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1 RED BANK REGISTER 7 Cents COM VOLUME LXXI, NO. 45. RED BANK, N. J., THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1949 SECTION ONE PAGES 1 TO 16 'Hello London 9 Begins Thursday At Rumson High Holy Cross Show to Run Three Night.; Tickets Available "Hello, London," an original musical comedy revue, will be sponsored for three nights beginning a week from tonight in Rumson high school auditorium by Holy Cross parish's Holy Name society and Parent-Teacher association. Written and directed by Mr. and Mrs. William Turnler of Red Bank the show will be a fast-moving production, featuring beautiful costumes, clever routines and talents singing. Tickets are available from members of the cast, Rumson's Dennii Byrne agency, Fair Haven pharmacy and Sea Bright pharmacy. Principals in the revue, backed by a cast of 80, will be Mrs. Turnier, Joseph Desmond, Harold Mullins, Hiss Barbara Bergi, William Hoaff, Mr. Turriier, Henry Krus and the Seven Schmoos, Chris Deisler, Roy Bauer, Joe Thompson, Mr. Mullins, Bill Robinson, Harry Cronan and Frank Hnida. John R. Deisler will be master of ceremonies. Soloists and their numbers will be John Ellis, "Again"; Miis tt Mary Ann Byrne, "Peggy O'Nell"; Carl Bathgate, specialty; Miss Bergi, "Wonderful"; Mr. Desmond, "Beautiful Eyes"; Mrs. Veronica Newman, "So in Love"; Mr. and Mrs. Turnier, specialty; Bill Robinson, "Sweet Mystery of Life"; Mr. Thompson and' Mr. Bauer "Cruising Down the River"; Mrs, Theresa Horan, "Oalway Bay"; Mr. Mullins, "Hello, Little Girl, Hello"; Miss Irene Robtnaoh, "My Darling"; Chris Deisler, specialty; Mis* Dolores Chevalier, "One Klas"; Miss Sergl and. Mr. Hoag, "Wonderful"; Ml«s Ruth Kllien, "Jealousy"; Mr. Bauer, "Sunflower"; Art Koelsch, "Stout Hearted Men"; Miss Jeanne Buchanan, Miss Tjeresa Horan and Miss Veronica Newman, solos; Mr. Hoag, "Love, Love, Love" and Mr. Kruse, "I Don't See Me in Your Byes Anymore." Included in the specialty numbers will be performances by Mrs. Dorothy Toland of the Toland dancing school; Reed Stock at the piano, Eileen Giblln and Carole Macho of Mozar school of dancing, and Joan and Peter Llaffei. Proceeds of the show, which is ths third annual presentation ot the- Holy JGHM Musical Comedy tompany,, go to Holy Cross school building fund. The chorus includes: girls, Eileen Giblln, Carol Guerrler, Mary Duratewltz, Betty Brown, Joan Healy, Joan Heckt, Betty Holland, Mary Robinson, Joan White, Ann Shea, Virginia Oakes, Carole Macho, "Betty Langler, Catherine Keany and Marilyn Holland. Women, Therese Beattle, Nettl Bulrwinkel, Betty Cotney, Eleanoi Desmond, Margie Guerrlcr, Catherine Guinco, Grace Osmulski. Mary Onderdonk, Nancy Oakes, Jeanne Ronan, Lorraine Kreucher, Florence Joy, Eileen Ronan, Vera Heckt, Grace Healy, Patricia Riesenberger, Karen Ostren, Patricia Ronan, Betty Ryan, Marilyn Schneider, Audrey Schubert, Rose Mary Bergi and Peggy Shea. Men, Walter Bauer, Bill Brown Albert Bullwinkle, Dennis Byrne, Donald Clancy, Charles. Costlgan John Cotney, James Delaney, Edward Guinco, John Deiner, Joseph Healy, Frank Mazza, Robert Mc- Nally, Anthony Mellacl, John Murphy, Bill Ondordonk, Stanley Osmulski, Bob Powers, Harold Shee- Jian, John T. Wilson, Robert Newman and Jack Powers. Rotary Club Observes Ladies 1 Night Tonight Red Bank Rotary club tonight at 7:30 o'clock will observe its annual ladles' night at a dinnerdance in Fort Monmouth Officers' club, Eatontown. Daniel Dondi is.general chairman of the affair, assisted by Robert de la Reussille, Hubert Farrow, Richard Barnett and Roger Francis, tickets; Edward J. Mack lin, master of ceremonies; Leo Levin and Harvey Miner, gifts, and Thomas Dean, decorations. Organ music will be furnished during the dinner, with Fort Mon mouth's regular orchestra supplying dance music. Outdoor Clothes Driers Faleo aluminum. Light as a feather, ; ChlcuKo Curtain stretchers s metal window boxes, 15-lnehi 81 centsr up to 30 Inches wide at II.S»; Blssells carpet sweepers, basswood porch screens In ull slies, Odora closet* 14.18, Aerosol bombs All the things you ne*d at one spot. Just call up for free delivery. National i * 10. Frown's. s Advertisement, If Cants P»r Dsy Typewriters and sdding machines t silo all makas, new portables. Terms *>i low as per week, Large selection. Guaranteed reconditioned machines, Low er»lco's, 103 Monmouth tnat. Phone B. B, «.<Ms5. Advertisement,, Mert * * Moswr lei homes, farms, country esute. bail' n*s* buildings, existing or. new. Long Una, easy, payment, liberal loans on acceptable nropertle*. Joseph 0. MrCii* Agency, Realtor*. Mortgage Dtp*rt> ment Fbon*, Rumsen 1-044*. Afl>*rtlsement Columbia Venetian Blinds Chssuicst In ths end. Oet ths very test, See House and Garden and all popular masaslnes for Columbia ads, Architects all recommend Columbia. Must be n reason. National 5 * 10. Prown's. Advertisement, Straight Dawn eiis Highway 31 to Simon's Chi mi Market for bargains Jn dishes, Wo bouvht n carload of close out* I 20-ploce set I'i.Og, pastel shades, Simon's China Market, High- Way, 15, Albuiy Park. Advertisement, bnsler, Plymouth, International Salts / Honored by G.O.P.. Howard W. Roberts Roberts Heads Middletown C.O.P 68 Attend Dinner At Louii' Restaurant Howard W. Roberta of New Monmouth, Middletown township clerk and Monmouth county solicitor, was re-elected chairman of th Middletown township Republican executive county committee Monday night, Mr. Roberts is senior member of the Atlantic Highlands law firm of Roberts, Pillsbuiy, ttc Sorenson. Mrs. Thomis Morford of Middletown was re-elected vice-chairman. MM. Margaret Voorhees o Bast Keansgurg is secretary and Mrs. Lena Maier of Leonardo is treasurer. Members of the committee, officials and guests, 68 in all, enjoyed a dinner after the election at Louis' restaurant, Middletown. Attending w'ere Mr. and Mrs. David W. Jackson, Mr. and Mrs George C. Yarnall, Mr. and Mrs. Craig Finnegan, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L. Maier, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Brunts, Mr. and Mrs.' Edwin H. Braech, Mr. and Mrs. W. Gilbert Manson, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Burkhardt, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Beam, Mr. and Mm. Leo Hemhauser, Mr. and Mrs. John T. Lawley, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weiland, Mr. and Mra. George J. Thorns, Mr. and Mrs. Victor E. Qrwslnger; Mr. and Mrs, Joseph E. Johnson, Mr.'-and Mrs. Chester Henry, Mr. and Mrs. -Earl K. Eastmond, Mr. aii'd'mrs., Joseph K. Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Hesse, Jr., Mr. and Hn. Frank F. Btalsdell, Mr. and Mrs." Lawrence A. Carton, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. William C. Johnson, Mr. and Mm. J, Francis Ranch, Mr. and Mra. Harold Copeland, Mr. and Mrs. Howard W. Roberts, Mr, and Mrs. William E. Ralph, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Frelbott, Mr. and Mrs. J. Crawford Compton Mr. and Mrs. Philip Leonard; Mrs. Thomas Morford, Mr*. Mary E. Maxson, Mrs. Margaret M. Voorhees, Mrs, Louise C. Bodman.Mrs. Elizabeth Hubbs, Charles H. Tindall, Thomas L. Parrlsh, Harold Otten, J. Rusaell Woollcy, and Walter J. Bills. Mr. and Mrs. H. Clay Bair and Mrs. Qeraldine L. Thompson were unable to be present. State to Repair Slippery Highway Shrewsbury Joins Protective Group Mayor Alfred N. Beadleston told members of Shrewsbury's, council Tuesday night that state highway officials had promised resurfacing of Broad st. (hwy.,35) this summer. This action follows two year* of requests and petitions to alleviate) the slippery condition ot the highway caused by rain. The road was the subject of an experimental covering placed there two years ago. The borough also voted to Join the Jersey Shore Protective committee in its fight against rail rate increases. Explaining that the borough had not joined the committee last year because of "a tight budget," the mayor recommended that council appropriate the' S0 membership fee out of the current budget. It was also announced that a special meeting was hild Apr. 11, at which time Boro Bui. tours amended its request for a bus route through the.borough to Camden. The - amendment eliminated Sycamore avt. as part ot the route, substituting Newman 8prings rd. Liquor license applications were approved for. Brookalde inn. Log Cabin inn, Shadowbrook restaurant and Forrtr'g Liquors, Councilman Harold McCormick not voting., ; Bcs,th Ckslrs. 19,19 for the canvas chain, made by 'elcscope, the very best. Others up to Awnings of all kinds from 11.91, xsswood porch screens from, s to 10 feet wide, (iet your* now. National a t 10. Prown's. Advertisement. Fence Win, Feat* PMU All kinds, all slscs. Largest stock In th* county. Morris Btcktr * Son, 1»J Shrewsbury avenue, corner Catherine street. Phone R Advertisement. _. For S.I.. Approximately 400 yards of good rich :op soil* Must be ramoved immediately, reasonable. Martin J. McGuIre, Highway 35. Phone R. B Adver- Usement, Ultle W*me* New Series of the Famous "Halljafk" Dolls i Four In a Folder for 11,00 t Kox'a (lift Shop, 41 Monmouth Itreet, Red Bank, Advertisement. Last Call Kor "Hnllinark" Mother's Day Cards, Mio for Grandma, Slulni 1, Wife, Aunt, Sweetheart's Mother, etc, Fox's Gift hop, 41 MonraoUth Street, Red Bask. dvituiasiidt ' Dondi To Hold Formal Opening Of Airport Inn ReiUurant-Bar Completely Renovated; Kitchen Enlarged Daniel Dondi, proprietor of the Airport inn, Saturday will hold the formal opening; of his renovated and redecorated establishment on Shrewsbury ave. Finishing touches to the restaurant-bar were made this week, Including; shrubbery planting and the outlining of a large parking area on the south and west sides of the building. Mrs. Dondi and her daughter, Mrs. Bjorn Neilsen, were the interior decorators. The changeover now finds new lighting, green cushioned booths, foam rubber bar stools, asphalt tile floor, knotty pine border beneath decorative wallpaper, a new ceiling and a completely new kitchen. The general scheme flrid» the building with greater depth. The improvements also tend to give the building greater width. Although many changes have been effected, Airport inn's personnel continues the same. Bill Prate and. Lou Scopetani are mixologists and John "Kitchen" Harcarik is master of the eating department. The large kitchen is entirely new and completely modern. Done in tile, it finds a new refrigeration system, new stoves and new cooking equipment. The exterior also presents a different picture. A propeller Neon sign has been erected, under which are attractive pieces of shrubbery. A tall hedge, running the length of the property on the south side, outlines the new parking area. The entrance has been moved from the center of the building to the southeast corner, with cement walks leading to It. A vestibule, done In knotty pine, separates the main entrance from the bar proper. The back bar has full-length mirrors and together with the bar Itself, has been reflnished in keep- Ing with the decorative scheme. Ladies' and men's rooms have bten modernized and Improved, featuring tile walls. Mr. Dondi opened Airport inn Mar. 6, U87. It followed his association with several well-known club* in the county, including the John F. Monahan club at Monmouth Beach. That was in He later in at Pleasant inn, after which he joined partnership to open Muldoon'a At row inn, Avencl. He wu, for a short while, in the cocktail bar at Red Bank's Strand restaurant. He lives, in his apartment house at Shrewsbury and Patterson aves., Shrewsbury. Arnold A. Zellner was general contractor. Others on the job. were Sterling Furniture, flooring; John G. Anderson, lighting; Lovett's Nursery, shrubbery; William Guyon, tile; Morris Plate Glass, mirrors and windows; James F. Col lins company,' kitchen equipmen and booths; 'Klarln's, wallpaper Jersey Central Appliance company, refrigeration; Eldrldge A. Brower, architect; William S. Schucker, roofing; John Morrow, painting William Fluhr, oil burner; Monmouth Lumber company, matertala; William H. Heyer, mason contractor, and John J. Saranak, plumbing. In today's issue of The Register is an elaborate display advertisement announcing the opening. The inn hag been open for business the past two weeks, Mrs. John Muyekens Appointed Assistant Mrs. John Muyskens, widow of Rev. John Muyskens, who served as pastor of the Red Bank Presbyterian church from Apr., 1920, to Feb., 1927, has been appointed by the boards of the church to serve as an assistant to the minister, Rev. Charles S. Webster. Mra. Muyskens is well known and beloved in this community and will help the new minister in hia pastoral calling. She is experienced in this capacity, having served, the Grace Presbyterian church, Jenklntown, Pa, A committee is presently at work making a study of how to enlarge the Bed Bank church sanctuary and Is making Inquiries relating to a Christian Education building and fellowship hall. FlMtic Scn» Win Lumellte, the greatest step forward since screen wire was made. Will not stretch, run, tenr, all width* in stock, 12 cents a aquare foot, loft off In full rolls; also galvanised and copper wire. We have all the garden tools and sprlnic hardware. Free delivery. National «sv 10. Frown's. Advertisement. Register Editorial Read by Eggers Mayor Frank H. Eggers of Jersey City, left, looks on as Joseph P. Madden, president of Local 472, Heavy and General Construction Laborers of New Jersey, points to a reproduction of an editorial which appeared In the Feb. 24 issue of The Register. The photo was taken Friday night in Jersey City Gardens, site of the uaion's charity ball which attracted 6,500 persons, netting more than $22,000 to be divided equally between the Sister Kenny fund and the National Foundation For Infantile Paralysis. The ball was attended by 500 Monmouth countlans, four chartered buses being among a large convoy of vehicles which traveled to the huge Jersey City arena. The editorial, "Our Hat Is OtT to Laborers," commended th«local for making the Hist social event in its 15-year history a completely charitable one. May ems' June Brides! Wt print Wedding Invitation!, Announcements and Reception Cards ott Qunllty Llnweave Paper. Fox's Gift Shop, 41 Monmouth Street, Red Bank. Advertisement. Pswer Lawa Mewer*. (0-inch and up, by Moto-Mowerj also, Planet < Jr. gardin tractors, auuipsnent, supplies, and service. Order now. lonover Bros. Sale* and Service. Phone HoL»-tm. Wlekatunki Advertisement. Blueberry Nuts Four year* old, bearing an plants, tt-s feet Blfh.-U cents each, six for i.25. B. D. Wolcott's Sons, Eatonown. Phone , Advertisement,, Hybrid Seed Corn Jersey certified number and I). I. IS j also soy beans, sweet eorn and t complete Una of field and lawn mixture*. Conover Bros.. Wlckntunk. Phone Hoi. IM121. Advertisement. asxt Assrstotr. S BatSTavenu. 0, Cost*, IIS Bits»r*nue, Iras.' nek, Fkone Mill. "Any kind ol iimtiaa a»ywhere. M Advertisement. Camera Heipltal 48-hour service on nil lankcs, Kamcra Crafts, 61A River road, Pnlr Haven, [ hont R. B, 1419, Advertisement, Chryiler, Plymouth, International Hales Little Silver Couple Buys in Grange Square VanHorn Sells Custom Built House for Hembling Company Mr. and Mrs. Karl F. Lehnhardt of Little Silver, formerly of Upper Montclair, N. J., have purchased from plans and architect's drawings through the Ray Van Horn agency. Fair Haven, realtors, a jpactous Colonial home of classical square design. The dwelling is now being, built on the west side, of Hance rd., north of River rd. in the "Orange Square" section of Fair Haven. The D. C. Hembling Developing company of Red Bank, builders of the "Grange Square" homes, is constructing the residence for Mr. and Mm, Lehnhardt. The building, which should be completed within a few weeks, has six rooms, a tiled bath with extra tiled stall shower, tiled powder room, fireplace, automatic heat, porch and garage. The plot which is part of the former Fair Haven holdings of David A. Schulte is about two-thirds of an acre in size with 100 feet of road frontage and a- depth of 230 feet. Rumaon Veterans' Fair July 2-9 Rumson Veterans' organization will hold its annual fair' from July 2 to 9, inclusive, on the school grounds at River rd. and Blackpoint rd., in that borough. Francis J. Duffy is general chairman of the fair, assisted by Junior Bouk as treasurer. Rather than have one award, the Veterans will have nightly prizes of such items as television sets, refrigerators and radios. A refreshment booth will be operated by the ladles' auxiliary. Order Crack Down On Local Speeder* Police Chief Harry T. Van- Note, Si'., asked The Register to publicize the fact that his department is cracking down on speeders and careless drivers on the streets of Red Bank./ Chief VanNote was called before the mayor and council Monday night and instructed to take action to prevent accidents and possible injury. The chief announced that he was asking for the co-operation of the state police, Shrewsbury barracks, in patroling Newman Springs rd. Judging from complaints, the most speeding and careless driving occurs when men and women are going to and from wotk. The speed limit in town is 20 miles an hour. Tickets will be Issued, fines meted out nd the names of offenders published. Borough Sued In Larkin Death Compensation Court To Hear Case Action against the borough of Red Bank was. Died this week in New Jersey Compensation court by William Larkin through his attorney, Edward W. Wise, Jr., Red Bank. The suit Is based upon the death of Mr. Larkin's father, Henry Larkin, water department employee for Red Bank a number of years. Ho suffered a fractured skull Jan. 26, 1948, when he tripped and fell while at work at the water plant. Mr. Larkin was a patient atrlverview hospital until Feb. 18, He was re-admitted to the hospital May 23 and died the following day. Death was the result of a cerebral hemorrhage, which was attributed to the injury suffered in January. Wants 'Speed Demon 9 Situation Corrected as Safety Measure I Willi Wi h In a letter from William We inrich, Jr., 19 Alston ct., Red Bank, addressed to Mayor Charles R. English and members of the borough council, their attention is called to what the writer describes as the "speed demon" situation along River rd. during the morning rush hour. Council Monday night instructed Police Chief Harry T. VanNote, Sr., to run spot checks on Bpeeders every morning in various sections of town. A copy of the letter sent to The Red Bank Register for publication follows: In the interests of the safety of citizens and motorists llvinz in the River rd. area, I would like to call your attention to the 'speed demon" situation along; River rd. during; the morning; rush hour. It Is worth your life to drive into River rd. from any of the streets >ecauae each ot the speeders on River rd. is trying; to pass the fellow ahead of him. Some day this "rat race" to make the morning train will end in tragedy. Can't someone look into this serious situation before some of our good citizens are the innocent victims of these motor maniacs? It appears that these speeders have all overslept, or have paused for a second CUD of breakfast coffee. Then thev make a last-minute frantlo attempt to catch their train by pressing; their foot on the accelerator until it hits the floor board. Their tardiness in leaving their homes places scores of other persons in jeopardy every morning. I see it myself and so do other good citizens. We think it should be stopped at once in the name of common sense. As most of the drivers are still half asleep, they add up to a menace not easy to close your eyes to. They zlg;-zag to the wrong; aide of the street in a speedway attempt to get ahead, one after the other. These demon drivers perform on River rd. every morning. Come up and see them some morning. Paintlm's Fun Cook Dunn paints are the highest qunllty at tbe lowest Price, Call us up lor what you need. Do some painting* tonight. Huvc you tried the new Ketn- Olo, really a great paint. National 6 A 10. Frown's, Advertisement. Rose Bushee 69 cents for iull LTown lovely bushes,,onlon sets 19 cent* u pound, Yankee awn Hectl two pounds 89 cents, cow natiurc, lime, Vlgoro, Black Leaf 40, trowclc, 1IIV.II rakes and nil the rest, Cull ui up. Kreo delivery. National C ft 10. Prown's. Advertisement, Window Screens Screen wire of all kinds, window screens In nil jdscs, screen pnlntu, Aero- HO! bombh 08 cents, moth balls 10 cents, 'Wli NuilKcta 30 cents a pound, iinrdetl hone 25 feet, $2,50, bamboo rake* $t,go Kiirden tools of all kinds, National 5 4s 10, Prown's. Advertisement, Notice ' Kntortnln your friends or club with - nlnatlo pnrty, Exclusive lino, lovely prlies and fun for nil. Peg Cofcliln, 'hone Ent , tit, CSO. ungl-r'no mnkos Funni-fti), Athlete's out and ring worm, All, druuirlats.-'-ad- 'crtlsomonl). Boy* can make pockst mnntr b» fall* lu At Xutikwo-MuiUHauW Mother's Day Gilts,Prelto pressure cookers, O. E. Irons IT.95, blouse hungers 98 cents, Trig tea kettles. All the lovely Wenr Ever alum. Inum, Tyrcx ware, throw ruga In beautiful imtterns. Vcnctlnn blinds make a uwell present. All kinds of putted plants. Nntiomi! i a 10. Frown's. Advertisement, Notice. I will not be responsible for atty debts Incurred by my wife, Claire Raftcry Vim Sycklc Sinned, Hlchatd P, Van Sycklc, Central Rond, Monmouth Beach, New Jersey. ^-Advertisement. <«12 Rugs Armstrong nnd Conuolcum ruga, 9x12 ltd 111,98, floor covcrlnk -69 cents a squiire ynrd, fibre floor rugs (l)eltox) all tlten, hall runners, cocoa door mats «1,M), rubber tiro mats OH cents, National 5 ft 10. rruwn'i, Advertisement, Down Goee Tht Prices on dishes. Sci'vlco for clklit persons, pastel shades. Very sneclnl 110.8,1, Open Mock for tea rooms, htmi'dlng hnuftcr. Hlmnn'i Chlnn Market, Hlvnwiiy 3,1, Ac.bury P«rk. Advcrtisnmcnt, Chryilur, Plymouth, International Hn June Bazar Will Aid St. Anthony's Church Program Parish Societies To Sponsor Benefit Cur Main Prize St. Anthony's church will hold a bazaar, June 10 through the 18, in the vacant lot next to the Carlton theater on Monmouth st. Arrangements for the event were made ut a committee meeting Friday at the church. The main prize will be a 1949 Plymouth sedan, and the winner will be announced June 18. In addition to this there will be numerous attractive ground prises to be awarded each night, Enilllo Grilli and Thomas Bruni are chairmen ef ths benefit. Msgr. Salvatoro DILorengo will serve us treasurer; Miss Mildred Pace, (secretary. AH tho parish societies are participating. Frank Scaccia is chairman of th< car committee, assisted by Mr, Grilli, Mr. Bruno, William Gala tro, Dominick Mazza, Joseph Sha rabba, Carmine Porlno, Carmine Palbo and Miss Pace. The ladies' booth will be in charge of members of, the Blessed Virgin Maiy sodality, the Parent-Teacher association and St. Ann's society. John Gcnovesc, Frank Madurc, Frank Murascio, Augie Delia Vccchia, Joseph LoCiceib, Anthony Levl, Rose Lovi, Joseph Caruso, Frances Oalatro, Andrea DcLuca, Yolanda Ciambrone and Mrs. L. Ribustelli are in charge of the refreshment stand. Thomas Bruno in chairman of the grounds committee, assisted by officers of the participating societies, and Frank Barberlo, Joseph Talarico, Carmine Caruso and Joseph Donato. The Holy Name and St. Anthony's societies will be 'n charge of games. Navesink Firemen To Hold 60th Fair The Navesink village fire company will hold its 60th annual fall- Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Aug. 11, 12 and 13, The main feature of the fair will be the disposal of a Plymouth Special Deluxe sedan on the co-operative plan. Added attractions are being planned by the fair committee to commemorate the occasion. The Navesink company was one of the first Are companies in this section to use the Scot-Air Pak, a pure air mask, for fire fighting and rescue work. A piclure was taken of company members Sunday for publication by the Scot Aviation corporation. WOHDENS GET HONOR The Worden funeral home of 40 East Front st. has been reap-point- «d as the Red Bank member of the Order of the Golden Rule, an organization of funeral directors of the United States with headquarters at Springfield, 111. The local morticians have been a member of the Order for 19 years and were commended by the Order as having an "achievement upon which we sincerely congratulate this modern and progressive Red Bank organization." Third Concert Of Apollo Cluh At Ashury Park Allan Woollry To L*-a«l 60 Voices In Program Rumson Boro Notite The week of Muy U to Muy 11, will bo dcslgnutcd us Clcnn-Up Week in the IJoroliirh of Rumson, Horough trucks will pick up train dally. Albtrt A. Kct-r, Jr., Borough Clerk, Advertisement. Alk/om Only Cook It Uunit pulnts contnln Alkyum. The wonder pulnt of tho ukb. Wo cmry nil pnlnt supplies. Screen pnint lift contb n can. ltiuliator Kold, find sllvir jmint, stovo plpu ennmel 35 cents, ludilcm nnd nil nitint supplies. Nntlonnl ft 10, 1'rown's, Advertisement. Dishll, Dlshts and More Dlshss At close ullt' price", puntrl nhudca, 20- (ecu sttu-tcr net f~,ifh. i'lenty of opel itock, Simon's China Miirkel, lllkhwily IS, at Sunact avenue, Asbury Purk. kdvcrtlstment. Blu. Willow M.9S a Set New itmull Hlni'tcr nets of line Itliin 'llluw, New 'JO- ilcuo acts of Ciu'ouaellc loyal China 103, also 41 mul Sil-plcte rti. Oiirn aloi'l, run* nnd aituoera anil lhcr n«tides. National 3 ft IV. 1'cowtt'lt AivtUiamt The Apollo cluh of A-sbury Park will give it.s third concert of the season at the Berkelcy-Carterct note] May 12 at 8:30 p. m. The 60 singing members are conducted by Allan R. Woollcy of I^ong Branch and accompanied by Francis Kodama, concert pianist, of Shrewsbury. The club will present Paul King, outstanding baritone, guest soloist. Mr. King has been featured In many rmiio progrums and has appeared with various metropolitan opera and oratorio groups. He will be accompanied by David H. Williams. The IIrat part of Mr. King's program will be recitative and aria, "Eri tu che macchiavi" from Un liallo in Mnachera by Verdi. Tlie second part will include "There Is a Ladye" by Bury, "Clorinda" by Morgan, "I Heard a Forest Praying" by dedose and "A Little Song of Life," by Malotte. The club's selection will be presented in four groups. The first group will Include "Hey, Robin, Jolly Robin," an English aong by Geoffrey Shaw, followed by another English song, "The Waits," adapted to ' the tune "London Walts," written in 1C60. Completing the'group by contrast will be a fast moving, melodic American spiritual, "Dc Gospel Train," arranged by Noble Cain. A'group of songs possessing a Ilavor of the Near East will be presented next, starting with "Chorus of Camel Drivers" by Cesar Frank, an Armenian folksong, "The Well Boloved," arranged by Deems Taylor, concluding with the lusty "Sons of the Prophet Sons of the Bey," by Harvey Gaul. The third group will include "Goodnight, Goodnight, Beloved," by Pineutl, "Serenade" and "Who la Sylvia" by Schubert. The last group will be "Swedish Hiking Song," arranged by Lefevrc, "Slumber Song" and G. W. Chadwlck's beautiful "Lo,. Now Night's Shadows." Tho lyrics and music of the "Slumber Song" were composed by Allan Woollcy, conductor of tho Apollo club, and is being presented for the first time on'this program. There will bo dunclng in the Crystal ballroom following the concert, Parker Elected Rotary Club Head Howard Leon Chosen Vice President Benjamin A. Parker was elected president of the Red Bank Rotary club Monday night at a special meeting at the Y.M.C.A. Howard Leon was elected vice president. Edward Kelly and Paul Young were re-elected treasurer and sec rctary, respectively. Mr. Parkei wili succeed Victor Satter, Benjamin A. Parker Elected club directors for threeyear terms were William Sherwood, Leo Levin and Graham McGregor. At the club's luncheon meeting last Thursday at the Molly Pitcher hotel, Mr. Satter was appointed official delegate (o the International Rotary convention in New York ity. Elmer Hesse and Edward Kelly were appointed alternate delegates. Mr. Satter, Mr. Young and Mr. Hesse were named voting delegates to the 183d annual district Rotary inference being held today and tomorrow at Asbury Park, Gov. Alfred E, Drlscol] will speak at a luncheon there, tomorrow. Several club members are plan- Ing to attend the New York Ifankee-Cleveland Indian n i g n t josebull game May 17. Mr. Shervood is in charge of ticket ar- angements. No Apologies Necessary We don't huvc to suy ns good, bemuse we know these are the too icnides. 'olumblft Venetian blinds, Dul'ont wltiahudes, Wcitr Ever aluminum, Pyrox vcnwiire, Oiloni closets, Sllex coffee niikcrs, General Electric Appliances, oyal china, Armstrong ruus, Dettox iliru rukh, and dozens of other top lines, 'fo ilelivtry. Just call up. Nationnl 5 10, lvuwn's, Advertisement. Bank Stock W.nted Willing to purchase up to 1,000 bars* ot ant part of share* of tock of Second National Bank of Red lank, John Wermert. Telephone Atlaa* Highlands Advertisement, Lswn Mowt-rs Hciido.uiii'terit for power and hand lowera, I,ut-K<> srlcc?lon. Mcn-ltt Mnlilno Shop, -I Mechanic street, fled nnk, Advertisement, Chrysler, Plymouth, International Sales nd scrvlct. tliiucke SchwatU. f e j S, & «W?IT.»ivs*Uiso«j, Shore Democrats Ask for Members, Campaign Funds Adopt Resolution at Highlands Meeting; Candidates Speak The North Shore Democrats'* league of Monmouth county, meet* ing last Thursday night at the Biyi view tavern, Highlands, adopted resolution to seek new members and new capital to strengthen the Democratic party in this area. The resolution, prepared by Cyril A. Smack: of Sea Bright, stated: "Wherea3 we, the members at The North Shore Democratic league of Monmouth county. New Jersey, have formed this organization because we were moved, individually and collectively, to provide an Instrument so greatly needed by lov- DIS of clean, democratic government in our towns, our county, our state and our nation an Instrument through which they might find not only expression but, when necessary, demand that holders of public office carry out the clear will of a majority of our people; and "Whereas we believe that, as never before in history, the actual continuance of the whole human race soon will be contingent on general Improvement In government, and that Improvement In national governments only can be the outgrowth of benevolent, alert activity of people well-organized in local communities; therefore be it "Resolved that we earnestly and cordially invite and urge all good citizens of this area to join us and participate actively in the work ot our league; or, if, for any reason, you who read this do not thinic you should join us, we urge you at least to give thought to th* fact that those who constantly ar* seeking and getting selfish, personal' favors from government always are auro to pay well, in the form ot campaign contributions, for tn* favors they see, but clean, able, honest candidates must depend on your loyalty, in contributions and effort, to th» Ideals of clean democracy, and "Be it further resolved that w* again urge our good citizens either to join us or help us with such contributions as they can afford, know* lag our objective is to help mak«a true science ot democratic gov. ernment government that truly ths minds and heart* ot ' people." This resolution was accepted by John Petillo, league president; Ray* mond J. O'Neill, it* treasurer; Otttt VanHowe, its secretary, and won % unanimous affirmative vote by tb«more than 80 league members present at tho meeting. Congratulations were extended t*> tha Democrats of Atlantic High, lands for presenting a slate of write-in candidates at the April primary election. Jack Flemra, Democratic candidate for the Highlands bsrouglt - council, lashed out against the Republicans for seeking a change to> the commission form ot government just after the Democrats baaacquired control of the council. Ho pleaded for party unity now and in the fall election. After presenting a gavel to Mr. Petillo, the league's executive group announced plans were being mad* for the early election of new officers. The presentation was mad* by Mayors Joseph Dempsey and Thomas Farrell, respectively, ot Highlands and Sea Bright, both ot whom are vice presidents of th* league. Brief talks also were given by Theodore Lynch and William Mc- Gowan, Highlands council candl- ' dates; James Kinlan of the league'* Highlands committee, Sir. Petillo, David Wallace, candidate for tn*. 4 Middletown township committee, and others. The league will meet next month at Atlantic Highlands and will act upon a new set of by-laws and plan for Its election. 75th Annual Meeting Of VM.C.A. May 18 Close to 200 guests are expected to attend the 75th annual meeting of the Community Y.M.C.A. to b* held Wednesday, May 18, at the Y" headquarters, 40 Riverside ave. The meeting is scheduled to begin at 6:45 p. m., with a dinner served in the gymnasium. Members, contributors, campaign workers, mem* bers of official boards and committees are invited. The committee has been fortune ate in securing as the main speaker Lyman Hoover, who returned recently from China, where he) served many years as associate general secretary ot the Y.M.C.A, Bfr> ports of the year's "Y" activities will also be heard, ' ' Window Shade* H Cent* Complete with roller In > Ana Hoi. Innd cloth, 32 or 36 Inches wide. White, jcru or s'een. Slightly Irregular, but alt saleable. Wonderful material that yrna will recognize as soon as you see them. We mako any kind of a window shade. National 5 ft,{), Frown'*. Advertisement. Bank Stocks OfferiM* Waatest Second National Bank * Trust Com. >any, i>nd Merchants Trust Company, Ked Bank, common stock. Phone or writ* for prices to First New Jersey Securities Co., Inc., 803 Mattlson svenue, Aibur* Fark, or phone A. P. J.2l:t. Advertisement, Electrical A**llancte and equipment Water heatcre, auto* matlo blankets, ranges, refrigerator*, freezers, pumps, motors, etc, by 0, B» Hotpolnt, Fairbanks-Moris, and Mice*. What ar* your requirements 7 Cooovsr Bros. Sales and S«e»lci. Phone BoU , Wlckutunk. Advertisement. Wsddlni Gift* The bride itrofors Rondcsvous Gin) mi selections, G2s Banna avanue, As*k niry l'nrk. Advertisement. Accumtinf and lac*ms Tsui / Earl S. Hltttnhouis, accounting,!* oms tax consultant. 270 Liberty stnrt. on ( Branch. Phone L. B. MllW t i t

2 jcouple Observe ^Silver Mr. and Mr*. Wymba I Entertain Friends '- Mr. and Mrs. Roger Wymbs ef Statesir pi.,.riverside HeigM*, observed their 29th wedding annlverslary Saturday at an informal open- Jhouee party. More than 100 friends land neighbors attended. The cou- 3)le received many iilver gifts and ^bouquets of flowers. J Mr. and Mrs. Wymbi were married at the home of Mr*. Wymbs' parents, the late Mr. and Mr«. John B. Stillwagon of Everett, Mrs. jwymbs being the former Rachel Stillwagon. The ceremony was performed by Mr. Wymbt' uncle, ^Rev. Dr. VanNostrand of Albany, :N. X. Mr.' Wymba ia a»on of William Wymbt, and th«lat* Mr>. y T Tha maid of honor at the wed- Ming was Mrs. Olive Underhill. ;Mri. Underhill, who Ij now living ;«t Hightslown, was one of the CCueils at the Saturday party. ; Mr*. Wymbs wore a dark blue jcrepe gown with a corsage of jorchids, Kefreehments were ter\'ed from a table decorated with a large 'wedding cake, and silver candles «nd flowers. Spring flowers formed the other decoration* in the houso, ^combined with clusters of wedding tails. t Mr. and Mrs. Wymbs have a son, rwilllam Wymbs. I Party guest* signed their names '.in the original guest book used at :Mr. and Mrs. Wymbs' wedding 35 ;years ago. Attending were Mr, and -Mrs. Frederick Sauer, Air. and Mis. Howard Cole, Mr, and Mrs. A. U Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Runyon, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Newlanda, Air. and Mrs. Joseph S. Vallcau, Dr. and Mrs. George Wagner, Mr. and Mr*. Elwood Searl*. Mr. and Mrs. James H. Goodspeed, Mr. and Mrs. H. Conant Speer, Mr. and Mrs. : Joseph S. Kelly, Mr. and Mrs, Chrln : Jaeger, Mr. and Mrs, Ralph Teed, ilr. and Mrs. Robert Runyon, Mr. and Mr s. Joseph M. Staplsi. - Mr. and Mrs. Irving Wells, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Frick, Mr. and Mrs, ifoorgt A. Qulmby, Mr. and Mrs. : Arthur Lee, Mr. and Mrs. 0. P. Cottrell, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Ifrikt, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Teed, :.Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rowel!, Mr.,'fend Mtt. Cecil Sherman, Mr. and IMre. Patrick Baily, Misses Nancy IJScott, Beverly Franklin. Peggy liwymbs and Wilbur Huyler, ;; :: STUDIO FABTY Th«naff of the Arthur Murray ; «tudio of Broad st. will hold a rt- ;<e«ption Saturday, May 21, at the ; ptudlo (or all PUfiila who have tak- ; «n dancing lessons there during the ;j«st year. Anita Currle and Phil jjrommano of the atudlo stiff will jjde exhibition dances and former ;jui4 present pupil* will aviso enter* Ui Public Health Niine To Addreni Club Miss Martha Hanson, executive director of the Red Bnnk Public Health NurslnfT association, will speak at the Friday. May 20, meeting of the Red Bank Woman's club. Her topic will be "A Day Jn the Life of a Public Health Nurse." The musical program will consist of solos hy Vonetla Crawford. Hostesses will be Mrs. Vernon W. A Gift Sure To Please Every Mother How gracefully a Mary Barron slipfits how comfortable to wear and how well it behaves with full freedom in action or repose! The dressmaker created "biastrait" design ia wholly responsible-not inserti nor gadgets. Notide or front leamsl WONT TWIST ]p«wontudg AT HIM... It \ Uf... WON'T TUO AT JTSAfS..», A dainty tailored slip in Buf Mil* crrpe with scalloped and embroidered top. Shell pink with blue embroidery, and white willi white. Siid.12 to 44, 3V/i to WA Buy Mary Barron slips Py in the tame t'ut as.rebuilt y O i lr br»niere. HI HED BAXK REGISTER, MAY 5, 1949 Rose, Mrs. Leslie D. Secly, Mrs. Lawrence Schilling and Mrs. George S. Young. Several club member*) will attend the annual convention of the New Jersey State Federation of Women's dub?, starting May 10, at Atlantic City. Annual Art Show ia director. Combined with this event will be the high achool band's spring concert. Middlctown township high «choc! The blue rorqual whale i* prob will hold lti annual art exhibit Fri- ably y the largeat animal that ever lived, with whalers reporting specigrade school, MUs Emma Hefting snukt n WCH LIGGETT'S for HWM. " Aid* Both Color and Outre 1 mm lr«k cslerj Mltly WaMifktt Mr. BOXED STATIOHEtY WondtrM nto^mm of conventional & novelty stylotf Slock up now 1 ton* tuna Children Love to V utnnni THE ETHEL MOUNT MOZAR SCHOOL OF DANCING 11T fraaurt AT*. H W B. B. MM* Boa BMsk, New Jenef Clawca in all tjpes of dancing for Childreo and Adult* MILK CHOCOUTES A vanoiy of coition,richlycoatto*. OvorlOp«Hloplocoil POVNO 90X WTCH SPttlAU Junior Aasemblj Ballroom for Teen-agers. KUNZO Trlph Cut WHY fltxikt Special Ingredients in AYIRf t, CMANflltt CIIAM Strife fl Me* GOLD HUSK * i J.HE growing process in your children goes on every single second! But only care... «nd constant care... during these formative years determines whether they'll grow straight and strong and healthy. STRIDE RITE shoes encourage normal foot health by tested lasts, gentle support, flexible leathers and ample "growing room". They fit correctly and look as well «s they wear. Bring in your children now to be measured for STRIDE RITES... then come in frequently to have their shoe sizes checked. It makes the difference between "just growing" and growing better! THE TRIDERITI SHOE PRICED FROM $4.95 TO «7.95 ACCORDING TO SIZE S. MIL SHOE CO. 18 BROAD STREET RED BANK Botkw-Grmmi Stainlm Sttel 60 ALKA SELTZER 49* "Handy Pakt KIENZO Forged Steel UTILITY SCISSORS TUMIURS 8-CVP aluminum COfFII MAKER \ 6 FtfVMl QvwHy a 75«DOAN'S PILLS 43* POCKIT KNIFE 100 ASPIRIN TABLETS 9» Pint Rubbing Alcohol 9> IsopropTl. 2 oz. Zinc Oxide Pint 19 Pint Ml 31 Solution 4» 4 oz. Rhubarb & Soda LUX SOAP 2 for 15 G 50c Large Size Hand Lotion 13' 3 IJ». Flash Hand Soap Paptr Towolt ' 49c Tube bittrt Cmm COINIR IROAP 4 M0NM0UTH $TS. 1ID IANK

3 DOBEMUS, McCUB * BVSSEIX COUNSELLOR* AT LAW WUtfi.M BviltiBf, Red Btsb John J. Qulnn Themai P. Doramut Vincent I. BlcCu. ErMM fkuit William L. Bwull, Jr. FAB8ONS, O CAKZOBM COMBS COUNSELLORS AT LAW WaJlu. St. * * Bank Ikeodon 1). Parsom Edmund J. Ctntona Theodor. i. Labrtcque Eliton r. Corns* Thomas J. Suit* Kok.rt H. Msld* William R. Blair. Jr. Akrabui J. Zagir WILLIAM E. BEATY ATTORNEY At LAW Income Ttt Cotuurtaat M Eatt fraal St, *U Baak «-4J7» MILTON KOSENE ATTOBNEY AT LAW 10T MONMOUTH ST. RED BANK S-OJ7S CRUEL, BURNING ITCH Htw RriM You titvcr tried anything so won* derful Cor it «lecially effectivt CERAMEL E*- - for helping heal Eczema, ulcerated Surei, Wounds, Burns, infant fictemp mid Psoria«i». Souths, comfort* intennt itching In seconds 1 Try a jar of CERA MEL on our gu a [an tee. Money back U it domn't do wonder* for roiij KATSINS PHARMACY»» SHREWSBURY AVE, RED BANK PARKE DRUG CO. II BROAD ST, RED BANK SHIRTS Beautifully Finished By Our New "Formatic" Pressing Method *24-Hour Service on Shirts Is Now Possible LEON'S At Plant Only- Slight Extra Charfe. MS WHITE STREET Red Bank Cov. Driscoll's Mother Writes For The Register Sends Article to Mrs. HRutman on Religion in the Home A short tim* ago the Red Bark Council of Church Women appealed to Mrs. Mattia Eutlack Driscoll of Haddonfield, mother of Gov. Alfred E. Driscoll, for an article to be releaaed in the column! of The Red Bank Register regarding "Religion in the Home." MM. Driscoll, a former president of the New Jersey Council of Church Women on "Religion in the Home," has sent to Uri. Samuel Hausman the following article for local release: Though living in a changing world, one must realize the principles of right,living are the ss»e today as they were yesterday. A few years ago a' poster that had won first price in a nigh school state art contest was aent to me. It portrayed an open Bible and beneath it the words: "With the Bible aa the Foundation of the Home, Wisdom, Love and Obedience will follow." If we remember not only the Biblical injunction, "Children, obey your parents,' 1 but parents; "Provoke not your child to wrath." With religion as the true foundation of the home, we believe character building in the home is the greatest need as well aa the most priceless possession we can give to the world of today and tomorrow. To quote the word* of John Dewey: "What the wisest arid best parent wants for his own child, that must the community want for all ita children." America and American homes will be safe In the hands of the coming generation of strong, high minded men and women, if those who are responsible for their guld ance, the church, the parents in the home, the teachers in the schools, quietly, intelligently and gladly give unsparingly of their time and thought to the development of America'* greatest asset our young people. * Elks Planning A Monster Fair Beginning July IS and continuing through July 38, the Red Bank lodge of Elks will conduct a monster fair on ita grounds here. Every effort is to be made to provide entertainment of the type that made the Red Bank Elks' /sir of some years ago the most attrtc' tive in this vicinity, providing en< joyment and pleasure to all who attend. The object of the undertaking this year Is to further substantially increase the building fund of the lodge for Its new home to be built on its recently acquired property on West Front St., mar Broad at, overlooking the Shrewsbury' river. High-lighting the occasion of this year's fair will be the disposal on the final evening of a 1M» Super Eight Buick sedan, fully equipped, The fair committee, which com' prises the officers of the lodge, has started in this early to assure the friends 'of the Red Bank lodge of Elks of a gala week at this nual affair. Cop Reinstated At Union Beach Charge Against Capt. Tighe Dropped Capt. William Tighe, head of the Union Beach police department, who had been under suspension two weeks pending.the outcome of a disorderly charge, was reinstated Sunday by the borough's police committee after Magistrate Seymour Klelnbetg permitted the complaint to be withdrawn at a hearing Saturday. Immediately after the caie was adjourned the police committee voted to reinstate Capt. Tig-he. The request to withdraw the complaint was made by Edward Carry, Jr., counsel for Joseph Nappi, the complainant. The charge arose from an incident Apr. 14 in front of a tavern when the police officer allegedly struck Nappi. A charge of assault and battery was originally made by Nappi, but he later dropped the charge and changed the complaint to disorderly conduct. In making the.request io withdraw the charge, Mr. Farry cited Capt. Tithe's excellent 24-year police record and felt that withdrawal would be in the best Interests of all concerned. He said that somithing other than prosecution should be the result since it waa one of those matters when tempers Bared and it waa actually much ado about nothing." At the original hearing two weeks ag > Capt. Tighe pleaded guilty to the charge of disorderly conduct, but Magistrate Kleinbers; postponed the case one week until he could hear testimony of several RED BANK REGIBTEBLMAY 5, 1949 witnesses to guide him in sentencing the defendant. The case was held over until Apr. 28, at which time Ezra W. Karkus, Capt. Tighe's attorney, asked for a week's postponement on the grounds that he had just been retained by the officer and that he did not have enough time to study the case. He also asked that the guilty plea be retracted and that a plea of not guilty be made. Mr. Kleinberg heard the case in place of Union Beach Magistrate Charles LJndsley, who disqualified himself because of his personal and business contacts with Capt. Tithe. Agreeing with Mr. Ferry's contention thst this was a matter in which tempers flared, Magistrate Kleinberg said that in such situations "people do things they would not do under ordinary circumstances.' 1 Addressing the police captain Magistrate Kleinberg said: "a police officer who seeks that type of recreation should seek it in moderation, and that any officer of Union Beach or any other place, if he wants a drink, would be better off staying out of taverns in his horns town." Junior College To Preaent Comedy 'The Man Who Came to "Dinner," suceasful Broadway show and movie comedy, will be presented by the Monmouth Players of Monmouth junior college Friday, May 13, in the college auditorium. Bliaa P. Theros is the college director of dramatics. Curtain time for the play, written by Mosa Hart and George 8- Kaufman, is 8:15 p. rn. Hammond's Tree & Lawn Service 116 LINDEN AVE. HIGHLANDS, N. j. PHONE HIGHLANDS CompItU Landseaaint and Traa Sarvics. ComplsU Stock of Shads Treat. Ornamental - vararoon Shrubs - Hosts - Fruit Trots. Power Spraying and Feeding. Estates and Lawns Cared for by the Month. Estimates Cheerfully Furnished. Do You Wank... TO INCREASE YOUR EARNINGS IN YOUR SPARE TIME If so, plesee read further... You msy be in the Real Estate sad Insurance business Perhspt, - you are a lewyerj you may have e full time job but you de have tome spare time. We are looking for additional reprewnutives te tall shares in seversl of the greet Investment Cotnpenies el our country. Your friends and clients by purchasing these shares would be acquiring a eteke and a diversibsd inters*! in an important pert of this country's Induitrisl and CoauMtdsl strength. These slurs* may be purchased far cash er through a periodic payment plsa. KINDLT CONTACT MB. Fn DLIR H. M. Bylletby and Company HiwNnMI 111 Broadway, Now York 6, N. Y. CWCAOO MnmawoLS) PMBUMLMM firrssuaoa THERE'S ALWAYS! TIME BAN Banking is done at your conve* nience when you bank by mail. Use our bank-by-mail service. I Ml MHI I' M M, THr*«SECOND NATIONAL BONK citrustcq. \tw Je/fif r SAME E VEJVT, Come, Folks, and help us celebrate our sixty-three years of service to the Men Folk of Red Bank and vicinity. Contrary to the usual custom, we intend to present gifts (instead of receiving them), in the form of substantial savings on your purchases of Summer needs. Let us tell you about a few of them. MEN'S Year-Round Weight SUITS and TOPCOATS 33" Former ' - $45 to $50 Vcluet 38" Former $50 to $55 Values Former $55 to $60 Value* Former $60 to $65 Values Former $65 lo $75 Values REPEAT SALE On Celanese Rayon Jersey SHERMAN'S 45 Broad St. ' Red Bank Everyone is talking about these slips. Bun-resistant ravon jersev, tailored four gore cut Will not ride up^bo: easy to launder. White, black and flesh col* or. Sizes 32 to 44. Also a very attractive lace trimmed style. Sizes 32 to 40. White, black and flesh color. Buy several for Mother -aud try one yourself. AH "Mother's Bay Giftt Bow and G»/t Wrapped Free! VANITY FAIR MUNSINOWEAft MAIDEN l'krma-lift FLEXUES TOMMIES Men's All Wool Gabardine SLACKS Regular Price Four outstanding items that command your special attention Men's Corduroy SPORT COATS Regular Price 32.SO M.S5 lmen ' 8 R "yo«0/1.75 " VW I TROPICAL SUITS IIX Regular Price sfa 34" All Wool Gabardine SUITS V'-M Values Lotcvxt Price Sold Summer Weight SLACKS ««*«'« Special Lot SPORT COATS '' > ««> v.i.« IN OUR FURNISHINGS MEN'S HOSE Values to 75c MEN'S PAJAMAS To 4.95 Values GAUCHO SHIRTS Reg Values BASQUE SHIRTS Values to 2.50 WOOL SWEATERS Values to 5.95 ZELAN JACKETS Reg. 11,95 Values WHITE SHIRTS Reg Values SHIRTS. SHORTS Values to , * Store Hours: 9 to 6 Daily Friday till 9 P. M. DEPARTMENT Seersucker ROBES 8.95 Values 495 Handkerchiefs # for 1 Reg. 29c Values Q I Washable Gabardine SHIRTS 5.95 Values 3.89 Short Sleeve SPORT 1 AA SHIRTS 3.95 Values 0 7T NECKWEAR 1.50 and 2M Values SPUN NYLON SOX Rcff Leisure Jacket! I? A,*y Value «a?s>t# BRACES BELTS Your Choice 99* IN OUR FANCY HOSIERY Values to 65c POLO SHIRTS 1.65 Quality KMT BRIEFS 6'Jc Values DUNGAREES 2.50 Value SPORT SHIRTS Reg Value. WASH SHORTS Reg. 2.V5 Value PAJAMAS Values to tlj/o SPRING SLACKS To S.95-Values J.Kridel RED BXNK, N. J. BOYS' 2? SY 167 L , DEPARTMENT SPORT COATS To J'J.'JJ Values FANCY SUITS Ynlurtf to U.\>5 WASH SLACKS To o.uo Vulueis RAINCOATS Toli.'J5Vutues ETON SUITS Rey. 10,'Jo Values RODEO HATS Hey. l.'jo RODEO BELTS LOD (,hmliiy RODEO PANTS 'l.'jo Values Why not open an EXTENDED Charge* Account? " 399

4 Page Four RED B'AXK BEGIBTEfi, MAT. 5, Conveuiitnct U the Keynote of LEON* CtrtlfUd Storage 8«rvlc«Convenient Location (right In the heart of Red Bank) Convenient Service (Bunded messengers for pickup and delivery) Convenient B i l l i n g (no charges made till your garments are delivered in the tall. Call R. «-2M0 LEON'S Since 1S1! White St., Ked Bank REHEIHEIH Tour Beating Cwta Latt Winter Your FuiTwill Cot* Mora Thla Winter Rock Wool Inflation Will Cut Your f utl Cod at Lutt tk%... CALL OLSON INSULATION" Atlantic. Hlghlaaw* 1<MM Flnt aad GartoM Ant, Atlantic Wghlaade Jones Kelly Nuptials Auxiliwy Hold*»p«eial awards w«r«given t* Mrs. NichaUa O. Lauab *a«mrs. David BridgcLuncbeon Mattkawa. Tna auxiliary will smst Monday Fair Hav«n auxiliary of!uv«rvitw hospital htld a bridf*-lunehtivitlss far tbt Mf country auction at tha fmrlsh houa* to arranrs accon Thursday at tha Episcopal for. the bsimtt of the hoalptal pariah hoiua, rair Hav«n- Boctt building fuaa May SI a»«*2 at of panjy plants wtre table pile**. tha Tharaa MeCaaipbtll /arm, HastesMa were Mrs. J. P. Uulvihlll, Mrs. Leon VanBrunt, lira. Holmdsl. 8. J. KMtlcr, Mn. David Matthews, Mrs. O. Thtodor* Bngbarf and Miss Elixabath gcowcraft- Larfa alaawbu of >*rn«r. HamMie and Afftk blood are found la many African Nsfro tribsi. irscolorest XoHiing gives vour lionie thai "new look" like fresh, clean, color-bright wall paper. For a little money you can have this added pleasure. Let us show yon our lino selection and help you make a choice. It's so easy to do the work yourself! SOLE DISTRIBUTORS FOR ASAM BROS. DECORATIVE WALLPAPERS AND OTHER COME IN TODity j COLOREST CO. FORMKBLY COLOKITE CO. "JUST A SHADE DIFFERENT" 13 BROAD STREET- RED BANK Free Delivery, Service Telephone Red Bank Mr. and Mrs, James. E. Kelly Mi«i Rose Mniio Jones of At-bouquetlantic Highlands became the bride colored African daisies. and headpieces of rust- of James E. Kelly of New York Joseph Kelly, the bridegroom'* city Apr. 23, at a nuptial mass ;it brother, wa«best man, and the St. Agnes church, Atlantic Highlands. The ceremony was per- brother, and Joseph Caruso, ushers were John Kelly, another the formed by Rev. John P. McKcon. Miss Joan Coughlin was organist and Michael Bergin soloist. The bride's gown was Chantilly lace over white satin. Lilies of the valley were used in the crown holding her finger-tip veil and also In the spray bridal bouquet of Eucharist lilies. Miss Gloria Jones, Hits bride's sister and maul of honor, wore green taffeta and carried yellow African daisies, which wure also used in her headpiece. The bridesmaids, Misses Helen Cinuso, the bride's aunt, and Helen Mount, wore yellow taffeta, with shower University Women Hold Card Party - More than $250 wus cleared for the fellowship fund of the Monmouth county branch, American Association of University Women, at a dessert-bridge held Thursday at the Cloisters at St. George's Episcopal church, Kumson. Part of this money will be used for a scholarship fund for a young woman attending Monmouth Junior col lege.. In charge.of the event was Mrs. Henry Gcrmond, 3d., aided by members of the Red Bank-Keypoit regional group of A.A.U.W. On th» committee were Mrs. Emilio Fanjul, Mrs. Charles Edelmann, Mis. John VanderVoort, Mrs. Gordon Pagdln, Mrs. Walter Ingram, Mrs. Raymond Swift, Mi's. George Dawson, Mrs. A. Jackson L.indsley, Mrs. -John Spurdle, Mrs. H. W. Doebler, Mrs. Charles Schmidt, Mrs, Kenneth Almy, Mrs. Normal-. H. Thetford, Mrs. John Liddell and Mrs. J. Edwaul Cook.. MARRIED IN ENGLAND Mr. and Mrs. Victor Youncofskl, Maple pi., Keyport, have announced the marriage of their son, James Anthony Youncofski, seaman, V. S. Navy, to Miss Eileen Gunncll, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, David Gunell of High Barnet Herts, England. The wedding took place Apr. 8, after which the couple went to Scotland for a wedding trip. Seaman Youncofski is stationed at Hendon field, London, lor two years. bride's uncle, Clarence Jones gave his daughter in marriage. The bride's mother, Mrs. Mary L. Jones, chose a dress of hyacinth with gray accessories. She had a corsage of orchids. Following the ceremony a reception for the immediate family was held at Wlllowbrook, Fair Haven. The couple are on a wedding trip to Florida. DESSERT DELI6NTI SPICE CARE CHIFFON Mmtt4r...Litbt*...Rkhtr! 2 cups silted Ootd Medal Hour lu'cupt sugar 1 Ups. Davis Double-Actinf BtktnfFowdtr 1 Up. Hit I tap.ctnnaaoa V-. Up. nutmai '.iup.alliples Vi Up. cloves (sdiil)ousueh M Wesson OU jrolkidnedlum-susd) ; cup cold water 1 cupmf vhiu* (Tori) Htsa.eretm ofurtar Sift togetlwrflour,sutar,takingpowder, salt and splcei.amporunt-don't risk fallur« sura to us* Davis Co«b(«-i»cfhifl Baking Fi a well and add iawder salsd oil. tu yolks, and water. Beat with spoon until smooth. Place egg whites and ersam of tartar in large mixing bowl. Whip until whites form extra stiff peaks. Beat stlffer than for angel food or meringue. Do not underuatl Four erg yolk mixture over egg whites, gently folding with rubber sersper until blended. Do net Mr. Pour into» IT NIVIt UTS YOU DOWN..; erased M'iMh tabt pea, 4 inches deep, immediately. Bake in slow madcrate oven ( ) for M minutes, then increase tt moderate (tw) (or M to II mkwtos, or untutop (prlap keck lightly Uuchad. Turn pea up-» down, placing tube part over neck funnel or kettle; let hang, free of tuke with apatuta; turn pan over and hit edge aharpty an tabtetoloosen. no* with a ( Ma; nut icing. WhtMvtr you bakt, be sure to we Davis DMaMeVAetmf staking Powder...end yaul And your taking is uniformly successful Qet a can of Davis k a P t d! Wei MMyt M>y emfv) ftlt ItvHw. ' ' 'A r### UGIYMT! Up toi Pounds ptrwuk EATING CONDENSED FOOD TABLETS You... in our bftttr tiled?on of trench in fqihion. A few from our that fashion need not cottons a e s reflect tho smartest collectfon are further proof mean high price*. For now, Meet narvatim, lumrfil dnfi,. natives, weiie tr Muafi Yen, th. Kyron Plan, the new food U bl.t way\o"***> way\o"**> *"** ** you ou It* I* up to t 7 Iba. first 7 dsya^or dsyaor you pay «olwnf.««olwnf«y"""*"** weiihtis eiihtis caused caused by by ov»re«tinl ov»r-e«tinl (ami (ami not not glandular), g the Kyron M d t t 3 /o) To hdp eppsssi^"j^is PUn is smgaod tosct w.y/o) To hdp to cut down your appetite automatically, y;c8> «^ pa.kaie «fttf man y foodi 3 oftenfabaly ^ labeled to ordinary diet* as "fatunin." Endorsement by your physician recommndtd. for summer, for economy's anywhtr* you wear investment* sako-try thete onl Charming them and an all-summer "i Wf T M nuns in / WK«" n>., Mn. Jfurtr.Vn WMir 3332 IVml Potomac Awnut, CftfCkja "Kyrnn nmilia hava baam ebsolutaljr - tonishinf. 1 am 27 year; old, anil hav«a 7.yf»r-olrlilBU«lil«r. Who lalarled ua- 1 In«Kyron, 1 wiil.htd 15.1 pouniia, and fait nwfullyeldandlat-ilown. latwafki.i k loul 3. r. pnunda. I uacri ta faal llu lih aa4 I ilwayn lirml. Now 1 faal an much ynuaiar ail iay«f. 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6 Six BED BANK REGISTER, MAY 5, 1949 RED BANK REGISTER N J N. J. tils n«*w*p»r ua» no rmmultllltlm tat Stausitnt* «f opinions In Iclttrt tttm lu rndtn. -j«frlwt in Aftann. On* t r».* : si: 11.00) tkim atntht, 11.10; «!nfl«copy, 7 etiim. Wttklf, snum* it 6.cond-Clt lutttr it th«pott «t **t ihk, N. J. uattr tb> An of Mirch , THURSDAY, HAY S, l»i» Support Riverview Hospital It it a pretty inre thing that rork o\ the new Biter-view hospital will be t t 8 Pk the new B p in However, Janioi* 8. Parkes, chair man of the hospital's board of trustee*, hai aaked that no one relax in the effort to pro dace Q in contributions to do tbii important job. A new Riverriew ig a must for Red Bank Our population, and also that of our neigh boring communities, ha«grown steadily in recent yeans. When ilium strikes, then mutt be care to enve lives. Anything bu the best is not good enough. With the money each of us may g to the new hospital may comu the full be lief that if we, our families or neighbors, need institutional tare, it will be provided Riverview needs money, a lot of it, ant now. Who can afford not to give to such in important cause? The present Rircrview is almost con stantly overcrowded. Your dollars and ours will give this borough and the sur rounding communities the hospital needs. Give generously today! Speeder* Beware Following several complaints the Red Bank mayor and council Monday night <lc cided to crack down on speeders and careless drivers to avoid accidents and possible serious injury. Chief of Police Harry T, YaoXote, 8r. r was culled before the council and was instructed to emulate the mythical Clancy and "Lower the Boom." The majority of complaint! concerned East and West Front sts., Branch ave., Ma pie,are. and Newman Springs rd. The times of moit flagrant violations are between 7 and 9 in the morning and between 4 and 6 in the evenings. The speed limit on the streets men tioned is 20 miles an hour. Very few if any motorists observe tbe limit unless there is something wrong with the car they are driv ing. The council and police realite thi and the fact that traffic has to be kept on the more. Hence, they do not expect inira dec. However, Chief VanNote told The Reg. liter that no mercy would be shown those offender* traveling at excessive rate* of speed, frequent offenders, persons who cut in and out of traffic lines and drivers who practiced other popular forms of careless driving. He also warned that tickets would stand when issued and violators should save their money and excuses for. the magistrate. He also warned that the names of those ar rested would be published in the newspa pen. In all likelihood tbe State Police will co-operate with Red Bank police in making Newman Springs rd. a safer thoroughfare, Fellow speeders, this is it; you are now on your own. Happy motoring. Rural Zoning Headache An interesting view in planning rural residential zoning lias been advanced by Shrewsbury Township Committeeman Gerald F. Naglc. He believes that unless substantial business could foe made available to help carry the load, new residential con struction should be restricted largely to the else house that can be taxed to pay its share in the full cost of local government. Whatever one thinks of Mr. Kagle's view, it is being advocated in other places. Tbe New York Times issue of May 1 quotes Lee Thompson Smith, chairman of the executive committee of the Home Title Guaranty company, as follows: "A 'virtual stampede' has materialized among incorporated communities to stiffen their zoning and building regulations in or-, der to keep the 'economy houses' out. * * * Home owners argue that expensive projects of low-priced homes will have a tendency to detract from existing property values. "They say that large developments of small dwellings will demand expansion of civic facilities, such as fire and police protectlon, far in excess of tax revenue that such properties can return. Therefore, they feel that any burden of increased taxes will fall on the owner* of tbe older, larger homes." Anticipating no rapid increase in business growth in Shrewsbury township, Mr. Nagle feels if too many very small nouses were built, the result would be to increase beyond security the burden upon the larger residential taxpayers. The average new house becomes occupied by an "average American family." That family usually has one of more children to be educated. If the family owns «sewed ray Ion*. So it costs the local gov eminent more to give this family essential services aud education than it gets back from it in taxes. Tbe increase in the cost of public edu cation and other community services has brought this problem to the front in almost every community, It'* the >GJ question. No one tan build. successfully above the height of his purse. Oue answer might be to write into zoning laws authority for a builder to erect a part of his bouse, more in and keep on building until, within a reasonable time limit, the finished product meets the standard zoning requirement. Another might be for officials to grant vari ances in zoning in individual "hardship'' cases warranting KUCII* action. Certainly the low-income wage earner deserves con ftideratiou, but care must also be taken to avoid wrecking a sound economic structure. Zoning in a mean job. It always works hardships upon aoj»e people. Its main purpose i«to preserve the land for its best development, to protect public interest, to f a pattern for a progressive future and to meet regional requirements. It is, in many instances, a "be darned if you do, and be darned if you don't" proposition. It's most ever; municipality's No. 1 headache. WKCTCH YOUR TOES f EVENTS OF YEARS AQO\ FROM REGISTER FILES Man and His Dog Man's best friend, they say, is bis dog, Yet, every man's dog isn't every other man's best friend. The dog can become a real nuisance, but when he does so, more often than not it is his owner who is to blame. It's a. bit of a shame that those of tin who own pets aren't just a little bit more ardent in the way we train and take care of them. It's a sorry thing that some of us aren't just a little more considerate of other people, too. Here, now, we note that Fair Haven's mayor and council have adopted an ordinance designed to force the owner, who wants to keep hie dog, to make the animal behave. It's not only in Fair Haven where there has been trouble. Dog packs caused worry and damage in parts of Shrewsbury township, Eatontown, Middletown township and other sections of the county. If these dogs had been given tbe proper trailing and care, if they had been fed adequately, such raids on fowl and other domestic stock would uo doubt be eliminated, or at least reduced considerably. Dogs are driven to kill by hunger, which condition can be traced to neglect by a human being. Dogs have a way of being affectionate and loyal that many humans lack. They demand little from life, in return for their show of favor. But what they do need 'ood, kindness and welcome they must have or they will stray. It is when they stray that they turn to violence or are otherwise annoying. Of course, there are exception!. Some dogs ate really vicious. Owners of such animals have the public obligation to get id of them, and quick. But, siding again with the pups, we believe most dogs can be aught, like children, to obey and to follow he rules of good conduct. It may take the wner just a little more time than lie bought it would to instill good behavior in an animal, but to be deserving of the great ore a dog offers his master, that effort is rorth his time. No community likes to act against a lumb animal. It is up to the owner of an ninial to see that it is not so dumb. ut% null mm be u You, and Your Neighbor Spring, with its dogwood, tulips and lacs is upon us once aguin, and it comes dth great welcome. The birds are singing here ig always a generous ray of sunshine jehind the tliunderhead clouds. Green hings are growing from the still earth. he American is at peace. His home is is castle. This is the time for us all to plan how o make our homes more comfortable, where o go on vacation, what we can do to enrich ur future. This is the time to look at a hie sky, listen to the singing birds, pause, or a moment, and consider what our purx»e in life may be. Yesterday is past. Tomorrow is the day after this. We might take time to think of our leighbor. He is just over on the other side f the fence. We see him now, perhaps, or the first long time since fall. He and e have been pretty much to ourselves, nside, of course, during the winter. There is something pretty special bout our 'American neighbor. That man ho lives next door, like ourselves, shares he rights of freedom in a free America. He a friend aud not, OH he might be in many other countries in today's world, an informer. He wants to do the same sort of thing we like to do. He wants to grow into his neighborhood, he, Ills wife and children, and he looks to us to help him do it. There is one thing about American neighborllness. It is real aud honest and fair. It has the admiration of the whole world. As we plan for duys to come, let'n let that neighbor of ours share in our pro-.,,!.,....,. * n<" i=w»o pi mo JJUUI anil gram, let* live with cacn outer.» il-, B, A, mm Mv«AOU * J«*I M A Scratchless Summer Is in Store for You However, You Must Do Your Part If You Want Comfort Well, here we are again with spring busting out all over that wondsnful time of the year when all good men acquire that peculiar Itch which can only be relieved by vigorously scratching the back (yard) with a rake or a hoe. Remember last winter when you were digging your car out of the snow and you muttered a prayer to hasten the day the robins would return and you made yourself a solemn promise that that would be the day you would get out and clean up the old place, front and back, and make it look like a million dollars and you would get it al done before summer got around so that by that time you could stretch out in the old hammock and really enjoy life? So what? The robins are here, brother, so get goingtimes a-wa»ting! While you are about it, the Mosquito Man has a few do's and don'ts to hand out to all and sundry on the subject of spring clean up time just BO you won't have to suffer another kind of itch while you are lying in that above-men tioned hammock, come the, dog days. Do gather up all the refuse and rubbish In your back yard; tin' cans, bottles, old tires, that old bath tub or wash basin that you have been saving for the Lord knows what, and put them all out front tor the refuse collector to pick up on his next round. Don't chuck them over the back fence Out of, sight is out of mind, says you, aa you give them the old heave-ho, but don't forget that Mrs. Mosquito doesn't give a hoot which side of the fence they're on so long as they have water in them and she Is In a hurry to lay an egg or so. Don't haul them down the street and dump them in the middle of that vacant lot, hoping.that the cop- won't catch you at'.' It. Maybe he won't. Maybe he is figuring on dumping a few loads there himself when nobody is looking, but you'll not fool Madame Mosquito; she'll just snicker and say thank you kindly. Possibly you live outside of town and the refuse collector's route does not include your territory. In that case the best thing to do, if you can't get someone to haul lt down to the city dump for you, for Pete's sake don't sneak it out tbe back way and throw it into that little brook that runs past your place. That juat makes a filthy mess that.someone else will eventually have to clean up, and that's not being neighborly. One way to get rid of the trash is to dig a hole to drop it in and then cover the hole with dirt. Now that that job la done, the next thing to do Is to fill' in all those ruts your old chatter box car I am talking about, dug in your driveway last winter. And while you are about It, how about filling in those low spots in the back yard, where water collects after lt rains? You'll be surprised what can be done with a couple of wheelbarrow loads of good topsoll. Just spread It out, pat lt down with a spade, or roll it, if you have a roller, add a little fertilizer and a sprinkling of grass seed and bingo! your better half begins to cast covetous eyes on wrought iron garden furniture with glaas tops and striped awnings. Have you got one of those things around your place that you call a fish pool? Some folks call them rock pools, but mostly, after the first year or so when the novelty has worn off and the little fish roll over and turn up their little toesles or whatever It Is they turn up when they pass out, we call them pest holes, because one such puol if not stocked with Ash can breed enough mosquitoes to flood the entire neighborhood. So, if you have one, how about cleaning It out this year juat to give the little gupples and gold fish a chance to do their stuff 1.' You sec, the mosquito larvae breed and stay in the shallow water aiound the edge of the pool in the vegegntion where the fish cannot reach them. Now, the thing to do If you don't want the pool to become a nuisance is to remove the trash and dead vegetation and thon spude the edge down so that there will be at least six Inches of water all around the pool, If you happen to have any field stones that you want to get rid of, use them to line the edge t>< the pool and then you you can be proud, but don't forget to restock lt with fish. Well, so much for the grounds. Now, how about the house? Oh! so you have a backache and you, don't wanna look at the house now! Better koep moving, son, so Hint those old, lazy muscles won't stiffen up on you, so you go get the ladder while I find a hammer and some nails and a piece of baling wire, and we'll shinny up.and get the kinks out 4>f those roof drains BO the water won't stand in them. Mosqultoei don't breed in too! drains? Says you! A plugged roof drain, brother, has Just th«same allure for Mrs. Mosquito that a Park ave. pent-house has for s glamour girl they just love the altitude and the seclusion! Now that I've got that off my chest, how about the down apouts? Do they empty Into rain barrels? They do? What do you use the water for? Your garden, I suppose. I guess that you figure that you are saving money by not using city water on the garden. Sure you dq, but do you know how much? Well, If you are paying as much as Jl for 1,000 cubic feet of water, a barrel of water will cost you one and sixtenths of a cent, so if you get ten barrels of water from your roof during the summer you will have saved 16 cents, but I'll bet you dollars to doughnuts that you will spend ten times that much for flit to kill the mosquitoes that will breed in thost barrels! However,, if you are going to be stubborn about lt and continue to use them, then for goodness sake make tight covers for them out of copper, screening, and in about five years you will have saved enough on'the water to pay for the screens. While we are on the subject of covers, let's take a look at the cesspool and make sure that it has a good, tight cover on it if it has a wooden top, even the cracks in the boards should be sealed. -.< There are just two more little things to do before you sit down, and it will only take a minute. First thing is to look over the window screens and screen doors to make sure they are. in good condition before you hang them. Down at the hardware atore you can buy a. package of little square patches of screen wire for a'dime or so, and they are very easy to put on over any little holes you may find just press them on and bend back the wires that stick through the screen. Check the molding around the edge of the screen and tack it down with small brads it it is loose. ' When you hang the screens you will probably find that they have warped and shrunk a little so that they no longer fit tightly. The way to fix thig is to get yourself a roll of transparent Scotch tape no, I am not plugging Scotch tape or any other kind of Scotch; it just happens that I have used a lot of lt. I know it will do the trick if you put It on right. Just paste It around the inside of the screen where it meets the window frame. It won't show and will last all summer. How do you hang your screen doors? Do they swing in or out? Maybe you won't believe me, but when you open a screen door inward you are Inviting all the bugs on that door to come in and pay cm a visit. When a door awings outward you shush most ot them away when you open it, and If it has a good spring on It, when it slams shut it shakes off all those that went for the ride. I have a Danish friend who, when he says good night, always bays, "Well, so long, Bill, don't forget to keep the water out of the cellar!" How's your cellar? is it net? Doing anything about it? Of course I am not going to tell you about all the things you can do to get rid of the water, because hat is something for you to worry about, but I am going to tell you hat there is nothing like a wet cellar for mosquitoes, centipedes, roaches, snails and' alt the other bugs to breed In. My advice would be to Install an automatic pump pp If the leakage is not possibly painting the h f possible, oo great, g walls and floor with one of the new mineral seals will do the trick. If there are just one or two little spots around the edges that stay wet all the time, try a handful of borax in the water. I believe In staying on the alkaline side myself and mosquitoes hate it like poison. Well, so long friend, If you don't want to do all these things I've pointed out to you, don't call me up this summer with blood In your eye just recall to mind that epitaph the cowboy carved on the sheriff's tombstone: "He done hie durndest; no angel could do no more," The slow-growing yew tree la 'mini) to often In England because it w once the prized wood uwd la making Juouj., Fifty Fears Age Mil Helena W. Nlvlson, daugi ter of John L. Nlvison,' became thi wife ot Edward W. Jeffrey, son o: Charles Jeffrey, at a ceremony per formed at the Oceanic Methodic church by Rev. M. 8. Messier. At the annual meeting of the Re Bank Library association MM Theodosia Finch was elected pretl. dent, Mrs. John B. Bergen vicepresident, MM. Thomas Davis secretary and Mrs. William T. Corliss treasurer for the ensuing yesr. Joseph Morris of Belford Waa surprised by a visit from 60 of hi: friends in celebration of his 85th birthday. An apron and ice cream sociabli was held in Grace M.E. church b; the flower committee of the Chris, tian Endeavor society and abou $1 was. cleared. Those who took part were Mrs. J. B. Day, Miss Grace Child and Mrs. James Throckmorton, Jr. A bowling tournament between Marcus Nesbitt's and Holmes's teams was ended on the Monmouth st.' alleys with Nesbltt'i team winning five out of six gamti William Albert VanScholck said h had deposited 15 at Robert Wll bur's jewelry store for a prize tc be picked out by the members o Nesbitt's team. Mrs. Luke Hance left to spend the summer with her sister, Mrs. J. I. Holmes of Schulie, 111. Mrs. Lucy Allen and Mm, F. T. Hendrlckson of Wilmington, Del. were visiting lit, and Mrs. Charles T. Allen of Oceanic. Mrs. Willam Covert and her brother, George Carhart of New Monmouth, were left a fortune of 10,000 each which they inherited from their brother, Richard, a for mer resident of Naveslnk, who died in Brooklyn a year previous. While walking across the deck of hie sloop. William Bouker fel on a dredge rake severely injuring his arm. Graduation exercises of the Fair Haven public school were to be held in Monmouth hall the following month. Members of the gradu' ating class were Susie Martin, Net tie Chandler, Blanche Little, Cora Fllnn, Percy Smith and Edward Minton. Charles Edwards, Thomas and Douglas Riddle and Benjamin Eldridge of Oceanic took a trip down the river on Mr. Edwards' sloop to Inspect the channels. Daniel H. Smock moved from Holmdel to John Byer's house on Irving pi., Red Bank. Miss Emma Hsadley of Bridge ave. celebrated her 20th birthday with a party. Those present were Misses Joe Dust, Grace D, Johnston, Edith and Cora Johnson, Eatelle Nesbltt, Alice Clayton, Luke Scott, Sadie and Carrie Tompkins, Kittle Norman, Annie Lucas, Annie Lane, Sadie Chamberlain and Abble Elliott, Walter Sutphen, Lester E. McQueen, Mulford A. Thorpe, William Francis, Charles Beck, Thomas and James Wise, James Lane, Harry Osborn, AI6nn> Ben nett, Mr. and Mrs. Harry McQueen of Bed Bank, William A. Shoemak. er ot Shrewsbury and Harry Sylvester of Oceanport. Fire broke out on a tract of wood, land belonging to John Pettinger at White's Grove, near Turkey, and 60 acres of timber was destroyed. Mr. and Mrs. William T. Taylor of Long Branch celebrated thur 35th wedding anniversary with a family dinner party. Mrs. Taylor was the daughter of Justice Edmund T. Woolley of Red Bank. A wager of a box of cigars between! William E. Crawford and John N. Ely of Holmdel' was finally won by Crawford who caught Ely smoking after 2 months of watchful waiting. John Byer purchased the Ob»rholser place near Newman Springs for $3,500 and planned to make extensive improvements for his own occupancy. During a two week period many chickens were killed by cats at Oceanport. The heaviest losers were Mrs. Wlnfleld 9. Price, George Evans, William Tilton and John Rhodes. Several summer residents at Atlantic Highlands organised a golf club leasing the grounds of the Highland Park association for their links. ' A fine concert was presented at the opera house under the direction of Mrs. J. W. H. Foxwell who had written several marches and an operetta for the affair. Mrs. Frank Levering, the former Miss Ida Fay, returned to Matawan after 10 years' ot missionary work in India. A race horse owned by Matthew Peakes of Oceanport broke away Harrison wss elected town cle.-k without opposition and an appropriation of flmo for a. Are alarm system was carried. About 250 people were entertains! at the Red Bank Baptist church day and both afternoon and even- Ing services were held. The committee in charge of the affair comprisld Capt. Charles B, Parsons, Henry p. MeClane, Robert Norman, W. B. Lawrence and Clarence White. John Uhl, It-year old son of If.J. Uhl ot Keyport, badly Injured bis hand when a dynamite gun cap with which he had been amusing himself exploded. 1 Tirentr«ve r«ara Age Mrs, Alberta B. Morford, wife of Harry Morford of Hudson ave., and Mrs, Carolyn B. Davis, wife of Edwin Davis of Spring st, went into the real estate and Insurance builness opening an office in the Eisner building under the name of Morford and Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Chrlney I. Koines of Holmdel entertained a nunbir of friends at a bridge party, the prizes being won by Mrs. HolmiS and Harold Holm**. The first annual banquet ot the Alpha Kappa PI class of the Methodist church was held in the church dining hall. Wellington Waterloo Kennedy of Little Silver planned to make a trip to Scotland in the summer accompanied by his daughter-in-law, Mrs. John A. Kennedy. Milton Brown of Marion St., an employee at the Singer sewing machine's New York office, left on an automobile trip to San Antonio, Tex. At a rumagi sale held at Union flrehouse the Red Bank auxiliary of Long Branch 'hospital cleared $68, Miss Julia Little was in chargo of the sale and her assistants were Mrs. Herbert W. Hill, Mrs. George K. Allen, Mm. Irving Lovett, Mrs. William Naulty, Mra. Edmund Fraxer, Mrs. Charles P. Irwin, Mrs. Frank Malloy, and Mrs. Elmer Walnwrlght. A new bridle was to be built across the mill pond at Tlnton Falls under the supervision ot Louis 8nyder of Colts Neck, Early warm weather indications pointed to a very busy season for William Holfmeyer of River Pitta who rented rowboats and canoes :o river enthusiasts. Sterling Stryker of Atlantic Highlands was working his way to famn as a pitcher for the Boston Braves. He won hla third straight victory when he pitched th* Braves to a 2 to 1 victory over the N.Y. Giants. Red Bank's water problem took' in a new aspect when the commissioners put through an ordinanca to buy and equip one new artesian well at a cost of $20,000. If the new well provided as much asmm gallons a minute, another well was to he sunk and the two wells would displace the attam apparatus being used. Earl Snedeker purchased a seaplane from the aeromarlne plant at Keyport and planned to tike flying lessons from Lt. Stone. A girl's horseback riding club was formed at Red Bank with Louis VanKelst as Instructor. The members of the group were MUtea EUanore Burdge, Maud Parker, Doris Venable, Mary Hoose, Mildred and Marlon Barrett and Dorohy Sickles. Miss Rae C. Stllwagon, daughir of'mrs. Mary E. gtilwagon of West Front at., and Roger Wymbs son of William Wymbs of Fairleld Gardens, were married at a ersmony performed at the bride's lome by Rev. W. Holland Rover say, son of John Hennessey of Rumson, were married at Holy Crosa rectory by Rev. John E. Murray. Fred J. Noble of Rector pi. gave up. his position with the Mechanics and Metals national bank at New York and took employment as a salesman for Morrissey and Walker, real estate developers. Mr. and Mrs. George Poole of Hubbard park returned home after epending the winter at Florida. Thieves attempted to break into Loda-Lohsen's house on the state, highway at Centerville but were frightened away before they stole anything. LETTERS FKOM OUE READEitS UNKIND 1X> DOGS Dear Mr. Brown: put i Fair Haven, N. J. Apr. 2, 1M». &f u J* l h * v «nouced ads that folks have put in tbe paper to und homes for their dogs, and for the benefit of those poor animate I would like to teu these loiki it is about the worst thine they could do for their pets if they have any fondness for them. For instance, I put an ad in ta And a home for our beautiful collie, which my daughter had to get rid of.owlni to the iact that she did not have room for a large don after her baby came. Thi s was a beautiful collie she bought, from a. kennel and she, like a lot of other people, thought if they cave the dog to someone who would be good to it, that would be the answer. We had a man call for the dog, and he said he had an acre of ground completely fenced in, and the dog would have an excellent home. So we gave it to him and le dav a daughter... _nd if we cared about the dog to eo see lt and see if we liked the way the dog WSJ being cared for. When we looked this place up we found our poor dog tied to a, tree, no shelter, no water or anything. He waa a wreck of bones; his hair dirty and his eyes partly closed with a cold. Around him in the same yard were at least ten other dogs, male and female, some sick, some well, none of them properly cared for. as they were all tied on short ropes, and no sign of drlnklne water. I afterward found out these people answer ads like those In the papers, mate uo the does, and sell the puoules for whatever they can -»»». w *vv»vw «i«jut" a felt very happy until one dav man came and asked my daugh If that collie was ours, and if tstt The thing badly cared for. is the dogs are We immediately if Red Bank. Alfred A. Pintard, one of the s p y while being exercised and ran Into a barbed wire fence Which caused bad cuts on Its cheit and legs. The old Thompson pavilion at the Highlands and a 100-acre farm near Atlantic Highlands were sold at public sale to close the estate of the late ex-sheriff Joseph I. Thompson. The hotel was pur* chased by the Second National Bank of Red Bank for flb.100. In celebration ot the anniversary of the capture' of Manila by Commodore Dewey, Red Bank was gaily decked with flags and bunting, taking on a holiday appearance. W. W. Shampanore, foreman of John T. Lovett's printing house at Little Silver which was closed for the summer, waa employed In the Register office at Red Bank. Frank Polhemus was thrown from his buggy at Locust Point suffering mjnor cuts and bruises. MIM Rose Mount, daughter of Charles Mount ot Atlantic Highlands, wan married to George Freeman of that place at a' ceremony performed at the Naveslnk Methodist parsonage by Rev. J. W, Nickelaon.. About 100 fight fans gathered at Dr, Ehrlek Parmley'a grounds at Oceanlo to witness a seven-round bout between Tobe Phllcott of Palerson and William Smith of Red Bank. Two. new members, John Sheehan and.capt. Thoman P. Brown, together with three members of the old board, O. E. Davis, George Coley and John B, Bergen, were olected commissioners ot Red Bank os tbs Citiien'a.ticket. Albert C, jouncilmen of Rumson, died at the age of ft after an Illness of seven «k». He had been a resident of iumson for 36 years. Mr. and Mrs. Walter D. Fields md their daughter Alice, of Colt's [<ck, were guests at a birthday party at Mrs. Conovefs. As a result of presenting a play, I2S0 was cleared by the graduating lass of Middletown township high ichool at Leonardo. The class ilanaed to use the money to go in an educational sightseeing trip > Washington.. Miss Anna Bralnard resumed her duties as a teacher at the Naveilnk public school after being confined to her home due to Illness. An overheated oil stove.started a Are in John Mullin's house in Sea Bright. Firemen extingulihed the flames before much damage resulted. A baseball game was to be played on the Lakeside ave. field between the married and single men of Rumson. Henry Kruse was captain of the single men and William Murphy captained the married men. The winning team would be the guests of the losers at a beefsteak dinner. Harold Ely of Knollwood and James J. Hogan of McLaren st. made a weekend automobile trip to Providence and Boston. While learning to operate a motorcycle, Frank Flannelly, a membtr of the Sea Bright police force, loit control of the machine and ran Into a post. He was thrown off and his leg waa broken In three places. Mr. and Mrs. George S. P. Hunt of Colt's Neck gave st reception to celebrate the r»eent marriages of their two sons, Mr. and Mrs.' Daniel Hunt of Eatontown and Mr, and Mrs. Forman Hunt.of Jerseyviile. Mrs. Mary E. Mott of Red Bank and Mrs. Redertck of Shrewsbury gave a linen shower for Mlia Hattie Robinson and about 30 guests were present, Mrs. Florence Hall and Mlsi Suit, Hudgens rented the Charles H. Lum houso at Branch and Hudson aves, and planned to open a tearoom and gift shop to be known as 'The Orange Shutter,", Over 300 attended the Holy Name society, ball of St, Anthony's church held at the Elantr cafeteria. The prise waits contest was won by Miss Esther Fasibna of Red Bank and Anthony Bruno ot Long Branoh. Miss Bide Wilson Smith, daughter of Forman R. Smith of Fair Haven, and Leo Francis Henneiuntied our collie, put him in oui car and took him to the doctor. who said the do«was hungry, and we had to feed him gradually until he got back his' health. But the other poor little dogs we could do nothing for. We called up the 8.P.C.A. about it and were told we would have to make a charge and have the man arrested. We did not want to become involved. ' So I say to any of you folks who have a do* vou can no longer care for, the moat human thing to do U pay a doctor a small fee and put him to sleep, especially if it Is a female, unless you know personally the partv you are giving the dog to and can check up on it.... Sincerely,., - Mrs. Helen E- Lamberaoiw TUB COAST GUARD ] 228 Broadway, Long Branch, N. J. Apr. 30, Mr. Thomas) Irving Brown, Editor, Red Bank Register. Dear Mr. Brown:, I would like to avail myself of the facilities of the column of Th* Red Bank Register for the pur. pose of saying a few words of praise for the United States Coast; The Coast Guard is made up of men who devote enormous energy to the welfare of our country, and/ in mv oolnioa command* the ad* miration and appreciation ot every American. The. men serving in the Coast Guard do not clamor to be heroes, whether In war or peace. Thev will tell vou that thev were simply tha men who were caught in the act of doing what they believe to be their duty. But those of us whe have watched them at work can* not help calling them one of the finest group of men in the world, for thev always do their duty. Let's take our hats off to aa All-American team the United States Coast Guard. Very truly yours, W. Earl Hopper, GENOCIDE ON THE AGENDA. Most people are "against mur-. der." Most people are. aware that. ever since the Roman persecution; of the Christians attempts have been made to murder whole groups 1 (religious, racial, national, ethnic): as well as individuals. So most!: people should be glad to see a genocide convention accepted by the nations, outlawing such group, murders. { The.General Assembly of the: United Nations last year adopted) a genocide convention by unanimous vote. It must now be ratified by at least 30 nations In order' to come into force. If the United. States is to take a position of moral, leadership on this Issue, it should bring the matter up for discussion in the Senate at the earliest po& alble moment. Other countries may' well be waiting on American ratification before taking action..- Some Americans are. seriously 1 concerned' that It would Infringe': on the legal, sovereignty of th«: United States. It should be noted,; however, that provisions for an: eventual International penal court are left for, future decision and will} depend on the- growth of the UN In the direction of world govern* ment. Under the convention, each nation would undertake to punish casts of genocide by Its own existing court! or simply face the disapproval of the International Court of Justice. An opposite argument is that without the means of International enforcement the convention would be meaningless, This Is to say that any moral code supported by Imperfect legal machinery serves 1 no use. Yet without the fight for even a formal acceptance of the code, public opinion would never; be arouied to the heed of perfect-) Ing the machinery for Its enforce*; mint* Apathy and skepticism are! poorer protections for society than, the nations' solemn bond, The Christian Science Monitor,

7 JAMES F. SMITH AUDtOMmiST HEARING EXAMINATIONS 1 Bearing Aids Accessoriet Batterict Phone Red Bank RIVER ROAD, FAIR HAVEN, N. J. SPECIAL! Men's Sport Coats REG. $25.00 Men's Slacks 100% Wool Flannel Reg. $14.S0 Men's Dress Shirts REG. TO $3.95 Choose From Whiles or Fancies GQLDIN'S MEN'S SHOP Corner Broad & Mechanic Ste. Red Bank Former Red Bank Couple Married Fifty Years Mr. and Mrs. William Burtt Celebrated Their Anniversary Saturday Mr. and Mrs. William Burtt of Atlantic avc, We»t Long Branch, formtr ruidentt of Red Bank and Long Branch, celebrated their golden wedding annivenary Saturday. There wai no elaborate affair arranged for this celebration as Mr. and Mra. Burtt wanted to be by thenuelves and in order to do «o, they ilipped away and spent the day in New York city. However, during the past week they received many calls from relatives and frienda who left with them gifti of merchindise and ccsh. Mist Pauline Egan Of Keyport Engaged Mr. and Mrs. George J. Egan of Keyport have announced the engagement of their daughter, Gertrude Pauline to John J. Warnock, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Warnock of Hazlet. Jli»«gan was graduated from St. Mary's high school. South Amboy, and Drake's Business college, Perth Amboy. She is employed by the Royal Liverpool group, Newark, and is a' member of the Mala van Junior Woman's club, the Children of Mary sodality and is an adviser to the Matawan Sub Junior club. Mr. Warnock, a graduate of Keyport high school, is a junior at Rider college, Trenton, where he is a member of the Glee club. NOW PRIVATE FIBST CLASS Pvt. Edward G. O'Brien, son of Mr. and Mrs. William O'Brien, 20 Lincoln ct, Keansburg, has been promoted to the grade of private The article in the May S »«' ci «"- " wa \ an " n l'i "" issue of - the - Register - - had. * this to cently by headquarters 5711th Medical dispensary, Albrook Air Force say about their marriage: "Mim Carrie Laird, daughter of Henry Base, Panama Canal Zone. Since Laird of Trenton, who lives with his arrival in the Caribbean Air her uncle, John Dey of Monmouth Command, he has been assigned a* a surgical technician. at., wag married on Sunday to William Burtt of Long Branch. The ceremony waa performed at four o'clock at the Presbyterian parsonage by Rev. R. G. Davey. "The bride was becomingly attired in a green cloth dress, trimmed with chiffon and white taffeta silk. The bridesmaid was Miss Clara Burtt of Long Branch, a aister of the groom. She wore a brocaded silk dress, Charles Layton of Long Branch acted as best man. The ceremony was also witnessed by Miss Sophie Schnell of Red Bank and William Hulse of Elizabeth, formerly of Shrewsbury. "After the ceremony a wedding supper was served at the home of the bride i uncle, and Mr. and Mrs. Burtt drove to Long Branch where they will begin housekeeping. The groom is employed in Edward's mill at Long Branch." Miss Jane Kiley July Bride*Elect Mr. and Mrs. James Albert Riley of Ridgewood and Mantoloking announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Jane Oughton Riley, to William Harvey Glover, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. William Harvey Glover of Newark, and "Four Views," Locust. The wedding will take place in July. Misi Riley was graduated from the school of the Holy Child at Suffein, N. T., and attended Trinity college at Washington, D. C. During the war she was a member of the A.WV.S. Motor Corps, and served in the New York aircraft warning center. Mr, Glover was graduated from Roanoke college in Virginia. He served in the armed force* for four years with the topographical engineers in Italy. He is with the Sweeney Lithograph company at Belleville, of which hla father is president. Harlem, now a Negro center In New York city, was once a village on Manhattan island. PONT WAIT for yewwr to Irtafl Jr In I 1 PRESSURE-PURGE SAVU MOTOR WIAR ttvh OAS Your Cooling Sy«l«h ii u vital to the operation of your car the Brakes or Motor.' Preuure Purging it' the newest approved method of cleaniing the Radiator and Water Jackets of the Block. The entire Purge takes Jess than thirty minute*. LA FREDA SALES 4. SERVICE 117 MONMOUTH STBEET, BED BANK, N. J, ^ PHONE B. B. M«tt. *" KED BAXK KEOIgTEB, MAY 5, Story Hour Still Continues Popular Mm. Walter G. Dohm will tell the atorles at the Eisner Memorial library Saturday morning- between 10 and 11 o'clock. She will tell "Honey, the City Bear," "The Wide Awake Angel," "David's Silver Dollar" and a jtory about Indians. There will also be games. Mrs. Dohrn is the former Harriet Taylor of Red Bank. She graduated from Miss Tllman's school in Philadelphia and taught kindergarten in the Rumson public schools. The story hour Is held on the sun porch of the library each Saturday morning under the sponsorship of the Red Bank group of the Monmouth County Branch of the American Association of University Women in co-opeialion with the trustees of the Red Bank free public library. All children between the «Ke» of four and eight who live in Red Bank and nearby teu arc welcome. Parents who wl-ih to stay and watch arc always invited to be pifisen!. Last Saturday the story hour was omitted in order that the small boys and girls might attend the niiirionettfl play, "Kiip Boy" which was presented at the Mechanic street school by tin- child study group of the A.A.L'.W. 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8 _ Page Eight RED BANK REGISTER, MAY 5, MOTHHOLCS' TJTAPS KMTTCO HOUS POA INVISIBLE HMsftWCAVINt* FIAKIES tbi New, Easy COOKIE MIX If you are one of those exacting ptnoni who insist upon oldfashioned goodness, absolute pwity, FINEST QUALITY iagredientt, you'll find that Flakies fully lives up to your standards. In fact, Flakies con- Mint exactly the same fine quality ingredients you would use. Just add an egg to Flakies. Something More Than Just a Bottle of Milk Puntan MILK CO. fed Bank MM* StNtt Couple Celebrate 45th Anniversary Of Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Fury, Sea Bright, Held Hcunion Sunday A family gathering: marked the observance Sunday afternoon of the 40th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Bloomflcld Fary, 15 Church St., Sea Bright. The celebrants welcomed several callers at an "open house" affair during the day and were well ramembcrcd with flower* and other gifts. Present for the family reunion were Mrs. Ida Loftus, Albany, N.Y., a sister of Mra. Fary; Mn. Fred Emmons, Jersey City, another sister, with her husband and son, Fred, Jr. and daughter, Miss Harriet Emmone; John A. Fichter, Sea Bright, a brother of Mrs. Fary, with I'U wife and son Leslie, Sea Blight, and daughter, Mr*. Viola Falvo, wife of William Falvo, Red Bank; Mr. and Mrs. John A. Lindy, Soa Bright, son-in-law and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fary, with their daughters, Elaine and Joy; Joseph B. Fary, a son, who resides at home, and Mrs, Fred Xcilson and son Edward, Bergenfield, N. J. The couple were married May 1, 1901, in Rumson and have lived their entire married life in Sea Bright. Mrs. Fary was born at Union Hill, now Union City, N. J., daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Fichter, and Mr. Fary wns born at Wayside, moving to Sea Bright with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Fary, when a boy. Mr. and Mrs. Fary are members of the official board of the Sea Bright. Methodist church and Mrs. Fary is active In the Woman's Society of Christian Service. Mr. Fary is a carpenter by trade and la u. former councilman of the borough. Gels Jail Term For Burning His House Fenwick L. Cooper, 60, of FroBt avc, Middletown township, who said lie burned his house to get away from neighbors, waa given a two to three-year sentence to state prison last Thursday when arraigned before Judge John C. Giordano at Freehold. The charge was anon. Cooper was accused of pouring gasoline around his house Oct. IS and then touching off the blaze. He locked the doors and watched the flames as firemen arrived. Before final disposition last Thursday Cooper had been in state prison for classification. Judge Giordano recommended that Cooper be placed in the Vroom building for the criminally insane, Trenton. William S. Hill., 42, of Keansburg, was fined 1250 by Judge Giordano on a charge of assault and battery. He was accused of attack' ing Jack Smith, Keansburg bar tender Oct. 30 because Hill objected to Smith's closing the tavern. "HELLO" "Snyder's Boys' Dept" To I Ivor Par tons Theodore D. Parsojis Attorney General Theodore D. Parsons will address the Monmouth County School Board association at its dinner meeting Thursday, May 12, at Deauvillo nn. Said Ross E. Kins of Little Silver, the association's president, "Despite Mr. Parsons* heavy calendar he hns found time to greet the boards of education of his home county, and we believe a record attendance of the association's membership will be on hand to meet the state's legal chief who is their neighbor." At the meeting Mr. King snys he hopes to gain the association's support of a better healfh program for the county schools as well as the formation of a school board county council for the closer relationship of the 52 school districts in Monmouth. Four Soldiers Hurt In Middletown Four soldiers were injured, one seriously, when a car in which they were riding overturned on Tindall rd., Middletown township, Saturday afternoon. According to township police the car was driven by Cpl. Louis C. Smith of Fort Monmouth. The driver failed to make a turn in the road and lost control of the vehicle. Smith, who was seriously Injured, was unconscious when police arrived. He received head injuries. Three other soldiers, all from Fort Monmouth, were also injured. They were PFC Coday Curtis, Pvt. Farrol C. Cook and Cpl. Linwood R. Wilson. All were taken to the post hospital by the Middletown first aid squad of East Keansburg... To Select Queen For Centennial Ocean Township to Hold Itcaiily Contest Two of the chief features of the Ocean township Centennial celebration, Aug. 1 to Aug. 7, will be an art competition labeled "Portrait of Ocean township" and a beauty contest to select a queen who will preside over the week-long festivities. The art competition, sponsored by the Society of Fine Arts, a county group, is open to everyone, regardless of address. Scenes, however must be painted within the boundaries of Ocean township. The beauty competition will differ from most such contests in that contestants won't be required to appear in bathing suits. It is preferable that they dress in a simple frock of their own making. Girls will be judged on home-making ability and personal talents as well as on good looks. The competition is limited to tecn-uge girls who are year round residents of the township. Lincroft Cow Wins! ut Chuinniongliip The American Jersey Cattle club has announced that a registered Jersey cow, Wood Acres Pinnacle Lucilc, owned by Maurice Pollak of Marlu farm, Uncroft, has won the 305-day buttelfat championship in her class. To win she produced 13,632 pounds of milk and 753 pounds of butterfat as a senior four-year old. Her record exceeded by more than three and a half times the amount produced by the average dairy cow in the United States,, The record wins the Medal of Merit and Silver Medal awards given by the club. All tests in the cow's production were verified by Rutgers University and the American Jersey Cattle club. Wood Acres Pinnacle Lucile has also been officially classified for type by the club, earning the highcst possible rating of excellence. HAMiV BE-IXECTEO John J. Haley was re-elected local chairman of the Kcyport Republican executive committee at the organization meeting last week. Others elected were Harry B. Thomas vice chairman, Harry F. Roberts treasurer and Mrs. Bertha Henn Tuthill secretary. Mr. Haley urged concerted effort on the part of the committee members to elect Republican candidatcs in November. CuUom Built Homes To Order IMPROVED LOTS Will sacrifice excellent fully improved building sites in flnest section of Fair Haven at builder's terms. Philip J. BowersfcCo. ince 1M4 RED MNK «-43*t-M MARKET Tasting is believing! 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Office. In the matter of the estato of Grac. N, Hsiler, deceased, Notice to creditors to present claims against 'estate. Pursuant to the order of Dormnn Me- Faddln, Surrogate of the County of Mon* mouth, made on the Twenty.second day of April, 1*4(1, on the application of Thomas B, Hasler, Executor of the estat* of Grace N. Hauler, deceased, notice Is hereby given to the creditors of said deceused to exhibit to the subscriber, executor, ns aforesaid, their debts and demands nrnlnst the imld eltittc, under onth, within six months from the data of the nforenald order, or they will be forever barred of their notions therefor against Iho said subscriber. Dated! Freehold, N.'J.. April 22, 1»4». THOMAS B. HASLER, 125 Harvard Road, Fulr Haven, N. J. Applerate, Foster, Beutsille ft Cornwelt,' EMIS., Rid flunk, N. J. Attorney* TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Take notice that I will sell at PuMIs Auction to the highest bidder, under th* Garat* Lien Law ot 1111 as amend**, on. automobile, model lilt Pontlaev four-door (dan, Registration VA, on the tth day of May at It A. M. at Rsnaa Bros. Oarag* oa Mechanic Street, Red Bsnk, V. i. Th*) same nay be Inspected at»am plaf*. JE38B B. OREEN, Oonataklt. Msw.atb Cmasrr StsrrafalVa Oflk*. In th* matter of th* estate el Clarenos B. Fisher, deceased. Notice to eredltols to present claims against estate.. Pursuant to th* ord«r of Dorman Ms* Faddln, Surrogate of th* County of Moamouth, made on th. thirtieth day of March, on th* application of Dorothy Owen Fisher, Loraln* M. Wool **.< Clarence R. Sehuyler, Eiecutors of ta«estate of Clarence B. Fisher, d***ss*i> notice Is hereby given to th* creditors ot said deceased to uhlblt to th* subscribers, executors, as aforesaid, their debts and demands against th* aald * tnte, under oath, within ilx months from the date of the aforesaid order, or they will be forever barred of their actions therefor* against th* said subscriber!. Dated i freehold, N. j., March II, "" DOROTHY OWBJ FIBHUt, Bordsn Place, Little Silver" N. t, LORAINB M. WOOD. SS Dryden Road, Montclalr. N. J, CLABBNOI R. SOBUYLBR, 8«Ardsley Rest, Montelair, M. «, Messrs, McCarter, English ft Studer, 11 Commerce Street, Newark, N. J. Attorney*. Boy* csn msk* pooket toon** by Ml Tat R*glst*r^-A<Tertls«tMS*'

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Selections to be rendered by the choral Motion include "Knowsst Thou the Lord," in which Jean Weiaseman is soloist: "The Wait*," "While Bagpipe* Play," "Lover's Dream" and two popular sonfs, "In the Still of the Night" and "Manhattan." The elementary and senior bandi will also be heard in this muiic festival. Member* of the cborui are: sopranos, Ida Austin, Gloria Ayen, Mary Bacon, Gloria Bowles, Eva Mae Bowie*, Josephine Buonino, Janet Ferguson, June Gllmore, E*- telle Hebron, Ix>rraine Morris, Verdell Wingo, Margaret Madison, Nancy Sue Moreau, Patti Sprankle, Lois Williams, Elvira Condina, Stella Donate, Jean Heyer, Jean Weisseman, Jean Gardiner; alto*, Betty Powell, Jean Chndwick, Marjorie Clark, Geneva Davis, Dorothy Harris, Alpharetta Jones, Doris Lewis, Louise Jackson, Em ma Rubano; tenors, James Bowles, Donald Clay, James Gaskin, Samuel Cameron, Morris Hoffman, thaniel Alexander, N. Dimmerle, and basses, Getchel MeCall, Wesley Herrlein, Joseph Hawkins, Lewis Itri, Howard Kennedy, Joseph Mantano, Richard Rigby, Thomas Williams, Robert Scott, William Scott and Willie Daniels. Oceanport Pupils Give Variety Show Pupils at Oceanport grammar school, directed by the teaching staff, gave their first annual variety show at the school Thursday and Friday. The show featured origl i nal songs and skits, written and acted by the children themselves, Memorial Parade To Be Held at Keypoil Harry Farley has been named chairman of arrangements for che joint sponsorship of Keyport's memorial day observance by Raritan post S3, American legion, and its auxiliary, Keyport post 4247 V.F.W. and auxiliary, and St. Joieph's post Catholic War veterans. The three groups will decorate veterans' graves in the various cemeteries Sunday, May 15, or, in Bf! >, MAT S, Pit* Mint the event of inclement weather on May 22. fioyt can maka pockat money by stll- % Ins Tha register. Advettiumcnt. Children participating in the parade, which starts at 9:16 a.m. at Beach Park, will be served refiesnment. at the V.F.W. hall, E. Front st. The parade will conclude with ceremonies at the Keyport Public library with talks by Mayor Charles E. Applegate and members of the borough council. Chaplains of 'he veterans groups will offer prayers in the cemeteries. Parade music will be furnished by the Keyport Fire department Drum and Buglt corps. From Beach park the parade will march to Green Orove cemetery and then to the library. Matawan Employee Honored by Co>Workers Thomas 8. Byrne was the guest of honor at a teitimonlal dinner given by hi, co-workers at the Hannon-VanWinkle-Munntng company of Matawan last week at Buttonwood manor, Matawan. Mr. Byrne retired- Saturday after 47 years of active service. He first became affiliated with the Hanson and VanWinkle company in Newark in 1902 and when this company consolidated with A. P. Munnlng and company of Matawan in 1927, he became a daily commuter between Newark and Matawan. Present for the occasion were Mr. Byrne's brother, Rev. John H. Byrne, pastor of 8t. Mary's church, Jersey City, and Mr. Byrne'* two sons, John and Joseph of Newark. As mememtof of the event. Mr. Byrne received an engraved silver clfsrette case and lighter, a Knights of Columbus ring and a wallet containing *1BO. Entertainer Plans, Participating were Kay Iselin, I Jean Lovejoy, Patty Finn, Jimmy I To Open Yacht Club i Iselin, Patty Kennedy, Gary Mey- j i crs, Judy Houser, William Strom-1 Announcement was made this! berg, Maxine Sullivan, Gail Karl, j week by Mayor Thomas Farrell of 1 - Barbara - Uovejoy, Wayne " Levic, Sea Bright that Val Ernie, Palm Margaret Claugh, Jerrie Vaughan, ; PriBcilla Pike, Dominic Christopher, ; Nita Forbes, Adrlenne dough, Jan- > et Coriell, Marie Fogfia, Bernard Scarsi, Joseph Vido, James Finn, William Stromberg. Genevieve Champlin, Carol Van- Brackle, William Gaul, Vivian Wright, Janet Fleckner, Patty Wood, Ruth Stromberg, Georfiene Byrne, Ellen Miraglta, Jay FrIUche, Gary and Don Evenson, Barbara Brummer, Regina Greenwald, Robert Laurino, and Mrs. Thomas N, Rosa, Jr. Beach, Fla., night elub operator, plans to open the Sea Bright Yacht club as hla new buiiness May 37. Mayor Farrell slid Mr. Brnle will ask the borough council, probably tonight, to transfer to him a liquor license formerly held by Gerald Zuman, operator of the yacht club last year. Mr. Ernie, said the mayor, also reported he plans to bring to Sea Bright the dance orchestra that played in his Palm Beach Patio club and to fully redecorate the yacht club for the coming season. Man, Bank Secretary, H«Mm> Harold W. Powclson, 203 Main et., Matawan, began a six months' combination leave and vacation last Friday preparatory to retiring as assistant secretary of the main ofilec of the Manhattan company, *0 Wall St., New York. Mr. Powelson will be 65 nexl October when his retirement officially begins. He has been with the company for almost 50 years. Mother will love this lowly cotton coat-dress styled by Jerry Gildvu. Navy, grey, lime or lihw. #10.93 imwnnn SPRING! Its H«r«RICH LOAM TOPSOIL? GRAVEL, FILL DIRT? YES! QUICK DEUVERY ANY AMOl NT ANY WHERE BAYSHORE CONTRACTING COMPANY Koonsburg Ci'i'c Mother a cool-ascold cream, Shantung dress with the pannier-draped skirt. Lilae, navy, toast or grey. $8.95 WE SPECIALIZE in Cleaning & Dyeing Domestic & Oriental Rugs LEON'S WHITE STREET Red Bank To Mother With Love. s e.. She lorei pretty gifts that flatter HER femininity. a On Sunday, Mother in the family's pampered pet. Make her feel cherished witk those little luxuries she cherishes... pretty dresses, lingerie, hlnuses. Come to Mother's oicn favorite store for fjifti of exquisite taslc and fasti, ion-rifjhlness to pumper her on Mother's Day in the very nicest tcuy. 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U yoyr hot water crystal clean for Baby't bath?. Union Beach Section Has No Water Natvo Area Is Diacuesed RED UAXK REGISTER, MAY By Borough Council The Union Beach mayor and ouncil Thursday night heard that 1 families in the Natco section of he borough ate without a. water upply and heard a suggestion hat an $8,000 appropriation in the udget be used to aolve the problem. The matter was presented by touncilman George Pickering, hairman of the water committee, ho said that wells on the Natco ropeity are in poor condition and lave been condemned by the local nd state boards of health, The councilman explained that he properties were sold by the lorough with the understanding.hat no water was to be supplied, but added that 21 families, including several veterans, ate "caught n an unfortunate" situation. Councilman Pickering said: "The whole borough is (till paying for he 1519,000 water system which was installed several years ago, and the people of Natco, who are nd that their natural resources are also greater than ours. Rev. Mr. Carrie also discussed :be fact that the Canadian population remains almost constant at about 13,500,000. He accounted for this by stating that the majority of the population lives in cities located closer to American metropolitan areas than to large cities of Canada. The nearby large U. 8. without water, are helping to paycities, therefore, have a tendency off this debt. I feel'that we have o have more drawing power for moral responsibility to attempt the youth of Canada than do their to find a isolation lor furnishing own cities. them with water." The water committee chairman Rev. Mr. Carrie also said that of urged that an $8,000 item in thethis population, 78% were of the budget earmarked for water main extension* on Union and Hauls aves. be used to extend a water ine to the Natco section. The mu nicipal finance commission would have to approve the measure first, Councilman Pickering explained. The problem was laid over for further consideration. Councilman Maurice Oakley asked that an investigation of the practice of paying an accumula tion of building permits be made He suggested that the permits should be paid for when issued. He claimed that Edwin C. Ma«on, a local building contractor, was the person operating under such system. Councilman Oakley aaid that Mr. Masson had paid all fees, but that the objection was that build' ing had been started without SP curing and paying for the permits The councilman then urged that the police department check to whether permits are issued for al new building in the borough. Simpson on Committee For Bankers' Meeting Merle G. Simpson of the Belmar National bank, is chairman of thi arrangements and cntettainmen committee for the annual regional conference of the New Jersey chapters of the American institute of banking to be held Saturday, July y, at the Stockton hotel, Sea Gilt. Assisting Mr. Simpson will b Frank G. Warner of the Freehold Trust Co. and Miss Marie Barbou of the New Jersey Trust Co., Long Kiwaiiians Hear Talk By Carrie Diacuneea U. S.- Canadian Relations "The good will and relationship which exists between the United States and Canada" was the subject of a talk last Thursday night before the Lincj of t-holmcicl Kiwanis by Rev. Cyril Carrie, minister of the Episcopal church, Jersey City. Rev. Mr. Canie'e subject was in eeping with the Kiwanis internetional "United States-Canada Good Will Week." The minister, who was raised and educated in Toronto, pointed out that, contrary to what many people in this county believe, the United States is neither the largest nor wealthiest country in the world. He added that, among others, Argentina, Canada and Russia ale all larger in area' than the United States, Roman Catholic faith, despite the fact that the Church of England is the mother church of Canada. He also spoke briefly on the political two-party system and security and educational program of Canada, which provides $8 month for every child from the time he is born until he reaches the age of 18. In closing he said that after spending several years in this country he had grown as fond of the people here as those in his own province, and that he saw nothing which would disturb our mutuu friendship and relationship in the future. Ministers to Meet At Kutgcrs in June The tenth annual session of the W. Frank Knowles Institute for Town and Country Ministers will be held at the college of agriculture, Rutgers university, June 6, 7 and 8, according to C. A.Thompson, state leader of agricultural agents, Mr. Thompson, who has supervised the institute since the death of Mr. Knowles several years ago, said that problems of the rural church will receive special attention. Instruction in agricultural topics is also being arranged to help ministers understand farming in their'communities. Franklin Nixon, master of the state grange, has announced that scholarships which will help pay the expenses of attending the institute art being provided by some "WHEN SPEAKING OF HEALTH ' R 18 MOT TBUB TO 8AV -WE DID BVEBVTHINQ POSSIBLE" UNLJM8 VIUBOrBACTIC WAft INCLUDED DR. WARREN FOWLER _,. M» BROAD ST. Chiropractor ROBERT'S 41 EAST FRONT ST. PERMANENT WAVE SPECIAL $e.oo *J COMPLETE Limited Time Only Other Waves lo $20.00 of th«granges in New Jersey. Branch. 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A small deposit will hold your garmtnt until wanted. SAVE 20% to SIZES, 9 to to 20 14} to 24% ALL SALES FINAL Tickets Given fced BASK BEOTSTER, MAT!5, 65 Motorists About 06 persona received summonses Saturday in a "regular check-up" of registration*, license* and inspection atickers conducted by motor vehicle inspectors. On Cooper'* bridge, Route 16, between Red Bank and Middletown township, approximately 10 ticket* were given. At the Collingwood park traffic circl ummoiihi were iaiued. The summonses Issued on the bridge are returnable next Tuesday before Red Bank Magistrate John V. Crowell, while the Collingwood tickets are returnable Saturday before Magistrate Leslie O. Martin or Howell township. A staff of 16 motor vehicle inspectori udder direction of Deputy Chief Inspector Edward Thomas checked th«can. Monmouth Chapter Hear* Of DAR National Congress Mrs. Ernest Swingle and Mrs.?harle* Cohen were delegates to hi 58th Continental Congress, of he Daughters of the American Revolution in Washington last week, and reported to Monmouth chapter at its meeting Thursday in the Red Bank Woman's club. Mrs. Swingle told of the memorial service held for 2,711 deceaaed daughters, llrs. Robert Arnold, haplain., general, accompanied by he state chaplains, made a pilgrimage to Arlington Nationil cemetery, and placed a wreath on he tomb of the Unknown Soldier and on the tomb of George and lartha Washington in Mount Vernon. A wreath was also placed at the Founders' Memorial monument in Washington. Mrs. Boscoe O'Byrne praised the work done by the junior groupa. The meeting opened by a concert played by the United Statea Marine band, followed by a five day and night conclave in Constitution hall. Mrs, ftoecoe C O'Byrne in her speech to the 5,000 assemble daughter* put the national society on record in favor of a strong air power. "America must rule the air. We want smashing air power and plenty of it," she aaid. Senator Karl E. Mundt from South Dakota, principal speaker si the opening session, called for a "redefinition and clarification of our foreign policy" to combat in ternational Communism. Mr*. O'Byrne announced the completion of the National Tribute Grove project In California to pre serve the red wood*. The annual New Jersey luncheon wsa hell at the Shoreham hote with 125 preaent. The laying of the corneratone of the new D-A.R. administration building took plac Thursday. A caakat containing D.A.R. documents, a picture of Mrs. O'Byrne, plus U, S. and D.A. R, flay* were cemented into th cornerstone. Delegate* were present from Cuba, England, France, Italy and Hawaii. Money coraagea worn by mem bers were contributed at the close of congress to the National Build ing fund. The next meeting of Monmouth chapter will be held at the Red Bank Woman's club May IS, wit Mrs. Theodore Fisher, atate historian, and Mrs. Paul Duryea, stat librarian, as guest speakers. Th committee on nominations will re port. Members present last Thursda were Miss Sara Boice, Mrs. Bruce Campbell, Mrs. H. G. Capen, Mr*. Charles Cohen, Mrs. Edith Cooper, Mrs. Frank Dibben. Miss Ruth Dlb ben, Mrs. George Hess, Mrs. Clara Henderson, Mrs. J. E..Rowland, Mr* Charles Hobrough, Mis* Har rltt Lowe, Mrs. Theodore Parmly, Mr*. J. J. Quinn, Mr*. J. B. Rue, Sr., Mrs. J. B. Rue, Jr., Mm. Wi Ham flchanck. Miss Orace Sickles, Mr*. E. M. Swingle, Mr*. W. M Thompson and Mr*. D. B. Wood. Refreshments were aerved an Misa ; Harriet' Lowe and Mrs, Special Session To Receive Bids Pirrtion Named for 207,000 School J»h The Middletown townhhip school joard last Thursday night appointed Aylin Picison of Woodhridvc us chool architect to handle the $207,- 900 building program authorized by he voters last week. Tho proram, which will include repairs, improvements and alterations tortx chooli, was approved by a 298 u> The board authorized Mr. Pierion to draw npeciflcationx for bids o be received by the board at a ipeclal meeting Friday, May 20. Tin- >osrd decided to advertise for inllvldual bids on each oc the nix irojects. The work Includes addition of two ooma at Navesink school; onj oom at Lincroft; two rooms at River Plaza; four roonu at East Ktansburg; two rooms at the Leoiardo grade school, conversion of he high school auditorium into our classrooms, iind to supply furniture for tht schools. Two Sent to Jail For Oislurbances Chris Jacobsen of Red Bnnk wn.s [iven a 30 to 45-<lay auntenco in he county jail Sunday by Magisrate John V. Crowell on a clinrye of being drunk and for breaking into his divorced wife's home, 126 Branch ave., Friday night. The complaint was made by Mrs. Emiy Jacobsen, the divorced wife. Given a 60 to 90-day sentence n the county jail was Edward Dougherty for creating a disturbance in Red Bank Friday night. He gave police no addrcs.h. Local Bank Official* Back Opportunity Drive That bankers, mom than any other profession, "are personally.nterested in the welfare of all citizens" was asserted loduy by 'heater P. Rogers, president, Second National Bank & Trust Co., H«d Bank, in discussing the leadership of the New Jersey Bankers association in the May- June "Opportunity Drive," biggest peacetime savings bonds campaign of the Treasury Department. Mr. Rogers voiced the message of Frank F. Allen of Broad «t., president of the Jersey bunkers' group, and president of the Sea eoaat Trust Co., Asbury Park. Mr. Allen, one of the key state Uadtrs summoned by Gov. Diiscoll and New Jersey Treasury Bonds Director Raymond A. Glennon at the Jersey Treasury Siilute in Newark, wrote to Secretary Snyde'r and to his fellow New Jersey bankers yesterday: "Bankers, by their very position, arc the financial lender* in their communities. Everyone who has a financial problem comes to them for advice. To accomplish this practical requirement they must have first in mind the welfare of their citizens all their citizens. "Our future success i» contingent on the continued success of not only our customers, but each and every person in the community with'whom we 1 hope to do business. We must, as bankers, concentrate oh insuring the continued prosperity of all our customers. The Treasury's Opportunity Drive points the way, and we can tisalst in many ways; encouraging stored up purchasing power, thrift plans in pnyioli livings; «dv»rti!<inc. to ' nny the.s;tvin «bond.'* mc^-sngc to everyone in our community:" Fire kindled by fire stick* or by 13 lope on n utako, was believed by anciimit Si'ots to ward off diaeajies in their Hocks. Page Elcnw PIANO LESSONS at Your Horn* FREDERICK A. WOHLFORTH, B.t. Id. K. B. S-S2S<-f. IManKt for Clubs, RecepUou, Eta, Hammond Klectrin Organ for Rent. Lessons Included in Rental. The gift to remember an lou could never give mother enough for all she's done for you; But no gift comes closer to expressing the sentiment of her day than a beautiful, star-timed Elgin Watch. She'll chcrixh this wstch the rest of t her life as it serves her with the famous Elgin dependability made even more faithful by Elgin's DursPower Mainspring; H I0K natural rolled told plate bcitl, Mainles* tteel back, (ioli jmti y lpin. V) yviicfi, 11 h. natural gitlii/illni raw. run/. S07.M '''Ifiiii UP IMA'P. IT jpuwit, n«ynil«rf. Ink nniwii! gumfilled out. Nytm canl, fsom ihlier Elfins pricnl frim $19.73* All prices include i' ~ ELGIN And remember too.. only an ELGIN has the )DwaPowir M«mpriii * '» * of "Efcikw" «!!. _WILBU1*S_ 15 BROADST JEWELERS RED BANK OTA USHt064rSAAS - ^ Guess which 4-letter word means... 7SS10 72f$q.<irr. but this biff Compare the picture area on DuMont's Savoy, console with that of other direct-view lets. Compare the picture quality-clearness, brilliance, freedom from flicker and distortion. Compare tone quality on AM, FM radio and recordingi. Compare ease of tutting. Compare cabinetwork. See how much more value Du Mont gives yon in every way for your television dollar. But no guessing about BALLANTINE TMB8AV9Y it always meansv The word ta rock! Right you an! And a confusing word it ii. Rock means to move backward and forward without getting anywhere. Rock also means a large mass of stony material. But no guessing about Ballantine! Ballantine always means PURITY, BODY, FLAVOR... the qualities symbolized by Peter Ballantine's 3-ring trsde mark. Look for the 3 rings; call foe BsJlantiiMt Ask'the man for Ballantine Ale.Beet Plus inttausmoa SOLD ON EASY TERMS J. H. KELLY COMPANY CUK. BKOAD ST. & HARDING HI). TELEPHONE It ED BANK

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RELIABLE SERVICE EASY TERMS EATONTOWN RADIO & TELEVISION 17-lf MAIN STREET EATONTOWN, NEW JERSEY Telephone: Eetontowit or School News RUMSON HIGH SCHOOL, NEW*. Mia? Darling, hi«h school librarian, attended an interesting meetng of School Librarian* of Mo.imouth county at Monmouth County ibrary at Freehold last week, with MIMOS Julia Killian, Marianne Kinsey and Mildred Lease «hos- SSeE. Miss Ltase, R.H.S. "41, of the library staff had arranged a valuable dispiay of new books for young people that have appeared on itandard lists a display that had enuirert some borrowing from outside resource*. The librarians were interested in browsing over th«new books and discussing them while they me now working on purchasing list* for the various schools. MiM Marianne Kinaey alked with the group. The librarians from this county, who attended the meeting were Mlta Ruth Schnell, Ajbury Park high school; Mils Violet Murray, Atlantic Highlands high school; Mies Mary Ann Thomawon, Freehold high school; Mias Ellen E. Smith, Long Branch high school; Mrs. Viola Quinn, Mana^quan high school; Mrs. Lois Davidson, Matawan high school; Misi May Cooper, Neptune high school; Miss May Throckraorton, tied Bank high school, and Mies Wanda Darling, Rumson high school. Monmouth and Mercer counties form one division of the New Jer»ey School Library association. The next meeting will be in Mercer county, Oct. 18, and a committee is now making arrangements. The eighth grade took a trip to the Bronx r.oo Apr. 29. They were accompanied by their homeroom tencher, Mrs. Schaphorit. With the completion of the tumbling and heavy apparatus classes, 30 girls successfully climbed to the top of the ropes and 38 girls successfully completed a four or more activity routine on the flying rings. Two teams, consutinf of four girls each bowled against Red Bank high school Apr. M at the Wlllowbrook alleys. Two games were played by each team, Team A of Rumson won both games and team B of Rumton won one and lost one. Following are the results: TEAM A RUMSON M. Felelt 100 Y. Herndon 15 IJ. J. Haver l««j. Hogan HI 2u 128 J «« TEAM A BED BANK A. Strykcr.] J }» B. LliiphicotV P. Johnion.._ lit 81 Its E. 1)111»» «l Its 3S TEAM B RUMSON P. O'Ki'li r. Gosling :. 12«111 MS W. McUiir J. iarrlngton ~ TliAM B RED BANK I. ttavenport «t B. Stewart M. King « U. Matiaroppi 94 1H 214) 40S ' Strength tests are Itelfis given in all girls' Physical Education classes this week. These tests were given in September and the result* of this week's tests will be compared with September's results. Results will b* tabulated a«ct week. Sumson High School Rsmrei Wednesday afternoon, Apr. 31, Rumson high school was honor*! by a visit from two classes in education from Teachers college, Columbia university. The groups were under the direction of Professor* Frank W. Cyr and M. N. Woodring. Different type schools in Monmouth county were on the agenda and ours was the one high schoo chosen. With the group was Mil Harriet Cook, educational director of Monmouth County Organisation for Social Service as well as part time special helping teacher for health education on the staff of the County Superintendent., Members of the classes from foreign countries included the following: Adriar Cruz Gonzalez, elementary school principal of Rio,Piedras, Puerto. Rico; Erie A. King supervising principal, Brownsburg, Quebec; Fail Asad, head of Science, department. University of Beirut, Lebanon; Gulab Chaurasia, college lecturer of Jubleulpur, C. P. India; John W. Grant, teacher at Kapo rim'a college, Trinidad, B. W. I., and Cheng Hsueh, principal of Me- Tycire school,. Shanghai, China. Americana making the trip were Calvin h. Kiah, principal St. Clair high school, Cambridge, Md.; DelberfG. Peterson, teacher at Denv ing. Wash.; Richard L, Stolper, instructor at the Horace Mann school for Boy», New York city; David V. Norell, student from Clinton, Conn,; Arthur Hansen, Portland, Me.; Richard Keye, superintendent at Oxford, Miss.; Julia Sperber, Darlington, S. C; Miriam Zimmerman and Adolph Zucker, teachers at Torrington, Conn.; and Dorothy Dakin of State College of Wash' ington Pullman, Wash, - S. J. DATE BOOK OFF PRESS. The 1M8 edition of the New Jersey Date Book is just off the Press and available for free distribution, it was announced. here today by Commissioner Charles R. Erdman, Jr., of the department of Conservation and Economic Development. The date book Is compiled annually by the New Jersey Council, state, recreational promotion agency. Sports events, conventions,, eoncerts, patriotic celebrations, pageants, parades and other occurrences of Interest to visitors from now until Dec, 31, are included *n the date book, Absolut* Protection For Your WlnUr Wooltna ANITONC OLIANINQ Flu*. Certified, Cold Storage 2 Vaults on Our Premise*. LEON'S Since Mil «i-w White St. R, B,«-2MM Parking Law Introduced at Atlantic Highlands Ordinance Passed On First Reading- Grant Zoning Change The Atlantic Highlands mayor and ouncil Tuesday night of last week, passed on first reading an ordinance limiting parking on the following streets: North side of Went Highland ave. 'or 110 feet off First ave.; north side of West Mount ave., from First ave. to Railroad ave.; south side of Center ave., from First ave. to Railroad ave.; north side of East Mount ave. from First ave. to Second ave., and the south side of East Mount ave. from borough hall to Second ave. An exception to the toning ordinance was granted Harry poppelt to construct a soft drink stand on Ocean blvd., adjacent to the High Point restaurant, which he operates. An exception was also granted Henry P. Brainard to build gift shop on Ocean blvd. At the suggestion of Councilman Everett C. Curry, street employees were granted a live-cent hourly rats* and will receive M cents an hour. John Ellis was awarded a ton of coal, a special prixe given by the Pandora Social club of Red Bank. The price winner was announced at a recent meeting at the home of Mrs. Beatrice Randolph on Meehanis it. ROSES Planted Now, they will produce an abundance of flowers this season. Large selection of varieties; strong, sturdy plants. Garden Maintenance Tractor Work. Especially equipped for garden plowing. D. & D. COMPANY, Rote Specialists MONMOUTH /BOAD EATONTOHAT, N. 1. TEL. EA. S-«M«. COAL Reduced Spring Price* in Effect Now! For Limited.Time Only ORDER TODAY E. E. McCormick 1 Herbert Street PHONE RED BANK Atk us about our Easy Payment Budget Plan. it. IHE MAN WHO wants a finer motor car than the 1949 Cadillac, will have to wait. He will have to wait 'until the science of motor car manufacture has reached a higher level. For here in this gdrgeously beautiful creation is to be found the embodiment of all that is currently good and desirable in an automobile. It is, in every way, as fine and splendid a motor car as it is practical to produce. ' As, it true of each succeeding Cadillac model, the advancements in the 1949 car are manifold, and encompass every aspect of the car's goodness. But the year's (jnly the jfuture! Mother's Heart Is In Her Home Nothing could please her more than Mother's Day gift that woujd Improve the ppesrance of her house. Perhaps aaw roof or an estorlor paint Job A nunery for the baby er am citfa gueat room. Tell us your plan* and we'll help you work thesa out lata quick reality. Our tested building material* am the * est on the market.'.. they last longer and save dollar*. Cem* In for Idea*. Hagerman Lumber Co. 5! Csntat it M M M242-M241 gr<atest advance is in the power plant a wholly new V-type engine which easily ranks «Cadillac's creative masterpiece. The power flow is so smooth, and so seemingly inexhaustible, that many say the car seems to move by automatic propulsion. Performance is really a challenge to the imagination. ' ' If you wish to know how truly wonderful a motor car can be, you are cordially invited to call at our showrooms for a look and a ride. You are welcome afany time regardless of the price class from which you expect your next car to come. HOWLAND B. JONES MOTOR CO. MAPLE AVENUE RID BANK, N. J. Wblti lidcwall tins sviiuul it timltfasil

13 tairica's Itst Ctrsfts Vtttei by Gntaate Coraetiera* TUCKEI'S COMET SHOP 1S> Broadway Lone Branch OH. ERNEST C. GIEKDING ' Dentist mnd Dental Surgeon Hum U A. M.toT P. M. Homitf Tknufk Saturday* Bus P>UM tha door tm MAIM 8T. rhone Keansburf 0-121S KEANSBL'HG, X. 3. YOUI mm LOOKS iin«iomgek «*. - : 1i f Trim colors that hold their gloss' and colorl DUPONT MljLUX TRIM A TRIUlf ii Resisthding! Want shutters and trim to stay bright, new lookink? Then use Du Pont DULUX Trim and Trellis Finishes. Made on an exclusive scientific formula, they give you the** OuUtaadinf advantages: it lulu ta«r -nma thm «M star $2 W I* walk on I BIIPONT. IXTIRIOI PORCH PAINT Civ«ne*y beauty longer life to wood or concrete porch (loom. Dries quickly to a hard, glossy finiafa. Itvfh, hartf «mtk Kaofx motal turtacm from MtHnfl PULUX th.«.t.»l.«rf. MlfAL FINISH Gives long-lasting protection, enduring good looks to all meul surfaces, indoors and out. * On.«IHieli*e«"DMUm" ««< *» C4.1I Be J. H. KELLY COMPANY COR. BROAD ST. & HARDING ROAD, RED BANK, N. J. TELEPHONE RED BANK (Save the surfau and you save all! See it! Drive it! fted BASK BECfOTEB, MXT 8, 19*0 Red Bank Woman Divides Estate Among Children Mrs. Ella. Terhune Makes Bequests to Two Children llts. Gcoigiana William* of 195 Bridge ave., who died Dec. 16, IMS, directed that her eatau be divided among: her children under term** of a will probated la#t week at the olllcc of Surrogate Dorman McFaddin Ṫhe will directed the executors o sell her homestead on Bridge avc. proceeds from which will be ivided as follows: ont-fourth share to a daughter, Bsta Val Cheatham; one-fourth to a daufbcr, E. Bertram Williams Harris, out of which $25 U to be paid to a son, Sprig Williams; one-fourth to son, Andrew Curtis William*, and one-fourth to be divided by a son and daughter, Edward S. Williams and Mary L. Williams Pulley with $225 to be deducted and given to Edward S. Williams, her oldest!son. Silverware is to be divided qually between the two daughters and each of the surviving children to choose one piece of household furniture with the balance going to Andrew Curtis Williams. Likens also are to be divided among the children. Edward S. Williams will receive a diamond stickpin, and an Hutomobilu was willed to Mary William*. Pulley. Monies remaining from Insur ancc policies after debts are paid will be held by the executors, Estd Val Williams Cheatham, and Andrew Curlis Williams, for use In the care of a sister, Laura Williams, during her lifetime. Th«will was dated Sept. 19, Mrs. Ella 8. Terhune, Hudson sve, who died April 14, willed her estate equally to two children, Lillian C. Terhune and Edgar A. Terhune. Each was bequeathed numer ous pieces of silverware and jewelry and both were named executors in a will dated July 8, Mrs. Elizabeth. Ogden, Keypoi t, who died March 7, bequeathed 1500 each, to a daughter, Dorothy Ogden Garrison, and a s6n-ln-law, Leon Garrison, and the remainder of her estate was willed in -equal shares to the daughter and granddaughter, Frances E. Ogden, The daughter and son-in-law weie named executors in a will dated July 28, Lucy C. Bailey, Ulddletowa district manager of Esao; Georje township, who died Jan. 38, bsqueathed to a son, William M. $. the division auny Elizabeth; Jos- Inman, Fair Haven, member of Bailey, six lots and a house; another son, Leslie A. Bailey, received ant district manager; Charles L. eph B. KamlMke, Trenton assist- three lots, and a friend, H. Henry Oakerson, Pinckney rd., Little Silver, Trenton district sales promo- Kokulinslii, two lota and a building. All properties are in Hill ton tion manager; John Probert, local Park, Monmouth county. Upon the dealer salesman, and Edward F. death of Mr. Kokulinski, those Emmons, who did the general contracting 1 at the atation. properties will go to a son, William H. 9: Bailey. A son, Charles Howard Bailey, was left $5; all household effects in a Union City apartment and bank account were left to Wllll Bailey; jewelry was willed to niece, France* Blgnell, Hlllton park, and the residue of the estate will go to Mr. Kokullnaki, and tht sons, William and Leslie Bailey. Mr, Kokullnski was named executor in a will dated June 2, 1931 Should he have pre-deceased tht testator, William Bailey would serve as executor. Jennie Foster, Katontown, who died April 7, left her estate to sister, Nettie Foster, and named,er executrix in a will made Fea Mrs. Grace N. Hulcr, Fair Ha- Settles Case eri, who died Feb. 18. named ner lusbind, Thomas B. Haaler, as excutor and sole beneficiary in a Against A&P ill datsd Oct. 22, 192*. Atlantic Highland* Man Bishop Corton Heads Methodists in Northeast Bishop Fred P. Corson, of Philaelphia, waa elected Saturday at Atlantic City, s«president of the College of Bishops for the North- utcrit Jurisdiction of the Methulist church at the annual meeting!>t the Council of Methodist Bishops, over-all ruling body of the church. The council elected presidents and secretaries of all six of its college* In the United States. Bishop Corson succeeds Bishop G. Bromley Oxnam, head of the Methodiat church in the New York area, who was president of the Northeastern Jurisdiction during the last rear. Bishop Lloyd C. Wicke, of Pittsburgh, waa elected secretary. Other officers named were: North Central Jurisdiction^ president Bishop J, Ralph Magee, of Chicago; secretary, Bishop Marshal R. Reed, Deroit. Southeastern Jurisdiction: president, Bishop Marvin A. Franklin, Jackson, Miss.; secretary, Bishop Roy Short, Jacksonville, Fla. South Central Jurisdiction: president, Bishop William C. Martin, Dallas; secretary, Bishop W. Angie Smith, Oklahoma City,' Western Jurisdiction: president, Bishop Jamea C. Baker, Los Angeles; sec. retary, Bishop Glenn R. Phillip*, Denver, Central Jurisdiction, president, Bishop Robert N. Brooks, New Orleans; secretary, Bishop J. W. E. Bowen, Atlanta. New Ewo Serviccnter Opens at Fair Haven Mrs. Fred Ungrich, I Highland ave., Red Bank, was the first customer of the new Esao Servleenter operated by William M. Howie, Jr., at the corner of River rd. and Smith at., Fair Haven. Mrs. Ungrich entered the atation soon after Mayor Edgar V. Dentse cut tha tape marking 1 tha grand opening Saturday. She received a free tank of gas and a carnation. Mr. Howie had a gift for everyone stopping Saturday. The nun received a souvenir key chain; children, a balloon, and women, a corsage. Present for the occasion Included E. J. Noll,.Fair Haven, Trenton Free Gift. Friday ft Saturday Recover* for Injury Edward A. Warren of Asbury ave., Atlantic Highlands, received a $400 settlement last wc«k in Superior court, Freehold, in a damage fiuit against the Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea company. The settlement was reached just before trial was scheduled to be- gin. It was paid as a result of injuries Mr. Warren suffered July 5, 19*6, when he slipped on a fruit pee], fell and struck hla head, while leaving the AAP store on Monmouth it.. Red Bank. AslP contended the proprietor had no knowledke of the presence of the peel on the floor. Edward W. Wise, Jr., who represented Mr. Warren, contended that even though the proprietor had no actual notice, Jf he had used due diligence he would have discovered the peel. She'll need3 fillmint "hihti&ephonej " Warm weather means more time spent out-of-doors... NIW JIMIY MIL TILIPHONI COMPANY Page ThfrieMi Heat! Your Fun' Wor* Crwmy Kocp Thorn Safe Keep Them oautiful toro Thorn In "Certified Vaults" LEON'S Slnr«m; DI-7S White St. R. II. «.*gm "Si more time needed " I to answer the Boys can niako packet mon^y by lell- Ins The tlrgintvr. Advertisement, ''- telephone when it rings. So please, don't hang up too. soon, when you make a call! Hanging up too soon is the reason why more than 79,000 telephone calls are not completed every day here in New Jersey. By waiting at least a rull minute, there would be no need to make another all and no one would be disappointed Free Gifts Friday A Saturday An Anniversary Message To Our Many Friends The owner and employees of this establishment lake this medium at a means of expressing our sincere appreciation to those who have helped make this, our'fourteenth Anniversary powible. We would like you to know that it is a pleasure to serve such fine people as you are. We pledge the same courteous, efficient service as in the past and " will strive to give you complete satisfaction at all times in the future. Once gain we thank each and every one of you lor your patronage.. PHIL WALDMAN, Prop. Even Better than it Looks! When you observe its fresh and fleet new beauty, it might seem unbelievable when we say that the 1919 I'ontiac is even better than it looks. But after. you've examined its scores of new comfort and quality features;;. after you've experienced its really exciting performance ;.. we're sure you, too, will agree that in basic goodness, it surpasses its own good looks! It's hard to believe a car so low-priced could combine theflashing iletknnt of Pontiac's new Dtyling,;. the gracious comfort of Ponliac's new Viiion-Aire interiors... and die JIIIIKWI incredible road-earing action of J'ontiap's exclusive "Travi'lux" Hide. Add to those unique attractions, the "zing"... the' einonlhnexs... the economy ami /troi'cw dependability of I'ontiac's famous improved straight eight and six cylinder engines.,. and the matchless driving enjoyment of GM Hydra-Malic WpUvidaimirtmii) and you've got something almost irre> aulible! There's no better time than now;; to see it and to plice f your order. m*mmlummiwm*vltvxmman^rin in comfortable caae unique among motor cars achieved by combining 1'onliau's new Center-Pained aeslini, softer sprincn, gentlc-flcx front suspension, new sealed airplanetype hydraulic shock ahmrhtrt and new low-pressure tint! RASSAS BROTHERS 19*21 Mechanic St. Jtctl Bunk, N. J. PICTURED ABOVE IS OUR STATION, IN THE SAME LOCATION FOR U YEARS 01-BN ONLY 1:M A. M. TO 10 P. M. SUNDAYS, 8:30 A. M. TO I P. M... WE OFFER THE FOLLOWING SERVICE.. Registered Lubrication, The New Gulf No-Nox Gas Gulf Tires c Recapping & Vulcanizing Gulfpride Motor Oil Auto Accessories + WASHING SERVICE - CARS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED. INSURED FREE * PHIL WALDMAN'S GULF SERVICE Corner Maple Avc. & West Front Street Tel. R. B Red Bank, N. Ji


15 THE NEW, MODERN AIRPORT INN SHREWSBURY AVENUE, AT RED BANK AIRPORT Everyone's Invited To Attend Don't Miss It! Everything It new! You'll be amazed at the difference! However, the same friendly atmosphere still prevails and your favorite chef and bartenders will be here to ser»e you. In addition to our large variety of food and drink* we have a new clam bar. Yes, we are now equipped to serve yon better than our usual best! Stop in and say hello. ' * YOUR FAVORITE CHEF, JOHN, IN THE KITCHEN LOU AND BILL, YOUR HOSTS, BEHIND THE BAR LARGE, NEW BOOTHS TO ACCOMODATE GROUPS & DANIEL DONDI IN YOUR NEW HOME ELDRIDGE A. BROWER WILLIAM GUYON Supplied and Installed Tile MORRIS PLATE GLASS CO. Supplied Windows and Mirrors JOHN MORROW ARCHITECT 2Otf OOLEMAN 'AVE. LONG BRANCH 67 MONMOUTH ST. RED BANK PAINTING AND PHONE LONG BRANCH 6J560.M PHONE RED BANK &1O63 INf ferlor DECORATING Locust Point Road Locust, N. J. TELEPHONE ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS M560 Kitchen Equipment & Booths Supplied By JAMES F. COLLINS & CO ESTABLISHED 389?, %> Riverside Ave. Oeeanpoff TELEPHONE EATONTOWN J William S. Schucker ROOFING CONTRACTOR Rumson Road & Prospect Ave. Little Silver, New Jersey TELEPHONE RED BANK Mulberry Street Newark 2, IV. J. HOWARD MEYER LOCAL REPRESENTATIVES: PAT CORBETT i Asbury Park R Allenhurst KLARIN'S We Supplied the. Wallpaper MONMOUTH ST. PHONE RED BANK RED BANK Jersey Central Appliance Co. Installed Refrigeration '" 76 MONMOUTH ST. RED BANK BRANCH STORKS: U Memorial Parkway 701 Main»U LONG BRANCH AHHIJRV 1'ARK M K. Main 8t. FRKKIIOLD WILLIAM A. FLUHR INSTALLED OIL BURNER Distributor of Texaco Petroleum Products White Rd. & Railroad, Little Silver TELEPHONE RED BANK

16 REO BASK REGISTER, MAY S, Mother's Day is Sunday! Remember Her with a Special Gift Have Her Initial Embroidered Without Cost On all Utica Sheets and Cases Miraculous Swiss machines make a beautiful two and one-quarter-inch Needlecrest letter that looks like hand-embroidery! Watch trained technicians operate these amazing: machines in the Linen Department of our Asbury Park store! Just one of many features of our May White Sale! Utica Beauticale Sheet* and Catct i 72x108" Sheets x108" Sheets x108" Sheets x38i/ 3 " Cases 1.19 Type 200. Finest combed yarn percale. Utica Muslin Sheeti mid Cotes 03x108" Sheets x108" Sheets x108" Sheets x108" Sheets lx«9" Sheets x36" Cases 74c Type 140. Heavy duty inuiliu for long wear. Mohawk, Mwlin Sheen and Catet 63x99" Sheets x99" Sheets 2,69 72x99" Sheets x3^" Casea 69e Type 132. Medium service-weight muslin. Kcc'diecrctt initial emlirdulcrcd ffclt of charge in pattcla or. white. Beautiful 3-lcttei: monogram, ooc extra ALSO ASBUJtT PARK SPECIAL PURCHASE! Pearl** Necklaces by Richelieu Never before lias Richelieu offered such fine quality pearls at such a little price! Choose one to live strands with handsome rhinestone clasps. A gift Mother will cherish! 3.98* ALSO IN ASBURY PARK Plus Tax. "Simulated Close-Cropped Sportleigh Briefer Perfect companion for every occasion... for travel, vacation or' city wear! Tailored of soft virgin wool with rayon lining gun inn teed fop the life of the coat. White, pink, red, black. 8 to 16; Suiiback Bolero Dress 5.98 Cool comfort for summer marketing, play hours or nrouiid-thc-house! Plaid cotton by Modern Classic. Button-back, ruffled skirt... and a brief bolero! Tan, blue or green, 12 to IS. BUDGET SHOP-Mezsanine DELIGHT HER WITH FINE HOSIERY..4 Berkshire Nylace Nylons Cob-web sheer, yet wonderfully long-wearing because of their special non-run mesh construction! Made by Berkshire in clear, lotely Spring shades. Sizes 8% to 11., < ir 1J65 IF SHE LOVES LUXURY... A TextronNylmSlip... A perfect gift" for Mother ig this y tailored-to-ftt white slip that is every inch nylon... including the dainty embroidery on bodice and hem. 12 to Warm weather is picnic time for moths! STORE YOUR FURS NOW Our 79 years of reliable.service»t OIL- Shore assure you. the very tinesl cure and protection for your furs! Storage iu our refrigerated vaults gives you complete protection against moths, lire and theft. CALL FOR A BONDED MESSENGER: RED BANK ASBVRY PARK LONG BRANCH SPRING LAKE FUR STORAGE, Red Sank and Asbury Park STEINBACH Iroad Street COMPANY Red lank FOR HER HOURS 'AT THE BEACH. Koret Straw Basket Sag Such a clever way for her to tote her belongings this summer! Big and roomy with a sturdy straw base aud cotton top in star or mermaid print. Slide fastener opening and special sip* pered compartment for sunglasses, license ani keys. Navy, rei), white *Plui Tax

17 RED BANK REGISTER 7 Cents H COM VOLUME LXXI, NO. 45. RED BANK, N. J., THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1949 SECTION TWO PAGES 1 TO 16 JERSEY SHORE BASEBALL geta under way Sunday. In Red Bank, the Tovrtiers meet Freehold. John P. llulvihill, 8r., again head* the loop, which this year comprise! ten teams. Red Bank's other entry, The Rangers, visit Freehold's Guliitans (or the opener. MAJOR JOE BENNETT, Fort Xonmouth's baseball manager, had us back in the army for about an hour Monday. Eating army meis and talking about "those better days" when Joe's Pirate park was the big ipdrta attraction In Red Bank was pleaaant. Much more so than seeing hla charges uncork a cue of flrit Inning jitters in their rainedout opener against the Towners. In the prem bos was AH D«4e, Breokdja Dodger stoat. He was Interested! seeiag what Leo Mass* Might have la tb* way of talent. Leo played for let Bank kick last year. Art's a reutlve of Fair Havea's Everett Smith. He covers the Eastern seaboard from Trenton Np to Mew York state. The Slgnaleers meet Long Branch's Green Sox tonight on the post diamond. In this regard, baseball fans in 'his area have the opportunity of enjoying free of charge 21 more night games. Honmouth has an excellent Held. It's well-lighted and has ample seating space. From our notes on the game: Art Straub, Signaleer southpaw, throws a ball that looks like It's coming Into the plate by way of Rumson,., The way Gen. Lanahan whipped in the ball to start things off, Monmouth's commander must have apent a little time on the diamond hlmtelf... The Towners' Jimmy Taylor still insists on trying to hit to right field. Wonderful when it works it It ever does. DeRidder Team Gets Bowling Trophy DeRidder's Buick team, winners of the ls-team Red Bank Businessmen's Bowling league, were feted Monday night in Molly Pitcher hotel at the annual dinner dance. Edgar "Dink" Allen, captain of the squad, (third from left) receives the first-place trophy from Amory Osborn, league president. Team members, besides Allen, are, left to right, Stanley Savage, Ken Jeffrey, Michael J. Arnone and Mike Arnone. Next is John Stobte, president-elect of the loop, then State Senator J. Stanley Herbert, bowling enthusiast, who served as toastmaster at the banquet. DICK MORAN Is at Garden State race track, having been named trainer for Irving Kirschbaum's Caroline K. stabler We're glad to hear about Koran's getting this position, oni of the better posts available In this section. With SI years' eiperienoa la the horse gaate, he b particularly tuallned for the Job. ype hope hell be paying frequent visits to the winner's circle. With Bold Bird, Glided Hour and Joy C heading a string of seven at Catnden, maybe hell soon be making such trips. Dick began as exercise boy for Greentree stable at a time when that famed outfit was outstanding in the nation.. He was jockey for awhile, later opening a public stable. When horse racing returned to Jersey, he trained his own thoroughbred!. A native of these parts Oceanport was the spot we're glad to aee him on the move up. Caroline K'st stables are located on Sunrise turkey farm, Belford, although the string works out at Brookdale. AMERICAN LEGION JUNIOR baseball begin In Red Bank the put Sunday when Coach Vallee DeFacio had 22 charges working out at Red Bank high's athletic field. Choice of Vallee as coach Is a wise one. It offers proof that Commander Harry Boskey's promise to Im provs administration of the youngsters' ball club Is materialising. Because DeFatlo must make a living like the rest of us, hell not be able to attend every game. Hours for games and for Ms postofllce Job conflict. When he Is thus occupied evenings, Ottmar Phillips will manage the team, assuring that transportation and such Items.'will be available once the schedule begins. The Legion Juniors will open Memorial day. If they have as sue cesaful a year as '48, Red Bank should be mighty proud of them. We hope Shrewsbury post members and the public in general support ths boys by attending at least some of their home games. PLOWING UP THE FAIRWAYS: Golf ssaion Is here, make no doubt... The past week-end found divot diggers flocking to every course at the shore... The report that Monmouth Park Jockey club will buy Old Orchard has been branded'as false by Jack Ktely, treasurer of the Eatontown country club... Forsgate Golf club closes each Monday. Members are prohibited from playing; or using the clubhouse. It's the employees' and caddies' day. Dave Cardan, former assistant to Johnny Farrell at Battusrol, Is at Bumson Country club. He succeeds Jim Martyn, who now operates a successful soda water distributorship in Ms home town Brewster, N. Y.... A lot of the goullag fraternity visited Jumping Brook Country dab Satlddy night. Joseph, who formerly ran the eatery on Monmouth rd, has the concession at Jumping Brook. Lady golfers at Old Orchard began their season Thursday, which will continue being ladies' day at that layout. Mrs. Doria Rudnlck is chairman of the active ladies' golf committee at that club... Donald 8. Andrews shouldn't be surprised if he finds that Rumson's golf committee gives his handicap a cut. He made a clean sweep of the weekend's sweepstakes, taking Saturday's with and Sunday's with W-2M1. George V. Coe, Jr., had the week's best round at the fashionable Bumson course, a Howland B. Jones chimed In w>th S to take second place behind Andrews In Sunday's play... Jack Welsh, George Sullivan's assistant the put couple years, Is assistant at Forsgate... Shore Golf league pros will meet In a aouple weeks to arrange this year's tournaments. That group provedto be a big help to shore golf. They play pro-amateur tourneys every two week*... Dave Elphlck Is getting things rolling at Beacon Hill golf club. The picturesque Leonardo course has IS new member. TMngs start popping, socially and athletically, at a charcoal broiled steak dinner a week from tonight Rumson Country club has a new first tee. It's located to the right of the former tee, under the big tree, Raised, it makes a better golf hole... Pat Anacon showed mid-season form Saturday at Old Orchard. Had The Savage brothers, Tony and Stan, playing good golf. They make a combination that's tough to neat... Old Orchard's looks, by the way, greatly Improved. The pond behind the first tee has been bulkheaded and a neat walkway built. Mkablc Jack Irwin has been feeding the ducks. The feathered merchants are domesticated now, thanks to his attentions, and make a pretty picture as they float around. INCIDENTS AND INCIDENTALS: Lehlgh university's board of athletics has announced that a swimming trophy in memory of 19-yearold James Gravany, who died a few weeks ago, will be placed in competition this fall. Gravany was a swimming star at Blair academy before going to Lehlgh. His dad, a theater owner. Is a candidate for Keansburg's council... Red Bank Businessmen's Bowling league dined Monday at Molly Pitcher. The Red Bank Bowling Center City league dines a week from tonight at Oceanport Inn... J. C. "Jace" Oelaney opened his bar on Fulleh's dock, Sumson, Sunday. Among new items Is a television set 'Tia a peaceful spot to watch baseball game*, the Shrewsbury river being under and around you... Friends of BUI "Bud" Boyd wondering If his "reformed" life of "early to bed" and such means he Is In early training for the football season. Swimming Coach Jim Rellly Is slated to hold forth at Deal casino this summer... Leo Durocher's most recent troubles gained him friends in this section he never before bad. Though we personally don't liks him as Giant manager, we join In the popular sentiment that he shouldn't bo victimized on a bum. rap... Most patient woman in the world is Mrs. Ella Mae Davis of Newark, who last week was granted a divorce. Her complaint: "Her husband went clam-digging at Oceanport In May, 1909, and hasn't come back yet" Eddie Macklln, star toastmaster and Broad st. wit, greeted a fellow member of the Boot Beer and Checker club as follows: "You look like a million dollars. Green and wrinkled"... BUI O'Brien, the swimming champ's dad, says word In Florida had It that next year's A.A.U. national swimming championships will be held at Princeton university's excellent new pool. That Mould be a great break to many localltes who would like to see Maureen In action In a blr time event The Sports.Register appreciates a letter received from Fhilllpao E. Greene, a Register reader since And we agree that Stew Van- Vllet's hunting and flailing column Is excellent,., Just learned that we've been misspelling Walt Trevors' name these past couple years. He's Red Bank Catholic's ace catcher... Lou Jacoubs, Red Bank high's assistant football and track man, at Yale university's grid clinic... Don't think the column ever congratulated Bill Pazicky on his appointment as River st. principal, Best of luck, William. Roy Cotton, YilMU7.A. executive secretary, has asked Little Sliver's mayor and council for use of that borough'* playground. The Y's Softball league fell slightly ajar last summer due to financial difficulties, Red Bank high's Held must be rented-. and that means cash.., Rumor that Kay Bolger was at Jacey Delaney's opening has been scotched. The resemblance ended at the proboscis. Seeing Georgo dune pecking at a can of sardines, Charlie Meeker cracked: "Hmm. Out for a ahoro dinner, eh?".., Daniel Dondl, Dl- Magglo rootor, has his. grand oponlng of Airport inn Satlddy night, These openings keep a follow busy and dizzy... Peto Egan, who was supposed to work in Camden's mutuel department, Saturday suffered a B«artattack> BOHiUNGJ RED BANK BUSINESSMEN'S LEAGUE FINAL STANDING De Rldder Buick 62 Cratc'n Beverages S3 37 Airport Inn Sherwood's Sporting Goods... r>0 40 Phil'a Atlantic Service Max'«Bar Baird-Davlion _ Crllll Oimntraction Co I.M>'I Shell Station Twin Diner Sul'«Barber* Stoblc'a Bar 4'S 47 Boncoro's Tailors Sn!'n Tavern Globe Motor* 35 Acerra/i Bar 28 INDIVIDUAL G E. Allen 87 F. Palatldrimo 84 H. Cage 8S D. Wean 89 M. Collo K Jff ll 82 K. Jeffrey 90 T. Andrettl 75 P Andrettl S. Poaten i. Coata D A i. ata 90 D. Arnon* 73 i. Manaroppi J. Stoblo 83 H. Kull _ 71 F. Murcello 89 P. Albrecht 88 J.' Hobko 94 W. gchroeder 85 H. Canonlco 86 B, Aycm 89 J. M»dll»ky 84 M. Arnone 86 H. Ho ikin» _ 87 R. Gentile C Mt»ll«e«lo Gollno R. Fischer SI F. Scaccia 83 B. SOUIIO 83 O Dh 80 O. Dohrn V. DeFatit) ~._-»1 A- O»b«««T. Itso 89. R. Cltarella 83 B. Cook F. Ufayett 78 G. Fiiaro 74 C. Bruno 80 H. (ircenwood E. (Selle 00 J. Cleary F. Cantlllee. 84 h. Smith 83 B. Worden 80 AVERAGES HG H3G AVE S ) >3!> K * S SIS w. f «.:i FSr. ac. k... 1 EM.. L. smock::::. A. Caimonl. p- &. J. Turnock i Acerra Schneider. J, rvi8 Wide E. WtaMtt B. Apptessto. T. Tomanlnl I,. Noclerlo?! Hi <ltw 22S «r l M.II S.6I B 238 ( Hi ( » S33 """ ""' ' ] » 221 SBS B D :'. 6EB R ' 154 BOWLED LESS J. 7'uttlo R. Pcarce P. Acerra G. Colmorgen - E. Conovcr W, Van Brunt.. P. Ambroaio... T. Arnone J. Gentile, 1. Sardella M. J. Arnone... W. Datey A, Qulmby J. Genoveae... A, Malcino R. Lanfranlc. V, t)avlaon... B. MHTZA L. Ljucieano «... P. Bruno J. FcrKunon P. Zambrnno... BOWLED LESS D. McCuo B. Parker W, Schuckcr P. Smith V. Moyes T. Rinci W. Foderaro E. Warden... L. Hendrlcks... J. Romano H. KnlfTen... A. Wymba... S. Uio -. W, McCaffrey. THAN 60% S« , « THAN S OF GAMES DID 1SI B i! I>6 li'j.u S GAMES E li G.2O H TO 8ET FIRST NIGHT GAME The Red Bank Rotary club is arranging for two buses to take the' Rotarians and friends to the first night baseball game at New York this season. The scheduled game will be between the Yankees vs. Cleveland Tuesday, May 17. Buses will leave Danny Dondl's airport inn at 5:50 o'clock. Rotarlana will have first choice for seats in the buses, and the remaining tickets will then be offered to members of the Lions and other local service clubs. Rotarlan Bill Sherwood ia taking care of the reservations nnd he can be contacted at Red Bank BOYS' CLUBS WANT GAMES Tony Cardner, manager and coach of two junior baseball teams n Atlantic Highlands, Is anxious to book games with other county teams. Interested teams can contact Cardner at his barber ahop on Mount *v«, Atlantic Highlands, SURF, FIELD AND STREAM Timely Notes On The Great Outdoors BY *TEW VAN VUET "STEW" REPORTS Ialamorada, Via., Apr- 30. "HI, mister, could you tell a guy where he could catch a sky climbing leaping Lena or perhaps see a bone tailing over the flats? We have driven over 1,600 miles just to be able "Blew" VanVlIet to l Jf lnt ". B0. n1e of these highly prized piscatorial tinners and so far all we have caught U grunts." This query was addressed to a Key native, who was driving an old jalopie with a couple of Burma cane fishing poles strapped on top. "Shure, son," he replied. "About SO miles on down the road and you will see them 'rolling'." So SO more miles we go, and sure enough, they were "rolling" and smacking and raising all Harry, but do you think they would pay bur. beautiful assortment of lures a tumble? Not on We would lay the darn things same type report comes Roxey's, Highlands. Tom a'thrill out of seeing their bis; eyes In the spotlight beam and hearing them burst the water wide open. Today la another day and we are'heading for the bone flah flats, but will probably settle for gruntc. Which all adds up to just one thing you got to know your stuff. The flsh are here by the thousands, and all that it take* to catch them is what we are going to do our darndest to try and nnd out before we leave for home. The you heard just then was the flit gun bombing some thousand sand files. The little rascals are so darn small you can hardly see them, but, brother, how they can bite! My office at present is a little trailer nestling in a palm grove overlooking the emerald green South Atlantic. It is located five miles south of Tavernler on Plantatlon Key, and the attractive camp site is called "The Beachcomber" and i«run by Vic and Kay Humphrey> Speaking of beachcomber you wouldn't recognize your reporter if you should see him in broad daylight. In only a matter of two or three days he has developed into a pretty hard looking beach comber. It wouldn't take very much urging for him to remain this way for the rest of his life. When we get home we hope to try and tell "you-all" (notice the Southern accent) how you can enjoy some of this wonderful life without straining the family bank account to trft breaking point. Fireworks When it comes to putting on a real thriller, Bill Frank is a past master. It was 1 o'clock in the morning and black as pitch. We were fishing the Islemorada channel and the big bruisers were smacking all over the lot. Then it happened. The heavens let lose a shower of sparks auch as we never had witnessed before. One minute it was dark and the next Instant it was as bright aa day. BUI had cast his lure over the high tension wires which run ' parallel to the highway and in so doing his wire leader caused- a short circuit. At Fowler's Carrlbee yacht basin we met Mr. and Mrs. Lea UcClees. Lea has brought his cabin cruiser Dolphin down here from West Palm Beach for a go at kings and bones. Another day- has rolled around and we,arc beginning to'flnd out what it is all about. Bill tagged two tarpon last night. He failed to land them, but got a thrill out of their jumps. In about ten minute* we are shoving off for Marahon..This is more or less of a scouting expedition, as wo are anxious to give Bahla Honda channel the once over. Bass Waking Vp From Roxy's landing, Highlands, comes word that boss are Anally waking up on the river. Richard Mullar of Hoboken brought home a four and one-half pounder Sunday, and Jack Hartagrovo or Newark bagged a seven iind one-half and a four and onehalf. Johnnlo states that floundor nshing la excellent. Brio Carlson Md»w«tt BWanion, Upper Moat-. clair, brought In 75 Sunday. Also in that section, eelers are making spectacular hauls. The from Bhannon led the anglers in bass catches, getting three. The largest was a four and one-half pounder. Rodney Ulmann was credited with a catch of 37 flounders and a party of Ed Rowland, Fred Salt and Al Hermann brought back A3 foundera. (While Stew VanVlIet is on vacation his column will befilled by guest columnists). This week's contributor is Bill Lyman. Memories of North I'nlnt-Barnegat Inlet Prior to It seerm only a few years ago, in the memory of a lot of Hshermen, that you could make the trip to North Point and be sure of a good catch of flsh. The trip itself was something to talk about, as the day of the "beach bug" had not arrived, and it was necessary to go by boat, or take the long way around rail to Barnegat City, and have a commercial fisherman ferry you across the inlet. Accommodation! were not so easy to And and you were obliged to take a tent'along, or perhaps rent a houseboat, if you were lucky enough to And one vacant, There wag one well of good water, thanks to one of the old timers, and provisions for your stay were taken along, as appetites were always keen. The best time of the year for blues, weaks, croakers, channel bass, fluke and stripers began when the mullet started South, about Sept. 10, and the sight of these small flsh trying to dodge the larger flsh in the ocean and an occasional man on shore with a cast net was something to behold, At times blueflah would chase the mullet out of the undertow and up the beach, so the mullet would be left high and dry when the wave receded. Blues and weaks were much larger than today, generally speaking, and every evening about sunset, one could be assured of some real sport for a couple of hours. Now that we have an Improved road within a mile of the inlet, and the present owners of the property allow holders of permits to travel over it from Sea Side Park, it Is not uncommon to see fishermen lined up along the beach as far as one can see in either direction. The difference between today's Ashing and what It was years ago Is the site of the flsh and the number caught. The question is often asked: What has become of the schools of croakers and weaks that came along the Jersey shore for so many years? Surely the surf casting fishermen have not depleted the enormous schools that frequented our shores. Bill Lyman. Those desiring copies of the 1949 tide table may obtain them by calling at the business office of The Register. The annual spring coon hound field trial will be held Sunday, May IS, by the Monmouth County Coonhunters association on Petlner brothers' property. It Is located two miles south of South Amboy. Travel directions are: turn off highway 9-4 opposite Blodgett's restaurant on Freehold-South Amboy highway, Cheesequake. Follow the field trial arrows. Money from the trials Is used to restock the woods with raccoon. Wild coon from Florida were released by the association in March. Capt. Paul Himbei' of Highlands reported IS bass catches weighing from three to flvo pounds apiece. Among the locals to bag good catches were Bill Johnson of Rntnson and John Parmly, Sea Bright. First blacmlsh of the year were reported taken from Deal pier this week-end, Though surf fishing has been slow, anglers at Bradley Beach are turning In good reports. FLAN PAROCHIAL MEET The Monmouth County Parochial School league will hold a track meet Thursday, May 26, at Red Bank high school athletic field. Adam A, Kretowicz, Red Bank Catholic high school athletic direc tor, will bo In charge. Plan3 for the event will be announced next week. Boy* e«n mika pockit money by nil. Sf Tas!Usiit»r,-tAdVMtiiismk Bues Lose, 10-9, To Manasquan La«t Inning Rally- Proveg Iii»iifficient Red Bunk high baseball team has reverted to the style expected of them in pre-sea«on predictions. Playing host to Manaaquan high Tuesday afternoon, the Bues suffered their fourth defeat, 10 to 9. Rej Bank has won four names, three of them Conference tilts. At present they stand in a tie for eighth place In the ls-team Conference. Coach Tom Phipps' lads almost pulled the game out of the flre In their last time at bat. Going into the seventh with the count 10 to 6 against them, lied Bank narrowed the count to its final margin. With one out Tom Osborne rapped out a plnch-htt single. Vince "Bones'" DIPonte quickly followed with another single and Maroon and White stock took a decided jump. Tom Romard filed out for the second out, hut Charlie Bruno was hit by a pitch to cumpletely populate the sacks. Walt Stearns cleared the bases with a prodigious triple to bring the tally to 10 to 9, but Alvin Grlggs, Red Bank hurier, failed in his effort to tie up the ball game for himself by lifting a pop-up to shortstop. Manaaquan picked up 11 hiu off Origgs, one more than Red Bank collected. Origgs was, Ironically, Red Bank's beat with the hickory. It Juat had to be that the hit most needed didn't materialize. He had three for five, Including a triple. Red Bank's defense was ragged, the Bues committing five errors. Manaaquan wasn't exactly a "tight" club, being charged with five miscues. RED BANK AB R H K Romanl. c Bruno, 3b 2 StenrfiB, m n Grlxxii, li....» S BaKBo, lb 4 W«rt, 2 b _.. 4 Smith, If..: s Forter _ I Gambacorto, of _ 2 Oftborne - 1 White o Acerra, rf 2 DlPontl, cf. _ 2 ANASQUAN '* AB R H E Laraon, 8b Kenney, If Hohrman, St., p MorKan, 11., M. : Keith, rf _ COM, rf 1,10 0 Brower, ef 1 * 1 0 Bruen, lb, Smcaton, 2b. _ _ Clayton, e...._ Pollakt e...«. Sill F«nn«f for Smith In 7th. Slniled for Gambacorto In 71*. Ran for Gambacorto in 7th. Manaiquan Red Bank » Players Guests Of Exchange Club All-Star Teams Attend Yankee Game Red Bank Exchange club was host Sunday to members of the All-Star and Neptune high school basketball teams, the outfits which performed In the club's annual benefit game for the county Red Cross. Handling arrangements for the club president, Dr. Ray DeCarlo. was Frank J. Pingitore, Red Bank high athletic director, and Charlie Bruno. The players traveled to New York city In a chartered bus, viewed the New York-Boston game at Yankee stadium and were guests of the club at dinner. Making the trip with the players were Coach Russ Coleman and Coach Joe Dixon of Neptune, Coach Arch Shaw of Atlantic Highlands, All-Star coach; Mr. Pingitore and Mr. Bruno. Camera Returns To Asbury Ring Armory Show Set For Saturday Night Primo Camera, former world's heavyweight boxing ch.tmp. will oppose Big Chief Little Wolf Saturday night In wrestling matches at Asbury Park's armory. 'Da Preem'a" tremendous drawing power among grunt and groan enthusiasts has broken attendance records in all cities throughout the country. Camera was a wrestler before he entered boxing. His ambition is to become world's heavyweight wrestling champ. Special seating arrangements are being made by Promoter Roland J, Hinis for this week's show. Another record crowd is expected, since the big man> previous appearances in the strore city evoked considerable Interest. Three other bouu round out the night's card. The first match goes on at 9 p. m. 2 More Racing Days Given Monmouth Park Monmouth Park this week was granted two additional racing days for the 1949 meeting, making their season, which begins June 17, a 47- day affair. The State Racing commission albo granted Carden State track an additional five days, which will be added at the end of the fall meeting. This gives the Camden track a SO-day season, the longest permitted by state law. The setup leaves Now Jersey with a 14- day lapse In racing. Camden's season began Tuesday and will run until Msmorial <!*/.. SPORTS SCHEDULE THIS AFTERNOON Rurmon at. it?<l Hank Catholic TONIGHT Long Branch Gu-on Sox at Furt Monmouth. TOMORROW Krrchnld at Rcl Bank Hl(th. iu»i Hank Catholic al M- Rote. Atlantic HiKhlamU at Leonardo. Jfumflon at Alntnivnn. SUNDAY KrerhuM at' hv.l Hank Towncrn. lu'il Hunk»i Gulistan*. I4!>jiii!rf!o Kicl«l clulj at Long Branch mncralit. West H*.-lmar Illarkhawkn at Keaniburtc A. C. Adclphla at IMmar V. V. W, TUESDAY Freehold «t }!< <! Hank Catholic. Kryporl at Kid Hank Hish. Kiimnon at I«onardo. Atlantic Hlifhlancls at Lakewood. Caseys Win, Lose In Week's Play Take Lukewuod, 15*1; Lose, 3-2, at Trenton n«d Bank Catholic high school's CasnyH Friday visited Lakewood to singe a 15 to 1 rout, but they tasted bitter defeat Monday at Tren ton Catholic when they were no.jed out 3 to 2. Eddie Bahr threw a two-hitter at Trenton, hut his work went for naught. The victors' three runs came in the opening Inning and from that point on, Bahr was the master of the situation. Only difficulty was that his mates were experiencing just as much trouble with Trenton's pitching. They collected but three hits. Trenton gained Its runs on two hits, an error nn<l a pair of walks. After thnt Bahr settled down to go through a tight pitchers' battle with a trio of Trcntonian hurlers. Things were much different Friday in the City of Pines. Lakewood committed an even dozen errors as the Caseys combined to nick Plner pitching for seven safeties, including a triple for Joe Madura, who had a nifty day at the plate, collecting three for four. Aaron Kabak took the mound for Lakewood, leaving after four Innings with a sore arm. The Oaseys took a 2 to 1 lead at that juncture, erasing the one run posted by the losers in the opening session. TRENTON 1BIH I Wriitht. 2b., s o 0 0 Scarpm. lb Kinsley, 11._ Hranfleld, cf Ourcnnln. 3b.. Sill Kokiet, If «2 O I 0 Rlcclanl. na _..._. 2 O 0 0 Muichall, c...._ 1 O 0 Feldenier, j>,.., 1 0 Walukluwlci, n Matmkl. i RED BANK CATHOLIC AB R H McCoy. If NaUKhton, 3b Bahr, _ Madnre, lb Kcrriican, cf 'I'rcvoru, c Mannlnif. rf 2 10 Griffin, 2b. -. I O 0 Conklin. aa 2 O 1 Hanlon ~2 1 ~t Batted for Griffin in 7th. Ked Bank Catholic Trunlon Catholic ) O I I 1 I x «Lakewood Takes Red Bank, 7-3 BUC'B Three-Run Lead Vanishes With Foster Although Red Bank high's Buc caneers jumped off to a first inn ing 3 to 0 lead, Lakewood high's baseball team Friday out-lasted Coach Tom Phipps' charges to win, 7 to 3. L«rry Westervelt, the_ Plnera' able chucker, limited Red Bank to three hits, one of which supplied the Bues' only scoring. It was a tremendous clout, a four-master, which dunl liume Walt Stearn«and Tom Romard, who had drawn walks. Pete Foster was Red Bank's mound artist and he exited in the third due to wildness. Going well up to that point, he issued four passes in that Inning to force in Lakewood's first run. His replacement, "Bucky" Moran, was promptly tagged for a double, which sent in the tying uns. Westorvelt scored the fourth run, coming in from third on a ground-out. From there on it was simply a case of Red Bank not being able to cope with Westervclt's hurling. LAKEWOOD AB B Kabak. 3b - 1 I Hooper, 2b.,... 1 White, cf 2 Gluck, c 3 A. (iuldo, If 3 Kurinsky, 2b., 3b.... Red Bank Bowlers End Season With Dinner Dance DeKidder Buick Team Awarded League Trophy; For Fint Place Members of the Red Bank Businessmen's Bowling league concluded It«season Monday night' with their annual dinner dance in the ballroom of the Molly Pitcher hotel. Amory Osborn, president of fh» league, opened the ceremonies by welcoming all bowlers and their guests. He then introduced and thanked the officer* who had worked with him the past year. These Included John Stoble, vie* president; Paul Albrecht, secretary, and Mlllard. Aumack, treasurer. President Osborn introduced and turned the proceedings over to the toastmaster, State Senator J. Stan; ley Herbert. He In turn Introduced the officers for the season, president, John Stoble; vice president, Fred Jones; secretary, Paul Albrecht, and treasurer, Edgar "Dink" Allen. Mr. Herbert presented the league trophy to the winners, the DeRid. der Buick team, composed of Allen captain, Stanley Savage, Ken Jeffrey, Michael Arnone and Mlk* Arnone. The team also received the championship certificate of the American Bowling congress. - Dr. Morgan Colio received a, smoking stand for having the high individual series score of the season. The checks of the Monmouth County Bowling association wera) awarded to winners by outgoing President Osborn. The team*' standing at the end of the season follows: 1 DsRiddff Buick. I Crate'a. 8 -Airport Inn. 4 Sherwood'!. 6 Phll'a Atlantic 6 Max'. Bar. 7 Balrd-Davlion. 8 Cirllll, 0 Lw'a Shell Station. 10 Twin Diner. 11 Sal'a Barben. 12 Stoble'a Bar. 13 Boncore'a Tailors. 14 SU'a Tavarn. 1» Globe Motor!. IS Acerra'a Bar. The first flve teams were award* ed $1 for each game won and tkt other teams received 110 (M«V' :.' * Other cash awards were w foti lows: single high team game, Leo's Shell Station; three high Uaift games, De&kUUr mrm HTl tilua individual average, Allen; Mcond high individual average, Frank Palandrano; third high individual average, Howard Gage; first high Individual game, Walter Schroeder; second high Individual game, Joo "Smoky" Costa; third high individual game, Colio; low gama, Tony Boncore; first high Individual aeries, Collo; second high individual series, Harry Hopkins, and third high Individual series, Palandrano. Members of the league who received honorable mention for bowling all games were Jeffrey, Sam Posten, Costa, Joe Hobko, Ernest Geile, Walter Dohrn, Robert Worden, Jim Acerra and Boncore. The affair was concluded with the presentation of the gavel to the new president, John Stoblt. eorge, SH '. Schlaatl, lb EllaHon, rf....» Work RED Romard, u.. Kruno, 3b «3 Stcarm,»» 3 lltmao, lb. 3 Weat. 2b. - 3 Smith, If 2 Gumbncorto, rf a Actcra, rf 0 BANK CATHOLIC AB R H l l, l Morn!!, li UlPonto Batted for Kabak In 6th. Batted for West In 1th. Midilletowu Gets Golf Driving Range The Hill and Dale Golf driving ange owned by Andy Sikora of Highlands and Paul Bova of. Mlddletown opens Saturday In Middletown township, Located oft Route 35, the range _ between McGulre'a grove and Fair View cemetery. It covers 12 acres, has 24 toes and parking space for 715 cars In Its driveway, It will be open day and aight. Both partners are professionals and will [!v«jewons by appointment. Freehold Belts Leonardo, 244) Stage Big Upset. As Lauer Is Clipped Freehold high school baseball team uncorked the year's biggest sports surprise Friday at the county seat when It lambasted Leonardo high, 24 to 0. The Colonials racked up IV hits 1, including nine they got from the Lion pitching ace, Ted Lauer. Ira Matthews, the county seat's most promising hurier, meanwhile limited the Lions to two hits. It was Leonardo's first defeat in Conference play, and it came as a shock to the defenders of the Shot* own. Coach Arnie Truez was forced to insert five Leonardo hurlers after Lauer left In the third Inning with the count 10 to 0 against him; The Colonials were just as rude tft his replacements, belting everything and taking advantage of sis Lion miscuei. For Coach Ed Cardner't lads K was victory No. 4 again* two dsi feats. It puts them In a tie for fourth place and boosts their stock: considerably for championslu> honors, FREEHOLD ' AB B H Ruaaell, lb kehan. 3b Ijott. rt... Hampton, If.... Ouckenfleld, cf. O'Connell,»l.. Kurdam, 2b Mjittbefri, p, , Dorf., c DIBencdctto, e. USONAftDO B. Lehman, c.... Wright, ef., if. ones, If. jauer, n,, 2b. Ward, lb, Icott, lb Koberti, rf., cf KtemlR.. r VoMermana, p., C, Lrhrnan, 2b, Lube, ff, p.... WMIIs, rf. Frlebott, <i Slcklci, 3b.. Kcelen, 3b AB I I 1 2 S 1 0 D 1 I 1 1» Troixa..» 1 M "(i T"! Batted for Slckl.a In 7th. Leonardo «0»' Vefholj._..... l l l l l l M \"

18 Page Two RED BANK REGISTEB, MAY 5, 1949 Remember The One I Who Never FORGETS! Choose Her Gift From One of Our Mauy Lovely- Suggestions Today! * SLIPS GOWNS HANDBAGS ir BEAUTIFUL HANDKERCHIEFS SHE'LL ADORE LOVELY HOSE! 51 Gauge 45 Gauge All Silk Mosh Large Selection of Blouses, Gloves and Scan* CARROLL HOSIERY SHOP Cor. Broad & Monmouth Su. Red Bank j UVMTVFE RASS SH IIMMINIIM^^ FEHBER SUITS CNOWI,sr t tmn n nr am Snui At. W*n't r.ttl.. Prim. lor painting. PER PAIR OIMUINC UATHM WALLET _ Wlthtam* W aurtmtnl. lor 'T\ Vm t i B < BIKE COMPASS MMTYK IMMNMt DIM. S9 Open Friday Evenings Far TKMSMV through TUESDAY em COUNTUL PLASTIC GARDEN HOSE MITO AERIAL ^GLOVES Hoist, hot, cold, n.eld. Non-klnk Non-Unkini. Nlet»l>ld pl.l.d bbra.i t Pays To Advertise In The Register > i 'ion Juniors Practice 22 Candidate* Work Under Derazio American Legion junior baseball candidates had their first workout of the season Sunday afternoon at Rod Bank high school athletic field. Tn fl two-hour Hcssion Conch Val- Ice DeFazio had 22 hoys in hind. Batting and fielding practice were the order of the day, with De- Fazio, former Texas league star. Holding a special clans on correct bunting procedure. Ottmar Phillips is managing this year's team. He will be in complete command throughout the»en;on, DeFazio finding it impossible to be present at all games, First game will be played Memorial day. Candidates are Phil Hinton, Lisk Wyckoff, Frank Kelly, Walt Trevors, Allen Stern, Alvin Griggs, Dick Keating, Frank Wist, Joe Calver, Tom Fiansconi, Larry Flannagan, Charlie Naughton, Frank Johanemann, James Werse, Vince DePonti, Wilbur Lube,.John McNeil, Tom Mehler, Tim Connor, John Garrett, Phil Baumann and Bob Warth. Auxiliary Starts 'Courtesy Inspections' In order to help the boat-owner meet existing regulations governing essential equipment for motor boats, the Coast Guard Auxiliary embarks this week on its nationwide free courtesy Inspection program. The courtesy inspection plan rendered to the boating fraternity by the Coast Guard through the C.G.A., is unofficial and ia made only upon request. Under the program, a boat-owner may request an examination of his craft by an authorized Inspector of the Coast Guard Auxiliary. If the inspected vessel meets the requirements for essential equipment as defined by the Coast Guard the boat -is awarded a C.G.A. decal, or "stamp of approval." If the craft fails to meet Coast Guard requirements, the boat's owner in given a check list of items such a* life-saving devices, lire extinguishers, or lights which must be aboard before the craft can past examination. Since the Coast Guard Auxiliary performs Its Inspection as a "cour tesy service," the unit makes. no attempt to penalize violators. Instead, the C.G.A. limits its action to recommending that skippers of delinquent craft make the changes necessary in order to meet motor boat regulation!. It Is expected, however, that violations found by regular Coast Guard inspection crews will subject boat owners to hearings and subsequent penalties. '. In the Third Coast Guard District embracing New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, and Eastern Pennsylvania Commander K. A. Cascinl, District Director of the Auxiliary, reports that the Coast Guard will conduct a "vigorous drive" this summer against viola tiona of safety regulations. He' added that boat owners wishing to have their craft inspected by the C.G.A. should make a request to the commander of the nearest flo tllla. From the same source, complete Information can be obtained on existing boating regulations. Monmouth Archers i Open Summer Season Monmouth archers opened the summer season Sunday with an outdoor shoot at the club range near Eatontown. One of the old est archers in the state is a member Ray Lehman of AsburyPark. At 81 years of age he ahoota a good average score. Others representing the club will be Leo Carllng president, Harry Gage field captain, Roy Keleigh, Lieut. Col. E. C. Johnson, Mrs. Sylvia Keleigb, Dot Burger and Miss Dorothy Dolbier. Mrs. Ella Gage, former state champion, will be out of competition for some time due to an arm injury, Toms River Stops Bulldogs, 8-3 Toms River high school visited Rumson Friday afternoon to administer an 8 to 3 whipping to Coach Joe Rosati'B Purple Bulldogs, ' Defeat came' after Rumson had started off to a first inning 1 to 0 lead. The Bulldogs couldn't get far with the four-hit pitching of Harry Tice. Arnie Green and Phil Minton, Runuon's hurlers, were tagged for 11 hits, Green being driven from the mound with one out In the third after he had given up five safeties. Monmouth County Sutr.fMi'* Offict In the matter of the estate of James Citarcllfi, deceased. Notice to creditor! to present claims sgnlnlt cstutc. Pursuant to the order of Durmsn Mi> Faddln, Surrogate of the County of Mon* mouth, made on the twelfth day of April, 194U, on the application of Mary Mnxlmovlch, executrix of the estate of James Cltarella, deceased, notice it hereby given to the creditors of aald deceased to exhibit to the subscriber, executrix ai aforesaid, their debts and demands against tht said estate, under oath, within six months from the dale of the aforesaid order, or the/ will bt forever barred of their actions therefor against the said smucrlber. Dated: freehold, N. J., April 12, MARY MAXIMOVI0H, 11 fi Oakland Street. Red Bunk, N. J, Klntsky, Gray find Klatsky, Ksqn., lied Dank. N. J. Atturnrys, Monmouth County Surr.fats'. Office. In ths matter of the estate of Albert Itunyoii, decenscd. Notice tu credlloss to lu'chcnt claims against estate. I'.icsuaiit lu the IIIIICT nt Dorninn Mch'adtlln, Surrogate of the County n[ Monnnulh, mailc un the fmirth liny of April, mm, on the application or Nlua I'cul'1 While, Sulc Executrix nt the estate ul Albert Itunyon, deucuscd, notlco Ifi hereby given to the creditors ot slid deceased to exhibit to thi subserlbsr, 1 - sole executrix, m aforesaid, their debts and demands altalnst the said estnte, under onlh, within sl> months from tht date of ths aforewnld order, or they will lie (Oliver bnnod of their actions therefor auxins', the said subscriber, Dated! Freehold, N. J,, April 4, 1tl, NINA PEARL WHITE, ' Compton Street, Bclforil, New jersey, cim, Huberts, Plllsbury, Curtnn *, Sut'onson, Atlantic Highlands, N. J.,. ' - Atlantic'Highlands Takes Manasquan Pound Out 10-7 Win; Mills Lead* Batten Atlantic Highlands high school made its bid for Shore Conference honors Friday when they belted a visiting Manasquan nine, 10 to 7. Bill O'Ncil, the Tigers' pitching star, wasn't up to the form he has shown in other games, but he had sufficient to go the distance and come out on top. When the Big piue jumped to a 4 to 0 lead in the first inning, Atlantic's hopes appeared slim. Charlie Mills led Atlantic with a three for four performance with the hickory. He garnered a double and two singles. For the loners, Leonard Morgan rapped out three singles in three official appearances for a perfect day at the platter. ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS «BIRt MicV«n«, cf., 3b 4 O. Mlll«, If» C. Mills. 3b., M. O'Neil, p Reed, *% - Hrlltiniiham, ct Schultx, rf.._ Mumford, lb. - 3 Hall. c. S Card, 2b*. - 2, :)b Konney. If Hrhrmann, M MANASQUAN AB R H E 10 Keith, if 4 Browi-r. Hi-lien, lb c f 8 Smenton, 2b. McKcown, 2b _ 2 Clayton, c Mannmiuati Atlantic Highlands x 10 Soldiers Wallop Junior College Fort Monmouth baseball nine got off to a successful start Tuesday night when they easily romped over a Monmouth Junior college nine, 10 to 2. Charlie Asbury and Ronnie Vigneault combined to toss a four hitter for Ihc soldiers. Jack Oakley started fm- the NigMhawks, and although he escaped damage in the first two innings, when he loaded the bases, he couldn't last past the sixth. Ted Murphy took over and was touched for two more runs. The collegians' only rum came in the eighth inning. Monmouth'g Opener Rained Out Monday Fort Monmouth Signalcen had a big turnout Monday night for their opening game against Red Bank Towners, but the weatherman nixed things before the soldiers could even get their licks. And it was just as well. Maj. Joe Bennett's boys exhibited a case of Jitters that resulted in five walks, two,hits, four errors, two wild pitches, a hit batsman and three stolen bases. Even John "Lassie" Mulvlhill of the Towners pilfered second, a rare feat. Bennett ia satisfied his men will settle down, however, so tonight they go alter Long Branch Green Sox. I SAVED REAL MONEY ON LAST YEAR'S COAL BILL HAKXD COM CO. 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19 NOTICE Notk. is hereby given that ^plication hai bottl made to tha Town-hip Committee of iht Township of Middle* town for m trailer license by Mrs. Anno Maxson, to be located on Osborn Avt., near Stone Church, Naveelnk, New Jersey* Public hearing will be held Wednesday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock on May 11 in, Dated: April 27, 19. HOWARD W. ROBERT8, Townlhip Clerk. SAME DAY SERVICE ON DRY CLEANING CALL RED BANK TIM Moat Modern Plant i«honmoutb County" FIFTH AVENUE CLEANERS It E. FBONT ST. BBO BANK STOBE BOVMB: A. M. to P. M. talr thro-nh Sota-doy Travel Topics BY TEBBY OVOMNELI. PANORAMIC FROOBAM Would you like to relax la a modern, c o mf ortable motor coach and drink in.the beauty of 'the Mew England country- Hide? Would you like to visit Hyde Park, Boston, Lake George and We a t Point? Would you like to stop at line hotels? Would you like to invest a mere 1169 for 8 delightful days? ' Would you like further Information on this attractive motor trip? Stop in and see your Travel Agent today. He will detail your itinerary and give you complete information about clothing, baggage, meals, money, etc. Insure a better vacation by making your arrangements through the O'DONNELL TRAVEL AGENCY, 12 Broad Street. Red Bank. Tel. Red Bank 6-S08O or The Way to Perfect Health That health is always the natural condition of man is made wholly clear in the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy. Through the thoughtful reading of this book, which contains the complete explanation of Christian Science, thousands have been completely and per* manently healed of every manner of disease. Science and Health, together with the Bible and other author* feed Christian Science literature, may be read, borrowed, or pur* chased at Christian Science Reading Room it Broad St., Bed Bank, N. J. InformationeonCcrninf church services, fretpublic lectures, and other Christian Science activiliei alto available. Music Workshop At Shrewsbury For Pre-Primary Grade Teacher* A music workshop for climrootn teachers of pre-prlmary grades 1, 2, S and 4 will bt held Monday from 1:10 to JJO at Shrewsbury Mack Is Chairman Of Committee for Fair Haven Fair Firemen Make Preparations for Annual Event Leonard Mack was named chair- borough school. This is one of a series of workshops provided for man of this year's Fair Haven firemen's fair, at a meeting of the lire in-service training of teachers. The music workshop is being arranged company Monday night at the tie by Thomas B. Harper, county superintendent of schools, and Lora chairman, William B. Little, Jr., house. Russell H. Minton is vice G. Miller, county helping teacher treasurer, and Robert Matthews, in music, in co-op-ration with assistant treasurer. Howard E. Matteson, Shrewsbury school principal and thi board of The general committee consists education. of Russell H. Minton, Herbert Hawkins, Lester England, Emil Don Gardner, music educator Jakubecy and Barney Egeland. and composer, will be the music On the advertising committee are consultant. H* will present practical suggestions and sound educa- Keppler, Herbert Conover, George Fire Chief Thomas Carlock, Fred tional procedure* for a developmental approach to music educa- B. Moxley and Alfred Bobbins. tion. George Curchin, chairman of Musical supervisor! and teachers he automobile committee, will be from all the school district- in assisted by William Robbins and Carl Jakubecy. James LaBau is in Monmouth county have been in charge of dance music. vited to attend the workshop, as well as classroom teachers from The special game committee includes Herbert Hawkins, chair- the following school districts Shrewsbury borough and town man; Harry Herold, Robert ship, Little Silver, Highlands Amendt, James Farley, Fred Russell, Jack Costello, H. Lynnwood Holmdsl township, Raritan town ship, Union Beach, Roosevelt, Sea Minton, John Wagner, Luke Pryor Girt, Atlantic township, Avon, and Carles Nunn. Roy King is chairman of th» refreshment committee and will be asauted by Leon Brielle, Fai'mingdale, Marlboro township, Monmouth Beach and Lamberson, Joseph Pryor, George Oceanport. Lang, George Moxley, William Ja- Home Nursing Forum At Hed CroM Monday afternoon at tha Red Cross chapter hquse in Shrewsbury a round table discussion was held on the subject of home nursing. It wu a Onal evaluation of the recent courses conducted by Miss Mary Donnelly, home nursing consultant of North Atlantic area, in cooperation with M.C.O.S.S. and Seton Hall college. The graduate! were allowed three points credit at Seton Hall for the cours and are qualind to teach Red Cross home nursing. The courae was arranged by Miss Harriet B. Cook education director of M.C.O.S.S. and Miss Caroline DiDonato, di rector of school of nursing at 8eton Hall. Miss Donnelly led the diacussion in which 'everyone joined and many interesting and instructive polnu wer«brought out Particularly active In the forum were Miss Winona E. Darrah, executive director of M.C.O.S.S.; Misa Harriet Cook, educational director of M-C.O.8.S.; Miss Martha Hanson, director Public Health Nursing association, Red Bank borough; Miss Frances Crouch, director ot nursing service, North Atlantic area Red Cross, and Mrs. Isabelle B. Bedle, director home nursing, Monmouth county chapter, American Re Cross. Besides those named othen present were Mrs. Elisabeth Morris, nursing supervisor, Manasquan; Miss Ruth Williams, Holmde); Miss Kathryn Cooper, Middletown; Mlsa Atlanta Bhafto, Freehold, and the graduates of the above mentioned courses: Mrs. Roslna Carotenuto, Mrs. Estelle Muzsey, Miss Gladya Chiarovallottl, Miss Ardlne Cunnane, Mrs. Helen Woolford, Misa Jean Kudlach, Miss Helen Uebhardt, Miss Julia. Petersack, Miss Eva Fhter, Mlsa Sylvia- Popansky and Miss Arlin* Jennings, Following the discussions tea was served by the Hornet Nursing committee of Monmouth county chapter: Mrs. William H. Sutphln chairman, Mrs. C. M. Tripp, Mr, Joseph Goettchlus, Mrs. Herbert Butler, Mrs. William Hollateln and Miss Mary Heller. 'Jacey' Delaney Opens Bar On Pullen'tDock J. C. Delaney's bar on Pullen's doek, Rumson, Sunday opened for the summer season. An innovation this season is the installation! of a television set. Lionel Broadbent, former headwaiter at Molly Pitcher hotel, Red Bank, is operating the kitchen. He will feature the. serving of sand-, wlches and hot platters. NOTICE Only the following printing concerns of Monmouth and Ocean Counties are entitled to use the International Typographical Union Label.... MONMOUTH COUNTY PUBLISHING CO., MOADWAY, LONG IftANCH LABEL. NO. i SCHUYLER PRESS ANGS AVINUI, AIIUIIY PARK LABEL, NO. «, LEROY PRESS IANOS AVINUI, AlfORY PARK LABEL NO. 1 KIRMS PRINTING CO. MAIN STRUT. MADLIY *swach LABJiL NO. ] KEANSBURG NEWS IACHWAY, KIANMURa LABEL NO. t ALBERT COWLING AYVIIW AVINUI, UNION IIACH LABEL NO. T MODERN PRINT SERVICE RIDSI 4TH STRUT, LAKIWOOD LABEL NO.» VAN BRUNT PRINTING CO, MONMOUTH STRUT, RID RANK LABEL NO. I (Binned) Asbury Park Typographical Union. No. 721, HERBERT R. SMITH, Pres. RED BANK REGISTER, MAY 5, 1919 xists of chairman Alfred Robbins, Caries Doughty, Lester Henderson, Michael Prikopa, James Butler, George Woodward, Harvey M. Little, Jr., Willard Emmons, John Mulvihill, Melvin Stout and James Costello. Another game committee includes John Mount, Charles P. Cross and Arthur B. Sickles. The doll game committee is made up of Roy Rosenberg, chairman, Thomas Emmons and Michael Normile. In charge of the ball game are Thomas Carlock, chairman, Charles Jloeller, Edward Porter, Arthur Whitmore, Alfred Marcellue, Oscar Becker and Donald Mc- Cue. Matthew Baden and Frank Van- Dazzle are in charge of the dance floor and the announcers are Charles Wesson, Vernon Loud and Hubert Conover. James Acker is chairman of the ice cream committee, assisted by Harry Veroncau and members of the Ladies' auxiliary. Members of the novelty committee are Jesse Mcllray, Lester Bennett, Joseph Frank and Wallace Bennett, and in charge of the "bump" game are Warren Reinhardt, Bernie Rosenberg, Carl Burnslde and Walter Morton. Wesley Crozier is chairman of the jewelry committee, assisted by Irving Predmore and Clifford Grimmer. The grocery committee Includes Arthur Davidson, Thomas Walsh and Lewis Davison. Fred Keppler is chairman of the cigar committee, and Oscar Becker of the grounds committee. In charge of the amplider advertising are Hubert Conover and Arthur Davison. The Ladles' auxiliary will run kubecy, Jr., John McCue, Jr., William Anderson, Robert VanBrunt the grab-bag and fancy goods counters. Emil Jakubecy will direct and James Connor. the purchasing and, Barney E;eland will have charge of the The new game committee con- ground prize. Blh and half aprona In wide cholca of floral pattarna. Fait color! Heavy quality Jar-ay knlta ia atyles. Regular and n Mother will cherish a gift from Reussilles' H6 Bruad Surprise Store s Rayon SATIN SUPS 1.00 '* S&. Dainty laca trim* tops and bottom. Mado lor to** 'It. Sim 31 to 40. Whlta a»d pint. Multifilament CREPE SUPS $*.»! Btautlful quality wit. rihhan Intnl. laca top* and kottoma. Wkita and pink. SUM 32 la 40. Men's SANF. TWILL WORK PANTS 2.59 Beg. Mada nlca aasu(h far drao wasr. kut plaaty strong! Cray, tsa and froon. i Matching Shirts MEN'S S-tz. DUNGAREES 1 Rag. IS.9S quality snlgrliaol Uuo donlm iun iffii with' ilppar lira. Rolnlorcad all ov*r. Reussilles' It. 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FAMOUS "LUV-LEE" AND "LADIE LASSIE" COTTON DRESSES 2 49 Keg. I2.M! A new shipment bought especially for Mother's Day and our May I'aratfe of values! All the style favorites In plaids, florals^ (tripe* and cheeks. Guaranteed fast color. Sites SI to K. Men's Long Sleeve GABARDINE SPORT SHIRTS 2 7 ' Reg. St.93 Values! Waahakla cotton gakardina aport ikirta with aapanaiva tailoring datalla. Nowoat ahadaa including "bold look" colon. Convortibla collara. All alioa. Guar- ntaad firal quality. MEN'S WHITE BROADCLOTH SHIRTS Flrat quality M-h count oanlorlitd hroadcloth ihlrta. Faoiaua "Ralianca" main. Non- tarck collara. Siua KRINKLE CREPE OR BATISTE GOWNS l -Mothir'a favorll. gowna in ona May Sal. group! Firtt quality. Floral patt«rna. R«;ular and»»lr«alaoa. Safin Stripe JERSEY GOWNS io ironing! Valu.t up to $2.50! Sitaa Jg to 42. Service Sheer NYLONS If perfect would be 91.19! 79 Full faahianod. Cotton top. and bottom.. colora. 98 BOYS' DUNGAREES and rtinlorcad for lonjcr waar. 1 Rag. $2.00 quality aanf.rli.d blua d.nlm dungaroaa with button franta. Rivatad SURPRISE STORE'S POLICY OF NO Sales Final prevail*! In this»«le as always. Shop with confldence. You murt he satisfied with your purchase or return It for exchange or money U R P RIS E /tore N0TE OVR NOTE OVR mw> A BBtf\ A l> CT ADDRESS back. O DKWMlV 9 I o ADDRESS NO CONNCOTION WITH ANY OTHCR STORI IN MONMOUTH COUNTY OPEN FRIDAY MGHTS 'TIL 9 O'CLOCK Now 51 GA.* 15 DEN. NYLONS Famous oaquialta "M.rriU" nylon...19 BB Flrat auallty' lull PR.,,,- ' t for SI Rig. 70c oach! Mada of lina whit, corab.d cotton yarna. Sm., siza.. GABARDINE SLACKS M.98 If FerfMt? Slight ofl-dyaa. Rayon itura. Zippor (lira, front.. All alus.

20 SPRING USED CAR SPECIAL BUICK, 1947, Eitalfe Wagon Exrrllent condition. BUICK, 1917, Super Canv. Co«i ie : JjOiv mileage... BUICK, 19-16, Super Srtlanctti: BUICK, 1917, Koadiiiaclt-i- Sedan Very low mileage and olrau, BUICK, 1912, Super Sedan HUDSON, 1916, 5.»as». Coupe l'ricnl for quick sale CHEVROLET, Door Sedan MERCURY, 19W. Com. Coupe PLYMOUTH, 19-tl. 1-Door-Sedan STUDEBAKKR. 1917, Commander i-door Sedan OLDSMOBILK. 191J, 98 Spoil Coupe Jl.vdraouillc > Other very good mod cars at our used car location Corner West & Moninouth Sis., DeRIDDER BUICK, Inc. Ked Bank, N. J. Phone R. BV-6-2O89 We Own and Offer: BOROUGH OF KEANSBURG, N. J. '.. Sewer 2.70% Bonds $15,000 due September 1, 1953 $10,000 due Si T lenilier J, 195* at prices to 'yie i 2.25% to maturity The Income from these bunds ID exempt from Federal Income Tax. These bonds are direct and general obligations of the Borough of Keansburjf, payable from unlimited taxes levied againtt oil : the taxable property within the Borough of Keanaburg.. Boland, Saffin & Co. 52 William Street, New York 5, N. Y. Telephone Wllitehall S-Ulf A. T. * T. Teletype NY YOUR CREDIT IS STILL GOOD FELDMAN'S Fashion Center Of Long Branch Say* All This Week On Theie Fashion Specials And Many Mere Unadvertised Values... Ladies' Spring COATS Reg. $19.95 to $39.95 SUITS R«g. $35 to $55 A Group of 155 MEN'S NOW SUITS $27AKD $37 Reg «*K $35 4- to «RK $55. - W A Group of.121. MEN'S FINE COATS Rtg. $18 to $27.50 Vte Our Convenient Credit Plan (ONLY A SMALL SIRVICk" CHARM) F ELDMAN'S fashion center 151 BROADWAY Fri. Irti. 'Til F.M, LONG BRANCH Wsher "Wolti," Gtritfm, M f. VETERANS YOU CAN BUY UP TO $1, WORTH OF FURNITURE & APPLIANCES Piy Notkiaf Down. 2 Yean T» fir WHITE furniture & Bedding Co. Monmouth County's Greatest Furniture Store ItED BANK REGISTER, MAY 5, * Monmoutk St., Bed Bask Open Friday Evening* lsj-ji» Main St., Aabur; Fark Open Wed. * Sat. Evei. fit Is to-o-o iaipormut In; a gift dnwt lor Mother Be sure'the drew you «e!m nai the famout Mine Dressier libel.'; for dimming b( t.uty - of fit and special ckarm of detail. Typical, this 'washable rayon crepe print for every hour oft spring or summer day.. navy, fern frees, grey or copper with white; sizes 37J<» to 51Jf, SIICC HIS I El laml Repair and Remodel..Now! with an F. H. A* TITLl I LOAN Keep your home in tiptop shape,.. it's one of the best Invent inenfg yon can make. No need to worry-about the cash... The Merchants Trust Co, will be happy to arrange *y convenient F. H. A, Lonn You may borrow as much as f:j,500.u0 and repay the JHH!I, orer a period of an long as 3 yearn. Consult us at your convenience. ft Pupils Make 17S Posters For Show Judge* Announced For FloHer Exhibit Displayed, at the Shrawabury school auditorium lot Friday war* 175 posters advertising the flower show to be staffed Friday, May 13, from 3 to 8 p. m. at the school. The postern, the work of pupils of ll grades, were prepared with Ibt assistance ol Howard E. MattMOB, principal, Mrs. Dorothy Lanterman and Misses Maria M. Hamm, Marha Huber, Helen C. Lang and Marion McCarthy. ' Thirty-two posters, chosen ai the best of the croup, will be displayed at vantage points an a reminder of the «how which la being sponsored by the Parent-Teacher association. Remarkable talent and a preponderance of originality and variety was shown in the display if oil paintings, water colora and. crayons. Posters selected to be displayed were by Virginia Herden, Ellen Lehtorien, Gregory Sacco, Michel* Sacco, Patience Sheppard, Anna Fioretti, Caryl Sheppard, Merrill Smith, James Lo Blondo, Suaan Phifer, Virginia de Vegh, Kirk Phillips, Diane Oarafalo, Billy Burdge, Audrey Barkalow, Edwin Co-wen, Jr., Larry Phillip*, Lionel Williams, Joanne Michaels, Ruth Buckalcw, Elizabeth Hymer, John Rysaell, Lynn Mount, Barbara Ingalli, Judith Baig, Duayna Johnson, James Sagurton, Marion Mac Krille, Elena Marzulla, Suzanne Barg and Rodger Le Valley. The poster committee, compelling Mrs. George A. Blair; Mra, Rudolf W. Barg and Mrs. Geca De- Vegh, made the selections, Mra. Nathan Iselin, ganaral chairman, has announced {he judges for th«flower show. They are Mrs. Laurence N. Wilson, South Orange, former president of the Garden Club ef New Jersey and membership chairman of that group; Mrs. C, Colton Tuttie, Montclair, president of the Montclair Garden club; Mrs. Nulson G. Grove, South Orange, chairman for 15 years of the South Mountain school flower shows; Mrs. J. Wcstford Cutler, WestBald, chairman of the Junior Section, Garden Club of New Jersey Stats Flower Shows, in 1948 and 11H»; Mrs, Harold Brooks, Westfleld, lecturer on flower arrangements; Mrs. V. W. Birkenhauer, Newark and Monmouth Beach, chairman of, Judges for this year'i Garden Club of New Jersey show; Mrs. John Langenbcrger, Naveslnk, president Navejlnk Garden club; Mrs. Francis M. Archibald, Elizabeth, editor of the Garden Club of New Jersey's magazine, "The News I-eaf," and Mrs. Robert M. Boyd, Montclair, blue ribbon winner at several state shows. Rumson Gets New Ambulance Bonn. Organizing First Aid Squad Mayor J. Edward Wilson of Runuon announced at last Thursday's council meeting that a new 1948 model Cadillac ambulance has been delivered to the borough. The cost of the ambulance waa $5,000, with the old ambulance included in the deal. Mayor Wilson also stated that plans are under way for organization of the, borough's first lid squad, Several volunteers have offered their services while othirs are being sought. The council announced recently that it is. now definitely have a regular squad of trained men who can meet specified qualifications. At present several men who have volunteered as drivers perform all first aid duties. Charles Hesse of Belford and C. H, Sutphin of Freehold ware awarded contracts to supply building materials for the 1940 borough road program, Councilman. Randall. Keator, Jr., announced that May 0 through May. 14 would-be Rumson clean-up week and that borough trucks would pick up trash dally. V 'Mr. and Mn. Club' New Name Adopted Trie Ydung Couples club of Trinity Episcopal church. Red Bank, voted at a supper meeting lut week in the parish hall to change the name of the organization to tbe "Mr. and Mrs, Club." Kenneth I* Reeves, acting president, presided and Rev. Robert H. Anderson, Jr., rector, gave the Invocation. An interesting discussion waa conducted by Charles I* Reeves, Jr., on "The Responsibilities of the Parent to the Child and the Responsibilities of the Child to the Parent." Ways and means of increasing, the membership of the group' were also, discussed. The next meeting will >be held Thursday, May 36, at 7 p. m. in the par* ish hall. Attending, were Ifr. and Mrs. Charles I* Reeves, Jr., Mr. and Mra. Harry O. Clark. Mr. and Mra. Louis S. VanBrunt, Mr. and,mra. Carl P, Xionman, Mr. and Mra. Jacjt T. Zoldak, Jr., Mr. and Mra. Kenneth L. Reeves, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Worden and Rev, and Mrs. Robert H. Anderson, Jr. Leonardo; Girl Scouts Plan Court of A»vstrdi Mrs. Clifford F. Goldman chulrnmn of the Girl Scout api-mi court of awards to be held Wednesday, May II, at 7:30 p. m. at Hid' dletown township high school, Achievement badges, earned during the year; will be awarded at thla time.. Participating will be 01 rl Scout troop. SI, led by Mrs, Andrew March and Mrs. Charles Oberlln, and assistant leader, Mm. Charles Hesae; intermediate dill Scout troop, 02, led by Mis, Herbert Morgan, and Brownie group 14, lea by Mrs, James JRonaldson and Urs. I In Spring Lake irs Jack Sullivan's Lodge ' Serving The Finest ia Foods ft Ljquoi* LUNCHEON DINNER AL KENNY nrloaaj riaalat Nightly. ath * Mawito Ava* Sprtag lake Spring Lake Mat* year boat* a coot, cwafociauc awavatet njott ua«elar tke irejcoam atacw of Gu> >aa Awaiags. Ore* wsa<of>% ftooovayii poffclwi tn* ej*ftcajg. (bey aiaiuet pcotectloa aad tm colornil charm asdbemuf. W«ehaU btilad to aw«yoa emi> U PHONE BANK STANDARD AWNING Co KstaMlshea 1»!7 615 RIVER ROAD, FAIR HAVEN Taleaheaa II MD SANK > A Waltar Rtaii ntalie NOW THRU SAT. JACK CARSON ABOUT CloMt Spact tor* All ThoM Winter OarmMU at LEON'S 2. Certified Vaults-2 On Our PrtmlMa CALL n.. evateo ONMO ROUTKMEM LEON'S «i-7«white St.. B. t-smt mces SUSHED ACAW COMPAiE!! leu Fare 4-Dr For* 4-Dr. - JM0...iuo 1940 Pontlac 4-Dr. Cyl.Hot 1(41 Buid, «ff a SseUasM* (el««b) 1*41 Chavrcltl Cnwl. ( SWtlMt) *1* IMC OldMoUU "T«" Hr'raaulic 414B0 1S4T Fare Club Coup* (likt ml S14S* lsj4e Panllu Tarptte (immaculatt) 4lUI 1847 Chtvrol.t Chib Coup* daw mii.t)...4iaaa 1»47 Cbryiltr C**n ((Ilk* mw)...»uel 1*47 Chcvraltt' 4-Dr. Flttllim iiikf ntw) -...siiai 1«4S Cktvrolit Z-Dr. Sidia (low miln) : tlllo 1*47 Oldimobllt "7S" S*4an Hydramatlc...- l(«a fort Convtrl. (low milat, like m) SIMS...41*M Tel. Bed Bank MM4 Coast Auto Sales, Inc. W. Bvr Wa Sotl W. Trail Oswa Dally ni Sunoif Unlll 8:30 P. M. Ill Monnautk SI. lui (Next to Oarlton TIlMtrc) ATLANTIC Thun., Fri., Sat. DAN DAILEY CELESTE HOLM H*t. Mat, "Chicktn Evwry Sunday" LEX BARKEk BRENDA JOYCE "TARZAN'S MAGIC FOUNTAIN" Sun., Mon. Sun. Con't. ALAN UDD BRENDA MARSHALL ROBERT PRESTON DONALD CRISP M Whisp<rin Smith" (la Tec&ntaXor) Tuee, Wed. HVMFHBEr BOOART BRUCE BENNETT "SAHARA" And JIMMY LYDON IOI8 COLUEB "MISS MINK OF 1949" llll III \ iiii IMI nssnmurj I I I II 1 IIII II AUYSDN /a It/(/color IAWIORO 0 BRllN - TAYLOR UN. THRU TUM. TARTS WED.,, ESTHER WILLIAMS, Jene Kelly Frank Sinatra TAKE ME OUT TO THE BALL GAME" TELEVISION On the Mezzanine CAR AMOU N! TCKS., May ltth SAetiVodvH MCKIB UIOHT "Tke Kra»r Auattanwr" Oa fcraan "Out! tat Slarm" 4I1OO Taltm Qutit Evtry Tu.t., T. M. NOW HUMPHREY BOOAtRT "KNOCK ON ANY DOOR" With John DKREK PIANO TEACHER 6BAULATE MAMIST Membrr Natioiul Guild Piano Tisehere MRS. LUCILLE McCARTHY For Appointment, Call N. t. Buaae l-lki FLY IN< HIGHWAY #M, t Miles) ol CeUlagtvoed CiieU Twe Sfcows alghtly atm«bf at S:M t. M. Sat.. May #>» Children Under School A» Free! MARINE THEATRE THEATRE Highland., N. J. Fri, Sat. Sac. Mat. JOHN WAYNE MAE MA.RSH, HARRY CAREY, JR, "THREE GODFATHERS'* (In Technicolor) Son., M»n. MYRNA LOT FREDERIC StABCH 'THE BEST" YEARS OP OUR LIVES" (Pleaae Note: Picture abowa only once each evening) Tuea., Wed. IiON CHANEY, JR., ARTHU.R LAKE In "M FATHOMS DEEf* (In color) And RICHARD DENNING TRUDY MARSHALL "DISASTER" Thun. OH Day RUTH HUSSEY JOHN CARROLL.VERA (BAL8TON in "I, JANE DOE" And ROLAND WINTERS WANDA McKAY "THE GOLDEN EYE* ' RID SANK A R.aa. Tk..<r /" I NOW THRU SAT. * -' - 2ND BIG HIJ -_ ^i**'»e SUN. THRU TUfc^t. - 2ND BIG HIT - JOHN SHEFFIELD "Bomba The Jungle Boy* 1 TARTt WID. I "STAGE COACH'» ' "Long Voyage Home'* ST. JAMES, NOW thru SAT. "SOUTH OF ST. LOUIS" 1 Wouldn't Ha In Your Shoes" UN. thru TUK8. Ra r MILLAND Alias Nick Keal" And "Strike It Rich" STRAND NOW ihm SAT. abarl TAYLOR Ava GARDNER "THE BRIBE" Plu. Dana ANDREWS "No Minor Vic." SUN. thru TUBS? "TAKE ME OUT TO THE BALL CAME"

21 Corner Shrewsbury Aw. ft Newman Spring* Rd. Tel. Red Bank Pleasant Inn Finest in Food and Beverages Food Served From 11 A. M. to 11 P. M. DINNER... «OM$L50 INCLUDING COCKTAIL Try Chicken As You Like It: U th* Hough Tettraiaial Ten will and what y«xi HM! oa the MH, larludinr MMMW ' Steak ami Bib Bout. We Cater to Small or Lari* Parties, SENSATIONAL OFFER! BEG. MS VALUE ONE BEAUTIFUL 8x10 Plfttinum Tone PHOTOGRAPH ON PRESENTATION OF THIS AD 75' Limited Tim* Only l*rt«selection et Proofs. No Appointment ThU Oiler Good (or Any Member ef the Family. L9RSTA «BROAD STREET, BED BANK: BED BANK MtM Barker Bcnnelt Nuptial9 Mr. and Mm. Ed ward P. Bennett Mi!«Phyllis Elizabeth Barker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Clifford Barker of Atlantic Highlands, and Edward Palmer Bennett, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward E. Bennett of Belford, were married. Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. The double ring ceremony was performed by Rev. Paul J. Myers, pa«: tor of the Belford Methodist church, at the Masonic temple, Atlantio Highlands, before an altar banked with palms, Easter lilies, snapdragons and stock. Escorted by her father, the. bride wore a g wn of ivor y» atin with long torso and throw train, sweetheart neckline and long ileeves, all edged with Binche lace. Her fingertip veil of imported silk Illusion was made with a, niching tiara of tulle and caught at the aides with clusters of orange blossoms. She carried white carnatloni and»tock with white iatln rtreamers and sweetpeas. Miss Janet t.ynn Barker, sister of the bride, wore a gown of spring green faille with hoop skirt and acted aa maid of honor. She carried sn old-fashioned bouquet of pink carnations and stock, The ; bridesmaids were the bridegrooms'! I sister, Miss Zelda Bennett of Belford, and Miss Helcne. Oespreaux of Atlantic Highlands, who wort identical gowns as that of the honor maid In orchid and maize, respectively. All the attendants wort matching horsehair picture hate and mitts and carried old-fashioned bouquets of pink carnations. Steven Huber of Belford was best man and the ushers were Gardiner Marek of Atlantic Highlands and Acne haksen of Beiford. The bride's cousin, Albert J. Shannon, of Brooklyn rendered three vocal selections, "Because," "X Iiove You Truly" and "The nrnmm,, 190 Pice fwm Lord's prayer" by Malott*, Hart' Webber of Red Bank was at tht organ. A reception for 100 followed in the recreation room of the ttmpl-, which wat gaily decorated with spring flowers and carried out the color scheme of the bridal party. The bride's mother wore agown of powder blue lace and faille with navy accessories and a corsage of pink roses. The bridegroom's mother w u gowned in dacia lace over pink and wore matching accessories and a corsage of pink roses. The bride's going-away outflt wu a blue gabardine suit with white accessorial and an orchid corsage. Tha couple left on a Southern motor trip and upon their return will reside with the bridegroom's patents in Belford until completion of their new home on East rd. at that place. A graduate of Atlantic Highlands high school, tht bride is a dental assistant in the office of Or. Thomas B,. Ahern, Atlantic Highlands. The bridegroom it a graduata of Middletown township high school, attended Carson Long Military school, Pennsylvania, and Packard Business school, New York city. He it associated with his father In the contracting business. When James Monroe succeeded James Madison as President of tha United States in 1817, i -. ration day, March 4, (ell on Sunday and Monroe was not sworn inuntil March 9, leaving the United States technically without a Preei- Ident for one day. ONLY COLDSTORAd VAULTS for Furs and WlnUr Qarmtnts at LEON'S CALL It.. «-tm0 BONDED ROUTIMIN LEON'S M-M White St B. B. MM* Si. Joseph'* P.T.A. He-Elect* Officers Officers of St. Joseph 'a Pa rent - Tescher association were all lecltcted at a meeting last week at the school at Keyport. Msgr. John P. Burke paid tribute to oncers and members for their services, particularly in the operation of the chool cafeteria. Officers arc Mrs..John Thaler president, Mrs. Joseph Kennedy vice president, Mrs. John Kane treasurer, Mrs. Michael Cox recording secretary and Mrs. Granville Smith corresponding secretary. The annual spring conference of the South Am boy region of Parochial Parent-Teacher associations will be held Wednesday, May 11, at St. Joseph's school, at which time the school's 25th anniversary will be observed. Mrs. Grnnvllle Smith will be chairman of arrangements. The P.T.A. plans to serve a Communion breakfast to children making their first Holy Communion Sunday, May 15, with Mrs. John Brandauer as chairman. FURNISHINGS AND ANTIQUE DISPOSAL MISS ALEXANDRA RTBESBNTING THE PLAZA ACT 0AU.CRICS, Inc. <K. r. * W. H. O'RKILLT. Appraisers and Auctioneers) EAST MTH STREET, NEW YOBK CITV WILL UK AT RED BANK FROM MAY 6th to MAY 8th Inclusive ( A. M. la I P. M.) for the purpose of eonsultouea retarding appraisal or disposal of contents ( homes er partial eontente ef home* by way et auction. 1st ANNUAL ANTIQUE SHOW TO BE HELD AT REDMENS HALL 1 CHURCH STREET RUMSON, N. J. AUGUST , 1949 (For Reservations Call Rumson M381.W) FRANK FRISCIA Drastic Spring Clearance RED BANK ODD SUITES--FEW Of A NND PIECES Average Savings 50% SOME AT COST AND LESS! Regardleaa of coal the following and many other piecet too numerout to Hat mutt be doted out in order to make more room for our aummer merchandiae! All fetvof-a-ttind piecea, oddauitea, chaira, ruga, lampa, etc., will be told out. Only early buyer a will reap the benefit of thete tremendout aavinga! SUNDAY, MAY, 8 Gifts you know will delight her... fine gifts with fine brand names... gift wrapped at no extra charge...3 floors filled wifh gifts... NO DUPLICATES AT THESE PRICES I ALL ITEMS OFFERED SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE! $32.00 Simmons Innertpring Mattresses......NOW $23.30 $2.25 Inlaid Linoleum.Sq. Yd. NOW $ Room Lots of Wallpaper...,.....;. NOW $ Solid Mahogany Bedroom Suite...NOW $ $ Kroehler Living Room Suite......NOW $ $ Pc. Blond Bedroom Suite...:......NOW $ $ Lawson Sofa...NOW $ $ x12 All Wool Rugs. : NOW $49,00 $ Ft. Wide Green Twist Weave Wilton Carpet NOW $7.00 $ Simmons Sofa Bed Davenport NOW $69.00 $52.00 Platform Rockers.v.v...iy...l...».....NOW $39.00 $ x12 Fibre Porch Rugs......i...:...NOW $12.00 $ Solid Mahogany Double Dreuer Bedroom Sujt.e..NOW $ $ Mr. & Mrs. Mahogany Dressers..I..-...!..NOW $60.00 $9.00 6x12 Grass Porch Rugs.*...NOW $ Way Floor Lamps NOW $9.00 # Pc. Chrome Sets Oral Table...NOW $69.00 $ Hollywood Beds'...,... NOW $85.00 $ Pc. Modern Walnut Dining Room Suite...NOW $ $ Pc. Maple Bedroom Suite NOW $98.00 $ Kroehler Sofa Bed * Matching Chair!...NOW $ $ Solid Rock Maple 3-Pe. Sun Room Suite..NOW $ $17.50 Thayer Strollers NOW $10.00 Thh Lhting Repreaenta But A Few Of The Many Exceptional Buya!I WEST FURNITURE CO! T T Open Saturday Evenings Pearl Necklaces Kara 1-etrand Kara 2-etrand Kara 3-strand Harvella 1-itrand Marvella 2-strand Marvella 3-strand Marvella 4-itrand lm 1JW ljo *M (.N M5 S.N Nylon Hosiery HcCallum 48-f augt 1.U UcCallum Sl-iauit McCallum ot-iaujt K»nt run meih Handbags 6L Gloves l.m 1M 1M Mad»»scar straw bagt. S.M* Faille ba«f, navy, blicjc «.»» Corde bags, black, brown 10.00* Genuine calf, Itathtr lined Genuine alligator Ksystr washable slovea I S.M" M.M* l.m Dawnelle hand-ntltched (loves 3.15 Bacmo washable doeskin (loves 'plus Fed, T«x J.M 'Trillium" Slips Spociolly priced 295 Regular Value 3.95 We're made a wonderful special purchase just in time for Mother's Daj! Beautiful multi-filament crepe slips lavishly trimmed with fine lace. Tailored t.rpes too, with fine embroidery. In white, pink, bine and maize. Siaes 32 to 40.

22 SAVE ON YOUR RENT BUY A ClIRLEY HOME. BOROUGH Of SffltEWSSURV Veterans ]my only *],(i(ki down and WS.Mi a nmntli. Non-Vets Sl.."iOU down ami isiiti.oo a immlli. This jwvs taxes, fire ijisuraiici'and buys your liume. FEATURES Rooms Tile Bath In»ula(<-d Fireplace (Ml Ile«< Air Cnnditinnrd G. E. Automatic lint Walor Oak Floors Modern Kitchen Ktpannlon Attic Full Cellar AittchtA Gang* Overhead Doors Screens Storm Moors Price $10,800 RED BANK F.H.A. INSPECTED Drive out Broad Street to White Street, Shrewsbury, opposite Bhadow Brook Inn entrance: follow signs to exhibit home, Open dtily, 1 to 8 P. M. Mr. Eigcnrauch on premises. ON AIL WILLYS OVERLAND 'Jeep' Jeep'6 Station Wagon $ 1.88(F ommn ijto dual-purpose 'Jeep'StationWagonwMt i ngins and fuef-itr«tching ovsrdrivt. All-ifsel body and top. Seoh removable to give bif cargo tpoce. RED BANK WILLYS Maple Avenue ^, Red Bank Honored By Realtor Firm William Kruegcr of Morninfeide ave., Eaet KeanaburK, wu honoreit on his 2Dth anniversary with tha Morrisey and Walker IUal Estate company at a surprise dinner last week at Cypress inn, Wanamassa. He received a check and a wrist watch from his firm. The presentation was made by Tot tt master John H. Roberts, manager of the Arm's Lawrence Harbor office. Walter Johnson of the Keaniburg" New Shrewsbury Boro School Board Member Mr«. Arthur H. Ross. Broad st., Shrewsbury, was appointed to the Shrewsbury board of education at a special session held last watk. She succeeds James Borden, who recently resigned after nerving as a member since Feb., Mn. Ross, a resident of Shrewsbury for seven years, Is presently associated with the American Association of University Women, League of Women Voters, Morimouth County Mental Hygiene society, Academy of Political and Social Science and the Child BtuJy association. Born in Bryn Mawr, Pa., Mrs. Ross received an A.B. degree from Buoknell university, majoring In political science. She also pursued graduate studies in sociology for a master's degree at the University of Pennsylvania. A son, Arthur H. M., six years old, attends the Shrewsbury school as a flrjt grader. Mrs. Ross' husband Is an electronics engineer at the Signal Corps Engineering laboratory, Fort Monmouth. RED BAXK REGISTER, MIT 5,1949 office presented a ring to Mr. Krueger from hus fellow employees. He wia employed in ltu aa a real estate and insurance salesman, and for the past 30 years has been office and sales manager of the company's main office at Keaniburg. He is commander of the' Wilbur J. Price post 273, American Legion, Koansbuiu;. a past president of the Keansburg I Jons club and is now a member of the Mlddl*- town township Mons club. Terhune Student! Enter Stale Contcrt A group, of students from, the piano studio of Lillian Terhune of Hudson ave. flayed Saturday in the state auditions conducted yearly by the Griffith Music foundation at Newark. Tho young artists were Ullian McDonald and Stephanie Olover of Red Bank, : Shirley Austcrmuhl, Runuon, and Flora Haynes and Laura Williams, Fair Haven. Miss Haynes, who last year won the highest award bestowed In the auditions, and who has studied exclusively with Miss Terhune, played Beethoven, Chopin," and John Alden Carpenter, Shirley AuaUrmuhl gave selections by Mozart, Weber and LlndquiHt. Laura Williams played pieces by Haydn, Chopin and Foldinl, Stephanie Olover gave numbers by Beethoven, Mendelssohn and Engelmunn. Lillian McDonald played selections by Haydn, Rebe and Hopson. Announcement of the award winners will be made by the Griffith foundation in June. ' ' ' ' i School Election At Shrewsbury Vote Tomorrow On Proposed Addition Vottrs of Shrewsbury will decide at a diatrict school election, to be held tomorrow from 7 to 8 p. m. at the ichool, whether to appropriate fto,000 for a three-classroom addition and for alterations to tht boroufh'i present school building. The board of education haa appealed to voter* to support the proposed bond issue "for the welfare of the children of Shrewsbury." Citing overcrowded classrooms, a rapidly increasing enrollment-trend due to unprecedented construction in the borough and the inconvenience! suffered by the children because the preeent building haa only four classroom*, for nine grade*, the board contends that the proposal provides a most conservative estimate to meet the bare minimum of immediate requirements. The estimate is within the borrowing capacity of the board of education and does not require tht use of any of the borrowing capacity of. the borough. The boars] would sell the bonds, maturing la equal installments over a 30-year period, at an expected rate of two per cent. If the proposal is not accepted the board will be faced with»he following alternatives: elimination of tuition pupils; abandonment of the kindergarten grade and the Introduction of a two-eeaslon school. The board- has already eliminated acceptance of new tuition pupils. The board has emphasised that the adoption of the above alternatives would necessarily impair the educational standards maintained in {he school. CHANGE MEETING MIGHTS At a' meeting last month, the Red Bank school board decided to change its meeting nights from tha third Monday of each month to th«second Tuesday of each month, a date on which it had met before the first of the year. It was explained that the Monday night sessions conflicted with the Red Bank borough council meetings. About one-unth of the population of the United States if Negro. BE ON THE SAFE SIDE! DM'I trust to lack lack of ttvam rcnce sratktieai infos inaswminf, A rroputycuaad FCNCB hr Ike aasm, M i d MT strain ( H U M s*in<r. «Mr end ntectim. Ufetiaw «- atnutlu is namnad with attrictiv* ppuranu. Writ, ar pkasw (or sm- MU. N* slifatiu. Easy panwsu. WIRE, IRON AND WOOD FENCES BRBCTBD ANYWHERE WM. F. WiTTEL & GO. M LyssH An* I"****, N. J. Ettiautet Given At One* Clock, Jewelry, art Star Rapain Reussilles' H MOA0 - IANK unmual purchase... first time offered Hollywood Bed with removable covers of Quilted Velon* Satin Sheen Mate bj FfewMM TO THE VOTERS of KEANSBURG (THIS IS A COPY OF AN ADVERTISEMENT THE KEANSBURG NEWS REFUSED to PRINP "For Your Good" on Tuesday, May 10th LEON A. WAITT 1. Reduce the bonded indebtedness of the Itoro. 2. Increase the annual revenue without increating real estate taxes. 3. Create a nun-political advisory board of acveral member* to guide the council. 4. Devise a long-range program for the iiu. provcitikin of streets and sewer*. 5. Treat all matters as public affairs and discus them ut open meetings, VOTE FOR [HI Leon A. Waitt J. Brennan FOR COUNCILMEN "Two Mind$ With a Common Purpose: To Improve Keansburg." = OUR PLATFORM WE PLEDGE, IF! ELECTED, TO FELIX J. BRENNAN 6. Conduct a co-ordinated administration employing an experienced and qualified career man not dependent upon politics as boro manager. 7. Hire only local men as departmental employees. 8. Capitalize on the great natural assets of our beaches. 9. Encourage, cooperate with youth" activities. 10. Conduct tlie affairs of llic born to. the end of improving the reputation of Keansburg. Vote For Leon A. Waitt and Felix J. Brennan COMPLETE 3 PIECES Exceptional at (Twin tiae only/ HEADBOARD BOX SPRING ON LEGS INNERSPRING MATTRESS H«e'» a thrilling 3>piece Hollywood Bed! Lunrictu, eiiy<to^>wn, this outfit incladet a Simmotu booyant innenpring mattreta, a itnrdy box-ipring with 6 fegt, and wood headboard with beautiful QuUud Vthm Satin, cover*... your choice of 4 lovely colon! Don't mist this unusual, dollar saving offer. It's the bay of the year in Simmons deep equipment. Come in and M it NOW! MMOVAIII Choic* of 4 colon BLUE, ROSE, GIEEN «t SILVER GRAY «Wtln VMEMLnsWS CVVvl'* VrV avcvrmy In ab«v» lltuitnihtn. *v«rt «on illy fc» i i «l m UMlllWl «Ml WIlM M UPLACBD AT NOMINAL COST Matching Bedroom Ensembles For Above QUILTED BED SPREAD, Single or Double Size (IDENTICAL DESIGN AS HEADBOABD COVSjB) $9*95 EXTRA HEAD BOARD COVERS (TWIN SIZE ONLY). RUFFLED DRAPES LENGTH th VD8. WIDTH INCHES»4.95 QUILTED VAMT\ SKIRT 3-95 These items may be purchased separate and are available In Green, Rose, Blue m& Silver. STERLING FURNITURE SHOP 21 WHITE STREET TEL. 64)291 RED BANK (Paid for by Frank Collcld)

23 FANCY GRADE A tyi to Lbs. Roasting Chickens To Give Recitml I Two Accident* la Middlelown BED BASK KKOHSTKB, MAY 8, 19lif Fred Duncan of East Front»t., Red Bank, escaped injury early Tuesday morning when s taxi lie was driving got out of control and struck a concrete wall on Thomr,- son ave., and route 36, East Keansbuig. Middletoun township Police Chief Earl N. Hoyer said that Duncan, who waa driving a White star cab, was traveling north on route 38 and claimed that a car cut him off, forcing him to lose control of the taxi. The taxi waa badly damaged..robert Bogart, 11, of 383 Main St., Keansburjr, received minor in- I jucips -Monday evening»vhi?n a hi- ' cycle he was operiitint; was.struck! by a car opcralcil by Henry Kabini i of Keanshurg. The accident oc- \ currcd on Palmer ave., K;i.^t Ke;in.^ i burp. The boy received slight cuts for which he was trented at hornr. No charnea weic made nsninft ^'i' hini. CHARLES H. HOWER Mason Contractor.Milling Nut Stvauu ) ltd., Red Bank psiiiluiiidiiilhilm^ 11 :,,,, ;: :,, ;;.,,,,, ;i:,, 'S J Sevnu Plastering K. B HkM 39 Hi. FRYING **O C, CHICKENS <*»*! SHAPIRO'S LIVE POULTRY MARKET 9 North Second Avonut Long ranch PHONE L. B ALL POULTRY KILLED WHILE YOU WAIT "The Friendly Store With Friendly Prices" WEEK-END FLOOR COVERING BUYS Armstrong's MarbfUt CONGO INLAIOS $1.59 1SQ. YD. WALL (ALL COLORS) 47RUNNING FOOT Regularly $11.98 FULL LINE OF FIBRE RUGS BY DELTOX, WAITE1 P.LYHOUTI. 'All Through the House... All Through the Year SPECIAL! 9x12 Plaid Fibre Kug $15.95 Open Friday 'til 9 P. 31. IVo Parking Problem MILLERTON RUGS 130 BROAD STREET TEL (Just South of Stelnbach Co.) A Beautiful Gift For Mother OS Mother's Day 16-PC. STARTER SET FOR 4 $12.95 FROM OPEN STOCK The China & Glass Shop 87 BROAD ST. WE DELIVER ^ RED BANK PHONE Jiequti Rabb Shrewsbury Avcnu* AUK. Zion church, Rol Bank, will prtstht Jacques Rabb, concert vioiinut, in recital tomorrow tit S:U p. m. in tht church. An added attract'on will be Erncit Downing, baritone, with Eliiabeth Yager Bell ai accompanist, Kiwanis Club Ends First Year Hold Anniversary Dance at Lincroft Inn The Lincroft-HolmdM Kiwanii club celebrated iti flrft anniversary Saturday night with a dinnerdance at Uncroft inn. Vice president Richard Hammond presided in the absence of president Jamea Howard, who waa unable to attend became of illneii, Thomai Kraan wai muter of ceremonies. Harry Pitcher, club secretary, gave a brief resume of the organization's activities during iti Drat year. He pointed out that the club haa sponsored a boy scout troop, a 4-H club, helped sponsor tht Freedom train, aided in. the tuppott of churches, participated in Arbor, day programs, aponsored an egg hunt at Easter time, the show- Ing of motion pictures for children at Christmai and distributed can- 1 dy to the Hotui of Good Shepherd and Foreman nursing home. Roy Garrabrandt preiented one year perfect attendance pint to Lawrence Buck, Henry Cross, Daniel S. Ely, Anthony Fiuconaro, Richard Hammond, Henry C. Handleman, James Howard, Joseph Mendres and Harry Sprung. Entertainment for the evening Included talk on "What is right with America" by ROM King of tht Red Bank club; three piano jelectiorm by Mrs: Warren Zimmer, a magic act by Elmer Unger and a dance number by Mri. Dorothy Toland. Among the guests present were Lt. Governor George Frederick and Mrs. Frederick, George McEneany, past president Aabury Park Kiwanis dub and Mrs. McEntany; Roy Garrabrandt, past lt. govtrnor from Asbury Park, Mr. and Mri. Rosg King and Mr. and Mri. Joseph Carlone of the Red. Bank club; Mr. and Mrs. George Downs and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Thomas of the Keyport club; Mr. and Mri. J. Daniel Tuller of the Red Bank Lions'club; Harry S. Rowland of the Eatontown Lions club and G. J. Freret, president of the Fair Haven Lions club, and Mrs. Freret. The program for the evening was prepared and directed by Charlet 8. Toop and Robert Daverlo, cochairmen of the special event* committee. Attending the dinner were Mr. and Mn. Elston Combs, Mr. tad Mrs. Fred Hannon, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Handleman, Mr. and Mri. Harry Pitcher, Mr. and Mri. Charles Toop, Mr. and Mr*. James Howard, 3H. and Mrs, Harry Sprung, Mr, and Mrs. George Cro», Mr. and Mia, Henry Cross, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kraan, Mr. and Mis Lawrence Buck, Mr. and Mra. Anthony Flaiconaro, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mendres, Mr. and Mrs. John Lamken, Mr. and Mr*. G. J. Freret, Mr. and Mrs. J. Daniel Tuller, Mr. and Mr* H B. Thomas; Mr. and Mr*. George Downs, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Vores, Mr. and Mrs. Ross King, Mr. and Mr*. William VanDyke, Mr. and Mr*. Warren Zimmer, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Kaul, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Conover, Mr. and Mr*, Daniel 8. Ely, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Carlone, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hammond, Mr*. Elna Anable, Mr. and Mrs. George J. Fredericks, Mr. and Mrs. Me- Klnney, Captain and Mrs. J. W. Toland, Mints Margaret Reuther, Katharine DeLorenio and Rose Innacelli, Dr. Joseph Heck, Roy Garabrandt and George Unger. NOTICE TO ABSENT DEFENDANT*, STATE Of NEW HUWE* TO <LS.) MELVILLE W. F.. WALLACfc AND HUGH -C. WALLACt, two of tht defendants. You art hwtbr lummontd in * Civil Action In tht Superior Court of Km Imtr, Chancery Dlvlilon, Monmouth County, Docktt No. F-U8-48, Initituted by Ella Fay Petit and Krntat t'aiano, mxmim IM plaintiffs, aitainil' Aujuita C. Ceovtr, Frank H. Coop.*, Melville W. F. Wallace anil Hunk C. Wallace, defendant!, nnil reiiulred to nerve upon 4 ulnn, Don. mui, McCuc ft Rusiell, plaintiffs' attorneyi, whose addieii la No. 11 Broil Street, Red Bank, New Jemy, aniwar la the complaint* Sled in the aforuali Civil Action, within 3S day* after May 26, 194ft, eicluhlva of auch date, If you full «o til do, the relief dtmandxf In Ike complaint will be taken atalnit you by default. The action nan keen Inatitulcri tor tha niti'pni* nf fnrfclnnirir a mortmifl iiate-d July 23, 194S maile. by Ausuata C, Cnoper and Frank H, Cooper and pay. nbl«i tn* Blla Fay Pettit aa mortsaifa anil concern! real ratato on th«welt. erly tide of Naveilnk Avenue (no num. bar) In the Borough of Rumion, Coun*!y of Monmoulh and State et New Jaricy, You are made defendant! becauat you are the holdera of mortgage made by Autii'ta C. Cooper and Frank H. Cooper, her huibard. to you, dated October (. 1(45 and recorded Septem-' bar it, I»<S In the Monmouth County Clerk'a Office In Book 1459 of Mort- KBKM, PAKC 416, which mortbnire la a Hen on the premlaea ileidilbed In the mni'tkitke nfo«-eaald being forecloitd and lubject 1 thereto, Dated! Miy 1, I,-anANT.SCOTT.. Oltrk of futarlei Ceuii. Red Bank Manor 178 FAMILY GARDEN APARTMENT that can offer all the pleasures of Summer plus every mod* era convenience that you demand with year round living. >.. ^ * * Living 5s "liettei 1 ' at Bed Bank, Xe«Jersey. Few communities along the Jerscv Const line liave so much to offer as this attractive little metropolis. Here is subiirbin at ita best. A countryside that has every facility it cily c.'in supply. Red Bank is the ideal combination summer and winter location in which to rent your apartment. To the commuter transportation facilities are just about perfect.* Many trains and buses are available to Now York and neighboring metropolitan areas. "^-W" * IS' **** ****«, <:*.** ; Red Bank Manor lias the following usual advantages found in most Garden type apartments some of which arc; 1. Large Rimnm., 2. Kl«ctrie Befrlgerstorii«cubic feet four burner g u ranges. 3. Cron ventilation in every apartment. 4. Two-storjr buildings throughout, B. Laundry rooms with automatic uaahing machine«and drying yard). «. Play area* for children fully equipped. 7. Spacloua lawns well, nhrubbed. 8. Ample free parking areas. Red Bank Manor offer* these additioiial features: 1. Open storage for baby carriages, bicycles, etc..,?. Private entrances 6 each apartment. 5. Hobby room and recreation room. 4. Television and telephone outlets. 5. Private Morage bins. ' 6. Child care center supervised by competent trained personnel. Parents may leave their children here from 2 to 8 houri per day at sli-rht no oront fee per hour. BY TKAIN M minute* to Newark, and Central H.R. One hour by Pennsylvania R.R. tn 34th St. (N.Y.C.) DIRECT NO CHANGE. 65 minutes to downtown Mew York areas, AVAILABILITY l<4 ROOMS Few remaining available July 1.. *Vt ROOMS-9 available now, U available June 1 to July I. B ROOM DUPLEXES uil rented. BY ALTO From Northern New Jersey and New York. Aeir Jerwy Route SS to Red Bank, tfaenca aloiik West Front Street, turn right on Bruail Street, turn left on Harding Road, proceed 3 blocks to property. SEND FOR BROCHURE CONTAINING FLOOR PLANS AND APPOINTMENTS, 15 MINUTES TO OCKAN BATIIINV, S MINt'TES TO RIVER SPORTS RED BANK MANOR, Inc. HAKDIWMtOAD RED BANK, IV. J. 189 MARKET ST. NEWARK 2, N. J. I I \ lllllll llllilllililll«lllllll!llli HI «^ 1

24 FUEL OIL. GASOLINE LUBRICATING OIL THEY'RE GOING IN EVERY DAY ROTOFLAME OIL BURNERS Installed and Serviced By DIXON OIL COMPANY..- ^...EET RED BANK, N. J. CALL KED BANK Complete With Tank PRICE $ Years to Pay SUP COVERS SOFipAIR FOUR CUSHIONS»49.95 SEE WHAT YOU GET... SUM*, v«t ejytel, chmlv W*VM fabrici that willmk* hart waar. Cfcoict af imart flaivl and amiiual celar CMibiMtram, correlated itrip«. Wa cut and pin fit in year homa ( MUM aarfact fit, than aipartiy ««tr «m * our work room, with wohtd bo* alaata, kick ataar* ar ihirrtd rafflat. Mew ttartinf ot law o«$4t.9i. ALL ZIPNR CLOSINOS Ma In fa Ma wr larf* Mfectfon af ina cewr mattrial. AN mararlal MM by tfca yanj for matching. avapei. NEW LIVING ROOM FURNITURE Mid* in oiir factory. Sold di.tct to you at low cost! 3 PIECE SET-Odd Chairs and Lovt Stati WE ALSO REUPHOLSTER OLD FURNITURE raramount's DECORATORS ARE AT YOUR SERVICE Ceniurt them on yew ctler schemes wi Myllif. Ne ekmlcrieas «f cwnt. PARAMOUNT UPHOLSTERY COMPANY 162 IROADWAY Phono L. R LONG BRANCH ZT 0 ponderous excess bulk to squander gasoline! For thrift as well as style... r i StuselMkef ChamplM 4-ehw se*aa Studebaker's the ^49 buy word Hert's what you get for your Studobakor dollar H t» decorator-fabric upholiieria New body colon Stlf-idjiulini; breket Veri. ble ratio "eatra-levertie" itttrinj Pantragic viiion Seat* centered between the ulm Low center of gravity GUre-ptaof "black light" initrument dlilt Autosnttlc hill nolder-available on Champions t illfht added coit, but itandard on other IDOdlll.» Automatic overdrive, Climaliter beatini and ventllatlne, white lidewall tirea and wheel trim ring! or diict are optloml at eitra coit on alt mudcli. BAILLY BROTHERS t MONMOUTH STREET, RED tank, N. J. i '"JTL c u n f 1? 1 " PMfcct money hr «cll. Ill tha KegliUr. AdvurtUiiinonl. Mny, 1049, on the iipullciiiluii iff Fridtrlck W. llortfttll, Solo Executor o( the MMUMUIII County Sum/He', Office Ml'ilu of Emll W, llorifiill, ilccenic'1, In' th«itiauw uf Iho ritaic of Kml 1 millet IH hereby lilvcn lu the rrodltori "I klilil (kfiiunl to exhibit to tile tubrcrlliw, noli, wocutor, u> «for<?»al(l, Ihclr w, Horifnll, dtoonnd, Noilee to crtd-.j. 0 pr '"" 1! p " lm > <>sni»kt entitle, B' M lh i Hr His mil ilcimmiu nkiilimt Urn mill i n. 'i < U otil"koji l tiitc, under cinth, wllhln iu month* from Me nf t))o County of "',?.'»'«."' I''* «h»rn«ld ortlcr, or they Veimsutl, Mil en Ult itcond d«, el will bt turner bun. of their action*»t-ihe dean-lined look of a 1949 Studebakcr tells X you it'i CM with the right build for thrift. You don't see a trace of cumbersome excess bulk in those trim, graceful body contours. There's no gas- wasting surplus poundage in the rugged Studebaker chassis underneath. This is motoring's most advanced bind of designing it cuts driving costs substantially every mile. Stop in for a look around and let us give you the names af some Studebakcr owners to check with. You'll be amazed to learn what they save. WERNER'S GARAGE STATE HIGHWAY ROUTE M, BELPORD. N. J. therefor aeolnst the suit) suliiorlber. JJnttdi Frocbolil, N, }., May 2nd, FHRDBHICK W, M0R8KALL, Stnr Uoule ND, 1, Ilc.l Dank, N, J. Pariotn, Lttbrecque! Ctnuonn A Combp, 18 WHIIHCI Sl»o«l, Rid Sunk, N. J, Attorn»»t, s JHJi> liank BEGISTEB, MAY 5, 1919 Rev. Joel Singh, India, To Speak In Methodist Church Sunday At 8 p. m. The second national guest to participate in a aeries of messages on "Christ Around the World" will be Rev. Joel Singh of Jubbalpore, India, who la at present a student at Drew Theological seminary, Madison. He will speak Sunday at the 8 o'clock evening service in the Red Bank Methodist church. Following the service an Informal reception will be tendered the speaker in the fireplace room. Members and friends attending the service are invited to Join in the reception, where an opportunity will be given to meet Rev, Mr. Singh personally. The senior choir will sing at the evening worship the anthem, "Bless the Lord, O My Soul," and the organ prelude will be "Aria," Flor Peeters. Rev. Mr. Singh is a teacher of rellgioua education In Hindu and English at Christian high school in Jubgalpore. His higher education was received at the Theologlcol seminary in Bareilly, India, and Leonard Theological college In Jubbalpore. He began his studies at Drew in Sept* 1M7. Gifti Are Offered In "Baby Derby" National Baby Week this week again Is being observed by the American Stores company's annual "Baby Derby." Parents having babies born Saturday, May 7, 1M», between 12:01 a. m. and 12 p. m., will become eligible for a gift package. To receive the gift the parents must All ifi coupon appearing in the American Stores or Acme Market newspaper advertisement, or make a reasonable facsimile. Then mall the coupon to "Baby Derby Contest," American Stores company, 424 North 19th at., Philadelphia 30, Pa. It Is not necessary to make a purchase to get the gift. Fathers, aunts, uncles, relatives, friends, doctors can help by mailing coupon promptly. The valuable, useful gift package contains useful baby toad items and will be mailed sifter receipt at the coupon. NOTICE AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THK CONSTRUCTION OF AN INCINER- ATOR. AUDITIONS. AND APPUR- TENANCES, IN THE BOROUGH OF BED BANK, AND AUTHORIZING AN APPROPRIATION AND THE IS. 8UANCB OF BOND ANTICIPATION KOTM THBRSTOR. BK IT ORDAINED by tht Mayor and Council of th«borough of Rtd Bank: flection 1. That an incinerator with additions and appurtenances be con- ttucted and liutnlled on the property of the Borough now used (or Incineration purposet. Sco'.lin 2. That there be and is hereby nuttorittd- and appropriated at tht maslmum amount to be railed (ran all soureei for the purpoe* of financing tht mprovement authorised by Section 1 lereof, Including. ft turn not' in excess ot Nine Hundred Dollars (1*00.00) for legsl expenses and cost of issuance of any obligations, the sum of Thirty Thousand Fivt Hundred Dollars (ISO,- 500,00), including On* Thouiand Six lundrid Dollars (11,100.00) of a Ten Thoutsntl Dollar (110,000.00) Item appropriated in tht 1941 budget entitled "Capital Improvement Fund 110,000,00" and the laid' sum of One Thouianil Six lundred Dollar* (II,(00.00) ii hereby fixed and made the down payment at required by New Jersey Reviled Statutes 40:1-12. Section 8. That, tubjtct to the llmtatlons preicribed by law and in anticipation of a bond lisue to be hereafter provided for, there it hereby authorised ht Issuance of bond anticipation note. n the total amount of not over Twenty.elght Thousand Nine Hundred Dollars (128,900.00), at nuch timei, In such nmouitla and on wen terms «msr be determined by the Mayor and Council of tht Borough for tht purpose of financing tht coit of the Improvement herein authorised, and It Is hereby (lied and determined aa the mmlmum rate of Inter* eat piyabte on said bond anticipation hotii tit th* rate of four percentum t%) per annum, Beellon 4, Thai) It la hereby deternlned nnd declared: (a) The period of utcfulness of the mprovement herein authorised Is ten (10) ycnri. (h) A supplemental debt Hlairmcr.t. ns required by Inw, tins been made nnd filed with the Borough Clerk shoving thit the irrnift debt of the Borough ii ncreflked by this ordinance in the lum nf not nvrr Twrnly.elght Thmiund Nlnt Inrdrart Dnllnn (i2moo,flfi) and that th- npnrnprtntlnn herein mndo nnrt the 'ihlliratlon, herein mithorltcil will be within nil debt limitation* allowed by Inw. Section 5, That this ordinance ihalt take effect twenty (20) dnys nittr tht publication thtrcof nfler final pnsmgr, PUBLIC NOTICE, The munlclpnl ordlnnncc, published wcwltb hn» been flnnlly panted and the twfnty-dny period of llmltntlon within which a suit, action or proceeds In* quoitlonlnr the vnlldlty of such ordlnnnco rnn bn commcnceii, an provided In I ho local hond law, hn«tiexun to on from the date of the publication of hi* Ktntcmftnt,, Dotodi May 5th, AMY fi, SHINN, oreutk Olerk, Mrs. Kwik Honored at Highlands Mrs. Evelyn Kwik, former Highlands borough clerk, waa the guest of honor it a testimonial dinner given Saturday night by her frlenda at Vahr'a Landing, Highlands. Shown above are: front row, left to right, John Kwik, Mrs, Kwik'a husband, Mrs. Kwik, and Fred Kleferdorf, former mayor; atandlng, left to right, Arthur Jotephe, a member of the dinner committee; A Meade Robertson, former Republican mayor, and John M. Pillabury of Atlantic Highlands, former borough attorney, who acted ae master of ceremonies. Mr. Robertson and Mr. Kicfrrdorf, along with Fred Bedle, another former mayor, lauded the community spirit and public service of Mrs. Kwik. A wrut watch was presented to her. Another speaker was GIIL (UjOVTS TO HOLD DANCE The newly-organised senior girl scout troop of Fair Haven will hold an old-fashioned bam dance at the Willow st. school Saturday ANNUAL PERENNIAL FLOWER PLANTS AND VEGETABLE PLANTS FRUIT TREES RHUBARB ROSEBUSHES Dr. Richard A. Weias, former chairman of the planning board and a present member of the school board. Mrs. John P. Adair was general chairman of the dinner and wsj assisted by Mr. Josephs, John Bahr and Joseph SedJar. More than 300 friends of Mrs. Kwik attended, including present and former borough officials. evening. Music will be supplied by "fht Old Timers." Prise* will be awarded. Boys can make pocket money by nil- Ing Tht Regiiter Advcrtliemeot, Strawberry Plant. 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25 "WHY" Send Your Fun and Winter Garments Out of Town for Storage? LEON'S 2- Certified Vwilto- 2 Are at Your Service. We Invite Your Inspection WHITE 8THCET Red Bank C. C Warren, Jr. Dies at Summit Former Red Bank Y. C. Commodore George C. Warren, Jr., former commodore of the old Red Bank Yacht club and president el 'he New Jersey State Fi»h and Game department from 1833 to IMS, died Monday at his home in Summit at the age of 72. Sea Bright The Home and School association will meet next Thursday at 3:10 o'clock at the school. Election ut officers will take place. Mrs. Bloomfleld Fary and son, Joseph Fary, of Church it., and Mr. 1 Mrs. John A. Lindsay of 8outh at. motored Saturday to Albany, N. Y\, where they attended the wedding of Mrs. Fary's niece, Mtos Lillian Etta Loftus, to Edward Duenna, both of Albany. The bride's mother, Mrs. Ida Loftus, returned with her sister, Mrs. Fary, to spend a week here. Thursday, Stay 19. at 1:15 p. m. is the date and time set for the annual May day fete on the school (rounds. Features will be the Maypole dance, games and athletic events. Refreshments will be provided by the board of education and aerved by members of the Home and School association. Mrs. Bltiabeth Cloughly, who observed her 87th birthday last week, will attend the Sons and Daughters of Liberty state convention TEL. RED B\NK 64)955 next week at Atlantic City. She will accompany the district deputy, Mrs. Hazel Taylor of Asbury Park. Michael VanDoeren and Eaton Engler were the Sea Bright pupils who attended with other members of the St. George's choir, Rumson, the circus Friday at Madison Square Garden, Mrs. Adeline Covert is chaisfeian in charge of the Boy Scout campaign in the borough and reports progress. Mrs. Louise Woods and sons, Erik and Edward, who moved to Navesink last November, have returned to Sea Bright. The boys have re-entered the local school. Health prises for the fifth marking period in school were won by Mary Ellen Qrassin, Dorothy Hau- Mtr and Louise Copeland of Mrs. Alice Weir's first and second grades, and Stanley Fowler, Elaine Welch, Kennie Hoover, Leslie Covert, Roberta Steelman and Erik Woods of Mrs. Raymond Heliker's third and fourth grades. As a reward for good attendance at school during April the pupils BANK REGISTER, MAY 5, will be dismissed tomorrow at 2 p. m. The local board of education has postponed Its regular meeting from Monday to the following Friday because of the dinner to be given by the Long Branch high jchool to members of the various boards a.nd principals of schools which send pupils to that high school. Sea Bright American Legion post met last Thursday night and made plans to present a f>laque to the Methodist church Sunday, May 29, to replace the service flag which will be retired. Pupils perfect in attendance at school during April are as follows: Firht Hr.d fteculul jrnule* Suziuiuo Chamberlain, Evelyne Kntiler, Beverly Fowler, Nuncy (Jnynor. M«ry Gmssin, Pally Hnrtwick, Ariene Jotinntun, Miiritui Lovgren, Emma Royal, JJctty Copeland, LfOulw Coiwlnnd, Jumps Coleninn, Roheil Hartwlck, Michael Nelson. IV. t«r terrlne, Benedict Ro«iO>«rh. Robert RoKem, Jack Steelman, Freddfo Thnrin, Tmvl«Thomu*, Robert Torick. 'Phittd and fourth grade* Jeanne Altman, Stanley Fowl«r, Ijorunda Hoover, France* Rock, Rofcerta te*1man, Elaine*. Fifth and alictoh gtm)e> Janea lloechel, jack Ucw, AleiU Saharic, Willii'm R(x-k, Thoman Ro«ent, John Welch, Icnnif Covert, r.nir Covert, Carol Eninn>n«, Judy Eilonhcrirer, Wary ^nn IV Bb W Kuv uth ;ind fljrhth uraden Knn* Kurbe, Mary Lou Schiefor, Blainc W The Amcrigan Negro Is, by blood, somclhink new in biology, representing crossing of various blood lines from the different African tribes as well as considerable white and American Indian infusions. FURS GOOD CLOTHES 8TOEAGE They need Protection la the Hot Weather..No kiddln'»e really have a Dandy Htorage Vault. Comi- up ami nee us or call Red Hank UNION LAUNDRY SOU IJI't'EB BKOAIt ST. * Paee Nine T131OTHY R. HOUlNlHAiN Contractor and Builder SPECIALIZING IN JOBBING SCBEEN AND STOBM ENCMWCBES S ELM PLACE TEL. BED BANK (-I1SM COMPLETE UNDSCAPE SERVICE SPECIALIZING IN FOUNMTWN PLANTING and UWN$ FOR NEW HOMES. Also MAINTENANCE SERVICE M Years Experience in All Branches of Garden Work. ESTIMATES GIVEN. THOMAS STEVENS Member National AMOclstto* of Gardener* Katherinx St. Fair Haves. 1'hone Bed Bask M8SJM 14 BROAD ST. RED BANK How Is The Time TO ORDER YOUR Summer Awnings Our better mad* awnlnn trill give added beauty, comfort and durability to yo«r home. In over M yean ta bualaew m have Mtltfled thommdf el customers. Von don't have to pay us more to get the beet la workmanship ant mater* late. We have on haad a full selection of beautiful pattens la ttrlpes and solid colon. Bemenber Globe Awning for uallty and service. ' ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVEN MO OBLIGATION PHONE GLOBE AWNING ft SHADE CO. UT West Front St. 9U lank George C. Warren, Jr. A leader In Republican politic* In this state for almostbo yean, Mr. Warren broke with the party In 1940 to back the candidacy of former Governor Charles E. Edi on. He was a friend for many year* of former President Hcrbei Hoover, who was often a guest on ths Warrtn estate. He was co-author with E. J. Burlington of book on hunting and Ashing, "The Outdoor Heritage of New Jersey." Born at Bainegat, Mr, Warren was graduated from Penningtoii seminary and Centenary Collegiate Institute, Hackettstown. He became associated with the First National bank, New York city, and was a former member of the New York stock exchange firm of Loew Co. He was a member of the Nava Militia of New Jersey, and a naval aide on the staff of former Governor Hoffman. Mr. Warren was active in the Masonic lodge and other organliatlons. Surviving is hii fourth wife, Mrs. Ruth M. Warren. Three previous marriages ended tn divorce. A funeral service was held this morning- in the Warren home, with Rev. Jesse t>yon of the Summit Methodist church officiating. Father And Son Arrested At Rumton James Anderson of Harding rd Red Bank, will appear before Rum' son Maglitrate Arnold Tulp Monday night to answer a charge of permitting an unlicensed driver to operate his car. Hit 14-year-old son will appear before John L. Montgomery, juvenile court referee, on a charge of driving without a license. Father and son were summoned Sunday by Patrolman John Keany on Ridge rd., when the officer became suspicious of the driver's age. Mr. Anderson told police he had given his son an opportunity to father some driving experience. tit We thauk our customers for their patronage throughout the years, and re-afflrm our policy of offering the best possible values at the lowest possible prices. Won' come iu and celebrate with us by takiug advantage of our anniversary specials? WHINS DRESSES Yo«'d xp«et to pay or $6 for Hits*»ty1«f Sli«( 9-52 Use.Our#Layaway Just in time for OTHER'S DAY Sunday. May 8th Comes this Sensational Money Saving EvtnH FREE! fxh! FREE! SOUVENIRS WITH EVERY PURCHASE! Lac* Trlmmtd, lop J Land ottom, g ««. $1.99 WA NEW Asserted Prints Sixes 32-3S 1 COATS SPECIALLY PRICED Plan TREMENDOUS VALUES! "--KEYSTONE ALUMINUM TENSION SCREINS CM i% ftr your homt In *.. 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26 Pace Ten RED BAXK BEG1RTEB, MAT 8, 1919 The Shore's Largest Selections of SPRING AND SUMMER FABRICS COTTONS RAYONS WOOLENS PLASTICS SL/PCOVER & DRAPERY GOODS PATTERNS, BUTTONS, NOTIONS, REMNANTS BASKIN'S FABRIC FAIR 10 MECHANIC ST. KED BANK Ready for 'Hello London 9 J-ONE MJTO BOOY MOMTMREPMRS $) Aiste Satwr Palattar a) GssUMteaa Wet* 9 M(k Us ui Delivery r«r Free Eattaata R. B. fxsm* Or taaulr* at Rt, M at HeaeMeas Ceraer, MJMJatew*. EXPERT PICTURE FRAMING UP-TO-DATE FRAMES AMD MOULDINGS, WORKMANSHIP THE BBST, REASONABLE PRICES. RESTORING OF OIL PAINTINGS ARTIST MATERIALS REINES ART STORE U» COOKHAW AVE. Framiag Specialist* far Over II Veare ASRURV PARK MtM-B Bernard Spiwak Florist 93 AVENUE OF TWO RIVERS RUMSON Why P*y Big Prices? If you arc dissatisfied with the present prices you are paying for lawn and gardening service call us and we will give you a price you can afford! We do a complete job... mow, edge, clip and trim every lawn. Satisfaction guaranteed or no charge is made. Try us and save money! CALL RED BANK ASBUKY PARK ! or ASBUHY PARK J Bob 6- Jack's I Lawn and Gardening Service. WRIGHT'S FESTIVAL SALE Still On Til May 10 Many Items of Big Value Still Available, Come in and Save! Mother's Day SUGGESTIONS Universal Pressure Cooker 9.95 Presto Pressure Cooker G. E. Electric Irons 7.95 G. E. Electric Irons G. E. Electric and Steam Irons G. E. Combination Waffle and Sandwich Toaster Sandwich Grill Toastmaster For "J»*t Right" T«a»t Mixinaslcr For "Just Right" cake*.., Revere 5-Qt! Kettle 4.98 Can Opener Can-0-Mat AH Colors 4,95 Case Kitchen Knife.... ' Tea Pot Kitchen Clock 4.95 Silex Coffee Maker ** ^»i» W «I'I Extra Bowl *j,75 Mirro Easy Crip Cookie Press Ice Cube Bucket - Kromcx, 6.95 WRIGHT STORE OF RED BANK, Inc. 30 Monmouth St. Red Bank, N. J. John Murphy, left, president of Rumson'a Holy Cross Holy Name society, i* shown with Billy Turnicr at a rehearsal of "Hello London," an original musical comedy revue, which will be held at Rum-.son high Khool auditorium for three nights beginning next Thursday. Written and directed by Mr, and Mm, Tumier, the «ho\v features a cast of 80, In the past two years, Holy Cross Minstrel revues have been acknowledged as among the beat amateur theatrical efforts In this section of the state. Proctedl of the chow will go to the build ing fund of Holy Cross gramme school. It in being sponsored jointly by the Holy Name and Holy Cross Parent-Teacher aiioclatlon. Mr. Murphy yesterday announced that tickets for the show ate available. They are obtainabi I rom members of the ca«t, Dennl Byrne's real estate office in Rumson, Fair Haven Pharmacy and Sea Bright pharmacy. Keyport Mr. and Mrs. William A. Sieban, 1S2 Broadway, were guests of hon- Dr. Edward Bilderback of First St., ha* returned from a visit t or at a dinner party celebrating Washington, D. C, where he was their 45th wedding anniversary called by the serious illnesi of his last Thursday at Colt's Neck. sister, Mrs. Richard Moody. Thl The Hebrew Women's league latter is reported to be recovering will hold a rummage sale in the MiM Dolls Newton has return* Lepper building, Front and Main to her home in Nyack, N. T., after visiting her brother-in-law»., May 2 to May 5. Mrs. Philip Felgenson is chairman. The league sister, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert R held a dinner dance last Sunday West, Maple pi. evening at Millburn. Mrs. William E. Preston of Mai Juniata (Long) Hall, who wa.iat., has been visiting her son-in- born in Keyport and resided here law and daughter. Mr. and MM a number of years, is playing the Albert Edmunds 'of Middletown, role of Bloody Mr.iy in the newr. I. musical comedy, "South Pacific" at Miss Dorothy -Clark and Miss New York city. She singa one o Peggy Hsnion gave a surprise the show's hit numbers, "Bal bridal shower recently for Mill Hat." Lorraine Arose, who will be married June 12 to Eugene Clark. At- Harry Caton, husband of Mrs. Adele Ogden Caton, former resident of Keyport, died recently at and Mis* Irene Mahoney, Mils tending the party were Mis* Ms Alexandria, Va, Blanch Borhtrsky, Miss Rita Walling. Miss Dorothy VanCleaf, Mint) Raritan unit, American Legion auxiliary, will hold its next meeting May 10, when the birthdays of Miss Jane Manton, Mrs. Elmer Rose Wencel, Mrs. A. C, Costle, members wilt be celebrated. Nomination and election of officers will Walter Clark and Miss Mir Arose, Mrs. Harold Wallliujr, Mrs. take place May 24. Reddy, all of Keyport: Mrs. Elme Mr. and Mrs. Frank OeMarco of Arose and Mrs. J. J. -O'Shaughnessy, Port Monmouth; Mrs). D. T. First St., are parents' of a son, born Friday at Hazard hospital. Thompson, Freehold; Mrs. M. C. Mrs, Kenneth C. Demlin of Front Clark and Miss Theresa Clark, New st., and Miss Kathleen Eekhart, York; Mrs. D. H. Hanlon, Red Atlantic at., recently attended a Bank; Mrs. Alice Kilmurrty, performance of the show "Mr. Roberts'' in New York city. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hyrne and son Terry have returned to their home in Bogalusa, La., after visiting Mr. Hyrne's mother, -Mrs. Gladys Hyrne, of Therese ave. The Rumson. Hyrnes were accompanied by Mr. Colt's Neck Girl Protection Plus ACAINST Moth Damage Fire Damage Theft for Your Fun and Winter Woolsns LEON'S Call t-ltoo 2 - Csrtifltd Vault* - 1 ON OCR PRESUMES White St. ft. B, $-tm and Mrs. Rirfhard Tyne*, also «f Bogaliua. Perth Amboy; Miss Irene Mtlatta, Old Bridge; Miss Marie Krelsal, Woodbiidge; Miss Shirley Loubaeh, Fords: Miss Amelia Kosik, Clark township; Miss Ann Maslouski Rahway, and Mrs. Mary Patey of In Critical State Sixteen-month-old Rose Z»imlti, daughter of Mr. and Mrs- Lawrence Zeimiti of Colt's Neck, was critically Injured Saturday evening when she was hit by a car operated by Nicholas Harvey of Holmdel, it was reported by state police at Shrewsbury barracks. The girl, who is in critical condition at Monmouth Memorial hospital, received a fractured skull According to police, the child, waa hit when the car backed out of the ZelmiU driveway. Harvey waa calling for some people at the residence to take them to the movies In Red Bank. Police action against Harvey depends upon the outcome of the child's injuries. Rose Zeimltx was taken to:the offices of Dr. James Parker. of Red Bank by Harvey. She was later removed to the hospital. 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27 if, uicy atniw bviitiitfl with twsttmk, MMNM WMI,«M, a*m» cn«n. That's fash Hi»«6»try. at fir tnwnmwkn H. Oft kaftd-dipafd quart sr monsy-mvina fdlm Iran yew svtirtr 0Ml*r. How To Get More Heat WITH AN OH Burner From Less Fuel BUY NOW! EXCLUSIVE 5 YEAR GUARANTEE No Down Payment Until Oct. 1st 36 MONTHS TO PAY! SEABOARD SERVICE t. B. M1S1 R. B. 64)248 A. P. t-mm Court St Ann Has Anniversary Keaiwburg Croup la 25 Years Old Court Bt.'Ann, Catholic Daughters of Amerfca, of Keansburg, ob aerved lta 23th anniversary last week at a dinner at Buck Smith's, East Keansburg. Guests were Rev. Edward A. Corrigan, pastor of St. Ann's church, and court chaplain; Bev. Father Callahan, curate at Bt. Ann's, and Rev. Francis P. Gunner, pastor of St. Catherins's church, East Keansburf. Mrs. Agnes Thome, historian, gave a iummary of the court's activities for the past 25 years. Other speakers were Mr*. Agne«Armstrong of South 'Amboy, district deputy, and Mrs. laafatlla Hagun of Jersey City, organizer and first grand regent of Court St. Ann. Rev. Mr. Corrigan save charter member pin* to M'«. Thorne, Mrs. Hagan, Mrs. Grace Ryan, Mrs. Katharine liccrudden, Mr*. Mury Hilhart, MM, Anna Oilligan, Mrs. Kathryo Klepp, Mrs. Catherine Conroy, MM..Catherine McGuire, Mrs. Julia Beatty and Misses Ruth Hagan, Af ne* McMahon and Mary Salmon.. Mra. B»U* Miele and Mrs. Helen Olin wtri dinner chairmen. PRINCIPAL DIES Margaret C. Fogarty, principal of the Freehold. Intermediate school and for several years a teacher in tas cchool, died Sunday. She wa«. born at Hammondsport, N. Y. Miss Fogariy received B.S. and M.A, degrees from New Jersey State College for Women. She is survived by four sisters. SAME DAY SERVICE NOW AVAILABLE QarmtnU Brought in for* 10 A. M., Shall Be Rttdy at BiOO P. m. NEW IMl'KOYKU. SANITONE Cleaning LEON'S White H, IK MM*. BED BASK REGISTER, MAT Cornerstone Ceremony Mayor Waldron P. Smith of Atlantic Highlands is shown putting cement on the cornerstone of the new Atlantic Highlands Methodist church at a ceremony held Sunday afternoon. The church is located at Third and Gar fie Id avte.' At the extreme right, watching the mayor, In Rev. Roy E. Williams, Jr., paator of the Atlantic Highlands Methodist church. At the extreme ten is John T. Kochler, chairman of the board of trusteed. Next to Tiulon FalU Parent* of children who will be school Thursday, May 12, at» a. m..'or registration and for medical examination. Dr. Andrew P. Dedlck, Jr., school phytieian, will be at the school for vaccination of any children whose parents so desire. The Ladies' Aid society of the Methodist church is meeting this afternoon at the home of Mrs. John E. Lemon. A meeting of the Ladle*' auxiliary of the fire company will be held Monday night at the Are house. Hostesses will be Mrs. Thomas Tellefsen, Mra. Frank Slayer and Mra. Tectar. Members of den 3, Cub Scouts, I pack 50, attended a pack meeting Friday evening at Christ church parish house, Shrewsbury. Den 3 of Tinton Fills and den 2 of Shrewsbury presented minstrel jhowb, Den 3 received for another month the attendance banner tor its 100 per cent record. Mr. and Mn. Christopher A. D:> Failo are parents of a eon born Tuesday of last week at Riverview hospital. 1 Two-third* of Elre'a 3,000,000 people are farmers. him it John A. Scott, chairman of the building fund. Rev. James Pemberton, Anbury Park clergyman, is between Mr. Scott and Mayor Smith. Rev. W. Ve'rnon Middlclon of Philadelphia, executive.secretary of the Met,hodlat Board of Home Millions and Church Extensions, gave the main address. Other speakers were Rev, Herbert.' Smith of Red Bank, district superintendent, and Mayor Smith. Riverside Heights Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Johnson and five years old by Nov. t and areson Louis of Conover pi. spent the planning to enter (hem in school week-end at Greenwich, Conn., visiting friends. In September are requested to accompany them to the Tinton Falla The Community Social club met last week at the home of Mrs. John Bamback, Red Bank. Attending were Mrs. Kittie Satler, Mr*. Mai: Schenck and Mrs. Emma F. Snyder. Mr. and Mrs. James M. Pemberton of New York city spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. John M. Swenaon of Navcslnk River id. Mr. and Mrs. J. U. Parker of Everett are new Riverside Heights residents. Mrs. Emma F. Snyder spent Friday visiting her.sister, Mra. Anna Knochc at North Bergen, and her daughter, Mra. Emily Timm and family at Lconial Miss Anna Kane of Chafiol Hill rd., who broke her shoulder blade several months ago, has returned to her position at Camp Coles. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wolcott of Fairfteld Gardens arc spending a month in Cnlifornia visiting Mis. Wolcott's ulster. Mr«. Martin Mason, who has been confined to her home with illnesa for several weeks, is improved. Mr. and Mrs. Adam Tutas re- \ turned from Syracuse, N. Y., this week, where they visited their: daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and I Mrs. Carl Boland. SINC E l MOTHER'S DAY GIFT RED BANK, N.J. SUGGESTIONS SUM) 4) IS MOTHER'S l> IY... UlHI nieric i's I IRS I UDY] Straus ConifMiny /instills SOUK- f-ijl su»»rstioii.s i<hick are lonh\ prueth-td and modcrnlt-ly /triced. ^ HANDBAGS 3.00 to "us ^'" '"' Vl ' ''"' W ( " ' ; "" u " (;l "'"' Trniicf mid niiiny otlior styles. Chouse from ;MI;issi<ri JIJI-UI <if Ciillrs. p ;i*i irs nui\ lentliwg, UMBRELLAS 2-98 to7-"» JEWELRY I to6«plus PURE LINEN 9 PIECE PLACE MAT SETS liiipkins, 4 p iu:e nulls timl I scui I 1 t:liaiirt!iis<>, brown, jjrwii ami dark JJIMT Loc* Table Cloths Large 70"x»0" siio in ntru, 1 WOVIJII (if line yurns ou lace looms. A combination u[ bcuiily and elegance that Mother will mlore. 5 nliil, w n ' thuk hluc, nisi, rod, Luxurious Turkish Towdt ''?"! y ' 1,'." 1 ' l " 1 " 1 '-'""""»>' t"«-els in plain KIKIII"K ol niiiixp,. rose, blue, Ri-ccn, peach, grew iinl ch.-irtrcusc. J \'J' { 'J'OWf'l S 2'iX'i'l 1 1Q UKST TOWKLS 65 1 ACi: CLOTHS 29 Iliivid Free nf Charge BEAUTIFUL LOW COST HOMES OPEN FOR INSPECTION AT LESS THAN 5?o DOWN FOR QUALIFIED G.I. S Homes Priced From 000 *-. $1«> 500 A MAIMONE HOME IS BUILT FOR A LIFETIME OF GOOD LIVING! BRANCH AVENUE, LITTLE SILVER OPEN DAILY 9 A. M. TO 8 P. M. Homo Priced From $12,00 to $ COME, INSPECT THESE BEAUTIFUL HOMES TODAY! Vliilt Sl'NNVCRKST and see Hf bmutlful wide, nlndlnf roads, paved utrwu. Conirart has been let for nhwle tniea and street lighting, its well kept lawns, different colored riinfn, It* Individual type homes; It Is a picture well worth looking at and living In. Don't put It all. Visit SUNN VCBE8T any day. 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28 Page Twelve BED BAXK REGTETEB, MAT S. USE OUH CONVENIENT BUDGET PLAN ISO DOWN PAYMENT i» WEEKS TO PAY OUR MOTHER'S DAY GIFT TO YOU BIG 3 DAY EVENT Mhnionary to Speak It's flowers for' MOTHER'S DAY A fresh bouquet of flowers it wre to make Jiour Mother happ)) th'n Sunday. Driveway Coverings BLUESTONE CINDERS GRAVEL CRAY STONE TOP SOIL Shoemaker Fuel Co. LITTLE SILVER, N. J. TODAY FRIDAY SATURDAY TEL. RED BANK J OFF REGULAR PRICES On Everything In The Store * EXCEPT REDUCED MERCHANDISE EVERY DEPARTMENT IN THIS GREAT SALE... BSE OCB M PAYMENT BUDGET PLAN RAINCOATS SWEATERS DRESSES SKIRTS HOSIERY BLOUSES LINGERIE ACCESSORIES All our new Spring merchandise included in f/iis sale. We are making room for Summer nwrchandite due to come in now. Buy note and nave 25% on the new low price* of thit teason. Your Choice! Any 100% All Wool Wonted SUIT In Our Slock Regular to $ 30 sizes» to is 1(l to *> BUDGET YOUR BUYING NO DOWN l'avment 10 WEEKS TO PAY...ALL SALES FINAL... BLUEBIRD SHOPS, Inc. 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Ml ir MS hariaaawer In si brand itaw V-S trimk mains) * US) f* J-aJy arimi rssr k Ur4 MiNlan Mtar Cab wmt IMnfl rt>am] «amfsjrt it Mf Sus>ar Ouaelrax slngu-saaasi raarj axles; a-speari aptlonal e>n F>S * Ua> fa> 1«-ln. by 3-ln. ra«r krakas * Hva Whaalbasasi 133-ln., 147>lrils 15*-ln., ir«.ln., ifs'ln. + S'laaasl trammlnlan steineiarei + lackael by e>var 4400 autherltael tarvlia Italians * Chotk your ford Doalor today ngardmg tariy dolivryl.s. Your lord Dtdw'syour btit bit for USED CARS andjrucks # ftot MOUNT-ENGLISH SALES CO. 90 MO1NMOUTH STHELT UED BAINK Rev. R. W. jjchaefer Rev. Raymond W. Schaefer, a former missionary in China, will be the speaker at the annual church night service to be held tomorrow at Leonardo Baptist church. Hit address will follow a upper to be served at 6:30 o'clock by the Women's Missionary society of the church which is in charge of the evening's program. Rev. Mr. Schaefer was appointed a missionary of the American Baptist Foreign missionary society of the Northern Baptist convention in 1940 and served a term in West China. Designated to Chengtu tor language study, the missionary and his wife were later transferred to Ipin, Suifu. for station work. Since their return to this country in IM6, Rev. Mr. Schaefer has been assisting in the foreign mission society office. New York city. BeauJUvage Opens Fourth Season Saturday Beau-Rivage of Spring Lake, fa mous Jersey coast restaurant, will formally open ' IU fourth aecson Satarday, May 7, with a luncheonfashion show, which will be pre scnted by Fredericks, importers, of Montclair, Spring Lake and Allen hurst, fn the evening there will be a gala dinner with dancing at 9 o'clock. Among the many innovations for tha entertaining of bis guests George Suter, president and man' ager, has announced that through out the season there will be series of luncheon-fashion shows, with the better Now Jersey and New York shops offering the latest and smartest in fashions. Assisting Mr. Suter this year will be Nick Gara as maitre d'hotel, of patio fame, Balm Beach, Fla. To insure the finest cuisine Mr. Suter haa been fortunate tn securing the services of Edward Stuedli as chef de cuisine. Mr. Stuedli, born in Arbon, Switzerland, served his apprenticeship at Beau-Rivtge Palace hotel in Ouchy-Lmusanne 'atfer which the Spring Lake Beau- Rivage waa named. An interesting coincidence that came to light within the past few weeks is th fact that George Suter, in hib youth, also served his kitchen apprenticeship at the same place a short time before Edward Stuedli. Mr. Stuedli comes to Beau-Rivage with a wealth of background in the culinary art. Among his former connections were New York's Biltmore, Sherry-Netherland, St, Regis, India House, Rainbow room and, more recently during- the 1949 winter season, he was chef of th«bermudiana hotel in Bermuda. Ked Bank Police Find Stolen Car Red Bank police recovered stolen Long Branch car involved in an Eatontown accident Saturday night. The stolen car report was broadcast over the county police radio at 11:40 that night and a ftw minutes later Sgt. Leroy McKnlght was investigating a report that a' car had been left abandoned at the corner of Maple «ve. and Menmouth it. Sgt. McKnight learned that this car was involved in a hit-and-run accident with a vehicle operated by Thomas Virgil of Newark. Virgil told police he followed the car after the accident and the driver abandoned it while waiting (or a red light at the Monmouth at. and Maple ave. intersection. The driver could not be found. The car was stolen from Paul Bongmrsone of. Long Branch. WtMUtS* When "smsjng rahsvn to «*, tires go Cut! They're csusett br wheels getting oat of stinement of nbtbnccdv Theit cost is uneven tire weir, blow«ua, loss of control. Thrf'ie s problem! But heie's the smwef: Let w comet jwwcsf aowjriib ear scimticc (CM ««NMDtM. * y* * DidriiHmppm" It's Been "Quality" Since 1922 Joseph Wildanger Co. Body Builden Rebuilding... Reflnlshlng Gallon Hoists and Hump Bodies 4M Shrewsbury Ave., - Phons Red Bank, N. J. B. B. t-oml SAFETY HEADQUMTEIS UTtit SILVIR la RID eunk -1IM Mr. Clyde K. SHUIIIICII M Rcrklem Mace, Red Bank, N.,1. has just had a new Massive Unit shingle roof applied on his house by OLSON COMPANY, Inc. Uarflpld and First Aves,, Atlantic Highlands A. II. 1-OSt* I I I FIEEINSPECTIM M l CSTIMATf «Mfs Unwell,. WUfw,..,.. t,.. W. W. KENNEDY Local Representative Tel.: It. 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29 P6RN1MIIG5PGCMI Mount-English Sales Co. ltd tank Jtst what you nttd for FASTER, EASIER HAY MAKING ; - Evfty raiamf nn to, -gat hit hay In while the weather to right... here It (he mswer lo help yov dettthitsaewercsnae awerhfd to the Pent Tractor la eight Mlaate* < a lot of hay axowod by dinner time. Caa be ieteeaed Jut as vuur fer switchls* to oaber otalrmeat. Itoasoad of thtaew rent Tractor ae4 the id, aboit4aralb«brakes, make a Ml t Jab aothlag to warry aboat And worh)bawtoaiaad( stoat fusam and roller beariagi. With Ford Hydraalle Toaeh Control ft* mttrn Nat to kukjaur ktjfy Ufled Uttod over ever st.aiae, Haaipt, stamoi (toaei lawn e«raves. Was obetraetleii It hit <ba bar MriM kackwarl and the sickle stoat aoeallr, frereottag d. Baeklag fsl&mdtte ttl tofward rosets the ea fat.baa. Aik ai lat a d t t o Delivered Price of Tractor, $1340 Monmouth Tractor and Equipment Co N0USHTOWK BOAD FREEHOLD, N. J. ' raoitb FBEBHOLD MBM TUCKER'S Pictured above are the speaker* it the annual communion breakfait of Court St. James, Catholic Daughter! of America, Sunday at the Strand reataurant. They are Jlin Marguerite Ward, grand regent; Paul Kicrn&n, principal speaker, Mrs. Kiernan, Miss Helen iang, vice regent, and Mrs. Rita Haley. Douglas, breakfast chairman. Mora than 100 members attended, and prior to breakfast received Communion at St. James church. Mr. Kieman told the women "Today, when all churches, not alone the Catholic church, are being attacked by Communism, we have a definite obligation that we owe to Leonardo Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Hughes have returned from a four month vacation in Florida. Mri. Philip Peters has returned from apendlng the winter in Florida Ṁr. and Mrs. Harry Sternschui have been entertaining Mr. and Mrs. Edward Voolrath of Astoria, L. I. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Simms of Dumont spent the week-end with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Caruso of Kahway spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs; Frank S. Wadsworth. Mrs. Mae Holdsworth was hostess VJLXK WJGWtfM, MXT B, 19*f Fate TJtfrfttn Communion Breakfast Speakers our God, to stand by Him and to keep this great organization of oura alive and active, and to do things to offset the advance trmt has been made by Communism. "The biggest problem in our church today," he continued, "la not of any particular evil or corruption, but the pasfivenesi o( the laity. The church in bygone days was triumphant and alive, while today, we find on the other side of the picture, a laity th«t ii paaslve. We flnd that in order, to keep the Interest of the people alive in the affairs of the church, it ia necessary to have masses of short duration, and at convenient hours and short sermons." "The answer," concluded Mr. Kiernan, "is that we must take stock, we mast rally and try to save some of the zeal and vigilance from the older folk and put it into our daily life. It is our duly, and it should be our dedication that we realize that being Hia people here on earth that we are going to stand by and not let His fight go by the board. We can in this manner, make a better world, one in which we can all enjoy a better life." Mri. Kiernan was introduced by Mrs. Douglas. Other speakers were Miss Ward, grand regent, and Miss Lang, vice regent. at a pinochle party held la*t dletown Township flre department. Thursday by the auxiliary of Community fire company at the lit Named to attend a meeting o( that operated by William E. McCheaney group tonight at Belford were Mrs. of Asbury Park. Both drivers were I house. High score was held by William Heffei nan, Mrs. Clifford AI-' given careless driving summonses. Mrs. Laura Becker. Nancy Anne Bonora, daughter of 8gt, and Mrs. Steven Bonora, observed her birthday at a yarty last week at her home. Among her presents was a gift sent by nor father, who is stationed on Guam. Nancy Jane Schmidt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Schmidt, was dedicated at the Leonardo Baptist church Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Komelikt are having a new stone curbing built around their property. Mr. and Mri. Otto Blohm are new resident! on Hamilton ave. Mr. and Mri. John J. Corbett entertained Sunday for Mrs. Lawrence Corbett, 8r., Mr. and Mm. Lawrence Corbett, Jr., Lawrence Corbett, 3d, mad, Misses Dorothy Martin and Vlviaa -Corbett «f Madison. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Snable vlilted their ion, Albert Snable, and family at Newark Sunday. George Alverson ii visiting In San Francisco, Cal., with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Walsh, former residents here. He made the trip west by car. <.Jama* Alverson, who Is' stationed with the Navy in Rhode Island, spent the week-end with his mother, Mrs. James F. Alberson of Monmouth ave. The auxiliary of the Brevent Park and Leonardo flrs company held a game party Tuesday at the Are house. Mrs. Albert W. Cross held high score at bridge, and Mrs. Elsa Snable had high icora among pinochle player*. Mrs. Helen Rayntr, a summer resident here, has returned tn Brooklyn after spending several days with Mrs. Esther Alverson. Mrs. John Neiderman is confined to her home with an Injured Xoot. Hostesses for Tuesday evening card and game parties, sponsored by the auxiliary of the Brevent Park and Leonardo tire company, were named at a meeting Friday at the flre house. They will be Mrs. Harry Davis, Mrs. William Biernes, Mrs. James J. Fagin, Mrs. Patrick Loftus and Mrs. Bobert Grimm. Members discussed the new uniforms for the auxiliary of the Mlil- bertson', Mrs. Joseph J, Murphy and Mrs. Albert W. Cross. A hiithdny party for Mrs. Mary Albertsoo followed the session. Mrs. Olat Christy was hostess. HURT IN ACCIDENT Philip Ketterer, 75, and Peter Subowicz, two, both of 103 East River rd., Rumson. were treated by the Asbury Park flrat aid squad Sunday for injuries they received in an automobile accident at Asbury Park. They were passengers in a car driven by Stephen Subowlcs of 103 East River rd., Rumson, which collided with a vehicle Phyllis Wikstrom Engaged To G. B. Brown Mr. and Mrs. John Wikstrom of Freehold have announced the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Miss Phyl- Jis F. Wikstrom, to George B. Brown, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrj. Brown of McLaren st., Red BanK. A spring wedding is planned. Ml«a Wlkstiom was graduated from Freehold high school and Monmouth Memorial hospital school of nursing. She Is a member of the hospital nursing start. Mr. Brown, a graduate of Red Bank high school and the Institute ot Practical Drafting»t Newark, was <i lieutenant in 'he Air forces in India in World War II. He is employed IUS an engineering draftsman at Squier laboratory, Fort Monmouth. Gen. Wayne won his nickname ot "Mad Anthony" by his inspired night attack on the British at Stony Point, the strongest enemy post. Planting a Garden CAN BE FUN WHEN VOU USE THE RIGHT SEEDS USE THE MIGHT FERTILIZERS USE THE RIGHT TOOLS WE HAVE AIX THE RIGHT GARDEN' SUPPLIES B. D. WOLCOTT S SONS EATON! OWN, N. J. TEL FARM * GAKMEN SLITMEHS SINCE IRftl It Pays To Advertise In The Register NOW OPEN BAHR'S Seafood Restaurant CHOICE SEAFOOD-FRIED CHICKEN DINE DIRECTLY ON THE RIVER HIGHLANDS, N. J. SOMETHING WONDERFULtHAS HAPPENED AT LOFTS "Sunday, May 8th is Mother's Day" ayi Dorothy Stiekney, famous star f LIFE WITH MOTHER. "/ a»«think ej no lovelier tandy gift for itiothtr than Vojt'i delieiou* choeolaut. And the giftfrosceore a* bmutijuhy dctigncd Fm kmptti tobuu thmett." Something sweet ond itntimentol, loquenr token of affection,. Lovely Lingerie.,, and we've a complete collection sure to. please Mother... gowns, slips, petticoat!, all kinds of undies... nylon, rayon and silk, t o o... in all colors, lengths and sizes from 9 to 52. BARBIZON SEAMPRUFE MUNSINGWEAR SLft 2.98 to 5.98 NjtoB 4.50 to 4.98 Gowns 538 Slips 3.98 to 7.98 Gowns 4.98 to 7.98 VISTS - CHIMISU AS YOU LIKE IT- MUNSINGWEAR service er DEXDALE «* «heer «H kindt ta please MOTHER DEAR, shert, medium and long to fit all MOMS... at the new law nylon prices frem 1.Q0 All Gifts Wrapped with Ribbons and Bows TUCKERS CORSET SHOP 139 Iroadwy, Len Irtnch If YOU WT SOMEtOOY WITH YOUR CAR ^^^^P^B O^P i^aw^w Q seize your home? aetie your things? seise your income?,_ What's your protection? $ ; What's your protection If your ear should be itofco? \ If.-, i.finr it Of DtlTA T Tn m in -- Protection ii too inexpensive to neglect a minute or a mile. OTHttMUSHQUtSTIONS... 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You can tell it's mutual love-by die way mother's «yei light with delight when you give her Loft's candy on Mother's Day, You can tell how Loft's feeb about Mother when you see how sentimentally the gift boxes and baskets have been designed, how very carefully the very best of Loft's delicious chocolates have been chosen. Every beautiful box is gift-wrapped and ready. Corne see the tempting, tantalizing variety of Mother's Day gift ideai-at practical, sensible prices. When yon think of Mothers-think of Lofl'$. Loft's chocolates-at fine at you can give, LOFT LOW CANDY SHOP 13A BKOAD STREET, H O BANK

30 P1AX0 STUDY LILLIAN TERHUNE, M.B., li BOH- enrolling students for Runnur Study In PIANO Atvtmtti avjtnners - Intermedia* Adult Befinncn. Theory Harmony Stadia: It Hudson A»#., Red Bank. Phone B B. Ml««REFRIGERATORS (PLENTY OF ICE CUBES) A I L S T E E L ONLY 1.25 PER WEEK 10-DAY FREE TRIAL F U L L C u I I c r T. Seaboard Service L.. *sisi. R S A. P. a-ttao Senior Scouts Hold Luncheon Girls Visit Uelauey 1 arm at Shrewsbury The senior Girl Scout troop, which meets at the Red Bank Prcsbytcrinn church, held a box luncheon lost week at the home of the troop leader, Mrs. Elston Combs at Shrewsbury. Following luncheon members visited Jack Delancy's farm, near the Comba' home, and Mr. Dclaney entertained with his trick horse, "Dark Secret." Peggy Macdonald, troop president, and Patty. Combs, troop scribe, with Mrs. Combs, attended a recent Scout dinner Riven by the Red Bank Lions club, Peggy Macdonald, Janet Magce, Janet Muyskirus and Bee Sweeting, troop members, assisted with serving at reception at the Red Bank Presbyterian church, given recently for the new pastor. Troop ' members serve a* baby fitters Sunday at the Red Bank Presbyterian church, so that parents may attend services. Eight children were cared for Easter Sunday In charge of Patty Comba. Janet Muysklns was In charge Sunday. ' ' ' Even when you serve them plain, cup cakes have the delicate, homemade flavor you like when you make them with Cuplcls. Just add an egg and milk. BACKACHE, LEG PAINS MAY BE DANGER SIGN Of Tind Kidneys When disorder af kidney ftmttloa ttnahi Mlsonoui matter to raisin in rour blood, Hint, pal Ores, headmhes and id ditiin. ditttik Frequent or ttanty pauaies with smarting and burnlnt SOBWtlmcs shows tntn ( wbttaini wrong with rour kldnqra or bltdder. Don't wait I Aik jour drureut for Doan's Pills, a stimulant diuretic, used sueeeisfully by millions for ovtr SO ytars. Doan'i atw happy relict and will help the IS miles of kldntr tubes flush out polspnouswasmfnai Kmr Wood, Gtt Data's Kill. RE BANK BEGISTER, MAT 5, 194* Protests Issuing Of Permits for House Trailers Navesinfc, Locust Association to Petition Township Committee A petition protesting the issuance of permits for house trailers in Navesink and Locust will be presented to the Middletown township committee at its meeting next Wednesday by a committee representing the Navesink and Locust association. The committee wa«appointed at a meeting Friday fight in Navesink library and comprises Mrs. Howard Mtxson, ' Russell VV. Mount, Si'., Samuel Siegel and Mrs. 5, H. Howe, Other members will attend the township session. It was also decided at the association meeting to notify ths township committee that there arc a number of open wells in various sections in which children could fall. The secretary was authorized to writs a letter to the Middletown township police asking them to low down the speed of autos in Navesink, and Locust. It was also voted to have a survey made by the health committee to learn how many are in favor of having the township collect garbage.. New members joining the association at the meeting were Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Parker, Mies Julia Ostermann, Frank Racenel, Robert Denton, Mrs. Mildred Campbell, Stanley Konak, Robert Flett and Mrs. A. Sloan. The association is desirous of increasing its member ship and everyone interested in civic affairs are asked to join. Henry Maxson, Navesink, is prcsi dent. Atlantic Highland* taxation that the borough rate for 1949 is $67.19 per thousand, 20 cents a thousand higher than last year. Samuel Oberenko was honored Saturday night at Elizabeth by the Jersey Central railroad, from which company he recently retired. Dominic J. Caruso, Jr., stationed at Fort Houston, Tex., is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mm. Dominic J- Caruso. Mr. and Mrs. Dentils Lingo hav«returned from a vacation in Texas. The W.S.C.S. of the Meihodift ehurch Mill hold a tea at the church Sunday at 3 p. m. Rev. 8. C. Thele of New York city will be guest speaker. A hobby and crafta show was held Friday night at the Presbyterian church. Joseph Shcna has opened a new barber shop at 94 First ave. ' Mr. Shena, who is director of the municipal band, viajs formerly employed in the barber shop of Tony Gardner, Mount ave. More than 250 persons were served a roast beef dinner Saturday night by the Methodist Men'a club. W. Bard Wright was general chairman. The dinner was served, in the church basement. The official opening of Shotry'a taven on First ave. waa held Saturday. The tavern is owned and operated by John Czuba, formerly of Union Beach, who purchased the establishment from Wesley Weinhold. It was formerly known as the Village Chop house. The cast of "Live and Let Live," the senior class play, js scheduled to give a performance today before hospital patients at Fort Monmouth. The play was given at the school last Thursday and Friday, Dean Edward G. Schlaefer of Monmouth Junior college spoke to the junior and senior cla«s boys during an assembly program last week. Maj. John H. Posten, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Harry Posten, spoke on the benefits of an Air Corps career in a recent assembly program. Ma). Posten, a graduate of the local high school in 1936, was n tighter pilot in the Pacific theater during the war. He received the silver star iind the purple heart. At present he is stationed at Goodfcllow Army Air base, Texas. The local Girl,Scout troop held a program Tuesday at the school Police reported two week-end accidents on Memorial parkway. The first occurred Saturday afternoon when car* driven by'frank Falconetti of Navesink River rd., Middletown, and Mrs, Etta LOCKliart of this borough collided en the parkway near Grand and Central aves. The other accident occurred Sunday evening when cars operated by Eugenie Hillyer of Navesink and Harold K. Magnu son of Newark collided at the in- auditorium. Eighth grade pupils yesterday tersection of First ave. and Me-toomorial parkway. The senior class will leave next a trip to Tarrytown, N. Y. Members of the Lions club Monday night attended a district meet- Washington, D. C. Wednesday on a three-day trip to ing at Freehold. The high school operetta, under! The Monmouth CrafUman'a club direction of the music department, of this borough will award a television set on the co-operative plan will he held May 27. May 20 at the Masonic temple. John S. 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AVAILABLE IN 10" JET BLACK NICKEL GREY WHITE SIZES tt TO M Other Bathing Suits from $4.95 to $23.00 TltT'S WRIT IWNEIS SAY A I M THS l»»l PIBVEK NEW 1141 Imagine being able to drive hundreds of miks In a day and scarcely feel U. That 1 show restful and relaxing Oils road-hugging new 191,9U1ERCUHY is! Owners say there isn't a maother-riding, easier-jiandling car in Us class! And thereim't! vrou can look forward to yean of eiie and re* 1 taxation in your new 1949 Mercury. For everything in it bit been raai-proim by thousands of owners for million) of mileit Here are a few of the many good things you get: A powerfully thrifty new 8-cylinder, V.type enrine! Owners claim 17,18,19miles per gallon and up!* Front coil tpringint! A restful "comforttorn' f riie! Easier itmrint! "Suprr-s afety" bnht! 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31 MONMOUTH LAWN SERVICE Vaunt Fed, and Jeeondltioneal Lswus Mowed and Estate. Cared for Contracted at Monthly Hates Estate* Cleaned Estimates Ctycrfully Given. Driveways Built Ted Hammond, M(r. Phone Highland or Eatontown J "PRISCILLA" HOOP CHAIR Comfortable aa au easy chair. Sturdy, long-life construction. Smart appearance. Cradled in Flexible Wooden Hoops. Outdoor Table and Bench Sets $18.50 and Outdoor Grills on Wheels Complete with Spit at only, $12.50 R. Hance & Sons inc. 42 MONMOUTH ST. M prim ymi Mc«to fctorf ouse H«v tj'hnr Md dmlm... yon wore room in Ie space. Supur Freezer freeiea mad store* 21 pounds of food in COLDER COLD freem iaa cubti fatter. Meat Storafa H bu.h.1 of regtublat erfip and fnah m aoitt cold. t-year ProtMtion Plan on faraoui Sconomiter M»-.luiit with a 90*. 10% DOWN 2 Years to Pay BIG TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE OH YOUR REFRIGERATOR. BETTER HOUSEKEEPING SHOP 3 STORES TO SHOP - 8 UPPER BROAD ST. Open Every Night Until 9 46 MONMOUTH ST. jxsjft v Broadway RED BANK Long Branch KKD JUNK REGISTER, MAY."i. l!hf> Discuss Erosion Problem With Driscoll Governor Alfred E. Driscoll discusses the shore erosion problem with (hors officials. Picture was taken at a conference Friday at the Garfleld-Grant hotel, Long Rotary Cogg The Bed Bank Rotary club ha«appointed its president, Victor Satter, as the official delegate to represent the local civic body at the International convention to be held in New York. A (pedal roam has been reserved at the New Yorker hotel for it* representatives, which will be considered as Red Bank headquarters for those who will be able to attend the session* of the convention. Edward Kelly, treasurer of the local Rotary club, ha* been appointed alternate. The district conference of Rotarians is being held today and tomorrow at Asbury Park. The Red Bank club will be represented at this gathering by Its president, Paul Young, secretary and past president, Elmer Hesse. The Weekly letter to members ot the ilub known as Rotary Cogs, which has been going out regularly under Rotat'kui Ben Parker, will, begining this week, be edited by Charles Gallagher. Kodiak inland in Alaskan waters is about the size of Connecticut, IN NEW JERSEY Griffiths Have the NEW SPINET MODEL Neevcs Indicted By Grand Jury; The retiring December session of the grand jury Monday handed down several indictments, one for assault with Intent to kill against Irving Reeves, Jr., of 10 Wharf ave. He Is charged with attempting lo kill Miss Eva Muy White, 18, who wajs thai War. 18 at Lung Branch. The bill also accuses Reeves of atrocious assault and battery in conjunction with the alleged attack. Reeves is alleged to have fired a pistol shot at the girl as ehe was coining down the stairs at the home of her sister and brother-inlaw. The bullet entered Miss White's thigh. She was a patient at Monmouth Memorial hospital until Mar. 28. Peter Whalen of KeiinsbuiK was Indicted for grand larceny of $2,- 652 worth ot materials from llie Cochranc Chemical company, Matuwan township, Murray Cohen of 5t Wallace st., Red Bank, was indicted on a charge of assault ani battery against his wife, Mrs. Bertha Cohen of Hillside, when ahe came to Visit him Mar. 22. HAMMOND ORGAN Complete^ ready to plug in light racket; All In one unit Includtn^- ' speaker and ban pedals. Double keyboard and built-in-vibrato. AT GRIFFITHS 1300 Delivered Width 45H" S height UH"i depth 25"; Including Bench SMALL DOWN PAYMENT-BALANCE ON TERMS "The Music Center of New Jtrsey" GRIFFITH PIANO.CO. -STEINWAV REPRESENTATIVES- 605 BROAD STREET, NEWARK 2, \. J. Open Wednesday Evenings until 9-Phone MArket Branch, attended by SO shore mayora and other officials. Left to right: Commissioner Joseph J. Tomaini, Long Branch; Mayor Charlei E. Apnlcgate, Keyport; Deputy Mayor Basil B. Bruno, Long Branch, Governor Driscoll, and Mayor Thomn.i Farrcll and Councilman George H. Krauea, Sea Bright. Highlands Jameji Kinlan wan it-elected head of the local Democratic party lait week. Others elected were Mrs, Lillian Bcllevancc vice chairman, Mm. Margaret Lytnan secretary and Mrs. Ethel Kinlan secretary. John T. Ftemm, Democratic candidate for council, and Edward Dooley were welcomed as new members of the Lions club last week. Club members Monday night night attended a district Uons club meeting at Freehold. The lo-. cal Boy Scout troop prepared dinner for (ho club at last week's meeting in the basement of St, Clement's church. Councilman Herbert Hartsgrove, chairman of the police committee, expocts the new Ford police car to be delivered this week. William Loihlc cut his right hand last week while operating a power mower on the Memorial athletic field on Navcalnk ave. The American Legion auxiliary will hold a poppy poster contest to begin next month. Hra. Isabella Rodriguez it in charge- Arthur Robertson, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Robertson, celebrated his seventh birthday with a party at his home Monday. About 35 children and their. parents attended. The American Legion post will observe its 20th anniversary May 20 with a dinner-dance at Cedar inn. Mortimer Van Sauter of Red Bank, state vice chairman; Job Ireland, county commander; Mia. Thomas White, county Legion auxiliary commander, and mayor Joseph A. Dcmpscy of Highlands are expected to attend. Mrs. Deborah Bogus and Mrs. Nell Patterson attended th. cornerstone laying ceremonies of the Atlantic Highlands Methodlit church Sunday. Mrs. Charles R. Stillwagon, state vice president of the Parent-Teacher association, will install the new local officers tonight at the grammar Rchnol, The officer* are Mrs. Fred Bedle president, Mrs. Richard Derby first vice president; Mrs, Grace Wright second vice president, Miss Mary O'Neil treasurer, Mrs. Andrew Dano recording secretary, Mrs. Elizabeth Kehoe corresponding secretary and Mrs. Richard Parker historian. The Women's guild of St. Andrew's church will hold a card parly this afternoon at the church. Hostesses will be Mrs. John Opfer inann, Mrs. Ethel Johnson, Mrs. William Rauicher and Mrs. Alfred Wright. Mrs. Fred Moor* has donated a hand-made afghan, which will be awarded under the co-operative plan at St. Andrew's church. The proceeds will go to the church fair fund. The fair will be held July 15. The Girls' Friendly society met yesterday at the church. The Sons and Daughters of Liberty met Monday at the old fire house. 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The play in the n»>' story of two sisters from Ohio who take up residence in a basement apartment in Groomvirh vilthgr. Alms Lnpidu*, a Ret! Bank resident, plays the role of Eilorn, the jslster who i.s a hopeful iirtre.ti', and Miss Nathanaon will portray Ruth, the sister of the story hpnt on becoming a. writer. Boyi cmi nialt* pocket money by tell* inir The Hcgister, Aflvmiiement. [nfm/tr\ L m J"^LEMn V 1 / Page fifteen LEARN TO DRIVE KXPEKT INSTRUCTION LATE MODEL CARS I^MIIIK fnrl. Tf»t «ln.'ki IH l.e»»«n> liirj. Te.t RID iank AUTO DRIVI SCHOOL WaMiiian'fi Gulf Service Station LOR. MAPLE AVE. ft WEST FRONT ST. PHONE IED IANK A.NMKKW K. TONKONOGV, M(r. LOOK OUT FOR ROUTE 34 Open Every Tuesday At 7 P. IB, LOWKSI 1 PRICES ON -^^Ml CLOTHINC-FOOD$-TOY$-TOOwv llwf Free ^"" ARMY SURPLUS f Entertainment Everything For Tht Horn* 4 Farm * While You Shop I>AKK ' ls ^ LOOK FOR Tilt: HIU CARMVAf. TEST On Route M at Iftlh Ave.,lu»l West of Belmar, % Mile* South nf Airport and Outdoor Theatre. 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32 Part Sixteen Itst Ctrstts VMM kr Gratasl* ConMkfM TUCKERS COMET SHOP IM BroUway Long Branch Trees oulk County «nd well known Iki it b«. holly in.,». Writ. I af,. ii iktnew, fine, American Hollv irubi. MONMOUTH LANDSCAPE SERVICE Atlantic Hi klan4l, N. J. Ban»2 FIAKO Pll CRUST MIX JWTMOIMTU-MUMdMKE So easy to use just add water, roll and bake. So sure in results because the ingredients are precision-mixed. So delicious because it contains only finest quality flour, baking powder, shortening and salt. POISON IVY OAK >r SUMAC SlopUchimr.drynp blisters quickly.saf t ly. -'IVY-DRY "WHY" Send Your Furs and Winter Garments Out of Town for Storage? LEON'S 2 Certified Vaults 2 Are at Your Service. We Invite Your Inspection. 4 7«WHITE STREET Red Bank Zoning Accord Apparently Near In Sea Bright I'arrelU Says Buar<l«Agree to Legalize Ituoining Houses The long-debated question about what businesses may be allowed to operate along the Sea Bright beachfront moved toward settlement Friday night. The mayor and council and member* of the borough'* board of adjustment discussed this problem at a caucus meeting which, according to Mayor Thomas Farrell, "resulted in agreement between the two boards." The mayor said it had been deided to authorize the operation of rooming and two-family houses which were in use as such prior to Jan. 1, 1948, in both the residential zone* of the North and South beaches. Aside from legalizing these residential accommodations, some uf which have been in operation without borough authority for years, the new law would permit issuance of a license to Chris' Landing, which rents boats. This is the only non-residential business in the South Beach area. Apparently, before anyone could have authority to operate any ullier type of business, including apartment houses, he would have to be granted a variance in the zoning law. Also, the rule would prevent operation ef rooming houses opened for business later than Jan. 1, 1948, unless a variance was granted. Revision of the zoning ordinance, to adapt a "more realistic approach to the zoning problem," has been the job of the board of adjustment since the start of this year, the mayor laid. There have been frequent complaints in council sessions that officials should act either to permit rooming houses to do business or should order them closed. The revised law also would make it. mandatory for all who are granted operational permits to be licensed. The license, sold for a fee, would enable the borough to maintain a better form of control over these businesses. As initially drawn, it was indicated, apartment houses are not authoriied. Apartment house operator* not only would have to seek special borough permission for a license, but would have to maintain their building! unaer the requirement! of the atati tenement laws which art rigid. Recently, Stephen J. O'Connor, who operated two apartment homes on South Beach last year, announced he would not open them this season since he had been informed they failed to meet the tenement restrictions. ESCAPES INJUBY Wesley Whelan of Long Branch, employed at the Fort Monmouth cold storage plant, escaped injury Monday morning when his car struck a utility pole on Oceanport ave., Oceanport. Mr. Whelan reported to Chief Charles Walling of Oceanport that hi was cut off by another car which he claimed left the seen* of the accident. P081/C S4l A* I have moved to and established permanent residence In Maryland, I will wll at Public Auction to the highest bidder and give immediate possession of my house at: SPECIAL 1OK MOTHER'S DAY Orchid Corsages from 00 HONEY BEE FLOWERS RUSSELL T. HODGKIM 464 BROAD STREET RED BANK WEST FRONT ST. TEL RED BANK REGISTER, MAT 5, 194f AIR CONDITIONING HEATING J. H. Mount Co. M MOAD mm MD BANK e-4)9o Englneen f o r ' Summer Cooling "Packaged" Air Conditioning Automatic Central Heating ICTO MARKETS RED BANK I MIT IILIX ia&il J. H. KELLY CO. Cor. Broad St. ft Harding Rd. RED BANK PHONE MONMOUTH ST. TEL r Deliveriat Will Be Mad* From Our Front Street Store Only WILSON'S CLEAR BROOK Ji PKINT BUTTER FRESH or CORNED PLATE BEST GRADE SKINLESS FRANKS FRESH JERSEY Roasting SWIFT'S SLICED BACON FRESH CHOPPED SHOULDER PORK CHOPS ^ ^ 4} to 5-Lb. Size M M CHICKEN 45 c Ib FRESH CUT JERSEY Asparagus FIRM GREEN JERSEY CABBAGE 32 WALL ST., WEST LONG BRANCH, NEW JERSEY oh TUESDAY, MAY 24th, at 1:30 P. M. SECOND FLOOB: Three large light nnd airy bedrooms with ample closet and storage space. Tile bath (tub and shower)! not imitation or plastic, but genuine tile. Large linen closet, FIRST FLOOR: Living room 13' x 27' with open fireplace, open atairway. Dining room, kitchen-tile with ouilt-in closets, modern plumb- Ing, gas range. A kitchen that every woman will appreciate and one that you will take pride in at all your culinary efforts. CELLAR: Full cellar under entire house with concrete floor, sevenfoot clearance. Automatic gas hot water heater, laundry, shower bath. Built-in cabinets and shelves, inside and outside entrances. GROUNDS: 110 feet frontage by 199 feet in depth. Ample rounds permitting one to keep their neighbors at a comfortable distance. Spacious velvet-like lawns. Beautiful shade trees (maples), brubbery and flowers. Large two-car garage. LOCATION: Situated in fine residential section that is zoned for residences only. School bus passes door. Convenient to bus lines (only one block west of Norwood Ave.) shopping center, churches and all points.. RKMAKKS: (This it a dwelling that anyone would take owning. It can be occupied at once without having to spend one cent In repairs. Equipped throughout with full length screens, metal weather tripping, combination storm doora, hardwood floors, chestnut trim, attic insulated, Venetian blinds, electrical outlets throughout the entire house, asbestos roof, Tf you arc looking for a real home, here is one that you may have at your own appraisal. Taxes are $ This sale affords everyone H rare opportunity of buying a home In a location where the spirit of Improvement is pnrnmount, free from the congestion of the city, where an atmosphere of tranqullity predominates and in a borough that is well governed by progressive and enthusiastic administrators that have made West Long Branch a thriving community of happy and contented home owners. INSPECTION: Prior to May 24th, by contacting the Auctioneers, On date of gale the house will bo open from 9 A. M, until sale time Tbj highest bidder will be required to pay a deposit of 20% (cash or ctrtlfled check) nt time of Hale, If you arc unable to attend the idle you my leave your bid with the Auctioneers. By Order of: MISS LENA D'APPOLUTO?' - Vi'Viifa Auctioneers * m """' Av<1 " ''""«Bram-h, N.,1. " "UIINIS, I'hone R-SfittH i Members "A'utionM Hwlcty vf Auvlioucvr*'' - MILK FED VEAL CUTLETS BONELESS FRESH or CORNED BRISKET SWIFT'S SELECTED SIRLOIN T-BONE SWIFT'S SELECTED RIBS MILK FED LEGS SWIFT'S PREMIUM FULLY COOKED AMS STEAK 65 c Ib VEAL 59" Fresh Picked 2 JERSEY SPINACH TENDER GREEN BEANS Lbs. For

33 RED BANK REGISTER 7 Gents PER COM VOLUME LXXI, NO. 45. RED BANK, N. J. f THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1949 SECTION THREE PAGES 1 TO 16 Keansburg Votes Tuesday to Elect 3 Councilmen Grand Jury Probe Being Diaetuaed by Waitl'Brennan Group Keansburg voteri will go to the poll! Tueiday to elect three men to icrve on the borough council. There are 12 candidates. The ternu of Mayor William Turner and Councilman J. F. S. Martin arc expirinf. The third aeat wai made vacant on the death of James Fallon. The voting will end one of the most lively political campaigns in borough history. This week's campaigning was climaxed by a talk Tuesday night of a possible grand jury Investigation of municipal affairs. Intimations that a request might be made to the courts for a municipal probe were made at a rally Tuesday night of the Oood Government group. This group has endorsed the candidacy of Leon A. Waitt and Felix J. Brennan. The incumbents immediately Issued a statement they would welcome uch an investigation.. The Oood Government group has been criticising the present administration and has presented a tenpoint program for Improvements. The incumbents, Mayor Turner and Councilman Martin, have James Oravany as a running mate and are being backed by the Progressive league which hag been campaigning the past two weeks. Other candidates seeking election are Bernard Rowden, William Balbach, Sr., Dominick Wolf, Joseph Mulligan, Sr., George Worth, George Sullivan and John J. Eckenon. A 13th entry, Anthony A. Auer, withdrew his petition this week. He said business pressure would pre- 'Vent him from devoting the necessary time to a council job. Mr. Auer also jtald he is connected with an alcoholic beverage firm and therefore could not vote on liquor license issues while on the council. Mr. Balbach will hold a social function tomorrow night at Balbach's auditorium which will be open to the public. Saturday night, the Progressive league will hold a meeting at Balbaoh's, while the Good Government group will meet the same night at the first aid quad building. Monday night the two groups will sponsor election eve rallies at the same plaees. The first hint of grand Jury talk came Tuesday night when William A. N. Haag, former recorder, asserted the "extortion and attempted extortion hut to be stopped and urged a blue ribbon grand Jury investigation." While their supporters were talking In that vein and also claiming that the Keaneburg newspaper Is run by politicians, the candidates themselves have been criticising the administration for Us alleged mismanagement of financial affairs,' awarding of contracts, using duress against employees in soliciting funds for their campaign and oth- «r acts. The incumbents have attempted to defend their record by pointing to various phases of progress in the borough and the fact that 800 new homes have been built in Keansburg during the past three year*. They have also cited that this year's tax rate was lower than the IMS rate. The opposition pointed out, however, that the incumbents used $129,000 in surplus as an "election year trick to fool the public." One of the most controversial Issues of the campaign has been the ewage disposal plant under construction. The Waltt-Brennan forces have charged that the borough fought against the project at an estimated cost of $85,00012 yean ago until ordered by the high courts to comply with a department of health order. As a result,- they claim, work was started last year with the project now costing $350, The Incumbents, who have each been in office 16 years, have answered that they were prevented from complying with the order because of wartime restrictions on materials. Concerning the accusation* of duress against borough employees, the Waltt-Brennan faction said they learned that members of the 11-man police department were "asked to kick in $50 each, but even of them refused." They contended, "other borough employees were asked to kick in $25 each." Each faction has printed campaign booklets which have been distributed to the voters. In the booklets, a brief biographical ketch ot the candidates appear and the campaign platforms are outlined. Harlo dark Sworn in As Grand Jury Foreman Harlo Clark of Long Branch and O. Walter Seabrug ot AUenhurst were sworn in as foreman and deputy foreman, respectively, of the new grand jury at Freehold Monday. Superior Court Judge Thomas Brown told the jury, with regard (o gambling and bookmaking cases, that the basis of his address "J* made to call to your attention that you should not present a presentment. Do not attempt ai grand jurors to become legislators. The matter of enforcing this law rests with you as grand jurors and the prosecutor." TO l'bkach SUNDAY Dr. Evan Reiff of the Eastern Baptist seminary will be the guest preacher Sunday morning and cvsnlng at the New Monmouth Baptist church, Players To Give Comedy For PTA Education Fund Mr*. Arthur Mayhew Coaching Group For May Production Mrs. Arthur Mayhew of Little Silver is coaching the cast of "His Nsme was Aunt Nellie," the play to be presented by the Little Silvers Players May 1» and 20 at Little Silver school. Proceeds will aid the. Little Silver Parent-Teacher association in th«ir visual education aid program at that school. Mrs. Mayhew is known in this area for her ability in the fields of acting, teaching and play-writing. She has appeared in many local products, and last year won the drama award of the State Federation of Women's clubs for her original play, "Incident in Monmouth." This year Mrs. Mayhew coached the play "The Blue Ribbon Hat," given by the Red Sank Woman's club at the third district drama festival in Asbury Park, and the entry won first prize. Another of Mrs. Mayhew's interests Is radio. For many years she was program director for WBRB, She did the program, "Concerning Women Today" during war' year* at WCAP. She has also directed women'* programs at WJLK. Appearing in the play are Mrs Karl Jacobl, Mrs. John Vander- Voort, Mrs. Josephine Burnside, Mrs. Evelyn Dletie, Mrs. H- Dalton Hall, Robert Burnside, Samuel Ubovsky, Milton Flnley and Noel Nilson. Chairmen include Mrs. M. L. Campbell, tickets; Mrs. Charles Edelmann, program; Mr. and Mrs Robert Becker, scenery; Mrs Ralph Belknap, Ushers; Mrs. Gerald Harney, properties; Mrs- L. C. Tyack, publicity; Mrs. Portland Merrill, refreshment*, and Lawrence Dutchy«hyn, photography. Tickets are being sold by members of the cast and Mrs. George Prawbaugh, Mr*. Noel Lartaud, Mrs. Robert Matthews, Mrs. Robert Maver, Mrs. George Byser, Mrs. William Hoffmann, Mrs. Richard Clapp, Mrs. John Eggenberger, Mrs. William Boyce, Mrs- Merrill, Mr*. Tyack, Mrs. Nilson and Mr. Dutcnyshyn. This is the second production to be presented by th«players, of which Mrs. Hall is chairman. Their first, "Light Competition," was put on at Christmas a* entertainment for a P.T.A. meeting. This was so accessful.and so well received that it led to the formation'of a more permanent group as a branch activity of the association- It Is expected that two play* will be given each year. At present the proceed* will go to the P.T.A. fund a*sl«tlng the board of education in th* purchase of sound movie equipment for the school. Go-Workers Honor Fair Haven Man Horton Completes 25 Yean' Service Frank L. Horton of Fair Haven will be honored today by associates In Western Electric Kearny works at a luncheon in the plant He will receive a gold service emblem. Occasion is his 25th anniversary with the firm.' Mr. Horton Joined Western Electric a* a cost accountant when the Wekearnyan plant began operations. When the office of executive secretary of the Wekearny club was created In 1927, he was appointed to that post Ten year* later he took charge of the employment, hospital and restaurant organisations. During th* war he was in charge of the plant'* security and veterans' re-employment bureau. He became night administrative supervisor in 19*7 and early in IMS was made assistant superintendent of personnel and result* for the wire and cable shops. A native of Jersey City, he Is a graduate of Dickinson high school. He served with the Marines in World War I and is a member of the American Legion and the Stanley S. Holmes chapter of the Telephone Pioneers of America. Tractor Runs Over New Monmouth Farmer Benjamin Marmulateln of New Monmouth I* in fair condition at Rlverview hospital with injuries suffered yesterday when a tractor ran over him and pushed him into a ditch. He waa plowing on his farm when the tractor stalled. As he cranked the motor the tractor moved forward' and passed over his stomach. He was taken to the hospital by the Mlddletown first aid squad of Bast Keanaburg. Mr. Marmulatein occupies the former Douglas) Edwards farm on the road from New Monmouth to Cherry Tree farm on Highway 35. HEALTH CLINICS Two clinics will bo held next week at the Mlddletown township Public Health center at Campbell's Junction, sponsored by the township Nursing association. The well-daby clinic will be held at the Center Tuesday at 9 a. m., and the pre-natal clinic will be Wednesday, May 11, at 2 p, m. Discontinuing preiont lint of greeting curds, selling Ht half price, Including Mothcr'i Day cards,'swiss citrdi not Included, Spinning Wheel, t Mechanic trcot, ncd Dank. Advertisement. Cbryilar, Plymouth, International BIIM Chryslir, Plymouth, Intwnatlonil 8«l»i pi nr»le«. llaurlct Schwarts, Phone and Mrvlca, Msurlea Schwarts, Paon» j Jb a>l7it/-«wt*itlinhst, «, a, *-07i;,>a4T«rUiN>*ak _ To Handle Sdea Wallace C. Thomson Thomson Joins Acacia Mutual Leaves Metropolitan To Take Agency Wallace C. Thomson of Conover ave., Middletown village, last week wag appointed Monmouth county representative of the Acacia Mutual Insurance company of Washington, D, C. He will work out of the Newark branch office ot the company. He will handle sales of various type policies pertaining to life insurance. Mr. Thomson spent the past seven years with Metropolitan Life Insurance company, the last three years working out of the Red Bank district office. A former radio and concert singer, he is soloist at the Red Bank Methodist' church. He is a member of Middletown township Lions club. Mr. Thomson -i* operating his of Ace from his home. Hold Pre-School Round-Up Here Children to Be Examined Next' Week Each year since 1947, Red Bank public schools have conducted a pre- chool registration and spring round-up. The program as it now exists has a two-fold purpose, the review of the expected fall pupil population and a health examination designed to permit parents to have their children'* defect* corrected before the opening of school in September. The principals of each elementary school and the school hoalth department co-operate in the organization and planning of registration and examination days. Those school* which have Parent- Teacher associations, make special contributions to the program. However, parent groups in all schoo's assist during registration and examination. In preparation for registration, the parent must bring the child's birth certificate and any other records which may be available. In order to be eligible for the kindergarten in September, a child's fifth birthday must occur on or befor* Nov. 1, It is recommended that a child be vaccinated against smallpox before entering school. Each child will receive a complete physical and dental examination. Examinationdays are a* follows: Monday, May 9, River Street school, 9:30 a. m.; Thursday, May 12, Oakland Street school, 9:30 a. m.; Friday, May 13, Mechanic Street school, 9:30 a. m., and Friday, May 20, Fort Monmouth, 9:30 a. m. Council Acts on Personal Tax Contract for New Pipe Goes to John B. Gaul The Red Bank mayor and council Monday night authorised Borough Attorney Leon Reussille to write letters to delinquent personal taxpayers, explaining the seriousness of the situation. The delinquent taxes in this category amount to about WOO. The majority of delinquents are persons who reside in apartment houses. Joseph Palmiert has been deputized by Mri, Julia Keough, collector, to make collections. A contract for Installing a new eight-inch pipe line from Front st., down Wharf ave., to Union st., across Union st. to Washington st., and up Washington st., to Front st, wac awarded to the John P. Gaul company on^a bid of $5, Other bidders were Frank Nero & Son, Itic, and Thomas Proctor company. Permission was granted the Biaxton Merritt post 27S, American Legion, to sell poppies Saturday, May 28. Permission was granted Calvary Baptist church for a tag day Saturday, May 14. Local 39 of the Policemen's Benevolent association anked for council consideration of the 40- hour work week, according to state law. V«u Naatt Slttp, Put up green window shndea and hava the youngsters not up Inter, Green shades with rollers 08 cents. Duplex nhndes on your rollers In wnshanlo Pyroxolln tl.fto* Wn mnko nny kind of a window shade, Nntlonul a * to. Frown's. Advertisement, Lawn Mowers Headquarter* for power nml hand mower* huruti 8*)e<.'Umi, Mfnrilt MArhln* ahnp, ii Mtchanle itnet, Rid I Atlantic Highlands Senior Play for Wounded Soldiers 'live and Let Live' To Be Presented at Fort Monmouth Tonight Under sponsorship of the Junior Red Cross) council, the Atlantic Highlands high school senior class play, "Live and Let Live," will be presented tonight at Fort Monmouth for the wounded soldiers. The president of the council Is Arthur Martin, who was chosen one of the four student* in Monmouth county to attend the Wellesley College Junior Red Cross conference at Wellesley, Mac*., last summer. He is the only Junior Red Cross member to be on the regular Red Cross board in the county. The council was active March In the successful Red Cross drive in Atlantic Highlands. The play, produced by special arrangement with Samuel French, is directed by Mis«Margaret B. Mc- Crea, foreign language Instructor and faculty adviser of the Junior Red Crass council. The proceeds of the play, which wag given' before large and appreciative audiences laat Thursday and Friday nights In the auditorium of the Atlantic Highlands high school, went toward the expenses of the class trip to Washington, scheduled for May Arrangements for the transportation to Fort Monmouth tonight of the Junior Red Cross council and members of the senior play caist were made possible through the kindness and co-operation of the Boro Bus company, Red Bank. Home Properties Have New Owners Red Bank, Shretvibury Placet Among Sales Noting a marked Increase In real estate activity, the firm of Walker h Tlndal), realtors, report* the closing of four property sale* In the last two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. C. Donald English have sold their house, 77 Tower Hill ay*., Red Bank, to Mr. and Mr* laiwi* W. Brook* of Philadelphia, who will occupy their new house on completion of redecorating. Mr. Brooks Is employed by the Karagheuslan Rug company, Freehold, a* a salesman. Dr. and Mrs. William P. Healy, SUverbrook. rd., Shrewsbury, have sold their modern seven-room house to Mr, and Mr*. Michael A. Slovak, Leonardo, who have already taken occupancy. Mr. Slovak la manager of th* ladles' and children's wear department at Steinbach company store. The bungalow in the Curley development, Shrewsbury, owned by Mr. and Mrs. Daniel N. Lamb, Saugertles, N. T., formerly of Shrewsbury, ha* been purchased by Mr. and Mr*. William K. Kelly. Mr. Kelly Is employed by the E. H. Kelly company at Belmar. Mrs. Fred N. Hance, Middletown village, has sold a lot on Center st,, Qlenmary park, Middletown township, to Mr. and Mrs. William A. Oollinson, New Monmouth. Mr. Colllnson plans to build a house on the property for hi* own occupancy. McGuire'a Grove To Open Saturday McGuire's Orove, a 71-acre playground west of rout* 35, Middletown township, two miles north of Red Bank, will open Saturday for the summer. Th* grove is owned by Martin McOuire, who operates a plumbing and heating business on route 35. Facilities for swimming, boating, picnicking, dancing and ball playing are available. There is parking space for 500 cars. A large r.ew ball field and dance hall have been built The entire grove is illuminated after dark. Last year many county organisation* held tummer outing* and parties at the grove. Fair to Feature Practical and Antique Items RivervieM' Country Fair at Holmdel Saturday, May 21 One of the largest and most varied displays of antiques, household goods and home-made foods ever offered the general public will be placed on sale Saturday, May 21, at the country fair, and auction sponsored by the combined auxiliaries of Riverview hospital. The affair will be conducted at the Holmdel farm of Mrs. The ion Mc- Campbell from 10 a. m. to 5:30 p. m. The fair, which will be the most elaborate of its kind staged in this locality in a number of years, will be reminiscent ot Colonial days when Monmouth county settlers uaed to gather at the Shrewsbury crossroads to exchange their wares. Judging from early responses to the recent appeal for saleable articles, according to the committee, many an antique clock and pieces of period furniture and bric-abrac are disappearing from living rooms and attics and barns of Monmouth county residents and being donated to the Riverview auxiliaries to be placed on sale. The origin of many articles can be traced to Colonial days and the 19th century, a casual check shows. All out preparations are being made to make May 21 a "family affair," as the committee calls it. There will be a children's booth and games. There will also be pony rides, and John Batton, a magician, who learned his art aa an accomplice of the immortal Thurston the Great, will perform mysterious feata. Refreshments will be available throughout the day, and adequate seating I* available in the sylvan forum, where Freeholder James 3. Parkes, chairman of the Riverview fund campaign, will conduct the auction sales. In calling upon all resident* of northern and central Monmouth and others dependent upon the presently limited facilities of Riverview in time of sickness or physical misfortune to assist in in Kuring the success of the fair, Mrs. F, Lawton Hindle, president of the Red Bonk auxiliary, expressed thanks to all who to date have contributed saleable articles. The response has been Indicative that all people are behind the drive," Mr*. Hindle said. "However, we are anxious to secure a great many more pieces of furniture, rugs, docks, art objects, mirrors, beds; bric-a-brac and the like. If it is saleable, donate It to the Riverview country fair and we'll sell It," she declared. All regional or district presidents of the Riverview auxiliaries, supported by active worker* on 39 committees, are assisting in arrangements. Auxiliary presidents are MrB- John G. Foller, Rumson; Mrs. F. Lawton Hindle, Red Bank; Mrs. C. D. Hurley, Oceanport; Mra. Elmer C. Wainwright, Shrewsbury; Mrs. Matilda Weilbacher, Middletown, and Mrs. G. Stephen Young, Fair Haven. Committee chairmen are Mrs. Henry E. Ackerson, Jr., Mrs. Harrison Bance, Mr*. E. Jackson Batchel&r, Mrs. I. B- Blackburn, Mrs. Eugene F. Brooks, Mrs. Leon W. Conrow, Mrs, Burton T. Doremus, Mr*. Thomas Doremus, Mrs. Charles R- English, Mrs. James A. Enrlght, Mrs. Hazel Ford, Col. and Mrs. Robert A. Cfaw, Mrs. Frank Gregory, Mrs. Craig C. Hill, Mrs. J. Peter Hoffman, Mrs. Edward Mclntire, Mrs- Elsie K. Linde, Mrs. William A. Miller, Mrs. Burton Moore, Mrs. Charles W. Morrissey, Mrs. David T. Newbold, Mrs. Frederick J. Noble, Mrs. John M. Pillsbury, Freeholder and Mrs- James S. Parkes, Mrs. Robert de la Reusfille, Mr*. William H. Sutphln, Mrs. Harry H. Button, Mrs. Lloyd B. Thomas, Mrs. George L. Van Deusen, Mrs. Philip L. Neidllnger, Mrc. Forrest Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ford, Jr., Miss Florence Kridel, Miss Bertha Kridel and Mr*. James R. Clarke, Sr. Freeholders Make Progress With Sea Bright Bridge Plans The county board of freeholder* yesterday at Freehold ;sssed resolutions to acquire land in Sea Bright for an approach to the. new bridge from the Central railroad, Fuel Oil Delivery, inc., and George F. Regan, either by purchase or condemnation. This was one of Mveral matters acted on by the freeholder* In connection with the new bridge project. Approved was a contract with the state, whereby the county will appropriate $880,000 and the federal government $500,000. Of the county's share the freeholders have appropriated $750,000 and have deposited $500,000 of this amount with the state* As it* part, the state will continue to urge >pproval by the public roads adminstratlon of the Federal Works Agency, Read at the meeting wa< a letter from the.war department extending th* deadline for starting construction of the span until Mar. 7, 1950, and advancing the completion date to Mar. 7, 1952, Under-bidding four other contractors, Freibott Brothers of Port Monmouth were awarded two contracts: one to reconstruct a bridge In Wall township at a cost of $7,- 057, and the other to rebuild a bridge In West End at a cost of $12, Awarded to William S. Pitcher * Son of Holmdel was a contract to construct a pipe line on county route 4 at Holmdel un a bid of $2,217.82, and another contract to rebuild a bridge In Manalapan township on a bid of $2, P. Summers, Sr.. of Oceanport, submitted the lowest of six -bids for repainting Pleasure Bay and Gooseneck drawbrldgea and the Main st. bridge at Asbury Park. The bids totaled $4,834. Freeholder Joseph C. Irwin said traffic on the bridges will not be held up by the painting work. Second quarterly payment of tho 1949 motor vehicle road aid funds, amounting to $113,707.50, waa received by the board. Call Up New Wo will deliver the things you need. Why waste lime andrnnlcoiiieolnl trip* down town 7 Satisfaction *uurnnteed. we nro nt.yolli' icl-vlcc. National , Frown'i. Advertisement. 44 Ctnta a Sauan Fo*t Custom mnde Acme (ittlvft, llondcriied, Kteel blfncis, Completely Installed, Choice ot 11 alht nml 11 tiuic colovi. Prompt delivery. Free rncumirlnr Hcrvlcc. Nnt> lonnl b t, 10, I'rown'n, Advertltetncnt, IndlsMtlun 7 Ktelln* >»d? 'i'»k» two Chmltr, Plymouth, International fialn Miyplnlx. Not» bad. All druuliti. and sirrlm, Maudes SchwatU, fkasa UvtliMBt M, M. V0IIJ.-A4teru.MMiU May Crouner Miss Frances Galatro Ba\ shore Man Commits Suicide Harry Tappcmlcn Hangs Self in House A 29-year-old Port Monmouth man committed suicide '>y hanging yesterday morning, it was reported by Middletown township police. Harry Tappenden of Monmouth ave., Port Monmouth, wna found hanging from an tittle rafter in a house he was building at the corner of Chestnut and Monmouth aves., Port Monmouth. Ho was found by his girl friend, Miss Claire Collins, also of Port Monmouth. The man had tied an electric light cord around his neck, attached one end of the cord to a rafter and hung himself when he kicked two sawhorscs out from under his feet. Tappenden was discovered by Miss Collins at 3:45 yesterday afternoon when she went to see how he was getting along with the new house. She had become alarmed when he did not come home for lunch. At 10 a. m. Miss Collins' sister had taken a package of cigarettes to him. She called to Tappenden, but he did not answer. Police believe he was dead at that time. When Claire Collins arrived at the new house she became frightened when she saw that the cigarettes had not been touched. She went through the house and found Tappenden hanging in the attic. She cut him down and ran home. Her mother called police. Dr. Marc Krohn of BelfordV who examined the body, said that Tappenden bad been dead ten hours when found. Police surmise he hanged himself when he arrived at the house at 8:30 yesterday morning. Police said that Tappenden had lost his job ten days ago, and was worried about not being able to pay for the new house. Police said that on previous occasions he had left home for long periods of time. Investigating for the township police was Officer Raymond Walling. Also investigating was County Detective John Gawler. Ebie Charged With Fraud Former Red Banker Named in Civil Suit Chester L. Ebie of Oakhuist, a former Red Bank resident and exmanager of the Red Bank branch of the Eisele-King brokerage firm, was charged with having defrauded the Second National Bank and Trust company of Red Bank and the brokerage firm of $7,000. The charge was made Tuesday in county court in a civil action brought by the Hartford Accident ft Indemnity company. No specific dates were mentioned in the suit, but William Novogrod of Asbury Park, counsel for the accident company, said the alleged acts took, place over a period of time several years ago. Mr. Ebie allegedly directed the Mew York office of the brokerage Arm to issue checks in the names of four persons directed to him. He is then alleged to have cashed the checks at the Second National bank, forging the signatures. Two of the name* were fictitious. Mr. Novogrod said the bank reimbursed the brokerage firm, as the checks were forged. The complaint charged that Ebie made good on $750 worth of defalcations, leaving a balance of $8,311.31, which I* aought,' together with interest and costs of legal action. The allegations Include forgery of a $ check in the name of Carole Johnson; five checks totaling $3, in the name of Giandin Barber, eight checks in the name of Elizabeth Blakoncy and two checks in the name of Charles Olln, The Johnson and Barber names are Hated as fictitious, but the other names arc listed as clients of tho brokcrago firm. Thia wath's Buyar'a Opportunity ut English Motors, 34 Muule nvenue, lted llank, New Jersey. Lincoln Co&> mopolltnn sednn, very sllthtly used demonstrator. Completely equipped with rndlo, henttt with nlr condltlonink, overdrive, diri-ctionnl siknnls, roiid Inmpa, bumper eunrds, hyilruullcnlly npernted, HUtomntlc windows ami sent M(iju»:ment, Speclnlly wlced for enrly snle. Advertisement. Vtnalian Blinds All sizes up to <IG Inches wlllu and S4 nchts IOIIK, white or CKK «hell. Hert! Is the talk of thu eoutity. Comi' nml get them. We have n ffllr stock rlicht now. Don'l wait, National i 4 Id. i'ruwn's, AlVattilMUDta Frances Galatro To Preside at Crowning Here $»<lali*t» li> Hold Service** Sunday At Athletic Field Miss Frances Galatro, 38 Washington at., Ked Bank, prefect of the Monmouth County Blessed Virgin Mary Sodality union, wlii crown the statue of the blessed mother at the annual crowning ceremonies to be held at the Red Bank high school athletic Held Sunday, May 8, at 3:30 p. m. Miss Galatro will be dressed in a gown of white marquisette trimmed with lace, and three pick ups in front of skirt. She will be assisted by Miss Edith Gentile of Asbury Park, treasurer of the sodality, and M'.ss Ethel Morvin, Atlantic Highlands, secretary. They will wear blue taffeta with colonial bouquets. The crown bearer will be Maria Suozzo. Tho ceremony will consist of a. colorful procession of the sodallsts from all of tile parishes of Monmouth county. The girls of Rtd Bank Catholic high school, Star ot the Sea academy, lxing Branch, and St. Rose's high school, Belmar, will also participate. Girl scout troops from the parishes of tho county will take part. Tho procession will lead to the main altar, which will he erected in the stadium. The altar will be decorated with a gold drop and a gold draped baldachinno. The statue of the blessed mother will Ue placed on the main altar which wiil be decorated with spring flowers. Selected socialist;; from the county parishes will form to recite the animated rosary. They are Misses Josephine Tomuino, Josephine Sesta, Florence Barrasso, Mary Moildello, Jane Colosimo, Sophia Ciambione, Volanda Ciamhrone, Jsnttta Lucia, Marlon D'Anthony and Mary Viati of St. Anthony's; Missej Josephine Domzal, Mary Burke, Jean Sweeney, Jean Patterson, Patricia Ruddy, Joan Coughlin and Leanorc McGuirc, St.' James; Roae Marie Starr, Sarah Cassell and Teresa McCue, Star of the Sea, Long Branch; Mary Schaeffcr, Mary Lou Mullin and Leone Sadowskl, St. Gabriel's, Bradcvelt; Ann Schutnaker, Eleanor Conlon and Mona Asmar, St. Ann's, Keansburg; Adelaide Concannon, Edith Matassa and Lena Fennelly,-Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Highlands; Mary Vecchie, Margaret Hanaway, Kathleen Mahoney, St. Catherine's, Farmingdalc; Dorothy Sullivan, Ruth Schubert and Margaret Brennan, Holy Family, Keyport; Barbara MacMasters, Joan Loftus and Alicia Hawley, St. Agnes, Atlantic Highlands; Camilla Smith, Gloria Roberts and Josephine Butler. St. Peter Clavcr, Asbury Park; Mary Ann Houlihan, Elizabeth Carlidge and Ida Plntii, St. Michael's, Weat End; Constance Qiampa, Constance Tomalno and Mary Critelli, Holy Trinity, Long Branch; Vera Heckt, Margaret Costigan and Patricia Desmond, Holy Cross, Rumson; Patricia Price, Mary Johnson and Nora Martin, St. Dorothea's, Eatontown; Cecelia Matheson and Patricia Carroll, St. Catherine's, Ea3t Keansburg, and Dianna Frlgerle and Carmela Romaselle, St. Joseph's, Keyport. Other* taking part In the procession are Elizabeth Gallagher, Joan Knoble and Mildred KaufTman, St. Ann's; Helen Schermond, Ann Mc- Oiail, Marnie James and Betty Mc- Connell, Our Lady of Perpetual Help; Frances Apricena, Julie Bruno, Frances Cittadino and Phyl Tomaino, Holy Trinity; Lucy Layton and Margaret Hanaway, St. Catherine's; Jean Kaney, Louise Crlspe, Mary Murphy and Mary Burke, St. James;.Mary Walker, Elizabeth Griffith and Clara Roberts, St. Peter Claver, and Joan Rapelle and Mary Ann* Norton, St. Gabriel's. Representing the five mysteries, are Josephine Tomaine. Josephine Scsta, Florence Barrasso, Mary Mondello, Jane Collslmo, Sophia Ciambrone, Yolanda Ciambrone, Janette Lucia, Marion D'Anthony and Mary Viati. Choir girls from St. Anthonys include Mildred Pace, Mrs. Eleanor Messian, Andrea DeLuca, Mrs. Rose Mallencanico, Gloria and Gladys Chiaravalloti, Vincena and Genevieve Porcelli, Rose Pignataro, Mary Cannova, Rose Phillips and Maria LoCiccrell. The organist is Mrs. John Famulary. Following the rosary, Miss Galatro will ascend to the main altar and place the crown of flowers on the statue. This is an external act of devotion to the mother of God and an act of worship toward her Son. Jesus Christ. A sermon will be delivered by Rev. Theodore A. Opdenaker, assistant pastor of St. Mary's church, Perth Amboy. Benediction of the most blessed sacrament will follow. The services are open to the public. In case of rain they will D* held at St. James church, Notlci The "Summer Round-Ul>" und physical Miiminatiof; of tho rhllilrtn entcrlnk thv Eutoiitown Public School next September, will bo hclil nt 9:30 A. M, Wednesday, May th l'j4», in the second «r«'l«room. It is essential thn 1. an ndult actonrpuuy tho child. At this time, each child must present his Wrth certificate iinrl certificate ot vaccination nnd diphtheria Immunisation HS no chilli may enter school In September without these document* first bolnb presented. Mnrmirct L, Vcttcr, Principal. Advertisement. For a R»l TnM Tnko Mom to Joe'a Restaurant and PlMurlu. Chicken In tho basket, ou» spuclnlty. Italian and American meali HS they should be. Tomato pli'i, food to tnlto out. Phone Mid, , Located three miles north of Red Dnnk. Advertisement. Let's [to Slllllblt The best Is cheapest In the end. Columbia Venetian blinds <:u«t no more thtin most custom made hllndi. CnII Red Hnlik's only Columbia dealer. National» Ml. Pruwn'i. i'hont «. r.'88l), Advw 9 New Teachers To Be Hired in Shrewsbury Twp. Mrs. Loftua, Vail Principal Resigns; Student Body Rising The Shrewsbury township board of education made plans Tuesday night to employ nine new teachers for the next school year, flv# to replace others who are leaving the school system and four to build up the faculty to help educate A growing student body. Supervising Principal Russell G. Ranney estimated there will be between 80 to 90 additional pupils In the school year than the present term. At present, he said, there are about 440 pupils in the township school system. Among those leaving the system is Mrs. Ethel Loftua, associate principal of the Vail Homes school, whose resignation was accepted by the board. She reported she has been offered a better-paying position, and the board acted unanimously in accepting her resignation. The board also acted to confirm the appointment of George C. Malone us the successor to Mr. Ranney, who also has resigned for reasons of vocational advancement. Mr. Malone will be pall *4,350 for his first school year. Thij year he served as principal of the Bradley school, Asbury Park. Among the teachers whose resignations have been accepted are: William Ramsey, who. It is understood, has accepted a principalship in another school district; Jean Kirckpatrick, 7th grade teacher, who has taken a school position at Tucson, Aru.; Mrs. William Ramsey, who has accepted a school job In Red Bank and Mrs. Loftus. Another teacher, whose name was not revealed, is not to be re-employed by the township next year. Because the TInton Falls school cafeteria anticipates a lass In its operations for the year, as reported by Steven Hayden, board vice president and financial chairman! action was taken to Increase the price of school lunches to 20 cents per meal, affective Monday, The price had been 15 cents. Mr. Hayden reported that a, reduction in support of the school lunch program by the state has resulted in a current deficit in oaff terla operational costs amounting to { He believed an addition* al appropriation would cut the lota by more than $225, but that considerable loss would result if the present 15-cent meals had been continued. Among the reasons for the financial loss waa listed the reduction in surplus commodities that bad been made available to the schools thia year, including such Items at jams, jellies, juices and drljd fruits. Decision was made to hold the school graduation Friday, June 10, with the school year likely to end the following Monday. So teachers may attend the "Music Workshop'* program being conducted next Monday afternoon, it also was decided to close the township school* that day at 1 p. m. Noting that considerable work needs to be done at the Vail Homes school, Louis A. Stelnmuller advanced an accepted motion that a letter be written Immediately to John E. Schulz, head of the Housing Authority of the City of Long Branch, to determine what action is to be taken to transfer jurisdiction of Vail Homes to U. S. Army control. Vail Homes, an emergency housing project, has been the sourca of considerable negotiations during the past several months between the army and the Federal Public (Continued on Pag* 2) Local Cancer Drive Neta $3,112 The Red Bank area cancer fund has reached a total of $3,112 as of Monday, it was announced this week by Benjamin A. Parker, fund halrman. Mr. Parker said the drive will continue until the entire area has been covered. Mr. Parker said that there are two cancer clinics now in operation in Monmouth county, one it Monmouth Memorial hospital and the other at Fitkin hospital. This year $45,000 is needed to carry on the work already started in th* county, Mr. Parker said. 'The campaign for funds will continue locally until tna volunteer workers are able to contact every family, for the fight against cancir U everybody's job and deserves tha financial support of every person able to contribute," he said. K. of C. Prize Goea To George Grause A special prlxe of Bed Bank :ouncll, Knights of Columbus, waa awarded Sunday night ' in Red. Bank Catholic high school caftteria to George Grause, Rumson. John P. Mulvihill, Sr., grand knight, announced that the first degree of the fraternal order will be conferred on candidates following the next meeting, May 16. Mr. Mulvihill asked the membership to be on hand to assist in the ritual. Plans for a summer clambaka were announced. It will be held at McGuire'a grove, Middletown, with Martin McGulre ai general chairman. Plants for MaMur'a Day Beautiful plants of ill kinds, gtiulil* useful housewur«gifts In our bsumnu Fibre porch nnd room rues, awninfa, Venetian blinds. She will Ilka to have useful thlnm. 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34 Pag*) Two RED BAXK REGISTER, MAY 5, Driscoll Reveals State Interest In Highway Plan Farrell Told Highway... May Be Linked to Nen '.',': Aati-Erofion Scheme Jayor Thomas Farrell of S»a Bright has informed The Register 'he haa been given persons! assvr- ance by Gov. Alfred E. Driscoll that the proposal the mayor made I to have the Ocean ave. county roid 1 established as a state highway is J being given "the fullest consldera- : tion." 2 Mayor Fsrrell said he talked prl- : vately with the governor about the. plan when the two men met Frldiy J afternoon at the Long Branch «- J slon of the state erosion commls- Gov. Driscoll, said the mayor, In- { dioated there wu a possibility the j state highway program may be I linked to anti-erosion protection t now being considered for the 8ta ; bright beachfront. < Z The governor also wan said to! *ave repeated Information pre- : Stoutly announced by Attorney j Deneral Theodore D. Parsons that.; «V complete traffic study 1* being Hade ot the Sea Bright road to : determine its seed as a state hlfht way. The proposal, made by Mayor Farrell in March, shortly after he had announced he would seek a I fourth term as Sea Bright'* chief executive, was that the Ocean ave. J road be taken over by th* state, south from its intersection with : the Hlghlands-3ea Bright bridge '. I hwy. 36. I Also at the Friday meeting, Al- ; ton V. Evans, Long Branch Solid- ; tor, told Mayor Farrell this pro- J posal was embodied in a state law } adopted in 19«when Mr. Evans J was mayor of Long Branch and A.! Harry Moor* was the state's govj ernor. ; Mr. Evans told The Register th* { law, introduced by former ten. Haydn Proctor, was th* result of t effort* including those ot hittstlt ] to get th* highway pushed through to Long Branch. Mr. Ivan* con- grstulated Mayor F*rr*U on his new efforts and said he believed t th* highway would beimftt th* state t a* well aa North Jersey coast mu. ] niclpalltits. J The law, published on page Ut, I chapter 96, New Jersey Laws of , appears under th* tilt*: "An I Act to Add to Rout* 36." It stipu late* that "th* state highway com- missionei-, a* soon aa practicable, ; ahall add to the itat* hlgn- way system of rt. W, beginning, at the recent eastern terminus of tile rout* at Highland* and extending through Long Branch to rt 31, couth ot Eatontown." 'Attorney General Parsons told S Th* Register Sunday thl* law has J been brought to his attention and j is included in consideration* now being given to th* new proposal. S He said that while a traffic study C of the roadway has been under way. for some week* by officials in th«; 6tat* Highway, Motor Vehicle and ; Police departments, It la too early ;jp make a report on current findings. The pressure of summer tr»ffc at its July paak, he said, normally would be studied in such a. yrogram as this one. 7 It was th* opinion of th* attorney general that Mayor Farrell'i nqueit c&mc at "ah opportuni Mat," sine* the stat* has conducted a survey of Ocean, ave. at the fate of once (very two years since (he law to make it a highway was fused. It now ha* been two years Ance a survey was made. Apparently, until now, the stat* Bighway commiision ha* not considered this highway establishment practicable. However, as Mayor Jamil outlined in hi* March comftunication to the governor, a ejhlef obstacle to widening the tphi under a state highway pro- JTam was accomplished when the failroad tracks were removed Sirough Sea Bright. That work fas completed last December. - The mayor also revealed thtt In* ipector Brennan of th* State Highway department had visited him in»&nnection with the current atudy find had given him th* assurance that state police can be expected to assist in patroling Ocean ave. while traffic is at its peak this >nmmer. Mr. Parson* said hi hai ;Jhad a similar report. j; This would ease the pressure i ijder which Sea Bright's limited pc- jlice force must work to control jjtrafflc, said Mayor Farrell, and would increase safety for iriotor- *stb along this route. I That there may be a definite re- Sation between the highway program and any steps taken to reduce the degree of beach erosion, Jis indicated by Gov, Driscoll in Jiis talk with the mayor, appears pbvious, The roadway hugs th* beachfront as it passes through ~ea Bright and continues south to ong Branch. It would seem that the state establishes this high* way, jt also would want assurance ch&t it be protected from sea damige. In connection with *rosion planking, Mayor Farrell took.local exfccptlon to the advancement ot a Jlnanciul arrangement proposed to Jhe state erosion commission by }*ong Branch Commissioner Basil p. Bruno, chairman of Friday's Jneetlng, Mr. Bruno recommended fmti-croalon work be done on a J0-30 formula, with th* state contributing 70 per cent of the cost find local municipalities W per f ent.. ;.,. Th* plan Mr. Bruno recoromendd was one which had been In efect before the rule was changed it the time of Gov. Edge's adnlnlstratlon to a formula. Mayor Fitrrel] recalled that ivhen lea Bright's sea wall was erected, he municipality paid only tight ter cent of the cost. He entered a >lea for as much county financial inslstnncc as possible. J He mild Sen MrlKht has 3'i miles p[ ocean frontage snjl thnl, gnugraphically, the town is a (mall fliicc where, In some places, Hie : ca nnd Shrmvabury river are only 1 foo to 600 feet apart, Sea Bright : oulil ufford to pay porhsps eight or cunt of its erosion protection osls but not SO par eent, he said, So suu aulhorltlm ««hiv* a bettej Idea of just what damage the sea has done to the Sea Bright beachfront during the past 30 years, Mayor Fnrrell said he liu<l been asked to locate photograph* taken of the hoarh Iwforc He requested The Register to mention this so any citlz«ru: whe own such pictures may lend them to him for copying. All original photographs will be returned. Persons wishing to co-operate may leave the pictures for Mayor Farrell a>. the borough hall, Ocean ave. School Teacher Addresses D.A.R. Convention Delegate Give* Detailed Urporl Russell 0. Raney spoke on "Education For What?" at a meeting of Shrewsbury Towne chapter, Daughters of American Revolution, Monday at tht home of Mrs. Theodore D. Parsons at Little Silver. The speaker Is principal of Tinton Falls grammar school in Shrewsbury township. Mr. Raney said that he believes both parents nnd touchers should be more forceful in their early teachings to make children loyal and democratic citizens. The principal also said that If this is accomplished and children arc taught and live a true democracy, as they grow older they will spread that democracy, and not be interested In othor forms of government. Mr«. John P. Wright, a delegate to the National D.A.R. convention, gave a report of the activities at that event. She also showed pictures and plans for the D.A.R. administration building there. Prior to the meeting members placed a D.A.R, marker on the grave of Miss Grace Britton at West Long Branch cemetery. Miss Britton had been a chapter member for many years, This was the final meeting until fall, Tht chapter will hold its annual tricky-tray party in June and detllu will be announced. Assisting hoatesses were Mrs. Harry C Morford and Mrs. Evelyn A, Van- Keuren. Mrs. Hoi ton B, Gurrlson, chapter regent, presided at the tea table. 6 New Teachers To Be Hired (Continued From Page 1) Housing Authority, for which the Long Blanch authority is the operational agent. The army warns it mainly for the housing of Fort Monmouth military and civilian personnel, Mr. Steinmuller said he had been informed army authorities had asked that the. transfer be speeded, urging that settlement in Vail'a status be reached by May 1. However, since nothing new had been heard on the transfer, he consid ered it important to know how quickly a decision may be male. Mr. Ryder said he would dcterm ine When a meeting with the various authorities and the school board can be held to discuss problems relating to the next school year. For one thing, the board haa recommended that more rooms be made available for Vail children next year. It wants to know where the proposal stands so work on providing these rooms may be started. Considerable discussion was centered upon the use of Tinton Falls school by various organizations th«t meet there. The question arose when a member of the Parent- Teacher association asked cxemp tion for that body in the payment of a f5-per-meeting fee that the school board had ordered. Authorising that exemption, the board centered its discussion upnn the availability of the building. It ordered that all keys, except those in the.hands of school board members and the janitor, be called in, with all meetings hereafter to be arranged wi\h. Mr. Ryder personal Mr, Ryder ruled that, even for the township committee, a uniform meeting practice must be followed. That would be to notify him, 48 hours in advance of a planned meeting, that a meeting would an held. Also frowned upon by bcth Mr. Ryder and Mr. Steinmuller, with Mr. Ranney's support, was the meeting of more than one big organization in the school on any one eight. It was brought out there were eight separate meetings and one "double meeting" in the school in Aprjl... Responding to a request by. Stan- Icy A. Haviland of the Red Bank board of education, Mr. Steinmuller was appointed a delegate to a regional school committee. It was explained this committee is being organized to study and promote a regional high, school for this area and to discuss its advantages tvith other local school boards. Mr. Steinmuller said: "I think this may be one way to get a flrst-class'hign school tor our neighborhood.", Some discussion was held on the new U. S, Senate bill, S-236 which would extend federal uld benefits to local school systems throughout the country. It was believed that, with the $5 the government would allow toward the education of each Now Jetsey child, the result might be to reducu the local real estate tax. However, as outlined by Mr. Rann«y, New Jersey would set some $4,500,000 in such aid, while its taxpayers paid (8,500,000 for the program. This fact, he said, is not as difficult as it seems on the surface since it would mean only that $8,- 500,009 of the amount taxpayers now give to the federal government would be allocated to education. As considered,!>(.' an id lie bellcved, the program dues nnt en II for a necessary increase In Income or corporation taxes. The federal program, while giving but S for each school student In this, a comparatively wealthy mate, would extend benefits up to $85 per child in some of America's poorer states, It was said, Mr. Ryder said he wus not fully convinced the program would be of much to schoola in New Jersey. As he saw it, it would cost the ttat«(2,27 to eel buck U la all Miss Soutliall Addresses P.T.Ac Acliifvcnu'iit Tests I* IVaclh-i-'f! Subject Miss Hilda Southall, director of remedial rending for Mlddlctown township schools, was the speaker at Mondfly rveninu's P.T.A. meeting nt Lineroft school. Miss Southall apoke on the capacity and achievement testa given to the children twice n year. The tests nre given to members of the third, sixth and ninth grades to ascertain (heir- prokit/w in full capacity work. Extra help is then given to those pupils not doing welt in certain subjects. Final plans were made for the progressive card party to lie given by the F.T.A. at the Lincroft fire house»,l 8 o'clock SHtUrdny evening. Prizes will be awarded and refreshments served. New officers elected for aie Edwin Crcswlck president, Mrs. Flnyd Lum first vice president, Herbert Katil second vice president, Mr«. Charles Toop secretary and Mrs. Joseph Helnrich treasurer. They will be installed by a member of the county council ;it the annual dinner at Lin croft inn Monday night June 6. On the dinner committee arc Eugene Peck chairman, Mrs. Alfred Williams, Mrs. Joseph Helnrich and Mrs. Hnrolrt-Willeci-odt. A height anj weight KCIIIO. was presented to Kcliool by the P.T.A, A committed will meet next week to make final plans for a story hour. The first of these will be given at the fire hoiwe Saturday, May 14, from 10:30 a. m. to 11:30 a. m. The program is for children between four and eight. Mrs. Floyd Lum, Mrs. Herbert Kaul and Mrs. Edwin Boylan aro on the committee. Spaghetti Supper At Fair Haven 2 Siltiiip* Wt>tliivM(!ay At Mi'.lioriigl Church The Men's Brotherhood of Fair Haven Methodist church will hold an Italian spaghetti supper Wednesday. Servings will be at 6 and 7 p. m. Tony "The Barber" Accardl will be chef. Henry Hallenbake, chairman of the affair, contemplates serving packed houses at both sittings. Tickets are obtainable from Mr. Accardi at his barber shop or from Mr. Hallenbake. Under the leadership of George Cittle, the Brotherhood Is steadily growing. At Tuesday night's meeting, Peter Farley of Fair Haven addressed the group on stores and rocks. His collection of stone* Is extensive and Is implemented by ar. elaborate lighting system. The Brotherhood meets the 'first Tuesday of each month. Mr. Little is extending an invitation to join to those Interested "in good social companionship and the good of Fair Haven," Runmoii Boosters Host to Musicians Ed. Peterson, 'magician, entertained members of the Rumson Drum and Bugle corps of the Lafayette Street school Tuesday afternoon at the school. The show was presened by the Rumson Bulldog Boosters in appreciation of the woik of the corps during the year, when they played at Rumson football games. Members of the Drum and Bugle corps, who were present, included Drum Major Lysabeth Pauels, Flag Bearers Patricia Goodwin and Helen Lee, William Barton, Mylcs Borland, John Conner, John Cordner, Ecnjamin Fallon, Henry Feldman, Paul Feldman, George Greenway, John Halleran, Fred ' Hill, Alexander Hunter, Donald Litte, Peter Love, Curtis Londin, J. C. Williams, Reed tfundin, Frank Mc- Girr, Robert McGuincES, Carl Olson, Enrl Scholl, David Schinn, Thomas Smith, Walter Soden, Bruce Sprague, John Spurdle, Stcver. Towels, Ronald Vopicka, Perry Walter and Arthur Widmalcr, Boosters assisting in the production were Mrs. Patrick McGuiness, Mrs. Edward Vopicka, Mrs. Rocco Dilllone, Mrs. Walter Rice and Frank Welnhcimer. Missionary Tea Plans Arranged itlie annual tea of the Woman's Missionary society of Red Bank Presbyterian church will be held Wednesday afternoon, May 11, at the chapel. Mrs. George B. Miller, president and program chairman, announces that Rev. Edwin A. Odcll of New 'York city, secretary for the West Indies for the Board of National Missions of the Presbyterian church in the United States, will be the speaker. Immediately, on his graduation from Princeton seminary, Dr. Odell went to Puerto Rico and served as a pastor and missionary in rural districts and in San Juan for ten yciirs. Later he was transferred to Havana, Cuba, where he served as pastor of the Presbyterian church in that city. Brownie Troop Plans Cuke Sale Brownie troop 6<, sponsored by Mechanic Street Parent-Teacher association, will hold a cako sale Saturday morning in the Strand Ihciitcr loljljy. Proceeds will be used to p-ttain 1 ly defray expenses of a trip to the Bronx zoo, which the troo.[> plan.s to take in June. The sale was planned at a troop meeting Monday, in charge of Mrs, A. J, Polln, Mrs, Ray McLaughlln and Mrs, Charles P, Hurd, Attending wcro Sharon Burdge, Nanny Efolf, Margie English, Susan (Jura rd, Nancy Hurd, Linda Mclstrlch, Judy McLuughlin, Eileen Polln, Roberta Polln, Karen Rogers, Ludllo Rubin, Ulnlno Winters, S»rct Ann Arinms, Ocialcllno ftouhg and Lynn Wlliun. Passe* Har Exam Merrill E. Richardson Merrill E. Richardson, 15 Leighton ave, Red Bank, was among the 149 candidates who passed the April bar examination for ad mlttance ns New Jersey attorneys. The young man was graduated from Red Bank high school in 1937 and received his bachelor of arts degree from Lincoln university in 1942, majoring in political tcience and economics. During the war.ic served four years In the signal CDi-ps and was discharged as a technical sergeant in Jan., At the Riimplclion of his iirmy service ho wns admitted to Rutgers Uni vei'hity School of Law and received his bachelor of laws degree last Soptember. At present he is completing his clerkship in the office of Ward Kiemer, Asbury Park lawyer. Mr, Richardson Is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Richardson, Eatontown, and resides in Red Bank with bin wife, the former Jacque line Hall and their son, Merrill, Jr. P.T.A. Elects Mrs. A. E. Burdge Little Silver Group Has Annual Meeting Mis. A. Edwin Burdge was installed president of the Little Silver Parent-Teacher association at a meeting yesterday at the school. Mrs. Burdge Is also corresponding secretary of the county P.T.A. group. Other officers are Mrs. Chariot Edelmann and Mrs. Alfred Bowie, vice presidents; Mrs. Patsy Zanr brano, secretary, and Mrs. C. Powell Boyland, treasurer. Following the election, Mrs, John B. Eggenberger, retiring president, and membership chairman of tne New Jersey Congress of Parents and! Teachers, installed the new officers with a ceremony, stressing P.T.A. responsibility. Mrs. Burdge presented Mrs. Eggenberger with the past-president's pin, and expressed the thanks of the local organization for the latter's excellent leadership. The annual business meeting Included the reports of the chairmen. Mrs. H. Dalton Hall, chairman of the drama group, reported that the play to be presented to the public on May 19 and 20, "His Name Was Aunt Nellie," 1B making excellent progress, and she urged a large attendance, Mrs. Portland Merrill, chairman of the lunchroom planning group, reported that few replies to the questionnaire recently gent to parents had been received, and the organization voted to raise the price of school lunches to 25 cents next year, to pay for an additional regular worker. It was also voted to serve complete lunches next year, rather than to change the type of food. It was announced that the Anal meeting of the year will be a luncheon, at Rosevelt tearoom, Tuesday, June 7. Mrs, Ralph Belknap is chairman. The Little Silver School Glee club presented the afternoon's en> tertalnment, under tha direction of Mrs. Adele Conover. Carol Jane Wells and Marilyn- Stlllwagon, eighth grade pupils, were in charge of the small children during tho meeting. Mission to End At Highlands Final Service Will Be Held Sunday The opening of the second and final week of the missions being conducted at tho Church of Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Highlands, waa held Sunday evening. The missions are being conducted by thu Capuchin Franciscan Fathers of New York city. Services aro held every evening at g o'clock and the mission masses arc celebrated at 5:30 nnd 6:30 o'clock each morning. The closing ceremony will be held Sunday afternoon when the men will receive the Papal blessing, and renew baptismal vows. A special babies mission will be held Sunday afternoon at 2:15 o'clock, The parishioners are Invited to bring babies and children under school age to take part In the ceremony. Slircwshury Mourns Judge Purker's Death When Shrewsbury's mayor and council met Tuesdny night the session was opened by a minute of silence in respect to tho memory of the Into Magistrate William T. Pnrkcr, Shortly afterward, council adopted H resolution citing the municipal judge for his Hcrvice to tho borough, Mnyor Alfred N, Beadleston stating that Mr. Parker's service was "a credit to the borough," that hia untimely death "waa a terrible»." Tha mnyor said that appointment of a successor would not be discussed until a "reasoniiblo time" hud elapsed from his funeral, In thn nicnntlme Rod Bank's Judge John V, Ciowcll is acting magistral* for Bhiiwsbury. Awarded $4,500 For Back Injury Compensation Caws Won by Canzona Albert Risden of Long Branch, this week, was awarded 14,900 and counsel fees in compensation court by Deputy Commissioner Harry S. Mcdinets. Action was brought against the GSoerke company, Elizabeth. Through his attorney, Edmund J. Panzona of Red Bank, Mr. Risden contended he injured his back : n Oct., 1946, while a buye'r in the Qoerke store, where he had been employed ten years. In Oct. 1948, he sold, he waa laid off by the firm because he was unable to completely carry on his work. The company contended that Mr. ttlsden did not give notice of his alleged accident within the 90-day period requited by law. Mrs. Risden testified she was with her husbsnd the morning after the injury when he notified the company. In another case before Mr. Medlnets, William Eggleston of Leonardo, also represented by Mr. Canzona, was awarded $1,128 and medical and counsel fees for an Injury to his back received while he WM working for Economy Nursery company, Little Silver St. James At Convention 9 Members Attend 11th Annual Meeting St. James post, Catholic War Veterans, had a delegation of nine members at the 11th annual convention of C.W.V., held this year in Atlantic City's Ambassador hotel. Included were Joseph Laurlno, commander; Lester McBrlde, vies commander; Eugene Labolssonnlere, secretary; Bernard Nelson, treasurer; Frank T. Wise, trustee; John E. Day, welfare officer; John Corrigan, ways and means committee; James A. Fitzgerald, publicity, and Alfred Targon. Auxiliary delegates at the first auxiliary convention were Mrs. Anna Targon, president; Mrs. Mary Corrigan, vice president; Mrs. Hazel Laurino, secretary; Mr.s. Ethel Wise and Mrs. Grace McBrlde, trustees, and Sirs. Rosalie Day. Vincent T. Hirsch, state welfare officer, paid particular tribute ro Mr. Day, commending him tor the welfare work done by St. James post. Robert Maltby, county commander, was elected to state third vice commander. Mrs, Alice Lynch of Belmar was elected first state president of the CW.V. auxiliary. A highlight of the convention waa the dance held Saturday night in the Ambassador's main ballroom. Mr. Fltigerald took part in the floor show, performing In an exhibition dance. Kay Cotton Explains 'Y' Activities to Triads Roy E. Cotton, executive director of the Red Bank Community "V," was the speaker at a meeting of the Triad club at the "Y" house on Riverside aye., last Thursday. The speaker explained the "Y" program here and suggested ways in which the Triad club could serve. The organization will hold rummago sale at the Westslde "Y" house on West Bergen pi., Saturday, May 14, between t a. m. and 12 noon. The next meiing will he Thursday, May 26. Boat Works Sold To Emil Stalder Mantoloking Basin Can Handle 25 Boats BmU Stalder of Little Silver has purchased the Mantoloking boat works through Ray Stlllman and Associates, real estate brokers of Shrewsbury. The property comprises 17 acres, with a highway frontage of over 1,200 feet. The boat works adjoins th* highway bridge at Mantoloking. The boat yard is considered to be on* of the finest on Barnegat bay. Large storage buildinga Include an equipped machine shop, a woodworking shop fully equipped with machinery for the building of new boats; a large showroom and ofilce over which is a five-room modern apartment. The boat basin accommodates 25 cruisers. Under construction is a modern snack bar and soda lountain. Freehold Firm Ships Rush Order by Plane The Monntoiith Merchandising company, Freehold, manufacturers of polishing and buffing wheels, made its first shipment by air this week. Nat Koeniff, production manager, reported the Case Cutlery company of Bradford, Pa., found an Immediate need for 600 units of buffing wheels, which had been ordered two.days before. A telephone call Tuesday requested the shipment' be made available at the Red Bank airport. The plane, piloted by Mr. Graves, acompanied by Mr. Tingley, superintendent of the Case company, landed at the Red Bank field Tuesday at 5:50 p. m. The pick-up waa made and the piano took off within five minutes of landing in order to beat the darkness back to Bradford, a distance ot about 400 miles, St. John's Guild Clears $125 at Parly The Woman's guild of St. John's Episcopal chapel cleared more than $125 at a dessert-bridge last week at the parish house at Little Silver. Mrs. Harold Birchenough was chairman, assisted by Mrs. Clifford Dorlng, Mrs. Henry Germond, 3d, Mrs. Frank W. Giles, Mrs. O. P. Warden, Mrs. H. W. Doebler, Mrs. Harold Sickles, Mrs. Benjamin A, Shoemaker, Si'., Mrs. Ethel Smith, Mrs. C. W. White, Mrs. Jesse Spencer, Mrs. E. Stanloy Marks and Miss Julia Parker. Ealontown Democrats To Dance Tomorrow Eatontown Democratic club's old-fashioned spring dance will be held tomorrow night at Old Orchard Country club. Arthur Cotgraive la chairman. On the committee are James Irving, Giace Rueckol, Anne Ccstaro, Leo Fury and Elaine Wandling, Gerald Ccsliuc, president of tho club, is in charge of ticket ales. New Floral Designs Shown Horticultural Group Sees Demonstration Mrs. Robert Badenhop gave a demonstration of flower.arranging Monday night at a meeting of the Monmouth and Elberon Horticultural society in the Veteran* of Foreign Wars hall at Elberon. Emphasising the need lor harmony with the room's furnishings and decoration Mrs. Badenhop mid. a variety of ten arrangements suitable for mantels, coffee tables, niches, baskets and centerpieces. A display of tulips grown by Edward Juska -was given high scores by a judging* committee composed of Owen Roff, David MacFarlane, and Walter Norman. John C'hcrel conducted a regular meeting of the society prior to Mrs. Badenhop's address. Monte B. Jones, chairman, reported on the society's annual flower show to be held Sept. 16 and 17 at the Convention hall, Asbury Park. Preliminary schedules are available from any member of th«society. Julius Gllly, Long Branch, was Introduced as show manager. Members of Women's Garden clubs of the vicinity were guests at the meeting. Refreshments were served by: a committee headed by John De Bruin. Leonardo P.T.A. Has Spring Dance More than ISO parents and teenagers joined in the fun at the Leonardo grade school auditorium Fri day night when Hart Webber and his band played for square dancing, novelty dances, polkas, walties, foxtrots and the conga. The occasion was a spring dance, the first of Us kind sponsored by the Leonardo Grade School Parent-Teacher association. Arranging the dance were Mrs. George Reeck, chairman; Mrs. James Glllespie, Mrs. Harry Williamson, Mrs. Georgt MacGrcgor, Mrs. Harriet Waldman and Mrs. Gilbert Serbe. A feature,of the evening was the "broom dance" in which each gentleman had the pleasure of "tripping the light fantastic" with the gaily dressed broom monstrosity! "Lillian." The last gentleman remaining on the floor in the fond embrace of "Lusty Lil" was presented with a beautiful corsage for his own partner. The auditorium was decorated with huge colorful spring floral designs on the walls, and smaller ones pinned to the dark stage drop, giving it a star-spangled effect. The band which played in front of the stage was surrounded by a white garden-like pioket fence. School Plan Loses At Oceanport At a special school election Tuesday night Oceanport voters rejected a $265,000 school expansion program proposed by the school board. The vote was 363 to 119. The board had conducted several meetings to discuss plans tor a two-story wing to Include three classrooms, a lunchroom and a combination gymnasium and audlto:lum with showers for boys and girls. The board will conduct a special session May 19, at which time it will receive bids for erection of a partition in the school assembly room, which is to be converted into two classrooms- Prior to the election the Oceanport Community club distributed literature which board members said was critical of the proposal, Communion Breakfast At Highlands Final arrangements have been made for the annual Communion breakfast of the Rosary Altar society of the Church of Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Highlands. The breakfast will be held Sunday morning at Cedar inn, following the o'clock mass. The' speaker will c Father Emery, one of the Capuchin Franciscan Fathers, currently conducting missions at the church. Mrs. Margaret Sigmund is chairman of the committee. This is the IIrat breakfast to be held by the society since its reorganisation. LINKS CLUB PARTY The Three Links club held a "revealing" party recently at Rosevelt tea room, Little Silver. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Vcroneau, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Benson, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Amos, Mrs. Mabel Lyle, Mrs. Ella Klot- 2ln, Mrs. Florence, Kenne'dy, Mrs. Anna Valleau, Mrs; Alice Mac- Adam, Mrs. Charlotte Mehler, Mrs. Carrie Patterson, Mrs. Helen Chadwick, Mrs, Louise Gormley, Mrs. Jessie Gill, Mrs. Elizabeth Wood, Mrs. Kate Messercau, Mrs. Gertrude Lcmmon, Mrs. Erma Grover, Mrs. Barbara Hcyer and Miss Pauline Beclt. SKATING rartv More than 60 Brownies, representing tho tlitcc Bruwnlc troops in Red Bank, held a roller skating party Monday afternoon at the Singing Wheels arena, Shrewsbury. Members of troop 64, sponsored by Mechanic Street Parent-Teacher association, was In charge of Mrs, A. J. Polln, Mrs, A, W, Rogers ami Mrs. Ray McLaughlln: troop SO, sponsored by the Rod Bank Baptist church, was led by Mrs, W, H, Richmond, and troop 33, sponsored by the Rod Bank church, wos directed hy Mm, Douglai Ring.nil Mrs. William Jacques. Post Auxilii At Tinton Falls Organization to Be Perfected May VI,Organisation of a Ladies' auxiliary to the Capt. David A. Walling American Legion post, Tinton Falls, will be perfected at a meating to be held ntxt Thursday night at th* home of Mrs. Barbara Scott, Tinton Falls, Mrs. Harold Park waa mad* temporary chairman and Mrs. Anthpny Monao, Jr., temporary treasurer, at a meeting held last Thursday night at the Tinton Falls fire house. Mrs. Anna fltrom, past president of the Civil Service Employment Unit, 420, and MM. Elizabeth Neville, past historian of the same unit, were present to assist in organizing the auxiliary. Vice Commander Albert Strom of the Monmouth County Executive committee, was also present at the pott mettlng and addressed the gathering. While tht auxiliary was forming a temporary organization at the flr«house, the post member* witnessed a showing at Tinton Falls school of a film on Communistic and subveiilve activities and illustrated method* of Communist operation. The film was obtained and shown by a post member, Samuel Fisher. At the post meeting reports on the spring dance to be held Saturday at the fire house indicated a large attendance. Thomas McNall, Neptune, is chairman. Music will be provided by Thomas Pappus of Rumson and hi* orchestra. Refreshments will be served. P.T.A. Completes School Survey Aided in Planning Kindergarten Classen The Mtchanio Street Parent* Teacher association, under the direction of Miss Beulah Brecklnridge, school principal, has organised and completed a survey ot prospective September, 1949, kindergartners. The purpose of such a survey is to help in estimating the expected fall school population and to offer a pre-school health check-up. The survey involves much effort since Jt necessitates many home visits and contacts with parent*. This, service is considered one of the outstanding contributions of the P.T.A. to the local education and health programs. The members who offered their time and services include the following: Mrs. Norman Slckela, P.- T.A. president; Mrs. Marian Smith, Mrs. James Robottom, Mrs. Alfred Beck, Mr*. Jacob Stryker, Mrs. A. W. VanNostrond; Mrs. Bethune Jones, Mrs. E. C. McLaughlln, Mrs. Charles VsnLeer, Mrs. Albert Newman, 8r., Mrs. Harold Hornbergcr, Mrs. Charlotte Levy, Mrs. John Sanford, Mrs. Arthur, Polln, Mrs. William A, SoremuB, Mrs. William Richmond, Mm, Harry Klatsky, Mrs. John McDonough, Mrs. Samuel Adler, Mrs. T. L. Masiey, Mrs. Irving Rubin, Mrs. William Robinson, Mr*. Max Pokua, Mrs. Stephen Guiy, Mrs. Albert Gagnebin, Mrs. Harold Williams, Mrs. John Giblon, Jr., Mrs. Elisabeth Boyd, Mrs. Arthur Bechtoldt and Mrs. Edward Jones. In addition to making the survey, th* members ot the P.T.A. will assist in registering pre-school children May 13 at the school. Waldman Has 14th Anniversary Gas Station Owner Began Insured Service Phil Waldman, owner of t)>e Gulf oil service station at tha corner of Front it. and Maple ave., is celebrating his 14th anniversary this week as owner ot the station. To 1 mark the event, he will distribute souvenirs tomorrow and Saturday. Fourteen years ago, Mr. Waldman took over the station which had been in existence for some time at the'corner location. Five years later, he completely rebuilt the station and installed modern equipment. It was, at that time, the ilrst station in Red Bank to have an enamel covered brick exterior. - Mr. Waldman was the originator In.this.area of insured road service. For the 14 years he has hai the station, Mr. Waldman has feaured a pick-up and delivery service. AH ears are insured during the time they are in his care. Prior to hi* taking over the Red Bank business, Phil operated a service station with his brother Bam Waldman in Long Branch. He lived in Red Bank until moving to Middletown township a short time ago. He has been active In civic affairs of Red Bank. He is a member of the Elks, the Masons, the Exchange club and the Y.M.C.A. Sump Club to Heur Noted Sneaker The Monmouth County Philatelic society haa scheduled a very important meeting for Friday night, May 27, at the. Red Bank borough halt when they will have a* guest speaker, Al Kunie ot the Pan-American Union, Washington, D. C. Mr. Kunze will come to Red Bank through the courtesy of George Sloant, a prominent philatelist and a good friend, of the county organisation, Police Investigate Tavern Theft Atlantic Highlands police are investigating the theft of $320 In cash from Andy's tavern, First ave. The theft occurred between 2 a. m. and 8 a. m, Sunday, according to Police Chief StSerllng Sweeney. Chief Sweeney said the cash was not In the register. No liquor was taken. The tavern is.owned by Andrew Richard, who owns an adjoining liquor store.. New Program For Adult Croup. *Y' Thurtday Niihter. Plan Dances, Partie* The "Thursday Nighttrs," young adult group at the Community "V" on Riverside ave., ha** planned several activities tor this month, opening with a danc* tonight. All young people betweea the age of 19 and 35 are invited, - The feature of tonight's party will be an old-fashioned squar* dance led by "Rudy" Quackenfeush, group member. Thursday night, May 12, will featur* a -Mont* Carlu night with many games and prises. The special event of the month, a semi-formal dance, will be Thursday, May 19. Earl Pylc's orchestra will provide dance music. A ha} * ride, May 26, rounda out tht month's activities. June activities will include an amateur night, June 2, and taltttl for the program is now being selected. Prospective, members ma* contact the group president, Robert Burns, or attend th* activitlm at the "Y" house, Baptist Women Hold Banquet Mother-Daughter Event Well Attended More than 100 persone attends* the mother-daughter banquet h«ld at Red Bank Baptist church Monday. The event was sponsored by the junior Mary Mount chapter of Women's Missionary society. Miss Mary Beth Pulton, a special representative of the minister* and missionaries benefit board of th* Northern Baptist convention, was the speaker. She has recently returned from a trip to India and Burma, and told of work being carried on by Baptist mission* In that area. Recognition of family group* present was given by Mrs. Elmer Cottrcll, who gave a corsage to Mrs. Fred Evendcn of River Plata, the oldest mother present, and to Mrs. Vernon Loud ot Fair Haven, the newest mother present. Thsr* were eight families of three gtu* eratlons present, A tableau, "Seven Age* of Woman," was given with Mr*, Donald Crawford as reader; Mrs. J. William Helm, Sr., soloist, and Mr*. William D. Sayre, pianist. Participating were Carole Ann Newman, Joan Morford, Janet Williams, Mlsa Daisy Loud, Mrs. Victor Edelman and Mrs. William Truex. Mrs. George Morford was toastmaster; Mrs. William Schenck, supper chairman; Mrs. A. E. Newman, Sr., decoration chairman, and Mis. Alonzo Curchin, Jr., ticket chairrtian. Miss Mary Mount led devotions, Miss Ruth Olsen gsv* the toast to mothers, and Mrs. Alfred Beck gave the toast to daughters. Canada Official Guest of Kiwanis Koaster Derby Committees Named Major R. H. Tate, representative of the Canadian Council General'* omce, was guest speaker Monday night before members of the Red Bank Kiwanis club at the Molly Pitcher hotel. His talk was part of a program sponsored by Kiwanis International in conjunction with United States-Canada Good Will week. Major Tate commented on tha friendly relations between th* United States and Canada. H«outlined the history of Newfoundland, his home country, which recently became the tenth provlnc* of Canada. Walter Noble, chairman of th* Kiwanis Koaster derby commute*, appointed committee member* to aid him with the event. The derby will be held on Tower Hill rd., R*d Bank, Saturday, June 18. Application l.lanks have been distributed to school children at Red Bank, Fair Haven and Rumson., Th* derby is open to those between tht' ages of nine and 16. Prizes will nclude scholarships, bicycles and trophies. Committee members chosen by Mr. Noble are Ross King, judge; John Kilns, prizes; Ray Moore, registration; Henry Hagerman, construction; Frank Mitchell, course; Roland Plerson, car Inspection; Jack Llndslcy, publicity; Alston Beekman, Jr., legal, and Joseph Holiday, first aid. A Ladies' night program Is planned for Fridayr May 13, at the Fort Monmouth Officers' club. Th* program will include dinner, dancing and entertainment. Benjamin Ashin was welcomed' as a new club member., Investiture Held For Girl Scouts Ceremony Held at Mechanic St. School Girl Scout troop 1 79, which I* sponsored by Mechanic st, Parent- Teacher.association, held an Investiture ceremony Friday at th* ichool. Mrs. James Robottom was in charge, assisted by Mrs. Albert Newman, Sr., and Mrs, Joseph Applegatc, Invested were Mary Applegate, Carolyn Bechtoldt, Wilma Blake, Nancy Burdge, Phyllis Dowlen, Diane Getzlcr, Helen Huhn, Claire Jablonsky, Carole Newman, Joan Nowschaofer, Joan Morford, Lynn Robottom, Hclene Rltterman, June Westerman and Elaine Waldman, Each received a Girl Scout pin. Mrs, Arthur J. Polln and Mrs. Charles p. Hurd, leaders of Brownie troop 64, gavo "fly-up" pins to Mary Applogate, Helen* Rltterman nnd Elaine Waldman. Miss Bculnh Brecklnrldge, school principal, spoke to tho group, Misl loan Adams, accompanied by Mlsi LouU* McCue, tang several tolo*,.,

35 Pcnonab Mr.' and Mrs. John rvhelan of West at. are parents of a daughter, born Apr. 26 at Fitkin hospital Ṁr. and Mil. Harry Clayton of 36 Riverside ave., were Garden Week visitor! in the historic city of Williamsburg, Va., which U celebrating its 290th anniversary this year. While in the city they were guests at Willlamiburg Inn and viewed several of the building! that have been restored or reconstructed as they were two centuries ago. Williamsburg was established as capital of England's oldest and largest American province, the Virginia Colony, in Alfred J. Lotka, BeattU Park, Bed Bank, la among the contributors'to the 1949 Britannica Book of the Year. Former assistant statistician for the Metropolitan Life Insurance company, New York, he contributed the articles on birth statistics, death statistics, infant mortality, and suicide statistics. Mrs. Harry J. Quinn of Front it., who has been spending the winter In Florida, Returned home last week, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Malmet of Applegate st., River Plaza, are parents of a daughter, born last Thursday at Riverview hospital, Clarence E. Beck, Jr., of Maple venue and Joseph Toth of Perth Amboy, both employees of Raritan arsenal, are spending this week in Washington, D. c, visiting Mr. and Mrs. Russell Snapp. Mrs. A. C. Murfltt, formerly reaiding at IV Oakland st., and now nt 73 Raymond ave., Rockville Center, L L, has been very ill for several weeks. Word now comes that she is getting better slowly and able to go out lor a short ride, which news Is very' gratifying to Mrs. Murfltt'j many friends hereabouts. Mr. and Mre. Asa Drew of Monmouth st. are parents of a daughter, born Friday at Monmouth Memorial hospital. ' Mrs. Howard L. Kitts of Elberon a former Red Bank resident, is a patient at Monmouth Memorial hospital. Mr. and Mrs. J. Joseph Connor and Mrs. Henry MeDermott of Branch ave. spent the week-end at New Brunswick with Mr. and Mrs. Edward MeDermott. Mrs. Thomas Gill of Highway 85, Middletown, is a patient *t Monmouth Memorial hospital. Capt. Walter Turnier, son of Mr. nd Mrs, William Turnier of Wallace st,, visited his parents over the week-end. Capt. Turnier is an Air Force instructor, stationed at poodfellow field, Tex. Richard A. Pryor, 3.I.A., grandion ef Mrs. L J. Tetley of Chestnut St., was aboard the destroyer Leonard F. Mason when it collided with the destroyer Fich^clcr 50 miles southeast of Oahu at 8 a. m. Apr. 22. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Robincon, 110 Leonard st., received B )pn«call Tuesday night from their son and daughtcr-ln-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Robinson, who had just landed at LaGuardla Held from Hawaii, They will spend a lew days with Mn. Robinson's sister on' Long Island before coming to Red Bank, David Burket, whose wife is visiting her parents, Mr. nd Mrs. Thomas Robinson, ar rived in Honolulu Apr. 25. He visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Robinson before they left Hawaii for home. Mrs. Lester Curtis and son, Ed- (Ward Paul White, of California are visiting friends and relatives in Red Bank and vicinity. Cadet James Harry Cottrcll, son of Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Cottrcll of Vista pi., earned an average ol per cent and ranked seventh upon the third quarter scholastic honor roll at Bordentown military institute tor four subjects in the upper school. Ho is a senior, and bis name has been placed on the dean'a honor list. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Greene of Cleveland, O., are parents of a daughter, Suzanne Ellen, born Apr. 27, at Lakeside hospital, Cleveland Mrs. Greene is the former Elaine Straus, daughter of Mrs, Rose Btraus of Leroy pi. Suzanne Ellen Is the third great grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Prown of Waverly Mr, and Mrs. Harold Reynolds f Washington st. are parents of a on born Tuesday at Riverview hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Palentfrano of Catherine st. are parents f a son born Tuesday at Monmouth Memorial hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mauer of Elm pi. are parents of a son born Tuesday at Riverview hospital. Mr. and Mrs. William D. Mokler of Mori pi. are parents of a son bora Tuesday at Monmouth Memorial hospital. Shrewsbury The young adults of the commu JJlty, married and single, are invited to attend the first meeting of the newly-organized Pyad group, to be held Wednesday at 7 p. tn. in the Sunday-school rooms of the Presbyterian church. The initial gathering will be in the form of fellowship supper. The Helping Hand society Is holding a covered dish luncheon today. At a meeting of the group, plans are being formulated for the annual June sale. The Jolly Workers will meet Monday at 3:30 p. m. at the Borden-Neviua home on Sycamore ave. Mrs. Robert H. Higglnson, Broad St., was hostess last the Glils Friendly society of St. James Episcopal church. Long Branch. At the meeting arrangements weie completed for a mother-daughter banquet to be held Monday evening In the parish hall. Miss Florence Lukcns Newbold, headmistress of St. Mary's hall, Burlington, will be the speaker, A mother-daughter corporate communion will be held Sunday at B a. m. in the church. ADOPT ORDINANCE An ordinance io issue bonds amounting to 110,000 'for the repair of the borough's two water storage tanks on Summit ave. was adopted Monday night at a special mooting of thn Atlnntic Highlands mayor and council. Tho tankn store almuit 300,000 gallons of kvater. Jersey Shore Coast Guard Rescue Craft (Top) The 83-foot Coast Guard patrol boat CG-83392, based at Manaiqunn inlet lifeboat station, is the flrst of its type on the New Jersey coast to be equipped with a radio direction finder to facilitate rescue work.. (Bottom) The wartime DUKW (Duck) amphibian vehicle, has been adopted by the Const Guard at New Jersey lifeboat stations for inshore rescue work. (U. S. Coast Guard official photographs) Farm Wages Show Downward Trend First Reduction in Slate Since 1939 The trend in farm wages In New Jersey is reported to be downward for the flrst time since the spring of The current summary of the New Jersey crop reporting sevvlce reveals that New Jersey's average payments to farm laborers have dropped moderately this spring in comparison to Away back in Apr., 1039, farm workers earned on an average of $32 per month with board, and advances have been reported each successive spring for both daily and monthly workers, reaching a high of $109 with board and room Apr. 1, However, during the drat three months of this current year, farm laborers were paid an average wage of $105 per montli with board and room. Employees paid by the month and provided with a house received $141 this spring, but a year ago were paid approximately $147, Workers on New Jersey farms engaged by the week and given board and room had an average earning of $25.50, whereas in the spring of 1948 these employees averaged $ Those working by the week without board and lodging this spring rated an average pay or $38, compared to the $37 of a year ago. Day laborers received about $6.50 (no board or room included) against $6.40 in the spring of If paid on an hourly scale, workers earned about 84 cents an hour between January and April of both this year and last. New Jersey farm wages followed the downward national trend, which was attributed to more ample supplies of, farm labor in most sections of the nation. Then, too, the demand may be less, because net farm income was smaller in 1948 than in 1947, and U.S. D.A. prospects indicate tower returns in Moreover, increased availability of farm machinery makes fewer workers necessary. Farmers also have concentrated on crops which require a minimum of hand labor. Dependable year-round employees are still very much in demand for dairy and poultry farms in the Garden State. Long Branch Takes Buc Tennis Team, 4-1 Red Bank high school's tennis team made its debut yesterday afternoon at Long Branch high, losing 4 to 1. Only point scored was the Dick Wolf-Tom Osborn vcrsuj Harold Schaaf-Howard Mion match. Results: Schaaf defeated Osborn, 6-3, 6-0; Mion defeated Wolf, fl-2, 8-0; John Ooldin defeated Larry Weinatein, 6-3, 6-0; Wolf-Osborn defeated Schaaf-Mion, 6-2, 4-6, 6-4, and Rollins-Murphy defeated Terry Doremus-Weinstein, 6-4, 6-4. Cagey Racketeers Lose to Princeton The racqueteers of Red Bank Catholic high opened their court season yesterday, playing host to Princeton high school. Only pointmaker was Alex Hasslnger, captain-manager of the Cascys. Ho won the number one singles match over Pete Blbbj, 8-1, 6-4. Other results were. Bryce Thompson defeated Ray Hayne, 6-1, 6-4; Jack Carroll defeated Wally Bauer, 6-1, 6-2; Bibbs-Thompson defeated Hassinger-Bauer, 6-1, 6-3, and Madden-Wldman defeated Clark-Clancy, 6-2, 6-3. LEONARDO POST MEETING The.Leonardo Memorial post, American Legion, will meet at tho Community fire house, Leonardo, Monday at 8 p. m. Final plans will be made for the annual fair to take place June 28, 29 and 30, and July 1 and 2, John Fisher, commander, will preside. All members ra urged to attend. Against Cut in Vets' Hospital Facilities David A. Walling American Legion post, Tinton Falls, st a meetin? last Thursday night authorized the sending of the following letter to U. S. Senators H. Alexander Smith and Robert C. Hendrickson and Representative James C. Auchlncloss. The letter follows: A recent decision by the Veterans administration to reduce the number of hospital beds for veterans is a revocation of the pledge made to our veterans when they joined the forces. Coming at a time when the need for medical treatment far exceeds the ability of ihe Veterans administration to provide hospital facilities, such an economy move makes an already critical situation exceedingly desperate. This is especially true at Fort Monmouth, Fort Dix and Fort Hamilton. We recognize that the need for efficiency and economy is always an objective of effective government, but would suggest that there are many areas in the government service that are far more suitable for this sort of measure than the reduction of veterans' hospital facilities. Because you hav«always been interested in our problem and have indicated that you are a friend of veterans, we have taken the liberty to request your sincere consideration of this matter and appeal lu you in the name of justice and decency to take the necessary steps to correct this deplorable situation. The letter was signed by Anthony Monzo, Sr,, commander of the post. Freehold Pastor Addresses Grange Rev. Paul I. Munlon, pastor of Freehold Baptist church, was the speaker at a meeting of Atlantic grange Tuesday at Atlantic township school. His subject was "What I Owe America." Solos were sung by Rev. Mr. Munion, and Mrs. Sophia Reid, read a poem, A Mother's day program will be given at the next meeting Tuesday. GIRL SCOUT RALLY Girl Scouts and Brownies at Little Silver will hold a rally Saturday afternoon at the Little Silver grammar school. Four Girl Scout troops and three Brownie group members will receive merit badges and "fly-up" awards. The rally was arranged at a meeting of the Little Silver Obi Scout town committee yesterday at the school. Mrs. Richard. Clapp is rally chairman. CESAR A CAPTAIN Charles Cesar of Keyport has been promoted to the rank of captain, according to. an announcement by the signal division of European Command headquarters. Capt. Cesar, his wife, the former Miss Ruth Rathbone, and their two sons are residing in Heidelberg, Germany. They hope to visit Paris this spring and Holland for tulip time. CAKE 8AXE SATURDAY Members of Court - St. James, Catholic Daughters of America, will hold a cake sale'saturday at Red Bank Catholic high school auditorium, The proceeda will aid a member who is a polio victim. Mrs. Evelyn Funderburke Is chairman and is accepting contributions. To date more than 100 home-made cakes have been promised tor the sale, STUART SIMS SPEAKER Stuart H. Sims will be -.he speaker at the Haha'i public meeting tonight at the Red Bank Baha'l center, 99 Monmouth at. He will give Jome highlights of the National Baha'l convention at Wilmette, III,, which he attended. PT.A. BARN DANCE The River Plaza Patent-Teacher association will hold a public barn danco Friday night, May 13, at the River Plaza school, Hart Weber's orchestra will furnish the music, MM. chtiur,wllh«im i* chairman.. KEI) ISAXK ftegister, MAY 3, 19lflf -Pacre Three. Angus Breeders Plan Spring Sale May M Growing interest in beef cattle production in New Jersey is reflected in the spring sale being held at Mount Holly May 14 by the members of the New Jersey Aberdeen-Angus Breeders associa. tion, according to W. C Skclley, professor of animal husbandry at Rutgers university and executive secretary of the association, Robert Brooks of Mount Holly, who is in charge of the sale, announces that about 60 Angus heifers from some of the best herds in the state will be auctioned off by Auctioneer Stan Haywoith of Wan en ton, Va. The animals will be "in their working clothes, "since the sale is to he an "unfitted" one Mr. Brooks said. Skelley pointed out that interest In raising beef cattle has increased steadily in New Jersey in recent years. He believes there la room for considerable further expansion, since much idle pasture land in New Jersey could well be used for grazing beef cattle, especially in. view of the current national shortage of beef and lamb breed- Ing herds. Your Garden in May Weather If your season is about normftl, plant when the soil and weather seem right. Watch the Tree*. When oak leave* come out, It's the traditional time to plant sweet corn and snap beans,» Very Tender Crops Tho following should not bo planted outdoors until warm weatlv er has definitely arrived: Cucumbers and other vine crops, lima beans, tomatoes, peppers, egg-plant. See frost chart for your region. Know Your Mmas When the leaves on trees are well out, plant lima beans. Pole limas mature in from 11 to 13 weeks and they bear until frost. Bush limes bear about ten days sooner and may be harvested for about a month. Both are good for freezing. Pole beans require strong poles, S or 9 feet tall. Be sure to set the poles at least a foot deep before planting. Plant beans 1-2" deep with eye down, a few beans to a pole. Plant pole beans at north side of garden BO they will not shade the other plants from sunlight. If two poles in one row are brought together with two poles in the next row at the top and all four poles are tied together in this position, it will not "be necessary to sink the poles so deep into the ground. They will hold each other up. Buy Mania to Save Time Those. who lack time, space or patience, usually buy cabbage, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, pepper, tomato and celery plants. Wherc^ onion sets are scarce, plants ' of' these may be purchased, cheaper, too. Try leeks, a wonderful mild onion flavor and not* grow, Good Companions The spaces between tomato plants may be occupied by lettuce, radishes, spinach, early beets or carrour, which will be out of the ground before the larger plants need'the space. This practice applies also to peppers, broccoli, eggplant and pole beans, between which small, quick crops may be grown. This is called "intercropping" or "companion cropping,' Colt's Neck Mr, and Mrs. William A. Lecht reck or entertained last week for Mrs, Leslie Richard of Newark, and Mr. and Mrs, Guy Evered ox Wcatport, Conn. Tho Reformed, church Sewing club will hold an all-day quilting party and luncheon today at tho chapel, G. A, Timlcn has installed a new freezer in his store on the Frechoia-Eatonlown highway. Mataman Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Bury of West Orange ale the parents of a second child, a daughter, who was born April 12 at St. Mary'j hospital, Orange. Mrs. Bury is the former Miss Janice Knoell, oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. Knoell. This is their third grandchild. Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Currie arc enjoying a vacation trip to Williamsburg, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Garrett McKeen, Jr., are building a new home on Valley drive. Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Augenstein left yesterday by (>!ane for a six weeks' vacation in Europe, where they will visit their parents. Mr. and Mrs. William Clayton Noddings and daughter, Sarah Ellen, left Monday to visit their son Charles and his family in Michigan. They expect to be gone about two weeks. Mr«. Margaret Laird hag been confined to her home with illness. Mr. and Mrs. Renssclaer Cai'tan and daughter, Anne, have returned from a week-end at Seaford, Delaware, where a family reunion was held to celebrate the birthday of Mrs. Katharine Moore, mother of Mrs. Cartan, Miss Elaine Erdmann, 13-year-oll daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Erdmann, Jr., is confined to her home with a broken leg and body bruises as the result of a freak accident, in which she ran into an lutomohile, which her mother was driving in her own driveway. Mre. Anna O'Neill is a medical patient at the Perth Amboy General hospital. Arthur Friedman is away on a business trip through the Middle West. Mrs. Daniel Davis and Mrs. Rose Price of Albany, N. Y., were the week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Friedman. Mrs. Gerard Devlin entertained the Tuesday Evening Bridge club recently. Susan Weir, one-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Weir, is confined to her home with chicken pox. MiflH Marie Boysen of South River was the week-end guest of Misa Suzanne Donnell. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Pazienza and children, Janice and Louis, Jr., spent the week-end at Hop Bottom, Pa., visiting Mrs, William Murray, mother of Mrs. Pazienza. Mrs. William J. Rabel entertained the Friday Evening Bridge club recently. Mrs. Ralph Herrick entertained the Thursday Afternoon bridge club at luncheon recently. Prizes were won by Mrs. Edward Cunie, Mrs. Howard Erdmann and Mrs, William Wasmuth, Mrs. William Martin of Fresh Pond Meadows was a guest. Edward T. Winslow and family' who have been occupying the Sickels house on Main St., have moved to Metuchen. At a recent try-out for cheerleaders in the Matawan high school, two groups were organized. The varsity squad will consist of Mins Peggy Devlin, captain; Miss Lois Hansen, co-captain; Mary Moreno, Marilyn Finn, Mary Armour, Dorothy Morocco, Mary Jane Campbell, Rose Fidele, and the newly-elected additions Sharon Elliott, Lucille Scharappa, Donald Knoell, Joseph Diniz and John White, The boys arc a new addition this year. The Junior Varsity squad will consist of Betty Ann Ward, Eleanor Baker, Dorothy Albrecht, Diane Dennis nnd Ann Bucco. Miss Mary Moreno will be junior varsity adviser. Mrs. Paul Ingclow of Rochester, N.., is visiting nor daughter and son-in-law, Mr. <in<i Mrs. J. Paul Wei.=s of Ravine drive. Mr. and Mrs. George Wilson of Ravine drive entertained Friday afternoon for their daughter, Carol Jean, who was celebrating her fifth birthday. The guests were Carol Ann Saviako, Leslie and Thomas Marshall, Patricia Benner, Michele and Mary Ann Anson, Patricia Farrcll, Sarah Ellen Noddingfl, William and Lynne Bowie, Gregory Weiss and Joan Arminia, all of Matawan, and Julia Schumnck and Burtis Parcells of Keyuort. Mrs. George Wilson of Ravine drive bowled in the.state tournaments at Teaneck Saturday and Sunday. At this time, Mrs. Wilson is in fourth place in the singles. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Claus returned Monday from a trip to Cincinnati, O. Mr. and Mrs. Frank LaMura of Lakewood are parents of a daughter, born recently at Point Pleasant hospital. They will name the baby Pauline Mary. Mrs. LaMura is the former Miss Mary McManU3 of Freehold. Mr. LaMura is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph La- Mura of Morganvllle. At a recent meeting of the Ladies' auxiliary of the Freneau Independent Fire company, officers elected for the coming year were Mrs, Edward Schubcr, president; Mrs. Edgar Wadclton, vice-president; Mrs. John Lockwood, Jr., secretary, and Mrs. Ozzie Sickles, treasurer. Jack McCormack, four, aon of Mr. and Mrs. James D. McCormack of Ravine drive, is convalescing after being struck by an automobile, driven by Mrs. Dorothy La* Mura of 7 Fountain ave. Mrs. Albert Glldersleeve of Keyport i" visiting her daughter and son-in-law, Mr, and Mrs. Joseph Carroll. Mr. and Mrs, Wilson W. Hobrough and Mr. and Mrs. W. EllUon are on a trip to California, where they will represent the First Baptist church at a Northern Baptist convention, Upon their return, Mr, and Mrs. Hobrough will move Into their home on Park ave., which has been occupied by Mr, and Mrs. Thomas Anderson, who are moving to Keyport.. Mm. Frederick Selben, Sr., was a guest at a shower for Miss Theresa Nochese of Checsequake, which was given at the home of Mrs. Anna Oulstl, Cllffwood. Mr. and Mrs. William C, Ludl and Mr. and Mrs, Thomus Anderson have returned after spending tho week-end as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roland H. Long. Mrs. Phoebe A, Zlngler spent Saturday In New York city, Mis, Ernest Peterson was frueat of honor nt a dinner given by h*r fellow tmployem of the Hanson Th«Ladle*' auxiliary of Midway Hose is entertaining members' husbands Saturday evening at a tur- Ucy dinner at the flrc house. Van Winkle company at Ye Cottage inn. Mis. Peterson received a chest of silver nnd matching trays. A Mother-Daughter banquet was held Monday evening at the Methodist chuich lecture rooms. Mr. and Mrs. Baird Rice of Valley dr., are parents of a daughter, horn last Thursday at Monmouth Memorial hospital. Rainbow Women Elect Mrs. West To Install Officers At Slalc Convention Mrs. Kenneth West wajj re-elected president of the auxiliary of th"! New Jersey chapter, Rainbow Division Veterans, at a meeting Monday at thn home of Mrs. Robert Hayward, Pinckney j-d. O/llcers will be installed at the state convention, June 12, tit the Bcrkelcy-Caiteret hotel, Asbury Park, Other officers arc Mrs. Frank Mitchell, vice president; Mrs. Jacob Bloom, treasurer, and Mrs. Grandin Chapman, secretary. Mrs. Chapman was re-elected to her office. The auxiliary will hold a theater party in October. A large number will attend tho Rainbow national convention at New York city in July. This is the first time in 23 years that a national convention has been held in New York city. Car Overturns, Four Injured Four persons were Injured yesterday afternoon when a car driven by George Rice, Atlantic st., Keyport, overturned on Oceanport ave., Oceanport. Patrolman Robert G. Berry and the nrst aid MIUIUIK of Oceanport, Eatontown and Long; Branch wore called. Those injured bcsid«kice were Albert McGirk, South St., Eatontown; Thomas Snider, Buttonwood ave., Eatontown, and Miss Estelle JcfTciies, 224 Central ave,, Long Blanch, They were taken Io Monmouth Memorial hospital. Kice was treated for back injuries, and this morning waa reported in good condition; Miss Jeffcrles, whose condition is fair, suffered a broken arm and leg injuries; McGirk was treated for arm and shoulder injuries; Snider was treated for cuts and abrasions of the head. Thn last two were hitch-hikers whom Rice had picked up. Red Bank Man Promoted By Canadian Railways Bertram H. Thome, of 63 Towerhill ave., export and import representative, foreign freight department, has been appointed general ngent, freight department, Canadian National Railways, New York city. Mr. Thome began his railroad career with the Central Railroad of New Jersey at High Bridge, N. J., in 1917 as a billing clerk. He has been with the Canadian National organization since 1923, serving as freight traffic representative, chief clerk, eastbound agent and general agent, Central Vermont terminal. He was named export and import representative in i CORRECTION '* Mr. and Mrs. George Weaver of Leonardo have mad. application to ihe Mlddletown township committee for a convalescent home on Leonardville rd., and not Mrs. Lilly Watson as was reported in last week's Register. Mr. and Mrs. Weaver recently purchased Mrs. Watson's house on Leonardville d. Mrs. Watson is a resident of Hamilton ave., Leonardo. HOLMDEL l'akty Final plans for a card and gam* party to be held by th«federated Ladles' Aid society of Holmdel Thursday, May 12, at the Baptist chapel are complete. Arrangements were made at a committee meeting yesterday afternoon at the home of the chairman, Mrs. Robert Rex of Holmdel. Freehold Wins But Bucs Stage 2 Big Upsets M<«Enth 66-.YI; Scott Wing 880 Kun; Take* Discus Bed Bank high school's track team was host to Freehold high's cindermen yesterday at West Bergen pi. field. Although the Buc speedsters were defeated, they it least performed in such style a^ to hearten Coache.s Vince Paladino flnd l.ou Jacoun.i. Score was Freehold, 66; R«d Bank, 51. BigKCsl surprise of the afternoon was Bill Scutt'a defeat of Freehold's Merola in the 880-yard run. Merola, state cross country champ, has done the mile in 4:52, But yesterday, Scott had hi.s way. winning by a Margin of 25 yard.i. Another big upset came in th" discus. Alvin Grlsgs, bascba'il Coach Tom Phipps' first string chuclier, made his first appearance of the.year for the track team. And it was an auspicious inaugural. He not only won the event for Ked Bank, hut his toss of 117 feet, two inches is the best thrown this year among Shore Contemns schools. The spread is but llvo fe-h he hi nil Barry luzzo't best. Klzzo, Long Brnnch high athlete, is ~egarded as this section's hest in tlie discus. Reason that Frank J. Pingitoro, Buc athletic director, permitted GrigfTs to perform was that the track team was missing three uf its regular performers. Herb Swanson, Tom Osborn and SanforU Jones. Ordinarily, Red Bank high athletes are not permitted to participate actively In two concurrent sports. Most times were off due to a strong wind whipping across the West Bergen fl. field. The elements didn't bother lu'd Barik'a Charlie Buhlin, however, and the Bucx' most consistent performer gathered in a dozen points via a first in the; 120-yard high hurdled, a tie for first in the hirh jump and a second in the broad jump. Next Wednesday, Red Bank is host to Toms River. The summary: 12').yard high hurdltn First, liulilin (HID ; second, Wooilwnnl IHUJ ; third, Hnwtlioriie (H. 'i'imr, It. 100-ynrd ijn»h--kiril, liuckcnflcld (F): icronil, lliimpton tp) ; third, Kecvcs (KID. Tini, tl. Mile KirHt, Piuciuinl (I'')-, «econd, Mnytrson (RID; third, Thomastick (K). Time.,'>: yan! dash First, Slicnney (KB); second, Mo J.(, (F); thinl, Anderson (FJ. Time, T,G."i. WSO-yurd rim First. Scott (RH) : sneonil. Heroin IF) ; third, Cameron (ItUj. Time 2: "iio.y.inl low hurdles F>yt, Hawthorne IK): second, Schinfonc Mill); third. Wnoilwiird lltlll. Tim,-. 2'.i.l. i-mj-yiml dn>h First, Hampton (! '); Ercoml, O'Conn. 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36 I Jesse Lawrence Dies in Hospital He Wu Former Highland* Chief Jttst J. Lawrence, 69, of 61 Fifth t, Highlands, former police chief at that borough, died Tuesday sight at Mcnmouth Memorial hos- ttal. A resident of Highland* more than 40 years, he served as police Chief before thai department was Obituaries organized by local ordinance. At one time he was the only polite officer in the borough. Mr. Lawrence, who was also a Highlands Ore chief, was an exempt fireman and a retired employee of the Central i'.»ilroad of New Jersey. He wu a member of the Red Bank Elka club. Surviving are hie Kilt, Mrs. Anne M. Lawrence, Highland! grammar school attendance officer; two sons, Harold J. Lawrence of Forest Hills. L. 1., and Jee.«e H. Lawrence of Teaneck; a. daughter, Mrs. Virginia L. Smith of Seattle, Wash.; a brother, William Lawrence of Highlands; even grandchildren and three great grandchildren. The Elki will hold services tonight tt 9 o'clock at (he Posten funeral home. The funeral will be held tomorrow at 12 noon at Posten'a with Rev. Charles P. John- died last night at her home, 231 John st,, South Amboy. Funeral don, pastor of All Saint's church, arrangements will be announced Navealnk, officiating. Burial will by the John E, Day funeral home, he in Woodlawn cemetery, New, Rcd York. TVo Injured At Wickatunk Miss Fiances Herbert, 20, of Neptune, an employee at the welfare home at Freehold, was seriously injured In an automobile accident on Route 4, near Wickatunk Saturday night. Also injured wu Mrs. Anna Mount of Matawan township. State police at Key-port said that carl driven by Jejse Mount of Jlatawan township and George Rinear of Brand st., Matawan, collided head-on. Miss Herbert, a pnsaenger in the Rinear car, received a possible fractured skull, broken leg and other injuries. Mrs. Mount suffered a broken right shoulder. i Miss Herbert was taken to Monmouth Memorial hospital by the Matawan first aid squad. Her condition is fair. Mrs. Mount was treated by her family physician. ; Rinear was summoned to spear t Marlboro township police court on a eharg* of careless driving. ( Collarbone Broken la Fall From Drill Joseph E. Warden, chairman of the building and grounds commute, of Shrewsbury townahip board of education, Buffered a fractured collarbone when he (ell from a grain drill while sowing grain on ills farm thii week. Information of Mr. Warden's in- I jury ma reported Tuesday night at UM achool board meeting and brought from the board a united csyrtmfon of sympathy. He is re< to he doing nicely at his tome. j Installation Tonight :lported Vernon A. Brown post 438, Veterans M Foreign Wan of the United States, together with the pott auxiliary, will hold its annual iaitalutioa of officers tonight at, :*> o'clock at the Mechanic at. f' achool auditorium. All friends of the post as well as the public in general ii cordially invited- At the last meeting of the post Mr. Uaraicio of 20 Chestnut St., Red Bank, was awarded the prize presented by the SO SO club. ' NATHANIEL MORNER Service* will b«held Saturday at 3 p. m. in the Woolley funeral bonir,' Long Branch, for Nathaniel Horner, 7», of Boidcn *t-, Monwoulh Beach, who died yesterday afternoon in Monmouth Memorial hospital. Rev. Davis A. Simons of Asbury Methodist church of North Long- Branch will officiate. Interment will t>c in West Long Branch cemetery. A resident of Monmouth Beich the pnst 75 year*, Mr. Horner was a retired commercial fisherman. A native of Belmar, he was the son of the late Isaac and Mary Gardner Horner. He is survived ljy his wife, Elizabeth Archer Horner; a son, Clarence N. Horner, Monmouth Beach; two daughters, Mrs. Norman Copper, Long Branch, and Mrs. Violet Morris, Neptune; eight grandchil- 4ien; three great-grandchildren; a Uter. Mrs. Mary Steams. Shrewsbury, and three borthers,, Charles Horner of Little Silver and Loften nd Benjamin Horner of Monaaouth Beach. MRS. ANNA HICKEY Mrs. Anna Hickey, 87, mother of Mrs. James Porter of Rumson, Banlli A native of South Amboy, Mrs. Hickey was a daughter of the late Daniel anil Kntherine Kagle fullivan. She had been a devoted member of St. Mary's church. Besides Mrs. Porter the is survived by her husband, Thomas Hickey; three other daughters, Mrs. Stephen Tronac, South Amboy; Mrs. James S. Holton, Me- Uichen, and Mrs. Lawrence A. Kenny, Miami Beach, Fla.; two mothers and other guests attending. Mrs. John Hughes was given sisters, Miss Bridget Sullivan and Mrs. Edward Mullen, South Ainbury, and three brothers, Charles an old-fashioned bouquet as she Timothy Sullivan, both of South Amboy. MICHAEL SCADIS Michael Scsdis, 71, of 68 Ravine dr., Matawan, a retired musician', died Tuesday afternoon after a short illness. He was born in Lithuania and had lived at Matawan 20 years. Mr. Scadis was a member of the Royal Order of Eagles of Elizabeth. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Mary Paviadis Scadis; two daughters, Mrs. Gene Anson of Matawan and Miss Mary Ann Scadii, living at home; a son, Vito Scadii, living nt home, and three grandchildren. The funeral will be held Saturday.morning at 9 o'clock at St, Joseph's church, Keyport, where a high requiem mass will be offered liy Msgr. John P. Burke. Burial will be in the church cemetery, under direction of the John E. Day funeral home. FIFTH BIRTHDAY PARTY William Roman, Jr., ion of Mr. and Mrs. William Roman of Keyport, last week celebrated his fifth birthday at a party in his home. Prizes were awarded to Diane Kegley, Iris Woolley, Hager Music and John Allen Fote. Others attending were Douglas MacBwan, Oary Pete, Judy and Bobby Sproul, Bob Woolley, John Beach, Felix Kegley, Jr., Leslie and Howard Tice, John and Patty Hinds, Barbara Poling, George Roman, Jr., Mrs. Joseph Roman, Jr., Mrs. John Pote, Mrs. Lcroy Sproul, Mrs. Howard Woolley, Mrs. George Beach, Mrs. Harold Tice, Mrs. John Hinds, Jr., Mrs. pcorge Roman, Mrs, Errhnrt Waistrom and Mrs. William Roman. OUR 102nd YEAR P.T.A. Announces Safety Program Fair View Group Will ln-lall OlTiccrt) Safety will be the program topic at the final business mooting of Fair View Parent-Teacher association Tuesday night at Fair View school at 8:30 o'clock. Frederick C. Holmes Is program chnirmnn, and W. F. Turner, chairman of the fire and accident committee of the New Jersey Association of insurance Agents, will show a Him, "What Price Safety," with Lowell Thomas us narrator. Oltlcers will be installed at this session. Following the meeting a cake sale will be conducted by Mrs. Leo Finn, Mis. Paul Prri-y and Mrs. Ray Madison. Arrangements for the meeting were made by the executive board at ;i session at the home of Mr*. Tyson Matlack on Conovcr lane, Middletown township, Tuesday. The association planned Held trips and picnics for pupils in the first eight grades at the school with room mothers in charge. Instead of a June meeting a tea for the entire membership will be held at the home of Mrs. Beverly Dlckerson on Navesink River id., Middlctown township. The board nlso discussed the possibility of buying a duplicating machine for the school. Annual Banquet Held hy L.S.G. Uul> The U.S.G. club uf Red Bunk held their annual mother-daughter banquet Tuesday al the Chateaux, Asbury Park. Entertainment consisted of skits nnd games conducted by members. Corsages were given to all was the oldest mother iiltenuing. Other prize winners were Mrs. Percy Smith, Mrs. Daisy Brown, Mrs. Serena Havens and Mrs. Ruth Burhour. Officers installed were Mrs. Everett 3rower, president; Mrs. Mc- Coach and Mrs. Dcwcy Williams, vice president; Mrs. Barber, treasurer; Mrs. John M. Green, recording secretary, and Mrs. Edward Elberts, corresponding secretary. KKYrOBT FASHION SHOW St. Joseph's P.T.A. held a spring card party and fashion show Friday evening at St. Joseph's school, Keyport, The fashion show included spring ensembles and accessories, play togs and summer frocks. Models were Mrs. John Shea, Mrs. Gerard Gardner, Miss Betty Costello, Mrs. Joseph McQuarrie, Mrs. George Carey, Mrs. Anthony Fnriello, Mrs. John Kane, Miss Mary Hulsart, Miss Helen Reid, Mrs. Leonard Conway, Miss Patricia Tlbbetts, Mrs. John Fitzgerald nnd Mrs. David Edelmuth. Children taking part were Barbara Ann Kirk, Maureen and Pj gy Halleran, Patricia Ann and Marjorie Costcllo, Jeannie and Cathleen Kan«, Connie Sacco, Mary Emery, Patricia Smith, Gloria Fariello, Robert Preston, John Thaler, Billy and Bruce Insloy, William and Robert Kennedy and Raymond Andrewjewski. Mrs. John Thaler was chairman and Mrs. Dorothy Kelly, accompanist. COUNTY BIRTHS Mr, and Mis, John Row-man of First ave., Atlantic Highlands, are parents of a son, horn Monday at Monmouth Memorial hospital. RED BANK GARDEN CENTER Offers Sturdy, well rooted Vegetable & Flower Plants They're all our finest varieties! ^ Tfiese are just a few of the many varieties we offer. Transplanted Vegetable Plants TOMATOES DOZ. Bcnnry Bast, Butters, Pomodorsi GOR Ponderou, Wlniall ' «u c 1ETTUCE Great Lake. * New York S5c CABBAGE GoMen Acre * Marion Market j5 C BBOCCOU Blvlent «, CAULIFLOWEB SMwball tic H.oo 4.50 :.N S.M Ask for your favorite? 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KEWMAV SWINGS Hll,, RED BANK,'*.,f, Weddings WOOLI.EV GOLUE.V Miss Virginia Charlotte Woolley, daughter of County Clerk J. Russell Woolley and Mrs. Woolley of West Ixmg Branch, was married Sunday at Old First church. West Long Branch, to George Francis Golden, son of imr. and Mrs. Frank Golden of Long Branch. The ceremony was performed by the paslor, new Jay K. Helms, and was followed by a reception at O!d Orchard Country cluh. Mr. Woolley gave his daughter in marriage. She was dressed in a white.satin gown, styled with a high neckline and long sleeves. The skirt of the gown wa.s made with {fathers (showing a ruffled petticoat and forming a long train. She wore an old-fashioned satin bonnet, trimmed with Cliantilly luce over a fingertip length veil. She carried a Bible with a markr ot white orchids. Her attendants were Mrs.- Jane.Vhitc Spitz of Fords, who was miron of honor, and the briftesmuiils vcre Misses Zelnm Woolley of ivnst Long Branch; Carolyn Uzilla, Portaupeck; Mary Jane Bcnlequit, Jied Bank, and Daphne Ma- ;on, Westficld. The mation of honor was dressed an embroidered Swiss organdy, iver a pale pink taffetn hooped ikirt. Sho had a matching white mhroidcred organdy cupe and the ress was tied at the waistline ith «wide pink taffeta.sash. She ail a pale pink picture hat and iirried a houqucl of pink and orhiil sweetpcas. The bridesmaids wore identical owns, only with hooped skirts of rchiil tafiotn. They had orchid ilcturc hats anil carried pink anil irchiil sweel pea*. Janet Ann Woolley, the bride's niece, was flower girl. Hex dress,vaa Swiss organdy over pink taffsu, maili! with a round neckline uid puffed sleeves. She had a imtching organdy bonnet and car- ied a while basket filled with pink osc buds and petals. X-ticharil A. GnkiiMi of Wannniaii- ;a was best man, and ushers wure Russell Woolley, Jr., West Lons Branch; John Golden, Wanamas'sa; Charles.Spite, Fords, and Gcorgu Hiihn, Long Branch, The bride's mother chose a toa.4 uolorcii lace and chiffon gown with bronze accessories and a natural straw hat, trimmed with toast colorcil tulle and flowers. Sho wore brown orchid corsage. The bridegroom's mother was drcss,ej n an aqua crepe ensemble, with cocoa colored accessories, and she had a picture hat matching her accessories..; Upon their return from Bermuda, the couple will be at home at 580 Cedar ave., West Long Branch. For tmvcling the bride was dressed in a light green suit, a mink scarf, brown accessories and a, brown straw tat. H1I.OSKEV i'ktkbsox The marriage of Miss Helen M. DeLoskcy and Ernest R. Peterson, both of Matawan, was solemnized Friday, Apr. 22, al St. Joseph's church, Keyport. The bride is a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Albert F. DeLoskcy and the bridegroom is a son of Mr. and Mis. Ernest Peterson, The bride, given in marriage by her brother, Albert F. DeLoskcy, wore a while satin gown and a fingertip veil held in place by a satin tiara trimmed with orange blossoms. She carried a carillon style of Easter lilies. The maid c" honor, Miss Claire DcUoskey, sister of the bride, wore a tea rose gown of marquisette and matching headpiece. She carried a bouquet of yellow carnations and statice. William Maloney of Morganville as best man and ushering wore corge Magncnat, brother-in-law of the bride, and George Lcary, cousin of the bridegroom. Immediately following the ceremony, a reception was held at "Vo Cottage inn", Keyport, after which Mr. and Mrs. Peterson left for a wedding trip to Washington, D. C. On their return, they will reside on Main St., Matawan. Mrs. Peterson is a graduate of Benjamin Franklin high school, Carbondalc, Pa. Mr. Peterson Is a. raduate of Matawan high school. Mrs. PMcrson is employed hy the Hanson Van Winkle company of Matawan, and Mr. Peterson is the proprietor of Peterson's dairy. FAI.BO-SKTAKO Miss Theresa Fulbo and Bernard Setaro were married Sunday afternoon at St. Anthony's church i>y Msgr. Salvatorc DiLorenzo. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carmen Falbo of Bridge ave., and the bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. John Setaro of Oakland st. Tlui hi'lde, who wns given In marriage by her father, wore a while satin gown made mandarin' style, designed with a long train and a full skirt which was trimmed with beads. Her floor length veil was attached to a beaded crown, and she carried a bouquet of whiti orchids and lilies of the valley. Mrs. William Setaro, the bride's sister-in-law, was mation of honor and was dressed in pink taffeta with matching pink taffeta 11 at, trimmed wltli pink and green tullo. She carried a basket filled with pink roses and sweet peas. Bridesmaids were Misses Mary Lucia, Carolyn DeGeorsc, Nancy Setaro, a sister of the bridegroom, and Ursula Fcrraro, nil of Hod Bank, anil Theresa Guiiiando of Long Branch, a cousin of this bride.-their.frocks', made like the honor attendant's, were in jlale green taffeta, nnd they had pink lints nnd carried baskets of pink flower. 1 ). Marie Bruno, the bride's niece, wns flower- gli'l. Her gown was a 'miniature. copy of the. one worn by the ma I ion of honor. Louis De- Gegrijc, the bride's nephew, was n pug".' ' '. Edward Dowd of Long Branch wus best man. The ushers wan. Angelo DcGcorge, brothor-ln-law of the. bride; Robert Knight and William Corrigan of Red Bnnk; Peter Aceri'n, Asbury Park, ami Hlimucl MarliH, Long Branch, a cousin of the lirlile. Following a reception ut SI, Anthony's hull, the couple left lor n. wetldlng trip to Miami, nnd upon l.hcli' return will reslilo with the fctjuts *uuui XlM brid«*'* HANK REGISTER, MAY 5, 1919 graduated from Red Bank school, ;ind the bridegroom from Heil Bank Catholic high school. During the war he served with the Army for three years on overseas duty. UliEN,\AN KAV Announcement has been made of the marriage of Miss Dorothy Brennan ol Union Beach, daughter of Mrs. Florence Brcnnan of West Orange, and granddaughter of Thomas D. Law ler uf Union Beach, to John Kay, son uf Mr, and Mrs. James Kay of Keansburg. The wedding took place Apr. 9 at Keansburg Alctliodist church with Rev. Sanford Haney, pastor, offlciting. The bride was given in marriage by her brother, \Villiiim Brennan of West Orange, and Miss Betty Deitz ol' Matawan was maid of honor. William Johnson of Keansburg was best man. Mrs. Kay was graduated from Keyport high school and is employed by the Telephone company at Keyport, Mr, Kay, a graduate of Middletown township high school, is employed by Charles Bruning company at Newark. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Howland, Sr., of Liltle Silver, announce the marriage of their daughter, Jean Howlund Toovey, to Harry Ashley Davey, son of Mrs. Martha Davey of Kiver rd., Red Bank, Friday, Apr, 22. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Charles S. Webster, pastor of the Rcil Bank Presbyterian church. This was the first weililing ceremony performed by Rev. Mr. Webster since he assumed the pastorate of the church. Mrs. Davey was graduated from Monmouth Memorial hospital,.school of Nursing, and is ofllec nurso for Dr." Lawton Hindle. Mr. Davey was graduated from Rod Bank high scnool and was with the Army in India during the war. lie s JIUW a student at Pace college. HA KUTO MILLKN, Mrs. Anna IJ. Burhiilo, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Rella of Engluhtown, and Edward F. 'Mil- Ion, bun of Mrs. Peter Millcn of Phrilmix, ami lbu line Mr..Millcn, were niarrii'ii Saturday by Magistrate Stanley Stillwell. The ceremony took pliico at Mr, Stilwell's home al Everett. Church News 1 BAFTISt Middletown Rev. James Howell will deliver the sermon at the 11 a. m. service Sunday. The choir, directed by Mrs. George Harlnuin, will sing special music; Hobbies of members of the church school and congregation will be exhibited in the church chapel, prior to the service. Sunday-school convenes at 9:45 a. m. with Miss Doris Baird as superintendent. The Young people will meet Sunday at I 41, m'.' And discuss thn topic, "My Faith and My World." The family night held Friday at the chapel proved to be one of the most outstanding events of the church year, with more than 60 members of the church school, tlicir parents and friends attending. Following dinner, nt 6:30 Vclock, Jtov. Mr. Howell gave the iddrcss of welcome. Highlight of the program was a mppct show, given under the di- cction of Miss Edna Till and Mrs. 'enneth Wilson. Many interesting hobbies were ixhibited, and prizes were awarded Miss Anita Morford, Edward Baumgardt, "Jackie" Eaird, Robrt Dcaney and James Morford.' ST. MARY'S Colt's Neck Rev. Joseph Brzozowskl will be u charge of the special' mass foi' :he Holy N»mo society Sunday at 3:30 a. m. Following mass tlife anual Communinn brnaltfflst. will b» held at the American hotel, Freuliold.'. Other masses will be held at the 10:30 a. m., and a speis!l mass Wednesday, May 11, at 1 a. ni. Sunday-school meets at- 0:30 a. m. Weekly day school is heid Tuesdays at 2 p. ra. KliFOUMKD Colt's Neck F. Howard Lloyd will deliver the sermon at the 11 a. m. service Sunday. Sunday-school meets at 9.45 a. m. Youth Fellowship will hold a discussion and prayer meeting at the church Sunday at 7:30 p. m. Mary VanMalden will lead the discussion period. OLD BRICK REFORMED Marlboro Rev. E..Bert Bonte will be In charge of the service nt 10: m. at tiie church Sunday. Sundayschool will meet at the village chapel at Marlboro, at 9:30 a. m. The Ladies' Aid society will meet Tuesday ut the home of Mrs. E. K. Whitson at Freehold. Mrs. Thurslon Whitson is in charge of the program., 1, 2,100 View Operetta Al Catholic High "Mademoiselle Modiste," Victor Herbert opcictta which wns presented by the student body of Red Bank Catholic high Rchoail Thursday, Friday ami Saturday, was viewed by an audience of 2,400. Patricia PoHinond of Rumson -pluycd tin; feminine lead rolo and Paul' Colcmiin of-long Branch, the miilo lead, Both : were generously applauded for tfialr. efforts as also were Michael BuclUeyln the role of tile count and "Skip" Cioffi as the rich American., i IllHTHDAY I'ARTV Miss Gertrude Liiulad Wagner, dnukiilur of Mr..nnd Mrs. COOI-RD N. W-iKHei- of Country Club estates,. Allddletown tuwnshlp, observed hue 17th birthday l«nt Thursday at a family dinner party til the home of her parbnta, Otliun present wore Mr, and Mra, James 'Goodsuced, Mr, und Mrs, Russell MuCunnell, Mr. nnd Mm, Kurt von- Haspcu, Mlsn Isabella vonhaspei'k and lliujh MacD, Block. Sunday Dr. nnd Mrs, Wagner entertained!m\ 13r, and Mrs, Fredcrick WiiKticr anil'sun "Klckcy" ol BeJford Mr. and Mrs. John Roslmowicz of Ruilroad ave., are the parents of a son, born Wednesday 0/ last week. Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Heyer of Milltown, were Sunday guects of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Geiger. Mrs. Dirk Hoffman entertained members of the executive committee of the Bclford P.T.A. Monday evening. Present were Mrs. Wallace Miller, Mrs. William Harriett, Mrs. Norman Sickles, Mrs. William Meyer, Mrs. Luther Walling, Mrs. Robert Murphy and Mrs. Charlej Burcn. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schneider of Bloomtield, spent Sunday with Mr, and Mrs. Alfred Conzen. Mrs. Mary Haven of Brooklyn, who spent nine weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kirwin, returned home Saturday. Mr. end Mrs. Elliott Plebeau of Leonardvillc rd., celebrated their 16th wedding anniversary Sunday afternoon with a dinner party for friends. John Johnson of Campbell ave., entertained his mother, who livel in Maine, for several weeks. Miss Joan Parleman celebrated her 17th birthday laat week with a I party, Those attending were MU*en I Dolores Winegar, Margaret McKay, I Louise Minor, Mary Wolfe, Marylu j Richmond, Beatrice Parleman, Mrs. I William Sceley, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Soholz, James Schotz, Raymond Papa, Vincent Collins, Leslie Barleman, Jr., John Quackenbush and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Parleman, Mr. and Mrs. Serge Lahkovsky of New York city, spent the weekend with Mrs. Bertha Brouwcr. Mr. and Mrs. John Euler spent Friday visiting relatives and friends in Brooklyn, Mr. and Mrs. Harold' Nolan of Bayside Heights, are the parents of a son, born Sunday at Riverview hospital.' Mr, and Mrs. Daniel Finnegan of Dover, Del;, spent the week-end visiting friends and relatives in town. Mr. and Mrs. Frank VanNortwick and' children and Mr. and Mrs. John Broander attended the ciicus in New York Friday. Mrs. Samuel Davis of Bridgcton, spent last week with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jones and family. Mr, and Mrs. Irving Drake celebrated their 27th wedding anniversary and John Eulcr celebrated his birthday Friday evening with a party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Euler. Friends and relatives of both celebrants were present. The Brownies met Monday afternoon and worked on gifts for Mother's day. Mr. and Mra. Joseph Ibanec of New York, were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Bennett. Mr. and Mrs, John Werner and daughter spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. K. Norton of Kearny. Thomas Finnegan, student at Villanova college and Joseph Finnegan of Norfolk, Va., spent the week-end with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Craig Finnegan, Patricia Plebeau- celebrated her ninth birthday Tuesday of last week with a lawn party. Twentytwo members of Brownie troop 14 from Leonardo attended. Miss Mary Wolfe of Atlantic Highlands was guest of honor last week at a surprise bridal shower given at the home of Mrs. Leslie Parleman. Guests present were Mrs. William Seeley, Miss DeLores Winncgar, Mrs. Charles Scholz, Mra. Lelani Richmond, Mr«. Ann Wolfe, Mrs. George Paxton, Mrs. Craig Finnegan, Mrs, Robert Crane, Mra. Gertrude Rawley, Mrs. Gertrude Richmond, Mrs. Charles Hubbs, Mrs. Melvln Leek, Mrs. David Schnoor, Mrs. May Wolfe, Mrs. Margaret Reilly, Mrs. Vernon Paulson, Mrs. Layton Webster, Mrs. Melvin Uhlmcyer, Mrs. Donald Moore, Miss Alice Ackley, Mrz. Cedric Henry, Jr., Mrs. Hazel Col Iins, Mrs. Joan Collins, Mrs. John Baldl and daughter, Joann, Mrs. Ann Morris, Miss Beatrice Parle man, Miss Marylu Richmond, Miss Vernice Rowley, Miss Emma Ash, Miss Eileen Hanvey and Miss Joan Parleman. Miss Wolfe will he married in June, to Vincent Collins of Belford. Barry Brouwer, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. John Brouwer, was christened at St. Mary's church, New Monmouth, by Rev. Robert Bui' man. After the christening, Barry's grandmother entertained at dinner. Guests were the baby'l IN YOIE EFFOBT to realise your ideas in order to make your life easier and safer or in business difficulties, consult J. HELLER, Member of the Hew York Bar of many years' standing, Conferences by pfelatmcat ealf. Call R. B t PETERS PLACE, BKD BANK, W. i. SPRING FLOOR CLEANING? DONT FORGET ARTHUR WAXING CALL RUSSELL R. B W. Sunset Avc. t Red Bank, N. J. SPECIAL! 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38 BED BANK BEGISTEB, MAY 5, 194$ BAPTIST Red Bank Jtev. W. Clinton Powers will speak Bunday at the 11 o'clock service en the topic, "A Mother's Dream," A bouquet will be presented to the oldest mother attending the morning worship. Two bouquets, one honoring the living mothers and the other in memory of the mother* who have died, will be placed in the church by members of Mary Mount chapter, Woman's Missionary society. Mrs. Donald Crawford and Eugene Mngee will render the duet, "Love Di- vine," by Stainer, and the choir will sing the anthem, "Mother-Love Abideth." The organ prelude will be "Caprice Poetique," by Ditfgle. Church school will meet at 9:45 a. m. and the senior youth fellowship at 7 p. m. Flowers in the church Sunday were given in memory of Eugene Magee, Sr., by his family. The women of the church are invited to attend a covered dish luncheon tomorrow in observance of May Fellowship day and under sponsorship of the Red Bank Council of Church Women. The Philathea society will hold a rummage sale Saturday in the garage on Earl 8t.. opposite Union nre house. Mrs. Augustus Layton is chairman. Mrs. Alonio Curchin, Jr. find '.icr committee will serve refreshments at "open house" at the church Saturday night. Junior Mary Mount chapter, W. M.S., will meet Monday night at the home of Mrs. George Morford, Oak Mill rd. A group from this church will attend a foreign missions rally Tuesday night at Madison Square Garden, New York city. A choir of 1,000 voices will sing and a Salvation Army band will give a concert. Congressman Walter Judd will be IK ot the epeakers. The teachers' planning conference will meet Tuesday evening at the home of Miss Dorothy Brown, Wallace st, The annual church business meeting will follow a baked ham supper Wednesday evening at the church. Rev. and Mrs. Gordon Gilbert, missionaries recently returned from China, will give some of their experiences and show colored pictures of their work. The board of deacons will meet next Thursday night. PBE8B1TERIAN Red Bank Rev. Charles S. Webster will preach at the 11 o'clock service Mother's day on "Behold, Thy Mother.' 1 The quartet will ging "King All Glorious," Mrs. Thomas McClintock will render "For My Mother" and the junior choir will be "heard in "The Voice of Jesus." Church school will meet at 9:45 a- m, and the young people's Bible elass at 10, The young people's society will meet at 6 p. m. Miss Joyce Scott will lead a discussion on "Arc You a Catholic?" A recreational program is being planned for the youth of the church. To that end the church it desirous of procuring a ping-pong table, a volley ball and net, a badminton set and lawn croquet set. Anyone having this equipment which they do not need ara requested to notify the minister. A meeting of the restoration fund committee will be held Wednesday night in the pastor's study. The weekly meeting of the Girl Scouts will be held next Thursday at 3.30 p. n. In the parish house under leadership of Mrs. Elston F- Combs. The Boy Scouts will meet at 7:10 o'clock that evening with their leader, Mahlon A. Grimes. BEFQRMKD Middletown. Rev. Donald Ross MacNeill will be In charge ot Sunday's services. St (targe's by the River Waterman Ave., one block. south of Rumion Bd., Bumson. (Take Sea Bright Bui) The Rev. George A. Robertshaw Sunday tjiooa. m. Holy Communion tiw a. m. Church 8chool 11i00a. m. Morning Service and Sermon Men and Boys' Choir of 40.. If you wish to attend a service' of unusual music and inspiring worship, this church welcomes you. Spiritual Science Church el B.lford. N. J. Cor. Main * Willing Sts., 2 BlocM South of Highway 36 IUV. Myrtle A. Ptnkner. Putai Spiritual and Healing Meeting*, with Mettagee Tuesdays at a r>. M. and 8 P. M. ' Keamburg S-07S3-M Brack ef Mother Church, Inc., N.w York He will have ai his guest, J. Harry Hall of the New Brunswick trminary, who will bring the messape at the 11 o'clock service. The choir will render special music. Church school is at 9:45 a. m. and the nursery for pre-school age children is held during the church service from 11 to noon. There will be a food sale tomorrow from 2 to 4 p. m. at the church rooms. Ladies' Aid society will meet Tuesday afternoon at the church. The fellowship club will meet Tuesday evening and hold an election of officer*. A spring supper is being plnnned for June and the missionary society has set Tuesday, May 17, for a tea. METHODIST Red Bank Mother's day will be observed at the Sunday morning worship at which both choirs will take pait in the processional hymn and anthems. The junior choir will sing under direction of Miss Emma Jane Lafetra the anthem, "Jesus, Blest Redeemer," Grieg. The senior choir will render the offertory-anthem,-"the Heavens arc Telling," Beethoven. The organ prelude will be "Adagio," Guilmant, and the postludc, "The Heavens Declare the Glory of God, 1 ' Marcello. The sermon theme of the pastor, Rev. Roger J. Squire, will be -'My Soul Magnifies the Lord." Souvenir lithographed bulletins will be presented by Mrs. Hazol Kremer as a memorial to her mother, Mrs. William H. Sutphin. Altar (lowers will be the gift of Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Dennis in remembrance of their daughter, Helen D. McClees, and of Mrs, Harold Stout and family In memory of Harold Stout. Tlte training school for Daily Vacation church school workers will be held Monday at 7:30 p. :n. The official board will meet Tuesday night with the minister presiding. The Thimble club meeting will be held Wednesday at the home of Mrs. C. V. Bennett, 72 Wallace st., with Mrs. Stephen H. LeQuler and Mrs. Vcrnon Rose assisting, Alpha Kappa Pi class meets next Thursday at 8 p. m. In the fireplace room. The pastor will bring the closing address at the Area Young Adult assembly to be held Sunday afternoon at the Asbury Park Y.M.C.A. Ho will address the American Association of University Women next Wednesday when the members have their study group. "Ethical Sense in Children" will be his topic. FIRST CHU,RCH OF CHBIST, SCIENTIST Red Bank Services in Flr?t Church uf Christ, Scientist, 309 Broad St., are held Sundays at 11 a. m. and Wednesdays at 8:15 p. m. Sundayschool meets at 11,a. m. "Adam and Fallen Man" is the subject for Sunday, May 8. Golden Text: "As in Adam all die, even so in Christ shall all be made alive." (I Cor. 15:22) Sermon: Passages from the King James version of the Bible include: "Stand fast therefore in the liberty wherewith Christ hath madu us free, and be not entangled again with the yoke of bondage." (Gal. 5:1.) Correlative passages from "Science and Health With Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy include; "Through discernment of the spiritual opposite of materiality, even the way through Christ, Truth, man will reopen with the key of divine Science the gates of Paradise which human beliefs have closed, and will find himself unfallcn, upright, pure and free, not needing to consult almanacs for the probabilities either of his life or of the weather, not needing to study brainology to learn howmuch of a man he is" (p. 171). METHODIST Fair Haven At the Sunday morning service, at 11 o'clock, Rev. John B. Kirby, Jr. will deliver a sermon on "Tiie World Has a Son." Mothers from the Woman's Society of Christian Service will act as ushers and will also participate in the leadership of the service, Including the offering of the morning prayer and the reading of the Scripture lesson. After the service, they will present a flowering plant to each mother present, and will deliver flowering iplants to mothers who were aot able to attend the service, Alma Baker, church organist, will play "Prelude," by Blrkholz, and, for the offertory, "Poem," by Demorest. The youth choir will sing, "Come to the Savior, Children All, and the senior choir will sing, "Star of a Mother's Love." As a special Mother's day number, Mury P. Cupples will eiag the solo, "Jf You Had All the World and Its Gold," by Piantadosi. Children are invited to attend the service with their parents, and a story-sermon entitled, "Honor Thy Mother," will be addressed to them. A nursery for. the younger children will be in operation during the major portion of the morning worship hour. Church school.will meet at 9:45 DISTINCTIVE ARTCRAFT MEMORIALS Perfection of Material and Workmanship in Beautiful New Detigm Our memorials are manufactured bjr killed artisans in our well equipped plant at West Long ranch. LONG BRANCH MONUMENT CO., Inc. Wall Si. Tel. L. II West Long Brunch SEND FOR ILLUSTHATED CATALOGUE a. m., and teachers will arrive at 9:30 for staff devotions. All evening service will be' held at 7:30 p. m. An invitation to viait the church school is extended to parent*, and a special program has been planned by the children in observance of the day. A spaghetti supper, sponsored by the Men's Brotherhood of the church, will be held at the church Wednesday evening. May 11, with servings at o'clock and 7 o'clock. The chef will be "Tony the Barber." EMMANUKI/BAFTIST An Independent Baptist Fellowship Atlantic Highlands Rev. Howard M. Ervin will preach Bunday at 11 o'clock on the topic, "Honor Thy rather and Thy Mother." A women's seit«t comprising Mrs. Arthur Duble, Mrs. Frank M. Bell, Miss Hilda Goodman, Mrs. Albert Johnson, Miss Edith M. Lufburrow and Miss Elsie Stout will render the selection, "I Want to Be Close to Jeauf." Church school meets at 10 a. m. The teachers and officer* will hold a business session tomorow night at the home of Col-win K. Lenson, Hooper ave. Youth fellowship under leadership of MUs Elsie Stout, will meet at 7 p. m. and the adults meet at the same hour. The pastor wil speak at the I p. m. service on "The Radiant Fellowship." Mrs. Dora Sorby and Miss Norma Buchhop will render "I Will Understand," and a trio consisting of Miss Siuanne Stout, Miss Betty Leonard and Miss Mary Ann Green will sing "Sweet Hour of Prayer." The Royal Ambassadors will meet Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. Joseph K'.aus, Center ave., Leonardo, BAPTIST New Monmouth A guest preacher will occupy the pulpit at the 10:50 a. m. and 7:45 p. m. services. Sunday-school meets at MS o'clock, with classes for all ages. The Men's club will m«et tomorrow night at the church. All the men of the church are invited. Mary Elizabeth Sutphin guild will hold its monthly meeting Tuesday. There will be a mother and daughter supper at 7 o'clock at the church. Ross N. Beam will load the prayer meeting Wednesday nifht. The Young People'* Christian association meets ings. Thursday even- The monthly session of the trustees will be held Friday, Hay It, at the church. The guest preacher Sunday, Kay 15, will be Rev. William E. Bisgrove, pastor of Falrvlew Community Baptist church, Camden, who has been recommended by a unanimous vote of the pulpit committee as a candidate for the pastorate of this church. The Middletown township fire department will attend a memorial service in this church Sunday night, May 29. The preacher will be Rev. William Calvin Colby, pastor of Rumson Presbyterian church. BAPTIST Leonardo A special Mother's day service will be conducted by the church women Sunday at 11 o'clock. Rev. John E. Johnson, pastor, will speak at the 8 p. m. service on the theme, "Mother, God's Good Gift to tht World." Church school begins at -9:45 a. m. The youth choir rehearsal is at 2:30 p. m. Junior youth fellowship meets at 5 p. m., and the senior group at 7 o'clock. rbksbyterian Shrewsbury Theodore B. Franklin, student pastor, will speak Sunday at the 11 o'clock service on "Being Member of the Household of Faith." Sunday school meets at MS a. m. The trustees of the church will meet Monday at 7:30 p. m. in the Sunday-school rooms. METHODIST Sea Bright Mrs. Elisabeth Cloughly, oldest member of the official board, will preside at a Mother's day service to be held Sunday at 10:45 a. a. Mrs. Henry Strack will be. the speaker, and the choir, directed by Mrs. Eleanor Undsay, will render an appropriate anthem. Sunday' school meets at 9:30 o'clock. BMBVBiTilETHODIST Little Silver Mother's day will be observed Sunday. Dr. DeMarii, pastor, will be assisted by the women of the church. He will speak on "Motherhood At the Cross." Sunday-school will meet at 10 o'clock under directloa of Meet Wilson, superintendent. The Crusaders meet Saturday mornings at 10 o'clock at the parsonage. ALL SAINTS MEMOMAL Navesink Sunday's services include Holy Communion at 8:30 a. m., church school 9:30; children's service at 10 and morning prayer at 11 o'clock, with sermon by the rector, Rev. Charles P. Johnson. METHODIST Navesink Flowers will be ( presented to the oldest and youngest mothers present at the 7 o'clock Sunday even- Ing Mother's day service. Rev. Roy E. Williams wil preach on 'The Heart of the Family." Harry Hallgrins; will sing a Mother's day solo and the choir, with Mrs. Hallgring as accompanist, will sing "Mother's Prayers." The official board will meet on Mondey at 5 p. m. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Holmes Crawford. A cake sale will be held Saturday morning at 10 o'clock by the choir on the porch «f Mrs. Watt's home, Monmouth ave, METHODIST Atlantic Highlands The Mother's day observance will take place at the 11:15 o'clock Sunday morning service. The oldest and young mothers present will receive gifts of flowiri. "Love At Work" will be Rev. Roy E. Williams' sermon topic. The pastor will preach at the 8 p. m. service on "An Ancient Controversy." TBINITY EPISCOPAL Red Bank Rev. Robert H. Anderson, Jr., rector, announces the following services for Sunday: Holy Communion at 8 a. m., church school at 8:30, morning prayer with sermon at 11 o'clock' The executive council of the Woman's guild will meet Tuesday at 10 a. m. in the parish house. There will be a celebration of the Holy Communion with special intercession Friday at 10 a. m. PRESBYTERIAN Atlantic Highlands Rev. Elmer T. Schlck will preach Sunday at the It a. m. service on Riipath, the Devoted Mother." 1 A Mother's day tea for the women and their friends will be held at 3:80 p. m. The senior young people's society will meet at 7 p. m. and the evening worship is at 8 o'clock at which the sermon topic will be "Home, Sweet Home." A roast beef supper, sponsored by the Ladies' Aid society and the Men's brotherhood, will be held on I Wednesday from 6 to 8 p. m. The The annual church night will be -monthly session of the brotherhood observed tomorrow beginning at 8:30 p. m. with a covered-dish supper in the church basement. Rev. Raymond Schaefer, a former missionary in Ipln, Suifu, will be the speaker. The deacons will meet Tuesday night at the home ol William Oleudining. A service of prayer and Bible study will be held Wednesday at 8 p. m., followed by the monthly session of the trustees. The Ladies' Aid society will meet next Thursday at 2 p. m. at the home of Miss Lillian Lsrsen, Center and Thompson aves., Leonardo. PENTECOSTAL Union Beach Rev. Herbert G. Wood will speak on "Living Epistles" at the 11 o'clock service Sunday morning. Sunday-school meets at 10 a. m. An evangelistic service will be held at 8 p. m. A service for prayer and Bible study U held Wednesday nights. CENTRAL BAPTIST Atlantic Highlands Rev. J. F. Honesco of Metuchen will preach Sunday at the 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. service. Church school meets at 10 o'clock and youth fellowship at 7 p. m. World Wide guild will meet next Tuesday at the home of Mtsits Ann and Marion Maxson. The young people will conduct the, mid-week prayer fellowship Wednesday night. A luncheon will be held next Thursday at 1 o'clock by the Ladles' Aid society in the church. ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL Keansburg Church school meets Bunday tt 9:30 a. m., and morning prayer is at ll o'clock. A special evensong service will be hild at 5:80 o'clock. A group from the General Theological seminary will sins; the service consisting of prayers, Psalms, Canticals, Plain song and an Easter carol. A buffet supper will be served In the rectory after the service, CHURCH OF CHRIST Eatontown A group of non-denominational Christians meets Sundays at 10 a. m. for Bible classes and at 11 o'clock for worship 'n the Church of ihc Second Auvcnt building. Arthur MoDdy, New York city, will be the speaker Sunday. Everyone is welcome. will be held Friday night. METHODIST.Belford "Holiday of the Heart" will be the theme of the sermon by Rev. Paul J. Myers at a Mother's' day service at 10:45 a. m. The mothers of the church, under leadership of Mrs. Pearl White, will take part in the service. Corsages will be presented to the oldest and youngest mothers attending' The pastor's sermon topic for the 7:45 p. m. service will be "God's Helpmate, the Step-Mother." The fourth quarterly conference will be held Monday at 8 p. m. Rev. Herbert J. Smith will preside. METHODIST Highlands The Woman's Society of Christian Service will be In charge of the 11 o'clock Sunday morning service. Mrs. Lottie Fahrer, president, will lead the service arid Mri. Miriam Coffee will bring the message. The evening worship is at 7:30 o'clock, with the fellowship circle, of which Mrs. Vivian Sanborn is president, In charge. CHAPEL OF HOLY COMMUNION Fair Haven Rev. Christopher H. Snyder will speak on "The Honing Instinct" at the 11 o'clock service Mother's day. Organ selection by Miss Mabel Hendrlckson will include the prelude, "Meditation" and the postlude, "Peace." BAYSHOBV COMMUNITY East Keansburg. Rev. John p. Euler will preach Bundty at the 11 o'clock service on "Power For Service.". A motl6n picture show for the benefit of the building fund will be held tonight at 7:43 o'clock at the But Keansburg fire house. Deaths In Red Bank and Vicinity JOH.N A. VABELL John A. Varcll, 88, a resident of Port Monmouth and Belford 75 years, and a retired fisherman, died Sunday after two weeks' illness. He lived on Route 36, Belford. He was born in Italy and came to the United States when he was sis years old. Mr. Varell retired from the fishing business eight years ago. He was a member of the Odd Fellows lodge of Atlantic Highlands. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. William Werner, Jr., of Belford, and a grandson. The funeral was held yesterday afternoon at the Scott funeral home, and burial was in Fair View cemetery. MBS. FBANCES A. GANNVCCI Mrs. Frances A. Gannuccl, S3, of Clinton ave., Belford, died Thursday at Monmouth Memorial hospital. She was born at Newark, daughter of Henry and Rose Zlerkelbach Seellnger of Port Monmouth. Besides her parents Mrs. Gennuccl is survived by her husband, Michael Gannucci, and a sister, Miss Mildred Seellnger of Port Monmouth. The funaial was hejd Monday morning at St. Mary's church, New Monmouth, where a requiem high mass was offered by Rev. Robert T. Bulman. Burial was In Holy Cross cemetery, North Arlington, under direction of the Scott funeral home. MBS. LOUISA" HAOENLOCHEB Mrs. Louisa.'Hagenlocher, 76, a resident of Keansburg 20 years, died last Friday. Surviving are two sons, Gustav Hagenlocher of Newark and Charles Hagenlocher of Keansburg; a daughter, Mrs. Emma Ehlinger of Newark; four grandchildren and si» great-grandchildren. The funeral was held Monday afternoon at the John J. Ryan funeral home, with Rev. Sanford M. Haney, pastor ot Keansburg Methodist church, officiating. Burial waa in Fall-mount cemetery. MBS. MABY ELIZABETH CABB Mrs. Mary Elisabeth Carr, 42, of Carr ave.. Keanaburg, wife of Walter Carr, died last Thursday at Hazard hospital. Besides her husband, Mrs. Carr it survived by a daughter, Arlene Carr, living at home; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge Wallace, Sr., of Keansburg; two brothers, George and Harold Wallace, and two sisters, Mrs. Catherine Wood and Mrs. Jonn, Connor, all of Keansburg. A high i-equiem mass was offered by Rev. John L. Callahan at St. Ann's church Monday morn- Ing. Burial was in Mt. Olivet cemetery, under direction ol the John J. Ryan funeral home. MRS. MARGARET T. COOKE "Mrs. Margaret T. Cooke, 55, wife of Richard K. Cooke of White rd., Little Silver, died Saturday afternoon at Monmouth Memorial hospital after a short illness. Mrs. Cooke was born in New York city, a daughter of the late Charles N. and Harriet G. Talbot, and had been a resident of Little Silver 17 years. Besides her husband, she is survived by a sister, Mrs. Charlotte Una of Sharon, Conn., and a brother, Arthur Talbot of New York city. The funeral will be held this afternoon at All Angels Episcopal church, New York city. Burial will be in Kensico cemetery, Valhalla, N. Y., under direction of the Worden funeral home. WALLACE B. BANKIN Wallace B. Rankin, 70, of 539 River rd., Fair Haven, died Monday morning at Monmouth Memorial hospital, following an operation. He had been a patient at the hospital three weeks. He was born in New York city, a son of the 1 late Peter and Frances B. Rankin, and had lived at Fair Haven many years. Mr. Rankin was a member of the Red Bank Reformed church. He was past master of Mystic Brotherhood lodge 31, F. * A. M., Red Bank, and a member Salaam temple, Order of the Mystic Shrine. Newark. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Rachel Osborn Rankin; a daughter, Mrs. Charles Briggs, Jr., Knollwood, Fair Haven; three grandsons, David, Eric and Jonathan Briggs, and a sister, Mrs. George W. Chandler of Red Bank. The funeral was held Tuesday night at the Mount Memorial home, West Front st., Rev. John G. Gebhard, Reformed church pastor, officiating. Interment was made yesterday morning in Fair View cemetery. MBS. HABBIET'V. BUTCHER Mrs. Harriet V. Butcher, 72, of 34 Drumond pi, widow of Harry D. Butcher, died Sunday night. She was a daughter of the late John H. and Elisabeth Conover Van- Scholck. Mrs. Butcher was a member of the Red Bank Baptist church 'and a member of the Philathea society. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Everett Brower, with whom she lived; a son, James H. Butcher of Farmlngdale; four brothers, Everett, Howard and Charles Van- Scholck 'of Farmlngdale and Walter VanSchoIck of Man'asquan; three grandchildren, and a sister, Mrs. Bessie VanBenthuysen of Farmingdale. The funeral will be held this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the late residence with Rev. W. Clinton MONMOUTH MONUMENT COMPANY Headden's Corner, Middletown, Route 35 L. H. Francis, Manager. Formerly with Francis O, Squires, Freehold PHONE RED BANK NIGHTS: POINT PLEASANT Powers, pastor of the Baptist church, officiating. Burial will be in Fair View cemetery, under direction of the C.H.T. Clayton funeral home, Adclphia. MBS. FRANCES GIMBBOVE Mrs, Frances Gimbrone, 34, of 255 Pearl st., wife of Rudolph Gimbrone, died Sunday morning at Riv. erview hospital. A life-long resident of Red Bank, she was a daughter of Mrs. Anna Lucia of Red Bank and the late Napoleon Lucia. Besides her mother and husband, Mrs. Gimbrone is survived by three daughters, Mary, Frances and Nancy Gimbrone; a son, Rudolph Gimbrone, all living at home; three brothers, Lester Lucia of Red Bank; William Lucia of Fair Haven and Joseph Lucia of San Antonio, Tex., and seven sisters, Mrs. William Marcelli, Mrs. Ralph Riordan, Mrs. George Buckalew and Mrs. Benjamin Palandrano, all of Red Bank, Mrs. Samuel Citarelia of Riverside Heights, Mrs. Charles Carbone of Little Silver and Mrs. Frank Stanzlola of Elisabeth. The funeral was held yesterday morning at St. Anthony's church, where a high requiem mass was offered by Mtgr. Salvatore DILorenzo. Rev. George M. Albano recited the rosary Tuesday evening at the Day funeral home. Burial was in Mt. Olivet cemetery. Bearers were Joseph Scala, M. T. De- Fazio, John and Samuel Mazza, Peter Grillo and Lester Carbone. MISS T. MABIE ANDRE The funeral of Miss Teresa Marie Andre, 19, of 14 Maplewood ave., Rumson, who died Apr. 27, was held Saturday morning at Holy Cross church, Rumson, where a requiem mass waa offered by Rev. Joseph A. Sullivan. Burial was in Mt. Olivet cemetery, under direction of the Worden funeral home. Rev. Michael J. Clark, assistant curate at Holy Cross church, gave benediction at the grave and recited the Rosary Friday night at the funeral home, Bearers were John McGovcrn, Edward Andre, Walter Neuhauser and Frank Andre. Miss Andre Is survived by her mother, Mrs. Teresa McGovern Andre; a sister, Miss Dorothy Madelyn Andre, and a brother, Frederick J. Andre, all living at home. MISS LOIS MAY Miss LOIB May, 44, who had lived for the past ten months with her sister, Mrs. Joseph T. Collins of Fort Monmouth, died Saturday afternoon at Monmouth Memorial hospital, where she had been a patient three weeks. Miss May was born at Horse Cavcj Ky., daughter of Mrs. Clara Mumford May and the late Pasey May. She was employed as a typist at the fort. Besides her mother and sister, MUs May is survived by a brother, William H. May of Miami, Fla. The funeral was held this morning at Louisville, Ky. Local arrangements were in charge of the Worden funeral home, MBS. MARGARET E. SCHULTZ Mrs. Margaret E. Schultz, 56, of West Highland ave., Atlantic Highlands, a resident of that borough! 30 years, died Saturday after a long illness. She was a member of the Altar and Rosary society of St. Agnes church. She is survived by her husband, Bernard Schultz, and a brother, Gabriel Hannan of Staten Island. The funeral was held Tuesday morning at St. Agnes church, where a high requiem mass was offered by Rev. John P. McKeon, Burial was in Mt. Olivet cemetery, under direction of the Martin funeral home, WALTER W. BLAIR Walter W. Blair, 82, of Bound Brook, a.former resident of Hazlet, died Saturday at Monmouth' Memorial hospital, He WAS a retired carpenter and was a son of the late William and Sarah Blair. The funeral was held yesterday afternoon at the Bedle funeral home and burial was in Holmdel cemetery. P.T.A. BENEFIT. The Oceanport Parent-Teacher association will hold a card party and fashlon show at the Oceanport grammar school tomorrow night. Clothes will be shown by Town and Country shop of Red Bank with P.T.A. members, as models. Benefit chairmen are'mrs. Philip Iselin and Mrs. Robert Weiss. MONUMENTS Your Exprenion of True Remembrance No other act of a normal man's life gives htm more complete soul satisfaction than the building of a Memorial to his loved. ones who have gone on. Our select Barre Memorials bear the Guild mark of approval, your guarantee of a finer Memorial at no extra cost. Visit our showroom and see our displays of these certified memorials. JOHN VAN KIRK N»l Is Ml. Ollvtt Cemtttrr Phone Red Bank R.F.D. Box 108 Red Bank Church Newt KFFOBMED Bed Bank "Love's Pure Flams" will be the theme of Rev. John G. Gebhard's sermon for Mother's day at tbe 10:45 a. m, service. Miss Barbara Addis, organist, will play the pre lude, "The Old Refrain" and postlude, "All Depends Upon God's Blessing." A meeting of the consistory will be held tonight at the church. The Woman's Missionary society will meet Monday night at the home of Mrs. Rose Predmore. Youth fellowship will meet Tues day at 7:30 p. m. at tbe person- SPIRITUALIST CHAPEL OF PSYCHIC SCIENCE Sea Bright Services are as follows: Thursday, 2 p. m. and 7:80 p. m., healing and messages; Sunday, 8 p. m., Mother's day flower message service. Kev. P. S. Forsman and Rev. M. G. Storer are pastors- ST. GEORGE'S Rumson Sunday's services include Holy Communion at 8 a. m., church school at 9:30, morning prayer and sermon by the rector at 11 o'clock. Meeting during the week are confirmation class instruction Monday at 3:40 p. m.; Girl Scouts Tuesday at 4 o'clpck and Brownies Wednesday at the same hour. PRESBYTERIAN Eatontown Rev. Harvey L. Wyatt, Neptune, wil preach Sunday morning and evening. The Lost and Found fellowship meets at 6:30 p. m., with Van Dangler in charge. Belford Mr. and Mr*. Raymond Kelly of Main st., arc parents of a daughter, born Friday at Monmouth Memorial hospital. Mr. And Mrs. Claude Smith of Church st., are parents of a son, born Sunday at Hazard hospital. Ululating Dogs May Be Costly Owners of ululating dogs In Shrewsbury may find themselves faced with lines up to $100, It was disclosed Tuesday night at a meeting of that borough's mayor and council. Without bothering to refer to your Webster's International, "ululating" is simply high-priced talk for "howling." Mayor Alfred N. Beadleston made the announcement in answer to Police Chief Otto Herden's suggestion that the dog ordinance be amended to pro bibtt dogs from running at large. Explaining that the present ordinance "is perfectly good," the mayor said that inserting a "running at large" clause would be fruitless since It would be unenforceable. Owners of dogs creating nuisances, such as howling or ruining shrubbery, may be punished, the mayor asserted. All that' is necessary is that complaints be signed against offending owners. Let's hope Rover understands the meaning of "ululate." ONLY COLD STORAGE VAULTS for run «nd Winter Garment* at LEON'S CALL R.. 6-2S00 ONDED ROUTCMEN LEON'S «4-7l White St. R. B. S-2M0 A Grand Opportunity There are a few people who are just naturally inclined to accept thing* with little or no expressed emotions, and as a consequence mothers are very often slighted. This Mother's Day, take time to honor your mother. FUNERAL'HOME 60 E.FRONT ST..RED BANK N.J. ^ _ PHONE RED BANK (Tver Jkirlijf T/ears of Dependable. Economical Service * SERVING THE ENTIRE COUNTRY AS ONE 116 COMMUNITY When notified ef death In d»m» e»y we fete ImmeJiste dwroe tiwouah our membersmp In.he ASSOCIATED FUNERAL DIRECTORS SERVICE. Our sfftstiofi *Hh membeii ef ttm profeuionel snocistion enables us H strvs the entire attic* si One Big Community. Ettattttied mederste feet prefect the fsmily fineness. Die contributory tervkei of competent, depsnasble funerst director! throughout the sentry mete for efficiency, economy snd the ftmih/s psece ef mini Smfctmrjwftmtf eskvlns NATION-WIN. John E. Day Funeral Home 85 Riverside Ave. Phone 64)332 Red Bank Keyport Braaeb-Ml Maple PL Telephone 7-MSS Won-Sectarian Lady Attendant H. 1. SCOTT MORTICIAN Church Street, Belford, N. J. 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39 Full Program of Tall Cedars of Bay View Forest. Diatrict Ceremonial Tonight at River St. School Auditorium Bay View Forest No. IS, Tsll Cc- srs of Uabsnon, held their annual spring dance st the Molly Pitcher hotel Saturday night. Bobby Wilson's erehestra furnished the music and a professional floor Show wi! presented. Tonight st 8 o'clock a district ceremonial will be held st the River at. school in. celebration of the 40th anniversary of Bay View Forest. Asbuvy Park Forest No. 39, Long Branch Forest No. 40 and Perth Amboy Forest No. (8 will cooperate. These forests, with Bay View No. It of Red Bank, eompris* the fifth district. The Prologue and Royal Court degrees will be exemplified by New Brunswick Forest Mo. 12, and the aidenian degree team of Bay View Forest will trim the saplings. The Supreme Tall Cedar' Her- nan B. Willsredt, Senior Deputy Supreme Tall Cedar Arthur E. Farmer, Junior. Deputy Supreme Tall Cedar William F. Schmidt and Supreme Preceptor J. H. Bpeer, Jr., of the United States will be present, in addition to District Representstlve Louis Brodstein, Put District Representative Joseph Serplco and many past supreme forest officers. Grand Tall Cedars snd visiting delegations. At the floj«of the meeting a professional floor show will be presented. The Supreme Forest convention Will be held at Atlantic City Hay 19 to 32. A number of officers and members of Bay View Forest will attend. Wednesday, June 22, Bay View Forest VII sponsor a donkey base ball game at the Red Bank high school athletic field. Two ceremonials, a ladies' nite and election and installation of officers will complete the year's activities. The officers of Bay View Forest are: Grind Till G'edir Jamn A. Stout. Senior r>nmty Grind Till C«dtr Arthur E. Piucla. Junior Otputy Grind Till Odlr Riy Mclaughlin. Psit Grand Tall Udar, Scribe Ruistl L. Tctley. Trcnurer Glbrill Molmr. Chipialn Chtrlei Kelley. Chief Sldoniin Eirle B. Rtiuehtl. Guld» Harold Hudson. Sentintl C. H, Ottlnjrer. Aulitint Sentinel Henry Trap. ltf«n. Preceptor Clifford Sti.'ci. Hlltorlln Hirry Aumiclt. Trutttei Frank Oennii, Elmer HCMI, Suisel 1* Title;, Keantburg '** The senior youth fellowship of the Keansburg Methodist church held a recreation night Friday when the members enjoyed games and folk dancing. Refreshments were served by Dave Owen and Muriel Ackerman. A "Breakfast in Hollywood" party will be held tomorrow night, with Frank Grenger as master of ceremonies. The Open Circle fellowship of the Methodist church held a scavenger hunt at last week's meeting attended by 29 members. Much fun was created when the minis* ter snd Clarence Walling returned with a 1937 jallopy which they towed from Frank Grenger's backyard. Court St. Ann, Catholic Daughters of Americs, held its 25th anniversary dinner Tuesday night of last week at Buck Smith's tavern. Guests of honor were Rev. Edward Corrlgan and Rev. John Callahan of St. Ann's; Rev. Father Gunner of St. Catherine's, East Keansburg; Mrs. Isobel Hagan, Jersey City, organizer of Court St. Ann, and Mrs. Agnes Armstrong, South Amboy, district deputy. Eleven charter members received pins by Rev. Edward Corrigan. Mis. Agnes Thome, historian, gave a summary of the court's activities since its organization. Over 100 guests were served s turkey dinner after which there was singing and dancing. The promotion of Pvt. Edward G. O'Brien to the grade of P.F.C. -was announced recently at the headquarters of the 5711th Medical Dispensary, Albrook air force base, Panama Canal Zone. He U a son of Mr. and Mrs. William O'Brien, 20 Lincoln ct, He attended Leonardo- high school prior to enlisting in the air force In June, Mrs. Abe Wlgler, who has been suffering from rib injuries, Is doing nicely at her Beechwood ave. home. Mrs. Clinton B. Lohsen is a surcal patient at Monmouth Memorial gical patient at Monmouth Memorial hospital. Nelson Raub is recuperating at his home after being a patient five weeks at Rlverview hospital. : Mrs. John Somma spent pail of last week with friends at Newark. The Ladies' auxiliary of the West Keansburg first aid squad will sponsor a benefit game social Friday evening, May 13, at 8:15 in the West Keansburg school. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sabini of St. Mark's ave., are parents of a son, born last Thursday at Monmouth Memorial hospital. CELEBRATING BIBTHDAY Mrs, Melane Wohlschlegel, mother of the late Tony Mlnoprlo, owner of the C.B.I,, will observe h*r 70th birthday today with friends at the home of Harry Doppelt st Atlantic Highlands. There/*» wiy to assure de> lieiou j corn muffins at every baking and its turns is Flikorn. And tha reason is that Flakorn ingredient! are precision-mixed. Mo guesswork. No failure*, HMOM CORN MUsTlN MIX Labor Benefit A Big Success Deiiler TaMtmwter At Jersey City Ball John R. DcUler, Rumson, was toastmaster Friday night in Jersey City Gardens when Local 472, Heavy and General Construction Laborers of New Jersey, held Us first annual charity ball. Mr. Deialer is vice president of the local. Among ths entertainers were Bill Hoag and Bill Robinson, also of Rurnson. Frank Flaherty's two orchestras provided music for dancing and for the six-act Broadway show which featured the night's program. A crowd of 6,1)00 persons visited the Gardens. That it unquestionably was the biggest affair of its kind ever staged by organized labor in New Jersey is testified by the amtjunt of money being turned over to the fight against infantile paralysis. The Sister Kenny and March of Dimes fund will share equally in the $22,000 realized. MOTHER ".*} RED BANK REGISTER, MAY 6. FRANK B. Note First Kame LAWES 15 Newman Springs Road Coal - Virginia Lee MOTHER'S DAY Layer Cake 75c Large size, rich golden cake, filled and iced with vanilla cream, pink cocoanut sides. 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40 RED BANK REGISTER, MAY g, 19A9 WANT ADS Clauilied Advertising Katci SO Word! MINIMUM 50c Each Additional 30 wordl or fraction thereof ~ 60c. Advertisement leaded or doubla space inserted al doubit rule. tf charged, all eds are 10c additional each Insertion. Hight to classify, edit or reject any advertisement it reserved by The Register. We vill not l>e responsible for errors unless they arc detected before the second insertion. CinsElfied advertisements will he received up to 5 I 1. M. on Wednesday, elecpt real estate advirlisemcnts which mutt bo received by noon Tuesday. No cancellation! will be accepted for or change! mnde in classified ads one hour liter rereipt at office. rhonc lied Bank FOR SALE REIIUC1NG MACHINE: ittam beth ma- ( hint; also clretric reducing belt, all chrnj. Call R. B * Fiif "~s3i6l>~hgaoqu AP.TEKS t'ewde. remedies, birds and canes;fish and aquariums: fresh, frozen hone meat. Free delivcrr. Red Bank Pet Shon, I East Front street. Red It nil. Ph-M 6-43i>3. FURNACE BLOWERS. ulso lee us for oil burner motors, pump motors, etc. DJUglas Electric Co., 85 East Front trcct. Phone Red Bank _6-_*Jji. 8 J ELECnilO UOTOBS^-Now w«have plenty oj new l-«, H. P. Alto need electric motori. Douglas Electrli Co., S» East Front ttnet. Phone IVil Bank lien nann o-m-c VOU GET MOBS and par leee for your fresh ewe, broiltra. atewing chlfkena, and duckling!. Jimli John, 41 Merlon street, Red Bank. Phone_R. B^GOU:!*- HOBAItt D1IHWASHEH, model A-M-4. Good condition. Inijulre Hollo Poit Howe. Key port J^M 100 LOST AND FOUND _ T Easter week-end, in Rwl Hank or Highlands, iilatinum dlnmr rinir, fr{]uare fctlinj.', approximately 2H slonrs. J'.e-vnrd. Write, "Dlnmr Hinit," Box SI I, lied Bank.* LOST Monday, annul II A. M., (jrern walwt. in l.irjrrlt's telephone booth, Jltd Bnnk. Finder may keep money. Hcwnni olfi-icil. Call H. II. B-37S»LU. LOST Top phitl nf false teeth, nn Mil 2. between 2<M and Ml W e t Hori:cn place. Red Bank. II anyon* find", return to Community piiiir, 111 Wist ll<rgrn place. Reward. 1 FOR SALE ANTIQUES, BRIC-A-BUAC, furniture, bought and sold. Soho Home An> thjues. Georse Martin, Prop. 74 Shrew bury avenue, Bt the end of Monmouth atreet. Phone Rfrt Bnnk JVI'EWIUTEHB, n-.ldinb machines and oftiea equipment, new and uteri,, bought, sold and repaired, Scrnicn'e, 305 Mnnmouth streft. Hed Bank. VOU CAN'T GET a lietter buy on tires than et J. 11. Mount, Co. Nee/ Good* tier tires, guaranteed recap :irel. gutr* mteed used tires; pine a liberal allowinee on your tirei. J. H. Mount. Co.,.1 Maple avenue. Red Bank. Fhone _ iuaranteeu used pin gamti. Put ome Ufa la that recreation room or cellar bar room. Also used juka boxta, f 100 and up, In guarantetd condition. Call or write. Majestic Amusementa. IB. 17 West Bergen place. Red lank tzlm ttgen pli WwSN CALL US WHEN telling your antiquea, china, bric-a-brac and household trtlelts. Eea Bright Antloue * Gift Shoppe. Phone Sea Bright , or Long Branch C-4187, WE BUY AND SELL anythingl Contents of homes, stores, astates, cellars, attics, china, glassware, an. tlaues. art objects and all brice. brae. Ruscll's, 15 East Front atreet. Phone Bed Bank 4-149S. MOM-FADINU, full liber texilena teat covers 112.(5 at J. H. Mount Co., corner Maple avenue and White (trttt, Red Bank. Phone n flij* v WJUTTsPIRELUA is an individual garmtnt, styled ]uit for you, bated on tnaaiurements of our Improved ttgura. Fiti perfectly all over. Call for (rat fittings, no obligation ts buy. raoaa Katontown YOU CAN'T GET a better buy on tires than at J. 11. Mount Co. New Good- Tear tires, guaranteed recap tires, guar anteed used tires: plus a liberal allow anea on your tires. J, H. Mount Co., 11 Maple avenue. Red Bank. Phone 6 4*4 ADD THAT EXTRA roum to your bouse. No down payment, small monthly payments.. Monmoutb Construction Co., Highway 3i. at Headden't Corner. Phone Red Bank ( Free estimate. CONVERT YOUlt ATTIC or second Boor into tpirtments. Part of rent from apartment payt for the job. No down payment, seven years t-> pay. Free esti* mate. Monmoutn Construction Co.. Highway 35. at Headden'a Corner. Fbont K«J Rank PLYWOOD ii", *i". U". Garaga doors, special, (40.50; No, 1 Perfection wood shingles: doors, ovelty siding, mouldings; kilndrkd lalo, 1x12 whin pine. National Lumber Co., 145 Bolmont avenue. Long Branch. Fhone Long Uranch FAN BELTS AND PULLEYS for ninetrie motors in stock. Douglai Elcc. trie Co., 35 East Front street. Phune Red Hank U-tl 128. NOW IS THE TIME for alteration* to your house. No money down. Smal. monthly payments arranfed.. free ejatlmate. Fhone B. B. c-5oeo. Monmouth Ooostructiou Co.. Highwtf li. Headden*a Corner. urn 9 bonier. CHICKS Ha.v-old und sturtcd, 20 cent-, each or $17 ptr 100 at day old. Dis-.' brow Brothers, Wlialepond road. West Long Branch, l'honc L , r tiat'll ti'hlf iil.-l*l» ft*l... ^u!<jt >. m. I...w LfOtit? Brunch. u. *>. P--VJ», POULTRY FEED. The original and only Ma-Co, The low fiber, high pin- OUL only Ma-Co, The low fiber, high pr tein feed with high enceicy. The onl dealer in this locality, ijisbrow Broth ers, Whalepond road, West Lll Branch PhUJJI^^eSO Brot Lol Branch, rntine I., u. b--b5u BULOVA TRADE-IN salt; you old watch is north money. H. Rosin, jeweler, IS West Front street, Red Bonk. Phone H. B. 6*UO7'J-M. 1 * tstar fri r* ti "" ft. 1~~,*.-w.rI fni, I* «...L*S *,.-* f*^ JUMPER Also good for hacking for sale, or exchange for easy gointf polo pony or child's pony and cart. Cicdm&r Karms. Cnll Ent. 3-02a8-W-l. CUSTOM PLOWING DONE. Numbe one bay. We also bale hay. Call R. B R-l. SEPTIC TANKS 300-uallon and 500-gullon. Available for Immediate delivery. American Fretz* er, rlumbine a nil HeiUing Supply Co., Highway 35, ut Hea(Jden' Corner, Middle'.own. Phone R. B. 6-3S77. AUTOU BlJl-BS, bloomers, 160 lor?;. Postpaid (If ordered now.) Brilliant deep ornnke-varicifated. BeHUtiful in bouquets os flower gardens. Dufold A Trifolil Cn.. Trenton 4, N. 1. ORDEH MATERiAL~ tc> do your no«nf or siding job now. Pal as little as 15 monthly. No dowa payment. Cnll R. B. «-50«0. Monmouth Construction Co., Highway 31, at Headilc^'e^Cofne r; COMBINATION storm windows an* screens psy foe themselves in Iiial savings. Chiume from Inside nou&#. Small monthly pnyment". Monmouth Conslructlon Co., Highway.15, Headden's Cosner.P^one R.J^e^OG^'! ollcil ainclosuries gi'ne use ol porch nil winter long. No ilown pnyner.l. Small monthly payments ar«.nieiil. Cnll R. «. e-noeii. Frea eslmaus. Monmoulh ConhtrUclion Co., lliniiw'ay ",<", Hcn_dd*n's Corner. fhttiil<"11i'i'"time fs imp'ovtant. Let us npnlr y"'ir watch. H. Ro«ln, jcwclor, 13 We»t Front street, Red Bank. Phone R. H M. KTSfTTAOMlNTeHV: Tractors, BIOWI, harrows, cultipsckers, grain drills, spsajers, msntira spreaders, hydraulic loaders, lime, fertiliser lowerl, mowers, pick-up bulers, wagons, etc. Manufaclured by C»s«, Massey-Harris, Myics, Planet Jr., Dunham, Super Six, Cobey nnd new Holland. ConoVtf Bros, for better service. Fbona Hoi. «.«I21, Wick. atunk. 7\RirENfiiACTORSanupowi.rriiw7 muwcrs, lj'.«disuouiit. Speuiah fourwheel Otico "65" tractors, Ulr-cooler, six h. p., $500 delivered. I'itbruw Brothers, Whulepond loud, Wcs'. Long Brunch. Phone L. B. C-2GSU. UHG AND FEItTILIZER, i-10-5 fer tlliier t'i.ti per 100 iioundl, or 41 Iicr ton, Hydratcd lime 917 per ton or CO conti a bits; limestone S0.&0 per ton or 60 cents n him, All prices Include UllVM'y, Dishrow Brothers. Phone L. B.B USED WINDOW SAS1US nnd frames. 2> tn%y j,^ >nsnt!> ji> t«xy io"j fron floor nlid frnmt' u'xg* b" roar door 2' 6"x6' H". Above Items need sernplnk find pnlntlnk; nbout IU& siiuare fcot of I"x3l-i" lloorlnb, short pieces. Any Item R bas'gnln. Can be it-en Saturday. Phone Km,!.I1767.W. _ TOP SOIL C. 11. Wllsoii. Photic 11. b, 8-IS4C. L~A~RR"iri''AltMALL triiclor with ilo» and ciiltivalui. K'oiunny KurR'ry Co. Llll Slim. I'lniao I!. II. IS-'JUUU. iirar" rr7iti?7~ i c ; jr7itn7 lli-w, ('nst our SI.' (I; aim Spuci print niaehinr with cuunti.f. like i Ctiftt over 11,0. Until iniicliitifit Miy rrasonnbli. EKIH'I'1 itvirhnih nsslkiiml Call l,t, l>li, n,_l_l;pli. 3-llllKi, i.xi. snn 'I nnn, SIIKX TOHNI trac Comtildtc with riilliviilors, I') ir tllso nml 10-inc)i plow, Nrw.Sr.ii'.rmlirr III4K, I'rli'r 'Him, A. I'. Wlllhmn, II. I). 1, Dux»3'.i, Hill Iliinli. I'honi' K. l>. «o:iaji 7Tnui Ki^Ohditloneil, lil.liriilili'id. JoMt-pll Bcrplcu, HK1 Monlnoilth ^liret. I'hotif H, II. (i.0)s,-,. lm7a8'l'iq PAINT SI'KCIAI.I Tin~i.fs f^vc-yrhi- i,nl»iile vliiu, M.IC riirnln l^.7fii Alky fln( fiiiiiui'l rovers 'lieqtioc jsnrt wsllphprr withmil ililne, $2.f)K, roti 'ilar S,IS, lit rihriwibury svtnut, Rn iiricts FO* Inwnm6»er«. washing mschinea, power tools. Mernt Ms- hino Shop, 24 Mechanie atreet. Red ilank.,. T0Y8. DOLLf, 1OORJ. A tar far all ages,»na month U 10 raak. HOUM of Toy«, 111 Pint av«n»«. AUantie Mighlaa4a, Phoa* l-0tll, ihell-art-a Issclnatlnit and prolitable hobby for making earrings, jrooches, bracelets, etc. Assorted ihells in colors, metal pin tacks; ear screws, plastic foundations. Instruction booklets. Houia of Toys, 121 Flrat avenue, Allsnlio Highlands. Phone 1- [SI. MODEL AIBPLANEI. lolll er Irin». Model railroads. Trsine repaired. House of Toys, 131 First avenue, Atlantic Highlands, Thona A. H FURNISH THAT apartment, bun. eaiow, or summer home, and stive money b>* taking advantage of tbe wonderful values wo oftcr in new and uped furniture. We buy and sell anything. J.u»ri>'» Furniture, 23 Enst Front itrtet, Red Bnnk. Phone Open, Wednesday evenings until 8 o'clock, Frldtyt until» r. M. JAECER POLO COAf, made" in E"n? In rul, size , jingle breasted, straight back. Never worn. lirand new condition Phont B H i'ui'py SrU.l-. male, nbout eight itfl-callon fuel tank and hand pump. Must take i*. away. Ship Ahoy Clllli,._n Bright; 11 (Ml. BKEK COOLKK, I In t c laps, soda /ili'l water connections. Ship Ahoy Club, Sea Bright; I5j>._ tsoolerator" refrigerator, ten cubic feet. Perfect condition. May be teen Ship Ahoy Club, Sen Bright TOP BOIL, gravel, and fill dirt." locust posts; lawns graded, seeded, gardens plowed; nny kind of grading done by day or contract. Phone Hid. 5-01(3 nfter 6 P. M. Manning. ATPROXlilAfELY "400 yards of sood rich top soil. Must he s't-moved immediately, reasonable, Martin J. Mcliuisc, Highway 3,'i. Phone R. B. 6- a7jbt. Mi, 9x12, Chinese design, in rust and" blue, (iood condition, 35, Phone- It, B. 6-»818-J DISCONTINUED washable and tun. fast wall paperi for every room In your homt. Valutt te , now -1.9S for 10 tingle roll*. Klarin'a Palnlt and WtUpipari, " Monmouth itrtet... HOME 6wNtRS-v«mon-y by moderniilng your souse yourself. Wa art e«ulpptd to lupply IOU with all tht mattrltlt necessary. Small monthly psyments arranged on purchase of any matatlllt. Hire are toma of the jobl you can dot Attic insulation, application of tilt* lonrd In kitchen «,r bsth-dnilh tour batemtnt or attic into a playroom, bedroom or den. Complete line of lumbtr, millwotk, hardwart, paint, wall board, roofing, tiding, plywood, doori, windows, Insulation, etc. Free house plan book, American Building Supply, Highway 85, nt Headden's Corner, Mlddlttown. Phone Red Bnnk VENETIAN BLINDS. Custom made. Cash or time payments. Lynnt*Sherman, Inc., 102 West Front Itrett. Phone R, B SOD Acres of sod, five eents per square foot. Middlctown Stock Fsrm. Thorn as S. Field. Phone R. B. >*086I. BLUESTUNE Give your driveway thst rich blue color of distinction, lasting service and beauty. Shoemaker Fuel Co., Little Silver. Phont R. B. 4-88II-J. FARMAL1, A TRACTOR, Complete with Plow nnd cultivator. H. Kissel, Eat, M. ACCORDION, 120 bass, eight switch, black and whltt; Italian mikt, cheap; _.!O telescope, Ftoneh mike, cheap. Phone Ktant. 6-05'7-M after I P. M. M. Stegemnn. 6',a H. P. B'RlCGS * STRATTON. model ZZ air-cooled, new, 7&; two 12-Volt,!0 nmpere generators, with regulators, used, perfect. 115 j new oil burner, complete with three controls, 1115, mid ', heavy duty, tlictri" drill, new, S45. Fred Fnrwell, II Binghtm avenue, Rumson, IF YOU ARE IN the market for a tek vision, slop at Larry's, Big trade ID allowance on your old radio. Motorola, Fadn. Admiral. Also electrical Hawaiian r.uitnr, all metal with amplifier. Larry's iindlo, Main street, Port Monmouth. Phone Kcans J. FORSAL PLASTIQ PAINT SPECIAL! Inlcrlot gloss, I2.&0, rvkular t'a: sillier tclosi ux whitf, 13, itculnr?3.35; colors lintrd Mhilr you wiiit, lito Shrcwsbur>»v#nue. Red Bank. WE HAVE FOR immediate delivery, electric rcfrlgeralces, gas and electric ranges, Maying wnshlnir machines, free&crfi, UutchuBS wash- Ing machines, water pumps, sump pumps, 20% sflvlnirs on nil floor samples. Opt-n evenings. American Freezer 4V Appliance Co., High* way 35, >t Headden's Corner, Fhone R. B, (-8877, USED tiarmen TKACTOR. Viry rtxonable, ('onovcr Bros., Wlckntunk. Phone Hul. 'J _. BOUNTA1N P1NKK, in li'd, purple, white anil rose colors. Six.iIIITeror t cvtrt-s-eenh; nlso 'ivxnfi yew, Sllter Kin«, day lilies, pink Illy of the valley. Prim chrysnnlhemums. Phone Hh'M. l-ll.-'ji-jifi5k TlOX A sillier whivi! n,j'oeiniii ice tiox, i{2 iiieluh wiilc, '12 itirhen li'ikh. In good condition. Jacob StrauEK. 20 Elm nlacc. Red Bank.* KKNMOUE OIL HEATER. wickless, with due nutlet. Price fin. 71 Pop- Jar n venue, Fair Haven, or phone R. B. 6-lllfi-i.* WLFrfiUKBEDsrtwTn tiox swing on leks with mattresses, small piano, threp-plpce living room suites from $10 up to 275, maple dinette sets, sofa bed, Inneirrpring mnttressefi, maple bedroom suites, wiekrr sets, maple knee holt desks, washing machines, electric refrigerators, breakfast sets. Other Items too numerous to mention. Easy credit terms affnnired. Burdfre's Warehouse, (next to Steinhfich hulldllifr. Clay strfet, or rear of 125 Broad street, Red Batik. MAPLE BEDROOM suite, drop-leaf mahogany Duncan Phyfc thbic, corner cabinets, studio couch, eric* ket bedroom chairs, porcelain top kitchen tables, etc, RuseU's Art naileries, 25 Enst Front street. Fhone R. B. 1-1(93. HARDY AZALEAMUMS and Chrytanthc. mums, 12.5(1 hundred plants. Rue, Hancc nvenue snd Apple tttcet, renr airport' fwo RIDING SADDLES and bridles, John Deere hay loader. In perfect condition, cheap, cut under runabout with rubber tires, boy's 26-inch bicycle, brand t.e». Walter Patterson, R, F, D., Box 3S«, Red Bank.* HOTiERN WALNUT china closet, servcf and table $33, dresiirrs $9 up, chairs nnd rockers $1.'>0 UP. Mnny other items too numerous to mention. All delivered free of charge. Phone Rum. I-ISRI-W.* BALANCE OF plumbers tools, pipca and fittings, odds nnd ends of avcry description. Household goods nnd bric-a-brnc, For values, sec tit noir. Ruscll's -Art G-'illcs-ie-s, 25 East Front street. g R 7 p'ekct fence, kitchen sink, lavatory bowl. Phone Bum. I-IUS?," RESTAURANTTIXTURES, Thor Glndironer, almost new; also home Thor Iroiur.' Can be used commercially. No ilealors. Cnll Ect M. TRAILER Steel, 4xH body. Price JI05. Extra wheel and tkre. Yankee Trader, 25 West Front street. SADDLE HORSE, chestnut, weight carrler, tkio. Phone R. B S ROYAL ATLAS S h. p. outboard motor, flood as new. Used on»y three weeks. >100 Phone Key, FERTILIZER For garden or lawn; also lime to sweeten the soil, By the bag oi- ton. Hanee 4 Davit. Phone R. R EIGHT DESKS, IS*,, used, but In good condition; office chairs, and flo; large Burroughs* adding machlr.e and stand, 125, tictds some repair. Cail Mid. S mm.,,*u^a_. YOUN«PIGS, 20, inoculattd. Middle* town Stock Farm. Thomas S. Field. Phone R. B FEW NICE HAMPSHIRE bred ptdlcrecd Bills. Cledmar Farms, Phone Eat. 3-02J1S-W-1. MONUMENTS. Cemetery memorials. See Hrjry W. Long at yard office. Snlo every Sunday afternoon, 1 to 5 o'clock only. At Mlddletown Junction, Route 85. Write, P. O. Box 446, Red Bsnk, or call H. B. 6-22C4-W. Appointments. SMITH TYPEWRITER; reconditioned S22.J0 full price, two.year guarantee, Sei-nicri's, 1!)3' Monmouth street. Phono n._b. ^04^1^ COWS Entire accredited herd, mostly young, all freshening. At present ona five-ycnr-old Jersey cow and calf. I'hone A. II ^. BOLENS (iarden TRACTORS, 1 to r, h, p. All Implements to (It, Bolens is one nt the oldest and best tractors In the U, S.; 1135 and up. I also sell Jacobson power mowers. A. E, Stort, fi.'»2 Dow avenue, Oakhilrst. PIANOS Ujed. If you now own a pluno. Keep It tuntd and In good condition. Bruce E. Anderson, concert tuning, MBulatlnc nnd repalrlag. Phone R, B. 6- nh9 or Rum. 1-18B9. COMPLETB BATHROOM sutfftt with cither recessed or corner bathtubs, automatic gas or electric hot' water hesters, kitchen cabinets nnd sinks, combination sink and laundry trays, toilets and toilet scats, waiii basins, medicine cnbi.'ieti nml numerous other Items for the home bulldtr. Come In and look arouiul, Open evenings, Amer-* k-an Frrcur 4 Appliance Co,, Highway 35, Nt Hradilrii's Cornfr, l'honc R, B, FiIriTTiiRf, top soil and'crimtrstiniant' R, II , or cnll Sidney Van- Ki'holfk, 4f, White road, Hul Bank, WALNUT UlNlNO room tiilile~amnnur ti'itii> rlinirx, f)aj jilsn tuiik vacuum cli-anir, II r, Cnll A. II..lir,60, irivi'dtuxek with tiller anil slckli'. UHCII mm day, O, fi. Wiggins, Ririp ian,_ Miilawiui, OSKI) STOVF.s; lilidlrons, itatiiroiiln Inislii, sltiklu wiishtuij, garden forkh, hoik, lawn mower, exhnilst fun, electric lilatr! lamps c)u«t of drawers, Ic'j bo\, luilit Heats, III] Shrewsbury avenue-, iki! U""!-. i'o«ts ASI) HAIW-Siiilt chutnut posts and rtlls, lonuit. threi-holo snd <a«j7 poiti, Also Hint tbtitnut rtlls, rhana A, H, MI70-W,', BATHTUB and wash howl, with almost new faucets', 120 tnkes both, Fhone R. B. H.4H6-J.S AQUARIUMS, all sices, nnunrium hent- <rn, nlr compressor, etiulunient fur aquariums. Phone R. B or call nt i* White road, Shrewlbury after S:30 P. M.* ORIENTAL RUOS A beautiful selection of tmall throw rugs, a 9x12 Chinese and two large Oriental. Sec them at Ruscll's Art Gal- )eri<«, 25 Enst Front street. Fhone. R. B FOR SALE FUkNISHiNGS MiiBl, b$ sold, [..dueling inn pic chest deik, chnir wi'-h ol* toman, tiny bed, imall miihutiuny t:ib!e, p.ilnted chlffotiler, pair of Lenox lumps, Chinese lump, two BrunUloom rum, rose and green; two silk iiujjts, Victory enn* urt". kitchen table and two chit Irs; iilao tloien RoHenthnl china deisert irlntcb, Phont «. B M.* PMES COCKER Spanirlo, uartlculured, icdi, buffu; ITIBICS and ft* m:.irs. Uyatt, Wyckotf road, Eaton* own, phono Em * TAKE NOTICE Just received lari_- inrat Inlaid linoleum, Congoleum frit base linoleum; lowest price vii. Samuel SwarU, 14 West Front Hired, phone R. B. 6*1387.* ARRIVED Truck " load gas, combination ritiiges; lowest tuwn. Several makes. Samuel 14 West 1/roiit street, Red Hank. phon-h. B. 6-.1S87.- _ FOR "SALE CHEAP reconditioned ga! riiiikis. oil nnd gas combination, oil utigrs, gas and oil -water heaters. Btmucl Swartz, 1 4 West' Front street, phone «. II. «-l8»7." FOR SALE PEPSICOLA BOX, in good condition, $>is dog house, built for Urge dog. Cull K. jl. «W476._ ---, -, POWER LAWN MOWER, 30-inch cut, any height grass. Used one season, 1200, Phone Rum LARUE SIZE Hot Point tltctrle range, xood condition, 190. E. C. Reed, Syctmorc nvtnue, neaa' Tlnton Falll. Phone R. B. I-'"' HAIKiAINS IN 42" and 18" sink and tub, with eabitu-ts; also 42" nnd &4" Finks, ilotihlp tlraln boards and cabit'ti. Samuel Swartz, U West Front h H B 1 3"^ J. i. j _ H;_B._«I»^ NEW 1»4» (iknbrai, EiVctrlc. 52 unil ~'l siiiltiii- inch television sell*, instnlleil in ynw home, SU1U anil 1120; tlrobley ",2-72 miuarp incli, with F, M. radio, I26.--J.17li. installeil. Also radios, s'anr/r c, ii'frikcrntrs's anil washinfr machines at ilikcoiint Small down pt>nient, two years to pay. Ask for full :lpmnnstrntion. Phone R. B. B-2I7X. FOX SCARF, lai-ke. worn few times. Bought at Jacekc-1't, >'*» York. Call A, H. 1-UU7-J. AETTORBLAIN link 110. sewinir machine, with attachments, 120; maple KaUlcir table $14, dressing table with rhnlr 112, roftee table If, beautiful tnnhokany buffet 125, Hootlsr kitchen cabinet 122, four walnut dlninff room cluiirs $7.50, oilil tables, chairs, marhlt top talii<>. several desks, old turkey nlattit-s, lamps, pictures, old clocks, Karly American pressed ttlnss, cut stlaiis, LimofiiK china, baby hl^h chair t4, Other tliinifs too numcrour. to mention. Stnnsnerry's, Mlddletown Five Corners, Roiltp Wti, oi>poi»itp town hall. UOV's 26-incli maroon blcycie, perfect' eiinrlitinn: ii^ed twice. Cnll after P._M.._R.Jt. IMI4I-IM MOVINd TO SMALLEU iiuarters, must ilispubo nf nlne-iiiece dlnlni? ronm fulte; in G.vcrlli'iit condition. Price $75, CnM_R.H. M6 HlUiO t»ush BtitToK car radio. Call alter 6 P. M.. R. g M. frayer FStDINO cnrriane. gray leatherette, shiny chrome trim, heavy tires, very (Ood condition, witb mattress. Coit HO. will tell for 120. B*c»,. lent bnby acales, er-eup. Call R. B. 8- SMALL G. K. REFRIGERATOR, in (ooi! condition, I7E. Fhone R. B. (.0408 iet»-ean 8 nr'l il P. M, l,ar(ik KIGHT-IIOLE Kelvinntor deep freetit stosstre box; filto larre Kelvlnitoi- refriner«lor. Priced rensonablr. Call Hoi between «and 7 P. M. STAlflJAR".) ROYA'L typewriter, reconilitinneil; selling it, as I wish to buy portable. Phone R. B * SHUTTERS, OLD STYLR~~al«t, four and one 2.4x3.10. Phone R. R. li-0gh2-m. ANTIijUB SALF. leitton foe perfell, I'OnilitiOn, II",; Gone-Wilh-the- Wiml lamp.,-].r.-t.-in<-,1. $25; Hay-0 unpolishhl, $4.50 each. Pair imii>l» rhalrr-, «12. Kichnril Doelgtr, Cherry 'I'nr Fnrm, Hlahway 3.1. Mlddlr- Phoiie Mid or R. B, 6* "75". StAiJK' CHBF itn«rnnirc. in iwiil eoaililion. Apply W. P. Jones, 2:11 Manle avenue, Red Rank. Phone R, I). 6-X0~S. THAYER FOLlJINti cari'lase, good con- C'lin be Heefl jit J22 Spring striel. Red Bank, CONSUMER UAlfJs an Immediate ailvaiitage by ordering Old Company's.chilli coal at new low spring prices. Milestone for waik» and drive*. James A. Kyau nnd Sons, Sea Brignt, fhone 2-0 n_2l. s FURNITURE Living room, hlde-a-brd luve scat, easy chair, occasional thalr. mnple Boston rocker, three maple, tables, three lamps, maple dining room ffropleaf tnbl.:, corner cupboard, four chairs, table part, maple Ethan Allen bedroom, double bed, Ileautyrest mattress and springs, vatftyv mirror, bench, two lumps, cbest-on-ehesl, cricket ehair, night- table, mnple baby chllterobe, crib mattress, Thayer piny pen, Westinghouse automatic washing machine. All new less than one year. Replacement cost 11, Will sacrifice for II.* Call Cnp. James J. Lovelace, High , ext. 164; evenings, ext. HOOK SALE Three for II : and hund curved bird'* eye maple miiivtli'pkce. MVch llm-r, 104 Monmuuth sls'eit, Red Bniik.«thing but ilcilendaliility. We ttlvn that way for nnthlnir. Middlctown Refrlgratlon, Highway flit. Phone Mid. 5-29'J. BARGAIN Coach carriage and folding carringr. ISO for both. Will tell teprate. Klrchner, 18-A Center ttreet, Sea Bright.' GLIDER, nil metal, llx water repellent seats, coll springs and backs for porch nr pnrilen; also two Bar Harbor chslrs. All $ Hnnce r'oad, Fslr Haven, Phoncjt. B.Ji.OOJ.8;* (CONVERTER, gss. Cnn be Installed In any fur-nr*. Completely equipped with 'xception of thermostat. Cnll Eat. 8> 5.1-W. BCBcTIUO portable, used, guaranteed. A few good used Singer treadles, reasonable. Singer Sewng Center, 43 Monmouth street, Red Bnnk. Phons» THKEE-FIECB modern mohair living room Rulte. (lood condition, beep rosu chtilr and catich, nnr blue chllir, $95, ati Carton street, Rumsan, or phone 1* 0338-W.*. WHITE EVENING GOWN. NCVIT worn, slr.e 12, organdie with eyelet. Can be seer, at S6 Third avenue. Long Branch. Phone H ELECTRIC "STOVE, white~~ho~r«laln. chrome trim, four-burner *ith window ovrn. It..1. Bravnnd, i Atlantic slrei.t. Hischlands. WHEELBARROW sprayer, Sears.Roebuck, size l'< gallons, in perfect con* dltlon, Call Keans. B-0182.' MONARCH SUFEl REUX bicycle. Iloy's» site 26i. almost n«w. Color green anil ivory. #T»one R. B. - O357-W-1.* FtVE-PIECE SET, natural bamboo porch furniture, three chairs, two three-cushion couches, complete with mattresses: offered today, practically new, fgso. Must bo seen. Call E. W. Coleman, Rum. I -i);,li I. PASTURE Fbn CAJTLE. Joseph" "*. ( ulick, Middlctown. Phone Mid, t- PRErTCBTiiCAtED homes, including In. tenor llnijh. Five rooms and katl, 26x110, 91.9T.-i. Immediate delivery, Oth. er siios avnllabie. For full infnrmatftn. OTi.o Modern Homes, P. O. Box U», Mntnwan. DtSAN ROYAL 20" armored sprliya: with 300-itallon tank, on skids, for truck o«' trailer mounting. Condition excellent, with Heicults four-cyllrd»r motor. William M. Ackerson, Hallet. Phnnr Key. 7-0ii4l-R. TTACTOR-DRAWN roll over grading Scoop, liical for snow removal, perfect, 120; three wash tubs, one cast iron en'imel with stand, two soapstone; enst iron sink, outdoor type; ideal for animal trough; cheap. S. K. Farrell, Oakhill snd Middlctown roads, phone Mid. S-034J-W. -u, SPiN-lJB? Washlni; machine, tlont- _ ojur.v Ward. Phono A. H, R.' SHAWLS-Spanlth, PalslTy~aTd~^ash: mrrc India print. In excellent eondltlon. If Inic-rcUcd. write, ''B. V.." BoN_jn^Rcd Bank. HUDSON SPRAYER,' 12-gallon tank M'ith electric motor, like wheelbarrow. V«y Koo<l coiulitlon, reasonable price. M. Ouba. Headden's Corner and Chapel ljj.ll rnnil. Phone R. B. «-ii872.j SUVER PHEASANTr-r AUTO RADIATORS, new nnd, uscil, for immediate Installation, See us for the answer to your radiator problem. Red Bnnk Radlntor Works, 113 West Front street. Phone 11. [I *. HEN'S HSNU-KNITTEI) sleevotets sweaters; Infants' and children's sweat* ers made to order; 100 virgin wool yarns nt low prices. 822 River road, Fair Haven. Phone R. B R.* COOLERATOR *«, walnut double bed, Hprlng and Inner&pring mattress, liko new; complete I3P; old-fnthioned couch (like love sent), tapestry covered, ma* hognny frnme, IS, Cull R. B. 6-11,'lt lifter t) P. M^ FRlr,IDAIR~ Ciiii Ee^ seen at' 88 Plnckney road, Red Bank, Apt, A.* ANTIQUE MAPLE heil pouts nnd sides, neid rennlthlng and little nlterlng to be fnflde Into twin beils, $15; mtihognny dining room table, heat-proof top, nnd eight oha!rs, 12r>; rnunil tnblt, Victor* Ian, three feet diameter, for dining or living l-dom, $2,"i: threc-iiunrter Iron bei), mnttless and sprlnc, 110, Cull Hum, J, EXCAVATING GRADING. - Lots cleaned, tree stumpt, removed, top toll, gravel, fill illrt delivered: new dos*. r-nhovel. Phone Kninn.fl»0H1-I. Nine cubic feet, lei* than one year old I pcrfict condition. Phone n, H. B-0H.*,7-J rurtpt Saturday. TflRKFi MKN'H Mlllts, Pb.c 411, "15i lawn ISOTI r, *.'i. l'honc R. R. 6*3128. TffAN WlTbTEN, «.-«IIHI»6C7T4~ Inch ileutrlc fan, rchsonable, Phone j"n3ji FLORENCB OAS range, 40x25x23", In hulated ovent linked enamel finish; fnur-hiirnt.r, brnllcr, stnragfi SPHCS anil thermohtlitli! control. Quick tale, 120, Phone L, II, A ' REAL BAlffTSTlOor nnyono who enn ust nlno-plece Ohlppcndnle mnhognny dlnlnif room set nnd two mnhokiinv heilroom siiltcs: ovul mill ubtonk tnlite ami vnlmir drapes with brass roil«, Phopp n. II, n.l777,» FDPPlES'A'NirdltOWN ifovsi miilo"7nd frmnlr. Phnnr R. B, fl - ilfl0 7 - J pomes', F.NRTWI. ruw^n; hlsuk. tsn nnd reds; malts, Dynll, Wytkoir road, Satonlown, phoni Bit, 1*11111,* 1,500 VALLEY TOMATO plants: 2,000 Plum lomnto plants, raised in cold frame, four inches apart. P. LoSapio. Phone Ki-y R. MODEiTJrSHUFFLEBO " -*»* * w««*ja a. a^uajoai\ij( floot) COn* dltlon. reasonable. Cull High, AWNINtJS Excellent quality tcrrn cottn with white fringe., used 1 Vj scatons, 1'ive windows, 2' K" wlile, 3 1 drop; three T h s M 3 '" ropl $33> c "" UVER PHEASANTSrWomriVioTir. vcr Spangled Hamburg Bantams, cockerel wen socom! M»dl»on Square Garden. ««. John Nlrholl, 128 Stone rpjul, West Kennsburg.* POWER LAWNMOWEH. "AlUPurp'oit" mowing mnchine, 2O. nch cut, 1 ii h. p. Mow* the finest lawns' smooth' and t'lenn. Emily cuts lull grass and Blubhorn weeds. Easy to handle. Carl Heckmann, Phone Sen Bright ''-OOT". ltsntr^lawnmower~:~l SNTrLAWNMoWERn:iMhcln, Great American, ballbearing. Bought!> l-it season. Alsn l«. nch rotnry Kiisollne power mower Ph S y Sea!> li. Alsn l«nch Kiisollne power mower. Phone Brlnht g-ollin evenings. TEAVINI! STATt!, last call. Studio ccuch, enlna cabinet, antique chair, nlo tvtenslon table wlih Ih ccuch, enlna cabinet, antique c innnlo t.vtenslon table wlih Ihree cliairs. fireplace (Ixtures, tools. l T d No rciisaiiablc orter s-c nue, Sen Bright.* * fsull- ii A km t'«, IUIIIK, m offer t-efiiscd, 212 Ocenn ave TWO USEfTjo-Kallon pot stoves. Nearly new: two Bavi heaters nnd miscellaneous fitting*. Cnll R, B. 6-4SS7.R tf- SHETLAND TONY nnd three young riding horses. Real sacrifice. Want them to hnye good home, shear* Wood. Colt - Neck. ST14VM TABLE, ' six-foot i fnur-foe Will; counter U-ollw, kitchen rann with nllbiiriier nnd hot water boll Phone Kcnns. ft ileep /nt fryer, etc ntfer 6 P. M^ flmothy HAY-Fariwa, Farm. Phon Holm. tl-flqfi. SSl'l 1114 ' W TI1J I I UAS RANfiE, cabinet tyiie; also wash. Intr machine, wilh electric manuli' liotli In good condition. Rloni, 38 La fayetto street, Riimson, Phone Rum. I CRESCENT TABLE SAWi 2'.S"xH' S' 11" iii,,,k, (i. E,,-, ii. p. a p, II, i,,. ilucllon_ motor, speed 1,730, Phone A, fce BOX, 10, Cnll R, B, W. tir 0 P, M, TOREB-PIECE LIVING ROOM mite, with slip covers, modern, gond con* dltlon, tlh; I'lillco indlo, calilntl modtl, short wave, plus Webster automatic rec ord iilaycr, tnkes 10 and 12-Inch rec ordh,.',0; two modern full twin beds, clmutnul, box springs nnd mattresses, Jao enrhi olght-pleco dining room set, ouk, good condition, I2fl; oak buffet, $Ti mlsuullnneoiih chnirs, 11 ruclit EsHy wushir, muili'i'n, nno condition, 170; Unl* VIM'SIII li'oiu*', i-uns. hut needs minor repair, '-'111 MttKlc Chef «stove, apart. nlcnl fllzr, (SOI,10-uallnn llrnilforil gii hot water heater, practically new, In per. fact ripndl.lntv IMi, Phont R, I, I 1711 alttt «r. M. my tvtnlai, LARGE JROADLOOM rug, suitable for liirge living room, reasonably priced. H. B J. WKL6U T&ftRIER. male, nins months old Call Ulll, R. B *, THBBE-BURNKB, electric atovc wltn regulni* sise oven. Ctll It. B. I* 3S4I-W. N.dt CUtAN ioat, 12-foot runabout r,ith three-foot clostd deck, 175; girl's 26-Inch bicycle, new tires and tubes, US', 3-rtcel adjustable lack vnats, (18. 5 En>t avenue, Atlantic Highlands. 'bor.e A. H. I-O32H-W.' HOTOItOYCLr!, 1»4«. Hnrlcy-Oavldson, 4.1 model flat head, nil extra sicecrsories. Leaving for oversets. Cull after 4_P. M., Rum. 1-05O2.* THUEE-PlEClj mapie bedroom set, good condition. For Informntion, cn!l R. B J.* WHlfl MALE POfl, half Spits and Chow, eight months old, In. Phon* Keans. t.1220-w, RUOS Two»x12 Wiltons, one I2S, one I3S; 9x1 > Axmlnste.!', 185; Sam Wil- >n, tt'>: ixi'i reversible wool rug, lr>0. hone Key. 7-UTO.* otn5f»wijarb7s7 one makes Ice cubes; also freeser nnd :ommerc ai ironer, sultnble for hotel ano* oominft house. Call B>nchway Tavern, 2 Heachway, Keanshurf. Phone Kcnns. -oir,9. FBNWICK PRO/.EN foooa art even fresher than fresh. Throw away that ciin opener. Save your marriage with Harden frebh FenWlck frosen foods. BLUB WHlf^fcY leatheriarriilge, sirol* ler typr, in inflect condition. Vhoiw Keuns ^ TVyiST BrosJIoom, «xl«, prac tieally new, reatonskblt. Call after * ' M.. R. B. «-0172-J. 20.BASS ACCORDION In «o0d ton* dltion. Call R. B. «-148«-J. MAOIC CIH-F, anartmtnt sist fourt burner gas range, In ptrftet' working condition. Very clean, reaionnbly priced "hone R. B. «-«24T-J. W;0OD LATHE. Perfect condition. Can turn down up to six-foot or fnore. First 120 takes It. Must move. Call A. H. 1-0(>29.f HIGH OH AIR. baby's car s««t and.fold- Ing wooden ftslr frnte, fs for alt three. together. All in good condition. 22 Hnbbiird Park, Red Bank. Fhone « J." friqffbtslatrfjoahy^birffit and dlning tnble. In very good condition. Phone R. B «TRAILER, 27-foot, 1948 Drexler, slightly used, bargain. Wayside. Phone Deal R-l, Deal T.Q3I0-R.1, WESTINGHOUSE refrigerator, ustd, in good flondition, 5,8 cubie*foot capne- Ity. I4S. Cnll R. B. <-1838-M after DINNER SET, brand ntw, 110-plece, rott chfnn, never uttd, Apply 20 Lo* cult avenue. Red Bank. DOUBLE THICK glim panels, sire 12x60, 25 nieces st 12,51) etch; 24x«6, nine pieces, each; Hi.'.O, live piece-, each; 3xJ«, 30 pieces, 40 centt euch; four oak partitions, 42XR4, top of door glass frosted ; 10- foot mast, $20; sail and boom. $15; 12- foot ladder. 112,50. Inspection weekends only. R. F. D. 207-A. near Stone church, Locust, on Valley Drive, EVER READY automatic reciprocating electric pump, exttllent condition; alto flat top desk. Boester, Franklin avenue. Leonardo." bsllhgs, EMDEN. Toulouse, and white Chinese; tiso Ptkin ducklings. Phone Key W. D, Swartitl, Fsrm Supplies. Haslet. TWO BASSINETTES with plsltlc liner, eleclrlc baby bottle st*rlllcer. CBII High , txt Ask for Sgt. Kntcht. FRIOIDAIRE, approximately 7 cu. ft. excellent condition Barker nvenu-. Batontown. Vail Homes.* PROTECT YOUR (K)OD blankett from moths for 23 centa a year. Ont spraying of Bcrlou ttopi moth dhmages for five jews or Berlou vayt for Uie damage. Wright Stows, Red Bank, SO Monmouth street. Phone H. B. d Monmouth street. Phone H. B. d GALIJ5N fuel tnnk. net two years old, esctllent condition. Price $ Pnone R. B. «-49S8i FlvT:.-BURNBR"k.rostn. range, tlliitlxbiirnff bottle gat range, suitable for rosd stand or home, 115. Ingu'rc James J. Ri'lly. 31 Leonard artnue, At- Itntlt Hlghl-tidi.* DOUBLE BBDi tpring and mattress i twin beds, sprlrm and fflattrtstet: Frluldnlre, two gas moves, table and two chairs, suitable for breakfast nook. Other Items. Call 8. B " STAKDAR'D SHOWUnuTd'lttlngt, 15. used: complete tet two oil burnrrs for coal stove 15. Phone High, 1201.' PIGS Inoculated. Now available. Call ft P M GSInoculated. Now available. after_3 P. M. only, Hat U. XUnATbR»i,b n rdine trencli coat, sit- 42, exi-ellent. reasonable. honej B 8010pMft«P M coat, sit 42, exiellent. reasonable. PhoneJ. B, 8*010p I M_aft«r_«P. M, OOHT.BTJSNER. double oven n n d" ^ "Qunilty," bottle gns stove, Oood con- Hltlnn, Phone Holm. 9.<ng,«COLEMAN OIL floor furnace. wty to heat homes. Fully automatic, low It. cost. Stop by nnd stt one st our Rtd Bank show, room. 12 Mechanic street. Lawet Coal Co,, Inc., Shrtwsbury. PORTABLE ELECTRIC phonograph; with three-tube amplifier, plus about 75 up to date records, 140] baby scale, 13, Cull F. Moiler. Keans, T«. vittt at uitincia nm,..i,_ IIABV CAKRlA(iE, in good condition Used only one year..pad and stor» shield Included, Phone B. B. 6*4486*R. HEXA1H STR CCEANER,- cleans by washing the air, Scrubs floors, pick! up scrub water, dusts, humidifies', dc oilorlses, Drowns dust and dirt In I churning mler bsth. No bag to empty just pour the dirt awny, booklet, cull R, B, ,' For fre* -wvnivv. k.iii aa. Us ffo-vwi/.^ SACCO'S PANts SHOP, r.i-tj- nnd worts pants $1,93 up; nltcrntloni free, Buy nlrcft nnd snve. Trpuser» to match your rant nnd vest, 20 Wcit Front street fieri Rsnk,' MKTrrHn.&sl, half.bag typo, motor driven, excellent condition; alto clniler block machine, Phone Key, *!,IUL'8 EL(iIin9iCYcTl», 28-Inch, new tires, 120; alto 16-Inch Elgin bicycle, llot 1938 'Plymouth tednn, Ptton. Rralnard avenue. Port Monmouth, ANTIQUE COLONIAL ropo heil, mnple, beautiful condition, ' Cnll evenings, R. H, C17O4-M, QUALIKIen hcuvywclitht hunter, % breed, Up ti> currying i'2i pounds ssvtn years old, 16,3 hnnds, bny with Ihreo whits ttocklngi, This hoi'so Is A hold Jumper snd has tten In the rlh* tnni g nvtcal. ihowi, Attnt,, J, Su> -kin, Hal, , ait Irwk trnm, LAWNMOWER, jockey scat and garden cultivator. Fulton, model AB, ntw. Cost Scil for $450. Call Rum U. tlnway concert" granii. Perfect condition. Call Hum U. BOY'S 26-INCH bicycle, good condition, HI; Western saddle and bridle, 135. One price. John J. Brennan, 34 Wavcrly_piace, Red Bank," LEICA III c w/~filter K-2, Sunshade, view finder, plus other attachments. For information, inquire G. GruenewnM, Apt. 17. group 1, Holly Pitcher Village Court, Red Bank.* FOUR TRUCK tires, tubes and rims, II.0IIX20. Call Keans. 6* ATTENTION COMMEKC!A~I, flahcrmen, 150 metal five-gallon optn top cms. Idcil for freezing bait. Call Kctnt. I* 1013., KITCHEN~SET, good condition. Brand new bath tub, flush built; five-foot left hand, table top Glenwood gas anire. Excellent condition. Call Kttnt. BEAUTIFUL SAROUK~~ rug, 7.9x5.8, dctp rots background, in perfect condition, 180; French (U MaJre's) 12 lenses opera glasses, used but a few time, 815; Philso cabinet radio, 850. Phong R. P, W.* SEVKRAI, LARGE refrikeratom, unit's Meed feptllr, suitable for restaurants, reruiar site pool table, oonuilete, two china cabinets. A few antiques. Cnll at Mrs, John Lauterwalii, 104 Main strett, MjiUwan._P_honc *_ SOLD OUR HOMfc, Beautiful DalgTilh lawn mower, costing 128. Price 120; also Koroflcn] hose. Other Items, very reasonnblc, Call Mr. Tobias, Eat, 8-060, ml 710,«THE HEAf TS ON-We are now firing our automatic refrigeration bomb. Cnll on us for help. MlnMlelown Refrlgerntlon^Highway 35. Phone Mid. 5*0»99. BAIlY "CARRIAGE, collnp"ilble. Good condition, cheap. Phone Mid. 6. CARBURETORS and magnetoa rebuilt. <4ulck, factory workmanphlp. Douglas.lectrfe Co, sr> East Front street, Red Hank. Phone PAlNTl-R. DECORATOR AMD paperhanger, Interior and exteriors 15 years' experience. Estimates cheerfully gl'en. Louis Cusian, 448 Shrewsbury avenue. Red Bank. Phone ft-4054-w. HOOVSK CLEANERS repaired, brualmt rebrlstled. Allen Electric Shop, II Whit, ttrelt. Phone Red Bank FOR SALE LICHT CARTING or delivery tnyabert in New JcrBey, any time, any duyl For quirk sirviee, call R. B. 6-4UJ-W. CHICKEN HOUSE Call R._g. SjlOU^II JtfcP with Mustang trailer, Blackhawk tnowplowi trailer capacity five tons, hydraulic brakes, vacuum booster, dual wheels, new Bnow plow, outfit perfeet. Price»2,30u. Call E«t. 3-ll8»l-J. JER6EV COW, to freshen this month, and one 13~months old heifer. Albert Dui-yta. Phone Deal W-l.' LAWN AND toltvh turnhun npalul, Called for and dtllvartd. rvilktns Moor Salts. Phont Rtd Bask Atk 'or Mr. Brilton. UYEOsfATIC home washer, like new, perfect condition. Phone R. B. --I524-M.* man- B.J.T»IT.. ^_^_ OABPErlTEk, PAINTER, repair work and odd jobt deat. Call Red Bank ACUUM cleaners ripaind. any Allen Eiattrta &kop, II White Red Bank t. H. St'outr Lewit building, 7J-7I* Irotd ttreet <above Newberry store*. lot-le aittinq SBfcVlCE conducted~at retidence of Mrs. G. Edmund Delatush for children, three or older, l)y hour. Wttkdays» to t; Saturdays 9 to 12. By appointment only. Prospect avenue, Little Silver, Phone B. II J. IOHN DONATO Mason and plastering contractor, Headden'a Corner, Middletown. P. O Box (41. Red Bank. Pnone R. B. «-525>. r6m JL._ ELECTRIC STOVE, almost new, with attached cubim-t, $15; screens for full id $2 h 105 Sh I-e windows, 12 each. bury nvenue, Red Bank. 105 Shrews- BUSINESS NOTICES OIL LAHPI aonnrttd for tlectric. Ity. Lsmps ttwired. Wt call for and dellrer. Harold'a Sadie and Blectrlo Shop, 14 West Front 'treat. Rid Bank. Phont I-IJ44. A-ONl" AUTO bod» and radiator r»* pairs. We speelnlile In all types of reflniihing at reasonable -prlccl. All wot-k guartnteed. Pick up and delivery service For frtt tstlmste, call R. B. 6* 2049 or Inquire at Route 89, at Head. dtn'a Corner, Mlddletown. PAINTING, INStlJP or outtidt work. Also papcrhnnginit, and spraying of furniture. - Call B. B. «-22(2 for etti* matt. M. E. Morson. - SAL'S LANDSCAPE service, R, D. t M.itawan. Rtluvenats your lawn and garden with favm fresh top toll direct from our fsrm, Ctll ut for an titlmate without obligation. Fhone Hoi.. li)l after t P. M. WHELAN AND CLARK. Painting and paper hanging. By dny or contract. Phone L. B J or But ESTELLE 11ECORATINU Service. Estabiished Plain and decorative painting, paptrhanflng, property main* tenance large and small estates, Phont R. B. 6.0*92. HOME MODERNIZING by exaertt. No job too small or too large. The best In masonry and carpentry. Frte ettlmatts, ptyraents at low at 15 per month, Phone A. H, M. lit RED BANK (pan Craft Studios, Picture framing; oil painting!, etehngs and engravings restored; fulutiat Framelets mantel mlrrora. window val* anees, lawn tlgnt, framed mirrors, a; Eatt Front street. Phone Red Bank 6-3»i-5 8CPTI0 TANKS and cesspools cleaned; also dry wells, drains installed. Estimates given. Oscar Becker. 4T Second street. Fair Havel, Phone Red Sank CARPENTER WORK of any kind dont by day or contract Jobbing a tpt> ctaltr. J. a Marvin * Son. Box 4), Btlford. Phone Ktantburg «.089U or «.i)4»4*w FOR MORTGAGE LOANS tee R. V. ft H, Btout, Lewis building. 77*7» Broad atrfet. fover Newberry store). COMPLETE LANDSCAPE service. Reset,, shrubs supplied and planted. Lawns made or rtnovated. Maintenance by wtek of month. Stevens. Phone R. B, 0SS2-M. SCENIC INN, 100 Oman Boulevard, Atlantic Highlands. Ctll Atlantic Highlands Citering for weddings, parties and tocltl functions, any. when. French eultlne. John (Popl Mason. SMALL MOVING JOBS and trucking up to two torn handled promptly, courteoutty and rtatonably, "C. M Fair, R. B. 1-5:56 before 8:80 A. M. or tvtningl after 7 o'clock. IRON RAILINGS for porehts. stairways, etc Mad* to ordtr by Beedorf Company, n jtart at «West itrtet. Red Bank. Phone i-iui. ssonmouth LAWN Service. BraT nutting; ettatet eltaned. Contract'; monthly rattt. Phone Eat J or High, CH DIOGINO We dig trtnehen and 10 in. wide up to 4'l" deep wltji tmtll machlnt dlggtr, for water lln«aewen, draintg* or burled conduit. Fait and cltan. Chat. II. Walton Co, aluntb. ing and heating contractors, Albur/ Park. Phone A. P HOUP. SERVICE on the repair ol radloi and electrical appliances. We (Ml for and dtllver. Harold'e Radio and 'Elaetrla Shop. 84 Watt Front ttreet. Red Bank. Phont * MOVING DONE very cheap. Call Flnhtr Brother! or Schwarta Auction Room. Phont Rtd Bank CBSSPUULli Cl Bank 8-82 I CLEANE'ID and dug, cellars pumped, trucking and hauling, How ard Tilton, 80 Center atreat, Rumtot Phone ANTON HALVORSIN Painting oon tractor, Interior, txterlor. paperhiwii- Ing. Eait Washington avenue. Atlantic Highlands. Phont Atlantic Highland! I' I5B0,, THE BEST PRICES psld for ragi, Iron, m«la:, and paper. Oettll, Junk dealer, 211 Shrewibury avenue, Red Bank, Phune B, II. 4-1B47-R. Will call. CUSTOM FARM WORK, Plowing, disc. Ing, planting, cultivating, hay baliiiv. mowlnc, racing, and combining, corn picking, tree pulling, ground clearing, trtutor work of any kind, by acre, hour, or contract, Nu job too Urge. First* class equipment, Ralph Mnher. Phont Hoi. ft-isil, Call between'9 A. M. and» P. M.. FLOOR-WAXWO. Call Rid Bank 14*1. Surtrlor Floor Waging Co, Prlvatt homts er tpetlalty. OAUDENS plowsd. Especl-lly.quipped to plow aad htrrow In one opsratlon, leaving the toll In Idtal planting con* dluou, Phnne Bat. 1)04(1 afttc 7 P. M I PII1B tsi I I IP. I. Ill I J l PH.. '.*!..! tlxpettf CARPKT laying. ' repairing fringing, binding and renovatlr-n Percy dray, 45 Wavtrly plact, Her Bank, Phone Red Bunk "-H82". CES?FOOLT"ANI) teutllo Milks cleaned, built and repilrjtd. Modern drainage InittlM, Roliart Albs, Wait Kllltkurf kent Xtaaihaii ( 4IT> - BUSINESS NOTICES and «ARTHUR E. BOYCE, painting contractor, oitorlor and interior fainting, tf tlmates tupplitd on large or jubt, First-class work by practical painttrs. hone Rumaon TREE SERVICE Removal, topping and trimming. CaU A. H i,-1663-r. A. H. C. JOSEPH 8MITH. Wallpapering and painting, reaodtling, bath. looms and kitchens, all tytta ntw ceilings installed and ill kindt of cabined mode, right on the job. All jobs financed, no down payments, up to 36 months to pay. Phone R, B. 4-03CO or R. B B. USED CARS BOUGHT.. changed. Pontiae ealea " _ -:"" Terms. G. M. A. C. Rassas " " Meehaulo atreet. Red Bank, raem , ; BUSES=We have several rear engine buses in good operating condition. These busei would tie excellent for Mobile ihops, froaen foodt» l, 5trib j'"?j; construction uses, etc. SIx-cyiinoer Mack engines, air brakes, three forward speeds. Boro Buses, Red Bank., TRUCK, INTERNATIONAL "i-ton (panel, 1937, in good condition, rred Farwcil, 31 Blngham avenue, Rumson. Phone Rum TRUCKS 1941 DODOE 1*4-ton aukei 1947 Ford 1-ton stake;'1947 Chev. rolet ti-ton panel, and 1941 O. M. C. lvi-ton dump. Many othen, H. I*. Eobcl Co., 1110 Main atreet'. Bridle; Beach. AXCTIONER ANO Appraiser STO. Conts, 490 Rath avenue. Long Brunch. hone 6.351*1*. >y makt itrtet, UUTTEKS. LEADERS, in copper or galvanlfed. Call ue for an estimate on any sheet metal work. J. V. Bogart, 73 Foster street, River Plata, Red Bank, [ hone R. B M 1841 COHVERTIBLK fvdlllae. hydra. mntic. radio and htater. Good con. dltlon Phone H.» M.* BUY VOUR CAR NOW. CarefuTly l u lected, low mileage carl. Outstanding v-lues, all priced below the prevalllnj :, 1946 DeBoto, custom clul coupe; 1948 Buick super tcdanettej 1942 Chevrolet club coupe; 1941 Buick tedan; 1B4I Ford lupe* dtluael 1946 Ford convertible eoupt; 1941 Chrysitr Windsor sedan; U4< Pcntlal sedan; 1946 Oldaniobile sedanette; 194t Feed sedan; 1947 Ford club coupe; 1941 Buick tuper 4-door tedan. fully equipped. All have radio! snd healers. Lowest down payment, longest terms possible. Open Sundnys, William J. Levine, 41 Oetnnport avenue, Welt Long Branch. Phone L, B _or «-0822;J., 1937 CHEVlibLET GOACK, good lhapti very good running order, radio and later. Call R. B INSltRl. YOUR HOME, bualne... autb^ mobile and other property with H»w. kins Brothers, Real Itat-s and Insurance, 77 Broad strett. Phone Bed Bank ( OBNCRAL CONTkACTOR and cesspools cleaned; carting and grading, ton toll, manure, til dirt, elnders, gravtl and sand. Estimate! given. Phone Red Bunk Otctr Becker. 47 Second ttreet. Fair Haven WE ^AY highest prices for your poaltrf. Wrlta or phone, Long' Branch 6-lJuO. 89 North Broadway. l,»ni Branch. Zwlckl'e t-ive Poultry Mamet. rxtoc MOtOh rebuilding It out buslntti. Call us for qi-lck itrvict. Douglas Eltetrle Co., S5 East Front strett. Red Bank. Phont «-01Z«. FOR THE IIKST In home and enr radio repairs, Sfo or call, B. R Cariil*. Radio Service, 26 Mupla avenut. Bed Hank. Phone CIS8POOLS cleaned and built, aeptic tanks clamed and Inttalled, dralna in* ttslltd. Phone any time day or night, Hunson J. Harvty C. Tilton. t Bruce place. Rumttw. uwc*l. wi,ni»» MULTIUhApHiNt}. miraeogrtpbini, publte ateaography, mailing, notary publia. LetUrcraft, It Broad street. Rtd lank. Phone I-0I6J. GARDCN PLOWING and lawn bed preparation. Call R. B. 6*3178. SEWING MACHINES repaired. Free in* tpeetlan. Plek up and delivery. Machines bought and told. Sewing Machine Service Co. Phone R. B BICYCLE REPAIRING iffebutfnr. cycles for -Bate. Rent*a*bike service. Bi.mson bicycle Shop, River road»nd North street, Rutnson. Phone w. 0AMERAS~BOUG"HT. Any condition. Knmera Krafts, 616 River road. Fair Hnven. Phone R. B COMBINAtlOlTibOORS and windows, porch screens and inclosures. Kitchen cabinets, etc. New work of all typel done. All work done to your specificntlons. C. E. Adams, Main street, ilettord. Phone Keans W. SPECIAL BAROAJN for month ol May on floor sanding nnd reanlshlnlf. Call R. R Myron Morson. HEARING AIDS, batteries. For all hear. ing aids sec Harry G.' Clark, 803!i Broadway. Phone L, R Agent for Western Electric- Hearing Aide. AUTO HOSPITAL Body nnd fender re. pairs. Complete rennishing, collision. fork done. We will pick-up nnd deliver nnywhtre. For free estimates. call Kcans C, Highway 36 and Mala ttrtet. Belford. FLOWING AND discing done. Estimates given on. largefields and imall gardens. Ctll Edward Cross at Red Bank R evenings after 6 o'clock.* SILVER PLATING and reflnishing on all your heirlooms to make them look Bring them In today. Mon. mouth Plating and Polishing Co., 118 West Front street, Fhone R. B * MASON WORK of all typeh, foundation-, brick work, yeptic tanks, plastering, A L A Construction Compuny, 126 Harrison avenue. Red Bank. Phono I* SS26-W. USED CLEAN BRICK. $25 per 1,000. de. llvered; also cinder block", griivel, sand, fill dirt and top soil. J. Remeika. Phone Kcans. 6-08S5 or Kcans R. GARDENS FLOWED. E. Palmer Bennett; East Road, Belford. Fhone Keani BACCO, THE TAILOR, cleaning, press. lr.7, repairing. Prompt service. 20 West Front street, Red B_ank.», CUSTOM PLOWING, discing, harrowing. ' Also garden plowing and machine corn planting, C. B. Dohbs, Phone Middle town J after 6 o'clock.* WE ACCEPT GENERAL bookkeeping, partner-hip, corporation and tax accounting. For particulars, phone R, B W. John Splllanc und John Con. nelly. 78 McLaren street. Red Bank,* NOW OPEN Bahr's SeBfood~reltir.. rant. Choice seafood, fried chicken. Pine directly on the river, Highland!, GENERAL CONTRACTbRTrandsTHping; grndini:, top soil, All dirt, cinders, gravel, manure, cesspools nnd dry well* built, driveways repaired. Lionel Simon. Phont R. B , SPRlSfFcLEANtNG? Get your furnace cleaned early. Any type at nil, IT and up. Call R. B R. FLOOR SANDING, reflnishing, wax* ing, old floors made like new. Asphalt nnd rubber tile serviced. Estimates cheerfully given. Arthur W, Acker, Chestnut street, Port Monmouth. Phone Kenns J. WANT SIGNALS without hiss? net ad. rnnced tested rtctlver circuit diagram nnd home construction suggestions re-.quirln.g only a common inexpensive in* stirument'. Double conversion, low noise amplifier-, simple peaked audio, double penk llmltcr, crystal mixers, noise level close to limit. Planned by an engineer to help you get better reception nt low cost. Sornt elements will Improve your receiver without wiring change, Sind II to Dan Poteet, M. S. E. E., Box 7, (JASDEN PLOWINQ and lawn ted prep nrntlon. Cajt R. B * LOCALTHD LONG dr»tnncr~s5vlng; LET ME SOLVE your roofing problem I will ndvlse you honestly, and without ohliitntlon, For 27 yeart a roofer. No job loo big, or too small. Any and all kinds of roofing and repairs. Phil, lips the Roofer,.67 Fnist Bergen place Phone R, B. d.088",* AUTOMOBILES MAURICE SCHWARTZ. Chrysler, Ply. mouth and Inttrnatlontl truck islet and tot'vli't hiadquarttri. Phona Red DODGE AND Plymouth paitengir dun. DOJKI job-rated trucks, authorised service, modern service atntlon. Fr-nk Van Sycklt, 149 Wett Front street. He< Bnnk. West of Mnple avenue. WE BtlV USED CARS Any make o model. Mount-Engllith Snies Co,, U0 Monmouth itrtet. Phona lied Bank , DOES YOUR CAR steer had t Do voui wheels shimmy? Let us correct the trouble. Save your tlro». Lulost Benr nxlo and frpmt straightening enuluincnl, Frank Van Syoktc, 140 West Kmni street, Red Bnnk, West nf Muplo avenue. Our own building, A>k for Jack Harder, ling, ULET 1042 CHEVROLET 1 ','j-ion truck, Can bo tccti at At*! friendly Service 0ta* lion, Broid ind Maple avtnut, R*i auk or till R. I. I-I0I7.R, AUTOMOBILES 1648 FO»b STAtlO'N wagon, eacellent, best offer. Phone South Amboy 1«1217-J. HDl^ATCEThf^llAilPION two. door sedan; radio, cllmutlier; mnroof finish; low milenrie; excellent condition, 11,450. Need the cash. Phone Mat. I- 22SS-W. W. F. Copper, Netherwood drive, Cllffwood Beach.' 1940~"CH'E"VROLOT; Excellent shape, new paint job, Ship Ahoy Club, Sen Bright. priknt.. 1*40 PONTIAC, four-door sednn, tilcylinder, radio, heater, excellent condition West Front tlreet. (upstairs) nfter 6 P. M week dayi, all day Saturday and Sunday.*, 1940 FORI) TUDOR. Excellent eon. dition Phone B. B ,*, r>oi)()e SCHOOL BOS; Ideal for ped. dlers, hucksters, etc. Phone Hoi.» 1036.' U.EST»UY Studebaker President, 1939, low mileage, family enr, overdrive, new battery, two new tires, air conditioned. radio, sealed beams. Fhonl Kiit_. _3-t-J!8 8-M. IMS PONTIAC» sedan. <iood condition, Radio, $2.'!0. Call Eat. "-"«67-W, 'ol Inquire nt 17 Aj^iin _nvenuel_oceiiiiport, iwl nesoto flood condition, 1100, Call J'iJJpII-rjJKeHnS' ) PONTIAC tudbr, cxcelknl condltlon, new tires, new motor job, paint cood shnpe. Price reasonable. Call R. E after_8_j\_m.*_. STUDEBSKER, 1948 Commander, fourdoer, green, under 1,000 miles, 11,800, Phor.e Rum ; 1981 CHEVROLET, (iood tires and new clutch, 850. Csn be teen at Coopel nd, Headden*a Corner.* PACKARD four-door sed.n, 50,00 \ miles, one owner; 11,400; nlto 1941 Plymouth four-door tedan. 8. deluxe, $1,050, rndio nnd heater; alio Chevrolet sedan delivery Apply after 4 P. M. (rear), Martin, 45 Prospect avenue, Red Bank.* OLDSMOBILE sednn, running ordrr, passed last Inspection, excellent rubber. Price 185. Inquire James J, Welly, 36 Leonard avenue, Atlantll Highlands.* CHEVROLET club coupe, excel. lent condition, 11,460, Call R. B. < 2759-M BUICK SEDAN, Good condition, tires good, Call 6* 11"2*W after B P. M BUICK convertible sedan, radio nnd heater, Rood condition. Asking I79S or belt offer. Cull R. R. «-'7IS9-M PLYMOUTH SEDAN, radio and heater. Motor overhauled latt fall. New tlret. wiret, dlitribtrtor, fuel pump, spring and buttery, I4R0. May bo seen Friday. Saturday or Sunday. Call A. H R.. OLbSMOBILE, tour-door sedan. good runnlnir order, body axcellent ehntie, IS00. Selling becausa leaving town. Phone B, B. 6* IWI1. «UUIIt l»l *-*» " ""til CHEVROLET, sport coupe. Excel, lent running order, good body, radio, nnd heater, Arnonc't Service itstlon. Broad street. Shrewebury.* 1137 FORD TUDOR, call R. B W aftw 7 P. M.*, MODEL A FORD Tudor ledan, clean throughout, 28 Chestnut street, Fair Hflven." 1941 CADILLAC Good condition, whitt wall tire-, rndio and henter. Prlcfr 11,200. Phone R. B «CHBVROtET, 1936 Master coach. Oood condition. Bargain at tltto. Phone nf'.er 5 o'clock. B. B. *-1807.J.«1941 CADILLAC, 11,000. Call R. B. «- S BUICK, four-docer sednn, 79S. Call II. P PONTIAC, two-door, good con. dltion. Best offer. Call R W. HOUSE TRAILER. 1948, Trotwood. 1* feet, llkt.lew. Used *vc w-eks, sleep) four. 431 Spring street, /Red Bank. Phont R. B M. ' 1947 "CHEVROXET Fleetllne, four-doot sedan, fully equipped, excellent con* dition, Cnll L. B ! at* *er 5;3O P. M FORD CONVERTIBLE, low mile. age cnr. New top (automatic). Radio, nnd heater., new t'res. Price Kali Frnntl, HI 8 Seventh street. Union Beach. Phone Key. 7-28H-W OLDSMOBILE. green club sedan, 20,000 miles. Original owner. Perfect condition, all accessories. Asking 11,600, Cail Eat J FORD CONVERTIBLE coupe, runnlng condition, good tint, Call R. B. (-1289.R HUDSON^ Four new tlret. Motor In good shape. Price Ills. Mty be, seen nt 50 Monmouth ttreet, or call R. B GMC TRUCK, 1300, panel delivery, in good running ordtr. Leddy'i Mirket, 52 Monmouth street. Red Btnk. Phone R. B ; ; ^ 1947 BUICK "Super" four-door stdtn, excellent condition, only 17,000 milts, rndio, hcnt&r, one owner. Other esre taken In trade. English Motori, 84 Mnple nvenue. Red Bank, FONTIAC, 1839, slx-cyllndcr, radio «nd heater, good shnpc, Red Bank Radiator Works, 113 West Front itrtet, Red Bank. Phone R. B until 6 P. M.. Mon. to Sat.* 1948 KAISER, radio and htatcr. Ext cellent condition. Original owner, 11,600, Financing arranged. Call High, , ext CHRYSLER, six-eyllnder, four.' door tedan. radio and heater. Good condition, good rubber, Call Eat). i 1941 FOUR.DOOR Dodge, 1100, CatT nt 78 Oaklnnd -trttt after 7 P. M PONTIAC, four-door sedan, new t:ict, good running condition. H«d wnrli. Cnll Rum «.» 1981 BUI"K, victftrla'eoune. Ntsed \n~ spectlon. Clean and good looking, Csn be seen at 34 McCarter avenue, Fair Hnven,* 1935 PONflAfl SEDAN, tiood shspe, Daniel Flttgerald, Avenue D, between Valley Drive and Highway It, Atlantic Highlnnds. mrokevrocet COUPE. Good con." dltlon. Commercial Prets, 36 Mechanic street. Phone R, B. *-**H-M,* 1939 BLACKTlUfCK Special four-dnor sedan, In good running condition, Can be seen nt 1042 Ocean avenue, Sea Bright. Phnne 8,-B. 2(l' FORD TWO-DOOR scd-n, Good running condition, Pitted Inspection, 1195, Call Krans, I J, roltt/~frevrol"et Mlister sedan. Ex". eclkir. motor, good body. Fussed New Jersey Inspection March Bargain nt Ilia, Phono Eatontown a-oo'-r I'TVMOUTH, fiiur-dooi' scdnn", Special deluxe, fully equipped, very low mllongu; Ciullllnt, four-door sedun, model 6a, fully equipped, with hydrnmatlo drlvej 1940 P«ek"nl, fourdoor sedan, model 120, fully equipped I 1941 Buick four-door itdnni 1948 Packard, four-door sodan, Clipper, fully equipped. All curt kept under cover I nnd guaranteed to pail motor vehicle Inspection. T, C, Otto, Inc, Piiektrd distributor, Htrdlng rotd, nm Broad itrtet. Opsn all day laturdi-,

41 lm.vk BLij.feTEB, MAY g, 1919 Page AUTOMOMLES 1938 FORD PHAETON. Ixcdltnt condition. Cell B. i. J.S8M-B after 5 P. M 1999 tackaku club coupe, reasona Phone Ruin- 1-1J138. lt86 CHEVROLET COACH. Motor - ctllsnt. Good transportation, 110(1 cash. CalHHirti 3-1H8-J. i941~poub-uoor sedan, FoMlac, >Ucyllnder. Very good condition; Inquire at Bill and Urdu's Serrlee Statiun, corni* of Monmoulh street and M«i>le avenue. Red BM^ TaTiTUPBlTDECLXE Ford, t«50. Call K, i) W between 1:30 and 6:81) 1985 PLVM6U1K taieliwss»upe, In good condition, tires good, all new motor In 1944, roaionable. Call 1. Wililanit, Mid, ' Iit2 cukvholtft Hat's cli* eompe. Frlca Call after f P. M., B. B M,' biwevaint, iio««ia. i.»; Mount Co., 11 Maple avenue, Bed nk. Phone B. B ) LaSALLS COUPI, fully ee.ul-s»ed. Needs paint job, Call Keans HI after «P. M.«f -lldl*m aiier r. ««983~AUTO CAB TRUCK, 15-ton ea»aellr, hlsrh body itylc. Good runnln* condition. Best offer. Call Keani. « M.* J947 PONTUC Streamliner I. Full* equlcred.»l,«00. Call 7«6-B.» f940 OMEVEOLW panel, «>50. J, I. Mount Co., 11 Maple avenue, Bid lar.k. Phone *. B, «-OI SUPER BUtck. four-door seaan., Ocean Boulevard, Atlantic Highland*, Phone A. H. i-otlt-i. J9JjOHEVBOfcBfr~Cafl~B. B, s-, CHEVROLET suburban earrjrall, with heater, low milenjte. Call Rum J. J947 fontiac, two-door Streamliner «, with radio and. heater. Call Bum. 1-»S46-J.» HELP WANTED HAN Full or part-time, tak* orders, nationally»lrerund quality merchandite 'apparel) repaat business. Protected ustomers. Personal and cuitomer contacts. Write. P. O. Box 181, Btlmar. WOMAN Full or part-tlaae, tea* orden, Personal. Introduction contacts. Protected customer!. Write, P. O. Bon 191, Helmut.. LIVE-IN JOBS AVAILABLE, Domtaiic, (enerul; cook and first-hoar; flntcla»> cooks, waltrem. Aaj»ly Bobirti Employment Aliency, 77 Broad atreet, Heil Bank. LADIES 2 to IS par sour m spare time. No investment. No caniasaitik. No exptslence necessary. WHte, Ward-Stllson Co., P. O. Box 113, l*enlon, for immediate information. jtousbwives Snlt»liidi». Earn»10- i'iti eveniiir. Sell women's, men's and children's wearing npparcl at Home Style Shows. No investment, no eollei:- '.Inns, no deliveries, no eanvalllnf. ('ur.inntee evening, plua commisalon, O{icninK> for capable supervisors. Access lo HUto important. Write. Stand* nr<l Style Company, 20S Chancellor ave» nup, Newark. SINGLE NEEDLE operators, Good pay if qualified. Steady, year. 'round work. Apply Adams Bros,, 24s Welt Front atreet. Bed Bank. 1)0 NEIGHBORS LUtfc Vott Then you'd be a euccell at spire time sell- 5HK, the wuy to make good money. Write out local manager for a consultation ubout your ability to earn money. Avon Products Ine, Writ*, "Avon," Bos 111, Kcd Bank. WOMAN, 38 to 46 years of ale to av slit with illht housework and help In country store. Boom and bowd, plus $20 weekly. Write, "C. O. I»," Box ill, Red Bank. SALESMAN. Experienced, intangibles. Car essential. Drawing account and commission. Our product* and services.are a must to every business. Permanent exclusive territory, Monmoulh and Ocean counties, 95% repeat!. Give phone and background first letter. Write, "Salesman." Box 511, Red Bank. EXPERIENCED FOUNTAIN girl. Hours 4 to 12. New York Bua Terminal, 174 Monmoutti street, Bid Bant, MANICURIST High clasi clientele. Five daya a week, Oceanport. Call Eat, for Intervlr BEAUTICIAN AH around operator, High class clientele. Fiva daya a week, Oceanport. Call Eat, I-OOIS ior appointment for Interview. jia.ndvman-garderjer. Call Bum. I between» and 7 P. M. EXPERIENCEt) MAN" to put wire fenee sround plaes in Long Branoh. Materials supplied. Contact Ippolito, 42> Brighton avenue. Phone L. B. t-20«l or writ. 89 Spring _street', N. Y. C.«itlDLK-JaGED woman for baby sitter and genernl housework. Uvs In, MS week, room and board. Reference*. Call Rum COUPLE To IUe in. cook and'general houstworr; ehauffeur-gardsner and Bcucrnl handyman. Write, P. O. Box Ufil, Rod Bank. WAITRESSES and kitchen!*«)». Pier hotel. Call A. H GAm-ENER-HAUDYMAN,"one day a ' week, with car, fa ft day. Phone Eat, jt-0526-m.* WOMEN With spare tint. Can you usa $35 to ISO per weak extra? Barn that much and mora fey working two hourl, three or four tfenlngl each week. One of our newest wcrkara li averaging 155 pea- weak, for IS hour* work! Experience, unnecessary. Work by appointment only. Car helpful. Pick up your phone and call now to arrant* interview. Phone Key, M. WAITKB&3, esrhop. Muat bo 18 years old, Flicka, Highway IS, near Five Corner*. Middlotown, Call in person» to S P. M. Phone Mid. K-OtBT. FFIOB GIBL Knowledge of bookkeeping, tyolnc, shorthand. Speed not essential, Muit be alert and able to assume rmpomlbillty. Good salary and lunch provided. Write, "Office Girl," Box Ml. Bed Bank. WOMAN To aitlat with housework. ' Family constating at three adults. STand new horn*. and furnishings. Pleasant aurroundlngl. Stay a day. week or month. Chancea are you will stay with us for years, Mra. Charll* Landan. Phone B. B. *-l574-j.«personality and xeod appearance essential. Back. round In restaurant work d«slrable, nut not required. Cood salary and mesl, Write. "Hostess." Bo» 611. Red Bank, COOK-HOUSEWORKI». Live In, Attrsc tivo room and bath, family two adults, two children, near Ren Bank. Plain cook- Ins, automatic washing mactilne, ion* Ironing. Heavy laundry sent out; aalary S35 weekly. References required. Call for interview. R. B. <-2«72. evenings.* HOUSEKBBPER To Hve in. business couple. No children; new home, tome cooklnir, gome laundry. Muat have retcrencea. Call B. B. C-4I8NH after.1 P. M. SALBSLADY Dreissa, «oau, auiti, millinery, sports wear. Permanent pounion. Fail time and part time, ttttj'li *J«Broad street. Bed Bank. MURSEMAID-HOUSEKBHSPEB, for June lit. two adults, girl S, boy 2>4. lite In, home, modern facilities: bua Jine. Phono Eat after 7i»0_P. M. SALESMAN Established paper and twine concern seeks experienced talesman with a Red Bank and vicinity follirwlnir. Salary or profit sharing plan. All appllcatlona will be held i in atrlct confidence. Postofnce Box 401, New Brunswick. WOULD LIKE WOMAN to take care of children in my home for working couple. Phone. R. B B, after t GIRLS Seamstress aii3 dry cleanink checker. Apply In person. Leon's, <- 76 "White street. KeJ Banlc. _. charge of boohs,.of bwkkeeplnir macblnr Apply in person. Martin Ilubbrr Co., Long Branch,avenue, Long "Brunch.. SAI.KS Infants «n«children's wenr. Selllntr eiparlence necessary. Ilnli t Betty Shop,»8 Broad street, UI n l nn WOiilAN To mnnnite retail Ice cream store, Espr-rlcncc not necessnry. Per-. manrnt pn<<illnn. ITnlfnrmH furnished, t'vltr. cirttltrir npe 'nnd <?tjnllfl<*ittfons to "Icr- Crrnm," Box Btl, Bed Bank. fcj~to> A, A, rtjlbt. ^ ^ _ SlAlS NUftSB. Bivercrest NursInK Jinmc, ChnpUi nvtnile. Phone R, B. s-«iitn, fc n s«iitn,. _ fcx r EnfE>T(JBD HoSPIfXT medlc'nl laboratory ttchnlcinn, Stntc minh'cu- (torn. Writ*, "Technician," Box fill, Red Bsnk, HELP WANTED CLEHK-TYl'lST. age 18-23, single, Red Bank or vicinity resident, livo-day work week. Apply Bell Finance Co., 77 Broud street, Bed Bunk. (iool) PROPOBTlToN for a. man who is capable of managing a meat department. Must have good reference, lndulro by letter to "M. b." Box. 511, Red Bank. XPBUIENCEL) "BARTENDER, in small hotel. Phon. A. H. 1-B»«1. COOK Family of three, living in Rumsun, on bus liae. desiree services ol woman to cook dinner ninhtly, cacept Sundays, from 4 until». Please write, aivlnx experience and waves asked to "Pim TI»«Cook," Box 611, Bed Bank.* V After school, to do porter work in store. Surprise Store, 8 Broad 1 *»?' WSlS AN() hand nressers, light, ateady year-'round work. Apply Ad Una Bros., 244 West Front street. Bed Bank. _ CBSra hite, complete care fil f USEICBSPra, white, complete care of six«oom hotiffc, fnmily of lour. Permanent. Call Mid oalancook, serve and first-floor work. Btfertnces. Csll Bum. l-0«76. worfc. weterrnccb. ^wti imni. ) A!b For central housework, tmi'll ftmllr, plain cooklnr. electric dishwasher, laundromat, mangle: five-day week, trood salary, live out, reference* required, out-of-townerl considered. Call I between 8 and 11 A. M. or 7 and * P. M. PBINTEBS Journeymen compositors, linotype pecatori. Monmouth county newapaper. Write, "Printers," Box 611, Bed Bunk. SOUK nl*p*nsa*. Carlton SweTt Shoppe, next << Carlton theater. Phone B. B. «-2»0».» g T J I V U C P*t a#i v a > f MALE OR FEMALE. Dinhwanhtr: also gwrter. familiar with bar and restaurant work. High wanes. Write, "B. B.," Box til, Bed Bank.* BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES V4n«UM8 AND OTHBBS-J'«a ealalogue describing 400 courses. Veterans accepted under G. I. Bill. Writ* International Correspondence Schools, Box 1693, Scrantoa, fa. Local thona Market ii-ll.l. LUNCttlBOOM and soda fountain. Opposite Leonardo high school. Will jftcrinw 12,200. Partners disagree. Closed Saturdays and Sundays, CHEF For small, all year-round hotel. Phone or write, Hnrry Hauser, H. F. I).. Atlantic Highlands, Phuae I-0H61.»>m»,.»-»..' Kfocery, delicatessen, fruit and vegetable business, building and Kia*room unfinished npnrttnent, doinjr $70,000 gross buitiiiess. Excellent location, MakiiiK surrilit'43 on account of III health. Priced filtht frir rush. Write, "A. H.," Box_"ilJ, Ki'd_Hank. OAS" STATION, doink yeiir-youiiil bua«incss. Completely equipped, Ionic leiibe nt 150 per month, l'rlce $5,000. Wcnrt- Ncmetli Afcncy, 42 Broad street. Phone Kcd Bank 6-2SU0.» HIGHWAY 35 New fas station, doing year-'round builnesa. Land and buildfngl, compleu tor 116,000. Weart* Ncmcth Aienny, 42 Broad atreet, Phont R. B. «-2240.» 19 years. P. O, Building, Unnarrfe. fo& STCIP^L wrolesale biwaice routp, established ten years, diutribtltinf two nationally advertised lines of flavors, two trucks. Price $1,1100. Write, 'W. B. R-." Box til, Bed Bank.' TWO FACTOHY buiidinltal now used by fountain pen manufacturer; also small bunpalow. All on one acre, benn* tjfully Inndsunped. Total factory space 7,200 s'tunre feet. Large ntoraxe vault In basement. Room lor expansion. Nenr two railroads and New York liusea. Northern Brrlen county. By appointment. Phone Westwood B-lBg8. Agent.* nent. Phone CMHTTT5US AMBITIOUS MAN to rent' and orcrnlc two kiddy rides on locution* Phont Kennn nftcr 8 P. M. BOATS 34-FOOT SPEEDBOAT. No reasonable offer refused. Owner leaving vicinity. Call KCIWB. 6-U023.* 28-FO6T SKIFF, custom built in 184S and used only a few hours, as h. p. dray rebuilt engine, sseed IS. Ctn b* seen at Wood Boat Works, For Information, call Eat Sundays only, r'o»l> MARINE ENOlNEd. Lehman converted, 100 b. p. V-S. eight-cylinder, 1473;»o b. p. aix-cyllnder, I44S. Conversion kit Tor your 1937 to 194(1 Ford V-8 engine, fuo. Mount -English Sales Co., Ford denier, Bed Bank. 24-FOOT PLANE personnel boat, built to nnvy specifications, sturdy hull, good motor, Chrysler Crown, 11,300. Mlhtn'i Boat Worku, Monmouth Bench. BOATS Any size towed or delivered anywhere, 63-foot boat for chnrtrr by hour, day or week, Fred Farwell, II Blnaham avenue, Runnon. 16-FOOTxS-FOOT inboard, 18-lnch freeboard, with i\'z h. p. Briggs tt Slratton motor! boat and motor sew. Make, offer; 450-pound mushroom anchor, 40-foot >i-lnch chain. Will sacrifice, 150, and water-cooled exhaust manifold for Jeep or Willys, new, 120. Fred Farwell, 31 Birigham avtnue, Rumson. 2S-FOOT RUNABOUT. A-l condition. Fully equipped. Reasonable. Cull It. I. f-4188-j after «P. M. NBW OOMrr SAILBOAT; also 17-foot, 10 h. P. Inboard, complete. Phone A. H J. THE FAMOUq SXE BBC outboard motora at new low prices: l',j h, p. Stncle, H4.50; 3 h. P. single 188.5(1; II h. p. twin ; 12 h. p. twin Authorized service parts. J. H. Mount Co., corner White street and Maple ava< nue, Red Bank. me. ne«a IBRCURY MBRCURY OUTBOARD motor. Authorlied dealer. Sales and aervice. J, H< Mount Co., oorner White stree'j and Mania avenue. Phony R. B, BOGARDUS BAY BOAT, 16-foot, WisT conaln t h. p. motor, oars, cushions and cover. Very good condition. Prl«e Joralemon's Boat Yard, Monwouth Beach. 24-FOOT SKIFF. 7' 6" beam, powered by 85 h. p. Chrysler Ace. Hull and engine in first-class condition, Phone B. B, «.47.«UAL BUT If-foot, 10% h. p, Sea Wulf skllt with trailer, Without trailer I3J6. Beady for water. Seen at Chats Farm Markst. Highway 35, one mile north ot Bed Bank.* OMIUM PLATI CHROMIUM PLATING on all boat hard- 1 ware and fittings. Guaranteed to please 70U. Monmouth Plating t Poliihlng Co., 118 Weat Fron'j street, Red Bank. Phone i-1177.' 12-FOOT GrIBSAFSAK BAY sailboat. Oooi condition, balloon cloth anils. Meed reasonably. Phone fi, B, 2-01t!-M. lui-foot WEASEL asilboat, cnnplcte all rigging, together with 4.2 h. p. Champion outboard motor, and all accessorirs, two lines, one paddle, one five-gallon safety gns can. four cushions, one 15-pound anchor, one pump, two bumpers, Used only four weekends. Bargain, C. Carhart. Phone Koans. « FOOT JERSEY speed skill, practically new, fully equipped. Less engine, Must see to appreciate value, Jim Davis, i Beacon Boulevard, Kennsburg, Phone Keana, FOOT SPGBUBOAT, No reasonable offer refuted. Owner leaving vicinity. Call Kenns. >-0»2a.» OUTBOARD MOTOR. 2V4 h. P. Wnterwitch, In good condition. Phone Rum W after «P. M. Jt^u wsj* *v niiv' v 4, er«e < JOHNSWTU H. P. outboard motor. Complete with ntnnd, tools, etc. Excellent condition, I4U. Phone ft. B ' HEAVY CANOE, Jniiulro.Stanley's Diner, Broiul street. Keypnrt.* bak 6tiui3Bh, as..oot chri5o^tr, 1D3&, ut. H, P., C. C. eiiglut. Slofipi* four; head. Kiilley, itmptc cockpit, enty on Km and oil. Ho oil comjj'jon, many flccf-morles, reiisnnnblti price. Own^r movlnl. nncdn tiiah, CHII bo BCDII mul dntiil* obtainniilo nt Wllion's Bontworki wny timr. Phone L. B. fluflw* BOW BOAT, outbourd motor, hard clam rakei, ono butt It fret long, one butt 19 feet 1 lontr nnd all splices, Phono A. H. l-ltsh-w.e JOHNSON OUTBOARD cnklnc, 9.H H. P. New, never used, Complete with stand. Cull R. B. fl-28q3,«12 NEW WHITE cedar bnut>, onk timber, coppur fnsloneil, 10, 12, 14, Idfoot rowbonts, molrr sailors, life honts, Elite Rnl'ltnn Buy lloiitwurks, 122 Ilrnnd slrcut, Kfypoil. BKTr i r'r"'4»lii V lytio bottom Inhoarif, five H. P., A.K.S, nlr-coiilrd hruvy duty nnilnc, Built last 1 July, Call It, B. «-27«3-W after «P, M,, or Saturday and Sunday all 4>r, BOATS 84-FOOT MARBLEHEAU deck houbf, cabin cruieer, Trcnk cobin, double slste room, dining nook, toilet, galltr, Chrisler Royal 2 to 1 reduction gear. Engine new, Cruiser and engine in H'undoWuJ condition. Completely muluped. Spare wheel shaft rudder, etr. 1'rlcc 16,110(1. E. J. U»vl<», Coosencck Point, Little Silver. Phone L. B al; 18-rY)OT CABiN SKIFF, new 1918, with Gtay 4-1(2 Expicss; 30-foot party fishing bost t-sr, Buda; 40-foot double cubla enclosed bridge crulsir, new Os-ay in 1*48. Fair Haven Yacht Works, Fair Hnven. Phone R. B foot ttowboaf, ite. complei, with oars, "Waterwltch" outboard motor 5% H. P., good running condition, $46; Royal outboard motor, 5 H. P., almost' new. Asking 170. Phone Rum W. 17-FOOT BEACH SKIFF. Good coit dition, ready. 1^00. Can be seen at 68 Deal Lake, Point road, Wanamassa. Call Alltnhurnt 3-937S-M. HOW BOAT, 16-foot, double osrs. Idesl fur river fishing, 140. Phone Riim. '1-U722. 0'IES MAhiNE CLtltCU. Forward and reverse, 120. J^all A. H lfcltdab UaWBOAtsralso 24U-foot motor boat, equipment. For Information, write, 1921 Lacombe avenue, Bronx. 61, N. Y. UMVBIIS, MAktNR motor. 90 H. P., l'i to 1 reduction gear, I9UX21 propeller. All in xood condition. Price Al. Stetl. Phone High BOAtMErl COMPLETR line of msrine paint, varnish and bottom paints, anchors, t-halne, buoys, Manila rope, Evlnrude outboard motors, sailing dlnghys. If it is for a boat, we hnvc it. Agent' for U. S. Const and Oeodetic Survey chnrtft snd publication!*, Thp Boatman'* Shop, 24 Whurf avenue, phone fi. B. « fvlot ROWBfMT, with s'/j h. p. a!r-coolrd Inboard motor; t6r. Phone R. B. 6-0IJ92-K. 15-FOOT HULL, ''! h. p. Mercury outboard motor; Rood condition, Cull H, B.»-"74'-j lifter if, M.«S-FOOT SBA9HBIJ. plywood rowhoat, coitipl^te with oars and car top carrier; 160. Call R. B W after 6 P. M. 16-FOOT L.YMAN, with 22 h. p. Johnson outboard, like new; purchased May, 1948; fully equipped, including canvafl rover, steering wheel, nnrhor. May be seen Saturday or Sunday. Phone R._B._6-8IIOS.J. COMET SAItrHOAt, all re'finlshed; two sots of pnlls: chrofni. fitting*. Call L. B. C SNEAK BOX SAILBOAT. 16-fSoTT~o'ne KntKey race mil, one work Hail, 1947 jmei'pb'.nkpr winner. Will.scil for $2r,D or hfnt offer. Also Ift-Conl rowlioat 140, Kor nnvolntment cnll R. B, «- U4I-J I'veiilngi, ClJS'Kl!"R-B0tLT nll-ci'dar I«VfooTwiTK oiitbonrd motor nnd all accthkortr-s, Renily for watff; reafonnmr. Supfrintcndciit, Tn-ln Cnbles, 36 Riverside nvenup, Rfrt Bunk.* MISCELLANEOUS LISTINGS WANTED-H you have a bout, for sale: buyers waiting. It. V. n. Stout, 77 Broad street. Phone Red Bank «214I. ARE YOU HAVING a party t Why not rent a Juke Boa for that spatial ocrtslon. or a' P. A. system for a nominal feat Call or write Majestic Amusements Went Beraeii plaee. Red Bank. PhpneJI-jin. CALTTTArJBSsA KENrtELS for board- Ing, bathing and trimming of your pets, where they get personal care. Cocker Spaniel and German Shepherd pups usually for sale. Vsnessa puppies art guar«ntccd. Phone Mid. B-0092-R, ENGLISH SOPRANO wants engagements, weddings, parties, concerts, sacred music anytime when good slnjt- Ing is wanted. Jeanne Buchanan, 19f> Buy avenue, Highlands. Phone W. WANTED WE BUY GUNS ef any typa or inscription, us.d or new. Klslln's. Bros* ana Front strsets. Open dally I a. as. to i t. m.. and Sunday mornlnga, ANTIQUES BNI prieea pall. Cslna, lassware. pictures, statues, buttons, nettl tops, lamp,, pistols, fold coins, Ine furniture, Hoaraoutb county books, snap,. Pearl Oilman. Sg Spring strut. Bed Bank. Phone HH4a.ll. LXTE MODEL CAK and small amount o! cash. Will give one or two lots for same. Phone K. B HIGHEST PRICES for your old ear. W«buy, we sell, we trade. Coast Auto Sales Inc., Ill Monmouth street, Red Bank. Adjoining Reads's Carlton t*satsr. Phone R. B. «-S884. BOOKS WE BUY aad sell all kinds of books. Adatnson Book Shop, 87 Linden place, Bed Bank. Phona B, B. s I BUY AND SELL antique furniture, china, glass and silver. Blchmond'e Antique Shop, 42 East Main street. Frethold. Phone HfilTW WXTWKDI-A husband. A reflnad lady would like to get married to a refined gentleman, owning a farm In the state of New Jersey. Write, "W. A. H,," Box 511. Bed Bank. ONE OR TWO middle-age parsons for boarding; or furnished rooms. All home comforts. 49 Cedar street, Kelport.' Phone R. WANflSb-Old building, to meek, >y exptrlenod: wrecker, J. J, Bennett k Ion, Wrecking Co., Belfortl. Phone Kcan,, 6-H7S-W.* ADULT Willine to drive car to Cal- Ifornia anytime this month for expenses of trip. Call C W, Coleman, Rum. l-datl.* TO BUY Used station wagon In good condition. Will pay up to $1,00(1. Phone Rum Friday or Saturday A. M. FOSTER ROME far unhappy boy, age 6. Farm preferred, with no other araall children. Excellent remuneration. Write, "Foster Horns," Box 511, Red Bank.* XTENSION LADDBl, at least l! fett.' Must be in good condition. Phono Bum, W after 1 P. M. UdUSaWLEANlNG? that's the time to sell your authentically old furniture, old glassware, bisque, mother of pearl articles, china, etc. Don't wait until It geta broken. Telephone "The Hollys" Antlnueo. Rum, Antique*, rcum, i-vna.. ESTATE OWNERS Have you any fenee rails and pests, such as uled on arming psstur.i, thit you no longer need t Any else acceptable. Phone A, B SITUATIONS WANTED FABMER'S ATTENTIONI Farm hinds and dairy hands suppilsd. Phone your order and I will send th hl Q i ' Enployment Agency, 2 Y. C. Phone Cortla s suppilsd. Phone your send th, help. Quinn's cy, 121 Park Bow, K. tlandt 7-7HC. LAUNDKE8S, cxperienead. wishes work to do at home. Call Bat. 3-08H-W. CAKETAKER-MA1NTXNANCE, eltatc or apartment house, exsesieneed with toole, good appearance and manners, dependable, pleasant', no objectionable habits, gardening uperlence, coreful driver, single, excellent references. Write. "C. M.." Box r,n. Red Bank. MAN WISHES position as iinnlener or genenil handyman on private cstatf, Write. "G. P.." Box 811. Bed Bank,' VERSATILE YOUNG MAN wishes parttime work, gardening, driving, painting, bookkeeping, etc, Available morninga until 12 noon. All day Tuesdays References furnlnhcd. Writ,, "V, Y, M,," Boxjill, Boil llnnk," TWO~YOUNG~LAI)IES"wliih worktone a» saleslady, the other as stenogsaphev HIUI typist with cxin-rlcncc HI court recorder and Innurancc work. Wiltn, "M,» " Box.111, lloil Rank.* mm PRACTICAL NlfRSR would like full charge of elderly Invatlil lady. Write. TrHdtli'nl Nur»r," Hm 511, Rod Bank,* owkfi W<SHES~houseworirpirl.tlme daily or several dura weekly. WrIU, K," Box fill, Red Bank,* TODNfi WOMXIil wishes position cleaning offices and wilt do Ironing (out), Phone n. B, W after 5 P, M.' YOUNIl WOMAN, collnre and siwlar- Inl achoo) graduate, with several yenra t'xpcrloncf!, wlshea luterestlau position In Red Bank <«vicinity, please write, "A. II, C," Box 511, Red Bank. PL'AIN~l>RESSMA~KINf!, altcrntlnns nml lrninirlf-i. Ci;lj_R, B, f.hii2.w, YOUNO LAI)Y WISHES poiltlon as rer?iit[onlnl niifwcrlnir phnneii, nnd thklntr orders, Expiflenrod In rnoffdl and tilling huilness. Write, "X. t, C," Sox 111. Rsd link. SITUATIONS WANTED CARPENTER REPAIR work, palminj anil add jobs. Call A. H. I -ill 10-M. ClRL WISHES day's work. 1'hoiK K. U. (.41 lo^w, NTJRSE LiccnicJ, practical, wfth hospital and private experiencr, Avajl. bk for day, night, or relief duty. Capable, reliable woman with car. No baby or infaat cases. Phone L. B, fi J. TS T7 position of responsibility and trus*,. bl of taking full uharkc. Mfe iti- ^nc, legal, salcit and hotel cxpfeieni'c Write, "S. S.," Box 611, Red B.nV. WOMAN WOULD like to mind baby by day or week, in my own home. Will also ilu baby sitting. Phone R. B. 6- mu-u. BABY Sl'lTlNG, light home laundry nnd practical nurse. Excellent references. Billle Morris, 17> West Bergen place, R«d Bank.* COLOTtEl) WOMAN wishes to care for children nt her home for workinic olher. Will also board two. Fhnne R. B BAR SITTER, mature responsible woman fond of children, thoroughly experienced child care. Own transportntlon. Phnne R. B. «-47g».H. LAUNMlY WORK, any kind; also cur". taint. Phone B. B, t-ails-m. PART TIME WORK, cooktnttvsrircj': also baby sitting. Phon, Rum. 1- REAL ESTATE FOR RENT OFFICES In Kelly building, corner Broad street and Harding road. Apply S our broker, or J. H, Kelly Co., Red ank, TWO GARACiES 16 a month each. 2B South Htrcct, Red Bnnk. Phone 6-4U1-W after_6_p._mj BTJHSON Small house, furnlehed; also furnished room*) with kitchen wivllcgea. Phono Rum K U T I L HALL. All facilitles. Suitable for waddings, banquets, parties and meeting,. Seasonable. In heart of Red Bank. For Information, call Red Bank SUMMER RENTALS. All tlsss, all prices. Marie Cos; AeTency, Comanche Drive, Portaupeok. Phone L. B OLLY PITCHER VILLAGE. Branch and Madison, Occupancy in ten dnysl 8>i-IS2; *U-S93; Hve rooms, fills. Modern npartments. Near schools, chui'chtr, shopping, commuting, Rolsto'i Watorbury, 1«West Front street, l'hom B. II. 6-J1500/ ild'slnkss PROPERTY Iw.cnt«l nt Jl Union kini-t, Hcd Hank, adjacent to Bontmiui'K Simp, SUx5U tvh. Kirst anil iccund ftuotr, iitfli'p. Inquirn Boatman's Shop, 24 Vlhiul avenue,jli-il Hunk. MOIlKHN NKW" HOMK, ~luvfurnikliccl', r2. r i per month: furtiiahcil tl60 Plymouth. Quiet tcsulcntlnl sretinn of West Long Branch, Ntiir liun. References nml pn«e roiiulrcd. Write, "'B. C," Box SM, Bed Bank,* FUftNfSilEi) or unfurnished 1 four-room house or Mpmimtnt, In brnutlful nnd quiet rosiden'jal section, In Fair Haven, reasonable. Daily from 4 until 8 P. M., except Sundays. 103 Church street. Fair Haven.' TlSnmbAl) STRftET, Red Bsnk. First floor for business, proffr9sional, etc. Phone,B. B. ( SUMMER RfeN'tAL. Sev'en-lbomTin7i"sT7 four beilrooms: KniaKc: sun ilrck; nenr bench, race track and Kort Monmaulh. I'hone L. B J.' ALUYEAR ftouni) bungarow~airtmt _proyements. I^hone Keans SUMMER (tbntai,, Six-room "furnished hounel three bedroomn, Inrse porch; STarage, kitchen modemlccil, Philcn refrigerator, automatic hot water. Interior re-decorated, 750 season. Inquire Mra. Anna Ott, P. Maple avenue, Rlllmon. Phone M,' B0NTiAIX)W Sniall, furnished, eummer rental, kltchpn, bathroom, and small bedroom. Connie only, Hcfercnces, 1150 for eeacon. Phone Eat REAL ESTATE WANTED LIST TOUR PROPERTY for sale or rent. P. F. Kennedy, 21 Peter, plaee. Phon, Red Bint t-tmm. CONSTANCE SMITH Agency. 14 Mails aveiu,. Fair Haven. Phone Red Bank 4J Cash buyers for all tylei of real estate. UST YOUR PROPERTY with tie. Quick results and a square dial. Oreenscre Agency, 197 First avenue, Atlantic Highlands. Phone WE INVITE OWNERS to consult ue regarding the sale or exchange et their properties ia Red Bank, Fair Haven, Rumson, Little Silver and Shrewsbury only, Philip J. Bowers A Co., 189 Market street, Newark. Phon, Market or R. B M. Since PLOT OF UROUND to build a home. Red Bank, Fair Haven, Shrewsbury or Little Silver areas. Write, "Plot," Box 511, Red Bank. State location, lot number and price. LISTINGS WANTED Wt have clients waiting to purchase all type! of Monmouth county properties, For prompt action, phone, write, or visit the John L. Mlnuch Agency, Rumson rosd. Phone Rum, 1-071M HOUSE OR BUNGALOW, Five or six rooms with attic and cellar, abuut one or two acres, low* taxes, Hnuck, rd street, Astoria, Long Island, New York, H6ME TO BBNT-WUI p»y lioo per month for modern house. Must have three bedrooms. Three adults In family. Write, "R. V.," Box 511, Red Bank.' WANTED TO RENT SMALL HOUSE or apartment. Untur niahed, wanted fay Christian business couple. Yearly built. Write, "Small House." Box 511, Red Bank. GARAGE OR SHED. Commuter would like to rent for day. parking. Must be near Red Bank station, also reasonable, P. O, Box 17, Atlantic Highlands. FURNISHED HOUSE, bungalow tyle, elfht rooms, with garden. Bed Bank or vicinity. Befertnces, For further Information, call Schuyler or write. 0. Brown, li West!*> street, Mow York city.* rokt MONMOUTH. Specialist and wife only. Need furnished or unfurnished apartment within five-mile area of Post. Write. "S, W. J.," Box 511 Red Bank. APTS. tad ROOMS TO RENT I SOUTH STREET Comfortablc.hom,- Ilk* rooms. Phon* Red Bank 6-2S14. Mra, P. K)MS*i *Oiffe"ol Red locations. Call Powstra. Ban Red sd room.', it E Purnlsbsd room.. k'a most convenient Bank Mrs. MAPLE GROVK HOTEL open all yiar, Italian meals; newly dacorated. kitchen privileges, reasonable rates. Furnished npartment, gas, electric, heat included. Nenr all facilities. 08 Centre avsnue. Atlantic Highlands. Phnne , TOrTWSmNTj^Booro and beard, with plenty of hot water, Just a few door, iram Broad street. II Wai lac, treet. Phone Red Bank I.OtHl-M. DUPLEX APARTMENTS - Five rooms, private cellar; 12-foot living room-dining comblnttlonsi private front and rear entrances, Avallabl, now, R»[>r,iintativ* on presliss dally, avtnlngs and week, ends. Trsahaven Village, Trtihavtn Garden,, lath avsnue, Long Branch. fwc) FURNISHED, bedrooms, ww kitchen arlvllegss. Inquire after 5 P. M Mechsnlo strut, Red Bank, Phone Red Bnnk (10274; HO0MS IN~lM>BASANT home; nl»o bnnrd. 17 East Bergen pluce, Hed Sank. Phone It, B. ff-0818,' PXTR HAVEN Woll furnlsm room In lirniillful old house, prlvllciici: one lilcil'k (rum him, Phone R, B, los.'.r NIlW 'DUPLKXr'tlvcrtKiln' spattmeni," Be«t view river; private liomci oil leat and hat water, modem hath ar,d luhjtij unfurnlllisil,. JUMPL Sssla, 134 Rlvtriiat tvanui, rarai X. I, OSSt.* APTS. MM. ROOMS TO RENT LAKUli NEWLY Jcrorulxi front room on dccontl floor with running water Al The Woman's club, 164 Uroad ilrcct, Red Bank. PINli'"BHJGE, Kumson. Large b.diuom, hi private home; nrsr bus line; Karate iivailnblf. Utlsineib man. Phone Hum. 1-iiTa».R. fwo TARGE attractive furnished bedtoonifl, private honu, residential section. Conveniently locnteil. (larsgti vnihiblf. I'hone 'I'rlKEE-HOOM "furnished av'artmciit," K6, Including all utilities, Phone A. II. 2-VV4U. LAKCE FURNISHED room, eeml-privafe bath. Short block to buslnffl* district and all bus lines. S7 FetM-s jilace. Red Bank.* BKAUTIFUL" BKIIillT well furnished four-room nnd bath apartment, overlooking bay, Atlantic Highlands. Call 1!. II. 6-4U41-.I. on rivpr, near depot. Privht* entrance, ix mouths' lease, 190. Phone It. B. U, with.lougl^t.ed; for coup It; utrvicc mru iwrcferr'.'fl, Kitcbru privilrktl. At] tttilitlei fur- Homrlikc urroundirna. Cnli R. H. f-152«i!l _^_^ AUGU'ROOM, tlre'ctiwr, newly <tcet«- ntcc]. No housekeeping privileges, Inrst* room, second floor, nr«t to bath, litrbl housrkoppinir. Plenty of hot wntrr. Quirt locution. Onr> block from Red Bank at tit ion. IS North Bridge venu*. Call R. H. B TWU-ROOM npartment, with ihowsr; very t hin* included. 22 Nnveiink avenue, HiKhUndB, Phon* High. 1- FURNISHED Unlit housekeeping room, livitilahlo to one pteson rnini? tn butneaii, desirable reslrientlnl nelghhnrhond. Kent Includ.s Prlajldalr,, linens, and all utilities. Phone R. H.»-0400-K. UfAgTHfflT, TSTTe rooms find bnth. Beautiful ocean view, high. All improvements, privnte en* trntice. For BOHton. Cliff liodire. Scenic Drive. Atlantic Hltrhlnndi, Phone A. H. i -n i* 37. ATLANTIC HlOHLANfrS. Four-rnom MpHrtment, plrtibiitit surroundinks, modern furniture, bnth and ihower, refrigerator. Convenient tn Rrioppinf* rtlitrict. Cull nutr_h}m,_a,jk. N0»68-M. AIN STREET, nclford. Woufd you like a nice front bedroom, double bed, with lmth, television and telephone In home? IViendly plnp«. You linn feel st home; nnir rnilroad station and irus servlf,. Cull Kcnn,.»-1 Ipg-M. ', AND 4 l,i -ROOM npiirtnunln, unfurnished, recently modtrnised. all conveniences, in beautiful section. Furilshed Sli-room npnrlment and comfortable rooms, nesr wnttr, storm, etp, ipnly (. Third avenue, Atlnntic Hiirhjnuls. luilvmb lit* ot kitchen. Al«c MadTson, Wayside road, Pine Uruok, Kuton- (iwn. I'liuli... Kul. a-okko-w-'j, lii'twcen i li N.I,S P. M.' UOOM Wit! eml-urlvitte kitchen. Ten minutes walk tu Fort Monmouth, til Per wteli. Cnll Eat. 3-Ogl I 'fhkeb OH FOUR rooms unfurnished, ils, cltclvli'ity, bt,l'; (Mate spaco l>lii'd, rcniionable. Call Mid Arrfheeriul rooms. Can be rented singly or double. 40 WiwthUy street, Bed Bank, I'hone R. II. «-l644-h. # FUiiNTBUE'li ArARTSiENT; ^fhtea'. rooms and bath (second floor), l(cfrikcriition, Ras, nulumallc hot wnle.r, liiutulry; Kat'aKc. Ailulls, 11G Sluing Ml-ict, (oupu.'i'.e McUicn) Kcd Unnk. B ::!<» or week-end.* LAIiliE l'-uitnrsllkd"ii >a,liihnt. Lu^apart ol' house. Four ruoms HIUI lutth, Trivate fntfiince: lui'kg yard: \t bim-l; rrora bu» line, «i0 weekly. I'hone Hum, MltC«' MltC«. luv'kkl'ront apartmtnl, 4 ',4 Ia77. roums, modern, private, picture window, view of river, 1125 monthly or summer rental 11,100, Write, "Rlverfronl," Bo» 511, Bed Bank.' I'OHT MoKMCTTTtTThrce-rooni furnlshcd bungalow, Water, electric, week, month or season, reasonable., large yard, near tralra, bus, bench. Cooper, York avenue, nenr Route 38,*^ BEI>noOM-sTfTiNG ROOM, with kitchen privileges. One block from Broadway, l,nnit Branch. Reasonable. Phone L. B. 6-3»«2-M.«OKFURNISHETTSpartinent. Five roomat tile bath, heat and electric furnished. I7S, Newly decorated. Located on Center vl Ik; s-oiul, opposite Centervlll, «chool,_off Highway 36. O. Hock«njoi.. FTJRRlSMElVTlOOM srwavcrl/ plncv Kcd Bank.* KOOM8 With or without kitchen priv. ileges. All modern conveniences, lots of hot water. In town, convenient to station, buses anil stores. Must be teen to bo appreciated. Call R. B. 8-2U93-M.«>.»- FUKNISHED JMIOM, kitchenette and private lavatory, suitable for business man or womnn. Convenient to busts. I'honf R. B f HnM-ROOM apartment, unfurnished nnd two-room apartment unfurnlahed, 101 Brond street, Phone R, B, or GOOD SIZE BEDRO6M In deiirabie mmeulihl section of Pair Hav»n, for biisinrts man only. Write, "E, H.," Box.'ill, Red Ba^nk. SMALTrFKofiT CENTKR room en second floor of Woman's Club, 184 Broad ulpt. Red Bank. LAKGB ROOM Kor on, or two p«opie". B!oek from all bua lines. Phone H. B * FUK&lSHBb RO6H. Horn, surroundlng>. Reasonable rate. Call R. B. "442-R nftcr 8 P. M. Ooupl, Weferred.' 1 I D ^ l^ltk\i4utfwtt TT^l ^r =-:, mom, fo Peters place. Red Bank.. Phone -S03.1." THBtiri-BOOM furni.hed apartr^vtile bath, private poroh and entrance, $76 a month: VI minutes from Red Bank, on bin line. Phone K»»n». 1-12li2 M. ROOM Furnished.' Nice quiet place. Bath and kitchen privileges. Near iftntiou and bus line. Single ay couple lilsimui'efij'**"* «a. * FU^I3HerTAPAlltMr»Twitrrpfiv"Bte hath and kitchenette. Available Fri. dnr. Call Bnt.»-l»l».J." ROOM With lavatory and sink.'separate entrance. Locattl an river, ne«r rnllroad station and bus. Ideal for but- Ineis couple. Phone R. B, I-4S18-J.* TW6 flo'ijrflb~«oom one single. with kitchen privileges or without, by the week or senaon. Csll R. B. «.24i2.M. LAftr.E fjoublh ROOM, kitchen prlv. ilegei. Walking distance to Fort Monmouth, one block to stores, bus line, Phono Eat J. BO Lewi, street. Eatontown. fwotpimslshbtj itoohs. alngl. or double: also rarage. 114 Hnrding road, Red Bank. Phone R. B.»-30liH-M.«'".nuw ^ uu.,11-.,,. APARTMENT. Mc«ly furnished, three rooms and bath, modern kitchen, utllltlm supplied. N,ar store!, rnllrond, bus. CHII A. H R. P^fI^TTid7 ^ETi«dOM7sTiSle7TrTh75ckr morton avenue. Phone R. B. d-aih-m. FURNISHED ROOMS, three In private home of Mr. rnd Mrs. Charlie Lan. dnu, brand new home and furnishings. Ono or two In room. We. also have an nnsrtment consisting of three rooms and private bath (no kitchen), Rates are right for the right guests. Thone» B «357 f». B. «7 f. FURNISHED APARTMENT. Bedroom furl sitting room combined, bathroom, kitchen, refrigerator, utensils, running hot water, utilities supplied. Buslnesa coupl, preferred. Thro mlnuie, walk from rallronil nnd bus, 147 Bridge ave> nu«, Red Bnnk.* APARTMENT, furnished. Four rooms nnd Inrzu aunporch: separste entrance; two or three adults; yrar-'rouml cr season. Murthn, IS Third nvenue, Atlantic Hlghjandl. FU'ltNISHESD APARTMENT7~~s7nnniel' season rental. Beautiful nnd completely furnished flve-room npartment. two h.'(lroom«, psrlor, dining room and kitchen, every electrical convenience, Must hnv* raffrenc*. Miar bus am! rnllroiiil. Anplv *< Wallace street, Red Ilnnl. artrr t p. M. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE TWO-STORY HOUSE, Excellent bur. Between two hliihwayt. Inquire John Mnnxl, 50 North Linden nvenue, I.onf Branch, or rhnne»-43m-r,* RIO FtAkliAlN for someone who wish,, IHTKC home, New elkht^oom hotis,, nntl yim dn the decorating, Will sell for vital itt huittllnie, tor beat rea,onablp offer, White or refined colored, Aut quick* ly. OolnK away; Call Mid. r,-0366-m-l. CIVILIAN (IR~(T"I, Now frnir room* and buth; hardwood floors, built-in rfiliutnl'. kitchen nrnl hnthroc-m walls cnniputn Congo-walls, tile floor: o" icut I S300 down payment, full lotrnl ecu 139; nurnhase price 1S.700: monthy paymalua 147,31, 15 years. V, SpililofT, Cimpbill a»«nu«, fort MesBeuteV REAL ESTATE FOR SALE TWO-YEAR-OLD furnished br,rne on two beach lots, riparian rights; 111,- SOU for liuick sale. Attractive terms. Phone High. 3-IM6. atbautlful SIX-R0"OM boui. ia~gut lonlal Tcrracs. Two Tull baths, playroom in cellir; attached iiarake: Iteam heat, oil l*ired: reakotiable tajte-3. Prire I.IIOO. Immeiliute occupancy. Allaire it San Agrncy, Inc. l'lione_isj ifliewsuurv. Tramcdlate occupancy; New Cape Cuff, four rooms, h.ifh. extended attle, full rellar. oil heat: 7iilil Rniy ternik. Key-. 8 Monmouth street. Phon«_!". I). B-SIXS. LOTS Ail lota cleaned. Hive all facilities i/i new development. S z«apilso. lone *.o bus and business, l'hon, R ^ SUNrJYCRfcST. Q. L homes. ifaimor.. Brothers. Little Silver. Phont RH ank_6-31itl7_or Red Dunk_«-07«5.. J. CRAWFORD COMPTON. Ine. Real estate and Insurance. It It'a a horr.f, lota or Insurance, we hare) It. Route,1'. Bd/ord. Phon* Ktansburg i-iosa. itadow LAKE I'AkK Aleauder aeetion, acre plots: a modern restricted residential develoiinisnt; V. H. A. aaproved; school adjolrtlng, close to rail. road station; lake privileges. A faw tine horns sites still available. See your real, tori also E. Alitander, on the premlaes. Phone Bed Bank «-1476-J. H BUY In a Road neighborhood Eight rooms, generous plot: taxes SSS. Bus line at ynur door step. Price 112, Immediate occupancy. Allaire 4} Son Agency, Inc. Phone K± li. 6-34S0. AU.AIKK a SOrTAOKNCT INU^tiii: ly built bungalow In ftumson. Mving room, kitchen, two bedroums; garage; oil heat. Eaccllcnt locality. Asklag price Call Red Bank 6.445(1. OOUHLE HOUSE Seven room) ar.'l bath. Recently renovated ; large lot. two'car garage: K nd neikhbr#hoor]: reasonable taxes. Asking price 115,000. Allaire * Son Agency, Inc. I'hone R. B ^ FAJR HAVEN Near'Tc'hooI and bin. House, four rooms and bath, eapsnsinr, nttlr, hot water heat, oil burner. Small down payment, balance on easy terms. Call R. II. H-35-K aftrf [i:30. PAUL R., Realtor, Farms and farm estates. Etata Highway 34, Uolmdel. Phone Holmdel Mill. bun'ialuw Three bedrooms, tile bnth. oil heat. Immediate uccupnncy. "MUUA«ot Toys," Atlantic Highlands. Phnne A. H IDEAL HOME-On Broad street, for a doctors office. Four room,, lavatory for the doctor and sit rooms for hi* family. Thret-car gnr.iirc; hot water heat, gns fired. Orcupancy within n reasonable time, Price $2!>,O0O. Allnl.-e fc Kun AKeucy, Inc. Phone It. B. 6-:l4,'.f). SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE, two bedrooms and bath, living room, dining room and kltchtn down; two bedrooms upi garage; pre-war, in excellent condition, A-l location In Little Silver: 127,000. Early occupancy. R. V. R. H. Stout, 77 Broad street. I'hone Red Bank RUMSON Op.n for ln,p,etlon. Two new Av,-room houses in "Oak* woods"; also two new ranch houses, three bedrooms, two bnths; in Pin, Kidy, Bcutiou. lniiuiie (Jenerai ffnwnrd 8. Borden. Phone fcum. 1* llio. fio USK frtcriifir s piii rwti ingi. k cttit\ htal,»ixe 'J 1x28. Own«r to furniih paint f«r interior and eatisicir: ht,-,uxu6. Everything 10,450. Call R. M. B-a2O7._ BXCr3l"Tl6MAL BUY. SLvruoni houte^ On hus line, near stores, two schools. Located in Shrewsbury, Asking lirire $11,500. Allaire 4 Son Ag.ncy, Ino. Phone R. II. 6-fMjifh SK-KOOM STUCCO house, in excellent neighborhood, Fair Huvcn Utcatl'in. Handy to bus, stores, schools. Una-car Knrnitf:; hot water oil heat. Asking price $13,FjUU. Immediate occupancy. Allaire t Son Agency, Inc. Phon, R, B F1VB-UOOM BRICK bunkalow, with <x. psnsinn attic, fireplace, tile powder room, two baths, hot water heat, oil fired. Excellent condition: reasonahle taxs$> Immediate occupancy. AaklnsJ prlee 111,000. Allaire * Son Agency, Inc. Phone H. B. «-i460. rjiiat, MVETROOM bungalow, In good condition. Hot water heat, oil fired, l,00d-nnllon tank: taxes $80. Immediate occupancy. Asking price $13,200. Allaire A Son Agency, Inc. Phon. R. B. S-SISO. LARGE ROOMY HOUSE, in excellent condition. Four bedrooms, oil heat; largo lot feet. Open porrhes; two-car garage: near river, Meal neixhborhood. Asking pries 120,000. Allaire A Son Agency, Inc. Phone R. B. < 34B0 SIX-ROOM HOUSE, in Fair Haven. R«cently redecorated. Convenient location. Hot water, oil dent; taxtt Asking price (10,000. Allaire * Son Agency, Inc. Phon, R. B. 4-34B0. DELIGHTFUL HOMtTtor K delightful family. Livlnir room, dining room, tile kitchen, lavatory and den. Four btilrooms, and tilt bath, steam htat; two-ear (stage; larg, lot. Eicelltnt location. Immediate occupancy. Price 116,000. Allaire 4k Son Ag.ncy. Ino. Phon, R. B WATERFRONT BUNGALOW. Fully furnlshed. Including deep fre.ser, ("rigidelre, B.ndlx wnsh«r: six rooms, tile bathroom, fireplace, recreation cellar, full bath, expansion attic, hot water, oil. rlrtd beat; 2!i acr.i. Newly built two room, nnd bath gueat house: 117,000. Marie Cox Agency, Comanche Drive, Portaupeck. Phone L. B BUNGALOW Fire rooms ami tmth, oil fired ateam heat, enpaution attic with threa finished bedrooms, screened front porch: corner lot eixllo, nicely lanritcaped. New awnings: garasi. H«rgaln ot 113,000. Mario Cox Agoncy, Comanche Drive, Portaupeck, phone L, B. t-noi. FAIR HAVEN Built rectntly, eight rooms, two baths, hot water heat, Small amount of work necessary '.o complete. Sacrifice at (16,500. Call R. B SECLUDED COUNTRY home site, l^ miles to Red Bank station. Apple trees, brook, nearly four acres; (1,(00, Call R. D, ,-R or R. B C6MPLlTtrBbAt~YAlTDr- Dick" tnd building, equipment, supplies, row. boats, outboard motors; (18,000. Marl, Co* Agency, Comanche drive, Portauperj^Pho^JJ^JM^ls ej.j^jm^ls. E X E LOT, 75x100, In Shn-tw*- bury. Sacrifice. Thnc blocks from but llne^cnll R. B. «-4O44-J, after h P. M. CKARMINO CENTURY" <ild~hou««~lti Navitink. Living room, nreplncn, dining room, new kitchen, breakfast room, two bedroom*, new bath, automatic hot water, oil burner. Corner picket fence, ctimhlng roses, ftneed in garden. Completely renuvatsil sntl redecorated, Phune A. Hj W, roultry FARM^/T~S"T"?iTi OULTRY FARM^r/lnTS«esTb?icTi bungalo*, five rooms and bath, fu,l cellar, hot water, oil burner; hen houses, All buildings In good condition All necessary equipment. Phone Free. 9-07I8-W-1 noon. THOMPSON AfiENcy~Banerr~ liousait All slaei and prices; (10,100 to (28,. S00, or built to your plans. Fmm«. homes, cst.itefl, lots, acreage. Thompson Agency, 81 East Front street, Phona P.. B, * LOT Monmouth county's most desirable location, "RIvrr O»kn," Fnlr Haven. Sizt 100x190. Water right! to Shrewsbury river, 12,500..'J'hono R. B, I W.* UOWNTOWN RBO BANK. Small, neat, well car«< for countr. Flv. rooma and bftth. Near rvery.hlnfr. Priced for quick sale nt $9,000, Schwnrtt.Msrk. lin, «Whjle ilrrm, Phone R. B. H-3I2I. RED BArik (;ood home In fine dowr.. tr>wn Ineation. Kl\ roonn nml bnth. Near everything. Priced right,t $S,«iion. Srhwnrtt-MnRklln, 8 Whit, atreet. Phone R. B. fi-3_l_21_. RED BA'fiK tflcely Incated home of sis rooms and bath: garage. Priced al ttl.soo. Schwnrlt-Mncklln, 8 Whlto street. Phone R.JI. 8.,1121. LTiTCE SILVER I7nvrly new~itory"7m( a hnlf home. First floor hns -t Vj room nnrl bath: second floor unfinished Near school, hus and storea. Renlly a moilern small home I'rlce $I1,BDO. O, I. mortgage of $10,SOO avnllablc. Estlmated cmrylng chnrve $>5 per month, SchwiirU.Miu'klln, II Whlto sired, Phone fw'6~biunltnew~ali-'y"<inr.roun(l bungnlows: Tour rooms and bsth: sll Improv.mettt,, Price 9A,.*»0*l such, Trrms Ml b, anihgrf. Phone K,ui. Oil", REAL ESTATE FOR SAI i FAIR HAVEN Lovely new 4lj-room bungalow. Fully decorated And ready _ move into. Full cellar, air conditioned heat, oil. Really a eate home. I'ric* 69,9.'i0- No itown payment foi a veteran who earns (65 per week. Kchwarti-Mack'in. 8 Willtt street, Ked Hank^ Phonj^ Yff. H*AV6 "HdXiSER you cn'n afford." Many of them under ( Veterans ne*j tittle nr no tlown payment. You ran ov/.i r. ho'jie lor the rent you are.y i j c Come in and see ui we will prove it to you. O'.]r mortkske seevi.:* In comtilete. We do the work. Schwartz Uarklin. is Whit* ttreot. Phone R. B JTTJST RROUCED. (9.SA0. Really a steal. Ktucra, eiifht rooms, four b»drot>ms, creent-il porehe^, sun room, hardwoo'j floor?, dry ceilsr, hot wst'r oil heat, rnmhinjilion Rath, large mo<]f*n kitrh«:i, breakfast nook, rabjnets. Perfect locn- (ion. On* hloek to traini. himeg. near schools. Mores, b^nchef. etc. Creek by hife. lx>w '.axeii. Immediate po^nestlon. Very eny terms. Will hold mortem**. Phnne Jvenns FArlM*. ifteverett", on Eve"retT-"HoImT ilel road, clone to rhareh, I \'-. acre 1, cultivated ground: two-story hr,un*. six rooms, hot air heating, slectricity and all city comfort. Rstahliflhcd tionfery: Wjrht MUtbuiidin^s; garage f^r two ram: herrief, nrrhards. All huildinli in very l d order. Kor details, phone R. B J-l. CUNNISON HOMES. New maitir aeries, thre,,tr.»<i, 1900 to (1,50*) down. Eleven dtlux* sixes to eicht roomi. IVI hnthl. Hizhest qunlity. Immediate delivery. Cstaloau*. Write Everett H. Thome, King's Highway, Mlddlttown. iln«witter In eticli room; nicely furnished. Write "I.IUKC Hnamlnt Nn>ue," Hn.iSH.Jted B«nk.» _ TAiU HAVEW Three-bi'iiroom MmT liungfltow, nesr rlvor: an excellent buy for $8,000. Wenrt-Ncmelh Ajenry, 42 Bronditr.e^FhoneJI.._J;"!_'"40, t REAL ESTATE FOR SALE O T O T A l, S i r > n s each: reasonable. Must b* removed from property. Call Hitch OWNER FORCri) to sell. Rumson, Pin. RldgD section; six rooms (thr«. btitrooms), til. bath; built 11)40; oil, steam heat: garage. Lo*. 100x150, ba.utiful re«idenlial area; $lj.000. Call num , SKVfcJTKofjM HOUSE, g'ootpiocslion"; l*son(1wsy, l^ng Branch. Kasy and...bnpunfrivt to hekt; storm windows, itcreens; porch enclosed; warm, <lry celliis*; two-cur larasce. HeaSonKble. Phone L. H. «.»08, E"A» r ""jfeajfltwlrff^-bunitaiow, foiir fjomt: with tmj-cnr x»r.iire: very good rpniiltion 1, Mime improvi'mentp. *' ir ichrml. i. Papa, Kentucky nve-, nesr Thompson av«nue.' of Itum'on's flncst residential»«tions; 2* ai'res loeate'l on top of a knoll. An meeptional opportunity for a ditcriminntlng buyer. Ses your own broker or call Rum. 1-1W. A~RKAL BARGAIN Kaltie, with four apartments; good income. 3«l!ine because 1 want to go to California. For IriforiTi.-Hon c»m n. II, «.4'!28-J. # " ' IflKAfXV locatcitnome witil water tntrnnce to South Shrews* bury; moi'rrn in every rrspect: thrca Ijcdt'ootnfl, plus pine panelled flrn, on ei;cond floor, Itrrakfft*! mom ovffloultink Iflltoon "ntrftiiit tn river; til',i l:iv«'.«ry mi ba-h, Rtfriarrator included; mnid', room; Karngt. I'rlred at I; 1 '*,* 000. C. K. ffreden,,shrewsiniiry, phon* n. B. «-l««l, or fi. II. Nevlus, R, D,». lli. J^* MTTl.E 3I1,VBR «ix-room Colonial home, henled sun porch; Sllvfe-whlt. Csrrf.ns; large plot, 1 no-foot front. Excellent purchase: first-class residentlnl urea. Pric.d at $22,000. C. F. Borflnn. Shrewsbury, phone R. H. s-lflfll, or (!. II. Nevlus,_R._B. *zi.m^ HGl* HANK HOME, four b#d rooms, excel If nt reaidtntiftl locnilon ; 'lefp plot, 325 feol; modern kitchen, fits! floor lavatory, tiled hath, tun porch find KftritRc. Atkinir $20,000. C. F. Durd«n, Hl'rtw.biirjr, phon«r, B. *-!««!, or,;. H, NevluH, R. H. «-l4itg?j*> VvF LiT~lftffttM~-Dmn\t*h\e locution, n«ai*»chool: bedroom, full buth on flr-t floor; Ihrti uddltloml b«<l roornn, bxth, Mfond floor. Modern kitchen; <i>inched */ir««#; 111,000. C, F. Dorfien, Sliri-wiitury, phont R. B. «-ll«l. or Q. H. Nt-viui, H. B., i-ieaa-j.* EA1ONTGWN tf#w ColonUt home, flnt comtruotlon, 11 vine room, firfplncn, J-rn, mmltm kitchen, four lnrti* bedrnoitii, two tiled bat-hi, Koehlcr he»l; attached Kn.mfe. Price below colt at 121,000. C. P. Bordin, Shrewsbury, G. H. N«vlm, Rfd Bunk " H*N6BUROgaTn7Tet g lows, one nll-y«ar-'round, two aummfr bungalows, good income, All for (7,500. Phone Keans.»-02t6. ONS-hOOM ROUSE; two-cur garrntp; lot 75x922. Second houic from Frost av»n«f, RJT«ri>td* Hnl*rU«. ftlrhwity 3',, Immtdlit* poritiilon. Hr«. H. A, Cooper. Phon«A. H..-1-»«2-J. tovbl* TO LOOK~Xt :=: Xlmo»t new red brick home, two but roomi, tile hath nnd kitchen, llvinjr room, din in* room, powder room; Bnrag* nnrf breet-*. way. Ntw G. E. ituve, Venetian blln-li, storm ih and icreena, oil heat. Must dell inimedintfly. Atklng 112,000. Ci!l I, B , Ubfit. TOSETffiouTrof«iro«nt, Including three bedrooms and sewing room: two-car garage. Perfect condition. Nicest residential street In Red Bank. Priced to tell. Call IV_B.JM!UI. BEAUTIFUL WHITE stucco bungalow, in. Campbell's Junction, Two bedrooms, kttehsn, dln«tt«snd living room with nak flonrt. All improvements, full cellar, nil burner, steam heat, electric hot wafer heater. Access to all bust*. Can amnge mortgage. Call K,ans ACRF. FARM to let, or here, tip top land, tractor and farm tools: altn stand on Route 4, «,tabl!sh,d businvix; furnished four-room flat. Phone Mat. I-2IS29-M-2. NAVF.SirTJt Sturdy five-room hurunlow. Lartis plot. Two bedrooms, modern bath, n*w MaKlc Chef range, hot water circulating nm heat: two-rvir ff-irat;*. Asking (d.lton. Byrne Asency. Phone Rum. 1-1 Ufl." AtLANTIC HtnBLASf)S: w7l.b,tllt two-family home. First floor four roomi; second floor flv* rooms. Hnt; air oil heat. Bnrgnln price *15.'tfi0. Terms nrrangtd, R;rn«Agency. Phone Rum. 1-M50.- _ ftranttbusiness eittbllrhment. Pr.Ter.lly used a«a t«v«rn. hotel anr! packan* Rtore, Proprietor has aroor! In* enme. Kitchen and bsr equipment Included In sale. Asking Brrn* Agency. Phone Rum. l-tlnt).* THE DENNIS K. BYRNE agency I, anxious to Hit your horns for r«nt or sale, Cnll at t West River road, Rumson, or phons Rum, 1-11 SO.* MONMOUTH BEACH. Exelusiv. t«nroon. home, fronting on ocean. Eiulit bedrooms; two-car gns'agc; larice perch nil nround second floor. Immediate occupancy. Baawn at M2.SO0. ByrM Akency. Phoi,t_Kiim. I-1130^ KAIR HAVEN Excoiitionalir~5nc~iirroom home, three bedroom,, Uampti' controilid flreplace, linen closst, steam heat, laundry, recessed Ironing board, oak floors. Asking (16,000. Byrne Agency. Phone Rum. 1-1 ISO.' ^ "?^ SL ' L ' r»-s-fiiijj. munt num. i<iinu,* RUMSON Modern nttrrctlve flve-room bunmlow, two bedroomi, dinette, hut water oil heat, receased radiation. Chnrmlnr terrace btitwccn bunaatow nml one-car ffarjifr. Afklny $1-1,000, B>rm) Agency. Phon# Rum ;* STCSWTIC Ht'GllDrNnsr~Sturdy family-wiic 12-room home in reimtntliii locality. Eliht bedroonn, hot air conl heat, laundry, ftiie onk flooring. Immediate occupancy. Aiklnfc 110,500. rnc- Aitency, Phone Rum, ," wwcttfiisi9xcaiiricin subiun tint flve-room hnma, two ihrne bedrooms, tnth, tilniifd-in title porch, oiicn front porch; two-mr trrritrt; beautiful around*, Aiklntr IS,720, Byt-ne AeiMicy. Phnnp Hum: 1-1 ISO.* VARIATIONS IN""COLOR. gt.nint new bunfriilow, Living room, kitchen, two ot 1. nixnl hrdroonu, bath, oil hunt: onfr Bfj-iiH'. (fraud lochtlon, tn chnrmini; roubli. Aiklntr 110,500, Byrne Agency, Hum. 1-1 ISO.' f F UIdrnlfy iltuatetl for ihof plntr, H'huolt, chuichei and Irntiitmr* a tion. Polfrthtfuf four-room bunnulow,,l\mnjr room, moil am kltchi-ti, two bedoom», b«th, hot Kir oil hctit. Aittlng H0.,ion. Byrnt Agoaoy* Thon* Bum. ili30» HOME In good neighborhood Uviiig and dining room, tirtj-la^t, four bedroom a, hot v/a'.ec hiat, <j;l bjrncr; tarxt plot; $U,750. Ucuve rf. Schfia-sk Atfcnry, 6 Linden place, i'hone H. U SILVER. " Comniu^.r'i ~'homi, brick cor!*tr ir-;.nn, i:i rif*: \,v'.nx zoorn, fw(-1> «>:«. I»'j**Jrr if.oru. ' *o.j"jrnf.'m!, bath, a ;r rn:i'. ic ;> > \ vat'r h < J*.: j a run*. ; Sri.ui/O. II' urk< A..-Vnan':k Aji«:.' >'. 3 I/R'JtT. ;»i.-n-<. taow: R. B, Ncrnelh A%F:,V/ inii \>*. cur.r.acud at nny t nit afttr (»ti'n.-e ho'it-i or ^ jr.da.y* by ci!;i.-i«ti»;m.:nhii ;;-'j:, ;6, H"t Btnk G'MW-M or iit-i B*r.kJi.<'2'iii-'W^_ SHTcbWaitliitY Nfcw ' six-iuom ijriek vene'r home *rj\ allachc-l jfataarti Tile bnth, uutrjiri;r.;<: htht.. Only oni block to bui. OiUtandin^ value at $18,* t)'j<). Weart-Xtmeih Agency, 42 Uroa4 tr«t,_k<_d Uank. i'hone R. B. 6-Z24O.* itr, Cai.v«n!cni U> b JS. Excellent com dition, cununictcd in l'j-1'i. Price 3,«y00. Weart-N<inieth Agency, -42 Broa4 * J 1 L ^ 4. f-ivfc-ruom iemi-bunjfalow with attached garuiie; tile bath, iteam, oil hejit; iot 100x104. Exctilent buy at f 13,000. Wenrt-NtmeVh Aatncf, 42 Broitl juj'-ft-.''*i»n«_0i Q- 6.22*0.* EATONTOWN Ffighway.i» iocaticn, Ifipal for comb.nntlon dwelling and buair^sh. V'w* rooms and bath; Karat*. Excellent condition. Trice f'4,7ao. Wcart- Namith Aernry, 42 Broad itreet. Phont R^'J» ). HE1) BANK 'i wo-iiniily, 12-room hous#. fxreiient location. Price 112,* 90((. Wtiiri-Nemeth Aaency, 42 Broxtl»trt«f._ l'hf-:i* It. H. - \*J.* RBU KANK S.x rooms nnd'bath, ideal rrsiilential neighborhood. Price 11 2, W'Hrt-Ntfti-neth, 42 Broad % t.tfft,_ I'h-mf H. H. n.'iz-iu* FAIR HAVEN Thr*Vhednj-.m buntca." low, ho*, wattr htnt for oil, fulf haae- meni; ithrax*-; int im'ixiou. Immediate occupuncy. i' S,.*,II'I. Weart-Nemeth Ait^nry, (2 Kroml itrect, I'hone R. B, UTVLK SI LVKH New fi ve-room" bvr". (C.ilow, t'xyii;;. -:fin attic; attached itar,ij{e; h'lrd wood tluocs, hot water with oil, firapince, P-irc SI Wr*a*t- Nometh Ajffiiry, 42 ilrond street. I'hon«R.JI U." EATONTOWN Four-bVclroom bun^st low, automatic hot uir heat; lot JtOx'iOO. Convenient location. Asking pric-! II l,.*ft'i. \Vciirt-Nm*th Agency, 42 IironrJ tre#>t:_i'hoi.«-r.j * 'AUt' 'UAVKX liivtr Onkr. Pre-war built, 100x1,".1, o:t ht-nt. 1'ive roomi ittachcl K<irHR<>; screc-ned porch. exi>an. tinn attic; tiie bntli, exlra lavatory. Now vacant. Constance Smith, 14 Maple ave* nue. KH[T Hnven. Phone Ft. fl d. FAifT HAVKN Np"ar "Red Bank lin*. t'u ffin*!rurtfd. ;ini( in perfect ronon. Four roomn first flonr. lavatory, losed [>(;rrii, fhr'ft b"drooms, bnth onil flotir; l.irne plot: two-rnr Ksrage; hent. /'or quick «alf $15,9fl9. Frnme- (iii\t«occupnncy. Constance Smith. 14 Mntilr avenue, Fair Haven. Phon«R. B. «2 ^ ^ SHKKWSHUKY "TOWNSHIP On but Jin*. Incom* nroperly, three imajl fnrnijhffl nnnrtnirrntri; two-cnr gsrafc. Very attractive nsterlor and Interlnr, hen ted by oil. In com A 1250 month. Constinc* Smith. 14 Maple avenne, Filr Haven. Phone H. B. f-g.iob. ATrRACTIVE NEW bungalowi It Little Silver, Easy tcrmi. 3e«Canitnnct Smith, 14 Mnpl«avenu«, Fair Haven, Phon* K. B ^uatl^»tvtn room*, tarve KiuitrMls; oil heat, two.cir Karate-; immcliatc occupancy ; f I'J,500. Con itimu't 3mit:i, 1 i Maplt tvenu*, phont H. n. «-^.'los. IiKl> BANK, of BroVd*itreet. beautiful horns with four bedrooms, large living room, dininy room nnd modern kitchen. Bargain, at Conatanr* Smith, 14 Maple avenue, Fair flonmuufh BKACH. Attractive pacloiu home. One nrre, Ei^ht roomi, two bat ha, powder toom, excellent condition; two-cur gnrugi? with apnrtmcnt abovp, u'ltomiitic heat. Askinc 2.->,00U. Immudlrite occupancy. Cons trine* Smith, 14 Mnplo avenue, Fair Haven. Phon» R. B ; EXCLUSIVE SECTION of Uttie SUvtu Pen-war construction. Cctfhpie:eJy rcn» ovntcrl inairle and oiitlide. One acre; eivht room*, two baths, nil modern. Automatic hestj two-cnr irnract. Owner Koin«South. A good buy. Conit.uico Smith, 14 Maplfl avenue. Fair Haven. Fhont.R.. P.. 8--J303. ifkyfout H'U'a'lSCSS building (brlelifr throa ttoroi, thr.-u ifurtmenti. Good investment; ni'-unk price $13,000; terms. Comtnnce Smith. 14 Maple avt* nue, Fnfr Ifavcn. Phone R. li B. UTUtiLWomi"HiCli*AY"ss, mall hniixe, al! improvement*: Katast. Plot 30x150. Located in busincis zone. Ask* infc pric<?,, 12,000 cash, faalanc* Jon^ term mortxngc. Constancy Smith, U Mnplf avenue. Fair Haven. Phont R^H. « ^ I'Oft'fATlPECk On but line, clos«to senshore nnd Monmouth race trick, Heautlful home, approximately 1>4 acrck; eight rooms, two baths; txtra lavatory; modern kitchen: two-c»r ia. nire; oil burner. Asking , exclusive asm, Constance Smith, 14 Mn^ pie ave., Fair Haver.. -Phone R. B S, 6OCtOR T S "OPPORTUNlfy. Red Bank. Eait Front street, seven rooms, bnth, ixtm lavatory; two-cir Rnrna;e. Very nooi, condition. For appointment, -write or phone Conntance Smith, 14 Maple nvenue, Fair Haven. Phone R. B. 6* A ^I)3.Nice resldenz tinl lection. Kiaht rooms, bath, all imi»rov(mert3, newly renovated, oil htat. For fjuick isle f Term*. Con* ntnnee Smith, 14 Maple avenus. Fair Haven. Phone R, B , BKlltWA'V PRCJT»ERfYrmr"ftoute 3lf. nenr Middletown Mve Crrneri, 150 f#ft on two roniis, two.rood buildings, water, jta». electric. Sacrifice price nt owner it chantfintr business. Apply at Ottmnn's Antiques, or phone R. B. t> r_ll_"'w after fi P. M.» $30,000 buy's completely fi*~nfahed. yenr-'round home, rfevator lo second floor, four mastrr hcdroomi. two bitthrooms. (orr equipped with tthir! poo! electric liath), nit'.dmnt.c heat: twocnr (rar.ike with apnrtmrnt above: nttract!vcly!jin(!ar«)if-j l»wii. liny Stillman & A«5n?tntp». T.4S E«oad street, Red B» nv._ni^nj^_fi-jjj[!. ilmvhoat AND ItKFUESHMENT bust irt's, on Bar!i<cnt 'buy. Ne«r Tom»' River. Lotivr crnlibi:^ pier, restaurant building w.'h hpfirot-m?. kitchen, etc. Cnratte; twn urn-til utorniic buililinirsj < rowbonti; riparian riuht-. about -00* foot hny fiont: lioitt harbor; J2O.0UO, Bay Stilimnn Si Afsotiiitrs, Stute Hig'r* way 35. tbrtnetn Red UnnJ, and ShipwBb-.iry), Red Bank. Phono R. B io awes. 25 f«oiciinrdii, oninncc tllt»b!r. Complete.* modernized farmhouse, firrplacrs in ««cf of :he first floor rooms, nnd other lovely Colonlnl fen tit res rrtitinetl. Gueit cot* Inrpe barn; hnrs«barn; irsrajie, nre nmonir th outbuildins3: f29,300, Ray StlUmnn * A.'soeiatci, 613 Broad iirctl, thetwfcii Jlvii fl«nf» and Shrtwn* buit). Hrd Hank. Phoiir R. H. H-5111, '3 HOME. Wa1ktnT~dUu?::ttion. Well conitructtdi (rood cur.di.inn, nix rooms, hnth, oil heat, -I'ii-fi ifrovin;!*, lovely shndn trees. In enter M choice Uoionlni village: $S.300. Rny Stlllniim -1 A-.MH'iittes, SUttc Hitth-i wtirrt R(-d Hank and Shrevvt-. ^lit J!_ J?*"'LJ* nn!<j_phojie_r. R. fl.i-jiii. ffotmdel AREA ton minutes to itn> tion, one hour to New York. Conven* lontiy plunned home, lame livlnir room, flrepliire, dining room, modern kitchen. bedroom, bath; lecond floor, three b»droomi, tiled bath, hot wnter host, ol! fired; three-cnr Karnjte, poultry houiea. three ucroa of fertile soil, berrlei,» _ IN. urnpen, fruit trees: 125,000. TUy Stillman -ft Aisoelat«% 648 Broarl Bnnk. Phono R. B » ~BXR OCEAN. Modern bunmilaw, thr»«bedrooms, two buthn, Hvinff room with) (Ireptnop, mod en kitchen, screened) porch: fully innulntctl, awnings for all wlndowi; simu-ion.s 1-iwn. beuutlfuf shrub A; two-cnr itiinibc ; $ I 3.000, com* i-ietoly furnuheri. Including plrctrle flishwiishrr, Ray StMlmnn & AASocinle-i, MS 11 rand street, Red Hunk. Phone K, B. 0APirconrcoti'Aii r E~rtanQinik^^ R>^1dcntin! noiehborhood, (too if n-hujjs, I-'our romiis, mudprn dltchon, ilrd lmtli. Iniindiy; nl Inched unratfa, jtenm heat, oil, rat'ptr nlunihlng! lovely droiinda, reur portion fcnrrrl 9\.,0.10. Kay Stlllmi.ti A Amoclntni, Hltrhway.VI. (brtwron Rrd Hnnk nnd Shrowibury), Bunk. 1'hour R. 11. fl-mii. Real Ifctato for S*t«OonttniMd on K«il Vagt

42 fled BANK REGISTER, MAY 5, 194!> HEAL ESTATE FOR SALE HOUSE Three bedroom,, oil burn i porch, kitchen combination range, T. i t _.. _ t! _ «_* dia_ a ^ burner, in REAL ESTATE FOR SALE NEW HOMES Al Allstitic Highlands. All modern convenit-ras, full "lur, Sll d mnt Rich i-ulion. J_5_"vf ANT TTirTOMB'ThsfVifl'hr~Yo> I ni--t<i. lure il it. Thrrc nrro, Isnd- ^c.-ptd. old Colonlsl. right room,, h»th, ilcclrir ranir, oil hut. bramfii crilins, HrepUre' "«rn:»l?.sn i. Reed Asmcf. Jphonr R. B. «-«IIl. # *fte7 vrr i r ;, Iov ">* broov. nnd Incite; trrf? «..<. fhriuibrry. ifivf nvnutr:* <o stn'.'or.. On.y M..>'-'" 5tcfd As^cy. r. w J:. n. S-OTJI.«H)Trt>KtUN'lf 1ES far colored fniw. _ Tbrrf n<rf«. four-toom homr- I gamin*: Vunnins water, rtft-irlcfiy. «o r^nlml Jhtat S.'i.500: ais-o * bungalow with nne mcrr. laiidscaprd. fw'r looms. Vll tthd Krnpf : tsooft Bred idttore llar; attm-h*d snd» > ; ts.ooft. Bred JJbf! AU Built in ltuo. Lomtfd in Old Farm Village. Hum- on. Tnrcc bfdroom* snrf bath en.'frond floor. FIrfct finer eonta:ni living room 12'-x22 <tft. with fiifplarp, din- \nv room," fciichrn, sunporch «P<J pow- fitr room: i-.-rfre plot, bmir..fu..>* '»«" sr-jpfj. Rccrtr.t.on -oom in cellar, C. E. oil itcnm hc-nt: ruir-crr attached jrnrnsrr and tool hou?f. Country atmosphere, yet i h! t nd trans convenient ti portfltion. Trice J.134S-M. y mop y o. *trr*?nd trans *25,n'>n. Call Rum. SEE WATERBURY for the homr you have in mind fit thf Price you'd like to ]>»y L.-.tvc-t selection. RoliK.n Watorbury. Renlior, 16 Wt»t Front ft. Red Bank. Phor.e * 'YTS^W'ATERBURY«d iv. oom ho;i?e in Red Batik. Three bedrooms hath, *latc roof, hot a : r heat; 56 yuo. Near school* nml t-fiurchcfe. Roi 1 * slot. WafrbJi-y. llcal'.oi:, U West I'lonl >Uffl. Red Bajik._J > jion«6^3j' <Of, ntver~~vie\v Eight-room house, 3.V foot Hv-np loom, fireplaie, four beorooms, two baths, lavatory, automalic heat: river n.h.e. Early possession; $ IS, 000. Rolston Watirbury, luflltot, It West From tirc-el. Phone R. U. ** SEE'WATERBURY. Silver *rr_y Mmi- ' bungalow. Seven rooms, stenm hent; far aye; cornf r plot, near ichoo!. Ear!* U05«-sson; Boliton Wnterbury, Renltor, IB West FVont street, l'lioni R._B._fi_3jjOQ. # _. ATTRACTIVE COLONIAL, in Rumfon..Six vooirs. tile bath; ntliu'hej jfiir&kt 1 ' automat:? htnu plot 100x1."i": ilorwood tree*. BnrRnin: #15,000. Ro!«tot. Waterbtiiy, Re a tic. 1, If! 1V_«t Front fti-fc Phone K. B. (> Uungalow. _Ii <>ic»n tvttiite, >'ra Brphi. Thrcii bedroom* dininc, livii.s roums, kitchen, bath, cellar, heat; two-mr E:>rnzc: rornrf lot; occmi. river Ad([n sa.c.miset-.* C -.."... Three lovely buildin«site;, fach R well land_cnped ptol of one acre. The price for each plot il ft.fioft, of all three plot* enn be atquired for $3,000. ljriv*-*ay«, septic tat.l*. utilities and house foundation are on property. Rlpht of vriy to Shrewsbury rivtr nlso included. William H. H!nUln>iUin (Firm), KtaUorfi, Kum.nn, I'hiM-.f 1-OfiuO. CAPE" COh HOME Ncm Knollwood sihot>!. UVI»K ruom, modern kitchen, two li.iiroomf, bath, radium heal; GOO. George P. Sehanck Agency. S Lin- [ilace, f'lionr it. iltn ilx(. l*ortaui'eck $~T,00'o7 Bungalow. Three bfdioomf, heal: itaragc: furnished. Immediate possession. Phone L. B. fi-otf!t7-i«. AKM 1- ] " at-icf, seven-room house, nibestos ehinglts, oil heat; two-car KOrafe ; chicken capacity; 6d0 peach trcre, raspberries, strawberries. On paved street, six miles from Red Bank, 1 J,i mill s from Kcansbiirg. Phone Mid. 5* tl2h6r. EAST" KEANSBUIKi. Wilder homo on Ocean avenue. Two bedroomi, living room, dinette, kitchen nnd bath, sunliorch; on two lots. Vvk* 16,200, Phone KMII>. S-i {GSj^J. HOUSE T\vo-fa.mily, «ood Jncomt, rented, oil burner, modern, IB mon'.ln old; II '-',.'00. Leaving state, Thonc Eat. OftrANi) VICINITY. Semi-bun- W, five rooms, bath, Holland heat;, 7,0 0( p ; house, seven rooms, b.-ith, kit Re loi, xood location, $o,o0\); bungalow, four loomr, bnth< on three lot*. garage, $3,i(HJ; house, tight rooms, bijth, fittnm hcf.t, two Kiiragf-i, workt-nop, lat'be lot, J9.0'J(>; house, 1 * rooms, two hr.thf, stehm hent, corner properly, ^.ioxaoo f^et, two burnt, RHrflKes. Votl CHII scil off ten loti from thii place ami jrtt half vour money hack, Housf needs rtpnits, $12,000. McFnrland Agtncy, 38 Bast Front itrect, Key port. Thone Key. 7-IM27.*. -. l's Nothing down, $4» u month, fi N 1'\>H Fou and five-i New UTTLE.SILVEK Dutch Colonial. Prewar, i ; v spacious roomi, tile bath; rararf. Excellent Inratior., near school..bars-air., M4.«0D. Rolnon Watfrbiiry., r Tlr niter. 16 W«t Front ««:, Red OAKHUTtST Bank, rhnr.e «._50<i.» SEE WATERBUKV -~ Stw Sun** low. i Living room, lo* fireplace, model liirhen, din'r.c room, two bedroomi, ba:li, fxpar.lion atiir.»team hent: _t«- Mafc* offer. Roljton Waterbury, uom cottakts. liiiiulinui coniiiinirirf nil improvemtnt*. On tune re te, only out Mock :o cnilrunii, thrtt bltxik* to KCIIOOI, one block to itiief; fino neikhl>oi-h6od. Total price 17,1100. Tor C. I.'i we of- Itr Ihcm lor no cash down, only?ii* prr month, includes paymtnt for house,.ilao taxes, water and insurance. Open for impfotion every dny, Mojf;*ey k Walker, Miiin and Church streets, Kcaiubur?. ^Onkhurit Realtor. It W*st Front street, Red Bank. Phonf 6'3«flO.* dtcornted. tinret living room, fireplace, model Vitehen, thr«. master b«d» roomys tile bath, maid's room; two-cur K»ra_r«;? 17,500. Roliton WBterbury, ' Resltor. 1«Wtit Front street, Thont R. B, ^. i_o?tfiv>!06n COTTAGE! Little dream bungalow. UUr«-mod*rn kitehen, ffjgerator; bs ngalow. U Bcndi.v waaher, elfctrie I er, elfctri ans. gnr«f*. In Rumsnr, RU Wtb ator; prr g f., bus; tlo.^fi. RoUton Wnt#rbury. > Front itreet, Red Bank. Phone SPACIOUS COLONIAL of unusual : charm. Three master b.droomt, t*o tile batht. powder room. 30-foot livinii taotn, mod*j kitch*n; twd-car #arajffr. River vi_w. RnUion Watfrbury, HeHltor, 16 West Front itrect, Red Bank. Phone 6-S.iQ".*. THOMPSON AGENCY Modern Colonial bungalow. Living room, kitchen, two bedrooms, dinette, til. bath, circulating hot n:r heat, oil; full cellar. Near Jake; $10,4^0, Thompson Agency. SI East Front street. Phone R. B. <..?O0.» THOMl'SON AGENCY New home. Six rooms tile kath, hot water h.nt, oil; plot 100x100. FietUra window; 11,000. Thompion Agency, SI East Front strcel, Rntl BnnV:. Phone «-OT0O.» TliOMPSON AGENCY Attractive new, Colonials. Livinj; room, dinottp, kitch- (*n, twu bedrooms tilt bath, autottintic heat; one-car garsre; 111,7 50. Thompson Agency, SI Bast Vroni meet, Jled Bank. Phone f-otoft.* THOMISON AGENCY In fine itaident:al location, near river. Seven rooms, til*-, bnlhi oil hea..; plot 1.1'ixl.n; double snrtgp. A.klii_f (U,50f). Thompson Ascncy, SI EHEI Front street. Phor.e R. B. fi-otqf'.* THOMPSON AGENCY Prewar Colonial.home. Little Silver locution. Seven rooms, four bedrooms, bath, lavatory, fireplace; plot 75x150. Automatic heat, f 18,000. Thompson Agency, 81 East Front stitct. Phono R. B. t-0"0o.* 'i^homtson AGENCY Brick and frame.colonial. Seven, rooms, tile bath. til". ~ks\ehtn, lavatory, fireplace; plot 73xI5J>, Oil heat: tl9,_0ft. Thompson Asency. Rl Ba?t Front street, Red Bank. Phone * KARfi.COMBINATlON A home and an income. A pleasant modernized home on A hillside in Atlhiuic Highlands. This home icndi itself to summer rentals botn in * construction and location. All Httlitie*. Occupancy before summer season if you act quick. Imagine, f9,0001 Set the Lawley Agency, across the bridge from Rfti Har.k. nit Highway 'A5. CHILDREN OF Hl(lH~TCH0*0L~' a7^r Thin is a centrally located home ir. Red Bank, on a nlcktant street. Generous ilze wows on the first floor including a "home work room" and a powder room. Three bedrooms nntl hath on the seco-fld floor. Property ia priced *enaibly. Your children will be proud to have thtir (ri*nds vitit at this home. See I/swlcy for Ir.formatfon. Acroih, the bridge from Red Bank, on Highway 35. MODERN IN DESIGN and location and of cnccllent construction, but prc-wmin uric,. This bangtlov typ. home of three bedrooms eonjtructcd on a deep dry cellar is u seal value, so act quickt Beautifully landscaped, fenced in yard, and a two-car Rurnze. The owner \t moving mit of town. Stc Lawley for mfcrmatioii. Across tho bi-idge from Ud_Bujil._nn_mitJ 1«j 1y_3V : BIG KAKMS noil smii» fam», we halt all littinsi. Consult Lanky Aimer lor the to tuit your purpoic Hnil vour pockttlwok. AittJM the liriiiro, on Highway 3"» SMALL KAltM of 17 acrc^ and less than ten minutes from the R.ri Bank bus* inen lertlon, Olil.f»hinned home with uir.c bedrooms, in ben of condition, t. u, l, WR, tcr ' " hcat: two-car sbragc and chltkenhpuit. HiRh elevation in good j.elgnborhood. AikhK 117,300. Check 1hK with the Lawley Agency, across -the hrjilgf from Red Bunk, nn Route 85. _, '»..p Emjn^ ottt 18,0011, SMALI, BUNGALOW, in gooj tdndltlon, will, nil convenltnctl. nn Jtoute 3o. Exctilenf conmiirciiil looa. tloii. SM t.awl-;-.ufncy, ncrot,.,, W i l y from Bed HnnU. on Hlirhyrnv 33; ASKING $10,000 for quicv *»HTo^iniovlni In Washlniton. A plcnjam Jve-room howe m»r Slnne church, NavMlnli. Hut wattr oil IIMI, See Lnw. i'f Agfiicj'. ncroi. lh«lirldur from Red HanK. on liighwwy n.i. ^ ' fuel fnmoui ynir mnund Wpyo". hauifr, Iwn-itnry CnncCoJ _hell. Uxii " (,,?h»'-k Wvrr rnad. Pile. Iniiludim olid fnundstlun, Und fj.925. finari". 1d tlllf. Adrtf'K, Cnuvar, 128 N lt-li _4..._i f.,-i *-v * * I **9 _r,tl. F.inl Orsn.t. r-nt-if pjf,, htntiy In, vlnf, Idtnl for mnch hiingnlow. l.nvrly cour.iry»]dr, nmr Kcd llank. I'ritc M " " '..»,», c, vuv lift IUV ildxlul. Wf& w! 01 w S. u ' r heal ' «Hh"olf, PriJi I«,t00, \Vnirt,Nmi(lh An«ncy, 42 broni fty.m, Jhniw K, II. 6,-»«0,' LUTUli SIL\nKRn)un»_!ow, now, mod".»rn, vory <Io,lr«blt, cx«llcnt lacntlon, i'«"ii S'la'i" " Kor llrl """' " hor "' Kbit^irrvHBA-Moii.nnir^ro^iiTn;^:»lln», bath, oil!»,., rl!(, ];.. I.!..?.''"'."? 1 " '.""i ««'»«ibl».lrnn>. L«ot f>0x130. road, between Wclli and Harnpll avenue*. Priced reasonable. Write, "Oak»," Box -Ml. R»d Bank. AtaSEf) LIVING Htre is your home. Locust; five minutei to Atlantic Highlands, 15 minutes to Red Bunk, Corner l Vll Di L plot 200NT5, on Valley Drivr, Lnrsc fruit, Allude trees, outdoor ffnrdcn flre a pla:e, five rooms, ail improv«menti; ga* rage: riparian rights: concret«cellar, lmrk«attic, storage ppaee for garden tools, etc. Completely furnished. Screens, storm window,. Summer boat, 'Courtandt street. New York. Price Ill.oOd. Tcrmft arranged to suit. Carrying ahout f55 per month. J*ni«v A. McCann, 7319 Kessel street.. Foreat Hill*. N. V. NO DOWN PAYMENT fcr vettrsmi. Only $47 monthly buya modern ranch type home, all taxes, insurance inclnd.4> Ku'.l price IMOD. Located in quiet'dark, like ycjii-'round communily, with winding road*, lake,, wooded hills, two milti to MatawRli itation, 56 trains dally. Why no: inspect this "sparwiinir white horn6" with dreen roof. Comfortable liviiik room with windows on three sides. Sunny kitchen.with breakfast nook «\> tends across entire house affording two outside exposures. Two corner bedrooms with windows on both sides. Complete bath. Inquire Pirate Ship Realty Office, Route 33, CiilTwood Beach. Evening. call Mr. Webster. Wat. )-24.8-W. ltemoijeleu farmhouse. Seven MELElM»rmhoun.Sev,n mlnulei to Mation. Nir.e room,, modern bath* oit hent; barn, other outbuildinci. inink tenftnt cottrg., l.> ncres. Ask* inn f?;!,iiog. Jo.eph G. McClle Agency, Realtor, rhone num. 1-0H4 or R. B ON TUB SHREWSBURY river. Farnished, two acres, main houtc with fiv«room! and two bathi; twa-car attached jiftrake: Kites! cottnice of two rooms and halll. Will McriDce. Ajkinit $17,000. G. McClle ARency, Realtor y Uni or R. B. «.1I7O.» T - " -* ** J -V! -* VI ^,,...»-.-..T.. MODERN COLONIAL, pre-war, flrcplaw in livinjr room, thre* bedrooms, tl]i> balh. Ju,t rtdecovated; attacheii garaxt: oil hent: laree plot, well landscaped; IIJ.OWI,.lotenh G. McCuc' Amney, Ilcaltcr. 1'honc Rum, or K. II. 6-l4"0.» FAIR HAVEN. Good location, near bus line; 30-foot living room, dining room, kit'-'hen with brenkfast nook, lavatory and screened porch oh first floor, three l:irfte bedrooms and tile bath, hot water nil! rajre; 115,500. Joseph «. MeCue Agency. Keiltor. Phone Rum or " B. IM4T0,«HOMES In River Oaks, Grand Manor, Pine Rid«e, Oak Woods and Colonial Tcrr.ace. Cane Cods to nineroom ColoninK from $11.7.")0 to I3S.00O, Joseph (i. McCue Agency, Realtor. Phone Rum, 1-1)441 rr R. B *, 441 rr R. B BED BANK AREA Brick and framt Colonial, rour. bedroom,, tile bath, lioiviicr mom, fireniacr, oil heal, inji,- l.'ition. Owner moving away, J19.H00. Jo;eph <;. McCue Agency. Rrnltor. PIIOK Bum or R. B. t-1470.' VAN HORN Riverfiont Colonial. Bulk" nrsq,,anrly beach; seven.rooms, tiled baih, automatic heal, inflation, ftreplace, inclosed porch facing river; *l 7.5OP. Hsy Van Horn Agency, Fair Haven. Phone R. B VAN HORN A seven-ncre f»rm, right in fair Haven. Small farmhouse. E«- cfllent nclgllborhood: $9,000. Ray Van Horn Agency, Fulr Haven. Phone H. B. VAN HORN Small and attractive. Good Kumson locntiun; plot jftx!60. Four rooms, bath. Coleman oil burr,!,', fullv insulated. Asking»6,.",00. Ray V»n Horn Aeenc-y. Fair Haven. Phone K. B HORN WP bnvpn't seen «"beftf,' nuy than this five-loom C«pc Cod. r.xpnmion attic, tiled bath, oil hurner. lii-eplarci nttached tttnse: 111,000. x. a "B. H n,o^ni ' y ' " Hh H " v ' n ' fi > "< ra. N, KORN-RIVM- Oska. Landscaped nalf-arre: rombllny denisn; j.ven room., two tiled bmhs, many ejtrsi; double ««(; Offers invited, J}">' v I!" 1 _ Holn Ancncy, Fair Haven, Phon._ft. B._«_4 oo,»_^ VAN HbnN wjutfrwt ^fwis; 50 inlllnr acre,, orchards, trout stream, authentic Colonial, eight room., oil htat tenant house: barns: 129,500. Ray Van Horn Agency, Fair Haven. Phone K. B. fi-4100.* VAN H()RN-."_lkrldKe- (Elk,,, E«l.te.C Hlll bite. Ten lienutlful acrw: southfrit Colonial residence. 14 rooms, five»4,,.,00, H», vnn Hum Ajtncy, Fn!r Hnveji^ Phonjp_R. B^«-4I(IO,«VAN HORN Secluded nnd~pictui ; e-»i UP, five-acre farm, brook, wood lot: remndeud little Colonial.»Ram hent. nrfplno; burn: barheque: Ilil.SOO; l».\«h $7,-,. Hny Vim Horn Agency, l-'ni,- Haven. Phone R. H. «-4IOfl" VATTrToTlN^HBtv you"iiittmp! C n*g7 Sgiiare" iwnily? Thi owntn and the builders tnk«pride In II, attractive»[>!>catanei\ Ituy V«n Horn Agpney, f.?.!i "ii Phone R, B.».4 nn.«van HORN t>hintr<] "Biun~ Red/'TtJir usually nihclntls flve-roiim hilngaloir. Hi' niitifully d.wrated, romblnatlon «tdim window*, fir»idace, oil- hent: Ksrast" 110*1801 fciicliig, Asking.113,500. Ray vnr1 Horii1 Agency, Fair Hnven. Phone Jolld brick 'homn,. Five mrgo rooms, two more nttlc rooms; Hi tiled hnthi, flreplnce, oil ho*-alcr lieiiti gara«e: 114,000, Bar Van Horn Aiency, Fnlr Hnven. Phone R. B ,* w>i;k'bi"rr f i'ini)"a"i:r;vrffrr"tn>a'rri(r. vin, W skinl-buniinlow of l\v t room,, tile Until, with shower, ftreplare, en'ialnlon Httlr. lint wat.t h^'ll, nil, In. WALKER - TiNDALl, ollei - -hiuininr remodeled old farmhouse with $ \-z itcrcs, V<ry luage- living room, antigue fireplace, reception hall, dining room, lunrooin, kitchen, second floor three very large bedrooms, two baths, oil heat, lan-e tlosets, tlectric water beatir, tleclriu range, frame construction brick-lined. Completely redecorated <me,-enr nw, t(vi»-ciir Htt.-M-ht-rt *;jir;ikc. 'J'H-«nilf:» :o Monnioulh Park. For quick,u!e «::],.".lid. 19 Kast Front itreet, ttc.1 Haul:. l Ji_!i_.6- il J"i'' WALKER - 'TI Nil ALL offu- in Red B.inl> areii modern semi-bunknlow of live a'onms, fireplnce, tile bath, steam lieat, oil: one-uar tarage: pint loosso 1. licnl.v landscaped. Asking fle.'ioi). 13 Can Fiont street, Red Bank. Phone R. REAL ESTATE FOR SALfc e;il. fxp.msio/i at Ray Van Horn I'hone R. B, t- VAN HOftN Waterfront Colonial. Seven beautifully decorated rooms; dock, flout. An iiniuually tine home; 130,Out). Offers invited. Kay Van Horn Agency.!»:. Hiivin. I'llQlip It. H. li-ll I'll.* \"AN"HORN In ihe midrn of t»ll o^k tim-s; Modc.n C«tc Cod bomr. Five room,, file pl-^ce. n:l h tic; saisue; Agrniy, 1'ai: Haven, 0<'.*_ VAN HORN Exiilltnl rivtr view. At".!:-*.-!ivc seven-room home, tiled bath, reiikfsst room, porch, oil fired hot..»l.r h?.\; ;au;c. Asking $ 1 "i.00l>. Ray Van Hnnt ARinr)', Fflir Haven. J'honc ^^J^^ VAN tit^rn ""- Riverfront, three-milft view. Hcautifuily decorated nine^-oom Lome, -'a tiled hatlu, new oil furnace, fireplnrc; cm-age; wrenhoufp;!3.">,0fi(l. Hay Van Horn Airrncy, Fair Havrn. Phmip 1!. B. t-4100.' HOU.St AND LOT Eisht rooms, all irodvpmrntj;,:ara^e: also unflui!>hed Mlow; lot 7r> feel cm Wilhon nvcniif, 2O feet dftp. runs to Main street. Port Mor.ninulh; IS.OOH. Call anytime after t V, M.._A._H. _lj_fi H70-M MO>fMtlllTH "BEACH. Attractive summrr homr, 14 loom*, four baths, beautiful oican private bearh, river frorta^e. Cuinp'etely fiirnishrd. Owner sacrificing; $12,SOU. Sweeney Agency. Pheille Rum. ljj.4si. RIIMSON," Firmly" faik. Nit-e location, large plot, near bus. Many ahadc tree. All utilitiei at rurb, Charles E, Sweeney Agency, Monmouth avenue. Phone Rum RUMSON Nice, location. Luge plot; teven-room cottage, recently completely modernized, two tile nnths, hot wate<htat. oil, powder room, insulation. Immediate possesalon.; 314,000. Sweeney Agency. Phone Rum a. ITUMSON Splendid area. Large grounds. Cape Cod colony, live rooms, fil-eplac, tile hath, hoi water heat, O!1. F.xccllent condition. Rents for 11,000 for summer; *!3,D»fl, Sweeney Agency. Phono Rum RUMSON AlUntlon fi. I.! Owner moving, River view, six-room dwelling,.xrcllcnl eonditian, two,, hot wsjfcr heat, oil. Immr- «iiat» oeciipanery. Low ffarryinff charges; 910,75 0. Sweeney Agency, Phone Rum. 1-14S2, B -_AiJ. WAlTKRR * TINDALI,' offer Monmouth Beach, si.\ large room., sun pom, hath, ateam heat, insulated, new oof, sas range; one-cur garage; plot,t0xl3n' wi;h view nf ocean. Asking 11, Eaat Front street, Red Bank. Phone R. B. «-277«. # WALKER 4VTINDALL offw in fair"haven r.itc si^ ^e>om, bath home; hot air heat, automatic gas water heater, Magic Chef gas range, Rutieo sereens and Sjlorm sash; two-car garage; plot TixlTO 1, Asking S Ealt Front.afreet, Red Bank, Phone R, B, ' WALKER * TINDAU. offer in Middletown township, immediate possession, ;even room«, new tile bath, new Itcam heat, oil: plot 12o<100'; taxes >.S0. Asking 19, F.KU Front street, Red Bnnk. _P_hon. R._B^(j ;277«.» TWO" IX)fS. SOxlOO'; eloie to sciioon ra.ilrnad and b'.ik: Michigan avenue, Port Monmouth. Call P. Mo'.ler, Kcann. J±9J J±9J. CINfiER BLOCK house, four rooms and b.ith: sas ranse and heat. Built last C.tmpbfll avenue, Port Monmouth. Call F. Moller, Keans. d-209] ^et^*; DUTCH dolonialr-laiie living room, fireplace; elinihf room, three bedrooms,»un room; oil steam heat; garage; srreen*. stoim sash. Asking $12,- :>00. (troseinger ft Heller. Broad and Mechanic meets. Red Bank, Phone R, B «;ioo» I5BO BANK Vewly decorated, cisrhtroom home; excellent location; four bedrooms; hot water heat: barn, with loft: giu-hrc. Large plov. Asking $12.-.".00. Grosiinier k Heller. Broail and Mechanic *tre_*t^. phone R. D, ' BRICK A'ND FRAME'C.APF, CODTrlvw iilht!: live large rooms; (Ireplacs;.nntion n contl floor; tile bath; at* tached»arabe: oil hent; large welllandscaped plot. Uroisingtr * Heller. Broad and Mechanic itreets. Phone R. "._«-_ 0.0. < F.UR.ROOM Cape Cod, country loi-ntionj two bedrooms, tilp bath, electrle, ran.e; oil heat; large plot. Down payment, O. I., 1,150; S,300.- Grojsin_er * Heller, Broafl and Mechanic streets. phono R._B * R"UMSON MODERN well-planned sixroom home: large living room with fireplace; three bedrooms; hot water heat, oil flreit: garage: storm sash, sereens: 113,500. Crossing* * Heller. Broad nnd Mechanic»trcets. Phone R. B U6-2J_00.5 CAPE COP, LARGE living room, fire- Place: dining room, two bedroom,, tile ba'.h; oil heat, electric range, refrikrrator; attached garage; $500 down (i.. I.: $!2,uno. Gro5singer * Heller, Hro.-.d and Mechanic Btrcets, Red Bank. Phone R. B. «-'.10n.» SHREWSBURY Attractive seven-room house,, room, screened' pbrcn. Broadloom carpeting: Mi tiled baths; fireplace: steam oil heat:two-car garage. Corner plot 100\U6. Reduced 'to $18,* 000. Minugh Agencr. phone Hum ' 1IU.M8ON FtVE ROOMS, bath, lus" porch; pipelest coal heat, automatit: cas hot water heater; chicken house; plot.100x130'; two-car garage. lie. dticed- price $8,750. John I.. Minugh Agency, Rumson road, phone Rum C KUMSON Restricted neighborhood, newly decernted pre-war 11_ story bungalow; three bedrooms, tiled bath; nreyilace: «t!»m oil neat: attached gnrage; i^-'ncrc plot. Price»l.i.OO0. John L.»l!nugh Agency, Rumson rnnd, phone Rum. 1-0T16." KUMSON ESTATE areii, eleven rooms, 4 1 -! biith,, fiieplaee; steam oil hent: thrre-car «arnge. npnrtment above; landscaped I'-i-acre p nt. Price $21, John L, Minunh 'Agency, Rumson road. Phono Rum. J.firid.' NAVES1NK Completely furnished buncralow, ready to move into. Four room,, bath, front and rent- enclosed porches, full cellar, piped hot air heat; di'ase. Price $S,o01. Minugh Agency. Phone Rum. l-fl71«.» REAL ESTATE FOR SALE RUMSON Ideal location, near oceai.i river, bus. Eight rooms, three baths, fu-eplace, hot water oil heat; garag,.; 'i-acr* corner plot. Price $22,000. John L. Minugh Agency. Phone Bum. 1-0 "J 6^ ^L'f'S N_$K Excellent chicken farm, stocked and.quipped, 1,400-blrd capacity, nine acres; five-room brick bun. IMlow, expansion attic, tied bath, hot vrnter oil heat: srnrnge. Price I2.',(ino. Mlmiiih Altet'cy, Phone Hum, I-07U.' SEA BRKiHT Compact six-room bun-. *nw, automatic heat, flrcplncc; gnrskn; cotnpr M\tti, overlooking occn?, Eleetrli! refrigernteir includid, Prlee S10,500..Inhn L, Minugh Agency, Rum- >i»n ronil. Phone Rum ,* SHREWSBURY. Broad itreefsuilnits rone, on bus route, near 'school; eight-room house, bath, hat air stoker heat; gamga: 1 '.,-p. re' plot. Prlre $l.i,. QUO, John I,. Minugh Agency, Rumso.i read. Phone Rum, I.Q7I*..* SEVCKTROOM house: cliii be ll»ed for r two fnmlli.a, Al 13 Ot'ean Ens'. KcHnsburg, Price. $7,400. With hot wulrr system and nil burner, Foe Kpcnlntmcnt to Inspect' call Keanji, lutficn r, 13n and 6 o'clock.' "WslDE 8IJ(-ROO_~house, all InTprovtmtnts; Inric addition with sepr.rate lavatory which can lie converteil to living qunrttrit for tenunt; nbout «n» icre, Call for ntipolntmrnt A. I', 2- '507, "OlJRyit~y HOME nil we nieim horn I Nine-room homestead wltlt iipiiiomimtcly (IIIL> iute of supel' garden HIJII. lintiivlc locality io!l,onnbly rinse to Rr-il Innl,. piiv.d roiidi, Cnmroi'tiihlc and 't. hruhbrry, A,aal hnm., Prln. $l'.!,*00 ' f. F. Bnrdi>n, Sbiewiburr. Phnn. R. B OCEAKPORT South Shrewsbury river laont. Boat owner's ideal home. SU room nome with ultra-modern kitchen and three bedrooms;,haded house area, lloa*. dock with deep water entrance, movitl compels sul«at $14,5t)(l. C. F. Uo-deii. Shiew,bury. Phone H. B. Itfil c«- <i. H. Kevins. R. H._S-1«53-J_ COMPACT. comfortabte~bom«""in _,lttic Silver. Combination living-dining room wi:h fueplhl-r-, mo betlroomt, tiled bath, kitchen; detached giirage. C. F. Borden,.Shr< «--bjr.v. I'hone R. B. K-1661 or G. H. Net-ius It. It. Monmoulk " CaiMljr Sumf Ma'. Office. In the matter of the «>tat«of Alict C. Reville, deceaicd. Kotiee to creditors to present tlaims.igainat eitnte. Purnuant to the order of Dorman Me loeldln, Surrogatt of th. County of Mon. mouth, mael«on the First clay of April, 1S49, on th»dlication of Marie A. Barrett and Joseph J. Revill., administrator, with will annexed, ol th. estal. of Alice C. Rc»:ll», deceased, notice» hereby given to the creditors o«said deceased to exhibit to the subscribers, adminxtratois with will annexed, a, aforesaid, their debts and demand, against th. slid estate, under oath, within,ix months from th* date of tht aforesaid order, or they will be forever barred of their actions therefor stainst th* said subscribers, ^ O.itcd: Freehold, N. J., April t, 1941 MARIE A. BARRETT. Upper New Row, Mount Savage, Maryland. JOSEPH J. REVILLE, , lllth Stre.t. Richmond Hill, N. Y. Herry J. Bendheim, Eiq,, 17 Neirth Dean Street, Enslerrood. N. J, Attorney..* rji- uut'rn btrick faced, cottage with hieczeway and fi'.tachrd garage. Conveniently located nrar school and bus line. Priced to rfferl Quick sale at $11,800. C. F. Honien, Shrewsbury. I'hone R. B, - lfifil nr li. H. N'tvius. It. B. g-1 B33-J.* APARTMENt HOVSB. Vicinity "of l-'ort Monmouth Bus seavice, adjacent shopping center. Prompt posseshinn. Profitnblr invrstmenl. C. F. Bor* den. Shrewsbury. Phone M. H. (-1<» «' G. H. Nevii,,, R. V. C-U33-J. CHANCERY l/3«l SHERIFF'. aalt. tly virtue tit» R'i'it ui CACCUtiein lu me ei.i\-cted, issued out 'ol tnc bu^t^-ior Court of New Jc*-he> tcnaiicery Ijivision) wiii be exiioscel tu EiH>e; at iiubliu vtnelue, on i'ueseiay, tht 3UI elhy of llhy, 1949, between Ihc huurs ot l'i o'clock and.> o'clock Ut 2 c-'clock Uaylignt Saving 'J'imef in the Altetnoon ot xaid eluy, at tile Com L House in the orougu of l'rccholei, County of Monmouth, New Jersey, to sfetisiy «judgmenl ot s«id court amounting to> tpvroximateljr #,- ALL that tract or paa-cel of lanil anet liremiseb, hereinafter purticularly dtscribed, situate, lying and being In the Township of Middletosrn, in the County ot Monmouth and State; of Ne-w Jersey. FIRST TRACT! KNOWN and designated as Lot' Number % in Block 12 as *her\vn and designated on a certain map knoh'n iislenison Junction on the Leonlire! Tract, situutcd at Lenison, lionmouth County, New Jersey, bald lot fllown on an official imvcy ma i made by r'nink Unborn, C. E., Mlddletown, Monmouth Cotinly, N, J, elated April j, 1911 and entitled Mali of Leonard Tract Ltnison, saiel Map ha. been duly flleil in the Cierk'c Omce nf the. County A Muiimouth, at Freehold, N. J. SECOND TRACT: NUMBERED and efesikfiiiteel us ijots Numbers 7, 8, 9, «nef 10. in Ulock 13 on the Map entitled "Map ol the Leonard Tract at LenUbn, Monmouth County, N. J.," elated April o, 1911 and described as follows: BSdiNNINC;,t point in the Easterly side of Greene Avenue, distant one hundred and fifty (ISO') (itt Southerly from tho Southerly «lde of Fulrfleld Avenu. and running thenct U) Easterly, on H line parallel with the Southerly f-iele ij; PiiirfteM Avenue, On* Htinelreel duo') feet tei Lot Number 27 on said map; thence (2) Southerly, alone Lots Noe. li, 'It. li, anil 2< On. Hunelriil 1100') fott lo Lot Number 11 on»nid Man; thence (3) Westerly, along said Lot Number 11 One Hundred (100') feet lo the said (ireene Avenue; thence (4) Northerly along said (ireene Avenue, One Hundred (100') feet, to the point or place of Beginning. BRINC all of Ln:«No.. 7. «, 9 «nei 10 in Block 13 on Ihe Map of Lots aforesaid. Seir.eii as the property of James P. tt'll.'ii, et us. et al.. taken in execution al tin mit o* Keanskurg National Bank, a National Banking Corporation ef the United Staici of Am«riea. and to be sold by ISA E. WOIXOTT, Bk.riir. Daleel: Anil Roberts, Pillsbury, Carton _ Soren- Ion, Attornryt, < "nes) Monmouth County Surrogate 1. ORtct. In the matter of the estate of John Lotka, deceased. Notice to creditor, to present claimi against estate, Puiiunnt to the order of liorman Me. Fnddln, Surrogate of the County sf Monmouth, made on th. eleventh day of April, 1949, on the application of The Chtise National Bank of the City of New York, executor of th. eaate of John Lotka, decontcel, notice Is hereby giver, to the creditors ot taid deeeised to «xnibit to the subscriber, executor, m aforesaid, their debit and demands BKalnst the said estate, under oath, within si* months from th. date of the aforesaid order, or they will b. forever barred of their actions therefor against the said subscriber. Dated: Freehold, N. 1., April 11, 1»4*. THE CHASE NATIONAL BANK OF THE CITY OK NEW YORK By: WILLIAM J. GMEUK, Trust Officer, 11 fine Street, New York City. ReeVman Beekman, Esqi., Hcd Bank, N. J., Attorneys.-. Netit..1 Settlement ' Acceunt. i Estate of Ernest Charles Auer, deceaseil. Notice is hereby ativtn that the accounts of.the subscriber!, eleeutori ot the estate or taid deceased; will be audited and stated. ky the Surrogate: ot th* County of Monmouth and reported for settlement to the Monmouth County Court, Probate Division, on Thursday, the liateenth diy ot Jun«, A. I),, 1949, at' 10:00 o'clock A. M., at which time application will be matle foi the allowance of eommisllont and couaacl fees. n.ited: April «. A. D., ISO. THE SECOND NATIONAL BANK A*!D TRUST COMPANY OF RED BANK By; 1ULFH 8. PEARCE, Trust OfBcer. Reel, N. J. FREDERICK W. RUBIEK, JR.,. R9 'Shadow.Lawn Drive, Weltfield, N. J. Executort, H.«km«n t Bcckmtn, 10 Blond Street, Red Bank. N. J. Attorneyt. ' N.lica.( Settlement nf Account E»t«te of Carolyn Davlj, a lunntir, Notice it hereby given that the account, of the' subscribe!,, luarditm, of the e.u-.te of Mid lunatic, will be audited and tinted,by the Surrogate of the County of Monmouth and reported for se'.-lt. meiii to The Monmouth County Court, Probate Division, on Friday, the seventeenth day of June, A. D., 1»4», at IOIOO o'clock A. M.,.Daylight Savin* Time, at which time implication will be made fcr the allowance of commission, nnd counsel fees. ' Paled: A or 11 27, A, P., NANCY B, HACKSTAFP, 14 Siirlnir Street, Red Bank. N, J. EDWIN PHtlsO DAVIS, 40 Stateslr Place, Rlvenlele Hclsht,,, Mlddletnwn, N. 1. GuardiHni. Wlae Wisr, r>< Broad S'reet, Red Bank, N.,1. Attorneys, ONLY $2.30 For 8ANITONE OLIANINQ and ttomoi of Any Woolen Oarmant. IN OVB CERTIFIED VAULTS ValuR to IS0.00 LEON'S flint* lttt M-(«whit* 8t, R, n. Penngy Adds Air-Conditioned Cars Workmen at Exchange Place station, Jersey City, shown refurbiehing one of the Pennsylvania railroad's fleet of air-conditloncd cars for commifter service on the run to and from Bay Head junction via the New York & Long Branch route. The first 18 unit* went into operation this week, with a total of 36 expected to be in service before summer. This number of cars will provide four sets of train equipment, sufficient to cover 16 scheduled runs between terminals daily. Prior to cntcrins this service, and at intervals of every tuo or three months thereafter, these coaches receive a weeklong "extraordinary cleaning" process, which Includes thorough scrubbing inside and uut, checking light fixtures and other equipment, and repainting of floors, window ledges, arm rests and all rusty metal and scuffed woodwork. This is in addition to the regular daily housekeeping which calls for washing of windows, sweeping out of debris and mopping of floors. Cars Collide at Port Montiioiith Cars driven by Randolph A. Cook of Second st., Fair Haven, and John N. O<>uch ol Gaiwood collided at the intei.ection of Wilson ave. and toute 30, Pott Monmotith, Tuesday evening. Cook told Middletown township police that he had almost crossed the highway at Wilson ave. when his vehicle was hit by the Osuch cat'. Thcte 'were no injuries. No complaints were made. $10-95 Brown and White ALLEN'S 93 BKOAD ST. Xear IWnfllce BED BANK. Keyport Twelve members of the Matavan sub-juniors are expected to attend the 22d annual convention of the junior membership department of the New Jersey htate federation of Women's clubs at Choiton te Haddon hall, Atlantic City May 13 and 14. Those attending arc Miss Doris Hendrickabn, retir ing president; Miss Jacqueline Haley, president-elect; Miss Ann Fairy and Miss Madeline Frank, all of Kcyport; Miss Betty Mutr of South Amboy and Misses Jane Anderson, Jane Pengcl, Carol Craig, JoAnnc Lazovr, Mary Rose Betty and Edith Wasmuth of Matawan. The member, and adviaera of the Matawan Juniors planning to attend are Miss Virginia Brophy, president; Miss Geraldine Brown, Miss Marjorie M. Bronkhurst, HIM Elaine Cherry, Miss Marlon Matthewa, Miss Carolyn Smith, Miss Audrey Florian, Miss Beatrice Lambertson, Mrs. Ernest Lynch, Mrs. Lawrence J. Nolan,.Mrs., Wit liam Whitacre, Mrs. Harold Quackcnbush and Mrs. Clyde Egginson of Keyport; Mrs. Everett Carlson, Mrs. Nelson Smith, Miss Marjorie VanBracklc, Mrs. Charles C. Schock, Jr., Mrs. Douglas Ward, Mrs. Kenneth Pike and Mrs. Frank H. Bliss, club adviser of Matawan, Freedom council, Sons and Daughters of Liberty, has appointed representatives to attend the state session in Atlantic City Hay Those attending will include Preston Jones, Mrs. Ethel Strykcr, Mrs. Minnie Lewis and Mrs. Barbara DeWalnc, state councilor. Mrs. Margaret Lauterwald will attend ns a national representative. Mrs. Dorothy Burke was installed as president of the Jennie Curtis guild of the Baptist church at a meeting Monday at the horno of Mrs.' Robert Todt, Cedar st. Other officers installed were Mrs..Lynian Morris, vice president; Mrs. Fred Rudolphe, secretary, and Mrs..Fred Dean, treasurer. A program on Puerto Rico was presented under the direction of Mrs. Wilbert Smith, who was assisted by Mrs. Doris Sterlin, Mrs. Francis Stanhope, Mrs. Todt, Mrs. Everett Poling, Mrs. Morris and Mr*. James Leach. Mrs. Clyde Egginson, Atlantic st., entertained members of the Keyport auxiliary of Monmouth Memorial hospital Monday afternoon. Present were Mrs. James VanBrackle, Mrs. Howard Pieper, Mrs. Elinor Sentell, Mrs. Edward Florian. Mrs. Albert G. Shlphoist, Mrs. William Hitchcock and Mrs. John VanderWaal. The road to better and bilker but!- tiesa If ids through Th«i Rc.itur'a. vertialng columns. Aft «ertiseinent. Believe It or Not By Ripky a_pas_h_^_i ^nn-'l U1 f«m Mts t_s_b-_aa ab_s B_Mj Courtesy'Klnrre-tures WndlcaU MAIL YOUR CONTRIBUTION TODAY TO MONMOUTH COUNCIL, BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA, Ml BROADWAY, LONG BRANCH, THIS AD SPONSORED BY Monmouth Consolidated Water Co. M WMt Front Itetf Bank, N. J. MONMOUTH E. R. S N Y DE R & CO INSURANCE ', _ A i I T M A k i N I A V I A T I O N l i l l SURVEYS and APPRAISALS ( H : (_, H I A N [) ', N J "BEFORE YOU BUY, BURN OR BORROW" BROAD ST. BED BAXK f4.n REAL ESTATE. 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43 Fells J. Brennan Lincroft The (Ire company bowling team finished in lecond place in the shore firemen'* bowling league and will compete for the Konner trophy tomorrow night at the Asbury Park recreation alleys. Their opponents will be Long Branch Independents, Sea Bright Hook and Ladder, Wayaide, Elberon and Hamilton no. 2. The Lincroft ttam consists of Lawrence and Jonpn Blahoney, Oarrett Corion, Matthew h. Mullln, Albert Wymbe and Harold Kelly, captain. The team won &S garnet and loit U for the Five Keaneburg Candidates Leon A. Waitt season. 1 Mr. and Mrs. John Hauler and daughter Edythe May and Mlai. Janet Carle of Rumaon ipent Sunday at Valley Forge. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Turner of Irvington epent the week-end at their home here. They entertained,mr. and Mra. George MacCanleaa of New York. Barbara, Diane and Wynne Ltmken, children of Mr. and Mrs. John, Lumken, celebrated their birthdays Friday, Barbara waa seven and the twins five years old. The ladies' auxiliary of the fire company will meet next Monday evening at the fire house. The nomination committee will be appointed. Members of the fire company will meet this evening at the lire house to discuss plans for their annual fair to be held July IS, 16, 22 and 23. Ru3sell Leonard entertained guesti Sunday afternoon. They included Mrs. EfBe Lum and daughter Oonle Lum, Mr. and Mrs. Oardner C. Klein of Lincrofl, Charles G. Leonard of Atlantic Highlands and Mr. and Mrs. Orrin Thornell of Woodlynnc. Mrs. James Callahan and children, Carol and Jimmy of Far Hills, visited Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Layton Saturday. The local cancer drive committee consists of Mrs. Floyd Lum, Mrs. John Warnecker, Mrs. Richard Hammond, Mrs. Herbert Kaul and Mrs. Gardner C. Klein, chairman. The committee will also cover Phalanx and Everett. Evelyn Layton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Layton, celebrated her birthday Friday with a party, Guests were Joyce Ciejka, Sue An- ble, Suzanne Toop, Marian Firth, Ann Hickey, Gail and Donna Lee Perry, Gwen and Lynn Angerole, Abble Ann Wilgerodt, Sue Tlcehurst, Betll and Didi Camenzind, Patty McCarron, Mrs. Walter Angerole and Mrs, \V. H. Borden. Game winners were Abbie Ann Wilgerodt, Sue Anable and Joyce Ciejka. ' Miss Barbara Stewart, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Stewart, is surgical patient at Riverview hospital. The Lincroft-Everett P.T.A. will hold a progressive card party at the fire house Saturday night at 8 o'clock. Table and door prizes will be awarded, and refreshments will be served. Mrs. Floyd Lum is chairman. A fire drill will be held at 11 o'clock Sunday morning under the direction of Fire Captain Henry Carney. Mr. and Mrs. Erneit Hallin and son rne»t of Rumscn spent Sun day with Mr. and Mn. Robert Wilson Ṁiss Mary Toomey, Hiss Rosalie Toomey and Michael O'Lone of Philadelphia spent Sunday visiting friends in this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Stilwell Jr., attended the wedding of Miss Phyllis Barker of Atlantic Highlands and Edward P. Bennett of Belford at the Masonic temple, Atlantic Highlands, Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rumph have mo#ed from Everett to an apartment on Holmdel rd. -Mr. and Mrs. Karl R. Berndt «n tcrtained Mr. and Mrs. Henry Werner of Closter and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kochenberger and ion Harold of Oradell Saturday. Mrs. Kenneth Collins is recovering from a recent injury to her back. MOTHER HAPPY With Health Spot Shoes Fitted By ALLEN'S 93 BROAD ST. Near Feetofllce RED BANK BAXK nvmwvm, TH\% B, Annual Ball For Riverview Charily Benefit Set For Saturday, June 11 The annual doctors and nurs«charity ball for the benefit of Rivcrvt*w hospital building fund will be held Saturday night, June 11, at the Molly Pitcher hotel. Mrs. Dorothy h. Nicosia and Roland Scott are benefit chairmen. Pete Galatro'i orchestra will provide dance music, and a team of dancers from the Arthur Murray tudlo, will entertain. Serving on the feneril committee are Dr. R. Browning Wilt n, chief of ataff; Dr. Walter A. Kullman, Dr. William Matthewi, Dr, John Boyd, Dr. Coraellui C. Perrlne, Dr. D. V, Manahan, Dr. Lawrence 8angmei- «ter, Mri. Elaine Leylnaon, Mrs. Sonja Bennett, Misses Julia Rufflni ant Ann Britannick. COCKTAIL CHECK THIS LIST, Catsup,., <«_,«««k«t7< Grape Jam *HiM*a-i».» 22«Almond Bars *»« $ 6 SS, 25«Coca Cola* <»' **»'*> 6 *» 25mi or. * * 32 fe I 1«afcHUck y BEEF Apricot Nectar ; *Mw*r "«2 10«MONEY LOANED on Jewelry, Silver, Musical Instruments, Cameras, Binoculars, etc. Ucinaad and bond.* 1 by Stall ol N. J. WE FA V CASH roll OLD GOLD and SILVEB Broadway Loan Co. UM Broadway U>ng Branch FOR HIRE TRUCK CRANE AND DUMP TRUCKS FOR SALE Fill Dirt «Top Soil Gravel Wa he«l Gravel Sand - Cinder*. A. CAMPO. 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' 23«Fvao:'Millc^«i W ij2r. 23* E v a f c ' M i l k ^ Soap Flakes T " ««* «'& 27< PORK SAUSAGE THE 'Mayonnaise fjffict 1 «.' " 24* KITCtMN CHARM mil L 4 imti» NH " «ff 9* H»lfT(C«ek/." 93 C f.- VRISH IOCK% CUT SHAD ^ 13c F OE SH COD STf AKS ---- p^dljt *»?. Apple''JuiceX*""»ff*«- Tomato*Juice SSST 2 SarAnes t0 SI OF THE Jumping Brook Country Club Highway 33, Hamilton.Wileyi Corner Road, Hamilton SATURDAY, MAY 7th Featuring FAMOUS FRENCH CUISINE BY JOSEPH DAMMAN AND MAMMA, Mgrs. Open To The Public ALL YEAR AROUND LUNCHEONS - DINNERS Catering to Banquets. Parties and Weddings FOR RESERVATIONS CALL ASBURY PARK r RHUBARB APP$TK GRAPEFRUIT PINEAPPLE FRESH PRODUCE Values Galore/ CELERY *»19< CABBAGE 2-15= SPINACH MIDI OP TNI f ARM -Jt W CATsur^jT WILCH'S 5uYc? E «CAMAY SOAP «ic *)K, I**H 1O- 3 GOLD DUST iei. O, KG, I y«dreft g;28c RED BANK 36 Monmouth St. - NEAR BROAD < SALE ROYAL SATIN SHORTENING CRISCO I H. 3 (I. - SIZE SIZE S 91 SPRINGTIME EGG FESTIVAL URGE GRADI A MIXED in. White Brea Peaches '8M5c«r"«S 35c Lima beans HIGHWAV ««. Lk 'WHOUKHNtl. HIGHWAY Sweet Peas c> mi.2"..v. 23«A A F FP C UUrrCC GROUND RINSO 5/ SALE M<T5«OTHPOt 33< Be sure... shop ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS 118 First Avenue, URGt GRADE A c WHITE dot. Sweet Potatoes Tuna Fish White Rice S M "!! 15c Cookies Boraxo HUDSON PAPER TOWELS 150 SHEET ROLL 2^25*.Oiwffy piien CRNIJMIkreugti Weiliuulay, May llih; fairy, meal u d pmlik* Ihroujh Saturday, May 7th.. SAFEWAY KEANSBURG 242 Main Street

44 Pare Twelve RED BAXK REGISTER. MAY Eatontown Pride o{ Crescent council. SOBS nd Daughters of Liberty, will hold a public card party Monday night. There will be prizes and refreshments. A penny sale followed Monday's Mssion. James Cain, who lives with his brother, Arthur Cain, High st., suffered a heart attack Monday and wai taken in the first aid ambu lance to Monmouth Memorial hospital. A postponed meeting: of the Eat- «nto«n Recreation bowling league will be held tonight to decide on the date and place of the annual banquet, at which tournament prizes will be awarded the winners. Mrs. Edward Burtch of Lewis SI. left yesterday morning by auto for her home in D«Kalb, he will attend the graduation of her daughter Marilyn from the grammar school. Mrs. Burtch stopped *t Philadelphia, where she was joined for the trip home by her aunt, Mre. Emma Muzzcy, who has been visiting relatives In that city, Mr*. Burtch'g liusband is stationed *t fort Monmouth. Mrs. James Quinn of West st., with her son, James, Jr., and nis wife and daughter, visited another daughter of Mrs. Quinn Sunday in Philadelphia. Miss Ann Stochl, Tinton ave., spent the week-end at Rutgers university, New Brunswick, where she attended meetings for members cf 1-H clubs, Monmouth county council. Earl Wolcott, Sftulh St., has been spending part of his vacation from his duties with the Fidelity Union bank, Newark, in New Orleans. Mr. and Mis. Howcll Harris of Richardson avc., are parents of t son, born lasl Thursday at Monnioutn Memorial hospital. Ruauon A Memorial day servict will he held May 30 in Victory park undor the auspices of the Rumaon Vet' erans' -organization. All clergymen in the borough will take part. Edward Beck of Jersey City spent the week-end here at his summer home. Mr. and Mrs. John Sullivan of Ridge rd. have returned home from a vacation in Florida. The Mother's day service of the Presbyterian church will feature the singing of an anthem by the children's choir. Miss Phyllis Kavookjian, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kavookjian of Old Farm Village, attended a houseparty dance last wei'k-end at Lafayette college, Easton, Pa. The Presbyteritn church had a congregational meeting last wcek. Satisfactory gains were reported in every department, Roger Young and John j. Kauba were elected o the board of trustees. Dr. John Snitzler of New Brunswick was the week-end guest of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kavookjian. Mrs. Gray McW. Bryan of Tennis Court In. was elected recording secretary of the Garden Club of America at 1U annual meeting Saturday at Nashville, Tenn. Midshipman, second class, Albert 1* Register, 3d, U.S.N.A., son uf Mr. and Mrs. Albert L. Register, Jr., of Ridge rd. is a member of the Naval Academy chapel choir which participated in a vesper acivice at the National cathedra!, Washington, D. C. The week of May» to May 11 will be clean-up week in the borough. Borough trucks will pick up rash daily. Joseph Lee has returned from Florida, where he spent the winter. SINGER CAN TEACH YOU HOW TO You Make A Dreta While You Learn To Sew SPECIAL OFFER FOR THIS WEEK ONLY Complete $10 Home Sewing Course ENROLL NOW and MAKE Your SUMMER WARDROBE '8.00 With This Coupon > SINGER SEWING CENTER IS Monmouth St., Red Bank I am interested in your special offer of this coupon and $8.00 entitling me to your regular 10 Home Sewing Course. Please rush me full particulars. NAME.»..- ADDRESS _-..._~ ~ ~ CITY..,.. PHONE... SINGER SEWING CENTER 43 MONMOUTH ST. R. B OPEN FRIDAY EVENINGS 'TIL t. i The exterior of the south wing at Fitkin hospital is ncarinj completion. The new structure provides 96 additional beds and IS bassinets, giving the hospital a total of 250 beds and 54 bassinets. A smaller iving, on the west iide, will provide store rooms, a Middletonn The Needlework guild met Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Daniel Adams, Atlantic Highlands. There were 22 members present*. Mr. and Mis. Edward D. Lentilhon were hosts last week at a buffet-supper farewell' party for Rev. and Mrs. William B. Spofford, who left this week for Tumkannouk, Pa. The party was given by the vestry of Christ Episcopal church, of which Rev 1. Mr. Spofford has been rector for many years. The parish gave the retiring rector a ptirsc. More than 75 persons attended. Canon Robert. Smith was in charge of the services at Christ Episcopal church Sunday He is a former rector at Christ Episcopal church, Shrewsbury. Mrs. Henry Stark is visiting her daughter, Mrs. William Johnson at Wolcott, N. Y. Bridge club winners at a meeting last week at the home of Mrs. Charles L Steuenvald, Red Bank, were Mrs. Milton A, Vrceland, MM. Leroy Martin, Mrs. Willis C. Conover and Mrs. Irving W. Hance, The club will meet tomorrow at the home of Mrs. Nelson Todd. Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth I. Robinson nnd family went to Millville, where they attended a reception given for Mr. Robinson's parents, Mr and Mrs. Irwin Rooinson, who were observing their Mth wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Newman o! Weatport, Conn., were week-end guests of Mrs. Field Mount. Women of the Reformed church will hold a food sale tomorrow afternoon between 2 and 1 o'clock in the chapel. The Ladies' Aid society will hold an all-day meeting Tuesday at the church, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hollander have returned from a three weeks' vacation in Colorado, where they have been skiing. Mr. and Mrs. Eric Grabcr of Montclair spent the week-end with Mrs. Orabcr'a mother, Mrs. M. C. Locke. Mrs. Wylie G. Pate, Mrs. W. H. Regcr and Mrs. Irving W. Haacc were guests at a tea last week at Molly Pitcher Super Market Wl DELIVER Monmouth St. THE BEST FOR LISS Phono R. B TENDER, LEAN AND JUICY PRIME ROAST All Good Grade Guaranteed FANCY JERSEY PORK LOINS MB END FRESH KILLED FANCY FOWL FRESH KILLED JERSEY FRYING or ROASTING CHICKENS EXTRA FANCY SNOW WHITE RUMPS or LEGS VEAL TENDER, LEAN AND JUICY Sirloin STEAKS Progress at Fitkin Wing ill morgue, utility rooms and accommodations for interne*. The basic construction on both wings waj done by the Harold A. Hendrickson company of Red Bank. Coat or the new wings is $1,200,000, nf which the hospital has raised 1600,- 000 through private subscription!!. Woodlawn, alumna house at New Jersey College for Women at New Brunswick. Mrs. Hance's daughter, Miss Joyce Hance, was graduated from N.J.C. Leonardo Mr. and Mrs. Raymond VanDc- Water had as guests Saturday Charles Meyers and family of Wcstnekl and Clyde Milburn of Glen Ellen, 111. John Hogan and Mrs. William Hogan of Jersey City were weekend guests of Mrs. James Grodeska. Delta Phi Alpha sorority will meet tonight at the home of Mrs, Claude Smith, Mr. and Mrs..'ohn JB. Lacey and sons of Jersey City spent Sunday with Mr. Lacey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Laoey. Week-end guests at the Lacey home here were Mr. and Mrs. James McCauley, also of Jersey City, Mr. and Mrs. John Decker of Hoboken, who have rented the Bryan cottage for the summer, spent the week-end here. Mrs. John Brodsky and son Robert of Summit, who have just >eturned from a aix week's' vacation at Lake Worth, Fla., spent Friday with Mrs. Brodsky's mother, Mrs. Samuel Putnam. Mrs. William Mailen, Mrs. William Lawlcr, Mrs. Carl Bergman, Mrs. Anton O. Lund and Mm, H. A. Gauch of this place Monday attended the special installation services of Eintracht chapter, Order Eastern Star, at the Masonic temple, Irvington. Mr. and Mrs. Car) Bergman entertained last week-end for Mr. and Mrs. Dominic Christian, Newark. Mrs. Katharine Knodell, who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. John Iglay, returned Tuesday to Madison. Mr. and Mrs, Fred Mehnken have been entertaining for Harry Golding of Belleview, Fla. Mr, Golding is visiting friends at Hartford, Conn., and will return to the Mehnken home before returning to Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Trutner of Jersey City, spent Saturday at their summer home here, and visited Mr, and Mrs. Frank Patterson. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Rabbe of Somerville were week-end guests of Mr. and Mi's. A. Stanley Knowles, Mrs. Rabbe's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Worth and Benton McArthur of Oakhuut have opened their summer home here. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Horster of Atlantic Highlands, formerly of this place, have returned from a motor trip in New York atate and Connecticut. Michael Slovak and family have moved to their new home at Shrewsbury. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Uhlig have returned frem a month's stay In Florida. Lieut, and Mrc, John Balentinr, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Garrls and Frank Garrls of Newark were Tuesday guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Shane. Mrs. Martha Thomson htd as her week-end guest Misa Dorothy Mehler.of Union City. 1 Mrs. Raymond H. VanDeWater will be chairman of a card party to be held Monday, May 1«, by the Women's 1 9 Republican club at Community fire house, The auxiliary of Community Are company will meet Tuesday at the fire house at 12:30 o'clock, Mr. and^mrs. James White spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. James Hanly at Lawrence, L. I, Miss Anna Bruntz, who la em ployed by the Prudential Insurance company, Newark, has been con fined to her home with illness,. The Leonardo Citizens.', association.will meet. tomorrow night at Community fire house. More than 200 persona were served at the spaghetti dinner Saturday at Middlctuwn Township high ftchool cafeteria, The dinner wns Riven for the benefit of the Leonardo Youth Center building fund with Gerry Gcnnerclll as dinner chairman, aided by the committee and the Scout Mothers auxiliary of Leonardo, The federal government supplied 4375,000. J. Marshall Booker, picsi dent of Fitkin, has issued an ap peal for additional subscriptions *o provide the remaining $225,000. When complete, the new wings are expected to relieve the acute short age of hospital facilities which Monmouth county now experiences. Lincroft Chapel Raises $1,600 To Construct Room In Back of Church More than $1,600 has been raised by the Lincroft chapel congregation to construct a general purpose room in back of the church, it was announced Tueaday night by Herbert Kaul, chairman of a membership meeting at the chapel. The original goal was $5,000 but the membership felt that an additional $1,000 would eufflee. Several pledges were given at the meeting. A building committee, with Stanley Stllwell, Sr, as temporary chairman, was appointed. Members of the committee are Edwin Crcswick, Frank McCarron, John Mauser, Mr. Kaul, Stanley Stilwell, Jr., Lloyd Hosan and Charles Cox. Two members of the Ladles' Aid society will be appointed to the committee at a later date. Rev. Harold Hornberger, pastor of the Red Bank Lutheran church, ommended the group on the growth of the chapel membership. Refreshments were- served by teachers and members of the Ladies' Aid. Present were Mr. and Mrs. John Mauser, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Stilwell, Si'., Mr. and Mtvj. Francis Laubmeister, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hosan, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Kaul, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cox, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Stilwell, Jr., Mrs. George Verncll, Mrs, Edwin Boylan, Mrs. George Rlchdale, Mrs. Ada Woodward, Mrs. Charles Conover, Miss Edythe May Mauser, Krlstian H. Brandt, Frank McCarron and Edwin Creswick. FURS GOOD CLOTHES STORAGE They need Protection In the Hot Weather. No klddln we really have Dandy Storage Vault. Come up and see u* or call Bed Bank Mttt. UNION LAUNDRY MM UPPER BROAD ST. PUBLIC NOTICE An ordinance entitled "An ordinance rfr.rietlnit pnrking. on both aides of Harding Road from Sprint Street to the easterly limits of the Borough" was introduced by the Mayor and Council of the Borough of Red Bank, N. J.i on April 2Sth, 1941, and on May '2nd. 19, was finally adopted and approved by tht Mayor. Daleoh Nay 6th. l«l». ' AMY E. 8H1NN, Cleric. MwuMutk County Surr«i«u's Office In tht matter of the eslatt of Edith Graiette, 'deceased. -. Notiflc to creditors to present claims against estate. Pursuant to the order of Dorman atti Faddln, Surrognte of the County of Mon» mouth, mnde on the second day of Max, 1949, on the.application of Edward Stanley Graiette, eieeutor of the tatau of Edith (iraiettf, deceased, notice ir hereby given to the creditor* of taid deceased" to eihlbit to 'the subscriber, executor, as aforesaid, their debts and demands asalnst the aald estate, under onth. within alx months from the date of the nfores'hid order, or they will be forever bnn-ed of their actions therefor nvainst th* said subscriber. Dated: Freehold, N. J., May 3, BDWA11D STANLEY ORAZBl'TE, '2(7 PeCntiir Street, Brooklyn, N. V. 3, Liroy Jordan, Eiq., S» Broad Street, Elizaheth. N. J. Attorney. ' ' Menmeuih Ctiinty Surrafalt's OIRta In the matter of thejmthto of Harry S. B. Shapiro, deceased. Notice to ereditora to present claims against estate. Puriuunt to tho order of Dnrman Me. Paddln, Surrognte of the County of Monmouth, fnnde on the'third day of Mny, ID49, on the application of Albert Shen> tlei', Benjamin Shcndcr. Harry Shendcr nnd Edith M. Yonks, executory of the estate nf Hurry 8. B. Shapiro, deceased, notice la hirehy ffiven to the creditor* nf said deceased to exhibit to; the nuhsctihei'k, executors, tt* nforenald, the!)' dthts and flcmnrtrls ngalnh the g«m eitn'.e, undtr nnth, within hlx month* li'om the dntp-of the nfnrflkalh order, nr thfy will hf forever barred nf Ihplr actions therefor against the said subscribers. Dated! Freehold, N, 3,. May,1d, 1949, AI.HERT HHBNPKR, HOMllVB DIPS lias Helltrman SI,, Philmlolphln, Pa. ' Cpl, Louis C. Smith, 25, of Fort BENJAMIN SHKNDKR, Monmouth, whose car overturned 3 Wemarnnk Prlve, Enidlohtown, N, J. Saturday night on Tlndnll rd., Mid HARRY SHBNIIBn, dlotnwn, died yesterday morning Ni'itt fjniiir!thorf< Ave., nt the post hospital an a result of Phlla'lfliihln. pa, KUITH M, YONKS, Injuries, He suffered a skull fracture and had been unconscious Reil tlunk, N, J, 5.1 Wnllnce SI., since the accident. Cpl. Smith Is Lewis S. Jarobson, Ksi,, * survived by hln parents, who live 211 SkhHt:; Smkh-Htrcr:; Ps»th AniW, N, J, at Plymouth, Mich. Attornrr, MothefDaughler Banquet for Club Rev. Charles S. Webster, newpastor of the Bed Bank Presbyterian church, will upeak at the annual mother-daughter banquet of the evening department of the Kcd Bank Woman's club Monday night at Red Bank Methodist church Fellowship hall. The department music group, directed by Mrs. Howard Miller, will give a variety show. During dinner Miss Rosslyn King, daughter of a club member, ffr*. Ross E. King, will entertain with incidental music. Mrs. Karl Jansky will be toastmr.stcr, and Mrs. Mahlon Grimes is dinner chairman. Retiring Teacher* Honored by Staff A testimonial reception was given two retiring members of the Red Bank school.system, Mrs. Bessie X. Rue, elementary supervisor, and Edwin C. Gllland, supervising principal, Monday at Mechanic st. school. The reception was given by elementary teachers and supervisors of the school system. Following f upper, a program consisting of song parodies and limericks, composed by the teachers of the three elementary schools, was given. Mrs. Rue received a gold wrist watch, and Mr. Gllland received a pair of gold cuff links. Carrier jor Dependable and Complete AIR CONDITIONING Unom Coolen Store Wealhennakers) Defcumtdlfter* Low Temperature Cooling NOEL R. NILSON T BBOAO STREET ft. B. svmm BED BANK Cool and Saving! Here's a "whether" thoum read! Whether drive a too hot motor pesuh on whether you u* to clean and repair that faulty Radiator on your ear. Spend little! 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45 \ Society lists Varied Program Special Activities for Congregation Schools The Ladies' Hebrew society at a meeting Tuesday at the Jewish Community center on Riverside ave., arranged a round of activities for May and June. Included in the plans arc special programs for students of the Hebrew and Sunday-schools of the Congregation B'Nai Israel. Mrs. Victor Sicgel, society representative of the congregation board of education, said the Sundayschool will close Sunday, and the Hebrew school will close June IT. Within a short time the board will announce the winners of theqreenblatt Memorial prize for the outstanding boy of the Sunday-school, ' and the Ellis Kamrass award will go to the outstanding girl In the Sunday-school. At the Bas MiUvah for girls of the Sunday-school, May 22, the society will give Bibles to Misses Laura Heyman, Phyllis MoskowiU, Gail Nelson, Maxine Inselberg an.4 Roehelle Schwarti. The society mother-daughter dessert tea will be held at the center 8unday, May IS, with Mn. Max Benowitt ais chairman. A play, coached by Mrs. Benjamin Greenwald, will be given by Misses Marilyn Lowenberg, Phyllis and Mar liyn Moskowltz, Rose Hoffman "Mimi" Benowitz and Maxine Inselberg. Mrs. Benjamin Lowenberg is refreshment chairman, assisted hy Mrs. Irving Moskowitz; Mrs. Harry Feldt, Mrs. A. Alfred Podell and Mrs. Henry Hurwitz. Floral arrangements will lie done by Mrs, Charles Gogell. Besides the play, entertainment will include community ilnglng led by Rabbi Arthur H. Hershon and a puppet show by "Spike" Klarln. Corsages will be given to the oldest mother present, and to the newest mother attending. The annual spring rummage sale will be Monday and Tuesday, May It and 17, at 257 Shrewsbury ave., between 9 a. m. and 4 p. m. Mrs, Murray Rosen is chairman, assisted by Mrs, Lester Glenn. The flnal society meeting will be June 21. TLA8TIC PARTY The Ladlei' Aid society* of the Red: Bank Reformed church wii hold a plastic party Tuesday night at the church hall on Shrewsbury ave. Mrs. Jackson Murphy Is chair nan. Refreshments will be served New Monmouth The annual convention of th' Holy Name society of Trenton diocese was held Sunday at' Trenton, Those attending from St. Mary' church were Rev, Robert Bulman Donald Purcell, Joseph Dunn, Fred Klrwan, Martin Casserly and Wil liam Brunig. - Mr. and Mrs. Donald Codding' ' ton of AHoona, P»., formerly o Mew Monmouth, are parents of a son, born Friday. The baby has been named Bruce Donald.- - The devotional program of ine Amlco class meeting held Tuesday night, was conducted by Mrs, Wilbur Roberta assisted by If in Mildred Morris. Plans were made to visit th* Ruth Angel Mission, New.York, Saturday. Captains of the class wer«appointed as follows: Mrs. Helen Oehlhaus, K*ans< buig; Mrs. Helen Mallit, Mrs. Mildred Beaver, Mrs. Esther Garret and Mrs. Bernics Acker, Pori Monmouth; Mn. Tace Morford and Mrs. Claire Rauch, New Moil' mouth; and MUs Mildred Morris, Belford. Hostesses for th* evening were Miss Rebecca North, Miss Mary Rouse, Mrs. Mildred Mlnir, Mn. Hilda Walling, Mn. Tace Mor ford and MUs Nana Helwlg. The Holy Name society of St Mary's church held a basque! Wednesday ivenlag of last week at Sea Girt Inn. Attending wen John Wermert, Vincent Walling,, Donald Purcell, Fred Klrwan, John / and Francis McDermott, Wllllai Brunig, Joseph Dunn and Martin Casserley. A May dance has been planned by th* society, to be Mid In the Parish hall of the church on May 20. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Magwlre and son and Mrs. Haul Sherman recently returned from attending the funeral of their uncle, Charles L. Brown of Hydevllle, Vt. Mrs. Harold Hillyer is confined to her home by illnesa.. The Rosary society of St. Mary** church met Monday evening at the' Parish hall when an afgan was disposed of on the co-operative plan. A Communion breakfast <s planned for Sunday, June 8. After the business session of the last meeting of the Y.P.OA. of the, Baptist church, the birthdays of I Mn. Carl Helwig, Betty Wllhelmo and Joan Garrett were celebrated. Mrs. Hazel Sherman spent the week-end with relatives In Wood haven, L. I. Your DESERVES THE BEST ON HER DAY Complete Plans For Faehion Show fc '* The Kunuon Woman's club will hold their annual card party and 'ashion show tomorrow night at he Chsrles manor at Sea Bright. Mrs. Claire Sully, club president, reported plans were complete for he project at a meeting Monday t Oceanic flrt house at Rumjon. Mrs. Cleirs Sully Spring and summer fashions will be shown by the Green Shutter shop of Fair Haven. Mrs. Katharne Murphy will be commentator, and Miss Mabel Hendrickton is in charge of music. Club members serving as models are Mrs. Irving VanBrunt, Mrs. Ethel Perl, Mrs. Grace Bills, Mrs. Jan* Sparling, Mrs. Ruth Fowler, Mrs. William D. MacKenzle and Misses Marion Dunnell, Irene Robinson, Jean Solomon and Mary-Alice Onderdonk. Mrs. VanBrunt and Mrs. Fred Russell are show chairmen. Hadet Mrs. Norman R. Riley Was giv en a surprise miscellaneous shower at St. John's Methodist church rooms Thursday evening. A bassinette decorated with pink and blue crepe psper contained the gifts. Bouquets of snapdragons and pink, blue and white paper decorated the table. The favors were paper rattles of the same colors. The Women's Society of Christian Service presented Mrs. Riley with a eorsage, also a blanched maple crib completely equipped. Refresh ments wer* served. Cloverleaf troop, Girl Scouts, will hold a food sale tomorow evening at the auction. Highway 38, for th* benefit of the troop. The Parent-Teacher association held an Italian dinner last evening at the school. The proceeds will be used lor P.T.A. projects. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest E. Peseux entertained Sunday with a birthday dinner in celebration of the 39th birthday of their son Malcolm IWeigand Peseux. A decorated cak* made by Mi*. Margaret McCormlck adorned th* table. Malcolm received gifts and cards. The Good Government Republi can club will meet Monday night at the home of Mrs. Suetla StulU, Keyport. Following th* business session a plastic demonstration will be given by Mrs. Helen StulU, Keyport. Mrs. George W. Hanners of North Long Branch spent several days the past week with atlas Anna Cowlcs, Holmdel rd. Mrs. Robert Brenen was hottest to the Friendship dub members at Bt. John's church, rooms Tueiday evening. The regular m**tlng in May will be held at th* home of Mrs. Stanley Jones, Matawan.'time with refreshment! followed the business aeuion. Mrs. Stephen D. Lambertson e: Bedle rd., was liven a party at her home Friday evening in honor of her 74th birthday. Th., was' a bouquet of flowers from Mrs. Elmer A. Bahrenburg. Mrs. Lambertson was the recipient o( many gifts and. cards. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hult and son Kenneth, Jr., have moved from the William O. Reya apartment to the E. J. Colvatio apartments on the Holmdel rd. ' Mrs. Charles 8. CokeUt was given a surprise shower Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Roes Barnes, Holmdel rd, Gifts were concealed under a doll d*cor»t*d with pink and -blue crep* papar, Refreshments were served. The first aid squad met Tuesday evening in thenre house. The committee In charge ot entertainment and refreshments' comprised Mr, and Mrs. William Urstadt and Mr and Mrs. James Neidlnger. GUMS end square dancing war* enjoyed and refrestim*nu'w*re served. The road to better «nd bigger kutl...ju lead* through The ReiUur't a* vertlilnc eolumna. Advertisement GIVE HER FLOWERS ASSORTED POTTED PLANTS AZALEAS OUR SPECIALTY PLAZA FLORIST 10 HUBBARD AVE. RIVER PLAZA Phone Red Bank 6-2Q59 JOHN KOLEDA, Prop. Family of Three Awarded $6,723 Denegars Injured In Truck-Car Crash A jury ia the New Jersey Superior court before Judge John C. Giordano at Freehold yesterday rendered a verdict of 16, in favor of Harold Dsnegar of Allenhurst and his family. The suit was based upon an automobile accident which occurred Jan. 18, 1948, when, according to Mr. Deneger, his wife Qrace, and daughter Gracemary, their ear was hit in the rear by a truck of the Jersey Coast News company driven by Joseph R. Wells of Asbury Park. The testimony was that because of the impact Mrs. Denegar suffered an injury to the brtchial plexue nerves in the back o! her neck which had caused her pain and discomfort and rendered her very nervous. The daughter, Gracemary, testiaed that she injured her Bos* when she was thrown against the back of the front seat, Mr. Wells contended that the road was Icy and that the accident was unavoidable and not due to his negligence. After two and one-half days of trial, th. Jury rendered a verdict for Mrs. Denegar of $8,000, for the daughter W,000 and to Mr. Denefar for his expenses, $ Th* Denegar* wer* represented by Edmund J. Canaona of the firm of Parsons, Labrecque, Canzona * Comb* and the defendants' Insurance company by Herbert E. Me- Elroy of Newark. Riverside Heights * Fred 8»uer of Hendrickson ave, is having his home redecorated, is Is Thomas Corcoran of Stateiir pi. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Johnson of Beechurst, L I, were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Scott. A meeting ot th* Sew and So club of Middletown township was held Tuesday at Mrs. Libby King's home. Members present were Mrs. Martin McGuire, Mrs. Clayton Held, Mrs..Anna Tyhe, Mrs. Edward Meliler, Mrs. Joseph Christman, Mrs, Fred Breymer, Mn. Peter Gnmdlnettl, Mrs. Mildred Hall, Mrs. Frank Saxe, Mrs. Libby Kin* --'I ' Mrs. Donald Matthews, Sr. Th* next meeting will be held at LARtfSTYll AMORTMINT the ho Tie of Mrs. Matthews. The club is making plans for a card party. Mrs. King served refreshments. Little Silver Little Silver school was host last Thursday to 50 visitors who arc students of Prof. Frank W. CJT and Prof. W. N. Woodring of Teachers college, Columbia university. Members of classes in current educational problems in rural areas, they included principals and supervisors from many schools in this country and teachers from China, Greece, Egypt. Africa, Lebanon, Trinidad, Puerto Rico, Venexuela and Canada. The group made the trip to acquaint themilves, with outstanding educational procedures and to gather worthwhile ideas to take back to their various schools. A talent show will be presented tomorrow night in the school auditorium by seventh grade pupils. MUs Wlnona Darrah gave an address last night at a meeting nf the Woman's. Society of Christian Service of Embury Methodist church held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William J. Taylor. ' Mrs. Walter C. Morris, Mrs. Emerson Quackehbush and Rev. Dr. Furman A. DeMaris will attend 'he spring luncheon to be held Wednesday In St. Paul's Methodist 'Jhurch, Ocean Grove, for the benefit of the Methodist' Home for the Aged. ; ('... Holmdel Mrs. Jacob Stern, who was a surgical patient at Monmouth Memorial hospital, has returned home. Mrs. Bessie Mellick, former teacher at JJolmdcl school, now of James'iurg, visited friends here Sunday. The Holmdel federated ladies' aid society will meet next Tuesday evening at Fellowship hall. Mrs. Robert Rex, chairman of a card party to be given next Thursday at 1:30 p. m. at Fellowship hall, held a special committee meeting at her home yesterday. Assisting her arc Mrs. Charles Ben, nett, Mrs. Wilson Conover, Mrs, Earl Meyers, Mrs. Harold Holmes, Mn. Douglas Fromm, Mrs. Wil liam Pitcher and Mrs. Bernard Goldsmith. Geoege Sutphin i* confined to his home with illness. Mrs. William Pitcher Is chairman nf the local cancer drive. 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We'll put your seldom* used attic to work for YOU by transforming it into an attractive extra bedroom... build those handy closets... remodel your out* moded kitchen or bath! You can afford it because we have monthly payments! Call Red Bank 6*5060 today! NO D3WN PAYMENT UP TO 7 YEARS TO PAY < REMEMBER MONMOUTH FOR < Conversions Extensions Alterations Roofing Siding Garages Porch Enclosures Combination Windows I COlNCft-MIOOUTOtVN WDBANK Knights Open New Home BED BANK REGISTER. MAY S. 194ft Rev. Edward A, Corrigan, castor of St. Ann'a Catholic church, KehOBhurg, cuts the tape of the new home of Bayahore council, Knights of Columbus, Keanaburg, which was opened with appropriate ceremoniea Saturday afternoon. With Father Corrigan ia Grand Knight John A. Boehler of Keanaburg. The celebration included a parade, fireworks, flag raising and special acrvice for deceased members of the council. Forum Concerns Local Schools Education Plans "Red Bank's Education-Information Please," was the topic of a forum conducted at a meeting ot Junior-Senior Parent-Teacher association Tuesday at Branch ave. Junior High school auditorium. Donald W. White was moderator, and speaker* represented, the borough council, Red Bank board of education, the school gygtem facul ty and parents, Participating were Mayor Charles R. English, Mra. S. M. Hoffman, a parent and P.T.A. member; Stanley Haviland, board of education member; Willis Sisson, vocational guidance director ot the school system, and F. M. Kin,?, guidance director at River Street school. Topics discussed included the' school's capacity and facilities, which brought out the fact that facilities in local schools arc "fair' 1 and that with the exception of Red Bank ^Senior *hlgh building and the River street building, the three other borough school buildings are overcrowded. Mr. Haviland touched upon the hoped for regional school for this area. He nlso said that the board would not spend any more money on the present school buildings unless it was deemed necessary by state authorities.. Answering the question, "What Is Red Bank's biggest problem with the schools?", Mayor English's answer was "funds." He said that 59 per cent of the taxes collected within the borough goes for education, but he felt that because of "antiquated tax methods" the full benefit was not derived. He said that; in other sections of the county and state, where more modern tax methods arc used, more funds are available in a much more efficient manner for schools. New officers installed by Mrs. Frank W Haydcn of North Long Branch, a vice president of the New Jersey Congress of.parents and Teachers, were Mrs. Charles R.. Stillwagon, president of the Monmouth County Council of Parents and Teachers, president; Mrs. Hoffman, vice president; Mm. A, Alfred Podell, secretary, and Mrs. Max Bcnowitz, treasurer. River Street school Glee club, directed by Miss Josephine Means, music supervisor at that, school, gave u varied program. The final activity of the P.T.A. will be its annual fashion show and card party Thursday, May 12, at Mechanic Street school auditorium, I Penningtons Hold Family Reunion Flemingtbn.Couple Married 50 Years Mr. and Mrs. Edward Nat liar Pennington of Flemlngton oh served their golden wedding Sun day at a reception at their home Attending from Red Bank wcr< Misses Ruth and Geneva Penning ton, Mr. and Mr*. W. Harry Pen nington and family, and Mr. am Mrs. Leon Pennington and family Prior to attending the reception, the Pennington family from this area were luncheon guests of Mrs. Thomas Hunter of Flemington, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward N. Pennington. Other members of the Pennington family who have observed thei 50th wedding anniversaries wcr Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Pennington, formerly of Red Bank, now living in New Gretna, and the late Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Pennington of Bridgeton. Mr. and Mrs, Nathan Pennington were the parents of Edward and Lewis Pennington, Hadassah Plans Linen Shower Red Bank chapter of Hadassali will hold Us annual linen showe ot Palestine supplies at the Red Bank Jewish Community center on Riverside avc. next Wednesday night. Those attending will bring new clothing for a man, woman or child, to be sent to Palestine for displaced persons entering Israel. The event will also mark Israel's first year ot statehood. Charle Frankcl, Asbury Park attorney, will be the speaker. A national Hadassah musical comedy, "May Showers," win be given under th direction of Mrs. Frank Levy. Appearing in the cast are Mra, Harry Feldt, Mrs. Elias Long, Mrs. Lester Glenn, Mrs. William Klatsky, Mr*. Milton Wasser, Mrs. Murray Rosen, Mrs. Max Bcnowitz ani Mrs. Joseph Becker, Mrs. Ellis Kamress will be the pianist. Mrs. S. Benedict Levin arranged the program. Mrs. Benjamin Greenwald heads the refreshment com mittee, and Mrs. Charles Goge'.l decorations.. Members will sign the nationa Hadassah scroll, which contains more than 200,000 Hadassah mem bers signatures. These will placed on micro-film and sent to Chiam Weitzman, the first presi dent of Israel. our special way Nothing bolsters a man's morale like a suit fresh from the cleaners... and our special method makes fabrics last longer, removes even stubborn spots, eliminates shrinkage,guarantees satisfaction. SAME DAY SERVICE MONDAY THRU SATURDAY. NO EXTRA CHARGE 21 W. From CLEANERS, Red Hunk Knitting Yarns $ 1.10 * 3-PLY ALL WOOL Assorted Colon. Monrjr Back Guarantee. Phono After 7P.M. Atlaatlc Hif Manas 1-dStt-W Garment Storage fioot Clothes ami fun cost too much to risk Moths * Urynet for your Fur*. 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NOTICE Kotic* \» hereby given that an offer has been received by the Township ihip Hall on Wedncidaf afternoon, thfe 11th day of May, 1941*, at 1:30 o'clock: at which time the Township Committee will reject: the same or confirm and ratify the mme, providing that no hightr price or bettor t'erma ihall be bid Committed of the Townahlp of Middletown for the purchase of property locatc-d In the Township «f Middletown (Hometrcst), bcin* Lots $i and 65, for for said property by any other j>erior,. the Bum of Three Hundred (1300) Dollar*. ui>on the following terms, cash, of thi Township of Middletown.. By crdcr of the Township Committee rind that «hearing- on thr raid mutter HOWARD W, ROBERTS, is to be held at th«middletown Town- Township Clerk. ItttCfTMtl fittedfey Graduate Cancttarw TUCKIIS COMCT OHOt* 13* Broadway Mr. Blanding's Dream House T 1 JLl w*' ON TAPPAN HILL. IN BEAUTIFUL, HISTORIC TARRYTOWN. N. 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47 Married 25 Years Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Wciilcr of Wilson ave., Port Monmouth, ot>. aerved their 29th wedding ahnlver«- ary at a dinner given for them at their home, Apr. 23, by their sonin-law and daughter, Mr. and Mr«. Elmer Yager, also of. Port Moilmouth. Mr. and Mra. Wessler were married in New York city, and have been Port Monmouth residents for Fair Haven The following puphe of 4h* Fair Haven public schools -were neither abicnt nor tardy in April, the atterisk denoting: those who have been perfect in attendance since last September: WILLOW STREW SCHOOL Kindergarten John Algor, Daualtt Kgcland, Flunk Longman, 'John O'Ntil, Jolfpli Ralph, WncTen Reinhardt, Perty SunKston, Chriity Sohercr, B>lttinn Senn, Wlllnrd Whitlock, Mnry Hotel, Pntrleia Hunter, Judy Jiikubccy, Dinim LoPrutl, Anne Thaler, Valeric Rubsamen. Kirxt Ki-mle Mne Jane Blnnd. Ghaflolte CIIIMIICS, Merrily Rllcr, Mary Thaler, Joan WiiKK. SIHHII MHIICI. Wi. her Blniuf, lloyil Ocluiil, Jeffrey Miller, Donnld ItobanlE. Sti'uiiii grade Patny DeUia, Marry Hwriaon, Evelyn Howard, 8u»iine f V * Third snide' Judy Alien, Noi'Hia '.' Bliunl, tikndu Grimmer, Jnnet Hnitlcy, Hnnnah Kniswr, Carnl Nuwlin, Murccline Riley, Metn Smith, "Jtufph Hunter, Eu> ; gene Sylvester. - Fourth sradc 'Bruce E««land, 'Thomas Harrison, Donnld Hodskiii, Ketntlh / Jordan, *J::y McQueen, Alan Mfnton, Newton Rice. Herbert Flannignn, Jridlth Enrlk-ht, Marianne Kilter, S>n4m Lcwii, Ellen Scherer. Fifth iiraile William Burnsldc, Rich- Aril Conk, *Edwin EgclHnd, ' POUBIM. FrederlcV, Lconurd Gchlhaua, John Hi!. Her, Maurice Howard, Bruce McOthey. John McKenna, *Jert-y Rice, 'Richard Rite/, Barton Shan, Margaret Heifer,' Ann Lnhonde, Julianne Talbot 1, Ruth ' Taylor, Lorraine Warren, Joan Wllliami. ' Sixtli made Mclvin Grimnier, 'Rich. Hi-d Harrison, 'Paul Lnlondc, *Geoi'Ke' Lockivood, Kennoth McCnll, 'John Mc- Queen, Ccorge Terry, Donald WeKel, Joan Brlatcr, 'Marie Eseland, Gloria 1 Francis, Lois Harrison. Arlene Karp, Jcannntto KristittTisen, 'Roberta Mack, Joan McQueen, Audrey Shtnpre, *Glorla Sti>»mt, Linda William!, Louiie Flsna- > can, Patricia Cook, Seventh wade 'Marie Acker, Ruth Acker, Blnncn Crandall, 'Dorothy Emmoni. Ann Harvey, 'Dorothy Hodiklit. - 'Joan L.iiiuo, Barbara Itellae!, Join Rice, Barbara Shonetnan, Barbara Tay..lor, Barbara Vnnko, Rontld Schanck, ;/ David Wheeler, Edward Flanagan. Eighth itrnde Nnncy Kollmer. Dorothy Lorenzo, Monn McGahey. Shirley Reevey, Jonn Spnrlini?. Ann Tibbi, - Charles Curtis, Walter Hullen, Robert Noll, Ocoriro Schunck, Alan Schmidt, Edward Tetry, Russell Wheeler. KNOLLWUUD SCHOOL First and second Krndei Bryant. '. Aumack, Herbert Chamcroy, 'Jamei /Jackubecy, David Lartaud, "Michael, Lcttierl. Leroy Taylor. Lniry Wallace, ' Richard Cook, Richnnl Hlllitein. Linda. Frederick, Judith t.iutaucl, Constance Lewis, Mary Joyce Vltt, Penelope Cone, Carolyn Jttter. ' ^J rhirl1 "'"' fd1 " ltn wades 'Richard Chamcroy. Jnnph Conk, Robert' Dalr,..Joseph O'Neill, John Sanmton, Dunne /Schmidt, Peter Wcnn-I, Robert Cook, ) Betty MBJW. Viriilnin Mellaci, Lila >,Rubsamcn. Donrm Schnnck, Lucy Stew. 1 art, Arlcne Taylor, Edna Tlbb», Patricia. Rlley, Henrietta Patock. A. hand-made quilt, made by MM. ^Jane Rankln, Mrs. Etta Hobrough and Mrs. Agnes Allaire, will be one of the special prizes at the booth of the auxiliary of the Fair Haven. lire company at the firemen's f»ir /this summer. i The auxiliary will serve a dinner to the firemen Monday, June t. at.the flre house. Hostesses for the /next meeting Thursday, May 38, will be Mrs. Sarah Frank, Mrs..Florence Oarlock, Mrs. Lida Davison and Mrs. Beatrice Butler. Miss Elizabeth B. Alger, 973 Rivr rd., was one of ISO students Initiated into Kappa Delta Pi, Apr. 33. at Teachers college, Columbia. University. Kappa Delta PI is a, national honorary education* society. Mrs. Catherine Tasker of Fair Haven rd. has returned from Coral ^Gables, Fla., where she spent the winter.. Miss Peggy Ann Minton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Lynnwood.Minton, Fair Haven rd., has n-,i covered from her Illness. Mrs, Betty Moore of Fair Haven rd., and Mrs. lrnu Algor of Willow, st. were merchandise winners at the Daughters of Liberty meeting, Tuesday night. Mr, and Mrs, Arthur Berry o( Maple avc. had a party at thsir. home Saturday evening in honor of tho birthday of their nephew, Floyd Rcovey, Attending were Geraldlne Austin, Phyllis Austin, Barbara Oaddis, Geneva Qaddla, Beatrice Plummer, Ann Berls, Gloria Boyd, Florence Brown, Joyce Brown, Arthur Berry, Mr, and Mrs. Roger McGulrc, Mrs. Gertrude- Reevey, Mrs, jluclcn Johnson, James, Larry and Haloid Alliert, Benjamin *«,.. JWU1M. AoiUttM. Mr. in* MM. Arnold WcMltr the part 21 year*. Attending,w«ra Mr*. Mary Knott 'and Mra.'Catuerln» Oarrlaon e( thi Bronx, N. Y.j Mr. and Mrs. George Peterson, Orange; Mr. and Mrs. Irving Hesse, Belford; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cliiiinliagne, Theraa Yager and Barbara-Ann Yager, Port Monmouth; Mra, Julia Flnnegan, Long Island; Mr. and Mrs. Stumpt, Irvington, and Mr. and Mra. L. Mlsa, Union. and Arthur Berry, Waller Brown, Ernest Reevey, Samuel and Ellentint Laiarus, Bertram Hountroc, Allen MacParlan, Mr. and Mra. Calvin Johnson, Pat Boyd, John Berry, Mra. Rote Watt. Donald Simmon* and Marie Morriacy. The Lions club held iti first annual Past Presidents' night last Thursday at tht Wlllowbrook. Past presidents attending were Peter J.,Eichele, Wilfred Mc- Cracken, Robert V. VanBrunt, Fred E. Gregg, Harry C. V. Wordep and John G. Anderson. The next dinner meeting will be held next Thursday when Noel Nllson of Red Bank will speak on "Air-conditioning." Election of officers will be held Thursday, June 3. Members of the Are company will decorate the graves of deceased members Sunday, May 22, for Memorial day. They will meet at the fire house at 11 a. m. Capt. Ralph S. Smith was installed last Wednesday as junior vice commander of the New York Commandery Naval and Military Order of the Spanish-American war. Joe R, Hanley, lieutenant-governor of the state of New York, U the commander. Marlboro Mr. and Mrs. John Frank and daughter of Jersey City have been visiting Mr.. and Mrs. Edward Frank. Mr. and Mrs. Haihaz Tashjian of. Marlboro manor are parents of a son, Lorn Friday at Monmouth Memorial hospital. The Brownie group met Tuesday at the home of their leader, Mrs. Emily Tuveson. They completed the aprons they are making foi Mother's day, and made mother's day cardx. Miss Mary Jane VandeVoort of Iowa City, Iowa; is visiting at the home of Rev, and Mrs. E. Bert Bonte, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kreider of 1 Lancaster, Pa., were week-end guest* of Arthur Labunde. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Murphy of Great Hills, S. I., were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Heulltt. Mrs. Charles Cisar. entertained at luncheon Friday for Mr*. Emijy Bayer and Mrs. Emily Tuveson. ' Mils Sarah Meyers of Washington, D. C, spent the week-end with Miss Grace Maher. William Flintier of Vlncennes, Ind., was a dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Hqrvey Holland last Thursday. \ The Women's Communion breakfast of Bt. John's Mission church will be held at Lincroft inn Sunday. Mr. and Mrs, Thurston Whltson spent, the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Davis at Washington, D. C, fjlrl Scout troop 9 met last Thursday at Liberty grange hall with leaders, Mrs. Emily Tuveaon, Mrs. Emily Bayer and Patti Lc- Molne in charge. MM. Loretta Huelitt. directed a first aid program. Gifts for the troop's "adopted family" were collected. Nature patrol worked for their first aid badges; Bluebird patrol held ichearsal for. the skits they will give at the next troop meeting, and Beaver patrol made plans for. an exhibit of the troop's achievements and projects to bo shown at the next meeting. Brownies and troop. mothers will be guests at the session. Saturday three Scouts, Rllen Jane McCarthy, Becbe EisenherK and Pat Tuveaon, met at the home of Susan Jones at Hdlntdcl for a hot-dog roast and a hike in thts near-by woods. The Girl Scouts held a square dance at Liberty grange hall Saturday, and more than 28 young' people attended. Supervisors were Mrs. Emily Tuveson, Mn, Emily Bayer, Mn, Thomas McCarthy and William StolU. Mrs. Adeline Thomas, organization Girl Scout chairman and leader uf a Freehold troop, and her tlniirhter, Pn.1- iy Thomas, wore guests at the Society to Hold Tea Wednesday Dr. Odell Speaker At W.M.S. Event nev. Dr. Edward A- Odell, iecretary of the Presbyterian Board of National Mission*, will speak at the annual tea of the Women'a Missionary society of the Red Bank Presbyterian church Wednesday at 2:10 p. m. in the church. Hi* addreaa will be "The Progress of rifty Year* of Missionary Work in the Weat Indiei." Or. Odell'a knowledge of the Weat Indies and of the Caribbean area in general is detailed and of long itandlng. Immediately upon graduation from Princeton lemlnniy he went to Puerto Rico and for more than ten years served as pastor and missionary in churchea both English-speaking and Spanish, in rural district* and in Ban Juan, tht capitol. Later he was transferred to Havana, Cubt, aa paitor or the American church In that city, and director of the work of.the Presbyterian board. The missionary established the publication work of the "Heraldo Chi latiano," an evangelical newspaper widely read on the Island, and was related In.many other ways to the production and distribution of literature. By 1931 the Board of National Missions withdrew its ordained missionaries from pastor ate* in the West Indies, in the confidence th»t there waa a sufficiently large body of trained Inland men to carry this respond* billty, Dr. Odell was then askcl to initiate the work of the depart- I1ED BA>*K TlEGTSTEIt, MAY fi. 1!)lf> ment»l the West Indies in New York, with general advisory relationship to all the work., In IMS Dr. OdCll was a delegate to the International Missionary conference in Madras, India. While on this trip he served on the deputation for the Board of Foreign Missions, and later on a similar deputation to the northern part of South America. He la treasurer of the Board of Christian Work in Santo Domingo and chairman of the finance committee on co-operation in Latin-America, a member of the board of trustees of the evangelical seminary at Tio Piedraa and of the Polytechnic Institute at Ban Beiman, Puerto Rico, For many years He has been a contributor to magacines and author of pamphlet*, with special reference to th«west Indies. The aoloiat at Wednesday's tea will be Mrs. Ronald Allen, who will be accompanied by her mother, Mil. Warren H Smock, the pastor will pronounce benediction. MosttiM* are Mrs. Albeit W. Worden chairman, Miss Sara Armstrong, Mrs. Howard Smith, Mrs. I. H. Wood, Mrs. Ralph Norton, Mi*. Herbert Werner, Mrs. Joseph C, Davlson, Mrs. T. N. Doremus, Mrs. W. H. Smock, Mrs. Fr.nk Groff, Mn. A. T. Doremus, Mrs. Edward Close and Mrs. Frank Hewitt Invitations have been sent to neighboring churches and a delegation 1* eitpected from the Westminster Presbyterian church, Pateraon. The closing meeting of the society will be held June 8 and will be preceded by a covered dish lunch*o/i at 1 p. m. Westminster Abbey was original' ly the thurch Of an old Benedictine NOTICE TO CONTHACTORS Ni>ti<i> it, hratlty u\\tn that bids will no i,.,,.v,.,l l,y the Red Hni.k Kc.Mii-h Council for I'iuimlnutu tre;i'ment "f v.nriot.m IOHCII in hnid HnrittiKh. Mills u'li loeeivf.l nt (lie Hr«'niiirli Hull in i{»il Hunk, Monmouth Crjiintr. N. J.. mi tht IBth da)' of Mny. 1!H9, it «:Jl> P. M., )o«fd in senlrd envelop** with th, inline,if till- hiddi-r am] P*^OIMI mirk th'. out<ide and ar<-r»m!>hiii<d l,y a ru-lifi<d clirrk payable to said RnroiiKh, a aura of at lr»»t tm Hd) p»r rem of the amount hid. Bidn must be mail* on the Proposal Forms attached to tli* Ulirnnration*. in the tnnnnri- tlffirnnted therein mid must' he ddirpred lit or hy Hie hour aliovfc named, Specirkaliont anrf IVoiioml rwrm mny he obtained at th*» nfllet 1 of 'leoine. K. Allen, C. E.. 6n Broait ilnil. Rtil Kaik. 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48 Pige Sixteen RED BANK REGISTER, MAY 5. SOS* MlMk toad Si, lid In* *'SM, Mr. CurUt! I ret tk«mail out tviry 4*y new by fivt tintc w«ur new poital Kate* from Tctlty's.'* Rumson P.T.A. Elects Officers Organization Clear* $80 at Auction Mrs. Edward Hofmann was elected president of Rumson Parent- Teacher association at a meeting Tuesday at Rumson high school. The session was followed by an auction, and $80 was' cleared for P.T.A. activities. Other omccrs are Mrs. Ralph Waiters and Walter Rice, vice presidents; Mrs. Saul Shapiro, secretary, and Mrs. William Moncrieff, treasurer. They will be installed in June. The P.T.A. will assist Rumson hoard of education in presenting the Lafayette st. school with an introductory booklet, explaining the school to new pupils and par. cnts, and to acquaint them with school services nnd routines. Miss Emily Pearsall will organize the booklet. Announcement was made of vaccination and diphtheria immunising- for prc-school children. The school music festival opened yesterday at Rumson high school auditorium, and wilt clone Friday. Pupils from the kindergarten classes through senior high school will participate. Boyn can mako pocket money by ieu> Ing The Register. Advertisement. Port Monmoulh Th«Lady Jean McQuorquodale lodge, held their ninth anniveisary dinner at the West Keansburg fire house Saturday evening, Apr. 23. Quests were Grand Chaplain Helen McConnachle and Mr. McConnachie of Montclair, Royal Deputy and Mrs. Robert Monroe of Bloomficld, Grand Deputy Margaret Woodwalk of Montclair, Chief of Clan Montgomery A. McKenzie of Port Monmouth and his nancee, MUs Peggry Bennett of Keyport, chief daughter of the lodge, Mrs. Betty Anderson and Mr. Andeison and George Scott of Ocean Grove. Gordon R, Stevenson celebrated his sixth birthday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Stevenson of Griggs avc, last Friday. Attending were Anne Goebel, Joan Bennett, Deanna Giles, Katharine Klaus, Roger Rutt, Michael Tomasulo, Barbara, Bonnie and Patricia White, all of Port Monmouth; Mr. and Mrs. John Betchel and daughter Catherine of Island Heights, Mrs. George Jacobsen and son, George, Jr., Mrs. Martin Carl- on, Mrs. James Brophy and Stephen and Judith Brophy, all of Brooklyn. Mr. and 'Mrs. John Luff of Newark and Mrs. Robert Simmons of Sterling, were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Groiyson of Georgia ave. MrJ. Lillian Lathropc of Atlantic Highland!, gave a demonstration Wednesday evening of last week at the home of Mr*. James Campbell of Charles st. A social hour waa enjoyed later by those attending. Present were Mrs. Thoma«Chevclier, Mis. John Share, Mrs. Paul Naughton, Mrs. OWard Reilly, lira. Christine Berman, Mr*. Sam Aleback, Mrs. Paul Champagne, Mrs. Mzrgaiet Lennon, Mrs. Gertrude Glcason, Mn. William Fix and Mrs. Eb worth Sheppard. Mrs. A. E. Murphy of Main St., celebrated her birthday last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. David Greene of Irvington, were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Rudden, Monmouth avc. Mia. Charles Leventhal of Michigan avc, (pent Saturday of last week with her niece, Mrs. Henry Waltonen of Brooklyn. Freddie Kunzmtn celebrated his eighth birthday Monday with his parent* and family. He received large birthday cake which he shared with hi* playmates. Mrs. George Luker returned home Sunday from Chelonford, Mass., where she spent two weeks' vacation at the home of her sonin-law and daughter, Major and Mrs. Lawrence Cometh. * Pvt. Harry Collins, who la stationed at Washington, D. C, visited his parents over the week-end. Mrs. Irene Alsback has returned to her position with the DuPont company after serving on the jury for five weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Richsrd B. Russell of Jersey City have purchased the house on Main st., formerly owned by the Fitzgerald family. Mr. Rutsell, who has served 42 yean as a letter carrier, will make this his permanent home* in June. The Port Monmouth Social club traveled to Mlllburn Friday night to attend a performance of the show "Song of Norway." After the show they had dinner at Tretola's restaurant, Union. Those who made the trip were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Finkleman, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wacker, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Merker, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Patton, Mrs. Emma Abado, Hans Tomton, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hanttr, Mrs. Anna Stava, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wensel, Mrs. Alice Meade, Mrs. William May, Mr. vsnd Mr*. Al Guthlein, Mr. and Mrs. William MelsenHacker, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Sickles, Mrs. Edna Knappy, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Helmuth, Mr. and Mrs. George Baldringer. Girl Scout troop 6» will hold a card party next Tuesday afternoon at 1:90, at the home of Mn. Mattit Miner, Campbell ave. si* BOOK BEVIEW ~~" Mrs. A. V. A. McHasrg reviewed Lloyd Douglas' best-seller. 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