Document 5037

"Blitz Building"
Feared By Currie
Copeland Leaves
Madison Schools
Board President Wants
Township Ordinance;
VanCleaf, Per Capita
Magill Replacement;
ip> Kengetter Hired; Get
Bayview Church Rooms
Grayson- VanCleaf, chairman
Tomorrow will terminate the
Member National Editorial Association — New Jersey Press Association — Monmouth County Press Association
of the finance committee of tho
period of service of Lex H. Cope,
Matawan Borough C o u n c i l ,
land
as superintendent of
at the joint meeting of
MATAWAN, N. J., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER IS, 1955
Single Copy Seven Cents warned
schools in Madison Township 87th YEAR — 11th WEEK
that body with the Matawan
Last Thursday the township
Township Board of Education
board of education accepted his
and the Matawan Township
Ask Public Street
Committee the borough faces
resignation so he might accept
disaster
unless the method of
Marlboro
Township
Comthe post of superintendent at ((
maintaining tho unified school
midee was asked Thursday to
vLambertvllle. Mr. Copeland
district is shifted from an asmake a public street of
sessment to a per capita basis.
came to Madison Township from
Brown's Hd., MorK.inville, so
be maintained and
Mr. VanCleaf pointed out the
serving as principal in Atlantic
John Marz, Jr., Questions Statement
, Itnot might
a nuisance to residents
maximum new homesites the
Highlands three years ago.
Made
By
Board
Of
Education
President;
living along It.
borough could sustain would be
His successor will be Charles
Checking All Phases Of School Finances
400 while in the township It
The road is now a private
C. Magill, now superintendent
would be 4000. The districts
at Oceanport. Mr. Magill has Mayor John Marz, jr., lashed my main concern is the cost to right - of - way supposedly 33
now
share the expense on a rafeet
wide.
been with the Oceanport. systhe taxpayer."
out
at
"wild
Buess'.vork
and
fantio
of their assessments. With
Three
persons
livingalong
tem seven years. He Is 40 years
The
mayor
added
he
would
the township gaining potentialold and has been in the teach tastic figures" on the school have more to Gay aa tho study the road expressed diverse
ly 10 times the children to eduIng field 18 years. He will re problem in a statement issued of school finances progresses. and at times heated opinions
cate the borough does, yet not
about the 33-foot roadway
>.ceive $6600, plus $500 expenses. at the close of yesterday's MaAttorney Reports
keeping pace in the acquisition
^nhe same as Mr. Copeland was tawan T o w n s h i p municipal In other business, the com- -which they said the public lias
of desirable ratables, Mr. Vanused for more than 50 years.
paid.
mittee received a report from
meeting.
The
mayor
declared
Cleaf
saw the borough chained
Charles It. Smith nntl Louis
Mr. Magill holds both bacheEzra W. Karkus, township atto n grim situation. He bellevlor's and master's degrees in he was making the statement torney, that total sales of tax Liicbcck complained of dust
pd that only by goint on a per
education from the University because he had been criticized lien properties at the recent conditions and said the origicapita basis could the joint school
of Pittsburgh. Mr. Copeland for not giving answer to quer- auction was $3005 plus $24 for nal straight line of the road
district be maintained.
obtained his education at Em- ies hurled at him by Edward tax equivalent and advertising. lias been lost, trees have
sprung up and the (ravelled
porla State College, Kansas,
Edward W. Currie, board
The total of offers submitted portion has shir led gradually
W.
Currie,
board
president,
and
and at Rutgers.
'president, in warning against
others
at
Monday's
joint
meetfor
special
consideration
was
onto their properties.
the impact of developments,
Board Members Clash
plus $513 tax equivalent.
They declared they are willfound a disparity between the
Mr. Copeland's resignation ng of the board, borough coun- $900
This
applies
to
lots
for
the
towncil
and
township
committee.
ing to give tho township any
borough and township already.
,-ivas not accepted without clash
ship first aid squad and the title necessary to the road and
Mayor
Marz
said
he
had
held
Ho pointed out the borough has
' within the ranks of the board,
Veterans of Foreign Wars.
his
silence
only
because
he
was
Fred
VonHodcck
made
the
•10 children in grammar school
even though keen regret was
Fisher and Elsie Hall, New same promise. About 10 famwhile the township, with 266 at
expressed by all the members convinced figures being quoted York,
bought
lots
46-47,
in
Block
ilies live along tin; street.
at the loss of his services. When at the meeting were oo muoh in S S G l ' f i h U
.Mi-.;
i'—iixi—reliable—discussion
The committee alter lengthy
lias 926. In high school there
i ,
could be carried on. He declar- plus $24 equivalent. Roosevelt discussion, referred the probare 107 from the borough, 192
the teachers committee, ad- ed his statement would show and Ruby Bethune, Third Ave.,
lem to the township attorney
rom the township and 98 tulvanced a proposal to hire Otto this to be true.
CUffwood, paid $200 plus $23 for to determine what steps would
ion students, or a total of 457.
Kengetter, former township po The mayor said he was es- lots 7-8. 36-38 in Block 1. Oscar
have
to
lie
taken
to
make
it
This makes the township total
lice chief, as attendance offi- pecially critical of Mr. Currie Cross, CUffwood. bought lots 13
a
public
road.
enrollment 1118, while the borr
cer at a salary of $2000 per having based his talk on an esti- 16 in Block W for $200 plus $28.
ough's is 816. Yet, Mr. Currie
year plus $500 traveling expen- mated cost of $250 per pupil in Roy S. and Kathryn Matthews,
pointed out, the present ratio
ses, it was directly challenged the district in arriving at a pro- CUffwood, paid $150 for Lot 3
(•}>y James White, chairman of jection of what adding 1000 In Block 29. The tax equival's Police Chief donated fielders' glavi's lo be presented to Hie two boys on the cham- on assessments Is for the townthe finance committee. Mr.
pionshipp Al.it:uv;in Orioles Little lliirijcr
tram who niaiic the most home runs. Their an- ship to make a 40 per cent conggcr League tea
in the township would ent will be set by the governnual banquet was held lust nislit.
White wanted to know why the homes
s . The squud
q d iss sho
hown wuariiiK bl.v/crs civcii them at the dinner. tribution to school costs while
mean.
The
mayor's
statement
'"B
body.
Dietrich
Bros.,
Inc.,
l team:
t
Tt
Ci
I lie
Trout
row, Councilman
Victor Arnu-Ilino. manager, with Vic, Jr.: Hilly Brewer: the borough, with fewer chilboard was prepared to pay an
Charles
St.,
Matawan,
paid
Don Zeni; Larry Cl.irito; Fred Moser. Middle row: Hob Gold; Bmcu Guiiklc; John Coon; T'ur- dren, puts in 55 per cent.
attendance officer $2500 when it follows:
'I question the President of $115 Plus $28 for lots 95-98 in
vis Peeler. Jtear row: Frank Banufato; I'erriu Coon, assistant nianacer lln buck): Rich WenSituation Will Get Worse
had failed to offer Mr. Copeland
Block 5 of Woodflelds. This ofHolmdel
Cnmmitteemen
ner;
Clilei John ,T. Flood; Davcy Jones; Dieter Johnson; Pole Bennett; Tony Bucco. coach.
the
Board
of
Education's
perWith this difference now In
an increase in salary sufficient
fer
was
accepted,
even
If
beWe
. Surplus To
existence, Mr. Currie foresaw
to retain his services. Mr. centage of 2.2 per pupil to the low the minimum, because a
it getting Infintoly worse if 100O
Copeland could have been re family attending the public half lot Is included in the offer. Avoid Impost In 1956
Train Stalled Sunday
because by a check it
homes
are permitted to go up
lained luul the attendance probAnnllus and Carmalla Devlno, Members of the
is
estimated
there
are
1500
Matawan Fire Department
in the township. He estimated
lem been kept on a former baMatawan,
offered
$815
plus
homes
in
Matawan
Township.
was called, out at 11:40 p.m.
Township Committee
t would take bonding of $1000
sis, in Mr. White's opinion, and
$493 for
/z lota in Woodfields. discussed ways and
Township Enrollment 1118
Sunday when word was teleper new pupil, or at a ratio of,
^ r . Copeland could have offerThe
offer
was
rejected
because
"The
report
of
the
Superinnhoned
to
borough
police
that
get out of the inconsltency of
22 children to each 10 houses,
e d the extra expenditure now
tendent of Schools shows an at- It averaged only $10 per lot.
the Diesel locomotive on the
having $71,99!) cash surplus on
$2,200,000 to odd the 75 roorr.3
being applied to it.
Assistant Prosecutor
Towns Can Object
Wants
To
Move
Barrack
tendance
from
Matawan
TownCentral
Itailroud
of
New
Jerhand
yet
having
to
put
an
emthe influx would require. Ho
Mr. White was criticized by
Asks Facilities At
Oct. 4; Add Cherney
sey train due in Matawan
declared this would put to
several board members for con- ship of 1118. This is far below The township committee was ergency appropriation of up to
Fviatawan Orioles Dinner from Jersey City at 10:58
naught the efforts the present
necting the Copeland matter to the 2.2 per pupil per family. Of asked to approve moving a bar- $10,000 in iiie 1956 budget be
To Police Force
rack
by
Mrs.
Lucille
Jones,
of
p.m., had run out of water.
cause of a deflcirnty in this
board had made to get all chilthis situation. Mr. Thompson course, no allowance Im» been
Assistant
Prosecutor
John
W
CUffwood.
She
claimed
that
the
made
for
pupils
attending
St.
year's account for road repair
Matawan firemen arrived at
Mayor Spafford W. Schanck dren on full time. He ventured
held Mr. White was ignoring
AjMlegate
told
a
gathering
of
barrack
failed
to>
conform
to
the
Joseph's
Parochial
School.
work,
passenger station and announced at Tuesday's Coun- to say a three-session school day
the fact that last year there
the Matawan Orioles an- the
waited for the train to arrive cil meeting that Oct. 4 had been would come about If all 1000
were 27,000 school days lost by "The total enrollment in the building code only in the ceil- Daniel S. Ely, township clerk, 30 atdinner
at
the
Magnolia
Inn
ing
beams
and
that
could
be
borough
and
township
Is
2032.
which
was sometime after set as the date for a hearing houses were built and occupied
poor attendance, affecting the
explained that while $16,000 had
night that juvenile delin- midnight.
When the train did in Trenton before the State Wa in the near future.
district's state aid. This meant which at the rate of $250 per corrected by a contractor for a been put in the budget this year lust
quency
was
non-existent
In
Ma'few
dollars."
Mayor
Marz
nn average of 18 days per pu- pupil is in excess of one-half
for road work and 526,500 In tawan and the youth of the bor- arrive it was learned it would ter Policy Commission on the Tred Wenzel, a member of
noted
barracks
brought
in
beuseless to put water in the borough's application. All mu'Ppll, Mr, Thompson pointed out, million dollars. The public is
bond anticipation notes had
(Continued on page four)
had "a splendid record." be
engine for a leak bad develop- nicipalities from Perth Arabpv
enough to pull the district at- ,ed to believe that this amount fore fulled to conform in more "".. ,».;.t!iorized for the •*.;*?4 gvifb.
li.KiJ. Applegate felt, .however ifi
w.iys
than
this
anrl
uedared
i\e
Is
raised
by
the
taxpayers.
This
itnt!
as
fast
as
Vater
was
to
Union
Beach
have
been
1
.
8
(continued on page four)
oe'Miir/.'earlier,
this
-year,
the
this record was not secure be- put Into the engine it ran out. vited to attend in case they wish
.
i * y does not present a true picture would not Vefmlt action "Until total of those two funds would
because it does not take into Homer Matteson, building In- no more than equal what is ow- cause no concerted effort was
The train was stopped In to make objejetion to Matawan'
being made lo provide adequate
consideration state aid of $148.- spector, submitted an opinion.
eri-'ractor. C. H. Sut- recreational facilities In the bor- front of the station and the tapping the understrata of wa
Mrs.
Jones
also
wanted
Fourth
704.71 for the school year 1955Diesel engine .shut oU. Pass- ter.
phen, Freehold,'for the work
1956, taken from the budget St., Clilfwood, opened Its full under the program. Mr. Sut- ough. He charged adults had engers on the train were transOn Jan. 11 the council pass
a
record
of
"errors"
and
''strike
statement of the School District length.
ferred to the Pennsylvania
pnen's bill is for $44,725.41.
Rabbi Announces
Myndert Bonnema, CUffwood Mr. Ely explained this left outs" on projects advanced train which passes through ed a resolution regulating the
of Matawan Township.
salaries
of probationary patrol
"According to figures submit- Beach, submitted a petition of the tonwship with no blanace thus far toward meeting the Matawan at 12:08 a.m., which men. Councilman Grayson Van
Special Services
Monmouth Donates
ted and certified by the Mon- 240 signers asking that all "per- for road work for the reamin- problem. He said the mounting made a special stop to pick Cleaf asked that this resolution
At Local Synagogue
j $16,489, Red Cross
mouth County Board of Taxa- manent" township employees ing four months of the year. population growth called for im- up the passengers for shore which set the salary at $3000
tion, the Township of Matawan be put under civil service and This became a serious matter, mediate action.
points on the New York & for the first six months and Rosh Hashana, the Jewish
Chairman Reports
pays the schools $150,913.85 for the issue be on the ballot Nov. he pointed out, as extensive Councilman Victor Armelllno l.ontr Branch Railroad.
$3146.66 for the second six New Year of 5716, will be obmanager
of
the
team,
recalled
a
David E. Landers, chairman 1118 pupils of the township 8.
road damage was caused by the good beginning had been made
The Central train remain- months be rescinded. This was served Saturday and Sunday
of the Monmouth County Chap- which averages approximately Street lights were asked for rainfall during the Augusut hured in Matawan until another done. Mr. VanCJenf then Intro- and on Monday, Sept. 26, there
ter, American Red Cross, has $135 per pupil and does not take Beverly PI. and Prospect Ave., ricanes. It is the type damage when he had served on the engine was sent from Kcd duced a resolution setting the will be the annual observance
council in Mr. Applcgate's time
announced that M o n m o u t h into consideration any of the and Pinehurst Dr. and Shore
Hank to take It to Bay Head probationary salary at $3200 for of Yom Kippur, the day of
County has oversubscribed the revenues of the school such as Concourse, CUffwood B e a c h . •which it would be both dan- but it had not been followed Junction.
the entire year. This resolu atonement.
Red Cross flood disaster quota, tuition. This $135 per pupil to Committeeman Stephen J. Ka- gerous and wasteful to ignore through. He said that now a
tion was adopted by unanimous The schedule of services In
originally set at $7500 and later the taxpayer Includes bond re- lleta. asked a light on Lower until a new budget can be adopt- Little League field for 1956 was
tho Keyport Synagogue for Rosh
vote.
increased to .$10,000, and resi- .irement and Interest. The $250 Main St. be moved, to a new lo- ed and a new program under- planned by the borough, but
will be as follows: Totaken next spring, Otis Seaman, the older fellows were still with
After the amendment to the Hashana
dents, firms and organizations Ilgure quoted by the board.pres- cation on that street.
morrow (Friday), 6:45 p.m.;
out adequate facilities.
salary resolution had been Saturday
have donated $16,489.15.
ident excludes bond retirement Trees sprouting from butts township engineer agreed.
and Sunday services
He hailed Mr. Applegate and
adopted, Francis P. Cherney, a
' jMonmouth's quota was Incre- and interest.
were declared to have become Queries Taxpayer's Reaction
8:30 a.m.; Torah reading,
former special officer in Mata at
ased when the National Red "I am making a thorough such a hazard at Wayside Dr. Committeeman John S. Hol- Leo Weinstein, former borough
10:30 a.m.; sermon, 11 a.m.;
wan Township, was named nnri benediction.
Cross needs for the northeas- check of all phases of school fi- and Prospect Ave. and Beverly mes was caustic over what the attorney, for underwriting the
1 p.m. and Mlncha
nsen of the dinner lion
confirmed
asa
probationary
oftern states disaster mounted nances as they affect the town- Dr. in CUffwood that something reaction of taxpayers would be
Chief Flood Warns Of ficer In the borough.
services, 6:45 p.m.
from $8,000,000 to $10,000,000. ship to eliminate wild guess would have to be donn »bout after reading Blowing accounts oiing the team as champions
For Yom Kippur the services
Congestion, Locking
of the township's financial po- of the buyshore division of the
Mr. Landers said gifts still arc work and fantastic flem-es, as
To Install New Street Lights will begin Sunday. Sept. 25.
sition. He failed to see Hie log- Monmouth County Little Bigger
Cars Left In Lots
being received, but. no active
Councilman R o b e r t Colot, with Kol Nidre, 6:30 p.m. and
ic in having money idle in a League. The two former borcampaign is in progress, and
chairman of the light commitSchool Board Member's bank while the township was ough officials also presented Chief John J. Flood, Mata- tee, was authorized to install sermon at 7 p.m.; Monday,
he expressed his thanks to all Six Hurt In Blast
Sept. 26, Yom Kippur services,
each
boy
with
a
trophy
emblepaying
interest
on
notes.
the generous people who parti- At Old Bridge
wan
Police,
yesterday
made
an
five
new street lights in various
Car Taken, Youth Fined
a.m.: Torah reading, 10:30
cipated on behalf of the flood
Mr. Seaman was asked to con- matic of their championship appeal to borough citizens to ob- sections of the borough. Two of 8:30
a.m.; sermon, 11 a.m.; Yizkor
victims."
Six persons were hurt as an For taking a car belonging to sult with Joseph J. Seaman, status.
serve practices which will ease these will be placed on Center (memorial services). 11:30 a.m.;
Team Given Illazcrs
regulation of certain activities. Ave., and one each on Harding Mlncha services, 5 p.m. and
•'• 1*Mr. Landers received the fol- explosion and fire wrecked a Clifford F . Reeves, Matawan Perth Amboy, to fix the exact
lowing wire from Ellsworth one-story building at the Old school board member, from in amount needed, then application Mr. Armellino declared that With schools open again, the Blvd., Taylor Hd., and New NeiUa, the concluding service,
though
the
contributions
of
othBrunswick Ave. near Miriam 0:15 p.m.
Bunker, Washington, president Bridge paper converting plant front of the Reeves residence will be made to the State De- e r
partment of Local Government
Public spirited citizens, It had chief suggests that parents Ave.
of the Nattonul Red Cross:
on Atlantic Ave. on Aug. 28, for the right to use surplus become possible to present the bringing-children to the Broad An ordinance was passed on Stresses Purpose of Holidays
of
W.
Ralston
It
Co.,
Inc.,
"Wish to ndvlse you that
whole team with blazers. Mala- St. School park on Main St. and first reading vacating Maple Rabbi Seymour Wadler stressthrough generosity of the Amer- Thursday. The blast leveled Thomas Sweeney, Texas Rd., funds ngainst'the deficiency.
es that the holidays! of Rosh
wun Police Chief John J, Flood walk their youngsters to the
Question
was
raised
If
tho
Morganville,
was
fined
$100
by
ican people, our chapters have the 4O-by-5O foot structure which
gave fielder's gloves to Delter school building. The chief Terr, near Oak St.. which has Hashana and Yom Kippur are
reported In contributions and Is part of the plant's technical Magistrate Jamea H. Martin, township should have to expend Johnson and David Jones, the points out that the streets near never been laid out.
religious days' .specifically set
$1900 lor the repair of Beers St.
pledged gifts to the Red Cross tape division.
Matawan, Monday. He was ar- »'»„ — — „ - - , » — — ; two players hitting the most the school are narrow and be- Councilman E. Story Hallock, aside for prayers, meditation
l^lood Disaster Fund more than
chairman
of
the
fire
commitcome conpested with the mov(Continued on page eight)
and self-examination and sym$10,000,000. This assures Us of Those hurt were the only per- raigned by State Motor Vehicle 'private property and water
ing and out of school children tee, was authorized to spend bolize some of the most imsufficient funds to meed ade? sons in or near the building Inspector James Philburn. A
(Continued on page four)
$300 to replace the roof on the portant tenets of the Jewish
Trucking
going
down
Church
New Fuel Oil Firm
tfhatcly Red Cross requirements when the blast occured shortly Juvenile accomplice Is being
St, complicates the problem Washington Engine House.
fnlth.
In eastern states flood relief op- after 6 p.m. About 100 persona subjected to a Juvenile court McElvaine-Schanck Post Opens In Matawan
Discuss Water Accounts
from a safety angle. The chief
He explained Unit Rosh Hascharge by Chief John J. Flood,
eration.
Inform the people
therefore, feels that If parents A long list of delinquent watborough police. The pair found Installation Oct. 23
George Dronken, owner of the would keep their private cars er accounts was reported by hana, literally "head of tho
within your chapter jurisdiction are employed at the plant.
(Continued on page four)
that with funds available contri- Sayrevllle, East Brunswick the car had been left with the The institution of the newly- Matawan 33akery, Maiii St., Mn- out of the area at times when Councilman Cyrus K. Brown,
buted and pledged, no further and Madison Townships dis- keys In It, according to tho formed McElvalno - Schanck tawnn, and Andrew Bullnaky, sessions are going in and lct- chairman of the water commitcontributions are necessary. patched fire equipment and am- chief.
221B. Veterans of Foreign Matawan, have opened a fuel tlnu out, much of the extra traf- tee, which he said had been de- Mrs. Lavoic Is Grand
William Psolko, Edison, was Post
Chapter leadership in this effort bulances to the scene.
Wars, Matawan Borough, and oil, keroseno nnd oil burner fic regulation and accompany- linquent for some time. Hu re- Jury Deputy Foreman
arraigned
by
Patrolman
James
has been outstanding nnd wo
tho Installation of officers will service business with an office ing danger to children walking quested councllmen to meet
nre grateful for your support. Two of the Injured, Donald Volk, borough police, for driv- bo held on Sunday, Oct. 23. Theat 17 Little Kt. The firm will across the streets could bo elim with him to deckle what to do Mrs. Miriam C, Lavoic, 1EdBOPlease take this opportunity to <ctts, 27, Vlneynrd Avo., Mor- ing over the center lino while charter will be open for 90 days oiieratn under the trade iiumo ina led.
to bring about their collection rnere Dr., Mutawun, wus , namthank all those who have con- gan, and Orlando Sedn, 33, 310 conversing with the driver of a following the Institution of the of Matnwnn Fuel Oil Company.
without, turning eff the water. ed deputy foreman of the Sepcar
going
in
the
same
direction
,'. ^buted so willingly to this dis- Highland St., Cresskill, were
Mr. VanCleaf reported the fil- tember !;e;;>iion grand jury by
post. This was decided at the Mr. Bronkeu who has been a Shoppers Should Lock Cars
on
Aug.
22.
Tito
defendant
paid
taken
to
Middlesex
General
Hosaster fund the chapter and commeeting of the post held Mon- resident of Malawnn since 1937, A second Miggcsllon from Ma- 1K of five buildiniT permits In Superior Court Judge Frank T.
$o
and
$4.
Thomas
L.
Seymour,
pital,
New
Brunswick,
where
tawan's
police
chief
is
that
Lloyd, Jr. Mrs. Lnvole Is tho
munity leadership which has
day night In the Matawan 1'ub- has been operating the MataAugust totaling $5!l,4O0.
made this mngniflclont effort they were treated for first and Cartorot, paid $15 and $4 costs
Health Center with Acting wan Bakery for the past 1U .shopper:! should bo careful of A total of 33 visits wa.s re- wife of Stephen D. Lavole, head
for having no dvlvor's license Commander
second dogroe burns.
their
curs
parked
In
parking
of
Lavoic Laboratories, Inc.,
years
while
Mr.
Dullnsky
has
possible."
Victor 11. Armplported by the Matawan Public
Four others wero released aft- and Jl and $4 costs for disre- Uno, presiding,
hail many years of experience areas -not easy to watch. A HeiiHli Association 'nurse' during Moi'Kanvillc arid she also Is an
er treatment tit St. Peter's- Hos- garding a rod light on charges
executive with the firm.
In fuel oil and oil burner serv- woman reported to police that August.
Matawan First Aid
pital, also In Now Brunswick. entered by Patrolman. Volk Auu Installation of officers' will be ice.
$111 worth of groceries were stol- Now drivers for the lire en- Henry Dreyur, Jr., Howell
conducted
by
Slate;
Commnmlnr
28,
This
ofiicor
charged
Mary
They were Charles .Dnvld, ApThe nnw Matawan firm will en recently from the parking gine of (he M. E. Haley Hose Township farmer, was appointAnswers 54 Calls
pleby Ud., Old Bridge; Ills wife. Li. Hicks, Holmdol Rd., Marl- Frank G, Halm, Union City, as- oiioriilo on a U'l hour .service areu back of the Acme store on
wore named and con- ed lcu'cimin iilid for the first
-JofJeph l''aiTcll, Captain of the Katlicrlna; Frank1 Anclorlub, 201 boro Township, with driving sisted by Chief ot Staff Antvello basis supplying tho bayshoro Main St.. Checking her car, the Company
firmed rig follows: Alphonso Ka- time in Monmouth County the
Matawan first Aid and Rescue 3. Mnln St., Milltown, and Wal- over tho white lino Aug. 27. ShoMnnedez.
chler
found
she
lincl
left
tho
winarea
residents
with
fuel
oil,
polla, George Magnennt, Joseph deputy foreman and nlno other
Announcement was maclii that
Squad, Inc., presented tho An- ter Trechok, Route 21. New paid $(! and $4 coals.
members of the grand, jury mo
tho colors will bo ready by tho kcroscna and oil burner sorv- dows opened and had nonleetod Vacciirillu, Onorgn Viator, Z:
$ ./3t report at the Kqtincl meet- Brunswick.
Trooper W. J , O'Connor, of date of the Institution ot the Ico with a inianintoG of prompt- to lock It. Likewise, the drlv- Anson and Robert Buceo.
women.
ing on Monday evening. There At the time of the explosion. Howell State Pollco, arraigned
ness, cifflulcnty and courtesy at TK of 10 other cars In tin* area Michael F. Kld/.u.s a member JiuliH' Lluyil outlined Us tlilwere 54 calls answered as fol- Mr, David was working In a Jnmes Dorney, Water St., Ma- post.
all times.
lincl loft their eniM unlocked and of the newly organized McKl- tlcr: In I lie newly-dioson Jury aftlows: Accident, nine; emer- machlno shop while his wife wa.i tawan, for driving without The first annual dnnee to be
he keys In them. All a cur vtilne-Schnnck Post lUMfl, Vet- er the il.'l members worn sworn
gency transportation, 13: trans- wlndl'is: lapo on a reel In a lights, Ho was fined $4 nnd $4 stinted by tho post will bo held
thief had to do wa.s to got In erans of foreign Wars, MutriOther Ki'nnd Jurors from
Drive Successful
Saturday night. In tho IICKIOII
portation, ID; flrcu, 10; para building. Ho said ho hoard his costs.
nnd drive uff. Chief Flood em- wan Borough, extended an In- this area arc John 11. Gurcy, 28
Hnll, Main St. MUHUI will bo
dos, two, miscellaneous, two. wife's screams, ran In nnd oarTho
recent
drlvo
for
canned
phasizes Hint Main wan does not vltntlon to the mayor and coun- Sunset Avo., Matawiui, plant
furnlnliod by Walt Stacgnr'.s orMembers of tho Squad, ac- rlcd liar to safety,
Curd of Thanks
goods and clolliliiir for u,<m hi liavo the menus to maintain a cil to attend the Institution and superintendent; Mrs. Elizabeth
companied by tho Matawan
I wish to oxprons my slncorn chestra.
tho flood ui'cu, concluded by St. liollco force that can detail men Installation of officers of the Welgaml, Holmdol Hd,, Rarltan
Flro Department and Its Drum Now York T»rni>lko
thanks to nil thoso who brought
Joaeph'H Council, Knights of to watch parking lots with all
i
Noitoc*
Township, hoiiKowlfo: Richard
and Buglo Corps, will attend tl.Ofi round trip. Frequent holp nnd comfort to mo in my I will not bo responsible) for Joluntbtifi, wn.s very successful. other duties, Tho chief asks post to be held on the night of D, Trcnory, ;)f>8 Main St., KeansOat. 23. Tho governing body
the Firemen's Day Faiado In Borvlco. Convonlont, ooonoml- traglo hour of borcavomoni,
Tho
Council
wishes
to
thank
all
any debt* contracted by my
drivers to lock cars when leav- iccepted Iho Invitation.
burg, merchant and Mrs. Hona
AHnnllo City on Saturdny aftcr- cal,
thosu who contributed no K
For tlmo schedule cull
Roberta James,
wlfo Josephine licnn.
ing tilings in it and be sum to
C. Dernbemei', ISrtgomoro Dr.»
rously to this worthy cause.
Koyport 1-0360.
wJfplS—adv.
JOHN 0JEAN
(continued on pugo four)
Uro you buyinti Dofonse Bonds? Matawan, housewife.
FLOOD PRESENTS GLOVES TO LEADING BATSMEN OF MATAWAN ORIOLES
Matawan Township Mayor Lashes Out At
Wild Guesswork, Fantastic Figures"
a
Appropriating For
Emergency Decried
Applegate Sees
Recreation Need
Hearing On Borough
Bid For More Water
Plan Observances
Jewish Holidays
County Tops Quota
For Flood Relief
Use Main St. For
School Parking
WEDDINGS
the best man and Jeremiah
Hourihnn, Matawan, ushered.
The bride's mother chose a
blue lace dress over pink taffeta with a pink hat, pink ac
ccssorlcs, and a corsaije of pink
roses with a blue ribbon.
A reception followed nt the
Shore Point Inn, Keyport.
For their w e d d i n g trip
through New England, the bride
splccted a blue silk dress with
a navy blue hat and accessories and a white orchid corsage.
The bride was graduated from
Keyport High School and the
Washington School for. Secre
taries, Newark. She Is a sec
etary in the public relations department of the New York Telephone Company.
The bridegroom was graduated from St. Mary's High
School, South Amboy, and is an
electrical mechanic for the
State Highway Department. He
is a veteran of World War II,
naving served three years In
he U. S. Navy. He is president of the Holy Name Society
of St. Joseph's Church, a Third
Degree Knight of Columbus of
St. Joseph Council, first lieutenant in the Keyport Fire Department, and a member of the
Keyport First Aid Squad.
The couple will reside on
Broadway. Keyport.
THf MATAWAN
' ¥
Holmes-Bellotto
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1955
I/AGE TWO
Miss Augustine Jean Bellotto,
daukhter of Mrs. Florence Bellpalms and the altar was bank- ion Beach, was the maid of hon>
otto, 55 Fulton St., Keyport, and
ed with feather carnations and or. She wore a dress of peacthe lats Philip Bellotto, became
laurel. The Rev. William B. cock blue with a matching hat
the bride of Airman First Class
Magsam,
pastor,
officiated. and veil. Her bouquet was simRobert Stanley Holmes, son o
Clinton Heyer, church organist, ilar to the bride's.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gale, Chi
played traditional wedding mu- Norman James Rose, brother
cago, Sunday, Sept. 11, 1905, a
sic and accompanied the solo- of the bride, acted as best mail.
4 p.m. in St. Joseph's Church,
ist, Richard Iquerda.
A reception at the bridoi's
Keyport.
The Rev. Edward
The bride was given In mar- home followed the ceremony.
Heissner officiated at the cere
riage
by
her
father.
She
wore
The couple will live nt 3d Osmony before an altar decorata wedding gown designed with born St., Keyport, after a weded with white and yellow gladioa
Chantilly
lace
bodice
and
nyding
trip to the New England
li and palms. Mrs. Michael Cox
lon tulle skirt over white satin. States.
was the soloist. She was ac
The front of the skirt was' ac- The bride wore a blue suit,
companled by Miss Lorotta Du
cordion pleated and edged with white accessories and a white
rante at the organ. t
rhinestones. Her. fingertip veil rose corsage for traveling.
Given in marriage by her
of illusion was caught to a The mother of the bride chose
brother, Phillip Bellotto, Wood
crown of seed pearls and she a navy blue and white polka dot
bridge, the bride wore a waltzcarried a white Bible on which dress with navy accessories and
length gown styled with a strapwas placed a white orchid and a white rose corsage.
vj
less tulle bodice over which she
feather carnations.
The bridegroom's mother was
wore a jacket of Chantilly lace
Mrs. Marian Preis, Morgan- attired in a navy blue dress,
With n. Queen Anne Collar and
ville, wns the matron of honor. navy accessories and a red rose
long sleeves pointed . at the
Her dress was aqua Chantilly corsage.
wrists. Alternate rows of tulle
lace and tulle over satin and The bride attended Keyport
and lace formed the full skirt
she carried a colonial bouquet High School and is employed by
Her lingertip-length veil of illuof yellow roses and feather car- Ralph Friedland and Brothers,
sion Jell from a crown of pearls
Keyport.
nations.
sequins and rhinestones and she
carried a white colonial bou
The bridegroom's father serv- The bridegroom is a graduate
of Keyport High School. He
quet.
ed as best man.
Ushers were Pfc. Lee Watts, served for four years with the
Miss Florence Bellotto was
Fort Monmouth, and Pfc. Don- U. S. Navy and "is employ/}!
her sister's maid of honor. Her
ald Hooton, Fort Devens, Mass. by Hanson-Van .Winkle-Munnirig,
waltz-length gown of pink tulle
was styled with an off-the-sho-ulAfter a reception at the home Co., Matawan.
der neckline trimmed with self
of the bride's parents, the
Mlchaels-I'alumbo
Wilmotl-jVIulligan
The
bride's
mother
selected
a
ruffles. Her picture hat wai
couple left for a wedding trip
MRS. DANNY TOIUO
Miss Muriel Mulligan, daugh- teal lace afternoon-length gown through the New England Sta- Announcement has been made
made of matching tulle and she
of the marriage of Miss Audter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. with a matching velvet hat nnd tes.
carried a colonial bouquet of bonnet. She carried a bosket
Izzo-Kcrpen
France-Miller
Mulligan, 14 Johnson Lane, accessories and a lavendar or- The bride was graduated from rey Palumbo, daughter of Mrs.
pink flowers.
of pink and blue flowers.
Mildred E. Palumbo, Lincroft,
Before an altar decorated Miss Edna Kerpen, daughter Keansburg, became the bride chid corsage.
Matawan High School and Is and T. R. Palumbo, Keyport,
Fred Trovato, Port-au-peck Stanley Flnelll, Newnrk, neph- with white gladioli and fern, of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Ker- of Harold P. Wilmott, son of
For her son's wedding, Mrs. employed at Lavole Laborator- to Jeryl Michaels, son of Mrs.
was best man.
pen,
Route
35,
Keyport.
was
w of the bride, was the ring Miss Patricia Anne Miller,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wilmott, Tomasello chose a powder blue
The bride's mother wore a bearer,
The
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ru- married to Neil Izzo, son of Mrs. 20 Park Ave., Keansburg, on tulle afternoon-length gown with ies, Inc., Morganville. The J. Michaels, Freehold.
bridegroom was graduated from ceremony was performed on
Jennie
Izzo,
Newman
Springs
gray silk dress with n. black hat
dolph B. Miller, 138 Freneau
Saturday, Sept. 10, 1855, at 3
and accessories and a corsage Nicholas Andreaclo. Newark, Ave.. Matawan, became the Rd., Red Bank, and the late p.m. in St. Ann's Church, a black hnt, black accessories, Wisner High School, attended Saturday, Aug. 27, 1955, at We
was the best man and Charles
and a white orchid corsage.
Northwestern State College and Presbyterian Church. Freehold,
of white roses.
bride of Edward Abbot France
Knansburff.
___Th.e.bridegroom's m. o t h ? r Ingraggatlo, Matawan, cousin Featherwyck; "North Branch, son
A reception '"•was held In He- is now serving in the U. S. Ar- The couple have returned
The Rev. Anthony Capltanl Guire's
ray.
chose, a navy blue silk dress 01 the bridegroom, and Vincent of Mr. and Mrs. Abbott W
Grove, Middletown.
from a wedding trip to Canada
performed the ceremony. Mrs. For their
with matching hat and access- Riggio, Matawan, brother of the France, Washington, D. C , Sat
wedding trip to Niand are making their home with
Mnrle
Lederhaiis
was
the
orHumphries-Rose
, the bride's mother.
ories .and a corsage of white bridegroom, ushered.
agara
Falls,
the
bride
wore
n
urday, Sept. 10, 1955, at 3 p.m,
ganist
and
Michael
Bergln,
Red
Miss
Elizabeth
Dora
Rose,
The bride's mother wore a In the Holjy Comforter Epibco
roses.
brown wool suit with a yellow
Bank, was soloist.
hat and accessories and a cor- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. De- Now is the time to advertise
A reception followed at the navy blue crepe dress with a pal Church, Kahway.
Given
in
marriage
by
her
falancoy Rose, Beachvlew Ave.,
navy
blue
velvet
-hat
and
acsage of white gardenias.
Hollo Post House, Keyport,
ther, the bride wore a floor- The bride was graduated from Union Beach, was married Sat- those unused articles for sale.
For their wedding trip through cessories and an orchid corsage. The Rev. Russell E . Potter
A small ad in the classified collenRth
Chantilly
lace
gown
over
the Middle Western states, the The mother of the bridegroom pastor, officiated at the cereHigh School, Class of urday, Sept. 3, 1955, at 4 p.m. umn will turn them into cash
blush pink satin with a short Matawan
to Kenneth Leroy Humphries,
bride selected a steel blue suit chose a gray-blue lace dress mony and the church organist
1954,
and
is
employed
by
RCA,
train, short sleeves, and boat Woodbrldge.
son of Archibald Humphries, 77 for you.
of palm beach cloth with a navy over pink taffeta with a pink played traditional wedding muneckline. Her fingertip-length
Division St., Keyport, and Mrs.
blue hat and accessories and a beaded hat, navy blue access- sic.
Tlie
bridegroom,
aiso
a
Maveil was held in place by a blush
Humphries,
New
Given in marriage by her facorsage of white roses.
ories and an orchid corsage.
tawan High School graduate, Florence
• Lady Attendant
pink
headpiece
trimmed
In
orThe bride attended Keyport For their wedding trip to Lake ther, the bride wore an after
Class of 1951, is employed by Brunswick, at St. Peter's EpisNon-Scctiirian
ange
blossoms
and
she
carried
copal Church. Perth Amboy.
High School and is employed by George, the bride selected a noon-length gown of pale avo
Gumina
Building
nnd
Construca cascade bouquet of white orFuneral Home
The
Rev.
George
H.
Boyd
perLandau Knitting Corp.„keyport. pink linen coat dress with cado taffeta styled with a bastion
Company,
New
Brunswick.
chids and stephanotis.
3(il H a n l e IM.. Keyport
He served three-and-one-half formed the ceremony before an
The bridegroom was gradu- matching accessories and cor- que fitted bodice with Peter Pan
Tel. KKvport 7-1352'
Miss Joan Mulligan, sister of years in the TJ. S. Air Force altar decorated with white chrycollar and cap sleeves trimmed
ated from Amundsen H i g h sage of white orchids.
FUNERAL DECISIONS m*J. In ti.
the bride, was maid of honor. nnd is a member of the Catholic santhemums.
School, Chicago, and is in the A reception was held at the In dark avocado. She wore
of n«ad . • • h*v* Mp*4 m«ny
She wore a pink crystallette bal- War V
The bride, given in marriage] vane*
U. S. Air Force stationed at Military Park Hotel, Newark. tiara of fresh white sweetheart
«tf*tn f»ace of tftind • - • S*our*
lerina-length gown with empire Church.
rosebuds and carried a white
by her father, wore a beige j *fo'
Twin Lights, Highlands.
p,-0iKtiv«
luitoiai foch tram M.
waist,
short
sleeves,
v-iieckllne,
The
bride
was
graduated
from
princess style off the shoulder
The couple will live in Atlan- Cleveland Junior High School old-fashioned bouquet centered
and matching headpiece. She The couple will reside in Key- dress. Her small beige hat had
with a white orchid.
tic Kighiunds.
port.
carried n colonial bouquet of
and attended Essex County Vo Miss Susan Miller, Matawan,
a matching veil and she carassorted fall flowers.
catlonal and Technical High was her sister's maid of honor.
Torlo-Clarke
Ensmingcr-Blich
ried a nosegay of babiesVbreath
MR., MRS. NEIL IZZO
Mrs. Adeline Del Prlore, Mrs. The wedding of Miss Julia Lee and white roses.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin V. School, She is employed by the Her gown of dark avocade
Mildred Schaible, and Mrs.
Clarke, 122 Ravine Dr., Mata- ,ionel Corporation, Irvington. trimmed in the lighter shade
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Miss Margaretta Koisa, UnIzzo, on Saturday, Sept. Margaret Simon, all of Kenns- Blich,
wan, announce the marriage of The bridegroom was gradu- was styled like the bride's. She Vincent
Harry A. Blich, Tennent Rd.,
0,
1955.
in
St.
Anthony's
Churchi
burg,
served
as
attendants.
their daughter, Joyce, to Danny ated from St. James Junior wore a headband of fresh yel- Red Bank.
Morganville, to Andrew J. EnTheir dark green gowns were sminger, IV, son of Mr. and
Torio, Jersey City. The cere- High School, and from East Side low sweetheart rosebuds and
mony took place on Saturday, High School. He is a carpen- carried an old-fashioned bou- The bride wore a white satin identical to the one worn by the Mrs. A. J. Ensiminger, III, Wiswedding gown and had an il- maid of honor and they had ner. La., took place Saturday,
Sept. 10. 1955, in the First Meth- ter. He is a veteran of World quet of matching flowers.
lusion fingertip length veil. She matching headpieces. They car- Sept, 3. 1955 in -Morgnnvlllc
odist Church, Plainfleld, before War II having; served in the
an altar decorated with white U. S. Army In the European Mrs. Ernest Trimmer, South had a sequin headpiece to which ied assorted fall flowers in Mpthodist Church nt 3 o"clock.
Branch, was matron of honor the veil was attached, and car- bouquets.
gladioli. The Rev. Wallace G. theater.
and her ensemble was the same ried a bouquet of gladioli which Paul Frisco, Port Monmouth, The church was decorated
Soreson officiated.
with laurel, white gladioli and
The couple will live In New- as that of the maid of honor.
had an orchid in the center.
was the best man and Joseph
The bride, who was given in ark.
Ernest T r i m m e r , Soutji Mrs. Elmer Kenworthy, Kear- L. Mulligan, brother of the
marriage by her fnthpr, wore a
Branch,, was the best man and ny. was the matron of 'honor! bride, Hugh Bower, 'nricl DougSpafford-Slahlbaum
ballerina-length wedding gown,
ushers were Wesley France, She wore a taffeta gown with as Foulis, also of Keansburg,
fashioned with a fitted bodice At a candlelight cereniony per- brother
of the bridegroom, and a matching sequin hat nnd car- ushered.
of Chantilly lace and a nylon formed Saturday evening, Sept. Allan Spooner,
both of North ried a bouquet of peach gladi- A reception was held at the
tulle skirt. Her fingertip length 10, 1955, Miss Marilynne Ann Branch.
oli. The honor attendant was Union Beach Flrehouse. The
veil of tulle was attached to a Stahlbaum, daughter of Mr. and
Frank Graziano, Matawan.
nylon cap, edged wi'h sequins. Mrs. Frederick W. Stahlbaum, The bride's mother chose a Mrs.
left for a trip to New
dress was ol peach taffeta couple
She carried a sheath of gar- 202 Main St., Matawan, became grayish blue silk afternoon dress Her
Hampshire.
and
she
carried
orchid
gladithe bride of Donald William with a beige hat trimmed In
denias.
The bride's mother wore a
oli.
rose lace gown, brown accesMrs.
Margaret Grombone, Spafford, son of Mrs. John Ka- pastel iMdescent sequins. A
A
reception
wns
held
at
the
lieta,
Edgewater
Dr.,
Matawan
corsage
of
cymbidium
orchids
sories,
and an orchid corsage.
was the matron of honor. She
Rollo Post House, Keyport, for The bridegroom's mother wore
wore a navy blue taffeta gown and William Spafford, 710 Mor- completed her ensemble.
95
guests
after
the
ceremony,
a navy lace gown, powder blue
and a powder blue feathered ningside Ave., Union Beach,
For her son's wedding, Mrs.
hat. Her corage was of orchids. The Rev. Norman Riley, pas- France selected a gray silk aft- after which the couple left for accessories, nnd also had an ora
wedding
trip
to
Canada.
They
chid corsage.
j
Bay Grombone, Mountainside, tor, officiated at the double ring ernoon dress with n pink hat,
reside on Route 35, Key- The bride is a graduate of
was best man.
ceremony in St. John's Metho- pink accessories, nnd a corsage will
port,
when
they
return.
Mlddletown T o w n s h i p High
The bride is a graduate of dist Church, Keyport. The al- of pink camellias and white rosMrs. Izzo is employed as a School. She is a secretary, with
Matawan High School, and is tar was decorated with white es.
in her senior year at Douglass gladioli and palms. Miss Grace A reception followed at the secretary by Hanson - Van- Flngstnff Foods of Perth AmWinkle-Munnimr Co., Matawan. boy. The bridegroom Is a gradCollege, New Brunswick, where Fisher, Wlckatunk, was the solo- Roselle Golf Club.
Mr. Izzo is employed as a fjas uate of De Witt Clinton High
she Is majoring in botany. The ist and Mrs. Rhea Vandermark, For
their
wedding
trip station attendant by Cities Serv- Scliuoi,
The BIUHA, uuu Eotcr.
bridegroom was educated in the organist.
rough tile I-i cw Himiund StaJersey City Schools, and is a Given In marriage by her fa- tes and Canada, the bride wore ice on the Garden State Park- Hall University. He Is with the
Marine Office of America, New
veteran of World War II. He Is ther, the bride wore a full-length a charcoal princess style dress, way.
York.
a. salesman.
gown of nylon tulle over taffeta patent leather accessories, and
Minichhio-IU'llonl
Come in Today.' Gef Ail Vou Need for Foil Planting and Assure o Pretty Garden Next
After a wedding trip to New styled with a torso bodice, scoop a white orchid corsage.
Tomasello-Larkin
Miss Angelena. Bellnni, diuiRhYork, the couple will reside in lekcline, and long sleeves point- The bride was graduated from ter
Spring. You'll like Newberrfs Wide Selection of Bulbs at Extra low Prices.
er of Mr. and Mrs. Ludwisr
Ludwisre Miss Helen Claire Larkin.
Roselle Park.
id at the wrists. Her flngertip- Matawan High School anrt *" •3elloni, Cliffwood Ave., Cllfl-jdaughter of Mr. and Mis. Wil
ength veil of French Illusion ange Memorial Hospital L
Ham A. Larkin, 25 Eighth St..
RlKKio-DlGiovlnc
fell from a crown of sequins
Keyport. beenme the bride of
Miss Assunta Mary DiGlovlne, and pearla which matched the of Nursing. She has been ,.
Sylvester Tomasello, son of Mr.j
daughter of Mrs. Annita DIGI- IOW - design border of sequins .he staff of the Morrlstown Meand Mrs. Joseph A. Tomasello.
ovine, Irvlngton, and the late and seed pearls around the morial Hospital, and has accept101 Main St., Matawan, SaturLouis DiGiavine, became the neckline of the gown. She car- ed a position with the Somerset
Hospital,
Somerville.
day. Sf-pt. 10, 1955, at 3 p.m.
bride o! Francesco Peter Rig- ried a white Bible with white
in
St. Joseph's Church, Keyport.
The bridegroom attended Law
Bio, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph glamelllas and babies'-breath.
I'l'hi! Rev. Edward Reissner of-i
rence High School. Lawrence
Rlgglo, Lloyd Rd., Matawan,
ficliHed sit the double rlnB cere-'
Sunday. Sept. 11, 1955. at 4:30 Mrs. Louis Auriemma, Mata- L. I., and Is employed by Hermony before an altar decorated j
p.m. in St. Rooco's Church, wan, cousin of the bridegroom, bert Voller Construction Comwith white gladioli. Mrs. Mi-'
Newark.
The Rev. Michael ,vas tho matron of honor. Her pany, Inc., North Branch.
direct from Holland"
chael
Cox was. the soloist and
Fulno officiated at the cere- jnkle-length gown of light blue The couple will reside In
Miss Loretta Durante was nt the
the tulip's homeland
mony before an altar decorated was made of lace over taffeta North Branch.
organ.
BORDER BEAUTY
with palms. Mrs. Anthony Cif- with n strapless bodice over
Millcr-Vanl'clt
Given in marriage by her fafell, Newark, cousin of the which'she wore a matching lace
ther, the bride woaro a full-;
bridegroom, was the soloist. bolero. She wore a shirred tul- Miss Patricia Ann VanPelt.
length gown of nylon tulle stylShe was accompanied by the le headband of pale blue and daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs, Francis
David
Van
Pelt.
219
Second
They moke levely border planti.
ed with a. basque waistline,
church orgnnlst.
carried n colonial bouquet of
St.,
Keyport,
became
the
bride
round neckilne edged with re• Red • Pink
Given in marriage by her white carnations.
of Donald Francis Miller, son
cmbroklerert lace flowers, and
• Rose Pink
brother, Pasquale DiQiovlne, Miss Kdith Olmstcnd, Mata- of Mrs. Thomas Miller, 82
short sleeves trimmed with the
Irvlngton, the bride wore a full- wan, was the bridesmaid. Her Broadwuy, Keyport, nnd the
• Light Blue
same lace flowers. The full
length gown with a chnpcl gown and headpiece were the late Mr. Miller Saturday, Sept.
• Dark Blu»
skirt also wns decorated with
sweep train styled with a lace aine as tho matron of honor 10, 1955, at 10 a.m. In St. Jo
• White
the appliqued laco flowers. Her
bodice, round neckline and long md her colonial bouquet was seph's- Church, Keyport. The
flngcrtlp-length veil of French
• Yellow
sleeves pointed at the wrist. The blue.
Rev. John J. Hendrlcks officiIllusion fell from n headpiece
full skirt hnd lnce nnnels front Robert MacArgel, Colonla, ated at the doubln ring cere- MB., MRS. A. MINICH1NO of tulle decorated with seed
and back andi Gatin panels on was the best man and ushers mony and the nuptial mnss
each side. Her fhigcrtlp-lcngth were Robert Holtz, Keyport, and which followed, before nn altar wood, became the bride of An- pearls in a leaf design. Shu
carried a cascade of white Fugi
veil of illusion fell from a. band William Francy, Malnwan,
decorated with white gladioli. thony Minlchlno, son of Mr. nnd
trimmed with Irldcsccnts. She The bride's mother chose n Mrs. Michncl Cox wns Hie solo- Mrs. Concetto Mlnlchinn. 109-04 mums and vnrloRatcd ivy.
carried a cascade bouquet of beige drees with a bronze hat ist and Miss Loretta Duranto, flflth St., Ozone Park. N. Y. nt Miss Hlnlno Krilmnnn, Mntnthe bride's home in Cliffwood wan. was the maid of honor.
white gardenias with a white nd accessories and a, corsage orgnnist.
on Thursday afternoon, Sept, 8, Her nnkle-lenRlh gown of brunt
orchid in the center.
T pink carnntlons.
Given in mnrrlaec by her fa- 1955, at 5 o'clock.
orttnnKo crystnlette was made
Miss Rose Miiscelllno, New- The bridegroom's mother se- ther, the bride wore a full length Given fn mnrrlnga by her fn- wlllt round neckline, short sleevark, wns maid of honor, She lected a maroon velvet dress gown of imported penu do solr thcr, the bride woro a wctirllni: es, and full plented sldrt. B'v
wore a floor-length eown of pow ivith a black lint nnd accessor- with u chapcl-lenBth train, mid ffown of white nylon tulle, n wine u matching tullo tlnru
T h e y ' l l a t t a i n f u l l size
der blue tulle trimmed with ies nnd n corsage of whlto car- portrait neckline. The bouffant finger-tip veil of wlillo tulle nnd Irlimni'd with seed pearls mid
early. Ideal for borders,
blue flowers nnd mi off-the- nations.
skirt hud it scalloped hemline carried n prayer bonk on which eiiri-U'd n coloiiliil bumiui't of,
shoulder neckline. She wort" a A reception was held In the cniiKht with sequins on medal
garden centers.
bronze and yellow .lompons.
placed
an
orchid.
matching picture hut nnd car- loclnl rooms of the 'church, aft- lions over u flounce of tulle. Her
Aicni'H Tomnsello, sister
ried H casvude bouquet of blue 5f wliteh the couple left for a fingortlij-lenKtli veil of French Mrs. Mary Mnrnccliio, mill
TWINK (TWO TONE)
Morrace Ave., Union lleucli, »f the brldcitruom, MIHH Wini
Popular varieties usod
flowers.
motor trip tliroiigli (lie New illusion wuS ItuUl In itliuo by u Was (lie tiin<ruii of liomir. Jli-rjlrcrt Herlirlck. Mls.i Dmnlliy
oxtamtvoly In flpvvor
Uriclesmrilds were Miss Hose England States. for travelling, laco coronet, edited In sequins Kown vian fashioned of pink net Herbert, Mlitnwnn. mid Mt.-:sj
Mario LiiClroltcrlu, ICtist Or- Mrs. Spnffonl wine a charcoal and pcui'ls, She eurrli'd ii praygarnfoiiJ and hods.
and luce- mid tihe carried an olil- Kluiiic liiirkln, ilstcr of thu
ntiBe. mid Ml.s.s Hosnrln RlKBlo ayon linen suit trimmed in er book with ii white orchid nnd fashioned
liride,
Kryporl.
wore
Uu'
III'UICNbouquet
of
cuiiuilInn;;.
Popular Kiiuj Alfred type. Plant
Mntitwnn. sister of the bride- white will! white ancexsories streamers of Kteiiliiinutls,
' Scarlet
• Deep Yellow
A, K, lli'llmil, brother miilils. Their troun.s 1 nnd Jicndthem Ihii fall, have a richly colgroom. Their drosses were sty- nnd a coi'saue of white uhnnel. Mrs, Thomas Mert/., LIUle of Oi'inice
•
tllnc
*
Ronacje
Roio
IJleci'.i
were
Hie
muni
hlyln
ami
the bride, .lerveil IIN the lii'M
ored garden this spring.
led the same an the maid of hon- Illns.
Silver, mint of the bride, was
mlnr its Uu1 mu Id ot linnor and
• White
' Rod & Roto
or In powder bluo but trimmed The bride wn.s Riiuluuted from the matron of honor, Her full- num.
Ihey
curried
coltmliil
hniuiiiet.s
Alter
n
wrddltiK
trip
tn
At•
Pink
• Whito&Red
wllh pink flowers nnd they enr- Mntnwnn Hluli'School In June.
h gown of turmiolNe chifrled cnacarie bouquets of pink' Tho bridegroom wns fU'iulu- fon had a portrait, neckline ami Imlllfl City, the couiiln will re- of yellow |JOIIII«)I)H.
John
llillsnrt.
Hulilh
Amboy,
,'ildn
at
1
M
B
Prospect.
Ave.,
C-llffflowers.
tod from Kcyporl Hlifh School, druped elbow - leniUh sleeves. wood. The bride attended I he was the bent mini and ushers
Kathleen DIOiovlne, Irving- Class of IDS!), and was employ- Sho woro a matching picture Matawan
Tnwiinhlp Behooln mid were Carmen DeNni'do, brothcrIon, nlecn of thn bride was the d by (lie Keyport Tlnnklng hut nnd e/irrled a cnncndo bou- (lie lirMcftroom
In - Inu' of tlio bi'ldcKroom,
flower girl. She wore n floor- Compnny boforo enlisting lit thn quet of yellow rosns and blue from John AdnmwunIflKh(undiluted
School, ririirne MeCnrmnck, Mntnwnn,
length gown of Mink Incn and U. 8. Nnvy. Ho Is sUtlonod at bables'-bi'enth.
New York, and in ficrvlni; ' " Hrlinnl Cnclen, and CJrover Canylon tulle with a matching laco Sun Dlcgo, Calif,
tlen,
John Taggart, Koansbui's, was tho U. e. Air Force.
Studios
dlOWH BULB?
hyacinth bulbs
2 for
25
daffodil bulbs
2 >»' 2 5
J. J. Newherry Co.
Keyport
BIRTHS
WILLS FILED
Dladato.
Private First Class Lodvoiclo
F. Dladato, jr., and Mrs. Dladato, Main St., Keyport, are the
parents'of a son, born Sunday,
Sept. 4, 1955, in Fort Monmouth
Hospital.
s'Jj
Lanahan
A daughter was born in Riverview Hospital on Wednesday,
Sept. 7, 1955. to Mr. and Mrs.
John Lanahan, 137 Main St.,
Matawan.
Crane
Mr. and Mrs. William Crane,
312 Lincoln Ave., Laurence Harbor, are the parents of a son,
born In Perth Amboy Hospital.
;'.}
Tompkins
Mr. and Mrs. John Tompkins.
72 Park Ave., Keansburg, are
the parents of a son, born Sunday, Sept. 4, 1955, in Monmouth
Memorial Hospital.
Donato
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Donato,
Wood Ave., Keansburg. are the
parents of a daughter, bonn Saturday, Sept. 10, 1955, in Monmouth Memorial Hospital.
*
Wiberg
A son was born on Monday,
Sept, 12, 1950, in Eiverview Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Wiberg, Laurel Ave., Keyport.
Mrs. Kate Burns
Mrs. Kate Burns, Keansburg,
who died Aug. 6, bequeathed
$500 to Maureen Sullivan, a
granddaughter, and left equal
shares in her estate to her children, Catherine Baldwin, Adelc
Sullivan, James Burns, all of
Keansburg, Elizabeth Sullivan,
Margaret Gorrett, and Timothy
Burns, all of Jevsey City. Catherine Baldwin was named executrix in a will of Apr. 30,
1952.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Manginl, 299 Main St., Keyport, are
the parents of a daughter, born
Friday, Sept. 9, 1955, In River
view Hospital.
ENGAGEMENTS
Antonino Muroitu
Antonino Marotta, Keyport,
who died Feb. 4, left his estate
to his son and daughter, Gaetano and Mary, in trust for the
support of his wife, Teresa. The
children were named executors
in a will of Dec. 12, 1949.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Chester B: Ann's Rosary Society, Catholic
Daughters, Court of St. Ann'a,
Locklin, sr., Fair Haven.
Miss Beach is a graduate of Ta lnl dl l 'dU Order
of St, Francis, N.Y.
l
Rumson High School and ate Independent Women's
tended Monmouth Junior Col- League of Keansburg.
lege. Long Branch. Her fiance She is survived by three nlec
served in the U. S. Navy for es, Mrs. Elizabeth Dwyer, J^er.wo years, and is employed by sey City and Keansburg; Mrs.
Bendix Aviation Corp., Red Florence Anderson, Bayonne,
Bank.
and Mrs. Kathleen Sheridan,
New York, and two nephews,
John Dwyer, Keansburg, and
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy S. Brown, Nicholas Dwyer, Middle Village,
L. I.
the engagement of their daugh
Funeral services were held
yesterday morning from the
John J. Ryan Home for Funerals, Keansburg, and at 9 a.m.
a solemn high mass'of requiem
was celebrated at St. Ann's
Church with the Rev. Edward
Corrigan, pastor, officiating. Intel ment was in St. John's Cemeteiy, Middle Village, L. I.
r
held this afternoon at 2 o'clockland seven ereat-giandehildren.
at the Bedle Funeial Home, Funeial seivices were con
Keyport, with the Rev. Otto ducted Monday afternoon at 1:30
Janke, pastor of the Fiist Meth- p.m. at the Bedle Funeral parTHURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15. 1955
odist Church, Keansburg;, offi- lors, Keyport, with the Rev, Jociating. Interment will be in seph R.' Faith, pastor of the Funeral services were held a member of the Morgan Fire
Fairvlew Cemetery, Middle- First Baptist Church, officiat- Monday at 2 p.m. at the Flynn Department.
town.
ing. Interment was In the Colts and Son Funeral Home, Perth Besides his wife, he is surNeck Cemetery.
Amboy. Interment was in Al- vived by a son, James F., jr.,
Richard Layton
pine Cemetery, Perth Amboy. Neptune Township; a sister,
Ole Anderson
Richard Layton, 92, died FriMrs. Catharine Jablowski, IrvJames F . Hargadon, sr.
day, Sept. 9, 1955, at the home Ole Anderson, New Brunswick,
ington; a brother, George, Bosof his daughter, Miss Helen Lay- died Friday, Sept. 9, 1955, in Jer- James F . Hargadon, sr., Mor- ton, Mass., and two grandchilton. West St., Union Beach. He sey City. He was born in Nor- gan Ave., Madison Township, dren.
was a retired farmer. His wife way and had been in this country husband of Mrs. Muriel (Sllgth) A requlen mass was celebratwas the late Mrs. Mary (Long) for several years.
Hargadon, died Saturday, Sept. ed Tuesday morning at St. LawLayton.
He Is survived by his wife, 10, 1955, at his home. He was rence's Church by the Rev.
Also surviving are another Mrs. Matilda Anderson: two sis- a machinist at the Hyatt Roller Walter Slattery, pastor. Interdaughter, Mrs. Karl F . Heuser. ters, Mrs. Anna Jorgenson and Bearing Co.. Harrison.
ment was in Calvary Cemetery.
Matawan: two sons, David R. Mrs. Martha Tonnesen, both of Mr. Hargadon was a com- Parliji, under the direction of
Layton, Freehold, Walter Lay- Norway, and one brother, Nils, municant of St. Lawrence's The Dundrum Service, South
ton, Matawan; 11 grandchildren Keyport.
Church, Laurence Harbor, and Amboy.
John Weber
John Weber, 30 Seaside PL,
Keansburg, died Sunday, Sept.
11. 1955, at his home. He was
born in Newark and had lived
there all his life before moving
to Keansburg 12 years ago. He
was a retired marine carpentei
He leaves his wife, Mrs. Harliet Weber; two sons, Robert,
New Hyde, L. I., John, Wallinglon; a daughter, Miss Ruth
Weber. Keansburg; two sisters,
M r s . ' M a r g a r e t Blederman,
Newark and Mrs. Helen Dorflinger, Ortley Beach; two brothers, Frank, North Arlington and
Elmer, California, and five
grandchildren.
Services were held yesterday
at 2 p.m. at the Brlerley Funeral Home, North Arlington. Burial was in Crest Haven Memorial Park, Clifton.
Chrineyoncc S. Holmes
Chrineyonce S. Holmes, Holmdel Township, who died Aug.
17, left $1500 each to Nancy and
Judith Holmes, granddaughters,
and S499 to Mildred L. Holmes,
a daughter-in-law. He left his
wife. Lylie, all household furnishings and provided for her
support in a trust. The residue was left his son, Harold,
who also was named executor
and trustee in a will of Jan. 5.
1955.
MISS FANCIIOX BROWN
ter, Fanchon, to Joseph DeCraene, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence DeCraene, 65 Main St.,
Sanfilinpo-DISessii
Keyport.
Mr. and Mrs. Gus DiSessa, Miss Brown is a graduate of
395 North Sixth St.. Newark, an- Keyport High School, and is emlounce tlie engagement of their ployed at the Keyport Delicates- A daughter was born in Perth
sen. Her fiance graduated from
Amboy Hospital to Mr. and Mrs.
Barringer High School, Newark,
John Sosko. 725 Laurence
George J. Sullivan
and is employed by Grand UnPkwy., Laurence Harbor.
George Joseph Sullivan, 49. of
ion, South River.
Ilolden
No date has been set for the 128 Broad St., Matawan, husband of Anita (Miller) Sullivan,
Mr. and Mrs. William Holden,
wedding.
died suddenly on Friday, Sept.
307 Lincoln Ave.. Laurence Har9,
1955, in Perth Amboy Hosbor, are the parents of a son,
pital. He was born in New
. born in South Amboy Hospital.
York, the son of the late EdTruszkowski
ward and Ellen (Geary) SulliMy,s. Millon F. Stevenson
IK* A daughter was born in South
van.
Mrs. Rose Stevenson, 67, wife
Amboy Hospital to Mr. and Mrs.
of Milton F . Stevenson, 109 Mr. Sullivan had been employStanley Truszkowski, BFD 2,
Broad St., Matawan, died Sat- ed by the Hanson-vanWInkleLloyd Rd., Matawan.
Munnlng Co., Matawan, for 30
years, and had made his home
Uorin
n Matawan for the past 19
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Horin,
>*cars. He was a communicant
443 Brookside Ave., Laurence
of
St. Joseph's Church, Keyport.
Harbor, are the parents of a
Surviving, besides his wife,
daughter, born in South Amboy
are two sons, George and RobHospital.
ert, both at home; a brother,
Fallriilgc
Henry, Keyport, and a sister,
->> A daughter was born in South
Mrs. James Wallace. Keyport.
Amboy Hospital to Mr. and
Funeral services were held
Mrs. Robert Paltrldge, 257 JackTuesday at 8:30 a.m. nt the Day
MISS PHYLLIS DISESSA
son St., Matawan, on Monday,
uneral Home, 361 Maple PI.,
Sept. 5, 1955. The baby, their daughter. Phyllis, to Nick SanKeyport, and at 9 a.m. the Rev.
first child, has been named Pa- fillppo, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lei
Cornelius J. Kane, pastor, celemele Anne.
brated a high mass of requiem
Sanfllippo, Poole Ave., Keyport
at St. Joseph's Church. InterSpringsteen
Miss DiSessa is a graduate ol
ment was in the church cemeMr. and Mrs. Henry Spring- Barringer High School, Newark
tery.
steen. Park Ave.. Hazlet, art and is employed by the Mutua:
the parents of twins, a son anc Benefit Life Insurance Co., New
James IVnll.irc
a daughter, born Thursday, Sept ark. Her fiance is- a graduate
James Wallace. 49, of 165
ij}B, 1955, in Monmouth Memorla of Keyport High School and i
Monroe Ave., West Keansburg,
** Hospital. They have been name manager of the Keyport Auc
died Tuesday, Sept. 6, 1955 In
Henry C. and Debbie Lynn, an tlon.
Riverview Hospital. He was .the
weighed eight - a n d - one - hal
The couple have set Jan. 14
son of the late James and Marpounds. The couple also hav 1956, as their wedding date.
garet Leckie Wallace.
another daughter. Mrs. SpringHostcttcr-Millcr
Mr. Wallace was employed by
steen is the former Miss Joyce
MKS.
M.
V.
STEVENSON
Mr. and Mrs. E. Edward MilHanson - Van Winkle - Munninir
Walling, Hazlet.
ler, Harrisburg, Pa., have an urday, Sept. 10, 1955, at Mercer Co., Matawan, He had resided
Armclllno
nuunced the engagement of thel
in Freehold for 18 years and
Councilman Victor Armellim daughter, Marguerite Leone, to Hospital, Trenton,
moved to West Keansburg a
and Mrs. Armellino. 1 Taylo: William Tilghman Hostetter, Mrs. Stevenson was born In year ago. He was a member
Pottstown, Pa., the daughter of
Rd., Matawan, are the parent:
the late Charles and Flora Sost- of Olive Branch Lodge. F and
^J!of a third son, born Wednesday
man. She was a member of the AM, the Elks and the American
Aug. 31, 1955, in St. Barnaba:
Matawan Presbyterian Church Legion, all of Freehold.
Hospital, Newark. The bab.
and treasurer of the church's Surviving Is a sister, Mrs.
has been named Gary.
Helen Martin, Chicago.
women's association.
Spicgclman
Funeral services- were held
Active
In
civic,
club
and
lodge
A daughter was born In Pert'
Friday at the Callahan Funeral j
affairs
in
Matawan
where
she
Amboy Hospital on Tuesday
Freehold, and officiating
had resided for 23 years, Mrs Home,
Aug. 30, 1955, to Mr. and Mrs
was the Rev. George D. Horn,
Stevenson
was
a
member
and
Stanley Spiegelman, 13 Prospec
the First Presbyterian
treasurer of Sirius Chapter 123 pastor of Freehold.
PI., Matawan. The baby ha:
Interment
Order of Eastern Star, and past Church,
been named Donna Lynn. Mrs
was
In
Maplewood
Cemetery,
matron
of
the
lodge.
She
also
Spiegelman is a former teachMasonic and Elk
was a past president of the Ma- Freehold.
^ J e r In the Keyport Gramma
services were conducted at the
tawan
Woman's
Club
and
n
School.
home Thursday evemember of the Past Presidents funeral
:lub of the Third District. Mrs ning.
Burklcy
Stevenson had served on sevMr. and Mrs. Ralph Burklcy
Infant
eral occasions as chairman of The Infant
Rancocas, are the parents of
son of Carl W. and
the cancer drive in Matawnn. Doris
•second child, a son, born or
(Freiburg > Dlbling, 507
Friday, Sept. 9, 1955, at the Os
Surviving, besides her hus- Union Ave., Union Beach, died
teopathic H o s p i t a l , Auduband, are two daughters, Mrs. on Tuesday, Sept. 6, 1955, at
bon. Mrs. Burkley is the for
Ruth S. Furch, Trenton, and Monmouth Memorial Hospital.
Bier Miss Kathryn
Harris
Mrs. Flora S. Arthur, Hamilton Funeral services were under
daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Square; one son, Milton F. Ste- the direction of the Day FunerGeorge M. Harris, MiUawnn.
venson, Jr., North Syracuse. al Home. Keyport.
MISS
M.
I..
MILLER
N. Y. and two grandchildren.
''•*
Gallo
Iluscoe 1'aynler
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gallo, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jay For- Eastern Star services were
55 Fulton St., Keyport, are the ney Hostetter, I Fountain Ave., conducted Monday night at 8 Roseoe Paynter, 73, of 362
Carr
Ave.,
Keansburg, widower
P.m. and Rotary club services
parents of a daughter, born Matawan.
Monday. Sept. 12, 1955. in Rlv- Miss Miller is a graduate of at 8:30 p.m. nt the Bedle Fun- of Emma Mae (Thorne) Paynter, died Monday, Sept. 12. 1955,
ervlew Hospital.
William Penn High School, Har- eral Home, Matawnn. The fu- after a long Illness. He was
risburg, and the State Teachers neral services were held at the born in West Portal, the son of
Headden
Bedle Funeral Home on TuesMr. and Mrs. Charles Dale College, Indiana, Pa,, where she day afternoon at l p.m. with the late Henry and Catherine
Headden, Keyport, are the par- was a member of PI Kappa Slg- the Rev. Chester A. Galloway, (Henry) Paynter, and had reents of a first child, a dauglv na Soror.ty. Formerly a mem- pastor of the First Presbyter- sided In Keansburg for many
ter, born Tuesday, Sept. 0, 1955 ber of the faculty of Carlisle Ian Church, Matawan, officiat- years.
\\}n Monmouth Memorial Hospi- High School, Carlisle, Pa., Miss ing. Interment was In Old Ten- He was an ex-fire chief of Hie
tal. The baby has been named Miller taught In the Mlddletown nent Cemetery, Tcnnont.
Keansburg Fire Department; a
Gall Elaine. Mis. Headden is Township High School last year,
life member of the New Jersey
the former Miss Eve LIPera and presently Is on the faculty
Mrs. Elizabeth M. Dwyer
Exempt Firemen's Association,
f the Economics Department Mrs. Elizabeth M, Dwyer, 70, and a member of the Junior OrMatawan.
f the University of Delaware, of 37 Harding Ave., Keansburg. der of American Mechanics,
Mcwark, Del.
died Sunday, Sept. 11, 1055 at Keyport.
Mr. Hostetter Is an alumnus Rlverview Hospital after a short Surviving are two daughters,
>f The Peddle-School, nights- illness.
the Misses Almeda nnd Isabel
William H. Keneliim
:own, and of Dickinson Col
Mrs. Dwyer was a communFuneral services for Wllllnm lege, Carlisle, Pa,, where he icant of St. Ann's Church, Paynter, Keimsburg, and a
brother,
John, Jersey City.
H. Kenehan, 93. of 103 Central was a member of Theta Chi Keansburg, a member of St.
Funeral services are being
i"Ave., Union Beach, husband of raternlty. He presently is
'the late Mary (Concannon) Ke- nerving with tho U, S, Army
nehan, were held Saturday at n Germany,
8 a.m. at the Day Funeral No date has been set for the
Home, 361 Mnulo PI., Keyport. veddlng.
At 0 a.m. there was a high
llausncr-Mnuro
mass of roqulem by the Hev.
Joseph G. Fox, pastor, In Holy Mr, and Mrs. Rocco Mnuro,
Family Church, Union Beach. Route 35, Keyport have announInterment was In Holy Name ced the engagement of their
laughter, Marie, to Richard
Cemetery, Jersey City.
Mr. Kcnchnn died Wednes- IHURIKT, son of Mrs, Martha
at his homo, Shields, Keyport, and tho late
. 5 "ay, Sept. 7, 1955,
Lessons in Ballet — Tap — Acrobatic,
in Manchester, Ilnnley Hausner.
•Sio was born came to this Miss Mnura, who attended KoyClassical — Hawaiian
country when
England,
andhe was a boy. lie x>rt schools, is employed by the
Teenage Bnllroom 12 to 19 Years Old
had lived In Union Beach for lew Jersey Bell Telephone Co.,
the past six years and was a :ied Bank, Mr. Hnusner was
Children From 3 Years Accepted
from
Mlddletown
communicant of Holy Family graduated
CLASS — PRIVATE and SEMI-PRIVATE
Township High School. He Is emChurch.
ployed by tho Great Atlantic it
Specinl Mothers' Stay-Fit Classes Now Forminff
Surviving an- a son, John P , Jaclflc Tea Co, In Freehold,
Kcnchnn, Detroit; two daughCall: KEyport 7-1529
ters. Mrs. Mary Sulllvnn, UnLnoklln-Iluarli
ion Bnuch, with whom hi' re- Mr, and Mrs, Donald Briich,
nlded, and Mrs. Patrick Kllroy, liver Rd,, Fair Haven, fonncrtafclno of Union Beach; also novof Keyport, nnnouncn the en335 Maple PI., Opposite St. Joseph's Church
cn RrnndchllOrnn and 10 great- tnRcmont
of tliolr dnuulilrr, Stigrandchildren,
Keyport
in.-to Chester B, Locklln, Jr.,
DEATHS
FUNERArSERVICES
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27
Washable
DANCING
BACK TO SCHOOL AGAIN!
NEW CLASSES NOW FORMING
FOR BEGINNERS AND ADVANCEES
JOAN-IRENES SCHOOL O F DANCING
J. J.
Keyport
dies:' a special KldriusH Is ro- Mayor SchancK averred a
LEGAL NOTICES
clted over the cup of wine; spe- Joint planning committee to
cial round Challos are prepar- work on a program for the next K
THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 15, 1955 ed, the shape of these symbolic 25 years would be the answer. Corporations, Genere.l, of 5f"
Revised StaVAfiE FOUR
• of New Jersey, preliminary to
of a desire for a round smooth This gained only partial accep- tutes
the .Issuing of this Certificate of Dis.
HELP WANTED
FOR SALE
SERVICE
so neglected their lands as to year. White is the outstanding tance, however, as there were solution.
cause damage to township color during the high holy days, comments of "we want to stop NOW THEREFORE. I, the Secre- WOMAN, mornings for housework and PAINTING inside or outside; clean THATCHER No. 2 steam boiler, good
tary
of
Stale
of
the
State
of
New
Jerboth at home and in the syna- the developer now, not in 25 sey, Do Hereby Certify that the said Ironing. Own transportation. CaU: work, best material, reasonable pric- condition. Call Keyport 7-1164. WJ15
Idatawan Township, Matawan Borough roads.
fl-8511.
wj 15 es; also cellars sprayed. Phone for
Established I860
Tel. Keyport 7-3050
corporation did, on the First day of IlOlindcl
Mr. Seaman received sanction gogue, the symbol of purity and years."
burners, super flame, a burnJ. Mabel Brown. Pubushcr
1955, file in my office a GARDENER — Caretaker.
Handy free estimates Matawan 1-24H-J, wj!5 TVers oil
cleanliness of soul and body. Mr. Currie commented for the September,
nn c-arh. $25 each. Call Key.
to
submit
estimates
of
damage
duly executed and attested consent in with tools. Own 3-room apartment.
\vjl5
ptlWIshed Every Thursday
writing to the dissolution of said cor- Wife must he available for part time OIL burner service; oil stoves, floor port 7-304H-J.
to Red Hill Rd., Church St., and On Rosh Hashana evening, aft- board, saying: "As soon as Mr. poration,
By BROWN PUBLISHING AND
furnaces
cleaned
or
repaired.
Floor
executed
by
all
the
slockin main house. References cs- furnaces sold and Installed; gas or oil. DOUBLE wall copper cookinR vat 30
PRINTING COMPANY
Crawford's Corner Rd. for use er the service, the greeting is Mara gets, a- subdivision ordi-' loldcrs thereof, which said consent and Wurk
sentia). Call: HOImdel 9-8511.
wj!5 Call KEyport 7-2125.
wjtf x 30 inches: alsii 2 cypper tub5'"2T
the record rt of the proceedings aforeEditor by attorneys for the, Garden Leshana Tovah Tikasevu (May nance, we'll be ready to talk,' said
1. Mabel Brown
i3 inches. Call Matawan l-0G23-Wn:
are n w on file in my said ofFIRST aid to working mothers: leava
Geraldine V. Brown
Associate Editor State Parkway in a test suit you be inscribed for a good
wJ15
fice as provided by law.
your
little
ones
at
Jeanne's
Nursery.
Bus
Boy.
Apply
J.
J,
Newberry,
against the Franklin Construc- year).
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF. I have Keyport.
LEGAL NOTICES
SUBSCRIPTION RATES
Depcndalc care, plearant surroundings, WASHER, E?sy spin dryer: 3',i years
hereto
set
my
hand
and
affixed
my
Payable in Advance
wholesome food. Call for appointment old. Call Matawan 1-469B.
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tion Co. for damage to local Rabbi Wadler's message to AN ORDINANCE FO11 THE VACA- official seal, at Trenton, this First
tf.50
KEyport 7-3095-M.
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One Year (within State)
2 00 roads while the Parkway was his congregation is' as follows: TION OK A STREET KNOWN AS day of September. A. D. one thousand
Six Months
. 1.25 under construction.
"A^ICAN~VIOLETS
~
MAPLE TERRACF. IN THE BQH. rUnt* hundred and Hfty-flvo.
Three Months
•.
TELEVISION
AND
HADIO
SERVICE
Mr.
Sea"The beginning ••ol--a--New OUGII OP MATAWAN. NEW JER, 4 00
EDWARD J. PATTEN
One Year (outsldo SUV:)
Repairs on all makes. Pickup and de- Many varieties: very reasonablo. Mor«
Fountain girls, experience not nec. .. 6.00 man was also authorized to pre- Year fills our hearts with sol- SEY.
Secretary ot State.
One Year (uulsidu u. a *
essary. Apply J. J. Newberry, livery service. Call Village Television ey, Old Tennent He!.. Morganvllle. n e a r
'
.1.25
Six MouUia
Months (ouisiue
(outside U.
Si Appliance Co., 20 E. Front St., Key* Post Office.
Keyport.
Closed Friday
afterSix
u. S.
a.. «.
*•'•• pare a bill to be submitted to emn thoughts and sentiments. B E IT ORDAINED by the Mayor j22 $14.72
port Keyport 7-3081 or Mlddletown noons.
and' Council of the Borough of Mattl'
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ItttGISTllY AND ELECTION
Six Months (outside U. S.) -v
„ 3.21 the Manzo Construction Co., We turn to the Almighty God, wan In the County of. Monmouth as
5-0470
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NOTICE
Kxectitori and administrators of Matawan, for damage to TeleBED, including snring and mattress;
I10ROUG1I OK MATAWAN
in whose hands our destiny lies, follows:
ostattis have the right to select the
CLERK typist, high school graduate
% size; ronsonablc. Call South AmNotice
Is
hereby
«iven
that
qualified
Section
1.
That
the
public
street
graph
Hill
Rd.,
due
to
that
newspapers In which they desire their
and pray to Him to grant us known and designated as Maple Ter- voters of the Borough of Matawan not with or without experience. Apply DON'S TV SERVICE boy 1-35!)C.
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notices printed. If the right is not firm's trucks.
registered in said BorouRh un E. M. Close, Hanson Van Winkle Mun- For fast efficient radio and television
and our dear ones His blessings race be and the same is hereby vn- already
ex-irrised the surrogate will make the
wjil RYE, wheat and straw; nlso cow m?*nwjjlS service call Matawan 1-2CG5-M-2
der the laws of New Jersey govern nlng Co., Matawan.
catcd
as
a
public
street.
Suid
street
selertion and the notice will probably
ure; deliveries made. Call KEyprf^l
The committee was caution- of life, health and happiness. is shown on a Map of Lots of Alice ing permanent registration, m a y regappear in some newspaper that you
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L. Dawe which Man is filed in the ister with the Borough Clerk, or notify LABORERS and truck drivers. Call RUSSELL'S BADICT&TV 7-0193-M.2.
Wuuld not hove selected. Friends of ed that, under the state health
"The High Holy Days have Monmouth
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said clerk of change of residence, ot Matawan 1*4098.
County Clerk's Office,
Tfce Journal having business with the code,
ENCLOSE that porch with Aluminum
a township
physician always brought new hope, new Section 2. That this ordinance shall the clerk's office. Borough Hall, IBB
Burrrgate'3 office will do well to bear
SALES
&
SERVICE
combination windows, door or jaltake effect tell (10) days from the Main St. Matawan. during business MALE cutter, experienced on ladies
thin In mind.
would have to be hired In 1950. courage, and new vision to the date
Hob Orr
of publication after final passage hours or direct to the Commissioner of sweaters. Call Hillcrest 2-5662 or Now located at new store Campbell's ousies; sensible prices.
For prompt reli- Aluminum Products, Call Keyport 7Registration In Freehold, at any time apply at 224 Smith St., Perth Amboy. Junction, Belford.
nesiJonslbility
for
typographical t was ascertained that no ap- Jew. It is In the spirit of Rosh as provided by law.
1919
for estimates.
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able
service
anywhere
call
Keansburg
between
Wednesday,
April
20th,
11*55,
errors is limited to the cost of the pointment had been made since Hashana that our Jewish Com'
NOTICE
and Thursday, September 20th, 1055, TWO waitresses, experienced. Apply 6-2300. Store hours 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
space occupied by such error.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIV during business hours.
RYE and wheat straw in the field
in person Wilson Diner Highway 35,
Dr. Carl A. Gesswein, Mata- munal life must be aroused to ENPUBLIC
that the foregoing ordinance was Notice of change of residence or Keyport.
very cheap: also rye and wheat
wjl5 LANDSCAPING—Building and mainEntered as second-class matter at the wan, relinquished the post sev- bold, courageaus
and united introduced
at a regular meeting of
for transfer of registratioi. MAN for InndseaptnR work. Call Key- tenance of your grounds our spec- Brain. Bernard Preis, Tennent Rood.
post office at Matawan, N. J.. under the eral years ago.
Mayor and Council of the Borough application
top soil, manure, fertilizer, lime Morganvlllc. call Matawan 1-0085-1M.
action. We need to be reinforc1 the
be made either by written request port 7-0J32 after 5 p.m.
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act of March 3, 1079.
of Matawan, in the County of Mon- shall
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L. Lucaa, Stone ltd. TcL Keyport
to the Borough Clerk or
held on September I'd. 1055 forwarded
T-1415.
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Mr. Ely was instructed to re- ed In our Jewlshness. We must mouth.
or by calling in person at the
and passed on first reading and the Board
THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 15, 1955
office of the Borough Clerk or County
SHIPPING AND
quest the Jersey Central Pow- draw into our Synagogue the same was then ordered to be publish' Board
ALUMINUMWIND
0
WS
PLOWING,
discing,
seeding.
eorn
of
Elections
up
to
and
including
according to law, and that such
planting, cultivating, combining and
er and Light Company to in- group of Jews who still consi- cd
2yth. 1955.
RECEIVING OR
ordinance will be further considered September
VENETIAN BLINDS o
ther types of tractor work, any size
Thursday, September 2flth, 1955,
stall a street light on the pole der themselves as 'outsiders' for final passage at n meeting of the theOn registration
Proclamation
Bernard Preis, Tennent Road, Free Estimates-no money downS^'
will be closed
INVENTORY CLERK 3b.
to
our
Congregation.
Above
said Mayor and Council tu be held al until after the books
Karl
A. Frantz, Keyport 7*3405.
lorganville.
Matawan
1-0085-R-l.
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in front of the postofflce. This
forthcoming
General
Experience desired but unnecessary
Borough Hiill on Tuesday evening
it is essential that we make the
on Tuesday, November ttth
MALE OR FEMALE
Whereas, the basic need In request was made by Mrs all,
September 27. 1U55, at U o'clock. P.M., Election
USED television sets In good condition.
1955.
our
institution
radiate
the
finest
at
which
time
and
place
a
public
TELEVISION
Bargains from $25 and up. Pete'«
our Nation today Is the preser- Frances Pitcher, postmaster. traditions of our Jewish reli- hearing will be held and nil persons Notice is hereby given Hint District
MATAWAN
Inc., corner W. Front and Main Sts..
vation1 of Constitutional Governwill 1)0 given an opporlun* Boards of Election and Registry in
RADIO SERVICE
Keyport. Tel K E : 7-2700.
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and for the Borough of Matawan, UNDERGARMENT CO.
gion and culture. Both parents Interested
Ity
to
bo
heard
concerning
such
or25
years
in
business
In
Matawan
anr
ment; a,nd
County of Monmouth, State of New 5 Harrison Ave., MATAWAN-MA: 1-1671
and children must be educated dinance.
Keyport area. All work and partr USED refrigerators tn good condition
Jersey; will meet at the places here$24.95 and up. Pete's Inc., corner
Whereas, in order to protect
guaranteed. Tubes tested free at stora
J . FliANKUN DOMINICK
inafter designated on
to live in accordance with the
HIGH School graduate, boy or girl, Store
hours 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m., Fn W. Front and Main Sts.. Kcyport. Call
Borough Cleric
TUESDAY, NOVKMKER 8th, 1055
our priceless heritage under
wanted for full time job; must be
ever-refreshing tenets of our
Keyport 7-2700.
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(Continued from page one)
between the hours of 7 a.m. and 8 p.m. able to type: good English student.
our unique from of govern- tendance down under the 180 faith, thereby promoting our so- J15 $5.04
for the purpose of conducting the gen- Write Box CM in care of this newsACCORDIONS
NOTICE
eral election" for the election of
NEW and used, bought-sold-rented r e ment, It is essential to support days minimum attendance re- cial and moral welfare.
paper,
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1 State Senator
•AKE NOTICE that Veterans' 1...
paired and exchanged. N. J . Music
our Constitution, "The most quired for s t a t e aid. Mr.
mortal Home, Incorporated, has ap- 2 Members ol the General Assembly SECRETARY to executive of small
Center, 42 Broad St.. Keyport. Tel.
REED'S Radio Repairs. Minor re- KEyport 7-1470. Lessons on all inwonderful work ever struck off Thompson warned parents of "May our New Year be fill- plied to the Division of Alchollc Bev- 1 Freeholder
factory
wanted,
mature,
experlenc
pairs on televisions: good used TV struments.
erage- Control for a Cl«h lirrns* fnr 1 Mavor
wx*5
cd j^miurai office ruutitic( cuii cs^ond- tubes
at a given time by the brain their liability under the law for ed with a mood of spiritual con- premises
one hali of regular pries:. Insituated at Cliffwood Avenue. 2 Coiincllmen for the full terms
good typist, perfect fJngliyh, Top
jI5 COLLIES, two champion dogs, one blue
of Hawthorn Street, Cliffwood, The sessions of the registry board ence,
and purpose of man"; and
salary for trip worker. Must have car. quire 274 "lain St., Matawan.
the absenteeism of their chil- tentment, a year during which Corner
Matawau Township, N. J .
be held at the following polling Write Box B, care of this newspaper.
merle, one tri-color. Reasonable. Can
our Heavenly Father will be- The names ana residences of the will
places:
be seen at any time at Box 283 RD 1,
Whereas, for its proper sup- dren.
Route 18. ono mile from light at MalaFIRST ELECTION DISTRICT
trustees and of the officers and the
WANTED TO RENT wan,
port, it is necessary that our Mr. White averred the police stow upon you and your loved offices
N. J .
«iH
they fill respectively are as fol- All that part of the Borough of Mat- "HI~G1TSCH6OL~GRAD"
citizens understand its provis- had handled such absenteeism I every personal wish for health
awan. BEGINNING at a uoint where
FIVE or 0 room house; Keyport-MaJOYCE'S Glad's. 122 Ravine Drive.
3oyc% Willlard, 1102 Elm wood Drive, the center line of Main Street InterAS
OPERATORS
tawan
area;
reasonable.
Call
Mataions and principles and appre- n limes past and questioned peace and contentment.
1
sects the boundary lino of the Town*
Cliffwood, N. J.. Trustee.
wan 1-4320.
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ON UNDERWEAR
ciate its values nnd benefits as the need for the expense of the "Leshanah Tovah Tikasavu- Charles Kolodjcski, 1162 South Con* ship of Matawan, thence (1) along the
gladioli, assorted colors, $1 per dozen.
5
Day
Week—Good
Pny
said
center
line
of
Main
Street
in
a
A
Happy
New
Year
to
all."
course,
Cliffwood,
N.
J.,
Trustee.
To
order
call
Matawan
1-0044-J.
J9-22
"The greatest document for hu- new arrangement. He charged
Excellent Working Conditions
Vincent Gaunt, 810 Sherwood Drive, southerly direction to the bridge on
man liberty in two thousand the board was going Into hiring
Main Street, south of South Street; 5 Johnson Ave.. ( O P P . It.R. Station)
Cliffwood. N. J., Trustee.
COIL spring and mattress, double bed
USED CARS
Charles
Candlloro. 24 Matawan Road, thence (2) along a line drawn down
size, Rood condition. Inquire 75
years of recorded history."
the attendance officer without
the center of the gulley crossed by the
Cliffwood, N. J.. President.
Main St., Matawan or call M a t a w a n
Matawan
;
PONTIAC 1941 clean, nn reasonable 1-0817.
said bridge to Lake Lefferts; thence
sufficient
information
on
enrollRobert
Fletcher,
1532
Woodmere
Drive,
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Now, Therefore, I, Spafford
offer
refused.
Call
Matawan
1-1807(3)
In
a
northerly
dfretriton
along
the
Cliffwood, Vice-President.
J15 CORNET also crib. Henderson, M.a,Joseph' Kane, 92 Prospect Avenue, easterly edge of Lake Lefferts to Pros- Undergarment Co. Inc. B.
W. Schanck. by vlrtv.j of the ment and conditions of attend(Continued from Page one)
pect Point; thence (4) along a line
ance.
Despite
his
objection,
Cliffwood,
N.
J.,
Secretary.
tawan
1-2085.
.
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authority vested in me as MayMatawan. N. J .
the township planning board, Objections, if any, should be made drawn across Lake Lefferts from ProsPhone Matawan 1-1671
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Point in a northeasterly direction
J 295 PIGS about 2 months old. Rt. 1, Box
or of the Borough of Matawan Michael Staats was the only asked Mr. Currie about running mmediately
in writing to: William pectRavine
Drive; thence (5) along a
194<J Hudson 4 door Sedan
.193 120 C Old Bridge, in 09 Acres. Call
Howe Davis, Director, Division of Al- to
in the State of New Jersey do member to side with him costs. The board president took cholic
line drawn across the gulley to the left PART lime clerk for Matawan branch 1951 Pontlac 2 door sedan
795 Matawan 1-0097-J-l.
US'
Beverage Control. 10BO Broad of
against
the
Kengetter
appointHighland Avenue to a point at the of Keyport Clennurs: also part or 1951 Ford Custom Tudor
650
hereby proclaim the week of
the figure of $250 per pupil as Street, Newark 2. N. J.
full
time
solicitor
and
laundry
shirt
end
of
Liberty
Street;
thence
(G)
along
ment
and
it
carried,
7-2.
1952
Chevrolet
2
door
sedan
B95
VETERANS' MEMORIAL HOME,
Sept. 17-23, 1955 as
finisher.
Inquire
Keyport
Cleaners,
1952
Chrysler
Convertible
Coupe
1185
a
good
evaluation
of
costs
of
,ne pi
line
parallel with Matawan Road to Division St., Keyport or call Keyport
INCORPORATED
HOUSES FOR SALE
Two Rooms Approved
1952 Studebakcr 5 pass, coupe
895
guile
ley which runs along Aberdeen
educating one child one year in CHARLES CANDILORO. President
CONSTITUTION WEEK
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1050
was given that Rob- the district, then reckoned there Cliffwood Ave (Cor. Hawthorn St.), Road thence (7) along & line down 7-0102.
KEANSBUHG, attractive winter home t
in the Borough of Matawan and ertReport
1953
Ford
Customline
Fordor
1195
the
center
of
this
gulley
to
a
point
W. J.
Blunt, Middlesex County Su- would be $550,000 added to the '15 Cliffwood,
1250 Ideal location; all modern convenwhere same intersects with the center SALES ladles needed Immediately to 1953 Ford Customline Tudor
urge all our citizens to pay spe- perintendent
$7.48
Including over sized garage:
of Schools, had ap- school budget If the developline of Matawan Road; thence (8) a* service Avon Cosmetics buyers: full 1953 Studebakcr 5 pass. Coupe 1195 iences
or part time basis. For further in- 1953 Plymouth Club Coupe
cial attention during that week proved two rooms
1185 sacrifice $8500. Call KonasburgW 6long
the
said
center
line
of
Matawan
MONMOUTH
CbUNTV
«
J1S
Road in a northerly direction to the formation call Red Bank 64491, J9-15 1953 Dodee Coronet Club Cnupe 1
ment came about.
to our Federal Constitution and Presbyterian Church inlorBaVview
SURROGATE'S I'OUKT
1953 Ford Station WaRon
1495
point where said center line of Mat.v
NOTICE TO CKI0D1TOHS TO
the advantages of American ci- purposes even though school
Mr. Currie acknowledged the 'RESENT
1954 Ford Customline Tudor
1495 BUILDINGS to move, delivered t o your
CLAIMS AGAINST ESTATE wan Road intersects the boundary line
these
1954 Ford Mainline Fordor
1395 property. Cheap. All lmprovementa,.
tizenship, flying United States •ooms were outside tho school developer had promised, a 12- :STATE OF NICHOLAS CALIENDO, of the Township of Matawan; thence
WANTED
1954 Ford Customline Fordor
1495 No price over phone. Highway S3,,
(9) along the said boundary line of
Flags at their businesses and district in Matawan Township, oom'school without cost to the deceased.
Manalapan. Phone E n g U j h t o w n ' M S J l ; '
Pursuant to the order of EDWARD the Township of Matawan to the point
FOUNTAIN
GIRL
Mailing address, Harry N. F o rman.
man,
USED
TRUCKS
or
place
of
Beginning,
homes and especially emphas- In Monmouth County.
district. This would only take C. DROEGE. Surrogate of the Coun*
Some Experience Desired
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1952 Chevrolet Pick Up
'95 Boi 187. Freehold.
Polling
place.
Hook
&
Ladder
Firey
of
Monmouth.
this
day
made,
'on
izing the purposes of Good Govcare of 360 pupils, he figured, he application of tho undersigned. house, in back of Borough Hall.
Apply at Once
1952 Ford Courier
975
1953 Studebnker Pick Up
1095 AMAZING offer, will erect a i l x room
ernment as set forth in the Con- Mr. Copeland, in his final re- eaving $1,760,000 to be raised ohn Cnlicndo nnd Ralph Callcndo, the SECOND ELECTION DISTRICT
STRAND
house
on
your
lot
and
foundation
to
1953
Ford
Pick
Up
1095
•xecutors of the estate of the said All that part or the Borough of Matstitution's Preamble and the du- port, said that school housing by the district.
suit your way of living. Only »200
Nicholas Calicndo deceased, notice Is awan, BEGINNING at a point where
LUNCHEONETTE
down. Call Emnnucl Swartz. In o r e
Ceorge S. Barrett & Son Inc.
ty of all persons in our Repub- In the Old Bridge area Is crihereby Riven to the creditors of said the center line of Main Street inter*
Other
Investments
of Swartz Furniture store. Highway
Ford Dealer—Matawan
Next to Strand Theatre
tli« center line of Churrh Street,
lic to protect our cjonsiiiution tical with four classes without In addition to schools, there deceased to present to the said Exo- sects
:I5 opp. Middletown fl rehouse. Call lied
their claims under oath within thence (1) in an easterly direction along
Bank 6-5485 or 6-3213.
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and the freedoms in Its Bill of a place to meet. At least two would be investment for water cutors
the center line of Church Street to a
six
months
from
this
date.
loint where said center line of Church
Rights, so that It may continue more homeless classes are ex- supply, sewers, hospitals, addi- Dated: August 18th, 1D55.
Jtreet
intersects
the
boundary
line
of
JOHN CALIENDO
to protect us and our posterity pected during the next week tional fire and police protection,
the Township of Matawan; thence (2) SITUATION WANTED
201) Lower Mnln Street
or two. He reported that by
along said boundary line of the Townin "This Nation under God."
Matawan. N. J .
ship of Matawan to a point where said WILL care for children for working
Oct. 1 it Is expected that en- the board president pointed out.
RALPH CALIENDO
boundary line intersects the center line mothers, 5 days a week in my own
In Witness Whereof, I have rollment in elementary schools Asked what could be done to
24S Atlantic Street
of Atlantic Avenue; thence (3) along home. Call Matawan 1-1995-W.
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Kcvport, N. J .
hereunto set my hnnd and caus- will reach 2000. an Increase of stop all this, the board presi- MESSRS. PATTEN
said center line of Atlantic Avenue to
4 PRYCA
a point where the said center line of WILL wash and Iron all types of cured the Seal of the Borough of about 400 over the end of the dent noted that the adoption of 163 West Milton Ave.
Atlantic Avenue intersects the center tains, also stretch curtains In my own
subdivision
ordinances
with Rahway, N. J.
Matawan to be affixed this 12th last school, year.
lino of Main Street; thence (4) nlong
home. Prompt service. Call South
said, center lino of Mnln Street ln: a Amboy 1-3595.
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large lot sizes was the answer. 15Attorneys.
day of September, In llm year of
JU.7G
southerly direction to the point or place
our Lord, one thousand nine It also was reported that eight Mr, Currie declared that one
of
Beginning.
REGISTRY' AND ELECTION
YOUNG married man with free Sat.
new
classrooms,
donated
by
the
NOTICE
Polling place, Washington Engine seeking part lime Job. Has drivers
hundred and fifty-five, and of.
place, Holmdel Township, had
TOWNSHIP OF MATAWAN
Fire House on Little Street. license. Experienced light delivery,
the Independence of the United builders of Madison Park, will set lot sizes high as 200 feet by Notice is hereby given that qualified Company
gas
station
attendant.
Call KL
THIRD ELECTION DISTRICT
be
ready
for
use
next
week.
voters
of
the
Township
of
Matawan
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All that part of tho Borough of Mat 7.2964. R.2.
States of America, the one hun125
feet,
making
it
hopeless
for
not already reRistered In said Town- awan. BEGINNING at aa point
These
will
accommodate
240
where
poi
dred and eighth.
ship under the laws of New Jersey the center line of Mali
a
developer
to
attempt
anyeet
interstudents.
Stri Sti-eet,
permanent registration may sects the center line of InChurch
LOST
thing. Mr. Currie declared a governingwith
Iho Township Clerk, or thence (1) In a southerly direction aFive Teachers Hired
NEW AND USED CARS
developer known to have taken registersaid
clerk of chnng, of resi- o n B i h e t a i d center lino of Main Street TWO 13 inch female Bcgals each l i
Visit In Cliffwood
Hiring of five new teachers options on land freely on the notify
dence. at the clerk's office. 21 Sixth to tho gulley south of South Street; years old: black blanket, brown
On Monmouth Street Opposite Carlton Thcatro
St. in t i n Township of Matawan dur- thence (2) alone
a lino down Iho con- he'ad and c a r s ; white chest and paws;
was
approved:
Eleanor
String,
one
Matawan Township side of Line Ing business hours, or direct to the ter of
Mrs. William Lone and son
gulley to Lake Lefferts; white on legs; Sunday September 4th
Kull
S. Buechler, Josephine Rd. balked at touching anything Commissioner
of Registration In Free- thence
th
(3) In a southerly
utherly direction
d i t i n a* in Engllshtown, Old Bridge Area. Lib*
Frank, Harbor Md., Laurence Emma
hold, at any lime between Wednesday
Red Bank 6-4545 — 6-0176
Britton,
Dorothy
Fulton
and
the easterly edge of Lake Lef* eral reward. Paul R. Stryker Holmright across the street in Holm- April 20th. 1955. and Thursday, Sep- long
aHrbor, spent Tuesday as guests Stanley Smykaj.
ferts to the center line of State High- del 9-C0O1 o r evenings Ked Bank (J
tember
23th.
1!I55.
way
.14;
thence
(4)
along
the
said cen> 0845.
del.
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of Mrs. Frank Voyle, Cliffwood
Notice
of
change
of
residence
or
apter line of State Highway 34 in a westTemporary transportation arfor transfer of registration erly direction to a point where tho
female, 8 years old, color
rangements for 121 students Mayor Spafford W. Schanck, plication
shall be made either by written re- said center line of State Highway .14 BOXEIt,
white chest, paws and bluze
forwarded to the Township Clerk Intersects the boundary line of the ifawn,
from St. Thomas parish to area Matawan Borough, confirmed quest
face; tongue abnormally large.
or the County
ity Board of Election
Township
of
Madison;
Ihenee
(5)
along
that
municipality
did
have
a
and protector on
parochial school also were auorms provlIded by said Township the said boundary line of the Township Prize companion
Disappeared July 13th. Please
thorized. They will attend five subdivision ordinance, which, Clerk, or Board or by calling in person of Madison to a point where said line farm.
for her. Generous reward. E .
(continued from page one)
at the office of the Township Clerk or intersects the center line of New Bruns- Jwatch
while
far
from
being
as
drastic
.
Holden.
Red
Dank.C-54U-R.
wjlu-fl
remove the key from the igni- schools in Perth Amboy, five in as Holmdel's, nevertheless was -ounty Board of Elections up to and wick Avenue: thence (G) in a northerly
Including September 29th. 11)55.
direction along the easterly edge of
New Brunswick and one In South
tion.
On
Thursday.
September
29th,
1955.
Lake Lefferts to the gulley that runs
a stop on "mass housing."
WANTED TO BUY
tho registration books will be closed
back of Locust Place: thence (7)
The chief has issued slipa to Amboy and, according to HarPreparation Nino Months until after the forthcoming General fn
along a lino drawn down the center of
school children with a. list of old M e y e r s, transportation, In
Election on Tuesday, November 8th, said gulley to a point where the center
When
the
township
was
askATTENTION
1<J55
of Schcnck Avenue Intersects the
"don'ts" for their conduct which chairman. This will free four
about this, Harold Dolan, a Notlca la Hereby given that District line
center line of Main Street: thence (B, Land owners, want acreage on or near
will guard their personal safe- classrooms in the township's ed
Boards of Election and Registry in along the center line of Main Street in main routes, 34, 35, 38, !l etc., for resiplanning
board
member,
held
a
school
system.
dential
and
commercial, low zoning,
for the Township of Matawan, a northerly direction to a point where
ty. Parents are urged to be
ordinance had been and
County of Monmouth, State of New the said center line of Main Street city water, principals only. Write Box
sure each child has one of these Several changes in janitorial subdivision
D
care
of
this
newspaper.
wj!5
Jersey,
will
meet
at
the
places
hereintersects
the
center
line
of
State
High
preparation there for nine inafter designated on
ivay 34; thence (U) along the said con
slips and explain the meaning personnel were reported by In
but could not be gotten TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8th, 1955 ter
line of State Highway 34 in an BUILDING SUPPLIES
of all the precautions. If a child Donald Borst, building chair- months
direction to a point where saic
the township committee between the hours of 7 a.m. and 8 easterly
does not have one of the slip9 man. Benjamin Makowka was before
for the purpose of conducting the cuiiter line uf Sidle Highway ?,i In
Mayor John Marz, jr.. p.m.
tersects tho roadbed of the Centra
general election for the election of
more are available at police relieved of his duties as janitor because
FACE BRICK
Railroad of New Jersey; thence (10)
not consent to a mlmi- 1 State Senator
selection of lace brick in the
of Browntown and Cheesequake would
headquarters.
nf the General Assembly along said toadbed to a point when LarRe.it
mun lot size of 125 feet by 100 21 Members
Wanner Bros. Face
said roadbed intersects the center lint shore area.
Freeholder
Schools,
his
place
taken
by
Mrs.
Householders are asked not to
feet. Mr. Dolan declared the
Commilteeman for the of Church Street: thence (II) along Brick Rates. Route 35._Cliffwood. wjtf
Highway 34
Cheesequake
the said center line of Church Strce
admit solicitors who cannot Mary Holton at a salary of mayor wanted lot sizes of 65 tilll Township
term
The sessions of the registry board in an westerly direction lo the poln
Ample rarkfnR Facilities — Dcautiful Grove for
FOR RENT
show cards from the police de- $2134. Mr. White felt a man feet by 100 feet.
or plate of lleginnlng.
will
bo
held
at
the'
following
polling
partment, and should not con- should have been appointed.
l'lcnics — rrlvalc Parties etc.
^
Pulling place, Midway Hose House APARTMENT 3 or 4 rooms and bath:
ELECTION DISTRICT
on Washington Street.
verse with such strangers, the Gertrude Schnuck was named This caused expression of con- TheFIRST
furnished or unfurnished. Business
First District comprises Oak
Saturday
Night—Stuffed
Cabbage
Platter
FOURTH
ELECTION
DISTRICT
sternation
throughout
the
room
couple,
all
utilities,
Write
Iiox
N
rare
to
Mrs.
Helton's
post
at
Cheesechief advises. Residents should
Shades, Kane Terrace, Atlantic Ave- All that part of the Borough cf Mat- f this newispAper.
wJ2S
Valley Drive, Church St., Llnyd aw.ui bounded on the cast and north
slam and lock the door in their quake Flrehouse at $540. Mrs. and the township mayor was nue,
Road, Line Road and New Brunswick unst by the boundary line of the Town TWO iipartmcnts, 3 rooms and hath
faces and then phone pollco of Sophie Buchan was hired for called on repeatedly to move on hardens.
ihlp
of
Mntiiwnn,
on
the
south
by
the
eni'h:
Main
St.,
Matnwan:
light
ntul
Memorial School at $1320 and a measure of some sort that Polling place. Township Hall, 03 northerly boundary lino of the Town heat furnished. Call Matawan l-OliOi!.
tholr prenence.
ship of Miirlboro. on thn west by the
William Kordzinski for St. would halt such an influx. Ho Atlantic Avenue.
Safety Suggestions
boundary line al the Township of Mat STORK about 10 x CO at 38 East Front
SECOND ELECTION DISTRICT
only promise "developers The
Second District comprises the a wan and on the north by a Hue ex- Street a few iloors west of Post
Other safety measures, ac- Thomas's Church rooms at $640. would
will only be given the green northwesterly side of Matawan Creek tending as follows; to wit:
Office, Keyporl, also store 20 x CO*,
cording to Chief Flood are:
:o
the
boundary
line
of
Middlesex
BEGINNING at a point where thi immediate occupancy, L. J. Costn,
light to go ahead if the develop- County, thence along Middlesex Coun- center
line of New Bninswick Avenue PcrsriliiB Place. Tel. KE 7-0DU1 or
Have locks on all doors and win
ment is self-supporting. Includ- ty lino to Whale Creek, thence along 1R intersected by the boundary line of 1535.
wji(
dows and lock them when away
Creek to its intersection with the Township at Matawan, thence (1)
ing the school system." He told Whale
the northwesterly prolongation of the in a northerly direction along the east- STORAGE spaee, nHJncent to West I
from home; tell the newsboys
tlie
school
board
that
they
would
easterly
edge
nf
Lenox
Road,
thtnee
erly
edge
"f
Lfiko
Lefferts
to
the
Riilley
(Continued from paso one)
Front St., IJorouffh Parking Lot. flnei1
and the milkman the day you
along the ennterly edge that runs In tho back of Locust Place
be permitted to pass on the plan southeasterly
up. Call Keyport 7-1335 or Kev
of Lenox Road, thence southeasterly thence (2) nlong .1 line drawn dowi flight
leave home to be sure to stop year," is the Jewish New Year. for
wjtf
any
subdivision.
along the easterly edge of Lenox Road tho con tor of -said ftulley to n pofn port 7-oaai.
It
occurs
on
the
first
and
secdeliveries; do not tell social cor
to a point on Cliffwood Avenue where where the center lini; of Sehonck Ave LARGK furnished room In Keyport,
nue InU'rsecls the center line of Mali nenr business! section and station;
respondents of newspapers that ond days of Tlshrl, marking the This did not appear to re- Cliffwood Bench and the tract k
Cliffwood Bench Park JJoin, using SI reel: thenre <:t) along the said con- suitable for working couple or single
you intend being away from anniversary of tho world's cre- move wholly the uneasiness ns
(h fformer properly
t liline oif Cliffwood
Street In a northerly person, Write Box E in care of this
_,__
_ tnr line of Main point
wheru the said
homo for a period and do not ation. The name Rosh Hashana Again he was pressed to "adopt the
wjtf
Beach and Cllffwood Beach Pk
Park, i:on- directionlinoto ofa M.'iin
Street Intersects newspaper.
uing south to Prospect Avenue and center
leave notes for prospective does not occur in the Bible, but an ordinance Immediately." He tlruiing
the
center
HIM?
of
Stale Highway
ROOM, rensonnble; next to hath, pnrk1
owing tho
following
Cliffwood
Bench
th
nch
prop
pritpwas
chlded
about
the
dangers
it
Is
referred
to
by
several
oth
iheni'i
(4)
nlotij;
tho
said
center
line
guests, telling them where a
li
crty line
to tho Keyport mendows, nnd if State Highway 'M In a point where iny space. Call KEyport 7-21121.
houso key Is and to mnko them er names, Yom Hadin, (Day of In small lot sizes. His only re- ihenco still along said property line Ihc
(said ('filter line or State HiRhway AI'AHTMKNT 5 larRo rooms nnd bnth:
Matnwan Creek.
HI iute.r.sc-ct.s the ruiit'.bud of Ihu Centra
selves at home; notify police Judgment); when all mankind ply was "I don't want to make to Polling
InrKt) porch; hot water system. Call
place, Fire-house, Cliffwood. Rnilrnml "f New Jer:,r;..
Mntawnn M029-IW nflur 0 p.m. ivj.5
your house will bo vacant for is judged by tho Creator and any statement at this time."
THIIiD ELECTION DISTRICT
Polling place, Kreneau Indepcndcn
Question Kallcla
tho fate of each Individual is
Tho Third District is bounded on Flriimuse,
a period.
F
re
up
nil
Ave,
CMFFWOOD.
2 ~"nluo
unfurnished
the south by Mntawan Creek; on the
VTU KLKCTir.N DISTRICT
rooms, modern imiinivemeiiin in colWhen Kolng out for tho eve Inscribed in tho Books of Heav- It then was suggested If the east by Rnrltnn Bay; on the north by AllV\that
use oi 2 other rooms,
part of the Honuif.'h of Mat ored dome;
1
en;
Yom
Tertian,
(Day
of
soundWhflfo
Cret'k
to
tho
intersection
at
mayor
would
not
talk,
some
othHiley Hume, Ray view
hounded on tin; v.c:;t by tho n.'fisonnlik .
nlng. leave at least two interWhale Creek and the easterly line of iiv.au
Iv.iiiul.'uv ilnr of the Township of Mnd Ave,, nenr County Hoad. Call Marior lights lighted; when going ing tho Shofar, ram's horn), tho er commltteeman might. Com- Lenox Road produced norlhwcslerlv, iwu,
on'ihe north liv tho boundary line ket 3-1)4-11 or inquire 418 High St..
In a ' fioulheaslerl.v
erlv direct Inn of the Township of Malnuan and on Newark.
wjis
awny on vacation, leavo the blasts call tho congregation to miUeeman Stephen J. Kalieta thence Lenox
ltoad to a JIH
point on Cliff- thu south and o;isl by i liuu cxtendlm;
shades up so pollco and others repentance find self-cxnmlna- was asked, if. as a Mattiwnn
Avenue wlierfr Cliffwood
i f f d I
as fnllm«-:: lu nit;
APARTMENT
i)
rouiUM.
sulte-l
for
one
1
tlon,
and
Yom
Hazlkaron
(Day
Township
Planning
Board
memthn
tract
known
as
Cliff
wo
nnd
11K( JINN ING at a point where the lo tnlu! roomers, Will decorate to
can spot anytlilnit unusual In
Roach Park Join, using thu former
line of fUnto Highway ,14 Inter- suit. Inquire SMRlo S.VKlem Lniimlrv
olelo: ask tho neighbors to Rath of Memorial) when Jews ask ber, he could go aloiiK with the properly lino of Cliffwood Reach and center the
Your youriKstcr mifjht ns well be actually
hnundary
Unit
of
Hie
Tuwninc.,
Ili'oad
tmd
First
St.,
Keyport
or
Bench Park, unntlmilMif smith shli) of MiidiMin, tiiciii.c
tlit-ncc (I)
tl) hi nn ens- •;il) Kuyport 7-O7.V7.
or mall and circulars; when tho Lord tu remember them small lot sizes projected by the Cllffwond
wJ22
tn Prospect Avenue and following Iho t n l y illriTtlmi ..:
locked out of college, if the funds aren't availalmii!.. tin.
'. snli' ' ffiitcr
talking to strajiRor.i on your meritoriously on behalf of the mayor. Mr. Kallcta would ven- Cllffwood
Remit pproperly
Krv • I f
f
ld Slnlc
Slntc H
i g h w a y 34
o p r l y lino tn
to Kry
:<li)
lllfjlnvay
,tl to a pnlnl MODI-,UN npartinenl fl rooms, commid LhiMuru hLlll nlmig ,'.h''re ttu* t'HKtifrl.V ciljli" nf Ljifco Lrf- pletuly rmlrNirolurt. PXIM-IIL-III lut-jinblo to send him I And juat think—a few doldoorstep, stand In front of tho good deeds of their nnceslnrs ture nothing more than he port
id properly line tto M
MnlnWun
l
CU fells InttTiUM-ts Mild renter line ..f f-latn HI,
RIMU lion, itntm w. Maghan
locking mechanism of tho door He further explained The would "protect tho township tax «J(j
Polling place. Fellowship Ilnll o." Nl|!hv.';iv :tl; ttieucu (2) alone the fiifit- lli'iic.v. Ma tu wan, N. J, Cull Mutn*
lars anved each week with un, can bo tho key
payer
in
any
event."
Machzor
Is
tho
namo
for
tho
Hnyview
Presbyterian
Church,.
West
erk- ';i.lr> of Lake Leffertu In n norther. writ! I-IHJO.'I,
so thoro can bo no slelRht-of\vJ13
and Greenwood Ave., Cliff- lv dlrci'llnn to Prospei'l Point; thence
to his future education. Our (mvlngs account?
hnnd touching or tampering prayer book used during those Mr. Wouzcl and Mr. Dolai Cont-ourso
wood.
CD alniut a linn drawn nrrofiH I^akt< Lef. APAHTMKNT, 3~riiuin« ftirnlshed or
ROSE K.
ferls from I'rnnpccl Puint In a mirth- uiifunilfjhed; IIIHO njnins for rent,
with tho locking meclmnlsm holidays and Tho Shofar la sym- hold that every tlmo a town
earn abovc-avcrago returns
Tmvnahlp
Clerk,
isisti'i-ly
fliri'i'ttcui
to
Uavlno
Hrlvc;
wliilo your attention is distract- bolic of Dlvino Majesty, An tho ship subdivision ordinance came
ilicme (1) iitonn n lino drawn HCIOHB
So college funds not only grow faster, but]
sound of the trumpet is asso- up for passage In the planning
the rulli'.v t" lite l«fl of
Mliihlaufl Ave
ed,
nue to a j-fijnt nt llu1 end of Mlu-rtv
WANTED TO BUY
HTATI5 OI* N1SW JHUSKY
ciated with a monarch's coro- board, tho mayor and Mr. Ka
they'ro avallnblo when school be(?lns. Open a
Sln-i'l; Uience (ft) riloiif! i) line pnriillel
lir.PAlCTMKNT OF STA'l'K
nation, likewise does tho sotint llotn blocked It. Mr. Wonzo CKItTinCATK OK DISSOLUTION with iM/itawiiii Itond to Ilif itulluy which M.IJ lypfcn nf nntkiucs, Dulls, toys,
GO-TO-COIIOKO account today. Just $1 dncs HI,
nlrmH Aberdeen Itnati; thence furniture1, clilmi, jilHsnwriro find ilci
of the Shofar proclaim tho hold tho township commlttco To nil lo whom Ihuwi pru.Hvnt.i nmy 11m.i
(ill (lion.: a line flown the cenler of icwclry, Opjiiirhmllv Simp, Tim MMCirrotlnic
Kingdom of Heaven. The Sho- could adopt a severe- ordinance •'time,
WHf'.HF.AS, It nppfnrH to my nntl*- -mid L'ldley: to n point wlien> >iriine ln> .hewn, 115 llrciailwiiy. Koyport, Cnll
jtf
far also symbolizes a cull to temporarily as a protective faction, Iiy duly fiiitht'iillitnled rccntilll
w lth Ihe HiiiliT Hue of Mnl'ii Kc',Y|inrt_7;l44(l._
(Continued from Pane ono)
( 7 ) fit" ijt t h
.•.•ml
tlui priiccrcUngH for thu voluntary ,vim Head;
Htt from such lniul caused lopentanoe, the rovolation on mousiiro, then when tho activi- of
MUlJIU'/lH Ud
In
dissolution llu'rcnf by the imnnlmmi» ccnti'i lllll
Real Estate For Sale
llii ly iHri'i-tlmi l'» tho point where
Ilia trouble,
Ml. Slnal, tho ln-Rnlhorlng of ties of dovclopera appeared less rumen t nf nil Hie Ntoi-kliotrti'rn, <!t'- mil
h );ri!<t i'<'iilct' Hue r,i* MiilawitM Horn!
•malted
tha LOCJIHLKA
U l K th<>
imalted hi my
my office,, that
oxllos ami a reminder of Iho monnclng, could amend it to HEIGHTS,
OnlliiiiniH!
I N C , a rnrimrntlMi oi thlft jiit<<!':<'('iM the boundary lino of thu IIOME1I — FARMS — "lll7siNI'1fSi:"H
INC,
Stnte,
Who so prlni'lpul "ffluc Is "Hu- Tmvituhlp nf Mnlnwnn.
Stt
Wh
willing sacrifices of forofathors moro liberal torms.
lion mill Mnllln Smith,
llenllnr/
Mr. Seaman smvitested pass
p
150
Main
Street
nted nl Nn. l.ri!)l Miiin .HI ice I, in the Polling plm.'f, JIulMlntf owned by
Customs In Iho homo for the "DHUi building can ruin our Town of Matnwan, Countv nf Mnn- Wllllfirii Trine, on It a vino Dr., nenr MM'i Milln SI, Cnll Mntnwnu 122(1/
n«o of nn ordinance- which wouU
ItdM'hlll
fcniotcrv.
inoulh,
Sliitn
of
New
JiTM-y
|C,
llfinI-OT
AlxjnlrtMi
Mnnd.
Mntnwnn,
100 *
M
A
T
A
W
A
N
fix liability nn tho landowners holidays Include* an extra bless- nchool system," Mr, Currlo kept dolnh IlniiBor, being the iiffont tlmri-lu
.1. FllANKUN nOMINICK,
ISO. Quirk Snlr *HK)II. stullrt ilrln.
(ilia In uliurftu thoruof, upon whuni JIS f Al .70 UnrouKh Clerk.
U tiioy undertook oxouvatlf/K or Ins pronounced In lighting can- saying.
I'.lc, Ilrnkor, Koy|iiirt 7-H01).
J13
MATAWAN JOURNAL, MAXAWAN,R J.
THE MATAWAN JOURNAL
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i
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miss Galosh Honoredf~Matawam Personal Items Speaks On Totowa At
Contemporary League
By Bridal Attendants
niminuttiniiMinirantiiitHmiiiimHinn
Church Directory
THE JWATAWAH JOURKM, MATAWAH,
PAGE FIVE
^THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1955
Former Matawan Boy
First Church of Christ, Scientist
Spring Valley
Mrs. George Clark, Broad St. Mrs. Frederick K. Dederick
Describes
Nursery
For
Community Church
On Forester Tour
81 IJroad SI , Keyport
nnd Mrs. Alfred Glldewell, lied entertained the Friday Evening
Sunday service 11 a.m., Sun- A. Thomas Clayton. Pastor
Mentally Retarded
Bank, attended a dinner and Bridge Club when the prize winDonald P. Lawton, 170 Oxford
day School 11 a.m. Wednes- Prayer meeting will be held
show in New York on Sept. 7 ners were Mrs. George BarbaAve., Fair Haven, formerly of
Mis Joan Marie Galosh, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Turner, nell, Mrs. William J. Rabel and The Matawan Contemporary day testimonial meeting 8 p.m.tonight at 7:30 o'clock.
Matawan,
a senior at the State
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Char- Wilmington, Del., are visiting Mrs. Conrad Johannsen. Other League opened its first meeting Reading Room open Wednesday Sunday School convenes at 2 To Wed Donovan Lent University of New' York College
t s Galosh, 46 Wilson Ave.. Ma-at the home of their son-in-law guests were Mrs. George R. of the season on Monday with a 2 to 4 p.m.
p.m.; the young people meet at
Forestry in Syracuse, is one
On Sunday, Sept. 25 of
tawan was guest of honor at aand daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Gaskell, Mrs. Marguerite Laird covered dish supper held at the The fact that understanding 6:30 p.m. Church service starts
of 12 student foresters on a 4200
home of Mrs. John Klnny,
I surprise miscellaneous shower Randolph Harris.
the allness of God, Spirit, frees at 7:45 p.m.
and Mrs. Ralph Bedle.
mile,
three-week tour through
Holmdel. This was followed by man from the Idolatry of maMiss Patricia Ann Egan, Maryland,
given by her bridal attendants,
Virginia, North CaroMiss Margery Schuler, Miss Mrs, T,iuvronc.e .T. Aitken and Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Rob-a talk by Charles P. Jubcnvllle,!terialism will be set forth at Spiritual Church of Holy Faith daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Paul lina, South Carolina, Georgia,.
1 Cenlcr St. at Route 35
A. Egan, 158 Broad St., Mata- Florida, and West Virginia. The
Blanche Scupp, Miss Carol So- daughter, Edith, are visiting inson and son, Richard, left Sat- Assistant Superintendent of theChristian Sciences services on
wan was the guest of honor at group started Sept. 6.
bolenski, Miss Alice Lauter, the former's son and daughter- urday for Philllppl, West Va., North Jersey Training School, Sunday. Keynoting the lessonCliffwood
a recent surprise bathroom and
Miss Alice Mllntta and Miss in-law, Mr. nnd Mrs. John H. where Richard has enrolled as Totowa. He told of the Totowa sermon entitled "Matter" is
Rev. E. Craig, Pastor
Aitken,
Kirkwood,
Mo.
a
student
at
Alderson-Broaddus
kitchen
shower given by Miss Accompanied by Prof. S. O,
Nursery, a 300 bed hospital for the Golden Text from I Corin- Services are held Sunday at
Patricia Matula, on Saturday
m e n t a l l y retarded children thians (10:14): "My dearly be- 8 p.m. and on Wednesday at 8Joan Gilbarte, Little Silver; Heiberg of the faculty, the group
evening at the American Legion Miss Marguerite Miller, New- College.
ark, Del., was a weekend guest The Women's Guild ot Trinity from the age of infancy to ^flve loved, flee from idolatry."
Miss Helen Jeffrey, Shrewsbury, will study regions not yet known
HRII, Matawan.
p.m.
of Mr. and Mrs. Jay F . Hosand Miss Suzanne Price at Miss to them and will learn how acaEpiscopal Church served a cov-years.
Miss Galosh will become the letter.
From "Science and Health Morganvllle Methodist Church
Price's home, Broad St., Eaton- demic instruction at the college
ered
dish
supper
Monday
eveColor
slides
were
shown
of
iVVlde of James A. Farley, Say- Mr. and Mrs. Frederick K,
With Key to the Scriptures" by
can be applied in the field. In
Rev. W. B. Magsam, Pastor
the nursery and the children Mary Baker Eddy, the followtown. '
reville, on Saturday, Oct. 8, atDederlck were dinner guests on ning for the members of the
the southern states they will be
"Why I Believe In God" will
10 a.m. in St. Joseph's Church, Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph parish to begin the fall activi- who are hospitalized. These ing passage will be read be the sermon topic of the pas- Miss Egan will become the able to observe a most intenties.
children are mlcrocephalicsi hy- (475:3): "To Infinite Spirit there
bride
of
Donovan
E
.
Lent
Keyport.
Thatcher, River Plaza.
tor at the 7:30 p.m. worship Franklin on Sunday, Sept. 25th sive practice of forestry.
drocephallcs, m o n g o l o i d s ,
Decorations Included a wishing Mrs Alice Walling, Mrs. Mary Mr. and Mis. James McCul- spastlcs and many others with is no matter, all is Spirit, di- service on Sunday, parishioners
Among the sites on the itinat 4:30 p.m. in St. Joseph's erary
well nnd a bell formed by yelare the Tidewater Forest
Glllls, Mrs. Margaret McDon- loeh, Arllntgon, Mr. and Mrs. abnormalities. The cost per pa-vine Principle and Us idea."
are urged to watch for the openlow streamers suspended from ald, Mrs. Robert Colot and Mrs.Carl Andersen, Hackensack, tient per year Is $1100. This is A nationwide television pro- ing of the new church basement. Church, Keyport.
Research center, santee Exand
Mr.
and
Mrs.
John
RemPastel colors were used in the perimental Forest, Walton Exthe celling to which were fas- Gusslc Bell attended the state
paid for by the state. At thegram is sponsored on Sunday
decorations with the gifts ar- perimental Forest, and several
tened miniature umbrellas in convention of the American Le- mert, Lloyd Harbor, L. I., were age of five years the girls are at 12:45 p.m. over Station WORTrinity Episcopal Church
ranged
In front of the fireplace others.
pink, blue and white. The gifts gion Auxiliary at Wildwood from weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.transferred to Vlneland Insti- TV, New York, Channel 0. The
Alain St.," Matawan
Fred Stahlbaum, Main St.
which was decorated with white
Rev. B. McK. Garlick
were place inside the bell.
Thursday to Sunday.
tute and the boys to Woodbine series Is produced by The Mothand gold chrysanthemums.
er Church. The First Church of
Rector
Music was furnished by the Mrs. Anthony Hart. Kingston Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hug andor New Lisbon Homes.
Brothers Celebrate
QBobby Gold trio.
N. Y., returned to her home children, Lynda Ann, Susan, The League's project for this Christ. Scientist, Boston, and The 15th Sunday after Trm- Guests present were Miss
Others present were Mrs. Sunday after spending a week Kathleen and Donna, and Mr. year, in co-operation with other will carry the title, "How Chris- lty there will be Holy Eucharist Carol Carter, Gales Ferry Birthdays At Party
Robert Burke and Mrs. Joseph visiting her mother, Mrs. Marand Mrs. John Barrett and chil- Evening Membership Depart- tian S c i e n c e Heals." The and sermon at 9:30 a.m. and Conn., Miss Rosemarle Mehm, A birthday party was given
Thomas, John and Richbroadcast will be presented church school at 10:30 a.m. Colts Neck; Miss Betty Beam,
is to raise funds to equip each
Harko, Rahway; Mrs. Andrew garet McDonald. Mr. Hart join- dren,
on Saturday for Wayne Jackard, were weekend guests of ments,
Sunday at this time.
The Ladles Guild meets Mon Rumson; Miss Kathy LaBrec- son, who was seven years old,
the
Totowa
Nursery
LaboraGalow, Mrs. M. Kovalik and ed her for the weekend.
Hug's parents. Mr. and
que, Fair Haven; Mrs. Edwin and Craig Jackson, who was
day
at
8
p.m.,
and
the
Girls'
tory.
Some
of
the
urgent
equipMrs. Cyril Kovalik, Somerville; Lloyd Little is a medical pa- Mrs.
Keyport Reformed Church
Friendly meeting will be Thurs- Sutphln, Miss Mar^orle Goff, six years old, at the home ot
Mrs. M'chael Scupp and Mrs. tient at Monmouth Memorial Mrs. Robert Hunter, Wildwood. ment needed Includes microSt., Keyport
Red Bank; Miss Rosslyn King, their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Erd-scopes, Incubators, centrafuges Rev.Warren
day, Sept. 22, at 3 p.m.
A. Soboleski, South River; Mrs. Hospital.
Roderick
N.
DeYoung
Arthur Farley, Sayreville: Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. William C. Ludl mann, Edgemere,Dr.. entertain- glassware, etc. This equipment
The Ladies Guild will spon- Little Silver; Miss Jane Pengel Washington Jackson. 41 Broad
entertained on Sunday Mr. anded Saturday afternoon in honor will make it possible to provide Junior choir practice is Sun-sor a rummage sale in the par-and Miss Carol Craig, Matawan. St., Matawan.
Frank Pavel, Avencl; Mrs. L.
E . Schuler, Miss Helga Kosch Mrs. Donald McMlllen, Eliza- of their daughter, Linda, who a quicker and more accurate day at 9 a.m. with Sunday ish house on Sept. 26, 27 and 28. Also attending were Mrs. F . A large birthday cake was
and Mrs. George Gnllos, jr.. Un-beth, who are enroute to Japan. was celebrating her eighth diagnosis of the children and School starting at 9:45 a.m. The
Bliss Price, Eatontown; Mrs. the table centerpiece and a col:
JFlrst Presbyterian Church Raymond
Jon; Mrs. John Matula, jr., Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Johnson birthday. Guests were Dar- also will be a basis for patho morning worship service at
L. Gilbarte, Little or scheme of yellow and green
10:45 a.m. is preceded by a 15216 Main St., Matawan
John Matulii, sr., Mrs. John and children. Susan, Timothy lene Bedle. Ann and Karen Mo- loplcal research.
Silver and Mrs. Paul A. Egan, was used for decorations.
Rev. Chester A. Galloway
Kico. Mrs. George Wonski, Mrs. and Jill, of Long Island, were hlar, Phyllis Maghan, Candace Members present were Mrs minute organ recital, church
Matawan.
were Butchie JonI,nrkwoort. Carol LaMura. Ka- William Zahn, Mrs. Robert membership and Bible class The sermon topic at the two Gifts were received from Miss es,Attending
Walter Soznlak and Mrs. Miwee»'"riri-guests ot-Kr__rvnd
Franklin and Larry Show,
jnssis-.-'it—3 p.m.. the junior
chael Matula, Perth Amboy. Charles E . Springhorn.
thy Lewis, Claire Armeljino, Su-| H a rdie," Mrs. Howard "WbTveT- youth fellowship at 7 p.m. andidentical .Sunday .morning serv- StiSfi-n—tyfrelv,
ices at 9:30 a.m. and 11 a.r.i. is
Also: Mrs. Andrew Gasper Mr. and Mrs. George Shaw san and Patty Crawford, Susan ton. Mrs. Bruce Hecht, Mrs. senior youth group at 8 o'clock. "A Faith To Live By." Sunday Betty Jane cronin, Rumson, Brenda Holmes, Victor Merrill,
and Miss Margo Curtln, Allen- Lee Sickles. Phyllis and Donchek, Mrs. John Bielen, Mrs. and Mrs. Margaret Shaw, Yon- and Patricia Carlson, Margue- George S e a r c h . Mrs. Frank
is at 9:30 a.m. and a hurst.
Qraziano, Mrs. Thomas Eiddons Senior choir practice is Thurs- School
Eugene Skowronek, Mrs. Thom- kers, N. Y. were overnight rite, James, Mary Ann and
ald Hardy, Pam, Faulette, Dennursery
is
conducted
at
11
a.m.
guests
Friday
of
Mr.
and
Mrs.
day
at
8
p.m.
Janet
O'Hare,
Kathy
McGraw
Mrs, George Barrett, Mrs. Au
as Falco and Miss Cell Kastak,
nis, Curtis Washington, Ricky
for
tots
whose
parents
wish
to
Elmore
Kattner.
and
Stephanie
Erdmaim.
gust schmelling, Mrs. Harry The Martha and Mary Circle attend church.
Old Bridge; Mrs. Michael BirMorgan, Jan Court, Conrad
Past
Matrons
Club
Mrs.
J.
Carle
Anderson
enterPitcher,
Mrs.
Edward
O'Hanmeeting
is
Monday.
rardi and daughter, Luanna,
Jackson, Mary and Billy SanMrs. Edward W. Currie enFetes Mrs. Renwick
South Amboy; Mrs. A. Habinak tained on Monday evening Mrs. tertained the Thursday After- lon, Mrs. John Kinney, Mrs
ford, all of Matawan; Claudia
First Baptist Church
Full Gospel Fellowship
, ,j{;tnd Mrs. Joseph Gallos, Wood' Daniel Sherban, Mrs. Leroy B. noon Dessert Bridge Club. Prize Arthur Klatt, Miss Edith Davi233 Main St., Matawan
Mrs. William Renwick, Mata- Sprague, Fair Haven; Rickey
Farrlngton Rd.
bridge; Mrs. Rymonad Swan- Collins, Mrs. William AckerEon, winners were Mrs. Leroy Sic- son, Miss Harriet Frances, Miss
Rev. Lawrence R. Bailey,
wan,
was the guest of honor a and Ronald Horton, Red Bank,
Hnzlet;
Mrs.
Thomas
M.
AnCheesequake
i son, Washington Rock: Miss
kels, Mrs. Paul Egan and Mrs Hannah McLean, Miss Doris
Pastor
a farewell dinner party on Fri-and Robert Jackson. Cllf'wood.
derson,
Mrs.
Samuel
E.
Tilton,
Schnorr.
Guests
were
Mrs
Sunday
School
is
at
10:30
a.m.
Mildred White, Metuchen; Mrs.
Richard Erdmann, Jr. Guests
Value of Vision" will be day evening at the Shore Point
Norman B. Lockwood, were Mrs. James Hauser and Donald Nellls, Mrs. Ross Ma- and a service Is held Sunday the"The
Julius Stein, Plalnfield: Mrs. Mrs.
pastor's sermon topic at Inn, Keyport, given by the past Miss Egan Entertains
ghan, Mrs. Lawrence Lemaire, evening at 7:30 p.m. All serv- both the 10 a.m. and 11 a.m.
Joseph Gallos, Nixon; Mrs. Au-Mrs. Walter O. Walling, Mrs. Mrs. John C. Eggleston.
Matrons Club of Golden Chapices are held at the home of services on Sunday. Sunday ter 120, Order of Eastern Star, Mother, Bridesmaids
gust Lauter and Miss Dorothy William H. Hitchcock, Mrs. Mrs. Lawrence Walker enterMr. and Mrs. F r e d e r i c k School meets at 10 a.m. with Keyport. Mr. and Mrs. RenLauter, Carteret: Mrs. John Daniel Barnett, Mrs, George H. tained Friday afternoon in hon-Linda Jean Straniero '•
Miss Patricia. Ann Egan, 158
Schmltt.
Qalos, Mrs. W. F . Jones and Davis, Mrs. Harvey S. Bedle, or of her son, Thomas, who was
classes for all age groups, and wick will leave In the near fu- Broad
St., Matawan recently endaughter, Karla, Stelton; Mrs. sr.. Keyport, and Mrs. Henry celebrating his fifth birthday Has Birthday Party
Friday evenings at 7:45 p.m.a nursery is conducted at 11
ture
to
make
their
home
In
L. Zucker, Malawan. Mrs. WilJohn Reska, Elizabeth.
an open-air meeting Is held in a.m. for children whose parents Clearwater, Fla. The guest of tertained her mother, Mrs, Paul
liam C. Ludi showed films of and Mrs. D. O. Machado enter- Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Stran- Matawan.
A.
Egan,
and members of her
wish to attend that service.
honor was presented with a bridal party at a bridesmaids'
Also Mrs. Anthony Garlto, her recent trip to South Africa. tained for her son, Michael, whoiero, Edgewater Dr., Marawnn
was eight years old. The par-entertained Sunday for tnelr Prayers are offered for the The mid-week prayer and gift.
jMrs. Richard Gold, Mrs. Miluncheon at the Chanticler, Millsick at all meetings.
Bible study is held Thursday Guests were Mrs. Genevieve burn.
" chael Hallerin, Mrs. Hayden Mr. and Mrs. George R. Gas-ty was given at Mrs. Walker's daughter, Linda Jean, on her
evenings
at
7:30
o'clock.
Jurman, Mrs. Thomas McCor- kell entertained a t dinner and home and guests were William seventh birthday.
Holt, Red Bank; Mrs. Phyllis Miss Egan will become the
Emmanuel Assemblies of God
macfc, Mrs. Harry Munson, bridge Saturday evening Mr. and Jane Ryder, Philip and A birthday cake was used for Middle Rd., North CentervilleReiths, Fair Haven; Mrs. Eliz- bride of Donovan E. Lent,
Mrs. Paul Arnold. Miss Helen and Mrs. Frederick K. Deder- Theresa Machado, Linda and the centerpiece of the table and
abeth Hoffler, Keyport; Mrs. Franklin, Sunday, Sept. 25th, at
Elias
Ellison,
Pastor
ick,
Mr.
and
Mrs.
William
J.
Fire
Auxiilary
Meets
Walter
Newman,
John
and
Wilballoons for decorations. A Sunday School for all ages Is
Bakos, Mrs. Robert Cornell,
Florence T u r n e r , Mrs. Lois 4:30 p.m. In St. Joseph's Church,
Mrs. Walter VanBrackle, Mrs. Rabel, Mr. and Mrs. J. Ray-Hem Bradley, Richard, Kathy prize was won by Edward Har- at 9:45 a.m. and morning wor- The Midway Hose Co. Auxil- Wolff, Mrs. Eva Whltehead, Keyport.
mond Ketchel and Mrs. W. Oli-and Jackie Lewis, James, Rob- ris, Matawan.
Charles Zumbano and Mrs.
Mrs. Marie Baxter, Mrs. Vera Attending were Miss Suzanne
ver Diggin,
ert, Richard and Patricia 'Wal- Others present were Janet ship Is at 11 o'clock. An evan- iary met on Monday evening at Selllck,
Charles Galosh, Matawan.
Mrs. Louise Giles, Price, Eatontown; Miss Joan
gelistic service is held Sunday the flrehouse with Mrs. FranGifts were sent by Miss Ceil Mrs. Victor Fredda entertain- ker.
Searls, Ruth Clugston, Cathy at 7:30 p.m.
Keansburg;
Mrs. Helen Urstadt, Gllbkrte, Little Silver, Miss Carces Adler presiding. Meetings
Habinak, Mrs. H. J. White, ed at bridge Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. Jac A. Cush- Neils, Allen and Sandra Rich- Tuesday at 7 p.m. there is are held the second Monday of Hazlet; Mrs. Helen Brown, Mrs. ol Craig, Matawan and Miss
when
the
prize
winners
were
Mrs. C. Boxzko, Miss Irene Molman were Saturday guests of ards, Glenn, Edward and Rod choir practice and at 7:30 p.m.each month. Hostesses were Sue Robinson, Mrs. Elizabeth Carol Carter, Gales Ferry,
,i*'M.
Mrs. N. A. Mikti. Mrs. Ste-Mrs. George Barrett, jr., andMr. and Mrs. Robert Cushman, Harris, Matawan.
MacEwan, Union Beach; Mrs.
the young people's fellowship Mrs. Mabel Clark and Mrs.
J
phen Gallos, Miss Joan Ballon, Mrs. William C. Ludi. Other Princeton Junction.
Also: Mr. and Mrs, J . Joseph
Emma Metze, Mrs. Verna KelVera Burlew,
Miss Mary Dustal, Mrs. J. Mil-guests were Mrs. August M. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Carlson Flzzl and daughter, Patricia meets.
ly, Cliffwood; Miss Catherine! Real Estate Listing Cards for
ntta, Mrs. William Borusovlc Schmeling-, Crawford's Corner, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lew- Mr. and Mrs. Edward Harris Prayer and Bible study Is
StillwaRgon.
Matawan.
sale at this office.
Have you read the classified Ads?
Mrs. George Gallos, sr., Mrs. Mrs. George Rltter, Mrs. Rob-is were dinner guests Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Caprlonl Thursday at 8 p.m.
S. Kelly, Misses Carol and Pam-ert Bentley. Mrs. Thomas Dix evening of Mr, and Mrs. David Mr. and Mrs. Patsy Cravalot
ela Resko, Mrs. Victor Schus- and Mrs. William A. Zahn.
McAneny, Keyport. The dinner Mr. and Mrs. Rolln Richards
: ter, Mrs. Joseph Bakos, Mrs. Mrs. Frederick K. Dederlck was in honor of Maj. Clarence all of Matawan, and Mr. and
Leon Brown, Mrs. Joseph In- entertained at dinner and sam-Chamberlain and Mrs. Cham, Mrs,
Bruce Koopman, Caldguaggiato, Miss Frances Ingu- ba on Thursday in honor of Mrs berlaln, Dayton, Ohio,
well.
agglato, Mrs. Carl Ludwig, W. Oliver Diggln, who was cele- Mr. and Mrs. Julius Fincken
Mrs. Charles Ruff, Mrs. Joseph brating her birthday. Guests Walllngford, Pa., were weekend Mrs. Maher Hostess
.VanBrackle, Miss Elaine War- were Mrs. George R. Gaskell, guests of Mr, and Mrs. George
At Bridal Shower
w e n , Mrs. Wallace Laursen, Mrs. Conrad Johannsen, Mrs. Doublier.
Mrs.
William Kearns, Miss Marguerite Laird and Miss Pa- Mrs. Ralph C. Bedle enter
Mrs. Lawrence H. Maher, MaMary Beth Kenrns, Mrs. Milton tricia McKeen.
tnined at bridge Thursday eve tawan, entertained at a miscelLudwig.
Dr. Howard L. Ritter, head ning when prize winners were laneous shower on Sept. 7 for
of the chemistry department of Mrs. Calvin Bell, Mrs: P . How-Miss Nellie Doak who was mar
University, Oxford, Ohio, ard Lloyd, jr., and the hostess rled on Saturday to John M
Band Parents To Meet Miami
wns the weekend guest of hisOther guests were Mrs, Jac AO'Neill, Shortsvllle, N. Y.
The Mnta-wan High School brother and sister-in-law, Mr. Cushman, Mrs. Charles Pike
Tlie guests were Mrs. dies
Band Parents will hold their and Mrs. George H. Ritter, Mrs. Robert Bentley, all of Ma-ter A. Galloway, Mrs. Gordon
first meeting of the season on Broad St.
tawan, Mrs. G. J . Sterling Magee, Mrs. John Gilbert, Mrs
Monday nt 8:00 p.m. in the Mrs. William C. Ludi enter- Thompson, jr.. Mlddletown, and D. A. Baumann, Mrs. Martin
High School, and thereafter on tained on Tuesday evening to Mrs. Charles C. Schock, jr., SeaBosak, Mrs, Homer Loontlne
(Q,he third Monday of each month show slides of her trip to* South Girt.
Mrs, Everett Carlson, Mrs. Wilduring the school term. Plans Africa. Her guests were Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Russell A.
liam Hospador, Mrs. Bryce H
will be discussed for a play to Edward W. Currie, Mrs. Chan- Stetler. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick McMullen, Mrs. Henry Lusebe held In November. Election nine P . Clapp, Mrs. James a . Mauer, Mr. and Mrs. Robert J brink, Mrs. Robert Doak, ond
of officers will take place in Oc-Neil, Mr. and Mrs. J . Raymond Marvin and son, Robert, jr. the Misses Lydio and itene
tober.
Ketchel, Mrs. Marguerite Laird, Mayor Spafford W. Schanck and Doak.
Mrs. William J. Rabel, Mrs, Mrs. Schanck, nnd Miss Esther Gifts were sent by Mrs. J
C. Eggleston, Mrs. Ralph Blnu attended the wedding Sat- Fred Stevens, Mrs. Kenneth
Cliffwood PTA Tonight John
W. Herrick, Mrs. Ralph C. Bedle urday afternoon of Miss Patri- Miller, Mrs. Chester Gambert
and
Mrs.
Leroy Sickels.
The first meeting of the seacia Miller, daughter of Mr. andMrs. E. Sabo, Miss Edith Bozson of the Cliffwood Parent- Howard Nelson Shinn left Mrs. Rudolph B. Miller to Ed-za, Mrs. Marshall Beoman and
Thursday
with
his
father,
Wai
Teacher Association will be
ward Abbott France, North Miss Michele Doak.
< -Tield tonight at 8 o'clock in theter Shinn, Miami, Fla., for Mon-Branch, at the Holy Comforter
Cliffwood School. Mrs. Gloria treal after spending 10 days vis- Episcopal Church, Rahway. and Republican Women
Bunger, president, will conduct iting his grandparents. Mr. andthe reception at the Roselle Golf
To Hold Open Meeting
the meeting. All parents , areMrs. Howard E . Shinn, Fierro Club.
Ave.
urged to attend.
Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard Crane The United Women's Repuband children, David and Mary lican Clubs of Monmouth CounBeth, Arlington. Va., were week- ty will hold an open meeting
end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rob-in the American Legion Hall
Matawan, on Thursday, Sept
ert 8, Doak.
Miss Jeanne Taylor and Miss 22, at 2 p.m. Anyone interest
Marjorie Warwick spent the ed in hearing an interesting
weekend at Nantucket, Mass. panel discussion on "The FuncMr. and Mrs. William C. Ludi tions and Problems of the New
were dinner guests Wednesday Jersey State Legislature" Is Inevening at a farewell dinner for vited to attend.
them given at the home of Mr. The discussion period will be
and Mrs. George McQulre, led by Assemblymen Alfred
Westfleld. Mr. and Mrs. Ludi Beadleston and Clifton Bnrkawill leave shortly for Havana, low and Sen. Richard R. Stout
Refreshments will be served.
Cuba.
Nicholas Marshall and daughThis is tlie time to plan for improveter Francine, North Hollywood, Mrs. Spafford Schanck, Mrs
ments that will make your house more
Calif., were Wednesday and J. Raymond Ketchel, Mrs. Paul
Thursday guests of Mr. and Mrs,Blsh, Mrs. Goorgo Barrett, jr.,
comfortable during the winter months.
Robert S. Doak.
We hnve only n limited number of the popular 1955 Chryslers
Mrs, Victor Fredda, Mrs. Jo
An inadequate heating svsteni should
Mr, nnd Mrs, Walter V. Tay- p Dornberger. Mrs, John P .
left . . . nnd there will be no more, To clear them now,
be repaired or replaced with si new one.
lor spent- Friday and Saturday Mohair, Mrs, Russell A, G. Stetwe'll give you the dronm deal of a lifetime. We'll give you
vlsltng
Valley
Forgo
and
the
ler,
Mrs.
Conover
Burlew,
Mrs.
Insulation, storm doors and windows
such a big ollownncc on your old car thnt you'll actually be
Longwood
Gardens,
Kennott
George
Doublior,
Mi's.
J
,
Fnmkwill conserve boat and siive fuel. Roofgetting a big new Chrysler far no more than you'd expect to
Square, Pa.
lin Donilnlck and Mrs. Gerard
ing repairs are important.
pay for n small car in n few weeks.
Mrs. David M; Bruce enter A. Devlin attended the annual
tnlned at brldgo on Sopt. 7. Thecard party Friday afternoon ul
Moreover,
you'll be getting the cur that set the style nnd
Sea
Olrt
Inn,
sponsored
by
Ihe
prlco winners woro Mrs. Elimprovements oi' any nature "can be fiperformance pace in 1955 . , . with sales up 74% more than
more Kattner, Mrs, George R. United Women's Republican
nanced wilh an FIIA Improvement
liny other fine cur. I'opulnr cars always command a higher '
auskell and Mrs. Walter V Clubs of Monmouth County
Loan on convenient terms of monthly
Taylor.
Rita Kocffler, Spring Lake, pie
rc-snle value. Act now, while we can still mnkc this offer.
payment. We shall be glad to discuss
Mr, and Mrs. Theodore Bo- scnted a fashion dhow of handIn a few weeks your present car will be worth much less,
made
fall
hats,
one
of
which
Q
boul, Wcldon Rd., entertained
your plans.
recently at farewell dinner for was called "The Mamie Elseii'
JMr, and. Mrs, William Renwlck, howcr" hat and snnt to Mrs
Other gufsts we'i'6~Mi'V and Mrs,ElseqliDiv.!!r as^ji Klft from the
""
•—
John W. Renwlck ond David clubh
Dugiflns.
Miss Margnrot Anno Rend,
Mi. nnd Mrs/ Rnlph Coaraoy daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Polur
mid daughter, Gay Dliuie, At-A. Head, Weldon Ud., has enlanta, Cln., and Mrs, Conrnoy'n tered the freshman class at
MATAWAN, NEW JF.BSEY
(Rtlini-. Franklin Robb, New
Ohio Wcslcynn University, DelYork, formerly of Mntnwan, aware, Ohio, Mr, and Mrs.
MIMIC! PIDIIAl «(!fKVI 1UTIM
HtMIIH (IDHAl DIPOUT INIUHAIJCI COtPOIAftOpf
woro Sunday guosts of Mr. nndHead took thalr daughter to
MM. atooklon II Hopkins, Mnln Delnwnrci over the weekend.
i«N( I N MONMOUTH C0UN1T - UTAOUSHtO I I I * '
St.
Freshman wnuk activities start(Continued, bottom next column) cd on Sumlny.
IIIUMUmilMMtMMIIIUIHIUIHIIII,
IIMHHIIII
Bridal Shower For
Miss Patricia Egan
*
Wedding Will Take
Place On October 8
HERE'S WHERE YOU GET A
ER FOR
Prepare For
Cold Weather
1 AKI>II]KS A MERCHANTS
NATIONAL B A N K
L
THE PRICE A SMALL CAR
WILL COST!
Raritan Garage
Bennett's Garage Inc.
So. Main St., Keyport. N.J.-KE 7-0361
Main St., Marlboro, N.J. - FR 8-1330
24 More Players , START OF TWO RACES IN SUNDAY'S REGATTA New Powered Car
Bolster MHS Squad
Stadium Sensation
Evans Relieved
As Number Increases
Chevalier Runs Away
From Field Friday
Call Bowling Entries
.
Final meeting belore bowling starts will be held by the
Keyport Itecrealion Lcugue
Monday night at 8 ri.m. at the
American Lesion Hall, \V.
Front St., Keyport, El Barker, Jcairue secretary, announces.
All sponsors, captains
and bowlers interested in entering teams arc asked (o attend.
Final meeting of the Keyport Businessmen's Bowline
League also is to be held this
week.
There are now 12
teams entered as the league
starts its 13th year of competition, and Bill Barker, secretary, states new teams canbe entered up until the first
night of bowling, on Scut. 21.
Call Kcyport 7-3013-K or -writethe secretary at 708 Seventh
St., Union Beach.
Keys Scrimmage
Red Bank Squads
THE MATAWAN JOURNAL, MATAWAN, N. J. !
T I I U W H V , SEPTEMBJ5B 1"!,
PAGE SIX
Court Views Dimly
Rush Work For Opener 'Thrill Hill" Zooming
At Lambertviile 24th
A Union Beach youth lost
Suryey Next Week
On Part-Time Work
his Questions on part-time work
Bill
chevalier,
Snyrevllk
Conch Stan (Tuffy) Baker license for three months on will be asked along with inquirdriving a new caixpowered b
stated he was pleased with the Thursday for overturning a ca ies covering employment aift
a Thunderbird motor, set a no1
defensive showing of the Key- on M i (1 d 1 e t o wn Township's unemployment in the Septemmode in stock car racing at 01
port High grid squad after the •Thrill Hill" Aug. 25, "Thril!
Bridge Stadium Friday when h
initial scrimmage of the season Hill" is a section of Laurel Ave ber Current Population Survey,
outdistanced the field in the te,
last week. Red Bank, a phyaccording to Jerome Litzky, Su- j
ture event and left the leadln
sically powerful squad, furnish- where the grade Is such that by pervisor of ttm New York Dls-j
hitting
the
crest
of
the
grade
a
drivers of the season. Le
ed the opposition.
a high speed one can zoom one's trict Office of the Unite*
Brown, Lambertviile, and Pe1
The work of Tony Cogliano
Frazee, Railway, virtually "ou
car out Into the air and not hi; States Census Bureau.
and
George
Ruth
in
bncklns
up
Similar questions asked in tho
of sight."
the line came in for special ground again on a bounce down July Current Population Survey
hill
for
nearly
100
feet.
YouthAl Warden, Lakewood, cam
commendation. On the offenrevealed that 7,113,000 personsback into the limelight In th
sive side, the Red and White ful drivers seek to outdo each worked part time in the United
ast Sunday night racing- of th
took the field with the follow- other at the spot by making States during the week of JuK,
year, but only because Chev
ing lineup: Rich Wharton and their cars fly into space.
10-16 in non-agricultural Indus'
alier and his new car were no
Dick Johnson, ends; Jim Himtries while 1,836,000 worked part
Constantine
Zlos.
n
,
of
905
present. Racing will go on i
merlein and Harold Kraft, tactime in agriculture. Of the 7,Sunday afternoon only basis a
kles; Bob Phillips and Bill Nei- Fifth St.. Union Beach, lost con- 113,000 persons in non-agriculhe track from now on.
hart, guards; George Walling, trol when he bounced down over tural industries who worked part
center, and Hank Clenry, Ruth the crest, the car overturning. time during the week of July
Over the weekend, Jim Hof:
George Swann and Dave Whar- Zols and one companion. Car 10-16, 2.3G1.000 usually work
man, Morganville, driving th
ton In the backfield. Ray Lo- men Capula, 1C, East Broad full time at their present job
car formerly raced by Budd,
Presto, a newcomer, put on a way. Union Beach, were hos- while 4.752,000 regularly work
Ben], Keyport, placed fourth
flashy showing as ii runner and pitalized with injuries after the part time. The latter figure inSunday and took a consolatlo
passer when inserted into the overturning.
cludes persons who could only
•ace Friday.
RUDY BRUNO is back in ineup. Frank Mielc gave f. Other passengers were Henry find part-time work. In agr|-^
Chevalier roared to his
d
e
a
r
y
,
16,
of
327
Bayview
Ave.
with Frank Boyle for Rood account of himself in the
culture, 589.000 of the l,836,0(h,<
md feature victory of the 8ea ;rainlng
,he coming indoor professional line. Milt Woodruff was im- Allan Curran. 15. of Bay View persons reported as working
:on Friday by copping the 25 boxing
Ave., and Joseph De La Cruz part time during the week of
pressive as an end.
season.
Rudy
will
be
ap main go before a large gath remembered as the Cllffwood
16, of 22 Lorillnrd Ave., all of July 10-16 usually work full time
>ring. The "Flying French- boys
ran up an impressive The Keys had their second Union Beach.
at their present job while 1,247,nan" outdistanced Bob Allen ecordwho
scrimmage
of
the
season
yesZlos plead guilty to a reckless 000 usually work part time.
in the 128 pound class as
viiddlesex, Brown and Ed So an amateur
terdny
when
they
engaged
Red
driving charge and threw himthen turned
den. Red Bank, who flnshec irofcssional boxer,
Coach self on the mercy of the court, The current population surin 1951 to score Bank Catholic High.
cross the finish line In the or wins at Ridgewood
Baker has IQ bring his squad before Magistrate Gilbert Man vey will be conducted here and
Grove,
Lauei named.
other areas of the counel Gardens and finally in Ma- along last in contact experience son, on a reckless driving inry 229
during the week of Sept. 19Chevnlier, Frazee, and Sodei •lson Square Garden before en- with other teams as the open- charge.
ach won a heat race and tht ;ering the Army in the sum- ng game with Lambertviile at
:onsolation events went to Jim mer of 1D52. In the Army, Rudy he West Jersey school's urld- County Scout Officials
Hoffman and Joe Lanzaro, botl ild not participate in boxing ron is only 10 days away.
On National Council
ourneys as those were conduct"rom Morganville.
There was no time for thu id on an amateur basis, but- he Amboy A. A. Sunday against
Seven Monmouth County Boy
feature due to a three-car pile-] oted as camp boxing instruc- the South Orange Ginats in Scout Officials have been namp on~lhe eighth lap; Tub driv or. He lias been olii. of are4—the—Tgiirnajagg t A WALTER REAUt THEATRE
ntatlves to the Nars escaped injury.
:ervice for two months now and pions. The S o u t h Amboy llonai Council, Boy Scouts oi ~Crs»-Ki-Ji0w-5;.«w Starts :t SWF j
The summaries:
leen working back into shape team was defeated, 2-1, in 12 America from this section, ac- TELEPHONE! EATONTOWN 1 I ' l l
First heat: l—-Pete Frazee nder Boyle's guidance. Boyle innings. DeiU locked with cording to E. Donald Sterner,
The new linemen who turne
:—Len Brown; 3—Ben Nero ,'ould like to match Bruno, now, Chuck Mencke. of the South Belmar, President of the Scout
out are: Cliff Jobes, John Ge
^lainfield; 4—Charles Cregar, ,t tile age of 22, weighing 148 Orange team, in one of the Cpuncil.
Close Competition In '
Fill, and SAT.
Continue Play; Will
mann. Earl Gregory* Vftl Be
Pa. Time: 4:14.43.
2 Thrill racked Features
lounds, with Tex Gonzales, Or- better pitchers' battles of the
Sailing Last Weekend
Besides
Mr.
Sterner,
the
repAccept New Members Nazareth,
anger, Joe Jokowski, Carme
Second heat: 1—Soden: 2— nge, who also was discharged season. The Matawan boy al- resentatives are: W i l l i a m
It Came From
Parisi, Frank O'Nell, Neal Ma:
Oldtime associates in tr
The annual trophy • tourna- 3ob Allen; 3—Sonny Strupp, om the armed forces recent- lowed four hits in nine innings Buchsbaum. Spring Lake; Irvlnconico, Marty Oallucci, an
lainfield;
4— Bob Boudlnot '. Gonzales will be recalled before being relieved. Neith- ing Feist, Shrewsbury; Sanford
Beneath The Sea
Bob Peterson. In the backfie: Raritan Bay Yacht Racing A ments of the Beacon Beach Ten- ew Brunswick. No time.
,s tile fighter who fought recent- er side scored until the eighth
—:ii!(l—
Tom Holmes. Bob Phelan, Cha soeiation turned out in force t nis Club concluded over Labor Third heat: 1—Chevalier; 2— ral e n c o u n t e r s with Joe inning. Bob Dustal, former Flint, Interlaken; Frederick A.
Creature
With The
jFitch,
Superintendent
of
JamesHe Keck, Neil Scully, clarenc lend support to the annual sai Day weekend.
lm Metzler, Pottersvjlle; 3— iRocky) Tomasello, Matawan, South River High liurlcr, took burg State Home; Lloyd Cnssol,
Edmond and Rich Fariell ing regatta of the Keyport Yacl:
Men's singles finished with the "ick Nlcolette, Belleville;
Atom Brain
everal years back. He has a over for the Amboys in the Freehold, and E. Murray Todd,
Club
over
the
weekend
an
have been added. Bill Strothe:
usual battle between Allan Mac itrupp. No time.
ilg following around Newark, lOth and wns charged with the Holmdel. Mr. Sterner and Mr.
—Extra Added Fri. Eve—
a letterman, has Joined Tom mnkn it a success. There weri Donald, wirner, and Steve Nes- 10-lap consolation: Joe Lan- in the amateur side, another defeat.
The South Amboy
One Hour of Color Cartoons
Welstead and Tom Savage in 22 boats in competition in a' ter, runner-up.
These men ;aro, Morganville; 1—Doc Mor- 'ross brother, Frank, In the 133- team was invited to compete Feist are both members of the
classes.
bid to team with Fasso at th
have reached the finals each ow. Old Bridge; 3—Bill Lan lound class, has joined the in the championship as win- Regional Executive Committee
end posts.
Racing was in four classes year for a number' of years.
iaro, Morganville; 4 — Orie Illffwood Boys Club camp, ners of the Mid - County Ifor New York, New Jersey and
Thistles, Lightnings, Comet
The women's singles final ammond, New Brunswick. No loyle expects great things of League pennant. The Jersey Puerto Rico. All arc active
STJN. T11KU WED.
members of the Board of Diand Penguins. For the fin match was the most startling ;me.
Shore League Is so late in rectors of Monmouth Council,
Ms boy, who just turned 16.
Gary Grant - Grace Kelly
time in many years -there wa of the matches.. Miss Muriel
concluding its season that the iBoy Scouts of America.
1—J i m
—inno racing in the Star Class.
Ackerman, winner, defended 12-lap consolation:
shore champ does not get a
Morganville; 2—Jer
Raritan Yacht Club. Pert! her title against Miss Cheryll :offman,
chance
to play in the TournaTo Catch a Thief
R O C K Y
MABCIANO,
Britton,
Faterson;
3—Bill
Amboy, skippers swept three d Walters, runner-up. Cheryll, a 'fister, Eatontown; 4—Joe Fu- world's heavyweight cham- ment.
The Garden State Parkway
(Color by Technicolor)
visions. Their national cham junior member, was expected ;a, Manville.
inks a dozen vital military and
pion, is returning to Mon,n the Thistle Class, Al AVI to be outclassed completely, but
naval
installations
along
the
—Plus 2nd Hit—
mouth
County
after
his
bout
Course In Gun Safety
lams, ran into unexpected op put forth a most spectacular 25-lap feature: 1—Chevalier, with Archie Moore in New
BILLY HOHENSTEIN, Key- New Jersey Shore.
Among
The
Black Pirates
iayreville; 2—Allen; 3—Brown;
port,
expects
to
take
to
the
raceFor 14-21 Age Group position from his clubmate game with the third set tied 4—Soden.
hem
are
Fort
Monmouth,
the
York Sept. 20 to rest and reAnthony Dexter
No time.
Duff, winning by only twi again and again. Both girls
way at Old Bridge Stadium next Earle Naval Ammunition De
cuperate
from
any
damage
lln Color)
Wardell took the lead on the he challenger may do him. weekend with his new car. The pot, the Raritan Arsenal, the
'.
Young hunters of New Jer- points, 13-11, after a close fin played remarkably well.
ieventh lap and held on to it Rocky,
sey planning- to participate i; ish in the third race. More;
racing auto has been rendy for Lakeliurst Naval Air Station,
FKEE KIDDIE
his
wife
and
little
Mixed
doubles,
Jokingly
called
win the 25-lap feature stock
the fall hunting seasons wen Hall, Raritan, was third wit; "mixed-up doubles," were the
'LAYCROUXn — FEflKIS will
stay
with some time, but as BUI has been he Pomona Naval Air Station,
ar race Sunday. It was his daughter
requested last week by the Stat six points.
WHEEL — PONY HIDES '. ,•
rlends in Asbury Park. It Is with a band down at the and the Coast Guard base at
club
amusement.
The
memberilrd
main
event
triumph
of
the
MERKY-GO-UOUNI)
Division of Fish and Game. De- Two Keyport entries In .th; ship consists of twice as many
lOSMble Rocky may show up shore weekends during the )ape May,
'
partment of Conservation an Lightning Class, Frank Fleiri- men as women so it was decid- ason.
In this area during that time summer, he could not get a
Economic Development, to pla: ng and Jack Putman, trailer ed to fill In the needed num-; Tom Elliott, Daytona Beach as he is a friend of Stephen chance to race on the nights
now to qualify for hunting li- heir more experienced rivals ber of "females" from the jun- la., wns second nnd Frazee, D. Lavole, Matawan. Their when the track held events. Bill
censes.
Grandsljnd AIR CONDITIONED • Comp/e/efy MoJcrnized
iom. the Amboy Club. Ro ior ranks, matching the small- ird', Jim Hoffman, Stelton i'lendshlp is built on the com- is an all-out auto racing enthusUnder the law, no person be- Cnnpp found the competition i: est juniors with the top playing ipped fourth money. Warden's mon interest of having come iast, his vacation trip being to
•Inning
time
was
10:34.05.
tween 14 and 21 years of !iEe fcyport waters close also, win men, as a handicap, To the
up in boxing in the rough- Darlington, S. C , to see the naunless he can produce a prev- ng by time advantage in thre amazement of all, Kathy Fitz- Heat winners wero: Wardell, .ough South Boston area. Mr. tional championships in late
ious hunting license, can securi aces from his clubmate, Gen Slmons. 10 years old, supported Ulott, and Don Stumpf, Kldge
avoie, while he was study- model cars race. As one new
) DAYS OF
a current hunting license with- rick, after they had tied at % 'her partner, Mr. MacDonald, to eld Park. Soden captured the ng at Northeastern Univer- driver comes in from Keyport,
out furnishing a certificate show lolnts. - Al -Wickberg.-- -of—Ihi reach the finals. In the- fina-i-1 lap consolation race in 5:21.- sity _and Harvard, earned another bows out. George Beal
Homes* Racing
Ing he has completed successful Raritan Club, was third wit' match between the pair and
some of 1hV"expens"e~s~ift"His" SQld.._.his__cnr^J,9.1I3in_ Huffman.:
Rain or Shine
ly a course in gun safety.
2 points, followed by anothe: Miss Muriel Ackerman and Bob The summaries:
college education by fighting lit would seem that Bill~Chev
First
heat:
Wardell;
2—Allen.
\mboyan.
Jack
Neiner
with
20
Dr. A. Heaton Undcrhlll, Di
professionally in Boston fight aller, Sayrevllle, has pretty well
[Schaab, Kathy and MacDonald,
Middlesex; 3—Boudlnot, New club. He was at one time spread-eagled the field at the
rector of the Division ot Fish Fleming scored 10 points and won the match.
LADIES' DAY
Brunswick; 4 — Strupp, Plain-, amateur heavyweight cham- Stadium by coming out with
and Game, reported to Com 'utman eight, sailing wlthoul
In the men's doubles, Steve field. Time: 4:16:46.
missloner Joseph E. McLean o; enefit of skinnakers.
iloii of New England before that car with the Thunderbird
Mew
Jersey's
Only
?an
Mutuel
Trolling
Trock
Nester
and
Walt
Mergner
took
motor
in
it.
When
he
took
to
Second heat: 1—Elliott; 2— uring pro. His brother, Euthe Department of Conservation In the Comet Class, the old
'Irst place with MacDonald and Brown, Lambertviile; 3—Kara- gene Lavole, former president the raceway Frlduy with that
and Economic Development, ,ime by Star Class champ,
Inowskl, S o u t h River; 4—B. if the Matawan Rotary Club, new job with blue flame spurtthat over 500 instructors desig- racker, carried the colors o: Schaab, runners-up.
nated by the National Rifle As Richmond County Yacht Club In the boys' singles, Larry Hoffman, Morganville. No time. lso was a boxer of note. Gene ing from it, Chevalier set a new
soclatlon of America are ready o a convincing triumph with 22 Hunt was the winner with his Third heat: 1—Stumpf, Eidge- :an tell a story about a Bat- mode in stock car racing.
to give instructions on gun safe ioints. He needed all his wiles brother, Douglas, runner-up. In field Park; 2—Frazee; 3—Mor- ,llng Ginsberg, a boxer who
ty to youthful hunters based on lowever, to outlast two Raritan girls' singles, Lois PitzSimons row. Old Bridge; 4—Nero, 'lourished in the South Boston
Do? Places Second
the Hunters Safety Course o, kippers, Ed Pierce, who had iwas the winner, with her sister, Plainfleld. Time: 4:09.39.
rea at that time. When the
0 points and Con Erickson oyce, runner-up.
the association.
Consolation : 1 — Soden: 2— story is told, one gets the
The
Central Jersey Beaglo
tournament
officially Hoffer, Old Bridge; 3—Hoff, itrong suspicion that it was Club held its trial at Hopeu-eilj
Dr. Underhill emphasized the •ith 16. Al Thrasher, Amboy, The
Instructors are volunteers who nd Carl Holmes, Keyport marks the close of the summer Bloomfleld; 4—Hammond, New dene himself who was fight- on Sept. 6. Les Baskin. Belae under the name of Bat- :nar, took Faoli J and G. Rob:eason, but the club members Brunswick. Time: 5:21.51.
freely give their time and know- •ailed.
lege of gun safety to promote There was an unpsct in the :ontlnue to play until the snow Feature: 1—Wardell; 2—ElRoy, owned by Harold Crocker. |
1
ling Ginsberg and packing of the Morganville, The beagle
lies.
Announcement
Is
made
Phone
safe hunting in New Jersey 'ensuin (dinghy) Class where
liott; 3—Frazee; 4—J. Hoffman
them In at the fight clubs came in second in the 13-inch
when seasons officially open :eine Kaufman, Raritan, raced that new members will be ac- Time: 10:35.05.
'nmorrnw-Satiirilay
TnilayKepi. 15-16-17
around Boston.
"It will be impossible for the o decisive wins over Gil Roth- ;epted.
male class.
Instructors to handle all appli- eln, bay
and
Shrewsbury
Parents To Confer On
cants immediately prior to the lmmp, C9 points to 58. Larry X)C Annual Pilgrimage
J I M D A V I S , Keansburg, Real Estate Listing cards forj
Comics, TV, Movies
fall seasons," he said.
speedboat driver, has found this sale at this office.
wens, Raritan, was well back
To
Williamstown
another
summer wasted away.
AH 3'oiinfisters who must com- f the leaders with 46 total, nos"Comics. R a d i o , TV, Movplete the co\irqf nrp rpquested
0"t
Wallace. Princess On Sunday the New Jersey ies—Good, Bad or Indifferent? Jim got away to a flying start
to contact immediately local >ay Y. C. nt 44, lor third hon- itate Council of the Knights o will be the thunic uf tluce pm this senson with impressive vicgame wardens, so they may be rs. Art Sllcox, Kcyport, was 'olumbu.s will conduct the fiftli ent education conferences to be tories in the Me-Toen-Ta-Too at
JNfi
assigned to nn instructor In their :fth, with 40. Put Walsh, Blch- innual Pilgrimage to the Sane held in Newark, Trenton and Cambridge, Md., and Solomons
In ttif wonder of 57ERCOPHONIC SOUND
llaland. At Long Brandt July
locality and be Kiven adequate IOIKI County, nnd Jack Lagan uary of Peace at tho Shrines Glassboro next week.
THEATER
I.ovc Is a Many ^plendorcil TtiiiiK Will N.'ol He Kluiwi
10
he
was
leading
the
field
in
instruction to qualify for a hunt- nd Skip Aucustnt, both of Am- if St. Mary's Church in Wil
The first conference will be
Ilurlni: KpiTlnl hi-Jilic Slum48 cubic inch inboard hydro- KEANSBUHG AT THE BEACH
ing license prior to the opening oy, trailed.
lamstown.
The
pilgrimage Monday at the Essex House, the
s i - r n \i, — KID mi; snow
STKCIAI,
plane
class
when
his
motor
gave
Air Conditioned
of the fall seasons.
ermed a "Crusade of Prayer Newark. The second will be
S . i l n n l a y Alli-ninon — h o u r s O n - i i 1:111) P . M .
Phone KEaiuhurtf fi-0200
Such is the complexity of
No charge will be made for )og Club Starts
or Peace" by State Deputy Wednesday at the State Teach- out.
Continuous
Performance
makeup
of
high
speed
boat-racany certificate or instruction
rank J. Ott, will consist of a ers College. Trenton, and the
BIG TECHNICOLOR M U S I C A U T - N O W ON WIDE SCREEN f
motors that he tried all over Every Day Starting: 1:30 I'.M
given to a person to qualify him beginners' Classes
rocession through the streets hird on Thursdny, Sept. 22, at, ing
to purchase a hunting license. The Bayshore Companion DOB if Williamstown, reciting the the State Teachers College, the country to got new parts Thurs.-Frl.-Sat, Sept. 15-1G-1'
designed and forged. He flnnlThe program is designed to see
losary, a sermon by the Rt Glassboro.
Jnnies Stewart
that people who c a n y firearms lub will start Beginners' Dog lev. Monsignor James A. Hard- The three sessions will be y located an aeroplane engine)
—in—
uedlenco
Classes
at
2
West
maker in California to do the!'
while hunting in New Jersey
ng
of
St.
Peter's
Church,
New
held by the New Jersey Extenare qualified properly before ront St.. Keyport, on Wednes- irunswlck, and Solemn Bene- sion Service of Rutgers Univer- job, but delivery will not be||
Man
From
Laramie
MfVih!
News
they take to the field. The new ny nt 8:00 p.m. In starting Iction or the Most Blessed Sac- sity and the parent education 'arUicomlng until this week, In Oarloun
law Is expected to cut down the e classes on this date the club ament to be sung by the Rt and prc-school committees oi other words, Jim, being out of
helping
to
celebrate
National
Sun.-Mon.-Tuc*.
Sept.
IB-ia-'Jl)
action throughout July nnd Aunumber of annual hunting acciSuniliiyOlonilas-TucMla.v
Si'pl, IH- !)-20
'OR Week. Sept. 18th to 24th, rev. Monsignor Charles G. Me-, he New Jersey Congress of gust can never hope to acquire
William Holder, nnd
dents.
( n n l l n i i o i i s Sunday ~ Duurs O p e n 1:30 I'.M.
e ultimate goal being that 'orrlstln, V. F. of Woodbrldge Pnrents and Teachers. All the points to rate for the nationJennifer Jones
Jld
State
Chaplain
ot
the
meetings
will
be
open
lo
tho
•cry dog be a trained dog for
'.'
l!iK l-'ratlirrs
Z
al championship. His aim Is to
—iiiof Columbus.
public. Registration will open get the Me-Teon-Ta-Too In trim
Tide Table
etter companionship to master tnights
Tho
shrines
and
prayer
garMC-M'l DRIMMIC
at
0:30
a.m.
and
tho
program
Love
Is
a
Many
better service to the com ens ot St. Mary's Church are
or the President's Cup race on
Following chart Is for Sandy nd
will start p.t 10 a.m. The ses- lie Potomac 10 days from now
Spendored Thing
unity.
.wo of tho outstanding land sions will end at 3 p.m.
Ilook (the Horseshoe) to I'nrt
—also—
Tho
course
will
consist
of
the
and
also to make the eastern
Mnnmouth, For K r y p o r t, aslc heeling, stand for exam- marks of southern Now Jersey. Principal speaker of tho' three ihamplonshlps
Cornell Wilde
at Martlnsburg,
MELODY" jjKSo?^
Stewart A. Schodcr, Jr., Mo- mornings will bo Dr. Bertha W. Va., the following
South Amboy nnrl oilier llarl—In weekend.
ntlon, fli'.urc elttht, recall, and cclin, State Catholic Actlvitan Buy points, nclil 10 mlnGLENN
FORD
f
•awrence,
dean
of
instruction,
ig sit find down exercises, us os chairman hns announced
The Big Combo
utvit. For Asbury Park sub• * * •
escribed by tho American l\at ln,st year's attendance of; State Teachers College, TrenNews
("arlontl
tract 15 iTif'nwlcM. l:ar- Uny
BASEBALL fnde.s oui, Hal
mnol Club for cuvulnj; 1hi> title 000 Knights of Coliibhius Will o.i. Tho afternoon sessions
Hvcil.-Tlliir».
Sirpl. 51-22
Hem) on IlarncKat liny, mill 5
ivttl iDatuio ii panel discussion 13ell7, mndo what will probIliclinrd Wltlnmrk iiml
hours, 20 mlmttcH. Tor Hod Companion Dofi," The course o increased greatly this year on the theme topic.
N r v f WVi'k—Wril. Tllltl S a l .
S e p t , J!l l o
ably
be
his
last
appearanco
1
1
1
bo
conducted
under
tho
dll.nureu
Hiicull
om preliminary reports.
Hank, nil Nnvoslnk River, add
of the season in this area
r o i i t l i m u u . N W a l m i l i i . v — D o o r s <)|>i-n ] :'M) I ' . i M ,
cllon of the club's training dl— In 2 hours, fi mlmilcN.
when
he
pitched
for
tho
South
Invo
you
read
the
classified
ads?
otor, Joseph A. aalnssl and
The Cobweb
Si'|!l. Jli-23 IICST)
-His BIG NEW ROLE;
i
i given
i
consideration
in
Grand Union Sales
Coach Paul (Jud) Evans lelt
, better -about the replacement
situation for his Maroon and
Steel gridiron forces this week
after the start of school brought
out an additional 24 squad members. The. first call for cnndl'. dates showed a fine group o!
holdover players, but there were
., not enough altogether to make
two complete elevens.
The appearance is still await... ed of Dan Vanderbilt, rated a
potential all-state center.
i\
.. has been out with an injury to
• Jiis nose and could not risk as
; gravating It by participating In
the scrlmmaRe with Lakowood
yesterday. Jim Craig and Dick
Lewickli subs for Vanderbill,
are now in uniform.
The Maroon and Steel's already solid tackle situation was
further implemented when Gene
Farlello put in an appearance
With Andy Bol, Frank Drogan
and Lou Armour, this gives Matawan four experienced tackles
nil weighing over 200 pounds, a
most unusual setup for a team
of a small high school. With
Vanderbilt weighing 235 pounds,
and some sizeable prospects on
hand for the guard posts, this
year's Maroon and Steel line
could be of college proportion.
Joe Passo, veteran end, is tall
Tliree nf (he contestants in (lie Mclilnlnc Class pull away to
and heavy, but another rangy a port tuck iiftrr nmiirtini; tho slmtii'i; huo.v in (lie Keyport Yacht
wlngman Is needed to flank the Club's annual invitation regatta (top) while the Pcneuins (bottom)
licad down wind. \ Comrl r a n be seen rnnninir fair wind In the
other end of the line.
__ The backfleld, of course, will :;i|> between the first and second Penguins.
~^i51ir~STOurjti~Si,s¥ir—Fetic-'^ttej
ace of the 1954 offensive pla: ¥•?—•—»*
Frank Banafato, Dave Sml
and Harold Dodson are the otl
er lettermen available.
LOOKIMG
TennisrCliifarHoIds—
nairfine Finisnes
In Keyport Regatta Trophy Tournaments
Young Hunters Must
Qualify For Licenses
5§
Ll
EWIZARD OF OZ
JUDY GARLANDi
• * •
*
•
•
*
__J
Friday ic.ni.
Friday p.m.
Kndirdny n.in.
Salurdiiy |i,in,
Sunday n.in.
Sunday p.m.
Monday ii.ru.
Monday p.m.
Tucsilny a.m.
Tuesday p,ni.
\V<VIH<\III/I.V
n.m.
Wrriiimilny p.m.
"nnirmlny n.in.
Tluir.idny ji.m.
problem <IOBH,
•JlM
7:1(1 1:47
x-.ri
2:03
H:2« 1:30
HiB2 Z:1K
(1:01 3:1.1
9; .1.1 .1:2(5
!»:45 3;53
10:1-1 3! fill
10:2(1 4:32
4:.TI
ll>::>7
ft: It
11:11
SHIS
11:42
iisisii 6:02
Visitors nro always welcome
tho club's training classes,
tore Information concerning,
og "training rntvy "b'e "oblnlHCfl
t calllntt Kean.sbuig 00147-R,
ataw»»T 1-3100-J, or Rod Hank
3212-J.
it Record Peak
Tho Qrnncl Union c o m p a n y
dies for the foiir-wcoK period
•itiiiig AUK. 3T;" loss; wero «20;174,080.
This compares with
0,712,OUR for tho compnrabto
eriod ln.it y e a r , nn Increase
1
24,0 per cont.
There are plKlit picnic arcnH Sales for the 20 weeks endnd nluht service ai'oiiH aloriK K Aug. 27, 1055, wero 1132,o Oiii'dt'ii Btntp, Pnrliwny. Six, 7,725 compared with *107,tho reatauriint-RnnolInn ncrv-' I),2'I3 In the cnrrcnpomlltiK pero nrenn wero In (nil operation d a year ngo, nn increase of
y Aug. 1, 1005.
illf iioi' cent.
Guns—Ammo and Hunting Supplies
Bow»—Arrow* and Supplies
News
Ciirlnini
Frl-Snt.
Hojil. 2S-2J
John Wnyne ami Mary Murphy
HellT'lsIand
l''ni>thnlI-niHl nnslu'tlinll Kuulpmcnt
IMcyclo Supjille* nnd Kcpalrs
Toys nnd Glumes
A DrfKHill Rcnerveii Ymir SeJei.'llon
MATAWAN SPORTING GOODS CO.,
180-182 Main Street, Matawan
Matnwnn 1-4440
Tho
—-nlao-Ilowcry Hoys
—In- •
Spy Chases
tf'WKi
Carloiiii
Fowler Tlicnlre niirn* Snnilnv
3:00 r.M.
JANET LEIGH EDMOND OlRIEN
P E G G Y L E E • AKOT DEVINE • m MARVW
.«W«RNERAMB.. C I N E M A S C O P E WARNHOXW
kU/!K»»llu
mi,IWWMK
These will be Judged on the Coi|nmission on the Delaware
L; MATAWAN, ^ j ^ j
opening day and the -winners Ba:
are selected because of attracelfare and federal agencies
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1955
tiveness, quality and variety of
be represented by the PAGE SEVEN
products. The fame of these Airerican B.ed C r o s s , Polio
now qualify for are electronic
displays has spread throughout Society, Cerebral Palsy, Mus Training Program For
technician, guided jnisslleman,
ir Dystrophy, Heart Fund, High School Graduates
the country. In addition many
Exhibits Will Be
Conclusive Disorders
About Area Men and Women
hospital corpsmen and airman
particularly those Association for, Retarded ChilOutstanding Features institutions,
Cbasio fundamentals).
Special Session Oct. 31
with mental patients, will dis- dren and the New Jersey Sec- Aralnd Kidder, ICC, recruiter
in (he
of the National Mental Hy- n charge of the Asbury Park
play
articles
manufactured
In
One
of
the
most
outstanding
The New Jersey Consultation
me Association,
Navy Recruiting District, anLicense Revoked
attractions at the New Jersey the occupational -therapy and
Service for Convulsive Disor'here will be music all day nounced today that qualified apState Fair, Trenton w h i c h vocational departments.
„ iers will hold a special demFrederick
J . Gassert, jr.,; diplicants
of
the
High
School
^he
building.
Organ
recitals
opens S u n d a y , Sept. 25th, The State Department of
''Ahstratlon clinic for convulsive
be given daily by George Graduate Training Program rector of motor vehicles, anand closes the following Sun- Health will be represented by
disorders on Monday, Oct. 31
'llton, Trenton. On the open- now may be assigned to any ofnounced in Trenton on Thursday, will be the displays of the an Informative display and free
at the Monmouth Memorial Hosday and again on Monday i5 separate service schools. day that the license of DeWitta
various New Jersey state de- chest x-rays will be given by
pital. This will be the first spe
Take Basle At Sampson
Recommended For Award
Trenton Youth Symphony This new procedure, instituted [Rice, jr., 25, of 8 Atlantic Ave.,
cial session at this hospital. The S/Sgt. Alexander W. Jacobl, It was announced today by partments and institutions in thethe Mercer County Tuberculosis
ihestra will give concerts. by the Bureau of Naval Per- Matawftn, had been revoked unsession will be from 11:00 to U. S. Air Force, son of Frank T/Sgt. Thomas G. Wllkie, local 'New Jersey 'State Building. and Health League. The SafeTuesday the band of the sonnel In a recent directive, giv- der the point system lor the
12:30 p.ni. and from 1:30 to 4:00Jacobl, Lorlllard Ave., Union Air Force recruiter, that seven Fred G. Polnsctt, director, has ty Education Section of the Law
v Lisbon Colony will piny; es the prospective bluejacket a following violations; Speeding,
Beach, Yvlio is stationed In Man- young men from this area en- announced that the 40.000 square and Public Safety Department
p.m.
Wednesday the choir of the chance to attend 28 additional and three careless driving offeet of space in the building will show sound movies while
The Consultation Service is iln, The Philippines has been listed in trie U. a. Air Force has
th Jersey Training School trade schools which formerly fenses. The revocation will be
been
allocated
and
will
be
the New Jersey Highway Auco-ordinated by the New Jersey recommended as Non-Commls- during August and are now unGirls
will sing; the'band of •equffea
S—frfghcr—qaoKfylngoccupied
by
attractive
and
inthority
will
give
the
building
Society for Crippled Children sloned Officer of the Month by dergoing basic training at SamVineland State School for score.
visitors a graphic picture of the
..and Adults from seizure control Marvis Williams, CWO, USAP pson Air Force Base, Geneva, 'ormative exhibits.
Some
'
of
the schools which Real Estate Listing Cards for
i
will
play
on
Thurs.programs of the New Jersey So- Wire officer.
N. Y.
The State Department of In- new scenic Garden Parkway
and on Friday the band ilgh school seamen recruits sale at this office.
ciety, the State Department of In the recommendation for They are Richard R. Jouan- ititulons and Agencies will be route anu will distribute maps.
the Nuero-Psychiatric InHealth and the State Departs his high award to S/Sgt. Ja- eau, Jr., 220 Morningside Ave., epresented by displays of the The Department of Education
ute will be the feature,
ment of Institutions and Agen- cobl, who attended Keyport Union Beach: Paul P . Hedden, Central Office, the Bureau of will have two large booths where
very attractive wildlife excies.
High School, it was noted that 215 Wayside Dr., Cliff wood; Wil- State Use Industries, the Com-the display, "Vocational Educat will be shown by the DiThe Service provides an au- he is assigned duty as NCOIC liam G. Slalfa. 36 Kearney St., mission for the Blind and the tion in New Jersey," will be
on of Fish and Game in a
thoritative medical specialist in of the Outside Plant Unit of theKeyport; Leslie B. Parleman, lollowlng Institutions: State Hos- shown. The Forest Fire ServIding opposite the main enseizures and a surrounding Wire Section nnd has served in jr., Compton St., Belford; pitals at Greystone Park, Tren- ice again will be represented.
ice
to the State Building.
team of non-medical and reha- ,hls position for approximately Thomas T. Stames, Jr., 304 ton and Marlboro; the Neuro- Equally attractive and inforbilitation experts for a state- six months. "At the time of Main St., Matawan; Robert R. 'sychlatric Institute at Prince- mative displays will be presentwide program of clinics design- ,his assignment S/Sgt. Jacob! Lamont, 18 East Shore St., ;on, yineland state School, Wood- ed by the New Jersey State Poed to make available the ad- ivas placed In a position that Keansburg, and Don D. Maler, bine Colony; State Homes for lice, State Agriculture Depart- Casimir J. Zlydaszyk
Sedan
Hard Top, Loaded
Boys at Railway and Girls at ment, Planning and Commerce
v a n t a g e s of the newest medical iwould have overwhelmed com- R. D. 1, Keyport.
Insurance
Real
Estate
Trenton; Bordentown Reforma- Division, School for Ceaf. Emand rehabilitation techniques pletely the average non-comtory, New Jersey Training ployment Security, Conservation
to physicians and their patients missioned officer of higher rank,
Completes Course
31 Garden Pi.
in the communities throughout much greater service and ex- Cpl. Victor Rhodes, son of School at Totowa and the Sana- and Development, Labor and Inc/o River Gardens
lerlence.
Mrs. Ethel Jensen, 522 W. Flor- lorlum at Glen Gardner.
dustry Departments, Division
R & H, Hydromatic
Sedan
the state.
Clinic sessions are open to "S/Sgt. Jacobl through meth- ence Ave., Keyport, recently There always Is groat inter- Against Discrimination, Rutgers
CL1FFWOOD
was
graduated
from
the
10-week
University,
State
Agricultural
physicians and professional per- ids that demonstrated an exest in the fruit and vegetable
sonnel of all health, social and :ellent technical and supervis- diesel engine repair course at displays, featuring
products Experiment Station at New
MAtawan 1-1854
rehabilitation and welfare agen- ory ability, re-organlzed his un-The Engineer School, Fort Bel- grown on the institution farms. Brunswick and the Interstate
Sedan, R & H,
Sedan
cies interested In the problems derstaffed unit into an efficient, voir, Va.
of epilepsy. Patients previous- ggressive group of technicians The course offered training in
Automatic
Transmission
ly referred by physicians Irom with a determination to prevent the repair of diesel engines, fuelQ/Ionmouth County communities ny major breakdown of this injection systems and auxiliary
F MOST W P O R T A N T
'. will be . seen at the Oct. 31stitrateglc facility.
starting motors used on heavy
lsession.
Sedan
construction
equipment.
"His methods are positive and
Referral forms can be obtain- e is admired and held in high Cpl. Rhodes entered the Army
Coupe,
Standard
afl__fmm_L Monmouth M
B\\ nprsonnel in this in June 1953 and completed baHEATING
Hospital, Long Branch,
~ iransmission
training a! Fort Leonard j
section, which Is attested to in
New Jersey Consultation Serv his selection, by secret ballot, Wood, Mo. He has served in
STOVE PIPE
Ice for Convulsive Disorders. 4: to represent this section as their Korea. He is a 1953 graduate
Walnut St., Newark, from toda; candidate for non-commlssloned of Keyport High School.
WICKS
.DEVELOPMENT IN 19 YEARS
to Sept. 23rd.
officer of the month award.
Stationed At Bainbridge
'Aside from his leadership, Edward
WINDOW GLASS
4Door
Eastmond, Jr., son of
Coach
supervision and the ability to
Iget the job done, S/Sgt. Jacobl Mr. and Mrs. Edward Eastr
HEATERS
mond,
sr.,
Union
Beach,
enlistexemplifies high standards of
character and moral integrity." ed in the U. S. Navy on Aug.
WEATHERSTRIP
S/Sgt. Jacobi enlisted in the 15 and left lor training on Aug.
Hard Top
Coupe
U. S. Air Force and formerly 23. He is stationed at BainCAULKING
bridge, Md., and his friends
was with the military police.
We Also Have Some Good Cheap
may write him at the following
THERMOS BOTTLES
address: Edward Enstmond,
Car Transportation
Promoted In Germany
|jr.,
EFSR,
4819767,
Co.
407,
23rd
flail
I'»r Ininu'dliitp Delivery
Earnest A. Cupsie, 24, son of
John Cupsie, 563 Lloyd Rd., Ma-Battalion, 23rd Regiment, USNFOA-5X is 4 magic, anti-clogging ingredient thai
tawan, recently was promoted TC, Balnbridge, Md.
to corporal In Germany, where
keeps burner filter screen clean all winter l o n g Sales—MKUCt'KV—Service
Keturns After Leave
he is a member of the Fifth Pfc. Ronald. Pecyna, U. S.
keeps your burner operating economically and al
FReehold—
Tel. 8-1696
Infantry Division.
Marine Corps, has returned to
peak efficiency.
ALL SPEEDS
Realistic field problems and Camp LeJenne, N. C. spending a
maneuvers form part of an In- leave visiting his parents In UnChtclc Your Favorii*
Only Shell Furnace Oil has F0A-5X. Costs
tensive training program con- ion Beach.
Highway 34 & Main Street—Matawan 1-4239
• Rock Around the Clook
no more than ordinary heating oil. Call us today
ducted
by
the
"Red
Diamond"
• Ain't It a Shame.
division
in
southern
Germany
—
lei
us
tell
you
more.
D Seventeen
as part of the Seventh Army. St. Joseph's PTA To Meet
Q Maybellene
Q Love Is a Many
Cpl. Cupsie, a mess steward
Splemlored Thing
in Tank Company of the divi- The regular meeting of St.
• Yellow Rose of Texas
sion's Second Regiment, arriv- Joseph's Parent-Teacher Asso• Gum Drop
ed in Europe in February. His ciation will be held Tuesday eve• Autumn Leaves
wife, Delores, lives at 343 Bruck ning at 8 o'clock In the school.
• If I May
Classrooms will be open from
Ave., Perth Amboy.
Q The Popcorn Song
7 to 8 p.m.
• I Belong To You
Released
From
Army
Q The Kentucklan Song
Maple PI. Six Corners
Donald Long, son of Mr. and The Garden State Parkway
Q Bible Tells Me So
Mrs. P. T. Lone, Middlesex Rd., penetrates the great metropoliO "e
Goodbye Summer doldrums
Matawan, arrived home Thurs- tan' area of New Jersey where
O Somethings Gotta Give
day nfter serving 18 months In one-third of the Garden State's
Hel!o.Auhimn,zipnz»f!
D ThR House Of Blue Lights Korea. He has received his re-population live within three
lease from the V. S. Army.
miles of the route.
lUonmouth Memorial
Demonstration Clinic
NOTES
Institutions, Agencies
To Display At Fair
Armed Services
54 Mercury 51 Plymouth
54 Hudson 51
53
:J
ARE YOU
JaLfl
e
50 Mercury
50 Chevrolet
53 Mercury cg ihevt0\et
Shell Furnace Oil with
53 Lincoln
FOA-5X
4 9 Olds 88
Schanck & Sihler, Inc.
Hitparade
USED CAR LOT MATAWAN
Hollywood
Service, Inc.
CALL KEYPORT 7-3000
Albums
O
D
•
•
D
D
D
n
•
G
Dancing Jnxx
Eddy Arnold
Sports
Benny Goodman At
Carnegie Hall
Satch riays Fats
All Star Pops
Lionel Hampton
Crazy Otto
Tony Bennett
Mahalla Jackson
Alio
O Sacred Bymn»
Q Mambo, Sambo,
Ithumba (etc.)
• Cowboy
Of The
HAPPY NEW
Paramount Cocktail Lounge
Friday and Saturday, Sept ISfhand 17th
Broadway At six comers
Keyport
Celebrating With -
Begins at Sundown on Friday Sept. 16th 1955
NON-BREAKABLE
Childrens
Records
I'm A Little Teapot
•
D Three Little Pigs
PI Jo Anne Rlng«
D Parade Songs
Cl Davy Crockett
• Good Ship Lollipop
n Snow White
n Plnocchlo
(I] Daniel Boone
n ntmbo
n Squce-Gee
• Peter and the Wolf
D Alice in Wonderland
Special
45 & 33 Vs
Extended
Play
Records
ON SALE
The Following Business firms in the Bayshore area will be closed
from Friday sundown and all day Saturday and will re-open for
business on MONDAY SEPTEMBER 19th at 9 A.M. This business closing is in commeration of . . . ROSH HASHANA, the
HIGH HOLIDAYS OF THE JEWISH NEW YEAR.
ALPINE'S DEPARTMENT
STORE
East Front St. Keyport
BAR-RICH
MURIEL'S
The Cut Rate Drug Store
Ladles and Children's Wear
Cor. Broad and W. Front Sts.
Keyport
W. Front St., Keyport
COHEN'S LIQUOR STORE
PRAGER JEWELERS
Plus
Packs of Needles
"25 m 25*
PETE'S INC.
44 W. Front St.
Keyport
Op*n Friday Nil* Til I V. M.
M Bui Slop
Kir 7-3700
At the Street Clock
Package Goods
W. Front St., Keyport
Broad St., Keyport
FEIGENSON'S SHOE STORE
IIett(lfimtrtcr!i for Family Footwear
All Makes of Needles
For All Speed
Record Player*
LA ZARE'S QUALITY SHOES
W. Front St., Keyport
THE SURPRISE STORE
•
E. Front St. Opposite P. O.
For Reservations Call Keyport 7-1955
Star Studded Show
Featuring Such Popular Talented New York
and New Jersey Artists as
JERRY MAUD
and
FLO. GILBERT
CHARLEY RILEY
and
GEORGIE DUGAN
New Jersey's lending
Harmony team
Flynn'N Shamrock for Uir
pitsl lh .vrnr.s
WESTREICH'S
Women's mill Children's Wcur
W. Front St., Keyport
Everybody's Favorite Shore's Popular
The one and only . , . MARCO MARCELLA
"Panama Hattie"
Former Since luMiilllncr
Still Kreat!
DAVE GAGE
Yom Kippur Holy Days
Yom Kipper — Kol Nidre Service Will Commence at Sumet Sunday September 25th., Monday
Morning Service (Sept. 26th) nt 8:30 A.M. The Above Business Firms Will Be Closed All Day
Monday.
mill Ills Guitar—Local
Favorite
OTHER GUEST
STARS
SPECIAL
ON OUR MENU
FOR THE
OPENING
Tliey're Trrrlf from
Furniture at Its Best
E. Front St., Keyport
W. Front Facing Main St.
Keyport
KEYPORT ARMY & NAVY
STORE
CONTINUOUS ENTERTAINMENT FROM 8 p.m. TILL 2 a.m.
310 His. of personality
Formerly <if Milton Ilniie'.s
TV Show
ELAINE COOK
Hcur lift* sine . . .
"Hard lo Utit"
Shore's Nile Club hciidllner
All Summer
CYCLONE GILLIS
at the Hammond
Organ
BUSTER McGOWN
Dlrrct Irnm Kelly's <SI|i
St. Nlti' Club HroadViiy,
New York
The Daddy of 'em all
ROCKY DUVA
lCvoryhinl.v's Fuvorllo
NIIW A|i|ieaiiiiK nt City
Hull Iliir, Newark
FREE PARKING
Couple Feted On
WSCS Of Morganville Methodist Church 48th
Anniversary
Makes Stuffed Toys For Nov. 4 5 Bazaar
Group To Meet Tonight To Make Aprons;
Kilcomins Entertain At Picnic; A r «a News
1
Mr. and Mrs. P . G. Kckhart
Cliff wood Beach, were guests ol
honor at a family dinner at Coby's Restaurant, South Amboj
on Saturday, In . celebration ol
their 4eth wedding anniversary
Attending were Mr. and Mrs.
George Eckhart and daughter
Diane, Cliff wood; Mr. and Mrs
Theodore Bittay, Milltown; Mr
and Mrs. Fred Marz and chil
dren, Mary and Freddie, and
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Thorn and
son, Robert, Morganville.
Mr. and Mrs. Ecknart are
parents of Mrs. Thorn, Mrs
Miirz and George Eckhart.
Cheesequake Residents Attend Shower
Given In Honor Of Old Bridge Girl
Archdeacon Of Diocese Speaks At
Church Of Our Saviour; News In Area
10th Birthday For
Linda Kay .Crocks)*
-
-:JU
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1955
A birthday party -fas held PAGE EIGHT
Saturday afternoon at the home
Card of Thanks
of Mr. and Mrs. Hnrold Crock- thur Lambertbon. Mrs, Marshal The family of the late Richer, Morganville, in honor of Longstreet, Mrs. Harold Thor ard R. Layton wish to thank;
their daughter, Linda Kay, who son, and Mrs. Charles Barker their friends, neighbors and relwas celebrating her 10th birth- The Cliffwood Society meet atives for the many kindnesses
day. Decorations were in pink
their recent bereaveing was attended by 16 mem- during
and blue.
ment, especially the .Rev. Jobers at which plans were madi seph Faith, the pallbearers <JJ
Guests were Susan Phelan
Judy Remeta, Rose and Ruth for a rummage sale to be held the Bedlo Funeral Home.
Ann Wilson, Gail Anderson on Oct. 3 and 4 and the nnnua! jinsidel5adv.
Frances Smith, Gladys and Dor- roll call supper to be held in
othy Purcell. Sally and Joseph the church on Sunday, Oct. 18.
LEGAL NOTICES
Zeni, Frances and Sonny Mo- A committee will be named to
NOTICE
HEARING. DIVISION OF*
han, Diane Collins, Nancy But- arrange for a bazaar to be held WATER OF
POLICY AND SUPPLY OF
THE DEPARTMENT OF CONSERVA-*
ton, Christine Steel, and Patriin the church on Nov. 14 and 15. TION AND ECONOMIC DEVELOP*
cia and Mickey Crocker.
MENT, Trenton, New Jersey, Seplem*
The next meeting will be held ber
.1, 1955. The Borough of Matain the churuh on Mdnday night, wan. Monmouth County. N. J., having
Hied an application on July 25, 1055
Oct. 10.
for approvnl of its plans for diverting
Mrs. Hose Burlew and her and Mrs. Joe Bash, Linden
The Women's Society for Martin Smith, jr., Misc Audrej
daughter, Mrs. Otlio Schnuck, Other guests were, Mr. and
Christian Service of the Mor- VanPelt, Miss Vivien Owens
Cheesequnke, attended a bridal Mrs. Paul White, Sayreville
ganville Methodist Cliurch lielci Master Bichard VanPelt. T!
shower Friday evening, at the and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley White
a "work" meeting at the home next meeting will be held a:
Old Bridge Baptist Church, in and daughters, Leslie and Lynn
of Mrs. Walter J. Lambertson the home of Mrs, Seber.
honor of Miss Jane Benham Matawan.
on Thursday evening. Stuffed Sunday visitors at the hoim
Old Bridge, who will be mar- Mrs. Howard Krogh and son,
toys were made in1 preparation of Mr, nnd Mrs. Bobert Owen;
ried on Oct. 8 to Harry S. Low Mark, and Mrs.- Edward Okner
for the bazaar which all be held were Mrs. Kathryn Coventry
jr., also of Old Bridge.
In the church basement on Nov. St. Petersburg, Fla., and Mr
and son, Philip, Farrington Rd.,
4 and 5. Those attending Hit and Mrs. Ueorge White, Bee
The Rev. Gerald R. Minchin Cheesequake, are spending this
week
at the Krogh's summer
ssaeting were Mrs. Florence Mo Bank.
Archdeacon of the Diocese, was
Munus, Mrs. Mabel Boyce, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs, Michael
;uest speaker at the evening home at Beach Haven.
Daniel J. Reany. Mrs. Harry wicz, New York, and Mrs. Nan
service Sunday at the Church Sunday visitors at the home
A. Ratcliffc, Mrs. Joseph Spur cy Slinski and family. Brook
of Our Saviour, Cheesequake. of Mr.' nnd Mrs. John Pangborn.
a maximum of 1,000,000 gallons of wagat, Mrs. EaJph Howardson, Iyn, spent the weekend at the
ter daily from n we]J to be loea'v),
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Skow- Madison Acres, Cheesequake,
in Matawan Borough, Monmouth Co\litMrs. Bussell VanPelt, Mrs.
Hegeman One Struck ty,
were Mr. and Mrs. J. Russell
onek,
Browntown,
have
returnhome
of
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Michae,
400 feet east of the MonmouthFred Marz, Mrs. Ernest Thorn,
County line and 2000 foet
ed Jrom Seaside, where they and Mr. and Mrs. Frank MeyFred Hegeman, 259 Brook- Middlesex
north of Route ;i4 lending from MaMrs. Rymond Wenzel, Mrs. H. Rynluwlcii, Tennent Bd.
er,
•
Irvington.
visited with the former's brothtau-an to South Amboy, /or obtaining
side Ave., Laurence Harbor an
C. Qunckenbush, Mrs. Bert Boy- Mrs. August Boldt has return
additional
for the Borough
er-in-law and sister, Mr. and Pfc. Domlnlck Floridia has Activities Planned
states his car was the one hit of Matawan supply
Jean Gaub Enrolls
and the Townships of
ce and Mrs. Mylcs Badar. The ed to her home after havln
Mrs. Walter Felck, Newark, at eturned to Camp LeJeune, N.
Matawan,
Madison
nnd
Marlboro along
In
the
accident
of
autos
on
Shore
group will make aprons tonight spent several days in Atlanti'
For Coming Year
As Freshman; Items
fringe areas, and the inhabitants
their summer home.
C.,1 following a weekend visit
Concourse where children were thnreof,
City.
notice Is hereby given that a
at the lioim of Mrs. Marz.
with
his
parents,
Mr.
and
Mrs.
public
hearing
will
be
held on said
The Woman's Societies for playing in the road. It had been
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gaub Mr. and Mrs. Paul Petriella
in the oftlce of the DiviMr. and Mrs. Winner (Skip) Mrs. Lulu Beal, Mrs. Leon Brownlown, accompanied their and daughters, Joan, Judy and George Floridia, Cednr Grove. Christian Service cf the Com- reported he ran into Daniel implication
sion, 520 East state Street, Trenton.
LaMuru.
and
Mrs.
Tillie
Jame
kilcomins entertained at co-opN. J. at 11:00 a.m.. on
munity Methodist Church, Cliff- Karpie, Cliffwood.
daughter, Jean, to Glassboro oyce, Newark; the Misses Ha- Mr. and Mrs. Orine 'Ensferdnhl
5
erative picnic at their home on son spent the weekend at Polm State Teachers' College on Sun- dolyn
Tuesday, October 4. 1955
and Darleen Burton, Old and children, Brooklyn,* were wood. and the First Methoidsl
Tennont Rd., Morgnnville, on Pleasant.
before Councllmen Thurlow C, Nelson
guests
over
the
weekend
of
Mr.
Church. Matawan, met in their
day, where she entered the
and-or Vinton N, Thompson, and-qr
Sunday. Guests were Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Garrett Denlst reshman class. Mr. and Mrs. Bridge; Joan and Eugene and Mrs. Peter Johnsen, Brown- respective churches M o n d a y
such other members of the Council f*j
Mrs. Ernie Peterson, Mr. and have returned home after spend jaub attended a reception for White, Browntown, attended a to\Vn. The Engerdahls arrived night.
may be present, under authority "lyr
eeent birthday party at the
R. S. 511:1*8, at which all persons, cor(Continued from Page one)
Mrs. Albert Janwich and daugh- ing a few days in New Yor parents and students.
here
recently
from
Norway.
,
• or other civil divisions of
home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dinner guests Sunday at the The Matawan society held home runs. Mr. Armellino prais- porations
ter, Eileen, Mr. and Mrs. John State.
the State may be heard for or against
he granting of the application. Any
Skinner, and Mr. and Mrs. Wil- The Harmony Club met at the Miss Ann Molnar, daughter of White in honor of the latter.
Johnsens were Mr. and Mrs. .heir its fall meeting in the lec- ed Martin Bell, Matawan butch- person
or municipal corporation or
liam Porter, Matawan; Mr. and home of Mrs. Lulu Beal on Sept Mr. and Mrs. Paul Molnar, re- The Whited Brown Parent- Trygve Engerdahl and children, ;ure room of the church with er, for having carried news of the proper authorities of any civil di»
-he new president, Mrs. W. Wil- the team's activities on business vision of the State may file in the
Mrs. David Janwich, Roberts- 7. The birthdays of two mem cently received the yellow band Teacher Association will hold Browntown.
office of the Division, -prior to the
ville, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert berf., Mrs. Leona LaMura an for her nurse's cap at St. Pe- its first meeting of the fall sea- S/A Dominck DelRosso is en- iam Wieland, presiding. Mrs. circulars the Bell Beef Co. has day above specified for said hearing,
objections lo the project proposed by
Mouser and children. Robert Mrs. Carrie Forman, were cele ter's Hospital School of Nurs- son on Tuesday evening in the joying a M-day furlough at the .lalcolm MacMillan, first vice printed each week.
?uch application. Every objection so
president, was in charge of the
ing. New Brunswick. She is school on Route 34, CheeseMatawan Sporting Goods filed
and Ginger, Morganville.
'shall particularly specify the
brated.
home of his parents, Mr. and program which marked the be- Co.The
ground thereof. No objection can be
now a junior.
gave
the
boys
reductions
of
quo
ke.
Mrs. Edward DelRosso, Cedar ginning of the society's 15th 1 on any article purchased in entertained unless these provisions of
Mrs. Theodore Folichak enter- Mr. and Mrs. W. Kilcomins The officers of the Brownthe law are complied with. Said aptained at her home on Sept. 7 Tennent Rd., and Mr. and Mrs town Union Sunday School will Mrs. Harold Cosgrove enter- Grove, after which he will re- year.
and the accompanying plans
the store. Mrs. Genevieve Don- plication
may be examined at the office of ("j
in celebration of Mr. Polichak'sJAlbert Janwich, Matawan, spent hold their September meeting tained iier sewing club Monday port to the Navn! Base in Nor- A rn
nell
also
granted
the
boys
this
Division, tiy order of the Wnicr Pc;'
'.ver.ing.
Present
were
Mrs.
supper
was
folk,
Va.
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Delbirthday. The following were I the meant holiday weekend in tonight at 7:30 o'clock -in the
and Supply Council, JOHN WY.
'aul Blahota, jr.. Mrs. Merrill Rosso and children, Pauline, ;erved at 6:30 o'clock after discount on articles purchnsed icy
i\CK, Secretary.
guests: Mrs. Mary Pollchak, Virginia..
'for their girls."
Sunday School Building. The
Perth Amboy: • Paul Polichak Thursday evening guests al interior of the building has been Green, Mrs. Howard Burlew, Gloria, Rosemarle, Robert and ivhich Miss B. Dorothy Cohen Boys getting trophies and bla- 122 $11.00
Mrs. Herbert Gaub, Brown- Edward, jr., attended S/A Del- :eyport, told of her recent trip
and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mayti the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mar- painted.
town; Mrs. Nathan Cressman, Rosso's recent graduation at o Israel. The theme for this zers were John Coon, Deiter
Keasbey; Mr, and Mrs. Edward tin Smith, sr., were Mrs. CharDavid Jones, Peter
Havlusch and children and Mr. les Craig and daughters, Carol Mr. and Mrs: Paul Blahota, Mrs. Leroy Burlew, and Mrs. Bainbridge, Md., where he com- year WHS announced as: "To Johnson,
Bennett, Richard Wenner, RobThe Ends of The Earth."
pleted his basic training.
and Mrs. Kobcrt lacchio, The and Patricia, Mrs. Ellen Smith r., and daughter, Mary Lou, Adele HerzoE. Cheesequake.
ert
Gold,
Robert
Nnppl, Purvis
and
son,
John,
and
Paul
BlaThursday e v e n i n g dinner
Members voted to sponsor
Bronx, N. Y., and Barbara and Nutley, and Mrs. John Smith
hota, sr., spent Sunday as guests at the home of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Otho Schnuck the Brownie troop of Girl Scouts Peeler, Frank Banafato, Bruce
Teddy Polichak.
and
son,
Clifford,
Cheesequake,
Marlboro Gardens.
Gunkle, Don Zeni, William Brew- Quick Battery Service
guests of Mrs. Blahota's sister Mrs. B. C. Maccia, Cedar Grove,
enjoyed a motor trip to Barnc- which meets in the First MethCharles L. Holmes has return at Green Island.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hermes
Fred Moser, Larry Garito
were Mrs. Clemente Maccia, gat Lighthouse on Saturday, odist Church under the leader- er,
Boselle Park, were Sunday ed to his position at the Han Mr. and ,Mrs. Herbert Cot- Mr.
and Mrs. Alex Maccia and where they spent the day.
ship of Mrs. William Wilkins and Louis Mendini.
guests at the home of Mr. and son - VanWinkle - Munnlng Co., trell, sr.. entertained their children,
COLOT'S, Matawan
Lillian, Clement, John Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Blanken A conference meeting was anMrs. Martin Marz and family. Matawan, following his receni granddaughters,
Judith
and ind Joseph, Newark.
nounced
for
Sept.
23
in
Ocean
were
luncheon
guests
Monday
Miss Doris Woolley, Rahway vacation.
Marsha Wallace, Keyport, over Miss L i n d a Prlccaciante, if Mrs. William Seatie and Mrs. City. On Oct. 6 members will
was a Saturday visitor 'at the Norman Janwich, Jr., attend the weekend.
attend a fall seminar to be held
home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank ed the New York-Detroit base- Mr. and Mrs, John Zytka, jr., Newark, was a guest over the James Slgler, Point Ple.isant. in Manasquan and on Oct. 7lh
L. Ratcllffe.
ball game at Yankee Stadium and daughter, Chrlssle Marie, .veekend of her brother and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Owens a food sale will be held in the
iister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Pe- and children, Dorothy Jane,
Mrs. William Borneraann and New York, on Sunday.
Ramsay, and John Zytka, sr., ;er Prlccaciante. Cedar Grove Helen, James and John, spent church beginning at 10:30 a.m.
sons, William and Robert, Glen
Bergenfield, nephew of Mrs. Ja- Raymond L. Walker, Cheese- Saturday at Bradley Beach.
Oct. 9th the .Society will spoil
Cove, L. I., have been spending Richard Janwich
cob Gaub, were Sept. 7 visitors c a k e , has returned to work al
sor a family night supper in the
this week, with Mrs. Borne- Marks First Birthday
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. the Whltehead and Hoag Com
church nt 6 o'clock and on Oct.
Baseball Benefit
mann's parents, Mr. and Mrs
Gaub.
26th "Quiet Day" will be obpany, Newark, following i
Ray Brown. Tennent lid.
served in the church from 10:30
Mr. and Mrs. Normnn Jan- Mr. and Mrs.' Albert Hopkins three-week vacation,
Larry Insley, baseball com- a.m. until 2:30 p.m., when a box
. Mr. and Mrs. Wllmer Kilcom- wich, Morganville, entertained and daughter, Jeannie, were reins entertained on Saturday aft- at a party given at their horn cent dinner guests at the home Mrs. L. W. Blanken, Ceda missioner, announced yesterday luncheon will be served. At the
ernoon in honor of their daugh- on Saturday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Hopkins parents, Mr. Srove, was the guest on Satur- morning there will be a game next meeting a linen shower for
ter, Patty, who was celebrat- of their son, Bichard, who wa and Mrs. George Kostuk, Free- ay of her niece, Miss Lynne At- at Keyport High field Sunday the Home of the Aged in Ocean
inson, Englewood. at tin at 2 p.m. to raise funds for Fred irove will be held. Plans were
ing her third birthday. Those celebrating his first birthday. hold.
present included Mrs. Henry Guests for this occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Barth Gaub •foorestown Horse Show. In the Blanken, injured St. Joseph's discussed for a bazaar to be
ifternoon
they visited at th Giants player. The championHoltz and children, Patty and Mr. and Mrs. William Stiles, spent Tuesday in Paterson visitin the early part of Novemlome of Miss Nancy Sweeton ship Matawan Orioles will play held
Billy; Mrs. David Janwich and Philip S. AiiRiis. Miss Irene ini? their uncle.
ber.
tferchantsville.
a
composite
team
of
the
Keychildren, Dennis and Karen; Weglarz, Old Bridge; Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Howard BurMrs. Anna Oczkowski and her port Dodgers and St. Joseph's A past president's pin was
Mrs. Prank Ratcliffe and daugh- Mrs, Ross Azzarello, Mr. and ew,
Dobbs Perry, N. Y., laughter, Mrs. Eugene Skowpresented to Mrs. Leslie Lines.
Park Ave., Between Main and Broad Streets
ter, non-y; Mrs. Louis Becker Mrs. Anthony Russo and chil- spent jr.,
Giants.
Sunday
afternoon
visiting
Hostesses for the evening
and daughter, Joan; Mrs. O: J. dren, Anthony, jr., Carmella, Mr. and Mis. Merrill Green and onek, spent Sept. 7 visiting a
were
Mrs.
Lines,
chairman;
Tel. MAtawan 1-0273
Matawan
he home of Mr. and Mrs. Jo You can buy Defense Bonds
Jindrncek nnd son. Glen. Mor- and Marie Elizabeth, Mr. and 'amlly.
ieph Spisak. Budd Lake.
the Pavroll Deduction Plan. Mrs. Emerson Lisk. Mrs. Arganville. Also Mrs. Ernie Pe- Mrs, Barney Mazza and son,
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Nicholas
Arace
Guests
Sunday
of
Mr.
nnd
terson and children, Robert and Michael, Mr. and Mrs. Pat RusLouise, and Mrs. Albert Jan; so and son, Pat Gary, Mrs. Nel and sons, James and William, .Irs. Thomas Orchardo, Cheese
wich and daughter, Eileen, Ma- lie Maresca. Mr. and Mrs. Paul were Sunday dinner euests of lunke. were Mr. and Mrs,
Mr. Arace'a mother. Mrs. Au- a m e s Guccardi nnd son
tawan.
Maresca, Bed Bank.
gust Arace, Elizabeth.
'rank, Brooklyn.
Mrs. Rosalie Scheurich re Also- Mrs. Karl Kostbar, Free- Dale Green, who is in the T/Sgt. Stephen Knzimlr, Sayturned lo her home on Friday hold; Mrs. Baymond Oanwich TJ. S. Navy, stationed at Staten eville, was a dinner guest Friwhere she is convalescing aft- and children, Donna, Raymond, Island, spent the weekend with lay of Mr. and Mrs. James Ka
er having been a patient in the jr., and Linda, Cheesequake lis parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mer- imir. Cedar Grove.
East Orange Veterans Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Weglarz •111 Green.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wheil
for ' three diiys, during which Snyrevllle; Mrs. Agnes Blondek
sr, Union, spent Sunday visiting
time she had her loot .put in a Mrs. William Ifka and children
he latter's parents, Mr. and
cast as the result of having Theresa and William, jr., Brad- Walsh Social Club
Mrs. Charles Burness, Cedar
broken several bones In a fall evelt, Mr. and Mrs. Harold To Hold Family Picnic
rove.
at her home.
Quackcnbush and children, Robregular monthly meeting Ernest Owens, sr.. Mr.- and
Miss Mary Marz. daughter of irt and Susan, Philip, William fThe
the Dick Walsh Social Club ,lrs. Thomas Owens. Ambler
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Marz, has George and Steven Vota, Mrs, of Madison
Township was held 'a., and Ernest Twelves, Mid
returned'home following a two- Lager, Miss Dorothy Ayers, Sept. C at Walsh's
Tavern, Route lletown, were Sunday guests o
week vacation spent at Daytona Wickatunk.
34, Cheesequake. The club will r. and Mrs. Ernest Owens
Beach, Fla. She made the mohold
a
family
picnic
at Walsh's Cedar Grove.
tor trip with her aunt and uncle, Jewish League To Meet Grove the latter part
of this Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter Gaub
Mr. and Mrs, George Eckhart,
month, the definite date of nd daughters, Suzanne and
and daughter, Diane, Cliffwoocl ' The first meeting of the fal which
will be announced later. larolyn, Cedar Grove, and Mr
Beach.
season of the Matawan Jewish Officers of the club are Jo- .nd Mrs. Robert Higglns, jr.
Mrs. Leroy VanPelt was hos- League will be held tonight al seph Reilly, president; Daniel tlatnwan, were Sunday guests
tess to the Social Club on Sept. the Matawan Public Health Cen Burch, vice president; Dick if Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Roth
7. She received a birthday gift ter at 8:30 o'clock. Plans for Walsh, treasurer; Albert No- upt. Dumorit. Later they visit
and a birthday cake was the the year will be discussed and ;ak, secretary, John Cass, ser- ed Mr. and Mrs. W. Rothaupt
table centerpiece. Those pres- new members will be welcomed ;eant-at-arms.
Cliffside Park.
ent were Mrs. Lindi Seber, Mrs. Hostesses will be Mrs. H. Bzura
Refreshments were sen
Miss P e g g y Chamberlain
Edward Becker, Mrs. Donald and Mis. L. Bloom.,
fter the meeting.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John
ahead of anything near its price ; : . designed and
Miller, Mrs. John Wilson, Mrs.
L. Chamberlain, Cedar Grove
Loula Becker, Mrs. Harry Kon- Enjoy one of America's irrcat
engineered to stay new for years.
left
Monday
morning
for
Corowalow, Mrs. Robert Owens, freedoms. Attend the church of Mrs. Arch Apgar
You'll get style that sets the fashion for tomorrow.
nell University, Ithaca, N. Y.
Mrs. Martin Smith, sr.. Mrs. your choice this weekend.
Hostess To Club
for freshman camp, which lasts
You'll get the advanced performance of the
The regular meeting of the until Friday, when orientation
Strato-Streak
V-8, newest engine in the industry.
Root and Branch Gnrden Club begins. Others who left recentYou'll get the size you must have for safe cornerwas held on Sept, 6 at the home ly from this nren for college
Hoever
ing and solid security.
if Mrs. Arch Apgar, Marlboro, are Miss Dorothy
vhen a covered dish and bar- daughter of Mr, nnd Mrs. WilYou'll get the latest innovations in springing,)
liam Hoever, jr., Cedar Grove
jecuo supper wns served.
•afj£\ You can put this down for n fnet. You won't
brakes and steering to cushion the ride and maka
Bryant College, Providence, R.
Attending were Mr. and Mrs. I.; Miss Joan Brown, daughter
^£s mntch our donl imywhere else in town because
driving an effortless pleasure.
,loyd Mason, Mr. and Mrs. of Mrs. Mary Brown, Cheesethis one pays off double!
Come in for the deal with the double payoff and
James Carberry, Mr. and Mrs. qunke, n sophomore at Rider
For a starter, you'll get an appraisal too good lo
Harold Simmons, Mrs. Clifford College. Trenton; Miss Mildred
drive away a big, high-powered future-fashioned
Bray, Mrs. Robert Bonn, Mrs Dixon, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs
pnss by. We're out to make September another
I'ontiac. You have the word of half a million owners
3harles Clsnr, Mrs. Evaline Snndy Dlxon, Browntown, a Junrecord-breaking
month, and all trades are figured on
Is it nlily manngi'd?
*
—you'll never make
iaccone, Miss Edith Richards, ior nt Shclton College, Ringa volume basis. Your uar can command n better
Mr. and Mrs, Earl Benton, Arch wood.
a better buy!
J
\pgar, Susan, George nnd Rondeal from us right now than it ever will again.
Are dcposils insured up lo §10,000 for
Mr. nnd Mrs. L. R. Dayke
lle Apgar.
, For the clincher, you'll get a car that is way
nii'lt mTount through the Federal
Mrs. Elmer Bnhrenbure was and son, Robert, Winsled, Conn,
were 'overnight guests Saturday
Dcposirlnsurnncc Corporation?
guest at the meeting.
of Mrs. Dnyke's brother and
sister-in-law, Mr. nnd Mrs. L.
DOPS it lend regularly lo trustworthy
Services Today For
W. Ulnnken. Mr. nnd Mrs. DnyMrs. Wilfred C. Roszel ke were enroutn to Pino Bench
locnl borrowers?
POHTItC'S GHEMCSJ YOU!
with their son, who is a student
JIIC UAH'S CKEAIIU BUYI /
Funeral services will be held ill Admiral Farragut Academy,
Is till! service prompt) courteous,'
.otlay at 0:15 a.m. from the Mn- Saturday evening guests at the
ion Funeral Home, South Am- Blnnken home were Miss Jnnc
nntl efficient?
loy, and a high mass of roq- DoVlnney, Elizabeth, nnd Carl
ilom will bo celebrated nt St. Kluge, Iloscllc Park.
Satisfactory nnswerj lo lliose four questions
ittwrence's Church, Laurence Mrs. Anna Oczkowskl and
Inrbor,
by the Rev. Walter Mrs. Eugene Skowronck were
offiird it sound basis for selecting your bank*
llattery, pastor, at 10 a.m. for Sunday
guests of Mr.
Ars, Anna Lnlr Roszel, 73, wife and Mrs. dinner
Caslmlr Preston, Nowif Wilfred C. Roszel, of 247 nrk.
vcrbrook Avc. Oakhurst. In- Mrs, Louis 1-Iciser, sr,, Cedar
urment will be In Evergreen Grove, entertained Friday at n
'Jomclery, Hillside.
family dinner party lit honor of
Mrs. Iloszel died on Sunday, her granddaughter, Miss Yvonicpt. 11, 1005, at her homo. She ne Sonbury, Keyport, who was
ad lived In Hloomflcld for 11) observing her Hllli birthday.
enrs ami in Liuirence Harbor Guests were Mr. and Mrs.
r three years, before moving Frank Eanbury, Kpyporl; Mr.
oulcliui'Ht, Bho was a form- nnd Mrs. Arthur Jurmnn and
r vice chairman of the MOD- children, Jeiin and Knrl, Red
loiith Comity Democratic Com- Hank; Kdwnrd Dnlherir, Port,il|.tee. She ulao belonged to land, Pn.; Mr. nnd Mrs. HowM A T A W A N . NEW JERSEY
it. Lnwroncc'H Church, nnd iid Ili.'lsrr and dnughtoi'H, Sanus u former member of the la, l'Jlsh! nnd aiudyn, cedar
-KomplN of Newark.
CJrovp. Mi™ fienlniry in lonvUCHUIKN her husband, shr In IhK soon for Miami, Fla, where
iiirvlved 1by u alslor, Mrs, Loruiuiiiiroiui sistmsTiuu
IN a soiihomorr a I, Mlnml
Un (Lull ) ISftim, Newark.
MIMBEt FIOKAL DlrOSIt
University:
mutmi awounn
You onn buy Defense Bonrm Sunday dlmicr u'K'.-mi <>l MI'.
y the Payroll Deduction Plan. nnd Mm. Roy White wore Mi'.
Browntown Girl
Enters Glassboro
WSCS Groups Meet In
Matawan, Cliffwood
Applegate Sees
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CAN YOU TOP THIS?
Offer Scholarships
THE BARGAIN HOUSE For Blair Academy
— Lanzaro Bros —
Sept. 17 Deadline
For Applications
FRANCHISE DEALERS
NORGE — WELBILT
Ga* and Electric Ranges • Refrigerators
• Bamboo Blinds, All Sizes $2.50 Up
• "DINETTE KINGS" •
• Wrought Iron
• Chrome
TIME PAYMENTS ARRANGED
WAREHOUSE AND SHOWROOMS OPEN EVERY DAY
AND SUNDAYS
Tennent Rd.
Tel. MA 1-1694-J
PLEASE
Morganville
Strictly Enforce
60 MPH Speed Limit
tHE MATAWAN JOURNAL MA1TAWAN, N. j / ]
TAGE ZZ~-?;T^.
THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 15, 1955
through Aug. 31. Of that, some
4717 special aids were given during July and August. The list
covers such incidents as flat
tires, overheating, help in starts
ing car, and. in at least one instance, help to deliver a baby
born on the Parkway.
Another
$1000
scholarshi:
Strict enforcement of the 60
will be awarded by Blair Acai
mlle-per-hour speed limit on the
eray, Blnirstown, for study I
Garden State Parkway has rethe Academy during the yea;
sulted In the issuance of some
1955-56 to a boy entering h
850 summonses by New Jersey
Junior year In the hlgli schoo
tate Police during the first
of Monmoutb County. This wi
ight months of this year.
be the second award made posThe New Jersey Highway Ausible by the gift ot Lester C
hority, which built and operlOvett, Little Silver nurseryina
\tes the 164-mlle Parkway, said
and nn alumnus or Blair, clas:
Tuesday that State Police enof 1899.
orcement ot the speed maxlnum on the superhighway will
Applications for the scholarcontinue
to be strict in the inship should be made immediati
erest of safety for nil.
ly and should be addressed ti
The Parkway's safely record
the Office of Alumni and Publli
as been one of the, if not the,
Blairstown. According to thi
("it in the country among coinscholarship committee any can
arablo roads, perhaps due to
dldute for the scholarship "pres
,e strict enforcement policy,
ently should be in the uppo
.'here was only one traffic faquarter of his class, should b
tality during the two recordan all-around boy, should have
ravel months of July and Aiia habitual respect for the com
tust. and a total of five for the
mon courtesies and an evident
irst eight months this year.
leadership potential and shoul
be a boy who could not otherChairman Katharine Elkus
wise Bffnrd nn independen
Vhito of (lie Hlgrhway Authority
school education."
rgcd
motorists to observe the
A n o t h e r scholarship madi
•arkwny's speed limits (CO mph
possible by Mr. Lovett was
:xccpt where otherwise posted)
awarded recentiy to William E
in order to assure convenience,
'irth, 10-yenr-old son of Mr.
pleasure and of course safety
SPECTACULAR
Mrs. William E. Firth, 241 Wilfor everyone using the new suplow Dr., Little Silver.
Is this New Jersey's Jarcesl tree? Austin N. Lent/., extension
erhighway.
A n o t h e r $1000 scholarshi forester ill ItutKcrs University, me.isuriiiK ;in Kustcrn coltoiiwood '•The Parkway has been deSussex County, discovers :i Kirth of 23 feet, four inches at foureven more recently announce in
fret abov« the ground. The uiant, with an estimated igned to offer the greatest opwas the Sulzberger Memoria and-onc-hnlf
height of 85 feet, stands on tlie "Warbasse Kami" now owned by portunity for safety," Mrs
Scholarship made possible b: Ira Rceil, near Newton mi the Warbasse Station road. Bliss Emma White said, "but we all must Order Tour KiU'-\V;iy AI u mi mini Storm Windows and Poors
the widow of the late J . Wi Warb.issc, (right) niece <if Joseph Warbasse, former owner, told •ealize that a driver's respect
NOM1 al Our Special Kodueed Trices
aid Sulzberger, Blair class o Mr. Lent/, that her minlc brought the young tree from cither for traffic rules and regulation:
•20 and liia son J. Wlllard, Jr Iowa or Illinois in 185!) sinil plunted il.
is tho most Important factor.'
Blair Class of '44,
A Rutgers University forester growing an Inch around every The State Police detachment
Applications for the scholar
patrolling
the Parkway aroundsix years.
ships will be received up to an has ended his search for New
the-clock issued approximately
Trii)l(> Track
When
Mr.
Lentz
began
his
Jersey's
largest
tree,
for
the
including Sept. 17. and appll
508 summonses for spending dursearch
he
announced
he'd
like
cants, it was suggested, als moment^ at least. Austin N
ing July and August. Some 1280
Reg. $22.95
could get in touch with Blai Lentz, extension forester at the to locate not only the largest summonses were issued during
of all trees in the state, but also the previous six monlhu.
ulurnni area leaders, Williair
Jay Duncan, Longstreet Farm ollege of Agriculture, started the largest among species.
Reg. $65.00
Holmdel and William C. Rue wondering a few months ago These entries held many sur- In all, some 3817 summonses
have
been
given
by
State
Police
prises,
even
for
the
forester.
Completely
Installed
about sizes ot the state's giant
Box 151, B.P.D. 1. Keyport.
rees, mentally cataloguing the For example, an American on the Parkway for traffic Inw
Also
ig fellows he had admired in holly with a girth of nearly sev- violations during the first eight
Judgment Denied
en feet was discovered on the months of this year. About 10BO
travels.
Jalousies — Venetian Blinds — Awnings
Judge George B. Morrison in hisHis
speculations got into the farm of Samuel McAllister, Bar- ot those were handed out durMiddlesex County District Court aewspapers, along with a gen- ret Run Hd., Bridgeton.
ing the two-month period of July
;ri New Brunswick Thursda rnl invitation to tree lovers to And there's an American and August.
:ound in favor of the defendant lend him nominations for his chestunut that survived the On the other hand, State Pon an action brought by Chester ig tree list. Before long he blight of many years ago and lice have rendered special aid
3. Williams of 14 Cedar St., and a considerable number of still bears nuts. It's eight feet, ;o approximately 11,375 motor- Phone South Amboy 1-32S4-J for Appointment
I'HKK KSTIMATES
ieyport, against Arthur Wood ards in his Hie describing gl- four inches around is growing ists on the Parkway durine the NO OBLIGATION
floute 18, Madison Township. nts growing In eity and coun- along Route 513, between New- eight-month period from Jan. 1
The plaintiff sued to recover ;ry.
foundland and West Milford.
>127.59 for labor furnished the Comparing data on his cards, There are 20 species altogethiefendant on a construction job
r. Lentz was astonished to dls-er in Mr. Lentz's file. Most
The court held that the plain- :over what appeared to be a enthusiastic among tree lovers
;iff was not entitled to the Jude- lead heat, with big trees in Sus- seen to be the oak faction, be
ncnt sought because he hud iex and Warren Counties of ex- ause they have sent in many
ailed to sustain the burden of ctly the same size. He made cards, nominating giant white,
iroof.
careful check, measuring each black, scarlet, chestnut or other
ree at exactly four-and-one- kinds of oak.
alf feet from ground level, the The big tree census, started
itandard practice.
informally as a sort of hobby,
At
New Jersey's champion tree, is heartening to Mr. Lentz, who
until another claimant comes regards the interest shown in
long, Is an Eastern cottonwood trees up and down the state as
in the "Warbasse Farm." own- a wholesome sign.
id by Ira Reed and situated He spends most of his profeslong the Warbesse Station road sional life with farmers, showA RETAIL STORE
near Newton. This cottonwood Ing them how to grow trees as
as a girth of 23 feet, four \n- crops, for many purposes. But
Opposite
Farmers Market Route 36
:hes and an estimated height he also has responsibility for
if 85 feet.
keeping trees in general before
Fresh New Merchandise Is Brought in Weekly at Lowest Prices
Runner - up in neighboring the public, and he feels the reVarren County is a sycamore, sults of his survey show that
11 feet, four inches around, on Ills enthusiasm for New Jersey
he Theodore
Slack
farm, trees is shared by many of his
BridgeviUe-Hope Rd. Warren ;ellow citizens.
ounty friends of the big tree The forester is preparing a
ay it's 200 or 300 years old and 1st of big trees to send to those
,vho have responded to his reuest for information. It also
ivlll be available to others who
reciuest it.
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Six Corners
KEYPORT
ROBERT G. THIXTON, Inc.
108 Main Street, Matawan
Phone Matawan 1-1040
Bell's seal, which adorns all Its
Eberle, K. W. Pcnwick, B. S
State Police said that obscene U
vehicles. The background for
pictures of the defendant and
Johnston, James Neidlnger, M f THE MATAWAN JOURNAL, MATAWAN, N. J.
the Bell Is now a cream color
and two Middlesex County girls
C. Osborne, D. J. Patterson, R PAGE
THUKSDAV, SEPTEMBER 15, 1955
which,
under
the
new
arrangeages 15 and 16, was found In the
Stryker, B. S. Seres, Harry Way,
ment,
will
be
changed
to
white.
car. Hansen faces additional
si\, E. M. Walters, G. H. Sprat- cation, heat, power operating of Its higher stability and lowOutlining and lettering, which
charges in Middlesex County.
is now gold, will become silver, JCP&L To Present
ford and Carlton Ludewig, Un- and maintenance costs because er operating temperature.
In other indictments handed
Two-Tone Trend On
Outgoing Jury Hands
it was explained.
ion Beach; Miss Estelle Apple
up at the close of its term by
Awards
At
Dinners
N.J.
Bell
Trucks
Up More Indictments
gate, Miss Myrtle Boyce, w'llMr. Qtt estimated that the
the May Grand Jury, Michael
changeover of some 2400 work Jersey Central Power and liam Cullman, Miss Marie
Thomas Wilkins, 31. of 34 Benestu, IB, County Bd., Cliff- There's a "new look" in the
and trailers to tho two- L i g h t Co. employees, active and Dougherty, Miss Anna Donovan,
Waverly St., Keyport, entered a wood, is charged with cariml telephone industry today, col- trucks
tone arrangement will take over retired, with 25 years or more F. W. Brisklo and G. R. Hushcharge of murder when arraign- abuse of a 14-year-old Perth or. Not only do telephones 4000
of aplnt, but he service, soon will receive gold, our, Keyport.
ed Thursday before Superior Amboy girl on Mar. 11 and Mar. come in eight decorator colors, doesn'tgallons
expect the output to inscribed watches in recognition Retired employees eligible to
but even New Jersey Bell's fleet
Court Judge Frank T. Lloyd, SO in Matawan Township.
James Kelleher, 12, Union, Is of commercial trucks and trnil- create any run on the paint o{ their long years of service receive watches include the fol- We use the modern, efficient
jr., in Freehold.
market.
Jesse
w l t n t h e COmpany, Charles E. lowing from this area:
Wilkins is charged with the accused of imparing the moraJs ers is joining the color parade.
method of rug cleaning and
Aumack, Frederick C. Bailey,
fatal stabbing of Delia Golden, of two girls, ages 6 and 8, In Bell System green, a stand- New vehicleo, he said, will Kohlhepp, president, announced Stephen
R.
Carney,
Joseph
H.
26. while she was in Flo's Bar Holmdel Township on June 23. by for more than a quarter cen- come delivered with the new recently.
Robert J. Cook, Jr., repairing.
and Drill, Lower Main St., Ma- John Welwardt, 134 Bray Ave. tury, is yielding to the two-tone color arrangement. Others, will The first presentation will be Collins,
East Keansburg, is charged with trend by adding a new contrast be painted the new scheme as m a d e to the 306 active and 13B George A. Kipp, A. D. ShulU
tawan-Township, on June 19.
and Lloyd C. Walling, all of
The defendant fled from the atrocious assault and battery. color-bright orange. Frank J. they are brought in for general retired employees at a com- Keyport: Walter Baker, Lau—REMEMBER—
" scene right after the incident A car operated by the defen- Ott, supervisor of .motor vehi- overhaul. It will be several pany-sponsored dinner meeting rence Harbor and George E.
years
before
they
are
all
paintcles
for
New
Jersey
Bell,
extor
the
25-Year
Club
members
dant,
allegedly
struck
Mrs.
Lilbut was arrested at the home of
Weinman, Cliffwood Beach.
to be held this fall.
his sister h Washington, D. C . lian Post. 71, Keyport, while she plained that the new orange and ed, ho added.
several days later. Trial dato was crossing the street on May green combination Is easier to The changeover to green and Those who t will attain such
see.
was set for Oct. 24.
21.
orange at New Jersey Bell will status In the future will be hon- Bright Nickel Plating
'We feel the new color sch- mean the fourth change in col- ored similarly. Mr. Kohlhepp Process By H-VW-M
We'll s e n d our
Make the Difference
Wilklus was one of nine deeme
will
make
parked
or
movors in the past half century. said he plans to make the dinStole Women's Garb ing trucks stand out, particu- Originally
fendants in indictments handed
courteous
bonded
the
standard
color
ner
an
annual
affair
for
the
purConversion to bright nickel
up to Judge Lloyd Thursday by
d r i v e r to your
CALL
the outgoing May term cf the Charles L. Gueiin, 36, of Mor- lary at dusk and in shaded and was a royal blue. Following pose of recognizing new mem- plating has paid off handsomehome to pick up
Grand Jury who were arraign- ganville, was placed on proba- tree areas, when green has a this the trend was to battleship bers and "continuing the spirit ly at the S. E. and M. Vernon
of good fellowship among our Co., Elizabeth, one, of tho naed before County Judge John tion for two years on his guilty tendency to blend with the back- ray.
your rugs or carWhen New Jersey Bell was old-timers." He stated his de- tion's largest manufacturers of
plei to a breaking, entering and ground," Mr. Ott said.
C, Giordano.
pets.
Warren I. Hansen, 21, Nixon, larceny charge. Ho broke a The orange contrast, he said, formed as a statewide operating cision to hold ah annual dinner looseleaf binders and folders.
entered a plen of not RUilty to store window at Perth Amboy also is more easily seen by pe- unit In 1927, it started using and award watches, in addition Besides turning out a glittera charge of unlawful possession and stole women's clothing val- destrians and drivers under the present solid green. New to the 25-Year Club emblems Ing- binder ring that quickly be- For the Very Finest in Professional Rug Cleaning >
of obscene literature with in- ued at $36. The clothing was normal daytime conditions. The Jersey Bell with a total of more and. certificates, was basud on cttme UiB choiur of stationery
returned and the defendant green color will still be the than 3100 vehicles, including his belief that the work exper- dealers and consumers, the
tent to show and use it.
According to Keyport State made restitution for the dam- standard for the cab and upper passenger cars, has the largest ience of long service employees company's new bright nickel
Police, the defendant and three age, according to Judge Klcm- levels of truck bodies; The low- commercial fleet in the state. Is an asset of which any com- processing is plating work 20
pany can be most roud.
per cent faster, using 50 per
others were driving back to Nix- mer Knltelssen, who heard Mr. er portion of New Jersey Bell
Member National Institute of Hug Cleaning
on in Hansen's car after visit- Guerin's plea in Middlesex vehicles, however, will be paint- Do you need shipping tabs,1 Active employees with 25 or cent less amperage and 25 per
ed
bright
orange.
or
labels?
Our
Job
printingdeCounty
Court
Uj
New
Brunswick
more
years
of
service
from
Uncent less nickel. In addition,
Ing Keansburg on June 16, when
The new combination also has partment is prepared to supply ion Beach and Keyport offices the process (a devlopment of
the car was involved in an ac- on Thursday.
The Area's Only Rug Cleaning Pint!
brought on a, variation in the your needs on short notice, o1 include: C. A. Bauman, F . J. Hanson - Van Winkle - Munning
cident at the Keyport entrance
to the Garden State Parkway. Have you read the classified ads' color scheme of New Jersey prices that will please you.
Comvny. Roy DePalmer, F . A. Co., Matawan) has cut purifi-
25-Year Employees
Will Get Watches
New Look" In
Telephone Industry
Wilkins, Hansen,
Plead Not Guilty
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not filter out as fast as they of these should be a warning
It rarely occurs In in- to see a qualified eye physician. Committee Chairmen
Glaucoma Clinics At should.
ants, sometimes in young ad- He can detect this condition by
and too frequently in older means of special instruments to
Monmouth And Fitkin ults,
adults. About 12 per cent of all measure the eye pressure and For Holmdel P-TA
the effect it has had on the optic
Two 10-Week Courses
At Rutgers University
JOURNAL, MATAWAN,
Cancer Deaths
Increase In State
TlIUItSDAY. SEPTEMBER 15, 1955
Techniques of producing top Of the 51.203 residents ol NewPAGE S-.-T
quality fruits and vegetables Jersey, who died in 1954, ac-1784 women and 775 men; canof the lymph and blood, and
people in this, country over 40
and marketing them to the best cording to figures obtained from cer of the respiratory tracts, 188 men and 24 women from
the records of the New Jersey
Regular Meeting To
years of age have or will de- nerve, with the associated deDisease Affects Eyes
advantage will be stressed in State Department of Health by 1084 men and 178 women; cancer of the buccal cavity and
fects on the entire field of vis- Be Held On Tuesday
Of Many Older Adults velop glaucoma.
this year's 10-week courses in the American Cancer Society, unspecified sites 520 men andpharynx.
All types of glaucoma are ion.
production at Rutgers Univer- New Jersey Division, 18.6 per320 women. A jotal of 440 men
In New Jersey, the medical serious, and unless- properly This second and chronic type Committee chairmen for the sity beginning Oct. 10.
and 308 women; died of cancer Have you read the classified acU?
eye doctors and the Eye Health treated lead to blindness. The of glaucoma never Is cured but coming year were appointed on The work of each course in- cent or 9504 were victims of
cancer,
an
increase
of
nearly
1
Thursday,
when
the
executive
P'-jvlce of the New Jersey State adult
type
usually
occurs may be arrested or greatly recludes lectures, discussion. ?, labC&'mmission for the Blind are in two forms: First, the acute lieved provided the person sees committee of the Holmdel Par- oratory work, demonstrations one per cent over 1953.
urging greater public awareness form which comes on suddenly, n, qualified eye physician soon ent-Teacher Association met at and actual practice in orchards, Cancer appears as one of the
and 1 understanding of the dis- oftentimes at night, or when the and follows his instructions. It the Crawford's Corner School. greenhouses and gardens. Both first two principal causes in
ease, - glaucoma, by sponsoring patient has been under a great is most important for the pa- The meeting was conducted by courses occupy the student's each age group, starting with
tree glaucoma clinics with the nervous strain or grief. It is tient to realize that the eye Mrs. Jack Wilding, president, full time, classes arc conduct- the one to four bracket with a
co-operation of local hospitals. accompained by redness and drops which his doctor orders and 13 members attended.
ed during daytime hours. Tui- decrease over the 1953 year of
Glaucoma, a disease of the pain in the eye with loss of vis-are his "life's blood," so far as Committee heads are as fol- tion is free to New Jersey resi- 3.5 per cent in the 45-64 age
his
vision
is
concerned,
and
that
lows:
Child
study,
Mrs.
Dudley
dents.
ion.
Fortunately,
when
this
type
Bye -which if not treated leads
group and a 6.8 per cent jump
JIATAWAN'S MOST
to blindness, will be called to occurs, the patient realizes they must be used for the rest Robinson; budget and finance, The courses in fruit growing in the age groups 65 years and
the attention of the public dur- something is wrong with his of the patient's life. Sometimes Mrs, Jack Morgan; member- and vegetable production are over.
SELECT NEIGHBORHOOD
ing Glaucoma Detection Week, eyes and seeks medical aid or in spite of regular use of these, ship, Mrs. William McCormick; two of the seven short courses The greatest number of deaths
^«ot. 18 to 24.
surgery, which if rendered soon the condition is not controlled, goals, Mrs. Edwin Llebenow; in agriculture offered by the was due to cancer having di
OFFERS CAPE COD
and then some type of eye oper- publicity, Mrs. Edmund cross- New Jersey State University
Clinics will be held at Mon-enough, relieves, and in most ation becomes necessary.
ley; historian, Mrs. Edward this year. Further information gestlve and abdominal origin, Living Koom,j2 Bedrooms, Tile Bath Kitchen, Dinette, Full
mouth Memorial Hospital on cases cures the condition.
2103
men
and
1718
women,
a
toBasement, 1-clar Garage and Hot Air Heat
The Eye Health Service of thePrinz; by-laws, Mrs. Jake um- can be obtained from the office tal of 3821, dying of this cause. for Only
Sept. 19 and 20 at 2 p.m. and Slower Form Insidious
berger; school education; Mrs. of the Dean, College of Agriat Fitkin Memorial Hospital on The second form is much New Jersey Commission for theJames
Cancer
of
the
breast
nnd
genitoKissel; summer round- culture, New Brunswick.
Sept.. 22 and 23 at 2 p.m. At more insidious and creeps on soBlind has an extensive program up, Mrs.
urinary tracts took the lives of SPLIT-LEVEL
Frank Barron; proLiving Room Kitchen, Tile Bath, 3 Bedrooms. Finisihed
the clinics a free test for glau- slowly that many people are to encourage and help those who gram, Mrs.
Alan
Avchen
and
Recreation Room
coma will be given, but it is .radically blind in one eye have any symptoms of glau- Mrs. Omar Sickles; hospitality,
and Garage for only , . , . . . .
emphasized that this is not a and partially blind in the other coma to seek and obtain, proper Mrs.
Genovese; telecomplete eye examination, pure- eye before they realize anything advice and treatment. They phone, Peter
VII Cuslom Built on 75* x 125 Lots
Mrs.
Gerard
Hess;
pubrecommend
that
everyone
conly a teat for glaucoma.
is wrong with their eyes. The
lication, Mrs. Paul Hanclk.
sult
a
qualified
eye
physician
eyes
do
not
pain
and
are
not
INSPECT HOMES
Heads County Program
Vpie program chairman in red. The part of vision affect- or hospital eye clinic at least The first meeting of tho fall
Free Estimates Given
Just Off Houtc 31 at Buttomrood Manor
lrfonmouth County is Dr. James ed first is the said vision that once a year.
season will be held on Tuesday
On Edfrcwater Drive, Matawan
No Job Too Large or Too Small
Or Contact
A. Fisher, jr.. and the other one uses in the dark or dim
evening at 8 o'clock at the Cenmedical eye doctors who are co-light. Central, or reading, vis- Trucks are not permitted on terville S c h o o l .
Teachers,
• operating: are Dr. James Clark, ion, is unaffected until the very the northern sections of the school personnel, members of
Dr. Jose Pletrl and Dr. Arthur last. For this reason, anyone Garden State Parkway above the school committee, nurses,
Strauss.
having trouble seeing at night Interchange 90 near Lakewood bus drivers, dentists, etc., will
WILLIAM M. STROTHEK, Prop.
The disease, glaucoma, is dueshould be suspicious of the con-In Ocean County. Only through be introduced. "Student Pro138 Lower Main St.
Near New Parkway Overpass
to the" eyeballs becoming too dition. Another common symp- travel is permitted for buses tection Insurance" will be dishard, because for some unknown tom is a halo or rainbow along the Parkway stretch north cussed, and refreshments will
Phone MA 2-2fi:!a—nr MA 1-1U03, Matawan
be
served.
reason the fluids in the eye doaround lights or the moon. Any of the Raritan River.
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Call: Matawan 1-3154
P. 0 . Box 126
Cliffwood, N. J.
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Program Suggested POETESS-PROFESSOR FROM SPAIN AT DOUGLASS Extend Honor System I
To Control Erysipelai
Garden State Parkway
Isolate, Vaccinate, .
Newly-Purchased Swine
Kent Stevenson
Has Weenie Roast
Heads State Group
Motorists Pay Tolls
Without Collectors
The honor system for motorA combination isolation and
ists on the Garden State Parkvaccination program offera the
way will be extended to the
best control for swine erysipenorthern metropolitan area of
las. one of the most serious dls
the
new toll road, the New Jeroases in the United States, acsey Highway Authority announcording to a suggestion for
ced Sunday.
farmers issued today by the
American Foundation for Ani
D. Louis Tonti, Acting Execumal Health.
tive Director of the Highway
Authority, said the honor sysThe Foundation recommend.1
tem will go Into effect at midisolation of all newly-purchas
night Sunday at the Watchung
ed swine for a period of three
(Watchum? Ave.. Bloomfield)
weeks, during which time they
and Passaic (Route 3) ramp toll
should be observed closely for
stations for the 12 to 6 a.m.
signs of the disease.
shirts only.
. Erysipelas is similar to many
other diseases in that It Is
Under the system, motorists
DALE IS. OTTO
spread by carriers, that is, aniare put on their honor to pay
mals that appear to be healthy
,olls at specified ramp stations Dale B. Otto, president of the
but actually are infected. Farm
along the Parkway. No human New Jersey Natural Gas Comers who do not raise their own
collectors are In attendance. pany, Friday was elected presi'PlBs should buy feeder animals
The motorist is asked by post- dent of the New Jersey Gas Asand breeding stock only from
ed signs to deposit his fare in sociation at its 40th nnnual
herds which are known to be
a. receptacle attached to the toll meeting at the Monmouth Hodisease free, the Foundation
booth.
tel, Spring Lake.
says.
Director Tonti noted, however,] About 400 gas officials and
Scnorita
Marina
Itomero,
Douglass
College's
Spanish
poetess
Gilts and sows should be vachat the electronic treadle courisays that poets arc born not made. Author of four r of vehicles passing through executives from all parts of the
cinated properly before breed- professor,
state heard Gov. Robert B.
boohs of Spanish verse, she teaches Spanish language and litera- e,he
ing time in areas where erysi- ture
toll lanes continue to funcat the State Unlverity's women's college, and currently is
suggest that the gas inpelas has occurred earlier. Lit- editing a book in Spanish about Castile fur ivliicli she is furnishing tion, and added: "If we find Meyner
dustry In New Jersey has a Job
tle pigs should be' vaccinated at the photographic illustrations.
general abuse of the system of In telling the public "the fabusix to eight weeks of age.
the two new locations, State Po- lous story of what natural gas
Anti-serum injections and se- What makes a poet—a worn that development of technique! ice will be instructed to make has done." He said there was
lective antibiotics offer some an professor-poet writing i: will improve the natural gift spot checks there in order to the common misbelief that nahelp in swine infected with ery- Spanish? Where does she fin but that a poet must have a spe get better compliance. How- tural gas would bring lower ratslpaels, providing such treat- nspiration and what is sly cial type of sensibility to mood; ever, our experience with the es, but "we must tell the story
or happenings of the moment honor system leads us to bement is done early in the course ke?
to the public in understandable
of the disease.
Senorita Marina Romero, as These pass by the average in- ieve that there will bo little or fashion of the problems of transdividual,
she
says,
bul
the
poe
no
abuse."
;ociate
professo.
of
Spanish
Symptoms of the acute form
mission, stnndby services and
of eryslpeals are similar to hog nd director of the Spanisi reacts and feels compelled tc The system has been employ- other problems."
cholera. Animals go off feed, House at Douglass, the women'; express these feelings in "word ed with good results at ramp
run high fevers and often die ollege of the state University beauty."
'oil stations in southern areas of Gov. Meyner said that the gas
ilnce 1938, provides some inter
within a few hours.
Vibrancy and dellcateness an ,he 164-mile Parkway. For the Industry today has to compete
estmg
answers
d
r
B
i
from
heThe Foundation points out lhatj
synonymous with Ivliss Rome most part, the system is limit- with nthor fuels, such as electhe disease organisms that own experience. She is the au ro's verse and with the poe ed to the early morning shifts tric, coal and oil. He explaincause erysipelas can live in the thor of four books of verse anc herself.
Reviewers have ap 'rom midnight to 6 a.m. when ed that when utilities were first
ground for years. Infected lots of numerous poems publishe plauded the "intense and blind- raffle is comparatively light. given franchises it was believed
should be worked often so the in Spain, South America an ing world" nnd the ''delicate A comparison of the treadle by many to be monopolies, "but
sun and air can help get rid of Mexico.
and refined" work of the Doug- count of vehicles and the re- that is not so today." The gas
the germs. Herds should be One must be born a poet, like lass College professor whom ceipts in the l depository recep- Industry, he added, has to commoved to clean ground and pas- any kind of artist, in Senorita they also hail as "among the ;acles has shown that better pete with the other fuels, nnd
Romero's opinion. She says five or six best women pouts ;hah 60 per cent of the motor- the state has to see that it can
ture after an infection.
of the new Spanish poetry, sts observe the honor system. be in a position to compete.
iSlender and petite, the dark What is more, the missing 4Q Explaining the position of the
liaired senorita personifies fin per cent includes State Police, administration on utilities, the
Intensity, Students and facul maintenance and other official governor said the state "con
ty know her as a dynamic per- 'arkway vehicles which are take strictly the consumer's
sonality. .
permitted to pass free of charge view or the stockholder's view"
but it has been the position of
The little senorita, who teach xnyway.
administration to consider
None of the nine across-the- his
es 19th and 20th century Span
the position "of all areas."
is-h literature as well as elemen- 'arkway toll plazas has the 'Government falls when you
tary and advanced Spanish honor system in effect. Toll seek to represent only one
MATAWAN 138 Main St. MA 10003
grammar and conversation, was collectors man those booths view." he stated.
bora in Madrid some 40 years around the clock daily. The sysago. Her first poem was writ- ,em has been confined to rump Other officers elected by the
en, at the time of her gradu-, itatlons where motorists are association are Henry W. Niation from The Institute Escuela iither leaving or entering the colson, Public Service Electric
and Gas Company, Newark,
here. She later, returned to 'arkway's main roadways.
,his school as a teacher follow- The honor system was insti- Irst vice president: Theodore H.
Kendall,
president, South Jerng undergraduate work at the tuted on the Parkway late last
sey Gas Company, Atlantic City,
TRAVEL BY STEAMSHIP
University of Madrid.
ear in the interest of economy, second vice prelsdent; and
OR PLANE.
CRUISES.
Her first book of verse 't was found that toll collec- Frank C. Pesveyc, Public ServACCOMMODATIONS ARRANGED
'Poemas A," was published in ions at some ramp stations dur- ce, secretary-treasurer.
(Foreign or Domestic)*
1935 by the alumnae of the ng early morning hours did not Other s p e a k e r s included
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women's residential unit of the varrant the cost of maintain- George T. Naff, president of
University of Madrid. "Nosta- ing human attendants there for Texas Eastern Transmission
gla de Manann," her second the shift.
Corporation, operators of the
book of poems, appeared in The honor system has been in Big Inch and Little Inch pipeMexico In 1942: the third, "Pre- iffect previously at the Mon- lines; Dolph Jansen, Jr.. vice
Day Calls: VAUpy 6-4141—214 Smith St., Perth Amboy, N. J.
;oncia del Recuerdo" in Mad mouth (Red Bank), Lakewood president of Fuller, Smith nnd
Night Call*: KF 7-1478-R—7 Broadway. Keyport
id in 1952; and the fourth, ,nd Tilton (Pleasantvllle) ramp Ross, public relations special'Midas. Poema de Amor," al- oil stations. It operates at ists, and Dr. Dwayne Orton, ediJonmouth for the mldnight-to- tor of Think Magazine.
so in Madrid In 1954.
a.m. shift only, but Is in fullThe professor-poet's verse i
yrlc and, since she dislikes be- -ime effect at the two more
ing limited by form, most often iouthern spots.
is blank verse in melodic lines The passenger vehicle rate Is
if deep rhythmic mood. She !5 cents nt Watchung, and 10
prefers to write immediately :ents at the Route 3 ramp staGasoline Powered
when Inspired, though she ad- ion. At Red Bank, Lakewood
mita circumstances often pre ,nd Pleasantvllle, the passen- Cement Mixers, Garden
/ent. Then her poems 'are ;er vehicle rate is 10 cents.
Tractors or Rotary
•written mentally." She seldom changes or corrects her The speed limit along the
Lawn Mowers
arden State Parkway in New
erses.
ersey
is
60
miles
per
hour
ex"How can you patch an emoept where otherwise posted,
Ion?" she asks.
A Spanish Government schol- owever, the superhighway was
Call MA 1-3136-M
rship brought Miss Romero to esigned to accomodate speeds
;hls country in 1035 for gradu- is high ns 70 m.p.h.
te study at Smith College
mith also granted her a year's
ellowship. A Mills College
enchlng fellowship took her to
hat California institution, frorr
hich she received her M. A. in
937. she devoted several sumtriers to teaching and further
Little slrl (Imams are real . . . and all based on experience. Some itudy at Middlebury College aftt she Joined the Douglass Col
things she's read, others she's seen, others she's heard.
Her mommy and daddy are Stultz boosters. They talk about our ege faculty in 1938. She has
Degree Day delivery service . , . how they like our drivers nnd :ompleted more than half the
our service men.
equirements for the doctorate
egree nt Middlebury.
n
1
Thai la!!'. f^eped fh'nush «» W«» S'isle, By nosh, wouldn't be But her native e w'i'y li* *
surprised if she doesn't have us tnkc care of her lic/itine some day. more recently, lured her back
For the 1953-54 year she was or
leave from Rutgers University
Susie couldn't do belter
and neither could you.
as the recipient of a Rutgers
Research Council grant, aug
mented by Calm Foundation
Eltsbllihid 1(01
QuaUrr — W»lsbl — Serrte*
funds, permitting her to prepare
a new volume, this time not
book of poems but one perhaps
best In the hands of a poet. It
will be a collection of the work
OIL BURNING EdDIPMEHT AND 8ERVICC
of six Spnnish authors of the
FUEL OIL — KEROSENE — COAL
18D8 generation who wrote about
POU1.THY. DOQ AND MILL TEEDS
Castile. The book will be illustrated by 50 color plates of the
Castlllan locale, photographs for
which were tnken by Miss HomTO herself.
Photography is one ot her hobGINItAl MOIOM
bles us is travel itself. She lms
visited most of the European
countrlc.1: ns well as Cuba, Mexico nnd much of the United Slates. 8ho reads Portuguese and
Myriads
.speaks French nnd Italian In
of colon
iuklitlon to English and her nnLowe Brothers Mollolono it a gonuino oil
Mvi; tongue,
/inishl Requires no priming coat or special
Styled by
A U. S. citizen since 1910,
thlmvotl Hidos porlocllY-drins quickly^ One
inotolkn
Mlsn Konioro has been In Mfidcool covers most wall jurlocos potfsclly I Holds
outhofiliu
•Ul iiKiiln this Hummor, seeing;
its volvoly brinuly Ituough ropo.ilod washo publication of this latest book,
(^f^M^'r'-'- raponpoBATEp1
ingsl Uso over plnslor, wood, brick, wnllpnpor
ami doubtless soaking up lmSoo our comp)vUi srOoclion of now Slylicl
iressioiiH which will result In
Colors- doop tones, irvbelwpcns, pnslols-all
urllior
poetry, because, you
AUTHORIZED.
1
KM , fnr her "poetry In everyslylod by color nulhorilios'
JOURNAL; MATAWAN, I t
Kent Stevenson. Pleasant Valley Rd., Hohndel entertained at
a weenie roast on Sept. 5. Attending were Lonnle Butler.
John Lubkert, Roy Buck, Paul
Potoski, Anthony Cosmo, Milton
Carrier, Alden Anderson, Oai!
McMillan, L i n d a Thompson,
Lynn Sutphin, and Karen Pitcher, all of Holmdel.
Also were Mr. and Mrs. R.
Ott, Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Ronson, 'Ralph Ronson and Mr. and
Mrs. W. Stevenson.
PAGE TWELVE
New Jersey's Garder. State
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extremities. The Parkway is
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State Thruway at its northern
end, and is to tie in with a proposed Delaware Bay ferry service between Cape May, and
Lewes, Del., at its southern
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THE MATAWAN JOURNAL, MATAWAK,H X
Children's Home
Society Given Aid
TIIUHSDAV, SEPTEMBER 15. 1955
PAGE THIRTEEN
Tors
Select
Birthday Gifts
From Our
Holiday Variety
Domestic Workers
Under Social Security
TWE ZOO VOOZ O P B J . 5 5
MfteCHEP OUT OP THE
DATES AND KWhPED AROUNPTH6
STREETS C * EP
Eligible If Paid
$50 During Quarter
NOWPY.
OPPICWLS WAPE &
WX>J TOUR
Social Security coverage has
recently been extended to many
additional thousands of domestic workers, it was pointed out
recently by Allan A. Bass, district manager of the Perth Amboy social security office.
Mr. Bass went on to explain
jUiut one of the important chanjges included in the 1954 amendIments to the social security law
; brought under socinl security
protection any worker In a private home who is paid cash wages of $50 or more by his emTTUE TALLEST PLANTS W THE WCSLP M £ ECS METSUKMS MOKC THAN
ployer in any one calendar quar6 0 0 F E E T 114 HEIGHT UFUE K=EH R X M > IK1
ter.
TMB W A I
THIS H E 6 M T W T I I T H E TM.LBSTOP T H E
"These new regulations went
OA.NT SSOUOlk TKE6S-400 FEET UISU.'
Into effect on Jan. 1, 1955," Mr,
Bass said, "and they mean that
nearly all maids, cooks, and
other household workers now
will be able to build up the same
type of old-age and survivors
insurance protection which factory and store workers have had
in the past."
BETTER
IF YOU'RE YOUR OWN BOSS"Some domestic workers,"
TEU. 'POIK BANK TO PECUCT A SET fcTOUHT EACHtfJHTlt FROM KXJK ACCOUNT
THAN
the social security official conID PIKCHASE U.S. SMIUCS BOMPB "OUlJE BUILPIN4 KK ->OK H J W E DIE
tinued, '"have been covered by
s v e . smcilKt ANprnnr/onc VAY.'
YOUR
social security in the past four
OWN
years, but only if they worked
for special medications and $3900
FACTORY for their employer on at least Cancer Society
24 days in a calendnr quarter
for radon for cancer patients.
Allocates
Funds
and were paid at least $50 cash
The allotment for Monmouth
in thnt. quarter by the employ- Approval for tho spending o! county is $500 for special mediC.P.A. Audit Shows
er. Beginning Jan. 1, 1955, how- Profit 8c Gal.
ever, the 24 day requirement 68,150 by the county chapters cations; $3500 for visltine nurswas dropped, and now any do- 'f the New Jersey Division es and $250 for radon. MiddleThe spectacular success ol mestic worker who is paid at f the American Cancer Society, sex County will receive the alMary Carter Paints has many least S50 ensh by an employer has been given by the medical
facets—but the outstanding in a three-month calendnr quar- and executive committees of the lotment of $600 for special medications', $1500 for visiting nursono is the cleterminaion to
Division, it was announced by es and $250 for radon.
turn our products equal or ter must bo reported for social
Leo W. Eirich, Paterson, presisecurity purposes."
better than competition.
Both the household employ- dent of the division. Of this Your advertisement in this
Glowing reports and flatter er and the worker have import- amount $37,400 has been allocat- paper will reach prospective
•"> Ing correspondence are con
ed to meet the cost of the visit- purchasers In every community
tinually directed to Miss Car- ant responsibilities in seeing that
ter by customers from all the worker's wages are report- ng nurse associations; $24,850 in the bayshore area.
ed for social security. The
walks of !ife.
worker must obtain a social seYou are urged to hesitate in curity number, for which he can
buying any other product un- get an application at the Perth
til you investigate the fam- Amboy social security office at
I CAN SAVE YOU MONEY OH
ous '"I'll Pay Half Your 313 State St., or his local post
• Whole Paint Bill" ofier.
office.
When he obtains his
number, he should show it to
the employer for her to copy
only with
down on her records."
BEFORE Bt/VING OR SELLING
FABULOUS
The h o u s e h o l d employer
needs to obtain an employer
identification number from the
Internal Revenue Service. She
can get this either by writing diSHORE CONCOURSE,, CLIFFWOOO. N. J.
rectly to her local Internal RevMatawap 1-2447
enue Service director, or by askng her social security office for
PAINTS
the booklet OAgi-21 which conains an application blank for
OUTSIDE
the employer number."
Mr. Bass, explained that the
AT OUR KEYPORT STORE ONLY
Internal Revenue Service will
mail reporting forms to the employer at the end of each calendar quarter. The employer
sends In the report form, showIng the name mid account number of the worker and the
amount of cash wages paid during the calendar quarter, together with the social security tax
due. !
'The tax rate," concluded Mr.
Bass, "is four per cent of the
worker's total wages. The em
ployer deducts two per cent
rom the worker's wages each
payday, adds another two per
cent, and then sends in the entire four per cent with her quarterly tax return. These tax payFLOOR MODELS and DEMONSTRATORS
ments aro the first step in insuring that the household worker will be able to build up-oldDOES
age and survivors insurance
INDOOR
protection under the social se-i
WALLS
curity law."
]
WITH THE
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I TRY TO MATCH
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AND GIVE EVERY
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Housewarming For
John G. Strykers
KNOW YOUR NEW JERSEY!
Keyport residents contributed Mr. and Mrs. John G. Stryker,
$20 and Matawnn residents $33 Weldon Rd., Matawan, were
last year to help support the given a surprise housewarming
work of the privately financed on Sept. 4 at their home. They
Children's Home Society of New formerly lived In Perth Amboy.
Jersey. According to a report They were presented with a
released by Mrs. Jeanne Ott, gift and a social evening was
financial secretary, voluntary enjoyed.
contributions received from all Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Jocommunities of the s t a t e seph Curran, Woodbridge; Mr.
amounuted to $48,403.16.
and
Mrs. Gerald
Duggan,
In her report Mrs. Ott also Fords; Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur
said that the Society, which of- Lowe, Princeton; Mr. and Mrs.
fers adoption service on a non- Andrew Dubay,-Cliffwood: Mr.
racial, non-sectarian basis to and Mrs. Harry Hnnna, Mr. and
childless couples in each of the Mrs. Rollin Richards, Mr. and
state's J l counties, spent a total Mrs. Donald Fries, Mr. and
of $152,961.00 in behalf of home- Mrs. Angus P . Davis, and Mr.
less children entrusted to its and Mrs. John Renwick, nil of
care during its recently term- Matawnn.
inated fiscal year. She further
reported that the Society's total Automatic toll collectors were
annual income from all sour- first placed in operation on the
ces, including endowment and Garden State Parkway on Nov.
rust fund earnings- of 551.22C.83 19, 1954. The toll robots were
came to $139,820.26; resulting Introduced to the motoring pubIn an operational deficit of $13,-lic on the Parkway as experi141.73.
\
mental devices.
The center island between the
northbound
and
southbound
roadways of the Garden State
Parkway Is as wide as two football fields in some areas of the
164-mile New Jersey superhighway.
Qov. Robert B . Meyner put
the Garden State Parkway officially in full operation on July
1, 1055, by pnyins the first quarter toll at the Bergen toll plaza
near the Route 17 northern terminus.
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Motorists, Parents
With millions of school children returning to classrooms
throughout the nation, all motorists and parents must be reminded of their joint responsibility for the safety of pupils
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age, the Keystone Automobile
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Automobile and truck drivers
WERE =.-;„• - ~
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must persevere in our efforts
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if we are to step up protection
y;WITH/l ACRES
OFSTA/MUS*
and cut down on mishaps.
I -STEEL PANELS TO RESIST RUST,
"The motorists must orient
TARNISH. WEATHERING, IT WILL
his own sense of responsibility
OUTLAST Tf/e PY/tAM/OS. IT
to compensate for the irresponPRESENTS A GLEAMING PREVIEW OF TOMORROW'S SKVsibility of childhood, allowing
.LIHF IN THE DAWNING
extra margins of safety for the
AQBOf STAIN1MSS ST££L. r.
children's well being and his
own peace of mind. Parents
should set proper examples
while advising their children on dren, The record of those 40
the necessity of being cautious 000 boys and girls in accident YOUR*
even in the seemingly simple prevention is truly phenomenal
act of crossing an Infrequently and has been achieved without
traveled street.
pomp or fanfare. We will, of
• "Keystone, through its Safety course, continue that program
Patrols, has been campaigning this year, with direct assistance
for nearly a. quarter of a cen- ;o public and parochial schools
tury to reduce the highway ac- in their safety
educational
by Charles H. connori
cident toll among school chil- vork."
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Gladiolus that bloom earlier
may now bo harvested. It Is
well to allow them to remain In
the ground for threa or four
weeks after blooming, or until
the leaves start to turn yellow.
During this period
after
blooming, the leaves manufacure plant foods. This food is
itored In tha new corm that
orms on top of the one we
planted. The old one shrivels
and loses its usefulness.
A good practice to follow is
Lo dig with the leaves attached
o the corm and allow them to
dry for two or three weeks beore cutting them off. However,
his presents a problem ol
space, for It is not desirable to
allow them to remain in full
iun. Usually the stalk is cut
wo or three Inches from the
corm, then put away in an airy
lace to cure.
Several weeks later, when
dry, the top is pulled off and
he old shriveled corm removed.
The new corms should be examined and any badly diseased
nes discarded and burned with
he old top and corm. The
:ormels or littla corms can be
laved for planting.
After the corms ara cleaned,
they are ready for winter storage.
The worst insect pest of
gladiolus is the thrlp. While
hese are usually abundant in
he field, It is wiae to treat the
corms to destroy any that may
be present, as often there are
enough of them to weaken the
corms.
Place the corms in a paper
bag and add three per cent DDT
dust, one tablespoonful to 100
corms. Now shake them up
well, so that each corm is coatd. This will take care of any
,hrlD3 that are brought in.
The corms may be left In the
ss or placed in open containers, such as strawberry baskets, peach tills, etc., or in
Hats. Storage in the average
cellar is usually satisfactory.
Temperatures between 45 and
60 degrees will keep them in
;ood condition, if the air is not
oo moist and the room is ven.ilnted.
THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 15, 1955
PAGE FOURTEEN
ber, January, March, May, Juno
and July. All other months in.
that year's time had perfect faFor the sixth time In a year tailty-free records on the Parkof operation, the Garden State way.
Parkway went through the The Parkway's revenue trafmonth, a heavily-travelled Au- fic during August amounted VJ
gust, without a single irafflc fa- the second heaviest monthly volume despite the threats and eftality.
During the same 31 - day fects of hurricanes Connie and
month, more than 5.419.000 toll- Diane-* upon summer-time mopaying vehicles were recorded toring.
on the Parkway, the New Jer- Before the first hurricane
sey Highway Authority reported threat, the Parkway had handrecently. Toll revenue for Au- led an all-time record volume
gust was figured at the unau- of traffic in the first week of
dited total of $1,316,994, the sec- August. The last week of the
ond successive $1,000,000 month month witnessed a new surge
since the Parkway started full in traffic following the h u r O
operation July 1.
cane letdown.
Between Sept. 1, 195i. and
Aug. 31, 1955, there was a total Enjoy one of America's great
of only six traffic fatalities, one freedoms. Attend the church ot
each in the month of Decem- your choice this weekend.
No Traffic Fatality
On GSP In August
Plan Four Projects
For Coming Year
Joint'Responsibility;
Precautions Urged
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mATAWAN
THE MATAWAN JOURNAL/ MATAWAN, N J.
Mrs. Richard Stewart
Heads Art Committee
Mrs. Richard E. Stewart was
selected chairman of the Art
Advancement Committee of the
Monmouth Arts Foundation at a
meeting held at the home of
Mrs. Willard T. Somerville. 24
Cooney Terr., Pair Haven, on
Sept. 1.
Other members of the committee are Mrs. Somerville,
Mrs. Francis Taylor, Mrs. Jean
W. Parmly, Mrs. Norman Stofflet, Mrs. N. J. A, McMullan,
Mrs. Donald English, Mrs. Stanley Dahlgren, Mrs. W. W. Boeswetter, Mrs. John Thorpe, Marshall Simpson, Geza DeVegh
and Johan J. Smlt.
Pour projects are planned for
the coming year. They include
the purchase of books on art for
the county library; a portrait
demonstration by Lajos Mar•OBSTACLE COURSE — A busy.llHia fellow on a dankos, Perth Amboy, which will
gerous route. Tho clustered stairways, absence of handbe held at the auditorium of the
rail, arm filled wifh toys, pavoi fhe way for bis fall
China, and Glass Shop, Red
and, very possibly,.painful injury.
Bank, in January,
There will be a school slide
A. Sprague, chairman of the
program In February and
,d Grassland Conference
Rutgers grassland committee.
March conducted by Mrs. Som-At Rutgers Oct. 21
erville, assisted by Mrs. McMulAll farmers are invited. Dr.
lan. The subject this year will Dr. Roy E . Blaser, an author- Sprague says.
This year's
be paintings of still life, land ity on pasture and hayland mix- meeting: will deal with fundascopes and seascapes and fol
mental problems of grassland
lowing the slide program will tures, will be among speakers
be a contest for the students at the annual Grassland Farm- farming, with plenty of time al
who are Interested in painting. ng Conference, Oct. 21, at the lowed for questions and discussThere also will be a children's College of Agriculture, Rutgers ion. Speakers In addition to Dr.
Blaser will be members of the
workshop at the Junior Service University.
Leagias outdoor art show next
college staff. A considerable
Dr.
Blaser
is
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member
of
ipring.
the staff of Virginia Polytech- time will be allowed in the aftnic Institute, and is regarded ernoon for separate meetings of
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estly feel that our greatest contribution in this field can be
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER' 15, I95J
nade through the public school PAGE FIFTEEN
:eacher. We consider it to be in
rection of Charles Capone, Askeeping with the best tradition Rt. Rev. Hogan
bury Park, will be made at a
f the teaching profession that To Speak At Rally
Grant Provides Sum
Judge Giordano Finds
meeting
of the Monmouth Fedhe teachers of the county themFor Study Groups
Case Petty, Pointless
selves have offered tho sugges- The Rt. Rev. James J . Ho- eration Sunday in the Holy Spirtion that the grant be used to
pastor of St. Catharine's it Lyceum, Asbury Park. The
Tiio Monmouth County Edu- 'urther the educational ad- gan,
will open with BenedicCounty Judge" John C. Glor
Church, Spring Lake, and chan- meetingcation
Association
Tuesday
andano reversed on appeal a con
aneement of all teachers rath- cellor of the Trenton Diocese, tion at 7:30 p.m. in Holy Spirnounced the establishment of a
it
Church.
Louis A. Reissner,
-.Motion of Mrs. S. Q. Sanford
than, for the personal advan- will be the speaker at a religiant of a minimum of $1000er
East Keansburg, will preside.
viaurelhurst Dr., C l i f f w o o c
tage
of
just
one
teacher.
rally
held
on
the
grounds
per year from the Walter Reade "We trust that the
Beach, on whom a 30-day BUS
institution of
gious
St. Catharine's Church on
Foundation to provide advancpended sentence In the counts
ed specialized training for the f these study groups under Dr. Sunday afternoon, Sept. 25, fol- Holmdel Residents
jail was Imposed by Magistrate
teachers of the county. The •rescott will encourage teach- lowing the annual parade of the Leave For France
Luther A. Poster, Matawan
fund, to be known as the Walter ers to seek Monmouth County Monmouth and Ocean FederaTownship, on Aug. 9.
Reade Foundation Education as an ideal,area in which to per- tions of Holy Name Socicites. Mrs. Robert Flynn and chilJudge Giordano found the case
Rcarsearch
Grant, will form their professional duties. More than 5000 men from 42 dren, Ardriane and Regina,
to be "much ado about nothprovide the necessary sums of We hope, too, that it will In- parish Holy Name Societies are Holmdel Rd., Holmdel, left by
ing." The charge was entered
plane Sunday for Verdune,
money for the formation of duce famlliea to settle in Mon-expected to participate.
by Elmer Johnson, Keypor
France, where they are joining
teacher study groups dealing mouth County with the assurbutcher, that Mrs. Sanforc
The
rally
which
will
close
Mr. Flynn, who is employed by
with the subject of child growth nce that the most modern tech. dumped stones and rubbish on
and development. Dr. Daniel niques and facilities will be with Benediction of the Blessed the U. S. Government In France.
~Jhls property, adjoining hers on
Of S:iacrament, will be a dedication
Alfred
Prescott,
of
Maryland
available
for
the
education
Recently a group of friends
Laurolhurst Dr., July 28.
to the memory of Rt. Rev. feted Mrs. Flynn at a bon voyUniversity, one of the nation's ,heir children."
Mr. Johnson's son, Richard
Thomas TJ. Reilly, P. A., form- age party at her home. In the
most prominent authorities on
supported his father's lestithe subject, will conduct the More than 280 bridges are er pastor of St. Catharine's group were Mrs. Robert Hosmony and Walter Koeberger, a
study groups throughout the needed to carry the Garden Church and the first spiritual trup, Mrs. James Emmons,
neighbor on the other side, also
county.
Stat Parkway over and under director of the Monmouth Fed- Mrs. Robert Preston, Mrs. Ivaided the Johnsons with i
highways and railroads and eration will be under the direc- ins Morse, Mrs. Elizabeth Laurcharge Mrs. Sanford had rip
Commenting on the establish- across bodies of water. The tion of the Rev. Joseph R. Brzo- sen, Keyport; Mrs. Alfred Manped up a Rose of Sharon bush
ment of the fund, Earl B. Gar- largest single span is the 4400 zowskl, pastor of St. Catherine's ville. Matawan, and Mrs. Joseph
on hla property.
rison, County Superintendent of foot, $11,000,000 Parkway cross- Church, Farmlngdale, and spir- Rimkus, Holmdel.
Schools, stated, "The institution ing of the Raritan River.
Arthur Brletkopf, Newark, atitual director of the federation.
of this program will be the envy
t o r n e y lor Mrs. Sanford, counFinal arrangements for the
of every county in the state, if Have you read the classified ads? parade which are under the di- You can buy Defense Bonds
Utered by Introducing an allegby the Payroll Deduction Plan.
not tho entire country. This
ation tho younger Johnson had
flashed a light at the woman's
Construction crew of the J. F. Klely Co., Lonff Branch, bores beneath the New York and supplemental educational pro
bedroom window to irritate her, Long Branch Railroad tracks at Middlctown as part of the $100,000 Installation of the New Jersey gram for teachers dealing with
child growth and development
Mr. Brletkopf also cited that Natural Gas Company's new main of flve-anil-three-tcnlhs miles from Lincroft to Middlctown.
the Koeberger charge against The New Jersey Natural Gas The main was laid in a casing The new line will provide gas is vital to teachers in order for
them to better understand and
Mrs. Sanford had been dismiss Company soon will complete in- beneath the surface of the track
service for tho entire area be- work with children."
ed by Magistrate Foster.
stallation of a six-Inch high pres- bed by boring a hole and forc- tween Lincroft and Middletown:
Discussions for the establishMrs. Sanford related that a sure gas main at a cost of about ing the casing through.
few hours after the Incident al- $100,000 as part of its expan- This part of the project requir- which previously had been with- ment of the grant have been
legedly happened, she found sion program in this section.
ed more than four days' work out it. Mr. Pollltt said the in- underway between the Educa.. several cobblestones had been The new line, being installed for the 110 feet to be installed, stallation was made because of tion Association and the Trusi/placed In her driveway and her by the J. F . Kiely Construction which is about eight times more the tremendous growth in the is^ of the Reade Foundation
for several months. In early
hose had been pushed In a. ccl Jo.. Long Brunch, is five-and than that for normal main In- area.
The boring was David J . LaRue, superinten- February, trustee.-; of the Reade
" lar window and turned on.
three tenths miles long. It runs stallation.
"At ita best," said the judge, from Swimming River Road, done, according to L. Irving Pol- dent of operations for the util- Foundation contacted Mr. Gar• "the testimony is contradictory. ilncroft, along the Mlddletown- lltt. jr.. vice president in charge ity, said that in addition to serv- rison and suggested that they
I must confess I'm not impress- Lincroft Road, to Route 35, of operations of the New Jersey ing an area that previously did were prepared to offer a grant
assist In maintaining the high
ed with this whole situation. where It will tie in with the Natural Gas Company, because not have gas, the new line will to
'that is the safest method of "reinforce the present distribu- level of education in Monmouth
Grownups have been acting like existing distribution system.
Included in the project Is aInstalling a main beneath rail- tion system and correct the min- County. They also suggested
12-year-old juveniles."
tracks i n d causes the or pressure problems we hatd in that a specific sum would be
The judge ruled that testl 110-foot underground crossing of road
amount of interrup- a few isolated areas last win-, available to any teacher, chosmony produced in the appeal by he New York and Long Branch smallest
en by the teachers and superter."
Assistant Prosecutor John W. Railroad tracks at Church St. tion."
intendents through their own
C'Applegate failed to establish
methods and standards, for the
guilt b e y o n d a reasonable Seed For Planting
purpose of furthering his or her
Engineers Plan
MJC Anticipates
doubt.
education, or for any other purWong Barley It Ready Semi-Annual Meet
Large Enrollment
pose.
Tha darden State Parkway Registered seed for planting Plans for the semi-annual
Monmouth
Junior
College
exThe several teachers groups
links Newark, New Jersey's Wong barley this fall now is
largest city, with all resorts available from the New Jersey meeting and shore dinner to be pects to begin its 23rd year with1 and • supervisory groups involvgreater enrollment than las ed met to discuss the award,
along the Jersey shore. It pro-Field Crop Improvement Asso- held on Tuesday at the Spring ayear.
Judging from the Increvides a black-and-white carpet ciation.
Lake Country Club were dls- ase in the number of applica- and felt that the best needs of
of pavement to such popular Registered seed is the only cussed by members of the Mon- tions received, Registrar Ruth education in general and of the
needs of the children of the counplaces as Asbury Park, Atlan- seed recognized as planting seed mouth-Ocean Chapter of the
So-E Nebel reports that enroll- y in particular would be best
tic City and Wildwood.
for certification and should be ciety of Professional Engineers ment should be well over) 735, served if the funds were used
obtained immediately from the at its first meeting of the yea last fall's figure. Students are to provide teachers with the latAssociation in Allcntown, stat- held recently at The American registering, this week, Tuesday est Information concerning rethrough Friday from 5 p.m. to search and study in the field
ed William M. Cranstoun, seed Hotel, Freehold.
certification supervisor of the G. Albert Platt, Toms River, 8 p.m. daily. Classes will be- of child growth and developState Department of Agricul- general chairman for the affair, gin Wednesday, Sept. 21, after ment.
ture.
reported that tho society will two days of orientation for new The plan was adopted. Dr.
All registered seed Is hot wat- act as host to the state chap- students.
Prescott was contacted, and arer treated for control of loose ters. Mr. Platt stated thai Among1 new courses offered rangements have now been
TREES TOPPED
smut.
Theodore
Frank,
Manasquan
are advanced accounting, ele- made for the first series of stuTRIMMED, REMOVED
Fields planted with certified was named ticket chairman.
ments of retailing, fiction today, dy groups to begin in late Sepseed
aro
inspected
by
represenintroduction^
to statistics, organ- tember.
The
engineer's
group
formuFree Estimates
tatives of tha Department act- lated plans for Its Oct. 5 meet- ic chemistry, social psychology, In confirming" the grant, WalReasonable Prices
ing as certifying agent for the ing at which a panel of fou' and survey of Asiatic civiliza- ter Reade, jr., president of the
GEORGE BRONKEN - ANDREW BUUNSKY
Field Crop Improvement Asso- members will discuss the wate tions. A course in anatomy and Walter Reade Foundation, statciation.
physiology,
formerly
given
to
supply problem as it relates to
ed: "The initial philosophy in
Monmouth and Ocean Counties. nursing- training students only, establishing the Walter Reade
During the first month of full Members of the Monmouth now is open to other students Foundation purposefully was
operation of the Garden State County Planning Board and oth- as well.
broad in scope, and intended to
138 Church St., Belford Parkway, there were three er interested persons will be in Side by side with the college cover
a wide area. Our major
births and only one traffic death vited to the session.
students in the registration line concern and interest, however,
TEL. KEANSBURG
adults will register for comreported along the entire superhighway. The lone fatality in
'F.or Rent" and "For Sale munity Institute courses. Mon
6-0454-R
that month of July 1955, was an signs may be purchased at this mouth offers tho courses to
those who seek no college credit
ctogenarian.
office.
but want instruction for personNow,iduring
al or job needs,
Once again student nurses
will attend tha College, coming
rom the Ann May School of
Nurslne, Fltkln Memorial Hospital, and the Monmouth Memorial Hospitai School of Nursing. This will be the 12th year
that the College and these
schools have co-operated to give
the student nurses instruction
at Monmouth in addition to
their training at the schools of
nursing.
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Dr. Kenneth C. Streibig has
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who held the post from 1950 unil his departure this summer.
Dr. Streibig has held the position of dean at Quinninplaciarson College. New Haven,
'onn.: Weyllster College of the
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THE MATAWAN JOURNAL, MATAWAN; N. J.
THURSDAY, SETTEaiBEB 15, 1955
PAGE SIXTEEN
the pet show, assisted by Mrs
Leo Llssner, Rumson, and Mrs
Alfred Smith, Middletown.
Committee m e m b e r s from
this area include Mrs. Fred Noble and Mrs. Lawrence Taylor
Holmdel; Mrs. J. Berkley Gordon, Marlboro; Mrs. Wayne B
D a r 1 a n d, Raritan Township
trash and treasure; Mrs. P . E
Chester, Wickatunk, co-chairman of games.
fair Is expecting to have* a large
assortment of k n 1 c k n a c k s ,
household articles, jewelry, accessories and other useful items
for sale in the trash and treasure booth and hoi.ie made deBalloon Blowing,
licacies and Monmouth County
Musical Hat Game
farm products will be sold at
Special contests have been ar- the food counter.
ranged as part ot the day-long Five antique dealers will set
program for tlic annual pet up displays and Briar Hill
Allemvood
Hospital,
show and country fair which Home,
Monmouth County Organization Marlboro State Hospital and
United
Voluntary
Services
plan
for Social Service will hold on
Saturday, Sept. 24, :it the Holm- exhibits. Games of skill and
pony rides also will add to the
del Grape Farm.
day's festivities. Lunch will be
A balloon blowing' contest will served on the grounds.
be held for children 10 years
and under and a musical hat The showing of pets will ocgame is planned for those in cupy the center of attraction for
the 10 to 18 age group, dish the morning. Every animal
prizes will be awarded to the ram an ant to a pet goat will
winners of the two events. A hi: eligible to take part in the
$25 gift certificate will be award- show.
ed in a contest being planned Mrs. Allison L. S. Stern, Scofor both adults and children. beyville, Mrs. Irving' F e i s t ,
Stanley Macintosh will be mas- Shrewsbury, and Mrs. William
A slice of fresh bread fastened
ter of ceremonies for the chil- Matthews, New Shrewsbury, are
co-chairmen of the committee. with toothpicks will help keep a
dren's contests.
The committee in charge of Miss Jeanne DuDols, Freehold, cut cake from gettinpr stale.
arrangements for the annual has charge of arrangements for
Special Contests At
MCOSS Pet Show, Fair
IN THE AREA
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