Cahillv Urban Aid Plan Is Over Hurdte Monmouth Picks up Legislative (2024)

CahillV Urban Aid Plan Is Over Hurdte __. _ _ •' • • • • • — -- —- SEE STORY BELW Cloudy and Cold Cloudy, windy and cold, flur- ries possible today and fted Bank, Freehold FINAL tonight. Partly cloudy, cold Long Branch tomorrow. I EDITION Monmoutli County's Home Newspaper for 92 Years RED BANK, N.J., TUESDAY, MARCH 23,1971 TEN CENTS Monmouth Picks Up Legislative Seats TRENTON (AP) - In anf challenge in the courts. A New Jersey has. a 40-mem- cast by Harris Cotton, a per cent compared with a. unexpected last-minute agree- court challenge could force a ber Senate and an 00-member Democratic state com- maximum deviation oriJ:7" ment, the bipartisan New Jer- > delay in the primary if a suit Assembly. The size of the leg- mitteeman from Gloucester per cent under the current sey Apportionment Commis- attacking the plan's con- islature will not be affected County. alignment. sion approved a compromise stitutionality were upheld. by the new plan which simply One of the oddities of the Bateman said that many redislricting plan early today Believe It's Fair rearranges lines to create plan is that it may cost Cof- Assembly districts, which for the 1971 legislative elec- The two commission chair- new districts in which candi- fee his senate seat. tgenerally are patterned after tions. men said they believed the dates will run for office. Under the current align- Senate districts, approach The commission, with five plan was a fair one which All 120 seats will be at ment, Coffee's home county perfection in terms of popu- Democrats and five Republi- met the U.S. Supreme Court stake in the November elec- of Mercer stands by itself. lation size. cans, reached agreement principle of one man, one tion. Republicans now control But it is lumped with the pre- . tie noted that the com- practically at the stroke of a vote which requires districts both houses by 3-1 majorities. dominantly Republican coun- mission sought to create dis- midnight deadline and dis- of generally equal population. The commission's approval ty of Hunterdon under the tricts which met the stan- APWlreplioto closed the plan ata news con- The district lines were has the effect of law, once the new plan and Coffee, a Demo- dards of balanced population HIT BY ENEMY ARTILLERY — An American crewman looks at the re- ference shortly after. redrawn by the commission plan is certified with the New crat, if he should seek reelec- while seeking at the same mains of a U.S. helicopter hit and set afire by incominq North Vietnamese According to the plan, Mon- to conform with shifts and in- Jersey secretary of state. tion, would probably be time to avoid crossing county artillery at Khe Sanh. North Vietnamese today broke into the base, used as mouth County will be a dis- creases in New Jersey popu- Only a successful court suit forced to run in a pre- lines wherever possible. a support point for the Laotian operation/behind heavy artillery barrage trict within itself with five as- lation under the 1970 census. could delay implementation. dominantly GQP district. Both Bateman and Coffee .but were driven out with heavy losses. semblymen and three sena- The state new has a popu- The commission voted 9-1 The maximum deviation agreed that neither Demo- tors. lation of more than 7.1 mil- in favor of the compromise. from the population norm un- crats or Republicans gained a The agreement very likely lion. / The only dissenting vote was der the new plan is about 15.5 great deal. means that the primary elec- Conservationist Hits tion will be held in June, avoiding a postponement until September. Some sources said that Democrats accepted the plan to head off possible River Houseboaters postponement in the primary. By BEN VAN VLIET mandie Ave. It is owned by Mr. and Mrs. Don- Senate President Raymond FAIR HAVEN - Having failed at local at- aid Lehrbaum who live aboard with their five H. Bateman, R-Somerset, and tempts to rid itself of an "objectionable" children - four of whom attend local schools. Sen. Richard J. Coffee, D- houseboat - complete with father, mother", Their mailing address is 75-A deNor- Mercer, said they expected and five children - the borough is considering mandie Ave., and they pay rent to the Fair the plan would withstand any appealing its case to the U.S. Attorney Gener- Haven Yacht Works. al.- Slightly moere than two years ago, the The suggestion for federal intervention Lehrbaums got tired of living in a Ked Bank into this long-standing sore point came last apartment, so they bought a brand new house- Urban Aid night from Derrickson W. Bennett, chairman boat, moored it at its present location and set- of the borough's Conservation Commission. tied in. In a two-page letter to the Borough Coun- All went well, until the borough dis- Is Over cfl, Mr. Bennett said that the houseboat was covered their happiness and ruled that their violating the provisions of the federal Refuse plumbing system didn't meet the standards Act of 1899 and that it was therefore up to the 'for a single family home. A Hurdle U.S. Attorney General to prosecute. Realizing that there are noticeable differ- TRENTON (AP) - Some 24 He suggested that the" borough urge the ences between the plumbing facilities for a municipalities appear assured New Jersey office of U.S. Atty. Gen. John Mit- floating house and one securely, anchored to of getting $25 million in urban chellto recognize the violation and take the ground, the Lehrbaums went into court. aid under a program Gov. prompt action. ' , And, they won their case-not on the mer- William T. Cahill says is The council, however, merely referred, its-but on the fact that the Lehrbaums' house- needed to keep them from the the letter to its Public Affairs and Planning boat happens to lie outside the territorial wa- brink of financial disaster. Committee with a copy to William R. Blair, ters of the borough of Fair Haven. A bill appropriating the borofl^h attorney. Educators React funds cleared its toughest ob- It was made perfectly clear by one This satisfied the borough, but it aroused stacle yesterday when it borough, official why the council hesitated to the interest of the Fair Haven Board of Edu- passed the assembly by a sur- take direct action on the suggestion by Mr. cation, which soon sent a letter to the family prising 61-4 vote. The mea- AP Wlrephoto Bennett. saying that since they really weren't residents sure had been expected to GERMAN PRESIDENT VISITS CARACAS - Venezuelan President Rafael Colder/ right, escorts West "It would seem likely," he said, "that the of the borough their children would have to draw much greater opposition Germany's President Gustav Heinemann, second from right, past honor guard at Caracas Maiquetia Refuse Act of 1899 has probably been amended pay tuition to attend local schools. although its passage was ex- Airport yesterday.Heinemann had just arrived for a three-day visit to Caracas. by now." The Lehrbaums appealed this case too, pected. The object of all this maneuvering is a 36- and Earl B. Garrison, county superintendent The bill now goes to the foot houseboat moored at the foot of deNor- (See Conservationist pgz) senate, where passage is ex- pected Thursday. One of the New Shrewsbury Firemen Cahill administration's prior- ity items, the measure would give $7.4 million to Newark,' 2nd Autopsy Is Set the state's largest city. No Strings May Get Lesser Charges The money would go to the cities with no strings at- By LONIA EFTHYVOULOU ing a company bearing of the ' common thieves and bur- Carton said, Mr. and Mrs. On Victim's Body tached. Critics of the mea- NEW SHREWSBURY - matter. glars. Gans had indicated they were sure said it would encourage Charges of arson, breaking Following consultation and Judge Carton explained not so much concerned with By HALLIE SCHRAEGER in the club parking lot after a dural and epidural hemorr- municipal governments to be and entering and larceny, agreement between counsel that-the arson classification punishment of the individuals FREEHOLD - The body of hage (hemorrhage on the in- inefficient in order to qualify arising from three separate representing the accused implied threat to human life, but wanted some fair-r%c- dance. men, the borough police and 1 Samuel Rinaldi of Lincroft Disputes Findings side and outside ef the mem- for aid. incidents, and involving sev- "in the case on hand," he knowledgment of the wrong was to be exhumed this brane surrounding the brain) The program is an ex- en area men - three of them Mr. and Mrs. Gans, Judge said, "the two dwellings were committed. Assistant Prosecutor Carton stated he would rec- morning for a "complete au- Thomas J. Smith Jr. moved caused by "an external series pansion of a state urban aid members of a borough fire unoccupied, in fact one had Judge Carton said that al- topsy" by state Medical Ex- of blows or any kind of ex- program now in effect which company - may be reduced ommend to the prosecutor's been condemned and was due though this was a serious for exhumation of the body office; reduction of the arson aminer Edwin H. Albano. after Dr. John F. Devlin, dep- ternal applications of a provided $12 million for the following preliminary hear- for demolition, and therefore matter in which articles val- Yesterday's order from Su- force." state's six largest cities. ing, yesterday. charge to that of malicious this could be considered as a ued at approximately $456 uty chief medical examiner 1 burning and the breaking and perior Court Judge Walter H. for New York City, dis- Dr. Devlin testified that his Much of the money bis been Appearing before Judge mitigating circ*mstance." were taken, it was the court's Conklin came in the fifth day used to increase the salaries Lawrence A. Carton, 3rd, in entering charge and larceny In the breaking and enter- understanding that prompt agreed with autopsy findings examination of autopsy pic- to that of intending to be of the trial of two men ac- of Monmouth County Medical tures and records had dis-of police, firemen and teach- Municipal Court, were: . ing and larceny case, Judge restitution would, be made. cused of murdering Mr. Ri- Examiner C. Malcolm B. Gil- closed no evidence of either ers. ' Incident one-John Gable, naldi last July 4 at the Mid- man. subdural or epidural hemorr- 19, of Old Mill Road and Lar- dletown Swim and Tennis Neither of the defense at- hage and that the 109 cubic ry Lehtonen, 18, of 109 Water Club. torneys - Robert I. Ansell for centimeters (three to four St., both New Shrewsbury, Data Due charged with arson in con- 48 Signal School The defense is disputing Vena and Charles Frankel for ounces) of blood found by Dr. the declared cause of death. Burlew - opposed the motion, Oilman in the back of the nection with the burning of an The session was also high- Under questioning by Mr. skull had probably been On Issues unoccupied dwelling at 1146 lighted by testimony from the Ansell, Dr. Devlin said that caused by autopsy proce- Pinebrook Road on July 10, defendants, Anthony G. Bur- all of the botly. organs should dures. 1970. Jobs Will Be Cut lew, 28, of 808 Shore Con- have been examined to deter- If bleeding had occurred Of Schools Incident two - John Van course, Cliffwood Beach, and before death, the blood would Amersfoort, 18, of 16 Apple By DORIS KULMAN of federal workers unions Command (CONARC) in mine the cause of death. FT. MONMOUTH - Forty- here yesterday said they ex- Joseph J. Vena Jr., 39, of 26 have clotted, he testified. x ByALHORAY Orchard Drive, here, and Hampton, Va., which has au- Dr. Gilman, whose autopsy eight of the 791 civilian jobs pect further cutbacks. Orchard Ave., Holmdel, both had been confined to the head Dr. Devlin, who. said he LONG BRANCH-A full re- Robert'Hoyer, of Rt. 537, thority over the school and accused of causing Mr. Ri- port of varied school issues Robert Scott Jr., 20, Bobar at the Army Signal Center To Trim Costs ordered the RIP last week, its and neck, attributed Mr. Ri- performs or supervises some and School here will be abo- A Signal School spokesman naldi's death by striking him naldi's death to massive sub- 3,000 autopsies a year, said will be made Friday to the Ranch, Hockhockson Road, "mission-funds" for fiscal tJiere arc raro occasions when • Long Branch Division of the and Douglas Smith of Rt 537, lished by July 1 in what the said the RIF would trim 1972 will be $10,844,900, com- a complete autopsy is not United Civic and Taxpayers all Colts Neck; charged with commanding general, Brig. about $200,000 a year from its pared to $12,655,000 fbr.the necessary, but most of the Organization by a study com- arson in the burning of an Gen. Richard C. Home 3rd, civilian payroll here. current fiscal year. The time the body organs must all mittee of that unit's mem- unoccupied dwelling on Drift described as a "minor cut- There wasn't any indication spokesman said the school be examined to rule out other bers. Road, Wayside, on Dec. 1, back in the civilian work, how the projected decrease in will train 12,683 students in The panel, appointed by 1970. force" due to a decrease in the student population would fiscal 1972. Fashions at the tip of her scissors Page 14 medical causes than the one the number of soldiers ex- Engagements announced Page 15 first suspected. Edgar N. Dinkelspiel, presi- Incident three-Scott Jr., affect the military payroll. Hawaii, North Carolina, Duke win Page 16 He said Dr. Gilman's find- dent of the group, met last Lehtonen and Smith, on pected here for training in fis- Reportedly, there will be a The CONARC spokesman Monmouth nine trains in Florida Page 16 ings were not "medically con-' night in conference with the charges of breaking and en- cal 1972 as the Army contin- cut of approximately 13 per said the 1972 "mission funds" ues the Vietnam pull-out and cent in the total student body of the Fl. Gordon school Will Mets' prospects for 71 Page 17 sjstcnt" because there was no city Board of Education. tering and larceny at the Mr. Dintelspiel, who also home of Mr. and Mrs. M. J.reduces its overall strength. — a 25 per cent reduction in be $8,526,100 in fiscal 1972 BrldgeAdvice 20 DAILY REGISTER attended the session, said last Cans, 210 Rivcrdale East, There were conflicting re- 'the number of officers to be compared to $8,798,600 in the £SS£2 ports yesterday as to whether trained hero in the fiscal year current year. The Ft. Gordon The Chuck Wagon 16 PHONE NUMBERS aUoublde the dura) hemorr- night that "several issues here. : Classified 18,19 MataWBce 741-0010 were discussed." He declined A fourth man charged with or not there will be any job beginning July 1, a 13 per school, which offers less ad Comics M . ClassIHedAds 741-6900 ^^^"wal noT- cutback at the Southeastern cent reduction in the number vanccd - anil shorter - train- f com iono f the to outline the talks until the the above offense, Robert Ju- ing courses than the school Crossword Puzzle 20 J;egalAdv. 741-00 0 committee makes its formal liano of Water St., Colts Signal School at Ft. Gordon, of warrant officers and a six which would accom- per cent reduction in the here, will have 27,605 students Edltorials.... 6 Display Adv. 741-0010 ' . ilemorrllaee report Friday. Neck, did not appear at the Ga., which has 780 civilian employes. number of enlisted men. in fiscal 1JI72, the spokesman Entertainment...:... 21 a™™"** «"«• Tr.SnS to medical Seymour Greenspan, presi- hearing. said. • • findings were not consistent dent of the school board, said Trio Suspended . The last reductioh-in-forcc Last March, the school had with facts given to him by last night that the session was Lehtonen, Van Amersfoort (RIF) here was just a year a civilian work force of illlH The CONARC spokesman f. XSl5 Payable M\$U "very amicable." He said, he and Gable, were all members ago, when the Army Elec- and a civilian payroll of ap- .said that there aren't any job Mr, Ansell about the blows proximately $10 million. It's cutbacks scheduled or antici- (!>ee 2nd Autopsy page 2), recognizes the taxpayers' nnit of the Tlnton Falls Fire Co., tronics Command (ECOM), ps is",? MIddletown Bureau 671-2250 as a group of concerned citi- and were all suspended pend- headquartered here abolished military payroll at that lime pated at the Ft. Gordo.n' school, which now empWys Teicvision::::.::.:;.:.:.::.::...:.2i f)*^?»«" ,u *™ sale vp zens who seek answers to le- ' 5lil civilian jobs, and the was about. $17.5 million. school abolished 34 career 7(10 civilians. '•"'" Women's News 14,15 I-ong Branch Bureau 222-0010 pants suits. Shirley Shop, gitlmato questions. Tuesday is Mama's night at. According to a spokesman Broad St., Red Bank. (Adv.) (See Group page 2) Longo's. Sea Bright. (Adv.) conditional positions. Leaders for the Continental Armv (See IS Signal page 2) % "• TJ« Dtfly , R«i Rank-Mi«nJt. /., Tuesday Mari* 23. 1971 2nd Autopsy Set Conservationist Hits On Victim's Body River Houseboaters They decided-knowing that one of the (Continued) naldi came into the parking (Continued) Lehrbaum children would be entering the high lot and threw his drink at of schools, ruled that the family's four chil- school district this fall-that Mr. Garrison had Struck, Mr. Rinaldi's fall and him. dren were entitled to attend Fair Haven the almost immediate lack of made a mistake in his earlier ruling. "I called him a b—d," schools. They wrote a joint letter to the superin- breathing. Vena said. "He said, 'Why did • He said that slate law provides that while Death Too Rapid 1 tendent asking him to reconsider and compel you call me a b—d? ' I said, the children may be "removed" from the the Lehrbaums to pay tuition. -'•• "Death was too rapid," said "Why did you throw your school district they are entitled to be educated t)r. Devlin, who explained beer on me? He said, 'It ' Mr. Garrison has had the letter on his that these hemorrhages cause in the district closest to their home. desk for three months now, and nothing has : wasn't beer.'" This was reinforced by a spokesman for "a period of coma, and then happened. you will wake up." If bleed- Vena said Mr. Rinaldi ad- the state Department of Education, who said vanced toward him and he that all New Jersey children are entitled to a "I'll get around to answering it some- Ing continues and causes time," he said two months ago. pressure on the brain, the backed away to his car door. free public education. "Everybody," he said, "lives someplace." Privately, the school officials are.well patient may lapse into a Then, he said he hit Mr. Ri- aware that Mr. Garrison considers- the matte coma again and ultimately 'Somplace' An Issue naldi with his fist on the chin. That "someplace" started to become resolved on the basis of his earlier ruling. die, he said. He said Mr. Rinaldi did not Last night's action by the borough cor However, he said, none of somewhat of an issue, when the Fair Haven fall down. Then Vena saw Board of Education suggested that perhaps stitutes, according to an official, another tat- these rules would hold true in Burlew hit him, he said, and to solve the houseboat problem. a case of severe injury, such Mr.-Rinaldi "slumped a little, the Lehrbaums really were residents of the tiny municipality of Shrewsbury Township. Mr. Bennett's letter says very simply thi as that of a man driving 80 bit and keeled over on his the houseboat is polluting the river by, di: miles an hour into a tree. face." Shrewsbury Township once extended along most of the central Jersey coastal area charging toilet and kitchen wastes into the ji\ Dr Devlin testified .he could Right afterwards, as two not reach an opinion as to the and at one time included all of the Navesink er. ••.•' ••"•" men were holding him, "I and Shrewsbury Rivers. "' This, he wrote, is being done indirect vio cause of death and to do so it heard the sound of glass lation of the federal act, and with the knowl- would be "necessary to do the Shrewsbury Township lost no time in breaking," Vena said. quickly saying that if it was required to as- edge of borough officials. • • •" remainder of the autopsy." Burlew corroborated much SETTING THE MENU — Shown, from left, Augie Daesener, owner of the He acknowledged the cause of American Hotel, Freehold, helps decide luncheon menu for fifth anniver- sume responsibility for the houseboat, then it He said that such violations in navigable of Vena's testimony, but said wanted all the other rights to the river. waters come under the jurisdiction of the death "could be a head in- he had not seen Mr. Rinaldi sary of the Children's Psychiatric Center's program with the Juvenile arid jury." The whole thing calmed down until the of- Corps of Engineers and it is up to the U.S. .At- "fully hit the ground." He Domestic Relations Court of Monmouth County to be held on Tuesday, torney General to prosecute. • Vena and Burlew both testi- March 30. Making final decision Is Theodore D. Parsons, Jr., president of ficials of the Fair Haven and the Rumson-Fair said there was a "general dis- Haven Regional Boards of Education got to- "The Lehrbaums," he wrote, "are'eom- fied that Mr. Kinaldi had ruption" and that one man the Children's Psychiatric Center, Judge Leo Weinstein, Juvenile and Do- miung an illegal act." called Vena a name at the had taken a swing at Mrs. mestic Relations Court judge, and Stephen Hecht, M.S.W., staff coordina- gether. table inside the club and had Burlew, who was then preg- tor of the program for Children's Psychiatric Center. come after them in the park- nant. ing lot. They denied any plan Burlew said he had not con- to kill or harm Mr. Rinaldi. versed at all with Mr. Rinaldi • Vena testified that he first and bad not even seen or Anniversary Fete Slated Keansburg Manager Sets saw Mr. Kinaldi at the micro- heard him at the microphone. : phone talking and telling sto- lie denied testimony from ries/ prosecution witnesses that he' Would Laugh had bees standing by a By Psychiatric Center Retirement This August "I listened a little bit," he lamppost drinking out of a- id "and once in a while, if soda bottle and staring at Mr. he said something funny, I'd Rinaldi. FREEHOLD - The Chil- The program is designed to .with younger children have By ED WALSH fective Aug. 1. who was appointed in 1957 by laugh." Burlew said he had gone dren's Psychiatric Center will make available diagnostic been used. Council need not act on his a Borough Council headed by - Vena said some remarks home to change his clothes celebrate the fifth anniver- and treatment services to Children who are beyond KBANSBURG - After al- retirement notice, Mr. Blum former Mayor Wilb'am Turn- i -were passed by people at his afterward because his shirt sary of its special program children and families referred the control of their parents most 26 years as a public ser- said, as he is retiring under er, said. *• .•table, but not by him. and pants were bloodied. He with the Monmouth County by the juvenile court and/or and those who run away from vant borough manager C. the public employes retire- "I do not wish to make any • He said Mr. Kinaldi came said the blood bad come from Juvenile and Domestic Rela- probation department. It also home constitute the largest Bernard Blum will "call it ment act further comment at this • over to the table later and Neil Lanzendorf, a friend of tions Court next Tuesday, at 1 provides emergency services group of youngsters referred quits and rest a lot." time," he stated. •railed him "a little s-t," to Mr. Rinaldi's, who bad p.m. in the American Hotel. to children who are detained "•Ijy the court. Stealing, fight> It was learned Mr. Blum's ' -which Vena replied, "At least grabbed and held him after The 58-year-old former po- Keynote speaker for the in custody, and consultation ihg and drug abuse also ac- Mr. Blum, who-has served lice captain said his retire- notice of retirement was giv- I'm not a big mouth." releasing Vena. (The green luncheon will be State Sen. to the court, probation de- count for large numbers of en to council last Monday Vena testified that after he shirt was introduced into evi- in his present capacity the ment is strictly voluntary and Alfred N. Beadleston. Others partment, police depart- youngsters' being referred. past 14 years under five sepa- not brought about by any night during a caucus session. saw his wife into their car dence. Mrs. Rinaldi had testi- ments, youth detention center fied a man wearing a beige expected to make brief re- The number of children seen rate administrations, con- ^pressures from within the ad- Council did not comment nor r.aftd-was going aroundHo get marks' are Theodore D. Par- and correctional institutions in the court program has in- firmed to The Daily Register was the fact revealed during into-the driver's seat, Mr. Ri- shirt hit her husband.) ministration. sons Jr., president of the Chil- dealing with Monmouth Coun- creased 200 per cent over the last night that he has ten- "Let's just say I am getting the regular business meeting dren's Psychiatric Center's ty children, and other five-year period. dered his notice to retire ef- tired of the job," Mr. Blum, last Wednesday. Board of Trustees, Freehol- agencies which deal with der Director Joseph C. Irwin, youngsters who have entered Group to Report Judges Leo Weinstein and the juvenile justice system John P. Arnone, of the Juve- network. Research is con- nile and Domestic Relations cerned with the nature and Court and Stephen Hecht, extent of juvenile delinquency On School Issues staff coordinator of the court in Monmouth County. .... (Continued) He said that the board has program for the Psychiatric The entire range of the cen- no punitive authority over Center. ter's services is made avail- Mr. Dinkelspiel said that The court program of the, able to families referred • two issues discussed by the students outside of school property. On the school prop- Psychiatric Center was in- through the court program. • joint panel were students' be- stituted in November, 1965, as These include individual, havior while going home after erty, he said, the board has a legal responsibility to insure a cooperative venture of the group, family and joint-parent school hours and the com- court, the Probation Depart- therapy, brief and extended plaints of some students that the proper conduct of stu- dents. «. :•• ment, the county Mental 'contacts and the use of psy- the'food served in the-High Health Board and the center. chological testing procedures School cafeteria is not of suf- About the school's menu, Mr. Greenspan said, "There From its inception funds have and medication where in- ficient variety. been appropriated to sustain dicated. In addition, special Mr. Dinkelspiel's organiza- seems to be a limit to what can be done with institutional the program annually by the programs such as employing tion last month called on city Board of Freeholders. teenagers to work as helpers and school officials to end a food." rash of "rowdyism" by stu- He said the school system dents between the school and atempts to prepare as good a their homes. menu as it can. "We are :, ...Itombers denounced "acts bound to serve a well-bal- 48 Signal School of vandalism, harassment of anced meal," he added. city merchants, shoplifting . Improvements Pushed and assaults on other stu- "We continue to try to im- Jobs Will Be Cut "• dents." prove our menu," the board vr .Mr, Greenspan last night president added, "but it does (Continued) •said/that the apparent wave not coincide with what some However, a spokesman for requirement for 60 days no- ' of-iinruly conduct by some kids think would taste best." Rep. James J. Howard, D- tice, StMetit* last month seems to Mr. Dinkelspiel said last N.J., said the congressman have subsided. night that his group asked was informed by an Army Although the school's an- ; He noted, however, that, about the food issue due to liaison officer late yesterday nouncement said that the ci- •'•white school officials are the complaints of some stu- that there would be a RIF at vilian personnel office hasn't ••"deeply concerned" over last dents. He said his unit has the Ft. Gordon school like the" identified the specific jobs to month's student behavior, the heard no complaints about one here. be abolished, it is understood problem becomes one for city the school menu from city "I specifically asked Gen. that the RIF will strike officials to cope with when parents. Home if the RIF had any- across-the-board, hitting in- students leave school proper- "Some kids," he added, thing whatsoever to dp with a structors, guards, photo- graphers, clerk-typists, tele- . ,ty,V" : "would rather have pizza and possible move of our Signal :. Cooperation Assured hamburgers than a substan- School to Ft. Gordon. He said type repairmen, warehouse- "Of course," Mr. Green- tial, well-balanced diet" it definitely did not," Con- men and safety officers, span' added, "the board will The taxpayers' unit study gressman Howard said. He among others. cooperate with the city in panel was headed by Mrs. added that although the mili- whatever manner it can." Rose Olivadotti. Other mem- tary appropriations bill The minor cutback proD- The board president con- bers are Joseph Mrakovcich, doesn't contain any fund's for ably won't be absorbed by at- ceded that, while the situation vice president, and Paul Raf- such a move - long rumored trition because the school's ' seems to have "cooled-off" ferty, treasurer. - "I am certain . .. bi-parti- attrition rate is "very low ... recently, "we hear of some The group will meet at 8 san efforts to keep the Signal about 10 or 15 employes a incidents and we do not hear p.m. Friday in .the Hi-Henry School at Ft. Monmouth will year," the school spokesman of others." Inn. continue." said. A spokesman for Sen. Clif- The Signal School said that ford P. Case, R-N.J., said it will attempt to find jobs for yesterday he had no knowl- those RIF-ed within the De- edge about the pending RIF. fense Department, and also Births Letters announcing the will ask the state employment RIF, signed by Gen. Home, service office and local busi- JERSEY SHORE MEDICAL Mr. and Mrs. Michael were distributed to all school ness firms to find jobs for those fired. •: - Neptune Schierbaum (nee Patricia personnel yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Jose Lopez Sweeney), 20 Shorebrook The RIF will be conducted RIF-ed employes will be in- (nee Carmen Pacheco), 14 Circle Neptune, son, Satur- in two phases, with a cutback formed about available ret- Lloyd St., Freehold, daughter. day. of 10 jobs scheduled for June raining programs and those Wednesday. and the remaining 38 the fol- who must be relocated will be i Mr. and Mrs. Sal Vincitore Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas lowing month. The first RIF allowed travel and trans- (fl?e Erica Jurkli'es), 2 Home- Floudas (nee Elka Nacuk), notices will be distributed on portation expenses, the for- stead Road, Freehold, daugh- 725 Park'Ave., Freehold, son, Monday to comply with the mal announcement said. ter, Friday. Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Stei- And then it happens. The phone rings. nert (nee Linda Guarino), 17 Stanton Place, Avon, daugh- ter, Friday. Weather: Cloudy and Cold Just one of the times you wish you Mr. and Mrs. Randy Wilson (nee Patricia Gurden), 232 Variable cloudiness becom- Showers and thunderstorms cago 23 clear, St. Louis 26 Highway 35, Neptune, daugh- ing windy and cold with preceded the cold in an area clear, Kansas City 30 cloudy, could reach for an extension phone. ter, Friday. chance of a few snow flurries extending from the Middle At- Dallas 47 clear, Los Angeles Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Wells this afternoon, high in the up- lantic States to the Gulf. 54 haze, San Francisco 53 Do you take the laundry with you on your mad dash (nee Caren Walzer), of 70 per 30s. Partly cloudy, windy Rain also fell over the Pa- cloudy, Seattle 53 cloudy and to ans^br the phone? Or do you drop it and then and cold tonight and tomor- West Wall Street, Neptune, cific Northwest with some Honolulu 76 cloudy. run? Decisions. Decisions. son, Friday. row. Low tonight in mid 20s. snow in higher elevations. TIDES Mr. -and Mrs, George New- High tomorrow in mid to up- Warm and dry weather pre- Sandy Hook The smartest decision is to put a handy extension man .(nee .Carol Hendrick- per 30s. vailed over much of the far Today - High 5:06 p.m. and phone in your laundry room. In fact, everywhere swr)<, •407 Third Ave., Asbury East Is Chilled Southwest and southern sec- low 11:18 p.m. you're busy. """ ^ , ,15ii&-son, Friday, Unseasonable cold chilled tions of Florida and Texas. Tomorrow - High 5:30 a.m. .'^r.'and Mrs. Lonni Murphy much of the eastern two- Temperatures before dawn and 6 p.m. and low 11:48 a.m. To order low-cost extension phones for your home? f}}{ (nee Kuby Jackson), 20 Me- thirds of the nation today. ranged from 7 at Minot, N.D. and midnight. just call your local Telephone Business Office. Or ask chanic St., Freehold, son, Sat- Temperatures dropped to 72 at Corpus Christi, Tex. For Red Bank and Rumson a telephone man. _ near zero in sections of the and Key West, Fla. bridge, add two hours; Sea r '•"*.'.&£. and Mrs. James Win- Northern Plains. Scattered Some other reports: Boston Bright, deduct 10 minutes; dow (nee Patricia Roberts), snow flurries fell from the 34 cloudy, Washington 41 rain, Long Branch, deduct 15 min- I New Jersey Bell • 1239 Washington Ave., Asbury northern Rockies to the cen- Atlanta 52 cloudy, Miami 03 utes; Highlands bridge, add Park, soif, Friday. tral Appalachians. clear, Detroit 27 snow, Chi- 40 minutes. Top of the News School Budget Cut

SPRING LAEK - Proposed guidelines for reporting of criminal proceedings were made public today by a special Rap Voted Down committee from the courts and news media in New Jersey. A draft submitted to the State Supreme Court urged the BED BANK - The Board to meet the serious needs of Judiciary, the bar and law enforcement agencies to "cooper- of Education's conservative the children in the public ate with the press in reporting of matters dealing with admin- majority defeated a resolu- schools of Red Bank," it said, istration of justice." tion condemning the Borough adding: It contends the news media should be permitted to report Council as "racist" for cut- "The Red Bank Board of tacts about arrests, indictments and convictions as long as ting program for "four-year- Education," the defeated res- speculation about guilt or innocence is deleted, and devel- olds" from the school budget. olution said, "condemns the opments are not reported until they happen. The resolution, introduced action of the Borough Council At the same time, the committee called for free access to by Curtis Murphy, would as reprehensible, malicious every public record not specifically cloaked by statute. have sent the budget to state and a callous disregard for "A free and responsible press enhances toe adminis- Commissioner of Education the needs of our children ... tration of justice," the committee said. Carl L. Marburger on ap- .Noting that the majority of The Supreme Court will review the recommendations and peal. the school population is black determine whether to promulgate them as regulations. "• Board President William and Puerto Rican, (the SENIOR COMMONS ROOM —. The proposed senior wing at Rumson Fair Haven Regional High School, Sotaro, leader of the con- board) considers the action: of which according to plan, will be ready for occupancy in September 1972, will include this proposed com- servative faction, that broke the Borough Council to be es- Marijuana Bill Is Rejected mons room — a unique Idea Incorporating a cafeteria end lounge principle with sunken "conversation an imminent tie said, after sentially racist." TRENTON - The State Assembly rejected yesterday a pits," lounging areas with Indirect lighting, and study areas with more direct illumination. Plans for the meeting: "I don't think this Members Shaken bill that would have further liberalized the state's marijuana proposal were drawn up by Robert C. Mlcklewright, architect, responsible for the new wing's design. board will appeal the budg- Several board members law et." were visually shaken by the The bill, voted down 38-10, would have allowed persons 25 However, he said the final word "racist" and silence years old or younger to seek to have the record of a con- decision on the appeal prob- filled the room for several viction for marijuana possession removed from the books af- ably wont be made until the minutes after the resolution ter five years. A bill needs 41 votes to pass in the 80-member R-FHHS Students Promote was read. , April board meeting. Assembly. During an emotionally Board member John J. .Assemblywoman Millicent Fenwick, R-Somerset said charged discussion before the Goldin, the first to speak, qui- .present law permits the removal of marijuana possession con- resolution came up for a vote, etly said the resolution was viction records after 10 years only for persons given a sus- Memorial to Crash Victim Mr. Murphy said if the pro- "too strong. Every child in pended sentence or a $1,000 or less fine gram for the small children Red Bank is pretty well taken RUMSON - Rumson Fair Haven Regional High School commons room different from the average high school cafe- isn't adopted, "We will pro- care of." students last night asked the Board of Education for dedica- teria or commons. mote a large number of chil- Vice President Ronald Ga- Tax Board Pay Hikes Favored tion of a Robert A. Abramoff memorial in the school's pro- "The idea," Mr. Middewright told the board, "is unique dren to the welfare rolls - briel said the board hadn't TRENTON A bill raising salaries of county tax board posed senior wing Commons Boom. taAthat it incorporates a lounge with the cafeteria concept. from the schools to the wel- had enough time to discuss members was approved by the Assembly yesterday and sent Margo Eahn, spokesman for the student's "Robert Abra- The completely carpeted room will incorporate sunken 'con- fare rolls." the resolution and suggested to the Senate moff Memorial Fund," told the board students had already versation pits' couches and dining room tables. Automatic The resolution charged that it be tabled but it came up for The bill would cost $124,000. The sponsor was Assem- raised $1,400 through collections, a sale and a community car food vending machines will be situated along one side of the the schools are "60 per cent a vote. Mr. Gabriel, Mr. So- blyman Richard W. De Korte, R-Bergen. who said the mem- wash, and wanted the money to go towards such a memorial room. The ceiling will be beamed with incorporated direct black and Puerto Rican; 30 taro, Mr. Goldin, Mrs. Char- bers bad their last raises in 1961 in the new wing. lighting for study purposes and indirect lighting stressing in- per cent of the public school lotte Madusky and John S. "the work loads have increased substantially since Bobert A. Abramoff, 16, son of Milton and Pearl Abra- formality." population comes from fami- Davis teamed up for its de- then,' DeKorte said. He noted that the work had increased by moff, 23 Circle Ave., Eumson, a junior at R-FHBHS, died as a Mr. MicMewrieht told the board he hoped that bids for lies on welfare; 70 per cent of feat. result of injuries received in a one car accident Saturday, the senior wing would be advertised by March 30, and that the eighth grade class in For the resolution were Mr. 400 per cent in Sussex County, 500 per cent in Hudson, and by March 13. He was a passenger in a car driven by 17-yeaMld similar amounts in other counties. bids would be received by April 29. \M / June, 1970, was behind nation- Murphy, Dr. Ivan Polonsky, Thomas Lougalin of 8 Pine Tree Lane, Fair Haven. He added that this summer work wouldije carried out on al norms in achievement; Mrs. Margaret Parker and Board president James Green, referred the rand com- the school's library mezzanine, and that the new wing would many children come to school Mrs. Josephine Lee. Rail Subsidies Spur Probe mittee to Dr. John Kinney, superintendent, with whom details be ready for occupation by the beginning of the 1972 school with health, emotional and • The council had cut $173,125 of the proposal could be worked out year. academic problems." from the.school's $1,273 mil- TRENTON The State Senate voted 22-0 yesterday to Proposal Presented • The board awarded a contract for the transportation of Efforts'Deleted' lion budget. In "comparison, it have the Commuter Operating Agency investigate changes in Bobert C Micklewright, architect, who prepared the cut $70,640 from the Red Bank operating procedures of railroads subsidized by the state. the basketball and track teams to E. Helfrich and Son of It further declared that thB plans for the proposed senior wing, last night also presented a Keansburg, for the sum of $1,750. Only other bidder for the board's budget was "a con- Regional High School budget. State Sen: James Wallwork. R-Essex, said toe state has proposal prepared at the board's request, for tiie decoration contract was Hie New York, Keansburg and Long Branch Bus scientious effort by the board In its first unanimous vote given millions of dollars in recent years to the railroads and of the senior commons room. ' Co,, for the stun of ?2,280. The contract involves 35 trips. and professional staff to meet on a major issue since "should make sure we get the most economical use out of our Mr. Micklewright presented an architect's rendering of The board's organization meeting was scheduled for April the serious needs of all of the reorganizing in February, the money" the proposal, stressing his proposal was aimed at making the 7 following the March 30 election. public school cnjldren." Coun- board voted to sell $2.5 mil- • Among the railroads now subsidized by the state are the cil deleted frpm the budget lion in bonds to finance the Penn Central and Jersey Central. The Commuter Operating • "every positive effort of the Farr Tract School to Halsey- Agency is a division oi the State Department qf Trans- TfP9.ltIt I JTIlt Red Bank Board of Education Stewart & Co.," New York at 4.625 per cent annual Interest. The new school, passed' by Cites Pierce voters three years ago, is Caucus Votes Publicity Asked Man's Body scheduled for operation begin- TRENTON The League, of Women Voters of New Jer- ning In September. sey said Monday ft flunks votes in the majority caucus of the In Hazlet Still Sought State Senate should be made public. HAZLET - John J. Pierce, In a telegram to Senate Majority Leader Harry Sears, R- a member of the Board of MATAWAN TOWNSHIP - Welfare Fraud Morris. the League said votes in the caucus should be dis- Health since its initiation in N. J. Marine Police are con- closed publicly. March 1968, was given a tinuing their search for a lo- Fine Is $20 The assembly recently eliminated the caucus system but plaque last night by fellow cal man who fell overboard FKEEHOLD - Peer Khan, it is still used in the Senate. Under the caucus rule the major- board members for his three early Sunday morning, but 16 Willow Ave., Howell, was ity party members of the Senate meet periodically to vote on ' years of service. held out little hope for finding him alive. assessed $20 in court costs kev measures before the upper house. Mr. Pierce's term of office and given a suspended six- expires this month and he is Peter Szewezyfc, 42, of 114 month jail term yesterday for not expected to be reap- 'Middlesex Koad, fell from Ms pointed to the board. He also obtaining $264 under false Mrs. A W. Schumacher Charles M. Neighbors 31-foot cabin cruiser about 2 pretenses from the Monmouth ROBINSWOOD .Mrs. A. serves as township treasurer a.m. Sunday, a half mile off KEYPORT - Charles M. and is custodian of funds for County Welfare Board. Marie Schumacher 79 oi 4th Cliffwood Beach. Khan pleaded guilty.yes- Ave4 died yesterday in Riv- Neighbors, 64, of 10A Bethany the Board of Education. Patrolman George.Baistey ManrJr, died yesterday in The board introduced its of the Marine Police at Mon- terday to obtaining payments erview Hospital Red Bank Monmouth Medical Center, of $132 each last June 1 and She was born in Oarlstadt, 1971 salary ordinance. A pub- mouth Beach said his men Long Branch. He was em- lic hearing will be held April searched from 9 a.m. to 4 •July 1 in Howell by making daughter of the late Frank ployed as advertising man- false statements to the wel- and Mary Glock Waldmann 26. pjn. yesterday and will con- ager by Babco*ck and Wilcox The new ordinance pro- tinue to search for the rest of fare board indicating he bad Sr. She was formerly of Mata- of New York City. ' • ' no income. wan and came here five vears vides salaries of $9,125 for the the week. Mr. Neighbors was born in sanitary inspector, an in- His plea was accepted by ago. He said the water tempera- Monmouth County District Mrs Schumacher was a Gretna, La. and was the son crease of $590, and $4,055 for ture is 42 degrees and- antici- of the late William B. and the board clerk, up $270. Both pated that the body would Court Judge Thomas L. membai of the First United Yaccartno, who sentenced Methodist Church ot Mata- Maude Morehead Neighbors. increases represent up- float to the surface within He had also resided in Hoi- him. wan. She was a member of grading on the township sa- Register staff Photo three days. the Sirius Chapter Order of mdel and Jersey City prior to lary scale and are automatic The Coast Guard out of moving here eight months HONORED — Brig. Walter Murdoch. Salvation Army, and his wife, right, LEGAL NOTICE the Eastern Stai Matawan. increments. were honored by a retirement dinner at Tower Hill Presbyterian Church, Sandy Hook searched ago. ADVERTIsem*nT and of the Rainbow Council. The plumbing officer re- Red Bank. At their left are William Fluhr, chairman of the army's advisory throughout Sunday and has Seoltd proposals will be received In the He was a memher of St. mains at the same $2,000 sa- Office eftria Engineering Division, De- Daughters of America, Key- board, and Commissioner Samuel Hepburn, national commander of the discontinued its patrols of raiment of Defense, p j.. Notional Guard John's United Methodist lary as does the health offi- that portion of Raritan Bay. armory, Armory Drive, Trenton, N.J. port She was the widow of Salvation Army > •Has, until 2:00 P.M., Eastern Standard Milo E Schumacher Church of Hazlet; a past mas- cer, who will receive $500. Tlm« on Thursday, 25 Mora 1971, and then publldy opened and read, for Demolition ter of Publicity Lodge F&AM The board announced the — Building No. 1, National Guard Training '• Surviving are two sons of New York; past patron of Center. Sea Girt, Hew Jersey. litter slogan campaign has be- Bidden will be required to quality In ac- Milo E Schumacher Jr. of the Esther Chapter Order of cordance with Chapter 52:35:8 Revised gun, with the deadline for all {Statutes prior to the opening or bids Plan? Huntington. N.Y. and Frank the Eastern Star of Jersey submissions by parochial and Retired Salvation Army Democratic iond specifications will be furnished (upcr G Schumacher of Franklin City; a member of the An- a deposit of S1O.00) on application to the 1 .public elementary school stu- Department of Defense, N.J., Armor* Park three daughters. Mrs. cient Accepted Scottish Rite; Drive. Trenton, Newilersey. dents on May 14. ENGINEERING DIVISION Charles Emley Sr of Los An- Valley of Jersey City, and a A savings bond prize will Unit Formed DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE, N.J Chief Describes Career March 8. ua S15.0Q geles. Calif., Mrs. Charles F. member of the Crescent be presented to the winner at FREEHOLD — Richard T. Mason of tincroft and Mrs. Temple of Trenton. chine shop for several years O'Connor, chairman of the BIDS WANTED the board's May 24 meeting. By MABYBETH ALLEN someone asked him what Sealed bids will be received hy Dominic Donald Fraipont of Princeton. > before going to Asbury Col- MonmoutH County Democrat- J. AST".. Board Secretary of th« school Surviving are his widow, RED BANK - Brig. Walter members of the Salvation district of Shrewsbury, New Jersey until Junction' two sisters, Misi • Murdoch felt a call to the Sal- Army did for fun. His answer lege. Of those years he com- ic Committee' has announced »:0O [Tin.,jprevalllno time, Monday! April Mrs. Ruth Wood'Neighbors; a 12, 1971, of which time proposals will be Margaret Waldmann and son, U.S. Army Capt. Robert Hazlet Pool vation Army... but objected was "We enjoy our work." ments, "Faithwise, I wasn't the formation of a six-man opened and publicly read af a meeting to ready, I didn't particularly be held In the schoolhouse on the above Mrs August Maltz. both of W. Neighbors, stationed in to the idea of having to wear And he notes that it is a good grievance committee to dale and time, for the. 1971/1972 school Keansburg' a brother, Frank Complex Wins believe in things spiritual. I "serve as a problem solving thing they do - because the VM Vietnam; a daughter, Mrs. a uniform. .' - TEVVCHING SUPPLIES Waldmann Jr. of Middletown; Arthur Richardson of Birm- '1 didn't think people had work is almost a full-time was materialistic in my think- group to better the relation- a) General 14 grandchildren and two HAZLET - The Swim and ing and ignorant of spiritual ship between the county orga- b) Paper ingham, Mich, and four . Tennis Club, open last sum- to wear uniforms or stand on proposition. great-grandchildren. street comers to indicate to truth." ...... nization and the 53 municipal JANITORIAL SUPPLIES grandchildren. mer, has won a,bronze medal Compensation Slight R|(PMNTINO-EXTERIOR AND INTE 1 'Not to Attract* organizations." The Bedle Funeral Home, Arrangements are under for design and workmanship others that they were Chris- When he became an army MILK — per half pint cartons — pas Matawan is in charge of ar- tians," he comments. "This is lieutenant, his salary was $9 a He was inspired to join the The members, all chairmen tevrlzed. hom*ogenized^ vitamin D. the direction of the Bedle Fu- in a 1970 Swimming Pool De- subject to the regulations of the Ol rangements. neral Home of Keyport. logical, because if everyone week - and $3 were given as army, he says, by one of its of their municipal Democrat- lice or Milk Industry. sign Competition held in Flor- Specldcotloiw, etc, con be secured ot Ihc ida in January. did, the corners would be board to the commanding of- international leaders who- ic organizations, are Stephen oflFce of the Board Secretory, 20 Obri full." spoke at his college. His mes- Bogen, Holmdel, named Place, on school days between the hours, o The four-pool complex, in ficer. He recalls that when he 9:00 am. -4:00 p.m. was put in charge of his first sage was simple: "I am not chairman; Leonard Bellezza, The Board reserves the rlpht to reje; Veteran's Park off Union He has, however, been pny or all bids to waive Immaterial formo wearing the uniform for 40 corps, his salary was up to here to attract any young per- Keansburg; Webb Boodey, lilies, and the rlaht to select any or oil o Ave., was judged with thou- the Items submitted by bidders. All bin- years; and although he has $11. The work, however, ne- son away from his church. Manasquan; Ed Davis, must be subm tied In sealed envelopes one Moln OHIca: sands of other entries by nine narked to Indicate the type of bid. Chestnut St., Red Bonk, N. J. 07701 retired, it is his hope' that op- cessitated a car. And when he But if God has called anyone Shrewsbury; Norman Dor- Branch Office*: affiliated industry leaders and BOARD OF EDUCATION •M Rt. J5, Mlddlttowi. N. J. portunities to serve will con- spoke to the colonel about here to the Salvation Army, fman, Ocean Township, and BOROUGH OF SHREWSBURY JO Eait Main St., Freehold, N. J. 12 non-industry judges in- - DOMINIC J. ACE (\RA, tinue. About 150 attended the getting one, he was told that obey God." Brig. Murdoch Richard. Van Wart, Spring Board Secretary 37t Broadway, Long Bronctv N. J. cluding architects, landscape JOObre Place I he would have to purchase it notes that he has no patience Lake Heights. designers and planners. dinner sponsored in his honor March l?,J}.n iU.ii Ellobllihad In uTTby Jonn*H7coolc and Hinry Cloy last night at the Tower Hill • on his own. For this, he says with those who try to draw • ' . Published by The Red Bank Register Committeeman Nicholas he personally paid $17.95 a people from one faith to an- , Member ol the Associated Press — The Associated Press Is entitled exclusively to Setteducato, pool chairman, Presbyterian Church. William iht use tor ^publication ot all the local news printed In this newspoper as well as all AP Fluhr, who has been on the month. other. "God," he says, "has news dispatches.-. - • . presented the award to Bo- local army's advisory board given us all minds to think Dig they must... ';» "Second class postagg paid al Red Sank, N. J. 07701 and at additional nulling of- sico Construction Inc. of Lan- Brig Murdoch \vas married Bees. Published dally. Monday through Friday. for 30 years and served as its in Pittsburgh in 1938. As mar- and souls to interpret the I month—$2.75 • ©months—$14.00 sdale, Pa., builders of the lo- truth." iKontni-W.SO ' 12mDnths-»27.O0 cal pool. chairman for about 20 years, ried officers, he and his wife Subscription Prices In Advance was emcee. Brig. W. Eldred were getting $18 a week - Pay we will! ' Home Dellveryby-Corrler — The complex will open its ChurctrS, commandeWor the The Murdochs are parents .SIn8lecopyolcoi»iter,ll>centstbr'Carrler50CentsPerWeek . second season on June 26, with which they had to pay of two children, who have state of New Jersey was an.for housing, buy a refrig- with a membership of 1,500 honored guest. also received degrees from families and individuals. erator, and meet utility ex- Asbury College. Norman now There are 187 openings re- Brig Murdoch cites the penses. He notes, though, that lives in Cincinnati, where he maining for the coming sea- sense of camaraderie and because of careful budgeting, is a university professor. As a son, .the pool committee an- notes that he and his wife are they "never particularly felt layman, he works with young nounced. grateful for the privilege of a pinch." people in efforts to help the^ having completed their duty He and his wife met in Ken- Salvation Army reach those here. He describes the army tucky, where they were at- in ghettos. Sentencing Is as being "disciplinary, but tending Asbury College. He beneficial to the individual notes that sometimes it's fun- "The pioneer spirit still ex- Set for Man who desires to improve him- ny how things work out. He is ists," Brig. Murdoch.com- ' .FREEHOLD-Israel Maf- self and serve the best and a native of Pennsylvania and ments. He explains that his dali of New York City will bo highest interests of humanity had intended to study land- son leads the band into poor sentenced May 14 for posses- . . . spiritually and mate- scape gardening at Penn areas and invites children to sion of a stolen credit card in rially. State. But when his high come to headquarters for p6 WIS6... Finance your sewer system Hazlet June 30,1969. "Despite tho heavy de- school principal filled out the breakfast... which increases Mafdall pleaded guilty to mands of the Salvation college application for him, Sunday school enrollment. hookup costs through us the charge, involving a credit Army," he says, "I tave nev- he put down "architecture" "Children," ho says, "are on our special low terms - card stolen from C. A. Neely er felt restricted and I ' instead of "agriculture." being reached and rehabili- of Sewlckley, "Pa., before wouldn't have it any other Confusion Encountered tated, in the Christian senso Can we help you? Monmouth County Court way." Confusion resulted and be by a program that begins WBAL JERSEY BUI •Judge Patrick J. McGann Jr. Yoars ago, he recalls, wound up working in a ma- with breakfast together." MEIUEROFF.D.I.C. AND TRuarr two/ brothers. Donald 4 The Dail» R<-g^rr. R«1 BjnkMirMMoMri.N. J.. Tue-lay Mardi 23.1971 William J. Brennan Kindergarten Malcolm McPhearson in North Arlington prior to McPhpr&on of North Arliiig- moving here 13 years ago. ton arid John A. McPherson of MIDDLETOWN - Malcolm He was a communicant of fnur TUSCON, Ariz. - WUJlajJi Registration Set Ic«jZgt

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I Five Are Arrested The DaSy Regbter, E«d Baok-MMfietonm^. J, Tuesday Mtrah 23,1971 5 a " '* |Mfl9ftED On Narcotics Raps R>f? OW NEW SHREWSBURY - A police said. Three of the occu- DeVeaux of 89 Throckmqrton routine car check by borough pants, on being searched, St., Freehold; and William A. police early yesterday re- were found to be in posses- Theiss of 12 Cottage Place, sulted in the arraignment of sion of drug paraphernalia. Freehold were all charged live men on drug charges and Arraigned before Judge with the unlawful and willfull the recovery of 48 decks of- Lawrence A. Carton 3rd in possession of hypodermic syr- heroin with an estimated val- Municipal Court yesterday inges commonly used in the ue of $250. were Philip A. Eeevey of 6625 injection of drugs. Police said four of the men Westeria St., Merchantville, A.fifth man,.-identified as were stopped on a routine car on a charge of unlawful pos- Ronald Morris of 29 Peach check on Shrewsbury Ave. by session of the heroin. St., here, also was arrested Patrolmen Kermit Brown and The three other car occu- and charged with possession Ladean White. pants, identified by police as of a hypodermic syringe, af- Heroin was discovered in Randolph L. Jones of 102 Cen- ter a search conducted by the the', rear seabarea of the car, ter St., Freehold; Gregory T. county, prosecutor's office, represented by Detectives William Seufert of the A« UIMS "Gee, I wish I could ! borough police and Charles O'Connor and Thomas Mion TOO. JIW ft? DEST paw § . dance like Jack" of the county. (P.S.He could-with Reevey, who is wanted on a NA JLKRIOELf warrant by the Hudson Coun« MODERN MACHINE — Operating the multi-pur- I just a few lessons.) ty authorities on charges of Sharp Work pose new cosh register in the office of County Want Jack to look, to his laurel ? possession of narcotics, was Clerk Benjamin H. Danskin, Mrs. Wilma Thomp- Want her to look to you? Just put released on $5,000 bail. He son provides the public with recording and cost in- Advertise in The Register yourself in the hands of an under faces a maximum penalty of Turned Out formation stamped on each document, and a standing Arthur Murray dance in receipt if requested. itructor. The fun and good'timcs 15 years in^jajl or $5,000 in :hat go with dancing belong to ev fines if convicted. By Machine sryone! Jones, DeVeaux, Theiss •YOUTH CENTER. and Morris were all released FREEHOLD - The newest on their own recognizance. addition to the office of Coun- PARTY TIME CLUB All five pleaded not guilty to ty Clerk Benjamin H. Dan- ' ARTHUR MURRAY FRANCHISED STUDIO the charges.' skin can accept and record A preliminary hearing was cash, validate documents and High Flying Spring Fashions 741-5858 Mon. thru Fri. 1 P.M. fo 10 P.M. set by Judge Carton for Mon- issue receipts. day, March 29, at 9:30 a.m. In It is, in fact, a custom-de- Municipal Court. signed cash register, a multi- DAfi-rV-vuieriMB Arthur Murray Franchised Studios I PARTY TIME CWB ,2 Droadst,|ReclBonk, N.J. 07701 keyed giant that processes I Pleoieiefid wilhout obligator) your Parly Time brochure. South Afi-ica Grows papers with impressive I Narrte „ CAPE TOWN (AP) - noises, and can do everything 1 Address „ Planning Minister Jan. J. but smile and hand you tie Loots said 41,569 persons emi- document. . I City .....i „ , _Tol. grated to South Africa last year while 9,178 left the coun- This last service is done by try. Mrs. Wilma Thompson; a principal index clerk anil one of three people trained to op- erate the machine, handling 150 to-300 papers a day. Revenue for the office an- nually reaches $650,000 to $700,000, based on a statutory fee schedule. The ne$r regis- ter, combined with a pre- viously installed electric bookkeeping machine, pro- vides an internal control sys- tem for all daily receipts. Spring Fashions Services Performed Beaching a new degree of sophistocation in county cleric ALL THE GREAT NEW LOOKS AT LOW, LOW PRICES operations, the machine will record on a deed an in- strument number, the price, revenue stamps and the date. It will also print a receipt, if requested. A It's a dress, it's a sleeveless c»at, Similar services are per- it s 1 pant dress ihstncd to becon c MATCH MATES - Woven acrylic plaid double formed for the discharge or Ilie most versatile oullit in your breasted coat, notch collar, pgtch pockets, with release of mortgage, certifi- warJrobe' S ncvless button Iroit matching flare pants. Color is Americana-Red, :oa! nifltcl.es llared pants in acrylic White & Blue. Sizes 4-6X $29.00, Sizes 7-14 $33.00 cate of incorporation, power •nslcl strip'1-, lo to »orr Aith or of attorney, military dis- g ili'c.-e bultor, Iron! poiy . ond many other sfyfes lo choose from. charge or waiver, all sym- ter d c>s Pm< or htue 4 6x. $31 bolized on a column of keys set; 7-14, $35 set Rainbow Girls defined as "extra recorded papers." Operation of the machine Teas tafught by its maker, Na- tional Cash Begister, to the other members of the book- keeping staff, Robert Arm- strong of Ocean Grove and Mrs. Francis Sculley 0! How- ell, but' the principal operator is Mrs. Thompson, who lives The look ofbouclm inEatontown.. A 10-year employe of the office, Mrs. Thompson was hired by the previous county TEXTURED clerk, the late J. Kussell Woolley. She spent six years NYLON SHELLS in the comparing room, and was then brought to the front Cotton and polyester-cotton office and taught book- keeping. $O99 A widow with four children and grandchildren, Mrs. DENIM JEANS, PANTS 2 Thompson showed a natural reluctance to launch a new Western styles, novel- • $coo Jewel or rock stilcfc neck-, career in the automated age. ties in solids, stripes. line styles with back zip-* But she did, early this year Assorted colors. pcrs. Machine wash. Basic when the. register was in- and fashion colors. 34-40. stalled. Misses' 8-18. $700 Since then, she has become proud of its versatility and her skill And the machine is 1 even beginning to look a little 3-A Formal lace pantdiess tiith deli 3-B Dainty flowers on a flocked trel- Pretty pnnnt pair cotton knit Jac- Western style stripes in a washable Colorful trims cate voile rullling the neckline and lis stripe ... the bodice, empire, the quart blouse, matching dirndl skirt ribbed polyester knit. Zip closing, smaller. armhole. Embroidered front trim. skirt a billowing double tier. Pink or in solid cotton double knit Lilac, solid yoke. To be worn with or with- Pretty alone or with matching lace blue Dacron-- cotton voile. Sizes 4- tangerine. 4 A Blouse. 4 E>, }4 714, out matching solid Jlare pants. Blue pants.White lace over whits or white 6x, (13:7-14, $14. R. A. A. Moppets. $5. 4-B Skirt, 46x, $1; 7-14, }4.50. or poppy. 4-D Dress, sizes 46x. $10; WHITE PEASANT over pink. Siies 4 6x, $18; 7-14. $20. 3-C Crinkle patent box bit fold trim. Not shown: 4-C Solid pints, 4-6x, 7-14, $11. 4-E Pants, 4-6x, $6JO; 7- Legion Post. f ein Children. Black, white. $3.50. Pyramid Luther. $4.50; 7-14, ft. Little Topsy. 14, $7. Stietchini. LOOK HOUSES Celebrates $O99 Anniversary KEYPORT - Members of 2 Raritan Post 23, American Prelty cottons with color- Legion, oldest Legion post in < ful embroidery, lie' rac the county, celebrated the ' or lace, trim's. Perfect 52nd anniversary of the Le- gion's founding in Paris ' with airnrHslc'irts. 32-40. with a program in the Legion home, 81 W. Front SL, March 18. Honored guests were Wal- Solids and prints ter Kuhner, commander of Colorful cottons the American Legion's De- partment of New Jersey, and ROIL SLEEVE Mrs. Kuhner. Other depart- PEASANT LOOK ment oificers attending were 5-B Edward Ryan of New Egypt, 5-A Floppy croehetKatipaslels.J3.5O. delightfully 6-B Popcorn crochtt biret,'while, vice commander; Kenneth breczctveight! DIRNDL SKIRTS CASUAL BLOUSES assld/colors. $3.5-Ciultctti.croclwt Drake of Westmont, master dcliciously cip, white -wittt .streamers. WO, at arms; and Joseph Heinlein caindy-.colorcd! AllbyCtecnspjn-Fis,ch. • of Eatontown, Monmouth $O29 $499 County executive com- mitteeman. YOU CAN ALWAYS CHARGE IT! 3 Post Commander George. Allen welcomed the guests" The newest look (in llie Bermuda or long point col- and introduced Homer Matte- lars. Solids of Blue Cpoly- son, anniversary chairman. casual scene. Charming ester-cotton. Avril* ray- YOUTH J prints With wide shirred A certificate of com- on-colton prints. 32 to 38. 2A Southern belle party dress, 2-D Little sister'i dim in novelty. elastic waists, S,- M - L. mendation was awarded Mid- sleeveless, with embtoideied bodice, stitch polyester ftnit that's com- .CENTER, land Glass Co. of Matawan, wide sash and its own sheer be- pletely washable. Party-pretty with milled shawl. Green/while Dmon" its high yoke, lace-trimmed neckline for its program for recycling polyesler/collon voile. Siies 4-6x, and sleeve, ribbon sash, In pink or of glass containers. Accepting $11; 7-14, JI3. Shutletbug. blue. Siies 2-4, $12. the award for the company Ulered ludemnk 20 Broad St. Red Bank «V SATISFACTION 6UARANTEED-REPLACEMENT OR MONEV REFUNDED was William Ware. Muskie Mailing Woos Youth Established in 1878 - Published by The Ked Bank Register by ROBERT S. ALLEN than "old-guard, Daley-Hum- and JOHN A. GOLDSMITH phrey types." M. HAROLD KELLY, Publisher Consequeirtly,vtKe inclusion Republican strategists note INSIDE of influential young people on with interest that the recent that Muskie, mass maUing list Arthur Z. Kamin, Editor mass mailing of a speech by WASHINGTON Jits neatly into the Davis con- Sen. Edmund G. Muskie, D- ception of a youth coalition Thomas J. Bly, Executive Editor William F. Sandford, Associate Editor Maine, included campus edi- for Muskie. It is also being tors and officers of student viewed as a step-up-wholly groups among some 9,000 «xpected-in Muskie's drive Tuesday March 23,1971 very important politicians. called "clump LBJ" move- ment in 1967-6H, who later re- to interest youth in his cam- ALLEN GOLDSMITH fused to support Hubert Hum- paign for tlie White House. The Muskie speech, deliv- be a major part of the MUBICU ered in Philadelphia, was one phrey in the presidential cam- The paid Muskie-for-Presi- been active in this work, no- paign. He is a June 1970 grad- dent staff, which is quartered tably in meetings with college youth activity, and the Mus> in which the winter-book fa- kic organization is reported vorite for the Democratic uate of the Yale University in a downtown office building students in California. Law School. separate from the senator's Not Only Colleges ready and willing to join in all presidential nomination put such efforts-including non- himsdf on record in favor of office, now numbers more However, the Muskie youth Views on War than 40. Two of them ai;e in- effort is not to be aimed partisan drives-to get young a complete Vietnam with- people on the voter, rolls by drawal by the end of next Davis has said lie joined volved mostly in youth activi- wholly at college youth. ties. election day. year. GOP politicos were not the Muskie campaign to Voungfactory workers, office spread his views on tjie war Eventually, the Mjn$t}e surprised that Muskie's cam- At this early stage of the workers and non-students of as much as to help defeat youth group is'expecledtjjiset paign organization wanted to campaign, the youth empha- all sorts are to be contacted, President Nixon. He plans to up a steering 'cojnmitfee, get the message across to sis is on organization. August and, where possible, regis- recruit young Muskie-cam- made up of its state' officials, youth groups. is said to be the deadline for tered at once under the appli- paigners, who come, for the setting up a Muskie youth cable local regulations. to prepare position papers on Muskie's youth coalition is most part, from the 1968 cam- group in each state to work With millions of young issues of intetesUo youth for headed by 25-year-old Lanny paign of former Sen: Eugene toward formation of local af- people newly eligible to vote "use by MiiskU's speech ! Davis, a veteran of the so- J. McCarthy, D-Minn., rather filiates. Davis himself has in 1972, voter registration will writers. - "' -«-,•• How to Save on Tires By SYLVIA PORTER periences with tire dealers in level," "premium." Such la- If yours is a typical subur- your neighborhood. bels are strictly subjective ban or exurban family, with YOUR MONEY'S (2) Shop for tires on the claims of quality by tire two or three cars in the drive- basis of their cost per mile, makers and dealers. way, your automobile tire bill using this rough guide to Ask First is now running into hundreds WORTH make your own price com- (4) Do not, once you have of dollars a year. If our na- parisons: a radial ply tire will decided which tires to buy, tional tire bill accumulates as last about 40,000 miles; a bel- automatically permit the W expected, we will spend in the conscientious dealer who will ted bias ply tire, about 25,000 dealer from whom you are range of 75 billion in 1971' make an honest effort to sell miles; a good bias ply tire, buying to put them on your alone for ordinary replace- you the type of tires best suit- 15,000 to 20,000 miles. You car-until you know what he PORTER ment tires, new tires on new ed to your driving needs. This may be surprised to discover will charge lor this service, If cars, snow tires, a whole dealer also will honor his tire that "premium" radial ply the charge is more than a (6) Buy retreaded tires range of new premium vari- warranty, a money-saver in tires are the least expensive, couple of dollars, take the job only for moderate speeds and etie* the long run. particularly, when you add in to another service station. loads, and buy them only What's more, as today's Go to Dealers real gasoline savings over a (5) Steer clear of vague, from a reputable dealer who trend toward automobile sa- In general, the most re- distance of 40,000 miles-but if extravagant performance gets his retreads from a shop fety accelerates, our tire bills liable are the franchised deal- you do not intend to drive claims which some tire sales- which inspects used tires will mount too. ers of nationally advertised your car this much, you may men make. For instance: carefully before retreading How, then, can you cut brands, large mail order not want so large a long-term "Stop 25 Per Cent Quicker." them. Retreads., usually cost your tire bill without sacri- retailers and established au- investment in expensive tires. (Quickerthan what: a train?) only about one-half the price ficing any vital safety aspect? tomobile service stations. (3) Don't pay much atten- or "50 Per Cent More Trac- of comparable new tires, but (1) The number one Bile is Query your car-owning tion to such tire designations tion." (Than what: ice you must obey the safety deal only with a reputable friends about their ex- as "first line," "one hundred skates?) rules. Hard Times for Mr. Nixon By JAMES J.KILPVTRICK suaded to negotiate a peace. "abandons any support of a These are bard times for These were the realities at Nixon Vietnamization policy Richard Nixon. Two years CONSERVATIVE home-that public opinion which is not designed to de- ago, a reliable poll found that would not accept defeat, but feat Communist aggression." The SST and the People 61 per cent of the people gave neither would it tolerate vic- Teague was so angry that he him a rating of "good to ex- VIEW tory. tossed his speech, page by The U.S. Senate is expected to vote He said he thought the House had re- cellent" on the confidence he He has had to bear with the page, to the floor. inspires. One year ago, the tomorrow on the fate of the controversial sponded to the will of the majority of doves, flapping their wings Can Rally Support figure was 41 per cent. This President inherited a sick supersonic transport (SST) plane after Americans. "I am not convinced," he for instant withdrawal; and I happened to be speaking month, the Harris Survey war and a sick economy; he he has had to fend off the oh the same YAF program, many hectic hours of maneuvering and said, "that the environmental questions puts it at 28 per cent. The took his oath of office before hawks, demanding in effect and sought to present a more lobbying by organized labor, government have been resolved. I believe our nation President, who survived six a hostile Congress on the Hill. that he level Hanoi. In be- favorable view of Nixon's KILPATRICK officials and the aerospace industry. must direct its financial resources into do- crises before he made it to He has not had a single easy tween these 20 per cent fac- conduct of the war. In the the White House, is facing ride in his 26 months along The House last week voted a stunning mestic channels to help the hungry, to im- tions, perhaps 60 per cent o£ questions and conversations No. 7. the presidential road. If his the people were quietly quiet, that followed, it became clear rejection of the plan to spend another $290 prove education, to improve mass trans- • As a measure of public atti- earnest efforts have failed to but they were poised for that a substantial body of taxes.down, taxes up; no con- million to help the nation's aviation in- portation and to save our environment." tudes, the Harris Survey is inspire confidence, his prob- alarm if he moved either these conservative young trols'and maybe,,controls. dustry to build two SST prototypes. Lobbyists for the SST argue that if statistically valid. A reporter lems might have earned sym- way. Now they are sullenly Americans are not as hawky Nothing has seemed to wbjrjt^ has to depend mainly on his Yet there are signs, all the Last year, House members voted, 102- the Senate ends the federal subsidy it will pathy. For a President, sym- quiet, beset by indecision and as their hawky director. If own sense of touch. For what- pathy may be the next best frustration. The silent support Nixon can accelerate his same, that the economy is'rfc' mean a loss of 13,000 jobs and of the $1 bil- 86, against killing the appropriation. On ever they may be worth, my thing. Nixon hasn't won even they once provided has stead- troop withdrawal plan-as De- covering willy-nilly. Nixon's' the most recent vote, the tally was 215-204 lion the government has already invested own impressions since No- that. ily seeped away. fense Secretary Laird has relations with the press, if not against continuing the appropriation. in developing the monster. vember, gleaned from 60,000 Political Realities Nixon suffered one more hinted- he will-President more friendly, are suddenly miles of travel, exactly con- The Senate now is faced with a deci- Given the political realities blow a few days ago in At- may yet rally public support. more frenetic. Spiro Agnew is A parliamentary maneuver, made firm the Harris findings. of these past two years, it is playing pianissimo, soft-' sion it thought it had made last Dec. 3, lanta, in a bitter attack from Nixon has done less well in possible by procedural reforms instituted Thinking of Nixon, I wet a hard to imagine, how any Randal Teague, executive di- his gropings to revive the peddling good like a Vice when it voted, 52-41, to halt federal spend- by the 92nd Congress, is credited with get- finger to the wind; and'a cold President could have coped rector of Young Americans sluggish economy. His eco- President should. Dr. Sve- wind blows upon it. ngali is lunching with Eugene ting the House to reverse itself. Simply ing on the SST. After the House voted to more skillfully with the war. lor Freedom. Teague charged nomic steps have suggested provide the funds, however, the Senate The wind, I believe, is These were the realities in the President with favoring a no game plan at all. It has McCarthy. Tricia and Ed are told, the House this time had its members cruelly unjust; but who can absorbed in goofly glances. compromised by permitting a continuance Paris-that a contemptuous policy of "gradual surren- been hands off and bands on; recorded, name by name. Previously, the ask a wind to be just? The enemy could not be per- der," and he said that YAF jawboning out, jawboning in; Pretty soon, spring. vote was by head count, and a representa- of the -funding until March 30. tive's action - or lack of action - would If the Senate follows the House by not be known to his constituents. . voting in line with its constituents' views, it may mean that the U.S. will leave de- Broad Street to the River The opposition to spending more tax velopment of the SST to other world pow- 5 Broad St. dollars on a questionable venture has been ers. Since it has not been demonstrated Red Bank, N.J. 07701 SST Gamble thing that already works than same machines from sending to face our problems. We are letters to people who have al- widespread, principally based on ecologic- that the SST ever will be financially fea- To the Editor: 39 McCampbell Road having trouble with our , ready answered their Christ- al considerations and the state of the sible, perhaps that would be just as well. On behalf of the Red Bank FROM OUR ' Holmdel, NJ. 07733 Community Chamber of Com- trains, roads, cars, buses, fer- mas Seal appeal. economy. Rep. Edward B. Forsythe, R- More important, it will mean that the To the Editor: merce, I wish to commend ries, and places to walk. All We should like to assure Ocean County, was among the Republi- voice of the. people still has some weight READERS I!d like to say a few things, these troubles might be you for your March 17 edito- as a systems engineer, about our supporters that we have cans who voted against the Administration in our nation and that realistic priorities rial concerning the "Broad helped if the engineers and received their Christmas Seal supersonic transports. The ar- the tax money being released bill. will be established. Street to the River" proposal. guments about pollution and donations and that they have Your objectivity in bringing benefit the greatest majority from the space program were been put to work fighting em- by far. cost per passenger mile are used as a vital resource in- the subject to the attention of really marginal: there is not physema, TB, and other res- your readers is an out- It is hoped that The Regis- stead of being dumped as sur- piratory diseases. ter will continue to support much to lose or gain either Thomas E. Dewey standing example of commu- plus into the nearest boon- We are trying to eliminate this project and that the re- way compared with subsonic nity service. The Chamber of doggle. the "bugs" from the comput- The sudden death of Thomas E. tion as governor of New York at the age sponse to the referendum will jets. The best arguments for Commerce has long been in Very truly yours, er, and we hope that our con- be as thoughtM as your edi- the SST are creating jobs, na- Dewey last Tuesday in Miami Beach at of 40. favor of this project and al- Martin B. Brilliant tributors will bear with us torial. tional prestige, and political the age of 68 removed from the scene-one As governor, he established a series though growth and progress during a most difficult period. - Sincerely, expediency. The arguments of the nation's real Mr. Republicans. of governmental reforms and Jhe charted often impose an inconven- against it are the real prob- Sincerely yours, ience, it is felt that this is a W. Alex McClendon It is perhaps unfortunate that -Mr. an enlightened liberalism for his party lems of our transportation Computer Bugs Mrs. John W. Putman necessary step which will President Chairman, Dewey was most publicized for twice that is being followed in New York by system. Monmouth County Campaign Gov. Rockefeller and elsewhere in the na- "What 111 Effects?" You can create jobs by TB-Respiratory Disease Asso- being his party's unsuccessful presidential ciation 46 Navesink Avenue tion. spending money on anything. candidate in 1944, when he had little Money spent on a prototype of Central New Jersey Rumson, N. J. chance of defeating the incumbent, Presi- Columnist Walter Lippmann wrote SST that will never be used 12 Baldwin Ave. dent Franklin D. Roosevelt, and in 1948 that it's strongly probable that the history creates jobs for engineers. If Jersey City, N. J. 07304 To the Editor: when he was supposed to have won handi- of the Republican Party would be much the SST is produced and oper- Representation This association has re- ly over Harry S. Truman. different today if he had been elected to ated, half the operating jobs will be in other countries be- ceived numerous telephone A'tili Daily Register has re- the presidency in 1948. Because he would calls and letters from area Because of the stunning, upset victory cause the SST is to run only Cdwel a copy^lfthe following . have followed a more progressive path, across the ocean. If the same residents regarding a recent letter for publlciSen: that Mr. Truman scored, Mr. Dewey's the nation would have been spared the fol- engineers were given the mailing of follow-up cam- •Mfatum DrM^ brilliance was somehow clouded in the lies of McCarthyism and the reactionary same money to design better paign letters. We should like MKPfM>#.%te to take this opportunity to KPfM>#»%te public mind. The mustache and his serious period which led to the Goldwater Re- railroads, all the jobs "Middletown Township Cm;;; demeanor gave people the impression that •created to run the trains apologize to those citizens mittee "•[: •;. 'J'v publican disaster of 1964. would be in this country. who received letters and to he was a cold, demanding person when 1 "Dear Sirs: »••••' -. Mr. Dewey was the single most pow- Breaking the sound barrier briefly explain the reason for "When will you appreciate just the opposite was true. erful figure in securing the presidential with a commercial aircraft this oversight. as our elected representatives In private, he was affable, but in pub- would bring national prestige. For the first time in the nomination of Dwight D. Eisenhower in .that our election to rejectthe lic he behaved in a manner he thought But we keep losing prestige more than 60-year history of. school budget several years 1952, and although Mr. Eisenhower gener- the Christmas Seal Cam- was consistent with being governor of a whenever a foreigner looks at in a row is a mandate on you, ally stood for progressive policies, he did our railroads. Most of the paign, we are part of a com- our elected officials, to do great state. not refashion the Republican Party itself trains in Western Europe are puterized program developed •something similar on our be- better than ours. Improving by our parent group, the Na- half. For students of government, how- as Mr. Dewey quite likely would have. our railroads would be a sure tional Tuberculosis and Res- "Mr. Makely's comment ever, Mr. Dewey will be remembered not Mr. Dewey may have lacked the "com- gain in prestige. The SST is a piratory Disease Association. that we don't intend to dis- for his defeats, but for his successes, mon touch," nowadays called charisma, technical gamble because As with all new ventures, turb or harm education seems Which began at the age of 32 when he was but, to his credit, he never whined about even if it flics it might not be we have experienced some to fly directly in the face of an improvement, but there is technical problems and we the will of the people who put one of the nation's most successful prose- the turn of fate which denied him the high no doubt that our railroads are making every effort to him in office as they ex- office for which he seemed so superbly cutors. could be better. correct them pressed it in several con- Winning 71 convictions out of 72 in- suited. , Then why propose to devel- In an era when most Amer- secutive education budget re- dictments, Mr. Dewey got national recog- We concur with President Nixon's de- op a supersonic transport in- icans marvel that computers jections. nition for his war on racketeers and the scription of Mr. Dewey as "a great patri- stead of a better railroad? can safely direct men to the "Whatever happened "to Maybe' because it's easier to moon and back to earth, we representative government?. politicians who protected them, and the ot, a distinguished statesman and a fine think of building a "bigger are bewildered by the fact "Sincerely, public's confidence in him led to his elecr human being." '• <• and better" version of some- that we cannot prevent these "Joseph P. Bums" ,1971 Air R-FH Paper Mde's Dismissal By WILLIAM J. ZAORSKI Assistant Superintendent cernng his dismissal last discussed the article with Mr. 27,1970, with Dr. John P. Kin- FREEHOLD - An assistant Newton Beron was the second summer as adviser of the Dignan because he did not ney Jr., school superinten- superintendent of the Rum- witness to testify in a hearing school's newspaper. Mr. Dig- feel that it was fuly accu- dent. son-Fair Haven Regional before Hearing Examiner Jo- nan maintains that be was rate. Mrs. Brandt was The fact that people were DAYS High School' testified yes- seph F. Zach of the Division never given specific reasons allowed to write a letter to complaining about in- Rt. 35 at Patterson Ave., Shrewsbury (1OO Ft. North of Shop-Rite) terday that Joseph J. Dignan, of Controversies and Disputes for his removal by the school the editor to express her accuracies in the paper pre- (741-5019) WED.,-THURS.-FRI. 10 A.M. TO 9 P.M. - SAT. 10 A.M. an English teacher, was in the, office of the commis- board. views, he said. cipitated my concern," he TO 6 P.M. dropped as faculty adviser of sioner of education. The hear- Case of Rights Harm Is Seen said. the school's newspaper be- ing Is expected to conclude William G. Bassler of Red Concerting another con- All three school assistant cause the school's assistant today and the matter referred Bank, representing Mr. Dig- troversy involving the paper, superintendents agreed it "Where The Manufacturers Cut Out The Labels superintendents felt the Rum- to the division for decision. nan, said the highlights of the Mr. Beron said he was con- would be best to have another sonian needed "new blood, The hearing had been re- case are the constitutional cerned about a quotation in adviser for the paper, he said, and MR. LIQUIDATOR CUTS THE PRICES!" new impetus." quested by Mr. Dignan con- rights of Mr. Dignan, alleging the paper by George Bernard adding: "We felt there was a that the school board deliber- Shaw, "He. who can, does; he need for a change from one SALE STARTS ately dismissed Mr. Dignan who can't, teaches." "I was person to another." Pressed as adviser as a punitive act concerned," said Mr. Beron. by, Mr. Bassler, he added that since he was president of the "The paper should not be a "we felt the Rumsonian could device to hurt pecple. It is use new blood, new impetus." WEDNESDAY 10 A.M. teachers' association, and be- cause he had refused any supposed to publish news wor- TUrl Dignan testified he kind of censorship of the pa- thy articles." He felt this was joined the Rumson-Fair OVER 350 ALL NEW JUST BROUGHT M FRESH per. critical of teachers. Haven regional school system "THE HOTSIES ARE HERE" "I question the sound ad- Mr. Dignan said he was in 1961 and became the ministrative policy which al- unaware of the quotation in school's newspaper adviser. WE'VE GOT'EM lows a school to retain a the. paper, continued the as- He noted that that year he re- UOIES - JUNIORS IAMOUS MAKER 3-pc. salad set teacher for nine years as an sistant superintendent, that it ceived a letter of com- adviser, increases his pay and had slipped by him and be mendation from the assistant suddenly then terminates his was sorry for it. The paper's superintendent in charge of position without giving any editor also was sorry that it curriculum who said be felt reasons," charged Mr. Bas- was printed, he said, adding an issue of the paper was the sler, that it was generally agreed finest be had seen in his 13 School Board attorney that more care was needed years at the school. 2IHOTPANT Abraham J. Zager of Bed about what got into the paper. The English teacher testi- Bank sought to dismiss the Mr. Beron said he met with fied he did not receive any petition for a hearing without the paper's editors last spring adverse criticism concerning the taking of testimony. He to discuss an invitation by the paper from the school ad- cited several decisions from The Daily Register for the pa- ministration. He added that the commissioner of educa- per's editors to visit the Reg- over the years, the paper bad SETS-RIOT! tion and the courts which gen- ister to discuss newspapers in won several awards. THE MOST DYNAMITE LOOKING erally hold that a school general. At that meeting, In March, 1967, he contin- board bas the right ty employ however, the students wanted ued, he went to Dr. Kinney STYLES AND COLORS TO CHOOSE and dismiss teachers without to discuss an editorial stand asking to be relieved as advi- Sizes 3-15 tenure without explanation. the school paper took on Pub- ser after an assistant superin- One decision held that a lic Law 303. Mr. Dignan was tendent made a derogatory school board has the right to not present at that meeting, remark about the paper but assign and transfer teachers be said. that Dr. Kinney would not re- in Us employ as it sees fit. "I discussed the article lieve him and assured him Hearing Continued 'with them," be continued, ex- that it was a result of a mis- In continuing the bearing, plaining that he felt that it understanding. Mr. Zach said the beart of the was not fully accurate. "I ex- Mr. Dignan said he obtain- NONE Large crystal salad bowl dispute was whether the pressed to the editors the im- ed tenure as a teacher in 1964. school board acted in good portance of.accurate report- He continued as adviser al- HIGHER on handsome silverplated base faith under statutory'author- ing," he added. though he never received offi- —it's 5%" tall, 10" diameter. Includes ity or if it was arbitrary, Poetry an Issue cial letters informing him- NA T. ADV. UP TO $42.00 IF PERFECT matching silverplated serving capricious and unreasonable. Under cross examination that he beld the post, he said. spoon and salad serving fork. Mr. Beron testified he had by Mr. Bassler, Mr. Beron Until 1966, he received no OVER 300 ALL NEW JUST BROUGHT IN FRESH met with the editorial staff of said he also had taken issue compensation for the job, he LADIES - JR'S - MISSY BETTER BRANDED Citn a the Rumsonian after Mr. Dig- with an issue of the paper said, but that year he re- Hftcta nan went to Assistant Super- which was devoted to poetry. ceived $250 and similar 1971 SPRING intendent Albert J. Loux "I felt the paper should stay amounts from then until 1969 Littmaifs about comments made by with newsworthy articles, he when he received $500. Mrs. Richard Brandt, presi- said, adding he had no objec- He added that he felt he PANT-SUITS AND dent of the Home-School As- tions to the poet, Lawrence was entitled to summer em- Ferlinghetti. 65 Broad Strart Monmouth sociation, concerning an ar- ployment at tbe school but SZES Red Bank Shopping Canttr ticle in the paper on Public Mr.. Reran insisted he did was told that seniority was Op«n Wednesday OpmMondiyTtini Law'303 which gives public not discuss a Eegister edito- based on time served in sum- DRESSES 5To15 6To 16 and Friday Fnlay Till 9:30 P.M. employes the right to collec- rial, Scholastic Press Under mer employment, not Tears Til 3:00 P.M. SaMay 10-6 tive bargaining. He said be Attack which appealed Feb. as a teacher. 00 $AA 00 NONE 5 TO ZU HIGHER NAT. ADV. 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BOY'S AND YOUNQ MEN'S BETTER BRANDED - - 2.You'llbeinailedarolloffamou3-makecolorfilm(worth$1^5)foryourcamera. • KNITS $ •COTTONS (Choice of 620,127, or 126 Cartridge which fits Kodak Instamatic*Cameras.) •BLENDS *3. Send it for processing and prints at special reduced rates. Each and every tune- • ETC. • ETC. 2,00 PANTSFLARE BOTTOM along with yourprints, you'll receive anot/ier roll of color film. Plus extra prints of each photograph, wallet size! • SOLIDS $ • STRIPES 4.YourFordDealercolorfilmofFercansaveyouhundredsofdollarsover \ . > • PLAIDS NONE a lifetime. It's our way of say ing... whether you buy a Ford or not- RIOT • DESIGNS HtGHflt SIZES3 To 18 - NAT. ADV. UP TO 18.00 IF PERFECT5.00 . t«ni4»w^ 4. "t~> we don't love you and leave you. We don't bve you and leave you. MARK-DOWN THIS T SPRING & SUMMER WEEK MEN'S-LADIES-CHILDREN'S DOREMUSFORD • PANTS - TOPS - SHIRTS - BLOUSES - SHIFTS • DRESSES - SETS - SHELLS • PAJAMAS .• BATHING SUITS - SHORTS - ETC. - ETC. 90 MONMOUTH STREET CASHIER WILL DEDUCT SPECIAL GROUP . EXCEPT BLUETAGS RED BANK NO LAYAWAYS OR CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED FOR THIS SALE.... OBVIOUSLY - ALL SALES ARE FINAL 8 Ute-fiftlr HejtUUT, fW Hantt-JMflrtwnJS. J.. Tufsky Ha/rh ^3,1971 Doctor of Divinity Degree Given St. Paul's Pastor of Ordained Ministers for the BANK - Marcus Ar- his bachelor of divinity de- He is pastor of St. Paul gree from New Brunswick Baptist Church, here, along Sea Coast Missionary Associ- kite Pierce of New Shrews- ation of N.J., and area coor- • bury, an employe of The Sig- Theological Seminary. with his fort duties. He is .president of the Westside dinator for the Southern nal School, Department of He served in the armed . Leadership Conference. Specialist Training, Commu- Ministerium and Layman forces in both the Korean Council of Red Bank; presi- Dr. Pierce has assigned nications Security Division, Conflict and in Vietnam. Due himself the task of bringing lias received the doctor of dent of the NAACP for the to combat injuries, he was Greater Red Bank and Long about church unity under one divinity degree from More- medically retired from the ministerium administration bous3 College, Atlanta, Ga. Branch areas; chairman of U.S. Army in the grade of the King Observance Com- for the Missionary Baptist It was conferred in recogni- major. His military awards Denomination of Churches on tion of Mr. Pierce's achieve- mittee of Ked Bank and adja- and decorations consist of the cent areas; director of Afro- the Westside of Red Bank. He ments in the fi«ld of civil Silver Star; Bronze Star for lives with his wife, Cordelia, rights and because 6f his ac- American Holding Corpo- Valor with Oak Leaf Cluster;' ration of Asbury Park, and is one son, Andre, and three complishments in the gospel Purple Heart with two Oak daughters, Wanda, Corbi and ministry, to include contribu- a member of Red Bank's Leaf Clusters; Army Com- Project Harmony, Advisory Marcia, in New Shrewsbury. tions in the field of education mendation and war and peace as a general professional Committee on Narcotics and time campaign and occupa- the board of directors for the member of NJEA and NEA tion ribbons. organizations. Interfaith Youth House of And Blue Marches Into Spring Greater Red Bank. Mr. Pierce completed high He has spoken and preach- Red, White and Blue. The classic color combination designed school training at Central ed in more than a dozen col- Academy High School, Pa- leges and seminaries and in He is assistant,,chaplain of to bedazzle. Bursting into spring on a new-shape heel, this latka, Fla. He received the many pulpits. He is the au- the Monmouth County Correc- 11 ..slim silhouette is voted most likely to succeed. A crispy bachelor of arts degree from thor of a published volume, tional Institution and a mem- Kansas State University and "The Young Preacher." ber of the Permanent Council Jook that marches so easily for any occasion. Think ^independently this season ... hail Selby's newest Awards Given E es : in Red, White and Blue! J. S. W£r At County Medical Home Shoe Company ALLENWOOD - Three 20 years receiving pins were Peter Lilfke, Farmingdale, 18 Broad Si. Ked Bank hundred and seventy-seven Mrs. Marie Daniel, food ser- and Eugene Peace, Freehold. years of service were repre- vice supervisor, and Charles The Rev. J.E. McFarland sented by 25 people who re- Feeney, senior cook, both of of the Allenwood Church gave ceived awards here at the Wall Township, and'Eunice the invocation. Geraldine L. Thompson Me- Waters, Farmingdale, senior Instructor for in-service dical Home. food service worker. ' education was Mrs. Lorna Marcus A. Fierce . The awards ceremony was Citations were presented to Zimbicki, who will conduct coupled with an in-service the administrator, Mrs. Edith conrses at both the Thompson education graduation at Anderson, a registered nurse, Home and the John L. Mont- which 17 employes received of Point Pleasant, for 15 gomery Home, Freehold, pins and certificates. years of service, and to which is also operated by the The employe awards and Stanley Hildebrandt and Sum- board. pins were presented by mis Turner of Wall Township, Graduates include Mrs. Charles W. Stephens, chair- 19 years. Mattie Jenkins, Asbury Park; In our hurry to stock up after man of the county Welfare Recognition was given for Mrs. Ellen Allaire, Mrs. Mary Board. The home, licensed .for 1$ years of seivice to Mrs. Davies, Mrs. Inell Jennings the strike, we Chevy dealers the chronically ill, is operated Bernice Finney and Mrs. Ollie and Mrs. Ida Belle McQueen, grabbed every model, every by the board. Admission pref- Moore of Lakewood. Also, Farmingdale; Mrs. Dorothy erence is given to individuals Gordon Gifford of Brick Youngblood, Freehold; Mrs. color we could get. : of low income county resi- Township; George Huestis of Leona €holminski, Jackson; Now the piper must be paid. dents. Wall Township; Mrs. Elaine Mrs. Glennie Overton, La- Dr. George J. McDonnell of Trocchio of Neptune, and kehurst; Mrs. Bernice Fin- We must balance out our off-balance • Freehold, medical director of Mrs. Dorothy Waters of ney, and Mrs. Verda Mae inventory. the home, was honored for 31 Farmingdale. Gill, Lakewood; Mrs. Dou- years'*service. A pin was Others receiving citations kissa Montis and Mrs. Dora In the next 30 days we Chevy dealers of presented to Peter Daniel of were Edward Carrol], Mrs. Tee, Neptune; Mrs. Jeanne this area will sell off every off-balance * Wall Township, head cook, for Martha E. Derres, Mrs. La Penn, Point Pleasant; Mrs. 33 years. Frank Matthews of Verne Kennedy, Thurman Charlotte Wolley, Spring listing in bur stock of over 10,000 cars. , Wall Township, hospital Smith and John Mosher, all of Lake, and Edward Carroll, You could save a fortune. ' maintenance superintendent, Wall Township; Miss Marga- Mrs. Edith Chapman, Mrs, received a pin for 31 years' ret Mantlick, Belford; Allan Marie Daniel, Jerry Griffin, service. Thomson Howell; Mrs. Ver- and Mrs. Alice Van Arsdale, Wall Township. v Employes with more than neda Ippolito, Englishtown;

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WOP • Ubury p»rk • red bmk 10.5:30, wed., Irl.to 9 • brick town plaza, 10-9, ait. 6:30, lim. noon 10 5:50. County Welfare Rights Group Prepares would cut back large fami- ershlp Conference, and Dr. pay rent. In the Freehold ty welfare rights organization obtained by calling Mrs, Nor- IRS lies," Mrs. Eandolphsald, ad- George A. Wiley, executive area, "some very poor tamt> ana about Die march may be ma Randolph, 48 Avenue A. FREEHOLD - If state leg- ding that the rent allowance director of the National Wel- lies pay $135 for rent," not toe islators' decide to base wel- of |97 falls far below the ac-fare Bights Organization. $97 being proposed, Mrs. Ran- fare payments on flat grants tual rents that welfare clients The coalition group sub- dolph said. instead tf budgeted needs as are forced to pay, which scribes to the1 non-violent ac- The welfare rights group, at present, "A toto f people could run around 5100-120 or tion methods credited to the as part of a coalition of orga- VINCENT'S are going to go hungry," said as high as f 150-175 in Mon- leadership of the late Rev. nizations, win rally April 3 at Mrs. Norma Randolph, Moo- moutb County. Dr. Martin Lother King. 10 a.m. at the Battle Monu- COAT SHOPPE mouth County chairman of Face Eviction Besides opposing the flat ment in Trenton, and then 134 Monmouth Si., Red Bank the National Welfare Bights In recent talks, a group of proceed on a 10-mile inarch Some oars Organization. grant proposal, the county look great at the landlords told welfare lights group is organized to ac- up Rt 205 to the governor's 741-7518 ideeler1*. But gat them out on >d The cpunty group will par- representatives that they quaint welfare recipients of mansion in Princeton. th» street and it's a different story. "* , . . _ , Mr- ticipate April 3 in a Trenton would not reduce the rent, but their rights and to work for The coalition opposes wel- Fortunately for us (and you) the MGB isn't like that. Ths Inklings rally and March on the gover-. would evict welfare clients such benefits as school lunch fare cuts and the governor's -NOWONSAIE- you get about It In the showroom are more than reslized oh tha nor's mansion sponsored by who failed to pay. programs in all schools. rosd proposed flat grant, and is Fringe Suede Jackets And the reason's aren't Hard to find: a1798 cctwln-carb engine, several; organizations to pro- This means welfare Mrs. Randolph said that in committed to "fight igatngt test the.proposed flat grant. raok-and-plnlon steering, raclng-typa suspension, front disc recipients on flat grants Monmouth County, as of hunger, war, and repression leather Jackets & Vests brakes, end a fully-synchronized 4-epaed gearbox. "The flat grant Is in- would have a choice between March 1, there are 11,293 fam- in this state and in this coun- So come on In and take a look at the MGB: You'll like It. And adequate," said Mrs. Ran- hunger and homelessness, ilies on welfare, "of which try." you'll still like It after you take a no-obllgaiion test-drive. And Isn't dolph.. "If it becomes law, Mrs. Randolph said. , 7,223 are receiving aid to de- The coalition includes the Suede Skirts that what buying a sports car Is sll about? there tyill be more malnon- The welfare rights grojip Is pendent children. welfare rights organization, rishmeiit and a greater health Plain Suede Jackets a participant in the national County Conditions N.J. Sane, the United Farm- IATONT0WN—Meniriauth Motors, Rt. 35 crisis than ever existed in this "war, Against Bepresslon", State welfare rights figures workers Organizing Com- state," she added., . declared recently in a joint Indicate that if the flat grant mittee, Friends of Welfare* Specialist in ASIURY PARK—A* O Motors, tt/lain Stn* The|propbi(ld flat grant, statement by Dr. Ralph Da- becomes law, 70 per cent of Rights'and community peace HAZUT—Buhlir fc litter, 1290 Hljhw.y 3S which-would' allow a max- vid Abernathy, president of the ADC families in Essex centers in the state. iMthtr&Suede Cleaning & Repairs imum jnonthly grant of |320, the Southern Christian Lead- Comity would be unable to Information about the coun-

TWJ •• I ' • - ..11 . i\ ' . : j .!.•.•?')• W|ants 18 Mad* SPRING SPORTCOATS Age of Majority For Boys,land Young men WASHINGTON - Rep. would require ratification by James J. Howard, D-N.J., is the states. By Botany expected to offer an amend- A bill giving 18-year-olds ment to the 18-year-old voting the right to vote in national Boys'! Size 8 to 20 bill today that would make 18 elections already has been the age of majority. enacted by Congress. Young Men 36 to 42 The amendment will be to Congressman Howard said the measure sponsored by ho will offer the amendment Doublebreasted or Flap Pocket Single Rep. Emanuel Celler, D-N.Y., Belted Backs chairman of the House Judi- lege of voting should be ac- ciary Committee, that would companied by equal responsi- amend the-Constitution to bility. give 18-year-olds the right to If 18 is made tho age of ma- vote in all elections. That jority, persons that age not measure is expected to come only will be able to sign ale* before the House today. If ap- gal contract, but will be legal- proved by the Congress, it ly responsible for fulfilling it. Auxiliary Formed For Camperships A Completely Male RED BANK - "Give a Kid agencies to take children they a Break - Carapership Needs could not otherwise serve Oriented Your Support." without the program's refer- That's the theme of theral and financial assistance. newly formed auxiliary to Referrals are made by school Clothing Store Community Services Coun- and public health nurses, cil's Campership Program, school and agency social now entering its fifth year of workers and clergymen. \AH operation. funds contributed go into-a The auxiliary will launch a special campership account publicity campaign, hold with Community Services fund-raising events

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HOLES IN FLOOR. DENTS mi BOY? OUTPmWSSIHCB ISM CRACKEDPAINTANDHOLLOWWOOD AT GARAGE POSTS. DIRTSPOTS APPEARING ON WAUS. BASEBOARD CRUMBLES WHEN TOUCHED. 19 BROAD STREET RED BANK JO tli.l.ll. I..-M.VJ.. lu. -IJ> VlJr.ti ii. l'KI Kircmen PJan (Jiffwood Dance 2 Doctors Named Middletown Lions CUFFWOfJD - Charted Van Claim has been installed To Riverview Staff Giving to Blind as chief o£ Cliff wood Fire Co. BED BANK - The board surgical residency at the Al- tober, directed by Peter Ko- 1. LEONARDO - A check for of governors of Riverview bert Einstein College of Medi- pasz, was the club's most suc- Other line officers are Fred Hospital has appointed Drs. $1,500 will be presented to- cine. Njw York. In his final cessful drive. Stegner, deputy chief; Ken- Aldo Giordano and Donald year, he was chief surgical day to Camp Happiness, neth Wicklund, captain; Rolhman to the associate resident. He has done pulmo- rehabilitation facility for Other Contributions James Burlew Jr., first lieu- staff in the Department of nary and cardiovascular re- blind men, by W. Irwin Besides the Camp Happi- tenant; James Kube, second Surgery. - search as a fellow of the New Hendricks, president of the ness gift, the drive enabled lieutenant; Andrew Decker, Dr. Giordano received his York Tuberculosis and Health Middletown Township Lions the Lions to purchase many chief engineer; John Kenner, medical degree from the Uni- Association. Club. pairs of eye glasses for the in- captain of the Fire Police, versity of Modena in Italy. He Dr. Rothman served as a The check will be presented digent of the township, to con- and Joseph Emm, Fire Police interned and served a four- Marine Corps base surgeon in at the Lions regular meeting tribute to the Delaware Val- lieutenant. year surgical residency at Vietnam, a Navy surgeon at 7 p.m. in The Cobble- ley Eye Bank, to share in the The unit will sponsor a Knickerbocker Hospital, New aboard the USS Sanctuary in stones, Rt. 35. The club has cost of an electronic micro- square dance Saturday from 9 York City. During his final the South China Sea, and as contributed regularly to scope for eye research pur- p.m. to 1 a.m. in the fire- year of residency, he was attending staff surgeon at the • Camp Happiness many years. chased by the Lions Clubs of house. Harold Buttermark is chief surgical resident. Addi- Portsmouth Naval Hospital in The $1,500 gift is being made New Jersey, and to conduct chairman. Tickets are avail- tional residencies in urology Virginia. at this time to assist the eye screening programs for camp's current program of able from any fireman and at and in pathology were served Dr. Rothman is associated pre-schoolers in the township. improvement and expansion. Burlew's store, South Con- at Toronto East General Hos- with Dr. Allen B. Kendall in During 1970 two blind per- course, Cliffwood Beach. pital, Toronto, Canada. o. his offices at 135 Maple Ave. The contribution is one of A dinner marking the com- He has held fellowships in many made possible by the sons regained their vision pany's 43rd anniversary is thorasic surgery at Queens Lion's annual White Cane through the eyes pledged by a ARCHITECT'S RENDERING of the new four-story headquarters office planned lor Saturday, March Hospital Center, New York, Complete Drug drive. Mr. Hendricks said the past president of the Middle- building which First Merchants National Bank will construct soon on a 27. and served as director of the 1970 White Cane Week in Oc- town Club who died last year. four-acre tract at 60 Springdale Ave., Neptune. The new building will con- Peter Vena, one of the com- nurses' training program at Law Program tain more than 30,000 square feet of office space. It has been designed so pany's original members, has Knickerbocker Hospital. SEA GIRT - The 27th class the bank can consolidate its operations in one building. First Merchants, been elected to his seventh He is a member of the at- in a special Drug Law En- which now has its main office at 601 Matrison Ave., Asbury Park, also plans term as fire commissioner for tending staff in the Depart- forcement Training Program to construct three new branch facilities in 1971. District 1. Chaplain Al Gi- ment of Surgery at Kni- for municipal officers, con- lanyi has been named chap- ckerbocker Hospital, Polyclin- ducted at the State Police lain for the Monmouth County ic Hospital, New'York, and Training Center here has Firemen's Organization. French Hospital, New York. been completed, according to FUEL OIL He is a member of the Ameri- Col. David B. Kelly, State Po- can Medical Association, the lice Superintendent. CALLED OFF medical societies of New Jer- Among those successfully TRING, England (AP) •- sey and New York, and the completing the course are This town isn't quite as old as it New York State Society of Belmar Patrolman Dennis figured. Hertfordshire officials Surgeons. Ryan, Middletown Patrolman Fred D. Wikof f Co. whooped up a big celebration for He maintains offices at 4 William Thorne, Spring Lake this-year on the supposition that Breezy Point, Little Silver. Sgt. Kenneth Bailey and Tring was founded in 571. His practice is limited to gen- Capt. Tommy Lowman and 236 MAPLE AVENUE After a look through the eral surgery by referral. Capt. Leonard Sarver, both of books, blushing officials decided Dr. Ronald Rothman was Ft. Monmouth. they may have been a few cen- graduated from the Univer- turies off and called off the sity of Chicago School of Drug Addiction Problem? RED BANK 741-0554 festivities until they can figure Medicine and spent his inter- Call 888-3333-For Help Day or out a new year. nship and a five-year general •Night. ANOTHER MART FURNITURE GALLERIES

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United Fund to Honor County Firms Next Tuesday dletown National Baal, Kerr RED BANK - The Mon- Glass Manufacturing Corp, 3 nity leaders will be recog- corporate contribution and a said. "Whether it be scooting, Its projected goal for the sec- developing the Loaned Execn-: mdel, and IBM, Shrewsbury. M Company, Merck k Co., mouth County Unled Fund nized for their efforts on be- N.J. Bell Telephone, N.J. will honor 29 firms at its an- pledge for payroll deductions nursing services, Bed Cross, ond consecutive year, Mr. ifives Committee, a group' The other firms are Air half of the Fund. Election of from the employes. USO, or one of the other fine Ambler said. which organized employe Cruisers Co., Bamberger's Natural Gas Company, Pru- nual meeting Tuesday in a new board of directors is dential-Deal, Prudential- Rod's Shadowbrook, Shrews- Twenty-seven voluntary, organizations, in some way Mr. Ploeger and four other . campaigns in the county. ftew Jersey Bell Telephone also on the agenda. agencies in the fields of we are all affected." area chairmen will receive Ed Moran, community rela- Labs, Bennett Industries, Matawan, The Daily Regis- bury. This year's total of more ter, Sears Roebuck-Neptune, Awards will be presented health, recreation and char- The annual meeting-dinner awards. They are Vincent T. tions director of Bel Tele- Brockway GlassCo,,Buck En- than $300,000 is an all-time acter building are the benefi- has as chairman Harry Ploe- Hirsch, Asbury Park; E.A. phone laboratories, will be gineering Co., Central Jersey Sears Roebuck-Middletown. {or employes' fund -raising ef- high, according to Edwin M. ciaries. Standard Keil Hardware, forts. ger, manager of Sears, Mid- Hannah, Freehold; Emil 01- master of ceremonies. Bank, Combined Federal Ambler, Fund president. The "These agencies touch ev- dletown, who was campaign sen, Wall Township and Rob- Two newcomers to the Campaign, Electronic Associ- Steinbach-Asbury Park, Stein- In addition, 53 firms will be campaign cmcentrates on bach-Red Bank, United Way; commended for their corpo- ery citizen of Moomonth chairman for the Bayshore ert Tttrney, Bed Bank. Fund are among the firms ates, First Merchants Nation- larger business and industry, County, regardless of age or Area. Under bis leadership, of America and Western Elec-i rate gifts and many commu- John Holcombe of New Jer- being honored. These are al Bank, Jersey Central Pow- trie. Mr. Ambler said, seeking a income level," Mr. Ambler this area more than doubled sey Bell will be honored for Lily-Tulip Corporation, Hol- er and Light, Keansburg-Mid- AAVWSchedules Discussion On Legalization of Marijuana COLLECTS RAVE RED BANK - "Should the Tower Hill Presbyterian Northern Monmouth County Marijuana Be Legalized?" is Church, Harding Road. Branch of the American Asso- the topic of a panel discussion The program, sponsored by ciation of University Women, OF REDBANK scheduled Monday, April 6, in the Drug Study Group of the will follow a brief business 24 BROAD ST. NOTICES with f'f. ': St fa. '• •'"' •'••" meeting beginning at 8 p.m. The meeting is open to the public. The panel members, each of whom has had direct con- tact with drug users, are Dr. smartness Charles Ruhrs, New York's a. INDIAN POW Odyssey House; Robert An- Stage "T interprets fash- sell, Asbury Park attorney ion's new favorites — the and newly elected chairman Indian look. Flamestrtched begins here of the Monmouth County Nar- vest is long "29" over cotics Council; the Rev Alan matching solid pants and Brett, founder of Teen Out- solid turtleneck 50. reacb rehabilitation center in Long Branch, and Jack No- lan, principal of the Holmdel Intermediate School. The participants present brief opening state- ments, to be followed by di& Robert Ansell cussion. Written questions shesaidNv..! from the audience will be ac- The drag study was began cepted before and during the by AAUW in 1969 with its first program. goal the education of group Although the program will members through devel- begin with a discussion oi opment of a comprehensive marijuana, "it is anticipated reading list. Now under way. that the discussion will go on is a survey of the methods of to include other drugs," ac- instruction about drugs in the cording to Dr. Sandra Wol- Monmouth County schools. man, chairman of the Drug Dr. Wolman, chairman of Study Group. tie group and a resident of "We definitely urge high ku*mson, teaches genetics at .school students and their par- New York University Medical .ents to attend this meeting," School. PetitionersOppose Override of Veto MARLBORO - More than ordinance from all parts of 1,000 residents have signed the township.. petitions protesting the con- "I hope that the council demnation of the Traphagen will listen to the voice of the property for use as a munici- people who want to have the pal-civic center. mayor's veto sustained," he According to Robert E. said. .French, chairman of the ad Mr. French expressed his get the hoc committee collecting the fear that Judge.Elrin B. Sim- petitions, the results came af- mill will "get mad" because ter a weekend of door ringing • the property, which is cur- total look through the community. rently under litigation in Su- The aim of the petitions is perior Court, could be con- for spring to pressure the Township demned before the suit is set- Council not to override Mayor tled. Morton SaHtind's veto of an "This is another reason ordinance the council adopted why council should not take, c RIGHT ON THE BUTTON last week allowing it to con- this hastily, fll-conceivedac - tion," Mr. French empha- Classic -jacket up-dated ABBEY demn 20 acres at toe south- with double row, button MEN'S SHOP west corner of Rt. 520 and sized. Wyncrest Road for use as the The chairman saifl that the trim and belted back, plus 62 Broad St., Red Bank solid-color pants w,ith a tur- municipal center. petitions would be presented b. VERSATILE TRIO Open Wed. and Fri. Mr. French said that "tre- to council at its meeting. tleneck-^-it's Stage "7" 's Nights 'til 9 P.M. great tailored trio. 50. Dress it up as three pieces .or for mendous anger has been ex- Thursday at 8 p.m., in the casual wearing — the belted jewel neck hibited at the condemnation Central School. shell and matching skirt - 40.

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SflKUN* A»U(.I»IC3 RBRJ/11 r master charge i 747 No. Broad St.. Elizabeth, N.J. 07708 PleoMt have your representative call I understand Ihere li no obligation Fashion Knitwear for Discriminating Women 353-3939 44 Apple St., New ShrewsLury (Next to Red Bank Airport) 12 HwDwl* , H«l Bank• V|i.MJ,-Ujwn,.N. J., Tuesday March 23,1971 Hall Promotion For Korchin as executive training direc- Temple Schedules NEW YPR.K - Howard P. tor, as well as heading the Korchin, executive training new division encompassing all director of Robert Hall Clothes, has been appointed phases of home office, factory vice president in charge of a and store personnel. New Big Free Festival of Arts new Department for Person- Mr. Korchin joined the clothing chain 20 years ago, NEW SHREWSBURY - and Monroe Edelstein, Don- ship of Mrs. Robert Luehman. nel and Organizational Plan- Monmouth Festival of The ning1. and has served in various ex- ald M. Keith. This is scheduled for each ecutive capacities. Arts, sponsored by Monmouth Several artists and crafts- day of the show. Mr. Korchin will continue The Europe Book Reform Temple, 332 Hance men will be seen at work and Ave., will open May 15 with a a children's workshop is in addition to the art exhib- RONALD E. GRUBER From American Express, preview for sponsors and pa- planned for the Sunday after- it, special evening events will trons, artists and guests at noon, May 16. be Sunday, May 16, Mon- The World's Biggest Travel Company the Temple. An exhibit, the Art of Flo- mouth "Pops," Tuesday, May It will be open to the public wer Arranging, will be coordi- 18, Monmouth "Classics" and from May 16 to May 20. nated by the Shrewsbury Gar- Wednesday, May 19, "The Art Among the participating den Club under the chairman- of Film Making." artists are Sally Asa, Yvonne Aubert, Helen Bachner, Step- hen Bagnell, Fonanda Biemil- Named as Bell Executive Aide ler, Lois Blonder, Edwina HOLMDEL - James M. held various positions in fi- Brown, Ruth Campell, Anne Irvine F. Dowd Caffrey, of 157 Skyline Drivet nance, personnel, and service Cantor, Ruth Caruso, Bar- Millington, formerly of Den- operations. In June, 1969, he bara co*cker, Norman Colson, was transferred to Denver as Ida Libby Dengrove, John ver, Colo., has been promoted Name Dowd to executive assistant at Bell a supervisor in the service op- Ebner, Virginia Hammond, : Laboratories, here. In his erations department. EMPLOYEE BENEFIT PLANNING* OpTION 65 Diane Harad, Betty Hart, Jo- BUSINESS LIFE INSURANCE • ESTAT&PLANNING Manager seph Hindly, Susan Kahn, Sig- new position, Mr. Caffrey will mund Koslo, Pat Lafferty, coordinate administrative ac- He is a native of New Jer- Of Division Rondi J. Layne, Evelyn Lea- tivities for the network plan- sey and received his B.S. de- 250 Broadway MS vens, Frances Mcllvaine, ning division. gree in business from Fair- New York; N.Y. 10007 HIGHLAND HEIGHTS, 1 Kenneth Nutchell, Frances Mr. Caffrey joined Bell leigh Dickinson University in . 212-732-866161? Ohio — Irvine F. Dowd has Laboratories in 1965 and has 1967. been named sales manager- Nagle, Jean Watson Parmly, Sent) me the 212 page full color Europe New York territory, by the Marder Reed, Marjorie Reid, book, with travel tipt and featuring 71 itin- Numerical Control Division of Emily Richardson, Alice eraries with 3,000 departures Allen-Bradley Company. Sand, Warren Salter, Susan Sensemann, George Shelly, He will be in charge of Leona Sliva, Winni Smart, sales in New York City, Long Durell E. Smith, Kay Turner, Island, New Jersey and west- 3 Ruth Van Syckle, Dorothy I—BYRNE TRAVEL SERVICE— ern Connecticut. Warden, Donald' Willet, Mrs. I 144 BROAD ST.; RED BANK 741-508O Mr. Dowd has been with Al- Addy Bogdonoff, Charles C. len Bradley since 1943 and Burke, Nick Carvino, Thos. IIIMSB tend me your free book on Europe had served as assistant dis- Carlock, Roselle Coven, Edith trict manager. He is a gradu- Kroll, Dorothy Olson, Sandra lNam» _ ate of the University of To- Scully, Jan Voytko, Ellen ledo and is active in the PRAIRIE PANTASTICS! I Address . Demko, Christel Engelbrecht, Aid fantastic, loo, In the Shrewsbury Yacht Club. He is Sheila Haskins Soebel, Clara oovy ways she Ilkps best. City State .Zip also a member of the Numer- ants with Jackets, tunics, 1 Gee Stamaty, Merri Vetrano, DRESSES sleeveless vests % and Inevita- Phone _ bly... overalls. _ RPR 3/23 ical Control Society and the Donald Voorhees, Peg Boots, Essex Electrical League. Jim Gary, Herman Holzman, I His division produces nu- Robert C. LaMarche, Douglas merical control systems for Mcllvaine, Jack Rindner, the machine tool, electronics, Joan Rindner, Hay Suchman- REPRESENTATIVE plastics, textiles and wood- working markets. Mr. Dowd and his wife, who have five children, live on Phalanx Road, Colts Neck, VFW Cites N.J. Fireman ASBURY PARK - Carmen Residence J. Cappezzeli of Harold Daley Post, Veterans of Foreign Wars, announced that fire- In Kennel man Alfred Slinger; 1218 Fifth Ave., has been selected as the Gets Okay fourth person in the country' •to receive the Veterans of NEW SHREWSBURY - Foreign Wars' new Fire Subject to County approval Fighter Certificate of Appre- the Planning Board has au- ciation. thorized an application by K. The award is based on out- Granderson, to build an ani- standing performance of duty mal boarding and grooming and contributions to the com- kennel containing living quar- munity. ters for himself. Mr. Slinger is being cited A permit has been sought for what Fire Chief Michael since June 15, 1970. Borough DeSarno calls, "consistently Council has favored the vari- exceptional work while fight- ance recommended by the ing fires. He always has ris- Board of Adjustment last Sep- ked his life to save another tember. Awaited is the coun- life." ty's site plan approval. Mr. Slinger, assisted by two The planners here ap- other firemen, rescued three Fresh from the prairie proved the installation of an small children from their and the country-side, anhydrous ammonia storage smoke:filled apartment just these day-or-night tank, adjacent to the building before flames swept through blooming beauties are of Metallurgical International their bedroom during a blaze Inc., of Mid-Monmouth Indus- flounced, printed, ready Unl*Card and , • in February, 1967. for fun. «»«» Click Plaza trial Park, carried forward One goal of tiie.VFW pro- pin9C since the board's February gram is to obtain public sup- ^ r r; meeting, pending submission port for firemen and police- of drawings showing the change in the site plan. Also approved was an ap- plication by Dr. Thomas V., - Sollas Jr., of Gilbert St. for construction of a pet boarding facility. Action on this was delayed in February pending submission of drawings com- plying with ordinance require- ments, and the board's.rec- GUM'S GOING TO MAKE A ommendations on traffic flow and parking. • " • Seaport Museum BEAUTIFUL BRIDE IN B80. Talk Scheduled BELMAR - Peter Stan- ford, president of the South Gimr/s only eight now and strictly "anti- Street Seaport Museum on the East River in lower Manhat- "boy." But it won't be all that long "before some Bachelor's Holiday: Take it easy tan, will speak next Monday special boy steals her heart and she'll want (oh, at the annual kickoff dinner in HS&M's lighthearted of the Deserted Village at Al- so very much!) the perfect wedding of her laire Corp. Racquet Club The meeting is scheduled dreams. ' for 6 p.m. at the Barclay Ho-' She'll have it, too-thanks to a regular Viracle Suit tel, 112 Fifth Ave. Four years ago, South . savings program her parents started today. Street Seaport was but an This seasoned traveler keeps a bachelor- idea that caught Mr.,Stan- Saving for something special-a child's or any man-looking his best whether he's ford's fancy. As a sailing en- thusiast, he became so inter- future, your dream home-isn't easy these days. off to the office or a vacation at a luxury re- ested in the project that he sort such as Nassau's famed Emerald Beach now devotes full time to it. But it can be done.

In 1967, a five-block area J Hotel. Hart Schaffrier & Marx tailors the We make it a little easier by offering " Vi !r"r •• around South and Fulton Sts. Racquet Club suit to dress you up to any was officially designated by a variety of savings plans for everyone's special occasion and the Viracle blend of 55% Da- the state legislature as the New York State Maritime needs. cron® polyester and 45% wool keeps you Museum. coolly "in press." Soft-shoulder two-button Restoration of early build- ings in the section, once the styling with shaped waist and deep center key port area of the city, is A FULL , vent. In your choice of spring being carried out as an urban SERVICE! MONMOUTH COUNTY NATIONAL RANK colors and patterns. $125.00 renewal project. At the same BANK time, sailing- ships and other The bank that looks out (or you historic vessels are being ac- MEMBER F.D.I.C. quired to serve as floating museums tied at the port's piers. Members of the dinner committee are Mrs. Alvin Beck, Brick Township, and MEN'S SHOP John G. Haulcnbeek Jr., Spring Lake. Reservations may be made with Mrs. Beck, 420 Laurel Brook Drive, Brick Town. BROAD & MECHANIC STREETS, RED BANK Thermal wells in New Zealand provide steam to make pulp at a paper mill, heat greenhouses on SHOP WEDNESDAY & FRIDAY NIGHTS TILL 9 P.M. farms, kiln-dry lumber, mold plastics and steam-clean cars. Middletown Model ShipBuilder Is Cautious By MAKliOr SMITH who suggested that to coil the lines (linen thread) In a partitioned three-dozen egg box, he sepa- MIDDLETOWN - When Joe and Gladys Baart on the deck. I first wind them on the sticky side of rates according to size and shape, the 800 blocks he tune in a late, late rerun of Capt. Horatio Horn- masking tape. Then, by applying glue to the exposed has carved fp,r the.rigging. He finished that part of blower's adventures, it's not to watch the plot un- side, I could turn it dowr- upon the deck, let it dry, the project in Middletown. Some are so miniscule fold. and remove the tape. It saved hours of time." The that dropping them on the floor means they're- gone They're running critical eyes over the planking resulting flat coil measures about "4 inch in diame- forever Gladys has a constant fear of sweeping of the ship's hull and the angle of her booms, and ter them up in the vacuum taking some satisfaction in finding authenticity lack- Library Combined The minute detail of the Sutherland and the ing Blueprints for Joe's model came from England, perfection with which it is accomplished are diffi- The Baarts have their own man o' war derived from the draughts of the British Admiralty cult to comprehend, even after taking a long, care- The H.M.S. /Sutherland lies at anchor in the but they weren't sufficiently detailed or complete. ful look In order to thread the rope stanchions that basem*nt of 30 Tyndall Road, her 80 brass guns glis- While constructing the Sutherland, he has compiled rim the top deck. Joe used a jeweler's torch, solder- tening in the reflected light of a glassy sea. She a library of texts on shipbuilding and allied arts. He ing with silver to make needle-sized eyes to accom- churns a wooden wake and casts a graceful shadow has become an expert on nautical history and the fi- modate the linen 'rope The brass cannon were upon the nearby workbench from whence she ner points of full-scale shipbuilding. sprang turned to perfection on a 30-year-old lathe and the After he returns to Canada this month, Joe vvil) deck-top cooking stove nas tiny clamps to hold down Three-Foot Model tackle the rigging As an aid, he has acquired a its pot lids, if the ship should roll The rhree-foot-iong model will make ship- manual printed in 1794 for the instruction of mates Wood Is Natural ouilding history in the small dedicated world of ship of the British Navy Joe's "copy" of the book is a Joe nas machined the bell of brass and carved model connoisseurs v 300-page pile ol material he fteroxed from a reprint She is scaled to one-sixtieth of net early i80(t's of the original work borrowed from the Defense De- the figurehead of wood. It is the only place where counterpart and nas Deen built with $32 worth of partment library of Ottawa paint was used. Everywhere else, contrasting vari- materials,mfl ioe Baart's Dutch determination She eties or wood provide the color Plans called for the Eleven square-rigged sails plus two jibs and top rim of the deck to be painted black Knowing is insured for the price ol a nousa with the ngging mizzen sail will be mounted on the Sutherland's and sheets yet to be hoisted thai sooner or later it would chip or crack Joe three masts Most ol them will lie furled on the carved his of ebony /OK is a perfectionist He nas insisted on con spars to allow a good mevi of the deck detail strutting every one oi the ship s 23,000 (so (ar) Ideally Joa says, the sail material should be about Serifed lettering for the ebony name-plate parts Dy hand from scratch That nas meant cut 1,500 threads to the inch to maintain scale, and the mounted on the stern is cut from brass without ting and inserting more than 4,000 rivets of tele- stitching will have to be some 240 to the inch He magnifying aids phone wire into individually handcarved null and tiasn't figured out how to achieve that yet. and is Was he ever tempted to cm corners and make deck planks It has meant building gun, mounts and open to suggestions 'It mustn't be silk or cotton, shift? No, Joe Baart's ship holds no compromises furniture for lowei decks that later became per foi they will rot in aooui id to ai years, so it will 'When things were going too well, I quit for a tnanently built upon so that most of that loving la probably be fine linen or a synthetic cloth,' ne says, while," he says, "for working fast leads to mistak- Dor is shielded (and always will be) from human with no intention ol compromising on quality or es ' '"' •• view -That's where I perfected my techniques,' scale Has No Doubt the craftsman says. ltopt Emulated There are no mistakes So realistic is the Suth- View Illuminated To emulate the rope lines to scale, Joe will erland that when the Baarts toured Admiral Nel- Vou can get an inkling of what's inside bj put- build his own miniature rope walk and create one son's 'Victory'' m Portsmouth, England, in 1969, ting your eyeball up close to the window panes Gladys exclaimed, 'Joe, it's just like walking on sixtieth replicas of lines that would have diameters 1 made of microscope cover glass, shellacked to a yel- of from five inches to three-tenths of an inch in real your boat ' That's when he started to know that the lowish tint Tha new is illuminated belowdecks by a life, tha latter for the signal flag line realistic perfection he's seeking was taking shape. system of tiny electric bulbs The only item on tht Sutherland not built by He has no doubt that in water the Sutherland would Joe nas put in more than 6,000 nours on (us ship loes hands is the chain. "They're very difficult, float over the, past eight years, sometimes taking breaks you know and no stronger than the weakest link.' When sne > finished the .Sutherland will be 4s long as a /ear for othei projects like building There aro 9,300 pieces of wood in the ship so far mounted in a glas> showcase designed and built by most of the furniture in m& nouse* The Mallard proj 12,000 at metal and 1,700 of other materials such as Joe and illuminated indirectly from top and bttom. eci engmeei who will soon return to Canada calls glass, paper and rubber Joe has kept meticulous He nas no intention of parting with her, but will •vorKirig with fine things a different art front ordi records probably agree to let tier be displayed in museums, nar> woodworking He Borrowed sonw techniques ffitn » loving understanding ot wood, Joe na& under propei circ*mstances from nis professional field of electronics out in otli employed oak, cherry walnut, mahogany, butternut, Somehow as. you view the intricacies ot the 4egisfet stor* «noio» er cases he had co invent ways to achieve the ends sycamore holly and ebony, all seasoned old' pieces Sutherland and start to comprehend the time and CLOSEUP - Ste'" aetan ot trie Sutherland. Joseph Baart s modei square ne *an^ea dedication that went into tier making, you know her i that will never warp, including part of a 70-year-old rigger shows miaia insignia of ii separate pieces of wood oveo"«r" jvmdow•"""'"••'s One ot ttie oesi ideas came from mv sister reeo organ he rebuilt himself builder always wanted to to to sea handcarved fanc'wofit ana window panes of cut-down a citizens' group to conduct reason to believe that approv an 'in depth study o» the fea- t) will be given. w» have yei sibility of creating a township to receive official word OP the owned industrial park mattei tie said Poverty Agency Worker Mr Brodniak said thai the Stating that every member committee, to consist of eight • ot the council is "deeply COP oi nine residents will be cerned about out evet in asked to make recommenda creasing tax rate." Mr Brod Makes Justice His Goal tions regarding the location ot niak said that in an effort to FREEHOLD Samuel er William J Gearty said thai less ot trie nour ot the day oi the project, as welt as. what bring about unity between the i Maldonado is only a neighbor clients who can't commu night to help those who need type of park will be most suit council and the Industrial hood worker for the «ftm- mcate with their lawyers are it most Our experience is able and profitable for the Commission Councilman mouth Community Action deprived of a very vital right |ust wonderful He said township John Williams will b? named Program. Inc (MCAP) but Since we deal with the dis v'Sam is always ready to help "Council will request that as an intermediary between tha judiciary and others con- advantaged, we find that his fellow man not only this committee' submit a full the two township bodies nected with the courts in this Samuel Maldonado performs Spanish-speaking nut any report on the method of oper Industrial Commission count-j seat consider him a a very important function by one who needs his nelp Free ation. if privately owned oi chairman James P Denton hold is luck\ to have him ' moving force to bring lustice talking to people we can't controlled by municipality said the commission has bee* Takes a Human' to the poor inside as well as reach and interpreting what how they have been pro- trying for more than a year outside the courtrooms they have to say from the Mr Malddnado takes praise moted the type of industrv to obtain a municipal!* • Mr Maldonado is a modest time we become involved all in stride and lauehinelv com attracted to sucb a park th» owned park in the southeast 44-year-old Puerto Rican with the way up to the time we go ments 'ft doesn't takf » problem? thai may be en portion o' the township wrier? O WAR AND HER MAN - josepn &aan win nave worxea M /ears a desire to see his people to court His main interest in lawyer to right everv wrong countered in the development all utilities are available "' construction o* the Sutherland wher she s finished achieve their propei place in people, I believe, makes him It takes a human being J On Route 33 Plan invisible problems' Bui with expected to> begin latet this In his court interpreting and vestigations with the Public Development loan which month Con Fran Builders, Howard D-N .) on aspects- ot translating for Spanish-speak- Defender's Office staff for a poor person living in help would permit the township to the institute theme A number FREEHOLD TOWNSHIP - ing in Southeast Asia, and lessness 'hey are over tnc. of Union City N J will ing people so that he (Lev countless hours to insure that bring sewers and water line* build it ol other elected officials and The Township Committee called for the lowering of the chuk) could make a fair and the unfortunate will receive powering I feel that ' have a into undeveloped sections of representatives of civic orga passed a resolution last night municipal building flag half- responsibility to help and in Mr Kolinski head ot the just determination of their justice Mr Seery said Mr the township making them theater division of the Syr nizations will also take part in urging the state Department mast during this time cases Maldonado manv times has spire those who cannot help suitable lor the establishment the program during a pane) of Transportation to abandon The proclamation was a re- themselves acuse-based firm said each' Other jurists, like Superior gone out of his wav regard- of ar Industrial Park auditorium will feature 300 discussion ol the "threatened plans for a Rt 33 bypass in sponse to a letter from the Court Judge M Raymond comfortable upholstered rock environment terchange on Wemrock Road. National League of Families McGowan have com ing chair teats intimate de Two mgh school students The resolution was an out of Amencan Prisoners and plimented Mr Maldonado cor and automatii^program have been selected to present growth of a recent meeting of Missing in Southeast Asia of Washington. D.C., asking for from the bench for his role in ming Ample parking already original research papers dur township officials and Wem- such action by municipalities the courtroom In ar> effort to is provided on the site ing the day-long session Two rock Road residents with present clearly the side ot other students were chosen as James Hamiltone, state trans- this week those with a language barrier "standby' speakers in the portation senior design engi- 'The league feels that who are defendants, event one of the winners is neer Mayor Harry D Harper would be a good time to ask Assistant. Monmouth Coun State Builders unable to attend the program explained Congress to insure the release ty Prosecutor Thomas J > Student winners are Miss Thp-reasons for committee of our POWs along with with- ••> Smithy.Jr.|siiad;that with ah Honor Pike Margot Frank a Bayonne opposition to the proposed drawal of Amencan forces expanding sense of justice in ATLANTIC CIT\f - High School senioi whose Wemrock interchange are from Vietnam," the letter topic is 'Solid Waste Dis said in part this time of advanced atti Charles M Pike. Holmdel, -Another interchange is; tudea, Mr Maldoriado's role ' newly named director of the nosal." and Joel Silverstein, a planned less than two miles The committee approved a Is becoming more important i Division of Water Resources junior at Middletown Town away where the bypass will three-year service agreement A*'tflth a,: growing concern for the New Jersey Depart ship High School whose pa for ?650 a year with Garden of intersect Rt 537, for the legal rights the ment of Environmental Pro per is titled 'Is the Federal -It would add intrastate State Refrigeration Inc., poftiviall or UJ wh,o are con-' tection, has been named as Government Competent in traffic to a rural road not Freehold, for maintenance of nected withthe courts have a- recipient ol the "Dis- Protecting the Environment? built for such a load and the municipal building heat- responsibility to Improve our tinguished Service Award" by TVA A Case in Point' would overstrain other town- ing and cooling systems communications so that all the New Jersey Builders As- The two alternate speakers, ship roads in the immediate Harold H Schank, township the facts are extracted to in- sociation at their first In- and the titles of their papers vicinity, clerk, was authorized to ad- sure fair hearings which will state convention (North East are Miss Jane Kilduff, Chat- -Because of the elevated vertise for bids to be received result in just conclusions of Builders Exposition and Con- ham High School senior, "Our nature of the proposed by- by April fi at 2 p.m. for flake the cases Mr Maldonado has fab) Threatened Environment - pass, the current condition ol caustic soda for the water helped this office consid- Mr Pike was cited for the The Role of Government (Wa- Wemrock Road, and the rural treatment plant, for janitorial erably by interpreting for role he played as Monmouth ter Pollution)," and Miss nature of the area and maintenance service for Spanish-speaking people with County Planning Board direc- Robin E Sears, Haddonfield Although objecting to an in- the municipal building, and at language barriers so that the tor from September, 1954, Memorial High School senior, terchange at Wemrock Koad, 3 p.m for street sweeping and cleaning of township prosecutor's office can treat through February of this "DDT - The Role of Govern- the governing body reiterated streets and roads. them with fairness and dig- year During this period, his ment " its basic agreement with the nity. Many times they are en- sane planning helped shape The Asbury Park Press proposed alignment of the by- Business Administrator tangled in a maze of techni- FOR THE DEFENSE - Jerome W Seery, left, principal investigator for the county's present and fu- sponsors the institute in coop pass Frederick Jahn reported that cality and detail." , the public defender's office In the AAonmouth region, discusses the contents ture growth to the position it cration with high school so- In other business, Mayor Joseph G. Radische has been Importance Stressed of pages of translations provided by Samuel AAaidonado of Freehold, right. enjoys today as one of the cial science departments Harper proclaimed March 21 hired as of March 16 ^s a On the other side of the With him are Assistant Deputy Public Defender Stanley Friedman and Dep- most progressive in the stale, throughout New Jersey, New to 27 a week of concern for Iruck driver at an annual sa- fence, Deputy Public Defend- uty Public Defender William J. Gearty center. the citation said. York, and Pennsylvania. American prisoners and miss- lary of $6,110. ;H TieD«Dya«Huiler,a«lBank-MWdleUi«Ti,N.J.,Tue«ia) Man* 23,1971 Fashion Brews in Tea Shop By Marguerite Henderson gown with woven gold medal- being closer to her daughters from Dntath, Minn., but as Her first love is the the- lions, fashioned with bias cut - Kathryn (a soon-to-be- the wife of a doctor, an Amy ater; her second is sewing. bodice, dolman sleeves and recorded singer who resides colonel, she called many Mary Young manages to softyly gathered skirt. Placed in New York City) and Mrs. American cities "home." It combine the two with dramat- for cutting is a length of pink Nina Fulton (who lives and was while living in Princeton ic results. For instance: a crepe - pattern pinned, works in New Hope, Pa.) also and sewing for her then-ado- long printed jersey Carmen- shears at the ready. Zippers appealed to her. She stayed lescent daughters that her esque skirt with a thigh-high and threads are stacked on on, by arrangement with the avocation (or sewing went slit on one side and tbree wall shelves. The ironing Shalders, and already is es- "public." tiers of varied jersey ruffles board is up. And in a beat-up tablishing a local clientele. Faster than you could at the hemline. leather satchel, hiding be- Alters to Pit thread a needle, she had two The skirt and Mary Young neath her security blanket is Miss Young is the answer in employ to help with the (actually Mary Gonzalez, a Cecily, a four-year-old black to a maiden's prayer - if the workload. divorcee who has taken her Chihuahua - Mary Young's maiden is in need of an ex- At another stage in her stit- maiden name professionally) alter ego. cellent fit. And who isn't? She ehery career - this time on are situated one flight up at Door Credits also excels at altering design- Grand Bahama Island ^ she 771 River Head, Fair Haven. Miss Young and Cecily er dothers (without altering was employed by Calcutta, - "Isn't that the address of (both get credits on the front the designer's design) arid at Ltd. to fashion attire using In- Don Shalders, the Tea door sign) are on an extended creating attractive apparel dian sari fabrics. : ' . Taster?" holiday, too. They left their from bolts of "heirloom" or Some five sumtaers ago You bet your oolong. But Nantucket Mass, apart- brought-back-from Europe Miss Young settled on Nantu- Mr. Shalders and family are ment/studio (above the Pew- fabrics. Her tailoring tech- cket - perfect choice for on an extended vacation and ter Shop OD the wharf looking nique has been perfected to someone with theatrical and Miss Young is minding the eastward to the sun) to spend the point of turning out men » design-talent She expects to1! Christmas wifh friends of suits. Her work visibly ex- store and sewing meticulously 1 •returreturnn mer meree inin JuneJune. . MeanM - '& between-times in a sunny long-standing, Mr. and Mrs. presses her sewing credo; 'wnileshe' - and Cecily iae front room. George L. Fleming, River "Never take short cuts." the ones who are minding the • H anging there ready-for- Plaza. Army Wife Tea Taster's Shod while the fitfcng is a plum colored silk To Miss Young, the idea of Miss Young is originally Tea Taster's busy tasting tea.

MODEL FRIEND — Mrs. George L. Flem- ing, in whose River Hadassah Plaza home Miss Young is staying, models a Donor skirt designed by her longtime friend. Dinners SOMERVTLLE - The Far Hills Inn, here, win be the CUTUP- Miss Mary Young of Nantucket, Mass, at workTnVhe" Tea setting for two consecutive Taster's, Fair Haven. spring donor dinners given by the Southern New Jersey Re- gion of Hadassah Wednesday and Thursday at 6:30 p.m., AAUW Slates Dance preceded by a co*cktail hour. MIDDLETOWN - Mem- Jack Mazzaroppi and his Mrs. Gary Kaplan, Red Bank, Kasruth will be under the su- bers and friends of the North- band. Proceeding the dinner and Mr. and Mrs. James Oos- pervision of Rabbi Isaac Was- ern Monmouth County Branch dance, champagne co*cktail terhous, Belford. serman of SomervDle. of the American Association parties will be held in the The dance committee in- The choir of Congregation- of University Women will at- homes of Mr. and Mrs. Sam- cludes Mrs. Walter W. Smith, B'nai Israel; Rumson, under tend the annual 'dinner dance uel Abate, Atlantic High- Middletown, chairman;.Mrs. the direction of Leonard to be held Saturday at 9 p.m. lands; Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Robert Patton, reservations Schlosberg, New Shrewsbury here in the Mirror Boom of Atwood, Lincroft; Mr. and and Mrs. Robert Bruno, deco- will entertain both nights. the Cobblestones, Kt. 35. Mrs. Larry GDboy, Holmdel; rations; both of Middletown; William Shoppell, Spring Mr. and Mrs. G. Herbert Hon- The event, titled "Spring Mrs. Edmund Gaunt Jr., Red Lake Heights, will be guest nold, Middletown; Mr. and Reflections," will feature Bank, co*cktail parties; Mrs. soloist. Janette Lapin and R. Allen Bruce, Middletown; Shirley Simels will also be' Mrs. Francis Enlncr, River featured. Plaza, and Mrs. Kent Mina, FITTING — AAFss Mary Speakers for both evenings Colts Neck. Young ad|usts hemline are past presidents of Nation- Information and reserva- of design created for al Hadassah. Mrs. Samuel It's A Date tions may be obtained from Mrs. George L. Flem- Halprin, New York, will Mrs. Robert Patton, 86 ing. speak Wednesday and Mrs. Cherry Tree Farm Road. Charlotte Jacobson, also of MUSIC PROGRAM TRASH AND TREASURE New York is the Thursday SHREWSBURY - Murray LEONARDO - A Trash * U?3*-~. 1 * * * night speaker. Mrs. Jacobson Glass, director of the Lake- and Treasure sale of the is now national chairman of wood Symphony Orchestra Leonardo First Aid Squad ' the Hadassah Medical Organi- and of the Conservatory of Ladies Auxiliary is set for zation Committee. Performing Arts, Lakewood, Thursday and Friday from 10 Chapters attending the will conduct the fourth a.m. to 4 p.m. here in the Mother of Eight Steers PTA Thursday dinner include Eng- through eighth grade orches- First Aid Building, Viola Ave. By FLORENCE BRUDER lishtown, Freehold, Long Msgr. Emmett A Monahan. "But her home and family They also are grandparents tra of the Shrewsbury School, Refreshments win be served. RED BANK - With a deft Thrnngh the years, she's Branch, Madison Township, pastor of St. James Church- always come first," says hus- twice over. . Broad St, Wednesday at 8:15 PROGRAM SPEAKER touch. Florence (Mrs. Adam been active in the Holy Cross Matawan, Red Bank and the which administers the high- band Adam, owner of Adams But it's not a Juggling act p.m. in the school's Fern RED BANK - Mrs. Judy A.) Kretowicz of Rumson, is PTA, Brownies and Cubs, tie Shore Area.. Ross Auditorium. school, recently publicy con- Real Estate, New Shrewsbury for Florence Kretowicz. She's Dispensiere, supervisor of the steering the Red Bank Catho- heart and cancer drives. Theme for this 12th' annual gratulated Mrs. Kretowicz on and Rumson. "Eight children organized and clear in her Electroencepholography De- lic High School PTA into vast spring donor is "Hadassah her achievements as presi- keep you hopping.especially , thinking, direct 'in her line of A native of Essex Falls, partment at Riverview Hospi- new channels of accom- Opens Doors." Mrs. Arthur Secretaries dent. our seven-year-old twins." action. Vt, she's a convert to Cathol- tal, will discuss her hospital plishment. icism.' She received her reli- Mazur, Woodbridge, is gener- Plan Show work at a meeting of the Eve- Now in her second .year as gious education at the Mission al chairman, Mrs. Delbert POINT PLEASANT - The ning Auxiliary to Riverview president, Mrs. Kretowicz, of Capistrano, Calif. Mammen, Fair Haven, is re- Kings Grant Inn will be the Hospital Thursday at 8:30 armed with vigor and person- gion president setting here Saturday at noon p.m. in the board room of the ality, leads the organization The combination of Yankee For information or reserva- for the annual luncheon and hospital. here while mothering a brood know-how, human compassion tions members are asked to fashion show given by the DEMONSTRATION of eight at home. and innate charm produces a contact their local chapter's Monmouth-Ocean County LEONARDO - Mrs. Flor- "No one should undertake unique lady. donor chairman or president. Chapter of the National Sec- ence Redondo, a member of an office or chairmanship un- less he has the time.and retaries Association (Inter- the Ladies Auxiliary of Bre- 1 national). , vent Park Fire Company, will energy to do the job.right,' present a products demon- Mrs. Kretowicz theorizes. A collection from the Sea She's an example of her own STItETCH-YOUR- stration at its meeting Air Shop, Spring Lake philosophy. Heights, will be" shown and Thursday at 8 p.m. in the fire- Mrs. Allison Fisher will be house, Brevent Park and Cen- Regarding the PTA, volun- the commentator. ter Ave. teer members, during her DOLLARS-SALE term, have produced the in- Mrs. Helen Quinn, Brick CARD PARTY novative book, "Program of Township, is chairman of the LINCROFT - The Ladies Courses." event, proceeds of which will Auxiliary of the Lincroft Fire It's a delineation of work AT SINGER! go to the NSA scholarship Company will have a card fund. part Wednesday at 8:30 p.m. offered at the school and de- Models will include profes- in the firehouse. signed as a liaison instrument sionals and club members. TAYSACHS EVENT between family and. school. Secretaries modeling will in- FREEHOLD - The New Another completed effort js clude Miss Sharon Walsh, Jersey Chapter of Tay-Sachs the organization of Teachers' Keyport, Miss Cathy Peck, and Allied Diseases will hold Aides, which Mrs. Kretowicz chaired. Wanamassa, and Mrs. Ann its 'annual card party tomor- Class Aides co*kelet, Lincroft. Also mod- row at 8:30 p.m. in the Trot- eling will be Miss Linda G. ters and Pacers Diner, Rt. 9. She's gotten 70 mothers to Larkin, winner of the NSA Mrs. Jerry Freilich and Mrs. function in the classrooms as scholarship. Bernard Isaacson are in aides and the program is re- garded as one of the most charge of tickets. Refresh- successful in the state. Bene- ments will be served. Register Staff Ptiola Fashion Show , ficiaries are three-fold: the WORKING WOMEN — Set by Club ' student, the teacher, the Mrs. Adam A. Kretow- Auxiliary mother. SHREWSBURY - The 13th Slates Events . icr, left, of Rumson, annual luncheon and fashion "It's her example," says president of the Red show given by the Woman's UNION BEACH. - The one. "She works so tirelessly Bank Catholic High Club of Raritan will take •American Legion Post Ladies and pleasantly that you just School PTA, admires place Saturday at 12:30 p.m. Auxiliary will meet Thursday naturally follow." new book, "Program of in Rod's Shadowbrook. A col- at 8 p.m. in the post home, Another noted her knack Courses," put out by for Special Occasions lection from the Belmar Front St. for picking the right person members at a saving of Fashion Corner will be Donations of food are being. for the right job: chairmen of $2,000. Mrs. Albert Ko- shown. sought for Saturday's benefit the annual luncheon-fashion larsick of Shrewsbury, show, the formal fall Committee chairmen in- dance for fire victims here center, was chairman of and in Hazlet, dance-all the sundry fun- project and Mrs. Martin clude Mrs. James Blaney and draising and morale-building A card party is planned for Carroll of Red Bank, whan that very spaded occasion Is Mrs. George Theiss, tickets, activities of a FTA-heap suc- table reservations, Mrs. Jack Thursday, April 1, at 8 p.m. in was artist who designed due... do what smart shoppers the post home. Chairmen are cess upon success under her Wood, Mrs. George Coburn, guidance. cover. have been doing for years... luncheon and Mrs. Theodore Mrs. Doris Cameron, Mrs. Koller, prizes. Betty Dierks and Mrs. Vola see our huge collection of floor Also on the committee are Dorr. length gowns or our very special Mrs. James Keating, Mrs. short co*cktail dresses and coat WEDDING ANNIVERSARY ensembles... SINGER EXCLUSIVE James Hewitt, Mrs. Andrew LITTLE SILVER - Mr. Smith, Mrs. Erik Rosengren and Mrs. Harry Nielsen, 406 (Wo will go to any length to put '] STEREO ALBUM Sr., Mrs Erik Rosengren Jr., Prospect Ave., celebrated your best foot forward.) Mrs. Harold Rosengren and their 27th wedding anniver- BURT BACHARACH Mrs. Robert Tremaine. sary March 8. RANNEY SCHOOL K Grades K-l-Rumson TheSrogerltpJ^CreditPlanhelpsyouhave TOWNSEND this vacuum now-withtn your budget. MINIATURE POODLES Red Bank^Hga Brtad Street Grades 2-12-New Shrewsbury Eatontoyfrn -/Wonrnoilth Shopping Center STUD SERVICE - Silver Miniature Poodle Pic- 35 Broad SL, Rod Bonk tured here. Proven reliable and outgoing. Others Daily 10.00-5 JO available. Fees and Pedigree upon request. New Jersey Slate amedited INGER GROOMING* PUPPIES New Shrewsbury 542-2554 TlicDaUy ttrpUlrr.Rfd Baak-MiikUrtuwruN. J.Turidav March 23, 1971 15

Engagements Are Announced COLORS! STRIPES! FLORALS! Kinney-Roberts •3- NUTLEY - Mr. and Mrs. gree in elementary education from Trenton State College, WINDOW SHADES Raymond A. Roberts of this place and Normandy Beach., where he was a member of announced the engagement of Theta Nu Sigma fraternity. their daughter, Miss Gail Les- He served three years in the ley Roberts, to Richard Bauer Navy and teaches sixth grade Kinney, at a party in their in the Village School, Middle- Nutley home. town. Mr. Kinney is the son of The couple plan to be mar- William Kinney Jr., 2 West- ried next year. wood Road, Little Silver, and Miss Taylor Miss Lynch Miss Roberts of Mantoloking. His mother MIssGuarino Miss Rogers was the late Mrs. Catherine Fletcher-Taylor Bauer Kinney. Myers-Guarino Miss Roberts was gradu- RED BANK - Announce- pital School of Practical ARMONK, N. Y. - The. en- Doric Cotillion in the Metro- ated from Nutley High School ment is made by Mr. and Nursing, Summit. She is at- gagement of Miss E. Gaye politan Club, New York. She and is a junior at Trenton Mns. Thomas Guarino, 34 St. tending the County College of Taylor to Thomas David Flet- was graduated from the State College, majoring in Nicholas Place, of the ,en- Morris-and is employed in the cher, son of Dr. and Mrs. Emma Willard School for special education for men- . gagement of their daughter, Extended Care Unit of Over- John E. Fletcher, Carlisle, Girls in Troy, and from Mt tally retarded. She is a mem- Miss Susan Ellen Guarino, to look Hospital. Pa. is announced by her par- Vernon Junior College, Wash- ber of Gamma Sigma sorori- Countenay F Myers, son of ents, Mr. and Mrs. William ington, D. C, where she is ty. -\ Drab windows? liven up your windows, and your rooms, with bright, lively James Taylor of Armonk and TEENAGE GIRLS: window shades. Coordinate them with your drapes or curtains. Come, see Mr. and Mrs. Richard W Mr. Myers is an alumnus or. employed by Bliss Travel Her fiance was awarded a Paget, formerly of Little Sil- the many interesting patterns and colors that we have in stock for your ap- Myers of Chatham. Chatham High School and is Agency. BA degree and master's de- WIN A TRIP* The bride-elect was gradu- employed as a lineman for ver, N. J. Thp couple plan to Mr. Fletcher is an alumnus proval. Up to 72" wide with or without fringe. ated from Red Bank High Jersey Central Power and be married Sept. 11. of Carlisle High School, Wes- TO NEW YORK! School and the Overlook Hos- Light Company, Chatham. ley Junior College in Dover, Lyons-Benkert ENTER WARDS 49 ON YOUR Del., and American Univer- The bride-elect, grand- BASKING RIDGE - Mr. SPRING SEWING ROLLERS daughter of the late Mrs. sity, Washington, D. C. He from 1 and Mrs. Richard Benkert, of Humphries-Penas Myrtle Clapp of Little Silver, was a member of Phi Sigma BONANZA this place, announce the en- CHARM ITI LINCROFT - The engage- Hopkinsvile, Ky. A May 15 » and niece of Mr. and Mrs. Kappa fraternity. He is em-' gagement of their daughter, CONTEST! ment of Miss Emily Alice wedding is planned. Eichard Clapp of that town, ployed by Elliot Business Ma* Miss Judy Benkert, to 32 IROAD ST. Penas to John Allison Hum- Miss Penas, a graduate of made her debut in 1963 at the chines, Bethesda, Md, Francis Ealph Lyons! son of phries is announced by her Middletown Township High Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lyons, High* vfo American RED BANK parents, Lt. Col. (USA-ret.) School, is a junior at the Uni- 135 First Ave.,Atlantic High- AMInei. Get details firw Dclhrary and Mrs. Frank D. Penas, 6 versity of Kentucky, Lexing- Whitson-Rogers lands. from Wards Fabric or Roger Ave, Lincroft. Mr. ton, where her finance is a ju- LINCROFT - The engage- 104 South St., Eatontown, is Miss Benkert, a graduate of Sewing Mochine Humphries is the son of Mr. nior in the University's Col* Montclair State College, is a ment of Miss Linda Lea Ro- announced by her parents, Departments between 741-7500 and Mrs. E. B. Humphries of lege of Engineering. French teacher at Neptune gers to James H. Whitson Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Ro- March II, Wl.cnd son of Mr. and Mrs. Whitson, Senior High School. Her gers, 7 Roma Court, here. fiance was graduated from Minchin-Lynch The bride-elect is a senior the University of Bridgeport ether prized too I RED BANK-Mrs. William The bride-elect is the Koeniger-Lilly at Middletown Township High in Connecticut. He served two J. Lynch, 34 Irving Place, an- granddaughter of Mrs. Joseph School. Her fiance is a ju- years in the Navy and is a so- roum's DENVER, Colo. - The en- Doily mi Sohfday 8-5:30 Frf. *d W«L "HI 9 »!*.. nounces the engagement of J. Lynch, Red Bank, and the nior at Monmouth College, cial studies teacher in Key- gagement of Miss Debra Lee port Central School. her daughter, Miss Nance' late Mr. Lynch, and of the Lilly to Edward Russell West Long Branch. ' Rosaire Lynch, to Henry Ren- late Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Koeniger 3rd, son of Mr. and wick Minchin of Greenwich, McCormick, New York. Mrs. Edward H. Koenjger Jr., Conn., son of'Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Minchin attended the 52 Navesinlc Ave., Rumson, is Edward Howard Minchin Sr. University of Miami in Flor- announced by her parents, of Greenwich and Delray ida. He is president of Min- Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy L. Lilly Beach, Fla. A May wedding is chin Buick, Stamford, Conn., of Denver. The wedding is planned. a family company founded in planned for June 5. Miss Lynch, daughter also 1916 by his grandfather, Hen- The bride-elect is a gradu- of the late William J. Lynch, ry C. Minchin of Greenwich ate of Denver North. High . •, / was graduated from Mary- and Palm Beach, Fla. School and Mr. Koeniger is an mount College, Arlington, The prospective bride- alumnus of Arapahoe High V Va., and is a member of the groom is the grandson also of School in Littleton, Colo. Junior League of Monmouth the late Mrs. Minchin and of They expect to be graduated' County. She is employed in Mrs. Eenwick J. Moffatt of ' in'May from the University of the personnel Department of Greenwich and the late Mr. Northern Colorado ia Lord and Taylor, New York. Moffatt. Greeley. A Gift of Life Dear Ann Landers: I hope died of nephritis and now two on this practice. The Church, you won't consider this prob- of the children have tbis ill- in fact, considers it an act of lem too macabre to print. I ness. One boy is alive today generosity. The person who do need help. For the last few only because of a kidney ma- makes this decision gives the years we have been living chine. greatest gift of all - the gift next door to a family with a As a result of my friendship of life. I hope you and mil- Mobil bad history of kidney disease. with this family I have dei- lions of others will send for The father and two uncles cided to leave my vial or- your donor card today.. Dear Ann Landers: Per- NURSING HOME taining to the man who wrote to say his wife was such a • 24-Hour Clra ••RNondutyilltlmei miserable witch that he had • Madicara Approved Ann lost all interest in sex and he NAVESINK HOUSE was eating himself to death: 44 RIVERSIDE AVE. RED BANK That guy sounds like my Wishes You 842-3400 Landers brother-in-law. My darling sister was a happy, laughing girl when she DIAMONDS gans to an organ bank, with married this Pillar of Society the understanding that they - this self-annointed Paragon and can have any part of me they of Virtue. Three years after Estate Jewelry deem useable to save the life they married he wasn't inter- of another person. ested in sex either. The poor BOUGHT My father who is now 69 girl changed her hair-do, lost heard of my commitment and 10 pounds, bought a black silk Individual gems and es- announced that if he should nightie - all the crazy things tate jewelry can be dis- outlive me he would not allow women do to "rekindle the creetly turned into cash my remains to be disturbed. flame of romance." (Of at Reussilles'. He said he would not be able course they never work.) To to sleep at night thinking make a long story short, she Our reputation and pro- about it. He also insists this Is fessional integrity is your caught him with a barber. against the Catholic religion. Then there was a scandal assurance of a proper Is it? over a 10-year-old neighbor and true evaluation. My mind is made up, Ann, girl. Next it was the man who ' but I'd like to know how I can ran the gym. I hope you get Schmeckfest prevent a relative from inter- the idea. Reussilles' fering with my wishes. E.L. I'm not saying every man On this solemn occasion, Mobil dealers wish to present you with a free bag. 36 Blip41) AT TUB Worcester, Mass. who is too tired for his wife CLOCK , Dear E.L.: A Uniform has something weird going, , Anatomical Gift Act has been but it's a possibility that passed in 48 states. This law" should not be discounted. makes it possible for,individ- Since you print all shades of High Interest uals to donate their organs or opinions I thought I'd throw their bodies after death. The this in for whatever it's It has no end of uses. commitment is legal and worth. Covering All Bases For instance, a trash barrel is a and Flexibility binding and cannot be Dear Cov: Here's your let- good thing to use it for. Carrying changed by relatives. All that ter - for whatever it's worth laundry in it is also nice. Orstoring is require^ is that the donor — and in my opinion it is your winter woolens in it is not at all obtain and carry a Uniform worth printing. Thanks for bad, either. (Or use it to store any Donor card. If a donor should writing. other Schmeckfest presents you change his mind at some time Unsure of yourself on may happen to get.). during his life, he need only dates? What's right? What's It's a very good bag, indeed. And destroy the card. Donor cards wrong? Should you? Shouldn't you don't have to do anything to get can be obtained by writing to you? Send for Ann Landers' it. Just come and get it. At any the National Kidney Founda- booklet "Dating Do's and tion, Box 800, New York, New participating Mobil dealer. Don'ts," enclosing with your • York 10010. Happy Schmeckfest! • request 35 cents in coin and a. Your father is wrong about long, self-addressed stamped the Catholic religion frowning envelope. Schmeckfest begins March 25. It's all over by midnight, March 26. The '" whole thing takes place each year in SUPPER AND SALE Ftishion Show . KNSITSimCDWTO Freeman, South Dakota, and is a SUMtlf MU. EATONTOWN - A covered Is Thursday mammoth German food celebra- dish supper and auction sale tion.(From schmecken.totaste. will be held tonight at 6 HAZLET - "Rainbow of And fest, a festival.) p.m. in the United Methodist Fashions" is the theme for Diets begin March 27. Church, Wyckoff Road. It is1 Middle Road School's annual sponsored by the Woman's So- fashion show-card party set Member Federal Rtierif. Federal ciety of Christian Service. for Thursday at 8 p.m. in Dtpoitl iDimince Corp. Buck Smith's, East Keans- burg. Spring styles will be presented by Francinc's Bou-' YF7T? d HP FURNITURE CO. I tique Shoppe, Hazlet, and will, }/y £j jj J. Keyport 264-0181 £ be modeled by parents and teachers, including, Mrs. Hob- Feature!... ,j, ert Gardner, Mrs. Joseph Lej- da, Mrs. John Fleming, Mi6S Mobil. We believe everydayisa day to give a present. Thomasville * Karen McCarth, Mrs. Julie Ackerman and Miss Marguer- ite Sarik. Door prizes will be EST. 1869 • awarded, and refreshments served. Tickets may be pur- — Open Mt>n>tand Fri. Evenings 'til 9 * chased at the door, or call NMrs. Arthur Calhoun, ticket Z^,*****.^****^ff ****** chairman. 36 Tie Drily Register, . J., Tuesday March 23,1971 Hawaiian Rainbows Upset Sooners; Friars Smothered •SEW YORK (AP) - A team that came some brilliant ball-hawking - including a steal and lay-in slowdown to Keep it that way. seven thousand miles to play basketball will stay to on a Providence in-bounds pass that seemed to def- Tennessee got 24 points from forward Don play again - but there are no tomorrows foe Provi- late the scrappy Friars. Johnson. But with a running game ttat.rarely got dence, an Eastern independent, in the National in- Chamberlain's heroics overshadowed the su- out of first gear, Coach Bay Meats got desperate - vitational Tournament. perb play of Dave Chadwick. The 6-8 senior, subbing so he deliberately riled the referees and drew a pabr Hawaii, this year's Cinderella team in the for deadeye shooter Dennis Waycik - out of the of technical fouls. tonraey at Madison Square Garden, completed fiist- tourney with strained knee ligaments - wound up "We thought it might get us some mare action nnmd play Monday with a thrilling 88-87 come-frqm leading the Tar Heels with 22 points. EraSe De.Gre- on our end," he said. It didn't. All it got was more behind double-overtime squeaker over Oklahoma'. gorio, the Friars' flashy 6-foot guard, led everyone points for Duke. J Then, in the night's opening of quarter-finals with23. -" Hawaii's Rainbows, drawing the crowds' affec- play, North Carolina outhustled and outmuscled North Carolina, brutal under both backboards, tion with their hula-girl cheerleaders and '-'hot Providence 86-79 to gain a-shot at Atlantic Coast wrenched open a 65-55 lead with nine minutes to pants" uniforms with bright leaf-green patterns, Conference rival Dnke, an easy 78-64 victor over play after holding a meager 37-34 halfttae margin. seemed to have made the long trip for nothing in the Tennessee before 12,437 fans. Then He Tar Heels began to deliberately'drag their firsthalf. feet. The loss by Providence meant that for the Erst They trailed Oklahoma by 14 at one point and' time in the 34-year history of the NIT, an Eastern Six times the Tar Heels scored, were fouled in were still down by an unsettling 46-35 at the break. team failed to make it into the semifinals. the process and made the free throw. And four But after just four minutes of the second half they times they sank rebounds of their own •shots. "Oh, Quarters End Tomorrow those three-point plays and rebounds," Gavitt sigh- were within a basket of a tie-and it stayed pretty The,,quarter-flnals conclude tomorrow night ed. much that way until Tom Newell's 25-footer dead- locked it at 71-71. Witt Hawaii facing St. Bonaventure and Michigan Duke, which like North Carolina, left immediat- going against Georgia Tech. The winners of those ely after the game to return to classes today before One more field goal apiece sent it into the first two games will oppose each other in the semis. bouncing bade to New York tomorrow night, 'also overtime, with Al Davis and Newell putting Hawaii "It wasn't one of our better games," North drew away from a close half-time score to coast on top 77-73 before John Yule and Bobby Jack Carolina Coach Dean Smith said, "but then it wasn't home. brought the Sooners back. one of Providence's, either. Our defense finally* The Blue Devils were ahead by 10 with less But there was no stopping the Bainbows in the second overtime. Within a minute they led 84-77 with brought us through - that and Chamberlain's • than three minutes to play in the opening half, then . AP WlreptioM steals." watched all but one point of it disappear. John Penebacker - their high-point man with 20 - NO HULA HOOP — Hawaii's John Pennebdcker (21) Is thwarted by Okia- Bill Chamberlain, the Tar Heels 6-foot-6 junior But Tennessee never got that close again. With- getting five of the seven points. The lead dwindled to a point before Newell's free throws with 10 sec- homa's Bobby Jack (21) and Clifford Ray (14) In last night's first round NIT, forward, was electrifying in the closing minutes. He in about six minutes the margin was 10 again and, game. Hawaii won in double overtime, 88-87. scored 10 of his 19 in the final six and added some also like the Tar Heels, Duke resorted to an early. onds to play sealed it Jack had 32 for Oklahoma. Hawk Nine Training in Florida WEST LONG McConville of Monmouth backstop job are freshman ing and was named to the other Monmouth grad and BBANCH-Tho Monmouth Beach. Steve Dzubaty and junior Jim first team N.J. All-State Col- former Hawk infielder Vtoffiy College varsity baseball Fighting for the other out- Castagnoli. lege Division basketball team. Giordano and Sports Informa- team, for the first time in the field positions are freshman The Hawk pitching staff The other returning pitch- tion Director E. J. "Mim" history of the school, has Earl Jordan of Middletown, seems to be the team's ers are five sophom*ores. The Truppa, who also will assist joined the countless number and sophom*ores Joe Del- strongest point. The eight- experienced hurlers who saw the coaches with the teams of colleges and universities Grasso and Chuck Miller of man mound corps has six re- considerable duty last season organizational and adminis- that make the trek to Flor- Atlantic Highlands. turnees led by junior Ed Ha- are: Jeff Bouton, Anthony trative duties. ida's warm climate for spring The catching position is licki. HalicM was a first team Aquila, Bob Herbig, John No- training. also up for grabs, but basket- selection on the New Jersey vak and Brian McCollough. Commenting on the trip to The Hawks 20-man squad is ball ace Pete Cusick has the AU-State College Division Newcomers to the pitching Florida, Sprague said "We based in Fort Lauderdale and inside track. Cusick, a soph- team last season. The 6-7 fire- staff are Joe Winegart, ju- are very pleased to be able to will have daily morning work- omore, was one of the out- baller posted a 3-2 record nior, and Bill Hiltz, freshman. take our squad south this outs and games in the after- standing catchers in the state with two saves and had 49 Monmouth again will be spring. The hot weather noon. The competition will in- while at Demarest High. He strikeouts for 37 innings. As a coached by former Hawk should help round our players clude teams from other parts is an cxceUent defenseman member of the Hawk basket- catcher Bob Sprague. into shape much sooner and of the country as well as the and a power hitter. Other ball squad, Halicki led the Sprague, who is in his second cut down on our early Season Florida-based colleges. players in contention for the team in scoring and rebound- season, will be assisted by an* arm injuries. Upon return from Florida this weekend, Monmouth will play a 17-game schedule with 11 at home and six on the road. The season opener will be away at the University of Sailors Compete at Navy Pennsylvania on Friday, April 2. The next three games will WEST LONG BRANCH - of varsity sailing, is consid- division,, alternating, with Coach O'Connell, who is in be at home on April 3,6 and 7 The Monmouth College sail- ered to be one of the finest fe- Dittmar and Lehnes. his fifth year as head mentor against Newark College of ing team, after enjoying a male sailors in the metropoli- Newcomers out to bolster of the Seahawks,'will again Engineering, University of successful season this past tan area. the Seahawk chances are ju- be assisted by Bill Feist, an Hartford and Adelphi Univer- fall, will be in action this , Other returnees include niors .Tony DeMarco of Long assistant professor in the De- SWING'S THE THING IN SPRING — Monmouth coach Bob Sprague, left, sity, respectively. weekend. _ sophom*ore Gary Lehnes, who Branch, Nancy Bahr of Little partment of Business Admin- The Seahawks, who again skipperediin the "B" Division Silver and Bill Glendinnijig of istration. Instructs Hawk players in the proper use of the batting machine. Carle Jor- The Hawks, who havo been den of Middletown takes a cut as Ed Halicki, center, and Jim McConville of will be coached by Vincent last fall. Lehnes hails from. Middletown, .freshmen. Mark working out indoors for the O'Connell, will compete in the Colts Neck. Cuoro of Oakhurst and Bob Monmouth Beach observe his technique. past month, have 11 returning Mid-Atlantic Sailing In- Bichard Budryk, a junior, Nemore, sophom*ore. Alan An- _ _ • ._ Iettermen from last year's 13- vitational at Navy. 1Q-1 squad. has had considerable ex- torn of New Shrewsbury and H alinlri 1 Art Captain Kurt Dittmar will perience crewing in Shield senior Lou Politan of Long UalRA! AJpU > "- The returning Iettermen o skipper in the "A" Division. Sloop competition and crewed Branch. The Hawks will have TT__,Tl^r\;,£„•*»•' are led by senior Tony Tu- Dittmar, a senir, won the for Monmouth last fall. their home opener on April 3- HRWK U" "* tCi. Monmouth Park Slates molo who batted .277 last sea- - high point skipper award in Another experienced re- 4 with a Minor Regatta on the _ _ , son. Tumolo, who will be at g 1969. turnee for Monmouth is Beth shortstop again, led the Hawk Shrewsbury River out of the Returning to crew to Ditt-: Wardell, a freshman from squad in runs scored with 19 Long Branch Ic.e Boat and In statistics >-, 21 Stakes in 60-DayMeet mar will be co-captain Janet. Point Pleasant. Last fall she and stolen bases with 20. Yacht Club, the team's home WEST LONG BRANCH - Garoniak,*in her fourth year skippered in the "A" and "B" base. The Monmouth final basket- OCEANPORT - Monmouth The.Sorority, when it day before each fixture' is Senior Charlie Moore will closed on January 15, had 622 run. be back in centerfield, with ball statistics show that Ed Park, which opens June 1 and Halicki, 6-7 junior forward, runs through Aug. 9, will offer nominations while the Sapling Two new 1-1/16 miles turf juniors Tony Cervasio and. on closing day drew 705 nomi- races have been added to the Greg Kostowicz at left field led the Hawks in scoring and 21 stakes fixtures with total Phils, Mets, Cubs, Tigers rebounding.this season. purse monies of $855,000 dur- nees. To remain eligible for schedule, the $25,000 Little and first base., Halicki, who excelled in ing its 60-day summer meet- the Sorority and Sapling, a Silver Handicap for 3-year-old Contenders for the other in- ing, it was announced today second payment of $50 be- fillies and the $25,000 Eaton- field positions arc senior football, basketball, and base-, by Philip H. Iselin, president comes due April 15. Final town Handicap for fillies and Charlie Hopkins who was a ball at Kearny High School,. Win Exhibitions in Ninth paced the Hawks with a scor-' and chairman of the board of payments of $125 each fall mares, 3-years old and older. back-up catcher last season, By The Associated Press bat yesterday to win exhibi- ninth taring and edged the The Little Silver will be run ing average of 19.6 points and the Monmouth Park Jockey due on Jun 15." Supplementary and newcomers, sophom*ore The Philadelphia Phillies, tion baseball games. Reds 8-7. Don Money, Oscar Club. payments of $5,000 each' will on July 28 and the Eatontown Fred McGill and freshmen Gamble and Larry Hisle con- 15.7 rebounds per game. He on closing day, Monday, Aug. New York Mets, Chicago The Phils hammered Cin- was voted to the New Jersey In releasing the schedule of be accepted at the regular Steve Chanako of Middle- tributed home runs to the 9. Cubs and Detroit Tigers cinnati reliever Clay Carroll All-State College division first' stakes events, Mr. Iselin closing time for entries the town, Ben Greerstein and Jim scored in their last turn at for .four runs in the last of the winners' attack. A throwing error by St. team which will be honored ', stated that he expected the at a dinner tendered by the top contenders in all age divi- Louis pitcher Fred Norman N.J. Basketball Writers Asso- sions to be named for the fea- on Tanmie Agee's topped tured races. The schedule is roller enabled Ken Boswell to ciation on March 29 in highlighted by the $100,000 score from first base in the Springfield. Amory L. Haskell, open to 3- top of the 10th as the Mets Junior Charlie West of Rough Road for Tourney Minden, La., was second to year-olds and up, at 114 miles. nipped the Cardinals 2-1. The richly-endowed handicap Hal Breeden doubled home Halicki with 18.4 points and will run on July 17. By CHUCK TKIBLEHORN pinch runner Jose Ortiz with 13.8 rebounds per game. West Register Sports Editor two out in the top of the ninth had- single game high of 46 The ?100,000 Monmouth, for This V that from here 'n' there... 3-year-olds, will be contested and the Cubs shaded the Oak- points against Pace College. The 53rd annual N. J. State Inter- The Chuck Wagon Other Hawks scoring in , at 1-% miles on the final Sat- scholastic Athletic Association Basketball land A's 54. urday of the meeting, Aug. 7. double figures were Henry Tournament, sub-titled "Know Your State," is Earlier, Garry Jestadt Moore\ of Neptune with an In this event, which held its socked a three-run homer and in the books. Needless to say, Atlantic City's Springfield (Mass.) College . . . Harold Ca- of Manasquan. Erskine, defending NAIA Dis- 11.7 average, Pete Cusick of initial running in 1968, eligible 'Convention Hall was sorely missed for the Johnny Calllson a solo shot 3-year-old contenders will be hoon Jr., former head pro at the Navesink trict 6 champions, is coached by Harry C. Demarest at 12.6 and Mark semi-finals and finals. The boss will find out Country Club, has been named coach of the StiHo Jr., a native of West Long Branch . . . for the Cubs. Kelly of Deal at 10.6. Kelly weighted on July 22 and in- it's cheaper to put up a reporter for two week- vitations to compete will be Eider College golf team. Cahoon's new bead Senior Martin Elmes of Colts,Neck, has re- The Tigers came from be- also averaged 13.7 rebounds, ends in a hotel on the famed boradwalk than it pro job is at the Sharon Country Club in Rob- ceived his varsity gymnastics letter as a floor hind three times - a run in per game. extended by Monmouth Park, is to pick up the mileage tab for last week's with no fee obligation. binsvQle . . . Brendon Boyle is the new head exercise and vaulting specialist at Ithaca Col- the last of the ninth, another As a team the Hawks led' day trips to several South Jersey sites. professional at the Forsgate Country Club... lege ... Stan "Tuffy" Baker, Keyport athletic in the 10th and Kevin Collins' The Sorority for 2-year-old the nation for the entire sea- Christian Brothers Academy's champion- Trenton State boasts senior Joe Fragale of director and inactive coach, and Larry D'Zio, pinch two-run homer in the son in team rebounding ac- fillies and the Sapling for 2- ship in Parochial "A" prevented North Jer- Neptune and sophom*ore Tom Lewandowski on Lakewood baseball coach and mayor, will be 11th - and knocked off the year-olds, each with a guar- cording to N.J.I.A. statistics. sey from gaining a clean sweep of state titles. Its golf and tennis teams, respectively. among 24 high school coaches who will be hon- New York Yankees 5-4. Fritz They ended the season with , anteed value of ? 100,000, will Bloomfleld (Group IV), South Side (III), Cliff- Bcane Rider Southpaw ored for long service and dedication at the an- Peterson worked six scoreless be run on July 24 and July 31, 1,666 caroms for a 69.4 per side Park (II) and East Eutherford (I) put a nual dinner of the N. J. Interscholastic innings for the losers.' respectively. Both of these Junior Mike JBeane of Toms River, who game average, a new Mon- northern stranglehold on public school honors, doDS his twirling for Red Bank Tire during the Coaches Association Friday night at the Rut- mouth record. The old record events will be decided at 6 while St. Joseph's of West New York (Paro- gers Commons in New Brunswick. Gaylord Perry hurled seven furlongs. summer, will handle' the southpaw pitching strong innings, Willie Mays was 65.9 in the 1867-68 season. " chial "B") and St. Patrick's of Elizabeth chores at Rider College this spring. Beane Coleman Closes Career (Parochial "C") completed the winning'cast. homered and the San Fran- Two of Wa^Mschler's.all--, was the strikeout leader for the Broncs a year Ray Coleman, Hazlet's 5-11 gift to the Jer- cisco , Giants scored three time Monmoutii recoi Based on tournament performances an . ago and fanned 19 in a single game ... Junior sey City State basketball team wound up his * times in the last of the eighth broken this season,, AU-State team would have to include Les Ca- Russia Belts Mark Herman of Hazlet has earned his foot- four years of ball in splendid style as he engi- to beat Cleveland 53. < • - • i bested MiscHlers' ii _„ son of East Rutherford, Gary Brokaw of New ball letter at Yankton (S.D.) College. Herman neered the Gothics to season-ending victories game rebound mark' with l*>11' Brunswick, Mark Hlatky of Ocean Township, was moved to strong safety and made a over favored Bloomfield and Montclair State. The Montreal Expos against Southeastern'Univer- U.S. Icemen •Lou Grimsley of South Side and Sylvester strong bid for AU-Conference honors ... Off Also instrumental in the 12-11 campaign snapped a tie on Mary sity, . and West eclipsed Mis BERN, Switzerland (AP) - Cuylerof Ewing. his freshman performance, Tony Rediger of was Woot-5 junior Jim Kelly of Keyport, a lad Staehle's squeeze bunt in the chler's most field go&l£ The Soviet Union exploded for Parker Picks Purdue Fair Haven, a Daily Register All-Monmoutb. who appeared in 20 games and is now being seventh, added an insurance record for one game of 22 and seven goals in the second pe- Smoothing out the dents on a desk left County first team choice out of Red Bank groomed for a starting spot next season. run in the eighth and downed 23 against Pace' in the N:J ' riod and crushed the United idle daring the basketball road show, we find Catholic last year, should be considered in the Coleman, one of the most unheralded Washington 5-3. penny Kiwanis Classic1.. States, 10-2, yesterday in the that Asbury Park's big tackle Stan Parker is varsity starting lineup at King's College netf guards in the area, appeared oh the court for He Lain of the Senators season. Rediger averaged 17,6 points a game The Hawks also tied a one- - World Ice Hockey Champion- headed for Purdue University... Howard De- Jersey City more than any other player. He allowed three runs in six in- g'ame-team rebounding record ' ships. Monte, former district mat champion from for a frosh club which finished with a 16-1 led the team in."assists with a 6.1 per-game av- nings. record. with 89 against Southeastern. It was the third consecutive Raritan, captured the 178-pound crown in the erage, with high games of 12 assists against victory for the unbeaten Rus- New England Freshman Wrestling Conference Allen Bids For Job Western Connecticut and 14 versus Lowell sians. The Americans lost Tournament, the only victory for the Univer- Steve 1 Allen • OF Fair Haven, a Rumson- Tech; both victories. their second game after a sity of Connecticut in the 26-team field . . . Fair Haven Regional grad last June, is a In addition, the ace ballhandler was dead- HARD-TO-GET startling opening upset of Eric Bertelson of Elberon, former Ocean freshman infielder on the varsity baseball ly on defense, with a high of six stea&in the Czechoslovakia. Township eager, has been elected senior co- team at Franklin and Marshall College... No win over Ycshlva. Ray was 61 for 181 from the 2nd The Soviets broke away captain of next season's varsity basketball less than eight Monmouth County products are floor, whilo his foul shooting norm came to 71 from a mere 1-0 lead after the team at Bates College . . . Second baseman on tho varsity at Ersktae,(S.C.) College: out- per cent on 45 for 63 marksmanship. Cole- MORTGAGES first period and quickly made Don Beekman of Ocean Grove, second in the Gelder Barry Snyder and pitcher Dave Faz- man's scoring average was 7.9, due mainly to for it 3-0. After Tim Sheeny nation in triples and seventh in slugging per- zone of Red Bank, shortstop Gary Boetsch of the fact that the unselfish senior spent more Homw and Bmlnwi •. Approwa ww scored for the U.S., five more centage, has decided not to play for the Get- Bclford, catcher Miko Eowett of Eatontown, time setting up his teammates. tysburg Collego diamonders this spring. goals by the Soviets put the shortstop Bill Marcclla of MuMetown, first As for Kelly, he displayed a variety of Monmouth County Investment Corp game out of reach. Evgsni Junior Walter Woods' of Leonardo is a baseman Glen Daley of Koansburg and tMrd shots. Jim's best move was Ms hook shot up p AM lUsehakow scored two of the candidate for the varsity lacrosse team at baseman Bick Morton and pitcher Chip Hirst the middle and his baseline drive. ';z 741-5061 ;,;rr:-;:,'. *rv eecond-period goals. • di hi Hi Wt Vi trt fctf H Mi HHkiHKi 1,4 k J H U ili k* k'f on Mets Seek Old Magic Rose's 639

ST. PETERSBURG (AP) - "The ineffectiveness of our one month with a sore arm Singleton has the inside track, The New York Mets were relief pitching, early and late, last year, bounced back to Hodges' alignment is set, but subject to platooning. Tops Juniors somewhat short of amazing hurt us," Hqdges says. "We finish with a 12-7 mark behind last year, but Gil Hodges did not hit well early in the Seaver's 18-12 windup. Gen- The loss of third baseman MIDDLETOWN - Harmo- better than Shore's Ronnie tropes they'.ll 'put together that year and we made too many try, however, had chronic Wayne Garrett to military ny Bowl, behind Marc Rose's Suvey. old magic ip the run for the mistakes defensively. arm troubles and could do no . service may hurt. He is ex- 639 series, took the unofficial Mike Hutting of Elm 1971 National League flag. "Yet, with all those things better than 9-9 after winning pected to be unavailable for first-week lead in tho "A" Di- Lanes, leads the "B" Division ...."Inconsistency was our big happening we had a good four of his first five decisions. most of the season. vision standings in the sev- field with 659. problem last season," said shot. In fact, we had a couple Ryan, one of the league's Donn Clendenon, the 35- enth annual Monmouth Coun- The "C" Division singles is the Mets' manager, whose of shots at Pittsburgh. But we hardest throwers, was 7-11 year-old slugger who had 22 ty Junior Handicap Bowling led by Strathmore Lanes' Jeff 1989 miracle workers slipped just didn't do it." and a victim of wild streaks. homers, 97 runs batted in and tournament at Middletown Weiner (567), while Frank to third place in the NL East, A young pitching staff Also back are Jim a .288 average, is back at first » Lanes. Lane, rolling for Neptune paying the price for a slow which carried the Mets to McAndrew, 10-14, Ray Sa- base, along with Art The event, sponsored by Lanes, is ahead in "D" at 521. start and staggering finish. their stunning World Seres decki, 8-4, and Dean Chance, Shamsky, 293,11 homers, and the Monmouth County Bowl- Keansburg Bowl is the "B" With Tom Seaver, who won triumph over Baltimore two 9-8 with Cleveland and 0-1 in Ed Kranepool, .170, ing Association, concludes the Division leader; Middletown 25 games and the Cy Young years ago but was hit hard by three brief relief stints with Ken Boswel, who batted weekend of April 3. Lanes' Bantams Number six, Award the previous year, injuries in 1970, again will be the Mets. .254 and set a single-season Harmony totaled 3,005 to is tops in "C," and Asbury able to post just two of his 18 Hodges' strongest suit. BiH Denehy and rookie mark for second basem*n of hold an edge over Shore Lanes' Number three is tops victories through the stretch, "We're looking for im- John Matlack also are battl- 85 consecutive ,games without Lanes. Rose's 639 is one point in "D" the Mets finished six games provement from Jerry Koos- ing for jobs. Tug McGraw, 4- an error, and Bud Harrelson, behind the division-winning man, Gary Gentry and Nolan 6, Danny FriseHa, 8-3, and who hit .243 and match Don Pittsburgh Pirates and one Ryan," says the manager. Ron .Taylor, 5-4, once again Kessinger's shortstop record behind the Chicago Cubs. "Koosman has been throwing will man the bullpen. of 54 straight errorless St. Mary's Grabs Seaver, who led the league the ball a lot better than last Except for third base, games, form a solid double with 283 strikeouts and a 2.81 year and Gentry looks strong where either veteran Bob As- play tandem. earned run average despite again. Ryan just hasn't been promonte, picked up from Left field belongs to Cleon bis late slump, was only one able to put two good games Houston, or rookie Tim Foil Jones, who dipped from .340 Invitational of the principals in the Sep- together." , will open the season, and in 1969 to .277 but finished tember swoon. Koosman, out of action for right field, where voung Ken strong and center field to BED BANK - Defending Bob Roma was high for golden glove winner Toramie Champ St. Mary's of New New Monmouth with 19 Agee, who batted .286 and led Monmouth won the Casey In- points, while teammate Tim the club with 24 homers and vitational here Sunday by de- Dolaghan chipped in with 11. 31 stolen bases. feating St. Mary's (CCD) of Rich Milmoe and Darius The 6-fooM, switch-hitting Deal, 38-37. Preiksta's canned 14 and 13 Singleton, .263 in half a sea- Register Staff Photo The winners led all the points, respectively, for the Haywood Probe son after a .388 getaway with LITTLE PIN BENDER — Louis Dughf, age six, way, but had to turn it on in losers. Tidewater in the Inter- Neptune City, is representing Bradley Lanes in the the final seconds when the Roma was named as the national League, might share seventh annual Monmouth County Junior Bowling losers started a rally. .tourney's Most Valuable Play- right field with Ron Swoboda, Handicap tournament sponsored by the Monmouth St. Mary's of New Mon- er, along with a spot on the .233, and Shamsky. County Junior Bowling Association. Looking on mouth was up, 38-33, with 45 All-Tournament team. are Wendy and Amy Schwartz, Deal, both repre- seconds remaining, but the , Other cagers making the Concerns Rozelle Jerry Grote, .255 despite a senting Asbury Lanes. The event will run for three Seal five scored four straight elite team are Dolaghan, Mil- PAL'H BEACH, (AP) - "In yesterday's climate, lines as the opinion expressed strength-sapping early season kidney infection, is the No. 1 consecutive weekends. before the clock stopped moe, Preikstas, and Kevin Commissioner Pete Rozelle any adverse litigation in any in the temporary injunction. Conley of Holy Cross. said yesterday as the Nation- phase of sports could have a "We're going to continue th them. al Football League meetings ruboff on any other sport," with our present rule, which opened that pro football could Rozelle acknowledged. was started with Bed Grange be faced with a problem by "It could be a problem for in 1926," Rozele said. "I the ultimate legal ruling in us. We'd have to find a way can't feel something like that the controversial Spencer out." would hold up. I can't believe Haywood basketball case. ' The Haywood case is being a practice for the protection watched closely by all sports, of the colleges would be legal- involving as it does the ques- ly ruled invalid. . tion of whether it is illegal to "It would destroy college Sidliano prevent a college athlete football - all sports in the col- from turning pro before his leges." Takes Post college class graduates. Asked pointedly what he Haywood, who did just that would do if a contract were At Pimlico by signiig before his class submitted to him of a player graduated, currently is in- whose class was not gradu- volved in a court trial testing ated, Rozelle said frankly that principle. He has sued "The contract would not be the National Basketball Asso- approved." ciation for voiding his con- Rozelle made his comments tract with the Seattle Super- about the Haywood case at an Sonics. afternoon news conference, The court, issuing a tempo- during which he disclosed he rary injunction that permits had recommended to the own- Haywood to continue playing ers that they hang less of while the issue is decided, ex- theirdirty wash in public. pressed the opinion that the March Tire Values at He said he had asked that rule prohibiting Haywood's "more discipline be handled playing in the NBA violated at the club level" and admit- his rights. ted that he had been forced to Should that be upheld, it is talk to Los Angeles owner considered likely the NFL, as Dan Reeves and former Ram well as the NBA, would have coach George Allen, now with to do away with that provi- Washington, about curtailing Esso VahieCenters. sion of its rules, creating a their public feud. situation that might cause "I told them it was un- chaos in the battle among healthy for the sport and told teams to sign college stars. them to cease their com- Rozelle, however, said he ments," Rozelle said. Asked if Sam Sidliano did not think the ultimate rul- he had fined either, Rozelle ing would be along the same answered, "Not yet." AHas 4-pfy Nykm Cord Tires. AHas Plycron Tires. Oil Change and Lube. BALTIMORE - Sam P. Sidliano of Shrewsbury was named yesterday as public re- lations and publicity director of Pimlico Race Course. I with t a Siciliano, a newsman for Ali Says/Silly' ptujJ1.78 F.E.T. for 6 more than 25 years, was lubalesa blackwall.Wh o o • Lubricate to manu- with trade-In. • W.35 mora each. facturers' specifi- named to replace Kelso Stur- Plus SI 76 F.E.T. for 650 x 13 tubalaia tlnckwall Atlaa Mlla-Pak tire. cations ;flttings extra geon, who resigned at the end • Molded to within if needed. To Doctor's Claim 3/1000 of an Inch of of Pimlico's winter meeting • Drain and add up to last month to join Turf and CHERRY HILL (AP) - spring water and my own • Fourfull piles of sturdy perfect round for an four quarts of Esso Sport magainze. nylon cord. exceptionally smoo h Extra motor oil; Muhammad Ali labeled "sil- cooks fixed the food," he • Modem wrap-around ' quiet ride.. Uniflo*, our best, General manager Charles ly" and "ridiculous" yes- said. tread for good control. • Husky wrap-around tread. slightly higher. "Chick" Lang said Siciliano terday a report by a British Blonstein, who also is Note other sizes and Check the values on all started at the track yesterday doctor that the former heavy- chairman and senior medical prices below. our^tlas Plycron tires.' to prepare for' the spring weight champion may have officer of the British Amateur meeting which opens April 19. been doped during his losing Boxing Association, wrote SIZE BUCKWAU WHITEWAU. F.EX Siciliano covered horse rac- title fight with Joe Frazier. about his suspicions in a me- (w/trada-ln). (w/trada-ln) , Ing at New Jersey tracks for dical journal, "The General Dr. Joseph Blonstein, presi- 735'X 14 .26.55 30.28 2.01 15 years for the New York dent of the Medical Commis- Practitioner." 775 X 14 2.14 Spring Tune-Up. Herald Tribune, Newark Star- sion of the World Amateur "I am not saying Clay 776x15 28.09 .32.02 2.16 Ledger and the Asbury Park Boxing Association, said he doped himself. He could have 825X14 2.32 Evening Press. In addition, saw the fight "on closed cir- been doped without knowing 625x13 30.77 34.95 2.37 he was a copy editor and rew- cuit television and again in anything about it... In all •55 x 14 33.72 38.53 2.50 rite man for the Morning slow motion and to me Ali's the major fights I have seen 855/845x15 2.54 $1095 Telegraph, a racing publica- actions were mysterious. His Clay and I have never seen ^B ^^B e-eyl.etr». tion. eyes looked glazed." him move so slowly," the doc- «2.95for»-cyl.ctn. Prlcai for atsndard Forda, He also has worked for a Ali, formerly known as Cas- tor said. Chevyi, Plymouth! and matt magazine and a public rela- sius Clay, laughed when AH, responding, said "I American compjeu. Alr- Atlas Belted Tires. eondltlonad cara slightly tions firm and was campaign reached at his posh suburban don't think he was watching tirghar. and publicity director for Wil-, Cherry Hill home. the fight I was in. I was mov- liam F. Dowd in a losing con- • "It sounds silly to me," Ali ing pretty quick. I was hitting Replace points, plugs, condenser gressional race in New Jersey said. "How could he see so Frazier two shots for every and rotor. . last fall. good on television when the one." 4J44 Adjust Idle speed, set fuel mixture. judges were so blind at ring- Verify timing, set centrifugal' nlua $2.64 F.E.T. tor F70 4 side and said I didn't win. If tubolosa Atlaa H-P tire advance, and much more. Caseys Set my eyes were glazed every- body else would have noticed TwofiberglassbBlts that right away. Trout Stocking polyester cord body Cage Camp Upto29%wldorthan "Maybe the doctor had Now Underway conventional tires. RED,BANK ~ Red Bank. tears in his eyes because he Whitewall on one side, lOPiasttcUtilityBags. Catholic High Schqol will con-. had bet money on me and TRENTON - Pre-season red stripe on tho other. duct a basketball camp for that was the glaze he saw." stocking of 160,000 trout for boys seven to 18 years of age Ali said any charge of his . the official opening on Satur- Similar values on all at the Casey Gym beginning being doped was "ridiculous." day, April 10 got underway our Atlas H-P tires. June21 at 9 a.m., here. "I only drank crystal clear this week, according to the BUCKWAU. WHITEWALL while supply laitt. •OS F.E.T. SIZE > WMIa/red aldawatl F.E.T. Camp instructions are bro- state .Division of Fish, Game (w/tradg-ln) (w/lrada-ln) < (w/trada-ln) ken into three periods. The and Shell/isheries. «0O X 13 1.60 G70-U 2.84 • Heavy-duty,26- 850X13 12.95 14.95 1.76 gallon capacity. Yacht Club Offers • Trucks from the Charles 0. Q70-15 45.20 ' 2.60 first-is June 21 to 25, from 9 775X14 2.14 a.m. to 1 p.m.; the second Eight-Week Program Hayford State Fish Hatchery 775x16 15.95 17.95 2.16 Great for garbage, leaves, clothes, etc. from June 28 to July 2, and in Hackettstown began rolling H70-18 49.86 3.11 the third from July 5 to 9. ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS - to various points throughout The alms of the clinic are. The Atlantic Highlands Yacht the state to launch the pro- to develop offensive and de- Club will offer a training pro- gram. Over 150 rivers and Why Esso ValueCenters? Look for these signs. fensive skills of the individ- gram to both members and streams and 65 lakes and ual, team offense rounded out non members beginning June ponds will be stocked. Because It doesnt make sense for you to have to drive all the way across The above prices on tires and services by game competition. 28 and ending August 20. More than half a million town to get a bargain on a lire or a battery or something else for your car. are available nationally at stations Enrollment is limited and The training will consist of trout are expected to be made Not when the Esso station In your neighborhood can sell you what you operated by Humble Oil & Refining three-hour sessions per week available to sportsmen in WaiueCantof will be on a first-come-flrst- need at a price that*s right And let you chargB it all on your Esso credit Company located in many metropolitan seryed basis. and will be conducted by a New Jersey this year with ad- card, with months to pay. areas and Communities. Thlaalgnldanllllaaatttlona TMialgnldantlllaa Registration forms and rt professional instructor. ditional in-season stockings 1 01 b l |1 All equipment required, extending through Memorial EssoValueCentera are Esso stations wlthacontinulng program of real Prices and offers may vary at particl- "P^*, , ) »iJ™ i« on * IndtpendantEwo deposit must be mailed to Rallnlni) Company. Red Bank Catholic Basketball with the exception of life Day. About 400,000 trout will values for your car.Stop In and see what we mean. pating Independent Esso dealers. """"' Carhp, c/o Joseph Kristofik, jackets, will be supplied by be produced by the Hacketts- Red Bank Catholic High the club. town hatchery, including School, Red Bank. Since the number of stu- 200,000 two-year-old fish. An- Esso men are doing more. . For further information dents that can be accom- other 100,000 will come from eoncorning fees contact Mr. modated is limited, early reg- the several federal hatcheries, Kristofik. istration is urged. in neighboring states. HELV WANTED f EMA1E_ II) I he IJai! j RpjrUltr. HrA B . ALTOS FOKhALK AI/TOS fOK SALE TWCfcS FOR BUSINESS NOTICES Fit T SM iP t/MCS — I!M. g«. t»T£PJJ*TIOW«l- WJOC WLfS IJ6MT H».IJ U WO — f-imn '-ellwi, yordfc Arrrv/Wlyes Housewives ANNOUNCEMENTS i AUTOS FOB SALE ALTOS YW SALE l7;5//!l (talldn Corog* InC Gals LOST AND FOUND power 5'eerir.g, rdti. £/ci*!'.cnt coriditiin. S. Main SI- K«»pwt *t3 SEE A "RUSSELL MAN — For the oest OATSUN One owner. (USD. Coo otter 5 p.m. 787- FORO FALCON FUTURA M65 -Air coiv 19WF0RD — Truck, rocK body, W longT MOVING-HAULING . * Temporary Work LOST — Loro*? oil black o'tci ed mole rot cor buys. RU55ELL Otdsmobilc-CADIL- WASHINGTON'S AUTO SERVICE 1268. dllloner, snow tires. Recently overhauled. duol wheels rear, helper springs* very GENERAL HANDYMAN SERVICE LAC Co., 100 Newman Springs Rd.r Red 370 Brood SI. 264-1321 Keyport with Siamese type of lace. Please call 291 MUSTANG — 1965. Six-cylinder, automat. Asking J595. Call 5«-76 741-8972 Call 56M2A2. studded snows. 11975.842-1355 alter 6 p.m. 20'~ALUAMNUM TRUCK BODY — One TELEPHONE SOLICITORS — Coll from CREDIT PROBLEMS? '1969 DODGE SUPER BEE — 313 cu. In., THUNDERBIRD— 1965. Excellent condi- sidedaor, overhead back door. home. No selllno. No experience neces, If you need o Used Cor and hove rod Call 747-2214 MRS. MARKO 1967 MG — Very clean. J1395 '420 h p. Over-15000 invested. Must see to tion. All power. Reasonable. LIN-MAR sorv Provide convenience to local resi- TEACUP READINGS - And cor read credit problems in the post or hove never appreciate. Make ofler. Call 222^932. 222-9B23 days dents. Replv Box C-105, Th« Dally Regis- BAILLY BROS., INC. had any credit before and are told by ev- Ings dail/. Visit Mrs. Marko and ogom 747-0596 ter, Red Bank, N.J. ^__^ you con see happiness In life. Bv appoint- eryone thai you need a cosigner, TRY '1970GTO CONVERTIBLE i960 VOLKSWAGEN — Good condition. MOTORCYCLES BUILDERS US NOW. AM/FM radio. 40O cu. In. Best offer over Sl?5. Experienced builders In Monmoulh Counly BEAUTICIAN — Full or part-time, ment only. Phone 2461164. Located at 5«0 Kroll Motors Inc. CALL 842-6467 Call 5t6-«743otter»p.m. Call 5J2-11BS. HONDA CB35C. — 1970. Black and white. for over 15 years. We do additions, dor- Eoston Ave., New Brunswick, N. J. 27? Broadway Long Bronctl, N, J. If no answer, coll B42-7039 Chopped. With chrome front end. Asking mers, siding, roofing, masonry, kitchens, P"*nc. preferred. EXPERIENCED MUSICIANS WANTED 1965 FORD — Country sedan, wagon. Nine $550. Call 2648451 oiler 3:30 p.m. 722-3600 For immediate credit approval. 1964 VOLKSWAGEN — Comper, S550 bathroomlot. s and new construction on your — To start rocK group. Must be over IB. Firm. 1968 VOLKSWAGEN BUG—$1250. passenger. Good cond'tiot. * COIN'S 0163 or 264-4587. 1947 CHRYSLER NEWPORT — Four-door Collarter5p.m. 291-0157. Call 542-5057 YAMAHA — 200 cc Street Scrambler. 1970 787-0816 BECOMfc A U^S^BtlnAAN "MAM" dn. Full power, air conditioned. S90Q. CHEVROLETS — BRAND NEW Model..Excellent condition. $500. Call 9«- SEE CLASSIFIED AD UNDER."MEN" 1969 CHEVELLB MALIBU — Forest LVMOUTH — 1961. Very gaod running 4326 days. Or 363-3294 evenings. PAPERHANGING - FranK E. Whllina. TRAVEL-TRANSPORTATION 1970 LEFTOVERS — Demo's end cxecu- green, V-B, 3-speed floor mounted, vinyl and good lookinq. $250. No job too smoil. COUNTER HELP — Experienced or In- F 8. H Motors Inc. 'ive's at greatly reduced prices roof, rodio, excellent shape, Must self, Call 787-7774 1970 RUPP — 4 h.p, trail bike. A-l cond|. 741-8974 "FELLOW GIRL WANTED — To trav»l 10 lion. S150 or best offer. experienced. New, modern dry cleaning Authorized Dealers SHOO. 747-OOOS. WIURPHY&DAVISON Call 741-7614 plant. PleasecollMr. Klein,842-4888. Florida on March 28, to share expenses. Dodge and Dodge trucks TOWNE CHEVROLET TRAINS REPAIRED — Lionel only. Call Coll 747-2191. i 1st Ave., Atlantic Highlands 291-1101 1963 CORVETTE - 4-speed split window Mercedes-Benz Sales and Service Hwy 35 Ealontowrt. N J. Hwy 9 Freehold 462-5200 rtt.rsp.in. 2M7541 WOMEN AT HOWE — Do you hove a tew coupe, 327-340 fuell, mags, tape, 427 tiood MOBILE HOMES hours o day to spare? Turn these hours PONTIAC LeMANS — 19«J.-Four-door scoop. Extra clean. Afler 5,264-7471. STRAUBBUICK-OPEL Into dollars on the telephone. Openings In AUTOMOTIVE TWIN BORO MOTORS •hardtop. V8. Automatic, power steering, Red Bank or Motowan-ond surrounding NINE ACRES of New and Used Cars Holly Hill Mobile Home Sales Jeep Sales and Service vinyl top, oir conditioned, Original owner. 1967 TR4A— Dork blue, wire wheels. Hwy 36 264-4000 Keyport area. Be o representative for the Curtis AUTOS FOR SALE Prices start at 12680 plus treight Good condition. "Jersey's Finest Selection" EMPLOYMENT Circulation Field Services. Start your own Delta—Holly Park—Windsor KITSON CHEVROLET CO. 747-0040 Coll 741-7710 CHEVROLET IMPALA — 1968. Two-door. HELP WANTED-FEMALE business In your home handling new ana 11959 fSBTLLA'C — Sedon DeVille, black Used 8 & 10 wides excellent renewal subscriptions. Training given. Hv*y. 36 Eoto and white, full power, excellent condition. 1960 OLDSMOBILE — Four new tires. 307 V8. Radio, whilewolt tires, automatic. THE FINEST SELECTION — Of new and Cleon.34.000miles.Call5«-«872. for hunting or ski lodges. Write for appointment, giving your ao- 547-1000 used cars In Wonmoutti Counly. Over 100 Must sell. Call after 6 p.m. 2i«-08B7. Power steering, hrakes. AulomatiC. S.150 Route No. 35, So. Amboy, N.J. PERMANENT AND TEMPORARY ACE EMPLOYMENT AOENCY dress ond telephone number, to Box B- air-conditioned new cars In stock, llrm. Coll 787-1736 oiler 3 p.m. Phone 721-5858 0104, The Dally Register, Red Bonk. CIRCLE CHEVROLET McGLOlM BUICK-OPEL INC., Shrews- 1949 GTO-Must sell 1960 CORVETTE ODen Mon. -Sat. 9 a.m. to* p m. 20 Thomas Ave. 747-3494 Shrewsbury 323 Maple Ave. Red Bank bury Ave., New Shrewsbury. 741-4200. 1963T-Blrd — $600 or best offer 1966 BUICK — Skylark. Four-door hard- Needs engine worlc. S30O or best offer. 13 miles south of Edison Br.) 741-3130 Coll Tom, 264-9654,7a.m.-3 p.m. top, power steering, automatic good con* 747-1230 SECRETARY — Sleno.required, Sqlor] NEED MONEY FOR SPRING DECORA- onion, low mileage. 291-9449. commensurate with abilHv* . . TING? You con earn It now as on Avon AUTOS FOE SALE AUTOS FOR SALE AUTOS FOR SALE CORVETTE 427 — 1966. Buraundy lost- Call 787-626D • • Representative. It's easy, tun. no ex- back. $1300 as is. Call after 5 p.m. 747-4536 TRACTORS psrlence necessary. To net started, lust 1966 CHEVROLET — Impala wagon. Low STYLIST - TO miles. Air conditioning, full power, A-l crB42-6990 GRAVELY COMMERCIAL 10 —With IBEAUTICIAN OR WIG 5 call J. Blrchall, W-tUl, 442-J377, 7M- Condition. Original owner. S122S. 291-0933. 'managewiusoton Inarea^ 1964 VOLKSWAGEN - Beelle. Good con- mower, snow blower, trailer and seat* mo. ___— 1946 JEEP — 4-wheel drive. Good shape. dition. S650. Please call after 6 p.m. Good condition. 741-8771. F/C BOOKKEEPER Snow plow, Cheap. 5 McLean St., River 531-9365 •WOMEN — Sell Koscot Kosmelics. 40% ACCOUNTS PAYABLE Plaza. On W. Front St, lett on Albert St., Immediate profit. Fwll or part-time. Man- ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE two blocks to McLean St. 1969 PONTIAC — Grand Prix. Dark green. : • WANTED AUTOMOTIVE jocjor position available 222-3628. BANK TELLER TRAINEE Green vinyl top, interior. Air. 19,000 miles* SECRETARIES 1970 FORD — LTD two-door hardtop, V-B, immaculate. S2950.671-5839. GET CASH FOR YOUR FOREIGN — WAITRESSES — Over 21. Dining room ex- TYPISTS ITS YOUR MOVE automatic, power steering and brakes,. Air AND SPORTS CARS AT MONMOUTH rlence. Apply in person, Shore Point CLERK-TYPISTS .conditioned. S2750. Call John Falre* Rus- 1969 GTO — Convertible. Low mllenrje. MOTORS INC., Hwy 35, Eatonlotm in, Hwy. 35, Hazier. _ KEYPUNCH OPERATOR sell Leasing Co. 747-5252. AM-FM radio. 158 Fair Haven Rd., Fair Haven 741-2149 or 741-8604. Olhcr positions available VOLKSWAGEN 196B — Sunroof, radio. JUNK CARS SEW-MACHINE TO A BETTER USED CAR Reasonable. Excellent condition. Coll after OLDSMOBILE 98 —1967 luxury sedan. Air PLACE MART 842-6880 conditioned. Full power. Including win- PICKED UP OPERATORS 6 p.m. 566-8616 dows, 9-way seat. Tilt wheel. Vinyl tap. Twinbrook Auto Wrecking To work on ladies' car coats. Union shop. 746 Shrewsbury Ave. New Shrewsbury DATSUN —1969. Model PL510. Four-door 44,000 ml. s'695, 291-1186 oiler 6 or week- Eatorttown 542-2235 35 hrft. per weeV. Section work. Shore Cool ends. 1 Co., Inc., 26 Bridge Ave.. Red Bank. (Els sedan. Four-speed stick shift. Excellent |WE DON nELL JUNK — ner Building) condition. Asking 11195.842-6241 after 5 196» BUICK SKYLARK — Convertible. •Nor do we buy it — PART-TIME «•*and we've got the BEST! p.m. ____ AM/FM radio, power steering, de luxelnte- Wb do buy clean, late mode! curt at fop EXPERIENCED HOSTESS PLYMOUTH —If68Sport Fury. Fastback. riar. Excellent condition. Quick sale. Call dollar. See or coll WALL LINCOLN- Musi apply in person Two more ladies needed, with cars, 1o coll Power steering, air conditioned. Gold with I9I-H72. MERCURY, 747-5400. Town & Surl Diner, Hwy 35. AAiddletown. on new mothers in thetr own local oreas; black vinyl top. Showroom new. 741-6281. PERSONNEL ASSISTANT — For larj 9-2 p.m. with lull time earnings. For fur* BEAUTIFUL 1967 MGB •>- 33,000 miles. CARS WANTED — WE PAY TOP I FOR ther details 1970 CHEVROLET — Mallbu. Convertible. wire wheels. Excellent engine and paint. CLEAN USED CARS. CALL MR. VIN- community hospital, intelligent Indlvldui 1970 PLYMOUTH 1969 PLYMOUTH 16M. Call 229-7782. CENT 542-5500. with experience handling insurance ar 1967BUICK V-8, automatic, power steering, FM radio. payroll. Hedvy employee contact. Goo Coll: 7J1-O343 '. Fury III. 4-door hardtop, Beige, V- Sporf Fury, 2-door hardtop, green, Call 225-0222. __ 1964 RAMBLER AMERICAN — Six cylin- mathematical background/ typing speed ! 8, automatic transmission, power v-8, automatic transmission, pow» LeSobre, 4-door sedan, white, VS, der, automatic. AN good tires. Good run- wp.m. Liberal fringe benetllsand period. Steering, factory olr condition. 1947 PLYMOUTH GTX — Must sell, 440 AUTO PARTS-REPAIR • REFINED -- Mature saleswoman. Port- «r steering, power brakes. AM &. automatic transmission.! power cu. In. 375 h.p. 45,000 miles. Moos, extras. ning condition. Asking MOO. 2640797. Increments. Submit typewritten resume ti FM radio. Bucket seats and vlryli steerlngand air condition. TWO — 4-speed Chevrolet Transmissions. Box B-112, The Dolly Register, Red Dank time, some evenings. In fine lewtlry. 229' Best otter over sl,00n. Coll alter 7,741-6830 US*. $3150 roof. CADILLAC — 19(6. Convertible. Air. Call Two sets of Chevrolet bucket seats. Call An equal opportunity employer. M/ F $1575 1966 DODGE — Sportsman Wogort made original owner after 6:30 p.m. 842-7766. HAIRDRESSER — Experienced, For Into comper with sink, two beds, dropleaf ' " ' 747-0605 Fridays ond Saturdays. Nailet Area, Coll $2595 table, drawers, cabinets, storage space. AAMCO TRANSMISSION NURSES'AIDES 1970 DODGE J7DOtirm. 747-2577. 196S MG MIDGET — New rebuilt engine, 193 Newman Springs Rd* Red Bank Day, evening, ond night shuts. HIIHop 787-4383. Or 7«7-70»». 1969 M.G. 1969 CHRYSLER new Interior, excellent condition. 842-2500 Nursing Home, Mlddlelown. Call 671-0177 COOK — Experienced. Ricent references. Polara, 2-door hardtop. Brown, V- Call 747-1304. toroppolntmenl. 8, automatic transmission, power Widgcfi convertible, green. 4-eyI- Newport Custom, 2-door hardtop. AUTOS FOE SALE Adults. Sleep in^rout steering, power brakes. Factory Inder, 4-speed transmission ond ra- Full power including factory air con- AUTO RENTALS dio. BAYSHORE CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH WAITRESSES SECRETARY - TOP skills. NMdcor r First Ave.. Atlantic Highlands Apply In person. The Kaffee Klafch, 483 5-10 years experience. To sno, FEE PAID. $2295 291-9200 TOM'S FORD Prospect Ave., Little Silver, offer I p.m. °' $3250 $1875 RENT A CAR MANAGERS NEEDED — Bonus plus 1966 BUICK TOP TRADE ALLOWANCE — Superb ser- iHwy 35 264-1600 Keyporf commission. Lisa Jewels Company needs 1969 DODGE IT'SA vice. DOWNES PONTIAC, 62 Lower Main party plan people. No investment. Call col- d/r Personnel 1968CHRYLSER Wildcat, 4-door hardtop. Maroon, 51., Malowan. 566-2299. Monaco, -1-door. Maroon. V-8/ V-B, automatic transmission, pow* BOATS AND ACCESSORIES automatic Iransmission. power" "3M". Convertible. Gold, automat- er steering, power brakes and air WOMEN — Full or port-time. No ex- 157 Brood Sf. RedBank 842-3501 tc transmission, power steering 1968 BUICK SKYLARK — Hardtop coupe. f7' OUTBOARD SKI BOAT — Low ond steering, power brakes, air condi- condition. Gold and BlacK. Low mileage. last, great- for kids. Flberglassed, carpet- perience necessary. Pleasant phone work tion and matching vinyl roof. and power brakes; BIGCAR Coll 222-1234 from home. Top pay. Write to Handi- «l. Has equipment, no motor, S195, Coll capped Workers, Dept. M, P.O. Box 357, $1695 Colflngdale, Po, 1TO23, or coll 215^25-7768. LONGING FOR NEW Easter outlH7 Local" $2175 BUHLER 8. BITTER distributor has opening for woman to work $2895 PLYMOUTH-CHRYSLER ALL YOUR SPRING FITTING RN — 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Sundays. Emery close to home.. We train ytSu. Phone 787- IN A SMALL 3290 Hwy 35, Hazlet. 3640198 OUT NEEDS AT 0478 between hours 7-9 p.m., except Manor Extended Care Facility, Matawan, Call 566-6400. Tuesday call between 6-8 p.m. for Inter- The Boatman's Shop view. No Information will be given on phone. ^^_^ A LARGE SELECTION OF 1965 LEMANS 24 Wharf Ave. 741-5780 Red Bank DOMESTIC HELP — Live-In molds, SAVE UP TO PACKAGE. Two-door hardtop. /Mr conditioned. Regu* cooks, and dally domestics (or maid ser- lar fuel V-8. Exceptionally clean. 16'WOODEN BOAT—Trailer,33h.p, vke. Coll Scotty's Mold Service, 229-6090, SECRETARY — Challenging opportunity Ewtnrude motor. Only $408. Call for experienced secretary with excellent RASSAS PONTIAC 495-0239 SECRETARY — For Red Bonk law office. typing and steno skills. Salary com- 395 Brood St. 741-5180 Red Bank At leost three years legal experience. Sa- mensurate with experience. Car to ond '1000 1966 SWEET SIXTEEN — Evlnrude, fi- Eves until 9 lary 1125. Call 747-3730. from work necessary. Parking provided. AUSTIN Dstsun's Li'l Something berglass twin gull, OMC 90 h.p. In- For interview please send resume to Box ON 1971 CHEVROLET IMPALA — 196S Super- board/outboard. 1967 Evlnrude trailer. RN or L P N — Part-time, two nights a B-113, The Dally Register, Red Bonk. AMERICA'S 1200 Sedan is the real sport. Automatic, power steering, radio, 11650.741-0403,842-1337. week, 11 p.m. to7a.m. Shrewsbury Manor EXECUTIVE CARS heater. Coll 872-1793. Clean. Nursing Home. 741-2059. SECRETARY-ToVP (100 McCoy. That base price 17' SEA SCAMP — Lapstrake runabout, SECRETARY-Llght steno. S»0 MUSTANG — 1968. 289 automatic 26,000 complete accessories, full cover. In ex- WIDOWER NEEDS HOUSEK£EPER- SECRETARY-Dlverslfled S10O gets you: miles. Excellent condition. Best offer, cellent condition. 40 h.p, Evlnrude. 741- Hazlet area. Three boys ages 7 to 12. Five- 787-3754 day week. Occasional overnight. Coll 264- TYPISTS-CLERKS—Many toj«l • 0-60 in 14.8 seconds '463 between 6 and 10 p.m. RECEPTIONIST-Somesleno *1K> MGB-GT — 1967. Excellent condition. BLUE JAY — No. 3551, in goon condition, CLERICAL-Learateletyoe »8Q Wire rim tires. White, Radio, healer. In fully equipped for racing, with trailer and 3 ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE CLERKS- • An honest 94 MPH qulree71-0317atler6p,m. sets of sails. For quick sale 1650 or best of- ASSISTATTT $100 fer. 842-2781. • Safety front disc PONTIAC BONNEVILLE — 1966. Four- MANAGERS FULL CHARGE BOOKKEEPERS- door hardtop. S950. Power steering, power 28' LAPSTAKE — Jersey Skiff, cabin Salory Open. brakes. Excellent condition. 946-8896. for Brooks Discount cruiser. Sleeps two, head, and sink. Motor Htotth ft. Beauty Aid Ace E brakes needs repair. (400 or btst offer. 291-2450 of- Stores irt Ocean Township Ace Employment Agency 1969 FIAT 850 SPIDER ter 6 weekdays, all day Sal., Sun. ond Shrewsbury, 20 ThaThomass Ave. 7/7-3494 Shrewsbury • Whitewall tires Bestoltcr HOUSEKEEPER — Some child core. Buhler & Bitter 787-5907 FIBERGLAS SAILING DINGHY — Com- Live-In. Own cottage In pleasant surround- plete with salli. 10' Atlantic. 3 years old, Retail experfonce pre- ings. Own transportation. Good refer- • Bucket seats PONTIAC — Tempest hardtop. V-8, goDd condition. S195 or neoroHer.741-8771. ferred. Opportunity with ences. Call 842-2323 after noon. air-conditioned. All power. Excellent con- chain of 203 stores. CHRYSLER $ ttYMOUTH MB dition. J17S0.566-8474 TILT TRAILER - 750 lbs. Excellent con- RN WANTED — Full time, 3 to 11:30. King dition. Seldom used. S95. Interviews will beheld James Nursing Home.- DODGE MONACO - 1970 stotion wogon. Call 741-8942 Wednesday, March 24 at: 29I-340O SALES: J44-0198 Established 1025 SERVICE: ; Factory air, radio, heater, power brakes, BROOKS DISCOUNTCENTER steering. One owner. S3200.842-0865. 16' 1969 INBOARD/OUTBOARD - 150 Newman Springs Rd., Shrewsbury Drive a Dafsun... h.p. 12400. Call 747-5306. Evenings, call 142. KM HWY, 35. HAittT 1970 PONTIAC — Le Mans Sport. Gold HELP WANTED MALE with block vinyl roof, 3-speed. power "AUTO MECHANIC — Top opening for >rokes, power sleering,' V-8. New snow CORONADO 23' - 1970 Model, with many 'too. man In 59 year old shop. Will poy top THEN DECIDE extras. 54,500. Coll Urcs included. Best offer. Call 542-5265. rate. Apply Bill Cranl, McFaddln Cadll- 382-2913 lac-Olds. Long Branch, , 1965 CHRYSLER — Nlne-passenaer sta- SALESGIRL ion wagon, air conditioning. Good condi- 18' PLYWOOD RUNABOUT. For discount store. Five days a week. No ;UcAL ESTATE SALES - Unlimited op- tion. $900. Call 842-7766. Motor needs work nights or Saturdays. Must be over 21 and portunity for aggressive executive type •42-0920 reliable. Apply Nu-mirs, 30 Bridge Ave., salesperson. Excellent working condi- 1966 VOLKSWAGEN - Sedan. Sun roof. RedBank. tions. Experience necessary. E. A. Arm- Original owner. $785. Call otter 6:30 strong Realtor, Little Silver. 741-4500. 842-5278 STORAGE AND SERVICE PART-TIME RECEPTIONIST—For doc- tor's office. Send resume to Box Q-110, The EXPERIENCED BODY MAN — Ex- SHREWSBURY MOTORS SLIPS AVAILABLE — For 1971 Stoson Dally Register, Red Bank. perienced mechanic and helper tor Lee's Shrewsbury Ave. Shrewsbury Call Manager, River & Surf Marina, Garage, Inc., 853 Broadway, W. Long That extra 10 minutes 222-8309 NURSES - RNs and LPN's. Part-time, 3 Bronch. 222-3644. 741-9500 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. Monmouth Convalescent We buy used Volkswagens Center, 239 Baih Ave., Long Branch. Cal SALESMAN 96SVOLKSWAGEN —Super Bug. Racing 229-4300, for appointment. UNIQUE NEW PRODUCT Call lor appointment 741-6400 engine, mag wheels, wide tires, tachome- BUSINESS NOTICES WAITRESSES -'Experienced only. Apply ter, air shocks. Excellent condition. Call 'HOUSEPAINTiNG — Interior. Exterior. n person. Martini's Diner, Hwy 36, Keans- 872-0294. • ' SHORT ORDER CO0K- travel time can mean .Reasonable rates. Free estimates. Call burg. Fullor Dort-tlme VOLKSWAGEN-1970 787-6598. "ifisURANCEPOLICY WRITER Call 364-4600 S17O0 DISAPPEARING ATTIC STAIRS — Fur- Work for maximum remuneration In the Coll73»-0tJ90 BUTCHER — Relall. Experienced. No 1200 Sedan nished and Installed foronly S64.95. To or- Industry If you ore experienced In this night or cooler work. Tuesday to Saturday, 1965 CHEVROLET — Super Sport 283, 4- der, call 349-0863. field. Office In Asbury Park vicinity. For 40 rin. 1175, Holmdel Meats, Holm«l Rd., .full particulars write 50 State Agency, Holmdel. 9M-4J95. $ speed, good condition. Best olfer. Or $750. COMPLETE TAX SERVICE ' Individual 'DealRd.,Oakhurst,N. J. Coll 671-2589. pnrf business. 20th year In Mtd.dletown. FLOOR WAXER-PORTER WOHK — 1736 SAH6ERY TROVATO, trading as tfF- HOUSEKEEPER — Mature, experienced. P.O.E, Must be reliable. Full time. Apply in per- Port-lime mornings ond full time. One HUNDREDS SAVED! .WANTED AUTOMOTIVE LIABLE TAX SERVICE. Coll for appoint- building. Good starting salary. Fringe, ben- ment 671-U89. on at Monmouth Convalescent Center/ 229 Both Ave., Long Branch. efits. Ul-iSU. RE-ROOFING — Siding, aluminum siding APPLICATIONS being accepted tor day SHL YOUR CAR 70 05 at reasonable prices. Free estimates. Call WAITRESSES WANTED nnrl nlaht shifts. Monaaer and service sta- then make your new car deal. 787-715Bofter6p.m. Apply In person tion attendants, full ond part-time. Apply DELIVERED Rex Diner, 117 W. Front St., Red Bonk in person, Mlddletown Hess, Rt. 35.Chopel Clean cars wanted •. . top dollar FURNITURE MOVING — Attics and eel HUI Rd, Mondoy through Friday. 1 DATSUN lars cleaned. Free estimates CREDIT INTERVIEWER — Notional jew paid. • Call 7A7-3Q07 elry chain looking for ambitious woman. NO HIDDEN CHARGES Perfect tor recently married military WAITERS — Experienced, full time. Ap- PRODUCT 0FNIS5AN EDVONKATTENGELL LIGHT HAULING CLEAN CELLARS, wives. No previous credit experience re ply Mr. Roberson, Molly Pitcher Inn, Red YARDS, GARAGES - Free estimates. quired for porMlme work In our Eaton. Bank.' $2144 Corner MoiwuulA Si. t Mapfs Ait. Coll after 3 p.m. 741-2149. town, N.J., store. Hours vory. Trans- RedBank. 747-0213 "WINDOW WASHING portation to ond trom work needed. It In- .MECHANIC - Sewing machine!. Part or- HOMES-APA,RTMENTS-STORES eresterJ, call 542-7524 between 4:30 and full time. Experienced on 241-112 and 175 For free estimates call AAA Window «:30p.m. class Singer, us and Lewis blind stitch and 2 DOOR SEDAN Washing Service, 542-1630.' overlock machines; Coll 329-5541, • o,m. to RELIABLE CLEANING WOMAN — One 5 p.m. or 741-2575 otter« D.m. Long Branch Spring Is HEREI COMPLETE LAWN SERVICE to two half or whole days weekly. Refer- Manufacturing Co., 20 Third Ave,, Long Gross cutting, hedge clipping, fertilizing. ences. Call 2M-33H. Branch. " For estimate call 542-1630 jand we need ID} Used Cars RELIABLE WOMAN - For child care and LABRIOLA llaht housekeeping in my home. Many ben* MA'SONRY WORK - All types. Plaster- VEGA [ .Hwy. 35 .364-1600 Keyport Ing; concrete, brick, and block. Free esti- eflts. 222-9823 days. mates. 542-4230. TYPIST - With bookkeeping Mperlence. 150 PER WEEK. CALL244-2224. We will trade or buy out Permanent position. Must be ante to ac- W. BUCK cept responsibility, 842-1303 for Intarvlew. CHEVROLET MOTORS right—.Call orcomoin Furniture repairing and antiques retlnlsh* ALLROUNDMAINTENAMCeMAM Excellent lob for rlqht man. Mials Includ- ed. 542-6551, jENIOR CLERK-STENOGRAPHER — ed 2 to 10 p.m. shllt. Off Sundays. Apply Authorized Dealer TOM'S FOflD -For County Mental Health Board. Coll only f Interested In permanent po'lllon 120 Newman Springs Rd. J.G. &SON John carman, 842-5653. See Mr. Georoe, Anolh/ PItcMr Irm, Red Paneling;. Cellars. Attics, Repairs. Small BILLING CLERK — Good tvplit. For RedBank 741-2433 obs. Free cslimotes. 787-8195. household goods, moving and storage com- CARPENTERS AND CARPENTERS' CHEVROLET, pony. Coll for appointment 74t-O03O. HELPERS Steody work. Temple Lumber AUTOS FOR SALE AUTOS FOR SALE FILE CLERK — For Red Bank office. Ex Co., Carton St., Rumson. perience with law office filing preferred. CUSTODIAL SUPERVISOR—Must be ex- :all 747-3730. 5,'r'i"1?*? ln "Pervlilns Cuito- IRL FIRDAY - Wonted for small manu- ilal/janltorlol work. Call Holmdel Town- ihlp Board of Education 9UUU lot oppll- 1969 NOVA SPECIAL 2-door sedan. •66 MALIBU V-8, 2-door hardtop, facturing firm. Good skills and phone ex- r perience required. Salary dependent on ex- :atlon. • Automatic transmission, light green Super Sport, automatic trans- lerlence. Coll 229-3444 for appointment. mission, power steering, Sharp Bur- with black vinyl trim, power steering, for big SAVINGS NURSES — RNs and LPNs. Evening ond (More Classified AM radio, one owner, only 12,000. gundy with white vinyl roof. night only. Full or part-time. Apply In per- son. Green Grove Convalescent Center. on Next Page), original miles. Fantastic buy at $1995 •1395 He 66, Green Prove Rd., Neptune. "Dyve a little ancf save a lot" HELP WANTED FEMALE HELP WANTED FEMALE '69 CAPRICE 4-door hardtop, auto- '70 NOVA 4-door sedan, powerglide matic transmission, power steering transmission, balance of 5-yqar or INSURANCE ASSISTANT power brakes, factory air condition, 50,000 mile warranty, power steer- MANAGER Turquoise. This car is loaded! ing, white walls, radio. Nevada Sil- TECHNICAL For nalion-4 larsnt Haura-M-' # Ion. Challenging and Inferaillrta •2595 ver 2395 ASSISTANT position with advancement aoi- for tlbllltlei. Mutt ba able io work ovenlngi. Coll H2-2451 for op- '69 TOWNSMAN 6-passonger sta- 1967 AlPINE ROADSTER • Racing Green, 4 polntmont. ' tion wagon, automatic transmission, ipeed, radio, heater,>Stock No.689A—A BUSINESS power steering ond radio. Silver. sharp clean car for a BARGAIN 1971 COVERAGE CORP. HELP WANTED MALE! '2495 $1,095 934 Hwy 35 Middjetowri '70 CAMlARO Sport Coupo, Demo, 1965 CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE,Forest « in green lime, balance ot 5-year or Sonio knowfodoa of rating, and check- fjreen, V-8; 4 speed, 2 tops, saddle inte- MEAT 50,000 mile'warranty, automatic ing buiinoss policies. Salary com- rior, Micholin tires, AM-FM radio. transmission, factory air condition, monsurata with experience. Excellent working conditions ond equipment CUTTERS all options, full power, vinyl roof, NOW .$1777 PONTIAC Hour, flexible C»!l 671-5111, (Exptrianctd) oaded! '3495

You're not far from Full tint*, FACTORY JOBS •ndpnttlim. We Need Women I a better deal! Applyto: An both our flnttnd HKOnd »lii(ij, No rot*- 8tor*M«n«g*r von of Koun, Vou miy TOWNE »"* B •m. H4 P-ITI, or 4 pm, to 12 midnight 10' tn dour ihift jjf». STOP & SHOP, INC. mlum for itcend HWft Rout. 36 »ft"k Som olourgltrt • vifB0aa, high M ttt Poisli Av*tiu* CHEVROLET • 2,70 pir hourin ihi / 156 Isl Avi< oil Rl .16 DOWNES PONTIAC , opMngi Mlit. Wi ilia ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS (Between Hwy. 35 & 34 on the Parkway overpass) ••• •• 291 • 1-101 62 LOWER MAIN ST. 566-2299 MATAWAN Hwy 35 244-B000 Keyport HELP WANTED MAI.E mtv w AMTM»M«.» HELP WAT.VED FOR SALE FOE SALE The D&uJj Begfcter, Bed BtBkMJAdldjawnJi. J^/uesrJuy March 23, J971 ]Q MALE OR FEMALE HOUSES FOE SALE BOUSES FOE SALE HOUSES FOR SALE rHD — TAt*yit fm'/'ifir.fnit. HAPPINESS IS .„ .. _'OPERATORS HAMMOND ,g wJ-flt y>j wartf rj) Pronn's in P.s v.n. The Pijb- , l«Tn«' / 25•, frjf 4$ vtvri, the ilwe tfrjf "hvs tr, Like the Mias, fi.n bulldtri 'ire |«it hrM>.- Punch Press Brake Shear THE BERG AGENCY Inj throua»thl ground to bull NEW HAMMOND Everything must go. Antiques, china om Vacation Our continued success CADETTE ORGANS glqss, etc Principals Coll 548-7134. v Something Special 872-0100 $555 HUMAN HAIR WIG — Dork brown, m Evenings 291-3418 10 ftm. 4 p.m. MondayThrouoh Saturday BEINGA. .. dlum length, S20. Call Custom Ranch NEED ROOM? Includes bench, delivery. Instant-ploy 787-7158 This ranch features three master size bedrooms/ tre- GOOD HUMOR MAN book (lets you play songs on your own Four bedrooms, three baths* 23x18 oame- from the start) and 6 weeks of lessons c QUALITY MERCHANDISE — Alvray: mendous living room with fireplace, formal dining room, room, big yard. Excellent school system. •NO EXPERIENCE REQUIRED -no charge. COME IN FOR A FRE A5sumDQl8 mortgage. Immediate posses- • NO EXPENSES Good values! Exceptionally fine mono eat-In kitchen, tiled bath, full finished basem*nt/ garage. Estey Metal Products, Inc. DEMONSTRATION gony bedroom suite, triple dresser wltl sion. • NOAGELIMIT Many extras. Call for appointment toda/. 537,900 Wayside end ShaftoRds. • GUARANTEED DRAW 775-9300 mirror, chest-on-chest, full size bed, on< 330 Molnt SI. Asbury Park commode, 3-drawer night table, S295, ___ New Shrewsbury Don't delay... Apply todays Large 2-door bookcase $69. Maple 4-draw- ALL BUYERS VA A.MD FHA TERMS BRING YOUR N.J. DRIVER'S LICENSE Open doily 'HI 9; Sat. 'til 5:3(S ALLAIRE FARROW cr chest, S39. Maple knechole desk, $39, AGENCY 585 SHREWSBURY AVE.,SHReWSBURY English type excellent frame wlng-bac& (Opposite Red Bank Airport) Realtors HELP WANTED ICE CUBE MAKERS chair, «9. Also rare cfilna, glassware, oth- 294 Brood St. Red Bank "H4I5 HELP WANTED er antiques, ort objects, etc. Ruscil's Syca- $39,900 mtE OB FEMALE Frank's Refrigeration 5 Corners, Mlddletown 671-2590 MALE OB FEMALE 741-2501 more Greens, 36 Sycamore Ave., Near SPRING VALUE! Four-bedroom Colonial, 545-6124 Railroad Station, LltlleSllver. 741-8504. A Choice Buy situated In a great area for children on a COMPANY REPRESENTATIVE — Dy ALTO SAXOPHONE FOR SALE — E* namlc, young corporation expanding inter- large lot, with a brack. Big bright kitchen, cellent condition. Call SURFBOARD — !'6" Hanson. Very 0001 with a dining orea. Family room open to nationally now recruiting people for man- 671-M32 3 Years Old PRODUCTION WORKERS agement and/or sales for local areas. No condition. i50. ' <> patio. Formal dining room, Vfr baths, full experience required. Part and full time. Call 741-8043. Beautiful bl-level with four large bedrooms, spacious living basem*nt. Reduced for quick sale. Imme- HOUSE ~ Rushbottom rocker, $15. Bu- diate occupancy. 541,900. Company sponsored training.- Commis- reau, 512. Trunk, 510. Easy choir, S2. Pew- ESTHER WILLIAMS room, formal dining room, science kitchen, l'/i tiled baths, POSITIONS NOW AVAILABLE sions plus unmatched bonuses. Call Mr, ter vase, S5. Nippon co*ke set, S7. Beveled Ttio Esther Williams Swimming Pool Co Walker & Walker, Realtors Thomas Surgent tor Information? and ap- paneled recreation room, gorage. Lots of trees and shrubs. mirror. $5. Vases and brlc-o-brac, 25' -S5. is looking for a nice back yard of a private Hwy 35 741-5212 Shrewsbury pointment. 363-3249. !i=rl.. Sat., Wed., 24th thru Frl., 26m. 10-4 home to Install their new 1971 luxury abovi ALL BUYERS VA AND FHA TERMS p.m. 55 Peters PI., Red Bank. (Near SI. ground swimming pool. We will work out < GRACIOUS CUSTOM HOME — Inonaof EXPERIENCED & TRAINEES REGISTERED PHARMACIST — Hospital James) fantastic deal right now. Call 899-3600, as: Daily 9-9 Saturday and Sunday 10-7 Little Silver's loveliest areas, centrally olr experience preferred, day hours. Apply In lor Mr. Shields. conditioned with four bedrooms, three person to Personnel Dept., Jersey 5hore CURTIS MATHES 23" TV-Record Plqyei Middletown baths, dining room, den with stone fire- Medical Center, 1945 Corlles Ave., Nep- — AM/FM radio combination, 3253. Call DISHWASHER — Portable Kltchenalde, place, basem*nt. Call today lo see this spe- Increased activity has created several new posi lune. An equal opportunity employer. 7B7-0681 otler4p.nl. avocado, wood top, used three months. COMMERCIAL RENTALS HOUSES FOR SALE cially decorated aem. Asking S4P,5O0. E. A. Moving. 842-7410. ARMSTRONG AGENCY, Realtor. 555 tlons In our modern, air conditioned plant. If BASSETT BEDROOM SET — English AIR-COt4DITIONED OFFICES Prospect Ave.. Little Silver, 741-4500. SHOE SALESMAN OR WOMAN coach, crib and mattress, infant Items. DOUBLE BED— Dresser, French Provin- Reasonable rent, Immediate occupancy. Beautiful Rumson you qualify, you will receive valuable training Experienced Call 264-9052. cial bbedroom set, two dressers,and tables, Apply Serplco's, 101 Monmoulh St., Rei DO YOU WANT A LOT OF HOUSE in A-l Call 741-7116 lamps, dining room set, tables, six chairs, condition for a price you con't Deal? Then HI Fl SET — Monaural, AM/FM radio enc lamp Bonk, nexf to Carlton Theoter. Carriage House In the manufacture and assembly of digital com- twwo ccouches, Frlgldolre. 787-741B. Remodeled for conTemporary living, con- :ome see us. We have an 11-room Colonial record player, two separata enclosures, OFFICE SUITE-RED BANK — 7JS SO., fl. sisting of 11 rooms (5 bedrooms, 3' balhs, 1 ,iome In the finest section of Kevport. Vh puters. You should have the ability and dexte-DRIVERS — Afternoons only. Apply of $40. Collaftersp.m. 542-0145. rJj LINCOLN WELDER - Shield arc Three- Ii excellent location. Desirable for any guest or servant's bedroom, 1 bath). Colo- baths, 3B' enclosed porch, paroge. Fenced rity to perform light, delicate assembly work. Murphy Bus Service. 555 Rte. 35;,, JMl- e' phase. 15 h.p.- RPM 1800. Will run on 220- profession. Call 747-373D between 9 ond S. nial style residence located on landicgped 110' x 109' proper!/, mafntenonee-free town. (Behind Slpersleln Paints.) 440. Coll 944-4332 between 4-6 p.m. arounds, plantings and trees. Flagstone roof. Asking Si6,!o6 and waiting. Don't IN STOCK MODERN AIR CONDITIONED OFFICES miss this. Call Walker & Wo1ker,67l-3311. We are small enough to appreciate big talent, WHITE ALUMINUM COMBINATION Terrace ond walks. Private pond, views of WEDDING GOWN — Love Lane, neve — Reasonable. 3D Linden PL, Red Bank. Naveslnk River, circular hardtop drlye, MCDONALDS WINDOWS — HEAVY DUTY — (Don* worn,size ID, paldSlOO. will sacrifice,ISO. Phone 747-3(20 RUMSON — Personality plus In this three- but big enough for you to grow with. confuse with thin flimsy quality). 7 bes twocar garage with eleclrlceye. Coll now 925 Hwy 35 , Mlddletown, NJ. Coats and dresses, SS ea. Upholstered arm 1 tor appointment. Ottered at 1115,000. bedroom Cope Cod. Ponelcd den, sorideck. We~need full time employees from II a.m. slzds, 15 year paint guarantee. $13.99 chair. 15.542-3474. OFFICE — Two rooms, ncarl/ 30O . Suit- Totol privacy through landscaping. W9,5DO, to 7p.m. Mon. thru Frl. Applyln person. each. able ariy business. Air conditioned. East Walker & Walker, Realtors ELLEN S. HAZELTON, Realtor, 13 W. MUST SACRIFICE — Lawn mower. Turb- Front St.. Red Bank. S150.74W500. River Rd.. Rumson. 842-3200. • CORE STRINGING MAN OR WOMAN — With license, ta A-Maglc. 20", od ustable wheels. Grass 3S drive late modal car-'at driver's con- PROWN'S jHOUsk catcher, nine months old, SSO. 741-8649. TWO-ROOM OFFICE - S100 per rnonlh. 'k"*"*"'" KEANSBURG — New duplex house. Good venience for semi Invalid. Owner lives in 31 Brood St., Red Bank 741 Lease. HALL BROS., Realtors. FORTHE PRICE OFONE •SOLDERING Monmouth Beach. Call222-7111. iocotion, close to school ond bus trans- TYPEWRITER, ADDING machines. All ..-.-..PROM GOWNS _ Worn once, 7-9, 741-7*36 portation. Each unit Includes two bed- makes, new or used. Guaranteed. Low as , 10, S15 ea. co*cktail dresses, bell bollo $23,900. 'EXPERIENCED PRESSER — Part-time. PROFESSIONAL OFFICE SPACE —Ap- WaTn house newly redecorated fhruauf. rooms, modern kitchen, complete ceramic • WIRING S2S. Serplco's. 101 Monmouth St. Next ta slacks, etc, like new, S2-JI5.471-IO6S. tiled balh. Good Income property. 7B7-1BZ2. Apply One Hour Martlnliijig. Hwy36, First theater. 747-0485. proximately 4,000 sq, ft. of prime office Living room, dining room, eat-In kitchen, 'Ave., Atlantic Highlands. GA5H0T WATER HEATER—3D gallons. space In professional zone of Red Bank. full basem*nt end 1hreo bedrooms. Rear • ASSEMBLY ' FIREPLACE WOOD — Utlis Silver Re- Immediate occupancy. Will decorate an( bungalow has living room* bedroom, kitch- :RELIABLE — And conscientious person pair Center. Call • 842-4837 iartltlon to suit. Attroctlve long-term en and bath, Choice River Road location. LOTS AND ACREAGE willing to work a few hours each day In Doth rented, perfect starter home and/or •INSPECTION 747-0573 or 7 METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE STEREO — Solid stale. Beautlftl Magna- RUMSON—Five.-tfieprooin, inreo-bati against you for the relief demanded In the 'AflAN-To hand.!? off!ce procedures In con- vox- Mediterranean console, AM-FM, ster- Five weeks old. Litter trained. Accus. home. Sun room, screened porch. H6m'< area, covered patio, gas prill and fenced Complaint. You shall file your answer and tractor's field office In Freehold area. Full CO. — Has Debit opening In Red Bank of- Computer Careers" lomed to dogs. Call 842-1293. yard. Short walk to schools and shopping. fice. Excellent opportunity. Mr. Cannella, eo-radio. Record storage area. 3 yrs. old. fully air conditioned. Walking distance Ii FH M proof of service In duplicate with the Clerk of btnefltl—excellent opportunity. Call 998- n business. Industry and government 138,500.842-1589. the Superior Court, Sto»B Houie Annex, Tren- 747-220O. Anequal opportunity employer. Sold new far S600. Best offer. 741-445?. ONE MINATURE DACHSHUND LEFT beach. {3000 June 12th to Labor Da/. 7231 ' start with ECPI training. Day and eve- PETER J.GALLAGHER ton. New Jersey, In accordance with the rules nlnas.Coll ECPI at 542-2800 or vUlt DINING, KITCHEN SETS — J20 eo. Metal AKC registered. Best offer. SPRING LAKE — Seven rooms, brick of civil practice and procedure. ENGINEERSWANTED 264-1062 , Agency ECPI, 2«5 Monmoulh Pork Hwy., West bed, mattress, S15. Refrigerator, S2D. Shut, 30 Beach Rd. Monmouth Beach 212011X1 four bedrooms, 1'A baths. New furnace. The action hoi been Instituted for tha pur- Coll ,ov taxes. $37,000. Owner. 49-617). MEN WANTED 7(7-8133 ing Branch. lers, 12. Brass bed,S7.875-0919. LABRADOR RETRIEVER PUPS — AKd oie of foreclosing o Certificate of Sale for Black. Excellent temperment. Great for WE ARE LEAVING N.J. — Hate lo leave Jnpdd Municipal Liens dated December 31. McDonald's Drive-In BARTENDER WANTED — Nights, stead/ DOLL'S HOUSE - Large, with 9 rooms SHREWSBURY — Time bedroom ranch, l«7,madeby Herbert E. Bradshaw as Collec- 925 Hwy 35 Mlddletown MERCHANDISE and attached double garage. Scale 1"-!'. pets or field. Call 67I-5378 our lovely old Colonial farmhouse In work. Apply In person, The Pub, 160 Hwy lumished, washer, dryer, recreation room Oceanport. Four bedrooms, living room, tor of Taxes'of th» Township of Mlddletown, We new tull or part-time workers for QVo- 35, MI;ldTetown. Electrically lighted with switch (or each SEADY FOR EASTER —Small toy with TV and bar. Available Apr. 13,1450 County of Monmouth, State of New Jersey ond nlnoii. Must be at least Tfl years old. FOR SALE room. 595 or near offer. 741-8771. large family room, den, country Kltcher poodles. Reasonable. AKC registered. month. 291-2007. eel. In excellent condition. Large lam payable to THE INDEPENDENT FIRE COM- MEN —Water and sewer contractor needs •AINT YOUR HOUSE - Nice V easy. 264-8247 PANY OF BEL FORD, | HC. as llenee and con- TIRE CHANGERS — Patsenger or truck Borrow sprayers, ladders, drcp ctoths, POOL TABLE - Standard size. Slate top. scaped lot. Many trees and a beautlf engineer, pipe foreman* laborers, and sho- HOLMDEL — Four bedrooms, two bathsi 16x32'ln-qrounaTpooN Oversized two-co cerns real estate located at Morris Avenue 'experience preferred. Excellent salary am vefond Cot loader operators. Steady year- any kind of pro equipment you need from Good condition. near thelntersedlon of Main Street known as bwtflts. Apply Crown Tire, Hwy. 34, Pr-* ENGLISH SPRINGER SPANIEL PUPS family room, formal dining room, on garage. Many extras. Asking only $33300 round work. Call 5«-iS)8. A to Z Rental Center, 181 Newman Call after S p.m. S6M347. AKCreglstered mother and father ex-hunf. year lease. 5350 per mo. Colts Nee Lots 10/11, ond 12 of Block 90 on the Tax Map springs Rd.. Shrewsbury. 741-0040. Principals only. 542-0113. CRYSTAL STEMWARE — Old mirror. ere and family pets. 747-0483 after 6:30. Realty,W'-B050. of the Townshlp(of Mlddletown, County of CUTTERS AND SPREADERS — On knll SERVICE STATION ATTENDANTS typewriter, broiler, books, etc. MIDDLETOWN — Three-bedroom split or Monmouth, Stale of New Jersey. You ore (2), part-time weekends. Must be reliable UNS— New and used. Buy, sell or QUARTERHORSE — Gelding. Needs ex- APARTMENT — Or small carriage nous mode a defendant because you ore the last aoods. Some experience preferred. Apply. trade. MANNY AND MARY'S SPORTS Coll 747-4136. well kept large lot with swimming pool, and neat. Experience helpful. Apply Mon- perienced rider. 3350 firm. InMiddletown, Red Bank vicinity for bach- Living room* formol dining room, science holder of record and are Indebted to the for Interview, Devon Apparel lnc,# 395 SHOP Rt. 34, Eost Keansburg. 7S7-O50!. elor. Have references and relatives In - Mfliorfturton St., Long Branch. mouth St. Chevron, Red Bank. COMPLETE TROPICAL AQUARIUM — 542-3620 dtctien, recreation room with fireplace, plaintiff In the sum of S37I.23 plus Interest and area. 291-3958. coslSr said sum Is a lien on tne premises de- FIREWOOD - 54 ton truck lood. Ook $25 Deep 10 gallon. All equipment. 325. IVi baths, utility room, garaae» partia GENERAL AND FLOOR HELP — In cut- Call 741-8771 POODLES — Miniature, white, AKC. basem*nt. Washer, dryer, city sewers, l scribed above and sublect thereto, Mixed 523. Champion sired. Shots and worm tree. Call ting room. Apply for Interview, Devon Ap- HELP WANTED Coll 2S4-8405 or 264-865O carpeting. Many extras. Mortgage can be Mrel, 395 wharburton St., Long Branch. G.E. WASHING MACHINE — 525. G. E. 291-2327. WANTED TO RENT 'assumed with $9709 down cr full prlci MORTIMER G. NEWMAN, JR., &-7300. MALE OR FEMALE stove, 36". 125. RCA Whirlpool, fully auto- $31 900. All buyers 10% down. CLERK DESKS 115 up. FILES, tables, chairs, ad- matic refrigerator,S120. All In SOOdTcondl- CUDDLY EASTER Gl FT — Beautiful THREEOR FOUR-BEDROOM HOUSE t DRIVER-SALESMEN - For Ice cream ding machines, typewriters, olfice equip- standard poodle pups. AKC. Shots. Cham- PALACE REALTY* Assocs. SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY EXPERIENCEDTREE CLIMBERS tlon. 842-41» between 8-5 pjn. Furnished. Year round. Under WOO. Dated: March 12,1971 vending routes. Lucrative spring and sum- ment, etc., of bargoln prices. New or pion bloodline. 842-2060. Call 596-127Bbelore5p.m. 2958 Rf. 35 Hazle! Steady work with chance far advancement. used. AAC DESK OUTLET, Rt. 35, OoK- SEARS — Portable dishwasher S75. Sim- -March 16/23 523.50 Coll «4M573,5-7 p.m. mer business. Call 4754151 or stop by 397 2&4-5300 Hwy X, W. Keansburg (next to Dean Car- lUrst. 531-3990. mons Hlde-a-bcd couch S75. Couch, coffee GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPPIES — WE NEED — Five or six. 2-3 bedroom Licensed Real Estate Broker pets). table, two end tables, S30. Anytime after weeks old, AKC registered and shots. Call Rental Homes, furnished or unfurnished SOLDERERS. - Full or part-time; hard 717-7991 NEW MONMOUTH — Three-bedroom 1NVITATI0NTO BID solder on brass. Must be willing to work p.m. 222-55W from SE5 to S350 per month for incoming The Board of Education ol the Borough COOK — Full or part-time. Emery Manor DON'T GAMBLE personnel. THE BERG AGENCY Rt. 3A ranch In excellent condition. All appll hard. Skill and good character more Im- ROOF LARIAT 30 RIDER MOWER — 7 BOX STALLS FOR RENT onces Included. $30,500. Call 671-3254. ot Highlands Invites your written sealed portant than educational background or Extended Cora Facility. Matawan. Call Prown's lor a free estimate for Mlddletown. 671-1000. 5M-M0O. h.p. 1 year old. aeon. 5275. Call 9464643 MIddletawn Area Private- Form bid far General School Supplies. good English. Unusual opportunity. Inter- SEAMLESS hlati back white aluminum SHREWSBURY — Six-room bungalow. lutter, aluminum sldlna* rooflnn. evenings or all day Sunday. PI1OI1B741-2382 FURNISHED APARTMENT WANTED — Bids will be accepted until 4:00 P.M., esting atmosphere. Reply in confidence to TTS PERFORATOR OPERATOR Three small bedrooms, living room, dining prevailing time, April 7th, 1971, In the Box 6-111, The Dally Register, Red Bank, ALWAYS GOOD VALUES! Fireplace AKCGERMAN SHEPHERDPUPS t or 2 bedrooms. R. Keith, 1515 S. Vennll- room, kitchen. Gas heat. Newly decorated. .lain Office of the Highlands Public or computerized newspaper operation. lion St., Streotor. Illlnols'6i364. .stating sdidry, lob r'equlremenls, age ond Must be experienced. NignMnlft. Full time PROWN'S rale, $3.50, screen, X1O.50, andirons. Large boned, black ondsllver,6weeks old. Sublect lo FHA appraisal. Asking 516,500. School. They will be opened by the Board experience. Mature Indlvlduilual's desired' " . or port-llme. Call Mrs. Sencher at Tha 12 Broad SI., Red Bonk 741-75M .12.50, small slzcl-drawer chest {Painted) S50. Call 787-8936. RETIRED COUPLE — Desire unfur- CalU7M289. Secretary publicly and read In the pres- WHITE TRIPLE TRACK — Aluminum $12.50, Gov. Wlnthrop type desk, S3?, oak nished, three-room apartment. Call after 6 Dolly Register, Red Bank for an Interview. :omblnafion storm and screen windows ence of trie parties bidding or their cgents, ASPHALT FOREMAN —Salary open. Ex- 741-0010. 60" olflco desk, M9, 37 x M heavy mesh 5ELDIN0 HORSE — Dark brown, ID p.m., 787-0965. MIDDLETOWN-CITY SEWERS — Three- If such parties desire to be trtere ana then '13.99. Free measuring service ond dcliv- spark-guard screen, $16.50, maple chest on fears old. Also targe gray pony 52" high aedroom split level. Vh baths, family periencepirlenced only. ApplAppry Earl-—•e- Asphal•'—•--"t Co.-- , iry. Installation $2 per window If desired. present. Cranberr•••-'•-••y Rd.' , Form•=—fngdalel . EXPERIENCED chest, S22.50, 3 drawer dresser, $19.50, our years old. Pony drives and rides. Sel GARAGE OR BARN SPACE — Ta store oom, wall-to-wall carpeting, patio. Ex- >. W. Barr Home Improvements. 842- drop leaf mahogany Duncan PhyTe table, The Board of Education reserves the REAL ESTATE SALESPERSON logclnerlorS300.787-8320. two cars. Uncroft-Colls Neck area PrlncrMl5 A!ki •Ight to accept ony bid meeting speclflca CARPENTERS WANTED — Experienced. S39«9,, floor lamlampr , U.7S, 9x12 rug, SI 9.50, up- MK8T ""» "9 Call between 7-9 p.m. only idtve office. Two Multiple Listings. Will CHESAPEAKE BAY RETRIEVERS- Coll M2-5643 lions regardless of price. The Board also onslder nerson with other sales back-, CE CUBE MACHINE — Scotsman, S225. bolstered' chochairsl , J7.5O, S12Jo"»lS. Apart, - •eserves the right to accept ony portion of 7(7-3125 ment sue refrigerator, «9. More and AKC Whelped Feb. 23. IDEAL FOR CHILDREN jround. Coll 471-0600. Naveslnk Assad-, :OFFEE MAKER Cory automatic, 1 year - ! ..refrlgerc". _«_ — — _ Mlddlctown. Four-bedroom split. Huge nv< the bid, waive any Irregularities In the bid ales, 1009 Hwy 35, Mlddletown idl'*,3E. Frontst#RedBan)( • 291-3958 FURNISHED ROOMS 1 MAN — Far drtlTfrigholesTii' reinforced ild, 5-pot S185. Like new both In excellent ng roorrtf dining areai kitcfien( I /? oaths, ding, and to proceed In any manner consid- concrete, on construction lot, using por- wrklng condition. Coll evenings,747-4922. EMALEGERMAN SHORT-HAIRED . V. prlvateen- recreation room, laundry-room plus fin- ered In its best interest. taftlt electrical equipment. Must hove me- BEST LINE — Locals, buy your product 'OINTER — Two yean. Sire, doubletielc rancc. Also, one roam with kitchen. ished basem*nt with brick barbecue. Ni- Specifications and bid forms ore avail- chanical background, but we will train In Are you Interested In a career with unllm' ONE 10" RADIAL ARM SAW - Cabinet, :hamplon. ID. Dam, field champion, good Iso, ore efficiency. 462-123) cely landscaped oversized corner lot with able from ihe office of the Board Secretory Ited Earnings' Salary s.12,000 per year. If two-drawers, door with lock, S200. Other by the case, 50% to 60% off. Call 775-2377 the use of drilling equipment. Company from 6-7 p.m. Mon. thru Frl. lunter. Call after 5:30,944-8906, HATONiOWN AREA patio. City sewers. Fenced In rear yard. during regular business hours. truck supplied. 4g-Tiour week, travel time, qualified. Call 264-7127. Ask for Miss slectrlcal hond tools. After6,787-8M0. Also cttacrted garage. A buy from owner. Dated: March 19,1971 Strand. CALL plus overtime. Company benefits. Call Mr, ELECTRIC GUITAR AND AMPLIFIER ADAM AND EVE - Would have stayed In 922-1818 m°oo. 161-ttn MRS. MARTHA SCHMIDT Thorne,2e4-M8O. their garden If they could have) borrowed REAL ESTATE Board Secretory COLLAR SETTER - On Indies toppers. SEO. OCEANPORT — Lovely custom built 3- Call 264-B786 otter 5:30 p.m. the equipment they needed for a profes- Highlands Board Union shop and highest wages. Apply sional landscaping )ob from A to Z Rental FOR RENT bedroom ranch. New. Overlooking lagoon PARTY CHIEF Wall Street Fashions, corner West and Alpine Manor Hotel of Education Steady work, good pay. ?ADAR MAGS — Four, like new. 7"xl4", Center, 1S1 Newman Springs Rd., Shrews- APARTMENTS Special off season rates. Hotel room: SJ5,<00. Highlands, NJ. 07732 Call 046- restyle them for you pertonally. Plumbing and Heating Ished. Tiled bath. Private entrance. Ideal nlnutos to A/lorlna, seven minutes lo Rouullli'l, 3< Brood SI. or single or couplo only. Call 747-5420 for Iceon. SJ3.500. 291-9371 5ENCY, Realtor, 555 Prospect Ave most luxurious Community. KARL KRAMER — Bathroom, kltclior ppolnfmenl. illle Silver, 74M5D0. Painting and Decorating .remodeling and repair). Call C42-03W or Efficiency, ono and two-feodroorn. 09 ILDE SHREWSBURY - PourbcdrobrnT' /747-BM Qroonorove Avenue, Keyport. Man- MARET1OME — Free rent and board, for- !'/i-bath, 95* ranch. 24* l|vlnu room, coun-' UMSON -• Friendliest street In town, il couple, In exchange for babysitting, ry kitchen. Secluded prestloe acreage, hree- bedroom!, two baths, «at-in kitchen, C0UNTRYWO0D5 . John Woodward & eger-s Oflico. Aprnmom 34. Cull 2G4- nl I af lor 1,229-7934. wo blocks to railroad. Terms. (<9,900.222- inlng room, paneled den, living room with 18-10. I233«r741-774I]. . replace. $3y,?0O. Principals only. 642* otHoMt) General Contractors Sons HREE-ROOM APARTMENT — Adults. Pdlnllnp. Paperhanglng. Paneling. CARPENTER-BUILDER Hooting, Siding & Insulation lo pels. 25 William St., Red Bank, Refer- *AIR HAVEN ~- Executive's horno. Two*; 671-2800 fitter lor Remodeling Two'blocks Ensl Rt. 3D end >ces required. Business couple. lory, oil custom built. Laroe foyer. Flvai IVE ACRES - With cow collage, two- Complete home Improvements, oltera- , Mason Contracting IOLSON CO. — ROOFING AND SIDING edrooms, 2Vi baths, threa flrtpiaces, tlon' ar goraat. Hobby shop, barn and some Directions: Exit 114 on Parkway, jjtnk additions. Kootlno, ildln^ ^ Call after o p.m. •Installed and guaranteed for 10 yearj. 775 Middlo OUR-ROOM APARTMENT—Available. ith beamed celllna, decorator designed: 'ooafl. owner Florida bound. S29,500. eost on Rod Hill lid , loft on Van ,O7»-2»!.[I54O. lay 1. Suitable)adults. Rent J160amonth rllte mH1 AROLD LINDEMANN, Droker, Eolon- Schoick Rd. to ontranco. 741-8161 us utilities. 747-1041. Alter 4 (un. 944- litt'C ! '**""' IWn,S42-!lM. 20 Tbf Dailt R%'isl»-r, Hf4 Bank-Mi'ldlrtwn.N. J.. TufAay Marrh 2.3, 1971 Your Horoscope, Birthday nature. Rather, you take your Ti)-k satisfactory solution to out. A sdift In raoodj brlngi TUESDAY, MARCH the initiative around to you. M-Born today, you have an time establishing friendships present problems on the era- inborn tendency to put things savoring every moment of the ployment scene should SAGGITTARIUS (Nov. 23- off, to procrastinate, and the getting-to-know-you process, present itself this afternoon. Dec. 22)-Take care that' sooner you begin to do battle cementing carefully every Be prepared to take a stand. things that start out well against this trait the sooner step forward. LEO (July 24-Aug. 2S)-A don't turn sour in midaft- you will be able to take ad- casual meeting with friends ernoon. Take every pre- Wednesday, March 24 caution against overdoing. vantage of your talents to ARIES (Slarch 23-April could lead to new and impor- achieve the high success 22)—It is the sharp-eyed, tant opportunity for you. CAPRICORN (Dec. 23-Jan. available to you. Learn to put alert-minded Aries who will Don't neglect to mention new- 20)-Keep yourself in control first things first, to set your- best come through the morn- found talents. of whatever situations devel- self more than you can do. In ing's hazards. Guard against VIRGO (Aug. 24-Sept. 24- op as a result of morning these ways you can develop accident. Oft. 23)-Gonsult one who is events. Don't give up the the habit of filling your days in a position to act in your fa- reigns. HOARSE THPS TAURUS (April 21-May I KNOW, RUBE with meaningful tasks and 21)-There are gains to be vor. The wise Virgo will know ACQUARIUS (Jan. 21-Feb. MORNIN', - 'E DIDN'T tasks important to the time. made this morning. Think where his influential friends 19)-Let your spirits be up- &ET'OME Although you enjoy people over carefully the minor de- can be found. lifted by new chances for suc- TILL AFTER Ul immensely, you have a cer- tails upon which a major LIBRA (Sept. 24-Oct. cess appearing on the hori- tain shyness about meeting project depends. 23)-Personal relationships zon. Don't be surprised by them for the first time. It is GEMINI (May 22-June may "face unexpected diffi- one who would direct you. — _ very important that you don't culties today. Probe deeply PISCES (Feb. 20-March |mmui 21)-The wise Gemini will " become involved in the sort of take care that he does not go into causes of recent prob- 21)-Mental interests need career that demands of you over his budget today. You lems. heightening; physical pursuits that you meet the public will need to have something SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. can be followed up immedi- head-on, for yours is not a extra jn the neV future. 22)-Matters should begin to ately. Combine the two to naturally outgoing, socializing CANCER (June 22-July go your way before the day is. your full enjoyment TM0 PoWi.hcnH.il SinJ.«t* SheinwolcTs Bridge Advice

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The Wizard of J<1 Snuffy Smilli TH'SflMEWAVSHE THUNDER ATIOM!! BROKE IN HER SKITTISH OL' HOWOMfllRTH DID HlUSBflMD BREAK JW THflT SKITTISH OL WflLL-EVED MULE OF HERW? llierMyB^taer,IledBanl»Ml(Uletown^. J,Tuesday March23, J971 21 At the Movies Nixon Airs Views ^ektfisiim RED BANK TOMSKIVEH '•'•;' By CYNTHIA LOWRY was an Italian opera version CAKLTON- DOVER- :.; NEW YORK (AP) - Presi- of "Cinderella," with Eileen S«ldlerB!ue2:oo; 7:10; 9:15 Cf «aJ While Hop»MG;»;J0 'dent Nixon, in his first prune* Farrell and Marilyn Home, EATONTOHN time interview with a single Television classical singers, clowning; COMMUNITY- NORTH OF RED BANK broadcaster since taking of- and hamming it up as the two lkKu8:30 ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS wicked stepsisters. Carol, of DBIVEIN- ;iite, defended and explained DAYTIME MOVIES tso O HEE MAW (a Th« Brain Tliah Woul*'tDle7:M? WgM ATLANTIC his decisions and viewpoints Comment course, was the heroine. 9:39 O"e Visitor 9:00; Horror Chamber of Or. Joe7.OO;9:M) 11:00 Oitiii Woman m Foustus 10:« '"for an hour of live television In another amusing sketch, 1 8 THE DAVID HOST SHOW (O FREEHOLD MIDDLETOWN Carol and Harvey Korman 1:00 8 "Bid from BmHy * Q MOVIE OF THE WEEK (C> last night on ABC. on subjects that ranged from 0-IhDdUU "to eorcb or ijnaiar Mantes CM Eetq Vea MALL 1- TOWN- ;,, Howard JC Smith, holding a the credibility gap to conflict played a pail of new rich 430 O "No Mu7\i u> UmS" loia*. m>o itory NEPTUNE CITY EAST BRUNSWICK .! father tensely throughout ttie Although the precedent- sons has developed into a "Camping Wp" m MARCUS WELBY. MJ). (C) CaropbeU 7:15 TURNPIKE- CI 'ompfr e i interview, painted an optimis- making interview on ABC goocj all-around variety per- O DICK VAN DYKE SHOW Tha WlDd£atL" A ynmg Frtrl gda a Km xOat LAKEWOOD former and often her comedy "Bad Reception In Allany" became she feels her zicta pazcOU dout lovs bo; Blood 8:49 tic picture of events in Laos was the big ticket item of the ID BEAT THE CLOCK (Q B THE AVENGERS (C) COUNTRY- 1ND00K- Host: Jack Nan "Bonci *°r U"1 rrinco" MlcJnlght Cowboy 7:10; 9:20 and, without notes, reeled off evening, CBS' Carol Burnett is superb. Frequently sue NISMt Visitor r^O: 9:» and'Company came up with goes overboard. This time it IB TO BE ANNOUNCED ' D SAN FRANCISCO MIX (C) TOWN- statistics and dates, used 7.-0O 8 CBS NEWS WITH WALTffl CEONHTB (O NlgM Visitor 7:30; 9:39 PEBTHAMBOY an unusually sprightly hour. was in a dismal sketch in O NSC NIGHUY NEWS (CO 1030 l& THIRTY MINUTES WITH (O AMBOYS DRIVE-IN- World War II events for com-' IU0O B O O NEWS. WEATHER, SPORTS (O BRICKTOWN Nlaht Visitor 7.00; 11:00; Bird Wllti the The program, taped a couple which she played the dis- M[t!i Brlnkley, Mo&e. Oiatirrltlt Crystal Plumoge 9:12 parisons and compared his 0 I LOVE LUCY ~( PEYTOM PLACE (C) BRICK PLAZA- _^_B of weeks ago in New York, contented wife of a Boman I THE UTE MOVIE You Only Uv« Twice 7:00; TtundiAall ,.r:own ,problems with those of -Bto Operetta" »:oo MENLOPABK suggests that a change of sce- gladiator. For no fart'H'tar O ABC NEWS WITH SMITH SEASONS > rtrotess Btdnrn l At. CINEMA- •iUootow Wilson and Franklin O WHAT'S rvff UNE (C) A th OTtoOTtomcnn . TTlucl o yrauff peopl> MALLCINEMY- D.Roosevelt. nery once in a while Is good reason, she decided to pick tjon$iertiM!4M;lcUU*M!WD her teeth. If she wanted to di- Host: Wanv urnner D CHANNEL II HIM FESTIVAL LSto'lS«20 Billed by ABC as a "can- for television shows as well as ID I DREAJid OF JEANMB (O vert attention from the basic •nraor Mr. Proton*» 11351) .itm*s Dtr* Bogarda, versation," it was really a .people. CecO f*cker. An tmder«ccretaz7 at the Veasiuy material, she did. O» CAPITOL REPORT taoerts a rigid umtro] of the public) nBcaa question ana answer session Highlight of the program A iniy^ipg of stata ofQctalB ind thB nras 19 MASTERPIECE THEATER (C) 730 O THE BEVERLY HHUQIIES (C) •Btwadne tlia Orclo* lianker Drysa»le devfwa an ami nteot for Eily Maya gol&dlgger I HdO B THE MERV GRIFHN SHOW (C) Brookdale Band O THE TONIGHT SHOW O JULIA (C) B IW0 MOVIE "Anyone tor TOffinta* JtjBa teams •A Tato «t Two CTBtS" (1935) atmtgg Bmalt ment buildLing is goingr to ba said. O TRUTH Orl CONSEQUENCES (Q CoIltQU^ EHIZSlxitll AHpn ^KQ IDGQ tKSf A CCXQftTlfr Middletown Calling Unit Host: Bob Barker i able raBaUanco to eadi other mid lovo fba lame Has Active Year O THE MOD SpUAD (C) "Tho Prico of LOPO." " BTHE DICK CAVETT SHOW (C) LINCROF.T-In its first June 27, at the Garden State napping of ay Arts Center. lnyla himself i USD »WGHIHNAL(C) year, the Brookdale Commu- Helps Reassure the Aged B 7:30 P.M. REPORT (C) nity Symphonic Band became During its first year, the with B01 Rjan us BO HEWS (O a well known musical en- band was heard in an open- MIDDLETOWN - It's mouth County Welfare De- cannot begin to reach all the ID FATHER KNOWS BEST - B THB CSC OdOCK MOVTB semble in Monmouth County air concert at Brookdale, at partment. lonely elderly folks who might •Typical Father" BsamGB7, Eosil» jJrema. tough to be elderly and to ID NEW JERSEY SPEAKS BTHE JOE FRANKLIN SHOW (O and played for audiences to- the Brookdale Founders Day suffer from the many differ- Working for the service subscribe to the free calling "New Jeraey'a HonHtv CHstf* ktO BTHE UTE SHOW (O taling more than 38,000. festivities, at the Great Mon- ent ailments that come with through the Senior Citizens service if they knew about it Q GREEN ACRES (C) •HsMem m tun BCJOI Bu** OSES) dsflngJUm Launched through the ef- mouth Fair in Freehold and O THE DON KNOTTS SHOW age, but it's especially rough Leisure Time Group is Mrs. and if more monitors were : GREAT CHEAT SHOW forts of Brookdale's dean of at free lighting ceremonies at tfr be old and ailing if you live Eatherine Kelly of 38 Clinton available, Mrs. Kelly de- B TO TELl. THE TRUTH (O "CSny ca CaH*r ( " " W community cultural affairs, the Garden State Arts Center clares. Host: Gary Mooro lafB B TALES 6F WBtS FARfiO all alone. Ave., East Kcansburg, who O MILLION DOUAR MOVIE Clinton Crocker, and spon- during the Christmas season. To bring a warm touch of has organized seven of her Vohratens Sought ••Idhmy O'clock" (ISO Iid(llrtuvni.VJ,Tufwla> Man-lilt !')7! Committee Active Those Comsat Risks . nues climbed 48 per cent to piled a fine.record of sales $69.6 million and net income and earnings growth over the SUCCESSFUL more than doubled to $17.3 past 10 years; and 1970 was On Bond Dinner million, or $1.75 a share. no exception. For the full ku*msOX - Work by a old Margoles. Milton A. Man- INVESTING Q - Is American Hospital year, sales advanced 14 per large, active committee is' sner, Samuel S'. Mausner. Supply still a good stock for cent to $510 million and net building anticipation and as- Harold A. Meistrich, Herman future growth? Are the shares income rose 3 per cent to surance of a record turnout at Meshenberg; By ROGER E.SPEAB selling too high in relation to $25.7 million. Per share prof- the forthcoming Israel Bond risks. Comsat derives its re- the company's earn- its were flat year-to-year, Also, Joseph H. Meyer, U. Q - Someone has advised froni 77 cents in 1969 to 76 Tribute Dinner honoring Rab- Col. George P. Price, David that Comsat (Commu- venues from leasing channels ings?-»J.F. & L.B. bi Jack M. Rosoff on Sunday, on a worldwide commu- A t- At present levels, cents a share, as a result of a Schwarz, Dr. Israel Senitzky, nications Satellite Corp.) is a greater number of shares out- March 28, at C p.m. at Con- Dr. Victor Siegel, Reuben sound stock for future nications satellite system. American Hospital Supply is gregation B'nai Israel, here. Company owns roughly 53 per selling at approximately 37x standing. While operational Spector, George Spiro, Mau- growth. What do yon think? - gains in 1971 may not be as They're on narade ... the delicale The testimonial will climax cent of the global commu- 1971 earnings estimates which rice Stalberg, Julian Stansky, E. D. nications systems and man- substantial as those of pre- pastels . .. the sunny, vibrant hues . the 1971 bond effort in the Edward A. Straus. Dr. Eu- A-Comsat shares do, in- is mid-range for the com- .. tho new lines and looks for spring Red Bank-Rumson area. Rab- ages it for other participants pany'S' own historical vious years, shares of this . . . brought together in our latest gene Trachtman, Raymond deed, have good long-term from about 75 countries. The leading hospital supply firm collection for a pageant of fashions bi Rosoff will be presented Zager. growth potential. However, price/earnings ratio and for overseas telecommunications the industry in general. remain attractive for future reflecting all ths joyousness and new- the State of Israel "City of because of the company's growth prospects. • ness of the Easter season. Peace" award for "out- market has expanded at over American Hospital lias com- revolutionary business, vol- 20 per cent annually for about standing participation in tho Drill Teams atile snares are not without Israel Bond program which is two decades, with continued strengthening the economy of Sponsors Corps strong growth anticipated. the State of Israel as the To Compete Another projected area /of Antique of the Week foundation for the spiritual WEST KEANSBURG-West growth Is a domestic satellite MILITARY and cultural rebirtli of the At Asbury Keansbnrg Fire Co. 1 has tak- system. Comsat has proposed Jewish people." en over sponsorship of the . a $248 minion satellite system CAMPAIGN TRUNK ASBURY PARK-Drill Continentals Drum and Bnglo designed to. transmit tele- (used by officers In foreign service) Entertainment will be pro- teams of the eastern region vision programs-telephone Oak with brass-bound edges. vided by a husband-wife vo- Corps. X6iV'2 9 DtyttTity M SPORTSWEAR will converge at Convention The onit Is open to young* C3fls» ^pynPTtfrffoiffSi jjflfft-3 flDd calist team, Jan and Lillian Hall on the boardwalk here a range of other commu- Initials FT M Bart. Eters 8 to 21 from Badet and Sunday, March 28, for the the surrounding area. No es- nications. Approval of this by General chairman of the fourth annual charity spec- the FCC would b^ a signifi- .tANCIENTMARINER EVENING WEAR Red Bank-Rumson Israel cant pins for Comsat..Com- tacular. Further information may Op.nWed.,Thiir.., Fri. 10:30-4. SM. 10-9:00 Bond drive is Milton Abra- pany reported an excellent Rflht Inflation - Buy AntkjiiHl ' moff. Michael Jacob is honor- Donald Hammary and Ken- be had by contacting MrR Do* neth Wilson, advisers to the year In 1970; operating reve 74ShrtW»b«jryAv...R.dB.nlt 842-7778 ary chairman. rothy Lawrence. •tilwfootofMonmootliSt.j, • ACCESSORIES Assisting Mr. Abramoff as Asbury Park-Neptune yontli vice chairmen are Jack Kapl- Cadets, sponsors of the event, an and Rabbi Harry Sherer. said many championship far round the dock fashions / Mrs. Ralph Berman is chair- teams will seek new honors in man of the women's division this year's competition. for Red Bank-Rumson and Competition will start at 2 Miss Amy Koraar is youth di- p.m. There will be three divi- vision ehainnan. sions: senior, junior and girls'. 10 Day Members of tie committee include Artnur Ashkin, Dr. Richard Buyers Is president Ralph Berman, Paul Bragar, of the Youth Cadets. Mr. David Cohen, Dr. Leonard S. 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