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1 ..., f-, :...t s. io Ili^U T H C O. H IS T O R IC A L ASSS., F R S E U 9 I*D. H.J. L V- -...~vr :t This Week 2450 C O P IE S. TWO SECTIONS 8 P A G E S C O V E R IN G TOWNSIIIS OP IIOI.MDHX, MAIIISON MARLBORO, MATAWAN AND MATAWAN OOllOUQIl 89th YEAR 6th WEEK Centrl School H ot Lunch Progrm Approved By Mrlboro Twp. Bord To Mke Up For Lck OF Cfeteri; Pln Cornerstone Lying Progrm In-Ner Future. A hot lunch progrm for new Centrl School ws voted toy t h e Mrlboro Township Bord cf Eduction lst night. No. cfeteri ws provided -when school ws erected. Mr. Olor l M. Antlsell, bord member, declred tht _ for. ft $50 purchse dishes nd kitchen equipment, bord could effect progrm sim ilr to one In Morgnvllle. She ws confident t h e 950 would, be tbe only cost, tht once underwy, pro*. grm would be selfsustlnlng. Some skepticism ws opprent over this, even though no comment ws mde openly. The hot lunch progrm w s pproved on votes Mrs Antlsell, Michel Rynlewlcz, Alfred Btorer, Joseph Alt nd Crl Blnger. Hrvey Hollnd, bord president, Millrd Lm beron nd Dewey Holmes voted ginst It. Willim L. Morrls ws bsent. : Robert Sen, superintendent, ws nmed chirmn to rrnge for forml exercises for lying cornerstone for new school t dte In dvnce opening Sept. 9. Mr. Hollnd nnounced n open house will follow. Mr. Gtorer sked tht Mrlboro. Township Americn Le* slon Post be permitted to conduct flg rising ceremony in connection wltb it. T h e bord empowered Mr. - Holmes, s hed bulld- Ins nd grounds committee, to - buy flgs tor ll schools. The Freehold Junior O r d e r Americn Mechnics fered school Bible 0* n inside drpe flg. The Bible ws ccepted.. Bedy For Specil Clss :Mr, Sen nnounced ll ws in rediness for specil --^- ]ss~for children who need in tensive ttention. Thero re 0 ^v.-i etciilldreniwbf^bve* been tested... nd. b e lo n g,,in > it*.s e n be - Ueve4ho hti techer for tt* f ^Vincent Timbermn, Jmes*. burg, notified bord be would not tke post pby-. sicl eduction supervisor s lirm for_ which he..npw works hs fered him very fvorble propositicin fere.dr however, to help t h e bord In.thletics, free chrge In his spre time. The bord hired in his sted Plorln. Keller s physicl educ* tlon Instructor/ Mrjorie L* Gulere nd Delores Jones l* so were hired s tcchcrs. Mr. Keller will receive $4200, Miss (continued on pge eleven) Uem bei NUoJ Editoril Assocition New Jersey Pres AcsodUo MATAWAN, N. J., THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 957 Mtmbor Uonmouth County Press Assocition Single Copy Ten Cent* Triler Owners Protest Mesure Score Enforcement Of Mdison Ruling Nerly 0 triler owners ppered Mondy night before Mdison Township Committee to protest township s pln to enforce n ordinnce dopted in October 950, which requires trilers to locte In triler prk or py & permit fee $20 month to municiplity.. Since re re no triler prks In community, owners re fced with no lterntive but to py monthly permit fee which y chrged Is exorbitnt. The triler owners rent or own property upon which mobile housing units re locted. - When triler owners, led by Frnk Stnley nd Wlter Breese. suggested y m y hve, recourse through t.h e courts, Myor John C. Chm* berlln told group,. " It would be wste time to tke It to court." Fix To Foundtion In ech cse. Myor Chmberlin told ttie owners only wy to void pying $20 permit fee. which probbly will be demnded by tlu committee beginning next month, is to permnently fix trilers to foundtion. Once vrince Is grnted to convert trilers to. permnent home units, y my be ssessed directly s housing unit, Myor Chmberlin Informed group. All were invited to ttend tho next meeting - Zoning Bord Adjustment which is sche* duled for Mondy. The ordinnce, on books for pst six yers, recently ws ordered enforced by tbe Bord Helth which climed tht triler occupnts weren t pyingjlr.shre..oi. municipl costs. Police, during Lu cky Fell* Some people re just lucky! Tke cse K. S. Mnning, Middlesex fid. property owner, who Is get ttff two for one se dys...two tx hills, tht is. He ppered Mondy night before tbe MdUon Town* ship Committee to complin his predicment. Tht is not unusul since n.ost people who ttend committee meetings, come to i r one gripe or nor. But It ws K. 8. Mnning who topped m ll. lie ws receiving tx bills from both Mtwn Borough end Md* (son Townshtp, Mr. Mnning told committee. Mr. Mnning sid he received wter nd electricity from. borough* In ddition, schools were oloser nd Mtwn fire lrm b o x ws. looted cross t h e street nd horough fire hydrnt ws on his property. Almost everything he requires. comes from borough, he dded. Tho only thing he receives from Mdison Township, he sid, ws tx blu. And he wnt tht!. doesnt Adler Approves Limited Streets Nmes Totl Of 27 For Light Trffic.Mdison Township Police Chief. Edwrd Adler recommended 27 streets In township to be designted light trffic streets t. Mondys regulr meeting Md! son Township Cnmltte. Tho recommendtions were referred to Townsbip Attorney Joseph Edgr Mr. Edgr sid he will prepre n ordinnce designting light trffic streets. The pssge trucks nd hevy vehicles w be. prohibited, once Hist is pproved by Stte Highwy ^ poprt? hlent nd given finl uthoristion by township commlttee. The step, suggested by Donld Mcre, police committee chirmn, ws tken following numerous complints residents ln. thickly... populted res throughout township 4hA»pcLjr&kT_hflyp mftk* tht, hzrds to children t lng survey number trilers ln township, s well s ir loction, s necessry step prior to strict enforcement bill. Wedding Announcements printed promptly< on pneled or bridl book snow-white vellum t this fice. pfy c ould be minimized 7 hevy vehicles were prohibited.. : Chief Adlers recommendtions Included Btes Ct.. Cornell. Yle, Clerson, Vlllnov nd Rutgers Rds. in Mdison Prk section; Brynt Lne, Chrles St., Mrsde (continued on pge eleven) Mdison Approves New Town Hll Republicns Crry Ordinnce, 3*2 Voting 3*2 long prty *nes. Mdison Township Committee Mondy night put through n ordinnce bonding $50,000 to provide for n e w municipl building. At t h e public hering prior to t h e bills doption, ll r e s is t s herd spoke ginst ordinnce nd purchse t)* 00-yer-old Fountin estte on Throckmorton Lne, - j T h e ordinnce ws in mendment to bonding. Ordinnce dopted by ~ former dministrtion In April 4st yer, for construction^ new municipl fcilities. Tlie township now plns to purchse building on Throck riotured bove te T. D. Moore, Red Dnk, showing hl 05 model Rtuti to Edwrd II. Feltus, U I, Director Monmouth County llltorlonl Assocition. The er will be one pproximtely SO ntique utomobiles to be *ho>vn on Sundy only, t tho 0(h Annul Monmouth Fir. The fir, held for benefit Monmouth County llutorlonl Assocition, gr pointed out If ll tho mu«will bo open on Sturdy nd Bundy t Monmouth Prk Rce Trck, Ocenport. Judging ntclplltlo join hnds, t h e morton Lne,, remodel.- nd ers will 6trt t p.m. on Sundy, nd tho prde will tke plce t 2LprtUi Frederick coit to eili will be smll It convert colonil-type structure into municipl building. Mrs. Will Ummell, lied Bnk. Monmouth County rtists will hve work tli disply t bring bout relief. Ho i rt Gssert, Jr., Director Motor Vohlolos, will wrd prises. f oourt ction is neoesmiy to A new feture tho fir this yer will be Arts nd Crfts Sllow, under tho direction Thoms Miller, Robert ftr Including pintings nd drwings, sculpture, cermics, weving, sllverjewclry, hon sl. re Is strong suspicion Chndler nd Qeorge Mrshll pewter nd smll crved wood objects, furniture stenollllng, rugs, nd (Moppets. Mny tho nrtloles will be on sole. Children cn be left with flitter servloe, giving dults time to tlmt possibly ffluent from ll chided Uie committee;, oo browse round tho booths while ohlldren pint, draw nd model In cly. pper nd yest mnufo* its decision to purchse luring plnts dumped Into tho remodel century o d * house. Mr. Miller mintined Arrign Youths Two-Story School South River, my blend Outstnding Sle It ws twice s much work to tliore to produos nulsnnoe., Fred Fessler, Hslet, r» remodel thn to build n e w He tld If tlie Industries will ohlteot for. Mtwn structure. In Motel Theft Township Bord Eduction, confirmed yesterdy Set For Mtwn give true report, t h e Vote Along Prty Lines mount ot ffluent eiu into Myor John L. Chmberlin Swift Arrest After tht on Mondy bord Locl Merchnts To tlio Ilvot It-wilt help, He stnt- Joined with his Republicn collegues Horce Anderson ud Offer Mny Vlues Gunpoint Holdup gve him go»nhed to ed he hd received mn^ culls drw plm nd speolflo* nd lottsrs from resident*, Donld Mcre to crry dop* Ptrick J. Gynor, IB, (7 tlon bill over tho op* Threo full dnys top-notch, sking how y oould li e I p. position Michel Stts nd Ogden St., Jersey City, on mid-summer shopping vlues He sugbosted when y re bored by tlio fumos y E d w h r d Scnlon, holdover two youths who llegedly pulled stlckup t fbr brgin huntors will be Democrts. Myor Chmber Sunset lin sid $20,000 will be used to cquire building nd four-cre trct lnd. An d* dltionl $30,000 is needed to re* construct, furnish nd e Q u );p building ns nev municipl hll nd to provide nccessry. fice spce... At present, t h e township, cleric nd collector use brtttp* ed qurters in one-room town hll, lso in tho Browntown section township. Erlier this yer, township committee ordered municipl meetings moved to Cheesequke Fire House to provjdc dditionl-room -for ^tliose--fc* tending. The originl ordinnce, dopted ln ApTii lubu, i>y 4 previous township dministrtion ws lo hve been used to finnce construction n e w township fices. However, becuse bonding ctivities Bord Eduction n d bids contrctors which were over estimted building costs, project ws delyed. Cliffwood Prents Demonstrte Red Cross Swiinmirig Techniques First >trp In trrhlng ny yonn.*ur t iwlm, ceordlnr ( new "do-ll-fournrlx m io u l, "T fichln* Johnnr to Snlm, > te get him med to hving his fce In wter. Mke ft gme out It. Get kids to bob for sppltt. And you cn trt jronr teching right (n tbe kitchen t home. Here, (left). M r.. Krl It. Hclinrck. MUwn Ed.. Cllffwood, boldi on fllllr. to month., bobs tor n elusive pple, i brotbrr Krl, Jr., eight, nd Fred. six. wit ir trns. Krl Hehneck, sr.. vice pre»ldtnl ot tbe Mtwn Townihlp Bord Idurtlion md ssistnt director ot sfely services t tbe New York Chpter, Americn Vted Cross, vrtcbes lo.ee tht mothrr Is using tbe pproved lied Cross technique. Next, (In top right picture), Johnny ynunt get used to getting his bed under wter. This Is best ccomplished ccording to Uie Red Cross, b y using sfe bddy ytem. Pir kids f, bve m grsp hnds, fcing ech or, nd lternte rhythmiclly In ducking under wter. Krl, (left), nd Fred prctice, s ir mor, holding Billy, bones up on net step. Worn out with tbls first dy lerning how to wlm, Hilly tke, time out for luncb, followed, s nyone cn plinly see, by np. In succefdlng lessons rhllilrrn will trm bow to flot, how Ut propel Uiemselves by kicking In wter, elements dog pddle nd ll-down dive. The Bcbnecks prticipted In New York Chpter demonstrtion lo Rlverdle, N, Y., showing bow prent, cn tecb ir own children how to wlm. Getting on bndwgon i mke wter sprites out ol demonstrtion t rtlver- Krl R. Bchncck, Mtwn with "do-it-yourself d- tots rlgrhl on home dslc Neighborhood nd Librry Atfocltlons outdoor Fred, nd Billy. Their fr, ltd., Cllffwood, were Kli. Jr., diets, Red Cross hs Jusl grounds. come up wllh new textbook: To dcmoniute how simple pool. DS2 Mosholu Ave., Hew who Is iulbiiiiit director ot clled "Teching Johnny How j It Is lo Inlllme your g ones i York., * mlely ttrilres si Ihe N e w to Bwlm." n Instruction msn-ilnto sfe «lm<hlng skits, th# The pt, pupil,,»!»«were, York Red... Cjosn v.».. chpter, ws - ul showing prents how to!k«w York Chpter presented tutored by tbelr mor, M r.j (continued on pgo.u I \ M o t e, Route 39. Holmdel Township, on July 30, ws ordered held ln 4500 bond for ction tho grnd Jury when he wb rrigned ln munlolpl court Fridy night.. }Us prtner, 7-yer-old HmttMftUi:*, potloe:-;,eoot-.lso from Jersey City, wns bold Vithout bll upon Ills ppernce before Juvenile^ uthorities. Qnynor pleded not guilty lo tho chrgo hold-up nd robbery. The complint wns signed.by-xroopc.r.efll,ric...luc Keyport Brrcks, He ws confined to tlie county Jil inlinlrt.-nnittlin nr liny ws confined to tlio Juvenile shelter ln Freehold. Tken Off Bui. Stte pollco t Keyport Brrcks sid tht Gynor his compnion were tken f s bus ln Kensburg s i m - pects- ln stolen cr cn. Kensburg Ptrolmn Ptrick Keelen. who mdo tho rrosts, ws suspicious tho youths fter he found cr whloh hd been stolen In Jersey City prked on Kensburg street. Ho sw> m bording bus nd held m fur questioning. In pper bg ono t h youths wus crrying, stte police sid, wero two b o k contlnuod on pge eleven) Womn Killed In Mrlboro Mishp Auto Plunges Into Deep Run Brook Mrs. Mry Donohue, 39, 0D Mcchnlo St., Freehold, ws killed Sturdy night when her cr rn f Mor. gnvllle Rd. Into brnch Deep Hun Drook nd turned over, tttn police t Keyport Brrcks reported. H e r slx-ycr-old dughter, Mry, wns dmitted to Illvorvlcw Hospitl for hed injuries. Her condition ws listed n fir. Hospitl ficils sid Mrs. Donoliuo ws ded oh rrivl t lioupltl. Police reported section ercck (continued on pg eleven) Holmdol Bord Will Rccoivo School Bids T li t Holmdel Township Bord Eduction will ro* eelve b d» for construction c!us9roum school on Aug. 20. Tlie proposed school wh^ch ws pproved by school district voters In Mrch thli yer, lso will include n ll* purpose room, hculth room nd Office spce. The school wll! be built on 0-cre trct on K c y»o r t* lfoimdcl Ud. Ptiichusc trct wllf rctjuhii 27,& bond Jtifjur. The bond i.e/me unrd up nil Uie VjJSi-iO Lorrowintf mruln now vilble in townfthlp rined township dcbtil230, 032 beyond Un letcl dcbtlirnlt. New York Iprn p lk ft IC s p re s. II Cl DlUH m> I o it II tllp ftrijirm service convenient rlim/niirk/ tin urn..cljouuie cll Keyporl VJOO, Crs To Run At Monmouth Prk tlons for two-story Cllffwood building. The bord hs been viewing sohool construction ln number dlstrlots nd ws for time undecided wher to build one-story or t w o-story structure, Mr. Fessler sid pln pproved by tbo bord conforms to. 20-room t w o * t o r y lyojut lie originlly. submuicd ekoepi ibt t h e trige/ tn : t h e <.ll-purpose * room Is to, bo sfil/ted ^ M*o opposite end Ihe building. The li»purpose room will, hvo tlio kltchen-oufeterl fcilities desired by Cllffwood residents. Mr. FesNler commendod. Judgment. ot»ihe..hord.in ohllng compct nnd economicl pln for thoir Cliff* VfloH»rl.nnl p^nprrfv» " sid surveys should be completed this wook, n t h e loction building pln cn bo net. H-VW-M Shres Reported Hiked President Mkes Interim Report on gin next Thursdy, Aug. 5 with tho nnul Mtwn Bnles Dy ovont stged by Mtwn retilers. T h e mid-summer sles extrvngni, whloh consistently drws nhopiiors from throughout Monmouth County -wuv onttnub U\cu»U Fridy nd Sturdy. Aug, 0»r.rt Mwolwiilsin Mntdwnn mvo been selecting outstnding vlues to.fer during tlio Bles event for pst two months. Tho sulos dnys fire sponsorodby Mutwn Morcliitnts Assooltion nnd ech prticipting morohnnt Is fering Fien in ii i o I p n prking Louis M. Hguo, prosldtnt, lots, dlrootly locted in t h e roported tht Ihe number hert tho business dlslrlot. shres llmon-vnwlnkle- will bo ninih vilble to ihop> Munnlng Co. stuck hs Incresed In t h e lst tlirno brgins forert during t li o lieis tking dvntge tlio months from Slil,D<l to 332,)30 throo-dy event, Mtwn ulsu s tlio result stock dividend two-nd-onc-lilf p e r fers free ourbslde prking. cent on June 20, The nnouncement cme In Mr. Hgues Interim report to stockholders l.o r six-months period which ended Juno 30, 907, Mr, Ilguo nnounood, "Net sles for socond qurter mounlod lo $4,200,00.00 with net income, fter txo^, *80,820.00, or 09 cents p e r shre. T h e over-ll picture, refore, for first s x months opertions shows considerble Improvement oveirtfiji^ showing mdo In tho first qurter. Indictions re tht tills Improvement will crry Into third qurter. A dditionl supplies nickel w e re mde v il b le d u r ing tho sccond qu rte r for Ind u s tr i l use, T h is h s id e d In re lie v in g s h o r t g e exintliik In th e p ln tln g In d u s tr y n il lifts Im p r o v e d o u r s u p p ly b hlp tn r n ts. " A n In te re s tin g d e v e lo p m e n t d u r in g p u n l q u r t e r h s b een th e n u m b e r o f re q u e u ls for q u o t tio n s fo r c o n tin u o u s e quipm ent for.clening, p l t in g o th e r p r o c e s s in g. It n p p e u rs th t th is c tiv ity w ill K iitlior m o m e n t u m to w r d th n end th ir d q u r t e r. T h e re lso h s been n Im p r o v e m e n t In o u r o r d e r s f o r e le c tr ic l e q u ip m e n t," Thoso Mufflors C h ie f J o h n J. F lo o d, M n t w iui P o lic e, w r n e d y e s te id e y thnt uhc H ollyw ood m u f flers o n sp e e d in g v e h ic le s t h e h o r o u g h w e ie b r in g in g co m plints noise nd proving s t r tlin g to o th e r d r iv e r s s n d p e d e s tr i n s. T h e chief w r n e d Ihe in il n iirft ctif.ed b y th e ir use o n c s r s in u s t sto p, ls o tho sp e e d in g o n ho r o u g h stre e ts b y d r iv e r s u sin g th e m, morchnndlo t b r g n I n prices, yubllili Supplement In ddition to specil slioppors supplement which will lio published In next woeks Issue Th Mlwn Journl, supplement olioulrs, nnouncing tho slo, will be miled In reldontn tho borough nnd surrounding territories. Ornge nd blck signs, furnished by Tlio Drwn Publishing nil Printing Co,, will bo distributed throughout tho btislno»e district, lso prclmtng sles ovont, ln Edgr Reports Oil Air Pollution Mdison Attorney Clims Progress Complints llpollution,in Old Bridge re were giv- ; en furtlior iling t tho Md Ison Township Committee meotlng Mondy nlglit when Township Attorney Joseph Edgr roported he lmd Bent retiursts to Syrevllle, S o u t b lllvor, JinesbuiK nd Spotswood tht y join with township ln fight ginst! odors coming llogodly Irom liltmls ln tlie Old Uiitlge nre nnd cliumlcls tht tttiok pint on houses nd do or dmge. Reporting ByrevlUc h s greed to cu-opevte, Mr. Ed note tho dnte nt) wer condition*, since suclt informtion would be considerble vl. uo, Tu Cntnt Ht(«Agency Ho lfto reported t li e BUt» Ison i d ltonltli will bo oun- Ucted for Informtion iifttli-. ed when ilffiuml^rifflliklnti^weve lrrndi,.keverkvyot;*. >*t>, Anor plnt.ws,omiiji fn It -Uttitf t^k* Hum W.Oie/t. who sinrgestod investliriitlon. me Quigley plnt In Old llildgo, long Horrfontoufn Avo., which ho llogod throws smog over Iho suitotiitdlhh torrltoi y thnt is so, thtok inotorlnts nro ilnnuer losing control ir ors, Mr. Ulilgur loporlod lie hud contcted llm Kcntliill C o n- tructlon Loinpiuvy, tho dovsloper, with demnd Hint VIIlnovn ltd, lu Mndlson l nrk, ner St. llenodlctlnn Church, bo repired..tho developerl fixing It nd Plns to send Ihe bill to tho btillilutm uf tlie church, wlm nllogedly cused tho dmge by sending hevy trucks with Ijulldlng mnterlul over rod whon tho ohuroh ws bolii* ooiitliiolod.. lie lto rd >(JiLo<l protest RWiimt, Mndlon Wtvr Coinpny rtos lis been filed with, ihe Publlo Utility Lonimlnnlon In helinlf civic «so<iliuloii»; tlio townnlilp nml ImUvliluiiis, Tho comiinny s nswer will bo mde known tu llio townnlilii nd publlo hering will follow,. Keyport Dy Activities Strt Erly Sturdy Willi Crowning*Of Queen Four Bnds, Floti, Str Attrctions Schoduled In Grnd Prde; Othor Outstnding Events Set Alter, Add To Dy Funorl Homo T h e Dy F u n o r u l H o m u 30 M p lo I!,, K e y p o r t, «In t h t p r o c e m o f u n d d ltln n lte r tio n p r o g r m t h t e n h u n c o th e b r n u ty t* t will both Iho ck toclcr th e In le i lov th e h o m e, rcnultln K in one th e mo-t d iw nlflc d find com- fu n e r l liormrn lu Jcifrvy, Tl»c In te r io r, t l lly IncrciM l in ftpnee, N e w subotn- w ill bn c o m p le te ly ir n o v t e d fclurimk n o fi co lo rs nnd h n n n o n l- (iiis im iifihinm -i Lhut W ill e M l tlipnuii-ivrh K io c n fu lly to u h o m e lik e n tm o fjp h c ro. C olo rn w ill be m i r n n f g re e n n n d rose, w ith liw npx u nd In d ir e c t.lig h tin g d e n lg n td to brlnk u u t e ffe c tiv e ly t h e p tte r n m i te x tu re fur* ntnhtng n,.t h e e n tire fu n e r l h o m e w ill be ir c o n d itio n e d, ft w ill c o n t in fiv e e p r n te d m p e ln, flo w e r ro o m, cftnkct d ln p l y r o o m, n m o k ln g h n m g e, re c e p tio n r o o m, d m ln lh tr tlv e o ffice th o m o s t m o d e r n o f p r e p r tio n ro u m fl. H p n n b tik, c o n v e n ie n t p r k in g r e s r e v il b le, (Je n e r ) c o n s tr u c tio n In un- drrr tlio s u p e r v is io n o f A. A. D e vlrio, O e n e r l U *i d n g C o n fttiu c tlo n C o n tr s e to r Of M u ln w n. w ith h o m B A, V il, N e w flr u iu w lc fc, «tt I chi te r t. A ll nub c o n tr c ts re by lo c l c o n tr c to r s, fuurtlntr wllh rrownftig tho flibt Keyport i;y Quern" Hnlmdy morning, full dy fun, frolic nd excitement le promised for third nnul Keyport Dy Celebrtion, lt, w n reported yenumdy by Howrd Jcundron, chirmn thu Knyport Civic Affirs CominlUce, ICeen. intnrpnt wn nhown in t)io conteht conducted lo boled Keyport Dy Queetl" with fliinl tnbulllon commlttrn showing 4,600 vnle c«b during.inly. Vole# for ny tlu* 20 pretty girls, who m entered lu Ihr contfit, were wrdpfl with ech dollr purcho In ny Keyport stole,. Tiie "Quern" will be crowned Mtunly t 0:0 in, to Nttl dy> fohtlvitlpf. Crowning will titko plce l front thn o.l.l l<vilowrt Hll, Min tit. with tlio top htx glrll In blloting welccted s fl-» nllnu. A Qureii nd two ld* les in witing n will be nnounero by tho coinmlttee, Itrlfn Over Aellvliles In nddluon to recrlvlnf A Kwlnxy prl/fs donted by ICeypoit hloirft, thn tflru will (continued oil pge six). Nolle* Tlie Mtwn Qvtng n n d Lon Aisortllor> opvnto i u N o i i siibsmiiition to in tfttb Henr on i*4u9 Jflth 0M Ou^*rri ><lor.i y*> Pven u n t I. Auiut VOtb, 0J>7 V f J(p euv «/lft

2 - f c j m K K i L : n n Tw» Aur. 8, 95 Weddings Scbo-Slno Before n ltr decorted with white gldioli, Mtss* Virgini Antoinette Sino, d&ughter Mrs. Albert Slno, Route 85, Keyport nd lte Albert Slno, becme bride ol Edwrd Sebo, Route 35, Keyport, son Vincent Sebo. Mishwk, Ind., nd lte Mrs. Sebo, Sturdy, Aug. 3,. 957, t 2:30 p.m. ln St. Joseph s Church, Keyport. The Rev. Cornelius J. Kne, pnstor, ficited t double ring ceremony. Mrs. Michel Coi ws soloist nd Miss Lorett Durnte, orgnist. Given in mrrige by her bror, John Slno, Keyport, bride wore full- ensti gown white pure silk tissue tffet. The fitted bodice hd round neckline bordered with ppliques Alencon lce, nd cp sleeves. Clusters ot bby Perls nd sequins were embroidered over ppliques Alencon lce, over t h e entire gown, bouffnt skirt wblch hd two bck bustles nd. wide plets forming chpellength trin. Her flngertlplength veil illusion fell from tir perls bugle beds nd she crried cscde bouquet white orchids nd white crntions. Miss Rose Slno, Keyport, ws her sister s mid honor. Her Clnderell-style gown LVlgne, son Mrs. Robert bride Joseph Armnd sheer shrimp nylon w s Buckmster, North.leld floor-lengtii with strpless Ave., Mtwn, nd lte bodice nd ft mtching stole. Joseph A. LVlgne on Sturdy, Aug. 3, 957, t 0.m. She wore smll tir shrimp flowers with circulr ln St. Joseph s Church, Key veil nd crried n old fshioned bouquet blue crntlons. (The bridesmids were Miss CrmeU Slno, Mlsc Rit Slno, Keyport, nd Miss Stell- Slno, Red Bnk, ll slsters bride. Their gowns Olven ln mrrige by her nd hedpieces were styled fr, bride w o n u like honor ttendnt s ln nkle-length gown white embroidered orgndy designed pecock nd y crried old fshioned bouquets pink with v-neckllne nd short crntions. sleeves. Her flngertlp-length Three-yer-old Grce Stnctl, Red Bnk, cousin bride, ws flower girl. Her ClnderellJ3tyle gown sheer shrimp nylon ws floor-length with puff sleeves nd squre neckline. She wore tir mtching flowers nd crried n old fshioned bouquet pecock crntions. Joseph Rossi, Keyport. ws best> mn nd ushering werejohn Montesno, Plinfield: Wlter Antrim, R e d Bnk, nd Pul Montesno, Keyport, nepbow oi bride. Three-yer-old Victor Amto, jr., Kensburg, cousin bridegroom, ws ring berer. ----The -bride s mor "wore pink silk orgnz fternoon dresswith pink sequin hed pleeei-plnk-eeessisrli corsge white orchldb. A reception followed t Red Bnk Bllroom, fter which tbe couple left tor motor trip to Michign Indin. For trveling, t h e bride wore white linen suit with- white picture ht with redtrlro nd corsge red roses. The bride grduted from Keyport High-School nd ls employed by B&tlly Bros., Inc., perls nd silver bugle beds. Redi Bnk. The bridegroom The fitted bodice hd c p grdoted from Mishwk sleeves nd skirt ws Hleh.Sohool nd served ln styled with plets nd godets. U,-S. Army during Koren Her flngertlp-length veil Il conflict, serving nine months In Kore. He ls employed by. Henry Luhrs Se Skiffs, Inc., Morgn. T lie couple will reside In ir mobile home, R o u tt 35, Keyport. W edat St. Joseph s Church MR., MRS. JOSEPH ARMAND LVIGNE Miss Gretchen Ann Schumcher, dughter Mr, nd Mrs. Hermn Schumcher, 25 Wrren St., Keyport, becme port. The Rev. John J. Hendrick ficited t double ring ceremony before n ltr decorted wltb white gldioli. Mrs. Michel Cox ws soloist nd Miss Lorett Durnte, orgnist. veil Imported French Illusion fell from Juliet cp mtching mteril nd she crried round bouquet white roses nd stephnotls bcked with white net. Miss Boverly Ann Ellery. Koerler-DIghotJi Miss Mry Louise Blbot, dughter Mr, nd Mrs. Pul Blhot, Jr., Route 6, Browntown, becme bride Henry Murice Koegler, son Mr. nd Mrs. Joseph Koegler, Brighton Ave., Red Bnk, Sturdy, Aug.J, 957, t 2:30 p.m. ln St. Jmes C h u rc h, Red Bnk. The Re.. Willim Anderson ficited t t h e double ring ceremony Mrs, Georgi Mson plyed trditionl wedding music on orgn. White gldioli nd white mjcstlc disies were rrnged on ltr. Given ln mrrige by her fr, bride wore wltzlength gown white silk crystlette designed with scoopncckllne with stnd-up collr, embroidered with seed Mrried At St. Joseph s Church Keyport, unt bride, ws mid honor. H e r bllerin-length. gown turquoise fille hd mtching jcket nd she wore white ht, white ccessories nd corsge roses. John Lynn LVlgne, Mtwn, ws his brors best mn.. Por her dughter s wedding, Mrs. Schumcher selected lilc sheth dress with smll white bt, white ccessories nd corsge pink roses. The bridegroom s mor chose green sheth dress with white trimming, white ht Bnd ccessories nd corsge white roses. A reception followed t home brides prents, fter which couple left for motor trip through New Englnd Sttes. For trveling, bride wore beige dress with brown ht nd ccessories nd corsge white roses. The bride nd bridegroom sre grdutes Keyport High School. The bridegroom served four yers ln U. S. Nvy nd ls employed by Philip Crey h Co., Perth Amboy. The couple will reside In Keyport. groom, jws tie mid honor. Her. white orgndy fternoon dress hd scoop, neckline, cp sleeves nd wide mint green cummerbund ending in lrge bck bow. She wore green picture ht, green ccessories nd crried flreslde.bsket mlxed grden flowers nd Ivy. ; Miss Nncy Wtts, Rosello, ws--bridesmid. Stie wre sme color nd style gown nd ht s tht honor ttendnt nd crried t fireside bsket mixed grden flowers with bbies -breth. Joseph Koegler, Red Bnk, 957, i t p.m. in Holy Fmily Church, Union Bech. T h e Rev. Joseph. Pox, pstor, ficited t double r n g ceremony before n ltr decorted wltb white gldioli. Given ln mrrige by h e r bror, George Cmp, Freehold, tbe bride wore pink summer stin cocktil dress with mtching ht nd ccessories nd she crried n old fshioned bouquet white roses nd crntions. Mrs. George Cfemp, F r e e- hold, slster-lit-lw ot bride, ws mtron honor. She wore nlle green chiffon street-length dress with mtching ht, white ccessories, nd crried yellow old fshioned bouquet. Chrles Cherney, Brooklyn, ws his brors best mn The bride s motlier selected pink silk fternoon dress with mtching ht nd ccessories nd n orchid corsge. The brldegrooir. s mor chose white suit with blck trimming, white ht nd ccessories nd n orchid corsge. A lwn prty followed nt brldo j home, fter which couple left for New Brunswick, Cnd, For trveling, t h e bride wore blue summer suit with white trimming, white ht nd ccessories nd n orchid corsge. The bflde grduted from Keyport High School nd ls employed by Grden Stte Prkwy Authority. Red Bnk. Sh is member Prkwy Bowling Legue. The bridegroom grduted from Theodore Roosevelt High School, The Bronx, nd t h e University Tennessee, Knoxville. Tenn., where lie received Bchelor Science Degree ln Civil Engineering. He ls employed by Chicgo Bridge nd Iron Co., Hillside. He served four yers in U. S. Army In World Wr H, ll which time ws spent In Africn nd Europen Thetres. He ls member Wtchung Ski Club, Elizbeth, nd Union Bech Vtcht Club. When y return from ir wedding trip, couple will reside on Peters PL, R e d Bnk, - ws his brors best m n white roses with white orchid ln center, nd Hermn Odilon, R e d Bnk, cousin bridegroom, ushered. N. Y., ws mtron hon Mrs. Jmes Cox, Fltbush, The bride s mor selected or. Her lloor-length gown princess style fternoon bby blue nylon tulle h l t gown green crybtlctto with high neckline wllh pointed portrit collr, white collr, cp sleeves nd tiered skirt. Bhe wore mtching ht nd green nd white ccessories nd corsge green ht wltb circulr veil cyprlpedlums nd stephnotls. crried Jin old fshioned bouquet <st blue crntions with lusion fell from crown The bridegrooms mor seed nd terdrop perls nd chose pink chllfon over lvender tffet, fternoon dress The bridesmids were Miss pink lce. she crried colonlnl bouquet ot white roses, fered crntions nd bbies -breth. shding from white to lven Slnttery, cousins ot bride, with Uly---vlley h t Jon Anwnder, Miss Lorrine Miss Alice Orlllon, R e d der with lvender ccessories nd Miss Crol Quinln, ll Bnk, cousin tho b r d e- nd corsge yellow te Brooklyn. Their gowns roses. hts wero styled like honor A rcceptlon followed t ttendnt s ln shrimp with Crystl Brook Inn, Eton- mtching Jckets over Mr. «na Mr*. Sontph H. nrrbrink, Jr., wli were mrried on. Sturdy, July *7, 057, t St, Joseph s Ohuroh, Keyport, bve returned-front) :4i4lr trip to Virgini nd re residing t 20 Vlley Dr., Mlwn. Mrs. Berbflck l former M lsi Vivin Mrj«Vluer, Iin*ll«htoivn. town, fter which couple left for trip to Cnd. For trveling, tho bride wore green linen sheth dress with blck ht nd ccessories nd corsge white roses. The bride grduted from Mtwn High School nd ttended Drke s Business College, Elizbeth. Bhe ls employed s ptent stenogrpher t Singer Mfg. Co., Elizbeth. Tho bridegroom ttended Middletown Township High Bchool nd lso ls employed by Singer Mfg. Co., Elizbeth. He served ln tho U, S, Air Forco nd ls member tho 0250th U. S. Air Force Reserve, Asbury Prk. When y return from ir wedding trip, tho couple will reside on Morgnville Rd., Mtwn. Clierucy-Cnmp Miss Crol Cninp, dughter Mrs. Mildred Cmp, Union Ave,, Union Bench, becmo tho bride Jolm A. Cherney, son Mr. nd Mrs. Rudolph Cherney, 003 Shore Rd., Union Bcch, Sturdy, Aug. 3, Slversen-Ken-vn Miss Mrgret K e n v n, dughter Mr. nd Mrs. Thoms K. Kenvn, 28 -Twilight Ave., Kensburg, becme bride Chrles Slversen, son Mr, nd Mrs. Christopher Slversen, 52 Huntington St., Brooklyn, Sturdy, Aug. 3, 957, t 3:30 p.m. In St. Ann s Church, Kensburg. The Rev*-- Bt&nlejrljQvnde&l outdted t double ring cererrtony iieforb bn ltr defcoriit- ed with white gldioli. Mrs. Cmille Snt Luci ws" tlie soloist nd Mrs. Mrie Lederhus, orgnist. Olven ln mrrige by her fr, bride wore full length gown nylon tulle with sbrin neckline cp sleeves. Hnd embroidery trimmed _edge nf -ncek.. sleeves, hem, nd ruffles on bck skirt which flowed into chpel- tngth trin. Her flngertlp-length veil Illusion fell from crown strpless bodices, nd y crrlcd old fshioned bouquets shrimp orntlons with blue lce. Slx-yenr-old Kthleen Gormn, Frmlngdle, L. I., niece bridegroom, ws t h e llower girl. She wore floorlength gown blue shrimp nylon tulle with puff sleeves nd lrge bck bow. Her hedpiece mtched t h e princess bsket blue shrimp crntions which she crried. Christopher Slversen, Jr., Brooklyn, bror tlm bridegroom, ws best mnn nd ushering were Robert Blvcrscn, bror bride groom, nd Mlchcl Tedesco, Drooklyn, n n d Joseph Beverge, Kcinsburg. Dniel Slttery, Brooklyn, cousin tb o bride, ws ring berer. For her dughters wedding, Mrs. Kenvn wore w h e Incc over orchid orgndy fternoon dress with smll orchid ht, orchid ccessories nnd corsgo orchid Blomellls. T h e bridegrooms mor chnse ple pink silk Couple Mrried Sundy MR., MBS. ROBERT HINES Miss Puline Mry Lutz, dughter Mr. nd Mrs. Spencer Lutz, 2 Poole Ave., Union Bech, becme bride Robert Hines, son Mr. nd Mrs. Albert Hinds. 355 Texs Rd., Mtwn, Sundy, Aug. 4, 957, t 2 p.m. ln Holy Fmily Church, U n i o n Bech. The Rev. J o s e p h O. Fox ficited t double ring ceremony before n ltr decorted with white gldioli. Mrs. Frnk Fleming plyed trditionl wedding musio on orgn. Olven ln mrrige by her fr, bride wore fulllength gown designed with fitted sequln-embroldered bodice Chntilly lce over stin with sbrin neckline nd long sleeves pointed t t h e wrjsts. Tbe full skirt ws bordered with wide nylon tulle ruffle encircling c h p e - length trin. Her flngertlplength veil Illusion fell from crown perl nd she crried cscde bouquet white roses, stephnotls bbies -breth. M I s. Hrold McKenn, Mtwn, ws mtron honor. She wore bllerlnlengtir-gown shrimp nylon tulle with strpless bodice; mtching stolg" nd mtching tffet cummerbund. A c r o w n ol mtching perls dorned ber hir nd she crried? oolonjl ^ bouquet shrimp roses nd bnbles - flreth.,. ) Miss Florence Lutz, Union Bech, sister, bride, nd Miss Jon Hinds, Mtwn, sister : bridegroom,.were ttendnts. Their gowns nd hedpieces were styled lter nooiudros-wlth--niteh; Ing ht nd ccessories nd corsge white glmellls. A reception followed t Flmingo Bllroom, Kensburg, fter which couple left for Pocono Mountins; like honor ttendnts ln blue nd y crried colonil bouquets blue roses bbies -breth. Seven-yer-old Roslie Lutz, Union Bech, sister t h e bride, ws flower girl. Her floor-length gown nlle green nylon tulle ws styled like, pinfore with ruffled skirt. She wore green perl crown nd crried miniture colonil bouquet green roses nd bbies -breth. Hrold McKenn, Mtwn, ws best mn nd ushering were Robert Rutkowskl, Keyport, nd Frnk Bnfto, Mtwn, cousin bride. The bride s mor chose blue lce over mtching tffet fternoon dress with circulr skirt, white ht nd ccessories nd corsge white roses. The bridegroom s mor selected blue dotted Swiss fternoon dress with stright skirt, white ht nd ccessories nd corsge white roses. A reception followed t Lincoln Hose Fire Co. Fire House, Keyport, fter which -couple left for trip to Florid. For trveling, t h e bride wore blue cotton suit wltb white ht nd ccessories nd corsge white crntions. Tbe bride grduted from Keyport High School, Clss 957. nd will be employed by Peoples Ntionl Bnk; Keyport, when couple return from ir trip. The brldegroom ttended Mtwn High School nd ls employed by Henry Luhrs Se C k f f s Inc., Morgn. Tbe couple will reside t 24 August St., South Amboy. honor, nd Mrs. John Rlelly, sequins nd perls nd s h e Port Monmouth, nd Miss crried cscde bouquet Shirley Mount, Keyport,, t h e PA, For trveling bride bridl ttendnts. They wore bllerin-length gowns wore blck summer suit shrimp nylon tulle designed with white ht nd ccessories nd white, orchid cor with round neckline, short sleeves, nd mtching c u m- sige,. merbunds ending ln bustle The bride ttended Prospect bncks. They wore ftchlng Heights High School, Brooklyn, fitted hts. Mrs. Worley crried colonil bouquet ot pink nd ls employed by Frnt Bros., Brooklyn. The bridegroom ttended WUllm nd white crntions nd ttendnts crried colonil Qrdy High School, Brooklyn, bouquets pink ^crntions nd works with flooring construction firm ln Brooklyn. nd bbies-breth. Joseph Plgott, Mlddletoi When y return from ir ws Uie best mn nd ushering were Leo Rosse nd Louis wedding trip, couple will reside on Huntington St., Brooklyn. Rosse, Atlntic Highlnds. A reception followed t Buck Plnning A Vction? " h y Dy Cllst Vlle? 0-4K 4 Smith SI. Perth Ambor Stemship Or Plne Prompt Reservtions BROWN TRAVEL BUREAU 7 Brodttj, Keyport Nl*hi Cll* I,, Keyport 740 ScUoeder-Gmche S m h s Resturnt, E s Miss Crine Ann Om- Kensburg, fter which t h e nche, dughter Mr. couple left for Pocono Mrs. Clifford Gnmche, 303 Mountins, P. For trveling, Thompson Ave., Est Kensburg, bride wore pink dress becme bride Krl with white ht nd ccessor Sohloeder, son Mr. nd Mrs, les nd corsge white Willim Schloeder, 7 Est crntions. Orflcld Ave., Atlntlo Highlnds, The brides mor chose Sturdy, Aug. 3, 957, blue lce fternoon dress with t 2 p.m. ln First Methodist Church. Atlntlo High mtching ht trimmed with flowers nd corsge white lnds. The Rev. Hrry Z n e crntions. The bridegrooms ficited t double ring mor selected gry c ccremony before n ltr decorted over pink tffet drebs with with white gldioli nd pink ht nd ccessories nd white pompons. Mrs. Andrew corsge pink crntions. Winzler ws soloist nd The bride grduted from Roy M. Jeffrey, orgnist. Middletown Township H g Olven ln mrrige by her fr, bride wore bl; lerln-length empire style gown lce with round neckline, short sleeves nd bustle bck. Her fingertip length veil illusion fell from n crown Iridescent sequins nnd sho crrlcd colonil bou- q u b t ~ r ~ ^ i r r t T roses nd bbies -breth, Mrs. Melton Worley, Atlntic Highlnds, ws mtron DR. SEYMOUR A. FEINMAN Wlhes To Announce The Assocition Of j Dr. George Hmilton Anil Dr, Howrd ON In The Generl Prctice Of DENTISTRY BY W. FRONT STREET (Next to Rtrnd Thetre) * KEYPORT KEfporl SOU School, Clss 952, nd ls employed ty Architecturl Tiling to., Keyport. The bridegroom grduted from Atlnt Highlnds High Sohool, Clss 95, nd ls ttending Monmouth College, West Long Brnch. He served two yers ln tho TJ. S. Army nd ls employed by Electronic Assocites, Long Brnch. When y return from ir wedding trip, couple will reside t 238 Ocen Ave., Est Kensburg. Births Hopl Mr. nd Mrs. Judscm Hopl, 3 Hobrt St., Keyport, re prents son born Wednesdy. July 3, 957, in M o n- ir. ou til Memoril Hospitl. Nllson A son ws born Thursdy, Aug., 957, ln Rlvervlew Hospitl, to Mr. nnd Mrs. Lennrt. Nllson, 258 Min St., Mtwn. port; Mrs. Pul Flco, Keyport; six brors, Richrd, Groton, Conn.; Jmes, Colordo; Robert, Florid; Pul, Muscrell Mr. nd Mrs. Joseph Muscrell, 5 Kerny St., Keyport, re prents son, born Thursdy, Aug., 057, In Rlvervlew Hospitl. Rice Mr. nd Mrs. Trur Rice, 8 South Atlntic Ave., Mtwn, re prents son, born Fridy, Aug. 2, 057, ln Perth Amboy Hospitl. Crroll A dughter ws born Sturdy, Aug. 3, 957, t Rlver- view Hospitl, to Mr. Mrs. Chrles Crroll, 4 Snyder Ave., Kensburg. Mlier Mr. nd Mrs. Jmes Mher, ChrleB Ave., Kensburg, re prents son, born Sturdy, Aug. 3, 957, ln Rlvervlew Hospitl. Johnson A dughter ws born Fridy, Aug. 2, 957, ln Rlvervlew Hospitl, to Mr. nd Mrs. John Johnson, 65 Monroe Wer Kensburg. A v e.,. Hntchlns Mr. nd Mrs. Willim Hutchins, Box 362, Texs Rd., Mtwn, i r e t h e prents dughter, born Fridy, Aug. 2, 957, ln Rlvervlew Hospitl, Dnrkee A dughter ws born Wednesdy, July 3, 057, ln Perth Amboy Hospitl, to Mr. nd Mrs. Robert Durkee, 33 Sdowskl Dr., Old Bridge. Bowne Mr. snd Mrs. Donld Bowne, Cottrell Rd., Cheesequke, re prents son, born Fridy, July 9, 957, t St. Peter s Hospitl, New Brunswick. T h e bhy hs been nmed Jmes Donld. Geiger A son ws born Wednesdy, July 3, 957, ln Rlvervlew Hospitl, to Sgt. Willim Geiger Mrs, Oelger, 0 jckeon Bt., Kiyport.... Crroll,,. Mr. nd Mrs. Eugene Crroll, 24,Knoll Terr., Hzlet, re prents son, horn Tuesdy, July 30, 957, In Rlvervlew Hospitl. Lynn Sgt^W etenfrljyinr sn<tmrs. Lynn, 7 St. Peters Ave., Kensburg, re prents son born Wednesdy, July 3, 957, t Fort Monmouth Hospitl, Murphy Mr. nd Mrs. Dennis Murphy, 9 By View Ave., Kensburg, re prents ot son horn Mondy, Aug. S, 957,^ Monmouth Memoril Hospitl. Smith A dughter ws horn ln Rlvervlew Hospitl, Sundy, Aug. 4, 957, to Mr. nd Mrs. George Smith, 20 North Shore Concourse, Cllffwood. Shorelnd Memoril Grdens Cemetery KE *5630 Beyporl Funerl Services George V. Crroll Funerl services were held Wednesdy, July 3, 957, In St. Joseph s Church, Keyport, tor George V. Crroll, Est Third St., Keyport, who died July 29, 957, ln Monmouth Memoril Hospitl. Born ln Altoon, P., he ws son Mrs. Hermln -.(Fesser) Crroll, Altoon, nd lte George Crroll, _ -jaiso surviving re his-wife, Mrs. Helen (Bker) Crroll; son, Georgo V., Jr., South Amboy; three dughters, Mrs. Gldys Elliott, Mtwn;-.- Mrs. Mrgret Strnlero, Key-! Tllhssee, Fl.; Eugene, Rritn Township; Joseph, Knss City, Mo.; two sisters, Mrs. Helen Mitterer, Altoon; Mrs. Dorothy Wllce, Bellwood, P., nd five grndchildren. The Bedle Funerl Home, Keyport, ws in chrge rrngements. Fred W. Molting Funerl services were held Thursdy t 8 p.m. t t h e John W. Mehlenbeck Funerl Home, Hzlet, with Rev. Frederick Boos, pstor Gethsemne Lurn Church. Keyport, ficiting, for Fred W. Noltlng, 64, who died Tues- dly, July 30, 957, t t h e Brookdle Nursing Home, Hzlet, where he hd resided for pst two-nd-one-h yers. He ws former resident 33 Stte St., Perth Amboy. Interment ws Fridy. ln Shorelnd Memoril Grdens, Hzlet.. He ws born ln Perth Amboy, nd hd been employed s jnitor by Perth Amboy Ntionl Bnk, He Is survived by one sister, Mrs. Emm Wlter, Woodbrldge, nd one grndchild, John W. Thoms.. Funerl services were held Wednesdy, July 3, 957, ln Princess Anne, Md., for John W. Thoms, 80, Upper Flrmount, Md., who died Sundy, July 28, 957. Interment ws ln Upper Flrmount Cemetery. Mr. Thoms ws born ln Mrylnd nd lter lived ln Newrk nd Jersey City. He ws blcksmith who lter worked for Gener] Eleetrlc Compny for 22 yers. He retired 3 yers go. Burvlvlng re his wife, Mrs. Ellen Thoms; five sons, John Kensburg; Willim, Roselnd; Robert, Irvington; George, Dvenport, Iow, Rev. Cornelius Thoms. Plttsb u m h. P. :, - d u g h te rs. Mrs. Hzel Messer, * e w»«i- : Mrs. Emily Melvin, Mountin V ie w, Mrs. Mry Schuster, Bloomfield; 20 grndchildren nd five gret-grndchildren. Bptism Powell Annie Dorothy Powell, ln^ lnt dughter ol Mr. nd Mrs. John Powell. Bernrd A v e., Port Monmouth, ws bptized Sundy, Aug. 4, 957, ln St, Mry s Church, New M o n mouth, by Rev. Robert T. Bulmn. Mr. nd Mrs. John Mzuroski, Keyport, were sponsors. Studios CANDID WEDDINGS A SPE^ALIY It H U B ST. TEL. U T.U KEYPOB7 Ross W. Mghn Agency R e l E s t t e I n s u r n c e MATAWAN 38 Min SL MA PROVIDING EVERY KNOWN BENEFIT Pr«u!on«] itnrteo iftd imtttftdb* unqutrmttd quaftly. hulpful p«ri0a«l tttndnco upon iho RftcU «v«ry firmly wo urvt. 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3 Enggements Piconc-Lewis Mr. Mrs. Alexnder Lewis, Morgnville Rd., Mtwn, nnounce enggement ir dughter, El, to Richrd Picone, son Mr. nd Mrs. Michel Picone, 204 South St., Elizbeth. Miss Lewis is grdute School for Def, West Trenton, nd is employed by- Mlden Form, Perth Amboy. Mr. Picone, lso grdute School for Def, is employed by Oil Equipment Lbortory, Elizbeth.. A November wedding is. plnned.. Solomon-IIorwUz Mr. nd Mrs, Chrles Horwifcz, West Englewood, nnounce enggement ir dughter, JudithHorwitz. son Abrhm Solomon. Morgnville, nd lte Mrs. My Solomon. - Miss Horfritz hs completed her sophomore yer t Douglss College, New Brunswick. nd plns to continue her eduction in Mrylnd. ; Mr..Solomon ws grduted.fr.onr. Fordhm University College Phrmcy, N e w. York, nd now is ttending University Mrylnd School Dentistry, College Prk, Mdi He is member Sigm Epsilon Delt frternity.. Juettner-DePlm / Mr. nd.mrs. Andrew.De Plm, Holmdel, nnounce enggemeqt ir.dughter, Crolin Helen, to George Juettner. son. Mr. nd Mrs. MB.. MRS. KFNNETU TONNESSEN George Juettner, sr., White Before n ltr decorted St., Est Kensburg.. with white gldioli. Miss Constnce Me Sickles, dughter Miss DePlm is grdute Keyport High S c b o o Mr. nd Mrs. Osborne Sickles, 240 Jckson St., Mtwn, Lnd is employed by. Peoples. Ntionl Bnk, Keyport. becme bride Kenneth Mr. Juettner Is. grdute ot Tonnessen, 38 Min St., Mtwn, son Mr. nd Mrs. Middletown Township High. School. * Oeorge Tonnessen, W, ymouth No dte /h s been set for Rd., Hmmonton, Sturdy, wedding... Brnes-Pentngelo. Alphonse Pentcgelo, 3H-, side Ave., West Kensburg, nnounces enggement.; his dughter, Ann, to Joseph Brnes, son Mr. nd Mrs; Louis C, Brnes, Chttnoog; Tenn, - : :\V - Miss Pentngelo Is grdute 5th High School, Newrk, nd is employed by J. J. Newberry^ Keyport, Her - nce ttended schools ln Tennessee nd is member U; S. Army Signl Corps, sttioned t Fort Monmouth. No dte hs been set for wedding. Obituries.. -Infnt Oormlrjr v thtipc.*: Gormley, son- Jines j.nd Helen (Tonnlsen) Oormiey, 7 Clinton St., Mtwn, died Thursdy, Auk., 957, shortly fter birth t Riverview Hospitl. -J.Funerl..services were. con-_ mrcte Tnursdy," t3 p.m. t. Dy Funerl Home, Keyport. Interment followed In tbe Reformed Church Cemetery. Spotswood., Infnt Cohen Infnt Cohen, son Frnklin nd Dorothy (Hllderbrndt) Cohen, 583 South Concourse, Cllffwood Bech, died Wednesdy, July 3, 957, t Riverview Hospitl, shortly fter.blrth...,.funsrl,services were conducted. Thursdy,: t Dy, Funerl Home, Keyport; Interment followed ln cloverlef Cemetery, Woodbrldge. Mrs. Alfred Fulklson Mrs. Mry (Ltus) Fulklson. 0-6 Byshore Dr., South Amboy, died Thursdy, Aug.. 957, t Perth Amboy Hospitl. following long Illness. A ntive Brooklyn, she resided ln South Amboy for pstsix yers nd ws resident Perth Amboy for. 54 yers. Bhe hd been member tbe Orce Methodist.Church, Union Bech. Surviving re her husbnd, Alfred Fulklson: three dughters. Mrs. Srh Huff, South Amboy;. Mrs. Emily Dlsbrow, Mllltown: Mrs. Frnces Beringer, Phildelphi, P.; t w o sons. Jmes White, Perth Amboy; nd Willim White, Ix>ng Brnch; three brors, Willim Ltus. Perth Amboy: Sidney Loltus, White Plins, N. Y.; Mrtin Ltus. South Amboy; 6 grndchildren, nd two gret-grndchildren.... Funerl services were held t.m. Mondy morning t Flynn & Son Funerl Home, South Amboy. I n * e r- ment ws ln Alpine Cemetery. South Amboy., Mrs. Joseph Corbell Mrs. Tin Corbell, M. New Brunswick Ave., Mtwn. died Sturdy, Aug. 3, 857, t her home. Born In New Orlens. L., she ws dughter lte Crol nd Mrl Tinnerell. She ws widow Joseph Corbell. Mrs. Corbel! ws b communicnt St. Josephs Church, Keyport, Surviving re dughter. Mrs. Mrie A. Rodrigues, with whom Mrs. Corbell resided; bior, Thoms Tinnerell, New Orlens; Bister, Mrs. Mry Pinelll, L. I I n d grnddughter. Funerl cervices were held Tuesdy t 8:20.m. t t h e Dy Funerl Home, Keyport. At 9.m. high requiem ms* ws celebrted by Rev. C. J, Kne t St. Joieph-* Church. Keyport. Interment ws In Bt. Josephs Cemetery, Keyport. Mtwn jcouple Wed Aug. 3, 957, t 3:30 p.m. in t h e First Bptist Churcb, Mtwn. The Rev. Lwrence R. Biley ficited t th e double ring ceremony, Clifford Reeves ws soloist MrB. A. Adm Bnke, orgnist, - : ; Olven In mrrige by her fr; bride wore gown embroidered nylon tulle over, summer stin. The fitted bsque bodice-hd sweert neckline nd. short sleeves nd ws re-embroldered with Iridescent sequins nd seed perls. The full skirt flowed Into chpel- e n g t b trin. Bhe wore crown Iridescent sequins nd seed perls which held her flngerttp-length veil ndfehe crried white Bible dorned with white orchid nd. stephnotis. Miss Jon Slec; Mtwn; ws mid honor. H e r wltz-length sleeveless gown white lce over powder blue tffet hd round neck: er which tbe couple left for line bordered wltb mtching motor trip through Pennsylvni. For trveling, bride chiffon which drped Into bck.oung pnel&r 8hB-wore n wore- whlte bickground-prlnved nylon dress with white smll flower bt with nose veil nd crried colonil bouquet white roses nd blue white orchid corsge. ht nd ccessories nfl crntions.. The bride grduted from Attendnts were Miss Jne Mtwn High School, Clss Bowie, Mtwn, nd M r. Dvid Den, Fir Hven, cousin bride. Their gowns nd. hedpieces were styled like honor ttendnt s, but worn over pink tffet, nd ir colonil bouquets were mde ot pink roses nd-white crntions. -., Mrs. Joseph Kleinberir. Mrs. Joseph Klelnbqrg, 3 Brod St., Freehold, died St* urdoy, Aug. 3, 957, t h e r home. She ws widow Joseph Kleinberg. Surviving re three dughters, Mrs. Rose Westrelcb, Keyport; Mrs. Re Zlns. South Ornge; Mrs. Adeline Becker, Keyport; t^o sons, Benjmin, Est Brunswick; Seymour, Keyport; 4 grndchildren, nd 5 gret grndchildren. Funerl services were held Sundy t 2 p.m. t Philip Apter St Son Funerl H o m e, Newrk. Interment w s ln Bni Abrhm Cemetery, Newrk. Mrs. Crl Kberhrdt Mrs. Fnit E. Eberhrdt, 69, ws found ded Sturdy t her home on Tulip Lne, Holindcl Township. Deth ws ttributed to nturl cuses. Born in Oswtomie, Kn., she ws dughter Mrs. Mry (Kerney) Ewing, n o w Three-yer-old Lind Anderson, Minnepolis, Minn., cousin bride, ws wer girl. She wore floor-length gown pink lce over mtching tffet designed with sleeveless bodice nd scoop neckline. The full skirt b d tiers lce ruffles, nd she wore smll flower ht nd crried Princess Anne bsket pink crntions nd sters, w h i t e crntions nd bbies -breth. Robert A. Soldt, South River, ws best mn nd ushering were Oeorge Rlner, nd John Fleishmn,.Mtwn. Ronld Sickles, Mt, wn, bror bride, ws junior usher For her dughter s, wedding, Mrs. Sickles chose dusty rose nylon lce fternoon dress over mtching tffet embroidered with mtching seed perls. Bhe wore dusty rose ht, crystl ccessories, n n orchid corsge. T h e bridegroom s mor selected Wedgewood blue nylon lce fternoon dress over. mtching tffet with smll mtching ht nd ccessories nd n orchid corsge. A reception followed t. tbe Union Bech Fire House, ft 956, nd Is employed by M. Brown Timber Co., Mtwn. The bridegroom grduted from Mtwn High School, Clss 954, nd Is employed t Morgn Ycht Bsin. When y return from ir wedding trip, couple- w reside t:2 Mill Rd., Mtwn. York; four brors, Anthony Fred, Phillip, Newrk, Holmdel, nd lte John, Est Ornge. Jmes Ewing. 8he hd lived A requiem mss ws celebrted Tuesdy t 0.m. Id ln lfolmdel Township for pst 0 y crg. She ws t h e St. Josephs Church, Keyport, widow ot Crl Eberhrdt. : by Rev. C. J. Kne. Interment ws ln St. Josephs In ddition to her mor, she ls survived by two. sisters, Cemetery, Knyport. The Bedle Mrs. Ktfieryn McGregor, Funerl Home, Keyport, ws Holmdel. nd Mrs. Josephine ln chrge rrngements. Blke, Jersey,City. Theodore Keeler Interment ws Mondy In Theodore Keeler; 70, Mor- Holmdel Cemetery, Holmdel. T h e Bedle Funerl Home, gnvlllc-tcnnet Rd., Morgnville, died Sundy Aug. 4, Keyport, ws ln chrge r* rngements. 057, in Monmouth Memoril Hospitl, following short ill* Edwrd M. Wltt Edwrd M. Wltt, 70, 44 Krueger Pi., Est Kensburg, died Fridy, Aug. 7. :057, In Riverview Hospitl. Bom ln Kensburg. be ws son lte Dniel nd A d (Aihold) Wltt. He ws member Cesre Lodge.»F&AM. Keyport. nd Kenburct Fire Co. lie is survived by his wife. Mry «S*dlmyep Wltt; son, Lron A,, Kemturg; sister, Mrs. Jmes A. Aumck. Ri»»- n Township, nd five g n r "children. Funerl eerv&ces were be]4 Mondy t pm. t Bedle Funerl Home, Keyport, with Rev, Otto C. F. Jnke, pstor Kensburg Methodist Church, ficiting. Interment ws In Fir view Cemetery, Middletown. Sbtlno Slsno Sbtino Slzno, SO, Poole Ave., Rritn Township, died Fridy, Aug. 2, 957, fter suffering hert ttck t h i s fruit nd vegetble stnd on Route 35, Rritn Townsbip. Born ln Newrk, he ws son lte Rffcl Mrl (Gbriel) Slzno.. He ls survived by his wife, Juli (Cortosc) 8lzno; s x Bisters, Mrs. John Atch, Mrs. Rose Giz, Mrs. Susie Fir child, Mrs. Betrice Ld nd Mrs. Krine Mson, Newrk; Mrs. Sdie Reyes, N e w ness. Born ln Brooklyn, be w s n exempt firemn t b e Morgnville Independent Fire Co. He hd been employed s jnitor t h e Morgonville Ormtr Bchool for 3& yers before retiring. He in survived by Ane bror. Thoms, Long Drncb. Funerl services were held Tuesdy t 0 p.m. t John W. Mehlenbeck Funerl Home, lltlet, with Rev. Willim K. WeUiter, p*!or t b e j L*t»:r*Te Hrbor Community Chmrh. Lurence Hrbor, ficiting. : - L. O - W, L O W F F L I C E l s T W f l M G - R, H l E 3 2 S r S T A M P S Rushed Direct from Nerby Frm* I The finest, tenderest, mo*t flvorful frying chicken* tht money cn buy! Dth down to your Acme now for teverl *e top-qullty fryert. 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P ; ; c Tour THURSDAY, AXJG. 8, 957 Keyport s Home Town Holidy Everything is redy for Keyporl s nnul home town holidy. This. Sturdy, Aug. 0, is Keyport Dy nd neighbors nd friends from nerby communities, in record numbers, re expected to tum out to ssist Keyporters celebrte modem revivl n old-time trdition.. This is third consecutive yer in modern times tht Keyport Dy hs been plnned. Ech yer, prdes, events, dnces nd fireworks displys overshdowed those pst Ech yer, Keyport Dy celebrtion is more successful nd plesing.... Yers go, it ws custom to hold Slt Wter Dy celebrtions in Keyport nd nerby communities nd progrm usully included fireworks, prdes nd or festivities. Mny old time Keyporters lso cn recll wtching or tking prt in bby prdes, which were nnul.events. Keyport Dy, sponsored gin this yer by Keyport Civic Affirs Committee, hs hd gret del hrd work, creful plnning nd spirited effort put into it The progrm will include election > Keyport Dy Queen, bby prde, sop box derby, grnd prde, block dnce nd biggest nd best fireworks disply in three-yer history present dy trdition. We hopetht Sturdy will be cler, bright, sunny dy nd tht young nd old like will turn out to support..nd enjoy mny events tht re plnned. Ihls will mke dy, home town holidy, certin success. And wht s more, it will ssure n even greter Keyport Dy next yer. YOU# * G A ffg <S3i H i Well Served Hie hed Ntionl Assocition Food Chins sys tht in 23 yers since this orgniztion ws estblished revolution hs tken plce in. our food distribution system... The corner grocery store hs become n ttrctive, modem supermrket, wher operted by independent, chin; voluntry or co-opertive distributors. This chnge hs come bout on. remrkble low net prit.36 cents per sles dollr on verge for lst 24 yers."., The prit hs been even lower ltely bout.2 cents onv sles dollr. According to Deprtment Agriculture, verge fmly now Tspen^ $X5M pct yer for food. On tht mount business,ef food chin retiler will retin prit just $8.4: AU Vest goes right out to buy stock, t py wges, nd for rent, utilities, dvertising, txes nd or costs. No one cn deny tht consumer gets n mzing mount service nd convenience in return for tht $8.4., Or btnchefl pf"get3ing operte under different Brunswick conditions. Turnover Is Blower," inventories re higher, nd business is ffected by such importnt considertions s styles nd sesonl trends. Their prits, refore, must be somewht higher thn in cse foods. But in ll cses se prits re very modest-just few cents on sles dollr.. Vigorous competition, sees to tht just s it sees to lt tht we, consumers, get best in service, widest choices goods nd brnds, nd or ttrctions. No or ntion ls so well served by its retil industry. Trees IIurtln T Hs dry wer mde things look little r o u g b round your yrd? It s cold comfort to know tht you nd your shrubs nd trees hve plenty compny. But I got to wondering bout possible permnent effects dry spell, prticulrly on trees nd shrubs. Some se hve cst you rel money, unlike lettuce or rdish crop from. dime s worth seed. I went to Donld B. Lcey, o u r extension specilist in home grounds cre to see wht he thought chnces permnent hrm.. Mny Cn Come Bck " I t s remrkble, he sid, how some se trees nd shrubs cn come bck." Then he explined tht we hve to expect some ory wer dmge, with reduction iot ctivity nd generl wekening vigor when plnt s leves re scorched, s mny m hve een this yer. - But tree or shrub Is built to withstnd more thn o n e seson punishment. Look for rel trouble, though, if we get drought yer fter yer. Thts bound to be wekening; sys Ur. Lcey. I t s something like tbe sitution wltb n Insect such s birch lef miner. A tree cn fford to lose one y e r. r s leves to miners, but let miners burrow ln, seson fter seson, nd your tree will get discourged. Also, when tree ls hurt yer fter yer lt becomes pushover for ny new trouble tht might come long. Good Soking Cm Sve Probbly ornmentls ln your yrd behved bout s y did in grdens t Experiment Sttion d u r n-g het wve In July. Het seemed to shrivel leves. Thens when plnt ls ln rel trouble nd needs good soking round roots. Not sprinkling tht Just shows on top ot soil, but rel soking, emphsizes Mr, Lcey..-. Heres specil word dvice for you rose enthusists Roses could get quite blow this yer unless yre well wtered, especilly new ones. We ve hd good nny requests lor leflet on lef scorch this seson. It describes this "wer d s- ese" "nd fers some suggestions tor o-lop* n fflicted plnt. You cn get "Lef Scorch," Leflet 33, by sending crd with your nme nd ddress to your county griculturl gent»«rjo-oftrden Beporterr- College Agriculture, N e w Looking Bckwrd Hs About Folks And Thinfi We K ntv l Tbe U b i Acs Socil Security Questions : Simple Issue A House committee hs pproved bill which would ese federl controls. on nturl gs producers. The bill ws drwn up with id gs industry representtives nd Federl Power Commission ficils. According to press disptches, this proposl is similr to lw which ws pnssed by both House nd Sente bout yer go, but ws n vetoed by tho President. Thnt veto, it should be remembered, ws not exercised becuse President disgreed with lw s objectives. Indeed, ln his veto messge, he specificlly sid tht ho greed with those objectives in generl. However, he hd been so fended by lobbying methods used on behlf tho bill by few individuls tht he felt n veto ws necessry on morl nd ethicul grounds. Tht to one side, issue t stke is simple one. It ls wher stringent federl controls should be exerted over nturl gs t wellhed. This Is highly competitive -j^nd risky business. Tho gs producers hve no protected J jnrkets, nd re in no sense opertors public utilities. --.There is smll question tht if such controls re continued, nd become mtter fixed policy, gs prospectors nd producers will become discourged nd will refuse to toko long risks when y, mny bo denied n ndcquto return if y succeed, Tht would men gs. shortge ln mny regions. The House committee lis tken wise ction. The 7HHI Tht Come* Once in Lifetime ;juut AFT^A, COMTNUOUS PRAC i W i in wiwnwtf w pecduxtk. _, o r nor pc ResicxNdiM-me tkcc w w x r, /. Q I r B e l {-employed dentist nd becme covered under your tow beginning this yer. Do I bve to. hvo both soctl security number nd n employer s Identifiction number from Director Internl Revenue? A As self-employed person you require socil security number in order to hve your ernings properly credited to your ccount. An employer Identifiction number only Is required if you bve or wgo erners employed by you. Do not report your self-cmploymcnt ernings under your employer identifiction number. Q I will be Cd next yer nd will pply for my socil security n. I do not hve birth certificte s y d id not issue m In Texs when I ws bo Do I hve to get one before I cn receive my benefits? A No. A birth certifictel not required to estblish your ge for socil security purposes, There re numerous documents tht my be used to prove your dte birth. Insurnco policies, fmily biblcs, militry records, mrrige records, ll ro good Bourccs ovidcnce g e There re mny ors. Most people hvo records ll over tho plce in modern ge record keeping nd estblishing person s plce dte birth Is usully not problem, > Q Wht is tills business limiting my ernings to IJ20U fter I m drwing benefit pyments? A The Socil Security Lw Is designed to replce prt lucomc you loso when you retire, ortht your fmily loses If you die before you retire. There Is lest retirement plced In tho lw tht opertes on ll beneficiries who re less thn 72-yers-old Tlie lw presumes tht y o u re completely retired If you ern no more thn $200 in clendr yer. If you ern more, lnw considers y o u less thn completely retired nd it bccomes nocc.ssry to reduce number bcucm checks pul you during t h e yer to fewer tlrtui 2. depend ing pn how much nd when you work, When you vench two 72 benefits re pid to you rekiirdlcjifj Iho nmouiii you ern. Forty-Five Ters Ago (Issue Thursdy, Aug. 8, 92) The ficils in election division deprtment Secretry Stte re pre* pring to send out election mteril for primry nd generl election this fll. There re more thn 800 election districts in stte nd lt will require more thn 0 tons mteril to supply m. H i Pennsylvni Rilroi now uses 40,000 gllons wter dlly t Hlghtstown will soon need t lest 90,000 gllons dlly. This mens tht borough will hve n income, over $3000 r. yer from this source lone. Asbury Prk Bby Prde will be held this yer on Aug. 2 on Ocen Ave. Prizes vlued t $3000 lredy hve been donted nd entries re being, mde t bordwlk fice. Tbe first utomobile mbulnce ln Asbury Prk is-owned by undertker Jmes H. Sexton. It is completely equipped mbulnce, mnufctured by Pope-Hrtford Compny. The mbulnce is sent out o cu ny time, dy. 6r night, nd with It go Uniformed ttendnts. On Thursdy trin 33 col crs ws mde up t Lehigh Vlley Rilrod docks -t-^pgrth Amboy fop-^ho honing Yrds ln Pennsylvni where, y will be distributed to mines. The trin w s 7000 feet long, over mile nd third, nd ws longest trin ever moved. Title to COO crcs lnd purchsed by t h e Mrconi Wireless Telegrph ^-ompny! Amcrlc ws pssed lst Thursdy nd opertion preliminry to ercctlon lrgest wireless sttion In Americ, nd probbly ln world, will be begun t once. The plnt which Mrconi Compny Intends estblishing t Bolmr will cost between $500,000 nd $750,000. Monmouth County col delers hve estblished price $7.50 per ton, spokesmn f o r tlfe delers* ssocition sid yesterdy. Cpt. Andrew G. Sheprd, commnding Erle Nvl Depot, nnounced yesterdy tht within next few dys mmonium nitrte, voltile fertilizer which cused Texs City explosion, will be chnnelled through depot shipped from Leonrdo loding pier to occupied res Germny nd Jpn. Extr sfety precutions for tbe protection Mtwn school children ginst ccidents t street crossings ner locl school buildings will be Instituted by Mtwn Police Deprtment with opening school next -month, Chief Edwin C. Slot sid this morning.. New Jersey Cost Gurd sttions demonstrted ir nd se rescue opertions Equipment Mondy s prt ntionl observnce 57th nniversry service* The, nnul LAbexty Hose Co. Firemens Fir opens tomorrow nlght(5pn rix grounds t corner Atlntic St. nd Route 36, Keyport. T h e fir will continue through Sturdy nl^ht, Aug, 6. when grnd wrd, n elgnt-cylln* der, fourrdoor, fully... equipped Pontic sedn, will be drwn. Joseph Moccl Hzlet, hd severl tomto fields spryed by irplne lst week, s preventtive ginst tomto blight. The weekly bthing beuty contests b3lng held t 5 p.m. ech Sundy through Aug. 3 on Lurence Hrbor bordwlk hve drwn entrnts from mny Monmouth, nd Middlesex County towns long with contestnt^ from vrious North Jersey municiplities. O ta e x Twenty-Five Yers Agro (Issue Fridy, Aug. 5, 032)% Congressmn Willim H, Sutphln sys Mtwn w not Included ln list towns nd cities to hve new post fice when tbe bill providing ppropritions for public works ws pssed this summer. No post fices, he sys, were Included which were privtely owned nd hd leses which did not expire until lter June, 934. The Mtwn post fice flls In t h e clss whose leses re for longer time thn 034. Tho Township Bord Helth hs received communiction from Stte Bord Helth requesting tht check-up nd investigtion be mde ll diries supplying milk to customers In community. Although t h e progressive merchnts Keyport who re co-operting In Dollr D y sles, mercntile event which, without doubt, Is gretest Its kind ever ttempted in Keyport, report-, cd good business dy t ir stores on Wednesdy despite stedy downpour rin, hve decided to give ll who were unble to tke dvntge buying on Wednesdy, n opportunity tomorrow. Sturdy, to p ir- chse t sme prices tht were dvertised for Wedcs- dy s sle. At tho Township Committee meeting in Township Hll lst night, it ws decided to sk County Bord Freeholders for n pproprition $2200 towrd rod work in Mtwn Township, to be used for trvl-slg pvement on Glrvd Avenue. Bud Connelly, Bry Ave., Idel Bruch, cught : live se hor.se while clmming lor hrd shell clms bout u mile f shore recently. T e n Y e r s A r o (Issue Thurndy, Aug. 7. lfh7> Volunteer motor corps drivers rc needed t once to crry on Red Cross community work. Cncer nd You i Tho m jority cncer* ro curble U detected tn.u m e. Lern nd heed seven dnger signls cnccr. RequcsU (or cncer informtion should bo sent to tbe A.mer len Cncec Society, New Jersey Dl vision. 9 Clinton St., Newrk 2. It»he request docs ot involve personl mcdicl oroblcms which should be Inkcn up with tho fmily doctor, or pressionl ethics, literture nd Informtion wll] bo forwrded to you. Q Do more women or men die cncer? A Since 049, number men dyln cnccr hs been greter thn number women. The proportion now Is bout 58 to 42. Q Why is cncer unique? A In no or disese comprble seriousness do wrning signs seem so trivil. Often tlie first wrning signs re indistinguishble trom host minor complints which pper t some time or nor nd hvo been sfely Ignored or regrded lightly. Q Wht is best wepon ginst cncer? A~-Lcrn nd heed seven dnger signls cnuccr nd visit your doctor t stted Intervls. An erly dignosis is best wy to fight cncer. Q Is cncer detected esily? A Noi But ny creful doctor cn detect m&ny different conditions tht my men cncer, merely by using his eyes, ers, nd hnds, nd equipment tht doctor hs In lils fice. Then if re is n y reson to suspcct precoccr- ous condition or cnccr n more detiled tests cn be tken. ^ Q Aro * lumps or tumors cncerous? A No. Tumors re t w o klnds-bcnign, usully lir m- Icss, nd mlignnt or cncerous. Q Is pin nn erly symptom in cncer? A No. except in cnccr READING THE PAPERS (Newrk Evening Tews) Lifes slckened p ce. in summertime ffects our newsppers. In opinion t h e discriminting y become more interesting jphen bsence erth-shking events leves room for relly importnt news like story from Montrel, where Mrs. Ljole is bout to set womns flgpole sitting record 28 dy3. Summer brings Importnt new perspectives on scientific mtters. From Sourn Illinois University comes report tht Dr. Hrvey Fisher counted 7259 pigeon lndings nd discovered tht most olg- eons &re right-footed. For this contribution to dvncement zoology Dr. Fisher undoubtedly will receive due recognition. A prched ntion my or my not hve been refreshed by t h e news from Dlls, which hs produced tree with built-in sprinkling system. Tiny Jets o t wter r e spurting from brnches redbud tree owned by t h e W. S. Werner fmily. The tree with crying Jg,* y cll lt. And in town whose very nme rolls comfortingly from tongue during het wve Firbnks, Alsk Air Force s Arctic Aeromedl- cl Lbortory hs begun testing pill contining n mlno- cld tht increses resistnce to cold. It my enble mn to sty live longer l Icy wter nd hsten wrming mn who hs been chiljed to- criticl point exposure. When rmometer is in 90s, freezing doesnj seem like such. terrible fte. Policemen pursuing ir tsks under broiling s u n should be comforted by t h e testimony retired deputy mrshl Old West with improbble nme Percy Bonebrke, ged 79. He gives bck his hnd to t h e gunflghters legend. Put verge ptrolmn tody ln cow-town street 70 yers go nd he ll outshoot best killer in town, * sys Percy, reby destroying nor Juniors Illusions. Politics lso provide h o t wer Item, this one, s might be expected, from New Jersey. Rep. Frnk Thompson, jr., 4th District fers s Democrtic ticket l o r 960: Chief Justice Wrren for president nd Gov. Meyner for vice president, So it goes ln press Summer. Those who dont find It stlhtitlnsr nddiverticg deserve wht y get when y turn on television se h o t nights. WHAT CAUSES AUTO [ENTS? (Asbury Prk Wht mkes one driver speed nd nor.reckless? Why re thousnds motor ists nonspeeders nd nonrecjc- less? For jjo yers, only Institution its kind in country, Yle Bureu Highwy Trffic, hs been studying se questions. It still doesn t hve nswers Frederick W. Hurd, director, cys tht everyone knows tht speed nd reckless driving kill thousnds nnully. Put wbt mokes some drivers reckless, nd ors cutious nd creful? Becuse no one knows. Mr. Hurd -lsts no one hs discovered specific cuses ccidents. Tht is n stounding conclusion for n cdemic stucjy length nd stnding Yle bureu. It ws endowed by inventor trffic light, who hoped tht his signl nd studies It mde possible would eliminte hzrd from driving. He would probbly not believe toll tht uto crshes hve tker In :he thirty yers since he estblished bureu tht ws to mke driving isfe. The Connecticut stte police trffic division thinks it hs nswer. It s tht It-cn t- hppen-to-mc feeling tht mkes drivers speedy recklcss. Some frek ccidents re cited tht Indicte tht se drivers go ont, ir wy to look for crck-up. Perhps se motorists who beg for trouble re ggrvted type whose chrcteristics my led us to ultimte nswer. Perhps if those mong this breed who mirculously survived could be thoroughly exmined, virus ol speed nd recklessness could be Isolted. Then ll or drivers could be tested to see if y hve this str.i, no mtter how wek. The prticulr circumstnnces tht bring out urge to speed recklessness In ir mt \virulent forms - ;ht lso be s certined. We r.lght get some where n. A- effective qurntine highwy ginst twin virus o f speed nd reckless ness would be possible If could be cptured nd con trolled. PLAIN AND FANCY... Those members tbe motoring set whose journeys crry m through mystic villge Secucus hve tret in store. Long noled s plce where strnge nd indescribble odons ssil Ihe nostrils, Secucus my be tking on new rom. At lesl res new hope. Gov. Robert B. Meyner recently signed into lw bill mking it mndtory to cook grbge before feeding it to hogs. How bout tht! Of course, re s no gurntee tht poched or rost grbge or swill will produce n rom more plesnt to senses but think wht it could do to pigs disposition. Imgine pig pens tody, ll gog over tonight s menus stuffed cbbge roots mixed with sute lst month s crrots nd lettuce. Of course, heted msh will be served s fitting dessert to delightful mel If news gets round tht Jersey hogs re fttening on heted grbge, pigs throughout ntion my stge cold dinner strike. Imgine wht tht. could do to ntions economy... or wht s left it. RESIDENTS OF MONMOUTH County hve been invited by Gov. Robert B. Meyner ijd.mrs. Meyner to visit next Sturdy t Morven," new executive mnsion in Princeton.. Visitors to historic 8th century colonil house will be received by Gov. Meyner«nd his wife between hours 4 nd 6 pn. The visitors will be tken on tour house under guidnce New Jersey Ntionl Gurd ficers. After meeting Governor ud Mrs. Meyner in solrium, y will enter rer grounds where cookies nd punch will be served. A bnd will provide entertinment Literture on history nd furnishings home is mde vilble. Public visiting dys t Morven were set.up on county-by-county bsis to even out flow visitors. Severl thousnd persons hve visited since prctice begn in lte April. Morven is locted in Stockton S t not fr from Priuceton Bttle Monument. The grounds include fcilities for prking. t _ JUST IN CASE you ve misse^ f-bet news items, re s n energetic little leghorn clled Meg O Dy who relly is driving or hens wild down t Hunterton County Egg Lying Test site outside Fldmington. Meg, it seems, hs mde n mzing record for dily egg production, fr beyond those estblished by chickens ny breed in pst. Meg, delightfully shy mid th^t she ii, lid n,egg every dy for 277 dys. Wht s more, she missed on^only one more* thn 300 dys contest hs been operting. Meg s record for consecutive egg production is chllenged unficilly, However. They clim re s story in Jpnese poultry journl tht clftns eggs in 365 dys, not for one hen but for 22 bens. However, Meg supporters sy this could esily be n error in trnsltion. The test doiisn t end until Sept. 5 nd in mentime, Meg will enjoy compny her 2 or hen compnions f test site IT WAS NOTED in New York Herld Tribune 00 yers go lst week: The vrious rurl resorts in vicinity city hve ssumed ir-usul summer -giety... All. hotels nd bording houses in New Rochelle, Rye,. Stmford, Yonkers, Lke Mhopc, Red Bnk, Shrewsbury, Long Brnch, Keyport, Ocenport nd Rockwy re nerly full nd by close present week, ;it is expected. y will be crowded. How times pper to hve chnged.... A more recent dte, Aug. 7, 92 mrked first ntionl convention Progressive Prty t Chicgo. The delegtes nominted Theodore Roosevelt for President * nd Hirm Johnson Cliforni for Vice President. It ws-exctly 68 yers go tody tht United Sttes Deprtment Wr n^ Deprtment Nvy were orgnized - by Congress. Now some Wshington wgs re sying Nvynd Wr deprtment re orgnizing Congress^, THE MEDICAL SGCJ/iJTY o New Jersey hs come ; up with somevery timely nd interesting dvice to nture- lovers. This is seson for m, society reports, er two-week pioneers who, for SO weeks er live in urbn surroundings- nd n with- *unre- strint cfrlldfen behg^relesedhrom school^-dsh bck to nture during vctions. The wrning is sincere. Picturesque woodlnd gldes cn be setting not only for idyllic romnce but lso for poisonous ttck bloodthirsty things tht crwl nd fly. Limpid strems nd tree- shded pools my invite too-trusting brs into contminted wters. Mendering by-pths my be crpeted nd bordered by plnts whose folige is s poisonous s it is. verdnt. Trechery cn nd frequently does wer ttrctive dress beuty, in world nture s in world people. So,, cution is wtch-word. When you go bck to nture, s fr s possible be sure tht Ihe return trip doesn^t involve n mbulnce ride or p sojourn in sick-bed.. Book!! On Slo Tho Township Of Mtwr History Dook will be on sle until Octobc t Ann s Bkery North Concourse. (7hff*vooti Bech, Hurlew s Grocery Store. South Concourse. Cliff wood Rech It lso my be bone or nerve tissue. Pin uurrhsm<t» U»t hunie ot Mis usully Is & lte symptom nd n. I no n*-cn vooo ortcn comes nftor growth Avr. nutwood Bech. Price, l fr dvnced. $^,00 per copy. By Mrgret A Leovy Absent-Minded Pressor Uncle Bill, why does every- Mybe Urcle Bill vememoue cll you n bsent-minded bored to?o.uhlng lte:- ll,! prolessor?" sked Hnk. he thoutrht.. U n 3 e Bill scrtched his But Insted o! Unlc BUI.-it h2od. **I guess It s becuse T m ws Mr. B.n w n who rounded lwys forgetting things," he &end wl h his he> wgon, sid. When he s w fcuk. his "Wht things?" sked Hnk. c^eer> vo.ce tiled. "Cn I "Like forgetting wht dy It give you lift? is, nd things I m supposed to Hnk climbed Into h y do. TJncle Bill grinned, w^ on- Roing flshln*, ul "Sometimes I even forget why river," he sid. Uncle I get UP In mornlns nd I Tws supposed to tke me hve to so to bed gin to Buess he forgot, find o u t would be Just like him.... j.j...» chuckled Mr. Brown "H e s n bsent-minded pressor o i l supposed to tke me fishing rlg j^. Why docs Uncle Bill forget sked tomorrow, did you?" sked Hnk, nxiously. Uilnss ll ife time? Uncle Bill looked rr Hnk., sheepish. " I guess I did, sort "Well,, becuse be so. But I remember now, lie mrt," sid Mr Brov/n "He dded quickly s *e sw how spends so much time thinking unhr~" Hnk looked. 0f smrt things, he doein! The next morning Hnk took.hve time to think ot ordinry, his Clshlng pole nd cn everydy tnlrrb like yo\. -nd worms nd went to sit on me. front steps to wit for Uncle - i wish he hd time to think bout going fishing, though," He wited nd w t»d b u t sid Hnk. I lclc Bill didnt come. "Here s i i v c rl H o p " I guess he forgot fter ll," do w n! clled Mr. Bro*n thought Hnk. cheerily. Looks like someone Then he sw Uncle lilts old else ls fishing tody, too cr rttling down street. Youll hve compny. But Unde Bill didnt stop for Why. Its Uncle B ill!" cued Hnk. He Just looked stright Hnk, s he sw fjniillr hed nd went right -n by. figure sitting on ihe i;v tr "Uncle Bill! Uncle B llll ^>nk, "He remembered to go llnk cnllcd. But Uncle Bill fishing fter Bill" didnt even turn round Uncle Bill Jumped i;o when Hnk sut on st?p f o r he sw little boy. OI. my while. Then he snld. I don t goodness!" he cried. I knew Cre.\ ** K0 *) forgot something. lemem- 5clr" bcrcd to go fishing b ji I for- He look his fishing pole nnd ^ot I ws supposed to lke cn ot worms nil sured to you, Hnk I wlk towrd rlvtr. W hm Its ll rlnht. now tht Im ho ;iic.r IIted he sl down on here," lughed Hnk. "But tree.-tump to rest, fimdtlrt.lj crrtnlnly know now why evi.iy. he npnrd rttling.*om:d on one clls you n nbscnt-in.r r. tod, ed pressor!*

5 Tiemnns Attend Fniily Reunion Th nnul Smith Fmily reunion ws held on Sturdy t Bushkill Prk. Eston, P., nd mong those ln ttendnce were Mr, nd Mr,s. Frnk, Tlemnn. 86 Greenwood Ave.. Cllffwood Bech. Mrs. Tiemnn is former Miss Alice Smith, descendnt, Mry Anp Smith Stephen Smith, who were mrried in 652. Mry Ann Stephen Smith hd IS children,nd 46 grndchildren, including 20 grndspns nd 26 grnddughters.. The Smith fmily h s n outstnding wr record. In Revolutionry Wr, Mrs. Tiemnn reltes. Gret- ret- Grndfr Smith, grndfr. Mry Ann Smith, mrched brefooted under commnd Gen. George Wshington from New York to Phildelphi. In Civil Wr Stephen Smith, husbnd Mry Ann_ Smith, enlisted in 6st Division. Compny,B, th Pennsylvni Regiment on Dec ,- He ws honorbly dischrged -lod wrded Lincoln medl on July, 865. He hd ttined rnk sergent, Elis Wlton, son-in-lw Stephen Smith, enlisted during Civil Wr nd fought in bt- -tles Bull Bun, Gettysburg nd Fredericksburg, During First World Wr, Privte First Clss Arthur Smith, son Edwrd Smith, enlisted iri 79th Division Infntry nd served lrr t h e Europen Thetre, He ws honorbly dischrged ln 99. Cpl. Hrry Clinton Smith, son Stephen; Smith, enlisted on My 2, 97, in 37th Infnt r y nd ws on border duty In Lredo, Tex. He ws honorbly dischrged-onsept. IB, 99, with following medls : Mrksmn, shrpshooter, victory, J.O.U.A.M. World Wu, expert riflemn. Stte ot New Jersey. Privte First Clss Andrew Fye, son My (Smith) Fye, enlisted In tke 375th Fighting. Squdron. A.C.B. Air Force In 97. He served in Englnd for three yers nd received his honorble dischrge ln 99. BM First Clss Hrry Tie- mnn, son.mrs. Alice (Smith) Tlemnn, enlisted ln U. 8. Cost Gurd,on Sept, 8, 94, nd served on following ships: Oberon, Tltnl, - C. G, Cutter 8348, TJ. S. Lowe Destroyer Escort 325. He ws honorbly dischrged on June.9, 946. nd served ln North Afric, Gudlcnl, South Amerlc- find, t^e Soiith Pcific re. His pet dog, Butch, Vdoberrntin -nd- police,. ws -en-. listed in K-9 Corps on My s;- 043,. * j i d s e r v e d - o jit o t Front Royl R * T.C. ln tbe South Pcific re with sniper outfit. He ws honorbly dischrged. Sgt. Thddlus Chup, son-in- lw- Mrs. TlemnnY enlisted = rrmctoberrl942: lie s e TVe with U; S. Army Air Corps pd-, ws sttioned in Texs. He ws honorbly dischrged In 846. nd received medls for mrksmnship nd good conduct. Mtwn Personl Items News Of Yon And Your FmmUj Is Apprecited At Aojr Time Third Birthdy Prty For Herbie Dvis, IV. Herbie Dvii. IV, son -Mr. nd Mrs, Herbert Dvis, m. 200! Hurley St;. Keyport, celebrted his third birthdy July 29 t prty. Decortions were In green nd white nd birthdy cke -ws tble centerpiece. V Quests were Kelvin Jmes. Kenneth nd Jmes McCles- ter. Llnd: Brlskle, Lori Wing, Keyport: Ctby nd Russell Jnnrone, Mtwn: Oerrl- nne nd Brbr Cnnon, Betty Lynn Scott, Union Bech; Johnny Novicky, Red Bnk, -.Also Mrs. Hrry Jmes, Mrs. Kenneth McClester. Miss Ptrici Smith, Mrs. WIN m Wfclte, Mrs. Josephine Miller, Miss Lind Wlters, Keyport; Mrs. Rlph Jnnrone, Mlwn; Mrs. Qerrd Cnnon, Mrs. Wlter Scott, Union Bech, nd Mrs. Fred, It, Stover nd dughter. Jo Ann, Rochester, Minn., Mr. nd Mrs. W. W. Wielnd hve returned home from vction spent t Lke Louise, Michign. Ther son,- Willim Dvid, remined t Lke Louise nd is visiting with Rev, Chrles II. Beynon, jr. ndmrs. Beynon. Mrs. Spfford W. Schnck entertined t h e Wednesdy Luncheon Bridge Club. T h e prize winners were Mrs. Joseph Dernberger, Mrs. Elmore Kttner nd Mrs, Frnk Bliss- Or guests were Mrs. Gerrd Devlin, Mrs. Conrd Jo* hnnsen, Mrs. Frederick K. Dederlck nd Mrs. Willim J. Rbel...Miss Mrgret Ann Red ttended wedding. Sturdy, Mrs. Mry Lou B lhot, Browntown, to Henry Koegler, Red Bnk, t St. Jmes Church,; Red Bnk, nd reception t Crystl Brook.Inn, Etontown. Mr. nd Mrs. A. Ed.gr Plm ttended Frid y evening performnce Plin iid Fncy r.t Neptune Music Circus.. Mr. nd.mrs. Jen Crtn were weekend guests Mr. nd Mrs. Fred Emerson, Glen Cove, L.I, M r.. nd.mrs, George M. Duncn nd children, Lind nd. Kenneth, re touring Ibe New Englnd Sttes^nd Cnd this week., Mr. nd Mrs, Frnklin Thompson were guestfc-j Mr. nd Mrs. Thoms Ridsdle, Ocen City, for severl, dys. Mr. nd Mrs, Clyde DUUrd nd dughter,,corrine, Kenilworth, were Sturdy guests Mr, nd Mrs. Edwrd T, Jskiewlcz..., Miss Cynthi Dell spent St^ urdy^ in Woodbrldge, visiting Miss Kim Rune. \ Sgt. HJlmr G. Crlson nd Mis. Crlson,-Vlprlso, Fl., were recent guests Mr. nd Mrs. Everett E. Crlson. Mrs. Rlph C. Bedle, Mrs. Everett E. Crlson. Mrs* Robert Bentley, Mrs. Jc Cush* mn, Mrs. Kenneth Pike, ll.mtwn; Mrs.,O. J, Sterling Thompson, Middletown^ nd Mrs. Hrry Morris, Mnsqun, were" guests Thursdy evening for bridge t home Mrs. Chrles C. Schock, Jr Se Girt. Mrs. Bentley, Mrs. Cushmn, nd Mrs. Pike were prize winners. Mr. nd Mrs. Peter-A. Red nd dughtr, Mrgret Ann, were Sundy dinner guests Mr. nd Mrs. Chrles E. Hunt, Brlelle. Miss Jenne Berger, dughter ol Rev. Robert B. Ber- geri former pstor FirsT Presbyterin Churcb,. MU* wn, nd Mrs. Berger, Greenville,..,, ws weekend visitor t home Mrs. Lwrence Aitken. _ Mr. nd Mrs. Do^stesTOrd nd children^flyce.-jon nd.ve returned home from visit severl dys to Hershey, P. They lso visi t ^ "Rodside Americ * nd Vlley Forge, P, Miss Hrriette Insley, dughter Mr. nd Mrs.* Melville W. Insley, Brod St., returned home Tuesdy from < flve- Mrs..George P. Lehritter. Mntoloking. is visiting Mr. nd Mrs. Wilson W. Hobrough. Mrs. Spfford W. Schnck entertined t luncheon bridge on Fridy when h e r guests weve Mrs. John Mohir, Middletown; Mrs. Philip Neidlinger, Mrs. Conover H. Burlew, Mrs. J. F r n k l i n Dominick. Mrs.,George Doub- lier, Mrs. Peter A. Red nd Mrs. Pul Bish. Mrs. Neidlinger, Mrs. Burlew nd Mrs, Mohir were prize winners, Dougls Dietrich returned home Mondy from Riverview Hospitl where he ws surgicl ptient., Mr. nd Mrs. Rensseler L. Crtn ttended wedding.sturdy Mrs. C r t n s \nephew, W i i m Piercc Moore, Grcevllle, Fl., to Miss Mry Ann Grnt, terce- ville, t First Methodist Church, nd reception which followed in tlie church prlors. Mr. nd Mrs. Eugene B. Mc Kinney nd children, Bruce nd Anne. Fulton, Mo., r e visiting Mrs. McKinney s prents, Mr. nd Mrs. Fred. M. Burlew., Mr, nd Mrs. Chrles M. Pike rid children. Chrles M., jr. nd Nncy Jne, returned home Sturdy from two- week vction spent t Brighton Bech, Long Bech Islnd. Mr. Mrs. Frederick Hessey were weekend guests Mr. nd Mrs. John C. Hessey, Berkeley Heights. Mr. nd Mrs, Melville W. Insley returned home Sturdy irom vction spent t Clerwter Bech, Fl. Mrs. Willim H. Slvln entertined t bridge July,30. when her guests were Mr. nd Mrs, Frederick Hessey, Mrs. A. B. Henderson, Mr. Mrs/ Wilson Hobrough, ll Mtwn; Miss Bern? John-, ston. Detroit, Mich., nd Mrs. George P. Lehrltter. Mntoloklrig. ~... " * Mr. nd Mrs. Leroy H. Slckels ttended t h e Thursdy evening performnce Jnus* t Ivy Tower Ply: house, Spring Lke. Elizbeth Ann Vreelnd 8 visiting her grndmor, Mrs. Elmer Applegte t Ship Bottom.. ^.Mr, nd Mrs, Wirilm Hs- lch. sr., Mspeth, L.X., were guests lst week Mr. ndv Mrs. Willim Hslch, Rvine* Dr. Nell Hmlin, New York, ws 3 w«kend_guest j^lmlss CAE=. Crig.. -. Dr. Willim H, Pengel * nd Mrs. Pengel, ir dughter, Jne, nd DnJel Miller, Fhy field. C o n n ^* JTTit summer home Mt. nd Mrs. John A. Buer, Elk-Frkr-Tnnerflvllle. N.Y; Mj. Clrence N. Chmberlin nd Mrs. Chmberlin nd children, Dn nd John Lird, Dyton, Ohio, were Tuesdy guests MrB, Mrguerite L&lrd. Mrs. Jmes Thornton dughter, Jne, Ans, G.,. I re visiting Mr. nd Mrs. Chrles F. Perrine, flchenck Ave... Mr. nd Mrs. M. P r r i n Coon nd son, Robert, bid bon voyge Sturdy, to Wyne Coon, Windsor Locks, Cornu t Brdley Airport, Windsor Locks. Wyne is on two- w e e k vction In Europe, where be will visit points interest In Switzerlnd, Itly, Germny nd Pris. Mrs. Spfford W. Schnck entertined t. supper bridge July 3. Her guests were Mrs, Frederick Muer, Mrs. Mlcolm McMilln nd Mrs. Frnk H. Bliss. - Mr. nd Mrs. Richrd Ps tene, Norwich, Vt., were guests Iftst week Mr: Mrs. W illimr. Crig/ Cpt. Milford ;L. Nells nd Mrs. Nelis nd dughter Brbr, Alexndri, V., re visiting Mrs, G. «7. Sterling Thompson, Edgemere Dr. Mrs. Joseph Bler entertined Thursdy Dessert Bridge Club when prize winners were Mrs. Conrd Johnnscn. Mrs. Elmore Kttner nd hostess. Or guests were Mrs. Pul Egn,. Mrs. Willim J. Rbel, M r s Edwrd W, Currie, Mrs, Richrd Erdmnn nd Mrs. Howrd Erdmnn. Mrs. George Brbnell entertined t dinner Sturdy evening. Guests were M r s. J^ves Greeves, Perth,Am boy; Mrs. W. Oliver-D g C n nd Mrs. Mrguerite Lird. Mrs. Peter A. Rend enter tined t bridge Tuesdy. Her guests were Mrs, Pul Royer, Shrewsbury; Mrs. Dwight Gtwood, Prtin; Mrs. J. Frnklin Dominick, Mrs. Pul Bish, Mrs. Wlter Tylor. Mr. Dvid M. Bruce nd Mrs. Elmore Kttner. *. Mr. nd Mrs. \John«F. Hennessy, Prk Ave., returned home Sturdy, fter three- week vction t Schroon Lke, N.Y, The Ctholic Dughters Court, St, Joseph,K_e.y pjo.rit will sponsor cke nd food Ble, Sundy, fter ll msses, t St, Joseph s Scbool, : Mrs. Oeorge Clrk ttended dinner prty held t t h e home ot Mr. nd Mrs. Willim Engles, Middletown, July 26.. Mrs. Sophie Weinstein,, returned home July 30, from Soutb Fllsburg, N,Y., where she_ws_.guest. Mr. Mrs. Leon Lng.. : Mr. nd Mrs. Fred Wenzel "hve* been vctioning In In- dlh nd Ullrfls. En route hotfle, y visited Cnd nd-nlgr-jfllg, r Mr. nd Mrs. Tul Don nd children. Debr * brid, Cynthi, spent Sundy visiting Mr, nd. Mrs, Frnk Wertz, Dover, Pike, Mtwn, nd Mr, nd Mrs. O. J. Sterling Thomp* son,*mlddletownr ttended Mondy evening performnce "My Fir Ldy in N e w York,. Judith Rice is serving s counselor t Bptist Cmp, Lebnon, for severl weeks. Lind nd Helen Lchder, Memphis, Tenn., visited ir grndprents, Mri nd Mrs. W. C. Noddlngs, for severl dys lst week. Miss E. Britnk Feted At Shower A surprise shower ws given July 27 t Ok Shdes Fire House. In hocor Miss Elizbeth Ann Britnk, Keyport. Gifts were rrnged in lrge wishing well decorted in green nd yellow. A buffet 5Upper ws served. A lrge sheet cke ud bouquet flowers were tble centerpiece,. Miss Britnk will bccomc brfde Willim A. Berth oh Sturdy, Sept. 4. t 3 p.m. In. st. Joseph s Church, Keyport., Opcsts were I^rs. Oeorge Henn, Miss Jenhnetie S o Ulmers, Mrs. C. Clecerskt, Miss Dine Wyte; Mtss Beth Archer, Miss Sue Archer, M r s. Mry Meyer, Ml s Helen MCy- er, Miss Jnet Stults, M r s. Susie Cuoco, Mrs. Lur Britton, Mrs. C. Wlters, Mrs. Dine Melillo, Mrs. El.cuor Cullendo, Mrs. Jon Meyer, Mrs. Rubr.Meyer, Mrs. Betty Fleming, Mrs. A. DiSclullo, Mrs. Slly Strnlero, Mrs. Mrgret Strnlero, Miss Elizbeth Mrzzo, MUs My Britnk, Miss Ann Bvilnntc, Mrs. Helen Fllrdo, Miss Rose Britnk nd Mrs. P. Britnk, ll Keyport. Also Mrs, R, Eckert, Mrs. G.corgfc Smith, Miss Crol Smith, Miss Rose McDonld, Lurence Hrbor; Miss A n n Mrie Flelschmn, Mtwn; Mrs. Willim Hohenstcln. Miss Helen Schfflcr, Mrs. Agnes Cummlnghm, Mrs. P. Britn, k, Jr., Mrs. Ann Berth, Mrs. Dorothy Berth, Mist JoAnn Berth, Kensburg; Mrs. Lrry Owens, Cllffwood., Also Mrs. Anne S o h u l o r, Miss Audrey Bchuler, Miss Ar lene Schuler, Little Ferry; Mrs. Ann Hrrlll, Prlin: Mrs Ronnie Cuoco, Avcnel; Mrs, Clire Brltn&k, Mrs. LddlJ Gozn, Etontown; Mrs, Dorothy Jorgensen, Fords; Mrg. C, Regn, The Bronx; Mrs. Peggy Mlmonc, Morgn..Gifts were sent by Miss Oll MeThzer, Miss Elizbeth Vreelnd, Miss Mrilyn DiSnto, Miss Mry Bker, Miss Kren Bllderbck, Miss Mry C n wy, Mrs. LVerno Glrdot. Mrs. Jon Rlnkewlch, Mrs. Crine Sblnl, nd Miss Crol Berth. C h u rc h D irecto ry F ln t Cburcb ol Christ, Scientist >< Brod St., Keyport Sundy servlco in Wednesdy testimonil meeting 8 p.m. Rending room open Wednesdy 2 to 4 p.m. The prcticl power goodness nd spiritulity will be set forth t Christin Science services Sundy. Keynoting lesson-scrmon entitled Spirit Is U - Oolden Text from I Ccrlnthlns <2:2*: Nov. we hve received, n o t Ulc spliu world, but spirit which ls God." From "Science nd Helth with Key to Scriptures by Mry Bker pddy will bo red following IJIT.I-O); " As Ood himself ls good nd is Spirit, goodness nd spiritulity must be immortl." Scripturl selections will Include following front II Corinthins (3:4,5): And sucli trust hve wc through Christ lo GodWrd: Not tht we re sufficient ourselves to tlilnk ny thing s. ourselves: but our sufficiency Is Cod, Bt. Jolm s Methodist Church South Min St., Keypori Rev. Normn R. Riley, Pstor During month August, pstor will hvo s his sermon mes, "Four Steps to Hppiness,. Step two to bo dlsoussed Sundy will be. "Unburden Yourself. Services will be held t B:30 nd oclook. Dvid s Emmnuel Tbernol* Apolollv F.lth Roosevelt Ave., Cllffwood Rov. Ruth Duprcp, Pnstor A service is heldfridy t 8 p.m.. Sundy School ls t 0..m.;- morning worship,,m, followed by dministering bptism: evening: sorvlce, 8 p.m, Chrity service ls held Mondy t 8 p.m. Wednesdy, tho Rev. Jmes Erly, Jr., Asbury Prk, t li e six-yor-old ol.ud wonder, will prech. All re Invited, Mrs. Dorii Rudnick In Golf Tournment Mrs. Doris Rudnick, Keyport, flnishe. ln eleventh plce In low gross scoring ln 24th nnul Metropolitn Womens Jersey Shore Golf Chmpionship plyed over Hollywood Oolf Club course ln Ocen Township. Thursdy. Kirs. RJdntck crded for 207[, Mrs. Sophie Untermey- er Century Golf Club In Long Islnd copped tourney with 249 on scores Rissm illers Entertin At Fm ily Reunion Mr. nd Mrs. A. D. fllssmlll- er; Lloyd Ed.,.Mtwn. entertined t fmily reunion over weekend. Guests were Mrs. Rlssrlll- er s prents. Dr. R. D. Well- ons nd Mrs: Wellons, Winter Prk, Fl.: Mr. nd Mrs. Alfred E. Wellons ond children, Philip, Christopher nd Richrd, who re leving tody for New Delhi, Indi, where Mr. Wellons ls serving s politicl secretry.,. Also tlie Rev. E. F, Smith nd Mrs. Smith nd children, Edwrd, Dvid nd Slly. The Rev. Mr. Smith bs been missionry ln Belgin Congo for pst four yers nd now ls home for one yer; Miss Blnche Wellons, retired, who ws hed English Deprtment tbe Eduction School Indin Stte University, Bloomington, Ind. Florid Visitor Mrs. Elizbeth Brown, Jcksonville, Fl., recently visited her bror-in-lw nd sister, Mr. nd Mrs. Hrold Burlew. Rvine Dr., Mtwn, Before returning to Florid on Thursdy. Mrs. Brown nd Mr*. Burlew spent tyo weeks ln Br Hrbor, Me., nd on Cpe Cod, Mss. Look through your church, Inside. windows.. From English Motors UHC0LN NERCDRV NEW AND USED CARS Ob fefnmontb Sirtel O p d m M* CrllM I W M - : Red Hnk. : Shdyiid A000 Mry Ann Olsen Feted At Shower Miss Mry An Olsen, dughter Mr. nd Mrs! Jck Olden. 97 Hilltop Blvd., Cllffwood Bech, ws t h e guest honor t surprise shower given by her bridl ttendnts, Mrs, Jck Brown, Miss Juli Olsen, Miss Peggy Jen Olsen, Cllffwood Bech, nd Miss Beverly B r u de r, Cllffwood, t her home Sturdy evening. Miss Olsen will bccbme bride Albert E, Perkins, son Mr. nd Mrs. Albert F. Perkins, Cllffwood Bech, Sturdy. Aug , ln By- vlew Presbyterin Church, Cliffwood Bech. Attending were Mrs. Peter C. Olen, Mrs. Albert F. Perkins. Mrs. Jck Olsen, M r s. Jck Power. Mrs. Chris Olsen, Mrs. Eugene Andrlol, Mrs. Gus Kemmett, Miss Rit Schuh, Mrs. Robert Ryslnskl, Cllffwood Bech. Also Mrs. Oscr Oolimcrl, Mrs. John Vchllis. Mrs. Andrew Crver. Mrs. Willim Brldgemn, Mrs. Rollln Rth- bun, Mrs. Joseph MollU, Mrs. Willim Beckner, Mrs. Edith Briggs, Mrs. John Phillips, Mrs. Milton Fll, Lurence Hrbor; Mrs. Mrie Elwood Cllffwood, nd Mrs. Chrles Frley, Jr., Morgn. Mrs. John DlOlovnnl sent gift. Prepre For Fir The Browntown 4 Sodhop- pcrs Club held meeting Tuesdy evening t home ir leder, Fred Oub, lo mke plns for ir entries lu Middlesex County Fir which will be held t Dunhms Corner, Est Brunswick Township, strting Wednesdy evening nd running evenings through Aug. 7. The boys l so will id l tbe fir grpuods, next Wfek, pm jsrlng for tb* fir. "... Birthdy Celebrtion For Ron Joyce Ster Mr. nd Mrs. Herbert Ster, Jr.. Mtwn, entertined t birthdy prty for ir dughter, Ron Joyce, Mrs. Sler s mor, Mrs. Mtw Hnd, Mspeth, L.I., t ir home on Wshington Ave, Both Ron Joyce, who ls four-yers-old nd her grndmor were born on sme dte. Oth6r ttending were: Mtw Hnd, Mspcth; M rs. Krl Hermnn nd children, Gy nd Gry, Mrs. Thoms Noddlngs nd son, Dougls, Mrs, Hermnn Pokllus dughter, Dine, Ronld Leslie Emmons, Grrett Dom- lny, Dvid Wells, Willim nd Dennis Dnko, Lourle, Dcbby nd Butch Dellocc,. m e s Ster. Ptrici Frrell, Judy Shfto, Mrs. Hrold H. Mrs. Herbert Ster, sr. John Selleck nd Mrs. Frrell. Qllts were sent by Anthony Frlello nd fmily, Mrs. Ann Brend, nd Mrs Chrles Phillips. Fogg,. Mrs. Mry Mrs. Mrs. Otto Dietrich It Shower Guest Of Honor Mrs- Wilbur Schnclder, Mrs. Rhe Long.itrcet Mrs. Robert Muller, Mtwn, were hostesses t surprise 6hower July 3 given t home Mre. Schneider. 2 B vine Dr., In honor Mrs. Otto Dietrich. Olftn were rrnpd In clos bsket decorted In yellow. Guests Included Mrs. Krl Hermnn, Mrs. Willim Ohns- mn, Jr., Mrs. Howrd Henderson, Mrs, Richrd OltfthuU. Mrs. Kenneth Woolley, Mrs. Leonrd Btokc*. MIsb Jne VnOr&ckie, Miss Besflie Lyle, ll Mtwn. Gifts were iwnt by Mrs. Wenzfl, Mrs. Woolley, Mrs. Wlter Cper, nd Mrs, Otto Dietrich, nr. bv* He l * Mtwn journl Flemington But Trip Plnned By Auxiliry Under chirmnship Mrs. Dougls Downs, Shrewsbury, Mrlboro Hospitl Auxiliry will sponsor bus trip to Flemlntjton on Wednesdy, Aug. 2, The trip will Include ft visit to glss works, pottery works, nd r Compny, Highlight dy will -be fur fshion show. Fbulous.fUWL.rn be. exhibited,, s-well s cshmere nd sports cots, The compny will conduct tour through plnt nd show slides ll types furs, nd how y re designed. Plenty time will be vilble for browsing through glss nd pottery works. The bus trip Itself will be tun, ride cross Uie stle with group uxiliry members eger to know ir neighbors ln shore communities, Tickets re vilble t hospitl, or from ny member uxiliry, Reservtions my be mde by telephone, s long s rrngements re mde for picking up tickets by Aug, 7, Buses will leve Red Bnk Rilrod Sttion t 9.m. Bus will leve Mtnwn prking lot t 9:it.m. Anyone Interested my cll Mrs, John Til pv, Mtwn -423 before Aug. 9. tlettucmne Lurn Cburoh Mple PI., Keyport Rov Frederick Boo*. Pstor There re two servloes on Sundy; Mtins t 6:80.m. nd tlie regulr service t II oclock. Sundy. Sohool. begins I nursery, kindergrten t 9:48.m. primry deprtments. First Melhodlst Cburcb Aur. d. 957 tio Min St.. MUwn, Rev. Albert D. Curry, Pstor Morning worship ls held t 8:45,m. nnd oclock. The sermon topic will be "Slvtion ls Alwys lu reson nd will be presented by Rev. Chrles 8, Gry, visiting minister. Church school l licld t B:4!> m. Wcdncsdny, t 7:30 p.m. pryer meeting will be held. At 8 p.m. ficil bord will meet. Trinity Eplmopl Cburcb Min St,, Mtwun Rev Bernrd McK qrllck. The Eighth Sundy fter Trinity, Holy Euchrist ls t 9 n.in. lln>view Vresbjterln Church Clilfwood Beob Rev Frnclr Osterstock Church school.i* held t 9;45 n.m, Tho guest speukcr nt tlio 9:49.m. morning worship will be John Rolmor, N o w Brunswick, representtive The Gideons Interntionl, Keypori Reformed Church Wrren St., Keyport Rev, Roderick N. DeYoung, Pstor During months July nd August, morning wor ship servlco nd nn eduction hour for chtldron strts t 0 n.m, Following lt-mlnuto devotionl sorvlce with tlm congregtion, children will be tken, to tho uditorium to be showii movie, film strli) or set ot slides, Tho eductionl hour-will conoludo t U.m., sme nn conclusion tlmo tho worship hour, Prents re Invited to ttond nnd bring children, Tho Rev, Ell DeLottro, pnstor tho Colts Neck Reformed churoh, will be guest speker, Flrst Preshylerln Churob Ml St^ Mlwn Rev. Chester A. Gllowy, Pstor Church service It held it 9:30,m. when tlie Mens Club will be tn chrge dring bsence tlie pstor. Sundy Bchool lso ls t,:30.m, for r te Five Wins First Prize At N.C. Workshop Mrs. Herbert B. Crwford, RD], Freehold, former resident Mtwn, recently won Url Pilte tho 95 contest In Juvenile fiction division Huckleberry Mountin W o r k 5 li o p, Hendersonville N, C. Mrs, Crwford, mor two smll children Is t h e writer. weekly "Stories tor Tiny Tots ln tills newspper tinder her miden nme, Mrgret A. Levy.., The first prize consisted - one week s sty n Huckleberry Mountin Workshop-Cmp, Including room, bord nd tuition. Mrs. Crwford, who hs returned from tking dvn- tono tier prize, ws enthusistic bout her rece >tlon ud tho stimulus hor writing received re. Blio ws enrolled in Juvenile fiction course, conducted by Mrs, Helen tdlchl) Olds, who Is uthor pproximtely 4 ohlidroni books, nd 300 short ntorlos. M r, Ids lso tenohcs course. tn wilting t Queen s C o l e g e, Now York, lmokleberry, non-prit or- linnmllou, under tlie dlreotlon Miss Evelyn O. Hynes, l workshop for cretive nrtlbts In ll otegorlei, Including writing, pinting, poetry, pho- loni nphy, tlio cretive limidlorflb, Turkeys top llet Aug u it plentiful foods, ccording W tin U, U. Deprtment Ag- rlculnirt. nitf tjlrdu will be more economicl buy*.... Jehovhs Witnesses Convention Aug Stephen Conyk, presiding minister Jehovhs Witnesses will hed " group delegtes for Keyport congregtion Jehovhs Witnesses who will ttend five-dy convention to be held Aug. 2 2S t Memoril Stdum, Bltimore, Md, The convonllon Is sponsored by Wtch Tower Bible U Trct Bociety, Brooklyn, directing gency for Jehovhs. Witnesses. It is tho lrgest 0 ssembllt-n In Norlli Americ this Hummer. A totl ttendnce 200,000 lt nticipted with 40,000 expected to meet In Bltimore.. "Tlie purpono meeting, sid Mr. Conyk Is Ui provide dditionl lllble Instruction for witnessed nd to enble m to pply Bible principles more fully to tlielr everydy lives nd ctivities. For this reson progrm crries me Llfc- glvlng Wisdom, There will bo inornlnk, npernoon nnd evening sessions devoted to Dlble tlks, discussions nd prcticl demonstrtions," lie explined. Mr. Conyk reported tht tcv- erl members tho bord directors Wtch Tower Bociety, Including llthn II. Knorr, president, nd I rcd W. F ini, vice president, will spek In Bltimore. The highlight thr convention will be public ddrem by Mr, Knorr t 3 p.m. Hunrfy, Aug, 25, on "Heling Ntion* lis Drwn Ner." W edding A nnoun^em enl prlnlcd promptly on pneled or bridl book now-while vellum t this fice. Bptist Ldies Aid Guests At Luncheon Members ot Ldle* M4 Bociety tbe First BpUnl Chilrch, Mntnwun, rid,, thplr fmilies wre recent guests *t clm chowder luncheon t llio summer home Mr. nd s: Pw fd MniMiii ffrflr" Bonnet. _ t Attending -were Mr. -fttt Mrs. Hrry M. Munson, Mr. nd Mrs. A. Adm Dnko, Mr. nd Mrs. Wilson W. Hobrough, Mrs. Willim Bder; Mrs. Mry Nell, Mrs, Dorothy Rlner, Mrs. Esr illncr nd children, DouglB nd Dnvld, Mrs, Robert Bentley nd- sons, Robert nd Peter. Also M ix Frnklin S. Thompson, Mrs, Willim Blv. ln, Mrs, Willim Turner, Mrs. Adele Johnson, Mrs. Oeorgo Duncn, Mrs, Mrtin Lutor- wld, Mrs, Arris B. Henderson, Mrs. Herbert Sturt, Mrs. Norm Holmes, Mrs. Donld W. Robinson, Mr. Chrles J, Ruff, ll Mtuwnh: Mrs, Jmes VnBrkle, Keyport: Mrs. Oeorgo P. Lehritter, Mntoloklng; Miss Berne Johnston, Detroit, Mich., nd Mrs. Ev Schnzcnbch, Melede- conk, Mtwn Couple Buyt Old Mrlboro Estte Robert K, Weldon, president tho Weldon Contrcting Compny Westfield lis sold country estte with columned colonil style brick residence ln Murlboro Township, Mr, nd Mrs. M, S. Whley, Mtwn, purchsed t h e 3- cre property. The scvcn-room residence, built In 04(, hs porch with tight two story columns cfods fncdc. Iloomn re rrnged round center bll which linn Dutch door t rer, There re two bedrooms, one pneled III knotty pine, ln ddition to mster suite, A ricrrnllim room In linne r.ent nl#o Is pneled In knotty pine,, Of propertyll 0 cren, five me wuodlnd nil tlie reminder re clered. Tliero ls I)rook nd n pond. Grounds u n lndscpcf! round t li e liout.c which Is set bout MI0 feet bck from tho Ifiilindel- Murlboro ltd, on which tlie property fronts for 00 feet, Mrs. Allison Fotod Mrs. Alfred Allison, 2 Fr«nt iiu Ave., Mtwn. ws Kucjbt honor Mondy st chfjbiutlon for her birthdy. (iuo»ts were M n. lurry Muns<»n, Mrti. Wlter IH I d e r, Min. Holmes /Jhuttfi, M r*. G r o w fjuncnn, MI» Arllne Ko*r, Mihii Kdlth fuout Mrs. Chrles J. Huff. Neelfl. rrruu, h p ) n c ll, f><juna]), cftuhflower, il tlieos ve«f?tublrn ore enhnced with liber) «prlukllntf Ininon juice, nuffifent Monmouth Count) Iloine Asent Mri. l/>r ns K. White. Fir Queen To Reign Over Week-Long Event Betootton ot Queen.to-ur«. side over Mew J*r»ey Slte f t ir. Trenton, to be held ln September will be mde bn tho opening dy. Sundny, Sept. 22. with elimintions d u r n g Moonlight Dnce At Lvoies Grove Aug, 7 Mrs. If voi d J. CoMollo, Mtuwn, chirmn, nnounces brisk sle tickets for moonlight d n o e t Lvoios rove, Morgnville, Sturdy evening, Aug. 7, to be sponsored by Mtwnn Domo- onvtlo Club,.... Tlie o k e t s Mf ttrcting young groups whoseldom get opportunity-bt dittoing to nlno.-pleoe orchestr under dlreotlon Wlt Steger. Novelty dnces, f o r.p r lu i, hve been rrnged by tlio ontertlnmont committee...r< frosliments will bo oh sle, Tickets my be obtined from Mrs. Costello, Mrs. Oenevlevi Donnell t Friendly Shop, ot.ttiy member..ol_l,ti_o\ub.-i- First Aid Auxiliry. Food, Cke Sle. The Ldles Auxiliry Mtwn Township First Aid nd llesoue Squd will hold food nd cke sle on Sturdy t 0.m, t Cliff- wood Bechfront, - Pln hvo been mde lo *t- tend performnce "Mr. Roberts" *, Neptune Music Circus on Thursdy, Aug. 20. A bus will leve tlie Clilfwood Fire House t 7:30 p.m. Those wishing to ttend m y secure ticket* from ny. uxiliry member, Wnt to Cut Yon Auto lilg l nlglit, Tlie winner will CW Bl preside over ctivities during wool^ until closing dy, Sundy, Sept. IDlh, Entries Will be recelvod nt New Jorsey Stte Fir fice until Bept, 9. The competition Is open only to singlo girls, i-yours--go or o y e r, who re residents New Jersey, The queen will receive n 00 U, S, Svings Dond, tlio New Jersey Slte Fir trophy und merchndise prices, lso will be guest for tlio week fir mngement, stying with her chperone t Trenton hotel, Entry bljiltu my be obtined by writing tho New Jorsey Stle Fir, Box 009, Trenton, Why py for llw clh.r MIwV - c.r. I.M driving? lll.l K.rt. I m. to In.u r. only "» r «M drlvrs" Ili kin who h.v. rm w c c ld.n t. n il fewer clim*, Y ou cn n ly on HMU (r m M oun prothtlon l»<on>km rtm. Cll n», I n u y Im 0 sve you m om yl p*r«it im im i h i ( turn if * Robert A. Orr -0 By Avnu Union Beoh Somo peoplo soom to on oy Hving lot money tho erly prt tho week or month - nd nothing ltter prt. If you prefer to void those ups nd downs, opon chocking ccount. It holps you budget, hppily,

6 ^ m - MATAWAN JOLTtfU P r e s ix A ug. 8, 957 Attend Wedding Of Miss Blhot Those from locl r e who ttended wedding M s s Mry Lou Blhot, dughter M. nd Mrs. Pul Blhot, Jr., Browntown, to Henry Koegler, son Mr. nd Mr. Joseph Koegler, Heddens Corner, Red Bnk, Sturdy, t St, Jmes Church; Red Bnk, were Mr. nd Mrs. Pul Blhot, sr.,. John. Blhot, Mls Jen Ann Gub, Miss Mrie Gub, Mrs. Edwrd Rosenbohm, Mr. nd Mrs. Willim Pitney dughters, Miss Suznne Pitjiey nd Miss Betty Lou Pitney. Mrs. Willim Pitney, sr., Mrs. Dle Green, il ol Browntown, nd Mr, nd Mrs. Otto dub, Mtwn. Steelwork construction nets underwy t Jersey Centrl Power & Light Compny s Miss Arlene Molnr w s SAyrevIIIe electric generting sttion where new 37,5000-HIIowftlt unit l be-inc dded to Fridy evening dinner compnys generting cpcity. The 25,000,000 project Is expected to be completed next yer. guest Mr. nd Mrs. Arthur It will brine JCP&L s totl generting fcilities to 54,000 kilowtts, nerly four times Mott, Browntown, t Lm- compny s -05 generting cpcity. The new ddition wlll.be fourth completed by bertville House, Lmbertville. compny since tht time, nd third t Syrevllle Sttion. A similr unit went Into op ertlon In 955 t this sttion which Is one J CP&Ls mjor power plnts serving this re. Mrs. Nichols Arce c e ebrted her birthdy Sundy evening t smll fmily gring. Mondy, Mrs. Mdison Policc D i l C h n g e o v e r Trffic Sfety Arce ttended meeting t Most telephone customers home Mrs, Ann Logg bvins: Individul lines will Monmouth Junction, Middlesex Assist Progrm Meeting Held retin numbers y now County Extension Service Mdison Township police bve wben Mtwn Representtives 23 Middlesex County s 25 municipli Agent. Mrs. Arce is member tbe county dvisory Keyport re phones r e re crrying out triler survey progrm, ordered by Chief in summer oi 958, It more thn two hours with converted to dil system ties met Thursdy night f o r -committee. Members t h e dvisory committee will be ln Edwrd Adler s result ws nnounced yesterdy by County Trffic Co-ordlntor, chrge supper Wednesdy reccnt ction by tbe Township Wrren W. Messerscbrldt, Cornelius A. Wll, Cllffwood t Middlesex County Fir Bord Helth. Some time mnger New Jersey Bech, nd ficils t h e Dunhm s Corner. Bell Telephone Compnys Bureu Sfety_ Stte Mr. nd Mrs. Michel Kos- ge when trilers mde ir Keyport business fice. Deprtment Motor Vehicles tuk nd children, Mry Beth. ppernce, y were welcome Only exchnges will be to survey re trffic prob becuse y served to Michel nd Gerrd, nd Mrs. replced, Mr* Messer* lems nd existing sfety hz Oeorge Kostuk, Freehold, llevite Uie housing shortge. schmldt reported. Keyport rds, were July 3 visitors Mr, However, it ws not long before uthorities recognized The conferees, gred ln nd Mrs. Albert Hopkins nd fmily.. freeholders meeting room County Records building ln New Brunswick, were Mr. nd Mrs. Brth Gub need some mens con were dinner guests Mr. nd told county ls in process Instlling bout 200 Mrs. Pul Molnr nd dughters, Ann nd Arlene, Stursigns In vrious municiplities reding. Speed Checked i dy, to celebrte Mrs. Gubs birthdy. _ By Rdr." Mr. nd Mrs. Willim Pitney, Miss Betty Lou Pitney nd MrB. Willim Pitney, sr., visited Mrs. A. Girrd on July 3 t Point Plesnt, Mr. nd Mrs. Fred Gub. nd dughter,- Jeon, s.p e n t, Thursdy nd Mondy t Se Bright. Mr. Gub is enjoying vction from E. I. DuPont denemours, Prlln. Fred Grube, Devon, Conn., ws n overnight guest Mondy Mr. nd Mrs. Pul -Molnr nd dughters... M lssunsme Pitney. JNew York, spent weekend visiting her prents, Mr. nd Mrs. Willim Pitney, nd fmily. Phrmcy Week To Be Observed Oct. 6-2 $20 per nionth-be-pltmo mcles will prticipte in ech m. In few cses It stte-wide eductionl c m ws declred, hs this mnpign,during Ntionl Phrmcy Week from Oct. 82 lh Mr. Anderson points out tht dte been met. New Jersey, nd highlight se trilers drw upon most better public understnding services furnished by mentl Illness" under locl government, nd me Your Phrmcist result contribute towrd Works for Better Community Helth. PreBldeht-elect Frnk Pin chk New Jersey Phrmceuticl Assocition, who is serving s chirmn Ntionl Phrmcy Week committee, sid recently t h e progrm ws pproved by ssocitions bord trustees, nd would be Implemented by mentl helth groups t t h e stte nd locl levels, s well s business nd commercil estblishments in New Jersey. He sid visul posters would be displyed throughout t h e stte, supplemented by specil rdio nd television progrms, with retil phrmcists serving s depots for distribution literture nd s Informtion centers for ptrons. BUDGET PAYMENTS On Automobile INSURANCE Cll KF.yport Arthur W. McFrlnd 8 Brod St. Keyport, N. J. trolling Influx nd. n ordinnce regulting ir loction nd opertion ws pssed. When new Bord Helth ws set up t first yer, with Leonrd Mssom s president, one first projects. Inugurted r. is detiled pprisl triler sitution, nd n Inspection ihe individul units. The results this study brought bord to decision tht re would hve to he stringent enforcement t h e provisions ordinnce nd it would possibly be necessry U^set up furr controls. The study. ot sltuuon brought out. nor ngle, when Horce Anderson, bord secretry, reveled tht triler occupnts contributing nothing township expenses. One stipultions triler ordinnce is tht tx JCP&L Continues To Expnd mo.- were towrd publio debt without mking contributions to meet It. Complete files ot triler popultion, recording t h e nme owner, number - occupnts, snitry fcilities nd or Informtion tht will fford complete record triler nd Its occupnts will be set up from Informtion being gined In survey. Police hve discovered s result ir probe thr some trilers re well situted, contin ll fcilities for modern comfort nd re surrounded by wellot e p grounds, while ors re locted in bck yrds with scrce!, wlking room be tween m nd neighboring houses. 494 Houses Sold Cntor nd Goldmn, N e w York, builders Fleetwood Prk on Route 3K, Rrlt Township, report tht 60 per cent or purchsers t 500-homo coiony re New York ers who will continue to work in New York fter y tke possession ir homes, strting ln few weeks. The survey covers 494 buyers, ll who huvo purchsed t Fleetwood Pvk to dte. AUGUST SPECIAL COMPLETE LUBRICATION for $.00 With Every Oil Chnge O ffe r O norl A t K A P U S H Y B R O T H E R S It!, Keyport Esso Service Center Highwy 35 And Bedle Rd. Free Pick Up And Delivery Six Corners Esso v Keyport exchnge phones will u s e Colfx 4 while Mtwn numbers will use Lowell 6 exchnge. Prty line customers will receive entirely new phone numbers to ellm* Inte use letter. indiction At end ir present number, mng* er sid.!, Mr. Messcrscbmldt stted tbt when detiled engl-, neerlng work connected with dil cbngeover Is dvnced, customers to be ssigned new numbers will be notified promptly. New Wter Line Through Mdison Johu-KeRer,-JwtBt_jienrfcment engineer nd superintendent l Perth Amboy, hs-nnounced tht work will get underwy soon to Instll new 30-lnch wter min beneth Rritn-JUver- from-mdlr son Township to Pprth A^r\boyT The instlltion Is expected to be finished by Feb. * 058, The new min will supplement two 24-lnch lines which hve been crrying wter under river froih city pumping sttion t Runyon ln Mdison Township for lst 60 yers. It will cross tbe river for distnce 2300 feet from point ner Victory Bridge on south bnk to property Philip Crey Mnufcturing Co. on t h e north bnk. Totl length min will be 6800 feet. For some time, Mr. Reger hs been worried bout th e condition oid mins becuse ir ge nd t h e possibility one or both m being rmmed by ship using Rritns deepwnter chnnel. "Ordinrily, min thts been in use 90 yers wouldnt be Old, but when itr lin in medow mrsh nd on river bottom, 50 yers Is long time, Mr. Reger explined. Mr. Reger sid glvnic ction hs cused crbon to form on outside tho mins. It hs to be chopped pwy with htchet, T h e fct tht present mins rc nnly 20 to 30 feet below low men wter level lso cushs some sleepless nights for engineer. Somo big tnkers using river chnnel drw up to 35 feet wter. ^ In 942, re ws brek In one or underwter mnlns. It Is believed ship cut Into it, but It never could be proved, Mr. Konger sid. The new min will bo 42 feet below low men wter level. This will mke it necessry to dredge to u depth from 45 to 47 feet In order to provide cover nt lest three feet over min t outer edges river nd up to 3 feet in chnnel, Completes Course At Fort Dix U. S. Army Pvt. John F Plontkowskl, son lte Mr. And Mrs. J, PionlkowBki, Mtwn, recently ws grduted from tho bsic Army dministrtion course t Fort Dlx. The course Included trining In typing, Army clericl procedures nd record keeping. Pvt. Plontkowskl entered Army In Jnury 957. The 30- yer-old soldier is grdute Of Mtwn lllgh School, C»>J ltot.i nd presently Is Mnned,.in Kore. The move is follow-up to numerous rodchecks which hve been conducted by Mr. Wlls fice ln co-opertion with stte nd municipl police. The recommendtion for rodchecks, dvnce:, severl months go by stte ficils, hs b?en pursued vigorously by county uthorities... The ttending myors, police commissioners nd chiefs lso discussed severl outstnding trffic problems, Including renewed demnds tor Improvements on Uoutft lb desorlbed ns comitys most pressing trffic problem, nd closing dividing islnds on Route 9 in Woodbrldge Township, In vicinity Two Guys From Hrrison P. 0. Weignd, Jr., Retires Aug. Peter O. Weignd, Jr., 234 Min 6t., Keyport former ct* Ing deputy chief retired Aug. fter serving for 38 yers s New Jersey Stte Motor Vehicle TnpecU>r. Mr. Welgnd, now 63, Joined tbe Stte Motor Vehicle Deprtment In 09 nd h^been ssigned to sttions in Monmouth, Middlesex nd Ocen Counties, greter prt his period service. During his yers s motor vehicle inspector, Mr. Wei gnd processed mny thousnds pplicnts for drlv er s licenses t vrious testing fices In three counties. He served under six different Stte Motor Vehicle Commissioners. Prticulrly ctive In county nd locl politicl fields, Mr. Weignd served s member Keyport Borough Council from 634 to 042 when he ws successful Re publicn cndidte for myor tlie child used to putting h s hed in wter by hving Get cr tbt Is beutiful, h{m prctice ducking in bsin. in.. kitchen,... see-sw pint,.- good upholstery, good nd lso, dependble! Good mm: ~ ducking _ method with buddy. rubber ll round nd motor ^liiejttet,bk>wfinu terridk. to-gewused-4o--feel--th&- in-a-l^-condltion-men-mtor^ to Route 9 ws posed by Wood- pool or lke, elementry floting nd dog-pddlc stroke nd up lte models tg stisfction! See our line bridge Township Chief Police John R. Een who clled simple sit-down dive. for Bwlttest possible ction. top, 4 door Specil nd Bulck Super, 2 door, hrd Mr. Wll sid re re door Specil; ll in nice bout 300 requests for improvements from county mu 055 Chevrolet, Bellr, 2 door* clen condition. DRUG FA C TS niciplities relting to rod two tone, rdio, heter, hzrds, better illumintion, powerglide, white wll trffic signls, nd speeding tires, 6 cylinder. A one problems. The greter percentge se hve to be re err -mis noto right v AWAY. ITS IMPORTANT viewed hy stte inspectors. THAT YOU START TAKING Since re re only bout four engineers cting for stte, IT IMMEDIATELY! time element ws cited s ILl TAKE ITTO ~\ hindrnce to eliminting some problems, Mr. Wll declred. The county trfflo co-ordlntlon expressed grtifiction t turnout by locl ficils. Only Pllnsboro nd Monroe were not represented, nd this ws becuse y lck police orgniztion. Attending for stte were George Mnhn, myor Morristown nd chief nl. t h c Bureu Sfety Deprtment Motor Vehicles, nd Leo Welsh, ssistnt bureou chief, Krl E. Metzger, county freeholder director, lso ttended. Ninth Freshmn Cmp Plnned By University Registrtions for Temple University s ninth nnul freshmn cmp ro helng ccepted from first-yer u- deuts wlio hve enrolled to strt clnsscs ut university In September. T h o three-dy frcshmnn Fring will tke plcc t Cmp Hilltop, T)ownifigtor. P., from Sept. 3;to 5. Registrtion will be limited trnnspovtntion to tlie cnmp Is provided by university. Estblished eight yers uro, cmp hs proved lnvlu- blo In cquinting»w students with university lire nd llowing m lo meet fellow students nnd members thl fculty nd dministrtion t Temple. Two Pled Guilty Hrold Downs, 58, Mnttlson Ave., Asbury Pork nd Mrs. Betty Tern, 35, Evergreen Ave., Brdley Bech, were fined 80 ech Fridy on morls chrge. Doth entered ples gullly ln Mrlboro Township Muniolpl Court be fore Mnglstrlo ibrl Hrrington. Stte police ot Keyport Brrcks s&ld couple w, rrested Fridy<In- t h e Morgnville section - t h e township. PETER O. WEIGAND, JR. He served s myor ( borough for three consecutive terms until 948. Mr. Weignd ws born in Hzlet nd hs resided ln Keyport for pst 40 yers. He lives with his wife, former Miss Mrie Wlling, t ir Min St. home, The couple hve dughter, Mrs. J. L. Hendrickson, Jr., Middletown, nd grnddughter, Mry Jne.. Cliffwood Prents (continued from pge one) on hnd to be sure tht. mo r dldn t mke ny mistkes. 32-pBe textbook,-describes in 8 Illustrted totcps -bsic techniques swimming. They rnge from getting S/tv-OM DRUBS DOCTOR. I CAN ALWAYS RELY ON THEM FOR FAST.DfPtNDAAlE SJRYICt! According to Mr. Schneck, book, first Red Cross publiction to dvocte h o m e teching swimming, h s been published to broden bse Red Cross 43-yer wter sfety progrm which is designed to "wterpro Americ.. Recent studies, he pointed out, hve shown tht children under nine respond much more effectively to individul instruction thn to group tutelge. We believe tht new textbook will give prents chnce to tech ir own children to swim s soon s y re redy to tke to wter, reby sfegui. m erly ginst dngers being round wter. Keyport Dy (continued from pge one) reign over ll ctivities on Keyport Dy which include bby prde, sop box derby, grnd prde which will feture four hnds nd o u t stndng flots In ddition to mrching units; block dnce nd spectculr, disply fireworks. The bby prde will strt promptly t 0:45.m. from Jersey Centrl kllrod Sttion on Min St. nd will continue to Third St. Prize winners will be selected»by Judges firm reviewing stnd in front Odd Fellows Hll. A prize $25 Svings Bond will be given t h e winner. Keyport merchnts lso hve contributed number outstnding prizes which will be wrded in this event, Mr. Jendron reported. Four bnds nd numerous flots will be fetures grnd prde, slted -to strt t 2 p.f. t Six Corners. Bnds Included ln line mrch re, Keyport Junior Drum nd Bugle Corps, t h e Mtwn Fire Deprtment Drum nd Bugle Corps, t h e Keyport Music Center Accordion Bnd nd Gudlcnl Post 4745, V.F.W. Drum nd Bugle Corps, Cllffwood. H HOI FACT (m m «kh\\ owner cr. Here Is buy. 955 Plymouth, Svoy, 4 door sedn, two tone, rdio, beter, powerflitc trnsmission. A clen one owner low milege cr. This one is specil to sell. 955 Buick. Specil, hrd top twd tone, rdio, beter, dynhow, white wll tires, power steering! power brkes. -This one you must see. Ors to choose from. We hve m in ll price rnges. Come In "BEAUTIFUL AND DUMB IS NOT BASED ON FACT! Studies mde, s well s objective comprisons, show tht re l no reltionship belweeu ppernce intelligence. Confirmed by tbe Deprtment Psychology New York University. LiiilW fa M O T O R S., V Ai!iT>4oni7 -.c»bt/ick dcm«o UnylSt BCPtl Hd.Kejpott S pecil A ttrctions Loews Drive-In Thetre is sponsoring number flots nd str ttrctions for prde including flot for Keyport Little Legue bllplyers, Smokey his chriot. Dvey Crockett nd his horses nd Irene Keyport with her wonder horse Bby. T h e Conover Lumber Co, is supplying truck to trnsport t h e ccordion bnd on prde route. The ficil prde route s nnounced by committee will follow course from Six Corners to West Front St. on Brodwy, long West Front St. to Brod St. where units will pss reviewing stnd locted in front t h e Keyport Free Public Librry. The units will contlnui to Jckson St., n to Atlntic St., north on Atlntic to Second St., nd Will continue through Fulton nd First Sts. to t h e old borough hll building where mrchers will disbnd. Refreshments will be served to youngsters mrching or prticipting in prde by Keyport Junior Drum nd Bugle Corps Auxiliry t re- old borough hll building. Adults will be served in qurters Hook nd Ldder Fire Co.... Sop Box D erby Contestnts ln sop box derby re sked to report to min prking lot on Brod St. t 3:30 p.m. The Keyport Recretion Deprtment will wrd trophies to winners in wire nd derby wheels divisions into which hets re divided. Loud spehing systems for events dy, including block dpnee nd fireworks disply hve been donted by Petes,* Ind., nd Keyport First -A i d Squd.... Music for block dnce, scheduled t 8 p.m. on First St. t Bech Prk, will be furnished by B o b LoPresto* bnd. The fireworks disply, described s bigger nd better thn ever before, will strt t p,m., Mr. Jendron slted, Mr. Jendron sid rtit prizes in Queen contest, grnd"prde nd sop b o x derby will be wrded t th? block dnce. Prizes" for bby prde Will be wrded immeditely following t h e morning event. Refreshments Avilble A refreshments stnd t Bech Prk will open Sturdy morning nd bnd stnd nd Judges stnd hve been erected on First St. Bnners which dd festive note to town htdy,* lredy hve been plced on First Brod Sts. Keyport merchnts who hve donted prizes for t h e celebrtion, events winners re Keyport Jewelers nd Opticins, Jennette Shop, Muriel Frocks, LZre s Shoes, Cos-. t s Confectionery, Qul it y. Bkery, Goldies Kiddie Shop, Auto Boys, Byshore Hrdwre. Terry Shop, Feigerisen s, LConte s, Surprise Store, LlU-Ann s. Atlntic Applince, Villge Television, Hnsen Bkery, Kerchner s. Klms Loew s Thetre, Cretive Hir Stylists, Bens Beuty Shoppe, Hzels Beuty Slon Ppps Studio. Outstnding trophies h v e : been donted by Keyport. Lions Club,.Klwnls Club nd. Civic Affirs-Commlttee in ddition to those fered by Recrctlon--Deprtment. < LEADER IN EVERY COMMUNITY I SERVE S A V E H U G E W orld s L rg e st O p e r tio n O f tts K i n d... N«polity odor No ikm or tip frito M nec«tury. Ui«it for melt n r f i u t lurid* er Mt*S4t«wtllf, ttillu p, ll msonry surfce*. - DOZENS OF SHADES... _ gl. UAHHE SKCffleMM DMMQ Hrd*** wh» «spwd lo tir. I t l for woodwork** f n b r i. * Hm luring kt fc (Wm finbb. 2NDCAN FR EE NO LIMIT! Buy Get 2 Buy 5 Get 0 "ANYPMHTI MAKE" " I Inylt* yo to try my fnou Itm flloi f#r nd M oy Hi* Mnriitft mod, pilbl, by k«g* volm * oed O M - it p m.reliciitdlilng." MARY CARTER PAINT FACTORIES Route 34, 2 Miles So. Mtwn Phone Mt New Brunswick Ave. Perth Amboy, N.J. Turnpike Express Bus Service From Keyport, N. J.( Rollo Post House) Direct To New York Citys Business nd Thetre Districts Clip Out nd Sve^ Deprtures From Keyport To Now York City. A.M., R.». 9. P.M.. U. * I, I, 9, «.. I,, 0:3* I I M Idniiht Prl 4*r. Sturdy, Snd y.., llnlldftv Btrdy, Bvndy A DoUdy J I i I Round Trip Fre ONLY.6 4 phis tx x Clip Out nd Sve nep.rfre..m m New York CUr K.rpiirl I OreytMitud M& Bt T«r*iI*J A.M.. T:C. :4, 9;U. 0:43. l l i i i P.M., U:4J. :4. 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8 Pge Eight jr= JOURNAL Aug. 8, 957 "Brker, President, N.J. Bowling A ss n N. J, Bowlin? Assocition hs honored Keyport mn,, Ellsworth Brker, by nming him president orgnlz. tlon for yer tht strted Aug.. Mr. Brker is second Monmouth County mn to be so honored, or being Joe Menzzopne,-Ited Bnk, -who served in erlier dys orgnistion. Jn his new post, Brker nrjst supervise ctivities bowlers registered on tems ln 430 snction ed bowling estblishments In stte, Ed Bhr, Atlntic Highlnds, hs -consented to continue s secretry-tresurer stte ssocition (or one more yer. The vice presl dents chosen to ssist Brker with hevy responsibilities his fice re Forrest Epstein, Somerset; Mi McDon- id, South Jersey; Al Metz, Union County nd Fred Chrls- tie, Bergen County. All work in stte or gnlztlon Is on voluntry bsis except for trvel expense. Bowling is more thn sport. V lth 60, devotees In this country, lt ls one our gret ntionl businesses. The ctivities bowlers re guld-, ed by Americn Bowling Congress, n orgniztion Fred Ftzler, Mplewood, representtives from purchsed Freehold Rcewy,, sttes pportioned ccording * * to foe number bowlers registered. New Jersey hs t w o trotting estblishment, ln 944. stte s - lone pri-mutuel representtives w ho ttend, Immeditely, he Instituted ABS ntionl sessions, Oeorge policy improving plnt Bncrt nd Herb Qrlmsted. for better comfort betting clientele, horses nd driv There lso Is one pid post, In this stte, $7000 per yer Job now held by Bob Lynch, ers. In his erly yers u own Fir Lwn. This position Is ers most money f o r prcticlly tht go-be- such purchses cme out twepiiior mnufcturers bowlers equipment Ftzlers bnk ccount. As tbe : supplies nd bowling lley one-time country plnt strted to show prit It ws poured furnishings nd bowlers nd proprietors bowling Into-expensive Improvements. When shore hlf-m H e r estblishments ln stte. opens Its 957 seson tody, The mn holding post must be snctioned nd his ctlvl costliest project ll, gint ptio next to old one, ties pproved by ABC. will hit customers squre Brker ws president ln eye upon rriving. This : Monmouth County Bowling As- ls only temporry setting, ocltton In 95-52, There however. "Eventully, :»retmc0,bowlers mi\a bowl * ine estblishments In this col -ty, which ite /ound. kept him well occupied ln those dys. His first fice ln bowling orgniztion dtes bck 20 yers to 937 when he w n s nmed secretry former Keyporl Recretion Legue. He held this? post for IB yers, in ltter yers lrgely s mtter ot sentiment. L His first plces. bowling ficil ln county cme ln 940 when he. ws chosen delegte for Keyport bowlers to Monmouth County Bowling Assocition. In 047 he ws chosen fourth vice president county ssocition, n moved up one step ech yer until he wns county president. vwhen his term s hed county bowlers expired, he ws chosen, s.monmouth County delegter to be fourth vice president stte ssocition. Then he moved up ech yer, step-by-step, ln vice presidentil fices designed to give him knowledge work stte ssocition, nd this yer he ws redy to ssume duties ol president. As sccond vice president stte ssocition ^.Brker ws Instrumentl ln 6ringing t h e stte bowling tourney to Kcyport-Mtwn re ln 956. Brker reclls his first con flection with bowling cme when he ws n eight-yer-old schoolboy living ln Crteret, He erned his Junior membership crd ln tlie YMCA ln tht borough by setting up pins on Y bowling lleys. He took Up residence gin ln Keyport yer lter nd ln his school dys ws plnsot-. ter In tbe lleys operted by Stockton Hopkins next to Sw Jersey Centrl Trction - Co, witing room on First st, ner Brod. He remembers himself s one foursome with Skinny Wlling, Oeorge Boyce find Oeorge Hll w h o for period yers proudly gurded ir plnsettlng Jobs. Brker remembers tht Cnpt, Vdln Cul^s, Sod Dlsbrow, Cecil Ackerson, Dick Dwson nd Johnny Vlgne were t h e (continued ln eoventh column) REMEMBER Every Tuesdy from Ito 6 P.M. is HALF PRICE DAY ON ALL RIDES AT BEACH New Stle Bowling Hed Ws Cptin Of Own Tem E l Brker, (center, kneeling), believed he hd reched ncme ol bowline ttinment when his Byview A.A. tem, shown bove, took chmpionship in high verge Keyport Recretion Legue bck In He did not drem he would be president N. J. Stte Bowlinir Associlion in those dys.. - > The tem tht Brker cpllned to chmpionship (left to right): Kneeling: Buster Bockus. Brker, Hrry Rushworth; stnding:-john Milo, Chrles Koenig, Andy Sklslk, Bill Godwin. Freehold Trck Opening Tody po&lbly next yer, It v/ttl be converted into clubhouse three stories high to level grndstnd struoture," sys Generl Mnger Chrles Dvenport, In next breth, Dvenport sys, "These plns future should knock to smireens ruinor.j prevlent during winter tht trck ws for sole." Coi,tlr,;iln[ji~Dvonf>oi;t «l>l. There will be no stopping ln Improvements. It ls. wish mngement somedy to hve plnt tht for I t s size will be rted most modern ln world. In pst, Freehold hs ttrcted ttention by Instlltion n lr-condltloner, which c n be turned into heting system on nippy dy, in t h e grndstnd, n -wer rceble trck, sound system cosily udlbitfth-ny prt t h e betting re; enlrged prking fcilities, new pddock, conversion old cgellke re into bnk-type betting booths totling nerly 00; brick veneorlng t h e front building nd mny or Innovtions, Until n expert ws clled ln to produce trck rceble ln worst kind wer, mny progrms were postponed becuse rinstorms. T w o yers go not single postponement ws necessry despite severl storms hurrl- cno proportions, Mny b I g ovls, Including Yonkers nd Roosovelt Rcewys, followed Freehold by instlling t h e sme lcing surfce whloh mkes for smoor nd esier footing by pcers nd trotters on roughtcbt wet dys. Freehold will benefit by being lone dytime prl-mutucl plnt ln opertion ln metropolitn re for some three weeks. The New York City flts moved to Srtog lst week, nd Monmouth closed yesterdy. Lst yer pproximtely 40,000 persons poured through turnstiles nd wgorlng pssed >8, 500,000 mrk, nn ll-time high. Officils. hopo- tht thoso mrks will be bettered ln 057. Ten rces will be o f f o r e d dlly, strting time t 3 p.m. The only scheduled rest will be tho trditionlly f-dy Tuesdy following Lbor Dy Also, extended 3 ruco crds will be held only twlcc during tho session, tho Sturdy before Lbor Dy nnd Lbor Dy. Tlio seson closes on Columbus Dy, which this yer flls on Sturdy. Four Enlisted Foiir byshoro re young men were enlisted In tho U. S. Nvy during July, It ws reported this week by tho Nvy recruiting sttion In Asbury Pnrk. Those enlisted woro Robert J. Kline, IB, Union Hcch; Robert F, Flnnolly, i l l M JlW l J. Loch, 7, nnd Seek Siling Honors Tbe Mlwn«K e y p o r t siling tem Bob Koed, skipper, nd Jck Koed nd Joe Nelner, crew* will be one five siling tems competing t. Monmouth Bot Club, Bed Bnk, f o r tbe right to represent th e New Jersey-to-Ylrginl re In ntionl siling cbn pionshtps to be held t Mrblehed, Mss., in September. The competition ws due to strt yesterdy. Tbe winner will be determined on points In series rces siled in Lightnings over tbe Monmouth Bot Club i Nveslnlc River course. There lso will be rcing event t Keyport Ycht Club over weekend. The North Jersey Ycht Rcing Assooltion is sponsoring midget clss event to be rced in Penguins. Arthur W. Silcox, Keyport, Is ln chrge for N JYRA for this event. *. ;, H u n t in g, F is h in g Hunting nd fishing potentlls on 98,000-cre Whrton Trct locted ln Atlntic, Burlington nd Cmden counties, were described In detil July edition or otllcil publiction Stte Division Fish nd Gme, Deprtment Conservtion nd Economic Development. Chnrlos W. Wright, ssistnt wildlife mnger Division Fish nd Gme, reports thnt wildlife mngement on huge re will eventully Improve fishing nd hunting on mnny ores uplnds nd lkes nd rivers In south Jersey plnelnds s well s Increse present deer herd, New Winner At Old Bridge Aug. 2 A new winner crried t h e checkered flg victory t O ld Bridge Stdium Fridy. Rin curtlled Sundy night progrm t Old Bridge, so rcing took plce only Fridy. Johnny Rocco, 35-yer-old St. Albns, L. I., uto service mnger, drove spectculr rce to win 50-lp Jersey Sweepstkes Fridy t O l d Bridge Stdium, whipping runner-up Dur Howe, Mimi, Fl.; thlrd-plce-flnlsher Lenny Brown. Lmbertville, 2 ors. There ws no winning time due to sixth-lp crckup which sent R o h e Hll, Toms River, nd George Tet, Ozone Prk, L. I., Into fence. They were not hurt but rce ws stopped to remove ir crs. Rocco streked out front ln 8th lop nd led finl 32 circuits but hd little to spre t finish. Long before end. his left front tire begn to wer out, tering to shreds. He wos tempted to drop out, but knowing he ws leding, he persisted while Howe, Brown nd I3on Stumpf, Rldgefleid Prk, ought....some with triple nd scoring on distnce behind. At end he n error. ln Oilers hlf»-slislitljun.(ront--hl9-pur*- ttie-tnntn?rwll:s UrPeto en suers.. nd Hrry Springer, followed Howe, Stumpf nd Bob Mlzhn, Mimi, Fl., won t h e 4*2 for Old Mill nine, by Pete Vens hit, m&de it het rces while BUI Pfister, led y kept sfe through Etontown, took consoltion. The novice rce, usully The box scores two Oilers* lst rps. * run t io lops, ws boosted to key contests:* 2 lps when 2 crs showed Old Mill Diry up. It ws finlly won by Bill Forry. Bclmr, fter led J. Pinto, tt chnged hnds times. Clyton, 3b By virtue ir finish positions, R o o c o, -Howe F nld utl.lb y Devino, ss Brown qulified for second nnul 00-mlle, 200-lp sports- m n-modlfled chmpionship l-ce Aug. 6 t Old Bridge. Three more drivers will mke grde Sundy night. Crystl Recretion Summer Legue Aug. S Club Mimi (2)...,.... Zlto s Mechnics ()...i Csey s (3) Lrry s Brber Shop (0) Tierneys Beverges (2)... Hygrde Recretion ()... Crystl Recretion (2)... Koyport Recretion () Finl Stnding* Tem r Club Mimi... Zlto s Mechnics... Csey s Br... Tierneys Beverge.. Hygrde Foods.. Keyport Recretion Crystl Recretion Individul Ulgh Serle B: Sbo 632 W. Besley 60 C. Brker 63 Individul Averges R. Schmidt Tierney s 77 A. Wlling, sr. Zito s 75 8, Bftbo Cseys 73 C. Brker Mimi 70 E. Zlto Zltos 67 w. Desioy Csey s 67 II. Dovlne Mimi. IQS w. Wlling Lrrys B w L 38 4 ttv m 34 IB K 7 2A Tem Ulgh Gm* Lrry s Csey s Mimi Tem nigh Series Csey s. Lrrys Mimi. Individul Ulgh Gme H, Cnton W. Wlling S. Sbo Middletown Wednesdy. Night Legue July 3 Stndings Tem ww L Tourlne s Tvern McDougls Middletown Lnes Wilson s Plce Diner Mlddlotown Orden Contor Port Monmouth Esso Center No Koyport Pizzeri Vgbonds Results Threo Gnme Winners Port Monmouth Esso over Vgbonds. Wilsons Plce Diner ovor Frirs. Tourlnos Tvorn over Middletown Lncs. Two (Jnmo Winners No. 4 ovor Koyport Pizzeri. McDougls over Mlddlotown Orden Center. 200 Club J. McLr.oiv,,,,,. 23. :: i S i S i j r :. ill Four-Tem Bttle For Stbll Spot With two weeks ~regulr seson ply remining, four* tem bttle for & plyf berth continued to rge ln tbe Mtw&n-Keyport Stbll Legue. Old Mill Diry, Union Bech entry, which ppered to hve been eliminted, cme bck into picture Fridy when y upset one principl rivls, Hollywood Oilers. The Oilers sustined furr dmge to ir hopes Mondy when legue-led* lng Atlntic Tlje Co. smered m, fi-, behind ferings Ted Soltys. The S *& M plyers gretly helped ir cuse by edging third plce Smokey s- Sllver Dollr tem /t KHS field Mondy. It lso brought 8 St 8 Into rnge where y could be knocked out plyfs. - Don Miller, 8 & M, ws plued ginst his oldtime pitching rivl, Ace Buer, formerly with Ei-Moe-Ki, ln this contest. The S & S forces helped mselves to n erly led when George Pelose nd Bill Wlling strted gme by hitting sfely nd both rode home on n error on Chrlie Wllings smsh. -, Anor former El-JJoe-Bli plyer, Westerner Ski, tied it up for S & M ln.third. His double fter Butch Vn- Pelt hd hit sfely nd J o e Mendes wlked brought in two runs. S & M went hed ln next inning. With one out, Steve Kpushy singled George Jcobs wlked, Dick Bolce forced Kpushy, Jcobs going to second from whence he Bcored on Bob Boyces sfe rp. S & M grnered ir wining mrkers ln sixth. Mickey Ngle nd Kpushy singled. Both dvnced to scor~ lng position on wild pitch. Buer tightened down to fn Jcobs nd force Dick Bolce to roll out. But n he wlked Bob Boyce nd Miller, forcing in run nd pssed bll let in nor. S St S mde desperte lst Inning effort.to sve gme. With two out, Dewey Briggs singled nd Tlnk Brber wlked. Pelose crshed o u t double to score both* runners nd put tying rur on seer ond. Jcobs n mde circus ctch on Bill Wllings long drive to left field to sve gme. The Dirymen scored ir triumph to get bck into., plyf rce with rlly ginst Hollywood Oilers in sixth. The Oilers hd nicked Hrry Stringer, pitcher for Union Bech tem, for rup in third on BUcky Wlters, home run. The Dirymen combined hits by Hrry Springer, Joe Pinto, Al Fldutl nd Crmen Devlno for ir three ln sixth. Grover CcJen,drew,..OJJersclose Robinson, 2b Brown, cf Neihrt; rf J. Springer, rf P. Ven,- c H, Springer, p Hollywood OUert Morrell, 9b Wlters, s, J. Bucco, U - Cden, o f Dillon, p Whitehurst, c Redmond, lb T. Bucco, 2b Ory, rf (4) b T ; _ X Score by Innings: Old. Mill Diry Hollywood Oilers B A H U) v. b r h VnPelt, lb 8 Mendes, 2b \ 2 0 Ski, o 8 0 Ngle, 3b 2 Kpushy, s 8 2 Jcobs, If 2 0 R. Bolce, B. Boyce, rf 2 0 Miller, p B A B (4) Tlcketi on file t Mtwn Drct, John i M k t. CUffwood} Uolfmnf. (2) Lurence llrboi. b r One Dy Only b r h Pelose, w 4 2 w. Wlling, lb 4 2 Buer, p C. Wlling, U Phillips, 2b Bouchrd, cf Bhumook, 8b 8 0 Brigge, rf 8 Brber,, Score by Innings: Smokoy s-sllvor D Brownspolnt S ti S x 5 Stndings Tem. Atlntlo Tile Co. Fiber Chemlol Co, bmokoys-sllvcr Dollr Brownspolnt S fc M Burlews Resturnt- Hollywood Olleri G W ip iiw l* - : : Keyport Dukes V? L il LOOKING IT OVER CUFFWOOD RAMS supply first rumble, coming footbll seson. They hve strted prctice lredy on bech, but expect to nro ve shortly to ir new field, grded-f re djoining t h e Cliffwood Little Legue Held. The tem will hve to ply on bre-ground field this yer but s soon s seson Is over, It will be seeded down nd put ln rediness for grss gridiron in 958. J o e Diniz sks those interested in trying out for tem to cll him t Mtwn R between 5 nd 6 p.m. So fr RmB hve Ed Chvin, J m Kube, Joe Sheern, John Gormn, Steve Fcdele, Jim Crey, Chrles Frley, Bruce Robertson, Jim Burlew, K e n Burlevt, nd two brors from lst yers Syrevllle High School eleven, Bob nd K e n Wicklund. Fedeie nd Gormn re ex-mtw&n plyers who recently were honorbly dischrged from rmed services. Fedeie ws one t h e finest runnit bckfield men In Mroon nd Steel history while Gormn ws sturdy gurd.... FREEHOLD RACEWAY opens tody with trodltionl 0-rce crd. It ls necessry to note this for ns lte s lst weekend releses to metropolitn press were reporting chnge to nine rces perily, Likely this ws gurded move ogolnst possibility tht, with so mny horses tht hve beeil yer-ln-nd-yer-out Freehpld performers rcing lor $3000 purses ohfinkers Rcewy, not n dequte number se better performers would return to ir own strnd to support 0-rce progrm. It ls true tht Freehold hd 900 pplictions for 432 stble slteb with severl hundred more horses housed t nerby frms, but old stndbys,, were needed to give trck stnding lt nticiptes. Also nine-rce crd would hve ided mterilly ln hving prize money left over from bndoned 0th rce to step up t h e purses ln tbe or rces. But now Freehold ls bck t 0 rces, purses re to be Incresed nd to Insure t h e qulity horseflesh competing, ll trotters w l hve to meet qulifying time 2:5 nd pcers mrk 2:3, West Kensburg, L.L., Hzlet, Get Trophies Myor Hrry P. Semen mde forml presenttion Sturdy- tit- West- Kensburg Little Legue field - hmpionhip tropliier^ofi^l ed by township recretion commission s nnul trophies, for first nd second plce tems in township s Little Legue. Mnger Chrles Dunning nd Coch Willim Dvis ccepted first plce trophy for We6t Kensburg Fire H U N T B R O S. CIRCUS & W IL D W E S T Auspice* Old Bridie Cmmty Ctr. Thursdy, Aug. 5 Two Shows t P.M. - S P.M. Old Bridge Stdium Route ner Bt. I Cll us - tody for informtion bout PREMIUM GRADI Heting Oil Premium Service t no extr cost HOLLYWOOD SERVICE INC. Mple Plce, Six Corners Keyport - Phone Free I lokup And Delivery G tnlm, SAFETY HEADQUARTERS Co. tem. The tecond plce trophy w«ccepted for Hslet Fire Co. tem by Mnger Tony Infntl nd Coch Dominick Cusno. The presenttion ceremonies were preceded by n llstr gme between tems from estern nd western division township) The boys ll township t e m s n were treted to refreshments by recretion body. Brker, President, (continued from column one) topnotch bowlers for whom he set pins.. Like ll pins boys. Brker took turn t pins in f hours nd hd become regulr bowler by time he entered Nvy ln 00. While sttioned t Guntnmo By Nvl Sttion in Cub, he developed s bowler on lleys he clls world s worse. For nvy personnel re, y hd not been very, well kept up nd Brker recounts tht bll would hop from ridge to rldgc s it went down towrd pins. Bck ln Keyport when t h e Recretion Alleys were being put In by Al Schwrck t Legion home on West Front St. in erly 920s, Brker bowled first with old Lucky Strike tem in Recretion Legue, n put in his o w n tem, Byview A.A,, which won chmpionship one yer In loop tht ws t tht time highest verge bowling orgniztion in t h e county. He hd on his tem such topflight bowlers s Bill CoWn, Bill Kennedy, Hrry Rushworth^ Russ Evns, Bill Godwin, Jim Brown, Butter Buckus nd Andy Sklslk. Brker becme legue scribe in 930, three yers before stte bowling ssocition ws formed. In lter yers legue begn to send its leding tem^to ntionl bowling congress chmpionships nd Brker ccompnied tems to se mtches In such centers bowling ctivity s Chicgo, Detroit; Milwukee nd Fort Wyne. One Brkers min jobs in coming yer will be supervising plcing New Jersey tems lh ABC tournment to be held t Syrcuse next spring. - All sorts odd Jobs hve come Brker s wy s bowling ficil. Once his bowling bll ws set down from cb nd rolled, forgotten, into one Chicgos min thoroughfres where lt remined hzrd to trvel on street until recovered by fellow who deducted lt belonged to some- Tody tbr Sturdy. v - Jerrt-LewU m is Funniest As.. "The Delicte - Delinquent- ^ P lui In color Frontier Womn* Sn. * Aon. nd Tue. Two Science Ilorror Hits! MONSTER O F MONSTERS "20 Million Miles To Erth" Plus Terror From Spce "The 27th Dy" f t & M EX? TO ROUTC 9 I TOLL FLGFOMOGO 55&* I oh o t c d n e c c i p r. i GARDEN STATE fmrkway EXIT027) AT AmBOYS «ROUTC 9. ktoll FREE FROM UNION, on# stying t Hotel M otrison. It cost Brker $0 t&xl fre to go to tbe fellow s horn in suburbs for bll, but Keypopt mn ws thnkful he. got wy without hving to py much more s fine for snrling trffic oh one Chicgos min streets. Agin l Peori,-Brker hd gret dlf* flculty In ressuring ntives In tht city tht mn on Keyport tem,who re- Sembled. n notorious outlw, John Dilling.er, ws- n o t this drf&ded hombre. Everywhere Keyport mn went in Pepri, plces wfcre vcted quickly nd pnic eh* sued. Finlly mn w * seen bowling In ABC tourney, definitely estblishing h«ws not desperdo. When Brker ws county bowling ficil during wr, two bowlers on Long Brnch tem bowling in Red Bnk missed lst bus home nd strted wlking down rilrod trcks from Red Bnk to Long Brnch. Going through Fort Monmouth, gurd grbbed m with ir bowling blls s enemy spies crrying bombs nd threw m into militry kllnk. Brker hd to go to Fort in t h middle night to verify bowling blls were n o t bombs., Brker is succeeding Dr. Pt Andrews, Lnding,,s stte president. Brker reclls with pride tht first m n to fill fice he now holds, John McMnus, lter becme president Americn Bowling Congress.. Phone ,mnisnis JEW* flft/nqlwi II tw m m tm - T im y m r LI....- "FROTHIER WOMAN" PAUGOTE* Of DAVYCtOCKfTT n m KOttOB UVAKIAHH M IL L IO N Z \ M IL K S T O r. ) I A R T H " n u ti w ntjuiuinui W bbc B«RY-vmre nmch 7 IC C t Inm n MIDGET RAILROAD HODftn I NT MUt - mutt Lift m r ) F IR S T P O S T 2 P.M. Doily Ooub/e C/osoi :4 t vracing DAILY--Aug. -0ttr R A IN O R 8 H IN B J V Iv.ry Tfiwrtdo, Ii M ln * D.f s m conomonio cmnmmni>\, Admiiiion,.TV "V $.20 [Reserved Box SeohTOl.i (Ten he.) No i/ncfcr 69* ^ W(tf* ( *m ^Trffic Qlrrfo, Junction ef tvt ^ J fmbholdi N. J.y Boro Bum* Direct to Tuck; U. S ^ H m r U Uke 2:5; U m Brnch, 2nd An. A So.ltfffy *35. f l 2:37,605Bw»y 2:40; Rid Tody Tomorrow Stordy Aug. M -lt Continoonji Stordy Strting :45 P.M. J E R R Y LEWIS T tfeftyw B iii. DELINQUENT U A R t t N M C6 A\//N M A IZ J H A H Y E R. Plui Selected Short Bubjecl. Bundy Mondy - Tuesdy An*. >U-U Continuous Sundy Strting :4 P.M. 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9 Legue Title Gmes At Mtwn; Angels, U.B., Advnce Finl round gmes for Hern, 6moke&tef pitcher, until tbe fifth. In tbt l i i n e, Monmouth counly Little Legue chmpionship will be held Hourhn nd Trembley blsted out home runs to sew up t Mtwn Little Legue field, this yer,. Mike Eovino, hed tlie bll gme. Etontown s ol Mtwn Little Legue run cme ln sixth when orgniztion, nnounced Mondy. The dteb {or li-im but Smoketers were too Trembley struck wild strek, portnt gmes re Aug. 9, 2 fr behind for lt to men nything.! nd 24. The Mtwn e d -ws chosen, ccording to Eo- Both Union Bech nd Cliff- Ylno, becuse it is neutrl wood were elted to continue field, no Mtwn tem being ir series on Etontown involved in title series, nd nd Belford fields respectively becuse its excellent fclli- lst night, n to Ply third ties. gme, if needed, on ir own Two byshore tems, t h e fields tomorrow. Union Bech Llon nd t h e Cllffwood Angels, mde p r o- CTeu towrd desired pr : tlclp&tlon ln finl round gmes during pst week. A Uilrd, West Kensburg BireCo, nine, ws eliminted by. Monmouth Bech Youth Council. A win for Monmouth Bech tem on tbelr own,field July 3 by 9-3 eeore ic ddition to ir prior 4-triumph t West Kensburg ended hopes, Rritn Township entry. Union Bech Lions cme bcx from depths. They bd lost ir opening tourney gme to Leonrdo Flyers. A lst-lnning despertion rlly. on ir own field July 3., evened series nd n Fridy y won decisive gme, 2-0. Tlie Bechers moved into tbe second round ply successfully Mondy, topping Etontown Smoketers, 6- t Cottge Prk held ln first--three-gmes series. The Cllffwood Angels, fvored (or tbe title, woe ir opening second round gme by blnk lug (lie Belford Blues, 2-0. Mnger Ben GulBtl pulled. hidden sset out me bg ln sme Mondy t Cllffwood field. It ws Whltey Btson ln pitching role. A sprkling doublfc ply got Btson out trouble first few minutes gme nd fter tht he ws invincible. Be wlked first mn to fce him nd second one hit sfely. But Bud Foulkes, third up lor Bellord, grounded to Bill Collins t, third: Collins touched Uie bg nd threw to second for t h e force. Therefter. Btson w never in rel trouble until lst inning when nor shrp frrcecf ply t third with two Abord pulled him out..j) Cliff wpod won gme ln Becond. Hits by Lefty Szyerto,. John Howrd nd John Heudol brought in one run, n n error nd wlk. forced ln nor. But Collins e k id out to end thret worse things for Belford. Cllff- wood hd or chnces but frittered m wy. jkbifr XJQioiv B< oh. Lioqj_rode ioverbtohfown-- on.tlfc combined pitching efforts f Dn Hourhn nd Bli Tfembley. Their mtes gve Union Bech Lions scored ir two gmes on fets Billy Trembley nd Dnny Hourhn. The Lions triled 4-2 going Into tbe lst inning ot second gme. Their two runs hd been produced in third inning, *when Trembiey bd hit home run with Wlsh on bse. Gene Supteoski hd tripled wltb Pul Uerker, Leonrdo pitcher, on bse to bring in two Flyer runs in fourth. The two hit sfely gin in fifth with Flyer runners in scoring position to mke score 4-2 in Flyers fvor in gme t Cottge Prk lield. In finl inning, two hits nd wlk filled bses for Union Bech with none o u t. Merker wlked Tom Wlsh to force in run but he still hd run on which to work. He mtfde Hourhn. most fered t{ie Lions btters pop up, so things looked better for him But Trembley uncorked his second home run tbe dy, bses-loded blst, to win gme he hd pitched. Hourhn ws pitcher ginst Merker t Leonrdo field Fridy. Both pitchers did phenomenl job ln tht not & bse on blls ws issued on eir side In this decisive 2-0 win for Lions. Moose Kengetter s double with m&n bord brought ln run f o r Union Bech in third. Kengetter singled with mn on nd two out in fifth for second Becher run, po he shres honors with Hourhn nd Trembley for Lions fets. Merker fnned remrkble number 6 btters in slx-lnnlng gme in o 8 I n g cuse. Hourhn sent Leonrdo btters to bench vi. strikeout route., West Kensburg Fire Co tem hertened ir supporters ln gme t Monmouth Bech when hits by Bob Wor den nd Oeorge Tucker brought in two runs with two outs. But triple by Tom Nichols with mn bord tied it u p. right Inwy-Jor MoijpBDuth Beuctt> m ok/rnkt?*w D lorir blbw With^men oh in thfe second to put home side hed. Then in fourth Monmouth Bech btters teed _ thim i>-ttrn-titrrl"ifff~iir UTe ""Bt ftt T6ni W l^ s tr i ple.pro- ferings " West Vidig B0\j*cev Tbey could hurler John Bzleckl to do;nothing." more,, with- I k e Issue* bll Blue Jys Second Yer In Mtwn Little Legue The Bine Jys* trouble this seson ws with ir home town rivls, Mtwn Terriers nd Tigers. They were successful in opposing Keyport tems, but when y suckcrt up ginst ir home town foes, something lwys went wrong for m. They hvo few scores io settle in-958. The Jys squd in ir second yer (left to right): Kneeling. Ronnie Tremper* Corey Set cel, Robert Brown, Bobert Brrett, Tommy Ncclo, Jerry Kltet, Andy Bulinskl, Butchle Ky. Stnding, Ron Johnson, coch, Allen McThene, Ross M&ghn, Bolnd l*errlne, George Morrell, Robert Coos, Jck nuser. Herb Ster, mnger. L I T T L E L E A G U E B O X S C O R E S Union Bech Lions (5) DeCpu, 2b b r h Ruby, 3b Kengetter, cf l i Wlsh, lb > Hourhn, c, p t l Trembley, p, o S Beutel, 3b... > o o Ollmrtln, M s 0 0 Sterling, if o o Petlto, if J 0 0 > 8 Etomlorn w b lt n ) b r h Mnliei, 3b 0 Mngo, ss I. Bern, p S O 0 Robinson, Sb i o Coote, cf 0 0 Wever, c R. Bem, If t 0 Lovelce, rt o o Alexnder, rf - t o o Busmeyet; lb o o 5 i o l (*) b r h Plzzi, rf Smith, ss W. Collins, Sb - o o Flynn, cf i s o 0 Szyrto, lf>. Btson, p Howrd, lb ^ - ii Mendol, o 2 0 Amot, 2b.., o j u 4 I! l o o Rttby. Sb (>eflw. Bottlnski, lfl 0>0 J. Collins, If Hcker, p, e ^ 3 o TOlUKHi U rt. B T" " T l Kensburg WSonV lb " - -Tons settle White, 3b, c gme. Pelose, cf Kengetter, cf Wlsh, > Hourhn,p Trembley. e Beutel, 2b llmrtin, rf Sterling, If Petite; rf Leonrdo Flyers Bennett, rt Crver, 2b Merker, p. Suplenskl, V. Suplenskl. McCooey, 3b Connelly, ct. Bndell, lb Hrding, If. Kols, U Kengetter, Wlsh, lb Hourhn. e. Trembler; p Beutel, «. onmrtln;2b swntni! ir it- Smsel, rf Petlto, rf ~ Leonrdo Flyers (4) I :..... k b r Bennett, rf.2 tsllo, 3b ombert o orden cf. Tucker lb Tucker If Co. (I) b r h I -* Monmetk Bech (I) - b t h Us SB» J J Kmpf rt, Ferruglrolb Behrens c... Slen Jones.tt, t. m* / JO* fi-ct vl> -^;r Rms Defeted By Cliffwood Royls * Cllffwood Royls gined 2- dvntge over Mtwn Rms In ir nnul series when y turned bck ir rch rivls, 8-5, gme plyed t Cllffwood Avo. field. Tho, Kftms t i) p e d Erl Gumbs, lioyls pitcher, for n erly leij, Dve Jones wlked os tlie Mtwn tem cme to bt ln tlie second, Bill Nel forced him t second, b u t cme round to score when Dn Prrishs hot grounder got wy from Frnk Wsh ington. Cliflwood shortstop. The Royls cme right bck tn tlie thtrd to pummel Blue Boy Cross, on tlie mound for Mtwnn. Ted Bethune,. Sm Oumbs. Crl Stephen nd Dollle 8ms ll hit sfely in row, to coro one run nd le\e tlie bses loded. Wshington pop. ped up, but E rl Oumbs slm med out double to bring ln three more runs. Oeorge Oumbs [nncd. Frnk Cross n singled shrply nd Erl Oumbs rode homo wllh t li o tittii run ot tlio inning. T h e Royls costed long Comfortbly, refter, picking up nothor run on n error In fourth nd two in tlio seventh on hits, by Erl nd Oeorge Oumbs nd Frnk Cross. In Uie lst hlf ninth, with his.tem leding 8-2, Mnger Chris Oumbs, tlie Royls, clered tlie bench, It lmost brought disster s errors by subs tilled t h e bses nd Blue Boy Cross chsed m borne with» triple, Bri Oumbs bore down to retire ide before more dmge ws done, On Bundy Uie Royls ply Jersey City Crdinls return gme, n on Aug. # y trvel to Lwnslde to engge Phildelphi Monrchs Ċllffwood Royls (» b r S, Oumbs, 3b * Stephens, ib * j,..bchmik,-!b--- Sims, M> J F. Wshington, s* *. Oumbs, p 4 O, Oumbs, T. Cross, «V Mltter. rf.» OuUirldge, If Bethune, If, e 4 Clx, c.. 0 Hmilton, If v 0 Mhw Duokenfleld, K S. PnW h, M> Felix, 2b C, Cross, p Jones, lb---- Nel, c D. Prrish, 3b O, Wnthlngtou, sj R, Jckson, s C. Wthlngton, rf SB t D Score by Innings: Clllfwood Royls &--0 Mutuwun Rms First 500*Milo Rce Slted At Trenton Tlie first nnul Trenton COO, 500-mlle rce f o r 055, 056 nd B57 Americn sedns nd convertibles, will lie presented on hlf-million dollr Trenton IntorntvUon l Speedwy 0 Mondy fternoon, Sept. 2. Drivers from ll prts Ihe country will compete for tlio record (20,000 purse ginst percentge gto receipts with tlio posslblity tho lrgest o h purse in lte model uto rcing history being relized, promotionl Mngor 6m Nunls stted. Speeds 00 miles por hour will be recorded In Uie mr- Uioti. experts predict. Qulifying tlmo trils to estblish strting positions for tlie Lbor Dy clslo will be conducted Sundy, Sept., from to ( p.m. All crs entered will be qulified tht dy. W ini Blue Ribbon Pul Ilrlsler, son bf Mr. nd Mrs. John O. tlrtzler Bedle Rd.,. Rritn Township, won blue ribbon for horse S nhip in his ge group t e nnul Monmouth County 4-H Fir held t Freehold t t l E S j! MATAWAN JOURNAt: Aug. 8, 057 Pge Nine * Rncewy. Pul, student Keyport Ulgh Bchool, Is member ot tlio Rough Riders 4-rt Club nt Clrksville. If you need printing ny kind, wo rp here to servo you. Our quick scrvlce ond resonble prlcos will plese you. BOTTLED GAS You Get Clen, Qulk Het For Cooking Prompt, Efficient Service KEYPORT GAS CO. Affilite KEYPORT LUMBER 4 SUPPI.Y CO. ( MnlnwftP - S.., ( M l w..m l. ^ * Now Open Ace Ungeri The Fbulous N IT E - O W L S M U S I C S P O T Muilcl Instrument! New Arid U ltd - Leuoni On All Initrumenti. Sheet Muile,, Populr And Rock And Roll Cll KEyport ller 6 P.M. ; E. f r o n l S t. O p u ** *! ( V.M. K iy p o r t $ E v e r y t h in g M u s t G o! We Are Moving To to W. Front St. Keyport OUR LOSS IS YOUR GAIN ;*I It is Cheper for Us to Sell t se Ultr-Senstionl Prices thn to Move Merchndise. Furniture Svings Up to 80% f Come In And See Amzing Vlues In Living Room - Bedroom - Dinettes - Bedding - Hollywood Hedbords - Bunk Beds - Step Stools Ilid--Wy Beds - S Beds - Lmps - Tbles - Rockers - Linoleum Rugs - Crpeting - 3 Pc. Sectionls - And Hundreds Or Items. FIRST COME - FIR ST SERVED C u rtis S l e s Co Csh Or Budget 6 0 E. F r o n t S t. The Discount Furniture Store ) i Csh or Budgot K E y p o r t Tb* tot* Wl M W h ich w go n fo r y o u? Wliile we celebrte Fords 29 yers sttion wogoe Utkrshlp*, you get hlghnt tnmh-k llownce nd best del ef Mson on our new kind Ford wgon Cef top trde during Thirtf 29 yrt oid Imiruhlp Imvf m In grurtoin /ikkhi, So lijlit noty Wf j»«l llir lk»t drl i)i^ wiuon. Aiwl if you Iiuve * ut^on.., wc fvm fiinlui to IlliVl iu<lct ; Amtiiid t iiikkiiii kjirtjipri luvf put Foul hi finl p «<r. Ami Vitldy, our rvriy urtfftv K^uotii yntt on ioj i* * FomI. 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10 . THE MATAWAN JOURNAL Fro Ten Aug. 8, 957 ^Sliiiths Celebrte 33rd Anniversry " Mr. nd Mrs. Mrtin sm ith, sr., Morgnvllie.. enterttned on Sundy fternoon to celebrte ir 33rd wedding nnlversry. Those present were Mr: nd Mrs. Prnk Smith nd s o n s John nd Frnk, Newr.k; ; Mr. nd Mrs. Mrtin Smith, - jr. nd children, Mrtin III, Brbr Lynn,-nd.. Christine Anne; Miss Elizbeth. Owens; ; Mr. nd Mrs. Donld Miller nd sons. Donld nd Thom s; Mr. nd Mrs. Robert Owens nd children, Vivien ;. nd Bobby; Mr. nnd Mrs- John iwllson, Jr.; Mr. rid Mrs. Al : bert.tber, nd children, Frri- > Ves. Ptrici, Kenneth; Mr. nd Mrs.-Robert Fitts nd son, Bobby; Mr. nd Mrs. Wil- m Thomson; *Mr. nd Mrs. Chrles Plosky, ll Mor gnvllle.. j Also Mr. nd Mrs. Thoms Smith nd. son, Willie, Mr. nd r Mrs. John Smith nd! c h - dren, Richrd, Rbnld, n.d Nncy,. Fred Smith, Keyport;. Mr. nd Mrs. John Wilson, sr., nd son, Lrry, Est Freehold;. Mr. nd \Mrs. Hr-. old Krmer, Freneu;. Mr. nd Mrs. Richrd Cottrell m d chil- dren, Muriel, Robert * Gene, * Spotswood; Judy Mc Grth, Roselnd; Dvid Serrio, Eliebeth.L - Musculr Dystrophy Given $25 Dontion > i. ~,. ^ T h e Electronic Assocites club Lions Brnch donted $25 to id ln fight ginst [musculr dystrophy. The dontion ws nnounced July 30 by Mrs. Sm Bchreger, -executive secretry t h e Monmouth County Chpter, Musculr Dystrophy. Assocition Americ, t chpters executive-bord meeting held t her. home, - v President John A. Richrdson reported tht cnisters will be plced t vntge points throughout Long Brnch this month 6y committee heded by Merrick 8, T bbetts. Jr., West Long Brnch. Cnisters were plced In most or resort towns during July ;nd re to be removed-follow Ing Lbor Dy. * : John. J. Nery, executive secretry tor North J e r B e y. spoke ot dvntges ot ft telephone recruitment cm. plgn nd nnounced tht Oov. Robert B. Meyner h ccepted stte chirmnship nnul Musculr Dystrophy Appel In November. Mrs. Emm Formn Dies At Her Home Mrs. Em m Formn, 60, died Tuesdy, Aug. 6, 957, t home h e r dughter, Mrs. John Q r d n e r, Church St., Mtwn, where she hd lived for three yers. Her husbnd -ws th e lte Elijh Formn. She ws member Wlcker Memoril Bptist Church, MorgnyilleV j " Funerl services r e being held t 0.m. this morning t t h e Bedle Funerl Home, Mtwn. with Rev. M. T. Austin, -pstor Wicker Bptist Church, ficiting. Interment li ln Midwy Oreen Cemetery, Mtwn.. Your, dvertisement In, this pper will rech prospective purchsers ln every community In byshore re Yer-Old Elephnt Triner Worlds yonngest elephnt triner, 2-yer*cld Mrsh Hunt, will put her pet elephnt, Rhnee, through his pces when Hunt Brors Circus nd Wild West Show ppers Aug. 5 t tho Old Bridge Stdium, Route 8, ner. Route 9, under uspices Old Bridge Community Center., Rhneo Is one Hunt * fmous television elephnts. Miss Hunt ls dughter circus mnger Hrry T. Hunt. The tented circus, which ws pronounced "ded" by showbuslness experts lst yer, not only hs bounced bck s lively s ever, b u t hs brought bck nor supposedly decesed form outdoor show.. Hunt Brors Circus, which will pper Thursdy t Old Bridge Stdium on Route IB hs for first time ln two decdes, revived old fshioned, Bufflo Blll-style Wild West Show, The big show will pper under uspices Old Bridge Community Center. Brightly-grbed cowboys nd pert cowgirls with ir more thn 50 horses nd ponies fill red, white nd blue big top with- cts tht hve not been seen under cnv,s since Miller Bror 0 Rnch Show folded Its tents ln 930s. In fct; ccording to Don model home; Seventh St. nd McLennn, Cliforni rodeo Engllshtown Rd.; South rider who brought Wild Old Bridge Fire House; t h e Wet est for Hunts, this tct hd disrupted his ft e t somowhnt erlier In seson. The horses were used to working In open, nd ll tills cnvs nd crowds mde m nervous," he sid. But now, fter severl months trouplng, y re used to big top." McLennn, tn, \ n n e mn, nd n gile trick rider nd roper, lso hndles picturesque Indin Pony routine. The Wild West revivl ws orgnized by Hrry T. Hunt, generl mnger his fmily s" circus. He sys Ide ws Inspired by."- current flurry "dult westerns on television nd "ln mov les." But, he dded, show Honored By Hercules Among employees ol t h e Hercules Powder Co., Prlin, recently honored for service were Krl Herzlg nd Aloyslus P. Mtyslk, both O l d Bridge, 5 yers, nd Lloyd J, A p e, West Kensburg, 0 yers., Help Wnted" ds ln this pper tell you bout good Jobs open. D o n t n n i s s t h i s V.^ e ^ f e t u r e v l u e _ j ugust SALE- 3 -T S U P E R - C U S H I O N by Tire vlue nnmtchcd t $ I 35 III* flit R trfeli nd, ChftVTtUl, Pfymivlh, Ntih ftfld >lvd*b«k«r, fl»* In mj «cw«ku Tin i * * P i t MO AM K iri, Nth. Oldi, Mmwry. r«ntl. fin Tn $95 $ rock-bettom price Wf# m o il P/ymouf/is, fordt, Chevrolet!, Hudtortt, Nsht, ond Studebktr, M M I M O fll MIDI OH ooooruit TIMS THAN ON ANT OTHER KINDI Colots Service Sttion Min S t nd New Brunswick Ave. Mtwn >0B82, hs not ignored trditionl circus cts. The. three rings re filled with such cts s Cpt. Dvid Hoovers Lions; Mirim Frnce, erlllst; Bob Johnson, who stnds on o n e finger; Hunt s Television Elephnts nd three ring Liberty horse disply.. Or cts. with tbe big show Include Lundsford nd Blxier fmilies W d West. fme; Wyne, Phyllis nd Mrge Newmen, brebck riders; Lois Hoover, tight wire rtist nd Oeorge Brton nd his; high school horses. Michel Stts, circus committee chirmn for Community Center, sid bus service will be provided from points throughout M d s o n Township to mtinee show.. Buses will pick up circus goers t Old Bridge Grdens Willis Bchool nd South- \vood Bchool ln Old Bridge; ttl- so Mdison Prk Bchool, Syre-Woods Shopping Center; th Cheesequke Fire House n<t Browntown School; John s Mrket, Cliffwood Bech nd Lurence Hrbor Fire House. Buses l- ]Morgnville Cufts End Bll Seson, The Morgnville Cub Scouts hve completed ir stbll seson with exception Monmouth County All-Str gme to be plyed on Sundy fternoon,. Aug, 8, in L o n g Brnch, Morgnville will be represented on tem by George Phesnt, Thoms Kocovsky nd Eugene Gll. The W.S.C.S. t h e Morgnvllle Methodist Church held ir nnul hrvest home supper Thursdy night in church bsement. Mrs. Myles Rder, president, reported tht lt ws successful finncilly. The group will continue sle Christms crds, which strted t t h e 6upper, to py for new cfee percoltors recently purchsed, " Mr. nd Mrs. Joseph Spurgt nd children, Dorothy nd Crl Joseph, hve returned home from. vontlon-spent on Cpe Cod, Mss.. Mr. nd Mrs. Dougls A l t nd children, Dougls, Jck, Ted nd Toni, re on threeweek cmping trip to Settle, Wsh.... The Mrlboro Township frm tem Little Legue hs completed Its seson for this yer. Mrs. Fred Ludemnn children, Steven, Wyne nd K n r e n, re spending t h e month August t Rngeley Lkes; Me. Mr. Ludemnn will join m for his vction. Suznne Sweeney, dughter Mr. nd Mrs. Wlter Sweeney, ls spending t w o weeks t Cmp Breezewood, ner Blnlrstown. Quests t Flrvlew Frm home Mr. nd Mrs..Thom- Antlsell, Plesnt Vlley Rd., re Mr. nd Mrs; Chester Wlters nd fmily; Pittsburgh; P. - Fred Mrz, Plesnt Vlley Rd,, gin is ptient in Hzrd Memoril Hospitl, Long Brnch.. Mrs; Doro Evns h s returned to home her son, Lt, Col. John Evns nd fmily, Est Ornge, fter spending week s guest t home o f : Mr. nd Mrs. Mrcellus Quckenbush. Mrs. Willim B. Clyton,. Orden City, L, I., ws weekend visitor t Quokenbush home, Mrs. Edwrd Conover, formerly Shrewsbury, recently pf Melbourne, Fl., lso ws Sundy guest, Members Morgnville Independent Volunteer Fire Co. nd Its Ldles Auxiliry prticipted ln prde t Budd Luke on Sturdy;. The firemen were wrded trophy for trveling longest distnce. *5* Mr. ond Mrs. Wlter Sweenr ey nd Mr. nd Mrs. Thoms Antlsell ttended performso will mke return runs long tlm lln ee iuut»rherhhe-mt4-no8-.or,^aeound4h8swrituln.l. inee. The second show will begin t 8 p.m. Eighty Dys" in Asbury Prk, Thursdy evening. Advnce ticket sle fices Miss Judy Mrz, dughter hve been opened t Al Mr. nd Mrs. Mrtin Mrz, Frn s, Min St., Syrevllle; ls spending week t t h e Zll s Sttionery, Brodwy home Mr. nd Mrs, D o n nd Dvid St., South Amboy; Hfmn s Drugs, Lurence Hrbor; Johns Mrket, Cllffwood Bech, nd Mtwn Drugs, Mtwn. Dillon Serving In Fighter Squdron Airmn Second Clss Jmes A, Dillon, 20, son Mrs, Jmes A. Dillon, 9 West Concourse, Cllffwood Beoh, ls serving s Jet mechnic with 52th Fighter Interceptor Squdron, Royl A r Force Sttion, Bentwters, Eng., recently selected s most outstnding fighter interceptor squdron ln i r force. T h e 52th received t h e "Hughes Trophy Achievemont Awrd, presented nnully to squdron picked s best by Air Force. E. r I e «were Judged on ll. round performnce nd combt rediness. The squdron ls holder severl USAFE rocket records nd USAFE r o o k o t record for totl hits. Its members were honored t bnquet held ln Wshington, D. C. on July 29. Airmn Dillon ttended Mtnwn High School, Former Resident Dies Word lis been received deth on Fridy, July 0, 057, Mrs, A. It 0 h c t Thompson, Temple City, Clif former resident Mtnwn Mrs. Thompson wns mor Clyde, Alln nnd Peggy Thompson. Furnished prtment signs for snle t this fleo. Brnes, Colonl. Mr. nd Mrs. Thoms Kocovsky recently ttended bech prty nd brbecue t. home Mr. nd Mrs, Steven Hyden, Bechwood. The Methodist Youth Fellowship jmet in Morgnville Methodist. Church bsement July -3 with ir - dvisor, Mrs, Joseph Klrcher.. : Mr. nd Mrs, Joseph Lnznro, sr., recently ttended performnce t Neptune Music Circus nnd sw "Plin nd Fncy. Those who r e enjoying n vction from Engineering Precision Csting, Mrlboro Township, re Mr. nd Mrs. John Mselln, Mrs. Esr Miller, Clifford Relchenberger Mrs. Lllllnn Bennett, Mrs. Florence Eckel, Mrs. Norm Ott, Rnlph Ronson, Frnk Simmons, Joseph Stlgtls, nd Eddie Smith. Mrs, Leon LMur, Mr. nnd Mrs. Richrd LMur nd son, Richrd, nd Mrs. Ell Sherlock re enjoying Weekend t Pocono Mountins, P. Mrs. w. Rlnglelb ls spend Ing few dys visiting h e r son-in-lw nnd dughter,. Mr. nd Mrs. John Sweeney fmily, Texs Rd. Mr. n n d Mrs. Chrles Plosky, Ml-, nnd Mrs. Albert Tuber visited friends In Wildwood Inst week. The employees o! Lnvole Lbortories re enjoying vncntlon. A- new potto crcker Is nvnllnble ln rctnll stores. This crisp potnto-flnvored crncker ls mnde wltli potnto flour ns well s with whet flour. Its less likely to brek tlinn potto chips when dipped Into cheese or or spreds. PROTECT AND BEAUTIFY NOW FREE GALLON OFFER SAVE HUGE PROFITS ON FINE FAINT "WORLDS LARGEST OPERATION OF ITS KINO" Freteit This Coupon ot A«y MARY CARTER PAINT BRANCH And Receive «Fr»e C*n Pilnt Wilh Ech One Purchid. RIIY GET 2 BUY B GET 0 MARY CARTER PAINT FACTORIES Rout!»*, i i < MllM Mii» flo. Ho. Of M.uw.n, l*h«nb Mt. l*mi IBt Now nruoiwlch Avo., Perth Amboy Most Cttle Included In Brucellosis Control Only 848 cttle remin In Ne*-» Jersey which re not included in progrm for rucellosis control conduced by Stte nd Federl Deprtments Agriculture. Currently, 7889 herds, comprising 84,479 cttle, re under supervision tor control this disese, once primry Importnce to sttes diry Industry. Five yers go, only 529 herds, totlling 3,325 n- lmjs, were enrolled ln t h e progrm. Dr. R. A. Hendershott, chief Stte Deprtments Division Animl Industry, reports tht Intensified progrm hs been highly effective. He nticiptes tht New Jersey dirymen will hve little difficulty in meeting t h e Stte Bord Helth requirement, effective Apr. l. tht ll milk sold or used ln New Jersey must be produced by brucellosis-free herds. Domestic Employees SS Booklet Now Avilble Good News for Household Workers," new booklet for domestic employees In privte households Just hs been mde vilble by Socil Security Administrtion, lt ws nnounced tody by. Alln A. Bss, district mnger for this re. This 6-pge booklet Is designed, to Inform cooks, mids, lundresses, nd ot domestic workers bout Federl oldge, strvlvors, nd disbility insurnce benefits. A free copy Good News for. Household Workers or informtion bout socil security cn be obtined without cost t socil security district fice, 33 Stte Perth Amboy. St., Clude Brideu Honored At Prty Mr. nd Mrs. Clude Brideu, 24 Elizbeth St., Keyport, entertined Sundy fternoon ln honor tbelr son, Clude, who ws celebrting his 0th birthdy. A birthdy cke ws tble centerpiece. The Rggedy Ann nd Andy me ws crried out ln or decortions. v Guests were Bobby Hrtmn, Dvid Neldermn, Dvid nd Donld Rueble, Jimmie Ross, Billy Underwood, R y Grhm, Willim Bishop, Thoms Fllon, Stephen nd Jerry Gnz, Stephen Hnsen, E. Dlton Grhm, in, Mrsh Wllce, Sue Rthbun, Jn Prger, Mry Beth Grhm, Mry Chinery, Olive Huguenin, Chris Buhler, ll Keyport. Also Jill Kpln, Rumson; Mrs. Alfred Eckmn, Mr. nd Mrs. Eugene Underwood, Mr. nd Mrs. E. Dlton Grhm, jr., Mrs. Vincent Applegte, Keyport; Mrs. Rphel Grhm, Lurence Hrbor; Mrs. Kpln, Rumson; Gifts were sent by Mrk nd Stephen Gle, Mrs. Elizbeth Shelton, Miss Mry Wlsh, Mrs. Mrin Kllet, nd Miss Betsy Jne Kllet. Firemens Awrds South Old Bridge Fire Co. ws wrded prize for most men ln line nd erly birds; Clrksburg Fire Co., trveled most distnce; Freneu Fire Co., oldest truck, nd President Prk Fire Co., most.uxiliry members t firemens night, held t Morgnville Volunteer Fire Co. fir grounds, Thursdy night. The Morgnville Fire Compny wishes to thnk ll who helped mke fir success. SAND GRAVEL You on dpnd on Houdllle for full - weight nd «x«t grd* you ik for.... nd hv* It delivered on time. To help you.. j. : ^ build better... economiclly HOUDAILLI serves frem 28 LOCATIONS fo r e SAN D e O R A V B. READY-MIX C O N C K Ifl., C R U th B tt O N I! BITUMINOUS C O N C R E tl,...-v- enmn*. Lkewood Unit - Lkewood C O N S T R U C T IO N M A TER IA LS, IN C. (HoudciiU it prcncunc4i ffhc-dyt). - MAIN OFFICES: 0 Pork Plce, Morristown, N. J. NUMBER ONE IN CROSS-COUNTRY ECONOMYTEST -CHEVROLETI Migrnt Lborer Died Of Nturl Cuses A Puertc Ricn migrnt worker, whose body ws found Sundy ner Dercrest Rd., Crwford? ~ Corner, Holmdel Township, pprently died nturl cuses, it ws reported by Dr. H rbert Kr.pp. cting Monmouth County physicin. The body Domingo DeJesus Cceres Monmouth County Frm Lbor Cm., Holmdel, ws found by Stnley Stillwell, former township mgistrte, s he ws looking over new housing development ln re which be is constructing. He notified t h e stte police, nnd Stte Trooper Rodger Mrtin investigted. Funerl services will be held t 8:30.m. this morning t Dy Funerl Home, Keyport. At 9 n.m. high requiem mss will be celebrted by Rev. C. J. Kne, t St. Josephs Church, Keyport. Interment will be ln St. Josephs Ceme tery, Keyport. If you need printing ny kind, we re here to serve you. Our quick service nd resonble prices will plese you. Smll Chnge" Rooms Opened By Prkwy Bbies re getting specil ttention nd fcilities on. Grden Stnte Prkwy. Chirmn Kthrine E. White New Jersey Highwy Authority r. ently nnounced tht smll chnge room h s been opened t ech, four Prkwy resturnts operted by Wlter Rede, Inc;,, to provide free diper service. for infnts. - : Commissioner White sid Wlter Rede firm instituted service, believed to be first its kind on ny toll roud in ntion, in Interest ctering to bby s needs. A free kit" contining tby oil, bby powder nd «disposble diper goes with specil ccommodtions. Crd Thnks The fmily lte Hrry E. Clyton wish to thnk il ir friends nd neighbors for ir mny kindnesses during. ir recent berevement, especllly Rev. E. P. Spencer nd H u s e Funerl Home, Engllshtown. Trvelers Cheques Need C r r y in g v c tio n fu n d s.in th e fo r m, o i T r v e le rs C h e q u e s is c o n v e n ie n t Bfe. Y o u. m k e s u re th t n o s u b s t n ti l m o n e y lo ss c n m r th e p le s u r e o i y o u r v c tio n. 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11 Two Run Crs Off Rod In Township -Two men rn crs f t h e rod in Mtwn Township in tbe erly morning hours Sturdy. One driver mirculously escped injury when cr be ws driving dropped into gully f Route 34. The or driver required medicl ttention. Joseph E. Denker. 30. Belford, ws driver hurt. He fn up on lwn ol residence Berth Lne, 24 Church St., doing $75 dmge to lwn, trees nd flowers. He ws tken by Mtwn Township First Aid Squd to Keyport physicin f o r tretment chest injuries. This occurred t 3.m. Dewey T. Anderson, 7, 83 Min St., Mtwn, w s more fortunte driver. He ws ble to scrmble up bnk fter cr he ws driving dropped into gully south Woodbrook Dr. on Route 34. Tbe cr ws totl wreck, ccording to Ptrolmn Frncis Cherney, Mtwn Township, Police. The driver ws found wndering on t h e rodwy t 4:5.m. The cr Mr. Anderson ws driving ws owned by Mry Qrber, Route 8, Browntown. She bd hd It t grge ln Cheesequke where Mr. Anderson works, ccording to Cpt. J. Edgr Wilkinson, nd hd consented tht lt T e m ln re oyer, Fridy night. Township police now seek to determine/ if Mr. Anderson were uthorized to use tbe vehicle. He ws coming up from Asbury Prk when ccl- dent occurred. Ptrolmn Cherney Issued him ft creless driving summons pending clr- Ulctlon crs use by Mr. A n d e r 8 o n. Ptrolmn Cherney lso issued sum* ron to Mr.Denker. Seven motorists who committed infrctions in town* ship pid fines to Mgistrte Lur A. Foster Tuesdy. Keyport Stte Police rrign* ed tbree. Trooper Willim Kys chrged Peter Anderson, Perth Amboy, with driving cr with loud muffler. The fine ws $5 nd $5 costs s it ws in ose Elizbeth Pifltor; Mplewood, chrged by Trooper Muccl with n ir- proper left turn on Route 34. Trooper Ernest Hopper rrigned Fred Mdsen. Iselln, for excessive speed on Route 35, Cliffwood. The fine ws $0 nd $5 costs. Four were fenders on Grden Btte Prkwy. S. L Schults, Newrk, prked in trffic lne. He pid $3 5 costs. Hrold Loverlch, Mtwn Mn ls Guilty Of Peeping A -3-yer-old Mtwn mn ws found guilty July 3 being disorderly person fter hl rrest for peeping into.windows on Gles Dr., New Providence. His sentence Included n order by judge to sty out New Providence for yer. Wlter Krumins, 2 prospect PI., Mtwn, who pleded innocent to chrges telng disorderly nd loitering.. lso ws fined $200. ws given 90-dy suspended jil term *nd his drivers license ws suspended,for 30 dys by Mgistrte Frnk A. Pizzi. Mr. pisi sid license suspension ws t his own discretion, on presumption tht Mr. Kru- mins used his cr to get to New Providence. Mr. Krumins ws rrested by Ptrolmn Nichols Gelor- mlnl nd Vincent Trgno, who found him ner n prtment building t 23 GAles Dr. Mr. Krumins ws* chrged with peeping into tbe first-floor prtment ot womn re. Thoms Nel, superintendent building, lso testified. Mr. Plzzi sid complints were received from severl women in -prtment. - Approve Assessment, Plnning Progrms In n effort to provide for dditionl ssessments id n&kbcjne.tbbj/tf* Jttclure from Penl-: Q p^bpr.^.jtigls^r to t h e ty w s $Q nd $5 co s ts. iu tis cnt uu.to dte, Medi- Anr HtTnd 5 costs - fenderws Frnk J. Conklin, Etontown, who -went 70 miles per hour. VJdmlr L. Q k, Newrk, filed to.keep to..right..jhe.pid $5. nd 5 cost, Brooklyn., rn f rod overturned fils cn. His Rn Wilson Ave. ign; Fined A driver who rn through stop sign on Wilson Ave. ws pursued by Chief John J Flood nd Cpt. John. Meln, Mtwn Police, on to min St. where he finlly ws overtken nd stopped. The fender, Chrles Mnsfield, Jersey City, Mondy pid $25 nd $5 costs for speeding pst stop sign nd onto Min St $20 nd *5 costs for hving no drivers license ln bis. possession nd $0 nd $5 costs for hving no nme sign on commercil vehicle. His penlties totled $70. Chief Flood sid yesterdy Cpt. Meln hd set wtch for fenders w h o hve been scorning Wilson Ave. stop sign. Chester F. Huff, 827 Forrest Ave., Lurence Hrbor, w s found not guilty speeding cr round in circle lst weekend over lwn Mrs R. 6, Crne, 92 Freneu Ave., Mtwn. Mrs. Crne told court she hd tken license number fender nd Ptrolmn John Glnty, borough police, found it tllied with registrtion M r. Huff. But Mrs. Crne could not positively identify driver s Mr. Huff nor could nor eyewitness.., Rlph S. Heuser, Mtwn. ttorney for Mr. Huff, put Mr. Huff s sister nd Robert Dem ery, MorgnvlTle, both on t h e stnd to testify y hd seen him t hour tbe Incident ws supposed to hve tken plce nd knew definitely tht he ws not driving cr t tht time. Mrs. Crne sked who ws driving Mr. Huffs cr, but defendnt declined to nswer. Allen Lockwood Dies In Newrk Hospitl Allen B. Lockwood, 58 Ornge, died Thursdy, Aug, 8, 057, in Newrk Presbyterin Hospitl, following lennuiy lines*. Surviving rc his wife, Elizbeth; o n e son. Alien. Jr. Perth Amboy; two sisters, Mrs. Wlter Hckmn, C r neys Point; Mrs, Arthur Hil Mtwn; two brors, Wl ter, Anderson, Ind.; John Mtwn, nd one grndson. Funerl rrngements r under direction Werhed Funerl U;ome, Ornge. I ws holding ldder I got in Wnt Ads nd my wife fell on me!. Ice Crem Men Lose Their Good Humor Two Ice crcm vendors who pprently lost ir good humor fter ech hd ccused tlie or Infringing on his territory wound up In Mdison Township Municipl Court Thursdy night, ccused ssult nd bttery. Willim McDonnell, 8, 33 Berkshire Dr., Southwood geo. tion Old Bridge, nd Ptrick Ryn, 34, 2 Throop Ave., New Brunswick, trded blows nd ccused ech or ol ssult nd bttery. Brought before Mgistrte Mxwell Myer, two men ppered somewht hesitnt bout pressing ir respective complints. Theres no such thing s exclusive territory s fr s Ice crem vending ls concerned In t h e township, sid Mgistrte Myer. A few more words were exchnged nd cold wr cme to n brupt end when both men exchnged, not blows, but hndshkes, greed to drop chrges ginst ech or. The democrtic principle free competition cme out winner. present up-to dte. Mdl son Towiiihlp Committee will sign contrct with J. M. Clemensu-Compny t $60 dy rte, The work will tke four or five! (Jye.. Authority w s given.by... resolution pssed t Mondy night s meetig oi thtt~tiuii*»ulllcei... By uthority nor resolution, Community Plnning Assocites, Inc., Princeton, will prepre mster pln to be completed within six months. " In ddition to furnishing consulting services nnd conducting generl study tbe township, tbe plnners will prepre bse mp, mke preliminry lnd use survey, gr bsic dt, nd furnish or dt ln co-opertion with ntionl pln progrm federl government. The work will be performed with co-opertion t h e locl plnning bord nd cost is not to exceed $5000. Ruling Of Mtwn Court Is Reversed A dr\lnk driving conviction John J. Mlleskl. 85 Min St., Mtwn, ws ordered reversed Tuesdy by Monmouth County Judge Elvln R. S i m mill. Judge Blmmlll ruled re ws nothing ln trnscript Mr. Mlleskl s tril before Mgistrte Jmes H. Mrtin, June 28, to Indicte defendnt hd been drinking on dte chrge ws lodged ginst him, Mr. MUeskl s ppel, ln which be ws represented by Vincent C. DeMlo, Mtwn, ws bsed solely on trnscript. No witnesses were clled eir by Mr. DeMlo or Assistnt County Prosecutor John A. Petlllo. Tuesdy. Mr, Mlleskl hd been fined $200 by Mgistrte Mrtin nd hd bis license revoked lor two yers fter mgistrte found him guilty. Sleeps At Wheel; Auto Is Demolished - A 3-yer-old Mnsqun mn who, police sid, pprently fell sleep t th e,.wheel whlle.drlvlng hfs*! J957 fcutomobll6^fi0fthwrd on^th * Grden Stte Prkwy M o n dy morning Is in fir condition t Perth Amboy Generl Hospitl. Good fortune ws following Nichols Zervos, however,, in person.mrylou. Pomplk no, 24, 27*Wever Ave., lfrffiifleld r rrcglfllcrcd-nurbi who ws driving behind t h e Zervos cr when it rn f side highwy nd through & gurd ril, ner Lurence Hrbor exit. The Bloomfield nurse stopped her cr nd gve Zervos first id until he ws tken to Perth Amboy Generl Hospitl t 2:35.m. by Lurence Hrbor First Aid Squd. Mr Zervos, who lives t 87 First Ave., In shore community, suffered, chest.contusions, brsions legs rms, nd lcerted lip nd nose. CD Unit Threten Mss Resigntion A thretened resigntion Rritn Township Civil Defense members ws forestlled Mondy when Pul V. Ln- nlng, ssistnt CD director ir unit, ssured m he would sk Elmer Hesse, coun ty CD hed, nd Joseph C. IrA win, director bord freeholders, to ir September meeting to cousldcr ir grievnces. The members were roused becuse decision hnded down by Acting Mgistrte Irving Zelchner July 30 in t h e cse Dniel S. Ely, clerk Holmdel Township, chrged with not stopping on n ir rid s wrden s order. Mr. Ely ws fined $5 but it ws suspended by Mgistrte Zeich- ner-becuse Mr. E ly s explntion tht In Holmdel It ws prctice to sttion ir rid wrdens t min street Intersections. Mr. Ely climed he hd gone pst Mrs. Jne Lne, Holmdel Rd., Hzlet, wrden, during July 2 drill becuse he hd seen her running down bnk on Holmdel Rd. where re ws no crossing nd hd not relized sho ws n wrden. He relted he hd stopped f e w hundred feet furr down on Bethny Rd. on wrning from Hrry P. Cowles, Holmdel Rd., Hzlet, wrden sttioned re.- Mrs. Lne sid her resigntion hd gone in fter Ely incident. She told council re ws no bnk lr oeril* ley Lne Corner where s h e hd been posted nd tht Mr. E l y lter hd contrdicted himself by sying be sw her ln rod, She dmitted, however, her concern went beyond Ely cse, tht she ws no longer willing to serve s wrden becuse she hd (to sign complints ginst persons whom she knew, reby mking bd friends/* She foresw tht, with Ely cse, persons would be still moro inclined to disregrd her directions, mking it lmost impossible to serve s wrden/ Mrs. Mry Johnson, 48 Bedle Rd.f Hzlet, who signed complint tht resulted in 8. F. Ponki.0 Rose Mry Dr.; Norgte Mnor, being fined $0 July 23 for running through stop signl on Bedle Rd. in July 2 drill, strongly supported Mrs. Lne s view tht wrdens would incur scorn fter Ely cse. Howrd.. Sisco, West Kensburfc. vyftrden*.demnded Hering Is Slted For Mdison Tvern The Mdison Township Committee Mondy night set Aug. 26 s dte for hering stte chrges ginst Boyscn s Sunset Tvern. The township committee is tking this c* tion t suggestion Alcoholic Beverge Control Commission, wblch notified it preferred township conduct hering. Joseph Edgr, township ttorney, will preside. The ABC lleges tht on Sundy, June 22, re ws brwl on premises, t h e mngement filed to hve entire premises closed during non-lesl hours, furr tht lcoholic beverg* t s were told on IU4 p irm lm i t tht timer- - Four Enter Ples Before County Judge The Mdison Township firemn chrged with rson pleded not guilty Tuesdy morning before Middlesex County Judge Chrles M. Morris nd ws relesed ln 5000 bll. John M. Huser, 5, Route 9 ln Cheesequke section, nd volunteer firemn f o r 29 yers, ls chrged with setting fire ln township My 29. Robert Dvis, 83 Browntown Rd., Old Bridge, Kelm A. Lery, 7 Second St.. Union Bech, entered ples no defense to t h e chrge steling $20 from Mrlon Motors In Hopelwn on June 3. Donld A. Oodlesky, 49 HrdlnK Rd., Lurence Hrbor, pleded not guilty to trocious ssult bttery ginst his wife. Uphold Injury Awrd In Mtwn Issue The ppellte division Superior Court Fridy upheld $3500 dmge wrd which ws grnted to New Brunswick tobcco slesmn who wns injured when he slipped on piece suet nd fell in Mtwn met mrket three yers go. The wrd ws given to Iler- mn W. Bollmn, sr., by Monmouth County Jury lst yer. Mr. Bollmn fell frctured his rm ln D e l Tn Mrket, Min St., Mtwn, Oct Prnk nd Pul Dell, proprietors mrket, ppeled Jury decision. They contended tht county Judge John C. Olordno erred in letting cte go to jury. However, ppellte division ruled re pn -sufficient evl 4eob» to >wrrbt J jdry irii nd upbeld-tb* $3500 verdict, i f be explined why one mn ws fined nd nor m n > fine suspended for sme fense. Mr. Lnnlng believed mgistrtes should bc briefed on CD lws. He mrveled tht Mr. Ely-hd been ble to convlnce Mgistrte Zelchner tht re coulttbe dufert!iice^betwreii CD regultions in Rritn nd in Holmdel, Mr. Lnnlng sserted y were supposed to be uniform ln ll municiplities. It ws dmitted legl sitution on wrdens hving to sign complints ws not hppy one. Even stte police were declred to hve seen only wy out to hve grdens exercise role police ficers in mking complints. Mr. Lnnln? verred he would seek to hve it clrl» fled ns to why wrdens hd to tke role tht must drw tbe ill-feeling violtors CD rules ginst m. Mr. Lnnlng stted township committee would be sked to sit In on tbe September meeting. Ho greed to continue to direct units ctivities fter WUllm Phillips, who hd been chirmn, resigned lst week.. trols t ISS.M ech. Tlie order for reoorders ws op* posed by Mr. Lmberson nd Mr. Storer s unnecessry when bords budget ws tight. They believed centrl ddress system would suffice for relying music progrms. Mr. Sen disgreed; noting techer could not leve her room nd run it nd one single progrm t one time would not suit ll clsses. He stted cch clss ws Retting one hour per weeit minimum music. The bord indicted tht nll-purposc room would be used s gym nd pproved its use one night per week for Philip VnMter, hed township boys progrm. Mr. Sen sked children in Brudes 5-8 t Centrl School to secure gym equipment before school opens. Protests Costs Fred vonrodcck, township representtive on Freehold Regionl High School Bord, protested cost t o wn ship must ssume for educting 25 pupils who ttend grmmr schools from Mrlboro Stte Hospitl, which pys no txes. He verred bord should sk stte to py for educting se children nd lso children housed In township s stte wrds. Frnk Dugu, bord secretry, noted tho lw specified children residing within school district hd free right ttendnce t district s school, so lb ws doubtful stte would yield on this point to py tuition ginst whtis written in ir own code. Mr. vonrodock lso protested ttendnce four children from hospitl t regionl high Bchool. He sid young womn 28, residing t hospitl, hd mde p- p::~tion7to regionl bord to be permitted to complete senior yer in high school which she hd missed. Mr. VonRodeck ld regionl bord ws inclined to grnt proposl becuse It did not cost regionl district $5. r Mr. vonrodeck verred t h e regionl bord still would bill Mrlboro txpyers t h e tuition rte $050 per pupil for this young womn even though hving little or no d* ditlonl expense on her ccount.. Mr. Dugn gin told Mr. vonrodeck lw limited tx- supported school ttendnce in New Jersey.to. those in t h e five yers to 20-yers-ge brcket. He sked Mr. von Rodcck, s township representtive on regionl bord, to proteot rights locl txpyers by Insisting regionl bord refuse this young womn. T^e Mrlboro Townnhip Tx lyers Assocition sked t h e se tho Centrl School uditorium third Mondy month for mootings. Tlio >ord tbled mtter until policy on Jnitors could be formulted. Mrs. Donohue w born in Bordentown nd bd resided in Freehold for pst 25 yers. Her dughter ws listed s only survivor. Funerl rrngements, were in chrge W. H. Freemn Funerl Home, Freehold, portedly worn by two holdup men in motel robbery. Ptrolmn Keelen contcted Keyport Stte Polioe nd told m he ws holding t h e youths. Detective De Luc, who hd been Investigting motel robbery, Questioned m nd sid y dmitted holdup. Ho sid y lso dmitted tking cr, which belonged to fr, one m. : In Kenshurg hotel room youths hud been Aug. 8, 657 r re Klevei Arrign Youths (continued from pge one) ler jctffcts o P th e *yre re- where T h e M t w n J o u r n l C l s s if ie d A d s stying, police ld y found" n utomtic pistol nd tw o switehblndc knives, which youths dmitted \uilnn in t.h e SCO robbery t motel. F O B R E N T PltlVATE home on bu line, Urfle double room with TV; lo mllei (tingle rootn. permnent mlt pplicnts only References required lt Keyport wjtl CEMENT mliers, chin sws n rotry lwn mowers by bout ot dy. Huds ttentl, Mtwn I 330-M wjb- W ONE: fice nullble tor miotnes or prolobsloni, ground floor, hert ol town, cross Irom prkin# lot. Apply Single System Luunclry lno, Brod & First Sts.. Koyport or cll Keyport wu APARTMENT. 4 roontfi, het m! hot wter supplied; dults only, Cll Keyport 7-)00. wjll COTTAGE, 4 roms und Imtb; ll tin- provcmrnlh. oil hurnrr, flutomnlk tuit wter hunter; tfwni:**; lmolid Highwy 34. Mntuwn, Cull Mr, Cfey, Sundy, AuHusl IHh, Mtwn KM-J... WJ8 KEYPQHT, home, 0 rooms, $40 per month, now jivullnble. Inquire Dy* shore llelty, lllrhwy SS, Cllffwood. CU Mtwnn MM.... wjo APARTMENT, modern (rooms, hrut nd hot wtor supplied, hert uf bu&incts section, Inquire Muriels Dress Shop, IS W. Front St., Kc; port or cll Key >ort 7-lfiUS. Key. w]s MATAWAN, prtment, 3 rooms, ll utilities. Coll Mtwn 0830-M fter 6 p.m. Jt Sitution Wnted WILL wsh nd irun *U typ ol cur tins, lso strttch ouruins * Centrl School (continued from pge one) LGuiere $3800 nd Mies Jones $3600. Mr, Rynlewlci, chirmn techers committee, sid ll fculty vcncies hd been filled, Extension school b u b route No. to Chur Rd. In Robertsville w s pproved. The contrctor, Formn Nylor, will receive $300 for extension, Mr. Lmberson, chirmn trnsporttion, stted bus would leve Orchrd Pkwy. nd Route 79 for Centrl School t 7:45.m. Heek Blektopplng Bids The bord voted to seek bids on blcktopplng drivewys t school In spite recommendtion by John McWU- m, Metuchen, rchitect who built ft. tht this wn not dvisble. Mr. McWllllm sid looso cot ol! nd chip stone would hold drivewys In plce. Mr. Holmes relted he hd consulted t h e Jnnnrone nd Mnzo contrcting firms, Mtwn, nd both believed more teeurn coting ws needed to keep m from wshing wy. The bord dcclded to do no moro thn lime lwn nd let lt grow up in weeds becuse drought condition. T h e blcktop will co&t $600 more thn wbt Mr. McWllllm recommended, Mr. 2(olmes estimted. Mr. Holmes ws uthorised to hve Robertsvlile Bchool pinted for $274. Mr, Blnger ws uthorised to buy typewriter «t.!l*4; sound projector for $37 nd three vie- Adler Approves (continued Irom pge one), nd Southwood Rtls, ln South- wood; Byview Or., Hrding Rd., Wilson Ave.. Shorelnd Clrolo, Lntn Wy.nd Norwood nd nillcrcst Avcs. In Lurcnce Hrbor., Also Dlsbrow Rd. ln Cheeec- quke nd ln Old Bridge section, First through Seventh Sts. Inclusive, Prk, Austin nd Sunset Aves. nd Hillird, Mlml, Collins Torlorlco Rds. own bom*. Prompt Sntith Ambn> l-uqs.... tn mf rvte. Cll whi H E L P W A N.T K D WANTED E X P E R I E N C E D O P E R A T O R S A N D L E A R N E R S U N D E R G A R M E N T C O. M A T A W A N 5 JOHN BUN AVB., MATAWAN. HJ. i UA l.lffl» U R e l E t t e F o r S o l e UTlS for Bli\V/ fihjoivmt on Mm St.. Keyport. Iiujulrii 408 IJru«i(i St.. Keyport. ww* S E K V IC K B A Y R O O K IN G CO., titlttlsiks. lj AI)Eli& & VMJ.KYS 70S DAYVfKW AVK -UNION UEAHI KEYl tltn IW W B E T T Y S DUKSS SHOP LADtKH WEAIl & ACCttSSOHIES ATTItACTiVfc STYUCS MOmCHATKY IMtlCKD. CI.KAUANCE KAI.ti ON DftKSSKS MATAWAN M74UJ UU MAIN ST. JH U S E D C A R S I T S W H E R E Y O U B U Y A U S E D C A R T H A T C O U N T S tt YEARS OF VAt.UE, SKHVICK AND SATISFACTION lmlotkcts YOUH HUnCIIABK F R A N K V A N S Y C K L E IN C. 957 P L Y M O U T H. D E M O N S T R A T O R S M O D E L < noon SEDAN. RADIO Ik IEATKH, WHITE WAUJi ft IOWin 0TEKMNO $2296 N O M O N E Y D O W N A N D 36 M O N T H S T O P A Y F O R S A L E O T H E R S T A L K B A R G A IN S W E S E L L E M T H E B A R G A IN H O U S E -WE IN S T A L L & S E R V I C E It E P C O P R E P A K T U B E L E S S B O IL E R S HASICHOAHD RADIATION, HOT AND COLD WATP5U WlNTKH ANO RLMMKU GO M O N T H S T O P A Y F R E E E S T IM A T E S G I V E IJ S A C A L L A T MATAWAN -436 JUST AHHIVEU CARLOAD OV. ASPHALT TUC «w TO lit L A N Z A R O B R O S TKNNKNT.tm., MOHOANVHJJB. A UOATtt { nd motors. Johnson Se llvins, Olct-Tmvfi Lp Htrk* Win- nrklhniglss Outbord* motor re* & lr Ptnndn smiiv rrnsd L.. Olhrlth Son. inc.. Ill West rrnnl Street. Ktvpnrl. N J CU Keyport -** Open *v«ry dy except Sundy. Wednesdy Thurs* djy nd Fridy sve rings until nnks completely fuirnleed. MIT AUTOMOBILE mechnic, Orge. Keyport Rritn wju KEY PUNCH opertor, WM mchine No. 028; plenn«nt working condl* tion, Ubcri employee benellt, Ap* ply Cnterbury Knitter* Ltd., Locut St., Keyport. * wjb SHIPPING clerk, generl ililprlnf. room routine. lennt working condition*, liberl employee tone* flt. Apply Cnterbury Knitter*, Lid., Locuit Bt-, Keyport WJB NURSES ides, experience not nece* ry hut preferred; ll thlfit nm»t hve trnporuuon. Apply Ilroolc dle NurJng Home, Highwy 9S t Min St., Keyporl. Cll Keyport 7» MOO. Wj8 GOOD oil burner ervlce mn, ttedy work, good py for rliht person. Write llox if In fre mis new pper. - wjtf Womn Killed In (continued from pge ono) where Donohue uto crshed recently hd been dredged. Tho Morgnville First Aid Squd ws sent to sccno fter pssing mouirlnt pprently noticed plnk broken ln bridge riling nd reported lt to tlie Morgnvlllo Oencrl Store. First id men worked tliclr wy Into crcek to free Mrs. Donohue nd her dughter from submerged cr. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO HIDDEUS #*lrd proposl* for Uie Iurnl»)ilng Fuel Oil (or Mtwn High Krhonl, Mtwn Elementry Bchool*, nd Cllffwood Elementry School, for cheol yenr 967 J050 will lie re* cclved by Hord Rdurtion Bchool District Mtwn, l ~... vlm ijr. Auki.. Mtwn lllgh Reboot nuildlng. *9 P.M. on Mondy <t>yll )i>"ftvlng Time) August 9, \Wf, t Iho ttperifletion nd bid form my b«obtined t Secretry** flr*. The Hord Eduction rmr-rvm Ihe right to ny nd ll hlil*. (filjfnedl Utrry Troller, Becretry 0 *2.63 C E H T inc A T F o r DISSOLUTION To ll lo whom te preitnl* my che, Grrcilng; / WIIF.HKAS, ll p p e r s m y ll- fction, tiy duly uutlieritknlrd record proceedings for voluntry dissolution re. hy u* nnimnu* rot»**nt!] *U»ck- hnlder. dcpotted tn m y fice, tht llrpderitm Kttlc, I n c, corportion thi* (Hte, who* principl fice I* lltifed t No. Ktnte H!«h wy Un. 4, Che*se*ju*k*. In th Town hip Mdison. Cotmtr ol Mlddl* tt#. m le New Jcrcey lir C AjvpVflte l«}ng gent Ibnrt-in n4 In chrge re, upon u ln w prorrte my be served), hs rom* with requirement Title 4, CporUrfi. tfrnerl, Hevtscd Sttutes Nw Jere-y, preliminry to tti* liiu ln g ot Ibl* Certificte Iilfiu>hitlon. n o w T j r r n r r n i t r, r. n«ere. try ef HI te pf Hew Jtttry. I)o Hereby C tht Hi* corportion did, tm lit# Twenty-third dy ot July, W7, file In my lue duly r*ec*»lm nd ttested e*n»wii in writing lx> th* <fu*olu<iot> ld corportion, executed Vf ll th etndrtmrlder* re, wwrn ld enl»n4 (he reror til proceed- my sm fice e* provided >/y lw, re»ow tm m # to m n iu r n M o w y w h k m t o r, i h*ire hereto eel mjr bnd nd ffiied «ny ficil eel, l TriwWm, tm«twenty twrd dy (Sel) * Jvtr A. p, «r*> tnomnd ;n iit.i#... *t#u it» mo«*n/i becue tt l tct in wne pc Wbll pce mges your i d Hnd out nd th cot l very resonble. You re one ol over JU.ooo people who wlu red this d. Clllled Ad Print m utt cheply. Cll Keyport T*90.t> nd plce your d for some rel results. LAUNDRESS, Cll Keyport 7 IK.I. wjll WAITRESS. Highwy 95, port 7«ii2. Keyport Dltier, eyport or cll Key. wjlft WOMAN for generl houe clening nd Ironing three dys wrok. Write reference* Ut Dos K in cte thi newspper, wjq W A N T E D UHKI) winter cloe, womens nd childrens In good condition, Wilt tko on cnnlftnment nd ell for you In our nerly new hnp, tlnute 39, net to llurlew Ue»turnt, l.ur- ence Hrbor. CU Mtwn I-02K-J for Informtion, wjfl W A N T E D T O B U Y USUU outlhjrd (nittori s trde-in* for 037. Jotiiuoii tlo llore U b erl trde-in illownee on ny ol nine pw lh s C C Olbrllh * Ron, ln o. 6 Wr*f from Htreet, Keyport, N J, Cll Koyport 7-IIM witf WATJ2II ptimp; lined rlet-lrln plitoi pump In working (omlltloi), (nl Mtnwnn l-4.*i(^-m. wjfl r pmcxs ARE UUT RAISED BOIIN H KRE E t^ K W H K lte. F R A N K V A N S Y C K L E IN C. n r. ft w o o d l v k, m o i io n C A L L S O. -442ES H O U S E S I*OH S A L E DUII4HNQB lo mnve delivered to E i r... hoep All tmpruvu * prlc over phone, lllilt Menlepsn Phone Enjilletv Vour pn ment N< wy U (... ft Pelrtc lno On* 8 freehold will nalutan TOWNRiin*, Rurrcy tlidge VltlKQ. Heutilul yer utd ultr modern- room humo, A invew bed* rooms, r^r t*rkwy nd lligtnvny, 3. Aolinr hllrlwn, ifhtlng loom, pclou living room nd clu*t*t*i ffnlhcd rrprnlinn rtxmi, full cllnr, utomtic g nnt, Hollywood Hie bth; cr imrl. torni window nd creeus. Cmnpletoly fiirnlnhrd In rx- cellent tte, Ncrlflce to ny teli* ot)!e couple, 0.. nnniimpllon ivsi IntorCBt. full ptlt-n $0,000 roinplnlr: only llsoo cbbii down, wlu hold until November lt)07, Iymcnt nfl innnth* ly. Cll illilcrel 9-4UO0, wj«hautan.iownhiup,..rnch...style home with knotty pine kitchen und living rnmn, 3 lw<li;ooin*_ nil tintbt Kle SIO.OiKi, Cttrlton II. Poling, lleitl Ktnte itrnknr. 3 OlHirn t,, Key* port, Crtll Kpyjxirt 7-ll)lfl. wj8 KEVtOUT, 3 story frme home.. room* nd bth, nrlik lined, rellr, tom oil het. 4 cr grnge, $,MM), Owner will ume inortgi with ituoo down. Crlton II. ruling, Hel ICille Ilroker, 3 Onborn Ht., Koy. port. Cll Keyporl w jl KF.VlOHT, piiclnti older type homo, kitchen, living room, dining room, TV room, 3 l*dro<im dn bu), full cellr, itein het. 3,000, Crllon II, Poling, Ilel (te Hroker, 3 Oitl>oni Ht,, K*yj<i«.i, Cll Keyport H O II. Wj» KICYI OUT, bunglow, living room. kitchen wllh electrlo slov nd exhust fn, s l»cdntom nd blh, f :* het, orceii* nd verwtin >llnd, $7000. Crlton II. Puling, Url Etle Ilroker, 3 Ormrn Hi Keyport. Cll Keyport 7-0IS. wjifl KEYPOltT, Iwutllully remodelrd. rihim him**. M ini )> seen lo p* R rerite; Corner Obnrn A Wrren t. Inquire nn prtiinlie, Kl 0»lH>rn Ht, w S* A7TKACVE rniu h, D your* Old $70( down, $79 l>er niootlil tot, 75*00; cr gree. eccllotil nclkhhorhood. ( nil John Tfflbulilno, Mtwn M737*M. j$ WANTED TO RENT IIOtfHK, i rooni*, vicinity o f Ut* wit, ner Nchoul# nd truiiftixirtn* tion, Opllun lo buy. Cll Miwil ju op in tock for immedite muunt*... lervlr j,v*hoi - Cllffwocd......j l. mg. fl hour ervle In reonpln.ywr - i)y*hore Ttre Co. IUrIp onstne* wv SS totos Ct) -,u Si3 Aluminum Window* Venetin Blinds i ot. Pr E*i in*te*-no Monv Down Krl 3 rrnts. Keypori ACCOnDIONB NEW nd ubc(tti M ired nd *io Center. 4.»L_... KKvpnrt 74 LSon trum nli [SUUIUNH il liw Ml ftaiutan Lnudscupln flupply. lop nil, mnure nhruu. evergreen*, h into trees, fertiliser, lim nd. gr* dnn tools. CnmpUitc UudioplnR ond ervire t pen H-30 i m to Q p.m.. clnncd Kiindny* ) p.tn, Cll Keynurt 7<l)4:tU or Hnutn Amboy >0208. Milt Ailftlll, Proprietor, w ill DACMIRIUND mipplei Miwt%.3WB-V/, AKO. * p.m. Cll CALORIC g«rnge 9SH wide, now. reunble, CU Ke, 0A2J-M. leyport Ilk HAItV chifferolte, blonde, good coniil Hon. Cll Mrs. C, Durnto, Mtu l33ft6«w, --- JU* S I N G E R /2 P R I C E U S E D M A C F IIN E S A L E cwnnol^xi;kctriiiri _ ~ WAM S7S-NOW $» WAS $7 NOW 96 n u n r r t e t im b r to O lt MODEJI AND DKMONHTItAlDHN AT OHKATLY ItEUUCKD IltlCKH. S I N G E R S E W I N G C E N T E R GO S M IT H S T., P E R T H A M B O Y, N.J. iiiij^nm rr r... OPEN TllUltSDAY r UDAY N illt S-U N T IL I wjl LID m hoiny Chippendle double bed with lmost new roil spring id m tlreii lso, mtching nltflil l - Cll k n u irt M W. nd lbi, wjl ncom r ducks. CU Kyporl M A P LE bedroom sot, 3 pieces, single brrii -ifood (fondltion, lleinlibly priced. Cll Ketttmirg S-383 or tn* (4uire oo l u re l Ave,, Kensburg. ww* PINIIAL* mchine*, dining room set, >.... i j irubinel*. Uml* Plce, Cll K tyim ii b«d, kitchen eel coht, Per*lilni 7-tui or 7«l63l MAPLti; butrb, chet nd twin lre U d, complete! lso crlln, ruv* ll i l/r, nh o color*. Oprit tl to U, nhore Kurnituie, Highwy 39, Ltiience lurlkir, JU. USINESS SERVICES T o le v lilo n T E L E V IS IO N B E R V IC K Cll u* for relible TV ervlup; t«r e> vlilon Butcnu repired nd intll- Ml We U» n-pir rdio* end smll electriu pplinces, V ILT - A G E T E L E V IS I O N 2 0 E. F R O N T S T. K E Y P O R T K E Y P O R T W U T V S E R V I C E M A T A W A N -000 mi T.YCK TIOHION INC. m t w ii w ju R U S S E L L T V S E R V I C E M A T A W A N Cll ny (Ime dy vi m nlngs, Wjtf D O N S T V S E R V I C E to t lst /flcfe-rit rdio * l/t t*levl*lor k«i-*)re ril wjt T ru c k in g n A n tiq u e s I lilt Mtihwe Oi;purluuiiy bbup Antitues, w*nu to f/tiy ll typ*s " m i w «/»i# >>.. ndiiufl* Dolls, tore, furniluie, cliin* Klwre rirt old jewelry 8 llrod wv, Keyport e* l Keyport 7>II4S L IS T Y O U R S E R V I C E IN O U R D I R E C T O R Y ATTnACTlVB R A T E! w»,, r o u n t i u k i c i i n T i u c f TWELVE TIMES P H O N E K E Y P O R T 7-:iOUO ANU ABK run C L A S S I F I E D l ic o p ln fl LANf>rtf:*PIHO nd inlnlen your gio«ifl4 e. 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12 TOE j MATAWAN JOURNAL Pure Twelve Aug. JButton Is Str At Music Circus Two time Olympic, ice sktlug chmpion, Dick Button, ls str On The Town, which begn Its. run t t h e Neptune Music Circus with n Ice show Incorported Into it, Mondy nd will continue.through Sundny. Leding roles re ployed by Connie Swyer, Bobo Lewis, Jerry Jrrett nd Ellle Somers nd Don Chrlcton, Dorothy Greener nd Hrold Fonville re fetured. Ezr Stone rdio s Henry Aldrich" fme is stging production., On The Town" ls hit musicl by Leonrd Bernstein. which hs book nd lyrics by Betty Comden nd Adolph Green. It is wild nd hilrlous story three silors on shore leve ln New York nd girls y meet. Plying strring role Obey Is skter Mr. Button who recently turned to cting nd creer on stge. World fmous for his fets o Ice, Dick won Olympic Ice skting title for U n e d Sttes ln oth 952 nd 956. Among his or crowns re Americn, Europen World chmpionships. In order to skte nd perform pressionlly, Dick gve up h i s mteur stnding. Off sktes, he hs ppered ns n ctor most recently in New York City Center production South Pcific. This is t:.e first time since origin summer music ren tre tht n. ice show hs plyed under ny big-top. Specil mchinery nd ** pipes were brought in to cre- te portble Ice rink. In Greece, $0 metl turner.s klt CABJE distributed to put needy pprentice In business represents two-ndonehlf weeks ernings, ond mny months possible svings. The kit lso cn be sent to Itly nd Mexico through CARE Self-Help Progrm, 860 First Ave., New York City. LEROY F. GEARY Lnd Surveyor 003 Highwy 36 Corner Union Ave., Union Bech KEyporf 7^4976 Stte GOC Boss Checks New Plne Silhouettes Lt. Col. John Diets, Co-ordlntor Ground Observer Corps for New Jersey, studies bluo prints quiclc-opertlnf fsteners to be used on now militry ircrft t.tbe Cmloo Fstener Corportion plnt t Prmos. At left Is J. It. Newcomer, chief engineer bf Cmloo; right is Richrd S. Wolff, president. Civil Defense ficils toured Cnmloo plnt fter presenttion Cmloc literture entitled "Look to Sky** feturing ircrft silhouettes ws mde on behlf Ntionl Ground Observer Corps. The copies will he distributed to observtion posts throughout tbe country to help observers spot ircrft. Woodmen Report Insurnce Gins New high gins In insurnce ln force nd ssets in pst two yers were reported by Pres. Howrd M. Lundgren to Woodmen tlie World Life Insurnce Society s biennil ntionl convention, held July 22 to 25, ln New York. With gin $23,870,548, insurnce ln force incresed to n e w high $605,062,62. The society mintined its position s world s finncilly strongest frternl benefit society with reserve rtios, greter thn tht ny or Insurnce orgniztion*. Assets incresed $0,032,725, bringing totl to new high $200,045,3. Benefits pid to members in pst two yers totled $24,876,673. Since t h e society ws founded ln 800, lt hs pid members nd beneficiries $405,862,066. Woodmen members, numbering more thn 427,000* received in 050. lrgest svings refunds in society s history, $2,200,000. Stricken On Trip Hrry Cohn, 276 Wshington St., Keyport, ws stricken with hert ttck while visit* Irig with Mrs. Cohn in Ok: lnd,clif, lst week. He ws tken to Perlt Hospitl, Onfclond, where he Is expected to remin for two weeks. His condition ws reported s stisfctory. STULTZ, JR., SRVINGy*uA.FU L N U M SINCE 909 I OIL BURNING E.QUIPMENTSERVICE * > : V pu gu OIU. -KEROSENE- COAL, : 3 B R O A D Street - C K ufpolt Armstrong Cork Revels Activity Armstrong Cork Compny hs lunched.n ggressive, forwrd-looking progrm f o r development mjor new products nd mrkets, lt ws disclosed tody by C. J. Bch- strnd, president. This p r o g. -.m ls under direction Armstrong. executive vice president, Kenneth O. Btes, becuse Its Importnce to future growth nd pritbility compny s entire business, Mr. Bckstrnd sid. We re iming t mjor new product developments sufficient mgnitude to hve n importnt effect on t h e compny s sles nd ernings ln yers hed," he sid This new effort ls co-ordinted progrm for whole compny tht ls ln ddition to reserch nd development work on new nd existing products currently being crried forwrd for our operting divisions. Mr. Bckstrnd explined tht two new stff functions, new product plnning nd new product co-ordintion, re being estblished, u nd e r Mr. Btes direction to Implement progrm. New product plnning h s tho responsibility keeping brest developments ln science, mterils, nd mnufcturing techniques tht my lend to new product Ides upon which compny cn cpitlize, he sid. The function ls being heded by Edmund,Glxton._fi:incr_dlrector.--.re-- serch wftdws nmed v[ce president compny t Bord Directors meeting held on July 29. Mr. Clxton s new title Is vice president for new product plnning W. F. Kufmn, Assistnt Secretry, former hed bt Armstrongs Legl Deprt Tr ent nd specilist ln ptent lw, will work directly with 0 to 20 % Svings Oh AU lnsurnco Auto Flro House Libility * Etc. Csimir J. Zlydszyk Ilel Ksttn nrober Notry Public MA Grden Plce Cllffwood A T LAST Whiskey And Gin Tht We Are Proud to Put Our Nme On The Lbel R & L Privte Stock 86 Pro Blended Whiskey 40% 6 Yers O ld % gl. $ for $26.00 Full Qurt 4/5 Qurt $4.75 $ for $ for $.00 Pint* - $2.45 R & L Distilled London, DRY GIN 90 Pro - 00% Grin, Neutrl Spirits. V-i gl. $ for $24.50 Full Qurt 4/5 Qurt $4.39 $ for $ for $0.00 Pints - $2.29 These Items Are Bottled Exclusively For And Cn Be Purchsed Only At The KEYPORT WINE nd LIQUOR CO., Inc. Highwy 35 t Junction >. (Next to New Acme Super Mrket) We Also Feture Cold Horlcher s Beer ).. v,, In All HUes nt No Kxtr Cot him s Generl Mnr.ger New Product Plnning. F. B. Monger, now serving s Associte Director Reserch, hs been nmed to succeed Mr. Clxton s Dlrec tor Reserch, reporting to Mr. Btes, W. N. Hrtmn, Jr.. n o w serving s Assistnt Tresurer nd Generl Credit Mnger hs been selected to hed second new stff function be Ing set up, New Product Coordintion, nd will report to Mr. Btes. Mr. Bckstrnd sid tht this function will be responsible for serving s clering house for entire compny on Informtion bout mjor new product development projects, for ssembling dt to evlute projects, nd for ssisting In setting priori Exmintions For Stte Policc Set. Col. Joseph D. Rutter, 8tte Police Superintendent, yesterdy nnounced tht loctions throughout stte hve been stffed fully to conduct t h e written entrnce exmintions for New Jersey Stte Police Acdemy tomorrow t :30 p.m., being held-t-n. J. Ntionl Gurd Armory, Jockey Hollow Rd., Morristown; Trenton Artillery Armory, Egg e r t s Crossing Rd. Lwrencevllle, nd U. S. Nvl Reserve Trining Center, Memoril Ave., Cmden; All pplicnts must be not less thn 22 yers ge or more thn 35 yers s Dec., 05, t lest five feet, eight Inches nd not more thn six feet, four inches without shoes. Weight cn not be less thn 50 pounds nor more thn 225 pounds, well proportioned. Those receiving pssing mrk ln written test will be notified when to pper for medicl nd physicl exmln- tlons. As mny men fll to pss medicl exmintion due to b d tonsils, w x in ers, nd bdly devited sep turn, lt ls suggested se conditions be corrected. Mny pplicnts lso fil In physicl exmintion whlcb consists strenuous physicl tests nd should prepre for this phse tests.. No ppliction ls necessry prior to written exmintion. Appliction blnks will be completed fter successfully pssing written, medl cl nd physicl tests. Furr informtion nd Instructions cn be obtined t nerest Stte Police brrcks. Sles The Grnd Union Compny for four-week period ended July 27, totled ties nd timetbles for thocs $32,687,565, lt ws nnounced thi.t re pproved. this week by Lnsing P We re confident tht this Shield, president Estern food chin. This repre Intensive development effort should enble us to mrket sents n Increse 2.7. per over next severl yers cent over sles $28,996,947 series high volume n e w ln comprble period Armstrong products tht serve 956. customer needs even better Grnd Union sles for t h e thn we hve been ble to do first 2-week period., ln pst," Mr. Bckstrnd sid. Enjoy one Americ s gret freedoms. Attend churob your choice this weekend. Grnd Union Announces Sles Continue To Rise compny s current fiscl yer, which ended July 27, were $67,457,00, representing n Increse 5.3 per cent over sles $45,26, 806 In corresponding period yer go; y u u v M i u u m t M U i u u i i i w i i u u n m H m u u i u i i i i i i i i Television Service Rdio* & Smll, Applinces Repired. 27 Y ers in B usiness YQUR WESTINUnOUSE DEALER ~... TENEYCKRONSON.lrtC. ; 283 UPPER MAIN ST. M/I -600 MATAWAN, N. J. Clening - Dyeing - Repir - Storge C sv *-6 t y New Jerseys Most Modern Equipped Rug Clening Plnt & % S. Boyes Rug Clening Co. Cll: 4th nd N. Stevens Ave. SO -582 South Amboy, N. J. Free Pickup & Delivery Service BEFORE YOU BUILD... Bl SURE TO PLAN ON A /. OPtNS, SHUTS tmm&ci 2, u m m DURABILITY/ s.s u m -s m i 4. m m i m t i 5. WtATHlR-Timt 6. m-proott 7. BURGIAR-PROOF/ 8. Q u m v - im i INStAUm B lec jo BASEMENT DOOR A horn* without bum.nl ntry chet* you much living pleiur*. A p*rmn*nt, ll-mitl BII(o glv*i you lot mor* oirt fifol ll llnki your hom. with th* out-doonj mkoi itoroq* ijmp!», *iyi ilmpllfi*! lundering; on olh*r tiksi h*tpi t*rvkf nd dilivtry m«nj nd mlm It poiilbt* for you to hov. fully-«qulpp*d rvmpti room, d*ip-fr**n un f, nd eth*r vitl bln < iqutprn*nt..wh*n... you * f It ilip,.", youll. Iii ilit on o Bllci :o f for your horns! Mtwn Lumber Co. The F rie n d ly LumUvr Yrd Telephone M A SUTPHIN A V E. MATAWAN Schb Grdutes D. S. Army Pvt. Robert R. Schb, son Mr. nd Mrs. Louis Schb, Jr., 224 Seeley Ave., Kensburg, recently ws (srduted f r o m generl supply entry course t Arn.y s Qurtermster School, Fort Lee, V. During elghvweek course, Pvt. Schb studied dministrtive procedures, stock r e c o r d control, nd storge nd Issue supplies. He entered Aimy in Februry 957, nd completed bsic trining t Fort Bennlng, O. The 22-yer-old soldier ls 956 grdute Pce College, New York. Bird At Fort Dlx Pvt. Robert O. Bird, 9, 84 Fourth St., Union Bech recently hs rrived t Fort Dlx nd hs been ssigned to B Com pnythird Trining Regiment U. S. A m ir NOTES About Are Men nd Women in tbe ArmedServices v : Infntry.rining Center, for eight weeks bsic trining Prior to entering Army, Pvt. Bird ttended Keyport High School. During his trining he will receive instruction l generl militry subjects. Infntry wepons nd tctics, s well s chrcter guidnce p ro grms under post chplin.. After Initil eight weeks, be will be given two-w e e k leve nd tben receive eight more weeks dvnced Infntry trining, be enrolled in one t h e specilist schools conducted t Fort Dlx or be trnsferred to nor Army post for trining in one Army s technicl schools. Wever Finishes Course U. S. Army Pvt. Wrren J. Wever, 23, whose wife, Jo Anne, lives t 678 Grnd Ave., The Bronx, recently completed intermedlti-speed rdio opertors course t Army s Armor Trining Center, Fort Knox, Ky. The 2-week course trined Pvt. Wever to receive trnsmit by Morse code over vrious type? rdio equipment nd to service equipment. Pvt. Wever, son Mr. nd Mrs. Allen C. Wever, 8 Dlb- Ung St., Union Bech, entered Army ln Februry 957, nd completed bsic trining t Fort George G. Mede, Md. While civilin, he worked t Chemicl Corn Exchnge Bnk, New York. Wgner Visits Settle C. P. Wgner, Englnemn Firemn Apprentice, USN,son Mr. nd Mrs. M. Wgner, 04 Shore Concourse, Keyport, ls visiting Settle, Wsh., bord rdr picket destroyer USS Forster. One 22 U. S. Nvy ships visiting Northwestern port for nnul se fir, t h e Forster hs been open to public (luring her sty. The se fir,is 0-dy pg- ; j ent specttor nd prticl- ptlon entertinment designed to point out Puget Sound - re s one boting cpitls world. Mritime fetures included silbot regtt, slmon fishing derbies, crew nd outbord rces, wter-ski shows,. decorted ycht prde nd : U. S. chmpionship rce f o r unlimited - hydroplne speedbots on Lke Wshington. Johnson On Exercises. In Germny U. B. Army Pfc. Fred Johnson, whose wife, Josephine, lives on Allen St., Keyport, recently prticipted in fivedy field trining exercis* with th Airborne Dlvl- sion s 504th Infntry in Ger mny. Pfc. Johnson, son Mr. ntf Mrs. Albert Johnson, 782 Greenwood A v e.,. Lwrence. Hrbor, is riflemn In 504th?s Compny E. He entered Army in Jnury 955, received bsic trining t F oit Cmpbell, Ky., nd rrived ln Europe in Februry 955. The 2-yer-old soldier ttended Mtwn High School. Bryne At Fort Brgg Mr. nd Mrs. Frnk Bryne nd children, George nd Betty, Atlntic St., Keyport, recently returned home following three-dy visit with ir son, Frnk, jr., t Fort Brgg, N. C. In event tht his friends would like to write, Frnks ddress ls Pvt. Frnk Bryne. BA , F.B.I., 7T Specil Forces Group Airborne, Fort Brgg, N-, C. Enlists In Mrines Robert Lwrence Hunt, Mrlboro Township, recently enlisted ln U. S. M rin. Corps, lt ws nnounced by Mrine Corps recruiting fice, Asbury Prk. 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