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First Church of Christ, Scientist, Services Sunday in New Building

The new First Church of Christ, their homes. In Feb., 1918, the Scientist, Broad st., designed by group decided to rent the lodge Tho mayor and council Mon- •fJohn T. Simpson, Red Bank archi- hall In the Eisner building at 5* day night asked foi a state surtect, and built by Robert A, Hcn- Broad st. and held their first meetvey for the proposed widening of drlckson, Red Bank, will hold its ing there in Mar., 1916. The readRiverside and Maple aves., which opening services Sunday at 11 a. ing room and Sunday-school were some officials have recommended m. and 8:15 p. m. started the following year. to ease highway traffic through town. ] The brick, New England colonial The society continued to grow and The body also decided to investistyle building is 50 feet \vids shown in ments of normal childhood—love, ilies. The'five-room house has two calling for the shorter work week until last spring when he Whew the Indian congress met residence Joseph E. Scdlar, who represented an oven and in a refri ;erator. Mem- security, understanding and train- potential rooms on' the second —it now Tuns to six days and 48 purchased the Edwin Stewart esthe company at the meeting, told after independence was gained, said tate on the corner of Rumson rd. floor, and breezeway and garage- hours—and the proposal appeared tiers worked on the "sun porch" ing. council that the price reflected the the speaker, they framed the coun- and Fair Haven rd. It is situated on nearly an acre of to receive majority support from at dressmaking and ironing. Two Although headquarters are lo- ground. the council, cost of removing banks bf earth try's constitution after that of the members, Abbie Ann Willgerodt It Includes entrance foyer, l«.rg« cated on Garfleld st, Long Branch, before curbs could be installed. United States. The feudal system, living and Rosemarie Braun, each re- the society Is by no means a Long Mr. and Mrs. Frank Curley ef Mr. Gray agreed with an estimate room with flre place, dlnint; Costs of the Installation will be which was in effect before Britain room, streamlined ceived an "excellent" award in the Branch organization. Its program Holmdel have purchased a five- by Councilman Thomas F. Oakley kitchen, powder borne by property owners on the took over tho country, has been room, and three large dressmaking project, Abbie Ann to children covers not only that room house on Monroe ave., that the reduced time of duty will bedrooms, won a prize In the f; ishion parade city, but it has placed for adop- Shrewsbury. Constructed by Car- require the hiring of four addi- A judgment of J23.435.97 for total street. -The borough will supervise abolished. England, he said, per- dressing room and two tiled baths mitted the system to exist because the project. disability was awarded to John with a dress she had made. mine Menna, the home consists of tional policemen, at the approxion the second floor. The grounds tion or care, children in Little was simpler to deal with a few Max Gould won nine "excellent' Silver, Shrewsbury, Red Bank, Fair three bedrooms, living room, dining mate total salary cost of $16,000. Vonella of Wentworth ave., West Mayor Charles Halzcnbuehler'a it comprise an acre of landscaped landlords than with the entire popLong Branch, against his former ribbons in the gardening projects, Haven, Locust and. other parts of room and kitchen. Mr. and Mrs. re-appointment of William Connell ground, Including many specimen Cited Other Examples employer, Roger Aboandandolo, at to the board of assessors, effective ulation. He pointed out there has tree and shrubs, with over 200 feet Richard Moore and Ashley Kraan Middletown township. Mrs. Raoul Curley also have taken occupancy. two and Margaret I Ring, Joyce Pietri Is president. Mrs. Leon But Mr. Gray said the change Workmen's Compensation court July 1, for R three-year term was been no purge of landlords. The frontage on Naveslnk ave. Francisco and Mary Searles one Reisner, Jr., is president of the would bring Red Bank into line here last week. confirmed by council, which took abolition of the system has meant The property Is adjacent to th» each. Cathie Ring received four Junior auxiliary, and Miss Ruth with what some'other municipali- Mr. Vonella was employed by Mr. no action on a resolution to place only that tho landlords have lost homes of Edgar W. Heller, E. B. "excellent" ribbons i|i the flower Kirby, president of the Second auxties—he named Asbury Park and Aboandandolo as a carpenter. He tho borough under provisions of a much of their land. Thorndlke, Mrs. John L. Riker and The country, Mr. Ananthanarayexhibit, George Castlcman two and iliary. Little Silver—are doing for their injured himself when he fell ten state rent control act. Federal Dr. Andrew P. Dedlck. The new Rosemarie Braun oni, feet from a scaffold,'landing on his rent controls, which expire July 31, anan said, has Instituted a system owner is now in possession and police departments. He said the venture this of universal education for children. currently enjoying a vacation on Ann Hickey won tvo "excellent" As a fund-raising shorter week is becoming a stand- back on the ground, have not been lifted here. The Although the society will hold a it is almost impossible ribbons in the coo! ting project, summer, Due to the accident Mr. Vonella ard pattern. And rather than have state act provides that municipaliCouncil was split, almost up the salad luncheon bridge and fall to educate the adult population, he ~?ape Cod. Julia Portin one. Rosemarie fashion middle, Monday, night on a pro- the voters decide the Issue he said, suffered a broken back and paraly- ties may continue rent controls by said, show Aug. 12 at Homeevery high school student, In Braund won an "excellent" ribbon stead Golf and Country club, Spring posal to put a rigid ordinance on "I favor taking the bull by Hhe sis of. his legs. As a result the adopting a resolution Indicating In the forestry grou;. court found him to be totally and their position and willingness to order to graduate, must go to a Lake. Fall clothes will be shown by the books for the control of dogs. horns" and have council do it. village and teach at least ten perOther members receiving "very Jane Engel of New York and West Mr. Gray would leave it to the permanently disabled. He was bear apportioned costs of mainEven Councilman George A. Gray, good" and merit ribbons were Bctli End. Mrs. John Osborne is general who introduced the measure, said police department's senior officers awarded the maximum allowed un- taining a county rent control office, sons the rudiments of reading and Camcnzind, Jane Holsey and Ka- benefit chairman. he did so with "deepest reluctance" to decide what emergency required der the Workmen's Compensation it was explained by Borough At- writing. li ina Camenzlnd sewing, Morgan and an appreciation of what It the services of more men on duty law of 450 weeks of compensation torney John M. Pillsbury. Reclaim Land, No Castle Mrs. Alfred Meyer was appointed Kraan, Dorothy Osprcy and BarBRADBVELT—The Initial meetat the maximum weekly rate of might mean "to'fellow dog owners." than at normal periods. Mayor Hatzenbuohlcr reported Pointing to the food situation in society treasurer. Elected to the bara Carycll gardening and flowers, of parents and teachers of the $25, which was in effect on the Council voted unanimously for Councilmen Harold Hurley and borough well is "holding up" in India, the speaker said the country Ing Marjorie Antonides, Mildred Hall board of directors were Mrs. Everett C. Baynton voted "no," with this ordinance, but set a public date of his injury, Jan. 16,1948. Mr. the 1953 school instruction face of the greatest demands put still imports ten per cent of its classessummer and Charles Wthtol cooking and Thomas McGlinchey, Mrs. P. R. explanations. Mr. Baynton said hearing at its next meeting so Vonella was also awarded compen- on was held last week at St. the municipal water system here Schlenger, Mrs. Stanley M. Tracy, total food supply. Tho now govern"Rusty" Merrill, Ge aid Hickcy, Catholic church when a Harry Malchow, who public opinion on the matter may sation for temporary disability in its history. The mayor- attrib- ment's agricultural program, he Gabriel's Charles Wihtol and Ann Hickey, Mrs. John J. Knodel, Mrs. Benja- Councilman be heard before a final vote is while he was under medical care of uted a lack of water in some areas added, won't bear fruit for about Parent-Teacher association was orforestry. Ashley Kraan won first min Elnhorn, Mrs. Harry J. Gr.een- wasn't there, also was against the taken. ganized. Rev. John Nowak, pas162 weeks, The court additionally during the week-end to a greater five years. There Is as much land place in one of the bicycle obstacle berger, Mrs. Harold Beizer, Mrs. restrictions. allowed Ml-. Vonella $8,135.87 for demand for water than the pump per capita in India as In England tor, stressed the need for parent A. Melvin Goddard and Mrs. Vanraces. co-opcratlon for the children of No Enthusiasm medical expenses and legal fees In- can produce. He said there was a Horn. he explained, but much of St. John's of Marlboro and St. Twenty members of the Lincroft curred by him, making the total demand for 750 eallons per minute itself, The vote carried three to two, it is waste land which the governGuest speaker was Miss EugeCatherine's of Everett parishes. and River Plaza Blcyc le clubs will judgment against his former em- at limes Saturday, while the pump ment is trying to reclaim. but with a-marked lack of enthusleave Monday by bus for the 4-H nia Stogdale, executive director of iasm, Officers and chairmen of the new ployer $23,435.85. can produce just 500 gallons per Mr. Ananthanarayanan said the organization appointed were Mrs. club camp at Stokes State forest the Family and Children's -society At the termination of the maxi- minute. Mr. Hurley said he was for some of, Montclatr. She diacussed some government is building thrco steel Harry Leitner, president; Mrs. in North Jersey. Plaining to take mum period of 450 weeks allowed the problems confronting her control measure to pick up stray Council directed Borough Clerk mills to supplement the one already Frank Becker, Mrs, Marcus Tremmilk prices for total disability the court will Frank tho trip are Mrs. Thimas Kraan, of society In Its program, similar to dogs here. But he said he didn't InTRENTON—Retail Bolcn to inform Chief of In operation. Other Industrial steps ble and Mrs. M. Harold Kelly, vice New Jersey will advance one enter a new judgment allowing Abbio Ann Willgorodt, Joyce Fran- the one carried on by the Mon- want the borough to prey upon its Howard Manahan, director Include the development of the presidents; Mrs. Harold Sproul, cisco, Julia Portin, Ann Hickey, mouth county group. She felt there, licensed dogs which, he insisted, cent per quart In all areas on all compensation to Mr, Vonella per- Police of Iho Civil Defense'council, that country's natural resources. treasurer; Mrs. Albert Com poly, grades, effective Aug. 1, according Evelyn Laubmelstcr, pii'arlcs Wih- should be a set of uniform state should have the right to be free manently, provided his condition Is Pointing to the danger of com- corresponding secretary; Mrs. John tol, Morgan and Ashley Kraan, licensing laws for boarding homes, on their owners' properties. Council- to C. Wesley Armstrong, Jr., direc- such that he still is totally disabled ho can authorize the contribution ot $65 to tho "Operation Skywatch" munism in India, the speaker said Collins, recording secretary; Mrs. Peter Wihtol, Dobra Jacques, Jo- homes where children are placed man Thomas F.' Oakley said only a tor of tho Office of Milk Industry. and unemployable. post at Atlantic Highlands. A letThe seasonal price rise Is In acseph Bogart, Shclia Decker, Rus until their own family problems dog ordinance which was standard Mr, Aboandandolo was a contrac- ter from Walter Wynne, district In his opinion the pcoplo have James R, Hcnslor, program; Mrs, sell Rauch, Bonnie L :e McLaugh- are straightened out, or, In >omo for all neighborhood communities cordance with the order issued in tor, doing business in Long Branch director of Civil Defense, told the fought too long and too hard for Harry Jansscn, social hygiene; Mrs. their freedom to give it up to com- Thomas McCarthy, membership; lln, Virginia Jacques, Sally Ever- cases, until the child !• adopted, would work. April when the retail price of milk in 1943, but since that time has left Civil Defense council here that the munism. The deep religious feeling Mrs. Michael Harmyk, refreshdell, Judy Osprey, Dorkhy Fox and or until he become* a ward of Mi'i. Gray said the one In mind was reduced two cents per quart Long Braneli and is now operating amount Is an apportionment of of the people is another Important ments; Mrs. Marcus Tremble, hosClttiralln. ' Ann Tonl Cttarella, tho, state and Is placed by the Is like the'one being considered and the price paid to producers was a business In Florida, $700, needed for Improvements to pitality, and Mrs. A, Lyle Leverlch, Since Mr. Vonella was Injured the Ground Observer .Corps post factor In the struggle ngaln.it com- publicity, state for adoption. and acted upon, "It's a uniform lowered 80 cents per hundred munism, ho added. pounds, he has spent time In two Veterans' ordinance," he said, But Mr, HurDaniel Edgar in Korea nt the Atlantic Highlands harbor, Both the Montclair director and Other points In India's progress The executive board will meet toTho entire Increase In price will hospital*, one In Virginia and the nmong snven communities served slncn Mrs. Dulany expressed approval of ley said he thinks it 1H too severe, It gained Independence InAs Personnel Oflicer Mr, Oakley said he also believes go lo trie producer with the dealer other on Staton Island, due to the by the post. Thbi borough also was clude the emancipation of women night at the home of Mrs, Leonard tho state legislature's passage of Lathrop In Pleasant Valloy, Holmfact that Mr. Vonella is an cxthe sr.me as at asked to provldo personnel for one Danlcl.Edgar, warrant ofllccr jun- the two new bills, 235 and 237, a dog restriction can be effective spread remaining the legal abolition of the enste del, at 8:30 o'clock. Tho next P. Under the now schodule scrvlceman, in addition to being 24-hour watch at the post, which and ior grade, husband o Mrs, Jose- which effect child adoption laws only "If It has teeth in It and I present, system, T. A, meeting, lo which all parImmediately following has maintained n 'round-the-clock phi no Edgar of 132 Shrewsbury within the state, and which they haven't seen one yet that has tho producer pride will bo advanced hospitalized ents me Invited, will be held Tueshis injury In Monmouth Memorial watch alnco July 14, 1052. to *B, 8 T per hundred pounds Aug. tftom." said provide a better safeguard ave., Is serving with llho 25th Maday at the church at 8 p, m. Monthhospital, Parish Honor* The ruling offered would require 1, an Increaso of 40 cents/ for the child's welfare. chine Records unit In Korea, ly meetings will bo held the fourth Vonella wns represented at Mr, Edgar, «on of C't pi, and Mrs, Mrs, Lewis S. Thompson of Lin- dogs to be kopt on alx-foot leaches "Historically, there Is Always A theMr, Tuesdnyj, Mn. llohcrl McKcun hy Rocoo ftavaschlcre Attended HninbtMV William S. Edgar of tho Shrews- croft, well-known for her services when taken on walks, would bar decline In production beginning dur- and hearing Father Nowak also told ot plans J. Cnnr.onn of the EATONTOWN-Members of the bui'y ave. addicts, Is a personnel In stale welfare and Institution barking dogs and would allow no ing the early part of July," com- firm Edmund tho nnnuiil cxcuralon to Rye Parsons, Labrecque, Ciin- Division Convention parUh of St, James Episcopal for ofllccr. The records ut It maintains projocts, was a guoat nt the dog lo destroy or damage anyone's mented Armstrong, "We are now tona of Ocach, N, Y., Monday, for children k Comba, private property, It would set up a experiencing such a decline, In church honored Mrs. Robert Mo- of tho school, statistical data on on met m t and mater mooting-, and matertheir frlonds and parprovision for the hiring of a pound fact, producor prices In surroundMr, and Mix Arthur E, Slattery Koun nt a birthday party at the Mrs. Howard Dulohir was «•• iiell of f all Armyy units nts 11 Korea, Ho Tho event will mark the closing markets woro advanced July 1, of WaUnco at, «nd Mr. and Mrs, roetory last week. Tho Entontown ents, entered In t d tho th Army A I ,039 9 and ar- slating hostess when tea w u master to enforce the law, ing of tho session. In another vote, council approved Anticipating this situation I am Stanley Barrow of Prospect avo, woman marked hor 80th birthday, l d In I tho th F rlvod Far E Eait In April, served, Teachers told of the substantial the exonipt firemen's applications confirming my order of Apr, 16, Llttln Hllvor, havo returned from Mrs, McKcan has been an actlvo 1982, Ho Is a 1027 graduato of of Jo MO Cook, John Allan, Cnlvln whloli calls for tho Inoreoso of 40 Chicago, whom they attended tho workor In tho church 30 years, Incrooso In attendance In tho classes] Galileo high flchnol, San Franolsoo, Shrewsbury Community this year nnd of tho spiritual n«ode conti per hundred pounds In tho Carrurt, Gordon Forbes, John 35th annual reunion of the Rain- She hns solved with many of tho of the and wan employed by Woitorn Klecchildren. Koledn, Itay Sergeant, Jr, and Let producer price," trlo thoro prior to his (jnlranca Into Club Holds Picnic RUMSON—Flank 8s.ra.ppo Of bow Division Veterans. Mr, and oi'Kanliatlon* and at present Is O'Connor, tho Army, BGAI(I|GS tho ono-cenl per quart 46 Chestnut at., Red Bank, hns Mrs, Goorge Sonnwin of Hollls, I/. 1., treasurer of tho Friendship guild, LAKEWOOD — There were 38 ndvnncr In Iho retail prloo, In- purchased the P m k Dm and Grill wore olootcd national president Shu received ninny Rifts, which Itcri Biink Man Held were piled on a table ilocoiatod mumboi's at tho annual picnic of Fox'a Gift Shop croaios of one-half cent por pint at 20 Rlvor id, from Joseph Class and national auxiliary priMldont, TWO PIUUS liXTINGUISHKM Mr. and Mm. Hrimmn me mem with .pink and while flowers nnd Vov AMIIIIU Alleni|il tho Shrewsbury Community club and onn-qiinrtH1 conL por half-pint And Fred Jordan. Mr, Sarnppo Im.i Red Bank /lromon extinguished n nt Ocimn County park hore Satur- Has living' RCOVCK of 10 Wharf *ve,, on All' gi'Adns srn offeotlvn Aug, 1, horn opoiAtlnir tho business since hers of the Wither Duffy chapter of vandloi, Hid Krldny nlRlit lit tio homo of day, Payaon W, Lymnn wuj uhalrIhn Rainbow division In New York Quoils worn Mr nnd Mrs, fled Hank, waived hcarlnir before Fox's Gift shop at 41 Monmouth Tim O.M.I, illrnrlor Also An- July 4, .Gdllh Willlnnifl, 220 Pinrl st, Tho man, nmUleil by liMmund Cniirtor, clly nnd of Ihn Now Jniupy chap' Charles K. Morris, Mr. ivml Mrs. Miiglflmli- John V, Crowd! TuesHi, In* been purchnsocl by Mr, nnd nounced 1 hut (Inponltn on hnttlM Mr, Saiapno hurt bnon employed hlnzo, pollen «IIUI, veil lied from Jacob .1 off icy and Mis, Mavsr Mrs, Donnld BreMow, Nnled for will lierRAflrr hn conflnnrt In II- hy the Hlgmund Elmer company ler nil well. Moth Mr, nml Mm. Unwind Wilkinson, Mr, and Mm. day mornlnK nml was ordered held Mil0It (ill'OUlli It was ml out In n Cnmpboll, the Ini'lje noloatlon of Hallmurlt of lied Bank from 1037 until re- Slatlciy nnd Mr. and Mra. Burrow William WHiriinan, Mr. and Mr». In 11,000 ball for Action of the row minute*. P'lrnmon woio unllect ucnlly, Ho wnii president of I.OI'BI me members of Iho New Jersey Theodore Marriott, Mr«. K, Kloyil grand Jury on a ahargt of AttemptA buffet suppor and harboou* fol- gi'oetlnjr uiucli, tho "hop's mothod out iiitiiln Snlurday night for a lowed bimolmll, swimming, cards of display IIRB boon uoplod by ninny 203, Amalgamated Clothing Work- chuplcr. Mm. Barrow In n past Wood, Mrs, Herbert P. Holmoffiir, ed ujdiuilt with a, dangerous «mnll Urn In n. kitchen •anno nt tho OWV J'AI'UK UlllVK 8UNIMV of the nation's department stores, ers of Amcrl.cn, four years, and had national auxiliary prc*WUmt. Mr, Mrs, Harold Magathnn, Mm. HUM- weapon, and OMor(«d activities, Robert H. homo of Dr. Frank J, OofT, 0 ] Dlsbrotv, president, announced that baen «, mombur of tho cxccullvo Hlattory, Mr. Harrow and Karl null Hllilworth, Mrs, John H. Ki>lir«, Tho complaint was mailo by PaTho shop al«o foatui'8$ gifts, Mouther* of Bt, Juntos pout, CutliMnnln nvo. Damage WAR Slight, llio next meeting—Saturday, AUK. ooi'ttiiilcs and costume and con- olio War VetuuiDH, will conduct board slnco 1037. Pullvormlllor of Kvarny wore Mn, Hay A, Moore, Mrs. Kdwnrd Irolnmii Franklin White, Rcovrs In police said. Lanyun, Mil* lCmmy-l.ou Morris, Mr, Hrodow a paper drive Sunday uftornoon. nllotfod to Imvo chttiod Edward V. IS—would bit ftlinrliMim «upp»r at dolence jtwalry, Mr, Barappo l/i married lo the olaotoil to the national oxcoutlve his home, Mr, Dlsbrow appointed formerly owned Droilow's ToylnnJ They uik that ))tipor» bo bundled former Mlts Anna LoBUndo ot Hod oommlUoe. Mr, Harrow was ap- llov. C, M, Burck and Mn. Mo ICnnty, Jr., of Cooper rd,, MiddleMortitit Monty K«nn'« •daughter, Mrs, Harold pointed national Irenxurer for hi lown township, with a knlfo and for nomci. r«rm», eountrj iiinli bull Molvln Ford chairman of a nom- In Nowurli, He And hit wlfu Intend tind Hod and loft at the curb, Hank, ItobeiU. ntn bullillnii, fxlulnii o n«w, I/Oni inating commutes whloh Is to m- lo movo lo this vicinity, To an- Proceeds of the drive «o to the n\o Monday nlnht after AII Working nt tho I'AIK Bar nnd fourth coimcciitlvi' luini, term «n«y inyinrnt llln il l>mn> on port nt the Aug. IS mooting, Marv- nounce oiolr piirohmc, the Bits- walfnrn fund which nldM pnllcnlA Grill Is Mr, Hsrappo's slAtcr-ln-ltw, tueni on Wharf avc, Itii • uetptKulf proptrllti, Jninih U, MeUui Plfliwol frimiit (ooH*. Th« mniltta nrrciinl hy 1'Mrolnnn \v Tdivlilon K»n«lr Man WanlH AKHIUX n«»llnti, Mnrlnin Dxurt. in ir with Mi', Ford arfl Mrs, JftfTiey lows ma Hiving sway lirldnf, mm- In VPl


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Fifty Ycetn Ago. Louis E. Brown of Prospect ave., attending Pawnee Bill's cirRed Bank commissioners planned while cus, was a victim of a thief who to have better streets In the town picked his pocket for J85. and proposed to gravel Riverside' A progressive euchre party was ave. from Front st. to Allen pi., Spring st. from Front st. to Me- held at the Hillside cottage on chanic and Peters pi, from Broad West Front st. Prizes were won st. to Maple ave. The graveling of by Mrs. J. T. Legget, Mrs." Israel Spring st. would have been con- Hart and Alonzo Sedlock. Otherstinued further than Mechanic, ex- present were Mr. Hart, Mr. Legget, cept that it was proposed to put Mr. and Mrs; J. H. HiLadorf, Ernest sewers down in that part of Spring Hilsdorf, Dr. William Thompson, Walter Saurman, Arthur Hilpot, st., south of Mechanic, Ray Hendrlch, a Fair Haven car- Theodore Q. Walter, Emlle Wilpenter, was thrown SO feet to the liams, all of Red Bank; Mable ground when the scaffold upon Craft and Dr. Frank Parker of which he was working gave way. Norrlstown, Pi,, and Mr. and Mrs. He escaped, with a few slight David Bryon and a Mr. Werly of bruises and - returned to work the Brooklyn. next day. Twenty-Five Years Ago. Thaddeus Allaire, Carlton Keeler,' Walter Longitreet and Harry Supp A dreadful accident took place at passed the civil service, examin- the railroad crossing at Tramp ation for. postofflce clerks' and letter Hollow when Mrs. Frank H. Brasch, Sr. and her sister, Miss Catherine carriers at Red Bank. Elaine Hazard, daughter of E. C. loyne, both of Red Banit, ldfst their Hazard of Shrewsbury, and Millie lives when the automobile. In which were riding was hit by a Cornwell, daughter of Millard F, they Cnrnwell of Red Bank,.'were out' oeomotlve. The annual outing and clambake driving In Mr. Hazard's trap when, near the. curb in front of; Patterson of the North Shrewsbury Ice Boat and Spinning's store at,Broad and and Yacht club was hold at StarFront sts., the horse stumbled and vation Island at the Junction of the fell, the shafts striking the store North and South Shrewsbury rivers, window with swift force as to The bake was planned to be held at Sandy Hook, but the day before smash it to pieces. Eric Oisleson of Catherine at. the outing, the commanding officer was appointed official dog catcher t Fort Hancock Issued orders that ot Red Bank. Mr. Glsleson was to no fires were to be permitted on get $1 for every dog disposed of. the beach on Sundays. The memThe commissioners instructed him bers of the party were taken to the hat he' must kill the unredeemed island In Vice Commodore Augustus dogs In a humane way and not M. Mlnton's yacht "Jean," George cause them any unnecessary suf- Dolllver's cruiser "Revillod" and Otto Butell'i cruiser "Sea Pup." fering. For many years the Bureau of 1. Nowhere in the report is there William H. Hoffmire died at his The bake was prepared by Ruben am- estimate of the cost to the in- Internal Revenue refused to allow tacks" In the American Mercury by home on Broad it. after an illness White, Delford Fisher and Harry more than 30 millioli dollnrs in their ac. : dividual in increased taxes, to aro- contributions to volunteer fire com- Senator McCarthy's staff director of several months. He was born In Clay. ylde recommended facilities. Nor panies as charitable deductions for and the. ousting of Mr. Matthews Fair Haven 78 years previous In Will Rogers, the well-known counts as of May 30 • - a gain of 19.6 per Sales Program for Citizen* s this broken down 50 that the res- tersonal income tax purposes. Not do not end this case. Something the house later occupied by For? umorlit, visited the Airview Fly-; cent over the same time last year. could welsh the advantages too long ago, the bureau had a has been started that will not be Iteading about the people behind the dents man R. Smith. He was generally ng; field at Red Bank. He com-j accentance of parts of the rec- change of heart and decided that easily halted. The other is a report by the publication "iron curtain'' who are giving their Rus- of these contributions should be alknown as Major Hoffmire, the title pllmented Jack Casey, the owner,' ommendations. Two overriding questions still de- being given him on account of his on .the excellent condition of the The recommendations Include lowed in view of the fact, perhaps, Sales Management that Red Hank residents sian overlords a had time is licnrtening. the2. joint that the volunteer companies made mand answers: construction of a MO-atufather having been a major in the field and its equipment, major contribution In keeping the Mayor Phillip S. Walton of Sea 1. Is the Protestant clergy par- War of 1812. For more than 30 earned ami spent more money in 3952 than Though the revolts have, been minor to date dent senior high school by Rumson amunicipal taxes low, these taxes Fair Haven, on the basis that ticularly helpful to communism? he conducted a restaurant Bright was made manager ot the citizens of most of the nation's communities. and .vastly unorganized, one has hope for and Rumson could not alone support a being a good deduction for tax The charge should be fully sifted. years business in Red Bank and previous new business department of the high school. Tet. the Hum- purposes. Incomes of this borough's 4,200 families, the future in knowing that people will defy senior The average citizen, when he at- The Matthews article docs not to his Red Bank business venture Seacoast Trust company of Asbury son high schod], as shown In table prove It. For the kind of "evi- he operated restaurants on the Red "•ark. after taxes, came to an average |5,8(!0, it tanks and divisions and guns and prisons V has a 1952-53 enrollment of 335. tended the various firemen's fairs, dence" John Burrowts, Jr., age IS years, he adduced would pin a including 107 from Pair Haven and expected to spend some money to said. This means that local income rep- to throw terror into the hearts of tyrants. includine grammar school' grades enable the firemen to continue their Red label on millions of citizens Bank steamboats; of Naveslnk was drowned in the, William A. White of Cort's Neck, seven and eight from Rumson.-The good work and most of us felt that whose loyalty is unquestioned. He ocean at Highlands Beach when, resented .0106 percent of the wage earners' enrollment Is listed as ST8 t was money well spent in the pro- finds guilt even in demands for re- age 67 years, dropped dead while while Ashing'from a jetty, he had These incidents should serve as a re- optimum with a maximum of 480. Thue tection we- are getting, the lower peal of the McCarran Act—which he was clearing up the walk in national total, while the population itself spell, which caused him minder that there have been and are treach- figures In no way prove that the rate of local tax and also the lower hundreds of ministers of other front ot his residence; Physicians tofainting fall overboard. came to only .0087 per cent of the total. The Rumson high school would be In- insurance rate on our properties, said death was caused by paralysis erous citizens of our United States who adeouate for future, high school which resulted from an efficient faiths have also opposed. The Schanek 8. Thompson comof the brain, He was born in what picture is made broader hy a report that of Rumson, nor that Rumion olunteer fire company. Ministers are usually humanl- .was known as the Quire house. The pany of Red Bank, started to build actively or silently show intense loyalty to needs ths new spur of the State Highcould not in the future support Its With the annual fairs now a arlans. Mr. Matthews reported 151,151,000 was spent in local retail stores '• -. thing of the past for the time be- hat 253 signed the Red-instigated first Roman Catholic service ever way system in Mlddletown town-' the cause of world communism. With that own high school. held at Colt's Neck was held In that ship, which would eliminate Mldlast year, as against #44,761,000 a year ing, or until we get a change in the 8. It Is further stated In repeated law, many of the volunteer com- Stockholm "peace" petition. There house. in mind; it is satisfying to see that the Newenumerations dletown village from the stats that Rumson high earlier. are • conducting a canvass are 297,000 Protestant ministers in Humphrey J. Hayward, who had Jersey Bar association is setting out on an school falls badly to provide tha panies of their local communities for the United States and some have conducted a hotel in Robert Allen's route. This combination of local power In educational campaign to teach the public types of educational facilities need- financial Policeman James . Wallace of support to take up the been naive, to say the least, about building on Wharf ave., bought the ed for a modern secondary school slack of the revenues-from the politics. Solid evidence of actual property for $7,500. The building Rumson, suffered a broken leg Rating, earning and local spending gives the 'benefits of U. 8. citizenship. program, without spelling out what fairs. These-lost campaigns should be when he was hit by an automobile. is meant by a modern secondary generously supported by all home party membership in a few cases was a three-story brick structure proof that our region is prospering and program! True, there are owners and citizens of the com- comes from Herbert Phllbrick, and Mr, Allen had law offices on the Officer Wallace was riding his moLawyers certainly know the laws that school progressing - • providing a fortunate center make American privileges available to us. some weak attempts to enlighten munities, In view of the above ben- who said he knew seven or eight second floor. Mr. Hayward planned torcycle on the Rumson road in the the public by such statements' as efits, and particularly more so, be- ministers who were Communists. rear of a long line of cars, and :o occupy the third floor for dwell- apparently the oncoming automofor family living and fine business oper Led by Stephen J. Magura of 921 Bergen "the librarian's room Is quite In- cause the contribution direct to the Mr. ,Phllbrlck has a record as a ng purposes. \ adequate without nrovlsion for even ations It's a combination that promises an ave., Jersey City,, niembers of the bar in- a sink." Pray tell, why does a li- Are company is now a good deduc- careful witness, But even his tes- Twenty-two members of the Lib- bile did not see the policeman as he turned quickly Into Conover la. tion for tax purposes, whereas timony Indicates no general Infilbrarian need a link? erty Hose company went on an out- Mr. and] Mrs. Edward O'Flaherty even better future. money spent at the fairs In the past tration of the Protestant clergy. tend to have distinguished members address I will not go on at length, except was ing In the launch' "Sheridan" and of vHeadden'a Corner celebrated not. There are at least three plain enjoyed a clambake on the shore school assemblies on the subject of citizen to say that there are numerous such This bit of Information should be reasons their silver wedding anniversary why communism finds such near the Highlands, remarks" which lead.. one to - lose brought to''the attention of the gen,.•;•„ -^. wlUs;a party at.-Thoinas's Inn. \ ship this fall. Schools, clubs and other or faith In the author's ability to prepenetration difficult. ' First, Red eral public. Percy Davis of Riverside 'ave. Look To The Skies facts. - Cordially, materialism is especially repugnant took 'out a party of friends aboard Three houses of Dutch colonial ganizations which want such lectures should sent Isthe W. Elmer Ether. commendable that the Board to all whose main reliance is oh his father's launch "Senorlta." They design were under construction at Two Presidents—Eisenhower and Tru contact Mr. Magura, because America needs of ItEducation of Rumson sought to spiritual power. Another reason is went to New York and on the re- Willow Drive Manor at Little Silver present an authoritative report for AWtECIATION man—and many others have said there is more loyal Americans. that the minute a minister started turn trip, four of his guests be- for Irving Berk of Red Bank, who the enlightenment. of the people. preaching communism — or any- came seasick. . In the party were was developing the tract. no unit of civil defense more important to Embury Methodist Church It is unfortunate that such a poorly thing closely related to it — his Richard Applegate, Harry Smock, ,Harold Fielder, a Monmouth st. ' prepared presentation was the reLittle Silver. N. J. national security than the U. S. Air Forcecongregation would revolt. There Edward W. Wise, Daniel Wymbs, merchant, was knocked down by sult July 30, 1903. can be few Protestant churches In an automobile ss he was crossing' Robert W. Idllle, Rumion. To ttie Editor: sponsored Ground Observer Corps, popularOliver Sutphen, Clinton F. Elliott Maple ave., and -was so badly InIt's Farm Safety Week the United States where the con- and Harry A. Hawkdnt. Hay I thank vou for your many ly known as "Operation Skywatch." Its jured that he was taken to Long; • trolling voices are not thoae of The New Jersey Safety Council calls GOOD NEIOHBOM Nelson Row, who conducted • Branch hospital for treatment. A ' courtesies which you extend to this conservative elders and vestrymen. failure, at the wrong moment, could spell attention to Farm Safety week which began and to the other churches in this pool and billiard parlor on Front slight concussion of the brain af- ' Again, Protestantism's tradition This, in essence, is factual. The area.' I especially want to thank several years, moved his busi- fected his mind and It was quite national disaster in this atomic age. Sunday and runs through Saturday. Rich- names have been changed to pro- you for the generous amount of of free discussion and rejection of st. some time before his condition retect the innocent. Any resemblance apace you devoted to our recent ecclesiastical authoritarianism nat- ness to Asbury Park. Skywatch is what the name implies. The ard V. Mulligan, president of the council, to The property of the Mason Deto normal. persons living, or in East Keans- 88th Anniversary Service. urally arms Its ministers 'and con- tachable Tooth company, which turned Leon Shuaterman, proprietor of program calls for posts to be manned by offers good advice in asking that a 'general burg is purely Intentional. Very sincerely.' gregations against Red authoritar- was In the hands of the receiver, he Strand theater at Red Bank, I am an invalid with a picky apvolunteers who will keep a sharp outlook for check-up start this week and be continued petite. James W. Marshall, pastor. ianism. Considering the fact that was sold at public' auction. The bought the Grand theater at Perth I eat anything 1 mustn't Protestantcountries the world plsnt of the company, together with My wife follows doctor's orders Implanes from unfriendly powers. Aircraft through the year. Amboy and proposed to spend at A WONDERFUL EXPEDIENCE around have proved the atancheat plicitly, and I'm suppose to live on about 85,000 teeth and the patents, 150,000 to remodel and Immovements are reported by these people to barriers to communism, It is were sold to Enoch L. Cowart for least ''Falls and falling objects continue to a diet of flat, tasteless aliment. prove the playhouse. Monday, 20th, strange to have Protestant clergy$2,960. Mr. Cowart also bought the a central control station. Skywatch makes cause a large proportion of farm accidents,'! But do I? Uh-uh! Me. I got Albert Bennett, Jr. of Vander- , 11:30 A.M., P.8.T. men accused as the most pro-Red company's clock for )( and Joseph berg neighbors. Whenever the wife steps wia Instantly killed and his up for the mechanical weaknesses of the Mr. Mulligan said in suggesting a check of out some neighbor steps In. They To the Editor: group in America. Riley paid $J» for the company's mother severely Injured when the all aware of the situation and Greetings from the 3rd Annual The strangeness of this charge safe, which was empty. nation's radar system. Single planes, flying barns and other buildings for loose objects are i car In which they were riding, colrespond, each in their racial or National Jamboree of Che Boy leads to the second question: John Woodward of Moorestown lided with another auto . Mrs. Bennational way. Scouts of America at Irvine ranch, low on twisting courses can avoid radar, and hazards accounting for falls. 2. To what extent is anti-comMrs. Bacigalupi happens by, cas- In California. Nearly 60,000 Scouts munlsm being turned Into anti was visiting John S. BUles of Tow- nett was rendered unconscious and good as it is. But they would be "dead er Hill ave. They were cousins and was taken to Woodley hospital, Red asks for my health and just and . Scouters from the United The Importance of such checks is shown ually, happens to have a bowl of steam- States and 17 foreign countries are Protestantism? Protestant minis- this was the first time they had Bank, where she remained in that ducks'' if a Skywatch observer put inter- by the fact that |439,326 was paid in com ing spaghetti and hot sausage camped here. There are 109 8couts ters do not have a monopoly on met in more than 40 years. condition for several days. She had and 11 leaders representing ' the support for social reform. Why. did ceptors on their tail. The country is very pensation to farm workers in the state last under her voluminous apron. Ex- Monmouth I, B. Blake, who operated a soap a concussion of the brain, a badly Council. We left As- Mr. Matthews single them out for planaish: Was about to throw It big, so many observers are needed if the year, an increase of 58 per cent above 1951. away, says she, but thought my bury Park on July 5th and travelled his pro-Communist charge? Why factory at Port Monmouth, was dislocated hip and Internal Injuries. More than 100* persons attended . would like It. He would, too to Chicago via Washington, D. C, did he not mention the numerous building a large addition to his operation is to work. New Jersey needs In addition, there were 173,030 man-power dog but must settle for my leavings We had a sightseeing trip in Chi- Roman Catholic priests and Jewish plant in ordento accommodate his the 5th annual reception at the cago and visited the Museum of River Street schoolhouse for col8,000 volunteers to man 131 posts, set eigl days lost due to accidents. Those are costly He's "awfly" thin. growing business. Besides making Science and Industry, A tour of rabbis who have likewise opposed soap, Mr. Blake manufactured a ored graduates of Monmouth counday Mrs. O'Brien, noting Glacier Park was made and the the McCarran Act? miles apart, 24 hours a day. At present figures, but a more important result of a myNext preparation for killing Male and ty. Three awards of gold pieces wife's absence, thinks the likes Slackfoot Indians entertained us, were made; one to Eugene Upper4,000 are working at observation posts. o me must be lonesome. Here, says At Everett, Wash., we were tak- Why Is the hunt for Reds In edu- vermin on trees. safety campaign will. be the lessening of ahe, cation centered on colleges with is a chanit to return that pot en through the pulp mills of the The oldest sloop In commission man of Asbury Park for being the Protestant backgrounds and on All of New Jersey has been designated permanent disabilities and the suffering she borried. I wonder at the heft Weyhauser company and witnessed public schools? Why was her close at Keyport was the "Alfred," owned colored pupil with the highest scho- , of it and take a sneak peek. the operation from rough logs into by William Wells. It was built 78 lasttc standard in the county and to by the government as a target area. We arc that goes with them. Corned beef and cabbage! the finished lumber. Another sight- association with the National Counprevious and was still in ac Margaret Glover and Molly Lane, M-m-m! I go to town on it and seeing trip was enjoyed at Portland, cil ot Churches of Christ in Amer- years on a direct route to New York and (he both of Red Bank, Miss Glover's the dog has hardly finished his De- Ore. This was followed by. a •top- ica reported to be the chief reason tlve service. was fractionally (higher heavily-indiiKtrinlized metropolitan area partment of Sanitation' stint on the over at Oakland, Cal,, and sight- for a security holdup on Mrs, Mil- Fred Davis, who was employed average scanty leavings when comes it a seeing In San Francisco. Last eve- dred Horton't appointment for serv- in Sickle's grocery store, while than that of Miss Lane, Monroe You, and 'Uncle's' Bills Ours would Iw an ideal "bombing run.'' Eisner gave an' award to Warren knock on • the kitchen door. It's ning we had a convocation In the playing ball with Qeorge and Harry Mrs. Scotchlmoochl. I secrete the area when Vice President' Nixon ice an a United Nations commis- Norman of Chestnut st,, lost the Fhlpps of Pine Brook, who, < was;. In Sea Bright, Councilman Neils JacobWlint ever-mounting expenses in oper Hibernian sion? Influence and welcome As a closing eseh one light nail oh the middle finger of his voted the most promising colored sen commands one of the posts. He has ating our national government have meant, the wappess, "HI, Walllo," ahe says: spoke. One reason Protestant ministers right hand, as a result of the mem- boy attending the Red Bank' ed candle as they rededlcated "How you be? Atsa fine. Do me have been under fire from some themselves to the Scout oath and schools. , strained and struggled, appenied and beg- to you and me, in shown in a new report by a flavor. Grocery boy make mis- law, It was a breath-taking sight. ber being hit by a pitched ball. Investigators Is plain, Miss Jerusha H. Bordon, age 89 Leave this by me. I no order. On Thursday night Bob Hope congressional Dennis Valentine, a Tlnton Palls ged, for volunteers. The Air Force has in the New Jersey Taxpayers' association. By take, Mebee for youse, Here, take, doom and other stars will entertain us, Many of them have been courage- farmer, came in from a field and years, one of the oldest residents critics of the reckless blacken' of Shrewsbury, died at the Long formed him the air route over his section if J u n e 3», it said, the federal deficit jumped bye," A dish of Lasaagnyal On the final night, Thursday, 33rd, ous of reputations and the conscious dropped dead as he entered the din Branch hospital from shock and • The "Dutchman" drops In and a show entitled "The Cavalcade of ing ing room of his home, He was 74 Injuries received In a fall In her one of the most dangerous in America. Yet over the nine billion dollar mark, it added drops or unconscious effort to rtglmont out but O so accidentally, Scouting" will be preionted. We of age and was one ot the home the previous day. She was today finds him without help to do the job a neat $(!(! to the nvernge Jersey citizen's drops a bottle o'schnapps, If there's will leave here on Friday and visit opinion In which too many Investi- years an Institution In need of food I can the Grand Canyon and tho Carls- gators have Indulged. Thtf Protest old Scot farmers and very thrifty, the daughter of Francis and Han1 he wantH to do for his country; the job he "share ' of that indebtedness. senre up cno.ugh to feed Berlin, bad Caverns In New Mexico on our. ant Instinct of dissent has naturally His fortune was estimated to be In nah L. Holmes Borden nnd had . brought to mo by neighbors with return trip, arriving at West Trenagainst those who say In ef- the neighborhood of 180,000.. wants his neighbors to do for theirs. He is lived at the Borden homestead all The association fixed at #320,700,1 J4 thn littlest rogard for doctor's ton, N. J,, late Tuesday night. It risen Tha First Regiment of New Jerand the biggest hearts In has been a Wonderful experience fect, "If you aren'l my kind of anti- sey, consisting of 60 men and her lite. asking for help from all towim in the Met or about 110 million dollars more than (he ordors Communist you can't be an antl Mrs, Annie F, Chamberlain, tho world, and very educational. Communist at all." But thli docs Hones, enroute to Sea Girt, camped widow of Joseph E. Chamberlain, Batik-Sea Bright home com in unity, If vol state's entire 1952 state budget • • New I may be killed by kindness, but Sincerely, / over night opposite Frederick Lu not explain all that has been going died at her home on South st, foluiilcen) fail to nbow up thlN vital post wll Jersey's "share 1 ' of Uncle SIIMI'H staggering Isn't that a peach of a way to Rusiel L. Tetley. ther's hotel at Colt's Neck and tem- lowing a complication ol disease!. on, 1 porarily named It Camp Taylor, In have to slrnt down, Ask yourself if thai dehtn. "Uncle's 1 ' whole debt runs to over cloio the show? The Matthews ease should sound honor of T, Foreman Taylor of the She had been confined to her bed Ted Breton, Mr*. DeWaine Heada almoit a year, an alarm bell—and not merely for village, Ideal Beach, Js what you wnnt to linppen, If not, why 2(16 billions • • for which Jersey stands re Captain Joieph C, Barrle, a resiKeansburg Rainbow Council Protestants. For this sort of thing Harry Woodward reopened his dent of Atlantlo Highlands for SO ' not join up now? it bound to backfire. We cannot blacksmith sponsible for nine billions • -, or f 1,871) apiece and whselrlght shop on KETPORT—Mrs, Barbara De- believe that thoughtful Roman DR, RI1KB AND ARMISTICE yean, died in his 87th yosr front for every man, woman and child living here Walne was Initallid councilor of Catholics have any desire (o see White it. and added sharpening a general breakdown duo to ills 30 Oakland St., Rainbow counoll, Daughters of nntl-communlim turned Into antl- and repairing of lawnmowers to advanced age, Ha had been a seaOn the 0.5 billion dollar bill fur interest IUd Bank, N, J,, America, Ust woek «t St, Mary's Protostantliim. For any »uch move hi* enterprise!, faring man all his life and his A Study in Fire tlir; cost to each of our residents was *4(i July 10, 19M, The Rumion Road association many adventurous trips took him church hall on Bait Front st. Mrs, spoils rollgious strlfo and a weak' To tho Kdltor: wag considering converting the Mabel Walling of Leonardo and from miin.v iiiiiiilclpnlllicN, fron lust yen r, to ports In distant parts of the of essential measure! to com' Into a county itone road and world, Ai this Is written, It look* ai If Mrs, Louis .Kloti of Kcaniburg enlng bat Red Infiltration, < The struggle row) rcnl CHIIIIO I>X|H>I'IH IIIK) builder* InillcnK plsnncd to meet with the County A prowler WIM going nlrnut EatonAnyone can view I lie picture, witli nlnnn the prospect of an armistice In ofltclnUd at the Insinuation, mint go on both Against tnUIIUrKorea Is fls fni- off as «vi>r, This flint MIIIIIIHMIIII county IN due foe n IHIOII It Is shown that tin; federal dellclt WIIK rim of course, l« iltio to the mnchlnn.Other officers Installed were Mi/i Inn oommunlnn nnd toUIIUi'lsn Freeholders (or thai, «nd. 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Diane Brandt, daughter of Ur. is building a house on Pine st. in and Mrs. E. Douglas'Brandt, cel»the Lincroft estates. Mrs. William McCarron is a pa- Mrs. Stafford Thompson of Cleve- brated her ninth birthday Wednestient at Monmouth Memorial hos- land, O., is the guest of Mr, andday with a trip to Metcdeconk pital. beach. Others accompanying them Mrs. Harold Rowe. ' Michael Hopkins, son of Mr, and Mr. and Mrs. Morris P. Whit- were Mrs. Wesley Seaman and chilMrs. C. M. Hopkins of Swimming comb have moved to Applebrook dren John, June and Sherry, and Mrs. John Franks and children River rd., celebrated his tenth farm on highway 35. Jerry, Marilyn and Joan of Oceanbirthday Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. William Terry of port. Jeanie Jones, daughter of Mr. Rutherford spent the week-end a* Mr. and Mrs. Willard Bohn reand Mrs. Morton Jones, has re-guests of Mr, and Mrs, Gardner C. turned this week from a vacation turned from a visit with Mr. andKlein. In Connecticut. Mrs. Bernard Lawrence at Medford Miss Joyce Francisco, daughter Lakes, Beverly Lang, her cousin, of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Francisco of Brigantine, N. J., is visiting this of Marlu farm, returned this week Deaths ' from tuberculosis In from Wickatunk, Kan., after spend- Great Britain dropped. from 31,000 week. Alexander Marsella of Red Bank ing three weeks with relatives. in 1947 to 14,000 in 1952.


LONG BRANCH—First Lieut. Franklin E. Stout, a former resident of Long Branch, has joined the, 156th Transportation battalion, Long Branch's National Guard unit, it was announced today by Lieut. Col. Frank N. Kaiser, commanding officer of the local unit. Lieut. Stout, born in Long Branch in 1919, and graduating from Long Branch high school in 1937, is living with his wife and daughter at Castle Brook farm, Freehold. He will be assigned company commander to succeed Lieut. James A. Carton, adjutant, who had been acting company commander. Lieut Stout enlisted in the Army at Fort' Monmouth in 1942. He was promoted to staff sergeant in August, 1944. He was transferred to Camp Beale, Cal., in 1945. He served as sergeant major for the 754th AAA Gun battalion in Hawaii with the rating of master sergeant, He accepted a commission as a second lieutenant with the 644th Tank battalion in Red Bank n 1948. He was promoted to first lieutenant Feb. 1, 1951, and resigned from the Red Bank unit in September, 1952. He is employed as administrative TRENTON — Less than $2,000 parkway and the Intersection of cluded Louis Zimmerman, Jr., of crossing will form part of assistant in the wire branch at separated the two low bids of six the Eatontown traffic circle and Hillside, $992,297.05; Villa Con- theThis interchange that will include Camp Coles. received Monday by the New Jer-route 35. 1Grant ave, will be re- tracting Co., Inc., of Westfleld, the location of toll area 3B which sey Highway Authority for con-located to provide safer crossing $1,087,933.25; Union Building & will be built under a separate construction of a million dollar Eat- of the feeder road. Wyckoff rd. Construction Corp. of Passaic, tract. Connections between the ontown interchange and a new and Hope rd. also will connect $1,090,771.25, and Peter W. Kero, parkway and the Eatontown spur dual highway connecting the Gar-with the new highway. Inc., of Lyndhurst, $1,135,005.25. will allow motorists to enter or den State parkway in the bor- A low bid of $946,723.80 was sub- The contract also includes con- leave the scenic route in either dioughs of Eatontown and New mitted for the contract by Frank struction of a reinforced steel and rection. All formi of Shrewsbury, It was announced by Stamato & Co. of Lodl. The close concrete bridge that will carry the Commissioner dc Nooyer anOrrio de Nooyer, Authority secre- second low bid of $948,466 was of- feeder road over the northbound nounced the bids will be studied I ife - Casualty - Fire tary. fered by George M. Brewster & roadway of the parkway approxi- by engineers I of the Authority The new East-West Eatontown Son, Inc., of Bogota. mately one-half mile east of Hope prior to awarding the contract for Insurance spur will be built between the Other bidders and proposals in- rd. the work. '

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Mrs. William Bird of-Newark Everett Holmdel was a week-end guest at the manse. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Stilwell Lynn Sutphln, .daughter of Mr. pedestrians by cars in the United and children David and Sharon of Mrs. Bird was a former member of RE C-4971 States has been cut from a pca,k ofRedonda Beach, Cal., are spending and Mrs. Walker Sutphln, celebrat- Dr. Gallup's church at Newark. ed her fifth birthday at her home 15,500 In 1937 to 8,600 in 1952. Holmdel Sylvan 4-H club entered a week with Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Sunday with a party. a > booth with a theme of a woodStilwell. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Hodecker of land with pine boughs. Charles Harold Morgan has returned to have moved into their Harrison and Michael Harmyck work after a two-week vacation. Rumson home, the former Lenhardt resiwere given excellents for their bird Mrs. Charles Meyer and grandson houses; Judy Mainwaring, an exRonald of Jersey City spent last dence. Tuesday with Mrs. Charles Con- Mr. and Mrs. Edward Barnes and cellent for a booklet on birds; Linson Robert have returned from a da Layton, a wild animal booklet; over. vacation to Wildwood, where they Rocco Infanti received an excellent Mrs. Richard VanPclt and sonspent a week. for a bird feeder. There were 16 Richard are recovering from injuries they received when the car Mr. and Mrs. Fred Harrison and exhibits shown. The committee children spent Sunday at Chad- which freparcd the booth, with the Mrs. Van Pelt was driving ran inassistance of Mrs, Helen Ackerson, to a tree near the corner of West wick with relatives. Mrs. James Campbell and chil- Holmdel teacher, included Judy Front st. and Half Mile rd when dren, Wendy and Linda, of Flint, she was blinded by an oncoming Mainwaring, Robert Neighbors, Mich., and Mrs. Gene DIGiambat- Taylor Schanck, James Harmyck car. tisti and children, Steven and GeneAirman First Class Francis Kelnd Charles Harrison. ly, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kel- ann, and Mrs. Wilfred Hollander ly, has returned to Perrln Air Base, and Garry Pott of Keyport spent ARMY SALUTES SCHNEIDER Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Texas, after a leave of 17 days. CAMP DRUM, N. Y.—Cpl. HarMr. and Mrs. John Folger and Phillips. children of Matawan have pur- Members of the ladies' auxiliary vey J. Schneider of Long Branch, chased part of the Homlish prop- of the fire company and their fam- assigned to the 309th Regiment of erty on the Everett-Hazlet rd. in ilies attended a covered dish picnic the 78th (Jersey Lightning) Army Saturday on the grounds of Mr. and Reserve division, probably got the Holmdel. Virginia Mendrcs, daughter of Mrs. Joseph Phillips. Attending biggest birthday serenade in Camp Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mendrcs, is were Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Fromm Drum history when ho celebrated attending the Seashore Day camp and children, Binky and Ginger, his 27th birthday during a reserve Mr. and Mrs. John S. Holmes, Mr. summer field problem here. at West End for five weeks. Mrs. Goorge Farrell and children and Mrs. William Stevenson and The division band presented a Emily and Jimmy are visiting sev- son Kent, Mr.' and Mrs. George concert to the regiment in their eral' weeks with relatives in Phila- Schanck and children, Linda and itunted-pine studded bivouac area, Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Hance, pausing during its performance to delphia. If your mortgage is too big for your budget, no amount of Nancy Borden, daughter of Mr.Mrs. William Pitcher, Mr. and Mr«; musically salute Schneider, while Harry Pitcher and daughter Karen, hundreds' of his regimental comand Mrs. John Borden of Little corner cutting can put you on a found financial footing. Silver, last week visited her uncle Mr. and Mrs. Dan Ely, Mr. and Mrs. rades supplied a background of Oversize payments take a lot of the pleasure out of homeand aunt, Mr. and Mrs. E. Borden. John Mount, Mr. and Mrs. Forman words of "Happy Birthday." owning. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Pelzer of Jer- A. Sutphln, Mrs. Michael Harmyck, The 78th is currently undergoing sey City visited Sunday with Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Buck, Mr. and a two weeks' period of Army ReDon't bite off more than you can chew. Pull up a friendly Mrs. William Ryder, Mr. and Mrs.serve cummer training, and will and Mrs, Charles Conover. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wlhtol and son Walker Sutphln, Mr. and Mrs. Wil- return to New Jersey July 28. chair and let us show you the many advantages of a mortCharles of West Front st. have bur Hammond and daughter Betty gage tailored to fit your income. No obligation. moved to their home on Red Hill Ann, Mr. and Mrs. James Maher Many live World War II bombs and daughter Helen, Mr. and Mrs.are (till being dup in Italy, two big rd., Middietown. Mrs. George Gould entertained Robert Clausen, Mr. and Mrs. Rob- ones having been found recently friends at luncheon Friday at Mon- ert Voorhees and Mrs. Carrol Hults. under mainline railroad tracks. mouth Park race track. Attending The flowcre placed at the Sunday were Miss Anna Brasch and Mrs.service at Holmdel church were •-i Julia Dodd of Middietown and given by Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Ely. i Mrs, Isabell Henderson of Holm- Rev. Dr. Wallace L. Gallup will del. have as his sermon topic Sunday cnAffriniojeo' Joseph Browne, Ruth Browne at 10 a. m., "The Will of God; Do and George Browne of Jersey City We Really Want To Do It?" Mrs. spent the week-end at their place Beverly De Block of Fi/ehold will to BROAD 4T. here. be soloist. RID BANK; NEW JERSEY? The cabinet of the church will hold its first meeting at the manse Tuesday at 8 p. m. to discuss plans and programs for the season.

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RED BANK REGISTER, JULY 23, 1953 of farm owners as 52.9 years and Average N. J. Farmer the average age of farm tenants as years. Among farm operators U Almost 52 Years Old (4.4 reporting on number of years of The average New Jersey farm- residence on. the same farm, owner la almost 52 year* of age and has ers averaged 15 years and tenants operated the same farm for 15 averaged nine years. FORT MONMOUTH—Two weeks' years, according to a report of the Almost two out of five New Jer- active duty for approximately 250 1950 Censua of Agriculture just re- sey farmers 'dt^lved income from Army reservists from throughout ceived by John B. Liovett, auper- work off the farnrj according to the the state began last week-end with vlgor of the New York district of- census bureau. Of 24,779 farm op- five units reporting to the post here fice of the U. S. Census bureau. erators enumerated in the 1950 cen- for Signal Corps training under the New Jersey farm owners, on an sus, 8,567 reported work of the Army reserve training program. average, are 8.5 older than farm farm In 1949 and 27.3 per cent of Among the units In the regional tenants, according to. the census these had worked 100 days or more encampment is the 35th Signal conreport, which states the average age off the farm. traction battalion, the only afrlllatid group scheduled for training. The outfit comprises employees of For "Well-Rentembered" GIFTS . the Jersey Bell Telephone company Anil Will «M«l»te4 H»mt»l 1 and the 68 Army reservists arriving here make up the largest unit in camp. Their headquarters Is In Newark. Other units are the 418th signal construction company and the 824th signal construction company, who 227 River Rood «td Imk 6-5233 with the 35th, are undergoing onthe-job training with post signal ofWedgwood -k Doulton ~k Sevres it Limoges # fice functions. Another unit is the 324th signal service battalion. Worcester * Minton irk English and Irish Crystal * The 800th electronic warfare American Pattern Glass k Tiffany kkkk ountermeasurcs company from Furniture • E a r l y American • 18th Century • French Red Bank is training with the electronic warfare center here. Fifty-seven reservists are in the school .staff and faculty group which includes administrative and instructor personnel, , The 1043rd army reserve army service unit from New Brunswick OVERLOOKING THE SHREWSBURY , has 80 men attending school here IV* mor« than ju»l food wh«n you din* h«r« — at Camp Wood. Set up as a counterpart of the Signal school here, it't a rwlly •njoyablt •xparitfhce • perfectly the group attends basic and ad' flavored food, expertly served in-charming lurvanced Signal officers courses. • roundingi. Training started Monday morning following orientation by the post commanding general. Earlier this month, nearly 300 reservists from New York completed similar training at Fort Monmouth. New England groups arrive for duty Aug. ».

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Army, Col. Allen also served as deputy president of the Signal corps board here at the post and Is the first technically qualified inspector general at this Installation. He served In. Europe. In the last war and from Aug., 1946, to Mar., 1949 in the Far East command. Prior to Col. Vitzthum's duties In Washington, hi was commanding officer of the Sacramento Signal depot. In 1018, Col. Vitzthum served here, then Camp Alfred Vail, attached to the officers training battalion.

FORT MONMOUTH-A formal garrison review, honoring three retiring Signal Corps offlccra, whose combined service totals 113 yenr.s, was held at the post Saturday morning. The three Army colonels making their final official military appearance were Col. Amory V. 'Eliot of New York city, Col. Edward A. Al' len oC Birmingham, Ala., and Col. Matirnlty Klath.l KltMt Cattrlng !• th« Harry U Vitzthum of Baltimore, Md. EXPECTANT MOTHER With a CampItU Lht« at Col. Eliot's most recent assignMATERNITY A ' P A M L ment at Fort Monmouth wns aa SPORTSWEAR — DRESSES commanding ofllccr of the Signal SUITS — LINOCRIC Corps unit survey agency, while SOT SMnd St., Aikury Park 1 . 4 t i a . j Col. Allen served ns Inspector, general on the post. Col. Vitzthum has been inspector general of the Signal Corps since Jan., 1952. The colonels reviewed the troops in a jeep,. Taking part were the post drill team and the newly orRobert J, Hoffman, Jr. • Robert W. Wlckman ganized bugle and drum corps, plus All work done on the premises the Fort Monmouth band. Candidates undergoing officer William F. King, 55 Willis ave., Col. Eliot joined the 7th Infantry training at the Marine Corps school Kcansburrg. at Quantico, Va., include Robert J, A graduate of Red Bank Catholic with the New York National Guard Hoffman, Jr., «on of Col^ and Mrs. high school, Hoffman is a student in 1912. H e served overseas In Discounts on all Jewelry at Holy Cross college. Wlckman is War 1. Transferred to the Robert J. Hoffman, U.S.A. (retired), a student at Center college, and a World Signal Corps In 1923, he served a 127 Manor dr., Red Bank; Robert 1950 graduate of Rumson high good portion of time from then to VV. Wlckman, son of Mr. and Mrs. school, Tassini, a graduate o[ Mat- 1947 with the Air Force.*. During «» - W. Wickman, 20 Washington awan high school, is a student at the ljist war he saw duty in North Rutgers university, and Hopper, St., Rumson; John T. Tassinl, son 18 W. Front St. BE &Q07Z-M Africa and Italy. of Mr. and Mrs. John Tassini, 63 who graduated from Belleville high In completing 37 years in the Broad st., Matawan and Lyman A. school, is a student at Upsala colHopper, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. lege.





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39. Hopkins of of E. I. DuPont de Nemours, Inc., The number of dispute* referred Biookdale farm, Lincroft, adjutant at 380 Fifth ave., New York. to arbitration rather than being of the 404th Military Government During World War II, Capt. Hopsettled on the picket line continued kins served In the Middle European to rise. The board handled an all- company, an Army reserve unit, theater. He was assigned to the time high of arbitration cases dur- explains a technical problem in ad- Taegu Military Command in the ing the past year. The board ministration to a member of the present "hostilities" in Korea from closed 193 arbitration cases during unit. The 404th is in summer Nov., 1950, to Jan., 1982.. He holds 1952-53 as compared with 166 in the the American Theater and Eurotraining at Camp Drum, N. Y. preceding year. , pean Theater ribbons, the latter Capt. Hopkins is married and has with two campaign stars. He has Wages Major iMUe Wages was again the single ma- two children, Ann and Lynn. He j the Victory, Occupation and Unijor issue In labor negotiations. attended Utah State Agricultural ted Nations medals, Korean TheaWages was closely followed by re- college, University of California and ter Ribbond (with five campaign lated economic matters as welfare New York university. He is em- stars), Korean Presidential Citabenefits and such fringe items as ployed in the Fabrics sales division tion and Good Conduct ribbons. holidays, vacations, shift differentials and call-in pay. softball last Thursday evening, Morganville the men were again winners, Those During the past year the board The Morganville first aid squad playing were Florence and Lucy handled 12 strikes in which the issue of representation was in- has"been active during July ans- Eckel, Betty and Mae Beal, Dorovolved. The question of union se- wering calls to the scene of auto thy Spurgat, Frank Rogers, Dorocurity, in former years a major Is- and farm accidents and the calls thy Howardson, Joe Kelly, John sue, appeared as a dispute item in of local citizens for transportation Ludewick, Orvin Pcrrine, Sam to hospitals. Fifteen calls have Rogers, Matt Kelly, Ralph Babrlionly 11 cases. recorded since the first of the ky, Kenny Miller, James Rogers, Labor organizations continued to been Bobby Howardson and Eddie Initiate the referral of disputes to month. the board. Labor unions referred The recent family picnic held at Smith. White Birch grove by the first aid 311 of the 428 cases closed. SixtyLeslie Woolley conducted the seven cases were jointly referred squad was attended by 600 persons Sunday-school session in the Methby management and labor; the and netted $425. The coin-savor odist church Sunday and Mrs. Bert distributed during May are Boyce was the pianist in the abboard assumed jurisdiction on its cards being collected. The money will be sence of Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. own motion in 23 cases and the re- used for maining 27 were referred by man- equipment. the purchase of new Lambertson. agement. Postmaster and Mrs. Welch are . Mr. and Mrs. Harold Meyers and Duiing the past year, the board children Susie, Nancy and Howparticipated in the settlement of residing in their new home In Marl- ard of Waukegan, 111., were Friday only three strikes Involving public boro Gardens. visitors of Mrs. George Beal. utilities; the telephone strike, a gas Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. AntiWalter J. Lambertson is on vacompany in South Jersey and a sell entertained at a beach party cation from his position with Hansmall public transportation com- Saturday at Spring Lake followed son-VanWinkle—Munning company pany. Seventeen other labor dis- by a picnic supper at Far View in Matawan and Mrs. Lambertson putes involving public utilities farm for thqir weok-end guests, is also enjoying her vacation from were settled by the board's medi- Mr. and Mrs. George Miller, Mr. the Matawan bank. * and Mrs. E. Herbert Hlbbe and ators. children Gall and Steven, all of The harvest home supper sponBogota. sored by the Women's Society for Count 4,000 Craft Christian Service of the Methodist Miss Carole Ann Becker and Miss Suzanne Becker, members of church will be held in independent Along Jersey Coast the Robcrtsville 4-H club, had fire house Thursday evening, Aug. TRENTON—More than 4,000 flslv sewing and cooking exhibits at the 6. The dinner will be served "faming and pleasure boats of various 4-H fair at Freehold last week. ily style" and the first table will sizes and types were observed Each girl received two blue rib- be ready at 6 o'clock. A fancy along New Jersey's Atlantic coast- bons and four red ribbons. table will be featured with Mrs. line, from Sandy Hook to Salem, Elizabeth Pent In charge. during an aerial survey conducted Robert Maruser spent the weekJuly 4 by the State Fisheries labor- end with his grandparents, Mr. and There are about 444,000 producatory's marine inventory personnel Mrs. Michael Weglarz, Sr., of Old ing oil wells in. the United States. under the direction of Roy Young- Bridge. er. The Division of Fish and Game, ,.Arlcne Delbert celebrated her Department of Conservation and fifth birthday Saturday with a Economic Development, pointed out party at her home. Present were that this flight was one of several Mrs. Henry Doran and daughter made In connection with the State Nancy, Mrs. L. Seber and children Fisheries laboratory'* inventory of Bobby and Jeanic, and Arleno's sismarine sport fisheries in New Jer- ter Joanne. sey, a survey financed predominate- Mrs. William E. O'Connor, Sr., ly by government fund*. and grandson, George Strate, Jr., The purpose of the inventory is of Birmingham, Ala., and Mrs. Wilto ascertain the relative importance liam E. O'Connor, Jr., and children of major game and pan species In Billy and Bobby of Fayson Lakes, the saltwater sportsmen1* creels N. J., were Monday visitors of Mr. and to determine the relative num- and Mrs. Fred Marz of Wickatunk. ber of species of fish which are Those who completed the Red caught throughout the year. The Cross swimming course at Keansinformation thus obtained will be hurg were Patty Preston, Gladys used, according to State Fisheries Pheasant, Mabel Beal, Carol WilBiologist Roland F. Smith, to help liams, Louise Williams. Adcle Wilformulate a plan for the more ef- liams, Donald Zeni, Sally Zenl, Isaficient management of New Jersey's belle Demory, Anna Mae Guerin, saltwater fisheries. Dorothy Spurgat. Carl Joseph Spurgat, Wayne Morris, Alice May Morris, William Brewer, Susan Quackenbush, Robert Quackenbush, Mary Ann Maur, Mary Marz and Fred Marz. When the men and women of th« Morganville church played


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