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Formal Complaint Filed By Madison

M A T A W A N , N . J ., T H U R S D A Y , M A Y 9 , 1957

Member . Monmouth County I'ren AisocliUoa

S in g le C o p y T e n C e n ts

M a rk e t O p e n in g B o n d in g A p p ro v e d M c E lv a in c - S c h a n c k P o s t 2 2 1 8 , Y F W , In s t a lls O f f ic e r s The grand opening, of the Approval has been reeelv> new Aome m a r k (^t food cd from the- State -UeuarU store and shopping atea oo_ ment-of Looal (loveruiuent Route 35 and 36 near Main* W ill R e q u es t PU C of tho application of t h e H o lm d e l N o t T o ~ St., keyport, will take place M a t a w a n T o w n s h ip Matawar Township Board of To P r o b e U t ilit y . Tuesday a^ S a.m ., it waa. ; P e r m it V a r i a t io n s Rduoatlou io b o n d the. To R e c e iv e B id s announced today. Opening .aehool d'»trlet for $140,000 ■ Madison Township , Attorney ef .the new, m o d e n . superHolmdel Township^ Planning to erect a * 0 -room u n i t at _ Saio of (175.000 w o r t h of Joseph Edgar Monday night .market, originally scheduled Board''Voted Tue'sday to rec­ municipal water lmprovomont Cllffwood and add- t l i r o o ' was directed by the Madison' earller.'was. delayed to per­ ommend--the adoption of t h e bonds, authorized hi an ordin­ rooma to ilia Matawan High 1 -.-■'Township' Committee to file a m i t preparation'of. a large gas ' station ordinance today ance nd6 |)lot‘ 'I n March 1050, Sohool building, Harry Tiol> formal complaint with t h e by the township committee In blacktouped parking area. was dlroctcd yesterday by Uio le r,. board aeuretary, con­ Public "Utilities • Commission ■ The new market will of­ the. form of an amendment to Malawan Towmhlp Committco. firmed Tuesday. - UMlnst the Madison W a t Br fer dietetic t o o d a ,: meats, the Boning ordinance stipulat­ Tlio bond, Issue was approved lt imd been believed that / Company,, The complaint, de­ fish, poultry, frosted foods, ing no structure in the town lo finance construction of a new If approval at T r e n t a n signed to force a hearing ' or g r o c e r i e s , baked goods, shlp-shall be erected oil p. lot muniolpal water plant on Jer­ could bo obtained by M a y grlevances. wlll be made on . fresh fruits- and vegetables of less than 200-by-200-feet tn sey Avoj 10, tho proposal oould bo — behalf^of Tesldehtp In t h e The ordlnnco largely and a health and beauty-aid size. submitted to iho voters as Township Treasurer,diaries - Southwood and Old B r i d g e department. jrnond duplicates an ordinance adopt­ J Kelly and tha township cum- early as Juno ISO, Duo to le­ Ijstates Sousing developments, Casey, well-known manager ed Deo. 1, 1D56, ratsldg m ini­ mlttco set June 10 at 12 o'clock gal formalities, a somewhat served 6 y the water company. of the Aome market on mum lot sizes for Zones B, D lo recolvo bids for tho sale of later date Will bo needed, Residents / have complained West Front St., Keyport, and E to n full acre to put the the band lssuo, Intoiest, whloh , but Iho board oxpoota acto the committee during the will take over the duties at' township on- a uniform basis. will not cxceod six pur oent, tlon beforo mldhiimmrr. ; past several years that (he tho new market. The Htnte IllvUloiv ut . The action Tuesday was tak­ will bo paid on the bonds wmlutility has failed to ' carry out The West Front St. store en despite suggestions _for al­ l.m’n' Government consider* nnually, Mr, IColly reported, provisions of its franchise, of the food chain i i schedul­ lowing for variations from the ed n proposnl for $709,000 Mayor John Mam, Jr.,-dis­ has Increased Its water rates, ed to oease its operation at straight 200-by JtOO-foot l o t . tlio building program, closed tho!"plnnt Is 00 pot' cont f i r and that charges are oxorbit- the close *of business op Sat­ William Mulheron, a supporter completed" and tostlng oper­ but withheld approval when ant. tiost year,- 000 residents urday. ■ ‘ of upgrading, had suggested both , tlio borough and t li o ations already have been con­ of the area petitioned to have Apr. 18 a variation of 10 per ducted.. Power nlroults ‘ Into township allercil their debt the activities of tbe_ w at e r cent in dimension Wight vnot tha plant also wero authorised status beforo the hourd'a company' Investigated. nvplluatlon could be iiro> be- put of order. Daniel S by Iho conimlttoe yostorday, Mr. Edgar reported t h a t Ely, township clerk and a censed. Tho two municipal ltables OllnUi For Dogs ; The MeElvalne-Sohanok Post 2il8. Veterans-of Foreign Wars, Matawan, recently conducted ' POC 'Commissioner R a l p h planning board member, h a d a Joint'Installation of newly-fleeted officers of ihe post, and the Ladles Auxiliary unit. Blinwn Plans woro nomploted for a governments had to pitsi resolution pledging not to , Fusco,; In a letter disclosed advocated 40,000 square f e e t above -at tho Installation are, loft to right, front ro\\; Oscar .Dutch, Jr.t Oaonr Dutch, ar„ aenlor abloB vacolnatlop ollnlo f o r ■ : that six,informal inquiries had m inimum without regard to vice commandcr; M^tyor Spafford W, Scliahck; Commander .Tames V, Thonm»; Donald I. dogs lo bo hold In tho Town­ change their debtor status been made conccrning the acagain before aotion on the M a d is o n A ls o A d o p t s frontage and; dimensions. Lewis, sergapt-at-arms, -and Al Fleldsv chhplatu. Rear row, William Dtoli, VranU Amon. pant ship llnll Saturday from o a.m. tlvitles of the water- company W. F r n n c 1 b Stanhope,. a post commander; Zano Anson, junior vloe commander; Ted Oslpowlli, quartorinastcr, ami ta 12 o'oloak noon. All (Iob- b o a r d s renewed proposal N e w S a la r y S c h e d u le . ■ during 1856 nnd 1057. although ownera In tho township, whono could ooour. board member,- derided ‘ t h o Oeorge T. Leary,'trustee and offlcer.of.tlie-day. £t> formal complaint ever bad . Amendments to -the town­ 200-by-200-feet as a “ g r i d " pots have not boen vncclnntoil been filed* Mr. Fusco added, ship’s pqltce and zoning ordin­ plan.of-subdivision- layout now aHolnst rabies a r e asked to J a y c e e s A c tiv e Mt. Edgar said, that Che PUC ances were Introduced and a frowned upon by tho Veterans bring tlielr pots for Inoculation . records show no Increase ln new - s a l a r y ordinance was Administration. Harry; S. Wil­ at tlmt tlmo, ' ‘ . A meinl'ershlp drive our* rates “since the present tar­ adopted Monday night at the ley. a spectator, reported he C o m m 111 o o m a n Salva­ rentlj Is bolng comiUcled by iff became effective In 1953." regular .meeting of the* Madi­ could have Interested ’develop­ tore Vena roported that town the . Matawaa-Keyport area Discussed. Veterans’ ship residents now mo bolng son Township Committee. Yub- ers in a sewerage system for Junior . Chamber, of Com­ " Exemptions j T ickets A v a i l a b l e ? merce, If w as. announced d 1 r e c t e d' to tho municipal T h ird In o c u la t io n s C e r e m o n je s H e ld B y ,!lc hearings on both amend­ Holmdel Vlllago but for t h e ’Mr. Edgar also reported he ments introduced Monday will 2D0-by-200-foot lots. He said dump. Under new lownnlilii yesterday by G e o r t e ,F. N o w In T o w n s h ip F o r C h lld r o n To 1 9 M c E lv a ln e - S c h a n c k " went-to Trenton ..to discuss be held May 20 at the Cheese^ W it h Buch large lots, not regulations, dumping by pri­ Johnson.' All young then In* veterans’ tax exemptions. He quake Fire Rouse, Route 34. enough users per mile could Plans for th» M a t a w a n A Joint Installation of offi­ vate individuals In limited to Tho Matnwnn -D o r ou g h ' terested In Joining who are Fridays a n d Saturdays. In "■aid, that qualified veterans, The police bill was changed be brought oh a line for a util­ between tl-and-35-yoara.of- cers of. McElvlarie-Schanok oasoH of hardship, Mr. Vonn re­ Board of Health, ln co-opera* J .bolding executory contracts to permit the. appointment of ity to be self-sustaining finan­ Township Centennial ■klckoff afe are askoj to attend the dinner.: scheduled for Tues­ ported, arrangemonts for limit­ tion with tho Momnohtli Coun­ Post 3210, Veterans of Foreign ' Were considered eligible f o r a police captain and two ad- cially. . \ ' . . next meeting at the N e w day, May 21, ftt' Burlew’a Res­ .. exemption if'th e y held bona dltlantl sergeants to-the force. Wars, Mntawan Borough, nnd ed dumplhg privileges on Sun­ ty Medical society #hd t i n Lead- To Mote Requests Jersey. Muslo Center, Bread day may bo mado through tlio Monmouth' County lleulth Of" taurant, Laurence H a r b o r. - fide contracts to the house At. present, the 13-man police . William B. Harding,'former Si., Keyport, luesday at 8 tho Ladles Auxiliary was held pollco dopartmont. ..... and had actual •physical pos- department Is comprised of a have been completed, It was p.m. ' Apri, 20 in the Legion Hall, A board chairman, ;only( saw use "At publlo sale, tlio township fleers-Association, will o o m- ; reported by Roy Matthews, „_^#ess!on of the. structure, _• ohief, lieutenant -and one ■ser­ of square footage plena- a n d The' Jaycees originate and brief address by Mayor Spaf­ sold ono-lot on Woodmero Dr, plolo its polio program by In a resolution, the com­ geant, ln addition, to 10 patrol­ percentage allowances leading chairman of the Centennial ■vomior projeota designed to In Cllffwood Boaoh for 150 to holding tour ollnlos In May. mittee called'upon the Btate men. . . . .' , to requests* for more allow Celebration Committee. Tick­ improve t h e - community.' ford W. Schanck and the in­ Amos. DosholelH and ___ thn . com for'tha third tnjootlon o! Salk ;. Highway Department to coranccs and wider percentages. ets for the dinner may be pur* Borne ef these, have b e e n troduction / ot i Elwood Mo mltteo voted to advertise tor I antl-pollb vaoolne, The zoning ordinance will bo . , , ect Jiazardous drainage- dltcn chased untll May IB, All pro­ changed, at the reqommenda Ernest Peseux, board , chair­ ceeds will be used to offa:t water ■«kl-evcnt», teen.aae Elvalne Were highlights ot the bid*, tor th* t*oonsttuoUo» a n d lA Tho olintooattain MWttVtV»*sia; .condltloM, along Marlboro Rd. ______ Road-e-oii M i -traefc tneatir tnaUlUtloni Mt.- MoBJWftlno tepavamant ot tow ashtnaueauaVeid M M M tan MAymm tion ot the Madison Township man, agreed the 200-by-200- expenses" o f the celebration ' on the route of the proposed Planning Board, to permit lot teet. should &tav u n til.u .Mnn. vh# Wto i Wilbur Tkuj. worit wan »uthovW,otX hyyc to 4 o'olock, fop .with-specifications alrel^y-In­ Mrs'. Frank Tlemann, 1 his­ men, . ,rparfa"ienl;Jilsolosed that dltch- cluded 111 the township V ju b - planner hired i wculrf not be , • [25, 1042, and Mayor Sclinnok, with' tlie Monmouth C o u n t y U iono children wlio have re­ •' es, and storm sewers are: un­ divlslon ordinance. Tha zoning lkely to go against the known tory sKb-commltteo chairman: Jaycees have been formed t h e father of Bimffotd. W. Board of Froelioldors Monday ceived .heir first nnd lecond V covered ahd are .filled >' W i t h ordinance -requirement of 75- wishes of those.hiring him for reported * ihnt tbe history of nationally to Improve and Schanck, Jr., who died while to urge tha Installation of ado Injections at least i c v t n the township had been compli­ two-feet of Water, presenting by-IOO foot minimum lot size the full acre lot.' develop the coum unky and In oorvloe Deo. 3, 1044, . . qunto traffic signals al tlm In­ months ago, < i a hazard to ;children. Kenneth s. Willey, a specta- ed and will be ptibilshed short­ Jmprovo and • tfovelop Indl* will 'be.changed to l 00-by-100 All officers of the .auxiliary tersection of Lower Main St. Salk vnoolud. Is very , soarcs^-The committee endorsed' the feet upon adoption of Uie or­ (contlmied on. page thirteen) ly In book form. Orders f o r vldual membors to t r a i n anil a I r a r d Ave., near tho Installed' wero re-eteotod at the book or llckots for t h e at this time ntid In order t o " (continued on page thirteen) them for leadership. ......' Clardon Stato Parkway over­ tako oarn i>: evrfrynno, th t dinance. . . Ihe annual meeting hold in pass, klckoff dinner may- be” plaood ..................... March. The Installing officers ollnlo voliintfioia would I l k # by, calling Mrs. Tlemann at Staats Onlr Dissenter TTi o building Inspector m- to Imvo persons whose la s t wore Mrs. Ethel ■Gnllaghor, Mat. 1-4300-R; John Armltage. The committee, voting 4-1 ported 27 permits Issued (lur­ Keansburg, pant stale depart­ ing April for iui estimated $52,­ Humes start With leltera A ti> : Mat. 1-2037 or Dr. Frederick. with Committeeman Michael ment president and M r s, I1', attend the first clinic, toZobe), Mat. 1-1005. • Staats dissenting, adopted a 000 in now lmprovflinonls and nosoniniy...Sommers. Koyport, thn ennimittciV volcd to fiend inorruw: loiters O to L, tecnew salary ordinance provid­ Many forms of entertain­ ond ollnlo, May 17; letters M state department chaplain. ing. Increases for all township ment will feotiirb tlie" thrccM a d is o n T o w n s h ip lotlcr of cniiimeiidiiUoil lo 11, third'ollnlo, May 84. and employees ranging from flOO Officers woro Installed as fluadnlcaiml Post VFW Junior day celebration marking t h e — N e w S y it e m N o w J a i l , F in e , For T w o thn fniirth and P o lic e O p e r a t io n to >800 (innunlly. The measure follows: Miss Emm a B l 111 n, Drum nnd Uuglo Corns fur Its letters H to Incorporation of tho tpwnshlp T a ^e s F u llE ff e c l fUml ollnlo, May 31, This way, | provides that salary Increases president; Mrs. D oi 1 o t Ii y F ro m M a t a w a n T w p . by a spcclal act of tho stnlc I'xcnllont showing In tho Loyal­ Five unmarried' c o u p l e s will be made retroactive to O'Reilly, senior vice p r o s I- ly Day parade 111 Anbury Park. tha load can bn dlntrlbuted legislature ln 1057. The gener­ : Madison Township Police eiiuully with tlie nvnllnblo When the ease of a e o.rg c dent; Mrs. DoiIb Z I m m e r, the first of the year or to Apr, were netted ln a dawn raid Commissioner D onad• Moerot 1 depending on the method of Sunday morning hy the en­ al committee already h a s mipply of vacchiBv . Johnson, 20 Dock St., Mata­ Junior vIco ptenldont; Mr s . reported the township's h e w tire Madison Township policc completed-tentative plans for payment. . ■ Must Wiow I'roaf Of Hlioli N Ann Oslpowlli’., iii'crctaryi radio system went into • f u l l force at the Mnple Cabins Mo­ block dances, exhibits, pa­ wan, and Charles Diddle, 25 Children up In and InolutlThe new salary, scale .auth­ tel, R o u t e 34, Checseflunke. rades, pageants and displays Harrison Ave., Matawan, wns Mrs, Alta Zolwuk. trcanuror; operation between station and Ing 10 yearn of age aro alls- ' Mrs.- Dorothy Dlllla, c h u p­ orized by the committee estab­ The raid, ordered by Police of fireworks. cars on patrol this week. called Monday for fighting at lain; Mra. Lou Edwards, conIble. Cltlldien who went n o t I Chief Edward Adler s a i d lishes salaries for the police Commissioner Donald Ma­ DlSnnto'n tavern on Apr. 20, ductross; Mrs. Florence Tay­ Inoculated at tho p r a vl o u I Installation of the base set-at department, road and sanita­ crae, cu 1 m 1 n a t c d three K e y p o r t C o r k P l a n t To B u m p O n H o o d H o lp s Malawan ollnles must s h o w ' lor, guard; Mrs. Murtha An­ tion departmentsand appoint­ Chief John J. Flood, borough Laurence Harbor headquar­ months Investigation of t h e proof pf nrsl nnd second aliotl r police, observed that this pro­ son, trusteo for tliroo yearn; ters and mobtlo radios In the ive and elective municipal of­ premises by the police depart­ M a n u f a c t u r e P la s tic s F o e P ro v o In n o c o n c o and iho dates. All ohlldrea Mrs. Clarti Ulegncr, hlBtorlan, .. three patrol cars has b e e n ficials. ment. New plastics manulacturlng prietor ond other borough tav­ Post officers were Instnlled A brickbat, produced an evi­ must lie accompunled by • Thomas Miller, Old Bridge, completed. Eleven other mo­ Louis ■Mollnarl, 50, the pro­ facilities to be Installed at the ern operators were finding It parent or guardian, , hy Eldward Duva, Keansburg, dence, tngellier with a bloody ' bile r a d i o will be Installed was the only person in the aud­ prietor, entered a p 1 e a of Keyport Plant of the Arm veVy objectionable to h a v e The Malawan lfenltl) Cenlei In units of the township's five ience to protest, adoption of the guilty when he was arraigned strong Cork Company w e r e their placcs Invaded by' dis­ sixth dlnlrlct commandin' nnd bandaiio and a big bump Installing officer, showing on his head was suf­ Is bolnit iniirie nvnllnblo t« fire companies and i b r e e bill, which, he said, “went too ln Madison Township munici­ described yestctday to more turbers who lind gotten drunk asslsinnt Frank Pngllnrp, commander ficient lo clear Zolln Wll- residents In tho same men al (continued on page twelve) emergency squads. /. pal court on charges of fall- than 100 field representatives at n bar outsldo the'borough The new radio system is on ......... ............ . - of Guadalcanal Po a t- 4745 Hums, ICeypoi't Ave,,; O 11 f f- bofoi o. namely Matawnn Bor* (ng-to keep proper records, of tho Armstrong aiass' a n d limits.— VFW. Mntawan and Cllffwood wood, of an nnnnuit churn* utigl), M a t a w n n Tuwnslilp, the same short wave band as Kc was fined 11OO by Magis­ Closuro Division meeting In Mag|sIrate Jnnies II._MurV F W T o D e c o r a te A t Keyport, Union*lienchr "M sru— the O nlo nB e ach .P olice and trate Maxwell Mayer, ...... ‘ Lancaster, PiCf for their 1057 tiff heard testimony that these Those -instnlied were: James' beforo-'"MUKiHlriilo Luther~A. b o r o Township, Cllffwood. V. T hom as, w h o succeeds Foster, Matawan Townnhlp, the Monmouth County police R o s e H i l l C e m e te r y General Sales Meeting. Thom­ defendant*) had gone to t h e Flunk Anson ns commander Tuesday, Five men, and five women, ltiiiitan Township, liaKlot nnt radio at Freehold. Both radio McElvainc-Schanck P o s t taken by police ln the raid an as M. Anderson, manager of bar to play a game and hnd Oncar ilutch, nr,, ucnlor vice The evidence also Iticrlinln- others, systems will be monitored ln Foreign the motel cabins shortly be­ the Keyport Plant; was one of gotten Into a drunken argu­ commander; Zane Anxon, Jun­ aled Jesse Underwood, New­ These will be tha anlf foul police headquarter^. Chief Ad­ 2218, Veterans of ment and then a fight. Copt. ior vice commander; Ted 0»l ark, a former townnhlp rpBl ollnlcn tn bn held so those InWars, Matawan, ls trying to fore 6 a.m. all entered pleas a panel of Armstrong Plant ler said. ' '’ ■ John Melna Informed t h o Managers describing recent of guilty to charges of disor­ powltz, nuaiterinaolcr; Al dent, of assault on Mr, Wll trrestcit arc asked lo keep th< ■ Bandies Looal Departments Compile a list of all the serv­ expansion programs at the lo­ court it hnd been necessary to Fields, chaplain; Dr. A r a m Hama on Raiitun Ave., Cliffproper .late open ami remind . Tbe Freehold radio, which icemen hurled ln Rose H i l l derly cohduct. They were fin call Matawan First Aid Squad ed )25 each. ' cal plant. Captanian, p o s t surgeon; wood, over the weekend, Un­ friends at.d noluhlmrn of thell has dispatched Madison cars Cemetery as the past, records The new facilities at i h e and have Mr. Jolim.on taken F r a n k. Tlornon, advooato; derwood did not believe there dale. The clhilo again will bt until now, handles ail M o n- are Incomplete. Anyone hav­ Dliorderlr Conduct Charee Thoso" charged wlth,dlsor- Keyport Plant, which are ex­ to a physician for his wounds. Frank Anson, Irunteo for three had been a fight, Just a "llttlo staffed by volunteer doctors, mouth police'departments and ing any Information about any Vincent C. DlMalo, Mata­ yearn; Victor Armolllno, trus mlsundeintaiidliig." Neither nurses and clerks who donate leveral In adjoining Middlesex serviceman burled ln R o s e dcrly conduct were S a m u e l pected to bs in full production communities, The Freehold H ill, please send the service­ Pearson, 30, of. Prospect St., by mid-summer, will Incorpor­ wan attorney, pleaded John­ tco for two years; CleOrKo T he ior Mr, Williams k n e w Ihelr time so children can b« dispatcher also calls off a l l man's name, date of service, South River; John Conover ate an Injection molding pro son was guilty of a.disorder­ I^!nry, trusteo for ono yoar; who called police. protected, , r.'apl, J. Edgar Wilkinson teletype alarms Important. In section and plot number to HO, of 102 Atlantlo Ave., Mata­ ctss to product] apcctellzed ly clinrgo and a line ot $25 Donald L e w i s , sergeant-aU wan; Hayward Jackson, 23 plastic closures for pharma and SO costs was Imposed, F r a n k Anson, 6 Fountain wari eerinlu there had been arms, this area. B o a r d C o m m ilt o e To (continued on page twelve) Tfie magistrate warned fu rceutlcal and other uses. Cblel Adler soys he is plan­ Ave., Matawan, or call Ma-1AppolntlVD vmviTin initialled flnlit. He lind collected t h e rhe 'Ceyport Plant of Arm­ ther nuisance committed :sa io 40.

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T h c n d o i May 9, 1957

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In fo r m e d

P u b lic

Approval of the $705,000 bond issue, proposed by the -Matawan Township Board of Education to construct ah addi­ tion to Matawan High School and a new elementary school unit in Cliffwood, has clcared the way for a school district referendum to determine whether the public will endorse the board’s proposition. With the anointm ent of a Citizens’ Committee to work with the board, ii appears that school district educators . Jplan to take their problems and the adequacy of tho need for the new construction program to the residents of - »»•“ school district in .a souudi straight-forward manner. Boards1 of Education, today face a tough job. En ro ll­ ' ments are mounting dlraost daily. In addition to adequate facilities, boards must battle budgets which require large sums to be paid out in salaries.if they hrc to keep teachers . bf high caliber and quality. ' The Matawan Journal is convinced that a well-informed public, armed /with the problems that confronted the board and 'determined its decision to undertake' the building pro­ gram, will move certainly and surely to approve the propo'sition at the school district election. . . • In order to assist the board to bring the facts before-the public, The Matawan Journal offer5,its columns to the board of education and suggests it undertake a public relations program to bring all information concerning its proposal to the school district residents. ■ •



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Tim e and time again U t tle League baseball has proven to be of value to those who participate. Thus it is difficult to understand w h y the Union Beach Board of Education

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voted to allow the little league organization to use the fields at the Florence A v e . and Cottage P a rk Schools. H ie many men who attended the meeting as representa­ tives o f organizations sponsoring little league teams are to be commended for fighting for a just cause. These volun­ teers were not asking for something for themselves, but for the good and welfare of the young boys In the borough. They are giving thoir time, energy and money to try to en­ courage fair play, good sportsmanship and provide a recre­ ational program during the summer months. Th e y are taking a positive approach toward combatting juvenile delinquency. . . . ........ waa-urtnioessary fo r oertain-board members' to try ito throw the responsibility for providing a recreation field von the municipal administration. M a n y communities in thlS r drea'do not have their own playgrounds nnd sinco tho sdhool ; grounds belong to the taxpayers, if 'they are the only sites available for little league play, they should be used for this purpose. : The report of the chairman of the building and grounds committee that $750 had been spent in two years because ~r of vandalism did n o t specify that little league teams had caused, that Vandalism W hy take lt out on them? I t is the duty of'the board of education to protect school prop­ erty — yes — but it also is the responsibility of those elected to serve to consider the welfare and interests o f youth. , A moral victory was' vton for all thoso interested in little leafeue activity. It now remains (or the boys concerned io show their, appreciation, and co-opcrate w ith their spon­ sors and the board and use the property for the purposes ‘ intended — recreation, fa ir play and good sportsmanship!

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WHEREAS, the President ol 'the United States has desig­ nated Saturday. May 18th. as Armed Forces Day, as a trib­ ute to iUie team work of me Armed Forces In their service and devotion to the nation: and . ' WHEREAS, It is important and there exist a » ever clos­ er alliance between-our civil­ ians and the A rm e£ Forces; anil -■ ..... -........ WHEREAS, the two, closely bound in the common cause of our national welfare, offer a splendid contribution to t b e 'morale of onr fellow • citizen? and promote an Increase ol confluence and pride ln t b e security our Armed Forces give as; . NOW, T H ER EFO RE, I, Spafford Jffi. Schanck. Mayor of Matawan Borough, do here by proclaim Saturday. M a y 18lh, 1957, as A RM FD FORCES tfAY in Matawan Borough a n d do urge o u r municipal leaders, fraternal and veterans' orgoplzatlons, industry and o t h e r civic groups to participate in its observance and ,thereby give hope and Inspiration to those strivljg for peace throughout the world. j ............... , . Spafford W. Schanck i Mayor. Z ' Datedr ■ ' ; .. M ay, 3, 1057 , , C o m m u n ic a t io n

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To the Editor: m Forty Five years Ago Early in April, t£e House (Issue Friday, May 16, 1912) began hearings on the meth­ F o r sale: Oldsmoblle 5ods of slaughtering meat ani­ mals with a hearing by the passengcr touring car, com­ pletely rebuilt recently and Housu Agriculture ‘ sub-com­ mittee on Livestock and Feed fully equipped. The equipment Grains: the Senate has! sche­ Includes: Ele'otrio side lights, duled bearings for the n e a r leather top, windshield, Presto-Llte tank, three extra tubes, future. spare tire, tire holder a n d Our present methods of kill­ cover. The tires on the wheels ing our meat animals are are nearly new and are ln very cruel and cause Intense first class condition. This car and unnecessary suffering to cost $3000 when new, a n d hundreds ot millions of ani­ will be sold for $750 to quick mals that go to our slaughter­ buyer. •. houses day in .and day o u t Soldier's Beach within two every year. This suffering at present Inflicted on these de­ weeks will be a regular avia­ fenseless animals that supply tion station. This was made us wltb our m eat is unneces­ certain Tuesday when repre­ sary because modem, humane sentatives of tbe Queen Aero­ methods are available that p l a n e Company announced are practical and economical that they had given out con­ tracts for j the erection ot two In operation as, well. hangars for the use of t h e H ie latest statistics f r o m celebrated aviator and ae r o the Department of Labor show machine expert, Grover tbat accidents occur In t h e Cleyaland Leoning. Mr, Leonslaughterhouse^ at" a 1 m o s t lng Is an expert In aeronaut­ double the rate of all other In­ ics and has written several' dustrial activity combined. books on’ the subject. Humane mettods would Im­ At a special election h?Jd prove the conditions which the at Asbury Park Tuesday .! lt men who do the rctual killing was voted to bond the c i t y work under, and eliminate the lo i $75,000 for new sewer sys­ struggling with terrified aul. tems. ■ ■ , ----- —I trials ; that have .;.aot,;. b£en The.vsptlngS'ttta*5' tabla o^ made uhconsclous^'Seloire tbe*New York 811 pong praucty slaughter. , ' " ■ ,. Railroad will become effective Support''of Humane Slaugh Sunday, .Mar 26. This change ter 1 e g I a l a t I o n will.bring will include additional trains about so many good improve to New York and Philadelphia mcnts. W rite," without delay, and the resumption of service and let President Elsenhower. via the Sandy Book Route for Representative J a m e s O the season of 1912. : Auchlncloss add Senators H, Investigation ns to the JusAlexander Sm ith and Clifford Uce and reasonableness of the P. Case In Washington, D. C.. rates charged for gas by the know how you feel. Urge their Atlantic Highlands Clas Com­ support of compulsory Hu­ pany has been undertaken by mane Slaughter legislation the Board of Public Utility this year. Commissioners upon Its o w n Mrs. Catherine Scott, initiative. Tbe Ilrst hearing Chairman N. J . Com will be given at tlie S t a t e ihittee for Humane House. Trenton; T u e s d ay, Slaughter of Meat June 4. 1 Thirty-two of the 38 taxing Animals " '

, The news media have given much attention to the finonrial plight o f the Post Offlco Department, os detailed to a House Committee by the Postmaster General. H e testi­ fied that a large additional appropriation, some $47,000,000, wa» needed to carry the Deportment through the current fiscal year If serious reduction of services were to be avoided. Th e ultimate result is likely to be higher postal rates in certain classifications. One possibility, for instance, Is tho the raising o f first-class letter postage from threo to four cents, ahd tbere are o th n s . Post office receipts .apparently, ... aren’t up to poat office a e ts . aiid so heavy deficits follow. 1...... ....... Tbe re (s oiie important category of moil which should not be overlooked when rate-rcvision timo comcs. That is fourth-class, o r parcel post Parcel post, started in 1013, was supposed'to be self-supporting, and it also was supposed to supplement, not Supplant, private parcci carriers. Yet, as {the H o o ve r Commission and other authoritative 'bodies have demonstrated, parcel post has n jn at sizable direct and indirect deficits' during most of its career. Thus, as a taxsubsidized undertaking, it competes unfairly with private enterprises ranging from tho Ballway Express system dtw n to load cartagemen. i . : Th e principle at stake is simple,— those who use parcel poet should pay all the. costs, just os they do with any Commercial service. I f rates were .adjusted to bring that '. about, tho post office would bo in a better financial p^itlon. V fl'i Darken Homini

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districts' ln tbe county w e r e represented at a meeting pf the local assessors with the Monmouth County Tax Board at Freehold Tuesday. Giant searchlights are being Installed on the fast twi n screw steamers, Asbury Park, Monmouth and Sand^ Hook which within a fortnight will start summer travel between Atlantic Highlands and New York. '

R e s o lu t io n T he Matawan Township Board of Education, recogniz­ ing the multlple-problems fac­ ing the educational program In our growing community, and recognizing the need for c 1 1 i i t n s' participation in school affairs, does hereby de­ clare- that: ' Whreas, Final responsibility for good schools rests wltb an Informed citizenry: and Whereas, interest In' school affairs has been demonstrated by individuals and organiza­ tions such as the P a r e n t Teacher Associations of Mata­ wan High School, Cllffwood Elementary School ahd Mata­ wan Gram mar School and re­ sponsible citizens; and Whereas, Such an interest ls of the greatest value tt> a B o ar d of Education a n d school administration in de­ termining the kind of education al program this community desires.; Be It resolved. That a com­ pletely Independent citizens’ group be formed to work co­ operatively with the adminis­ trators and the Board , of E d ­ ucation:" and ' ..... 7 .. ' Bo it further resolved,. That the Matawan Townsbip Board of Education appoint a com­ mittee.of the Board to work with such a citizens’ group; and . ' Be It further resolved, That this committee of the Board Invite all Interested citizens and organizations to m e e t with'it lor the purpose of Init­ iating the ■formation of a Matawan^ Citizens' Comni>ttee for Public Schools, suph meet­ ing to be held before the next regular meeting, of the Board of Education. ' Hilda C. Tomasello Chairman Miscellaneous Committee Matawan Township Board of Education Adopted: Apr. 15, 1957

r Es L O C A L B U S I N E S S M E N E X P E C T the first real impact of a shopping center to be felt .next' week Srith. the opening of the. Acm e market and additional stores at the, junctionof Routes 35 and 36 in Keyport . l :. . ‘ Speaking of shopping centers, the monster center proposed at the cite of the old Keyport airport on Route 3G in Haritan Township originally set for occupancy in August probably w ill be delayed. / N o w ork has' been started there to date, it was reported . . . .The Madison Township Bfiard of Education is making a great deal out o f1 the so-called “ executive session.” A t one of the re\ cent meetings, the board met publicly in the presence of re­ porters for about five minutes pnd then Went into executive session. About 90 rminutes later, the public meeting was opened and the first-order of business was a motion to a d -, journ. Executive sessions ce rtainlyjjave their place but that is really stretching the point. ; ■ ' . E X A C T L Y 157 Y E A R S ago today, John Brow n of Harper's F e r r y fame was bom in Torrington, Conn. H e was executed by hanging at Charles T o w n , V a ., Dec. 2, 1859 for alleged treason to the United States. H e was the most famous ad­ vocate of the abolition of slavery, with the exception of Lincoln, in the country! O n Oct. 1(1, 1859, at the head of 16 . men, lie raided Harper’s Fe rry in Virginia and released many slaves and then established himself witji his band of men in the 'govei-ment'arsehal in the_t6\vri. :Therc he was besieged by a force of several hundred militiamen of Virginia and M aryland and most of his men were killed or wounded. B row n finally was captured by a company under the cominand of then Col- Robert E , . Lee. A fcw weeks later, he .. ■was tried at Charles Tow n and sentenced to death . . ; 7 M ay 9 also marks the. founding jn 1816 of the American Bible Society. Elias Boudinot, Philadelphia, scholar, .lawyer and statesman was the society’s first president. K E Y P O R T L I O N S C L U B annual broom sale to raise funds for their laudable w ork in the community is under­ way this week. JSale will conclude Saturday. W hy not support the club? "Many fine items are offered for sale . . . Som e borough administrators may try to hold up a suggested revaluation of Keyport until the State Legislature decides what lo do with Sen. Wayne JJu m o n t’s bill, designed to nullify enforcement of 100 per cent o f true value assess­ ment in the state. Seems certain-, however, that the Legis­ la tu re w ill wait until'a report comes through from the State “Tax Policy CommissioA at the end of .the year before look­ ing into Dum ont’s proposal. . .According to a remark drop-" ped by M a yo r Joseph Scholer of Union Beach, the Keyport Sewerage Authority has mnd£ inquiries concerning prop­ erty available in Union Beach.! M ight be a long range pro- ' posal to tie-in Union Beach as a paying sewerage facility customer is in the works. So far the state has recommended a comprehensive sewerage system fo r the Cottage Park area in Union Behch. Doubt if it will be, too.long before' the borough is ordered to make one available.

Twenty Five Years Ago (Issue Friday, May 20, 1932) An adjourned m eeting’.ol the Township Committee was held at tbe Township Hall losf Friday night for the' purpose ADDED PROTECTION of transacting business held /(Long Branch. Record) over from the . regular meet­ E X P E C T M A D I S O N T O W N S H I P firemen and officials to Although ' some concern is. expedite completion of.a comprehensive fire code which will ing of May 3. W.-O. Franke. being evidenced by county of­ representing tie F r e n e . a u be enacted by .the Township Committee when ready. A Welfare Association, request­ ficials over the Army's plan committee, witli representatives of each of the fire co m -' ed . the Township Committee to build.the “ Missile-Master’ to drop the Freneau w a t e r at Highlands, we feel that we panics in the community, already is working on preparation project, and do nothing more should welcome the added of the code. Speed is deemed advisable since besides safety protection this Installation will factors served, tlie code is expected to tie in with the town­ about it. ' , ' - ' give the- vulnerable s h o r e ship’s zoning and building regulations. Transition from a The Public Utilities Com­ area, • . - fanning community tp a sprawling,highly developed suburb­ mission has ■granted a . fran­ Since there already a r e an community area comprised of many villages in the form chise to the Rolio T r a n s i t Nike Installations ln tho im ­ of housing developments, has caused firemen to be on guard Boro Bus Corporation to oper­ ate on Die Bayshore B 1 v.d., mediate Vicinity, It is o n l'y against'/home loss, as well as the old foe, the' woods fires. M onmouth'. County,’ which ;is logical that the brain which The proposed fire code' also will be expected to serve as a now und(jr: con$-,ructlon.. , 1 will control them should be lin k, between the far Hung fire companies in the township. ' i,MtttttwanrBoroush 'Officials, "erected on- the site chosen by T w o of the cgmpanies,. the Cheesequake !Fire'.Company and the Army.1- r ‘ who. have groped off; a isectlSn Regardless of protests lodg­ 4h,e Jjmirence Harbgi.Eire.^^Conjpany,'.serve!luie distidctsfjn of Main Street, a county pav­ ed by. .Tesidcnts-.regarditig ■ tbe the Cheesequake-Browntown and Laurence Harbor-CUffed road, for the use of' roller wood Beach areas .respectively.. -, -— ■ ,, - ' .. . skaters, received notice . from growing number of military the Board of Freeholders to­ installations In our county, we D E S P I T E . A D D E D N O R T H and southbound lanes on must advance with the times day for the second time that the Garden State Parkw ay frbm Keyport to . the Raritan the practice piust be discon­ and rggllze, orice and for all, R ive r toll plaza, the Ne w Jersey Highw ay Au th ority is hint­ that whatever Is being done, tinued. ... 1 is being done for our 'protec­ ing it still e xp a ts traffic jams to occur. Cause in mqst . After taking up the matter tion. ' : cases, will be disabled autos and pokey drivers'w ho msist ' ■ ■ — -V ' of a contract to be signed There have been a few ob­ on .using the-High speed lanes. In the case of disabled ve­ with the Township- Committee hicles; the A u th o rity, with an eye to the’Iuture, has arranged to furnish water to the Fre­ jections made river the m ili­ for the location of radio-equipped wreckers and .service . neau section of the township, tary personnel -Necessitated the Borough Council, ln an ad­ for operation of various in­ cars in strategic spots m the critical K eyport area to move stallations throughout t h e immediately in such emergencies. In addition, tho P a rk ­ journed meeting, Wednesday, area. Merchants say -that the w ay’s force of State Police will be increased 25 per Cent to finally adopted a resolution to Influx of personnel m e a n s Sign the contract with certain very little to .them on a mone ­ handle expected traffic increases. S ix were placed on Pa rk­ changes by an affirmative tary basis. way d u ty-M a y 1 and jin additional 10 troopers will go on vote of all present. v d uty June 1. Troopers will be posted at critical inter­ In our tnlnd this argument This year, Poppy Day will has very little weight. T h e changes ;at the Raritan R ive r, Keyport and Asbury Park be celebrated May 21 ln t h e merchants were established ln to expedite' traffic flow. The summer season Is just around A STORY F O R Borough of Matawan. T h e tbelr businesses long before the comer and so are-Sunday night traffic tie-ups, it seems. popples aro ready t\nd many there were any military Instal­ women'of the Auxiliary have lations. They settled and were volunteered to be on t h e content with the revenue ob­ streets >at 6 o'clock to be tained f r o m the residents ready. . ■ ' whom they served. If t h e y New Jersey’s famous trout were making a living before streams a Meeca for an army the Installations were erected, B» Margaret A C*avy ot anglers at Uils seasoo. then \t stands to reason that havo been closed to further they will continue to do so, W a g g le s restocking' under an Interpre­ since the ' Installations haven'U One sunny day, u Waggles Soon suppertlme came, and tation of the new Manly laW. chased any of the residents „ Bunny Rabbit joyfully hlppltj- Waggles scampered h o m e. rendered to tho State F i s h away.' T.h e , ..new Master-Missile hopped .through tl'o woods, he -Whon he was almost thore-.he and .Game Commission by At­ torney Oeneral Stevens., Tlie base should benefit the mer stoppod running and sat down samr thle llt^la sentt. measurerenacted by-tbe pres­ chants li the area since..the to listen ' T he R e a so n Is ‘'Tra-la-la-ia-lo-iee. I ’m That’s funny," he thought-. ent Legislature, will operate Army requires personnel not l-ippy as I oan be." "But, Mom, lotr of girl? tn the decisions about proper to prevent tho releaso of state using mllUary housing to re­ • Waggles was very proud of " I don’t hear Mama Rabbit fish ln all waters any part of side no more than 10 minutes school go out on dates. There dating age do need explana' ' this song becai'se ho li a d oalling me.” Mama Rabbit always called which 13 closed to publiotfish-' away from the missile con1 13 nothing wrong'' with that. tlon. Usually the proper nge ls mado lt up hlmsi-lf. ' We’re only going to the mov- not decided by Individual par­ Just as iio was getting tired litm to supper Just about this lng and the Commission says tj-ol center. ies and maybe out for a cnts but rather by the custom ot s in g ly , lie spied Mr. Oil' Umo. Waggles listened very that practically every major Some ot our more short­ ' of the community. In reachfishing,lake and stream ln the sighted citizens have com coke.” ver Owl sitting on a t r e e . hard, but he couldn't hear “ I ’m not Interested ln wbat lng a decision as to whether state comes under this classi­ plained that the bases which branch. There was # book sound other cblfdrcn do. I n e v e r Alice should or should not go V propped lr^ the branches In *’Oh well.” be t h o u g h t , fication. operptc' the Nike weapons are went out on a' date until I out on a date, what Alice a ftont of him, and hla b e s t ' perhaps she has forgotten, a menace. B u t these com was IS and I don’t see t h e friends are doing ls ap 1m' Ten Years Ago . reading glasses were perched And ho hurried homo. - , plaints are not grounded tn ' portant consideration. on his nose. . Waggles had another a u r (Issue Thursday, M ay'8, 10471 feet, rheio is no more dan heed to rush you.” "Why don't ydu ask Mary's 'Comparing Alice's adoles-, ' An association .of Matawan ger from this typo'' weapon "A lia l" thought Waggles, prise waiting for' him there m o t h e r ? You always say cencc to her own ls not a val­ merchants and businessmen "Perhaps I oan play a trjck Tho house was empty- M am a than from any other type wea­ Mary ls such ft good example. id explanation. It ls difficult on Mr. Oliver Owl." Rabbit- was nowhere to be will bo formulated at an or­ pon under proper control. Use her as an exanmle now." for any child to Imagine ber ganization meeting Scheduled Just then! tho owl gave^ a seenl” The Mlfslle Master projoot “ I said no for the last Umo parent in a dliferent situation tromondous' sneezo, ker-ICETB"Just when I'm so hungry for t p.m. Tuesday In t h e will assure proper . survcll -There ts nothing more to say. and Alice nnd her generation Matawnn High School auditor­ KK3-C1IOO.. His speotaolcs too,” said Waggles, lanco ind Jtre control. The That's lt. No date, and don't ar~. uot Just like her mother bounced off his nose and landllo looked and looked, but ium. An Invltotlon to attend newer weapons will use a sol­ bring lt up again.” ' was. ed light t Waggles foot. not «r sorap of food could he has been extended lo all Indi­ id rather than liquid fuel. Dating, of course, ls a sub­ The strict authorltarlaiw ls, Wangles gave a dbllghtob find to oat. Finally ho deolded viduals and groups (nterestod The control ’ system will oc hop. “ Just the chance I ’ve to visit Granny Wbltctall next Jn Improving Matawan as a among the first .to bo con ject - that brings up many ot course tbe easy way- out worthwhile discussions of be­ for the parent. But for the door. Ho kmckcd loudly but shopping and business ccnter. been walling lo rl" he said. structed ln tho Untied Stales Quickly; he stuffed tho spco- no dne answered. The public 1* invited to In­ .except for an experimental In havior. More Important ls*the child s'.'ch an *xtreme at­ general attitude parents have titude Is almost as bad as tacles In a little hole at tbo • "T h a t's tunny,” ho s a i d spect t h e newly-completed Vtallatlon w h l o h has t-cen bottom of thd tree. Then bo ‘‘Qranny’a always homo. Matawan First Aid S q u a d operating at " vi­ at least, to help the child UD.. hopped off through the forest other trick on anyone ig a ln l (continued bottom next col.) the hous? sometime Sunday, tal port of adolescent life and derstand. why and why not

Mental Health Is T o Topic Of Meeting

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Mrs. Gardner Is Named P-TA Head

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Trinity ' Guild ~ ! THE \i Bazaar Oct. 23-24 JATA\VAN JOURNAlj

John D. Lyman, Jr.; execu­ Bazaar chnlrmcri wore named - M r B . Gerard J . Gardner F irit Churcb ot Chrlil. First Presbyterian Cbarcb ' First Section was elected president at the tive director of the New Jer­ at a meeting Monday oventng May 0, 1051 . Scientist lie Main St., Matawad Page F lv* \ annual meeting of the M a t asey Association for M e n t a l of Uie Ladles am id of the Trin­ 14 broad St., Keyport Rev. Chester A. Galloway, wan Grammar School Parentr Health, Inc., was tbe guesf Bunday servloo 11 a.m. ity Episcopal Church, Mata­ Pastor Teacher Association held ln "Honor Thy Father ar.d Thy Sunday School 11 a.m. Wed­ wan. speaker Monday afternoon at the high school auditorium M i‘b. Kenneth Hender­ May 1. Mrs. Gardner suc­ Mother" will be the pastor's nesday testtmonal mooting 8 son, president, will bo general tbe (Inal business meeting nf p.m. Reading room, open.Wed­ s e r m o n toplo , on Mother’s ceeds Mrs. A. J. Tomasello this yesr of tbe Woman's Club chairman of the baiaar to bo and ha» served the gr^up as Day at the two morning serv­ nesday 2 to 4 p.m. of Matawan, held ln the par­ Tlio t r u e status of man. held Oct, 23 and 24 ln tho parish recording secretary for t h e ice at 0:30 and 11 o'clock. ish hall of Trinity Episcopal - William Arnce, Browntown, past year-- ------- .— ^ — Sunday. SchoolJS-held_at-8;2fr creat«l-ln -tlie perfect- Image liall," and usHlatmsr liev w lirbo • Church; Matawan, His topic was awarded first prlzo in i a.m.; Senior and Junior High and likeness j ( Ood, Spirit, Other officers Installed for was "Mental Health,'' and, -Mrs. Harold Burlew, handwork scientific e x h i b i t contest Westminster Fellowships at 7 will be set tortli at Christian the coming year were M r s. after quoting statistics on the booth; Mrs, Walter Elder, ap­ among eighth grndo students ' ' • Science services Sunday In-the Kenneth Smith, vice presi­ p.m, Surprising number of patients of WUlls School, Old Bridge, dent; Mrs. Carmen DeNardo, United Hebrew Congregation lesson-sermon entitled "Adam rons; Mis O e o r g o Miller, at the recent F,uenV-Tenel.er ~ln mental hospitals, he o utand' Fallen Mnn." white elephant; M rs.. Frank recording secretary; M r s . ■ llned the six-point program Broad St.. Keyport Association mooting. Ho dem­ John Mercer, corresponding Luke's account of one of Marz, food table; Mrs. James onstrated n working s o n l e being carried out by the asso­ Rabbi H. O. H. Levlno secretary, and Stanley Bart- _ "Gpd Could Not Bo Every­ Christ Jesus' healings'wlU bo Mcislion, grab bag; Mrs. John model ot a ningnotlo cronc. ciation. He introduced Mr s . rfyn, treasurer. . John Thaler, local chairman where Therefore He M a d e Included in t h e . Scrlpl.urni Baker, entrlalnumnt; Mra, AlSecond prlv.n jycnl to Paul ( Lu k e C:12,13>; of the mental health drive beMrs. Tomasello conducted Mothers” will bo tho sermon rctidlliKS t i e d A d I e r, refreshments; Doblck and Iliimi Don, Brownins conducted this month. the final meeting of the sea­ topic at tlie Friday n i g h t And lt caino to pass, when ,1 n m e s MithIioii, decorating; town, for- a teletype nnd third he wns In n certain city, be­ son and the Rev. Albert D, servlco nt 0:15 o'clock. Also present were Mrs. Mrs. Vernon Ellison, publicity prl'/.e to Iionald Oaub, UtownOn Saturday at 11 a.m. the hold n man full of leprosy: Curry, pastor of the F lr s t Howard Wolverton, art teach­ town, for an electrlo molar, and posters, Methodist Church; MntaWnn, following will be blessed on who seeing Jesus fell on tits er in the Matawan S c h o o l Mi's, Alfred Adler was ap­ Anthony Serge, Miss Elonnor the occasion of their birth­ face, and besought him, suy Bitvo the invocation. System ard the winners of the Brown’ und Andrew Korshalen, ,■ recent anti-litter bug poster M r s. A. Edwin Burdije days: Judith 8. Alpine, Ellefn jng, Lord/ If tltou wilt, thou pointed to attend the mooting teanhers nt tho Willis School ' cpntest, sponsored by the club stato parent-educatlon chair­ Gale, Mark Gale, P a m e l a const make me cloan. And he of tho p r o p o s e d Key-Mat were Judres. Prlr.es wo ro in conjunction with the cam­ man of the ti. J. Congress of Ogens', Joan Sandra Schwartz. put forth his hand, nnd touch­ Ladles Bowline Lmuie held last awarded hy tho P-TA. / — paign of Mrs. Genevieve DonParents and Teachers, a n d David H. Siegel, Ditine a n d ed him, saying, I will: be thou 'night nt the church. clenn. And Immediately tho ncl .local Matawan Borough Mrs. Alfred Adler opened the past president of this. M o n- Shaynn Korobow. The Hafety Patrol membors Sundry nt j :1B a.m. the Jun­ leprosy dopnrted froni him." Councllwoman. Prizes of $5. meeting with prnverii, und an- of the .Ma(Useii T o \ mouth County Council, w a s v ti .s li 1 p __ From "Science'- jm Jr Health noiltiiiemi'iit waa 111 n d e lhat $3, $2, and two_ $1 honorable 'the_ gustr speaker ayd installed ior choir will hold Its .d.reset Schools" enjoyed u 1rip Vo ... -mentlons^-were-awarded.-re* the new .officers,'' Mrs. Burdgo rehearsal for tiio program it vltl. Key lo Use Scriptures' Corporate Communion "will ho Philadelphia lo sue ‘ a b a l l spe'ctively .to Carole Pole, An­ s p o k e on.-thq .need forV a will present on Friday, May by Mnry Baker lCddy iho fol held May m, Mrs. aeorno Mil­ nnmo Hatmriay,/ All p a t r o i toinette Slano, Arlene Golasstronger and more active 17. > Thcodoro Schlossberg ls lowing passage will bo. ..mong ler, chairman (or the ruimnanc members attended,' ' ' .■ thoso rend (250:0-11): "The di­ sewski, Betty Lou Parry and. P-TA membership to strength- director.sale lo be held Irom 0 a.m. to IS A tea honoring Mrs, Dwtiilit The beard of trustees ot the vine pnturo was best express, p.m. May 15, 10 mid, 17. In the Michael Zelwak, by Mrs. Pet.. cn the bond- between t h o United Hebrew ..Congregation od. In:Christ. Jesus,, who throw liQihih lion.-io, biwo iioi' report. D, Gntwood,'atuto nnd Middle­ The Home Town Quartet, Lodi* International Finalists in schools and tho hom e ...... . er A. Read, fine arts chair­ will bo held on Monday at upon mortals the truer reflec­ Members o( thi! guild win meet sex County president,of t h o 105C-1957, will be one of the participants In the Barbershop FestU man of the. club.'.................. intension Council hi Homo Mrs. Tomasello. who pres­ tion of. Ood nnd lifted tholr Mrs. Herbert RouthrCllff- val entitled “A Night of Harmony” to be presented on Wed­ ently ls a member oT the 8:30 p.m. All members or. In ai llie liall Tuesday ovenlnn to lfioonoinles, and local county lives higher than Uiolr p o o r ' wood Esach^i and Mrs. Joseph nesday evening In the auditorium of Matawan High School ut Matawan Township Botnd of vlted to attend. bring, their rummniie i\ nd ar­ leaders was held at tho Homo 8:30 p .to. by the Men’s Olub of the First Presbyterian Church. Tho sonlor choir will moot IhouBht-mortel.s w o n I d allow; range tho sale-’ A. Guadagno were accepted Matawan. Pictured above, standing in the usual order, are Don Education, was presented with fRoonomlmi Huuse, Agriculture as new members and the res- Clause, lead; Bill AnnlcWarlco, bass; Frotak Corsale,' baritone. her’ past president’s pin by Tuesday at B:30 p.m., under thoughts which presented man Campus, nulgi’iii University, Mrs, Dnvld Tuttle, prugriini as fallen, sick, sinning, and tho direction of Mr. Schlosstgnntlons of Mi's. George Gas­ Ray Stone, tenor, is. seated. Mrs. Burdge. Tho newly. In­ clmli’mau for tho lieXt moctliiK N o w Hiuiwwick, Thursday, dying." :' kell, Mrs. Harold D l s b r o-w. The quartet presently holds tbe title of being Mid*Atlantlo stalled president was present­ beiB'. to bo hold May aotli, annmmu Those attending from t li I 9 On Wednesday a. 7:31) p.m JA i t . Thomas Blames aod States District Champions- M t. Clause Is chorus director and a ed with a. corsage b y. M rs. Trinity linlseoiml Church ed that Mru. lSnrl Denton will ni'im woro Mrs. Nielialns tj. Mrs.,Harry -M. • Kahn w e r e past chapter president; Mr. Annlcblnrlco has been chapter seo Tomasello and Miss E s t h e r tho U.S.Y., will mako final nr, Main St., Matawi n, be the guoHt speaker.' Mom- Arnoo, Mrs. llenry C vi> n 0 , . riuisoni'eiits for, the S p r i n g rctary, and Mr, Stone lias been both chapter and area secretary. , acceijit^d with regret. . Blau, sixth grade teaoher, re­ lClnns at Bradley Beach from Rev. Ueimud McK Gnrllck, bcrs nin a s k n rt to bring In Mrs, A. Dower and, Mrs, B. C. Tickets may be reserved by calling Matawan 1»3110*J or Pastor The annual reports of’ the they may be purchased at tbe door, Proceeds will be used toward ceived the special award. flowev. arrangements nnd Mrs, Maccla! May '2i to 20. The following ' officers, department and comHoly Communion is nl o Ucuton will make construollVe Mother's l)uy will uo ob­ The association again voted w i l l represent tho U.H.C.. the building fund for the new church. mlttee chairmen "were read to sponsor Boy Scout Troop CO U.S.Y.: Advisors, Mr. a n d n,m, and Family Eucharist criticisms and deinonstraki ar­ served at tho lirpwnlown Un­ after which Mrs. Rensselaer sorvlccs and Calvin Pearce, Institution­ Mrs. Stanley H. Knlcch; delo- and church school at h n,m, rangements. Mrs. Alvin Mc­ ion Bunday Bchool L. Cartan, president, m a d e al representative, gave a re­ gatos, Roslyn Poland, Marilyn The Corporate Communion of Donald wnn twined chairman Hiuuhiy morning. Sorvloes aro , several announcements. Invltlio young ppoplo of tho par­ port of scout activities during Chaskowltz, Harriett ol tho past president's dinner from 1MB a.m. to 10:411 b .im, Wolf, tations were read to attend the1past year, Miss E d i t h Oall Siegel nnd Joyce Melsler. ish will bn observed at tho I) to he hold Juno 3 in tho parish All aro welcome. With olasses Open House in N&w Hope, a.m. servlco. ' \ ; Davison’s afternoon class, won li o u s o, llefroshments were for ail ago groups, Pa. May 11; the annual plcEvening prayer will be nt served by Mrs. Frank CaraUnpllat Uliurcb the attendance banner. The Browntawu Bodhoppors nle ot Palisades Park spon­ 7:30 p.m. on Monday awl tho 232 Mnln 8t„ Matawan Mrs, Peter A-Read enter­ Mrs. Edward W. Currie en­ Soltl^-theh' regular mazna' nnd Mrs. Adler, The sixth grndo home room sored by the State Federation tertained her lunolioon club on tained her bridge club May 1. RoV LawreiTco R. Balloy ' young Churchmen meet ut 0 hop meeting nt tha mothers wero hostesses dur­ o'cloclt. .J u n e '13; a fashion show spon­ Tuesday. Prize winners were Pastor ’Alljtu'l Hopkins, asPrizes wero won by Mrs. El­ ing the social whichJ .followed sored by the Rumson Wom- Mrs- John C. Eggleston, the Girls' Friendly Soelcty, Jun­ M is s P a tr ic ia H a n lo y ‘The, Religious Cliaruc'av bf dor. Shoo n t 0 k ■ with Mrs. Clinnnlng Clapp os ior Group, wilt muot at 3 p.m. " an’s Club May 21. and- t h e hostess and Mrs. P r a n It H. more Kattnei;; Mrs. Howard the Home" will bo *.he sevmon sChrtcd by the b o y 1, chairman. S how or G uost O f H onor Veale, Parlln, and Mrs. Wal­ Queen's Ball at Monmouth Col­ Bliss. topic at both tho 10 and 11 on Thursday, May 10, nnd Stanley Walker provided re­ ' ' . lege, West L o n g B r.a n c h, a.m. services on1Bunday, lA Senior Group at 7 p.m. freshments for the meeting, ter Taylor. : Miss P a t r i c i a Hanley, Mr. and Mrs. Aloyslus Dail­ H a n n a B o y s C e le b r a t e • June 22. . . . Child Dedication servlco will Clieouoqimkc, Rd,, C h o o s o- Thoso nttendhig wole William Qlrl Scout Troop 124 went ey, Broad St., attended t h e Keyport Reformed Cburoh be conducted at tho 11 o'olock Donations of each were S i l v e i nunho, was the guest ot honor Avaoo, Ronnhl Gaub, Mlohae) Jubilee Mass of on an overnight camping trip W i t h O u t i n g To Z o o W arren 61., Koypoii hour. Synday Church Sohool approved for the cancer drive Thanksgiving and dinner giv­ to Camp Nomoco, South Free­ Thursday ovonlng at a sur­ Catherwood, Jerry M o l n a r , Rov. Rodorlck N, DeYoung and the mental health drive en In honor of the- R e v ,. John hold, Friday. Scout leader. prise shower given by M i n a Stnnloy Walker, William Yost, Mr, and Mrs. Harry Hanna, meets at 10 a.m. with classes Pastor " and payments authorized for O ’Brien, pastor of All Saints Mrs.' Worsdell K. Pearson, 33 iakesldo Dr., Matawan, for c a o h age group. Tho Patricia Hulsart, Red Hank; and Fred Gaub, loader, Plans Junior oliolr rohearsal will other Items., Announcement Church, Jersey City, on Sun­ Jr., assisted by Mrs. Milton entertained at a double birth­ Men's Class ls hold ln t h o ffimena, Koyport woro mado tor tho next meet­ i>e hold tomorrow at fi p.m., Miss Kay parsonage. Junior B.Y.F. will was made that Miss A n n e day. Moonoy, Ing, to bo held nt the homo of W. Gunkle and Mrs. Kenneth day party, Apr. 27, in honor hold Its meeting Sunday at undor tho dlrcotlon of' Mr s . aii(l Mrs. P o t o r . : : _ Chamberlain will represent nV their aons, Douglas, w h o C h e e s e q u a k e , at Illll- Mr, Oaub, Tuesday, Mrs. Stanley F. Bartram re­ Miller accompanied the troop. 0:30 p.m. Tlie leader Is Jone William Schanck and Mr s . orest Hall, South Amboy. Y the Matawan Woman’s Club, was eight, and Robert, w h o William Pitney attondod tli# Mr. and Mrs. Charles F, John Sagurton, turned home ' Sunday f r o m Gregory, _______ ____ : the Matawan Junior Woman’s Tho li a 11 w a n docora/pit testimonial dtnnor lor V r 0 1. perrine- and son?, Harry and was. s ix ..--------------...Sunday School convonei at Club 'end the MatawaS Con Perth Amboy Oeneral Hospi­ Rollins, spent Saturday visit­ The main feature ot the af­ . Tlie Mothor-Daughtor B i d With groen and whlto butter­ Lyman a ,L Sohormorhorn, of.... temporary League at the Clt- tal where she was a surgical ing Dr. Joseph Beres a n d ternoon was a bus ride to Bar­ quet will be held at tho church 0:30 a.m. under the supervi­ cup streamers with a large t h o College ol Agriculture, sion of Garrett Post and War . izenship Institute at Douglass patient. rett Zoo, Staten Island, where on Tuesday at OiSO-p.m Brunswick, Tuesday Mrs. Berea, Philadelphia. Pa. ren Bernhardt. A nuraery ls c»ko forming tho centerplooo N e w Mrs. Frank H. DUbs, Mrs. College, Mew Brunswick, In at tho Form ate. Com* Mr. and Mrs. John C. Hes- the youngsters saw several Presbyterian Churoh conduotod tor ohlldron whose on tho buffet supper table, A 1ovonlng try O lub,. 0Mnp*'>YUK, t*v o t, June and her alternate will W. Oliver Dlggin and M r s.' sey and son, Mark, Newark, animals, birds and vartoua BayvtowCUtrwooO \ u e ’iW n ol soo.toudB and linosparents wlah to attend t h e Beach arranged Bohormerliorn la retiring In __be Miss Donna R a lfa .... ........ ' Spafford W. Schanck s p e n t Bpent the weekend with Mr type .of m arine,, life.- -a f t o r Rov. Franoir Oaterstook’ - worshlD servico*at 10:49 a.m, \of-tlie-valloy w a s May 1 In New York w h e r e which they returned to t n c June. Among tlio 900 guests ovor tlio cake. The glfls woro Mrs. John Kinney, .general and Mrs. Frederick M.- lie S' ■ Church school olasses meet J u n i o r Y o u t h Fellowship Hanna home and had refresh­ on Sundny at B;4S a.m. wltb mecta at 7 p.m arranged undor a large um­ woro tho John Oambllngs, th, Chairman, reported plana for they attended a ‘ matinee- per­ sey. ' . formance of "The ■ Happiest ‘ ments. the dinner dance to he held The For and Naar Society brella ln llio-jcontor of t h e MoCixims, Mr. and Mrs, John i John M. Boost ls . spending , . Guests were Allen Richards. Joseph Sinclair, general au . Bept. '41 at the Molly Pitcher Millionaire.” Cook, nnd Mr. and Mrs. Jo t room. . ln c h t r g s , meets Monday at s p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bednard /this week In Charleston, S. C. Craig M e K e e n . L o i s Ann perlntcndent, , . 1Hotel. Red Bank, for the bene­ Mls» Ilnnley will become Bears, A congregational mooting M r. and Mrs. J. Raymond Smith, Robert J. Malknrfis, Christian Family Sunday will a n d daughter, Sandra, Bev­ fit of the building fund. Dave Mr. anti Mrs. Norman DunKetchel - spetit Thursday ln bo 'observed at the 11 a.m. will be held tn tho ahurch the brldo of Donald 8 a s s, Huggins orchestra will fur- erly, spent, the weekend with New York, having dinner at Jr., Elalno Carlsen, Rlobard worship service at w h l o h house on Wednesday at 8 p.m Koansburg, on Saturday, Juno lmm nnd daughter, Kathleen, Mrs. Marlon Parish. Davis, Worsdell Pearson, Jr.. nlsh the music for dancing. time tho sormon toplo will be Senior choir rehearsal Is 1 at st. Thomas Clnirali, Old Avenel, woro Saturday even­ the Sheraton-Astor Hotel and Mrs. William R. Craig en­ attending the evening perfor­ Charles Geran, Deborah Gun­ ■'Christian F«mlly Life." A hold Thursday, May is, at 8 Bridge, M r s . Read,, newly-elected ing visitors of Mr. and Mrs, kle, Richard Rembert, Shelley president, and Mrs, Karl Heu- tertained her bridge c l u b mance of “My Fair Lady." p.m, Seventy guosts wTire present Howard Dunham. nursery Is provided for chil­ BlacIH James Stryker. Jenni­ Thursday. Winners were Mrs. Mr, aud Mrs, Albert Hop­ Ber, first vice president a r e from Koansburg, Id a a t dren- during the worship serrMrs. Jay F. Hostetter, Mrs. Oethiemano Lutheran Church Orange, Irvington, .the delegates to the state an­ Paul Av Egan, M rs/ J o s e p h Warren E, Abrams and Mrs. fer Jennings, Bruce Rodman, ieo. W 0 0 d- kins and daughter, J e a n n e , Maplo PI., Keyport nual spring convention In At- Baler and Mrs. Edward W. Ralph W. Herrick recently re­ James ond Jeffrey Heth, Jo­ hrldgo, Rahway, Sayrovlllo, and Janet |C|eemun, were Sat­ Explorer Post 10 will meet Ann Davis, Edward Pearson. Rov Frederick Boos, Fastpr South Amboy, Rod U it n k, urday vhltora of Mr. anil Mrg. lantlc City Tuesday-to Friday, Currie. turned h o m e from several The group was accompanied Monday at 7 p.m. with Jaok Tliero aro two services an Perth Amboy, Holmdol, Mor­ Oeorgo ICostuk, Freehold, Mrs. Leroy H. Slckels at­ days visit with Mrs. George May 14 to IT. Alternates are Olsen, leader, presiding. The to the zoo by Mr. and Mrs. Mr, nnd Mrs. I'aul blahota, Matawan, Mra, Paul A. Egan and Mrs. tended the Alumnae D a y F. Hostetter, Lancaster, Pa. board of trustees, of whloh Sunday; mntlns at 8:30 a m gan, 1C oy ; 0 r t, Hanna, Mrs. WlUtam Bmtth, and tho regular servlco at 11 Jr., woro visitors Snlurday of Thurman Nealls, respectively. luncheon at Georgian Court, Mrs. Winfield Wilson. W>11- Jr., Mrs. James Heth, M i s s John Perkins Is president, o'clock. Sunday School begins Luiircncc Harbor, Cllffwood, Browntown and Chconcquukn. Mr. and Mrs, John K r i l l ak, Members were asked to re­ Lakewood, Saturday. Uamstown, Mass.. was t he. Carol Svlakto and Miss Peggy will meet at 7:30, p.m. ln tho at 0:49 a m. Wl|llam Lehman, South Riv­ Freehold, turn their dallup Poll Ques­ church offleo In the manse. Mr. and Mrs. John DISllva, guest of Mrs. William R. Nicholas Killers and grimdtionnaires and their- recolpts Kingston, Mass/, Bpent Tues­ Craig at luncheon at Sardt’s. Palm. ........ .. ....... ............— Boy Scout froop 10 meets Kmmanuel Anemblloi, Ol Qod er, furnished eniortalnmont from Goubaud of Paris. Res­ day and Wednesday with Mr. New York, Saturday. Tuesday at 7 p.m. under the Middle lid., North Centerville and provided muslo for duno- daiightor, Mins Adele Klileri, , Ing. wero Saturday evening guest* F e llo w s h ip T ea G iv e n ervations for the May break and Mrs. Wllliaip R. Craig. direction of George W e 1nRov. Ellnn Ellison, Pastor ' Mr. and Mrs. M i c h oesl of Mr. nnd Mrs, Joseph Wei* fast to btf held May 20 at Pet-, brenncr, Scoutmaster. Bunday School Id at 0:40 Mrs. Harold.M. Jones’, Bos­ lnl«, Huyrcvllle, erson'a Buttonwood M a n o r , ton, Mass., Is visiting Mr. and Brown, Edgemere Dr., a n d F o r C h u r c h M e m b e r s H o a 1 ln g Prayer Oroup a.m.; (ho morning worship at B a n q u e t T o n ig h t Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Staer, Matawan, will close May 17. Mra. Stanley FJ Bartram. A fellowship tea was given m e e t s Wodnosday at 1:30 11 o'clock and evening service R a v i n e Dr., attended the (lard of Thanks Installation of officers w i l l Tho Clli is Friendly Society, Mr. and Mrs. W 1111 a m Shrlncra' dinner and dance by the boatd of deacons of the p.m.'; Wostmlnster Fellowship at 7:30 p.m. The family ot the lato Fran­ lak e place at that time Tho y o u n g people moot of Trinity IGplncopnl Cliurcll, Mackey, New York, were re­ held at the Crescent Temple. First Presbyterian C h u r c h, at 0:30 p.m. and Wobcloa Den Refreshments were served cent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Trenton, Saturday. Matnwan, will hold a inni-her ces ciuno w i s h to thank all Matawan, on Bunday after­ at 7:30 p.m. with R o b s r t Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. by Mrs. Arthur Friedman, George Hazlett. Prayer mooting held Thurs­ nnd daughter banquet at 7 tholr fi'lcntls, neighbors a n d noon ln tlio lectaro room for Trumpore, leader. Mrs. J e n n i e B. Etllwell, hospitality chairman; Mr B. p.m, tonight In tlio parish lull relatives for tholr many kind­ day at B p.m. Mr. and Kirs. J. Franklin Washington Ave,, who ha a the members of the church Cllffwood Community Sophie Weinstein, Mrs. Wil­ of the church, A Philippine nesses during their recent hoand the new members w h o Metliodl.t Church P in t Methodlal Church Especially t h a liam Slavln and Mrs, Frank Dominick entertained at djn been a medical patient ln Joined during the' month of theme will bo followed « 11 d l eavemont. ner at Peterson's Buttonwood Monmouth Memorial Hospital, Rov. Richard YBussy, Pastor Main St., Malawan Drogan. funds realised will bo used to ltev, Chester Galloway and tho Manor, Saturday. Ouests were Is recuperating ln tho Mount February and the Easter sea­ Sunday morning Worship ts nev, Albort D. Curry, Pastor educate children of tho clergy- lJedlo Funeral Home. . ' Mr.- and Mrs. Charles El. Pleasant Manor Rost H o m e. son. Sunday morning worship Is men in tho Philippines, A col Tlie Clune Fam ily......... The now mcmbiirs who at­ at 9 a.m.; church school at 0:45 D e m o c r a t ic C lu b N a m e s Hunt, Brlelle; Mr. and Mrs Freneau. Mrs. Stllwoll expects M .Y.F, meets at 7:30 at 8:45 and 11 a,m> ii u n d o y ored film on the Philippine ........ Mrs. Florence Sprsgu* tended were Mr. and Mrs. a.m. George, L: Doubller and Mr. to return to her somc within Maurice Donahue, Holmdel; p.m School convenes at 9:43 a,m, Islands will ho shown, O f f ic e r s F o r 1 9 5 7 - 5 8 jO- Ills adv ..... and Mrs. Peter A, Read. a period of three weeks. Tlie Commission or Finance M r. and Mrs. Ralph KnappcnLeroy H. Slckels Is spending Thomas A, Francy was Re­ _____ will meot Monday at 8 j.m. Edward W. Currie and sons, berger, Middletown; Mr. and elected president'of tbe Mata­ this week ln Corpus Christl, Billy and David; K e n n e t h Mrs. Michael Dunyak, Hazlet; wan Democratic Club a l a Tex. Farrington and David Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Llnke, Y o u t h D a n c e P la n n e d A ll- D a y P ic n ic meeting held Thursday even­ Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Die­ a t t e n d e d Rlngllng Brothers Laurenco Harbor; J o s e p h ing ln the Matawan H e a l t h trich recently were dinner Bamum and Bailey Circus at Douglas Alt, Morganvllie; Mr. B y P*TA F o r J u n e 15 Mr. snd , Mrs, James A. Center, Broad St. Other offi­ guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Madison Square Gafdcn, New and Mrs. Oeorgo Marshall, cers re-elected were Mr a . Norton, Fair Haven. The executive board of tlio Noddlms, Matnwan, , enter> York, on May 1. Mrs.%Walter Jurman, M i s s talnod at an all-day p i c n i c Harold Costello, vice presi­ Edith Clark. Ltnda Leo Rit­ M a t a w a n Township High Sunday? Guosts woro Mr. snd Mr_.and Mrs. E . Murray dent; Mrs. Everett Phillips, Todd returned , home ter, Sarah Louis, Pearson, Al­ Scbool Parent-Teacher Associ­ Mrs. Edward Rleth, Mr, and last secretary; Mrs. Harold Deltz, Thursday from a threo week's S c o u ts , B r o w n ie s H a v e fred Joseph Raven and Don­ ation met at tho homo of tho Mrs. W 11 I) ur Fielder and treasurer; Mrs. Paul Pouzenc, trip to California and Phoenix, ald Samuel Weir, Matawan. daughter, Wendy; Mr, nn d financial secretary. Nicholas Arlz. At tbe Los Angeles Air­ I n t e r n a t io n a l D in n e r Mrs. George Hazlett a n d president, Mrs. George Hitter, Mrs. John Blit a and chlldrtn, Brady was elected to t h e port, they accldcntly n e t Mr, Tho Girl Scoutg and Brown­ Mrs. ,BcnJamln Dennis served Broad St., Monday evening, James, Joan and T o m m y; newly., created office of ser­ and Mrs. I Richard E. E r d- ies of V 'awan held an inter at the tea table,........ The association will sponssr a Mr. nnd Mrs, Thomas Nod­ ..... N EW A N D USED CARS . geant-at-arms. mann, Malawan. national dinner Thursday In danco for all the youth of tho dlngs nnd eon, Douglass! Mr. Uo Honmoutli Sir*,I Opposll, Carlton Thsalr, 'Mrs. Gustav J. Freret, Fair the Matawan High Scliool oafMrs. Frederick K. Dederlck community June IS at tho Le­ nnd Mrs. Wllllam'C. Noddlngs Haven, Monmoulh C o u n t y entertained her bridge c l u b eterla with about 160 Scouts M r s . M a r y H y e r N a m e d gion Hall, Main St.. Walt Hlae- and daughter. Osral) E l l o n , S h o d y s ld e 7-454S — 7-6000 Democratic vice chairman, Friday evening. Prize winners and Brownies attending. The F irst V ic e P r e s id e n t und Lnurle, Nancy and Jamlo ger’s . orchestra will furnloli Noddlnss. was a guest and spoke brief­ were Miss Patricia MOKcen, troops assembled In the gym­ Mra. Mary Hyer, Keyport, a ly. John W. Applegate, coun a substitute; Mrs. O e o r g e nasium whore they held tho music for dancing. Mrs. ly chairman, alsi was present Barnell, Brooklyn, and Mrs. flag ceremony and group sing­ member of Lilac Orove &S. fo- William Bowlc Is chairman. ccntly was elected state first and spoke. An Invitation was Conrad Johannsen. ing, which waa led by Mr i. Parents of high school stu­ v.co president ol tlie tiuprcmc extended to attend the annual Mr. and Mrs. Calvin D. William Groft, senior leader. Forest Woodmen Circle, at a dents will receive a l e t t e r L O O K h a . d fi.lg n a t.d ROYAL T V S A L E S S S E R V IC E spring luncheon on May Ifllh Following ihe singing, t h o Pearce entertained at dinner state contention held at tho wHhln tho next few dsys con­ sponsored by the Monmouth girls marched Into the cafe­ Saturday. Their guests were 31 W a s h in g t o n S t., M a t a w a n H o t e l HUdebrccht, Trcntoli. County Women's Democratic Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Moser, teria for dinner. Tlie dessert Mrs. Hyer and Mru- Mary Far­ taining tho president's report Club, to be held at Crystal d> Woodbrldge; Mr. and Mrs. A. was representative of b e 1 n g rell wero dclcuales from ihe for tlie year, a questionnaire Brook Inn. Eatontown. / V. Anderson, Fords; Mr. and from a forelun country- It wan local grove. Other officers Indicating the parents' specific Daniel Manclni and Charles Mrs. A. Edgar Palm; Mr. and shared by all tho troops ln a elected wert Mr«. Julia Kerr, preference for P-TA assign­ O'llare, Democratic eandl Mrs. J. P. Cooper, Jr., a n d smorgasbord manner. state pre&idcnl; Mra. J r o n o ments and notice of a ctkedates for the Matawan Bor Miss Elizabeth Ann Cooper, Following dinner, the girls Wattal, eccoud vlco president; leos cake sale. ough Council, addressed t h e returned to ths gym. where a Mr. nnd Mr*. Ralph W. Her­ Mra. Graco O r o b , secretary; Election of officers and an­ members. . rick spent several days wltb iklt about Julietta Low. who Mrs. KaUietlne Grime, treaaur- nual report* will feature t h a Other routine business w»« Mr. ind Mrs. Arthur P. Trc- was founder of the Q l r l er. MUs LouUfl i'atrJck In- next regular meeting of t h o S c o u t s , was prescntad by eUllcd t h e ncwjyelecled of­ P-TA on May 23. conducted after which a social whella, New York. Mr. a n d Mrs. VanWlnkle Trbop 117, under ths iMder- ficers. hour was enjoyed. Committee Others sUcndlng were Mrs. ai/ta and awards for achlcve* Hugh Doyle, Mrs. C h a r l e s ind election board members Todd spent several days with ■hip of Mrs. Vernon Ellison o( tlio t h t r d district were their son-in-law ar.d daughter and Mrs. William McDonald. menv wero made, Mrs. Hyer Meckei1, Mrs. 11. C. Maccla, »na Mrs, E a il Hmltli, Mr». Ver Dr. William Ashley and Mrs The senior troop worked In merited fin oinlild hosts. L o o k lay s; “ I f it's Electric, M o ther Ashley. Ban Anselmo. Calif. various ways aiding the com a pearl nccfclitclr, Mr». I ’IIra non Ellison, Mrs, Ca I v I n w ill lovo I d ” Ligh te n her cliorei, Mr. and Mrs. Edward W mlUec. Members of tho com r;etli Hubert, Cliffwood, outgo I’curce, arid Luther Foster, Currie and Mr. and Mra. J mlttee w e r e Mrs. Rdgar Ing ftr&t vice, president, alno Matawan llluh Hchool prlncl brighten her day. Y o u can't give your Raymond , Ketchel attended Palm. Mrs. Calvin P e a r c e fuccojnp^nlea Mr« Jlyer and pil, ‘ . ‘ M < p B flner, more welcomo gift than an the dedication of the woman', Mrs. T bom ai„,aifnon, Mr • Mra. F an ell. locker room, and dinner at the Wwta Korlefitiuas. Milt. J. fl llio eale of tttiles J and K electric appliance, ra d io or T V » « i , : CO LO T ’S, Matawan Bavlnji Bondi are not ftub- ftuvtiigt Bonds waa discontin­ Manasquan River Ooll < o d BtwnueJ. 'Bsndy i reai'cs and P a t He ills tr* Senior Dcouti i«ct to inark^t fluctuation. ued on Apr, HO, , ' . , Q uick Battery Service Country Club,. Saturday,

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MATAWAN JOURNAL : First Section / P a g e Six : May 9, 1957

Nursing School To. Join Rutgers The School of Nursing at Middlesex General Hospital, New ■Brunswick, announced recently that lt will become part of Rutgers College of Nursing. D r. Mason W. Gross, presi­ dent of tbe hospital’s board of trustees, said the students would study at the New Brunswick campus an d - do clinical work at the hospital. The p r o g r a m technically 'would end the hospital’s school, founded ln 1013. v Dr. Gross, who also Is pro­ vost ol Rutgers, snld the Rutgers-Mlddlesex affiliation will -create— t b e -first —university nursing- school In C e n t r a l New Jersey. He noted t h a t the school traditionally h a d operated at a substantial loss to the hospital. The hospital probably will offer the univer­ sity its dormitory and class­ room facilities! Dr., G r o s s Bald.. The new program will pro-

vide more nurses than t h e hospital does now. The univer­ sity will accelerate the threeyear program to two y e a r s, thus turning out more nurses. Rutgers has the two-year cur­ M o n r o e Eisner, chapter riculum at Its Newark Branch ln Overlook Hospital, Summit, chairman of t h e Monmouth and It Is the only such course County Red Cross, 'received in the nation accredited by reports a n d presented two the National League for Nurs­ guest speakers at the recent ing. , . meeting of the Chapter Board At- the-end* of~two-yearsr 6f- Directors, Mrs. J. -Henry students,will receive Associate O'Hern, chairman of Junior Degrees. With credits toward Red Cross, introduced Roljett Bachelor’s Degrees. They wUl Earle,Istudent at A t l a n t i c be eligible for the required Highlands High School, w h o state board, examinations fo r, Is the: president of the Junior registered nurses, Btudents Red Cross County-Wide Coun­ wishing Bachelor’s Degrees cil. He also Is a delegate to will continue for two years at the Junior Red Cross Eastern the college. There will be op­ Area Advisory Council which portunities for graduate work, met ln Alexandria, Va., re and possibly a doctorate de­ cently. Robert ls, one of 10 teen-age students chosen from gree. D r.,Gross'said Rutgers will 16 states th a t' meets twice take over the program ln Sep­ year for the purpose ot ex­ tember 1058. T h e hospital's changing Ideas and offering school will accept no f r e s h- possible solutions. Mrs. ,Henr| Ollneer, Junlfir* Red C r o s s men this fall, “ Nursing schools have been teacher-sponsor, also was . in­ the last at the professional troduced. Mrs, Ollnger has schools to come Into the uni­ been a Red Cross volunteer versity., fold/'-Dr.-Gross said, for M rears. Mrs. S. Leonard Davidson, “By re-establishing Its school on a college basis, Middlesex Fair Haven, spote to t h e ls placing nursing on the level board about her Red C r o s s service as a social welfare where lt belongs.” aide, explained the m a n y As 111 the efts* of 1116 E nf nsqlklnnrpr of fered' tb Bond, the annual limit on new servicemen, their families and purchases of H Bonds will be to veterans and pointed o u t $10,000 (face value) Instead of that this grayp of volunteers work under the supervision of $20,000. ' '

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Because New Jersey d o e s uot 'have sufficient local laboi ib plant anu barvest its crops tlie recruitment of farm laboi ls a year-round activity ol the N. J. State Employment Herv Ice. Right now its represents tives are ln Florida lntervlewIng crew leaders and heads or migrant families pointing out the advantages of-working in tbe Garden State this season and telling of tbe types of farms seeking their services. According to John J . Yen elk, director of the N. J. Divi­ sion of Employment Security, tbe Florida recruitment, h a s been undertaken to fill the needs of 185 of the state's farmers who- require m o r e than 5000 workers for the com­ ing season. Orders from other farmers Will-bo filled f ro m different sources. “ For many years New Jer­ sey bps not bad an adequate s u p p ly jo M g ca lJarm —worKera to p l a n t and/ harvest our crops. Without the ^workers I r o n Florida, off-contlnent and aay-haul workers our ag­ ricultural activities could - not exist at -their present high lev­ el,” Mr, Yenclk revealed He pointed out that l a s t A heavy cirutser produces 4000 servings of bakery pro­ year the state needed, ln ad­ ducts per day for her crew. dition to the 7500 from t h e

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tal HeaJtL Association will be h e l d i t Shauowbrook Inn. R o u t e 35, Shrewsbury on Tuesday evening, June 4th, Following a short business meeting at 6:30 p.m., a buffet dinner will be served comt n e n c la g a t7 ' p.m.— The guest'speaker will be M r s . Arthur F. Ackerman, Summit, a vice' president of the New Jersey Ifental Health Association and president Of the Dnlon County M e n t a l Health Association. Mrs. Ackermaln has been outstanding In the- organization and pro: motion of the mental health movement in New J e r s e y . Residents of this area promi­ nent’ In administrative, relig­

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Alfred L, Conover. Conover Rd-, Wickatunk, recently has been accepted i n J; o Realtor membership by the New Jer­ sey Association of Real Es­ tate Boards, lt was announced by the president of tbe asso­ ciation, Roland R. H a r d e n . The . association’s member­ ship, exclusive of salesmen ln Realtor offices, now is 2386, M r, Harden added. ■ .

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Witnesses Attend 3-Day Convention The Keyport Congregation o l Jehovah's Witnesses s e n t over 52 delegates to the cir­ cuit convention held in t h e Elizabeth Armory, May 3rd through 6th. " . The theme of the three-day program was “ Teli the Good News," planned to help local _ witnesses more efficiently to bring their neighbors g o o d news on righteous conditions to come to earth through God’s Kingdom, w ljiih w i tiwsse.s believe'wilV soon mani­ fest its power over earth. Supervising t h e program was Angelo A. Catanzaro, dis­ trict minister for s e v e r a l northeastern states. Assisting h im was Charles F. Williams, circuit minister (or Central New Jersey, and a number of qualified ministers from the Perth Amboy, New Brunswick and. Keyport congregations. Two highlights of the as­ “ . . . Are you. sure that veterinarian in the sembly were a baptism cereWant Ads fixes cuckoo clocks?” __ m o n y on Saturday at 1:30 p.m ., and a special..free pub 11c lecture by Mr. Catanzaro The new H Bond wlil ma on the subject "Removing the Savings Bonds will be re­ Barriers Dividing Mankind’ placed by the Treasury with­ ture in 10 years. Previous ma­ ...on S u n d a y afternoon at 3 out cost, if lost, stolen or des­ turity-was nine years a n d o ’clock. troyed, .......................................... eight months.

I t ’s spring cleaning, a n d ftx-up time, for motorists too. Proper and thorough prepara­ tion now for warmer-weather driving w i l l pay handsome dividends in -comfort, safety and economy In tlie months to. come, adyisea Keystone Automobile'Club. ‘W i n t e r always ‘takes something out’ of automobiles, both old nnd new. so It’s the wiser motorist, indeed, w h o takes time out, right now, to get things shipshape again,” says Samuel T. Milliken. serv­ ice manager of Keystone. iThe KAC official listed the following " t h i n g s to do” : D r a i n anti-freeze solution from radiator, flush and re' fill: c h e c k hosellnes f o r breaks or weak spots: check radiator for damage to cores; check air pressure in t i r e s and keep up to manufac­ turer's specifications; switch tires on all four wheels to in­ sure more even wear. Have b r a k e s and brake fluid, c y l i n d e r s and lines checked ;r make c e r t ft 1n nil lights and turning'signals are functioning perfectly: t u n e motor for belter gas mileage: charge motor oil to a r o d o r viscosity; check filter for pos­

sible replacement.' Check-windshield wiper ac­ tion and cleaning efficiency of blades; check exhaust (or pos­ sible breaks to eliminate car; bon monoxide dangers; lubri­ cate chassis and have body bolts tightened If necessary; replace cracked or broken glass; clean up and repaint rust spots; clean out g l o v e compartment; mako certain sun glasses are handy.

Taxpayers Arc To Keep Tax Records A reminder to federal In­ c o m e taxpayers to retain their coplea ol- returns recent­ ly closed tux filing period was Issued recently by District D i­ rector Chris L. Gross of the Camden office of tlie Internal Revenuo Service. Records of Income a n d expense used in preparation of the return /tilso ■should bo kept, he said. “Tax records must be re­ tained for at least three years from the deadline date, Apr.. 15,” Mr. G r o s s satd "There always is the possibil­ ity that a taxpayer may be called upon to furnish p r o o f of his income and deductions Keeping copies of r e t u r n s and records will help b o t h him and the revenue service in such caeos. “Beyond this requirement,

taxpayers'should find that re­ tention of their oopies of re­ turns will help them In filing next year, especially if there ls no major chiingo; in their fi­ nancial status. In addition, the revenue service urges that all records of 1057 expenditures, cnncolled chocks, receipts, no­ tations of contributions, stato and local taxes, Interest pay­ ments a n u other deductible Hems, be retained for refer­ ence In computing 1057 ..feder­ al returns.” Mr, Gross pointed out that district and local olllcea of the revenue service are glad to provide information 'through­ out the year preferably by telephone. “ All we ask ls that the tax­ payer have the facts and fig­ ures relating to Ills problem correctly In mind," Mr. Gross declared. The Asbury P a r k office ls at 401 Munroe Ave. The plione number lo call for Information or assistance ls Prospect 5-1800. In C h o r a l G r o u p

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Cf.ndiloro and Steph­ en Ijflvacs. trustees; H a r r y Llegel, guard; Robert/ Cahill, public relations officer, P a s t. Commander Charles C a, n d *11 o r o presented Mr. Fletcber, retiring commander with a past commander’s ring from *he members of the Post __in recognition of his services for the past year. Mrs. Jo* seph Loeffler, on behalf of the - Corps Mothers and their chil__ dren,_prescnted_. a_check ...to James Moffat, chairman of thev corps, for $300. This mon­ ey waa realized from tbe sale oi Easter candy by the Corps Mothers Association. Miss Mildred Meehan, Bergenfleld. won the special award. During tbe social h o u r which followed, refreshments were served and dancing en­ joyed.


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FCDA Stockpiles Would Aid U. S. After Huge Attack

Sunday Guests At Ihurcli Tea; News

MR and Mrs. Oeorge Mar­ First Section shall, Westbury Homeo. and Page Nina Mrs. W a l t e r Jurm an and May 9. 1957 daughters, Leo and A n i t a , Cheesequake, were guests at a recoptlon tea for new mem­ One o! the world • largest bers, at Uie -' Presbyterian “hardware dealers” aelli no mer* Tho citics ol Easton, Strouds­ Church, Matawan, on Sunday chondise, has an 80,000-ton "In­ burg, and Scranton, Pa., de­ ventory" which is constantly in­ pended ‘ on emergency pumps afternoon. \ ; creasing, and hopes that none ol and purifiers for their city water Motawan scored Its fourth ttffiKtrKrcfipuvnte the ’’hardware’' wlli ever be in August 1053. FCDA medical Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas Or- dual mfcet victory of the seaHMS TlUtirr TlfiuMfV, supplies and 000 cots alleviated used. • cimrdo, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin m - fu n m rm if" , Tills vast stockpile of machinr human suflering ln Marysvllla 0 n ' ■yesterday, overcoming Walling, and Mr. and Mrs Leonardo’s trncK team at the mvoilic. tMLTlb UNITZD NRTIOHS cry and supplies, housed -in. G3 and Yuba City, Calif., in Doaco, itis ten srofies William Schulmolstcr, Cheese- Middletown Township h 1 g h .... msTottiirmmmcM warehouses across the-natlon, Is comber 1D55. whllo pumps HUHMO scum stoeseettmrmmtrp bailed out Inundated Yuba City. the Federal Civil Defense Ad­ qunkc, traveled by auto to school's Held. Tho score was iftn m r suw/utp. M n m m tfm m n s ministration’s store of items Toms ltlvcr on Saturday 70 38. . ' smjATei>oni8Aa&oib?which. would be urgently and evening whore they had din­ uM m m pK tosritixii. Jmmcriiatoly needed if tho United Tlnu's were well off record ner nt Coby’s.. new restaurant. States were ever attacked, liinrks, Tom DeJesus w o n Ye Okie Cedar Inn. • • » *“... * Ihrce 'tirsl^ for -Maiawaiiv --tn -— IT -INCLUDES'_auch_ widely both -dashes—nnd...tho—broad diverse items ^as medical sup* vulior and daughters, Biiarbii Jump. Davo Jones took two. ln plies . and . blood “capandcnr and Judy, Hiiyi'cvl!Ie,:,nnd WllttotKtfmiKcstrrift tho low hurdles and Javelin, (chcmlcals which augment whola llnm Dietrich, C 1If [ w o o d Lou Armour In tho shot put, blood), portable emprgeticy hos­ W tO A HD JIllYISIOt/CAPm L Bench, were Sunday evening Dob Doits in tho Jnvclin, Ken . - C f AMERICA, J M K ir iU O i pitals, gasoline-operated pumps, v i s i t o r s of Mr. and Mrs. Williams In tho high hurdles - a m tx is apocal „• generators and water purifiers, fa/hfror uewiUKKS and radiological *'survcy jnetcra'* Chnrlos Burlew, Clice»equnke. and Purvis Peeler in tho 440 for dclccllng fallout. tusiutssttsnrm m m m ^ Mr. and Mrs. clydo Uowno wero oilier winners lor t h o # ACTWTICS. tS3W t , Vt FCDA warehouses of atl and Mlsa Mario B o w n e, Maroon and Stool,' C h a r l i e types are' located from t AHm/CA OFn t HKTOIIIC MAYfLOWK. BOTHW U X H A m co l, 100 s U . tln.h — Dejeiu. tM), 11.11 the Rev, Fred Bowen will be in somo recent floods. his homo ln CheesCnunko. more quickly. ifcda photo) Armcr/ovs erm tigfT 'w w Y orkua sumaatrnsrivAv. H (Lt, Khlier II.). Tlm.i 10.# for,. assisted by several parents, U2Q \tl. lin.U — U.Joiu. tM), 11.11 Mr. and Mrs. C h r i s J The uembers are starting tho Hoeturo (1.1. Tlm«: U.t ;«v. ICIruhnian, Cedar arovo, at­ (t,t, ,40 yil, run — l’rcler (M), ft. Jonra sale of tea and coffee to as tended tlio class ' rcuulon of (M), l’crl.Ki ILI, Tlmo: tt.l wci. slst them in meeting a pledge nub yii. run — 11. Hclionnmskw tho 1047 Class of M s l a w a ll to pay for the kitchen of the II,). Varrlah IM). Mcl.iurtn ll.). High School, nt Crystal Brook Tlinoi 2 mini. II leel, , church. Inn, Eatontown, on Saturday m il run — J, Rouinson (I.), l’"H» Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kono' 1057 time, 12-5, allowing them sev ed on the Bayville Regional loser from ihe Shore {tan* terlng teams ln tha 880, 440, ference **BM race. . mile and one-and-seven-elghths. en hits. He made three hit; diamond-Tuesday when t b e The Keys will play a post* mile medley races. There al­ hlmselt to help win his owi-. Red Raiders plucked tho Gol­ den Eagles clean of all feath­ poned game off today when so will be Maroon and .Steel game. It made his rccord 2-1 \ they visit Rumson. On Tues­ entries 1a the high and 1 o w to date. He will pitch n e x i ers to tbe tune of 18 to 0. against, t h e University o: Ray LoPresto, star hurler day they' go to South 3Am­ hurdles e v e n t s and In the Massachusetts at Worcester for the Red and White, con­ boy for a fam e with Hoff­ Shore Conference mile and • Bayshore Little League seatributed a no-hit game to the man High. Coach T u f f y freshman mile but John Carac­ Saturday. massacre, fanning 10 Bayvllle> Baker's Bed and \Yb it e clolo admits this ls more to sod will open officially Mon­ trackmen will have a dual break ln men new to ‘track for batters of the 28 to'face h im / day night with games at Atco H walked six but nary a Bay­ meet at KHS with Bayville coming seasonsOval, Keyport;' Middlesex Rd. ville runner-got to second base. Regional on Wednesday. iPurvls Peeler, Tomas De­ T he Maroon and1 Steel field, • Ma' vwan, and Cllffwood For two Innings lt was a balltossers go to Bayville Jesus, Dave Jones, Bob Ben­ Little League field. The teams ball game. Tbe Keys g o t for a game Tuesday. T h e nett, Charlie Short and Joel will play a total of 71 games away to a run lead ln t h e Mlckalyo are the squad mem­ Matawan contributed the er­ MHS track t^am f a c e t first when Pumkln B r o w n bers from whom tlie 440, 880 rors at critical moments to before the first half of t h e Neptune In a dual m e e t tripled and scored on a pass­ and m ile teams will be chosen. season concludes on July 3. assure Vern Havens, P o .l D.' ,. away Wednesday. ed -ball. Richie Pine, Bay vllle In t h e one-and-seven-elghths Pleasant’s star pitcher, . h i s There will be games Mondays hurler, was put ln a bad spot mile medley race, Fred Par­ first verdict over them at the and Wednesday nights at Atco by his mates’ errors at the rish will run the 880, Rich Oarnet Gulls field Friday. 8-2. : Oval, Tuesday and Thursday start of the third when Frank Wenner the 440, .Short the 220 The Maroon and Steel b e a t Mlele and Bill Eastmond were and H al Deltz, the mile. sights at Keyport High field, Havens twice last year a n d Walter Tyler, Union Beacb player, wastes no time getting underway In tbe first Inning put on base In tbls way. Hank The hurdles races will see has blasted him ln their open­ and the Middlesex Rd. a n d against Matawan Tuesday In a Bayshore Junior High School Conference game at MHS field, Cleary walked to load t h e Lou Armour, Walt Furon, Jim ing game this season. Cllffwood Ave. fields are avail­ Bob Uaslach, Matawan catcher, anxiously watches the course of the batted ball. sacks. LoPresto then unloaded - Locked ln a tie for the lead­ Kudrlck, Ken Williams and Bob Cold, pitching for the able for use by the L i t t l e a grand-slam home run and ership of the Shore Confer- Mel Vreeland-in actlon. In the the rout was on. A-walk and e n c e " " B " division, Keyport special Shore Conference, mile Huskies; had- fi coDtrol^lapse ~ League any n i g h t . ___ two more errors, followed by and Lakewood met a second E d Jones, Jim Farrell, B o b at the start of the third Inning ...There are four teams from hits by Mlele and Brown ran time this season Friday. The Rankl and Qlenn -Trout will which ruined the1 game f o r ' L O O K IN G Keyport, the Cardinals, Raldthe KHS total up to seven for Plners took this vital test at run, For the freshman event. him. Matawan had taken a ers, Braves and Bears; three KHS field with a four-run ral­ Coach Caracclolo has Mitch one-run lead ln the second on the InningIT O V E R t e a m s from Matawan, the Larry Way camer"on to hurl ly ln the ninth after the con­ Hamilton, Bob Condlt, J oh n a walk to Rich Wenner, a hll Tho Huskle thinclads re­ Mt.roon and Steel hopes of for Bayville and he got the test was deadlocked two-all at Conover, Sam Kay, Ed Hyrne batsman and Pete- Bennett's Terriers, Blue Jays and Ti­ double. The Culls wiped this , mained on the unbeaten list being a factor ln tbe Shore gers, and two teams from WALTER SHORT, secretary ln Shore Conference competi­ same dose ln the fourth. Four the i end of the regulation sev­ and Qeorge Ritter, out ln the third when G o I d walks, two e r r o r s and two en Innings. ;................ " Cllffwood, the Angel? and the Conference " B ” pennant race of the N. J . State InterschoThe N . J.* State interscholas- loaded the sacks with none The Keys should have won tlc Athletic Association spon­ Raritan Bay Lions. Tho An­ faded on t h e Lakewood dia­ lastlo Athletic Association, re­ tion In a dual meet with the more hits by Mlele and Brown out by walking Bob Hoffman. gels formerly were the Pl- mond Tuesday when the Plners ports that, to Ills knowledge, Rumson track team May 1, added up to another brace ol ln the eighth. Charley Allocco sors part of tbe events: at R a l p h Wilson and Gerhard : rates ana the Lions formerly drubbed Matawan 11-6.. The Matawan Is the first Qroup I winning 86-31, and getting a seven runs for C o a c h Bpb started, the'Inning with a sin­ Long Branch and the Shore Greundllng In a row. Joe Kel- : the Indians. The names were school ln the state to go on considerable a s s i s t by Tom Zampello's'forces. After that gle. Don Mlele sacrificed blm Conference the others. L a s t ly i grounded - to' Wenner to changed in tribute to the or­ victors were outhlt but they double sessions where continu­ DeJesus who scored his usual the only Interest was In Lo- along. Billy Eastmond’s safe year Matawan was disqualified forie Greundllng at second blow put AUocco on t h i r d . were hardly outplayed. Presto’s no-hltter. . . . ganizations which now are flance of an athletic program ls triple. as 880 champs one-half hour but Bennett was wide on the The lop-sided ; triumph re­ Bob Klrschner, Plner"pitcher, after the meet was over and nancially underwriting t h e D a v e Jones pitched for Involved. He states that ln Dejesus won both, the cen­ throw for a double play at . tightened down to fan H a n k duced the Shore Conference teams. ' tury and 220 dashes and re­ Matawan. He walked three Passaic and several o t h e r Ocean City declared winner on first, Hoffman and W i l s o n The schedule (the first nam­ and fanned five. His mates large cities this has occurred corded the season'p b e s t " B " race to a three-way has­ Cleary for the second out , a technicality. . scoring. Vern Havens got a ed team ls the home team with the much larger schools broad lum p at 21 feet, 2 inch­ sle between Keyport, P o i n t Tony Sepp, Lakewood’s third . Matawan finished third ln life, on Wenner’s error and Al baseman,'' threw badly to first " and the game will be played contributed seven errors to his In those locations. T h e s e es. Other Huskies recording Pleasant and Lakewood. Havens walked to load t h e the Monmouth-Ocean meet on Ray LoPresto's grouBder, Keyport (IB) In Keyport, Matawan or Cliff­ downfall.' MHS catching again schools continued their n o r ­ wins ln the hetit held at the the K e y p o r t pitcher being Saturdaiy under .circumstances sacks ag&ln. Larry C a r t e r . ab r ' wood ln accordance with the was p o c>r, P u r v i s Peeler mal athletic programs b u t Maroon oval were Bob Deltz ■. safe on the play. But t h i s which proved disturbing to then doubled to send In t w o 5 2 Tfhpme community of the team making three errors in this with male Btudent enrollments In the mile and Ken. Williams ■Mlele, cf '. , ■ . Jjreak oniy filled the base's for the MHS camp. Bob Deltz won more runs. O 1; sa first named): . »: of 1000 or more involved, no ln the high, hurdles. Deltz al­ Kurduyla, cf The Gulls got another gif I ' the Keys as Allocco hod not the javelin with a hurl over. , 4 3 ' May 13, Terriers vs. Cardi­ position and the Plners steal­ significant change I r o m full so scored a first place ln tbe C ., Brown, lb gone home on the smash wltb 140 feet and set a new meet run In: the fourth. Hoffman - B 1. n a ls ,’ Angels vs. Raiders, ing bases,at pivotal moments, session days was noted. Mr. discus event, Other wins were Eastmond, c ,' two men out. Klrschner then record. Armour went out well again drew a walk. Wl ' l s o n 3 3 Braves vs. • Blue Jays; 14, The Maroon and Steel gain­ Short believed that the lack of scored by Lou Armour ln the Cleary, ss fanhed Pumpkin Brown to re­ over 49 feet to win the shot bunted to move him along. Bears vs. Terriers, Lions vs. ed a run in the first, P e t e freshman and sophomore par­ shot but, Dave Jones ln the LoPresto. p . ,.,91. tire the side nnd keep Lake-, put. Deltz had, a 5:01 mile with Gold threw the ball-Into cen­ •.^rftjers; .'*5, Lions- v s .. Braves, ticipation: In, football practices Javelin, and Buddy Short ln Cammerano, rf ' • 4 1 Bennett led off with a hit but Bot) Nicol also doing well In ter field on the try for a force wood In the ball game. ‘ Raiders vs. Cardinals; Tigers 2 0 L. Dane, rf would be compensated for by the high Jumpwas forced by Dieter Johnson; : ; The Plners' showed their ap­ this event. Ed Jones got a at. second. Hoffman came all vs. Blue Jays; IS, Cardinals 2 2 Anderson, If THE SUMMARIES a larger dally period, of prac­ ’ preciation of this undeserved third In the javelin ' and De­ the way rotlnd on the error. Point -St&ndingt * vs. B e a r s , Angels vs. Ter- J o h n Coon bit -safely and tice for junior and senior play­ - . Ferno, If ataw an (86 ), Rum son (31) break by moving for the win­ Jesus two thirds In the dash­ Bennett and pietir, Johnson ( rlers; 20, c t r d : n s 1 1 vs. Johnson went to se c o n d, ers. in the larger city schools . 100MYard Dash—Won by DeJesus Allocco, 2b . es.1 . ; ' .. ' ] . .. ; ning, runs as soon . ar, :t h ey. walked to start the seventh Braves, Blue Jays vs.Angels; Dave Jones fl[ed out, but Carl there were enough' Junior and (M j; 2nd. D . Jones (M ); 3rd, Smtth B. Jackson, 2b ' Time: 10.1 . - . ' came to bat. The first man .. But in the ^hurdles, MHS for MHS, They advanced on a . 21, Lions vs. Angels, Terriers Stephens singled/ to score senior players tbat this could in). 220 Yard Dash—Won by DeJesus Ammaturo, 3b scored nary a point. This was up, Jim Bell, worked LoPres­ passed' ball. Bennett came In vs. Ra'lders, Bears vs, Tigers Johnson. Coon also' tried to be done easily. Mr, Short ad­ (M ); 2nd. Smith (R ); 3rd, (tie* Short ), Mlckaylo (M ). Time 20.4. to for a walk. Sepp filed out, the first time in years the Ma­ after John Coon's long fljr but 22, Braves vs. Terriers. Ti­ score but was cut down at the mitted that with Matawan's (N440 - . . 38 18 14 Yard Dash—(tie) Peder (M ), roon and Steel has failed to but Dick Work smashed a bit there the MHS threat petereo gers vs. Raiders, Angels vs. Plate. Bayville Regional (0) , , . ’ Qroup I enrollment, a greater Winner (M); 3rd, E. Jones (M). Time? 85.9. . . . • :. . off LoPresto’s, glove. Bell go­ c o u n t In the hurdles, . The out.-...-;' . Bears; 23, Raiders vs, Lions, sophomores 1. . . " r ab r h Lakewood moved' to the fore dependence, on 880 Yard Dash—Won by Tamblyn placements were on h e a t s ing to second. Larry D ’Zlo got Unhappily for Gold, e a c h Blue Jays vs. Cardinals; 27, In the second. Larry D ’Zlo a n d freshmen In , football, (R ); 2nd, Parrish (M );_3 rd , Bennett Eayres, a$ 0 against the clock!; The clock of the five walks he lssueo . Time? 2;12. .a. life when Cleary was pulled Terriers vs.. Blue Jays, Cardi­ and John Mohr singled. Ted b a s e b a l l . and basketball 0 Mile—Won by Deltc (M ); 2nd. Alzenar, ss out of position on a potential did not run right for Mata­ nals vs. Lions, Angels vs. Tl- Mitchell scored them with a makes Matawan’s an original Nicol (M ); 3rd,7 Jage n (K ). Time: Wongus, cf , 0 double play, the bases being wan. Manasquan, a t e a m figured, vitally In. Point Pleas­ • , — gers; 28.... B 1 u e Jays vs. double and he came' home on 'local" prftblem. He foresaw 0:09.5.------ :— k' ant scoring. He fanned t w o / Xlqucs, cf . 0 High Hurdles—Won by Willlama. loaded. Bell scored and the beaten by MHS ,ln a dual met, Vern Havens also walked live Braves, Raiders vs. Bears; an error. however, that the coaching of (M ): 2nd. KUdrick (M ); 3rd, Cousins Pine, p, If 0 other runners advanced on & won. Asbury Park was sec­ but only two of these were lR>. Times 15.4. . ■ 29, Lions vs. Terriers, Tigers , 1 Coach Oeorge Deltz's players track could take place ln both 0 wild pitch. John'M ohr singled ond. Low Hurdles—Won by Cousins (II)! Florl, c • , vs. Cardinals. Raiders vs. pulled close ln the-top of the divisions of the. school day, so 2nd, converted to MHS rups. He, W illiam s (M>; 3rd, D. Jonca Lowe, lb . /> 0 to score Work nnd D ’Zlo. Keyport was not represent­ fanned eight. Blue Jays; 30, Braves vs. third when Johnson doubled the Maroon and Steel could (M ). Time: 14.2. ■■ Karwacky, lb 0 Mohr went to second on an ed at Asbury Park Saturday. Discus—Won by Deltz (M ); 2nd, Raiders, Bears vs. Angels. Malawan (2). and scorcd on Stephens sec­ practice that sport even more Arm our (M ); 3rd, Vreeland (M ). Bittcnbender* rf — • Summariea .................... o outfield error then scored on ab r h June 3, Terriers vs. Tigers, ond hit off Bob Klrechner, Intensively that at tha present Distance: 131*4” . Team Score — Manasquan 42>,fc, 0 Oeorge Kramer's hit. Shot Put—Won by Arm our {M)i Colvin,, rf Asbury Park 33, M ataw an 29Va, Free­ Bennett, ss Cardinal vs. B l u e Jays, Finer pitcher. But Lakewood time. 1 1 1 2nd. • Vreeland (M ); 3rd, C lark (R ). Koch, ir hold Regional 21, Lakewood 18 5/6, 0 LoPresto had bit a h o m e Lions vs. Raiders; 4, Blue pulled away ln their halt of -4 3 *3 % *............... - ................ Regional 16 8/ 6. Long Branch Johnson, if 3 9^1 '’ « • » ' ' ' " Distance: .0 run with no one on ln the sec­ Bayville . Javelin—Won by D , Jones (M ): 2nd, Way, p r ' ......; 10',. Dis* Derdon, p. . . .. . 0 ond for the Red and White’s ship S. Rum son 4, Red Bank 3>/3, Nep­ BOXma-Burie* to take Langford Bravest s, lAons vs.. CartH- trouble lor hlmselt by walk­ tanoe: 142'2*\ . , Jones, c • a 1/3. ■• „ JL 0 X .a..o_„o |lr»t- Tup. The Flnera ; W e n-t "tune Btoad J u mp — by O®JwaB tMV, nals, Tigers va.. Angels, Bears ing -Tony Bepp...and:--Rich place „ j* JEn*lneeta. .K.VVU 2nd, lOd-Y&rd 'Dash (0.8, new record)— Stephens. .31) ■ . 3 3 Lewis (It); 3rd, IQ, Jonea (M l Walker, *-, 3 2 P. Pratt copped first prize The field will not'toe used dur­ the. third heat, his time being Church Bowling League w i l l for high score ln the reccnt ing (he summer to enable shortened tilt. Pcrno got three ed two runs on a braco of 3 T. Wathlngton, lb hits while Jackson, Ammaturo walks and Bob Haslach's sin 4:05.4 and Ed Soden, R e d 1 -Peterson, a ' handicap shoot- staged by the work to be done. and Dane each accounted for .' . .. ' . as .a i Bank, took the 12-lap consola­ act as hosts this year for the Indian Hill Bowmen. P r a t t gle, thoir lone safo blow off arannto, u :v 0 t). pairs of safeties. Score by Innlagu annual Monmouth C ou n ty Dlok Adaysh, Koansburg hurl­ tion, race. ' 1 n* fl bowed a sparkling 199 a n d . 2000 000—3 C. Wathlngton, u Keyport (19) er, tn the first inning, Keans­ Matawnn u n e 10-lap race for rookies Church Bowling Tournament command/i a 10-polnt handi­ H ig h Sets R e p o r t e d » 0 1 0001 JOx— and T Wathlngton, lb, as ab r ond and a fifth In tlio rtoei Donald a Contractors 65'/3 43*/a Mrs. Stephen Neater, Mr. and M a t- K e y M i x e d S u n d a y N i g h t S e rv ic e Brennan.ns Peterson, o 3 0 hold flunday, Tlieso races a rt Rapolln'fl Market Mrs. Charles Walters, Allan 83'/j W j Apr. 28 Topolewokl, 2b C. Wathlngton, p, ss 3 0 amateur events and there .1( MacDonald, William A c k e r OK Sales it Servicc W 2 Rodrigues, If DellaPlctro. It - 3 0 no betting, H. tt 8, Jersey Sea Skiffs 670 034 000 62 47 Cliffwood Ian man, Qeorge Ackerman. M KEYPORT G A S CO. Jack's Hardware (2) 648 711 601 4W> 49ft Jag's Sport Goods Demarest, Jr. and son, Bobby 080 058 49 Tourlno’s Bat* Si Qrlll (2) 626 50 Old Mill Dairy^ and Robert Wood. Bids for the Affiliate ot , 01 . 48 Cliff's Eieafood/ (1) 607 043 020 Beach Tavern new hardtop court were dis­ 01 Cliffwood Angela * 48, Ulrichsen's Boat Works (3) 660 757 744 cussed. 40 b3 Bchanck's Oil „. Hollywood. Service (0)....... 036 040 600 The couHs how are open for Conover Lumber Co. 0) 636 037 609 64 AiMJros. Woodworking 45 Kulas Boat Works (2). 692 707 624 bcrs have signed up. Saturday 051 608 Cliffwood Fire Company .40 60 Hendrick’s Dairy (1) ~ 73B morning instruction classes 743 til Keyport Lumber . 1 30 } 006 Cottage Lounge (3) will start May t8th. 072 26 Hoffman's Liquor Btoro 74 J 043 Marquct Pharmacy A 41'A Tourlne's Bar & Grill Walters. - • ’ Matawnn Usipttst (2) , ' 040 B7.ri 626 ★ C A L L U S ★ 45V, 46H Cottage Loungo Calvftry Methodist (1) ' 840 ,7B? 029 II. b B. Jersey Sea Skiffs 4 m 40va Keyport BnpUst (2) 733 704 .811 Kulas Boat Works 40 47 Hebrew Congregation (1) 704 705 001 N o S u lc s in u i] -k D c u i W illi O n e M a n 49 47 Cliff's Seafood Matnwon Prcubytcrlnn (1) 73S 0W 743 Hendrick's Dairy 47 40 Bayview Pret>bytcrl&n (2) 701 82!1 841 Hollywood Service 40Vi 49Vi 45 51 Conover Lumber Co. 2 5 Y e a r s E x p e r i e n c e Oetlmcmnne Lutheran ?3B 777 819 Marquet Pliarmacy 24Yi 8t, Mury's Epincopa] 704 B42 763 N O JO B T O O D IG O R T O O SM ALL Trinity Kpiscopai (2) ,, 7fl7 855 703 ' ' N o w O p e h D a ily K o a n s . L a d ie s M o n . N i g h t L o a g u o Malawan Methodic (2) 740 725 B44 , A , Keyport Unformed 0 ) 733 700 771 • K itc h e n R e m o d o lin g QcnUle's Market 580. 073 G97 S t a n d l n in * Mat-Key Kcc. o n ly a t llith Individual Hrotfi Team ' W 1. m A Wallinff, nr, Mat Key Itrcreitlon 01V, t i A K e u im ln ir g 6 * 2 6 5 9 — C u ll A h i j » l« A h 9 P .M . lllfh IndlrM ui! H*t Crate'* Xieveraves Cl F E I G E N S O N S H O E S m Kiank * HorOer fjltop A, V/alllfifTi ®r, 59 40 4 3 W . F r o n t S t. k e y p o r t 7 ^ 0 1 4 7 B u r l Ilc i'.iir in l P o rt M o n m o u th H H i g h w a y 3 6 a n d M a i n St. s lllfh Train Hcok'e Frank'* Clmrcotl f it iV'y 4 640 L ari/'a IJ»rU«r tihoji ft ay Broeder, West Keans­ burg. gained first place in the all-events division ot the New Jersey State Bowling Tourna­ ment at Feibers Rec. Tean* eck, over the weekend whbn he posle the plan whlcb has warned the township, officials that ho took lils eye off- "* h e simpU itepi will assure a safe ^ouiney— Assessment f o r property, friends^ enjoyed a trip by bus been presented by the pro. and police will continue vigil­ road for a minute, and t h e : without anxiety. 1 ;/ : • ■ to the circus at M a d t 4 o n Ject and planning committee ance to stamp out any Im ­ crash which followed damaged taxation ls referred to as ad valorem,' whloh means ac­ Square Garden, New York, on Ralph1Rothbart, chairman of moral practices ln the town­ the rigtit front* fender ( ' and wheel of tho vehicle as -well cording to value. It. is Intend­ Friday. ~ the committee; Cornelius Ao ship, ed that each owner should re­ as the street1 sign .and pole; Those attending were Allene kerson, the evening o h a 1rThe complaint was signed by ceive equality of treatment, Cadoo, Susan Peseux, Donna lEan: Garrett Post. Superin­ from tbe humblest home to Ryder, Georgia Doyle, J u d y tendent of the Sunday School Capt. Melna. ' ' ', the mansion dwelling, in com­ Resclati, Kathy Resclatl,' Car­ and the Rfev. Roderllbk De­ ' More than 100 persons at­ For backing his car, which (oontloued from page one) mercial properties from t h e ol McCormlok, Michele Mc­ Young, pastor, will place be­ tended the second annual pub­ was parked on the wrong side small local candy store to the Cormick, Margaret McCor­ fore the congregation, t h e Sts, Ho was traced by report of Church St. Into a vehicle lic affairs county dinner meet­ national chains, and in Indus­ mick, Karen Pitcher, L y n n thoughts which have initiated of his license number t r om Ing held at Shadowbrook Inn, wltnosscs, according to Pa*, owned by Leonard F. Reilly) trial properties from the re­ Sutphln, Karen Williams, Lin­ the plans. Shrewsbury, Thursday, spon. Never wear furs or Jewelry on the road. trolman John McGlnty, 'b o r ­ Route .34, Cheesequake, -Epes... pair shop-to the largest Indus: da Thompson, Mary Hiriislk. " sored by the four Monmouth At the meeting, Mr. Ackei\ ough police; He was arrested W. Sargent, IIJ, Woodbrook Stop only at well-lighted, attractive places,'’ try. The assessors are in­ Jane Barron. Paul H a n s 1 k. County Business' and Piofcs whether for gas, meals or any other p w structed In the' use ' if t h e Barbara Bryson, Oall Koso- son will call for questions and by Raritan Township Police, Dr., Matawan, paid a fine of slonal Women's Clubs. Guests pose. At a. hotel it is best to take a side manual so that equality of as­ pod, Phyllis Beciero; .E ileen suggestions concerning t h e on a warrant froM Matawan. $16 'and $5 costs on complaint of honor were tlie Hon. Kath­ ' • Chief Flood reported he had of Chief Flood. Sargent, who table and avoid unnecessary display of any sessments may be bad In the Shannon, Judy Hopler, Janice plans, arine E. White, former Mayor Members and friends of the been informed there were chil­ also pleaded not guilty to the future. kind. £omc women advise wearing a wed­ Layton, Linda Reya, Cheryl of Red Bank and present, di­ dren In the area who bad beerr charge o f being w i t h o u t ding ring, even if not married,* while on At-the completion of , the re Kerwln, Pamela Basista, Bar­ church are invited to attend. rector of the New J e r s e y put ln danger by the course of license plates on Main St., and trips alone. . valuation program, all t h e bara Crescl, Susan, DIPaolo. Highway Authority, ond the Grimaldi's c a r . Patrolman arraigned hy Patrolman Mcr ! Hon. Libby E. Sachar, former taxpayers, are Invited to call Carol Tetreanlt, Sbelly Proc­ McGlnty theroupon Issued a Ginty oh this charge, paid at a designated time a n d tor, Judy Terry, L u c i l l e Judge of tho Juvenile and Do: Never flash large sums of money. Carry reckless driving summons re­ fine of $10 and $5 costs.. Sar­ mestlo Relations Court of Un­ place to bo Informed of t h e I/ehmen, Mrs. George R. Ema small amount of cash, and the rest of (continued from page one) turnable next week. Grimaldi gent;, who ls employed by > mpns, leader; Mrs.Malcolm ion County and currently pubfair market.value determined. your funds in American Express Travelers local automobile dealer, w a s 11c affairs chairman of the Should they feel that It does Peseux, Mrs. James Neldlng- far in some cases and not far protested he hit the pole beCheques. Travelers Cheques can be spent., driving the car into a parking National Federation of BusU not conform to their opinion, er, Mrs. Paul Hanslk a n d enough In others." He hit sal­ ciiuso he was trying to avoid striking a dog that Van 1 n.t o lot when he collided.with a yelike money at restaurants, gasolinestations, ness and Professional Womthey are' furnished w|th a Mrs. Victor Bennett, t r o o p ary Increases in tbe collector’s hide owned by William C. Mcthe roadway. offleo, olexk’s office and wag­ anotels and stores, wherever you go. If you form tc register tlielr c o m- committee. _r:__ ________ _______ __________ . : en's Club, — r~ Joseph E. Slrlannl. Jr..... 18 Donell. Old Brldge. '— es" paid lo lh r e o building in­ loSe thcm7~you^ a prompt re-' plftlnt and give' the reasons Mrs..Helen Applegate, pub­ Also Cloverlead Troop 35. fund. You can buy them at your local bank. for it. These complaints'- n, Mrs. Hughes, Mrs. Frank Matnwan Club present at the whether the viand ls level, In­ method of valuation is ex­ Marz, Mrs. Edgar Wllklneort . dinner were Mrs. Mlrlaiq Hul- clining, d o c 1I n i*n g, rooky, plained, This ls the greatest ■ eort, Mrs. Dorothy Ralnaud, woodod, or brushland, whe­ advance made ln assessment M atawan;. MrB. John Fergu­ T r i p l e T u r b i n e t a k e o f f ! Mrs.* Bernice VanPelt, Mr s , ther It ls tlllahjo. land, a n d practices ln the Btate of New son,'; Mrs. Qeorge Fergitson; Miss Sprague, Miss . Yvcnrie Mar^rnret Vlobrock, Mrs. May the , zone classification___ : ... Jersey In more than 100 years SeaBury, Koyport; Mrs, Irene Dominick, Mrs. Ruth HarringInspect A1I Land - and should go a long way: to­ Bulla,' Mrs; Zlola, Miss Ruth ' ton, ’and Mrs. Elizabeth, VreeWith the hackgro^ad Infor­ ward arriving at tlie sought- Qawenus, flbi)th Amboy. ; landi . . * ; ■. mation of salos of vacant plots' after goai of' uniformity -a n,d A I bo Mrs. Harold A I f o n s o, ........ . that hnve taken place ln the equality. Mrs. Ju lia Slnionlnl, Miss An­ C h e e s e q u a k ? A u x ilia r y municipality for the past five Property valuation Is n o t nette Slmonlnl, Newark; MrB, or moro years, an Ipspeotlon nn exact sclenco. Knowledge Elects M r s . A p p l e g a t e Louisa Scassura, Mrs. J o h n of all the land .Is made. Im and exporlence of many years 8cassena, Metiichcn; M rs ' The Ladles Auxiliary of tho provcmcnts aro chcoked , and aro required ln ovaluatlng the Frnnk Blovenz, Keansburg; Cl)oesoquake Flrp Company, at the land utility ls determined. lapd in a community ln order Mrs. Adrian Mlzakt Mrs. John , Its regular monthly meeting, Wo arrive at a front foot val- to kicp It ln proper balance Caglo, Woodbridgo; Mrs, Rose elected tho following officers uo in, tho case of residential by rc.i8on of its utility arid de- Brozana,* Mrs. Irene Fraser, whoso term will begin In Scp- properties and a nquaro foot slrnblllty, for .ts designated Mrs. M ar y Jano Dlotrlch, or acreage value ln the case' purpost tcmb'or: Mrs. Boulnli Applo Mrs. N a n o y Alfonsa, Mrs, of commercial nnd Industrial Tlio proper iiso of a -na mini Ruth Brandlgon, Union Bcach. ghte, president^ Mrs. R u t h properties. All land vnlucs are to grajo a -structure, to price arnliam , vice "president; Mrs, Gifts Were sent by Mrs. Arfixed by the chief appraiser It, and to dotcrmlno ’Its n o t Juno Bolco, secretary; Mrs. leno Garito, 'Mrs. Lester Stonof oilr company. condition after applying t h o oy,’ Mrs. Kelsey S p r a g u e , Helen Applegate, treasurer,- and A^l of our employees a r o Mrs. Josephine Zyrack, finan­ Identified by a letter, Blgncd three types of depreciation- Mrs. Frank Sonbury, Mrs. Anphysical deterioration, func­ nnjello Choincy, Mrs. J o h n cial secretary, by tlie mayor, the director of tional, nnd oconomlo obsolo O o b e l , Mrs. Uoso Ifayscr Plans were completed f o r rovonuo nnd finance, or some the annual dinner to Ue hold other delogoted official,' A sconco required Icnowiedgo nnd Mrs. Em m a Freiburg, M r s oxperionco ln tho application Doris Dibbling. Mrs. D o r i s ,May 28 at'Pctcrson'a 'Button­ photograph of the cinployoo Is Siveel, Smooth ond S ony - lh ql’i Choyyl Mod.l IlloHraled. tht 0.1 Air Jporl S«dan wilh Body by Ftynn' Edward wood Manor, M a t a w a n , at appended .16 lt._ Under no clr of the replacement cost ap Hccklcmann, . M rs. proach. ' • ■ Brandlgon, Mrs, John Rlkcr which time Mrs, Ethel Schul- cumstances a r o 'employocs Kstlmnlo Operallnj Expenses Mrs. Beulah Behr, and Mrs, melstcr will become nn honor­ permitted lo enter a homo Turboglidp is tho first and only triple­ response that’s safer all the Way. Knowledge nnd cxperlcncd Frank Fuller. , ary member of tho organiza­ unless an adult is present, In ! interest, byt fn no case exceeding eight (8) per centum per annum. The tayment for the sale shall be made before tho conclusion of the sale or he property w ill bo re*sold, Cash or certified check only w ill be acceplcd id payment. • ■. . Any parcel of real property for which there shall be no other purchaser will be struck off and sold to the Township of Matawan, N. J ., (or redemption at eight per centum per annum and the m unicipality shall have the aamo remedies and right as other purchasers, including the right to bar or fore* close the right of redemption. 1 ■ The sale will be made and conductcd In accordance with the provisions of the statute of the State of New Jersey entitled, “ An Act concerning unpaid taxes and assessments and other m unicipal charges on real property, and >rovJding for the collection thereof by the creation and enforcement of Ucns hereon TChapter S of Title 5< of the Revised Statutes),M-and acta supplement­ ary thereto and amendatory thereof. 1 A t.any tim e before the sale the undersigned wiU receive payment of the amount due on any property w ith the interest and cost up to the tim e of -, . ....... ................. .. . p a y m e n t......... The said lands ko subject to sale described' ln accordance with the tax duplicate, Including the name o f the owner as shown pn the last tax duplicate and the aggregate of taxes, and other m unicipal. charges which Were a lien thereon -on tha first day of M arch 1957. exclusive, however, ot the Uen (or taxes for;tbe year 2958 an d .JO tf, are aa_ listed below, 4 a r A ip ts rj; k e ix y ,



MATAWAN TOWNSHIP, N . J. NAM E ■ TOWNSHIP A d S ^ & U O n S M A P Slover, W alter. & L aora>y Mallloux, Raym ond J . & Jeanne H. Purgavie, Jam e s Bt Catherine H ourahaiv BJJz. -C. Je rry Btenhouse, .Ella Johnson, Jo hn y Johnson,, John A. Ziegler, W illia m * Borne, WUllam . Edwards, Doke Bt Ann Goodman. Jam e s S. W OO DFIZLDS Taormina, A ntonio.. Corrigan, Dorothy • Maler, E rich C. Dreher, Gertrude k Andrew Rooney, Jam e s H, 9t Louis* LAKEVLEW P A R K . Greene, C arl 6k Margaret ■ — Devlin- Estate,-Patrick________ MATAWAN PA R K Lee Estate, Axle h K. P .Lee, W illiam ' Gibson, Horace & Donnie Johnson, jr.. Hays & Gussiel Form an, H arry N. H ill, Turner, M aud, Bessie and A lm a D. K AN E T E R R A C E Clauss Corp., Fred Rizzo,'Madeline & Sebastian Crank, Jam es M . & L ulu Mae C LIFFW OO D P A R K * .Bucco, Frank & Adrienne Ziegler. Edw ard 4c Mary CLIFFW OO D H E IG H T S * Gumbs^ N athan . Jones. Thomas W. Lemon, Mary and Bugg. Charlie Green. W illiam Bt Oertxiide Gibson, Eugene W illiam s, N orman Jones. Thomas W. Gumbs, Kenneth . Susca, M rs. Mildred BunUn, Sattiuel 1 . Rosenfcld, Abraham Series,'Jam es % Gumbs, N. Rogers, Tryphena . BunUn, Anatna Dargus Francella, P e lm a Buntin Richardson, Nellie * W hitem . M ary Richardson, W illiam h Nellie Gary. Jackie Bt Elizabeth SheUmsn, Davis % Buntin, Fannie B untin, Fannie Witter, Roger ■ W ynn, Charley L. Craddock, Jefferson Bt Mary Daniels, Bennie % Barker llardgrave, Serena Starke. Ellen ’ Trent, Jam es ft Annie . L t boo. Sam Anderson, John D . fc M atherletn Boddle, M ary w '• Jones, Thomas W, Mitchell, W aym an , Rlbando, Vincenzo _ Garden Homes, Ltd. • B lumbert, Joseph Robinson. Gabriel Morris. Mrs. Mary


Carmon. Annie « , A|lcn. Amelia Duarte, Rote Keys Harris, Leo .. * Harris. I/CO Sc Lillian Daly. Lillian C. Lowe, W iiliam k Ellisbeth Jones. Victoria Johnson, John . Johnson. John A. Cam p. Percy ft Laura % Wolcott, , ■ ; Ira C. , Johnson, John A. Leary, John A Johnnie ■ l.eary, John ft Johnnie , Cooper. George ft France* C LIF FW O O D BEACH TARK Ma&on. Harry U. C LIFFW O O D BEACH Pcterton. Ida J.

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hiicntton ot the undersigned. at tho Court House In the Hor- W illiam J , " ttegon; * Holo •Kxcctilor ol about rending tho subdivision day, ougii o) Freehold, County of Mon the estate of tho said Thomas Regan, ordinance, so bad failed to mouth Now Jaraey, to satisfy a Judg­ deceased, notice is hereby given to ment of said court amounting to ap­ tlie creditors of aaicf deceased to pre* pay Uio tS por lot feo roquir- proximately tft.ew 00. ' Bent to the said Solo lCxcciitor tholr cd and hnd not made applica­ AU the following tract or parcel claim * under oath within t»lx m outhl land and the premises hereinafter from thin date, ' tion for a publlo hearing by oi particularly described, situate, lying Dated; April 28 1037 ■ the planning board ot nil own­ and being tn tho Township of Mata* « W illiam J, Regan wan. In tho County of Monmouth and p.o. nox 02, ers within 200 (cot ot the. pro­ Stato oi Now Jersey, and numbered Cliffwood, N. J, posed subdivision. J. F r a n k nnd distinguished on tlio in up 0 oslg> Knrkus, Knntor St Uurns, port, N. J . ' •• • Wolgand, township attorney, natcd as Cllffwood Beach, in Matn- Key Attorneys, . wan.l'twnM ilp. boinn Section No. One, recommended rejeotion of the dated November, ItKtt, \Vhlch Map 32:i 118,75 filed In the Monmnulb Coun­ map until Mr, Wicks had paid h«f ty Clerk’s Orftre.- on April a. 11)24. PUUI.IC NOT1CU TO CONTRACTOHB his fees and Mr. aoldamlt-h In case Nn, (Ul-l, aa Lot Nuinhor Notjca Is hereby given that sealed had had n chance to send reg­ F lt im i llunitied nnd Forly-one tNo* proposals are Invited and wili b* 1R4U In.Uook Numbei Fortv>one ai h owb garage, tat floor. |7ft per moni Neat and am bltlou* to serve custom mera with catalog, plan. , Must be Call Keyport l-BSBa-J altet & n.tn, w w liilng io work and learn, • sarntnga MATAWAN. m odern store, hot water, MoW«tvlrlogrToule sntosmen.i exoel-., o t.- u tlM plus expfltiaaa, to. start tt ’ heat, «lr«onditl(>ncaLtrCftll M atn V n , Fre *,K »iim 8tB p«N o M o n e io o w n • . • r ! tent earning*. Apply Mr. urbssm an. qualified, ^O up m tn .e tir n from »I0O 1-91100 Karl A f r a n li, Kovporf 7*3408. wjlf For Interview call 10 a;ttt to 5 p.m.. route 98 Cast of to 1159 a w sth, wjtf Fuller Druah, South River 6*3051, Eatontown Circle. TIHlCfl completely guaranteed, CuU WJ30 UUNOALOW, 3 m oms, pnfurnlaiu’d cons in siorh for tm mediate mount* Highway 34, Mntnwun, Call Mat.i -, 'fl- hour * - ........* ................ -ilnf your -UANDY man, over £0 year* old, room aui vioe In reoanping wan J'X lft'W afler 4 p.m . wyj lug. H and board can be arranged, Coll -sings, ' flavshnre Tire C q . (fifth -.......... “Call ’* Ma.... Keyport 7*1164, wJIO lU liw a.ij Cllffwood way .18 UUNOAIvOW, 3 rooma 118 per month Call Mntawnn 1-4200-J. wjl)' i*oAno E G O eandlers, females, experienced or beginner*. Stoady Work. Lud­ Amiirr^ioNrt FOUR oernfl of farm IhihI. Inquire •"*“ 1 wig Voss, Tennent Hoad, Morganville 42 Now llrunswicli Ave,, M alawan. NKW and used, q'>uRld*aold*reni Call M ataw an MQ32. w 13 nnlrcit aiu1 eKflmnyfwl N v --­ •• sic O n ie r .4 3 llruad « l Kcrydort Tel, W OMEN 16-89, to address and mall Klilvpnrl 7*1478 M*ssn»s oh *11 In* - our circulars at home on commtflAlriimonis w|U THIfl AI) atlraoled your altenilon alon. > W rite G ift Fair (Dept, ill Springfield, Penna. wj£) because It is set in while snace. ed. rcgulai guide I, a and-ii pom* OPERATORS on apeclal moohlnei post momiro iiv ihe Ion, lima 'i n d White space niakes.your ad stand and straight needle; mum.. ladies dresses. ■ IIU •tio iifiu IIL'IUIV. . . ferlljliter whnleaal* nr rntalli *1*9 B JOHNSON AVE., —' kpply Roaewood Kportiwcar, 130 Main out m d ihe onsi is very reason* cord wood, all sixes, garden tools in q MATAWAN, N .J, t^M ataw an.T ------- 1------- w jtt grass xeed Fruli Irnee, sh*d* tr**l< ........... MA 1*1071 able,- -Vou- are on# oif over-10,000 V dvnrfireens *nd flowering-*lirul»*-etfl|~ w jlf N URRSES aides for ail ahifti, ex* also servire Raritan Landscaping people who will read this ad parlance not necessary but pro* A Hupplv, illlfhwav 88, Roulh Amiwy, ferred. M utt havo transportation. MAN for part time work, gas station ■ Classified Ada bring rrsiitls cheaih Open daily » 30 * in to 6 JO p m ,. and road ■ “ ‘ '* slfthd. Apply Kuhn'* Drookdale Nursing Home, IllRhwny Call Hlore, Houlh Amboy l-Mhfl or 10 ly. Call Keyport 7*1010 and place 99 4t M ain 8t„ Keyport. Call Keyport F arm , Route a4| Malawan. Keyporl 7m:ia w ill 7*6800. ‘ wj'l your ad for some real result* TWO Avon cosmetic lAlesladle* need IIOATH and molora Johnson Keg Call’ J in Morgan and viel “ C O U N T E R girl, Mat«wfln*Keyporl llm sea, tild-i'iiwn Lap Strike Win* 19/10 Recreation Center. Call Maiawnn flhndvstdn l»47QO. nnf.KiiKtrglnsn Outboard motor rt» 1*3880 after 12 noon*.. , . wJJ



Inter limn live ifl) dnvn prior tn duto v or reet'ivlnw hldi». . lUdn miitu.c of lleur'y and Koic for 1.27 Mitchell, arraigned also 42 42 fighting with ore another at 4142 their home on Water St. Tbo colirt waa assured Ultra was *4^ 326 no drunkennesa nor bad talk 493-42 Involved, so the magistrate let 17% 3C4 84 tbe pair go on payment of *3 37 03 coets after a lecture on re 13 01 1*331 stralDlajf tempers. Charles Robert*, Highlands r ir *•1 who was fined tlW for a see 18 14 ond offense ttf driving while on a revoked Jlst Apr, M , fall - 48 t i ed to anpear In rourt a g a i n 4478 12.70 29.74



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The committee voted to do­ nate tl50 ,to the Old Bridge Little League provided the do­ nation does not violate regula­ 20.32 tions of the league charter and 12.70 accepted an American flas do­ 11.50 10.00 nated by American Legion 315.34 'Post 332, Laurence Harbor,

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101(0, Ii4' Appeal Underway Thomas F . McMahon, tri­ county Service unit field x'epresehtative, has announced the annua] spring fund ap­ peal for service units in the Matawan and Keyport areas has been launched by the Sal­ vation Army. , Service units, comprised or voluntary committees which work with the Salvation Army and assist In (und raising acIn a precedent selling; move on May I the retiring January ■ tlvitles. have been established in both the Matawan a n d term or the Monmouth ICounty Orand Jury presented a token purse of $210 to the Family and Children Service, Inc., Long Keyport areas. The Keyport unit serves Raritan Township Branch. In the above picture, from left to right, aret'Dr, Lloyd and Union Beach as well as S. Cassell, retired Freehold Superintendent of Schools; Dr, the borough while Matawan' Eugene Krrlckson, Orand, Jury Foreman; Prosecutor Vincent takes In all areas from Mor- P. Keuper; I)r„ James M, Long, Executive Director of the . gantVIe and Freneau to Cliff* Family and Children Service, Ino. wood Beach. At a ceremony in the offlco appointed J n Monmouth Coun­ Membera of t h e Keyport of Prosecutor Ke u p e r , ' J u r y ty to augment the present staff unit are Howard S. C r e e d , of four county Judges who, tho chairman; Lloyd E. Cokelet, Foreman Dr. Eugene Errlck- jury said, now aro unable to ' treasurer; Chief of Police Lc- son said the gift was ln rec­ devote sufficient tlmo to mari­ roy Sproul, Public H e a l t h ognition of the work ln mar­ tal and Juvenllo oases, ■ Nurse Mrs. Isabelle Bedle and riage counselling and family Tho presentment said that Mrs’ Elsie P. Farry, Keyport welfare done by Ihe volunteer currently only ono day a week school nurse. ' of a judge's time Is spent on The Matawan unit ls headed npgoclntion. He said it nlco Wns these matters whereas nt least by Rensselaer L. Cartan with hoped that the jury’s action three or four days tlmo Is re­ J. D. Miller serving as treaff- would encourage public sup­ quired to keep abrp'ast. Ap uter of {he; unit..which,also Is port for the group and also polntincnt of a special part­ comprised or Police C h i e f might spur future grand jur­ time judge would require John J . Flood, Mrs. Eleanor ies to make similar recogni­ public referendum. The grdt.d Smith, school nurse, and Mrs. tion of other worthy projects July urKPt! tho Uonrd of Cho­ ..... jjgj.-gjgy"..pennett’l) ' " ii B b T f C and nrKOiilziUlon.v ...-...... ...... sen ’ Frecfrdftfers' fo’liHlTnle’ act^' health nurse. . Later ln Mio day, the Orand Residents wishing to donate Jury presented a Recommen­ Ion lo bring about a referen­ dum In November. * to the Salvation Army m a y dation to Superior Court Judge Dr, Errlckson said that the send cheeks to their ' unit Howard Ewnrt cnlllng for stnto treasurers. Mr. Cokelet at the legislation for a State Family Qfaud Jury decided that fam ­ Keyport Branch of the Mon­ Court. The proposed court ily problems should be. apmouth County National Bank, would handle alt problems of pronchcd ns" n whole rollier or-to Mr. Miller at the Farmers family life, Including Juven­ tlinn ln departmental aspects :^aod Merchants National Bank ile delinquency, on an Integra­ nftcr learning of the cxpbrlto Matawan. . ted b a s l s . : Judge Ewnrt-ap­ cnce of tlio Fam ily and Chil­ The unit treasurers not only proved the* presentment nnA dren Soclcty In uniting families receive contributions from the directed copies be sent to oil nnd adverting disaster. .. Dr. Long, In ncccptlnr1the annual appeal for funds, but members of the State Legis­ gift said he believed tlml rec­ also have a special fund on lature. ognition by the Orand Jury hand to meet immediate situ The Orand Jury said that awona that may require food, considerable t i m e probably represented tlie greatest atclothing and furniture. The lo­ would be required before nec­ tostment to the group's suc­ cal fund also can be used to essary steps could pe taken to cess in 43 years of existence. take care of other needs such realize a Family Court. In In addition to being the only Monmouth County agency of­ as eye glasses, dental work, the Interim, lt sufoested,' a fering a f a m i l y counselling hearing aids, tonsillectomies special Juvenile and Domes­ and similar problems If no tic Relations Judge should bo program, tlie group a l s o Is other means of assistance ls the only approved adoption available. agcncy In the area. Services offered by the Sal­ Dr. Long said otller facets N e w G ra n d Ju ro r vation Army In this area In­ of the group's work Includes cellule the operation of an em ­ Lloyd E. Cokelet, sr., 131 aid and counselling to the un­ ergency borne for nomen and Chlngarora Ave., Keyport. as­ wed mother, rehabilitation oT children, a.-home and hospital sistant cashier at the ICey- wayward children and adults, for unwed mothers. Star Lake port Branch of the Monmouth ‘ and foster home placement. children’s camps, social serv­ County National Bank, h a s ! Mrs. Alton V. Evans ls presice centers for homeless men been selected to serve as a ! Ident ot the organization; Mrs. lit Jersey City, Paterson. New- member o[ the May. t e r m l John M. Osborne. first v i e e! *rfc- *iul- Trenton; .hospttaV vl*- g r a n d Jury. In "Monmoulht pitaideu;; Mrs. ■J . Sowarail it»tlon. dl*Mter re\let, a mlM- CountyIte w&4-awqrii.ln-per year donation ’ the Walter Reade Foundation, established In: 1955 to provide advanced specialised training for the teachers of'the coun­ ty‘ , - Miss Bose Zwlcki'- L o n g Branch, a staff member of-the —-JjQiig. -Branch— Schools,— has been named as the recipient of the, fellowship, award which -provided for a year of study at the^nlverslty of Maryland. Since the Initiation of t h e . program lh 1055, 11 g r o u p s , have operated In the county ' and, 'now are rounding out -L their school year wltb tbe con■sultants from the University of Maryland, Child . s t u d y ' groups, have beeh beid ln the following municipalities d u r, lng tbe present school year: Asbury Park, Belmar, Ke y-- port; tittle Silver. two In Mid­ " dletown Township, Neptuhe Township, Raritan Township. : Red Bark, ^ong Branch, nnd Rumson. • ’ : The ohlld growth and devel­ opment- program ls sponsored and conducted by tbe Mon­ . :mouth County Education -As soclatlon.' Wallace I 1. Gleason, president of tbe association, .stated, '‘since the beginning of the program 140 t‘ e a o h e r s -have participated ln the study : and, approximately 4200 " chlldren have received b e t t e r , . training thls -past year as adt,rect' result of the Walter - Reade Foundation . grant." The " committee appointed to' carry on the grc up work this year, 'consists of Mr?. M a r j o r i e ,'Bostrom,; Red Bank, as'chair-. '■ man;.Miss,Kathleen Eckbart. / Keyport, Monmouth County ;Helplng T-e a o h e r; Mrs, El­ -freda Harris,-Asbury P a r k: Miss Marie E o s k e y , Little ..Silver, arid Mias Mary Shafto, Neptune', ' , ' ‘ ’ Dr. Daniel Prescott of t h a University of Maryland la con­ sultant for the second- y e a r study groups, and his w l f « , Mrs. Annellse Prescott -Is fconaultant for the first . ye a r






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: Mrs. Oeorge Wendel, Marl­ boro, who Is a past president of the Freehold B.P.O.E5. Aux­ iliary, spoke to the group on the activities and procedure of tbe Freehold organization A questlon-and-answer porlod followed. I t was -decided ' to hold a card party and Mrs. Shlmak was appointed to take charge of the project. Mrs. Lawrence Beatty was appointed chairman of t h e constitution and by-laws com­ mittee. Others on the com­ mittee are Mrs.;Burlew, Mrs. Koenig, Mrs. FrUnkf Loonardls, and; Mrs. Ce'ccl. •

groups. They both visit t h e county three times during the year, staying a full week each time- Dr. Juile Gordon Webr. D i r e c t o r Child and Youth Study ln the New Jer­ sey' state Department of Edu­ cation, h a s given leadership training: to both groups. When the- o r 1g l n a 1 g r a n t , w a s made ln 1955, the Reads Foun­ dation suggested that a specif­ ic sum would be available to any teacher chosen'by t h e teachers and superintendents through their own methods and standards for the purpose of furthering his or her edu­ cation, or for any other pur­ pose. At, that tlmo the teach­ er groups involved believed that the best needs ofeduca-

tlon Id general, and of t b e heeds of the children of the county in particular, w o u Id be served best if the f u n d s were used to provide a 11 teacher* 'with the latest infor­ mation concerning research and study in the field of ohlld growth and development. '

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Officers for the current year were e le c ie d a t th# reoern meeting' of the Ladles Auxil­ iary of Keyport B.PO JC. 2030, which was h e M 'a t Burlew’s Restaurant. Laurence Harbor. Mrs. William Burlew , Pre­ sided. ' ' Those elected were:. Presi­ dent, Mrs. Robert J . Cheno­ weth; first vice ; president, Mrs. Charles 'Shlmak; second vice president! Mrs. Oeorge Kurlca; recording Secretary. Mrs. Walter Vohdln; financial secretary, Mrs. Charles Mor­ rison; treasurer, Mrs. Edward Carroll; Inner guard, Mr s : William p ’Sfcea. , Appointed officers were or­ ganist, Mrs, Charles Koenig chaplain, Mrs. John Ceccl.

president and director of Qasaccumulator Co. (Canada) Ltd of Toronto, He ls a member ot the Society of Automotive Engineers and the Institute of Trafflo Engineers and serves on board of Youth Consulta­ tion Service of Newark. .Mr. Mack, who attended the Carnegie Institute of Technol­ ogy, has been associated with ACA since 1926.' He resides at 36 Colonial Way, Short Hills, Hanson-Van W ln.kle-M unnlng Co, 1s a leading manuf a c t u r e r . o f electroplating equipment and anodizing pro­ cesses and supplies for t h e metal finishing Industry. One of th t oldest firms- In this field ln the country; It was estab­ lished In 1820. It expanded op­ erations ln 1054 by acquiring the J . C. Miller Co., O r a n d Rapids, Mich., a major manu­ facturer of Industrial buffing compounds. H-VW-M’s J. C. MllTel- Division ls the nation’s largest manufacturer of trlpo11 compositions, widely used In the metal and plastic Indus­ tries.

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Van R. Halsey and I. J Mack have been e’ected to the board of directors of HansonVaLWInkle-Munnlng Co.,* t h e firm-announced last week. Mr. Halsey ls a partner of Carlisle Sc Jacquelln, members of the New York Stock... Exchange. He Is a secretary of the board of trustees of St. Luke's Hos­ pital, and a trustee ot the Ex­ celsior Savings Bank, botji of New York. ' He served as councilman ln Rumson from 1924 until elect­ ed mayor ln 1828 and served three terms as mayor. Mr, Halsey, la a graduate of Princeton University, Class of 1918. He served with the Of; flee of Strategic Services, dur­ ing World War IX. He lives on •Avenue of Two Rivers, Rumson.-, Mr. Mack Is "vice president In charge of the AQA Division of the Elastic Stop Nut Corpl of America, Elizabeth. He is director' ot Buchanan Electri cal Products Corp., Hillside; president. of Esna Construc­ tors, Inc,,,Elizabeth, and. vice


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Twenty-live-.ladles- w e r e rccclved Into membership, F u ­ ture meetings will be held on the second nnd fourth Wedneadays ot the month, until this charter ls closed and the work of organization ls completed at the last meeting ln June, Soon after that time, a for­ - al Installation of officers will be held and the auxiliary will meet^only on tho fourth Wednesday of each month. ..... ......... I

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H o s p it a l F u n d W o rk e rs H o ld P l a n n in g M e e t in g On Monday evening at Car­ penter'd Hall, Red: Bank, an army of some 400 volunteers attended1 a n a m • selection meettnj in preparation fbr the Riverview Hospital Sl.170,000 building fund, residential »ollcltatlcu. Uaiougtiout- the service area.ot the hospital. T h e s a volunteers under the .leader­ ship of general chairman, Mrs. Joseph F. Hunter, will solicit contributions fpr t h a hospital from, thousands of In­ dividually, selected prospect? following th t opening meeting of the residential solicitation this coning Wednesday even­ ing. at the Molly Pitcher Hotel ballroom. Some 50 teams of volunteers will solicit ln Rumson, R.e d Bank, Pair Haven, Little Sllver.-Shrewsbury, -Middletown, Eatontown. Holmdel, Atlantlo Highlands, Highlands, Ke yport, Matawan, Keansburg and tbelr adjoining communi­ ties. All of the volunteers at­ tended the opening dinner meeting last night.

. Miss. Oleda Schrottky of the Natl&nnl Qlrl Scout staff will present a dramatic workshop for Scout leaders at the Salva­ tion Army, 20 Riverside Ave., Red Bank, from 9:39 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., tomorrow. Advance registration at. the Qlrl Soout office, 800 Broad St., Shrews­ bury. Is Imperative since reg­ istration ls limited to 100. An open house for all regis­ tered Olrl Bcout -adult volunteerr waa held Bunday at the new council office. Mrs. Don­ ald Englemann, West' Keans­ burg, was o n ;-tbe planning committee for Ulh affair. . , T A «.,N orthern .Monmfluth County Council of Olrl Scouts Ino.i obaerved National C am p lng -Week from May 1 to Wednesday wltb preparation for day camp ln each of the four districts and troop camp lng at Camp Nomoco during the month of July.

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1. LIN GEN WOOD How’ the light of Truth pre­ sented ln the Bible brings lib eratlon from discord and dis­ ease will be the toplo of a publlo leoturo to bo given tn Keyport on. Tuesday evening. May 21, st 8:15 p.m. by J. L l n g e n . Wo o d , Vancouver,British Columbia, ' Mr, Wood will speak ln the church edifice, 84 Broad -St., Keyport',' under the ausplcoa of First Church _'ot Christ, Sci­ entist, Keyport,' His subject w i l l bo "Christian Sclcnoo: Tbe Ltb(rntln[ L i g h t ot Truth." Tho lecture Is free, and local members havo in­ vited tlie public to atlond. A member of Tho Christian 'Science-Board of Lectureship Mr. Wood hns traveled wide' ly throughout the world, lie hns devoted hi- full time to tlie practice of Christian Sci­ ence healing for many years During World War I ho serv­ ed as a captain ln the British Infantry, After tht war ho en­ gaged ln construction work In Argentina and later was ln tlio stock brokorago business He served for 13 years as Christian Science Committee on Publication for tbe Pro­ vince of British Columbia*

the Board of Control, and Mrs. lle ry Stevens Baird, a m em ler of the Clinton Re­ formatory Board of Managers as co-chairmen,' Mr. Schley In recognition of m a n y also will preside as master of Second Section years of service to- the wel­ ceremonies. May 9. 1957 Page One fare o f New Jersety oltlzens; a group of friends of Mrs. Qeraldlne L. .'Ihompson, Red A r e a M e r c h a n t s J o i n ly Uie beginning ot a rising Bank, will honor'{ler at a tes­ S u n d a y C lo s in g U n i t . tide of protest against th* timonial dlnner'jtt tho Staoypractice of Sunday retailing, T r e n t Hotel, 'I'rsnton, on Merchants In both Keyport particularly along our blgbThursday, May IS. She w i l l and Matawan have contrlbut ways," Mr. Salomon pointed receive guosts at a reception ed to the Citizens Committee out. at 6:30 p.m., with dinner sche­ ror Sunday Closlnp m N e w "The Impetus for this 'camduled tor 7:30 o'olock, Jersey, Indicating their oppo palgn has been provided by Among many other accom­ sltlon to Sabhath retailing, community leaders ln all walka plishments, Mrs. Thompson Chairman Harry F. Salomon, ot life. Now It Is up to every this year ls completing 39 reported today, Contributions retailer and every publlo-splryeara of seryloe on tlie 8tato have been rocolvod from more lted cltlr.en to loin la this fight Board of Control of Instltu than S00 merchants ln B0 eom to save our way ot life,' and munltles throughout the state, to Inform the members of th* tlons and Agonoles, Appqlnted on Feb. 28, 1919 Mr. Salomon roported, Legislature of his views on to that board by the late Gov. "Inquiries at oommltt.ee of­ this question." . fices, requests for more peti­ Walter Edge upou Its oreatlon, Mrs. Thompson was the tions, reports of fund-raising Furnished apartment algnl first woman so appointed and drives Indicate that tlila Is on- for sale at this offica Is the only member of tho or­ I M W V W W W W H W W W W W W V W W W W W WW W W W iginal board still nerving. She has been re-named consistent­ ly to the office by governors ot both major political parties Bseakeis J it tho dinner.j w IU Radio* & Small Appliance* Repaired • bo Qov. Robert B, Meyner. Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, a personal I r I e n d of Mrs. 27 Yoai‘8 in Business .......... .... Thompson1 ot m a n y years' ............. V0UR WESTINQUOUSB DEALEI1......... ....... standing and U. 3, Senator H. Alexander Smith, Princeton. Qov.^Moyner ls serving as T EN E Y C K R O N S O N , In c . honorary chairman of t h a I8S U PPER MAIN ST. M AM 600 MATAWAN, N. J . event, with Reeve S o h 1a y. Far Htlla, former president of

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May 3, »57, to M r. and Mrs. ward T. M&letto and Mrs. 3iaiW tl- lw in lto M white orchids and lllles-of-the . Alfred Poole, Holmdel Rd., letto, Union Beach. E n g a g e m e n ts valley. 1 M i s s Eugenia Iwanltschl, Holmdel. Pedersen ' Mrs. Robert Bendop. Rqselle daughter of-Mr, and Mrs. Jo­ Hanser-Jlosne park.' was her cousin’s ma­ hann Iwanltschl, 133 Ticetown Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Peder­ Kaiser Rd., Morganvllie, Marlboro Mr. and Mrs. Josepb Jlosne, tron of lumor. Her turquoise Mr, and Mrs. William Kai­ sen. 48 Walnut St., Keyport, and white princess style gown Township, became the bride Bond St., Cllffwood, announce ser, fll Edgar Rd., Matawan, are the parents of a daughter, 11 e engagement of t h e l r of Friederich Appel, Sayre­ was ballerlna-lengtb and h ad Second Section are -the parents of a daugh born Monday, May 8, 1957, in a bodice of turquoise chiffon vllle, son of Mrs. Christina ' Page Two • May 9, 1657 ter, born Tuesday, Apr. 30. Riverview Hospital. A p fl e 1 , Ingelspadt, Bavaria with cap sleeves and a peau 1957, in Monmouth Memorial Wallin* de sole skirt. She wore a tur­ Germany, and the late Fried­ Hospital. W e d d in g s quoise crtwn matching n o s e rich' Appel, Saturday, May 4, Mr. and Mrs. William Wall­ veil and carried a -colonial 1057, at 3 p m. ln the Church of Ing, .Evanston, 111., are the Keleber > •' Desfosse-Connellr bouquet of.-plnk carnations. J e s u s Christ of Latter-Day M i s s Dorothy Connelly, A son was born on Tues­ parents of a third cblld, a The bridesmaids wore t h e Saints, (Mormon), New Bruns­ daughter of Mr. and Mra. day. Apr. 30. 1957, ln M o n ­ daughter, born in Evanston on wick. The Rev. R o b e rt H. same color and style g o w n s Charles Connelly, 15 West 15th mouth Memorial Hospital, to Sunday, Apr. 28, 1957. Ifeey and headpIeceB as tbe honor Dalnes, president' Of tbe Me­ Bt., Bayonne, became t h e Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Keleher. also have another daughter attendant but carried colonial tuchen branch,* performed the and a son. Mrs. Walling the bride of Joseph Arthur Dee2 Jane PI., Hazlet. ^ bouquets of yellow carnations double ring ceremony. Former Miss Margaret Bren-., fosse, son ot Mr. and Mr a , They were Miss Joan Olcelew, Given ln marriage by her nan; daughter of Mr.' a nd Joseph P. Desfosse, 1100 South Martlx. Miss Ann Stewart and M i s s father, the bride wore a for­ Concourse, Cllffwood Beach, Mr. and Mrs. John Martin, Mrs. James Brennan, Union Barbara Marotta, Keansburg, mal gown designed with a Saturday, May 4, 1057 at 4:30 150 Seeley Ave.. Keansburg; Beach. . a n d Miss Marie Napnrano Chantilly lace fitted b o d I ce p.m. ltv St. Mary’a Star of the ir e the parents pf a son. born Newark, cousin of the bride. with a high neckline, manda­ Nieves ' Sea Church. Bayonne. T h e Wednesday, May 1. 1957, ln Rev. Richard frail, pastor, of- C » m 111 e Masullo, East rin collar and long s l e e v e s Mr. and Mrs. Juan P a b l e Riverview Hospital. flclated at the double r i n g Orapge, niece of the bride tapering to points over t h e Nieves, 908 Center S t .,' Union wrists. Appliques of lace flow­ ceremony before an altar deo­ was flower girl. She f i r e i Beach, are the parents of a Crapera . orated with white gladioli and full-length gown designed wltb ers trimmed the full nylon A son was born in River­ son, born ln Perth A m b o-y palms. James Hitchelm ao­ a turquoise bodice, a v-neck- tulle skirt which fell over brid­ Hospital. view Hospital on Tuesday. . companled himself aa he flans line, cap sleeves, a white chif­ al satin and formed a chapelApr. 30, 1957, to Mr. and Mrs. traditional wedding music. fon skirt, and a small h a l o length train. Her fingertip Herjjpan Crapera, 26 Linton hat. She' carried a' miniature length veil of illusion fell from Olven in marriage by her F u n e r a l S e r v ic e PI., Keansburg. colonial bouquet of pink car­ a crown of rhinestones' a n d * father, the bride wore a for­ MISS DORA JIOSNE pearls and she carried a cas­ nations. ' . mal gown designed with a Sa­ Charlsen Mrs. Cornelius Arose brina net lined peau de solo Ensign John Johnson, Bel­ cade bouquet of white carna­ daughter, Dora, to M a r v i n - Mr. and Mrs. Harold CUflrlFuneral services were held fitted bodice with a boat neck­ Hauser, son of John Hauser, sen, 28 LSkeslde Dr.. Mata­ ford, was best man and usher­ tions. Miss Myrna McLatchi,e, Nix­ Route-9, Cheesequake, and tbe wan, are the parents of ■ a Saturday at 1, p.m. aV , t h e ' line and long sleeves tapering ing were Douglas Peddle, Jer­ to points over the wrist and a sey City, brother-in-law of the on, Was maid of honor. Miss late Mrs. Hauser, daughter, born .Tuesday, Apr. Bedle Funeral Home, K e y ­ ■nylon tulle overskirt w.h 1 c h bridegroom; Gene B l b a u d , Marlene Appel, Sayrevllle, sis­ Miss Jlosne Is a graduate of 30. 1957, in~ Riverview Hospi­ port, with the Rev. Dr. Hill­ flowed into a chapel l e n g t h ter of the bridegroom, a n d Port Monmouth, brother of the Matawan Hlgl School, and ls tal. man T. Williams, pastor of_ train. Her fingertip length veil bridegroom; Anthony Baslle Miss Mary Bucco. Matawan, employed by the Fiber Chem­ Calvary Methodist C h u r c h , .... ..........."Cooper ; j _ o f ... Imported French Illusion and Gerald Pagano, Newark were the bridesmaids.......... ical Co.. Cllffwood. Mr. Haus­ A dnughter was born ln Keyport, officiating, for Mrs. fell from a crown of p e a r 1 s cousins of the bride. .­ Miss Judith pryzybllowskl er, also a graduate of Mata­ P e r t h Amboy Hospital on Alice E. Arose. 65, who died M R., MRS. HAROLD McGOWAN and rhinestones and she car­ The bride's mother wore a Sayrevllle, cousin of the bride­ wan High.School, presently is Tuesday, Apr. 30, 1957, to Mr. ried a white prayer b o o k serving with the U. S. Navy Miss Josephine C h a r l e s , panels. She wore a pearl tiara blue lace sheath dress, with a groom, was flower girl. nnd Mrs. Edward Cooper, 449 Wednesday, May 1, 1957, at , adorned with two white or­ The best man was Zygmond stationed at Brunswick. Me. and carried a colonial bouquet beige hat and accessories and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ous Shore Concourse, Cliffwood her home, 110 State St., Un-' chids snd stephanotls. No date has been set for a white orchid corsage. Fo r Przybllowskl, Sayrevllle, un­ >or violets. Ion Beach. Interment was In Beach. ' Miss Barbara Pllkln, Bay- Charles, 1 Bunk St., Matawan ' Robert McOowan, M y _ i- h e r. son’s wedding, Mrs. — Bl­ cle of-the brWeBroom. Usher­ the wedding. Cedarwood Cemetery, Key— onrie^was-the mnld-of honor; became -the bride - of Hr.roid wan," was his brother's best baud selected a white back­ ing were Ronald Vassell, East Conway • Bennett-Smlth - She w o r e a ballerlna-lengtli McGowan, son of Mrs. Jose­ man. Ushering were Michael ground silk printed with lav­ Orange, and Richard Schmidt. . . " •' Mr. and Mrs. David Coo-, po'rt. 1 ' Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Smith, g o w n of pink embroidered phine McOowan, 220 Washing­ Charles, Matawan, brother of ender and gray, wltb a laven­ South River. way, Newark Ave.,. Union Mrs. Arose wasr born-in531 Cambridge Ave., U i^l o n orystalette with a matching A reception followed at the Beach, announce the engage­ Beach, are the parents of a Green Village^ the 'daughter ton St., Keyport, and the late the brldo, and OregDry Mc­ der hat and accessories and a bat a n d carried a basket ol Gowan, Keyport, brother of corsage of white roses. Windsor Manor ofter which ment ot their daughter, Fa- daughter,, born Thursday. May of Mrs. Harriet (Odel) Hinds, ' pink roses and lavender dals- Martin McGowan In St. Jo­ the bridegroom. 2, 1957, in Riverview Hospital.’ Union Beach, and the late Ja­ A r e c e p t i o n followed at the couple left for Niagara seph's Church, Keyport, Sat­ les. • A reception followed at Lui­ B u c k ' Smith's Restaurant, Falls, Canada. cob Hinds. Her husband was , .Pitcher Miss Dorothy Blgest a n d urday, May 4, 1957, at 3 gi's, Red Book, after w h i c h East Keansburg, after which the late Cornelius Arose, : The bride was graduated A daughter was born In Mrs. C a r m i n e Iannacone, o'clock. Tho Rev. C h a r l e s the couple lelt for Washington, the couple left for the Pocono Also surviving; are t h r e e from schools ln Vienna, Aus­ at V. C .’Fo'r traveling, the bride Mountains. Pa. For traveling, Perth Amboy Hospital to, Mr: daughters, Mrs. Dorothy Mae . Bayonne, were the attendants. O ’Shaugnessey officiated tria, and ls employed by the and Mrs. Frank Pitcher, RFD, They wore gowns snd lmta of the double ring * ceremony. wore a beige suit with a mink the bride wote a black dress Eastmond, Mrs. Anna M a e Matawan Undergarment Co. ' -the same style as the honor Mrs.' Michael Cox, soldlst, Collar, brown accessories and with a rolled neckline, a -pink 1, Matawan. , Bailey, bath ot Union Beach; The bridegroom was graduat­ attendant’s In orchid and car- was accompanied on the or­ a corsage ol white carnations. hat and accessories and a cor­ Mrs. Bertha Lawrence, As­ ed from schools ln Bavaria. Cogllano rled baskets or pink roses and gan by Miss Loretta Durante. The bride's mother wore a sage of white orchids. He Is a palnter»employed by Mr. and Mrs. Bartholomew bury Park; three brothers, Al­ Given ln .marriage by , her pink ellk organza dress trim­ lavender daisies. The bride and bridegroom Jacob bohn. New Brunswick. CogUano, 9 Charles A v e„ bert and Van , Hinds, both of Charles DesMsse, J e r s e y father, the bride wore a for­ med with lace, a pink hat and were graduated fcora Middle­ The, couple will live at 135 Keansburg, aro the parents of Union Beach; Edward Hinds, City, w u hla brother’s best mal gown designed with a fit­ accessories and an orchid cor­ town Township High School, Ticetown Rd., Morganvllie. a son, born Friday. May 3, Plnebush, N. Y.; 11 grandchil­ man, and ushering were at- ted bodice with a Sabrina sage. For her son's wedding. Class of 1955. The bride was dren, b n d one great-grand­ 1957, in Riverview Hospital. thur W r i g h t , Jersey City, neckline and long sleeves tap­ Mrs. McGowan chose a pow­ KeDeivMeyer , daughter. . ;employed In t h e Special '"cousin of the bridegroom, and ering to points at tbe wrists. der blue laoe and c h i f f o n Ceppalonl , Miss Barbara J. M e y e r , Troops Division of Fort Mon­ Carmine Iannacone, Bayonne. The skirt had a lace f r o n t , dress over taffeta, with a mouth. The bridegroom h a s , daughter of Mr. and M r s . A son wqii born ln Perth The bride’s mother chose a nylon tulle sides and a 1 a ce white bat and accessories and Amboy Hospital to Mr. a n d served two years of a f o ti r- Henry A. Meyer, Jr., 195 Nor­ pale green pe&u &e sole after­ back which flowed, Into a ca- a white orchid corsage. Mrs. Vail Ceppaluni. S h o re year enlistment and ls station­ wood Ave., Laurence Harbor, noon dress with a matching thedral-length train. Her flriThe bride graduated f r o m ed at Perrin Air Force Base, became tbe bride of William Concourse, Cllffwood. lace ooat and bat and a cor­ gertlp-length veil of Imported Matawan High School, Class Texas. S. Keller, lr., son of Mrs. sage of white camellias. Tor French illusion fell from a of 1BSS, and ls employed ln Durante The couple will live ln Sher­ Belen Keller, 327 Ward Ave., ’her son’s wedding, Mrs. Des­ semi-pillbox of pearls and se­ tbe Signal Equipment Support Mr. and Mrs. Angelo Duran­ South Amboy, and tbe l a t e L a u n d e r e t t e man, Tex. : fosse selected a blue lace aft­ quins and she carried a cas­ Agency, Damp coles, F o r t te, 42 Fine St., Keyport, are William Keller, sr., Saturday, ernoon dress with a matching cade bouquet of'cala lilies. the parents of & second child, Mohznouth. The bridegroom May 4, 1957, at 4' p.m. In the Keatlng-Vreeland 2 1 9 F irst S t., k e y p o r t Miss Patricia Sarabuchtllo, graduated, from M a t a w a n bat and accessories 'and a cor­ a son, born ..Monday, May 6, Miss' Patricia Joy.e Vree­ Laurence Harbor Community sage of white camellias. Matawan, was maid of honor. High School, Class ot 1945 and MISS PATRICIA ANN SMITH 1957, ln Perth Amboy Hospi­ Open Monday, Tuesday, Church. The Rev. William E. A reception followed at the Her. lavender nnkle-le n g l h Is-employed at the Earle Am­ land, daughter of Mr. and tal. The baby weighed -"bight Wednesday, Thorsday and v P o 1 la h-Amerlcan Veterans gown was styled with a strap­ munition Depot. He s e r v e d Mrs. Ira Vreeland, 821 Route Webster. officiated at t h e trlcla Ann, to William- Ben­ pounds, two ounces, and has Saturday 8 a.m, to 6 D.M nett, Newark Ave., Bradley b e e n named Richard Guy. C l u b. Bayonne, after which less laoe bodice. with inatch- two years'In the U^ S. Army. 36, Union Beach, became thB double ring ceremony. of Timothy J . Keating, Given In >marrlage bv her Beach, son of Mrs. Doris Ben­ tAie tot ’B’tarlom. taa olallton lacfcet and a chif­ Friday 8 a.m . to 0 p.m. The couple will live at 30 bride Their other child ls a son, lr., non o f.Mr. and -Mrs. Tlta- lather, the bride ware. a floor- nett, F 1r st and Washington For travollng, the bride wore fon skirt with back floating Broadway, Freehold. othy J. Keating,’ 168 Orchard length gown o f white n y 1 o n Avis.. Miami Beach, Fla: John Luke. a gray coat dress\wlth patent Ave,, Laurence Harbor, Satur­ designed with a round em­ and the late Harold Bennett. leather accessories and a cor­ Francey ’ The attendants were Mr s . the soloist and he accompan­ day, May 4, 1057 at 1 p.m. ln broidered . neck 1 l'n e, c a p S P E C IA L . Miss Smith ls a graduate of A son was born ln Fitkln sage of white orchids. Andrew Bcvllncqua, S m i t h - ied himself on the organ. the Holy Family Church, Un­ sleeves bordered w i t h em Red B a n k Catholic High Hospital on Saturday,* May 4. Month Of May The bride graduated from town, L. I. sister of the bride­ Given In marrlago by her ion Beach, The Rev. Joseph broidery and a hoop skirt. Her School and ls employed as a 1957, to Mr.. and Mrs. Thomas ' Our Helene Curtis $12.50 Bayonne High School, Class of groom, and Mrs. Jpseph Pon­ brother, Albert Bbarbaro, New Creme Oil Maclilneless Wave 1953, and ls employed as a tecorvo.' Cliffslde, sister-in-law York, the bride wore a for­ G. Fox, pastor, officiated at fingertip length veil of Illusion secretary ln the medical de­ Francey, .42 Fierro Ave.. Mata­ secretary by Western Electrlo of the bride. Their gowns and m al gown ol point d'esprlt. the double ring ceremony be­ fell from a tlor’a .of.. s e e d partment at the New Jersey wan. $ 9 .5 0 fore an altar decorated with pearls and she carried a cas­ State Hospital, Marlboro. Mr. ; Corp., Kearny, -The b r i d e - crowns were styled like t h e Her fingertip length veil of Il­ Our $15 Cold Wave white, gladioli and snapdrag­ Everson cade bouquet of white roses. Bennett attended Asbury Park groom'graduated from Snyder honor attendant’s ln shrimp lusion fell from a crown " of i$ 1 2 .0 0 ons. ' Mrs. Frank Fleming Miss Shirley Weeks, Laur­ High School, served t h r e e Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ever­ High School, Jersey C i t y , and they carried cascade bou­ All Waves Complete With pearls and she carried a pray­ Played traditional w o d d I h g ence Harbor, was the maid of years ln t the U. s. M a r t n e son. 509.Park Ave., _ t i n 1 o n Class of 1952, and ls employ- quets of blue roses. Cutting:, Styling, and er book • adorned wlfh.. t yrblte m u sl^jin l th?;^tg ta.; honor. She wore a floor-lengtb Corps and Is a dance instruc­ Beach, are the parents of * _ e fl.a » a'machinist by Western fltnftft , , :, j U : i '; i :, 11 ; Given Blanche Paslllo, Union City, orchids. j in jifiifelB iaiK lhg,geP e ' by . her ..'e iijin L— - gown of bluo nylon tulle with tor for Arthur Murray ln the daughter, born Sunday, M a y Electric Corp., Kearny. He was the flower' girl. She wore H A Z E L 'S B E A U T Y S A L O N father,; .tie ; bridewore. a’ ‘ bal8, 1957, In Riverview Hospital. Mrs. Anthony Carliiil Brook­ a strapless pleated bodice, Brooklyn Studio. served two years ln tho U. S. a shrimp' colored gown styled lyn, waa her slste'r’s' ‘ matron lcrlna'-jenkth dxesr of - Chantil- and a ruffled skirt. The dress 36 West Front St., Keyport A fall wedding ls planned. Army,' 18 months of w.h 1c h • 1 Kralt like the bridal attendants’ and of honor. Sho wote al. shrimp ly laco! designed! with a fltted had a matching bolero, which Tel. Keyport 7-2119 wero spent In Alaska. A son was born in RiverHull-Stryker ' carried a basket of spring chiffon gown with a ‘ matching bodloe.tvlth a ;round illusion bad a mandarin collar a n d When they return from their flowers,1 v i e w Hospital on Monday, , headpiece and carried, a cas­ neckline1trim m ed.pith s e e d three-quarter-length Mr. and. Mrs. phlllp Stry­ sleeves wedding trip, the couple will May 8, 1957, to Mr. and Mrs. Umberto DlLauro, Jr.. Key­ cade bouquet of blue carna­ pearU.i'and a full lace skirt She wore a matching horse ker. 121 Second St.. Keyport. reside at 126 West 19th St., announce the -inBagement of Herman Kraft, 108 Highland |; You dgn’f need to pay whichj (fell, over; ftn underskirt hair cap trimmed with white S port*, was his brother's best tions, Bayonne.__________ tulle. ■ llflr shoulder- rosebuds, and carried a cas­ their daughter, Patricia A n n Blvd., Keansburg. |i *250 to $300 for man, and ushering were An-, Anlel .Nappl, KeyPhrt,;: w ai -■ ill of ’French Illusion cade of pink roses and blue to David Hull, R9

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Fraternities ana sororities devoted ta service will hive ft chance to prdve themselves or the Monmouth C o l l e g e campus. West Long Branch, the board of trustees has de­ cided. I n answer to appeals from students to allow frater­ nities. tbe board amended ra­ . ther than reversed Its l o n g ­ standing ruling that no secret organizations with exclusive _membti-shliia m a y alllllata 'wKb ‘the college. Fraternities and sororities •with open membershlp. based on codes of service and scholastic accom.pliahment. are to be permltted on a trial basil for a 1 x mtonths. / Two fraternities and o n e jwroTlty are to be npprovetf at the .start. The board will re­ consider its decision In * i x months, basing new recom­ mendations upon the records o f the three groups. !__; The board’s llstln g o f oper­ ating arrangements for fraternttiea parallels ln m a j o r >pmphasls a constitution prevloosly submitted to the ad­ ministration by members of a fraternity spearheading the student qttempts for recognl_-tlon,~ Service,- open metnber^ship, and emphasis upon col­ lege as a place of learning are key p o 1n t s of agreement. . . There will be no "hazing" of new members. '"there will he no fraternity ’ 'houses^hut the groups w i l l have meeting places on tbe campus. Each fraternity'e con(Ututlon must he approved by Urn college. The fraternities will remain local, having no connections with n 111 1 o n a 1 groups. Each fraternity w i l l h av e ’the opportunity to choose faculty advisor from a list •of names of several willing faculty members. Greek-letter names will be ohosen by the'students for the three trial fraternities. Stydents have started early ■In emphasizing the theme of aervlce. A sorority has held a ccato ' sale for the benefit of jtibspltalized children. A fraterm ty hns given outdoor labor \cn. weekends in order to help .-restore the beauty of the newi ly acquired campus, once tbe Khadow Lawn estate.

Matawan; and m sister, Mrs. slaters, Mrs. Margaret Dryfua.. Long Island, N. Y., and Miss May Sullivan, Elizabeth. Funeral arrangements war* in charge of the John J. Ryan Home for Funerals, K e a n s At 9 a.m. a high requiem mass was celebrated by the burg. Rev. C, J. Kane, pastor of St. Joseph- T. Laiar, Jr. Joseph's Church, Keyport. In­ terment In St. Joseph's Ceme­ Joseph T. La/.ur, Jr., seventery, Keyport. • year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Laaar, 278 S u n d a y Walter A, Lewandowskl Ave., Old Bridge, died sudden­ ■Waller A. Lewandowskl, 43. ly Tuesday morning, Apr. SO, of 804 Poole Ave., U n i o n 1857, s t St. Peter’s Hospital, Beach, died Saturday, May t, New Brunswick. Uo was a studeut of Uie Brunswick Qnr1857, a t Allenwood Hospital, He was bom in Newmk, son dens Sehbol.. Old Bridge, and of Mrs. Katherine Lcwandow- a m e m b e r of St. Thomas' ski and the late Joseph Lew-, Church, Old Bridge, lie wa s andowskl, He was a veteran of. born in Port ftcadlng. World War n , and a member He is survived, besides his of ‘the Woodmen of the World, parents, by three s i s t e r s , White O ak ’Camp 51, Keyport, Catherine, Cynthia and CaroBesides his mother, he ls lynne; hla paternal grandfath­ survived by his wife, R i t a er, John Latar, Port Read­ (Havens) Lewandowskl; t w o ing; his maternal grandpar­ sons. Walter, Jr.. snd Edward, ents, Mr. and Mrs, J a m e s both at home; two s i s t e r s , Delaney, Hope, and his ma Mrs. William Havens. Union ternal greatgrandfather, Wil­ Bench, nnd Mrs. John Toffil, liam Docrlcs, Springdale, Ark. Maplewood. \ Tho Resem Funeral Home. Funeral scvvloo was h el d South River, was ln diarga of Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the Day arrangements, Funeral Home, Keyport, At 0 Mrs. Oeorge B . Tantuni ajm. a high, requiem mass was celebrated by the R e v . Mrs. Alice B. Tantuni. SS), Joseph Q. Fox, pastor, nt of Clover Hill Rd., llolmdel Holy Family Church, U n i o n died Friday, May 3,*19.57, . lit Bench. Interment wns In Bt. Monmouth Memorial Hospital Joseph’s Cemetery, Keyport, after a year's Illness, i

Evaas, Elisabeth Planning Meeting Pasaualine Funeral services were held Wednesday at 8:30 a.m. n t the Set For Officials Day Funeral Home, Keyport.

Municipal officials In every city and town ln New Jersey have been Invited U> loin rep­ MNQfcftNCS 7 MM 4 MU? WHSH TWOWMNS V&KOBBR10CK resentatives ot state agencies hob*, im f Mej»ju»mar nuaii xigxnucATi -nett,* ln an sli-day planning confer­ CLvss. MMus-TKtr am i omcr> ence at RuLfiers University. sxAJwnotif ■New Brunswick, Wednesday, May 2 1 , In his Invitation, Joseph E. McLean, Commissioner ol the Mew Jersey. Department ol Conservation m a d Economic D e v e l o p m e n t , emphasis­ ed that the theme of the con­ ference ls the relationship and Joint participation ln planning affairs by local and state rep­ resentatives. . Gov. Robert B. Meyner, ad­ dressing the guests a't lundbeon, will discuss mutual or re­ lated problems, n o d tech­ niques for working them out together. This annual state planning conference la sponsored by the New Jersey Federation of Of­ ficial Planning Boards a n d tbe State Department of Con­ servation and Economic -De­ velopment. During tbe morning- ses­ sions, participants ln the pan­ el discussion will Include State U-€. SAVINGS BONOS 4TRGN6 7HBI 7VC «a:U*iTY O* ’rtXJR ffUMUr BrlnkworUi S. Johnston VOuX CDMMUHITi, TOUR COUMT Rif START SUYWd U B . KAVtNGS Secretary of Agriculture P h il­ 90HOB *iwwy—TWJT’« 70il* « * r BET/ v BrUikwDrth S. Johnston, 62, lip Alampl; Education C o mmlssloner F. i l . Raublnger; of 122 W e s t Sylvantn A ve, H e a l t h Commissioner Dr. Neptune City, a former resi­ D a n i e l Bergamo; Highway dent of Keyport and llolmdel The t fare e-act comedy- Club will present a one-act Commissioner D. R. a . Palm ­ Township, died Saturdny, May drama VClaudla,” by It o 8 e opera, “Ba-sUen and Bastlen- er and G . C. skiUmon. Dlieo- 4, 1057, at Fltkln Memorial FranXep, • will be presented na.” by Mozart, May 24. Stu­ tor of the Division of L o c a l Hospital, Neptune, after a long' tonight and tomonow at 8:30 Government. Commissioner Illness, p.m. In the auditorium. Kenneth dents will gather In the main McLean, as co-ordinator/ will He was employed by t h e Knapp, director or music and building at 8:30 p.m . to listen Indicate the over-all responsi­ Jersey Central Power and dramatics, lias combined tbe to M r. Knapp's singers and bilities of state planning with­ Light Co, for 20 years,' where he wns right-of-way a g en t, talents or the Monmouth Coll­ g u e s t soloists por1ray the in his department. Afternoon dlscuss'on topics several years of which he was ege Players, a student club, characters in the pastoral op* and the Dram a Workshop for era. ' • \ w i l l Include water supply, employed at the Union Beach transportation, recreation, In­ office. the production. I t is open with­ Surviving are his wife, Eth­ dustrial development/ urban out charge to the public. N e w R e g u l a t io n s A r e el B.; a daughter, S a n d r a renewal a n d ' metropolitan Tha “‘Junior Prom ,” flr«t tn planning. . RuUi Johnston, at home, and the college's, history, w 111 he P r o p o s e d B y S t a t e Dr. Lewis Webster J o n e a. a brother, Bagel It. Johnston, sponsored by the new Junior The Air Pollution Control president of Rutgers Onlveral- UtUefleld, Me. class May 18. The J u n i o r * Funeral services were held ty, will be the guest speaker Commission, an agency of tbe will celebrate the advent of at 1 p.m. Tuesday at’ the Ely Monmouth as a four-year'col* State Department of Health, a t dinner. Funeral Home, Asbury Park, lege after 23 years as n two- announces a publlo hearing at with the Rev, Elmer O. Strat­ year college. Parker Lee's or* the War Memorial Building, ... R e c e iv e A w a r d s ton, pastor of the West _Qrove Trenton, on June 17, beginning chestra will provide mlsic for Church, >Neptune. Atwwnfr those recent honored Methodist , 4 the ternl-formal e v e n i n g , at 10:15 a.m ., on two proposed which will start 8:30 p.m . ln new chapters.of the New Jer­ by thy National Lead Com- fifUciatlng. Interment was In Hamilton ■ * cemetery* Neptune sey Air Pollution c o n t r o l Pany. Titanium D i v i s i o n , Great HalL. Code. ‘ South Amboy, by the pie scu­ Township, The Monmouth College Qlee In the first chapters pro­ ta ti on of s e r v i c c button Daniel J . Sullivan mulgated, the code denis with awards were Kenneth W. M a­ Daniel J . Sullivan, 73-, of SD air pollution resulting f r o m gee, Matawan, IB years; Le­ open burning. The proposed roy C. Matthews, U n 5 o n Momlngalde Ave.. Keansburg. C h i n e s e F o o d S h o p p e new chapters deal with con­ Bench, Henry Sulllng, Laur­ died Tuesday, Apr. 30, 1957. trol and prohibition of air pol ence Harbor, Henry M. Keg- at his residence. Born ln Ire­ lotion by smoke nnd f r o tn ley._ W e s t Keansburg. . 10 land. Mr,. Sullivan .was tho son combustion of solid fuel. " years; John J . Cahill, Union of tho late Patrick nnd Bridge The chapter defines f u e l B e a c h. Pasqualo F. Noppl, (Leahy) Sullivan He was a World Wnr I votburning equipment as *‘a n y Keyport, 'five years. eran; a communicant of Bt furnace. Incinerator, marine j S p e c i a l i z in g I n T A K E O U T D IN N E R S j Ann’s Churoh, Keansburg, and installation. Internal combn«, C h r is t m a s Secrtswas a retired auto ihechnnlo t l o n engine, refuse-burning And Every Pay equipment, boiler, apparatus, S a l e .of 1936 Tuberculosis from the International M 11 k device, mechanism, stack or Christmas Seals ln Monmouth Co., Hillside. except Tue*d»y structure used ln the proeess and Middlesex County munic! lie is .survived by lils wife of burning fuel, refuse, or oth­ palitles totaled (117.075.55, lt Nellie (Waters) Sullivan; two er combustible material.' From 1 1 :3 0 a .m . to 9 :3 0 p .m . - Frid a y to 1 0 :3 0 p j n . was announced yesterdoy by Mrs. Augusta B. King, execu­ Furnished apartment signs tive director of tho New Jer­ tor sale at this *»t'\e sey Tuberculosis and Health League. Contributions lh Mon­ mouth County totaled e Army ln January 1D5S and completed basic training at Fort Gordon, 3a. - On Admiral's Stall . Paul H. White, Englneman Third Class. U. S. Navy, 187 Dock Rd., Matawan, Is serv­ ing on the staff of Rear Adm. Ira H. Nunn, Commander of the Atlantic Fleet S e r v i c e Force with, headquarters ln Norfolk, Va. He reported to Norfolk Apr. 17 from t h e heavy - cruiser USS Newport News. Before entering tbe service ln .August 1055, Englneman White attended Matawan High School.

Serving In Hawaii U. S. Army Sgt. First Class Parnell W. Bethune, 25, son of .Mr. .end Mrs,. Roosevelt Beth une, Third Ave., Cllffwood, and Army Specialist Third Class Larry C. Szellga. 20, son ol Mr. and Mrs: Andrew W. Szellga, 9 F 1f 1 h St., West Keansburg, are participating ln a three-week field training exercise with the 25th Divi­ sion’s 35th Infantry at'Fohakuloa, 'Hawaii. Sgt. Bethune. whose wife Mabel, ls with blm in- Hawaii, ls a squad leader In the Infan­ try's company D. In the Army for more than four yer.rs,. be arrived overseas on this tour of duty ln April 1958, Specialist Szellga, a medi­ cal aldman In the Infantry's Headquarters a n d Logistics Company, -arrived overseas last December from an assign­ ment at Fort Dawes, Mass. Be­ fore entering the Army ln March 105®, he worked for P. Ballantlne h Sons, Newark. Specialist Szellga was grad­ uated from Red Bank Catho­ lic High School, Class of 1054, Blanken At Georgia ■ U. S. Army Pvt. WUllam E. Blanken, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Blanken, .101 Broad St., Matawan, IS receiving bas­ lo combat training with the Third Infantry Division at Fort Bennlng, Oa. • ,. Pvt. Blanken, a member of. Company A ot the division’;' Third Reconnaissance “ Batta­ lion, was graduated from Mat* awan High S c h o o l , Class of 1052. . . ■ _

*A plan, whereby certain qualified U. S. Navy, vetorans will be guaranteed a school upon re-enllstment, has been announced by Thomas V. Ward, recruiter ln charge of the Asbury Park Navy Re­ cruiting Station. . The plan Is aimed at former Marine Takes Course bluejackets who held N a v y In Tennessee ’ ratings whose advancement ls Cavlll In Korea not as rapid u other Navy U. 8. Marine .Corps Pfc. U. 8. Army Pvt. Roy J. Cav- Ronald J. Cnbansag, son of ratings, for example: Ou n ner’s m a t e; boatswain’s 111. son of Mr. and Mrs. Wil­ Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Cab-, liam Cavlll, 60 Seeley Ave., ansag, 323 Bayview Ave., Un­ m a t e ; ' aviation boatswain’s -mate; d a m a g e controlmai) Keansburg, ls a member of ion Be^ch, ls attending * the 24th infantry Division ln course ln Aircraft Meohanlcs and others. . at tbe . Naval Air Technical T h e r e are l t schools to Korea. h i c h—assignment -can- be Pvt; Cavlll is a supply clerk Training: ..Center,- Memphis. made. -Notably, among them, In , Headquarters Battery of Tenn, He had completed Basic art...Electronics - Technician's t il o Division’s 26th Anti-Air­ Aircraft Mechanlos School . at Bchool; Radarman S o h o o l ; craft Artillery Battalion. He the Naval Air Station, Jack­ Aviation Electronics Technics entered the Army In Septem­ sonville. Fla. . x tan.School-, Radioman Bchool ber- lost, , completed , baslo Stationed In Canada , ' and Air Controlman School. training at Fort DM and s t­ U. S, Army Specialist ' SeoA Navy (veteran, who la rived overseas ln Ma.ch. Qualified f o r a partloular The 17-year-old soldier at­ ond Class Anthony J, McKen school, will leave dlreotly for tended -Middletown Township na, 22, son of Mrs. Anne MoKenna. 237 Main St., Mata­ the scljool upon re-enllstment. High School, . wan, recently arrived ln Can­ Qualifications Include physical Johnson In Korea ada for duty . with the First requirements, color percep­ tion an d " test score require­ U. 8. Army Pvt, Walter O. Arctic Test Center. at F o r t ments. . Johnson, son of Mr. and Mra Churchill. The complete list of schools Qeorge A.-Johnson, 114 Beach­ Specialist McKenna, w h o available and tbe qualifica­ way, Keansburg, recently was last was stationed at W h 11 e tions for each, ls available at assigned to the Seventh In­ S a n d s Provlnr Groqnd the Asbury Park Navy Re­ fantry Division in> Korea. N. M., entered the Army in cruiting Station, Recruiter Pvt, Johnson, a meohanla ln August 1954 and completed Ward said. ’ Company B of the division's baslo training at Fort Dlx, 707th Ordinance Battalion, en. He ls a 1994 graduate of tered the Army ln September Matawan High School. : 1990 and received baslo train­ In Finance Office ing at Fort Dlx. He arrived ln the Far East ln March. U. S. Army Pfo. Oeorge ,C' The 18-year-old sotHler at­ Bogart, son ot Mr. and Mis tended Keyport High School A. .M. Bcgart.'tlroad St., Key; and Leonardo High School. port,- recently arrived th Kori . • ' t ' ea. He Is stationed in the fi­ Schramm At LeJune . . nance office ot the Seventh In ­ TT. S. MarIne'CorPS Pfc. Ed­ fantry Division. . i "Steering ward A, Schramm, son of Mrs. Gertrude Schramm, 14S Warwick Drafted Seventh St., West Keansburg. Thomas W. Warwick, Wash­ y o u M t lore i t “ STEERING) has completed bis baslo train­ ington Ave., Matawan, w a s W O B B U E S J . They crawl Into ing and advance training, and among seven shore men re­ tlrea through road bum pi, curb ■cuffs, woro itc e rin f parti. They presently ls stationed at Camp cently inducted Into the arm­ LeJeune, N, C, ed forces at Newark, » Uloty check-up before lt'« too Pfo. Schramm graduated U te — iho kind your cir gala from Keyport High S c h o o l . ot^our BClenllflo B E A R equipment. Painted handles on knives Class of. 1955; and attended TkiikYtiirRipilr Mm Fir Potomac State College, West and other kitchen Implements never should be allowed -to Virginia, where he played on stand In water, Tlie wood und­ fhtAccidtnl That the football team, Ed has er tho ename} will absorb wat­ Didn't Happen" starting berth ln his b o a d- er a id cause the paint to chip quarters company softball oft, says Monmouth County team. He plans on returning home agent. Mrs. Lorna K. to college after his term of Whlto, . enlistment. , Maple Place, Six Corner* His address la Pfc. Edward K e y p o r t - P h o n e 7 - 3 0 0 0 A. Schramm, 1039411), C.S.Free Pickup r: M.C., HdB. Co, Force Troops, And Delivery Service • Fleet Marine Force (Atlantlo), >8AFETY HEADQUARTERS Camp LeJeune, N. C„ Adj. Section. 1

Fireworks and a 100-gun sv lute will help mark the Fort Totten Centennial on Armed Forces, Day, . May 18, coiii memoratln* 10Q y e a r s of Power'for Peace.” • To Inaugurate tbe festivi­ ties, B o r o u g h President James A. Lundy, Q u e e n s , N, V., has proclaimed tbe week of May 12-1,8 as F o r t Totten Centennial Week. Invi­ tations have been extended to all area residents to partlcl pate ln the centennial c e 1ebrationv —-.... — -........ ;-----.....—... Events will commence on Friday evening, May 17, with a huge fireworks display over Little Neck Bay In Long Is­ land SouLd. Saturday, b o w ever, will mark the centennial celebration proper. The day will be highlighted by a series o f , exhibits contrasting t b e U. S. Army of today wltt its counterpart of 100 years ago. Speaker for the occasion- will be Lt. Oen. Leslie R. Groves, (retired), vloe president pf tbe Remington Division of tbe S p e r r y RanJ Corporation Cen. Grove . former head of the Manhattan project, w i l l discuss the Army’s responsi­ bilities ln tbe atomlo age. . Also on the. agenda tor Sat­ urday ls the dedication ot a new stained glass window ln the Post Chapel. The Totten chapel Is unique In that dur­ ing Its long existence has served as a religious center for various groups of the sur­ rounding community. I t , cur­ rently ls iervlng as a syna­ gogue fors.Jhe Jewish resi­ dents of Bayslde, Queens, ln


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Newly-Opened Discount ■A large .discount'^ store, fea­ turing "everything for t h e home and family.” and oper­ ated by .D r 'u 'r t Stores,- Inc . opened Thursday ln a 60,000. square-foot section of a for­ mer unlfPrm factory building at Bridge Ave. and West Front St., Red Bank. : It Is known as the Red Bank Discount Center. Wil­ liam Druss, Hewlett Harbor L. I., bead of the Druss firm, s a id .m to. $1^>00 000 -In^-mer chandlse went on sale at dis­ count prices when the store opened at 1 p.m . Thursday to begin a se”en; day-a-week op­ eration. • ‘ T he dally and Saturday store hours are from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. The Sunday hours are from 10 a.m, to 6 .p.m. Customers serve themselves from shopping carts, and pay at a molr check-out'point. First floor departments In­ clude; anips, cosmetics, phono­ graph records, men’s a n d hoys' clothing, sporting goods, and a fountain. ' Shoes, chil­ dren’s a n d Infants’ wear, ladles-ready-to-wear, h a r dware, and home-lmprovement departments* will be on t h e second floor. " ^ Mr. Druss,said there a l s o will be direct sales from box cars rolled onto a railroad siding on the properly. T b e store. Is expected to d r a w customers from Monmouth. Ocean nnd Middlesex Coun­ ties. ' . .. iThree auxiliary buildings on the site were ripped down to make way for a parking, lot

With Spice for 400 carj. he re­ ported, adding that a bus far* refund system has been work­ ed out for customers without cars.* ; ■ ■ _ • / - '■ Mr. Druss said the principle ot a discount operation Is to buy ln Quantity. C u b S c o u ts To H o ld W e s te rn D a y S a tu r d a y - Cub Scouts from Monmouth Council. Boy Scouts of Amer­ ica, will hold a Western’Tlay activity....a t .....CowBOy... City, Farmlngdale, on Saturday, ac­ cording to nn . announoeme-w by Kendall H. Lee, chairman of the activities division of the county organization. Mr. Lee said that the own­ er of Cowboy City bsul made a special rate for Den Moth­ ers. Cubmasters,( and C u b S c o u t L . An Interesting pro­ gram Including* rides, square dancing, as well a& otber-west­ ern features, Is scheduled. Mr. Lee said that the Cub Scouts would arrive with Den Moth­ ers and leaders during .the day and are Invited to hold a picnic at the western town. Cub S e t u t leaders expect about 1000 boys and leaders to participate. ; P . When Sgt. Jam es Maguire Joined the N a v k l avta'.lon canip at Annapolis, Md., as a mechanic on Nov. 0, 1912, be became the first enlisted man ln Marine Corps aviation. . Furnished -apart-ient signs for sale at thls'-ii'Se . :

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