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Page 16, THE INDEPENDENT Feb. 19, 1975 Brownies hold ceremonies for 'fly-ups1 Colonels w i n CYO cage title June Shanah an dies; KEYPORT Brownie Troops 771 and Troop 755 fly-ups were Lisa Bachofen, Linda Curtin. Troop 771 leaders are Mrs. Robert Hyer and Mrs. Jack Cottrell. Troop 755 leaders (Continued from Page 14) 755 recently held fly-up cere- Lisa Hewitt, Mary Ellen points, and Pat Christopher held county position monies. Larking, Michele Lasko, and are Mrs. Robert Curtin and Mrs. Robert Wilson. had four. Fly-ups from H*op 771 Tina Zeller. In other 12-and-over Divi- MATAWAN TOWNSHIP Born in Poughke e p s i e , were Faith Cone. Jackie Services were held Satur- N.Y., Mrs. Shanahan lived in sion games, the Lakers fin- ished in third place by edging the Nets, 34-31, and the Celtics clinched fourth by day for Mrs. June J. Shana- han, 51, manpower planner for Monmouth County, who died Feb. 12 at Bayshore Matawan for 11 years. She formerly resided in New York City. She is survived by her Cottrell, Tracey Hyer, and Carolyn Shaughnessy. LEGAL NOTICE WHIRLPOOL routing the Braves, 48-27. NOTICE: TO BIDDERS Charley Braunstein's 10 Community Hospital. husband, Frank G.; three Notice is hereby given that sealed sons, Raymond J. of North bids win be received by the Mayor and points led the Lakers, who built a nine-point lead in the Services held Dakota, Fred G of Texas Council of Borouqh of Matawan and opened and read at a public meeting at and James E., at home; twc 8 p m. on March 5, 1975, prevailing third quarter and then with- for Mary Gillis daughters, Mrs. Irene L time for furnishing the following: stood a Nets rally in the fourth period. MATAWAN BOROUGH ING OF F Roach of New Brunswick FURNISH L I Q U I D C L A K E ICAUSTIC AND HLOR NE Billy Maxwell was high Services were held Satur- and Laura T., at home; two Complete Specifications, form of man for the Nets with 10 day for Mary E. Gillis, 84, of brothers, Fred G. Mackenzie bid, contract and bond for the pro points. Rudy Masia contri- 1 Schank Ave., who died Feb. of London. England, and posed work, are on fileMatawan, Clerk at the Borough Hall, with the New buted nine points and Dave 12 at Paul Kimball Hospital, George of California; and Jersey and copes may be received by prospective bidders, upon applica Sasso hit for five. Lakewood. three grandchildren. tion, during business hours. Larry Gates led the Cel- Born in Holmdel, Mrs. Bids must be made on standard tics' attack, hitting for 16 Gillis had been a lifelong Services to be held proposal forms in the manner desig nated and required by the specifica resident of the area. She was points. Darryn L a c y ac- the widow of George E. for Edna Carhart tions, must be enclosed in sealed envelopes bearing the name and counted for eight points, and KEYPORT address of the bidder, designating the Frank LoBello and Billy Gillis. She was a communicant of bid on Services are to be held name of thethe Mayor the Council. addressed to and outside, Hickey each scored seven. M a r c Caponegro's 10 St. Clement's Church, Mata- today for Mrs. Edna Mae must be of M a ' a w a n , New Jersey and Borough accompanied by the follow points paced the Braves, who wan, and a member of the Carhart, 77, of 500 Broad St., ing. Altar Rosary Society of St. who died Saturday at B a y 1. A certificate (consent of surety) also got six from Chris shore Community Hosnital from a reputable insurance company Kazmac and four from Billy Joseph's Church, Keyport. certifying to the fact that if the bidder Mrs. Gillis was a charter She is survived by two is successful a surety bond will be filed Gorman. sons, Stacy Jr. of Rathdrum, for the performance of the contract. In other 10-11 Division member of Post 176 Auxil- 2 A certified check drawn to the games, Villanova swept a- iary of the American Legion. Idaho, and Horace of New order of the Treasurer in an amount side Dayton, 37-19; Fordham Surviving are a son, Rich- Port Richey, Fla.; a daugh- not less than 10 percent of the amount bid, topped Manhattan, 3 1-2 1; ard E. of Matawan; a daugh- ter, Mrs. Dorothy Hyer of and delivered at the place and on the ter, Mrs. John Thaler, with Matawan, eight grandchild- hour above named. and Siena upset St. John's 30-24. whom she lived; a brother, ren: and 23 great-gr a nd - and ailright ifisdeemed in thereject any The bids reserved to interest of William Carney of Rivera children. the Borough of Matawan to do so. Villanova got a 13-point performance from Chipper Beaich, Fla.; a grandchild; and three great-grandchild- Lillian Webb, 42, S9.44 M A D E L I N E H. BUCCO Borough Clerk Gardner as the Wildcats out- DAT«O>. P ^ R U A R Y 18, 1975 scored Dayton in every peri- ren. dies at Bayshore Eig family-size 2 speed 4 cycle washer . . NorrrK;i. Kmt od. Richie LoBello scored 10 KEYPORT 1973 Permanent Press 'ind Gentle. 3 load-size water level points, and Bobby Skowski W.D. Dallenbach Services were held Satur- MUSTANG selections. Lirt filter. A Wash/rinse water temp, selec- tions. Now Only S258* had seven. services held day for Lillian M. Webb, 42, GRANDE Chris Hunt (11 points) and of 22 Highland Ave., who 2 DR. H.T. RED WITH BUCK Kevin Pianko (six) led Day- HOLMDEL died Thursday at Bayshore VINYL ROOF AUTO., P.S., P.B., ton's scoring. Services were held M o n - Community Hospital. AIR COND., 28,857 MILES. STOCK Fordham's John S m i t h day for William D. Dall e n - Born in Long Branch, Miss B948. 3,495. CALL B i l l STRANG and Ira Rudin each scored 10 bach, 67, of 24 South St., who Webb was a lifelong resident T A TOM'S FORD APPLIANCE SALES points to lead Fordham past died Thursday in Riverview of Keyport. Manhattan. Mike P e c k e r Hospital, Red Bank. 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