       4 I)
 pro who finished in the moneyju.s. Open champion. His crisp top of the inning when Hogan Btovtr                                                       Mavrcr      .1 0         ant.                                exhibition baseball standings yes- Chicago Cubs edged the Los An- by Billy Gardner and two-run
  in all 12 PGA circuit events j putting and straight <ee shots started it off with his triple to Oberstat 0 1 0 Lewli                 an
                                                                                                                                 Luftman     1
                                                                                                                                                   1 Miller
                                                                                                                                                                    0 0
                                                                                                                                                                    3 .0     St. Rose at Manasquan.                 terday, whipping the Chicago geles Angels, 4-3; and San Fran- triples by Earl Battey and Bob
 played thus far In 1961.                  I have given him three sub-70 tune- right center. Bill Cummings' sac- McCelta                               Ralph        0 0
                                                                                                                                                                             Asbury Park at Toms River.             White Sox, 12-3 as Willie Tasby cisco downed Tacoma of the Pa-                    Allison led the Minnesota offen-
                                                                                                                                 Capalbo       0 0 I Mneer
                                                                                                                                                       M.           3 0
     Only Arnold Palmer, every- up rounds, including a 69 yester- rifice fly to center got the run                               Ruby          0 0 I ZinE»          3 0                                             drove in six runs with a pair of cific Coast League, 7-5.                         sive. John Demerit hit two home-
 body's choice to become the first day after a 67 Monday.                                                                        • Kerrigan    0 0 ! Weiss          3 0                    Tomorrow
                                                                                   over the plate.                               Foulki        0 0 B.rny            0 0 1                                           homers.                                        Tasby's homers put the crusher ers for the Braves.
 repeating champion in the 25-year From what the practice probing The Raiders went ahead. 2-1, Gonnello                                        (I 1 N y e " '       3 0                     Baseball
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Tasby's first circuit shot was on the White Sox, who had built A two-run homer by Duke Sni-
 Masters history, ever took a big- of National's well-cultivated 7,Q00j „,;,[, a n m i n t n e f 0 l l r t h. Hogan Osalfl       Osnato
                                                                                                                                             0 0 0 I Aquaro
                                                                                                                                                                    2 tl °i Central Regional at Bordentown.
                                                                                                                                                                    1 0                                              a grand slam that capped a a 3-2 lead behind the pitching der ignited a four-run first Inning
 ger Winter bankrool into this yards is worth, the likes of three- again started it off with a single                                          I 0 i Hartlplt      .10 0
                                                                                                                                                                    J 00
                                                                                                                                                                                            Friday                  five-run outburst in the eighth and hitting of Cal McLish. Mc- rally and the Dodgers coasted
                                                                                                                                               ft ft | Schank
 elite show over the Augusta Na time champion Sammy Snead: between short and second. He PeBrown 2 1 1 !                                                                                     Baseball              I inning against Juan Pizarro and Lish, who singled across two runs to their victory over the Indians.
tional Course.                             I two-time winner Ben Ho-ian; K e n j w e n t t o second on an error a n d ' p , ' ™ , - . 5 1 0V<  ft !
                                                                                                                                                                             Long Branch at Red Bank.             I brought the surprising Senators in the fifth, checked the Sena- Snider also had two singles while
    Palmer, who has won $22,042 Venturi; Jerry Barter; Chick t o t h i r d o n a ^                          pitch     Brucc  !aumi»r       o o o;                            Matawan at Middletown Town-j from behind for the victory and tors on five hits in his seven- Jimmy Piereall had three hits
 In 10 meets this j e a r , had a Harbert: 1956 champion Jacke Jackson singled to right to move| T,,UI 25 7 ft. T«ai                                              x 0 <; s n jp                                     a 13-8 exhibition record.                   inning stint.
record $26,757 banked before he Burke and even the venerable the run over the rubber.                                                  led (or Huby In ith.                                                                                                                                           for Cleveland nnrl Willie Kirk-
                                                                                                                                            Score hy Inning* ,             (Freehold Regional at Asbury The World champion Pittsburgh, The Tigers laced the aces of land contributed a two-run hom-
stormed to a birdie-birdie finish Byron Nelson, who won in 1937'                             wprp <zr*trrt* fnr Kvn 'n- Htnnsnn               —       0 0 o o ' 0 0-0           park_
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Pirates held on to the top spot; the Pittsburgh staff — Vern Law
to win his second Masters title and 1942, merit consideration.                               were scarce scored its;
                                                                                   nings. Then Keyport ror rwo •n- iu , l!dlEtoll11                 , 0 2«                   St. Rose at Lakewood.                  in the National League with                  and reliever Elroy Face — for! The Cardinals won in the 11th
and a swag of $17,500 in 1960.                  Nelson came up with a 70 intwo in the seventh. Jackson
                                                                                                                                    Two Base Hits: Luftman. Gonnello. Brick Township at Red Bank 17-8 mark despite a 10-2 thumping 14 hits, one a homer, by Al Ka-                                    when Alex Grammas singled
    "I've only had practice rounds          Monday's tuneups. Palmer had walked but was thrown out trying Hits off Ruby, 2 In 4 Innings; Foulkl, Catholic.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    by the Detroit Tigers.                       line. Bob Bruce went the distance home Ken Boyer with the c!in<-h-
                                                                                                                                                           2 In 3 Innlngi;
of 72 and 71. but J've been con- putting trouble in an 18-hole spin to steal second. Pete Rothenberg 2 in 3 Innings: Bartlett, Struck out: By Wall Township a t Rumson-Fairi In other games, Minnesota for Detroit in a six-hit perform-
                                                                                                                                 Schank, 4 fa 3 innings.
serving as much energy as possi- requiring a 74, but he went right reached base on an error and Ruby. 8 by Foulks. 4 hy Bartlet. '3 Haven Regional.                                                                                                                                                   er against Jinj Coates. The Yank-
                                                                                                                                 by Schank. 7. Ba.8ea on balls: off Ruby                                            blasted Lew Burdette and Milwau- ance, the only runs crossing on ees had tied it in the e : "h'h
ble," said Slayer. He has shot back out and toiled another nine went to second on a balk. Houra-                                                                             Atlantic Highlands at Hoffman          kee9-6; the Los Angeles Dodgers; Bob Skinner's two-run homer in with the first earned run off S'
 In the 60'Sin no fewer than 30 for a one-under-par 35.                            han fanned. Scuorzo doubled to                                                            Manasquan at Keyport.                  defeated Cleveland, 8-5; St. Louis1 the third.
 of his 49 competitive rounds to Yesterday's final tapering off right to score Rothenberg and                                                                                                                                                                                                         Louis' • Lindy McDaniels in P
                                                                                                                                                                                            Saturday                                                                                                  innings.
 date. The 5-7!4, 160-pound South will send the field through a 9- Jim Wilson's single got Scuorzo                                                                                          Baseball
African's 69.20 stroke average per hole tourney on Augusta Na- home. Miller then came on to
 round Is the PGA tour's best tional's Course. Sunny, mild get Al Peters to fly out to end                                                                                   Keyport at Toms Ritfer.
                                                                                                                                                                              Brick Township at Red Bank
                                                                                                                                                                                                             Boston Celtics Looking                                                                       Marv Throneberry's 10th Inninf
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      homer gave the A's their vrir>
 mark.                                       weather was predicted for Thurs- the game.                                                                                                                                                                                                               over the Orioles after they tied
    However, the Masters' 9(H>lay- day's opening Masters' round.                      Davis pitched exceptionally well
                                                                                   until that seventh frame. He had
                                                                                                                                                                                                             To Tonight's Hawks Game                                                                  it in the last of the ninth on a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      round tripper by Andy Carey.

Grand Jury Starts Its                                                              10 strikeouts, walked two and was
                                                                                   tagged for seven hit*.
                                                                                                                                                                     N.S. Youth Club                                   BOSTON (AP) — The Boston
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Baltimore had forged ahead with
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   "If we can get (Clyde) Lovel- a six-run ninth inning uprising
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Celtics are looking to tonight's Ictte back by Saturday, w e ' l l i                    included a grand slam homer
                                                                                       Ktrpnrt 11)
                                                                                               AB n H Ttedman
                                                                                                             Neptune (1)
                                                                                                                        3 0                                          Registration Set                                game with St. Louis as the key make it a hellova series," l, e | by Jerry Adatr.
Probe of Cage Scandals                                                             Hourahan . t o o Walsh
                                                                                                4 0 1 Relo
                                                                                                4 0 0 T>avti
                                                                                                                        3 0
                                                                                                                        3 01
                                                                                                                        3 1 1
                                                                                                                        3 00
                                                                                                                               )                                                 NEW SHREWSBURY - T h e : ' 0 whether the national basket- promised.                                                i A pinch-hit triple by Jerry
                                                                                                                                                                              New Shrewsbury Youth C l u b ! ^ " Association playoff goes a LoveJlette, the Hawks' 6-foot-i V ' followed by a balk by
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        L nch

                                                                                   Hcwan          2 2 Hatcher                                                                                     *    . _   _
                                                                                                                                                                              will hold registration for baseball  'full seven games.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 . I Fill I f AIT At*  n i m nr*
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 9 center, their top rebounder and Phils' rookie Dwight Siebler in
    NEW YORK (AP)—The Grand detectives and other investigators Cummlngs 3                                Sorpnson       1 0 0
 Jury yesterday began its probe working on the probe which be-
                                                                                   T V i k l 3           Sprlenitls
                                                                                                                        2 0 0                                                 players S to 16 years of age Sat-1 "I'm looking for a seven game one of their better scorers, suf- the ninth gave the Reds 8i» win-
                                                                                                                        J 1 0)                                                                                                                                                                         ning run. The Phils had battled
 of the new college basketball came public when Aaron Wag'                                               Miller         0 I) 0                                                urday in the rear of the Syca-j eries," Boston Bob Cousy ad- fered a back injury in the West-
                                                                                                         Meglll         2 0 1
                                                                                                                                                                              more School                            mitted yesterday. "But today's ern Division playoff against Los to a tie by knocking Joey Jay out
 scandals, taking testimony from man and Joseph Hacken were
 unidentified witnesses in a two-            arrested and charged with brib- Total                                                                                               The club is also seeking v o l - | 8 a m e . i s the key. If we win that Angeles and was out of action of the box with a four-run rally
 hour session.                                ing three players to shave points
                                                                                               27 4 7 I Total
                                                                                                             linn                                                             unteers of fathers a s managers ? n e the Percentage will be m o u r when Boston punished St. Louis, in the eighth.
     The first witnesses were ex- on games in which their teams Neptune
                                                                                   Keyport .            6 l                                                                    and assistants. The program d e - | I a v o r ,,'° take it in less than 129-95, in the first game of the Rookie Billy Williams, who pre-
                                                                                                        0 1                                                                   pends largely upon assistancej s e v e n '                                         final play-off series.                viously had homered,3gitent Don
 pected to be Seton Hall basket- were involved.                                                   SCMMABV
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        St. Louis Coach Paul Seymour, "He has started shooting," Zimmer home with fhe winning
 ball players Art Hicks and Hank Meanwhile, the path was Hlls. Bcuorzo.Hits. Honan. Two tn 7 "Now I remember where from fathers of the players. In; iov n n
                                                                                                    Hits off Peters, 2
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     iov                                y
  Gunter, but a spokesman for cleared for Wagman. 28, and                           Innings; Davis. 7 In 6*i Innings: Miller. I parked my gum whil                            order to keep- the program going j ! ! ^ , '' h e b e s t o f s e v e " Seymour said. "We hope to have tally on an infield hit as the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   j                   m     h e best of seve
                                                                                   0 In H Inning*. Struck out: by Peters,
 District Attorney Frank Hogan Hacken, 41, both of New York, 10, by Davln. 10, by Miller. 0. Raaea on chatted with the kid                                                    smoothly, Peter Scoles. president s e r l e s ' h a d h ' s ovl" thoughts on him back by Saturday. It could Cubs scored three in the ninth
 would not identify the witnesses to appear before the Grand Jury, batla: orfUmpires, 1 off Davis.Throck-                 2 off                                             . of the club, urges all "helpers" the matter.                                       make a big difference."               to overtake the Angels. Williams
 or reveal if any were players. prompting reports that one was
                                                                                    Miller. 0.           Palala and                fore the fight!"                        ' t o register.                                                                         The third and fourth games of! nad three hits for the game.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 the series are scheduled in St.j The Giants and their Tacoma
     It was understood, however, turning state's evidence. The D's-
 that testimony was received from trict Attorney's office declined                                                                                                                                            Bearcats Feted                                     Louis Saturday and Sunday after- farm club dedicated a new $2 mil-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 noons,                               lion minor league training base
                                             comment on this phase of the

Lovellette May                               probe.
                                                 Hogan, conducting the investi-
                                                                                                                                                                                                              In Cincinnati                                          The loss of Lovellette hurtibefore Willie Mays' homer paced
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 them," the Celtics' Tommy Hein- a nine-hit attack that subdued
                                              gation as he did in the 1951                                                                                                                                             CINCINNATI (AP) - This was sohn said. "But Woody Saulds- the Pacific Coast dub.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    "Bearcat Day" in Cincinnati.                 berry did a good job. He's got
Play Saturday                                 scandals, remained silent on al!
                                              facets of the investigation, t                                                                                                                                           And last night more than 1,000 a good lump shot from the cor-

    ST. LOUIS (AP)-Clyde Lovel-
                                              policy he adopted following a
                                             blast at the press «for its hand-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    persons gathered at a banquet ner and could turn the tide.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    to pay tribute to the University "St. Louis is capable of play-             Baseball Clinic
 lette, 6-foot-9 St. Louis Hawks                                                                                                                                                                                    of Cincinnati's basketball team ing much better ball than they
 player shelved a week ago with               ling of the scandal news.
 an ailing back, may be able to A New York police source has
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    which 10 days ago won the Na- Sunday. Now, I don't mean,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    tional Collegiate Athletic Associa- they played badly, but they were j
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                At Lakewood
 play against Boston Saturday in              said the scandal could invol'                                                                                                                                          tion championship.                          tired, mentally, emotionally andi FREEHOLD — Bill Goldstein
 St. Louis in the third game of the as many as 15 to 20 colleges.                                                                                                                                                      Mayor Walton C. Bachrach had physically after that tough series r e S ' o n a l representative of Little
 National Basketball Association According to assistant District j                                                                                                                                                   proclaimed the day "Bearcat with Los Angeles.                                   | League, Inc., this week an-
 championship series.                         Attorney Peter D. Andreoli, Gun-                                                                                                                                       Day." The school's song even "We'd been sitting around f o r l n o u n c e d that Mickey McConnell,
    Dr. Stan London, Hawks team ter and Hicks accepted $1,000                                                                                                                                                        pealed out over the downtown a week just waiting for the win- Eastern regional director, will
 physician, said "Lovellette's con- each to shave points in a game                                                                                                                                                   area during the daily noon con- ner, and were up for the Sunday conduct a baseball clinic at Lake-
 dition seems to be entirely mus- against Dayton at Madison                                                                                                                                                          cert from the Union Central game more than they were, wood High School, East 7th St.,
 cular.                                       Square Garden Feb 9. He said                                                                                                                                           building chimes.                            that's all.                           Lakewood, Monday starting at
     "It is difficult to make a def- an unidentified University of                                                                                                                                                     At the Banquet there were in- "But the Hawks are real tough. 7:30 p.m.
 inite prediction, but he may be             Connecticut eager had taken                                                                                                                                             dividual awards for all of the We can look for trouble."                             McConnell, who was formerly
 able to play by the weekend."               $1,500 for the same purpose in                                                                                                                                          live starters of the championship Seymour said he expects t0 1 associated with the Brooklyn
     Lovel(ette, a 21-point scorer; a Connecticut-Colgate same at                                                                                                                                                   ^eam. They were handed out like have his team running a little I Dodgers, will discuss and de-
 this season, twisted his back in'Hamilton, N.Y.                                                                                                                                                                     this:                                        more in future games.        -     Imonstrate the art of teaching
 the fifth game of the Western! The District Attorney's office                                                                                                                                                                                                     ,"We played t
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Most Valuable Player — senior , e p y it a little too caul         te o                     '.o Little Leaguers in
 finals with Los Angeles here'said Hacken had hepn arrested                                                                                                                                                          Bob Wiesenhon of Cincinnati.                tious." he said. We've got to every phase.
 March 27. It was feared he suf-|on Rambling charges 10 times in                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          On
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       The 1961-62 captain and highest get the fast break now and then,! c l i n i ce of the highlights of the
 fcred a slipped disc in his spine. | the past and Wagman was con-                                                                                                                                                  field goal percentage (.532) — feed our backcourt men more. ! s                            is the method O'Connell in-
 This is a condition which some-!victed of trying to bribe a Uni-                                                                                                                                                   junior Paul Hogue, of Knoxville, We've got to look for about 120i erts in his teaching. The Eas-
 times requires surgery and often | versity of Florida player last                                                                                                                                                  Tenn.                                        points. That's what we'I need j to™ regional directm goes from
 tends to be chronic. But after September.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Best Defensive player — Soph- to win."                                          position to position and in each
 extensive treatment it now ap- ITieir case in the basketball                                                                                                                                                       omore Tony Yates of Lockland.                   He cited the over-cautious St. one explains the proper methods
 pears the trouble is muscuhr. scandals was adjourned yester                                                                                                                                                           Most Improved Player — soph- Louis play and some good Bos-                     of playing it.
                                             day by Magistrate Malbin Furth                                                                                                                                                                                                        play
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    omore Tom Thacker of Coving ton defensive . - as outstanding;, . Managers, coaches and Little
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Coving-           .                        „            - -
     The 1963 United States Open: er until tomorrow, freeing them                                                                                                                                                   ton Ky
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    ton, Ky,                                    {factors in the first game.          |League personnel         may attend
 golf championship will be held; to appear before the Grand Jury,                                                                                                                                                      Best Free Throw Percentage " '                  d o n t tlilnlt
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            '           Sharman "canithe clinic.
  at The Country Club in Brook-jTlic investigation resumes today                                                                                                                                                    (.800) — Senior Carl- Bouldin of lock up my rookie (Len Wilkens)!! Li                 Little League, Inc., has 23 fran-
  line, Mass., June 20-22.                    at 2 p.m.                                                                                                                                                             Norwood.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      " ' -           - --       l
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 like that again," Seymour said, jchise teams operating in Mon-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Even Gov. Michael V. Disalle, The veteran Sharman held Wil-mouth and Ocean Counties, Lin-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    wh,o had drawn the ire of Bear- kens to six points.                              (croft. Union Beach and English-
       Saturday Day Camp Group                                                                                                                                                                                      cat fans for calling Ohio State's "And if we can get Lovellette town are recent teams with new
                              BOYS 8 TO IS YEARS                                                                                                                                                                    team "All-America" after Cincin- back, we'll be tough."                            '      " "
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    nati beat the Bucks in the NCAA
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                                                                                                                           IHNK KEGISTnU                  VTnlncMlaN, April 5 , 1 % ] — 1 7
 Joe Kuharich Unveils Plan                                                                                                                                                                          Black Hawks End Montreal's
 For Two Football Seasons                                                           i
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Stranglehold on Stanley Cup
   NEW ORLEANS (AP) - Notre              Kuharich unveiled his intrigu-schedules," said Kuharich, In                                                                                                   CHICAGO (AP) — The Chicago line which Hawk coach Rudy Pi- sive exhibition which had the
 Dune Coach Joe Kuharich, des-         ing plan of two football seasonsNew Orleans to address the local                                                                                             Black Hawks ended ' Montreal's lous last season said he wouldn't capacity crowd of 16,666 cheering
 pite » record of only two victories   — one in the Fall and another   Notre Dame club. " Why t,oi                                                                                                  stranglehold on the Stanley Cup, sell for a million dollars.          deliriously.
 and eight losses last year, be-       In the Spring—to sports writer  football?"                                                                                                                   hockey's emblem of supremacy, Less than five minutes later. Chicago goalie Glenn Hall,
 Heven the college football sea-       Buddy EHIiberto of the New Or-     "The FaM. season would be the                                                                                             with a 3-0 victory over the Hull, assisted by Murray Bal- who shutout the Canadiens in
 son Is much too short and should      leans Times-Picayune -yesterday.same as it is today," the fighing                                                                                            Canadiens last night and gained four and Pierre Pilote, slammed j Montreal Saturday, once again
 be made into Fall and Spring            "College basketball and basket-
                                                                       Irish coach said. "Practice would                                                                                            the right to meet Detroit in the home' Chicago's second goal while kept Montreal In check. Veteran
 competition.                          ball teams play 22 to 24 game   commence during the first week                                                                                               playoff finals beginning tomor-[ t h e Canadians were short one Hockey observers couldn't re-
                                                                       of September with the first game                                                                                             row night.                        I man as a result of an interfer- member the last time the Cana-
 Bing Crosby Says Kentiedy                                             to be played the last week-end
                                                                      In September."
                                                                          His plan, he said, would be a
                                                                                                                                                                                                       Three goals in the second ence penalty by Montreal's Al- diens had been blanked twice in
                                                                                                                                                                                                    period, completely dominated by bert Langlois.
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Chicago, ended the hopes of the The Hawks iced it 10'minutes goalie.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          succession let alone by the same

                                                                                                                                                                                                    National Hockey League cham- later when Eric Nesterenko. as- Play had to be held up in the
 Is a Pretty Good Golfer                                               home and home deal, playing
                                                                       the some teams in the Spring tbat
                                                                       were played in the previous fall.
                                                                                                                                                                                                    pions who had won the cup last sisted by Hull and Ed Litzenber- last minute as "The crowd tossed
                                                                                                                                                                                                    five years. The victory gave the ger, flipped in another score for hats and paper on the ice. But
    OAKLAND, Calif. (AP)-Presi- The singer said the President "The Spring season would run                                                                                                          Hawks a 4-2 triumph in the best-1 a 3.0 lead.                       I the big display came at the end
 itat kennedy "is a pretty good was a good needier on the links through April and May," he con-                                                                                                     of-seven semifinal series and set I The Canadiens, hampered with-: of the game when the crowd
  jolfer Who could become a very but he was most impressed with tinued. "Practice could begin                                                                                                       up the first all-U.S. finals play- out the fulltime services of Ber-jgave the Hawks an ovation which
  Fine one if he had the time to his tee shots.               »        about mid-March and the final                                                                                                off since 1950.                     nie (Boom Boom) Geofrion, nev-| lasted a full three minutes.
  play," Bing Crosby laid In a "He was out 240 or 250 yards," game be played the .first week-                                                                                                          The Hawks, who- haven't beenjer could get started. Although] The best-of-seven series begins
 telephone interview yesterday.     Bing said. "The President has a end in June."                                                                                                                    in the finals since 1944 and j Geoff rion, the league's most'in Chicago tomorrow and then
                                                                          "Think of the tremendous foot                                                                                             haven't won the coveted cup i valuable player          and leading!goes to Detroit the following
    A match between Kennedy and good looking golf swing. It's
                                                                       ball plants and equipment which                                                                                              since 1938, outchecked, outhustled scorer, did see limited action,!Wednesday. If a fifth game Is-
 ex-Preildent Eisenhower would smooth. All the fundamentals are
                                                                       lie Idle for month," he said.                                                                                                 and even outskated the Cana- he was virtually useless because necessary it will be played at
 "be pretty even now," Crosby right. He has a good stance and
 told sports writer Ed Schoenfeld grip and slow backswing.         _ "The stadiums are there and                                                                                                     diens on the Chicago Stadium of his injured knee.                    Chicago a week from Friday, a
                                                                        there would be no additional                                                                                                 ice.                                 The tipoff came midway in sixth game at Detroit a week
 of ths Oakland, Tribune. The "He hits the ball with deter-
                                                                       cost."                                                                                                                          The end for the Canadiens the first period when the Hawks from Sunday and a seventh gams
 crooner Is in Hollywood, Calif. mination.
                                                                          A universal objection, he said,                                                                                            came early in the second period lost two men because of penal-'at Chicago two.weeks from to-
    "But Kenned/ could do a lot "But the best part of his game is that educators would never go
 better if he had the time. He's is the way he makes matches at for it.                                                                                                                              when Red Hay, center of Chica- ties. .The Canadiens pulled outjnight.
                                                                                                                    VACATIONING PRESIDENT — President Kennedy, clad                                  go's "million dollar line," pokedjall stops and even used Geoffrion!
 younger and hits a longer ball off the first tee.
 the tee than Dee."                   "It gives me great confidence " I don't buy that," he growled                 in a sports shirt, poses on the first tee at the Palm                            the puck past goalie Jacqueslin their power plays but simply Yonkers Raceway drew 2.644,-
                                    that he'll be able to handle those "At Notre Dame, our records                  Beach Couhtry Club before playing a final round of golf                          Plante. Hay was assisted by couldn't score as Nesterenko, 729 people for 114 nights of har-
    Bing based his analysis on 13 international rascals."               reveal that football players make                                                                                            Bobby Hull and Murray         Bal-[Jack Evans and liimer (Moose) ness racing last season. They
 holes as the President's partner Crosby said Kennedy is serious higher grades during the season                    during his Easter vacation in Florida.  (APWirephotoI                            four. The other members of theVasko put on an amazing defen-' wagered a total of $208,690,597.
 at the Palm Beach Country Club about his golt "when he gets than after the season.
 In Florida and his own experience ready to hit the ball. In between "During the season the athletes
 as a golfer and tournament spon shots he enjoys himself."             fall into a routine — classroom
 tor.                                 In their match, Crosby said practice field, study hall, sleep,"                                           DRIVE IN TODAY FOR FREE 5-POINT SAFETY CHECK
    Crosby said he was Kennedy's Kennedy "was about five over he said. "In the off-season, they
 partner in the foursome and "I par which isn't bad for a fellow find time to skylark,' go out on
 let him handle all the details" of who hasn't played a great dea! tihe town more, have more dates
                                                                        and (his is reflected by lower                                                                       UTTHE
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 Roy Gilbert of Lonrfori, Ky., one made a sharp left and ran
 of It children, was killed yester- through the rail.
 day when he was thrown by has Gilbert was thrown dear oi
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   It was the first death in fiat the head by the horse. The Jockey          Patterson's next opponent In a

                                                                                                                        Choose tube-type or
 racing at a New York track         died in the ambulance enroute            September defense of his world
 since Jockey John Barba was to a hospital. He never regained                heavyweight title in a New York
 killed at Jamaica in October, consciousness.                                ball park probably will be Henry
 1940.                                Gilbert started riding in 1953         Cooper of England or Eddie Ma
   Two other jockeys, both steeple- at the age of 16. He won his             ohen of Portland, Ore.
 chase riders, suffered fatal ac- first race that year at Sunshine              Officials of Feature Sports Inc.,
 cidents at New York tracks in Park in Oldmar, Fla. He was                   narrowed the list of candidates
 recent years. They were J. S. regarded as one of the most                   to these two men. Tom Bolan.

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 Harrison and Harry Harris, the promising young riders, having               executive director of FSI, said
 latter on Oct. 9, 1945.            won S3 races in 1959, 81 in 1960         he had met yesterday witti Sid
   Gilbert, who w o u l d have and 24 this year, including six               Flaherty, manager of Maohen
 reached his 23rd birthday in at Aijueduct.                                  who fights Mike DeJohn Monday
 June, was making his first start Four of his winners have been              in San Francisco.
 of the day. He had won six races stake races. He won his firs                  " I talked with Patterson Mon
 during the current meeting. His stake race at Gulfstream Park               day night," said Bolan. "He will
 horse, a two-year-old filly owned in Hollywood, Fla., last winter.          fight in September against a top
 by the Happy Hill Farms, was He also captured the $100,000
 approximately at the half-mile John B. Campbell Handicap a
                                                                             challenger. He asked me to talk
                                                                             with two or three proposed chal-
                                                                             lengers. He said he felt Machen
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                                                                             Maqhen or Cooper in September
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                                                                             ple again before anything is done.
 Sonny Iiston
                                                                             Then we will meet with Patter-
                                       Promoted                              son to make a decision."
                                                                                Feature Sports officials also
      OSLO, Norway (AP) - Inge- CINCINNATI (AP) - Nationa'
   mar Johansson said yesterday n« League President Warren C.                said the next title fight would be
   may fight Sonny listen, top-rank- Giles yesterday added two um-          carried on olosed circuit after
   ing heavyweij^rt contender from pires to the loop's staff for the        open bidding for the rights.
   Philadelphia, in Gotefborg, Swed- 1961 season.                               From Oslo, Norway came word
   en, next September.                   Giles said Sie contract of Allen   tihat Ingemar Johansson may
                                                                             fight Sonny Listen, No. 1 heavy
      The former heavyweight cham- S. Forman has been bought from           weight challenger, in Goteborg,
                                      the Texas League and that Mel-

   pion from Sweden said negotia-                                            Sweden in September. Ingo said
   tions are under way for the fight vin J. Steiner, bought from the         negotiations were under way for
   w i t h the husky, hard-Mtting Pacific Coast League during the           the fight. Edwin Ahlquist. Ingo's
   American.                          Winter for future delivery, has
                                                                            advisor and Swedish promoter,
      Ingo said Listen is very strong been signed for 1961.                 recently offered Liston a $150,000
g. but slow and tihat the American's Forman, 32, is a resident of           guarantee for the fight.
   lack of speed would be to his Morristown, N.J. and has worked
   advantage.                         the past two seasons in the Te:           Madien is rated the No. 2 con-
                                      League. He previously umpired         tender by both the NBA and Ring
      The Swede criticized Liston's in the Florida State and the            Magazine. Cooper is rated third
   background and associates but Northwest Leagues.
                                                                            by Hie NBA and fourth by Ring.                                                                                                                           640x15 tube-type or tubeless, plus
                                         Steiner, 40, started umpiring      Johansson is ranked fifth by both
       'To me, however, this is pure in 1951 in the Pioneer League.
   business. There is lota of money He worked in the Western Inter-
                                                                            the NBA and Ring.                                                                                                                                         tax and recappable tire in trade
                                                                                Heavyweight boxer Eddie Ma-
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      Edwin AWqudst, Swedish pro- been in the Pacific Coast League           ing on a cloud" when told yes-                                                                                                              These Vanderbilt Safety-Nylon tires are made with 100% Du Pont Nylon cord,
   moter and Johansson's advisor, since 1955. He lives in Seal               terday he possibly would have a
   recently offered Listen a gaur- Beaoh, Calif.                             title fight with Floyd Patterson                                                                                                            stronger than the cord used in the original equipment on most new cars. They
   antee of $125,000 to fight Johans-                                       in September.                                                                                                                                have a broad. 6-ribbed tread design, rigid outer grooves and angled inner
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   Liston's manager. Barone said he view Saturday at 10 a.m. Elmer          tender who fights Mike DeJohn                                                                                                                also at no extra charge.
   was interested but wanted to dis- Boetsch, director, urges all           in a 10-round Cow Palace bout
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 pitching additions to the Bravat staff after they reported to tramp at Bradenton,
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  1&-Wed"nesday, April 5,1961        RED BANK REGISTER
                                                                    Week-end in Europe Neighborhood
                                                                    By Air Bus Planned Sets Plans
                                                                                By JOHN BARBOUR                'what's doing at your destina- EATONTOWN - Activities for
                                                                                                               ion."                                orthcoming months were outlined
                                                                        Associated Press Science Writer Fares could be cut some 10 jy Mrs. Francis Bruce, neighbor-
                                                                           NEW YORK (AP) — A 2,000 )er cent from current first class lood chairman, at last week's
                                                                       mile per hour air bus — I that Ickets with some space reduc- meeting of the Girl Scout Neigh
                                                                         ouM whisk you to Europe, South ions. If passengers were packed borhood Association.
                                                                       America or Pacific islands in 11A in with "cattle car density" faresj
                                                                         lours at bargain rates — was light be reduced another 25 per! The group met at the home of
                                                                         lescribed today.                                                          Mrs, George Markman Meadow-
                                                                                                                ent, the engineers speculated. If brook Ave.
                                                                            It would do away with some airlines did away with reserved
                                                                         if the luxuries of today's air-' seats and sold tickets on a first-! Also attending were Mrs.
                                                                          ne travel.                                                               George Dunn, chairman of dis-
                                                                                                              »me, first-serve basis, and re-
                                                                            Passengers would have less ised other practices, further cuts trict 2, and leaders Mrs. Ann
                                                                       room — about as much as a                                                   Scarle, Mrs. Joyce Moore, Mrs.
                                                                                                                   fares could be made, they Bernard Schreibman, Mrs. Val-
                                                                        passenger in a private auto. And aid.
                                                                        here'd be no fancy meals, no                                               entine Erb, Mrs. Henry Riddle,
                                                                                                                         Standees, Too             Mrs. Verna Rathfelder, Mrs. Irv-
                                                                          rinks.                                 Asked if such an air bus would! ing Matthews, Mrs. Vern Mulllns,
                                                                            In return, tickets might be 10 :ver have strap hangers, like!
                                                                              35 per cent cheaper. Flight he subway, the engineers said I Mrs. Warren Kesselman and Mrs.
                                                                       times would be drastically cut.                                             Chris Flannery.
                                                                                                                 wouldn't be possible under pres-j
                                                                                  'Evening In Paris'          ent federal regulations which re-! Members of the local associa-
                                                                            "A week-end in Europe could juires passengers to be belted tion will attend a council meeting
                                                                                                                                                                                        PRIME MINISTER PiDEL CASTRO, left, and President Osvaldo Dorticos of Cuba flank
                                                                        >e a reality for millions just as nto their seats. However it is April 19 at Carpenters Hall, Red
                                                                              week-day evening in Paris possible that some means could Bank. A fund-raising card party The first two members of newly organized Union of Rebel Pioneers in Havana. The
                                                                        »uld exist for the well-to-do," 3e found to secure standing pas- will be held Friday, April 28, at children, Margarita Gomez, left, and Julio Fernandez, are dressed in uniform of
                                                                       said engineers Paul Shipps and sengers.                                     8 p.m. in Memorial School to
                                                                        "ames Frick of General Dynam- If work were begun immediate- benefit the council. Also Included group, for children from seven to 13 years old. From this group they will graduate
                                                                        ics' Convair Division.                ly at a normal pace, it might | on the April calendar are partic- into the Association of Rebel Youths, an educational-military organization of y»uf"»
                                                                            "If operating costs can be made 3e nearly 10 years before such ipation in the borough's annual 14 to 25 years old.                                                                 (APWirephoto)
    "MOONLIGHT* SERENADE — T h e story goes that if, o decrease a bit along with the a plane were available for pas- spring clean-up campaign, and
    in addition to what you are assigned to do, you depart increasing travel speed, the pos- senger flight, the engineers said parading in Elks parade in Red                                                                                 30-DAY PRfC/PfTATfON OUTtOOK
                                                                         iibility exists for creating a whole They spoke at a meeting of the Bank April 29.
    on a separate venture, you are "moonlighting." Ralph lew class of travelers," they Society of Automotive Engineers                                                   Bakery Visit
                                                                                                                                                     Brownie International Day will
    Haselmann, 22, of Freehold, left, goei off on a silvery said.
                                                                            A typical first class jet fare,
                                                                                                                                                                         For Brownies
                                                                                                                                                   be held the middle of May, fol-
                                                                                                                                                   lowed by the district 2 Campor-
    beam from his studies at Rutgers University — where
                                                                                                      Says GOP
                                                                        rouddtrip between Paris and New
    he is a dean's list scholar — to sell household wares. ""ork now runs $940, tourist class
                                                                                                                                                   ima at Camp Nomoco May 26, 27, RED BANK — Brownie Troop
                                                                                                                                                   and 28. The council also is spon- 27 of Oakland Street School vis-
    He's so successful at that that his employer opened a
    Freehold office for him. He has managed to acquire a                                              Ignores
                                                                            The engineers suggested that
                                                                           irplane designers, working on
                                                                                                                                                   soring an auction May 27 at the ed Fischer's Bakery in Asbury
                                                                                                                                                   Col. Fiore Farm on Woodland 'ark Monday and took a guided
                                                                                                                                                   Dr., Scobeyville. Mrs. Valentine :our through the plant.
    big 1961 car. He has earned a new $500 scholarship i supersonic, 4,000-miIe range
    from his company and, looking ahead, says: "I've sold airplane, should not be bound by            Homeowners
                                                                        current passenger seating tradi- MIDDLETOWN - Vincent J, to the sale.
                                                                                                                                                   Erb should be contacted for pick- Troop         members
                                                                                                                                                   up of large items to be donated were: Beth Greenberg, Patty

    myself on sales."                                                   tions.                                                                                                         Loversidge,    Karen Esposito,
                                                                                                               Jennings, a Democratic candidate The date for the Family Fiesta Ruth Alice Doud, Nickie Kro-
                                                                                   Would Omit Meals                                                 Americana has been set for Sept. mann, Beth Ann Patterson, Re-
                                     her ninth birthday. Present were "Certainly, to be extreme, i tor Township Committee in the
        Belford                      Linda White, Gail and Susan Clc- passenger will be satisfied with coming primary, told a recent
                                     chlno, Kathy Mehler, Donna less volume to move around in meeting of campaign wprkers
                                                                                                                                                    16 at Camp Nomoco.                 gina Adams, Linda Peluso. De-
                                                                                                                                                      Mrs. Schreibman was named nise Rudolph, Trudy Beaman,
     Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Dudek Wood, Leslie, Susan and Janet                                                  that the township homeowner I chairman of the nominating com Donna Esposito, Kathy Lou Col-
                                                                         ton a 10-minute trip than he will the "forgotten man" under thi mittee for a new neighborhood morgen, Maryann Henderson and
~~«pent Sunday with Mrs.^John Du- Feathers, Margaret Schwartz, for a 10-hour trip," they said.                                                                                                                                               I 30-DAY TEMPERATURE OUI1OOK
  dek and Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Rosalie Smith, Diane Schmid                                                   present Republican administra chairman.                                  Mrs. Chester J. Beaman, leader.
                                                                             President Kennedy recently ion.                                          Refreshments were served by Guests were Mrs. Owen Doud,
  D' Ambrasio, Elizabeth.            and Deborah krueger.               asked for some 10 million dollars He said the GOP has failed t Mrs. Markman.
                                                                                                                                               <                                       Mrs. Jay Greenberg, Beatrice
                                                                        to begin research and develop-
     Mr. and Mrs. Sandy Rosa and James Kelly of Washington, ment of a supersonic, civilian provide for the basic needs ol The group will meet April 26 DeFaiio, Joyce Doud, Regina
  daughter, of Hightstown, spent D. C , spent the weekend with transport, but no money is so far the homeowner.                                     at the home of Mrs. Flannery, Beaman and Linda and Judy
  Easter Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and .Mrs. Andrew Kelly of available for such a project.                    He charged that the Planning Farm La.                                   reenberg.
  Claude Richmond of Compton St. Main St.""                                                                   Board is occupied with revewing
                                                                             The high speed of the plane
                                                                        and shorter flight times might,| new subdivisions while ignoring First Aid Course
     A triple celebration was held Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Marrone, also reduce the need for meal existing problems throughout thi
  last week at the home of Mr. Church St., and son, Paul, visited iervice and other catering.                  :ownship.
                                                                                                                                                    Certificates to 17           Everett
  and Mrs. Harold Hillyer for the Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Marrone,                    WIndowIess Plane              He said he favors a program                                             Kim and Debbie Mahler, daugh-
 ninth birthday of Kathy Hillyer, r., of Point Pleasant Sunday.             The engineers also contemplat-    of planned growth, including an KEANSBURG — Seventeen :ers of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mahl-
 and for Mrs. James Manual and                                          ed the possibility of a windowless    industrial tax base to meet th members of the Parent-Teacher ir of Shrewsbury are spending
 Charles Schulti. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Parks Enstice and airplane, but admitted that pas- needs of the community.                              Association and the First Aid this week with their grandmoth-
 Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Papa and sons, of Caldwell, spent Easter ienger acceptance for such a Mr. Jennings said the following Squad completed the Red Cross er,                                Mrs. Charlotte Mahler,
 family, Mrs. Charles Schultz, "unday with Mr. and Mrs. Clar- change Is a deciding factor. With- party officials have pledged theli standard first aid course recent- Everett Rd.                                        Sow* U.S. WfATHfR BUUAU
 James Manual, Mr. and Mrs. Jo- ence Skillman and Mr. and Mrs. out windows, the plane could be iupport to him In the three-way ly.
 seph Milko, Mr. and Mrs. Wal- William Skillman and son, Mor- made more strong structurally. irimary fight.                                           Volunteer instructors L o u i s Mr. and Mrs. Serge DelMedi
 ter Crosbee and family, and John ris Ave.                             At high altitudes there might be Edward J. Coughlln, co-founde; Becker and Chester Geant issued co and children, Donna and John WEATHER FORECAST —These maps, based on those
 T. Hillyer.                                                            little to see.                        and trustee of the Leonardo Dem certificates to Mrs. Helen G. of Nesconset, L. I., spent the, supplied March 31 by the United States Weather Bu-
                                       Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sinclair and If other space savings were jcratic Club; Munroe Slam Reynolds, East Keansburg; Mi- week-end with Mrs. DelMedico's reau, forecast the probable rainfall and temperatures for
    Kevin Monohan, son of Mr. and family spent Sunday with Mr. made, passengers could be pro- aught; Harold Wilmot, trustee chael Litzenberger, West Keans- parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Por- the next 30 days.                                              (APWirephoto Map)
 Mrs. Walter Monohan. Edgemoor and Mrs. Henry Sinclair of Ro- vided with television to occupy if the Belford Democratic Club; burg, and Mrs. Elizabeth Kurz, tin. McCampbell Rd. This Sun-
  Dr., celebrated his ninth birth- elle Park.                          their time, providing outside William Greene, committeeman Mrs. Gloria Todd, Mrs. Virginia day, Mr. and Mrs. John Stoul
  day, Saturday with his father and                                     scenes or special programs on rom the 17th district, and Eu- Fernandez, Mrs. Helen Slover, and daughter, Melisa, of Wayside
  friends and went bowling In the                                                                               ;ene Fuery, treasurer bf the 17th Mrs. Mae Klein, Herman Colodin, spent the day with Mr. and Mrs.
  Middletowa Lanes. Present were
  Gary Motsek, William Murphy,    Stair Heads Union Beach                                                     District Democratic Club.             Joseph Walsh, Walter Roeseman, Portin.
                                                                                                                                                   Thomas Foley, Clarence Hyer,
                                                                                                                                                                                                              Enjoy the holidays
                                                                                                                                                   Warren Doherty, Michael Noce, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gibson
  Rudy Maurer and Andy Siwa-                                                 Delegates of the Boating and Overnighter Held ,
                                  Keyport Post                          Fishing club attending the com- By Girl Scout Troop
                                                                        modore's dinner of the Inter-
                                                                                                                                                   Afonse McGrath, Frederick Kalk- and children of Sunnyside Rd.
                                                                                                                                                                                                              twice as much in
                                                                                                                                                    hof and Walter Suarez, this place. spent Saturday with relatives in
                                                                                                                                                                                       Newark and East Orange.
     The Wilmeyer Civic Association KEYPORT — Thomas Stair, Yacht Clubs Association recently SHREWSBURY — Girl Seoul
  sponsored an Easter egg hunt Hazlet, was elected commander n Newark were Alfred Pollock, Troop 247 participated in an over-                             NOT JOB HUNTING
                                                                                                                                                                                          Miss Mary Catherine Antonidics
  Saturday morning. Prizes were of the local Veterans of .Foreign commodore, and Willard Seals, nighter recenty at Sutphin Lodge. KEANSBURG — Mrs. Louis
  won by Terry Dietrich. Glenn Wars post last week.                     secretary. The association repre-
  Reinhart, Barbara Blakely, Dav- Other officers elected were sents 32 yacht clubs.
                                                                                                              Camp Nomoco. The purpose ol Collichio, wife of a Democratic of Brooklyn, spent the week-end     the newer, safer
                                                                                                               the outing was to work on badges candidate for the state executive with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
                                                                                                                                                                                       Roy Antonidies of Everett Rd.
  id Cohen, Donald Watson, James Frederick Walling Sr., vice com-                                              toward further advancement.          committee, told a recent meeting
  Bucher, Linda Edwards, Janet mander; James Wood Jr., vice
  Mozdierz and Jill Blakely.
                                                                                                                 Taking part were leaders Mrs. of Democratic women that her Alfred Williams, son of Mr.
                                     commander, John Ganley, quar- Mr. and Mrs. Karl Barber and Edward Meyers and Mrs.-Phillip husband is not looking for a job
                                     termaster; Herbert Rothenberg, children, Prospect Ave., were re-j Morris and scouts Diane Bruton, She said her husband is a candi and Mrs. Alfred Williams, Sr.,
                                                                                                                                                                                                              car you find in the
                                     judge advocate; Ozzie Thome, cent guests of Mrs. Barber's                                                                                         of Everett Rd., has completed a
     Pupils of the fourth grade of chaplain; Charles Antrin, sur- brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Jeannic Feitt, Nancy Flood, Pa date for the committee pos' be- six month's service in the Navy
  the Bayview School took a trip geon; Samuel Monor, trustee foi Mrs. Frank McCarthy. Wesi tricia Johnston, Kathy Jones cause he feels he has something Air Reserve at Memphis, Tenn,
   to New York City last week by three years; Elbert Van Charl Orange. Mrs. Barber and he; Carole Kessler, Ellen Meyers to offer the party. Mrs. Col He majored in the study of elec-                          Register
   bus. They visited American Mu- drop, trustee for two years mother. Mrs. Joseph Coffey, Pros- Kathleen Morris, Charlene Nill lichio said her husband's aim tronics.
' seum of Natural History and George Cooksey, trustee for on pect Ave., were luncheon guest: Elena Oddo, Soretta Rodack am is to build a strong, united Dem-
   toured the S.S. America. They [year.
   were accompanied by several of
                                                                          last week in the home of Mr. Christa Warwick.
                                       Edward Kwik, past commande and Mrs. Patrick Coffey, Mata
                                                                                                                                                    ocratic party in the county.
                                                                                                                                                                                                               Classified section!
                                                                                                                                                                                          Barbara Williams, daughter ol
                                                                                                                                                                                        Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Williams,
   the school's teachers.                                                                                       GINGER                                                By Cettermano Sr., celebrated hef 11th birthday
                                     of Highlands Post and newl> wan.
                                     elected county commander, wil                                                                                                                      with a family dinner party a
     Mr. and Mrs. Robert Green and officiate at the joint installatioi       The Recreation Organizatloi                                                                                Peterson's Restaurant, Red Bank
   family of Golden'i Bridge, N. Y., of the post and auxiliary Apri will meet next Wednesday at 8:3C
   •pent the week-end with Mr. and 29 at 8 p.m. in the Oak Shades p.m. In the Union Gardens fin                                                                                           Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Colisimi
   Mrs. Charles Young, Main St. fire house, Matawan Township. house. Parents of children attend-                                                                                       of Red Bank are the parents ol
                                       New members welcomed were ing the recreation program wi                                                                                             daughter born last Thursday
      Brownie Troop 114 made East- Vincent Demarro, Charles Cody be welcomed.                                                                                                           at Monmouth Medical Center.
   er favors for the Hilltop Nurs Bernard Resta, and John W. Beth-                                                                                                                     Mrs. Colisimo is the formei
   Ing Home, Middletown, and dis el, all of Raritan Township.                                                                                                                          Anne Hickey, daughter of Mr,
                                                                             The auxiliary of the First A  W                                                                           and Mrs. Donald Hickey ol
   tributed them last week.                                               Squad will meet Thursday at                                                                                  Everett Rd.
                                       It adds up! More and mop p.m. in the squad building. Mrs.
      Joan Sinclair, daughter of Mr. people use The Register ads eacl George Ader will be hostess.,
   •nd Mrs. Paul Sinclair, Edge issue because results come fas
   moor Dr., recently celebrated ter.—Advertisement.                         The Golden Ai»c program, spon
                                                                          sored b" the Rerrration Commis-
                                                                          sion, will be held Thursday after-                                                                              Mrs. Thomas Hulsart, Ravine
                                                                          noon from 1 to 4 p.m. in thi                                                                                 Dr., entertained recently at
                                                                          public library, Union Ave.                                                                                    luncheon and card party in her
                                                                                                                                                                                       home. Guests were Mrs. Alia
                                                                             Shut-in members of Holy Fam                                                                               Hald, Union Beach; Mrs. Edward
                                                                          ily Catholic Church were visitct                                                                             Freldatt, Port Monmouth; Mrs,
                                                                          and presented gifts during tin                                                                               Robert Berry, New Monmouth,
                                                                          Easter season by Rosary-Alta                                                                                 and Mrs. Michael Young, Keans-
                                                                         Society members. Visiting wen                                                                                 burg.
                                                                    Mrs. Frank Kane, Mrs. Petei              "But, Mom, yesterday you said we simply must
                                                                    Mahon and Mrs. Joseph Kolod                                                                            In a group of nine who at
                                                                    ziej.                                           get rid of-my shabby furniture!"                      ended a performance of <4Came-              Don't put off the thrill
                                                                                                                                                                         lot" recently in New York and
                                                                                                                                                                         lunched at Les Pyrenees wen                  and pride you get out of
                                                                                                                                                                         Mrs. Howard Erdmann, Miss Es-
                                                                                                                                                                         ther Blau, Mrs. R. L. Cartan,                owning a fine late model.
                                                                                                                                                                         Mrs. Frank Bliss, Mrs. W. O,
                                                                                                                                                                         Diggin, Mrs. William R. Craig,               Check the "Autos and
                                                                                                                                                                         Mrs. Albert W. Davidson and
                                                                                                                                                                         Mrs. Paul A. Egan, all of Mata               Trucks" columns now. You'll
                                                                                                                                                                         wan, and Mrs. Nick Poll of New
                                                                                                                                                                         York City.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      find a fine variety of top                 .
                                                                                                                                                                             Dr. and Mrs. Gerard A. Dev-              condition cars.            Dependable
                                                                                                                                                                          lin have returned to their homi
                                                                                                                                                                          on Miriam Dr. after a two-week
                                                                                                                                                                          vacation in St. Petersburg, Fla             dealers offer you the pick
                                                                                                                                                                             Mr, and Mrs. Harold Deitz havi           of the town, priced right,
                                                                                                                                                                          returned to their home on Foun
                                                                                                                                                                          tain Ave. after a two-week vaca              and on easy terms.
                                                                                                                                                                         |tion in Florida.
                                                                                                                                                                             They were the guests of thci
                                                                                                                                                                          son and daughter-in-law, Mr. an
                                                                                                                                                                         [Mrs. Harold Deitz.. St. Peters
                                                                                                                                                                          burg, where Harold Is in sprint                   Turn to "Autos and Trucks."
                                                                                                                                                                           training with the St. Louis Car
   REFUGEES from" Communist East Germany wait at the                                                                                                                      dinals.                                           In the Classified now.
   Marienfelde rocoption center in West Berlin for pro-                                                                                                                      They also visited Mr. Deitz1,
                                                                                                                                                                          brother, George A. Deitz, Wes
   cessing. The 4,957 rofugees who took advantage of the                                                                                                                   Palm Beach, and were overnight
   Easter vacation to slip into the froo West were regis-                                                                                                                  quests of Warren Donnell, Boca
   tered. Holiday crowds traveling botwoen tho two parts
   of the divided city give cover to the refugees. Com-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Register Classified Ads
                                                                                                                                                                            During the Ice Age the moos(
   munist controls are more lax on holidays and numbers                  V I E W OF T H E F U T U R E - T h e Los Angeles International Airport's Theme                   caribou, musk oxen, mounts!,                                             Marketplace of
   of people on the move make checking at crossing points                building takes shape with the addition of giant «tecl parabolic arches. The structure, domi-     sheep, bear and wolverine carm
                                                                         nating the new terminal complex, will support a resiaurant and observation deck above i t        to America across the Berin                                              better car buya
   more difficult.    (APWirephoto by radio from Berlin)
                                                                                                                                                                          land bridge.
    ••-Wednesday, April 5,1961                         RED BANK REGISTER                                 BUSINESS NOTICES                                HELP WANTED—MALE                                         FOR SALE                           REAL ESTATE FOR RENT                                  HOUSES FOR SALE                              REAL ESTATE WANTED
                                                                                                  INDIVIDUAL INCOME TAX reiurm                                                                                                                                 APARTMENTS                                                                          LIST yoUIl HOMB WITH WALKER &
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      IVUft LOCATION — 3lj room*, bath.                                                            plete service. Wo lake bouses In trade,
                                                                                                  merly with national accounting firm.                                                                     Release of 28 rooms                                                                                                                     wa finance, we appraise, and best ot all
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        elnees couple. No pets. Unfurnished.              WATERFRONT VALUE
                                                                                                  By appointment. C. D. Qfaweti, Red
                                                                                                  Bank. BH 7-2081.
                                                                                                  LAWN MOWING — Fertilizing, Umlng,
                                                                                                                                                               Wanted                                    ot* Good L'acd and New
                                                                                                                                                                                                               FURNITURE -'
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       b monthly 8H 1-U076.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   ATTRACTIVE UNFURNISHED modern L excellent convenient location.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   *• sell. WaJker 4 Walker. Real JSstaie,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    •surance. Open 7 days. Shrewsbury
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   ifflca. SH 1-6212. Haritaa ofllcs, CO 4-
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                                                                                                                                                                                                        Delivery Cost | 5 per load
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        ifercnces, SH 7-3G^3.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     LEU BANK — Garden apartments. V&, oom, family dininfi room, roomy
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     !i, and 5. From J105 w>. Children we)-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   ng large comfortable living
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               -LEGAL NOTICE
                                                                                                  exterior. For a good clean job at rea-          i       and                                   OUTFIT NO. 3                                         oine- Molly Fltclier Village, UTanch ;itchen and powder room on first
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