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RED BANK REGISTER
VOLUME LXXVIII, NO. 2
oard Learns
hat New School
'ill Be Ready
RED BANK, N. J., THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1955
10c PER COPY
; Slay Form Band
Kenneth Hampton, chairman of
the teachers' committee, reported
that his .committee will meet with
Mr. Ramsay Saturday to discuss
the possibility of instituting Instrumental training in the school with
. a part-time instructor, since there
haa been interest in tho proposal
and in the eventual formation of
a school band.
Howard Wilkinson, chairman oC
the transportation committee, could
(Continued on page 3)
Post Surgeon
Is Retired
FORT MONMOUTH—Col. Otto
L. Churney, commanding officer
and surgeon at the Army hospital
here since 1953, was honored recently at ceremonies in the headquarters of Maj. Gen. Victor A. Conrad,
post commander, on his retirement
I with over 24 years' active duty
wHh the Medical corps.
The retiring medical officer was
presented a citation lauding him
, for his "professional dedication'
and devotion to duty," and crediting him with "many innovations in
medical facilities and administration" during his tour here.
'
During early World War II years,
Col. Churney commanded the 70th
General hospital in Africa, and
later, until the end of the war,
served with the Seventh Army in
Europe in charge of the second
Convalescent hospital. He was
awarded the Bronze Star medal
! for this tour. In post-war years he
" was surgeon of the Seventh Army
In Heidelberg and commanding officer of the 279th hospital In Berlin.
A graduate of the Boston university's school of medicine, class
of 1928, Col. Churney served Internship in surgery at Children's hospi:
tal, Boston, and a rotating intern-i1 ship at Highland hospital, Oakland,
Cal.
He will ahortly report to Jackson
Memorial hospital, Malml, Pla. as
assistant administrator.
Married to the former Loammlc
Griffin of Doming, Wash., Col.
Churney Is a native of Anacortcs,
Wash. They have one son, Kenneth
y Churney, who Is at Massachusetts
Institute of Technology working
/or his doctor's degree in physical
chemistry.
Col. Churney is a member of the
American Medical association, the
American College of Surgeons and
the American College of Hospital
Administrators.
•J
Dr. Rowland Ends
Eight-Month Tour
RUMSON—Dr. H. S, Rowland,
son of Mr. and Mia. George E.
-Sutherland, 5 Oak lane here recently returned from an eight-month
•j
tour with the Sovcnth fleet aboard
[J
the U.S.S. Kenrsarge, where ho
served.as air group flight surgean.
After several days at homo Dr.
Rowland will enter the U. S. Naval
hospital in Bethesda, Md., to begin
residency in urology,
Licenaei
Ftihlna-. hunting, clammlnc nnd how•nd-arrow Iceman aim trout xml duck
•taraia. Klllln'a, Braid and front ltl.i
Had Btnk.—Advartlnnunt.
RE 64)013
SECTION ONE—PAGES 1 TO 16.
Middle town Township Juvenile Conference Committee Divided Into Five Subcommittees
Last Week in August
Set by Contractor
As Completion Date
SATONTOWN-At the board of
icatlon meeting Tuesday, George
nnlng, secretary, read the Housand Home Authority progress
ort on the Memorial school,
s of June 27, general construcWork was 93 per cent com:ed in177 per cent of the allotted
le. The electrical work is 70
• cent completed and painting,
•Seating and plumbing work is
Ahead of schedule. The contractor's .revised completion date is the
• Mast week in August, which will al.', low a week to place furniture be• fore the opening of school Thursday, Sept. 8.
;
A. fuel oil contract was awarded
j to Shore Gas and Oil company,
t -which bid on 45,000 gallons at .082
; with a maximum of .092. The only
; other bidder wao the Lawes Coal
'; company, which quoted a current
'S, price of .086 per gallon. The J. L.
Riraimett company was awarded
the Viontract for general Bupplies
for a\ low bid of $12,100. The bid
of Pa.'ck, Little and company for
112,74(0 was the only other bid receivenl.
I
Bids Received
Lo/v bids totaling $45,380 for furnitulre and other equipment and
auppNIles for the Memorial school
were) approved contingent upon the
approval of the Housing and Home
Aut lorlty, Since this amount is
aim >st $5,000 more than estimated,
it v ill bo necessary to transfer the
diff srence from the contingency
f d
fun
d.
contract with MlnneapolisHoJieywell for $3,291 for. repairs
improvements in thn heating
ventilating system in the Steelma i school was approved after a
dis :u»«ion with a representative of
the firm. The ventilating system
has I not functioned properly and
the iboard considered it a necessary
expenditure.
Mi«. Jean RIzzo wag appointed
as a] fourth grade teacher, filling
the last faculty vacancy for next
year. ]'. Mrs. RIzzo Is the daughter
of Mrs. Herbert Schaeffer, who haa
- been on the teaching staff several
years, \ At the request of Donald
Mills, who will be principal of the
Vetter school next year, it was decided to put him on the payroll as
of Aug. 1, at which time he will assume Ills new duties with no extracost to the board. William Ramsay, superintendent, stated that he
hopes ail principals will be put on
an 11-month basis with the 1956-57
school yeai.
For All Departments Call
Dying License
Saved by Council
In Final Hours
Arthur E. Leei
Given Permit
For New Tavern
SEA BRIGHT—Working against
the clock Thursday night, the
mayor and council saved th»
borough a dying liquor license—
and a 300 license fee—keeping alrva
the one formerly used at the Bet
Bright Yacht club.
The license went through a leriei
of tran>fers, starting with Stewart
Allen, Inc., against which firm the
state had Imposed a penalty on a
charge that company officers had
submitted a faulty application In
its claim that all of them Teiided
In New Jersey.
From the Allen corporation it
went Into the hands of the receiver,
Vincent Keuper, Asbury Park lawyer and county prosecutor. It Jumpd from there to the Sea Bright Investment Co., of which John
Osterstock, former owner of tha
yac!:t club is head man.
Location Crltlel»d #
NEW YORK CITY—Richard J.
Greene of 120 Seabreeze way. Ultimately, the license went to
Kcanaburg, lias been put In charge Arthur E. Lees, who said he will
of tho no-vly established South- operate It at the Sun & Surf Beach
cst states technical field section of club, owned by Stephen J. O'Conthe International Nickel company's nor, at 1369 Ocean ave., South
development and research division. Beach, a location criticized by
councilman Ralph W. Lawrence,
who voted against the transfer.
Mayor Thomas Farrell twice referred to the time on the clock. The
meeting started after 9 o'clock and
the mayor said that unless council
took action to approve the flnal
transfer the license would die at
midnight, deadline for state-approval of expiring licenses.
As it is, Mr. Lees Is subject to
penalties leveled against the license by tho state division of Alcoholic Beverage control (A.B.C.).
The state has Issued a limited
suspension order against ths license, but said this will be subject
to review upon the owner's notification to the A.B.C., ten days before a planned opening, that tha
proposed tavern is ready to open.
The owner, the state said, can
ask that the suspension be lifted.
Music Nightly
Mr. Lees told a reporter that ha
plans to set up a' cocktail lounge
at the beach club, opened last year
Richard J. Greene
by Mr. O'Connor, and that In addition to bar service music will b«
Mr. Greene joined International offered nightly once the season
Nickel In February 1945, as
gets into full swing.
metallurgist on the staff of the Mr. Lees formerly operated tha
company's research laboratory at tavern but at Sea Bright Inn and
Cayenne" ~nd prior ta il8~"pi>Bt once, was a bartender at Peter's
appointment was a member of Piping Brook restaurant. H« laid
the Central Atlantic coast technics he ia the "sole owner" of the liHeld section here. A graduate of cense and will operate the cockRensselaer Polytechnic Institute, tail lounge "independent from th«
Troy, N. Y., lie holds the degree of beach club." Nothing was laid
bachelor of science In metallurgi- about the price paid for the license.
cal engineering.
Earlier this year, a group of
Rumson businesatnen had expressed Interest in buying the license and building a restauranttavern at the site of the Sea Bright
Yacht club which burned down.
Mr. Lawrence based his objections to the license upon the failure of council to follow his request
the building and health inASBURY PARK—Sam Schraeger, that
spectors of the borough and ths
former ed.torial staff member of fire
chief
and pass on the
tho Asbury Park Press, has opened condition ofInspect
building where the
a public relations office in the New bar will be thj
He said that
Jersey Natural Gas company build- the building located.
had been undermined
ing, 601 Bang3 ave.
by storms and that he was not satMr. Schraeger was employed by isfied about Its safety.
the press from Oct. 5, 1942, until
ABC To Inspect
last June 25, when he resigned to
open his business.
' Other councilmen expressed tha
While on the Press staff, Mr. visw that it was up to the AiB.C.
Schraeger served as a reporter and to make a proper Inspection, that.
news copy editor and was employed It would do so, and that, if flaws
on its radio station, WJLK, as a were found, the transfer would be
newswrlter and newscaster. He state-rejected.
worked at various periods as shore Borough Attorney A. Henry Giorarea correspondent for the New dano also ruled that the Inspection
York Herald Tribune and the New was up to the state since It * « l
York Dally News.
the state that held the license unMr. Schraecer Is married to the der suspension.
former Hallio Couse, Interlaken, Councilman Charles Ellenberger
an ex-member of the Press' editor- jald he felt sure the state would
ial staff. They reside with their close the place 1f a public hazard
two sons, David, 2, and Samuel, was found to exist.
one, at 1302 Walnut avo., WanaOrder Memorial
masaa.
Council, »t Its special session,
also approved the erection of a
new memorial stone to be dedicated
to those who served in defense of
our country.
The granite-based memorial will
cost about J78O and will be backed
by tho bell from the old fire house
may be rung in case of emchairman, and the associate chair which
ergency. It will be. built by the
men, James Buckley, Jr., John P. Long
Branch
Monument Co., acMulvihlll, Sr., Joseph Manley and cording to specifications
approved
Mclvln Stout.
by Daniel Ardollno of the flrm. He
This committee, comprised of 75 said it will be completed In about
men volunteer workers, was praised eight wseks.
by Father Hlckcy at tho conclud- The memorial will replace the
ing report meeting for their ability wooden honor roll which has been
in reporting such an excellent to- removed from the municipal parktal for a parish with only 425 fam- ing lot.
ilies.
Councilman Neils Jacobsen said
The community counselling ser- he would try to secure from tha
vice, a Catholic fund-raising firm, Jersey Central Power * Light Co.
with offices in tho Emplro State an aluminum standard, similar to
building, Now York city, conducted street light standards soon to ba
the drive for tho parish.
placed through the mldtown area,
for use as a flagpole, also to be
located
in tho memorial area near
TOMAINO OWNS STATION
the borough hall.
In a news' story in last week's
issue of The Register conce'rning
Thomas Bruno's opening of the Twp. School Pupils
Red Bank service station at Monmouth and Peart sts., it was in- To Get 2d Salk Shot
correctly stated that Mr. Bruno
NEW SHREWSBURY - Gcroge
also owns tho Mod Cities Service Malone, superintendent of Shrewsstation on Broad St., Shrewsbury. bury township schools, announcod
That station Is owned by AI To- this week that eligible pupils of
malno, who leases it to Cities township schools will receive their
Service.
second Salk anti-polio shot Wednesday at 1:30 p. m. at the Sycamore school.
SCIIAJ' IIRIV£
All pupils must be accompanied
READDEN'S CORNER—Middle- by an adult. Only those pupils who
received
the flrat Salk shot ar«
town fire company will conduct its
monthly scrap drive Sunday at 8:30 eligible to receive tho second, Mr.
a. m, The drlvo will cover tho Malone said.
area from Cooper's bridge to Laurel
Typiwrltar Bargain
ave. off it. 35, Including all the sur- All miKfli,
ntw and reconditioned. AIM
rounding developments and Middle- addins machinal. Low as 189,60. Guar«
town village. John Gorsogner, cap- antiad. Llbaril trada-ln Bllomnaaa. laa*
Serplco'i. 101 tlonmoatb at. > •
tain, is general chairman ol the tarmi.
8.0485. Nut U Cartton thwUr—Addrive.
urtlnmant.
Full-Time Secretary's Position
Killed by Fair Haven School Board
The majority of the members of
the enlarged Middletown township
juvenile
conference
committee
were sworn in Thursday night at
the Middletown township hall by
County Judge John C, Giordano,
"On behalf of Judge Elvin R. Simmill and myself," Judge Giordano
aald, "we are very grateful to each
and every one of you for being
willing to accept the call for what
I think Is a tremendous civic responsibility and duty."
The decision to enlarge the committee was made,* he said, "not
because the township Is bad, but
because of the vast area it covers."
"The juvenile problem today," he
continued, "is one that needs the
constant attention of each and every citizen. It must be met on the
local level and you can handle it
much better than we can In Freehold. X don't care to see anyone
sent to Freehold unless it Is absolutely necessary."
Judge Giordano was introduced
by Juvenile Referee John L.
Montgomery, originator of the juvenile conference committee system.
Krohn and Harold Otten. StandThe committee members pictured
above are:
Top left, sub-division two, Belford, seated, left to right, Harold
Foulks, Mrs. Allan Montgomery,
Mayor Frank F. Blalsdell, Monte
ing, left to right, Harry Wclsford,
senior Monmouth county probation
officer, and Patrolman Raymond,
Walling, who was recently appointed full-time juvenile officer by the
Middletown township committee.
Top center, sub-division three,
Naveslnk, seated, Mr*. Anno Williamson, Arthur Jensen, Rev.
Charlwi P, Jnhnnon and Miltnn
Wright. Standing, Mr, Welsford
and Mr. Walling.
Top rightf sub-division five, Lincroft, Everett and River Plaza,
seated, Morton Jones, Calvin Ohl
sen, Marshall McDowell, Harold
Kelly, and Eugene Peck. Standing,
Mr. Welsford, Mr. Walling, Judge
Montgomery and Mayor Blalsdell.
Bottom left, sub-division four,
Country Club Estates, Riverside
Heights, Fair View, Headdcn's Corner, Applebrook Farm, Red Hill
and Middletown village, seated,
Mrs. Rebecca M. Alston, Mrs.
Hugh Ryder, Oharles Fuhrmann
pnd Rev, Andrew M; VanDyke.
Standing, Mr. Welsford and Mr.
Walling.
Bottom right, sub-division one,
East Keahsburg and Port Monmouth, seated, Miss Nana Helwig,
Mrs.
John Ketchow, William
James, Joseph Quail and Edward
Lambert. Standing, Mr. Welsford
and Mr, Walling.
New Grand Jury Replaces Panel
Illegally Drawn; Market Foreman
Former Pastor
Gets StateJob
4th Degree KnigliU
Elect W. F. Dilgcr
FREEHOLD — The new May
grand jury, ordered selected after
the previous one was found illegally drawn because of a technicality,
was sworn In Friday, and will serve
until Sept. 7.
The' previously drawn panel,
which had handed up sonie 52 Indictments, was discharged by Superior Court Judge Frank T. Lloyd,
Jr, who told the members: "We
feel you were properly drawn.
However, rather than take any
chance on the indictments you have
found "being challenged—and the
challenge sustained—we decided to
discharge the grand jury."
The panel had been challenged
nn the grounds that only one of
the two county jury commissioners
was present at the time of the drawing of jury. On Monday of last
week, Clarkson Fisher, associate of
Edward F, Juska, Long Branch attorney, representing J. Nelson Benedict, 32 Woodlawn dr., Fair Haven,
and Edgar Mazza, 20, Brown pi.,
Oakhurst, challenged the petty jury
list which was drawn at the same
time as the' grand jury. Judge Elvin R. Simmill granted the defense
motion challenging the drawing of
the panel.
Judge Lloyd then ordered the
grand jury dismissed and a new
panel drawn. The petty jury list
was not redrawn because courts
have recessed for the summer. The
grand jury meets approximately
every other week, causing a new
panel to be drawn..
The new panel will have to consider rcindicting all the persons'
named by tho previous panel, thus
causing a delay in trials, according
to Judge Lloyd. The prosecutor's
office said 42 would have to bo presented to the new grand jury.
Judge Lloyd named Wallace Market, 31 Dennis pi., West Long
Word has been received at The
Register office that Rev. Edward
W. Miller, who was pastor of the
First Baptist church of Red Bank,
from 1928-1938, has resigned after
four years ai pastor of the GUead
Presbyterian "Church • at. Carmel, N.
Y., to. become chaplain- of Harlem
Valley State Hospital, Wlhgdale,
N. Y.
Branch, a division claims agent for
the Central Railroad of New Jersey, as foreman of the panel.
Deputy Foreman is Charles L. Little, 15 Schanck ave., Matawan,
group chief for the Tniernn', Reyei
nue Bureau. The' oath was administered to the panel by County
Clerk J, Russell Woolley.
The rest'of the grand jury members are: William M. Johnson, 70s
Eighteenth ave., South Belmar,
post office, dispatcher; Dr. Charles
W. Kelley, 18 River ave., Monmouth
Beach, physician; Mrs. Nellie R.
Fetterman, 142 Main St., Allentown,
registered nurse; Robert W. Burnside, 10 Woodbine ave., Little Silver, salesman; Fred Rohm, Academy it., Farmlngdale, hotel manager; Irving A. Gemmell, Gemmell
rd,, Atlantic township, sales engineer; Henry T. Hebring, 1822
Fernwood rd., South Belmar, clerk;
MM. Marian E. Lawrence, Allenwood rd., Imlaystown, housewife;
Mrs. Marian C. Davis, 28 Monmouth
rd., Oakhurst, housewife.
George A. Fischer, 8 Monmoutb
ter., Deal, executive; Mrs, Susan H.
Getty, 151 South Main St., Allentown, housewife; Frank M. Irons,
Cream Ridge, Upper Freehold township, farmer; Mrs. Anne T. MacKenzie, 219 Quttermere ave., Interlaken, housewife; Mrs. Hilda F.
Smith, 716 Grasmere ave., Intertaken, housewife; Lester Harvey,
307 Seventh ave., Asbury Park, hotel operator; Charles L. Hotaling,
17 John *t., Red Bank; executive;
Milton Duffen, 533 North Edgemere
dr., West Allenhurst, buyer; Eugene M. Kroll, 633 Norwood ave.,
Long Branch, auto dealer; Mrs.
Olive P. Longshore, 86 South Main
street, Allentown, housewife; Mrs.
E, Fern Ross, 923 Broad St.,
Shrewsbury, h o u s e w i f e ; Mrs.
Juanita T. Hope, Sycamore ave.,
Shrewsbury, housewife.
Traffic, Revenue Records Broken
On Parkway Over Holiday Week-end
All traffic and revenue records
on the Garden State Parkway were
smashed over the July 4th weekend with only two personal injury accidents reported along the
scenic superhighway during* the entiro four-iay holiday period.
The New- Jersey Highway Authority reported today that the
record daily' and week-end highs
for revenue traffic were broken as
753,865 toll-paying vehicles used the
parkway during the Fridaythrough-Monday holiday period.
This wan approximately 160,000
above the previous four-day traffic
high.
State Police patrolling the 164mllc parkway reported only three
accidents for the entire four-day
period with only two involving
personal Injury. Even before the
July 4th holiday, motorists on the
parkway established one of the nation's outstanding safety records.
The traffic records wore broken
as the parkway started full operation with tho opening of its final
major section Friday. Opening of
the northernmost four-mile stretch
right up to the rt.. 17, Paramus,
terminus provided motorists with
a continuous route of 164 .miles betw'een that point and Cape May
at the southern ond of New Jersey.
Traffic totals exceeded the 200,000 dally mark for tho flrst time
during tho wock-ond—and twlco at
that. Saturday, a total of 213,015'
toll-paying vehicles was recorded.
Tho very next day law 204,789 ve-
hicle toll collections made. The
previous dally high was the 182,748
of Sunday, June 19.
The four-gay volume of toll-paying vehicles produced an estimated revenue total of $184,400.
The July 2d daily high traffic left
an estimated $52,000 in toll collections for a new one-day revenue
record.
On Friday, the start of the holiday week-end, there were 168,283
vehicle toll collections^ and July
4th there were 167,784.
Food Plan Selects
Toolan as Counsel
NEWARK—The Food Plan Industry of New Jersey announced
today that. John E. Toolan of Fair
Haven, prominent New Jersey attorney and former state senator
from Middlesex county, has been
appointed their official spokesman
and counsels
At a meeting at the. Douglas hotel, Mr. Toolan stated that tho
purpose of tho Food Plan Industry
of New Jersey would be to maintain a continued high standard of
ethics and service in one of the
fastest growing industries In the
state. Mr, Toolan praised tho many
food plans, manufacturers, distributors, food purveyors and service
organizations that have sponsored
this association, who, he said,
"pledged themselves to good service and high standards of business practice."
\
LONG BRANCH — The Bishop
McFaut General Assembly of
fourth degree Knlgftts of Columbus has elected William F. Dilger
faithful navigator.
Others elected were: James A.
Msletto, faithful captain; Adrian
Schnooi', ^ faithful .pilot; Henrj
Lorke wictz, faltihi'ul a d m i r a l ;
Frank Mulcahy, Inner sentinel;
Frank Desch, outer sentinel; Carmen "Pallone, scribe and purser;
James F. McGrath, comptroller,
and Nathan Hesslein, Clayton
Held, John P. Hlnes, trustees. Dllger appointed Rev. Frederick J.
Child of St. Dorothea's church.
Eatontown, as chaplain.
Bennett Resigns
Fair Haven Board
Rev. Edward W. Miller
His appointment to the chaplaincy of the hospital became
effective June 1st. In preparation
for his new position, Rev. Miller
was in clinical training in Bellevue
hospital, N. Y-, since early March,
and upon the successful completion
of his work, recommendation was
sent to the New York State Council
of Churches at Syracuse for appraisal and to a New York State
Council of Mental Hygiene at Albany.
Approval was made, and later
by recommendation of l'r. Leo P.
O'Donnell of Harlem Valley State
Hospital, he received the appointment.
A clipping from the Putnam
County Courier of Carmel, N. Y.,
states."
"During his ministry here the
work of GUead church has steadily
progressed. Many Improvements
have been made both in the church
and manse. The membership and
congregation have Increased, and
the financial condition ' of the
church is In excellent condition.
Many additional Improvements are
underway at the present time, including the painting of the church.
Mr. Miller came to Carmel after
a successful ministry of six years in
the Salem Baptist church, New Rochelle, having served as chaplain in
World War II for a period of three
years. He was retired by the army
in the rank of major on account of
service connected disability received In the European theatre of
operations.
'
Since coming to Carmel, Mr. Miller has been very active In com
munlty affairs. He is a member
of the American Legion, committceman of the Carmel boy scouts,
Putnam County Mental Health association, the Literary union, the
Mahopac-Carmel Rotary club, Croton lodge Ho. 368 F. tf A.M. and
Is a member of the Elks lodgo of
New Rochelle."
,
Hlngo Formi
Applications for bingo and raflU I!.
tmnm ma» ba obtalnad at tha lob nrtnt.
Ins dan.rtm.nl of Tha Btal.l.r.
w«
h»v« nil naceuarr form, an band. Call
RE 0.0013—Advartliaraaiit.
Pletmab froun losdt,
Tha modern
FAIR HAVEN—Russell W. Bennett, a member of the Fair Haven
board of education approximately
20 years, has resigned from the
board. He tendered hi3 resignation
this week by letter to Wilfred H.
McCracken, board president.
In his letter, Mr. Bennett stated
he has been considering such action
for some time and emphasized his
resignation did not result from
recent differences among board
members. Mr. McCracken said this
week he regrets Mr. Bennett's resignation, adding, "He has been a
conscientious member of the board
all these years." Mr. McCrackon
added a successor may be appointed to the board at tomorrow night's
meeting.
Mr. Bennett's' letter follows:
I hereby tender my resignation
as a member of the board of education, borough of Fair Haven, as
of this date.
I do this reluctantly. However,
I have been seriously considering
this course for some time and as
you and members of the board may
know. I have hot been feeling my
best during f c past year.
I feel that with tho new bulldinu
program it will demand even more
time. Theroforo it would be advantageous to have a new member
at the beginning rather than in the
middle of it.
My present term expires In 1956
and I definitely would not be a
candidate again, which is my
reason for the above statement
concerning new construction. I
want to make it clear to all that
past or present differences of the
board have in no way influenced
my action.
My past association as a member
or the board for approximately 20
years has been pleasant and one I
shall always remember.
I trust that tho board will continue to function in the future as
it has In the past which I believe
has always been for the benefit
of the people in the borough.
Lawn Party July 17
Benefits Church Fund
SHREWSBURY—A lawn party
will bo held Sunday, July 17, from
5 to 7 p. m. at thp homo of Mr. and
Mrs. John \V. Parker, Sycamore
ave., sponsored by llic wives of vestrymen of Old Christ Bplsuoridl
church.
Proceeds will go to the uiuisli
house building fund. The new structure Is expected to be ready for occupancy Sept. 15. Mrs. Parker Is
chairman of Iho committee. On It
are 'Mrs. Harold B. Sheppard, cochairman, and Mrs. Kenneth E.
Button, Jr., Mrs. Paul C. Parker,
Mrs. Walter Ellis, Mrs. Elmer C.
Walnrlght, Mrs, Frank B. Lawes,
Mrs, Arthui' E. James and Mrs,
Howell K. Walton.
FAIR HAVEN"—A motion crcalng the position of full-time secretary to the board of education—
a controversial Issue shice its adoption by the board June 13—was
rescinded by the board at a special
meeting Thursday.
The board at its June 13 meeting—by two motions—created the
full-time secretary's post and appointed George Woodward, who has
been serving as part-time secretary,
to the new post at a salary of
$6,200 pel' year with tenure. A debate over the proposition resulted
In two board members—Lewis E.
Connor and Emil Jakubecy—walking out of the irieeting. Mr. Connor
subsequently resigned from the
board.
"Last week, Mr. Woodward restated his rejection of the full-time
post. Since the $6,200 salary and
tenure applied only to him, they'
hecame a dead Issue, Previously the
board stated that should Mr. Woodward refuse the post, other applicants would be considered and the
salary would be determined by the
experience and qualifications of the
appointee.
A motion to rescind the motion
creating the post was made by Mr.
Jakubecy Thursday but received no
second. Then the same motion was
made by Fairman Black, chairman
of the board's administrative committee. It was seconded by Mr.
Jakubecy and carried unanimously.
Earlier Mr. Black said his committee recommended that a consultant be retained by the board to
streamline the school system's ad
mlnlstratlvc procedure. Although
no vote was taken, the board
agreed. Such a survey would cost
about $400, according to Mr, Black.
At the sUKfcCsut,.. of Mr. Jakubecy, Wilfred H. McCracken, board
president, directed that Earl B.
Garrison, county superintendent of
schools, and Joseph Clayton, director of, bureau of building services
for tho state department of education, be asked to attend tomorrow night's regular board meeting.
Mr. Black suggested that the survey net be undertaken before the
fall teijn begins and that the board
not coVnmlt themselves to any longtime situations at this time. He
added the board needs a temporary
arrangement since a survey report couldn't be obtained before
Sept. 15.
Mr. Black was complimented on
his "Intelligent" approach to the
problem by Mr. Jakubecy, who then
suggested that Mr. Clayton and Mr.
Garrison be invited to tomorrow's
meeting. Mr. Jakubecy said he had
spoken to Mr. Garrison about the
$6,200 salary and' had been told:
'We'll have the highest paid secretary in municipalities of comparable size In the county." The
motion to rescind the June 13
motion creating the full-time secretary's post followed.
In making his motion, Mr. Jakubecy said the board couldn't decide on the secretary's
salary with
an "open mind1 'as long as the June
13 motion was on the hooks.
Before Thursday's meeting was
opened, Mrs. Gladys Hunter, named
to the board to fill the vacancy
caused by Mr. Connor's resignation,
was sworn in by Abraham J. Zager,
board attorney.
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Fund Drive for New Catholic Church
Reduces $560,000 Debt by $125,000
FAIR HAVEN—Rev. Donald E.
Hickey, pastor and honorary chairman of the Church of the Nativity
building fund campaign, has announced that as a result of the third
and final report of the general solicitation committee, the total
amount subscribed has reached the
$125,000 mark.
This drive, with a minimum goal
of $100,000, was Initiated ten weeks
ago, and was undertaken to assist
in tho liquidation of the palish
debt, which stands at (690,000.
The campaign, having exceeded
its goal by $25,000, was given early
mpetus by tho work of tho memorial gifts committee, headed by Theodoro J. Labrecque, chairman, and
his associates, Russell Minton,
Philip Carling and Frank Patock.
That committee realized over $62,000
in less than three weeks of soliciting prospects in the parish.
A formal solemn opening ceremony, presided over by Msgr. Emmctt A. Monahan,' pastor of St.
James, Red Bank, took place June
10 In tho main church. Rev. Eugene B. Kelly, pastor of the Church
of Christ the King, Manville, delivered an address to tho workers
and parishioners. Tho volunteer
workers formed a processional
march Into tho church and the
ceremonies were highlighted by tho
individual blessing ol tho workers
by Msgr. Monahan.
This ceremony formally Initiated
the solicitation of the remainder of
tho parish by tho general solicitations committee under the direction
or Raymond T. McCut, general
BED BANK REGISTER, JULY 7,1955
Fife Two
JMorven, 250-Year-Old Mansion,
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iwhicta Gov. Robert B. Meyner
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>rfll be ready in less than a year.
1 lltyner told a news conference
.last week a committee appointed
;by him to study and report wheth. -«r "Uorven" ihould be used as New
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Prepares for Additional Growth
The New Jersey Highway Au
thority, builder and operator of the
Jersey's -executive mansion and
Garden
State parkway, was three
what type of repairs should be
years old Sunday' and has a new
undertaken has submitted its rel«4-mile
scenic superhighway to
port to the governor and the legshow for its young life as an orislature.
ganization.
He said the legislature has apThe agency actually reached Its
proved a »170,000 appropriation for
third anniversary Saturday, having
the repairs and an architect is
first organized for business July 2,
drawing up plans for the restora19S2. The authority came into existtion.
ence on paper at least by virtue of
"The work ought to be completlegislation enacted In April of that
ed in the first three or four months
year.
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Only last Friday, the parkway
"Hie governor added the commitbecame
available
from one end of
tee would continue to work with
the projected route to the other
the architect to determine the
for the first time as a final major
furnishings and landscaping of the
section up to the route 17, Parahistoric building.
mus, northern terminus was openMeyner now stays at a Trenton
ed to traffic.
hotel.
The parkway extends almost the
He told newsmen a special subfull length of New Jersey between
committee headed by Mrs. A. HarParamus — approximately eight
ry Moore of Jersey City will co-operate with the architect, Edgar I. OKINAWA — M/Sgt. Charles miles west of New York city across
Williams on the restoration,
Vanover, whose wife, Blanche, lives the Hudson river—and Cape May
at 46 Patterson ct., Shrewsbury, N. at the southern end of the state.
'Far All Governors'
J., recently arrived at Fort Buck- As a result of the parkway, a trip
He said purchase of furnishings ner and Is a member of the Ryu- from the top of New Jersey to the
and other equipment to be used in kyus Command Signal Service. Sgt. southernmost point in the state
connection with the rehabilitation Vanover, a veteran of service in new takes less than 3'A hours. The
of the mansion would be made un- Europe and Korea, is a wire chief previous route over other roads reder the direction of Joseph E. Mc- In the signal service. He entered quired more than i'.'j hours.
Lean, New Jersey commissioner of the Army in 1942 and was last sta- Some 20 miles of the parkway
Conservation and Economic Devel- tioned at Fort Monmouth. His par- alignment were built by the New
opment, with the approval of the ents, Mr. and Mrs. F. Vanover, live Jersey state highway department
before the authority got under way
state division of purchase and In Gatliff, Ky.
in full force with construction.
property.
Limited funds available to the
Meyner told reporters he did not
have any special preference as to Edge recommended the mansion highway department for the Parkthe type of furniture to be used should be used as either a guber- way project promped the creation
In the mansion.
natorial home, a museum or both. of the authority with power to un"My feeling Is that outside of my
own room and my mother's room,
the rest should be In keeping with
the tradition of the house. It's not
Kolng to be Just my house—it's
going to be for all governors,"
Meyner told newsmen.
He added that although the rehabilitation work has not started,
a man is always at the mansion
to cut the grass and keep people
out of the building and grounds,
Morven, one of the oldest houses
in Princeton, was deeded to the
state by former Gov. Walter E.
Edge during Gov. Alfred E. Driscoll's administration.
Built In 11*1
II wa» built In 1701 by Richard
Stockton. 3d, grandfather of the
signer of the Declaration of Independence, on land purchased from
William Fenn.
The mansion was one of America'! most beautiful residences until it was occupied during the Revolutionary war by Lord Cornwallli.
When Cornwallis' troops retreated, they set fire to the house and
partially damaged It.
Morven changed ownership for
a brief period In the late IMO's, but
it was returned to the Stockton
family and Its members lived there
until 1528. Edge purchued the estate in 1944.
The 47-year-old' bachelor governor has'toured the mansion and
appears particularly pleased with
the estate, although members of
the legislature's appropriations
ci.^mittea ~';."ho ^ocompsnied him
on his tour did not think much
of the house.
Swimming Pool, Tennis Court
However, the Republican legislators approved the appropriation.
The governor seemed particularly pleased with Morven's glassedin garden, its swimming pool and
tennis court.
Tennis and swlmmlnc are ameng
Mfivner's favorite sports.
'
Edge has said the six-acre estate
had been annralsed at a little more
than $200,000 and the state would
be foolish not to take advantage
of it.
He said Morven would be an excellent place for New Jersey's governors to entertain dignitaries visiting the state.
Apparently. Meyner has abandoned the idea of setting part of
Morven aside as a state museum.
The Hearth
Broad St.
Route 35
Shrewsbury
dertake bond Issue financing so as
to speed construction.
In November of 1952, the voters
of New Jersey overwhelmingly approved a referendum pledging the
state's credit to a 1285,000,000 bond
Issue to finance completion of the
parkway. A subsequent bond issue
of (20,000,000 last year did not
carry such a pledge.
The first toll section of the parkway from U. S. route 22 to the Essex-Union county line was opeped
in January last year. Last summer,
however, was the start of a series
of sectional openings that resulted
in a major portion of the parkway
becoming available to traffic.
The parkway route now provides
a direct north-south connection between such metropolitan areas as
Newark, Clifton, Paterson and Passale, and all seashore resorts Including Asbury Park, Atlantic CJty
and Wildwood. It leads to a large
number of historic sites, state
parks and forests, and military Installations along the eastern border
of New Jersey.
. The authority is planning an extension of the legislated parkway
route north from the route 17 terminus to the New York state line
where it would link with the New
York Thru way. In addition, it haa
initiated a study of a proposed ferry
service across Delaware bay, between Cape May, N. J., and Lewes,
Del., to link the parkway route with
the main highways to the south.
A feasibility report on the proposed extension to the Thru way is
expected around Sept. 1. A report
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Serving
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Salads
Steerburgers - Franks
Platters
Luncheons - Dinners
It is in the nature of things for men to hold
opinions and to argue and dispute.
styles in motor cars—and not give the nod to
Cadillac for its great dignified silhouette?
Football, baseball, politics—guns, golf clubs,
breeds in d o g s . . . name a best, and you have
an argument.
Who could take the wheel of this dynamic
performer—with a hundred.horsepower added
to its engine for safety alone—and not crown it
the king of the highway ?
Variety of
Sea Feed Platters
on Fridays
But when it comes to motor cars, you'll seldom get an argument if you name CADILLAC
as the car of cars. '
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And so it goes through boats and trains—
and horses and tennis and makes of planes/
That's about as close as men come to universal agreement. And with good reason.
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FIBST AID COURSE
ROOSEVELT—At a meeting of
the Monmoutli county association
of first aid squads last week at
squad headquarters here, it was
announced a course in heavy duty
rescue work will be held next week
at Hammonton. The association
will hold its next meeting Sept.,
28 at Rumson.
We feel assured that. you, yourself, are
aware that Cadillac is the car of cars. But
that is but part of the wonderful Cadillac
story for 1955.
Who could relax in its luxurious comfort for
a mile or five hundred—and fail to recognize
it as the finest riding car on the highways?
There are economy—and value—and
dependability. There are long life—and resale
value—and freedom from repairs. And there
are all the other sound, practical reasons for
owning a Cadillac.
And who could look back over its illustrioiu
past—or look about him at the people whe
own it today—and not acclaim it as the most
distinguished car in the automotive world?
Come in and see us. We'll give you the whole
story—and the keys to a car. Thirty minutes
at the wheel . . . and you'll understand why
there's no argument about a Cadillac!
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RED BANK REGISTER, JULY 7,1955
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KEANSBURU — Following Hie
most successful FourtW of July
week-end in the borough's history,
the Keanaburg Beach Merchants association have announced that they
will again hold "Cut Rate Day" on
the boardwalk every Tuesday from
1 to 6 p. m.
Louis Collichlo, president of the
organization, laid b e a c h f r o n t
amusement operators had been
flooded with questions from sum
mer visitors, asking if the weekly
reduced rate' for kiddie rides would
be held again this year.
The Beach Merchants association
sponsored a regular day last year
for the first time, and the idea met
with such a great response that
amusement operators reported it
brought them their heaviest volume
In years.
Mr. Collichio said that other innovations used by the Beach Mcr
chants last year which helped produce a successful season will he repeated this year. They include
weekly jazz concerts, baby parade
and king and queen contest.
He said that several bus companies have indicated they will run
special excursions here Tuesdays
so children -will be able to take
advantage of the reduced rates for
the boardwalk amusements.
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Daniel P. McCarthy of Wanamaasa and Jay H. Lehman of Lakewood have been promoted by the
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Hirsch, manager of the Jersey
Shore agency.
Mr. McCarthy will have charge
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operation of the agency. Mr. McCarthy and Mr. Lehman have both
been special agents in the Asbury
Park detached office of the Trenton ordinary agency.
Both men joined the Prudential
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not be present because he was conferring with officials of the school
bus company to lay out new routes
and plan new pick-up points. Mr.
Hampton presented the transportation schedule for next year, which
details by streets and areas which
children will be transported.
Since it was not accompanied by
any explanation of the reasons for
the lines of demarcation between
"walkers" or "riders," however, it
was referred to Russell Anderson,
public relations chairman, for further study before release to the
newspapers. Mr. Anderson will
meet with the transportation comnjittee to draw up such a statement
so that everyone will know the
facts of difficult problems. Copies
of the statement and the transportation schedule will be posted
in public places, such as the post
office, and will be given to the
press, so that interested parents
may know their position well In
advance of the opening of school.
SID to Present Flag
The board accepted the offer of
the local chapter of the Sons and
Daughters of Liberty to present a
flag to the Memorial school. ' The
contract for the school construction Includes setting up a flag pole
and It was decided that the pole be
set between the Memorial and Vrtter school to serve both. Although
present plans do not call for the
immediate grading of the land be
tween the two schools, it Is hopcl
that this can be done soon, with
the flag pole as the central point
in a connecting sidewalk.
On the recommendation of John
Smock, chairman of the building
and grounds committee, it was vot
ed to let the school custodian have
Saturdays off during July and Au
gust. Mr. Smock was authorized
to -SUvcrtlse for bids for blacktopping various areas around the
Steelman school. He also was au
thorlnpd to get bids on new flooi
ing for five classrooms in the Steelman school.
Fred Stilwell, a member of Mi
Smock's committee, protested that
he had not been fully informed
concerning the projects. Mr. Smock
replied that he had not been able to
get the facts and figures In time to
hold a committee meeting prior to
the board meeting. In order to <x
pedltn .the jobs, which should be
done during the summer, the boaid
decided to get bids as a basis lor
discussion at the next meeting.
The school calendar for 1965-5*,
submitted by Mr. Ramsay, was
adopted. His monthly report for
June showed that there were 628
pupils as of the closing; of school.
There arc 140 children registered
for next year's <, kindergarten and
another SO are expected to enroll
in September. Mr. Ramaay will
submit his annual report at the
meeting Monday, Aug. 1.
Mrs. Robert Caughman, whose
daughter recently fell down a steep
hill adjacent to the Memorial school
property and suffered two broken
arms and a broken nose, suggested
that the board contact Hie owner
of the hill to request his co-operation in levelling it. She said it will
probably be an "attractive nuisance" to pupils. Robert Maida,
board attorney, advised the board
to refer the matter to the borough
council for consideration.
The hornbill has a bill that (a
massive and looks heavy, but is
really light, being a thin, hard
sheath over a network of bony
libers.
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testa were conducted the llrat day
and the class subdivided Into four
groups. As students progress in the
art of swimming they will bo progressively idvanced into the ne.\t
higher group. Assisting the chairman, Mrs. Haioli, Briller. were Mrs.
John Maincr, Mrs. Paul Schllctlng, Mrs. Ferdinand Maltais, Mrs.
T. M. Marko and Miss Klainc Beizer. Following the swimming program, camp activities at tho playground will open July 18.
Mr. and Mrs. John Socolchik of
Orchard rd. entertained at a swimming party and Imrbccue Saturday
for their ilau^htcr Joyannp, who
celebrated her tenth birthday July
Fourth. Guests were Ronald Lewis.
Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Meyers and
daughter Virginia, Rcnee Marko,
Sally Slicnk. Marsha Howe, Carol
and Christine Burulia and Mrs. Edward Howe. Jr. and sons Douglas
and Edward.
Lieut, and Mrs. Robert Marshall
of San Francisco, Col., and Mrs.
Susan Marko of Passaic wore
guests thla week ol Mr, and Mrs.
Theodore M. Marko of Alexander dr
Itivcr Plaza
Mrs. Alfred Ralph ot Wllmort
park was tendered a stork shower
Tuesday-of last week by .Mrs.
Robert Kennedy at her home in
Fair Haven. Gifts were placed
in a pink and blue bassinet. Guests
were Mrs. Bruce McCoach and
Mrs. William Tansey of Fair
Haven, Mrs. . L. Sncueker and
Mrs. N. A. VanDorn, Colts Neck;
Mrs. Don Bruno, Wanamassa; Mrs.
Paul Walsh, Shrewsbury; Mrs.
Arthur Groves. Red Bank; Mrs.
Allen Halscy and Mrs. Paul Ralph.
Riverside • Heights; Mrs. William
Burdgc, Bclmar; Mrs. Albert Bioasena, Mrs. George Mascioli. Mrs.
Vincent Parchment and Mrs. Zlotkowski, Wilmort park, and Mrs.
Elmer Ralph of this place.
Ninety-two children participated
in the learn-to-swim program
which got under way Tuesday
under the auspices of the River
Plaza Daycamp Committee, Inc.,
with classes conducted by the Red
Cross at the Belvedere pool In
Keansburg. Swimming proficiency
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Page Four
Les Paul, Mary Ford to Appear
Plans Progress
At Convention Hall Tomorrow
For Charity Bali
from doctors, six; from lawyers,
four; and from other sources, 27.
Classified by their religious status;
tals, 38; from maternity homes, 37;
133 applications for adoption assitancc were received from mothTRENTON—Eight
applications ers of Protestant children, 31 from
ASBUKY PARK—Lcs Paul and
OCEANPORT—Monmouth Park
for, assistance were received from Catholics, and four in behalf of will again play a part in thorough- Mary Ford will head the guest list
Ifonmouth county mothers seeking Jewish children, while the religious bred racing's ever-growing partici- of recording stars who will make
to place their children for adoption status of 30 children had not been pation In community, civic and personal appearances at Paul Brenby ttie Children's Home Society of determined for reporting purposes.
ner's first weekly "WAAT RequestNew Jersey during its recently ter- Adoptive sen-ice was given to 158 charitable functions Saturday, July fully Yours Record Hop" at Conminated fiscal year. In a report re- white children, to 31 Negroes, to 30, when Its clubhouse will be the vention hall on the boardwalk toleased earlier this week, covering two children of mixed blood, and scene of the ninth annual .Turf morrow evening, It was announced
the period from June 1, 3954 to to ten whose racial status was not charity ball and carnival which will today by Walter Reade, Jr., movie
raise funds for a hoat of Monmouth theater circuit president, whose orMay 81, 1985, it was noted that a determined.
county charities. Last year $63,900,
total of 208 requests for adoption
The report also stated tlml dur- including Monmouth Park's own ganization la operating the resort
assistance had been received from ing the recently terminated fiscal
city's big auditorium this season.
donation of $25,000, was distributed
all parts of the state.
year, four Monmouth county child- to many local agencies engaged In
Let and Mary will be interviewed
According to the society, the less couples received youngsters to
by Brenner from the special broadsources of referral ot its state-wide adopt as their own. The society charitable and welfare work. Since casting studio to be built on the
adoption aid Intake are as follows: also reported that It had been of 1947 nearly $500,000 has been raised theater stage and will autograph
from social service agencies, 48; di- assistance to 399 children during to benefit the sick and needy.
One of the highlights of the pictures for the audience.
rect from parents, 43; from hospi- the report period, of which numIn addition, Mr. Brenner will also
ball
will bo the auctioning of a
ber, 283 were served by the sothoroughbred race horse. Tempo- have the Chordettes, the top g i r
ciety's adoption department.
rarily named the "Monmouth Mys- vocal quartet, which rose to fame
tery Miss" the race horse in. ques- on the' Arthur Godfrey TV show,
KE1SER LAWN PARTY
and Lou Monte, popular recording
POET
MONMOUTH — Carol tion is a thoroughbred yearling fllly star,
as his guests tomorrow night
Anno Reiser, daughter of Mr. and of outstanding breeding and conThe evening's proceedings will be
Mrs. Fred Reiser, Montana ave., formation. Her identity will be
100 ih*r*i common stock
was guest at a lawn party June 28. kept secret until the night of the tape recorded and used Saturday
Present were Iris and Sandra Mu- ball when final bids will be accept- morning by Mr. Brenner on his
of t h * Clerk C. Merritt
sante, Judith Toynbee, Nancy Kin- ed and she becomes the property of regular WAAT show. The evening's
Co., Inc., i t $2 per share.
kade, Terry and Peggy Moe, Bren- the highest bidder. Meanwhile, program will run from 8:30 p. m. to
da and Donna Hogkins, Roscma- written bida may be mailed up until 12:30 a. m.
WRITE
rle and Linda Lou Furiato, Susan midnight Wednesday, July 27, to
The first 500 persons attending
Hurley, Barbara Krutal, Joan Monmouth Park Jockey club. After will each be given a currently pop
CHARLIS R. MARTIN
Final!, Mary and Joel Cunning- that, bHs may be made in person ular phonograph as a souvenir.
m Brighton Ave. Lone Branch
ham, Terry and John Damelio, at the ball,
There will be record players as
Joan Reiser, Martin Ii&wlor and
Apt. i , or call IXJ 6-5S21-R.
Also a top attraction that evening prizes In a special mambo dance
Patricia Smith.
will be the appearance of Guy Lom- contest and a major hi-fldcllty re
bardo and his Royal Canadians, cording machine as a grand prize
who will present the "Sweetest for the evening.
Between the interviews with the
Music This Side of Heaven." Featured stars in the Lombardo en- guest stars and the dance contests,
semble include Carmen, Lebcrt and Brenner will play records for dancVictor Lombardo, Kenny Gardner, ing; have members of the audience
Cliff Gross, Bill Flannigan, the act with him as a "deejay" and fill
Lombardo trio, and the Lombardo record requests from the floor.
Special arrangements have been
twin pianos.
Mrs. Philip H. Iselin, wife of made with the Public Service Bus
Monmouth Park's treasurer, and company to hold buses near the hall
Mrs. Townsend B. Martin are ball until 12:30, so that return transportation for North Jersey residents
chairmen.
and those in Newark area can be
Other committee chairmen are assured. The Public Service Bus
Mrs. William Russell, Jr., and Mrs. company is also handling combined
Frederick Tatum, tickets; Mr,. transportation
and
admission
George S. Howell and Mrs. John tickets.
Corson Ellis, program; Mrs. W. W.
The "WAAT Requestfully Yours
Gam well, dowers; Mrs, Louis E.
Hague] concessions; Mrs. David Record Hop" with Mr. Brenner will
Werblln, entertainment; Mrs. Hor-be a regular Friday night- feature
ace Homer, decorating; Mrs. Bern- at Convention hall through July
ard White patron and patroness; and August,
Mrs. Alfred King, Jr., tag day and
Mrs. William deForrest Smith and
U. S. Department of Agriculture
Mrs. Thomas P. Doremus, Bpeclal food
warn nirainst letting
prizes; Mrs. David Wiitentz, spon- deviledexperts
sit In the picnic bassors; Mrs. Amory L. Haskell, Jr., ket for eggs
even
a few hours on a
auctions; Mrs. Redford Bascome, warm day. Hard-cooked
eggs in
pictures and G. Barker Seeley and the (hell keep a little better,
they
Kurt Hofmann, publicity.
say. But safety calls for keeping
Chairmen of ares, committees ate stuffed eggs or egg mixtures cold
Mrs. Irving Feist for New York from the time they are prepared
city; Mrs. Julia Throckmorton, Red until they are eaten, lays Mrs.
Bank; Mrs. Walter Stelnbsch, As- Whit*.
bury Park and Lone Branch; Mr*.
F. F. Schock, Jr., Spring Lake; and
Mrs. E. Robert Durand, Freehold.
Offer 8 Children
For Adoption
WANTED
TO BUY
YOU'RE NOT SEEING THINGS.
LADY, THEY'RE S M A R T
CLOTHES ON THEIR WAY TO
DONALD'S
FOR THAT SPARKLETONE
DRY CLEANING
If clothes could walk, they'd head straight for ui
whin they need cleaning and praising, 'cause they
know we'treat 'em right. But they don't have to
walk . . . we pick up and deliver, promptly.
County PTA Aims
At Delinquency
NEPTUNE — The e x e c u t i v e
hoard of the Monmouth County
Council of Parent-Teacher associations, meeting last week at the
home of Mrs. Ralph Ritzendollar
on Old Corlies rd., voted to promote efforts toward analyzing Juvenile delinquency and to assist
communities in promoting facilities whereby help may be given
to develop the feeling .in young
people that they are future responsible citizens. In connection
with this, the board also plans
to reactivate interest in a. county
vocational school.
Mrs. John Polhemus, president,
named the following chairmen to
the board of managers: Mrs. John
Warneker of Lincroft, reading and
library; Mrs. Charles Stlllwagon,
Little Silver, budget and finance;
Mrs. H. G. Home, Spring Lake
Heights, the exceptional child;
Mrs. Milton Roberts, Englishtown,
music, and Mrs. Raymond Hahn,
Union Beach, recreation.
The board of managers will hold
Its annual picnic meeting Aug. 22
Red Bank toNewark
OCEAN GROVE—The interstate
conference (New Jersey and New
York) of t: e Woman's Christian
Temperance Union will be held
July 19, 20 and 21 at the Young
People's temple here. Mn. Paul J.
Ohristner of Upper Montclair, state
president, is in charge, assisted
by Mrs. George B. Whltfleld of
Eatontown, state recording secretary, and other state officers.
The two principal speakers will
be Miss Elizabeth A. Smart, world
WCTU consultant to the United
Nations, who will speak at the July
19 evening sessl n, and Rev. Melvln
M. Forney, general secretary of the
Lord's Day Alliance of the United
States, who will apeak at the July
20 evening session on the topic, "A
Christian Witness in a Secular
World."
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Much of the old Erl« Canal has
been Incorporated in the New York
State Barge Canal system.
at the home of Mrs, Arthur G.
Freer, Hemlock G-lenn farm, Colt's
N»ck.
Also attending were Mrs. John
Garruto, Mrs. Frank Yapps, Mrs.
Donald
Gordon, Mrs. Herbert
Gaarder, Mrs. Thomas Hogan,
Mrs. Russell Danielson, Jr., Mrs.
William Bradley, Mrs. Frank W.
Hayden and Mrs. Thomas J.
Gessler.
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MIDDLETOWN — Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Readc, Jr.. of Navesink
River rd. and New York city, have
announced the birth Of a baby girl
Wendy, at Doctors' hospital, New
York city, Thursday, June 30.
Wendy is their third child. TheV
have two other daughters, Donnle
and Diane. Mrs. Reade Is the
former Harriet Sager. Mr. Reade is
president of Walter Reade Theatre*,
Inc., one of the largest independent
motion picture theatre and food
, catering organizations in the Bait.
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CUBS ON TRIP
WEST KEANSBURG—Cub pack
61, accompanied by Walter Beyer
end parents and den mothers, visited the Ginger Bread Castle at
Hamburg last week. Other trips
are planned ' for July .to Camp
Housman and a beach party In
August,
with Indianapolis
Race Drivers
the Answer is
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YOU SAVE 2 0 ? O ON YOUR
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SUMMARY OR SYNOPSIS OF 195'. AUDIT REPORT OF
TOWNSHIP OF ATLANTIC AS REQUIRED BY R,S, 4 0 T « - *
COMBINED COMPARATIVE BALANCE SHEET .
Dec. 31.1954 D M . 81, 19l3
AJSETS
Cash
»n2,12«.0l 1182,460.6(1
Investments
13JB0.00
13,370.00
T u n »nd Tax Title Liens Receivable
20,141).94
10,897.70
Accounts Recelvuble
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8,221.41
J.78S.4O
Deferred Charges to Future Taxation (General)
2fi,000.00
Deferred Charges to Succeeding Year's Revenue
4,000.00
»244,287.3« I219.C20.7O
Total Assets .....
. M LIABILITIES AND SURPLUS
Attprourlallon Reaervet
Accounts Psynble »nd Other UtbMtlM
Improvement Authorization
Statutory and Special Funds
KtfMrvo for Certain Assets Receivable
SuVplus
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' i Total Liabilities and Surplus
i COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OK OPERATIONS
AND SURPLUS
Revenue
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Surplus Revenue Appropriated
C e r e n t Revenue (Cash Basis)
i
TotsI Revenue
Expenditures
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atlons—Budurl and Emergency .„
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to Income by Statute:
Deferred Charges In Above Expenditures
Amount Added to Surplim Revenue
Surplui Revenue:
pa In nee, January 1st
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A
Appropriation
in Current Budget
BJlainee, December 81, 1B64
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12.828.1C
16,429.68
8,360.54
2S.371.35
177.648.8B
I 12,063.46
10,407.41
I244.JS7.86
$219,620.70
Year 1054
I 50,000.00
203,199.69
Year 1853
I 49,261.110
200,260.26
1253,199.69
1249,511.25
I 79,300.00
81,765.48
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30,761.60
1207,270.69
I 79,900.00
74,394.66
t 45,929.00
t «8,186.2B
633.lt
20,681.10
175,185.51
29,080.80
«183,374.96
6,854.04
$ 52,781.04
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f 47,712.87
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S, That nil officials handling Township fundi be bonded.
4. Thnt the Collector'* bond be increased to $28,000.00 HB required by lnw,
i The above eummary or nynupsis was prepared from the report of audit of the
Township of Atlnnlie, County of Monmouth, for the calendar year 10&4, This
report of audit submitted by Joseph J, Seaman, Resietered Municipal AcenuntanU,
Si on file at the Townihlp Cl«rk'« office and may be Inspected by any interested
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You can spot this one by the twin tailpipes. No matter what you drive, you're
going to see twin-exhaust Chevrolets
pulling away-in traffic, on the toughest
hills, on the long straightaways.
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Lincroft Woman Sent to Reformatory
For Fatal Beating of Stepdaughter
Contest
FREEHOLD—Judge Elvin R.
Simmill last Thursday sentenced
Mrs. Helen M. Anton, 40, of 62 Manor parkway, Lincroft, to an Indeterminate term in Clinton reformatory for fatally beating her fiveyear-old stepdaughter liar. 15.
Mrs. Anton had pleaded no defense to a charge of manslaughter
arising from her beating her stepdaughter, Karen, with a floor brush
until the handle broke. The child
died of head injuries in Monmouth
Memorial hospital three days later.
Mrs. Anton's attorney, Leo Weinstein, Matawan, told the court that
Mrs, Anton worked as a waitress
while suffering from a thyroid con
dition and rearing a family of four
children. He added that all of these
pressures caused her to crack when
she beat the child, who police said
was mentally retarded.
In imposing the sentence, Judge
Simmlll said he was doing so reluctantly. "There is no question in
my mind she was aggravated beyond human endurance by this subnormal child," Judge Simmill said,
"but on the other hand, she took
a human life, and*I don't feel I can
put her on probation."
i
Robert Maxson, 18, Middletown
township, a soldier who was arrested last September for allegedly
stealing a taxi from William Lawrence,. Highlands, in Port Monmouth, was sentenced to Annandale
reformatory for an indeterminate
period.
Raymond Maurath, 22, Hawthorne
lane, Rumson, was given a suspended sentence to Bordentown reformatory, placed on probation for five
years and fined $500, plus court
costs on charges of open lewdness
in Rumson and Red Bank in May.
The court also directed him to take
psychiatric treatment as one of the
conditions of probation.
A one-to-thrce-year term in state
prison was ordered for Raymond
Heyer, 35, of Middle rd., Rarltan
township, for contributing to the
delinquency of a 17-year-old girl.
Eugene R. Taylor, Shore blvd.,
Keansburg, was sent to Bordentown
reformatory for an indeterminate
term for violation of probation, resulting from an alleged theft of a
motor vehicle while on probation.
He was put on probation for the
theft in January and was brought
up on the violation charge afte
being jailed in Florida after leav
ing the state without notice.
Julio Delleon and Charles Agoe,
both of Central ave., Atlantic Highlands, were sentenced for breaking
into the New Jersey Natural Ga
company office and a liquor store
in Atlantic Highlands June 8. Delleon was sent to Annandale reformatory for an indeterminate term.
Agee, who was chRrgert with his
first offense, was given a suspended
sentence to Bordentown reformatory, put on probation for three
years and lined $250 plus costs.
A suspended sentence to Clinton
reformatory, probation for three
years and a $250 fine, plus costs of
i court, were ordered for Miss Blima
' Hirscli, 20, of 55 South Fifth ave.,
Long Branch, for taking $119 in
parking meter .revenue while em
ployed as a stenographer in the
Long Branch police department,
Leroy J. Smith, 20, of Tampa
Fla., who is charged with the gun.
point holdup of William Wheatley
at his service station on it. 34 and
Laurel ave., West Keansburg, in
which he got $78 in January, was
sent to Bordentown reformatory for
an indeterminate term.
Robert Young, 32, of Neptune
township, was given a suspended
sentence of two to four years in
state prison, put on. probation foi
five year** and fined $250 and costs
for stealing three rings worth l$50
while delivering a mattress to the
home of Mrs. Lucille Lanterman,
Hope rd., New Shrewsbury, Mar. 24.
A suspended sentence to Boidcn
town, probation for five years and
a fine of $250 plus costs, were ordered for Howard Hurley, 23, FarmIngdale-Lakewood rd., • Lakewobd,
lor carnal abuse of a 14-year-old
New. Shrewsbury girl Mar. 31 in
that borough,
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by midnight, July 14.
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TRENTON — With excellent
prospects for a Rood crop of high
quality the New Jersey potato harvest opens this week. Heavy movement to city markets will begin
in a week or ten days and continue through most of August, according to Alvah W. Severson,
market reporter of the State Department of Agriculture.
./To date the 1955 growing »eason has been one of the best on
record for potatoes in New Jersey with relatively cool weather
during late spring; and early summer and ample rainfall during the
period when the crop was maturing.
Cobblers, the first variety to be
marketed from the Garden state,
have been sizing up well and are
of excellent quality, said Soverson.
Chippewas and Katahdins will follow later in the'season.
Growers expect to harvest some
6,162,000 bushels of potatoes from
23,700 acres this season. This is
an eight per cent Increase over
last year's record low crop.
Keating Returns
To Military Academy
WEST POINT, N. Y.—Cadet
Richard J. Keating, 21, son of Mrs.
Anne E. Scarle, 20 Park avo., Eatontown, N. J., recently returned to
the U. S. Military academy from
a tour of Army and Air Force installations.
Cadet Keating, a senior at West
Point, visited Wright- Paterson Air
Force base, Ohio, Fort Knox, Ky.,
Fort Sill, Okla., Fort Belvoir, Vu.,
and Fort Monmouth, N. J.. Members of the senior class are acting
as instructors for the freshman and
sophomore classea at West Point
and for new recruits at Fort Dlx,
N. J, Cadet Keating Is a presidential appointee to West Point. He
is a 1951 graduate of Red Bank
high school.
Nearly four tons of aphlds have
been found in a single acre of alfalfa.
MEETINGS
Sgt. Hall Cited
For Suggestion
DISCOUNT
SALE
NEW SHREWSBURY—An ApPARKS AIR FORCE BASE, Cal
pliance repair business operated bv
Peter J. Moreau will open Monday —M/Sst. James Hall, son of Mrs.
at Mr. Moreau's home, 13 Garden Rosa. G. Hall of 15 Leightou ave,
pi., here.
Red Bank, has been cited by the
management improvement committee of the 2319th Personnel Processing group for his suggestion of an
improvement In the on-the-job training of junior airmen In tho clerical
field.
Sgt. Hall, non-commissioned officer In £hargo of the officers' flight.
2353d Personnel Processing squadron, 2349 Personnel Processing
group, first enlisted in tho Air Force
in December, 1952.
Prior to being assigned to Parks
Air Force base Hall was stationed
at Keesler Air Force base, Miss.,
and Lockbourne Air Force base,
Ohio.
During World War II Hall served
in Assam with the Cliina-IndiaBurma theater of operations. During this time he received a commendation medal as first sergeant
Of the 1346th AAF Baao unit.
In 1949 Hall went to Okinawa,
where he served as sergeant major
of the 6332d Air Base group. He
returned to the United States in
1951.
Tet«r J. Moreau
Early U. 3. census reports gave
A native of Holmdel, Mr. Moreau the amouut of coal mined In bushels
has lived in this area all his life and it is estimated that about 28
and attended Red Bank high bushels of coal equal a ton.
school. Ho has had live years' expcricn.ee *ln tho appliance business
with tho Better Housekeeping shop
in Red Bank and has had factory
schooling in Wostinghouse, General
Electric, Kelvinatoiy Bendix and
other company's products.
Ho will specialize in the repair
and servicing of automatic kitchen and laundry equipment.
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RED BANK SAVINGS & 10AN ASS'N.
June 30, we paid our Saving Members
3
661.83
in dividends at the rate of
All accounts are insured up to $10,000. For over 68
consecutive years this association has never missed
paying a dividend.
If you were not one of those who shared in our latest
dividend get in on our year-end payment by opening
an account now.
,
STATEMENT OF CONDITION
JUNE 30, 1955
LIABILITIES
ASSETS
INITIAL OFFERING
TO THE PUBLIC
/ /
For Quality
VACATIONING IN BERMUDA
Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Spotts
of Hamilton drive, Red Bank; Mrs.
Joseph LoPiccolo of River rd.,
Fair Haven, ant. Mrs. Alice Muraock of Bay Shore, New York,
have been vacationing at tho-Bermudian, Pembroke, Bermuda.
private room for
PARTIES
Potato Harvest
Starts in
Moreau to Open
Appliance Shop
First Mortgage Loans
:
$5,341,863.61
F. H. A. Improvement Loans
67,083.83
Loans on Members' Accounts
13,077.38
Home Purchase Contracts
Members' Accounts
j ^ ,i n
Procegg and
..$5,900,823.46
other Liabilities
8,253.08
Stock in Federal Home Loan Bank ....
83,219.96
•
105,000.00
Reserves and Undivided
U. S. Government Bonds
109,490.00
Ca»n on Hand and in Banks
778,161.14
Office Building and Equipment
Other Assets
TOTAL ASSETS
.
Profits
.,
.\
.
500,866.13
60,423.00
....
1,555.51
$6,484,909.55
TOTAL LIABILITIES
..$6,484,909.55
RED BANK SAVINGS & LOAN ASS'N.
10 Broad Street
Red Bank, N. J.
RED BANK REGISTER, JULY 7,1955
RED BANK REGISTER
N. J.
ESTABLISHED 1111
By John H. Cook and Henry Clay
•ascription FrlMt l» idTinct
On. r u r M.00.
six moatka, 11.00
BIBKJ* copr. i t eounur. 10 nnts.
The fed stank Raclittr M i n n no financial r«ipon«lbllltl«« fer trposTaBSleal trrort In advtrtlaamanu, but will r«»rin» t u t part of an adrartllancnt In which th. tjpoer.phl•el a m r •«enra. Advarttaara will pleai* notify tha nanarau s s l lauatalately of any arrer which mar occur.
latjaaa WMklr, «Btaral a* Bacond Clan Mntt.r at Mia Porte«ee at ««s Bank, H. I., undar tin Act of alarch I. 1111.
a n m n H t i in
in tforwarding chanaa of addreit
- ' Form 8547
ftlaaaa aaa Poata
THURflDAY, JULY 7, 19SS
Put Our House In Order .
We Lope tbat the taxpayers of tlie Borough of Red Bank have had time since
receiving last Thursday's Bed Bank Register to read and analyze the summary
or synopsis of the 1954 Audit Report
of the Borough uf Red Bank as prepared and submitted by Herbert A. Carusoe, Registered Municipal Accountant,
which appeared in the edition mentioned
above.
It is not our desire to cry "AVolf," hut
jit seems to us that the people of the
Borough of Red Bank should be entitled to an explanation as to why the
auditor is compelled to make 18 separate
recommendations.
It is not unusual for a registered municipal accountant to make one, two and sometimes three recommendations, but for the
taxpayers of Reel Bank to be confronted
with 18 recommendations at one time is
inexcusable in today's setup of business
accounting.
It surely must be very embarrassing to
our mayor and council to have had this picture of carelessness aired to the public.
We wonder what our commercial course
graduates think about the way some of our
borough accounts are being handled when
they learn of the indifferent methods of
bookkeeping unearthed by our registered
municipal accountant.
We urge our borough fathers to comply
with the recommendations as quickly as
possible and put our house in order.
larger service. My Health to better living.
For my club, my community and my
country."
The 4-H shows in past years have been
entertaining aud instructive, to young folks
and adults alike. The public can show' its
appreciation in a practical way by attending the two-day event next week.
These 4-H shows, if given adequate encouragement by the general public, may
lead to greater things, Monmouth county
many years ugo had a county fair which
was attended by thousands. With the large
increase in population and with many residents showing interest in our county, its
history and development aud its diversified
products, we may yet see a revival of the
county fair. The 4-H fair could be the nucleus from which another county fair might
evolve. It would be wonderful if such an
event conies to pass.
THE STOWAWAY
Be a Good Skipper
Reports from river sources say boating
has never been more popular than now.
Remembering the fun of boating—particularly in waterways like our*—where
every cove holds a different kind of charm
and beauty, where the fishing is good and
the course is straight, one cannot forget
boating's dangers.
Boating accidents arc needless, if one
exercises caution. But they can be terrible,
swift and deadly, if tare is sacrificed for
clmnco. They should not, perhaps, but they
do happen.
Going out on these rivers of ours we've
noticed some things this year that require
correction.
Too many youngsters driving high-powered outboard motorboats are ignoring onwater courtesies that are traditional. They
go pell-mell, close to sailboats and rowboats
and other such craft regardless of wind or
weather.
They cut' in front of some larger boats
without warning. They dare to cuter swiftmoving or high-wave water in the Shrewsbury, Karitan bay and beyond in boats designed, only for very calm water—and keep
on speeding. Someone—parent*, the boys
themselves or, perhaps the Coast Guard—
For a Widened Horizon
should discourage this practice.
The members of the Red Bank Rotary
Too many gasoline-powered boats of all
club propose to take advantage of an un- sizes are sailed out in a dirty condition.
usual opportunity afforded them by their The chances are that the motors will stop.
, Rotary membership to correspond or to ex- Another chance, with gasoline stored
1 change books, magazines, etc., with Rotar- aboard, is that they could explode. A lesson
ians of one's own classification in a foreign could be learned from the U. S. Navy, which
country.
puts clean-up jobs ahead of the voyage itThe president of Rotary international self. There's no reason why boats can't be
has a paper entitled "Targets for Today," kept "ship-shape."
which lists about 450 Rotary clubs in 40
Too many boats of all sizes make
different countries which have indicated a out to deep water with too many passspecific desire to participate in such a pro- engers aboard and those aboard fail to sit
gram for a widened horizon.
. .
still. They ffunt to roam around as though
The members of the Red Bank club co- they were ashore. Shifting weight in a boat
operating in this movement, which will is dangerous; A small wave coming along
tend to bring about a closer relationship can cause an upset. Currents in this area
among other Rotarians throughout the are too fast to take a chance ot going over.world, will be not only doing a good turn, board. No boat should go out overloaded.
but also will be making good use of the To risk that puts all aboard in a position
international approach and that the co-op- where disaster could follow.
erating Rotarians of other countries will
Too many boats are in nan without; Riifflbe doing likewise.
cient safety factors aboard—stout' rope, a
This is just another link in the evor- good anchor, fore and aft lights, oars or
lengthenlng chain of Rotarian Brotherhood, paddles and a distress, signal. Too many
Which is ever alert to the organization's operators of boats not in danger pass by
r otto, "Service Above Self."
stalled craft, tome in tricky weather or water conditions, without offering a hand.
Help to all is one of the rules of -good
90 Years of Good Work
ydchtsinanship.
The 90th anniversary, of the founding
A good skipper of whatever size bout
of the Salvation Army is being internationally observed this month with the makes good judgment part of his personal
launching of a world-wide spiritual cru- gear. Good skippers seldom get lost. •
sade, .^For Christ and the People."
William Booth formed the Salvation
Electricity on the Farm
Army in London's East End section to take • A recent.announcement by W: Grant
the gospel to the unchurched with- the expectation that after conversion they would Parry, chairman of the Farm Electrificareturn to their own churches. His street tion council of New Jersey, to the effect
corner taltfs were so well received,-how- that. 99.6. per cent'of all farms in the state
ever, that he soon found himself with a are electrified, is another example of the
large following—one which today numbers rapidity with which the farmers.of the state
many loyal and sincere men and women have converted to modern methods and
modern equipment in the production of
throughout the: universe.
their crops. It also is another reason why
Capt. Robert Rightmire of the Salva- New Jersey retains it« position among the
tion Army's Red Bank citadel is partici- leaders in agriculture, despite the trepating in the spiritual crusade, as are the
local officers aud soldiers. Their sole goal mendous increase in industrial .activity.,
Mr. Parry states that of 24,703 farms
is to reach and help the unchurched and
those who need spiritual and material as- only 88 are known to be without electric
sistance. In that aim, we wish them well service. In 1925J less than 44.2 per cent of
and extend congratulations on marking »u the farms in New Jersey wurcf electrified,
important a milestone of unsollisli service but by 1950 the perccutup! had risen to I)7.t>.
Said Mr. Parry: "Through the proto mankind.
grams of the Joint Committee on Rural
Electrification launched in 1928 and of its
. 4'H County Fair
successor, the Farm Electrification council,
The annual county 4-H fair will be held a remarkable growth in the use of electricFriday and Saturday, July 15 and 10, at ity on farms has been noted in New Jersey.
the Freehold .Raceway.
At first the group was primarily interested
The program will include selection of in extending rurul electric lines. Today,
a queen, a fashion show, and IIOMSU riding wifh electric service available to all fnruis,
show, also dairy and beef cattle judging the council is promoting the ninrir efficient
and numerous exhibits of vegetables, llow- use of electrical power on the fai'in and in
era, poultry and'other things in which 1H the farm home."
„
club m'emberu are interested.
Greater use of electricity ineuns great4-H clubs comprise one of the most im- er production on the farms with loss labor.
portant youth movements in the country In this way the farmers of the state are
today. Here is (he pledge tnken by the iililc to keep up with the increased demands
members:
caused by u growing, population. The fann"I pledge—My Head to clear thinking. ers of New Jersey are justly proud of their
My Heart to great Joyalty. My Hands U» record of production,
Editorial Views
Of Other Papers
ments. These should not be scorned
but insofar as possible entrusted
to good and wise men. Of course,
the demagogucry and chicanery of
men who seek only power for themselves must be scorned. But we are
glad that in his reference to "politics in the derogatory sense" the
President made a distinction which
needs to be more emphasized, with
the service of politics In its proper
sense more honored.
—Christian Science Monitor.
'GOING BAREFOOT
In city and country U Is getting
warm enough for * swimming. An
upstate boy may have heard his
father talk about how dry it has
been for corn planting and early
GRADUATES' PROBLEM
pasture. But tho same boy is sure
there ia no drought afflicting the Today, more than ever, we look
deep hole at the curve of the creek. to our college graduates to assume
Hot days come when the water great responsibility in helping shape
attracts any swimmer from a bull- the future of our nation. In addifrog up. And the stream's tem- tion to their youth and the advantperature guts tested with a ther- ages of a college education, they
mometric young toe. Speaking of are the fathers and mothers of
bare toes reminds a countryman America of the future.
that a barefoot boy on a farm hai Most recently they have been
become something of a museum fully occupied with the mechanics
piece. Once upon a time a for- of earning that all-important detunate number of our nation's gree. But having turned their
youngsters always looked forward, backs on school, they now walk
about the first of June, to becom- into a world they will have to coning as footloose and free below the quer if they are to make a living.
knees as a chipmunk. Shoes and And one of the first things they will
stockings were discarded from eag- encounter is the effect governments
er toes and the fun of "going bare- exert upon their lives, especially
foot" commenced. Some one, a the economic impact,
countryman believes, should ade- As the Now Jersey Taxpayers asquately describe thla lost and sim- sociation points out, many a new
ple joy. Thero was' the awakening worker, earning |5O,in his first pay
touch of cool, dew-wet grass when period,-will find that almost $7 h u
a boy went after the cows. If it been deducted from his check—fedrained, there was the feel of soft eral withholding tax. If he does a
mud oozing up bctwoeri winter- little figuring he will find that a
bleached toes. And in a dry spell $4,5O0-a-year man works two hour*
there was the scuffing through the' and 32 minutes for every eightwarm, thick dust of dirt roads— hour, work day to earn enough to
roads uncased in macadam or con- pay all taxes.
crete, truckless, buslcss, innocent The association holds that these
highway on which calves strayed, economic. facts of American life
dogs trotted and toads hopped.
are calculated to hike'the Interest
today's graduate in the problem!
No one needs convincing that of
government. The sooner that
Huck Finn, the Mississippi's hap- of
happens,
the better. ^Svery Amtrtpiesl and most Immortal boy, went can citizen
has the constitutional
as summer-barefoot as a raft bot- right and duty
participate in
tom or a musk rat. Abe Lincoln government. WetoAmericans
constretched a boy's long legs in shoe- tribute a great amount ot mon«y
less liberty at Pigeon
Creek.
And
taxes. It would be extremely
to deal with a j current topic, a in
un-American for new entrants into
youthful Davy Crockett undoubted- the
working World to simply accept
ly went barefoot aa soon as the
as an economic fact without
calendar and contemporary bears that
question.
would permit. Yet for these fa- They are••'• going to be footing the
mous barefooters and others less bills for a long time to come. They
famous, trials had t j mingle with
be well advised to learn what
joys. Always lurking were the would
paying lor.—The Trentonboard with a nail, the broken glasa, they're
the vengeful hornet. One can't ian.
have happiness unalloyed • and unpunctured, even in a boy's sum- Know Your Government
mer world.
Going bareheaded was a wise noTHE NEWS GETS HOME
tion and has stayed with us. A
countryman would like some one With the inevitability of water
to come forward with a campaign flowing to the sea, official spending
to make going barefoot popular. policies adopted in county, local
Children would love- the idea— government and school district budbabies are naturals as barefooters. gets last winter are now reaching
Colleges might take up barefoot- home, Thousands of New Jersey
Ing on campus grass. Girls have taxpayers are getting the news in
already approached the airy free- the form of local property tax bills
dom, stocklngless ''and -. with open- for the last half of 1953.
toed sandals. Conservative adults Under New Jersey law providing
could fall back on father Kneipp a four-installment plan of annual
for confirmation' of barefoot bene- tax: collection, local tax rates refits.'. Of .course, Thoreau hoed his sulting from 1955 levies are first
Walden beans barefooted and blis- reflected in tax bills for the third
tered his feel. Perhaps barefoot- quarter of the year, due Aug. 1.
ing is something that has to be Because, under present procedures,
practiced early in life. Huck Finn, the new tax rate is not struck in
callous-toed.; and; carefree,' might time, individual tax bills for the
have lessoned' mb?>t.,than-.one mem- first two quarters in any year are
ber of the Concord'school
of philo- computed at one-half the full bill
of the previous year. Thus, other
sophers.'
• • . . ; - v .'....
things being equal, a higher or
—New,York ,H«raJd?Tribune lower municipal governmental budget, will not be' reflected In the local
POLITICS—AND 'POtlTICS'
tax,bills until the last half of the
;
Washington correspondents would current year.
count that Presidential press con- Any increase in; his local tax bill
can
be
expected
to
arouse the taxference lost'In which they did not
make some effort to discover'Mr. payer's interest?—even on a hot Aug.
Eisenhower's "Intentions.". But the 1. While too late to do anything
latest try—couched as a question about this, year's taxes, it is not
about his feeling toward politics too early to start thinking about,
after three years of... It—produced next year's local government operan answer which can be discussed ations, lines. It 'won't be long bewithout idle, premature guessing fore preparatory work begins on
1956 budgets In many local governabout 1956.
: -.;
.'Some officials customarily
The PresTd"nt'. "said he' did not ments,
assembly of data for the new
like "politics in the derogatory begin
year's budget early in the fall of
sense," But he'hastened, to add that the
year.
he finds being, able to exercise Anpreceding
r
and co-operative
groat Influence In efforts to "work citizen* informed
.interest in. the affairs of
toward a. peaceful world" a fasci- government
wilt
be welcomed In
nating business, a "wonderful ex- many municipalities
as officials apperience." He also mentioned tho proach the 1956 budget
problems.
satisfaction of "work with your as- The New Jorocy Taxpayers
assu
sociates."
.•
elation
long,
has
extended
expert
This statement confirms the im- aid to such citizen study. Tho
appression . that Mr. Eisenhower's proximately 100 local citizen groups
great mid absorbing interest Is In aflUiatod with the State association
work for peace.. The probability provide an organized approach. In
that the need fo such work will
the association, about Sept.
still be very apparent in 1956' Is addition,
16, will publish the tenth annual
the best assurance he will be per- edition
of
"Financial Statistics of
suaded to . run next year.
New Jersey Local Government."
It is nvldcnt also that his most This gives comparative statistics
developed talent—that for promot- for each of New Jersey's 567 municiing teamwork—finds ample exercise palities, 955 school districts and 21
In the daily administration of his counties,. This and other citizen
sreat ofllcc. Indeed, it would be aids compiled by the association
well If all who sneak of "politics" are valuable supplements to In tor
111 a scornful sense recognized that million on local government pro
on the national mid local scene as vldod In otllcial .reports and, dayon the international stago there Is' to-day, through the home town
an Indispensable task of peacemak- newspaper.
ing always to bo done. Only so can
tho rival and divergent Interests
Now potatoes and fresh peas,
in, our society obtnln the harmony summertime, team mates, are on
required for any governmental op- the .markets now. Prices for new
erations.
potatoes and peas are higher than
This is the genuinely noble art— they were last year, according to
the Irreplaceable work of politics, tho New York city department- of
And we should be better governed markets. Snap beans are arriving
If we understood that it necessarily from New Jersey farms, says home
entails compromises and adjust- agent Mrs. Lorna K White.
EVENTS OF YEARS AQO
FROM REQISTER FILES
him won first prize, an* jlavmond
cor*,1
Waiting- took second. Ih^^efct scors
was made by Harold Bennett
Holmdel township, who was noot a-.
member of the club and who di<
not compete for a prize.' ?He mad
a score of 49 out of a possible SO
John Wiley, a truck . farmer in
Shrewsbury township, near Tintoi
Falls, suffered large losses of crop
by deer. He saw a herd of 11 o:
these animals on his place one nlghj
and applied for a permit to kill
deer which were destroying his
crops* The deer were exceptionally
destructive in eating bean and tomato plants. One night Mr. Wiley
was awakended by the barking of
hla dog, and went out to find a
herd of deer making a feast of his
bean crop. Mr. Wiley shot at them
and scared them away. The next
morning there was a dead deer In
his field. Mr. Wiley's permit did
not allow him to use the deer meat
for eating purposes. He notified
th* proper authorities, thinking
that they would give it to the hospital or another institution. After
welting seversl days without any
results, Mr. Wiley burled the animal
on his farm.
The newly-elected officers of the
Red Bank lodge of the Patriotic
Order of Americans to be installed
at their next meeting were Mrs.
Etias Ewinf, president; Mrs. Anna
Stone, assistant president; Mrs.
Edna Whitney, vice president; Mrs.
Ada Asay. assistant vice president;
Mrs. Alice Roop, conductor; Mrs.
Raymond Johnston, secretary; Mrs.
Charles Bennett, financial secretary; Mrs. Helen Simpson, treasurer; Mrs. LIU Ian Ivlns, sentinel;
Mrs. Sarah Ivlns, guardian, and
Mrs. Alice Roop, trustee. The ceremony was to be performed by Mrs.
Marx Rockatellow ot Keansburg.
Educational association at the
M Years Ago
Grove auditorium, and the
Justice Jamts H. Sickles was »p Ocean
Bank Cavalry troop, with Capt.
polntid police Justice, of the town Red
Edwin
Field commanding, was. seat a salary of $180 per year. He lected to
form a part of the PresiInaugurated a new plan to hold dential escort.
court every morning at .the town William E. Johnston, who had
hall at half-past eight, when ll been In charge of the Village hotel
matters pertaining to police court at Tinton Falls, moved to Red Bank
business would be brought up and He was succeeded at the hotel by
dlipossd ot at that time.
Mrs. Rebeccah Hendrickson of his brother, George Johnston.
D. D. Lefferson of Little Silver
Broad St. fell the entire length of exhibited
two teams in the farm
the stairs in her home. Her arm class of the
Horse Show,
was broken, one of her front teeth and took firstRumson
and third prize ribwas knocked out and she was other- bons. There were
nine
other teams
wise badly bruised. Dr. Edwin in competition.
Field was in attendance for several
weeks.
» Years Ago
Alex Anderson, aged 12 years,
who lived with his sister, Mrs. Lily R. A. Holmes of Fair Haven won
Greendale of Ktansburg, was the Royal, bicycle which was disdrowned at that place. The boy posed of on the co-operative plan
could not swim and for a time by Trubin's to the purchasers of
kept his boat In shallow water. It fireworks at their store previous to
wae supposed that the boat gradu- the Fourth of July. The lucky
ally drlftsd into deeper waters, and ticket was taken from the barrel
wh«n he dove overboard he was be- by Bobby Blackman of Arthur pi
yond his depth;
Bobby was the youngest boy presBatontown had a (ala day on the ent at the drawing, and because of
Fourth. There were athletic games, his youth he was given the honor.
music, oratory and fireworks. A fea- 'Harry R. Boyce, a student In
ture <v«nt was a 100-yard foot race aviation- at the Red Bank airport,
for boys under IS, which was won was injured in an automobile colby Arthur Ely of Eatontown, time, lision at the airport entrance. He
IS 1/5 seconds. William Johnson of was taken to Rlvervlew hospital,
Eatontown was second. Floyd Rush where he was a patient three days
won a free-for-all one-mils toot race Boyce's car collided with an autoin five minutes and 45 seconds. Dan mobile owned and. driven by Hylei Mprely finished second.
man Friedman'of Perth Amboy.
The. funeral of William Apple- Both cars were badly damaged.
gate, Jr., who died suddenly during Catherine Jeffrey of Ward ave.,
the past week, was one of the larg- Rumson, was one of the prize winest In Red Bank in several years. ners in the Borden Fabrics naThe bearers were Dr. Edwin Field, tional dressmaking contest. Miss
Edmund Wilson, MUlard F. Corn- Jeffrey won a 110 prise. The con'LETTERS FROM
well, Borden Hance, Harry Camp- test was sponsored by M. C. D.
OUR READERS
bell, Issac H. Adlem, James C. Borden ft Sons, of which • Bertram
Terhuns and Charles F. Hill.
H. Borden and Howard s. Borden
Millard F. Tetley was laid up with of Rumson were the principal ownNG JET AIR BASE
an Injured shoulder as the result ers. .
of being knocked down by a bi- John W. Cantlllion, past exalted
11 Brook Ter.,
cyclist, who rode away from the ruler of the Red Bank Elks lodge,
Fair Haven,
accident without being identified. was elected vice president of the
June 28, 1955.
The Eintracht society of Red State Federal District at the Elks To the Editor:
Bank, a German singing club, held convention at Atlantis City.
I am enclosing copy of a letter,
its annual meeting, and elected G. Mrs. Harold S. Whitney of River- which
I have written today to the,'
Fred Supp president, Charles Hoff- side ave. entertaoned a number of National
Air Transport Co-ordinatm»n, secretary; Jacob Eurlch, flnan- guests at a bridge and luncheon at in« committee.
Since your office
cial secretary; Joseph G. Eschel- the Molly Pitcher hotel. -Six tables was one of the sources
from which
bach, treasurer, and Gottlieb Phael- of bridge were In play, and the win- we received assurance that
re-opener, librarian.
ners were Mrs. Hubert M. Farrow, ing of the Newark airport would
Rev. William B. Matteson, pas- Mrs. John S. Applegate, Mrs. Bur- bring relief, I thought you would be '
tor of the Red Bank Baptist church, ton Doremus, Mrs. Raymond John- interested in reading it.
sailed on the steamer Pottsdam for son, Mrs. Lester Ross and Mrs, Wil- I was also disappointed in the..'
a two-month tour of Europe. The liam A. Miller.
attitude taken in your ediflrtt stop was to be at Rotterdam, A musical sketch entitled "The placating
torial on the controversy over the
Holland. .
Rehearsal" was to be broadcast over proposed jet base in Wall township.
Mrs. Albert Wolcott of Eatontown Station WJBI by piano, pupils of In my opinion that not only will received a surprise visit from her Miss Grace Malchow of West Front add more noise in our area but will'
classmates of the class of 1903 of st. Those who were to take part immeasurably Increase tho danger,,
the Red Bank high school. Mrs. were Inez Lawyer, Mary Armstrong, of air accidents as well. The fact,
Wolcott was formerly Miss Flora Betty Borden, Anna Shlpkin, Barah that they say most of the jet flying'
Vandermark. Attending were Misses Cloth, Marjorie Errickson, Madeline will be done on week-ends makes:
Alm» Aul, Gertrude and Maud Nor- Hendrickson, Doris Leonard, Marna it rather worse than better, I should
man, Daisy Davis, Sadie ataats, Reuckhaus, Edith Shields and Ruth think,
Frances Ferguson, Nellie Casey, An- Travers.
Very truly yours,
nabelle Vandermark and Helen Wol- A surprise party in celebration of
Helen C. Luenenschloss.'
cott, William Rutherford, Charles his birthday was given for Harbert 'Gentlemen:
Chandler, Elmer Pearsall, Charles Frake of Wllmort Park. The party The decision- by Judge Walter*.
McClsskey, Winfred Aul, Myron was arranged by his wife, and held Bruchhausen announced in this
Beekman, Harry Ford and Rutsen at the home of her parents, Mr. and morning's
Herald-Tribune will, of
Allen. Mrs. Raphael Santangelo of Ber- course, dash any hopes the suburThe annual outing of Walter B. gen pi., Red Bank. About 80 rela- banites may have of some eventual .
Parsons' orchestra took place when tives, and friends were present, and relief from the noise nuisanue of ,
*
Mr. Parsons chartered Payne's an evening of general sociability low-flying airplanes.
In Fair Haven and the Red Bank launch and left Red Bank for was enjoyed. A huge birthday cake area
prior
to
the
Elizabeth
crashes
'
Coney Island. They stopped at was the centerpiece of the table. we were not annoyed by ttuVun- •'
Highland Beach for a light lunch Much Interest was manifested in >leasant intrusion. Our protests
and an hour or so of bathing. After the sailboat, race which was to be irought assurances from all sources
they arrived at Coney Island they held under the auspices of the Mon- that this was only a temporary
had dinner at a cafe and epent the mouth Boat club in the 2t-foot thing; that, due to the enforced ,
ef the Newark Airport, all
evening at buna Park and Dream- knockabout class. Sarah Clay closing
raffle was being handled from the '
land. In the party were Mr. and Brown's "Elizabeth," which had not Long
Island
and that this
Mrs. George Keough, Mr. and Mrs. yet started in the season's events, situation putairports,
us on a direct air
Horce Vine, Mr. and Mrs. Frank was being made ready for the con- route.
A. Chadwick, Mrs. Joseph Biley, test. With the "Elizabeth" as an Although we never could under- '
Misses Cecil Weaver, Nellie Kuhl, added entry, the fleet numbered six stand why planes found It necessary
Gertrude Thompson, Florence Hag- boats. There was great rivalry to fly so low when they are 80
erman 'and Elizabeth Higglnaon, among the skippers of the fleet, and miles from their take-off or landCharles Davis,. Newton Doremus, the contest was drawing much, at- ng base, we accepted the explalna- •
Ion., However, Newark Airport
Edwin Davis, Leon Morford, Ralph tention.
been reopened, for several years
WlUgun, Ferren Blaisdell, John Lightning struck Mrs. Sarah Car- has
now,
as far as we are conQuinn, Edwin Hobbs, Herbert Cul- ney's house on Pinckney rd. The cernedand
nothing has changed.
lington, Charles Nleman, Irving chimney was knocked down and The only difference is that, whereBraun, Leon ReussiUe, Jr., and Alex the roof caught fire, but the blue as we used to be able to read the
Curchln of Red Bank; a Mlsi Grov- Was extinguished by the rain. One numbers on the bottoms of the
er of Lakewood, Miss Miller of of the bricks from • the chimney Manes that dragged over our treeNewark, and Mr, Fletcher ot New broke a window in Harry Kirk's ops, we are no longer able'to do
the numbers seem to
Brunswick,
house on the adjoining lot. Lightn- hat because
been moved to the sides of '
Miss Daisy Thome, daughter of ing also struck Mrs. Olden Me- lave
he planes! Day and night, except Isaiah Thome of Harmony in Mid- Claskey's house on Hudson ave. The n bad weather, this nuisance condletown township, became the bride house lights were put out of com- tinues.
of Irwin G. Bennett, son ot Daniel mission, but no other damage was Some planes, of course, do fly at
Bennett of Belford. The ceremony done.
, •
a decent height, but the great ma; '"
was performed at the bride's home The Chinese junk :''Amoy," which ority of them (especially the ones *
by Rev. H. M. Smith,'pastor of the had been moored at Red Bsnk for that pass over from 11 n. m.1 to 6 '
m.) just about clear the trees
Keansburg Methodist church. The almost a year, was towed to Sea a.
wedding march was played by Miss Bright, where it would be docked and cause our windows to rattle.
I
that your press release
Bertha Davis ot Belford. The cou- several weeks, The boat had hun- this note
morning states that in-three
ple went to Albany on their wedding dreds of visitors while at Red Bank. years
our national weekly average .
The large number of Oriental cur- of complaints over low-flylnfr planes
trip.
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Henry A. Guyon moved his piano ios -in her cabin and hold were las been reduced from 125 to 25.
business from the Truex building object of Interest to the many sight- Ufay I suggest that the reason for
hat, at least in our area, Is that
on Broad st. to one of the new seers.
• ff"M P r o ' e s t e d 'or so long, and
stores in the George Hance Pat- The newly elected officers of the obtaining
if any, relief, people
terson building on Broad st.," op- Red Bank council, Junior' Order have Just little,
given up complaining?
posite Wallace. The Postal Tele- United American Mechanics,' were
graph office, of which Mr. Guyon to be installed at the next regular
HEALTH HINTS
was manager, was to be transferred meeting of that organization, to be
to new quarters in the Patterson held in the lodge rooms in Clayton
(This column is contributed as a
A Magee building on Broad st. The
building.
Martin Kearney, the flagman at ceremonies were to be performed public service by the Medical sothe Broad st. railroad crossing, was by the State Commissioner, P. J. ciety of New Jersey and the' Moncelebrating his 30th anniversary as isloaon, a member of the Red mouth County Medical society. '
Questions should' be addressed to
Bank council.
flagman at that place.
Medical Society of New Jersey
John Reddlngton of New Mon- John B. Higgins, youngest son of the
S15 West State st., Trenton 8,
mouth died of pneumonia, following the late Luke Higgins of Red Bank, at
N.
J.).
a three-day illness, in his doth year. died at his home In Ozone Park, L.
GOOD FOOD AND GOOD
He was born In Ireland, came to I., from the effects of injuries reHEALTH
this country when a young lad and ceived in the World War. He was
a
brother
of
Bernard
J.
and
Elizaiocated in New Monmoutn, where
Summertime—"when the living Is
he was employed many years as a beth M. Higgins of Broad st. He easy," as the song proclaims—Is a •
farm hand by R, S. Snyder of that formerly attended the Red Bank time for the relaxation of schedules
place. He was survived by three high school, and was a member of and tensions. However, It Is not
sons, Francis of Jersey City and the Red Bank Elks lodge. He left the time for the relaxation of cauwidow and a son besides his tion or of vigilance. Nat' only must
Timothy and Harry of New Monmouth. He alao left a sister, Mrs. brother and sister.
we be on guard against foolhardy
Michael McLaughlin of Belford and The third annual Pirates' ball, behavior which leads to accidental
a brother, Timothy, of New Mon- under tho auspices of the Red Bank injuries and death, but we must be
mouth.
•
•
Yacht club, was to be held at the alert against seasonal threats—not
Edward Longstrcet, chief of tho club's floating clubhouse. Music was the least of which Is food poisonRed Bank die department, ten- to be furnished by the Rutgers Jazz Ing.
dered his semi-annual report to tho Bandits. The previous Pirate The most frequent cause of this
board of commissioners. Only four dances were well attended, and type of gastrointestinal distress Is
fires had occurred here in the six- plans were perfected to make this a poison produced by ataphylococmonth period, the worst one being event the belt ever.
cus germs, .which are vigorous and
that of the destruction of the old - The Rumson fire company was common. Theysthrive at room tern- '
Red Bank opera house on West to hold a fair on the lot.owned by perature In certain foods, especial- ;
Front St., which was the most dis- Harold Benson In Parr 'ey Park at ly meats, cream sauces, dressing!, <
place. An open-air platform
astrous fire in Red Bank in 25 years. that
as mayonnaise, and custard.or ;
to be built for dancing. Ed- such
Two bicycles were reported stolen was
Tho victims of in-2
ward
Collins was chairman of' the cream.pastries.
fected
food experience nausea, vom- j
during tho week. One was owned committee
In
charge,
assisted
by
by Wlnflcld Wainwright of Little Walter Ncuhauser, Thomas and Hing, diarrhea, cramps and prostra- '.
Silver and tho other by Edwin Raymond Porter, Daniel Mnars and tlon. The illness is seldom very
serious or Ions-lasting,
'
Hobbs of Shrewsbury.
The bicycle Harold J, Peters.'
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owned by Mi'.1 Hobbs had been borProtection against . food po.lsonrowed from him by Howard S. Hig- Lightning', struck a barn on ng demands (1) that sci^puloua
glnaon, who was reading law In Henry Hanco's farm near Freehold. cleanliness be Indulged in me prepDaniel H. Applegate's office. Tho Three boya aud two men who were at at Ion of all foods; (2) that all •
wheel was stolon from a stairway in the barn escaped injury. A. foods—even crackers—be kept In
horse in a stall was knocksd down, sealed containers; (3) that only,
leading to tho office.
Max Midlin, who conducted a but was not seriously hurt, The fresh, uncontaminated foods be
restaurant business in the Allen boys were John and JossDh Hardy ueed, and (4) thatfoods susceptible '
building on West Front st., moved and Frank Test, and the men were to spoilage be kept under constant
Into olio ol the stores In the Btout John P.McCann and Joseph Cahlll, adequate refrigeration until they
The Atlantic township Gun club are to be caten.j <
block;at the foot of Broad st.
President Theodore Roosovelt was held a shoot on Russell Heulitt's
Michael 9, Newjohn,. scheduled to address the National place at Colt's Neck. Harry PulM. D.
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Church Guild
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EATONTOWN—The
Friendship
Guild of St. James Episcopal KOHLHEPP HEADS vil story ....
A5BURY PARK - Charles E.
church met Juno 29 In the parish
house, with Rev. Henry Male pre- Kohlhepp, president of the Jersey
siding. It was voted to donate $10 Central Power ' and Light comtoward the parish'! quota for the pany, has been elected president
national church's "Builders For and a director of New Jersey
Christ" campaign, a fund to assist Power & Light company of Dover.
missions here and abroad. I t also Mr. Kohlhepp succeeds Hugh C.
was decided to hold a cake sale Thuerk, who becomes executive
Saturday, Aug. 6, at 9 a. m. out-vice president and continues as a
side t h e local five and ten store, director of New Jersey Power ft
of which the proceeds will go toLight company. At the same time
the "Builders For Christ" fund. The it was announced that Mr. Thuerk
male members of the guild voted to has been elected vice president and
have a men's booth at the annual a director of Jersey Central Powbazar, scheduled for Oct. 7 and 8, er * Light company. He will also
which will feature hand-made ar- serve as administrative assistant
ticles of leather and wood. Mrs. to the president. The changes In
Russell Silk worth made a motion administrative personnel are efthat guild refreshments be simpler, fective immediately.
either sandwiches or cake, instead
of both, and it was adopted unanimously. The Guild also offered to
assist Mrs. Male with the annual
open house in honor of the church't
patron saint, St. James, whose feast
day is July 25. The open house
will be held Sunday, July 24, at
4 p. m. in the parish house. Ratiier
than have two summer meetings it
was voted to meet Wednesday,
Aug. 10, at 8 p. m. in the parish
house.
Those present were Rev. and Mrs.
Male, Mrs. Robert McKean, Mrs.
Mabel Matthews, Mrs, Roy Moore,
Marvin Curtis, Mr. and Mrs. James
Rice, Mrs. Russell Silkworth, Mr.
and Mrs. William Wardman, Mia
Mary Wilkinson, Mrs. Floyd Wood
and Howard Wilkinson. Mrs. Wood
and Mrs. Rice were hostesses.
Colliaiong Between
Trains, Cars Show Drop
Collisions between trains and
motor vehicles at grade crossings
Charles E . Kohlhepp
along The New York and Long
Branch railroad in the first six
The
selection of one executive
months of 1955 have totaled eight,
compared with 11 in the like period head for the two New Jersey utilof 1954, the railroad announced ities is part of long range plans
this week as it reviewed the re-for the effective co-ordination and
sults of Its current grade crossing development of these companies
and they in turn with other affilisafety campaign.
The record shows that 1955'a ated companies in Pennsylvania, It
eight accidents to date have re- was stated. Jersey Central Power
sulted in non-fatal injuries to sev- & Light and New Jersey Power ft
en persons, while 1954's 11 mishaps Light arc subsidiaries of General
produced eight Injuries and two Public Utilities corporation. Other
utilities In the GPU group are:
deaths.
Edison
company,
Half of the 1955 collisions oc- Metropolitan
curred at Aabury Park crossings, Reading, Pa., Pennsylvania Elecwith one each a t Point Pleasant, tric company, Johnstown, Pa.,
Pennsylvania
Power
Elberon, Little Silver and Bradley Northern
company, Towanda, Pa., and MaBeach.
nila
Electric
company,
Philippine
Carelessness in some form or
other have caused all eight acci- Islands.
dents, the record shows, t n one
case, local police gave the motorist a- summons for careless driving. I n another, the motorist waited for one train to pass, then was
struck by another going in the
opposite direction. In still anoth'
er, an auto waiting at a crossing
was struck from behind by a second auto and shoved into the path
of the train. And in a fourth case,
the motorist drove his car into
the side of a locomotive that already was at the crossing.
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Boy. 8, Rescued
From Water at Kuinson
RUMSON—Gilbert Gerad, 8, of
Pine St., River Plaza, was rescued
MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP — from drowning here early Monday
Six persons were injured Monday night as he was swimming off the
night when cars driven by Ralph island at the end of Avenue of Two
E. Spurting of Chatham and Joseph Rivers.
Manno of the Air Force base at Police said the youngster wa3
Highlands collided at the intersec- pulled from the water by Elmer
tion of the Keyport-Npw Monmouth Blumel, Sr.. of 9 Holly st. hern.
Mr. Blumel revived the boy by
rd. and Harmony rd.
. Occupants of the Spurting car using artificial respiration. He wan
later
taken to Monmouth Memorial
who were njured were Mr. Spurling, multiple abrasions; Ruth hospital by the Rumson first aid
Spurllng, shock, bruised left knee squad.
and multiple abrasions and contusions; Nancy Spurling, abrasions
of the arms and legs and Marlyn
Leiden, also of Chatham, cuts of
the forehead. Injured In the Manno
car were the driver, bruises of the
left leg, and Anna May Hammond
of Linden ave., Highlr.nds, bruised
elbow and hip.
Alt the Injured were taken to
Rivervlew hospital by the Port
Monmouth, Leonardo and Fairvicw
first aid squads, and released after treatment.
Both drivers were Issued summonses' for careless driving. Liciit.
.Oscar Krueger, Patrolman Joseph
McCarthy and Special Officer Gus
Dryer Investigated.
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STARTS MONDAY, JULY 11th
Church Revising Its
Armed Services List.
The families and frisnds of Trinity Episcopal church have received
a personal letter from the rector.
Rev. Charles H. Best, which reads
as follows:
This letter which is being sent
to all who are on the mailing list
of Trinity church in Red Bank,
is one requesting your assistance.
To some It will apply, lo others it
will not. If it does not apply to
you, please ignore it.
For some time we have been
aware that the list in the rear
of the , churoh denoting the names
of those who are or have been in
the Armed Services from this parish is far from complete. We wish
to correct this, for if there is any
place where there should be recorded the names of those who are
serving their country or have served It in these capacities, it is in
their parish church at home.
Would you, therefore, if you
know of any such person or persons whose names should be Included here, whether In your own
family or merely known to you as
a member or friend of this parish,
fill in tile enclosed card and mail
It at your earliest convenience?
We shall greatly appreciate your
co-operation in this matter and
your promptness, for we are eager
to complete our Service Member
Record as soon as possible, Thank
/
you.
The letter is self-explanatory,
and The Register urges any of
its readers who may be In such a
position to lend co-opciatlon to
Rev. Best and his parishioners in
this undertaking to do so without
delay in order that the list of
names be as complete as possible.
Red Bank Elks to
Attend Ball Game
The Hod Bank lodge of Eiks,
with their ladies and other guests,
will attend a .Giant-Dodger ball
game a t the Polo grounds, New j
York, tomorrow night,leaving from ;
the Boro Bus terminal, Globe ct.,
at 5:30 p. m.
Addle Kind, chairman of the entertainment- committee,
informs
The Register that two charter
buses will be waiting for the party,
and that arrangements have been
made for a most pleasant evening
Hugh C. Thuerk
for those who will be fortunate
Jersey Central Power A Light enough to attend the outing.
serves vacation and resort areas
located principally along the Atlantic seaboard from Rarltan bay
to BarncRat and parts of Morris,
Passalc, Essex, Union and Somerset counties. The service area of
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New Jersey Power ft Light includes all of the counties of Sussex, Warren and Hunterdon and
parts of, Somerset, Morris, Passaic
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companies serve about 300,000 customers and are now Interconnected
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UNHURT lH CRASH
ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS—Lawrence Snow of Leonardo escaped
Injury Sunday night when the car
he was driving west on Bay ave.
struck a parked car owned by
Richard VanKIrk of Lincoln ave.,
Atlantic Highlands. Snow was lasued summonses for reckless driving and for not having his driver's
license in his possession.
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conditions. Student" will have a Meeting Schedule
Visitor from Germany
chance to observe the effect of all
types of weapons from individual For Child Study
Praises U. S. Progress
weapons up to the 280 millimeter
UNION BEACH—Hero on a flyPlans
for
meetings
of
the
Shore
(atomic) cannon. Many of these
ing business trip, Dr. Raffael Wnnthe students will fire Child Study group to be held in
"JPORT SILL, Okla.— Lawrence weapons
derlich,
director of Funktecnik,
various
sections
of
the
shore
area
They will participate
B. Weinstein, son of Mr. and Mis. themselves.
the Lavole laboratories subsidiary
day and nlgtlit exercises involv- were formulated when the execuBafiiuel Weinstein of 36 Buena In
organization
In MuncJien, Gerthe selection and occupation tive board met last week at the
pi., Red Bank; Gerald K. How-ing
many, has expressed amazement at
home of Mrs. Norman Leo in Hubof
positions
and
firing
of
artillery
ard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold
the rapid strides being made in the
bard Park. The 1955-96 program
D. Howard of 127 Hudson ave., weapons.
field of electronics in the United
was also arranged.
Red Bank, and Alan C. Embrce, Use of radio, wire and visual
States.
Heretofore, all meetings have
•on of Mr. and Mrs. Spenrrv D. communication will be stressed been held in Mechanic Street
Collaborating with engineers at
Bmbree of Hohndel are among as well as the operation o£ army school auditorium in Red Bank.
the new Lavole Research Center,
the 1,100 Army R.O.T.C. cadets on motor transportation.
Union Beach, to coordinate the
In the future, one meeting will be
• rix-week field training program
The cadets will be housed in held In Eatontown, another In
activities of the German operation
at the artillery center of the world. Army tents, wear Army uniforms, Oakhurst, and four at MonmouUi
with those here and at the main
*B>e cadets will undergo inten- cat. Army food and receive Army Memorial hospital's auditorium, u
Lavole plant at Morganville, Dr,
artve field training, during which pay. In short, they are "in the well as in the Hed Bank school.
Wunderlich tookv time out last
they will apply theory and tech- Army" for six weeks.
week to give his impressions of
The programs at Monmouth Menique* learned in the classroom.
the United States and comment oh
morial's auditorium, designed espeThis practical training will be conthe progress being ma.de by his
cially for parents of pre-school
ducted under simulated combat
-1-H Member Chosen
group of engineers in counting
children, will deal with "Obedltechniques related to automation
nce in the Threc-Yeai-Old," "WorMATAWAN — Miss MarKaret ries
a field in which Lavoie laboratorand
Fears
of
the
Prc-School
Chamberlain of Matawan and Ken-Child," and "How Play Helps the
ies' operations are now expanding.
neth W. Tlndall of Princeton Junc- Pro-School Child to Grow." Sev"Only In America," said Dr. Wuntion have been chosen as the twoeral of these lectures will be ilR
u
u
d
l
K.
Jlagerman
lr»
J.
Schultz
derlich, "can you find everything
New Jersey 4-H members to at- lustrated with films.
Your
size, your vigor, your tempo
tend the American Youth foundaRussell K. Hagerman, West struction throughout the company are simply
Alt form* of
Mrs. Sidney Shatkin, chairman
amazing. Everbody
tion camp near Shelby, Mich., from
Long
Branch,
general
foreman
of
for
the
remainder
of
the
year
and
of the committee in charge of the
drives a new car; everywhere I
Aug. 1 to Aug. 14,
lift - Casualty - Fir*
pre-natal clinic which the group the Allenhurst operating district of forecast for the future make It see television, automatic household
Miss Chamberlain, 17, a graduate is sponsoring, Bald there is still Jersey Central Power and Light necessary to expand construction appliances, everything that makes
of Matawan high school, Is a jun- room for five prospective mother« company, has been appointed as- supervisory forces.
' Insurance
for a fuller life. Truly, this is a
ior leader of the Browntown Pedal in the new course, which started sistant construction superintendMr. Hagerman will be succeeded
of automation and I now see
Pushers, 4-H club '.n Madison town- yesterday at Monmouth Memor- ent, Winn M. Rose, Little Silver, by Ira J. Schultz, Ocean township, land
Mai Istat*
Mr. Lavole has tuned the re
ship. In Dec, 1D53, she was one of ial hospital.
superintendent of transmission and line foreman in the Allenhurst dis- why
sources of this Lavoie Refearch
at Hirer Bd., Bed Bank, N. I. New Jersey's delegates to the Na- Mrs. Elizabeth Nelson, supervi- distribution of the local utility an- trict. His appointment was an-Center to this exciting new phase
tional 4-H congress ill Chicago. She sor of obstetrics at the hospital, nounced today.
nounced
by
Raymond
L.
Ewing,
of electronics."
BE M87I
plans to enter Cornell university to is the instructor. The course is
Mr. Hagerman, who joined the Oakhurst, district superintendent.
Dr. Wunderlich left the French
study home economics.
power
firm
In
1920,
will
assist
Roy
planned to allay the fears of
Mr. Schultz, who joined J.C.P.- Admiralty two years ago to head
childbirth and furnish prospective P. McGalliard, West Long Branch, &U in 1929, will be in charge of up Funktechnlk. He and his group
parents with actual facts of child- construction superintendent.
have worked out new principles to
Mr. Rose, in making the an-line crews in the district.
birth. Mrs. Harold Ross of Elber
nouncement, said that the inBoth men assumed their new deal with high speed counting probon 's in charge of registrations.
lems encountered in measuring
Next year's plans also Include creased demands for heavy con- duties July 1.
revolution. These principles are
educational programs for each exnow being employed by Lavoie
ecutive board meeting. These ses- County Agent Gives Tips of lubricating cream* at bedtime. Laboratories in producing electronsions will be open to those interOily skins become more unpleas- ic instrument! of infinite precision
ested among the membership of On Skin Care in Summer ant because of extra prohlems for both the military and commerthe organization.
caused by heat, humidity and perFREEHOLD—Summer, with its spiration. The home agent sug- cial use.
The Register brings buyer* nnd Hellers heat and sunshine, calls for special gests cooling skin lotions to help
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ing sun baths bare a greater por. for the benefit of the group's
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' OLSON'S — I Lobster
Auction
Supper and
Sale Tomorrow
Marlboro
25 Year$ ivilh Utility
Page ^
Eaton town
Members of St. James Episcopal
Misses Carl Kristoff and BarMORRIS WESTERMAN
church will hold a reception In
Cyrta of Adelphia are spendWed., and Sat.
Charles H. Eichman of 99 Manor bara
honor of Rev. and Mrs. Henry
part of (heir vacation with
Av>.
Mary NallMl
lit*
Int u r o n c •
WINDOW SHADES
I dr., secretary of the Naveslnk Rod ing
A. Male. Jr., Sunday from 3 to 5
their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.
N. J.
Mary Maia*
Gun club, has sent out notices Walter
as lew at 49c
I and
p m. In the parish house on Broad
Dunn.
Chartered Life Underwriter
to its members that a stag dinner
Highland* 1-0775. 0472-J
St. Members of all local churches
Mr. and Mrs. C. I. Wells were
featuring lobster will be held to- liotte
Member oj ,\rw Jersey Bar
me Invited to meet the new vicar
last Tuesday to Mr. and Mis,
morrow night at 7:30 o'clock at the John
Member nj the Top Club
and his wife.
Lippincott and Mr. and Mrs.
Willowbrook restaurant on River William
Rasussen of Trenton.
Mls« Mary Rcilly of West Cald- j
rd., Fair Haven.
well was the week-end guest of!
N I W YORK LIFE
Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Borrten
A private dining room has been and
Rev. and Mrs. Henry Male of !
daughter
Janice
attended
the
INIUKONCa COMPANY
set aside for this gathering-. In county fireman's field day at Port
Broad st.
addition to the dinner, there will Monmouth Sunday.
Week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. }
bo an auction sale of articles of
Mrs.
Joseph
Cucherl
and
daughJames Rice of Cliftwood ave. were
Sank • - 4 U 4
sporting interest. Each member ter Jo-Ann of Llncroft and Mrs.
Mrs.
Rice's mother. Mrs. P. E.
of the club Is requested to bring O. Tuveson and daughter Linda
Fansler
of
Baltimore,
Mr.
and
Mrs.
such articles to he donated to and spent Thursday at Ocean County
Frank Fansler and children Judy
disposed of for tha benefit of the park, Lakewood,
and Mike of East Patcraon, Mr
organization.
snd Mrs. Forrest Conklcy of BalMiss Bea Elsenberg left Sunday
timore and Miss Marie Willard of
for
Fight
weeks
at
Camp
MatolASSOCIATION MEETS
New York city.
lionequay, Medfcrd, where she will
MIDDLETOWN — The Middle- be a camp counselor.
Mr. and Mrs. William WardBilly Katz. Kenny Zirlin and
town Neighborhood association
man of Tinton ave. spent the
met last week in the Township Marty Eisenbcrg are spending a
week-end with friends In ConnecTINTON AVENUE, COR. WAYSIDE ROAD
hall. Residents of Applebrook and week at Camp Pohaquarra, Coticut.
Mlddletown village were- invited lumbus.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Lester Whitto attend association meetings Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Maher
field and son Bobby of Clinton
Thomas Lester
which are held on the last Tues- and son of Freehold were Sunday
ave. spent the week-end with
'Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Thomas Lester, 18 Wallace st.. friends in Audubon, where they
day of each month.
Maher.
Red Bank, recently completed 25 enjoyed the festivities marking the
Miss Nancy Paton of Freehold years of service with the Jersey town's 50th anniversary.
was a week-end guest of Johnnie Central Power and Light com- Mr. and Mrs. M. Elliott Willitts
Bennett.
pany. Mr. Lester, who Joined the and son Gordon of Clinton ave.
Among the children who took company as a lineman, now holds nre •vacationing on their boat at
part in the Liberty Grange talent the position of patrolman, first Barncgat bay.
show were the following from the class in the company's/ Allenhurst
Sunday evening services «t the
Marlboro grammar school: Ronnie district.
Methodist church have been disApgar, Linda Tuveson, Helen Vancontinued
for the summer, and will
Curen and Jackie Lamb.
lie resumed Sept. 11. Rev. Clifford
Linda Tuveson, Betsy Jones Three Old Documents
R. Bearmore, pastor, will atart his
Barbara Storz and Jackie Lamb
vacation July 11. W. Lcstor Wh itspent Tuesday at Manasquan Bearing Local History
field,
reader, will conduct UnEdwin R. Conover of Sllverbrook churchlayservices
Beach. They were accompanied by
during his abid., Shrewsbury, president of the sence.
Mrs. Oscar Tuveson.
MI»-« Judith Skidmore of Mata- Red Bank Building & Loan assoFirst Payment In
The
Sunday
school
and church
wan Is spending four days with ciation, while going through sonic picnic of the Presbyterian church
her grandmother, Mrs. M. Lorenz papers which belonged to the late will be held at the Ocean county
NOVEMBER
Miss Pat Tuveson spent the Gilbert Reckless, hia fathci-in-law, park in Lakewood Saturday. Cars
Room Additions
week-end at Manasquan, guest of came across some very interesting will leave the church at 9 a. m.
manuscripls belonging to Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Cahill.
Perch Enclosures
Recent guests of Robert A. '
John Wanzer and Mr. and MrsReckless' father, the late Anthony Braun
ftt Broad st. were his moth- j
Attic Conversions
Reckless,
one of the best-known
Leonard Wanzcr and children
<?r,
George Braun, and his '
Janis and Steven of Poughkeepsie residents of Shrewsbury township, nunt,Mrs.
Siding • Reeling
Mrs.
H. A. Post of East J
dating
back
to
the
Civil
war
days.
N,
Y.
visited
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Gerald
:
Masonry
Smith and family over the week- In the later years of his life, Orange.
Modern Kitchen
end.
the senior Mr. Reckless lived In
GARY RANDOLPH IS 5
Mrs. David Johnson and children the pretentious residence on Broad
W0fl#fH •OtmOOHl
David and Eddie of Hillside were st. near Reckless pi., which street
WEST KEANSBURG—An afterGarage and Ireeieway
guests of her grandmother, Mrs was given the Reckless family noon party and evening barbecue
name.
Kathryn McCue, Tuesday.
was held Sunday In celebration of
Heating, Plumbing, e t c
Miss Dorothy Ann McCue
One of the manuscripts was a the fifth birthday of Gary Randaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Warrantee deed conveying eight dolph, son of Mr. and Mrs. NorMcCue, is attending summer acres from Garrctt Morford and man Randolph, Ninth at. Present
An additional finished, or semi-finished room by our school at Rutgers for six weeks. wife to Anthony Reckless In the were Christine and Cheryl Dizer.
Mr. and Mrs. James Packwood Township of Shrewsbury for $1,-Tommy and Glenn Newhoult,
craftsmen, will solve your space problem and suit your
and children Judy and Karen are 600. The property was part of what Christine, Nick and Vicliy Cere,
spending some time at Wildwood Is now Maple ave. in the vicinity Lynne and Mark Howard, Bob and
budget. Remember, we'd build only the shed . . . or
Miss Ellen Jane McCarthy of of Reckless and Lcroy pi. It was Bruce Worden. Marybcllc and Hardo the complete job, as you wish.
Blue Anchor is spending the sum-the late Anthony Reckless that riett Snydor, Wayne Beyer, Tommer months with her aunt, Miss cut Maple ave. through that par- my Johnson, Colin McGulncss
,
Helen Collins, and her grandfath ticular tract.
John Headden, Ronnie Randolph.
TAKE UP TO 5 YEARS TO PAYS
er, Martin Collins.
The deed was signed by Mr. Mrs. Lillian Lamhet'flon, Mr. and
Miss Carol Ann Holland has re-Morford and his wife, Catherine C. Mrs. Nick Cere, Mrs. Anita Howturned from a vacation trip In Morford, and was drawn by Rob-nrd and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin
Virginia.
ert Allen, Jr., attorney-at-law. It Walling.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Holland was dated Aug. 24, 1858, and reHIGHWAY 35 AT HEADDON'S CORNER, MIDDLETOWN
and Miss Mary Crlne attended the corded in the Monmouth County
BERMUDA VACATIONERS
Main Offict and Plant:
25th anniversary dinner and dance Clerk's office at Freehold Aug. 30, FAIR HAVEN—Mr. and Mrs.
PROSPECT 5-8890
RED BANK 6-5060
of their high school class at Pleas- 1858, by John W. Bartlcson, county Edward P. Kolar of Hillcreat id.
Sycamore Ava.
ant Valley lilti Saturday.
clerk.
Call Either Number Day or Nightara spending their vacation at The
Shrewsbury
Another
document
is
a
certiflBermudiana
at
Pembroke,
BerKit problem findifm tennnti *-hen you
cate dated June 24, 1865 showing muda.
ndvertiae The Hetfisler way.—Adv.
that Mr. Reckless had purchased
20 shares of the capital stock of
the Red Bank and Holmdcl Turnpike company at ?25 per share. Mr.
Reckless was president of the company, and Robert Allen, Jr., Was
secretary. The turnpike was what
Is now the principal road leading
from Red Bank to Holmdel,
through Lincroft.
Mr. Reckless made another Investment or speculation according
lo a certificate showing that he
had purchased two shares at $500
each of the Red Bank Steamboat
company, which operated steam
packet boats between Red Bank
and New York. The stock certificate of this transaction was dated
June 3, 1851 and showed that John
R. Conover was president, and
John McBrain was secretary.
Mr. Conover proposed to turn
these documents over to the Monmouth County Historical associa*
lion at Freehold.
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Homeowners seldom give this
sucker an even break,
That's the sucker, or "water
sprout" that comes out on tres
trunks around this time. Suckers
arc a lot like tonsils: probably they
won't do any harm, but Homctimes
may do a lot of Rood, according:
to E. J. Ledger, field representative
of the Davey Tree Expert company.
For the newly planted tree they
will serve to quickly Increase the
tree's deficient leaf area. And If
not allowed' to remain too long,
they will assist the tree fn building
a sturdy trunk beter ablo to resist future storms. Permitted to
grow large and then cut off, they
may leave trunk scars that are unsightly for several years.
With established trees, most people want to remove suckers for
aesthetic reasons when they first
appear. At this stage they can be
plucked off readily, and do not require a pruning operation. Early
removal likewise tends to discourage future growth.
'
For trees and shrubs that sucker
too peristently at the ground line,
iuch as) lilac, permanent results
may be had by trimming away all
sucker growth and subjecting the
base to total darkness for a year or
two. Thia is easily done by fitting
small sections of building paper
around the base and covering them
wtth just enough soil to hold the
paper In place.
Sucker growth may occur on
many varieties of deciduous trees,
hut it is seen quite frequently on
fruit trees and nuch favorite shade
and ornamentals as lindens, soft
maples <ind lilacs.
5-0032
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Monmouth County #520
X3 miles west of Red Bank
THE FRIENDLY BANK ON THE CORNER
RED BANK REGISTER, JULY 7,1955
Page Ten
Amico Class
Hears 3Iinister
Atlantic Highlands Man
o n Morals Charge
A T L A N T I C HIGHLANDS —
Frank Mulvey, 29, o£ Bay ave.,
this place, was ordered fceld for action of. the grand Jury hy Magistrate Irving, Zpichnor when arraigned Monday on a charge of
Impairing the morals of minors.
Mulvey is charged with exposure
before two girls, ages 11 and 9.
He was apprehended by Thomas
Jennings and Louis Larson of this
place, whom police said saw Mulvey with the youngsters. Mulvey,
said police, escaped from Mr. Jennings and Mr. Larson as they were
taking him to police headquarters.
Mulvey was apprehended later by
Capt James r^gidio, and Patrolman
Nelson Morrissy who found him
near the railroad tracks. County
Detective John Gawlor aided in
the investigation.
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NEW MONMOUTH—Rev. Lawrence Sutherland of the Goodwill
Home and Kescue Mission, Eagles
st., Newark, was guest spcaJ^ r at
the Amico, Bible class meeting Tuesday in the Fellowship hall of the
Baptist church. A covered dish supper closed the business meetings for
the summer and members of the
Mary Elizabeth Sutphin Guild were
invited to attend. A tentative arrangement has been made to visit
the mission in Newark by bus on
a Wednesday evening in1 August.
The social committci . were in
charge of the supper. On it were
Mrs. James Willi, Mrs. Walter Van
Nortwick, Mrs. Albert Johnson,
Mrs. Robert Franklin mid Miss Ada
By vert sen. Mis. Charles Krueger
presided in the absence of the president.
Also prrsrnt wore Mis. Irvin
Beaver, Mrs. Arthur Williams, Mrs.
William Bisgrove, Mrs. Thomas
Roberts, Mrs. William Roberts,
Mrs. Chester Hendricks Sr., Mrs.
John Williams, Mrs. Arthur Acker,
Mrs. Gaylord Hansen, Mrs. Howard
Chamberlain, Mrs. Elmer Meyer,
Mrs. Herbert Rcichart, Mrs. Robert Seeley, Mrs. Herman Pulsch,
Mrs., Margaret Sherwin, Mrs. Pete
Smith, Mis. Everett Caster, Mrs.
Lewis Moore, Misses Nana Helwifi,
Gertrude Roberts and Mildred Morris, Mrs. Emma Cavanaugh and
Mrs. Rose Gebhardt.
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EAST KEANSBURG—Proceeds
r u n the "Traveling Dollar" projct were presented at the Ladies'
uxiliary meeting of the fire com>any June 26.
Mrs. Terrence
>use presided. Another (,'ioup has
!>een selected for July. Those tak-;
ng part will be Mrs. Florence And
•uskiewlcz, Mrs. Margaret Vorhees,
Mrs. Bertha Brunt and Mrs." Cruse.
A discussion was held about the
ilans for the bazar to be held at
.he'lire house Aug. 8 from 4 to 10
m. A report was made on the
ard party held May 25.
Hostesses were Mrs. Ada Berntson, Mrs. John Mayer and Mrs.
Harold Truax. Also present were
Mrs. Donald Young, Mrs. Jacob
"oung, Mrs. Lawrence Gardener,
Are. William Brunt, Sr., Mrs. Bar>ara Berth, Mrs. Neil McGlnley,
Vfrs. James Kcllett, Mrs. Charles
Weaver,, Mrs. Lawrence Quirk,
Mrs. Leo Hemhauser and Miss Rose
Wllhalme.
Botston Waterbury,
Vice President
Hubert de In Keussillc,
President
Beltord
Mrs. John Renton attended a
dinner of the Mothers of the DeMolay last week at the Triune
temple of Arlington Jor the Valient
Jhapter.
John Renton, who has been a
patient in a veterans' hospital sevral months, returned to his home
on Main st. Thursday,
Raritan grange held Its annual
picnic at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Bennett June 29. The
Troopstors of Keansburg entertained by dancing. Harry's Ramblers of Long Branch played. Outdoor games were played. About 80
guests attended. Meetings will be
discontinued until September.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Elgrlm and
daughter Marylin spent three days
at Willlamsburg, Va.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Young,
Main st., have returned home after
spending several days last week
at Atlantic City.
The seventh birthday of Tommy
White, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jay
White, East rd., was celebrated
Saturday by members of the
family.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Garretson of
Fourth st. entertained over t the
week-end for Mr. and Mrs. James
iollcnder and family of Hicksvillc, L. I. Miss Joan Collendcr is
spending a week here.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ainhm of
West Orange were week-end guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Russell. Clinton ave. Mrs. E. K. Davis of Coral
Gables, Fla., will visit here next
week.
Mrs. Kaspara Isaksen, Main st.,
had as her guests over the week
nd Mr. and Mrs. Greg Paulson of
Brooklyn.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert MacDonald
of Forest Hills are KpiMidlnfr two
weeks with Mr, and Mrs. Albeit
Conzen,
CARD rARTV
ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS — A
card party for the benefit of St.
Agnes Roman Catholic church and
school will be held in the new
church auditorium Friday, July 29,
at 8:15 p. m. Mrs. John Byrne is
general chairman. Rev. Francis L.
Nolan, pastor of St. Agnes church,
is honorary chairman.
Scientists believe it is possible for
nonidentical twins to have different
fathers.
REWARD
GcorRO I.. Blclitz,
Treasurer
Secretary
Today's meeting of the Red Bank
Rotary club scheduled for 12:15
o'clock at the Molly Pitcher Hotel,
begins another Rotary year for
the local organization.
The serious business of the meeting will be under the r'irection of
Past District Governor, William
Smith oJ Long Branch, who will
install the new officers for the ensuing year. They are president,
Robert de la Ft ussillc; vice prealdent, Rolston Waterbury; secretary,
Levin; treasurer, George Bic-
litz; and scrgeants-at>arms, Fred
Blitzer and Whitney Crowell.
The members of the ensuing
Board of Directors are Richard
Barnctt, Edgar V. Denlse' Morris
'ortner, Donald Babcoclt, Thomas
Beers, Rolfton Waterbury, Roscoe
Angle, Warren Fowler and Emery
Wingertcr.
The respective chairmen named
by President Elect Reussille for the
special club events and activities
or the new year are: attendance
awards, Leo Levin; auditing, Morris
Portnor; Christmas gifts for children, Bill Burke; -clambake, Dan
Dondi and Vic Satter; historian
Paul Youns; nominating committed, Gregg Hifobs; pater-progeny
ball game, Pete Genovcse; roster,
Leo Levin, Rotary Ann luncheon,
Pcrc Shernaiv, Rotary conference,
Many fish and other animals In
King Hemming; Rotary international convention, John Crowell, the sea arc attracted by light, says
the
National Geographic society.
Sr.; Rotary Ladles' Night, Huble
Farrow; safety patrol recognition,
James Van Pelt; Salvation Army
kettle collection, Whit Crowell; TriClub Meeting. Howard Leon; an
the United Nations trip, Harr;
Miller.
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According to police the vehicl
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Highlands, when the driver ap
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' KATONTOWN—Members of Cu'
5)-S3 Mechanic St. Red lank Scout pack 52 here will leave fro]
the Methodist church at 8 a. m
Wednesday for a bus trip to th
•RANCH OFFICE AND WARCHOUlt Philadelphia zoo. .Peter Tomalno is
in charge of transportation.
T i t UtlNLEV AVENUE
Cubs and their families attendee
BRADLEY BEACH
a picnic Wednesday of last wee
Tol. PRMpect S.I047
at Swimming river. Joseph -Liga
cubmaster,
gave
out
monthl
achievement awards.
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Port Monmouth
Girl Scout troop 177 recently
visited the Statue of Liberty and
planetorlum at New York city,
accompanied by Mrs. Charles
Green, Mrs. Herman Pulsch, Mrs.
Kenneth Thompson, Mrs. Edward
Eryk, Mrs. Robert Brindle, Mrs.
Raymond Asman and Mrs, Frank
Prestage. The girls went on an
overnight camping trip at Camp
Nomoco last week, accompanied
by Mrs. Green, Mrs. Thompson,
Mrs. Prestage and Mrs. Raymond
MacLcnnon.
The fourth birthday of Margaret
Powell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
John Powell, was celebrated by
members of the family June 25.
Mr. and Mrs. Powell entertained
for Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fitzpatrlck of Brooklyn over the weekend.
The fourth birthday of Michael
Ward, son of Mr. and Mrs. John
Ward, Monmouth ave., was celebrated at a party last Friday. His
guests included James Jennie and
Barbara Ward, Kathy, Joyce and
Tom Malone, Robert, Raymond and
Ricky Vogel, Eileen and Ricky
Fink, Jack and Bob Dowries and
Anne and Bill Ward.
Mr. and Mrs. James Ward of
Jersey City visited Mr. and Mrs.
John Ward last week.
Seaman Robert Hynemann, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hyneman*.,
Collins st., who is stationed at
Orange, Tex., is visiting here for 19
days.
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Women Installed
By Columbiettes
Liucroft
New Monmouth
Mr. and Mrs. Dean Regan arc
Ronald Dale Myers, son of Mr.
parenta of a son, David Wiland Mrs. Samuel Myers, was given
a party Thursday for his fourth
liam, born at Riverview hospiUtioneuy N t w
birthday. A clown table piece held
tal June 28.
Process of Pillow
KEANSBURG — The Baysliore small gifts for the children and each
Mr«. Florence Owens la on vacachild
received a clown favor.
auxiliary
of
Columbiettes
Tuesday
tion from Eisner factory.
t
Renovation! I
installed Mrs. Thomas Klpp, pres- Present were Alice Mauro, John
Homer Trlcules, a student mln- ident; Mrs. Robert Geisler. vice and William Herman, Robert KonlEter of the Now Brunswick TheoMra. Francis Bodcn, drup, Judy Hudson, Robert and
coming soon lo
logical lemlnary, had as his ser- president;
past president; Mrs. Edward Kin- Thomas Green, Leonard Stokes,
mon topic Sunday, "Foolishness." lin,
recording secretary; Mrs. Mau-Susan, Kathy and Kenneth Beam,
William Toop, son of Mr. andrice Woelfle, corresponding secre- Mrs. John Herman, Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Charles Toop, la employed tary; Mrs. Andrew Cannon, treas- Edward F'.slcr, Sr., Mr. and Mrs.
64-76 While St.
Bed Bank by the Davey Tree company.
urer; Mrs. John Bohler. Jr., finan- Edward Fislcr, Jr., Mrs. James
Mauro. Sr., Mrs. James Mauro, Jr.,
The girls' baseball team, "Lin- cial secretary; Mrs. John Bcihler, Mrs.
Leonard Stokes. Mrs. Clarcroft Vixens," played the Shrews- Sr., Inner guard; Mrs. John MIole, ence Beam,
Arthur Kondrup.
bury team and won, 19 to S, last outside pruard, and Mra. William Mrs. RobertMra.
Misses Barweek. The same teams will play DeMIo. Mr«. William Vogt and bara Kollock Green.
and Joan Slec.
at Mullln's field, Llncrott. Last Mrs. James Broderick, trustees.
Thursday, the girls' team played a Rev. Anthony Capltanl, Baysliore
Mrs. Josephine Brandlne of
mothers' team. The girls' team won auxiliary chaplain, blessed the newBrooklyn Is visiting; Mr. and Mrs.
l i to 8.
officers. Joseph Brunncr, grand Michael Brandine, Clarissa dr.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Allpertl and
A food sale will be held by the knight, presided.
children Carol and John of Far
Ladies' Aid society of Lincroft
Ofllcers
of
the
state
Columbiettes
Musical
church Saturday beginning at 10 present were Mrs. Lee Newman, Rockaway visited here Saturday.
a.
m.
Chairmen
are
Mrs.
Donald
Canteres, lineculors, I t c .
Rose Teresi, Mrs. Eleanor Rev. and Mrs. Edwin CoddlngHoffman and Mil. Charles Con- Mrs.
High Price* Paid for
Walsh. Mrs. Dorothy Cornlre and ton and family of Suiquehanna,
over.
Haworth. Also present Pa:, visited Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur
Diamonds, Old Gold and Silver
Mr. and Mrs. Anton Kurt at- Mrs. Ethel
the grand knight elect, Coddlngton several days last week.
tended thai wedding of Mr. and were
iJCENSED and BONDED
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Parrlsh
Klpp; auxiliary co-ordinaMrs. Richard Soholner at St. Trin- Thomas
Maurice Woelfle; p u t grand and sons and Richard Parrlsh
D J I I I ' C S*AM<WI"uthSf- ity church, Passaic, June 26. They tor.
have returned from a, two-week
knights,
Francis
Boden,
John
Mieattended the reception at Pasand Mrs. Riepel; Mr«. Hatter vacation with Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
DHIL 0
RED BANK also
sale Turn, Verien. During the week le
South River auxiliary; Mrs, Parrlsh and family of Laurel, Miss.
they visited ' Mr. and Mrs. Fred of
McPortland
Garfleld auxiliary, Mrs. W. A. Parrlsh and sons Mar
Hoyer at the Pocono Mountains and Mrs. TessofMcQuade
of Liberty ty and Edward returned to spend
, YOLK CHOICE
and their son and dautrhtei-in-law, auxiliary, New York.
two weeks here.
Mr. and Mrs. Ewald Kurt at EasMr. and Mrs. Donald Gorby and
Your choice of intiir*
ton, Pa.
A number of Knights of the Bay-son
David of Wheeling, W. Va.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Studor of shore council also were present. are spending a week with Mr.
ance agent is just • •
Syracuse, N. Y., are visiting for a Gifts were presented to the out and Mrs. Curtis Walllne, Fitzroy
few days with their son-in-law and going president, Mrs. Bodcn and Walling, councilor of admissions
important as your
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. E. Douglas Mrs. Frank Wilson, for "outstand of Buckncll university, Lewisburg,
Brandt. Mrs. Brandt and daughters ing work*' during the year. A per- Pa., Is spending the week-end with
choice of doctor or
Diane, Linda, Peggy and Cindy petual rosary was started under his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Earl
lawyer.
will return to Syracuse with Mr. the Our Lady of Fatima Peace VanKIrk and son Brian of Wheeland Mrs. Studor and spent a Uu-ee- plan from heaven, each member ing-, W. Va., were also week-end
your entire financial
reciting the rosary on a desig- guests.
week vacation.
•tructure may some day
Mr. and Mrs. James Wylle of nated date.
depend on how noil he
A floor show was held by some
Waltham, Mass., are Ruests this
bat performed hit Job.
East Kca.igburg
week of Mr. and Mrs.. Lowell of the members. The next meetWillis.
Ing will be held In September.
The Men's club of the Baysliore
Mr. and Mrs. William Charlton
Community church welcomed Rus
of Freehold have moved to Marlu
sell Phllhowcr and Peter Oliva, Sr.,
Broad & Mechanic Stt. farm.
Mrs. Robert Caiuaclic
at its recent meeting. A food sale
'
The
first
aid
squad
was
called
has been postponed until Labor
Red Bank, N. J.
Honored
at
Shower
out Friday to Swimming river,
day week-end. The next meeting
Phalanx,
where
Ace
Palmer
of
will
be July 22 at the church.
EAST KEANSBURG — Mrs.
Tei. RE 6-2100
Springfield, Ohio, 17, was drowned. Robert Gamache, Port Monmouuh,
Mr. ana Mrs. George Kinkadc
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Members Monday answered a call was a recent guest at a stork and children of Harmony id. re
to Blossom id., Holmdel. They took shower given for her at the home cently spent a week's vacation in
Mrs. John Huselbus, a maternity of Mrs. William Martin of Nevacase, to Riverview hospital. A da ave. The co-hostesaes were Boston, Mass.
daughter had been born before the Mrs. Clifford Gamache and Miss
ambulance arrived.
Kathy Gamaohc.
E V E R Y 30 SECONDS!
Mr. and Mrs. George Linder and
Present were Mrs. . Lawrence
Nagging backache, headache, or muscular daughter
Wendy of Stanford, Smith, Union Beach; Mrs. Mary
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•train. And folks who eat ami d rink unwisely der's father, Arthur Johnson.
Thomas Carroll, Eatontown; Mrs.
sometimes suffer mild bladder irritation
. . . with that restless, uncomfortable feeling.
Francis Mauser of Parkersburg, Joseph Carroll, Sr., Mrs. Joseph
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Mrs.
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Ine effect to CR30 blmiilcr irritation, and by past week.
EVERY
theirmilddiuretkactionthrouRh the kidneys
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis S. Thomp- John Durnien and Miss Evelyn
-tending to increase the output of the 16
milcB of kidney tubes.
son, Jr., and. sons Lewis and Gor-Carroll, this place, and Mrs. Pat2ND
So if nagging backache makes you fed don of Washington, D. C.,. spent rick Maloncy, Maplowood.
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Summary or Synopsis of 1»6« Audit Report of th* Borough of Had Bank at
requlrrd by R. S, 40:4-2.
COMBINED COMPARATIVE BALANCE SHEET
ASSETS '
>
Dec. 31, 1>64 Dec. 31, 1953
Cash
....
»i.....»
»..$ 365,053.24 I 320,810.22
Investments ..:
36,000.00
50,180.00
Taxes. Tax Title Liena and Utility Cliargts Receivable
145,441.48
130,841.41
Assessment and Assessment Liens Receivable
7,708.66
14,3(8,06
Bank Stock
1,300.50
1,300.50
Account! Receivable (and Inventory.)
22,216.75
S5,5«3.09
Fixed Capital Authorised and Uncompleted—Utility
&00.O00.OO
Kix«H Capital—Utility
_
618.285.68
(16,015.68
Deferred Charges to Future Taxation—General
410,647.20
461,925.70
Total Assets .....
Si2.106.633,51
11.621.180.66
3(0,700.00
41,000.00
SO,061.91
13,366.40
547,378.40
31,176.53
409.700.0C
41,000.00
44,691.77
18,979.09
62,370.84
37.059.10
LIABILITIES, RESERVES AND SURPLUS '
Bonds Payable .^.
.........•.--.'..... — U H , _ W W
Notes Payable
-.;..........
*
«••....«••«••.
Appropriation Reserves
Accounts Payable and Other Liabilities .
.........
Improvement Authorization!
M
Statutory and Special Funds
Reserve and Deferred Reserve for Amortization,
Fixed Capital
*
„
Reserve for Certain Assets Receivable
.. ,
Surplus
«.... ........•...•...
Total Liabilities, Reserves and Surplus ...-.'.
618,265.68
169,573.20
275,110.39
(14,015.68
158,052.60
234,511.52
- «2.10g.«i33.Bt
II.621.1SO.B8
COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF OPERATION AND SURPLUS—
CURRENT ACCOUNT
Year
Year
KEVENU8
1954
I»53
Surplus Revenue Appropriated .
Current Revenue (Caah Balis)
Total
Revenue
,.
.:
f
11,000.00
M*f,Si!.S7
tl,462,»22.37
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EXPENDITURES
Appropriations—Budist and Emarcency ....
Local School Tax
J...—
Uounty Tax
..••>••...>••.,.•.«.••.•..•.
Total
892,913.90
S88.171.19
211,970.11
Expenditure!
11.594,987.42
CHECK THESE FEATURES
^ Cue torn mad. te III yevr partiallar mads.
/ L a r g e s t seltcUen i f pattern! a a *
etylea te chMst Irani.
| / A I I siacasaary relnfeTClng;
, / D y f e a l •••rlan" ttr.asl use* ler
Unsest III*.
^ Pereanally tralna*, aaparlenseel
personnel make and install yeur
•wnlnga.
/ L e n f eiaerltnae In a Held w h i n
It eeynU (since 1 ( 9 7 )
t
"53.000.00
1,174,4(4.98
tl,437,444.98
$ 100,834.65
1,588.70
710.80
2,106.23
234.22
' Amount Added to Surplus Ravinuo .
Surplus Revenue:
Balance January 1st
............
70,264.45
9 108,285.10
200,^93.99
160,008.89
270,558.44
63,000.00
9 263.292.90
63,000.00
COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF OPERATION AND S U R P L U S WATER AND SEWER UTILITY ACCOUNT
REVENUE
S
1954
Current Revenue (Caih Baiti)
EXPENDITURES
Appropriation!—Budget and Em«rfftnc,f
Added t o Operating Surplus Operating Surplui:
Balance January l i t
Balance December l l a t
1.
2.
S.
4.
5.
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7.
8.
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9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
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155.923.76
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132.967.16
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18,321.42
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33,119.83
22.966.60
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RECOMMENDATIONS
That an opinion be obtained from the Borough Attorney raRirdlntf tax title
liens which are more than 20 years old i o that laid liens can be put En proper
order for aubaequent forteloiure,
• •
That the Collector file the etatement required by It. S. £4:4-91 on January
15th for the prevloua year ended December Slit, lettlntr forth a complete
litl of receipt! from U x e i and the amount of taxea remaining unpaid at the
clone of the year.
.
That bidi be received for purchaies and contract! aa required l y . K . S. 40:50-1.
That the Gollectpr-Treaiurer maintain a Current Account caah book deiigned
In such R way that receipts may be identified with deposit!.
That the Collector-Treaaurer maintain teparete cash record* for the Capital
and Trust Division of accounte
. >
That the Collector-Treeaurer Install a Tax Arrears Register aiid that delinquent tuxes be transferred as required.
Thnt the Borough officials arranite for a safe deposit box fur the Keephtfr
nf U, S. Treasury Bonds held by the Borough a s Investments and that at
least two olHciula be designated to ilgn for accen to laid box.
lnitt the temporary budget be entered in the general ledger and that contemplated expenditures in.execs* of the temporary budget he provided for hy
emergency appropriation.
That th* Trcnnurer's records be revised' to provide for an nnalyali or detail
of cha'rjreB atrainnt the various budget mniroprintionn.
That nrenumbcred recel.it books with atuba attached lie obtained and thnt
receipts be issued from eald books for all moneys collected from the fallow*
ing Kourcen;
Tennis Court Fees,
Bout slip rentals.
Bulldlnir permit fees.
Bonrd of Health feti, permit! and llcinies*,
Public Health Nurse fees.
Thut all building permits be Issued and fees collected by the Building Inspector.
That the Building Inspector turn over fees at least monthly to the Treasurer,
That the Consumer'*! Account* Receivable Ledger maintained by the Water
Department be added and proven quarterly,
That the old accounts for metered water services be reviewed, effort made
to collect them, nnd it determined uncottectlble, cancel by reiolution.
Thnt' the fundtt (totnliits $1,449 SO) for damage claims appearing In the
Wntcr Cn[titnl Account which nr« not required for reconstruction nonts he
transferred to the Water OnenitliiK Account as miscellaneous revenues not
Htitiol)uitcil.
ThHt the Mayor unU Council review Improvement Aitthoiknlloni! lti the General
Cuplttil mid Water Cuiiltnl AccuutiU nnd enncet balances where improvements
have been completed nnd all obligations satisfied
That the Surety Bond of the Collector-Treasurer be Increased tn 170.000.00
in compliance with the echodule of requirements aet forth per Clia.Jtee 25),
P, O 8 4 0 ,
.
IS. That Street Opening Deposits and Mercantile License Depoilts be scrutinized
to determine whether deposits are to be refunded or forfeited, All forfeited
amounts should be transferred to the Current Account aa Miscellaneous Revenue
Not Anticipated. *
The above sunynary or synopsis was preparsd from the report of audit pf the
Borough
County of Monmoulh, for llie calendar y*ar 1054, Tills
r g h of KeAfBank,
KeAf
report off nudity
d i t b m i t t e d by Herbert 'A. Caruso*, Registered Municipal Accountunt,. la on fl
at the Borough Clerk's office and may be Inspected by any
interested person,
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Thousands of yards of fuH
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67,964.95
FLAT
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1)74,728.57
209,090.49
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Additions t o Income:
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N O T E — N o affiliation with any other stores
on the Jersey shore with similar names. Be
sure you are in an East Orange Mill End Shop.
OTHER STORES: EAST ORANGE — MORRISTOWN — FAIR LAWM
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RED BANK REGISTER, JULY 7,1955
P*g* Twelve
Plumbers Take Gas Safety Course
Everett
Fire Auxiliary
To See Show
S/Sgt. Francis Shotto, stationed
at the Highlands Air Force base,
is on a two-week vacation.
LINCROFT — The auxiliary of
Miss Mary Catherine Antonides,
the fire company met Monday daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lcroy
night at the tire bouse wlien plans Antonides, spent tha week-end In
•were made for a theater party at New York city with friends.
the Neptune Music circus Aug. 8. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gant of
A check for $50 was piven to the NorUifleld spent last Wednesday
Llncroft Playground fund.
with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Seig-le.
1*6 next meeting, which will
Mr. and Mrs. Carmen Pino and
t » an outdoor barbecue, vrill be children Theresa, Carmen and Suheld July 25 at the home of Mrs. san of Hobokcn spent the weekHarry Seylaz. New member! ac- end with Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas
cepted were Mrs. Noma Whent- Fetruzelli.
•n-orth and Mrs. Louis Cordasco.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wilson of
The meeting was conducted by Midd!etown-L.incroft id. arc parth« president. Mrs. Harry Seylaz. ents of a daughter born Sunday
Others attending were Mrs. An-at Riverview hospital.
drew Capelli, Mrs. Richard Pro- Mr. and Mrs. Pasqual Viseuso
Wowski, Mrs. John Morgan. Mrs. and family of Brooklyn are spendWilliam Kennedy, Mrs. Victor ing the summer at their place here.
Mrs. Charlotte Meiilcr is leaving
Foytho, Mrs. John Demko, Mrs.
Eugene Ford, Mrs. Kenneth Tis- this week for Connecticut for a
siere, Mis. E. Douglas Bvandt, two-week vacation with relatives.
air. and Mrs. Joseph Mendres
Mrs./Edward Boylan, Mrs. Dante
Daverio, Mrs. Adolf ' Braun, Mrs. and daughter Virginia attended the
John Flockhardt, Mrs. John John- Klwanis convention In Cleveland,
son, Mrs. J. J. Colao and Mrs. Har- Ohio, last week.
old Cook. At the conclusion of the Mr. and Mrs. John Portin atmeeting, refreshments were serv- tended a barbecue given by Mr.
ed at Lincroft inn by Mrs. Dante and Mrs. Eino Massa at Holmdel
Sunday.
Daverio.
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•OTANY in assorted colors—45.00
WASH ' N WEAR SUITS, completely
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39.75
CORD suits, the old standby, in the
new deep shades—
33.00
Plus an Assortmant of Others
HUBERTS men's apparel
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Master plumbers of Monmouth sey State Association of Master
ind Ocean counties learn about Plumbers, stressed the safe instalcalves in one of the sessions of a lation and maintenance of gras
en-week safety course conducted hy equipment. It followed the rules
/ Jersey Naturlal Gas company. set forth in tho American Standard,
Instructors, left to right, are Harry Installation of Gas Piping and Gas
McDonnell, utilization engineer for Appliances in Buildings.
the company and C. G. Lonsdale
It was directed by Harry McConmd George Riddle, assistant super- nell, utilization engineer for the
ntendents of distribution. Appli- company. Ho was assisted by
mccs and safety charts used in George Riddle and C. G. Lonsdale,
he course are in background.
assistant superintendents of distriIn all thirty-three master plumb- bution In the company's Long
rs completed the gas training Branch and Belmar plants.
ichool conducted by the New JerCovered In the instruction per-
were the installation and servicing of all types of domestic
ranges, water heaters, dryers, refrigerators, inoli.orators,flooriurnaccs and central gas-fired heating
units, All types of controls, safety
pilots and other safety measures
were reviewed by company personnel.
At the conclusion of the course,
the master plumbers held a dinner
at Cypress inn, Wanamassa, honoring personnel. The plumbers presented Mr. McConncll a savings
bond and an engraved pencil.
Martin Smith, Sr., left Friday on Ivy Tower to Present
Morganville
a. trip to the West.
'
•The flnal class in the Red Cross
Mrs. Susan Zimmerman has re- The Caine Mutiny
first aid course under the sponsor- turned to her homo in Bloomsbury,
SPRING LAKE1—Starting Aug. 1,
ship of the Morganville P.T.A., was after having spent a week with
the Ivy Tower Playhouse will preheld last week. The group was in-Mr. and Mrs. Carl W. Binger.
Bent
"The Calne Mutiny Court Marstructed by Story HaJJock . of Mat- Mr. and Mrs. Myles Rader are
awan. Those who completed the re- spending a vacation In Pennsyl- tial" scene, starring Vlnton Hayworth,
Sr. Members of tho cast
quired number of hours were Mrs. vania.
for this dramatic portion of the
Michael Rynlcwicz, Edwin O'ConRichard VanPelt, son of Mr. and famous best-seller were hand chosnor, Robert Mouser, Joseph Lan- Mrs. Lcroy VanPelt, entertained en from tha famous actors' club.
y.aro, Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph at a party last week in observ- The Lambs.
Spurgat. Mrs. Hazel LaMura and ance of his birthday. Guests were
Mrs. John Williams, all of Mor-Edwin Boldt, Kenneth Miller, Ted- Constance Bennett is now playRanvllle; Miss Janet Dayton, Mrs. dy Pollcnak, Barbara Lynn, Chris- ing at Ivy • Tower In "The Four
Fred Marz, Mrs. H. C. Quacken- tine and Martin Smith 3d, and Foster." This will be followed by
Magda Gabor in "This Thing Called
bush and Ernest Thom, Wlcka- Sharon and Karen Hourihan.
Love," with opening night Monday.
tunh; "Yates Hawkins and Cornelius J. Malloy, Lincroft, and Mrs.
Catherine Heidt, Keyport.
Holmdel
MEMORIAL SERVICE
Mi', and Mrs. Lee Kessler and
Louis Heyer. Sr., was honored
LONG BRANCH — Members of
Saturday evening at a party in daugrhter Carole have moved to the First Baptist church'will honor
celebration of his 71st birthday at their nc'w home at Princeton st., the late Dr. Alice Baker at memthe home of his son-in-law and Little Silver.
orial services Sunday at 11 a. m.
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth
Mr. and Mra. Wilfred Holslander The late Dr. Baker, for a time a
Miller. Present were Mrs. Heyer, ot Keyport and Mra. Jamos Camp- teacher in the church Bible school
Sr., Mr. and Mrs. George Brown, bell and daughters Sandra, Wendy and a member of the Women's
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Klrcher and and Linda of Clinton, Mich., were Mission society, served in China in
family, Miss Doris Heyer, Mrs. guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Phil- the mission field for 31 years. A
William Odom, Mr. and Mrs. Louis lips at an' outdoor picnic
supper medal from the American Baptist
v
Foreign Mission society honoring
Heyer. Jr.. and son Robert, Mr. Sunday.
and Mrs. Steven Zavada of New- Miss Ellen Muthlason of Perth Dr. Baker will be given to her
ark. Mra. Elizabeth Zavada of Amboy spent the week-end with daughter, Mrs. Marshall Whitehead, who together with other
Union Beach and Kenneth Mil- Mr. and Mrs, Harry Pitcher.
of her family, will attend
ler, Jr.
Tho Ladies' Aid society made a members
Mrs. Marccllus Quackenbush of profit of 550 at the food sale at the the service.
Conover rd. and Mrs. William D. Friendly shop in Matawan SaturClayton of Garden City, L. I., at- day.
tended a performance of "Silk
The five company was called out
Stockings" in New York city Wed- Sunday at 2:30 a. m. to put out a
nesday. Tuesday they visited fire in a lumber pile on ths RusStroudsburg, Pa.
sell Wilde farm, formerly tho KinMrs. Garrctt Deniso was hostess hafer farm.
to the Social club recently when
Rev. Andrew A. Burkhardt will
plans were made for a buffet to have as his sermon topic at Sunbe held at the home of Mrs. Louis day's 10 a. m. worship service, "The
Becker. Present wore Mrs. Leroy Price of Freedom." A special meetVanPelt and son Richard, Mi ing of the Reformed chufch was
Donald Miller, Mrs. Robert Owens held at Fellowship -liall yesterday.
and daughter Vivien, Mrs. Martin The annual meeting o! the HolmSmith, Sr.. Mrs. Lindi Seber and del Federated church will take
children Jeanne and Robert, Mrs. place at Fellowship hall WednesAugustn Boldt ahd Mrs. Marti day. July 20.
Smith, Jr.
The post office has moved to its
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wenze! new quarters on Holmdel rd.
and daughter Diane left for ColoMr. and Mrs. David R-ossheim
rado Saturday morning:.
of Teancck have moved to their
Mr. and'Mrs. Robert Owens and new home on Deer Creek dr., Tandaughter Vivien and Mr. and Mrs.glewood terrace.
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Local Couple Returns
St. James church, Red Bank.
Mr. Norman, who was given a
From European Trip
leave of absence from his position
Mr. and Mi'B. Robert J. Norman as orderly in* the surgical departof 37 Elm pi. returned Sunday on ment of the Rivcrvicw hospital, rethe U. S. America from a three turned to work yesterday.
months' trip to Heidelberg, Ger- Mrs. Norman, before leaving for
many, and report having had a most her European trip, arranged to
enjoyable time. Mrs. Norman was have The Register forwarded to
born in the vicinity of Heidelberg- them, and she states that receiving
and this was her first time home The Register gave her much addin 26 years, where she visited her ed enjoyment because she got all
two listers.
from home as a weekly
While away, Mr. and Mm. Nor the newsthrough
The Register's
man celebrated their 42d wedding letter
columns.
anniversary. During their stay in
Germany they met Rev. Father
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M n . David Marx of Shrewsbury it thown with "Menmouth Myitary Mill," who will be auctioned at the Turf Charity Ball July 30. "Monmouth Mystery Mils" it royally brad
but har lineage i i a tacrat.
susceptible. And In the last fifty
years thu number of people over
sixty-five has increased twice as
This column is contributed as afast as the general population
public service by The Medical So- rate.
ciety of New Jersey and the Mon- The best defense against chronic
mouth County Medical society. illnesses is frequent examination
Questions should be addressed to to make certain that disease does
The Medical Society of New Jersey not get the chance to develop
at 315 West State art., Trenton 8, strongly in us, beyond the stages
N, J.
at which It can efficiently be arrestYour Fight Agalnit Chonlc illness ed and overcome. Tho fight can
The fight against chronic illness be won when each of us realizes
la the citizen's responsibility both that it is not so much a fight
as a memter of the general com- against chronic illness as it is a
munity and as an individual. fight for the maintenance of reguChronic Illness is a community con- lar good health. Do your part
cern because most of its victims by letting your doctor do his. His
need help—both physical and eco-aim is not only to make you bet
nomic—in their efforts to deal with ter, but to keep you well.—Michael
it. It It an individual concern, be- S. Newjohn, M.D.
cause each of us take the necessary
steps to make sure that disease
DISPENSE WITH MEETINGS
processes are discovered in their
COLT'S NECK—Atlantic grange,
early and correctable stages, before meeting
week at the Grange
Irreversible changes have taken hall here,last
voted to dispense with
place.
business meetings during July and
Chronic illnesses are Illnesses of August.
The home economics
long duration. They involve long committee will hold a. covered dish
periods—sometimes of years and supper Tuesday at tho Grange hall
even of decades—of care and treat- An informal get-together will be
ment. They seize upon people of all held in August, with Austin Meages, hut the over age arc especially gill as chairman.
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Wo men s wear clearance
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Due to the prolonged dry spell and hot weather the
increased consumption due to lawn sprinkling has placed a
strain on the Company's facilities. We feel that with the
cooperation from the customers these present demands can
bemet
We earnestly request the cooperation of our customers
residing in the Borough of Bradley Beach, Neptune City,
Borough of Deal, Ocean Grove, Neptune Township, Interlaken, Asbury Park and all of Ocean Township are requested to sprinkle on odd numbered dates.
City of Long Branch, Boroughs of West Long Branch,
Eatontown, Fair Haven, Little Silver, Rumson, Monmouth
Beach, Sea Bright, Shrewsbury, New Shrewsbury, Oceanport
and all of Middletown Township on even numbered dates.
Also, if feasible, sprinkle at other times than 6 P. M.
to 9 P. M.
We feel that the above plan will allow the Company
to maintain safe supply levels and at thesame time allow
usage of all water requirements by its customers. Thank
each
Washable.
Junior-Misses sizes.
up to 4.95 slips
White and colors.
2 for 5.00
Cottons and nylons.
up to 2 2 . 9 5 summer suits
.,
15.00
v
Cotton cords, wrinkle-proof fabries.
6.60
295
Second Floor
Cannon beach towels
Girls' swim suits
.95
1.95 2.95
Slits 2 to it
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SilM 7 to 14
Suits originally to 5.00 !
First quality, big 36x72 lize! Whit* backgrounds with nautical and playing card designs.
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First Floor
Children's Depl.
Airplane type luggage
Traincase • ovornitor •
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Ceather bound . . . white saddle stitched . . . brass hardware
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Tartan plaid zip carrying case
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695
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2.19
plus tax
MONMOUTH CONSOLIDATED WATER COMPANY
Gift Department
I
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Page Fourteen
Family Night
For Bible School
ARMOUR CORNED BEEF
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Salad Oil
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Sunshine Hydrox Crackers
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Sunshine Hi-Ho Crackers
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Nabisco Oreo Cookies
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Burry's Gaucho Cookies
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George Inn Assortment WiSTON
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Border's Instant C o f f e e - - °"'
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Grape Preserves 'anHHT
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Devonsheer Bread Crumbs
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Kraft ȣ. Oil
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14-oa.
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Family nig-liL at the daily vacation Bible school will be held at 7
o'clock tonight at the Methodist
church.
During he past two weeks, the
clas&eg have made notebooks of
helps for worship, spatter paintings
of prayer books, peep shows, Bible
verse books, newspapers showing
headlines about Paul's escape,
maps of Paul's journey, movies of
the first Master and missionary
projects shoving rh'ip"hi>« " ' »11
countries.
Rev. Harold Hornberger Is dean.
Mrs. Henry Pope is secretary.
Teachers are as follows: Nursery,
Mrs. H. McKInnon, Mrs. Joyce Hannan. Miss Gwen Showell and Ml«s
Beth Daub.
Kindergarten, Mrs. George Springsteen, Mrs, Adolph Johnson, Mrs.
Charles
Senlon, Mrs.
Garfleld
Adams, Mrs. Jeannctte Watts. Mrs.
Louis Mandello, and Misses Patricia Posslel, Judy Jones, Cleona
Possiel, Linda Kachcl, Patricia
Squire, Su«anne Marks and Jane
Matslnger.
Primary, Mrs. Kobert Muller,
Mrs. William Pratt, Mrs. Edward
Williams, Mrs. Kenneth Bergcr and
Misses Marie "VVllby, Virginia Asnmn, Patricia Hornberger and Beverly Reed. Juniors, Mrs. Joseph
Driscoll, Mrs. Daniel MacDonald,
Mrs. Clarence Crabtree, Mrs. Samuel Hausmann, Mrs. William Turner, Mrs. Lloyd Klgcr and Mrs. Ada
Woodward.
Intermediate, Rev. John Bates
and Mrs. Ralph Smith,
Hcadden's Corner
Mrs. Mike Jacobs and family of
Trenton, were recent guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Enslcy Antonides.
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Finn and family ot Atlanta, Ga., are vlsitlngr relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Bell of New
York state are visiting their sonin-law and daughter, Mr, and Mrs.
George Mott.
Lutherans Plan
Sunday Visits
'Anything Goes' Opens Monday
. HEPTUNE—Cole Porter's "Anything Goes" begins a week's engagement at St. John.Terrell'* Neptune
Music circus here next Monday.
The hit musicaV is in its first run
at the shore big top and featurea
Betty O'Neil, above, and Iggie
Wolflngton in the lead roles and
also John Elliott, Art Barnett, Helen Raymond, Ruth Clayton, Harland Dlxon, Penny Malone, Nelle
Fisher and Arthur Partington.
Arthur Marlowe has staged the
production which has choreography
by Duncan Noble, sets by Donn
Fischer and costumes by Charles
Jean Gibney Plays
At Newport Casino
Jean Gibney, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Gibney of 121 Manor dr.,
is spending the summer as an apprentice at the famed Newport
(R.I.) Casino theater,'one ot the
nation's foremost summer playhouses. A student at Antioch college In Yellow Springs. Ohio, Jean
will have an opportunity to act and
work with such stars as Chester
White House Wine Vinegar
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Campfire Marshmallows
. 33c
Cracker Jack
. *.. 27c
WoodburySoap 3:±25e 3r.35c
Lifebuoy Health Soap
3 72: 28c
Lifebuoy Bath Soap
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PARKIN
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Members of Holy Trinity Lutheran church will hold an "every member visitation" Sunday starting after the 9:15 a. m. service, when 90
visitors will participate in an opening ceremony.
The group plans to raise $7,000
for the first payment for c building
at 11 Hubbard park, to be used to
house the "5'indtj-school.
Sunday-school classes are held
in every available section of the
church, including the basement and
kitchen. Because of its great
growth, larger facilities are needed.
The campaign has been called "Let
the Sun Shine *n."
Stanley Kerr'is chairman of the
fund raising drive, assisted by A.
Edward Lackas, George Handzo,
Robert Ge'rhold and John Olvlng,
Jr. A preparation meeting for workers will,be held in the church tonight at 8 o'clock, Rev. Harold
Macri. Arthur Lief will lead the Hornberger, pastor, is in charge.
Campaign -ommlttee workers will
music circus orchestra..
The music In "Anything Goes" outline plans for the event.
contains six top song hits, including "I Get a Kick Out of You," Entertain Friends
"All Through the Nlfht," "You're
the Top," "Begin the Beguine," At Buffet Luncheon
"Blow, Gabrell, Blow" and "AnyFAIR HAVEN—Mr. and Mrs.
thing; Goes."
Gust&ve J. Freret ot River rd. were
Betty O'Neil Is in her second ap- hosts Fourth of July at a mint
pearance at the music circus. She Julep and buffet luncheon party at
their home. The party was held in
was in last season'* "Pal Joey" in their recreation room, "The Neverwhich she sang the "Zip" number sall."
Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Wilwhich she also did In the Broadliam L. Price, Mr. and Mrs. Kenway revival.
neth L. Scheffer, Mr. and Mrs. William T, Duffy, Mr. and Mrs. DonMorris, Jane Pickens, Joan Blondell ald W. Price, Mr. and Mrs. James
and Betsy Blair.
L. Boslcy, Miss Barbara Woerz,
A graduate of East Orange high Miss Ann Cassidy, William C.
school, Jean la majoring in so- Baum, William T. Welsh and Herciology, but her prime hobby Is the bert R. Welsh, all of Statcn Island;
theater. She also is interested In Mr. and1 Mrs. Frank Pomarico,
choreography. Now entering her Brooklyn, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. Harsecond year at Antioch, she ap- old J, Quimlcch, Wcstfleld; Mr, and
peared in two student productions Mrs. Robert L. Carr, Long Island,
during the past winter.
and Mr. and Mrs. Carroll S. Townsend, Fair Haven,
Salt ocean water, heavier than
It adds upl Mora nnd more people
fveBh water, often travels tar upRegister ads each lnu« becauM
stream along the bottom of rivers. u»«
resultn come faster.—Advsrtiienient.
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QUALITY ASPHALT PAVING
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MONEY
LOANED
on Jewelry, HUver, Musical Instruments,
Cameras, Binoculars, etc
LicMHd and k*nd>4 br State «l N. J.
WB PAY CASH rOH OLD OOM) and BILVTO
Broadway Loan Co.
MS B n t d m i
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I he JfcKaEY SHORE'S
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Brings you the Finest Entertainers featured in
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Starting July 7th —Harvey Stone
COMING SOON
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DANCING NIGHTLY - 2 NAME IANDS
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18 WoHoc* St.
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TEL. RE 6-2273
or RE 6-2073
Belford
State Must Appropriate $3 Million
To Set Up Air Base at County Airport
TRENTON (A.P.)—The U. 8. Air
Force has' refused to establish a
base for National Guard jet fighters at the Monmouth county airport unless the state or some other
agency pays half the cost.
. Gov. Robert B. Meyner told a
news conference this week he had
received a letter from Harold E.
Talbott, secretary of the Air Force,
saying the defense department
would prefer to establish the base
at Newark airport.
Talbott said Monmouth county's
airport, which is located in Wall
township and used partly by the
U. S. Signal corps, would be an acceptable location "if the cost to
the Air Force does not exceed"
three million dollars.
The proposed air base would be
used by the HBth Fighter Squadron which now if stationed at the
Newark airport and uses propeller
driven planes.
Talbott said In his letter:
The maximum amount that
might be available by the Congress for the development of Monmouth county airport would be
about three million dollars, while
the total cost of the project would
be approximately six million.
The secretary Bald a major construction program would have to
be undertaken to make the airport
suitable for National Guard jets
with a 7,000-foot runway and stand
ard Air National Guard facilities.
Can't Afford It: Meyner
Thus, New-Jersey will have to
put up some three million dollars
If it wants the base to be moved
from Newark to Monmouth county.
Meyner said "We in the state
cannot afford to put up three million dollars . . ."
However, he added, he would
confer with legislative leaders to
see how much the state could af
ford and «ald he would Instruct
Maj. Gen. James Csntwell, New
Jersey Chief of Staff, to ask Wash
Ington if the federal government
can obtain more than three million
dollars for the project.
The governor said usually the
state pays SB per cent of the cost
for such a project'• while the fed
eral government puts up TB per
cent.
Residents of Newark and Eliza,
beth and the Port of New York
Authority have opposed operation
of Jet lighters at Newark airport
because of possible crashes in
heavily populated areas.
Meyner told the nevijfe conference
that as far as he was concerned
"Newark is out" as a National
Guard jet fighter base.
Meyner said the Morristown-Parsippany area as a site for the
fighter jet air base Is also out of
the question.
Monmouth Best Location
Cantwell said his department
age Fifteen
Dental Assistants
WHEN WEARING OF HEALTH
IT IS NOT TRUE TO MAY 'WB DID KV EKYTIUAri POSSIBLE"
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Lockwood Hold Dinner
l/NLKSS CHIROPRACTIC WA« INCLUDED
and Mr. and Mrs. Robert McGee
attended a picnic at Cheeaequ»ko Mrs. Irma Adams of North Jersey,
president
of
the
state
Dental
park Sunday. . .r, and Mrs. Lockassociation, wa« a guest
wood and family spent Saturday at Assiatants
SO.? H K O A I ) S T .
at the annual dinner meeting of
PHONE
Chiropractor
had made a survey of all suitable Rainbow Lake, Denvllle.
the
county
of the association
•-3U33
sites for the proposed air base A welcome home party was held last week atunit
restaurant
and determined Monmouth county for Richard Benson, son of Mr. and on ShrewsburyPeterson's
ave.
would be the best location.
Mrs. Frank Benson July 2d. Airman
Mrs. Katherine Eflnger, county
Actually, the New Jersey Air Benson also celebrated his 21st
Introduced Miss Corrlns
National Guard has a jet outfit, birthday. He has been separated president.
state vice president; Mis«
based at McGuire Air Force base from three years' service at Naval Kernes,
Florenco
Smith,
state public relanear Kort Dix. But, the 119th at Air station, Alameda, Cal. Among tions chairman; Mrs.
Charles FairNewark must be modernized.
those attending the party wcro Mr. child, state education chairman,
Meyner had said air national and Mrs. Wli'.iam Foley, Edward and Mrs. Ann Kemplc, Mrs. Auguardsmen could still operate out Hoblln, Mrs. Lena Lundborg and drey Bylsma, Mrs. Lois Bennett
AT THE
of Newark after the fighter squad- daughter Gloria and Mrs. Ingra and Mls« Clara Phillips.
ron is removed. He has recom- Abrahamson.
Lea Olson provided accordion
mended that an ambulance plane
Mr. and Mrs. William VanNote of music during dinner. Miss Louise
organization be set up where nawas dinner chairman. Also
tional air guardsmen could get this place and Mr. and Mrs. De- LePore
present were Mrs. Frances Strano,
witt Heyer of River Plaza spent Mrs.
multi-engine experience.
Lillian
Brighton, Mrs. ChesOn the multi-engine stde of New the week-end holiday at their sum- ter J. Beaman. Mra. Nadine StensJersey's air picture, nothing has mer home In the Catskill mount- land. Mrs. Mary Nygard, Mm.
Tickers or* SI. $1.75, $2.25 and $3.00.
,
been heard for months on a pro- ains.
Edith Worth, Mrs. Evelyn O'Bosky
posal that a major commercial air- A birthday celebration
was
held
and
Misses
Patricia
Cottrcll,
Doris
Contact
any
member
of
the
committee
for
tickets
port be built.
for Samuel Alsbac1- of Port Mon- Everett, Rosemary Kennedy, Marbefore July I I.
Former Gov. Alfred E. Drlscoll, mouth last Thursday at a lswn ion Rftilly and I/orralnn Bnrgfn.
alarmed by thrii successive airline party at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
COMMITTEE MEMBERS
crashes at Elizabeth a few years Lester Lockwood and family. Mrs. Charles L. Oakerson
ago, began exploratory surveys Irene Alsbach also attended.
MRS. P. .1. MACGL'INNIBS
'
Bumion 1-1111
hoping to locate a commercial airBruce John Russell was given a Honored by Esso
MBS. R. IUIATICA.V
Ruimon 1-1373
port site. He said it could replace birthday
party July 2d on his Charles L. Oakerson of 171 PinckMIIS. S. SCHL'IVTK
Rumion 1-1007
Newark or be a satellite for the fourth birthday
at the home of Mrs. ney rd,, completed 30 years' serhuge field there.
MIIS. W. I'BKTT
Red Bank 0-1391-M
Sadie Hines. Present were Mrs. vice with Esso Standard Oil comJust before he went out of office Marjorle Russell, Mrs. Lena Suther- pany .July B, and was honored nf.
MILS. .1. IIORCBINO
Rod Bank ft-3174
Driacoll was enthusiastic about land, and Mrs. William Sutherland a luncheon at the Elizabeth Carteret
MIIS. n. TIT.MA.V
Middletawn VO357J
building a commercial field in the and daughters Susan and Carol and hotel, given by Esso's New Jersey
vicinity of Lakewood. He said such Barbara Anne, Mrs. Jennie Van- division management.
a field could be served by the Gar- Duyne, Mrs. Dorothy Fisher, Mrs. Mr. Oakerson, who stnrtRd as a
den State Parkway and the New Helen Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. messenger In Newark in 1925, Is
Jersey Turnpike.
Jack McGrath, Mrs. Emma Morris manager of personnel and public reand Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bowles.
lations at Esso's New Jersey divistakewood Flan Out
ion, with offices at 500 North Broad
Mr. and Mrs. James Kelly and st..
Drlscoll's enthusiasm was not daughter
Elizabeth.
Paula
of
Washington.
D.
shared by airline officials. They
G. W. Butler, division manager,
said a port in that area would In- C, were week-end sucsta of Mr. presented Mr. Oakerson with a 30terfere with established night lines and Mrs. Andrew Kelly.
year service pin.
now used by overseas and transcontinental planes employing LaSea Bright
Tinlon Falls
Guardla and Idlewild in New York.
A special joint meeting of memMrs. Eime Callon of Brooklyn
The Lakewood idea died apparbers of the Ladies' auxiliary and
ently without any official sorrow, spent the week-end with her son- of
Capt. David A. Walling; AmeriNor has there been any more in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs can Legion post was held Tuesday
Carl
W.
Swenson
of
Center
st.
talk about building a commercial
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Baumgart- at Pleasant inn.
airport in south Jersey. For several
The school picnic group or the
years Atlantic City officials had ner of Ocean ave. left Saturday Methodist
Welcome,
will loave the
hoped the Naval air station at Po- for Indianapolis, Ind., for a two church nextchurch
at 9:30 n. m.
Mr. and Mrs. George It. Hoffmlre.
mona would become a major com- week*', vacation. Mrs. Baumcart- for Kepwel Thursday
park, accompanied by
Wasn't it nice to be settled in
mercial field. Eastern Airlines and ner la the former Patricia Will.
Mrs. Thor Halverson, Mrs. Harry
your new home in timo. to have
a few others used the Pomona Dorothy Oest, daughter of Capt Mayberry,
Mrs.
Russell
Peterson,
fun
over the lone holiday weekstrip, but traffic apparently did and Mrs. Harry Oest, Center st. Mrs. James Brown, Mrs. SArah
end? You'll find it fun all through
not warrant further expansion.
and John MUeit of Staten Island Scott, Mrs. Hans Lund and Mrs.
the year, too.
spent a week's vacation with the Joan Bennett, teacher.
Oest family. Miss Oest Is employ- Mrs. Edward Carney Is a surgiThree Wedding
Jacob R. V. bl. Le/Jerts,
ed at the Veterans Administration cal patient in Fitkln hospital.
Anniversaries Noted
hospital in Brooklyn.
Miss Jean Mayberry of WashCharles T. Kilcomins,
EAST KEANSBURG—The wedMr. and Mrs. Samuel Nelson and ington. D. C, daughter of Mr. and
Route 39
dliig anniversaries of Mrs. Henry son Donald of Brooklyn spent the Mrs. Harry Mayberry, accompanied
Just North of Naval
Stover, Mrs. Oliver Holland and week-end with Mr. and Mr«, An- by a friend, spent the week-end
underpass
Mrs. Harold Cruse were celebrated drew Johnson of Church it.
at home.
Applebrook Farm
at the recent meeting of the Secret
James Ryan, son of Mr. and Mrs
The Ladies' auxiliary of the (lie
Mlddlctown Township
Paul club. Mrs. Fred Veth of high- Jack Ryan of River St., spent the company will meat Monday night
way 36 was 'hostess.
week-end at home from Virginia In the flre house. Mrs. Anthony
In July and August members will
The Methodist church will hold Monto, Sr., Mrs. Fred Murray and
attend shows and have dinners In a fair Friday and Saturday, July Mrs. Anthony Monto, Jr., will be
place of meetings. Mrs. Thomas 22 and 23, In front of the church.
hostesses.
Gorman will entertain at her home
in September. Also present were
Mrs. Clifford Gamache, Mrs. Joseph
Vesper, Mrs. James Fainey, Mrs.
Vincent Calabresa and Mrs. Lena
Wright.
DR. WARREN FOWLER
BY THE BEAUTIFUL SEA
Benefit Rumson Bulldog Boosters
Neptune Music Circus
Monday Evening, July 18, at 8:30 P. M
It Pays to Advertise in The Register
ERCHANTS
(%ft
STATEMENT OF CONDITION
June 30, 1935
DIRECTORS
• ASSETS
Cash and Due from Banks
Model House Now Open
RONALD W. ALLEN
President, Allen Brothers, Inc.
SHELTER COVE
Quinn, Doremui, McCue 4k
Russell
Fo«r MH«s NorHMasT^^asMRivw, N. J.
L. BAMBERGER & CO.
Nawatlc, M. J. *
Drapatby
CHARLES R. ENGLISH
SHERMAN'S
Chairman of the Board
!< 100 Watorfrant ami Pina Lots Avertable
• Complete For Yoar 'Round Living
* Private Bathing Booth
EDGAR N. McCLEES
Vic* President ft Secretary
i
KENNETH H. McQUEEN
President
JAMES S. PARKES
* Xaeht Basin With Rostaurant and
Scroons Included
3,748,231.63
264,757.14
Mortgages
2,936,246.94
Loan* and Discounts
2,623,404.90
Other Assets
32,577.93
TOTAL
$18,623,253.11
LIABILITIES
Vice President, LawM Coal
Co., Inc.
Preferred Stock
Common Stock
Surplus
R A Y S T I L L M A N - Owner and Developer
R. F. D., Toms River, N. J.
% 86,500.00
262,500.00550,000.00'
Undivided Profits
Preferred Stock Retirement
Fund
i
Deposits
,:
295,229.23
86,500.00
1,280.729.23
17,302,793 88
Reserves for Taxes and Other Liabilities
J . I . RUE, JR.
Exclusive Community For Discriminating Families
Directions:
Municipal and Other Bonds
Capital Funds t
PRICED FROM $7600-ERECTED ON YOUR LOT
":* r * - °"
5,793,143.04
President, English Motors
lUd lank, N. J.
FOR SUMMER OR YEAR 'ROUND OCCUPANCY
BUILT IN THREE WEEKS TO MEET YOUR REQUIREMENTS
* I W O " n i T h !Ai
* erH. ? d r O O ™ \ m. .A
U. S. Government Bonds
Banking House, Furniture & Fixtures
THOMAS P. DOREMUS
Boatman's ParadiM"—Established 1926
FuntfsKt*. by
$ 3,224,891.53
TOTAL
39,730.00
$18,623,253.11
President, Red Bank Dairy,
Inc.
DAVID W.v RUSSELL
Main Office—28 Broad Street
Red Bank, N. J.
President, Boro Buses
,
Through Tom* River on Star* Highway 37 to Fischer Boulevard. North One
" I , . Mile to Bay Avenue. East to Barnegat Bay.
HARRY C. F. WORDEN
Branch—Fair Haven Shopping Center
Fair Haven, N. J.
Warden Funeral Home
MEMBER
FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
1
South Through Laurelton and Silverton Following Seaside Heights Signs On
Route 549 To Bay Avenue.
.
FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM
BED BANK TtEGISTEB, JULY 7,1955
Vige Sixteen
Shop daily 9:30 to 5:30.
STET
ASBUHY PARK — RID •AMR V
C O M P A
N'fl
Red Bank store open Friday 'til 9.
Asbury Park store open Wednesday 'til 9. '
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Also available in half-sizes.
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29.95
Kllht:
Pleated skirt and long torso jacket. Black
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35.00
•UITS, Itctnrf Tim.
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Men's 2.95 and 3*95 >
Famous-make Cotton
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2.29
Cool Junior Cottotts
For the beach, the boat or the golf course, fine
Ordinarily 10.98 to 14-98
5*00
combed cotton shirts. arc so cool end comfort*
able! As popular with women, as with the men,
these shirts wash easily and need no ironing.
Choose from a handsome selection of .colors.
Summer cottons . . . always a cool crisp tight; and especially tempting at
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1
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RED BANK REGISTER
VOLUME LXXVIII, NO. 2
Progress Noted
In Mental
Retardation Work
Edward' Johnslone
Diicugges Problem
For Marlboro Auxiliary
Four County Driver*
Have Licenses Revoked
TRENTON— Frederick J. Gassert, Jr., director of motor' vehicles this week announced 51 license revocations under the point
system.
Thrqe Monmouth county men on
he list included John L. Brand,
31, of 188 Maple ave., three speeding charges, license revoked for
one month; Alvin Newman, 21,
Long Branch ave., Long Branch,
speeding, careless driving, impropr passing and stop sign, license
revoked two months; Harold'R.
Payne, 23, Manasquan, three specdng charges, license revoked one
month, and William G. Bernet, 30,
of 362 South St., Eatontown, speeding and leaving the scene of an
accident, three months' revocation.
RED BANK, N. J., THURSDAY, JULY 7,1955
Thatcher Joins
Worden Home
Ralph "Jack" Thatcher, 2d, of
25 Shadow Lake dr., River Plaza,
recently became associated' with
the Worden funeral home, 60 East
Front st.
Thatoher was born Jan. 17, 1917
in Trenton, son of Mrs. Florence
Hill Thatcher and the late Ralph
Thatcher. He Is a graduate of
Trenton Central high school. Peddle Preparatory school at Hightstown, and Mercer Junior college of
Princeton with an associate of
arts degree in industrial management.
Following service of an apprenticeship with his father in the fu-
New Grand Knight
Assumes Duties
William T. Wichmann presided
at his first meeting Tuesday as the
new grand knight of Red Bank
council, Knights of Columbus.
Mr. Wichmann appointed Carl
Bathgate chairman of the publicity committee, assisted by Michael
Anderson and Frank Little. Daniel Ferrara was named "six point"
chairman and Leo Fisk, Catholic
activities chairman.
Mr. Wichmann announced that
Martin J. Vaccaro, past grand
knight of Asbury Park council,
has been appointed district deputy
for this area of the state and will
over activities of the Red Bank
council.
Mr. Wichmann complimented the
membership for its "excellent atendance," despite the heat. Rereshments were served.
MARLBORO — Edward J. Johnstone, president of' the Woods
school at Langhorne, Fa., spoke on
"Old and New Developments in the
Field of Retardation" at the meeting of the Woman'a auxiliary of
the «t*te hospital yesterday in the
hospital nurses' lounge.
The speaker outlined some of the
research work being done and
praised the program of the National
Association for Retarded Children,
which, although just six years old,
has a membership that has almost
reached the international point. He
also mentioned dome points to be
considered in working for mental
retardation and said medical, eduSHREWSBURY — The mayor
cational and economic factors are and
council Tuesday night heard
important but that the basic fac- Joseph
J, Seaman, borough auditor of understanding is within* the tor, report
that this municipality
family and domestic circle.
RUMSON—The Joseph G. Mei In "excellent financial condiCue agency of Rumson has recentMrs. J. Berkeley Gordon of Marl- tion."
ly-sold
the estate of Mrs. W. Stroboro, chairman of patient services,
Saying the borough has a cash
ther Jones at Locust to Louis G.
askedrfor volunteers to help in the surplus of $193,000 and "nothing in
auxiliary's clothing shop, Vanity the way of debt," he complimented
Kelly of Wayne, Pa. It embraces
Fair. Mrs. August Rogan of Bel- the
11 acres of high rolling land and
officials for preparing budgets
mar, the ehop's director, made an which
a.djoins the estates of Townsend
produced surpluses the past
appeal for summer clothing for three years.
B. Martin, Alec C. Swenson and
The taxpayers came
women in large sizes.
Alfred E. Poor. Buildings consist
" The auxiliary will stage a food in for praise, too, Mr. Seaman
of a frame residence, containing
gale July 19 in the hospital Jigger saying tax collections last year
10 rooms and four baths, overlookwere 93.42 per cent, best ,in five
shop.
ing the Naveslnk river and Hartsyears. He explained that the high
home hills. It was erected by the
Mrs. William Zlllger of Little percentage of taxes paid permitted
late Mrs. Sylvanus^ Reed when
Silver, membership chairman, apborough to appropriate less in
pealed for new members and said the
the area to the east and south was
orientation classes will start in the uncollccted taes account.
devoted to a golf course. Other
"Jack"
Thatcher
Mr.
Seaman
later
•
was
reapOctober. Membership application
buildings Include a stable with 10
(
blanks may be obtained from Mrs. pointed.
stalls and brick garage acneral directing and embalming pro- box
ZUIger or the auxiliary president,
In other business, council intro- fession,
commodating five cars. The new
he
graduated
from
the
Mrs. John B. Green of Locust.
duced an amendment to an ordiSchool for Em owner will occupy the property
Guests Included Mrs. Otis • Sea- nance providing for the improve- RenouardinTraining
New York city in 1941. as his permanent home,
man, Mrs. Charles Harrison and ment of Laurel st. The change In- balmers
Sr., owned and conMiss Marie Scanlan has purehasMrs. Frank Altschul, Little Silver; creases the amount to be taken Mr. Thatcher,
the Thatcher, funeral ser- cd through the same agency the
Mrs. John V. Thaler, Mrs. Roy from the capital improvement fund ducted
vice
at
986
South
Broad
St.,
Trenranch type residence belonging to
VanPelt and Mrs. Edward T. Jack- from $5,500 to $7,500. At the June
iewlcz, Matawan; Mrs. Norman P. meeting, council received a bid ton, for 40 years before his retire- Ronald G. Stagg. It is located on
Tulip lane, Pine Ridge, Rumson,
Bates, Holmdel; Mrs. -W. Hoyt from Thomas Farrell, local con- ment and death in 1952.
Scharff, Englishtown, and Mrs, tractor, for $6,512.04—a figure that
In 1942,. Jack entered the Army and includes seven large rooms,
two
tiled baths, with two-car atLaura Donovan, Freehold.
was $3,036.46 lower than the next and was honorably discharged in
1944. During that period he served tached garage. The seller, formerly
closest bidder.
connected with the Prudential InAn ordinance providing for the overseas in the European, Afri- surance company in Newark, has
Improvement of Monroe ave. was can, Middle Eastern theaters of transferred his residence to Indiadopted on final reading. That operations.
In 1950, Mr. Thatcher was em- anapolis, Ind.
project Is estimated to cost $11,Dr. Robert E. Seader of Eliza800, $600 of which was approprl< ployed at the Ben Falrless Steel
ated In the budget. Council hopes Works In Morrisvillc, Pa., by beth has sold his two and one-half
to be able to pay the balance from Walsh, Perrini, Groves and Slat- story frame residence, near the
Its surplus account, but It will not tery Construction company as a end of Waterman ave., Rumson,
act on that proposal until Bor- Junior engineer in the open hearth to Edward F. Buczek of Clark
ough Attorney Leon Reussille .sub- and sheet and, tin mill areas. Short- township, N. J. The property fronts
"Red Bank Borough Council has mits a legal opinion.
ly after that he moved to his home 90 feet on the Shrewsbury river
approved the installation of parkin River Plaza and was employed and includes nine rooms and three
ing meters—but does that mean the
Would Invest With Boro
in the Matawan-Rcd Bank area baths.
buying public also approves?
for
the Garden State parkway «s
According to Councilmeh George
In- co-operation with the Ella
"Most retailers agree with their L. Bielitz and David W. Russell, junior engineer, for various conChamber and Borough Council that state. la\y. permits council to In tractors in. section seven of the Wiltshire agency, til* McCue office
meters must be installed if wo are vest~*it8~fsurplua. funds. State law parkway from the Raritan river sold for Russell A. Strbthmsn his
to attract more shoppers from this also prohibits capital improvements bridge south to Toms River. FoP six-room r«iKcnce on the West
expanding area into Red Bank. By of $10,000 or more without issuing lowing the opening of the park- sid* of Binghun ave., Rumson, to
providing better parking, we will bonds. What Mr. Bielitz and 'Mr. way, he was employed as an elec David C. Jones,' of Matawan. Mr.
discourage competition from out- Russell actually want to do is to tronics Inspector at Lavoie labora- and Mrs. Strothman plan to move
to Los Angeles, Cal.
lying areas. But many of our pres- Invest borough money with the tories at Morganville.
erlt and potential customers may borough. They pointed out that the
Mr.
Thatcher
is
a
member
of
St.
not understand."
i
borough would save the cost of is- Michael's Episcopal church at
The above arc the introductory suing bonds as well as Interest.
Trenton. He also is a member of
paragraphs of a circular letter
Mr. Reussille and Mr. Seaman Fraternal lodge, 13»,, Free and Acmailed yesterday by the Retail' Indicated
they
believe
such
a
procepted Masons of Trenton and the
Trade Committee of the Red Bank
is possible, but council de- Scottish Rite and Crescent Temple
Community Chamber of Commerce cedure
cided
to
delay
action
until
the
atof Trenton. In 1947, he married
to Chamber members.
torney submits his final opinion.
MIDDLETOWN — Ace Dustln
Lyons, daughter of Mrs.
The . Retail Trade Committee is Council will hold a special meet- Verna
Adelaide Dederlck and the late Palmer, 17, of South Fountain ave.,
composed of George Yanko, chair- Ing Tuesday night.
Charles
Lyons
of
Matawan.
They
Springfield,
Ohio, died Friday, while
man; Bernard H. Natelson, Bev.
business, council adopt- have two sons, Brent Jay, two and swimming In Tintern Manor, MonAnderson, Max Klarin, David Ben- edInanother
amendment to the ordinance a half years, and Barry Scott, six mouth Consolidated Water comnick, William A. Magee, Arthur J. governing
the planning board's months old.
pany's reservoir near Phalanx-LinLynch, Fred E. Straus, Donald Brea- rules and regulations.
It extends
croft rd.
low, Howard Sherman, Bon S. Clif- to 90 days the time which
may
ton, Sam F. Cottonoff, H. H. Gilbert elapse between a developer's filTwo Fort Monmouth military poand Edward Carroll,
licemen nearly lost their lives trying of a. map and the planning
The letter further states: "It is board's action on it. Also In the
ing to save Palmer—Pvt. Jesse A.
vital that we explain the neces- amendment will be provisions to
Coats, 17, and Pvt. Vincent Figlioll,
sity of meters to these people," and help restrict barracks-type house
20. Coats told police Palmer was
"It is vital that people working in construction.
a
home town friend, who had come
,
Red Bank understand that meters Councilman Harold McCormlck,
FORT MONMOUTH—The Hexa- east a few days ago with Coats,
mean a better living for them."
of the police committee, gon building's new cafeteria, which who had been on furlough. Palmer
The committee also states in their chairman
asked the borough attorney to will seat 1,300 patrons at a time, had hoped to gain employment in
letter: "Your Chamber of Commerce draft
an ordinance to prohibit will be officially opened next Mon- this section, Coats said.
is planning a professional public re- heavy trucking
day, Col. Earle F. Cook, commandAfter getting themselves back
on Thomas ave.
lations campaign. Frankly, we're
Bielitz complimented ing officer at . the Signal Corps safely to shore, the soldiers drove
out to do a selling job—selling the theCouncilman
department and fire com; Engineering laboratories, will offi- to Lincroft to summon help from
.benefits of meters to the consumer. panypolice
participating la last ciate at a brief ribbon-cutting cere- the first aid squad. Red Bank and
"To put it over we need the finan- month'sfor
mony at 11:30 a. m.
East Keansburg first aid squads
Qivil
Defense test.
cial help of every progressive-mindFollowing the formal opening, the also responded/The Red Bank aid
e.d business person in Red Bank.
new dining area will be open for men located the body with a grapThis campaign will cost about $1,breakfast from 7 to 7:45 a. m., and pling hook in about ten feet of
500, twice as much as a good onefor
lunch from 11:30 a. m. to 1:15 water. -,
day, town-wide promotion, but this
p. m. The cafeteria will service
Coats said he did not know what
is a campaign that will mean better
personnel
from both the Hexagon was wrong with the drowned boy.
business all-year-round for every
and
Watson
laboratories
areas.
KEANSBURG — Mrs. Ann Nor- Special music will be provided He said he had gone about 50 feet
one of us."
from shore -when he heard PalThe Retail Trade committee in man, manager of the Chamber of opening day.
mer's cry for help. He swam back
Commerce.^&nnounced
this week
this educational
campaign promoDe
The new cafeteria will be oper- to the desperate Palmer, who, he
tion wll(
assisted by the pro- that plans Wvc'been completed for
fessional advice of Halsted & Van a meeting next Thursday to discuss ated by Szabo Food Service of said, pulled himvunder water three
Chicago.
times. Figlioll started to help, but
the
Middlesex
county
sewec
system
Vechten, Inc., of Wharf ave., adverThe new eating center covers he too was pulled under. Coats
tising counselors, who will prepare line which is proposed to empty
11,500
square
feet.
The
modern
kitsaid the two had barely enough
the copy and supply the illustra- irp'o Raritan bay. The meeting will
be held at 8 p. m. at, Balbacli's chen takes up an additional 7,000 strength to crawl ashore after
tions for the campaign.
square feet. With the eventual their attempted rescue.
At the bottom of the letter there auditorium.
is a place for the Chamber member Invitations to attend have been opening of additional units, the
to pledge the amount he Is willing sent to officials of the state health, customer potential of, the cafeteria
to spend toward this parking meter water pollution and shell fisheries will be an estimated 4,000 persons.
.The now cafeteria is decorated in
campaign. Same can be paid either departments and to Dr. Frank
directly by check; or the Chamber Mlele and George Johnson of the subdued green, has asphalt tile
will bill him later for the amount. Keansburg board of health. Invi- flooring, acoustical plaster ceiling
Checks can be made payable to the tations also- have been sent to May- and fluorescent lighting.
Red-Bank Community Chamber of or James J. Gravany and members
MIDDLETOWN—The first sesof the borough council and to
Commerce.
sion of New Jersey's new naviga
mayors and councilmcn of Key- Blair Helps on Study
port, Union Beach, Matawan, Mad- Of Juvenile Delinquency tlon court will be held here tomor
row at 7 p. m., according to Com
ison township, Middletown townDriver Fined
NEWARK — William R. Blair, missioner Joseph E. McLean of
ship, Raritan township, Atlantic
the
department of conservation
Jr.,
of
the
Red
Bank
law
firm
of
Highlands
and
Highlands.
$35 for Speeding
The proposed Bewer line would Parsons, Labrecque, Canzona and and economic development.
' HOLMDEL TOWNSHIP—Thomas empty into Raritan bay 4,500 feet Combs has been appointed Mon- The court, according to Com
E. Patrick of Caldwell was fined from the Keansburg shore line, ac- mouth county representative on missioner McLean, has been es
$35 recently by Magistrate Stanley cording to Mrs. Norman.
the committee of the New Jersey tabUahed to hear violations of state
atlhvell on a charge of speeding.
State Bar association which has regulations governing operation of
Others fined were Thomas Johnbeen appointed to make a detail- power boats and outboard motors.
DR. KOLARSICK ON BOARD ed
son of Cliff wood Beach and Zachstudy of the ,juvenile delinPeter J. Gannon, chief of the
SHREWSBURY
—
Mayor
John
ery Master of Newark, $20 each for
quency problem.
.' '
state bureau of navigation, has
ipecding; William E. Carson, Ber- H. Hawkins announced at TuesJoseph A. Rafferty of Glen Ridge been appointed magistrate of the
gonfield; George Wargc, Rosellc, day night's mayor and counci is chairman- of • .the 25-member
and Samuel Jacohsen, Somervillc, mooting the appointment of Dr. panel. Lionel P. Kristeller qf this navigation court, which has been
$15 each for speeding; John Cauc- A. J. Kolarslck to the board of place, association president, an- divided Into two parts. Part one
will servo the mountain lakes rechla, Mlllburn, Paul J. Piscotta health.. Dr. Kolarstck succeeds W. nounced the, appointments.
gion of northern New Jersey
Jersey City, and Mary Louise Vllet S. Krayblll, who resigned,
while part, two .will cover south
Cranford, $15 each for careless
Jersey and the yencral tidewater
SlcplienviJIe
Group
driving.
ROTA11Y TO INSTALL
area. Eugene H. Mulvey, bong
Also Hawkum Carr, Bedmlnater,
New
officers
of
the
Red
Bank
To
Picnic
Sept.
28
Branch, Is clerk ot part two.
$15 for mailing a wrong turn and Rotary club will he Installed at tocausing 'an accident; Salvatoro R. day's meeting at 12:15 p. m. at the
MIDDLETOWN — The Stephen- Court will be held here at town
Nlgra, Patorson, $18 for passing on Molly Pitcher hotel. William Smith vllle Civic association will hold lta ship hall at 7 p. m. on tho follow
the wrong side; John F. McCon- of Long Branch, a past district annual picnic Sunday, Sept, 28, it Ing Fridays after tomorrow: July
noll, Fanwood, and Edward Wot- govornor, will be the Installing of- •was announced lant week at a meet 22, Aug. 5 and 19, and Sept. 9
and 23.
2cl, Hillside, $10 each for passing ficer.
Ing in Louis' restaurant.
•
on tho wrong side; Charles A. WalWelcomed to membership \v'e.o
Part two court .sessions will alBO
ters of Lavaletto and Anthony L.
James Connell, Joseph Tomaso and be held in Sea Isle City, Absecon,
Hinio Form*
Grecla, Carlton Hill, MO each for
Application* far blnuu und raffle It William Waltsak. Discussed at the Seaside Park and Point Pleasant.
failure to stop at stop signs, and veniGH may be obtained at the lob print- meeting were subjects, such as mail Tho first sessions arc scheduled toOlda Hart, Stanhope, $10 for pass- lug detmrttnent of The Roirlatei-, W« delivery, schools and road Improve day at Seaside Park and Point
have all neoealary form* on hand. Call
ing- a medial strip on a highway.
merits.
'
Pleasant
RB 6.0010.—Adv.rtlitmint.
Borough Finances
Termed Excellent
W. S. Jones Estate
Sold at Locust
Campaign Will
Show Why Meters
Are Necessary
Youth Drowns
In Tintern Manor
Hexagon Cafeteria
.To Open Monday
Meeting Called
To Discuss Sewer
Navigation Court
Starts Tomorrow
Roberts Heads
Bayshorc Scouts
ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS- Howard W. Roberts of New Monmouth
will head the scout organization in
the Bayshore area and Robert Lyon
of Applebroolt farm, Mldrllotnwn,
will serve as vice chairman for tho
area.
10c PER COPY
AVi Week-End Accidents
Despite Heavy Traffic
Thn fourth of July w
in I{<MI Hank was iinmnrrpd by
ii sini;lr automobile ncciilmt
• li'spite I he lii-avii'st Inline" nf
11«< j-i-nr Friday mill Saturday,
lirrnrflinir In Pnlli'ii Clili-f Krnnk
\V. ItiiitliiT. Mi' Miiil it tms thn
first wcrk-rnd ho can ri'iiwmbi'r
fiat there wrrc; tut arcldcnl:*
hi.'rr.
Members of Hie regular pnllep
«l<!parinirnt won*, supplemented
over the week-end by memlMTS
nf tho pollen reserves who stood
truflle. duty. Pollen dipt. Leroy
McKnlglit Is director of the.
reserves.
For All Departments Call
RE 6-0013
SECTION TWO—PAGES 1 TO 12.
Council to Review Delinquent
Water Bills; Some Go Back to1937
Pilgrim Baptist
Dedicates Sunday
Mrmbi-rs nt Pilgrim Baptist
church will hold formal flnilicaUon'
ceremonies Sunday in their new
huildhitf. Win former Reformed
church, oil Khrowflhury avt*. Rev.
H. h. Morgan, pastor, is In charge
of tho services, which start at 3
p. m.
Seek Opinions
On Jet Air Base
ATLANTIC TOWNSHIP—Whether «r not local nlHclalH will Inke. a
st.'iml on the. nintler of a Now Jersey N.-itinn.'ll Guard jet. :ii|- hnpe In
Wall township will probably be decided when tho township committee
meets July 28.
Howard W. ltoberts
The matter was discussed at.
Thursday night's mooting when
CommlttPO appointments and M.'iyor William Miles suKKCHtod
plans for the expansion of tho Boy that, residents wishing to comment
Scout work 'n the Middk>luu-n, At- on the proposal coma to tho next
lantic Highlands and Highlands meeting.
sections of the county were comCommit!ecmon Wind W. DoGroot
pleted by the executive committee and
David Timldniski were of the.
of the district June 29.
opinion the township's stand would
Mr. Roberts pointed out Hint not affect tho. federal government's
the boy-membership in tho area decision if it actually wants to make
Hv.w H. L. iiturgim
had reached 762 scouts in 2!) units, Monmouth County Airport a jot
but because of tho increase in popu- IKISO. George J, Dittmur, Jr., chair- TMljjrlm Baptist church has been
lation in the section, a 1.000 hoy- man of tho planning board, Raid, nnlf'tf on Ponil si., for -10 years.
membership is anticipated in tho however, the base would cause a Thn parish recently purchased the
next two years.
noise, problem for every one. in thu new hulUHnj;. flcv. C. P. Williams,
pastor of Second Baptist church In
In addition tot serving as vice- county.
chairman of the district, Mr. Lyon
Township Attorney Richard' R. Long Branch, will deliver tho dedwill continue as the bond of the Stout was dirceted to prepare an ication sermon, Tho choir of his
organization extension committee. opinion as to whether or not the church will provide music.
William Pickles of Middletown was all-night use of liny drying mach- Following thn coremoninrf, a renamed camp chairman and Russell inery on a, township farm creates a ception for members ami guests
Gray of Fairvicw will serve as nuisance by endangering health. Mr. will follow hi thn church dining
activities chairman. Morgan Knapp PcGroot Haid ho does not want to hall." Mrs. Hilda Johnson is chairof Middletown was "onamed ad- impose hardship on farmers, hut man.
vancement chairman of the area. rosidontR in Che Tinton Falls area Children of the Sunday-school will
eet for tho first time in the now
The leadership training and finance had complained about tho noiso
building at 10 a. m. Regular serchairmanships are yet to bo an- caused by the machinery.
nouncd.
Tho expenditure ol $12,788 for a vices will follow at 11 a. m. with
tho combined choirs of the church
J. Francis Uauch of Now Mon- now Seagravc 1,000-gallon tank providing music.
mouth and Harold Copeland of Bel- truck and pumper- was approved.
The
committee
expects
to
introford will represent the district on
the county executive board. Free- duce an ordinance. July 28, which
holder Victor E. Grossinger of will prohibit parking on the south
Middletown and Crawford Comp- side of Colt's Neck-Freehold rd. in
ton of Belforil will serve as coun- Colt's Neck. The measure is decil members at large from tho Bay- signed to relievo accident hazardj.
shore area. Albert Quackenbush of
Atlantic Highlands will servo as
FREEHOLD— Verdicts totaling
commissioner of the district.
$9,500'' \yere "rendered by Judge
Other members Include Walter
John C. Giordano, sitUnir without
Burkhardt, Wlllb.ir. Jakes, Ned
a jury in Supnrlor court last wnck,
Houston, Edward Harburn, Albert
in
favor of Jeremiah \V. Vashoy
Edwards and Arvid Hanson, all of
of 537 Cambridge ave., Union
Middletown.
FREEHOLD— Peter Sciallo of Beach, anil members of his family
Meetings of the district commit- 171 Freneau ave., Matawan, re- as a result of an auto collision in
tee will be held the first Monday- of ceived a settlement of $1,750 Hopcwcll May 16, J95-1.
each month, starting Oct. 3, with Thursday for Injuries ho suffered
The verdict resulted from a setan executive coinmiltpn meeting in an auto accident Feb. 27, 1854 tlement negotiated by Theodore J.
called for Sept. 23, Mr. Roberts at the •Asbury ave. traflic circle In Labrecque of Parsons, Labrecque,
Neptune.
said.
Canzona and Combs, attorneys for
The settlement was made by at- tho Vashey family, and Kenneth J.
Other members of tho district torneys
Gaudious aiid Dawea of Trenton, attorney for
committee include representatives DomenlckforP.Samuel
of 178 Gar- Mr. ami Mrs. Jake Laney of Skillof the Institutions sponsoring scout- flelU ct., LongGaudious
Branch, driver and man, the defendants.
Ing which will give a 30-m nn ad- owner, 'respectively,
of a car in
ministrative committee for ihe which Sciallo was riding
According to Mr. Labrecque Mr.
when the
area.
car left the highway, ali'iking a Vashey's car, driven by his son
Scout Executive J. Fred 13111011, polo and turning over. Sciallo, who Ronald, was boinff driven along
representing Monmouth Council o[ was residing "on Wyckorf rd., Eat- Hopewoll rd. just outside HopeBoy Scouts, attended the organisa- ontown, at the time, suffered lac- well, when a car owned by the detion meeting.
erations of the face, noso. arms fendants skidded across the center
and chest and was under the care ol the highway and collided huudon with the Vashey car. It- was
of Dr. Leo C. Rocco.
that the Lancy car went
Tile settlement was made as the claimed
of control because it was becaso was called for trial before out
driven too fast-and tho driver
Judge John C. Giordano and a ing
was not watching the road.
jury.
Riding
in the Vashey car with
A companion suit, in which
Ronald 'were his sister, Mrs. BerPolice Chief Frank W. Rcuther George \V. Applcgatc and John nico Mono, also of Union Beach,
submitted the quarterly police re- Powall were plaintiffs, was settled and her two children, Linda Morro.
port to the mayor and council at at the same time. Applogatc and age 3, and Ida Mac Morro, age 6.
Powall also were passengers In the
their meeting Tuesday night.
All of the occupants were injured
The l eputl sliuvvtj lliuru wu.s a cur and received loon ncrioua In- and taken to the Princeton hosjuries.
A settlement in tha sum
total of 80 accidents (luring the
pital.
second quarter as follows: 69 auto of $1,250 was entered in their favor.
La3t week was the last of schedSciallo was represented by Thewith auto; six auto with pedestrian; three auto with pole nnd odore J. Labrecque of Parsons, La- uled trials before Judge Giordano
two auto with other objects. Am- brecque, Canzona and Comb3. and this caso was the last heard by
bulance calls dispatched from po- Thomas F. Shebell represented Ap- him before tho beginning of the
plefjate and Powall. The defend- summer recess. It was settled as
lice headquarters totaled 69,
ants were represented by Edward it was called for trial. Because of
Members' of tho department in- E,
the children, friendly judgments
Kucblcr of Newark.
vestigated 282 complaints. Twelve
were entered as follows: Bernicc
dog bite cases were reported to
Morro, $1,000; Linda Mono, 56,the board of health, nnd 14 dog
000;
Ida Mae Morro, ^750; Ronald
complaints were investigated. A First. Jazz Concert
Vashey, $800, and Walter Vashey,
total of 214 lights was reported out
$950.
by officers. Two children were re- Tonight at -Sea Bright
ported lost and were located and
SEA
BRIGHT—Tho
first
in
a
of six persons reported missing. series of jazz concerts sponsored by
five were located.
the Chamber of Commerce will be
Police investigated four sudden held tonight at the borough bathing
deaths, recovered one car stolnn pavilion on Ocean ave.
here and recovered one stolen car
The concerts will bo held every
for another department.
Thursday for six wcek3 under
NEW YORK CITY—Charles M.
Police made 55 arrests as fol- Chamber auspices and will feature
lows: burglary, two; breaking and Harold Miller and his orchestra Hilton, president of Browning King
entering, one; desertion, non-sup- and guest stars. An added attrac- company, 241 Broadway, will serve
port, four; disorderly conduct, 31; tion tonight will he Jean Weslic, as chairman of the clothing division
grand larceny, two; petit larceny. vocalist. There will be no charge, in the 1955 Sister Elizabeth Kenny
one; violation of borouph ordi- for tho concerts and free parking Polio Foundation fund appeal,
scheduled for August.
nances, three; arrested under dis- .-will be provided.
Goal o£ tho commerce and Indusorderly persons act, six; auto lnrtry campaign In Greater New York
ceny, one; assault with a dangeris $200,000 toward the overall Eastous weapon, one; bookmaltlng, two 2(1 Sulk Inoculations
ern nrea figure of $551,000.
and receiving stolen goods, one.
"We must not mislead ourselves
Of the 66 persons arrested, -18 Here Tomorrow
Into believing that polio is dewere men and seven were wonion.
The Keel Hunk bonrd nf hotlltll feated," Mr. Hilton said. "It Is not.
Of those arrested, 24 were between
30 and 40 years of ago. Other ar- will offer the second Sulk anti- Polio Is still with us. Science is
rests according to ago groups wire polio vuechif) tomorrow to all making advancements, but much
as follows: 16-18< two; 18-20, two; lied Hank children who received remains to be done. The present
20-30, ten; 40-50, nine; 50-60. six; their first shot June 15 nnd whoso supply of preventativo vaccine is
60-70, two; 70-80, one, and 80 to jmrentN want them (o httvc it, ac- limited.
cording In Vincent I*. Horan,
"Tho Kenny treatment continues
90, one,
to be the' best hope ot polio vicTho value of property stolen to- health ollk-i-r.
tims
for recovery. Kenny facilities
Clinics .III he held al I) a. in.
taled $2,0-13, of which $1,150 worth
Inniiirrinv lit Mechanic Street anil stand ready today to treat not only
was Iccoveicd.
A total of 373 summonses was Jiivcr Struct M'IIIION nnil at 111 new cases but to rehabilitate old
Issued for traffic violations. Of a. in. for -"it- •IIIIIII'*I Knimmnr Ctl
"Thn Kenny treatment i3 tree.
the fines and court costs collected sehool children In Hint school's
$1,068 went to thp. borough, ami r.Hnlr. KlUllilr. OHklnnd Street Tho K«nny Foundation depends en$1,199 went to the slate and hi'hnnl children «ri> In report, to tirely upon public contributions for
Kiver SI rnel. school. A child re- support of Its progra'm, which incounty,
porting- for Inoculation must bn cludes polio research and training
aeeoiupnnlod by » |inrcnt. or some therapists besides treating patients."
BOAT CLUB DANCE
other adult.
Mr. Hilton, who resides on SycaA dance sponsored by the auxilmore avo., Shrewsbury, is a memiary of Monmouth Boat club Saturber of the Bankers club and Lambs
Typewriter Bargalni
day night at the clubhouse -wns at
All maKCH. now und reconditioned. Also club
tended by 200 |IQISOIIB. Mrs. How tultlitiK miiL'hlnert. Low u» SIW fit> Guur
nrd L. Ungorcr, Jr., was chairman uulL't-il l.iliural Iraclo-ln HlloWHncei>. LIIHI
Pm-« it rlpHti I-RC Haiitd u-nsti. Auto
George Ruddy and hio orchestra tormn. Srrpico'n, lot Monmouth At. RE Laundry,
l'l L«onaril at., off Dridue ave,
O-OtSB. Ne»t to Carlton theater.—Ad
provided music,
—Advertisement,
/ertUoment,
$9,500 Awarded
Vashey Family
$1,750 Settlement
For Sciallo
Council Receives
Police Report
Hilton Heads
Kenny Polio Fund
f.S.
The mayor and council Tuesday
night decided to review delinquent
water bills, and make every possibe effort to collect them. E. Allaire Cornwell, attorney, informed
council that the unpaid bills became automatic lens on the property involved. Borough Auditor
Herbert. A. Carusoe suggested that
If a letter ot final appeal wers
not effective, that the liens bs
sold. Sonm ot the old bills go back:
to 1937.
Council decided to rent a safe
deposit box at the Second National
bank for government bonds and
other valuable borough papers.
This was included in a. Hat of many
better business practices recommended by Mr. Carusoe.
Everett C. Baynton, chairman of
the police committee, announced
that the bnrough had an accidentfree Fourth or July. "There was
only one arrest for a fireworks
violation," Mr. Baynton said.
Mr. Baynton told the council
that Police Chief Frank Reuther
was making arrangements with
the state police for rarlar speed
control on the main approaches
to the borough. Mr. Haynton said
no date had been set for starting the program.
An amendment to tho zoning
ordinance, currectlng a mistake
on the- Dr. H. Oscar A. Kraut
property at 33 Harding rd,, was
held up until the next meeting
in two wopks to clarify tho effect
of the amendment on Hudson ave.
Thn Dr. Kraut property was originally zoned as business, but was
forgotten when the ordinance was
amended lo change the property
on the opposite side of the street.
An amendment waa passed increasing the size of single houses
In A zone to 1,250 square feet, and
single dwelling units in B zone
to 750 square feet.
Mr. Carusoe'.i report on better
business practices was discussed
briefly. With reference to 18 recommendations. Mayor Katharine
Elkus White said, "I think some
of these are excellent, but we
should go over them quite carefully."
Tool Engineers
To Form Chapter
A group of industrialists met at
the Molly Pitcher hotel last night
to lay tho groundwork for establishing a local chapter of the
American "Society ot Tool Engineers.
Representatives attended from
Fort Monmouth Experimental laboratories, Electronic Associates of
Long Branch, Lavoie laboratories
of Matawan, Wihtol Industries ot
Eatontown, Signal Engineering
company of Long Branch, Boll
Tolephono laboratories of Holmdel
and Bcndix Aviation corporation
of Eatontown.
Re-presenting tho national offlcn
of tho society were Marvin J.
Bunting, staff administrator from
Detroit, Mloh., and Carl Kertesz
of New York city.
Marvin J. Bunting, staff administrator, described the growth of
the organization since 1932 and
said it stands as on'e of the country's foremost engineering societies, with 128 chapters and 32,000
membqrs. The society has funds
set aside for research study In tool
engineering. In addition to research, scholarship awards are
made annually to outstanding students majoring in engineering. Mr.
Bunting pointed out that every
two years the organization sponsors A.S.T.E. industrial expositions
in various part3 of tho country.
Mi'. Kcrtcsz, vice president of
tho Design Tool corporation of
New York city, talked on the needfor a strong and intelligent membership, not only for the defense
ot this country, but also for the ( N
future of the scientific peace-time
growth of this nation and tha
world.
The society functions to educate
and inform people interested In
the tool engineering profession
and to keep tool engineers posted
on the latest changes that are being made In new machines and
processes.
Tool engineering Is a branch of
engineering in industry, function
of which is to plan the process
of manufacture, supply the tools,
and integrate the facilities required for production of given products
with a minimum expenditure of
time, labor and materials.
Anyone interested in becoming
a member of the proposed chapter
in this area should contact John
L. Webster of Woodmere ave,,
Rumson.
Social Service
Theater Party
The Monmouth County Organization for Social Service have selected July 25 as their annual benefit
at the Neptuno Music Circus,
which is opening night for "South
Pacific." The organization has
taken over a block of 900 tickets
for the performance, and made arrangements for a "before the theater supper party" to bo held at
Jumping Brook Country club In
Neptune, starting at 6:30,
The county-wide c o m m 111 e a
working for the benefit will meet
Monday at the organization headquarters In tho Geraldine £*,
Thompson building on NovUi Riverside- ave. Mrs. K. Austin Kays
of Rumson and Mrs. Bernard
Whlto of Shrewsbury are- chairmen. Information for theater party
arrangements, and for the buffet
supper, may be obtained at the
Social Service offices.
RED BANK REGISTER, JULY T, »5R
CHRISTIAN SCONCE SOCIETY
Atlantic Highlands
The Sunday service Ii at 11 a. m.
in the library, Monmouth ave.
Naeesink. Sunday school at 11 a.
m. and Wednesday testimony meeting at 8:15 p. m. is at 44 Memorial
pkwy., this place. The reading room
Is open Mon.'ay through Friday;
holiday! esxepted, at the Memorial
pkwy. add»ess.
ST. ANDREWS EPISCOPAL
Highlands
At • e. ra. the third Sunday • (
each month, Holy Eucharist and
sermon. At t a. m. ether Sundays,
morning prayer and sermon. Church
school is at 10 a. m. Rev. Henry A.
Male Jr., Is dsacon-ln-charge. Rev.
Lleyd Patterson is visiting priest
EVERY WEEK
Looking
HOLY TRINITY LUTHERAN
BAPTIST
PBESBTTERtAN
. METHODIST
Red Bank
New Monmouth
Red Bank
Red Bank
At
the
9:45
a.
m.
service
Sunday
"Mattering Your Troubles" will
Rev, Roger J. Squire will deliver Rev. William E. Blsgrove, pastor,
ha the Mrtnon topic of Rev. Charles the pastor, Rev. Harold Hornberg- a aermon entitled "Is There Any will speak on "Jeaus and the
8. Webster at the 10 o'clock service er, will set aside 90 members of the iVord from the Lord?" at the 10 Scribes" Sunday at 10:50 a. m. The
Sunday. Thli will be the conclud- :ongregatton, who will be conse- a. m, service Sunday. John Ferris, senior choir will sing 'Peace I
Leave With You" under the direo
ing nrmiin In a series on the gen- crated to go forth to visit aJl the minister of music, wil! direct.
PHESBYTEBIAN
eral theme, "The Art of Self-Mu- members and friends of the conClara Tllton will play the organ Ion of Mrs. Marian Tatem, organ
Atlantic Highland!
Ury." Dr. Carl F. Mueller, minis- gregation. They will visit the prelude, "Prelude and Fugue" by 1st.
Rev. William O. Tolley, pastor,
ter of music, will preside at the homes of members to raise the Buxtehude, on the tower chimes, Bible school will meet at 9:40
will conduct the morning service
organ console. His organ medita- :a»h needed for the procurement Mrs. Richard Kohl, soprano, will a. m.
at
11 o'clock. Church school at 10
tion will be ('Invocation," Mailly, of the new Sunday-school building. sing '.'How Lovely Arc Thy Dwel- The pastor will speak on "When
ind "Mountain Idyl," Schminke, Following visitations, there will be >ings" by Llddlc and the chancel the Chief Shepherd Shall Appear" a. m.
The choir will rehearse nest
•nd his postlude will be "Fufue, in a report meeting at the otiuroh at choir will present "Praise to the at the 7:49 p. m. service.
Mid-week hour of prayer and Tuesday, at T;30 p. m.
(3 Minor."
o'clock.
Lord" by Whitehead.
The
session will nest next Thursstudy
will
be
Wednesday
at
7:10
The guest soloist will be Mrs. During the summer months chilAltar flowers will be the gift of
Thomas McClintock, alto, who will dren come to church with the Mrs. BeulaVt R. Coenan in memory p. m. The senior choir will te- day at I p. m.
ling "How Lovely Is the Hand of adults, to worship together with of her mother, Mrs. Hanna Rlechers* hearse at 8:30.
METHODIST
Ood" and "Out of the Deep."
hem. At the time or the sermon, and the gift of Audrey Senlon and Young People's meeting will be
Sea Bright
The ushers will be in charge of the children are excused to go to Calvin Carhart in remembrance of Thursday at 7 p. m. in the church.
those of ail ages will neat Sunday
James L. Davleon, assisted by Rob- the Sunday-sohool rooms to par- their father, John H. Carhart.
EMMANUEL
BAPTIST
at
8:48
a.
m.
Mrs. Eleanor Lindsay
ert M. Close, Arnold W. Oalhralth ticipate in a special summer time
The Wesley fellowship will meet
Atlantic Highlands
Is ijperintendent. The morning
and Charles A. Wolbach, Jr. Dr. religious education. The'time of it 9 p. m. l.i the fireplace room.
Rev. and Mrs. William F. Ham- worship service will be held at 11
Craig Crenshaw and Herman D._ worship for children and adults
The official uoard will meet next
mond, mlsatonaries under the South •'clock. Rev. Robert 8. Judge Is
Woolley will comprise the welcom is 9:45 a. m.
Tuesday at 8 p. m.
ing committee.
American
Indian mission, now on •astor.
The' pastor will be on vacation
The fourth quartorl;/ conference
During the hour of worship— July 17 to 31. At the regular ser- will be hold Friday, July 15, at 8 furlough, will be guest speakers at
from 10 until 11—a junior church vices at this time the seminarian, p. m. in the chapel with Dr. B, the 11 a. m, and 7:30 p. m. services
ALL SAINTS' EPISCOPAL
will be held in Westminster house Gotfred Jacobsen, a member of Harrison Decker, district superin- Sunday. Rev. and Mrs. Hammond
Naveslnk
for pupils from first grade through he congregation studying at the tendent, presiding. Officers will pre- are stationed in the mission field
Rev. Charles P. Johnson, rector,
eighth. A 1)rief devotional service Lutheran seminary at Gettysburg, sent yearly reports.
In Bolivia.
will offer Hely Communion at 8:80.
will be held, followed by the prcsen Pa., will be In charge.
Church school meets at 9:45 a. m The rector will deliver a sermon
Dally vacation Bible school will
tation of a religious motion picture,
Most activities of the congrega- end tomorrow. There will be a Mid-week prayer service is held at the Sunday prayer. service, at
A baby aittlng program will be pro- tion have been curtailed during graduation program . and Family Wednesdays at 8 p. tn.
11 o'clock.
vided for children prior to ilrst he summer. The Men's Brother- night tonight In Fellowship hall,
IN
grade in Westminster house.
METHODIST
hood will meet at the church Mon- starting at 7 o'clock.
OCEANVDBW COMMUNITY
Next Monday at 8 p, m. the board day night, July 18, at 8:15 p. m.
Miss Lucy E. Woglom has sucKeansburg
"<eon»rdo
of trustees will hold its monthly The newly-elected president, Rob- ceeded
Mrs. A. Melvln Morris as
Rev. Otto Janke, pastor, wil'
Sunday school will meet Sunday
matting in the Combs-DeVee me- ert Muller, will preside.
chairman
of
the
local
auxiliary
to
preach
on
the
"The
First
Liar's
10 a. m. in tha church.
morial «oom, with George W.
the Methodist home. A fair for the Club" Sunday at 8 a. m. and "Fate atThe
worship ssrvlee will be held
Orimnii Jr., president, presiding
home will be held Aug. 3, 4 and 5 or Freedom" at 11 o'clock.
BAPTIST
Sunday at 11 a. ra. with ReV. Kenon
Pitman
ave.,
Ocean
Grove.
The
Methodist
youth
fellowship
A. M. E. ZION
neth Oambell, pastor, ofRclaUng.
Red Bank
Bishop John Branscomb, of will hold a cake sale Friday at 9:80 U at 7:10 p. m.
Red Bank
Dr. George W. David, professor
ON
Fla., will be guest a. m. Profits will help send young
Rev. Charles E. Bourne, pastor, of theology at Crozer seminary, Jacksonville,
at an auditorium meeting people to summer camps,
MISSION
will preach at the 11 «. m. service Chester, Pa., will bo guest pastor preacher
in Ocean Grove Sunday at 7:30 Patrick Michael Glennon, Infant
Sunday. The Zlon Travelers, di- Sunday at the 10 a. m. service. His p.
Port Monmuutb
m.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Olennon
rected by Mrs. .Constance Brown, topic will be "Two Great Journeys
Itevi A. Donald Magaw, pastor;
Bray ave., East Keansburg, was uawrence
of Every Man." Robert Danes will
will aing.
Wise, Sunday-school subaptized Saturday.
EMBURY METHODIST
perintendent
Church school will meet at 9:45 be guest organist. Ushers will be
William
Stracener,
Glenn
Bowling,
Little
Silver
With Theie Desirable Features
a. m.
BELIGIOUS SOCIETY Of
SPIRITUAL
A special mortgage burning serRev. O. G. Goodwin of Aibury Tillman Lane and Kenneth Mauger
FRIENDS
(Quakers)
Belfard
Deacons'
greeting
committee
will
vice will be held on the lawn of
Park will speak at the anntvtrsary
• HUGE PAVED PARKING AREA FOR 100 CARS !
Shrewsbury
Rev. Phoebt Dalley will conof the Junior usher board Sunday be Victor Edelmann, William the parsonage at 3 p. m., with Dr. The Shrewsbury meeting of ReStracener, Bruce Austermuhl, as- B. Harrison Decker, superintendent
duet servieei. Sunday at I p. m.
at 8:J0 p. m.
• BUS SERVICE TO DOOR • GROUND OR UPPER FLOOR
ligious Society of Friend! (QuakThe Missionary aoelety will hold sisted by members of Circle one, of the New Brunswick district, ers), meets for worship i t l i t m. and Tuesday at J:W and • p ,m.
preaching and participating in the the First-day (Sunday), In the meetm. bake aale Saturday at the church. Women's fellowship.
CALVARY BAPTIST
9 Suitable for Doctors, Lawyers, Optometrists, Dentists, Ete.
A nursery will be conducted for burning of the mortgage on the
Mr*. Lillian Jordan it in charge.
Ing bouse at Broad st and SycaNorth Long Branch
Mid-week prayer services will be small children by members of the parsonage. Also participating will more ave., preceded at 10 d. m. by Sunday-school
Is
at
9:48
a,
m.
Couples'
club.
be Dr. F. A. DeMaris; former pas'- the First-day school. Midweek
held next Wednesday at I p. m
The Zlon Travelers will rehearse Church school will meet at 9 a. m. tor of Embury church, and the meetings are held at the meeting Service! are »t IX -a. ra. and •:*>
- at t p. m. The Junior choir will Senior high and Roger Williams' present pastor, Rev. James W. house at 8 p. m. the fourth-day P- m. Prayer meeting Wednesday
Mrs. Richard Lueas Is organist
rehearse next Thursday at S p. m fellowship will meet jointly with Marshall. Following the act of (Wednesday). All are welcome.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Swenson at dedication, Lewis R. Lowry will
METHODIST
CTB8T CHURCH OF CHK1BT, 7-.S0 p. m. Sunday.
stng "Bless, O Lord, This House
CALL
•
The board of trustees will meet We Pray." The senior choir will
St. JAMES MEMORIAL
SCIENTIST
Fair Haven
Monday at 8 p. m. In the church sing, "God So Loved the World" by
EPISCOPAL
Red Bank
Rev. William. B. Magiam will
Eatontown
Stainer. Following this service respeak on "Jesus Teaching Prayer"
S«rvle«i in First Church of office.
freshments will be' served on the Church school Is at 9:80 a. m. at tha U a. m. service Sunday. •
Christ, Scientist, 211 Broad it., art
rear lawn of the parsonage. Mrs. At 11 a. m. the : rst Sunday, of
TRINITY EPISCOPAL
One member to the board of trusheld Sundayi at 11 a. m. SundayEugene Badgley, secretary of each month, Holy Eucharist and tees will be elected at a meeting at
REd Bank 6-4532
school maeta at 11 a. m. WednesRed Bank
day evening testimonial meetings Rev. Charles HVBest, rector, haa church activities, will be In charge, sermon. At 11 a. m. other Sundays, the church Wednesday at 8 p. m.
Choral
matins
and
sirmon.
A
nursVoting will start at 8 p. m.
at 8:15.
announced the 'following services At the morning worship service,
Humanity'! need for clear think- for Sunday: Holy Eucharist, 8 a. m. 11 o'clock, Rev. Mr. Marshall will ery Is conducted at 11 a. m. etch
ing and Chrlitllke living will be and prayer and sermon by the rec- have as his theme, "The Continuity Sunday In the parish house, 112
of Faith." Dr. DeMaris will read Broad st, Rev. Henry A. Hale, Jr.,
stressed at Christian Science ser- tor, 10 a. m. .
dsacon-ln-chi.rge. Rev. Lleyd
vices this Sunday.
Holy Eucharist will be adminis the Scripture lesson and give the Is
Readings from the Xing Jamei tered Wednesday at 7 and at 10 morning prayer. The senior choir Patterson Is visiting priest
will sing Gounod's "Praise Ye the
Version of the Bible and "Science a. m.
Father."
Norman Albert will CHAPEL OF HOLY COMMUNION
and Health with Key to the Scriprender
the following organ selectures" by Mury Baker Eddy will
EPISCOPAL
ST. JAMES CATHOLIC
tions: "Duo Pastorale" by Gullcomprise the Lesson-Sermon enFair Haven
Red Bank
mant;
"Offertoire
in
A
Flat"
by
titled "Sacrament."
Sunday muses are at 6:30, 8, Batiste and "Postludium in D" by William V. Rauscher, seminarian,
The following passage will be », 10 and 11 o'clock In the church
will be In charge of the morning
among tho«s read from Science and and », 10 and 11 o'clock in the high Merke). The altar flowers will be prayer service Sunday at 9:80 a. m.
Health: "Ask yourself: Am I liv- school auditorium. Sunday-school presented by Robert E. Perkini in
—1
ing the life that approaches the for children attending public memory of Rev. R. S. Young.
The official board will meet at
supreme good? Am I demonstrat- schools follow* the 9 o'clock mats.
Spiritualist
Services
ing the healing power of Truth and Confessions are heard Saturdays 8:30 p. m. next Thursday at the
of Mr. and Mrs. William As*
Love? If so, then the way will fiom
with msiugst.
4 to 8 p. m. and from 7:80 to home
man, 18 Monroe ave.
grow brighter 'unto the perfect 9 p. m.
day.' Tour fruits will prove what Baptisms every Sunday at 1 p. m
15 Highland Avanua,
the understanding of God brings In the church. A baptism blank
PBESBYTERIAN '
RUMSON, N. J .
to man" (486:9 Ask-14).
Eatontowh
must be obtained from the rectory
The Golden Text is from Levitt and Blled out before the baptism Sunday-school will be dlscon
Tuesday, S P. H.
>
eus (19:2): "Speak unto all thi takes place.
tlnued until September. Sunday
congregation of the children ol
Novena devotions In honor of Our worship.will be at 9:30 a. m. until Bar. Myrtle A. Plnkney, Pastor
Israel and my unto them, Te shall Lady of the Miraculous Medal ev- September. A nursery for children
BO l-MM-B
be holy: for I the Lord your God ery Monday at 8 :>. tn. In the church. from three to eight years of age is
am holy."
held during the worship. Robert
«T. ANTHONY'S CATHOLIC
M. Snable, minister, will have "InBAPTIST
fluencing Your Brother" as his serRed Bank
mon
topic Sunday, the second' in.
Mlddletown
Sunday masses are at 7, 8, 9, 10,
Rev. John B. Bates will havo fo 11 and 12 o'clock. Confessions are a monthly series baaed on the first
letter
of Paul to the church at
hla sermon topic, ''Second Mile heard Saturdays from 4:80 to 8 p.
Revolutionary Now
W«'r« not having • G.v«-Away-Sale!
We're not toasting 7
Corinth.
Morality" at the Sunday morning m. and from 7:30 to 9 p. m.
service, beginning at 10:30 a. m. Baptisms are at 12:30 p. m. Sun- The Sunday-school picnic will be
Process
of
Pillow
held
Saturday
at
Ocean
County
Ushers will be Thomas Morford, Jr. davi,
years on television 1 But, in response to many, many requests, we
Garrett Thome and George Hart- The Miraculous Medal novena ii park, Lakewood. The group leaves
Rtnovstion!!
mann. Flowers will be in charge held Mondays at 7:30 p. m and the the church at 9:15 a. m.
have gone out and found a large number of
The Senior High Westminster felof Mrs. James Ronaldson.
perpetual novena to S t Anthony
Coining SOUft to
lowship will meet In the chapel
The choir will meet Friday at
Tuesdays at 7:30 p. m.
Sunday at 6:30 p. m. The pastor
p. m. at the churchi for rehearsal
will leave for Island Heights MonThe executive committee will
CALVARY BAPTIST
day for a week's ssrvlce on the facmeet at the parsonage Thursday,
Red Bank
ulty of the fourth Junior high
' July 14, at 8 p. m. to prepare the
agenda for the quarterly. business Rev. J. B. Gllchrlst, j>aator, will camp.
•tVM White flt- Bed Bank
meeting which will be held Thurs- deliver the sermon Sunday morning
BAY SHORE COMMUNITY
day, July 28, at 8 p. m. In the chapel. at 11 a. m. The senior choir will
Each organization is requested to sing.
East Keansburg
. send a representative to the meet- Sunday-school will meet at 9:80 Rev. John P. Euler, pastor, will
a. m.
ing.
deliver
a
sermon on "Self Disci
The Pilgrim Travelers of Garfleld pllne" Sunday
The final session . of the Daily will
at 11 a m. The
give
a
concert
at
3:30
p.
m.
for
Vacation Bible school will be hel< the benefit of the Virginia club. choir will render tvqp anthems.
tomorrow at the Red Bank Meth- Mrs. Gertrude Whitney is sponsor. Bible class and church school will
odist church. Tonight there will be Evening service at 7:30 p. m.
meet at 9:45 a. m.
an open house at the Red Bank Bible
service will be Thursday
class and prayer service atHealing
Methodist church for parents am will be held
10 a. m.
Wednesday night.
friends of children attending thi
The
women
of the church will
The P. T. G. club will meet to- have their monthly
school. Between 7 and 8:30, ther night
meeting and soat the church.
will be a demonstration of the work
cial Friday of next week.
being done by the children.
The
congregation
recently voted
ST. THOMAS EPISCOPAL
The staff of the church school
to build a new church.
Red Bank
will meet tonight at the home ol
Mr. and. Mrs. Clement Barlow
Rev. P. Alan McFarlane will offiUNION BAPTIST
,
For immediate delivery in a dazzling array of fabulous colors
Brook rd., at 6 o'clock.
ciate at the 8 a. m. Holy Eucharist
Mlddletown
and 9 o'clock sung Eucharist Sun- Rev. R. P. Ball, pastor, will dePBESBYTERIAN
day. Clinton Crocker will be the liver
and a vast assortment of accessories and equipment.
the message at the 11 a. m.
organist.
Rumson
service Sunday. Holy Communion
There will be a coffee hour after will be observed. The choir will
"Victorian Virtues or Victorioui
Values?" will be the topic of a Jul; 9 o'clock mass.
be directed by Mrs. Addle Miller,
Oar arisat matt a * right, bacaata w t havan't baaa «ala «a kaap anouoh
aeries of morning messages by Rev Holy Eucha-lst will be celebrated organist.
car* araaad ra shaw aayhaay ariar ra this. data. Hart's your ahanea to ridt
A. Kenneth Msgner, Jr., pastor, a Wednesday at 7 a. m.
Rev. D. E. Lattermore and his
the 9:30 a. m. service.
chorus from Plainfield will be. at
Clare* AeeoiMU Invitif
la "Tho PrMa af H M Raarf," • now 1911 OLDSMOIHX Wa'va qot tha rt«jh»
JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES
Mrs. Gordon MacLean, Jr., wil
the church at 4 p. m.
Red Bank
play as prelude, "Prelude an
A church meeting will be held
MONMOUTH
COUNTY
Fugue In G Major and O Minor,
A lecture, "How Does Christ tonight.
SURROGATE'S COURT
by Bach; as offertory, "Thou Ar' Come the Second Time?" will be
Mr. Maxwell Is sponsoring a bus
Nolle. I , C n a l l a n ' t * Pr.a.nl
Fair," by Dupre, and as postlude given at an outdoor meeting at 10 trip to Bear Mountain Saturday of
Claim. Arahut E . u u
"Pastorale," by Handel. Guest In St. Mary's pi.,- at : p. m. Sunday. next week. The bus will leave
REMEMBER . . . If you buy your car from the, H O W L A N D B.
D&EASEU
atrumentalUt will be E. C. Klnkel A Walchtovcr article, "The Put- Red Bank at 8 a. m.
Pursuant
to the order of Edward 0.
man, who will play a violin solo.
ting of Your Faithful ness to the
roe
of
JONES
MOTOR C O . , we don't forget about you or your car!
™
.'i.' ?u"°.i""*
"'• on
^ "t tn y. of
Hon.
The church hour nursery will be Proof," will be studied at 4:15.
FIKST GHU1MJH
mouth,
this dsy mad.,
applies.
held In the minse playyard, with
O»
CHRIST,
SCIENTIST
"Keep Advancing to Maturity" Is
National Bank of R«d Bank, admlnli.
Mrs. Edward Hensler In charge.
Kayport
the theme of the service meeting to
The pastor will participate in thi follow the Theocratic ministry
Ink J. Stoy«, d.oaaitd notice !• h.r.hy
The
morning
service
will
be
held
installation of Rev. William Tolley, school at ":30 p. m.
Sunday at 11 o'clock. Sunday- Blv.n to t h . er.dltori of . . I d d.c.a..d
paator-elcct, at the Atlantic High' ? . , t>™""' to t h . nU »d.,..nl.t,.tVr,
Bible
study
groups
will
meet
school
will
meet
at
11
a.
m.
m
d
l h W hin l l x
lands church at 7:30 p. m, Sunday
"
""»" l »
at 8 p. m. at 8 Maple ave
A. testimonial service will be held fJo'm ftl. d\t.", " "
. The, prayer group will meet next Tuesday
Datedl June 11th. 1953.
and
10
St.
Mary's
pi.
next
Wednesday
at
•
p.
m.
Tueaday at 10 a. m. in Blngham
nail.
™E S B C ° A « N
CHURCH OF CIIBISX
METHODIST
The board of trustees will meet
Oceanport
Eatontown
in Bingham hall next Tuesday a'
The morning service will be hold
Services arc held at 25 Boutli st.
S p. m.
and
highway
35 Sunday at 9:30 Sundny at 9:30 with Rev. Robert MM.r. W i l . * Wlli,
The session will meet next Wed a. m. Bible classes)
S.
Judge, pastor, in charge. Mrs. K. 64 Broad Str,,t,
1 0 0 , EAST NEWMAN SPRINGS ROAD
RED BANK
10:30 a. m.
nesday at 8 p. m. In the mime.
Rid Bank. N. J.
worship, and 7:30 p. m. worship, Lloyd Smith Is organist.
The sanctuary of the church Is Mid-week Bible study In held Wed- ' Sunday-school will meet nt 10:10
Attorney!.
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open dally from 8 a. m. to 8 p, m nesday at 7:30 p. m. Jim B. Old- a. in., with George C. D, Hurley as
for prayer and meditation,
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Page Three
Marcella Markham
To Read Ballads
TINTON FALLS—The Old Mill
Art association, meeting Tueiday at
8:30 p. m. in the Old Mill giUe>ry,
will present Marcella Markham,
reading "The Ballad of the Harp
Weavers." The guest artiit appeared in the Eugene O'Neill play,
"The Ice Man Cometh," and bad the
leading role in "The Three Fenny
Opera" on Broadway.
"7.
'f
IDEAL Green Baby
Marcella) Markham
' Dr. Frank Kingdon will give readings from Shakespeare's "Macbeth.*
Renata Salzburg, young ballet
dancer, will present her own
choreographic creations. Patricia
Brown of Matawan will open the
program singing numbers from Mozart, McDowell and Charles Crlffea.
Constance V. Jackson of Keyport
will be Miss Brown's accompanist
This month the gallery is presenting an exhibit of paintings by Raymond Mlntz.
Oesjt Family Holds
Triple Birthday Party
SEA BRIGHT—Capt. and Mr«
Harry Oest of Center st. here held
a combined birthday party Satur<
day night for Lee Sutter of this 1
place, Joseph Hintelmann of Red
Bank and William Wharton of
Nutley.
Other guests were Mrs. Let But
ter, Mr, and Mrs. Edward John'
son, Mr. and Mrs. Larry McCor
mick, Mr. and Mrs. Helmer Haiv
sen, Capt. and Mrs. George Dough
erty, Chris Nelson, John David Ol
son and Miss Gladys Johnson, al
of this place; Mr. and Mrs. William Nelson and Mr*. Joseph Hin
telmann of 'Red Bank; Mr. and
Mrs. Leonard' Nelson of Belford,
and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Scattergood of River Plaza.
Republican Picnic
Set for Aug. 21
NEW SHREWSBURY—The Republican club met Thursday In the
fire house when Mrs. Alice Holden, chairman, announced that the
picnic will be held Sunday, Aur.
21, beginning at 4 p. m., at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene
Handjr and the fire house.
The committee will meet again
Thursday, July 28, to complete arrangements for it.
.. ATTENDED INSTITUTE
BELFORD—Miss Joan Thorpe,
Leonardville rd., Belford, and Miss
Gail Parker, Bralnard ave., Fort
Monmouth, have returned home af
ter spending a week at the Pen
nington Institute as representative!
of the Belford Methodist church
Miss Thorpe is a Sunday-schoo
teacher In the primary department.
CHARTER NO.'SMT..
RESERVE DISTRICT NO. I
REPORT OF CONDITION
at Th» Sieond Natlontl Bank «f
Bank, in the State of New J e n e j , at thi
c l o » of ,bustlies* on Juua 30, 19i>5*
published in reipome to call made) b j
Comptroller of the Currency, under 8««'
tion (211, U. S. Rtvlied Statute*.
ASSETS
1. C»h, balance! with
other banks, Including
reserra balance, a n i
cash Items ta proetas
of collection
I 3,159,197.61
1.
United State. Go»•rnment
obligations,
direct and guaranteed
10,02S,5S!.»5
t. Obllaatlom ;f States
and political subdivision!
2,80*,551.t<
I. Corporate st&cka (including 131,200.00 StOCk
of
Federal
Rtaarvo
Bank)
Il.tOO.t*
6. Loans and discount** •
(includintr 3282.20
overdrafts)
'.
«,67 7,922.0
7, Bank premises owned $250,720.03,
Furniture
and fixtures 74,501.79
J34.I21.82
11. Other asaeta ...
*,2e0.02
12.
II.
14.
11.
II.
II.
Lima Beans
2 * 3 9*
Each package equals 2 lbs. of fresh lima
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lb
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Jelly Streussel
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Bread 3 17
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con*
TOTAL ASSETS .... $23,046,192.03
LIABILITIES'
Dsmand deposit* ot
Individ ual», partnerships, and corporastlom
»11,S1«,O27.58
Tim* dsposlti of individuali,
partnerships and corporations
8,896,141.02
Dopatlts of United
Ststei Government ....
23C,15!.5>
Dtpoilts of S U t u and
politic*! iubd! visions
8it,!4«.t«
Other daDOslU teertilled and cashier's
170,520.01
It.
POSITS ,121.602,205.12
23. Other liabilities
8
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46-o*
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From the sunny valleys of California.
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California Seedless
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• 83,!24.<1
24. TOTAL LIABILITIES" 121,585,620.13
CAPITAL ACCOUNTS
U . Capital Stock i
(e) Comnon aloea*
a.**!*1 P* r
*
110,100.00
«;. surplus
tio.ooo.oe
27. Undivided profits . . .
400,671.80
28. Reiervea
20,000,00
28. TOTAL CAPITAL
ACCOUNTS
| 1,4(0,(71.10
JO. TOTAL LIABILI.
.TIES AND CAPITAL
ACCOUNTS
>23,046,192,03
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31. Asseta pledged or asfliKtied to secure liabilities and for ither
purposes
| 1,010,104.01
I. Jimea Van Pelt, caihier of tha
above-named bank, do solemnly a m i r
thai tha above statement is true to tho
best of my knowledge and belief.
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JULY
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BED BANK REGISTER, JULY 7,1955
i.Page Four
of Hap.lct-Holmdel id., celebrated
erected, equipped and/or completNew Hospital Wing
Mrs. Mangold Hoslct-s
Altar Guild Workers
Hazlet
her sixth birthday Monday with a
ed bearing her name and the name
The Hazlet fire company attend- family Fathering. Attending were
o£ llathilde Steinam within five
Picked
for
2
Months
Al
BarJ)ccnc
Parly
Wearing
Completion
Mrs.
Margaret
McCormick,
Mr.
ed the Sucasunna parade Saturday.
years of her decease. The memorial
LONG BRANCH—Mrs. Pohn Frey
ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS—Mrs.
Mis» Angela Piscitelli of Beth- and Mrs. William McCormick,
LONG BRANCH— Construction wing faces Third ave. and is apdiailes Mangold of 16 6th avc. BELFORD — Mr. and Mrs. W.presided at a meeting of the Altar of the two-story Mathllde Steinam proached directly from the street
any Fd. is on a two weeks' vaca- Misses Cnrol, Mlehele, Margaret
Mr. and Mrs. Mario Rossi of here was hostess at a barbecue C. Benning of East rd., received Guild of St. James Episcopal and Stella S. Housman wing at for convenience to patients on
tion from the Landau Knittinp and Sharon McCormick and Ruth
Sulzniann, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Shrewsbury ave.. mnrkori their Sunday night.
corporation in Keyport.
word this week of the promotions Church in the guild room. Reports Monmouth Memorial hospital is crutches or in wheelchairs. An eleSusan Ruth Peseux, daughter of E. Peseux and Mr. and Mrs. Mal-25th wuddiiiR anniversary ot a
Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Jean of their sons, William A. and John were given by -liss Elva Wright, nearing completion and occupancy vator conned Ing with the westcolm
Peseux.
•'
party at their homo Saturday, Reardon, Sr., Mrs. Nelll Spirea and G. Benning, who aTe serving in tlie secretary. Workers for the next is planned'for August. Ground for side ol the present hospital buildMr. and Mrs. Malcolm W. Peseux
two months were assigned as fol- the new wing-, which will provide ing is being constructed to serve
June 25. It was arranged by their Henry Fox, all of this place; Mr. Army.
lows: Mri. William Banta, Mrs. facilities for ofne-as for the medi- both the new wing and the five
hildrcn, Peter, Ann and Vincent nnd Mrs. Jack Reardon and chil.Moeller, Miss Frances Emmons and cal staff and hospital office use, floors of the existing Wimpfhelmcr
Rossi.
dren. West Keanaburg; Mr. and
Mrs. William Smith, August and was broken last August.
wing. The Wimpfheimer wins has
Miv and Mrs. Rossi, Red Bank Mrs. H. O'Dcll, Red Bank; Mr.
Ml»i Elva Wright, Miss Anna WurThe new wing was initiated been re-surfaced • with brick to
residents all of their married life, and Mrs. Edward Schmidt, Mr.
sing,
Mrs.
Frey
and
Mrs.
Jan
Claxform an appropriate setting for
and
Mrs.
Harry
Moller
and
Mr.
through
the
bequest
of
$370,000
by
were married at St. Anthony's
ton, September.
the late Mrs. Stella Steinam Heus- the new addition.
Catholic church. Mrs. Rossi is the and Mrs. Jean' Rcardon, Jr., and
The
group
discussed
means
of
children,
Kort
Monniouth;
Miss
man, whose»will named Monmouth
former Anpie Palmieri of Red
3 Mil*! W.il .» A.kyry Park an N. J. aa
raising funds and It was announced Memorial as a beneficiary with the Th« Remitter bring! buyers ana sellers
Bank. Mr. Rossi has hoen in the Kay Garvin, Brooklyn; Mr. and
!<••: 1:30 Ion ! » • t:CO July 11 - July 17
Mr. and Mrs. Claxton will show provision that a new wing be tozathar «ach !nu«. Why not join
painting and contracting business Mrs. Larry Fox, Belmore, L. I., and
th«m ?—Advertisement.
slides and t?lk on thtir recent trip
CQLK PORTER'S
this borough the past 30 years. Mrs. Chris Smlthwick and MrR.
I I In Guests
to Holland, Nov. 4. Refreshments
were Mr. and Mrs. An-Joseph Kelly, Arhityville, L. I.
will be served and a silver offering
Thwe art sriM « I I 9 Stow* M t lit
thony Palmieri and children Marie
taken It also was decided to send
and Nancy, Mr. and Mrs, William
Rum§on
cards
to
shut-In
members.
Another
This Y«OT'S 116
Man., Tut»., W»d., Thur. 3.00 2.JS J.75 1.00
Seto.ro and children Billy, Johnnie
PRICK Fri., Sot.. Sun
coming event in the fall will be an
•I
and Dphorah, Mr. and Mrs. Ange3.50 3.00 2 . » 1.7$
Goodwill
Methodist
church
will
exhibit
of
altar
vestments.
At
the
CARLTON SUMMER VACATION MOVIE SCRIES
lo DeGeorge and son Louis, Mr. hold a ham supper i. the church
-c
Mt Ortm » ttftmt Mute drat, P.O. Mi Mi, ttflm, *.>. noijeet Iconclusion
of
the
meeting,
refreshand Mrs. Herman DoGoorgre and basement next Thursday from 5
ments were served by Mrs. William
. Two Big Shows Every Tuesday !
family, Mrs, Louis DeGeorge, Mrs. through t o'clock. Mrs. Edward
Smith. Others
attending were Mrs.
Louis Sampoll, Dominick Clemente, Large is supper chairman. During
r
At 10:30 A. M . « t d 1:30 P. M.
Elizabeth
<lng,
Mrs.
Moeller,
Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. James Reale, Mr. the supper a parcel post sale,
Richard Harvey, Miss Mary Clarkand Mrs. Nick'Caizza, Mrs. Mary under the chairmanship of Mrs.
SpecM Series M e t $1.00. Get yow riefctt BOW!
son, Mr*. Jan Claxton, Miss Frances
Gambacorlo, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Charles Tilton, will be held.
Emmons, Misp Anne Wursing, Mrs.
Cohen, Mrs. Virginia Stnlsworth
N»xt Tiinday's She*: "RUSTY'S WRTHDAY"
William Br.nta,
and children Dana Lee and James, Mrs. Charles I. Morton, Jr., and
sons
Coppy
and
Chris
left
SaturMr,
and
Mrs.
Robert
Landfrank
FOR GOOD
and son Bobbie, Ella Sampoli, Car- day for Los Angeles, Cal., to join
BUS SERVICE TO SHOWS
oline DeGeorge, Angle and Joann Mr. Morton, who Is now affiliated
Beginning next Tuesday and
Gambacorto, Betty Caizza, Joe with Hughes Aircraft corporation
PIC William A. Bennlnr
continuing every Tuesday through
Palmieri and Mr. and Mrs. Ver-there.
Pvt. William A. Benning Is now Aug. 30 the New Jersey Bus lines
Miss Mary Dyer was honored
non Dorsch, all of Red Bank.
Lobster
Shrimp
Sunday evening at a, farewell party serving with the first Armored will run a bus to the Neptune MuMr. and Mrs. An^elo Rossi, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed-division at Fort Hood, Tex., andsic circus.
Crabs
Clams
The bus will leave the Book Mart
Cheesequakc; Mrs. Fred Botti- mund G. Delatush on Sheraton has been promoted to battalion
gllcrl and Mrs. Mary Visconi, Key- lane. Misses Diane Bclatush and dispatcher. He was graduated trom on White at., Red Bank at 7 p. m.
Native Fish Platters
Stops
at Long Branch will be made
Red
Bank
Catholic
high
school
port; Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Scaturo Susan Kingdon were hostesses.
and children Phyllis and Curl, Bel- Guests included Joanne Fritter. and received his basic training at at the travel bureau and Vogel's
department
store. In Asbury Park,
HOMEMADE
ford; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rava- Juno Yodice, Polly Logg, Dennis Fort Dix.
stops will be made along Kingsley
COCKTAIL
schicri and son Joseph, Long Ward, Jackson Lowe, Bill Miners.
LAST OAVI
St., and in Ocean Grove along
Branch; Peter Madonna, Eliza- Peder Lund, Boh Jacobsen and
Pics
Pastries
Altc Ouln«i> In "T« Parlt Witt L . v . " Broadway.
LOUNGE
beth; Mr. and Mrs. Tony Ostnow- Hank Eoardman. The Dyer family
alia "Man Fram Blttar H M ( « "
flki and children Sonny and Lil-who now make thoir homo at
Danish
Rolls
A modern coal mine is not black,
Friday ft Saturday!
lian, and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Shrewsbury dr. and Navesink ave.,
but
white
from
pulverised
limestone
Silakowski and daughter Virginia, plan to move to Massachusetts
left Mtrr.w—F.IXi Damarfaa
sprayed
on
the
walls
to
reduce
fire
Perth Amboy.
soon.
hazards.
"THIS
Benning Brothers
Get Promotions
25lli Anniversary
For Local Couple
SI
ANYTHING GOE!
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TRY
MAHER'S
SEA FOOD
ON THE BOARDWALK
LONG BRANCH —
Cool, Rcstjul — Plenty of Parking
ATLANTIC
THUB.-FBI.-SAT.
SAT. CONTINUOUS
FRED MAC MURRAY
CHARLTON HESTON
DONNA REED
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— IN —
"FAR HORIZONS"
VktoVision
SUN.-MON.-TUES.
SUN. CONTINUOUS
GLENN FORD
ELEANOR PARKER
"INTERRUPTED
MELODY"
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8U8AN BALL
"CHIEF CRAZY HORSE"
In Cinemascope
— ALSO —
MARINE THEATRE
HIGHLANDS. N. J. _ _
FM.-SAT.
SAT. MAT.
JAMUS STEWART
JUNE ALLVSON
— IN —
THEATRE
KEANSIURG, N. J.
PHONE 6-0200
AIR CONDITIONED
TODAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAV
— IN —
"DADDY LONG LEGS"
"THE PRODIGAL"
In CintmoScopt
TUES.-WED.
TUES. MAT.
EDWARD G. ROBINSON
GEORGE RAFT
"Strategic Air Command"
Technical.*—vlitaVUlm
JAMES STEWART
— IN —
PLUS FCATURETTE .
"Aiilgnmtnt ChlKrHi," Danny Kaye
WEDNCfDAV, THURSDAY
—alto—
"ADVENTURES OF
HOBINSON CARUSO"
T1HJR.
MAT. S P. M.
WILLIAM LUNDIGAUT
r£GGIE CASTLE "*
"YELLOW TOMAHAWK"
Lama Turmr
Edmund Pur'am
- • "MURDER I * MY M A T " ;
'THE PRODIGAL'
"VIOLENT SATURDAY"
STARTS FRIDAY
CinemaScope
VICTOR MATURE
"AIN'T MISBEHAVIN'"
Tachnicalsr
Rary Calhaun^Piper Laurlfl
KING OF
KHYBER RIFLES"
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FRIDAY, SATURDAY
"FAR HORIZON"
"RAGE AT DAWN"
In Color
FRED MacMURRAV
a l l * Akbol and Caitello
"MEET THE MUMMY"
RANDOLPH SCOTT—TECH.
CHILDREN ALWAYS FREE
VICTORY
TEL. 6 - 0 5 0 8
GENUINE
SPRING
6 Ib. Av*r.
DELIVERY
OWNTODAYTILL
SAVARIN
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" 0 MONMOUTH ST.
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TEL. 6 - 5 1 9 1
LEGS LAMB 4 9
VEAL CHOPS 7 9fb
SWIFT'S
PREMIUM
ALL CUTS
LAMB CHOPS 8 9
CHUCK ROAST 3 3
COFFEE 8 9 b
TURKEYS 4 9
X RIB ROAST 6 9
FA
TOM
SWIFT'S
PREMIUM
BONELESS
BEAR
Father McFarlane
Ib.
SEEDLESS
GREEN BEANS
GRAPES
29
JERSEY
doz.
TOMATOES
fllmaa In
baal atllarl
Hani * • " « !
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Red BanhTireCo.
in CINEMASCOPE
Shrewsbury Avc.
•
COLOR
tTEWART ORANOtR In
Shrewsbury, N. J.
MOONFLEET
1 Mi. So. of Airport
••AIN'T MIMIHAVINO"
RE 4-3404
William Ji'iRees of ttigina, Canada; recently visited Rev. P. Alan
McFarlane of St. Thomas' Episcopal church here. Mr. Rees Is secretary of the
vestry of St. Paul's
cathedral, : Regina, where Father
McParlane was a former assistant
priest.
Mr. Recs is returning from the
National Junior Chamber of Commerce convention held: in Halifax,
Nova Scotia, where he was elected
a national vice-president.
tcsterday Mr. Rces was enter
talned by :rfrs. Wilhelmlna Karney
of Red Bank. Also attending were
Father McFarlane and Dr. and
Mrs. Herman Wiley of Red Bank
and Rev. and Mrs. Henry A. Male,
Jr., of Eatontown.
OPEN AT T •>. M. F R H KIDDIE
SHOW START*
"LAV AREA!
AT DUSKI
rONIItl MERRY
00-ROUNDI
FRIDAY ft SATURDAY!
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Twai.Flataa] RANOOLPN iCOTT
TECHNICOLOR I H O W I
"TALL MAN RIMNG"
"RAGE AT DAWN
•XTRAI FRIOAV ONLVI
HOUR CARTOON CARNIVAL
C*llln( All
(QUARE
DANCER*
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•vary Waal.
SANDY
MclNTOSH
An* • fa.uara
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m i l l Muara
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ENJOV
THE FUNI
STARTS S U N . !
LANA TURNER In
LONG BRANCH-JMrs. Ernest
Hambacher presided at the executive board meeting of the Woman's
auxiliary of St. James Episcopal
church recently in the rectory.
Plans were made for a card party
arvd fashion show in September
and a hobby show in the fall, with
the proceeds of the latter going to
the kitchen fund.
Mrs. John Frey assumed tho.
general chairmanship of a merchandise club. She will have a representative from each of the church
units as her assistants. Also discussed was the annual chuich fair to
be held on the grounds July 20,
21 and 22. Attending were Mrs.
Arthur Glass, Miss Mary Clarkson,
Mrs. John BVey, Mrs. Charles Fenlason, Mrs.. Howard Woollcy, Mrs.
Martin Connelly, Mrs. Raymond
Barnes, Mrs. Harriet Jensen, Mrs.
1 Harvey Slocum and Mrs. Edward
C. Wilson, Sr.
13 YEARS OLD .
PORT MONMOUTH—The 13th
birthday of Wiley H. Lewis, Jr.,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Wiley H.
Lewis, Sr,, of Port Monmouth rd
was celebrated July Fourth at a
picnic. There were 20 guests.
THE PRODIGAL"
Stminolt Uprising
SIS In Frta
Olvm Away Evarr Nlsht
MB HttM In
"Stvtn Lirrlt Foyt
5 * ON USED CARS
MARILYN MONROE • • «
TOM (WILL In
Mtmbar Fadiral Dipoilt laauranc*
Corporation
"SEVEN YEAR ITCH
Second National Bank
OF RED BANK
JOHN WAYNE
LANA TURNER In .
The Bank on the Corner
••Man Fram BIHar R H f a "
STARTS SUNDAY!
••SOLDIER OF FORTUNE"
ib.
"TO FARIt W I T H LOVC'
—<!••—.
"Man Fram Blttar RMfa"
STARTS SUNDAVI
"SOLDIER OF FORTUNE"
SATURDAY
EVENING
I N PERSON
VAUGHN
CWOIIP«TT«»
ib.
MONROE
TROUT
FISNMfi
BLUEBERRIES
JE»SEY
Altaian*
faaulaui
"TO PARIS WITH LOVE"
LOCAL FRESH
BEETS
(Exc.pt Tux. ArHnwon)
•
SUSAN HAYWARD
Irnatt flaim't
•with
Ib.
JERSEY FRESH
SWEET CORN
LINE UP
Episcopal Guild
Schedules Benefits
MARKETS-RED BANK
21 W. FRONT ST.
SUN. Thru WED.!
CLARK GAILE
SHORE
FRED AITAIRE
CARTOON—NEWi
SUNDAY. MONDAY, TUESDAY
"BULM5T FOR JOEY"
"GOG"
Randal**, »c»«t In "Tall M l n R M I | I (
• Sgt. John G. Bennlnr
John, also a Red Bank Catholic
AN EASTERN MANAGEMENT high school graduate, was recently
promoted to the rank of sergeant
OUTDOOR THEATRE
after graduating from leadership
COLLINGWOOD PK. CIRCtE. school at Fort Meade In Maryland.
He is now section chief with an
Artillery missile batDRIVE Anti-Aircraft
talion in Philadelphia. Sgt. Benning also received his basic training at Dix.
I Rout*i 33 & 34 • PK 3-0?00__
Canadian Visits
(.AST N1TE
AT THE BEACH FRONT
StN.-MON.
SUN. MAT.
LANA TURNER
EDMUND PURDOM
Science Fiction Story
EARTH'
In thrlllln, Tachnlcalar
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fraduace of
Asbury Park1 were Thursday guests
of the latter's sister and brotherin-law. Mr. and Mrs. John T. Wilson of Oceanport ave.
Sgrt. and Mrs. Peter Prebelch and
son Peter, Jr., of Belleville were
Secret voting for members of Con- holiday guests of Mrs,, John Afrlgress was not required by federal cuno of South Pemberton avc.
Mr. and Mrs. Morton A, Barnes,
law until 1875.
formerly of Broadway, Long;
Branch, have moved Into their
new home on Sea Girt avc., Oceanport Estates. Mrs. Barnes was the
former Miss Muriel Wilson, daughter of Mayor and M,rs. Edward C.
Wilson, Sr.
CASINO
"STRATEGIC
AIR COMMAND"
In VittaVition
.-.—in—
'
" W H I T E ORCHID"
— AL(O —
ISLAND
Oceanpurt
INSTALL OFFICERS
Officers wore installed at the
meeting of Pride of Monmouth
council, Sons and Daughters of
Liberty Tuesday in the lodpe hall
on Monniouth st. Miss Ruth Pennlngton presided. The next meeting will bo July 19.
LONG IRANCH
ASIURY PARK
STRAND
PARAMOUNT
"THIS ISLAND EARTH"
In
' STAHTS IUNDAYI
FOXFIRE"
"SUNDERIN"
19
Ib.
MT., July I I
JONI JAMES
Jans Ruutll
Jtff Chandler
SPECIAL PREVUE SATURDAY NITE
RED.•ANN
rnllHOLD
L0NO BRANCH
CARLTON • STRAND • PARAMOUNT
RED BANK REGISTER, JULY 7,1955
Lincroft Playground Committee
Conducts Initial Field Day
LINCROFT — The first annual
Held day and fireworks were sponsored by the Lincroft Playground
committee Saturday at Mulltn's
field.
Field event* itarted at 10 a. m.
and in the evening over 2,000 resident* attended the fireworks display by the Comet Fireworks company of Morganville.
Winner* of field events included:
racing event! according to ages,
Martha Mullln, Susan Fehr, Jerry
Ford, John Sietz, Carl Weidelman,
Freddy Sietz, Jerry Weldelman,
Patty Jannssfr, William Carney,
Harry Wilson, Louia Carney, Sandra Hirst, Karen Brownlee, Bruce
Holly, Larry Jannuen, John Mancle,
Janet Wilson, Karen Williams,
Cynthia Hirit, John Seitz, Walter
Tisslere and Rebecca Rosen.
Wheelbarrow races, Jerry Weidelman and Freddy Sietz, William Carney and John Mancel/ Richard
Harmyk and Larry Jannssen, Harry
Cheek and Louis Carney, Barbara
Ford and Claire Beylaz and Diane
Lamken and Sandra Hint.
Rigby* Return
From Pennsylvania
Horseshoe pitching (eliminations)
—Mike B'ord, Carl Weidelman,
Kathie Long, Rickle Fields, Jeanne
Jones, John Mancel, Kenneth Collins and Barbara Lamken.
Women pitching honeshoes were
Mrs. N. J. Tortorella, Mrs. Ellis
Yereance, Mrs. Carl Rosen, Mrs.
Edward Fields, Mrs. Peter Williamu,
Mrs, Eugene Ford and Dr. N. J.
Tortorella.
Winners of other prizes were
Priscilla Soden, Gene Ford, Davey
Cross, Louis Carney, Danny Rosen,
Teddy Hirst, Rebecca Rosen, Barry
Fields, William Carney, Mary Lou
Brownlee, Jerry Weidelman, Kathie.
Long, Harry Cheek, Mike Ford
Jeannie Jones, Drew Yereance,
Rickey Ford, James Fan ell and
George Toop.
The Cub Scout baseball team3
raced for grand prizes, Winner of
"A" team was Richard Harmyk
and winner of "B" team was Bruce
Holly.
NEW SHREWSBURY — Mayor
and Mrs. J. Lester Rlgby and son
Joseph have returned from a trip
accompanied by Mrs. Rigby's mother, Mrs. R. A. Caldwell of Bellevue, Pa.
While away, Mrs. Rigby attended the 30th reunion of her Bellevue
high school class. Happy Felton
of the Brooklyn Dodgers' Knot
Hole Gang and Talk to the Stats
television show was master of ceremonies. Felton and Mrs. Rigby
were classmates through elementary school and at High Park
Schenley, Pittsburgh, Pa,
Keanaburg
George Bunday, Frazee pi., was
presented with a 500-merlt bar
from the Commander of White
Plains, N. Y., Air Defense Filter
Center for service as volunteer
and radar teller.
Clinton B. Lohsen entertained at
a barbecue supper, Monday evening
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John
Nutritionally, honey is equivalent W. Kronenberger. Present were
Jack Knaisch of Newark,-Mr. and
to sugar.
Mrs. Joseph Strong and Patrick
Strong, Teaneck and Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Gorski, Mr. and Mrs. John
McMann, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene
Connelly, Henry Sabini, Miss Irene
Naughton, Mr. and Mrs. Martin C
Lohsen and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Kronenberger and daughter
Nancy and Mr. and Mrs. John J.
Kronenberger. .».
Miss Betty DeTuro, Main st.
left Saturday for Pasedena, Cal.
where she has accepted a position
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Seelinger
and daughter Catherine of Livonia,
Mich., have returned home after
spending two weeks with Mr. and
Mm. Walter Conroy.
Take atJvantacj* •# aw tew •ff-itotM pricM and kmn
Mi*, and Mrs. Phillip Cummings,
y#iir ltoffl# rtpwrs wiv rtfttovtliRQ O M C K#W! W#
West Keansburg, are entertaining
Mrs. Henrietta Kirshmayr of Newmatter what y«ir * • * • * ara, Am*ricm Home C t *
ark for two weeks.
Richard Rich, tel. 2/c, of NorstructiM can «Jo it at monty-saving prices.
folk, Va., spent several days with
Call f w fret •stimortt.
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J.
Rich of Port Monmouth rd.
Misses Janet Keelen and Jun
Andreach spent the week-end- at
the dude ranch, Pocono mountains.
HRST PAYMENT
UP TO S YiARS
IN I MONTHS
TO PAY
TENTH BIRTHDAY
SAVE
f HOME REPAIRS
NO DOWN PAYMENT
Attle conversions, room additions, rooflnf, sldlnf, plumbIng, hMHBf, porch enclosures, modem bathrooms ant
Utehens, painting, Ullng, masonry, dormers, garagn,
brcescways,
m,<eombuuHon wtadows,
wf " " etc.
American Home Construction Co.
I-:
ESTABLISHED UM
t-t
PHONE RED BANK 6-3000
LINCROFT—Drew Yereance of
Parkview ter., celebrated his tenth
birthday Sunday at a party at his
home. Activities included sailboat
ing on the river. Guests were
Richard and Bruce Holly, Charles
and Bill Tufflash, "Dobbo" and
Philip Lyford, Chris Brown, Linda
Massey and Owen Bostrom of Lin
croft, Bob and Michael, Morongli
of Bloomfleld and John Whits of
Highlands.
•Sofeway Moats Arc Guaranteed T«na«r, Juicy and P«rftct-Iatinf <
Frying Chickens Fresh Pork Loins
U.S.GOV'T
GRADE A
Reaiy-U-CMk
Filly Cleaned
45
ii.
Ifa.
ON
CENTER CUT C H O f f
Smoked Picnics Ground Beef
LEAN AMI MEATY
Ib.
TENDER
AND
JUICY
43c
TOP GOV't
49=
Beef Short Ribs GRADES
(ONE IN
Plate Beef TO/ GOV'T
GRADES
OVEN-READY
Fancy Bucks LONG
ISLAND
DELICIOUS
Beef Liver TENDER,
and NUTRITIOUS
>b 5 3 c
39c
Ib.
Brisket Beef
35
FRESH »r CORNS!
Spareribs
»> 5 3 '
HAWTHORN
REGULAR
53c
Ib.
RE
Leg
g of Lamb m - 69c ?TT <»• 63c
Sh
Shoulder Lamb Chops
» 89c
Sliced Bacon
» 79<
r
° COUNTRY STYLE I>>. 3 9 °
Teddy's Seafood Values
Fillet of Cod or Haddock * 45c
Fresh Shrimp
"«« «« *. 69c
Fish Sticks
.graft
»57c
THERE'S SPECIALS GALORE ALL OVER THE STORE!
iblets Corn
ighway Corn
Green Giant Peas
Grape Juice
Scottissue
Pineapple Juice
Applesauce Cake
Clorox Bleach
SAVE 2*
WHOLE KERNEL
R.g. 2 «.. 27c SAVE 2<
Great Big, Tender
Reg.2um39eSave4'
12 M.
MRS
17 iz.
eaai
24 u .
bit
CONCORD - TEA GARIEN
R»g. 35c SAVE 6*
LIMIT S ROLLS PER CUSTOMER
Reg. 2 roii. 23c SAVE 3«
DOLE FANCY HAWAIIAN
Reg. 2 «.. 25e
2 27
2 25
2 35<
29
10
2 23
43
15
12 u.
cm
WHOLE KERNEL
Reg. 2 »n. 29c
SAVE 2«
roll
I I M.
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CURTSY BAKERY SPECIAL 2 0 K .
Reg. 49c SAVE 6-
part
AMERICA'S FAVORITE
Reg. 17c SAVE 2*
• « » • Beat Plaaa To Buy Produca Is tateway. T. Coavlaea
SHOP SAFEWAY
Grape Jelly
i2
EMMESS
- • 19c
Grape Preserves «*™* jo0zi.r31c
Raspberry Preserves
EMPRESS
RED
yMMwL 0 m o it a
STRING BEANS
I"
Strawberry Preserves EMP" «.-,., 33c
3 ; : 37C
Cherub Milk
CHOCOLATE DRINK POWDER 1 Ib. pkg. 45°
It's hatched...
OUR NEW LOCATION
THAT IS,
1
AND WE'VE MOVED IN
• '
/
The firm of Walker and Walker
is composed of the following: Kenneth . L. • Walker, Sr.; Kenneth L.
Walker, Jr.; George A Elgrlm, Jr.,
Associate Broker; .Charles Bruno,
Real Estate Salesman; B. H. Lyons,
Real Estate Salesman; Arthur
James, Real Estate Salesman;
Philip Howell, Real Estate Salesman; Mrs. Virginia De Bourke, Insurance Secretary; and Miss Joan
Frlckel, Real Katate Secretary.
WALKER-WALKER
REALTORS
1NSURORS
RESIDENTIAL, COMMERCIAL ft FARM REAL ESTATE
REAL ESTATE APPRAISALS — MORTGAGES
ALL TYPES OF INSURANCE
661 BROAD STREET
RE 6-5212
SHREWSBURY
Piiek. Vsjilfi, Choullti.
LISJM Fliki, N M H I I I
FRESH LEMONS
Ib.
Vtoills er
HtifisHlM
13
Iceberg Lettuce "<«H-CRISP ib 12c
T o m a t o S o u p CAMPIELL-S 3IOV4C."I 3 5 *
B r e a d C r u m b s °"ONSHEER ».< Pka 1 7 c
Corned Beef Hash CLARIDGE T'\::, 45C
vLight Meal Tuna*
i CHICTKEN OF TNE SEA
I FANCY-CHUNK STYLE
SVi u .
cm
MELROSE COOKIES
Tomatoes
Cucumbers
Peppers •
FANCY REDRIPE
-
A SALAD FAVORITE
MILD (RICHT GREEN
~
>b
23=
U>. I OC
lb
-15
e
Z I P P Y PICKLES
Sweet Gherkins F4NCY * °* >- 22c
M i x e d P i c k l e s MNCV-SWKT i2»« f,r 3 i c
Bill P i c k l e s FANCY-WHOLE 12 0I iar 25°
P i c k l e C h i p s <CESBV?EXETJAR . « . 37C
S w e e t R e l i s h z'ppY -fANCY • « 119e
-
Duplex Creme Sandwich v\r, 23c
SOFT DRINKS
Vanilla Wafers
<<b^33e
(BOTTLE BEVERAGES PLUS DEPOSITI
7
Chocolate Chip Cookies Z 23c C r a g m o n t ASSORTED FLAVOM 2 X"',27e
I Ib. pkg. 3 3 < ! W h i t e R o c k ASSORTED FLAVORS 6 L "
Ginger Snaps
43e
714 oz. pkg. 2 3 c l*lmt»tttt H I M TOM COLLINS MIX, Q29oz
Nut Crunch
Advertised Prices Effective Thurs., Fri. & Sat., July 7th, 8th
& 9th. W e reserve the right to limit quantities.
NONE SOLD TO DEALERS
COOLING AND
RIFRESHING
FANCY QUALITY
WHOLE er HALF
CktctltU. Itriwttrni,
m Istttr P M M
5
CANTA10UPES
Party Pride Ice Cream
We've taken a delightful old
house with lots of ground, trees,
and shrubs and converted it into
a commodious, modern office
building so that we may better
serve you. We've more than
enough room now and each department is set up so that it will
be more convenient for you. So
remember, if it's real estate or
insurance that you are interested
in, come to our.newly hatched location. We know that you'll enjoy,
doing business with us.
RID, RIM
FULL OF JUKI
2-21
a
3£40<
•EL-AIR
FROZEN
WATERMELONS
FRISH GREEN
YOUNG TINDIR
12 02. 4 | .
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p
Bing Cherries »IG HACK-FANCY I» 53e
Cabbage
362
BROAD
242 MAIN
Your
DALEWOO0
COLDBROOK
Choice
19'
ib. 4 c
FRESH GREEN-so NUTRITIOUS
Blueberries
Fresh B e e t s
PLUMP <nd JUICY
SWKT
lb
- 35e
7<s
nd TENDER bun<h
*
ST., RED BANK
ST., KEANSBURS
1st. AVE., ATLANTIC
HIGHLANDS
320 THIRD AVE., LONG BRANCH
OPEN UNTIL 9 P. M., MONDAY THRU
THURSDAY; FRIDAY UNTIL 10 P. M . |
SATURDAY UNTIL 6 P. M.
PLENTY OF FREE PARKING
bou.
»> 12 o l
CANNED DRINKS
cam
ASSORTED FLAVORS O
U - B e t S y r u p s FRUIT FLAVORED 1201. bot.
COMPLETELY AIR CONDITIONED
27C
—MARGARINE—
SUNNYBANK
YOUTMU!""
1 SAFEWAY
Parade
WASHDAY WONDER
Reg 60c S A V I I C
2
RED BANK REGISTER, JULY 7,1955
Page Six
Advisory Board
Plans Campaign
Famous Name 1955
AIR CONDITIONER
Beat the heat
at this sensational1
low price
Call EA 3-0400
Only At LEON'S
Plane for the forthcoming Salvation Army financial campaign
for Northeastern Monmouth county were started when the citizens'
advisory board met last Thursday
at the Citadel on Riverside avc.
Appointed to the steering committee to select a campaign chairman were Edward H. Conway,
lliam Fiuhr, Richard Burke,
Maxwell H. Klarln and Miss Elizabeth Hifglnson.
New advisory board members introduced were George Grimm ol
Wert Long Branch, a member of
the Newark Salvation Army advisory board, and Alfred Gopcl,
vice president of the Merchants
Trust company.
Mrs. 1/. C. Vanlnwegen, board
chairman, laid that Mr. Conway,
through contact with interested
friends, had raised $490 to send
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? * Hy r •
Spotting Sports
By Hy Cunningham
Evening Out
In Saturday's
Feature Race
Towners' 6-4 Win
Stops Field Club 9
Yearling Show Scene
Mr». George Widcner's
Filly Wine Big Ones
At Monmouth Park
Red Bank Club Hand* Leonardo Firtt
Lost; Giants Win Two to Tie for Second
• WHAT GOES ON HIGH ABOVE THE CROWD IN MONMOUTH
The seven-game win streak mark*
MONMOUTH PARK — M i s .
PARK'S PRESS BOX? We hear that question many, many times along
ed up by Leonardo Field club In
D. Widener's Evening Out
with one that most of the time hands us a laugh. And that one ia— George
the Jersey Shore Baseball circuit
probably
will
return
to
Monmouth
"What do you have good today?" Naturally, the anewer is always— Saturday and that's had news for
came to an end Monday when the
"We don't know of a thing."
Red Bank T wners edged the
Sunday's Besulta
a lot of other good fillies and
Generally, when that answer is riven the face or laces In
league leaders, 6-4, on the Towners'
Leonardo », Whltesvllle 4.
mares.
,
Bed Bank Giant* 20, Adelphla 1. field despite a blistering day.
front of us chance expression. One with a changed expression
The four-year-old daughter of
The Interesting local news turns
Monmouth Beach «, Toms River S.
will say: "Come now, you're on the inside and you get plenty
Shut Out is one of the leading
Red Bank Towners «, Keyport S. to the two Red Bank teams holdnominees for the $25,000 Molly
of food tips." If we did, we certainly would take advantage of
Ing:
down a Jeadlocke second place.
Point
Pleasant
»,
Asbury
Park
•.
Pitcher Handicap which features
these so-called tips and would then change from a six cylinder
The Red Bank Giants' and, Towners
(Forfeit.)
the track's week-end racing proare
knotted for the position with
job to an eight cylinder bugs?'.
gram.
Monday's Results
6-2 records.
Because we're -way up in starlings' and sparrows1 space in the press
Evening Out was a whiz as a
Red
Bank
Towners
(,
Leonardo
4.
Over the holiday week-end, the
box, there are some horse followers who are of the opinion that we two-year-old in 19S3, winding up
Toms River 1, Keyport i.
To*wners picked up _ the 6-4 Leonhive all the winners. They think that every "me we leave a »2 window as the champion juvenile miss of
Adelphla S, Monmouth Beach e.
ardo victory and Sunday had
wVreCarrying a "sure thing" ticket. However, it just doesn't work out the year with five stakes victories,
Red Bank Giants », Point Pleas- trouble edging Keyport, 6-5. Monthat way Twould be nice If it did. (Speaking of starlings and spar- but in 1954 she couldn't seem to
ant 2.
day the Giants scored a 9-2 win
rows, Willie Rdtner of the Newark Evening News Saturday, •nglnee'ed remember the winning formula.
WhltesvUle », Asbury Park ». (For- over Point Pleasant and Sunday,
•Vrsscue of a baby darling caught between a pair of windows. W lie
Then
last
August
she
came
to
feit.)
heat or no heat, they smothered
j . thinking about joining the S.P.C.A., talcing charge of all starling Monmouth Park for the $50,000
Adelphia, 10-1.
rescues.)
Standings
Monmouth Oaks. Trainer J. CreeW L
In handing the Field club Us
Monmouth's press box give* an excellent aerial view ol each
vy decided to experiment and
Leonardo
„ „
7 1 first lacing, the Towners jumped
race. Not only that, but it gives Everett Wilson, track superequipped the brown filly with blinkRed
Bank
Townera
8
t
off
to a 4-0 lead in the first two
intendent, an opportunity to take a peak at his men. Wilson's
ers. She led from start to finish
Red Bank Giants
• 2 frames. This margin later came In
men are out on the track with water wagons, tractors and furIn the Oaks and Crecvy and the
Adelphla
S
S
handy when the losers flashed up
rows putting It In tip top shape f ollowlnr. each race.
fans thought they had the answer.
Point Pleasant
4 4
late rally, scoring single runs In
If a writer arrives early, he'll see activity over in the stable area
But Evening; Out proved an also
Monmouth
Beach
4
4
each of the last three innings.
which is directly opposite the press box and grandstand. He'll see a ran in subsequent engagements
WhltesvUle
_
_ 3 S
Johnny Overton, who went the
view of the Atlantic ocean, weather permitting, and ocean liners that and wasn't doing well this season
Keyport
„
S S first eight, innings for the victors,
either—until she came back to
come and go in the course of an afternoon.
Toms River
S 6 and Les Stevens were clipped for
Monmouth Park. She promptly
Asbury Park '. „
0 8 eight hits uy Leonardo. Ted Lauer
On a scorcher like Saturday, activity In the stable area
ran a brilliant race in thn Regr»t
Sunday's Games
and Charlie Naughton banged out
looked like a siesta hour in Mexico, However, life perks up
Handicap for a neat (16.60 payoff.
Asbury Park at Red Bank Giants. two each for half of the eight
In her next start after that, Eve
somewhat shortly after S p. m. when the thoroughbreds are
Jack
Delaney
of
Dei
Brier
farm,
New
S
hrewtbury,
holdt
Bunny't
Beit,
daughter
of
Re
it
Point
Pleasant
at
Monmouth
Beach.
Leonardo bingles. Sparking the
ning Out ran a poor race at an
readied for the parade over to the paddock for the (Irst race.
Adelphla at Keyport.
Towner slugging were Ray SanUp in bird territory, you can spot new developments going up in the other track, but the experts will Seller-Mad Bunny, champion of the 1954 yearling show, while at the left it Mrs. Andersen Toms
River
at
Leonardo.
born, Jim Stoecker and Bailey,
area. Monmouth Memorial hospital stands out like Nashua. Trains be sfraid to pick against hpr in Fowler's Tamarack, winner of the show in 19 53. Thoroughbred horse breeders of New Jer- Red Bank Towners at WhltesvUle. each with two hits. Bob Leonard
can be seen stopping at Monmouth's little station on the main line, and the Molly Pitcher. Monmouth Park
and Bob Fix were chuckers lor
sey will hold their ninth annual show Wednesday morning' at Monmouth Perk in the walking
then the parade of taxis to the grandstand. Towering over Anything in seems to he her track.
Leonardo.
Expected to contest Evening ring shown in photo.
the area is the gas company's tank which could hold gallons and galThe Giants kept even with their
Out's
local
superiority,
however,
lons of fuel oil, if one is brave enough to mention fuel oil when the
borough rivals by recording wins
are the good feminine racers An
Monday's Results
temperature is in the 90's.
over the Adelphia nine and Point
other World, Talora, Is Proud. Oil
West Lone Branch at Long- Branch Pleasant Sporting club. In Sunday's
Post time for the first race closes in rapidly and dally douPainting, Black Main, God Child,
(Postponed.)
walkover, Ed Barr limited the
ble talk takes over. That's the time when you start hearing,
Myrtle's Jet, Elencnn Lavender
losers to a pair of hits while his
Belmar at Neptune. (Postponed.)
"What do you like?" —' "That nag's a dog." — "Play the 1-1
Hill, Canadians, Dispute and To
Red Bank at Freehold. (Postponed.) teammates rapped Adelphla hurling
Cash.
combination." (And before time runs out you'll hear all other
for 17 binglca, Marty Brenner led
Standings
combinations on the program.)
Saturday's racing card nt MonW L the hitting parade with three hits,
"I like Rocky Heights and Wicks Star." Another says: "I'm playing mouth Park also marks the halfFREEHOLD—The Thoroughbred West Lon( Branch
4 1 one a triple.
Swamp Rebel and Ash Tray." Still another will «neak up and say, way point of the 50-day meeting LONG BRANCH—Mayor Alex
The Giants had to overcome a 2-1
Horse Breeders' Association of New Oakhurst
g •
"They haven't got a chance, I've got the winner with Go West and Re- here. If the second section equals ander Vineberg will lire the firs'
Jersey will holld its ninth annual Red Bank
_
4 • deficit Sunday to take the measure
jant." Soooo, the amateurs and experts got 'cm all figured out. The the first half of the season Mon- gun ut 12:30 p. m. Sunday to start
of
Point Pleasant, scoring two
yearling
show
at
Monmouth
Park
the
sixth
annual
Long
Branch
reFreehold
4
i
mouth
ii
destined
to
wind
up
the
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Wednesday in the English walking Long Branch
_
_ s S runs In the seventh and slit in tht
as its most successful in gatta sponsored by the Lon^
What happens? Not an expert or amateur collects on the dally double. campaign
eighth.
of the Oceanport plant,
Branh Ice Boat and Yacht club in
Matawan
s s
t ring
It's the woman In the crowd who says, "I like those two names, plays history.
Jake Jeffrey and Gerinorin were
j 4
Attendance for the first 19 days the Shrewsbury river.
Jack Delaney, Del Brier farm, Belmar
'em and wins.
OCEANPORT — D e a n Watei-3 New
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Let's not forget to mention the girl from the office who won
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Games Today
In other contests Monday, Adelthe 1114.60 double Saturday. She says: "Rouge Bull was a tip.
the figures for the same period Marina, where officials of the Amer- July 30-31, when he won the flve- phrey S. Finney, president and gen. Oakhurstxat Beunar.
ican Power Boat association, the
phia won over Monmouth Beach,
last year.
But Easy Bay, well, I knew some people who lived in East Bay,
eral
manager
of
the
Faslg-Tlpton
race
Comet
elimination
scries
of
Neptune
at
Matawan.
3-0; Toms River edged Keyport,
Stealing the show in personal lanctloning group, will officiate the the Shrewsbury Sailing and Yacht Co., one of America's leading auIt sounded good so I played It I tried to get some of the
Freehold at West Long Branch. 8-5. Sunday's games saw Monmouth
performance is Jockey Sammy race card. .
thorities on thoroughbred yearling
other people In the party to play It, but they wouldn't" So
club over the holiday week-end.
The
Pleasure
Bay
course
of
one
Beach
defeat Toms River, 6-3, and
Boulmetls.
The
Baltimore
Bullet
conformation,
will
judge
the
show,
when the results are posted, East Bay pays 937.80, l».4O and
sailed his way to victory
Leonardo take the measure of
had ridden 40 winners at the con- nautical mile is highly favored by in Waters
8.40. So there you are. Watch lor your friends. If you. see
When entries closed last week,
both
races
Saturday
in
his
contestants
o£
outboards
and
inWhitesville, 8-4.
clusion of Saturday's card, Just 15
anyone from Eatontown, play that veteran Eatontown when it
Puff" and copped Sunday's the colt class outnumbered the filly
short of' the all-time Monmouth boards that will be on hand for Sun- "Lucky
LEONARDO FIELD CLUB
class by a two to one count. Howruns, especially the second half of a double.
to clinch the scries.
day's races.
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record.
One of the come-ons for some of the bettors in the press box Is
Dave Kingston finished second in ever, the number of total entries
Lehmann, c. -.;
.10 1
Known as the bathtub oval, over
remained
about
the
same.
Card.
<
•
2 0 0
all three events, while Eddie Ryan
watching the messenger who'makes all wagers for newsmen. Just be100
outboards
are
expected
to
race
Schulth's. cf
4 1 1
Heel
and
Toe
Sports
was
third
in
Saturday's
races
and
fore he heads for a mutuel window, a later bettor might run up and
Most of the leading stallions RUMSON—The Rumson Boat and Naughton, 3b
In the AU, BU, ASH and BSH
2
1 0
Carol Ravndal third Sunday.
standing in New Jersey are repre- Sport Shop scored an 8-1 victory Lauer, sa. ..:
3 2 I
drop down $60 to win on let's say number six horse. A few eeconds Car Club Meeting
classes.
Reut. rf.
2
1 0
In
the
final
two
races
of
the
over
Manning
Bar
in
a
Softball
sented,
as
well
as
several
outside
later you'll hear someone passing that $60 bet along the line and saying:/
Highlighting
the
afternoon's
proATLANTIC HIGHLANDS—The
WallinK. If
8 2 0
game played here last week.
"Charlie just put $60 cm the six horse, let's bet 'em." Wha hoppens? Heel and Toe Sports Car club met gram will be the national champion- series Monday, Kingston got the noted stallions.
McGowan. lb
1 0
1
jump on Waters .to clean up in
The winners scored runs by pairs Fix. p
2 1 0
You guessed it, number six runs out of the money.
This may be the last year that
Thursday at Cabin in the Sky when ships for Jersey Speed Skiffs. This both
Generelli.
2b.
,
3
0
2
races.
Waters
trailed
Kingsin
the
second
and
third
innings
class
will
introduce
for
the
first
the sons and daughters of Attenfilms were shown of the Sebring
4 0 0
over the finish line in the two tion will be seen In the local show. and a big three-run spurt in the Leon'd, p, l b
Then there Is the scientific bettor who scans several racing
races and preparations were made time new rules adopted during the ton
events
and
Ravndal
was
third.
sixth.
29 8 6
Although Attention's most illusfor a Chicaned course at TenEyck past winter. Formerly of a hoppedsheets, studying the past performances of all thoroughbreds on
WH1TESV1LLE
second-place finish in trious son, Spartan Valor, f ai. ;d to
Minton led the seven-hit attack
Ronson's farm in Matawan this up nature, and attaining speeds of theKingston's
the program. He checks times, finish places and a million other
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series
also
qualified
him
for
the
with
a
home
run
and
a
double.
55
miles
or
better,
the
present
rules
place
in
the
1949
exhibit,
two
of
his
Mormora,
SB
?t~ 1 I
Sunday.
little items before he makes his bet. His method Is less expenTerritorials, giving the local club sons have won the event in the past.
McElllly. 2b
B I D
will
allow
practically'
the
same
RUMSON BOAT AND SPORT SHOP
Members
will
participate
in
the
sive than the newsman guesser and there are some.
Paduano,
c
4
1 2
two competitors.
speeds
for
all
craft,
thus
creating
Best Seller, the sire of last year's
n
1
L. Pemp'n. If
4 1 2
2
For eight races there's fun in the press box and not a dull moment event, for which trophies will be
Sailing in the Woodpussy eventa, winner, Bunny's Best, will have a James,
bunched
up,
thrilling
race.
J.
Desmond,
ss
t
i
Klrby, 3b
4 0 0
exists when G. Barker Seelcy and his crew of Charlie Johnson, Don awarded. Present Thursday were Completing the inboard card will Bill Robinson, Jerry Drew and Jer- representative from Jack and Zerr, l b .
4 A
AppleKatf, cf
3 0 0
Reed and Ralph Shoemaker go all out to assist writers. There's not a Mr. and Mrs. Lee Rhodes, Mr. be the 41-cublc inch runabouts, 48- ry Clark scored victories in the Anne Delancy's Del Brier farm. Minton. 3b. ..
A n
R. Pembn. l b
3 0 I
Mrs. Vernon B. Bennett, Mr.
Emmoni,, rf
2 0 0
Wll Bank., rf. Z Z . ' Z
3 1
point series over the week-end.
question1 Monmouth's publicity staff won't answer. If it is not known and
cubic
inch
hydroplanes
and
the
80This
show
will
mark
the
first
time
Rises, rf
2 0 0
and Mrs. Amory L. Haskcll, Jr.,
Maine, c. .
J J
Drew won the first race Saturday,
at the time, they'll dig around and come up with an answer.
4 0 1
Mr. and Mrs. Richard LaRos, Mr. mile per hour ISO-cubic inch class. •with Robinson second and Walter for the syndicated Your Host to be {Jorman. If. ...ZZZZZZZ'Z" .i 0 <i Keenan p
During the lull between races there Is a television set off
and Mrs. Ernest Lager, Mr. and An expected duel In the 48 hydro Ingram third. Saturday's second represented at the yearling event. Duffy, 2b
22
1
36 4 T
from the press box and here is where the baseball fans keep
class
is
the
aftermath
of
the
19S4
Mrs. Ronson, Mr. and Mrs. Howard
Smith, 2b
(10 1
race went to Robinson, with Bourne
close tabs on all games. And when the big races are on TV,
B. Desmond, cf
"!"Z. : 0 0
LEONARDO FIELD CLUB
Ungerer, Mr. and Mrs. William program, which again brings to- Ruthrauff second and Nesbitt third.
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the boys keep up to date In that department Saturday, base8
Sims, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wright. gether Frank C. Moore of Miami, Clark won top honors Monday, with
MANNING BAR "
' Lehmann. In
4 0 1
Fla.,
to
pit
his
speed
against
former
ball took a back seat for a few minutes while Nashua won toe
James Bothwell, Ralph Gooch, WalCard, c
4 0 0
1
A B
Adamson
second
and
Ruthrauff
0111,
if.
.;.
5
".
Champion
Jack
VanDeman.
Van2
Dwyer Stakes at Aqueduct
Lauer, us
.5 2 2
ter Madden, Thomas Osborn, Al
third.
.
Reut, cf
4 0 n
In keeping the newsman happy during the afternoon, there's always Poole, William Buff, 3d, Ramond Deman was the winner in last year's
Korean, rf
3
1 1 Nauxhton, 3b
4 0 i
but was disqualified for beatnharabba. ss
3 0 0 McGowan, rf
• cold milk, soda and beer. Late in the afternoon, Jim brings in a huge Porsklevles, Robert Pctersen,-Thom- race,
4 0 1
ing
the
starting
gun.
5
Teams
Tied
Lawr,
3b.,
cf
2
0
n
•Wallinir it
;
2 0 0
Veteran Lightning S k i p p e r DeVito, cf., 3b. ...
tray of sandwiches of all tastes and hot coffee and iced tea are always as Browning, Howard W. Kizer, Jr.,
"
5 „ 0' Generelli. 2b
3 1 0
Herbert Melsel, Ed Bro-.ver, Major Other top drivers will be Dlcl: At Beacon Hill
'Charlie Allaire returned to the til- O.tr.nder. 2b
on hand.
.Z3
2 0 0 Leonhrd. p
3
1 1
ler Sunday to cop Monmouth Boat, Manning-, c
Burns, Barbara Beach and Mar- Sooy, Pleasantville; Ruby Scull,
2 0 0 Fix, p
No matter where the temperature might hike, SO's or 100's,
:
1 0 1
Ventnor,
woman
inboard
driver;
Sitrler
0
n
n
LEONARDO—A five-way tic re- club's point race on the Navesink
garet Ann rruce.
the writers are In an stir conditioned press box. The slight touch
George Smith, Mount Holly, 1954 sulted in the lady-men match play river.
Mustillo. lb
.~r.™"""~ '. 2 0 1
of quietness of the (Irst few races Is gone after a feature when
RED BANK TOWNERS
high point champion, and Jimmic against par tournament at Beacon
•.. "* g'
On
Allaire, sailing Bam, built up a Murphy, p
a doien or more typewriters start humming away.
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Camp,
Newark.
Hill Country club Saturday and good lead over Red Lippincott,
who
When chores of the work day are done, writers leave the press box
Bailey,
2b
4 1 2
Home runs—Minton, Maine, *Morean F. M a i i u c c a , It
Officials are Arthur Meeker, race Sunday,
4 2 1
was at the tiller of Puffin1 II. John Two-bate
in a happy frame of mind, win or lose. And If you were up high over
hit—Minton.
Stuecker.
M
3 0 2
chairman; Jack Fisher, chief refthe crowd in Monmouth Park's press box, you'd And out that the experts
Trios sharing top awards with Dill, sailing Patience, finished
Maiture. rf
4 1 1
eree; Byron Russell, chief starter; 12 up scores in the 36-hole event in third position, and June Methot
have losing streaks with the ponies as well as the $2 bettor, who is the
R. MazzuccR, cf,
4 0 0
Otto Becker, chief scorer; Harold were Mils. Gus Vorlcgor-Fred Mer- copped fourth in Chantey.
Sanborn, l b . ..-.
„
4 1 J
main cog in Monmouth's mutuel machines.
Reed.
3b.
c
3 1 1
Seaman and Charles Hornickcl, rlman-Mal Bedell, Mrs. Thomas Carl Schwenker, the Penguin
NATIONAL SWEEPSTAKES MIGHT BE DEAD ON THE
Dupree. c
2 0 1
measurers;
Robert
Wilcox,
course
NAVESINK river, but over on the Shrewsbury, a lively comMcVicker - John Crowcll - Charles champ, Monday took the tiller of
Carbone. 3b
0 0 0
surveyor; Marshall Van Winkle, 3d, Keylcr, Mrs. Walter Dunbav-Bemie Bam to beat out Steve Perkins, wh:
mittee has the sixth annual Long Branch regatta coming up
Overton. p
3 0 1
Stevens, p
0 0 0
Sunday, starting at 12:S0. Inboards and outboards will be feaand Sherman Maps, advertising; Dupreo-Ira L. Crouse, Mrs. John was piloting Marauder. Beryl Man
FAIR.
HAVEN—The
Fair
Haven
tured and the racing will be opened when Mayor Alexander
Ken Adams, secretary; Bob Brown, Spencer - Donald Corwin - William nishevitz, skippering Invictus, was
31 6 11
Cougera visited Headden's Corner
Vlneberr, of Long Branch tires the first gun.
treasurer, and Harold Disbrow and Frledlander, and Mrs. Charles Key- third.
and Shrewsbury yesterday
Co-chairmen Dan Ardolino and Eddie Tomaino Indicate, that this
Russ Hagerman, concessions.
RED BANK GIANTS
ler-Harold Ken-Walter Dunbar. • At the start of the race Perkins Friday
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water affair bids to become Jersey's largest powerboat racing program.
The club -will hold a kickoff dinheld a slight lead until the wind to post 15-2 and 7-4 victories, re- Brenner, 2b
5 4 3
The Pleasure bay course of one nautical mile is highly favored by the
ner tomorrow night at Fold's, West Whenever Brooklyn Dodger first shifted and Dill and Schwenker spectively.
Jeffries, cf
3 2 I
contestants of the classes listed.
End. Presentation of trophies won baseman Gil Hodges hits a home sailed past the leader to windward. Aumack and Davies led the vic- Lewis. If. c
4 4 I
Sharabba,
cf
0 1 I)
Highlighting the afternoon's program will be tm» national
tors'
hitting
at
Headden's
Cornel
by the Ice boating division of the run in Ebbets field he "throws a Ne,ar the first mark Miss Merhoi
lb
R (I I
championships for Jersey Speed Skiffs, New rules adopted this
club last winter, will be awarded kiss" to his wife as he crosses home caught Perkins, but he passed het rapping out doubles in the 11-hlt Taylor,
Belton. ss
3 3 2
winter will make these sKlffs an event of driving skill. Present
attack. Convery clouted a two-bag- Franscioni.
to the winners.
plate. ,
ss
2 I 1
when she flew a floppy spinnaker ger
rules allow practically the same speeds for all craft. This means
for the losers.
Dowlen rf
3 I 2
Schwenker
held
his
lead
after
pass
rr
1 1 1
a bunched-up Held.
Against Shrewsbury, Aumack, Ac- Pltchnrd.
Ing
Dill
and,
on
the
next
windward
Gill.
3b
4
1 0
The inboards enjoyed greatly on the Navesink will make this reand Davies belted two-base Barr c
1 0 0
leg, Perkins passed Dill for second, quaro
gatta a success. Competing will be the 44 cubic Inch runabouts, 48
hits. The home club's Dorn banged Germain, c
1 0 f)
and
Mannishevitz
came
on
fast
to
cubic inch hydroplanes and the 80-mile per hour 136 cubic inch.
E. Barr, p.
4 "1 2
hit one In the losing cause,
take third.
Among top drivers scheduled to appear are Dick Sooy of
out two doubles and Lanibertson
39 20 17
ORDER OF FINISH
PleaaantvUle, Ruby Schull of Ventnor (only woman Inboard
HEADDEN'S
CORNER
ADELPHIA
Firat Race
driver) George Smith, Mt. Holly, (ISM high point champion)
AB R H
Allaire
:
A B
Ban McBae, rf.
2 ^ "J Van Note, 2b
2 0 0
and Jjanmle Camp of Newark.
E.
Finn,
3b
......"."""
l
o
o
Glum, 2b
1 0 0
Patienci Maszle. lb
Officials of this regatta have been molding it Into quite an active
3 0 0 Lott. cf
'.
3
1 0
Methot
water affair. Every so often there is a slip and this one might not be
jaemoi
,
Chantay MeCaffary, ss
,"
loo Brenton. If
:
4 0 0
LupulofT 3b
2 0 I
the fault of the Long Branch committeemen. On the same day. the
Snramue
Wsterwltch
\ ? '•. Schank. 3b
1 0 0
Keyport Businessmen's association will hold its Salt Water Day regatta.
MoJ"
Invtctus JW^zz™:.—
Convery, c
2 I 1 Ely, l b
...._
3 0 0
This one is an outboard regatta and it should also be an excellent day
1 A I JurqueHki, as
2 0 0
Biker
.'"."."."
Fmjr I T. Finn, 2b
of racing.
Reed
0
0 0
'".'.'.. 1 0 1
Mrkins
(D.S.Q.)'Maraudei Walker, 2b
1 0 1
These are the only two regattas of any size being sponsored
EPPS,
2
0 0 Moreau 3b
. .
Second Race
Qutnn c
2 0 yn
In the county and it must be annoying to both groups that both
Dancer, p
0 0 0
Schwenker
:
gan
to 2
affairs are In session on the same day. Regattas are few in this
FAIR HAVEN COUGERS
Cusson, p
2 0 0
E, e r k l n "
Ma'raude
McCul'Kh.
p
1 0 0
county now that the "Sweepstake." held here Is apparently a
Mnnnlshevltz
Invlclun M a r t i n , Sb
•> "
Tult'vich p.
.'
0 0, 0
thing of the past
Wor'nl"
Puffln1 II p. stin*. si
•• 4 :
Peterscn. p
0 0 0
Sangston,
l
b
.
o
\
The businessmen of Keyport revived the Salt Water Day held hack
Methot
Chantey
Stine, lb. ...;.
.'.', 2 0
In the early IMO'a. It was at the time when the steamboat from New
24 1 2
»»l
Patience Pat
Aumack, If
4 2
York pourrd scores of passengers out on the local dock. Horses »nd
Snraiue
Waterwitch Acquaro, c
3 3
RED BANK GIANTS
/
y
carriages were jogging into town from all directions and were finding it
Lyons, rf.
2 2
Kansas City Athletics
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Cupples, n
4 1
difficult to find places to hitch -the hones away from congestion and in
Brenner. »•. 2b
4 2 1
Davits.
3b
;
„
_,;...
2'
1
partial shade. An occasional automobile attracted wide-eyed attention
To Conduct Tryouls
Lswla- cf c
1*" 2 1
Delano, cf.
1 1
as it chugged Into town, scaring horses, dogs and people. These days,
Raed. If.'
4 I 1
1 0
PERTH AMBOY— The Kansas Dickeraon, cf I
Taylor, l b
4 0 1
people aro still being scared, only by cowboy drivers, Keyport's water
Gerln'ln p. If. ..._
5 0 2
City Athletics will conduct tryouts
affair will get .under way at 1 p. m. It's a matter of spectator choice
27 15
Belton, sn
„
5 0 1
•
'SHREWSBURY
in Waters .stadium here July 25,
here: Inboards at Long Branch, or outboards at Keyport.
Arnott. 2b
0 0 0
AB R
26 and 27. "
Dowlen, rf
fill
Alston. 3b
3 2
GUI. 3b *
B O O
Jake Flowers, former Dodg
Gallagher, l b
_.2 0
SHORT SNORTS FROM SPORTS—Little Leagues produce
Sharahbn, p
1 0
0
w
3 0
player, and Joe O'Rourke, head Dorn, 2b
high class ball games every so often and a few days back Ned
Jeffrey,
If
4
2
2
Lambertson, ss.
.1 1
Jersey scout for the Athletics, wil Nelliitan,
McLaughlin's Fire Balls of Atlantic Highlands did just that. In
p
.1 1>
38 » 10
look over youths In the 16-23 yean, Martini, cf
a game with New Monmouth, the Fire Balls came out the vic,1 0
P. P. SPORTS CLUB
.t........ 1 1
of age bracket who are, invited to Daniels, c
tors after three eutra innings. The score, 4-3. St. Mary's held
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Baker, If
I n
Mclntyre. «». p
4 t 1
try out.
the early lead, 2-0. Fire Balls got one. In the wecond and tied
DON'T GAMBLE
Kncen, p., If
1
1 0
Summers, ef
3 0 n
It with one In the fourth. Alter both duns scored runs and
Uniform, shoes and a glove Is
Koch. c.
4 0 2
By
ED
FURGOL,
tied it arain, the Fire Balls won when Truex singled and stole
Srirague In. ss
3 1 0
all that is needed to enter the try
FAIR
HAVEN
COUGERS
1954
U,
S.
Open
Champion
Gray.
rf.
lb
3 0
second. He acored on Alfred Pitts' single. Pitts Is one of the
out session that wiM start at I
AB R H Pierce 2b
3 0 2
The
object
of
the
game
Is
to
cogs
on
the
team
with
his
fine
pitching.
In
this
contest
he
a. m. and conclude at 3 p. m,
Martin, 2b,
2 0 0 Bauer, 3b
nne
0 nd
llted
4
0 1
keep yourself from needlessly
. ?._; • « »
«»'«• The Fire Balls marked Up 11 straight
Cupple*. 2b, .. .
1 1 0 Mlk.ia If.
;. 2 0 0
P. Stlne, s
3 1 1 Youna. If
with this win. Fire Balls posted nine straight In the first half
wasting strokes. Don't gamble. If
_... 2 0 I
FAMILY SOFTBALL
Hnviland. p
1 o 0
play of the.Bayahore division ol Monmouth County Little
you care to keep your score down,
If
.'""
' 3 2
Brando rf
...„,„ 1 0 0
LINCROFT—The Mothers and Aumnclc,
League. Coach Mclaughlin Is no beginner at this game. Ned
It often Is necessary to play safo
Acciuaro, c.
,
3 1
Oleveniier, p
„
0 0 0
played considerable semi-pro baseball back In the days when
Dads
baseball
teams
here
defeated
Sanitston,
lb
3
0
lather than take a foolish risk.
LoPrestl, 3b
„,... ..(...»... 3 0 0
muscle kinks were not known to him. You can bet these kids
their
children
In
two
five-Inning
SO
I 8
If a dangerous shot brings you
Monmouth Park's ninth annual Turf Charity ball and carDavies, p
L...... 3
1 2
are receiving a baiebail education.
only a few yards closer to the nival will be held in the Monmouth Park Jockey club Saturday, games Saturday. The Mothers beat Smith, cr
2 0 0
SEEK
SOFTBALL
GAMER
Town
their
daughters
"with
p
score
of
11
Letter!, cf
_
1 0
0
I..K i . ? * " ,
«™ "napped the winning streak of Leonardo Field green than a safe shot, the gamto 9 while the Dads, battling a oneRUMSON—Tho Rumson Boat
SJu i ? i.. . . ? e y S h o r e Baseb <»» League over the holiday week-end ble may not be worth the risk. July 30. Shown above are the chairmen, Mrs. Philip H. Iselin, hand
27
7
handicap, Won with a score
1
7
Veteran R a y
and Sport Shop Softball team \%
In
deep
rough
it
often
Is
wiser
inVrtn'MnM
* *"?,£
Sanborn started off
left, and Mr$. Townsend B. Martin, going over plans for the of 8 to 0. Ruth Ford paced the
LI., winning inning
wILh a"°,
sln"T^
Veteran outfielder Del Ennls and seeking games on a home-nnd-homa
K l e , There', a tic for second place and
to chip out and play the next ahot
to victory with a home Rookie Pitcher John Meyer of the aci'lcs. Teams Interested aro reto the green, Why take a chance gala eVent which will benefit many Monmouth county charities. Moms
run. Janice Molsen was the win- Phillies are the only members of quested to contact the Boat and
on getting Into deeper rough 7
Guy Lombardo'i orchestra will play for dancing.
ning pltchsr.
Sport Shop for booking!.
tht team.born In Philadelphia.
Jersey Shore
Legion Baseball
Outboards, Inboards Feature
Yearling Show
Sixth Annual Long Branch Regatta Slated July 13
Waters Qualifies
For Comet Races
Manning Bar
Loses to Rumson
Allaire Cops
Lightning Race
Congers Win
Two Contests
Turf Ball Chairmen
c f
BED BANK BEGISTEB, JULY 7,1955
SURF, FIELD AND STREAM
Timely Notes On The Great Outdoors
HI STEW VAJJ VIJET
MOTHER NATURE AND FINNERS JOIN FORCES
The Fourth of
July week-end of
1955 w a s o n e
w h i c h will be
long- remembered
as b e i n g the
greatest salt water flehtng occasion e v e r to be
ed on the Jersey c o a s t . Old
M o t h e r Nature
and an abundance
of h u n g r y fin
ners, of all de
Stew VanVltet partments, saw to
that.
As the Tookit II, Capt. Ad How
land of Rumson, with Lt.
Comdr.
"Pat" Byrnes, U. S. Navy,1 of Rum
son; Bill Olsen of Irvington and
the writer as members of the crew,
pulled out of Folly's Pond, heading
for a day on the open sea, we
could see hundreds of rowboats
and outboard* off to the west in
the area of Goose Neck Point, in
the Shrewsbury river.
As we passed Chris' Landing, Sea
Bright, there was not a single boat
to be had. On down the river,
looking west, at the junction of th,e
Shrewsbury and Navesink, the area
of Rumson bridge was dotted as
thick as bees, with boats out of
Pauel's Boats, Rumson, On down
past the Highlands bridge, every
party, charter, rowboat and oui
board of all landings and basins
along Highlands and Atlantic High
lands, were out on the briny deep.
Rounding the point of the Hook
every boat that could float, as far
as the eye could sec, was loaded
to capacity. The boats at the Mus
sel Beds, in Raritan bay, in the
area of buoy 16, were loaded with
porgy jerkers. The channel af
Roamcr Shoals with fluke fisher
men. "Flynn's Knoll," and the "Tin
Can Grounds" were black with the
hlgr head boats from the metropoli
tan area, holding up to 200 or more
fishermen.
water Fishermen have been organized to emphasize safety, conservation and good relations with other
fishermen.
"In this respect may we mention
one of the countless times members
have freed line fishermen's tackle
caught in the rocks and other obstructions. Numerous boatmen have
had lines freed from propellers by
members. Lost tackle, outboard
motors, yes, even drowned persons
have been recovered from the bottom through. the efforts of our
members. We" unanimously decided
not to enter or hold fishing competitions where rules call for spearfishermen to spear as many flsh as
possible in an afternoon to win. (Ed
note; This is a splendid conservation ruling and should be copied by
all fishing tournaments).
"We have co-operated wholeheartedly with the New Jersey State
Fish and Game commission. Several of our members asoisted in the
underwater search for various flsh
in Lake Hopatcong and succeeded
la finding what the Fish and Game
people were seeking. Our membership has been compiling records for
the Fish and Game commission to
get some idea, of the population
and movement of flsh along our
coast. Enclosed is a census card
members fill in after each fishing
expedition. (Ed note: The card gives
flsh seen of seven species, the num
ber caught, approximate weight and
size, the type of bait flsh seen. It Is
addressed to New Jersey Fisheries
Laboratories at Milltown, N. J.
"Our club president is Howard
Rowland of Asbury Park, who is
Monmouth County Water Safety
Director, and through his efforts
members have benefited greatly
from instruction and practice in the
Asbury Park Y.M.C.A. pool during
the past winter. Every effort is
being made to bring home to out
members safe and proper conduct
in the water.
"We who love the water and flsh
Ing hope that our fast-growing sport
can develop alongside other forms
of fishing. We are not trying to
pick any fight with anybody. The
Underwater Fishermen are trying
to do their part to prevent friction,
and as the sport's growth increases,
which you can be sure it will, we
anticipate much more stringent
rules and regulations originated by
ourselves.
"Actually, spearflshing along the
New Jersey coast cannot compare
with that in Florida or other semitropical waters. There are not the
great numbers or varieties of flsh
and more important, little underwater cover, such as the thousands
of miles of coral reefs and inlets
found in the Florida Keys. Water
temperatures of SO to 60 degrees
much of the time deter the fainthearted as compared with 75 to 85
degrees in Florida. Very poor visability under water, about four to
six feet most of the time, cuts down
the sightseeing considerably. Visibility in Florida is 50 to 150 feet.
"In New Jersey a few weeks In
midsummer are about all spear fisherman can count on for comfortable water temperatures and vis!
bllity of ten to 30 feet. The rest
of the time we hunt and search
and swim miles in cold, dirty water; and more often than, not, come
home fishiest, go we feel that the
spearnshermen earns his sportsman's badge along with the rest"
ESTIMATED 30,000 FISHERMEN
Later that evening, while talking
to Jim Fernandez, proprietor o
Johnny's Landing:, we mentioned to
him that we estimated there were
20,000 anglers. Jim said: "the figure should be nearer 40,000." That's
a lot of fishing folk.
Skipper Howland was headed foi
bigger game, where the day previous he and the Mrs. had collared
ten big, jumbo, bull-nosed choppers of the seven seas. At the "Gas
Buoy," which is located about five
miles east of Monmouth Beach,
put our lines over the side, and
''•within seconds "Pat" tied into the
first blucfjsh. Then it was BlU'a
turn. As it was the first flsh that
Bill had ever caught in his life, you
can be sure that there was plenty
of "back seat" driving before he
succeeded in landing it.
After a few more trolls without
connecting, we pulled in lines and
headed southeast, about five miles,
where there was a fleet of charters
trolling. This was it. The flsh
were on top and about 75 feet behind the boat. They were mixed,
with some In the three-pound class,
while others would go up to seven
pounds; We had to knock off early,
and when we pulled in our lines at
2 p. m. the flsh box contained. 27
nice blues.
All boats in the area were In big
CONSERVATION PLEDGES
business. • We learned later from
Capt. Bill Frank of Shrewsbury, "To faithfully adher to the Fish
who owns the -Sandy out of Leo- and Game Laws of the State of
nardo Yacht basin, that he and the New Jersey, the United States and
' Mrs. and niece Pat, came In with all other Governmental Agencies,
35. Bill told that he fished two and to urge others to do likewise.
miles east of us and that he found "Never to take more flsh than can
be used, cr to wantonly kill a flshl
larger flsh in that area.
The exact location, in caie arly "To support the passage and enone Is Interested, Is about five forcement of a law prohibiting the
miles southeast of the "Gas Buoy" netting of striped bass at any time
on a line slightly south of the gas in New Jersey state waters.
tank at Long Branch, nearly out "To be trained in Life Saving and
of sight of land, in the area of the First Aid according to the standards
"Lobster Buoys." By the end of of the American Red Cross, or the
the week this body of fish should equivalent.
move into the Shrewsbury Rocks, "Never to,fl«h in or while fishing,
when chumming will get under way pass through a bathing area.
"To stay out of chum slicks.
and where they will remain through
out the balance of the season, "To extend that fraternal courtwhich has all the earmarks of a esy to all types of flshefmen, which
I, in their place, would like.
banner year.
We forgot to mention, that after "To stay clear of areas fished by
considerable coaxing on^our part, anglers, as local conditions permit.
Skipper Ad consented to let us "To stay out of inlets and never
' tackle one blue on a spinning rod flsh anywhere in the neighborhood
which we had sneaked aboard. of fishing piers or pound ,nets—
Within minutes we hooked a nice Stay well clear of any anchored
blue and lt was a lot of fun, but Ashing craft, in all areas.
"To assist other fishermen and
required considerable time to subdue him while the rest of the crew boatmen in the recovery of lost
equipment and the provision of curhad to sweat it out.
The only way to use light spin- rent reports of movements of under
ning rigs is for all on board to use water game."
the same tackle. You won't get as These are only a few of the
many flsh in the flsh box but you Sportsman's Code of the New Jerwill have a lot more real sport in sey Underwater Fishermen, Inc.
Tho next meeting of the organ*
playing them. Some day we hope
to be a member of such a crew and ization will be held at 8 p. m.
July
16, at the Aibury Park Y. M.
are working on a few of our friends,
C. A. We feel sure that anyone inIncluding Capt. Ad.
created in underwater fishing will
UNDERWATER FISHERMEN OF be more than welcome to attend.
NEW JERSEY, INC.
ALONG THE WATERFRONT
We recently received the followLester Lovett of Shrewsbury reing letter from Cal Smith of Red port* that there Is one of the largBank, treasurer of the Underwater est concentrations of big hlurnah
Fishermen of New Jersey, Inc. Be- seen In many years off the coast
cause of the popularity of this fast- of Delaware, and that the flsh are
growing underwater sport we are heading, north. Perhaps the curprinting it in its entirety. Many so- rent run is the advanced guard
called sportsmen can tear a page of this body of flih and that the
out of the organization's splendid yoar 1BS5 will go down in flailing
history aa the greatest, greatest
"Code of Ethics."
"Dear Stew: Our membership year on record.
read with Interest your column In Chumming for Mueflsh at the
The Red Bank Register of June Mudhole h u gotten off to a flying
18 and June 23, 1956. We noted start, with catches running up to
particularly your reference to the 78 to m boat - Blues are still located
Florida ' Skln-Divera association's In the river, according to Fete 01se'n of Folly's Pond, Rumson, who
proposed legislation.
"Wo would like to take this op- with the Mrs. and their six-year-old
portunity to acquaint you with daughter, boated 18 on the "Fourth.'
some of the things our club stands The Naveslnk River Rod and Gun
for. You will note considerable club will hold a Stag l.obitcr Dinslmillarity to the Florida proposals. nor tomorrow evening at 1:30 at lite
Enclosed Is a copy of the several Willow brook restaurant, Fair Havpledge's our members sign upon n.
joining the club,
The New Jersey Tuna Tuiirmt"We realize that In such a crowd- ment association, Inc., will hold Its
ed area.as the North Jersey shore annual tournament Aug. 1, 2 S and
lt would be wonderful if all skin- , It will be stated at Bridle.
divers would live up to the letter lubs Interested please contact Bill
of pur pledges. However, we can't Rutka, 60 South Sixth i t , Newark,
account for the actions of every
single person In the water, partic- Seventeen clubg have entered
ularly non-members. We can onlv teams In the coming U. S. Atlantic
hope that our 140 members aro con- Tuna Tournament at Point Judith
ducting themselves in the sports- Rhode Island, which Is to be held
man liko manner sot forth in our ug. 9, 10 and 11. Total entry is
pledges. Wo have mode every of- xpecteil to rench 23 teams or more.
fort in the three years tho Under- Doadllne for entry it July 11,
McCarthy Second
At Wall Stadium
BELMAR—Little Lenny Brown
of Hope showed sensational improvement over his previous appearances at Wall stadium Saturday night as he walked off with
his first feature victory in two
years.
Brown, last year's sportsmen division champion and a contender
this year among the modified!, had
not won a main event in more than
30 tries.
Saturday night there was little
doubt about it. In a race marred
with several crashes, Lenny managed to get out of one scrap after
another to build up a sizable lead
by the midway point and then
fought off belated rallies by Red
Bank's Bill McCarthy and Frank
Myroncuk of New Egypt.
Pre-race favorite George Tet,
winner of three previous stadium
events, could muster no. better
than a poor fifth. McCarthy, winner of. the Memorial classic at the
stadium recently, also had a tough
time taking second money. Myroncuk was never more than two
lengths behind and threatened seriously twice during the course of
the 25 laps.
Lenny ihowed notice of his improvement, in the preliminary
events as he won both his 10-lap
heat races and 12-lap s«ml-flnal
race.
Wall's largest field of cart of
the season, 46, raced in qualifying
events.
Results:
First Heat (10)—Won by Len
Brown, Hope; second, Jack McLauffhlin, Paulsboro; third, Bill
McCarthy, Red Bank. Time, None.
Second Heat (10)—Won,by Johnny Rocco, St. Albens, N. Y\; second, Gordon Oldford, Westfleld;
Frank Myroncuk, New Egypt.
Time '2:59.21.
Third Heat (10)—Won by Dave
Hulse, Point Pleasant; second, Tom
Clark, Red Bank; third, Charlie
Birdsall, Point Pleasant. Time,
None.
First Semi-final (12) — Won by
Brown; second, McCarthy; third,
Augle Moschera, New Egypt. Time,
3:35.84.
Second Semi-final (12)—Won by
Tom Clark. Red Bank; second,
Ralph Perkins, Trenton; third,
George' Tet, Long Island, N. Y.
Time, 3:30.«.
Consolation (10)—Won by Oldford; second, Brown, Hope; third,
Al Peters, Railway.' Time, None.
Feature (26)—Won by Brown;
second, McCarthy; third, Myroncuk; fourth, Hulae; fifth, Tet, Time
None.
Pvt. Warren Arrives
At White Sands, N. M.
WHITE SANDS, N. M. — Pvt.
Raymond C. Warren, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Wilbur B. Warren, 106
Linden pi.. Red Bank recently arrived at the White Sands proving
ground and is now a member of
the 9577th technical service unit.
White Sands is the army's extensive desert testing center for
rockets and guided missiles. It is
also the lite of joint Armed Forcei
exercises.
Pvt. Warren, a sound projector
repairman, was stationed at Fort
Monmouth before arriving for' duty
here.
Legion players must have written permission from their post
commanders to attend the tryouts.
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday the Cardinals will conduct tryMANASQUAN — The St. Louis outs »t Heltzel field. Trenton.
Cardinals will conduct a tiyout
camp for all players between 17
and 23 years of age at Manasquan
high school Held tomorrow and
Saturday.
Cardinal Scouts Bernie BorgKEYPORT—Nine outboard races
mann and Frank Crespl will net
workouts under way each day will feature the Salt Water Day
regatta
which will be sponsored
promptly at 10 a. m. Players who
desire to attend need bring only by the Keyport Businessmen's asa glove, baseball shoes and a uni- sociation here Sunday.
form, If they have one. Playing Conducted by the New Jersey
equipment will be furnished by the Outboard association, there will be
races in four classes and a free-forcamp personnel.
"Red" Schoendlenst, Harvey Had- all event.
dlx, Ken Boyer, Herb Moford and The "M' clasa outboarda will
Bobby Tiefenauer, now with the open the afternoon's program at 1
Cardinals, and many other Red o'clock with the first heat. FollowBird Minor League players, were ing that will be "A," "B" and "C"
discovered In tryout campn. The classes.
ability of each player will be The course will be four laps of
judged by the scouts who are train- a rectangular run on Raritan bay.
ed for that purpose. Those who arc This course la not approved for
selected as having a potential to records.
some day reach the major league Officials are Andrew Ulrichsen,
with the Red Birds will be offered chairman; Richard McFadyen, refa contract to play in the Cards' eree; Fred Jacoby, Sr., timer; Robert Buhler, starter; J. L. Schanck,
famed minor league system.
Expenses incidental to attending Jr., scorer; Emil Jacoby, measurer,
the camp will be refunded to any and Mike Ronca, pit manager.
boy signed to a contract with any No problem finding tentnti whtn you
club in the Cards' organization. Rdvertijie The R«giu»r way.—Adv.
New Court to Hear Cards' Tryouts
Navigation Cases At Manasquan
MIDDLETOWN TOV/NSH1P—
New Jersey's first navigation court,
a roving tribunal established to
hear cases involving alleged violations of state regulations for the
operation of power vessels and outboard motors, will be held at the
township hall here tomorrow and
Fridays, July 22, Aug. S and 19
and Sept. 9 and 23.
One of the principal purposes of
the court, said Joseph E. McLean,
commissioner of Conservaton and
Economic development, will be to
dlspoae of cases of uncertain Jurisdiction.
At various points In New Jersey
waters, he pointed out, county and
municipal lines become seriously
blurred, and law enforcement officers find it difficult to determine
the local court of proper jurisdiction.
For administrative purposes, the
Navigation court has been divided
into two parti— part one will be
concerned chiefly with the lakes
region of North Jersey, and part
two will handle cases arising in
South Jersey and the general tidewater area.
McLean announced that Peter J.
Gannon of Newark, chief of the
state bureau of navigation, has
been appointed magistrate for both
sections of the court. John J. Wander of Irvington will serve as
clerk for part one and Eugene H,
Mulvey of Long Branch aa clerk
for part two.
Establishment of a navigation.
court was authorized by the legislature last December. It enjoys full
judicial status, and its procedures
will conform to those of New Jersey's municipal courts'.
Uwton in ROTC
Training at Bragg
Keyport Outboard
Regatta Sunday
Allaire to Race
In NJYRA Series
Scoring: three first* and a second,
veteran Lightning Sktpper Charlie
Allaire won the right to represent
Monmouth Boat club in the North
Jersey Yacht Racing association
men's nailing championships by a
series of races held over the weekend on tho Navesink river.
Allaire marked up a four-point
margin over Commodore Georgo
Worthley of the local club, who finished with 11 points.
In the flrat race Worthley led at
the Hist mark, but Allaire lost no
time gaining the lead to win the
race. Worthley again took the lead
In the second race at the flrat
mark, but again the veteran skipper passed the leader to take flrst
place. Worthley copped the third,
and In the final race Allaire took
the lead from the start to win the
race and series.
The victory enabled Allaire to
compete In the N. J. Y. R. A. championships to be held on Lake Hopat
cong July 23-24. This final series
will be sailed in Thistle type craft.
In a Cub Scout softbsJ! gam*
played Wednesday of last week at
Mullina' field. The' final score waa
10 to 9 In favor of Llncroft.
The B team of Lincroft-Holmdel
moved into flrst place in the Cub
Scout softball league Friday by defeating the River Plaza team, 1«
to 9. Teddy Hir»t, pitcher, fanned
13.
MANCEL HOMERS TO WIN
LINCROFT—John Mancel hit a
home run to break the tie score
between Llncroft and River Plaza '
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FAIR HAVEN—Cadet Donald P.
Lawton son of Mr. and Mrs. George
P. Lawton of 170 Oxford ave., reported this week to Fort Bragg, N.
C, for training in the six weeks'
summer camp required by the
Army Reserve Officer Training
Corps program.
Cadet Lawton has completed
three years of the R.O.T.C. program
at Syracuse university. He will
take one additional year in his
college senior year. Upon graduation ha will be commissioned a
second lieutenant-in the U. S. Army
Reserve.
VIXENS WIN
LINOROFT—The Vixens, newlyformed girls' softball team here,
defeated the girls of Shrewsbury
Wednesday of last week with a
score, of IB to 5. Eleven runs were
scored In the first Inning.
- FALONEY GETS CALL
BALTIMORE. Md. (AP>—Bernie
Faloney, former Maryland univeralty quarterback who has played
pro football in Canada, is now a
second lieutenant at Boiling Air
Force Base. Other former Maryland
players at Boiling are Chet. Hanulak and Ed Fullerton, plus former
Notre Dame men Johny Lattner
and Menil MaVraldea.
DIMAGGIO COMEBACK
NEW YORK (AP)—Joe DiMaggio will make a comeback In a
Yankee uniform but it will be for
one day only. Saturday, July 30.
DIMagglo will manage a team of
former Yankees while Frank
(Home Run) Baker will lead a
tcami.of Hail of Fame members In
a Yankee stadium game preceding
a Yankee- Kansas City clash,
WILL BE CLOSED
ALL DAY MONDAYS
DURING JULY & AUGUST
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SAN FRANCISCO (AP)—Lefty
Gomez, former Yankee southpaw
ace, sees greatneas for Andy Carey,
Yankee third baseman; "If he progresses as he has in the last two Ben Hogan was-, the' first former
years Carey will become one of the U. S. Open golf champion to file his
greatest third baseman In history," entry for the 1(55 event set for June
says Lefty, .now a sporting goods 18-18 in San Francisco.
salesman.
New Jersey
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Broad Street
Shrewsbury,
New Jersey
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NewsfromtheNavesinkTPti"er Squadron
Reed Cops Wall's
Late Model Event
by Karen Lindaley
Skippers on our Navesink almost
BELMAR — National S h o r t
melted in the swc'.ttring: sun dur- SHREWSBURY—Charles H. Hall,
ing this Fourth of July week-end. commander of the Shrewsbury Track lato model racing champion
Jim
Reed of Peekskill, N. Y., drove
Races were sailed on both the Power squadron, announced a boatNavesink and Shrewsbury rivers ing rendezvous for Saturday. July his 1955 Chevrolet to a recordsmashing
victory in Sunday night's
by hearty and cold-blooded sailors. 23, at the U. S. Coast Guard base.
late model classic at Wall stadium
The most exciting races stem- Sandy Hook.
Another boating event will be here.
ming from Monmouth Boat club
Reed outclassed a top-notch field
were those sailed for the men's held Aug- 20 at KrafTt Manor, Point
championship of the club and Pleasant, just east of Clark's land- of late model cars of NASCAR in
covering
the 6T-mile distance in
ing.
The
final
fall
outdoor
meetqualifying a skipper to represent
M. B. C. at the »emirflnal men's ing will be Sept. 17 at Windward one hour, three minutes and 38
seconds, considered exceptionally
championship races in Nyack, N. Beach, Laurelton.
Lieut. Conidr. George N. Wagner fast time for a strictly stock late
T. Charlie Allaire won three out
of the four races sailed to win the of Red Bank is in charge of the model race on a short track.
The performance shattered the
title with 15 points. George Worth- activities.
The Shrewsbury Power squadron existing record of 1:07.53 set in
ley was second with 11; Bob
Howie third with 8, and Btub holds seventh position out of R5 1953 by Ronnie Kohlcr.
units in 20 districts regarding its
Hance, fourth with 6.
Reed covered the entire distance
without pit stop. His tires were
Carl Schwenker and Steve Per- activities.
evenly
worn with plenty of rubber
kins, both seniors in high school,
crewed with George Worthley and,
David Manniachewitz raced a left—although several of the late
according to their skipper, were the brand new lovely light green Lip- models were forced to make eostbest crews on the river.
pincott Lightning for the first time ly stops for tiro changes.
Reed beat out Paul Pettit of
The two Comet races sailed Sat- this week-end and copped a third
urday as eliminations for the ter- in the Monday race. He will enter Danbury, Conn., another Chevrolet driver, by slightly less than
ritorials to be held in the bay, Princeton this fall.
resulted in the same winners for
Sam Riker, who bought Steve's three laps. Third was another
both. Hank Mlltenberger was first; old boat, Frog II, was racing it this Chevrolet driven by Bill Gross of
Washington, D. C. A 1953 Hudson
Dick Davis, second; Buddy llc- week-end.
took down fourth money
Knight, third, and Ted Formoso,
Captain "Ike" of the Vike caught Hornet
Bud Gelselman of Raleigh,
fourth.
100 weakflsh Saturday off the coast with
Sunday afternoon (also in the of Monmouth Beach. He took a N. C.
Reed was also fait qualifier for
eliminations) the first race was party out for lunch Sunday.
touch and go between Hank and
The Miclimar, an Owens cruiser the night having turned the 1/3Dick, with Hank finally taking the from Bloomfield, burned Sunday mile in 17.02 seconds. Nearly a full
lead. Ted Formoso was third and off Fair Haven. Sailors on the second behind In the time trials
Buddy McKnigrht, fourth.
boat got burned, before It went was Pettit, while Gross was third
Dick showed his skill by winning down in the channel. The fire at- at 18.13. The Chevrolets took all
the second race that day, with tracted a crowd of skippers in their the honors in the time trials havHank, second; Buddy, third, and boats, including Harvey Schenck ing copped the flist five positions.
Ted, fourth.
Next came a Dodge, Nash Ramin Say When and the race comThe eliminations were finished up mittee of the M. B. C. in the club bler, Hudson Hornet and another
Rambler. A sixth Chevrolet turnMonday morning when Hank won skiff.
his fourth race, followed by Dick,
Members of the South Shrews- ed 10th fastest time.
Ted and Buddy. Since fifty per cent bury'Sailing anl Yacht club enIt pays to advertise in The Register.
of the fleet is allowed to attend. joyed a picnic on 'one of the is- —Advertisement.
both Hank and Dick will represent lands in their river Sunday. Nineour club in, the territorials.
teen boats—from 38-foot yawls to
Charlie Allaire, sailing "Unc" canoes—attended for supper,
Keator's boat, won the Lightning
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Clarke of
races Sunday with "Red" Lippincott Locust are selling their Penguin.
every
close behind for second. John Dill
Members of M. B. C enioyod a
SATURDAY
was third and June Methot was good dance Saturday night on the
fourth.
and
second floor of the clubhouse.
Carl Schwenker, in "Unc" KeatNext Sunday, skippers on the
WEDNESDAY
or's boat with his brother John and Shrewsbury will participate in an
Night
Diane Tillotson as crew, won the "around the islands" race near
Lightning race Monday, Steve Per- Monmouth Beach. All types of
kins, in his new boat, was second boats will sail and be given handiand David Mannischewitz, also in caps.
his new boat, was third. George
PVIIIIVTI I*, w.
Comet or Lightning races nwillW w^i
Worthley, in "Ked" Lipplncott's arcNoscheduled
for next week-end as
boat, rated fourth.
COMING
EVENTS
many of the skippers will move
Down the river at Fair Haven, forces to the Red Grant regatta at
ioo.i»» sprmc
the Woodpussys were racing, Perth Amboy. There they will come t a l ,|. « £ k
nicky Dicklnton -won the first pete against some ' rather tough Juki l »
( *"••
junior race Saturday w^th Mike competition and we hope to bring
jury i j — ^ M
pnfnm
tl-lap
Futora
lght
Colyer, second, and Richard Ro- home the honors.
( l « k Cara
gers, third. Ricky again won the
That's
about
all
for
this
Issue,
July
second race with Richard second skippers, but I'll see you next week
ll-lap laatiir* ra««
and Mike, third.
Mldftt-llack Cam.
with news of the trophies won at
Don Colyer won the senior race Perth Amboy by skippers from our July 23— | fclnatlan Pratram
Twa Il-la> Malm
Sunday with our champ Ricky, Navesink.
I
rating second, and Don English,
third.
Ricky won the senior race Monday with Don Colyer, second, and
Don English, again third.
On the Shrewsbury, Comet races
were held all week-end as eliminations for the territorials. Dave
Kingston and Dean Waters won
the two races sailed Saturday. Dean
won one Sunday and Dave copped
the two remaining Monday. Dave
will represent the South Shrewsbury Sailing and Yacht dub In the
•territorials out in the bay.
Jerry Drew won the Woodpussy
race sailed Saturday on the Shrewsbury. BUI Robinson was second and
A'OID
Walter Ing.am, third.
'
Bill Robinson won the second I
race with Bourne Ruthrauff, second, and Bill Mesbit, third.
On Monday, John Clark rated
first, sailing Dave Kingston's boat.
I WEEKDAYS • 2.50 All Day
Arthur Adamson was second, and
Ruffy Ruthrauff was third.
I
1.S0 Afttr 4 P. M.
Steve Perkins, sailing his beauti-'
ful new pink and black Lightning,
the Marauder, disqualified himself
• Sat., Sun. & Holidays • 3.50
in the race Sunday when he collided with the Miigic and .broke his
spinnaker pole. He did very well
COMPLETE FACILITIES
with the boat Monday, however,
when he copped a second in the
Restaurant
Cocktail Lounqt
race. He will enter Pingry school
this fall.
Sets Rendezvous
STOCK CAR RACING
f m r
ASBURY PARK
GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB
i s ! • ajV ••_.
IK^m mtJ&
BARGAINS! BARGAINS!
JULY
WEATHER
Cash In On These GIGA NTIC SAVINGS Today Thru Saturday
DISH TOWELS Plastic GARDEN
F R E E INSTALLATION On Deluxe Quality
HOSE
26 in. x 14 in.
«MAROON. BLUE &
OREEN PLAIDS
Complete with couplings.
3-Year Guarantee
25-FOOT ROLLS
WALL STADIUM
GOLFERS
^jB
CHARGE ACCOUNT
$2.19
50 Ft.
CHARCOAL
Brass Sprinkler
BRIQUETS
JO!.. Bag
c
$1
cc
Coaches
Club Coupes
Mod* to Sell
far $15 or
more
for most ears
Deluxe plastic coated fibre covers
that-will !nst .t'viceas lonrr as
ordinary -ones! Reinforced,
trimmed with leatherette.
BUY NOW! TAKE MONTHS TO PAY!
Reg. $1.39
OPEN TO PUBLIC
SARAN
MASTIC
SEAT COVERS
Aviation Style
k. (. GIIKRT
SUN GOGGLES
8-inch
Electric
FAN
Hercules English
BIKES
MEN'S & WOMEN'S
'- Full Size With 3 Speed
Hubs—Hand Brakes
Guaranteed for 50 Years
A $50 Bike for Only
'3.88
34
$071.95
With Case
8 Races Daily s ^ t h r u AUGUST 8
Others to $19.95
HEAVY DUTY
AUTO TOP CARRIERS
RUBBER SWIM
Product FINS
uniting
REPAIR PARTS
CARRIED IN STOCK
Imported by Roadntasler
swimming power.
Snug
$2.88
Fastens to lop of
car with suction
cups and straps to
tlie rain gutters.
The rails are made
of h e a v y duty
metal.
fitting.
comfortable.
Up to Site 4 I
Sixes 4 - 1 3
1.33 » 1*2.33,.
SCOTT-ATWATER
OUTBOARDS
71/2, to, i s , ao M.p.
OCIANPORT, N. J.
Mtw««n Rtd tank ond Long Ironcli
STAKE RACES
Molly Pitcher Handicap
tat., July I—111,000 Add«<
ROD—2 piece, 5Vi ft., lancewood
List $4.00
REEL—150 yd. capacity
Nelal spool
List $3.00
LINE—32 Ib. lesf Linen
50 yd. spool
List $0.85
New Jersey Futurity
O.n. 4dm. $ l . i 0 , fax ,n«». -Children™! admit,,*-
ALL STEEL 6YM SET
A COMPUTE PLAYGROUND IN ITSELF!
Gaily colored twill hammock w i t h non - tipping
stand and foam rubber pillow.
$ 7 0 . 9 5 List
1 9
$129.50
Salt Water
Rod-Reel & Line Combination
Wed., July I I — S I 1,000
HAMMOCK
and STAND
27.77
2.5 H.P. flambeau Motor
TAKE
12 MONTHS
TO M Y
2-way Escalators
loungtt and Terrace*
Overlooking Saddling Paddock.
Cafeteria and Restaurants
With COASTER BRAKE, PNEUMATIC TIRES
$
*
Special!
BEAUTIFUL
GRANDSTAND FEATURES
SPECIAL! 20-ineh Boys1 and Cirls1
ENGLISH B I K E S -
Total $7.85
i
AMPLE PARKING SPACE
ALL FOR
$
4.88
list
$15.95
3 Point HAMMOCK without
STAND, Woven Multi-stripe
4.44
GRAB TRAPS
^ ^
Huvygugiwir*
BIG!
STURDY!
HEALTHfUL!
Complete with 2 swings,
slide, trapeze bar, flying
rings, air-glide. Top bar
of 2 inch steel tubing.
25
SAME AS ABOVE WITHOUT SLIDE
Usually
$30.95
$15.77
••••a^H
Auto Clothes
Hanger
88c
We reserve the right to limit quantity
Page Eleven
RED BANK REGISTER, JULY 7,1955
has been arranged for Sunday, July
NOTICE
' CERTIFICATE OF RETIREMENT OP '
24, at 3 p m., and a boat ride has
CAPITAL STOCK OF RED
An ordinance entitled "An Ordinance
ilso been scheduled.
Amandins and Supplementing- an OrdiBANK MANOR. INC.
nanc* -Entitled 'An Ordinance Resulatlocation of the principal office of
Once
again the Lions club,
inf7 tha Location, Construction, Drain- thaThe
ASBURY
PARK—After
their
recorporation In thla ateta is Bed Bank
hrough its members, Is raising
age Clsanlng and Emptying of Any Manor,
Red Bank, New Jersey.
cording; of "Sin" made the top rePrivy Septic Tank or Vault Within tha
unds to help support the Y.M.C.A..
Th«
name
of
the
agent
therein
and
In
cording hit tunes list, The Four
Borouzh of New Shrewibury, and providThe average age of the new cigar towards sending needy boys and
ing for t»e Licensing Thereof and Pen- charge thereof upon whom process Aces suddenly jumped into national
altiea for the Violation Thereof. Adopted egainst thla cortcration may be served spotlight a* a big time hit. Their smoker has reclined from 28 years girls to canp for a two-week period
ia
ft.
Thomae
Bowers.
June 29, 1954'," was presented for inRed
Bank
Manor,
Inc,
Inc.,
a
comorto
less than 23 In the past three each. The girls have already left
1955 Jersey shore appearance will
troduction and first rending on May -i,
19ES by tha Board of Health of New etion organized and existing under the be at the Casino on the Boardwalk years, and in the same period of for camp and the uoys are schedShrewabury Boroush, and on June 28, Law. of the State of New Jersey, hereby Saturday. This dance-spot, which time, 500,000 new cigar smokers uled for July 10 to 23. Harry A.
1»S6, wae Anally adopted and approved. CERTIFIES:
That the 1,600 eheree of Class B pre> has recently been reopened by the have appeared, it was revealed Kearney, is chairman, assisted by
ANN C. EKVIN.
V I . Secretary,
ferred etock of the corporation issued Rediker Brothers, will also feature Tuesday night by Alexander Ungar, the Lions boys and girls committee.
B
d off Health.
Hlt
Board
II.1»
and outetanding la reduced by S7 shares Ray Eberle and his orchestra.
vice president in charge of Sales
thereof now held by the corporation, to
The Lions club Is one of the
NOTICE OF SALE OF LAND
for the Unt/ar Box Co., of New eleven clubs of District 16-B, which
1,463 shares thereof and the 730 sharei
Notice Ie hereby given that an offer J- c-| a B i c" p r , ( ,'r r , d stock
stock of
of the
the-or.
-or
Brunswick, in an address before Is sponsoring the third annual pilhse been recelred for the purchase of p o r , t | o n i,, U ed and outstanding ia rethe Lions club at the Molly Pitcher grimage and picnic to Camp Hapcertain property within the Borough of j ^ S J by 1«" sharee theriof now held
hotel. Mr. Ungar, representing the piness, Leonardo, for the benpfit of
Fair
Haven,ti ewhich
property
Is more par. by the corporation, to 888 shares
therelle
l llr
l>
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h
Cigar Institute of America, spoke the blind, July 31, at 2 p. m.
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**i. i ' o , m i JO*, 133, 134 ductlon is accomplished ie by retiring
on the subject, '"Hie Story of Ci- This Is the 25th e.iniversary of
and 135 on the south side of McCarter absolutely and definitively eeld 37 shares
Avenue. Lots Mo. 127 and 128 will be of Class B preferred atock and said 147
gars."
the camp, and there will be enteraold ae one lot end only one principal shares of Class G preferred stock now
Discussing the
cigar lndusty tainment, and food and refreshbuilding may be constructed thereon. held by t h . corporation and by reducing
Lots No. 131 through 135 inclusive wilt the capital stock of the corporation to
story, its historical progress and ments served for the entire family.
be eold as three lota each having a 1,483 sharea of Class B preferred stock
its current status in our economy, Kenneth L. Walker, Sr.( Is the
frontage of approximately 83 Va feet. and to 688 shares of cle&s C preferred
Mr. Ungar noted that tha cigar local chairman.
Only one principal dwelling may be con- stock, by appropriate end proper action
structed on each of said three lots.
business has had an up and down
of the directors and etoekholdere of the
Paul Comlcy French, Jr., of Little
An offer hae been received In the corporation.
career, reaching an all-time high
amount of Two Thoueand Three Hundred
Silver, will be the speaker at next
IN WITNESS WHEREOF. Bed
of almost g billion cigars produced
Fifty Dollars (12,350.00) for all of the
week's meeting on the subiect of
Bank Manor. Inc., has caused this
aforeaela lots. It is. however, to be unin 1920 and down almost half in
Certificate to be signed by lie
Electronics and You." Mr. French,
derstood that If a higher offer lii re- SEAL President
1933. "The last 3 years," he stated,
and Secretary and the
a system and procedural consultceiv.d for any o n . of the four building
eeal of the corporation to be here"the industry had a very gratifying
leta to ba aold, that such lot may be
ant, will talk on the new wonder
unto annexed this ltth day of
10% increase and last year went
sold eeparately and that the aforesaid
machines and the possible savings
M
offer may be considered a . if It were
comfortably over the 6 billion mark
*RED'BANK MANOR, INC.
that can result from tho use of
en offer of Five Hundred Eighty-Seven
By PHILIP •». BOWERS, President,
again for tho first time in 25
Boilers and t'lfty Centa 11587.SO) for
the modern business machines. The
Attcit:
years." The resurgence of cigars
each each building lot.
Robert
Eisner.
Secretery.
annual meeting of the Lions Club
The Four Aces
AND TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that a
and the appearance of over a half
Welfare association, will also be
meeting of tlie Mayor and Council of STATE OF NEW JERSEY) SSI
million
new
cigar
smokers
is
the
t h . Borough of Fair Haven will be held COUNTY OP MONMOUTH)
held in conjunction with this reguThe Four Acei were organized
a
g
the 11th day of July, 1965. at the Bor- BB IT REMEMBERED, That on thle
Alberts result of several factors, namely, lar meteting.
ough Hall, Fair Haven, S-00 o'clock In l«th day of Mey, nineteen hundred and few years ago when Al
better and more advertising; great
the evening, at which time the Mayor fifty-five, before me the subscriber, » then finishing a stretch in the advances in package design; conThe resignation of Nelson M.
and Council shall hold a hearing UDon Notary Public of New Jersey, personally Navy, met Dave Malioney, a tenor
N
tinuous market research; an educa- Ayers was accepted.
tho said offer and shall consider whether
ROBERT EISNER, who being sax. They decided to form an Inthey ehall reject or connrm and ratify appeared
tional
campaign
among
the
retailbe duly sworn on his oath, naye that strumental group with the addition
tha said sale, providing no higher prices by
ia the Secretary of Red Bank Manor,
ors pinpointing tho necessity for
or better terms ehall then be paid for he
nc, tha corporation named in the fore- of Dod Vaccs.ro on trumpet, and proper cigar humldlflcation and the
t h . said property by any other l i m n lolng
Certificate: that he well knows the Lou Silvestri on drums and the
or persons, Said eale. If made, shell be corporate
aeel of s«ld corporation: that Four Aces were born. Success waa Introduction of cigar smoking acsubject to - covenants, conditions and he st.l affixed
to said Certificate ia the
cessories which are smartly dereetrietlons of record. If any, to such corporate aeal of
eat* corporation; that immediate.
ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS—Fourslfned for appeal to hostesses. He
state of facts ea an accurate eurvey
eaid seal was so affixed end the aald
may disclose: and to munclpal Ordinance! the
was introduced by John Warren, teen Boy Scouts from troop 22
Certificate signed and delivered by
BIRTHDAY PARTY
here returned Sunday from a week
Philip J. Bowers, who was at the date
Jr., program cha.lrman.
M
Tn."•»"'.'*> made, shell be f*r cash, thereof the President of said corporation.
at Camp Pflhaquarra ncRi* the Del
MATAWAJJ—Mr. and Mrs. AJpayable 10 per cent on the day of sale in the presence of this deponent, and
awaro Water Gap. Scoutmaster
Twenty-four
children
from
New
ed
Adler,
Main
st.,
entertained
and the balance at the closing of title, said President, at the same t me ackwhich shell be within SO day. from the nowledged that he signed, scaled and de- for their daughter Frances, who York will arrive in Red Bank Wed- James Rudd and Assistant Scoutadoption « f the Resolution approving livered the same as his voluntary act was celebrating her 12th birthday nesday morning, July 13, for a two- master Warren Miller accompanied
t h . sale
and deed, and ae the voluntary act end
week vacation, through the yearly them.
By order of the Mayor and Council deed of seld corporntlon. by virtue of Friday. Guests were her j^randparAttending were Richnrd Gasklll
authority from its Board of Directors, enti, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Adler, program of the Herald-Tribune
of t h . Borough of Fair "
aiH that deponent, at the same time, Union Beach, and Mr. and Mrs, Fresh Air Fund, sponsored by the Harry Zane, Jr., Robert Brooks
Borough Clerk. subscribed his namsd to said Certificate
1T.20 ,
•"
Liona
club.
Randolph
M.
Bailly,
George
C.
Maier
and
daughter
Howard
Lemberp, Dnvid Lowry
aa sin attesting witness to the execuchairman, publicly thanked the Alfred Heiman, Henry Hanke, MarMary Ann, Matawan. '
NOTICE
tion thereof.
families of this area who volun- tin Bowno, Paul Ashuck, Bruce
AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR AND Sworn and Subscribed before)
AUTHORIZING THE IMPROVEMENT me at Red Bank, New Jersey,)
McConncll.
The poorwill, southwestern cousin teered to take these children Into Sahrbeck, ' Patrick
o r MON
MONROE
OE AVENUE FROM BROA
BROAD the dete aforesaid,
their homes for this two-week
James Bosley, Ronald Halvorsen
if
the
whlppoorwlll,
Is
the
only
bird
REET EASTERLY TO ITS END
STTREET
period through July 27. A picnic and Lee Duttkln.
RTH
MONROK AVENUB
ANDD N
NORTH
MONROE
Altnee H, Broman, Notary Public of which is known to hibernate.
-"-— - - " " - l U E NOBTHER- N. J. My commission expirea ?4ayy 29..
BY CURB. I960.
$28,1 6
SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY
....
NECESSARY DRAINCHANCERY DIVISION .
AGE:
APPROPRIATING
111.800
MONMOUTH COUNTY
THEREFOR AND AUTHORIZING THB
DOCKET NO. M-4J7T.S4
ISSUANCE OF $11,200 IN BONDS OR
KOTES OF THE BOROUGH TO PAY CONSTANCE MAHER, Plaintiff ._
THE COST OF SAID IMPROVEMENT WILLIAM A. MAHER, Defendant. Civil
Action. Notice to Absent Defendant of
AND PURPOSES.
BE I f ORDAINED by the Borough Order for Publication,
Council of the Borough of Shrewebury, in TO WILLIAM A. MAHER I
t h . County of Monmouth, New Jer.ey,
By virtue of an Order of the Superior
(not lese than two-thirds of ell the mem- Court of New Jersey, Chancery Division.
b.re thereof afnrtr.ative'ly concurring) aa mad* on the 19th day of June, 1>S6, in
follows*
a civil action wherein Constance Matter
Section 1. The Improvement and pur- Is the plaintiff and you are the defendpose described in Section 3 of thia ordi- ant, you are hereby required to answer
nance is hereby authoriied as a general tha tomplaint of the plaintiff on op beImprovement to b . made or acquired by fore tha ltth day of August, 1BSC, by
t h . Borough of Shrewsbury, New Jersey. serving an answer on Benjamin Gruber,
For the improvement and purpose etated Ese.ulre. plaintiff's attorney, whose adin Section t of thla ordinance there ia dresa la 101 Bay Avenue, Hlghlande
hereby spproprieted the sum of 911.800, Mew Jersey, and in defeult thereof such
Including t h . sum of S600 at t h . down juds-ment shall be rendered against you
payment for said Improvement and pur- as the Court thai) think equitable ant
pose reo.uired by law and more partic- just. You shsll ill. your answer and
ularly described in eald Section » and proof of service in duplicate with the
now available therefor by virtu, of pro- Clerk of tha Superior Court, State House
vision In a budget or. budget, of t h . Annax, Trenton, New Jereey, In accord-,
anca with the rules of civil practice and
Borough previously adopted.
Section 2. For the nnencina* of aaid procedure.
Improvement or purpose and to meat the
The object of eeld action I s t o obtsln
part of teid 111,800 appropriation not a judgment of divorce between tha said
mat by said down payment, negotiable plaintiff and you.
bonda of the Borough, each to be known
Dated: June 14, 1958.
aa "General Improvement Bond," are
. .BENJAMIN GRUBER,
hereby authorized to be Issuer] in the
Attorney for rialsUff,
principal amount of 111,200 pursuant to
102 Bay Avenue,
t h . Local Bond Law, constituting gee- 111.tt
Hlghlande, New Jersey.
tlant 40:1-1'to 40:l-8> of the Revised
Statutes of New Jersey. In anticipation
COMMON.LAW
4-SM .
of the Issuance of eaid bonds and t .
temporarily finance said Improvement or S H U i r r S SALE:—By virtue of a wri
purpose, negotiable notee of t h . Bor
of execution to me directed, issued out
ough in the principal amount not ex ' of the* Superior Court of New Jersey
ceedlng 111.200 are hareby authorised ti (Law Division) thsre will be exposed t
b . issued pursuant to and within the aale at public vendue. oh
limitations prescribed by eald law. Tha Monday, the 1st day of August, 1955
maximum rate of interest which any o between the houre of 12 o'clock and 4:30
•aid obligations shall bear lialx per cen o'clock (at 2 o'clock Daylight Saving
turn (6%) per annum.
Time) is t h . afternoon of said day. at
House, in the Borough of FreeSection I . T h . improvement herein the Court
County of Monmouth, New Jersey,
authorised and tha purpose for the hold.
to eetisfy a judgment of said court
financing of which aald obligations are amounting
to approximately 94,687.00.
to b . issued, the approprletion made, em"
All the defendants' right, title end In.
t h . estimated maximum amount o
money to b . raised from .11 sources foi ttreat. If any, in and to tha foltowing:
All that certain tract, etc. situate In
eueh purpose, and the estimated max
Imum amount of bonds or notes to be the Townehip of Middletown,
BEGINNING at a point in the ettt tldi
lsgued for such purpose, are ae followa:
of the State Highway leading from thi
Imprevemeat or Purpose
Borough of Red Bank, to the Village ol
T h . improvem.nt of Monro. Avenu. Middletown
which point Is thirteer
from Broad Street easterly to ita end hundred feet and
north of the northwest cor
and North Monroe Avenue from Mon- ner of lot of ltndt
told to one Carr. Mi<
roe Avenue northerly to White Avebeing also tne northwest corner ol
nue, by curbing, grading, graveling. point
# 1 2 at shown on map entitled "W. B
mixed in place and eurfaea treatment, lot
Tract along Klng'l Highway
and necessary drainage, in accordant, Lloyd Me
O, Taylor. C, E,, Red Bank,
with plant and specifications therefor .George
J. Sept. 1921" end from eald beginmad. by and on (lie with Otis 3 . Sea- N.
Adning running thence: (1) in an eaaterly
man, Borough Engineer,
direction along t h . northerly line of said
Appropriation and estimated mexi- lot #12.. three hundred and thirty-six feet
mum amount of money—111,800.
and eighty eight hundredth, of a foot t
Eatimated' amount of bonde and tha watt tide of lot # 5 8 : thence (2) I
notes—111.200.
a northerly direction, along tha wester!
T h . excess of the appropriation mad line of part of lot # 5 8 , and the wester)
for such improvement or purpose over line of Ibte #57 and # 5 6 . two hundred
t h . eatimated maximum amount of faondt feet to the easterly line of e forty fool
or notes, to be issued therefor, at above atrip marked "Roadway" on eaid map
etated, i . the amount of the eaid down thence (I) in a westerly direction aloni
payment for eald improvement or pur- the southerly line of taid forty foo!
• *
- M.C
S - .
poee.
•
—
atrip marked "Roadway" three hundret
Section 4. -The following mattare ai and thirty three feet and elghty-ona hun<
hereby determined, declared, recited am dredthe of a foot to the east aid. of thi
etated:
Stat. Highway: thence (4) in a eouth<
(a) Th. said purpoee described In erly direction elong the easterly line ol
Section > of thla ordinance is not a the State Highway, two hundred feet tc
current expense and ie an improve- the point or place of BEGINNING.
ment or property which the Borough
Being and Intended ae all. of lota. .1
may lawfully, make or aequire ea a and
14 as shown on aaid Mtp.
a*.n.ral Improvement, and no part of
Being the same premises described 1
the cost thereof has been or shall be
apecially assessed on property apeelal- Book 1737 of Deeds for Monmouth Coun'
ty,
at
page 3(8.
ly benefited thereby,
Seised . ae. the . property of Francli
(b) The average period of useful- Chlacehiera,
et al... taken In executloi
ness of'said purpose, within the limthe tuit of Anthony Cerrato, and t
itatlona of Sections 40:1-34 to 40:1.36 at
of said Local Bond Law and according be sold by IRA E. WOLCOTT, Sh.rlf.
to tha reesonahle life thereof and takDated: June 24. 1956.
ing into consideration the respective
Gross ft Garfield, Attys.
amountt of the aaid obligationa to be
<»0 lines)
I25.J8.
Issued for the purpose!, Is Ave (E)
years. NOTICE
(c) Tha Supplemental Debt Statement required by Bald law hae been AN ORDINANCE TO SUPPLEMENT AN
duly made and filed En the office of
ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING A MUthe. Borough Clerk and a complete
NICIPAL COURT OF ATLANTII
executed original thereof haa been
TOWNSHIP.
filed In tha office of tha Director of
BE IT ORDAINED by the TownsM
tho Division of Local Government of
Committee' of Atlantic Township aa foltha State of N.w Jersey, and - tuch lows:
atatement ehows that the gross debt
Section I. Section VII of the above or
of the Borough ae defined In Section dinance
shall be amended to read as fol4Otl-7l of eald law la increased by thle
ordinance by 111.200. and that tha .aid
VII. There shall be a Cler
obligations authorized by thla ordi- of Section
the Municipal Court of Townehip ol
nance will ba within all d.St limit.. Atlentle.
who
shell ba appointed by thi
tlona prescribed by taid law, '
Township Committee and who eheil eerve
<d) Th. following Items, at de- for a period of three rears from the
fined and authorised by Section 40:1- date of his appointment and until his
65 of eeld law, are and thill be succaslffr is appointed and qualified. Hi
eherged as a part.of the cost of eald ahall perform such functions and dutlsi
purpose to be financed by the issu- ae shall be prescribed for him by law,
This attractive Kleenex holder,
ance of said obligations: (1) Not ex- tha rulaa applicable to municipal courts,
complete with 0 package of
ceeding 1100 on account of the cott and by the municipal magistrate, and
of iasuance of said obligationa * and shall reeelv. an annual salary not to ex<
Kleenex Is our get-acquainted gift to
(2) not exceellnir 11,200 on account ceed 1800.00 to be paid in the sami
of engineering and Inspection coate and manner as the salariee of other municl<
aN who come in this week-end. Be sure
legal expenses; and (3) not exceeding pal officers are paid, and which ehall bi
8100 on account of Interest on obli- in lieu of ell fees, costs, and othsr allowto stop in and get yours. It clips on to
gations to finance such cost during ancea whetsoever,
'
the period permitted by said section.
Section II, All ordinances or parts o1
your car's visor, keeping Kleenex handy to
Section 8. The full faith and credit ordinances. Inconsistent with the tiro'
of the Borough are hereby pledged to tho visions of this ordinance are reneeied.
your reach.
punctual payment of the principal of and
Section III This ordinance shall tali
Intereet on the said obligations author' effect when adopted and published as relied by thle ordinance. Said obllgatlonl quired by law.
thai! he direct, unlimited obligations ol
PUBLIC NOTICE
t h . Borbufrh, and the Borough shall ba
Obligated to levy ad valorem ta.xet upon
Notice Is hereby given thst the fore<
all t h . taxable property within the Bor- goInK Ordinance wea Introduced am
ough for tha payment of said obligations passed on first reading- at a meeting ol
and Interest thereon without limitation the Township Committee of the Townshi
of rate or amount.
of Atlantic, held at the Townehip Hal
Section I, This ordinance shall taki Colt'a Neck. Thursday. June 30, 10SB at
effect twenty (20) days after the fir it o'clock P. M. and that said Ordtnana
publication thereof after fine] passage, will be considered on second' and thin
readings and final passage at a reguln
as provided by ttld Local Bond Law.
meeting of the Township Committee t
STATEMENT
be hald on Thursday, the 21th day n
The Municipal Bond Ordinance, pub July at 8 T , M. at the Township Hal
llshed herewith, was finally passed on Colt'a Neck, at which time anyone interJuly f> 1955, and the twenty-day period esterl may aplieitr and be hertrd In favm
of limitation within which a suit, action of or In opposition to tho passage n
or nrocsetflnir questioning the vnlldlty o said Ordinance,
auch ordinance can be commenced a
WILLIAM MILES. M.y.u
provided In the Local Bnnd Law, tins be
gun to run from the Hato of Ihfl firs HARRY CRINE, Township Clerk, Ifi.!t
publication of this atatement,
The Register brings buyers and sellers
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RED BANK 1RE0I5TER, JULY 7,1955
Presbyterians to
Install Minister
JLTLJLSTIC
HIGHLANDS—Rev.
William Gr»y Tolley will be inatalled MM pastor of the Atlantic
Hifhland* Presb}-terian church
Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock.
A reception, honoring the pastor,
Jiil wife »nd three children will
follow.
To Benefit Retarded Children
Rev. K. M. Snable, pastor of Eatontown Presbyterian church, who
will give the pastoral prayer; Rev.
George G. Horn, pastor of Freehold Presbyterian church who will
(rive the charge to the pastor; Rev.
A. K. Magncr, pastor of Rumson
Presbyterian church, the charge to
the people. Rev. Mr. Tolley will
give the benediction.
Rev. Mr. Tolley was born in Chicago, 111., and was graduated from
Iowa State college in 1947 with a
bachelor of science degree. He
graduated from Princeton Theological seminary in June, and was
ordained on June 12 at the First
Presbyterian
church
in
Fort
Wayne, Ind. He served in the Navy
for more than two years, and for
four years after graduating from
college was a sales engineer.
County Recruits
Enlist in Air Force
T/Sgt. Thomas G. Wilkic, local
Air Force recruiting salesman, announced today that ten Monmouth
county men have enlisted for the
Central New Jersey Flight and
will stay together during basic
training.
Marjoric Ann Bungay of Railroad avc., Belford, also has enlisted for a three year period, and is
now taking her basic training at
Lackland Air Force base, where
all women enlisted in the Women's Air Force are sent.
Rev. William ti. Tollry
Men enlisting were William L.
Rev. Charles S. Webster, pastor Kehoe, Jr.. of 79 Prospect ave. and
of the Red Bank Presbyterian Kenneth W. Story. 120 West Weslchurch, will deliver the sermon, ide ave., Red Bank: George S.
and others participating will be Terry, Third st., Fair Haven; DonRev. Arthur S. Joice ot Shrews- a.ld D. Turner, 57 Helms dr.. Eatbury Presbyterian church who will ontown; Jon P. Gatyas, Wilson
deliver the invocation and the con-ave., Port Monmouth; William B.
stitutional question; Rev. P. S. Lancaster, 72 Locust ave., West
Rutgers of Columbus Presbyterian Long Branch; James Keen, 7 Secchurch, who will read Scripture; ond ave., and Alfred J. Scruby,
Atlantic Highlands; Richard P.
U Bed Bunk It'e
Manton, highway 36, Keyport, and
SHERMAN 8 for
John Till, Amboy rd.t Matawan.
These young men left for Samp• CURTAINS
• DRAPERIES
son Air Force base June 30. The
• SLIP COVERS
following named young men were
• LINENS
enlisted early in June: Timothy
• VENETIAN BLINDS.
Brown of 229 Sea View ave.. Long
For
Branch; Donald Sohaeffer, 69 SeaHop-at-Homa Sirvic*
breeze way, Keansburg, and RobPkent RB 6-26*6
ert F. Lewickl, 0 Gaston st., MataSherman's
wan. All are' taking their basic
training at Sampson Air Force
Hemt Decorators
41 BROAD STREET
RED BANK base.
The opening performance of
"Anything Goes" next Monday
night at the Neptune Music circus will be held for the benefit
of the Monmouth county unit of
the New Jersey Association for
Retarded Children.
Above, Mrs. Paul Waffenfeld of
Keyport, county president, is discussing production arrangements
with Arthur Marlowe, resident director at the Neptune big top.
This is the second season that
the county organization has staged
a benefit at the circus. Proceeds
from last year's event made it
possible to establish three classes
in Monmouth county schools—two
in Rod Bank and unc in Keyport
—to train mentally retarded ohil'
dren.
TENTH BIRTHDAY
was loaned to the Methodist church
on the Pennsylvania side for two
years by the Museum of Art. The
painting weighs 850 pounds and
covers 292 square feet and is under
21-hour guard by state police. When
the group returned to Matawan,
they were joined by John Jurman,
who was unable to make the trip
with them, and birthday refreshments wore served,
FRENEAU—The tenth birthday
of Toby Grace, son of Mr. and Mrs.
T. Leslie Grace, 19 Mill rd., was
celebrated Tuesday. The guests
were Robert Tanis, Lawrence Bachman, Anders Anderson, Mrs. Franklin Anderson and Miss Serena Anderso"
' ^y visited the barracks
in T
id the museum in the
state
and had luncheon at
Washington's Crossing. The highWilliam the Conqueror, king of
light of the flip was the viewing
of the original painting "Washing- England, died in Rouen, capital of
ton Crossing the Delaware," which Normandy, in 1087.
PUBLIC NOTIC&
PUBLIC NOTICE
An ordinance entitled "An ordinance
An ordinance entitled "An'ordinance
amending and supplementing an ordi- amending and supplementing an ordinance entitled 'Building Zone Ordinance nance entitled 'Building Zone Ordinance
for the Borough of Bed Bank', adopted for the Borough of Red Bank', adopted
June 3. 1929," was Introduced by the June 3 1929." wai held over for public
Mayor and Council of the Borough of hearing and second and third readings
Bed Bank. N. J. on June 20th. 1955. and until meeting of July 18. 1956.
on July 5th, 1955. WHS finally adopted
AMY E. SHINN,
and approved by the Mayor.
tl.il
Borough Clerk.
AMY E. EHINN,
It pays to advertise In The Register.
{1.68
Borough Clerk.
COMPLETE
New Type Kitchen
Is on Display
BATTERY'TERViCE
ASBURY PARK—Kotpoint's new
dream Kitchen of the future, "Tomorrow's Kitchen Today," will be
on display at Atlantic Appliance
company on the corner of Kingaley.
st. and Asbury ave. Wednesday.
Making a drastic departure from
traditional "dream" products of
the future, the new kitchen contain* appliances and materials that
can be obtained at retail outlets
within the next few weeks.
The kitchen, baaed on 5D years
of experience in kitchen planning,
was opened by Hotpolnt as part of
the company's golden anniversary
celebration, now in progress. The
kitchen design fulfills modern needs
for integrating the kitchen with
the living area. Built-in appliances,
finished In satin chrome, are combined with black walnut cabinets
to blend with either modern or
traditional decor and any desired
colo- plsm can be used.
Completely electric, all equipment is assembled to farm i n island in the center of the kitchen
area and all the appliances are
operated by simple pushbuttons.
Food preparation is concentrated
on one side, with a stainless steel
divider running the length of the
work and cooking surfaces, separating the cooking side from the
laundry area, which houses builtin clothes washer, dryer and lrqner. Cabinets above work surfaces
are slanted inward and doors are
counter-balanced to swing upward
at the touch of a finger. Indirect
lighting below cabinets Illuminates
work surfaces.
The kitchen was designed by
Raymond C. Sandin, manager of
visual design for Hotpolnt, and
built by Product Presentations of
Cincinnati, O.
DOUGLAS
ELECTRIC CO.
31 (AST FRONT STRICT
RIO MNH
TIL.I RE • • o i l !
ANNOUNCING
NEW STORE HOURS
DAILY 8 A. M. TO 9 P. M.
SUNDAY 9 A. M. TO 8 P. M.
SCOTT DRUG STORES. SALES AGENT
76 BKOAD STREET
VACATION TRIP
SHREWSBURY — Mr. and Mrs.
Albert E. Youmans, Jr., of Court
dr. here returned recently from a
vacation at Sun Canyon Valley
ranch on Lake George, N. Y. While
there they visited Mrs. Irving Pinechuck ot Spring Valley, N. Y.
•
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FREE DELIVERY
PHONE RE 6-1444
WE INVITE CHARGE ACCOUNTS
THE SHOE SALE WOMEN WAIT FOR
FOOTCRAFT'S
The Second National Bank of Red Bank
SUMMER SHOE SALE
ALL OF OUR FAMOUS BRANDS OF SUMMER SHOES
REDUCED
CONDENSED STATEMENT OF CONDITION
AS OF JUNE 30, I95S
WHITES, PINKS AND ALL PASTELS
LIAJtLITIES
ASSETS
•ROWN A WHITE, BLUE & WHITE AND
•LACK * WHITE SPECTATORS
Cash and Due From Banks
FREEMAN'S SPORT and
SUMMER SHOES
for MEN
REDUCED
,. $ 3,159,497.61
10,029,558.95
U. S. Government Securities
Capital
Surplus
$520,000.0t
520,000.0i
Undivided Profits
Other Bonds and Securities
,
2,804,551.56
Federal Reserve Bank Stock
,
31,200.00
6,677,922.07
Loans and Discounts
Banking House-and Fixtures . ,
(
Other Assels
- _
Reserve
400.571.9I
M . . — . ^ ^ , „ EO.OOO.Ot
Deposits!
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Demand ........|12,570,OS2.7Oi
Time
~ . 8,926,243.02
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334,221.82
9,240.02
Other Liabilities
^
•23,04»tW2.0l
$23,046,192.03
TRUST
JB3.324.4I
PUNDS
Kept Separate from the Bank's Assets ,
.....
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WILLIAM B. LYMAN
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WILLIAM B. LYMAN,
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ARTHUR T. PARIS,
'
Comptroller and Ass't. Cashier
HARRY B. MAZZA,
Assistant Cashier
JAMES VAN PELT,
Executive Vice-Pres. and Cashier
HARRY C. BARNARD,
Assistant Cashier
WILSON A. MILLEK,
Assistant Cashier
GEORGE L. BIELITZ,
Vice-Pres. and Trust Oflicer
JOSEPH M. FETTNER,
Assistant Cashier
HAROLD.B. MILLWARD,
Assistant Cashier
WILLIAM B ! LITTLE, JR.,
Assistant Cashier
88
Pair
FOOTCRAFT SHOES
FINE SHOES FOR MEN, WOMEN & CHILDREN SINCE 1896
86 BROAD STREET
i
C. M. CUBBACE
AT LOW PRICES^
SIZES UP TO 8
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RED BAN|C
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PAUL N: JAHNES,
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ELSIE B. MASON,
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RED BANK REGISTER
VOLUME LXXVm, NO. 2
Survivors of Sinking Fishing Boat
Reported Being Taken Aboard by Sub
RED BANK, N.J., THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1955
10c PER COPY
Two Hurt as Boat Burns off Fair Haven
NEW YORK (AP)—A late bul- nothing."
letin received this morning, reportThe name of the owners of the
ed that lurvlvors of a 40-foot fish- Blue Star could not be immediately
ing boat reported sinking about 30 learned. Nor was it learned
M miles off the coast of Barnegat were whether the craft was a commerbeing taken aboard a submarine.
cial fishing vessel or pleasure boat.
The fishing boat earlier reported
A spokesman for the Moran towIt wag sinking after striking an un- ing company, owners of the vessel
known object in the water. The which relayed the message, said he
boat reported it carried 21 persons understood the boat carried 20 pasaboard.
sengers and two crew members.
A distress message from the craft, The Coast Guard, however, said
identified as the Blue Star, was in- the message reported the number
tVtercepted at 2:30 a. m. by a Coast aboard as 21.
Guard palrol boat in New York The Coast Guard at Cape May
harbor, Five hours later, Coast said a message relayed by one of
• Guard craft reaching the scene pin- the ships in the area where the
pointed in the message, found no Blue Star was reported sinking,
trace of the boat nor of any sur- mentioned that a submarine had
vivors.
surfaced 350 yards from the sinkAnother distress signal, as re- ing vessel.
layed by the tug Nancy Moran, inA report of a submarine off the
••dlcated that fire aboard the sink- New Jersey Coast also was relayed
Ing boat had destroyed most of its by the Coast Guard cutter, NYRW.
llfejackets.
The Coast Guard headquarters
Four Coast Guard vessels and two here said it had issued a "distress
Flames shoot from gas tank of 20-foot cabin cruiser Michmar as craft burns on the
aircraft were dispatched to the lookout" message to all ships and
scene after the distress signal was that the submarine mentioned In Navesink river off Fair Haven Sunday afternoon. The occupants of the boat, Edward Sonreceived at 7:30 a. m. The Coast the reports might have been one of
Guard said three of the vessels the ships which intercepted it and tillo of Bloomfield and Frank Corbo of Newark, suffered burns before they were able to jump
had reached the scene and "found sped to aid in the search,
into the water. They were treated and released at Riverview hospital. The owner of the
boat, Mischa DeFillippo of Bloomfield, was not aboard. Police said the boat caught fire after
»n unexplained explosion. Santillo and Corbo were taken from the water by H. L. Miller of
52 Hillcrest rd. and Richard Carr of Spruce dr., Fair Haven. The boat sank after burning
to the water line, police said.
Yacht's Anchor Breaks Main,
Drops Holiday Water Supply
Safety Survey
Asked on Links
To the Parkway
.•}. LONG BRANCH — Have you users to stagger their lawn sprink' dropped anchor off Sea Bright ling activities on alternate days to
conserve the supply and hold up
lately?
If so, it could be that you caused pressure. Arrangements have been
all-sorts of trouble over the Fourth made, he said, to Bend enough water
through for near normal use.
of July,
The company will cut in its new
O. W. Newquist, general manager
of the Monmouth Consolidated line at Woodbine ave., Little Silver,
Water Co., said today that divers tomorrow and a booster system at
Newman Springs Kd.
• yesterday found that it was a Fair Haven will be put Into operation
in
about
two
weeks,
the
manyacht'* anchor that caused water
Poses Problem,
pressures to drop to a trickle in sec- ager said. These and other facilitions of Rumson and Middlctown ties will increase the supply this
Freeholders Say
village over the holiday. They came year,,,he added.
up with that anchor. It had cut
Mr. Newquist made it clear that FREEHOLD—The county freethe submarine water main under there is not and has been no wa- holders yesterday asked the New
the Shrewsbury.
ter shortage in this area, that the Jersey Highway Authority to study
company is keeping up with de- its connecting roads between the
f
Fifth Anchor Found
mands, it faces.
Garden State parkway and New"This was the fifth anchor that
man Springs rd. at Lincroft to deHave Lots of Water
has been brought up there so far,"
termine whether they are hazard"We have lots of water,!! said ous.
Mr. Newquist said. "They sure can
Mr. Newquist. "The trouble is The freeholders took this action
cut thst line."
Divers today are busy under the when everybody tries to use as in answer to a growing number of
river putting in a new piece of pipe much as they can at the same complaints regarding the authorto get the main back into service. time, we can't pump it fast ity's approach and exit roads at
But, Mr. Newquist said that It enough."
this intersection.
would probably be the end of the
While repairs to the submarine The complaints are that the conweek before the job is completed.
cable arc in progress, the manager necting roads pose a public danger
Complaints came in over the hol- said he has advised the Sea Bright in that both cause some traffic to
iday from Middletown village and lire department to use river water cross over Newmnn Springs rd.,
the Rumion hills section about lack In fighting any fires that might and the exit has wider traffic space
of water. It took considerable time break ou,t at that resort.
than Newman Springs rd. They also
to trace the trouble to the subWhile the pressure's down, he say some confusion exists because
marine* main.
'advised: -."Use--the-water you can of safety aisles put in place to diTwice before this year that main get; we > have as much of that as rect the traffic flow.
has been a source of leaks. This we need.and will get it delivered.
Study Possible Changes
time, however, it was a real break The pumps at Monmouth Beach
and a new piece must be installed. will be kept working as long as The freeholders adopted a tesolutlon calling for the survey to see
necessary.
New Water Record
"But if people would sprinkle what changes might be made to
Water consumption rose to an their lawns on alternate days only, correct the condition.
all time record of 25 million gal- it would relieve the strain on our In another resolution, the county
lons during the 24-hour period Sun- pumping units and keep the pres- authorized a $4,000 giant toward
day, Mr. Newquist said. Monday's sure higher."
the estimated $19,000 cost for a
usage was 24,037,000 gallons. The
drainage project near Freehold's
old record was some 24.5 million
regional high school,
gallons.
To Give Exam July 16
Louis H. Farb o£ 1 Throckmorlon
The company Is spending about
ave., West Long Branch, general
two million dollars this year to Im- For Patrolman Vacancy
manager of the Long Branch Daily
prove Its extensive supply system. EATONTOWN-An examination Record, was named to succeed Fred
"We always are looking and work- will be conducted in the borougn G. Tag of Spring Lake as a meming well ahead to satisfy the shore's hall here at 10 a. m, July 16 by the ber of the board of managers of
(rowing needs," said Mr. Newquist. New Jersey State Chiefs of Police Allenwood hospital. Mr. Tag reHe said that the electrification of association for applicants to fill the signed recently because of the presQ the West End station now has been vacancy in the police department, sure of business.
completed and a new trunk line at caused by the resignation of Patrol- Also named was a committee to
the Newman Springs sub-station man Warren Sandbach.
plan the dedication ceremonies of
near Red Bank will be In use soon, The starting salary for the post the new county courthouse, set for
Mr. Newquist said that when calls is $3,400. Applications and informa- September.
started to come into his office about tion about the test can be obtained
Dedication Planner*
low water pressure, a check was from Police Chief William Zadormade of the company system. It ozny or Harry Kirkegard, chairman
Members include Henry E. Ackwas found that the pumps were all of the police committee. Mr. Kirke- crson, Jr., of Kcyporl, a retired
£ busy and a crew was sent out to gard said that men passing the test justice of the State Supreme court;
ask residents to stop sprinkling will be kept on a list for future County Judges John C. Giordano
their lawns'.
reference.
and Elvin R. Simmlll; State Sen.
"When the pumping still was goRichard R. Stout; Freeholder Diing on at night, when it should
OVERCOME BY HEAT
rector Joseph C. Irwin and Freehave been cut down, we knew someKarl L. Woolley, County
BATONTOWN—Daniel Sharp of holder
thing was wrong other than over- Long
J. Russell Woolley; Thomas
Branch, who apparently was Clerk
nprinkling. We began looking for overcome
Irving
Brown,
principal owner and
in hia car by Tuesday's publisher of the
a leak."
Red Bank Regis97 degree temperature, was re- ter,
representing
county news<• '
Start Emergency Pumps
ported in fair condition this morn- papers; Ezra W. Karkus
of Key.^A man was gent down to the river ing at Monmouth Memorial hos- port, president of the Monmouth
and, sure enough, he could hear the pital. State police said they saw County Bar association; Howard W.
water rushing out "even without Mr. Sharp pull his car over to the Roberts, county counsel, and Mrs.
instruments." The' line was shut side of Monmouth blvd., off the William C. Riker, president of the
off and emergency pumps were Eatontown circle here. They called
County Historical assostarted in the Monmouth Beach the Eatontown first aid squad Monmouth
area to service customers in the when Mr. Sharp was found appar- ciation.
Awarded
county
contracts were:
affected areas. Those pumps still ently suffering from heat exhausFred McDowell of Neptune, $32,tion. ,Trooper Walter • King of
• are being used.
Mr. Newquist urged all water Shrewsbury barracks investigated. 932, for the reconstruction of three
county roads.
Pcarlman's Furniture store, Freehold, $1,397, for Venetian' blinds for
the new county courthouse.
Cagney A Byk, Freehold, 10.79
cents a gallon, for fuel oil for
county buildings.
Rejected were three bids for
cabinet work at the new courthouse.
Bids for judges' benches, railings
and'tables and shelves will be taken
July 20.
Cubmaster'g Farewell
11 Injured as Three Boats Explode;
Three Victims Still in Hospital
Eleve,n persons were burned when
boats exploded and burned off Rumson, Fair Haven and Sandy Hook
Sunday.
David Senuto of Long Branch,
one of six persons Injured when
Mr. Senuto's boat burned in the
Navesink river off Rumson, was
reported in serious condition this
morning at Monmouth Memorial
hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Story
of Navesink River rd., Locust, injured when a boat owned by John
Rafter of Navesink River rd., Locust, exploded and burned about
half a mile off Sandy Hook point In
Sandy Hook bay, were reported In
good condition this morning at
Monmouth Memorial. Mrs. Rafter
was reported in fair condition at
Riverview hospital, Mr. Rafter was
not injured.
Five other persons, injured in the
Senuto boat fire were released after
being treated at Rlveivluw liuapllal
for burns. They were Vincent
Rehzo, Joseph Rehzo, Peter Grl,
John Gocrra and Ernest Milu, all of
Long Branch. Mr. Senuto was taken
to Monmouth Memorial by the
Rumson first aid squad. The others
were taken to Riverview by the
Fair Haven squad. The Sea Bright
squad stood by for Rumson.
According to police, the 26-foot
cabin cruiser apparently had motor
trouble. The craft burst into
flames following an explosion, Carl
Schneider, an employee of Pullen's
boat works, Rumson, In another
boat, got a line oh the burning
boat and towed it to the Oceanic
bridge where the blaze was fought
by firemen. The boat burned to the
water line.
Mr. and Mrs. Story and Mrs. Raf-
Driver Fined $35
For Abusing Cop
EATONTOWN — Although he
was not Involved in a two-vehicle
crash here Tuesday at 10 p. m.,
Charles A. Newman, 18, of 214
Monmouth ave., Long Branch, last
night was fined $35 by Magistrate
Harvey D. Leuin as a result of
an incident growing out of the
accident,
Police Chief William Zadorozny
said Newman, a truck driver for
the Marpal company of West Long
Branch, refused to move his vehicle from the scene of the accident and-that he became abusive
to Patrolman William Hutting,
who was investigating the crash.
Newman had been following another Marpal truck—driven by Albert Chase, 39, of Neptune—which
collided with an auto driven by
Alexander Auspitz, 47, of 109
Shrewsbury ave., Red Bank. According to Chief Zadorozny, Auspitz was traveling south on highway 35 and his car and tho Marpal truck collided as he was making a left turn into Dale's Drivein. The truck was traveling north.
Chase was issued a summons for
careless driving; Auspitz for falling to give the right of way.
\ Mr. Auspitz and his wife were
taken to Monmouth Memorial hospital by the Volunteer Ambulance
corps where they were treated and
released. Mr. Auspitz suffered a
back injury and Mrs. Auspitz
bruises of the right arm.
ter were burned when the 37-foot
cabin cruiser, Dar-Lo, owned by
Mr. Rafter, exploded and burned
in Sandy Hook bay.
According to a spokesman for the
Coast Guard at tho Sandy Hook
station, Mr. Rafter said the explosion occurred as he tried to start
the boat's engine. The occupants
jumped overboard. The Coast
Guard said Mrs. Rafter apparently
was In the boat's cabin when the
explosion occurred.
After jumping from the burning
boat, the two women clung to the
side of the vessel. They were
spotted by Joseph Constantlo of
North Bergen, who was on a nearby
cabin cruiser. According to the
Coast Guard, Mr. Constantlo
jumped into the water, pulled the
women from the side of tho burning boat and put them into a passing outboard motor boat.
Some of the Dar-Lo'a occupants
were taken tu tho Coast Guard station by a rowboat occupied by
Joseph Gomomb, William MacAdams and William Gcrhardt of
Elizabeth. The others were taken
to tho Coast Guard station by unidentified occupants of another rowboat.
Meanwhile* four Coast Guard
boats and a Coast G'jard helicopter
from Brooklyn went to the scene.
Although Guardsmen extinguished
tho blaze, tho boat was a total
wreck, according to the Coast
Guard.
Edward Santillo of Bloomfield
and Frank Corbo of Newark were
burned when a 20-foot boat exploded and burned in the Navesink
river off Fair Haven. Both amen
were released after being treated
for burns at Riverview hospital.
17 Traffic Fatalities
In State Last Week
TRENTON—Seventeen persons
were'killed in traffic accidents In
New Jersey during the week ending Sunday night, one of the worst
weeks this year, Attorney General
G rover C. Rlchman, Jr., announced todnr.
Attorney General Klchmnn said
lttttt week's victims were nine
drivers, live passengers, two bicycllnts and one pedestrian. Me
added that Ihe Fourth of July
week-end took a total of 12 lives;
three on Satuiday, six on Sunday
and four on Monday.
"These grim tragedies occurred
despite picas to the traveling public for greater caution and despite
maximum enforcement efforts.
Similar tragedies may %e repeated
in varying degrees every weekend this summer unions there U
a more widespread resolution for
survival," Mr. Richman said. "The
record shows plainly that many
motorists are traveling at speeds
too fast for conditions, resulting;
In cars crashing head-on, running
off the road, or being unable to
stop short of a collision at Intersections. Too many are trying
to save seconds at the expense of
human lives.
For the remainder of Hhe summer, at leant when travel Is no
heavy and perilous, more motorist* should adopt the watchwords:
'Slow Down and|Llve!'"
Auxiliary. Plans
Teenagers' Dance Break in Weather Temporary;'
The auxiliary of tho Monmouth
Boat club made plans at a meeting last night at the, clubhouse Martin Predicts More Hot Days
Capt. Harry A. Nicoll, Jr., Eatontown I center) about to
leave Fort Monmouth for new assignment in Germany, was
honored at a farewell gathering of Cub pack 49, Fort Manmouth, of which he was cubmaiter. Maj. Garland C Black,
Jr. (right), presents Capt. Nicell with a plaque awarded him
by the Monmouth council, for his'"outstanding achievements."
Looking on is Bernard Markey, New Shrewsbury, noighborhood
commissioner for troop 49 and pack 49. /
to hold a dance for teenagers Saturday evening, July 16. Mrs.
Thomas Kraan, chairman, said tho
Four Teens' orchestra will play
for dancing,
Members will serve luncheon
during the sailing regatta Aug.
13 and 14, with Mrs, Agnes P.
Schwenker as chairman. The auxiliary will hold a dance In the clubhouse Aup. 13, Mrs. Robert Howie
Is chairman,
Mis. James A. Robottoui reported ' that Carl Schwenker, Jr., will
conduct sailing classes fpr children between 10 and 14 during the
summer.
Hostesses were Mrs, Edward Evanson and Mrs. Frederick Forrest.
Plntlnff nnil pollshlnif nil mnlnla.
Rrigira RffinUllini'Co.,
Fli u-3503.——
Advartliamant,
Mr. Martin said the slight relief
LONG BRANCH—Enjoy today's
weather, because it won't bo this camo from a "real shallow" coU
front
that came in from the New
pleasant for too long. That's tho
advice of William D. Martin, U, S. England states last night. Through
tho week this section had a rain
weather observer.
In predicting a high of 80 for to- fall of but .01. Tho closest to benefit
from last night's rain was tho
day In contrast to the 90's of
tho past week, Mr. Martin said tho Hightstown area, where .11 was recorded.
In Boonton, ,35 Inches of
break Is temporary, and that tho
.
mercury will begin ullmninK nRaiii ruin were recorded.
Tuesday's 1)7 decrees was the high
tomorrow to start off another warm
for the week. Tho low was 70 reweek-end.
Martin's official forecast reads as corded July 4.
follows: "Mostly fair and cooler toForma
day and tonight, with high of 80 and ApplicationsUlngo
for bingo And raffia ll>
low of 68-70. Partly cloudy tomor- tienBea may ba obtained at tha lob print.
daliartmant of Tha Register.
W<
row, with chanco of showers by lug
nil necessary forma on hand. Cat
night and high of 85. Gentle oast have
rtE 0-0013—Art»artti«mant
and southeast winds today and toTlrtv* a dfnn rar. 7lni>li! wnhh. Atil<
night, becoming southerly tomor- Laundry,
ID Leonard at.,-oft Brldfc-a ata,
row."
—Advlrtlnmtnt,
No Jeeps Being Sold
At Fort Monmoutli
FORT MONMOUTH—Continued
inquiries that Army jeeps are being sold here for SIS are bated
on unfounded reports, according
to post officials.
Tho rumor has stirred outalde
interest fron) would-be purchasers
of jeeps at this bargain rate, with
vehicles going In lots of six. Thn
property tll»i>onal officer hero
states that in the pant ten year*,
not a Mingle jeep tins been sold
nt Fort Monmouth.
The fnlsn runinr has resulted
In w e nil hundred calls and requests the pant ten weeks from
sources ull along the East coaat.
Nearby Army inataUntloiis Fort
l)lx anil Camp Kilmer have alan
recently denied the unfounded
rumor.
Ceremony Set
For Elks Home
Here Saturday
$55,000 Structure
Due fur Completion
By Next Oct. 1
For All Dcpartmenti Call
RE 6-0013
SECTION THREE—PAGES 1 TO 12.
Freeholders OK
Voting Machines
2 Die, 6 Hurt
In Kcyport Crash
KEYPORT— Two persons were
killed and six Injured in an accident here early Saturday when a
car ran off rt. 36, jumped the curb
onto rt. 35 and smashed hoad-on
into a southbound car at the Intersection of the two highways.
Killed were Leonard O'DonnpIl,
28. of 280 Burnct St.. New Brunswick, and Abraham P. Arroyo. 35,
of 10 South Eleventh ave.. Highland Park. Mr. Arroyo's body was.
identified eight, hours later by his
mother, Mrs. Anna Arroyo at the
Day funeraj home hcrr. According
to Keyport police, from thn information they have been able to
obtain. Mr. Arroyo was riding with
Mr. O'Donnell.
Of the six persons Injured In
the crash, three are still at Monmouth Memorial hospital, where
they are reported In fair condition.
They aro M-argnret Hoaly, of '18
Soeley ave., Keansburp, possible
fra.ctured breastbone and cuts; Patricia Pe^orn. Jersey City, possible
fractured ribs and nose, and May
Parsclls, Wilson and Main st3.,
Port Monmouth, possible fractured spine and ribs, and cuts. William Parsells of Poll Monmouth,
who suffered rib nnd nose Injuries,
was released from Monmouth Memorial hospital Tuesday. Treated
at the hospital for cuts and released were Cnmllla Pncora, Jersey City, and Joseph Healy, Keansburg.
According to police, ft oar driven
by Mr. O'Donnoll was traveling
west on rt. 36 shortly after 2 a. m.
and went off the road and struck
a highway sign. Police Capt. Joseph Morley said- Mr. O'Donnell
may have thought he was making a left turn onto the Garden
State Parkway, which has a feeder road Just north of the accident
scene.
Mr. O'Donnell, police «ald, apparently fell out of tho car as the
car hit the sign. The drlverless
car then jumped the curb onto
rt. 35 and struck a southbound car
driven by Mr. Parsclls.
FREEHOLD — Voting machine*
will be used In Monmouth county
this November because of a 4-0
vote by tho Board of Freeholder*
yesterday to lease 275 voting machines from tho Shoup Voting Machine company of Philadelphia with
a one-year option to buy.
Freeholder Victor E. Gros3lnger
of Middlntown abstained from voting. Criticism of the lease waa
voiced by Edgar N. Dinkelsplel of
Long Branch and John Wolfe, sale*
representative of the Automatic
Voting Machine company of Jamestown, N. Y.
Mr. Grossingcr explained h» believes tha board is not in a position to buy the machines because
of pending projects which will require a groat deal of money.
Tho machines will coat $1,507.50
each, plus $5 each for transportation. Jf the option Is exercised,
tho total will be $115,992.
Mr. Dinkfilspiel commended Mr.
Grosaincer for his vote and said ho
understood two or three other
members of the board also opposed
thn purchase. Freeholder Director
Joseph C. Irwin chided the board's
critic, Haying Mr. Dlnkelspiel was
out of order in repeating rumor*,
Mr. Irwii, Haiti tho members' vote*
showed the rumors to be unfounded.
Mr. Wolfe said hla company'*
proposal would save the county
$10,000. He also charged that hi»
firm wan not given a chance to
demonstrate its machine and explain Its advantages. Ho termed
tho board's vote "a bit strange."
Mr. Irwin disagreed. He said he
and County Clerk J. Russell Woolley Inspected the machine on the
eve of the primary election at Interlaken and that other board members saw It when It was demonstrated In tho court house. He
said tho board's decision was based
on tho opinion that, tho Shoup machine more closely resembled paper
ballots and thus would be easier
for the voters to use and understand. He «ald there Is no Inference that the Automatic machine
is Inferior.
Mr. Irwin also said the dollar*
and cents difference was close, but
tho bonrd studied and acted upon
recommendations of officials and
residents of other counties which
have the machines.
Mr. Wolfe contended that six out
of nine New Jersey counties ustaf
voting machines purchased Aute-.
matlc.
After the meeting, Mr. Irwin Insisted the board did" not. act hastily
In its selection. He said the Shoup
machine was chosen "with an open
mind." Mr. Irwln added that the
county's rapid growth makes the
machines advantageous for voters.
An official ground-breaking ceremony will be hold at 2 p. m. Saturday for tho new $55,000 Elk3 home
on property overlooking tho Nftvoslnk rlvor, opposite tho Weat Front
at. entrance to-the borough parking
lot.
Actually, the contractor, Harry
B. Southall of Red Bank, started
building preparations on the property yesterday.
Officiating at Saturday's ceremony will be Exalted Ruled Gordon L. Vnnhorne of the Red Bank
lodgo of Elks and a representative
of tho mayor and council. Arrangements are In charge of Harry
Aumack, chairman of the lodge's
houso committee and a member of
the building committee.
Suuthnll Has Contract
A contract for the building was
awarded to Mr. Soutliall June 23.
Work on the 40 hy 120-foot colonial-typo building is expected to be
completed about Oct. 1,
Tho building will contain large
lodge, social and dining rooms and
will have a broad patio at the rear
overlooking the river.
Completion of the building will
mark tho first time the Red Bank
k3 have had their own home
since their former building on lower Broad st. was sold to Progressive Life Insurance company in
1947. The Elks since then have
been meeting atop a store building
at 7 Broad st.
Planning for the new home has
been a major project by the lodge's
more than 500 members the past MIDDLETOWN—Mayor Frank F.
18 months.
Blaisdell told The Register this
morning that progress was being
made on the installation by the
State Highway Department of a
traffic control light at the lntcrsecion of rt. 35 and Applcbrook
Farm rd. Mayor Blaisdell met last
night with a committee from the
FREEHOLD— The question of housing development, and the committee
turned over to him a petithe legality of the seating of a
member of the present grand jury tion signed by 330 residents. The
will be brought to the attention petition asked for Immediate instal- Eleven applications were received
for the newly-formed Monmouth
of Superior Court Judge Frank T. lation of the light.
Lloyd, Jr., Prosecutor Vincent P. Many accidents have occurred at County Detachment of the Marine
the Intersection. Only a week ago Corps league at a meeting held last
Kcupcr said yesterday.
The prosecutor said it had been five people were hurt in an accident night at the office of Roland Pierbrought to his attention that Mrs. during the evening rush hours son, 77 Broad st.
Filing applications were Robert
Marian E. Lawrence of Upper when a northbound car, attempting
Freehold township was a member to turn Into Applebrook Farm rd., M*. Lclner, Joseph Layton, Jr.,
was
struck
from
the
rear
and
Thomas W. McCammon and Robor the May term petit Jury.
a southbound car. The ert T. Rue of Red Bank; Edward
When a • grand jury panel was pushed Into
officials have been trying W. McFcelcy, Marlboro; Alfred 3.
drawn before Judge Lloyd last township
for two years to get the state to Caclln, Robert Cartwright and Samweek, he recognized the fact that install
a traffic control light there. uel C. Gaudlons of Long Branch;
Mrs. Lawrence served on the petit
jury. He informed her she could The state has proposed, installa- Richard Cartwright of Shrewsbury,
be excused If she so desired and tion of a signal and construction of Edward Ostrlka of Long Branch
asked her if she wanted to serve. a diagonal roadway at the junction. and David DeCestare, Atlantic
She said she did and was seated. The township committee has adopt- Highlands.
the necessary regulations on Membership in the league Is open
Section 2Al:69-4 of the revised ed
parking and traffic at the Inter- to Marines and all military perstatutes headed "Inellgibility for section
to permit efficient operation sonnel attached to a Marine Corp
ono year after service" states:
unit.
"Any person who has served as a of the control light.
grand oi' petit juror or struck Commissioner bwight G. Palmer The next meeting of the organof
the
state
highway
department
ization will be held Wednesday at
juror, shall be Ineligible to serve
as either a grand juror, petit juror has promised to push the installa- the home of Mr. Pierson, Blngham
or struck juror for one year there- tion, which has been held up by ave., Rumson, at 8 p. m.
the acquisition of the necessary
after."
land on the east side of rt. 35.
The present grand jury Is serv- Mayor Blaisdell said this morning the remainder of the May term ing that the state highway depart- New Shrewsbury Legion
of the court. The original May ment had made arrangements to
To Hold Carnival
term panel was successfully chalthe Sullivan property, and
lenged on grounds that only one purchase
that
Capt.
Paul
F.
Johnson,
com'of the two county jury commis- manding officer of N. A. D. Earle, NEW SHREWSBURY—A earnl.
sioners was present at the time was co-operating in an effort to val, to be sponsored by American
Legion post 436 of this place, will
the panel was drawn.
get the necessary property from bo held from Monday, July 11,
Mr. Keuper said he hopes to the Navy.
through Saturday, July 16, on the
have a ruling from Judge Lloyd
Members of the Applebrook Farm Lippman property at the corner of
on the question before next Tues- committee,
and Sycamore aves.
which
met
last
night
day's meeting of the grand jury. with Mayor Blaisdell, are Robert Shrewsbury
Proceeds of tho affair will go
Elchman, Stanley Walker and Wal- to the local post's rehabilitation
ter J. Cavanagh.
and home-building funds.
Blaisdell Reports
On Rt. 35 Light
To Question
Juror Legality
County to Appeal
Siciliano Case
FREEHOLD—It was announced
Tuesday by the prosecutor's office
that an appeal will be made to the
Supreme Court in the case of Anthony Siciliano, 38, of 200 Broad
at., Eatontown, whose abortion conviction wns reversed last week by
the Appellate division of the Su
pcrior Court.
Siciliano had been convicted by
n Monmouth county jury last Nov.
23 of performing a fatal abortion
on Miss Jane Harrison, 20. of 325
Bath ave., Long Branch. He was
sentenced to 10 to 15 years In state
prison, but tho conviction was appealed by his attorney, William J.
O'Hagan, Asbury Park.
Mr. O'Hagan contended that the
state failed to produce the Instruments It claimed wero allegedly
used by Siciliano in tho abortion.
The appellate division referred the
case back to tho prosecutor for a
decision whether to retry It or appeal the reversal.
Prosecutor Vincent P. Keuper
said that former Assistant Prosecutor George A. Gray, Red Bank,
would represent tho state, Mr. Gray
handled the case while an assistant
prosecutor under the previous administration, and was named a special deputy attorney general foi
the purpose of continuing In the
cats.
Marine Corps
League Growing
Occupants Escape Serious Injury
Pictured ii the ear driven by Sgt. Thomas Jefferson Stan*
ley of Fort Monmouth which early Sunday morning hit and
sheared off a utility pole on Water Witch ave., Highlands. The
sergeant and his wife were taken to Fort Monmouth hospital
by the Highlands first aid squad. They were treated and
released.
RED BANK REGISTER, JULY 7,1955
Page Two
30 U. S. Editors Complete Tour
Of Ontario Province in 12 Days
COUNTY BIRTHS
Former Resident
Dies Suddenly
PERSONALS
Haskell's Filly
Hit by Train,
Wins Sixth Race Boy, 14, Killed
Vail Apartments
May Be Vacated
Mr. and Mrs. Kellogg Ashton of
Gordon Van Home, exalted ruler;
Pine Brook rd., Eatontown, are parAddle Kind, past exalted ruler;
ents of a daughter born Friday at
Charles Hotaling, district deputy,
Hazard hospital,
HADDONFIELD — Word has and Edmund Hanlon of the Red
SHREWSBURY TOWNSHIP MONMOUTH PARK—The Tyro
RARITAN TOWNSHIP —Frank
Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel May of been received here of the death Bank lodge of Elks, will attend the
Harry W. Campbell, Sr., a for- Elks' National Convention, .begin- Stakes, a $15,000 added event, hav- Vorel, 14, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank The township committee Tuesday
Thirty U. S. Editors from 30 arrange the tour for a. stopover at Beachway, Keansburg, are parents of
night
voted to .'ake whatever acing
been
run
Monday,
there
was
no
mer
resident
of
Reckless
pi.,
Red
state* completed a 12-day goodwill Sturgeon Falls because it gave the of a daughter born Tuesday at Bank, who died of a heart attack ning Sunday, July ' 10, through big stake race here yesterday. The Vorel of 2 Hill ave., Keansburg, was tion possible to prevent the eviction
Wednesday, July 13, at Philadelphiapronounced dead on arrival at Riv- of 126 families in the Crawford st.
tour of the province of Ontario, party a chance to mert not only a Rivcrview hospital.
at his home here last Thursday. He Mrs. Eugene Rembert of 123 East feature of the day was the Amer- erview hospital Saturday after beCanada, June 29, with the award- part of Ontario, hut others of Can- Mr. and Mrs. George Doyle of was
apartments of the Alfred Vail hous62 years old.
Bergen pi. celebrated her 62d birth- ican Legion event—a six-furlong ing struck by a train here.
ing of the K.O.E. (Know Ontario ada as well, namely the French Craig pi., New Monmouth, are pardevelopment from being evictdauh in the Bixth—and it turned
day Friday.
According to police, Vorel nad ing
Better) emblem at the Sheraton Canadian people. Sturpcon Falls ents of a aon born Monday at Riverbeen walking along the tracks with ed.The families received their not- *
Brock hotel. The emblem Is also has a population of 5,200 and its view hospital.
Mrs. Douglas Hoffman arrived out to be a local affair.
Blue Sparkler, owned by Amory James Tully, 2« Woodeide St., ices Friday that their tenancy In
referred to as a "survivor's med- principal industries are tourism, Mr. and Mrs. John Hulsebos of
Thursday from Amsterdam," Holaa" because of the merged sched- pulp and paper and abrasives. It Cloverhill rd., Holmdel, are parents
land, to join her husband, Douglas Haskell's Woodland farm and rid-Keansburg, a friend about his own the wooden apartments, built as a
ule of receptions, luncheons, din- also has a caviar plant.
Hoffman, who was discharged from den by Glenn Lasswell, won the age, Vorel was struck a glancing temporary housing measure durof a daughter born Monday at Rivners, visits to steel and paper mills,
the Army last month. The couple feature by three lengths. Lasswell blow by Jersey Central train No. ing the early part of the war, would
ervicw hospital.
Mayors
and
Ileeyp"
car factories, other industrial
were married In Amsterdam in the got his mount out front going 5057, a four-car and Piesel train be terminated In six months,
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Robert
Gllssom
of
plants and the Canadian and On- The sixth day. wound up with a
spring. Mr. Hoffman, son of Mr. asound the first turn and increased that was slowing down to enter the
township committee agreed
dr., Mlddlotown township,
tario parliament buildings. The visit to the conference of mayors Crestview
and Mrs. S. M, Hoffman of Leroy his lead coming down the home Keansburg station. The other boy toThe
"study and investigate what
are
parents
of
a
daughter
born
was uninjured. The train was runtour was planned, sponsored and and fepves in the Empire hotel at Monday at Riverview hospital.
pi., will enter the University of stretch.
ning on a Jersey Central spur line action the municipality can take '•
guided by the Ontario department North Bay. known as the Gateway Mr. and Mrs, Bernard Dunne of
Miami law school in the fall. He
the winner's circle following that connects Matawan with High- to prevent those people who have
of Travel and Publicity on behalf to the North. A reeve is president .Voodmere dr., Cllffwood Beach, are
and Mrs. Hoffman will spend the theInrace,
received notices from being evictCommander
Herbert
Busslands.
of the provincial government to of the council in rural municipali- parents of a daughter born Sunday
summer with his parents.
ed."
man of post 44, Long; Branch, prefamiliarize members of the Amer- ties and some villages.
Mr.
and
Mrs.
C.
K.
Woodward
According
to
a
spokesman
In
the
niverview hospital.
sented a trophy to Mr, Haskell.
The development, which comican press with the many assets Another overnight trip by train atMr.
of Newman Springs rd. have reJeney Central dispatcher's office, prises all of Shrewsbury township,
and
Mrs.
Franklin
Newton
of
Blue Sparkler paid $4.40, 2.80 and W. J. Unger, the train's engineer,
and advantages of the province, and the party arrived on the sev-Westwood rd., Little Sliver, are parturned from a week's vacation in
Is
administered by the Long
2.60 across the board.
which is the second largest of the enth day in Ottawa, the capital ents of a daughter born Sunday
New England.
said he saw the boy. on the tracks, Branch Housing Authority, John
Wagon Drill, ridden by Sammy
ten Canadian provinces.
of Canada. The delegation stayed at Riverview hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph LoPrestl of BoulmetlB, came under the wire sec- applied his brake* and blew the E. Schulz, executive director of the
The New Jersey Press associa- at the Chateau Laurier, which with Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Ramsay of
West Covlna, Cal., are parents of ond to pay $3.20 for place and $3.20 train's whistle several times. W. L. authority, said that the New York
tion was represented on the tour Its towers and turrets looks like Flerro ave., Matawan, are parents
a daughter Lucille, born June 22 in for show. Miss Misty, a 30-1 shot, Hyer was the conductor.
field office of the Public Housing
by James J. Hogan, editor of The something out of ancient England. of a daughter, born Friday at
the Inter-Community hospital in with R. L. Stevenson in the saddle, The accident occurred about three administration has scheduled the
Register.
quarters of a mile north of the apartments for "disposition," but
The day's schedule included -a Monmouth Memorial hospital.
Covlna. Mrs. LoPrestl is the for-showed and paid a $7 price.
Keansburg station on a short •aid he has received no details on
visit to the parliament buildings, Mr. and Mrs. William Forsyth
mer Lucy E, Saggcse, daughter of
Start at Fort Frances
The dally double paid $83 on num- treatle over Thorne creek.
informal press conference in of Carlile ter., Little Silver, are
Mrs. Frank Saggese of Bridge ave. bers
what form the disposition will take.
three
and
five.
Gala
In,
with
The tour started with a "wel- an
A resident here ten years, Frank
the Speaker's chambers with the parents of a daughter, born Friand the late 'Mr. Saggese, The Phil Grimm up, won the first half,
addition to the apartments for
coming breakfast" at the Rainy Honourable
Vorel graduated last month from theIn128
Rene
L.
Boaiidoin,
a
couple
are
also
parents
of
another
day
at
Monmouth
Memorial
hosfamilies, there are 2(5 perpaying
a
$17.20
win
price.
Bill
Lake hotel at Fort Fiances, a cruise up the Rldeau canal, lunohFrancis Place grammar school. manent dwellings
child, Joseph LoPresti, Jr.
in the develop- v
Thompson brought home the sec- the
town of 8,200 located on the inter- non at Lansdowne park, a tour of pital. '
He
was
a
member
of
the
Keansburg
The
appointment
of
Richard
A.
Harry
W.
Campbell,
Sr.
ment known as Alfred Vail homes,
ond end on Kltbh to pay its backers Police Athletic league.
national boundary opposite Inter- RIckcliffG barracks, train inp cen- Mr, and Mra. Walter Rcade, Jr.,
VanZandt
of
Dutch
Village,
Albany,
Mr.
Schulz
said
the
housing adminnational Falls, Minn. The newsmen ter of the famous "Mountles," or of Navesink Rtvcr rd., Mieldletown
Mr. Campbell, who received his N. Y. as a dealer salesman for a $13 win price.
Surviving, besides his parents, are
were welcomed by Mayor George Royal Canadian Mounted Police township, are parents of a daugh- musical education at the Coombs Masonite
Thompson is making a comeback four brothers, Cornelius, Edward, istration's order has no effect on
Corporation
has
been
anLoohart and William Anderson, and a dinner and reception in the ter, born last Thursday at Doctor's conservatory, frequently appeared nounced. His territory Includes Red this year after a ten-year layoff due Ronald and James Vorel, and a sis- the occupants of the 286 permanent
chairman of the Chamber of Com- Quebec suite In the Chateau Laur- hospital in New York city. Mrs. as guest artist at the annual or- Bank, Long Branch, Afsbury Park, to an automobile accident in Ken- ter, Kathleen Vorel, all living at dwellings.
Is the former Harriet Sager.
merce. The Fort Frances forest
recitals held at the Middle- New Brunswick. Perth Amboy, tucky,
home, and his grandmother, Mrs.
with D. Leo Dolan, "Mr. Can-Rcado
Mr. Reade is president uf Walter gan
district covers a «,094-square-mlle- ier,
Fireworks Charge
town Baptist church, He studied Morrlstown and Dover, New Jersey
An even 1,200 persons held $2 May Vorel, Keansburg.
ada,"
director
of
the
Canadian
govarea with many commercial resorts ernment travel bureau, as guest Reade Theatres, Inc.
organ with Pletro Yon and Charles and Staten Island, N. Y.
tlckots on the double, while 97 bet- A high niRR« of requiem was of- Goals Red Banker $10
sprinkled through this area of wa- speaker, who stressed the good re- Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schussler of Carbouln, tlie former and present
tors
held
$10
tickets.
fered
yesterday
morning
by
Rev.
Mrs. Walter C. Turnier, wife of
Frazier of West Bergen
terways. In the 18th century Fort
Gardens rd., Llncroft, are organist at St. Patrick's Cathedral
that exists between U. Spring
Yesterday's mutuels and attend- Edward Corrigan at St. Ann's Cath- pi.,Ernest
Maj. Walter C. Turnier, and their
who was ari-ested Monday on
Frances was - one of the busiest lationship
parents of a son, born Friday at In Now York city.
olic chuch. Burial, under the direc- a charge
S.
and
Canada
In
the
field
of
travel
ance
were
down
over
the
same
racthree
children
of
Big
Spring,
Tex.,
of shooting ftrework*,
fur trading centers.
and international affairs. Hotel Fitkln hospital.
At age 15, Mr. Campbell was or-are visiting Maj. Turnier's parents, ing day last year. Probably be- tion of the Ryan funeral home, was was fined $10 Tuesday by Acting
After breakfast the editors were Manager W, H, Aylett represented
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Conner of
and choirmaster at the Me-Mr. and Mrs. William C. Turnier cause of the hot weather, only 18,- in Mt. Olivet cemetery.
Red
Bank
Magistrate Whitney
guests of the Ontario and Minne- the Canadian National Hotels Linv Center st., Atlantic Highlands, arc ganist
dia, Pa., Prnsbytniian church, of 56 Wallace at. Maj. Turnier is 942 fans wagered $1,640,872. Bettlnc
Crowell. It; was the only arrest on
sota Pulp and Paper company on ited at breakfast the ni>xt morning. parents of a daughter born Thurs- During
was $65,000 down, while attendance
In
Japan,
whero
ho
is
director
of
his
career
he
served
as
ora
fireworks
charge
over the weekday at Monmouth Memorial hospi- ganist at the Greenbrler hotel in training of Japan's first jet pilots.
their houseboat for a luncheon and
Sl/ITORTS SAFETY CAMPAIGN
took a drop of 1,100,
end.
tal.
reception. Then followed a bus trip
Thousand Islands
The
results:
White.
Sulphur
Springs
In
W.
Va.,
Mrs.
Marcus
Hlgginbotham,
Sr.,
Red Bank, N. J.
Thomas McAuliffe of Branch ave. .
of 90 miles to Sioux Narrows, loMr. and Mrs. Robert Young of as soloist with tho Philadelphia of Miami, Fla., arrived this week
Gananoquc, the Canadian GateFirit Race-^CIaimlng. Purse 13,000.
July 1, 1955.charged with being drunk and discated on Whiteflsh bay in the
For three.year-olds. Six furlongs.
to the Thousand Islands, was Mills ave., Port Monmouth, are Symphony orchestra; an organist to spend the summer with her son- Gain
To
the
Editor:
orderly,
was fined $25 and given
Lake of the Woods country. Frank way
In
(Grim)
$17.20
5.60
4.00
stop for the eighth day. Jerry parents of a daughter born Thurs- nt Radio City Music hall, and at in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jewel (Uoulmetii)
2.80 2.60
Holden, owner of the Sioux Nar- the
The Oakland Street School Par- a 60-day suspended sentence,
day at Monmouth Memorial hos- the time of his death was asso- S. M. Hoffman of Leroy pi, Mr. and Tread Alone (Williams)
Scott,
editor
of
the
Gananoiuc
Re1.60
rows hotel, was host at the recepGeorge O'Brien of Sunset ave.,
Second Race—Claiming. Purge 13,000, ent-Teacher association Is very
ciated with Jacobs Brothers of Mrs. Robert Higginbotham and
and president of the Cham- pital.
tion and dinner. During the 50-milc porter
In favor of the "Slow Down who was charged with being drunk
of Commerce and other officials
Mr. and Mrs. John Barhenberg Philadelphia. Mr. Campbell also family of Brooklyn were week-end Far four-year-oldi and upward. Six fur- much
ride to Kenora a young moose was ber
and
disorderly at a rooming house
and
Live
Campaign
From
Memorial
party at the edge of the of Butler lane, Mlddlotown town- executed a commission to arrange guests with Mr. and Mrs. Hoffman. Kitch' (Thompson)
113.00 E.40 3.80 Day Through Labor Day."
spotted disporting itself In a shal- mot the
on Oakland st., was fined $15, and
3.00 2.60
Luncheon was at the Golden ship, are parents of a daughter a medley of Stephen Foster melo- Thoy made the trip to Red Bank SnHr* (BuulmetiiO
low pond several hundred yards town.
Anthony
Mazza of 'Wallace st.,
Sincerely,
Bear Market (R«icalhuLo>
3.60
as guests of the Ontario born Thursday at Monmouth Me- dies which arc now In the Stephen on their boat, "Buena Noches."
from the road. Saturday night was Apple
charged with assault and battery (
Third Race—Claiming. Puras 13,00(1.
Mrs. Max Pokus,
Foster
Memorial
in
Indianapolis.
Tourists
Courts
association,
with
George
Martin
of
Soho
house
on
morial
hospital.
For
maiden
two.yenr-oldl.
Five
and
one•pent at Devil's Gap lodge, owned President Wally Stuart os chairon complaint of his wife Rita, wa»
Corresponding
half furlonKi,
and operated by the Canadian Pa- man. A three hour cruise among Mr. and Mrs. Roger Disbrow of In 1927 he married Margarita Shrewsbury ave., was host last •Sham
Secretary. fined $25. The fine was suspended.
(Lasswell) {6.20 .3.8(1 3.20
Chingarora ave., Keyport, are par-Parkinson of Vineland. Besides his week at a cocktail and dinner P. O. Tuck
cific railway.
Annex (Smith)
4.00 3.00
the Thousand Islandn on the St.
of a daughter horn Thursday widow he Is survived by a daugh party In honor of Marshall West, Ocean Ho|> (Vincent)
6.60
Kenora Is located at the north- Lawrence followed. Mayor A. G. entsRiverview
Fourth Race—Purse $4,BOO. For threchospital,
ter, Mrs. Richard T. Brewer; a who observed his birthday. Dinner yaar-otda
ern end of the Lake of the Woods Woodicy presided at the dinner atMr.
and upward. One milt and a
was
served
on
the
terrace,
and
the
and
Mrs.
John
Von
Dcr
son,
Harry
W.
Campbell,
Jr.,
and
•Ixteenth.
and is sometimes known as the that evening. Gananoque Is nine
of Hastings ave., Ruther- a granddaughter, Alice Marie guests were Raymond Powers, Tony'i Ch&nca (Batchler)
town in the neighborhood of 14,- miles west of the international Leith are
Bernard Bennett and Robert ImS21.20 8.40 4.(0
parents of a daughter Campbell.
000 Islands, The Ontario-Minnesota bridge of Ivy Lea, It Is good fishing ford,
Potee (Stevemon)
S.00 5.00
Thursday at 'Riverview hos
Funeral services were held yes- lay, all of Red Bank; Mrs. Bertha The
Black bounty (Moreno)
6.00
Pulp and Paper, company will territory find la famous for Its born
Martin
and
Miss
Gloria
Bennett,
pital.
Fifth' Race—Puree <5,000. For twoterday In Vlneland, and burial wi
spend 17 million dollars in the next regattas.
Staten Island; Countess Adrienne year-old*. Five and one-half furlonre.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Otto of in Slloam cemetery.
two years in enlarging its plant
Coemlo
Hero
(BoulmeMO
Marlanl, Newark, and Madam Mi1
there to boost production from
J9.60 5.20 2.80
The next morning the editors Spruce dr., Shrewsbury, are parchaelena Apostaios, Clifford Hor- But Blr»t (Block)
4.80 2.80
3S0 tons a day to 700. The area toured tho grounds of the Royal ents of a daughter born Thursday
ton
and
Salvatore
Terracina,
New
Tropic
King (Moreno)
2.20
also !• enjoying Its finest mining Canadian Corps of Signals schools at Riverview hospital.
OBITUARIES
Si»th Race—The American Lailon.
York
city.
Mr. and Mrs. James Barry of
boom in SO years. A big uranium and the Royal Canadian Electrical
Purie 16,000, For Allies three-year-old.
mine Is 30 miles cut of Kenora. Maintenance Engineers barracks, Oregon ave., East Keansburg, are
JOHN M. LUKASH
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Hughes of Six furlongs.
Tour business was around eight and then on to Old Fort Henry, parents of a daughter born Thurs- ELIZABETH—John M. Lukash, Willow at., are parents of a daugh- Blue Sparkler (Laeewell)
• 4.40 2.80 2.(0
mjlllon dollars last year.
overlooking Kingston harbor and day at Riverview hospital.
S.20 3.20
73, 158 Fulton st, here, died Tues- ter, born Monday at Monmouth Wagon Drill (Boulmetli)
Min Mlity (Stevaneon)
7.00
the Royal Military college, which Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Rudow- day at Alexian Brothers hospital Memorial hospital.
Twin Cities
Race—Claiming. Purae $3,500,
is an officers' training school simi- skl of Garfleld ave., Belford, are after a long illness. He operated Mrs. Arthur Page, 32 Lelghton ForSeventh
three-year-olde. Ona mll« and a tixAfter an overnight train ride, lar to West Point. Everything In parents of a daughter, born yester- a grocery-butcher store at tho Ful-ave., and Vincent Paladlno, 57 Wil- leenth.
'
the third day of the tour began the fort is as it was In days gone day at Rivcrview hospital.
Paid (O'Brien) 114,80 5.80 4.40
ton st. address 25 years, retiring liam st., are surgical patients at Poet
(Brumneld)
4.00 3.20
at Fort William and Port Arthur, by, ranging all the way from fur- Mr. and Mrs. John Klrby of in 1953.
Riverview hospital. Medical pa- Marenm
Hickory (Burnett) 1
9.20
twin cities near the head of Lake niture to tradesmen's shops. The Butler lane, Mlddlotown, are par- Mr.- Lu!c££h was born in Lithu tients Include Adrian -Woodward, Mt,Eighth
Kaca—Claiming . For four-yearSuperior. Tills Inland harbor is walls are honeycombed with rooms ents of a son, born Tuesday at Riv anla and lived in Elizabeth 55 23 East Woatslde ave.; Mrs. An-olde and upward. Ona mile and a iix«
taenth.
th» home of the largest grain ele- and tunnels. After luncheon, the erview hospital.
He was a member of the toinette Caviglla, 31 North Bridge Radical
(Anyon)
| « . « 0 4.40 3.20
vators in the world, and the Great group managed to log 133 miles Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Buffln of years.Name
11.00 7.00
society of St. Peter and ave., and Mrs. Angelo Murdlco, 51 Tnlfourd (Blum)
Lakes Paper company operates the by bus and pulled up at Oshawa Tinton ave., Eatontown, are par-Holy
East Sunset ave.
Jano'a Pride (Grimm)
8.40
St.
Paul's
church.
largest newsprint machine in for the 12th reception and dinner ents of a son, born Saturday at Surviving are a wife, Frances; a Mr. and Mrs. Allan Haecall of
AT
North America. The grain eleva- as guests of General Motors of Monmouth Memorial hospital.
Orlando,
Fla.,
former
residents
of
REFORMED
son, John F. Lukash of Teterboro;
tor* have a total capacity of 38, Canada Limited, of which William
Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Schilling three daughters, Mrs. Lillian Krebs Fair Haven, are visiting their sonColt's Neck
000,000 bushels.
A. Wecker Is president.
of Locust are parents of a daugh- of Red Bank, Mrs, Margaret Mig- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. "Burled Treasures"
will be Kev.
One of the Interesting parts of
ter, born Sunday at Monmouth Me- lln of this place, and Helen Lukash, Harry Woolley of Hazlet. They Kile E. de Lattre'i sermon
subject
General
Motors
Plant
the day was a visit to the Canamorial hospital.
living at home; six grandchildren have been greeted by many old at the 11 a. m. service Sunday. The
dian Car and Foundry company, Oshawa Is the home of General
friends In Red Bank and their pastor will also administer ComHr. and Mra. Raymond Martin and two' great-grandchildren.
which turns out 400 buses a year. Motors and one of the "musts" on of Wyckoff rd., Eatontown, are The funeral will be Saturday at former home borough.
Mrs. Grandln VanNote
The firm also Is manufacturing the schedule was a visit to the parents of a daughter, born Sun- 8:30 a. m. in the Gorny and Gorny Mr. and Mrs. William Keane of munion.
direct the choir. Miss Marltraining planes for the United plant which covers 122 acres. It Is day at Monmouth Memorial hospi- mortuavy here, followed by a re- Manor dr. are parents of a son, will
anna
Bills
will be organist.
States. The editors had luncheon at Canada's largest producers of au- tal.
quiem mass at St. Peter and St. born yesterday at Monmouth MeMemorial altar flower* will be
Chippewa park and dinner at the tomotive vehicles. Then came a vis- Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Parmly, Paul's church. Burial will be in morial hospital.
given by Mr. and Mrs. Joseph MoFort William Country club.
it to Scarboro's "Golden Mile" and Jr., of Colt's Neck rd., Colt's Neck, Mount Olivet cemetery, Newark.
Mr. and Mrs. Nick Vitrano of reau, Sr., In memory of their son,
The morning of the fourth day the Frigidalre plant, on tho out-are parents of a son, born Monday
Catherine st. are parents of a son, James Moreau.
was taken up with breakfast, at skirts of Toronto. Frigldalre l« at Monmouth Memorial hospital.
born yesterday at Monmouth MeLILLIAN L. FATTERSOX
Sunday-school meets at 9:45 a. m.
the Port Arthur Country club and only one of 400 industries in this Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Bowe of
morial hospital.
In charge of William Miles.
visits to the Port Arthur News- area. The last part of the trip to New Monmouth are parents of a EATONTOWN—Miss Lillian L.
Dally
Bible school is Held beRID IANK tVS7IO
24 WHARF AVINUI
Chronicle and the paper mill of the heart of Toronto was made daughter, born Tuesday at Mon-Patterson died yesterday at her
tween 9 and 11:30 a. m. Mra. Stanhome, 305 Whalepond rd. She was
the Provincial Paper Limited. One on tihe new $B0 million subway.
mouth Memorial hospital
Former
Principal
Here
ley
Herbert
Is
the
director.
born In New York city, daughter
at the speakers at the breakfast
The Sheraton room of the King Mr. and Mrs. Harold Elmer of of i the late Whitfield and Louise
•aid the editors were "sitting in Edward
West Highland ave., are parents of Patterson.
Dies in Brooklyn
hotel
was
the
locale
for
the greatest mineral belt In the the Ontario government dinner, a daughter, born Tuesday at MonMiss Patterson had lived here
world." Lead found here, he said, with Mr. Ceclle acting on behalf mouth Memorial hospital,
Word has been received here of
was almost 74 per cent pure.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bucco of most ot her life, and was a member the death at the Methodist home,
of the province. Many members of
Shortly after noon the delega- the Ontario legislature were pres- Main it., Matawan, are parents' of of Old First Methodist church of Brooklyn, of Miss Adelaide Wixon,
who was principal of the old
tion boarded the Canadian Pacific ent, along with deputy ministers, a son, born Saturday at Monmouth West Long Branch,
Surviving arc three sisters, Miss Shrewsbury Avenue school, which
steamship Aesiniboia for a 250-mll* civic dignitaries and representa- Memorial hospital.
Pearl C. Patterson and Miss Mar- was located at the corner of
trip to Sault Ste, Marie. •
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Kenneth
Wilson
tive of the press, hotpl and travel
cella Patterson, both of this place,
organizations. The group • stayed of Atlantic Highlands are parents and Mrs. Lydia Parsons of West Shrewsbury ave. and Herbert st.
Soo's Centennial
of a son, born yesterday at Mon- End, Long Branch, and three Miss Wixon relinquished her posiovernight
at
the
Royal
York
hotel,
At the Soo, which has a popution here to become principal of
mouth Memorial hospital.
Percy R. Patterson, Bel- the boys' school at Nanking, China.
latkm of 36,120, the editors visited the largest In the Commonwealth.
Mr. and -Irs. William Boccellato brothers,
After breakfast at the Royal
mar;
Robert
W.
Patterson,
Long
the' Algoma steel mill, which em
13 North st., Rumson, are par-Branch, and Arthur Patterson, Eatploys 85 per cent of the working York, with Angus MacKinnon, and of
of a daughter, born yesterforce in the Soo district. The city Jack Berry, public relations officer ents
day
at Monmouth Memorial hospl- ontown.
The funeral will be held Saturday 16-Year.Old Boy
has joined hands with Sault Ste. of the Canadian Pacific railway,
as
hosts,
the
group
was
entertained
at her late residence, with Rev.
Marie, Mich., in observing from
and Mrs. Herman Colodln Wilbur K. Pike of Old First Metho- Fined on 2 Counts
June 28 to Sept. 5, the 100th an- at a reception and luncheon at theof Mr.
Snyder ave., Keansburg, are dist church officiating.
niversary of the world's busiest Royal Canadian Yacht club, and parents
We are proud of the fact that we have
of a son, born yesterday Burial will be in Fair View ceme- A 16 year old Deal boy was fined
afterward
visited
the
Ontario
par
ship canal. One of the speakers
yesterday by Acting Red Bank
at Riverview hospital.
tery, under the direction of the $25
at the noon-day reception at the liament buildings.
, been telling GULISTAN rugs and carpets
Magistrate
Whitney
dowel!
on
a
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Charles
Harmon
Braun funeral home.
local country club, said the five A 40-mlle bus trip brought the
charge of leaving the scene of an
Westwood dr., Little Silver, are
locks carried more tonnage than delegation to Hamilton, whore the of
to satisfied customers for over 34 years.
accident and S7 for driving withparents.of
a
daughter,
born
yesSuez or Panama.
newsmen stayed overnight at the terday at Riverview hospital.
WILLIAMS SUSPENDED
out a driver's license. Judge
Royal
Cannaught
hotel.
The
mayThe Soo's history dates back 300
.Let our experience help solve your carpet
MONMOUTH PARK—Jockey W. Crowell recommended that the
Mr. and Mrs. William Rain of
years to the arrival of the first or of Hamilton, Lloyd D. Jackson, Ocean
Sea Bright, are par-B. Williams was suspended ten youth be put on the prohibited list
problems. See more than 25 grades of
white explorers, Brule and Grenol- and the chairman of the tourist and ents ofave.,
until
he
reaches
the
age
of
18.
days
yesterday
for
careless
riding
born yesterday at
le, who established a base there In publicity commltteo of the Ham- Riverviewa son,
leaving the gate in the second race
John G. Been, Shrewsbury ave.,
hospital.
carpet in a wide variety of colors and
1617 for trade with the Ojlbway ilton Chamber of Commerce, Cllf
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Halsey of Tuesday. His suspension starts to- Highlands, charged with failure
Indians. Descendants of this tribe lord W. Hale, were hosts at a re Blngham
morrow and will conclude July 17. to stop at a red light, was fined $10.
aye.,
Rumson,
are
parceptlon
and
dinner
at
Brant
inn,
patterns, each backed by the famous
irtlH live in their own Indian vilof a son, born this morning
lage, just east of the city. Another Burlington. Hamilton has two large ente
at
Riverview
hospital.
GULISTAN label and MeKELVEY'S fine
Interesting visit here was to the steel mills among Its Industries.
and Mrs. George Whitfleld
insect laboratory of the Ontario Most of tho morning of the final ofMr.
st., Highlands, are parreputation.
department of Lands and Forests day was spent at Niagara-on-the- entsOcean
of a daughter, born this mornwhere important research is car- Lake, where the newsmen visited Ing at
Riverview hospital,
ried on in the. prevention of for- Fort George, the site of the 19S5
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Huot
est Ores and the preservation of World Jamboree of the Boy Scouts
Many Extra Special Mid-Summer Values In Fine Roll-Ends,
of
Melroae
ter., Mlddlctown townand other points of historic interest.
treei.
Don Harrison, president of the ship, are parents of a son, born
"Caviar King"
Chamber of Commerce, presided at this morning at Riverview hosRemnants, Discontinued Patterns, Seamed Rugs
The next leg was a 248-mile train a reception and dinner at Yacht pital,
rid* to Sturgeon Falls, where the motel.
In
contain**
•
ready
to
bt
planted
entire Chamber of Commerce The tour wound up at Niagara
greeted the editors at midnight Falls with a tour of the falls area, Traffic Violators
10% to 25% REDUCTIONS O N ALL SUMMER
for a reception and more food. The A reception and dinner at the ReFURNISHINGS — SLIDERS, CHAISES, UPHOLtown gets Its name from the great fectory, with Charles Daley, chair- Fined at Fair Haven
STERED CHAIRS, FOLDING CHAIRS, STACK
number of sturgeon running up man of the Niagara Park* comFAIR HAVEN - Acting Magisthe falls. At a luncheon, Roy mission as host, and the K.O.B. trate
CHAIRS, METAL CHAIRS, METAL ROCKERS,
Whitney Crowell this morn"Murphy" Cockburn, who is known initiation at the Sheraton Brock.
ing fined five motor vehicle violaWROUGHT IRON ACCESSORIES.
as the "caviar king of Canada," Clint Melville was tour director tors
a total of |61.
For Picnic Grids
said he had supplied caviar for the and showed his capability and ex- Three speeding violators fined
All items assembled before delivery!
old czars of Russia, the late Kai- perience in the efficient way in wore Helene McConnell, Buenea
ser, President Roosevelt, Prime which hd handled the 12-day Vista ave., Rumson, $13; CatherAlso Deltox Fibre Rugs (sizes 27"x54"
Minister Ohurchill, showman Billy "grind." Only In a few Instances ine F. Connor, 34 McCarler ave,
Rose and other celebrities, He also was the lour behind schedule and $10 and Alma W. Kunze, 67 Kemp
to 9 ' x 15')
mentioned that U. S, tariffs on cav It was always "back on the tracks" ave, $18,
lar coat him 85 cents a pound In the next day.
•ELOW
COST!
Bcrntco P, Clifton, Deal, was
duty, while Russian caviar got
20" Cut . Famous Brand
into the United States duty free Assisting Mr, Melville were Colin fined $10 on a stop , street charge
McDonald, director of tho photog- and Jesse Schoflcld, Llncroft, was
through Turkey.
fined $10 for careless driving.
Tlie Honourable Louis P, Cecllc, raphy branch; Mcrvin Little, phoW. G. Heiron, 86 Princeton rd.,
LARGE FLATS of FLOWER PLANTS
<t
Q. C, MinUter of Travel and tography branch; Ted Johnson, acVlnclzo Porcille of 22 Hudson
Semi
with
100
Plant*
l.
Publicity for the Ontario govern- countant; Jack OTiourke, assistant and
Salesrooms for Culistan's Famous /?ug* Made in Freeliold
Bank, paid $3 fines each,
FKEUHULD
ment, Joined UIB party at. Stur- director of tho publicity division, ave,, Redwith
letting their dogs run
OUUSTAN
And for Fine Furniture From America's Best Maken
IVY
AND
PACHYSANMA
FOR
GROUND
COVER
geon Falls and was one of the and Norm Palmer, assistant direc- charged
at Inrge.
tor
of
the
Information
branch.
NEAR
OUR -!TO8n
guest'speakers at both the lunchFree Weekl* Dellverj
eon at the Windsor hotel at Stur21 WEST MAIN STREET, FREEHOLD, N. J.
Within Fifty Ullee of
U.
S.
farm
exports
In
January,
geon Falli and the dinner at Lake- Use of fertilizer In the United
Store.
were valued at 205 million
view Inn, Just outside North Bay. States reached an all-time high oC 1954,
Store Hours: Monday thru Saturday 8:00 A. M. to fi:3f) P, M.
dollHrs, about 21 per cent below
He Mid b* .wts glad to bt able to 23,14.3,000 tons In 1993,
those of the previous January,
HIGHWAY 35,
EATONTOWN
i'MI' 'OPEN FRIDAYS •TIL 9 P. M.«-
EVERYTHING
FOR YOUR
BOAT
NEW JERSEYS LARGEST
MARINE SUPPLY HOUSE
Dollar for dollar, youjust can't beat
GULISTAN CARPETING
Manufactured right here in FREEHOLD
SUMMER SALE!
SHADE TREES $ 3 0 0 »•>
SPECIAL BELOW COST
No. 10 BRIQUETS
75'
Close Out! - Rotary Mowers
7Q.00
MYRON P. KOZICKY
McKELVEY of Freehold
RED BANK REGISTER, JULY 7,1955
County Lawyer's Bride
WEDDINGS
Recent June Bride
HOGAN—MAHON
RUMSON—Miss Joan D. Hogan,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David J.
Hogan of Park ave., and Vincent
P. Mahon, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Edward A. Mahon of Spring Lake,
were married. Saturday at Holy
Cross Catholic church. Rev. Joseph A. Sullivan, pastor, officiated
at the ceremony and nuptial mass
which followed.
Mrs. Henry Joseph Saling
AVON — Miss Dolores Annette broidered crystalettc, with matchHarris, daughter of Mrs. William ing half-hats, trimmed in pink
H. Harris of Bradley Beach, .and flowers. Their bouquets were gladHenry Joseph Saling, son o f F - , ioli and baby's breath.
John J, Flnnegan of Atlantic
and Mrs. Henry F. Saling of
Eatontown, were- married Saturday Highlands was best man. The
ushers
were Robert J. Harris, the
in St. Elizabeth's Catholic church.
Rev. James J. MacFarland, the bride's brother, West Allenhurst;
bridegroom's cousin, officiated at Walter S. Cramer, Hoboken; Thomthe ceremony and nuptial mass as J. Smith, Jr., Aberdeen, Md.;
Thomas Peter Doremus, Jr., and
which followed.
Joseph T. Orause, Bed Dank.
The bride was given In marriage The bride's mother was dressed
by her brother, John Gilbert Harris in toast colored lace with bronze
of Havertown, Pa. Her gown was accessories. The bridegroom's mothwhite silk taffeta, fashioned with a er woro mauve chiffon with matchbasque bodice and a .gathered skirt ing accessories.
which had a chapel-length train. Following a reception at Gibbs
Her illusion veil was held in place hall, Fort Monmouth Officers club
by a coronet of matching lace and at Eatontown, the couple left for
she carried a prayer book covered their wedding trip. The bride's
traveling costume was beige linen.
with sprays of white orchids.
Miss Eileen Harris of Bradley They will make their home on Park
Beach was maid of honor for her ave., New Monmouth..
Mrs. Saling was graduated from
sister. Mrs. Robert J. Harris of
West Allenhurst, the bride's sister- Asbury Park high school and Marymount
college at Tarrytown, N. Y.
in-law, was matron of honor. The
bridal attendants were Miss Ethel Mr. Saling. who Is employed by the
firm of Roberts, Plllsbury and
Saling: of Jersey City, the bride- law
Carton In Atlantic Highlands, was
groom's sister; Mrs. Paul V. Har- graduated
from Xavier Military
vey, Avon; Mrs. James C. Lomasson, academy and
Fordham university.
Allenhurst; and Mrs. John Gilbert He received his
degree from
Harris, Havertown, Pa., the bride's Rutgers universitylaw
and is a member
sister-in-law.
of the Monmouth County Bar asAll the attendants were dressed sociation.
alike in gowns of cameo pink em:•
NEINAST—McCOV
UNION BEACH— Miss Dolores
Dorothy Neinast, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Neinast of'Mbrn• ingside ave.. became the bride of
Martin Francis McCoy, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph McCoy of highway 36 Saturday in Holy Family
Catholic church. Rev. Joseph G.
Fox, pastor, officiated at the double ring ceremony. John Cooper
was organist.
Given In marriage by her father,
the bride wore a princess style
waltz-length gown of lace and nylon tulle. The bodice of lace had
a Queen Anne collar, with long
sleeves pointed and an apron-effect
of lace fell over the full nylon
tulle skirt. Her flngcrtip-lcngth veil
of illusion fell from a matching
lace Juliet cap and she carried a
while orchid on a prayer hook.
Mrs. Michael CIrillo of Jersey
City was her sister's matron of
honor. Her wcltz-lcngth gown was
pink crystaletto and she wore a
pink lace picture hat and carried
a pink fan decorated with blue
flowers.
The bridesmaids" gowns were
styled like that of the matron of
honor with Miss Helen Tlerney In
lavendar and Miss Barbara McCoy
In aqua. Both arc cousins of the
bridegroom and reside. in Union
Beach. They carried fans decorated with yellow flowers.
. Douglas Bonora of Atlantic
Highlands was best man. Ushering were Charles Kluin, Red Bank,
and John Fallon, Union Beach,
cousin of the bridegroom.
The bride's mother wore a gray
printed silk dress with white accessories and a corsage of pink
roses.
Mrs. McCoy selected a bronze
taffeta afternoon dress with beige
accessories and a corsage of yellow roses.
.A reception followed at'the Harris Gardens fire house, Union
. Beach. For the wedding trip to
Niagara Falls and Canada, the
bride chose a white self-print silk
dress with white hat, white accessories and a white orchid corsage
The bride attended Keyport
high school and is employed at
Landau Knitting corporation, Keyport. The bridegroom graduated
from Red Bank Catholic high
school and is employed by Key'port Cleaners. He is a veteran of
the Korean war, having served
two years in the Navy, part of
which was spent in the Medlterra-
ing hat and a corsage of yellow
and white roses. The bridesmaid
wore pink with a pink hat and c
corsage of pink and white roses.
Alonzo VanSohoIck of Shrews
bury was best man for his brother.
Dennis Bennett of Pearl River,
N. Y., was an usher.
Following a reception at the
home of the bride's father, the
couple left for a wedding trip to
Virginia. After attending the national Jehovah's Witnesses convention in Yankee stadium, New York
city, later this month, the couple
will make tlielr home in Eatontown. The bridegroom will continue his duties at Kingdom hall
in Red Bank.
Mrs. Vincent F. Mahon
Bouquets of all-white larkspur,
gladioli and greens decorated the
church. A reception followed at
Shadowbrook, Shrewsbury.
Escorted by her father, the bride
wore a gown of Swiss organdy
styled with an illusion neckline and
short sleeves, a long torso bodice
and a full skirt. She wore a cloche
cap embroidered in seed pearls,
with a fingertip-length veil and
carried a prayerbook with sprays of
white orchids and white larkspur.
Miss Anne M. Hogan was her sister's honor attendant. Tho bridesmaids were the bridegroom's sisters, Misses Bernadette and Margaret Mahon of Spring Lake, and
Miss Mary Hennessey, Fair Haven.
All were dressed alike in bouffant frocks of yellow frosted organdy, with wreaths of ivy leaves
and flowers in their hair. The
honor attendant carried yellow
roses, and the bridesmaids, yellow
daisies.
Francis J. Mahon of Spring Lake
was best man for his brother. Another brother, Edward A. Mahon, Jr.,
of Linden, and Harry J. Schneider,
West Belmar; Victor E. Scelba, Passaic, and Eugene Martino, East
Haven, Conn., were ushers.
The bride's mother chose an ice
blue organza gown, with matching
accessories and a corsage of white
orchids. The bridegroom's mother
was dressed in dusty pink lace and
silk crepe, with matching accessories and a corsage of white orchids. .
When the couple return from a
wedding trip to Colorado Springs,
Colo., they will make their home in
Chicago, 111, The bride's traveling
silk shantung costume was Caribbean blue, with black and white
accessories.
The bride was graduated from
Sumson nigh school and attended
the Traphagen school In New York
city. The bridegroom, a graduate
of Villanova university, is employed by the Victaulic Corporation of America.
Page THree
The Former Gail Stoothoff
WEDDINGS
DI SCICl)LO—SMITH
KEYPORT—MiM Elsie DiSciullo, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph DISclullo of 27 Walling tcr.,
this place, and Seabrook Schanck
Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stryker of Atlantic City, were
married Juno 30 at Alexandria, Va.
Mr. and Mrs. Stryker were the
attendants.
Mrs. Seabrook S. Smith '
The bride until recently was employed as a secretary for the automotive supply firm of Melbourn
& Rltter, Perth Amboy. The bridegroom, who served In tho Navy 3',4
years, Is employed ry Decker's
dairy.
Mm. Roy Itobinson Younger
RUMSON—The former Miss Mil- Tho couple are on a wedding trip
dred Lease, daughter of Mr. and to Canada and upon their return
Mrs. Joseph G. Lease of Grant rd., will make their home at 13 Phyllis
who became the bride of Roy Rob- st., Freehold. Tho bride is chilinson Younger, son of Mr. and Mrs. dren's librarian at the county 11Emerson F. Younger of Fair Haven, hrnry in Freehold. Tho bridegroom
Juno 25 at St. George's Episcopal is - a fishery biologist for the New
church.
Jersey fish and gamo division.
Alfred Robins' Bride
CONKI.IN—DLGAN
EAST KEANSBURG — In St.
Catherine's Catholic church Saturday, Miss Barbara Ann Conklin,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Conklin of Weehauken ave., became
the bride of Robert P. Dugan, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dugan of
East End ave. Rev. Thad .WojciekBRUNELLI—TASSINI
owski,
pastor, officiated. Mrs. CasNEW MONMOUTH—Miss Dorothy Margaret Brunelll of Union sie Toombs was organist and white
gladioli
decorated the church.
Beach, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Silvio Brunelll, Newark and Dc- Given in marriage by her father,
bary, Fla.. became the bride June the bride was dressed in a ballerina29 of Lieut. John Thomas Tassini, lengrth nylon tulle gown, styled with
U. S. Marine Corps, son of Mr, and an illusion neckline. Her flngertipMrs. John L. Tassini of Matawan. lcngth veil was attached to a crown
Rev. Robert Bulman officiated at of pearls and she carried a prayer
the double-ring ceremony at St. book covered with orchids.
Mrs. Alfred Koblns
Miss Eileen Conklin, the bride's
Mary's Catholic church.
Announcement is made of the length skirt made of tier upon
Given in marriage by her father sister, was maid of honor. The
the bride wore a white waltz-length bridesmaids were Miss Elizabeth marriage of Miss Rosamond Louise tier of lace. She had a matching
gown of Chantilly lace over satin Dugan, the bridegroom's sister; Neal, daughter of Mrs. Gerakline stole and velvet cloche hat and her
and nylon tulle. Her fingertip-length Mrs. Eugene Devaney, the bride's N. Rawlings and Charles Neal of flowers were pink African daisies,
veil of illusion was held in place by sister, and Mrs. Robert Conklin, the Fair Haven, to Alfred Robins, son larkspur and baby's breath.
of Mrs. Celestlne, B. Williams of
The bridal attendants also wore
a tiara of seed pearls, and iShe car- brido's sister-in-law!
ried an old-fashioned bouquet of • All . wore,, bouffant . gowns of Tampa, Fla., and the late Alfred bouffant gowns of scagreen embroiwhl to roses, babies'-breath and dotted organdy, styled with strap- Robins, June 26 at Calvary Bap- dered organdy. The dresses were
less bodices and worn with match- tist church. Rev. John B. Gllchrlst, tied with seagreon taffeta cummerstcphanotls.
bunds. Their flowers were yellow
Mrs. John Oliver of West Keans- ing stolcs.^Thc honor attendant was pastor, officiated.
daisies. They had matching coroburg was her sister's matron of In yellow. The bridesmaids wore
nets
of horsehair.
aqua.
They
had
floral
headpieces
Bouquets'
of
all
white
gladioli
honor. She wore a blue waltztheir gowns-and carried decorated the church. Mrs. AlcJohn W. Plckard of Long Branch
length gown of nylon . tulle . and matching
v
thia Williams was the organist. A was best man. Ushers were Ashlace jacket with a blue tiara with a yellow roses.
matching veil. , She carried an old- . Frank Dugan, Jr., of Asbury reception followed at the Masonic ley Johnson of Red Bank and
home
on West Bergen pi., where Booker Gaddis, Neptune.
Park,
the
bridegroom's
brother,
was
fashioned bouquet of pink roses and
The brido's mother wore a sheath
best' man. George Splgel, Point decorations were white wedding
stephanotls.
bells
and
pink and green streamers styled dross of Ice blue peau-deLouis Rollo, Jr., . of Matawan, Pleasant, John Lewis, Neptune, and
soie,
with matching beaded hat
The
bride,
escorted
by
her
faEugene
Devaney,
Port
Monmouth,
cousin of the bridegroom, was best
ther, wore a gown of embroidered and a corsage of white orchids.
Ushered
man.
•
The
bridegroom's- mother wore
For her daughter's wedding Mrs. The bride's mother chose blue organdy over taffeta, designed with
Chantilly lace \ with a pink
Brunelli wore a gray lace dress and lace with a corsage of orchids. The a portrait neckline, a basque- waist blue
hat and a corsage of white
a corsage of white roses. The bride- bridegroom's mother wore dusty and an apron effect peplum of fine flowered
groom's mother wore' a dress of rose crepe with a corsage of or- pleats over the skirt which term- orchids.
Mr.
and
Mrs. Robins are making
inated
in
a
court
train.
She
wore
chids.
light blue lace and. a corsage of
Followingarcceptlon at Murphy's a seed pearl coronet with an illu- their home at 6 Borden St., Asbury
Talisman roses.
Park.
The
bride was graduated
Following the ceremony a wed- hall, the couple left for a wedding sion veil and carried sprays of
Red Bank high school and is
ding breakfast for' the 'immediate trip to the Scott Mountains. The white orchids and carnations on a afrom
member of the Young Ladies
families was held at Rollo's Post bride's traveling suit was plaid with prayer book.
Mrs. John W. Plckard of Long 400 club of the Westside "Y" of
House in Keyport, after which the all-white accessories. The couple
Red
Bank. She is employed by
Branch
was
matron
of
honor
for
couple left on a motor > trip to Cali- will make their home on Creek rd.,
her sister. The bridesmaids were Trad Electronic corporation.
fornia, where Lieut. Tassini is sta- Port Monmouth.
Tho
bridegroom, who is studying
tioned. For traveling the bride The bride was graduated from Misa Jan«t Eppa of Red Bank and law, was
graduated from Middlechose a pink suit with beige ac- Middletown township high school Miss Rachel Heartwcll, Asbury town,
Fla., high school and Hamp,i
cessories and a corsage of white and is employed by the telephono Park.
ton
Institute
at Hampton, Va. He
The honor attendant wore shell
company in Elizabeth, The bridecarnations.
groom was graduated from St. pink Chantilly lace, with a walfe- served In the Navy three years.
The
bride
is
a
graduate
of
Key**•• n e a n .
port high school and was employed Rose's high school in Belmar and
When they return from their by Lavoie laboratories in Morgan- served in the Marine corps' three
wedding trip, they will residexat vllle. Lieut. Tassini is a gradual') years. He is employed by Bcndlx length veil and carried a colonial manager for the Grand Union store
at Kennshiirg. He was graduated
162 Morr.lngsldn ave., Union Beach. of Matawan high school and Rut- Aviation corporation at Long bouquet of carnations.
Miss Natalie Brown of Newark, from Montclalr high schol and
gers university. Ho also ' attended Branch,
served
in the Army for three years.
TEHBY—VanSCHOIGK
the bride's cousin, was maid of
Rutgers law school. He recently rehonor. Another cousin, Miss Doris
BRADLEY BEACH—Miss Nor- turned from the Far East, where
BORDER—SPEARS
MUELLER—ERWIN
ma Jean Terry, daughter of Albert he served 15 months in Japan and BELFORD—Miss Ruth Patricia Brown, also of Newark, was bridesBechtold of Newark ave., and The- Korea. He is now stationed at Borger and George Carl Spears maid. The honor attendant wore HOLMDEL—Mrs. Grace Mueller
blue
and
the
bridesmaid,
pink.
Both
odore C. VanScholck, son of Mr. Camp Pendleton, Cal.
were married Saturday at Belford gowns were satin with ovcrsklrts of Red Bank, daughter of Mr. and
and Mrs. Sidney VanScholck of
Methodist church by. the pastor, of white nylon net. They had Mrs. Adolph Mueller of Paint Rock,
ADAMS—BANOS
White rd., Shrewsbury, were marRobert Blackman. The bride matching satin headpieces and car- Tcnn,, becamo tho bride of John Erried June 25 at the new Jehovah's HOLMDEL — Mrs. Jacqueline Rev.
i3
the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ried colonial bouquets of carna- win of Red Bank, soil of Mr. and
Witnesses Kingdom hall on Main Adams of Woodrow Wilson Homes, Fred Borgor
Mrs. John Erwin, Sr., of Mapleof Main st. and Wall- tions.
st. Raymond J. Boswortli, minis- Loirg Branch, daughter of Mrs. ing ave. The
wood, at a ceremony performed by
bridegroom Is the
ter in charge In BradleyBeach and Frienda Holncrmeyer of Newark, son of John Spears
Ralph
Doll
of
C'olonia
was
host
Magistrate
Stanley Stilwell at Pcneof
South
Amboy
in Kingdom hall, Red Bank, offi- became the bride of James Banos and Mrs, Edward Niclson of Fords. man.
Fred Balland, tho , bride's lopo Park Saturday.
ciated.
cousin,
ushered.
of Witmcr pi,, Long Branch, son All whlto flowers decorated the
Attendants were Mr. and Mrs.
The brldo was given in marrlago of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Banos of church. Mrs, Edward Barnes was Tho bride's mother woro blue taf- Lawrence Lo Valley of Shrewsbury.
by her father. Her gown wns light Brooklyn, N. Y., at a ceremony per- organist. Miss Helen Whlto was feta with a corsage of red and Tho brldo is employed at the Bcnblue with white accessories and formed by Magistrate Stanley Stll- soloist. A reception followed at white carnations, The bridegroom's dlx Aviation Corporation, Eatonwell of Penelope Park, June 30,
her corsage was'whlto roses.
mother wore navy blue with a cor- town and tho bridegroom at MonMeadow View inn, Belford.
Miss Alberta Bechtold was maid Witnesses were Mrs. Stanley Stll- Tho bride was dressed in a floor- sage of yellow carnations.
mouth Holsory Mills, Shrewsbury.
of honor for her sister. The bride- well, Sr., and Edward Stllwell. Tho length gown of white satin and net, When they return from their wedgroom's sister, Miss Vanlta Van- bride is employed as a stenographer styled with an illusion neckline, ding trip, the couplo will live on The United States imports around
Scholck of Shrewsbury, was a at Fort Monmouth and the bride- The bouffant skirt was embroidered
rd., Belford. The brldo eight million pounds of dried daisy
bridesmaid, The honor attendant groom is a draftsman at Fort Mon- let over satin. She had a sequin Leonardvllle
ttonded Middletown township high blooms annually to make pyrethwas dreasel in yellow with match- mouth.
trimmed ntln crown with a finder- •chool. Th« bridegroom Is dairy rum, an insecticide.
Mrs. Patrick Parcnty
LORD—MAltlNEF.I.A
Mr. and Mrs. Albert V. Stoothoff mint green dotted Swiss. All had
UNION BEACH—Miss Mnry Lor- of Molly Pitcher Village ct. an- matching plctura hats and carried
etta Lord, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. nounce tho marriage of their daugh- baskets filled with pastel colored
Edward Lord of Bayview ave., be- ter, Miss Gail Louise Stuothoff and (lowers.
camo the brldo of William Edward Patrick Parenty, son of Mr. and The bride's mother chose mauvo
Marinella, Jr., Ron of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Patsy Parenty of Plnlnfleld, laco with white accessories. Tho
William Marinella, Sr. of Second June 25 at tho Ked Bank Metho- bridegroom's mother was dressed
st., Saturday in Holy Family Cath- dist church. Rev. Roger J. Squire, in aqua lace, Both had orchid corolic church. Rev. Josoph G. Fox, pastor, officiated. John Ferris was sages.
pastor, officiated at tho double ring organist.
Michael DeLuca of Trenton was
ceremony. Miss Mary Conroy was
best man. The ushers were Albert
soloist and John Cooper, organist. Thu bride, escorted by hor father, Tumulo of Plainneld and Roy BerGiven in marriago by her father, woro a gown of white nylon not cntto, Poughkcepsle, N. Y. Joseph
tho bride wore a lull-length gown over tuffeta, trimmed with Chan Tumulo of Plainneld was a Junior
of Chantilly laco over satin, styled tilly lace. The skirt had a # lapel- usher.
with an Elizabethan neckline, long- length train. The brido's fintfertlp- Following a reception at the
pointed sleeves and pointed basque lenRth voll was attached to a crown Chateau in Aobury Park the couple
waistline. The tulle sltirt fell over of seed pearls nnd sequins and she left for a wedding trip to California.
satin with Chantilly laco inserts. carried a prayerbook covered with Upon their return they will reside
She wore a matching lace crown carnations and sprays of whito In Plainfleld. The bride's traveling
costume was pink with whit* acwith a fingertip-length veil and orchids.
Mrs. Andrew Rocheford of Bel- cessorles.
carried a prayer book adorned with
mar was matron of honor. Misses I The bride was graduated from
a white orchid.
Mrs. Edward Kilijanskl of Eng- Gladys Lindner of Red Bank and I Red Bank high school and is emlishtown was her sister's matron of Mary Margaret Molnar of Llttlj ployed at Fort Monmouth. Th«
honor. Her gown was lavender Silver worn bridesmaids. Sheryl j bridegroom is a teacher In the
tulle over taffeta. She wore a Stoothoff, the bride's sister, was a > Plainfleld school system. He was
.
j graduated from Plainneld high
tiara of sequins with a nonc-longth junior bridesmaid.
veil and carried an old fashioned Tho honor attendant wore a lav- school and Trenton State Teachers
bouquet.
ender nylon dotted Swiss gown college, where ho was a member
Miss Gloria Marinella, sister of made with a fitted bodice and full of Sigma Tau Chi. He also served
the bridegroom, and Miss Barbara skirt. The other attendants wore in the Army two years.
Fletcher, both of Union Beach, were
bridesmaids. Their gowns were corsage. The bridegroom's mother high school, Tha brlds is a
NIlo green. They wore tiaras and
a. bluo tullo afternoon dress personnel secretary at the Archicarried old fashioned bouquets of wore.
with whito hat, whito accessories tectural Tiling Company, Keyport.
pastel flowers.
The bridegroom is a laboratory
a whltn orchid corsage.
Richard Molinari of Union Beach and
A reception followed at the Union technician at Van Ameringen Haebwas best man. Ushering were Ed- Beach
ler Incorporated, Union Beach. H»
flro
house.
For
their
wedward Kilijanskl of Engllshtown, rtlng trip to Canada, the bride se- served two years in the Army.
brother-in-law of the brldo and lected a navy bluo suit with white When they return from their wedPeter Pilla, Newark, cousin of the accessories and a white orchid cor- ding trip, they will reside at 224
bridegroom.
Park ave., Union Beach.
The bride's mother wore a grey sage.
Both the bride and bridegroom
shantung afternoon dress with pink
accessories and a whito orchid graduated from Red Bank Catholic It Dtyp to tdvertlM In Th« Rtflrliter.
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the engagement of her daughter,
Mis* Angelina Daniele, to James
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Caffrey. A wedding in the fail is
planned,
Miss Daniele was graduated
from Monmouth Memorial hospital
School of Nursing. She is an office
nurse, employed In Newark. Mr
Caffrey, who attended South Side
high school in Newark, is employed by Pabst brewery of Newark
CLEARANCE
CANVAS
AWNINGS
Shadow
Angelina Daniele
Is Bride-Elect
RED BANK CARRIAGE SHOP
3 EAST FRONT ST.
Rumson, cut lower lip, hit by water ski; Larry Phillips, 8, of Central ave.. Union Beach, cut toe,
Persons who were treated at stepped
on piece of glass; Alice CaRiverview hospital the past week Iamarl, 5,
of 12th st., West Keansncluded Ronald Incitto, 10, of bjirg, possible
broken left wrist,
Keyport rd., New Monmouth, stumbled and fell;
George Gojsett,
FREEHOLD—The will of John bruised nose, hit with baseball bat;
Evans Laird, former Atlantic town- Jane Boyce, 7, of Walllngs ave., Bel- 11, of Monmouth ave., East Keansship mayor and lrcad of the Laird 'ord. bruised forehead, fell; Joseph burg, stepped on nail; John Campapple brandy distillery in Scoucy- Lore, 7, of 133 Shore blvd., Keans- bell, 14, of Highlands, puncture
ville who died June 19, wa'j riled burg, broken left arm, fell from wound of right wri3t, fell from ladfor probate the past week in the Ilding board; Michael Bowers, 13, der striking wrist on nail; Robert
orllco of Surrogate Edward C. ot Shadowbrook rd., Shrewsbury, Leo, 13, of 22 Center st., Rumson,
Brocge.
cut above left ankle, spiked while punctured right second linger on
Mr. Lnlrd left 100 shares of com- playing baseball; George Moser, 75, knife; Martha Kaczaluba, 7, of
mon stock in the company to each of Hosford ave., Leonardo, possi- Ocean blvd., Atlantic Highlands,
employee who has been with the ble broken ribs, fell; William Cor- cut light hand, fell on piece ol
firm at leaat live years. David ridon, S, of 108 Second ave., Port broken glass; Dorothy Konkel, M,
Timidaiski, Atlantic township com- Monmouth, cut forehead, playing of River rd., Red Bank, cut left
mitteeman and former Laird em- with stick when it flew up, hitting hand with a knife; Patricia Simpployee, will receive 200 shares of him on head; Virginia Smack, 2, son, 6, of 11th «t., Belford, cut
common stock, as will each of the of Ocean ave., Sea Bright, cut chin, fell out of bed; Luba Kozacompany's present officers and di- head, fell off bicycle; John David, chok, 43, of 180 Maple ave., Red
rectors.
right thumb and index
6, of Laurel ave., West Keansburg, Bank, cut
caught fingers in fan; MilThe widow was named executrix, cut left heel, fell from swing, hit- finger,
Brown, 53, of Buttonwood1
trustee and manager of the estate. ting foot on rusty pipe; Judy Less- dred Fair
Haven, cut left thumb
Sho is to receive $5,000 tax free er, 14, or Highland ave., High- dr.,
while
slicing turkey; Dana Fischannually, as Is a son, Larric. The ands, dog bite; William S. Walker,
remaining income, which will come 23, of 61 Lafayette st., Rumson, er, 2, of Glllville rd., Middletown
from a trust to be set up by Mrs. cut head, hit head on tree limb; township, cut left wrist, fell on
Lali-d, will be divided by another Howard Snydcr, 30, groom at Mon- piece of glass; Gary Delatush, 10,
Bon, John, Jr., and a daughter, mouth Park, bruised legs, kicked of 10 Sheraton lane, Rumson, posbroken left elbow, fell from
Elizabeth Chamberlain.
by horse; Douglas Sickles, 2, of 33 sible
fence; Madeline Scott, 34, waitress
None of the remaining stock may Manning st., River Plaza, cut right at Harry's . Lobster house, Sea
be sold, except in bloc form and flngert, car door slammed on Bright, cut left thumb with knife;
the bloc may not be disposed of on hand; Jo-Ellen, Rosenberg, 23 Edmundo Gonzalez, 6, of 133 Rumthe open market until the son, months old, of Hance rd, and Vista son rd., Little Silver, cut right
John, Jr.; Mr. Laird'B late brother, dr., Little Silver, bruised toe, wrist, fell in swimming pool; Rose
Joseph T. Laird, 3d, and two bro- dropped something on foot! Mary Grimm. 5, of West Keansthcra-in-law, Walter R. Woollcy Charles Levitt, 2, of 118 Patterson burg, cut tongue, fell down stairs;
and Walter E. Johnson, fail to ex- ave., Shrewsbury, bruised forehead, Georglanna Bruntz, 61, of Bellevue
ercise .their options to buy the fell from bed hitting head on pho- ave., Leonardo, broken right wrist,
stock. The trust expires upon Mrs. nograph; Carol Ward, 11. of 218 fell, and Joseph Burns, 14, of 133
Laird's death and after the son, Bay ave., East Keansburg, cut Spring st., Red Bank, puncture
Larrie, has attained the age of 27. right foot on piece of glass; Glen wound ot left foot, stepped on nail.
Guy Hendrlcks of Atlantic High- Paris, 4, of 48 Port Monmouth rd.,
lands, who died June IB, left $7;000 Keansburg, cut right cheek, ran
to a sister-in-law, Marguerite Scul- into door causing glass to break;
thorp; $2,500 to a niece, Gloria Susan Dreyer, 7, of Crescent dr.,
Levinsky of Little Silver; $1,506 Red Bank, cut right fingers, caught
each to his sisters, Fanny Lazarus, hand in fan; Patricia Pleszynskl,
Ethel Frank and Helen Hendricks IS, of Pine Tree Trailer park, Eattot New York city; $300 to Anga ontown, cut right elbow on ash
Oakes, Atlantic Highlands, and tray of ear; Ruth Normandln, 24,
Complete Renovation of
$100 to nanicl Oakes, Atlantic High- of 41 Mehose ter., Middletown, cut
lands. The widow receives the finger on car window; Cornelia
Feather Pillows
Lyford, 31, of Middle rd., Lincroft
real.
cut
left
fifth
Anger,
caught
finger
WHILE-YOU-WAIT!
!
Florence A. Bitter of Keyporl,
who died May 29, left her estate to In egg beater; BUI Moge, 23, of
coining soon to
her husband, Carl, and a daughter, Belford, cut scalp, doing carpenter
work when piece of wood fell on
Mrs. Helen Thompson.
head;
Mary
Ann
Campbell,
74,
of
Charles Allen of Freehold town Sycamore ave,, Shrewsbury, broken
ship, who died Mar. 21, left $100 to left
fell down two steps;
Edward Wilson. The rest goes to Dirk wrist,
Held, 16, of Navesink ave., 64-76 White St.
Red Bank
the First National bunk of Free
hold, which tp to pay the income
and the principal for the support
of the widow.
Nellie Hoagland of Spring Lake
who died June 12, left her ratal*
to her children, Grace Conklin
Julia Livingston and C. Stanley
Hoagland.
Harry E. Long, Sr., of Spring
Lake, who died May 14, and George
Sehmlcdle of Bradley Beach, who
died June 19, left their estate* to
the respective widows.
Ethel Schenck of Sea Girt, who
died June 9, lpft her estate to Dr,
Franklin Rightmlre,
Rebecca J. Caddoclc of Avon, who
died June 12, lett her estate to her
daughter, Ruth Caddock.
Ottille Elser of South Belmar,
who died June 9. left property at
1S12 Pine ter., South Belmar, to
her daughters, Edna Elser and
Doris Ktmblc. Property at 1S10
Pine ter., goes to her husband, Fred
Elser, and son, William. Tbe'rest
Is to be held In trust by the Asbury
Park National Bank and Trust
company for the support of Miss
Elser.
Employees Nam«d
In Laird Will
On Ma*u*ui4*lU CoitUdf U i
Major, City of L. B.
Bin, N. J. Trust Ce.
John 0, U w , , y
pjr,, Fed. Horn* Loin
BunkofN.T.
D | r ,, c .ntr«i Corp.
Member Si. of G0V8.«
N. J, Sav. and L. Leaf.
Cash
U. S. Bonds
.'.....
$685,780.03
880,000.00
Total Cash and U.S. Bonds...,
Federal Home Loan Bank Stock
First Mortgage Home Loans .,.
F. H. A. Improvement Loans
Account Loans to Members
Home Purchase Contracts
RealEstate Owned
Furniture and Equipment Less Depreciation
Office Building Less Depreciation
Prepaid Expenses
TOTAL ASSETS
? 965,780.03
217,200.00
16,038,595.78
260,423.78
108,250.87
31,277.37
51,846.32
16,099.50
105,983.46
6,277.40
$17,801,73451
LIABILITIES AND' RESERVES
Members' Savings Accounts
Advances from Federal Home Loan Bank ....'
Loans in Process
Other Liabilities
Deferred Income
Reserves
TOTAL LIABILITIES AND RESERVES
$15,532,047.59
950,000.00
317,069.00
50,77^.11
38,886.06
912,959.75
$17,801,734.51
The uvini! ef each uver in this mutual savings institution are insured iip.to $10,000.00 by the Federal Savings
* Loan Iniurinee Corporation, an instrumentality of the United States Government.
t
" I I IOSS OF
OPIN f A.M.
T I L 8 P.M.
FRIDAYS
RED BANK REGISTER, JULY 7,1955
Auxiliary Plans
Attendance Treat
S E A CTMT nr
DANCING
/i
FAIR HAVEN—At a recent
meeting of the ladles' auxiliary to
the flre company, plans were made
for an attendance treat July 26.
A bua will leave the flre home
at 5 p. m. for dinner at Beau
Rivage restaurant and then on to
the Neptune Music circus for a
performance of "South Pacific."
Mrs. A. Livingston Lundy is In
charge of arrangements. Those
who will make the trip are Mrs.
Helen Bennett, Mrs. Clark Burnside, Mrs. Thomas Carlock, Mrs. A.
C, Dixon, Mm. Joseph DriscolJ, Mrs.
3arney Egeland, Mrs. James Farley, Mrs. Lawrence Farley, Mrs.
Charles Fugate, Mrs. Clifford Grimmer, Mrs. Herbert Hawkins, Mrs.
Tony Hunting, Mrs. Viola Sickles,
Mrs. Harold Lartaud, Mrs. Melvin
Halleran, Mrs. Carl Jakubecy, Mrs.
Lundy, Mrs. John Mulvihill, Jr.,
Mrs. Robert Matthews, Mis. Jesse
Mcllray, Mrs. Luke Pryor, Mrs.
Michael Prikopa, Mrs. Pearle Rosenberg, Mrs. Bernard Rosenberg,
Mrs. Alfred Robbins, Mia. William
Bobbins, Mrs. Warren Reinhardt,
Mrs. Martin McGulre, Jr., Miss Melissa Little, Miss Beth Scowcroft,
Miss Mary Vanderburg, Mrs. Wallace Bennett, Mrs. Robert Lundy,
Mrs. James Butler, Mr*. Joseph
Connor, Mrs. John Mulvihill, Sr.,
Mrs. Richard Pettlgrew and Miss
Gladys Taylor.
»ta ftirt Mien*: Gibson 9-70*0
EVERY
SATURDAY
NIGHT
with Jock Manareppt
and Hi*
TUNE
TOPPERS
9 P. M. till Closing
For the BEST in Food on the Shore
Full Court* Dinners—Alto a hi Cart* . . .
At Modorart frier*
Served Daily 5 to 9 P. M.
Sundays 2 P. M. till Closing
NO COVER CHARGE
SHOW I'l \< I
OF I l l l
SHOItl
Colt's Neck
Miss Claudia Hammond of Meluchen spent the week-end with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hammond.
The Senior Youth Fellowship of
the Reformed church met Thursday
at the church. Mrs. Henry Hammond, Jr., leader, was in charge.
Marlanna Ellis read the Scripture.
Jim Kirk gave the prayers.
The fellowship Softball team will
play the 3eobeyvi!le Softball team
at the Colt's Neck field Tuesday.
Mr. and Mis. George Kleinsmith
of Reading, Pa., Mr. and Mrs.
Floyd Moyer, Boyerstown, Pa., and
Mr. and Mrs. John Baylor, New
Brunswick, were holiday week-end
guests with Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Baylor.
A weekly Bible school has been
started at the Reformed church,
with Mrs. Stanley Herbert as chair
man. School Is conducted between
9 and 11:30 a. m. Teachers include
Marlanna Ellis and Betty Ellis, In
charge of music; Mrs. William
Buck and Mrs. Robert Leihel, nursery classes; Mrs. Howard Quabeck
and Janet Patterson, beginners;
Mrs. Robert Leibel and Eleanor
Thompson, primary; Mrs. Kenneth
Daniels, Peggy Richens and Dorothy Patterson, juniors, and Rev.
Elie F. de Lattre, pastor, intermediate.
cA Pricetag,
y[oufll never *ee
Like all Registered Jewelers, we scientifically judge
every diamond in our store on these 4-Cs before
it's priced. We know tniS is the only way to give
you positive assurance of full value in your diamond
purchase: Let us show you how the 4-Cs protect you.
REGISTERED JEWELER, AMERICAN GEM SOCIETY
36
BROAD
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Jeweler
RED
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FIRST BIRTHDAY
MATAWAN—Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bilotti, Fifth St., entertained
on the Fourth of July for their
son Alfred, Jr., who was celebrating his first birthday. Patriotic
decorations were used and the
large birthday cake had a flag in
the center. Attending were Mr. and
Mrs. William Tureby and son Wil
liam, Jr., Mr. and Mi*. James Ben
-nett and children Suzanne, James
and Kathy, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony
Nunziato and son James and Barbara" Bilotti.
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Take a guess at the number of children in
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know your guess. You may be the lucky
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'TIL 9 P. M. FRIDAYS 'TIL 10 P. M .
BED BANK REGISTER, JULY 7,1955
Page Bix
DR. DOMENICO CASCIO
MRS. ALMA TONER
LENA VAN BIENE
EDWIN' B. FIELD
ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS — Dr. EAST ORANGE — Mrs. Alma
FREEHOLD— Mrs. Lena VanFuneral services for Edwin B.
Domenico Cascio, 59, of Ocean Toner, 62, wife of Joseph Toner of Blene, 79, died yesterday at Briar
Field, 68, of Riverview ave., Little
blvd., here, died Tuesday at the 103 North 16th St., died yesterday Hill house. She had been in failSilver, who died suddenly at his
Ivy House nursing home, where he in the East Orange General hos- ing health the past four years.
home Monday following a four-day
was taken Monday.
pital after a long illness.
Born in London, England, she
NEW BRUNSWICK—N. Thomas illness, were held yesterday at the
Born in Newport, Pa., daughter was the daughter of the late Capt.
Dr. Cascio was born in Italy,
DeGaetano, 48, head of the crimi- Wordcn funeral home. Rev. James
\V.
Marshall,
pastor
of
Embury
of
the
late
David
and
Sara
Hovvson
of
the
late
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Gaiand
Mrs. Burnle and the widow of
MARTIN
M.
MARX
CLARENCE E. MATTHEWS
nal investigation section of the Methodist church, officiated, and
state police and well-known in burial was in Fair View cemetery. Clarence E. Matthews, 63, of 210 SHREWSBURY- — Martin M. seppe Cascio. Educated in Italy, anstine, Mrs. Toner Is a former Auguste VanBlenc.
he received his medical degree resident of Red Bank. She also
Surviving are two sons, Karl
Monmouth county, where he had
Broad St., Red Bank, died Friday Marx, 63, retired livestock dealer from the University of Messina. is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Biene
of Empshott-Hants, Engbeen stationed several years, died Mr. Field was born in Middle- at Riverview hospital,
and wholesale butcher, died Sat- Dr. Cascio, who came to the United James Hind of Haywood, Cal.
town
and
had
been
a
Little
Silver
land,
and Sgt. Derek Biene, U. S.
at hit home here Monday of a
urday
at
his
home,
801
Broad
st.
hospital.
States
about
30
years
ago
had
been
resident for 33 years. He was the
Services will be held tomorrow Air Force; four daughters, Mrs.
heart attack.
of the late Henry and Ada Mr. Matthews waa born in New- Mr. Marx was born in New York a resident here 17 years. He wasat 2 p. m. in the John E. Day fu- H. Noble Matthews of London,
Mr. DeGaetano, who joined the son
ark, son of the late Harold C. andcity, son of the late Frank M. andonce listed in "Who's Who in Med- neral home, Red Bank, with Rev. England, Mrs. Margherlta Condell,
Brooks
Field,
and
was
employed
as
state police 28 years ago, was pro-a bridge tender on the Oceanic- Jennie Smith Matthews. A resi- Fannie Marx, and had been a resi- icine" as a diagnostician. Until
Roger J. Squire, pastor of the RedPrinceton, Mrs. Charles Napier,
moted to captain in 1953. Before Rumson-Locust bridge.
dent of Red Bank a number of dent of this area most of his life. his retirement because of illness Bank Methodist church, officiat- Boyertown, Pa., and Mrs. Julius
being assigned to headquarters in
years, he was a former resident Until his retirement ten years ago, about three years ago, Dr. Cascio ing. Interment will be In Fair A. Toren, Portaupeck; five grandHe
is
survived
by
his
wife,
Mrs.
Your Expression of
West Trenton several years ago,
maintained a practice In New York View cemetery.
Connors Field; a son of Ocean Grove. Before his retire- he was In partnership with his city.
children, and one great grandchild.
he served in the Keyport barracks. Catherine
ment six years ago, Mr. Matthews brother, Nathan Marx, In the opTrue Remembrance
Randolph
D.
Field,
who
lives
at
She was a communicant of St. PeCapt. DeGaetano became a dea daughter, Mrs. Olive Kal- was an executive with the Stein- eration of Marx Brothers, wholeJOHN HYLAND
Surviving are a son, Domenick
ter's Episcopal church, this place.
No
other act of a normal
tective In 1931, about two years home;
sale
butchers
of
Shrewsbury.
cr
company
of
New
York
city.
sky of Lincoln Park, Mich.; two
Cascio, serving with the U. S. Army
man's life gives him more
after joining the force. He took grandchildren,
Hyland, 55, of Private services will be held.
and two brothers, Surviving are his wife, Miriam
Mr. Marx was a member of in Georgia; two daughters, Mrs. 287NEWARK—John
Interment will be In charge of the c o m p l e t e soul satisfaction
part In some of the most prom- Henry T. Field of Cranford, and Kridel Matthews; two brothers, Washington
Washington
et.
died
Tuesday
lodge, Free and Ac-Sara Borello, Atlantic Highlands, at Newark City hospital. A native Flock funeral home.
than the building of a Meminent Investigations in the state, in- Rohck D. Field, Detroit, Mich.
Nelson R. Matthews, Interlaken,
Masons of Eatontown; and Mrs. Matilda Levine, Colum- of
orial to his loved ones who
cluding the Lindbergh baby kidnap- Tuesday niplit members of the and Harold R. Matthews, Ocean cepted
he was the son of the
Shrlners,
Salaam
Temple of Tren- bus, Ga., a sister, Miss Anna Maria lateIreland,
have gone on.
ing.
Charles
and
Ellen
Temperley
Little Silver lire cuiu|jniiy held ser Grove, and a niece and two ton, and was an exempt member Cascio, Italy, and a grandchild.
He also worked on probably vices
Hyland. He had been a resident of
nephews.
Our
select Barre Memorials
of
Shrewsbury
Hose
company
No.
at
the
funeral
home,
in
charge
The
funeral
will
be
held
tomorwhat was Monmouth county's most of the company chaplain, Rev. Car The funeral was held Monday 1. A veteran of World War I, he. row at 11 a. m. at the Posten fu-1 Rumson until he moved here 12
bear the Guild mark of apfamous mystery, the trunk mur- roll M. Burck. Bearers were George night at the Adams memorial was a. member of the American neral home, with Rev. Harold Horn- years ago and was an exempt
proval, your guarantee of a
der in Keyport about eipht years Kuhn, George Rader, Harold Tetley, home with Rev. Roger J. Squire, Legion of Long Branch. Mr. Marx berger of the Red Bank Lutheran member of the Rumion Are definer Memorial at no extra
aero. Together with Monmouth Otto Schneider, Samuel Whelan pastor of the Red Bank Methodist also was a member of Congrega- church, officiating. Burial will be partment.
coat Visit our showroom and
County Detective John M. Gawler, and Henry Friedlander.
He is survived by hii wife, Harin Bay View cemetery.
see our displays of these certion
Bnai
Israel
of
Red
Bank.
church,
assisted
by
Rabbi
Arthur
he is credited with breaking the
riet
Haggerty
Hyland;
a
ton,
John
tified memorials.
H. Hershon of Congregation Bnai
Surviving besides Nathan Marx,
case after many months of dilli•uy
Direct
Hyland
of
Texas;
two
daughters,
SIRS. GEOnGIAJfNA PHILLIPS Israel, officiating. Burial, Tuesday who lives in Shrewsbury, are his
LOGAN ROBERTS
gent detective work.
Mn.
Richard
Sohuler
and
Miss
morning,
was.in
Falrmount
cemewife, Blanche Cohen Marx; three
MARLBORO—Mrs. Georglanna
Among his survivors are his
• a m Guild
Logan Roberts, 88, Kabhryn Hyland of Maplewood,
sons, Monroe G. Marx, this place; of RUMSON—
wife, Mrs. Edythe DeGaetano, and Phillips, 76, widow of Robert C. tery, Newark.
65 West River rd. died this and four listen, Mrs. John StanGeorge
C.
Marx,
Little
Silver,
and
Hgwy.
35
Box 135 Red Bank
Phillips
of
Re
'.
Bank,
died
Tuesday
a son, Arthur Thomas, 18.
morning at his home after an ill-ley and Mn, Joseph Guerrier of
Nest to M t Olivet Cemetery
in Marlboro hospital after a long MRS. CATHERINE T. 8CHWABZ Bernard J. Marx, Red Bank; an- ness of two weeks.
Rumson, Mrs*.' George Thompson
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brother,
Maurice
Marx,
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illness.
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Sea
Bright
and
Mrs.
Patrick
MATAWAN
TOWNSHIP
—
Mrs.
lifelong resident of this place,
DR. DAVID W. GBEEN
Mrs. Phillipa was born in Sea Catherine T. Schwarz, 68, died bury Park, and four grandchil- heA was
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a son of the late Logan McLoughlln of Dublin, .Ireland.
R.F.D.
lex 101, Rtd lank
SALEM—Dr. David W. Green, Bright, daughter of the late Frank Saturday at her home, 451 Shore dren.
The rosary will be • recited toJane Morris Roberts. For
The funeral was held yesterday and
63, husband of Doris Sneden Green, A. and Vale:ia Eldridge Johnson. concourse, Cliffwood.
morrow at 8 p. m. in the John E.
many
years
he
worked
in
the
formerly, of Red Bank, died Sun- She was a member of Asbury MethMrs. Schwarz was born in Ho-at the late residence with Rabbi
fish market, New York Day funeral home, Red Bank, led
day at his home, 69 Market st., odist church, North Long Branch, boken, daughter of the late Henry Arthur H. Hershon of Congrega- Washington
city. He was a member of the Redby Rev. Joseph A. Sullivan, pastor
and the Sons and Daughters of and Elizabeth Hogan Erion. She tion Bnai Israel, officiating. Bur- Bank
here.
lodge, Free and Accepted of Holy Cross Catholic church. FaDISTINCTIVE
Born in Salem, Dr. Green had Liberty, Crystal Wade council.
ther Sullivan will offer a high mass
was the widow of Fred Schwarz. ial was in Monmouth Fields, West Masons.
Long
Branch.
lived here all his life. He was a
Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Mis. Schwarz had lived here ten
of requiem Saturday at 9:15
Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Mar- o'clock in Holy Cross church. Ingraduate of the University of Joseph Relchard of New Market; years and was a member of St.
garet Wermes Roberts; a daugh- terment will be In Mt. Olivet
Pennsylvania and that university's a sister, Hiss Lulu Johnson of Joseph's Catholic church, Keyport.
ALEXANDER ClIArMAN
ter,
Mrs. Margaret Chapman, living cemetery.
medical school. During World War Ocean Grove, and three grand- Surviving are a son, Leroy Um- MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP —
home, and a brother, Edward
I, he served in Europe with the children.
scheid, living at home; and three Alexander Chapman, 60, of Mag-at
Perfection of Material and
British Army and with the King's The funeral will be held today brothers, Leo and Clarence Erion, nolia lane, here, died Monday at Roberts, and sister, Mrs. Fannie
Card of Thinks
Workmanship In Beautiful
Liverpool regiment.
at 1 p. m. at the Flock funeral Hobokcn, and Joseph Erion, Tea- Monmouth Memorial hospital after White, both of this place.
I wl»h to thank all relatives, friends,
for their beautiful
flowtn,
Surviving besides Mrs. Green are home. Burial will be in Evergreen neck.
Services will be held Saturday neighbor*
New Designs
a long Illness.
card* of sympathy and kindness during
two daughters, Mrs. Robert H. Tc-cemetery.
A high mass of requiem was of- A resident of Middletown 32 at 2 p. m. from the Worden fu- my recent sorrow caused by the death
ter, Devon, Pa., and Mrs. Wooster
Our memorials are manufacfered yesterday ai St. Joseph's years, Mr. Chapman was a member neral home, Red Bank, with iRev. of my beloved husband, Frank Woodward, who died June 24, 1955. I espeMISS ETHEL M. MELICK
Curtiss, Waterlown, Conn,; two
Catholic church by Rev. Cornelius of Union Baptist church, Red Hill. A. Kenneth Magner, pastor of the cially
tured by skilled artisans in our
" want to thank th» pallbearers,
•isters, Mrs. J. Alex Wilson, ElizJ. Kane. Burial, under the direc- Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Rumson Presbyterian church, offi- thoia who loaned cars, the Rev, Robwell equipped plant at West
LITTLE
SILVER
—
Miss
Ethel
abeth, and Miss Marion Green, M. Melick, 64, of 635 Prospect ave., tion of the Day funeral horns, Keyert M. Runge, Port Monmouth Kir it Aid
ciating.
Interment
will
be
(n
the
Long Branch.
Dr. Bcrman. Dr. James Parker,
Philadelphia, and three grand- died Friday at her home after a port, was in Holy Cross cemetery, Margaret Colter, and a son Roose- Old First Church cemetery. West Squad,
Sr.,
and
the
Day
funeral
home.
To
the
velt, both of New York city; two Long Branch.
children.
North Arlington.
telephone operator who was on duty at
illness.
brothers, Isaac Chapman, BaltiThe funeral was held yesterday short
3:45 Friday morninir,' They will never
A
former
resident
of
Maplemore, Md., and Laurah Chapman,
know how grateful I am to them,
In Salem. Burial was in East View wood, Miss Melick had been a resWILLIAM H. WARD
Grifton,
N,
C.j
two
sisters,
Mrs.
JOSEPH M. WHITEHEAD
Mn, Frank Woodward.
cemetery, here.
ident of this place 27 years.
Funeral services for William H. Louisa Maey, Vanceboro, N. C, and PORT MONMOUTH—Joseph M. —Advertisement,
Miss
Alena
Chapman,
Brooklyn,
Surviving
are
a
brother,
WilWard
of
Rosalie
ave.,
Rumson,
whj
CORRECTION
Whitchead, 27, of 16 Brainard ave.,
Card of Thank*
liam J. Melick, Springfield, and a died Wednesday of last week while and five grandchildren.
Wall St. Tel. LO 6-3567
West Long Branch
We wiih t o thank our relative! and
LOCUST—In the obituary In last sister, Miss Hazel Melick, East on a bus trip to Ocean City, were The funeral will be held this af- died Tuesday at Monmouth Me- friend*
for their sympathy, kindness, and
morial
hospital.
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week's issue about Charles Rumph, Orange.
helpfulness during* our recent sorrow
held Saturday at the Worden fu- ternoon at 2 p. m. at Union Bapcaused by t h e lost of our beloved son
82, who died June 24 at his home
The funeral was held Tuesday neral home, Rev, A. Kenneth Mag- tist church. Burial, under the di- He is survived by his' wife, Mrs. and
brother,
Pater
John
Farmer.
We
on Locust Point rd., It was er-at Uie late residence with Rev. ner, pastor of the Rumion Presby- rection of theHarrls funeral home, Barbara Walsh Whttehead; two especially want to thank the Priest*
will be in Pine Grove cemetery, children, Catherine and Joseph and Sister* of St. James parish, our wonroneously stated he was cremated Theodore E. A. LeVan, rector of terian church, officiated.
Whitehead, Jr.; a sister, Mr3. Dor-derful neighbors in and around Victoria
at Reaehill crematory, Linden. Mr. Old* Christ Episcopal church, Mr. Ward, a resident of Rumson Craven county, N. C.
the pa.lbearera, tha boys and
othy LeBedz, West Keansburg, Helthts.
Rumph was burled In Mt. Olivet Shrewsbury, officiating. Burial, un- for the past 34 years, was a former
uirli of Red Bsnk Catholic high school,
and his parents, Joseph and Ag-and the A, * P. employees. We art
cemetery, Middletown township, der the direction of the William trustee Ht Rumson Presbyterian
MRS. FRANCIS CHRISTIN
Monday of last week after services S. Anderson funeral home, was Inchurch. He is survived by his wife, NAVESINK—Mrs. Emma Chrls- nes Mills Whitehead, and a sister, deeply grateful,
Bereaved Parent!.
COMPANY
at Uie Posten funeral home.
Evergreen cemetery, Elizabeth.
Mrs. Adabell Soule Ward; two sons, tln, 78, died Monday at her home Mine Agnes Whitehead, all living
Sist«r» and; Brothers.
in Liverpool, England.
Richard Ward of Leonla, end Wil- on Valley dr., here.
—Advertisement,
liam E. Ward of Rumson;' a step- Mrs. Chriitln was born on Staten
Mr. Whitehead was employed by
Headden'a Corner, Middletown, Route 35
Card of T h a n k . "
sister, M». George Ploch of Pater- Island, daughter of the late Wen- LaFrede. Motors in Red Bank. He
We wish t o thank alt relatives, friends
ion, and four grandchildren.
and
neighbors,
who
in
our
hour
of
sorJAMES J . HURLEY, M*n«g«r
alnt and Harriet Mersereau Andro- was a member of St. Mary's Cath- row, tendered their sympathy, spiritual
Bearers were William Zerr, An- vette. She had been a resident olic church, New Monmouth.
bouquet* and floral tributt* during the
thony Falcone, William Kuper and here ten years.
The funeral, will be held Satur- death of our beloved mother. Molly BurPHONE RED BANK 6-3810
William Sagurton. Burial was in Surviving are her husband, Fran- day at 10 a. m. at St. Mary's nett. We especially wish to thank the
Memorial Homi, tht bear era and
FUNERAL HOME
Fair View cemetery.
cis Chrlstln, and a brother, Her- church, where the pastor, Rev, Adtms
thoi* who assisted In any way.
i
Long Branch 6-4978—Day or Night
bert Androvette, Waldon, N. Y.
Robert T. Bulman, will officiate at
Mn. Ellle McGutre,
•MM. LUCIA & CCRTIS
Daniel J, Burnett*
The funeral was held yesterday a requiem mass. Burial, under Uie
, Church Street
Bclford, N. J.
—-Advertisement,
EAST KEANSBURG—Mn. Lu- at the Posten funeral home, with direction of the Jehn J. Ryan fucia Buzzell Curtis, 7», of Thomp- Rev. Harry Zane, pastor of the At- neral home, will be In Mt, Olivet
son
ave. here, died Saturday at lantic Highlands Methodist church, cemetery.
AIR CONDITIONED
officiating. Burial »vas in Fair
Riverview iionpital.
A resident of Keansburg 40 View cemetery.
JOHN JOSEPH HORN
years, Mrs. Curtis was a daughter
Phone Keansburg 6-0333
JACOB HODGKJSS
HIGHLANDS — John Joseph
of the late John and Emma Chamberlain Buzzell and the widow LEONARDO — Jacob Hodgkiss, Horn, Jr., 55, of IBS Navesink ave.,
of Stephen Curtis. She was a mem. 62, of Center ave., Leonardo, died died Tuesday in Pennsylvania staber of the New Monmouth Baptist Tuesday at the Monmouth county tion, New York city, where he was
church.
welfare home, Freehold, where he stricken with a heart, attack.
Surviving are a brother, Max A.had been a patient two months.
Mr. Ho*n is survived by his son,
ROBERT
A.
BRAIN
Buzzell, Jericho, Vt.; and two sis- Mr. Hodgkiss was born In Jersey William Horn of Rumson; his
ters, Mrs. Ella Buxton, Rutland, City, son of the late Henry and father, John Joseph Horn, Sr., of
"HOME FOB FUNERALS"
Vt., and Mrs. Clark Wright, Essex Bridget Agnes McCunnie Hodgkiss. New York, city; two sisters, Mrs.
Junction, Vt.
A veteran of World War I he hadMay Magnuson and Mrs. Marjorie
The funeral was held Tuesday been a resident here several years. McConnell, both of Highlands, and
afternoon at the late residence Surviving are a brother, William two brothera, < Edward and Arnold
One of the country's most modern funeral
with Rev. William E. Bisgrove, Hodgkiss, and four sisters, Mrs. Horn, both of Red Bank.
pastor of the New Monmouth Bap- Jane Peterson, Mrs. Agnes Hansen, The funeral wilt be held tomorhomes with a completely home-like atmosphere.
tist church, officiating. Burial, un Mrs. Bernita Vickert and Mrsrow
at 10 a. m. at Our Lady of
der the direction of the Posten fu- Helen Keighron.
Perpetual Help Catholic churchy
neral home, was in Jericho ceme- The funeral will be held Saturday Highlands,
and burial, directed by
108 BROAD STREET
EATONTOWN 3-O3U
tery, Jerloho, Vt.
at 2 p. m. at the late residence. Posten funeral home, will be in Mt.
Burial,
under
the
direction
of
the
Olivet
cemetery,
HARRY I. VanNOTE
Posten funeral home, will be In Fair
1
OCEANPORT — Harry I. Van-View cemetery.
' MRS. LENA AGEE
Note, 58, who made hit home with
ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS—Mn.
his aunt, Mrs.! Eflle Ryan, 118
PETER F. MITCHELL
Oceanport ave, here, died Friday
Lena Agee, 57, died yesterday at
In Klngsbridge Veterans hospital, SQUANKUM—Peter F. Mitchell, ber home, 2 Central ave.
77, of this place, died Monday at
Bronx, N. Y.
She Is survived by her husband,
Rlvercrest nursing home, Red
Born in Elizabeth, Mr; VanNote Bank, where he had been a patient William Agee; four sons, James
was a son of the late Charles and four years. A retired miner, Mr. Seward, Wichita Falls, Tex.,
Margaret Coyne VanNote. He wasMitchell was born in Pennsylvania. George Seward, Montgomery. Ala.,
a veteran of World War I. A resi- Surviving are his wife, Fannie Frederick Seward, New York and
dent of this area SO years, Mr.
Seward, this place, and
Mitchell, and a daughter, Arthurdaughters,
Successor to Mount Memorial Horn*
VanNote. was a member of Star of Coughlln
Mrs. Naomi JohnHenry Spellman, Jr., Cam-three
the Sea Catholic church, Long Mrs.
son,
Mrs.
Dorothy Blbbens and
bridge, Mass.
Branch.
Miss
Hazel
Agee,
this place.
The funeral waa held yesterday
Surviving besides his aunt, are at Shickshlnny, Pa. Burial was in Services will be held Saturday
FUNERAL
four cousins, Mrs, Julia Prothero Pine Hill cemetery, there. Local at 2 p. m. from the St. Paul Bapand Charles Ryan, this place; Mrs. arrangements were in charge vof the tist church with Rev. V. L. Peek
Harry Zager, Fair Haven, and John E. Day funeral home.
officiating. The Harris funeral
Philip Ryan, Morristown,
home will be in charge of the inA requiem mass was offered
terment.
ABRAHAM
F.
MASON
310 Bread S t r u t
Rtd Bank, N. J .
Tuesday at Star of the Sea church.
Burial, under the direction of the KEANSBURG—Abraham F. MaRICHARD NYLEN
Flock funeral home, was in Wood- son, 74, of 31 Frazer at., died Tuesday at Rlvercrest nursing home,
bine cemetery, Oceanport. •
Richard Nylen, 43, a marine piMiddletown township, where he lot for Irwin's yaoht works, Red
had been a patient five years. He Bank, where he made his home,
had been a resident here 30 years. died Thursday at Monmouth MeThe funeral was held last night morial hospital.
at the Scott funeral home, with
Mr. Nylen was born in PhiladelRev. Robert Blackman, pastor of phia,
son of the late Charles W.
the Belford Methodist church, offi- and Lydia
Larson Nylen.
>
ciating, Burial, this morning, was
Surviving are two sons, Albert
In Hoboken cemetery, Hoboken,
Nylen, Bristol, Pa., and Walter C.
Nylen, New York city.
LEON WOLJOLK
funeral was held Tuesday
LITTLE SILVER — Leon Wol- in The
Philadelphia. Local arrangeJolk, 76, of Rumson rd., Little Sil- ments
were
in charge of the Flock
ver, died Tuesday at Monmouth funeral home.
dedicated
to
Memorial hospital.
30-32 Hudson Ave.
Red Bank
Mr. Woljolk was born in Russia.
INTEGRITY
He had been employed as a gar- CAROLYN K. WOODCOCK
PHONE RED BANK 6-2406
To terve reverently . . . with dener by George C. Ivlns of Rum- Services for Mrs. Carolyn K.
son id. here the past SO years. Woodcock, 79, of King's Highway,
dignity and beauty always, There
are no survivors.
Middletown, who died at her home
and offering the utmost in
The funeral was held this morn- Wednesday of last Wfcck, were held
consideration. At no time Ing at the Adams memorial home, Friday at the Worden funeral home,
with Rev, James W, Marshall, pasRev. Andrew M. Van Dyke,
does creed or price, make tor of Embury Methodist church with
rector of Christ Episcopal church,
any difference in the high here, officiating. Burial was In Ev-Middletown, officiating. Interment
ergreen cemetery, Little Silver.
was private.
itandardt we have upheld
Mrs. Woodcock, a resident of MidHARRY C. F.
JAMES A.
ROBERT F.
and shall continue to uphold
MRS. M1LLICENT S. HOVT
dletown the past 23 years is survived
by a daughter, Mrs. Marshall
in our service end reiponLITTLE SILVER — Mrs. Milllcent 8, Hoyt, 72, of 25 Foxwood Simpson, with whom she made her
RED BANK 6-0557.
sibility to the community.
dr. here, formerly of 37 Washing- home,
ton Square West, New York city,
M I . MONT STRUT
died Friday night at Ivy House
R I D| A N K
KILLED BY CAR
Nursing homo, Mlddlelown.
FREEHOLD — Alex Mokowskl,
Mrs. Hoyt was born in South 70, of Georgia School House was
"Ov«r Thirty Y««r* of "
Orange, daughter of the late Fran- killed Monday night when struck
cis B, and Mary Ransom Salisbury. by a car on rt. 8. He leaves no
Surviving is a son, Donald S. survivors.
Dependable, Economical Service
85 RWerelde Avenue
Hoyt, Little Silver.
A high mass of requiem was ofThe funeral was held Tuesday fered this morning at St. Rose of
Phone 6-0332—Red lank
afternoon
at
the
Adams
memorial
Lima
Catholic church by Rev, BerKeyport Branch—581 Maple PL home, with Rev. A, Kenneth MagAir CondiHoned for Your Comfort.
nard Coon, Burial, under the diNon-Sectarian
ner, Jr., pastor of the Rumson rection of the Freeman funeral
Presbyterian church, officiating, home, was in St. Rose of Lima
Telephone 7-U5I
Burial was in Fair View cemetery, cemetery,
Capt. De Gaetano,
State Detective
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MIDDLETOWN—Police here are
continuing to bear down upon
speeders and careless drivers in a
campaign that appears to be showing steady results in cutting down
the number of violations.
Yesterday's highest flue taken in
by the violations bureau was paid
by John Brown of Franklin ave.,
Leonardo, $25 for driving 65 miles
per hour in a 50-mile zone.
Magistrate W. Gilbert Manson
conducted two court hearings, in
which he fined Andrew Siwakowskl
of East rd., Belford, $10 for speeding and Frank Abbatemarco of 30
Marion St., Red Bank, $5 for careless driving.
Other fines paid to the violations
bureau were:
Robert Windorp, Brooklyn, $10,
speeding; John Haddow, Center St.,
East Keansburg, $5, careless driving! Samuel Jones, Jr., Miami, Fla.,
$10. careless driving; Angelo Fiorentlno, Jersey City, $5, going
through stop street; Charles Lange,
Jr., Westfleld, $5, disregarding (top
sign; Thomas Kognowski, Perth
Amboy, 55, going through stop
street; Gerard Anderson, Jersey
City, $5, disregarding stop sign,
and Bernard Greenberg, Newark,
$10, speeding.
Dancing, Fishing
In Convention Hall
A "Record Hop." Vaughn Mon'oe and Richard Maltby's orchesra for dancing, and trout iishing
ut over the Atlantic will coniTiae the week-end entertainment
irogram at Convention hall in As>ury Park starting tomorrow. It
was announced today by Walter
Reade Jr., president of Walter
Reade Theatres, operators of the
resort city entertainment audi.orium.
Paul Brenner. WAAT disc jockey
will bring his "Requestfully Yours"
record hop tomorrow to the hall,
with Les Paul and Mary Ford, Lou
lonte and the Chordettes as his
guests. He'll spin records for dancing from 8:30 to 12:30 p. m., will
give away records to the first 500
persons attending; award record
players for finalists In a Mambo
dance contest, and a hi-fldelity recorder as another prize.
Saturday evening, for two shows
nd dancing from 9 p. m. to 1
.. m., Vaughn Monroe, RCA Vic:or records singing star, will be
[he top attraction, and Richard
Maltby and his orchestra will provide the dance music.
Sunday, to run through next
Thursday, a 150-foot tank will be
laid on the floor of the main hall,
and Mocked with live trout. The
$100,000 Gem Theft
public will have the opportunity
to fish and keepi all they catch.
Reported by Visitor
Rods and tackle will be furnished
ASBURY PARK—Mr. and Mrs. with each admission, and frozen
Joseph Galin, 605 Park ave., New food lockers provided to store the
York, reported to police here Sun- "catch" until the patron Is ready
day that $100,000 worth of jewelry lo leave Asbury for his home.
waa stolen from their room in the
Berkeley-Carterct hotel. Mrs. Gal- The trout, none less than lekin said she wore the jewels Sat- gal limit In size and moat much
urday night and when she went to larger and heavier than the limit,
get them Sunday about 7 p, m. will be trucked in daily from the
the jewel box was missing from famous Berkshire Trout farm In
her suitcase, although the suitcase Massachusetts, and an elaborate
pumping system will keep the
was still locked.
frpsh wafpr In ih*> tank constantly
Detective Sgt. Thomas Smith said circulating.
the reported stolen gems included
The free exhibits on the mezzaan 80-carat diamond necklace valfloor
will
be continued
ued at $30,000; a $12,000 diamond nine
hrough
the week; these include
brooch; a 15-carat emerald ring
the
display
of
cars
from
the atomic
worth $20,000; a diamond necklace,
a wedding band, a pearl and dia- bomb test grounds at Yucca B'lats,
and
the
Zoo-o-Rama
collection
of
mond pin and earrings. Sgt. Smith
said an exact evaluation would have exotic live birds and animals. Also,
to wait until an Investigation by on the mezzanine floor is the Barthe insurance company which cov- rett Miniature circus, a complete
ly mechanized circus with over 1,
ered them is completed.
000 mechanical performers. The
display is more than 12 feet wide
Prosecutor Warns
and extends more than 200 feet.
Skill Bingo Operators
Abm. Comb. Windows *
21 MAPLE AVE.
Middletown Speed
Drive Continues
Sea Bright
Carton, King Hold . Th« Public:
Health Xuiahifr »ssociation nf Runison. Sea Bright
and Fair Haven will hold Us well
Boys Stale Offices baby
conference Thursday. July
LOCUST—Lawrence Carton, son 23. at Runi50n borough hall. Dr.
of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence A. Car- Jrvinp K. Lnvett will he assisted hy
ton, Jr., Wigwam id., here, was association nui.ce.«.
elected an asscnihlyman at the
1955 session of Jersey Boys elate ! Skunks can squirt chemicals from
held last, wrek at Rutjerrs uni- | thrir odor sacs a?. fHr as ]0 feet.
versity, New Brunswick. Hp IT presented Red Bank, Catholic high
school.
Brian King, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Fred King of Grange ave., Fair HaRADIO
ven, representing Red Bank high
school, was appointed county prosAUTO RADIO
ecutor by the Boys State governor.
& APPLIANCE
Others attending from thi.i area
were David Powell. Fair Haven;
SALES - SERVICE
Robert Mcgill. Atlantic Hisrhlamls;
Herbert Tombs. Keyport, and David
All Repairs done on
Scott, Freehold.
Premises
ot loe Bate',
ualdoo- cookti
TELEVISION
13 County Girls
Attend Girls Stale
Antennas Installed
HAROLDS
FAIR HAVEN—Karen Ltndsley.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. j .
Lindsley, 77 Hance rd. here, represented Humson high school at the
1955 session of Jersey Giiia stale
held last week at Douglass college,
New Brunswick.
Others attending from thin coun
ty were Abbie Ann Willgerodt, Lin
croft; Gretchen Van Brunt, Atlantic Highlands; Eileen McCormick,
Highlands; Kathciine Alice Davis
Keyport; Jano Andrea C'antonl.
Union Beach; Elizabeth Molm, Elboron; Suzanne Pogtic, Freehold;
Laura Jane Miller. Long Branch.
Janice M. Crook, Belmar; Jeanne
Gail Doiak, Avon; Marguerite May
Gregory, Sea Gilt, and Mabel Scoll,
Bradley Beach.
TAINT IRON FURNITURE
Outdoor furniture made ot iron
should be painted when it is new
and then repainted regularly to
keep -the metal from rusting.
American Builder magazine says
that if rust gains a foothold, it
should be removed entirely with
steel wool or a wire brush before
refinishinR..
•
LANTERN
COOK STOVE
Flick o match—it'i lit I Fully adjustable from soft glow to full floodlight—all the light you need for
camp, cottage, night fishing, roadside emergencies. No maintenance
—burnt clean, safe, smokeless propane in disposable cylinder. Approved by
Underwriters'
Laboratories.
lights instantly, cooks fast and
safely I Truly portable for picnics, outings, camp and cottage
—weighs only 5'/j lbs. Clean,
propane fuel won't blacken
pans, comes in disposable cylirv
der—attaches in seconds, no
pumping, priming or spilling I
RADIO t ELECTRIC SHOP
16 Front St., Kcrt Bank 0-2T44
For Quality
Hltk a match . . .
ilp they're lit I
No pumping, no priming,
no filling, no spilling
..CHINA mt
GLASS SH OP
MINER SUPPLY CO
•MHttY-SCVEN IKOAD iTUET
I
j
t
'
GIFTS
Charge Accounts
It Pays lo Advertise in The Register
Invited
•:•:
i
Games Control Board
FREEHOLD — Prosecutor Vincent. P. Keuper yesterday warned Gathering Rental Facts
Information concerning: cost nf
operators of "skill" bingo games to
operate within the strict confines non-draw raffle equipment and fair
of the rules in a court order hold- rental charges for such equipment
Ing the games as legal. He 'said in instances where It is not purAmerigo W. Sacco, chief of coun- chased out-right by users is being
ty detectives, told him the rules gathered by the Legalized Games of
Chance Control Commission. The
are not being compiled with, '
Officials of non-profit organize data will be needed in event that
tions have • complained
against amendments, passed by the New
boardwalk concessionaries. Keuper Jersey legislature and presently on
said Sacco reported that some Gov, Meyner's desk, should be
playen are being permitted to III signed Into law.
The legislation pertains only to
cards on number! made by one
player tossing balls. The cour raffle equipment. It requires that
applications
for games of chance
ruled the game is legal only if each
player tosses balls into a glass at which rented equipment Is to
onclosure to attain a series of num- be used shall be accompanied by a
sworn statement verifying the
bers In. a specified order.
amount ot rent to be paid and m
U. S. mines produce an averag< conformity to schedules established
by the control commission, as well
'of 700 tons of coal a minute.
a* commission approval of the
source of the equipment.
In case.) whole equipment dealers
ate Known to the control commission, direct letters have been sent
requesting retail prices for equipment as well as recommendations
for fair rentals. Dealers who may
not be known to the control commission, or were inadvertently
omitted in the initial mailing, have
been requested to get in touch with
the Legalized Gamen of Chance
Control Commission at its office at
1060 Broad at., Newark, so that as
much Information as possible will
be at hand if and when the enabling legislation should become effective.
FREE
To SHOP at
FURNITURE STORE
DELIVERY
INSURANCE
STORAGE
Home of 3 Room Outfits
R'V. 3 5 , MIDIJLETOWN
1,
2 ,
WE'RE READY WITH NEW HOME FASHIONS
3 .
OUR I I G PURCHASING POWER SAVES YOU MONEY
OUR VALUES ARE IETTER THAN EVER
4 ,
EASIEST CREDIT TERMS ARE AVAILABLE
ATLANTIC'S
TOMORROW'S KITCHEN...TODAY
SEE IT AT
Corner of Kingslay
and Asbury Aves.
Asbury Park
WORLD'S NEWIST PUSHBUTTON KITCHEN-LAUNDRY.
SENSATION OF HOME SHOWS ACROSS THE NATION I
TM'r* imlttil
fteven
See this sensation of the
controls! Completely
practical — you.
country's biggest home shows 1 Every-
can have the same thing in your home
thing's built in • • • and in gleaming
in dozens of different arrangements,
stainless finish 1 Pushbutton automatic
Absolutely FBEE. Don't miss it I
This ft— Exhibition .Sponsored by
CORNER OF KINGSLEY
AND ASBURY AVENUE
ASBURY PARK
Asbury Park • Red Bank • Keyport
Toms River • Long Branch
Trenton • Lakewood • Freehold
MODERN BEDROOM SUITE
MODERN LIVING ROOM SUITE
Regularly $199.
Rtgutorfy $199.
You Savt $100.
You S«v« $100^
You get finest quality, imartest style for baauty
On this California styled, large double dreise*
2 Careless Drivers
Pay Fines of $58
and comfort.
10-yr. guarantee.
suite.
spring filled,
upholstered i n ' finest
EATONTOWN—Fines of S30 and
$28 for careless driving were levied
by Magistrate Harvey D. Lcuin this
week against William Lehchaupt
of Wanamassa and Maurice Lee of
Neptune, respectively.
Others fined were Joe Lawrence
Brooklyn, *13, no driver's license;
Martin Lipshitz, Newark, $12, improper passing, and $10 each to
Manuel Mattos, North Arlington.
Carlton Wadsworth, Newark, and
Joseph Garry, Scotch Plains, improper passing; Frank Parise, Neptune, careless driving, and Richard Knoepeel, Teaneck, traffic light
violation.
'
fabrics.
TRAFFIC VIOLATORS
LITTLE SILVER — Louia J.
Amato of North Bergen was fined
$10 last night by Acting Magistrate
William T. Wichmann for careless
driving. Paying $10 fines to the
violations clerk through the week
were Joseph Maxham, 258 Silverside ave., this place, stop street violation; Joseph N. Gladstone, Medical detachment, Fort Monmouth,
disregard of officer's signal; Anthony J. Nittl, Trenton, no license
in possession, and Charles H. Parkell, 82 Reckless pi., Red Bank,
Bruno R, Talerlco, 33 Central ave.,
Red Bank, and Howell M. Horner,
Long Branch, careless driving.
Each piece
foam finish, large roomy chest, double dresser,
You get Modern Sofa plus Club Chair
with latest detailed construction found only in
or button
back
chair,
higher priced suites, now at this low price only
a sensational buy at
$99.95.
$99.95.
SOLID
MAPLE
BUNK BEDS
Compltt*
with
laddtr and guard
mil.
rar. S49.9S
19
.95
V75
REG.
$129
KLOTHES KLOSET
Mitring
E x clutiv
e!Y
Pc. CHROME
DINETTE SETS
CHAIRS
BEDROOM
69
5
ALUMINUM
MAPLE
REG.
5.95
FORMICA
TOPS
rei. 169.95
39 .95
m
Spccinl Purchase Scoop
2 & 3 Pc. SECTIONALS
TRIPLE DKESSEK GRAY BEDROOM
FOR THE MODERN MINDED
Maternity
You get a full, lize bed in newest Sea-
decorator
See our salection of sectionals In every
new style, high fashion fabrics In a variety
of colors. Finest construction with foam
rubber for added comfort. Save ?50 on each
piece now only
EASY TERMS
69
Regularly $398
95
Has Tilt Mirror
179
With life time guarantee. Available In Gray
Mahogany or Cordovan Mahogany, drawers
have genuine oak Interiors, center guides,
dustproof construction.
Great Valuo at ,
only,
KASV TERMS
EA,
IXraCTANT MOTHIR
Wit* a CamalaU Line • !
MATKRNITY »P»»HIL
I N m W i M — DUIISII
•UIT* — LINOIIIIC
§•7 IONO IT.,
(Opf, B*na- tt. Puklle feheel)
Aikwy Park, N. j .
PR e-fiM
NOTICE
In lh« matter of the KsUU nf .VIIHum H Potter, rleccmcrl, Notice to
Creditor* to Present Claims,
Fumuant to the order of C. Thom«>
.Schettlno, Judge of the New Jeriey
Superior Court, Chancery Dlvlilnn, Monmouth county, this day mad* and the application of th* underlined, Mary Potter, executive of the e»lat« of the eald
William H. Potter, Notice ia hereby
given to the creditor* of the aald decedent to praient their clalma under
oath to the nald executrix within ilx
month* frrtm this da'*.
Dated Jun. 3d. ^ A H V POTTE*.
^
- Ked Hill Road, Hnlmdel
t l l . t t JJtL.__ Towmhlp. Ntw Jtnir.
ROUTE 3 5 , Vi MILE SOUTH OF 5 CORNERS
PHONE MIDDLETOWN 5-1055
FURNITURE STORE
Home of I Room Outfits
Remember, the Name is Hy, But Our Prices Are Low
Open Daily 10 A. M. to 9 P. M.
244-250 Ntwork Avt.
Open Saturday 'til 6 P. M. — Open Sunday I to 6 P. M.
(Cor. Second St.)
PHONC HE 2-8463
Jer»«y City
BED BANK REGISTER, JULY 7,1958
RED BANK REGISTER
FOR SALE
FOR SALE
BUSINESS NOTICES
MISCELLANEOUS
HELP WANTED
AUTOMOBILES
WANTED
;AINBOW FOR AIR CONPITIOKERS— LAWNMOWERS SHARPENED and re-1951 TLYMOUTH FOUR-DOOR—Hera is TV TECHNICIAN—Full or p»rt time. DHIVE A CLEAN CAR—Rupid wash HIGHEST HH1CES for vout ehinaimra,
Auto Laundry, 10 Leonard st., off r.AM^ware. antique* tine linen* furni>
Entontowi- TV Co. EA 3-O40O.
paired the ri(fht way. Walter D. An.
a good, clean car, equipped with radio
Rainbow for electric farm. Rainbow fnr
ieach. picnic anil fishing su|)p)jen, Rain- lonides. 1«4 West Front st Opposite end healer. This is a one-owner car WOULD LIKE MIDDLE-AGED woman Bridge ave. Open Monday. Wednesday, :ure. iamp», atatuea. nilverware, '.ric-athat can provide you with economical
for light housework. Will give room Thursday and Friday, 2 to 8. Saturday orac. paintinjiB. jewelry for j n t • 3er«
bow for portable rndios and batteries. Writ st.. Red Bank.
A M. t o 6 P. M, Sunday 8 to 12. or roan? Aj.ce Sand. Rill g-5'ias
trouhle-free transportation for many and board In exchange. RE (i-a936-W.
Rainbow TV and hardware. (Opposite
ULU
1-UKNlTUItK,
antiquea, CDin»,
milc«. Maurice Schwartz & Son,. W i l l PART TIME COLLECTOR — In and
OIL LAMl'S converted for aiectricArinel._Brpi < L» t ' S»"day_» until 12:311.
WE BUY AND SELL ANYTHING.
.flat...ware, art objects and bric-a-brac.
Front St.. Red Bank.
Chrysler, Plyaround Kesnsburg.
Inquire Frank
Thra* C H H • W«r4
GENERAL ELECTRIC refriWator. 9
iiy.
Laropa r,-rir«u. W» call for
Contents of homtl, itor-ia, estates,
mouth
International,
Direct factory Van SycWe, Inc., 169 New Brunswick
Immediate cash for anything and everySITUATIONS
WANTED
cu, ft., in brand new conditioti, Manuand deliver.
Harold's Radio and
cctlan, attics, chins, elk.»aw»r«, in>
:Uin*t- Uuaril'» US Bam Front at. ohnna
5^eRleri»,__
Miiimun Cbortjt: $1.00
cturrr's guarantee still on it. lived very
ave.. Perth Amboy. Call Valley e-0591.
tlquts, a r t objecta and nil bHc-»hort time.
Won Deep Freer.*! in a Electrio Shop, Is Weat rront at.,
HIGHEST PRICES for your old car We EXPERIENCED
WOMEN — General YOUNG MAN NEEDS work on Saturdays UP « 16-.3
Daubl. Rata for Doubla Spacing
ABSOLUTELY
FULL VALUE jiald for
onteRl,
roiison
selling.
Price
S85.
RE
buy.
w
&
sell,
we
trade.
Coast
Auto
for
summer.
Intel!.cent,
willing
to
•led
Bank.
Phone
RE
«.J1i4.
housework,
no
cooking,
tight
laundry,
brnc.
Ruicil'*.
26
East
Front
at.
Blind ada, using T h .
Rtgiittr'r
old eunb powder Ouaka. antiques, cutSales, Inc., 149 Monmouth St. Red Bank. S40 for five days. 9 A, M. t o 6 P . M. work hard. Pleaae will RE 6-26H-J.'
P. 0 . Box. 25o txtra.
RE 6-1698.
Klasa, oi. l-aintinub Tine turniture, etc.
RE6-5224.
__,
AY—12
acres,
standing,
alfalfa,
timoKUJJJ11.
.
MAN
WILL
DO
ODD
JOBS,
cut
grass,
;ESSPOOL
CLEANING
and
building
ni>.
Rl«bt t o classifr, adit or rijeet
Gallerifts. 35 South Main it..
thy, second cutting. 1(>P quality. Al*o
clear yards, cellars, attics nnd take FriedmanPark.
tio tanks; dry tind gravel wells and 1953 MERCURY MONTEREY four-door TREE MEN—Experienced only. Hunter
m r adxtrtUfmtnt 1> rts.rTeti by
PR 4-3143 ot M'J 1-1510
I'lKfcS—RETREADING. vu~lc«nislntf our
sedan. Two-tune, matching upholstery,
__!() bslett from first cutting.
H, Kaul. drains.
Tree Service. KE 6-2107^
Tractor work, ditch digging,
vay 1ranh: Also painting and decorat- Asbury
Tba Register.
A N T I Q U E S — SVe.ahervanen, murini
specialty
Your ear titd uy onl; 15 ,O 9-7701.
.___
. etc. * ISJ Peach a t (New Shrewsbury Merconifltic. Radio and heater, white- STATIONARY "ENGINEER for in.titu- \ng. Call RK 6-4f.0B-M.»
.
Wa will not ba r.sponslbl* for
wall tires, windshield washer, rear seat
paintlnifb booka ol New fcrucy, lamps,
minute* to t>ut .oaner- on while * • c«- kTTENTION— Coll eve student, Beauti- Borough.)
Phone
RE
••1141.
C.
R.
tion.
Oil-fired
boilers,
Call
Farmingarrora unless they are detected be*
WILL CARE FOR CHILD in my home wood coverinuu. furniture. Estates purppeaker
Perfect
condition.
Original dale S-6611.
ear yoar -lrea. No charge for loancr
ful raccoon coat. Cloth-lined. Sire 40- Wilton
fora tha tacond insertion.
hy day or week. Call AT 1*2088.*
chased mid appraised.
Phone RE- 6ifrviet. Mount Tir* Ser*ic«. 75 Whit*
lonjr, and suitable fnr mnn or womnn. HOOVER CLEANERS repaired, brushes iwner. No dealers. RE S-0R92-M.
INSURANCE —• General office worker.
No canctHstions will be accepted
%\ Red B»n>_ Phont RE •-0484.
1950
DODGE
CONVERTIBLE
—
Black.
siired for 1300. Will sell for ft 01)
CASHIER—Two
vearn experience. Full 2003. The Hudson Shop. Inc. 611 Broad
Male,
or
female,
for
small
office.
Mutt
rebriatled.
Allen Eltctric Shop. 18
or changes made In advertisements
•t., .Shrewsbury.
TOPSOlLZManure.
Large loads. Stfll ash. RE
Radio
and
heater,
(300.
1952
Willys
fi-3311.
. While at. KE C-H6I2.
lave experience in fir* and casualty intime. Call RE 6-lfifi>.*_
on* bour after receipt a t office.
two-tane, two-door, overdrive and heat- urance, Henry Schweitzer, Realtor, 146
OLD DOLLS, TOYS—Also furnitur*.
delivered Ht winter rules.
Conrad IMALL KNABE GRAND PIANO—ExcelCOLLEGE .STUDENT WANTS pupilB to
Smith Nursery. EA 3-1420, Please call
china and KIHBB, jewelry. All types of
lent condition.
One family owner. ,:HAIH CANING and ruth work, Wilbur er, 1400, Call after 7 I \ M. RE «- Main _st.,_Kean8biir».
DEADLINE:
'.utor at 13 an hour. Elementary and antiques.
Ivim, IB West Sunset are. RE t -2H89-J.*
»v»ningi.
._
The OptiortunHy Shop An!om« ice 1400 RE 6-3128. A. ChenSECRETARY
—
Who
prefers
unusual
:h
school
BUbjectR.
Mathematics
a
Real Eitata: Tuesday Noon.
B
, STATION WAGON—1947 Pontiac. Good
tiques. 115 Broadwny. Keyport. KE 7tr Conrowr. I t Garden rd.. Little Silver. <88^B.
poiition
with
variety
ot
work.
Must
icliily.
Phone
RU
t-1460-J.*
CUMlhea Dliplay: Wednesday Noon
CUSTOM LAMP SHADES—Silk, TabSEPTIC TANKS and cesspools cleaned.
running condition. Radio, heater, {260, assume responsibility when trained. Must
1446,
_ _ _ _ _ ^ _ NTIQUE
PINE
corner
cupboard.
AuAll Othere- * p. m. Wednesday.
;
Also dry wells, drains :nstalled. Esll- Cull HI 3-1909^
WOMAN v?lih«s S or 4 un- PIANOS—Higheal prices paid. H. TenE
thentic piece. Very rnre, JJOO. A
ik« working with people. Good oppor- REFINED
ric, parchment, fibrt gliLis. Lamps
f"urnished rooms, in exchange fnr serIhester Co prow, , 1 Garden rd., LUile mateii given. Oscnr Becker, 47 Second 1941 FORD TUDOR—Good transporta- tunity for rdvancement, Phone for apzer, 30C Main st., Lnl*cwood. or Lakewired and mounted. Hllo Steiner
RE fi-312K
>i, cler
clerical or otherwise.
RE 6it.. Pair Hnv«n. BE B-UC4.
tion. Four new tires, heater, | 7 5 . RU pointment for interview. Girl Scouts. RE rices,
won (1 B-21 9jl.
.
Studio, 104 Shrewsbury av«. BE • 473-R-l.*
^-_IS—We "pay 'h.ehctil cash prices lor
LORBNCE GAS RANGE l i t , collapsible CARBURETORS AND maenetos rebuilt. 1-16H3-.T.
5862.
liaby cnrririKe $5, cream and green
U S. and foreign roini*. Indian heads,
Quick factory workmanship, Doufflaa 1947 CHEVROLET CLUB COUPE—Good
INTELLIGENT MIDDLE-AGED woman
Ichcn net with porcelain table top. J20. Electric Co., 35 East Front »t.. Ked Bank.
condition. Good tires, 1150. Call KE MAN AND WIF£ to do all around hotel
Old
desires light duties in a congenial large coppers, Kukl coins, etc.
, work. Room, board snd lalary furII iti Rood condition. R. Madison. 58 BE 6-012B.
7-203r..J utter 7 P . M.
•watches, chaina, riiiBB. silver, paper
o n Available Alls. Int. Write. "I..
HAY FEVER, aathma auffererB. Don't
nished
Chesapcak* Hotel, Havre d* H.."
money, etc, Hills' UIUK Store 624
Box
811.
Bed
Bunk.'
auiTer this yenrl Pollen-Ex will filter lonover pi., Riverside Heights, Red CESSPOOLS CLEANED and built; septic 1051 IJODCE TWO-DOOR SEDAN—This Craw,
Mary
la ad.
one-owner, twt>-door, is ideal for re* PAINTER
—Experienced
house painter EXPERIENCED WOMAN wishes work Cookman ave.^Hhury I^u'k^
your bedroom of 99.99% of all polleni.
tanks cleaned and installer, drainu in• SED. FIVE-DRAWER maple finished fiLalled. Telephone any time day or night, laxed driving with tha children safely in
ANTIQUES — (iuarnnteeci beat prices".
for garden apartment. Must be willATTENTION HOHB OWNERSI—S»te Rent tor the season or buy. South JerIron inc. Cnll anytime after 6 P. M, Dolls, K11113. rcvolveru, china, cutKlaas.
the
rear.
Stop
in
and
see
this
clean
car.
rhest,
18;
composition
wash
tub,
com.
ing
to
work
under
superintendent
direcsey
Surgical
S3
Eatt
Front
at,
RE
«1-0740. H<rvey O. Tllton, 37 High- An excellent value. Maurice Schwartz
money by modernizing your bouse
,el« with stand, nwin* faucet, eductnr, RU
silver, jewelry, fuvnitm-c, hrivss. Montion. Inquire William Reeie, euperln- RE 6-1407-J.*
yourself
Wo are equipped to supply
land
ave.,
ftumnon.
U
Sons,
West
Front
St.,
Red
Bank.
Warwick Gardens, Inc., 42
EXPERIENCED, RELIABLE 'teen-age mouth' county books, clockB and Figuyou with all tbe materials neess'itry. WHEELCHAIRS, HOSPITAL BEDS for evtrai brass valves, copper fitting, | 6 . PAINTER, DECORATOR—35 years ex- Chrysler, Plymouth, International, Direct tendent,
Pinckney rd.. Red Bank.
girl desires baby sitting job at beach rines,
Uefore sellttiK. call Gilmnn, 32
rent or aa-fl by week or month. Call RE fi-5828, _
Small monthly payments arranged on
perience in Metropolitan area. Plaster- fartory dealer,.
r home. Call RB 6-3944 afttr 6 P, M.,
EASY"SPINDRIER WASHER—Six years
YOUNG LADY—To assist dentist. Local
purchaie of any material!,
Here are ClRyton Surgical Service. RE C-37.56.
i* before noon.*
old. 125. Girl'* 23" bike 15, RE 6- ng. window gla-ing, etc R Salas. 30 VOLKSWAGEN—New May, 1955. Two- resident only. Must type. Experience
COIN S^G oid7 early U'f $7, Foreign,
torn* ot the jobs you can do: Attls inUSSES, BELTS, elastic stockings arShrewsbu ry ave.. Hlghlandi. HI 1-1421,
iHrsre cents, commemorative and early
door sedan, 050 miles. Cost 11,541. preferred
Will train briffht beginner. NURSE WILL TAKE care ol child.
eulutlon, application of tilcboard in Icitcntificial limbs, br&cea and etc. Personal 1293."*
•n or bath, finish your has.nnr.t or attic fittinga by qualifiaa mala and female ;EFRIGERATOR—Electrolux, 7 cu. ft.HEATING, AIR CONDITIONING, lead- Sell for tl.428, RE 6.44a1.. »»er 1 P. M.* Write detail! to "Dental Assistant," Box
Large fenced-in back yard, shade tree, half dollars, IIIIKO antl fractional currency, coll eel j ons, ii (.'cumulations. Get
Into a playroom, bsdroom or den. Com* fitters. Also carry complete line of lick
Excellent condition, 135, Call AT 1- era sutlers, pre-fabrlcat«d duct work. 1953 STUDEBAKER two-door Cham- fill. Red Bank,
re»
lunch.
BE
6-48H4-R,'
Mueller furnaces.
J . V. Bogart, It
full market viilue where coins nre our
plete line of lumber, millwork, hardware, room
S7-W after HHO
kH
pion. Heater. Low mileHKe. 7 East SALESMAN—To sell anpnalt driveways,
necessities.
including
canes,
Good skill". huslnesB. Monmouth Stamp & Coin Shop,
paint wall board roofing, sidlnff. ply* crutchea and rer.'.nl Itema. Clayton SucRiver rd.. Rumson. RU 1-0542-J.
WO NEW ORIENTAL RUGS— 9x12. Foster St.. itWer PlsT-a. RE fi-55ft7.
light construction. Muit hav* some SECRETARY—Experienced.
Reliable, conscientious, flexible. Typ- 60 Monmouth st. ItKfi.21.41-M.Open
wcod. doors, windows Insalallon. etc.
Servl=a. RE fi-3766.
Reasonable. HI 3-U09-.T."
, FORCED WARM AIR heating a t Its best, FOUR-SEAT SPORTS CAR—1962 Austin' experience. Fhone •vaninii, 7-8. BE
InK, 950. stenography, 100 w.p.m, Seekfl eveninns nnd Suturdny.
Free eitimites on your r.sedl. American
with Walerbury equipment. Oil. coal
A40 sports convertible. Under 16,000 6-311S-R.
UiCYCLE SHOP. 434 Broad it.,
AST IRON CIRCULAR tahla saw. «;or gn« Cu-lom duct work In acrordLumbe- * Building supply. Hlmwoy »5 CONK'S
miles. Dunl enrbs, l-'nst, economical, Ex- WOMAN—Be an early bird. Cash in on timmer employment. Call Mt fi-0.167.* ACTION I' CASIII—We' buy "niwbi »">•S h i b u T y . New and rebuilt ' icyclea
h. p motor; four 8" saws, dado
at Keadden'a Corner. Mlddletown. RE • - nulisn
thiiiK. TV'H, nidioH, itc-urd itliiyeiit,
W. Bennett, Sheet cellent condition^. _RH_6-3»50.*
ork.
big profits. Show our, 19G5 tine of 'TEEN-AGE HOY WISHES Inwn
bicycle* ».*.».1-6 up. Part a, aervire. tnives, rip fence, etr. Also 4" belt mice with home.
wire-tups recovdem, wwinj; mt.uhii.Gs,
Vieinlty of Runnon. RU i-OSZa.
OP QUALITY all aluminum combinan tier, % h, p, motor; two circular Metal Works, 10 Oak pi., Fair Haven. 1948 DOUGK— $300. "45.000 original Ghristmai cardt. No inve-tm«nt *h_U
WEAR KNAPl- AeotreJ shoes for c o B '
lulileru, icgistets
ruifs,
fi-.nssfi.
.
tion wlndcwa by famous Stlverco. LowmileHge. Rndio. heater, deluxe model. 80-evfr. No charge for samples. Write HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR would like part typewriters,
nding heads; also drill pri-fis. bnll lienr- RE
fort, quality and Ions service, Made
jilanos.
pawn tickets, cnmerH.s, blnoculnrs,
it pricea for beat quality. Sold only by ngB. Va h. p., up to 15,000 RPM, with
whitewul! tires. Excellent condition, RE for interview. Sea Board Sales Co.. N. N,
time job or take care of child. Call proiectora,
with built-in arches and cushion inner
nir-crmditioneiH. Roberts, 417
.Tideriiim U S Liberty at.. Forda. N. 3.after
KObEDA CONSTRUCTION CO., I N C
ittl«
Silver
Lumber
at
Supply
company.
«-4n4»-W.*
iccessoiles
for
mortisinir,
routing,
dovf5
o'clock
or
nnytime
Saturday
or
soles. Priced from ID.95 and up. Call
Eleyen_th_^ve., Helmnr. Mutual I-M80.
ycamor* av«. Free «atimat*e Call «- aUlnur, shaplnir for rnoldlnfifl, etc. All
General contractlm. Bulldlnl, r.1949 CHRYSLER SE1MN—In excellent SHOE SALESMAN—Experi«nc«d. F u
Sunday, HE 6-3547-R.*
C. J . Clayton. IA) t-1160-M.
USEI>~20" nOY'S" BICYCLE—Rensonable.
27.
nnd Hurt time. Good salary. Apply
Achines on heavy timber ntnndardn.
condition. Only 32.000 mile.. Radio
modelina, Flnanclni arranged RB
"OVERUST" Industrial chromated antiMA l-l(.2:i-W.'
Fontcraft Shoes. 88 Broad at.. Bed Bank.
'hone
KE
fi-140a-W,
9
t
o
10
A.
M.,
or
nd
heater.
Price
S'.25.
Cali
Alfred
TOVES.
RANGES.
HEATERS—New
and
ruat pain*,. Stops rust. No surface
•-5557-M. P. O. Boa 141. Red Ban a.
WANTS TO BUY old-fashfter f> P. M. 32 Fisher pi.. Red nwnk.
used Repair atove, boiler range parti.
Wiina,_H_642jyL^
preparation necessary. Faints right ovar
INDUSTRIAL REAL ESTATE VF/rKKAN
ioned houpo shutters, wuahbowls. pitchPART TIME, FULL TIME—Men or
ove Store 1010 Sprlngwood ave. AsiCE CREAM TRUCK—1945 Chevrolet. In
rust. Now available in ont quart coners. brnsH bird CIKJCH. iitcturc frnmea,
CES3HOIIL
AND
SEPT1O
tans
conlranFREE
PARKING
to
our
trade
while
ury
Park._
good
running*
condition.
Reasonable.
tainer. Recommended for marina use.
women, I put you in your own
2,500 SQ. FT. COMMERCIAL building for washstand, mnrblo top tnbles. Anylhinjc
OKiuooH dun and cleaned Sep- CnIl_after_4 _P. M._ MIJi -_q 1 4_4-.l.•
Colors, black, grey, green, red, alum»OST AND RAIL FENCING—Indian and
shopping and browsinrr a t our tictor.
sale. Iilenl locution. For further in- old. Look in your i\ltit:s. KE 6-IilRfl-J
. business. No cost t o yon. Apply
tanks snd drain, Initalled: i!5 years 1UG4 98 OLDSMUHILE. Holidny, Lnw
nium and clear.
Free local delivery.
close woven cedar picket fences. Sold
formation, writ* "Commercial," Box 611, or write "Veternn," ltn.\ 271, Port Mon•hop. You mny imrk at Wall's CHIKO
experience
Howard Tllton 30 Cenler
in
person
Tuesday
2
P,
M,
Adler
Dwyer's Crown Service, highway 35,
nd erected. No charge for estimates,
mlltane. ItE 6-OIJ0I-W-2 after 6 P. M.»
Ked__B H n k,
mouth. *
Rumion
Phone
UU
l-0»7»
Station
opposite
our
ntore.
Very
MidrtMown. Ml 6*0645.
ted fence rails 50c, Fireplace wood.
Screen nnd Lumber Co., highway 25.
OFFICES FOR RENT— Ktlly Buil^tnfc,
flAttE OLD FLOORS look J k . new. Rent LEAVING FOR OVERSEAS—Must sell
arlcii T. Leonard. RK fi?-41«2-R.2..
convenient, Runciln, 25 K. Frotit t t .
Middletown. Five miles north of Rtd
157 BroHOj i t , , Red Bunk, or own
l'J&ft
Mercury
Monterey
hardtop.
out
high-speed
floor
sanilei
and
ed»er.
ARDEN
TOPSOIL.
fill
dirt.
Flowering
FOR THE BEST DEAL In atreet
broker.
Bank. MI 5.0791,
*
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
Low rates. Engler Lumber Co. Phone M-O-M fully eauipped. No reasonable
shrubs, evergreens, fruit trees, grapes,
oiler refused. Cnll RE (j-9516 after 5
aigna, contact Branch Supply Serhade trees, flowering cherries.
Ever .IARBLR-T.OP WASHSTAND CU, su KE 6-0005
P, M /
^ _ ^
bed JG. net four ' walnut Victorian
vice, Broadmeadow Farm, Rid Bank.
.looming, climbing roses, lance aelecction
HOW TO UOTlT YOURSELF." Plan. A
MODERN
STORE—15x40 feet. Water
SECRETARY-BOOKKEEPER
—
Female,
~RBA1, BUY—Cnrcfully driven late
BOATS
ybrid bunh roses. Sritu pupplei. V, ihalrs t-t>, hand-enrved Victorlnt. sofa,
mitt heut, BUiu-lted. Lit rue. dry storaite,
for houses, garages, furniture, reRumson real estate and insurance ofRB 6-2108.
Chevrolet Styleline deluxe Hedan,
n. Modern, Rose Nuriery, KE 6 •ack«r chnics, marble top tabtett, .house modeling, kilch-n cablnlts, boats. Our in 1950
ollur.
In.|ii*re at Serpicu's, 101 Monfice requires neat, polite and efficient
excellent
condition.
Thoroughly
reihulters $1 tu>, etc., reasonable, Antitjun on the apot advlaary lerrlce goes with
417-R.
Vr SUPPLIES — All your boatEnv moiith_at. __itKJLL0J!8fi'
worker. Some, legat experience helpful,
.
.
^RMlCA l O P SPECIALISTS _ Crown
(hop, n#ar fire hntme. Main nt.t Port our* 35 years of aervie*. G H Engler conditioncil, new battery. Runs perfect. but nut csncntlnl. Reply in ovn hand,
need* under uti* root, fciv«rything for KE\V SIHIE'WSUURV—Five-room Can*
Very clean Inside nnd out. 1955 insp
Kitchena will replace outworn linoleum
Monmouth, Open daily, Sundays. KE 6- l.iimli>r On KE «-000».
th« boatmmi
New J e n e y ' i lartfest m i givlnt?
atre.
qualification*
and
talary
ex.
REMEMBER
—
John
L.
HendrlckCod
htint,'.ilow,
Ono
yenr
old.
All
imljon_O.K.,
1550,
EA
3-0295-W.'
cotiiUers. Custom fitted. Call for free
3119"
LAWNS MOWED—Hedges trimmed, land 19J7 CHEVROLET cfub coupe. Radio i>ected. Write to "Secretary/* Box E i l , rin« supply house. Week-days 9 A. M. provements. $95 tt month. HIS fi-filjtlj-R.
aon'a Old Wngon Farm for the
estimates. Crown Kitchen.*, 116 West
to 6 p. m Sundays
9 - m. to 1 p. m. FAIR HAVEN — _i>dmiitfui enpe Cod
clearing. Laubmaister. BE 6 6120, or
1NGER
SEWING
MACHINE
floor
nnrl hrater. Good tires, »UU. Call AT RedBanl;
1
Front at.. Red Bank. RE ti-2r.fi.-,
best in applet, and reaches during
sample end ilemonittrator clearance RE 6.45S1-R.
HOUSEKEEPER—To d o general house* The Bontman . Shop, 2 4 Wharf ave. RE
1-IS33-M.*
home. Tlircfl bed room K. two bnlhs,
HOSPITAL BEDS— Wheel chair a,
Rent
tha harvest season. Route 36, Mid';fi78_O.
ale.
Portables, connotes and flenk PLASTiO ACCORDIAN typ« foldiiiR 1963 PACKARD CLIPPER four-door se
work
In
small
bungalow
and
cure
fnr
unfurnidhed. Lovely shndy tflvn. Near
or buy. Ntw or used. Call RE 6
models. Many one of a kind. Siutter
dletown,
door. 30 inrhen wide, white, beige,
geml-lnvalld. Pleasant location. Live in OUTBOARD HOTOtt REl'AlKS — Allriver, nhoiij-ii.tr center, tratiKjiortntinn,
dmi.
This
deluxe
scdiin
is
A
chnuf2614. Fren delivery. South .leriey SurAuthorix^d ^vii.rudo iialet. % $1^5 monthly. Lejiso rctiuircd, Wfile,
Sewlntf Center. 69 Broad st,, TtcH H»nk. gray, »l!1.50 C. H, Ender Lunibei Co. feur-driveii cm- nnd hits hud the best of or out. Call IMS 6*1741 between 8 and ma ken
gtcal Supply Co., 33 East Front St.. Red
Service
See the new Ht.1(> whinperinu "Fair Haven," Hnx a l l . Red Hunk.
KB 6-II00S,
enre. It IH equipped with rndio, heater ».:_3U_A •__$_!..
Bank.
PEPPER PLANTS — Cerlione'a Green WORTH LOOKING AT—Two-piece HOC
power aquaaonie Evinrud». The tiuat- H O R S E S T A H L E S — n box stalls. u\tui
tional couch with custom muds slip LANDSCAPE CONTRACTOR — Rototil- nnd Ulti'amntic drive, I t is light grey NURSES—For small nursinff home. Alao tnan'g Shon ^4 Wharf iivt.
k° U 8 e B - highway 35, Keyport.
ADlFOAM BY THE YABD—Beds, eotne,
UK »i-h7H0
llng, new lawns, top soil, blHck top with nil excellent til-CD. See it today.
kitchen worker. Experience preferred.
for men horses. With or without in
cuitora made foam rubber cuihtons for WE BUY ANYTHING and everything rovers, never sat on. Also living room driveways tree trimming' Hnd removal, MHUHCQ
Schwartz & SunR, We«t Front Must b« neat and clean. Apply AT 1*16' PLYCRAFT OUTBOARD HULLS— ncres nf fenced pasture. 15 miles from
like new. desk mid chair:
window seats, «tc, Foamart. rt. S5, and Kiv. the best prices. Call Swart* iccessorieii.
land
clearing,
curbs
and
fencen.
Free
New
FiberKlftscd
hul^
Tor
lens thnn Monmouth Pnrk. Alfio on way to IJelst., Red Bunk. Chrysler, Plymouth, In- 044.').
ioffea table, beautiful two-tier corner
FurnHura. Highway 3S. RE fi-321-i.
Eatontown.
kit price. Mahogany ueat» and decks Hwni'B nnd Camdcn irnrkH. Dawn O'Day
table, reasonable. Call after 4 P. M, RE e»timate». J. A. OilToid. RU 1-1118*
toi'tmtloiiHl, Direct fnctory denlery.
OFFICE SUPPLIES—Ribboni and carbon WE GIVE GOOD trade-ins on your old (j-69-.O.
1^18 delivered. See A! Bridge E»so Ser. Farm, Lncntod on Colt's Neck-Freehold
fAlNTING—Exterior and interior: paper 196S l-'ORI) CUSTOM four-door sedan,
GIRLS—Flat work 5roner, Experience
paper. Typewriters and adding mafurniture Aft we have an outlet for It.
vlcenter, Coopers bridiie and hiuhway rrl. Fit .S.1-!23_7.
hanging: expert workmanship Reasonl-'ordomntic, full equipped, radio nnd
preferred, but not necesssry. Ap.all Swans furniture, Highway 35. BE HPARTON CHROME dinette net, wall able
chines sold, rented and repaired. Ser
3&. Marine Machint Service.
KE 6-MIDDLETOWN— (Ncnr vlllnfre.) 20(1Deslatiriers and Schencek For heater, directional lighta. window wash*
cabinet, wool and fibre rug, grey, RE 6- (tee rates.
-3213
pico's 101 Monmouth St., next to Carl9474 OT RE 6-4058-R.
ply Donald1* Laundry* 44 Marion *t.»
estimates
call
UE
6-5I09-J
or
RE
ycar-old colnnial dwollin^ for family
cr,
A-l
condition.
Price
$1,150,
Can
he
•2431-W.*
ton theater. RE B-048R.
,01)—$0 per 100 aq. ft. Cut for you
Red Bank.
desiring privacy, Four bedrooms, two
seen nt Rose's Service Stutlnn, Shrews6-0392.
.
KNABE PIANO $650, Mutton piano $425
the farm. Delivery extra. Joseph T. ROYAL PORTABLE TYPEWRITER — G E N E K A X
SEA BRIGHT BOAT SHOP—Ntw
hiiths. three firo|)!nccs. Available on anbury
live.,
Red
Bank,
or
call
owner
at
CONTRACTING
—
Sand,
Franklin baby grand 1525, Hamlin Gulick. Holland rd., Middletown. MI
nual basis n t $150 'monthly. Also spaReconditioned.
Best offer,
RE 6
gravel, lop soil, fill dirt. Drivewayi, KE 6-194K.
boats from 8' in ami to 16' VIHSI
YOUNG GIRL—To work in luncheonette,
iplnet, like new, |3'2&; Anderson upright
-0992.
cious river front dwelling, nvnilable Aujr,
I
built and repaired, septic tanks built.
Full time. Day shift. Jim's Lunch,
mirror front, $126; Melody trend 64- PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS—AH makes. 1673-J.
clad runabouts, $84.bO to $318. Six
lat tit S'JSO monthly. Mlnugh Agency.
Holes dug for fuel oil tanks. Grading 1950 STATION WAGON—Original pow htfthwRy 55. Five Corners, Middletown.
nota $399. Upright pianos from $50 up
•ize>. All unbeatable values, Inter*
New and reconditioned. Also adding
AMERICANA—History
of
Bergen
dcr
blue
Pontiac.
Excellent
condition.
done.
Call
J.
Alvlno.
RE
6-2628
M.
.
Piano tuning and refiniahing. Paramount machines.
WOMAN—For day's homework, Phone
Guaranteed.
Easy budget
lux pninti, marine hardware j»nd
FIVE-nbOM MODERN ranch type uni E k v l c h VVHTCE YOU WAIT Rrduce Alt metal, radio nnd heater. Tontine _ _ R E J M H 9 « . '
county. Three vols, history of
Piano Co., 136 Broadway, Long Branch terms Serpico's 101 Monmouth et RE
furi.taheii .IUIIKHIOW.
Country Club
service charges b j bringing your ra- serviced. Will finance. Submit your of- WOMAN—t
LQ 8.2821.
Items. BrukeraKe on 'ined boati and
Monmouth county, 3 vola; «tory of
6-0485. Next to Carlton theater.
KstHWa, Niddlclown Township, RE ۥ
dio or television »et in for repairs. A. O. fer, Phono RE_6-u888.
motori. Open Sundays. 1132 Ocean
C"EMEKT CURBING — 4" x 10" x~6*, KENT A PIANO—Find out b«fnr« you
1V
d 3 Sarit For t « o cliildre
Middletown: Smith's hlslory of New
Itadlo i»iid Television Company, Armand i960 STATION WAGON—PontlncV OrigVa "nd 3 la years old. Sleep in. Own
Cement sidewalk, 3' x 3' x 4". Ce- buy If your child Is adaptable by rentinal
excellent
condition.
Only
S-95
ave. SE £-0261.
Jersey, and other Items of historUUNG A LO W—Th ree rooms aTid" lmth.
A CrupL. owner, 12S Shrawaburr av*. down, then $!IO.9'2 per month covers room Light housekeeping,
Start Im
ment flagging:, all aizea (colored)« Al
_ K a brand new spinet piano. A few
Completely furnished. Open 11 replace,
mediately. KB 6-9659.
RE 6.47«ig
,
ical interest n t the Old Mil! Hookreinforced. At a fraction of the cost o dollars K week, no extras, no cartages.
Phone RF. 6-5888.
electric vunite und rcfriKci-ator, Suitable
SAWS AND LAWNMOWERS. Hold, shar* everything.
regular laid curbing or sidewalk. MA Every dime you nay allowed if you pur- shop. Tin ton Falls. For further in0^
1953 PONTIAC
CHIEFTAIN deluxe. Two- EXPERIEffCIFfD BOOK KEEPER—P« rt or fiOAT MOORING—1342 Oceanflv«,.Sea
for two persons only. Available .July
full
time.
Pleasant
«urrounding*.
State
pened
and
repaired.
Fnctorj
met'ods.
Bright.
SEjiOJGB,
I -427 S.3.
tone.
Hydmmat.c.
Fonm
cushions,
chase. Limited offer at Tuitinu Piano
formation, call RB 8-4215,
Write, "BookAll work guuranteed. Wnlllne's Saw and radio and henter,
' RUNABOUT—Made by Olson 1051. 20. E V Morris. 492 River rd.. Fair
Whitewnlls, back-up experience and wages.
Co., 16 Monmouth St.. Red Bank. Home
•
104 h. p . Chrysler marina engine. Ma- Haven, HE «.2fi2fi.»
Mower Service, Campbell ava. Port Mon
lights, direction.-! signals, A-l condition. keeper." Box 511, Red Bank.
SCREEN HOUSES — All aluminum.
of Steinway. Chickerlng, Uohmer. Ever*
REL1BK NURSE—1'rom 3 t o U and 11hofcatty deck, seat covers. Excellent con- FIVE-ROOM HOUSE—Punch st.. Shrewsmouth.
KE
6*2083,
Low
mileage.
Original
owner.
Priced
«tt and WurlU-_ai
DELTA HOMECRAFT drill press, with
Full room aise.
Sea them at
to
7,
Apply
In
person,
9
A.
M.
to
4
dltion,
KB
6-QQ2C
or
RE
6-40Q7,
bury.
One-year
lease:
nccurlty.
Kdfnr
quick
siile,
RE
C-.'I~'J3-It.
motor and accessories. $60. Also G.E. PAINTER, DECORATOR and paperRECORD SALE* AT TUSf ING'S—All
Foamart, rt, 8F, Eatontown,
P. M only. Rivercres't Nuroinic Home,
SEA SKIFF Chrysler Royal, 142 h, p. wart. J . Macklln. 8_WhHB_*t.._Rcd_Bank,
hanger; Interior and axterior; 26 1847 MERCURY CLUB COU'rE—Radi
popular artists, all speeds, 35c ant wringer washing machine with lmmy and
Chapin ave., Red Bank. Oft Newman
Hich speed. In perfect condition, A NAVKSINK — Yenr'around occunancy.
lientcr. new tires. Good transportntioi
years' experience. Estimate, cheerfully
liner $115. Call ItE fi-4185-W.
54c,
New, umiBetl, many collector
Springy
rd.
Completely retlccornted.
Three-bedreal
wea bont. $1,975, Can he seen Ht
Louis Casaan, 448 Shrewsbury «165. Cnll RE 6-a«12.*
item-, booths for listening, Tusting's, BLUEBERRIES—You pick them. 20c jit given
GIRL-—For cash and carry department. Mihtn'a Bont Wnrku, Monmouth Bench. room home, Living room, dininif room,
SWIMMING POOLS—Family size.
1955 BLUE }'U1U> convertible
Sacrifice
1R Mnnmouth Bt.. Red Ban U.
Vacation with pay. Free hospltallza. >'or further information, cnll Chestnut kitchen, bath.
Htorane Bpace. fnyer,
Also three picnic tnblen, 6' IOIIK. ave.. Red Bank. Phone RE 6-0J46-J.
sule
{2,COO,
Cnll
evenings.
RE
6tlon, pnid holidays. Earnings starting sit 5:0856.,
Sea them at Foamart, rt. 8 5,
Lnrirn Krrnonnit pnrch. I?c-nt ^100 pc?
LENN MILLER—Record album vol. II, chroma teK». $5 a-ach, Hubbnrd, Middle- K i S BUILDERS—Custom built homes.
^
*.3f) per week, Aptiljr Star Cleiin«r» Ar
Your plans or ours. Complete altera* SJ«.^
Leuse, Ilcnnisi K. Hyrne, Real60 rare selections, most never released town rd., Lincroft,*
Eat on town.
AT $6,2H5—11*54 model. ._ month.
•'.u?.-! and repair work. Estimate* given. I-'ORD C.O.E—M' /lht. body, two-speed IwHundeierij Myrtlo^ ave.. Long Bran.ch. BARGAIN
tors. Kurnson. RU 1-1 ISO.*
before
Spec.nl price $12.50, regular
cruiser.
Built
in
Nnva
Scotiii.
130
h.
p.
renr.
Good
running
order.
S300.
One
Easy payment.
Financing arranged.
You cnn buy it for * I a week.
POSITION OPEN FOR" carpenter who TJordberg. Hydraulic controls, bunks, RACING SEASON RENTALS — Choice
^ B Y C R i F o r a n i l 2 . 9 B , itrol
Also shell hornet built. Phont KB <- fifth wheel 36", with skid plate (Frue*
Ifi Monmouth nt., R»>d Bank.
understands remodeHnu. can estimate complete jfnlley, outrigrirers,
Bar^nln,
summer rentals. Also furnished n,<urtBUSINESS NOTICES
lera from 98.95. Alto cribs from $19.50 Tnstl.iK>.
linuM $36 Phono_ RBfi-4124-M.*
I209-.I or KE 6.0915.J.
jobs, draw sketches, and is willing t o $6,285. A, S. Walker. Bridle. CA 3 -merits. Ella Wiltshiro Agency, Rentton.
AND~USED oil burners, blowers,
Save money *t tha Red Bank Carriag HEW
furnitceH. control* end registers, Shret BUILDING CONTRACTOR — New con* SEPTIC TANKS, eel-pool., laterals, dr? PLYMOUTH COUPE — Commuters car. work. None other need apply. For in' 0196.
SE 2-0004. Open 1 <l«.y».
Shop. 3 Eatt Front at.. Red Bank.'
InBjiected_reoentIy.jChenp. RE C.-34S9 formation, call HE 6-O3BO
wells; pumptng and hutldtng. Jacob
von, ulumlnum »nd ntninlesi steel. W.
AND ACCESSORIES — Ship-to- RANCH TVPK BUNllALmV—In Miildle- '
alterations, repairs, Her* Perl,
trading as "Atlantic Cesspool 195! i-'ORD DELUXE—Four-door sedan EXPERIENCED WINDOW CLEANER BOATS
Bennett, Sheet Metal Works.
RE 6 •tructlons,
sliora rndiotelephone. Snles, itmt«llnrt ElKenrauch. RE «*3203*J
town. Thicn bed rooms, living mom,
TEN SOLID MAPLE vanity six*
Service." Shrewsbury dr. P'tnuon RU
"Rfifi
Excellent condition. Equipped. One
with salesmanship ability. For private tion and service. Price* s t a r t a t $2"fi. «rno
kitclien, oil hcitt, full cellar: $1(1 ft
CESSPOOLS
and
septic
tanks
cleaned.
table*, suitable for any purpose,
owner. Must sell. Very rensonnble, 15 homes only. Must have icood references. Complete with crystals, antenna and in>cr month, Chiis, IT, Tindall Agency,
Low
rates.
Michael
L.
Mahoney.
RE
ATTENTION
HOUSEWIVES!
—
Make
Maplewood
nve..
olf
River
rd.,
Rumson.''
KUHdy_work_and
good
pay.
RE
6.QH6O.
NEW
GOODS
THIS
WEEK!—
Queen
99.60 each; maple dinette set $25,
Htallation, Four yearn serving this area. I_9_K_I'VIHIl_*l^PJinne UE.fi-ftQ.10.
R
SALESMAN—
With
executive
ability.
E
N
money at horns raising Chinchillas. l"950 FOUR-DOOR CHEVROLET^^SI^
Call George Gotfredaett, Evenings, HE 6- FOUR-ROOM
Anne coffee table, Hepplewhite
bedt, complete $12; walnut vanity
HOUSH nnd tix-room
IN RED BANK — Svan Craft Studlis. We have top quality registered breedtires nnd rims. Needs minor work
perience in canvas, nwninga and alum- 2983-R.
.
crystal cabinet, marble top table,
picture framinaTi oli paintings, etch* ers. Will advise and assist starting your Pr!ce_$350. KE_7;2003.
f 12.B0, small office desk $29.50,
inum products. Good opportunity for BICHARDSO_^TcnuiSER. 30', Completeings
and
engraving,
rs&tored:
full-stz*
FfV^-R~6^H^OTfAiGE~^r"UnCvirntshe(..
dresser,
wash
stand,
washing
ma*
business
Mrs. Walter-.. KE 6-0723.
china, closet $7-50, S-niece breakfast
right man. For appointment, call RE
ly equipped. 140 li, it. Gray. Sleeps
Cramtlcis manttl mirrors, window val- fLASTERING—Brick laying. All types JEEP STATION WAGON—Good ton- 6-O3fiO.
279 Liberty st.. Lon'if Branch. LO 6'
chines, Duncan Fhyfe dinette set,
nook » t $12, e t c , etc, Ruscile,
six; 150-pound ice refrigeration, CO-2 1iIf>. Hent $()0 n. month.
dltion. t200. RU 1-14.13.
ances, lawn signs, framed mirrors. 17
nf mason work. Specializing In patioi
fire extinguishInK system, nhip's clock, BUNGALOW—Five-room, unfurnlihi»d or
9x12 rugs, maple beds, complete;
1951
PLYMOUTH
—
Four-door
sedan.
Ran Kronl st Phone RF »-»99".
I t E, Front at.
RB B-3CB9-J.
YOUNG LADY—To work two days
barometer, compass. Richardson Cruiser.
Private owner. Low mileage. Completecoftee- and end tables, roll-top child's
furnished,
All Improvements, YenrTOP SOIL, MANURE — Large lends. TUTOR—Wei recommended. Will take
492 River rd., Fair Haven, or lib one RE 'round
ly equipped. Covers, heater, radio. Taken
a week in cash and carry office.
Still delivered* at winter rates. Con*
VmncnloW. Ht !,-in33.M.
desk, round mahoEnny table, etc.,
RAINBOW FOR TV. RADIO and appll
children from first tu ninth grades. care nf like a baby, Sensibly priced.
6-2526.*
Apply
Donald'*
Laundry,
44
Marion
arl
Smith
Nursery.
EA
3-1420
Please
HOUSE,—Seven
rooms nnd sunporch. two
snea repairs.
Rainbow for liberal
BU 1-1433.
etc. Ruseils, 25 E, Front st.
Cull RE 6-0828.
LIGHTNING STAINLESS uteel rigging.
call evening,.
hnths, Sitimted on n fitrm lane, U trade-in allowance on old TV'H. Have
st,, Red Bank.
TUTORING — Vocabulary. Words are 1955 MERCURY MONTCLAIR — New
two suits of mils, gond condition.
an extra key mnde, Suva sharpened.
ilo
from
nearest
neighbors. Rent 9100
ilUL,L>LHJ/,ciK SErlvVOE, excHvatin: land
your
tools
of
thought.
You
can't
even
1,500 miles. Red and white. Call
Kendy for w&ter. Pries $400, including pcr_ month __M_[ 5-01
FURNACE—With radiators. In
Film service. Rainbow, (Opposite Acme),
(i 1
clearing, driveway* built and repaired,
at all without them. Call between anytime Friday. HE 6-4818-R.
WOMAN—to look after two ichool-nRe trailer. Call RU 1-1009.
perfect condition.
Can be seen a t 111! dirt, sand gravel, top xoll und jln- think
Broad at. Sunday until 12:30.
THREE ANI> KOUR-ROOM apartment.
6
and
7
P.
M.
for
details.
RE
'
children
during
business
hours
and
do
1949
PLYMOUTH,
convertible.
Excellent
Rue's Studio, 35 Silverton ave., Little dtrs. Tresa and atumps removed. Grad- 4539-R or RE e-3_5jO7j_
Near
hu«
line,
nchool,
shopping cenTWO BEAUTIFUL
LARGE
brown Silver.
mom*
light
housswotlc
in
exchang*
for
REMEMBER THE HURRICANES?—
condition, Muet ael! nt once. Reasoninn and seeding ol !»•«». Lu 6-|-:no
ter. Owner on premises Saturday and
figures, Limose, Roaenthal and EngAND HEDGES cared for, also ahle offer accented. KE 6-2081-M.
use of large one-room furnished apartHave you boat liability coverage?
;ASH REGISTER $4&, television. 17" KIRST SECOND and third mortgages LAWNS
Sunday only, l-'irat, house on Tindnll
lish china. Cut, pressed, and cotorei
grounds.
Own
equipment.
Rates
reasment
with
kitchenette
and
private
bath.
CROSLEY
STATION
WAGON
—
Good
, Io0; run, 8x10. wool, perfect, $25
rd.. pRBt nchon..._MiiU.icti.wn.*
glass. Glass lamp ahade*, antique ches
placed and purchased.
Re-finance onable. RE 6.3659-J or AT 1-0749-W.
Substantial premium savins over lost
utilities supplied. Suitable for one o
condition, 1949 cast block motor, good All
o( drawers, drop-leaf tablet, to(»i an< Singer portable tewing machine $35, your properly and get needed each, plus JAMES H. DEAN, JR.—Landscape conONE SIDE DOUDLG HOUSE—Six attractwo people.
Call EA 3-05E4-J afte
year In top com pun lee,
Outboard
chairs, a t reduced prices. Come in am vacuum Jo, floor lamp $4, new Toast- reduced monthly payment,. If you own tractor. Top soil, lawns, gravel, blue ruhber.__Call JIE 6-4050-J.' . .
tively furnished rooms and garage,
R P. M. or Saturday and Sunday
covtrag*
|
S
to
$10
yearly.
Cnll
liny
master
$10,
table
radio-record
player
%'ZTu
1948 CHEVROLET convertible. FiiTTy
browse, Stansberry't, Middletown Fiv
..nv type of property and desire mortvlntt room, dining room and modern
cocktail i«l $8, portable radio. 1955. with gage assistance of any kind, call us for Ktontt driveways built. Gardens plowed. . eaulpped.
Excellent condition. 151 01Ri7"6R WOMAN—For nensral hous«Van Horn Agency, Fair Haven. UE
Corners, rt. 35.
\
kitchen downstairs. Three bedroom* and
83 Lewis st.^Eatontqwn. EA 3*0524.
cleanlnff, t w o morninca a wctk. i n
batteries,
$16:
portable
typewriter,
Royal,
Rumson
rd..
Little
Silver.
RE
6-44711.
immediate
and
confidential
aerfice.
hath
upstairs. TV. Very desirable. Fine
TUN1TY SHOP ANTIQUES —
1-4100.*
$45. (CoM, $89.) Mutiml 1-1480
•
_ Jerome J. Kuril. 1060 Broad St., New-CARPENTER AND BUILDER—Electrical DRIVE A CLEAN CAR—Rapid wash Bumson. BU 1-188».
residential location in Red Dank. On but
Early pine drop leaf table, nice turne
work, mason work, paintlm? and paper*
Auto Laundry, 10 Leonard St., offCOOK-HOUSEWORKER — Twn adulta
line. N o pr>ts. Will ntso consider two
legs, all original, and others. Severa LARGE BARBECUE— \ - o i i « Hollywooi ard. N J (St'ltc 203). Open dally 9 ham-ing.
By th« day. You aave, Prompt Rridge ave. Open Monday, Wednesday.
Sleep In or own transportation. CA SHIP-TO-SHORE .RADIO sales and ser- couple-*. RE 6-5 1 A
Monday and
bed. complete; maple aecretary an< to 5. MArket 4-2998.
pine chests; also small SO" walnut cheat,
service, AT_l;05_8IMI,
vice, Alt makes and models available. UNFURNISHED. MOTIERN four-room
tvenlngs until 8 P. M.
Thursday and Friday, 2 t o 8. Saturday g-04«l.
Large colored print, Niagara Falls, chair, unpsinted gateleg table and'tWL Wednesday
>aday evi
A CLEAN CAB—Rapid wash 8 A. M. t o 6 P. M. Sunday 8 t o 12. R E S P O N S I B I J E WOMAN—To car* for Complete service and installation. Two
dated 1852. Beautiful gold leaf frames, chairs 6x9 brown rug, two large rug
hiinsnlow,
Near bua Una and Red
ROTOTILLING—
Lawns, gardena and DRIVE
TILLING
]
AuLo Laundry, 10 Leonard St., off
on* baby and housa. Two working li-j*nse<i service men always on hand. Bank shopping district, Yci\r nrouni. renpair ot clear KIM* Bohemian wine de- l d , six lady'a cotton dres&es,fciielC /2 small plots Garden S3 and up. Land$1 each. Girl's drosses, sice 1 t o 6.
adulta.
Slcap In. Six daya a w«eV. Marina Ma chin* Service. RE 6-9474 or tal. Vacant July 1. Cnll nfter 6 F . AI.
canters, three ringnecks, vintage pattern
scaping, top aoil. nil dirt ard manure. Bridge ave. Open Monday. Wednesday.
See
CUisMed
Display
RE
6-4058-.R.
Many
other
articles
too
numerous
to
Phon.
durlns
day.
EA
3-1O00,
axt.
B19S1
Thursday
and
Friday,
2
to
8.
Saturday
Boaton rocker, pair of cold leaf ovn
RE B.435S.'
No job too small. KE 6-0963.
Ev«nln»s. BU 1-1480. Mrs. Siteira.
t
8 A, M. to 6 P. M. Sunday 8 to 12.
SEAMAN CLINKER BUILT cedar skiff. ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS ~ OR Sceiile
frames, walnut two-drawer Clark ONI mention. All article! in good condition
thread box, mahogany and walnut sec and reasonable. Dean, 396 Redmond *veM
16' and 33 h, p. Evlnrude, at Pauel's
GARDENER—Who can . _ . . Rote
14-HOUR SERVICE as >•• repair ot
Drive, ncnr Cnbin-In-The-Sky. New
retatry desks, pairs of chairs, fine chinn Oakhur.it. KE 1-1770.
and waad o n * or two d a y s . « week. Bost Basin, near Rumion brldn*. Reai- hnme. Onmplctoly furnished.
JAving
HELP WANTED
radio, and alsctrlcal appliances.
Ironstone
china.
bric-a-brac. col- MINOX CAMERA and light meter. LIki
onable offer accepted, AT 1-0328-W.
Call RE (.4420 attar S P . M.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
room with Cnatro convertible, dinlnit
ored, cut and pressed Klais, Dolls, toys
W» calltarand d,Ui,r. Harold's
16'
ENGLISH
BUILT
Lapitraka
iloop
n»w, $100. MO 1-MRS.
.
room, kitchen, two bedrooms, bnth. Sleep
BEAUTICIANS—Apply to Mr. Joseph or a«—aaa__________.rs_s__s__s»__sa»
primitives. We buy and sell. The Motwith
suit
of
i
i
l
l
i
,
plus
spinnaker,
boat
Radio and Elietrla Shop, I I W,,t INCOME PROPERTY—For s a l , or store
Available immediately t o Sept, Ifi,
Anthony-Kntherina'a Beauty Salon, 46
thews, 115 Broadway, Keyport, KE
for rent. Route 35, '/& mil* from Red Monmouth St., Red Bank. RE t-8475.
REAL ESTATE WANTED cover t o protect varnished interior. Also five.
BEACH MATS—Stop a t A. Sear's
$650, P . A. Gchlhaus, Jr.. rt. 3fi, LeonFront i t , R d Bank. Pkone BE 4U4fi
roller reef boat, ready to s o . Wooded S£lo._JAT__M148g_nr AT 1-0007 evenings.
Rank. Store with beautiful four winCountry Store, 112 Fair Haven rd.,
1744.
dows
and
apartments,
All
details
by
this
iprlnr.
Can
be
aeen
at
Irwin's
TAKE ADVANTAGE of terrific savin*.
FURNISHED COTT AGE—Three roomH.
ATTENTION BOMB OWNERS _ Hat*
CANVASSERS—(Female.) Ts work
Fair Haven t o get straw mata.
phone. RE li-9627-W,
in Singer tewing machine July floor
Cozy nnd clean: $8(1, includes electric
you thought et M.llni year hom»J Bo>t Works. Red Bank.*
VACUUM claansra repaired, any make.
under supervision a , part of a 1'hara « n n t j man» oaopla in thla
About 3'xG', $1.25 or $1.7S, bound
ILLNESS
•ample and demonstrator clearance Bale.
nnrt water. Adults preferred.
EA 3 BAR AND GRILL—Well established buaAllan
Elsctrlo
Shop.
I
I
W'blt.
at.
Red
DUE
TO
ILLNESS
+~
Muit
sacrifice
Portables, consoles and desk model •.
i
d
d
Croup. Three to four hours afteriMtlon who DMd and u afford t s buy
in black, Perfect for picnic or sun
07^,W.__^
inens,
near
Red
Bank,
For
further
InBank
25'xlO' raised deck cruiser with full
Many one of a kind. Singer Sewing Cena hom*. l o t u Mil row hem* or
noons.
Unusual
opportunity
for
formation,
write
"Established
Business/
NICELY
FURNISHED
.—
Seven-room
tan.
RolU
up
amalter
than
a
winGUARANTEED TELEVISION servicing Box fill. Red Bank.
ter. 69 Broad st.. Red Bank.
tislnass proparty. Chain n Aflncy Hlfh> equipment, including rowboat and motor.
house for two or three nrmy couplei.
Urge commission. Write, "CanvasReady t o launch, $800, Captain Russell.
within twu houra from .v>ur call. A. C
way »t. Call EA 1-I1II.
PHOENIX SODA FOUNTAIN — 6%' dow shade.
Electric wnshcr; $15 per week, yearly.
Bont Yard. First st.,deck.
Rumson.
Itadlo and TaUvialon Co' ^ansr. Armand ACTIVE GROCERY STORE for rent. Loi
a'sfi," Box Bll f Red Bank, or eall ADAMS AGENCT — l i o n cllsnti than Fulfcn'i
Bobtat), all stalnle&B tteel, never used.
16' RUNABOUT—Mahoffany
Two- Next t o Fort Monmouth date. Cnll EA
rental.
Doing
a
good
business.
For
On original skid. Can be seen at 55 Me BARGAINS!—Large kitchen Aid mixer. A. Grupi, owntr. 121 ahrawiburr av«. further Information write "A. G, S.,r RE 4-0423.
ply Fiberfflaa leak-proof bottom. Uses 3_-0472-W or EA 3-Ofifil).
llstincsl
Hava
Inmadlats
buyars
(or
Cormick pi., Middletown. Call MI " Four-wheel trailer with pneumatic tires RE «.47«l.
Red Bunk thru Bumsun - a m i 11,000 t o Ifi h. p. or tnor« outboard, Also aiurdy SUMMER RENTAL — Modern cottaire'.
Box fill. Red Hank.
0410 for appointment,
for boat or garden. Maytag washing FLOOR W&XING. Call HE 4-J47S. Su- RED BANK TAXI BUSINESS—Station 10 BARBERS 10—White or colored 135,000 rani*. For quick ruulti, afflclsnt trailer, Terrific buy at 11.75 for both.
Bench ] /i-ltlock. By week or season,
parlor IMoor Waaint Co. Private
SE 2-0174-J.
FJUGIDAIRE REFRIGERATOR — Large, machine, HO. Phone EA 3-0462.
sirvlc*.
fr«. prlca aatlmatas, RE «-B0»l. Prlvat* owner
MO 1-6458, ,
stand. 1948 seven-paaaenger Chrysler
Apply, ready to work Building No. 16 Bait B y l « n rl., "24 hour aai»lea".
NEPTUNE OUTBOARD MOTOR—Three
Good running condition. Cull Ml 6- PAIR OF ROCK MAPLE twin beds. Homes-our specialty
cab.
For
further
information,
call
MI
703,
Fort
Monmouth,
M,
Calroli.
EA
h. p. Completely rebuilt June 1955,
«!«!.
Pineapple
design.
Complete
with PAINTING AND DECORATING—Inter- 5-1082.'
WE HAV3 SKR1&U8 protpMts.far all
3-1000. ext. 21508.
ior and exterior: also paperhanging.
35,_Call RU l 1 5 9 3 r
MAHOGANY DESK — Genuine leathei springs and mattresses. Excellent contypes of listings. Prompt and •ffleltnt
_ r , ^ ' _ _ • L - r'w—^— __- _."-'.
ROOMS
ORGANIZATION
intraduclnL •sr»Ic». Allilrs * Seal A««ney. Int. RB 4' CRUISER—Twin screw, two 4-ryIinTwenty ye».i--t experience. Frer estimates PACKAGE LIQUOR STORE—Wonderful NATIONAL
top.
Almost new, Cnn he peen ai dltlon. 1125, AT 1-032B-R.
opportunity
for
partners
or
,
to
.
"be
financinl
plan
to
business
and
profesH-3788-J.
Bowsera Garage, Sea Bright,
SE 2 USED SEWING MACHINES—July clear
der.
60 h, p. Chris draft engines,
your own bo-si" Ideal location In Mon- sional men has opening1 this area for ex.
B703.
n«w, sleeps a)x, complete with all acces- ONE BLOCK OFF Broad it. Single
ance sale. Treadles from 112.50: port'r GARDENS PLOWED with rotarr Plow. moutli county, ' Long term lensa at aspecialty
O1NSTANCE
SHIT1I
AGENOx
__
magazine or coffee mdeBman.
rooms. Clcun nnd comfortable KeasonCall Laubmelster. RB 6.4581-R or RE sensible, low rent. Does over $5 0,000
AIR CONDITIONIR— ^ - t o n , new. $100 ahles from 149.50; console* frnrn 179.6
Mapla a n , . Fair H a m . BE « - l l « l . lorlea. Can be Been at any time. Make
1
A (fa no handicap; f 100 weekly draw,
able i-Hte. (Sentienttin preferred Garage
tape recorder, two-speed, new, $90 Limited supply. Many one nf a kini
6 5120.
yearly, can do hetter. Dollar for dollar plus liberal bonus arrnnnement for qual- For quick aotion, llet your property offer. RB fi-0322. ft A. M. to 6 I . M. ayuilHtile.
RK B-liaua. H8 WallHce st.
Beselt Lot. 4H, Circle Trailer ct., rt. .15 Singer Sewing Center, 69 Broad st
for well-balnnced stock at time'of pur- ified mtn. Write, "Salesman," Box 611 with us. Buyer* walttni to purehau After fi F. M., RB 6-t4?6-M.
Eatontown. EA 8-9701 after & P . M Red Bank.
^ ^
EXPERT
DRIVING
Instructions.
homss, lota or aerease, Indl'ldnal tour
chase. Llcenne, modern fixtures. Priced Red Bank.
18' SKIFF—With spray shield. 62 h. p.THE MARYLAND — Nicely furnished
room. Next to bath. Plenty of hot
week-days, all day •>ti:rdny, Siindn
teoue aervlce. Phona or write.
to sell nt only 122,500. For appointmotor. Best offer over $950.
Also
L,a.-n In aafaty, to drive safely.
ment, call Paul Zar, Suburban Salet MAN—Consumers In lied Bank are in MORE CLIENTS than ltittn»s. We hn, 16' outboard skiff with well, 14 h. p.water. Located Cour doom from Broad
SUMMER FURNISHING SALE1 —
ywo^iS
Look tor th« ear with two etsering
need o! Rawieigh household producti.
Corp., IMIT, Main st., Asbury Park, Frog*
many buytra In llt.OOO-111,001) rangt Evlnrude motor. Fast and reliable. SE •t. 31 W »11 liec_Ht. 'mil UE fi-.»218,
Many fine values in quality. New,
pUttj with headboard and metal fram
You can supply them and earn above List
wheela. Plonecra In auto driving
A NICE GUEST HOUSK for nice guests.
hone with as (or action. Rui 2-0127-R. 4 Via Rlpa. Sea Bright.
pect 6*7262 or Prospect 6*7263.
$139 value, $89. Twin site only. Swart
average pay. Be your own bosa. Credit sell your
used home and office furniture. Our
420 Oce^n ave., Sen Hrl«h<. Situated
M Boraj Anney. 100 Rlrar rd, 16' INBOARD SKIFF, 25 h, p. Universal
Instructions
sinea
103S,
Easy
Method
INVESTOR PARTNER—Will Invest »10.- can be arranged. For information, write
Furniture, highway 35, Middletown. Ope;
constant purchases compel ui to sell
motor. In excellent condition. Wonder- between ocenn und river Spncioub, com000 plus as working partner or firm Rnwleigh's, Pent, NJF-13c-216, Chester, Pair Ha»en. Re I-4BI>.
evening! until 8,
Auto Driver Training School, SI
9X12 ALL WOOL RUGS—$79 value to
ful river o r bay boat, | 2 9 6 . RK *i-fortnble rooms, some with dinette and
goods -practically at coit. For a
member
in
established
business
in
or
near
WE
HAVE~C£l£NTS
«
i
t
l
n
»
to
pur*
Pa,
East Front st. RE S-434J or LO Red Bank, Extensive aales and merbath
Lltfht cooklns facititles.
$59; studio divans $39; 0x12 Congol
chase all type* u( real aitate In the 8*76 beforo 6 F. M, After, call RB 6 prlvnto
good atiorlment, visit our showPrivate ocenn nnd river benches
Bo»tm m rug £6.£5. Swartz Furniture, high
4-23SS.
chandising
background.
(Christian.)
Red Bank area. Phone, rlslt or/ writs. 1064.
OPPORTUNITY UNLIMITED—Men,
lishinK. buthinti.
Convenient to
rooms. No obligation. Kusclii, 25
war 35, Middletown,
Open evening!
Write full details to "Investor," Box
John I.. Mlnwh. Realtors Rumion rd IV OUTBOARD RUNABOUT—Mahos \t\g,
ahoppjntf,
thurchea
und rehluuranta; 50
until 8.
any as*. No experience nee e n try.
E. Front »t.
f.
11,
Red
Bank,
RU
1-0718.
any
deck
wit
I)
wheel
and
windshield,
CARPENTER—HARRY J. CARTER. Ra*
miles from N. V. C. Hourly buses
IN OUR USED basement depnrtmen
Full or part time, We train you in
.
BOYNTON * BOYNTON will lire you t n i i . EA a-0360-W.
from N, Y. bus tcrmlnnl rl^lit <.u door
pairs additlona. dormers, attics and PRIME MEAT MARKET—Located Fair
Parlor aeta $29, kitchen acts $1
«(Te<-t_va ser-rlce, List your property GOOD I a* OUTBOARD nrwboat, 950, or Pennsytvnnin rnilrond, Jersey Cen• Haven shopping center. Owner forced
SEWING MACHINE, electric fan. wait
a field that often highest pay per
eellars finiahed. New roofs and reSlightly used washing machine. S~arl
(or
sale
or
rent
today.
Phont
RE
6Phong
RB
fi-HP5.
In
Hell
became
of
illn-s-.
Will
mortinn
machine
$12,
bug-proof
hammnc
roofing. By day or contract. Estimates
trnJ_riiilro»^L_ Plinim jjj3_2._q21M)-M
hour
you
ever
dreamed
of,
RE
61
Furniture, highway 35, Middletown, Opei mahogany secretary, sofa, chair, foil and
0952. a Drummond pi. Rtd Bank Op* IDEAL BAY OR o(T- hor« nutbonrd liont, fi8 MAPLE AVE.— FurnUheu ronmi. One
gage. Interested party. Call RE 6-2140
financing RE 6-R990.
B
gvenlnga to 8,
0423 for appointment.
ll Borough Hall.
new pairs shoes, size 6 ; rues, dishes LI-iUTrllU MO'IUK rebuilding Is^oul for appointment.
Ifi' clinker-huilt,
Onk nnd ccilnr
nf Red Untili's most conveniont locaG.B. FAN—16" diameter, $2&, Emei
Very reasonable. RE fi-4S64«R.*
FIVE OR SIX ACRES with or without const rue tlon.
business. Call us for quick s t r r k , . MODERN SERVICE STATION for lease
Never In wnlcr.
Must t l n n R . R K fi-1084. Mra. Dowatrn.
aon window fan $6, Proctor electrl
Major brand Kn'oline, Minimum cap* MARRIED FARMER — Thoroughly exhouse. In MoriianvMIe, preferably on ie(l, 9175. Can be seen a t 41 Cl.Uv.ooil FURNISHED ROOM — 82 SlirmviKury
BREAKFAST
NOOK—With
table,
alts
»
Dougla,
Elsctric
Co.,
85
East
Front
St..
Iron $6, Westlnghouse electric Iron $
Tennent
rd.
Must
ba
dry
ground.
Write.
Hal
rGlllllreil.
Wrlle.
"Service
Station,"
people. In good condition, Alao con
perienced
with
chickens
nnd
general
uve,,
Eatontown.
R
d
Rmik
Phone
RE
<-01'2B.
"• o *_->-->. rnnn* n s *-t)l£B.
Hve.. Red Bunk. Cnll RE fi-lHQ-M.
AU perfect condiilon, RE 6-0S2B.
be used in recreation room. ReaBonabl
farming, Gond wnges. Nearly new cot- V. F., May, 21, Syomore ave.. East
WE LOAN
LOAN l?O[Fti7e;r~ci»~c6«rge
VCJU ti
h
Wti
whlla Ho.\- fill. Red Bank.
ALL STYLE. KITCHEN—Chrome i f
BARNEGAT GARVEV 12'. Kemovablc LA IUJE ROOM"—-For couple oi^ couple
price. AT 1-1696-R.
with all appliances. Produce o ' Keansburir.*
•our- «rs being recapped. Mount Tlrs FOR SALE—Cocktail lounge. 115,000, tnge
with child
Complete huuaekteplntf.
wrought Iron. Dinette*, compute
shelter cabin, 5.4 h. p. Evlnrude mofarm.
Ciedmnr
Fnrms,
Scobeyvllle.
E.
FURNITURE—
LUi*
new.
Al»o
fautchi:
farm.
Cie
Take advantage of summer season
Service, It Whit* it.. Red Bank. Phont
Also single slccplnK room. Also tnrtre
mad* to order. Your tihole* of hundred!
tor. $150 complete. • RU 1-05B7.
scale'and cash reffister. All In KOCK RR ft-fUM
Lease cnn he arranged fnr convenience :t-14fi7-M-l
room
with
privntu
entrnnco, and house*
of material!, numerous amount of atylei condition.
WANTED TO RENT
Leaving utatf. Call RE fi TRASH REMOVAL SERVICE—Anvthlnit, of buyer. Write to Box 86, Sea Bright GARDENER—Experienced.
1«' OPEN INBOARD with 4 h. P. Wia koeiiinK. Nenr Molly
With x««Pitcher hotel 63
Any ahape, any aise, with eenulae Form
1970-W or call a t 1 Hayes pi., Fa:
con sin and clutch, 10 Lakeside are* Morford nl, RB C-9180.
rererenccs. Must know power
mowers
everything removed frum yards, eel* pout office.
lea.
Will match nnr ten Already U Haven.*
1
RUMSON
COUPLE
with
two
well
be
Rumsfin.
Call
RU
1-0378.
nnd
trar.lnr.
Private
home,
Ifi.
.
weekly
lain, attics, etc. Also small buildings VEGETABLE CONCESSION to lens,
your home. 50$ Brpaj
jt.,
5hv«wsbury.*
FURNlSUiSD
ROOMS
with
conveniences,
pj
,
haved children, need house or apart'Onrilene
REFRIGERATOR—Gait, *30. Perfect run lorn down and removed. Free estimates.
full particulars 1
For further InforS FANS—From
F N S F
Ch In
I
FANS
rc-onnble, in IniKa road stand. Ex- Write
ment by Auv. I. Preferably In Rum-16' 6" SEA SKIFF. r>' benm. 60 h, p. in colored family
ANS. FANS.
China.
ning condition.
Twn n«w kitrhei KB fi-011 0. A«k for Eil.
Boxfi11. Reel Un n_k.
_ . _
Ford engine,
Good condition, ?11G. nuitlon. call LO (.--lOir,
di and Japan. Drum iar.c, pleate
dia
or dimUa rhaim, white maple, washabl T. A. B. PAVING CO.—Asphalt ami con- cellent location. Bcmls Drive-In, 34 high- SALESMEN — Returnlnir veterans w»t son, would consider Fair Haven or Little
way, Colt'a Neck, opposite burned
R B fi-'ja-i-j.
FURNISHED REDllOOM"— With kitchen
Year around or temporary baali
fans and beautiful Kandalwooa" I'ans. Al< seats. Phone KK 6.'J2H3-M."
wiint to Rfit into KHICB work. Married Silver,
Crete driveway*, curbs nnd sidewalks, diner. No phone call-.*
prlvlleKes. Innulro 27fl Mochnnlc st.,
Host reference*. RU 1-0B40-R.*
ao genuine cooH- h«\U, Wonderful for
RUMSON BOAT A SPORT SHOP—9,1
preferreil. Car csBcntinl. Wo trnlti yo
stone, (ill dirt, lop soil. All
nod RRtik. RE B-J271.
beach or tveryday wear at The Gift COLDSPOT REFRIGERATOR—7.7 cu. ft rnnhecl
K.
River
rd.
RU
1-1463.
Outboard*
SMALL
APARTMENT--Unfurn.ahed7Fo
Mrnwinir
ncrount
vn.
cfimmlnsion.
Phoi
J.Ike new. One y*ir old, 160, RE 6light contracting for home am) commerBox. 7 Wharf ave., Red Bank. (Near
ltNlKHEU
ftT^
and
rei-aim,
Fiborglnft
kitfl,
lionts
nnd
huslnesi woman, Modern convenlenc«i<
M r._^r«yjnr fnr_.1ntervli!W. TR r.-070fi.
rlnl needa, 9X Kant Roosevelt Circle,
2 1 9 1 . , 'J57 Thin: >l.. Fair Haven.*
jo Marine. P_Mk,y
Red Hnnk.•
rent,
Permanent.
Write, bont supplies, water sports equipment.
AUTOMOBILES
NOT1CF. TO JOB APPElCANTS „ Ti Moderate
KE 6-3116-11, Thomas and
CHILD'S SADDLE—Brand new, R E T - 03-P1ECS IMcrilakc) rhiim «el ; 9 * 1 : Mlddlelown.
Oflinlnl
A.
G.
Spfluldlntf
denier.
"BiminffSB
Woman."
Box
fill.
Hed
Bank.*
Arthur
BHron.
FURNISHED
—
Otic double bc.lvnom.
Red tfnnk RcuitiLer tines not knowlni
3C$flM
Oriental hundhaakeil ruz. Hoth new
DDKS YOUR CAR eteer hard? Do y
LiKht nml nlry.
With or without
ly nccci't help wanted nH.vertiaem«ni» YOUNG RED BANK teacher and wlfi 8' PRAM—One year old. Perfect conGENERAL CONTRACTOR and cesspools
C»il BB ».ltSt»-J after 5 P. M.*
wheels shimmy? Let us correct th
desire three-room, unfurnished apart*
kitchen
privllcKes.
Quiet nclnhborhoud,
from
fivmn
rovcri-d
.»y
the
Federal
Wnue
dition,
marl
no
plywood
bottnm,
certnr
Hill&PIECB 0VJNG ROOM" SUITE
cleaned; carting anil grading, top
Kavs your tires. Latest Bear and lluur Lew It they otter less than ment, Location Important. Ueilre to Rides, nowly pniuted, $80, 45 Tabor at,, Pat-ktnK In rear, Nuiu- BhopplnK ct-nler,
with allpatfvtra, 17-5; sm»il ivfrigeritor BEAUTIFUL HAMILTON deluso Et
aoll. manure, fill dirt, elndsrit gravel and trouble.
Jlulf
block
from
Urnnch
nvc, 48 Mouth
movo
In
durlnjj
Auttmt.
Please
write.
axle
and
frame
straightening
equipment.
the icKnl minimum wa^e, Firms engaged
Little Silver. RB 6-2515-M.
ciothfs dryer. Cost IS50. sell fur $12 •and. Estimates given. Phons RE • •
$80. 6-pl«e« breskfaa*. act. 815, trrU
st., Red Bunk.
Frank Van Syckle. U S We»» Front St., In interistnte cummorce or In the pro* I*. O. Box I K 3 , New Brunawlek.
maple bedroom auUo $l/iO. 8-Pltco muu!e Jr. tnHhoj-n-iy Duncnti Piiyfo dining roo
1414, Oscar Bsckir. 47 Second at.. Fair Red
24 Mi' BOAT HULL (or sale. Reasonable, i'URNfSHEI) ROOM—BiiBlnoBs coupiTor
Bank,
west
of
Mauls
uve.
Our
own
ductton
of
Hoods
{or
commerce
must
now
COUPLE
DESIRE
unfurnished,
5-8-room
net,
table.
-lx
chairs
and
hulTet.
»
G
<
bedrovn suit* with bookcase liead.ioard
H
Inquire at bmura.ow, rt. 36 at Ave C,
Ask for Jack Harder. Pho
pay at least 75 ccr'a an hour and Unit
house. Rumson or vicinity.
Yearly
huslncfls wtimnn. RS n-1045.
$12fi, g«« atove $41, 1-pUce Hring rootn Proc'.or oleclrlc iron 14. Call EA 3 CAnoTENUTO UROS., builders. All typ, building.
RB 6-1^96.
and one-nnlf for overtime, under tha basis, Write, "M, J, B.," Box 611, Red Atlantic H l h l d "
ault« whl. Rlde-a-Ded $2IC, Kdvlnatnr 04flf).M.
O T o V E L Y ROO'MS^VIlfbbnrd or
of work done. Cuslom homes hullt fn DOUCE AND Plymouth passenger cars. federHl WURO nntl Hour lnw. Adver- Bank."
16* OUTBOARD—2G h. p. Evlnrude'mo- • f W
Deep Fraeto $200, 13*12 rux UU. L'i-ri.?ht TUXEDO SUIT—lilto 4'-*. Both blac
rent, ldcnl for two IIUIIOH, 50 Shore
suit. Estlmnlei given, KE G-12S7-W
tlberg
or
job-j-eekera
who
have
questions
Doilu,
job-rated
trucks,
authorized
tor.
Simplex
forward
nnd
reverse
SMALL APARTMENT—By retired, re
pltno $110, Other iurni too riun.erous
blvd..
Kontiahur^, KBfi-lfl12-M
or Ml fi-naifl.
and
white
jacket),
with
accessories
about
ihj
lnw
nhould
consult
the
Wage
services modern servlca station. Frank
All ncceHsorlcB, Reus
flnerl couple where man enn do pur steering wheel,
to mention. Burdga d. Son, Nest tn Also white linen, null and Palm Bei
TILING—floor and wall. Samples shown. Van Syckle, l«» W«»t Front at,, Reit find Hunt* nivlslnn, U, S, Department n time cars of properly, garden, lawn nnd onnble. 'Cnn be neen nt Itnthbone's Sim LARGK FURNISllElJ ROOMS—Fur nici",
Ktelnbach'a parkins lot, 24 Clay st., Red suit. Phone 9 A, M, tn 10 A, M, or
nulct couplo in prlvnto home. Kitchen
Free astloistss given. Rudy Rlskaram, Uank, w,st of liacla ava, than KB Lsbnr, nt .1] Clinton it... Newark, ,N, 3 minor repairs, Best TSferencss. Robbie, nco Garaice, rt. 35, Hear Keyport interBank. XJB «.089t. Open Yrlda* eve- tar • P. U, - K * I-140I-W.
prlvileffes Cnnvoninnt. (n tnwtt nnd rlnne
T«lt»faoa« UltchiU I-Slta,
41 U a pL. Red Btok. rhooi « • « - l l l f , ••IBM*
m First at., WestHeH,'
lictloa. 8 A. U , l a 8 P. U . a
l
to yacht harbor. AT 1-UQT
CLASSIFIED RATES
FAN BELTS AND FULLCYS tor eteetrie motor. In itock. DOUXIAB El-ctrie Ct. Ifr East Front s t Phone RE
Call Classified
Red Bank 6-0013
1
FOR SALE
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RED BANK REGISTER, JULY 7,1955
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
APARTMENTS
ROOMS
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
.EONARUO HARBOR—One room clli- BEAUTIFUL COLONIAL HOMES—Ten LITTLE SILVER — Colonial Terrace. HONMOUTII BEACH —Five blocks from
ocean. Convenient to Iniimportation
Cape Cod Home. 3 bedrooms. 1 down
iency apartment. $:'.:> weekly. K. A. rooms, two baths, two lavatories, three
id shore. Living room. diniiiK room,
nil 2 up—1 u till n I shed. Tile biitti.
iehlhaus. Jr., Jl. UO. Leonardo. AT 1- firepiacca, center hall. Large plot, l! 18' creened
'rench doors ottcti to [tatiu and flnifin purch. Oil steitm heat, new
frontage. liivbway 34. ouposite White
48,i or AT 1-01MI7 cveningn.
tone
terrnoe, Sc-ITPiii»d nnd onrn pnrrh.
•lectric
stove,
copper
plumbing,
storm
WO-ItOOM AAPARTMENT
WOItOOM
PARTMET
Fully fur- Gate Inn. Asking 524.500. Cul! or in•tndowa nnd Bcrecns. plastered
walls. I'hree bedrooms. twi> tiled hnths, kitchen,
uuire Ho_bert_MaTvin._MA_ W2568,
a
dd
nished, newly decorated,
tlood
K
[(iwnstnirs:
two bedrooms, 1 •,!• hsths
ellar,
over
sired
garnge.
.i
of
an
acre
h d
U
orhooil
Uus li
Ii -. Suitable for ouple. RUMSON, PINE RIliiGE—Thres-bedroom if hind, beautifully landscaped, in best ipHtatrs. Hot water, oil-fireii hent. Extra
ranch home, in perfect condition. 2Uxl2 oration. Price $15,30(1. C'HII Red Bunk
i7.e two-rnr Rn rater.
Hraiitiful simile
Lli_u^iljties_I!cnt SCil _ RE li-317'.l.
living
roam,
fireplace;
dining
room,
rees on 2dOxlSlt iilot : S2H.500. Minngh
HREE-ROOM APARTMENT — N«»-ly 2 4x12 screened outdoor livlntr ri'.om,
4 SOUR nftcr C P ^ I
deconiteil.
(iuod reaidential fiecliun. brpezKWity. Attached Kar«ge. Playroom LITTLE SILVER — Modern five-room Itifiicy, Rumsnii rd. UU 1 -jiUfi.'
6 Washington 8t. Heat anil hot water
laundry in cellar; 5i-acie. beautiranch hounp Three bedrooms, auto- ?KW JIOM'E —Six ronms. with full cellar,
urnishcd. Ren; Jfcj, Inquire HE 11-1607 untl
hot water heat, ('all between T< mid
plot with many large matic heat. Screened breczeway and atr C2 HiirdlnK nl.. Ile<l_l)uiili.
. fully landscaped
No brokers; 125,000
RU 1- tached garage. Hillside plot with high
EWLY 1'URNISHED— With kitchen, trees
rees, iiox1fi4; J17.5UU. 1 (Minugh Agency, 'Uint~~IU>O*MS~~A~Nir It/VJ^lT-^'ewly^iTbedroom, bnthniom and private en-. 07.')] for apljolnjnient.^
modcled kitchen with birch c»binot.
BEDROOMS — Rumaon_rd_, RU _ _ . ° " "
ranee
On hiKhwuy ilj nnd bus line. TWO-LEVEL." FIVE
RIVER FRONT— Attractive Ins heut. etcctric liot v.Htcr healer. VfChsvim and inivacy, in well lunUsvupcd
Couple or Biliijle person. Ufcj li-iUM.
ictinn blinds, screens und storm wintwo-story
residence.
Living
room,
tiregroutulx,
HOURS
of
eight
rooms.
FireJNKURNlSHED APAUTMENT — a l i place in 15x23 living room.
bath, lows throughout, (lose to school, *hopGarage ilace. dining room, den. kitchen,
rooim.
All-year-'round.
Heat »iul
hot and cold water itility room, enclosed heated ,ion. h down- tiniT mid tiaimportation. Tall KE (••
j t water BU|)]ilied.
in new btlildinu. and house havo
1 >•'. baths. Fine gardens >tairs Three bedrooms and buth on the
Sent $75 per month. Couple only. No connections;
with perennial plantings. Taxes, $220. econd floor. Hot water oil heat. Garage. BUN(iAL(J\V — Four ifioum nnd bnth.
children 1030 Ocean ave.. Sea Hright,
Property contains five lots, tjvo street SlG.OttO. Minueh Agency. Kumson rd.
Two miles south of Key port, a lung
FOUR-ROQM FURNISHED apnrtment
for frontntrcs
apa
in finest neighborhood. Large UU 1-07 IB.*
_ „ _
Middle rd to Stan* rd. Third hmm**
summer season, $ 00. Inquire a t fc?E porches; outside patio.
Price $5,SDO. LITTLE SILVER- — One-story colonial with griiy Minifies, on Pinkuot ave, Hea\
-973 2.
Uy apiiointment
MI G-0899 or AT 1ice mid brixht.
Latest IOIHI green
home in country sell in p. One block
Th
IX~~ROOMS _____
O.'i5B nil week.
from station and bus line. Two bed;l.,t iron biitb and yellow tile It wnlte.
X R O LU n f u r n i s h e d .
11 3 Third
NEW
MODERNISTIC
Florida
style rooms one lnith. Lut'Ke living room, Iteiiutiful stove nnd snack bar. U>nt
ave., Lomr Branch, ^>f* ii-:i'.:t:t.
Her uvcr tti.000 accepteil.
AT 1 •
homes,
Solid construct ion. outside fireplnce; dining room, kitchen and
5 S O U T H i J R l b G E AVE.. Ked Hunk.
W
Stcivni oil heat. Attached KHUnfurnished. Three bedrooms, livinvr walls 1U" thick. Two bedrooms, con- dinette.
rngc. Kim slinclcd. ^ - n c i o plot. IScmtroom ciininir room, kitchen, ball,; $30. vertible to three,'$8,500. No down pay- tifully
(
landscaped;
S'iU.UUU.
M.iuigh
mont required for anyone, KE 7-2125,
ull RE 6 l ' J 9 a *
A"LL~"Y()UR LlVlNi: on tine liiior". CnmTWO APARTMENTS—On. » ' i unfur- COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES—Middletnwn Agency, Itumsjin id. itU I-0710.
rortiible livinjr kcynotfs tliin mediumnished fooniB and bnlh. Other four
Townshi'i)
Three minutes from Red "RED BANK—4 William st. Corner Mecd
Hi
rpc-bed
room
homo,
Two
comchanic at. First floor, living room,
nfurnished rooms and bath. All im- liank railroad stHtion. 10 Brook st.
bathroom P.
Snrr'ial
fra lures
Six rooms find bnth. dining room, kitchen, breakfast nook ilcta
rovements On rt. :13. Middletown, (Next Well buill house
Full basement.
Two-cmPETS—LIVESTOCK
enclosed
porch, Two-car garage. Plot and sun porch. Second floor, lh:*ce bed- hroughout,
a Paradise Bar.) KE (i-OBll-M^
1
80x112.. Owner occupied. $13.000.
ooms nnd bath. Larue closetn and at- raraKe, B It ached. Nenr river: J'JC.Bnn,
iO LEUOY Pit. — Four, itirjfe sunny
Boyntnn
&
Hoy
n
ton.
»
Hi
unimonH
pl.
1c Kull, dry cellar. Hot water oil heat.
ENGLISH SETTERS — Champlonihio
rooms and hath.
Furnished. Newly KEYPOKT—Six rooms and bath, bH
ment, oil Hteam heat. Convenient
Garage.
Aakintr
f l4.ir*0.
Constance :)ni>o.sit0 Hornuxh Jlntl, Red Bunk, Pbon*
bloodline. Enall»htown "-9<S8.
locoralcd. Heated, ollburner. Continuous
HE (U4 I SO.
Hchools.
shopping,
sll
buses
nnd
trainsSmith
14
Maple
ave..
Fair
Haven.
HE
LITTLE SILVKU — Ranch homp.
ENGLISH SPRINGER spaniel puppies. hot water. Frigldalrc. Ciaraite. Business Three enclosed porches with screens.
AKC. Hunting stock. Sturdy, healthy, cnupie References, Occupancy July 1. Perfect condition. Large garage. Lovely 6-a«08 fir 0-3246.
Thico bedrooms, t i Jo luilh. G.I.
RED BANK—Hudson live.
Close to
eager to please. One purebred, all black. Phone'RB B-OWO-M.*
approved: $15,000, Inspect house;
section.
Priced
right.
KB
1-1479W
hools and town shopping (Modern.)
Cocker Spaniel puppy $20. Luttgens, R,
150' olF Willow dr., 011 Amelia Circle,
Sis. rooms, tile b a t h ; two-car Karaite.
D. 1, Freehold. HO 0-8584.
UNFURNISHED—One S-room, senFor quick sule. SU.'.UO.
Cunslanue
Snturday nnd Sunday. l;3i> lu 4;-«i>
SADDLE HORSES and ponies for sale.
ond floor and one 4-room, first
STORE—With living quarters in the Smith.
14 Maple ave.. Fair Haven. RE
I \ M. or MO 1-25C3-JI,
Several good geldings, suitable for
buck
Five rooms and bath. KE ti< B-230S.
floor. Available immediately. Three:
lead ponies. Every horse Hold with ?uai>
12R8-K.
room J 8 3 ; 4-rootn $93. One yenr
VMH HAVEN—Beautiful section. Nenr TWO II-FAMIIA' private houses. Lurstrd
antee. Normnn Bosley, Rocking-B Ranch
bun line and river. Six looms. Enlease. No security deposit, Separate
Five Point rd.^Jlotl't
Neck.
at Tii and 77 Wallace St., Hed HaaK,
BULKHEADED WATER FRONT—
closed uorch. nil hent. Unrane; 100* 150 •fewly
CALL VANESSA KENNELS Ml S-0541-I
remodeled, with I '« rooms i>n
thermostat in each npurtmetit. This
Kumson
location.
Deep
water
well
In nd sea lied, many trees.
Asking tiht lloor
for German shepherd puppies. Honrd.
and two :)'.•• rooms, furnished,
pruject
Is
situiitcd
In
top
residential
517,500.
Const
a
mo
Smith.
14
Maple
channel to your private dock. Wide
in Kccond nnd third (loot s.
Knrh
Inf. balhlnu. iralninK. Also Uoberman
Fair
llnven.
_RE_
""
locution. Apply to BujierintciLdent
apartment piivnte, (Jonil iuvoKtnipnt Tor
Pincher puppies. Obedience lessons with
pint, Large living room will*, wuodItlVKR
PLAZA
—
Attractive
bungalow.
both
humu
and iiuomc.
Will xnll loeach puppy. After we sell, we serve.
on premises. Prospect Hill, Throekburning fireplace, (lining ruoni, elecTwo
ypiim
old.
Four
rooms
nnd.
hath.
^ctliei* «f Hcpi'.vutely, ttijrht prii-r-. V'or
A weil-liied
puppy is an investment.
morton ave., Red Iiank.
tric kitchen, hivatory, den, 24-foot
Expansion attic, full cellar. Price $11,- infoi-mation and apunintnieiiL, call RK 6\_ OFi'rON~ALL~Btartcd chickens. Three.
250,
G.I, monthly payments. Sliii. t'dii- DHfiO or your own broker.
muster bedroom with private tiled
four and five weeks old. N«w Hump,
sin
nee
Smith.
14
Maple
live,,
Fair
HaEA
UKIGHT
—•
Furnished
apartment.
shire Itcds. Monmouth Hatchery, Mills
powder room, child's room, tiled
RB B-a.10S.
ave.. Port Monmouth,
KE 6-0874-M 1 Tour large rooms and bath, iirht floor;
RUMSON—New home. Decorated lo
bnth, ntifl huge unfinished bedroom.
/i-block from hatliintf bcnoli.
Avni|ublo
SMALL CIIILDHKN ? -Just rijtlit. One
or MI B.-0496-J.
1
the tuttfl of buyers, 1'irt.t floor,
now.
Ily
mouth
fnr
Kuiiimm
or
yearly
Oil
hunt.
Alliiehetl
guvi\ge.
I,nw
...
.v ,.„ street t'vossinji to l-'uh* IluMEXICAN
BURROS
and
Vfente
living room, fireplace; dining room,
Hchool. Ciimpact fuui'-bedroom home.
_____ __
1:»Nfs, Priced a t $24,000. RufiRell
saddles. Can be seen lit Davy Crock- 'ientiiJ._Ciilf SKji-OOJiH."
Fireplace.
Hcndix.
hiird-tnp
driveway.
ONE
SlirS"DOUUI-E
HOUSE—Six
attrackitchen,
den, one hedroom ami hath,
ett's Burro ltinjr, Ocean boulevard, AtM. HOVUH, Reultoin, COO Itiver rd.,
Asking J 13.500. EUH Wiltshire Awem-y.
tively funnelled rooms and Karugc.
lantic Highlands. AT 1-0374-M,
.Seenrid lloor, three bedrooms, dresFuir Haven. RE fi-ir.32.
Realtors. HE 6-3U06. Open B days. SK
room. dining room and inndcru
BROWN AND WHITE Shetland pony. Living
sing room and bath, Hot air heat,
^(14^ Open_7 da>'H.
_ _ __
downsliiir-n, Three bedrooms and
Saddle, harness and cart.
KE ti- kiti-hcn
1)7) i f Y O U R S E L F ' M A N — B u y this lovebnlh upstairs TV. Very desirable. Vine
oil-fired. Two-car garage. On 1 '!••
mac-J.
ly older home. Fine locution, Fair
resident!..! location in Red Bank On bus itlVKK FRONT SHADED ACRE—Frame
Hero plot. This fine home Is a Imicolonial. Three muster bedrooms, twci Haven.
SADDLE HORSE — Six-year chestnut ine. No pM.s. Will niso consider iw«
Seven rooms, floored iitl'ic.
iHtha, enli-Hnce foyer, lS.\26-foot Mvititf Priced no low. $10,000. You c«n ntford
gnin aL $.12,000. Chns, )f. Tindall
mare. Quiet. $100. FR 8-1409.*
l H. HK 6-S14H.
room with fireplace. 20-foot dining room,
YOUNG HEIKER—Just freshened. RK 6ndernir.o to suit you. Ella Wiltshire
Aitency,
19 E. Front nt. Phone KB
LARGE, ONE-KUOM apartment, with lovely kitchen with mahogany cabinets. Agency. Realtor.
RE fi-3;iQ6. Open d
fi922-W after G P . RT.*
kitchen mid lirlvnlo bnth. Suitable for Several extras included.
Asking J2».- days. SE 'J-OO04. Open 7 days.
SIAMESE KlTTENS--FemB.es, Two blue, one or two jicrsons.
Fully furnished. '.>00.
inapcctioii, call llussell M,
one ienl point, Paperi if detlred. $35. All utilities supplied, in exchange for Borus. For
ITT.LE SILVER — Owner transferred.
Realtors. GOO River rd,, Fair Ha
Mabel BarlicB, KE 7TO381-W after 7 Rome light housework nnd supervision yen. ItE 6-413:12
Split.level, four bedrooms,
finished
LEONARDO — Two blocks from
P__M.
__,
Laijto gainRe. Mtrrorn, wallof two school children during business I'OUU LARGE BEDROOMS—Attractive basement
to-wall carpeting, blinds, a w n i n g . Beau.bench.
Modern
buiiKnlow, on
GIVE
AWAY TO (food home, pet malt
Call EA 3-05.i4-J after 6 P. M.,
1
Cape
Cod,
Rustic
living
loom
witli
tiful redwood nitnellntr rVinlng room
-i ott, Ukcs children. AT 1-1782-J.
irday and Sunday.
hu-Kp, landscjipod lot, Livlnir room,
wood-burning
fireplnre,
combination
living room and center hall.
ARkinu
WA'NTED—-Good homes with intellfffen
KUiiDoi-L'h, stainless steel kitchen
FURNISHED
apartment. kitchen-tlinette. Several e^tra feat urea, 318,500
Kiln Wiltshire Agency, Realpeople who understand and love dogs, TWO-ROOM
Privnto kitchen. Convenient to town ItanRO anil Hendix washet* included. Clr- tors. RE 6-:i30G. Open « d«ys. SL 2Kink and counter*. Three bedrooms,
No amall children.
Preferably where
bus line. 27 South at.. Rod Hank. eiiluilni- hot air hent. Askini: S13.500. 0004. Open 7 d;
bnth, ncreenei! porch, oil furnace,
they can have n little freedom. Write, and"I RK
M. B
Borus,
f . - i m - J between ti and 8 V. M. Russell M.
, Realtors.. 000 River WATEH FRONT—UumHon. Kestured iin
*'POKB." Box till. Red Hunk.*
Two-cnr KaiHKe, Low taxes. PropFair Haven. HE 6-4r>a2.
lurRe four-bedroom home; 2\_: bathK.
REASONABLE — Housebroken, Rentle UNFURNISHED — Two-room apnrtment.
NINE-ROOM
erty In excellent condition. Owner
colonial — wall-to-wall carpeting. Two-cnr garnRfi.
In Red Bank. For single person only. CHARMING
boxer, male. Springers. Irish letters.
h d d plot,
l
Large tree shaded
Four bed- Floating dock. Asklnff S'^T.r.OO.
transferred.
Asking $.13,000 for
Ella
Champion itock. Persian kittens, RU 1 KE fi-071.7 between 7 mid 8 P. M/
rooms
two
baths,
lavatory.
Beamed
]_081.*
_
.__ __,
.
nuiek snle. Chus. II, Tindnll Asency,
EFFICIENCY
BACHELOR
Hpartmenl. ceilinjf In living room and dinintr room Wiltshire Agency, Itcultors, 6 Wharr ave..
YOUR lJOG NEEDS MEAT—U. S. in
Newly decorated. Simmons Hide-a-Hod. Full baiunent. Steam oil heat. Two-car Red Bank. RK (5-3.TOf!. Open « clays. 124B
19 K. Front M. Phone RE <J-3030,
tweeted horn© meat. Chopped, chunl New electric kitchenette, utilities. Car
Fiah pool, Storm stish nm Ocean » v c . Sea Bright. Open 1 (U
and liver, a t low prices. All pet ant space. Will aliso conaidcr sctlkd woman. acieetiH. Perfect condition. Convenient SE 2-0004.
aquarium supplies.
Helen Miller's Pel <'onvcnlcnL Inrntinn. RB tl.'iOn.T-M.
location. Asking J l 8.000. Russell M
FAIR HAVEN — Restored village
REIl BANK AREA—Roomy, older
and Garden Center, highway 35, sis
Borus. HcalturK, 1100 River rd., Fair II*.
milei nnrth of Red Bank, between Laurel J U S T REMODELED—Modern fi '.3 rooms. ven. RB fi-4532.
liome, near river. Beautiful neighhome, Minutes from station. Quiel
Furnislicd of uIITIIrni.s}ir<l. .Tiln biith.
and Palmer nves. Open daily nnd Sun- New
borhood of old colonials. Four bedneiKhborhood, Living room, dining
electric stove nnri refrigerator, lilec- CHOICE RIVER OAKS — Lovely Cape
naya unit, 0 P . M, Tuesdays until 6 P . M trio and
hot
water
included.
Nenr
hus
rooms,
bath
and
lavatory.
Pine
den,
room,
kitchen, sunparlor, three bedCo({,
in
handsomely
landscaped
setting,
Mt fi.0340;
LABRADOR RETRIEVER PUPPIES ~ and station. 139 Bridge ave,. Red Bank. Spncidus living room, fireplace, dining
fireplace. Two-car garage, Asking
rooms and bath upstairs. Low taxei,
room, two lovely bedrooms, 20-foot
No papers, reasonable. Young para
J18.000. Lawley Agency,
RE 6Price $12,000.
Chan. H. Tindall
knotty plno den, tiled bath, kitchen. Two
keets, nil colors, $2.98 up. Canarie
69G0.
Aecncy» 19 E. Front *t. Phone RE
bedroom* and bath upstairs.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE unfinished
$1.98 up. Aquariums, eases, all pet ant
Full cellar oil heat, Two-cnr attached
nnuarlum supplies a t low prices. Helen
6-9030.
Miller's Pet and Gnrden Center, high- FARM—Freehold aren. 102 acres. Nine- gm-BRc. Horn* In excellent condition.
Asking $25,500, Russell M. Borus, Realway 35, six miles north of Red Bank,
FAIR, HAVEN — Unusually large,
room dwelling. Being completely ren- tors. GOO River rd., Fair Haven. RU
SWEir^ACRES—Lovely c"ol7mi7i~h^mT
between Laurel and Palmer aves. Open ovated;
baths Hot water oil heat. fi-4532.
four-bedroom colonial. Three years
beautifully rcatoicd. Harn and field
dally and Sundays until 9 P . M. Tuea Two-storyI litbarn,
SGxGO. Outbuildings.
for hurso or aheciv, tvdtliliot.nl \n\rn. Four
old.
Living
mom
14x24,
dining
djvys until GJP.JW. _Mt B-034B.
F a r m seeded in alfalfa and wheat, l'«a- GRACIOUS LIVING — Rumson watci
bedroomn with room for more; J3O.00O.
room, kitchen, lurce den, tile bath
BEAUTIFUL DACHSHUND PUPPIES— luca land, Modern dwelling equipment
front. Estate setting. Handsome liv
nay_«t.llmnii. Shrcwnhui-y. HK fi-r>H1.
AKO rcRintercd,
champion
ntock. includcH. Ideal horsa farm. Kcnnonable ing room with log burning fireplace. At
and
lavatory.
Basement.
Game
DOCTOR'S RESlijENOB^SriTflTee. LHrff.
Wormed nnd temporarily
inoculatedT price; $35,000 Roy ] \ Collins, Realtor, tractive den. Four bedrooms and thret
room. Oil hot water heat. Two-car
hoime. on corner. Five bedrooms. Lot
Come and see them. Stanabcrry's, Mid 34 E. Main st.. Freehold. FK. K-lOfig. baths, Powder room. House and groundi
140x225. Attractive colonial in growing
Karase.
Acccis
to
River,
Asking
dletown Five Cornerw. rt. fi
In
t
o
p
condition.
Asking
$35,000.
RunUET~~0ti PUT A. SIX-ROUM home on
town;
S30.000. OHer
OHer 1
11
1 invited,
invited, Ray
Ray Still*
Still*
n; S30.000.
BCII
M.
Borus.
Realtors.
«00
River
rd.
$30,000. Lawley Acency. RE 6-6960.
HORSE—Well mannered. Paint. CeldlnK
your lot and foundation; $200 down
S h i c w s l m r y RRE
E fi-r.
111.
man. Shicwslmry
fi-r.
111.
Suitable as lend pony or fnr family and we will build to suit vou. Cnll Fnii- Hnyen. RE 6-4532.
OWNER TRANSFEUREr>—Offerinic four
Saflclla and bridle Included, For infor- Emanuel Swartr. of Swarts Furniture.
bedrooms and two tilo baths In tine
mat ioji±_£« I !_RE_(i -__3
SrACIOUS OLDER HOME—LovingRE 6-3213 or RE 6-5485^
*_
RUMSON—Best residential *?cllon.
reaiucniiai
commu3.it>. Full
*eilar
residential
commu3.;t>.
L•.•eihtr.
COCKER SPANIEL—-Homy color, sevt
rfUNSLYN D. HAVILAND—Real estate
ly cared for. Shaded by large
Ranch home nf distinctive Quality.
hscellent UndMapInK
landMnpfng. R»y
Ray H
H, Stillman
months old. Hull pedigreed papers.
broker.
Residential, acrenge. farms
trees.
Seven
large
rooms
(three
Shrewsbury.
KE
ti-fil
11,
Large
living
room,
dining
room,
Lovable pet. Call KE 6-2209 or K~ nd commercial properties. Listings sodouble bedrooms.)
Wide veratidn.
ON T H B i t l V E R — T h r e e homes, on two
S-1265.J.
licited. 12 Droad st.. Red liank. RE 6kitchen, three bedrooms, two tile
, acres- Ideal jetiicment spot with inLarge homey kitchen. Excellent for
WIRE-HAIRED
TEHRIER — Seve 9339. or RE fi-1820.
bathrooms. Pine den, with lavatory.
come.
Buildinif* «H fn excellent ronron
monthn, I'apers, •hots. Gentle, Excel'
schools and commuting. Only 114,dition.
Private dock;
dock; 143.000
143.000
Ra
Two
fireplaces.
Built-in
wall
oven.
dition.
Private
**--•
Ray
lent children's pet. RE 6-5750,
MARIE COX AGENCY, rtaltoci and
700.
ItusBell M. Borui, Realtors.
SLlllfnan,
Shrewsbury. RE
RE fi-5111.
fi-filll.
SSllljman. Shrewsbury.
Basement,
Oil
heat.
Overslxed
twoTOY
_ _ FO; TERRIER PUPPIES — A
FIVE~ACTTgS—Tall shade trees aurroundloiurori. Salti yearly and lumfiOI) Rjver rd., Fair Haven. RE 6colors. Stud nervice, 4 'to' 7 lbs, AIB<
car
garage.
"Trees."
Immediate
ociiiK
colonial
home
with
oval
living
mar rintals. Comancfat dr*« Port4532,
Chihuahua stud service.
Grown dog!
room, lai'Ke foyer with open stalrcaae.
cupancy; $38,000. Lawley Agency,
cheap. Ethel Davis. Federal rd., Ens
ftupick. Phone LO I-Ufll.
lovely screened porch, large dining ronm,
RE «>GD6D,
1
Ilihtown 7-3148.*
four bedrooms, ^nmall horse harn and
Karagc, Kar^ain at $.1"i,000 Ray StillRAY UTlLUtAN, REALTOR _ Lar«c
FAIR HAVEN—Full G.I. mortga E «
in an, Shrewsbury. RE «-51ll.
parkinic space for yuur convenience,
of
(11,000
can
be
applied
on
this
APARTMENTS
RUMSON — Ranch home. Close to
State Highway 35, Shrewsbury.
All
13 ACRES IN HOLMllEl, — Gorgeous
comfortable family home. Built three
types of propertien throughout Monriver. Superior construction. Two
woodland with picnic nnol and bridle
TVO-R00M FURNISHED
apartment mouth county. Farms, town and country
years ago. Plaster walla, boautlpaths, uai-ilen. Subntantinl home with
years old, Living room with fire-,
Couple only. 94 West BerjEen pi., houses, waterfront properties; bueinest
screened sleeping porch. Secluded snot,
f ully fixed up basement, laundry
Red Bank.
rlsce, dining room, large kitchen
opportunities. .Call, write your, requireyet
hnndy to station and pnrkway; $38.with vrashinir machine. Living room
TREE HAVEN VILLAGE — Five-rooi
ments. Large and com petent staff to
with rango and dishwasher. Three
000. Kay Ktillman, Shrewsbury. RE 6000.
duplex garden apartment,
O. th< wervr you. RE 6-5111
with Areplace, two bed rooms, bath,
B
i
l
l
bedrooms,
two
tile
baths.
Full
celB111..
_
first le *•!, elegant living room, com SACRIFICE—Atlantic Highlands; $13,kitchen-dining combination. Enclosed
ROLLING HILLSIDE — Quiet, ruiti
lar; oil heat. Two-car garage; $26,vleta din in a: room, full aiz« ultra mod000.
Large house, good residential
front
porch,
expansion
ftUlc
gives
ncighhorhood.
View of New York
ern kitchen., Upittair», two large bed- area,
500. Open to offers. Lawley Agency.
Near school* and business disbay.
Colonial,
on
two acres. Den, lirooms and modern tils bath. Privati trict. First floor has five rooms, bath.
•pace for two more rooms, A fine
HE 6-6960.
brary, dining room, paneled kitchen, powspacious full basement, light and airy Second floor, four rooms, two baths:
chance
for
veteran,
Would
require
der room, three- family bedrooms, two
Ideal for rumpus room.
Private der third floor four rooms. Oil heat. Storm
small doling fees, and carrying
bntha, mald'n room and bath. Twoand for store Be.
Rentals from $97.50 windows. Electric range Included, Can
car garaBe. Guest hotme of four room*:
315-S25 Bath avt. Long- Branch, LC also b« used at rooming house. Excelcharges of approximately $72 per
OLDER FAIR HAVEN HOME—*'In»
$00 monthly Income: S36,0DO. Roynlon
S-4916.
knt mortgage available. AT 1-0076.
month. Real Estate Associates, Realcondition.
Five bedrooms, two
A Boyntnn. 8 Drummond p!, Opnoilte
FIVE-ROOM STUDIO apartment. Locale.
tors, 36 Hsrding rd. RE 6-3356.
Ilmough Hall, Red Bank. Phone RE 6baths, living room, dining room,
on Sycamore ave.. Shrewsbury. RE 6
PAUL R. STRYKER, Realtor. Farms
41SO.
kitchen, pint paneled den, Cellar;
1229, RE 6-1575.
and
(arm
•states.
State
Highoil heat.
One-car garage.
Nice
FOURiROOM UNFURNISHED .partm.nl
l-'OUB BEDROOMS—On ip«ctou» lot.
way 84, Holmdel.
Photit HO «SHREWSBURY - . On on* of lh«
Chalc« location. Broad St.. B.d, Btnk,
neighborhood:
$16,800.
Lawley
Center hall, 30f living room, big
HE 6-1220 or RE 6-1575.
6601.
nicest, quiet streets Is a fine horn*
Agency. RE 6-6960.
dinlntf room, Urge tile kitchen,
TifREE-I!OOlir~UNFURNTsHED an«rtwith living room, fireplace, two bed- r
ment. Ground floor. Near Red Bank BY BOWMAN & AXELSEN. Sea Brisht.
den,
powder room.
Second floor,
rooms, dining area, nic* kitchen, full
railroad station. All utilities Included
SE 2-0147. Rumaon estate,- 537,500.
four bedrooms and bath, basement,
basement, expansion attic.
Larga
SHREWSBURY — Modern colonial.
580 per month. Available July 1. Ca
3 % Aurei, vacant, high ground, In RumGarage; $27,500,
Allaire & Sou
KB n-IO'ili or BE 6-4803-J.
son 110,000, Rumson residence with three
breeieway. Attached g a n g s . Larga
Five yesrs old. Seven rooms. FireAgency, Inc., Monmouth county'a
FOUR-ROOM
UNFURNISHED
apart bedrooms nnd two baths with oil-fired
plot 100x175, split-rail fence around.
place. Four bedrooms, two tiled
m
heat l U . n o o , business building in Sea
.*L\L'n. the country. RE 6-9744.
oldest
real
estate
firm.'
RK C-34S0,
Awnings, screens, storm saah, etc, A
bathi.
Breezeway. Garasre, Choice
TWO-ROOM APARTMENT—24 Waverl; Bright, with more than G% return on
investment, priced a t $'20,(MO Also reslot for the money at $16,900. Real
nelffhborhnnd. Convenient to school
pl., Red Bank. RE 6-4403-W.*
FAIR
ilAVEN—Good
.section.
Modern
a u r a n t business for experienced 'couple,
Estate Associates, Realtors, 36 Hardand shopping. Outstanding value j
THREE ItOOMS 1'UHNfSHED—Dlrectl t$4,000,
ranch house. Living room with fireand other good bargains.
across the street from public bathln;
Inn rd. RE 6-3356,
$18,500. Stanley K. Downs, Resltor,
place,
dining
room,
nood
kitchen
beach. All utilities, parkinc facilities ON YOUR PROPERTY—Will bufld CUBthree bedrooms, tile bath, basement
Shrewsbury. RE 6-1017.*
torn built homes of any type. H, J .
Flshintc nnd boalinp.
By month oi
Garage: $10,500, Allaire & Son Agency
season. Cull RU 1-1 ll>0 or RU 1-14D2 Nolan. builder. KE 6-03S9-W.
Inc., Monmouth county's oldest real efADJACENT
TO
.Navesink
River
rd.
LlNCROl't—New house.
Three bed
Utt» firm. RK fi-lHriO.
rooms, tile bath, dinette. Urge kitchen,
IMMEDIATE POSSESSION—Ituminn
•state arcs; 2^-acr« building
SUMMER OR YEARLY RENTAL—
fireplace;
plaster
walls.
.
Full
basement.
ranch
home.
Custom
built.
Large
sites In cjcclusiv* neighborhood ofModern four and six-room apartLOCUST—Beautiful home. In Locust.
Attached garage.
Cnll RE 6-0758-J-l
living room, fireplace; dining room,
* fared at $8,000 per. Real EitaU
incuts, Furnished or unfurnished.
evenings nr week-ends.
One acre.
House with living
deluxe kitchen, dish washer, electric
Associates, Realtors, 36 Harding rd.
Private beach. Kicrnnn blvd,, North
room with fireplace, dining room,
HOUSE BEAUTIFUL*S—Cholu* tor
range. Three muster bedrooms, two
RE 6-3356.
Long Brunch, LO 6-1553,
hall. Mldieri, heautlful den with firethe "Bride's House of 19GE." A
tiled baths, Ffttio.
Two-car gaplace, porch und powder room. Two
new design' by U. S. Steel Homes
rage. Fin cut location; $'46,000.
EXCLUSIVE—Grosslnger - Heller. SitTWO-ROOM FURNISHED" apartment
large bedrooms and bath on tecond
uated atop hill, overlooking Red Bank
LivitiK-hcdroom, kitchen, share th
(formerly Gunntson.) Easy for th«
Stanley K, Downs, Realtor, Shrewsfloor.
Two bedroom* on third floor,
and
surrounding
communities.
Approxibath. Near Red Hank station. All utili
career.wife- to care for, but plenty
bury. RE 6-1017."
Two-car garage. Alto large modern
mately on* *cr« of beautiful trees, lawn
ties included. 565 furnished, or 555 un
of room for future family activities.
mid shrubs of the finest ever offered.
furnished.
Cnll KE 6-J055 or RE G
two 4-room apartments in rear with
*oyer, large living room, fireplace; din4»u:i-.l.
Furnished by Gimbela. River rd..
STANLEY K. DOWNS, REALTOR—
fireplace and modern bathi. TwoIng room, modern kitchen with ChamG—Deluxe Madison Coui-I
Rumson, opposite Borough Hall. SatVery attractive home. Excellent
car garage for apartments. View of
bers range, spacious' cabinets,* breskfnsL
Strikingly deslKiied elevations, Kxcep
urday
and
Sunday
H
A
.
M.
to
5
P.
condition,
Seven
rooms,
1
Va
tiled
area,
screened
porch
off
kitchen;
four
river.
A!BO a [urge outdoor dlnin*
tutnnl locution, Kxtra larKo rooms, Ileau
largo bedrooms, two baths, largt bnscM. Everett 11, Thoi-ne, Middletown,
baths.
Fireplnce, basement, hot
tiful kitchens with exhaust fans. Convex
area completely screened. Beautifully
ment recreation room which openn on
ient to schools, transportiitlon and GnvMl 5-0052.
water
oil
heat.
Two-car
garage,
landscaped, Allaire S. Son Agency,
nntio with brick barbecue.
Aluminum
den Stnta parkway. Three, four, five
Barbecue. Well landscaped. Bargain.
and storm sash. Oversize two*
Inc., Monmouth county's oldest real
room apartments. Rents start a t S100 NEW HOUSE—Select your own decora- screens
car RHVage, attached.
Shown by ap$17,900, Stanley K. Downs, RealRenting olllce on ljremisea. 136 Sout
estate firm. RE 6-3450,
tion. Consisting of knotty pine kitchen pointment only. Call RE B-2100,
St., Red Bunk. KB 6-0768. nr call fieomi cuUinota, Form.cn counters, linoleum
tor. Shrewsbury. RE G-1017.*
W, Seller, Inc., Realtors, Short Hills 7 floor, electric rnnne, dishwasher, clothes 'AIR HAVEN—Ranch type. Excellent
A FINE HOME In Little Silver. Good
condition. Living room, dining room,
dryer and washer, knotty pine den, Inrgo
lot.
Living room, fireplace: dining
FOUR-UOQM UNFURNISHED apartmer dining room large living room with kitchen, electric range, two bedrooms,
EARLY POSSESSION—Ranch home.
room, kitchen, a split-level with three
in lied Bunk, in two-family hous<
fireplnce, four bedrooms, two tllo baths buth. full cellar.-recreation room. Many
bedrooms nnd bath. Finished cellar and
extras
Plaster
walls:
$11,500
Groi22-foot living room, fireplace; din, Tastefully decorated. Lttrec, airy, room nnd tile powder room.
Two-car trn-'
Karaite, hcreens and storm sash; S18.000.
leading from center hull. Full kltcnei
rage. Large porch. Hot wnter baseboard BinKer & Heller. Realtors, Broad and
Ing room, kitchen, range and reA1 In ire & Son Agency, Inc., Monmouth
tiled bathroom with shower. Ami)
circulating heut, Lundscnped with drive- Mech_qnjc_atii; RE fi-2100
frigerator.
Three large bedro*om.s,
county's oldest real estato firm
RE
T W
closets, uso of a t t i c Quiet street, nen way. Complete On Lewis Lane, Fnir MIDDLETOWN — Ranch type.
f34>
tiled bath; !i-scre> plot.
Owner
churches and schools . Living room,
two bus lines, shopping center, churche
Haven, W, V, Scott, Builder* and Dekitchen two bedrooms, bath, full cellar.
SOi'i monthly on louse, Includes elci
velopeia. RE CliifiO nr RK fl.!.7r>4.\
tranaferred., J22.000.
Stunlcy K.
velope
BUSINESS SCqNE— Red Bank. Spatrluity. Ran,
Ran, heat and water. Avntlabl RUMSl
SON ItlDCK—New. runoh home. Attached Karage; H i years old. ExcelDowns, Realtor, Shrewsbury. ItB GShade trees,
Asking
immediately
30
t
RE
immediately.
30 South
South st.
RE 6
clous lot with 10-room bouse in
Three bedrooms, expansion 't.tlc Two- lent, condition.
car gurage. Recreation room in Lane- $17,000. Grossinger & Heller, Realtors.
4IBI-J,
]
ton condition, Allaire & Son Agency,
ment: 1 VJ ucren. 7 Sherotoit la. Hum- .HipinL_nnd__Meehante ntw RR fi-2100
MODERN,
FURNKSHED
jipnitmen
Inc.,
Monmouth county's oldest real
LITTLE
SILVER—One
of
the
hl»rh"c7t
RIVER PLAZA — Twti.xtury franm resRU 1-1C87, ja^.COO. Uy appolntLargo hed-liyinj; room, kitchen, bnth son.
elevntions in Little Silver.
Custom
Idence, . Living toom, dining room,
estate firm, RE C-34GD.
ment only
room with tub and shower, Hcfritfer
built, six roam, large tile bath Vwlth Kitchen, four bedvooma iinil bath. Hoi
tlon, automatio steam heat, hat watt
EAST KEANS11URG — Four-room fur atall shower-and tub. Living room with all- hent. Lame URVUKQ. Three chicken
Quiet six-fnmily house :n residential arei
nfshed cottace
Price $1,000. KE 6' fireplnce, full dining room and cellar. houses j 1U acres. Tn.sea SI 55. Conven- BRAND NEW SPACIOUS lunch house on
Parking lot. Available July 15. Yen
',i:-acrc. Reception hall, large living
One-car garage.
Nothing to do but ietit to everything; $i:t.7OO.
208H-J.
Minuwh room
around, $85 monthly.
17 Collins st NEW
with fireplace, dining room, kitchen.
SHREWSBURY—Six
roomn
move In, nnd only S23.5OO. Joseph P. Agency. KiintHon rd. RU 1-07IB.*
Kennahui-tr
KE 11.1532.
three bedrooms, two tile baths, large
bath. Oil' hcut, full cellar. Huiihu nchwnrtt Agency, Newman Springs rd.
UNFURNISHED 4^-ROOM apartment fully insulated
RUMSON—New. alx-raom ranch house. den. Two-cur irnvftHc: $'•£'.!.SOO. Allaire
Immediate - possession. KB 6flQ'fi4
Modern kitchen nnd tile bath. Aim For further information, rail RfiJU44I)1.
I !•! tiled bnths fireplace, forced hot & Son Agency, Inc., Monmouth county's
3>,i-room apnrtment, furnished. In flm MATAWAN— II Reclmletl acres. Ch.se FOUR-HKDROOM, CAPK COD—In Little air. Rnn-lirad lit-nt.
Tint UOvliM), In olilrst real fstatp firm. \IK Ii-:i4'tl),
Silver on beautifully lnnd«cHped pint. rcKlon nf IIIIBP trees, Nm.r ocenn. IMIH
residential aection.
G Third live, At
to station, markets, school, churches. Quiet, highly residential.
Large living anil HohnolB. Taxes $:ifi(l. Vvire $lif!.lnntlo Highlands. AT 1-Of>86-J.
NEARLY NEW RANCH HOME —
Good commuting, City wnter. Nuw six- room with fireplace, full dining room,
FOUR UNFURNISHED rooms nnd batli room modern home, plastered, insulated,
fidd. Minutfh AnGiu-y. Rumson id. HU
Living room- with fireplace, din*
oil heat; garage, Must be seen; $'20,. Couple preferred. RU 1-1324,
nil hot water heut, fiveiiluto, basement, r»00. Joseph P. SrhwarU Agency, N e w
Ing room. Beautiful kitchen, three
THREE-ROOM FURNISHED apartmenl breezewtty, Attached
garage.
Other mnn Springs_ rd. RE fi-H0«4
MIDDLETOWN — River front, llcautlfn Red Bank, Nenr niHroad station huildingR, Orchard, Must sell nil or pnrt. $l.',0 fs ALL THlT~MONKY that will
bedrooms, tile hath,
liarnge. Exfully planted % -acre jilot. I-'nur-hftlPrivate entrance. Call RE 6-70K2
Write owner Box 140 Matawnn, or MA
cellent construction. Beautiful conchnniie bands on the deut If you are a 100m modern Cape Cod colonial, IJO'
.UU 1 -PHI))} fttiytlmo except noon lion
1-24B9-M.
veteran
Capo Cod, Four rooms and tile Hvinu'-dinlnif room, flrcpliice; tilo luitii
dition;
SIC,300.
Minim
& Sou
FOR HKNT—Two U-room apartments. A LITTLE SILVKU — Owner Lnuisr«rrcd. buth vvUh cxuiumlon wulc, fur two move and oiitlctH fur tuuitlicr, electric V-Uth«n.
Agency., Monmnutlt county's oldest
ulllllles. Gmmlns only. 116111 S8"» lie
Thi-cfi>buili'tit>in ranch.
Ltirge inoitift. liodi-oomx and bath, Ccdai* rlonuts, nuto- full cellar wilh rcL-icntiori rnoni: hot
'"ii."!]' _JL'HM ItB il-4ri"U-K itfLcr 6 V. M Tllo kitchen, wnslmr, dryer, AlUchuil matiu heat, stnvo. A real huy a t XII,- water IiciU, nil-llicd, Aitachcil Kariiut.
real estate Arm, ItE fi>Ulou.
Near school und FOI-I M011
FURNISHED APAHTMENT—Two room garntre.
O'J.".. Joseph P, ijchwart?. Agency. New- Kivo minuten to Ited bunk Htation; $;::•,•
11011. Mlnuith Avaiiuy. Uumson n l . UU
and biitli, Privnto enti-nnce. All utlli mouth. 11U 'Willow drive.
ina.iLJJitrliigH rd. HE fl-U»B4.
ties Included, Uentlomnu preferred A1 I'lVB-ROUM COTTAGE—ElcctViu sluvo, HUMSOft—-Two-atory residciitiB. Cedar- i-ii7 Hi.1'URNISHED COLONIAL home, on
1-1TM5-TL*
electrlo hot wnter t\cnler, oil hent,
branch of river. Newly painted.
paneled living room with llreplaco and SKLP SUPPORTINCJ — Piirtlnlly roiiled
fireplace. LHIRO plot. Excellent neltfh- exposed beams, dining room, kitchen,
H S U l a H t A N U S — Model
1 t-room hoiiBo, throe bat ha.
ThreetStately Hondo trees, extra large lot.
Woodbrnok Drive, don four bedrooms, one bath, Hot air cur ifaraKC. Two private. ontrnncoR. OIT
apartment.
Two bed>roomn, UvJii borhoodi SlO.r.OO.
Convenient location.
Low taxes,
room, tila bath, kitchen with dinette. Al off highway Hi, onpasito White (Jute oil heat, Three-car garage. There Is a tlnrdon Stain'Parkway-Red Hunk Interrooms overlooking Siindy Iitiok bay, Inn. MatnWiin fnneu) or call MA 1-2B8.S. Hummer houio on the property nnd n change.
'i'hree or four bed room 1, dining
Perfect for iluclor'H hume ttnd
Within two. minutes wnlklnt,' distanc HOUSK — Blx rooms nn^PhntK^ Eo"t commercial office building with an an- nlllcc, Dnutor ui'KCtitly nccclod Ui nrniit
voom;
$12,&0D,
Ray
SUllmnn,
100x110. neattlential district. Nenr nual rove line of $1,620, Anking price LodKiiifr or board inn hous.;,
from bench j 5fi2O bnlnnca of senann, V
ApproxiShrewsbury,
KB 0-511!,
RE 6- J'-'ll.OOO. Minuuti Agency, Rumson rd. mately two nct-cft of hind. Wonderful upA, Clchlhtiim. Jr., it, 30, Leonardo, A' Red Bank ihopplnt; center*
3048-J,
1-0'isa or AT 1-0007 eveiiiriKB,
Thono RU 1-0710,
iJUlLunlL/, llil G-30M-J,
RUMSON—Three roomn. Utilities. S70.
See_Mr.-Pryor. 65 River rd.. Kun.uon.
LARCTlT f'KONT ROOM—All comforti of
home.
Semi-iirivate. Convenient to
all transportation. Reference. C7 Shrewsbury ay_e.. lied Bank. Phone RE 6-!>l H . '
WELL FURNISHED ROOM—In quiet,
neut home. Gentlemen preferred. 31
Spring at., Red Dunk.'
BUSINESS PERSON—Ideal room. Conveniently located.
All modem Improvements, including K private entrance, HE C-34.J2.
NTCE ROOM for young lady. All privMCKCU
Nic« home. Airy room, . RE
fS-OC-l I-J.
FURNiSHEI) UEUROOM—Suitable one
- lady or couple. Kitchen privileges if
desired
4 Lennox ave.. Rumstui.
BEAUTIFUL FURNISHED front room.
Extra !jarj;e. plenty of clouet upace.
Clean an d very cool. Parkintr mmce.
kitchen privileges if desired. Apply at
1ST Maple ave.. Red Hunk. Kate S10
per week Men only. Cali RE li-iBOH.
FURNISHED ROOM—Near bus line, f
blocks from shopping center.
Car
privileges. Woman only. 15 SprinK Rt.
RE 6-5139-J.
_..RGE. NICELY FURNISHED room with
privata kitchenetto and l-'risidaire.
Very convenient location. Utilities sunplicd. Rent reaaonable. RE «i-aBll3-M.
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REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
RED BA-NK—Attractive home. Pine
panfled living room with fireplace,
dining room, two bedroorm and tile
bath on each floor. Screened lioixh.
One»car Kttisice. Hot water heat.
Kspecislly well Inndicaped. Auk ing
J'JS.OOO. Rny Stillman, .Shrewsbury.
RE 6-5111.
KLWISON"— :j(jO feet water fi-unt8i(e adjiirt'iit to decji ( h:uiiitl. TWM acres
\if. rly KI on ud n, stri ijilvl yet. ti v t> minut«H ni'i-Hii. jii-b<•»!*. rhurrh»H. clubs.
SoulJiprri CMH)!*<IM\ Hesi-ltTH'e in perfect
tofnlitinn. iticlmlts three lovpiy bedrutiniK. iHiire drenxinie room, two tilrd
liatlis, two hcrvjints' ami luitii. IHT^'C livii.>: i-f.i.m. dinin.: f.utn.
il«ti, kitchen
niul piiwiicj* room. Oil heat. Two-car
K;inii;t\ Our bust. valu« in 11 fine. Well
located livfr- fro".r. home; i»5.0(fll. Jnsei'!i <}, MclJm AKcnry. ItcHltors. ItU
$8,500. TAXES $63—Wonderful for
retired couple. 2 4-year-old house
In excellent condition. Quiet street,
bin in If room, bale ment ami guragt
Included. Lovely buck yard. AlumInum icreenn nnd doors. Hny StilN
matt, Shrewsbury. RE fi-Sltl.
DISTINCTIVE SPLIT LKVKL— Convenient- location.
Siiic-niul-api'ii,
frnme and »tont>r Four mleiitinte
bedrooms, two tilo
Imtlm, iiine
pntteled den: tea rune. ^11 f«r IZX.700,
Hay Hiillmnn, Shiewabury, UK
6-5111.
r'ARMHUUSL—Uecuiitlitiuned. lik« oe«v
Over i n ucre of well IH IKISCU].*.
icrounds. Near river a n d schooli. Si
roomi, 1 \_ baths. Warm *ir heat. Two
car KtiruKe; $22,500. Koynton & Uoyn
lon. X Uninimcind l»l. OiM'ositf? Hnronii
llnl). Uffd HRnk. j^Ji^JljQL—riJ— 0 .:
LITTLE SI LVEK—Corner property.
Twn «rr*>« v\u*.
AlmoBt.. n/>w
ranch house. Llvintr niom, dining
room, kitchen, three bedrooms, bulb,
brcezevvny; one-rnr Kuraac
Un I
waUr oil heat. Taxem undee |:iou,
K.\(.<cll(!tit tiers nnd shrub).
Meal
hnnie for yuuiilf family.
Asking
?U.ri,()i)0, "Walker * Walker, Realtors,
Gfil llroud St., Shrewsbury. Rt£ c-
ii
UUMKON •• Almost new rmichers » 4 -»rr«.
K\itllrnt and rnoKt r<ttivenient location.
TVMI \jpilruirnin, plus Murphy bed nucom*
niudiit ion.
i.\\ ivx loom t rai.-tetl lire|jla< c ). < oinMmuii'iL dinin^-deii (raised
lit-e|iluc«'.) Moilnii (;.!•:. kitchpii (all
iliiK pati'i: ^nra^'c
Heiiutif ully nhaded
liltit
Iiij.iim.-tly diirerctit: ?J!t..'>i)ll. J u s fpll M.I UH AK'T.'-y, H«Hltn|-H. RQ I-044-I.
. Three bedIIUM.SDN - -SfhituiOi*.to lurno living room
|lf.:l,
T^O-CHl- tfHwith ; SU.IUHI, „]
l u u ' i V.A. IIIAII RvniliiblP. .lii«i>ph ('• MI'CIIB Asrenry, Realhtr-. Hi! : I-«l I i.
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Kl.;.MK<)N -Dutrh riilniiiiil "OvVi'Vui acre.
Sr.'iud-.l nrM. TIU-PH l.fdro.iniii, both:
oil hot wntflr hpat.
I'lHirhtone terrace;
S--!,')U".
Joseph t't. McCtie, Healtors,
KU 1 -u 1 i 1.
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UUMSliN-'-I'eilVri roiniiViV.u." L'lving nnd
tliiiiiiv rutting, dtn. t, 1111 pot ch. kitchen,
imwilcr tmrni, three hfrlnx.ms. two tiled
iiiithh. bnvfmeut.
Low tnxes*. Tw««car
n;ir;iite, Fine, con vc nip nl neichboriiood ;
S'id.iUM'.
Joseph t;. Mcl'iis Agency,
Hoall.irf. UU 1-ilH I.
O'LDKR VuTTAfiB" - - " " W i t V t n e iT«w
ntit
<).. lien, two bedruonu,
:ropMf(i i.uich: a!tach(>d Karate. At*
•udive liiiKe [riot : SJO.iiOO. Itoynton &
lloynton, ft Iinimmntid pl. Oppii^il*
Hall. I'.crl llni.k. Phone UK tiA~T I.ANTl"( " 1 fI(;"H LA NI»s""l J yB wi"t h '«Vi
REAL ESI ATE FOR SALE
DESIRABLE BUSINESS LOCATION' —
1 en-room home.
Income iiroriertr,
C l ! B B 6 I rh
OCEANPORT — L T j w T r i c ! ' ^ / taxrs.
'i wo-slory, three-bed room hou»e, Ii
nica conditiun, Larjce buthroom. hiirh
ceilingii. Three nire rootnn, laundry, hdll,
downstairs. Large floored ntti«j. dry cellar, oil hpRt, electric range, electrir hot
~ a t « r Hardwootl floors, Lurst* lot and
Knrn.j_c, Convenient ii» everything; $10,•*00t KA f,.(fi9f>'W.*
INX'OMG PROPEKTY—Three and fou'r100m apHrtmerits. N'enr n':Kool. shopI»!t.jf c«nler and bus line. Modern' house,
rernmir tile hath anfl kitchen. Planer
walls: oil burner, (Jwner on premiaei
SHturdHy and .Sunday only. Fir.»r. hotiM
on Timlall rd. piist school. Mid'lie'uwn.*
NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT
OF ACCOUNT
ESTATE OF LOUIS J. BOURY. DECEASE I?.
Notice ij hereby given that the accounts of the subscriber, Surviving
Trustee of the estate of said Deceased,
will be audited and atnted by the" Surrouate of the County of Monmouth and
reported for settlement tn The Monmouth
bounty Court. Probhte Uivisi ., on
Tuesday, the Ninth day of Auitust A. D.,
1055 at 10 o'clock A. M., «t which time
application will lie mads for the xllowanr« of commistions nnrl «ounicl fees.
iJafed: June 9th, A I),. I'J'i'i
TUB DANK OF NEW YORK
(By K. C. UKlftEK.
Trust (Jfticor.)
4 8 Wall iStreet
New York City. N. Y.
• Surviving Trustee.
Roaer Nutt. Esq.,
Attorney at Law
241 Main Ktreet.
HftcWnsAck, N. J,
I11.T«
PUBLIC NOTICE
OrdimirtL'e entitled "An Ordinance
A-1 condition. Nenr everything, AT 1- nf An
the Borough oi Shrewsbury Amending .
mi Ordinance Kntitlerl 'An Ordinance
H" S T 7 \ N I J S " FOR" HOMK---i>"ri'*~«Ynn*Ti Kattthliahing
kulen. Reirulfttiona
i n'rt
fin- pric-*, Vuv tm ">l" & " P " i-nm- Stanrli<rdfl Coverlnic the .Subdivinion of*
ituit ton —Ih i« IA it. Thr<<« liu^e ht>d- Land Within the HoroiiKh of Shrffwshur^, . .
OUIIIH, ix-iiuLtfuI fii-f-i'liH*' in living room. I'ursuant to the Authority Set Forth in
The Kilclien you have always tlesireil. Chapter 43.1 of the LAWS of 1^,'J, and
A finu-iar H!MJ>K« i-oinpli'tt'H ihi.i totner Amendments am! Supplements Thereto-; -•
BUY A HOME NOW with your mind
"11" & "|»" u inner tor <14,.MHI. Jn-enh Setting Kwrth th R Pnn-eilurn In Ko F o l on tho future.
Kxtatinn home,
1'. SrhwnM;i Accmy. Newtntin Sprintfn id. lowed Hv The Chinning Hoard in Apnly-^..
Livlntr room, dining room, Hen,
HK r.-::<«ii-i
iittr and Kdminixterintr Thesw Rules. Re if; __
kitchen, three bed rooms and but h.
"CliKAN". "(MIAN 1 '. -CLKAN" K.\Vei»- ulaliofiN and Stnndards: and Providing" ~"
lioiiiil IIOIIIB in an '•e\clu.iive" area, j retmllitfs F«r tho Violntion Thereofi' •
Thin properly i> i" the bnsitieKa /.one,
Irot. 1 -1U\ 1 HO'.
Full hiihcmftiit. l.ividK j Aduplfiil Mny 4, tHiil." WHS presented f o t ,
It will be worth double its low juice
int toiluction nnd first read in»c an June 7.
of $13,^00 in H few years for a bunnin. A lulrhtMi (inished \t\ nuiplf. num. !j I 'i'lii hy th« Mayor and Council of "
iitesi venture.
Walker A Walker,
L'ICH the Kioiiini lloor plan. Two mas- Shi-ifwahury Rorouifh. antj on July 5. 1355- *
r-ni/.cl htMhiKiiiiP, [>1UN lial h Htid K'» - ' un» finally ndoptRd and approved
Realtors, fifil Rmad st., Shrewsbury,
^U rnnk.vi thi* thr IHIV of U>c week nt 1
JOHN HAWKINS, Mayor.'
HE 6-5212.
&,;,tW. Jnjicph IV SCIJWHI I/. Acency, ! ORTRUDE ('. VAN' VLIET.
Newman SprinKS nl. _HE «-3_0rt4.__ ^____
•toroUKh Clerk,
I3.lt. _
ITEI) "ifANK " I'l-rtcnfiuus "white" ri'shUnce.
JF VOU ARE LOOKING for a home
KlcK'.'uit I lira ti iMi, near ITIKXIIA, (,'onfor Immediate occupancy, you can
I u inn o|)t>n porch, lai'KL> living room,
NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT
dininir
ruoin. kitchuti. four beilmoms.
•top looking i s of nuw. This home
OF ACCOUNT
I I . hatliH
L'uU culliu*. oil heat. CimiKe.
ha 1 been completely decorated, H
ESTATE OF ANNE BOYD DALE,
"'rim
$17,001).
Fnmklyn
Hiu-iland,
M1NOK,
contains a living room, dining
rnkpr._ KK li-!»»3!l. UK_tt-l_H2_fi,
Notice Ii hereby given that the as*'
i-oom, kitchen, three bedrooms, tit*
|12,riO0 ASKINCt"PKI'CE-"—Moclerirbiilitii*" counts
of thn subscriber, liunrdian of
low'. Localed in Fair Haven. I.ivhiK tli* estate
bath and full cellar with den. Loof Hals' Minor, will ba audited
inn,
mmlern
kitchen,
Uvn
bed
room
H.
cated OIL li-aci-e. of corner tu-olierty.
ami
statin
hy the Surrogate of t h e
th <'\p:uipioii nttic, full cellar, oil
of Monmouth nnd reported for
Wall.tn-wall carpeting-, l-'or immelit. IMot 7f.xl7.'». Fianklyn Ilaviland, County
settlement to The Monmouth County
liroker. _jtE_fi_:_H33!),_HE_lM fi"20.
diate pniis#R8lon, this i s (he one you
Court Probate Divinion. on Tuesday,
UUMSliN — Well built, . comfortable, th« Nineteenth day of July. A. D.. 1956.
can't afford to overlook.
Asking
roomy house, in heat section of Itum- at 10 o'clock A, M.. at which time *P-.
$1.1,200, Walktr A Walktr, RtNltors,
IUH. Wtth'ut cany walk to beach. Four plication will be Trade for the allowance)
liudroomft. Unit- bfithn, cany niRhitennnre. of commi»»ions end couimel fees.
fi6l Broad ml,, Shrewsbury, RE 6*'
Mukn 1,1ns ItesL huy nt, $.'10,000. Frsnklyn
&212,
Dated: Juni» Dth, A, L).,.1955.
HHVllaitil, broker, RE G-U33D or RE 6LOUISK BOYD L»ALB.
NaVPHink Kivor Rnnd,
Ml UDLliTUWN —• Cu.ntnm bunicnlow,
VISTAS OF PARADISE—Impressive
Miiltllctnwn Township,
HI'KO living' room, hrcplttrc; apncir'Ut
Retl Bank, N, J.
mansion, over looking1 lovely a t a
cloiii electric kitchen, two tied rooms,
Guardian,
tile bnth: expansion nttic with dormer.
•cape. High on a hillside overlookI'ull ccllnr. Attncbod KHrnsc. Lures plot, Messrs Stuhr and Hans,
ing the Atlantic ocean and Sandy
Attorneys at Law,
['rice
$I(>.:J<HI.
Frnnklyn
Haviinnd.
Hook,
Dwelling contain* a. Urge
63 Hudson Street
T
lirnker, RK fi-fl.l.TR. KB ft»1SgO.
Hoboken, N e n Jersey.
fll.Ti
foyir, living room 24'x24' with m a i COLT'S NKC1C — Iinrncdiwta occuslve fireplace, •unjmrch, facing the
MONMOUTH COUNTY
pnncy I Twu-beriroutn
cottaxt,
Atlnntic ocean, where an unlimited
SURROGATE'S COURT
Bath, 1 i'\2&' Hvintf room, flreiitact,
view may be had for miles. Also
Notice to Creditor* to Prticat
Uinvns room, kitchen, ln\iiulvy, I>MIdiulutf room with Vercm^io floor,
Claims Against Estate
try.
PoBaibU two-bed room e.\)ii\nmodern kitchen and laundry and
ESTATE OF MARY GENOVESE, DEnititi, Two-cnr KuraKe. Asking $11.two hedroomi *nd bnth, all this en
CEASED.
275.
Ueniiifi K. Ityrne, Ken I tors,
the first floor. On t h e second floor
Pursuant to th* order of Edward C.
Broet?«, Surrogate of the County of MonItumaon. ilU l-llfiO."
ar« two suites, each containing m a s mouth. this day made, on thn application
ter bedroom, dressing room, a n d
of thfi undersigned, Peter E. Genovese,
ATLANTIC IllUHLANUS — Four-bed- Sole Executor of the estata of the said
tile bath. One of these 1ms a n extra
room hume, 1 '.-; biithn. Hot air heat. Mary Genovese, deceased, notice is herelarge bedroom with a fireplace. The
IliKh «lovfttion. It us tic, scenic. Reduced by givtn to th* creditors of Maid deha semen 1. which In n u t a ' a u c m e n t ,
(or quick snle to $i;j,f>OU, G.I. ftpprnisHl ceased to preterit to the said Sole ExecuIIIKIICI*
than HC11.UK price.
Dennis K. tor their claims under oath within' l U
because it U on ground level, on a
Hy rne, RcnltniH Rum son. RU 1-1150.^ month* from this date,
hilltide, contains a workshop, a
UUMSON WATER FRONT — Delightful
Dated: June Hth, 1955,
large activities area, a auramer
threa-bctlroom home, bath, insulated
PETER 1J. GENOVE3B,
oveniil. HuL witter oil hunt. Attached
kitchen for patio livlnir, and maid's
Box 314, R, V, D.,
tearuKG ; 1 '")i acres. r'rntiL terrace. HoHtbedroom t n d bath.
Two-car u«Keyport. N. J.
mil fe nc in if. Secluded locale,
Askinir
rage; automatic hot water oil heat,
S'io.OOU.
Dcnnir. K, Byrne, Realtors, Acplagatr Foster. Reussilla
it Cornwelt.
all copper plumbing.
The roof of
KuniHon. ItU 1 -11 no._^
Red Hank, New Jersey.
this horns Ii of slate. Situated on
RUMSON—"I'.iTiiVrca." Uvlnv room, dinAttorneys.
$10.91
in ir room, kitchen, den, powder room.
Ha acres of land, adjoining beautiMONMOUTH COUNTY
Enclosed
porch,
two
patios,
four
bedful Scenic drive, in t h e Highlands.
rooms, two baths, Radiant hent. Two-cnr
SURROGATE'S COURT
Under priced a t 150,000. Sic walkKftniue,
AHkiiiK I4U.&0U.
Dennis K.
Notlca to Creditors to Pretest
Byrne. Ueiiltnm. Itunisnn, RU 1-1150."
t r ft Walker, Realtors, 661 Broad
Claims Af almt Estate
KUMSON—Colonial three-bedroom home.
•t. ( Shrewsbury. HE 6-6212,
ESTATE OF MARY A. TAYLOR. DETwo batiiH, liv'mie room, lirenlH.ce; dinintr room, kitchen, den. Heated sun- CEASED.
Pursuit nt to tha order of Edward C.
[lorch.
Hot water oil bent. Detached
two-citr Karate. Ahkin^ f'J4,000, Den- Broege, .Surrogate of the County of MonRUMSON—Da luxt ranch hous* on
nis K. Uyrne, Rcnltors, Rumson, KU mouth. this day made, on the application
\\'z icrei.• Everything about this
of thn undersigned, Alston Beekman, J r . ,
1-1 IfiO."
home ia large.
Three bedroom*,
Executor of the estate of t h a ts.14
MONMOUTH COUNTY—At last you can Hal*
Mqry A. Taylor, deceased, notice [a heretwo tilt biths, living room, dining
hnvo just whnt you want. If we do by
to tha creditors of anld deceased
room, kitchen, den with nrtplace and
not have ft among our many fine list- to given
to the laid Sole Executor,
ings, we will gladly find it for you. Many theirpresent
powder room. Two-car sirage. Many
under oath within six
iiuuHes and lots for oalo at fitir prices. months claims
from this date.
•had* trees on ths property. Brand
I'. A (Illinium, .Ir.. rt. afi, Ltonnrda*
Dated: June '28th, 1955.
new, ready for Inspection. Asking
AT 1-048K or AT 1-090^ eventnits.
ALSTON BEEKMAN. JR.,
RUMSON "WATER
FRONT LOT —
$38,000. Walker A Walker, Realtor*,
.1.1 Rumnon. Roitd,
70'xl 17',
HiKh ground with t r e t i ,
Li-.tie Silver, N. J.
861 Broad st., Shrewsbury. RE «S3,800. Lot 80'xltO'. Asking S800. Cor6212.
ner lot. fiS'xlOO', near river, price.. | 1 . - Alston Btekman, Jr.,
10
Broad
Street.
2ftO.
All utilities.
O n Agency, 19
Red Bank. K. J,
VP\ River rd. Ku 1-IUO.
...
Attorney.
ll0.il
RED HANK HARGAINI—Enjoy
this
VAN HOHN — Ssven-room .ranch
NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT
well-built
home,
residential
location.
house.
Brick and frame. HalfThi-co la rue, cool bedrooms with spaOF ACCOUNT
acre,
Three bedroom*, i\_ tiled
i^ioviN cloflcts. hrcczy suii|)orch. fireplnce,
ESTATE OP ANTHONY EOSSE. an I n t'clliu', IUIKO kitchen and f! inline room.
baths, den, laundry, automatic (J.E.
competent,
Owner
leaylng
area.
Sacrifice,
SKJ.500.
range. Garage; 120,600, Ray Van
Notice i« hereby (liven t h a t the « • • .
Liberal financing, Adams Agency. HE
Horn, Fair Haven, R B 6-4100.*
counts, of the subscriber, aubstituted
0-5 008,
16 East Ucrgen I>i. "-4-ln
ITtiardlan of the estate of laid Incomservice."
petent, will ba audited and Hated b y
NON-VETKRANS ATTENTION 1 — Not the Surroattte of the County of MonDEFINITE BARGAIN!—Four bedveteran? Lack the deposit 7 But can' mouth and reported for settlement to T h *
jmy approximately $110 monthly for ten Monmouth County Court, Probate Dirooms. Spacious iev«n-room coyeitni. then pay approximately S82 the vision, on Tuesday, the Ninth day of
lonial. Two tiled bathi, fireflac*.
temuliulcr of mortKnKe. With practically August. A U., 1955. at 10 A. M.. » t
Beautiful Formica kltchtn. Brcez.eno money, you can buy this lovely which time application will be made for
three-!»e<i room rancher. Finished cellar the allownnco of commission* aad counway. Basement; oil heat. Garage;
floor, drnpcis, combination windows. N«.\t sel fees.
118,500. Ray Vsn Horn, Fair Hato I'm-kwny. Won't last, HS no mnrtgaK*
Dated: J u n i 29th. A. D., 1953.
ven,
RE 6-4100.* '
iliinlifyiiiK necessary.
Adams Agency. LONG BRANCH BANKING COMPANY
KE 6-501J8.
16 East Bergen nl, "24By: William P. l-'leckner.
houf wcrvicft."
Cashier and Trust Officer,
LonK Branch. New Jersey, . „
RIVER OAKS—SlxToom
rancher.
$150 ONLY!—Yes veterans! That's the
Substituted Guardian.
- .Fireplace, recreation room ; Karaite.
nmount needed the day you move in
thin lovely tree-traded two-bedroom Cape Messrs. Potttr A Fisher,
Washer, Rail fencing; 910,500. Other
Attorneys at Law,
culnniitl.
Cellnr,
cednr-lined
closets.
Red
Kiver Oaks homes to $27,000. Some
495 Broadway,
Bank aren
Aitproxlmately $74 monthly
Long Branch. V. J.
$12.40
with four bedfoomi. Ray Van Horn,
pays all. Why rent? Be the ".inir of
the Mnnor nm\ relnx hy utilir.in(c your
Fair Hav«n. RE 6-4100.*
NOTICE
vetetnn'n benefit.
Only few left. Call
now for npnnlntment, AdHtim Agency, RE TO: GARDEN STA.TE FOOD CLUB. ^ ~
li-:«09S. lfi Kast Bergen pl. "Always
TAKE NOTICE that JAMES J. GAM*
VAN HORN REALTORS — Near
«lie n ^
BACORTO. tradlnjr as JIMMIE'S SUN- .
River Oaks. Tries; 1 \_-story resSERVICE STATION, will Mil at *
V ^ E R A N ' S ATTENTION I—Cape colon- OCO
to satisfy garag* kifPv.'
idence. Four bedrooms, two lovely
ial.
Patio, planter walls, fireplace, publicli«nauction
on Friday, July 8. 1935. at—
cellar with cool recreation room, ex- er'a
baths, Dine den, oil hent, basement,
11:00 A. M., at th* servlca station a ^ t
pitnaion
attic;
?J
1,700,
Red
Bank
area.
Uarnge,
Screened porch; $1 fi.tiOo.
1ST Riverside Avenue. Red Bank, Nam-.
Nothing down for veteratm. Approxi- Jtrsey
194S International thr**£*^
Hay Van Horn, Fair Havsn. RE 6mately $72 pays all. This Is the buy! quarter on*
ton Fane! Truck, Motor No*Phone
now. Bring- deposit I Adams GRD 214/2667.
HI
No. 63406. M d V
AKency UK 0-509K. If*. East Beruan pl. KB 2 The snld Serial
automobile may b*
"24-Hour Service."
nt Jimmio'K Sunoco Service Station
the
place
where
th«
tale
will b* h«14a*n
LITTLE
SILVER
BARGAIN!
—
Breezy
A SWIMMING POOL— Cabatisi and
rambling, practically new rancher with 1ST Riversldt Avenue, Red Bank, N a w a brook feature this acre prop'j£
ov*p i-jj-ncre ground.
Two larse bed- Jersey.
erty, Six-room ranch house. Two
roomn, "enetian blinds, ninire. com binSERVICE STATIONJr-'
ntion windows nnd screens, shade, trees. JIMMIES SUNOCO
tiled bnthi. Oversized double g a IS7
Riverside
Avtnut.
—
-'
Excellent materials and construction.
rajre. Owner moving t o Florida. OfBank. New Jersey. ' • • 1
Only $12,900, NothitiK down veternna. KLATSKY & Red
KLATSKY. Attorneya. "IT/
fers Invited. Ray Van Horn, Fair
LEbenil flnanrint.', Adnm.s Ageney. RE
Red Bunk. ls\ J,
S7.A."
K-MMI8, 10 Kant Bercen pl. "24-Hour
Haven. RB 6-4100."
NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT
—T
MS'—Furnished
IHIIIKUIOVV.
Four
OF ACCOUNT
:Z.
rooms, siMernciI porch, targe Mtchen
BOATMAN'S PARADISE — Water
ESTATE OI1 JOHN J. LEAHEY. *>••
with
new
electric
hot
water
heater,
rubCEASED.
front acre. S«v«n-room colonial.
ber tiled door. Venetian blinds, oil furNotice Is hereby given that the acGracious 15x25 -foot living room,
nace shower.
Priced for quick sale! counts of the subscriber. Sol* Executrix.,
SB.S00
Ott Aneiiry. 10 West River rd., of the estate of said Deceased, will Wettwo baths, Formica kitchen. Oil
llurmon.
RU
1-1140.
audited and stated by the Surrogate1 Ot
heal,
Garage,
Asking
9*29,500,
the County of Monmuuth and reported
lUy Van Horn, Fair Haven. UK 6HOUSK OF THK WEE^—Officer
for settlement to The Monmouth County
4100."
Court, Probate Division, on Tuesday, the)'transferred.
Lot 5O.\2.'rO. ttariieu
Nineteenth day of luly. A, D., 1956. "M
1
has
everything .
Three-bedroom
10 o'clock A. M.. «C which t!m« Applicahomo w ith stove nnd refrifferntor.
tion will be made (or the allowance o '
FAIR HAVEN SPLIT-LEVEL-Good
commissions and counsel fees.
New
hot
water
oil
heat.
Basement.
neighborhood.
Immediate occuDated: June l l t h . A. D.. 1958. •
House newly painted white with
pancy. Seven rooms, tiled bath, exGRACK CRAP,
h|nek trim. To sell fnst, only M l . R3.65. 110th Street.
tra lavatory, den, three bed rooms.
Forest Hills, Long Island;
'
J
OD,
E.vclusiva
wit
I]
Tho
Massar
Formic* kitchen. Garnge; JlT.oUO.
New York.
_.;,<
Aveiu-y. UK r . . H i l . KE 1-1664 or
Other »plU-tevcl» Irum
SlC'iUD.
Sole Executrix,
... %
.•
X'U o-2216, 24-houi* phono service.
Mesara. Roberta, Plllsbury
Kuy VMI Horn, Fair Haven. R E
&.
Carton.
•
6*4100.*
A t t o r n e y s at Law.
ATTRACTIVE- IDUR-UEDHUOM ; twoAtlantio Highlands,
vuf tfHi'nue. runch-typs house; 116,800.
N e w J«r««r.
tn.T ,
t'all KB H-1034.
VETERANS! — This Fair Haven,
LITTLE SILVER—Land 150x100. Beauthr«e*bedruom ranch house at
tifully lnndscapcd. Older home, nil on
113,500 Bhuuld curry a 100% G.U "no
See Classified Display
floor Studio living room with fireloan. Flreplaco, dishwasher, Gam fie, place,
three bedrooms,
two baths.
CilhBNed-ln nun porch, Price Is right lot
Othira, 114,000 to I'J0,000. Ray Van
nuiek Mile; $13,500. The Ma«ar Agency.
Next P«f•
Horn, Fair'Haven, RB 6.4100."
RR fl-St?i. KR 1-lsf.i or VH o - ^ i f t
24-hour phone service,
RED BANK REGISTER, JULY 7,1955
Rage
BJEAL ESTATE FOB SALE
MODERN RANCH
$8,900
NO MONEY DOWN
Beautiful 2 bedroom ranch, large livine
room with picture window, modern
.clence kitchen, fULL BASEMENT, oil
heel, only out year old. nicely landicaped lot. V«a NO MONEY DOWN.
CiviliHtii. NO MONEY DOWN, p«y liko
rent. Cull TODAY.
FAIR HAVEN LOT
$1,000
REAL ESTATE FOB BALE
REAL ESTATE FOB SALE
COOL
C6ED AUTOMOBILES FOB SALE HELP WANTED
SUMMER COOLERS
BUYS
THE HOT WEATHER
CHEMICAL or MECHANICAL
CUSTOM BUILT Stons Cottaea on larga
landscaped corner in Fair Haven—
beautiful windows throughout. Living
FOR THE FAMILY — Do you UK\K * room—Dining Room combination has
hobby, we have just, (he house for fireplnee. Deluxe kitchen, two large
you. I)*rk roiini for Uad. KM rdim for bedrooms and bath, shuttered patio,
Mom. paneled «nme room for the attached garage. $20,500.
children. Also deeji freeze. Beautifully
decorated—3 bedroom', bath and iioiv- TALL PINKS, exquiiite ground* and
Hardens in the heart of Little Silver.
der room. Excellent location.
fJood looking brick and frame, cm torn
liuilt home. Center hall. 24'x26' living
BRAND NEW — 3 Bedrooms. 2 baths— room with fireplace «nd view, 2 extra
new built in electric oven and ratiRP, loi'Kc bedrooms—each has 2 clostta, tiled
kitchen,
Attached
Full cellm- ideal for game room with b.ilh, charming
parade. Homu is entirely air-conditioned.
outside Pntio living. J24.00O.
Excellent buildinr lot 50x150 located
on fine residential alreet. Fhorce HOW. DEAD END — Nice street for chidren
near schools and shopping, convenient
COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES
for com muter. 3 lied rooms. - bailie.
Colonial, choice neighborhood. Asking
$12,500
523,000.
SUBMIT YOUR OFFER
ENGAGEMENTS
ENGINEER
IS MELTING OUR
PRICES! TAKE A
LOOK
AT THESE
OK USED CAR
TOP ESTATE AREA In Little Silver.
Over Z acres gorseoui ground* with
dock and some river frontage. 4 bedroom*, 2 bathi, Coloniat. lovely icreentd
porch. Also, adorable 6 room cottage
with attnched garngf. AH thii for
$3.1,000.00.
|
VALUES.
Excellent opportunity for advancement in permanent commerical work /or one qualified
in design, development and
production of pressurizing
equipment such as air conditioners and dehydrators applicable to radio and TV coaxial transmission line and
cable service. Should have
specialized training in this
field and be able to manage
department.
Sandra Elaine Smith
Fall Bride-to-Bc
Student Nurse'*
Engagement Announced
LITTLE SILVER—Mrs. Ruth T>.
Lundquist, 20 South Sunnycrest dr.,
announces the engagement of her
daughter. Miss Sandra Elaine.
Smith, to Albert Edwin Burdge,
Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Edwin
NEW BRUNSWICK—Announcement is made ol the engagement
of Mise Eileen Marie Clark of this
city, daughter of Mrs. William R.
Burga, and Robert Largey, fireman first class, U. S. Navy, son of
WEISS
CLOTHES
31 Broad St., Red Bank
Clearance
CAPE COD - - 6 room d^ollinir in nice
neishborhood. LiviiiK mom with fire- HANDSOME FARM ESTATE Sn the rolCommunication Products
place, washer, refriiferntor and stove
ling hillx of Middlelovrn. Old Colonial
included. Attached gorane and full base- home, 2 living rooms—on* has beamed
Company, Inc.
ceiling, fireplace, dining room, pine
menl. |14,.!50.
kitchen, lavatory, laundry, S matter bed- SPECIAL OF THE WEEK
Marlboro, N. J.
rooms, bflth, oil heat. Gueat Cottage hai
EXCEPTIONALLY FINK COLONIAL — ,t rooms, bath, oil heat, 2 car garage,
Phone—FReehold 3-1880
Kstate lettinn, attractive sun porch, tonl lioune, bnrn and atable. IE acria
SHREWSBURY $9,500
den, powder room, large kitchen. Living permanent pasturei, $47,500.
1954
FORD
Ask for
Room-flreiilHce,
Dining
Itoom
3
BedNO MONEY DOWN
rooms, 2 bntt.8. Full cellar opem on
Col. Orsinger
Civilians can buy this I BEDROOM attractive teeludcd grounds. $47,500.
Colonial with NO MONEY DOWN. Liv.
ROLSTON WATERBURY
inp room, beautiful kitchen, FULL
2 DOOR
BASEMENT extra lilt lot, suras*, lo*
cated near schools, transportation and
REDDEN
AGENCY
BUSINESS NOTICES
store!. OWNER WANTS IMMEDIATE
REALTOR
1NSUROR
HEATER-BEAUTIFUL BLUE
SALE. Inipcct TODAY,
Adorable 'J bedroom ranch hume, located in finest Bection of town on bcnuliful lot laipe livliii? room, modern dream
kitchen. FULL BASEMENT, oil heat,
GARAGE. We can finance. VETS NO
MONEY DOWN. Inspect and submit
your offer. IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY.
S BEDROOM RANCH
$10,399
301 Maple Ave.
MORTGAGES
RED BANK, N. J.
NO MONEY DOWN
Only $65.00 per month Includes •veryUiinK for VET irleamlnir 3 bedroom
ranch, tile bftth, huue living room, extra larRe kitchen with loads of CABINETS automatic hent. EXPANSION ATTIC. Landscaped lot NEW HOUSE Act
last this won't last.
LOTS OF LOTS
:
Glittering; Entrliih CENTER HALL, 3
bedrooms, livinc ronm with I1'] ELI)
STONE fireplace side enclosed porch,
DIKING ROOM, modern kitchen, full
BASEMENT, oil heat, ICECKKATION
SOOM, patio, eamKe, excellent lmi'Iscaped lot in finest section of town. We
FINANCE ANYWAY YOU LIKE. Owner
forced to sell. PHONE IMMEDIATELY.
HOLIDAY REALTY CO.
S7 Monmoutli St.—Carllon Theater Bide.
24 Hour.
HOLIDAY ACRES OF
NEW SHREWSBURY
COLORED VETERANS
NO MONEY DOWN
;
ABOUT $69 PER MONTH
LUXURIOUS
RE 6-3500
Realtors
1953 Chevrolet Hardlop
YACHTSMAN'S
1949 Chevrolet 4-dr.
PARADISE
19-17 Chevrolet 4-dr.
brand new ranch house on nearly an
it ere. Beautifully landscaped 200 feet
of bulkhearled waterfront on Sh/ewibury
Located on private road at end
DEPENDABLE REAL ESTATE Kiver.
of Litlc Silver Point, this superb house
is custom built, all brick and 91 feet
hum. Den has miseri-hearth tile fireSERVICE
place mid selected Knotty Pine wall
lilarikitiir. IJvmtf rnum lian Hlmllnr fireltlivcc imJ exquisite Philippine Mahogany
IA TA1K HAVEN liuinc of »i.t rooms wall jilfinKink' which ii alsu used on
plu» u laiKe breezcwuy, attuelieil K»f- UiniiiK room walls. Three spacious bediBo lind full dry collar. Lnifc Iril wllli rooms, two ultra modern baths, one
ii'&utiful tiee&. Convenient to schools wltli dresEintf room. Knotty Pine Kitchen
nnd tniditlonnl dining area featuring
nd buses. Goud value a t $1&000
spiicious cnbinet nnd drawer space.
• TWO ACHES for a Burden and flowers, Double roof, exterior hand-spltt shingles.
a liver to tail on. » amall town to Complete liojiec plastered and iniulsted.
ilioti in nnd friendly people yon'il want ii-car Karate. Kin tf atone walks and ter*
to live near. Substantially built Dutch races ovcrlooliinjf water. Only 40 minutes
Colonial with four bedrooma. A eon- rom Newark, 60 Cram New York, near
rr. station,
cnienl and lovely location. II you ticltools. till o I) pl ne. ocean,
A renl buy for
•want the very beet for your fitmlly (itinJcn StnteatPar,kway.
S49.950. Open for inthis LITTLE SILVlill homo should be SOMEONE
spection
Sn.t.
&
Sun,
afternoon
or
interest to you. Asking S'jy.GOU.
any other time by appointment. Phone
KEri Dank 6-3112 for appointment or
Pictures o£ the [ollowiug
write for descriptive brochure.
102 W. FRONT ST.
(Ample Parking)
RED BANK 6-2240
1949 Ford 2-dr.
Rr,
24 HOUR SERVICE
ATTENTION BUYERS — We have t>• cllitlei to handle 100 tier cent Gl
loans.
30 WHITE STREET
1951 Plymouth 2-dr,
:
Radio and heater,
SERVICE
the home you can
BUILD YOURSELF
Pre-cut, complete with plans and
titin instruction*. Vour choke of
window* nml door styles. OptfonnJ
plani. build It Yourself or let us
It for you.
erec
roof,
floor
erect
PRICES START At $1,770
—All Financing Arranged—
MAR BRU HOMES
GARDEN STATE
SWIFT HOMES
Port-au-Peck
595.
Radio and heater. Auto. tram.
1953 Plymouth 4-dr. '
1095.
Radio and heater.
OK USED TRUCKS
1949 Dodge l l / a ton Rack
495.
RED BANK 6-3800
CIRCLE CHEVROLET
325 MAPLE AVE.
RED BANK 6-3800
Open Evenings
THE
PLACE In
'51 Ford 1 Ton Express
975.
MONMOUTH COUNTY
TO SHOP FOR
Ford Cus. 2-ttr. & 4-dr. 1195.
Sedans. Both equipped with
o-matic.
Ford-
1395.
A
1495,
USED CAR
Kord-o-matic.
•MODEL HOME OPEN DAIL.Y
Hiawatha Ave.
315.
1951 Studebaker 4-dr.
895.
'53 Ford Victoria
PORT-AU-PECK
815,990.
695.
Radio ani heater.
Exceptionally clean.
CALL RED BANK 6-4129
• S-Bedroom, Ranch Style Home. Lot
• 00x100, completely landscaped.
" Full basement, breezeway with tfnr- use. Baseboard hot water hent. 1 lit
; liatha, all tile. UullUin electric wall
» oveni. Vactory-made cabinets with
; formica tope. Buyer has choice of
. colors of interior anil cUciiur decor*
• ntlom.
No one^—but no one—can eompara
with Alar, when it cornea to quality
woriiu»i'.»hlu at budget pricail If
your furniture is ehabby and need!
reupliolaterinR
or If they need
new tlip oovere, cull Alan
. .
you'll (ret the linpKt for leal. Our
28 v«nr* exper'nnce In munufacturin« fine furniture l» at your nervic*
nlnnjr with one of the Inrtceit . .
most complete eelectlon of illp
cover motcrinta. CAII for our reuresentntive
. no obligation to
you He'll cive vou a free estimate
ann show rou it complete line of
fabrics from which rou mity choose.
1950 Nasli 4-dr.
'52 Ford Cus. 2-dr. FOM.
'53 Mercury 2-dr. Sedan
RED BANK, N. J.
24 HOUB
:
*
205.
'54 Ford 6 cyl. 2-dr. Sedan 995.
NO DOWN PAYMENT FOK G. I. Ranch
RIVER PLAZA — Vive minutei to Bed house on \k acre—Heeded nnd landBank railroad Italian or Garden State scaped. 3 bedrooms, large living room
parkway. Semi-bungalow. Living room, with loB-burniiiK fireplace, imtio. ovcrmodern kitchen, two bedrooms and bath. i i l nt-tached gurnge. Low taxes. Price
Stairway to expansion attic with full 915,000.
shed dormer, room for two large bed*
room* and bath, full basement. Price SIX BEDROOM HOUSE. Newly de511,995. No down payment for Vets.
corated 14 room home in good cont?2 monthly pays all. Closing cost $99. dition on acre plot, studded with trees.
ENcellant for large family located near
RED BANK — Good residential nelsh- new perochial nnd public schools. Liv. borhood, yet walkinff distance to ing room and jiarlor with fireplaces. New
town. Comfortable lix-room home In oil heating system. Sacrifice at $16,000.
tip-top condition, Full, dry basement,
oil fired heat, combination acreent and WATERFRONT Rumaon A compact
etorm iash, detached garage. An «xranch house located on South Shrewsocllent buy at $13,200. GX no down bury River—deep water. New dock. 3
payment.
bedrooms, living room with fireplace,
2 car garage with breezewny and ample
KATONTOWN — One-hatr acre In (storage space. Tn.\es 5160. 00. Asking
; country, yet eonveiiient to town. New price $21,000,
four-bed room Cane Cod home. Full, dry
tjaiement. 100 per cent GI loan avail- RELAX hV COOL COMFORT AFTER
able. $3,200 down—FHA. Price $15,500.
THAT HOT DAY IN THE CITY. 3
bedrooms, 2 bath, living room with lireZlTTLE SILVER — Opportunity ffor place. Situated' on expertly landscaped
; buyer willing to renovate. Two be aide barbaque pit. A cheerful small esrooms, semi-bungalow with large llvlni tate. Asking $29,500.
room, dining room, kitchen and »un
4)om, full basement, one-car garage.
SPACIOUS ALL BRICK HOUSE built 15
Asking price f 10,500. No l e n ' 1 1 "
yearn ago, construction excellent.
differ refused.
Large Itving room nnd dining room with
fireplaces. Colorful playroom with firePAIR HAVEN — Attractive split level, plnee in linscment. .1 herirunnift ami 2
C excellent location, convenient to school baths. M cur snvnse. Asking $33,500.
fctid bus. Garage and recreation room
• ifitb Javatory, larse Hv!nS room, dtn- WATERFRONT Exclusive. Little Silver
ialE room, kitchen, three comfortable
Point. Ultra Modern gracious colonial
bedroom a and tile bath. A real buy
- ncres. 300' waterfront with excelat JIT.500.
lent bulkhead nnd docli. Ltircc living
oom. Dining room -1 bedrooms nml 3
COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES — Dutch bathe, •! cur gam so, Super I) hindscap*
Colonial house fireplace, hot watet- ing, Khown by appointment only. AskIjrut, attached Karaite. Beautifully land- ing $52,000.
leaped lot 120'xl2O\ price 918,000.
i
Drapes and Cornicei
> a n l heaVtc.
PREFERRED
Thompson & Lefferis, Inc. '53
Dliplay localfH neit »!ile rl. 35—thict
milti louth ot Eatontown Circl«.
'53 Mercury Monterey 4-dr. 1595.
•Mercomatic
HOWLAND B. JONES
'53 Mercury Mont. Coupes 1695.
Motor Company
Mercomatic or Overdrirt, R.H.
100 Newman Springs Road
'54 Chevrolet Sta. Wagon 1750.
Ponerglide.
'54 Mercury 2-dr. Sedan
R.H. Overdrive.
RE 60910
1850.
Dealers of Quality Used Cars
Uk« n«w;
'52 Lincoln Hard Top Coupe
Fully equipped, very •porty.
in Red Bank for 27 Years
'52 Lincoln Capri 4-dr. Hydra.
BIT7 WHERE HEPUTVTION
n.H. WWT 4.<r»y Hit.
!
AND TOUR PROTECTION
51 Mercury Monterey Sedan
IS PARAMOUNT
OPEN EVENINGS
R.H. MeVcomatlc, puwer iteerinK,
power brakes, 4-way leat, WWT.
"BARGAINS"
'39 Plymouth Sedan
M7 Pontiao Sedan
75. HELP WANTED
175.
'47 Dodge Club Coupe
175.
HELP WANTED
M9 C.M.C. Parcel Delivery 200.
'50 Plymouth Club Coupe
'50 Siudc. "Commander"
BUDGET PRICES
Rcupliolstcring • Slip Covert
Mercomatic
RE 6-5141
'
Radin and han'tr,
850.
75 Wcsl Front Street
- at -
145.
Factory rebuilt engine.
homes, outstanding in their
D. W. MAY •
class, were published in the
1950 Chevrolet V2 ton Panel 395.
"HOUSE HUiNTING" magaLITTLE SILVER POINT RD. 1951 Ford y.2 ton Pick-up 625.
zine issued last week and on
Very clean.
LITTLE SILVER, N. J.
sale on all K.K. news stands.
Gel a copy and sec lov yourCall Our New Used Car Lot
self what is available to you i USED AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE
Telephone Number
at a realistic price.
'51 Mercury Club Coupe
QUALITY
445.
Radio and heater.
• BUILT ON A SMALL peiiiniula jutt-ltiif out into the Shrewtsbury iiivcr.
A- I
Of splendid architecture nnd fuahiuncd
by real craftsmen, thU Is a six room
rancher with three bedrooms ami two
S A F t SUYS
baths, Asking 515,OUU.
• YEAR 'ROUND home in the very center of boating on the Nurth Jersey
A.WUAL CLEAUAA'CE
Coast. View over the broad expanse of
the Shrewsbury Kivcr. Four feet depth
of ivnter at bulkhead. Value plus! AskLocal One-Owner Cars
ns S2'J,I0u.
• A RESIDENCE constructed for the
Prices
Greatly Kcducedt
builder's family. Considered ideal for
a retired couple. 1'loabunl neiKhbornood.
Near to the cool Navesink Kiver. Close
ShuMiinu no liroblem. Ask- '51 Chevrolet Club Coupe
695.
HOLIDAY REALTY CO, to buees.
S10.000.
rowerelide.
97 Monmouth St.—Carlton Theater Bids, • A REAL HUME in a tmul! town for
795.
family I i'lenty of livmtc ttiacc. '51 Ford Station Wagon
R£ e-ESSI
14 Houri Sixa lame
rooms with three bedrooms anil
two baths. Hot water oil heat. Neat- '51 Buick "Spec" 4-dr.
795.
schools, nil churches, stores and trans,
portation. Asking ;iu,u()U.
Bynadow.
AGENCY
1295.
Itadlo «nd heatar. Whltewall
tlr«. Fully taulpped.
Brand new sparkling Cape Cod. 2 Urge
bedrooms, modern knotty pin* kitchen,
tiled bath, llvincroom with picture irlndowi, full baiement, oil heat, expansion
attic, bit; land leaped lot. located on the
corner of HAKCE BOAD and CHEIlBY
STEEET, N«w Shrewsbury, N. J. Turn
aff Ntwmtn Spring! Road at Hance
Road.
WEART-NEMETH
Furnltun • Upholiterr • 911* C u m
ONLY 1195.
AGENCY
LITTLE SILVER $9,800
OR BEST OFFER
RE C-tSSi
RE 6-5G60
WILLIS CONOVER
Mlddlettmn 55x135 (1,000.
Little Silver 100x200 S2.00D.
Country Club 60x120 J1.650.
Shrewsbury 100x150 52,700.
APPRAISALS
16 West Front Street
MALE
Open Friday, till 9
Company b*n*fiti, paid vacation. 40
houri WMkly. Apply in piraon 9:30 to
11:10 a. m, Friday ind Monday.
WASHABLE
6" PORTABLE SAW ..._ 2.50
. 5.00
FLOOK SANDER
1.50
'/," DRILL
™
.......2.00
1/2" DRILL
.5.00
HAND PLANER
7.50
CHAIN SAW*..1
HEAVY BELT SANDER ......5.00
LIGHT BELT SANDER .
2.50
VIBRATOR SANDER ...
2.00
DISC SANDER
_.....3.00
LITTLE „ SILVER
LUMBER & SUPPLY CO
Sycamore Ave. - At the Railroad
Cotton & Nylon
CORDED i
j£—
Miss Julia R. Ammatura
Miss Shirley. E. Ferrlne
Miss Ammaturo attended HolmMiss Perrine, a graduate of Runidel township schools and was grad- son high school, is a student at
uated from Keyport high school. Beaver college at Jenkintown, Pa.
She is employed as an assistant Mr. Maggi, a Red Bank high school
bookkeeper with. Globe Petroleum graduate, is a senior at St. Peter's
company of Red Bank. Mr. Ab-college a t Jersey City,
batemarco, a Red Bank Catholic
high school graduate, is employed
by Charles P . Savoth company of
Crosby—Marek
Neptune.
Yes, believe It or not." 925 Down and
U-.50 per week, buya you a. '5E> Chevy
ind '55 Pontiacs priced as low as $1,995
ith the Cayway Motora sensational.
TIMES SALES PLAN
ORANGEBURG, S. C—Mrs. D.
Miss Joan Morgan '
Of Leonardo Engaged
-
42 montht to pay, Thla offer may b t
imlted. ao act quickly 1 NO GIMMICKS.
NO RED TAPE, NO TWO LOANS TO
PAY. Special attention to Servicemen.
On the apot delivery. Make only one
payment. Complete aervice included In
our on the premlaes modern aervlce
dept. Credit quickly approved by telephone.
Personal
credit
information
strictly .confidential.
LEONARDO—Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Morgan of Brevent and Highland aves., announce the engagement of their daughter. Miss Joan
F. Morgan, to William P. Snow, son
of Mrs. Mary Snow of Center ave.
Miss Morgan, a graduate of Red
Bank high school, is employed at
the Signal Corps Engineering laboratories in the Watson area at
Fort Monmouth. Mr. Sno K, who attended Middletown township high
school, is employed at Raritan arsenal at Metuchen,
TREMENDOUS
TRADE-IN
ALLOWANCES
If you owe any money on your old car.
Bayway wilt pay it on*. Thii ia one of
the most unusual plans ever offered,
ACT NOW WHILE THIS OFFER LASTS.
CALL ELIZ. 4-8188
COLLECT
CALL NOW!
THE BIG BAYWAY MOTORS
RT. t • ELMORA AVE.
At the Buway Traffic Circle
ELIZABETH, N. J.
FOR
RESULTS
(Male and Female)
Salary While Tralnins
»IOO. Tor Month
Ono Year
On-the-Job Traiiiluar Wilh Fay
.Starting October 1
At N. J.
State Hoapltali
.(Salirj lUlme After
Graduation)
$3880 - J.1480 '
CWSINO DATE FOR FILING
APPLICATIONS - AUGUST 6
Write Bureau of Fer«onnel
Oept. of In St. ft Aienclci
'l'l-anton, N. J.
Or A m i r a I, Lne«l N..T.S.E.S. Ofltea
USE
QUICK, EFFECTIVE
CLASSIFIED
WANT ADS
REG. 25.50
Engagement Told
Janet Epps Engaged
To Truccy Sinqlelon
C. Crosby ot 369 Bayne st. announces tha engagement of her
Little Silver
RE 6-3427
daughter, Miss Evelyn Crosby, to
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Epps ol Lieut,
(j.g.) Gardiner Marek, U.
Lcighlon ave. have announced the S Naval
Reserve, son of Mr. and
engagement of their daughter, Miss Mrs. Stanley
J. Marek of East
AUTOMOBILES
Janet LaRue Epps, to Tracey E. ave., Atlantic Highlands.
Singleton, Jr., son of Mr. and Mis.
Tracey E. Singleton of Leighton
Miss Crosby Is employed at the
ATTENTION!
ave. The parents of the, bride- U. S. Naval communication staelect honored the couple at an en- tion, Sixth Naval district headquarters in Charleston, S. C. She
YOU CAN AFFORD
also is the daughter of the late
'55 CHEVROLET
D. C. Crosby of Orangeburg. Lieut.
Marek Is station at the V. S. Na825 DOWN—812.50 Per Wk.
val Minecraft base in Charleston,
S. C, sci-iing aboard an LST.
I AVE HUNDREDS OF UOLLARI
NEW JERSEY WANTS
100 PSYCHIATRIC
TECHNICIAN TRAINEES
Ford Dealers for 51 Years,
PAIR HAVEN—Dr. and Mrs. C.
C. Perrine of River rd. announce
the engagement of their daughter,
Miss Shirley E. Perrine, to John S.
Maggi, son of Mr. and Mrs. John
Maggi of Broad St., Red Bank.
• Charges per Day •
MOUNT ENGLISH
RB M178
Shirley Perrine
Becomes Engaged
Little Silver Lumber
Tool Rental Department
RED BANK
•*»
KKYPORT—Mr. and Mrs. James
P. Ammaturo of state highway 35
announce the engagement of their
daughter, Miss Julia Rose Ammaturo, to Anthony M. Abbatemarco,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Cono of 89
North Bridge ave., Red Bank.
SHOPS, INC.
ENGLISH MOTORS
RE 6-4518
Julia Aniinaturo's
Engagement Announced
70 Suit!) Seventh Avenue
LUng Brunch 60350
SEARS ROEBUCK & CO.
MON'JOUTH STREET OPPOSITE
CARLTON THEATRE
Burdge of Orchard pi. A fall wed- Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Largey
of East Kcansburg. Their wedding
ding is planned.
Miss Smith is a graduate of Red is planned for January.
Miss Clark was graduated from
Bank high school, and is employed
by the Progressive Life Insurance Red Bank Catholic high school in
company of Red Bank. Mr. Burdge, 1952 and will be graduated from
also a graduate of the Red Bank St. Peter's hospital, school of nurshigh school, served two years in ing, in September. Her fiance, also
the Army and is in the garage bus- a Red Bank Catholic high school
graduate, is stationed at Norfolk,
iness with his father.
Va.
ALAN UPHOLSTERY
All Day Saturday
SALES C O .
Miss Eileen M. Clark
For Quality, Price & Selections Call
475. Saliunan with national rttail organization. Muit fat hlsh ichool graduate
475. and rttidsnt of Monmouth County.
t Door.
Miss Sandra E. Smith
MlM Janet Eppt
gagfunent party Saturday at their
home.
Miss Eppa was graduated from
Middletown township high school.
Mr. Singleton was graduated from
Red Bank high school and Is serving: in the Navy.
Crawford—Briggs
Engagement Told
FREEHOLD—Mr. and Mrs. Aloystus F. Crawford of Stokes st. announce the engagement of their
daughter Rosemary to Alexander
Brlggs, Jr., son of Mr, and Mrs.
Alexander Briggs of Laurence Harbor.
Nancy McQueen to Be
Miss Crawford Is a graduate of
Married Next Month
Freehold Regional high school and
la employed by Bell Telephone comWASHINGTON, D. C.—Mr. and pany. Her fiance la employed by
Mr». Stanley W. McQueen of this the Miller Industry in Morgan.
place have announced the engagement of Mr. McQueen's daughter,
DOUBLE CELEBRATION
Nancy Leo, to Lieut...(j.g.) Paul I.
Jacobson, U.S.N.R., son ot Mr, and MORRISTOWN — Miss Patricia
Mrs, Leimo A, Jacobson of Hough- Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R.
ton, Mich,
B. Miller, Frencau ave., Matawan,
Miss McQueen is a graduate of was guest of honor June 29 at a
Middletown township high school surprise miscellaneous shower givand Patricia Stevens Finishing en by her bridal attendants, Miss
school in Washington. She was Susan Miller, Matawan, and Miss
formerly personal secretary to Sen, Gloria Green, South Branch, at tho
Alexander Wiley of Wisconsin and nurses' residence, Morrlstown Memis now associated with the Wash- orial hospital, Miss Miller, who is
ington executivo offices of North on the nursing staff of tho hospital,
will become the bride of Edward
American Airlines.
Abbot Franco of North Branch in
Lieut Jacobson la a graduate of September. The occasion also
the Michigan college of mining and marked the ISth birthday of Miss
technology, where be waa a mem- Susan Miller, who also was surber of Kappa Delta Psi and Chiprised when presented a largo
Epsilon fraternities, He Is stationed birthday cake and gifts. Attending were guests from South Branch,
in Charleston, S. C.
Branch, Summit, Elizabeth,
The wedding will take place AUK. North
Marriatown and Matawan.
3T in Washington,
TROPICAL
SUITS
REG. 34.50
95
ALSO
SPECIAL GROUP
HABERDASHERY,
REDUCED
PRICES
31 BROAD ST.
RED BANK
WEISS
CLOTHES
OTHER STORES:
PRINCETON
SOUTH AMBOY
BED BANK REGISTER, JULY 7, 1955
Page Eleven
Marks 90th Birthday
America's favorite Children's
Shoes at greatly
reduced prices
wtekJaAown
SEMI - ANNUAL
Newberry't Summer Clearance Serf* Will Heally Make Your Budget
Happyl Hundrods and Hundrods of tint Quality Items — for the Family
and Home—Have Boen Specially Kedutodl You'll Save Like Never Before!
Boys' Play Shorts
Girls'
Ladies'
Prints and Solids
Bathing Suits
Bathing Suits
Sizes 2 to 8
39c to 44c
33
Boys' Gabardine
Shorts
through July 23
Mother, here's your chance to
Make the buy of the season in
this special group of children's
shoes.
Famous Buster Browns . . . . shoes
that fit, really fit . . . at wonderful
savings.
Come early for best selections,
all are wanted patterns in most sizes.
Also on sale!
Glamour Debs
Flats and Casuals
4"
BUY NOW
AND SAVE
3
99
Red Bank
HARRY ORffNWAlD, Prop.
17 W H I T E
Just off Brood St.
•
STREET
Rear Entrance off Woolworth Arcade
Mr«. Emm* Jahn
RUMSON—Mrs. Emma Jahn cel- Bruce, Paul May and son Kenneth,
ebrated her BOth birthday Tuesday Mrs. Irene G-attis, Mrs. Anna Cioat a birthday party at '.he home of ffl, Mrs. Gertrude Davis, Mrs. May
her grandson, William D. Cromey Coffey, Mrs. Doria Riordan, Mrs.
of Park ave. Mrs, Jahn moved to Mary O. Howland, Mrs. Edith Croft,
| Rumaon 30 years ago, following the Mrs. Elmer Ether, Mrs. Margaret
death of her huaband, Charles Morrell, Mrs. Katherine Maxson,
Jahn. For several years ahe lived Mrs. Ella White, Misa Josephine
with her daughter, Mrs. C. Cromey, Abblntti, Rev. Kenneth Magner, Jr.,
and following her death, went tn and William Clalr,
livo with her grandson.
Mra. Jahn wan born in New York
Matawnn
city in 1865 at the close of the Civil
war. Her father, the late David Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bucco
Vrooland, returned from fighting and children Robert and Gloria
with Gon. Sherman in the Battle have returned after spending R
of Gettysburg, when his daughter week with her father on Long Iswas three weeks old. Mrs. Jahn's land,
mother was the late Catherine
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hup and
Banks Vrceland.
children Linda, Susan, Kathy and
Donna
have returned after spending
Mrs, Jahn ia a member of the
Eastern Star and a charter mem- a week Rt Wildwood.
ber and oldest living of the Amar- The following families have reanth lodge. She also is a member turned to their homes after spendof the Runwon Presbyterian ing a vacation In the same colony
church.
'
at Point Pleasant: Mr. and Mrs.
Party guest* were Mr. and Mrs. Goorse Mongon and children Peter,
Otto Strohmenger, Mr. and Mrs. George, Kathy nnd Marilyn, former
George Havens, Mr, and Mrs. Ira residents of the Green and White
D. Emery, Mr. and Mrs. Richard village, who now live in Plalnfleld,
J. Rogers, Dr. and Mrs. Stephen and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hanna and
! Casagrando, Mr. and Mra. Victor children Douglas and Robert, !<r.
W. Emery and daughter Carole and Mrs. Angus Davis and children
Ann, Mr, and Mrs. Stanley Osmul- Richard, JoAnn and Robert, Mr.
ski and sona John and Peter, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Fries and children
and Mrs. William D. Cromey and Doion, Patricia and Carol, all of
daughters Anne Marie and Alice, Green and White village.
Mr. and Mra. Raymond Sanborn
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Prcstl and son
and family.
Paul, • Jr., are enjoying a vacation
Mrs, Marie Hellker and daughter in Wisconsin.
Betay, Mrs. Charlotte Martin and
Mr. and Mrs. Gerard Artelll and
sons, Mrs. Hobard Leonard and son son Ronald are visiting Mr. and
Mrs. John Artelli and family in
Denver, Colo.
Mrs. John Lockwood, Sr., has returned home after being a surgical
patient in Fkkin hospital. Sunday
guests were Mrs. Charles Frankelsteirr, and Mrs. Edna Ducr, both
of Easton, Fa.
Miss Patricia Egon flew to Washington, D. C, Sunday to visit her
fiance, Pvt. Donovan E, Lent, a
patient in Walter Reed hospital.
Miss Susan Miller has returned
to her home on frencau ave, after
•pending ten days as guest of her
lister, Miss Patricia Miller, nurses'
residence, Morrlstown Memorial
hospital. While there she did volunteer work in the hospital.
Linda and Leslie Lockwood,
daughters of Mr. and Mrs. John W.
Lockwood, Jr., have returned to
their home on Frencau ave. after
spending a week as guests of their
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mra. William Griffiths at their .summer home
In Newburgh. Louise Lockwood has
been visiting her uncle and aunt,
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Darby, Port
Monmouth.
Mr. and Mrs. George Carnes and
Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Skinner
were Sunday supper gueeU of Mr.
and Mrs. John W. Lockwood, Jr.
During July and AugUBt there will
be only one service at 9:30 a. m.,
with church school at 9:30 a. m. a3
usual at the Presbyterian church.
The men of the church were In
charge of the entire service Sunday, while Rev. Chester A. Galloway was away. Joseph Dietrich
preached the sermon, "The Faith
of Our Fathers," and he was assisted by Walter Swanson and Lee
Lucas.
THIS IS NOT A DEVELOPMENT!
The Sensational—First of its Kind
COLONIAL
OAKS
IN
BEAUTIFUL SHREWSBURY
r
HOME ECONOMICS
RANCH-SPLIT
LEVEL
8 ROOMS
2 LIVING ROOMS
STYLING
$
17,500.
NO MONEY DOWN
1% BATH ROOMS • 3 BEDROOMS
30-year mortgage for veterans —
good terms for non-veterans.
2-CAR GARAGE
MODEL HOME OPEN DAILY
PAVED STREETS e ALL UTILITIES
ACRE PLOTS
NEAR CHURCH-SCHOOL-BUS LINE TRAIN
SALES AGENT:
12 to 5, 7 re 9, including Saturdays and
Sundays. Furnished and dtcorattd by
Macy's. New York.
DIRECTIONS
From Red Bank, south of Rt, 35 (Broad St.)
to trafflo light at Sycamore Ave., Shrewsbury
(Old Christ Church). Left an Sycamore Ave.
ana one-half mile to West End Ave. Turn
left to modrl homo.
BUILDERS' REALTY CO.—PHONE RED BANK 6-4787
. .Core Preserve* Park Cottons
Everyone has accepted and likes
the wonderful dark cottons that
provide comfortable and fashion
right costumes nearly the year
around. Today we live casually and
demand fabrics that wear well
without calling for extensive care..
Many of these dark cottons have
been especially t treated to resist
wrinkles and shrinking, as well as
to repel spots and stains. Also,
they are washable and thote with
wrinkled or puckered effects require little or no Ironing.
However, Mrs. Lorna K. White,
home agent, for Monmouth county,
gives advice on laundering care
that will keep your ark cottons
new and smart .looking through
the seasons. When dark cottons
show signs cf any grease stains,
do sonic spot removing before
laundering by sponging with a solvent, such as carbon tetrachlorldo.
For best results, dark cottons
should be washed separately from
the rest of the laundry so no lint
from white fabrics will cling to
them says the agent.
On colored cottons of this type,
use warm, not hot, water with mild
soap flakes. Always ho certain tho
garment is completely rinsed to remove all traces of soap. Light
starching may bo needed unless
tho cotton has a permanent starchless finish. To avoid any shine, be
careful to do, all Ironing on the
wrong side. If touching up needs
to ba done on the right side, be
certain to use a press cloth.
World Record
There is no orllclal world record, but two pounds Is a big rock,
bass. The average Blue, however, I
ono-half pound.
Sim 6 to 10
rt*. 1.00
63
Boys' Nylon Pucker
Sport Shirts
Siiet 4-5-6
rtg. 1.19
A.tt
1 Pc. Bloomer Style
rtfl. 2.29
| .11
Some rhinestont
rtej. 1.9i
J.77
Sport Shirts
97'
Boys' Cabana Suits
1"
re*. 1.59-149
Sizes 4 to 14
Sizes 3-ix
88'
Striped Polos
re* * " - " c
Sixes 4 to 14
3 to 6x
rtg. 1.39
99'
Girls' No-Iron
58
Small - Medium • Large
Knit and Broadcloth
Q 7
e
Play Suit
Indian Blankets
Just the ideal item
for beach or camp.
.59
Shorts
7-14
reg. 1.91
Red . Khaki
Girls' Shorts
3-6x
88<
Girls' Poplin
Pedal Pushers
A real value
reg. 1.98
Sizes 7-14
.77
For Picnics and
Barbecues.
Ladies' Poplin
Pedal Pushers
rtg. 2.91
Sizes 10-11
Sport Caps
reg. 59c
4 4 '
White Cloth
All Sizes
Many Styles
rtg. ,2.91
2
47
FOR 4.88
Sport Caps
With sequins, etc.
XQ,
W W-
VISIT OUR
NEW
SNACK BAR !
2"
LADIES'
Summer Play
SHOES
This includes our
tntire stock of
Shoes and Sandals.
Sizes 4'A to 9
Some 10s
rt,. 1.91
Many styles
to select
Shop In
Air Conditioned
Comfort
The Coolest
Spot In Town
J. J . NEWBERRY CO.
^^
1
^./7
Ladies'
10-tfc. bag
Feather Weight
Cool Mesh
77
reg. 1.00
1
Charcoal
LADIES'
SLEEVELESS
39.no 98' Cotton Print
DRESSES
Ladies'
I
Girls' Bermuda
NOW
reg. 1.00
NOW
rtg. 3.91
Ladies' Colton
Halter
Fancy Jacquard
4-fb. bag
Jumper Pedal
Pushers w M
Nf."i.tl
Ideal for beach
•nd pool. Be
protected from
athletes foot.
64"x76"
Now
Girls' Navy Blue
with White Binding
Shower Clods
rtg.
Ladies' Stripped
Wooden
NOW
-88
9 to 16.
No-iron Cotton
reg. 1.49
rtej. 79e
4
Pedal Pushers Jumper Shorts
rag. 2.91
88'
Boys* Short Sleeve
Good assortment of
Ladies' Stripped
3 to 6x
rtg. 1.00
alto Denim and Plaid Trim
OHitn at
Lastex Failles and
Girls'
Midriffs
Sizes 3 to 6
reg. 1.98
Scalloped Bra
colon.
Blouses
rtg. 1.00
trimmed.
Seersuckers.
Girls' Slecvclcti
88
Boys' Nylon Pucker
Siiei 8-16
rtg. 1.49
r«fl. 2.91
SLEEVELESS
COTTON BLOUSES
Solids • Prints
Plaids • Checks
Stripes
Sizes 32-44
LADIES'
WHITE
SUMMER
HAND BAGS
88
Tax
Included
reg. 1.00 plus tax
'
RED BANK REGISTER, JULY 7,1955
Page TweW
HOSPITAL
Honored by Their Family
59b ON USED CARS
Member Federal Dapoilt Iniuranct
Corporation
Second National Bank
OF RED BANK
The Bank on the Corner
JUST BRING
YOUR
LAUNDRY
IN
THRU
THE
PATIENTS
dletown, and Mrs. Samuel Wetzel,
10 Terry lane, New Shrewsbury.
YARD GOODS
10 MiCHANIC STKEIV
IID IANK.M.J.
Just off Broad St., opp.
Merchants Trust Co. Bank
Open Friday. Till • P. M.
"LARGEST Fabric Store Along The Shore"
GREATEST SELECTIONS in Cottons, Woolens,
Rayons, Silks, Slip Cover & Drapery Fabrics,
Traverse & Cafe Rods, Notions, Trimmings
The Shore's ONLY FABRIC STORE stocking 3
patterns: * VOGUE, ADVANCE, SIMPLICITY
* (as advertiged in Tuesday's New York Times)
The OLDEST fabric specialty store in the area,
with a valued reputation for COURTESY, SERVICE and LOWEST PRICE, item for item,
quality for quality.
DEL MONTE
Tomato Sauce 15 I
Catsup 6 I
Cocktail 3 1
DEL MONTE
DEL MONTE
MONTE
DEL
Electronic
WE DO
THE REST!
t
WE . . .
SORT. IT
WEIGH IT.
WASH IT
DAVIDSON'S
3»'/i IROAD ST.
FREE DELIVERY, RED BANK
WHISKEY
WHISKEY
.Blend%
AND DRY IT
WHILE YOU SHOP
QT.
FIFTH
DAVIDSON'S
QUIK
WASH
Kentucky
we Ib.
0
DRY
- i Ac lb.
DRIED and
III
FOLDED
Charge by the pound, regardless
of number of machines uied.
:.- OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK
100%
GRAIN
I t flddft upt Mora and l n o » people
t s a Itttlster ads each l««ue because
t
•out, fa»Ur,-^A.d.v«rtIs«m«nt, ._
FIFTH
3-
fI
SUGAR CURED
FIFTH
100 Proof
AMB . 100% California
WINE
GERMAN WINE
rORT • SHERRY
MUSCATEL
.79 GAL.
FIFTH
MESH JERSEY CULTIVATED
PIERRE DELATOUR
IMPORTED FRENCH
VAN ZANDT IMPORTED
CHAMPAGNE
CHERRY
BLACKBERRY
BLUEBERRIES
1.75
A M B DRY WINES
• Clilantl
• Zlnfandel
• Burbarone
GREEN BEANS
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MONMOUTH COUNTY
SURROGATE'S COURT
notice to Creditors to Present
Clalou Against EstaU
ESTATE OP PAULINE CUJIDT, DEEA&bD
EA&bD.
Pursuant to the order of Edward C.
Broeae, Surrogate of the County of Monmouth. this d»r made, on the application
«f the undersigned. William W. Curdl.
; Administrator of the eitatn of the said
Paulino Ctirdt, deceased, notice Is hereby
jjlveti to the creditors of r.nid deceased
lo present 1u tha mid Administrator
* their tlslmii under oatli within six months
from this date.
Dated: June loth, 105E.
WILLIAM W. CUHDT,
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K Robinson Place,
Shrewrtury, N . J. .
Mauri. W i n & Wise.
Jt.d Bank. N. J.
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- ESTATE OP WILLIAM H. KELLY,
DECEASED.
- Punuant to the order of cMward 0
proege. Surrogate of tli« County of Mon
mouth, thli dny nude, on the application of the underEiyncd, Joseph I1' MillIin, Administrator or thn estate of the
amid William K. Kelly, deceased, notice
i« hereby given to the creditors nf said
deceased to present to the said Administrator their claims under oath within
aix months from this date.
~. Dated! June 22. 1055,
JOSEPH ]>, MULLIN,
R12 Grassmere Ave.,
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Surgical patients at Riverview
Fair Haven
hospital this week include Edward
Miss Gloria Francis, daughter of
Schcndel of Everett; Walter Balimore, 66 Maple ave., Fair Haven; Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Francis of
Carl Bergman, Florence ave., Leo-188 Fair Haven rd., honor stunardo; Anderson Buff, McClees rd., dent graduate of Rumson high
Middletown township; Ross Bur-school, has secured a position with
gess, 8 Washington at., Rumson; the government and is employed
Mrs. Frank Glcason, Oak pi., Port as typist and stenographer in WatMonmouth; Mrs. Chester Gorskl, son, laboratories.
62 West Shore St., Keansburg; Mrs.
flash of an atomic blast can
Donald Kelleher. 635 Hopping rd.. beThe
100 times brighter than the sun.
Belford; Mrs. Robert Knapp. 33
Little st., Matawan; Edward Kowalski, 67 South st., Freehold; Mrs.
Archie MacKenzie, 54 Brainard
av<!., Port Monmouth; Mrs. Jerry
Salvatoriello, Vineyard ave., East
Keansburg; Fred Sommers, 226
Park ave., Union Beach; Mrs. Wallace Stafford, 46 Conover lane, Middletown township; Mrs. W. W. Joseph Struble, 90 Queens dr., Little
Silver, and Samuel Wolf, 19 Brook
side ^ve., Keansburg.
Among the medical patients at
Riverview are Raymond McCoy,
345 Hudson ave., West Keansburg;
Robert Barfell, Demmert ave.,
Navesink; Miss Florence Bellotto,
55 Fulton st., Keyport; Mrs. George
For the Finest
Fleming, 53 Melrose ter., Middle
town township; Dr. Francis GlazeALWAYS SEND
brook, 'Avenue of Two Rivers
Rumson; Mi's. Elizabeth Hendrickson, King's hwy., Mlddlttown;
Mrs. Robert Hennessey, 28 Twin
Mr. and Mm, James Vnccarelll
Light rd., Highlands; Richard Lufburrow, 218 Oxford ave., Fair HaMf. and Mrt. Jamei Yaccarelli of Watt Bergen pi., were
ven; Will lam Metz, Hlgrhlana ave.,
honored Sunday by their children at an anniveriary party at Leonardo; James Murray, 116
Highland ave., Highlands; Pasqual
their home. The occasion wai t h * couple's 40th wedding an- Nappi, 165 Middle rd., Keyport
niversary, and the refreshment tables were decorated in a Nils Nelson, Bayside dr., Highlands; George Pouzene, CUITwood
ruby motif, commemorating the event. A buffet supper was ave., Cllffwood; Philip Provina,
Russell T. Hodclcisi
Front st., Union Beach; Edward
served. Ralph Ciazzo's trio played for dancing.
Stone, 765 Broad st., Shrewsbury;
4»4 Broad St.
Mrs. Ann Trees, Tyndall rd., Mid
Tel. Red Bank
bridesmaid. All were dressed alike
WEDDINGS
in gowns of lilac organdy and all
carried bouquets of yellow roses,
JAEGER—GERMOND
and wore wreaths of yellow roses.
WEST LONG BRANCH—In Old Peter Boyd Germond of Little
First Methodist church Saturday Silver was best man for his brother.
afternoon Miss Norma Jean Jaeger, Ushers were Philly Swift of Little
daughter of Christopher Dietrich Silver; Walter Denr, Jersey City;
Jaeger of Cedar ave., became the Joseph Rhodes, Sherman, Conn.,
bride of Ensign Henry Shelden Ger- and John Backus, Kenmore, N. Y.
mond, 4th, U. S. Coast Guard, eon The bride's aunt, Miss Edna
of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shelden Jaeger of Jersey City, wore ice
Germond, 3d, of Little Silver Point blue peaude-soie with a rose velrd., Little Silver. Rev. Wilbur Pike, vet hat. The bridegroom's mother
pastor, officiated. A reception lol- chose beige peau-de-sole with an
lowed at Old Orchard Country club American Beauty velvet hat.
The bride, who was given in mar- The couple arc on a motor trip
riage by her father, was dressed in to the West Coast, and after Sept. 1
a bouffant waltz-length white or- will live in Cleveland. O., where the
ffandy gown. She carried a bouquet bridegroom will be stationed. The
of whita orchids and stephanotls. bride's traveling dress was natural
Miss Hilda Feist of Perth Amboy colored raw silk, with pastel blue
was maid of honor, Mrs. David accessories.
Toole of Belford, the bride's cousin,
The bride was graduated from
w u matron of honor, and Miss De- Montclalr State Teachers college.
borah Germond, the bridegroom's Ensign Germond is a graduate of
sister, Little Silver, was a junior Cornell university.
RED BANK and LITTLE SILVER
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