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A Panorama
Of Local
TOWNSHIPS or
HOLMDEL. MADISON
1/UtUMO, MATAWAN
AM)
MAI A VAN •OROVW
People And
Events
^Township Studies
New Plumbing Code
of
The Matawaa Tai
HsaKaMei
Member
MaUoul Editorial Awodtttaa
MATAWAN. N. J., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16. 1965
f7HiYEAR— !2«hWEEK
Matawan Day At World9s Fair
Claris* C. M u c k Jr., president
of UM Farmers and Merchants Nal B«tk, MMwwi, and Robert
to * buttons faanaiaw
h ana MisselO. ftunpm. MWdletown,
vice
d
of Remsco Associates,
-A tarn aajsabsr of «4ua»ber» will
are meniben of the
M I ' I IN NWMSJlp M m H M I
tt Directors ot the Eaton* • OtMwood ani . CHNwwd
A National Bank which will opj
Mtco—irtid wkh't « • Its main office building at Route
j y j , flOW ftdf
d 0 M It Md Wyckoff Rd., Eatontown, on
MM koHd anted. A put Oct. J.
M r t * « i MM « 4 t «1U b*
Tha Ealontown NatkMal ii the
ty5toetfdOot.il
flrat IMW bank to be chartered in
, : T f e t l H r M « «
Moamouth County in approximatek g tomuirow to M M * • piumbini ly 4H years, and its officers and ditepee** fraft M O D I lour appH- rectors include prominent business
S S j f a r * e pool. Mayor Henry and professional leaders of the
shore area.
Far Heattoa
to fta health boars) meetMtatives of tha MataNeJshborbood Council
litamehto Committee to
a publlcnouatat author!-
fa
fatty****.
Court Power
Questioned
C M * h Madison Twp.
laoa iWaaNav faaterday i
MM aerk* ay. «M Mate Attorney
Owaraft «Wot aajalaaf Braet Ream Co. I K . OreM Brook, aa « contractor far the Madison Township
,s)swejraeji Authority, for reference
t o MhWaaat County Superior Court
AMesmmt Judaja Joseph HsJpern
•or an opinion on die Jurisdicilon
• f tht municipal court In such a
The compiaiei filed by the attorMy aaneml against the Renda firm
ied failure to pay a "prevallwaie of union employment
the type of work carried on.
•rd Schwartz, deputy attorney
Mineral, charged the scale paid by
gke Renda firm did not conform
With an act of legislature early In
MM letting the requirement of ad(•rence to the "prevailing rate" of
pay In contracts where the munici
•alky involved has « , « a or It "a
pubHc body" of the state.
Magistral* Sladkus accepted a
ftipulitloa that Madiann Township
i t not a city of 43.0M, that the estfmatad current population is about
t*,0O0. But Mr. Schwartz clashed
Mopinion with both Walter Romer,
mellen, representing the Renda
rm, and Philip I. Strong, New
(continued on page four)
t
Suit
A Matawan man has filed suit
Maintt the Matawan Regional
award of Education for Injuries hit
ton suffered in a gymnasium clan
•4 th* school Oct. 1, I9M. The action In Superior Court was filed
to JamM C. Hynea, 143 DeerfieM
Lane, Matawan, . tor. medical ex«• and on behalf of his son,
W. Dynes, for hla injuries.
• suit charges that she boy was
' in an accident which resulted
i us* of gymnasium equipment,
named ai defendants, charg
1
with ncKllgent supervision of the
&
lament, were two teachers, DieJ. Johnson and WltHam Cleorae
Accept Bids
For Courts
Bus Demands
From Parents
Madison Board Cause
To Rue Policy Change
Other Proposal*
Aro R«e«!v«d
Th* Matawan'Regional Board of
Education Monday night received
bids for construction of two, three
or four'tennis courts at the high
school, Atlantic Ave.
Thomas Farrell Construction Co.,
Shrewsbury, offered $2924, *X593
and $9747 on the' three options for
site preparation. William C. We*tarvett Co.. East Rutherford, of' «d HIM, tll.731 and $14,715 for
Shawn at Ike American Can Ce. exhibit in Ihe New Jersey Pavilion
conrtructiofl.
at the New York World's Fair en "Matawan Day" are (left lo right)
Four bids were submitted for Ken O'Cenner, Industrial Relations Supervisor, American Can Company,
fencing. They were Consolidated Glass PToanets Plant, CUHweed; Malawan Couacilmaa Frank J. FerSteel and Aluminum Fence Co.,
Kamlwwth, $3Wt. I2SS2 and S287S;
Cyclone Fence Co., Newark, $2189,
$1SJ» and $2S*4; Guardian Fence
Co., Newark. SltM, $2496 and $2892;
and Property Guard Fence Co., Irvington, S232S. t25U and $292S. All
btdi were held for study.
•pedal Traaapaftatlaa
Councilman Leon Chrlstinat Tues- that when he last examined finanfropoaals for' supplying special
day night called for a special meet- cial records Aug. 31, tax receipts
transportation for handicapped stu- ing of the Matawan Borough Coun- were accountable up through Aug. 1
dent* ware submitted to Edward cil to determine whether the mu- and appropriations accountable onSeuUlon, board secretary, for de- nicipal collector-treasurer's office ly through June 8.
termination of lowest bidding. ia lagging In its work and needs
Id During Summer
Three special routea are involved assistance.
Incumbent GOP Mayor Edward
and the bid* submitted are (or each
Mr. Christinat, Democratic can- E. Hyrne explained that Mr. Reeves
day, per route.
didate for mayor this year, said
Routea numbers one and three he was concerned because t h e had been ill during the summer and
(hut the tvork load on all departwere bid by Keyport • Matawan
Republican appointee to the post,
Raritan Transportation Co., Key- Clifford Reeves, had not filed un- ments had increased tremendously.
port, in the amounts of $12 and $10. expended budget balance state- He agreed, however, to a meeting
of council with Mr. Reeves.
(continued on page four)
ments to council. He said council
Councilman George Connor said
was working "in the dark" fifinishing touches are boins put on
nancially.
a
municipal radio network this
The councilman noted Mr. Reeves
week. Kadios are Installed, the
had been in office since Apr. 15 but
antenna tower erected and police
radios and desk console are beinc
The Matawan Recreation Cominstalled.
Nursery School
mission held its.monthly meeting
He again called for applicants
when William Lawlor, summer diCemmeaclag Meaasy, Sept. 17, for jobs as radio dispatchers in porector was present and submitted a
Trinity
Episcopal
Church
el
Matlice
headquarters. Applications (or
written report covering the entire
summer program and pointed out awaa win operate a slate-ap- the jobs, on part-time or full-time
that the overall attendance at the preved Nursery Seheal for chil- basis, will be accepted at the borplaygrounds and for the various dren ef are-eebeel age- 'CMMren ough hall. Interviews with appliplanned activities and outings had Meeting the age aad physical re- cants will be held Tuusday, Mr.
been much greater than in previous ejulremeala will be eligible le st- Connor announced.
Deny Sewer Connection
years. Goodwyn Goodhart. chair- lead.
The purpose af TrMly Nursery
Council denied a request by Karl
man, aald the Commission was
very pleased with results of the Seheal Is lo encourage Ihe physi- lleuser, former l>orou);h engineer,
summer program and felt it was a cal, mental, social aad emotion- to permit a service station on New
al development ei each child. Te Brunswick Ave. to connect with a
definite success. He complimented
Mr. Lawlor on the good job he had Insure Individual attention each sewer line in Madison Township
done aa director.
class will have a maximum el 15 which empties into the borough
children. Each class will be un- sewer system.
A "Bike Marathon" will be held der Ihe guidance of a New JerCleanup week will Im held stallSaturday, in Marc Woods and all sey Stale qualified director-teaching Oct. 18 and a new nunnl ladiVr
borough youngsters are welcome to er and a qualified assistant.
fire
truck is expected to be departicipate. Plans were also disRegistration will take place an livered to the borough next Thurscussed for a Halloween Parade to
be held Saturday, Oct. 30 and Ed- Thursday, Sept. 21 from I:M lo day, it was reported, by Council-1
ward Harris was named chairman II: M a.m. In the Parish Hall lo- man Vernon Ellison. It will IK
cated al 74 Main St., Malawan. tested at the lakefront f-Yiday.
of this affair.
Far further Information call 344Mayor Hyrne awarded ceitiThere was a presentation of cer- 7117 er HM74S.
(continued on page four)
tificate* by Mayor Edward Hyrne,
Tuesday p r i o r lo Ihe Borough
Council meeting. These certificates
were presented to local teenagers
who served as Junior leaders
throughout the summer and help
with the different, activities and
trips of the Recreation Program.
There will be a special meeting ot
the Recreation Commission Tuesday, Sept. », at the Borough Hall
al S p.m.
Warning Signs
At BigBus Stop
Work At P.I.I.
Brings Inquiry
Apartments Still
Occupy Planners
Murlboro Switch
Kovul To Graduate
Clear Site For Bell's New Food town
Local Day Care Center
Proposed To Area MCAP
The Matawan Area
Council Monday submitted a Day
Care Center propowal, with an «»•
nated cost or M7.3IH, to Monuth Community Action Proitratn
Riclala, Ttw proposal nuflHt'dli umi
[former Cifitwvlllo School, Route
llolmdel, aa headquarter* for a
y care prt)|iram that will, Initial|f, csr« fnr up to IM children fl«e<l
ireo ht five*. I'tilurc pl«n« full for
WpanrilnK facllltlea In |imvl<lr> af'
Mr school protirniin for children
•aed I|K hi 10 ami for ullilny cure
• f Ittlnnl* uf Mirklnu niiitliiT*.
Claud* A. lifwli, council pr«»l-
If the proposal Is approved by
the library board, the board will
fix Its financial requirements and
forward them for action to both]
Ihe Borough Council and Township
Committee. The library system is
supported jointly by both Matawaa
and Matawan Township.
The announcement of the library
board followed by three months release of a library survey report
prepared by Rothlnes Associates,
East Orange Library consultants
which included recommendations
for improved library services.
The present library on Main St.
is considered inadequate to meet
the growing demands of the resi*
dents, ft contains 800 square feet
of space and 8500 volumes, 1280 at
which have been placed in school
classrooms, Ihe report noted.
Survey Suggestions
The Rothines survey propose!
construction of library facilities
with 21,000 square feet of space to
meet the needs of the population
over the next 20 years. It suggested,
construction in two stages, with tha
first stage providing 12.000 square
feet of space.
The report noted a building of
this size would make Matawan eligible to apply (or state aid for construction which could amount to
$50,000. It recommended other financing through bond issues in both
municipalities and public subscriptions.
Madison Township Board of Education's decision of last May to
venture into non-state-aidod bus
runs for children o( lower elementary grades who have to traverse
hazardous highways of heavy highspeed traffic to get lo school backfired with the opening of schools
this past week. Parents refused to
concur with the board's notions on
what made a highway hazardous.
rano; and Wyn Goodharl, who, as well as being chairman of Matawan's The original plan of the board inRecreation Committee, Is also aa American Can Company salesman volved Routes 34, 35, 9 and 510But No Going Inside
No appropriation was made for It
for its Dixie products.
last February and the non-stateHolmdel Subdivision!
aided bus runs were to come out of
funds lell over after runs at the
H. Victor Crcspy, superintendent
two - mile limit were covered.
of Holmdel Schools, said yesterday
four
bus stop signs will go up on
Michael Ryniewicz, Wickatunk,
transportation co-ordinator. report Telegraph Hill Rd. 200 ft. from the
od the board was faced with ap site where the buses stop each
proximate enrollments of 1950 in way to warn motorists that there
the high school, 7000 in the elemen- is danger from the congregating of
Garrison Called In
tary schools and 4000 parochial stu. pupils in large numbers at that endents. Mr. Ryniewicz observed al trance to the Hills of Holmdel deOn Bauman's Role
least 50 per cent of these 13,000 velopment. Two signs will go up,
Marlboro Township Board of Ed pupils are transported, involving one each way, on the north side and
ucatlon held a conference Tues the moving of 140 buses daily. The two more, one each way on the
south side.
day with Karl B. Garrison, county great majority of the parochial pu
At the Sept. 8 meeting of the
superintendent of schools, and Vin pils are transported as there arc
cent C. DeMaiu, Matawan, its at- only two parochial schools within board, parents had protested the
the
bounds
of
the
township
and,
evdangers to pupils having to wait
torney, on work allegedly perform
"Solid" Doors
cd by a board member at the Pri- en here, the attendance is in the at the Telegraph Hill Rd. entrance
greater
number
of
pupils
coming
to the subdivision where high speed
vate Instruction Institute, Lloyd
Probe Subject
from a distance where they can traffic passes. They had wanted the
(continued on page four)
claim busing.
buses to run into the subdivision
Strathmori; Garden Apartments
But the board's opening difficul- to make pickups. It was explained]
continued to occupy tlia MatHWan
ties were with parents of pupils to them that it was the policy ot
the board not to have buses run
Township Planning Board last
g expwled withdrawal of attending the public schools. Dr. inside subdivisions for pickups but
night when it was reported there Regular Organization Republi- John P. Khouri, the superintento
require the pupils to walk to a
was a possibility the apartments cans and Democrats, nominated dent, pointed out to complaining central point on the main mail
parents that the board and the adin
the
primary,
occurred
In
Marlmay have been constructed not in
where the school bus passes Ihe
boro Township (his week. The ministration had had to wrestle
conformity with finally approved candidates issued statement giv- with the assigning of pupils lo 120 entrance to the subdivision.
plans.
The transportation committee of
ing endorsement to a "Purpose new classrooms opened this term.
The planning board's attorney, and Principle" slate composed This represented the reassigning of the board pointed out it would
greatly lengthen the routes and
Walter Gehricke. said if dining ar- of Charles T. McCuc and Alfred nearly 3500 children.
time it takes to gel the pupils Ut
Pupils Problem
eas in the two-bedroom apartment I.. Storer, Republicans, a n d
(ietirgu
E.
Crecvy,
a
Democrat.
(continued on page four)
Those who proved tho more imunits have been enclosed with solAll
served
on
former
township
ponderable problem, even though
id doors it would not conform with
committees In t h e days pre- their number was a small perplans finally approved by Ihe ceding Ihe adoption of the present
centage of the total being transIward.
Faulkner, Plan E. township counJonathan WliUo, a Stralhmore cil. Mr. Mel lie Is a member ported, were the children who had Reginald Koval, a former mem*
(continued on page four)
resident,
has contended
solid of Ihe council seeking reelection.
ber of the Matawan Police Depart
d«>rs hav« been substituted lor
ment, will graduate tomorrow with
The coalition ticket so created
folding doors on final plans to easi- seeks lo wrest control of the
the KSth recruit (raining class of
Taccrii Citvil
ly permit the use of the dining township council from a Citizens
the New Jersey Stale Police, It was
area for a third bedroom. He con- Committee slate of Norman JanTbe State Division of Alcoholic reported by Col. D. U. Kelly, suplends, the 80 per cent one-bedroom wich and Thomas .Antlsell, inBeverage Control has charged the erintendent. Trooper Koval, who
and 20 per cent twii-hedriHim regu- cumbents, and Cierald A. BauPoint Tavern, 1 Main St., Mata- lives with his wife, the former Miss
lation for garden apartments In miin jr. chairman and founder of
wan, with selling an alcoholic bev- Linda R. Luhrs, and two daughters
the township is being circumvent- t h e Citizens Committee move- eiage in its original container and al 4 Taylor Rd., Malawan, was a
ment.
ed in this manner.
al below stale • fixed cost on Sat- member of the borough department
(continued on page four)
I h e withdrawing regular orurday, Aug. 28. A hearing of the for Uu> years.
ganization candidates were: Re- charges will be held in Newark by
publicans, Mrs, Norma Saatbolf,
Old Wagon I'arm
Notice To Matawan Township
the ABC ut 10 a.m. Sept. 27.
LAST CALL for peaches. Mclnlosh Hobcrl M. Nivisnn and George
Residents
A.
Wendef,
a
n
d
Dcmocrnts,
apples now being harvested. Route
Clean-up Week will I"? during tliu
Old Wagon Farm
Chester Jameson, Charles I'urrell
.15, north of Middletnwn.
Now Is the time to put down week commencing September 20th
and Frederick K. Demurest.
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grass seed; rent our power rake. on regular collection days.
llurdy Mums, all colors also ready.
Daniel H. Downey, Chairman
Houtc 35, north of Mldcllelown.
Department Of Sanitation
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CHRISTMAT CRITICAL OF
REPORT OF COLLECTOR
Summer Recreation
Activities R<>porteti
Library Trustees To
Vote On NewUnit
Hie Board of Trustees of the
Malawan Free Public Library this
week revealed it is considering construction of a $398,836 library building to replace the present building
on Main St. Trustees reported the
building under consideration will
have 17,850 square feet.
Earlier this year, the library
board indicated the library site it
would consider first would be in
Tcrhune Park, located between
Main and Broad Sts. opposite the
form<T Matawan High School, now
» Grammar School.
The board will unveil a model of
the structure and formally vote on
the proposal at a meeting Tuesday
at 8:30 p.m. in the children's
branch of the library on Main St.,
opposite live Matawan Branch of
the Central Jersey Bank and Trust
Co.
Bmimmmen
On JVew Aa««r Jloar*/
ahuinin i
mi m i « e e t t a j fur Sept. N for
tether dsKwtitt) o« Ihe request,
fiayor Hanry E. Traphtfw said
fke committee la refcjctaat to esi Mw body because of an Img obaage In the township'a
i of
flovantmeat.
,
Ha advised the delegation to seek
opintona of the H candidate! for
Oie aew Township CouncU. Be•auw of a charter revision refer
•whin l u t year die flva • member
mnmttttt wiU fee replaced by a
•even > member Council Jan. I. Mr.
T
pn
Traphatea
Indicated ttw presto!
djaajMalMae
#D*mltt0*i 4 B M >ot mitt to bind
M W fovamli*
body with *
Vie aew
aew
g
Single Copy T«n Canft
Boned, will have a leaching director at an annual salary of 17900;
four teachera at annual nalurle* of
$6000; fmif leachor*' nldtn at
each; a ciMik anil ciiok'n aliiu at
llm anitw nalary; a custixlmn at
%'i'M uml a clerk typist al I13IM),
Umvr Knpemrii
Other mn|i»r exiwimp ittMttw ln<
I'liitk- IH,fH> fur rent, ninlnk'iiunct',
Uii.i, pli'ctridty and water; f.1890
for a purl tlmi1 piydrKikiKlKt, nurs«,
diK'lor, di'iillit ami Miclal wtirkur,
anil Vim) fur rwrnimwul and en
iwnxlublti ciiiilpiiiciit, TMKI<<I, axK'lnl
piw'tirlty, HDiirani'd and tmvcl tndjM and member of tlw INMIII ot pemi'n »n< wllmnli'd nl mi atklh
BftattM «f Mt'AI', Milimlllvd th« HUMKI 1117 M,
proposal Ui (Mlvet D«v'i<niii)rl, rt>While lli« owm'll I* mil lni|>i»y
mm\
m>it<mrt*Mt> <if MtlAI', It wllli tin' luniMoii of \\w piiMKHt'il
•III he Mihmlllwl thU week Id Hod' t'cnlpr, IKII with I he p<lltiuilfil CIKI
•»y Mnll, MCAP (irouram ciKiftll. o f i t ' i i t I n y II, l l w j i i i i p i n i i l w i n fin
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MIHIII' ,'H, win nffi'ifil Htimliiy nln'i
m# •mi-pDvwiy preufwn Ijy Matuwtin Tuwiwltlp Mnaltlfuli
crpwt weni la warii
rket al II* Mala Hi IDIKIIIII,
lfc# market
IDI'KIIIIII, IttHiMrtl
, LIHUII mid tint will I M In
was tuleaalvily dawtftd *y
Itrttwe, Ike |K»|»tlH«it nitii thU merrilng,
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Road Link To Bayshore
Urged By A rea Mayors
Mun moil Hi County l-'recholder Di- j s«;lflsh desires and "look to His
rector Joseph ('.. Irwln and Shun; iiood of the entire tint?." ||p urj'L'cl
g
offii'iiiln Hfjrwd Friday nijiht Ifial
i t t w r s l o have pnHiwi' mt'J
I lie $|KS,0tM),(Kin Ct'ntrul New .k'r- Must In Ihe experts chosen by ( i o v .
.wy I'xpri'ssway will bu a IKIOII to \ KIrhard J. lluj-ln's. l i e urged I'lat
tin1 Dliili' xnu'rully, but llii'V want Ihe plan lenuiln as Ii. He e n l M
u s/wir ID UII' densely /xipulnled Die prunou'd network, "IOIIJJ nerdnortheast bnyHboie Motion of Mmi- rd."
innulh (li'Kiunril and they wont it i
Long Hi'iinrh Mayor Vincent .1.
coimliui'leil without delay.
Mu/./ii, who culled the HI"<SIIIII HI
Rrf/pii'.W'Mlativ'1* of utn" cominiinllli't uUopUid II rr.'ilulinii on
I
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Thursday, September 16, IMS
THE MATAWAN JOURNAL. N. X
nweJty. Nay. 4. Mm. Harry K m
Receives Certificate
Dr. Effroii To Speak
On "RMpporfionnwnt"
The doasiulky
a i Mrs. iamsf FHuianmoas, Mrs.
Robert Coilias, Mrs. Erasst lefcar
mt Mrs. Kern.
P-TA Committees
For Cliffwood
B'twi I'rifh Art Shew
Eiftibiti To Be Sold
Lao* Foundation
Story Told
Auxiliary
^
All of Ihe exhibiU st the Art
The Provisional League of WoMiss Betty Mail, vice president
men Voters ol Matawan will hold
Of the Thomas A. Dooley Founda- Show sponsored by the B'aai B'rith
Women,
Ayelet Chapter, Wednesa general meeting this Thursday at
Mrs. Albert Pizzi, newly installed tion, described the efforts of the
1:30 p.m. in Matawan Regional president of the Parent - Teacher Foundation in Laos at the meeting day evening at 8:30 p.m. in the
St. Clememl'$ Picnic
High School faculty
cafeteria. Association of the Cliffwood School, of the Matawan Borough Auxiliary Oak Shades Fire House, Matawsn,
Guert speaker on the topic of "Re- announced her committee chair- of the Bayslwre Community Hospi- will be for sale.
Scheduled For Sunday
apportionment" will x Dr. Harris men at the meeting of the execu- tal, held in the parish hall of the The exhibits will include a beauEffrosj, associate research special- tive board held in the school cafe- Trinity Episcopal Church.
tiful colored 16th Century lithoPlaas have hem oompMsd (or
ist of Rutgers University Bureau torium,
Die pariah picnic ol S t Clement's
Miss .VIouI, who also is personal graph of birds, originals, etchings,
of Government Research.
Church, Mauwaa. Ths picaie will
Martin Dempsey, principal, will secretary to Sen. Jacob Javits, Re- engravings, drawings, prints, water
Dr. Effron ii a member of the serve as advisor. Mrs. Stanley O'- publican, New York, has traveled colors by contemporary and classic
M *•»• •**» ft Dm ausiiag start si 2 p.m. Sunday at Mart PicAmerican
Political
Science
Asso
Rear will be chairman of publica- extensively in the Far East, con- masters, wood engravings by RoumuOan in the po*t honw, nic Grove, Route » , nest to the
ciation, the American Society for tions; Mrs. Robert Winterberg, centrating her visits st the Foun- alt, and etchings by minor Dutch
e CMMjAat totta euaiUary A * 9. Clilfwood.
Public Administration, the Newmembership; Mrs. Stanley Zdunl- dation's hospitals there.
masters.
Tha Rev. Joseph RssciasU. paaJersey Historical Society and auth- ak, ways and means; Mrs. Arthur
The public ti invited to attend.
Mrs. Jac Cushman, president,
tor, has invited a> measbsrs of the
or of several books on New Jer-Savoy, welcoming; Mrs. Frank conducted the business session Refreshments will be served.
.-•<
new parish as come and get scsey history and local government. Jurewlcz, publicity; Mra. Robert during which final plans were anoasinlsd. Tnsie will be lamas lor
Unit meeting! on Reapportkm- Hurley, Messenger; Mrs. Ephriam nounced lor the membershipteato
M<r vies f m t - S s cMMreaud edvNa ami pleaty
men! Mil bt held Monday at 1:30Hughes, health and welfare; Mrs. be held at me home of Mrs. J. Wal- Scout Troop 67 Elect*
af r^rsenassais.
p.m. st the home of Mrs. Richard Walter Daniewicx, class represent- lace McCue, 2W Main St., MataTroop Warrant Officers were
at tha~Flaf Post Mater
Steven Testa i s general chsir
Hot*. M Colonial Dr. and on Wed- ative; Mrs. Vincent Arsbona, hos- wan.
assa; Pat Rsrasso, tickets; Charles
nesday at t:M a.m. at the home pitality; Mrs. Louise Blvlani, rec- Mrs. Alfred Casagrande report- elected at a recent meeting ol Boy
PoMwriy Mbs awan
A. (Ware, emsrtshsmem; Marti*
of Mrs. Michael Altermsn, 13 As- reation; Mrs. Samuel Dilki, par ed on the progress of the Autumn Scout Troop 17, aponsorsd by Ike
Hickay. larrasmiisati; Mn, Roabury Lane. Anyone interested in lismentarisn.
Fire
Boutique, consisting of hand-made Cheesequake Independaat
M .
tt aM Nuitlaata ant) Mn. Peter PierWa*0..saa af Mrs. Etbdya Wbv Reapportionment or the League of
Company. Harvey Noscbess was b>
article*
and
specialty
foods
to
be
Mra.
Piul
read
ths
budget
for
*an\ waTC m, staatlaaa; Fraak Matueb sad
rMs, l a d , M awarded a eertlfieale Womea Voters is welcome to atths year and It was approved.
held Oct. 28 and 2*.
•tailed as senior patrol leader.
MrtJeuvie NkhokM Sirasisro, Hand; Gaorgt a? s j f M W b i at m V a a W / J F l . lt et t . W
l d rseshsd
h dh
WaaStad
ths award tend the general meeting.
Prscrsss OnMlasd
Hostesses were Mrs. Carroll B. Richard Barefoot, Doaald Booth,
Dslts and Sam Msssiello, tames.
HaH,
chairman;
Mrs.
Klaus
Heck,
Mn.
O'Rear,
who
also
serves
as
" - • " - * • — - a l a a s aapsrvaar, hi amlgasd ss McCalre
Lawrence Daly aad tsatar Otte
Tempi* Drama Group
second vice president, outlined the Mrs. John O'Connor and Mrs. John
Air Traaspart lervlee whiea arevldes
were elected patrol leaders.
^PP SarW*a^V^W a^*i*WrWBH
program for ths yesr. Robert S. Sheridan.
B^a^Bm^BB^^ftl aWaW MaUlamml
B I B T BVaYBlAm^aa
aiaMt
•.Um anUlaiy has accapud the
OrgeniiM Wednesday
Newman, Probation Officer of MonJWiral datlrmsnsMfi lor Ike
aar passsarapass mm |SBHaw • • • • • • • aw i w .
moulh County, will be the guest
W M a at'Mmaa eanpalaa
eampaicator
for MstMitthe service.
WaamaTaWsadml BsHs Mak Ichaal prlsr m satsriaa
sa
The initial organizations! meet•s. WhMield Ivaay af ing of the Temple Shalom Drams speaker at the Sept. 22 meeting at
Tsnapis His l e w s »cond annual Ms srife. I s * , la Me dssahasr el Mr. aad Mrs.
Mrs. Irsaa Methsa rsportad that Fsrher • ChHd Breakfast will be
Headsjaarten Sajisd Group will be held at the home of I: IS p.m. In the cafetorium. He will
speak on the problems concerning
m served at ths Womea't Hosj«- hcht Sunday at I I : » a.m. at the OMhVMas. U CeL Jssse t FaBsr. taatwiadfr. H prssealatlss).
ON A
tea,
Wlllb
Air
aUaa
Ossaay
McCalre.
metes
the
Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Oppenhei- the children in this area.
Cester la the New York Oak Shades Firs House, according
mer,
C
7
Irongate
Lane,
Matawan,
Fair, located In tha Better
A
letter
was
read
from
the
chil"WMIWI
at I:M p.m., Wednesday.
BsJkHas. The hospitality to Dr. Sidney Groffmaa, program
Junior Auxiliary
dren In the Appalachla ares ex
One of the first projecti to bepressing their thanks for the books
Is ssrvicad by women
from chsirmaa lor the Reform Jewish
omca rom
congregation.
Wins
Lagion
Prim
produced
by
the
Drama
Group
will
the P-TA donated last yesr.
M UM tt
s b s t l K and M n
be an original revue tentatively tiEnvelopes sre being mailed out
j represented the VFW aui- HighKcht of the event will be the
PADLOCKS
The Junior Auxiliary of the La- tled. "So Who Needs Rent Re- for the cakeless cake isle.
Mejy of tha Departmeat of New return of Roto, the Clown, who
r*r Lochra • tlht
dies Auxiliary ol the Laurence Har- ceipli?"
proved exceptioMlry popular with
Mark Bendon, assistant principal,
bor American Legion Post 332 won All members of ths Reform Jew- also attended the meeting.
Ifcfctts still aro avsflsbl* from the children attending thit event
"Progress Without Panic" ws« three prizes s t the National Con- ish congregation Interested in per- Other officers serving with Mrc.
« T BHBibar for tbt but ride to lait year. Breskfsst will be served,
«MTida Marpfty'f
Restaurant, and the public i s invited to attend. suggeited s s the campaign ilogan vention of the American Legion and forming and/or working behind the Piui this yesr are Mrs, Frank Ku
by Ceoris t M U , csndidate for Auxiliary held in Wildwood.
scenes are urged to attend the bat, first vice president; Mrs. O'
Matawan Borough Council on the The report of the convention Meeting. Additional information is Rear, second vice president; Mrs.
Republican ticket at the meeUns of which wai kttended by Mn. Wil-available from Mr. Oppenheimer, Joseph Gfassford, recording secrethe Matawsn Borough Republicsn liam Bridgeman and Mrs. John HUM2.
tary; Mrs. Robert Francis, corClub, held In the Hook and Udder Crimmina ttated that Mlsi Peggie
responding accretary, and Mra.
Fire Houie, Broad St., MsUwan. Cohmert received first prize in the
Richard Whirtng, treasurer.
BICYCLES
Stevenson Enterllne, president, Junior History Contest; Mist Betty Laytoniana Plan
REPAIRED
chairman of the campaign commit- Morria, first prite in the Pan AmRoundup
Sept.
29
tee, outlined plani for flavins; the erican Doll Contest, and the Junior New York Trip Oct. 9
candidate), Edward E. I: m e , Ver- Auxiliary, second prize for their
Cub Scout Pack M, Matawsn,
FULL UNE OF NCYCLE ACCESSORIES
non Elliton, Clifford Reevea and display.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Dietrich, New will hold a fail roundup on WedCorns Is i«d G«» s FREE Cepy
Mr. DeiU meet s i msny borough
Mrs. Walter Schlichtlng, first vice Brunswick Ave., Matawan, enter- nesday evening, Sept. 29 at 7:30
• I Our F*H and Winter Cahtos.
resident* -.» poaaible.
president, conducted the meeting of tained the Laytonian Club at their p.m. in the auditorium of the old
Full Stbetlo* el
u
A Republican Headquarter! is the Ladies Auxiliary in the post home.
high school building. Broad St.,
• AOTO SWPfUB • HAROWAM e JrO«TIN« 6 O 0 W
Plans were completed for theMatawan. Boyt eight or nine years
being set up In the businon dis- home, when plans were made for
•
SWIM
NNS
•
UKH
e
WA«ON$
e
TOY!
trict an dinformatlon and n.aterial the installation of the Junior of- theatre party in New York, when old, interested in Joining, ara In112 MAIN ST., MATAWAN - 546-3152
ficers Saturday, Sept. 25, at 2 p.m.the members will attend a matinee vited to attend and must be acIs available.
in the Legion Home. Mrs. Schllcht- performance d "Luv" Saturday, companied by one or both parents.
Oct. I D s n e a
ing will be assisted by Mrs. Oskar Oct. 9, have dinner end attend the
A dance In planned for Saturday, Gohtnert, Miss Bclty Reiner and evening show at Radio City Music
154 MAIN STREET
Oct. 9, at the Legion Hall, spon- Miss Mary Relher at the Instilla- Hall.
sored by the club. Tickets are tion ceremony.
James Hawthorne opened the
available from any member.
MATAWAN, M J.
meeting with a prayer and the busiCouncilman Howard Henderson
ness session was conducted by Mrs.
reported on the progress of Install- Fall Reading Schedule
Warren Porter, Cliffwood.
ing new afreet lighls In the bor-Announced By Temple
Mrs. Jane Semoneit will be the
ough. New ones already have been
NewF«l
next hostess Oct. 11 at her home,
installed on Main and Washington
IS WORTH 2.00
EVERY 1.00 SPENT
The fall reading schedule for the Uttle St., Matawan.
HANDBAGS
Sts. A study Is being made on road
1
IN THE SPRINGI
conditions. Plans call for perman- Temple Shalom flook Discussion
IN
THE
FALL
• »oiiM.r ar Clutch
For Your Now FaH Outfit
ent repair rather than temporary Group was announced this weak
Madinon LWV Plans
by Mrs. Noel Levine, chairman.
LtaDir or
patching.
The September selection Is "ZorItsls Madras
Announcement was made that ba the Greek," the novel by Nikos Membership Tea
the Monmouth County Federation Kazantzakis which was recently
ol Republican Women will hold its made into a successful motion picTwo membership tees have been
annual card party, Tuesday, Sept. ture. In October, the group will planned for September by the Madi28, at 1 p.m. at the Sea Girt Inn. discuss "The Thief's Journal,1" the son Township Provisional League
Mrs. Frank J. Ferrano should be
autobiography of Jean Genet and of Women Voters.
contacted by Sept. 20 for tickets.
Mrs. Janet Silver, 74 Morningthe November meeting will be dedicated to the collective works of side Ave., Laurence Harbor, was
Morris West, among them "The hostess on Monday and Mrs. VirDevil's Advocate," "Shoes of theginia Owens, 5 Locust Ct., SouthFisherman," and "The Ambassa- wood, will welcome Interested
women at 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept.
dor."
The Book Discussion Group, 28.
Mrs, Frederick Kurtz, chapter
which is sponsored by the Sisterhood of .the Reform Jewish con- chairman, said .township residents
gregation, meets on the last Tues- interested in attending a get-acIDlvlilm • ! CmiMy Lumbar t Supply Co.)
day of every month. The next se.i- quainted meeting may contact her
KT. 34 (opp. Strefflimora Shopping Plaza)
SKm will take place Sept. 28 at 8:30 for details at 566-3955.
p.m. in the home of the chairman,
NMt 4o Crown Service Station — MATAWAN
LAWN
109 Ivyhill Dr. Membership in the
Earns Scholarship
group is open to the public, and
AND GUIDANCE
anyone interested in attending a
Thomas G. Baumgartner, 39
discussion is asked to contact Mrs. Edgcvicw Kd., Matawan, a stud«nt
Available Thru
Levine at 966-7399.
at the Rutgers University School of
Pharmacy, has received the Walter J. l.ewit scholarship for the
Need Temporary Leader
academic year I965-G6. This $400
For Campfire Girl Group
scholarship, presented annually to
a pharmacy student toward the
l « * ui thow you how to grow a fcuutlful Uwn without digging * r
A Campfire Girl group was es-cost of tuition, Is sponsored by
tablished this spring In Morgan- Wulter J. Lcwit, a member of
RAILFENCI
i«ck-br«Unf Itber — And for Hi« "Do If Youn»lf»r" our ScoH'i
vllle
to
serve
girls
from
eight
to
the
Class
of
1924
and
a
New
Jersey
STOCKADE FENCE
IS yeara of age. The group meets practicing pharmacist. Mr. Baumlawn Councilor (Tony) will «om« H your ptac* end map out •
^S*^F^SW*JW
M
Thursday afternoons from .1:30 togartner, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
5 p.m. in the Memorial Baptist Charles BaumgaTtner, Is a gradCtdar Privacy Fcnct
program for youl
Church, Greenwood Ave.
uate n' Matawan Hi^h School. He
tat
INCIUDIN*
Mrs. Leni Van Varik and Mrs.is a member of Kappa Psi frater
Myra Hallem have served as lead- nity.
I-POST
19
Let Us Show You Some Of Our Work
er and assistant respectively until
August, when Mrs. Van Varlk was
Many of t f c . ffnoil lawnt In frSt Mtfawan-Keyport ar*« «r#
Dinner
Saturday
forced to temporarily leave the
Ah© CyprMi Stockad*
^B^^r^ar^sv
e l a n w^^WaWe^el
uting on* »f our Lawn Strvlo Progrtmt,
area, It is hoped that someone havThe United Women's nreaniza'
l-ir —13.95
ing experience In this field will asTONY GIORDANO
lion ol the Bayview Presbyterian
sume
'the
leadership
of
this
group
4'aT — 12.95
Church, Clilfwood, will hold a spa
from
October
until
January
when
fV»wur« Twatad Pott I n d u e d
Mrs. Van Varik will return and re- tjhetti dinner Satvirday at ihe BayI-Pott
assume the position. Additional in- view Church from 5 to 7 p.m.
For The Man Who's Too Busy
formation may be obtained by call- Tickets may be purchased lit the
Spteitll
Ing Mrs. Florence Erlckson, 50li- door.
m»
MCTIOM
To Build A Uwn . . . Ute Our
4 W Ca«W Sp«eod
7S33,
Ritual sacrificial fires of the
Series E and II United States llrahmlns In India must bo kinSavlngi Bonda carry mors thss 20 dled by friction.
per cent of the publicly held per
| . II ft. Re*
How about busing.! cards? We
Don of thj federal debt.
can supply them quickly and st the
right price. Come and try ui.
B
1
Ride "Back t o School"
Fly«r"
GOP Candidate
Suggests Slogan
LAWNS
FREEHOLD FENCE
fc PATIO CENTER
The Modern Way
DKORATIVE FENCING
COMPLETE
SERVICE
Tony's
HARRIS HARDWARE
f
11.737
of your
neighbors
10."
K0 MINIMUM
IALANCE REQUIRED
Dowel End
1 . 1 0 ft. Raid
Sfi*
CWer Ful ftcond
3
tl
a
• • %
CENTRAL JERSEY BANK
PICKET'
FENCI
MCTIOM
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S#CTlOfl
Ail aMM eUMBIID
r l l d l A M FOR CASH AND CARRY
INSTALLATION OPTIONAL
(formerly LINCROFT NURSERY)
Af St. lenedict
Mlsi Kathleen llawmann, daughter of Mr, and Mn. Joseph llssemann, 101 Middlesex R<i, Msls-
POWH AIKATI
POWIR ROIL
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OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
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OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
LATE SPRING
MINif KA 1111,1,IN IIAHCMANN
Wmi, hit* iiiilvi'tl nl Ml, llt>n<<<tlcl
Clli'Ki'i I'mliiunul,
Inil,, where
Alia will tint|ot in I'li'itiMiiitiy li'tteh-
-
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MlllHU'illl lii'i'liiiiill I h u l l
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fikliup l e m l i r i s t'lul), blnlii|iy, home
temmmkn and Illirury duM,
Tony's
SUMMER
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muiu a it i
MRTaiJI N u s
F-KI.IMes.6tNT
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FIRtlLIM I t U*
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FOWIR ROIL
CHINCH lUft
CONTROL
CHINCH IU»
CONTROL
CALL TONY
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3c
FIR SO. FT,
FIR ANNUM
366-1013 or 591-9767
HARRIS HARDWARE
130 MAIN ST.
MATAWAN
Open Sunday 9 A.M. to I P. M.
Auto-Lawn Office
HIGHWAY 7?
Profeitlonal Bldg
Morganville, N. J,
14. Iff!
THE MATAWAN JOURNAL. N. J.
Visit World'* Fair
Ftmerel Service* Held
For Mrs. Wiliam Kohbere.
Attend Convention
Firet Section — Page Three
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LECAL NOTICE
ING AND RESTRICTING THE 1X0, Lot n aforesaid and Uie norther- eluced and passed first reading at
<-3oa
Several members ef Matawan
I'EHCENTAGE OF LOT OCCU- ly line thereof to the easterly line a regular meeting of the Mayor and
SHERIFFS SALE
PIED, THE SIZE OF YARDS. of Block 120, Lot I on said map: Council of the Borough ol Matawan
Township Hose and Chemical ComSUPERIOR
COURT
COURTS AND OTHER
OPEN thence {4) northerly along the east- held on August 24, 19S5 and will come
A requiem high mass was offer- pany No. 1 represented their com
OF NEW JERSEY
SPACES, THE DENSITY OF POP- erly line of Block 120, Lots 2 and up for final consideration and passCHANCERY DIVISION
ed Monday in St. Lawrence Church, pany at the annual New Jersey
ULATION;
REGULATING AND 3 o.i said map to the northeasterly age at a regular meeting of cald
MONMOUTH COUNTY
HESTHtCTtNG THE LOCATION. corner of said Block 120, ' Lot 3; governing body to be held on SeptemWeehawken, for Mrs. Patricia H. Firemen's Convention in Atlantic
USE AND EXTENT OF USE OFthence (5) westerly along the north- ber :8. 1965 at 8 n m. at the Council
Docket Nu. F-1592 M
Knhberg, 17, of 414 Atlantic Ave., City over the weekend. Both equipBUILDINGS. LOTS AND STRUC- erly line of said Block W, Lot 3 Chambers In the Borough Hall. 150
The Dime S'vings Bank o; BrookMatawan Township, who died Wed- ment and men participated In the
TURES FOH THADE. INDUSTRY, lo Its Intersection with the easterly Main Street, Matawan. at which lyn, » corporation of the State of
RESIDENCE AND OTHER PUR- line of Block 120, Lot 4 on said time and place all persons desiring New York. Plalntif v s : George P.
nesday, Sept. 8, IMS at her home. aanual parade held oa Sunday.
POSES- ESTABLISHING A BOARD map; thence (6) northerly along to be heard thereon will be given Robinson, Single, et alt., Defendant*
Burial, under the direction of Bur
OF ADJUSTMENT AND PROVID- Ihe easterly line of said Block 120, full opportunity.
By virtue of a writ of execution in
ING
PENALTIES
FOR THE Lot 4 to the northeasterly corner
ger Funeral Home, North Bergen,
the above stated action to me directMargaret P. Viebrock
Rumm«9e Sele
VIOLATION
THEREOF", AND of said lot; thence '1 westerly
was ia Holy Cram Cemetery, North
ed, 1 shall expose for sale at pub*
AMENDMENTS THERETO.
along the northerly line of said lot jit H7.21) Borough Clerk
lie vendue. at th- Court House In
Arlington.
BE IT ORDAINED by the Mayor to the easterly line of the Matawan.
Ihe Borough of Freehold, O-unty of
The Rosary Altar Society of St. and
Council of the Borough ot Mat- Freehold Road (Fre/iea - Avenue);
Monmouth. New Jersey, on Monday
4-309
B o n in Chicago, III., Mrs. Koh- Lawrence's Church, Laurence Har awan, in me County af Monmouth, thence
i8) northerly along Uie eastthe n t h day et October. 19*5. at I
SHERIFF'S
SALE
berg was a member of the Ladies nor, will hold a rummage sale as fallows:
erly line of said Mauwan-Freehold
o'clock, P. M. Pre- . Illng Time.
SUPERIOR COURT
Road
to
tht
voutherly
line
ot
the
Auxiliary of the Matawan Township Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
OF
NEW
JERSEY
ALL that
-rtaln plot, piece or
SECTION 1. i'arajrapll (Bl and right of way of the New York and
CHANCERY DIVISION
Fire Department and a communi- from t a.m. to 4 p.m. in the church the Zunlug Map referred lo therein, Ijong Branch Railroad Co.; and thence
parcel of land with the building!
MONMOUTH COUNTY
and improvement* thereon erected,
of that part entitled "ZJNES", of (B) easterly along the southerly line
cant of St. Joseph's Church, Key- basement.
Docket No. F-2109-«4
or to be erceted, situate, lying an4
•AN ORDINANCE LIMITING AND ol said railroad right of way followport.
The Dime Savings Bank of Brook- being at Strathmore at Matiwan.
HESTRICTING TO SPECIFIED DIST- liu{ the several courses thereof to
LEGAL NOTICE
lyn, a corporation of the State of in the County of Monmouth and
RICTS AND REOULATING THERE- Uie point or place of Beginning.
Surviving are her husband, WilNew York. Plaintiff v s : Jules M. State of New Jeraey, being -known
IN BUILDINGS AND STRUCTURES
liam Kohberg; two daughters, NanACCORDING TO THEIR CONSTRUCSECTION 2. nil at paragraph entitl- Greenjcwetg and Natalie Greeruwelg, and designated as Lot No. 1» in
MONMOUTH COUNTY
Block 123 on a certain plan entitled
TION AND THE VOLUME AND EX-ed. "Front Yards" of thai part ol the his wife, et al. Defendants
cy and Sussn; four sons, John,
SURROGATE'S COURT
Map, Ivyhlll
Park,
James, Thomas and David (Pag- NOTICE TO ClfSDlTORS TO PRE- TENT OF THEIR USE; REGULAT- above entitled ordinance, as amendBy virtue of a writ ot execution "Subdivision
ING
AND RESTRICTING THE ed,
entitled
"Limited
Industrial in the above stated action to me Strathmore at Matawan — Section
tione) Kohberg, all at home; two
HEIGHT,
NUMBER
OK
STORIES
Zone", be and the same Is hereby directed, I shall expose for sale •10'. altuated In Township of MatSENT CLAIMS AGAINST ESTATE
sisters, Mrs. Doris Proschwitz, Pal- ESTATE OP MARTIN *t\*l. DE. AND SIZE OP BUILDINGS AND amended and supplemented hy the at public vendue, at the Court House awan, Monmouth Courty, New. Jersey, Owned by Levllt and Sons, InOTHER STRUCTURES- REOULAT. addition thereto ol th* following:
in the Borough of Freehold, County corporated,
isades Park, and Miss Margaret CEASED.
dated February )», 19*3,
ING AND RESTRICTING THE PER"Wherever a Business or Residen- of Monmouth, New Jersey, on Mon- •urvey and map by C. A. Munrov,
Morrison, Weehawken, and two
Pursuant to the order of DONALD CENTAGE OF LOT OCCUPIED, THE tial
day
Ihe
11th
day
of
October,
1985,
Zone abuts the street on the
IMS. at h S.," said plan duly record*
brothers, Donald Morrison and Jo- J. CUNNINGHAM, guriogtla ot the SIZE OK YAnDS. COURTS AND opposite
at
2
o'clock,
P.
M.
Prevailing
Time.
side of the lot, the minimum
ed with the Office of the County
OTHER OPEN SPACES, THE DENseph Msgenheimer, both of Wee- County ol MonmouMi, .Ma 4»y made, SITY OF POPULATION; REGULAT- setback from the street line shall be
ALL that certain plot, piece, or Clerk, Monmouth County on Feban the application ol the un4»iilgned ING AND RESTRICTING THE LO-ISO feet, and no parking, loading, parcel of land with the buildings ruary N , 1963, aa Caac Mo. M,
hawken.
Marl* Jamvlch. Sole "I* cutrix t' th» CATION, USE AND EXTENT OF or storage activities shall be permit- and improvements thereon erected, Sheet 22.
n t a t e of the laid Martin Mara, de- USE OF I1U1I.DINGS. LOTS AND led within this required front yard or to be erected, situate, ly' ig and
Being commonly known and if
being at Strathmore. at Matawan,
ttaied, notice it hereby liven t o the STRUCTURES FOIt THAOE, INDUSmli. VaNs*. sf M i n e d ft,. M H N « m* M M * Miss Pal
SECTION 3. That narajra . i en- in the County of Munmouth, snd Ignated as No. it Ingram Circle,
creditor! of mid deceased to present TRY, RESIDENCE AND OTHER
»»»fe « * < * • * •» «l£kMplUIU]F has*, la * . Ctute Dry
ESTABLISHING
A tilled. "Property Adjoining Business State of New Jersey, being more Matawan, New Jersey.
la the laid Sole Kncutrlx their PURPOSES;
The approximate amount of Mi*
M * • W M W I Fair. Pmunmk mmti hi fcatfcarsisd * n
clalmi under oath within IIK months BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT AND and Residential /.ones" of that part particularly described as follows:
PROVIDING PENALTIES FOR THE of the above entitled ordinance, as
BEING known and esjgnated ai judgment to be aatlslled by said
Irom this date.
VIOLATION THEREOF", and amend- amended, entitled "Limited Industrial lot no. 1 in block 103 on a certain aale la the sum of M20.UO.00 toDated: September UMi, IMS
gether
with the cott* of this sal*,
ments thereto, he and the sanio Is /.one", be and the aame Is hereby plan entitled "Subdivision Map, 'IvyMarie Janwicti
JOSEPH A, SHAFTO,
Chief Louis Auriemma of the Oak
hereby amended and supplemented amended and supplemented to read bill Park' Strathmore at Matawan—
Clubs at Douglas* College Sstur- Shade* Fire Company, Matawan
R. D. No. 1, Box Ut
Sheriff
so i s to enlarne tlie L! (Limited as follows:
Section '6'. situated In Township of
Enfllshtomi, N«w Jertty
day are asked to contact Mrs.
Dated Aug. 14. 1969
Industrial) Zone to Include the fol- Wherever any part of a Limited Matawan, Monmouth County. NewTowmMp, reported that the comSole Executr'*
Wtlentz, Ooldman * Splits*,
lowing described tract of land;
Jersey,
owned
by
Levitt
and
Sons,
Deerin. The conference will start
Industrial Zone coincides with the Incorporated, dated May 7, 1962,
pany answered a total of eight fire Fred M. Burlew, Esq.
Attya.
al 10:» a.m.
boundary of a Business or Resialarms for the month of August. Ill Main Street
BEGINNING at the Intersection of dential Z' nc and Is 'lot separated survey and map by C. A. Mon-IT tt*M
the westerly line of Stale HlKhway from It by a street or railroad, roe, P.E. k L.S." said plan duly
Two were false alarms; five were MaUwan, New Jersey
PUBLIC NOTICE
Attorney
No. 34 with t h . southerly line of no building, driveway, parking area, recorded with the Office of the
Funeral Service* For
small brush fires and there was IT 12I.S0
Taka notice that the Board ol
the rlaTnl of way of the New York or other improvement shall oc erect- County Clerk, Monmouth Countv, on
P U M for tilt coming y«ar were
one fire drill.
and Long Branch Railrnnd Co. anded ar Installed within 100 feet of June IS, 11162. as Case No. ]0. Sheet Adjustment of the Borough of Matawan rendered the following decision
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND AND running from thence (U southerly the Business or Residential Zone 28.
Wtlincd at the flrat meeting of the MorganviHe Reiiden*
Chief Auriemma expresses surSUPPLEMENT AN OHQINANCE along the westerly line of said State boundary. This minimum distance
Being commonly known and des-on August 17, IMS:
d u b y e w of the Boird ol Director.
Mlra Land Development Co. rear
ENTITLED,
"AN ORDINANCE Highway No. 34 to the easterly short- shall constitute a buffer area which ignated aa No. 3 Imbrook Lane, Matprise
at
the
relatively
small
numFuneral
aervicas
were held
el ih* Woman's Ckib of Uurence
yard variance granted for construcLIMITING AND HESTRICTING TO line of Gravelly Brook; thence (2) if wooded shall remain wooded, and
wan, New Jersey.
Thursday at 16 a.m. at the Hannon ber of fires called in for the month
SPECIFIED
DISTRICTS AND •outlierly along the easterly shoreline if oputi shall be landscaped and shall
lUrtor.
The approximate amount of the tion within 7' of IU boundary.
since
dry
and
fire
susceptible
conREGULATING THEREIN BUILD- of «aid Gravelly Brook following the be effectively planted to a minimum Judgment to be satisfied by said
The determination has been filed
Mm. Joseph Deerto, I Seaglade Funeral Home, Raritan, (or Nicho- dition! prevailed throughout the
INGS AND STRUCTURES ACCORD- several courses thereof lo the Inter- width of 20 feet to form an effective sale is the sum or $21,000.00 togeth- in the Office of the Board of AdjustING TO THEIR CONSTRUCTION section of the eDKlorly shoreline of visual barrier.
ment, Borough of Matawan, *nd lg
Orcle, CHIIwood Beach, preiident. ls* Troisi, » , of Morganville, who township. He termed the excellent
er with the cosU of tills sale.
said
Brook
with
the
easterly
extenAND
THE
VOLUME
ANJ
EXTENT
avallable for Inspection.
JOSEPH A. SHAFTO.
•atertained the board members at died on Monday, Sept. 8. 1963, at August record a tribute to the peo- OP THEIH USE: REGULATINO sion of (he northerly line of Bin.-'.SECTION 4. This ordinance shall
MltlA LAND
Sheriff.
his home. Interment followed In
fcerhome.
AND RESTRICTING THE HEIGHT, 120, Lot 47 on tlie Assessment M«|> take effect Immediately upon its
DEVELOPMENT CO.
ple of Malawan Township who
Dated Aug. 24, 1M5
New Cemetery, Somervllle.
NUMBER
OP STORIES AND of the Borough of Mniawan; thence passage and publication according to
Ralph S Heuser
Wllcntz, Goldman & Spitzer,
have been extremely careful and
The American Home Department
SIZE
Or
BUILDINGS A N D (3) westerly alone; the easterly ex- law.
Vice President
Atlys.
Mr. Troiti had lived in Morgan- fire hazard conscious.
NOTICE
OTHER STRUCTURES: RKOULAT- tension of the northerly line of Block
will meet Wedneaday evening at
5.78
The foregoing ordinance was Intro- II »45.
16 »3.4O
die home of the chairman, Mrs. ville for three years and wa> a forAlexander Garibaldi, «I7 Green- mer resident of Raritan. He had
wood Ave., Laurence Harbor. This been employed by Herman Basch
department will make a n d aell Inc., North Bergen, a> a fur dress
er.
• Chrfotmas Itema.
He is survived by hit wife, Mrs
*
Trip To tout*
Josephine Troisi; three sons, NichThe meeting of the Civica Deolas Troisi jr., Somervllle; Angelo
rimes* will ooniin of • trip to Troisi, serving with the U.S. Army
tato State Park la South Jersey ia Phoenixviiie, Pa., and Gerald
oat Monday. Sept. 27. M n . Robert Troisi, Raritan; a stepson, William
Lancaster,' chairman, stated that Meaz, Morganville; two daughter.,
ttw group will meet at the Free Mn.
Eleanor Yaniwtta.
Bound
Public Library of Madifon Town- Brook, and Mrs. Joann Genoveie
•Up in Laurence Harbor. The c a n BomervlHe; two listen, Mrs. Carle
will leave at 1:30 a.m.
Niro and Mrs. Francis Malloy, botl
Few Augntt Firva
In Matawan Townahip
^
Women
Outline Plan
STRATHMORE PHARMACY
C
"Your Personal Family Pharmacy"
Strathmore at Matawan Shopping Plaza
The Drama and Musk Depart•lent will meet Wednesday at 12: JO
p.m. at the home of the chairman,
Mr*. Gilbert 0 . Tier, e » Orchard
Ave., Laurence Harbor.
,
Mr*. Ax«l Bjorken, chairman of
the Welfare Department, reported
that her department bad mad*
•even dozea cancer dressing* for a
local cancer patient. Clothes and
magazines have been delivered to
Marlboro State Hospital (or the
patients there. A card party to
raise fuads will be held at the horn*
af Mr*, ajorkea. Ml Cleveland
Ave., Laureate Harbor, Wednesday
evening, Sept. t*. at I p.m.
of Rsrltan, and IS grandchildren.
Routt 3 4
MATAWAN
Laurence Harbor Girl
At Brigham Young V,
Miss Carol Jane Roberts, daug
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Roberts
tti Bayview Dr., Laurence Harbor
left Friday for Provo, Utah, where
she will attend Brigham Young
(/Diversity.
Miss Roberto will receive an Aiwoleta ia Art* Degree in Busmen
Administration when ah* eompletea
tfc* two-year course.
Member* who plan to attend the
A MM graduate of Hoffman High
Pan Ceaftreace of *» New Jar• e y Mate FaderaUoo ef Women'*
EXCEDRIN
100't
Reg. 1.49 . j 03
NOW
^
1.
HAVE YOUR NEXT
Township, Fifteen of her fellow
employees honored her at a farewell party Sept. I is Clare anc
Coby's Rsstaunac, Rout* t, Maot
sen Township. Mie « u presentee
wMi monetary aWs.
Fire Auxiliary Plan*
Sept. 26 Smorgasbord
•r
There I* an ola bromide to
the effect that "an apple a day
keep* the doctor away." This
old saying was put to a teat by
Michigan State Univenity and
it was found that I3W appleeating atudents actually made
fewer sick calls than other studentt. Respiratory and tensioninduced ailments were significantly fewer.
Very likely the vitamin content
of the apple* accounted for a
lesser number of normal illnesses, and some as yet unknown,
tranqullfting substance lessened
everyday tension.
When your medical needs require something more definite
than what an apple can provide,
call on us. Prescriptions sre •
specially a t S A N D F O R D ' S
PHARMACY , . . 128 Main
Street , . . phone 566-2)76 , , .
55 years In business . , . greeting cards . . . tree delivery . . .
five drug Income tax service.
THIS WEEK'S HOUSEHOLD
IHNT:
A small towel wrung
out In cold water, folded and
tmen in the refrigerator, will
servo as an Ice bag in a pinch.
,Th* Laete Auxiliary of th* Mor
ganville Votuntmr Fire Co. 1 hel.
lit regular meeting oa Sept. 8
Mrs. Leo L a m n e n , vice president,
conducted the meeting, and pains
(or a "Smorgasbord Supper" to be
held on Sunday, Sep. M, from 4
p.m. to 7 p.m., were made. Cochairmen are Mrs. Ummera and
Mn. Fred Eckel. Mrs. Lulu Beai
ia to be in charge ot tickets.
Those attending were: M n . Eli*
abeth Bowne, M n . Leroy Doran
Mrs. Edward Downey. Mrs. Clif
lord Eckel, M n . Florence Farrall,
Mn. Louis Mendeni, Mrs. Leo
Lammeri, Mrs. Beal, Mrs. Franc
Pttlichik and Mrs. Fred Eckel.
Alter the meeting, refreshment
were aerved by Mrs. Doran.
Bayview Servicea
The Rev. David L. Bucd, pasto
ot
the Bayvlew
Presbyterlai
Church, Cllffwood Beach, hai a
nounced that the Sacrament i
Baptism will be administered Su
day at the II a.m. worship sorvici
A nursery h hold for young children. Older children arc to accom
pany their parents to church
Church school meet* at 9:30 a.m
and Youth Fellowship at 7 p.m,
PRESCRIPTION
FILLED HERE...
INVITED I
Rt*. 19c
NOW
100 SHEETS
NOW
HUNDREDS OF
BACK-TO-SCHOOL ITEMS!
RAPID SHAVI
BOMBS
61c
1 O O t
CWIROl
HI, NEIGHBOR I
Creme Formula
Th* neighborhood pharmacy h*ii
Reg. 1.35
always b«en • focil point In th* community
_
-
NOW 9 © C
(t'l • grand old Am t tic an in
GET SET
HAIR SPRAY
H*r*, fri«n<4i meet informally,
SARDO
Thty tall about tht woathor,
$3.00 S!ie NOW
how things art going In tho tportt wortd,
diicui* politic*, grumbl* a bit about tarn.
2.00 SIZE
WITH THIS
COUPON
ONLY
V 0 HAIR SPRAY
When wt fill a protcflplion for you.
it It not [ml A buimen trflinaction,
U'l An opportunity to be of helpful i»rv1ce
ROg. 2.35 NOW 1 .
4 f
to A neighbor and hh family.
HNEST FOODS FOR OVER 50 YEARSI
CHECK OUR LOW, LOW
DELL'S
MARKET
HIDDEN MAGIC
Reg.2.1S
1.
NOW
GLEEM
% 75,
*
TubM
1/
l'HUSCKIPTIOiN
PRICES
CLIP THIS COUPON
A t W##C M TOUT
OZON
HAIR SPRAY
DALY HOMI
DELIVERY
Phone 566-1787
Jumbo Slxe — Rog.
1.79
w*jjl
>
*r *
WITH THIS
COUPON
TOP QUALITY
MIATS • GROCERIES
FROZEN POODS
"Try Ui end l e CenvlnceeJ"
10* MAIN ST.
MATAWAN
In Main St. Perking Let
47c
FILLER PAPER
Reg. 1.00
Reg. 2.98
NOW
You'll B, Glad You Did I
COLGATI
TOOTH PAST!
NOW
THERMOS
LUNCH KIT
CHARGE
ACCOUNTS
COLOR FORMS
Reg. 1.00
99'
FREE PICK.UP AND
HOURSi, WMk Deyi 9 A.M. to 10 P.M. -
Sunday* 9 A.M. to I P.M.
DELIVERY SERVICE
FRfl BOTTLI OF
BLEACHING PIROXIDI
With Pureh.ie of Any H.tr Dye
•f Our DISCOUNT PRICES
WITH THIS COUPON ONLY I
566-3800
THE MATAWAN JOURNAL. N. X
TtouUy, Styfomfaar 14. I9M
Harbor along it. It was admitted to
being a main feeder road lo the
The first nsotners metmg o Garden State Parkway entrance
now.
Brown*
Tssap
IM.
sponsored
by
Tttkt
lira. Elsk Mannas, Matawaa, an the Pansst • Teacher Asaocwtiao
Parents had no petieacc with a
We, ska Fikatry Election victors asanoea tke opening of a new dec. of the Cliffwood School, will be held report from the board that privatelar the Oeoocratic Gniadsmaa arttor step at Ml Maple PI., Key Monday cveaisg. Sept. 27. al 8: JO
CaadHaatt ia Marskora Towaakip part. Tke shop will feature slip cov- p.m. ia the home ol Mrs. St. Clair transportation could be arranged
at $3 per month per child. Some
kaw wMadrawa our
ere, draperies, reupholsterjng and Parris, Gulden S t , Cliffwood of Ihe parents found even t3 per
ska Geacral Election Mov.l, in sup- plastic slip covers.
SOCIAL RESEARCH INC. ha* mad* an in-depth study
Beach.
month
w«g too taxing to their inpart of tke "fvrpoaa aad principle"
of consumer attitude towards beds and bedrooms for Scaly
come
when
they
had
four
or
five
Mrs.
Mannes,
who
studied
<traraaaHajsa. Charles T. McCae,
children involved. But the greater Inc., mattress manufacturing (inn. The study indicate* thst
Oaarga E. Creevy and Alfred I autic ana at the Studio Showcase
majority would have none ol it, by mattress has come to mean more than just something to lie
ia New Brunswick, will appear i;
their expressions, as they did not down on . . . in fact it could be termed another status
"K" Associates production o
(coiimued from page one)
on the program offered by "South Pacific" which will open al
consider they should have to pay
the "Purpose sad Principle" caa- the Magnolia Inn. Matawan, Sept. ficatee to M teen-agers for volun for non-state-aided transportation s y m b o l . . . II look seven researchers working simultaneously
e*datet, we fact that the best ia- 24. Mrs. Mannes' son Jeff, will teer work ia the summer recrea- now when others were getting it in seven cities five months to find out from 200 families thai
ef our township will be play drums in the same musical tion program. They are William free, especially the new arrivals in mattresses are getting larger and that some women boasjt
served by the election of the "Pur- production. The Matawan residenl Allen, John Shepard, Rodney Har- garden apartments.
of having a king-size bed the wcy old inns insist that "Georaje
pose auasf Principle" tk*H. Their also has appeared o(l-Broadway ;i ris, John Geran, Charles Geran
Charles Thompson, a me-rnber, Washington slept here." . . . The 76-inch-wide bed, the king U
Randolph Daviews art reprcMMative of the vast productions of "Wish You Wen Franklin Schaufele,
1
chided the majority with destroymakirity of tke ektctorate.
Here," "Calamity Jane," "Pal vis, Edmund Jones, John Hunter, ing the receptiveness of parents in size, was said to take care of such problems as jerking, fidgeV
To continue with the present mi Joey," "Gypsy," and "Flowei and Ronald Gissubel.
the Cliffwood Beach - Laurence ing, twisting, tossing and sprawling, and to eliminate such
aority leadership that has rdegat Drum Song."
The ressgnalion of Fred Formon Harbor area to private bus runs complaints as: "My husband ani I share a doubter bed. He
ad the voice of the people to a Paintings, photographs and art from the Shade Tree Commission paid for on a fee basis, which he has three-quarters and I have one-quarter."
asere whisper in municipal affairs work of another Matawan resident, for business reasons was accepted. had arrangedforthose at less than WHERE'S THE RED ONE? . . . A conveyor belt system that
would be disastrous indeed.
Tnwfcy, laytowfcw H, I M
two miles from the schools they will bring baggage to travelers and end wild scrambles for
Franklin M. Gay, will be displayed
Though the two major parties at the new decorator shop. Mr.
attended in times past. Mr.
doctrines of political philosophy Cay won second prize in the proThompson j o i n e d with William luggage will be installed by next spring at the International
New Remding Trend
nay differ. Republicans and Demo. fessional oil category of the FreeKcrr and Richard Pine, two form- Arrival Building at Kennedy International Airport . . . The
(continued from page one)
B w o u n g i n g M W I to reported from library expert* crate alike share whoteheaitily tht hold Art Society Show this yea school to run the buses inside sub- er board presidents, in an aUempt Port of New York Authority took action to eliminate what
ol our heritage to be aad had a one-man show of hi
lo get free bus transportation for has been described as an "airport madhouse," by announcing
Tfcw f a d i n g trmd in tit* United States i t undergoing a great responsibility
implements of representation rath- kinetic photographs at the J. Wai divisions. There would have to be the parents where the privately the award of a $774,000 contract for the automatic system . . .
new routes established, more busi w i v a l Many libraries are unable to supply the public with er than representative rulers.
ter Thompson Advertising Agency, es bought and drivers trained, to financed buses hud formerly run
Four separate conveyor belts will be installed in the recently
Mt M W and increasing demand for books.
The "Purpose and Principle' New York. He has won a number satisfy the demands of all thewhile they were '.vaitinj; for the
On* of the reasons for this great increase in the use of candidates are in complete accord of painting and prize photograph dwellers in subdivisions, brinj*inji police report to establish Mata- expanded West Customs Hall. Each belt is in the form of a
wan Rd. as a "hazardous" one. triangle. The base will be outside the building, where handBbrariM Is the increased use of these facilities by children. with their pledge to assure that the awards.
in complications that would requir. This was rejected 5-3. William
voice of the people will be heard
the hiring of a profession.^ trans Rice, board president, Thursday lers will place the baggage on the belt. The two legs oi the
Many utiliae the library today for research projects.
and to be reasonable in their repre- Federation Plans To Hold
porUiion coordinator at great ex- spoke for Ihe majority in sayin;; bell, each with 100 feet of space will bo inside the build- .»c
.Thus it would teem that television has not barred the sentation of your township.
pense, it was pointed out.
that if such interim transportation ing . . . They will be 14 inches from the floor and move af:
World of good reading from today's youngsters, after all.
Adhere To Policy
We ask all Democrats, Republi- Ground-Breaking Saturday
is granted, "we are immediately the rate of (10 !eet a minute. A full circuit of the automated
For on*' thing, good reading is not interrupted constantly cans and Independents to work
obligated to anyone claiming J device will take 2% minutes. To insure that the bags move
Ground will be broken for thi The board also adhered Sept.
With commercials. For another, one can choose his subjec hard and to do their utmost to elect
to another tony established policy hazard." But Mr. Kerr retorted
the "Purpose and Principle" candi- new headquarters building of th< by declining to k-t the Young Re- that once non-state nided transpor- freely there will be a small "turnaround," or rounded surface,
and get the best in the world on it, in a good library.
where the legs join . . . A large bin will be provided adjacent
dates — Charles T. McCue, George New Jersey State Federation o
This trend is encouraging to publishers, who see in the E. Creevy and Alfred L. Storer to Women's Clubs on Saturday who publican Club use the Villagi tation is established in one sector, to each conveyor to hold items that will not fit on the 30-inchSchool for a political rally. Out; residents everywhere else are enbook field a market for the future, whereas in the magazine the township council so we may the federation holds its annual con one
member, William F. Daly, (-•[ titled to it.
wide belt or ere not claimed promptly. Passengers still will
world the future is rather dim, at least for some.
enjoy new responsible leadership fcrence at Douglass College, New it was within the limits of the pol
have to take their bags to the Customs lines.
Brunswick. The conference, dc
lor
the
next
four
years
under
repcy in that, in his estimation, a po
A habit of reading i t least one good book every week
resentatives who will replace con- signed as a training session foi litical rally came within tin' scope
ANYONE FOR BERMUDA? . . . Water pollution, a bugor two, is • good one, for reading makes a better informed fusion with reasonable and under- leaders of the federation, will attract members from s o m e 340 of a public purpose in aiding vot
bear to many other parts of the country, is impairing even
and more interesting person out of anyone.
standing government.
era.
(continue.! in,:n pa£C one)
women's
clubs.
the fabled beauties of Niagara Falls . . . Municipal sewage
(Signed)
But Albert E. Spencer jr. fearci Brunswick, attorney for Ihe st-'Wer and industrial waste are causing unsightly messes and noxious
Chester Jameson
Twenty-two workshops on a var
autltority, which contracted with
thai
to
grant
such
privilege
to
on
Proclamation
One'Room Addition
Charles Farrell
ety of federation activities will beRemln May 17, 1964, for a sewer odors at the traditional mccea of honeyrnooncrs on the interFrederick R. Demarest
held in the morning. Following an political group, even if a recognized line installation.
To Towiuhip Mail
national border . . . A Federal inspection disclosed streams
of the
stternoon session, t h e ground- major party, would open the boar,
Take OUm View
of waste pouring over the United States section of the falls
breaking ceremony will be held al to the need to grant equal rights
Marlboro Townipip C o u n c 1
Vailed Mates has designated SepDuth Mr. Romer and Mr. Strong
the club house site, Clifton Ave to splinter groups, if they are town- took the position that the sewerage and gushing from a large sewer main below the falls near
tsatber 17th each year as "CWien- Thursday authoritsd Leon S. Avaship taxpayers. He foresaw a posNew Brunswick.
authority
had been created by an Rainbow bridge . , . Arthur B. Williams, general manager of^aij
Uaa,
Asbviy
Park,
the
township
siip Day," in commemoraUon of
sibility 3 group operating as the
Among the conference workshop "Young Nazis" claiming an equal ordinance of the municipal govern- the Niagara Frontier Stale Park, the public agency on the
fat fonnatioa and signing oa Sept
Mtr, to prepare plena for
topics are garden and conservation right as taxpayers and putting Ih ment, and that the sewerage au- United States side, confirmed that the pollution had been
H, I7t7 of the Constitution of the one-room addition to the township
art, civics, American home, music, board thereby in a very ditficul1 thority could b« terminated in itsa glowing problem for several years . . . The effluent from
UWted SUlea and In recognition of offices on Route 7», Marlboro VilThe Trenton Roman Catholic International relations, education, position. Other members were in- existence ut any lime by unother
the sewer main gives off a rotten-egg smell that drifts upDiocese has announced plant for literature, public welfare an clined to agree with him, observing ordinance of the township council.
s i who by coming of age or by tast. The east was estimated
stream to the United States "Maid of the Mist" pjer. Waste
the construction of a 25-dass room drama.
that in these times of much popula So the authority was factually an
•Miraliiation have attained the $3000.
The afternoon session, presided agitation on various causes urn entity of the municipal govern- pulp or other solids apparently are carried upstream several
•talus of cHiienihip, and
The township council adopted a Catholic high school in Hazlet. The
M. Rev. Thomas Frain, superin- over by Mrs. S. Herbert Taylor, "fronts," it was hard to define just ment, not a separate and apart mu- hundred yards also, because at the foot of Horseshoe Falls
Whereas under our Constitution, "soil removal" amendment wMch
Cherry Hill, president, will begi where a political party begins, a nicipal body, as Mr. Strong saw it. on the Canadian side, Mr. Williams said, "the odor is someBJT17* years our nation has enjoyed allows homeowners to excavate on tendent of Diocese schools said with a performance by Georgeann organized groups seeking to presBut Mr. Schwartz saw a sewer
trtater spiritual and material val- their propertee'by kist getting the new high school, St. John Bowdon Tirlco, Glen Ridge. Mrs. sure within parties can claim to be authority or utilities authority de- times more than you can stand." . . . I don't understand why
you wanted to leave the motel in the first place . . .
sss man any otbtr nation ever a permit from the building Inspec- Vianney, will be built on a
lawful
organizations
to
provoke
acCarl G. Osgood, Cranbury, Is chair.
riving powers by statute not given
ascw, and
acre site on Line Rd., adjacent
tion for special groups or on spc a municipality and setting them
tor II ttw excavation is leas than to St. Benedict's Church and School man of the conference.
Wh*re*i our form « l government
cial issues.
apart, especially as to freedom of IKS through June 1966 until the to- ommendatiuna that partition! fee
Hd our Way of Life are wrier CM- Ml en. yards. The ruHng that a re- ia Holmdel Township.
Oa the vote, Mr. Daly was the bonding limits on trie municipality tal of $«50 is paid. The remainder erected between classrooms and
Red Oak Nurtary School
fsast attack by the world wide moral of soil muit K m be approvksae opposition to denying trie and derivation of revenues. Mr.of the costs to be paid by the un that additional toilet facilities be
The school will be financed from
ed by appUMton to ths aovetaiag a |li\5#t,0ta fund-raising campaign Hold* Orientation
Strong warmxl that If such a con- derstgned.
Young Republicans request.
provided.
'
at destroy oar tons) of aovera- bady Maisiastoropening over Sot which also will pay for a new
stnial were to lie upheld, it would
"The undersigned shall Iw saved
"At regular Board of Education
be a matter of tremendous jeopar- harmless from liability for person meeting held on Apr. 7, 1965, ap.
atminary, four high schools, exAn orientation meeting for new
cu* yftfos*
dy for almost every municipality al or property damage resulting proval *MS granted to enter into
. 1. Edward B.
C. Floyd Wyckoff, township pansion of five high schools, and members of the Red Oak Co-operain Ihe state under 45,000, having an from the construction of the fore- lease with Mr. Barbagclaia for law
.
. Mayor of Matawu Boraid to six others.
tive Nursery School was held
authority ol any kind, sewerage, mentioned facilities."
(continued
from
page
one)
asfh. do noreby urge all csttaens of dark, reported *M psM from the
rental of three classrooms at the
Construction date of St. John Thursday evening at The Old First
dD|
neons
fund
ID
David
Wintrier,
Mstawan Borough to appropriately
Tony's Matawan Radio Cab Co. utilities or parking.
(Signatory with Mr. Bauman rental of H330 for school yew
Vianney High School is undeter- Church in Middletown.
stssrvs Sept. 17 a s "Citizenship Route 79, who recently lost 23 mined. Msgr. Frain said the date
Matawan, bid on route two in the Mr. Romer argued the act of leg- were Philip S. Inglis, John T. Lam- 19K-W.
Both mothers and fathers attend- amount of J17.17.
pay"; to display the flag of the chickens to a pack of wild dogs. will be set after the fund-raising
The following document was dieislature requiring Hie "prevailing berson and Edward C. Erdmann.)
ISjila)! siaiM aa —AH. w.iiji.n. Edward, Legier, chairman of the drive ends in January, when arch- ed the session which dealt with Hie
Hired were five new teachers to wage" was unconstitutional in lhat
Submitted To UarriMn
closed to the Board of Education
philosophy of the co-operative nur'ptafutfog' board* reported hearings
-of 'Bjasaseaa •" aad*' -their oa the Master H e * wOt commence itects wlU be hired to design the sery school and with the particular replace teachers who resigned. in insisting on Die prevailing wage
It was this proposal which was on Monday, Sept. 13, (cited above).
. to again lamiNariie them- in November. Mr. Legier Mid hestructure.
"It should be stated that the
situation of participation ih a co- They are Jo-Ann Krestan, 529 Elm for cities over 45,000, it was a dis- b k d by the board lo Mr.
.
with ths Freedom; RighU hoped that Herbert H. Smith Assooperative school. Mrs. Hovi Slan- St., WestfieW, to teach high schoo criminatory act against the taxpay- Garrison Tuesday to determine if board did not know of ihe exitCapacity Of 104*
nW PrivMages «ranted by our Con- ciates, West Trenton, would have
English
at
a
salary
of
$6025;
Denise
ers of such municipalities, forcing there was an element of conflict ttnee of this document until its disder, director, who addressed the
Hkittoa aad to resolve to pa coa- copies of the map available for the The high school is expected to group, introduced the staff and dis- Anne Metier, 208 Shoreland Circle, them to pay more fur an equivalent of interest. The vkw ol Mr. Garri- closure. On Tuesday, Sept. 14, the
geatly alert to the efforta of those public by the first week in Octo- have a student capacity of about cussed the importance of enriching Laurence Harbor, a trainable class amount ol work than taxpayers in son was reportedly that it was board met with Mr. Garrison and
!00O, and will be staffed by the
sjs> ssefc to destroy our form of ber.
at Matawan grade school. (5200
nothing more than "a proposal" in Mr. DcMaio, board attorney, and
Marianites of Holy Cross. Nuns of the world of the pre-school child, Jeanne Wiederspeil, 19 Wister PI. a smaller-sized municipality.
(JWUHiwnti1 to fCttiw weir (tetcr*
Trie issue of jurisdiction came up that Mr, Uarba^elata was not sig it is their opinion that the aforesaid
the
same order also teach at St Several places remain open for Matawan, fourth grade, Strathmore
ssiaatlon to exercise then- rights
natory to it and it was not attested document does not involve the
when
Mr.
Schwartz
sought
agreeBenedict's Elementary School, Haz- three-year-olds this term in thi SCIMOI, $5200; Mary Moran, 105
• free people; to assume their
to, so it was nut a contract. And hoard in any manner whatsoever."
let.
newly refurbished and expanded Dayton Ave., Toms River, music ment that an issue involving under that as the work was done on prisWenahia) respomibiNtice. and to Party Worker* To
Not llnnhneaa
SIOOO could be heard by tlic magA 15-classroom wing also has classrooms, it was announced Mrs. tha-e elementary grades, 15200; istrate. There was notation by Mr. vate premises, it constituted a pri- The above .statement by the
fetch their emldren the Messing!
Jury On Atmulta
been planned to expand the facili- Steven David, Mataw-an, member, Mary B. Fox, 36 Half Mile Rd. Romer that the state had brought vate arrangement.
Vented by oar Consttttitfcm.
board was said not to be unani-^
ties of Red Bank Catholic High ship chairman, advised that par- Red Bank, elementary grade, 15475 in II complaints. Mr. Schwartz exMr. Uaurniin declaroci the only moos, that Emil Katj, Mrs. Nancy
(Signed)
A holdover from the bitterly School.
ents of pre-nursery age children Alma Koelsch, 38 Beactwood Ter.
H'asm he and his associates be Vnndpnvei! and r awrfn"? C.
plained
that
the
violations
had
to
Edward E. Hyrne
(ought Democratic primary this
who wish to become acquainted
There are 14,505 Catholic schoo with Red Oak may now become Matawan, was hired as library apply in Ihe differing categories at came involved was lo make effec- Younsman, were of tliL- opin'.on tht'
'
Mayor
spring cropped up yesterday in
Borough of Mttawan
the court of Madison Township students in Monmoutr. County, associate members. This entitles clerk for the present school year which work liad been carried on. tive by their volunteer work and maUer should be aired publicly at
Mr. Strong protested that a reck- possibly by their own monetary iin open mc-tini;.
Magistrate Samuel Sladkus. He about half of them in the Bay-them to receive the school Newsoning of the Intal could bring the contributiun, as specified in the Aft'-T the con. :;.\zz. Mr. Bag.
held two defendants who had been shore area. Target date for the
letter, and to attend meetings, spc
sfcet Gftfyt BUnchard
new
high
school
opening
in
Hazadditional pay to accrue ui der the "document" with Mr. Barbagclata, man issued another statement lo
at a party rally May 17, live days
cial parent education sessions, and
"prevailing wage" to $50,000 or that the board would have the as- tht press, af.'irming that, despite
before the primary vote, for thelet is 1968 or 196$. Construction is other events. For enrollment infor
Ckewrmw Of Girr. Guild
(continued from page one)
surance the rooms for which it had the vordi lg of the proposal, nr,
even J/O.OM.
Middlesex County Grand Jury on expected to start sometime dur- mation, call Mrs. David at 5*6-7505
ing
1967.
Denied
By
Attorney
Mr. Strong saw the authority, as entered into a lease would be rea- pay for services rendered, nor
Gladys Bksnchard, Cliffwood, counter complaints involving : '••
Mclvin
S.
Taub,
attorney
(or
the
sault.
the one liirinj; the work dune, to dy for use wht-n sclwol opened.
Rain on the sale of any materials,
The building will include an auMS electsd chairman of ths ChristJosand Land Co., developers of the be the one eventually to be burdenWhen the meeting with Mr. Gar-accrued to himself or his assotM Olrto Guild at their first meetTke defendants, Mrs, Alice ditorium, gymnasium, cafeteria, Charles A. Ringwald
apnrtmenis, denied any violation ed with this additional cost, which, rison and Mr. De.Maio was over, ciates. He related that with the
science
labs,
administration
suite,
sat of the W S S M held Seat 7 ia the Walsh, Laurence Harbor, reprrCelebrates Birthday
of the zoning code and Mr. White's in turn, woultl have to be passed the board issued the following completion of work on a toilet this:
WlowshJp hall of the First Btptiat seatad by John A. Lynch, New health suite, guidance suite in addallegations. He said the owners on to township taxpayers. For this statement on the matter:
wwkend, the renovations would »c
Brunswick, and Mrs. Helen Smith, ition to the classrooms.
tJairch. Keyport.
Charles Arthur Ringwald. son of have in their possession, "signed he was ready lo ask a ruling on th«•nird SUItmtnl
finished. He declared that the »
Others elected were Jewell Fry, Cliffwood Beach, represented by
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ringwald, final approval plans showing the jurisdiction ol the magistrate to
"Arrangements were instituted owner, calling the school Hilltop •Irvine
Tabman,
Old
Bridge,
disMatawao, vies dialrmaa; J a n e t
Nolan Rd., Morganville, celebrated buildings as built." However, the act in such a matter. Mr. Romer on Jan. 5, i:tfi"> to secure the use of Academy, Leo Walsky, had ogreec!*'"
lets
Sigma
Phi
his fourth birthday at a party and board referred the matter to Build added that it was a certainty hit Ihe P.I.I, building for classrooms to abide by the arrangements unMarvel, Keyport, secretary; Judy puted eack other strong!" as to
was the aggressor. Mrt. Walsh Committee* Named
barbecue Sept. 6.
Vlcki, Cliffwood, treasurer, a n d who
ing Inspector George Hausmann.
client woultl appeal any adverse for 1965 66 school year.
der which Ihe work was beini; carmade Indignant outcry In court
Carol Barton. Hebadel. White when Mrs. Smith accused her of
"After several meeting* with Mr. ried nn. Mr. Bauman declared
The first meeting of 1965-6C of Decorations were in blue and Meanwhile tlic board of fire com- decision in the magistrate's court,
Crass chairman. The counselor! throwing a beer can and hitting her
and a birthday cake, hats missioners notified the planning so if the assignment judge decided John Barbagclatii, owner of thethere had been no business dealBeta Sigma PM, Chapter Mu, Mat- while
are Mrs. Eugene Gregory and Mrs. ia tht eye,
and favors were featured. Game? tnard it should not lift an occu- the issue should fio higher original- premises at that lime, Inspection njjs with live new owners.
awan, was held on Thursday. Mrs. were played.
Richard Aaptegate, both of Key
pancy permit ban for the apart- ly, it would have cine step in a pro- was effected by Mr. Karl B. GarriMr. Uauman insisted the whotr
Mrs. Smith testified her hands James Clifton, Matawan, was reinCounty Superintendent <il matter had been lomented to disGuests were Debbie Ringwald, ments until improvements they cess of appeal. Magistrate Slmihut son,
wert cist, Mr. Lynch cross-exsmfn- stated in the chapter as she has
Ages of Hat members range from ed her and finally drew admissloi moved back to Matawan after re- Susan Bossert, Timmy lolar «nd want are completed,
concurred and adjourned the case. Schools, who included in hi* rcc- credit him politically.
n to 17 J M T I old. The guild plan* Ma cuts for which she had stitches tiding in Connectciut.
David Witkowski. Morganville; Ml.
The coniniissiorwrs h'st installa
I t hokt meetings once a month at put In t t Perth Amnoy Hospital
ie,
Dennis
and
Bobble
Adler,
Haz
ion of another fir« hydrant, a no
Committees for the 1989-68 year
• a cmircfc
let; David and Jerry Ringwald, parking ban on entrance roads,
came roi.. glass. Mrs. Walsh had were announced.
Clfffwond Beach, and Jimmy and locked electric pull boxes, slitet
accused Mrs. Smith of pushing her
Mrs. Daniel Kane nd Mrt. An- Donna Bishop, Keyport.
(continued from page o n e )
Into a window. Mrs. Smith charged
rock enclosures for boilers and n
i/hrgamMt CoupU
Also present were Mr. and Mrs. ban on the storage in apartment Rd. and Nolan's Corner Kd., now
Mrs. Walsh struck the first blow thony Garito received gifts from
aVBMIgsaaVgfsH A t aUSgfsssssssssV
their secret sisters.
Fred Bossert, Morginville; Mr. basements »f chlorine powder for a known us the Million Academy.
• arlaWHsWWW 4 ^ 1 W n f ^ a W
, aad she only, hit back In sell deITic member, Gerald A. Baiimm
Refreshment* were terwd by and Mrs. Louis Konrad and Mr. swimming pool.
r., is a township caiulldale for of
Mr, and Mrt. George L,' Demery,
Mrs. John Dilottl and Mrs. William and Mm. Louis B. Konrad jr., UnAn
application
wns
received
from
ict> this election.
ion Beach; Mr. and Mrs, Ronnie
krmerly of Morganville, were
CHlton.
Duncan
Thcckor
Associates,
AsThe issue involved a poitiblv
facets of honor at a family dJaner, Plighl, Defiance
Attending were: Mrs. James Clif- Ringwald, Cliffwood Beach, Mr. bury Park, for a use permit to aland
Mrs.
Sidney
Adter,
Haitet,
ami
conflict
of inltreat o n the part of
i t M Sept. S at the American Hotel,
ton, Mrs. William Clifton and Mrs.
low construction of a ready • mfx Mr. Itaumnn In contraMing, with
Miss
Joan
Bishop,
Keyport.
Freehold. The dinner waa glvtn ay Of Officer, $95
John Roberts, Matawnn; Mrs. tillconcrete
plant
to
bo
erected
on
a
others, to du work o n a Inilldins:
• M r children as a farewell party
A gift was sent by Mrs. Chsrle*
3.7 acre trnct on County Rd. jual wherein the l»>iir(i of education !
Magletrate U a y t Elgart, Mala otti and Mrs. William Truex, Holm- RlngwaM, Montcltlr.
aa Mr. and Mrs. Demery left Sept.
del; Mrs, Garito, Marlboro; Mrs.
MATAWAN CHEVRON
west
of
Route
X
in
a
light
induswan
Township,
fined
R.
F.
Uiislt,
hsd contracted with thu owner,
Tto make their permanent home In
TldlS . 1UBIS . BATTERIES
trial mm'. Tti« application was John UiirlMixelntn, l o r<mt *p*ce
PettssMrgk, Its tor attempting to Vincent Gentile, Morgsnvllle; Mrs.
Riviera Beach, Fla.
Ted
Miner,
Keyport;
Mrs.
Kane,
14 ( N t l l tn 3tta>thfVI9faV LaMkattl
1
Stars
On
Hand
For
laken
under
consideration.
flee a o a s t by Patrolman Thorn
as
"ouisiik
n
m
i
n
s
.
"
The
yearly
Following the dinner, the guests aa Wallace, towr.thlp police, from Mrs, Jamei Redmond, Mrs. WilMATAWAN, M. J.
rental wn» $4MC.
M M entertained at the home ol CHffwood lo Uurenct Harbor and liam Seaman, Mrs. Ben Strnnlcra, South Pacific" Opening
lipsft Mtcfc«ni« On IM>
Mr, Bauman explained ih.it re
Mr. and Mrs. Gerard Freeman, making remarks to belittle tht offi- Mrt. Robert Wlntm-ber*, Cllffwooil,
111. Me-ttM
pair* writ needed and iiMiillallon
termer Morganvltle
residents, cer when he wan slopped Aug. 23. and Mrs, Clro Tesoro, Union Beach.
Joe Franklin of lh« Memory
of
toiltts
that
l
h
a
ru>m»
lying
«4M ha«a mavad to Freehold Town- A total nf |7D of the fine was on a
I.imo Show, WOR-TV and Jim Am(continued from page one)
nilt'd would ciynhrm »«l!)i i c c o m
tksp. Tht Demtryt aad Freewmi disorderly count and 110 Imports
•che, star of hli own radio show
walk on Matuwnn Rd. t o t h e
tltinl
Takft leauty Court*
on WIIN, will be present at the » No. ft Memorial Sclwol nnil u'rHliiilimn of t i n Stata Di'parlgaM their homa oa Orchard Phwy.( were for driving nn the wrong
CM. I I
ribbon cutting ceremonies i t the ho Laurence I'mkwuv School, and ncnl of luluniilon. And Hint lli#
Morganvllle, to i t . Clement's Par- side of the rnmi »ml refilling to
MMitr
l.lniln Viuicc, 12 Amlovor U n t , pening ol "South Pacific" at tht Ivi those In UKI CllrTwootl Hrnrh "wncr, Mr, Iliii'biigvlali, hud reckMi, Matawan, for us« u a rectory. produce his driver's license.
MalftWDit, WHS among the new stu- Mignolia Inn, Sept. U, It will run i m who had t o C I O M Koulo Si tu oned Hint M'O \vu< thr mint hf
Ouetia were Mr. aad Mrt.Alien Atkins of Stata SI,, Rah dents to enroll In Wilfred Beiuty
i't t o t h e n e w (iorilnn (.'I»I|KT |r. could ft|M'iid wit limit mnkmu thr
flanrge Deawry Jr., Mr. and Mrn. way, wan fined t H for iihoplffting School, IM Hangs Av«., Aibury for five weeks,
Also to IHJ prvtvnl at Ihe euro- fi(.l«K)l, opnncif n llrit tlnifl fhl.i rrntiil n IIIHIMK |M<I|I»4||I,MI for him
William Demery, Mr, and Mm. $12.70 worth of merchiiridlte from Psrk, to study towurd n citrccr In
I'vi-iituiilly,
•ahert Darnery, Mr. and Mrs,the Aeme Marta on Ront« M. C. beauty culture. City Monixer Car- mimics which will bruin a| 7; JO .ear.
Thu boKNl nii'iiiliri d e c i d e d thai .
Freeman sml Mr, aad Mrs. Robert Harry fimllh, Acme security offl- mine LlpbiK, Anbury I'urk wsi on p.m. will Iw Mnyor lidward B,
Hut Iliu bii.iril, lit nvprtlni! 'Huns Im iind tlmvi ntluT in -'intx-r•< "I th"
Miilnwiui, I he producer mid :l«y nml ucaiii T w x l i i y , win cun
•olfyilk,
hand1 it ttw »cl>wl 'lin'iilny, iliv Hyrne,
:er, was complainant.
Clll/i'iii C'niniiulli'!', ui v»h|..h Mf,
'xtfL'iillvo
dlruclur
ol
lit*
theitlro,
lint clity of beiuty training, Key K(«m, the muilo director, Irv frontcd with roni|>lnliil* liy piircnts liiiilMC'Inln |n KWI a niMMiliet,
Clean fined Klltaheth flttrrett, ulrli
FAVUKI
Th« Atbtiry l'»rk school, n» well Kline
nun thi' l.imiriut' HmlHir nml UlO evil In (In llu* v.olU
Commifttjt) M««ttnoj
Arlington Avv,. CllffwmKi. 12* for as
and D»l Hoffman,
for Mr. tint
the Ncwnrk and I'lnhuloliriilii
'Wl*xl 111'Illll, liih^ . M'lllcil IIr. hiiKi'lnftt nil Ih" [oil.
luud and tbuilvd UiiMUtgt, r»!ii!)llilimii/ii»,
iAliiK t'i"|x< a
received
lull
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Cub Park M, sponiorrsi by Si
129 fur MIIH drunk »nd
M the fltM time this rmiim
Jssstcpti'* Parent • Tnnctier ASAO>
Tfw Sdilo IIIKIIWIIV Department
nn Atig, 37, lie wtti tr> I hli bm*
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to t tkw Unvy tmlny snnmincNl s. low hid nt (. were r.i'l'in!'.
(lathxt, Ktytwil, will hoM It* firm
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. I'ntrrtlttmn Clifford Mir- I n n u t y C I||lv«n
I
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a n i , In the fcliiol t'iif,'ti'ilii,
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1 ' i l M ' l l l i | i l n l i r . | 1 U . . ill j . ll | : i i i | l
CoouBunieatioii
Mother* To Meet
Ekw M M M M , Dvcorator,
Shop
Christinat
Warning Signs
Court Power
New Catholic
High School
Accept Bids
Apartments Still
fork At P.M.
Hus Demands
f t t i d n l i nf htiya r>ls«hl ywir* ofage, litit nut yet II, wlw wish l o In1ttmin S m u t s tire litvllrit tti nltriut,
HiiHi'tthm To Meet
Utarh
Hirlhihiy
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fy Ann
H5 Lower
v ill Hint IVrriflptdiiy /NOII ,1 tn
N i l rim, at Ih" hottM of Mi«. Math.
tiiH.lti.lny nl it (truly ttn H«?|il,
Nmv li llin lime In mlviMlh" 0 . f'ifhHf, fctuk-r, S* l<«ir> Dr..
it* were Mr, anil Mm, MetMure WIHHIK, Children nln ifiiurst
trlMf
MIHIui'll ( 1 | ( | l ' | p < f o r •attlt*. A
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H'Hill ml in ihf ciimifinl culiiimi <nl td bfltif! t h r w «/|ti«f("* m tt>U » * # « , mill Mrs. A p e * Dijpenietit
Will turn Ihcm lulu uish (in you, tut Hit' HllrrtHKii's ntlivliy,
ml children, lltulet.
N<HV ck'lis Will l»< rUlitliliBllwl ntul
imiilf! f u r lli<> I'liniliiH y i ' i i r
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for diiftli/liiu A |KMlk).", M llntitt' ,;U
lit Mimtnmiili Comiiy, 'Hut d.mll/n.
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lltlmtiv (mm Hie vlrmlly dl linn
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"Sally Hawkins " Prizewinners
Matawan Adult School
Will Open Sept. 30
The fall term at the Matawan
Community Adult School, Inc., will
begin Sept. 30. Classes wilt be held
al the Matawan Regional High
School on Monday and Thureday
evenings between • and ] • p.m.
All interested person* over the
age of 18 are invited to enroll at
the Matawan High School, Atlantic
Ave., Matawan, Sept. 20, ] l , 22. between 7 and I p.m.
There is a tuition fee and tmall
regiatration fee. Since claisei are
limited, it is suggested the enrollment be made as early as possible
to insure placement in the course
chosen.
CUt— T« Be OtfMWl
Classes will be offered in AM,
drawing and painting, ceramics,
sculpture, furniture repair and re
finishing; beginning bridge I and II
and informer1' '.<• bridge; golf and
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Convention Spcabar
I
Mr$. Hulmrt
89-Years-Old
Alumii Scholar
beginning photography, akn ballMrs. Reseau Hulsart, 31 Park
roam dancing.
Ave., Matawan, was the guest of
honor at her 89th birthday party
Also offered will be courses In
given by her granddaughter, Mrs.
beginning and intermediate dressJames Semoneit.
making, tailoring, fashion design,
interior decorating, slipcovers and
She was presented with flowers
draperies, also party cooking,
from Matawan Borough Mayor Ed
landscaping and gardening also
ward E. Hyrne and Mrs. Hyrne
will be featured.
and many gift* and cards from her
Bookkeeping, securities and inguests.
vestments, beginning and review
Attending were Mrs. Thomas Hultyping and stenography, general
sart, Mrs. Clinton Hulsart, Mrs.
education development assistance
Sarah Friedman, Mr. and Mrs.
and speed and efficiency reading,
Vernon Magee, Mr*. William Baintroduction to modern mathematder, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Tremics far parents will be included.
per and children, David, Richard,
Courses will l>e given in converDonald and Daniel, Mrs. Howard
sational French and Spanish, gym-'
Wolverton, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Valnasties for women and physical
ler, Mrs. Gertrude Carey, Richard
Mlitt PAMliLA HIBllfclit
fitness through dance; beginning
S. TIM SCHWARTZ
Magee, Mrs. Edward Froehlich,
and intermediate guitar plus a
Names
of the l<7 Miami Unfc
Mr. and Mrs. S. Tim Schwartz, Mrs. Ronald Sheldon and daughter, versity Alumni Scholars for MSM
course in radio and T.V. repairs.
Sandra, Mrs. Fred Slae, Mrs. ClarMatawan,
have
returned
home
from
For parents of young children
have been announced by Miami'!
Sulphur ence Beam, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Office of Alumni Relation*. Among ,
there is a course in problems of the Greenbrier, White
Springs, West Va., where Mr. Longstreet, Mrs. Percy VanBraklc, thoae to receive scholarahlne m
early childhood.
Schwartz was a featured speaker Miss Susan Semoneit, Mrs. Myrtle Miss Pamela Charte
Hlbbeta,
at the annual Sales Leaders Con- Olden, and Miss Linda Ravettina, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R i d *
vention of Madison 1-lfe Insurance all of Malawan.
ard S. Hibbetts, 21 Van Ethel Dr.,
Company of New V o r k. Mr.
Gifts were sent by Mr. and Mr*. Matawan, who was graduated front
Schwartz is President of Frontier Irving Cooper, Mrs. Courtney Ray- Madison Township High School ia
Planning Corp. of America, New mond, Mr. and Mrs. William Hul- June and i* enrolled in the frerfv
York, a General Agency of Madi- sart, Mrs. Catherine Mason, Mr, man class of the university In 0 *
While this committee has been son Life.
and Mrs. Roy VanPelt, Mrs. Ed- ford, Ohio.
meeting all summer in preparation
Mr. Schwartz's address to the ythe Carhart, Mrs. Elizabeth AIfor the party, the official club year
The Alumni Scholars are recip>
cott, and Mr. and Mrs. Forrest
will start Monday with the meeting convention dealt with the impor- Garrison.
lents of scholarships provided di>
tance nf quality business in the long
of the Board of Trustees.
rectly
by the Miami Alumni AssoMrs. William Bowie, president, rani;c success of lx>lh life insurciation in a program designed H
ance
companies
and
general
agen
Ayvlei Chapter
will be accompanied by department
attract students of ability and leadchairmen at the State Fall Confer- cies. He discussed training techership. The program is separata
ence at Douglass College, Satur- niques, the emphasis on careful Plans For Tea
from the university's general stu>
supervision and long range planday.
dent aid program of scholarships,
ning, and the administrative con
A
Membership
Tea
will
be
held*
grants in aid and loans for which
The first club meeting will be trols employed at Frontier Planheld Monday afternoon, Oct. 4, with ning, designed to assure the suc- Tuesday. Sept. 21 at 8:30 p.m. at need is a basis.
Mrs. E. Tell Lederman, member cess of the agency's field represen- the home of Mrs. Samuel Wexler,
Scholarships in total value of
presenting a program on Indonc tatives and contribute to the long 12 Ferland Lane, Matawan, by the $33,180 have been awarded to I5|
•la. Mr. and Mrs. Lederman lived range success of the agency it- D'nai B'rith Women, Ayelat Chap- freshmen and 17 upperclissmen.
ter, Bayshore Area. The memberIn Indonesia prior to returning to self.
ship of the local Chapter now totals
Matawan last year. Mrs. Allan J
Madison Life was formed in New 120 women in the Bayshore area.
Morrison will be hospitality chair
To be welcomed at the Member- Fint Aid Re/tortt
York State as a new life insurance
n a n at this meeting.
company a little over two years ship Tea will be the following new
ago. It attained JIDO.OOO.OOO of life members: Mrs. Samuel Summer, On Monthly Call*
insurance in force and a position in Mrs. Melvin Landau, Mrs. David
Captain Frank Bertulls of the
the top third of America's life in Borowka, Mrs. Morton Fisher. Mn.
surance industry on July 30 of this Milton Barefoot, Mrs. Lawrence Matawan Township First Aid ana
year. Mr. Schwartz's agency has Gray, Mrs. Hy Ella*. Mrs. Arnold Rescue Squid has reported that
been affiliated with Madison Life Edelstein, Mrs. Al Friedman, and the squad answered a total of 155
first aid calls for the month of Jufor a little over a year, and is one Mrs. Daniel Bach.
A combination gourmet lunch- of the company's leading agencies
Anyone interested in joining may ly. Among these calls were 71
eon • cooking class will be sponsor,
contact Mrs. Lawrence Lerner, emergency transports, 17 trans*
ad by the Matawan Township Auxmembership chairman, 8 Olden ports, 23 accidents, 19 fires and 21
iliary of the Baysnore Community Matawan Community
community service calls.
Tha
Lane, Matawan.
Hospital at the Poet's Inn on Tuessquad's four ambulances traveled
Adult School Meeting
day.
2449 miles and members donated
Sisterhood Meeting
460 man hours during this period.
This unique fund-raising event,
The regular meeting of the Matthe first of a series of luncheon
In other business.
President
The
Sisterhood
of
Temple
Shalawan
Community
Adult
School
was
demonstrations, will feature a les
Ralph llaspel announced that th*
son in tho kitchen by George Vero held recently at the high school om of Matawan will hold its open- squad voted full membership to
renowned European chef, who Is The board was thanked by John Ing meeting of the 1965-1946 sea- William M.irphy at the August busthe owner of the historic dining V. Caracciolo, principal ol t h e son Tuesday, at 8:30 p.m., in the iness meeting. President llaspel
school, f o r thair sift of sowing all - purpose room of the Strathspot.
machines which will be used by more Elementary School. The also reminds township resident!
A product of Swiss and Parisian the Home Economics department. program will feature a parody or who have not made their contribuculinary institutes, with restaurant
Mr. Caracciolo, also expressed tunes from "My Fair Lady." Rab tion to the annual fund drive they
and hotel training throughout Eur- thanks for the pholofjraphic equip- bi and Mrs. Sheldon Gordon wil still may mail it to the Squad, in
ope, Mr. Vero fled from his home ment which was also donated by be present at this meeting. Cor- care of P.O. Box 412. Cliffwood.
in Communist Hungary in 1956. He the board. The equipment will be sages will be presented to all new
learned about American restaur- used by the students of the Aduli members, refreshments will be
If you need printing of any kind,
ants with Restaurant Associates, School classes and by t h e higl served, and there will be a door we are here to serve you. Our
as chef in their Rainbow Room and school students.
prize awarded. The public is invit quick service and reasonable price*
Newarker restaurants. He has won
will please you.
Those who attended the meeting ed to attend.
several awards for catering at the were
Mrs. Alfred Manville, presiNew York Coliseum food shows. dent; Mrs. Everett Wolfson, treasThe Veros took over the Poet1! urer; Mrs, Budd Slicesley, vice
Inn in 1964.
president, and Mrs. Zdzich Plsarek,
publicity chairman.
Special Chicken Dish
Mr. Vero will prepare Chicken
Paprikash, a dish of his native
Knlvn Svlon I/ill
Hungary, which is one of the favorite "specials" at the Poet's Inn.
Miss Ann Mario Falco, daughter
After the lesson, guests will ad of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Falco,
journ from the kitchen to the res- Texas Rd., Morganville, has entertaurant's Coach Room where they ed Scton Hill College, Greensburg,
will enjoy a full - course luncheon, Pa. She is a graduate of Central
HIGHWAY 79 — MORGANVILLE
featuring Chicken Paprikash,
Freehold High School and will start
Future sessions in the auxiliary's her college classes on Monday.
MARLBORO TOWNSHIP
scries will include other specialties
of the house such as Fresh Mush591-1313
24 Hour Service
room Cap stuffed with Souffle of Woman'» Cluh To Mvet
Crabmeat Imperial,
Hungarian
The Woman's Club of Laurence
Goulash, and various European Harbor will meet Monday at 8 p.m.
Frederick R. Waitt, Manager
dishes.
in Webstur Hall of the Laurence
Mrs. Melvin Shiloni, 566-7122, is Harbor Community Church.
chairman and may be contacted
for ticket Information.
Woman's Club-50th Year
A 50th Anniversary Gold and
White Yearbook is ready for distribution to all the members of the
Woman's Club of Matawan. The
club was organized in October 1915
by a small group of women whose
ideals have been upheld during the
ensuing years.
The 50th Anniversary Party will
be held Monday afternoon Oct. 18,
IVAMa, c»dialnnM "(Ml) ee-.fradilates M a r
t
at 12:30 p.m. In the club house on
as
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•ajar, I M 4 W Waldea, JIU Farrell aafl Isabel Wai- Jackson St. Mrs. S. Herbert Tayaf * a lev. E*rar*J D. Mraae, aave prevea
lor, Cherry Hill, President of the
New Jersey State Federation of
Women's Clubs, will be the guest
speaker. Mrs. Albert Abell, immediate past president of the club, and
Mr*. Calvin Pearce, p u t president
m Vaa AS* treat raariti la UteMiaaiii At Aaa Haas
are co-chairmen of the celebration.
Matawan Persoa&l Items
UN Mia. Lormua Vwtft. r«L W-Ull
WHUam T. Currta, aoa ot Mr. Mr. «ad Mra. WiUiam Miller
Mn, Edward W. Cunrie, Mi on were the recent guest* of their ton,'
Thursday to enter Ma freshman William, in Wilmington, Del.
Mar at Coe Collet*, Cedar Rapids, Mr. and Mr*. Walter Donkth,
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Pettersen
and children, Seaford, L.I., and Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas Petiersen and
children, Schenectady, N.Y., were
Largo, Fla., and Mlsi Jane Donath, the weekend guests of Mr. and
Iowa:
.
•" • • • ; • •
Mr. aad Mrs. Lewis S. Bergen, New York, were the recent dinner Mr*, Trygve Pettersen, Prospect
Mfaburgh Pa., were the weekend guests of Mr. and M n . William Point.
Mr. and Mrs. tack Bsrst, Strathattests ot Mr. and Mrs. Edwin H. Otuway.
Mn. Lydia Walling, Mrs. Albert more, were the Saturday guests of
Donrinfck. Mr. Bergen ha* just
baaa named vice president of the Abell, Mra. Bertha Story Schanck, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Soodak, BrookContinental Copper and Stetl In- Mrs. William Burmester, and Mn. lyn.
WilUam Slavin dined at the Long
dustries, Bradburn, Pa.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Edgerton,
Branch Inn on Thursday evening.
Mra. Louie Paiiania entertained
Mn. Benjamin Dennis, Keyporl, New York, were the Saturday dinat bridge on Tuesday evening. entertained the Crusader C i r c l e ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Priie winner* were Mrs. Richard of the Fint Presbyterian Church Loud, Strathmore.
Erdrmuw, Mrs. Helen Quinn and on Wednesday. Attending were
Mr. and Mrs, Norman RosenMn. Gerard Devlin. Other gueits Mra. Peter A. Read, Middletown; blatt and children, Strathmore,
•were Mra. Howard Erdmann, Mrs. Mrs. Rudolph Fraebel, Mrs. G. J. were the weekend guests of Mr.
R. L. Carlan, Mrs. Warren Vree- Sterling Thompson, Mrs. William and Mrs. Mickey Gellmar,, Kings
land, Miss Either Blau, Mra. Karl lambert, Matawan, and Mrs. Don- Park, L.I.
Ileuser, and Mn. Paul Egan.
ald W. Robinson, Toms River.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Crane and
Mrs. William R. Craig, Miss
Miss Grace Thompson, Westfield, daughter, Mary Lou, Strathmore,
Catherine McDonald, and Mra. Ev- was the weekend guest of Mr. and have returned home after vacationing at Long Beach Island.
ait Sikx» were the priie winner* Mrs. Franklin S, Thompson.
whan Mrs, Gerard Devlin enterThe first meeting of the new seaSunday dinner guests of Mr. and
tained at bridge on Thursday. Other son of the Mothera Club of Mata- Mn. Trygve Pettersen were Mr.
• a eat* were Mra. Charles Pike, wan, will be held on Tuesday eve- and Mrs. Edward Loud and chilHohndri: Mrs. Thomas Welstead, ning at the home of Mrs. Howard dren, Strathmore; Mr. and Mrs.
Mr*. Uroy Stckai*. Mr*. Paul Eg- Warden, Wekkm Rd.
,
Clifford Pettersen, Seaford, L.I.,
an, and Mra. Marguerite Laird.
Miu Betty Siebert, Schenck Ave., and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Petterhas
returned
home
after
(pending
seo, Schenectady. N.Y.
Ray Sasso, aoa of Mr. and Mrs;
Raymond Sateo, Mt on Sunday to M week* at the Hotel Grenville.
Mis* Ginger McDonough, daugheoatmue hi* studte* at Case Instl- Bay Head, where she served as a ter of Mr. and Mn. Lawrence Mcwaitress, accompanied by Miss Donough, Strathmore, left on SunClaire lvey and Misa Mary Fen- day to enter her freshman year at
Mlas Phyllis Maghan, daughter nelly.
Glaasboro State College.
Of Mr. aad Mr»rRoM Maghin;
Mr. and Mr*. Pat Manxo and son,
Mist Jan* Gregory, daughter of
Miss Joyce Sawyer a n d Miss
Frank,
have
returned
home
after
Mr. and M n . Clyde Gregory, and
spending several dayi at Lake Nettie Sawyer, Brooklyn, were the
Dana** Reaves, son of Mr. and
recent house guests of Mr. and
NY.
Clifford Reeve*, left on Sun- George,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles MacPhee Mrs. Ronald Joseph. Strathmore.
to enter their freshman year and
Mr. and Mn. Edward Israel,
family, Strathmore, were the
at the Eastern Baptiet College. St. recent
house guests of Mr. and Strathmore, entertained on SaturDavid's. Pa.
Mr*. Pete Sadlotki, Lake Coven- day evening at a surprise party
Mr. aad Mrs. Jec A. Cuihman try, Conn.
for Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Berattended the wadding of Eniign Mr. and Mn. Jack Bant, Strath- genfeld, Strathmore, who were celJames MandavUle BeaU Jr. to Mis* more; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hack, ebrating their luth wedding anniVirginia Freeman on Saturday at Miss Mimi Hack and Dennis Ros- versary. Guests attending were Mr.
I h a Seartdale Congregational en, Brooklyn, were the Sunday din- and Mrs. Gil Kashkin, Douglaston,
Church. Icendale. (T?.
ner gueits of Mr. tnd Mrs. Stan- L.I.; Mr. and Mrs. Gary Zenser,
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hartmann,
Mrs. Chart** Log*, East Bruns- ley Seaman, Strathmore.
wick, entertained at luncheon- Mrs. C. Ormsby, New York, was Miss Sylvia Keller, Brooklyn; Mr.
kridge oa Wednesday. Priie win- the Sunday guest ol her son-in-law and Mrs. Danny Bach, Mr. and
awa war* Mra. Thomas Welstead, ind daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Mot! Mrs. Robert Kolodin. Mr. and Mrs.
fba htxtet* and Mra. Enoa Perry, GWumal, Strathmore. In the after- Frank Wolpert, Mr. and Mrs. RichWagner, Mr. and Mrs, Ray
and Park. Other guest* were noon they celebrated the eighth ard
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold KapEdwin Lockhart, Mrs. Dwight birthday of their son, Steven. Mrs. Shaw,
and Mrs. Don Shanosky, Matarod, Sayraville; Mrs. Donald John Kozloff was a guest In the af- lan
wan.
Robinaon, Toms River; Mrs.ternoon.
Peter A. Read, Mlddletown, and Mr. and Mrs. John Connolly and Mr. and Mrs, George Wcisbcrg,
children, Wood-Ridge, were the re- William Weisberg, Miss S o n i a
Mn. Ekitore Kattner,
Mr, and Mrs, George Clark were cent guests of Mr. anil Mrs. John Weisberg and Miss Barbara Cordon, Brooklyn, weru the Friday
ft* Saturday guest* of Mr*. AHred Kikk, Marc Woods.
Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. evening dinner guests ol Mr. and
OHdewail, Red Bank.
Oestreich,
Strathmore, Mrs. Lawrence Carrus, Strathmore.
Mr. aad Mn, George Deitz at- Howard
w e n Mr. and Mrs. Jo»ph Scheuer
Mrj. E l e a n o r Gomllck, Tho
tended a recent performance of and
children, Brooklyn.
Bronx, was the weekend guest ol
"Goidn Roy" m New York.
Baynard Smith his returned Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gomlick,
Mark UMura. aoa of Mr. and home after .visiting hii mother,
Mrs. Robert UMura, his returned Mrs. J. Baynard Smith, Chattanoo- Strathmore.
Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Ware and
Is M i studies at Matter of the Sav- ga, Term.
he, Mackwood.
Mrs. Adam Banke and Mr*. Nor- daughter, Lisa, were the Sunday
• r . and M n . William OrtawoM ma Holmes were the hostetie* guest* of Miis Beverly Orndorfl,
ead children, Tomi River, were tht when the Ladle* Aid Society of the Trenton,
Martin Liuterwald his return•anday guaats of Mr. aad M n . First Baptist Church held a coverad dish luncheon on Tuesday, Plans ed home after being a patient In
were
made
for
a
trip
to
Peddler*
Monmouth
Medlcil Center.
Mr. and M n . Rudolph Fraebel
Mr, and Mn. Melvin Marks and
&& are the Tuesday dinner guest* VHlM«, LahfMka, Pa., on Oct. 12.
Mra. Charles C. Schock |r., Sea children, The Bronx, were the Sate l Matawan Township Mayor aad
Girt; Mr*. G, J. Sterling Thomp- urday ftuetta of Mr, and Mr*, B»fiMra. Henry Traphagen,
Recent bridge guests of M n , son | r , Mlddletown; Mr*. F, How- nrit Dworkl*, Strithmuru.
Oaorge Drill were Mr*. Charles ard Lloyd, MM, George YounkMr, and Mm. O r i l d Drenaman
Osren, Mr*. Robert Meteroii and hear*, Mrs. Everett Carlson, Mr*. and children, Itayxido, N'.Y,, were
Mra. Joseph Dtwll. Mrs. Oeran Oeorge Barrett, and Mn, William the Sunday uncuts uf Mr. anil Mm,
Quinn, were Wvdnetday bridge Liwrencu CarniH, Sirathmuri.',
ktld high score.
Mr. and Mrs, Rudolph Fraebel guenta of Mr*. Jac A, Cuvhman,
Recent gumo uf Mr. anil Mm,
Mrs. Gerard Devlin entertained
suit Thursday In Point Pletiant,
Henry Klochlln, Mure Woods,
Mr, and Mr*. Georiie Chipin, at bridge on Friday owning and wer« Mm, Vincent Wmlc ami Mr,
Hills, were tho weekend the prize winners wore Mm. I.e. and Mm, K(>||er Muz/onr, Urook•Meati of Mr, and Mrs. L, E, ray Slckvli, Mrs. W. 0. DUiiln, ind lyn.
Mm. Frank RIIM. Other giif«t«
•Mb*, Strathmore.
Jurnc* Hi()»«rt, M l\nk Aw., I*
Mr, and Mrs, Boos M*ghan have were Mn. lilmori- Kattner, Mm. H pntlmt in tho Hnmktlitlt1 Numinn
d home from a trip to Seat William J. HalMil, Mra. Maruucrito lli>frii\ Rarllan T<iwntlii|>,
m, Waih,, and a tour to Lake Lou- Laird, Mr*. Elva Hirtunvll, and
Jerome and Kric t'lvnlk, # Ivy
MlH Patricia MCKMNI.
I * aad Banff, Albert*, Canada.
Way, recently vl»lie<l the N*w
Mr, aad M n , William Miller and
York World'* Pair when* they unaKIdraa have returned home after
kiyoi * rlitc on Ihv Munurtill,
I the summer al ttieir home MatauHtn Cmi/tla
Mr. »iul Mm, hnvp\\ MHIIIM1 ami
Mrs. Arlelli Gourmet Lunch,
Heads Unit Cooking Class
Mrs. Frank ArtoUi was installed
aa president of the Ladle* Auxll
iary of the Matawan American Legion Pott 176 at ceremoniea held
la the Legion Hall, Main St., Mala
wan.
Mn. Tessie Godbold, Monmouth
County Auxiliary President, and her
staff also installed Mn. William
Donnenworth as first vice president; Mrs. William Biegner, sec
ond vice president; Mrs. Margaret
McDonald, chaplain; Mrs. Claude
Brideau, treasurer; Mrs. George
Morey, historian; Mrs. James Martin, secretary; Mrs. Mary O'Donnell, sergeant at-arm*.
'Irs. Brideau, immediate past
president, presented gifts to her
retiring officers and chairmen, expressing her gratitude for their cooperation. She also presented Mrs.
Godbold with a corsage and gift
from the auxiliary.
Presentation* Mad*
Mrs. Godbold presented Mrs.
Brideau with her past president's
ring. Mrs. Brideau also was given
a corsage and gift from the auxiliary by Mrs. John Thaler, past
president.
At the conclusion of the formal
ceremonies, Miss Patricia Dugan,
delegate to Girls State in June, reported on her experiences and activities during the week's program
at Douglass College. Sho thanked
the auxiliary for the opportunity of
attending.
Refreshments were served during the social hour which followed.
Mrs. Artclli will conduct her first
meeting Monday evening, Oct. 1.
All members arc urged to attend,
and all eligible candidates for
membership may attend this meeting.
Neighborhood Scout
Unit Schedules Session
The Matawan Butough Recreation Building, Jackson St., vvili
serve as the nuw muulinj; place (or
the Matawun Neighborhood Association of Girl Scouts.
Meetings will be held the second
Tuesday of each month at 8 p.m.
Adults Interested in girl scouting
are invited to attend. Mr*. Richard
Getshall, neighborhood chairmun,
nan pointed out that the number
of girls applying for niemocrship
In local tixMps continues to grow,
nut It Is the adult volumror Mp
which mint provide tho backbone
of the program.
WAITT FUNERAL HOME
The Expense la
A Matter of
Your Desire
Auxiliary Will Hold
Card Party Oct. 15
Mrs. Joseph Rettagliata presidci
at a recent meeting of the Ladic
Auxiliary of the Matawan Township Hose and Chen.ical Co. No.
1. Mrs. Rribert Park, ways and
means chairman, announced plans
for the second annual card party to
be held Oct. 15 ai the (Ire house.
Tickets may !>e purchased from
pny auxiliary member or nt the
fir..1 house.
After the mooting, the members
were entertained at a lunu after
which there was a hula contest and
priies awarded, Winners of the contest were Mrs. Sam Can/.ano, most
authentic hula; Mrs. Frank Devlno,
prettiest and Mr*. John Jastrab,
funniest,
Atti'int Icr Show
Mr. and Mn. St. Ottir I'arrii anil
children, Barbara, Mlclwle, Lisa
MlM Marllyri .Inm; Mmlvy, 173 and Mlchnol, GuUkm St., Cllffwood.
Dmrflckl U I M \ ami MK» Kdith nttondWI the Saturday matinee perKathy Faun, Mill Mil., Ixrtli »f Mat- formanctt uf "Holiday on Ice" nl
•wan, M l Sunday foe Newark Slut'1 Madison
Square Gnrrini, New
ColleKe, Union, when- they itio en York.
A'«/«T
Slnt<>
rolled »% frnhiiH'ti, They uro .lime
of Malnwuii Ko>tiniitil
Navnjo Incllnn Ri'virvutlun with
School mul iimtluMiintU'v nia 21,11(14 »(|iiuro w i l d In Arizona unil
Utah li llw nation's lnrni''t,
..for folks who
tike to munch
PA VON ui! a r u m
• m i A l , - IIKK A child with a kfaaa* new t«y, av«ry wrnnaa
fcnwa (e try a w « reel**, A« a nawlal festvrr, rhl< Mwsewsvr will
M M M I favatllet af mmnvn In lh# area,
i'l'HAWHKNHV CMKKftK CANK
•y Mra, fianrl* O'Connor, • UeetaMown l.aae, HaaM
I I vaaIHa w«if«<r<t
M as, ansrn inert*
1/4 cap m#M#« huller nr tHeo
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IIhn,
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ell, I'ft'ii firmly
y tin IImlliiin
m l l i n mtil ahnui hu
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•inn, frank and Kyle, are rrtiirflInn in Iliplr ImniK In Purl Arthur,
Tt>x,, aflt<r niwndliiH two wwha n
Mr, and M n , James Andreotl, the nu«it» w Mr, H«ll«r'i Itrothpr177 Am hoy Rd,, Mttawan, celeHt-lnw itirt itUtor, Mr, md Mr>
br»lev Ihelr Mih wttMfitM anniversary i t open hmiM al Ihtir Prank Arl«lll,
M M , John i h i l e r , Mttuwnti nnil
homa,
l i t * ample are aetlv« and well. M n , Surah Ncuin, K*>yt»)rt, havf
Mtumed
ID llM<lr rmttiw
*tw
Mr. Andrmll l i tmnloyMl liv the
Mailliiin Townihln Nitud l)?|i»rt- uppfltMfiK «if tvet'ttm n« ilw flH'»»i»
ttf Mi'x, 't'hslor'ji WM mul ilntightprmwit,
Mr, Andrvull a n d the former III law, Mr, mul Mrs, .luliii M I hoi1
M i l l Prance* Trpvvit wert1 mil 1 ' W, mul iiittii'lt'ut, 11,'li'iiiiH A""
r/(iil NPIH, Id, 11*11, In ,1i, Rttmi'i Clmiildle, f'dlif
i.'tll <irtli'H"i|, mill I'JJU ytillo mill m i l well, Adil vt vun nmnr, flour,
Ml«*i Ann Mat If ArMh, tliitmli
t'lilirtli, Mn.VW Sir, Nrwitrk, They
mlt, I'VtiiinniiMil milk Mil'! VIIHIIIII, Hem I'UJJ whllt<« mil II ill 11, lint nut
me I lie imit'iih nf five tvim, mul I IIM if F Mt. riiiil M i i I Milk A • I "I leu dtv, Ailil 11 (|i|i »nt!,'tI uM f rtft'fiillv lulu {'\wt'w I M M I I H ' ,
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I oliriiiil Illiih •iiti'iH.
On Sunday, Stephen ShoaUk,
Ntw York, wai th* dinner guaat o<
Mr. Md M n Patar Melnlk.
M n , WiUiam otuway ar., Bay
W f K , waa the recent h e m *
• e a t ef Mr, and M n , William Ot•way, Moryland Ealat*.
Mr, ted M n , L, E. Kr#b«,
grethmma, and ihelr hon« |fu«»t,
Mm, W*rr«n Zlnimatler, Coral fluMia, HI*,, have returned IKHIIO *!•
lar spending several day* M
— *» of Ihelr swt'lH'lift' and
—-jkter, Mr, ami Mr», Warrmi
uanalttwm, Avon, Conn,
Mr, mtd Mm, Cnmillo I), Cli'iUlle
• W S4
NUT BUTTER CRUNCH
7
A tailQ-iemptlng Mend of luicloui butler brittle, creamy-smooth Milk Chocolate tmi
criipyfrmh touted null,..loft'i Nut ButtwCrunch li the ntitliiil, butttfltK evtM
letter lake homo * couple nf hoxc* of thi< rtclleloui candy, It goot Ilkt ll|htnln||
Matawan Drugs
115 MAIN ST., MATAWAN - 56<MM>21
WE DELIVER
OPEN SUNDAYS
LOFT'S..,FINE CHOCOLATES FOR OVER A CENTURY
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THE MAT AW AN JOURNAL, N. J.
PftrTICI
Readers Borrow
Whhnry Boob
Thursday, September 16, 1965
UJOKL NOTICE
LEGAL NOT1CB
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
ray H;
New Jersey State Department
SIXTH ELECTION DISTRICT
and Southwesterly along the MaLai thence («) erly aknM Ike center line of Cliffof Civil Service Examinations
S U Ma Snter
* Hlint
" " of
- " -Slate
' • ' wood' Imsiue lo I t * Intersection with BEGINNING at Uie Intersection of wan ToivnshJp * Holmdei Townshjp
line
of
south
Concourse;
the
center
Une
of
Church
Street
with
boundary
Une
to
a
corner
common
Announced
clos ig date for filing
» la' a «t» l e r » direction, . the cental
1
i d center
. where (he
ma s
aatd
center d
dw
a i thence i n Easterly along the center the center line ol Lloyd Road; to the Township of Matawan. the applications. September 30, 1969. For
thence
(
I
)
Westerly
along
the
center
Township of Marlboro, and the application*, duties, and minimum
_ Hignwa/ M Intersects* tti Una of aeeth Concourse to the mean
hnuadary Une of Ihe Township ol high water line of Raritan Bay: Une ol Church Street to Its intersec- Township of Holmdei; thence (9) qualifications, apply to Depirtnunl
MOIJBCM asotJier has dectdaajl Musleal Cdteae, has htm taaing a Madiaoa; Uience <«) along the aaid thence Id) Beutherly along the mean tion with the center Une ol Atlantic Northwesterly along the Matawan of Civil Service, State House, Trenton.
Hat t l Iks Township ol hlarh water Una of Raritan Bay to Its Avenue; thence (2) Northerly along Township - Marlboro Township boun- New Jeraey.
to carry eat the plans at her n>asraaaal iataftat ia t h i eaat. Dr swuadary
kfadieon to a point where saio Une Intersectioa with the center line of the center line ol Atlantic Avenue dary Une to the place of BEGIN
Open to citizens. I I months resident
caaUjp <_
toe center line of New
daufMer ia
Creek: thence (5) Westerly to Ita intersection with the center
Uakar .poke M ksa wort wit* em- lalarsecta
in the Township of MaUwan.
•ranswleh Avenue; thence ( I ) In a Uatawan
Une of the Freehold at Atlantic High
beaaflt Outdoor Art ataaata m parHaaaat dialysis
atetiag
Assessing Clerk. Salary, | M ° par
Polling Place: Etrathmore Clemen.
nartkarl* diraetiea along l i e easterly and Southwesterly along the centet lands Railroad; thence (1) Northyear.
a f Lake Lafferts to the fully Une of Matawan Creek to the olece easterly atone the center Une of the tary School, Church street
kidaty aa we* u other petitnaaal adaw rune
Public Worka Superintendent, SalIn back of Locust Place: of BEGINNING
TENTH ELECTION DISTRICT
Freehold * Atlantic Highland. Rail
I—pi red ay the success of aa iafacUaaa at Ma moat race** die> Hurt
ary,
lawo per year.
•heace I I ) along a Una drawn down
Polllag Plaee- r i r . t Aid Bulldlns, road to ita Intersection with the cen-TRACT ONE:
Hoad Foreman. Salary, fl.aa par
Ska csaatr of said gully to a point
Otfsjaar Aft Show amducU4 tMt
BEGINNING
et
the
Intersection
ol
ter
line
of
Lloyd
Road:
Uience
14)
Corner Aaiboy Road and Prospect
caaakaa
Tuaaday
at
Fitkia
Mernor
hour.
re
the
center
Una
of
Schanck
Av
Slate
Highway
Route
M
with
the
Southwesterly and Southerly along
• • a t Mriag M MM I a n af the
Intersects the center Une of »ve.. Oiffwood.
the center Une of Lloyd Road to the boundary Une between the Township |1« 111.8
f O U l m l ELECTION DISTRICT
baaat of M n . Richard B u t a t , J « ial HoapiUI.
Street; thence IS) along the
of Matawan and the Township ol
Una of Main Street In a nor- BEOINNING at the Inferseetlon ol place of BEGINNING.
BgBSasaaatWaaaal aaataaatat
fiffaaaaaat
Mate f t . , Mauwaa, wMch she viaMarlboro; thence ( I ) Northweaterlj
therly direction ta a point where the the esnser line of State Highway
SMERirr's SALE
Polling Place: Matawan Regional along the Matawan Township • Marl
Kad and » i which »ht eiMMted, the
Or. Latker's work haj bata n- aald ceaatar Haa et Mala Street InUi Route) as with tha center line of Cliff- High School. Atlantic Avenue.
aUPBRIOR COURT
boro Township boundary line to Ita
tka eaatar Una of Stale High wood Avenue: thence ( I ) NorthwestSEVENTH ELECTION DISTRICT
OF JfE» JERSEY
aaMad partially through a yearly eerie
intersection with the center Une of
era* M ; tkenea t t ) along tha aald can erly atone tha center line of State
at the Intersection ot Gravelly Brook, the boundary line
CHANCERY DIVISION
I N I HUkraat Rd., Holmdal, * • tM,*4* stata graat, but more rwaa- la* stai af llala Highway M In an Highway Route JS to tta Intersection theBEGINNING
Une of Church Street snd between the Township of Matawan
MONMOUTH COUNTY
aaatatly dlrertim U a point where with tke ranter line of Whale Creek; the center
ta how a (later affair oa
center line of U n e Road, the and the Borough of MaUwan; thence
TNa was tha purpoat aald
Osckat Na. F-MM M
eantar Una of SUM Highway M thenee (1) Easterly elong the center center
line ol Line Road being the I I ) Northeasterly. Easterly, Northtm U M Mr tta* kaMM of tha l a Tke
Equttabi
Uas Assurance
' art ahow. to provide lalaraecta the roadbsef of the Centra) line ef Whale Creek Its meandering boundary
between Matawan and westerly, and Northeasterly alon« aociety of tke United I t s U t . a cor.
ItaUraad af Naw Jersey; thence (10) courses to the mean high water line Harltan line
M i (KMaey) Raaaaroh Fund.
Dr. Lasker t ; carry
Townships;
thence
(1)
Ike boundary Une between the Town- eaeaUoi. of tke State of New York,
ataag aald roadbed to a point where of Raritan Bay; thence (3) SouthWesterly
and
Northwesterly
along
rch program and to lav
Tfct plan, t a d the datta decldad his
of Metawan and tha Borough ol PUirtH! vs: Thomaa t. Searta and
along the mean hlarh u'atrr tha center line of Church Street to skip
Matawan to I U Intersection with the Sutc r aearli. kla wife. Defendants
roadbed Intersects the center easterly
k* • • m i l wHI ke respected. T i n spire other fund • raising projects Una at
a
~ Church
ntraert; Uience < l l ) Una W Raritan Bay to Ita Intersec Ita intersection with the center line center line of State Highway Ruuta
By virtue of a writ of aiacutlon la
tlnn
with
the
center
line
of
South
of
Lloyd
Road;
thence
(
I
)
Northerly
ahaw date* a n Saturday and Sun- ioc the same purpoae.
ajoaa. tke
JM aald center line of Church
(3) Southerly along the tke above sUlad action to me directttwnce (e) Westerly end Northeasterly along Ihe center M; thence
ia a westerly direction to the Concnuree;
Une of .«jete Highway Route ed. I shall expose for sale at publle
day, Oct. * aad N . Matting at I I
Mrs. IMsess already haa a list •trawl
along the center line nf South Cor, with the Matawan Township • Rarl- center
polsit
or
place
of
Beginning,
M
to
the
place
of
BEG1NNINO.
•endue,
at the Court Bouae In tha
library antone! ' « »a.m., with rain dates of Saturday ol volunteers to help with the show.
couree to Its Intersection with the
of LJoyd Road to ita Intersection TRACT TWO:
place, Midway Koaa House center line of Cllffaond Avenue: line
Borough of Freehold, County of Mon.
(an Township boundary line: thence
by Hw bulidma com aad Sunday, Oct. M and IT. Snow Heading the Hat will be M n . Bur-aaPolling
In the center of Tea mouth. N - » Jersey, on Monday the
Washington Street.
Uienee ffl) Southwesterly and West- O ) Southerly along the Matawan aaBEGINNING
Road at a corner common to the Nth dsy of September. IMS. at I
FOURTH ELECTION DISTRICT
feaceea will ba erected on her par ke* who wlH offer her professional
erly along the center line of Cliff
• Raritan Township boundof MaUwan, the Township o'clock, P.M. Prevailing Time.
All that part ol the Borough of wood Avenue to the place of BE.Township
aata" lawn aad painting, of ••»•• experience as an artist and the Matawan
ary line to the place of BEGIN Township
of Marlboro, and the Borough ot
bounded en the east and
located tn tha Borough
NING.
Matawan: thence ( I ) Northwesterly ot Premise*
aT» libnwy group will prates* • laora and professionals are re-knowledge she gained in conduct- northeast hy the boundary Une ol
Matawan, In Ihe County af Mow
tke Township of Uatawan, on the PoIHngf Place: Veterans' MemorPolling Plsc*: Matawan Township along the boundary line between the
* K aatstM ' Ow Library at theejneatasl EAiMtora a n ashed to ing the art show for the benefit of aouth
by the northerly boundary line ial Home, Cltffwood Ave. k flaw* Municipal Building, 117 Lower Main Township of Matawan and the Town- mouth and Stale of N>w Jersey,
the Bayshore Community Hospital. of the Township of Marlboro, on thethorn Street, Cliffwood.
*aft*ar aMattaf of Mi* Womaa'a M a g painting, for Mae.
ship of Marlboro to Ita Intersection seing mere particularly describee
•eat by the boundary line of the
with the boundary Une between tht as follows:
FIFTH ELECTION DISTRICT
'EIOHTII ELECTION DISTRICT
Also serving will be Mrs. J . E . E l - Township
Cbj* etf L W I M M Harbor. RahearaOaasJrjf KMwy Otwaaa
Being l e t No. 17 as shown M
of Matawan and on the BEGINNING at Ihe Intersection ol
County of Monmouth and tha Count)
BEGINNING
at
the
Intersection
ol
ap entitled "Lakevtew Propc.ty ol
Ramona'a life hung in the bal-singer, Neighborhood Chairman of aorMi br a Une emending as follows she center line of the freehold i the center line o! Ivyhill Drive and ol Middlesea: thencs ( i ) Northeastll» « « MHt tfcif WMfc.
te
wit:
Atlantic Highlands Rollroad and thethe center line of Line Road; thence erly along the Monmouth County - Matawan Trading Corp., Matawan
to now on It* winter ance between modern medical re- the Hofmdei • Ha/let Girl Scouts;
Avenue; (1) Northwesterly elong the cenlei Middlesex County boundary Une to Ita Borough, Monmouth County, N. J .
BEGINNING at a point whare the center line of Atlantic
every Monday from aeareli and a d«adly kidney dis- Mrs. James Ackerson, Mrs. John center line ol New Brunswick Ave. thence (I) Northerly nnd North- line of lvyhlll Drive to Its Intersec- Intersection with the center Une ofFiled February f, 1990 In the Montomeruli nephritis, Frera, Mrs. Robert C . Candy and nue la Intersected by the boundary westerly along the Township ot Mat- tion with the center line of Lloyd New Brunswick Avenue; thence (3) mouth County Clerk'a Office In Caaa
a.m.; every Tuesday eaae, chronic gfomeru
Southwesterly Southeasterly, Southwesterly, South- 49, Sheet 19.
victim had suffered
miffere from this Mrs. William B. Barton, all of Una of the Township ol Matawan awan • Borough of Mntawan bound- Hoad; thence (2)
tad Thinday from 7 to I:M p.m.; The
Being commonly known and
Uience (1) In a northerly direction ary line, said boundnry line bclnf along the center line of Lloyd Road easterly, and Northeasterly along tht
disease iinoe childhood. The ail-Holmdei.
the
center
line
of
Allnniie
Avenue
along
the
eaaterly
edge
of
Lake
Lefto
Its
intersection
with
the center boundary line between the Township nated aa No. S Miriam Place.
"*mf W i d t i a i y from 1:M p.m.ment involve* failure of the kidOffers of food have been received ferta to the cully that runs In the and the center line of Dock Street to line of Stale Highway Route 34; of Matawan and the Borough of Mat- ou(h of MaUwan, New Jersey
. • • • < • . , MMI every Saturday from neys to function. She tad been
Locust Place; thencs (2) Ita Intersection with the center line thence (3) Northwesterly along the awan to Ita Intersection with the cen The approximate amount of the
to provide a luncheon snack bar. bsck of
a line drawn down the center at stafswnn Creek; thence 121 center line of Stale MlKhway Itout'* ter line of Texas Ro«d; thence (4) Judgment to be .atlsfled by aald
i f M . M l •.!!>.
making twice • weekly trips to B. However, more volunteers will be along
aald gully to a point where the Northeasterly and Easterly along the :t4 to its Intersection with the center Southwesterly along the center line sate la the sum of 118,000 together
Bvery reaMent of Madison Town- S. Pollack Hospital, Jersey City, needed to help Mrs. Hofsoss execute of
center Une of Schenck Avenue inter- center line of Matnwan Creek to the line of South Atlantic Avenue; thence of Texas Hoad to the place of BE.with tha costa of this sale.
* * > i i mvKcd to ute the library to undergo peritoneal dialysis. the art show planned by Ramona, sects the center line of Main atrret; point of Imundury between the Town. <4) Easterly and Northerly along ihe GINNING.
JOSEPH A. SHAFTO.
thence 13) along the aaid center
of Matnwun nnd the Borough ot center line of South Atlantic Avernii
Sheriff.
Polling Place; Matawan Regional
These treatment., lasting from 12 who would have been 23 years of tin* on Main St. in a northerly ship
Keyport; thence (3) Southerly alone to Its intersection with the ucntel High School, Atlantic Avenue.
Dated Aug. 17. IMS
direction
to
a
point
where
the
aald
lo
24
hours
each,
are
designed
to
Mrs. Jams* Berger and M n
Dorentus, Jlusseii, Faaano aV
Hose K. Wcnzel
age oh Aug. 31. Anyone wishing center line of Main Street Intersects the Township of Matnwan • Dorouitn tine of Church Street; Uience (SI
Keyport boundary line to Its Intet- Southeasterly along the center line
Township Clerk
Nicosia. Attys.
laaaa Vineyard were welcomed as replace the kidney function by to exhibit paintings and drawings, the center Une of state Highway M: of
with the center line of the ol Church Street to its Intersection jl« »155.4(l
j i t S35.W
Uience (4) along Ihe aaid center line aectlon
w * membera of the Board ol draining the peritonea' cavity,
Freehold Ic Atlantic Highlands Rail- with the center line of Line Rend:
or to help in any capacity may call
ot State Highway .14 to
ilnt where road; thence (4) Southwesterly QlonK thence (fl) Southerly along the cenrnntan.
According to Mrs. Hofspss, her Mrs. Hofsess.
ihe said center line of '.tale >llyh the center line of the Freehold A At- ler line of Line Itond to the plnce
Mm. WlUiam Weeki Is in charge daughter first was stricken when
Realizing science
miraculously way 34 Intersects the rondbed of the lantic Highlands Railroad, passing of BEGINNING.
over the plnco of beRlnntntf to the I'ulllnn Plnce: Rlrathmore Elcmen
it scheJulIng librarians for duty she was 10. She seemed to recover, had kept her alive for 14 months Central Railroad of New Jersey.
Polling place, Frenenu Independent Intersection of the center line of tary .School, Church Street.
temi September.
•
but became violently 111 In I9G3. until her death three wechs ago on flrehouse.
State Hlghwny Route 3-1; thence (51
Freneau Ave.
NINTH ELECTION D1STHICT
Putnam Dye Sold Exclusively
Southerly nlnnK tho center line ot
Despite constant medical attention, AUK. 21, she left a sealed message
FIFTH E1.KCT1ON D1STHICT
BKCINNING ut tho Intersection ol
All that part of the Borough ot Slate flifhwjiv rinulo .14 lo Us Inlor- tho ct'Uler line vT Stale Highway
her condition worsened until the for her mother
" I feel that,
section with t!ie center lino nf Smilh Route .'14 vvllh lhi> boundary line bu.
Mntaw.in
hounded
on
tho
tvest
by
kidneys barely were lunctioni. . perhaps, In the future they will be
boundary line of the Townnhlp Atlantic Avenue: Ihenco (0) Easterly tween Mnlmnin Township and MnrlShe began her trealments at theable to help some poor persons
Madison, on
the north
by
'.heand Northerl}- alontf the center iinc boro Tmrrishli;; thence (1> Northerly
utwistauu,
HIS \Mtv
IIWI ui
ur
•JIB?
of Smith Atlantic Avenue to Us InJersey City Hospital when a medi- because of me. I believe 1 have **•
Fre* Patting
boundary line ot the Township ot tersection with tho cenler line of alnnii the center line of State HighRoute 34 to Its Intersection with
123 Main St. — Matawan — 566-9777
cal research unit fcr kidney ail- contributed something to medical Matawan and on the south OJH! east Church Street; thence (7) Easterly way
til Reir
Captain Frank Bertulls ol thements accepted her for treatment. science and thus, perhaps, my life by a Una extending aa follows to wli along the center line of Church the center line of Uovd Houd; thence
at a point where the Street to Its Intersection with the (2) Northeasterly alonK the center
Matawaa Township First Aid andThe unit, became of extremely lim- was not unimportant. 1 have not BEUINMNQ
WE
MUST
BE
DOING
SOMETHING
RIGHT
I
line
of
Lloyd
Hoad
to
Its
Intersection
center line ol Slam llujliway 34 In center
lino of Atlantic
Avenue;
I U W H Squad announced that the ited facilities, handles only a few
the center line of Ivyhllt Drive;
teraects the boundary line ot the ihenco (B)
nlonK the cen-with
lived in vain."
Township of Madison thence I I ) tn ter line of Northerly
thence (3) Southeasterly alone the
Thurs.,
Fri..
Sat.
Op«n
Until
I
A.M.
lajMai. answered i l l calls (or thepatients.
Atlantic
Avenue
to
the
center line of Ivyhill Drive to l t l InSome of her 53 paintings will be an easterly direction along the aald place of IIEOINNING.
M a t h of August. Among t h e * calls
center line of icnld State Highway 34
tersccllon with Ihe center line (if
Or. Norman Laaker, Professor
Other Days — S A.M. to 11 P.M.
Polling Place: Mntawnn Township Line Hoad, the boundary line bv••are 11 emergency transports, M of Renal Diseases at Jersey City on exhibition. Others planned for to a point where the euterly edge
of Lake Lefferta Interaecte aald cen. Jnae 4 Chemical Co. Fire House. tween Mntnwnn Township and Holmthe show never were completed.
tmasrirw, 24 accidents, 10 fires.
1ST Una of state Highway 34: thence IS tower Main Street
:i> along Ihe easterly side of Lake
t t o aammunity aervica calls. The
Leffarts In a northerly direction to
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
a«Md's ambulance, travelled 2«SI
Prospect Point: thence (3) elong a
Una) drawn acroas Lake Lefferla from
lalaa aatd awnbtra donated « S Block "J" on Plat Plan ol Lochslea Lane. Matawan, N. J.
Prospect Point in a northeasterly dl
Halihti, a Homa alt development
Treasurer—Vincent Vinci, IS Wash- rectlon to Ravine Drive; thence (41
along a Una drawn acroaa tha gully
t h l l l l m ! Ralph Haspel again rt- at Matawan. Haw l a n a y . fllad May Ington Ave.. Matawan, N . J.
I, ISM in Mon outh County Clerk'a
lo the lefl of Highland Avenue to a
Trustee—Stuart
Lewis,
101
Cortttsaah township residents who have Wflci as Uap No. 1-J.
point at tha end of Liberty Street:
land Lane, Matawan. N . J.
not m a * their cattfribuiioti to the TOGETHER with all »nd alngular
Trustee-Ted Schofield, U Jubilee thence IS) along a line parallel with
Matawan Road to Lie gulley which
« f M # t aawal hind drive that they the tanamenta, harwtltammta and ap- Ciiclt, Matawan, N. J .
Trustee-Thomas Falco. 3tC Van runs along Aberdeen Road; thence
tharsunto btlonglnf or
"m atttl sand k to the squad, la purtanancM
in anywlaa appartaintm, an tha rt-•rakle Rd., Matawan, N . J .
along s Una down the center of
lawrax* P.O. Box 412. Cliffwood.
Objections, If any. should be made
venlon or ravaralona, remainder and
Cully to a point where eame
ranalndara, ranta, laiuca aru proflta Immediately In writing to: The Town- Intersects with the center line ol
tkerabf, AND ALSO, all tht «tala. ship Clerk, Rosa X. Wemel, of The Matawan Road; thence 17) along the
U O A L NOTICE
said center Una of the Malawan
riaht. UUa. tntenat. moparty. poa- Township of Matawan.
atLilon. claim and damand whataoMatawan Township Hose A Road In a northerly direction to the
tnr, n wt): In law aa In equity of
Chemical Co. No. 1 Inc. Mint when the said center Una ol
mtutrrs SALE
Matawan Road tntersecta the bounMorttaior. of. In and to, tha
79 Lower Main street
~ COURT at NEW JERSEY
dary line of the Township of klsta
and tyary part and patcal
Matawan, N. J.
RCERV DIVISION
wan.
-JMOVTH
C ,UNTY
thereof, with the appurtenances, and Jit $19.30
Polling Place. Borough Building or
Docket No. F-2J3J-M
also all materials, equipment, furMiddlesex Road.
REGISTRY AND ELECTION
i Jnllad National Bank ot Cliff. nlsMnls or other property whatsoever
Margaret Vlebrock.
NOTICE
Park, a National Banklna As> nstalled or to ba Intlalled and uitd
BOROUGH O r MATAWAN
0
1 1
ank
" - af Ihs Vnlt-d States ol In and about tha building or buildings
Plaintiff ve: Richard I . now erected or hereafter to
Notice Is hereby given that qualified na no^o" "" "
voters of th» Borough ol alatawen
Lamaro and Elaine W, tensaro, his erected upon the landa herein
REGISTRY
AND
BLECTfON
not already registered In aald Bor"
OafsndanU
scribed . which are neceaaary to
NOTICE
af a WTH at •sacutlon complete* and comfortable/ use andough undtr tha lawa of New Jeraey
TOWNSHIP OF MATAWAN
stated action to sueoccupancy of such buildlnc or build- ajovarnlng permanent - registration,
Notice is Hereby given ttiat quail'
ill eapose for sale at Inas for the purposes for which they may register with the Borough Clerk. fled
voters of the Township ol Mataclerk ot change of resiat U M Court House •rare or a n to be erected, Including In or notifyatsaid
the clerk'a office. Borough wan not already registered In said
n af Freehold, County part all awnings, screens, shades, dence,
Hall. 150 Main St., Matawan, during Township under tha laws of New
fixtures,
and
all
healing,
lighting,
J •onmouth. New Jersey, on Mon.
business hours or direct to tha Com- Jersey governing permanent regisiajr she JKh day of September, isfts, ventilating, refrigerating, incinerating mfsslnner of Registration In Freehold. tration may register with the Townand cooking equipment and appurta* • t anytime between Wednesdsy, June ship Clerk, or notify aaid clerk ol
* ~ o'ek-ek. P.M. Prevailing Time.
" thai tract or psrc-l of land, nances thereto. Electric Range.
a. 19*5. and Thuraday, September 23. change of residence, at the Clark's
lying and belnf In Ihe Bor- Being commonly known and desig- IMS, during busineaa hours.
SUNDAY
office. Municipal BlrJg, UT Lower
f Matawan In tha County of nated
Mala St., in tha Township of Malaaa No. 19 Edgewatar Drive,
" In tha Stats ol Naw Jar.Matawan,
Nolle* of change of residence ai wan, during buaine l hours, snd at
Naw Jeraey.
application tor transfer ot reflatrs- special sittings aa heretofore pub.
10
A.M.
to 12 Noon
Tha approximate amount of tha Moa shall be wade aluicr br written
udgment to be satisfied by said request forwarded to tha Borough lished. or direct to the Commla.
sloner
ol
Regiatration
In
Freehold
sale Is the aura ol »1S,MO together Clark or Board or by calling tn par•etween Wednesday, June 1, 19*5, and
BOB at Ike oMca of trie Borough Thursday,
September i>, I9t>.
Clerk e t County Board ot Elections
•si la and Including September t l . Notice af saaaaa m residence ei
aajpUcatfcM
for transfer of regtstra
Sheriff.
Joa shall ba made either br writDated Aug. IS. IBM
On. Thursday, September » . IMS. tan
request
forwarded to the Town.
Dlrkion ft CraigMon, Attya.
Mil Ml I
Me registration books will be closed
Clerk er the Commissioner ef
IIS |37.aO
until after tha forthcoming General ektp
ktaglBtratlon In Freehold on forma
CAHfUlLY AND COIMCTW
BlectlMs oa Tuesday, November I . provided
MONMOUTH COUNTY
by said Township Clerk, or
SURROGATE'S COURT
FITTIO AT
or by catling 1n peraon
NOTICE TO CREDITORS TO PRE- NoUeo la M rira*» given that Die Commleetoner
tha office ot tha Township dark
SENT CLAIMS AGAINST ESTATE •Met
—
Boards ol
J Election and Regis- at
rar Commissioner of Registration up
ESTATE OP rHANK BEOLF MAR' try la and for the Borough of Ms- te
and including September 23. IMS.
tawan. County of Monmouth, State
TIN, DECEASED
on this metering Scotts
On Thursday. September 19, IMS,
Purauant to the order of DONALD of New Jersey, will meet at the the ragiatratlon books uill be closed
If you have a problem
, CUNNINGHAM, Surrogate of the Pisces hereinafter designated on
Spreader when purchasuntil after the forthcoming General
TUESDAY,
NOVEMBER
2nd,
1915
County of Monmouth, thla day made,
election on Tuesday, November I,
lawn, you can spread
SaaclaliiiM la
on the application of the undenlgned, octween the hours of 7 a.m. snd H 11105.
ed
with
any
Scotts
proWilliam I Martin. Adml lalrator of p.m. for the purpose of conducting the
Notice Is hereby given that the DisJUVENILE
ERASE to wipe out what
tha eitaU of the aid Frank Bedte general election for tha election of trict Board of Registry and Election tn
duct.
Regular
19.95,
One
Governor.
Martin. dactaMd, notice Is hereby
and for tha Township ol MaUwan,
Two State Senators.
FOOTWEAR
you have. A week later
liven to ike) creditors of aald deceaied
County of Monmnuth and State of New
now
only
14.95
in
comThree members of Ihe General As- Jersey will meet at the places hereo> preient to the aald Administrator
NORMAL snd COMECTIVt
you sow Scotts seed
inafter designated on
their clatma under oath within eix sembly.
bination purchase.
One She nil.
SHOf S FOR TOTS thru Tf INS
month* from thli date.
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER I , IMS
Two Members of the Monmouth between
right into the dead stubDated: August J4th, 1«SS
the
hours
ot
7
a.m.
and
8
County Board of Freeholder.
p.m. tor the purpose of conducting
Scuff u p
William J . Martin
Three Coroners.
ble. A n d you can ferihe general election for tha election
IS Park Avenuo
SANDALS and SNIAKIRS
Mayor.
of:
Matawan. N. J . ,
Two Councllmen for the lull term.
With Cmhloma! ArcliH
tilize with Turf Builder
One
Governor.
Admlniitrator
Tax Assessor.
Scientifically Camtruciaal
Two state senators.
Philip 3. Blanda, Jr., I i q .
Tax Collector (Unexpircd
term)
the same day.
Three membera of the Qeneral Asrieetwood Drive
The sessiunR of the r*-gjslry board sembly.
lailet, '
i.
DOCTORS PRISCmrtlONS
will ba held at the following colling
Now's Ihe time t o use
One Sherllf.
places:
FILLED
Two Members of tho Monmouth
H i m ELECTION DISTRICT
ERASE — to take adCounty Hoard of Freeholders.
All
that
oart
ol
the
Borough
ol
219 SMITH STREET
Three Coroners.
Matawan, BEGINNING at ii point
NOTICE
vantage
of the b e s t
Seven
Councllmen-at-Large.
Take notice that The Matanan where the renter JJne ol Main Street
PERTH AMBOY
The session* of the registry boards
Township Ifoie ft Chemical Co. No.intersects the boundary line of the will
seeding timo of the year.
be held at the following rolling
I Inc. trading aa The Matawan Town- Township ot atatawfin ttience I D
Jutt 4 Doort From
ihlp Hogs A Chemical Co. No. 1 •long the said center line of Main
turn, Railroad Station
FIRST ELECTION DISTRICT
Inc. haa applied to The Township Street in a southerly direction to the
nr.GINNlNG nt the intersection ot
•arkinf Lot
Committee of the Township of Mat- bridge on Main Street south ot South
2,500 sq f t 9.95 — $ 7 . 9 5
awan tor a Club Liccnve foi- prem- Street; theitc* (2) along A line drnivn ho center line of State Highway
Stare H a u n f i M t a ' a i M
the center of the gully crnsnl Houto :i.i mid Ihe center line of Matlsea situated at 75 Lower Mnln Street, down
Man. I Frl, till f P.M.
by
the
laid
bridge
to
Lake
L
e
l
f
e
r
l
;
awnn
Crepk;
thence
(1)
SouthwesterTownship of Matawan.
thence (3) In a northerly direction ly along tho center line nf MaUwan
CLOSED
President—Richard Ltwlckl, 7 Oak along
- • • - - -the
• - easterly
- • edge
• o f Luke "Let Creek lo the bniiiiUary lino between
lhadea Ave., Matawan, N. J .
to Prospect Point; thtnee («) tho Township nf Matnwnn nnd tlir
WEDNESDAYS
Vice President—Thomas Hlaraplel, ferta
along a tine drawn across Lake Let- IlormiKli of Mntnwnn: thence (2)
HI Willow Ave., Matawan, N. J .
ferta from Prospect Point tn a north- Northwesterly nlontf the Township
Secretary—Peter Valise. 10 Norwood easterly direction to Hnvine Drive: of Mntmv.-m - nnrmttfh of Matnwnn
thence (8) along a line drawn HCI-USS b»uml;ir}' Jltie to its Intersection
tha gully to the left of Highland with tho center line of Matawan Av
Avenue to s point at the end or Lib-pnii(!; thRnco (3) Nfirtlieiistorly nlong
erty Street, thence («) along a line thn center line nf Mntawan Av*»ue
parallel with Matawan ltoail tn thr to Its Intersection with the center
gully which runa along Aberdeen lino nf Cllffwond Avenue: thence (•)
Hnarl,. thence (7) along a line down Knsterly nlmiK the cmiler "no of
tha center of tills gulley to s point Cllffuncxl Avemtu to Ita Intencctlnn
where lame Inlitrsect* with the M M . wllh the renter line nf thu Rtnle
tar Una of Matawan lload; thence [Hi IIIKhiuiy Kmito .13; tnerice (SI South.
along the aald center line of Mat«u" i »attorlv nlonx thn renler line ol
Hoar] In a northerly direction In In
point where sold center line of Mnt Stntc IHnhwuv Itmile 3,1 In Um plnce
awan Hrmd Irttersecta the bnuiwlnrv
1'iillinx i>hcei ('llflK'noil Mrmnrlnl
line of tht Township of dinlnwim;
'hence ID) along the aald bmimliry Bchonl, Cllflwuml Avi',, Cllffivn.iil.
HK(.'nNf) KLKCTION DISTHICT
Jne of tha Township of MSIAWKH to
HK.RINNINCI nt Ihs Inlrrsrctliui ol
tha print or plara nf tlenlnnliiK
. Polling pines, V. t l C. A. liulhllng. ttin rnnlrr linn of Bute HlKlivvnv
Ilinitn :n wiih il,r. cenli'r liio "( cull,
Dross Up The Outside)
For Interior Painting
wnnd Avonile: thi'tico I I ) Wcnterly
SKCOND' ELECTION OISTIIICT
nl'iml II
nli'i- line of (.'liriuoiiil
of
Your
Hom«
With
Benjamin Moore's
All Dial n.irt nf lh* llnrntlgli ol AVfllllO In IM Inll'lil'l'lhu «HI| I ho
Matnwnn, UKdlNNINO nl a [.mmrcllt''t lino >>l MJIIIIWIIII Avr>nil(*:
REGAL
where Ihe cenltM- lino nt Mnln Miprl D.i'nni Ki rVuihuMlFrlv nli"i« Hie
1
' tnn rniikr line c,f Chiiii'h
Iliin of MtiiiuvnM Avrnim In
illrott, Uience I I ) In nil rn'.l'i 1 v ill cpnici
liinuiihiry iliif 1I''!WI*MI um 'I'IMMI.
mnlitm nl,)ruf Die center linn f t Hie
»nnl lh« ll-JinuHh >f
!hllri!h Biritel, tltpni'e ( I ) in an tnn Hlilp nt Ma\n\vm
lln'iii'ii i:ti N'lillmrr.li'ily
.cHy tllri'i'lltitl aliiiii( the trutu linn Mnlnwiinl
lit blUI'i'll Hlri-nl I" a null'! Thru' il'ill'lil'n'.li'ilr, ri'iillhwiti'llv,l NnllKHklri cfllirr thin nf t'lnili'll SlirrL In «,».l<'llv, tfollliwlt', mill .• '.lllli',ll'»|.
» tin bnuniliii.v ^ lilts nt the IM-IV nl'iiiK lln- T,i»ii«lil|> nf Mnlinviiii.
lliii.iiiilh ul Mill,., in liniimliuv line
In ll« lnli.KWlli.il n IMi Itn. li-.midiirv
Ivarythlnf for tht ftsmp ant) Coin Collator
nlonjf snlil boiiMilitry tins of Ih*1
Tiivnalili) ul Mninwnn til • pmni Illln linlvMM'li 1 Hi.' CnilulV nl Al 1.1. ll...
wHnr9 flaid lunimi/iiy Itiip iDl^r^frl.a hi.r nlnl Uii t'-.inilv nl MnliitlntilHi
TMI UftCIJT STOCK 0 * AllUMS AMD SUPPLIES AT THE SHORE
lie L'eiilrr tin* of Atliiiitlo Avrim*. tlii'ln'" (41 Nnllln" Iv rtml ttftt Ilicfifil.
Uioitna (Kl alimg unlit miter line nl filv ulniii! ||in h.. ii' tin v linn IIMWKKH
At-Jttntto Avenii* l<> a tmlnl ulicr» III" Mnl'lli.M'K fnlliilV mill MnrililnlllM
Mlnkirt 6 U U Album
I9M • Guidebook of
hi CFiilnr line f t Allniilk' Avmun Cnitnlv (n th« t'r«nfer tine nf iviml*
ntataoctn lbs cpnlcr line <if Main Cii->'iti il >•" ini •mtitiiiirlv and
I f M - Svppl.
U. S. Celm (R«d Book)
LARGE SELECTION OF COLORS
Nniliii'ii'-li'ilr flmiB Ihe t"pnt*f linn
llr««ti (liftK'1 tl) nU,n,
t Wluilti ("i-rr-k
* ft)
In lt« Inlar,
Inlfmntinn
IHlS) n( Mull! HlrMt III
sntllllff IV n(
|J.M^
$175
wllh M.I. r....i.> line nf Blnl" Illeli
illrmtlim lo lilt U'JIIII
lilacs ul 1VIIV ll'illlo .I", IliriliU l«l BnMll.i'l.M
Hdslmilfig,
nl'ilili lll« rt'lilnr lint* nf plulr
rolling place, Wn«1ihiW"» f.Hillii'
i
nv Monti 119 lii 1'IP nlniK n
Comnnny rill 1 Itnuia mi l.ini" MlH'*i
•ftCIAUZIN* IN COINS t lTAMFio» THI UNITID ITATII
I M NNI
I
MI
Tffitffj f.i.f.cnun iiiirmri
I'MIIIIH I'IIH'S. n n | * . i |
All Hint 1'nil nf lh» It'ii ,,imii I.I1 |T|< M I'll t i l l , MllllHl,
ana Coin
Wt luy yalt.a* S M w ^ f o f e l i ^ l
Malswnii, liKCllNNINII nl a i.m,.
' ir* lite fr-nter lin" i'f MHIII
*m^^i
•fti'i'iiti la.nt'i'ttiN
i
rxtMli* ill* t'enlifl- llnf «(f CMIIH li
I I K I I I f l M l . l l nl \W I flsl't'lliiii ill
,...'»!, Ihllli'e I I I III » •Mlllliailv <tl
nf MATAWAN
r»<i|li>n >MnK t l i ' unlit i»ul«t lint al Ilic i-vntht HUP
lm nl «HIP
4sill Hired I" lh« tnillrv mmlli nl1 I'llttfrK nilli llm I'p'.IHf lmi
fH
kiulh Mliitrit, llifMC* U l slniil! till Itli'hWnv tlmllf In ll.p-iir. ill l flnHli:
: "Oiif 13th Ytar In Sutlnsu"
A'f'llft' Ifll* L'fltlPf ll^f Hi
Ins rtnwii Ida i'(iiil«f nf (Kill gtilli UaWtIV
Hhltn
HlKHrtflv
tlnlllP
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In
It" I»|PI"
n l.ftk* I,«II»H.| th«ni'# H I lit •
M MONMOUTM IT,, RID IANK H\Ot>U
ftprlinrt \Mtli ttit* rrnlrr
lln? nt Lllttilly uYficiJoi niiini th» tu
Wnnil Avpinin; fli"«*' 1 Hi m»rWw"»attil IJ«M« i,p roia is I I I »
tt OutdoorArt
WASH • DYE • DRY
Townuhip Fint Aid
Antwen 118 Call*
HAPPY HOUR LAUNDROMAT
a
SAVE 2
when you buy
LAWN CLINIC
TURF BUILDER
and Scotts seed
SSbA
n
•2.00
Off On
•5 OFF
CDCaflAI I
THIS
J r EvIHL '
RIAL ESTATE
INSURANCE
BONDS • AUTO • HOME OWNERS
ERASE
WEEK-END ONLY 9 9
Regular
7 .«
"
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BARRETTS BLACKTOP SEALER
c GAL. 5 c 95
CAN
Winter's Drawing Near.. Painting Time is Here!
John L Tattini Agency
MATAWAN
117 MAIN ST.
5M-0041
MOORGARD
HOUSE PAINT
WALL SATIN
95
6.'
Gal.
5.95
Gal.
OPKN SUNDAYS 9 A.M. TO 1 P.M.
MMMMilfc Stanp ft C *
Tony's
HARRIS HARDWARE
130 Main Street -We Deliver - 566-1013 - Matawan
Ji
THE MATAWAN JOURNAL, N. J .
I*. IfM
First Section — Pag* S«v«i
Takaa U-Maalk Caana
Gradual** At Baiabridga
Tha graduation ceremony ell I>ST to meet the increasing demand July 22 aboard the Naval Air I t *
Alti fJwpard after hii history mak- sending out radio beaooa navigalag suborfcital flight. So far in the tion signal!.
Capt. Glac P. Modica, son of
Electronics Technician Second maxed the Prep School's summer for qualified officers in the scientif- Uoa, Pensacola, Fla.
For more than hair t century,
Gemini teriei. the Quoaiot Point.
The weather data, with emphasis Mrs. Maria B. Freelove. K Main Class Richard D. Graham, U.S. Na- course of refresher studies in En- ic and engineering fields.
Pensacola has been the hub of tha
R.I., hased ahip has recovered a oa conditions at high altitudes, is St., Keyport, is now attending the vy, son of Mr. and Mr». Warren R. glish, chemistry, physics, algebra,
Bepotta To Peasacoia
vast Naval Air Training Command
blackened capsule following the li- provided directly to aircraft and U.S. Army Command aad Genera! Graham, 3) Piersall Rd., Old and trigonometry. Tha couna la
Aviation Structural Mechanic Air- where every Naval and Marina
Ml unmmued CT-1 suborbital relayed to the U.S. Weather Bur- Staff College at Fort LeavKWorth, Bridge, was among 146 graduates designed to prepare NESEP candishot.
eau to be included in forecasts for Kan. Capt. Modica begaa the 10-of the summer Navy Enlisted Sci- dates, selected Navy • Marine man Earl W. Again, U.S. Navy, Coip* pilot starts on his way to
son
of Earl W. Agans, 17 Madison ward earning his Navy "Wings of
U I M Champlaia has been in ser- worldwide aeronautical and gener- month regular couraa of Ike col-entific Education P r o g r a m Corps personnel, for enlnnc* into
Ave., Old Bridge, reported for duly Gold."
vice slace IMS. the was called out al use.
civilian
colleges
to
work
for
a
(NESEP)
session
which
ended
Aug.
lege Aug. M along with (71 U.S.
Torpadaaua's Mate l i r s a l C U a a •J retirement la 1H* for sir action
Oo station the Spencer also
I, at the Naval Preparatory School, baccalaureate degree. Upon grad• M a r t r . Coto. aaa at Mr. aadks the Korea* conflict. The big ves- makes scientific studies of the Army and 7a allied officer*.
uation from college he will be sent
The purpose of the course is to U.S. Naval Training Center, BainMr*. M l * a Cats, I t Barklsy tal v a t later converted from at- ocean. Information collected. Into Officer Candidate School, NewM , OM *Mat. aad Hospital l a c k H satl-submarine carrier and cluding wale,- samples, wave mea provide officers with a working bridge, Md. He will attend the Uni- port, K.I., where he will receive
CWPMMM Hiiral Claw EutcM * • ailltnsfl to the Atlantic Fleet's An- surements and samples of micro knowledge for wartime and peace- versity of Kansas.
his commission.
Wart. a » a< Mr, aai H n l i t w tt-Submsrine Force.
soopic plant life, is sent to the time duty as commanders aad gen- NESEP if one of the opportuniWeighiag some 45 Ml tons, the Coast Guard Oceanographic Unit eral staff officers of divisions and ties aviilabe to enlisted men for ob- The Chier of Naval Personnel IntmOrluai, I lycMOM Dr.. HatB*. hot* (athtlML Navy, arasarv carrier c u steam at over 3t knots. in Washington, D.C., for u»ei>y the logistical commands.
taining a commission as an officer. stituted the NESEP program in
lag afcaarai HM ami aahaaarlaa war Wrty-three aircraft comprising a government Interagency CommitCapt. Modica was last stationed
ftrt aircraft r»»rlar Uk» Chtm- carrier, air group, are on board for tee on Oceanography.
ia Vietnam, fie was graduated
, plata, «Mck « M Hit priaury n- aaarch and recovery work In this
Search and rescue rounds out the from Southside High School, Elcavwy styfortha Privet deal- Mission:
major duties of the Spencer while mira, N.Y., in 1952 and St. ton*77> * . 0 M (GMilai T i l t M ) * l ^ < - * y
oa stafion. Located hundreds of venture (N.Y.) University in I»N.
fta
Caaat
Caart
CaMtr
intertein Your Fem3y and Friend* At Our
frEftjMtt at astronaut* Cartel Cwper
His father, John B. Modica, lives
Filnman Apprentice Hugh A. miles at sea and beneath major at 401 Broad St., Bioomfield.
overseas
airline
routes,
she
Is
Tkf M ? wai b e l t s * (• a pri- RaynoJds. U.S. Coast Guard, son ol ready to divert from normal duties
Cited Far AcMevcatoas
v a c y IwdtRi .ttUM* torn* Ml Mr, and Mrs. William J, Reynolds, to render assistance to ships in
• l l n aortheatf 9tU* Salvador i» 71 Centre Ave., Ea>t Keaastwrg, distress or ditching aircraft.
U.S. Army Spec. 4 Douglas A.
•Mttlaa to aluck tht aatraaauli and is serving aboard the Coast Guard
Troljan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Domltttlr a m l n i I spacecraft from the Cutter Spencer, an ocean station
aick A. Trolian, 1«5 Second St.,
la BaMaHaa Raratvlag Award
AUaatlefaUowlaitha pluil.kW.MO veasrl operating out of New York.
Keyport, recently was presented a
U.S.
Army
Specialist
Four
Ken• I I * JaurMy.
Rotating with other cutlers, she
Certificate of Achievement at the
Dvriag liftoff aad through the stands month long watches on var- neth X. Snow, IS, who lived at 623 U.S. Army Depot Japan (USADJ),
Ave,. Union Besch, is Sagaml.
ariiical phase of orbital Insertioa, ious stations at sea performing a aCambridge
Member of the 720th Military Po.
taka Champlaia occupied a ooti- multi urpose task.
12 NOON UNTIL I KM.
The 23-year-old soldier was cited
Mea Battalion which has been preAs part of tha U.S. contribution aeated the III Corps Superior Unu for his outstanding performance
Uoa oa the spacecraft's (round
EVERY MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY
track, ready to recover the astro- o t t h e International Civil Aviatoln Award for the fiscal year 1965.
of duty from May through July
llfceMaal
m
M«ta It the minion wai aborted In Organization she collect* weather
The award, presented Aug. 13 at 1965.
data for use by transoceanic flights
her a n a .
Or Yoar Caeice . . . •
aaal U l t Marietta
Spec, Trolian, a parachute rigger
Fort
Hood,
Tex.,
was
made
on
the
and
provides
a
navigational
checkU t t oT the ttnlght deck c a r
AB Yo» Caa Bat For
- W-M7I
with the 5t!Hh Quartermaster Comr i m , "Tha Champ" was st tea on point for aircraft by confirming basis ol the unit's ability to pany, USADJ, entered th« Army in
aaW I I May I. 1MI. to recover titronaut positions through radar fixes and achieve superior ratings on inspec April 19!>9, and completed basic
v
lions, assembly test exercises and
A VARIETY OF SEA FOOD EVERY FRIDAY
mobility test exercises, weapons training at Fort Dix. Before comHCXMOH - OY»©m ARIA
qualification, hljjh reenlislmertt rat- ing to Japan in December 1964, he
Ctt.l.» T«
was assigned to the 623rd Quartertings and low AWOL ratings.
e Waddina*
• S4»qu»h
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master Company, Ft. Bragg, N.C.
m CoH— Strap
a C»ckt.il L»unf<
The 720!h also was recognized
Uif* DiKlnf t—m
Spec.
Trolian
attended
Keyport
for Its high state of readiness when
it deployed its men and equip- High School for two years and comIMClUMt' ft- N M ) Hsf W«fw . CMliiif 6 e i
fcrim Clyk It Ttaanh and Air Cmment (over 100 jeeps and trucks) pleted his high school equivalency
in an airlift to Selma, Ala., in in I960 throuRh the Army's General
HI WAY 35 A BEDLE RD. — KEYPORT
TV and Pkone outltw. 11 cu. It. refrigerator, parking ana waik-ln
March and arrived only 10 hours Educational Development program.
HIGHWAY 35 end HOLMDEL RD. — HAZLiT
•tonga I M I I I U S I . I C M I I M M rooim • larje clwtta, Walk. to ahoppln*
after notification. The battalion Ilia wife, Paula, lives In Cliffwood.
K i u . BUMS, a«hMla twtm CM» tor ftnants Onlr
was highly responsible for the protection of the civil rights march
Plait Mopping Ctnltr at
from Selma to Montgomery.
Aya. M Mldtfl* Road, than
From lit is
is
HasMt *<
Spec. Snow entered the Army In
slralaM »»«d
May 1963. lie attended Keyport
264-1846
High School.
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34 AND CAMBRIDGE DR., MATAWAN
IHE MATAWAN JOURNAL. N. JL
Long Branch Scrims
20-13 Vs. Matawan
14, IMS
Marlboro, Tliree Madison Teaaw,In
Pop Warner; Locals Lose In Opener
Pietrewicz And His Teammates Celebrate
Pop Warner football opened auspiciously as to public interest but
unhappily at to scorw in this area
this past Sunday. Two of the organiiatiotm played hoe! in opening
games to rivals that were defending cha»:pions. The Mat»wan Falcons took on Die Middletown Eagle* in an opener in the Jersey
Shore Pop Warner loop at the old
Matawan High field. The Eagles
showed they had not lost anv of
their potency over the IVTmonths' layoff by administering -i
274) thumping to the game nut outpowered Falcons.
In the opening game of a n«\vlyfornu'd league, the South Middlesex loop, the Matawan Township
Pop Warner Huskies ran into the
Vailsburg Vikings at the Matawan
Regional gridiron. The Valisburg
team prevailed 20-0. Tht Newarkers were admitted to the South
Middlesex loop after they had
caused so much damage in Essex
loops that teams up that way were
telling them to "go away."
Raritan Township's forces journeyed to Rumson. The report had
Kotten around that the pint - sized
Purple Bulldogs were only the shadow of their former selves and
would be a soft touch this season.
This turned out to be anything but
the case. The Rurnsonites turned
loose a raging demon of the chalkmarks, one Pete Roardon. against
the Rams from Raritan and he was
altogether more than Coach Leo
Moran's boys could take.
Came Al Fair Haven
Matawan Falcons will go to Fair
Haven Sunday with a bit more
hope, as the Fair Haven team was
edj:ed by Long Branch in its opener 13-12. Hut Raritan plays host to
Mlddlutown Sunday in Its opening
game.
The next home game for the Matawan Township Little Huskies will
be Sept. 2<i with Marlboro, a new
Wain in Pop Warner football. The
Marlboro eleven got off to a bumpy
start in being thumped by Sayre
Woods South Sunday 32-0. Bob
McMillan scored three times and
George Hayes twice in the Rebs'
victory. But their defeat did nothing to hamper the enthusiasm of
the Marlboro players and they look
forward with groat eagerness to
their game against the Matawan
Township team. Sept. 26 at Matawan Regional field.
Tho forces of Matawan Township
Coach Kd I.edford will go next Sunday to Metuchen to take on the
Toy Uulldogs of .that place. Meluehen thumped the Istlin Giants
20-13 in Ihcir opener Sunday.
Many New Face*
Coach Ledford lias taken into his
fold all the players who were cast
adrift when the Clifrwood VFW
team was not returned to action
this season. Ledford and his assistants, John Walsh, Dick Jouaneau,
George Raymond, Fred Wehrle,
•atsaJ 9. liaHtt. SMart
Pfev, tmwmrtt af «t Maw
tte
tumiij. Im mi.'wh.
•lMJ SSK
r, wb'aasrated
'aairalad a
» fltritt
Boriat abep
shop
«d by • ckardTiaVwtb Aartoy
TwoRcwunFron
Raritan Ouapb
Mtat taeceaefu! snorts t e a * ol
H ttum achasi year M this a n a ,
ska MntaaTowasamHIfh School
mmtf Mtam. resumed opfar a new seaaoa this
a w * . Haatwr. Coach Bill UrnMM af the cbsace that exists
M t l W harriers caa repeat
Ms «C- their 1M4 predecessors ia winniog
rAB^nmfaawa a-Waj -y^-*-^ _____
•»».
^ ^ ^ * * V £ • • # • •WnaTJal WaaW • a W R l l P T ihe state Croup II cfaempionilup.
All ol that championship outfit
trasMbsj. M M ftt work of Ae MttM » a • « aai MM dafeaaive back- have gone oa Uw» way by graduaM d tor *a!kfaekies: The stufcb, tion but two, Tom Carlson and Ladd
Matawaa forwards had tht 2U-lb Biujuberjj. Tins will be Bluniberjj's
f
Bnadi WUMMUM
T M I third year in vanity competition.
ttehr rite and •raaninf. The Green Coach Unskold points out be has
• « • » M i ,|MW WM • t h a * always been a reliable scorer, even
of attar frustration as Iht Maroon If not a headliner, and contributed
This picture was Inken hi Ike clubhouse ten minute* after Alex
Md Start Uatbtekan. w t t Ed Har- greatly to the success the team at fictrewles, Keyport, sealed ia the center, shaking hands, had pitched
a a i W M the B M W that cltackcd Ike peaaaat ol Ike Qotbtc Provincial
U M M tor * • Craahy Cardtaak tost week. The bellies af tad* pea
The Baritaa a
t
ap b f me esharatkaj atayers make k abvleas that while Ike |oy
tor bif tHaas
UMaa tUa
this atasaa fram . . .
M f rssK a f l h e varsity basketball
bll
Alei Pietrewia, former Keyport
Sees New CaaaUiaas
•wadjal last yaar, Jot Pant and High a m u d ace, completed Ms
Pielrewicx sees the big league
K « • iht youa«et fourth year ia minor league base- club fsrm system managers runaf M •a Col—aa, a t di- ball this week when be returned ning into some new conditions they
r for the Roc- home from helping pitch the Gran- little bargained for in this venture
rewriting the
by Cardinals to the regular season in baseball outside the United
neord book ia INI.
pennant ol the Quebec Provincial States. The Keyportor noted he
League in Canada. He had joined was one of four Americans play. to whom thu the Granby team in early June ing on the Granby club and he
an"r~m'i~lI7i~ii ~ l l ~ T i "T*** * ? " • Raritaa coach is placing dependafter having opened the season in was induced to Join the club by a
Jpnaabta, ihe MMBIM h a w
Leo
teammate who was let out of the
•aoe are Larry Butler, Walt MahKtrris at tht weakalds guard slot; ler, Bob Lehanka, Tom Waiters, semi-pro ball with the South Orangu Milwaukee chain the same time as
John Barraaso, osnttr; Mike Grim- Gift Hallam and Dave Renx. Ihcre Colts, champions this year of the was he and found Jhn new tie in
Essex County League.
baseball in Canada. Nick Testa,
1
r t Cllki art newcomers beyond these, hut
Coach Lenskold must see a good
In his three prior years in minor formerly with (he San Francisco
Giants,
was managing the club and
the tacfchl aMs where rwervet Md more of them before any additions league baseball, Pietrewicz had
to ttw varsity squad listed above been attached to farm clubs of the welcomed having an American
a n made.
Milwaukee Braves, but he was one pitcher.
The ace d Rocket* croM-coun- of those turned loose this spring
ln the taekMM, Htrrii Md OtrThe difficulty with the Canadian
an s o haft ways. Ed Joaet
Ja
to too- try running last year was John when the Milwaukee team disband- players was two-fold, Pietrewicz
back M < DOBS Edward
"
" wtagbaek Wentt, now a (rethrow at the Uni- ed nil but three of its minor league found. One was that they worked
On Vtt w N N i W Mai Edwardt versity of Maryland oa a track affiliates to cut overhead after at other jobs during the day and
noves toaaftfyoa ttedefeaatt with
h acbofartmp. Weau haa received a severe financial setbacks.
tne club was limited lo playing
Gary RMk DMMI Mwdo aad Jim
Jim bid to report for the Terrapin.
It appears now that the former three night games and a weekend
U
Uum mow to M Haiitcfcm to • oah crosscountry team.
Keyport High southpaw w i l l be day game with no practice. But
aecoadary dataaaa n i t had lo bt The Raritaa UH-aMMalera will back under a big league farm sys- the more important angle, from the
wtirthr rebuilt afcar ikjtamm were
i at Jackson Town- tem contract next season. The suc- standpoint of practical baseball,
•»"*a out la June. Bat after SatM and wW vsttt Pt. cess of the Grsnby Cardinals has was that the Canadian members of
•rd«y, atMte OMgJ*ia«t about how
aroused the interest of the big the team regarded baseball as
In October, the Rtritaa harrier league St. Louis Cardinals snd an merely an activity with which to
•tote osllt tor: Oct. «, Henry Hud- agreement has been signed looking keep in shape in the interim beimum
look forward now to •on Regional, home; •, Ukewood, towards making the Granby club a tween hockey seasons. Alt looked
takin» M Red Bmk at It a.m. Sat- •way;
•way 12
12, Pt
Pt. Ptaaaut
B h S t Louis affiliate neat year. In- forward to joining professional or
Ptotaant Borough,
wday at the M W M I I W M d la •
semi-professional hockey tesma for
l H a J i MM wIM M hifWy at* Oeeaa Comly Central Rational, deed, the promising way the Pro- the winter season at this time. The
vincial
League
it
shaping
up
has
t, MM* Ibt R«i Buk (earn home; II, Central Jersey M M ; . » ,
idea of trying to better themselves
led other big league teams to adopt
iat I l
Short ConrertMe awe4; ». Short clubs of that circuit as farm teams. in baseball so they might gain a
• r
big
league contract had no meanotVi•»
The Quebec Provincial League is
Ia NntwmbtT, the RocfeeM will fladina hereby the means to ex- ing for his Canadian teammates,
» at follows: Nov. J. Southern pand From eight clubs this year to Pietrewict points out, that the only
American professional sports teams
reeheld, away; I,
Matawaa.
Mmmmnil Ckmmp
home; t, Monmouth Ocean meet; teTialiat.
II,
NJS1AA
Mala;
2»,
NJSIAA
Om Muwnl of Bad Buk, Me
dent; Frank Sinkleria, secretary• t tht «M tlroert « | archery, woa rhampwBships.
treasurer, and Jack Douglas, serf i e w f l M H i l l BomMiCtub
Club
geant-at-arms.
. . _ ,
,'. Ooss turned The New Jersey Optometrlc AssoOpening night saw Frank Lemhi a IBM o f Ml, tbr the 14 MeW. ciation states, every child hat to
unyon of Cerlkme's Greenhouses
M hiuawf aad 14 aahnah. The M d karn to set, just at he Itaras to
take individual honors with 606
ttrgewj ware shot first and Ihaa all walk or talk. The art of seeing is
The Airport Plaza Commercial M A series and lit high game.
erorta ware tumad m ind five made up of many different vis- Bowling League, Hazlet, will be Other high games were rolled by
formed
one
of the strongest and largest Joe Cerreghino of tlennie't Tavern,
ual skills: Focusing, directing, coordination and Judgment of taace bowling leagues i n Monmouth TO, and Bern* Crescione of AirCounty this season. A total of 24 port Liquors, 219.
aw!m Mkwtti vWi A 923a Ttock nlatknisMpt.
•jams make up she league.
V iniiM I19( MMMl a**Monowsfcl,
Also joining the 200 Club were
ffl; OMraa DeMafe Jr., W , aad
Bow about bwineu cards* We Elected at officers for the new
i Jr.. 171 Rsfraah- CM supply them quickly and at UM season were Robert Bachmann, Peter Straniero, 215; Harold Beach,
214;
Neil McDaniel, 2V7-2I1; Fritz
president; Keith Swift, vice pr*f>rightTprks. Come and try us.
Schiller, 211; Keith Swift, 210;
George Palght, 207; Richie Gough,
205; . George Jacobs, 202; Rudy
Maurer, 202; Tom Harrington, 202W ; Ed Slovene, MINI;
Alex
Montone, 290, and Ed Malawskey,
"•taSJ?
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PKZ!
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Plaza League
Elects Officers
Sport Car Rally
The standings after opening night
action were: Donate Construction,
34; Team 4 • Geo.-£« Jacob*, 3-0;
Rufflno Wines, 3-0; Appliance Repair Service, 3-0; Bom Barbers,
Keyport, 3-0; Team 13 - Lou Oty,
I-l; Airport Liquors, 2-1; Cerlione's
Greenhouses, 2-1; Schanck's Fuel
Oil, 2-1; Kahle and McKarhMd Insurance, 2-1; Houde Glasa Co., 1-1;
Rex Diner, 2-1; SeacoaM Carbonic
Gas, 1-2; Dearborn Farms, 1-2;
Team 1 - Roland Williamson, 1-2.
Hennie's Tavern, 1-7; Shore Point
Esso, 1-2; Team 8 • Ed Wintartki,
1-3; Burltw's Cliffwood Inn, 1-2;
intomsHonal Flavors and Fragrances, t-J; Airport Ptasa Laars,
••); Toms Ford, M ; MonnMHh
Unas, a-1; M.T.T. Matoa, 0-1
Auto Trlptofiaadaf
Sunday At Sfata F.V
4 aai Ttt latrtt Car Ch* will deaate
f i w i Mi stoat ralto Bmity I t iht N. J.
k* Mwwsd Chtflre* Tea awards tor
llrtaj
_. iMfrtaa
_ if las WIIITravM
t a w at Ike Bfe«cy,
Is shewn areseailflg the rescrvallen* lo club membtis. From toft to light, Itha Mtnsghan, executive
aVtetor tt Mtamtarth tiwitly AMeclsiInn for Rtisrdt i ChMdrea, Herb Masen, artsMsat el the Heel and
Tat C h * tad J a t t DtMghcity, vice amMtnl and
raNymulu tor 1MB rally,
I h t Itotl M i Tat laojti Car ry's Aulo Srtt Cavtra. Dettdei MM route, mid thut nny Kliulu o( tnis
Ctob, aativt • tasMs ear rally toar tiptatt-asJi wethvad trips, will b t • » ! « ! « • ,
mm •
wilt ilfttt In tliv put It• itlYtf ftcpMw WM M Iwirdtd InnThtVally
lot at (hi Mkldlntnwn Sliopning
ta
Iwo
claiMii
equipped
and
unMflaMftat aUfJ»i I * tlai
Crnl«r tfl Route M, (tunday. Hf|^^^J^tJBBJ W f w l n IIB I WP t V V a f n I I ^
litrHtlnn mid Ifchnlcnl liispvctlon
Ttor
M iMiTlrat
aHMlnR AMutl
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prepare
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will
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ttontd
aarly
hi
IIurn,All
protatdt ly and Is pfiMMd for <h« enjoy- car «t«rl« lit 11:1)1 *,t», Tlie rally
tod
l
h
All
fram iht rally mm l a daMMd to ment ol both ttn mivlct »ml tfw will «nd si Ike Idle Hour Inn an
MOUlR C
Ctualy
Ualt
MM MaMOUlR
tuly U
l t aff Mt •*t«ft fsllylit. Tht mute h«« ht*n ttmile M In VrmatM wh»re> KHMC
hnvc
niMiir' ri!M-rvMlonfi
H,l, AMMlillon
Chll- taM over »«me ol the most »t:«iik wbu
ll
ffor fUtimteri
f U t r i Chll
the Club CUM t'njuy * »tmta>M, A T a f Iht • w a r * a a i Ira- taatto la Maaawatri C<wniy, Unity*llnn«r mid » |)fiifpur)6n»l
•askuiaini 4aM M a —-•--—* k a y . ^ H a MW. matlir JitR bmi|iherty «nyi Ihul
IJIIIII the HWUAII *ml
m ww^n VBITV fffB^mtint
w^ wily Mvml w i t h *rr uttd, an «\> l i i l / n i l
aptffvn
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uaitj wall he prtvwM In Mop
tuffcn aheut mlrfwuy •hmn the p.m.
•watt, TmTr«r4 €«, *n* Lar<
r
Four famous auto racing orsanlistlom will furnish Hie driving
tslent snd speedway equipment tor
the grandstand attractions at the
N, J, Stale Pair, In two separate
days of top notch racing on the
Trenton Speedway, Sept. It and 24.
This Sunday's triple header,
which starts at 2:90 p.m, will find
Lou Duncan, MM ARDC mighty
midget car racing champion, defemllnit hli orown In the ]S-mlle
n e t featuring them speedy machines, Earl Halnqulit, lft«7 URC
•print car king, will uphold hli
pr«atl|« In tht M-mll* TndlMapotlilyjW frrlnn Car face f«aturlM tht
open cockpit vehicle* At TaMMy,
many time «h«rnplon
onn ttrtt i
p
dwfly In NASCAR ttook
t k atr
a
KPMdwflyi
raclne, willl H
Head up the hiMNaa
c,r\r rUflng cortln«fnt In Iht »
milt avts.1 that round* out Iht itIrscilvn
Many siR'sll»d "ryn dtfttti
fmind In children ten yvurii fl|!« arc
now cuiilrfertd as visual IntMIIHen that pni|i»i cart and Ruleaaca
csn ovoreotiK' tir clreumvenl, «ecorrlliw In lh« New .InMy Oatontvlrlc Adwiolnllon,
Is the same. In the economically lesser levels of the minor league*
the pennant cannot be welcomed the same way II will be «horlty by the
MioacMU Twins, in the American League, and probably the San Fransitce Giants, la the Nails—I League, with flawing champagne oa Ike
they had a hankering of making
were the hockey New York Rangers, Boston Bruins or Chicago
Black Hawks.
Pietrewicz accordingly had to
adopt a philosophical attitude about
it when his clubmates did things
that would be regarded as rudimentary short - comings in American
baseball. The Keyrorter managed
to compile an 8-2 regular season
record for the pennant winners and
pitched two wins in a scries that
was forced with another club,
Drummondville, to determine the
championship when Granby wound
up tied, lie had a 1.4 earned run
average.
Good Umpiring
While Canadian baseball has its
own variations, Pietrewicz found
the Canadian umpiring very good.
When a pitcher praises umpires,
that ii praise indeed. The Quebec
league umpires have a weighty responsibility, too, Pietrewicz points
out, that the American arbiters
could hardly dream of. Because of
the nationalistic feeling among the
Quebec French, when the band
plays at the start of a game, the
equivalent of our Star Spangled
Banner, the Canadian Maple Leaf
Anthem, or God Save the Queen,
only the English-descended Canadians stand up properly at attention. Trie French-descended remain
in their seats and vent their scorn
In hoots and hollering. This sets up
a touchy situation with the crowd
for the umpires to control through
the nine innings.
Despite this split-up atmosphere
among the spectators, the game is
announced and decisions arc called in English. The crowds run
about 1000 in a regular season
game but 2500 in a playoff at Granby. Pietrewicz noted this is better
than some of the Milwaukee farm
teams in the United Slates with
whom he played. Pietrewicz expects there will be cinlH Americans
on the Granby team next season,
but the Cardinals will keep a C'ana
dian majority on the roster. For
all the preoccupation with hockey,
the Canadians are beginning to respond to the coming of Little
League baseball into their midst
end having the sport in their
schools as a student activity.
There is some possibility that
Pietrewicz may play in a winter
league in Panama over the com
ing months. Carlos Thone, the play
ci who directed the attention of
the Granby club to Pietrewicz, Is
a native Panamanian and Is playing in a league in that country over
the off season. He expects to tell
the Panamanian management about
the availability of the Keyporter.
A curious note about the Provincial League is that it is the league
to which Sal Maglie went when that
former big league star jumped the
Giants-Dodgers deal some years
ago to get beyond the jurisdiction
of the national commissioner of
baseball in the United States.
CIIIMI Mm
CINEMA
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CHILDHlN't
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m. coMonioNED *
rror STRAW
NOW THRU SATURDAY
•
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SOPHIA LOREN In
"MARRIAGE
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7:00 - 10:00
C O FEATURE
•
•
"CARRY ON SPYING"
AT 1:15
,
SATURDAY MATINEE ONLY
"Godzilla Vs. The Thing"
3 Stooge Comedy
Color Cartoorrt
SUN. THRU TUES..
"SKI PARTY"
FranKo Avolon
DwAyno Hiclman
Jam«i Brown
SEPT. 1 9 - 2 1
"JOY IN THE
MORNING"
with Richard
Chamberlain
YviMa Mimleui
WHY PAY MORE?
WED., SEPT, n
Coming
"SHE"
Ntit
'THE COLLECTOR"
"THE SANDPIPER"
NOW THRU TUES.
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Four horse shows are scheduled
for the New Jersey State Fair
this year wtth competition being
held in the Horse Show Ring near
the Coliseum and in the Coliseum
itself on Saturday and Sunday and
again on Sept. 25 and M.
Arthur B. Porter, Fair manager,
has announced lhat the shows will
again be under the direction of
Swante C. Swenson, Denville. The
Horse Show manager will be Jack
Simons, West Orange. Laddie G.
Andahazy, Novelty, Ohio, will
judge the Hunters and Jumpers;
Joseph A. Vanorio, Pound Ridge,
N. Y., the Arabians and Appaloosas, and Leon W. Losuy, Hamburg.
N.Y., the Quarter Horses; and
J. K. Bougher |r., Norristown, Pa.,
will be the Ringmaster.
On the opening day, Saturday,
judging will slart at 9 a.m. and
listed among the classes are those
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of a Grand Champion and Reserve in both divisions. In the alttrillion there will be a class for
Appaloosa Hone Costumes at the
end of t tve judging for the day.
There will also be clatsi'a of Trail
Horses; Western and English Pleasure horses; an Arblan Park llorso
Open und Novice event and an Appaloosa Relnlns. Stake.
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Sunday Show
On Sunday, judging will again
star.t at 9 a.m. with Quarter and
Half - Arbian Horses featured with
the selection of the GTand Champion and Reserve Stallion and Mare
In the afternoon the Arabian Horse
Mounted Native Costume Event
will be the closing number.
There will also be events for
Western Pleasure, Registered Pleasure and Arabian English Pleasure
Horses; an All-Around trophy competition; a $100 Junior and Senior
Reining Stake and an Arabian
Park Horse Championship Stake as
well as an open Stock Seat Horsemanship event. For the Juniors
there will be a Halter Showmanship Class, a Junior Barrel Race
and a Youth Activity Championship Class.
On the last Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 25 ami 2fl, Hunters nnd
Jumpers will be tho attraction
with slakes and championships for
open und junior classes In addition
In Saddle Spat and Pleasure Horse
Championships.
Horse Show
Set At Fair
snd none other than himself, the
mayor, Henry Triphagen, h a v e
sorted out 17 bays into wwk&ble •
sized teams.
The Matawan Township ttaas
noes to war on the offensive with
Rich Davis and Johnny Schweitzer,
at ends; Pat McNulty and Mo SuW
livio, tackles; Tom Guoba awl
Mart Morrissry, guards;
Mike
Herb, center, and Bub Connolly, Sta
Rogers, Mike Van and Johnny
Brzezniak, ia the backfieW.
The defensive unit has Jim Spinelkj and fgnacio Gomez, at ends;
Paul Davis and Morrissey, tackles; Guoba and Chet Moreslri,
guards, Herb, center linebacker;
McNulty and Schtreitzer, flankers,
and Brzezniak and Rogers, safety
men.
Other Teams hi League
The members of the league,, tn
addition to Matawan Township,
Vailsburg, Mctuchon, Marlboro and
Sayre Woods South are Madison
Park, a powerful team, Hlghtstown,
Laurence Harbor and Iselin. Nothing has been heard yet from th«
Kcansburg - Union Beach elevens.
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Mason* - Knights Game
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cwiful whta It* Joseph's Council
Knights of ddiunbua challenged
to field a separate defensive batk- MaUwan Lodge IK, F . * A.M.
Be!d of Harry Sachs, Mark Hernun, Bob ffciiiscr n o Jimmy ww*
H. The ieyekuMimit of these toys Ed Kelly wal pair on defense and
Iff 8 (MffCflVTVS MOX tt H M DfTOjtftBSt See B a r * and Rich Kttoon on of
element In the Green and Gray's
atetnre right new as Csacfc Oafcy's
lorces will be aataariahed by the
apposition generally «nd two-way
duty to t h i starting backfleld
•rauld bt tan wearying. .
Along tha kat, lam
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avers, Wally BejgrowVEl aad
<oia!:=wich, at tackles, are «We
o go tioth ways, If. needed. Bat
> - om Kilcy end Roa Frje l a m
jonvs along wed enough mat Coach
3xlcy feeh Ihare oaa be a good
lecend -string at thta past. M h 9ynoni and Bill McDougall, guards,
•nd Ed Malawsky, center, Mok te
i t in 'or two-way duty. At Hie eadt,
ate starters Charlie Ltalbach tad 1
feme. The Rocket line is fast off
tfic mark, but wni bB SiThis snvny
aascn aasiadaes par man.
In the Keyport camp, Coach Tut
fy Baker <m awniiiag hapefully on
his maia tank «
ii J iiiiatiii the
canter <* the Hae wtifc Fiaak Mir
t e , Oaug Jeihawiti and Frank
Brtalioatl^graoiatiao.«igriaow,
Sal Stimno had aw*ad ia to tha
canter post. The guard* ekvation
a j n e a n hapeail, M B Scatane and
M m tlarriot, a Mphantrra, have
mass aloaa an well at gaaras that
Chock Dietrich and Lou Kahizientki caa save themselves for the
defciwite roles, Tom Fallen and
Tom Strain M a g in strength and
w d t M at Hie taddec.
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New Jersey archers are advised
t» get plenty «f target practice in
preparation for the deer and bear
hunting season, opening Oct. 2.
William P. Coffin, Chief Conservation Officer in the Division
of Fish and Game in the Department of Conservation and Econo
n»ic Development, points out that
success with the bow and arrow
requires a nigh degree of skill.
He added that a bow and arrow
is not a toy but a dangerous wea
pan. Us potency is demonstrated
by the fact that archers brought
•down lllfi deer last year during
the five week season.
Must Be Sure Of Target
No arrow should be aimed uw
the archer is absolutely sure of
his tor«el. Equipment should be
checked carefully for such items
as cracked arrows or worn bowunity II—|ill»l
Members el t h e araaaJiillms, strings which could cause a shot
to RO awry. Hunting points should
I win be stayed phasing the annaal affair ire (left to right) C a n
a Refkmal tft|h Walirti, John V. Hindi jr., I rank Dowd, Tbemas be well sharpened to insure a clean
lethal hit.
•aythere Can*. PtMbi and Raymond Scheelc
Sportsmen who are taking up
The lrophy, now in possession of are available from any member of
•the KTrights with a 7-6 win, is on tTie organizations, or from Ray bowhunling /or the first time are
required
to lake a bow and arrow
display tMt week at the Farmers mond Scheetz, Van Brattle Rd.
•ad Merchants National Bank, Mat- Umet ik-rUwu, Oak St.. both of safety course before they can ob
awan. The trophy will be retired Matawan, txHtotitmm tor the Ma- tain a license. Lists of qualified
instructors are available from licto the three-time winner.
m i ; Joha V. Hindi jr., Atlantic ense agents or Fish and Game
Dectmrt To Participate
Ave., Mttawan, or Garrett Waha, Conservation Officers.
Local doctors again will partlciMaple It., Keyport, a>«hainnc«
The special deer and bear sea
faita in the same.
son, Oct. 2 through Nov. i, is
Thomas Dennis, Master of the for Die Knights.
Matawan Lodge and Frank Dowd,
A grand prize will be awarded excluFively for bow and arrow hunGrand Knight of St. Joseph's Coun- Children up to l!-year*4»%age wll ters. In addition, a bow and arrow
license entitles sportsmen to hunt
cil, will lerve as coaches. Tickets be admitted free.
smitll game or waterfowl with this
weapon during open seasons and to
At the ends, its Denny Brown month and then on Sundays. At try ujjain for a doer or bear dur
and Boh Ostervich on the offense Flemingion, there will be Satur- ing the fire.'i.'m c<'ason if they were
and Rich Strom aad Lou Alcssi, day niubt runs on dirt. A lH-lap unsuccessful during the bow !>eaa sopltomorv, on du/cntc. Jim Phil track championship race at East *on. Many New Jersey citizens
Mai, a tackle, and Steve Mitchell, Windsor, scheduled for last Sun- •re enthusiastic devotees of thus
a guard, up /rom last year'i jay- day but postponed, hat been re- ancient sport, regarding it as
vaes, and Mike Durko, a sopho- scheduled for this Sunday.
real challenge to stalk and bag
mare, m center, odd a deairod depth
Malzalin it in second position in a deer -with this time-honored weain a bulky line.
the coniBetition for the track chasaplonship at East Windsor, traiatag
Geef Firat Stffc*
Bob Pickell, a Flemi«gtoa driver,
In the backf«W, the titumtion it Pee Wee Griffin, Miami, moved
akimoy. Tlie first string will up on both PickeU and Malzaha
be powerful with Greg Semenia, last Friday when he wared the
ojaarterback; liill Ceiger and Ron 25-lap feature and thereby became
Nebui, a iophainone, at halfbacks, the first driver to score three wins
aad Jerry Mecblla, fullback. Steve at tnc new oval near Higbtstown.
Seak, a aophomore, and Bob Shu- Will Cagie, Tampa, Increased the . Ira Potasniuk's extra-base hitting
man, a halfback. Hill move in on Florida menace to the leading and a leaky Pioneers defense cardefense. Joe Tctro, a guard lasl drivers by taking a second, Pickell tied Poison Ivy to n 7-4 victory at
year, in«y be' converted lo defen- was third, Steve Elias, National windswept Beers St. Field last Sunsive work behind the line.
Park, an early leader, was fourth, day and the championship of the
The Keys will have powerful and Malzahn fifth.
Stralimore Softball League.
punting from Gaiger, which, with
• George Mnran settled down after
their weight advantage, will put
a shaky start and limited the
their destinies in the hands of ihc
Pioneers to one hit over tlie lasl
defensive unit On fee offensive,
/our innings to solidify iii.s position
their passing giime will go down
as ttie league's ranking liurler. In
with spot passer Denny HalJoran
fact, with better support, he might
graduated, and with John Brown
have had a shutout as all the Pionot available. The one-two drive
An open challenge to the Piooeers neer scoring was tainted.
from the fullback slot, MedoHa- and the Poison Ivy*, the two top
For the Pioneers, it meant their
Brown alternating, is gone.
team* of the Strathmure Softball second defeat in as many playoffs.
League, was issued thi* ivcck by They lost last year to Cambridge,
Larry Tomasdlo, player-manager, f-2, in the championship game.
at shortstop, of the Matawan Hawks
Opened Scoring
aof tballere. Tomuelio soew the conThe Pioneers opened tfie scoring
quest of the Strafhmore forces,
once their playoffs are completed, ia the second inning on singles by
as the only remaiaing huidle tor Jay Okun and Bob Quldore and an
With Wall Stadium closed for the Hawks before they lay claim infield error, But Poison Ivy ex
the season, top auto racing ia- to the softball championarrip of ithe ploded for Jour runs in the third
off loser Bob Conover. Singles by
terest will ihift to the Trenton Matawan-Keyport area.
State Fair, where, thl.s coining
Tomasclio points out that his Moran and Tony Fernicola and a
Sunday, a triple - header will be charges have already takes into walk loaded the bases end PotashOffered on the opening day of ihc camp by convincing scores the two nik picked on a 3-1 pitch and shellfair. Of particular interest to local top teams of ,the Northern Bayshore ed a three-run triple up tlie left
contestants is the 50-lapper for Firemen's Softball Lea e, the center alley. Stu Warshauer's sac.
aaurUmeu modified slock cars that Morganville Volunteers and the Lin- rifioe fly delivered Potashnik with
the foerth run.
trill climax the program. Both coln Hose Co. No. I, Keyport.
Bob Maltahn, and Jim Hoffman,
An error, a walk and Bob New
They
did
this,
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recounts,
after
RobrrUvilie, are expected to be
man's windblown double to short
eairanu, although it appears now winning 12 straight games in the center chopped the deficit to 4-3 in
that Tommie Elliot, Toms River, Matawan Borough League where the fourth, and the Pioneers
win be driving Dick Owen's Key- they made a shambles of ,the op- squared matters In the fifth on Larport No. 18 car. Mal/nlm may pull posing teams, Coach Bill Hauser'a ry Sacerdote'g sky-high double to
out to race in a 200-lappcr Sun- Borough Police, the Fearless Fire- center and Okun's scorching single
eater* of the borough fire departday at E n t Windsor.
ment, the Essie Yankees and the to left.
la t i e fiaal event at Wall, tt Marc Woods Puddles.
The tie lasted only until Poison
• a t • dull eveainc. for the local
Ivy's turn in te same inning. MorToo Many Tasnaaelae
contingent. Hoffman was 35 point!
unaai.il with Ma second straight
Too many Tomaselloi. That ia the
behiad BUI McCarthy, Freehold, plaint of the borough league about bit and Dick Shulman followed
in the competition for the track the Hawks, la addition to Urry, with a tkaele to Mt. Fernicola
chtmptomhip for 1%5, so all the there is Rocky, pitching; John, forced Moran at third, but with
Freehold driver had to do was to third-sacking; Louie and Paul out- Potaskak at the plate, catcher Mel
run the track without breaking fielding. Player-coach Vic Merrill, Gardner's attempted pickoff of Fcrdowa, even if he came in last, who does the catching, has such nicola aailod untouched into right
to clinch the title. As a matter o! non-Tomasellos as Art llenslcr, field, allowing Shulman to score
fact, McCarthy was forced out of first base; Neil Scully, second base, ami Fernicola to reach third. Potthe race early in the S l a p fea- and Joe jiosne in centcrficld. The ashnik promptly bloopcd a double
ture, but Hoffman was unable to club also uses Kon Johnson, in Uie lo left for his fourth RBI.
avail hunaelf of this opportunity ae outfield, and Ed Welstead, na reTwo singles, sandwiching an erhe had blown his engine in a serve infiolder,
ror, accounted for tha final Poison
qualifying heat.
Arrangements w e r e recently Ivy tally in the eighth but it hardly
But while it was a dull evening made with Dob Cislo, manager of muttered aa Moran had taken comlor the veteran driven, a good the Cliffwood VFW softballers, to plete command after the fifth, alpromise for the area in the novice take onto the Hawks rolls for the lowing only Cooovor's harmless
racing developed. Ted Alt, Mor- rest o! the season George Jacobs, single In the seventh. He finished
faaviUa, waa a ten-lap novice pre- the slugging first sacker, of the with a fiourisn, retiring tlio side
Hnrimry went to serve notice he Cliffwood twim. Jacobs, post his in order In the ninth without a ball
will be • driver to be reckoned 20th year in sottball, was still leaving tha Wiekl.
In MM. Dick Resell, a neat wia- blistering the pitching all season
aar ia the ll-lap qualifying triah, In I I I e Pt. Pieavant Evening
1*e Naval Base at Guantanamo
for Hit main event, was listed as League, In which the VFW eofthavlof Iraaaferrad Ma base of ballorj played.
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Elliot had an odd misfortune la
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breakdown. The Freehold driver
Maw • large hole In Me ratflaiar
with 18 laps to go whta he was
racing alongside Elliot In the No.
M. t h a track fudge af caurie,
necking to eradicate the danger
•f accident, sought tn enforce the
rule ggalnit cars dripping water
from rartlntort. But the track
Jiultfo |)lcki'd (he wrong cur, waved
the binck flag to I'.^t off the track
on Elliot, whoso No. 10 cur had
nothing wrong will) II. Three laps
mint by bc/<iio tdc inMnkt « • •
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AN OUT FOR THE SEASON ALtEAOY. Tfcat if the M r s on Mike
Cahea, after three days ol trark as
a Irachman «««k the Conoord Colka*e elevea. A knee injury that
auist he eptraltd on and then rested tar the balance of the seaaoa.
The aDtteraacfeed gwrd of the
Karkan Kockeu in 1KMI made
enough of an impression on the
Coaoopd Coaching staff in his first
three days of practice, however,
that they urill carry him for future
duty. The irony of 5t all is that
Cohen went tiirou{rh three seasons
with the Sockets in which he and
his males garnered not a scratch,
then this has to happet, his thi.
day out in college football. His
teammate, Steve Beikcwilr, departed for Rensselaer Polytechnic
Institute Monday. This is the engineering school where the academic
standards are so high the football
team has lost 42 games in a row.
Accordingly, if Berkowitz can overcome the fearsome academic pace
as s freshman, his heft «nd powex
will surely gain him a three
yea,rs berth in R.P.I, football.
• • •
PLAYERS THAT KEYPORT
Missod. Two. Stevie Hanson, as
a sophomore in the Pennington
School, has been called in for the
football squad. Hansen weighs
212 pounds, stands well over 6 ft.,
so he is an eye - filling recruit
lor the Penmntfon squad. His
father, Henri Hansen, has to
lake time arf from ihe electioneering this fall to watch that boy
play. Another one that Keyport
missed is Tom Lucas jr., the son
of Tom Lucas, proprietor of the
Ye Cottage Inn. He it also beaded tor the good West Jersey air,
at the Uwwnceville
School,
ntare the classmate of this writer, Larry Tihohnen, held forth as
football coach for many a long
year. Lucas, we understand, is
more on the basketball side. A
third from Keyport is Steve MutcareLUi. Coach Army Ipnolito,
Mater Dei, is telling his former
associates at Long Branch how
had things are at Muter Dei, that
he iias to use three 150-pounders, Muscarella being one of
them, in the line. Knowing Ippy
Irom times past, all tears can be
held until Nov. 25. Mater Dei will
do ail right.
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Ooadi Gene laczynski, Matavaa,
had a turnout of M candidate* for
tlie Maroon and Stoai vartity croaaoountry squad Monday. The Maroon and Steal mentor found Mm
all to his likiac as only two consistent scorers o the hiTI-and-dale
squad Irani last year remain, Fred
Shaachan aad Moe Ortiz.
The squad had a 4-5 record in
dual meets last year. The team suffered a severe blew when Dave
Mtinson »-as injured in the third
meet last fall. Munson recovered
over the winter to become a top
flight miter for the track team in
the sprint,. Mtinson is now with the
crass-country sqoad at Murray
Slate College where a Keyporl
High alumnus, Ed Scullion, is a
leading squad member.
The Mntawan hopefuls who will
battle it out for the remaining
starling spots on the Alatawiui harrier squad are: Robert Leifestc,
Richard Main, Galen Barr, Alan
Smith, Frank Lewis, John Kuzma,
Mark Johnson, John Collins, James D'Alnia, Vince flyman, Frank
Viola, Dennis Dbuzbik, Michael
Corbitt, Doug Stocker, Vince lnfusino, Dove Edwnrds, Jim O'Donnell, JeJf Coleridge, Greg Coleridge,
Stephen Fischer, Wayne Edwards,
William Sanford, Bruce Gardner,
John Dobracki.
The Maroon and Steel hill-anddalcrs get going Sept. 24 against
course. The Huskies Rrat
away will be at J
ship Sept. 28.
In October, nse J
will be engaged as faHaanv Oct. |§
Neptune, home; 4, MsnasMMh Ra>
gionnl, away; t , Lang Brandy
away; II, Keyport, away; IS, tt.
Hose, Belmar, hame; Is, t a ? t ;
River, away; 22, Central Jerssf
nseet; 2t, Stuns Ganleranea meatij
a.
In Naveaker, the Haakle «Ma>
dads will race as folktar Nov. 1.
Brick Tnwnaki* away; I, HarUm
Township, home; $ St. Rose, away;
NJSIAA triah', M, MDomouUh
Qcoan n»eet; 10. NIS1AA tlnaal.
Camp Ano»4wd
The VMCA Can* Anwrhaad
Family Center Swim Tsaai o l
Marlbom competed vita the Lake*
m o d YMCA at Cams Joy in takewood. Seveueea racea « t r c con*
ducted nidi • total tf » amnieU
p»nt.. A total of M people attended to watch the racea. '
Three aoints were awarded k r
first place, two points tor aecond
pUcc, aad a t e point lor third
place. The fiaal point score TMS:I
Camp Arum-head • , Camp Joy U.
The w i n e n were: Hark Hale*
bos, Mark Brous, Richard Ono*
sen. Sue Oaiuea, Kathjr McLanffc.
lia, Jackie OeMont. David Brown,
Charles McHate, Betsjr S h a w ,
Lynne Slencer. Bonnie GUI and
David Denise.
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Thursday, September 16, I9OS
Voter Information
Take* Basic Training
Miceli Completes Basic
Pvt. BeloUi Is the son of Mr. an«"
Airman Third Class Joseph Mi Mrs. Nicholas A. Belotti, 77 Hollf
Pvt. Stephen J. Turanyi, Union
Ave,
West Keansburg. He was
Beach, has been assigned to U cell jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
graduated from Keyport
High
Company of the S.~cond Training Miceli. 1291 Seawood Dr., Clifl School.
_
wood Beach, has completed U.S.
Muady Oa Destreyer
Air Force basic military training
Seaman Charles F. Mundy. U.S.
at Lackland AFB, Tex.
AKM M M «MI Mf«mMi
Airman Miceli is being assigned Navy, son of Mrs. Emma Mundy,
to Maxwell AFB. Ala., for train 142 Shoreland Circle, Laurence
INUM
ing and duty as a construction spe Harbor, is serving aboard tbe descialist. He is a member of the sup- troyer USS Holder, currently opport staff at the Air University. The erating with the Sixth Fleet in the
airman attended Bayonne High Mediterranean.
Holder is operating with DestroySchool.
,
WHOMtUNMNtff
er Squadron Thirty • Two, providing anti - submarine and anti • air
Assigned Ta Q Company
«MN AIM INI M I U OMNf
Pvt. Ronald N. Belotti, of 77 Hol- support for ( h e anti • eubmarine
ly Ave., West Keansburg, has warfare support aircraft carrier
Iraaiavrt UM Moutntf.
QJHIeriM » t NeV M.
been assigned to Q Company of (JSS Randolph.
The Mouatratl, a aatt of the V.t.
Mi at m.mi Un. Jtuk
Ruae) la Ceaat Oeafi
Seaman Recruit Frank W. Rupp, '
vad wUa the U J . Math Fleet
U.S. Coast Guard, ion of Mr. ana
la tfce Medtttrraneu a m from
Mrs. Frank J. Rupp. Boardentowa
February le mld-Juot. During ihla
Ave., Old Bridge, has enliited la
eerie*, a ooeabiaetloa of ampMthe U.S. Coast Guard at the Coaet
WoM Cralnirg exerciwi aad vliiti
Guard
Recruiting Station, New
PVT STEPHEN J TUKANVI
York.
DAVID RILEY
ki fbreifa aarta ware conducted.
He has been transferred to the
Regiment ol the U.S. Army TrainCrewmemben of the ihlp bad aa Keansburg, completed the first
Coast Guard Recruit Training Cening Center, Infantry, Fort Dix, for
epportuaity to vi»lt Italy. Turkey, phase of the Naval Air Reserve's
Nawaaaber I - It mjm. to 4 MN.
ter
at Cape May for nine weeks ol
eight weeks of basic training.
France and the Spanish itlend of Accelerated Recruit to Airman
basic training.
During this program, he will reprogram at the Naval Air TraltiMalloroa during the period.
The Coast Guard, this year celeceive instruction in general milibrating Its 175th Anniversary, it
In early July, the Mou..trail ••II- UW Unit, Ukehurat, recently.
tary subjects to prepare him (or
tho United States' principle mari«d aorlh of the Arctic Circle to
D* yea kave auestkMs ceaccniag tbe eemlai •tectiea? Th* League
time law enforcement agency, ui4
conduct M amphibioue training a »
at Wemaa Veters Is ready lo assist van. Far aaawen la your questions more specialized training.
in responsible for protection ol life
ercin in northern Norway.
eall M-7IMM7. Leaiue members will be aa baad aew throuih Election
After the initial eight we«ks, he
and property at sea.
The ship returned to the U.S.
Day Iram II a.m. lo 4 p.m. weekday*, sa prevlde aoaaarllMa voting will receive two weeks leave, then
following « »hort visit to Portslafefmatlea. This Is a new volunteer service for the voters of New
Course la Leadership
mouth, England.
Jersey, latermed, active citiienshia la the purpose af the League. enter advanced infantry training,
Chief Port Securityman Louis T.
Tbe Teliabim Information Service b) eaa mere step toward their aim be enrolled in one of the specialist
Scbaab, USCGR, son of Mr. »n&l
CoRMlotM Cembat Traialag
af eatoaraglBg lellew cltliem lo lake aa active part la their govern- schools at Fort Dix or be sent to
LM.MJUM
Mrs. Louis Scnaab, 224 Seeley Ave.,
U.S. Marine Pvt. Kenny G SorPVT. RONALD N. BKLOTTI
another Army post for advanced
Keansburg, graduated Aug. 13 from
• r i t e . teajplemt bw week* of urn, ion of Mr. ana Mn. Charles
training.
the Third Training Regiment of the Leadership School at the U.S. Coast
Mtv&Ml eeafael training Aug. I. G. Soremen, 41 Ocean Blvd., CliffEatera
Servics
MaaMraMe
Flight
Pvt.
Turanyi
Is
the
son
ol
Mr.
Guard
Reserve Training Center,
U.S.
Army
Training
Center,
InfanWttb Ike' Pint Maetoy Traialni wood Beach, compleled lour weeks
Pvt. Michael J. Eovino, MatsU.S. Marine Second U . Alexan- »nd Mrs. Stephen Turanyi, 352 Lor- try, Fort Dix for eight weeks of Yorktown, Va. A reserve, he is at• letfaHat at Marine Corp* Bate. of Individual combat traininit Aug.
illard Ave., Union Beuch. He wasbasic training. After the initial tending the two-week school to ful.CuapLtjMM.N.C.
win, hai been assigned to Q Com- der Kirk, eon of Mr. and Mrs. Wil- graduated from Keyport High eight weeks, he will receive two fill his annual active duty obligal i e IMay ewrie iacludad over
pany of the Third Training Regl- liam V. Kirk, 170 Shore Blvd., School.
weeks leave, then enter advanced tion. He is studying military methtM hewn of rifereua laetructta la
Keansburg, completed on* of the
ods of leadership.
training.
tactics, alght combat,
O'Shea Cempfetcs COUTH
most memorable flight! of a Naval
ipoM - under timuliied
Airman
Apprentice
Joseph
F.
Aviator's career on July 21 when
ooMltioiu and other nibStr U Veers.
O'Shea, U.S. Navy, son of Mr.
to the Marim iafaahe made six arrested carrier quali- and Mrs. Frank O'Shea, 29 Beachfication landings aboard tht (JSS way, Keansburg, graduated Aug.
Lexington, operating In the Gulf of 12 from the Aviation Machinist's
i Fiei O
Mate Reciprocating Course at the
Mexico.
EkKtikUn'i M«te Second Claw
EDWARD COLELLI
Naval Air Technical Training Cenlame* A. twtrtt III. U.S. Navy.
Prior to landing at sea, the fledg- ter, Memphis, Tcnn.
aoa of Mr. aad Mra. J. A. Swart*,
They now will attend monthly
ling aviators are required to qualiDuring the nine - week course he
M l MonriaaaHi Ave., KMuMburg.
drills as members oi the "Weekfy on field carrier landing strips
end Warrior" program of the Nafewrnta} JMW j e iran everieai
which simulate, on the ground, > received instruction in reciprocating
power plants and line operaval
Air
Reserve.
Japeaymeat to bit hom« port of
carrier's flight deck. Here the atuNertott, Va.. while «ervio« M a
dent adjusts himself to the restrict- tions. The curriculum included faSmalley At Fort Dix
ed areas where he must land at miliarization of intermediate, ma144 BROAD ST., RED BANK
jor and special inspections and
Pvt. Timothy G. Smalley, Union
sea.
power plant accessories.
Beach, has been assigned to V
In
becoming
members
of
the
TEL. SH 1-5080
Company of the Second Training
Prior to entrance lo this school
Navy's "Flattop Fraternity," stuy o u CAN RESERVE AND PICK U P AIRLINE, STF.AMSUIP,
KENNY O. SORENSON
dents now are qualified to proceed he graduated from a two-week
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to more advanced stages of avia- course in the Aviation Familiari27 with the First Infantry Training
RESERVATIONS AT OUR OFFICES.
zation School and a four - week
Regiment, Marine Corps Base,
tion training.
course in Mechanical FundamenIT COSTS NO MORE TO BOOK THROUGH US
Camp Lejeune, N.C.
tals.
Williams Completes Course
The 20-day course included over
P>VT. MICHAEL EOVINO
Marine Corporal Wayne R. Wil200 houn of rigorous instruction In
ment of the U.S. Army Training liams, son of Mrs. Jennie V. Applesmall unit tactics, night combat,
by,
156 Main St., Old Bridge, comfiring weapons under simulated
Center, Infantry, Fort Dix, for
pleted a Marina Corps Institute
combat conditions and other subeight weeks of basic training.
course on motor vehicle operation
jects related to the Marine infanPvt. Eovino is the son of Mr. and while serving on th« staff of the
tryman.
Mrs. M. Eovino sr., 156 Broad St., U.S. Naval Amphibious School, Nor1
Trains As Specialist
Matawnn. He was graduated from folk, Va. Subjects studied Included
the operation of a military vehicle,
Airman Salvatore Branciforte,
I Matawan Rej-ional High School and repairs and preventive maintenson of Mr. and Mrs. Dominick J.
attended Lebanon Valley College.
ance.
Branciforte, 40 Parkview Dr., Haz
tet, has been selected for technical
Davla Piley, ton .of M n . Alyce
Riley, Morgaa, and Edward Colelk. torn of Mr. aad M n . E. Colelll,
NOTES
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Security
I>VT. TIMOTHY G. SMALLEY
Regiment of the U.S. Army Training Center, Inlantry, Fort Dix for
eight weeks of basic training. After
the initial eight weeks, he will receive two weeks leave, then enter
advanced training.
Pvt. Smalley, ton of Mr. anil
Mrs. C. G. Smalley, 340 Lorlllard
Ave., Union Beach, was graduated
from Keyport High School, Class
of 1962.
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out, you'H he*r my warning
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wM give your rtoiKy the vital
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Wells With Scabeea
Construction Mechanic
Third
training at Amarillo AFB, Tex., as Class David E. Wells, U.S. Navy,
aa U.S. Air Force administrative son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Welli,
specialist.
Main St., Marlboro, serving with
Airman Branciforte, a graduate Naval Mobile Construction Battalof Raritan Township High School, ion Eight at Daviwllle, R. I., movrecently completed basic military ed with the battalion to Port Huenetraining at Lackland AFB, Tex. me, Calif.
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fcautad
AbMracta ia •Mieatn after a
fin* Station — Pag* Beven
land to home. The Junior Mis* who fers an unusual ride for tka youngenjoys sewing, will not want to
miss the child's sewing machine In
From the Haw childrea learn to
the product* display at Siagcr
Bow).
crawl tkey are fascinated) by cars
' ef transImportant periods in the history and other jaodera i
of n u n art depicted in toe 13 aear portatioa. So a visit to Hie Translife-size dioramas of the Travelers portation Area is a mint. DareInsurance Pavilion, under la* red devil driver* perform high speed
umbrella.
stunts at Lbe auto thrill show a/id
Before leaving the Industrial for those who prefer a slower
Area, take a global holiday at the speed, antique car ride otter* visiCoca Cola Pavilion, learn about tors a chance to drive scale models
chemistry at the DuPont Pavilion, of old car* around a picturesque
and electricity and nuclear fusion rural setting.
The Chrysler Paviltoa, designed
at the General Electric Pavilion.
The new Peoples-People Church- especially for children, offers a
hill
h
l " M i c a l puppet show starring Car.„„ Pavilion
r*vmu,, features
, « , « , « * a. cnronowgi-1
cal picture story of the E n g l i s h | b y , ^ e ^ b u ^ t o r , _ S j whimsical
statesman's life and an exact re- walk-through engine and an assenv
production of his study at Chart- bly line ride.
Across the street is the Disneywell.
While school is closed for sum- created Magic Skyway Ride in the
mer recess, it it a perfect time Ford Pavilion. Seated in late-model
Fords, visitors move past life-site
througk the jangle and into a city ia which children can take a tiasr
of tomorrow.
ulatat) apace ride, tateat additioat
to the permanent Space Park a n
IcaaeivMi* la Saac*
A rendezvous ia space is simu- the Gemini 4 spacecraft in which
two
American astronauts oi+itad
lated in the Hall of Science, by Ike
Nickcaaey bare are a»aaufacs*r«d
Martin Company, and elsewhere in the eaitk tot four day*, and a re*>
in the eakibift uttra-modm, gktwthe pavilion, Atomsville USA ex- lica of the Mariner IV, soon to be
hibit teaches children 7-to-14-yeart- replaced by the original, which
at a liaaia, kaaatrao. dear. walled candy factory.
I * to art*
old, various use* tad handling of recently photographed Man.
Revolutionary war heroet, teekidCaiMma
dog* and ealt, dover* and macaws,
U k e Arta Fasclaatlat
nuclear energy.
Masts) ay M
bviag together la home-like »ur- ing General Washiagtaa, Baroa von
The meat-eating Tyrannosaura*
Exhibit* ia the Lake Area were
la to MaetrialArte at ft. Fair. rounding* In harmony behind glass Steubea aad Henry Knot, are meRex, who rouned the eartd I»J,- especially designed to delight ana
ckUefca a w r n caa «ri«t a | i a > walla. Mao ia In* Better Living morialized in a folk song and slide
000,0M years ago, ia retreated to fascinate the young. For example,
Ummmni
tslaiaiare caavertiMf Garter It the world's largest model show at the Continental Insurance
a display of life-sized dinosaur* at the Aerial Tower Ride feature!
Pavilion.
New
this
seaaoa
it
aa
axikfMBkiiM P u Aaatrteea Highway traia. brought to the Fair from
the Sinclair Pavilion. Animation four gondolas which ascend IX
Oar**), At MM M i SpUa* eakibft Europe, and1 Elite the Cow, who tensive display of Revolutionary
and noise have been Hided to the feet in the air for a view of th*
tkty v i a atUgat ia ditliag aad make* personal appearance* In a War arms and military gear.
fiber-glass figure* to enhiace their "smalt" people oa the ground. Tha
A continuous showing of Wall DisWaK Di» IS-aiiaato musical entitled "All
aaaoawir, u W a c la Ifcttr Untitt
realism.
Monorail takes pasmngers on a
ney cartoons It Included ia th* arcraft ef eat attra a a y d w a a e r M d a "Kiddtt l*»t- About Elsie."
Weary children will enjoy takiag leisurely ride around the Lake Area
ray
of
delights
for
children
at
the
laaae." New *** yaw, «a tin
a ride in the U.S. Roy»l Ciaot Tire ia trains of tomorrow, which hang
Eastman Kodak exhibit. Alto fea. . • i t Jaat • total <ke count tfWMd ftaer af ike Better U v i a j Sewtiag EakftH Fratire* Still* tured
that soars BO feet above the Trans- from rubber-tired power unit* that
is a Saul Bast film, "The
Caatsr, la aa uauaaal Uva talnul Caa you distinguish a screech owl
w H M n i B> Bw*W *SV
portation Area. Twenty-tour gon- mn on an overhead raH. Childrea
etkiMt apaatwed by Uw Humane Iron a homed owl, pitch a tent, Searching Eye," which M r s a 12i at Ike New Yet*
dolas
move around the circumfer- and adults may take aa unlimited
year-old
boy.
The
"Moondeck"
It
Sechty at Ike U S . a r t directed ay light a fire with flint and steel or
ence of the th-?. giving a fine view number of rides on the Monorail,
writer rwaaif arttor, Clevriaad Am bandage a broken arm? These and perfect for junior photographers,
tratvThtrela
of the Fairgrounds.
and kiddie rides are provided at
It* evary kuaaty oiy. Kaowa u Ik* Animal King otber skill* are demonstrated al or a quick game of "moon tag."
A stop at the U.S. Space Park the base of the loading platform.
Outside the General Cigar exhibit
eat] Ha ler every age ia tk* ana, tat ****** tkowa nick divtrat The Wonderful World of Scouting
cavemen
inventing
the
wheel
and
Jame*
Bond'* sleek car from tha
is
a
must
for
the
young
scientist,
the world's first smoke ring ma- Fair. More than 50 nations have
chine shoots giant rings IM feat i»- cultural and amusing exhibits that fire, and the superskyway of the Here he can touch and explore a film "Goldfinger" alas it displayed.
Space
Age.
General
Motors'
FuturProject Mercury spacecraft which
Amphicars, which ire m i d e and •
lo the air. Inside, during I It- are waiting to be explored by young
ama ride lakes visitors on a trip orbited the earth, a model ol the told fn West Germany, take Fair*
minute magic show, people disap- inquisitive minds.
to the moon, under the Antarctic Appollo, which will carry men *o loers for an unusual ride <m Meadpear, float in air and get "cut in
May Feed Giraffe
ice shell, to a resort under the sea,' the moon, and a Mercury capsule
(continued on page thirteen)
half."
For each youngster visiting the
Special Film At Jakasaa's Was
African Tree House Restaurant
Children of all ages enjoy the Chef Guinn has a free banana to
Film "To Be Alive," featured at the feed Suzie the giraffe, a star boardJohnson Wax Pavilion, and the fun er at the African Pavilion. Also in
machine outside offer* additional residence at the pavilion are
surprises, Don't leave the exhibit eral monkeys and baboons, two
without setting a free shoe shine. lions and their cubs, leopards and
A room full of NCR machines ' u s exolic birds. Performing dally
been set aside for youngsters at (Wednesday to Sunday) are: Ni
(he National Cash Register Pavilion gerla's Olntunji and his "Drums ol
where they can pound on a type- Passions." Zulu C h o r a l e and
writer to their hearts' content.
dancer troupe, Watusi Warrior
Another new feature at the Fair Dancers, Ruwanda drumnrcrs and
this season is the Speedy Go-Kart West Africa's Dinizula and troupe,
dragslrip located at the Oregon
A cendiry-old Belgian carousel,
Pavilion in the Industrial Area. Punchinello puppet theatre and the
While Junior is racing a Ras-pro- colorful Gllles dancers wait to en
polled kart, sister can saddle up tertoin youngsters at the Belgian
for a ride on a live pony or horse. Village while their parents "rubber
Timber Carnival, held several times neck" at the more than 100 authen
a day In the Oregon stadium, is tic buildings modeled after a Flem
another attraction for the whole Ish town. Al.so of interest in the
tamily.
Village arc the little shops when
For a pen pal from the United demonstrations of lace making,
States or abroad, stop in at the glass blowing and coppcrworlts are
Parker Pen Pavilion, where a com held daily.
puter will match your interests
For a ride on a dlpsy-doodle slide
with other participants from around a spinning gymnasium or a moving
the world.
ship deck, visit the supervised playI2-Mlnu(e Boat Ride
ground for children 6 to 12 years of
The Pepsi Cola Pavilion offert a age at the Danish Pavilion. Known
H » "PRINCESS" k tat ef «» cwMty'i bnl Intwa ctiifen tfww i m Tony Ztuarino «nd Dick Willliim,
I2-minute boat ride through a nar- a* Tivoli Gardens Playground, Its
row canal, banked on either tide design was supervised by archl
tmwft af Ikt Styrt Watt* Mini* Ctaltr, lacattd •» Hit Sayrt Woodi Shopping Ctntor.-ait uiina. th* car
by international scenes with an I tects of the famous Tivoli Gardens
mated dolls singing "It's t Small In Copenhagen.
ft arwmta Mwlr SCHOOL IAND INSTHUMtNT PROGRAM. Tht driver shown htr. is Pal Williams. Th.
World." The Disney-created exhibit
Thrilling Performance
Stff* WttA Mvik Cmfer k) a* wttwritt* datltr »•» SELMER - IUNDY. UILANC - VITO • NORMANDY presents a salute to UNICEF.
Four times daily the "Flying
Animated forest creatures live in Eagles of Papantla" climb a 114NOKIT • HOITON I W ImtrMiMh. Dial J1MI7I.
.the "Enchanted Forest" of the foot pole in front of the Mexican
Scott Paper Co. exhibit, which re- Pavilion and swing out into spaa
1
lates the story ol paper from wood- for a thrilling performance of daring and agility. Mexican lolk dan
cers also demonstrate their native
grace and color in front of the pa.
vilion, which features ancient an
modern art from south of the border.
Brightly costumed dolls are dlsplayed on the second floor of the
Philippine Pavilion along w i t h
other products of the Philippine Is.
lands.
A supervised outdoor recreation
i area is open daily at the Protestanl
I Orthodox Center from noon to dusk.
Parents are invited to leave their
younger children at the pavilion
while visiting this and other c *
hibits.
A bird's-eye view of the In tor tin
lional Area and the entire cxposl
tion can be enjoyed from the Swiss
Sky Ride, a spectacular cable car
journey, 112 feet above the Fairgrounds.
A new exhibit for the 1965 sea
son, The Pavilion on the United Nations, displays educational matcria
on the UN Secretariat and the UN
P o s t a l Administration. Commemorative stamps also are ex
hibited lor the enjoyment of the
j young philatelist.
Igloo-Shaped Dome
Stuffed and live wild life, native
to our 49th State, Alaska, arc located under the white, igloo-shaped
dome of the Alaskan Pavilion in
the Federal and States Area. The
northern lights, called aurora borealis, that brighten Alaskan skies
at night are recreated on the in
side of the pavilion's dome.
Techniques of Hollywood's movie
industry are demonstrated around
various authentic movie sets at the
Hollywood Pavilion. Close by, at
Deaigned in cooperation with leading orthopedic aurgeona for finmma, tlw
the Illinois Pavilion, a DisneyNEXT TO MATAWAN POST OFFICE
Sealy Poaturepedic apendi all night giving back to yon what the Ion*; day
created figure of A b e Lincoln
stands and talks solemnly to the
has taken away. Naturally, your morninga a n better—never • morning
audience, much as he did during
backache from aleeping on a too-aoft mattress. And you can chooM your
his presidency a century ago. An
Poaturepedic with the kind of comfort thit
extensive collection of Lincoln's
works Is displayed in the pavilion's
feela beat: Extra Firm or Gently Finn.
Manuscript Room, and a n«iv liBach piece from
brary presents books about out 16th
President and Illinois.
A miniature train for youngsters
chugs around the Long Island RailRoad Exhibit, past live baby chicks
tnd a switching tower.
An 11-mimite film at the Maryland Pavilion recreates the writing
of our national anthem at the Bat
tie of Fort Mcllcnry, fought out
side Baltimore during the War of
1812. Old and new American ship
models aim arc displayed.
"SeMt Of St. U u i « " Dl.pl.ije..
For still another look back Into
American history, stop at the Missouri Pavilion where Charles LindLuxuriously iniooth, name brand
bergh's plnne, The "Spirit of St.
quality itarter aet. Include! combLouis," It hung from th« pnvlllon't
colling. Both a full-sale model of
•pui percale fitted bottom and flat
Friendship 7 and a Iwn-tnnn Gemtop sheet.
FOR A LIMITED TIME, COMMENCING SATURDAY
Inl space capsule arc on display
HTM IOM
at th« pavilion,
Mil (M • «•) *t hit (M • I*)**, s*..
Children brought ti|i In the East
QUEEN Sill
will be delimited with the live cutHe mid huises conalcil outside the
H > SO' «Kll plw*, . . « , „ . „
Montana Pavilion, itml tlto memoNINO SUE
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rnblllrt of Wild Dill Illnkok, Buffalo
Ulll Cody nnil Cnliiinlly .Inn* on
dlsnlny In the VhmMnn Centennial
Train,
Lionel tumid Iriiltin lire Inycd out
Convtjnffnf Monffily Payment* Can ! • Arranfcd for Your PurchtMt
•round • mlnltiture town it the
New Jersey Pavilion ami n dillttrm't NX), with bt>itr«, duck*, birds,
monkeyi, uliix'p, i>l|jn iml a nilf, It
• special feature it th* New York
•tale "Tent of Tomorrow" fVivll-i
Ion, A kiddle cur rklfl ami a Men in j
flrtl nilKllK', tltlllliK linck t o HIM,
also am tocnleil on ilm pnvlllon'l
srJPorld's Fair Features, Games
Are Attractions For Children
SAYRI WOODS MUSIC CENTER
Your morning is
THIS SATURDAY, SEPT. 18th
CALICO
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FABRIC
SHOP
Sealy Posturepedic
MAIN ST., MATAWAN
A Complete Selection
Of Fall Fashion Fabrics
- Woolens - Rayons
Acetates - Percales
- Every Wanted Fabric
For 'Most Every Purpose!
2 PERCALE SHEETS
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Super-size Sealy Postarepedie let
STOREWIDE OPENING
DISCOUNTS ON ENTIRE
•M"
FABRIC COLLECTION
CALICO FABRIC SHOP
161 MAIN ST. MATAWAN
Next To MflfAwan Pott Office
HOURSs MONDAY THRU SATURDAY 10 to 6 - CLOSED SATURDAY
r,hlltlri'ii'.>i t'ltilimiin nnil n storyHlrlH hour itti' |mi( nf tlit> mniiy
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FURNITURE
COMPANY
WEST
]«6<J
KEYPORT
Free Periling opp. Sior*
264-0111
Open Monday and Friday Evenings Until 9 P.M.
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SCREENED TOP SOIL
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LOST
FEMALE BEAGLE ta Cliffwood
• Btach t r t a . Loft to have pup*.
Child's pat. C a t MM4a>.
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RIAL ESTATE FOR SALE
Mm.
V.F.W. AUXILIARY 4M7 will ._
Mr a but trip to World'* fair
•Member Uth. Adults IS. children
Fit tecludlu admlMlon. For fur*
btr larormaUoa etll Mrt. R. MeatSM-TNt.
wilt
KIYPORT
IMMACULATE
TWO-FAMILY
$18,300
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PLOT, 4 grtve*
saorelaad Memorial Oardeni.
Call 2"A4Ut.
will
LARGE l*vy blut Eajliih baby
coach Including mattreu, bag,
ttorm thitld, very f o o t condition;
atio new electric tteriliier. Call
m-7»M.
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MAYER AGENCY REALTOR
HIGHWAY M
MATAWAN
& CARTON
AGCY.
PARKER BOARDINO HOME KM
Batata! ' BBBBBl
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U FOOT THOMPSON boat, Se*
Modal;
wlndihield,
steering
wheel, uch, running lights. Sacriflce 1375. Ctll MJM831.
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C. B. TRANSCEIVER Lafayette
He-M-A with It transmitting crys-
m», o n IM-MM.
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CHRYSLER Alrtemp air conditioner, US volt. WOO BTU, 3/4 ton
171 Ctll 5M-7M5.
will*
21" PHILCO TV. Inquire McMthon's Ttvern, Highwiy 34, MtttwjlS
LAWN SPREADER $5, lawn mow
er with i r a u catcher *7.M. Ctl
mm*.
will*
TV, kitchen art, (Ingle bed. Caii
MMI7I.
wilt
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va wt
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HEARING AIDS
POWERFUL -
MEMOOM RANCH
DEPENDABLE
$12,900
APPROXIMATELY
A-l bMtHM. IMjin M,
OLIVER'S
BROAD AT LITTLE ST.
MATAWAN
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FOR VOLKSWAGEN 1 roof rick
I wheel, I let of snow Ore*, like
MW m . c m » M . 7 « .
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I" BOY'S bike, fair condition, red
and white 110. Kitchen set t
Piece*, chrome and formict, cuth
Ion chtlri t » It" Dumont TV
FM radio walnut console originally
MM now 140. Sewing machine foot
tretdle very old needi adjustment
$5. Call Mt-MSS.
W ]ig
GAS DRYER, n r v Norge still
cr«te; cheap. Cell 583-1018. w)l«
THOROUGHBRED beagle), rabbi
dogs 1 year old, been started
Bast offer. Inquire 443 Middle
Road, Hailet or call 264-5080. wjlt
— MAlfOM-
264-0745
— MUlfWU U I T I N M - .
aftattl
CARMEN'S CATERING
SERVICE
CURRIER & CSIK
GENERAL COYTMCTORS
M4-2133
264-1210
W Y $ OF THE WEEK
Left over from last week, 3 bedroom ranch, also brand new, full
basement finished, >/2 acre lot, garage, big eat in kitchen, best neighborhood, walking distance to school.
Come on down and take a look at
this beautiful model home.
VA NO DOWN
FHA MINIMUM DOWN
HA2LET—REDUCED
Ranch 3 bedrooms, large living
room, patio with trees, split rail
fence around entire property; corner lot, city sewers. Call now
$15,000.
SUBJECT TO APPROVALS
FOR THESE AND OTHERS
CALL
IANKL ft WEBER
REALTY CO.
MATAWAN
CASEY'S AGENCY
REALTOR
MULTIPLE LISTING
HWY U
HA7.LET
164 8442
HIGHWAY M
will
566-3311
CAHIll
IN
VETS NO O W N
NON-VETS 3% DOWN
MATAWAN
IT'S VAN'S
THE CAHILL CO., INC.
STERLING McCANN
REAL ESTATE
FOR SALE
UNDER THE RED ROOF
HWY 34
MADISON TWP.
866-8666
MOVING must sell, living room
tablet, lamps, rugs and runner.
River Gardens. Call 566-059}. wJI6
MATAWAN
A real plus home, trees + 3 bedrooms + formal dining room +
full basement + garage + city
GOING OUT
water and sewers + excdlen
OF BUSINESS
neighborhood. Price $13,900. FHA
$450 down to a qualified buyer.
Every bike must be sold. 90; 16 Payments approximately $123 pe
month
Including taxes.
inch $6 up; 20 inch (10 up; 24 inch
$12 up; M inch | I 5 up; also parts
sold. Complete stock 1600. Call 566- Two family, separate utilities, 4
0593.
wjjff rooms and bath, each floor, $14,500.
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ELECTRIC 30" 4 burner range
with oven and broiler. Cheap $25.
Call owner MS-4637 or 566-4418. W]16
TAP SHOES size 10'/2, ballet slippers 10>4; leotards 4-8. Red 3
ON
piece winter outfit size 4; also
pink 3 piece winter outfit size 2.
Call 264 0285.
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RANCH
MORGANVILLE
Three bedroom ranch l'/j baths,
full basement, excellent condition
in beautiful location on Vi acre.
$22,500.
MATAWAN (STRATHMORE)
Air conditioned 3 bedrooms, Colonial on corner lot 2 car garage,
fireplace, must sell. $24,850.
SUBJECT TO VA * FHA
APPROVAL
VAN'S AGENCY
REALTOR
CR. HWY 34 AND MAIN ST.
MATAWAN
566-1381
OPEN 7 DAYS
MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE
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CLIFFWOOD BEACH — Immediate
occupancy, 4 bedrooms, dining
room, large living room, large
kitchen; l>/7 baths. Full cellar, oi
hot water heat; 1 car garage. Lol
150x100. $1800 and take over mort
gage. Call 565-0091 and ask for
Mr. Holden.
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NO DOWN PAYMENT
FOR QUALIFIED BUYER
Three bedroom ranch, full tile
bath, Magic Chef appliances.
MALLETT CONST. CO.
787-4178
264-4472
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SITUATION WANTED
WILL DO IROMNG In my home
Call 566-7119.
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WILL CARE for children of work
ing parents at my home in Cliffwood Beach. $ .25 per hour each
Call 566-2135.
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WILL DO baby sitting in my home
Call 264-3914.
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WANTED TO RENT
MAN formerly of Malavvai. wlshe:
room and board with family; rate
$100 per month or room with kitch
en privileges by October 1st Ir the
Borough of Matawan. Write only
li. N. Reed, 8 Ocean View Ave.
Kcansburg.
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1v, ACRES
PERFORMANCE! VALUE
Four of t i t * moit Important f««furos to
fflifM AwOtl? W I M lOOkin^ TOT A D#TT#f
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IMOfl *Mf*
TMJH fiflO fn#fll M h t f t III
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Mr top itloction of fomilno
STRAUB-BUICK
/ / DOUBLE
CHECKED
USED CARS
YOUR SIGN OF SATISFACTION
STRAUB MOTORS,
INC. BUICK-OPEL
35 4 BtdU Rd., Ktyport
Never so much far so llttlo. This
lovely 7 year old 2 bedroom rnnch
home with larRO kitchen, plenty nt Maintenance
privacy. (Spotless.) Call now lor
SMALL JOB SPECIALISTS
this will not last.
p y — doors, slalrs.
SUBJECT TO VA & 1HA
paneling, etc. Inside painting,
APPROVAL
GENERAL SERVICES CO.
$41-3117
BRITE REALTY INC.
UNION BEACH apartment 3 large KEYPORT—apartment 6 rooms a r d THREE eiperieoced premiers. Us>
ion Shop, piece work rates. Ap»
bath, all utilities supplied, Adults
rooms. Inquire Augie's Amoco,
wj!6* ply in person, Morris ManufacturHighway 36, Union Beach or call only. Call 264-6226.
264-9766.
wjtf KEYPORT—furnished lovely room, ing Co.. I Johnson Ave., Matawaa.
tile bath and shower. Walking
EXPERIENCED OPERATOR!
XIFFWOOD BEACH, modern ar*
art mem 3 rooms and bath, alsi distance to town. Residential area.
SINGLE NEEDLE
Ideal
for
teacher,
close
tc
gramI furnished room, heat and hoi
SEWING MACHINES
water supplied, parking lot. pri mar and high school. Call 264-7000
DAY OR NIGHT SHIFT
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vale entrance. Call S66-I952
wjlt or 264-3C49 after 6 p.m.
APPLY IN PERSON
MORRIS MFG CO.,
UNION
BEACH—4
rooms,
all
Im1 BEDROOM apartment in Key
JOHNSON AVE
MATAWAN
provements, ga heat $70 with
port, all electric, on bus line,
$115 Call 264-4822.
wjtf electricity. 1 month security re- REGISTERED NURSE part timt
quired. Call 264-4169 after 6 p.m.
afternoons. Call 264-2027.
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MODERN 3V4 room air conditioned
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THIS NEWSPAPER does not know,
apartment, tile bitth, central loKEYPORT
2
rooms
and
bath,
ingly accept help wanted ads
cation. Call 787-9670
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heat, electric and hot water sup- from employers covered by t h t
MODERN 3-room apartment, all plied; furnished or unfurnished; Fair Labor Standards Act, which
utilities furnished. Call 264-3729. suitable for retired couple. Inquire applies to employment in interwjtf Nelson, 62 Green Grove Ave., Key- state commerce, if they offer less
wj!6 than the legal minimum wage of
THREF. large rooms and bath with port.
tundeck and closed porch, neat MATAWAN—Modern spacious Cape $1.25 an hour or fail to pay lime
Cod (2 bedrooms), living room and one-half for hours over 40 t
Rollo's bus station, Keyport, heat
and hot water supplied, $110 month with beamed ceiling, kitchen, large week. Contact the U.S. Labor DeNewly decorated. Immediate occu open porch, 1'/, baths, city water, partment's Vjca'. oflice for mort
pancy, adults only Cnl' 462-6298. lull basement, garage. Immaculate information. The address is Fedwjtf.
wjtf condition (walking distance "to era! Building, frenton
Strathmore" shopping and buses).
MATAWAN - JOurtmen. 5 rooms Immediate occupancy. $165 month- MIDDLE AGED WOMAN, hou .
and bath; 120 per month. Call ly. Call owner 566-4637 o - 566-4418.
keeping fo- boarding home. Cai
after 5 p.m. 566-4063.
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immediately. Man or woATTENTION ROOMERS MARLBORO VILLAGE — 3 room WANTED
man to supply Consumers with
apartment,
refrigerator,
gas
MEN ONLY
stove, hot water, all conveniences; Rawlclgh P r o d : ; t s Can earn $St
weekly
part lime, 1125 k up fullLooking for a room where you walking distance to stores, chools. time, Write Rawlcigh ->>-p<-. NJIdon't have to tip toe in at night. churches etc. Call 462-2353. W)I6 136-336, Chester. P a .
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Hotel conditions, ceramic tile baths KEYPORT—3!4 rooms, sunny spa
and showers, all new furniture.
cious, will furnish. Call 256-4000
Plenty parking, on bus line. Call extension 2958, after 5.30 667-8,151). EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
for appointment. John Scoras.
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DAY OR NIGHT SHIFTS
APARTMENT downtown Keyport,
264-4167
unfurnished, 4 rooms, apartment
over store, heat, hot water supplied. For willing capable semi-skilled
264-6325
Adults preferred. Call 9 a.m. to personnel. Apply Ballard Advertiswjtl
WH6 ing, 13.1 1st St., Keyport
Take time out to see those beau S p.m.. 2M-.'iOC9.
tiful room:,.
HOUSE, 6 ,-ooms, gas heat, full MIDDLE AGED couple, man for
maintenance, woman for light
bath, available October 1st. $85
REASONABLE RATES
per month. Call 264-3231.
wjlC kitchen work; apartment available,,
wjtl UNION BEACH—I room house Write Jox A in care of this ny _
paper.
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available October 1st, adults only.
A P A R T M E N T , unfurnished, 2 b e d
rooms, $60 p e r month. Call PA1- One month security required, Call ALL AROUND handy man lo mainw; !6
•1902.
wjtf 264-W8 alter 6 p.m.
tain office and grounds; S day
week. References. Write Box C in
M O D E R N , unfurnished, 3 room 34 HIGHWAY near Matawan, idea! care of this newspaper.
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for teachers, 4 room apartment
' apirtment, ideal for young cou
pie. Call 264-340.').
wjtf $110 includes all. Sterling McCann, r-'KMAI.K nurses aides; all shifts,
Real Estate, llwy. 34, Madison
5 day week, paid holic'jys. Apply
UNION BEACH - apartment 4 Township. 566-9(66.
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rooms. Inquire 20S Florence AVL., KEYPORT—3 rooms and bath, all in person Brookdale Nursing Home,
Highway
35, llaz.lct.
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Union Beach.
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newly decorated, heat and a
WOMAN
for
general
housecleanlnR.
utilities
.supplied,
has
to
be
seen
UNION BEACH — apartment 4
Fridays. Own transportation. Ex- '
rooms and bath in duplex house. lo be appreciated; olf street parkAvailable immediately. Call 264 in): Adults only. Call 284-4661. wjlfi perienccd, references. Call 566-7519.
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6193.
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AUTOS FOR SALE
WOMAN to care for 4 children for
UNION BEACH—apartment unfurwnrkinj! mother evenings. Live jg
nished, 3 large rooms, an.' bath.
preferred. Call 2G4-8B6.
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BILL LANZARO'S
Heat, hot water supplied. Floor
MATURE man with skill in cartiles throughout the rooms. Inquire
AUTO SALES
pentry or masonry. Work 12 months
20D Dock St., Union Beach. Newly
QUALITY USED CARS
decorated.
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each year. The right man will earn
134 MAIN ST., MATAWAN
high income or incentive payment.
KEYPORT — furnished room. In
CR MAIN * RT II
Call 583-1113 or apply in person
quire 74 Kearney St., Keyport or
at Meridian Brick, Cliffwood Ave.,
call 264-0223.
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566-2224
and Pond St.. Cliffwood.
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APARTMENT, 6 rooms, 3 bed
FULL TIME female secretary, genOPEN EVES TIL I P M
rooms, living room, dining room
kitchen. Center of town. Heat and 1962 FALCON station wagon, stick eral office work including limited
shorthand. Salary commensurate
utilities supplied. Inquire Boro Bar
padded dash, window washers.
ber Shop, 72 Broad St., Keyport or 34,000 miles, denied panel $500. Call with experience and ability. Work
in Bayshore area, S days a week
call 2H-984S.
wjl6 566-7732.
wjlC and every other Saturday. Writt
THREE nodern rooms and full 1952 FORD V-8 automatic, fully Box D in care of this Newspaper
ceramic tile bath; science kitchequipped; runs O.K. Inspected •stating qualifications.
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en, birch cabinets, refrigera .or, $S0. Call 5660655.
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stove; hardwood floors. Adults, 1956 CHEVROLET, 6 cylinder auto KITCHEN help male or female.
Apply in person Poet's Inn, Routa
references, security. Call 566-1367.
malic, good running condition 79, Matawan.
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KEANSBURG. furnished bungalows 1958 RENAULT, needs work, very MAN to do laundry and dishes,
steady employment. Apply in per3 and 4 room, all improvements;
good for parts, 2 tires practically
for winter fir all year, near trans- new $50 complete. Call 566-6250. son Brookdale Nursing Home.
Route
35. Hazlet.
HrjEjV
portation. Call 787-2136.
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BARTENDER, part time. Call only
CLIFFWOOD apartment 3 rooms
between 7 and 8 p.m., 2S4-1I64.
and bath; all utilities supplied;
PETS
wilt
couple only. Call 566-3520 or 5S6Om.
WJI6 ROELBOW Kennel Boarding, no RELIABLE WOMAN to care for S
year old girl '/2 day, Hazlct
cages, individual pens with run.
APARTMENT 2% rooms, furnished, on ground floor, private en- Your dog's own diet, tender loving school area. Call 264-643(1.
trance. Inquire 71 Woodland Drive, care; reservations taken. Mrs. Bow WOMAN driver to transport children to and from private school
Cliffwood Beach or call 5GG-2746. man, Marlboro Township. Call 462
wjtf near Matawan, 5 days. Call M8WJ16 2S9S.
2333.
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HOUSE, adults only, ideal for newWANTED TO BUY
lyweds or retired couple. $80 per
month. Inquire 621 Sydney Ave.,
SHOE REPAIRMAN
ANTIQUES WANTED
Union Beach.
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Furniture,
china,
glass
from
one
UNION BEACH—house, unfurnishWorking manager, all around man,
ed, 5 rooms and bath; baseboard piece to an estate. What have you? excellent opportunity for a d e n i * ^
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heat, lai'KC yard. Immediate occu- Call anytime 566-6410
able man. Good wages, sle.idy Sst*
pancy. Call 264-35S8.
wj[6_' BUILDING LOTS indlvlduual or ploymcnt. Family Circle Shoe Resmall tracts. Will pay top dollai pair Department. Route 36 & Pools
MATAWAN areu.
apartment 4
largo rooms, modern tilo bath; no real estate brokers. Call 566 Ave., Hazlot.
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all utilities except electric supplied. 5200, if no answer call Murdock 7- MAN, laundry wash room, steady
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$115 per month. Inquire 201 Lower 0767.
work, ni) experience neces ry.
Main St., Matawan or call 506-7230. U.if. COINS and tokens. Call S.F7K Call Keyport Cleaners 264-1C0O.
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Enterprises, PA1-5157.
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PART TIME tomato pickers, Holmdel nrea, own transportation. Call
204-0324.
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WOMAN lor general hinisc-clr-aning,
own transportation Thursday or
Eloctric Ropairs
Contractors
BEST ELECTRIC MOTOR
REPAIR C O .
15 TIIROCKMOltTON ST.
FREEHOLD
VACUUM CLEANER — Pollslmr
repair sorvlcu. Parti and supplies. HOSOJ, brushes, ba/js, Pick
482-70S3
up and Delivery. Call 566-2,ri24. wjtI
KOOLMOKE Service. Air condT- Complete lino of new find rebuilt
tinning and refrlgt'intor ropiili n motors, repnlrlii);, rewinding, powwjll) er tools, fain, floor polisher*,
WJIS and lorvkt). Call f)6B-736l,
"FOR ACTION"
LICENSED
REAL ESTATE BROKER
3370 HWY 35
HAZLET
M4M*f
842-2800
MATAWAN AREA. I t e n . 1ST fool
frontage. Modern I room (4 hed
rooms) Cape Cod Ifouse. I bslln
Oil hot wntor heat, DMoment, Onrage. All In excellent condition
$17,900.
G & S LANDSCAPING
FALL MAINTENANCE
J'OWlilt KAKINO
MM-8971
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MATAWAN AREA. Approx, S/4
ncre, 100 ft, Inimaculnto t room Miic«llan«oui
lil-levol ranch with brick front
Doth. Oil forced nlr hunt, Ds.it)
lim'.l, CIIA1HH, cnitchM, cinei,
mont, Onrii'o, Plctuioitquo nulli
etc, for tent or salt. C'IIIIHO
t t l , J19,1)00,
ni'coiinlt lavlleil. Mnlnwiti Dmiti,
MOHOANVILLI!. D/4 Heron. 200 toot
frunUtfto, Almnit now 0 rraim rnncli
H.I Mnls Sired. Mulnwtn.
Ctll
Mill 0021.
will
liouso. Tiled IIIIMI, III hot water Television
licnt, ainnl »(/.oct fliilihcil (knotty
plno) n w c n l l a n room with Imur
DON'S TV SERVICE
fWiliiniil
ly|ic Imf, AlKichcd I'ur funt t'flich'Mt rmlni ami
H1. i'i'i,nun.
MAYER AGENCY
tW
TV SERVICE
566-1600
KYi'K tttiNSON INfi
MAIAWAN
I'KJtSONAL
IIKHVICK
M VMM
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CAR PKNTliHTamTbuFfdlnR eont raotor. 1. 0. Met»ner, Florence Ave.,
Keyport, New homes tutftt,
si
alterations tad repairs. Ctll Ml
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M'lli'.iinvllli',
C u l l ilIK ||li,!
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Uphohrery
linlilhi 1 .
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VINCl'NI J DIOENNARO
DI.IKi. CONTRACTOR
I7 SOUTH flKKRS ST.. IIOLMDEI
Complete building line Carpentry
masofiry, painting * aluminum
products
26422t4
MAN for steady einploytiifnt to
work In u inmU'rn sctvlre stu'ion.
Salary opi'ii tn SI00 p','r week to
stnrt ilepi'iKlinj.; on <.'.<pcrii'iicp. Ap.
ply In piT'-'un (inly . iilnirk's
Station, Ilolnnlcl' UnaJ, Hn/I
MA1.K truck driver, experienced,
over 2,ri years old, part lime,
twice weekly. Call .191-9!32 or Ini|uiro Morganvllle Farm, Gro'.'nwrxid lioad, NliirKiluvlllc.
w[l»
KMALircItR ci.ndlors, exptTienc.
ed or Iwcinners, Hleadv )nl). Call
5119132 or Inquire Morganvllle
harm, QrecnwiKid Koud, Morgan.
vllle. _
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IMKRCK PILOT. i'ROP,
C L K A W N C P V W V M A N hir~St"rath.
wlll/IH Would you Illui a modern ceramic
more Kanch, own Irnnsportatinn,
tilo Imlhrooin or kitchen at a low Cull SIW-7451.
"'
Top Soil
COM. I'rcv entltunlcii. Call 204.1303. WOMAN"iiTwiMy ncivfci; ap|
will
mwiti l>y teli'plioiii' from yrf
TOP SOIL
own Lome; npprnxlinutuly .T/4
hourn pi'r ilay, M!« (Mntnsvnn nreii)
Clnitnm, bluo stono, drlvnwny «rnv
VINCENT
GENTILE
only in'i'tl npply. Wil(« Hex K In
cl, fill dirt, 1'lmlen, ttrnrhlni! nml
cam (if Ilil'i McWKpiipiM-.
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IlklJ
Mt/ILI>INfJ CON'IKACJOH
ICKVIlivKiATIOfJ nd-Mi'iiiint full
DIETRICH BROS,
time, oxprilijiir'.' picfiTrcd, A|iply
t'liilom
h»nii>«, (((•itliliiiiK, i i l t c r u
W.V IINItN.fWK'K AVR,
llnyalioro fiiiiiocd, Koutc .IS (ipfio*
Ili'lin, l i i l l l n i , l l l r p l ( l ' ' " H , Sl'|lllo « y i
MATAWAN
»ltu K »f C UtilldliiK. Kcypoit,
I r i i t i , (•.,< Htt.ir. r c n l n h . l l n i l m r l t d
Ul'lI'M.sil-ltY
vision »ervlc« call Mill MM,
HUALTOH
1IIOIIWAY ;i4
MATAWAN
HELP W A N T E D
BUSINESS SERVICES |
$9200
APPROX. $70 MONTHLY
PRICE! STYLE!
W[1S
Full Price $14 500. See this spark'
MATAWAN BOROUGH
ling rancher with a giant science
kitchen. Full tile bath, oversized Three bedroom Cape Cod, fireplace,
bedrooms, large finished garage. full basement, -illy water and sew
Beautiful landscaped lot. See This era, reduced to $14,500.
One I I I
SUBJECT TO VA & FHA
APPROVAL
FOR RENT
FOR RENT
Brtad new Cape Cod home, Lochslea Heights area, custom built, 2
bedrooms, r odern kitchen, large
livlag room, full basement, 600 foot
deep tot, upstairs ready to be finished, complete with slorm doors
built nomes on your lot aid screens. Asking only (15,990.
COMPLETE LINE OF FOODS
M4-S141 OR 56*9890
REAL ESTATE
WEDDINGS - HOUSE PARTIES
PIRATE SHIP
ALL AFFAIRS
CLIFFWOOD BEACH
wrtf RT. H
566-0001
DOMESTIC and foreign bicycle reWJ16
pair* our specialty. Bayshore
Hardwire Co., Front St., opposite KEANSBURG, bungalow 5 rooms
i n d bath, 3 bedrooms, large
Pott Office, Keyport Call 2M-II4S.
wjtf kitchen, large living roam, floor
heater. Near churches, schools and
shopping. $3500. Inquire Asliall 158GUARANTEED WORKMANSHIP 160 Main St., Kcansbur;; or call
787-6040.
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Blacktop, drives, curbing, sidewalks and patios. All type fencing
Installed. Call 671-5134.
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FOR "a Job well done feeling'
clean carpets with Blue Lustre. 3 bedrooms, living room, den, gaRent electric shampooer fl. West- rage, basement. Convenient to
era Auto, 112 Main St., Matawan. shopping and transportation. $17,
300. Call 671-3311 NOWI. VA no
j
down — FHA minimum down.
TELEPHONE ANSWERING
SERVICE
WALKER & WALKER
Lot u i be your Secretary, no need
to mitt calls; part time or ' '
REALTORS
time service. Call M4-7000.
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206K Highway 3S
FOR LANDSCAPING with a differMiddletown-Holmdel, N. J.
ence using Rhododendron and
Multiple Listings
A n l e a s call Wells Nursery 741-0180.
And Trade-ins
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Phone: 671-3311
WILL CLEAN cellars, attics ind
Send for Catalog
garages. Call Kt-1786 after 12.
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ItUsftctkM •uartatttd. Come I n s e t far yourself. -
M him M M Tt VA tad
fJOMaVl
BICYCLE need flxin'? Bring It in
to Western Auto, 112 Main St
Matawan. We repair all makes.
wlW
SAVE «/2
NO DOWN PAYMENT
alaall
.•Sad. Cal MMIII. Matawaa
y,
in
STROTHER & ECKEL, INC.
LLOYD AND N O U N RDS.
MORGANVILLE
BULLDOZINO a> BACKHOB
Oradlac, U a d Clearing, Top Soil,
IERVICS
TrtachhiB, Lttertls, Fill Dirt etc.
Call Mi-MM or SM-1M2. If no
ECKEL'S TRUCKING
aatwtr call UM52S.
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YOU butt 'em, we'll fix 'em. Glass
CALL DAY OR NIOHT
tnd screen repairs. Bayshore
Hardware Co., Front St., opposite
»jtt Pott Office. Keyport Call H4-1145.
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Dandle,
ion roonat I I H and up. Fell
».H, ubsttot and brick tldlni t
alto atrttt dMrt t » 7J.
•tobtrttvillt arta a tejatrti
Rooflag luppfita. Old Brldat
I), tomt trt wood- Psair
Boad,
BaitiiliiniTt
ftfl Otbtoo
wAtMafaai
lmr»sJeitsSr!ll
Thnt or four bedroom dining
full hutment, oil hot wstcr
heat; 1 etr oeUchec gtrtge.
Storms aad tcreens. Lot size
4HI4I. Price flS.M.
SERVICES
which aaiwtra
JUavitttt. It It frtt tad It mtv
tto obtalatd from tay of tht tf-
credit It good yo« caa buj
bedroom borne with eo
down, located In Unioa
Immediate occuptner For
iajerautlaa call Icoraa ConatrucU
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m-mt
itrvite alw MOUMM a booUM.
mi
Four bedrooms, IH •> «hs. all otoc- • w a r
trie, attaehtd sarca*. Fine ar*t, dM I
owatr trtaaftrrtd. Your gala for
t
Ill.ttt.
INHfRANCE-REAL ESTATE
M MAIN ST.
KEYPORT
M MBM tali tafomatiM
«fllctaf Mir matoytr or fenaer
MMtojrtr. Tkt Ultra*! Rtvtwit
NO MONEY DOWN
A sUNMOMB HEAVY DUTY
Tka'afliet «rftt wptytri wka
kav* m i n i ttact Jit. I w j r t i
to NMra M O M OK. U ckacfc
tat M M «f MMtr MMtaa Mfert «•• MM to « • thelrlM tox
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MATAWAN BOROUGH
HOUSES FOR SALE
Three bedrooms. aJnliu room, ftretUce In Hvlng room, oil heat, b««#- er ours; t h o new hornet for sale
Iwd MslW. Prlet IH.IM. Financing erranged.
NEW HOMES AVAILABLE
KEYPORT
BaMattafsal Of aUMUlttf
•ad will roomr your taiirt east
wtthla thrtt years alter rttlrtpoa rtattt Mthlai at Income
rteeiwd art fully
HOUSES FOR SALE
CLIIFFWOOD BEACH
M
tadtt t> ataa fjaiacsd frtat-
.....SSESS3S
HOUSES FOR SALE
FREE INSTALLATION
ALUMINUM COMBINATION
• T M M WINDOW!
Thursday, September 16, I94§
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THE MATAWAM JOURNAL. H.J.
Hr»t Section — Pag* Thirteen
ride*. aeaMfor
tkt Uw-
CHICKENS- 29
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to a raaHea
HMr,
faaq
Waf 41 W M M J flf
r t f M tor alder diildrea aad adt«a
a n featured arouad tha wildU«
lachiaed a n the wild atouae, a
•mail roller neater aad acooter
it aatt at praaast totae
preaf af arevteas driviat eiperSace.. ITat
k * driving
drWiag teat
tetrtejuirement
j
awy at waives
n
aives if tki applicant
pp
Uw hoUtr aff a valid
lidaVivar
Vi U
M I M alatf stale «r eouatry.
aiwMeai arftet that
mt
tm
M
tmU aOtd aat driving ability.
A astaovnd baby dephaat aad a
0-year-old Coney Island carousel
provide tntertaiantett for the young
at Carousel Park. The carousel has
72 hand-carved wooden animals and
two old Germain band organs.
M m » r l i tt Tame AatoMle
Fair visitors
o scan visit two cg
ajoriBaa aaatai M'Tota aad Oargantua I I at Ceatlncntal Park, la adCMM4» ClMBtar. A l l
fat*. IMvMoa
didaa to a Mtnigeria «f taaM ani
UT Eaet State St., f>li
atormail housed in a teat, than are
tot the interior, a * * , aaj- ratr.
llva amyifwnt rides.
Also, you a n rrqulaad ta taad He
Watch a porpsiM slat. P>ay ball
erlglaal copy of tftkv t M a He
aad clown about; see a seal juggle
el n aad a saner ft*aaa)bst ea»
and catch rings, all free ai the
thle etrrtctkM.
(tmStnSf
Florida Pavilion Porpois* Show
Also part of the Sunshine State's
efee).
exhibit this year, ti a free Florida
Citrus Water Ski Show a the Anv
cyela eMvtrlaMaetoM M Jtj
aaltbaatrr when visitors will mar
A-Ia order to ekuta a. asat
v d at the blasce aad deaterity of
tie driver Hecate to'
sUrted Bat aanonnen M nsn spceo
you lautt be IT-ya
,. tlta at rraakald Meglter arauad a circular track U-feet
ant taattada
ScftaaL Ctartte wiU iacbde widt.
ptnatt fora
lee af I t * * Operaiioef. Efla we Jaycopter Ride visilore
fective Eaejtea, Effective Speakiag. caa aajoy the Mautioa of flyiag
Baaataalct
1
tatl
Aaalysias
Ffatav
to
a htUoopter, aad at Iks aearby
I? cS» Ita'vMo. art hw clal Statements.
Log Flume Ride, passengers travel
M i , If tad whaa you
l a * Aattrican Institute of avak- to a hollcwed-out log along a series
complett thcat tNto.
M t win be set aa) torka) la tka largest adult adacitiatal af Hveiy Inclines and sharp curves,
fiaally shooting down a 45
'
"aa in America. Specially
your load tett. If yoa past Mat taad
elide into a whirling pc
teat you will be (aaaaaf a tetsparary .
Mats are written by asjtas-canopied beats carry
Motorcycle drivar Icens* (valid perk) ia Hair fields, aad t r * raigers out into Meadow Lake,
lor N days). Your permanent aV " * whaa necestary t t * e
cease will arrival to A c natal apart always up la daM when past exhibits located aJemg the
waterfront.
This cruise Includes
proximately two watka altar yaar
art made in '
guide. Maroda also offers three
road test. Official reply fatal
thrill
rides
for
older children.
.
VS. Division of Motor Vtafcka.
Replica Of Santa Maria
Q—I am preparing for aiy a t t ar HCCDM examination, I aato BM
A hU-siied raplka of Christopher
driving Mad art livta by,
Cthsatbas' fla^Bnip, Santa Maria, Is
•eat only. Will you pletta
• H H i l en MMdow Lake for vlsi( a
from
A-Drivlai icita a n five* I f
took M M ajar* tort to expkMv. Ths 110 ton ship,
appointment only. Tha appoint- m Lake. Tim can
built In Spain, ia the result of careaieat may be ebtaiaad Immediate- bottoma aad aide*.
ful research by museum curators
in Barcelona and Washiagtoa, O.C.
Toe International Wax Muaeum
pretenta
over HM figures of famous
<*:
character! and personalities, such
at Ckopttrt, Supermaa aad five
reeewl American presldenta. This
aaaaoa, the exhibit also haa a display hi the Paris Pavilion ia the
Fair's International Area.
• CorHand
Tha New York World's Fair is
both a schoolroom and a playground. It is helping to cultivate
M young minda a tense of pride
in America and in the achieveatents of mankind.
PICKED FRESH DAILY
Speaking of the World's Fair,
FROM OUR FARM
President Robert Moses aald: "We
have featured the temples of religion, domestic and International,
ALSO OTHER FRESH FRUITS * VEGETABLES
the auto industries, the praductt of
the states, the ambitions of new
Oonwnick J . LuccartNft
republics, the discoveries of space,
tha poteatitHtiea of the atom, stadiums and arenas of sport, rides,
music, firework*, foods, simple and
exotic, aU presented with ingenuity,
HIGHWAY38
HOLMDIL
originality and good taata. This la
(JUST SOUTH Of MATIH. TOVt)
a Family Fair."
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POT ROASTS 59 - 6 9
RIBS of BEEF SStiSVK ? 851
BRISKET BEEF Arr js«js r 791
GROUND CHUCK ~£Z?Z£l!?* 59».
ROASTING FORK —
45:
SMOKED PICNICS ȣ., TW] 451
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Hfdrox Cookies
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f A W B
Tram., Brown and White
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'41 MERCURY S 55. Sport Coup*, V-8, Auto. Tram.,
Powtjr StMrin* Wfiil*.
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P
Black.
'41 OLOSMOMLE Sitptr M . 4-Dr. Hard Top, V I .
Auto. Trans., Power Steering, Blue
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THE MATAWAN JOURNAL, N. J.
14. INI
Test Vision
For School
Mara Uua M a*r c«nt «l aU
•chad, t**kt are aaa*4 aa' vlatai,
pat iaywalnniily tour out of lea
'trad* achaol chlKrca are viwally
fe^^l£Maftd lor adeauat* ichaeJ
athlimaiat aceaidiag to Dr. Gerald Ka*i of Loag Braacb, werelary *( the MoaaMuth Ocean Caaattt* Opwmetrle iociaty.
lp«ililag ta
Iptikiaf
la eoaaettiaa
eaaactiaa w i t h
"lack la fchaal Moatti," Dr.
r. Kaaa
MM that tfea tragic
g part
p aaf the
•tola
tola altaatloa ta Uiat matt cfcild ' aya dUaraan
dU
drta't
caabbe arreafr
ea or corraetei II effected «t aa
early afa -4 mated promptly.
I t e k w to tbii proMtm la a profctiloaaf aya aaamiaation Milch
akould ba mriiaa (or every child
Mart tatorlas •chool." he Mid.
lekoaj vitioa •rotram* thit rely
aeaa the w e of letter cKarti or
acraaaJag davlca* by wp
atoaata *j*a*r*Uy (ail to tfieloa*
itrtiihUdiMH, awucultr Imbalaace
•ad othar ot«ckaete«. fJhRdraa
Wha May "pan" thl. jjrp* a»
acraaalag program aad do have aa•wavaiea *l*to» probttmt may
have trouble learalai toraad, or
have (reqaeat headache* or other
•ympMma. Oaly a profeaaloaal eaHaiMthM eaa eVtarmiae the reatftM M of a ehUd'a aye* to pertorai
fetcoaipiexlllMofichoalwork.
CtaMtR Pratae*''
"Viiion li a' complex proceu."
' Aa tociety official Mid, "and aa
-Halle .test for visual acuity at M
'bet cai poaiibly reveal anything
•ore thaa a child i ability to tee
at M faH. (Ince moat achool work
to. atrformed at the desk at a disMace af about 14 inches, this M
- IMC teat la of very little value when
"UMCEF ia Movie.and Music"
will be preienled by Mrt. C. How
ard Sanborn of Glen Ridge, State
Representative for UNICEF, Thursday, Sept. 3», at l:3f p.m. in Agora
on the campus of Douglass College.
corner of Nichol Av«. and Suydatn
St. Invitations have been sent to
presidenls of Women's Clubs and
Evening Membership chairmen n!
the New Jersey State Federation of
Women's Clubs, and to leaders in
church, civic and service organizations.
: Danny Kaye recently made a
color movie called, "A New Fashioned Halloween" In Leonia, with
Juniors of the New Jersey Slate
Federation of Women's Clubs. Leonia was selected as the locale for
the movie because It li representative of many communities across
the nation which want a safe, selfless and constructive Halloween.
Danny Kaye and the townspeople
unfold the story of how Leonia deataa fer tfe ^.•**t
Thnraay, adealed by la* veloped a town-wide Trick or Treat
•Med at tk* areaeaed atta oa Kaala* M aad « . for UNICEF Program.
Mrs. Warren B. Pinney, of South
aapiraat Willlaaa HiarOrange, Are* Chairman l o r
SKARS
Mad by itself."
The observant parent or teacher
,taa ba especially helpful in noting
possible visloa problems and tbea
la making sure the child hat professional nelp,
The New Jersey Optometric Assorts! too lists these symptoms to
watch for: Losing place while readlag. avoiding ctose work, body regIdlty while looking at distant obJetls, holding reading material
closer than ooraMl, aweulve head
•Mvenwati white readiag. poor
sitting posture and position, or
•linking, soowling or squinting, tiltI M head to one side, tending to
Mb aye, headache and tension dur
lag close work.
"The best way to assure your
•MM** eyes are ready for school
b by a professions! examination at
isast once a year," he said.
To ShowFilm
OnUNICEF
Freeway Inspection
Second Section — Pag* On*
UNICEF, will give some "Helpful BaHlaship New Jartay
Ave., Long Branch, is chairmin of raise S500,GCO to pay for moving the
Hints" about a Trick or Treat for
the battleship committee.
New Jersey from the Philadelphia
UNfCEF program in another ares. May Ba War Memorial
A state-wide committee for the Navy Yard to Long Branch.
Last year the children of New
New Jersey also has been set up
States already having battlesaJa*
The movement to have the Bat- by Gov. Richard J. Hughes. Other
Jersey collected $137,747.86 for
UNICEF while enjoying all of the tleship New Jersey moored off endorsements have been received that were named after them are
North
Carolina, Alabama and Teaexcitement of a traditional Hallo- Long Branch as a permanent World from state, county and municipal
ween. These children were a part War II and Korean War Memorial organizations. The New Jersey Jay- as.
ol the world's greatest effort by was endorsed by the Monmouth cees are conducting a campaign to
Have you read the classified a * ?
children to help other children.
C o u n t y Democratic Executive
Their assistance has made it pos- Committee.
sible for UNICEF to provide 551
P. Paul Campi, county chairman,
projects in llfi countries; for the said the committee had voiced supcontrol and cure of disease; for port of the efforts of the Long
Thursdays 1 Fridays — 10 A.M. to I P.M.
the establishment of maternal Branch Battleship Committee to
health centers; and for education Ket the Navy to release the warship
leading to better nutrition and sani- for the memorial purposes off Long
tation.
Branch. Harry Levinc, 475 Bath
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THE MATAWAN JOURNAL N. J.
Gurdi Exptnds
Thunday. September 16. 1945
Temple Shalom Installs Rabbi
visited 50 of the 80 countries and
Flrat Pnsayiaftaa Caarea
County Holy Nam*
raagrsgaiiaa
territories where LV/A gilts are at
aeute M aad Fraaaas at
Rabbi Sheldon Gordon
work. In 19S3 he made a survey of
To
Meet
In
HowaH
Matasfu
church - related projects in nine
Service* will be held this Friday
Br» Chester A
Jamee 1. Mclnerney, president countries of Latin America. These
at 8:30 p.m. at the Strathmore Elementary School, Church St., in the
of the Mooroouth County Federa- included Brazil and Chile, where
Morning worship services Sunall-purpose room. A discussion of
tion of Holy Name Societies, an- Lutheran World Relief and Church
.the goaia and procedure* ol the day are at » J 0 and 11 a.m. Thenounced that the Very Rev. Msgr. World Service jointly supply proReligious School will te held ia pastort sermon topic will be "The Thomas J. Frain, Ph.D., Trenton grams of relief and social we>
conjunction wtai A c Oaeg Shab- Implication ol Praying 'Deliver D i o c e s a n Superintendent of fare in co-operation with the Probat Immediately toMowiag *i* ter- Us From Evil,'" Mnn in a **r- Schools, will be Ihe speaker at the testant church ia those countries.
vie*. TIM Oaeg Shabbat wrH beie> ot atrmon* entitled "The Im- quarterly meeting of the Federa- In 1964, he toured refugee service
projects of the Lutheran World
fponeorai a y Mr. and Mr*. Paul
Zuckennaa, and Magistrate and plication* ot Praying The Lord's tion which will be held on Sunday Federation in the Middle East and
Prayer." Sunday School meets at at St. Veronica's Church, Howell Africa.
Mr*. Lloyd EJgart
A StUcoth atrviee will he held 9:30 and II a.m. Nursery care is Township, at 7:30 p.m. Benediction
Saturday at 10 p.m. at the home provided for children under three- of the Blessed Sacrament will be Temple Beth Ahm
celebrated by the Rev. Mitchell J.
ol Mr. aad Mra. Stephen Oatrow, year* . of - age.
Celkowski, poster of the host par- Hebrew School Hours
42 Ivy Hill Or., Matawan.
ish.
f i m SaBtaM Cbarca
The Hebrew school of Temple
A feature of the meeting will be
UIMasaft.. Matawaa
the announcement of final plans for Beth Ahm has announced an inRev. Donald T. Phillips cr.
•ay ley er ajrl, ftwsi aas* H i .
the annual patriotic and religious crease in the total amount of
Minister
R*r. bigsaaT.fireaory,Paatos
Is atag la oa* «( tbt live youth
rally of members of the 35 parish school time. Students now will ha
Sunday at both the 8:43 and 11 Holy Name Societies af.' Mated with attending classes for four and one
' - " - » CHIIwa ai» an
Sunday School begins at »:N
a.m.
services,
the
pastor's
sermon
Iha beat of aacrad
the Federation and their families. half hours twice a week: Monday
a.m. (or aH age* through adults.
This Sunday the film. "This Is My topic will be "An Autumn La- The rally will be held in St. Jo- and Wednesday or Tuesday and
Son," depicting the parable of the ment." Music wiH be by the chan- seph's School Gymnasium, Key- Thursday. Classes begin this week
prodigal son, will be shown. A nur- cel choir. At II a.m. there is jun- port on Sunday, Sept. 26, at 2:30 and Sunday School classes will beM a Ban at CkrMiaa Eeatatlaa
sery for infants and toddlers is ior church and a surpervised nur- p.m. The Rev. John Gartner, gin Sept. 19. Each student will reIhe atudy af ate ant* of
available each week during Sun- sery. Sunday School meets at 9:45 S.S.S., editor of the magazine, "Eu- ceive a postal card containing hi*
day School and church. At the 10:45 a.m. for all ages and grades charist," the official publication of class, room number and instruc1
la nrcaHaail worship etrvfea.m. worship service the pastor from nursery through adult depar*1• Ihe Nocturnal Adoration Society tor's name.
will bring the morning message en- ments. At 11 a.m. classes are he 1 will be the speaker. The Rev. MichThere will be Rabbinical superflaaWaftaatai aaaaasaa^Baal^tfl laa> • • n n l l t a i •
titled "On the Threshold of Bleat- for pre-school through third grade ael J. Lease, spiritual director of vision provided for the children who
nHWH M m R w m difDcnBi
Jlte Federation and pastor of St. are dismissed from public school at
ing." Baptist Youth Fellowship will in the church house.
•aJBPT OTJMBVM) M rVMMHW 4V CAN
A.mies Church, Atlantic Highlands, 2:30 p.m. and start Hebrew Clas*
meet i t »; 15 p.m. The evening serX. Man'a Episcopal Chare*
Ae church offee, StumTor Mm.
will direct the religious exercises. at 3:15 p.m.
vice is at 7:30 p.m.
East Freat St., Keyaorl
Writhe, JM-MI1.
Junior Congregation tvill be held
Rev. Henry K. Male, Rectoi
Fto Yea* Cfcalr*
Craa* MetbedlM Char*
frkad, RabM Lawmce
Lawmce N. Mahrtr, apirllval
apirllval o n
every Saturday morning at 10 a.m.
Morning prayer Sunday will be Rev. Rollin Shaffer
ell Beta
I M Teaafte,
Wla.
Owmb Choif I ittorkiadarnrft. JaaaaePL
B H
HIM
T t e Kaairtl.
Krt W
l at rnianaaia
in
the First Aid Building on Lloyd
at 7:4S a.m.; Holy Communion, 8
Friday
lea Md Hnt a n * paaUe e a i f e Uahalaaea
Rd. and Church St., Mat?wan
a.m.; church school and family ser- Silver Tea Speaker
fetmtt Fridaye ftwfcel to TM
Rev. Harlaa M. Baxter
Township. Any parent who has t s t
Services will be conducted by the vice, S:30 a.m.; morning prayer
On Thursday evening, Sept. 23, registered his child or who wavld
dargyaiaa of four eaaomfaatioM
Jordoe, Pi.; Morton Bctlin, 41 Idleand address, 11 a.m.
pastor
at
9:30
and
11
a.m.
Church
like
more information may contact
the
women's
organizations
of
GcthaMeadsd 0m InfMaHori of RabU In additkm to Rabbi Cordon, wild La.; Saul Schussel, 17 Ford- School will meet at 9:30 a.m. Wed- During the week, Holy Commun- semane Lutheran Church, Kcyport, Bernard
Klein at 89 fdolslone Lane.
o f l k m were iitaUUed during bam Dr.. and Harold Roihman. 1»
R m t . Va*» thka danka ia tti* pulpit af thtae
ion
will
he
celebrated
Wednesday
nesday evening at 7:30 p.m., there
wiH hold a silver tea for all woaqm toon <:«toVM M > ! Cra> Tempi* Shakw, Matawaa'a Re- the aervlce, whkh waa attended by InRlewood La.
at 9 a.m. and Friday at &30 a.m. men of the church. Those attendwiH
be
Bible
study.
The New Jersey Optometric A*more tea 2N oonfregaMf tod
ing will be privileged to hoar, as sociation states that, although chiltona Jewish CoatrefaUc*.
Congratulatory letters and lelefheir fueett: Andrew Sackerman,
Craw <H Gtor?
_ Chart* at Seyptn
guest
speaker,
the
Rev.
Rollin
O.
aVaa^a^jU^^
<aV^ M mm^ ^ -. —— " ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ 51 Iranutt U . , preaident; Alan grami arrived just prior to the indren
today carry very heavy readUithtraa Caarea
W i r m ft., Keytart
A n a W M f DM OCfMnOflJ WMf FiahroM. M Idlebraok U . , first stallation from Mayor Henry E.
Shaffer, assistant director of Luth- ing loads beginning at age six and
_
MiiavaavNariaan
RabU Mania RubfewMa, tpiiritual vice preaident; Raymond Bieber, Traphagen, Matswan Township; Rev. Sharon T. Schollen, Pastor
eran
World
Action
lor
the
National
seven, many studies show that tha
ttrathsMre Scheei. Malavaa
traSt, Witowaafa fra> I to • leader of Tempta Beth Ahm. MalaTh* two morning worship aerLutheran Council.
visual mechanism is not ready for
Rw. Richard A. Weeden. Paste*
41 IvyhlU Dr.. teoond vice preai- Luther H. Foster, superintendent
aak
waa'a CcaasrvaHv* lawlak omtra- dtnt; Alan Gordon. M Andover U . , ol schools; Rabbi Maurice Eisea- viee* will be held at » 30 and at Church ichool will meet Sunday
In the intercut of the LWA ap- these requirements until a child i t
Adult choir*, which lati lha aa>fatiaa: jttv. OBMM T. Phlila» treaauNr; M n . Morrif Bogdoooff, drath, president of the Union of M:4S a.m., with the pastor preachpeal, the Rev. Mr. Shaffer has eight or nine.
ak at aw SuAw *» aai H a m ar., ol lha Pint Maltodiat Church IK Iroogaai La., recording eeere- American Hebrew Congregations; ing. The choir will sing at the at 9 a.m. "Nine Ways to Walk"
be the psstor's sermon topic
af Matawaa: Paator Rlchtrd Wot- Ury; M n . Arthur Karlm. 11 la- Rabbi Nelson Glueck, president ot 10:48 service. Sunday School wiH will
the 10:30 a.m. worship service.
day* from M a H M L ~
iaa. «f the Croai of Glory Lutheran gram d r . , oornepondint aecretary, the Hebrew Union College - Jew- convene at M t a.m. in me Church at
The pastor's information class will
» aaneaa alraaaj era
Church. Mstawaa, who delivered and these truateea: Mra. Stanley Mi Institute of ReUgkm; Rabbi Ja- HOUB*.
meet
at 7:30 p.m. at 136 Deerlleld
the Invocation; and Rev. Harold Berkowlu, IS Indigo U . ; Stephen cob W»iBsteln, president of the Cen#JMB two ctaiah aaaie i
Lane, Matawan.
Mah9CfeMNa
(I
Deaa,
of
<ha
UacnH
(WUriaa
tral
Conference
of
American
RabOitrow, 42 Ivyhill Dr.; Peter S.
p for at Mat aaattar I I wote- a^aVfeft^^uW a^aa^sk A - a s _ _ - _ _ A The Bible Class will meet TuesWallaoh, 77 Bechstein Dr.; Dr. Sid- bis; and Rabbi Joseph Rudavsky,
day at 1 p.m. at 136 Deerfield Lane.
Re* Cairall I Had
Seriaa aad letter are a loaf vtMiruia wtm n n n n o
ney Groffman. ]09 Idoblone Dr.; president ol the New Jersey
Rectos
*ay off hat, rehaanal Urn* U be- Rabbi Gordon wai formally in- Arnold H. Katinsky. » Warrea Conference of Ihe Central ConOld Brick Reformed
tas dtvoted la araaarallau or lha
The 1 4 * Sunday after Trinity,
•Ulled by aa old friend and CIIM- Dr.; Theodore Gerrig, 24 Icemea- ference of American Rabbi*,
•radtvell Rd.. barker*
Uatsa .Pprttaa, Awa Haadar* fflatt, RabH Uwrence N. Mahrtr. dow La.. Bertram' Morachnicfc, I among ottien.
matin* aad Holy Communion will
Rev. John Hart. Pastor
be at 7 : « a.m.; Family EucharatMaNMawf
WfMCaw Waal D t D W a f t
tpirttual Itadtr ot Beth HUH Tem"Devotion to Prayer" will be the
iat aad church school, »:1S a.m.; theme of the morning worship ser^ -*
a / , * . Aayoaa |Mf«t- ple. Keaoaht, Wii., who alio dtHve n d t t e atrmon. Another apeaker
Holy Euchariat, II a.m.
vice Sunday at 11 a.m. Sunday
Holy Communion will be cele- School meets at 9:30 a.m. in the
towaa Theodore Bmido, director o l
cal Oordoa P. MaceTuMaU. tha New Jersey Council o l the Uabrated Tueaday. the Feast of St. chapel.
for nirlhar lafmwtta or I M » ion at AaMricM Hebrew CowraMatthew, at I a.m. and Friday
Youth Fellowship will resume
gaUoaa.
at «:M a.m.
(he PaHk
Adult confirmation das* meet* meetings at 6:30 p.m. In the chapel.
n tytassars A w ,
i M . aai Path) Ava.
Thursday at 1.3* p m . and chilFirst Baptist
Rabbi Richard
Rfcba ~ P.
~ Steinbrlnk
dren'* class Friday at 6:M p.m.
Sabbath Eve Services wiH be Rev nieodoreC
n i Mala St., Matavaa
Sunday School ctaaaea are held
held Friday at 8:30 p.m. RabU
Rev. Paul Jackson, Minister
Cthwiy
Steinbrtnk wiH officiate. The Sab- at 1:30, 1 3 1 and II a.m. Worship
Church school Sunday is at 1
IWrd ft.,
bath candies will be kindled by service* wiH be at 9:30 and 11
a.m. At the 10 a.m. worship serRev. David
Mrs. Stelnbrink. The pulpit flowers a.m. at which time the pastor will
vice, the pastor's sermon topic will
Pastor
will be donated by Rabbi and Mrs. preach <m the topic, "So I Send
be "A Stone in the Rosd." A covSunday worship aervicea ar* at ered dish supper will be held In
Stehbrink. During the service, the You." Wgrim Youth will meet at
J * . * * * " Pi*!*) who wmNp htm bwNa
new born daughter of RabH and 5:30 p.m. lor a box supper and pro- » and 16:45 a.m. w h o the pas- fellowship hall at 5:30 p.m.
you to Him h a atoriow spiritual aovmtura.
Mrs. Steinbrink will be named and gram In the educational wing. T V tor will speak on "The Diaappointbteaaed. Guest preacher will' be sixth, seventh and tigMh grade ments of Life." The senior choir
Temple Belb
will sing at the second service.
Ribbi Eugene J. Sack of Congre- students are invited.
Conservative
A nursery is in operation at 10:41
gation Beth Elohim, Brooklyn. An
First Aid Blag.
a.m. Church school is in seaamo at
Oneg Shabbat In ' celebration of
Church St., Matawaa
9:30 a.m. for nursery through senthis occasion wiH be held immedRabb! Morris L. Rubinstein
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBEt I f
ior high. Youth Fellowship will not
iately foDowing the service.
Candle-lighting time is at 6:43
meet tfris week.
Keraeri
p.m. Sabbath services will begin
On Saturday, religious school will
Church ScrvicM
A public Bible lecture entitled
at 8:30 p.m. In Ihe First Aid Buildmeet at 9 a.m.
Lather
Meawrul
Caafch
ing, Church St., Matawan TownOn Tuesday, Hebrew Classes will "What Doe* the Bible Teach About
ship. Rabbi Morris L. Rubinstein's
be held at 4 p.m. The ninth grade Jesus Christ?" wiH be given by G.
•MfflMIK
Aljitn, at 3 p.m. Sunday. At 4:1$ Call* Neck aad PieaaaM M a . sermon will be,."The Cult of the
chat will be held at 7 p.m.
New SWcwflbwy
Dead." Mr. and Mrs. Norman RosOn Thursday, Hebrew Claises p.m. the Watchtower Bible study
Rev. Daniel D. Reiabelmer
enblatt will host the Oneg Shabbat
will meet and the confirmation will be held. The subject theme
Pastor
will be "Turning To Jehovah."
in honor of the first birthday of
class will meet at 4 p.m.
Sunday School and BiMe classes their son, Daniel.
{
meet at 9 a.m.; worship service,
10:49 a.m. with me sermon by the Adult services will be held Sal
pastor. A nursery hi provided. Cot- urday morning at 9 n.m. Junior
tage meeting Bible class will meet Congregation services will begin ni
at 8 p m .at the home of Mr. and 10 a.m.
MATAWAN
Saturday at midnight, a Selichos
Mrs. John McLearen, 538 SycaWILL SPONSOR A
service will be held. It is the pene
more Avc, Shrewsbury.
tential
service wriich ushers in the
HUNGARIAN STYLE DINNER
The HalmdM Chan*
High Holy Days. A social hour will
Rev.
Thomas
H.
McNalrf
On Sunday, Sap*. 19 at 4:00 P.M.
precede the service at 11 p.m. The
service will be held in the First
It Will Be Preceded By A (Service)
"The Voice in the NigfU" wHI be Aid Building.
:he pastor's topic on Sunday at the
Religious Service and Benediction
II a.m. worship; Sunday School, First Church Ol Carts!. SattMte
M Brea* St., Keyaart
3:45 a.m.; Youth Fellowship, 7
Location: Off Rt. 79 (Main St.) at Wilton Ava.
Sunday • e r v I c e snd Sunda>
p.m. at Fellowship Hall.
ALL ARE WELCOME TO ATTEND I
The congregational
committee School, 11 a.m. Wednesday, letti
will meet at the parsonage Tuea- mony meeting 8 p m RcadinR roon
opt! Saturday from 7 to 4 p.ia
day at 8 p.m.
"Lay up for yourselves treasures
Getasetnaee Latteraa Cfcawt)
in heaven, whore neither moth nor
Maahi f t , Keyaait
rust doth corrupt, and where
"Gloss end Mirrorv In Every Slits You Can Break"
Rev. Frederick Boos, pastor
thieves do not break through nor
MATAWAN: 130 LOWER MAIN ST.
Sunday church school meets at steal" (Matthew 6:20).
9:45 a.m.; church services, 8:30,
OPEN SATS. 711. NOON
This passage from the Bible will
9:45 and 11 a.m.
Belmar
Red Bank
Junior confirmation class meets be the Golden Text for nil Christ'atunlay at 9 a.m. and senior class ian Sc'ence churches on Sunday.
1813 H Street
21 Maple Ava.
The subject ol the Lesson-Sermon
at 10 a.m.
is "Mailer," and It will feature the
story of Job.
Maranalha Baptist Church
Hslmdel • Keyporl Rd. aad
•rallley Laae.
Hazlel
The Rev. Albert Hafficy will ho
the guest speaker Sunday at the II
am. and 7 p.m. services. Susday
School, with classes lor all ages,
AT
meets nt 9:45 a.m.
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MONDAY ,«d FRIDAY ~ * A.M. to f ».M,
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SATURDAY - « A.M. to I P.M.
THIMATAWAM JOURNAC, N. X
I*. IHO
Sign* Of The Times
Red Crow
Sets Meeting
af Caea>
IT CMUr mi tte O M M Cnuty
" C w N l f MWtfM flMWtt Si l M
OMta.
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'Jaetke Proctor win latroaaca Ika
auk) eaaaker. Jaaaae Q. da Mat,
Mate Ratatbaa raawaaaatatiw
treat 1.1. da Pas* da Neaaean aad
aiaaWaaat Oaaas) GaMaty aad Moa
OMaaa CaMtv eWaaaala tha andtaaoa. Cm. rfafhaa aaa baaa iavit-
_ tor tte
'Re*
j kept « a minimum _
r to glva Mr. w Pint the floor
the tataraeUag (peach, "Pallor locMtr' that hai « •
_ J aetioaal acclaim. Tha report
of MM aoaunatiaj cemmlMM «IU
M irtttaM byHaroM M,
KeaMburg, chalruaa
He aad his committee aomlMta
tar • Dun yaar ttrm: Mn. Of*
Ckifpf, Mattel, lac., Keyport; Al
•art A. George. CoHa Neck; Joka Urgt Clou Roporh
Kay, Uaeroft; O. A. Newaaiat. To NunJno. School
Maaiaouth raaarrlldatad Water Co
Loaf Braach; WlUtom Wckarda.
The larsnt freshman c l a n la
Maaasauaa Park, aad Mra. lalta the history of the School of NunIng «flrolled thii week (or "OrlenNaailaatad tor a three year term UtlM Week" at Monmouth Medical
The fall Nurse Rtfresher Course
ate: Mra. William R. ciotworthy. Outer. Studenti and their parents will begin at Perth Amboy General
•rielk; Ralph I. Oamiaao, L o u w«ra greeted at a ipeclal m i i o a Hotpiisl on Monday, Oct. i, hosBraach; Joba T. Uwley Jr., MUd- hcK U the Center's Borden Audito- pitsl director Robert S. Hoyt andfctowo; Doaald MacConaaU, Ut- rium under the direction of Mri. nounced.
Ma Illver; tha Rev. Blaackard Ro- Caroline) H. Spahn, director of the
Applicants are being interviewed
• M J M , Balmar; Mr. Saatay; G. echool.
daily in the hoipitsl's nursing ofKeaswth Small, Ban Telephone LaFifty-eight atudeoti from 47 com- fice. Any currently licensed profeskontorlai, Hohwtol. and Jack
WVMwCfd rPMnoldi MM Honorsfy munities la New Jersey compriw sional nurse who would like to have
Maaibera, Board of Oiraetora: Gor- the d u i . Included are eight mar some experience in today's dynamdoa D. Donald, Rumaon; Mri. Wll- rled women and three men. Moa- ic hoipital field Is welcome to
Kua I. How, CoiU Neck; Kaaaalli mouth Medical Ceater'i School of phone Hillcreu 2-3708 for informaK. Huha. Uttla Silver; Mra. Gar* Mining la oae of teven nuriiaB tion or an appointment.
The course it free. Some assisaar C. Mala, Waal Long Braaekj Khooli In the state that accepts
tance for specisl traniportation or
Aathoay L McKlm. Uttla Silver; both man and married ttudeati.
CUranea B. Uattrberg, N • w
Qoorge J. Bartel, Center Admia- babysitting problems is also availMnwabuiy: Mra. Bernard White, lirator. commenting o n the In- able, Mr. Hoyt said, from a fed•hrawabury aad A. Alvln Whltisg. creased enrollment this year, stated arsl grant administered through
that MMC is intensifying its efforta the Hospital Research and Education Trust of New Jersey.
Mn. A. C. Norwlne. Holmdal, la la order to do Its part in helping
Havre Of Caurae
OMktlrman of the Red Cross af- to alleviite the critical shortage of
Claiies will be held Monday
a i r w . The storage in New Jerfair with Mri. Samuel Kc
through
Friday
from 8:45 a.m. to
aev Ii eatimited to be between
M a t Meaaant Beach. Mri.
1: IS p.m. for eight weeks. "Nurse
4M» and MM.
KeiHaa, Little Silver, la
Refresher Couries are one of the
tfcwa chairmen.
atepa modem hospitals are taking
How about buimesi. cards? We to meet the needs of our fast-growcan supply them quickly and at the ing communities," Mr. Hoyt pointright price. Come aid try us.
ed out.
"Repeated surveys ihow that
thousand! of former nurses hesitate
to return to their profession because they feel they i r e out of
practice. But refresher courses can
give them the confidence to return.
"Those who have already taken
a refresher course have told us how
muchth«y enjoyed getting back into hospital activity,
"Our spring c l u s was most enthusiastic about how much they enjoyed brushing up their techniques
and finding out the new* things that
have come along in the list few
1
rXoajioiMl rii^pi School,
'
years.
"Our nursing staff Is looking torAtlantic Avo.. Mataw«n
ward to providing the same kind
of experience for the fall class,"
Nurse Plan
At Hospital
40 COURSE
ADULT SCHOOL
New Parking
At Riverview
Soeona* Soctioit Pago TKrM
limitation of spact, a controlled,
attendant ay stem with a fee to cover the cost o( such a system, had
been instituted.
Sociafy To MaWt
A new parking system is now in
effect at Riverview Hospital, it was
The Radian Valley Chapter of
announced by John H. Daniels jr., he American Production and Inadministrator. The area on the ventory Control Society will bemain hospital property is reserved gin the 1965-66 season with a dinpermanently for doctors and clergy ner meeting at 6 p.m., today, at
but also has limited space to ac- the Howard Johnson Restaurant,
commodate cars leaving patients to Routes I and 18. The newly elected
be admitted or picking up patients president, Edward J. Brue.i, of
who are discharged. There is no Personal Products Co., will precharge made for short term park- sent the program of chapter activiing of this nature.
ties which have been planned for
For visitors' convenience the hos- the coming year.
pital has provided a parking lot
directly across Union St. from
Real Estate Listing Carda for
Riverview. Attendants will park sale at this office.
cars for a fee of 25 cents for one
hour or 50 cents for two hours or
all day. Hospital visitors may wish
to utilize this parking facility rather
than park on borough streets or
public lots.
Emergency patients are driven
directly to the emergency entrance
of the hospital, where a hospital
guard will direct the driver to one
of the parkinR spaces there. No
fee Is charged here. If It is necessary to re-locate trie car because
of an influx of ambulances or other
cars bringing emergency patients,
the driver will be directed to move
Mobil* Horn* Owners
his car to the parking lot in front
of the hospital and, of course, no
Plan Harvest Danco
fee Is required.
Main Entrance
Members at the Mobile Home
When a patient is being brought
Owners Association of New Jersey
to
the
hospital
or being picked i p.
and their guests will launch the
autumn season with a Harvest the driver of the car will drive to
Dance according ta an announce- the main entrance of the hospital.
ment from Mrs. Robert Lewis, pro- The car may be left for a short
gramming chairman of the stale- time at this area. If it Is necessary
wide organization. The event will to leave the car for any length ot
take place on Saturday, Oct. 1 In time (to wait for discharge, or
the Emerald Room it Buck Smith's treatment) the driver should proRestaurant on Palmer Avt. in East ceed to the paid parking lot where
an attendant will take the car. To
Keansburg.
Plans for the'dance will feature assist In parking on the hospital
the selection of a "MoWIe Home property are the hospital's own
Quasn" to represent the associa- guards who are on duty in shifts
tion at special events. Dancing will 24 hours a day.
be to a popular orchestra and a
According to Mr, Daniels, the
delicious buffet, for which Buck present solution to the parking
Smith's Is w«l| known, will be problem at Riverview Hospital is
the result of careful study and
served.•
AH mobile homo residents from thoughtful planning by hospital au
throughout the irate have been in- thorities. It was realized that for
vited to attend whether or not they several years the parking situation
are members of the association. a> Riverview had created problems
Tickets may be obtained until Sept. for visitors, patients, and their
25 by writing M.H.O.A. at Box families.
4S1H. R.R. 2. Jamesburg. or by
The construction of the new wing,
contacting In this area Mr. and started In September 1964, had
Mrs. Donald Joyce, W Locust taken a major portion of the parkGrove Mobile Home Park, West Ing space in front of the hospital.
Keansburg, phone 787-0928.
At that time, to achieve maximum
According to the New Jersey OBtomefric Association, H per cent at
a child's educatin during the first
12 years is obtained through the
Miss Nancy Fadder, U n i o n use of the eyes.
Beach, was among the ii passengers aboard the United Airlines
Flight which left Newark Airport
Sept. S, for Dei Moines, Iowa
THE JOHN BIRCH
and Central College.
SOCIETY
The College chartered the plane
to transport students from the East
Coast. On arrival in Des Moines,
they were met by buses which took
For information
them to the Central campus in Peland Uteraturt
la, 40 miles away. Accompanying
them on the flight was Darrell AlWrit*
ters, assistant director of admissions at the College.
».O. I n III
Miss Fedder is the daughter of
M«««»<n, N. J.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Feddar,
906 Harris Ave., Union Beach.
Mba Nancy FodoW
On Right To School
\\
Sears 1965 Fal« Whiter
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KEYPORT STORE ONLY
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Call 264-6300
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64 f. FRONT ST., KEYPORT
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MATAWAM
.. COMMUNITY: ADULT SCHOOL, Inc. ,
FULL PROGRAM STARTS SEPT. 30, 1965
COST $10.00
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Register
7 to 8 P.M. - Sept. 20-21-22
Colkg* Aido
The sppointment of John W.
Moore. Brick Town, as director of
community services and alumni coordinator at Monmouth College has
been announced by Robert M. Benham, director ot college relations.
Mr. Moore succeeds Charles W.
Rltscher, West Long Branch, who
left the college to become promotion msnager at the Asbury Park
Press.
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with whom ate lived, and
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lauaa. Old Bridge, aad Mn. Eda
H. RofaNMoa. a , of U
A sea waa her* Saturday, Sept.
Uarri Ave., Kaaaabtiif. died aud- II, IMS, i« Riverview Hospital to
e » Monday. Sept. I I , IMS, at Mr. and Mn- Eageae Sabo, Route
» , MorgaaviUe.
Bam M'JCeaaaburg,'ke waa a aon
af M * la»e*»Mam aad.Eva <E«t
Mr, aad Mn. Jatm Caddie, 1 Ave.
aMMd) 'Bokbuon, theowelvea laV
C., Waat Keansburg, are the parkMg Katubarg reahknU.
aats
of a daughter, born Saturday.
Mr. Roblaaai operated a acrvico
atatkn from hia home for maay Sept. II, IMS, M Riverview Hostel.
yaara.
•arvivug are kii wife. Mn. HelWagaa
ea (McOnth) Robiaaon, siatar of
A daughter waa born Saturday,
AkjanMua McOrath, lormcr Koaaa- Sept. II. IMS. ia Riverview Hoskarg poUce chief; three aona, Km- pital to Mr. and Mn. Francis Woaeth H. Robintoa Jr., MiUwaa; gaa, IS Union St., Matawan.
WUUam H. RobiiMaa. Fair Haven,
aad Kavia H. RobiMon. at home,
Kaaaraa
and three grindchUdrea.
Mr. and Mn. George Kenavan,
Service* will be held today from M Fonat Ave., Keamburg, are the
the Laurel Funeral Home, Weal parents of a daughter, born SaturKeaniburi, with Rev. N. W. Gniit- day, Sept. II, IMS, ia Riverview
or of the FirM Methoditt Chuck Hospital
of Keaniburg officiating. Burial
will be in Greea Grove Cemetery,
A son waa born Friday, Sept. 10,
Keyport.;
IMS. ia Riverview Hospital to Mr.
and Mn. Edward Herlihy. S Maraaad Dr., Hazlet.
was the pjatrea af honor. She ware
Fuaaral oarvicaa are beiag held
aTgaM aad blae aratade streetiNKft dreaa wNk beat
n aschUne
aacUine lh» Thursday at'• JabnW. MehlMarab
aabaek Feaoral Haaw. Hailet, at
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Marsh,
, - MgtJI r dUU -Maaktj •San*
I p.M. wMh the Rev. Tlwadora C.
Park
Ave.,
Old
Bridge, are parb Mailer. svatar of Fatth Retormed Mr. aad Mra. Joha Dempaty, of a son born at St.
H reaebud chjswr aad aba
Peter's Hospiacokaslal aoaauet af yet- Ckurek. Hattot, afftdatiAg. Inter- KaoU Terr.. Hailet, are parenti tal.
will
ill toHaw
toH la Halmdal Cema- of a daughter bora Wednesday,
Sept I, IMS. at Rivcrvtew Hot#Utpb Meaty, Cartaret, was the
pltal.
Mr. and Mrs" Richard Perry,
bast a»a*IWwriagj|a^ CeraaV
Austin Ave., Old Bridge, are parHgaNnOlaHmkl. SI. ef $ South
Trollaa
ents of a daughter born at St.
ar af the bride, i t l l f i n
Pine St., Eliubeth, died Monday,
Mr. and Mri. Robert Trolitn. Pour's Hospital.
eke, Matawaa.
last. IS. IM$, at home. He wat a Highland Ave., Keyport, are parittlred omplMoe of the U.S. Met- enU ot a MO born Wednesdiy,
Caatigllaae
Cbaflaiasa'a Csab, Carttret
ala aad RetlnJng Co., Cartent
Mr. and Mn. Joseph Castiglione,
t V their motor (rip tbrough Bora la louth Amtey. Mr. BieUnnJ Sept. I, IMS, at Riverview Hos- Old Bridge, are parents ot a son
pital.
Nsw York State Mrs. Svcadsm had moved from Perth Amboy five
born at St. Peter's Hospital.
a blue lace suit, matching yean ago to Elliabeth.
Witt
aaeeaaories and a coruae of white
Staafcawtti
Surviving are a daughter, Mra.
Mr.
aal
Mn.
William
WiU,
^ .i
Mum. When
they
Mr. and Mrs. John Slanko'vlu,
M
MUIM
—
EHoaa Hucfcelberiy. Willow Hill,
• l e y will reaMe at II EUukMh Pa.; a MM, Fraaela, Perth Am- Everett Rd.. Holmdel, are parent! Park Ave., Old Bridge, are ,»rents
a t . Keypert.
boy; two grandchildren; Mi moth- of a son born Thursday, Sept. ents ol a daughter born at St. PetThe bride w u graduated Irom er, Mra. Mkhallna Blelinaki; two I. MM, at Riverview Hospital.
r's Hospital.
ktatawan Regional High School and •literf, Mm. Francis Raxte and
AateaMCCl
Puglisi
• amploycd by the Jeney Central Mra. Mary Dueker, and a brother,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Antonucci,
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Puglisi,
ftwer and Light Co.. Union Beach. Poter BleUnaki, all of Holmdel; and Collins St., Keaniburg, are parCrescent Dr., Keansburg, are parThe brldegrooat WM graduated two other brother*, Valerius. Forth ents of a diughter born Thurs- ents of a son born Sunday, Sept.
Mean Carter* High School and Amboy, and Paul, Red Bank.
day, Sept. 9, IMS, at Riverview 12, 1965, at Monmouth Medical CenFuneral lervlcei at 10 a.m. t > Hospital.
served three y e a n la the U. S.
ter.
Army. He la employed by Araerf- day wiU take place m the Muika
Funeral Chapel, 235 Halt Ave.,
eaa Oil Co.. Caiterat.
/
Perth Amboy. Interment will, be
Mr. and Mrs, John Faulkner, Joint Profassional
Your advertisement In thla paper in Alpine Cemetery. The Very Rev. Creek Rd., Keansburg, are parents Staff Of Girl Scouts
C
U
M
George
H.
Boyde.
D.D..
Rec• T roach aiaspecUve purehaeera
of a~ son born Thursday, Sept. 9,
a w r y gaamwattv la tha bay- tor of St. Peter's Epftcopal Church, IMS. at Riverview Hospital.
Miss Elizabeth Armington, Lin
will officiate.
aVitaraa.
croft, has Joined the professional
Carroll
Mr. and Mra. Joeeph Carroll, ataff of the Monmouth Council of
Main St., Keyport, are parents ot Girl Scouts as assistant executive
a daughter born Tuesday, Sept. 7, director. In accepting this appoint
1M. at Mownouth Medical Center. ment, Miss Armington leaves the
National Girl Scout staff when she
has been a Research Analyst and
Weky
Mr. aad Mrs. Edward Welby, the Director of the Girl Scouts'
Mercer St., West Keansburg, are World's Fair Project for the past
parents of a aon born Tuesday, two yean. Prior to that assignSept 7, ISIS, at Riverview Hospi- atent. Miss Armington spent three
y e a n based in Heidelberg, Gertal.
many as a Field Advisor with the
North American Girl Scouts.
Pfc. and Mra. Albert H. Babbel,
A graduate of Rhode Island ColState St., Union Beach, a n parents lege. Miss Armington started her
of a son born Wednesday, Sept, I, career in Girl Scouting in this area
IMS, at Riverview Hospital. The as the Executive Director of the
ounce, and has been named former Northern Monmouth CounMichael Anthony.
cil before that Council merged
with two others to become the presOrlta
Mr. aad Mn. Felii Ortis, 112 ent Monmouth Council of Girl
Front St.. Union Beach, are the Scouts. She has also been active in
aareato of a son, born Sunday, Scouting as a volunteer trainer and
Seat U, IMS, la Monmouth Medl- volunteer advisor to the Roundup
Committee.
'
araJ f
As assistant executive director.
Miss Armington will specialize in
the area of program services.
Births
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Thursday, September 16. I96f
Monmoutfi ley Scouts
Ran For^und
The MlWMMHh Council Boy
Souls will caasWne fee UU-IM*
Annual foaat Fnad Drive ached
uled (or October with the final
phase of Its I M M » Camp Capital
xpanslaa program.. E. Donald Sterner, Catta Neck, president of the
council, said that the Scouts would
teek to raias SIKHa* for its operating program neat year and would
add to tWa IUMW for camp development
Mr. Sterner said that the Camp
Fund Committee had recently reported SMI J H received towards i u
capital goal ia caah and pledges.
The Scouts a n building i n e w M acre camp aad trainiag center in
Manalaaaa Township) and are adding addllioaal property and facilities to iU popular New York State
camp tacaM northwest of Port
Jervis at Forettburg. N X
Mr. Sterner said that the scouts
raise about N per cent of their
financial aesda from their own
scout operated drives in the county aad that it receives the balance
of about l » , M t aa a participating
number of several Community Appeals ia tha county and from the
Aabary Park - Interlaken United
Fund. William J. Miners, Rumson,
vice president of the New Jeraey
Natural Gas Co., will.head.the fund
drive.
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Matawan Toastmaaters Club recently announced that hia "Visiting
Toastmastera Squad" has gavel
aad will travel. They have prepared
aa interesting Jo-minute condensed
version of a typical Toastmasten
meeting. This program is now
available free of charge to any
interested organisation ia the bayshore area.
County Chemical Unit
Starts FaH Program
The opening ot the tall programs
of the Monmouth Section of Ameri• Chemical Society will be held
at the River House Inn, Rumson,
today. Dinner will be served at
I:4S p.m. and a lecture will be delivered by Dr. Stephen Chang at i
p.m,
Dr. Chang is Profetaor of Food
Chemistry at Rutgers University
and his subject will t>- 'The Isolation, Fractkmation and Identi(ica>
tion of the Volatile Decomposition
Products Produced by the Autoa>
dation of Lipids."
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methodology for isolation of trace
amounts of volatile deoomposilioa
products from lipids. Dr. Chang
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products by gss chromotography
and their identification by infra
red aad mass spectrophotomeuy
methods.
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THE MATAWAN JOURNAL, N. 3.
Second Section — l a g * R v t
Cliffwood Beach
Girl Married
Surviving are his wife, Florence;
two sons, William jr. and Ralph,
both of Cliffwood; a daughter, Mrt.
Myrtle Hawthorne, Oiffwood, and
five grandchildren.
The F. Leon Harris Funeral
Miss Doloret Helen Astone,
Miss Diane Helen Manning, Home, Red Bank, wat in charg* ;
:
daughter of Mr. and Mn. Sabato
daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Oswald of arrangements.
"
1. Astone, 6t Woodthore West,
Donat, 21 West Susan St., Hazlet,
Mr. M 4 Mm. Tfcttaae I .
Cliffwood Beach, became the
Mra.
laceph
Yaaaf
became
the
bride
of
Chester
John
l a a i t u r . « COMM ft. KMMburc.
bride of Joseph Mario DiSomma,
Mrs. Annabelle (Clark) Young,
Topolewski jr., son of Mr. and
•ad M a r Lawrence Graham, KM
son of Mrs. Anthony DiSomma, 25
Mrs. Chester J. Topolewski sr., M 8C, of 13 Church St., Matawan, died
• f Mr. tad Mit. Joha J. Graham.
Star St., Iselin, and the late Mr.
Friday,
Sept. It, .965, at her home.
Compton Ave., West Keansburg,
M Highland Blvd., Keeasburg, were
DiSomma, Sunday, Sept. 12, 1965,
Saturday, Sept. 11, 1965, in St. She was born in Ireland and came
Married by the Rev. Frederick Valin St. Lawrence's Church, Laurence
to this area as a young child. She
Benedict's Church, Haztet.
«e*la», Saturday, Sept, 11. IMS, in
Harbor,
was the widow ol Joseph Young.
•I. A m ' i Church, Kwmburg.
The Rev. Gerald Caliahan perThe
Rev.
Melvin
J.
StanczewShe was a member of the First
Tiw Rev. Frederick Valentino alformed the double ring ceremony
ski, pastor, performed the double
Presbyterian Church of Carteret;
• o celebrated Ike nuptial Mae* at
at 2 p.m.
ring ceremony at 3 p.m.
Raritan Chapter 58, Order of the
The bride was escorted by her Eastern Star, and a charter memThe bride was given In marbride waa givca In marriage
stepfather. She wore a floor- ber of Harmony Shrine IS, White
riage by her father. She wore a
fi£«
father. She wore • fleerlength silk organza gown with a Shrine of Jerusalem.
floor-length gown uesigned with
atagtk peau da trie g a m with tpChantilly lace midriff, lace-trima long - sleeved lace bodice, scoop
She is survived by a brother, Jo•UDVM ot lace on th« (MM bodice
med long tapered sleeves and seph C. Clark, Carteret; nine
neckline and crepe sheath akirt
MdKabukt ileevet. A dttadMbkt
chapel train. Her triplc-ticred fin- nieces, including Mrs. Robert Shafwith detachable chapel train. Her
Chapel train fell over the bellgertip - length veil of illusion fell to, Matawan, with whom she made
fingertip - length scalloped illusion
fhaped akirt and bowt on each
from a headpiece of three silk or- her home, and Mrs. Francis Ludveil was held bv a four-tired
•boulder accented the tcoop neckganza roses, outlined with seed wig, Hazlet, and two nephews.
aurora borcalis crystal crown. She
Mae. A clutter e l wring blossoms
pearls. She carried a cascade boucarried a cascade bouquet of white
Funeral services were held Monheld her tiered chapel-length veilquet of white glamellias,
roses, glamelllas and stephanolis.
day at 11 a.m. at the Koyen Fuo»veU ol Hetrhcote illusion. She
Matron
Ot
Honor
Sister It Maid Of Howr
neral Home, Perth Amboy, with
Carried a cascade bouquet of white
Mrs. Robert Wilson, West Keans- the Rev. Chester A. Galloway, patMiss Veronica Astone, Cliffwood
• glamtlliea ' « a lace • covered
burg, sister of the bridegroom, was tor of t h e First Presbyterian
Beach, was the maid of honor for
prayer kaafc.
the matron of honor. Her floor- Church, Matawan, officiating. Inher sister. She wore a floor-length
— Mttadaafa Wear VtMetr
length light turquoise peau de terment was In Alpine Cemetery,
gown styled with an Empire rose
Met. Frank O. Retkme. Red
soie gown featured a Walteau pan- Perth Amboy. Eastern Star and
lace bodice with short sleeves an'.
Baak, was the antron of honor.
el and elbow-length sleeves. A cir- Harmony Shrine services were held
scoop neckline, and pink crepe
She wore aa Empire theath of pale
cular veil fell over her matching Sunday evening.
straight skirt. Her tiered peau de
yellow ftllk crepe, styled with a
m.se headpiece and she carried an
soie bow headpiece was ctudded
•leevelaaa bodice and floor-length
old fashioned bouquet of white ajid
with seed pearls and she carried
•jfcjs*. A bouffant via) wt» attached
turquoise pompons.
a cascade bouquet of light pink
Misa Dinah Ackenon
iFfi^cluster of crepe petals. She
Fuji mums, Happiness roses and
Miss Theresa Megllo, Holmdel,
Carried a catctde bouquet of burnt
rose pompons,
the bridesmnid wore an identical Weil In California
" arange chrysanthemum* and polishThe bridesmaids, who wore iden%own and headpiece. She carried an
• d l v y .
..•••
'
• • • • • • • . ;
Mr. and Mrs. Alan S. Ackerson,
tical gowns and headpieces, were
old fashioned bouquet of yellow
1
The bridal attendanta, who wore
Kailua, Hawaii, announce the marMiss Margaret Ann Glandomenico,
and white pompons.
Identical gowns and headpieces,
riage of their daughter, Dinah, to
Bayonne, and Miss Patricia AtRobert Wilson, West Keans- James Malcolm Dlaisdell, son of
were Mrs. Warren D. Young Jr.,
tone, Park Ridge, cousins of the
burg, brother-in-law of the bride- Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm H. BlaisKeaiaburg, and Miat Geraldine
bride; Miss Rosemarie DiSomMRS. ROBERT WALTER IIYLAND
groom, was the best man. Gerald dell, Honolulu, Hawaii, on Aug. II,
MRS. MARTIN JACKMAN
Graham, Keantburg, tietert of the
ma and Miss Clara DiSomma,
Topotewski, West
Keansburg,
bridegroom; Mrs. Loui» Miele and
Mitt Vcrna Elizabeth Deerin, burg, sister of the bridegroom brother of the bridegroom, usher- 1965, at San Francisco, Calif. The
waistline. Floor-length streamers Laurence Harbor, sinters ol the
Mist
Elaine
Ruth
Garretson,
M a t Nancy Conroy, Keanaburg.
bride is the granddaughter of Mrs.
bridegroom.
They
carried
cascade
daughter
of
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Joseph
Miss
Margaret
Muntrick,
Union,
fell from the bow at the back neckThey carried catcade bouquets of daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer line. She wore a matching crown bouquets of dark pink Fuji W. Deerin, 8 Seaglude Circle, cousin of the bride, and Mrs. Jos- ed.
William M. Ackerson, Hazlet, and
A reception followed at Vaughn's the late Mr. Ackerson.
t a n * orange pompom and polish- B. Garretson, 72 Fourth St., Bel- studded with seed pearls and car- mums, Happiness roses and pink Cliffwood Beach, became the bride seph Deerin jr., Stratford, Conn.,
ford, became the bride of Martin
Stow-Away Hotel, Atlantic Highad ivy.
pompons.
The bride is a graduate of Kailua
of
Lt.
Robert
Walter
Hyland,
son
sister-in-law of the bride. They
Jackman, M Elitabeth St., Key- ried a cascade bouquet of gold Fuji
The flower girls were Barbara port, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. mumi, bronze pompons and polishDeborah and Diane Simone, Ise- of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hyland, 6 carried cascades of variegate, lands. For their motor trip to Can- High School and was attending the
ada,
the
bride
wore
a
navy
blue
Graham, sitter of the bridegroom, James Jackman, Wexford County, ed ivy.
University of Hawaii at the timt
lin, nieces of the bridegroom, Lincoln Ct., Keansburg, Saturday, greens.
and white checked wool suit with
M d Cathy Jo Jennings, sister of frelaad, Saturday, Sept. II, 1965.
were the flower girls. They wore Sept. II, 1965, in St. Lawrence's
Richard Santangclo, Newark navy blue accessories and a cor- ol her marriage. Her husband it
Vincent Halleran, Keyport, was floor • length frocks with rose Church, Laurence Harbor.
Ike bride. Their floor-length white
a
graduate of Acalanes High
was the best man. Ushering w«r« sage of white glamellia«.
The Rev. August Neumann peraUk organza frocki had Empire formed, the double ring ceremony the best man. Ushering were Reg- lace bodices, short sleeves and
School, Lafayette, Calif., aud atJoseph Deerin jr., Stratford, Conn,
The
Rev.
Melvin
J.
Stanc/ewinald
E.
Crawford,
Croton-on-theThe
bride
and
the
bridegroom
Mittlines with yellow sashes, cap at I p.m. in St. Joseph's Church,
tended the University of .California.
scoop neckline* and full skirtt.
Hudson, N.Y. cousin of the bride, They carried princess baskete of ski, pastor, performed the douh: brother of the bride; Joseph Tom are graduates of Keyport High
^ftf
and bell-shaped skirts. They Keyport.
ring ceremony and celebrated the aselli, Belleville, and Thomas
and Eugene Barrett, Keyport.
School. Mrs. Topolewski is employ• • » » crowns of burnt orange pompink,
rose
and
white
rose*
and
Lieu, Brooklyn.
The bride was given in marriage
After a reception in the Molly mums and wore rose headpiecet. nuptial mass at 11 a.m. Mrs. Ber- For her daughter's wedding, Mrs, ed in the Credit Dcpt. of Lilygot* and carried princms bssketa
nard Fleming, organist, accome l matching pompons and polished by her father. She wore a gown of Pitcher Inn, Red Bank, the couple
John Dige jr., Iselin, was the panied Mrs. Joseph Tafaro, solo- Deerin selected a three-piece suil Tulip Cup Corp., Holmdel. The
white silk organza, embroidered motored to Canada. For traveling,
bridegroom served three years In
best man. Ushering were Arthur Di- ist.
of beige satin brocade highlightec the U.S. Army and is employed by
with flower motifs on the fitted
Derscy-Merl
ert Geisler, Keansburg, was bodice, Matching motifs were re- the bride wore a pink silk shantung Somma, Laurence Harbor, brother
with
gold
and
pink
leaf
design.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Meri, 0
Doyle - Mkiway, Cranford.
The bride was given in marriage
the best man. Ushering were War- peated on the long tapered sleeves suit with navy blue accessories and of the bridegroom; Gerald Levy,
She wore a beige satin blouse
Brainard
Ave.,
Port Monmouth,
by
her
father.
She
wore
a
floorThey
will
reside
in
Keyport
Gara
corsage
of
white
pompons.
ten D. Young Jr., brother-in-law of and scattered on the floor-length
Itelin; Peter Caveat, Metuchen,
with matching profile hat, pink
announce the engagement of their
the bridegroom; Thomas Jennings, skirt. A cluster ol silk organza
The bride wat graduated from and Frederick Gurovich, Perth length gown of peau taffeta, de- accessories and a corsage of pink dens, Keyport.
daughter. Lee, to Richard John
signed with an Altncon lace opKeaniburg, brother of the bride, flowers held htr lingertip-length Middletown Township High School Amboy.
Dorsey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul
pliqued bodice, studded with se- cymbidiums with gold ribbon. The
and Louis Miele aad Thomas Lopes, tutterlly veil ol French illusion and is employed by Van Pelt a
E w t y t t a Heaeymaea '
bridegroom's mother chose a teal
Wanagaitis,
120 Crcsant St., Keansquins.
The
lace
was
repeated
on
Keaniburg.
After a reception for I7S guetts
crepe street-length dress with drapand she carried • cascade bouquet Son Agency, New Monmouth. She
burg.
A reception followed in- Buck of while Fuji mums, white pompons is secretary of Beta Sigma Phi, in - the Lavender Room of the the front of the bell-shaped skirt ed side ruffles. She wore a matchMrs.
Mary
SanwaM
Miss Mc-ri attended Middletow*
Smith's Restaurant, East Keana- and polished ivy.
Magnolia Inn, Mttawan, the couple and long tapered sleeves. The fit- ing pillbox hat, matching accessor
Phi Tau Chapter, Red Bank.
Mrs. Mary Sanwald, 68, ol S Township High School. Her fiance
ted bodice had a lace-bordered
burg. For their motor trip to the
The bridegroom wat graduated flew to Europe. After a month's sabrina neckline, and the detach- ies and a corsage of while cym Oceanview Ave., Kcansburg, died also attended Middletown High
Wears Topai Satin
ftoconot, the bride wore a pearl
bidiums with silver ribbon.
Mrs. Bailor D. McCormack, from Glynn National High School, honeymoon, they wiH return on the
Friday, Sept. 10, 1965, at her home. School and Is employed by the
wool tuit, black accessories Camp Pendtaton, Calif., was the Ireland. He it • member of the SS Raphael, For traveling the able chapel train was held by a
Reception At Cobblestones
She was born in Newark, the General Motors Corporation, Linbow at the back. Her three-tiered
white orchid corsage,
bride
wore
a
powder
blue
brocadAfter a reception in The Cob- daughter of the late Jamea and den.
matron of honor for her sister. Her Keyport Junior Chamber of Combouffant
French
illusion
veil
was
bride and the bridegroom floor-length topaz satin gown wat merce and it vice president of the ed three • piece suit, matching hit
blestones, Middletown, the couple Mary Ann (Logan) Connelly and
The wedding is planned for thlt
are graduates of Middletown Town- styled with a sabrina neckline, el- Keypnrt Democratic Club. He it and accessories and a corsage of held by a headpiece of Alencon motored to the Poconos. For had lived in Keansburg for four
fall.
lace and sequins. She carried a
ship High School.
how-length sleeves, fitted basque employed by Bell Telephone Lab- white glamellku. When they re- crescent bouquet of white carna- traveling, tlie bride wore a navy years.
turn, they will reside in Iselin.
Mrs. Graham it employed In the bodice and A-line skirt with front oratories, Inc., Holmdel.
blue suit with matching accessorShe was a retired employee of
tions and roses.
Now Is the time to advertise
Personnel Department of the Bcn- pinch pleats. A tailored self-bow
The bride wat graduated from
ies. When they return, they wil. the Prudential Insurance Company, those unused articles for sale. A
They will reside on DutchMs
CCMin Is Honor Maid
tlix Corp., Holmdel. The bride- accented the upsweep of the front Ave., East Keansburg.
Sayreville High School and is
reside in Mobile, Ala.
Newark.
small ad in the classified eoluma
groom la a senior at Seton Hall
employed by National Car Rental
Mist Catherine Mclaughlin, West
The bride was graduated from
Surviving are two daughters, will tura them iato cash for you.
university. South Orange, where he
in the Newark Airport.
Deal, was the maid of honor for Madison Township High School and Mrs. Frank Sutoon, Keansburg, and
Surviving are a ton, William
Is majoring in accounting.
The bridegroom
a t t e n d e d her cousin. Her Empire gown Claremont Secretarial School, New Mrs. Patricia Zazzali, Neptune; a
They will reside ia their new
Sttrkey, Union Beach; a daughter, School! in Italy and Woodbridge was styled with a moss green York. She was employed by Chev- son, Robert Sanwald, Neptune; 10
home at 2) Cottage PI., Keanaburg.
Mrs. Leonard Brunner,
Union Township. He served two years in velvet bodice, and three-quarter- ron Asphalt Co., Perth Amboy,
grandchildren, and six great-grandThe bridegroom was graduated children.
Mrs. Mat M i a b l a Statfcey
Beach; a brother Frank Grey, Lar- service in the U.S. Army. He is length sleeves. Hemline streamers
employed by Breen'a Plumbing fell from
back bow of the from Bishop Loughlin High School,
A requiem high mass was offered
Funeral services were held Sat- go, Fla.; five grandchildren and and Heating Co., Iselin.
straight • line eggshell crepe floor - New York. He received his Bach Monday morning in St. Ann's
urday afternoon at the Day Funer- two great • grandchildren.
length skirt. A circular veil fell elor of Arts Degree in Economics Church, Keansburg. Burial was in
al Home, Keyport, for Mrs. Mae
Q
over her matching velve, bow from Rutgers University, where he Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Middletown,
Mrs. CMlhardl Laadcrafl
Bertram Quackenbush, Marlbo.o Elizabeth Slarkey, 74, of 5215-IOlst
headpiece and she carried a cas- v.-as a member of Sigma Phi under the direction of the John J.
W. $. WALLACE
Township, who died July 23, left Ave., North Pincllas Park, Fla.,
Funeral services were held Moncade bouquet of variegated greens Fraternity. He has served one Ryan Funeral Home, Keansburg.
ait estate to his brothers, Nelson, a former resident of Union Beach, day for Mrs. Bridget Landcraft,
cumam
highlighted
with
bittersweet.
year
of
a
four-year
enlistment
in
Mra. Leuit G. FarieUe
Fred and Joseph Quackenbush; who died Sept. 7, 1965, in St. Pet- widow of Guthardt Landcratt, who
The bridal attendants, who wore the U. S. Air Force and is stationGeorge
Weber
and Nellie Gravatt; Lillian Mein- ersburg, Fla. The Rev. Chester died Thursday, Sept. 9, 1965, at her Funeral services were held Sat- identical gowns and headpieces, ed at Qrookley Air Force Base
Gvorge Weber, 68, of Garden
sjer; Louella Morgan and Marguer- Galloway, pastor of the First Pres- home, IB Quaid St., Sayreville. A urday for Mrs. Louise M. Far- were Miss Hydith Hyland, Keans- in Mobile, Ala.
Park Trailer Ct., Hazlet, died SatItlyjt. Edwards. The Monmouth byterian Church, Matawan. offi- high mass of requiem was offer*! icllo, 73, of 564 Thirteenth Ave.,
urday,
Sept. 11, 1965, in Riverview
twftaty National Bank was named ciated. Interment was in Gracoiand at 9:30 a.m. in Our Lady of Vic- Newark, who died Wednesday,
M. F r e e * *
Hospital, after being stricken while
executor, according to terms of the Cemetery. Kenilworth.
tories' Church following services Sept. 8, 19(5, at the home of her Ga., and Mrs. Patricia Collins of
bowling at the Airport Plaza Lanes,
Long
Branch,
and
four
brothers,
daughter,
Mrs.
Anna
VanSiclen,
Will, which was filed recently for
at 9 a.m. in the Zamborski Fullazlot.
probate in the office of Monmouth
Mrs. Slarkey was a member of neral Home. Interment was in the Perth Amboy, with whom she had Delbert and Sidney VnnPelt, EatWilliam A. Meehaa
He was born in Passaic and forbeen staying. She was the wile of ontown; Vernon VanPelt, ShrewsCounty Surrogate Donald J. Cun- the Order of Eastern Star and the New Calvary Cemetery, Parlin.
William A. Meehan, 66, of 533
Louis G. Fariello. The funeral was bury Township, and Irving Van Palmer Ave., West Keansburg, merly lived in Elizabeth and Roningham.
Amaranth.
She was a parishioner of Our at 8 a.m. from the Freeman Fu- Pelt, Matawan.
selle Park before moving to Hazlet
died Friday, Sept. 10, 1965, in Mon- nine years ago. He was a machinist
Lady of Victories Church.
neral Home, Freehold, to St. Rose
moulh Medical Center. He was for the New Jersey Tool and Die
Anthony S. Fiederowicz
Daughter of the late Mr. and of Lima Church, Freehold, where a
born in Brooklyn, the son of the Co., Kenilworth. lie was a memMrs. Patrick (Anna) Bagley, Mrs. requiem mass was offered at 9
Funeral services were held SatLandcraft was born in Brooklyn ».m. by the Rev. Thomas P. Ridge, urday for Anthony S. Fiederowicz late George and Matilda (War- ber of Wheatsheaf Lodge FAAM,
Roselle Park; the Faith Reformed
and had resided in Sayreville most pastor. Burial was in St. Rose of sr., 47, of Park Ave., New Mon- kiw) Meehan.
Mr. Meehan was a member ol Church, Hazlet, and the Matawan
of her life.
Lima Cemetery, Freehold Town- mouth, who died Wednesday. Sept.
8, IS65, at Rivervicw Hospital. A Caesarea Lodge 64, F&AM, Key Minerological Society. He was an
Surviving are three daughters, ship.
exempt member and former capMrs. Alfred Baumann, with whom
Surviving in addition to her hus requiem high mass was offered at port.
Surviving are his wife. Mrs tain of the Lorraine Hose ComMrs. Landcraft lived, Mrs. John hand and Mrs. Van Siclen arc six 10 a.m. at St. Mary's Church, New
pany, Roselle Park Fire DepartKrug of Old Bridge and Mrs. sons, Anthony S. Fariello, Mata- Monmouth. Burial was in Mt. Oli- Catherine (Maxson) Meehan; i ment.
George Rittman of Spotswood; wan; Louis J. Fariello, Asbury vet Cemetery, under the direction son, William H. Meehan, MiddleThere Is no better way to show
Surviving arc his wile, Mrs. Neland nine grandchildren; and five Park, and Charles F. Fariello, of the John F. Pfleger Funeral town; a daughter, Mrs. Everett
your lovt) and respect than with
Wilson, Oci;anport; a sister, Mrs. lie M. (Norman) Weber, librarian
great-grandchildren.
Frank F. Fariello, George D. Far- j Home, Middlotown.
• Barre Guild Cwtl• '•
iello and Arthur A. Fariello, all of j Born in Jersey City, he was a Josephine Tulhlll, Freeporl, L. I.; it the Phyllis Olinsky Memorial LiRetort P. Lyswh
fkwiMonument.Carl
Freehold; three other daughters, j resident of New Monmoulh lor 10 six grandchildren and one great- brary, Hazlet; a son, George N.
Weber, New Lisbon, and a brother, today or visit our
Funeral services were held Sat- Mrs. Madeline Dombck, Mrs. Vir- i years. He was a foreman with the grandchild.
urday for Robert P. Lynch, 70, of Binia Lench and Mrs. Elizabeth American Can Co., Jersey city.
Funeral services wtre held Mon- Arthur Weber, Hailet.
monument display.
Funeral services were held Wed211 Seeley Ave., Keansburg, who Layton, all of Freehold; a sister, where he had been employed for day at 1 p.m. at (he Bcdle Fudied Wednesday, Sept. 8, 1365. A Mrs, Elizabeth Lcmbo, Brooklyn, ; the jiasl 27 years, lie was an Army neral Home, Keyport, with the Rev. nesday at 10 a.m. In the Faith ReWhcrfof) Mamorialt
requiem high mass was offered N.Y.; two brothers, James Fariello Sergeant in World War II.
David Propcrt, pastor of Calvary- formed Church, under the direction
H*y. 16 mar Mafn St., Kiyporf
Saturday at 9 a.m. in St. Ann's and Anthony Fariello, both of MaiMethodist Church, Keyport, officat- of the John II. Mvhlenbeck Funeral
Surviving are his wife, Eileen ing. Cremation took place at Rose- Home, llazlot. Firemen's services
C I I For Appointment 1M-H14
Church, Keansburg. Burial, under twan, 19 grandchildren and five
(Hurdbeck) Fiederowicj; his moth- hill Crematory, Linden.
and masonic services were held
direction of Ryun Funeral Home, great • grandchildren.
er,
Mrs.
Malvina
Ficdorowicz,
JerTuesday evening at the funeral
was in Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Midsey City; two sons, Anthony S. FieMrs. Cwwar I « W M
home.
Mrs. David Scldeman
dletown.
di'rinvicz
jr.
and
David
FirderoMrs.
Ambroslna
Rose
Biirbnlini,
Born in Hartford, Conn., he was Funeral services were conduct-1 wicz, both at home; a daughter, 70, of Tennent Rd., Murganville,
Abiaatto Rets
the son of the late Michael Lynch ed Sunday at I p.m. at tlio Bod in.. Carol Flederowici, also at home; died Sunday, Sept. 12, 1965, in
The body of Alexander Reed, tl.
and Mrs. Maria Lynch. He was a Fi!.w»l Home, Asbury Park, for four brothers, Benjamin Firderow- Monmouth Medical Center. She
former
ri'ti(k>iit of Locust, who
U.S. Navy veteran of both world Mrs. Rose Scidcman, 8!l, of 507 icz, and Joseph
Fiederowicz, was twin in Austria, and had lived lived in Martha's Vineyard, Miee.,
wars, having served 29 years. He Summerfield Ave., Asbury Park, Jersey City, John S. Fiederowicz, in Morganvillc for 33 year«, form- teas found Saturday, Sept. II, 1W,
was a retired chief boatswain's who died Thursday, Sept. !), 1965. Greensboro, N.C., and Gregory erly residing In Statvn Island. She more than a mile off the MasstchuShe was the widow of David
mate. He wat alto retired from
Flwferowicz, Holmdel, and three was the widow of Caesar Batbolini. seUs cutit. Mr. Read had htaa reNAD Earlo as a civilian employee. Seideman.
She win a communicant of St. torted missing at sea tine* hi* dlfr
Mrs. Seideman was bom In sisters, Sister Mary Laureuna ol
He wat t member of the Navy
ppvnnincfl had bwn noted Sept. 4,
Lithuania. She lived at the shore St. Joseph's School, Camilen, and Clement's Church., MtitawiM.
Fleet Reserve, Newark.
Mrs.
Jean
Wyhnlt
and
Mrs.
June
Surviving are a son, Kmlolph lthough he had last been wen
32 years and wan formerly of NeAug
JO. Reportedly ha had Um
Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Mar- wark. She was a retired dress- Sywinskl, both of Jerwy City.
Barlxilini, MorKanville; two d(U||hgaret (Moore) Lynch; three fotter maker.
ten, Mrs. Sylvia Jamison, Mor- boating in a one-man kayak,
Retort
N.
Scalt
Horn In New York, ha ted llvel
sons, William Dolan, Andrew CherJIl, and Mm. Esther Kiddle,
Surviving are a son, Sy Seidtry, and Thomas Dunham, all ol man, Charleston, S.C.; a daughFuneral t e r v l c n were hold Fri- Kvnn.sbuig; a brother
bh
d lister In Locust for I] yean, where Ms
and
Ketnsburx, and two sitters, Mra, :nr, Mrs. William Sleiwl, Koyport; day morning In D a y Funeral 1 ionic, in Italy nnd 17 grimdchlldrcn.
rtnte mad* their horn*. Ha wtt
Mary hiutllllcr, Hartford, Conn., three grandchildren, and four Krypnrl, with the Rev, Henry A.
A ri'i|uii'in high m t t e w i t cele- an artist and architect and formerand Mrs. Timothy Colllm, Pills- great-children.
Male, rector of St. Mnry'j F.pisco- brnled Wednesday at 9 a.m. i t ly bud own »n Inatructor at Mattburgh, Pa.
Pal Church, Ktyport, ofllclntin« for St. Joseph'* Church, Keyport. fcv tchuMMe InatHuM of TtchnoJoaff,
Patricia treat Prtiter, I M i t t f u t M W l w , Keypnrt, t e r v t d
Robert N, Scott, 13, ot US Locust li'Niient, under Hie diivctlon ol the Iloslon,
LfMw Vinfell
Oaaa Tttk
H« it turvlved by t *li!cr, Mn.
a* bfidetmaM. Their told satin
Funeral lervlcci were held Sal- Grove Park, Route Jf. Wrst Kenns Wnllt I'unprnl Horn*, Marlboro
ef Richard Allan Haiineti, turn floor-length gowrm «•«• re ntyled with
Ftinenil services were held Sat- urd»y for Lesler Vanl'ell, M, ol HI liurg, who died Sept. 7, l»!'i in Kiv Township, w i n In St. Joseph'! William R. ItanHng, HolmM.
m. and Mra, Andrew lltnsen, tabrlna neckllnvs and elbowlcnKlh urday lor G u t Toth, U, ol Cliff- Lewis St., Kalontnwn, whi> died ervlew Hospital. Inti'rineni wn« In Cemetery.
Funeral mtvlcm w w t M d Tue#wood Dr., Cliffwood Hetch, who suddenly Wednesday, Sept. H, 1965. Fair View Cemetery, MiddleM Church ft., WaodbridRr, Ratur- •teeve*.
dty at 3 p.m. In tht) Contr#ntttflt»al
•Jay, lept. II, l«tt, In St, Jowph't
John 0 , TrllrMrr
Francli Andraaclk, Colonln, w a s died Wednesday, Sept. 8, IMS, at The funeral win held nt II n in In town.
Church, Wftt Tl«bur«, Matt,
Chare*, Neyport,
John C. Trltrhler, « , of MO Clsrk
the belt itiit'i. Robert Antlclno, Me- I'crlh Ambuy General Hospital,
the Robert A. Brmin Home for I'u- Horn In Glnsijow, Snillund, Mi,
WMiamrtpe
Tiw daughter of the Into Mr, and tuchen, uihervd,
i' Very Rnv. Ctnoii George II. noral.i, Isatonlown, Burial was In SYoll wus u resident of Iliu West Avff., Union l l w h , dlrti Siimltjr.
William ttipt, m, o f j e m y Aw.,
After a r«fntlof) In Buck Smith's Ifciyil, reclor of St. Pcter'a Eplnco- Old Tt'nnent Cemvlery, Tviinenl,
Mm, Alsytlut Freltff, MIM freltcr
Kuiiiuhurn area most of hli Ille, Sept. 12, IIK15, niter I long lllnvM.
Mr, Vunt'etl wat IKTII In Mnlu- Id' wan u Merchant Marino stew lie wnn b o m In Nownik, liio nod of llftwoxl, (Urd I'rldty, 9*pt. 10,
NttaMl with her brother and nl«t«r- ReMnurant, I'KM KeannburK, trm ptl Clturrh, IVilh Amboy, conduct'
M m , Mr, and Mrs. Aloytlu* couple left lor New York, Cor trsv- ed lite fimrrnl nervier* at II a.m. wail, son of Mrs, LIIIK (Cooper) iird nnd w i n n member of ('iiomimi llm lute Chnrli-n nrul Mary (Welx- MS, In Allmwond Ifotpltal, tftt*
I'lliiH,
the
brlil*
wore
a
blue
suit,
Vnnl'clt
it nil the lute John Vmi- l.ridiie IK, Keyimrt, trio Scullluli IIM) 'I rilrlilcr.
frawtr, I Parkvl«w Terr,, IU/.M,
K Ul
In the Mu»k» Funeral Chiirwl, Tit
Tkt Rev, August Neumann of- White coat and accemiwIeN, WIHMI Hull Ave,, I'crlh Amlxty, Crema- Pell, He resided) In Ealontuwn fix Itlip. M I Conslmory ol J e m y City
Hi! in mirvlvi'd by IIIM wile, Mi*.
Ho W M bora In Ahbcyvllte, Ate,,
tWtttid at tlw Amble ring Mrc' they return, they wlH re*itl« In tion win In Kosi'hlll Crematory, yenrn. lie wna • mrmlipr of the mid llm f > < ! « of th« White Shrine Miiile (1'ipwleij Trltclilcri a il«u|fh
nd Imd llvol to Cliffwood tor «
llrst ilaplist Church of Hitl Dunk of Jerusalem, Perth Amboy,
1 ntd ettefcratrtt iht nuptial Kpypnrt.
ler, Minn Cnml Ann Trl(phl<lr, al
(In K M a hilokynrd worker,
Linden,
nttd
lite
I'ritlcriinl
Order
til
i'.tii at 12 o'clock nonn,
Imillei
n
MMer,
Mm,
Mill
If
Ulltle,
Itw hrltlf w a t gradimluil (rum
Surviving * r o hid wl/r, Mn
He wns u prilnlcr liy Inuli' iiml a
bride wat •Mortal by her V, M t r y ' i Mliih ftrttmil, Sonlh AMI- member n( llw CiirpwiteriT Union Itli'.t ol I mm !)nuu:h,
CMlii,n,
mid
n
giiwiili'lilld,
iJiiiulhy (Ti'mpli'lun) S c n I i; n
r, Aloyslua Frt'lter. Site wore IK ly, nil'] ifw HIM I Itmik IIUI!IU<M I mill No, 115, I'dIh Ambny,
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• Whrtf «MU d« M>!« flUDI'll'lilltll liisllltile, Slit1 Is tMn|>l»ye(l hy the
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Mr.
.ItM'ury
IVntttl
I'IIIMT
nnd
I.IK'I'
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Home, KcypDit, follinviM by
gnwn with htll tkwv«» and Mbrlnit
Viinl'i'll, Mi'il Hunk; nrvii «HII,
mill It ltd formeily lomded In IVrth Mm!*, Kt'tirM nnd John Vanl'cll,
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Diviakw la the Dominican Republic.
Pfc. Hick* received the award
tor combat against hostile force*
ia rha Dominican Republic, ElamcMt of the 12nd are currently ia
Saato Oomlnga serving as part of
the later-American Peace Force.
The M-year-old loldier U a driver
Tfiurtday, September 16, I96S
in Company B, Id Battalion of the Redfield Jr., son of Mrs. A. Mihle,
to the former Angetines G. Caudedivision's SWth Infantry. He enter- 274 Maple PL, Keyport, has been villa from Spain. His father, Jam- Keansburg. has bee/ selected for
ed the Army ia September 1961 graduated at Keesler AFB, Miss.. es F. Redfield sr., retiie* at f technical training at Chanute AHL
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and complied basic training at from the training course for U.S. Myrtle Ave., Metuchen.
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