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RED BANK REGISTER
RED BANK, N. J., THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1945
VOLUME LXVIi;, NO. 46.
Annual Poppy Day
Sale Here May 26
Local Legion Auxiliary
Has 5,000 Poppies To Sell
County Men In
Army and Navy
War Casualties
Official Lists of
Killed,, Missing
And Wounded
Monmouth Boat Club
Committees Named
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Regatta Group Will Arrange
Sailboat Racing Schedule "
5ea Bright To
Observe Youth
Day May 16
To Run Boro
Departments—
Council Matters
SECTION ONE—PAGES 1 TO 12
Monsignor McCloskey
Passed Away Tuesday
Borough Mourns Pastor Of
St. James Church Since 1925
Committeee were appointed at events. A committee consisting of
It was announced hy Mayor
•Monsignor John B. McCloskcy,
The annual poppy day sale of the
The War and Navy departments, Monday night's meeting of the Roger Ryan, chairman; Herbert
Thomas Farrclj at the meeting of
rector of St. James church since Deauxiliary of Shrewsbury post,
through the Oliicc of War Informa- Monmouth Boat club. President Cox and Thomas Morrison, w n apthe
Sea
Bright
mayor
and
council
cember,
1925, died Tuesday night al
American Legion, will be held Sat|tion, for the week beginning last Stuart Cook, who expressed the pointed to see what could be done
":07 o'clock in the rectory on Broad
ast Thursday night that Youthurday, May 20. Auxiliary olllcials
Friday and ending today, listed 28 hope that plans for another success- in acquiring a small boat railway
street, to.which he had been moved
ood Government day will be obat a recent meeting completed
Monmouth county men as casualties ful season of sailboat racing by the or other equipment and report to
ibout three weeks ago.. lie was
served in that borough Wednesday,
plans for the hale throughout this
of war. The lists showed eight junior skippers would be arranged the house committee.
en ill during the latter part of
May 16. The various municipal dearea, und m^rc than 5,000 poppies,
killed, three missing, 16 wounded by the regatta committee.
After stressing the need of reDecember
and'was removed then to
lartmcnts will bo operated N by the
Fitting Tribute For
have been purcha-sed for the May
and one prisoner of war. One ser- The presiding officer also took oc- pairs to certain sections of the clubMocmouth
Memorial hospital. Fora
oun^
people
of
the
borough
on
26 sale.
house
property,
President
Cook
apwas reported as liberated, caslon to thank "Capt." Andrew
time tic rallied but later sank Lnto
Eatontown War Hero viceman
that day. This custom is observed
The little red flowers- will pay
In all cases the next of kin have White and also to commend him for pointed a new committee designat- annually.
i coma.
tribute to both those men who have
the great amount of repair work he ed as a building fund committee
An impressive memorial service been notilied and kept informed by had done for the club since the consisting of Harry Clayton, Edgar
Monsignor McCloskey, son of the
Bids for collecting garbage in the
died for their country in the presthl!W :
nd N a v
dep rtm e t8
late Bernard and Susanna Mclntyre
„„..
held
Sunday
afternoon i
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borough were rejected for the third
ent war, and to those who fell 2" for-Jack
Kiazier, a member, w h t ) ; any change m status.- The HsU foi- disastrous hurricarfe which did soV. Denise and Kenneth Smith.
McCloskey, would have been 72
~7c"arS~31grriTr-F-rKflce and -BHgilim.
much damage to clubhouse properThe regatta committee named time because they were too high.
years old July 3. During the critical
n—Met+H»d4;R
among the poppies of Flanders. The
ty,
:_
comprises
Commodore
Thomas The council will udvertise again for
illness of the rector, Rev. James
WHS
killed
in
action
April
5
in
Gerbld«_far_the May_Uth_nieeting.,
entire proceeds will be used to aid
TJofermls;
Ke7in~6th~SH]HhT~Ajonza
ii.nn.itt, Maj. Harold H.. husband | The. large float which had been
Duffy hits ucted as administrator1 of „
A suggestionthat benches similar.
the afflicted veterans of both World many, as told in a recent issue of ii of Mr-. Mildred K. Bennett Wilson i t o r n a P a r t n 4 s b e e n r e b u i l t by A " - McVey, William L. Bennett, David
The
Bed
Bank
Register.
the parish.
to
those
along
the
boardwalk
war one and World war two and
Wilson, Robert Galle and Douglas
rew WMte.afterrecoveringthe
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drew
WMteafterrecover
__A..spec:ial program-printed..for.lht..; road, .Matawan.
----.all. ..walks. of.JIfe,
t h e i r families;
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various portions washed up on club- Jerolaman. The house committee "~orig"Branch be~fSsTa 1 icd* at" Sea
service contained a picture of the | lilgelow, 1st. Lieut. Malcolm B.,
and of all religious denominations,
The poppies aie made by disabled young hero with a sketch of hia '• win of Edwin Bigelow, Tenth »vc- house' property and elsewhere. He re-appointed includes Captain Ferd Bright was made by Councilman
who know the venerable priest lor
la also rebuilding the club dock White, Robert Eisner and John Jack White, who was authorized to
veterans in hospitals throughout life and his valient service with his! niic, Delfurd.
so many years, were saddened by
White. Supervisors of the junior obtain an estimate of the cost from
the nation, nnd poppies to be sold battalion during which'he made the.! ISrouwer, Staff Sgt. Francis J., which was swept away and the
the passing of the; man who had
skipper named were - Whitney K. Mayor Klcrnan of Long Branch.
in Red Bank were made at Lyons. supreme sacrifice for his country. \ MMI of Mrs. Bertha Brioufer, Bcl- smaller dock and float.
become . so prominent a figure in
Action was deferred for the secHerbert Cox spoke of the trouble Munson, chairman; David Wilson
Making poppies has helped to keep A quotation from a letter tent to lord,
the life of the community. Fiona
the minds and fingers of many vet- his mother, Mrs. Verna Frazier. by Frazier, Pvt. Jack H.. son ofand work necessitated by lack of and Dr, Milton Ross, assistants. ond time on the application of Max
Rev. Roger J. Squire, pastor of the
equipment) for the pulling up on iRobert Galle was elected assistant Charna! for the transfer of' his
' cran-s occupied, nnd at the same one in his company, read. "Through
Red
Bank Methodist church and
Mm. Verna Frailer, S3 Clinton ave- land of sailboats after " racing [treasurer of the club.
MSGR. JOHN B. McCLOSKEY
li'quoc>distribution license next door
time furnishing them with a means Jack's deatji other .lives were.
president, o f the Red Bank Council
nue, Katontown.
to his present address on Ocean
of Churches, came the following
avenue. In both_jnstances there
for the puppies they make for thebeen the one but fate was against^ n f j j r s . D O r o thy GafTney, 264 West
jjtatemj^nt shortly after the'death.
was aTa"ck"of~V6tes™cniiDr?~i'or:~a~
sale.
of'tfi priest':""Y""~" "7-, •"
him. In the niinds and hearts of j j . ; n d a v e n u c Long Branch.
quorum because Councilman -Hel.Mrs, Catherine Christman, auxil- his buddies Jack died a hero."
"The Red Bank community ha»
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mar Hansen, who holds a liquor liiary president, and Mrs. Kenneth
lost an outstanding leader i n the
On the back page of the program I
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cense himself, is ineligible to vote
R. Smith a>e in charge of the lo- is a memorial poem written by I Potter, Staff Sgt. Walton S., son
passing of Monsignor John B. Mcon such matters.
£ul_n.oj>]n* Male. Othei a a l i s t i n g are Fred C. Steelman. church' official ' «f Arnold Potter, ?01 Atkins aveCloskey. A, loyalty and devotion to
J. Wesley Seaman' of Long
Mrs. T. II. Mead; Mrs. Otmar Phil- and principal lot' many ycurs-of-ttw—--nin»,-Sie.ptune,
the work of his church did not
rsTTClrj
tjororrgh
rerrgnretrr,—-nthlips and Mrs. Julian Tusick.
-keep—him—f-tom—exerting—an—add!
Eatontown grammar .school where
XAVV DKAD
mitted
the
following
report
on
the
"The wealing of the poppy." said Jacl; was graduated in 1938.
Durante, Luke John, chief pho-!
tioniil influence for good in many
recent hearing in Washington, D.
Mrs. Christman '"has become
Rev. Paul G. Jochinlte. pa-stor of ' (ographer's mate, USX, son of Mr. !
civic affairs. His personal friendGraduation Banquet
C, at which an appeal for federal
silt nt pledge, renewed each year, the church, gave the memorial ad- ja n d M r s j o n n Durante, 6 Main I
liness endeared him to those o{ all
funds for adequate protection of
t l m t h e people of America have dress at the service. Sgt. John M. ; street Mataivan.
faiths,
At Molly Pitcher
the coast from erosion:
the
olo, "The
not forgotten the responsibility Mypi.s1
"On behalf of the Red Bank
A H M Y
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they have been given by their fight- Lord's Pr^'cr." Appropriate hymns I
At your request, I went to WashCouncil
of Churches I extend deepMonday, May 21
ing men of both wars. The.se men were sung, prayers were offerer! • OwiazdosUi, Sgt. Joseph, son of
ington with other representatives of
est
sympathy to the members of
Next
Saturday,
May
12,
birthday
and
taps
were
mounded
following
Mr*Bertha
Gwlazdoskl,
Engllshthe
various
municipalities
alone
th
have given their lives or their,
of Florcncepiftightirigale, is fittingly New Jersey coast area, to urge the i Seventy-two graduates of tho St. Jamos parish in t(jc hour of
] town.
health for us, and it is with grat- thc benediction.
designated National Hospital day. passage of two Bills presented in ! FBI police classes hold for 11. coa- their sorrow."
i .Johnnson, Cpl. Alfred i.., son of
itude thut w<? set aside this day to
Services for the priest will begin
On this day the hospitals of Mon- e
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Mrs. Anna Johnson, 34 Beach street
^ honor them "
S « S ? U ; ' / l l S 1 S < > ! ! r S . a « . ? ! . " s . " : « c u l l v e weeks i n . h e R e d Bank
mouth county present a united R.-2032 and H. 'R.-2O33, and also boruugh hall under the sponsoiship tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock wita
"There is no lixed price for a A t t r a C t l V e KlimSOn Monmcutl, Beach
front on combat duty against in- urged the passage of another bill in of the Xew Jeisey State Police a solemn high mass to be celebratI'uvlovich, 2nd Lieut. Miles, huspoppy." she concluded; "whatever
the House, known as the Emered hy Father Duffy for the children
jury and disease.
Chief's association in co-nperatioh of St. James scl|pol and pariah. At
band of Mrs. Vlnginia L. Favlovich,
gency Hurricane Bill, H. R.-1079.
ts giv.-n is welcome. The little boy's
American
Music
The Voluntary Hospitals of Amerwpitli
tho
Federal
Bureau
of
Inves517
Seventh
avenue,
Belmar.
J. Spencer Smith, president of the
pennies and the business man's dolica today are fighting at home State Board of Commerce anil Nav- tigation will be presented with 11 o'clock a solemn high mass will
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lar arc equally acceptable.'1 Poppies
held for parishioners and
and abroad—not only on the wa igation of New Jersey, conducted diplomas at n graduation banquet
To
Be
Featured
Alvator,
1st
Lieut.
James
E.,
huswill be so'.d by •uisiliarv membtis,
ront, where many of their doc- the hearings for the shore munici- Monday evening, May 21, at thefriends. At 3 o'clock tomorow afband of Mrs. Ann L. Alvator, 26
Boy and Oirl Scouts and other chilternoon the body will be removed
tors and nurses are serving wltli palities before the sub-committee Molly Pitcher hotel, it was anWorthlry street, Red Bank.
The annual spring concert, spondren living in this area.
RiverB and Harbors. Testimony Inouncod this week, by Chftf Harold from the rectory to the church to
Dr. Francis Glazebrook Bielim, I'FC Phillips, son of Mrs.jsored by the music department of the armed forces, but also at hom< on
tor the bills was presented by the 'A, Davison of Red Bank.
lie in state. The public may visit
with injurj
Olga Boehm, Cedar avenue, West Rumson high school; under the di- where they are,
I gMunsi^nor James V. Kclley, pres- the church to pay its respects from
Long Branch.
rection of Harvey Egan, jvill be
this time until Saturday morning
Sgt. bunion
Clinton u., presented tomorrow evening at 8:15 age of personnel and increasing and senators of various other states , ident of Scton Hall college. South at 10 o'clock. Men of the parish
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- ' wnier, Teoh.
iecn. oci.
difficulties in receiving supplies and
the
coast
line'
and
Grer'
Great
'
jOiange,
will
be
the
principal
spenko'clock in the high school auditor- equipment, our hospitals are giving along
will serve as a guard of honor.
e an
For Own Occupancy .. 11103
;hl,sba,d
of-Mm.
Bohier, ium. Tickets may be purchased
L k g were given
i
Einia
Curtis
avenue, vir
West
Belmar.
an opportun ity to 'or. Other sprakprs will include IE- On Saturday morning at 10
excellent care to the people of Mon- Lakes
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C t i 2nd Lieut.
W Oeor;e
t B l H., from students or at the door.
Dr. Francis H. Glazcbiook
has!
Chafrv,
testify
in
favo
of
the
bill
A
the offices of
mouth county. It is to those compurchased from Mrs. Louis Glemby j husband of Mrs. Imogene L. Chafey,
Participating in the concert will munity
ce, and a t
non-profit
institutions,
W. S. C. S. To Conduct ! an
attractive stucco over tile resi- 511 Fourth avenue. Spring Lake.
be the senior girls' Glecn club, ren- founded and supported as communsolemn requiem
deuce situated on the crest of a hill j Ciumato, PFC Ralph V., son of dering "I'll See You Again" and ity projects that the citizens of our
5th Annual Service
pontifical mass will be celebrated
at Pine nidge, Riunson. The sale • Mrs. F.lvira Cimato, K. F. D., Head- "Allah's Holiday." An original com- county may well turn
their Monmouth. spoke at length for' the ;New Jcrrey area with headquarters hy tho Most Rev. William A. Griffin,
municipalities
in jfonniouth 'in N'ownrk.
was effected by William H. Hintol- i j I n - s Corner, Middlctown township. position by Dorothy Parmley, 11th thoughts on National Hospital day. shore
h
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Bishop of the Trenton diocese.'
A Kpeeiitl (jh.-crvancc of Mother's mann, realtor, Iium.-:on.
dinner, PFC William J., son of grade student, will also be sung by What finer goal could be set than county. Freeholder lrwin made a ; Mayors and councilmrn of MiniBurial in charge of the John E .
(lay in (.haige of the Woman's SoThe icsidence wa.~ o: iginally .a ! William N., Thompson avenue, East the glee club.
very impressive talk in favor of 'ni'MitJi county cnmmiinitins . icjirc"Better
Health
For
All"—the
theme
ciety of Christian Service will he lurjie f:irm barn built by the late
heoe three bills and filed with the 'sentcd in the classes hy police olli- Day funeral home will take place
Members
of
the
mixed
chorus
will
chosen
by
the
hospitals
of
our
in
the priests' plot in Mount Olivet
held Sunday morning in Eatontown James P.. Williston on his country ;
wo committees a iengthy brief ." jeers will nllciid ns well as other.
Cowan, I'FC Gorrion T., son of sing a group of Negro spirituals, country for the coming year. Hos- copv of
cemetery.
f which
h i h II enclose?
l
Mr.
M llrwin
Methodist church. Mrs.Paul G. estate known ar "Meadelawn." Fol"
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-high-ranking
police
nnd
municipal
Mrs. J.illian H , 71 Morris avenue, including "Swing Low, Sweet Char- pital day is also a "Get Acquainted also filed a book of pictures, showo
iil
Survivors of Monsignor McClosJochinke
wilt p!e.«ide.
lowing m
thee ae&in
death ui
of -Mr.
Mr. a
and
uijiiti11
"• i'.v.-.v...
lowing
m i Mit-:.
.'lift. . , . .
fiiv
iot" and "Water Boy." "The Or- Day," for hospitals are dedicated ing the damage done along the cllicials. The diplomas will be given kcy are three sisters, Mrs. Catherine
Williston.
Brig.
Gen. H
Howard
The service wijl begin a t 10:50 W
iMslon; B
r i g . Gen.
o w a r d S.
S. ; \\\ „ , , U t ' . r
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, chestra Song" by Schumann will al- to the service of humanity and vital coast by the hurricane of Septem- out hy Police Chief John F. Murray Kelly of Haddon Heights, Miss
o'clock w i t h o r g a n prelude b y M r s . B o l c I e n a c q u i r e d this p r o p e r t y f o r ' I . " " m 5 ' , l h t .J ° h " J " ? n ° f so be in the mixed chorus's group. to the welfare of the community. ber 14. 1!M4. Many of these pictures ,f>f Perth Amboy, pi evident of the
.Mary McCloskey of Woodstown, and
Fred
G. S t e e l m a n . T h e o p e n i n g d e v e l o p m e n t p u r p o s e s a n d s u b d i v i d - i "
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Special features of the program They, need and deserve public sup- show the damage done to the sea- 'state Chiefs association,
shore
h
beaches
b h by
b the
th continual
t i l ' Chief Davison, who has been In Mrs. Anuie O'Toole of Philadelphia,
pi after will I.e given by Mr.«. Elliot !c d t h l , n o r t h c r l v half into t h e d e - | 1 > "'.' t J ' ? n m . ° U " h 1 . ,
will be an original piano compo- port.
und
two nieces, Dorothy and Catherosion of the ocean. Congressman charge of the classes held Wednes. W i l l i t t , a n d responsive r e a d i n g will v e l o p m e n t k n o w n a s P i n e R i d g e . :
< ' « n t i l c , > R t . M c h o u w s o n of M r s . sition by Roy Younger, a senior,
Friendly commendation from our James C. Auchincloss, of this dis- day afternoons anil evenings, will eiine Kelly of Haddon Heights.
be led hy .Mrs. Leslie
D . Seely. H e l a t e r sold t h e Willi.-ton b a r n to ;MBed
" V Bank.
f"' n "'". 2 8 2 B r ' d g e a v e n u e ,
and an accordion duet by Harvey neighbors is always welcome no less trict, was very much in evidence
Monsignor McCloskey was born
Prayer
for nmen
who mivirwiniAri
lemodeled ;»
it into
P r j i v / » i ' ft\v
i f ' t i and
^ n H women
M ' n n i p n iin
n tthe
l i p jr
\ t r5
. . .- fGlemby
i n K i i . . . . i«.u,»
i n t n ' * " *t* U u n K .
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Huhn, 1st Lieut. Kenneth K., hus^ Egan and William Homick, a ninth to the institution thaa to the in-as he is on the sub-cqmmittce on ibe assisted j n the banquet plans by at Woudstowh, in the southern part
servici-,, will !«• offeied by Mrs. >ari attractive i-cidcncc. The re.siRivers
and
Harbots
and
is
working
(Chief
Thomas
Mnrks
,
nt
Lonp
-George B. Wliitfield, followed by i(i e n r e rontain? four master bed- bund of Mrs. Frances C. Huhn, 133 grade student. Mr. Egan and Roy dividual. Speaking for the city
of the State, on July 3, 1873. Hav,, Younger will also play a piano duet. fathers, the mayor of Long Branch very hard for the passage of these jBranch and Chief Howard Mona- ing completed his grammar course
Scriplurc reading -by Mrs. Richard I ,- oomSi two maids' bedrooms, two Joliiu; avenue, Long Branch.
bills.
From
the
questions
asked
vahim
of
Highlands.
In
addition
thcie
S
y
,
Pvt.
Vincent
R.
son
of
Robert.-..
'baths, large living room with open
The dance band will play "You're writes to the president and gov(
in the school of that town, he left
g persons testifying for these j* n dinner committee consisting of
l
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2 English
l i h So Sweet toe? Remember," among ernors of Moamouth Memorial hos- rlou
The heiv altar'set will be dedi- !| f j,-ep],-ire, dining room, and
d modern
d
Jnsx'ph SeKckfcy,
Route
2,
bills, by members of the sub-com- Cant
Chailes"M""Ericksen of" RIHI I to take up his study for the priest1
catcd hy M R Claude Molono ar|d hurning vapor heat,
town.
other selections.
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ii o o j a t st. Bonuventure s co"ege m
mittee, it is my impression that Bank, Set. Peter Hylr-ml of.Um
will be received in the name of the :kjtchen. It is equipped witli'oil
Vacchiano, PFC Frank S., son of The entire program will stress
in !
"The City of Long Branch is most they seem very much interested
Allegheny, New York. Ho wa«
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iBri.nc-i!
a-:.l
Sgl.
J-vr-ph
O'Uourke
church by Mrs. Annabel! Dennis.
The grounds comprise I S acres! Mrs. Mary Vacchiano 15 Prospect American music.
fortunate in having within its limits the bills and I would say
graduated from that historic instil
Tho guest speaker will be Mrs. Wil- !0 fHP]j landscaped property and ' place Neptune,
In addition to Mr. Egan's direc- the Monmouth Memorial hospital. hearings were very succe,'ssfulnnd "f Neptune. Cpunnlman Thomas tution, conducted by the Brown
very
worth
ivhile.
M
r.opsill.
chriirninn
of
tin*
police
liam McDonald, president of t h e ' , n ; l v e ., large frontage on a private: VanNnte C
Cpl, Arthur J., son of tion of the program, faculty assist- It is of the greatest humane value,
Frans-uscan Fathers, in June, 1894,
If the first two bills, known ns j committee, will be to:istm:istcr.
Woman's Society of Christian Ser- j a n c loading out to Rurasnn road. I avenue, Ki-d- Bank.
ants are Mies Irma Von Glahn, efficiently staffed and governed,
on which occasion he had the disvice of New . .Brunswick district. The property adjoins ' Binglmm ! Mrs, Sadie E. VanNotc, 58 Westslde Miss Charlotte Halloran and James modernly equipped, as well as be-H. R.-2O32 and H. R.-2033 are finally I
tinction of delivering tho valedictand made law, u will mean .
The junior choir will sing the ap- Hill." the country farm estate of i Walsh, Maj. Frederick H., hus- Kakcn.
ing one of the most beautiful hos- passed
ory and address to Cardinal Satolli,
that it will be the first time in
propriate selection. "What a Friend I Michael H. Jacobs.
band of Mrs. Doris B. Walsh, Monpitals
in
the
state.
.
who at that time was the Apostolic
Stage and lighting are under the
history of the federal government
We Have in Mother." Mrs. Claude j Dr. Glazohrook has hern occupy- ( moiilh Hills, HiijIilHnds.
Our
city
is
growing
and
one
of
that they have contributed or will :TT\
r^f-4delegate to the United States and
supervision
of
Charles
Moraller
and
Mclone. Mrs. Jame.s Bennett and jing this property under lease .since : Zuhlmann, PFC Nephi W., son of
its greatest assets is the Monmouth be in a'position to contribute to j L/SJllTJlGII
who just u few days before had laid
Mrs. Raymond Bennett will serve lat-t November! Ht is former mr-di- : >i r S j R OSC , & Zahlman, 2 Cottage Harold Halligan.
Memorial hospital."
tlin cornerstone of St. Jame s church.
as ushers at the service.
cal director of the Xew York Stock , j>ince> Keansburg.
Monmouth Memorial hospital has
at Red Bank.
Highlands,
Normandie
27 doctors and 50 nurses in the serMonsignor McCloskey, after his
diatcly,
vice.
graduation, was adopted by Bishop
twenty million dollars
I Davaris, PFC Stephen, USMCR,
Properties Are Sold
The
Schools
of
Nursing
of
MonJames A. McFaul, who had been.
tection of points seriot
MOTHER'S DAV PKOGRAM.
husband of Mrs. Stephen J. Davarjs,
mouth Memorial and Fitkin hospit- by the hurricane, and
appointed bishop of the Trenton
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Several additional lilies and -rent...
ruui) Thirteenth
inirieenm avenue, Helroax,
Cpl. Charles W. Pittius, Jr., als are members of the Cadet Nurse mediate atlention. This twentydiocese, and was sent to St. Mary's
ti) tho:-o lEM-ently reported hy A.
A Mothers day program will be ; A K M Y PRISONERS—GERMANY whose wife, Mrs. Emma Pittius, Corps and in the autumn of 1944million dollar bill only covers
presented in Shrewsbury avenue A. | K a u l i m a n , , n dx l e u t F r a n k N
;K. Dennett h:ive bet n mado by the seminary a.t Baltimore to complete
lives on Grove street, East Keans- affiliated with Monmouth Junior coast line of New Jersey.
his theological studies. He was orE. Z.on church Sunday at 11 a. ! „ „ o f M r s _ ' W a K . - K a u t z m a n m i burg, has returned from nine college for their pre-clinlcal semesI also wish to file with you a iHi'ihlands rr-iiltor.
W. S. C. S. In Charge M.
m. under sponsorship of Mrs, Al- street,
dained June 12, 1897, at the Trenton
Belmar,
copy,
of
a
report,
entitled
"Sum|
Walter
ami
Alvivh
Hoffm.'in'.s
fiveter.
The
plan
has
proven
most
months
service
in
the
European
berts Thomas and Rev. O. G. GnddOf Special Service
mafy1 of
n Report
on Damage
Done
i , . o n m ,, oU ,, K ,, with two-car garage cathedral by Bishop McFaul. Also
OU
:
win, pastor. The public is invited. ARMY LIBERATED—GERMANY theater, and is being treated at satisfactory from every angle.
By. Floods
inththe
Borough
of Sea
K,-l
° 0 i!.. 1 ".,
L B ?L
?!!..°.L^
'!on Huddy avenue. Highland, has ordained at that time was Rev.
Stark
General
hospital,
Charleston,
Fitkin
hospital
feels
Hospital
Day
Bright, Caused by the Hurricane been sold to J. \V. O'Loiighlin of John A. CauUlekl, who later served
Cimato, i>FC Nicholas J., son of
The fifth annual Mother's day
South Carolina, prior to being an opportune time to dwell on thelast September,"
This report
shows
Public Auction.
as assistant rector of St. James.
p
p .M.u'icuu,,
Joseph Cimato, Box 412, Red Bank. foul" L a ™ ™' ft" \ ' " i , q , ,„?
service will be held Sunday evening
^___
'
I transferred to another hospital for splendid
contribution
volunteer damage amounting
i
100 Newark, who will'occupy it with
Having sold our warehouse huildto $1,046,1)00,
.Monsignor
McCloskcy's
first
ID
b l i c ' h i s family as then- summer rosi111 KinliuivMuthwHat ehuych, Litt4«- tuff. ffTfr-rHspoae of entiro
definite treatment. He v/as wound- workers are making to the sumwhich includes damage | p ubli
"Hallmark Cants
i di'ntv. .
- assignment was to Rev. Thomas
1
Silver, by the Woman's Society of unrestricted and without reserve on
Total ot hospital aiiivlee necfled-tnf- -nrognr-t-v nrivntr j i n d
ed
in
Germany.
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n
.
tl,n
n
.
l
n
,
nf
St.
f
Mother's Day cards for grandma,
Christian Service.
Cpl. Pittius, who is in the Feld the community. In''March, 1945, property and commercial pronerty.
the premises at 701 F street. Belhas been tiled with Col. 1 Portland road. Highlands, ha.s been Agues church a t Atlantic Highland..
Flowers will be presented to the mar, N - J., .between Seventh and aunt, sister, daughter wife, mother, Artillery, has the pre-Pcarl Har- Nurses' Aides gave 1,340 hours to This report
p
n h,
C p of
f Armv
A mvEngineers
E gi
by Frank Ciaramita of
f His elliciency and knowledge of
mother with the youngest child and Eighth avenues Friday and Satur- dad and sweetheart's mother. Gift bor ribbon, Purple Heart, good con- this hospital and 15 Grey Ladles R
Renshaw,
Corp.
|| jimchascd by
Items for all. Fox's Gift Shop, 41
Philadelphia,
nnd
church affairs, gained during th»
hillhi
d will
ill he inctudd Brooklyn for his summer home.
ins; hymn "Happy the Home;" wel- day. May 11th and 12th at 1:30 P. Monmouth street, Red Bank, N. J. duct medal and one bronze battle 542 hours during the same month. at P
1
cd in his report on the above men- ! _Ml,s ' i-'i-mli S Tnllnuin's ten- three months he served as a curate
Tho address of the. evening will M. Inspection Thursday May 10th, —Advertisement.
Dietitian
Aides
are
also
contributstar.
tloned
hills
to
tho
Rivers
and-Hiir-!
.
'
,
],
i,niisc
road,
n
i|;h(
ut this church recommended him
be delivered by Mrs. William' H. 10 A. M. to 5 P. M. Asbury Park-,
ing many hours ding time consum- bora and Appropriation
committees Highlands, has been tiold t o R o b e r t to Bisho]T McFaul for appointment
p
MacDonakl. The program follows: Belmar Storage Co. B. G. Coats. Second National Bank * Trust Co.
ing jobs In tho Dietary Department off C
Auctioneer Telephone Long Brunch
Sned Corn.
Congress,
Wi'ins:
of
Occanport.
Tho
house
is
as temporary rector of Holy CroM
Organ prelude, Mrs. George Iv- 3590.—Advertisement.
!of Rod Bunk.
Common . stock
Certified hybrid New Jersey No. In tho service from Fitkin hospital
tin- largi'.-t uf three cottngi's on t h echurch at Runison, (luring the so1ns; hymn "Happy tlm Home;,, welbought and sold. Write or phone 2, i and U. S. 13; also hybrid sweet arc 31 doctors and 35 nurses.
Kem Tour
located
on
ii
high
eleva1
come, Mrs. J. C. Wightmnn; Scrlpjourn of Rev. K. J. Egan in Eui'op*.
First New.Jersey Securities Co., corn. Limited
Mother's Day Cards
supply, order now
Ited sup
Rlvcrvlew has year by year en $2.98 n gallon, and it doe« the aver- I]tion ovi'i-hidtiiu: tlie I'IVIM- a m i
liti'o rending, Mrs. Tv'onl Nilson, for your mother, for sunioone olse.s Inc., 003 Matllson avenue, Asbury Conovcr Biros., Wiicliatunk, N. J.
In January, 1H0S, he was appointage room, Trlmz wall puper $1.0^
largcd
Its
facilities
and
bettered
its
prayer, Mrs, Theodore Mnrtin; solo, mother, nnd relatives In a'large se- Park, N. J. Phone 2121.—Adver- Phone Holmdel 6121.—Advertiseand $2.ir> a roll. Vnlspar -vninish'' in (lci.'iiii a.-i well a s t h e rimnlrysi'ile. ed assistant to Uev. P. F. Connolly,
services,
despite
war-time
restricTht!
huu-e
has
two
biitliH,
open
flretisement.
lection.
A
llttle-dlffercnt
nml
hotter
Mrs, I\'ormu n Poolo; offering; nnall sizes. We enrry a paint for
ment.
later Monsignor Connolly, who was
tions nnd difficulties. Rlvorvlow will every purpose. Nntlonnl f i . & l C
iiad a l ! niiHlcrn
improvethem hy the intermediate choir; than the iisun'yAlsn n large selecthen rector of Sts. Philip and
bo open to the public Sunday, May Prown's.—Advertisement.
m e n t s and will be u.-ptl an a yearhymn, "Lord of Life;" address, Mrs. tion of gifts for mother, as well us
Household Goods.
Recapping and Vulcanizing
James,church at l'lilllipstiurg. Ho
for all occnslons. Trubin's Ait
round rcslilrai-i' by t h e buyer.
Painters' supplies, oils, seeds, etc., 48-hour service; latest methods 33, also, for tho benefit of war -work
MncDonnld; prcscntntlon of flowers, Krnft
remained there three nnd a half
Shoppe, Broad street; Red nt Fnlr Haven Hardwaro Store, and
equipment In our plant PhD era and those who cannot como on
f'hinli's I1'. W e i n h e i m e i ' s stucco y e n s anil was appointed the first
Mrs. Walter Morris, president of Bank, N. J.—Advertisement.
Scrplco's for Service.
Fair Hnven rond. James LaBau, Waldman'a Gulf Service, Maple Satu'May. Dn the armed forces from
the W. S. C. S,; hymn, "Love DlTypewriters, adding machines bungalow at Xnrm:i!Hlle-hy-th-Ken. 'permanent rector of St. Augustine'*
proprietor.—Advertisement.
avenue and West Front street, Rod Rlvorvlew are 26 doctors and sixsold, rentod and ropalrod. Com- hn.s boi'i! biiugbt by Jiibn nonaticllo
vlnn;" benediction, Dr. Da Mnrla.
No Molli Worry,
Bank, phono 1B65.—Advertisement
plete lino of stationery nnd olllco of Ivvingttm u s b i s suminiM' bunie. church al Ocean City, which tip 10
Tim ushors will be Mrs. Melvin
And they won't got your good
that linn' had been opened only
Notice.
l'-i'iic Cnrr'.-i eotiawi 1 nil LinDr. E. C. Hazard Hospital Auxil- equipment. 105 Monmmith street,
Biillor, Mrs, Robcr.t Burnslde, Mrs. clothes. Pnni Nugcutts M cents n
during the summer monthi, Whll*
phono 485.—Advertisement.
Wnntsltlo Cone* Shop.
On nnd nfter May 16th Pete's
den iivrnue, lli;:lilanils, h a s been
iary No. 1 holds an enviable record
Krod Cumpboll nnd Mrs. .7, I,, Stev- pound, Lurvex $1,79
_ . 'f
oir '•• p i l l i o n .
Icier,, hi- rebuilt the church and »
Features special dinners Sundays for service In tho 12 years it has
rented by .Irilin Ke.| ns of Nmv Vork
Moth hngs 20 cents. Odorn closel.s liai-bnr s hnp. Utllo Silver, will clnaci
enson.
haiidiioinl1 rectory, and organized
nil day Wednesdays Indefinitely.— nnd holidays from 12 to 8 p. m,
Building* Demolished
cltv fur Hit1 Hiinil"'"!' si'ii.-iim. >
Dr. Dc Minis, pnstor, will prench .$•(.08. National 5 & 10. Prcwn'n— Advertisement,
heen organized, Cash amounting to
Prlco
$100.
147
W.
BerRcn
Place,
nonmi-jjiiiimis nnd erected chopola
nt
short
notice,
Shore
Bulldinc
Sup.Advortlaoment,
IL sermon nppropiinto to the day
Red Bank, N. J.—Advertisement $1,500 has been contributed to tho ply and Wrecking Co, 17!) Briini'liIn tin- villages of Dorothy, MUlmay |
nnd both senior nnd Junior choirs
hospital; $2,000 worth of equipment pnrt avenue, Long Hrnncli, fj, J,,
,
l'ii-si Culm 1 .
Fuel Oil.
a Nil lli.iii'.v, "II In t'npi- Muy County.
Radios.
will rflng.
has
been
given;
bed
linen
to
tho
d
e
l
union
M
H
:
I
'
I
"
ci>nl«
:i
phone 3188.—Advertisement,
American FlaK*.
Deliveries subjoct to govcrnmont
Keiinlrert, .with n gunrantnc Hint
.M.insignur
MeCloskey'i next,
p o u n d . • i . l m - i 1'i'nU. i hi1.-1' v.-i-i !• I"
<xfl Hewed Blur, host Dctra <|iml- amount of J4B0;, miscellaneous sup
counts. Bradloy'a Radio Scrvlci!, regulations. Hanuo & Davis, phono
cents
n pciuinl;
Wooili :in"n Invl I'li.irgi' \rns at St. Anthony's a t
B, X. (able.
Ity $4.08; 12-font flag polos, 51.1(8. piles worth $1715, nnd $100 In supNewman .Springs Hond Red Bi\nk Hod Bunk 103.—Advertisement.
Kxpcrt llcuutlcluii Wntitcd.
a l l in in a n d line. N a t i o n a l HiglH.-itiiwn. After n stay ot a little
Hpni'lnl -price on short lengths. 1151, nnd 10 Bust Front street, KeyNational 5 & 10, Prown'a.—A'dvor- plies for tho bnblcs. An cuthiinlas
riKinc Ited Hnnh ,'I3I)S, Ann's 5iliiiillly.
& til. C r o w n ' s
Ailverl i-vim-nt. iiv'i'i- a yi'iii' nt that place, ho was
reipclrlcnl llxluiTS of nil kinds port 1)22.—Advertisement.
'
llaemoiitr,
(lifts For Mother
,
lie group of women working to neniily Hulon, 111 Wiillnco. street,
ajM'oinled hy Hlaho]) McFaul to or..... Fluorescent J)RM«>..Mnt)fiaflL.!!. * J.P>
Including cupn nnd breiikfnsl bowlji.
such purpono Is an Important source Red Bank.—Adverll«enlent.
J
;
Vim
(';
C.i.'iizi.1 II new pnrluh In Atlantic
Ronduwious— Silt- Shopr^ Asbury *A..»»r. -:,--, UtmtJJwoar -.., . 1.,... MTfliCMrgttetitft .YQJHltefcl^fiUiil' Pi'own'H.-'-' -ArlVertbempntf"" - • ' —~' •"'
mrf^S«Shr^Vvii;
Purlt.-Advoi'tlsomorit.
If your fadlofiiltsTlnitBiTd 'call CdYt? Hnzard carries 12 doctors and 18
Monmouth
cllnlcnl
Lnbotntoryi
Clean Window Hlmdc-H.
tral Radio, Katontown 4T1-M, for
\n'g~uvbir'n "ifiiii'c1iiro'"WO|
28, Zobol Building, Brnud
cunningly inndo ol coloicil tnffotn, 4 7 1 - M , f u r R U i i i ' i i n t e t ' i l r n i l ' i i
Put on your rollors while you Room Phono
guaranteed radio ropnlrs,—Advor- nurses on Us honor roll.
8ulcNladl<>H Wanted.
ut Oriental and New Jerley av»«
Rod Bnnk 3733,—Atl$3,115. Roniloxvoiia 01ft Hliop, A»wait. Bring your rollers. Nntlonnl stroct,
During
the
Ducal
your
ended
Juno
tlecmont,
i ' u at onco, Yankb's, 30
IIIII'K, thut city, nnd opined for I
5 & 10, Prown'A.—Advoi'tlaomcnt,-! vcrtlscmont.
30, 1044, tho Now Jornoy State Hos bury Park.—Advortlsemont.
Uroud stroct, Red Bank,—Advorworship. It wan named t h t Church j
MolllliDlllh < lllllcal I.ubuiiltory
t l t
Mother Day Glflu,
pltnl at Marlboro ndmlttod 703 pii—.
.
|r| - ( ,,o | )
lit von I- si'i'vlci',- Kontn - V Zolwl of the Holy.Splrlt, H* hadnot only I
Unsl|{htly linlr poininnonlly vc- ...
Pinctknl, nttlctlo fflfts, prlcoH tlenti. It Is Interesting to nntn that
Undid Blok?"
to suit yotir hurnor; bust grndoa
usually lower, Ronuotvoun (lift of those, 181 c/imo to the hospital moved Mt triple tpi'ed hy iiiuazlni; Huiiillng, 1 r>T I'rtintl iitrect, i Ht'tl ptirchiiHiHl the grountl upon which!
Pon'l rrol, cull Contra) for jtiinr- nml prices,
Onoxcolloil jorvlco.
Auctioneer.
l!mik,
Tifli'plJMiii' il?:ia.--Advi!i tlHO.'
*,1
new
method,
Mrs,
Fnitik,
Alf
0^'8-J
nntooil radio ifipiilm, Katontown I Frod D,' WlkoK Co,, Itod Bank,
II. O. Contti, Long Branch, phont 8ho|i, A»buiy Pink.-Advpitisc.(Continued, on pig* 2),
mont,
.
(ConHnuod on |i»g« W.
•
Memorial Service
For Jack Frazier
National HospitalrHay
This Coming Saturday
Police" School
Graduates To
Few Paragraphs About Our Own
Institutions In Monmouth County
Concert Friday
At Rumson High
Place Sold By
Wm. Hintelmann
Mothers D a y A t | Buys^Glemby Estate
fcrttfer Silver
es, Rentals By
Keansburg Soldier
Wounded, Returns
Mother's Day In
Eatontown Church
i71-M,-rAdvortliernont,
.
phon« 003,-AdvortUomont,
m«nt,
—Advortlaomont.
RED BANK REGISTER, MAY 10, 1945
Pao;e Two.
young curate to a monsignor of the
found hinuelf at the peak of hisCatholic church. The man who had
an ofiice and residence. Monsignor praising .the sincerity af'i'd civic Thomas A. Roche, • dean of the
career, honored (or his long and come to Red Bank 20 yean ago
McCloskey then purchased 12],i worthfulness of the new monsignor. priesthood of the Trenton diocese,
worthy service to the cause of with a mission 'to carry out, a deAt Your Homt or My Studio
acres of additional land. for Mt. Thirty members of the clergy and a friend of Monsignor McClosCatholicism, and shown respect on sire ol the bishop to give this par"••>•—
i-»nr» » s*
I
(Continued From Page 1)
Olivet cemetery for $5,000, and pro-from a half dozen states were in key, blessed the appointed prelate.
Frederick A. Wohlforth,
that church now stands a t a cost ceeded~to spend about $20,000 in the procession that opened the in-The mass was celebrated by Rev.'all sides by non-members of Iheish a modern parochial school, had
B. S. Ed.
• f $35,000. but also acquired the making the cemetery one of the vestiture service. The brief service DanlerPower of Fordham unlver»- faith as well as by his devout par- done more than that, and in so doPbont Spring Lake 28QS-R (or apadjoining dwellings, one of which best- Catholic cemeteries "in the elevating Monsignor McClockey to ity, now a captain in the Army ishioners. The man who had found ing had earned for him the admirpointment, or addriu 2 Sllverwhlta
the means to construct so many ation "and respect of all with whom
Ave., at Plnckney Rd.. Red Bank
wiis, turned into a rectory. H e state. Later -Monsignor McCloskey the rank of urban bishop (domestic Chaplain *Corps.(
succeeded in paying the entire cost purchased property on P.cters place prelate) was read by the Very Rev.
And thus six years ago the man fine buildings, the "brick and mor- he came Into contact. ,
tar
prlOBt,"as
he
was
called
by
his
of ibe ground and these buildings, for $5,COO. and constructed a newThomas Plassman, president of St. who early In life had selected the
Boys can make pocket money b)
idubon ' amounting to SSo.OOO, a n d upon entrance to the Catboljc school BonaventUre college. Monsignor priesthood as hl« chosen work many admirers, had risen from a Back the Attack—Bay War Bonds! selling the Register—Advertisement
|i u;)l j b'iuinfi to take charge of t h e Sac- grounds. He also spent J28.0O0 in
s.;; Members of t;'.''. Junior A ,1-1:1111 1 red Heart church a t Camden, left builij'ing an addition and remodelre!f-i:i;:jm'irt;Ti
iV. tpresent
l u b of :•:-.
Miiidi.'ti.wn
toiwi.-h Pla-za j a balance of $11,000 in the treasury. ing the convent.
a t a mi-oii!iu:'nl ibe V.'.v, r n'rxt 1 His a]ipointmcnt to Camden was
Under his management a n d
Parent-Te.-uh T ::i-viioi:if.iin
The J nindn ' i n September, 1913_. On
Tuesday t::^:li :ll t!»- ••" '"<"•vii: be. assuming Ibe duties of the rector, spiritual guidance the parish grew
steadly
until it now ranks with the
;
annual i;;<-<::un (>f-\-tlicer.- '
bo found that the indebtedness on
most prosperous in the state.
held.
Iliiuilil I die parish -iviis $17,000, which he
Despite the erect ipn of numerous
Mr.=. John Olscn .mil Mrs. <!.ia':p ' j proceeded to pay off, and he then
; Yours.', cli!' .•>ilv:.-i-:.-:. an' mVaries. ]1()u|; 1(p the problem of collecting modern buildings, which experience
of tbc p: !•!:: • '').. 'iv:.'ii -• S
j funds- for n parochial school, which has shown were essential in the
.'club ]ir(-iti' nl. :ind .Y.i\_^:ri
sh during Us 50 years of present-day program of Catholicism
and the expenditure, of considerable
Chan, a p u t pi c-.-i:i «-n t*T~\-. ill 1 tin- i that pal 1
issistnnlf.
A ] ;r:im '<> fb'K •' existence- had not been able to sums to maintain the church prop, drill*, lap ami I«-:u ilar.ee,- rum- injiUi, Before thfc-school could be erty in exemplary fashion, the debt
From ihe exquisite
nunity s-i11LTi11H' nr-'l • liditm ?!'!<>< Ic u . c l c c i World War 1 broke out and of the church" was wiped out.
A'ill be
•••••
- -pven.
'•'.'"• a n '""' ill- activities in that direction had
That Monsignor McCloskey has
delicacy and dignity
bibition of natwu .-i-.-.dy. work done jt Q w p a , t p o n c u l l n m after the arm- done much to enhance the standing
of the fragrance ..
'hi! nir ihe
by chili
of the Catholic church and Catholic
istice was signed.,
. year, mid mci • :••; w:ll lead orippeople in Red Bank a s a comDuring
Monsignor
McCloskey's
12
iir, flic'ir work.
Inal comrn^iiii
munity is demonstrated by the
To the adorable
v..- I,:-.-, called ,1 years in Camdcn he was most act- many positions of honor and trust
Mi'.--. H:i:ry
appropriateness of
• 1;TA executive i'lve in civic affairs in that city. The he held in other, than chui'ch ormeeiint: of
board to be li-Vl this .-.fic-rnoon at many letters that 1& received upon ganizations, He was a member of
the Victorian lady
leaving Camdcn for Red Bank,
3:30 o'clork at th" school.
the executive committee of the
on ihe packages . . .
which were published in a souvenir Monmouth County chapter of Red
program issued in° connection with Cross and a member of the board
the dedication of Red Bank Catholic of directors of the Monmouth
j high school, gave ample testimony County Organization for Social Ser~j of-the high esteem in which he was vice, Chamber of Commerce und
held. He numbered among his the Monmouth Memorial and River-.
(Ctintinui d Fioni Pa;re 1*
voluntarily. Pixiy-fix patients wore friends- not only members of theview hospitals.
• disehiup,..;i -ii:un;pt!y'i.jt''S. other pa- cloth but professional men, such as
I Xhe church was.Jmnroved and
tients . v. i1; i- dii-cl'ai^al durins the noAv-spapcr..publishers, doctors, lawbeautified during Monsignor-McClos•year: 2v"> nf il'.eso were recovered yers and politicians throughout"that key's pastorate. His first thought
or irr.jn.-v.-.i .•'lillieii-mly t o adjust entire section. He w-as fond of base- was to commemorate and keep
in 2 to 3 hours
hall and he and Connie Mack,
outside of ill.- ii-.i-titutjon.
fresh in dihe minds of the parishat home
' Shoe'.; tbtra.;iy is a relatively new manager of the Philadelphia Ath- ioners the me.mory of those sterling
+ Tax On
trea.tmt'i-.t in which Hie patii-nt is letics, became warm friends.
priests who served them so well,
During
the
w
a
r
he
was
appointed
given a ?li::M hut. real eleetiic
V This Htm
namely Rev. Michael Kane and
draft
shock thuMinh thc : head.
Of thechairman o f Ihe -3d city
Only Me
Monsignor Dennis J. Duggan, by in351 treated, c-'insidernhly more than board in Camden, under which stalling a beauliful marble pulpit
Simple! Give mother one .
one-half v.fie impr;jved enntigh to came 10,000 registrants of all nat-which adorns the sanctuary,.,' He
for Mother's Day. Wash
ionalities. This iviis most difficult,
leave the ir.i-M iiuunn.. .•
y
,
-found--nothing-about.-th!!..cbujxh!ta_
""" "TH,71K:Wt~!~ar-:o"clpei'areS~a'~unTr
immof-talize
the
boys
of
the'parish
nationalities,
but
also
from
the
fact
for mentally,'ill rhiltlieu. It is the
up on, curlers"2, 3 Koiirs""'""""
only one in the .«tatr, ami receives that the great New York ship build* who tlirough patriotic duty and love
time of country liad lost their lives ln
company, which at that
h ti
children fM'in all over. New Jersey.
At the ond of Hie iisi-al year there employed 20,000 men and women, World War-1, so he erected as a
worn in residence 31 children from was located in that district. Monsig- monument to their -memory thc
nor McCloskc-y was perhaps the only handsome altar, railing which \vill
"priest in tKe DTTiTStl—Staffs—ftr ever keep fresh"in [Tie minds" of th
drcn a:e housed separately from
the adult population! and :11c kept occupy such a position. In connec- parishioners the supreme sacrifice
apart fi om them in entei uiiniueiit, tion \Vjith this work during World that their loved ones had made.
Having discarded the old convent
medical,
siiru'ic.-il. - clc»tnJ and Wi,r I not one of the boys sent to
psychiatric tii^iitnicnts." They attend the front under his direction was on Monmouth streot, it wag necesskilled.
'
•
ary for the pastor to lind a home
a school cofiil'.irlcd in the unit and
have their own playground, and for Having completed his work in for the Sisters and so he turned
the last, two years b.-iie cultivated Camden, where ho eventually built over thc rectory to tlleni until such
a beautiful school and convent, he ime as he.could see his way clear
a Victory frai ilen.
The Cenl;:il New Jersey Mental was appointed by Bishop Thomas J. o build a rectory. Monsignor McHygiene Clinic is operated from Walsh to the pastorate of St. James Closkey and his''assistants kept
the- Marlboro Stale Hospital, and in tins borough. ' Before leaving moving.about, first to Peters place,
clinics arc held ft the four counties Camden he had the pleasure of
hen to the old Garrison house, and
sen-oil by th,: hospital. I-ast year burning thp mortgage on the school hen across to the east side of Broad
approximately 60/; of the TM) people and convent, which amounted to 3trect, until finally, after five years
scfin in Ihe clinic ivrre children. $125,000, and left to his successor and a half, he took up his residence
Cologne—either clear or luscious
Plans arc now under way to pro-a comfortable bank balance of n the new and spacious rectory on
vide psychiatric o#t-]>atient service SH.OOO.
pink cream cologne, perfumed with
Broad street.
cosmetics, jewelry,
ifor veterans suffer'.!:;,' from mental
Monsignor McCloskey arrived in
Having provided an up-to-date
mountain heather. In
•*»*»
and luggage.
or nervnti? illnesses.
J Red Bank on December 17,1920, ac- school, for the children of this and
a charming
g wasp-waist 1 0 0
Tcn resident physicians and two j companicd by.an escort.of some 50 neighboring parishes, a home for
Victorian lady bottle.
consultants of the Marlboro staff • automobiles, carrying 1 3 0 » o f h i s the Sifters and a home for
are on leave in the service of the | loyal a n d saddened parishioners priests, his next thought was to
•Armyanil Navy. a.-s well as- n resi-j who -were loath to part with him. beautify the home of the dead, and
dent dentist and psychologist.
A 1 A few days before they hud pre-he raised and spent thousands, of
numhe.r of muses and attendants,! sonted their departing rector with dollars in modernizing
Mount
lipstick . Daggett & Ramsdell "Perfect"
laboratory technicians, social work- \ a check for S3.O0O, The testimonial Olivet cemetery.
non-drying lipstick. Five reds: cherry,
ers and other' employees a r t with given him was the largest ever tD
On June 5, 1932, Monsignor Mcrose, Manhattan, geranium, and fuchsia.
the armed forces. The hospital is be held in that parish. This was Closkey was given one of thc most
r
now opcratinc: with about 50 ; ofsponsored by the Knights of Col- impressive testimonials ever staged
its nonnr.l number of employees.
umbus, but children of the parish in this borough for a citizen. MemAllenwood phould not only be. school did not forget their friend. bers of all faiths united in paying
seen but its work studied with care They presented him with a radio tribute to a man'who had earned
Face Powder - fragranced with mounto gain a fair picture of its value to and the Blessed Virgin sodality of the respect and admiration, of cit'Make a Mighty Fine
tain heather. In five shades: rachel, rose
the community, li is not alose its that church gave him a chair.
izens of all faiths and in every walk
brunette, brunette, naturelle, peach.
up-to-date equipment, latest techMayor Victor King and other of life. A purse of $2,000 was preMother's Day Gift
nio,ues ;,nd treatments, made pos- city officials, Cardinal Dougherty,
sented the priest, the presentation
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sible in .md through this Insiitu- archbishop of Philadelphia, heads being made by Postmaster William
tion, that pive it i» hi^h standins. of hospitals and other institutions, A. Sweeney. Mayor Charles A.
The spirit of urn-ice and cc>-eper:i- J. David Stern, publisher of the English and Prosecutor John J.
I
WTfflCCHA
Cake Make U p - sponge on make up with j
tion rpilcit'-il alike, in patients
l Canidcn Courier, and other news- Quinn were among thc speakers.
Polaroids dim out glare
a
special moisture retaining ingredient!
pcrsonin 1. speak for themselves to | paper publishers—in fact, all uf Thc Register, in its account of
but not objects. Objects
Heather fragrance. Pink plastic case.
anyone win, comes in rynliici with l t | u , i,. iH hn K personages in industrial the testimonial, stated, "In the histremain perfectly clear I
them. M:.s Klizahr-ih Hyncs, its su .business and professional circles it: ory of Red Bank there iiavc been
perintcniinpii, whu was in charge of j , h a t u n , ^ u n i l 0 [ i j n paying high
p
few, if any, testimonials that hiive
the. Army Tu'ien-iilosis Evacuation tribute to the man who had accom- -surpassed the one given Father
Hospital in W'oiUl \\':iy 1. has con- plished KO much during his stay of McCloskey or more greatly exBath Powder - soft and silken textured.
tinued the Mule on the
; i nVc u r s in the Smith Jersey
y city.
y
h "Jlonie
Jl
pressed the love of so many people
A clinging, fragrant mist of mountain
Front" c \ , i Mlice. anil is in uveiy
Kislinp Walsh, in notifying the for one man. Father McCloskey,
heather. With soft, downy dusting puff.
truth a veteran nf bnlh Worlir^vms. priest nf his transfer, wrote. "I
upon being presented the check,
Four (loams, from Alk-nwiiod J I R ' L 'i,,, K , ; ,tulatc you upon your able choked up. crumpled' the check fDr
in ihe si-rvici.
. administration for 12 active and S2.OO0 in his hand, and recovered
'-'->" w ; ' s instituted
"-I ".fruitful
years of the parish of the only with thc aid of a joke.about
/
"Pet •eiiiii'in
ii-iv"1 :,'i'i.r the pubnull ;;s . l c r i . ( i 1.
,
Vt.
" " ' uniy wiui tnc aiu 01 a JOKC adou
unt.-il,1 nay
nofll, A
Camden.
The
Talc • in pink shaker. Like all mountain
clergyman. IIt
seemed that
thatthi
this
lie an' " " l i e , , ' ' ; F
u s , , N l S a C ' 1 1 ' H o m l ' C i i m d c n i , l h C m a s T "a clergyman.
t seemed
1 fK t nt
rar<KhiaI schno1
heather items it comes in a pretty pink
on
,,\
. „ : . I* ,,i. , • n o
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clergyman who upon an occasio:
Safe Prescription
package with white heather bell sprays.
Thcv i c ' i i c c ' ; - , ;
, ht
• « : | b u i l l l i " « 1 l l l l " ( 1 w l l h 8 M h ""P>' received. rVon, one of t h e parish hrhi ill n
V Wf
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io
Home
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»>mndied peachee, an id
For Your Teeth
said
monument of your capable that he didn't care much for
they are bu.
-t :iml ai-iM-iiaint-d with ' pastoral zeal and of .the generosity
public ,-iiil. 'I'!.1 >• ;i: r uMi-ii 1 u n o n and faith of your loyal people, May peaches but lilted the spirit in
a non-]':"V. i'.-i--i-\ T i n y m-i .I a n d i loil bless you and your present which they were sent."
'This stoiy" the Register article
dc:crv>; pu.
and fuliiic floclt.'1
New plastic top . . keeps
continues, "is typical of Father MeA co:i.i;-. :
' ii' a Imspiti
r p u n arriving at Red l'.iink Mun- ClosHcy, who always wears a smile,
freshness in, moisture
is puoi, i::
m a i ; > :-n< I.-ltsij.'nor McCloskry pitched in with and hardly ever passes a parishout, regulates pouring.
and se: ii.r. .- m i i i c - c u i c n t
ihe zeal tliat marked his adinini- ioner, or a friend not of his own
thc time f:
.1 : l i i p - i : t a n !
.sti.itions
at
Camden
and
other
plafaith,
without
bidding
him
the
time
a few :ni:ii
i i . ' : li t h c ill
. civ. One of the first thiiu's' to of day and making him smile with
fcreiK-c :,
-.-.l;il
'leal
uliich lie dirictcil liis attention wiis I him. He has probably done more
Even v.-i,,•;,
ruf* St. Jaincg parish ' than anv
prompt cm
! i:i< : . t i n : i '.he .-i-;.-ctii.n uf the present Catholic
u!»,i : : ' ' i " " " ' " ' " ' ' " - 1 1s l l l I ) u 1 ' • s o m t '- "tiler man yet he h a s never let
savu a lit*a m l . ih.ni: tlr.,, had lone bee,, desired j h i ( . ,,-yin K 'duties get the best of
to tJic Ji.-.'
..lmv
by l.i.b,,;, \\al,,h. hum, the old SI. | h i s congenial nature."
thc ni ;;••.!
James M'hm.1 and the ol.i .'(invent , T h l , u ^ i m o n i , , , w a a presented on
'.hut tb'ii n
HIM..ii Mum.out), Ktree, which for ,. t ho. eve of - Monslgnm- McCloskey's
iit hand :,
inert than n quarter of a century '
for Ireland. He left Reil
n»- K.tlcrs ol HiVBank June !> for New York, nfter
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supcriiiK'i-.de;,:
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ding that day, and sailed in the afFrom Slipping
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Iv.j.ital.
Y e a r o v e r t i n - r e i n s e f S t . J n i n c s p : i r - ternoon on the Steanier Snturnia
i isfi t h e r e
w a s a parish
debt of
by y e a r v. i- .
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fur fuiblin t" .-itteiul the Eucbarlstic
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For P i A Group
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1.50 to 10.00
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LucianLe Long 2.25 to 12.50
Yardley
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2.50 to 4.50
5.00 to 10.00
7.50
presentation
National Hospital
Day Saturday
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Yardley
3 for 1.00
Luclen Le Long 3 for 1.50
Shulton
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Chocolates
Pound Box
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The jjrrnti.'st honor to he be.stoweii uimn MonsiKiior McCluskey
cninc in April, mail, when Pope.
I''U., XII appointed him,a domoatlc
1'ielate of the Calhnlic church with
the title- of nionulgnor. 1'hn lippoinlment wan one el tlfe fhBt to bo
maile by tile l>ope(..wbo had Hhortly
bi'fiii-(. aHHllnied Ills ulllcc. MiliialKnor
-Mct'iiKkey wii^ the second pimtor
nf the lmiil chinch lo be so bonei'ed, Ihe iilbi'i- bi'lUK the lute Knv.
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Occasions Like Mother's Day • • • .
Milk and bitterBweet chocolates, Jordan almonds and
luscious array of after-dinner tidbits. Blue print in
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American history decorato the familiar hlngea-box.
Page 6t Shaw
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THE RCXALL OROG STORES
titu
iJANK REGISTER. MAY 10, 1945
Page Three,
1'
ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED.
Announcement has been made of
the engagement of Miss Vanolia
Clayton
of Colt's Neck to PFC VerWith More Comfort
npn L. Fue ol freehold, now at Til•.STEETH, a iilcaunt alkaline (non- ton General hospital at Fort Dix.
;) powder hulila fitlfiC teeth more
illy. To cat anij talk In more « ™ - PFC Fue was overseas 31 months
t, just w i n k l e a little FASTEETH and received a serious knee injury
yuur plaits. No i-umroy. KODcy. p a ! ; while In action.
<: hccV
•••JW Many Wear
FALSE TEETH
.. t a s t e o r . fnellrK.
.
,"
•Icnlure Breath). O u t I
;.y deny atoie. "'
~!
Former Red Bank
Priest Was In Thick
Of The Fighting
Back the Attack—Buy War Bonds!
i lie hii-k tempo nf the business world keyed' to war leave-'
little time lor doilies sninmin;: . . . Snydercraft suilshavc
ytd\\\\ their -tainiiut with' men -.'dver-ywliere. Select your
tiiviirju- piitiern.' fabric ;uiil most becnminjr color from our
'SUU
Father Bradley's
Work On Iwo Told
By Correspondent
' S V V
PROVEN FAVORITES
IVI'!;
mea.and it dispersed rapidly. Tile
Mass continued to its end.
The chaplain's bodyguard, Private
First Class Mas A. Haefele of Topeka, Kansas, pointed out the battered erecn cap, with a small gold
cross on the upturned visor, that id
Father Bradley's constant companion.
He's never worn a helmet,"
Haefele• said, "Back at camo the
boys in the 28th got used to seeine him inothat capi So they'd be
sure to recognize him under several
layers of sand and dust he's never
taken that cap off. It's sort .o.' a
trademark. I told him he was crazy.
but he won't use a helmet. I still
think he's crazy."
On the front lines at the northern
end of the island the young priest
has held Mass dailv for every company in .the regiment. He reaches
small platoon positions once a day.
The altat is usually in the. largest
foxhole in the area. Haefele stands
behind him. reaav with his rifle, to
return intermittent enemy small
arms fire.
JVithin his regiment Father Bradley's frie'nds are men of all creeds;
They shout at him. joke with him;
swap yarns with him? during lulls
in the fight against unseen enemies.
When units are pulled off the lines
he is on hand to E've counsel and
comfort—or iust to talk. When he
speaks of the. sights Jie has seen,
t h e s a c r . i f l c e and gallantry, his eves
become narrowed and fixed. His
north thev entered "Death Valley"
gorge and came out with thinner
ranks. With them was Father Paul
Bradley, a young Irishman with the
prayers of a Brooklyn mother behind him. -.
He has seen many .young men
enter another valley—the Valley of
the Shadow of Death. It is true that
he was their chaplain, but that was
almost secondary. He Was
their
v
friend.
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WHEN SPKAKING OF HEALTH
IT IS NOT TRUE TO SAX "WE DID EVERYTHING POSSIBLE*
- CTOJESS CH1BOPBACTIC WAS INCLUDED
DR. WARREN FOWLER
Chiropractor
, PHONB
500 BBOAD S T .
sow
Register Ads Do The Job
Acts of bravery on Iwo Jima by
Chaplain Paul P, Biadley, a former1
curate 'of St, James church, Red
Bank, arc graphically described in
the following article by Tech. Sgt.
Larry Schulunburg, a Marine Corps
combat coirespondent, formerly of
the St. Louis Glube-Dcmocrat: .
Iwo Jima, Volcano Islands (Delayed)—The sun broke through
overhanging clouds on Krjday. February TSd, in the early morning.
It slanted down across an American
flag whipped bv a Iresh wind into
a straight, i;irau-ay line of color—
atop Mount Suribachi,.Jap fortress Bradlev ducked low an'4 ran from
crest at the southern end of the the ramn of his landing craft he
island. A feet feet from the flag, awas crawlmi; UD the beach toward
Father (Lt. Je.l Paul Brudlcy of „.regimental
aid .station.
•,,,.
, .
-..- ,
Brooklyn, said mass for six Marines aid station as vet had no medical
who had climbed the mountain a
! pl :s an< c uI
do m t J e t0
wounded.
?."
!. !! J Casualties
l ° <?.
L \he
few minutes belore.
The simple ceremony, held within I rushed to evacuation
normally rapid speech slows down.
earshot of Japs heaving grenades JIthi .
. „ ,
_ .• _
• "I've tallied to many wounded
from caves which held out for seV- • e beach. Back came Father Bradm p n w n o asked me to move on to
cral days, wasn't the bezinninn of
y
- ••
their wounded friends," he said.
Father Bradley's story—nor was it
On
the
beach,
in
the
areas
where
"Sometimes thev feel they are takthe end.
wounded
men
were
arriving
by
the
ink
toothe
much
of day.
my time.
A lieuto
me
other
He kept
inPaul Bradlev is a young, dark.- tents, no
no cover—even
washoles,
complete
chaos. No (tenant
in the 2Sth wouldn't listen
sisting that_f_iaJ]Lln_aJitd_named_
pla»mo-dressinK«,-and-brandy-wer£haircd.' fast-speakinB^-N'aval chap- dozens,
who was badly burned
O'Rour
lain. He is attached to the 28th row. The (first two boats bringing O'Rourke.
,
Marine Rccinicnl. The 28th is the iri bacllv needed litters wei-e blown "in an explosion."
out
of
the
water.
In
that
aid,
staFifth Division
outfit
which
scaled
"When
n
regimental'medical ofMoiInl*"Sui;ibttehl'lrr'"the ""face- of-! t ion,- -where—.some, wounded. J_meri ficer was hit. Col..Harry Liversedgc,
murderous, fire—-anti then moved I were beinc hit a second time" as the ufiU~cornmandei\ sent -word -to.
northward' to fight an epic, day- jthcy lav helplessly awaiting evacu- me to get back in 'a hurry. 1
after-dav battle in "Death Valley" atlorj to hospital ships off shore, a reached him a minute or two beBOice. Father Bradlev landed with iNaval doctor told of the job Father fore ho died. It was t h a t way many
the 2Sth's assault troops on D-Day, I Bradley had done.
times. •You had t o keep moving to
stayed with them until Suribachi "In some cases," the doctor said, reach men before they passed-away.
fell, and then trekked north with "we couldn't even sivc the wound- I can't remember anyone in pain
them into the cliff country, which ed morphine. I asked Father Brad- who didn't control what he said. I
is straight out of a bad dream
ley to talk to many men who could don't think it was a fear of God—
not 'get the medical attention they I think it was plain courage."
Despite the desperate '". '
around Suribachi, it was in the deserved. He went*, from man to If vou knew Father Bradley in
welrdlv" shaprd basins, gorges and man. regardless of faith, spoke to (he days, before this battle begau,
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Pajre Pour.
This shepherd Psalm Is * model knovn nothing about time/since He right knowing for wrong thinking.
A young father had been told by
You see, you have to get your own
prayer—a prayer of calm expecr exists In eternity, where mac, His When you go out with your many physicians that his beloved consent to be prosperous, as you do
tancy and of grateful attainment. image and likeness, also exists. Since camera, do you point the lens at u n - only child was suffering with chronic- to be well and.strong, to be happy
on
It is the type bf prayer utilized by God is ageiesa, man also is ageless. pleasant objects, or do you select !eroup for which they knew no oure. and joyous." We all can be spiritual
he students and followers of Mrs. Ood and man are in the eternal now, scenes you wish to treasure? Has They drew the darkest of. pictures seers. We need to be, because today
knowing neither a yesterday nor a the film in the camera any voice in concerning what he and his wife
Eddy's teachings.
we are being assailed through the
9-A Class Meeting
' ,
the matter? Can it say, "Oh, no, I might expect with-the next seizure five material senses with the seemingWhat the world needs today Is tomorrow.
The ninth grade of Red Bank
Kxlstlng in eternity, God liT'iio don't want that thing pictured on the little one suffered. For years he evidence of war, chaos, destruction,
this Joyous confidence in answered
Entitled
junior bigh school' held! a class,
prayer: In the home, on the play- older today that He was the day you me"? Of course not! Whatever is in had had a faltering trust In Chris- and lack.
,,
meeting May 1. • The meeting was
ground, in business, in school, on the were born. Then how can you—His front of the lens, when the shutter tian Science. So, one night when he,
Christian
Science:
The
ReI opened by the class president, Florbattlefield—whether on land, on or image and likeness—be any older?. flickers open and shut, must be Im- ound the child with all the dreaded
Hope in World AITairj
ence Finelli. The minutes of the ligion of Joyous Attainment
inder the sea, or in (he air. On all You cannot. Age, then, is self-In- printed upon t h e film.
symptoms, instead of calling a phyHas Christian Science anything to
,' previous' meeting were read by the
sides we find evidences of this flicted through wrong thinking. We
Just so it Is with one's conscious- sician—or a number of them—he
aroused appreciation of the effec- all are living right now i n the very ness and his body. Compare one's took Science and Health into an- offer by way of solution? Have we
i class secretary, John O'Reilly. The
.
by
the
right to look to the Giver of
tiveness of prayer—a fervent reach- day in which God created man in consciousness to the lens! - and his other room and read for a few minrlnss discussed a party which they
ing out to the Olver of good (and His image, alter His likeness.
1 I in to have Tuesday, May 29. Miss
body to the film. When your con- utes before calling a Christian Sci- good—and good alone—with' joyous
Earl McCloud, C. S. B.
expectancy of attainment i n this
}f good alone) for salvation from the
\ nns Sedey, the 9-A class adviser,
Mrs. Eddy gives examples in Sci- sciousness is "pointed at" or filled ence practitioner of his acquaint- crisis? Yes, we certainly have.
of San Antonio, Texas
incroachmente of evil.
<li cussed the party with the class.
ence and Health of the recovery, ol with wrong thoughts of any descrip- ance.
The teaching:; of Christian SciThe
chapter
on
Prayer
In
the
youthful faculties or or the long re- tion, can your body cry In alarm,
I upils volunteered to the members
Member of Ihi. Boird of Ltduieiblp of
There was so much noise from the ence show tis that tho world conChristian Science textbook points tention of them, demonstrating that "Oh, "nb, I don't want' that 'thing
«i tlie committees, for the party.
Tb. Molhtr Church, Tb« Finl Church or
ut the proper way of approaching vigor and vitality are man's eternal pictured on me"? Of course not. baby's bedroom he could not hear sciousness is being stirred to its very
Cbriit, Scieotlil, in Boiton, Uaiiielinielti
CliHilottc Koenig is'headof the enGod. It shows that divine Love Is birthright, if man will but vigorously Whatever of error is held In thought the voice of the telephone operator, depths that it may be cleared of the
iLirainnicnt committee and memver available to all mankind under claim them. She warns against re- may be pictured on the body, unless but gave the practitioner's number poisonous elements lurking there*.'
1
IK i * are Bud Giblin and Polly MorThe lecturer was introduced by
ill circumstances, It recommends cording ages,
corrective measures arc taken. T h e anyway. When a calm voice an- The powers of this earth have been
...' • "
i-. Bill AtUihs is bead of the re- Mrs. Florence W.' Mason, Second
iwered, he poured forth his agony shaken to their cort'K, and everything
ilent prayer as most conducive to
body
is
just
as
helpless
as
tlie
film.
Our beloved Leader caught the
giment committee. The members Reader of First Church of Christ.
of fear, and what the physician had
active results. It shows that right
You may ask, "Does Mrs. Eddy predicted. The emphatic reply was, that Is not based upon a right .spiritu t Austin Seers, Adrian Barr and Scientist, Red Bank, who spoke in- desire itself is prayer. I t demon- vlBlon of that mighty angel of the
ual foundation i.s crashing down. The
Apocalypse
whodeclared
there
iay
anything
like
that
in
her
writ"Let's thank God it Isn't so!" Much eyes of.mankind are being turned
I l u r y Dutchyshyn. Marion Clausen
trates that prayer must Include an
ibsolute faith to Joyous attainment. should be time no longer. The same ings?" :
head of the invitation committee, pa'vt as follows: '
itartled
by
this
assertion
the
pracfrom the insubstantial things upon
Friends: On behalf of First
It points out that we should not at- view Peter describes vjien he says,
n d Mary Crispell is head of the
Hloner had felt led to make, he re- which their dependence has bden
Body Expresses .Mortal Mind
"But, beloved, be not Ignorant of this
Church of Christ, Scientist, Red
turned
to
his
child's
room
to
find
decoration -committee."It was decid- Bank, New Jersey, I bid you a cor- tempt to use prayer as a confessional, one thing, that one day is with the
placed
to the substantial things ot
Oh, yes. She says: "A material
to tell God that which He already
ed that tlie music committee should dial welcome. A number of years
'
Lord as a thousand years, and a body only expresses a material-and- hpr soundly and quietly asleep, and God.
knows,
or
lgnorantly
to
seek
to
influvith
no
more
symptoms
of
croup
mi et today.—Yvonne Wylie.
Jesus said, in part, In the twentyaKo a dear friend of mine, a Chrismortal mind. A mortal man posnce God by praise to Increase His thousand years as one day."
han
he
himself
had
tian Scientist, wrote me that she
J
first
chapter
of
Luke's
Gospel: "But
sesses this body, and lie makes it
already bountiful outpourings. It
was endeavoring to start each day
What had occurred here? Mrs, when ye shall hear of wars and*
The Creeping Lies of Age
harmonious or disconla.nl according
Visitors Day
hows the error of pleading with
with a licht expectancy, rather
Eddy, in her explanation of the commotions, be not. terrified.
God, as one would plead with manOn Friday, April 27, members of than with a heavy fear. This has
And what are we to do to safe- to the images of'thought irnpressed
"Sure/1 could use anew car • the eishth grades from Atlantic always been an inspiration to me, kind; the error of reminding God guard this inheritance of eternal life upon it.. You embrace your' body-in application of Christ, Truth, to hu- Nation shall r h e against nation, and
man
affairs, has pointed out that kingdom against kingdom, . . . And
to do what already U done.
against the encroaching, creeping your thought, nnd you should d e - often the illnesses of young children when these things begin to come to
township, Holmdel township, Little especially duriCK these past few
os soon as the war is over."
lineate upon it thoughts of health,
In a war-torn world when
lies of age?
Silver, Shrewsbury township ajid Iyears
have had to overcome the belief
not of sickness" (Science and Health, ran be healed through the uplifting pass,1 then look up. and lift up your,
A little girl of my acquaintance, p. 2081..
Tinton •Falls]-v4(4ted-th<!-Branch.a-Ve-. -of-sepamtion and ehansie of home.
of the parents' thoughts. This strong head ;; for your redemption draweth
Treatment Is Prayer
not
much
more
than
threeyears
old
line junior high school.
The lecture you are about to
A little girl ot five, attending a statement of Truth had turned the nigh." How applicable this seems to
Treatment in Christian Science is at the time, startled her parents 'at
klach member of the ninth grade hear is entitled: "Christian Scifather's thought from despair-and present conditions!
prayer—the prayer which affirms the the breakfast table by putting this kindergarten, hid.Seen, tnuylit Irom rear, and the child was Instantly
volunteered to escort a visitor to ence: The ReliKion of Joyous Atearly Infancy to look with joyous
ever-presence,
all-power,
and
allEvU Crea'tinB a Clamor
question
to
her
mother:
"Mother,
tainmect."
Our
lecturer
is
a
memIhrir clnsses and to show them the
healed.
inclusive wisdom of divine Mind. It why do they say a baby's old? A expectancy for quick and complete
ber of the Board of Lectureship
I know this family well. Just a
In this world chemicalization, alhealing.
One
clay,
in,
playing
about
of the Mother Church, The First
demonstrates
that
when
one
turns
baby's not old."
n.uiinp :Vetivity period'a play was Church of Christ, Scientist, in
c» weeks ago, when I met this girl most incredible are the evils bi-ing
to God In this spirit of prayer, the
This being a Christian Science an overheated stove, she slipped and
,men by home "room'" 15"~etititlcd Bostghi" "Massachusetts.
seemingly-insurmountable, iortiflca-. home, J n which children were en- fell, the palm ol one hand coming in —now a healthy, happy young brought Into the open to be Ivaled
'Sister Sue."
It is now my privilege nnd
ull - contact., with. ,tli.<!_ rcd : hot sur- woman—I asked her if she ever had by Truth. They claim to b» destroyions of error are broken down or couraged to think/ask questions, and
The visitors remained in the au- pleasure to present to you Mr.
.-.ml her fellow had another attack of croup.- She- ing life, siibitance, morality, spiritmelted away, then and there.
participate in grown-up discussions, 'ace. The. teacher
1
Earl
McCloud,'
C.
S.
Br
of
San
uality, religion;' RTOninYrirT.; 'props"
ditorium and had their courses exA friend of ours found himself the mother replied, "What do you pupils ciiniL to her wittf" cries of replied that, save for having heard crty rights, family. lie::, and everyplained to them. After each course Antonio. Texas. Mr. McCloud.
alarm, buT'sHe calmly (jot to her this story from her parents, she had
uffering with severe abdominal pains mean, darling?"
no knowledge", of ever having hud thing else that ha:, been rMrr-i'.'r-red
u.is explained the teacher who
What is it we are seeking? Every- at a time when relatives, who were
The child replied: "People say a feet and rait on with .the game.
lurches the subject was introduced. body; .whether consciously or uncon- not Christian Scientists, were visit- baby's one hour old, one day old,
That alicrncon at home, while any such disease. And so we sec the to make up an ordered ai'id orderly
Dnvid Clausen. sciously, is seeking after something.
alking tilings over with her mother, Christ, as. demonstrated in Christian society.
ng In the home, Such pressure was one week old; A baby's not old."
From the beginn;iiK of mortal his>he
said, "Mother, when I. burned Science, not, only heals instantly,
Health,
plenty,
education,
success,
irought
to
bear
that
soon
three
phyThis
very
young
Christian
Scienlpon occaslBSi, but. it also heals- tory, unscrupulous ir.cn, loiwiic for
rf "~niiiHlfcraft-eiuh—
irappinessr'cultui'erharmonyf-peacod T h i d t
JMJi»d_.Md_her_flnger upon th_°._ my hand nnd .uidii't try, I » »
firmly
and
completely,,
eliminating
world
-domination, have i t r r . t n -to
achiiifft
h
e
Btisp'alVof—Christian—these
are
only
a
Jew
•
of
those
was appendicitis, and the solution an basic error governing ffils' IlefThe
The Handicraft .club of room 9,
y
"But let's face facts: I may , uii'lor Ihe supervision of Mrs. needful things for which we, and immediate "operation In order to tendency to begin arguing age im- Science, wasn't'!?" Nccdleis to say, even'.'"nic~TnE!noTy~orr Tirrrnrppyrcx--pcriences.
.
•
•
,
every sign of the burn soon disapciomlnatc. othVrs and to turn all
mediately after birth.
Fi'juiccp Manning, is. making wal- those around us, are reaching out avoid a fatal outcome.
not gat a new car for 2 or 3
peared:
It
had
made
so
litl'.e
Imhuirian agencies to lh':ir ir,v:i jrioriA Christian Science practitioner,
Every Human Need Met
And what does Mrs. Eddy give us
lets, book marks, pen 'wipers and and hoping to attain. Almost everyflcatlon ancl material enrichment.
thing—good or bad—Is At times the called to the home, began realizing for reassurance against these lying pression upon the child's consciousyears after victory! It's tough,
key cases.
And how about those .\yho .seem to One by oni', thes" s •K-ordtmed
ness it could not remain.
aim
or
purpose
of
mankind.
We
often
at
once
the
power,
presence,
and
acarguments?
Listen!
"The
radiant
Wo
wish
to
thank
Miss
Catherine
ack
the
wherewithal
to
meet
the
rBuCTT"
: ——-—
-can^asGertain~tb.e-sta,te-Xit nnr prng=_
y X J n L b i u a _ a l j 4 u _
aun of virtue and truth coexists wlth_
"On page 343 of thu.textbook, Mrs. lmaiicial demands made upon them 3aesarj have risen,' trod- the wcrld
Finkbiener in helping us get tne ress—spiritually or otherwise—by deitage for a season, temporarily
he Impossibility of evil of any de- being. Manhood is its eternaFnoon," Kddy lias ,MUU, " vTlU'n iho 'ornTrrpcF"
'U'.ithci1.
'
T 1W " S
termining what is our goal in con- icription surviving the manifestation undimmed by a declining sun" (Sci- ence of God is prcuclifd and Kis daily and liourjy/ May lt!Fy~ll}re"=~
Those thnt nrc finished arc work- sciousness.
wise
look
to
the
Giver
uf
(joo'd—and
J this activity. He saw that man, as ence and Health, p. 246). Mrs. Eddy absolutcnc:1;: i.-, .sit forth', Christian food alone—with joyous expectancy from the eyes of miiho:, -.'
ing on copper nnd others are goim;
are
ihcy.
no,v?
V/.jii.-h'.-d
from the
Jod's image, is a spiritual idea, and did much to prove, this in her own sermons will htv.l ihe s;;v.." What is of attainment?
Paul points out the need for seek&
lo make fancy cookie jars out of
si(;ht of mortal nr-n—all bu'. forbrought home to himself, and to the experience. She accomplished so .this address to v.mch you arc listening
and
striving
after
good
in
his
ciepe paper and Crisco jars.
Our Leader has proved in her own fiottcn M'.vi: for crui:ii)!in'! p.:;•••... In
case under treatment, Mrs. Eddy's many highly important achievements ing but a Christian :,i.r;ii<in'? If it
The oflicers are: president, Betty episue to the Philippians Viere he clear statement (Science and Health, for the Christian Science movement isn't that, wlmt i.s il? is it not set- experience that God supplies all the fading hUtory of this jna'.iriat
Fknntz; vice president, Martin Ides; says, "Brethren, I count not myself p. 4C3), "A spiritual idea has not a long after she had passed the three- ting forth the omnipotence of God? need, tatliiB as her example the so- universe. They did no'co'.d. 'i'he
to have apprehended: but this one
cretaiy,
Peggy
Lauber, and thing I do, forgetting those things single element of error, and this score-and-ten He of limitation. She Then it should hca! UH1 :-Ick. if such called miracles of Jesus, when he evil they .did lives thus but feebly
leasurer, Angela Morris.—Peggy which' are behind, and reaching' ruth removes properly whatever is was put to many tests which proved there be in this aurii'-nw. I am ex- fed thousands with a few loaves of after them.
bread and fewer fishes; when he told
Mankind, rcf.ccting in soino dej
Ij.iuher.
the keenness and constructiveness of pecting hc-iilin^r.. H. »• aljaut you?
forth unto those things which are offensive."
Peter to take the ia.% money from grte the spiritual qu::;i'.•:.';, iaejItiL's,
Soon after his arrival, the patient her thinking and set at naught
before, I press toward the mark for
i
lie
mouth
of
a
fish
he
was
yet
to
0<inforonce With Teachers
the prize' of the high calling of God was quietly asleep. It was not an mortal mind efforts to limit or de- Joyous K::pet taiuy ;md Attainment catch; when he sent out his dis- and attributes derive! frcm '..•'.u cre• .
of Je.'.us
ator—the creator' of ;wl a:ia good
Instantaneous healing, but many stroy her lifework.
Each pupil ia the 0-A class has In Christ Jesus."
ciples on a healing mission, with no alone—has' survived thron-hc 1 ; 1 . iho
r is goin^ to have a conference
Jesus
fiW::a
u.)
a
marvelous
exOne among the many great serv- phases of the diseas*ed condition deadvance
provision
for.
their
[ood,
The Christian Science Monitor
uges the pt-rsccution of his would-be
ilh one of the senior high school ices rendered to the world by Mary parted, singly or In pairs, as the
.nmplo ot Ills joyou1; exp-cl«ney of clothing, and rficiter.
dominator., end (!'•: trove-r;>. Ti.e real
teachers. Thny discuss their sched- Baker Eddy, the Discoverer of Chris- work progressed. These developOne of the outstanding tasks she the attainment ot f;ood—and good
1
1
When
Abraham
and
Lot,
his
ule and the' courses' they will have tian Science; the Pounder of The ments were painless and without in- completed in the course of this alone—in the rai:-ir,i; of La::ams nepiien1, came out of Ur of (lie man is lniieatructiU'. .' becu .::'/ of his
indissoluble connect:';:! y.'i;h his
next year.
Church of Christ, Scientist: its for- convenience to the patient. This mas period was the founding and the from the dead, us toid in the clev-. Chalclees, Lot lifted up his eyes Maker. lie lives on t'i bcr.r v.-itne-ss
•nth cliiipicr ol J'S.iii. .Although when cnlled upon to choose his habi- to the cteniality of !:is Gw!-[;:vcn
"After all, my Gulf man's on
lit was announced a few weeks ever Leader, and the an'.hor of its was up and about his business in a launching of that great newspaper,
"Science and Health with ;ery short time, finding that he had The Christian Science Monitor, the Jesus kntw his [ricnti. v.a:;. accord- tation, but all he could see were the being. Man's . y.-cmini; bond••.':.<: to
my side! And lie says if Ilieot ago that some kind of historyr textbook,
also been healed of the smoking m>)ion "of which she described as ing to nil human ;-t.'.:id;irds, .dc:;Key.to
the
Scriptures,"
is
herjteachmUFt be Kiven to each pupil f °
material evidences of prosperity. So
habit. JThe Christian Scientist who
'to injure no man, but to bless all perately ill, lie did r.cl hurry to his lie went Into the land of Sodom and nil foraj.s of tyra.'iiiy niu'it y X j to a
my car regularly WM Gulf*
two years. This new law has upset ing that humanity has the right al- had done the praying rejoiced at
his fr'-'cciom. hfs
mankind" (The First Church of fide, but pe:v.ii'_i( c! tvi r.1.:; to take Gomorrah. You recall what hap- diviner sense or
ways to an attainment of good—and
t'ic
schedule
of
maay
pupils.
Uod-c^sured lib1. r:y. We. ;.« Christhis, another proof that God Is not
pride* and Golf. . * " * , il can
—Louise Taylor, i Rood alone—because God has created afar off, but the answerer of prayer, Christ, Scientist, and Miscellany, p. llK'ir course, ,'iayi;-.^, ••Thi.; uci:r.ca pened to him p.r.d his family.
tian
SeientL'ts.
hr.ve
cor.ie lo i::1.o?,'
353). And how wonderfully the is not unto death, but Icr the glory
nothing., else, and certainly , has
last well beyond V-Day!"
And what o t Abraham? In the the real man is not 111 lm:ii:'::;? ly
who
is
near
at
hand
and
always
world Is being blessed at this time of God."
meant them to have and to enjoy
fourteenth ancl the fifteenth versos any material r.en:" o! pav.i r. Crc:-.t:-'.l
War Stump CKllW'ctlnns
available.
by this ably edited newspaper, which
nothing less.
At Eclhaj'.y, amid the wailing of of the thirteenth chapter of Genesis in the imsine • and Islieiys.1; o! his
Mrs. Eddy has made the following made its appearance In 1908, when
TTI the past :"ew months of school
we read: "And trie Lord said unto
Important statement In the Chris- our beloved Leader, according to tlje the professional niournrrs. the wucp- Abrsm, after that Lot was separated Maker, given dominion fivrr si! I
-the pupils of Red Ban,. Junior high
Mankind's Need for Joy
; of l.asaru.-,' : i , : : : , Mr.iy and
things, no'.hir.s can c:••.•. liii'.i i.l'iv.'!i
tian Science textbook (p. 246): "Life reckoning of this world, passed the
schix,i have been collecting money
from him. Lift up now thine eye.1;, from thr.t hisli level which i-; his by
Mnrtha,
:md
Ihcir
li'L-nds,
the
doubt
Jesus said, in teaching his doc- and Its faculties are not measured eighty-seventh anniversary or her
ft- war stamps and bonds. As-the
and
look
Irom
thtfplacc
where
thou
and
unbelief
ol
n::
d...:'i;.iies,
iir.d
divine
decree.
months passe., this collection grew trine, "your joy no man taketh from by calendars. The perfect and im- human birth! We can learn to say despite the-warnint! tl.i:t lht ; : tune art northward, and southward, ami
you;" but, as one observes the goings
into a competiti. .1 among the . and comings of mankind, what is his mortal are the eternal likeness of with her, "Let us then shape ourc should not be roUrJ n-.vny Irom the eastward, and westward: for all the
World Hcalins on Way
.
views of existence into loveliness,
'rooms lo see wHo cor ' sell fr* I impression as to the apparent Mieir 'Maker."
and which thou seest, to thce will
cif
The way-out of this marc of disMankind, on the other hand, seern freshness, and continuity, rather tomb li'jcatt: 3., of [hi- rer/U'.ion
most stamps and hontls for the greatest need of humanity today?
thp body which hr.d h m ill.1:1;1 for I give it, and to thy seed for ever."
cord, strif1--, unhappir/T-i; cle\:r!i':i:<;u,
to
accept
the
false
belief
that
t
h
e
r
than
into
age
and
blight"
(Science
weeU. Now with I o help of Mlfls
Ancl Abraham chose the b^tte*r, the fear, hatred, nir.ita. er.vv, ii.iloi.'.v/,
four tl::yr, Je:;;i.; n•.'.'( :• !i; •. hio joyuir
It Is joy—expectant nnd confident are destined by divine decree to a and Health, p. 246).
A^nos Seeley is the list ranging joy! What worry, fear, pain, greed,
expectancy c;f !:.'• : ;':iin:iv::it of spiritual part, because n", a prophet and dishonesty i" not to lV> iiv.a:;ucl
from first to eleventh plnce. First jealousy, hatred, malice, and limita- short span of life, in which their
the Lord thnt was what he could through any mr.t<?r;.:l lii'an.s u h a i What a debt of gratitude we owe
efficiency
is
lessened
by
infancy,
is mom 10 with $3,286.32, 17 bonds tion are seen pictured upon the faces
to Mrs. Eddy for her long life of
He comm::!'.('.'_.i th.?.'. t:i" ci.ti'ar.cc soe when lie lifted up his eyes. And
;oever. It is only through .-P'.ritual
.Mldhood,
and
adolescence
at
its
beas a result, he did not disappear into attainments that complete liberation
319 stamps. .Second is room of those who scurry or creep by us—
ginning, and by waning powers, service to mankind! Always she of- the tomb br> c-:?.i:i\!. a.':d then,"
Hi with 51.731.50. 13 bonds and 377 euchiseeklng a way out of difficulties, decrepitude, and senility at the clos- placed first the opportunity to a d ; .vinndlnt; there b'-f' :v li:c:n all, h" the mists of obscurity, as 1did Lot, can come. Never forget, V.!H-II asvance the healing" truths of Chris- Rave the mast remarkable proof of but), as Mrs. Eddy has said, became sailed from all tides by evil, that
stamps; third, room 17 with 51,426,- but apparently looking in the wrong ing of this period.
tian Science, in order that the world his expectancy by uia'nl'.iro Gcxl in an illustration of "the purpose of
LTi, 1!' bonds :ind 365 stamps; fourth direction for the attainment of r e his is purely n Mate of merit::! chemWhat StSu-ted All This?
might see them more clearly and nclvpncc for t l v li";'.!:nt:. He r-v.'yj: Love to create trust In |;ood" (Sci- icalization, v. iiicli pri-inges a c o m - |
is room 11 with $1,573.20, U .bonds lief! There is nothing in matter or
take advantage of them.
"Father: Ilhr.tii: O.\c<; that Uiou habl enco. and'.Health,. p.. 57?).' On page plctc-healir.g for_ all the-jV0
What
started
all'"this,"
anyway?
material
means
with
which
to
meet
and
did
stamps;
fifth,
room
7,
$445."What's more, I believe him,
Mankind has come more and more heard me. A'.id I l::ir'.v that thou !)0:i_of the textbook, in the'Glossary."
3S, 1(1 honiln anil S31 stamps; sixth, this demand for help. Alas, we know, What is responsible for such a,misAnd what was it Jesus :.a:d in
because I know ne r-.ives 'he .mom S. $347. lfi. 11 bonds and 550 from long experience that that is representation of God's plan for His to acknowledge the worth and suc- hearest me always: bin because of Mis, Eddy has defined the word the twenty-first chapter of Lular
prophet,"
in
pact,
as
"a.
spiritual
the
people
whiclvsland
by
I
snid'ii.
cess
of
t
h
a
t
mission,
now
being
carnot
the
way
out.
We
have
tried
all
beloved
son
and
heir?
Gospel? "And when the.-.e thinps !
finest lubrication I can get !:U:imps: seventh, room 15. $339.25, those paths—and found each only a
seer."
| 8 bonus and 448 stamps; room 9 is
In the ninetieth Psalm, the tenth lied to further fruition by her. fol- thnt they may beiievp that ihou rmst
begin to come to pass, then look up,
anywhere! Yns, sir, I'm bet- i c h h t h with 5335.70, 7 bonds and 417 short, rough, dead-end street, from verse, we read: "The days of our lowers. Her name as a world leader sent, me." Then lit- turned to the
God tbe Giver of Good Alone
and lift up your head:; for your |
'slamps; ninth, room 12, $195^70, v> which all have had to retreat in years are threescore years and ten; in religion is claiming an even higher tomb nnd cried, 'La:' /.run, come
ting my car will last! '
A young newspaperman who, redemption drawclh nlch."
forth."
and
higher
place
in
the
estimation
confusion.
and if by reason of strength they be
, Imnils ar-'d MR stamps; tenth, room
Look up! Looking do.vu, we find I
Who coiikl d"r.cri!:e what followed shortly before, had begun looking
Christian Science is pointing t h e fourscore years, yet is their strength of thinking men and women. As this
\ 13, sis.nri. 1 bund nnd 291 stamps,
Into Christian Science, found him- only the temptation to bo::cve in the |
and eleventh place lo room 14 with world to the one way out—complete labour and sorrow; for it Is soon.cut healing truth she taught is spread •in simpler or more dramatic terms
elf apparently needing more money. reality of evil. Look up! Not down!
and joyous reliance upon the God off, and WD fly away." The doleful abroad over the earth and the ills than John? "And liP.thpt was dend He couldn't sec where It could come Look up to divine Love. Not down |
:M».lf>. 1 bond and 291 stamps.
of mankind are cured through its came forth, boimcl hand ancl loot
Robert Summers and architect of the universe, who outlook given in this Psalm has been ministrations, the possibility of the with fjravrclothr.i: nnd hi.s face vva.j from under the circumstances under to hate. Look u p to Life. I,"ot dovrn
planned everything so differently for accepted throughout the centuries
which he was working. He felt led to death. Lool: up to divine Mind,
-FOR YOUR MOTOR
us all.
as divine authority for the belief joyous attainment of any worthy bound abovt with a nnnkin. Jesus to follow the admonition of Isaiah, Not down to mortal mind. Look up
RnmlK And Stamps
Tlie Bible, that precious volume that man should do all his planning goal is made more and more a p - salth unto them, L':Q.-C him, nnd Jet "Enlarge the place of thy tent, and to Soul. Not down to s e w c Look up i
parent.
, him co."
This week Miss A^nes Seeley's which, with our textbook, was or- and provisioning with the Idea that
-4no:i that's TOUGH in
Doesn't thin give you an inklini; let them stretch forth the curtains1 to Spirit. Not down to matter. Look
And what about the sick? Have
lonni won the banner "for buying dained by Mrs. Eddy to be the joint his earthly usefulness is to cease at
of what may. be, at the b a d : of your of thine habitations: spare not, up to Truth. Not cioivii to error,
capital Iclior; . . . pi elects
or
about
seventy
years
of
age.
pastor
of
the
Church
ol
Christ,
they
also
the
right
to
look
to
God
Ihe most w a r bonils and stamps.
own failure to work nut some of lengthen thy cords, and strengthen Look u p to Principle. Not down to
Scientist (Manual, Art. XIV, Sect. 1),
Let us consider Moses, who, at the with Jcyous expectancy of the attain- your demonstration.':? Are you joy- thy stakes; for thoti shalt break nothingness.
c ainsl ccnbDn cmcl sludcjol
, They bought in $1,031.85.
Tim sales wore room 11. $1,031.85, teems with admonitions to be glad age of fourscore years, undertook ment of good—and good alone? The ously expectant enough to thank forth on the right hand and on the
This is the prayer of constructiveI riiimi 11 S39.M1, room 7 $39.00, room and rejoice, to look to God with joy- one of the. world's biggest mass mi- sinner has been taught to go to God God in advance for your healings, left." '
ness, the antidote /or l.h<; seeming
ous expectancy of the attainment of grations, in the face of a hostile for healing, and he is assured by
1
In his consequent effort to see destructiveness of evil; the expectIL'. SlH.3f>, mom « $6.15, room 10 good—and good alone.
or
must
you
wnit
for
t
h
"
completed
rulerwho was backed by great force theology that he certainly will be healing before you can say, "Thank farther and more clearly, to enlarge ancy of the attainment of blessings ;
. S!i.r>n, room lfi $3.45, room 16, $2.30,
of arms, and carried it to such a healed. The sick, on the other hand, you, God"?
the scope of his consciousness of with which we, a.s Christian Scieniiioni '•> $1.30 and room 14 rone. The
Our Father Knows Our Needs
point of success that he could leave have been turned to material medilolal was S1.MS.71.
Jesus, through his joyous confi- supply, he went to a Christian Sci- tists, know today is bit,-, despite all •
FOR YOUR CHASSIS
An all-good God certainly would its culmination to Joshua, his second cine rather than to God. Mrs. Eddy,
Jnnet Ayeis not have counseled us to turn to Him
dence in the omnipotence, omni- ence practitioner, who told him he indications to the contrary. This
in command. And how many were doing another of her grand good
had the right to look to God—the looking up is the attitude of expectKnock! ogl fiiclion c:l up
with confidence and expectancy if in this migration which he directed? turns for humankind, has pointed .presence, ami omniscience of Ood, Giver o[ Eo°d and good alone—for ancy of attainment.
WOrNDKl) IN GKliMANY
out the fallacy of this in no uncer- good, manifested that Christ ho had the attainment of hla legitimate
He
had
not
planned,,_and
been
p
r
e
The
Bible
says
there
were
about
six
to 3 9 viinl chtisiij points!
been commissioned to make plain lo
1
I'KO James Kurey, 24, son of Ml. pared to care for all our needs. Christ hundred thousand men, and there tain terms. She says, on page 143 of a waiting, suilerlnn world.
Love Alone Can Conquer
desires.
PlOlc-clion plui!
.iiwl .Mrs. .IjinH'M Furey of Mytnwan Jesus has told us God already knows were women- and children besides. the textbook, "The sick are more
Much comforted, the young man
It is the only wuy in which wo
Jesus Revealed Ihe Christ
ln\Vnsin|i, was wounded in the right what things we need before we ask. And there were also great herds of deplorably lost than the sinning, if
returned to his work and continued shall be nble to see the road to world
in rjt'i'nuiny April 9. nc- And he has counseled us to pray sheep, and goats, and cattle, and the sick cannot rely on God tor In his overcoming of sickness, lack, to think along these lines, filings salvation—to freedom from this lyrerplvR wh,nt, we. nther gnnda to he transported and help and the sinning can."
sorrow, sin, and death—for himself began to happen almost lmmed.1huui. tin Win 1 <^"°" * * " • >
<lnii:
In my Ural-reading-of—the-Gh*lE— 'gnU"l)tlil'io—liu len'Mrd thc-ehrist- alely. Tho managing editor Iff! fnr. ing claim to evil's domination,
cared ior.
| I>i-piiriiii( nl. loiter word from Ihe need.
'llliUUBli Lum c u i ihU-betlftn Science textbook, this stateJesus could not have faced what
j W i r IVparinirnt staled the wound
Thus did his experience refute the ment startled me, because I com- as thnt KuvitiR, healing manifesta- a more promising opportunity In the out. Hate and revenge can never win
•••.as nc! serious nnrl Hint P F C he knew was to be Inflicted upon him despnirlng note of the Psalmist placently had accepted the general tion of God which had been shown East, which led to a war correspond- the victory. We are happy to see
by a carnally-minded society, infuriKiiicy is shnwini: nurmnl improve- ated by Us misconceptions of his about human frailty, by his carrying Impression that the sick, although to the (indent prophets, and which ent's job and the writing of success- that throughout the democratic naIs avnilnble to us here, today.
ful books. The news editor was mnde tions there Is freedom from hatred
teachings, had not his mentality on this great tusk for forty years— good and Christian, must rely upon
As in their clay and his, so now we managing editor. The young Christhose who appear responsible lot
been permeated by the quiet con- until he had reached slxscore, one material means for healing, while find spiritual right Ideas, active in tian Scientist was promoted from of
chaotic conditions with .which
fidence so beautifully depleted In hundred and twenty years of age. the sinner, no matter how hardened, the .human consciousness, are the assistant city editor to news editor, the
we all are fitrugglfnfr, Love alone can ,
that Psalm which he must have- And what was his condition a t the had ready access to Spirit and spirit- Christ nt work, lcndhiR us out of with a nice Increase in salary. The conquer
and restore the world to »
mode his own, because he so often end o( Ihut time? The book of ual means for his relief. I was Jolted darkness into llnht; out- of sickness city editor was given more money right state
of thinking.
"" '
Deuteronomy says, "His eye was not out of this complacency by Mrs.
referred to God as a shepherd:
because
of
having
somebody
prointo health; out of lack Into prosdim, nor his natural force abated."
The Psnlmist clparly depicted this l
moted
over
his
head,
A
newspaperEddy's plain language.
1
"The
Lord
Is
my
shepherd;
I
shal
r'perlly; out of war und fear Into
Mrs. Eddy point. ; out this fallacy
T h e M o n n i u u t h cuvmty p o t a t o v o state of mind when he sang:
not want.
joyous peace; out,of sorrow Into man from another section of the
thnt God not only has set a limit
i('iy Ut.t W H S p l a n t e d tin t h e O K , Unreality of Sickness
country, who walked into the office
"I will lift u p mine eyes unto tho
"He
maketh
me
to
He
down
In
happiness;
out
ol
stcmliiR
failure
upon
man's
life,
but
enforces
it.
She
j r i r K c t r l u i m fnnn, KiMmlrl, April
that day sucking employment, was hills, from whence enmnth my help.
Kiccii pastures: he leadelh me beside shows us we hnvc a right to t h e
As in the case of evil In general, into joyous 'attainment.
> I1'. I t u l t n l c d In Iho test Ihbt y o u r , the still waters.
made assistant city editor, And thus
"My help comet h from Ihe Lord,
,,, . nttnlnmcnt of a long, full life of our Leader has shown the unreality
When John thu Baptist sent to
!ii- M>M!iiiK td nich.-iiil O. Hire, me
which made heaven nml earth.
"He restoreth my soul: he lcadeth service,
of sickness and disease, with all their Jesus some of his followers to i n - it wont, many being blessed.
. t f i i i l i f l i n nt ' viit i r l i r s
Mtnic of
1
"He will not suffer thy foot to be
me In the paths of righteousness lor
symptoms, and the consequent r e - qfllre If he were that Messiah, or
It didn't stop there. The man who
•A Nii'it h a v e Wimvn thi'jr w o r t h In his name's sake.
Gad Nat Governed by Time
ality of health and strength, Thou- Christ, thnt hud been promised, their had asked help found many moro moved: he lhat keepnt'li thce will
t |ii> l o r ii ion a n d o t h e r
v;nW't iv*
opportunities to be more useful. He not slumber.
"Yea, though. I walk through t h
Mrs. Eddy gives us, in the chapter sands, the world over, arc seeking
I hat :ii '• l'^tnfc IcHtnl (D .srp how vallpy of (he shadow of death, I wlli "Footsteps of Truth" In the Chris- relief through studying the Chris- attention wns cnlled to the works of was asked to write editorials for a
"Behold, he that Itecpetli Israol
healing thnt were being done. These
itit'V ]M] IIII m muli'i' lorul r u m l l t i o r m fear no evil: for Ihou art with me
tian Science textbook, Intensely vital tian Science textbook, which helps were oITcrril as the highest proofs newspaper in a city not far away. shall neither slumber nor sleep.
"The Lord is thy keeper: the Lord
Ho
wrote
af
tor-dinner
speeches,
and
thy rod nnd lli.v staff they comfor
statement;), which have served to them to change their thinking nnd of the appearance of that Truth
Tin- I ' : i \ v n i f vai icty Mutt outyii'WI- miv
'relnvlgoratc many who had faltered thus be rid of the false beliefs which which today, us then, restores sight minstrel monologues, and was paid Is thy shndc upon thy riniit hand.
cij ;il) vniJHit'H in iln< lent lu«t y e a r
"Tho sun Rhnll not smltn tlico by
"Tliou prcparrst a table before mi becnuso of Die belief of tho passage are the cause of bodily Ills. They arc henrinpt, strength, happiness, health for them, too. These opportunities
w i t h JI yield of 1!»3 b u s h e l s JKM n c r
had been passing him on the street day, nor. tho moon by HIRIII.
In the presence of mine enemies
of time, forgettlnu that God, the learning that mortal' mind, genera! and pence to mankind,
a g a i n thin y e n i . T h e thou nnolntcst my hend with oil; my
before.
Now
they
camo
up
to
him
"The Lord shall preserve thce
human
belief,
and
their
'own
acceptGiver and preserver o( life (who 1
Christian Science i.s presenting to
mi I'Mi-ly n i a t i i i i n i ; viu-li— | c u p r u n n e t h over.
Life Itself), is not governed by tin ance or rejection of false beliefs the world the conviction—nay, the and demanded attention, When the from all evil: lie nlmll preserve thy
time
came,
he
had
the
monoy
he
soul.
i (-)iinltty. . T i n - H o i i n m
"Surely goodness and mercy shal
ticking of clocks,. Ihe tearing ol govern their physical condition, And absolute knowledge and undcrPHIL WALDMANS
r i y H I M ! |i>'ifinini'tl f n i i l y
well
follow me nil Ihe days of my life
"The Lord shall prarrve I.., ., .. „
leaves from calendars, the rotations so they keep better watch and ward stnnrililR—that the Christ Is tho needed. Von may Rsk how I know
much about this case. Well, I was out and thy coming in from this
am! I will dwell In the Houso of th
lsu in i h c l e s t .
Scveml
mllici
of the earth, or Its revolutions about over their thinking, finding thai manifestation of God to a certain m
thnt young newspaperman.
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Lord for ever,"
' Miii'ctii'n Hint d i d n u t H h o w - u p
time forth, nnd even for evermore,"
the Bun.'She shows us that Qod health follows the substitution pi end,
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h
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a m Ki-i)uoia, S e h u ^ o nnd" W o h u w k .
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pliinti'd
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Cobbler nnd (Jicon Mountain.
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forces. Honor the man who wears it. He has done more
than his share to bring peace back to our Nation and to
the world.
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RED BANK REGISTER, MAY 10, 1945
Page Sir.
tivities, but one in which he was deeply interested, was the help lie gave to unfortunate, families. His charitable acts, particularly during the .depression years, were legion, but many were liinnvifoiilv to himself
and to the recipients.
(The opinions expressed in tha Edl>
Views -hercunder do not necessarThe Register l<i years ago in fln account ilyorin]carry
the endorsement of The Res*
•....of n testimonial tendered Ifonslgiior Mc- iiter).
Closkey, stated "he has probably done more -MORE LIGHT, LESS COST
for St. James parish than any other man, A recent advertisement of the
General Electric company shows a
yet he lias never i e | his Irving duties get the :ag
attached to. a Mazda electric
best of his congenial n a h m v ' Time has only lamp. ,We are told that the 60 watt
amp sold for $1.75 in 1907, and the
enhanced this tribule to a great priest. The orlce
has been lowered until today
(even
with a war on) it sells for 10
editor and publisher of The Register and the
:enls plus tax. And the 10-cent
employees extend their condolences on (he lamp~jfives- over 50 per cent more
passing' of their- friend, Consignor Mc- light for the same amount of electricity.'
Closkey.
Thn General Electric company
RED BAJVK REGISTER
Editoridl Views
of Other Papers
ESTABLISHED 1878
•"' By "John U. Cook and Henry Clay
1
THOMAS IRVING BROWN
Editor and Publisher
JAMES J. HOGA.N, Associate Editor
Assistant Editors
CHESTER J. BEAMAN
M. HAKOLD KELLY
The Iti-il Haul' K. sifter m > o < i no financial
' iiavcrilscnwnti
flllnt
but
tl.« for ivimvrnr.hic-.-i; i rrors iin"
but will reprint
which the typographical
ertisement
lb«t p»h "f
notify the management
Ail r.i-i.rs will
error occu
>:rc.r which mav occur.
Immeilinuly of nr,
MEMHKK THE' ASSOCIATED PRESS
exclusively entitled to the use
dispatches credited to it or
mpcr mid nlso the local news
The .•Vrnci.v.i'd I'ri
for rcpublii'ii'.ion of nl
not 0lhlT\vi-t- Vr, ui-.<:fl
puhlish»d llicriin.
MrmlK-r Audit Bureau of Circulations
"National A<lv ni-ii.i: K(prc?pntatives, Dairy T. Minea
Co., 2:, East -f.'-> St • Nt-v York. 123 West Madison St.,
Chicaco, 111,; V\<(I'liialnul St., Philadelphia, Pa. £" .-
could have informed us that since
1907, in addition to giving the public better products at lower prices,
its employees have had their wages
.is Si-coriil-Clasj Matter at the Post.Ii-mctl «e,.kly
.1..
umlcr
the
Act
of
March
3,
1879,
increased, hours of labor shortened,
office a t Itnl
ivark'ing conditions
considerably
Mother's Day this year seems lo n's theimproved, and pension, hospitallzaTHURSDAY, MAY 30, 1945.
perfect occasion for taking note of the tre-tion, and other employee plans
adopted.
mendous revival of interest in American When a government moves tofamily lift. For some time now the nation's ward state capitalism it gradually
starves individual initiative, „ and
most popular books, movies and plays have regiments
the citizen. G. E. would
.1'ivMili'iit T r u m a n s o u n d e d the keynote been presenting us- with chuckles, or tears.— never, have created a better lamp
at a lower price if It had not had
•' for •YIVIIMV iilisi'i'vaiu'c when he called for „,. luidi—as 1 hey plumb our nostalgic mem- to compete for its market. Our
'a n a t i o n a l d a y of t h a n k s g i v i n g next S u n d a y . ories of life with.mother and father. The government is agaihst monopolies,
and rightly so, because a monopoly
H e rcc-iilli'd tluii «v. .slilljiiivc a w a r t o win .sophisticated years when it was considered renerally grows fat as It ages and
1
i n tin Knst a n d ]n>iiiied to t h e need for h a r d , slightly unfashionable to be sentimental becomes mentally and physically
lazy. Size, and the high salaries of"
toilsome.- ]iaiiWitk.iui;1.-.K.orJv to achieyo " a n about one's family are gone; Americans to- officers, of themselves do not bring
an imlusti;y or basinets' to"a higher
day
are
dipping
more
aud'jiiore
frequently
a b i d i n i ; I't'^c r . a p e m r runted in justice h u d
higher state of efficiency. And
into I heir own past and discovering all over and
a government which enters the
- W e art* pli'asi'd a i ilic lnaiiiii'i 1 in w h i c h again that it was a pretty darned good way business arena to compete with its
I.-,
people soon falls prey to its bureau]ive after all.
V l v i l a y w a s HIISITVIMI a t Ued B a n k a m i incrate.
• 7
We "can have social reforms
" ~l:1TP~ rrrl ji vi nii r*r~< •> •• n tin 111 ilHcsr- -J'li i w - \ u i s u m .
"wll felr~'wl1l~caten~t1ic~world's -eyegre;il iiiiinili.'Sialiiin of t h e j u b i l a t i o n t l m t vus good everywhere, whether i t was lived but in creating them our best bet
n a hig house in old St. Louis, a flat in is to feed -them from the trough of
, . n a t u r a l l y s h o u l d . r e s u l t a t t h e j - o l l a p s e of
large and small' industries operattlie Xa/.i I'mves.
I• 1 • 1 > 1 > 1 i• g a t h e r e d in t h e i r rooklyn or on air Indiana farm. The i,m-ng at a proper profit and controll1
>i
iFlTTTreiTrs In' liivv riTrnrbr-trmH o-]>iHMrMJwte- "HfHM-t-lH'^W-n" I '" f"'»'ly' heinii Ini'vtb- ed, but not managed,'by our governnienn Uur • goveTnTWeTttTrhmrM'
r. Small wonder that a people wilh so devote itself to enacting laws, en10 Il'ii' liicnuiry n l ' d i l l ' In-avc s o u s w h o fell
limy memories should have niiiile Mother's forcing them,•dealing with foreign
in l i e l | i i n g in I'lhiiiin tliis v i c t o r y a n d t h e
and domestic governments, and pronv (he significant holiday, tlmt it is. 'And tecting the rights of our people.—
' ' v i c t o r y tliai i s - s i r r c lo r o m e in t h e . P a c i f i c .
ren less wonderjliat siich a holiday, at a., Freehold Transcript.
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Don't Forget Mother
On Her Special Day
Prayer and Thanksgiving Mark
End of War In Europe
s t n i g g l e h a s been e l i d e d , we s h a l l d i r e c t t h e
•^li'nti'st c n i n - i ' i i i r a l i i i u of ]icnver in t h e h i s lcfi*y nl' t h e w u r l d i<i 1 he reniaiiiing 1 p o w e r s
<ii' evil mi 1 he o i l i e r s i d e of I h e e a r t h .
As
President
T r u m a n s l a t e d , h o w e v e r , t h i s ef-
fort
call
will
for " w o r k ,
work
a n d more
work."
A uTeaJi'i' p a n of t h i s liisk of b r i n g i n g
t h i s w a r in 1 siiri-essful'coiirliistoin w\\\ fall
il|iini Aiiu-rieiiii sliniildi'Vs.
Soviet
Russia,
n o W c m i i p l c i e l y at peace, lias n o t indicated
w h e t h e r o r imt she will heroine our ally in
t h e l'ai-iHr.
I'ireai.Krihfin
h a s been prom-
isin'j 10 help us for «mne t i m e , at least with
' lic-r powerful lleet l o n g a g o freed from duty
in E i i r o | i r a i i w a t e r s , h u t t h u s f a r ' I h e w a r
u^iiinsi -lii]ian r e m a i n s mostly an A m e r i c a n
show.
I? will he necessary, then, as P r e s i d e n t
T r u m a n s t a t e d , 10 keep to o u r jobs t h a t t h i s
end
might
be g a i n e d .
T h i s is no time t o
greet the r-i-ss.-iiion of hostilities ill Europewith
undue
cxubi'ianee.
The war
which
s t a r t e d with the sneak a t t a c k on P e a r l H a r bor liy ilic J a p a n e s e is not y e t over,
'lonjr'ii
itnw
"'.ill r a k e to liring il i» a sucressful
coiicliisinil will depend in g r e a t part: on o u r
rcspmisi' ai
home.
T h e American
ppoph
have s t a r i c i l well in greeting' the end of tin
liiirnpeaii, |>ha.*ii' of ilie coiilliet by jirnyer
a n d Ilia-iiksgiving, r a t h e r t h a n hnundless joy
:ind iidempc rail
ii'h'bratioii.
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Death of Monsignor McCloskey
A Distinct Loss To Red Bank
1-ieil H a n k in g e n e r a l a n d Ihe m e m b e r s
l a r t i c u l a i ' ;ire liionrii
n f S i . . l a 1110 p a r i s h
i l l g I lie l n > - n | . \ | o
u i| i s i g i m r .Inliii
k e y . w Ijn
he
1 i \ 1 •<I 11111 il -1 m
mi'J_.
served
ation
l>. M c C l o s
way T u e s d a y eveiiiiij;, Llai
|I;IN-II1
he w o u l d h a v e 0I1
t i n - I—
• 111 ii
aiiiiivei'Siiry' of h i s o r d i n
l o 1 In- p r i e s ! 1
•' 'loskey r a n i e t o Ued B a n k
111
lll-Cl
I I'llin < ' ; | iinleu.
II
a n d o n e ol" h i s l a s
acts in 1 In- l a i i e i 1' i i )
w a s t h i ' . h u r n i u j ; of i
on ;t n e w si'hool a m
w h uh h h;nl In j ' i i
convi:iii
nisi r
ring
d
i i n n li
H i s ]i M o i - , i i
chielly liy
in.Keil l!auk w a s niarki
1 urn nl' a new high HCIIOO
b e ei-i
huilding a i'^ rei'iopv on llroad street.
11
also con ve I ' d Ilii' 1'ifliii-i' r e c t o r y 111 I o a c o l
vciii
and
>peni
L'
ilioiisiiiids
Mniini
(l|i\ci
s c h o o l bn
dm1;
his indef
igabli- e n e r g y
Jliodcni
means
of
dollar
ceinelery,
Th
I'l-inaiiis a s a m o n u m e n t
in providing
I'm- I l i e e d l l e j i l i o n
y o u t h o f h i spari,-li.
t
ever,
nf t h
H i s/.ealons intert'sl i
e d l i c a l i o n d i d 1101 1 - m l w i l h
I h ee r e e l i i n i 1
I l i e lilli I d i n g , I n n p e i - i i i e a l e i | |.lu> e n t i r e t n l c l
i u g .y>ic-in. w i t h
Callinlie
i h e ii-Mill
liiuli seli'.id
iliiit
U e d ltiill
r a n k s liiuli i n si-bo
tic s t a n d i n g amoii
o n n l ilist i t u -
d o n s in d i e - i i i i c ,
was
annuls;
T
a
leader
ose w ho knew
at 111 H 1111\sii• i11 s i a i u i i i a , his a b i l i t y uiiil enj i a c i t y i n t e | i liinu.s d o n e ,
l i e walkeil w i t h
ff=-/:^ '-liu*~W'jdn'i>L,_i.e u uyo iLLiLoujt low.'. t h e ^ n i U K i i i
touch,
l i e w a s a c i i v e in n i i i n e r o i i s o r g i i n -
me when most families are split apart by
iir. should have Ihe poweif to send every
lu's thoughts winging home. A Mother's
'ay card becomes a means of reunion at a
nie like this, and the. sweetly sentimental
erses, at which ''Mom" would blush with*
lustx't'ucl pleasure when her children handed
hem to her with her Mother's Day gift, beline ringing tributes when they come from
cross thousands (if miles of hind and ocean.
Ihyr would also appreciate a letter, Howva or a personal gift.
THK CHANCERY COURT
Governor Edge has before him a
report of an audit indicating shortr
ages in the amount of $25,000 in
funds administered by the court of
chancery. On the basis of this report the governor vetoed a bill validating the action of chancery court
clerks In accepting fees and court
costs, regardless of whether they
acted legally. What connection exsted between the introduction of
the meausrc and'the audit report
can only be guessed.
But these developments, when
piled on top of other unfavorable
circumstances involving the court
of chanceiy, argue strongly for an
We remember some years ago many exhaustive investigation of the
barges that this or that development in sci- court in all its branches. Last year's
battle for a new constitution, which
nee was destroying family life in tlu would have abolished the chancery
United States. Xow we find thai the Amer- court, reveals the low estate to
which the court has fallen In the
ican family is,still going strong, and a hoi- public confidence. Now that its
day like Mother's J);iy otters direct: testi- h.-tmlling of funds is under a cloud
its prestige will further decline.
mony that not even a war. with its far .great- But the people whom it should
serve and the court Itself deserves
threats of disruption, can weaken it.
an rxhautftive investigation that
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will either revive confidence in the
count or indicate that the thousands
who would abolish the court of
chancery are right.
Such an inquiry should survey
only the court's handling of
Samuel Klatsky, pioneer shoe merchant not
funds entrusted to it but also the
U Ued li'ailK, whose (leallrncciiri'ed l u e s i l l i y jquality of-itr-acBtslmrerthc-cfficleninovilinu, WHS one or tlie best k n o w n a n d C5' o t i t s administration, and the
./
extent to which It contributes to or
M'St, liked r e s i d e n t s (il tills section, l i e Was detratts
state's
reputation
for sure from
and the
speedy
' justice.—As-
pattering on the tree leaves and
whispering In ail t h e little streams
that creep down the hill. The first
love song ever heard on earth must
have been the sound of rain in
springtime.
And at evening there is a pleasant peace in the slow patter of rain
on a leafy world. It marks the
darkness with a whisper, and the
soft liquid murmur of a bank-full
brookjs_ths_voloe of a young, new
world full of strength, of reassurance. The darkness is not quite eo
dark; the air has a clean, new
sweetness. And the drip from the
eaves is a peaceful song, a song of
sleep and rest and a new tomorrow.—New York Times.
» SUGAR RATIONING.
Even sweets apparently have
their, sour momenta, and sugar has
had a, good many of them 'since
rationing was Introduced.
The
latest cut of 25 per cent in regular
allowances and the reduction in
canning allotments are meeting
with the usual repercussions.
The Government is blamed for
poor planning (such an restricting
Cuba's output in 1943), lor delaying
sugar programs, and allocating insufficient manpower and equipment,
thus contributing to short beet
crops in 1943 and 1944. It also is
assailed for not assigning enough
ships" to bring in tKr paw sugar, ana
for diverting sugar to make ^alcohol.
There h goad basis for all this
criticism, but for a proper weighing of the situation It Is well to
keep in thought the tremendous
over-all problems and uncertainties
with which the Government agencies were faced. Often a choice had
to be made—on manpower, equipment, transportation—between more
aujear, arui other essentials to the
waj effoft. Due to the tight shipping situation, it. was necessary to
decide what priorities should be
given sugar as against bauxite,
"chTomite;—
j—an<i~oth-ermaterials from Cuba needed in the
munitions program. *'
In the summer of 1942, Cuba
charged that her business was parjUy_zed and grave national economic
problems threatened' unless the"
United States moved the sugar^and
molasses which had been stored for
months' in Cuban warehouses. At
that time, storehouses in the United
States were'fllled to capacity. This
undoubtedly led to the mistaken restriction in Cuban crops for the following year. As for diversion of
sugar'to make alcohol, the need for
alcohol for synthetic rubber requirements outgrew available corn
and wheat supplies^ so that in 1944
the WPB was forced to turn back
to the use of sugar and molasses.
These things are, of course, past
history, and are cited only to help
keep a. proper perspective. The task
ahead, in meeting the serious world
shortage, calls for closer co-operation of Government, Industry, and
consumer. If, as hag been charged,
officials are bearing too heavily on
sugar as a relief food, the case
should be .proved and proper adjustment made,- But American consumers, realizing that they still
have as much and In most cases
more sugar than any other people,
have good reason to keep "sweet"
through it all.—The Christian Sciertce Monitor.
LOOK TO THE IDEAS.
"The lack of a great, new, creative idea means at all times a limitation of fighting power." Adolf
Hitler has proved the truth of his
own words in "Mein Kampf."
At one time when the fighting
power of Germany seemed to have*
no limitations many people were
tempted-to believe that Naiilsm
possessed a "great, new, creative
idea." When Hitler's military might
was sweeping all before it, some
could call It the "wave of the fulol only ;i successful business man, working bury Park Press.
ture." But those who measured
ideas by the fundamentals
loni: iind hard to achieve this success, Imt he A FAIR DKAL ON AMEND- Hitler's
of Christianity could discern the
onlribiited materially- to the community in
weaknesses which are now plainly
MENTS THIS TIME?
Mher ways. He anil }lrs. Klatsky raised If the lesson of last November's read In hla own fall and that of
Germany^
ilailjjllters WllO h a v e C i i n i e d t l i e lid- rejection of Ihe revised ConstituPastor Nlcmoller and others who
tion
s
m i r i i t i o n a n d r e s p e c t of t h e i r f e l l o w - l o w n s - i
'- heeded by the legislative irotestcd the Nazi oppression and
„,
.
!committee
that ha^ amendments
charge of pnssng upon proposed
to barbarity sensed the limitations on
submitted, there will be no at- Hitler's power. The open assertion
nen.
Ilie s o n s a r e both p r o m i n e n t a I t o r - '
tempt at coercion of the electorate that might makes right was a clear
leys, former Jtidjie H a r r y K l a t s k y mid Wil- and no undue restrictions upon ilgnal. The denial of brotherhood;
iani 1. K l a t s k y , tlie l a t t e r now servinj;' h i s freedom of choice. The voters will he disregard for conscience; tho
he allowed to pass upon constitu- turning toward tribal worship; the
•onntry in lOurope, a n d one of the dnnj;h- tional changes regarding school reliance on hate, fear and mesmerlei'H is e i i n u r e d in'"the i n i p o r l a n t work of buses, bingo nnd other matters for ism—all these told of the lack of a
which thiM-o exists H substantial de- :reatiV6 idea.
teach in»,
mand.
Hitler had some new notions
The committee that is formulat- ideas Is too good a-word tor them)
Mr. K l a t s k y w a s a m a n wlnj siiid little
£ nnmendmenta affecting the ind some of them had an attraction
ind minded h i s o w n b u s i n e s s , t w o very val- cout't.s will also go easy and not
for people who thought German
uable i r n i t s . I n b u s i n e s s lie dealt, h o n o r a b l y jint all the epgs in. .one hasknt but unity and national pride justified
allow vniioua alterations in the ju- ny means. But even these notions
with liis fcllow-iiicii, a n d h i s family, in dicial set-up to be voted upon sepwere destructive, not creative. The
lnouriiiiijj t h e loss of a h u s b a n d i?iul p a r e n t , arately. Last year there was a receipt for unity was common
brazen effort to force the entire rec a n feel p r o u d of t h e r e s p e c t a n d a d m i r a t i o n vision to be swallowed at one gulp, atred of the Jews or other peoples.
National pride was fed on the falin which he w a s held in t h i s coniiminily. with thn result that—flSc entire dlah sity of racial superiority."
limn, lln-nmn mil liy •ylinpn nrivnrun
TUIMB wa» rui a Llmu sumutrrhrgWn extern! our- s i nO-O-O-O-O-O
c e r c s l ' condolences.
—
majority. The people desired that
(he state's organic law be improved, that lookod like revolutionary fcriis they decisively expressed them- or in the Na2l movement, But 1
selves in 1!*-1'', hut the Legislature did not contain such power as even
tho misguided extremism of the
presumed upon that.
The public hrcs little patience French Revolution carried. It real•(1 luiiioiiiil elolhiii 1 ;' ciilleclinn
nowadays with lcgislntiye assump ly represanted reaction—a reversion
for Die ]ieii|)h' of lOnrope closeil in t h e IJi'il lion of-.superior Intelligence. The to outgrown barbarism, a denial o
the real rul- humanlty:s hard-won progress tol'aid; ni'cii liisl week willi colleclion iif more musses Imow tlu-y
riv; .-mil Ihi'.v i-i?srot t h e a t l e m p t o f ward liberty, tolerance, justice.
1
t h a n 11111,11(1(1 p o u n d s . Mrs. .lolm 1!. Allen, pulilii Ri'i-viints wlin try to step out
Today It la coaler to see the llm
itation of power imposed by th
(if thill role In "fence them In.'
c h a i r m a n of tlie d r i v e in Iliis seel ion, wh
Monmoulh Anicrinin,
shortage of now and creative Idqa
worked i m i i r i i i ^ l y for t h e success of.Lhis
In Hltlerlsm. Defeat, ''dissension
SI'HIMi
KA1N.
the fetid'bestiality of tho concenc)ini]mi,mi, is to he r o u n d l y c o m m e n d e d fur
tration camps—all accent the weakThcie'8
Kiiiw'tliliif,'
southing
about
this result. All those w.lio nide<l her, and
a HICIW K|nuit! vnln. Summer rain nesses. We of the democracies can
l l i e p e o p l e o f t h e c o i i i i i m i i i i y w h o r e s p o n d e d tcnd.s lo violfnc'c, in Hound a t leost, pee tho lolly of Hltler'» rellnnce on
n rlilll mol- hato and oh material might. Yet,
s o f - e n c r o i i s l y , s h o u l d f e e l ( ; r i i l i l i i ' d i h a i t h e y iiml uiitumn ruin f IIHH
itncholy. Mtit t!n. i'i'lfi (he silvery often unconsciously, wo aro temptl i n v c c o n i r i l i i u c d s o m u c h l o T h e w e l f a r e n f niisic of K''" w l n t; Hil'iKS In a sprint; ed to hnto back and toctedlt ou
own victory to the power of ou
a p e o p l e l e s s f o r t u n a t e I h s u i w e i n A m e r i c a . aln, iind llii'ii-'n n .SIIVPIJ- baouty machines.
'
In lt« Hlnnted lines ncnlnst tho Bliy,
We of the democracies have
Its Ijniidcd (lilji fI'din Kieen now
« niiiil^hlc rivulets. Spring rent creative Idea—tho brothersses in radio, i i a v i j - i i i i o n
I'.'iin'H.n r:iln In «',-l)li with, to know hood 6f man, based on the Fathor
ei'iifi procedure I'mi i b e r s o f i h eCivil ATr inllmnti'ly, It IIIIK II pleaaunt touch hood of a God of truth and'justlc
1
Let UH look there for our power.—
1 ' l l t r o l w i l l h e e o l i d i i i ' l e d , l l i l ' o l i u l i t i l i • s • >< 111 - .mil Its voice l.i Ilii. voice »f Trloncl* Tho Christian Science Monitor.
ship,
s o r s h i p ;i)11) e i > - i i | i e r j i i i o n ' o f I J e i n l i x l i n d i y ,
ill< »l'i'vri « (immli-y roml In n
FltliKIIOLD'S FIRE LOBS
K riiIn mill you run uiulcrntunc
l.'iii't,
iKn;ordinj£..Ui.. a n . iiiinouiir.eiiieiil...liy
^aQini'.vvli.u t. tiuu.mjxafilc Jitnyo.wthr-oi
T h o i n i i s ( ! . W i i ^ F t ' i i e r o l ' i , i ' o m i n i u i d " r n f I h e • •liiincr iiml uf llfn, V o u e n n fee
Samuel Klatsky, A Man Held In
High Esteem By The Community
Clothing Campaign Here Goes
Well Over the Top
('la
i / . i l t i o n s . e s p e c i a l l y I h o s e d e v o t e d to p u b l i c A x h u r y 1 ' i i i ' k - s f i i i a t l i ' o i i — U : i - ( - h I I H H I C W r o n r s i ' Hi" tli'i'p llilim »! (inclcnt y u n m l a v liiK Dm i:iiilli, e v e n ux t h l H r a i n
w o l f a i ' e , ,\el b e never'I'm* a m o m e n t n e g l e c t e d in i d w i t h n i n n y , j i l a n y ('.VLVsiiidenls
|i>iirnln>>
your own fnco, Arrnim nn
t h e w o r k e n n i i e c t e d d i r e c i j y w U h liin p a r i s h . I l i e I ' l K l i n i e i i t s o f ( l y i i i ' r a i , I h e Iti-ti H a n k n i r - J)••-• i> v i i l l p y y o u
BOH tli« r a i n
nniin',' unto n Kfti»n hlll»ldu,
l
llfc• L i k e ( h e " n o d s h e | i | n ' i ' ( | IK- y i m , h e
oi'oii'jh is iissiunini: m l d e d i u i '
plll'l,
KlyiiiK rnln llmt BOCPH Into the »oul
o v e r h i s (lock r i t u v t i i n d y , 1
pOt'flilM •(.
(I C i ' l l I l T fill' p O S l U f l l ' l i v i l l l l o l l Anil fntiiln Hip circplnf IODIIMB nnd
Ihp RprlnK-hunnry «Pi)rl/i of «very
LuuKt k i i u \ u i Hinong h.!?
flold, Voii hour DID rnlnoong ot')il
port of H a r o l d > . Cullen,- chief
tho llro department, The hlghoi
•Inglo Inns wni $4,3DO, when a
tli|iii!H valued at Hint amount we
destroyodby fll'e In tho upholstoi
•hop of ffickhart W. Docher,
There nre more t n t i In tht ivorl
, than an/ other alngls creature.
Town and Farm
In Wartime
REMINDERS
MEATS, FA^S—Kea Stamps
k'5, Z5, und A2 through D2, Juno
Red Stamps K2 through 31
fune SO; Red Stamps K2 through
F2 July 31. Red Stamps Q2
through U2, August 31. '
PROCESSED FOODS— Bluo
itampB H2 through MZ June 2;
31ue Stamps N2 through S3 June
10; Blue Stumps T2 through X2
July SI; Blue Stamps Y2, 7,2, AI,
Bl, Cl, August 31.
SUGAB STAMPS—35 good June
j 36, August 31.
FUEL, Oil—Period 1, 2, 3, *, B
coupons, good for ten gallons per
unit, continue valid throughout
;he country for the rest of the.
leating year.
'
SHOES—Airplane stamp* No.
, 2, S In liopk Three continue
alld indeAnltely.
'
Clvlllaog at War.
The Government needs and asks
citizens in the 179th week of the
.r to: ._'
_ _ _••
1. Plan now to.spend^HemorTat
ay at home. Troop transfers, maerial shipments and the return of
luropean casualties make pleasure
avel more unwarranted than
^er.
2. Return to sea, if you are an
xpcrlenced seaman. Ships now beng launched must be manned to
arry increased Pacific shipments,
eturning wounded, and supplies to,
levastated countries.
3. Rent spare rooms to war
orkers and families of service
len. Register the ceiling rent with
!io OPAAC you live in a rent conrofaTea. ~~'
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.945 National Farm Safety~Wock
Announced.
The second annual National Farm
Safety Week will be observed this
•yem—from—July—22-to-J-uly—2i
U. S. Department of Agriculture anounced. Its purpose Is to focus
ttcntion on the need for carrying
n accident «nd lire prevention acivities In rural communltlea. In
943, the Department of Agrlculuro said, farm accidents killed
7,200 persons and injured 1,500,000.
)f those Injured, approjcimately 15,00 were crippled for life. The
onetary loss from these accidents
imounted to about one billion dolare. Farm fires last year cost the
ives of 3,500 farm people. More
han $90,000,000 in property was
iefitroyed. The majority of farm
.ceidents and fires can be preventd, said the Department of Agi-i:ulture, by a simple three-point
afeety program. (1) Learn to-recignlze the accident and flreftiazarda
m your farm in your fanf home;
2) Correct or remove alljThazards
hat you can; (3) Learn to'live and
vork safely with those hazards that
:annbt be immediately corrected or
emoved.
heating units per gallon. It 1B highly efficient In most burners, if they
are kept in good condition.
Sugar Called Mainstay of" Army
Combat Ration. Sugar is the mainstay of the
Army Combat Ration and of practically all Army Field Ration^ because of Its high concentration and
its-value as a quick energy food.
A typical "C" ration contains five
lumps of sugar for one rtienl. In
addition- io -the sugar- furnished
with a meal in a.Combat Ration
there may be five pieces of hard
candy. Sugar is also essential to'
preserving many foods for storage
in shipments overseas, includingpickles, preserved fruit, sugared
dates, and some meats.
VICTOR)
By Dr. Charles H. Connors, College
of Agriculture, Rutgers University.
^Thinning Plants.
Making two blades of grass grow
where one grew before is a sign of
good agricultural methods. But
beets and carrots and beans are not
grass. There is a limit to the num- •
ber of vegetable plants that can be
grown on an area of soit7~if they
aro to produce satisfactory crops,'.
Most gardeners sow many more
seeds than are actually needed. '
They do this because some of tha
needs will not gDrmlnatq, and produce plants, accid'ents or.dlseas*
may, kill a few before they are
Questions are those most fre- much advanced, or just becauge-of
quently asked this week of the plain haste or laziness. I once saw
man sowing beet seed who careTrenton' District of OPA. Answers
are olllclal rulings as of -Monday, fully aplaced one seed pod every
May 7. Readers may mail questions thiec-fourths of an inch. HU thinfor replies to District Olllce, OPA, ning problem was not so great a»
Trenton, N. J.
that of the gardener who strews
Q. I took my tires to be recapped them along the row.
If there are too many plants in**
and found different prices were being charged at different stations. Is a row, they are as bad as weeds.
Let
the carrot seedlings go unthere a ceiling price on the recapthinned and often two or three
ping of tires?
tr—There—arc—definite—eolling-jJPP
prices for recapping specific sized If bectfl are left unthlnnod, TK«
tires, depending on the grade of rootB Mil be small, they will press
Camelback. These prices should be together and be flattened, and
uniform with all stations rendering finally they will harden up and bethis service.
,1, '
come tough.
Q". I run a delicatessen. Must I
Thin Early. .
put prices on the cold cuts I disThe plants should be thinned beplay aa butchers who display fresh
foro they get large, best when two
meat are required to do?or three 'loaves.art formed. Consult
A. Yes. Any meat, fresh bj-piotho Manual for Now Jersey Home
.cessed, that is on display should be
Vegetable Gardenerg or a Victory
marked with the celling price for
Garden Manual for the recomthe particular cut.
;••
mended distance between plants In
t?
Q. I o\ h-.a tav.ern nnd recently
a. row. As soon as germination is
sent, to the local board a copy ol
completed, and "two orthreelcavea
Is this
all. that is required?
A. Yes, providing you have a list seedlings. Most will be >' thrown
of your liquor prices on file with- away. .The fellow who planted his
the board for the prices you beets three-fourths of an inch apart .
charged In April, 1943, when res- made two thinnings,- using the disearde'd plants for grecng and after
do'not have such a.list on file-,-a "the second tnmnint; tile plants wci*—~
supplemental list must be sent to thri'o Inches apart,
Tetta have shown that thinning
your local board listing your 1943
to the propcr.distance will produce
prices of all liquors served.- yields. Snapbeans
Q. I run a grocery store and my better crop
supplier charges.me over the whole- thinned to three inches yielded
sale celling price tor e^gs. Wha' more beans over a longer period
can I do about it without having than where the plants were "allowed
him refuse to supply me any long- to stand an inch apart.
er?
And Tomatoes, Too.
A. The local OPA ofllce Is supTomatoes unstaked should be
piled with forms to be used in inplanted .4 feet by 4 feet. Set them
stances of over-celling sales to recloser thanrfhis and if they make a
tailers. This may be filled out by
good growth you will have a Yangla
you and your case will be investigated by the OPA without your that i3 hard to cultivate and pick,
and no more tomatoes. So with
name being used.
other plants. •
Q. We own a place in the counSuccession Crops.
try about 65 miles from our home
and It Is about seven miles from
Keep the garden busy. About a j
the railroad station.
During the soon ;i« beans arc up and have a
summer we have gone there -regu- pair of leaves, H is time to sow
larly each week lo spend the week- anothnr rov.. Tho samo thing is
end, at which time we lot/k niter true of carrots and. beets.
our garden, which is a good part of
Insect*.
an acre. We raise vegetables, some
Kcc-p a sharp eye for aphlds and
of which are sold to a stoic in
town, some we sell to a boarding as .soon as a few-are seen, spray
house nearby and the balance we or dust with nicotine. Flea beetles
ind o.ur relatives can for the win- may he riddling the leaves of beets
ter. I would like to know why our anil may work on tomatoes as soon
war price and rationing board will as they are- set out. Keep after
-Ot give us the gasoline we need them with a dust of lime and calo travel there, since we arc doing cium arsvnutc. Use rotenone dust
vhat we consider worth-while work on cabbage and broccoli to kill the,
n raising food.
cabbage worms as soon as they
A. Under the present gasoline reg- hatch. Early control means lesslatlons your board cannot grant damage and fewer insecta later.
ou gasoline rations for this pur'OBO, as you are operating a comnerclal farm. The regulations state
hat your board must be,.satisfied
hat the 'applicant produces sub
itantlal-- amounts- -of— agricultural
roducts for commercial use. It
.•ould appear that your project is
primarily for raising produce that
used by. you and your family and
hat the work ta mostly done over
he week-end.
Price And Rationing
Questions & Answers
Motorists Warned Against Battery
"Dope" Vendors.
Reports of a widespread racket
n storage battery "accelerants"
lave caused alarm among War
Production Board officials interisted in the Conservation of autonoblle batteries now In use WPB
laid. The accounts indicate that
mttery "dope" vendors are doing a
iourlshlng business In some localties and that the fraud may spread
hroughout the country, WPB said.
So-called "dopes';.or "pepping up"
:ornpounds, according to an official
tho American "Association ~of
Sattery Manufacturers, usually con1st of epsom salts, sand, flour or
ome other white powder, which,
when added to battery electrolyte,
are definitely injurious nnd shorten
battery life. Regardless of claims
the contrary, ofllcials said, no
Q. I own a 50-horsepcwer plcnsmtlsfactory substitute has been irc boat. Where should I apply
'ound for electrolyte or proper mix- or my rations to operate the boat
ure of distilled water and sulphuric ind how much gasoline would I
icid. WPB re-emphasized the im- e allowed?
A. You should apply at tho board
portance of regular inspection, add,ng- water at short intervals, and :overing the area in which the boat
periodic recharging In order that s moored. You should be allowed
!ssential motor vehicles may be ;wo gallons per hbrsepower per
tept in operation during the war [uarter, but not to exceed a maxlnum of 24 gallons per quarter.
eriod.
Q. My apartment Is equipped with
refrigerator which Is' not workIVastc Vegetable Leaf Useful Ading and the landlord keeps telling
dition to Poultry Feed.
me
that he cannot get the parts it
Waste vegetable leaf meal Is an
ixcellent chick feed supplement, ac- nceda. Would this entitle me to a
cording to the U. S. Department of lecrease in rent?
Agriculture. Experiments to find
A. You could file an application
uses for the large tonnage of waste .vith the Rent Control Oftlcc for a
leaves in the production and pro- lecrease in rent. Contact your locessing of vegetable crops showed cal board for the address of the
that the, blade portions of the Rent Control Office covering your
leaves are high in protein, carotcln, area, who will advise you fully.
Q. I have a cow from which I get
carotene and rlboflavln, all of which
aro needed in poultry feed.. Inves- about a pound more of butter every
tigations cover work on the waste week than I need for home use. If
neighbor purchases this pound
ar-e—-hlgJi in
protein
urnips, carrots and
and lima bean !rom mo do I have to g«l points
rom him, and If so, what do I do
vines. Detailed results of this large
cale research are contained In with those points?
. fios or transfers of butter
mimeograph circular AIC-76, "Procensing Vegetable Wastes for High- made from cream or milk should bo
'roteln, Hlgh-Vltamln Leaf Meala." reported on Form R-1626. This form
The circular discusses methods of can bo obtained at your local war
processing, equipment required and prlco and rationing board. Ench
month this form should be filled In
coaU involved. Typical analyses
'and forwarded to the district OPA
and yields also are given. The cirifllce with the red points (12 points
cular may be had free on request
per pound).
to the Eastern Regional Research
Laboratory, Philadelphia, 18, Pennsylvania,
Heavier Fuel OH Culls lor Clean
Burners.
Noxt win tor's homo heating oil
will be of a slightly hoavlor gradB
than was available last winter, the
Petroleum Administration for War
said. Cleaning of oil furnaces and
burners during the next few months
1B mom nocessary than over because of tho effect wnr demands
have had on domestic grades of
fuel oil, Tho lighter fuel oil In common use prior to l(M2f PAW said
ha 8 gono to war. It la going Into
dleio) oil used for land, son, und
amphibious operations, and Into
tho manufacture of high octano
County Sells Bond
Issue of $335,000
Bought By N. Y. Bank
At One Percent Rate
TJie board of freeholders at a
special meeting last week sold to
the Rational Bronx bank of New
York city a $335,000 bond issuo at
an interest rate of 1%, plus a premium of $837.50. The bid was the lowest of 15 submitted to the board.
At 11:55 a. m., 85 minutes after
the bids were opened, a lower offer
was received from the First Boston
corporntlon of New York city, The
bid was for nine-tenths of 19c, plus
u $100 bonus. Howard W. Roberts"
ndviscd the board <lt could reject all
bids in and rsiulvcrtlso, or bar the
First Boston corporation bid on the
ground that it was not in the
board's hands at the stipulated
hour—11
o'clock.
He advised
against the first course, howeVcr,
pointing out that tho board would
have no assurance the First Boston
corporation linn would submit the
same figure on a second occasion,
particularly in view of changing
world conditions and, further, that
New Shoe Stamp
Valid August 1
A new shoe ration stamp will become, valid August 1, 1045, for ono
pair of shoeB per ration book holder
and Airplane stamps 1, 2 nnd 3,
now good, will continue to bo valid
Indefinitely, tho Trenton Olllco of
announced
Prlco Administration
today,
Validation of another shoo stamp
le bolng announced well In advance,
OPA said, so that tho ahoo trade
can malto merchandising planH, and
so that consumers mny budjrot their
remaining Btnmps to fit I heir own
families' needs now nnd
pianos, As a result of tho drain
Tho number of tho now Htnmp
oauaeil by" dlosol oil nnd nvlntlon lias nol yot boon selected but will
gasoline roqutromonui a large pro bo announced beforo August 1.
portion of tho oil now available foi
Tho longer Interval botwoon val
home heating Is tho "cracked oil' Idatlon ot otamps In nncoBonry, OPA
rpmnlnlng from tho manufacture ol said, because of tho extremely
aviation gasoline. This, while aome heavy" military iluumnd for ahoce
whm hiavlor thnn tho oil uaod nor- nnd severe iniondB on retail invanmnlly, PAW said, contain! morotorlos ot ration Bhoos,
the county's standing with bond
-m%ht-'' b e
course.
Tho First Boston bid would have
meant a saving to the county over
tho life of tho issue of more than
11,300.
The 15 bids received wore offered
3y 28 concerns, a number of them
|ulnlng to underwrlto tho Issue.
Edgar O. Murphy, chairman of
the 'board and Ita llnance director,
said after tho meeting tho bid was
the lowest- In tho county's history
nnd attested to Monmouth's sound
financial condition.
Sgt. James Brown
Home From Europe
Sgt. James E. Brown, non of
James M. Blown of Chnpol Hill, a
member of n ground crow in tho
Air Corps, Is homo on a 45-day furlough after having spont almost
three years oversells. Most of that
tlmo ho was In Italy and YugoslavIn. Ho-will report Juno 2 at his air
corps »anu In Cnllfornln.
Ono of hi* nrothorii has arrived
ovoi'HoaB and another la on hl» way
to thn Pndtlc area. Master Sgt.
Sg •
tho Floltl Artillery, has .arrived In
Germany. Ho wnn stationed at
rilnhmond, Virginia. Norman A.
Brown, giinnovV mute third dans,
won rumnmbor of tho armed guard
for three ynars nnd has been to
many oountrloi In Europo and Ajla.
thD AltMk-Uuy; War Dontot
«
Pago Seven.
BED BANK REGISTER, MAY 10, 1945
y this pension, plan since DeHendrlcks, Mrs. Allan Llndslay,
cember, 1943. "Every thinking
ANNOUNCEMENT..
.
Mrs.' Worden Grooms, Mrs. Edward
aerson
realizes what security and
Truex, MrB. Albert W. Worden, Mrs.
By
Robert
Spiwak
•
jeace
of
mind
mean
to
wage
earnIrving Doremus, Mra. Howfcrd Ken:rs, and our planning was motivated
Robert, 11-year-old aon of Mr.
nedy, MrB. Matthew Power, Mrs.
>y the belief that enlightened
Starting a NEW GROUP from R E p BANK AREA, will
and Mra. Bernard Spiwak of RumJames Haney, Mrs. Joseph Odenenroll a limited number of EOYS and GIRLS, 4% to 14 year*
anagement, today, should help
son, has written two poems, one
fcach, Mrs. Owen B. Gibson, Mrs.
from Red Bank, Little Silver, Fair. Haven, Rumson, Sea Srlght
o provide that security; and peace
on the death of President RooseRaymond Moore, Mrs. Gene Powand Monmouth Beach who wiah, to enjoy the following
f mind."
velt and the other on the war, sugers, Mrs. Edward Leddy, Mrs. Bruce
advantages:—
.
Benefit To Be Paid
Magee, Mrs, Albert P . ' Gagnebln,
Now Associated With gesting the puurchase of an extra
Children's Shop and
war bond at a means of shortening
% Pool Swimming daily at the exclusive WEST END
Mrs. F W. Dill, Mrs. W. B. Davlson,
"
CASINO Including Expert Swimming Instructions at no "extra cost
For Entirely By The
Mrs. S. D. Robertson, Mrs. H. A. The Rolston Waterbury the war.
Town and Country
Stevenson, Jr., *Mrs. Leon VanMaj. R. H. Bennett of Wilson
"Our Great Lost," 1( the title ol
% New Play Headquarters with.-spacious CLUB HOUSE
Company
Brunt, Mrs. Paul A Young, Mrs.
Agency of Red Bank
ivenue, Matawan, wag killed in ,acthe verses on the passing of the late
and PRIVATE BEACH. (Formerly Sale's Fifth Ave. Building,)
Give Fashion Show
Vlllls C- Conover, Mrs. William
lon. April 18 in Germany, according
President:
'g
Ocean Avenue, West End.
Vlrth, Mrs. H. J. Wolf, Mrs. W. A.
A pension plan for the employees o word received by hia wife from
oa th* ivantnt tt April
0 Expert leadership arid . supervision —19th SEASON.
More Ufan_200 persons attended bobbins, Mrs. Irving , Rink, Mrs. Edward J. Riley, 895 River road, It happened
he
War
department
He
had
been
twelfth,
of
Flagstaff
Foods,
paid
for
enOriginal and oldest Day Camp on the shore.
the card party and fashion show William H. King, Mrs. Frank -P. 'air Haven, has joined the sales
In nineteen forty-ftveV
overseas
since
May,
1943,
and
WAS
tirely
by
the
company,
and
bentree of the Waterbury real estate When our nstlonV a*r«at«st President
9 Starting July 2nd to August 24th—8 weeks.
given Friday night for the benefit •Cuhl, Mrs. Leroy Quackenbush.
efiting all employees with five years' attached to the 44th infantry dj<
of the welfare fund of the Mechanic Mrs G. E. Delatush, Mrs. Rlch- fflcM, 16 West Front' street, It was Had ceased to be alive.
% Children transported In private bus.
• '
consecutive service with the com- iaion as a member ofu the Allied
hnounced
this
.week
by
Rolston
It happened In Warn* Springi, Georgia,
street school Parent-Teacher asso- rd Warner, Mrs. Frank Warner,
For Information In above area, call '
pany, was announced before a mass Military Government
Vaterbury,
head
of
the
realty
firm.
He
was
having
hii
picture
painted,
.
ciation. In the school auditorium. Jr.,' Mrs. Stephena LeQuier, Mrs.
Mrs. Bennett and her three chilWhen he felt a throbbing in hii head meeting of the company's employFRANK WEJNHEIIWER.Tel. Red Bank 2101 (Evening.)
Clothes were shown by the Chil- Frank Dennis, Mrs. George NorAnd at threi-o<flve he fainted,
ees by I. Greenspan, treasurer of dren make their home with Mrs.
Directors:—John Cittadlno, Physical Director, Asbury Park HIrh School,
dren's Shop and Town and Country man, Mrs. Ralph Armltage, Mrs
Flagstaff Foods. Flagstaff is
Bennett's mother, Mrs. Thomas J.
Finally u four-th/rtr-flfe,
Harold H. Baynton, Mrs. Harold
A. "Boor*" Cltbdiito, Physical Director, Bound Brook High School
Shop,
prominent Eastern food distributor Kelly.
Stephen Early sadly laid, ,
Coddlngtonr Miss Jane Lafefri,
\merica hai lost its sfeatevt man.
Miss Jane E. Dlx was commentaserving communities In New JerFranklin D. Roosevelt li dead,
tor. Children who were models were Mrs. Harry Clayton, Mrs. George
eey and Eastern Pennsylvania.
1 hat news made our £ j i s with t i a n dim. Company headquarters are in Perth
Joan Morris, Diana Sanford, Judy Bray, Mrs Edward Fenton, Mrs.
Yet after ill, ha w n only human,
-Baynton, Ann Gagnebin, Judy Guzy, Harry O'Brien, Mrs. Joseph E. CarAmboy.
And how there la a euecesior to him, .
Ellna Marzulla, Steve Guzy, Mary roll, Mrs. William Mallard, MIsBes
Underwritten by the company
Harry S. Truman.
Applegate, Maxlne Inselbcrg, Jo Carolyn Hance, Gladys Soderholm,
the plan provides for a retirement
And fo an our voices are lifted la prayer.
Ann MacDonald, Roberta MacDon- ane White, Jennie^ Egan, Dorothy
Income
for employees who reach
And guardian ange)j hover.
ald, Christa Worden, Frances Ryan, Metzger, Helen Egan; Mary Egan,
We can well be iure that God la near. the age of 65 years with five or
k
;
- Alice Dix, Shirley Baynton, Peggy
Bringing peace to the world all over. more years of service. The retireMolnar, Corrlne Errickson, Patricia Kate Bucklln, Elisabeth Kelley,
Bob Splwak's other poem, written ment income will range between
Hotchkiss, Shirley Anderson, Gail Rose Hubbard, Beulah Brecken
n the hope that It might prove of 50 and 60 per cent of pre-retirement
Wilkins, Beverly Friedman and rldgc, Mary J. Garrison, Peggy Mcvalue In the Seventh War Loan Incomes, plus 25 per cent of monDonough, Barbara Dohe'rty and
• Marjorie Terhune.
thly earnings over $250, leas redrive follows:
tirement benefits provided by th
Other models were Mrs. Frank Emma Jane Lafetra.
You could hear the din of battle
Federal Social Security Act Th
Of bombs and shells and grenadei;
: J, Connelly, Mrs. B. L. Lorenzo,
And hear the machine guna rattle
plan further provides life ineurance
^MrB^ Paul R. Fielder, Mrs. Park
Aa they made their eonatant raids.
benefits of slightly more than 51,000
FELIX R. SANTAGELO, PROP.
92 Shrewsbury Ave.
Red Bank, N. J.
MasonTTC^rjohirBentley-nnd-MIss
for—eaehJ$10~of...jnonthly_lncome
Thlj-wajr-the-worst-of-timeertonghti
1
Ann Little. •
," ,.
This wes the rainy, season,
with
retirement
annuities
for
un. Attending were Mr. and Mrs.
And also to add to our handicap
JFrge Delivery, Phone 2214
Plenty of Parking Space
Worth F. Schantz, Mr. and Mrs,
Were the Jape, first for preacher/ and In«urab!e employees.
The Flagstaff Plan Is managed
treason.
•
~•
Michael H. Daly, Mr. and Mrs. H. Cornelius D. Bell, Jr., director ol
the
Mon'mouth
Clinical
laboratory,
by the Chase National Bank of
V. Snyder, Mr. and Mrs. Albert
EDWARD J, RILEY
When our boys hear the distant thnm of
New York. It will be administered
a mortar,
#tootboff, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ap- 157 Broad street, Red Bank, has
taken
options
on
additional
floo
t_think
ot
them
loving
and
fond;
through Flagstaff Foods by an adplegate, Mr. and Mrs. William MacMr.
Riley
has
b'ecri
a
resident
of
So,
jf
you
jvant
to
make
a
dreadful
war
visory-.:-committee consisting of
Gregor, Donald W. White. Mrs. P. space In the Zobel building, Broai northern Monmouth county for a
shorter, - - —-street
and
Harding
road,_.for
futuri
officers of the company and employB. Pctersen, Mrs. J. E: DeLanoy,
number of "years and is an out- Buy tliat eitra War Bond.
ees who are not officers.
Jr., Mrs. John Tilson, Mrs. Edw.ard expansion of the clinic.
standing, insurance man.
Although
the
laboratory
has
bee
"We have been working on the
Baynton, Mrs. Charles E. Hammell
We consider ourselves fortunate
THOUGHT
HE
WAS
HOME
FAIR TRADE—OPA CEILING PRICES ON ALL BRANDS
n
operation
only
since
the
lattei
blue-printa
of this plan for a numMrs. Oliver H. Stryker, -Mrs. Grace
in
having
been
able
to
add
Mr.
Rl
Rue. Mrs. Paul Gorman, Mrs. C. R.part of January its need in north ley to our staff," Mr. Waterbury A V-mail letter has reached The ber of years," Mr. Greenspan dera
Monmouth
county
haa
alread
Knoll, MM. Edith -Wolcott, Mrs. J,
said. "He is fully acquainted with Register office from Harry B. Har- clared. "Actually, a large number
R. King, Mrs. T. D. Moore, Mrs been proven, Mr. Bell said, and thai tha local realty picture, has hadrison, seaman first cla»», who is of our employees have been covered
plans &e, in progress^ for_adding
e^experience^—in-Wie—Insurance lnJheJSouth J»acjlfic. Seaman Haroffice" and laboratory Spe.ce.
rison, a former ~resla'entT*6fTtea'
ter,, Mrs. R B. Tlltou, Mrs. H. C.
The laboratory now occupies tw< field, and has a host of friends Bank, states -he la on a destroyer
throughout
Monriouth
county."
Barnard.
large roome on the second floor o
Mr. Riley started with the Water- and that his wife had The Register
Mrs. Edith McCormick. Mrs. Har- the building. One Is used as thi
sent to him, the first copy he reold K. Howard, Mrs. Albort Grau. testing laboratory and the other fo bury firm Monday.
ceived being dated March 1. • He
J!ciL..Mr8,_Fred Frlck. Mrs. Margare a reception room and office. Th
further-states:
'
Mrs. J optionB are on currently unoccuplec
Conover, Mrs. John Bpatty,
'I am telling you, Mr. Brown, as.
R. McCoach, Mrs. John Stryker, Jr rooms opposite the present labora
First Lieut. John William Lang, I read that paper I thought I was
Mrs.. Harry Klatsky, Mrs. Charle ton'.
home,
Really made me homesick.
son
of
Mr.
and
Mrs.
John
F.
Lang,
M. Erickscn, Mrs. Nrjrman F.
Shrewsbury avenue, is now station- But I sure did get a big kick out
Slckels, Mrs. Ralph B. Sickclsi, Mrs.
THOROUGHLY PLEASED
ed at the Air Forces Proving of it. Some boys on the ship are
Leonard Hammell, Mrs. Powell Bey
land, Mrs. Max Benowitz. Mrs. Alex Mrs. Grace E. Allaire of WeB Ground Command at Elgin Field, from different parts of Jersey eo
I passed it on. Am looking forward
Florida.
Rass, Mrs. Stanley Haviland, Mrs. Palm Beach, Florida, formerly
Recently, returning from overseas to the next issue. I have four ribCharles Allaire, Mrs. Edward Rath- Red Bank, is so thoroughly pleasei
Mra. Edward Warren, Mrs. with The Register that she sen service >vhere he completed 35 mis- bons to my credit, having seen duty
Lester H. Kennedy, Mrs. William her chock for-$5 for two years' re sions in a B-24, Lieut. Lang holds on the North Atlantic, North Afrithe Air Medal with five Oak Leaf ca, Italy and the Pacific, and have
G. Sherwood, Mrs. Ralph Davis, newal and states:
clusters and the European theater also seen real action."
Mrs. JamcB Patton, Mrs. Jame
"I really do not want to miss
Humphreys, Mrs. H. H. Fritsche. copy as it keeps me in touch with of operations ribbon with three battle stars.
Mrs. G. B. Crowd!, Mrs. Lewis the home folks."
Back the Attack—Buy War Bonds!
Edward J. Riley Two Poems Written Pension Plan For
bins Prominent
The Employees of
iealty Firm
Flagstaff Foods
More Than 200
Attend PTA
WelfareJJenefit
SEASHORE DAY CAMP
Killed In Action
LIQUOR STORE
Of Clinical Lab
We Carry a Complete Line of Imported and
Domestic Wines; Liquors arid Beer
washed
out
more to
es, yes, yes; you're next! 'Scuse please' for the
delay. Now that your two Axis cohorts in -crime have been properly
disposed of, America arid her'allies are really ready to give you the
attention you deserve. (We have not forgotten Pearl Harbor).
i
Our laundry workers are working hard to defeat
y o u . . . ' velly' hard. No, we're not grinding out bullets nor building
pknes..We ^^.-makirigit possible-for others to'do so,however,
their laundry for them.
.
When peace and freedom are finally won, we have
a strong hunch-that a. vast new army of married women warworkers
will return to their homes insisting upon continued ''freedom from
washday" in a happier and better post-war world.
To these ends we dedicate our all.
NEW JERSEY
"'Better Service for 'Better ''Days'?*1""*
'DRY
jCAUNDE1{rNG
SHAMPOOING
OJCRJIOIR BIIWINO CO., NiWAK 1, R J.
RED BAKK REGISTER, MAY 10, 1945
Face Eight.
Pood, of course, must be'well
seasoned to be worthy of
its piquancy
SIDNEY
SNOW lPtil 6e
to Afistcer Any
Questions on Food
Hot Off the Griddle
c
STUFFED FRANKFURTERS
ARE PLEASING VARIATION
N» one need be the slightest bit
concerned or worried over serving
frankfurters to her familyany time
dining the week, when they are
Copyright BY SIDNEX SNOW, 1936
dressed un and as tasty as these.
Poaching or even steaming fish On the contrary, they look like a
does not waste the juices as whon million, iind the family -will soon
VEGETABLES T O SERVE
ssteaming
a m i n g over hot water. The call for more.
ji
juices
flow'
f l ' out andd make
k a gravy
AS "EXTRAS"
STUF.FED
in which the fish may be served or
8 frankfurters
which may be used in making a
Marketing just- isn't much fun
fish sauce. Small whole lien, fil- 1 cup bread crumbs
these days.
At least not like it
lets or steaks may be pooched. Fil-1 I tablespoon minced onion
used to be when we could RO into
*
ITJS A NICE FEELING to know that you" have started the day lets may be cut In portions three j 1.teaspoon ijirltcd butter
the store, meet several friends and
spend a compuniable hour chatting
»
off right -for yourself and the members of your family, by to the pound or ,-icft in one*piece II t e a s p o o n s a l t •'. »
1
D
a
s
h
of
.pepper
as
desired.
Grease
a
baking
dish
I
and choosing what we want. We
serving them .something special that is very good and at the same
lioilintr water to moisten
or casserole and place fish in same.
still meet our friends, but find that
time very good for, them—bran cinnamon1 rolls!! They're quick
S slices bacon
Sprinkle with' salt, pepper and
the list we. make doesn't coincide ; and easy to nmke and are so good to cat and so easy to look at
lemon
juice
and
if
desired,
elicc:
Partly
split frankfurters longthw.ith what the murlict has en hand,
2 tablespoons orange juice
that you'll 1 feel like a profcssional0cook., '
Since not the sligheet spoonful of
of onion. Cover fish with milk and jwise. Combine bread crumbs, butso, fnstead of doinu a.great deal of
anything ia wasted these days, we 1 teaspoon grated orange rind
water, fish stock or fish stock and;tcr, onion, salt and pepper. Add
"chatting" .we set about-reconstruct3 tablespoons water
plan menus accordingly. We keep
BRAN CINNAMON ROLLS
white wine. Cover pan with greas- infilling water to moisten. Fill mlx- Dlsliwasliinij's no chore
ing our menu for dinner, building it
the left-over fats for example, that
Put all ingredients together ex- to suit what is available. Instead
erl "paper. . Put in moderate oven jture into 1 opening of frankfurter —whit 3 lia\j>'jhn i>I l~>}]' •
4 tablespoons shortening
'•)', nip milk
we can use and sell the rest to the cept the orange rind, in double of one vegetable, we'd bettor have
(350 F.) or simmer oh top of stove, land Wrap a strip of bacon around in your tHihpan. DIF—
:
:i tablespoons Jiuttcr
!i..<'U|i whdli' bran shreds
butcher. Among the fate we always boiler. Cook over hot water for two, and then something special for
allowing 5 to 10 minutes per pound leach. Broil until bacon Is crisp, tlie wonder (.leaner—w«/
1' i <'Uiis sifted flour
(j tublosponns brown sugar
save is any amount of chicken fat, about 10 minutes, beating constant-| a B a l a d a n d a t t h e s a m e t i m c „„,,.
according to size. Serve fish in its •• Serves 8.
a soap-dissolvys f;[ca5small or,large, as it has dozens of ly. Remove from fire, add the or-| l n R , h a t t be last few chops aren't
2!;. teaspoons halting powder
% teaspoon cinnumon '
own gravy or use the grayy to j Use strips of ehoese or wedges of -and food in a jiffy. Juit
•wonderful uses, one of them being ange rind and beat until of righkk,^ before our turn comos. Well,
make a sauce.
idill or .sweet pickin instead -of the rinse, and tIMics, «la«.
'/., ii'aspuon salt
Melted Buffer
an ingredient for a delicious apple consistency tq spread.
v/3rc dry spjrklinj; clean
i t w i l l b e £ u n n y a f c w v e a l s f,.om
:bread crumb mixture.
Pour milk over bran and let stand H minute6. Sift flour once,
sauce cake. Armed with this recipe
by themselves. Sjfc fur
The
remainingg egg
yolkfi
can n.QW a n d we,r(;- i:ihini, n right | n
Folding or hinged type garage j
.
Thesedtwo
t o
gg of
y ways
measure, add baking powder and salt, and sift again. Cut In shortiianjs [
and a. very special orange frosting
i
any
number
doors may sag from hangers or Many saucce keep well, so you And don't forget,
-- used in
—any number
, of ways—
- , our stride, and even friend husbund
ening. Add bran mixture and stir until soft dough is formed.- Add
to top it, we find ourselves with a be
over the
th
a s c e a s e a to grumble
1 tablespoon additional milk, if necessary. Turn out on slightly hinges. _Open the door and ham-I can sain time and work by making DIF is double-quick f'*r
couple of left-over egg yolks on one being in a good home-made hsmall
portion
of. meat—instead
mer a wooden wedge under the out-1 up a sizable quantity and storing laufuliyand houscilcan. '
dressing
|
t i t d he
h
hand, BO we either plan to make mayonnaise
Homed board and knead 30 seconds, or enough to shape. Roll %
MAYONNAISE DRESSING
makes you feel like a uueen for
side corner to lift to the desired the extra amount in your
i»Ki tool
something requjrtnsr two ccc yolks
inch (hick. Creajii together butter, brown, sugar and cinnamon;
having
found
meat
of
any
sort.
position. Then unscrew the dlslo- ator.
2
uncooked
egg
yolks
:
or we use them in one of several
spread
on
dough.
Roll
as
for
jelly
roll.
Cut
in
H
inch
slices.
Place
But
Retting
back
to
the
vegetable
cated
hanger or hinge, and refaston ,
z^~—_ * z—
—
ft teaspoon, salt
•^
different way—and this all startrolls, I'Ut-sklo 'iluwn. in greased faKxC-inch pan. Brush "lops'with
situation, there are days, too, when
in the correctly adjusted new posi't teaspoon pepper
ed with a half cup or so of chicken
Telephone Red Bank 2"20
. ' •••
that ' presents a problem-particumelted butter. Bake in hot oven (425 F.) 20 to 25 minutes. Bakes
tion.
U teaspoon paprika
fat that we wanted to put to good
larly
If
von
have,
been
serving
two
12
rolls.
'
\i teaspoon mustard
use—but so the story of menu plan3 tablespoons vinegar or lemon vegetables nightly.. There are those
THE PROSPECT HILL DAY SCHOOL
"Different" bouquet.s may be
ning goes.'
we call "old reliables"—ones .we
juice
made by putting vegetable coloring
Day and Kilucatlonul Training for Children 2 to S Years
serve and expect to.be served right
APPLE SAL'CE CAKE
2 cups salad oil
in the water. One can have delicate
MorninRs (ICxecpt Saturday) 8:1)0 to 11:30
pinlt or creamy yellow lilacs, "car•j cup.chicken fat
nations, epirea or any other which
1 cup sugar
The School Will Homnin Open Through the Summer
is
naturally
white.
The
amount
of
1't cups sifted flour
coloring" required depends on the
1 teaspoon baking powder
THE ETHEL MOUNT MOZAR SCHOOL of DANCING •
amount of water used. A little cx1 teaspoon cinnamon
ibea
.We." It is just that we aren't acjperimenting will bring pleasing re'i" teaspoon nutmeg -—
'" : Ihc mixture s u l b
Classic In all types of dancing for children n ' adults.
t
T
l
'
i
i
f
l
l
i
i
*
B
i
P
y
o
n
i
l
U
J
customedTlo 'scrviiiff llioni*. BriPyon
1 cup warm apple sauce
creamy. Should Ihe
y
Hj;riTAI. ,IUXK1 AT.SAINX .lA.MKS'-ACDlT-OUIUM — 1 teaspoon eoda
curdle, begin with a third use yolk, will find that von have been mis?-.
A simple hut Usiy sauce (iocs so |
H teaspoon orange extract
ndd a small quantity of oil t o the
Ib-glstriitlon A^ccplcd }(nwfur Scimmcr ('IIISSI'D
K leaky
y fuueet* iy eaay: S:i
CHOCOLATE NUT COOKIES much toward lending glar.u ui- to a '
• 1 cup raisins
egg, and then by very small quanI'rivatc li-ssons ill hullrnom dniicini; h\ apiin'-ilmcnt
dollars DV 11 X 1 LIU. h
them' l
meatless
u-ar-tinie
menu
-that
it
tities,
add
the.
curdled
dressing.
At
Cream the shortening and sugar
li
FOR PANTRY RAIDS
Prospect Hill, 117 Prospect Avenue, Red Bank
together; add the flour (which has times the dressing may be quite, Peel small,, silver-skinned onions
•
found and cook in boiling water for IS '" ' '
en left,, onlyy to befou
been sifted before measuring and firm when
h
h time
ti
t minutes. Diain. Put in a greased | Some how,'rookies that have been menu, it tan lie a pla
the
comes to
plain eieam ssink,
cellar
«•'
sifted again with the spices and curdled when
i n k | oor
l . udown
o w n i in
n the
the cellar. Second,
Crum the pantry after sauce, or a varied one, or it might open
h p
baking.* powder) alternately with use it. This third egg process will casserole. Add 1 tablespoon melted
antl let t:
the water
5 ,. °P e n tthe
faucet and
school aro just «t> much hotter thitri bo a Hollnndaisp. «auee to enhance
butter. 1 cup o] hot water and
the wajw apple sauce, in which the however, usually restore it.
wrap a cloth i
?!'
.
•
drain-out..
Third,
teaspoon salt, Cover tightly, and the same coukie . .served for lunch a vegetable dinner or lend additiori—•-_.soda—has.Jweii_dissbly«l: jidd __the_ __ JUSESJFOR EGC_YOLKS
,
1
,
larauml
round
the
cap
nut
to
to
' preverft '
it is :
flavoriiis and raieihe; wnicn.liaye -Poach In boiling water (Tntil Jai-tC bake—until—le.nd.eiL
™.'nfefljchjnj^ the_ finiati._hn .1 loosen
hot oven (400 F ) .
.Tit
(J6uTO1)t"tII~S;'im?'"iTatclTr''\\'eITr
been dredgell in flour. Bake in a cool
:
and force through a eieve as
„,! with'a wTencIT. ~Foui th,~rT-'•fiioTl?' tlur
! v<ui nvulf thcni^y/iui-self. yoii
loaf pan' in a moderate oven (350 garnish
BRAISED. CELERY
.screw at the bottom. Jf. th*1
for. salads, canapes, spinaiow it's tin- same batch; it is the a its preparation, '
F.) 45 minutes, or until done. Or ach, creamed
1
bunch
celery
?
screw doesn't turn, cut away the
fish
or
thick
soups.
-tiding that makes it so much bet.bake in layers and put together
WHITE
SAUCE
old washer with a knife and remove
Add to eggs when making oni2 peppeicons
f-r. Sci lor extra goodness and more
w-ith :
,
2 tablespoons margarine
screw with pliers. Fifth, apply a
lettes or scrambled eggs.
U' teaspoon salt
•xciU'ment. make voui' next batcil
»'
new washer "of the right size. -For •
—
<ld-to-w-bi te-sauee-or_f
Juice of ':• lemon
2 tablespoons flour
for
thickening
and
a
richer
flavor
[ten
c.ents you can get an ussort2 egg whites
t cup butter ort substitute
and color,
CHOCOLATC NUT COOKIES
Incnt to lit"any lam-el: l^p-iTn+hrr1 flip milk
V.i cups sugar
1 sweet red penper or pimento
'washers for rold water, nibbpi- for
Clean celery. Cut off leaves. Put
I hot water, fiber or composition on
~L cup su^.:r
A HOT PUDDING FOR A boiler. Add tapioca, M cup sugar, in a pan with seasonings, lenidu
either hot- or cold. " Sixth, put the
2
eggs,
unbeaten
Add
milk
gradually;
Stir
constantsalt, and remaining milk. Place over juice "and water. Cook Kently tor
2 squares, unsweetened chocoly to prevent lumping. Bring to faucet back, together again. And .
- also • rapidly boilinc water arid cook 10 30 minutes,
COOL EVENING
or
until
celery
is
tender.
i
late,
melted
the boiling point and let cook three it's just .as easy as It sounds.
to 12 minutes after water boils Add butter and heat until melted.
If
your
faucets
'
are
t
h
e
'
lever
'•j
teaspoon
vanilla
cxtiact
minutes.
With still a few remaining cool again, stirring frequently. Add the
with strips of. sweet red pep- •l'i cups sifted cake Hour
CHEESE SAUCE:' Add % cuplandlq, Fuller type, after turning off
evenings before hot weather sets vanilla. Turn Into greased baking Serve
1 teas.pnnn liaking .powder
grated American cheese.
, .he water,..unscrew .the entire' fauSprinkle with
macaroon per or pimento. Serves 4.
,ln, everyone will like another hot dish.
]
s teuspoo-: Halt
HORSERADISH SAUCE: Add 3i c tc )t -a a n d replace
the httle rubber
p
pudding—and one of tapioca, plus crumbs. Beat egg whites until
1
to
5
teaspoons
horseradish.
iball" washer
washer you
you will
will find
_
^..-^
"'
^"i
mitmeats.
chopped
Wall outlets into which plugs do I
teaspoons horseradish.
Rood macaroons. Is an unresistablc foamy throughout; add sugar, two
find at the
SOUBISSE
SAUCE:
Add";
r
e
a
1
l
n
0
email
tablespoons
at
a
time,
beating
after
not
fit
tightly,
are
dangerous.
They
j
Cieam
niiii
marine,
add
sugar
and
gy,
K
y
combination. >
'
°
'
fawet
body.
each addition until susar is blend- may cause n. fire hazard, and they e:cam until light and Huffy. Add hit of grated onion.
MACAROON MERINGUE
o[ faucet
leaksbycan
adjusted
simply
g usually
TOMATO-CHEESE SAUCE: Sub- beTop
ed. Then continue beating • until waste electricity through poor con- egsis. one at a time, beating mixture
TAPIOCA
mixture will stand in peaks. Pile tact. The only safe way to remedy well after etch addition. Add melt- stitute, tnmato juice for milk caijed the Cap nvit with a'wrench or pliers.
2 egjt yolks
lightly on pudding. Dot with bits this condition is to install a new ed chocolate antl vanilla extract. for in the recipe and add -a cupIf tjie thrend of tlio joint is loosi*,
1 cups milk
of jelly and bake in a moderate wall outlet—and while you're at it, Blend mi;;turp well. Combine and grated American cheese, ' i tea- a small bit of etiin^ wrapped
'.i cup quick-cooking tapioca
oven (350 F.) 15 minutes, or until you may want to put in a double
d;v
tl'.rep times. spoon mustard . and • 1 teaspoon around the Ia.st two turns will enVi cup sugar
able a water-tight fit, or a plastic
y
delicately browned. Serves 8.
outlet instead of the existing single; Add to the 'first mixture. Add nut- minced onion. •
My office of general contracting
% teaspoon salt
cement may be put onto the thread.
outlet. The new parts cost only
and ini:: well. Drop mixture
WHIPPED
HOLLANDAISE
1 teaspoon vanilla'
about 50 cents, and the only tool! from a ter.spoon o::to a cookie
business
is also located in hardware
SAUCE
8 macaroons, crumbled
Cut firm tomatoes in halves; sea- you need is a screwdriver,
..slice;. Bake ill a quick oven (-100 F.)
Use hot water for laundering
2 egg whites
2 egg yolks
son with salt, pepper and onion
j until done, approximately 10 minwhitecotton
'.curtains
and
lukestore
in
building'on
Fair Haven Koad,
4 tablespoons sugar
juice. Dot with butter or substitute
'i! cup margarine
;utps. Makes three dozen cookies.
painting, you will find
warm water for rayon or colored
Jelly, any flavor
and bake until lender. Top each p a p i , r p i op l a t c u s c ' f u l a s „ [ray f o l . I
'1 cup boiling water
L'lirtains. Uso enoueh mild soaan to
formerly occupied by Hob's Reality
tomato with two broiled mush- t h c p a i n t c i l n a n ( 1 a c o n v c n i n n t \
', teaspoon salt
Mix P2:i volns with
make a.n extra heavy suiLs. Two
Juice of !j lemon
suds may ho necessary if the curORANGE MARMALADE
Shop.
o
.
',; teaspqon pepper
tains are very Boiled. Rinse at
ROLLS
Beat yolks, and gradually add the least twice in lukewarm water.
margarine which has been creamed. Starch cotton curtains and to in21.: cujts milk
Add boiling water, lemon juice and sure even stiffening, put all the
•1 tablespoons butter or other
seasonings. Cook in top of double curtains into starch together.
boiler until thick. ' Beat with a roPROPHIETOn
tray o^g beater. Serve on hot vege- " When chicken U cooked for sal1 '.. ttaspuun.s .salt
tables.
] ads, U should be cooled in the water
2 yeast -cakes
i.in which it cooked.
'^ cup luiiowaini water
•> cutjs .silled Hour
-Melted butter
Orange marmalade
Scald milk, add butler or other
shut toning and stir until melted;
I stir in suiiar and salt. Cool. So/ten
i yeast in lukewarm water and add
Mo tile cooled mixture. Stir1 ic 2'«
! cups (if flour and mix well. Cuvcr
] and keep in a warm place to risu
labam -2 huursl. 'Add more flour
jto make a stiff dough,. kneading
well. Cover and let rise until double
j in bulk (about 2"hoursi. Roll out on
(loured board and cut with a biscuit cutter. Brush with melted
butter anil place 1 teaspoon of orange marmalade in center. Fold
each rull in half and'place on-a
well urease'd balcit?t: pan. Brush
top with butter. Lct^ stand in a
.warm place abont.^0,minutes. Bake
in a hot iiven ,<!20 F.) fur 20 minutes. Makes about 10 rolls.
QUICK DRV . EASY TO APPLY
FOR WALLS
Put slices of bread together with
CEILINGS
thin slices of American cheese. Dip
the sandwiches into a mixture of
WOODWORK
PEROAI.
one egg beaten witJi one half cup
of milk, slightly salted. Fry on a
greased griddle, turning to brown
both sides.
Left-Over Chicken Fat
Goes-Into A Delicious
A p p Ie Sauce Cake
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BY
SUSAN SNOW
Start The Day Off Right With Rolls
That Are Good And Good For You
ffesAes Ois/ies Ooadfe (?U/G6
how-at. your service for
Household Goods, Painters'
Supplies, Oils, Sseds and
Other Products
JAMES LABAU
SATIN FINISH
SATONE
. Knitted silk or rayon garments
need no ironing. Just ease into
shape and haniz over a smooth bar
or clothesline, away from direct
l-.i-at.
Monmouth Plumbing
Supply Co. .
163 W. FRONT S T R E E T
K E » BANK, N. J .
Use Beacon Finance Co. service when
you need $50 to $2D0 or more. Here employed men and women can 'obtain.^ a
personal loan without involving outsiders.
MOTHE
Sunday
' May
13
OCEANPORT AVENUE,
MKMHKIl
Payments arranged according to your income and your ability to repay.
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When a loan Is to your advantage, don't
hesitate t o borrow as much as you need
up to $300. The making of personal loans
is our full time business. Here you are not
MISS ANNA
asking a favor when you apply for a loan,
MAKCHANT
We will appreciate your business.
Charges are figured on thc unpaid balances
as reduced by pnynients--2 l .ii^-pci' month.
Example^ $1,10 -loan repaid in six equal
monthly installments, would cost less than $1.!i0 per month.. A
,5k) loan repaid In one month coct.i $1.00.
l;!-MuiUli 1 a> mi-ill l'liin
" Cash.Yiin (Set
Payment*
1
^ 0 7r>
1
lD.iift
1
20.75
on
Long Distance
Distance
III Ilchveeii I'll.V »ll> l.iians
(cist f •r 2 \\'<M
$25 Loan Costs'aa" cents
$rj(( Loan Costs d'3
810(1 l.min Costs ~ $1.25
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UKA(()N KiNANdK CO. SIOKVK'K IS I'ltOMI'T,
1'HIVATK AND l)l'(i»JI'll!I)
77 Broad Slroct,
TK'TII,K(iltAl'll 1III.IVI It
Short
iRed B^nk
(Over Nowlu'iTy's)
niuu'limim: , Dully, 9-t>;
sy
i
minutes.
Tel. 1472
NEW JERSEY BELL TELEPHONE
"ty,
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COMPANY
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RED BANK REGISTER, MAY 10, 1945
EGGPLANT BECOMES
MAIN DISH FOR AN
ALMOST MEATLESS MENU
•Your ham dinner might consist
t-r a slice, 1 instead- of a half ham,
i/ut it will IK; Bi-eully enjoyed by all.
While iirepaiinK this iJlic:o though,
K might be well to Ihink of tomori(i\v.' You ate wondering how a
f.lic'f o£ liam £un be made to do for
two days'.' It. itn't BO difficult really
when you plnii an almodt meatless
menu- jiibt icodive a half cup ot
.. -the ham, niim-cfl, to acid flavor to
;in eKKplant that will nicely do an
• ihe main ili.ili of another meal.
HAM A.".'IJ EGGPLANT
-''
i c;fffpl!inl
'
•
;j taljlfcjjuonri huttf;r of substitute
2 mbk-.-.pooii.s MI instil onion
• • I ' i . i - u p s diy lj!'i:ad crumljs
•i: cup niintmt hum
•'-. cup KKilutI ''heo:t
Salt •
lVpTlfir.
Remove :-:J:in aii'l fut (.-^yplant in
Ji.ij/ lujj.-thwl' 1 ; und wroojj out the
renter pulp, ("over >.hcll with cold
y.iiler. Chop pulp, fi'sson with salt,
pcpppi* anil union. Mi:; with crumbs,
1
ham siiirl l.iiM-.T. I>nnn shell and
^pi inklf1 ;n: i'.'e '.'.jfi: .-;ilt. Kill with
mi ••:!uif! ;in'l t-pi in kh> cheese on top.
I'lUcfi in n j^it-n.i (I Irikinjj di.sh and
li.'iki; in a modi'ia'c ovon about
'/ni'-half -'ibur. If it ^•'•IHK too dry
pill :i !:' !r- v. ali-r in the • b'ak'ing
SHRIMP WIGGLE IS A
GOOD MAN'S DISH
Wrsr ' l i n e him) '.ii^'f.s, i : t c , n e e d
n o t ["I'lt.-iil t h " m a l t : r h e f ' s u r g e to
i ' W i . -)!M<!!^1I j i ' i - i r i i ' t l tr> v i s u a l i z e
in:*!!/
111'!:
V-iii:y;MK
tht:msf;l
<,•.>•;• I!M- n u i i . i i V itf n n - a t
points,
(•Uv. a v ' : i l M ; l i ' U,r K n e l l Jir.d . s u c h a
i\:-h.
II.' r-m. h i j . v i ' V f i - r p i a i r t o p r i
p.i.'i. ; ' h - .'-'u'lil i v n i i c h l t ' i i v p e r — w i t h
I-:- v . ' : t l , . i ' r i n - f a v o r . - i . c ' - l i ' i f i n i ! d i s h
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n,;i::. Hi ii in l.nilinj,'. stirring con.-•••I'l'.lv r,i:d riii, 1 ,; f.-ji five m i n - u t e s .
A 'M - il 1 , ],:.;->.i. i, tabn-sco
sauce
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l i o i l i n i ' .
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p e a s .
s h e r r y
!ii'lls
or
o n
PEPPERS STUFFED WITH
TUNA SALAD
i-,'i;r : ; : • ! . ; ; . • '.: . - i n i n i c :
Umchcony
l i f l e l.« a f : r . : . >,:-h .-.a'.ail t h a t is
<!.. f '"!i • •
':s:n
!:;<> ;tr:i;al. a n d
aa
deli'" i' •:
•••: .' :.• ti:Jr• r e n t .
TI:.VA
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IX
J'EI'I'EH
prove it yourself these 4 different ways!
I )::):•
tiir.;-.
f.'ir. ' . : : V L - S i t n d
lad-h'.s
tn';i f.-'r'h.^
l < n " t hv.'i.4O.
Mix
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n . ; : • • • : • ':••••
i u;;.'t in'V.
chill
: i ; ' i : - r r: - . . i " . ' . -;-• f T - K M i K
a n d
serve
;•-• :i ; ' . . - I •••! . : ; • •;• : . c i ' i i c r »
d o n i
What are glamour girls made_of?,Sugar and spice, and .everything nice l.Audtnat's exactly
•.v'-.ifh
t l i - ..•!••
!,:uv: lu'Pn
i r m o v od.
l j : ; : > • ! • lii ; . ; . i - l . < - o n b " i i
of
let; ..; ,. ;,-.
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what glamour recipes are made of t . . . Of course, nowadays sugarJs hard to get... .but with
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spice and everything nice," you can serve^mealsthat are as rifczy as the Chefs Special, at
. - . • • : .
the'Astorbilt! Just glance at^thefourlrecipes I've workedout below. They,, take your fam-
SPICE STICKS
Kor
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r.:'-c
pi.-'iv
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f.niick.
ily's old favorites and they appetizejem— glamorise 'em-with the magical <jualitiesl;of
maki!
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FLAGSTAFF FOODSLUm-m,those;iwmfer/ur Flagstaff Foods-still rich in quality, still rich
1
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1
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urvitaminsrstill rich in the kind of flavor'that made Flagstaff famous'&acfc in peacetime!
Sif* r.i ;'• :•'''<! ^'i 1 .' t n i i c t h e r . cut
iv. >r.i>i• i :::M" -.v• i h - k n i v e s o r a
,,.',.jr.- ! . ' i - : ' i ' v i i i l
jnixture
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Colll
w a t . r :• ;••.'.• .!: n;>-; nl x t i m e , u n t l
duu:-h >• •". •' -;v. -i <'n'Hmh t o hold
ic.-i't:Ki.
f":'::!. "'.n:! i n t o rectiintrle
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n-fl ri.'ir: :>:'i|i. I-'."'l'l e r d r of d o u s h
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,., ' V i " ' v ' : " • n v i n
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rmCKSE STICKS
\':.. i r-'.M - ' ••'•;! chcr.-i- Instead
,,,-....,,.. .. .,.,,1 r>.iriini.M mixture.
f>!:.\N';:-:
2 CUH" -
r t stTfl wu
ST'CKS
T?c "!Mi:-e jiiii-p infteiul of water
und' r-f nnr iribl-'spoon crated
o r n n i " liiiil instead of cinnamon.
r1.'? Ftored in the brea
fy<.«h ,•!;• the day yD
WKJTE HOUSE
STORE
Groceries
and Delicateessen
rroil ('. Willlumsoii, I'rop.
~I f nill iiinl Vi^Ll.ililcrt, Wlnegnml 1.1<iuora
I'linncs
Atl. IliRlilnnds 418-171-406
Center Avr,,
Leonardo, N. ,1,
JOHNSON
. Giroceries, Fruits,
Vegetables and
Cold Cuts
1(1(18 Oociiii Avc, Si'n Brlcht
Til. Srii lliiuhl :;::i
Delivery
TGWORG'S
93 East River Road
Phone Rumson 579
\
jep the flag of
health flying with
flying with War Bonds
RED BANK REGISTER, MA^ 10, 1945
WHERE FAITH IS STRONG
MEN MASTER FEAR
There is one antidote for, fear—and only one
—and that is Faith. The solid Faith in God
with which the Pilgrim Fathers faced an unmapped wilderness. The Fahh of Washington
at Valley Forge. The Faith of Lincoln . . .
are limes when fear avails the
I-Var of llir unleashed evil forces that are
raining death and misery on half the peoples of
tin1 world, t e a r of a future that lies prey to all
tin- tiiiitlirt and suspicion in men's troubled
hrarl-."
*
* *
For there are trying times ahead of us . . . times
that will test our courage and our wisdom. We
must turn again to God and depend, on Him.
Where Faith is strong, men master fear.
There j a one thing all of us eaii do to stem
Nut only for ourselves do we feel I'eav . . .
lnil lor our children, for our loved ones, for
tlie m-lituliou- and traditions ol' a .country tliat
the tides of fear—restore our confidence and
faith—and that is, build our life on the foundations which made our country great.
Share with our fellow Americans the spiritual
strength and inspiration that alone can bring
true victory—and give a meaning to our future.
Go to Church this Sunday—and every Sunday.
TODAYyours is the proud responsibility. . .
"ufirelylng t» mninoftyottT-Chageh—giving-iLyflnr.tiiiir, ynnr inlr.rpfitj yniir finnnrial
This week, andevcry week, attend Church regularly with your family. Make-its-principles a part of your daily life; make its work your work. For now. more than ever, the
Churches of America—and your Church—have the task of ministering to a wnr.lorn
world, and you arc called upon to share in this task. •
.
i
• it.. fn»» ifrivinv to make oar community a finer and a better place in which to livet
Thii educational endeavor .. made pouible by the cooperation of the following public-minted citiie^ who are alwayi in the fore itnving to mane oor comm «7
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MR."ANI) Ml< MH'.M.VN HAUI
HOWAKU .1 HAM-1 V
W. DINSMuKI. B'iSKS
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HUWAKU U. DAVIS
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KUI;AR v. in.M.sn
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KENM.'IM HUri.l.
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FRANK I1UKKI.
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JOHN
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CIVIL M I M H I) I. I II/.I.N
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MRS. Ill - s l l . A ( A H R I T
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CITIZKN
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MONMOUTH
V. COI.
' EUWAIUJ II.
DOUGLAS I'..
ALLEN K.
HENRY CRObb
1I.II.J..,'II
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Mini n
C U MINT L. UKM'AUD
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RAYMOND W llll.l.AK, M. I>.
A KUM.iON RLSILll.VI1
GLN. W p W A R u h. IIOKDI.N
JOHN WHU.'VNW
MR. AM> MH.v A I.DWAKD lli
WILLIAM IIKAULI.V
COUNTY
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L i n n , ., Mini. I I I . W i n 1 ir.il
1 'KKDLHICK II. DOUGLAS
RICIIARIl II. DUANL
AMn.s I. u w i u u r
I Ri:i)i:iiltK DWIl.HT
IIKNKY R. DWUillT
linn in.ui Mm. irii 1'i'ili'iiitniii "I VMl'A'n
AARON I. LDWAUDS
THOMAS Ci. IA1AN
I'l.llOH J. LKMLI.i:
MONROi; IIISSI.K
(1, II. LI.DULDCl:
AUKAM I. I'.l.KUS
I Hl.ll, -J-AtV.l.rU
WILLIAM A. I'l.l.lHK
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MR. AND MRS, (i,,,l I HERIdl
.ii. T , l i d i s
MH, AND MUS. liUGtNIi CAKUIiLl-A '
C, MALCOLM HKOOKFIliLD OILMAN, M. D
j . IH:RKI;U;Y OOHDON, M. D.
Mi'hnil liliirliii, Miulhinu Suite llinpllnl
MR, AND MKS, TriOMAS CllLMOUtt
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FRED E. GREGG
P r o . l'"nlr Hnvrn Horn Club
WALTER E. GREEN
VICTOR E. GROSSINGI.R,
Chairman of l'ulk-r, MiiltlleUnvn 'ro\vn>hip
MISS LAURA HARDING
•C. CHEEVER HARDWICK
S. W. HAUSMAN. M. D.
J. LEWIS HAY
AMORY L. HAHKELL
t nmmmliivf, Mnmiminl Giutwilut Hru SrnilU,
Wi'iu. lU'iil"""! CIIIII,, liny SaiuH ul Amorlcn
HARRy L. IIEAV1LANI)
Prr-i.
lli'il
Hunk
Iliiiiril u [ K i h a u H i i l l
JAMES R. HENSLER
JOSEPH lr. HERRMANN
ERNEST F. HEYMAN, M. D.
F. LAWTON KINDLE, M. I).
MR. mid MRS. PORTER HOAGLAND
0 R. HOLTERS.'M. D.
l'rci.
Mixiinontli Cniinly
/
Mpilli'lil Hnclnty
HORACE K. HORNER
FRED HOUSMAN
W. STROTHER JONES
B. L. KATSIN
Knt»\n'". Inc.
HAIK KAVOOKJIAN
EDWARD M. KELLY
l'io». J. II. Kolly Cominny
CHARLES KOMAR
THOMAS O, K 0 P r M A N
Uutlon Hanoi', Matnwan
JOSEPH T. LAIRD, III.
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MR. ANtt MRS. CHARLES LEFKbWITZ
LESTER C. LEONARD
MAX LEON
PHILIP LEONARD
ALFRED L. L1CHTENSTE1N
PAUL T. L1NDHAHD
VICTOR UNDLAHR
LESTER C. LOVETT
Pros, iJivi'tt'i Nui«oiy, m e
DAVID H. MARX
A CIVIC-MINDED CITIZEN
WILLIAM MATTHEWS, M. D.
f'A'ntgrrrir
A.
MICHAEL S. JACOBS
DOUGLAS' A, JEROLAMON
Douulai KIccLrlo Comtiatiy
W... JOHNSON
Vlco PICK, KtnlllburE Nntlonnl Hunk
DAVID JONES
A . M . MINTON
WILLIAM M0NCR1EFF
Win. Monartqrt & Co.,
SEBASTIAN MORETTI
MANNY MORRIS
JOHN H. MOUNT, JR..
*., „ „ „ W.
••> McCARTER
••.rm^i?D
GEORGE
JOHN.M. McCAULEY
W. H. McCRACKEN
JOSEPH G. McCUE
EDWIN P. MdNTlRE
ROBERT S. McTAGUE, M. D.
THOMAS C. McVEY. D. D. S.
MR. and MRS, JOHN H. NEAF1E
CHARLES W. OGDEN
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ADALBERT AND ANGELICA OSTENDORFF
JAMES W. PARKER, M. D.
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Member ot tho ISouiil. Roil Bunk Y. M. C. A .
THEODORE D. PARSONS
FREDERICK D, P H I U P P
WILLIAM D. POTTS
LATHAM G. REED
NICHOLAS G. RUTGERS
MRS. W. D. RUTHRAUFF
VICTOR SATTER
Pro. Sutlor Lumliot Co,
DAVID A. SCHULTE
MR. «nd MRS. AARON SHATK1N
MR.' •"d MRS. CHESTON SIMMONS
WILLIAM T. SKIDWOR.5^,.
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FRANK SLOVENZ
FORREST S. SMITH
WARREN II. SMOCK
HENRY R. STADLER
DfCAMP STATLER
H, RICHARD STERN
CAPT.
y . R. H.
STOUT
CAPT. R.
P. ,V.
H STO
Ucx>. N. J. .TnxuayeiV Asi'n.
HOWARD G. STRAUS
PAUL R, STRYKER
JOHN W. SWANSON
CHARLES E. SWEENEY
ALBERT A. TEETER
JAMES L. T1LTON
HON..JOHN. E, TOOLAN
CIVIC-MINDED CITIZEN
WILLIAM W. VAUGHAN
RAY VAN HORN
HAROLD VAN TINE
LEWIS E. WARING
ROLSTON WATERDURY
KATHER1NE ELKUS WHITE
HENRY G. WICKHAM
1'nlr Haven Yacht Worki
HARRY S. WILLEY. M. D.
A. E. WILDE
Sfmotliry nnd Treasurer Vnspray Corp
HERBERT ELY WILLIAMS, I). I), S.
HARRY A. WILSON
FREDD." WtKOFT'
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MORRIS'J. WOODRING
FRANK VAN SYCKLE
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ROGER YOUNG
STUART A. YOUNQ
MAJOR JOHN ZANFT
KKD BANK REGISTER, MAY 10, 1945
REUPHOLSTERING
3-PC. SUITI COMPLETE • • • • An
Tour «kol« ct accgUouSr flu
ttbrlcjl complete ierrlc« lacludw
tekim.tn*
n n pie—
dlietr, witou
r
refit ood retlfd; Bi
• • • •
Irawd; Wtomi rent: s-w»r « « - 1 • tfiPCS?
Cuttom made Slip
Coctrt fittti U> ftmr
/urnlMr*.
ITEMS OF YESTERYEARS
FROM REGISTER FILES
Happenings of 50 and 25 Years' Ago Culled From
REGAL UPHOLSTERY SHOP
the News and Editorial Coiumns for Entertain-
5—Factory and Shmtroomt—
ment of Today's Readers
SM IROAD ST., NEWARK 2, N. J.
orroiitE WASHINGTON
rax.
f wine seemed to be a very popler occupation in the village and
t was common to see men, women
und children gathering dandelion»
o make into thirst-quenching
rinks.
Arthur Glasa, John Glass, David
ichnoor, Alfred E. Langford, Earl
i'innegan, Charles Fort and John
^anderbilf were initiated as memere of Cable lodge of Odd Fellows
>t"Belford,
Mr». Raymond Brown or Eatonown started to get on a trolley
ar when the car started.' Mrs.
Brown loat he:- balance and fell.
She was bruised and cut and hafl
since been confined to the house.
Mra. Frances Webber, who was
65 years old, was the champion pc'ato cutter of ,Holrndel. In one day
she cut enough potatoes for planting for Heftry Cross to fill 17 ',4
barrels. This was the largest cuting made-in a single day that year
by any Holmdcler.
MHCIMU
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PUBLIC SALE
Air Medal For
Ckpt. J. B. Boyd
Red Bank Flier In
Philippine Islands
For meritorious achievement
while participating in aerial flight,
Capt. John B. Boyd was awarded
the Air medal by Brig. Gen. Jarred
V. Crabb, commanding general of
the Fifth Air Force Bomber command in the Philippine Islands. He
is the husband of Mrs. Patricia
Boyd who lives with their sixmonths-old daughter at Asbury
Park, and son of Mrs. Edna P.
Boyd of 6T Front street, Red Bank.
A flight leader in his squadron,
Capt Boyd pilots an Air Apaches
B-2S strafer-bomber in the 345th
Bombardment group. Overseas 11
months, he has flown over 40 missions and has logged nearly 300
combat houra. He is.a 1837 graduate of Red Bank high sihool and
was employed by the Thomas Proctor company of Long Branch beentering the army In February
Mra, Geraldine L. Thompson, fore
president of the Monmouth County of 1941.
Organization for Social Service,' erftertained members of the advisory
council of th.e organization at the
annual meeting Saturday at her
home at Brookdale farm, Lincroft.
Attending were Dr. .and MrB. C. Mrs. Violet Anderson and Mrg.
E. A. Winslow of New Haven, Con- Ella Woolley were in charge of the,
necticut; Misa Gertrude McLaugh- installation of officers of the Ocean
lan, Trenton; Miss Lillian Hudson and Monmouth Deputies associaand Bailey Burritt, New York city; tion, Sons and Daughters of LiberDr. Granville Jqnes, Dr. Robert ty, recently at Long Branch. Mrs.
Nichols, Dr. William ...a Herrman, Anderson is a past president of the
Dr. J. Berkley Gordon, Dr. Emil association.
Frankel, Dr._ George Stevenson, Dr. New officers are Mrs. Edith Lew. J. Guthrie, Mrs. George
g M. Bod- ie, president; Mrs. Maude Dennis,
man7 Mrs. Leon Cubberly, Mrs. associate president;' Mrs. Susan
Harden L. Crawford,, Mrs.- Harryy Sherman, vice president; Mrs. ElH. Neuberger, M
Mrs. Samuel
Riker, len Potter, chaplain; Mrs. Myra
S
Jr., Mrs. Allison Stern, Mra. George Fox, secretary; Miss Anna Wake,
Dwight, Mrs. Arthur J. White, Miss- treasurer; Mrs. Anna Aumack,
es'Evelyn T. Walker, Amelia Grant, j guide; Mrs. Barbara Heyer, guard;
Winona Darrah, Elsie Kocher. Har- Mrs.Edna
Florence Knight, pianist; Mre.
Tlet^B;-CJoDkrLyaia"Bla8er,"DorothyT M r e~ Bl!OWn - Ml ' ai •- Annie, Duriea_
M: Rogers, Rabbi Arthur H. Her- ^ d
- Florence Ivlns, trustees.
shon, Raymond Eisner, Morton L. |
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Newhall and John L. Montgomery. Back the Attack—Buy War Bonds!
chitect; F. A. Heisley, law ofiice,
Fllty Year* Ago. .
The election at Eatontown to- de- and the Journal newspaper olilce.
James G. Taylor and Charles Alcide whether or not a license fe'of $2,000 should be charged here- len -were elected deacons of the'
Middletown
Baptist church. Mr.
after to hotel'keepers was defeated
by a decisive vote. The majority Allen wa& also treasurer and James
against the measure was 134. This P.- Hopping wan cierk. The trusHaving sold our warehouse building at- 701 V street, Belmar, N. J., was the first election in Monmouth tees were Mr. .Taylor, Mr.. Allen,
Warren Conklln, Joseph Frost, Capand giving possession on Hay 15th, we will sell at public Suction un- county under the Werts liquor law. tain George A. Bowne, Charles H.
A number of trees were planted
restricted and without reserve, all of the contents on the premises at: on Arbor day by the scholars of the Morford andjacob Wyckoff.
Hillside public school at the Pha- John B. Swan was appointed to.
701 F STREET, BELMAR, N. J.
lanx. A piogiam of poems and.rec- take the school census in the Atitations, was given under the direc- lantic Highlands district.
between Seventh and Eighth Avenues '
tion of the teacher Mrs. Ella F. Eight new members were taken
Kichdale. The pupils who took part into the Monmouth' Boat club, makwere Giacc Pope. Forman Sutphin, ing 68 in all. They were Barney
Irene Hayes, Willie Hancock7~Alir Reilly.T --Hairy D. -Paine, -M. M,
nle Cross, Daniel McDonough, An- Davidson, Robert W. Hance, Thomnie Sa!en_ Vernon Grant, Fred Pol- as S. Field, Leon de la Reussille,
at 1:30 P. M. Sharp
hemus, J. C, Richdale, Jr., John Jacob Degenring and Samuel Coggins.
Household goods, furnishings, etc., consisting of: dining room sets, Salen and Nellie Sutphin.
Miss Eva A, Price, daughter of
living room sets, breakfast sets, bedropm aetB, secretaries, ruga The grand jurors for the May
term of court were C. Asa Francis, Lewie Price of Oceanport, and Wil(domestic and Oriental), mirrors, occasional chairs, end tables, library Edward C. Burtt, Nicholas Wai!, liam Hay ward, Jr., the trainer.
tables, studlp beds, hollywood beds; 100 Iron beds (Bingle and double), William D. Perrine, J; Dey Con-1 were married at the house of the
15 trunks, deske, books, screens, radios, 12 sets doors (iron fireproof), over, Jametf T. Burtis, D. AbeJ groom at Oceanport by Kev. M. L.
steam heating plant with fittings, extension tables, antique tables, Statesir, George W. Patterson, Ed- Ferris of Eatontown.
Chinese teakwood table's and chairs, 150 table cloths, 600 napkins, ward HuLshart, William Carson, A local branch' of the State MuThomas H: Roberts, Thoma Ma- tual Building and Loan association
marble top tables, 40O bed springs (coil and band), double-thrco son, . Sr, . John A. Worthlcy,s Sr., was organized at Little Sjlver, John
quarter and single, china (Wedgewood), 25 boxes dishes, linena, Jacob C. Shutts, Henry Chamber- T. Lovett wag president, J. E. Hartowete, sheets, sofas, office chairs, vlctroias, drapes, curtains, electric i lain, T. Forman Taylor, Benjamin vey secretary and F. B. King treas,
ranges, gas ranges, floor lampB, tahle lamps, upright piano, baby grand F. Tilton, Lewis Ranear, John irer.
Samuel Ludlow, Wil- Mra. Louise Watkins died at the
piano, Bheet rock, 50 sheetB 4' x 9', porch furniture, lawn furniture, Drummorid,
liam L. Tilton, Edward Bowne and home of. her sister, -lire. Charles
andiron^, glider, hot "'ater heater (Rudd), balber shop chair and D. If. Maxon.
Duncan on Washington street. She
fixtures, restaurant and hotel equipment, 40 boxes of miscellaneous At Ins annual meeting of the li- was 31 years old and was the wife
lots, drcasors, bureaus, vanities, dressing tables, mattresses (Simmons) brary company, Mrs. W. W. Con- of John Watkins. Death
caused by heart disease.
! i d
twin "bedroom" sets, drop, leaf~fiilJRB;~6niBe"~5ijnIp'ment-and -many-otherJohn Bergen vice president, Miss"
items too numerous to mention.:
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Sally Little secretary, Mrs. William
Twenty-Five Year* AaTo.
All items must be removed from, the building within three.days Corlieg treasurer and Mrs. Williant
Tho Stoffel building on the west
A. French, ..Mrs. Harry Finch, Mrs.
from date of sale.
J. A.-Worthley, Mrs. H. M. Nevius, side ol Broad street, formerly ocInspection, Thursday, May 10th, 10 A. M. to S V. M. ', *
Mra. Samue[ Cullington, Mrs. J. T. cupied by George A. Moody'a harTerms—CASH.
IJfiTrrowefi and Mrs7~Jennings mem-" -ne«s—shop-—wae—being-.made-..iato_
two stores. One of the stores, was'
bers of the board of directors.
ASBURY PARK-BELMAR STORAGE CO.
The board of education met at to be occupied by George Noglows
and
Nicholas Havaranis as a hat
tho Mechanic street school and re•B. G. COATS, Auctioneer
FRANK WOOLUKY, Clerk engaged Richard Case as principal manufacturing, hat cleaning estabTel. Long Branch 3599
C. A. BUBK. Cashier of the school at J1.500 and W. B, lishment and shoe shine parlor. The
Hoencmann principal of the Oak- other was to be a confectionery
land street school at $800. Other3 store for Peter Noglows.
John Nicholson, a Middletown
re-engaged at Mechanic street were
Come in for FREE EXAMINATION for
Miss Cora G. Smith, vice principai, colored man, bought the Abble T.
•Crowe
homestead at Red Hill. The
$650; Misses Anna L. Co!e, English
literature, and Jessie M. Ackerman, house had 14 rooms and was forseventh grade, $600, Miss Mary L: merly used as a home for sick chilW,arren, sixth grade, $500, and dren. The new owner was to use it
Misses Grace E. Warner, fourth ag a boarding house.
Mrs. Elizabeth Longstreet, the
gra.de; Clara B. Child, third grade;
Florence II. Gladden, second grade, oldest resident of Rumson, reached
and Lorinda Case, first grade, $4Eo'. her 95th birthday and a. reception
At the Oakland street school those was held for her. A feature of the
re-engaged were Misses Caroline D. party was a birthday cake surIvins,
third grade, and Sadie mounted by 96 candles.- It was
HEALED BY MODERN O f FICE TREATMENT
Sickles, first and second grades, at made by Mrs. Phineas M. Smith of
$450. At the Shrewsbury avenue Rumson/who had made a cake for
NO SURGERY, NO PAIN, NO LOSS OF WORK
This modern method of treatment recognized by MEMBERS OF THE
school Miss Winifred Fitch was re- Mrs. Longstreet the past eigh
MEDICAL PROFESSION docs *way with th« n*cea*tty of Uonktml
engaged at $500 and Miss Caroline years.
•urficry and Jou of time from work. RJdj one of constantly wearing •
The eleventh grade of the Red
W. Brinley at $400.
truM, clears the untlfthtly appearance of the lefts. Nervousncw.
tired new, pain, bleed In ft, ttchlnj and protnulons caused by rectal
A flre broke out in the building Bank high school gave its annuaj
dl*ordcrt of hernia Of VHTICOM wcliu, mad ulcers rapidly disappear.
Careful examination must be made before accepted for treatment.
known aa the Dolby block at At- reception and dance to the gradu
EASr BUDGET PAYMENTS
lantic Highlands, causing a loss of ating class. Walter Morris was
about
$3,500. The building was oc- chairman of the reception commit
OFFICE HOURS
cupied by Antonides and Cooper as tee, Louis Conover chairman of the
Dtlly 1(M, 6-8 P. M.
a drug store, Falkenburg and decorating committee and Edward
SundayIt A. M. to 11 Noon
Brown as a stove store, Montevedio Brasch chairman of the refresnW7 Market St., Nnrark
Phone MI 2-frM7
Closed Thund»r
as a fruit store and Max Stein as a ment committee.'
Otdway Bid.., Room M» ,
The annual reception and "showdry goods store, The second floor
CdllorWrtttJotWr—tamphUt
wag occupied by T. J. Emery, ar- er" of the Red Bank auxiliary of
the Spring Lake hospital was held
at Mra. George O. Hendrickson'6
on Vista place. About 125 persons
were present and 350 articles were
received. An entertainment was
given, those taking part being
Misses Mildred Thomas,' Marion
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Mount and Grace Child, Mrs. J. Lee
Enright, Mrs. Matthew W. Greig,
Mrs. Harry S. Schenck and Mra.
William M. Robertson.
Benno Lowenthal was Red
Bank's newest business man. He
opened a store at the corner of Lindon place and Washington street.
iHlMG'-4 '
SlO«
His business differed from that ot
most merchants in that his products were not bought from manufacturers but from Red Bankers,
who did sewing at home. He had
nine persons working for him.
Plans and specifications prepared
by Engineer George K. Allen for
the improvement of Broad street at
Red Bank were approved by the
freeholders. The county was to
contribute ?60,000 toward the improvement.
A petitioa signed by every Red
Bank school teacher, 70 In all, asking that Edwin P. Gilland be engaged as supervising principal of
4>"
the schools wa 3 presented to thb-|
board of education. Mr. Gi'.land
was principal of the high school
and had been identified with the
Red Bank schools seven years.
Paul R. Radcliffe turned in his resignation as supervising principal.
Ansei, Holmes, a colored boy of
•Bfiagl! avivmy,—Rr*t—Btnrl^—diccV
from Injuries which he had received
a few hours earlier when he was
struck by a train. He did not see
the train and jumped in front of It
at the Beech street crossing,
Joseph R. Hyers of Belford was
married to Mrs. Sarah Havens of
Bradley Bench.
Their choice is Tilo-for real economy and allMiss Ardena M. Liming, daughter
around satisfaction. Here's why—
of Mrs. Millie Liming of Highlands,
and John F. Donnelly of Now York
Because Tilo specializes in roofing: and insulating
were married at Atlantio High,
aidewalla, this company is equipped to handle
lands. Miss Dorothy Sampson of
Atlantio Highlands and Leon Limsuch jobs on any size or type of building. And
ing of Highlands, a brother of tho
materials are sure to be top,quality—direct from
brido, attended the couple.
Misa Norma Hartsgrove, daughTilo'a factory to give you the latest improvements.
ter of Orsomus Hartsgrove of High1 . MANUFACTURES—Hu l u own modern
Applicationa, by Tilo-trained mechanics,give you
factory; brings you the latest Improvements.
lands, and Emai'.ucl Foldman of
2 . A P P L I E S - 0 n l y Tllo-tralned mechanics
patented features that no one but Tilo can offer.
Brooklyn werc'mnrrlod at Atlnntio
do Tilo Jobs.
Highlands by Rov. J. H. Conn.
This makes for longer service — lowest upkeep
3 . ARRANGES PAYMENTS -Convenient
Rov. Daniel P. Doylo of Colt's
budget plan, no money down, no red tape.
costs —so owners find that Tilo improvements
4,aUARAN1EES-Malcrljli»ndworkm»nNock appointed John H. Lefferson
ship backed by the big, financially responpay for themselves.
and
George S. P. Hunt to make tho
sible Tilo Company.
annual cnnvuaa for tho .nnunclal
Phone or write today. TILO ROOFING CO.; INC.
budget of Atlantic cemetery.
Howard Walling of Hazlet was
RED BANK
.
5 W. Bergin Place .
Red Bank 996
erecting n flvo-rooni bungalow on
hl|) property which he had recently
ELIZABETH > 87 W. Grand St.
. Elizabeth 2-0300
bought. Edwin P. Ponotix was doIng tho mason work and Lcstor V.
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HACKENSACK . 310 Railroad Ave. . Hackemack 2-3833
Tho Daughters of Liberty of Helford domed $30 by an enUirUInPATERSON . 247 Union Boulevard . Sherwood 2-13S2
mom and danco. Tho cntoitninmont feature was In charge of Mrs,
Lottlo Branson,
Bclfurd was hnvlng fi "run" on
dandelion wine, Making this, kind
nnf
Page Eleven.
MCOSS Board Ha$
Dinner Meeting
FRDAY-and SATURDAY
MAY 11th and 12th
Pus & RUPTURE
Deputy Group
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Has Installation
"Say It
with
Flowers"
Sunday .'
May 13
flowers
speak a language all their own
Their perfection of beauty and color,
their sweet fragrance, express unbounded love for your Mother. She'll
love to get them from you. Whether
it's a small nosegay or large bouquet,
order flowers today!
Phone Red Bank 2571
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RED BANK
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OWNERS
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$2.50 TO
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$13.50
Easter. Tor it was her very a w n . . . •
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OTHER TOILETRIES III THE SAME REVAl FittGRMIS
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Fine face
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$|69
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regularly $l)a(j* each
Now 6 9 c
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RED BANK REGISTER, MAY 10, 1945
Page Twelve.
DAY
ICE CREAM
TRIBUTE TO THE MOlHtKS
OF
Momnouth Clinical Laboratory
ROOM 28
ZOBEL BUILDING
Elwood VanBrackle retired Saturday as ticket agent at the Matawan railroad station after 56 years'
railroad service, 52 of which were
spent at the%tatawan depot. B.
F. Dickerson, superintendent of the
road, eent the following- letter to
UT-t VanBrackle;
,
"In checking your record, I find
you entered the employ of the New
York and Long Branch railroad
April 1, 1889, as assistant agent at
Hazlet and then transferred to the
Central railroad as agent at Keyport on April 3, 1891, returning to
the New York and , Lon£ Branch
railroad April 1, 1893, and you'have
been in continuous service since
that time, with a clear record.
There are not many employees today who have a record so absolutely clear. We appreciate the service
you have rendered and hope you
may enjoy many years, of retirement."
iJlOTABY OFFICERS.
Ne»lj--elected officers of the Freehold Rotary club ale Dr. H. B. Duncan, president; Arthur E. Ellor, vice
president; Ncal Munch, secretary,
and Frank Arnold treasurer.
|57 BROAD STREET, RED BANK
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Agent Retires
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one that should
brine you pleasure and service for years
to come. ' Now, like all other consumer
goods, if given the proper care, it will' respond according to the way you treat it.
On the other hand, if you are careless, ycyir
coat will wear out, perhaps years before it
ordinarily would. The best form of insurance for the longer, life of your coat is
cold storage.
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Participants In Bakery Owner*'
Group Formed
Highlands Revue, An- organization meeting of the
New Jersey Bakery Owners
association was held Wednesday of
Minstrels Dined Central
last week in the offices of Harry
Legion Post W^ll
Organize Group For
Musical In Fall
Roman, accountant auditor; at Aebury Park. Bakery owners attended from Asbury Park, Long Branch,
Freehold and Lakewood.
Temporary officers are Paul Dienstag of Asbury Park, and Barney
Gertner of Lakewood, co-chairmen
and Mr. Roman, temporary executive, secretary. A membership meeting will.be held in. the near future
with Mr. Dienatag, Irving Cuttenplan of Long Branch and Samuel
Hutter of Asbury Park in charge.
Permanent officers will be elected
at the membership meeting.
Members,of the cast in the recent
Highlands minstrel show and all
others who helped make the event
such a big success we're tendered a
dinner Saturday night in Cedar inn
by Twinlight post, American Legion, in appreciation of their work
and co-operation.
Mr. and Mrs. William Turnier,
who produced and directed the
show, were, guests of honor. Close
to 100 others, including . relatives
and friends of eevcral participants
in the show and revue,-were present.
Capt. Lester I. Wheeler, post comRed Cross to Enlarge
mander, opened the affair with a
salute to the advancement of the
Present
Program
colors. Mrs. Edna Parker sang
"God Bless America," the entire assemblage joining in the chorus. The
Plans to enlarge the first aid, waguests of honor were introduced af- ter..safety and accident prevention
ter which Mr. .Turnier took over program of the county Red Cross
as_nmster .of ceremonies. He»_ex- chapter are now under way, accordprcssed his appreciation and con- ing to Howard Rowland, chapter
gratulations to the members of the chairman of life-saving and water
cast for their fine performance and safety. Last week Mr. Rowland disMrs. Reila Kelly received hearty cussed the enlargement of the prothanks and praise for her aid as gram with Mac Murdo, Red Cross
piano accompanist at all the re- special representative in this field.
hearsals and the performance.
To combat the shortage of trained
Mr. Turnier informed the grohp experienced life-guards at county
of plans for the-organization of an beaches the chapter has offered a
Anicrican Legion musical club definite program which teaches the
which would meet once a month or fundamental skills of swimming
nftener to prepare for a musical and water safety! Courses to be of-how to be staged in the fall.
fered along this line will tic for beAfter the fine broiled chicken' ginners and junior and senior life;_dinner the floor wasv cleared for saving instructors. The county Red
dancing^
DurttVE~" ~intennWslon- t ; r pa !* fW l a r
scin'e of the acts of the recent show
were put on as entertainment fea- ship to any outstanding pupil taklures. Mrs. Turnier, interlocutor of ing one of these courses, and this
the minstrels; rendered a solo; will enable the winning pupil to beJlBjjd"_CarnpbeIl,_a natural in" any come a water safety, instructor.
M a l dj 5 di . .t a . iJ i _ J
minstrel show, ~sarig"an9 danc'edT structors
to qualify for this work
Joe Thompson, Mrs. Edna Parker,
are
badly "needed, and it is necesJane Phillips, Lois Malleson; the
sary
for
thim
to take the senior
six end men, the Floradora girls
land dancing girls also entertained. course of instruction. Classes are
' Mrs. Isabella Rodriguez was the being held at the Asbury Park
winner of the "dark horse" prize. natatorium and at the Asbury Park
"Y" swimming pool. Further in.
formation for any of these Red
MUST PAY $14 A WEEK
Cross life-saving and water-saving
Lester H. Johnson, 39, of Main courses may be had by writing to
street, Belford, was ordered by the county Red Cross chapter head-i
Judge J. Edward Knight at Free- quarters at Shrewsbury, where full
hold last week to pay $14 a week details will be given.
for the support of his four minor
children. He was also placed on
I probation for five years and given lot&ry Cogs .
a suspended sentence of one year in A motion picture cntctlcrf "Keep
prison. Edward.^arry, Jr., Key- Era Rolling" was ehown the club
povt, Johnsons*'counsel, asked that last
week. This picture developed
leniency be shown the defendant
importance of rubber in the napointing out that he holds a medi- ;he
ion's war effort today and indicatcal discharge from the army but :d
what should be done to give
Judge
Knight's
pre-sentence
investroper care of our tirce. The pic1
igation disclosed that Johnson has ture
was obtained by Program
I been in similar trouble on two other Chairman
Elmer Hesse and shown
' occasions.
Jack Levin.
The children live with their >yRonald
Allen and Harry A.
] mother on Green avenue, New Mon- Isaacs, Jr.,W.were
designated as comouth.
chairmen for Rotary of the seventh
ivar loan drive and will plan the
SAILOR PROMOTED
:anvass of the club members.
Charles B. Gallagher reported the
William T. Koch, son of Mr. and
-Mrs. Theodore J. Koch of Rumson lale of share books for the Lions
:lub
in connection with their effort
I road. Little Silver, formerly of Red
'Bank, has. been advanced to sea- o raise funds for the hospital were
! man first class in the U. S. Navy. progressing very well.
! Hr recently completed a course at S. Burritt Boynton reported for
the Xaval Air school at Memphin, ercy Sherman, who was on the
Tennessee, and is now stationed at :lothing drive committee and
i Camp Purcell, Oklahoma. He is a .hanked those who had assisted in
graduate of Red Bank Catholic he packing. Those who helped Mr.
Sherman for the club include Frank
high school.
mith, V. Parker Wilkinson, Mr.
The Red Bank Register Is sup; Boynton,- Mr. Levin and- J. Allen
Mohn.
ported bv local as well as out-oftown business men—Advertisement
The weekly war savings stamp
was won by President E. Allaire
Cornwell, who presided at the meeting. The war bond was awarded
.o Victor Satter, who WHS reported
.o-be improving in the hospital.
GuesU present were Rotarian J.
Russell Woolley of Long Branch; Al
Willguss of the local USO, and Dr.
Morgan P. Colio of Red Bank.
This week it is expected that the
:iub will entertain the Junior Safey Patrol of the schools.
Water Safety
Courses Open
Back the Attack—Buy War Bonds!
Tailored $
by Daroff
You'll Remember Mother
On Her Day... May 13ft
With The Best Gift Of All..
. A Cool Sheer
Print From Our Fashion Floor Collection
(A) Two-piece Bonier/ rerpon sheer
in navy or blacl( with while leaf print?
Tvhitt dkl(c\). Women't tittt 1854!
to 24i/j.
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15.00
( B ) Tjvo-piect sheer rajion faconee
Aress in aqua or blue, D>i//i scroll
detail on fitted jacket. Sizes l 8 ' / 2
to t\y%.
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AVAILABLE FOR A
VERY FEW
DUE TO MILITARY requirements,
the*supply of BOTANY "500',' Tailored by Daroff, is extremely limited for Spring, 1945. Only a select fev this season can enjoy the
fahric that is the soul of the suit
... the tailoring that is the heart
and body of the apparel. If you
>vish to be among this select
group,..we suggest that you come
early!
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No gift could give her more personal pleasure or pay her a prettier compliment on Mother's Day than one of these charming print dresses in
frosty-cool rayon sheers. The lovely pastels and dressy dark shades . . «
the youthful, feminine details . . . the clever, slenderizing lines ., . .
are all dedicated to her age, her gize.her young point of view.
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RED BANK
You don't need figures to '
show you how expensive a
Wnr Is . . . just look around
you . . . read your newspapers . . . or talk to the mother whose aon was lost on
Gundalcnnnl. Tlioy'll all tell
you the u)(ly, unadulterated
story of the horrors of wnr
. . . nnd whnt It taken In human liven nnil fortune. Wo
can't make up for those sacrifices but we can do something to ninkn it 1«BH costly
. . . by turning °"r ilollnra
Into Wnr Honda, . . . now!
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EFFORT - FOR HAVING
UNITED FMTH IN RIGHT
WE HAVE ACHEIVED
" Having
subscribed
"Being
convinced
to a common pro-,
that complete Victory
gram of purposes and
over their enemies is
principles
embodied
essential . . . to pre-
in the joint declara-
serve
of the President of
own lands as well as
and the
in
Prime Minister of the
Britain
other
common
and
against
Northern Ireland dat-
struggle
savage
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brutal forces seeking
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to s u b j u g a t e the
known as the Atlantic
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they . . . engaged in a
United Kingdom of
Great
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and justice in their
the United Jstates of
America
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IN UNION THERE
STRENGTH
A Salute To T h e Free Nations Everywhere Who
Joined Forces Against Hitier ism . . .
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N this page, as in the hearts of those for whom they
—».^ fought, ..are inscribed the n ames of the men_of this borough who will not come back.
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These are the Goljd Star men of Red Bank. Young men, most
of them, who left their homes, their work, their security and
their future to defend the Republic in her greatest war.
The list is not complete, for the nation faces future trial by
battle. Many names may be added to this roll before-ultimate Victory is ours.
Cast your eye down this list. You knew many of these young
men well. They were boys who sat at the next desk in school,
your fellow workers at^the office and shop.
They were
your fellow citizens.
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Each name is a reminder of the awful cost of Victory. Each
name.should also be a prayer that the things for which they
fought and died will not be forgotten but will be cherished
by a grateful nation.
ANTHONY T. ARIOZZI
JOHN HAMMELL
MICHAEL BADEN
SAMUEL T. HARVEY, JR.
JOHN M. BARBERIO
JESSE S. LEIGHTON, JR.
JOHN BIANCOMANO, Jli.
CHRISTOPHER B. MURPHY
WILLIAM E.. BRESLIN
PHILIP W. NADEAU
JOSEPH A. BORELL1
RICHARD NICOLETTI
WALTER M. BUCKLEY
GEORGE W. OLMSTEAD
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PHILIP DE CARLO
ALFRED E. REISS
ANTHONY CELL1
DOMINIC SCALA
D. ROBERT' DAVEY
KENNETH SPINNING, JR.
HAROLD DICK -
ARTHUR F. STANCATI
JACQUES R. EISNER -
WALTER S. THOMPSON, JR.
DANIEL GERON1
CORRADO J. V1TTORIA
MORTON R. GREENBLATH
The Sherman Shop, Inc.
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IT'S JUST THE SAME
Red Bank, the old town, is Just as you left it, boys.
All the things you've been fighting for are just
the same . . . and we're counting the days till you can take your place among them.
The lights still shine in the drug store of an evening.
The cars still park along the main streets.
You can still wake up at night and hear the echoing whistle of the through-freight.
And though the
floodlights turn off a little earlier in the filling station than they used to, there's still someone there to
wipe your windshield off while the gas^-pump rings up the fare.
Sports, double-feature movies and the church where you worshipped . . . all these are Just tha
same, too, boys—and all the sights and sounds and? most of all, the friendliness that go to make up this
American town—Red Bank, your own home town!
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Of course, boys, it worrt really be the same until you get back, until you step off the train in youf
uniform with its campaign ribbons, tanner, stronger, leaner, perhaps a bit taller than when you went away,
but otherwise the same fellow we used to know.
Jo^Wa.r.cJ_i\nw f-n yr>i.nv,.^r>mprr>mipg.
1 onking forward t'O t h e day W6 Can
shake your hand,! to the day you will hang up thos^?l<hakis or blues in the closet, resume your place among
us and take up the good American life just where you left it.
THE MAYOR AND COUNCIL
OF, THE
BOROUGH OF RED BANK
Councilmen:
SwALLEN -,,,..
J. ALBERT VANSCHOIK
HARRY MALCHOW
Mayor
R^ ENGLISH
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THOMAS M. GOPSILL
KENNETH M. ~ W¥GKOE
ALBERT W. WORDEN
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It seems only a short while ago that the, odds were insurmountable. Only yesterday that Faith' alone could
sustain us. Yet that Faith never faltered, and once" again it has been vouchsafed us to triumph over the forces
of Evil arid Darkness* *' Today the enemies of Freedom lie in the dust.
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Our united effort as a mighty nation has brought Victory. It has been purchas'ed at a cost of sacrifice, toil
and sweat. It has been won against overwhelming odds. It has been bought with the blood of our bravest sons.
Yet let us not imagine that this miracle could have been wrought through our 'efforts alone. Let ue not suppose that mere Force could have triumphed . . . for our enemies had Force on their side, too,
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Rather, let us give thanks for thatdJivme Aid fot^Tfcirj'osnTia played:
his knees at Valley Forge and whose blessing was invoked by Lincoln at Gettysburg. Let us thank the God
of free men Who has inspired our hearts and, guided our arms.
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Let us remember on this day of celebration to offer thanksgiving to the Lord for Victory. Let us seek" His
blessing in our houses of worship and in our homes for the great work which still lies before us. Let us, in the
words of Abraham Lincoln, "strive on to finish the work we are in, to bind up the nation's wounds, to care for
him who shall have bprne the battle and for his widow and his orphan, to dp all which may achieve and
cherish a just and lasting peace among ourselves and with all nations."
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The Friendly Bank
MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM—MEMBER
30 BROAD STREET
FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
PHONE 1600
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OWN the block, across the road, around the corner from you lives the
Mother With the Service Flag. You've watched her tend her Victory Garden, you've seen he!
at the grocery store, the Red Cross and at church. She is your neighbor, your friend.
Yet, though she gives you a smile and a cheerful greeting, you do not really know her. Fo*
she is the Woman Who Waits.
This war is personal to her. And while hers may not be the loudest voice you hear at a Waf
Bond rally and she may wear no uniform of any kind, you can be sure her rationing coupons
are her own. Only she and her God will ever know what it means to wait — and wait — as
the days go by, though the postman can tell you a thing or two.
not end until her boy comes home.
Never complaining, seldom showing her fears and anxiety, facing the world with a smile, the
Mother With the Service Flag, more than any single one of us, continues to set an example of
Courage and Devotion.
We rise to salute her on this day of Victory.
SCHULTE-UNITED
RED BANK'S MODERN THRIFT DEPARTMENT STORE
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CARCELY a man or child in our town has failed to contribute in some way to this great Victory. For this ha*
boon a war of ALL the people, not just a war of armies and machine** ....
The Housewife who saved Her fats, the schoolboy who collected scrap metal, the businessman who spent long hours
on Civilian Defense, the worker who gave up his lunch hour to donate blood—all of you have helped win this
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Grandmothers who cooked for the USO, women who minded babies, farmers who worked long, long hours,
short-handed to produce bumper crops, office people who took work home with them at night—all of you in some
manner, have helped bring triumph to our Cause.
Men and women who Have served their community an'd their nation on ration boar'ds and draft boar'ds without pay,
folks who have gone around the town selling Bonds and Stamps at the end of a hard day's work, Motor Corps drivers,
Canton w n r W t ,
g, Nurse*—
—A»v+ii«ry-EftIix;prnftn and Ffrpiriftn, Fimi.AirJ-'fatacherg—:to you and
you and you a nation's grateful thanks 'for pitching in.
But our greatest thanlcs goto our boys overseas an'd to you, their courageous mothers, wKose faith Has never faltered,
though your hearts have been torn with anxiety.
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No one, save perhaps pur fighting men themselves, can fully know the long agony of your waiting. And no one, save
cur fighting men, has made greater contribution to the yictory whiph we all celebrate todays
SEARS, ROEBUCK & CO.
27JMonmoutK rStreet
Red Bank, N.U.
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ARTNERS in Freedom! Today more than ever the free United Nations stand brothers in one great family. To-
OUR yictory Is THEIRS^TBEIR feiumpK PJJRSi
For their deeds of heroism have now become a part of our common heritage. We have shared with them and they
wftK at the great struggle for Free3om«
yfe thrill to the Canadian epic of Dieppe as to the story rff our own lanHing at Tarwara. Never can we forget the
Story of Stalingrad. Ten thousand small boats leaving the pyre of Dunkirk . . . the roar of the outnumbered R. A. F.
in the Battle of Britain . . . Churchill thundering defiance in England's darkest hour . . . . the March of the Eighth
Army through Africa . ; . England's saga, too, has become our own.
As long as free men live, Americans will recall the daring of the jungle-fighting Aussies in New Guinea and the
glory of the Chinese Armies fighting 'dgffi^ly--ifonqg1r--^hf^^
whom*
feat is foreshadowed by the Victory we celebrate today.
To all of tKese anrd to the Fighting French, the Heroic Creelcs, the Czechs, tKe Poles, tKe DutcK, the Norwegians, the
Jews of all nations who defied the Nazi terror, the Jugb-Slav guerrillas—to all of these, our Allies and partners
|n arms, w« pay grateful tribute today.
IRWIN'S YAGHT WORKS
ON THE SHREWSBURY RIVER
WHARF AVENUE
PHONES
RED BANK, N, J.
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ON'T take a holiday, America! We've got the enemy on the run.
The war is half over. Come on—let's finish the job!
Now—-while the foe is in confusion. Now—while we are at the peak of our fury and
might. Full speed ahead, America! Let's smash Japan and finish the job.
Let's make every hour of. war production count. Let's give our Army, Navy ami Allies
every tank and gun and plane they need. Let's go, America! Let's finish the job.
Let's buy more War Bonds. Let's tighten up our belts. Let's steel ourselves to unremitting work and unswerving toil. The big task lies ahead. Let's get it over quickly.
No rest, America! Don't break the Victory rhythm. The Jap, like the Nazi, must be
crushed.
Come on, America!
The command is "Forward!" Fritz is blitzed—now let's
finish the job!
LEON'S
CLEANERS—DYER&-LAUNDERERS
76 White Street. Phone 2800 Red Bank
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and NOW it's YOUR turn,
JAPAN!
OU figured it was in the bag.
Yes, sir, by this time—so you thought—your buck-tooothed boys would be marching up Pennsylvania A vernier your fried-egg flag would be flying from the Capitol. And, you figured, the luxury-loving, so soft Yankees would be bowing low before your begoggled troops.
So sorry to disappoint. So sorry that honorable time-table has upset!
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Yes, you figured that while your rug-chewing pal in Berlin kept us busy in the Atlantic, all YOU would have
to do would be to follow up the Pearl Harbor stab with island hops that would bring you clear to our West
Coast—and from there it would be just a sleeper jump to Washington.
Well, you know what's Happened to Adolf. And now it's your turn. What you've gotten so far—the Coral
Sea, Midway, the Solomons, the Aleutians and Tarawa—is just a pink tea to what's corning.
Because NOW, you're going to get the work's . . . and fast! You're,going to learn what it feels like to get
in front of the biggest battle* fleet in the world. You're going to learn—as Berlin learned—how it feels to
watch your dreams of empire go up in the flame and smoke of four-ton block-busters. You're going to
learn what it means to take a swipe ^t Uncle Sam when his back is turned.
You're going to wish you Had never even heard of Pearl Harbor!-
EEDS JEWELERS
FAMOUS FOR DIAMONDS
60 BROAD STREET
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^ ^ LL the months of training, the foot-slogging under Texas suns are past. And the thousands of hours, shift upon shift, on the air*
craft assembly lines, bright as day behind their blacked-out windows, the Bond rallies, the thinning store shelves in the great
cities, the sweating backs: and aching muscles on the farm, the distant wailing whistles as the long freight trains speed west . , , all thesi
have led to this moment.
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Iron ore from Minnesota just a few months ago, copper from Montana, bauxite from Arkansas and soy beans from California . . . and in>
surance men, students, lawyers, farm boys and grocery clerks from all the forty-eight states—now they are skilled men and glittering
lethal machines,
For this is the p.-»y-off. This is the final link in the chain that began with brown meat stamps, gas coupons, salvage baskets, the posters on
the factory wall and the scrawled signature in the recruiting office. This is the final mold for Victory. And now the future is at hand.
All ni»ht long the dust swirls on the landing fields. All night long the machines take off intp the sky. The gulls on far Pacific islets hear
them coming, The wings blackout the moon. Before dawn they will be over their objective. By sunrise the Islands of Deceit will have become the Islands of Doom,
Ihe day when these huge bomber fleets take off relentlessly on their great mission is the day when lapan will know she has lost the war.
Every ounce of energy America possesses, every bit of skill at her command is being used to speed its coming. When it comes it will mean
final Victory.
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That day still lies in the future. But it is nearly here.
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J. YANKO
J. KRIDEL
' ' 30 Broad Sf.
Red Bank
Co*. Broad-&~Fronl St»._
Red Bank
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GERMANY'S OUT
Dear Lord and Fattier, our hearts
are overflowing today. Like a
rainbow of promise after tumultuous storm there comet the glad,
good news of victory in the struggle for the freedom of mankind.
Sod—how thankful we arel
Thou hast been with us always. From Th'ee have
come new strength in hours of weakness, unfailing hope when the forees of evil w«r« triumphant,
(Jauntiest courage when the way before us was
'Sark with the fearsome dangers of war. And now,
O God; Thou hast given us this victory.
In1 the midst of our thanksgiving we remember
the sacrifices which, made this moment possible,
and we pray that through Thy infinite mercy, wisidom and love these sacrifices may not have been
|n vain. Touch:, with Thy healing hands'the hearts
" SovTed'vd6wri"by"suffering-and-bereavernentr-and
lead Thy people along the highway whose end b
universal justice and everlasting peace.
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We're all happy, of courte, that It's over In Europe . . .
but we're not through fighting yet. The Japt are ttUI
Idlllng; . . . and right now while we're delebratlnff the
defeat of GoniiMij, many of our men are dying and
•ufferlng on dlsease-rldden tropical • Ulandii. The Jap Is
no aoft antagonliit . . . and lt'n going to take a lot of grit
to beet him. So let's celebrate the fall of Germany . . , but
let'! do It right and give our men and women out there an
;«nteiii«glng..b4ndclMP^-IjetLj^ejaiJ|[now_tlw^w^
to bring them home noon too. The only celebration tre can
altord now is to buy another WAB BOND. .
UNITED
NATlbNS
_ The war in Europe is over and we're all happy, but remember
while we are celebrating the defeat of Germany, our men are still
fighting and dying in the South Pacific. Let's give those men an encouraging handclasp- and let them know we are.striving to bring them
Home soon, too. -May the day not be far off when we can again enjoy
a peaceful world.
—The Rev. Charltt B. Tupper,,
The Wordens
•0 East Front Street.
JEWELERS
BROAD STREET
WE, SALUTE
YOU
STRAUS COMPANY
RED BANK
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WELL DONE, BU
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To all those serving in
this war we stretch our
hands across the seas
to say "Well Done"
with deep gratitude
and profound thanks.
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enemy and at home we
know we must not fail
to go on maintaining
essential supporting
services.
There is satisfaction
in seeing a job through.
together and it is our
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" N A Z I Germany lies in ruins. Hitler is defeated. But the deaths of thousands of
Americans, killed at Pearl Harbor by Japanese treachery, are still unavenged.
Japanese militarism, Jap horror arid brutality still stalk the world. The Jap flag still flaunts
from conquered lands.
The deaths of these Americans - soldiers, sailors and civilians, men, women and children
— must be avenged. The shame of Pearl Harbor must be wiped out in blood.
It is well that we celebrate today the downfall of Hitlerism. But let us not forget that
ultimate Victory still lies in the future. Let us noMorget that every act of pillage, murder
and rape by Nazi Germany has been duplicated tenfold in Nanking, Hong Kong, Singapore,
-Manila,. Java and Burma by the Japanese. Let us not forget that the freedom we have fought
for and won in the Western World will not be secure until the bloody sword has been struck
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This day of triumph is also a day of dedication, a day wherein we dedicate ourselves to
finishing swiftly the greater war that lies ahead. Let us not rest on our labors.
Pearl Harbor is still to be avenged!
SIGMUND-EISNER COMPANY
RED BANK
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RED BANK, N. J., THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1945
VOLUME LXVIL, NO. 46.
31Tons of Clothing for
European War Relief
Many Men And Women In This Area
Assisted With Successful Drive
More than 31 tons of clothing of
all descriptions have'been contributed' by residents of the surrounding!
area to the United National Clothing Collection for War Relief, according to the final reports given
today by Mrs. John B. Allen, are*
chairman. Cartons of clothing have
been sent to the government collection, station in Matawan lor overMra. Joseph Odenbach,
seas shipment from the various col' lection depots in this area.
Retiring President,
A message of appreciation from
Mrs. Allen to all who helped and'
Gives Annual Report
contributed to the drive is printed
below:
Officers were installed at the Anal
"On behalf of the United National Clothing Collection for War meeting of the Junior-Senior High
Relief I want to thank everyone School Parent-Teacher association
who contributed la any way to the Tuesday night in the junior high
success of the drive.
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school auditorium by Mrs. Charles
"There were 12 communities In
.the Red Bank .area taking p'art, Stlllwa'gon, a vice president of the
with an estimated population of 37,- Monmouthi County Council of Par000 people. We sent to the govern- ents and Teachers. In observance
ment warehouse at i Matawan 62,- of V-E day members sang patriotic
558 pounds, or 31 and 3/10 tons. As Songs and Margaret Ann Barnard
the population of the United States of Fort Monmouth, pianist, was
Is about 130.000,000 people, and the guest artist.
total amount of clothing requested
—-was-450,OOOiOOQ-^ound4u.we feel-thaJL _pfficers are Mrs. F. M. Hoffman
-—w«-have—made-a_succe«s_afour ef- pre'sidentT'Mrs. KaH'ScliflTtgBIBfj'r
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"Everv one worked together so S. Manning
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second vice president,
cheerfully and seemed to feel the Mrs Richard Strausberger secretary
great need of the destitute people
and Mrs. Albert Lauber, Jr., treaswe.are trylne to'help.
"The borough officials and police- rer.
Mrs. Joseph Odenbach, retiring
men, communities and firms who
' loaned us their employees and president, gave her annual report,
equipment, the community • chair- and an account of the school cafemen who co-operated so effectively, teria, conducted In the junior high
the Boy Scouts who distributed circulars and collected clothing, the chool. Mrs. Odenbach has been
efficient packing committee, re- chairman of the project the last
ports committee, publicity, Amer two years. '
lean Leeion. collections, movies,
From October 15, 1944, to May 1.
schools.
ministers,
Community PTA members served 12,021 lunches.
Chamber of Commerce, labor organ- PTA members whq^asslated were
izations, Rotary and Lions clubs,
Monmouth chapter, Daughters of Mrs. Joseph Anariffla, Mrs. Fred
American
Revolution,
circulars Boyd, Mrs. Edwin Brasch, Mrs.
committee,* reception and sorting Frank Dix, Mrs. J. C. Davlcs, Mrs.
committees, all did a good job, and Hubert M. Farrow, Sr., Mrs. Fredagain I say, thank, you"
erick Hardwick, Mrs. Wallace MacArea chairmej) were Mrs. Allen, Gregor, Mrs. Mary Rossbeck, Mrs.
Schoening.
Mrs.
Frank
Red Bank; Fred L Ayers, Little Paul
Bllver; Tony E. Hunting, Fair Hav- Wright, Mrs. M. C. Pye and Mrs.
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Bright; Mayor Sidney M. Beers,
Mrs. Charlotte Mehler, a member
Oceanport; Rev. Robert Smith, of the venereal disease clinic staff
Shrewsbury; Ernest Hiltbrunner, of Monmouth County Organisation
Shrewsbury township; Mra. Leslie D. for Social Service, SRolce on social
Scely, Eatontown; Mrs. Clement L. hygiene.
Despard, RumBOn; Capt Albert
Runyonj •'Jsilddlatswn
township;
Capt. Espcdal. Fort Monmouth and
"Y" Secretary Harris, Fort Hancock.
The following Boy Scout troops
and Scoutmasters assisted in distributing posters and with collecWas Pilot Celebrating
tions: troop S. Robert Saugerton;
troop 12, Benjamin Glover; troop
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17, Joseph Valleau; troop 23—Norman Sickels; troop 48, Peter Falvo;
troop 60, Millon Wasser, and troop
Residents of the vicinity of Mar67, Mahlon Grimes, all Red Bank
ion and Worthley streets received
troops; troop 24. Fair Haven, Ray
something of a scare Monday mornVanHorn; troop 27, Belford, Charles
ing when two flares fell from a
Smith; troop 35, Mlddletown, Woodplane. Thick, dark smoke issued
row Francis; troop 47, Leonardo,
from the flares, but no fires were
George Wheeler; troop 49, Fort
set.
Monmouth, Lieut. Walter Turner;
One of the flares dropped in front
troop 50, Shrewsbury, Robert DIsof Harold Marks' house at 16
9. brow; troop 57, Eatontown, Francis Marion street, where children of
Marckslein; troop 58, Oceanport, the neighborhood frequently play.
Paul Sommers; troop 62. Sea The other landed in the back yard
Bright, Cecil Layton; troop 66, of the home of Mrs. .William AnRumson, John E. Galm; troop 82, derson at 41 Worthley street.
Wayside, Mr. Windsor, and troop
The police were notified and Sgt.
88, Port Monmouth, Walter Burk- Frank Reuther went to the scene
hardt.
and located the flares. Civil Air
Committees assisting were Percy Patrol authorities at Newark airSherman and William Fluhr, pack- port wero notified and they said
ing; Alvin Whiting, reports; Miss they would make a check of planes
Louella Frey, Red Bank Register, out that day. It is believed that the
Mrs. Louise Burslem, Daily Stan- flares had been dropped cither by
dard and Ed Jason, Daily Record, accident or by a pilot who had depublicity; John Alexander, Amerl- cided to celebrate the end of the
.. can Legion; Morgan Knapp and war.
Harry Feldt, Boy Scouts; Ensley
Two flares were found one night
M. White and Gus Colmorges, col- a few months ago by boys in the
lections; Mr. Hunting, motion ptc- vicinity of Cooper's bridge after
turcs.
they had seen them soar to the
Edwin C Gilland, public schools; ground. At that time it was beRev. John A. Hayes, Red Bank lieved that the flyer had dropped
Ministerium; William Bradley, Red the flares to ascertain his position.
Bank Community Chamber of Commerce; Morris Mogelcvcr, labor organizations; Percy Sherman, Red
Bank Rotary club; Mr. Fluhr, Red
Bank Lions club; Mrs. George Hawkins, Monmouth chapter, D. A. R.;
The youth of the Reformed
John B. Allen, circulars and letters. church will hold a game party In
Mrs. Howard ' S. Higginson and Robert Cook's barn tomorrow night
Mrs. Frank Warner, Sr., Method- at 8 o'clock. The proceedsV^wIll be
adlst .church; Mrs. Elmer Cottrell, used to send representatives to conBaptist church; Mrs. Julius Straus; ferencea this summer. •Ro'bert'LovCongregation B'Nal Israel; Mrs. ersldge Is chairman 'of the program
James Parker, Westsldc health committee and Miss Lois Macincommittee; Mrs. Emillo Mustillo, tosh is head of the refreshment
St. Anthony's church, and Mis. Al- jcommittee. Those
assisting arc
lan Frost, Trinity Episcopal church, Miss Nancy Severin, Donald Ganreceiving committee.
son and William Cook,
"
Mrs. Nelson K. Vanderbcek, Red
Bask Woman's club; Mrs. Joseph
' Notice.
E. Carroll, Red Bank Catholic high
An emergent communication of
school, Parent-Teacher association; Mystic Brotherhood Lodge No. 21,
Mra. Harry McCormack, Court St. F. & A. M., is called for tho purJames, Catholic Daughters
of pose of attending church services
America; Mrs, Hermann Wolf, Pres- at the BaptlBt church on Sunday
byterian church; Mrs, Frank Dlx, morrjlng, May 13th, 1045, at ill
Mechanic street school PTA; Mrs. o'clock. Lodge will open at 10:30 a.
Joseph Odenbach, Junior-Senior m. Please make an effort to be
PTA, and Mrs. Wnllaco B, Rankln, present. This Is tho day for prayer.
James A. Stout.' Master.
Reformed church, sorting commitAttest: George C. D. Hurley.
tee.
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Trucks to assist Scouts In houseto-house collections in Red Bank
Monmoutli Clinical Laboratory
worn loaned by Southal] Contract- nt your service. Room '23, Zobel
Ing company, Monmouth Lumber Building, 157 Broad street, Red
company, Leon's, Red Bank boi- Bank, Telephone 3733.—Advertiseough, Mount English; Monmouth ment,
**county road department, Cook and
Oftlilcy, Red Bank dro dcpaitmont,
Dont Swear
. Walter H. Conovsr, M»s, Roy Smith if your radio falls. Instead call Contra) Rndlo, Eatontown 471-M, for
and Miss Jennie Beckonstoln.
guaranteed radio repairs,—AdverMan who assisted with Anal pack- tisement.
Ing worn Mr, Sherman, Mr. Fluhr,
Junior Senior
PTA Installs
New Officers
Flares Dropped
Near Residences
Church Group To
Hold Game Party
P i k a l t h J h R J l i t t
Bnynton, V. Parker/ Wilkinson, HniDltl Bnynton, Russell Jackson, John
E, Ballly, Jr., Stnnloy Brown, Frank
p.- Mcrrltt, J, Allen Mohn, James
(Vordon, Burrett Boynton, Herman
D, Komar, A, H. Whiting, Jossc N,
BORIS, Howard L. Burdfto, Arthur
(Continued on pagt 2)
Bronze Star To
Sgt. R. A. Dobson
Award Made For
Heroic Work
Igt Robert A. Dobson, son of Mr.
and Mrs. William H. Dobson of
Mlddletown, ' was awarded
the
Bronze Star In a. citation which
reads, "For heroic achievement in
connection with military operations
against the enemy in Holland and
Germany, and despite stubborn and
vicious enemy activity." The citation further states: "Working day
and night, under constant artillery
and small arms fire, the courage,
efficiency and devotion to duty displayed by Sgt. Dobson reflects
great credit upon himself and the
military service."
Rumson Pupils To
Give Exhibit, Shorn,
Other Serviceman
Reported Killed
Of three servicemen recently reported by the War Department as
missing in action, two hive been
found to be safe. They are Sgt.
Patrick Edward Welch of Red
Bank, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
F. Welch of Sleepy Hollow road,
Middletown township, and Pvt. Joseph G. Reiss, son of Mr. and Mrs.
George Reiss of Monmouth street.
Word that Welch had been located in a hospital in France after
having been wounded was received
by his wife. He is a member of
the Seventh armored division.
Pvt. Reiss, mbssing nine days, has
returned to duty, according to word
received by his parents. His outfit had apparently been cut off in
j action. He is with the Ninth army.
| A third man reported missing did
' not fare as well. He was Cpl. James
• T. Massey of West Keansburg, now
reported by the War Department
to have been killed on October 1, a
! short time after arriving overseas.
JHis wife, Mrs. Josephine Massey,
received word to this effect recently. •
Plaque Gift For
Highlands School .
Twlnlight post, American Legion,
of Highlands, is planning to present
a plaque to Highlands grammar
school on which will be engraved
the names of the winners of school
award in the past and' this year.
From year to year the names of
the winners ot these prl7.es will be
added.
E. A. Rodriguez of 225 Bay avenue, Highlands, has requested that
the names of the past winners, together with the year in which the
prizes wero won, be sent to him as
soon as possible for engraving on
tho plaque being prepared for presentation to the BChooI.
Fnblio Auction,
Having sold our warehouse building, will dispose of entire contents
unrestricted and without reserve on
tho premises at 701 F street, Belmar, N J., between Seventh and
Eighth avenues Friday and Saturday. May 11th and 12th nt 1:30 P.
M. Inspection Thursday May 10th,
10 A. M. to 5 P. M. Aabury' ParkBelmar Storage Co. B. G. Coats,
Auctioneer Tolephono Long Branch
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One Hour Pregnancy Test.
Monmouth clinical Laboratory,
Room 28, Zobel Building, Broad
street. Phono Red Bank 3733.—Advortlaoment,
j_,WxLi_J{pdlo SIckT
of furniture, furnishing!, etc, of
DonTfrot, call CeTttrarroT Msf
CBtnto of Mlltard F, Cornwall at 147 antaod radio repairs, Eatontown
Brand stroot, Tuesday, May IB, at 8 471-M.—Advertisement,
p. m. B Allnlro Cornwcll.—Advertisement,
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J1.O0 «q, yd,: Dxia rtida $4.98; now
Auotlonoor,
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B, G, Co&ti. Long Branch, ebon* covorlnp B0 cunts sq, y'l National
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Rabbi Arthur Hershon of .Congregation B/nal Israel joined yesterday with' leaders uf all religious
faiths to pay tribnte to Monaignor
McCloskey, who died Tuesday
night. Said Rabbi Hershon,. "In
the passing of Dr. McCloskey I
feel I have lost a Btaunch friend
and a colleague' with whom I
have enjoyed many 'daya of fellowship on the various civic boards.
The annual exhibition jt work I always admired him a* a spiritand musical program at the La- ual leader and a friend of this
'ayette street school at Rumson community."
will be held Thursday, May 17,
rom 7 to 9 p. m. The public is invited to attend the exhibit and enertalnment.,
"The Sweet Shop," an operetta
by Elizabeth .Blair, will be presented. The play hinges Upon the very
'amiliar indecision of a small girl
o what she will buy with a penny.
Musical numbers In the performance are as follows:
Concert Next •
.Operetta To Be Presented May 17
At Lafayette Street School
Collect Over Ten
Tons of Papter In
Little Silver
Hi-Y Boys Do Splendid
Job—Will Make 2nd
Trip Friday, May 18
"Hi-yo, Silver;" the call of the
Lone Ranger was supplanted last
Friday by the enthusiastic shout
"Hi-V, Little Silver!", when the ten
boys of that organization in that
borough mounted their borrowed
trucks and "rode herd" on all the
paper they could-find'and collect in
the community.
Through the kindness of Councilman Donald E. Lawes of the Lawes
Coal company, and Warren Herbert, president of the .local fire company and proprietor ot an • express
| concern;-two-trucks-wero-obtained
uid-i)gfor£_lhe_day_had ended over
two tons of waste paper had been
"roped and tied" by the Little Silver "Rangers."
The Little Sijver Hi-Y group under leadership of Richard K. Cooke
of White road, is a well organized
band of young Americans; and will
probably be the only Hi-Y outfit In
SGT. ROBERT. A. DOBSON
the state that will go as a body to
Sgt. Dobeon Is alt present with the Y camp at Ochanlckon this
the famous "Hell On Wheels" di- summer. The members are George
vision of Gen. Simpson's Ninth Darragh, Dave Whelan, Larry and
Army, which slugged Its way Joe Bacigalupi, Carl Bergman, Ellthrough .France and Holland into ard Prichard, Ray Carter, Richard
Germany. In a letter home, he said, Tetley, Robert Summers and Rob"The greatest thrill the war has ert Stout
given me was to be among the
Friday, May 18, the community
first to talk with prisoners we had will again hear the call "Hi-Y, Litliberated—Americans, English, Rus- tle Silver!" for the boys are "riding
sians, Poles—many of whom had again" to corral the* rest of the pabeen in captivity three years or per they couldn't get to last week.
lore."
The young "rangers" are not maskSgt. Dobson attended Red Bank ed and will not come with persuaCatholic school. Unofficially he has sive "six-shootera" but with the enbeen a singer and actor in various thusiastic faces of youngsters, a
camp sliowa. Cartoons of his have weapon very few can resist.
appeared in Tomahawk, official paper of the 19th Corps. He has two
brothers, Cpl. William J. Dobson,
with the Air Transport Command
In the Pacific, and Geoffrey Dobson, who is in this year's graduating class at Catholic high.
Three Missing,
Two Are Found
Rabbi Hershon In
Tribute To Monsignor
Apollo Club To
Sing "Student
Prince" Numbers
Prologue, Penelope Patient and Barney. Song, ''Barney, th« Billman," school
Sonit ind dance, "Tho Sweet
Shop,' couriers _and (tancerj. Song and
drill",'"WrlgleV Men/' Wrigiiy mtn.'song
aad dance, ''Chocolate Candy Bars,"
Chocolate candy bars. Sons and dance,
"Lifa Savers," Life • Savers.
Song and
danc«, "Mademoiselle Mintle and Madam*
/?„«.
n.—" mintii
_-,-.»„ gjjj K u m drops.
Gum Drop."
p
Song, "Couriers So
Song," couriers. Drill
Thursday at Asbury
Park High School
SECTION TWO—PAGES 1 "TO
Howard Evans Killed
In Action In Navy
Rumson Sailor Was On Aircraft
Carrier In The South Pacific
Howard Ralph Evans of 45 Cant.
ter street, Rumson, seaman first
l
in the U. S. Navy, was killed
in action November 25 In the South ~
Pacific area, "following heavy
duty,"' according to a telegram r n
The following telegram was
celved Tuesday from the War d*f
received by The Register this
partment by his parents, Mr. and '
morning from Congressman
Mrs. Jon Pettcrsen. He previously
James C. Auchlncloss:
had been reported missing In action. A
•
"War Department advises
His last letter home was wilttea*
ma effective immediately Camp
November 23, two days before h»
Edison, Sea Girt, placed on Inwas killed. He was on an aircraft
active status. Second Service
carrier and from letters received bj(
Command retains jurisdiction."
his parents from .friends on thsj
James C. Auchlncloss.
same ship, it \g believed he lost ht*
life in the Leyte Invasion. .
Seaman Evans, who wag kttown
to MB many friends as "Buddy," enlisted in May 1943, at the age. of 17,
while attending Rumson high
school. He completed his boot training at Great Lakes and later re- _
turned for' 16 weeks' special trains
Award $25 Bond
ing. His last visit home was in November, 1943. Although his ship had
To Jame* Ro»»
been in a number of- battles, hlsV
letters to home were always cheerJames Ross of , Spring Lake, a ful. While on du>y In the Pacific,
window—dresser"fbr~the Liggett- H«~caTrted—0H~£- -C0rre|j»n4in*
drug stores, has been awarded a $25 course with Columbia .
Camp Edison On
Inactive Status
Wins Prize For
Liggett Display
Miss Helen Harbourt, soprano,
and William Wyatt, tenor, will be
guest soloists at the third concert
"Penny Sweets."
of the season to be given by the
•w«ts. Toy orchestra, exeerpta from —ApolUr club of Asbury—Park-next
music hi; Handel, cand, sticks. ^Song, | T n u r a d a y n l g n t i n t h e Asbury Park
Lights,"
two a ppenny,
g ,
e n y , (our
o
penny, six. a Penny, final chorus, ''The high school auditorium.
The.club
Sweet Shop," ensemble.
will sing the Sigmund Romberg
The operetta is directed by Mra. operetta, "The Student Prince," asEdna Johnson, scenery and pro- sisted by'. members of the MacDogram ' cover, Miss Janice Tyndall; well Choral of Asgury Park, local
' d S " ' i 3 I l T l t
g
Mlns. HnneLJCrxlckji?.nJ_Mrs!_
Frances Noonan, Miss Emily Fear- othy Gravatt Winterstclla of As- war EoriinS a~prTze
sail, Mi-s^ Harriet Dohrn, Miss Eve- bury Park, who also serves as musi- War Loan contest conducted by the
lyn Porter, Miss Laura Deane and cal director of the MacDowell U. S. Treasury department. The
Choral. Both groups will be accom- award was made for the war loan
Miss Kathryn Tlltoh.
The cast and chorus groups are panied by Ruth Braly of Spring window display in the Liggett store
Lake. This concert marks the sec- In Red Bank.
as follows:
Penelope Patient, proprietress of the ond appearance" of the MacDowell
The prize was presented by
Sweet Shop, Janet Carle. Barney, an old singers with the Apollo club for
'rank C. Pcsveyc, deputy state adbill poster, Edward Hofmann. Tom, .Dick
and Harry, Jack Bayard. John DeVito they assisted several seasons ago in ministrator, who In complimenting
and Bobby Zerr. Carrift and Maudle, June the men's presentation of the Gil- Mr. Ross said, "The Treasury deMount and Jane Ann Hlllftker.
bert and Sullivan operetta, "The partment realizes that it is only bewrijiley Men—Bruce .Gpodmln, John Pirates of Penzance."
cause of this kind of assistance,
Calvert, John Noonan, William Dorsey,
Michael Bemon. Robert Benson, CreighMiss Harbourt makes her second freely and generously given, that
ton Parkes, Paul Peterson, John Rogers,
our war loan drives are so successJoseph Sorrentino, Melvin- Force, Leon appearance of the season with the
She is a ful. For this we are truly grateRoyer,' Peter Mazza, Herbert Gerding, club Thursday evening.
Peter Thoraan. Harry Nelson, William member of the Montclalr Operetta ful."
Hulit, James Scalto.
society, and has appeared as guest
The winner's entry Is now sntered
Chocolate Candy Bars- -Phyllis
_
_ Gosling,
Catherine Lockwood, Marguerite Shee< soloist with the Orpheus Glee club in the sectional display contest conhan, Marilyn Chapman, Shirley Torborg, of Newark and the Metropolitan sisting of New Jersey, New York
Joan Layton, Louise Bond.
club In New York.
and Pennsylvania elate prize winLife Savers—Martin Basch, James McThose entries that place
Mr. Wyatt, a promising young ners.
GuinneBB. Thomas Coakley. Harry Collis,
Jack Huntsman. Car! Gerdlng.
tenor from Atlanta, Georgia, won a among the first ten will compete
MlntiM—Sandm Fox. Claire WerU- fellowship Beveral seasons ago at for national honors.
roann, Arlene Howe,r, Joan Haramell.
Gum Drops—Joan Polak, Lillian Shea, the Jullliard Graduate School and
Anna Clambrone, Elizabeth Kpnehl. JVP* Ule Jutlliard Opera School In
Morrell, Patricia Sickles, L t n n . t B t . w l t t , c o r l c l n addition to many appearPaula Covert. Gertrud* Holloway, Patricia McGulnness, Barbara Bcslio, DorU ances at Jullliard: concerts he has
Swenson, . ,
•» •• .i . ' •ung on JtM£jMI$>#»n<1 appeared
Penny SweeU—Carolyn Ooltmu,' Lillian Connor, Patricia Mason, TCnnette with the 'Cfflrotiuojija Opera comUazzs, Donna Yroman, Florence Alex- pany and the Buffalo Philharmonic
ander, Patricia Dowries, Janet Cook. Orchestra and Choral soclty.
No Celebrations,
Mabel Floyd. Lois Alexander, Callle SoDancing will ofllow the musical
den, Joan Smith, George Barnes, Jack
Branin, Robert Goodell, Robert Johnson. program and music will be furChurch
Services
George Lockwood, Jamea Logan, Edward
nished by Clyde Olson and his
Schmidt, Walter Shlnn.
Lesser Lights—Blair Cook, Stephen Merrymakers.
'This section observed V-E Day
To«-ers, Connie Mazza, Frank McGIrr,
Atlantic Highlands,
Tuesday with moderation. While
Billy Barton Mary Bruckner, Bobby Fallon, Charles Greenhall, Mary Lou Hllinkthe end of the war in Europe was
Middletown Township er, Karlnla Hlltner, Tommy Johnflon,
hailed with joy, citizens of Red
Jean Downen. Jenny Keech, Jaznes ConBank and adjoining municipalities
nett, Richard Gaynor, John Mazza, DunHighlands Included
can Smith, Robert Swenson. Peter Wileither turned soberly to the
liamson, John Scrafini, Margo Blankarn,
Two confirmation services recent- churches to express their thanks or
Jennie Covert,, Deanne Johnson, Kay
Local captains and team workers Hullaney. Dorothy Paules. Sandra Po- ly took place at the Congregation continued with their war jobs.
selected for every section of Dis- well,. Gretchen _.Smith. Barbara Smoek, B'nai Israel on Riverside avenue, Within keeping of plans made some
Morg&n. Stark, David Shlnn, Marianne oldest son of Mr, and Mrs. Samuel time ago by the Community Chamtrict 4 of Monmouth county coun-. Trubln.
James
ReUenberger,
Robert
ell, Boy Scouts, got off to a flying Buyes, Henry Feldmsn, Frederick Hill, Hoffman o.f Mechanic street, and ber of Commerce nearly all places
start Saturday in the 1945 drive, fol- John Raleigh, Walter Soden. Donald the other was that of Allen Stem, of business closed. Taverns shut
Wetrcl. Robert DiFlore. Roderick Culkin,
lowing a dinner given by the coun- Nancy Carle. Ann James. Ellen Kientle only son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hieir doors In accordance with sugStern of Rumson.
"
gestions of national organizations
cil Friday night in Homestead inn, E. Lysbeth Faulcs,
The Hoffman confirmation cere- of liquor dealers.
Atlantic Hightlaods, attended by 60
Candy Sticks. Toy Orchestra—Lender,
officials and volunteer workers.
John Hulleran. Reed Luiidin. Perry Wai- mony was held Saturday morning,
A service of worship designed for
Michael Bnitch, Paul Keldman, John April 28, at which 100 or more relDistrict 4 comprises Atlantic tor.
use at the end of hostilities in EuGnlm. Curtifi Lundin, Beverly Boyce,
atives
and
friends
were
present.
Highlands, Highlands arid Middle- Doris Zerr, Margaret Cook, Diane Davis,
rope by the Federal Council of
Mary Ann Rice Cornelia Hoyt. Bits Morris gave a most interesting lfectown township, and the campaign is Mattson,
hurches of Christ in America was
Mark Donohue.
ture and was the recipient of
In charge of Frank S. Siegfried,
held at the Baptist church Tuesday
Couriers—Frank Simon, Richard HubFollowing the
chairman of Atlantic Highlands; bard, Marietta Blnnka.rn, Joan WaBst* many nice gifts.
afternoon by the Red Bank CounMayor A, Jleade Robertson, High- roro. H<0en SwenAon, Harriet Force. Ter- ceremony a dinner was served in cil of Churches.
Werlemann, Joan Dragnn, Raymond the auditorium of the synagogue.
lands; Victor E. Grosslnger and ry
Fogelaon, Theodore Locscr, MargBret
Whistles and bells sounded in this
The confirmation of Allen Stern section shortly after President TruHoward W. Roberts of Middletown BiKKerstnlt. Phyllis Kavookjian, Wayne
McGIrr, Lillian Karinja, Nancy McNeil, took place last Saturday before a
township.
man had officially announced the
Nancy Tepper.
large group of relatives and end of the war in Europe. For the
Speakers at the dinner Included
Orchestra—Jane Ann Hllflker, Shirley
E. Donald Sterner, president of the Torborg. Catherine Lockwood. Arlene friends, many coming from out-of- most part, however, there was litLillian Shea. Ellen Kienzle, Frank town. Allen gave a most wonder- tle of the festive mood showing and
county council; Sanford Flint, fi- Hower.
Simon, John DeVito, Roderick Maine.
nance committee chairman; John Richard Schmidt, Wayne McGirr, Edward ful talk to those present, which the feeling seemed to be one of rewas followed by the serving of re- lief and a desire to center attention
Hofmnnn.
W. Northup, county council execufreshments in the auditorium and a on hostilities in the Pacific.
tive; Morgan C. Knapp, assistant
reception at his home on Bellevue
Scout executive; Mr. Siegfried, John
avenue.
,
A. Bars Jr., of Highlands, Mr. Grossinger, Mr. Roberts, Scout CommisRabbi Arthur H. Hershon of the
sioner Harold Copeland, Troop
Congregation B'Nai Israel officiated
Commltteemen Matthew J. Steven
Mr, and Mrs. Louis I. Tumen of at both services.
son of iMOnardo and Frederick Asbury Park, formerly of Atlantic
First Sgt. William J. Jeffrey, Jr.
Frelbott of Port Monmouth.
Highlands, have received a letter
of Tyson lane, was among the men
from
their
son,
Staff
Sgt.
Harry
B.
It was announced at the dinner
honored at a special review at a Bthat the county quota had been Tumen, that he has been wounded
24 Liberator heavy bomber base
doubled In order to put in condi- last month In Germany and Ig now
commemeratlng the service of those
Anthony Mazza of McLaren who, through faithful performance
tion the new camp grounds of about in a hospital in England.
300 acres which were donated to the
Sgt. Tumen, who is attached to street, Red Bank, was appointed of their duties, have supported the
county council by the Arthur Bris- the Third army's 26th division, suf- physical education Instructor in the combat fliers of the 445th Bombardbane estate.
fered a hip fracture. Early this Asbury Park elementary schools ment group in the course of 280
District * drive will close Thurs year he was awarded the Bronze Tuesday night. He will also assist bombing missions during the past
day, May 24, with a victory dinner Star and h,e has also won the Com- Coft.ch Rinehurt of the.high school. 17 months In England.
He was graduated from St. Benbat Infantry badge.at the Homestead Inn.
Said Col. William W. Jones, staedict's preparatory school, Newark, tion commander, "No one realizes
and King college, Bristol, Tennes- better than thoae. who fiy in'comsee, and also attended Rutgers uni- bat the essential role played by the
versity. For some time he directed men who back them up by work on
physical education at the Virginia the ground. Upon the performance
high school nnd Holston Heights of these soldiers, whose tasks are
(Termination of European Hostilities Wortd War II.)
grammar school and also acted as often tedious and seemingly remote
assistant coach.
from combat operations, has deAs a people and as individuals we share in the great joy
pended the welfare and safety of
which arises from our hearts upon the triumph of the Allied
STAFF ASSISTANCE NEEDED every combat crew and the successArmies In the European theatrj of war. We are proud of the
Mrs. George H. Markham, chair- ful completion of every bomlilng atpart played by the men and women of Rumson serving with the.
man of tho staff assistance corps tack. They deserve great credit."
The 445th has been cited by MaJ,
armed forces of tho United Nations which have with God's favor
of the county Red Cross, has announced that more volunteers are Gen. William E. Kepner for "disbrought victory over the enemies who sought to destroy freedom.
needed for tho new staff assistance tinguished and outstanding perforMay they long enjoy the frultB of their effort. Fo.- those who
corps class which opens Monday at mance of duty In combat."
will not return we will hold forever sacred the memory of their
tho chapter house at Shrewsbury,
sacrifice.
To Tho Public.
Full information ns to qualificaRay McLaughlln's service station
tions and duties may be had by
Therefore I, Louis M. Hague, Mayor of the Borough of
calling Mis. Markham at Red Bank nt 80 East Front street, Red;'Bank,
3443. Typists, switchboard oper- will be closed Sunday, May 13, in
Rumson, do proclaim Sunday, May 13, 104S, as a day of prayer
ators and mlmcoRrapheis nre need- respect to tho Day of Prayer ns
and thanksgiving, I urge that we dedicate oursclvos to fresh
proclaimed by President Truman.
ed by the chapter headquarters
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now',
be achieved In tho East and poaco descend upon our beloved
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Observe VE Day
Boy Scout Drive
Is Under Way In
Bayshore Area
Two Confirmation
Services Recently
. Harry Turner.
Wounded In Action
Rumson Sergeant
Honored At Review
School Job For
Anthony Mazza
PROCLAMATION
was employed after school and Saturdays Bg an usher at the Carltoqrand Strand theaters.
''
, i
Mrs. Petterson Is night operator
at the Rumson telephone exchange; :
Minister's Son
Killed In Action
Lt. Edward Muyskens
Slain In Germany
•;
On Monday, the day before V-B5
Day, Rev. and Mrs. John Muyskens
of Jenkintown, Pennsylvania, formerly of Red Bank, were notified by ;
the War Department that their eldest of three sons, Lieut. Edward
Muyskens, had been killed in action
April 21 in Germany. No further
:
details were given.
.^,
Lieut. Muyskens, who was 27, was
In the Infantry. His two brothers,
John, Jr., and William, are also fa
the service. John, Jr., is to the Navy
overseas and met his brother, Edward, shortly after Christmas in
England. William is with the Arm/
some where in the South Pacific
The three brothers were born in
Red Bank while their father w u
serving his pastorate of First Presr
byterian church. He moved several
years ago to Jenkintown, where ha
is pastor of Grace Presbyterian
church.
Word of Edward's death was received In Red Bank by many
friends of the family with deep reJtfet.
^_
All Teachers
Sign Contracts
Principal Reports
• To Rumson Board
Charles A. Wolbach, supervising;
principal of the Rumson public
school, reported at last night's
meeting of the board of education,
that all teachers' contracts tor th«
school term next year had been
signed and returned.
A leave of absence was granted
to Miss Hazel Errlckson of Bed
Bank, a member of the school faculty, who is a surgical patient at
Monmouth Memorial hospital.
Corlirs Mount of Rumson w u
awarded a contract to paint tha
Borden stadium and the Leuenberger company of Fords wa«
awarded a contract to waterproof
the rest of the east wall of the high
school building. Part of the wall
Was waterproofed last year.
Two Women Held
On Entry Charges
Charged with entering eight summer
bungalows in the August
Quast development in Highlands,
Mrs. Davla Wllmot, 22, of Fourth
street, and Mrs. Dorothy Marino,
20, ot John street, that borough,
wives of servicemen, were apprehended by police Tuesday and held
In $900 ball by Recorder Frank J.
Hall for the action of the grand
jury.
Police Chief Howard- Monahan
stated that John Horn had told
police he saw two women Sunday
near tho Quast bungalows and that
they both ran when he approached
in his car. An Inspection wss then
made by the chief and the owner
of the property who found that
furniture, dishes and other household goods had been stacked si If
to be picked up later,
Cpl. Edward Johnson
In English Hospital
Mra, Edward Johnson, Jr., 6 William itroet, received word Monday
that her husband, Cpl. Edward
Johnson, Is now In a hoiplUl 111
England. Cpl. Johnson was t U d
•ted splinter* In his hand.
He was with thevJJInlh Army In ,;:
Germany, nnd previously WM • §jl
member of tha 112th Field Artillery.
Buck the Attack-Buy
RED BANK REGISTE
led Cross Workers Back At Washington Lions Planning
Region Meeting
Jcged To Continue
Affair To Be Held
Volunteer Services
Tuesday Evening
B. A. Seiple, Chapter
Head, Congratulates
Volunteer*' Record
1 Ton. Of Clothing
For War Relief "
(Continued From Page 1)
(Off, Clarence Fanning and Leonrd Coriipton.
Firms contributing special sercej lyereoJerry Burnbam and Alert Morris of Sigmund Eisner
mpany, who supervised the caitg of six truck loads to the govijiment warehouse-in Matawan, asisted with packing and contributed several hundred new packing
ntainers; Jack Levin and Leo
«vln of the Union Paper company,
ho supervised the carting of six
uckloads to the government wareouse, and who furnished many
acking supplies; J. Daniel Tuller
f the Tuller Construction company,
hlch carted two truckloads to the
arehouse and several packers, and
oward Straus of Shrewsbury, who
;ave the use of two of his buildgs, one at 88 Broad street, and a
icond on Monmouth street, for colctlon and packing centers.
Women who assisted with receiving and sorting were Mrs. Julius
Straus, Mrs. Howard L. Burdge,
Mrs. Leon Reuckhaus, Mrs. Frank
ix, Mrs. Henry Westdyke, Mrs.
lenjamin H. Ford, Mrs. Allan H.
, Mrs. Harry Madansky, Mrs.
d a Sears, Mrs. Martha Madison,
Mrs. Samuel Straus, Mrs. George
awkins, Mrs. Howard S, Hlgglnm," Mrs. William Beith, Mrs. BeaIce Boyd, Mrs. Myrtle Williams,
<frs. Emilio Mustillo, Mrs. Lara
lsen, Mre. Benjamin L. Atwater,
Mrs. William Brevoort, Mrs. D. C.
ood
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MAY 10; 1945
Weddings
Petty Officer
i
LaGIGLIA—WILSON
Mtsa Gloria LaGiglla, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. R.- Ladiglla of Union
Beach, and Alfred D. Wilson, «on
of Mr v and Mrs. David Wilson of
Keansburg, were married Saturday,
April 22, at St. Mary's Episcopal
church, Keyport, by the. rector, Rev.
William Chamberlain, at a double
ring ceremony, A reception for 200
uests was held at V«terant'hall,
Union Beach.
;.
The bride was given in marriage
by her father, She wore a gown
of white satin and lace and carried
a bouquet of Easter lilies.
Miss Carole Lawless of Union
Beach was maid of honor, and the
bridesmaids were Misses Helen
Wunder, Jersey City; Carman Fernandez, Newark, and Ann Bagnowskl, Harrison. Weeley Copeland of
New York city was best man and
the ushers were William Brown,
Keansburg and Oliver Poullot, New
York cltyT
The couple are residing on Union
avenue, Union Beach. The bride is
employed by Western Electric a t
Kearny. The bridegroom, an employee of the Jersey C«ntral railroad, recently received a medical
discharge •. from the Army Air
Corps.
Teen Canteen To
Award Prizes
Series Of Games
Being Arranged
Personals
Miss Boris Elizabeth West o»
William street is one of 82 nurses
who will graduate this afternoon
from St. Luke's Hospital School ot
Nursing, N e w . York olty. Com.
mencement exercises will 'be held
at the Cathedral of S t John tb«
Divine. Mtas West U a graduate ol
Rumapn high school.
Mrs., Eleanor Tomalno, wit* ol
Lieut Patrick Tomalno of Clear.
•water, Florida, with their y«ar-olddaughter, Patricia Ann, will arrivsj
Sunday for a visit with Mrs. To.
malno's parents, Mr. and Mm. Loul»
Casagrande of Monmouth street,
Mlsa Rita Galdlero returned Monday from a visit with Mrs, Tomalno
In Plorida.
Mr. and Mri. Louis Dombroskl
.of Mechanlo street are the parents
of a son born Thursday at Monmouth Memorial hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Marks of
Worthley street are the parents of
a son born Friday- a t Monmouth
Memorial hospital.
Mrs, Cheiter J. Beaman of Maple °
avenue Us a surgical" patient at
Rfverview hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ctualterl of
Catherine street are the parents of
a daughter born April 28 at Riverview hospital.
Lieut, (j. g.) M. Harold Kelly, an
assistant editor of The Register on
leave on war dtuy, called at The
Register office this week, his first
visit In several months. He is an
officer In the armed guard on a
tanker and has1 made several trips
overscan.
James N. Dolg of Mapla avenue,,
who recently was Inducted Into the
Navy, is stationed at the U. 8. Naval Training Center at Balnbrldge,
Maryland.
P. G. Jaudy of Monmouth strett
has returned from West Palm
Beach, Florida, where he spent
the winter.
Francis VanBrunt of Union street
waa,admitted-to_F.Uk,ln j!O.lPltaXlMt_
night Hosplta^ authorities report
.his condition as "good" this mornIng;
~ ~
—.
At a meeting of the youth executive board of the teen canteen held
last week at the .Red Bank high
school, a motion to award f i t in
cash prizes for game competitions
was pasted1. - Ralph DeGennaro?
The 9,000 volunteers in the counpresident, wa» In charge. M M ,
ty Red Cross chapter were congratCharles Gallagher, adult chairman,
ulated today on their services durr
announced that the installation of
ing the 40 months of the war with
new lighting at the. canteen beadGermany by Bernard A. Seiple,
quarters was completed and that
•chapter chairman, who urged them
work has begun on refurbishing the
i>ot to slacken their efforts until
snack bar, hanging drapes and crethe war with Japan is won.
ating large murals.
, "The chapter can 'point to a. disThe game prl"» will be in the
- Anguished, record, of service since
form of elimination contests In bil£', Pearl Harbor arid before," he de•' clader, "but our responsibilities do
liards, table tennis and checkers.
•" not end with the cessation of active
First prize In each category will
GEORGE WIL80N, JR.
j hostilities in Europe. Everything
DOUGLAS EARL WARREN
be $3 and second prize, '$2. The en-'possible must be done to maintain
Mr. and Mrs. George 'Wilton of tire series will be In charge oi Wil'
Douglas Earl Warren of Hudson
'Red Cross services to troops reBernhardt, . newly-elected
45 John atrtet, Red Bank, have re- 11am
maining In Europe, the wounded in avenue. East. Keansb^urg, a petty ofceived word from their son, George chairman of the special events comhospitals, prisoners of war, and ci- ficer second class in the -Navy, has
mittee,
and
memben in good standWilson, Jr., of his promotion to
., vlllan internees, and to intensify returned to Washington, D. C, afpetty officer third claM in the V. ing should now enter their namei
5' our operations with the military ter spending 25 days at his home.
S. N. R. He wears the Philippine with him. Bernhardt will pair the
tt.ln the Pacific and Chtha-Burma- Petty Officer Warren has been In
liberation, American theater and candidates on a large wall chart
{ilndla theaters."
the South Pacific tor 18 months and
Asiatic-Pacific ribbons. Before en- and keep these charts up to d a t e /
ha» ten battle stars to his credit
!', The anticipated transfer of Amer- while in service on the Aircraft
During the spring sports saason
tering the service In April, IBM, he
CRAIG—ORLAND
}: lean troops from Europe to the op- Carrrler Lexington.
was employed aa a foreman for the. and whllt meets are being held afThe famous
Mi's Kathryn D. Craig, daughter Bendlx radio corporation, He has ter school, It was decided to close
JI poslte side of the globe and the exof Mr. and Mrs. .Francis S. Craig of been overseas seven months,.
!; panslon at the Army and Navy in carrier Is due for a Presidential cithe canteen Friday afternoons from
New York city, former Belford resj':the final push against Japan must tation.
Mrs. Wilson Is the former Lillian 3 to 5. Haydawn DeVoe wai InWarren was born in East Keans-.
idents, was married Saturday at
;"be accompanied by a corresponding
Pflug of Red Bank, The couple ducted aa ohairman of the recepBinghamton, New York, to Cpl.
increase in Red Cross services in burg and is a graduate of Middlehave a. daughter, Carol Jean, 17 tion committee, and Tom Davis,
Benjamin Orland, U. S. Army, of
the Pacific and C-B-I commands, town township high school. He has
editor of the Round Table, was apMrs. Wilmer A. Bobbins, Mrs. Brooklyn, at the home of her grand- months, old,
been in the Navy two and one-half
, Mr. Seiple said.
polntad public relations agent for
Charles Beck, Mrs. Ella C. Pope, parents, Rev. and Mrs. George W;
1
-. -,:•
"
"The war against Japan contin- years.
the canteen. Davl, was Invited to
Mrs. James. W. Parker, Mrs, Frank Craig. The bride's grandfather peri u to exact a high casualty toll,"
lit in on executive meetings. He
Warner, Sr.f Mrs. A. Q. Goff, Mrs. formed the ceremony.
he reminded. "Both the Army and
was
the Brit president of the organJessie
Supp,
Mrs.
Henrietta
Allen,
The bride was given In marriage
Navy are expanding their hospital
ization. Ed Oriesenbach also atMrs. W. H. King, Mrs. J. Allen by her father. She wore a gown of
Z'^tograms, requiring both the reMolfc, Mrs, Q. C. Molnar, Mrs. Ray embroidered organza, and had a
Robert T. Krause, seaman first tended the meeting.
f'erultment of additional nurses for
Porter, Mrs. Charles Reeves, Sr., corbnetof lilies, Her bouquet -was claas, U. S. Navy, of Hamilton aveT
.the. mljilaryjbx ttie_Red Cross, and
The more than 100 members and
Mrs1 Arnold Hewitt, Mrs. N. K. white carnationa and lillei of the nue, Leonardo, hat returned from guests who attended the spring
a large Increase in Red~C"ross elVll-_
:
David
Paige
oTtnTpubllciry-MaTT
Vanderbeek,"Hrs;
ArjrPatterSon,
Ian personnel for recreation, mecll- ~"~ Joins Council
lrrrP8clflo~wher«-he-new-on-80 rol»- dance- Saturday.-were..enthusiastic
valley. ;• : '. "
).f_the .New Jersey Bell Telephone Mrs.Xena Heller,.jMrsJ.rying_ Rink; - M r i XleMe Targon..of .AjnilyvJlJe.. iipna^ai_aj^]r£rejwman aboard a about the affair, In the opinion of
l pl l WltaTBT-clericalan
cal-«oclal
T
fompany was speaker and he'de- Mrs. Sam Blzsarro, Mrs. Worth O. Long Island, was matron of honor Martin Tarlner Sri long—raitgeOf Church Women
lTOre~iii---t;harge.—RoberV-Boakey_
work operations ln'*mi!ltary hospitcribed many of the inventions the khantz, Mrs. Hermann J. Wolf, and Miss Shirley Craig, the bride's seach flights. He was recently decals In the United States and overlast two or three years by employ- Mrs. Joseph P. Hintelmarin, Mrs. sister, waa maid of honor. Glenn orated with the Air Medal-and^ne, won a special prize and Richard
Mastrla received honorable menMrs. Frank Kuhl was elected es at., the telephone laboratories Richard Strausberger, Mrs. Harry
seas."
Alan Craig, seaman first class, U. gold star in lieu of a lecond Aif tion. In charge of the snack bar
president of the local United Coun- vhich have been of great value to
Hotchklss, Mrs. J.OBeph Oden- S. Naval Air Force, the bride's Medal. .
was Robert Farrow, chairman, ascil of Church Women at a re-organ- he armed.forces in World War 2. bach, Mrs. Bertha Merritt, Mrs. C.
brother, was best man,
The 22-year-old combat alrcre-w- sisted by Herbert Swungon and
ization meeting of the Red Bank The talk was illustrated with stere- Thnn, Mrsi Samuel Yanko,
(
The bride was graduated from man flew in search flights over the Mary Bottagaro. Pauline Graff,
Inter-Church Council of Women jpticon views, many of which were
Mrs. Minnie Boyd, Mrs. Carrie Mlddletown township high school. Sal pan, Manus, Iwo Jima, Ungayen chairman, was in charge or the
Reports of committee rendered at
yesterday at the Methodist church aken by Signal Corps photqgraCobb, Mrs. George W. .Young, Mrs. CpU Orland Is stationed with the gulf and Philippine Island areas door. Mrs. Burton Doremus, mem- a meeting Monday night of the of,
minister's study. The former foater- jhers.
Halph B. Sickels, Mrs. Fred J. Mun- Infantry at Queens Plaia. Long Ischurch council is now a part of the
Many of these articles, the pro-, den, Mrs. William P. Strode, Mrs. land. Upon their return from a prior to and after their invasion. bership ohairman, was hostess, Mr. ficial board of Embury Methodist
church,
Little
Silver,.at
the
home
United Council.
Perhaps
his
most
exciting
experMaking Christmas
and
Mrs,,R«p,
Fan-Is
visited
the
lucts of the Western Electric com- Harry L. Heaviland^ Mrs. Eleanor wedding trip to New England, the
ience during the long tour of duty canteen. Charlie England's Rhytb- of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Brounley ' i
Others elected were, Mrs. How- pany, were on exhibit and created King, Mrs. Jacob Yanko, Mrs; ErFavors For Soldiers
couple will reside at Jamaica, Long In the Pacific was during a recon- malres played for the dancing and of Silverton avenue, showed the>
ard S. Higglnson, first vice presi- much interest. The pictures de- nest Priest, Mrs. Albert VanNostIsland.
church finances to be in axcelUnt
naissance flight over a Jap airfield the floor show.
dent; Mrs. Donald Klopp, second scribed by Mr. Paige included
condition and attendance and In- m*r
Th» Girl Scouts of Northern vice president; Mrs. Charles A. hroat and lip microphones, switch- rand, Sr., Mrs. Edin S. Close, Mrs.
when anti-aircraft lire scored sevRobert Kaplan, vice president, tereit In the church at an all time
. DUGAN—MII,NE
' j
Monmouth county under the direc- Thunn, third vice president; Mrs. >oards, army telephone field sets, Irving M.' Doremus, Mrs. Fred
eral hiU on his plant. The plane took eharg* ot the Soar show,
'
1
tion of the county Junior Red Crose Robert Smith, secretary and Mrs. ele-typewrtters, announcing sys- Boyd, Mrs. Lawrence Roach, Mrs.
Mrs. Julia Dugan and James made the home base «aftly, how- Qeorge Quackenbush did a take-off high.
W.
H.
Porter,
Mr«.
Paul
W.
Yohl,
have undertaken the project of Hubert M. Farrow, Sr., treasurer. ems on battleships, sound tower
Members of the official board and
i
Vincenzo DeFillppo, Mrs. Milne, both of Middletown town- ever.
on Sinatra's "Saturday Night is tb« friends of the church who wish to 3
making Christmas decoration units Chairmen named were Mrs. A. V, lets, electrical gun directors and Mrs.
ship, were married Saturday, April
Krause la the son of Mr. and Mrs.
for servicemen overseas. These A. McHarg, program; Mrs. Farrow, >perational flight training. He said Marie Rosse, Mrs. Minretta De- 28, at the parsonage of the Red Otto C. Krause. He has recently Loneliest Night In the Week," fol- attend tfie- fourth quarterly conferJ
units must bo completed by June by-laws; Mrs. Kuhl, legislation ana he telephones were the backbone Mott, Mrs. Walter H. MacDougal, Bank Baptist church by the pastor, been spending a leave at his home lowed by June LJpplncott, who pre- ence, which' will start with a dinner
;
Mrs Albert Newman, Sr., Mrs. Dasented a tribute to the servicemen, June 7 at the Roaevelt tea room
in order to reach their destinations Mrs. Klopp, telephone.
'
f
army communication* and vid Spangenburg, Mrs. John F . Rev. Chgrles "A. Thunn. The at- and will soon reiume flying duty. "Ju«t a Prayer Away." Anne Dresin time for the holidays.
at 6:<8 p. m., are requested to give <
The council will, give its support imong other things, told how Green, Mrs. Michael O'Harra, Mrs.. tendants were Mrs. Charles A.
sier
and
Joyce
Eatelle
were
wall
retheir names to the committee by
Mrs. David Gardenler, vies chair- to the outdoor worship service pro- stringing of communication wires
Gardner, the bride's daughter, and
ceived In a close harmony rendition June 2. Mrs. Jefferson Davis, Mrs.
'
man of the Junior Red Cross, Is In gram of the Red Bank Recreation was done with the aid of aeroplanes. Alfred C. Beck, MrB. Pierre Holmes, Chris Jager. A reception followed
Mrs. Homer C. Mcthot.
of
"Dream."
Charlie
England
did
Oliver Dennis and Mrs. William T.
charge of the project and Miss Ber- council. In the past they supported
(
at the Molly Pitcher hotel.
Due to the shortage of men em
Mrs.
Stewart
B.
Cook,
Mrs.
Owen
a monologue on "The Sheik." Joan Sawyer comprise the committee.
nadlne Stewart, a member of the this work, maintained the Sojourn- iloyees, women operators, and. maThe couple are residing on the
O'Kane, talented tap dancer, was
Girl Scout council, is art chairman. ers club, an organization for wom- terials, Mr. Paige said there were trant, Mrs. Donald I. Oakley, Mrs. Haskell estate in Mlddletown townIlifford
A.
Spoerl,
Mrs,
David
AtInstallation
of
officer*
of
the
enthusiastically acclaimed for her
Each unit consists of 500 Christ- en defense workers; the Arm> 86,000 famlllee waiting . for teleship. Saturday night, employees of
kins,
Mrs.
Otto
F.
Beutell,
Mrs.
newly-organized
O'Brien
Major
* « a g cards for the men to send Wives club, for wives of men sta- phone service in New Jersey. Th
number a fast buck and wing.
Ihester Young, Mrs. James C. the Haskell estate gave in Inform- post, Veterans of Foreign WaraJ
home, 300 tray favors, 50 posters tioned at Fort Monmouth; the- rec- bottleneck" ho claimed, was tin
Three wills were probated in the
il party for the couple at their
Others present included William
of Neptune, waa held Saturday
for wall decoration with gay Christ- reation center for Earlo sailors on necessary slow-progress In the man Parkes, Mrs. Annie C. Worden, Mrs. lome.
office of Surrogate Dorman McFadnight, with Joseph L. White, de- Atkins, Robert Lovernldge, Bud din at Freehold yesterday. ,
mas scenes, SO three-dimensional West Bergen place and the Vai ufacture of switchboards, which re J. M. Kelly, Mrs. George White,
partment commander In charge, Warren, William Bernhardt, Wilcut-outs, 250 tree ornaments and Homes, open house parties. Activi- quires a "tailor-made job" for each Mrs. William Crlspell, Mrs. Myron V,
Mrs. Harriet C. Holmes, 10 South
COFFEy—BLAZO
Charles H. Jackson is the com- liam Knight, Nancy Severln, Jean street, Red Bank, who died April
one table centerpiece.
The deco- ties of the Sojourners, Army Wives installation. He promised, however, Brown, Mrs. Olive Croydon, Mrs.
Olsen, Robert Swannell, Don GanAnnouncement has been made of mander. ,rrations are so treasured that spne Vail Hgmes_ jind x e .c. r e a t l o n center the telephone company would get Elmer Dottrel],. Mrs. Arthur Ryer23, bequeathed her estate to her
The post was named, in memory «on, Robert Burns, Jerry Applefield director, returning from -the work has been stopped, as there caught up just as soon as possible. son, Mrs. E. W. Clark, Mrs. F. Amy he marriage of Frances Coffey,
Scales, Mrs. Marcia Towner, Mrs. eaman first class, WAVES, and of the late Benjamin E. O'Brien, gate, George Blnaco. David Dillon, daughter, Katharine H. Gronde and
Aleutians, reports the decorations i« no longer need for these projects,
Mr. Paige was assisted in his talk S. M. Hoffman, Mrs. John Banna, Staff Sgt. William Blazo, U. S. a veteran of World War one, and Robert Fuhrman, William Beek- appointed her executrix in a will
received at his bleak outpost were
The annual spring meeting of the by James Clark, who operated th Mrs, John A. Hayes, Mrs. H. Victor irmy Air Force, Saturday, April 7, the late Lieut. Russell F. Major man, Howard Kerjjlidy, Harry Sam- dated May 3, 1043.
taken down carefully and put away group will be Wednesday, June 6, picture machine. Gabe Molnar of
Leonard E. Hoffman, Interlaken,
time and time again, only to reap- at the Presbyterian church. Rev. the Asbury Park staff of the tele Parker, Mrs. JUchard Woodhead, it Washington, D. C. The bride Is of Ocean Grove, pilot of a Liber- per, Joan Madreperl, Gene Babbitt, who died April 24, left hla estate
pear for each new holiday, When Heary Smith Lelper, • executive of phone company, was a guest oi Mrs. J. Daniel Tuller, Mrs, Leon ho daughter of Mr. and Mro. Jos- ator bomber, who was killed Gloria Sandomeno, Ralph DeGen- to hie wife.
Pennlngton, Mrs. Jackson Murphy, iph Coffey of Union Beach. March 14 in the crash of a plane naro, Alfred Mathiasen, John Pohl,
asked why they were used for,other the World Council of Churches, will Lion Zellmann.
Mrs. Emma F. Merrell, Belmar,
Mrs, William VanBrunt, Mrs. ErTho bride is stationed in Wash- over England.
Virginia Harrison, Robert Clark, who died April 14, bequeathed her
than Christmas celebrations, he re- speak on "The World Church and
President Fluhr appointed a nom neBt Soden, Mrs. Russell H. Clark, ington, D. C. S g t Blaio has recentErnest
Blakely,
Robert
Frlck,
RobLieut.
Major
was
the
ton
of
Mr.
plied, "You have never been in the the World Order."
estate to her son, Arthur T. Merinating .committee, composed ol Mrs,
William
Bradshaw, Mrs.
returned from three and a half and Mrs. William, J. Major and ert Qualtenbush, Barbara Potter,
Aleutians where gay posters and
Past Presidents Lester R. Ross, Charles Gray, Mrs. John Muller and 'ears overseas duty. He holds the was married to Miss Ruth Lafferty Theodora Murphy, Margy Eatelle. rell.
favors are welcome at any season."
Mayor Charles R, English, Theo- Misses Grace Belth,. Flora Wlllguss, 'urple Heart, the Flying Medal and of Bradley™*Beach.
He wag a Barbara Rowe, Lois Kennedy, Gerdore J. Labrecque, Willie A. Clay Elizabeth Scoweroft and Mary MazPresidential citation. He U ata- nephew of Mr»r Harry Dennis, Jr., aldlne Houachlld, Barbara Bergen,
ton and Albert W. Worden to aug- zocca.
oned at an air base at Walterboro, of Fair Haven,
Carolyn VanSchoick, Jerry Johnjest officers of the club for the ne;
son, Virginia Smith, Herman Kilns;,
John Whelan, son of Mr. and
term, beginning July 1, and they
DeSILVA-GUISCHARD
Charles Papier, Neale Ryno, Pat Mrs. John Whelan, left for » • *+•'*
will report May 22.
Graham,
Ray
Coreale,
Jack
WelAnnouncement
is
mad.e
of
Navy Tuesday.
The Mlddletown War .Price and
the
An attendance prize presented by
gand, Richard Artin, Ray Johnson,
To Discuss "Equal
marriage of Miss Anita DeSUva,
Rationing board announced today
Mr. and Mrs. William Rungee,
Mr. Worden, was put Into the club's
Tom Davis, George Springsteen, Sr. had as guests over last week- <
that due to a serious shortage of
aughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
blind fund, after four members, G.
Rights Amendment
Harry Patterson, end, Mr. and Mrs. William Rung**,
A shower for Mr. and Mrs. Cort- Redlck of Bayonne, and James E.
sugar it has been necessary to reHarold Nevlus, Wilbur F. Gardner,
The Eatontown auxiliary of the Ray Schmit,
duce the amount of sugar to be al'rank Merritt and James A. Wor- land Ogderi of Keansburg, whose Guischard, son o f ' Mrs. Rachael Red Cross collected more than 1,- Louise Taylor, Connie Bowen, Lois Jr. and eon of North Bergen.
lotted for home canning and prehome
was
recently
destroyed
by
Maolntosh,
Bert
Bulkin, Peggy
Mrs. Francis W. Hopkins, presl den tied in guessing the correct
Guests at the home of Mr. and
erry of Eatontown, March 31 at 500 pounds of clothing in that borserving. Consumers will be grant- dent of the New Brunswick League answer, which was there are 65 per- fire was given last week at the Bayonne, The couple were married ough for the national clothing drive, Wymbi, Doris Gero, Betty Schanti, Mrs. Albert Courtier are Mrs. Aled a maximum allowance of sugar of Women Voters, and former state sons Dn the pay-roll at the Re meeting of Raritan grange at Key- by Rev. Mr. Ackenson of Newark. according to a report given yester- Judy' Ryerson, Florence Finelli,- bert Courtier, Jr. and her daughter
for home use in canning and pre- league chairman of legislation, wil Bank postofflce, including Actln port.
Mr. and Mrs. Guischard are resid- day by the branch chairman, Mrs. Phyllis Welnetein, Betty Madure, Judy of Boston.
serving not to exceed 15 pounds pe~r speak at the annual luncheon meet Postmaster Frederick Crlne. Th<
A contribution was voted toward ing in New York city.
Mrs. Anna Carr is a patient at
Leslie D. Seely. Anthony Rattl Dorothy McCarthy, Bud Ruddy,
persons, of which five pounds may Ing of the Red Bank Regional awards and questions will be furn the expenses of the national grange
',
gave his store space for a collec- Charles Garvey, Ted MOM, Jr., Monmouth Memorial hospital.
be used for jams and jellias. The League of Women Voters Tuesday
building
at
Washington,
D.
C,
and
Miss Nellie Murphy lias b*W
;
tion depot, and through the efforts Mario Glgllo, Dominlo CleraenU,
maximum for a family of eight per- at the Jled Bank Woman's club. ishcd next Tuesday night by I n plans were discussed for a picnic
spending
a
f
e
n
days
at
Bayonne.
Frank
RavndaJ,
Leila
Peters,
RobCrousc, Edwin R. Conover am
of Councilman Frederick B. Philsons or more will be 120 pounds.
Plans for the meeting and for elec Mayor Charles R. English.
Thursday, June 28, at the home of
ipps, borough trucks were used to ert Summers, William Frances, ' Cpl. Charles Mason. Is spending
Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy B. Collins at
The canning sugar coupons are tlon of officers were made at an extransport clothing to the receiving James Feehen, Peter Levy, Amos a 15-day furlough at home.
Haslet.
Issued In units of one pound and ecutive board meeting Tuesday a
While at work, William Hamburg ",
Word has been received of the ar- depot in Red Bank.
Nowak Richard Davis, Dorothy
five pounds. In usinjs, the five- the home of Mrs. Harry J. Carlln
An "Information Please" program rival In the South Pacific of Lieut.
Assisting with collection, pack- Strasburger, Frank Keller, Joanne caught his left hand In a machine.
pound coupon for obtaining sugar, at Fair Haven.
waa arranged by the lecturer, Miss Edwin L. Brower, U. S. Signal ing and sorting were Mrs. Cathe- Dunbar, Peter Slekels, Daniel Conn, It was necessary to remove part of the consumer must Bign his name
Nana Helwlg. The grange board Corps, whose home is at 42 Throck- rine Butler, Mrs. Roy Bennett, Mns. Alica Mazzaroppi, Armond Galella one finger.
.'
Mrs. Hopkins will apeak on the
to the coupon, and enter on it the equal rights amendment. The state
of experts Included Miss Lois niorton. avenue, Eatontown.
Scout Mothers of troop 88 arc
,
Kenneth West, Mrs. Clifford Brow- and Anita tonga.
PFC Earl S. Smith of Conastota, Sproul, Mrs. Robert Calt, Mrs.
number of his ration book, which lengue is not in favor of this amendtaking contributions for the Boy
Lieut. Brower was commissioned er, Mrs. Eugene Vlereck, Mrs.
book must also be shown to the ment, nor is the New Jersey State Ne\y York, U. S. Marine, was killed Thomas Rathbone, Henry Warnock, October 25 last at Fort Monmouth
Scout drive.
grocer when making the purchase. Federation of Women's clubs, o and four other servicemen attach Harry S. Willey and Edward E. and left for overseas i» March. He Thomas Catchpole, Mrs. Ira WolFred Frelbott, Jr., son of Mr. and
i
cott, Mrs. Fred Steelman, Mrs. BenThe average soldier uses about the Americnn Association of~"Unl- ed to the Earle ammunition depo Bennett.
has
a
brother,
Petty
Officer
Robert
Mrs. Fred Frelbott, celebrated hl» '
jamin VanKeuren, Mrs. Herbert
were
injured
early
Saturday
wher
twice as much sugar In a year as verslty Women, Representatives o:
T. Brower, U. S. Navy, on active Werner, Mlssee Blanche and Mita
Under the direction of Miss Jan- 12lh birthday Tuesday with a theadoes the average civilian on the the local groups of theBe organiza- an automobile in which they wen
duty in the Pacific. Both were em- Battln, Lillian Dangler and Eliza- et K. Zimmerman, post librarian at ter party. Attending were. Ken«
home front. The armed forces are tions have been invited to attend, returning to the post ran off As
ployed
by
the
Signal
Corpa
before
Fort
Monmouth, "an In-etrvice" neth Acker, Gerald Rudden,, Raybeth Hlgginson.
bury avenue, near route 33 cuto
expected to take one million tons Mrs. Leslie D. Secly is chairman.
entering the service.
training course for the Gray Lady mond Mason and John Quackenand
turned
over
several
times.
of sugar In 1945. which lend-leasc
library group is in progress. The bush.
Mrs. Joseph F. Hunter, leagu
State troopers from Shrewsbury
Since most of the convelcscent
to ravaged Europe nnd other excourse will present a picture of
ports will account for another 6.00,- president; Mrs. Joseph L. Tur-noi haiTuclts went to the scene. Th sailors at the Naval hospital in Asbackground proceedings with leads
000 tons. There has been a decrease acti Mrs. James VnnNostrnn'd yes Oakhurst first aid ambulance an< bury Park come from great disto correct circulation of reading
in Cuban production a.s well as in terday attended the annunl meetin one from Earle responded to call tances, and do not always have the
A stork shower was given Friday material, special types of reference
and took the injured to the depo money to' telephone home to their
the production of sugar beets in or the state league in Newark.
Harry Jones, a delegate to the for Mrs. Walter Reid by Miss Hel- books, and blbllo-theraphy. The
(The Red Bank RegliUr e»n b« bousht
hospital. They are recovering.
this country. Sugar refineries and
families, officials of radio station YMCA Youth Government Area en Ciezeskl and Mrs. Mary Smith lecturers are Miss Zimmerman, In Mlddletown Village at J. C. Knlfht'<
sug:ar growers In {he United Sfntes
WCAP have stnrled a special "tele- legislative convention held Satur- at Mrs. Smith's home on Chestnut Miss June- ArnUorff, Miss'Margaret •tore)
arc faced with sorlou.i manpower
The Social club will meet tomorphone home fund" for these boys. day in New Brunswick, was nom- street. .
Davison, Miss Mary Barrett, Miss
and machinery problems. 'Sugar
To date more than $140 has been inated for "Boy Governor" but lost
Attending were Mns. Helen Ma«- Laurrene Chene, Mies Ruth Scar- row night at Mechanics hall.
stocks are at n wartime low.
borough
and
Miss
Helen
Hitchlngs,
Mrs. Charles G. Bennett, Sr. and
given.
out In tho election by one vote. He xa, Mrs, James Bly, Mrs. Alice MulHighlands LlonB club at its meetContributions may be sent to tho was lator chosen aa "speaker" of ler, Mrs. Millie Kane, Mrs. Pauline Other speakers are Col. Edward Mies Louise Hartshorne have reIn spite of'all these factors, there Jlng Tuesday night at Ccdnr inn enLazaro, Mrs. Mary Applcgate, Mrs. Coate*, commanding officer, Fort turned from spending several days
is enough sugar to can 5.234,000.000 dorsed the project of the borough
•Republican incumbent Commis- station in Asbury Park convention the assembly.
Monmouth regional hospital, Lieut. with Mrs, Boas Magulre at Mlquon,
quarts of fruit,—more than has post-war'planning hoard for exten- ioner Henry Mlhm was ro-elocted hall, Tho money contributed is put
Other delegates included Jack Mary Lewis, ,Mr«. Violet Kozek, Col. Jerome Solomon, and Miss Pennsylvania,'
Mrs, Magulre to
ever been canned at home in the sion of Fifth -street to Atlnntic Tuesday In the Monmouth Beach into a pool and turned over to Capl, Ackley and Harold Shomo of Red Mrs. Grace Davis, M M . Mary ScotEdith CroweU, gray lady and librar- MrB. Bennett's daughter.
Turvllle,
hospital
head,
who
Is
in
tl,
MM.
Nellie
Smith,
Mrs.
Julia
Puhistory of the country,—more thnn
nnd straight .through to commission contest, polling a high
Bank, Raymond Carter of Little
Dr. and Mrs. W. C. Rogers have
enough to meet all legitimate home Cheerful plncp, 'Wntnr Witch. This voto of 322. Elected with him were hargo of the fund, "Telephone Silver and Vernon Rathbone of jBumano,. Mrs, Anna .Shields, Mrs. ian of the New York society library.
rented Miss Rachel Taylor's house.
Mary Tomaro, Mrs, Wanda Llllle,
canning needs. Housewives are will mnlto available the finest bath- Thomns E. Nichols, 284, and Mor- Homo Fund" calls will atnrt Sun Keyport.
Miss Taylor has left to spend the
Mrs. Judy Field, Mrs, Anna Prigourged as a patriotic duty to use this ing beach in the vicinity, at the gan Wooilpy, 283.
clay, Mother's day.
PROMOTED TO MAJOR
summer in California with her sisskl, Mrs. Anna Janaaki, Mrs. Wansugar wlBely. Experience him shown, foot -of-. Atlantic .street.'. nfltL.Jnlftp ~.Maypr._A_O. jlohnson and Comter, Miss Catherine Taylor.
Announcement
da
Clszeakl
and
Minses
Rose
Mazwas
made
this
that one pound of su|;nr can he av(Mt the parking eonprstinn along
- HOME .FROM OVERSEAS
iKBloncr Oatp.rmnn tliil "not" seek'
za, Joan Bly, Louise Raymond, Teta week at the Eastern Signal Corps
Sgt. Raymond Bohn, who Is a paused to mnltp four qunrls of canned Fifth 'street.
Cpl, Charles !>'. Mnson, husband
re-elect
Ion.
Ferraro, Frnncen Shields and An- training center at Fort Monmouth tient at England General hospital
fruit In a light syrup. Instead of llir
The biisin project In being ripvi1!of Mrs. Francos Schumacher Mnson
Dpfcntcd
iMimliilittps
running
In
glo
Llllle.
of
the
promotion
of
Capt.
Walter
in
Atlantic City, spent the weekheavy syrups formerly UHPC! when (I[M''I Hi'.rl will eventually work In
The Little Silver mayor nnd counopposition to the Republicans worn of Mntuwiin, has iptmnocl to the
C. Crawford to the rank of major. end at his homo,
*sui?nr was plentiful.
with the extension of Fifth street F>T<1 Homer with'112 votes and United Stntcs after'2hmonths' ac- cil TucHdny night authorized payMn j . Crawford, who graduated from
E. W. Swackhamer, Jr., seaman
ment of county taxes of $8,382.80
and the Imthlng bench.- Recorder Edward T. Seek', 97.
ttvp. duty overseas,
Yale university in 1030, waa com- second class, U, S. Navy, spent the
Frnnk J. Hull and Councilman John
He Is In the Mcclle/il Corps, nnd nnd county library taxes of $114.07.
missioned a second lieutenant In week-end with his mother, Mrs.
A minute of /jllent prayer was obRant, LionH, *rc members of. the
WIIB attuchod to Iho 38th Texas" In
MISS LAVIIA nt'CK.
tho Officers Reserve Corps that Swackhamor, Sr.
planning hoard.
fantry division, which «•»> tho firs served for V-E day,
A
review
of
Ruaaln
based
on
Edyear and attained his captaincy in
Mr. and Mrs. Victor E. GrowlngOffers for 32 lols In a section of
Miss Laura*Buck, 65, who lived to lnntl at Stilcrno, Italy. Soptem
Announcement wiw mtulo nt the
gar Snow's "Pooplo On Our Side"
• Sunday morning, May 13, »t 0:30 mcMIng Ilinl Die L\onn nlul) golil most of hor life In Colt's Neck, bcr, 1943, He suw action In Itnl; Sllvonvhlte Gardens will be given was given by Mrs. Everett Thome, 1041. Ho is now assistant inspector er, Mrs. ROHO Hay and Mrs. Irving
o'clock, the night Rev. Witllnce J. and
medals will be. awarded ilii'il ypnti'rcliiy murnlnK in lliisinril until August, 10H when his dlvls further consideration a t an ad- president of tho missionary group general In the Inspector genoral's W, Hanco attended tho dinner'rheetoftlco at Fort Monmouth.
- - Ipg Friday, opening tho Boy Scout
Gardner, D. ]}., 1.1tehop of New Jer- for Ihp 1 Dth conflerutlvp -your,to the hospital nfte.r u long IHIH'BH,
Ion bernmo part of Gon, Aleximdfl jjourned mooting noxt Wednesday of tho Woman's Society of Christdrive ht tho.HonioHtoiul Inn, Atlannight.
iht
sey, will visit Ht. John's chnpel at Highland!* grammar school grnduSIIO had resided for some tlmo In Patch's Seventh Army, which
Ian Service of Embory Methodist
tic Highlands. Tho drive opened
Little Silver, Ht which time u
a i d hljrhrM in Hcholiimhlp. Prcn T)nton
3,882 riECES OF CLOTHING
l'
church, Llttlo Silver, at a meeting
thin week nnd will bo concluded
Tuesday
night
at
the
home
of
Mrs.
Fort
Monmouth'a
contribution
to
Thursday, May 24.
W?^>?^.^i^^;ma«
The sermon wil) lie delivered by t|1B
~imrrcIfipR
llo WIIH awardod'tfi'o Bronzo'Btn
tho bishop, and Rev. M. A. Barnes Uon ChnrlcJt Grpcnfldlil,
Surviving nln<i l« n brolhrr, Alfred Modal, Good Conduct Medal and hold yoHterday boforo Judga John C. torostlng discussion followed.
officially ended April 80, although oharge of collecting contributions
anil Rev. Robert H Anderson will
<.', ISurli uf Colt's Neck, '" '
European .'Theater of Operation Giordano, in which Honry Wlnflold
Tho rovltw and discussion of the olothlng Is still being turned In at for tho Amorlcan Cancer society
COIJNTV 1HUTII8
slno" havp. H part In the service,"
Bcrvtoea will be held tomorrow ribbon wl\h four slurs.
of Hriidloy Bench suotl R. Bruce book will bo continued at tho next the fort, amounted to 3,362 article! drive.
Thin will lio lliu only nervli.'o of
To Mr, nnd Mrs, J,eHoy Smith of, ul '!• |i. in,- nl tho Wllllnm H, FrooAt present 'be In enjoying, u 15- VOBJCI of Oakh'urtjt for Injuries re- mooting to bo held June 12 nt the of clothing and shoos, with 11? InMlddletpwn village resldonts coltho liny, and It Is .nluiined to have Atlnntl' lllxliluiKla, n riiiuglitor, last iiiiin |unarm homci |n Froohuld nnd
ceived lu ajLjuito acldent Juno 9, homo o( Mrs, Walter Morris Df dividual contributions, according to lociod six truck-loads of clothing
day
furlough
with
IIIH
.wile,
nfto
1
;
tho cllvircli iichuul Join In lliU »er night'lit Rlvprvlew hnsplliil.
liilei-iiirnl \s\\\ Hike jilnct In Mnplc-. which ho will rotui'n to the Thomii 1044, was ioTTllh for $000 In" fnvor Rumson road, Molvln Ballet' will Capt. Stanford R, Hipedal, post In- for the national olothlng drive.. *
vice, Trie day of prayer and tlianUnTo Mr. »nd Mm, Edward Camer- wooil remrtpry, Freehold,
M, England Gtinernl hospltnl nt At of the plaintiff.' Mr, Wlnflelu wai be In charge of the meeting It surance and war bonds officer, who
glvlnjr prooliilmed by
on of Holmn>l, n. son, yenterdny at
lanllo City tor further mod lea' rnpresDnlod by Parsons, Labrocqut, which all women In the community was In charge of the campaign for
Truman will alts b* ob«ry«d.
Monmouth Memorial hoiplttl.
are Invltad,
Back the Atteck-Buy War BoniUl treatment,
thU post. «
•
» -•
Canzona and Combs of Red Bank.
Church Group
Re-Organized
Arrangements were completed at
a meeting Tuesday evening of the
Red Bank Lions club-at tho Molly
Pitcher hotel for the annual meeting of the Lions club of the Monm'outh region to be held next Tuesday night at 8:30 o'clock. Indications are there will be large delegations present from the clubs at
Fair Haven, Atlantic Highlands,
Highlands,
Keansburg,
Asbury
Park, Freehold and Engllshtown.
Deputy District Governor John
Hawkins, who Is first vice president of the Red Bank club, will be
In charge and a speaker will be
District Governor Rusaell P. Dey
of the Trenton club.
President William A. Fluhr of the
Red Bank club will welcome the
guesW and the entertainment program will be <iln . charge of Fred
Zellmann, Jr., and Dr. James G.
VanNostrand, co-chairmen of the
speakers and entertainment committee. The speaker will be Capt.
Gilb,ert Hoover, USN, the now commandant at the Naval ammunition
depot at Earle, who wjll describe
some of his experiences as captain
of a battleship in the South Pacific
area the past year or BO!
An Informal reception waa held
in honor of Lieut. Randolph Bailly,
son of John E. Bailly, Jr., who recently returned after having been
a
German
prisoner. President
Fluhr said it was a fin"e remembrance of V-E day to have Lieut.
Bailly as a guest and that the
Lions were proud of him. Recently Lieut. Bailly was a guest of Man:i (tor Drehnan at a-steak dinner at
On 60 Missioni
In Pacific Area
Embury Methodist
Church Flourishing . '
Girl Scouts Help
Junior Red Cross
Installation By
VFW At Neptune
Wills Probated
Change In Sugar
Canning Allotment
League Plans
Annual Event
Port Monmouth
Eatontown Group
Collects Clothes
Raritan Grange Aids
Keansburg Couple
Lieut. E. L. Brower
In South Pacific
One Marine Killed,
Four Others Hurt
For Grey Ladies
Telephone Home
Fund Started
Given For
Harry Jones Named Party
Mrs. Walter Reid •
Assembly "Speaker"
Highlands Post-War
Approved By Lions Republicans Win
At Monmouth Beach
County Taxes Paid
At Little-Silver
Missionary Group
Of W. S. C. S. Meets
Bishop Gardner To
Visit Little Silver
% i
>
'
..._
•
Middletown Village
RED BANK REGISTER, MAY 10, 194.5
park, accompanied by Everett
intenance, are not complete," Dr.
Thorn* of Little Silver and Denny
ewman said. "To them mu«it be
Martin of Red Bank, are enjoying
added an unknown quantity of
on Jewelry, Sliver, Musical Instrumental,
a week's trout fishing trip at Hackntal and X-ray examinations, diCamera*, Blnocnlan, etc
ettstpwn.
gnoses, prophylaxes, and various
UeuHd and hoadad bx SUU ol N. J.
eatment procedure!. No out
Gilbert H. White, machinist's
WE PAT CASH FOB OLD GOLD Mid SO-VEB
now* how many of each would be
mate third class, of the U. S. Navy,
leeded, yet they are a part of this
is home after 15 months' service in
>roblem which is -of monumental
the South Pacific. He Is the son
mportance
in
a
country
which
of Forman B. White of Riverside
Red Bank Dentist
208 Broadway
.
Lout Branch
XUU the best dental care and the His Squadron
Heights and has been in 11 invaDON'T FRET I WE'LL FIX IT I
••
•
- .
sions," Including the Philippine camghest' standard of professional
Tells State Society
Decorated
For
paign. He has a 21-day leave after
ental service in the world.
WE
litnoly Phsnfl , , .
which he will report back to the
"The overall situation, while ofOf Public Needs
Extreme Herosism
PICK VP
Pacific coast for - further assignering excellent prospects for reEATONTOWN 471-M
AND
ment.
iatablishmejAt of private practice to
Poitwar dentiatry, while offering entists returning from military Staff Sgt George W. Wilson, 37, Ralph Brower of Headden's CorDELIVER
FOR GUARANTEED
, bright future to member! of the service, Is an extremely alarming hoae wife, Mrs. Miriam Wilson, ner Is employed on the Ira Crouse
profession returning from service ne from a public health stand- esides with her parents, Mr. andfarm. The farm was formerly ownRADIO REPAIRS
80-82 BROAD STREET
RED BANK with
Mrs.
Charles
Vogel
of
the
Holmdelthe armed forcep, facet a crit- lolnt"
ed by William B. Conover.
ical problem in providing profes- Th* answer to the problem, Dr. Keyport road, Is now enteitled to Seaman Second Class Vincent Euear the coveted blue and gold- gene O'Neill haB arrived at the Nasional care for the general public, ewman declared, Is two-fold:
Dr. Eugene W. Newman of Red 1. Dental health education and ramed Presidential Unit Citation val Training station at Norfolk,
CENTRAL RADIO AND TELEVISION
:
Bank, president of the New Jeraey estoratlon programs supported by bbon.
Virginia, to undergo training for
Sl> MAIN STKE
(Open Evenings)
ASBUBY PARK
State Dental Society, declared yes- community, state and federal fund*. Overseas since November, 1943, duties aboard a n e w destroyer. He
terday.
'
Wilson serves as Chief Intelli- recently completed a period of
2. Expansion of the ranks of the }gt.
Addreewing the officer* and trus- ental profession by greater en- ence NCO-in a squadron of the training at the Naval Training Centees of the society at Its 75th an- couragement of qualified young rack 362d Fighter group, "Theter, Sampson, New York. He Is
WITH GBAIN SPIRITS nual meeting at the Newark Ath- people to take up the study of dent- Maulers," commanded by 'Col. Jo- the son of Raymond J. O'Neill ofletic club, Dr. Newman urged that stry as a vital service to their fel- eph I* "UncIeflJoe" Laughlin of Statesir place, O'Neill has a brother
40
MOTHER'S
more qualified young men andlowmen and as a satisfying career imafoa, Nebraska. The, group, fly- Raymond, a machlnlet's mate first
RESERVE STH
ng 2,000 HP P-47' Thunderbolts, class in the Navy.
women be encouraged to take lip [or themselves,
was
decorated
for
"extreme
hero7 the study of dentistry "a* a vital 'In the matter it dental health,"
service to their fellowmen and asD>r. Newman declared, "most people sm" in action against the enemysatisfying career for themselves. fail to recognize-their obligation to nd has flown from forward bases
Lincroft
$
Snappy, , small, medium ant
in England and France.
themselves, their family and their
large brims, dressy or tailored. .
Prior
t
o
'
entering
the
service
(The
Roil
Bank
Register can be bought
ommunity. Many who can afford
lo pay for dental care have not March 18, 19-12," Sgt.-Wilson was em-in Unaoll from Charles Toop)
learned that dental health Is so es- loyed by the Second National Tech. Sgt. Frank Toop and Mrs.
LABEL STH
ential that it must be obtained, ank and trust company of eRd Toqp and their son Robert left this
iven If some luxuries must be sac-Bank. The son of Mr. and Mre.week for a visit at Washington, D.
•lflced. Many neglect their teeth Fred S. Wilson of Keyport.he is en- C, before returning to their home
sm
Beautiful Felta and Straw*,
because of the traditional, but un- itled to wear two campaign stars in Arizona.
91
any, color matched.
ounded fear of dental service. or action in England and France. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Domldlon are
Most- people who cannot afford to All members of The Maulers wear parents of a daughter born SaturSK.95
pay for their own dental care do 'residential Unit Citation ribbons day, at Riverview hospital.
not get it because their communi- or action last August 25 when Col. Harry A. Schilt of Lynbrook,
Laughlln
led
his
group
in
diveties have failed to recognize their
HILDICK BLACK LABEL HIRAM WALKER
Long Island, spent the week-end at
136 Broad Street, near Peters Place
obligation to their citizens. An- bombing German naval forces in Brookdale farm with his son and
Brest harbor. Despite intense anti- daug-hter-in-law, Sgt. and Mrs. RayAPPLE B R A N D Y
other
important
factor
in
making
ROCK AND RYE
aircraft
fire
from
the
ships
and
dental care available to all is the
Phone Red Bank 336
mond V. Schilt. ,
uneven distribution at dentists. oastal batteries, the Thunderbolts Mrs. Donald Heck, a Brookdale
lank
a
cruiser,
damaged
another
Many
areas,
particularly
in
rural
QT.'
P.T.'
FIFTH
farm resident, has moved to Taareas, are Inadequately supplied md left l i merchant vessels aflame. coma, Washington. •„
In one year of combat, ending
with dental personnel.
ast February 8, The Maulers de- Lieut, i Theodore Richart, U. S.
'Dental care Is one of the least stroyed and damaged 202 German Navy, is a new resident of Brookcostly of health services; yet If aircraft, 2,732 trucks, 483 tanks and dale farm.
PUERTO-RIC-AN—
f , ,
d 280§— railroad Mrs. Leon Gall in and son Stephen
dentol disease -ia allowed-to-peraisL
"~PUERTORICAN
have returned-from-SyWcuae;-New,
until great damage is done, the cost armofea ZaTS"and": ; §
SI1VER OB
of correcting it is higher: All In ars. In one day'alone, January 22, York, where they"ha\e been visiting
AMBER LABEL
.11, it Is not dental care, but -dent- ;he group sighted German columns' Mrs. Philip Harris.
.14Miss Margaret Smith and .Mrs.
al neglect that U expensive.
92 4-5 QT.
retreating from the Ardennes, sa- Raymond
4-5PT."
4-SPT.
Schilt spent a few days
~
^
r
t
f
l
lent, destroying
and damaging .490 | _Ne.w_Xork™cit}t_laatl
,
Hnralf-trartrtr-10-tanks-flHd..
n
"Recent studies," Dr. Newman percentage of people receiving: dentLieut, and Mrs. L. R. Tipton had
said, "show that along with ipcreae- al care In this country is higher 55 light and heavy field guns.
as their house guest last week,
Injr public recognition of the im-than the percentage of those receivportance of adequate professional ing It In any other country In the
Mrs. R. A. Michall of Dallas, Texas.
Riverside
Heights
HATCHES .- EVERY WED., SAT? & SUN.
dental service hag come the realiza- world, even In those lands where
• David Hood, Jr., Merchant Mation
that
there
are
not
enough
dentrine, has returned to New York,city
5TH
It Is Included In a compulsory InR«d Bank HtKlater can-be ljousht for a new assignment.'
ists In the country to care fully for surance system. The American In (The
H«adden'» Corner »t O'Flaherts'i
the needs of the population.
.ML?s Lillian Hudson ot Columbia
dental profession, realizing what a General itore)
PRICES—REDS & LEGHORNS
STH
"The approximately 70,000 dent- costly toll dental neglect, takes of Miss Mary Elizabeth Finn, daugh- university, spent the week-end with
ists in this country of some 130,- he national health, has long work- ter of Mr. and Mrs* Thomas Finn Mrs. Lewis S. Thompson, Sr., of
94 000,000
YOUR ORDER
represents a ratio of about ed toward extending the benefits of Chapel Hill road, has been aworn Brookdale farm. Mrs. Geraldlne
5TH
one dentist per 1.800 patients. Of of dental service to all.of the people Into the •Woman's Army Corps. Babcock of Woodbury, Long Island,
SHOULD BE
these, nearly 22,000 dentists are now 'A dental health program for all She will leave Monday for Des la visiting Mrs. Thompson.
Lots of 5 0 in military service. , Almost 45 perthe people of the country can beMolnes, Iowa, where she will re- Mr. and Mrs. Leon Alle and fam5TH
PLACED IN
cent of all dentists are 55 years of put into action only when the lead- ceive her basic training. .Miss ily ot Marlu farme have moved to
age or older, while 50 per cent are ership of American dentistry Is metFinn attended Mlddletown town- Marlboro.
ADVANCE
2
5
Lots
of
with equal leadership In govern- ship high school and was formerly Mrs. Julia Malley and Mrs. WillSTH
45 or over."
ment—in
th«
community,
in
the
iam
Woodward
went
to
LaGuardia.
employed
by
the
Signal
Corps
Before the war, Dr. Newman reTel. Red Bank 3574 M
Ground Signal Agency at Long Field laat week to bid good bye
vealed ,the mortality rate of the state and In the nation."
Branch.
to Mrs. Woodward's husband, Willprofession, by death and retirement, was 2,200 each year, while
Mr«. Patricia Sheehan of Cali- 4am Woodward, carpenter's mate
FARM — NEWMAN SPRINGS ROAD
Sea Bright
the birth rate of new dental school
fornia Is at the home of her father, third class, U. S. Navy, who has
California Wines
California Wines
graduates was only 1,700. This, he (The Red Bank Register can ba bough Leverltt Glosten of Wilmort park. been home on leave. He left for
S«a Bright at Mcrris Weism&n'a and
pointed out, means that there was In
Mrs. Sheehan has been living in California.
POET - SHERRY - MUSCATEL PORT - SHERRY - MUSCATEL
an annual deficit of 500 dentists, Cartel's atoris)
California for some time and arriv- Edith Mauser and Lois Owens,
Mr.,
and
Mrs.
Herman
Schneider
and that dentistry was a decreasing
members of the junior class
celebrated their 21st wedding an ed Sunday for an indefinite stay. with
profession.
"
Miss Muriel Davis and Miss Edith at Middletown Township h i g h
.60 •A GAL.
W.14 5TH
last Friday with a party Hughes
'A GAL
scchool,
attended a theater party
"The new* that in 1914 there wer niversary
are
employed
at
the
cloththeir Ocean avenue home. They Ing factory of John Savage at Red at New York
city yesterday.
2,470 students in the dental school at
received
many
gifts
from
friends
Mrs. James Henna-hane attended
UMtier preMMt iax laws ike ttV—ft** of
of the-country Is encouraging; it in- and relatives. At the party were Bank.
dicates that the unfavorable death- Misses Loin Schneider, williesa First Lieut. Harold Hill, son of the fourth annual choral concert
MADERA BRAND
birth ratio has been halted for th
given"
by
employees
of.
the
Singer
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Hill of FairPROFITS
time being, at least However, there Axelsen, Kariette Karp, Joan and field Gardens, who was recently maunfacturing company at ElizaCalifornia Wines
California Winei
is a question as to whether the new Jacklyn Eosenberg, Mrs. Jack transferred to a camp in Texas, has bethport. Mr. Hennahano Is a
Rosenberg, Harry Herman and again been transferred to Fort member of the choral. This week
ratio is only temporary.
Port
The gigantic problem which the Mrs. Arnold Rosenthal.
Knox, Kentucky, where he is a Mr. and Mrs. Hennahanc attended
Port
INCOME
dental profession and the American Mrs. Charles. Ellenberger of member of a tank division.
a dinner given by the choral at the
Sherry.
Sherry
Ocean
avenue
Is
a
patient
in
Monpublic
must
face,
Dr.
Newman
said,
The Middletown village social company recreation house.
Muscatel
Hosoatel
FIFTH
FIFTH
ia reflected m recent studies which mouth Memorial hospital where she club'will hold a game social in the Lieut. James Callaharie is home
show that:
underwent an appendectomy.
•ooms of Middletown council Jr. O.from California on a 30-day leave.
To give all American children be- Councilman and Mrs. Harry Lov- U. A. M. in Eilert's hall on King's He will return to Borden general
Lei M said ]>oa oar emm»l hnchmt bowtween 6 and 18 the fillings they gren entertained at dinner Satur- highway, tomorrow evening. Re- hospital In Oklahoma, at the coming wttf you ihaald invest for appreciation.
need to restore their mouths to
day night Guest of honor was their freshments will be served and pletion of his leave.
American Vermouth
American Vermouth
healthy condition, would require
V-E Day services were hold Tuesson Thomas who was confirmed prizes awarded.
First New Jersey Securities Company
total of 244 million fillings. An ad-that . afternoon in Holy Cross Mrs. George Pierce of Sleepy Hol- day night at, the Lincroft chapel
Incorporated
SWEET OB DBT
SWEET OB DRY
ditional 33 million fillings every church, Present were Mr. and Mrs. low road, who has been a surgical with Stanley Stilwell In charge.
year would be needed to keep up Einar Lovgren, Mrs. Audolf Lov- patient at Rivervlew hospital, has Prayers of thanksgiving were given.
803 Mattison Avenue
with new cavities in the mouths o gren, Mrs. Ernest Lovgren, Mr. and returned home.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred B. Fink of
Asburif
Park, New Jersey
these
children;
Elizabeth
were
week-end
guesta
of
Mrs.
George
Harvey,
Mr.
and
Mrs.
QUART
Mrs.
Edward
Cook,
who
is
a
surFIFTH
To give American adults the fill Thomas Jordan, Misses Hary Mac gical patient at Monmouth Memor- Mr. and Mrs. William Bal. Mr. and
ings they need to restore the! Partland, Betty, Peggy, Marlon, ial hospital, ds reported as getting Mrs. Louis Summers and Miss Mary
Jtjsx mail thii •dvertisemctx wtthjont
mouths to healthy condition, wouli Edith, Gosta and Bobby Lovgren. along all right and hopes to return Summers were their guests-.Sunrequire
a
total
of
285
million
fill
S
S
MAMB
day.
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Bal
are
visiting
soon
to
her
home
on
the
Gobhardt
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
The Infant daughter oj Mr. and
friends at Elizabeth.
Tb« Township Committee of ihe.Town«bip of VIddletown; Uonmouth County, ings. An additional 79 million fill Mrs. Jerome Welch, who was born farm estates.
=
ADDRJKS
N J will rweivn Mill on Mar IRth, 1946, at I P. M. Eastern War Time, al ings each year would be needed i May 1 at.Hazard hospital, has been
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lovett Taytha Middletown Township Hall, Mlddletowrc. N. J., for the following- road materials
keep up with new cavities . tha
And we will a<pd yoa vitbout COK oc oUi«*cioa'> COPT of cnt leaflet,
lor of New York city were week- Got an ice box to sell? Want to
named
Petra
Ellen
Welch.
form In the mouths of these adults
1. Road Grave! <6" compacted)
apprra, U,000 sq. yds,
buy a fur piece? You can buy and
"The A d r u o t a vf Profits o r a Income."
Mrs. Leroy Lay ton expects to oc- end guest* of Mr. Taylor's parents. sell
1. Road (irsvel
1.
:
"
300 cu. yds.
through
The
Register's
want
The
removal
of
irreparable
teeth
Mr.
and
Mrs.
Robert
F.
Taylor
of
1. Tar Gr»d» RT 1 or I
.T
"
. 62,000 Call.
cupy
the
chair
as
president
of
the
ads. They're the most widely read
in the mouths of adults would ne L d l '
SA. Asphaltlc Oil. Grade Mel
.
"
82.000 itals.
i
auxiliary
of the flre com. lonover place.
In this section.—Advertisement.
cessitate 25 million extractions each
4. Tar (Irade R.'T 7 or 8
„.„_ •-.:
"
51.000 Bals.
pany at the monthly meeting next A meeting of the So-6e\v club was
4A. A»i>baltic Oil Grade RC 1 or «
•*
51,000 fit,
year.
, • .
held
at
the
home
of
Mrs.
Victor
5, Road Preparation
.
"
20,000 aq. yds.
No one knows or will even gues Wednesday night for the first time Eyerman of Ballack place last
B. S/8" Crushed Store
.
. "
1,565 tons.
at the number of extractions needed in five months.
week. Mrs. Peter Grandentttl and
«A 3 / 8 " Waihed Gravel
'.
••
'
3.S65 torn
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bolter of Mrs. 'Marshall Smith represented
to complete initial dental care fo
7. Bit. Concrete Typs T. .....
"
S00 tons.
M
South
street
spent
the
week-end
7A. Bit. Concrete Type A
_
• 300 tons,
the whole nation.
the club at a meeting of the MiddleAll material to .be in accordance with the N«w Jersey Stat* Highway D«
If an attempt were made to re- with her son-in-law and daughter, town auxiliary of Monmouth MemJjartment's Specifications.
Mr. and Mrs. Armand LaVigne of orial hospital. The group attended
place
these
extracted
teeth
in
All bid prices arc for materials furnished, delivered and applied to rtrfoui
/•
adults, 11 million prosthetic appli Keyport.
food demonstration at the Meatreetj In the Town-hip of Mlddletown.
Harry Johnson of the Coaa chanic street school, Red Bank.
Specification* may he obtained from Orals; Tinnesan, Township Engineer, E«s ances (plates and bridges) woul
End Avenue, Tlolford, N. J.
be needed each year.
Guard and Warren Fary of the Present were Mrs. Charles Scott,
By Order of the Township Committee of th
"These figures which' represen Navy spent the week-end at their Mre. Peter Grandlnettl, Mrs. MarTownship of Mlddlstown.
tin. McGuIre, Mrs. Marshall Smith,
homes.
a
staggering
amount'
of
dental
can
'
Howard W, RoberU, Township Clerk,
that is needed Initially and fo:
Lillian Layton, sopri.no, and Mrs. Fred Bremycr and Miss MarMarlon Fowler, alto, are members of garet Salmon.
the Choristers heard last Friday The Community social club were
night In a concert at Long Branch entertained Thursday afternoon at
senior high sohool auditorium. Miss the home of Mrs, John Bamback
Layton also was one the Madrigal on Chestnut Btreet, Red Bank.
singers,
Present were Mrs. George HembThe Signiture of Quality
> Mrs. Walter B. Williams will bi Ilng, Mrs. Fred Hurley, Mrs. J. Herth8 tpeaker at the Mother's day ser- bert Schenck and Mrs. Emma F.
Shyder.
vice Sunday at 4 p. m. in the Methodist church. Mr«. Elizabeth
The game social of the auxiliary
Cloughly of Ocean Grove is also ex- of the Falrview first aid squad 'of
Headden's Corner Thursday evepected
to
be
present
and
take
pan
Just how skillfully a Frock can be tailored
• Yea, all-is sot work for the Victory Garning netted $30 for the new ambuin the service.
dner. And most of the work is outdoor work.
is expressed in the designing and material
The Sunday-school board met lasl lance fund. "Winners Included May
It does you irood. Y-onr neraa relax. And
O'Neill, Mrs. Emma F. Snyder, Mra.
night
In
the
Methodist
parsonag
ifeftmt
of this BARBETTE Frock.
'Walling, Louise Grandlnettl,
and the Woman's Society of Chris- Louise
Every day in tha mmmer and fall, when
Mr». Walter Patterson, Mrs. B. Mellan Service meets there tonight, Aullff,
yoa bring in your harvest of food, you can
Ida Goodspeed, John
"Typhoon Cloth" is a fine serge like texThe children's group in charge ol Vernell, Mlsa
eotmt op the neat laving of money that
Ralph Brower, Hugh MeMrs, Emily Stevens meota this af- Tlernann,
ture of Spun Rayon and Acetate blend,
rewards those who "Dig for Victory!"
Albert
E.
Snydor,
Joyceternoon at 3:30 o'clock.
Your county agent, garden dab. Victory
land Soden, Ruth Soden, Mrs. Hafirm in body, resistant to crush and
PFC Eufus Cook of 'Fort Han vens, Gertrudo Mclntosh, <Nancy
Garden committee, your State Agricultural
cook spent the week-end at th Smith, Mrs. Lagnen, B. Flannagan,
College-«fl win be eager to help yoou
wrinkle,
and is offered in sizes 16 to
Methodist parsonago.
Mrs. J. H. Goodspeed, J. H. GoodThe official board held a mooting speed, Larry Flannlgan, Jr., Elizaand 38 to 44 in a variety of soft colors
Wednesday night of laat weok In beth Bennett, E, J. Vernell, Mary
that fit the Spring season.
the parsonage. Present were MM. Corcoran, Russell McConncll, C.
Oscar Anderson, Mrs. Selma Swen- Mleloch, Walter Patterson, Doris
of saving money by cftggbg In * •
son, Mrs. Bertha Grldln, Mrs, Elea- Bott, Betty Warren, Bill O'Neill,
Of course there are many other stylet in
nor Lindsay, Mra. Anna Haslam, Maty Kano and William Grandinearth instead of into yow pocfcetl
ettl.
Also'present
were
William
BARBETTE Frocks . . . all worth seeing
Mrs, Gertrude Fary, Mrs. Sarah
Layton, Oscar Benson and Rev.Kane, Lawronco Flannagan, Dr.
and all worth much more than their prices.
George Wagner and Arthur Soden,
and Mrs. Walter B. Williams,
• Mvrec before was that food you can nlte
Miss Vern. Simpson, daughter of
more urgently needed than now. To every
Mr.
and
Ifrs.
David
Simpson
of
Victory Gardener, the President sounds the
Oit OKINAWA
Mlnnoalnli Park, attended tho show,
call to action: "I call upon the millions of
Mrs, Henry Plcszcynsk! of Marl- "Follow the Girls," at 'Now York
victory gardeners who have done so much
boro has received word that lie city,
to swell the nation's food supply fa theM
husband, who Is a private In th
waif yean to continue] their good work,"
U. S .Marino" Corps, is in action on Pvt. Bernard MacCaffory of GlenEven peace in Europe can't M M the drain
Okinawa. Before his induction In dale park, who has boon stationed
MtyrrlMiHio i was ..employed- byihi
Bandix corporation. Hs wont over- stationed at Fort Lee, Virginia.
seas last Novombor.
RED BANK
Clarence Conovor, who has been
Mrs. Fleszcynukl la tho formo employed on Iho form of Mrs. WnlElloon Monny of Rod Bank, Th tcr Walling of Mountain View road,
cpuple have a daughter, Patricia U now employed on » /arm at EvorAnn, 3 yean old, §.nd a aoni Henry ett.
Or* » month,,eld, • • ' ,
A, Gardner at GJendeJt j
MONEY LOANED Dentistry After
The War Faces
Critical Problem
Broadway Loan Co.
residential Unit
Citation Ribbon
To Sgt Wilson
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RADIO!
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For FINE LIQUORS
BLENDED WHISKEYS
PARK &TILFORD
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PHILADELPHIA
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WILLGERODT BROS.
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PREPARED COCKTAILS
HEUBLEIN'S MANHATTAN
HEUBLEIN'S DRY MARTINI
HEUBLEIN'S OLD FASHIONED
HEUBLEIN'S SIDE CAR
CARIOCA DAIQUIRI
Lots of 100-515.00
8.00
4.50
MISSION BELL
ROMA
»1»
1
GALLO
.25
TIARA
ROMA
i
$
$134
1 74
"Typhoon Cloth"
Something Really Smart In
barbette
Frocks
7 f c SATISFACTION
*7.95
STRAUS COMPANY
JERSEY CENTRAL POWER & LIGHT CO.
RED BANK REGISTER, MAY 10, 194.5
bold, chairman of the board of directors', will presld», and William
Summer and Winter comfort
D. Bradley'of Red Bank will b«
.bat pay* for Itself with fuel
in charge of a program of enter- MTlng*—
.
*
tainment.
Group leaden to be honored are
as follows: Red Bank, Miss Agnes
Seeley,
Miss Ruth Williams, Miss
:;:
Real Estate & Insurance Agency
velt.
.
. •
•
Kathryn Flnkbeiner, Mrs. John
T/i Kenneth H. Robinaon, who
The .final handicap sweepstake*
Miss Dorothy Lovenldge,
Sycamore Avenue, Shrewsbury, N. 3.
Field Demonstration
Monmouth Federation Frost,'
recently returned from the Philip- for the season of the Holmdel BowlMrs. Chloe Yates, Mies Rose FioretPHONE
pines, is spending a 21-day furlough ing club ' took place la»t week.
tl. Lester Kelly, Powell Beyland,
„ Is Followed By
Spomoring Dinner
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ha.ncus.ran won flnt place,
CHARLES H. T/NDALL, Kea! Estate Associate
Thomas Simmons; Freehold area,
Thomas A. Robinson of Branch Roney.Longstreet second and latGeorge Guenich, Raymond Filan,
Social Gathering
For LeaHer* Tonight
Mlddlrtown 587-M
avenue, Little Silver. At the com- ter Long third.
TeL Red Bant J77S
Kenneth Matthews, Mn. Louise
Atlantic Highland! 710-M or
pletion of his furlough he will reMaura Mullin, daughter of Mr.
Jones, Miss Florence Eeki, Miss
write Box 7, Nave»lnlc
A Jittle different procedure was port to the. Dlfltrubjtion Center at and Mrs, Wilfred Mullin, celebrated Tribute will be paid tonight at a Jane Forman, Mn. June "Fleming,
followed at the monthly meeting Asheville, North Carolina. He en- her third birthday Sunday. Party dinner in honor of the group lead- Mrs. George Roome, Mis* Julia
BANQUETS, PARTIES, WEDDINGS. ANY OCCASION
of the Wayside Community Agricul- tered the-service In August, 1941
guests were Mary Lou, Margo and en of the numerous YMCA boys' Lempka, Mrs. Dayton JWUson, Mia*
Mr. and Mrs. Robinson are also Thomas Mullin, Billy and Jean and girls' groups throughout the Mary Webb; Clarksburg, - T. M.
ture Conservation association held
Tel. Atlantic Highlands 888 .
entertaining
their
daughter-in-law
Wednesday
night
of
last
week.
Longstreet, Mis* Ella Kelly and county for the effectiveness with Crpsley; Keyport, Mrs. Catherine
. ' .
HOWARD C. WALL, Prop.
which their volunteer services have Dunham, George Cherry, Veroon
Those interested viewed a deep-til- and grandson, Mrs. Thomas A. Rob- Miss Mary Kelly.
the "Y's" varied program Rathbone, Keith Harwood, Carlton
lage demonstration given by George inson, Jr., and Thomas A. RobinPaul A. Moeffler, fireman first kept
functioning. The board of directors Hollander, Albert Capuccl, Elaine
Stevens on his Shrewsbury farm, son 3d, of Roanoke, Virginia.
Think of Next Winter
class, U. S. Navy, ion of Mr. andof
the
Federation of Stetcher; Atlantic Highlands, J.
along with various soil .conservation
Mrs. K. Moeffler, sprained an ankle YMCA'* Monmouth
is
sponsoring
the
affair
to
3-in-l
practices. After the field demonstrawhile riding hi* motorcycle last be'heid at the Carolina tea room, Kelsey Burr, Wr.; Beltord, William
tion the meeting convened in the
COMBINATION
Meyer, Harold Otten; Little Silver,
•week. .He is In the naval hospital Asbury
Park.
barns.
Paul Merschoot, Edward Anderson;
Screen
at Earle.
Red Bink Register cm be bought
W6S)th*<ltfjljM
Robert Squillarl, • vice chairman, In (The
The speaker will be Clarence Fair Haven, Edward Conway; ManKeansburg at the storei of K. L. Mil- Mr. .and Mr*; Thomas Martin
and Insulating
in ths absence of Chairmaa Hubert ler, John' Clvltan, Phllln Keller, Chtrlei have sold their farm here and areG. Moser, a leading official in the asquan, Maurice Stoke*, Mn. Earle
AQIJAMAIIINK ROOM
-L. Zudcerman, George Swisa ani*
Voorhees, welcomed the group and ^oitel,
moving to Newton, New York. - state YMCA organization. Mr. Mos-Pullen, Miss Marilyn Barrett, Miss
:he Keansbdrg Drug Co,)
.
WINDOWS
Kat "Brink. Enjoy Yoursolf. Every Room Overlooking the Ocean.
read the article which appeared In
Mr. and Mr*. Mark Bradley and er, associate" secretary of the Cen-Kate Watson, Mr*. Mabel Morgan,
'ill in one unit and inter,
ROOMS — COOL AND DELIGHTFUL
The Red Bank Register recording Reports for April were received family have returned from Florida tral Atlantic area staff, heads boys' Rev. Kenneth Frlckert, Mr*. Helen
chmteiblc from icrceoi
the Aprf] meeting. Mr. Squlllari Jroni Tax Collector Ralph O. Wil- and have opened their home here.. work, leadership training and camp- Lawea, Misses Troxel and Beat,
•o (Ilii lo 30 xcondi
from the inside. Ne
then called on M. A. Clark, county ianis, Borough Clerk Richard JaaIng services in this: area. He is the Charles Garrabrant, Thoma* DropElmer
Bunnlng
of
Rutgeri
uniItddcrt ncctiiaiy.
agricultural agent, to explain the sen, Building Inspector James Papa versity, a student pastor, gave the former national president of the' Inchinskl; Belmar,1 Mrs. Hughes,,
Tcrmi is jinle i i tS.OO
theory of deepJtlllage and better and Recorder Henry Schweozer, sermon at the Baptist church Sun- Association of Boys' Work secre- Chester Clark, Mrs . Chester Clark;
" '•
I M M U I . """•"'Mr
M r .
IMMUI
fertilizer and lime placement as showing collections totaling $9,120.- day. He is to be chosen aa paator taries and is author of a "Parent Brielle, Mrs. Olive L. Alexander,
WBMIWI SMdftrfrMbMMat R B W -*>
practiced in the field demonstration. 30, at a meeting: oF the mayor and of the Dlngman's Ferry church. Counselling Series" and numerous Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Mack, Ulysses
Neil Munch, soil conservationist for council last week. Applications for
program materials used nationally. Leslie; Sea Girt, George Zeller, Sr.,
Several local residents attended Leaders' pins denoting years of ser- Miss Gwendolyn Hall, George Gregthis area, also enlarged on the soil appointment a* police officers were
810 NRSI AVI . AIBU8T KABK. H I.
the
card
party
given
Friday
at
the
ecelved
from
Staff
Sgt.
M.
Keln,
building and. conserving methods
vice rendered will-be awarded at ory, Sr.; Spring Lake, Rev. RichAlbury Pork 705
now /stationed in North Africa, and Red Bank Woman's club for • the the dinner. Lloyd S. Cassell of Free- ard Hubbard.
employed.
Norman
E.
Garber,
soil
ON OCEAN AVE., SEA BRIGHT
conservationist for the northeast Raymond Deragard, and these and benefit of Red' Bank auxiliary of
Rlvervlew
hospital.
Attending
were.
region, expressed pleasure at the in- the application of Luke Heary for
terest shown In soil conservation ppointtnent as Inspector of fire Mrs. Daniel Ely, Mrs. John Holmes,
On Shrewsbury River at
and gave an interesting talk about equipment, were u referred to Bor- Mr». Douglas Ffomm, Mr*. Theovarious other areas he had recently ough Manager Clinton B. Lohsen. dore Fromm,,Mrs. Robert Voorhtes,
id ward Steppanski v u appointed Mrs. Fred Noble and Mm. Jacob B!
worked in.
Sea Bright End of Bridge
as special police officer. The annual Rue.
Britton C. Cook, office manager report for 1944. was received from
Mrs. William B. Pitcher haa re•
'
'
. . • • • • ;
. ' . ' ' '
\
o
f
•
'•
and treasurer of the county asso-, the auditor.
ceived a Mother's day cablegram
elation, explained the details of the Samuel J. Meyers, Bon of Mr. and from her son, Tech.1 Sgt. Harry G.
soil building and conserving prac- Mrs. Paul J. Meyers of Church Pitcher, who is In the combat entices for which payments are being street, was . recently promoted to gineers with the First Army in Germade by the A. A. A.
sergeant,, according to Information many.
L
—_Tel. Sea Bright- 298; ....-! . „ , _ . _ . _ _ _ t^ this point, • due to the increas- received by his parents. Sgt. Mey- Mr. and Mrs. Harry Maddox and
ing cold! the~meetlrTg-aS hioved' In- ers'is —In "England—with, i E.2( Mr. -and: Mrs, William,- St -Pitches
to the farm residence. Mr. Stevens Bomber group!
•>.'
t
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs
gave a Washington report.on OPA The Catholic Daughter^ of Amer- Harry Farre at Waretonn, near
activities as It-affccts local farmers. ca are holding their anniversary Princeton.
He-*lBO-reportod-that-the-A.-A—A,
_Mra MarshalL_Long«treet_andFreehold offices expect to move ber is chairman of the affair.
William S. Pitcher are pickacross Court street when County Mrs. Rudolph Butenback of West Mrs.
the clothes collected for the
Under New~Managemelrt~
Agent Clark's office is moved about Keansburg entertained her brother, ing
national
drive, prior . to
July 1. Satisfaction that both these Sh'ipfitter Second Class Jaineg W. shipment clothing
to
Matawan.
agencies can remain together was VanMeerbeke, USN, last week. He
Activities of the local defenie
evident. Mr. Stevens also reported returned recently to the states from council
have closed for,the sumSEA BRIGHT, N. J. TEL. 205 •
on correspondence he had been car- the South Pacific wHere he served mer, and
regular meeting* will be
rying on with Senator H. Alexander 20 months with a Seabee outfit.
Smith on possible use of German Mr. and Mrs. John Schalble of resumed In September.
Open All Year
A program was given In ob»ervwar prisoners, on which subject a Park avenue are parents of a
daughter born.last week In Irving- ance of V-E day at the HoVmdel
ively discussion followed.
ton General hospital, Mrs. Schafble school this week. Pupils also purCounty Chairman Stevens then was the former Mildred Becker of chased a number of war »tamps
asked for ideas on details for the this borough.
and bonds. The following patriotic
1946 A. A. A. program, with the Seaman and Mrs. Robert Gillette songs were sung: "The Star Spanpossible establishment of a county of Shore boulevard are parents of gled Banner" "America the Beautiprogram Independent of state pro- a daughter born In Monmouth ful," "Keep.the Home Flrei Burngram. The one thing that seemed Memorial hospital last week.
Music by Wilbur Gardner
Ing," "Come All .»-T« Faithful
to arouse most intereBt was the At a meeting of Court St. Ann,People,'! and muslo of the United
possibility
of
including
a
year17
Catholic Daughters of America last
Including the national an' KITCHEN OPEN TO 1! M. CLOSED TUESDAYS
round sod diversion program as a week, the following new officer* Nations,
soil building practice and crop acre- were elected: Mrs. Grace Ryan, thems of China, England,. France
GEORGE KRAUSS, Owner
FRED EBBERSEN
age reduction expected to be neces- grand regent; Mrs. Mary Conk, and the other Allied nations. Praysary in the near future. Much do* vice regent; Mrs. Carrie McMahon, ers were offered'for men in the
bating ensued but it was generally phophetess; Mrs. Bertha Papa, lec- armed service* the world over, and
agreed that public approval would turer; Mrs. Agnes Thorne, histor- lor men,and women whose names
be more likely for soil consevatlon ian; Mn. Anna Raub, treasurer; appear on the Holmdel honor roll.
KEANSBURG, N. J.
measures than for chop acreage re Mrs. Mary Salmon, monitor; Mrs.
duction, even thoughHhe same mea- Margaret Trenery, sentinel; Mrs.
sures accomplish both results. This Gertrude Ahern, financial secretary
evoked criticism of the lick, of and Mr*. Agnes McMahon, Mrs. Mr,,»nd Mrs. T. H.Salmon (pent
proper understanding of the aims Margaret Klnaella and Mrs. Teresa Sunday In New York city.
and purposes of the A, A. A. by Papa, trustees.
Lieut, and Mrs. E. Richard Solthe general public. Need for a pub- Raymond Schwartz of Twilight lanek of Essex, Connecticut, spent
lic relations department was ex- avenue was promoted to signalman the week-end at the home.of Mr
pressed. Another suggestion for first class assording to information and Mrs. H. J. Cantreli,
the new program was the supply- received here recently.
A meeting of the Holmdel and
ing of super phosphate instead of
Pvt. Jack Lenahan spent a fur- Rarltan townships primary teachTEL. BED BANK 1500
MONMOXJTH STREET
lime for those desiring it. This lough recently with his parents, Mr. erB was held at the school WednesOONT. SATftBUN
would depend on labor supply at and Mrs. J. Lenahan of Forest ave- day afternoon. Ml«s' Marguerite
MATINEE 2:80 . EVENING 7-»
the manufacturing and mining nue.
Truesdale of Long Branch, county
'
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+
'
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*
points. The community committeeMrs. Marilyn Carroll of Forest helping teacher, was In charge.
| men of the Freehold section, Chair- avenue entertained the Thursday 8 Mr. and Mrs. Tom De Fresco of
.NOW thru SAT..
KlMSUL' Is the Insulating equivalent of three times Us
jnun Carl B. Schank, William T. club at her home last Thursday af- Nutley spent Sunday with Mr. and
[Smith and Alvah H. Buffet, weru ternoon. Those present were Mrs. Mrs. Jerry Allocco.
thickness of solid wood. In summer, KlMSUL cools
welcome guests, and participated Mazie Hudson, Mrs. Mae Truax, Mr. and Mrs. Carmen Granato
homes as much as 15°. In winter, it cuts fuel bills up
in discussions.
Mrs. Iva Engelman, Mrs. Edna Ma- and aon.Jjpseph spent Sunday with
to 3 0 " , ; i Eosy to Instoli — do » « Q C » o l l
oney, Mrs, Agnes Sefick, Mrs. Eve- Miss Rose Izzarelli of Cllffwood.
It yourself in your spare time, • f l " ' ? INSULATIS
tee
cream,
cake
and
coffee
were
TT
ioosa.fr.
lyn Vitelll, Mrs. Evelyn Hemhauser Mr. and Mrs. George B. Roberta
enjoyed before adjournment.
eOO sq. v. or affic floor area can
and family returned from Florida
the hostess.
Others present were Anthony and
te iniulaltd lor Imn than US.
ROLL
James T. Artery, formerly of Tuesday. They left last October.
Monzo,
Michael
'
Luccarelli,
D.
F. H. A. Termi. Buy n c
died last Thursday in Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cerlione visited
JMaida, William Pflster, Dominlck Keansburg,
Chicago, according to Information Mr. and Mrs..Joseph Artelll of MatGentile, Patrick Lastclla, G. D. received
Friday. He w u the hu&;awan Sunday.
Parker, J. S. Parker, E. Laurino,
of the former Mrs. Ida Fos- Thomas Curley celebrated hi*
F. Haedclli, John Cook, Joseph Bll band
ft9 CHESTNUT STREET
birthday Sunday with a party of
ter of Seabreeze way.
lotta and Salvatore Olivadotl.
Senator James K. Allerdlce of relatives and friends,
Red Bank, N. .(.
The next meeting will be held at Toms River spoke at a meeting of John Badin and family of NewI'lionc Kcd Bank 242-213
__
the Marlboro, farm of the Soil Con ths Keansburg Progressive league ark visited 'Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Alscrvation
Bervicc Wednosday, June at Balbach's auditorium last week. locco Saturday.
. ,'ltimi.i llrode.nofk) micro KlmbtrlyCiirk imolallon
6. The meeting will convene on the The Parent-Teacher association of
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Pelella at
West Keansburg-^will hold a meat- Coney Island visited Mr. and Mr«.
ing at the school tomorrow eve- Edward Cerlione Thursday.
LANA TURNER
ning at 8:1,1 o'clock. Installation
of officers will be held and enter- The advantage of waiting until
tainment will be provided by the the soil warms to sow seeds In the
LARAINE DAY
children. Members and friends of open U that the seeds may rot In
the association are invited to at- cold, damp soil while waiting suitSUSAN PETERS
tend.
able conditions for germination.
Mr. and Mrs. William Cooper at
Thompson avenue have received information that their son William
was wounded while in action in
GALS— ?
crmany.
IN UNIFORM
Staff Sgt. Luther E. Hopler, son
of Mr. and Mrs. J. Russell Hopler
J
. . IN ACTIONS
of Palmer avenue, has reported to
Thun., Frl., Sat
the AAF redistribution station at
. . IN LOVE!
Atlantic City after, 29 months of
Sat. Mat
service In the European and China*
They're
Burma-India treater of war. Sgt.
Strictly O. I.
Hopler served as an airplane mechanic on fighter planes and wean
AND '
the Unit citation award. He entered the service August 2T, 1941,
C
O
S
T
ELLO
and underwent training at.Qhe.nute
Field, Illinois, prior to going over—IN—
seas In November, 104S.
* UNDER PERSONAL DIRECTION OF WALTER READE *
The Lady Jean McCorquodale
lodge, Daughtors of Scotia, celebrated their fifth anniversary SatEXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY TO LEARN A TRADE
NOW THRU SAT.
urday evening with a program of
STARTS SUNDAY!
vaudeville and entertainment at the
SUN.,
MON.,
TOTS,
West
Keannbui'K
fire
house.
Ann
VACATION PAY
READE'S
Shaw's orchestra furnished the muarm. CONT. From * p. M.
BIC. The committee
In charge of the,
1
uffnlr
wcip
'Mi
*.
Jean
Miller,
Mrs.
SICK BENEFITS
PAUL MUNI
Minnie Murdock, >(n. Jenn Brown,
Mrs. Betty Anderson, Mrs, Mnrjorlo
MERLE
OBERON
Sharp, Mis. Jean Adams and Mn.
MUSIC WHILE YOU
Margaret Milne. At the next meetCORNELL WILDE
ing Monday, the group will hold a
—IN—
lint social,
Mm. Jean Adamn and daughter
A SONG
Dorothy vlsllcd Mrs. Joan Qaffney
if Ocean Grove over the week-end.
Announcement in mndr elsewhere
TO REMEMBER"
In this Issue by Lester Measley and
IN TECHNICOLOR
Kred Ehberscn of thn opening Saturday of the Keanirburg bakery at
k MMUME WUVU-IOHATHM KALE-DMSt
104 Main street undor new manageWEDNESDAY-ON1D DAT
ment. Specl«l» »re offnftd on openta, RALSTON
2nd BIO HIT!
ing day. fTlie atoio han been reSUSANNA FOSTER
moiloled and redecorated and an
EriohVon STROHEIM
Lloyd Nolan
TURHAN BUY
Stevens farm in Shrewsbury and
REAL ESTATE
Mortgages
KENNETH L. WALKER
-HV|I11 start for Marlboro In a miniFarmers Hold
mum of cars.
Helpful Meeting Kenneth Robinson
On Stevens' Farm Back From Pacific
Holmdel
Boys' and Girls'
(The Bed Bank JUcliter can b* bought
In Holmdel at Taylor Hanee'i itote)
"Y" Group Heads
Henry VanBrunt and hi* daughter, MLss Ixtretta VanBrunt have
moved to the Kane house at Brade- To Be Honored
ROCK WOOL INSULATION'
JOHNS-M ANVILLE CO.
Adam J. Linzmayer
SCREENS
, Keansburg
Regan's Blue Room
OLSON CO.MC
GRAND OPENING
NOW OPEN FOR SUMMER SEASON
KEANSBURG BAKERY
Saturday. May 12th
Harry's Lobster House
Opening-Day Specials!
Snowflake Rolls, 18c doz.
Lobsters, Steaks, Chicken
and all Sea Foods
Danish Coffee Cakes
Cake Special
69c
Birthday Cakes
LESTER MEASLEY
194 MAIN STREET
Centerville
READE'S CARLTON
MacMURRAY
Hagerman Lumber Co.
COLBERT
STARTS SUNDAY!
Men and Women Wanted
ATLANTIC
— as —
Painters On Garments
ABBOT
FOR OUR ARMED FORCES
EXPERIENCE NOT NECESSARY
"HERE COME
THE CO-EDS'
STRAND
SIGMUND EISNER CO.
»SIN<5LCT0M-LAKC-SIMMS
RED BANK
W. M. C. Rules Observed'..
has been a rcxldant of the borough
and conneoted with the bifrtty for
12 y e i w "and hl« a/tsool»to,"m?%. Ebborson, InrtJiffT•txpcrlenced And an
ox (in it In hDi line.
Back the Attael<-Buy W»r Bondil
^jjj^TBS5K-...
-
"FBISOO 8AIi"
—ALSO—
BASIL RAtHBONB,
"THR HOlJRF, OF MAR"
"CIRCUMSTANTIAL
, EVIDENCE"
OOMPANION
"Gun Smoke"
fage rive.
RED BANK R E G I S T E R L M A Y 10, 1945
Seawall Mile Off ,
7% Coast Suggested
Zone Amendment Methodist WSCS
Before Council Annual Supper
Public Hearing On
Change May 2 1 .
Rev. R. J. Squire
Guest Speaker
For Ship Canal Across State
Proposed As Substitute
;en, Mrs. Ralph Davis, Mrs. Lillian
Watson, Mrs. S. T. Thompson, Mrs."
Dorothy Emmons, Mrs? Theodore A.
Doremus, Mrs. Edward Ottinger,
Mrs. Olive Schapter, Mrs. Frank
Derinis, Mrs. Roy Inecoe, Mrs. Mae
Despreaux, Mrs. Olive Croyden, Mrs.
Beatrice Munscll, Mrs. Lillian Turker, Mrs. Nelson Vendecbeek, Mrs.
Harry Hotchkis;!, Mrs. S. H. LeQuier, Mrs. Charles Hamberger,
Mrs. B. Truit, Mrs. Roger Squire,
Mrs. Elizateth Shreye, Mrs. J. N.
Beers, Mrs. Harry Patterson, Mre.
Russell Hodgkiss and Misses Caroline Hance, Flora WillguES, Mary
Morris, Eleanor Morris, Grace Aljen, Bertha Manger, Maej Warden,
Meta, vonGIahn and Irma vonGlahn.
Tendered Surprise
Stork Shower
A-stork shower wag given Tuesday evening by Mrs. Hattie Walstrom of Highlands for Mrs. Ivins
Voorhees of Asbury Park at the
home of her mother-in-law, Mrs.
Ivlns O, Voorhees of Fourth street,
Highlands.
The*honored guest received many
gifts from relatives and friends who
spent an enjoyable social evening.
Mrs. Voorhees' husband, Sgt. Voorhees, is now stationed in Manila
and wilVon June 3 have been in the
service three years.
At the party besides the guest, of
honor, her mother-in-law and Mrs.
Walstrom, were her mother, Mrs.
Norma Trimble of Asbury" Park,
Mrs. Annie Johnson, Mrs. Lillian
De Sayda and Mrs. William Johnson, all of Headden's Corner;. Mrs.
Florence Johnson, Mrs. Allen Vopr
hees, Mrs. Fred Voorhees, Mrs.
Ruth Voorhees, ..Mrs. George G.
King, Mrs. A. Meade Robertson,
Mrs. Debbie Bogue, Mrs. Ambrose
Liming, Mrs. Margaret McCall, Mrs.
George Liming, Mrs. Margaret Kendrick, Mrs. Bernard Mount, Mrs.
Kate Derby and Miss Shirley \^oorheps.
Hospitalization
featuring
Coverage lor 120 Days
Childbirth Coverage
•
After' 10 Months
W.C.WE ART
ACE UNITED
M O M your houwhold wftly
•onywhtrt ond •"•rywhert.
Notlenally known ihlppen of
household goodt_.. Flat ratti
quoted ol consolidated nductd rotts. Loodt
inwtti,
Without obligation: moil Hit
of furniturt and wt will quote ptket
Colifornfo specialist.
An amendment to the zoning ordMore than 150 persona attended
nance, which "would permit the the annual mother-daughter supper
UNITED SECURITY ASSOCIATED
construction of certain type apart- of the Women's Society for Christ• 42 BROAD STREET
WAREHOUSES, I n e /
ment units under jurisdiction of the ian Service of the Methodist church
243 WEST 60th ST., NEW YORlfM, R T .
Tel. 2240
B E D BANK
zoning board of adjustment, was Monday in Fellowship hall. Mrs.
ntroduced and passed' on first Howard S. Higglnaon, Mrs. Frank
Vo prevent the great damage"that;
Circle. 7-3191
reading by the Red Bank borough Warner, Sr., and Mis» Emma
.ireatens New Jersey in the federal
council Monday night, and was laid Burdge were In general charge.
;ovefnment's proposal for a ship
over for a public hearing Monday
canal through the heart of the
Rev. Roger J. Squire, pastor,
;
night, May 21.
tate, Slgvald Johannewon, chief of
spoke on "The Christian Home in
'.he State Highway ^Planning bureau,
The new ordinance provides for America." Greetings were given by
Vi&jg auggeated a s'cawall or breakfour residential zoneB, as follows: Mrs. Albert. Lauber, Jr., society
viiter for a sheltered waterway
Reuben Applegate, 94 Zone A, one family detached dwell- president, and her daughter,, Mtai
247 Broad St., Red Bank
rom Sandy Hook to Bay Head.
Ings; Zone B, one or two family Peggy Lauber, gave a response for
Passed Away Monday detached dwellings; Zone C, apart daughters present. Mrs. William The Red' Bank Community ChamHis plan was «et forth in a supREV. ROGER J. SQUIRE, Pastor. ^,
lementary report on the subject
ment-houses and hotels; Zone D, MacDonald and Mrs. Allen Carman, ber of Commerce, of which Monslgind was cent to State Highway
Reuben Applegate, one of th< garden apartments aad one family accompanied, by Mr; Carman, sang nor John B. McCloskey was a diSUNDAY, MAY 13, 19M
•"*
solos and duets. *
Commissioner Spencer Miller, Jr. oldest and best known residents of detached dwellings.
rector, issued the following stateMother's Day Observance at Morning Service
tt was described an being advanta- this section, died Monday morning
Mrs. Lauber read an invitation to ment yesterday underthe signature
Tie ordinance was offered by
11 A. M.—"The Mother of the Christ."
geous also in the permanent pro- in the Briar Hill.home at Freehold, Councilman Thomas M. Gopslll and attend a meeting of the local of William D. Bradley, president of
cctlon of the shore resorts against after an Illness of four days. He seconded by Councilman Kenneth United Council of Churches Wed- the organization: , „
8 P, M.—"Phillip."
he ravages of the sea.
«. would Have been 94 years old n
M. Wyckoff.' It was passed by nesday, June^6, at the Presbyterian
"The, passing of JMonsignor McThe barrier of heavy stones Tuesday.
church.
Henry
Smith
Leiper,
forunanimous vote. The only member
CORDIAL WELCOME TO ALL!
Closkey is like the loss of one of
.ould be'placed about one mile off
absent was Councilman J Albert mer secretary of the National the main cogs in a wheel for the
hore and Mr. Johanncason estiCouncil of Churches, will speak.
VanSchoik.
borough of'Red Bank, We have
mates that its cost would be only
Others present were Mrs. Eunice been fortunate ia having him-for
The oi-din'ance permits the coni fraction of that for the Bordenstruction of proposed garden apart- Thompson, Mrs. William Crlspell, our friend for many years.
own-Rarlt&n bay canal.
ments on Pinckney road and Pros- Mrs. Joseph I^ynn, Mrs. John Many,
"He had the respect of-Oie entire
Mr/ Johannesson in his communlpect avenue. Opposition had been Mrs. Samuel Howard, Mrs. William community and personally' knew
ation to Commissioner Miller said:
expressed by residents at a zoning Bennett, Mrs. Vernon Rose, Mrs, more of our citizens than-any other
A Maypole dance will be held to"In a previous report I have outHarold Stout, Mrs. Minretta De
board hearing recently.
man.
night at the Red Cross USO club.
lined the damaging effects that the
Recorder John V. Growell re- Mott, Mrs. George White, Mrs, HarSpecial Summer Rates on
A
band" from Fort Monmouth will
"As
a
director
of
the
Red
Bank
proposed ship canal from the Delaported fines o'f $114 collected for ry Heaviland, Mrs. John Kelly, Mrs,
ware river to the Raritan river will
the borough in April. Fines collect- Daniel Wood, Mrs. Kate Messaro Community Chamber of Commerce play for dancing and entertainhave, if built, on the. highway sysMrs. C. V. Bennett, Mrs. Horace for many years he was a faithful ment will be featured.
Fur Repairs and Remodeling
ed for the county totaled *H0,
tems of New Jersey. In addition,
Last Friday a house party was
tj
• •
.
. *
.
•
,
Applications of James Dolg and Vine. MM. Richard Warner, Mrs, attendant at the meetings and a
many other and serious disadvantJ. Melyin Pease for- exempt fire- Melvin Morris, Mrs. Stanley Brown. worker on many of its committees. held, with the Monmouth County
ages to the state, that would ensue
"We shall all miss Monsignor branch, American Association of
men's papers were accepted. Both Mrs. Letitia Whitling, Mrs. Leon
from the construction of the1, canal
are members of Red Bank hook and Turkington, Mrs. Annie. Worden, McCloskey and his jovial personal- University Women ,in charge. A
have been pointed out by others,
MrB.
J.
D.
Xorcom,
Mrs.
Cooper
cabaret party, featuring an interity." .
. .
ladder company.
and the sum of the evidence apVan Sant, Mrs. Foster Spinning.
national theme, was held Saturday.
24 Monmouth Street
Phone Red Bank 1650
Application
of
the
Vernon
A.
pears to be that It would be an adSgt. Hart Webber was master of
"Mrs. Charles Lang, Mrs. Charles
Brown
post
to
sell
buddy
poppies
WINS
WAR
BOND
•
•
versity to the welfare pf New Jerceremonies.
,
May 28, 27 and 29 was referred to Addis, Mrs. Frank P. Kuhl, Mrs.
sey, if the Bhlp canal were built.
Mrs. Jane. Clark of Sea Bright
Tuliy Samsoe wag in charge of
the police committee with power to William T^gge, Mrs. Harold Cod- was the winner of a bond disposed the Sunday evening sing, with Mrs.
"It Is probable, however,,that an
dihgton,
Mrs.
Grace
Blddle,
•
Mrs.
act
.
,
Inland waterway through New JerJames Smock. Mrs.. Elizabeth Boyd, of by St. Monica's guild of St. Theresa MacClintock as accompaCouncilman Harold 3 Allen read
- '»eyr-ea.pabl«-of- clrrylng-seagoing
nist.
~TetTeT~rrom"
"Doris—B.—Johnsonv
vessels, would be useful to the counpraising the street department for
try as a whole, not only in peace
their work in keeping the streets in
times but also under war condij
the Towerhlll section in good con-.;
REUBEN APPLEGATE
tions. For that reason I mentioned
!
ditlon during the winter.
brlefjyln-my report an alternative
Councilman
Gopsill
called
attenibcaHori~Ior~8Tnrh-a~wa+crwfty7-and.
I will describeoit mote fully in this Bank for. 35 years, was born May tionTo~Tfi~e~IacT-that-the-Offlee-«f-l
For-a-delicioui-Non - Rationed" moal—
15, 1851, At Tinton-Fallii, and waa Defense Transportation had anreport.
nounced that extra rail service!
the
youngest
of
six
children
of
the
present
time
there
is
a
"At the
protected inland waterway from the late Reuben'and Mary Allen Apple- would not be permitted this sum-j
..Delaware, bay at Cape May to' the gate. He attended Shrewsbury town- mer, and the borough clerk was in-;
Manasquan river. It follows- the ship public school and later entered structed {o communicate with Sen-1
natural watercourse Immediately the painting trade, working for ators Hawkes and Smith and Conwesterly of the sand kcye that form John and Eugene Truex, father and gressman Auchincloss to urge them
this easternmost part of New Jer- son, who were pioneer painting con- o seek to have this ban lifted.
sey. Consideration should be given tractors of this lection at the time.
to the possibility of using this as Later tie* went to work in Rumson,
part of tfte ship canal. It Is prob- then known as Port Washington,
able* that with comparatively little and still later left for New York,
work this inland waterway can be where he was employed for ten
made suitable for the type of sea- years as assistant painting foreman
"Stay on Your War Job! Back up
going traffic for which the ship ca- at the Third Avenue car shops. He our fighters in the Pacific," Is the
returned to Red Bank and resumed
nal is intended.
theme of Charles A. Davis,' area diFinest quality Lobster*—from cold North Atlantic
'OTie present difficulty is that at hia trade here, continuing until his rector War Manpower commission,
water*. Each Lobster tagged, certifying it was
Manasquan the seagoing traffic retirement a number of years ago. reaction to the news of Germany's |
Mr. Applegate, who until he went
must enter the Atlantic Ocean and
alive when boiled. Serve Lobster Thermidor,
defeat.
to
the
Freehold
home
several
years
must proceed unprotected north-,
Although he paid tribute to all
Newburg or Lobster Salad! Come in today, buy
ward to Sandy Hook, and this dif- ago, could be seen daily about Red
1
workers
and
employers
who
helped
;
ficylty cannot be overcome in.a Bank wearing a. yachting cap, took
several Lobsters . . . and be sure to see our many
make
V-E
day
a
reality
and
stated
j
practical manner within the shores a great deal of pride In the fact
other fine seafood values, tool
that he was a captain of the Lin- that Germany surrendered to the :
of New Jersey. ,
"It la suggested, therefore, that coln Guards, a Civil War home home front as well as the fighting |
the problem may be solved by con- guard unit, or "torry regiment," front Davis emphasized that the i
structing a seawall or breakwater organized In 1864 by a group of 45 job is not yet finished. "It's only !
from a point southerly of Manas- Shrewsbury youths between the the seventh Inning stretch the ball
quan at or near Bay Head. It is ages of 14 and 18. Similar units game 1B not over."
Pointing out that the end of the
intended that the seawall shall be were organized elsewhere In the
war In Europe will mean little overabout one mile off shore and shall county.
ill slackening in demand for trebe continuous
throughout the
Surviving besides his wife, Mrs. mendous quantities of war material
Tender young vegetables . . . crisp salad greens are now in abundance at A&P.
length from Bay Head to the HighLydla
Bennett
Applegate,
are
a
ion,
for use against the Japanese, he
lands, except for such openings as
They're
all priced,for economy . . . to help you serve better meals at modest cost
may be needed for navigation and J. Howard Applegate of Leighton urged not to be confuaed or jump
to permit tidal changes In the avenue; two daughters, Misses to conclusions about the Inevitable
Mary Alice and Ella Applegate,
waterway.
cutbacks that would occur.In the
FLORIDA NEW-U. S. Nt. 1 Grade
both of Peekskill. New York;
Fir« Red-RHie
"At the lower end of Sandy Hook stepdaughter, Miss Adele Applegate, area, due to changes of types of j
it Is proposed to make connection and a stepson, Ralph Graham, both combat materials needed for Jap I
to Sandy Hook bay, from where the of whom reside on Chestnut street. warfare. If war workers should de- !
shipping may continue through the
The funeral will be held thfs af- cide to leave the war-.production j
protected waters of New York bay. ternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Wor- front it would be outright desertion
bck
G
"It appears that the construction den funeral home, with Rev. Roger of our fighters against Japan, those
of such a seawall is entirely feas- J. Squire, pastor of the Red Bank men to 'whom V-E Day means
ible. The records indicate that the Methodist church, officiating. Burial simply another day on which to
average depth of the Atlantic ocean will be In the Presbyterian church fight, perhaps on which to die.
along the proposed line Is less than
' • • ' - There still is a large demand for
50 feet below sea level, and that the (cemetery at Shrewsbury.
additional workers in this area and
bottom 1B firm sand. The material
if any readjustments occur, re<••.
<
for the breakwater would be large
leased war workers can be placed
r
' stone which may be .obtained ecoquickly in other vital war jobs
nomically from various sources,
each
either here or in nearby localities.
shipped In barges and dumped in
The United States Employment Serplace. The seawall probably would
vice offices are prepared to refer
extend about 10 or 12 feet above
such workers to unfilled openings
Evening Group To
high water. From a navigation
In Industries producing vital mapoint of view, this waterway would
Hold Supper Party
terials for the Pacific front.
'•'• be preferable to the proposed inland
"All U. S. Employment ofllces
ship canal through the heart of
Final plans for the mother-daughNew Jersey on account of its much ter banquet of the evening group maintain complete records of the
greater width, and the cost of con- of the Red Bank Woman's club needs for manpower in war producp Ej
POINTS
struction of the seawall would be were announced at a meeting Mon tion industries as,well as the job
E
openings
that
will
tie
available
due
only a fraction of that of the ca- day night by Mrs. Jefferson C. DaD
nal.
vis. The banquet will be held Tues- to reconversion that may take
"In addition, the eeawall has day night, May 22, at Joseph's, place locally,''
c r
other potentialities of the greatest West Long Branch.
"Don't forget," Davis stated, "any
M
ur
importance to the state of New JerThe final meeting of the group worker who leaves his war job
sey. Throughout its length it will iwin"be *a'n"informai'supper 'party"at while he Is still needed is playing
form an effective and permanent It n o c | u b n 0 U 5 e M o n [ l a v j u n e 8
right into the hands of the JapanTHE SREAT AJUltTIC «, PACIFIC TEA CO.
protection against the ravages of Hostesses will be Mrs. C. Powell ese whose war plan 8 arc based on
T
2
the «ea, which continually endaa Bcyland, Mrs. Lester Smith, Mrs. the promise that we will grow.tired
ger and periodically destroy valu- ; E d w a r d ' Warren, Mrs. J o h n W. and accept
,.» ~
,,...«.„.
a ..~
negotiated
peace. Our
o
0
able shorefront properties. In fact, JHowIe and Mrs, William E. Beatty. fighting men need the materials w
it Is probable that the only perma- | M r B B e y l a n a W M n a m e d c n a i r .
produce to finish the job."
Rnllodfiate SUNNYFIEID 3 = « - 1 1 P
nent Insurance against this destruc-| m a n o f R e d C r o s s a c t l viti e s . A
tion will be a eeawall aa described i contribution was given to the Amern o i i e o u a i s ouici,cookie ^ g . l i e
A light, stnooih-texnued
above."
lean Cancer society. . Mrs. Ro«s E.
ctk« xichly topped with
[50] Pineapple Juice DOLE i'L° ! 14c
King will be chairman of the anJfluffy white cocouut.
ipi
nual June dance. The arts and
2
crafts group will meet Wednesday
11
On V-E day members of the stu- Yikon B e v e r a g e s * ! ^ " b 'r8c
at the home of Mrs. Edgar V. DcCorn Flakes S»NHYFIELB •«. ^ 5c
(The Red Bnnk Renistcr can be buuiclll
dent body and personnel of Rumin Tinton Knlls lit Scott'a senornl atuic) nlse In Fair. Haven.
son high school gathered in a stirNew members introduced were
b
Plans for a luncheon to be held Mrs. James Patton, Mrs. Howard ring assembly held at 9 o'clock,
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nt noon next Wednesday, May 16, Miller and Mrs. Kenneth Washburn. Tuesday morning: to pay tribute to
H 0 s Tt
in Tinton Fnlls school were made Edwin C, Beckett gava a lecture on the achievement of the Allied armFig Juice
DtitTE'i
it oz.«»13o
ies In Europe.
by the larllos' aid society at a meet- "House PlBnts and Their Care."
Lorraine De La Mottc, a .senior,
«»C«EK
ing last Thursday affernoon at tho
reiHTs
home of Mrs. Warren Gerow of , _
.
had charge of devotions and Patri•««MEO»«Y
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cia Hnlda, another senior, read an
Colt's Neck road. Receipts f r q m _ ) J i 6 C n U t 8
[6] Party Loaf
»••
»<9c
appropriate
poem.
After
hearing
thla affair will go into a furid "being
aJjfT J. Bayard' Kirkpatrick,
[ 6 ] Redi-Meat
raised for a new roof orutho church commanding officer of the eighth President Truman's proclamation,
» f 20c
r
building.
V?
battalion, New Jersey state guard, Frank Welnhelmer, high school
1
Fred Plew, who has been serious- has announced his Intention of for- principal, addresses the group, say<*• 9c
ly 111 with pneumonia, Is convales- ming his headquarters company In ing that it was a day for prayer,
0
clng at his Lake avenue home.
i
Asbury Park,,uslng the facilities of thanksgiving and qui^t rejoicing-.
News of the denth yesterday tho Asbury Park armory In accord He stressed that although one great
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morning of MIBS Lnura Buck, sls- with recent changes In the organi- task had been accomplished, there
GoWor
Family Size
still Vemained much opportunity
tcr-ln-law of Mrs. Annie Buck, for- zation of the guard,
Marlrit
28 ox. m l
mer residents of this place, was reThe now company will be known for service and sncrlflce by those
ceived with deep regret by their as Headquarters company, Eighth on the homo front and that thcro
m
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ninny friends throughout this sec- battalion and will bo In addition to still remained another Rien| ttg- Z e r O HOUtEHDLO CLEANER ol. b.l. j 5 c
n l l< > p <>
gvaasov,
Japan,
to
be
defeated
betion.
Company B, Eighth battalion al12 ] KranCh l; . c 'h,
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liitlpriailiwtdgi
A number of locul realclentK nt- ready organised and In operation foro final victory.
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tended V-E ilny noivlces hold Tues- at thn Asbury Park armory Rlnce
Silent prayer was observed hnd
Frtshness 26ft oz. loaf I I
day night by tho Wuysldo Commun- August, 1041,
thoh-Hnrvey Egan, music director,
i 21 Liederkranz BOKDIH'I t°<: 26c
ity' club In. the club IIOUBC'.
, All pmsonncl of the Hnadqunitois WAS accompanist while faculty nnd
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Tho Indies' auxiliary of Tinton company will be cnltotcd from this students joined in singing patriotic
Falls flro company will hold Its ui'on and thoro are oxcollent oppor- songs,
monthly mooting next Monday eve- tunities for thoso qualified for ofAt tho
studonta were
ning In tho flro house, Hostesses ficer and non-commleBlonod ofllcor urgod ta attend services of their
rcspoctive churches.
.
VanBrunt, Mrs.
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*hbrnaa TSTeTBSh Snd-Mr'srB'fflPmTfiF
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VanSycklo, .
DIVORCE GRANTED
cnlly fit man betwocn tho agos of
1
A (InuRhtcr wna born May 2 to 17 and 05 who are draft deferred.
Mrs. Kathloon S. VanBrtint of
Mr. and Mm, Wnltor B, Bnllngor of
Information may, bit obtained by Eutontown hue been granted u di
Tinton Fulls, .
calling nt the armory Tuesday eve- voise from Harold VanBrtint of
Old Red Bank
Resident Dies
Commerce Chamber
Mourns Monsignor
Maypole Dance
At USQ Tonight
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RED BANK REGISTER, MAY 10, 1945
% Edward McDonough w a j ot~
Nelson will be the leader. Special at the home of Mr. Ed. Bunno and
ganUt and «ololst Th« beartn
pictures will be shown.
'"
the mid-week prayer service Wedwera Harold MeCormJek, Edward
Mid-week Fellowship will meet nesday at 7:30 p. m., followed by
Hounlhan, Fritz Yorg and John
Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock in choir rehearsal and volunteer work
Parker. Burial, In charge of tht
the manse.
on church property.
John E. Day funeral born*, was ia
The Women's Missionary society
The fellowship hall of the church,
Mount Olivet cemetery.
will meet Tuesday at 2:30 o'clock which has been recently renovated,
Members of the firs' company
at the home of Mrs. John V. Wills. will be open for public inspection
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST,
called at the home Monday evening
Cub Scouts will hold their month- all day; Sunday.
" :
SCIENTIST
to
pay their respects and the comly pack meeting In the basement' of
hold i meeting- -wh'lch- was post
LUTHERAN. .
MBS. FREDERICK C. GASKEB' Memorial home,.was In Fair View pany's truck conveyed the floral
Services in First Church of the church May 18, at 7:80 o'clock.
poned-from last week. Mrs. Arthur
ST. CLEMENT'S EPISCOPAL
cemetery.
pieces to the cemetery.
Christ,
Scientist,
at 209 Broad
An A»censlon day vesper service Ryerson is the new president.
Mrs. Frieda Gasker, wife-of FredBelf ord,
will be held tonight at 7:30 o'clock.
CHBIST EPISCOPAL
erick C. Gasker, died Saturday at
Wednesday night the choir of the street, Red Bank, are held Sundays
Services
next
Sunday
morning
MBS. ANNIE BEEBE
A meeting of ther church council church will hold its weekly rehear- at 11 a. m., Sunday school at 11 a.
MBS. FRED 0 . 0OM8TOCK, SB.
Shrewsbury
will be Holy Communion, celebrated her home on' East Washington ave,will follow.
sal and the Couple's club will meef i., and Wednesday evening at 8:15
Bishop Wallace J. Gardner of the by Rev. Frederick C. Price at 9:30 nue,- Atlantic Highlands, after one
Mrs. Annie Beebe, 74, widow of
Mrs. Anna Ellcabeth Comstock,
o'clock.
Services lor Exaudi, the Sunday af the church the same evening, at
Episcopal Diocese of New Jersey o'clock. The church school will year's illness. She had been a resi- Arthur C. Beebe and a life-long wife of Fred O. Comstock, Sr., of
after Ascension, will, consist of 8 o'clock. Rev. Herbert W. CrJig
dent of that borough 18.years.
"Adam and Fallen Man" is the will make a visitation to Christ meet at 11. .'
resident of Verona and Caldwell, White street, died Tueidty night
church school at 9:30 o'clock and will .be "the speaker, bringing the Leseon-Sermon subject for Sunday* church Sunday morning, preaching
Surviving besides her husband are died Friday a moralng at the home at her home. She had been la fall• aervlce at 11 o'clock with sermon story of the work of the chaplain May 13.
at 11 o'clock and administering
two sons, Frederick C. Gasker, Jr., of her sister, Mrs. Alice L. VVII1- ing health for some time.
BAVSHORE COMMUNITY
by the pastor, Rev. Charles E. Rit- in the war.'
of Atlantic Highlands and Robert gerodt of Red Bank road, Llncroft,
.Golden Text: "They which are the rite of confirmation to a class
E&et Keansburg
Mrs. Comstock: wa« born at New
ter. Mother's day will be observed.
Sunday the hand of. fellowship the children of the flesh, these are of . candidates. Holy Communion
Services next Sunday consist of H. Gasker, U. S. Army, on his way after an Illness of three months. Monmouth and waa the daughter of
The Luthtr league will 'hold-a waa extended by the pastor to the not the children of God." (Rom. 9; will be at 8 a. m.
back to this country, unaware of She had been with her sister the Mrs. Catherine McLaughlln and the
hurch
school
and
adult-Bible
class
•pecial service In honor of mothers following new members: Mrs. Wil- 8).'
his mother's death; a daughter Miss past year and a half.;
Church school will meet at 10 a.
late Michael Dougherty. She had
at 7 o'clock. Miss Mildred Hullen liam G. Florence, Mrs. Adelaide. Sermon: Passages from the King m. in the parish house. Mrs. John at 10 and morning services with Carolyn B. Gasker of Atlantic Highanthem and sermon at 11. Sermon
The body was conveyed to the been a resident of Red Bank for
i* in charge uf the devotional p"ro- Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Scott, James version of the Bible include: Osborne, organist, »who has been topic will be "Mothers then and lands, and a sister, Mrs. Kenneth
Worden funeral home and prepared the past 40 years. Mr. and Mri.
"The steps of a good man are or- taking charge of the older boys and now." Evensong at 7:45 o'clock. Melnert, also of Atlantic Highlands. for interment. Services were held Comstock were married March IT,
gram, There will be congregational Mrs, Thomas Sherman, Mrs. Eliza•Inglng of favorite hwmns of our beth Frazee, Stanley Springsteen, dered by the Lord: and he dellght- girls class during the last few Wednesday evenings special prayer
A Christian Science service was Monday afternoon at 401 Franklin 1920, at St. James church by B e v .
mothers. There will be short talks Lois and Beverly Franklin, Robert eth in his way. The law of hie God months, has to give up these duties. service for the armed forces and held Sunday evening at the Martin street, Bloomfleld, with Rev. Harry John C. Farrell of Asbury Park,
by a mother and a child. The Rev. and
Raymond
Warren,
Ruth Is in his heart; none of his steps Rev. Robert D. Smith, rector, will for the eick.
funeral home, with Mrs. Stanley S. W. Bosengrant, pastor of the Meth. rector of the local church at the
Louis Mertz of the Pittsburg Synod Schwenzer, Janet Williams, and shall slide." (Ps. 37:23, 31). Corre- take this class personally for the
Jacobs as reader. Rev. Charles P. odlst church at Verona, officiating'. time.
will be the gueet preacher. A so- Joyce Shea.
lative passages from "Science and rest of the term. Miss Mcrriam
Johnson, rector of All Saints Epis- Interment was in Prospect Hill
Surviving, besides her husband,
cial hour will follow. ^t a recent church business meet- Health with Key to the Scriptures" will continue in charge of the
copal church, Navesink, officiated cemetery, Caldwell.
who is a teller at the Merchants
at another service Monday afterThe program will be as follows: ing the following officers were elect- by Mary Baker Eddy include: 'The younger children's class.
trust
company, and her mother, are
Besides Mrs, Wiljgerodt, -Mrs.
noon at the funeral home, „
hymn, "Abide with Me;" versicles, ed, for the coming year: Dr. Ed- harmony and Immortality of man
Beebe is survived by a brother, Al- a son, Lieut Fred O. Comstock, Jr.,
FIBST PRESBYTERIAN
Mildred Hullen; Psalms 91, led by ward H. Clayton, Albert Vf. Van- are intact. We should look away
Burial was in Fair View ceme- bert H. .Brady, Sr., of Verona, and Army Air Corps, who Is now in
Shrewsbury
Constance
Hicks;
the lesson Nostrand and Patrick Bailey, dea : from the opposite supposition that
tery. The bearers were Henry several nieces and nephews. She England; and a brother, Martin J.
Tvonne Herndon; hymn, '-'My Faith cons; J. William Heim, Elmer Cot* man ifi created materially, and turn
Morse,
Bell, Clifford Merritt was born at Verona and was the Doughtrey of Carteret.
"The Crisis of Victory" will be
Conducted Shoe Store and LeoWalter
Looks" Up To Thee; meditation, rell and Wellington.Kennedy, trus- our gaze to the spiritual record of Rev. James F. Lundquist'e sermon
Porsklevles. '
Services will be held tomorrow
daughter of the late Michael and
tees;
Miss
Mary
Mount,
representcreation, , . . " (p. 521),
'•Mother," Joy Allaire; hymn, "Faith
theme for a special service for V-E
For 36 Years
Elizabeth Klefer Brady. Sho was a morning at the residence and at 10
ative
to
the
Baptist
home
at
NewSunday at 11 o'clock. John A.
GFOBGE MARDOBF
, Of Our Mothers," meditation, "Our
member of the Verona Methodist o'clock at St. James church. Rev.
LEONARDO BAPTIST
Children," Miss Winona Darrah; ark.
Haigh will render the solo,. "Will
James J. Duffy, assistant rector,
Samuel Klatsky of Linden place,
George Mardorf of Avenue D, At- church many years.
hymn, "Lord, of Life and King of
There
Be
Any
Stars?"
The
choir
will celebrate a solemn high reThe annual Mother's Day service
who until his retirement last Jan- lantic Highlands, died Sunday at
PRESBYTERIAN
Glory"; address, Rev, Loulg Mertz;
quiem mass. Interment, with the
will be held Sunday at 11 a. m. will sing "Faith of Our Mothers," uary conducted a shoe store in this the age of 71 years, after ah illness
PATBICH
I.
SHEEHAIf.
offering; hymn "O Love That Will
Worden funeral ..home directing,
Rev. John A. Hayes will speak Each mother present will receive by Lorenz. Miss Ella King, organ- borough for 36 years, died Tuesday of six months. He had been a resThe funeral of Po-trKk I. Srieehan will-bo In Mount Olivet cemetery.
. Not Let Me Go"; proyer of dedica- during: the annual observance of flowers from members of the Sun- ist, -will play as prelude, "A Sab- morning at his home after an Ill- ident of that borough 40 years. Last
Friends may visit the residence
' tton, Rev; Charles E. Ritter; bene- Mother's day next Sunday morning day school. Rev. Ellwood S. Wolf, bath Melody," by Wheeler; a'B of- ness of three months. He was 67 year he was tendered a testimonial of Rumson, who died Wednesday of
last
week in Monmouth Memorial at their convenience. The recita. diction, pastor; hymn, "O Chris- at 11 o'clock on the subject "Be* pastor,'will-deliver a special sermon. fextqry, "Devotion," by Dale, and years old. . .
....
inner in observance of 25 years
hospital,
where
he
had
been
removhold
Thy
Mother."
tion
of the rosary will be this evetians Leagued Together," liuther
Sunday at 2:30 p. m. members of "Postlude," by Ashford.
~
rvice as an engineer for the-CounMr Klatsky was born in-Poland
ed after falling under the wheelajof ning at 8 o'clock at the residence.
Members of the Senior Christian the Junior Christian Endeavor
league hymn.
J)
Several of the church women will and came to the'Unlted States when f Gas company.
the Oceanic fire truck, was held I
Next Sunday, the festival of Pen- Endeavor Society held a meeting society and members of the pastors attend a tea to be held next Wed- a young'man. He came to <Rcd
Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Mary Saturday morning at Holy Cross
JOHN H. COOPER
tecost will be observed with the Sunday afternoon with Robert Low- choir will attend a service at Ivy nesday at 2:30 p. m. by the mission- Bank from Duluth, Minnesota, in
ardorf;
a
daughter,
Mrs.
Walter
house in Middletown. The evening ary society in First Presbyterian 1909 and opened a shoe store "and » Rowan of Atlantic Highlands church, Rumson, where a high
sacrament of Holy communion. ry in charge.
John
H. Cooper of Bergen place
mass
of
requiem
was
celebrated
by
,
The
ushers
for
May
are
Dr.
"Lawrservice will be at 8 o'clock.
church, Red Bank. Chaplain Karl shoe repair shop on Wharf avenue. nd two grandchildren.
• There will also be baptism of inRev. James Mackenzie, The eulogy died Tuesday morning In Rivervlew.
The annual meeting of the church B. Justus, -USNR, will be guest The. business prospered from the
_*.fRHtst_recePjtlonL_of_ members, and ence R. Burdge, Frank L. gherThe funeral was held Tuesday was delivered by Rev, Patrick J. hospital of cerebral hemorrhage. .
will -be-hold-Saturday..at-8.pi-m^iat. speaker.
r
s
y
y
confirmation.
s t a r t s a r i d _ a f e w _ v e a r 8 later_ he i»rning_^al_St^ A g n c 9 = h u r
He was stricken Sunday at hut
The ' Sunday-school
Friday evening, .May 18, at .7:45 Swift, Robert Farrow- and Robert the church.
The Thimble Bee society will moved to the Doremus building on
here . Rev. Michael HrCaltaUali organist and soloist. • "~
'•
workers conference will be held meet tomorrow at 1:30 p. m. at the East Front street. On December 1, ffered a high mass o f requiem.
' o'clock, the Missionary society will Lowry.
Mr. Cooper, who was 77 years old,
Mre. Thomas Hackett placed a Tuesday at 8 p. m. at the home of home of Mrs. James P. Morford.
1932, Mr. Klatsky took over and
meet. Sister-Bessie Engstrom,, parBurial was in charge of the Mar- Chief Arthur Pauels, with mem- was born in New York city, where
modernized the spacious, store in n funeral home and Interment was bers of the Oceanic fire company, he owned considerable real estate.
ish deaconess at the Lutheran .bouquet of flowers on the pulpit Mr., and Mrs. William Thomas.
th
—ehuroh-of-the-Holy—Tcinity_NfiSL ast Sunday in "memory of her
Mount Olivet cemetery. The and Chief Robert VanBrunt, with He WHS the son of the late William
HUMSON PRESBYTERIAN
e former J. B. Weaver building adJ i M l i M d
FIRST-BAPTIST—
Tork city, will be the speaker.
iCaT.acs_wergJ)r._Thomas
(X McVey, members of the Fair Haven fire and Catherine R'. Cooper and had
—
™
_
iQln!ng_the
Doremus
building'
and
Mrs. Howard L. Burdge, Lake aveRev. Robert^ Brewster ~~S-! a "! e t h e r e he continued untiTWTCuT-' Valdron Smith, jbhiT~Rya"nT~W!l~
Keyport
een—a—reifldent-of-rRed-BinJc—for.
nue, also placed flowers on the pulIn'response to the President's re- will be the guest' preacher at the ary when, because of poor- health, lam Halleran, Walter Halleran and
METHODIST
past 20 years. He was a" mempit as a tribute to their family.
11 ..o'clock service Sunday morning, he sold the store and retired.
pieces to the church and cemetery.
quest
the
Sunday
morning
worship
:harles
Hesse,
Jr.
The monthly meeting of the
which will be dedicated to thanksThe bearers, members of that com- ber of -Knickerbocker lodge, Free
Mother's day will be observed at
at
10:45
o'clock
will
be
a
service
of
Mr.
Klatsky
was
one
of
the
charand
Accepted Masons, of New Tork.
pany, were George Hallaman, Peter
tile, morning worship next Sunday Brotherhood will Be held Monday prayerful thanksgiving and conse- iving for victory in Europe. The ter members of Congregation B'Nal
Surviving, beside* his wife, Mrs.
with appropriate messages' In ser- night, May 14, at 8:15 o'clock in the cration, Rev. Leslie D. Maclnnes, theme of Mr. Beattie's sermon will Israel, and was one of those instru- MRS. ALMA von HIRSCHFELD Pauelfl, Joseph Higgins, Frank
Elizabeth Cooper, are a ion, Johnmon and song. Both vested choirs church social hall. This gathering pastor, will preach on the subject, e "For Such a Time as This."
Mrs. Alma Taborsky von Hlrsch- Pfeiffenberger, Francis Murphy and H. Cooper, Jr., of Red Bank, and
mental in the building of the synaThe prelude will be the "Adagio" 3gue on Riverside avenue.
of th» church will provide special will be In honor of Boy Scout troop "Our Nation's Need."
eld, 72, of River Plaza, died Mon- Raymond Shea. Burial, in charge a stepdaughter, Mrs. Lillian White
music consisting of prelude, "Lar- 67, whose members will present a
Bible school with classes for all from the Moonlight Sonata by Bee- Surviving besides his wife, Mrs iay night In Hazard hospital. Born of John E. Day funeral home, was of Worcester, Massachusetts.
go," Handel; processional hymn of demonstration of their training. ages convenes at 9:45 a. m. The hoven, played by Charles F. Got*- Jlllan Gordon Klatsky, are three n Germany, she came to this coun- n Mount Olivet cemetery.
Lester Kelly will be in charge of
The funeral will be held tomorA rosary service was held Friday
the choirs, "For the Beauty of the the evening's entertainment and young people's meeting Is at 7:15 chalk. The choir under the direc- aughters, Mrs. Rose Krakowltch, :ry many years ago and had resld^
tion of Mr, Gotschalk will sing fife of Policeman Irving Krako- !d in Fair Haven 12 years before evening at the funeral home with row afternoon at 1 o'clock at the
Earth;" anthem by junior choir, Everett F. Allen will serve refresh- p. m.
Mount Memorial home with Rev.
Father Mackenzie in charge.
"Only One Mother." Horatio Perk- ments. J. Raymond King, presiA special Mother's day service "Peace, Perfect Peace" by Ascher,
Itch, and Misses Sara and Irene moving to River Plaza.
George J. Ammerman, pastor of the
er, with solo parts by Evelyn Lewis dent, will preside during the brief will be held at 8 p. m. There will as the apthem. A quartet will sing :iatsky, both living at home; two
Surviving is a son, Malcolm von
Reformed church, officiating. .Burand Billy Ottinger; senior choir an- business session.
ALBERT J. KING
be a cholrl composed of mothers the offertory "Largo" by Handel. ot)s, members of the Klatsky law Taborsky of Fort Lee. Servicesial will be in Qreen Wood cemetery
Postlude
will
be
"Pomp
and
Cirthem, "The Woods and Every Sweet
Ill
be
held
this
afternoon
at
John
rm, former District County Judge
Services for Albert J. King, 84, in Brooklyn.
Ralph R. Eckert presided at a and special music, both vocal and cumstance" by Elgar.
Smelling Tree," West) sermon by
W.
Flock
funeral
home,
Long
Instrumental,
will
be
provided.
Jarry Klatsky and Sgt. William I.
Rev. Roger J. Squire, "The Mother weekly meeting of the Young Men's There will also be a Mother's day
The Sunday school meets at 10 :iatsky, now with the Ninth Army Branch, and Interment will be in who for the past 16 years has lived
with his son-in-law. Kenneth H. MRS. CARRIE M. PATTERSON
of the Christ;" recessional hymn, Bible class last Sunday morning. souvenir for everyone present. The o'clock in Blngham hall for begin- I Germany; five grandchildren and Woodbine cemetery, Oceanport.
McQueen, president, of the Mer"Love Divine, All Loves Excelling;" Ensign William L. Ford, who re- minister's sermon theme will be "A ner and primary departments and
Mrs. Carrie M. Patterson of Moniree brothers, Abram Klatsky of
cently
received
his
commission
at
postlude "O Fairest Church of
in the church auditorium at the taten Island, Harry Klatsky of Mr.S. B. UOSAMUNDE KESSLER chant's trust company, at 34 Harris mouth boulevard, Portaupeck, died
Woman of Unwavering Faith."
Columbia
university,
was
a
guest.
Park,
and
who
died
Wednesday
of
Christ," Hans Sachs.
yesterday at her home of a heart
The mid-week service of prayer, same time for the Intermediate de- lew York city and Max Klatsky of
Mrs. B, Rosamundo Kcssler, wife last week after an Illness of several attack. She was stricken Tuejuday
Flowers-will be presented by Miss He left Sunday night for California praise, Bible study and fellowship partment.
yracuse, New York.
for further assignment. He is a.
f Henry KesBler of West Front weeks, were held Saturday after- night upon retiring and sank rapGrace M. Allen In memory of her past president of the Bible group Is held Wednesdays at 8 p. m.
The funeral was held Tuesday af- itreet, River Plaza, died Saturday noon at the Worden funeral home.
parents and by Mrs. Joseph Stec and is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
idly.
FIRST METHODIST
rnoon at the residence, with Rab- light in the Hazard hospital. Sho
Rev. Charles E. RHtor, pastor of
and Mrs. Howard S. Hlg&lnson In Louis O. Ford.
Mrs. Patterson, who was 80 years
1 Arthur H. Hcrshon of CongregaFIRST PRESBYTERIAN
Atlantic Highlands
05
years
old.
the Red Bank Lutheran church, of- old, formerly lived on East Sunset
memory of their mother,'Mrs. Susion B'Nai Israel officiating. The
Eatontown
The
A
letter
from
Staff
Sgt.
Robert
congregation
will
hold
Mrs.
Kessler
was
born
in
Gerits
ficiated. The bearers were three
anna Lewis. Mother's day bulletins
Upon th« death of her h u *
Sunday morning at ' the 10:45 first service in St. Mary's chapel on tearers were Morris and Joseph many and had been a resident of sona-in-law, Mr. McQueen and avenue.
will honor the memory of Mrs. Min- K. Bursley, stationed at New Calehand nine years ago, she moved to
ieeker, Simon, and Frank S. Slegnie F. Long, the mother of Mrs. A. donia, was read. It was announced o'clock worship service Rev. Ches- Fourth avenue this. Sunday at 11 ied, Charles Eitches and Isadore this section for many years. Be- George W. Holmes, Jr., both of Red Portaupeck. She was born at Midthat the monthly news bulletin ter John Padgett will speak op the o'clock. A Mother's dtfy service will
sides her husband, who operates Bank, and Henry Kosman of Jack- dletown and was the daughter of
M. Morris.
Veinstein. Burial in charge of the
Evening worship will be held at which Is sent to approximately 80 subject, "The Glory of the Protes- be characterized by the participa- Vorden funeral home was in the a rose farm at River Plaza, she son Heights, Long Island, and Ed- the late Edward and Rebecca J.
members of the class, now scatter- tant Reformation." The senior choir tion of a number of mothers. A
s survived by three daughters,
8 o'clock. The sermon subject will ed all over the world, will be pubRed Bank Hebrew cemetery near Mrs. Paula K. Smith, Miss Emma win L. McQueen. Interment waj Borden.
In Fair View cemetery.
be "Phillip." This will be another lished in the near future. The la- will bring special Mother's day mu- group of persons will be received Llncroft.
Surviving are two daughters, Mrf.
sic.
into membership and there will be
Kessler and Mrs. William Paasch,
sermon in a series on the original dles' night event which -was to have
Wilbur S. Vaughan and Mrs. CaroIn
the
evening
the
church
school
a
baptismal
ceremony.
In
addition
all of River Plaza, arid a eon,
"Disciples of Christ." Musical pro been held last Friday night, was
JOSEPH THOMPSON
lyn Campbell of Portaupeek; 19
will present a special Mother's day to an appropriate message by the
Capt. Hans Kcssler, serving with
gram under the direction of Allan postponed indefinitely.
Joseph Thompson of White street, grandchilden and seven greatprogram. The primary department pastor, Rev. Roy E. Williams, Jr.,
the United State- Field Artillery in
Carman will Include' prelude, "My
hrewBbury, died Saturday in Mon- grandchildren.
^Tnn n
Harry C. F. Worden, an adviser of tho school will bring a short pro there will be special music by the
ermany.
e a
Heart Is Filled With Longing,"
H» «,„.'
outh Memorial hospital
hospital. He
J h e funeraljvill.be held Saturday
Red Bank KoaiKter'cfln he boush
e was
aa
The funeral was held Tuesday mouth
Bach; anthem by .senior choir, "The of the group, spoke on "Paul's gram. This department is under senior and junior choirs and by (The
! afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at .the
Atlantic IliKhlaniln nt Romcu'h £ei afternoon at tho Mount Memorial
> years old.
. ."
Journey
from
Jerusalem
to
Rome."
the
direction
of
Mrs.
VanBrunt.
Mrs.
Husenitza,
soprano
soloist.
Shepherd's Good Care," Kevin; ofBluniu'.ti't, LemburK*' an
Mr. Lyons will^peak next Sunday The junior choir, under direction •The congregation has been asked to ce Station,
Mr. Thompson was an'exempt Mount Memorial home with Rev.
home with Rev. Charles E. Ritter
fertory, "Evening Prayer," Humper'>
morning at 10 o'clock in the sub- of Miss Margaret White will sing. bring baskets and bouquets of flowember
of the. Shrewsbury fire Charles A. Thunn, pastor of the
pastor
of
the
Red
Bank
Lutheran
dlnck, and postlude, "Hymn of ject "The Future of Christ's KingBaptist church, ofnclatlnir. Burial
Mrs. John R. Bennett has reDuring the service the boys and ers to make this first meeting In
church, officiating.
The bearers ompany. His wife, Mra. Maryy will be In Fair View cemetery.
Praise," Schreiner.
dom."
...
,.
girls of the church school will pre- St. Mary's chapel as attractive as urned home from a visit with Mrs. were Carl Munch, William Evers, Turley Thompson, died a number of
The Intermediate Youth Fellow. J. Kenzia of Bridgeport, Con- Hans Tanner, George Ahlers, Carl
sent their mothers with a Mother's possible.
,- i '
ears ago. Surviving are t w o nieces,
•hip •will meet at 6:45 p. m. with
ANNUAL MEETING
ecticut.
day plant. The pastor will bring a
NEW MONMOUTH BAPTIST
Rehm and Louis Wohl. Burial
rs. Anna Strohmcngcr of ShreweHelen Lauber leading. The topic
Church school will meet at 10
Mias Edith Bagg of Highland, was In Fair View cemetery.
brief
meditation.
The
annual
meeting and dinner
ury
and
Miss
May
Corbctt
of
Wenfor discussion will be "Family
o'clock in the chapel, with begin- ew York, Is the guest of Miss
"Queens of Heaven" will be Rev.
Sunday afternoon at 5 o'clock the ners and primary children meeting
of the county Red C r o n chapter
naasa.
Night."
William Powell's sermon topic at
rlelen
E;
Brown
of
Bay
View
avc
WALTER T. WARDEN
The funeral was held Tuesday will be held Thursday, May 24, a t
Mr. Squire will be the guest tho 10:50 a. m. Sunday worship ser- young people of the minister's com- at the home of Mis. Lorraine Muir.
ue. Mrs. Kent J, Brown of Chapel
at St. James church where 6:30 p. m. at W a n a m a u a Gexdeni;
speaker at the WAC birthday din- vice. This Sabbath marks two municants' class will meet for
The use of St. Mary's chapel has Hill, North Carolina, left Tuesday
The funeral of Walter T. War- norning
luncheon
and
a
study
period
in
the
high mans of requiem was cele- Dinner reservations will be acceptner at the USO club Monday, May special events, one of rejoicing- for
been extended to the Methodist peo- for her home after spending
den
of
Long
Branch,
a
formet
rated by Rev. Jamej P. Byrnes, ed after May 14.
the victory won and the day for chapel. The young people's choir ple through the courtesy of the
14.
onth with her sister-in-law, Miss resident of Little Silver, who died
The Alpha Kappa Pi class meet- honoring the blessed estate of will rehearse In the church at 7 Episcopal diocese of New Jersey, to
Wednesday
of
last
week,
was
held
o'clock. The senior choir will reirown.
*~
ing will be held tonight In the Fel- motherhood.
MEMBER,THE ORDER OF THE GOtDEN RulE
horn the Methodist are grateful.
The union evening service of the Saturday afternoon at the Red
lowship hall at 8 o'clock. Program
This church will continue the ser- hearse Wednesday evening a t - t h e
home
of
Mrs.
Benjamin
VanKeuren.
hree
Third
avenue
churches will Bank Methodist church with Rev.
of games will include the ploying vice of praise and thanksgiving
Roger
J
Squire
officiating.
The
CENTRAL BAPTIST
ie held Sunday at 8 o'clock In Cenof shuffleboard.
started on the evening of V-E day
bearers
were
Vincent
MoyeB,
Atlantic Highlands
FIBST METHODIST
ral Baptist church. Rev. R. Euand will honor especially the
"Mother's Day" will be observed tene Shearer, pastor, will bring the Frank Callahan, Mortimer Van
Sea
Bright
;
mother
whose
children
are
in
the
REFORMED
Sauter and Byron Aspdin, all memMother's day will be observed Sunday with the pastor, Rev. R. lecond in a series of messages on
service. Presentations will be made
Annual family day will he oh- lo thn oldest and youngest mothers with an appropriate program In Eugene Shearer conducting the ser- he subject, "The Church and Re- bers of the Shrewsbury post of the
Berved Sunday with worship ser- present and to the mother with the charge, of the church women. The vice. Mrs. R. Eugene Shearer will urnlng Service Personnel.'! That American Legion ot Rod Bank, of
vice at 10:45 n. m. A special prayer most children attending, those In hour of service has been changed bring the special message of the svening has been designated as which Mr. Warden was a member,
will be offered for those In service, .servicp being counted as present. to the summer schedule, 7:30 p. m., morning and recognition will bu family night" at which service nnd Walter McCoash and Arthur
Mercer.
Members of the post,
and as part of the thanksgiving The adult choir will sing the an- instead of 4 o'clock.
made of all the mothers in attend- ecognltlon will be given all fam- headed by Harry Smock, attended
aervlce, and the choir will sing an- them, "My Mother's Prayer" and
Church school convenes at 10:30 ance. There will be a moment of li in attendance.
in
a
body
and a bugler from
It Wins
thems of prnlfle. Thp subject of the the junior'Choir will sing "For a. m., with Mrs. Eleanor Lindsay,
illcnt prayer for the service man of
Fort Monmouth sounded- taps.
sermon by the pastor, Rev. George Mother," William Roberts taking
superintendent.
he week, Herbert Carhart.
WILL WED SATURDAY
Approval!
Q
Burial, in charge of the Mount
J. Ammerman. will be, "The Home Ihe soln pirn.* Mrs. John Bennett,
The May meeting of the Woman's
Church school convenes in tho
as the Greatest Place In the organist, will play "Venetian Love
The marriage of Miss Elizabeth
Society
of
Christian
Service
will
be
hapel
at
10
a.
m.
William
Maxson
World." The evening nong service Kong," by Nevln; "Melody of Love"
We have reason to believe that our
superintendent. The youth fel- rier of Brooklyn, elster of Mrs.
will begin at 7:30 o'clock. The by RubensUin, and "March Pontlfi- held tonight in the parsonage with
ohn Grassln of church street, Sea
funeral home is a-desirable one, for those
youth fellowship service will he jrale," by Gounod. All mothers are Mrs. Anna Haslam and Mrs. Wal- lowship meets at 7 p, m. Miss Betty Jrlght, and Francis Bergen o
ter B. Williams as hostesses.
held at 9:30 a. m.
Leonard will lead the high school
we serve not infrequently comment to us
especially invited to attend.
The children's group meets this roup and Miss June Clark the rooklyn, will take place Saturday
Monday evening the Women's
it 5 p. m. In Sea Bright Method Is
upon the comfort and beauty of our esafternoon
at
3:30
o'clock
with
Mrs.
The
7:45
o'clock
evening
service
lenlors.
g
missionary society meel.s at the
shurch. Rev. Walter B. Williams,
ill continue
i
tablishment. This approval is most gratthe honoring of Emily Stevens In charge.
Meetings of the week include the >astor, will be the officiating clergy.home of Mrs. Wallace Rankin. The will
Cub Pack 62 meets Tuesdays at
Youth Fellowship will meet in their motherhood. The' young people's' 7:30 p. m. and Boy Scouts Thurs- deacon board meeting tomorrow man.
ifying to us; it rewards us amply for all
will sing an appropriate selecat 7:30 o'clock Tuesday night. !rholr
tinn and the pnstor will nneak on days at 7:30 p. m. under the leaderJ
oiir efl'ojjs.
T E > executive meeting of "the ha-I
ship of Scoutmaster Cecil Layton.
iar committee will be held at the "Sarrlflclnl Living."
Each
week
this
church
honors'a
church Thursday evening. May 17.
FIBST PRESBYTERIAN
servleem.in. This Sunday he Is
Atlantic Highlands
Sinff Set. J. "c. Compton, Jr., who
BAPTIST
Morning prayer and sermon will
is win. HIP 2f)lh Fighter Squadron
The church HOliunl will meet Sun- nt Oxnard, California.
be at 11 o'clock with Rev. Donald
day morning at 9'4.r> o'rloik. ,There
Sunday school convenes at 9:45 N. Correal preaching. The special
are special programs urn! clas*pa in »• m . w i t h Masses for every age. Mother's day sermon subject will be
The Oldest
Bible study for all agr.' groups.
"
minister's baptismal class will 'The Power of n Good Woman."
EXQUISITE - DISTINCTIVE
Monument Manufacturing
At the 11 o'clock hour nf worship Imgin Wednesday at .7 p. m, In the
Sunday school meets at 10 a. m
HfinlWC.F.
Sunday the pastor, Rev. Charles A.'church. Bible fellowship hour on with the adult Bible class meeting
and Retailing Company
jflnusn.
Thunn will speak on "Who in Your SWednesday will continue Its study at tho same hour.
,
Our
exoluslve designs art
ROBERT F.
in Monmouth County
Pin-Up Girl?" This will be. a apoc-Jin Genesis, following the plan of
Junior ChrlBtlan Endeavor Socieial Mother's day Bervicc an will in- isliirtlng at the beginning of tho ty will moet'Sundny at 7 p. m. in
available for your Inspection.
elude the dedication of pnrent.n nnrt HIMe and continuing through.
the Sunday school room. Richard
We have the most modern'
children, Music, under thn direr- !
•
60E.FR0NT ST. RED BANK.N.J."!
tlon of Frederick K. Bull, will infacilities for tho development
FIRST METHODIST
clude the prelude, "Wlegenlled"
Eatontown
Your
Expression
of
of
any
monument
which
you
(lullaby), Brahms, anil offertory
A Mother's day observance In
anthem, "The Lord's Prnyir," Ma- charge of the Woman's Society of
might choose.
Expert deTrue Remembrance
lotte.
Christian Service will be held Sunsigners
and
draftsman,
with
No
other
act
ot
a
normal
The younj; penpii- will nwri in tlw day lit 10:5(1 a. m. The program Is
man's life glvei him more
church school loom at (l:no o'clock nutllnrd In a special utory el»c.years of experience are availcomplete soul' satisfaction
Sunday evening- At 7:30 Hit- xlng- whpre in this Issue.
able for your convenience, For
than tho building of a M«splratlon service will he held.
Chinch school convenes at 0:45
orinl to his loved ones who
^4 llronp characUrlillc of our itniUt li me ijtirtl
Boy Scout troop 23 will rncpl to- ». m. with classes for all age
any Information or advice
A telephone call to our office
have gona on.
morrow night In the church |I»M»- RioupH. Tim senior glrln of Mrs.'
,, will bring a salesman who
concerning your M e m o r i a l
rrt'nt at 7:,"IO o'clock nnrl «l R thr Annntmll Dennis' rlmm will hr In
iffalrniu
that prtdomlnaUi at allllm.it,
Our soluct Bnrro Memorial*
will, without any obligation,
Mary Mount r-liHptnt* will mcft «t' chm'ge nf the devotional period.
problems feel tree to call on
bear the Guild mark of apshow
you
latest
designs.
ths home of Mlsn Oner BHIh, HIITIIP <n'cnln(f service boplnw at
proval—your guarantee of •
ui without obligation.
verbrook road, Shrewsbury. Mrs. 7:30 o'clock with a hymn «ing. The
finer Memorial at no extra
Only Monument Dealer! In
jonlor choir under d I met I on of Mrs.
Visit
our
showroom
Bed
Bank
•KrttncM=--Wh'iT?!oTd="'~wlTP-:B|1n1if
church board of trustees will-meet "Mother's Uive," an' arrangement
certlflod Memorial!.
In the office. AUto the numt night, by .Ivkobowsky, jiev, Paul • (i,
10 DRUMMOND P C
at 8 o'clock, the Junior Mary Mount Jiichinlm will prciii'h on tho thrmr,
(Opp, Qorouih Hill)
chapter will moel with. Mrs, Harry VT-hnre'a No HIRCC Like Home."
Zrrm
'
RED
BANK, N. J.
Burdge of 18 Spring Direct,
FUNEUAI,
I1OMIC
Youth Fellowship will be ho«t to
tattle w/\. -/idami,
BB RlVenldft Avtnui .
. Mrs. Ruth Thunn will conduct tlm Knlr'Huvon Methodist group
Neat lo Ml. Ollv«| Cfmtttry
Telephone R. B. 24
STATE H'WAX 35
Phnni 332 Rid Bank
the art clnss nt the rhuir.h Tues- Tiirwlny cvenlhn In the chinch no:
1S1 MipU Pintl. Kiynnrl
JtUuk
Nlfhti. Sunday! anil Holiday!
iphon* 226
day night i t 7:30 and a ft o'clock dal room.
Phont 13»1
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HEADOpN'S COIINEB
CALL R, B. I411.J
the Baptist Women'i league will
Mid-week leivloa le held Wednei- -
ITEMS PERTAININQ TO
OUR LOCAL CHURCHES
days at 8 p. m. The1' pastor is presenting a series of talks on "Great
Christian Teachings."
'
The membership class meets Fridays at 3:45 p: m. in the main
church room.
Deaths In Red Bank
and Vicinity
Samuel Klatsky
Pied On Tuesday
Atlantic Highlands
We Find
MONUMENTS
Thomas Manson
& Son, Inc. Monuments
FUNERAL HOME
V»erdQuarleF>Centurii of DepenrJaule,Economical Service"
wcw
JOHN £. DAY
JOHN VAN KIRK
, Phone Red Bunk 319
R.F.D. Box 108 Red Bank
Icmonal
Monument Co.
t33 W.%ontSt.
RED BANK REGISTER,. MAY 10, 1945
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victories, tw 0 ties and one defeat
for the season. Sgt. John Conroy is spending a
An ordinance fixing salaries of furlough with his family here.
borough employees for 1945 was
adopted at the meeting of the mayor and council held last Thursday
night The mayor reported that the (The Red Bank Remitter caii ba bought
Rollo transit corporation agreed to
Colt'i Nick »t Arthur Fox'i General
make Lorxlllard avenue a bus stop. itoro).
Moses Morton To Be
The tax collector's report showed a At the meeting of the Atlantic
total of $8,852.06 for the month. township fire company last week,
Sentenced May 24
Resolutions to pay county taxes two new members were voted In.
and to pay the borough of Keyport They are Leroy Hunt and Arthur
By Judge Knight
for the 15+4 share in expenses of Fox.
the operation of the Keyport ration On Wednesday of last week the
Moses Morton, colored, 23, of
board were adopted. Mayor Boyle fire company was called out to the
K. Pattlson congratulated the Scholle farm. There was some dam- North Bridge avenue, Red Bank, on
workers taking part In the local age to a floor in the living quarters Monday pleaded "non vult or nolo
contendere" to an Indictment chargRed Cross War fund drive and an- of WUIIam Layton.
nounced that Union Beach had Joseph Crlne was the winner of ing him with the murder of Cpl.
the basket of groceries which was John Anderson In Red Bank April
gone over Ita quota.
awarded by the Ladles' auxiliary of 14. He will be-sentenced by Judge
Russell V. Wells, Sr., was pro- he Atlantic township fire company. ', Edward Knight May 24.
moted to storekeeper, first class, U. The fund drive for the new fire Anderson, an Ohioan; was staS. N. R., according to Information house has been quite successful tioned at Fort Monmouth and was
received here recently. Wella, who thus far, members having bought assigned to the hospital there. He
was principal of the Union Beach the lot on which the fire house will died on West Bergen place less
school for a number of years, Is on •be built.
than five minutes after being stabduty on a repair ship operating in
At a meeting of the auxiliary, Jd In the chest with a jienknlfe.
tha South Pacific.
which was held at the home of Mrs. Prosecutor J. Victor Carton told
, PFC John SauickJe, son of Mrs. John Riley, plans for a trip to New Judge Knight Morton left a West
Martha Sauckle, Is now on Okinawa York were completed. The next Bergen place tavern to "get square"
with the Sixth Marine division, ac- meeting will be held at the home with the soldier who struck his
cording tfi a letter received here re- of Mrs. Lester Richens.
brother earlier on the evening of
cently.
Girl Scouts of troop 27 collected April 14. Anderson, Carton said,
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Storms of about 600 pounds of clothes for the was a 1victim of mistaken' identity.
State Sen. Haydn Proctor, assignPark avenue are the parents of a needy overseas.
son born last week In Monmouth / Mrs. Walter Siedleckl brought ed by Judge Knight to defend Morher husband home from Fitkln hos- ton), made the double plea. AnderMemorial hospital.
home was at Coehocton, Ohio.
Rudolph J. Cherncy, 47, of Shore pital last Wednesday. His condi- son's
Carton told Judge Knight his inroad, was Injured last week rh an tion Is unchanged.
vestigation
showed Morton had
automobile accident and taken to Pupils of the eighth grade gave been drinking.
the Rlvervlew hospital for treat- Mr. Goger, their teacher, and prinment. Cherney Is employed at the cipal of Colt's Neck public school,
a party In celebration of his birthEarle ammunition depot.
The Union Beach branch of the day.
American Red Cross has organized Mrs. Oram, teacher of the fifth
a home nursing course under the grade, was given a farewell party
George Rath, president of the
supervision of Mrs.. Margaret L. by her pupils. She Is leaving for
Jersey City Police Benevolent asLoops, public health nurse of Mat- Teachers college.
ayr&n. The course will' last 15 Mr. and Mrs, John Steven gave sociation and well known in police
Ircles in Monmouth county, was
w«*ks and anyono interested may a party for their son Paul, who tendered
a testimonial dinner last"
a^nine years old Thursday. The
apply for admittance. Meetings will
week
In observance of his ten years
party
was
held
at
school
for
the
be held In the work rooms at.the
as president of Local 5. The affair
second and third grade pupils.
borough hall,
Everett Matthews Is In. Fitkln was af-.andfcd by more than 300 perFinal plans were made for the hospital. He was taken there last sons and the guests of honor Inbirthday ball to be held In celebra- Thursday morning.
cluded Mayor Frank Hague, Comtion of the second anniversary of
Mrs. Martha Patterson will take missioners Joseph Colford, Daniel
the Monmouth unit AWHRS, at the care of the children of the Colt'a Casey and Arthur Potteron, U. S.
meeting lost week. The ball will bo Neck Reformed church next Sun- Commissioner M. Lester Lynch, Assemblyman Peter Artaserse, Judge
held In Balbach's auditorium, Carr day.
avenue, Keansburg, Saturday night, The Helping Circle at their last N. Louis Paladeau, Harry Gourley,
Juno 2. Capt. Marjorie Bobkoiv meeting, voted to give $28 to the president of the New Jersey P. B.
A., and Patrick Harnedy, president
stated that any parent who has a National Cancer fund.
the Now York P. B. A/ All paid
daughter Interested in the junior
Smith Blanchard has signed up of
group of the Reserve Corps Is In- for the Merchant Marine, and is tribute to Mr, Rath for his efforts
in behalf of P. B. A. •
, vited to visit the canteen In tho awaiting orders.
Rollo Building, Six Corners, Key- A meeting of the Freohold dis- Wilford ftroaby was general chairport, on Saturday and Sunday and trict council will bo held Tuesday, man of the affair, with George Cofobserve the operation of the can- May IB, at Marlboro. A covered fey, James Nevln and Jack Caulteen.
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dish supper will precede the meet- field as co-chairmen.
Memborg of the Union Beach post Ing.
of the 4morlcan Legion will hold Vincent McGuIre, Jr., son of Mr.
an Installation of officers in Vet- and Mrs. Vincent McGuIre, celeeran's hall, .Sunday, May 13. Ed- brated his third birthday Saturday.
ward Ferrari, ohalrmnn of the Sgt. Francis Mumfsky, son of Mr.
clothing drive in Union Bottch; an- and, Mrs. Frank Murafsky, Is In
nouncod that tho drlvo has boon ex- Franoo.
tonded and askod that anyone hav- Jack Lawrence celebrated his 73d
ing bundlOB to bo collocted telo- birthday this week,
phono him at Koyport 1440 or William Wall of Btaten Island
phone John McNevIn at Keyport visited his Bister and brothoHn-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sample of Tin;
Tho post la sponsoring a daiioe to Mr. and Mrs.' Leslie Sample civ
bo hold at Jullan'B boathouso this tortalnod friends at a dinner part}
Saturday ovonlng.
last woek.
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The Union Bonoh spcoor club will
Students of the Red Bank high
play ths Plonoor nthlotlo club of school played a bosobnll gam
New York this Sunday, May 13. agaTnst girls of the eighth grade In
Thus far th» looal team hag two Colt's Neok, and won 8 to 5. .
Union Beach
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RED BANK REGISTER, MAY 10, 1945
Page Eight,
Red Bank Loses To
Long Branch, 5-4
Bowling Scores
FRIDAY EVENING LEAGUE.
Merrily We
Rolf Along
Surf/ Field
And Stream
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Atlantic
Flattens
Buccaneers, 16-6
Harold Jaootaen
Why hain't Margi. B . and Alble
been skating lately?
- Grace. Barbara, why didn't you
BY. STEW VAN V U E T
come skating Sunday night Tou
Timely
Notes
looked cuts anyway.
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Marie, Gract, and Mamie toplc»d
AVE&GERS
On the Great Outdoors
M. Colt
....-W4 144 128
elite Tuesday.
Dummy
182-. 1M 182
Allen Marfctn, y o n t » t U r Uav*
L. Bradjhiw
187 169 148
U. F r a u d .
167 1«6 174. Wounded Veteran Flshlnj Project te pltohera, but -w always man- Flo Heller alon* or Mattlo will f » t
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after you. . .
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ged t o {ret tome.
A ten-run outburst in tix seveoOJ
A" ground rule on a ball that"
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I feel that the above caption dePat Killen, do you b»v« to b« t o Dolores Carmen, your suit fa inning with the score A to 0 brought
The fish out t h e n were all aixen,
FLYING TIGERS
dribbled paat third base enabled
serves
priority
over
all
fishing
news
< •olid!
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Dummy
1S6 186 146
ibapea, forms, kinds and c o l o n . fresh?
victory to Atlantic Highlands Tlg<
Long Branch high, school's baseball
Klenlc
189 149. 156 in Monmouth county.
Ray Eokert, she still likes you.
Paula. Broder, w h ofarO. H., l i i t ers over the Red Bank Buccaneer*
ne species w a l transparent. Tbe
team to defeat Red Bank high S
VnnBrunt
. 189 153 120
Janet, how has Biscuit Sturgee serious?
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loh in the Pacific arajjf every color
Federation Sponsors Wounded
by the score of 16 to 6 yesterday af.
to 4 in the ninth inning of a conCurley
184 131 132
been
treating
you
lately?
John Cas'agronde, you are nice, ternoon at Red Bank.
the
rainbow
and
range
in
size
Veteran's Fishing Project i
test Monday at Long Branch. Al598 508 613
Congratulations,
freshmen,
for*
Paula
B.,
what
happened
between
om
the
small
flying
fish
of
about
though the'runnel', B,. Acerra. was
The scoring of the visitors waa
At the 4ipril meeting of tho MonWILDCATS
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caught at the plate, the umpire
ree inches in length to giant 400- your dance being such a success. you and Charlie?
limited to two innings, the second
("arliart ..
152 172 HO mouth, County Federation of SportsFlo Heller, is it MattiO' now?
ruled him safe in interference with
Anna Furiato, at last you have and the laat. In the second Halleran
lloncore ...'
136 145 1«7 men's clubs, a project to help pro- ibund' Rays. There are a number
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an object outside the playing field.
Mont A., do you like Richie found aomeonef
if barracuda arid various species of
and Carlstrom walked, Marek hit to
Megill
159 156 141 vide fishing equipment and fishing
Acerra singled after Bott and Wood
Harold Cooke, we never knew you Lango, -who erred, and a.'run scored,
for the groups of dlsable<Tveterans iharks—large and small, which Smith?
Awards
To
Be
Made
had struck .out. Here Palin 'sent
Richie
Eckert,
do
you
(till
go
akes
swimming
dangerous.
had
It
in
you.
Hopla struck out," Mount singled,
.694 612 676 being rehabilitated at Fort Mon• a fly to JofiVi Crowell and Booths'
In experiences of trolling we with Dolores Connolly?
Ruth Scott, we hope you are feel- Richard and Rackley walked. P a t .
mouth
hospital
and Asbury
At The Third Annual P. Brown MUSTANGS
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single, in riRht field which he muffpould
take
a
piece
of
steel
up
to
Glad
to
hear
Shep
i«
coming
Ing
b
e
t
t
e
T
W
will
be
back
to
the
terson singled and Marchettl did
Park
Naval
hospital
was
sponsored.
G.' Turnock ....
...153- 153 llO
ed. On retrieving the ball, he threw
the same. Six runs were scored on,
rink aoons
A.
fiwre".
-..-.._. 158 13S 165
President Edward W. L^aycrait he machine shop and have a large home, Rit. Bet you mbjj him.
Banquet Next Week
it to.Vaccarelli to head off Acerra.
M. Jeltrej, J r
1'26 152 164 appointed ' Harry C. Stille of the iven-loch hook made and use teleViola S t u r g * , you are very nosey
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Caroline Donato, why don't you three hits.
It went past the third baseman as
oBe
-wire
for
line
and
rig:
up
feathat times, especially in history and and. George Wheeler and Ann B",,
mg Branch Bod and Gun club,
SBO
(32 S99
he failed to field it and hit a specIn the last inning Marehettl
The police bowling team won the
rs
from
blrdsw'e
shot
for
lures.
We
shorthand
classes.
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BLUEJACKETS
chairman, and the following memtator and bicycle outside the play- Eatontown bowling league tourney
id 'numerous »trlke« but few fish
Schucker
116 177
Marlon C , why are you always some night? .
bers on the committee: Charles H.
ing area. Vaccarelll got the horse- which closed last Thursday night P.
'atterson were hit by\the pitcher,'
Travel*, Sr
~. 119 100
ere
hooked
because
of
lack
of
fiihso
anxious
to
go
to
5-B
study?
It
Reliance, we have often wondered Halleran twice. Marek and Hopla
Hall, Jr., and Joseph Slseo, Long
hide and threw out Acerra, hut he at the EStontown recreation center. A. Shinn
1(3 106
?
ig
equipment.
It
because
R
a
y
E
.
Ja
up
there?
what
w
e
would
do
without
a
swell
Branch;
William
Fiintzer,
Asbury
was ruled safe. ...
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both singled. Crowell erred o n Rich*
Ninety games were rolled, the po-P . MnfTel .
Glad to see KlchU Smith.and Do- organist like you?
Park; Stanley Applegate and Her- At a later base tro managed to
ard's fly, Rackley walked a i d Mar.
581 575 564 man Johnson, Neptune;
The two team? matched runs in lice winning 54 and the losing 36.
•epalr a Jap small, boat and from lores Fuccl back together again.
How
many
of
Us
appreciate
t
b
l
"Stew"
chettl's and Marek'j second hit*
TOMAHAWKS
the first inning, Red Bank tallying Firemen No. 1 team finished secHfferent
chaplains
got
hooka
and
Ray Eckert, why don't you andIntellect of our own "Pop" Mor- Irove In 10 runs. One run tallied
Momzupone
1GS 146 132 VanVliet,. Red Bank; Joha Frye,
first on Mazzucca's single, Scotta' ond with 50 wins and 40 losses; E.
Ines
and
rigged
up
our
own
rod
Marioa
C.
,talk
to
each
other?
Just
row?
Jellrcy, Sr. ..
129 12a 174 Belmar, ,
in a fle]der"n choice.
Firemen No. 2, third with 48 games M.
sacrifice, and Booth's jingle.
d reel for small fishing. We used because you don't go together anyp . IrisH,
1411 178 124
Viola S., you really fell for the Red Bank tallied In the third on
It is intended to use t h k f r e s h
175 1-83 155
Long Branch came back as B. won- anp\. 42 lost; City Barbers, I), Wise
ed
Spam,
which
proved
most
more
doesn't
mean
you
can't
talk.
visitor
from
the
city.
water facilities of Franklin i|errk,
Ackley's double, Mazzucca. aad
Acerra walked, Palin sacrificed and fourth, 46 and 44; Scouts', fifth; 40
Baba Becker, I hear you go
Jeanne O., you are a comical little
617 625
West Long Branch; T a k a n l b e e uccesBfuI. That Js about all Spam
and,,50, and Roofers, nixth, with 33
nge's walks and Vaccarellia
Ferguson Tilt his first triple.
good for out there.
-SPITFIRES
steady with Biscuit Sturges. Con- chumletl ^
Lake,
Long
Branch;
Deal
Lake,
victories
and
57
defeats.
home r u u with the bases loaded.
A. Trevors, Jr.
129 1SS 138
Red Bat^Jc went ahead in the
We never knew what kind of fish gratulations.
"Minnie," your stand is really In
bury Park, and surfjlshingand
The
tournament
winners
also
M.
Benton
.
135
In
the fourth Soden walked, Scott
136
third on Mazzucca's single and
e were eating. The main thing
Glad to »es Yock and Marlon are the right place!
Bruno
17 0
136 shore fishing during the fishing BC
singled, Ackley w a s hit by t h o
steal. He scored ae Booth was hit made the high one game team score
as that they wero fresh m e a t And still going together, keep It up.
143
VahVliet
ISO
178
Kenny D., you oan have a picture pitcher a n d Mazzucca's grounder
in.
- by a ball-thrown -by-tha. catcher,. _ of 955 and also the high score of
hen fried in bacon grease, a little
L k
like Ray Vogel Is getting of "Giggles; 1
T"red"Morr!s
scored Soden. With three on I^ngei
The Federation.hasmada.thB.first
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Long Branch evened up in the 2,684 for threei games."
lt- and pepper when, available, It 'IBaVway" about"ITean Reilly.
1
Carolineib."/"why"ao
you Save to an"d"Booth~strucfcoiit and Ci-oweli
contribution of 100 trout poles, and
fifth on Ehrenholt's walk. Solden of Firemen's 1 team won the Reisted better than turkey.
Did
t
h
e
Lavery
sisters,
Cuddles
bo
»
fickle?
hlgh
Individual
score
of
.265.
]3d+
filed out.
B
E
D
BANK
BUSINESSMEN'S
appeals
to
all
citizens
to
look
in
was safa^on Mazzucca's error, B.
IWe also used our rifles In ifaootVsrna T., why don't you make up
their attics, garages and storerooms \ them. Thin -was more fun andand Posey look funny when being
In the fifth, Red Bank had three
• Acerra'e single and Palin'a bunt creation Center trophy with the
LEAGUE
for any fresh or <alt water fishing >ort, but We »eldom had any luck. Introduced to Eddie Marrea, and your mind a s to what you want?
which scored Ehrenholt. Red Bank ward Chasey of the- police team
on and failed to score, a j they did
rolled the high Individual score of
equipment not being used, and take >ur best bait in all fishing was to they both fell down. What eye» you ' Mary G., does Jack here a pic- in the first tuning also, leaving a .made a-double play on the bunt.
THE MERCHANTS TRUST 0 0 .
Potter
':..-... 187 1G5 201 It to one of tho following receiving raild little jnleta of coral uhd when must have Eddie. ~
r T l f i n 6 p ~ ' 6 T -flre-sixi h - GOB ch- B
ture of you?'
total of 10 men stranded. Tile sixth
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•RBfflHl-.-..r^.-.;::==BKi=:<=»,
W»—US
Jerome T.,, who -was the g
good
Tom Phipp«' team went ahead as
Mary A., do you .till thrill at the inning «aw the final Banker run,
Ke tldeTwenE'out we"cSuht' flshTfePinmen with high individual W. Aumack
g y
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Booth singled, Crowell was safe on average score on each team follow: I'fltteraon
Kiii
ff
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K
T
K
urCroweU-dcrublcd^ snd-Vaccarelll : "
Bfuc«~Qora6n? "
minnows and keTIyiT JooKiiig gff I'lKaTasKrd you lo'sRafe
- . 209 2,20 165 Record; office, Asbury Park Press; lembllng
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a fielder's choice, and Vac'carelli's
192 1GS 109 ottlce, Red Bank Register, and the hich -we used for bait. At times Saturday night?
Anna Furiato, when and where Ingled,
Arthur. Cotgreave, Roofers, 172.- McKcnna
double. Again the home team came 72; Frank, Rainbow Scouts, 1G6.22; Allen
i
178 183 I
Jerry
Mount and Audrey Bueby did y o u get all your spunk?
Ackley started In the box and w a s
Rlvoli barber shop,' Belmar.
J
M
vpe-even-caught-larger-flslHn-those ^ l i
back in their half as Ferguson Luke Meyers, Police, 180.40; Eugene
JT5 935 ggi~ ~T(TTficsi who have no equipmen'
raps:
Morris likes or Is he that way about like the skunk perfume.?'
K. B . B. A.
and feel that'they would-like to
tripled and P"hlfflps doilbTiiT "He | Vlefick, City Barkers, 172.44; Ken
Talerlco, who, after pitching four
Our biggest catch w a s of a ftsh, both of you?
neth VanBrunt, Firemen's N"o. 2,T. Golin o
help in this worthy project, donawas out trying to go to third.
Bea and Walter are itlll going balls, w a s removed for Garrctt.
17
ItafrujHo
137
pecie3
unknown,
which
w
a
s
tough
171.76;
Fred
Morris,
Firemen
No.
1,
the
tions
may
be
left
at
the
receiving
Long Branch tied it in
Vaccarelli, besides hitting S homo
Ollye H. and U Foster sure give strong. Keep it up, kids!
Podernro
M7 108 JJS
s the devil but very tasty, which
seventh as Bott walked .with one 184.18.
Joan Sullivan Is /'Beginning to run, had a ntagle to drive In five
Manciui
181 144 1-1 li depots or mailed to Joseph Travis,
Chester and Tommy Hendricks the
Presentation of the prizes will be T. Golino
201 treasurer, Monmouth County F e d - ve got by dynamite. We, judged It ones over every chance they get"out B. Acerra then struck out.
r
u
ns.
-•see the Light'' She doesn't like Joe
167 113
eration of Sportsmen's clubs, 1312 o weigh approximately 180 to 200 Vlnce W., do you really like Bran- Breheny anymore and w h o oan
With two out in the final inning, made at the third annual .banquet Schlnvo ..;
184
173'
S..
Golino
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196
MUnds.
But
it
w
a
s
g^>od.
Third avenue, Asbury Park.
Palin singled through shortstop as of the league to be held, next week,
blame her?
Now that I'm home,' I Intend to son and is it try you often meet
George Lange was out of position. |
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821
The people of Monmouth county
at Ahern'j store?
"Queenie," why don't you oom«
;et
in
.some
good
ol"
N
e
w
Jersey
Then came the fateful ninth.
BAIKD-DAVISON
can do a good job of assisting these
Marie Flsler, so you are trying, to skating on.Friday's anymore?
Fletcher
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I GO 103 I t o
;rout fishing, and know what I'm
Ferguson, who practically won
Sutlmrland
1 7 " 183 164 boys In our midst to a quick recut
out
Joan
Flannigan
and
get
Dave W., w h o w a s th« girl you
his own game with two triple.?, alcovery by helping afford them the atching and what I'll eat. I hope Wilson all for yourself.
II. Prnton
lil.l 17B Kl
skated with In circle game last Satlowed the Buccaneers eight hits.
Dnvidhon
. . . . 192 20(1 1S1 chance to enjoy the wonderful bene- my luck Is as good with myflyrod
Shlnn
: 1 89 1«6 170
Farmer Bill, w e Just heard that urday? (Nice going Davo.)
He walked nobody and struck out
fits and relaxation that go with s it w a s with dynamite.
Ann, where were you Friday?
you were-- giving away boxes of
11 men in an excellent performance.
Monroe O. Marx,
Mr.. J. R. Clarke New
904 911 809 fishing.
straws for Christmas and Mrs, CasDot B., what's the matter with T?
Mazzucca, normally a fielder,
33d Seabees.
CITARELLA'S
Co-operation and support i s asked
agrande sure liked them. If you
Did you know that your congenstarted for Coach Phlpps and alQulmbr
148 179
Women's Group Head
of ail the civic organizations of the
Klsher
.
183 148
lowed two hits and one run. AckThe American Red Cross offered have any more straws we will take ial, hard-boiled, likable, strict,, percounty. Troop 45, Cub Scout Park
(nob
,
205
128
ley gave up four hits and four runs
Joe Scott Wins
of West Long Branch la doing its a prize for the "Tallest fish story," a vote to aoe who gets the pres- sonable. Randy, had a weakness? ,Mrs. James R. Clarke of locust
(iettUi
121
and was the loser. Mazzucca alGardening! Ye«, flowera too.
number of "Believe it or not" ent thla Christmas.
Cltirella
.
137
bit by providing bait for the fishing
lowed four walks to Ackley's two
Quarter Mile
Shaffer
.
230 203
Until next week, the F, Y. I. will was elected chairman of ths Red
Dot C. and Tommy M., we think
n- Franklin Park. This group Is stories men told and the prize went
Bank YMCA Women's committee
and struck out two to the losing
watoh' you by by. "V."
nder the direction of John Dls- to a boy from Wisconsin. Swedes In you are cute together,
889 801
at the annual May meeting Monday
pitcher's two.
And Mile Events
Wisconsin
are
rather
lazy.
When
SHERWOOD'S SPORT GOODS
Frances
B.,
where
were
you
Fri)row and Dens 1, 2 and 3 under
afternoon. Mr«. Nicholas Graff was
Red* Bank out-erred the victors
G«o
158 1S1
the ice forms over the lakes they day? We missed you.
.he
supervision
of
Mrs.
J.
Harry
chosen vice chairman, Mrs. Allan
Lonirroy —
2D6 200
by. 4-3 in'the field.
Arthur C , is that your girl
Red Bank high school's track "crlnt
Sitscher, Mrs. Raymond Bacon and o out and cut a hole and then
132 181
Church, Jr., secretary and Mrs,
Mazzucca waa the big gun in the team repeated i U performance of. Thorn
ir,l l'jr,
Mrs. Richard Cooper. They are do-sprinkle some chewing tobacco friends?
Oliver Stryker, treasurer.
Red Bank attack, getting three hits. an early ipring practice meet when Nordy
'1ITI7 2'i"i
Davo W., aad Betty B., we^ think
ing a swell job in the real Bo; around the edge. Soon a f i.Bh would
The retiring chairman, Mrs.
Vacarrelll had two, one a double. they placed second in the annual
come
up
and
take
a
mouthful
of
Scout tradition of doing a good
you make a good pair.
804 832
Charles B. Gallagher, was presented
Booth also had two singles.
tobacco and then disappear below
quadrangular meet at Long Branch
RED BANK DAIRY
deed. How about you?
Shirley a and Billy, what -hapwith
a coraage by committee memthe surface. Aiter chewing the to- pened Sunday night?
1511 183
yesterday afternoon.
The Buc- Eolman
Fellow sportsmen, we have
bers. Mrs.1 Arnold Bowen, retiring
2(i2 183
County
To
Rebuild
bacco for a while the fish would
caneer cinderznen tallied 29 % points Naclcrlo
Why
do
certain
Ix>ng
Branch
kids
c-hance
of
a
lifetime
to
put
Into
Morris
175 193
vice president, was in charge of the
come up to spit, and that Is when
behind the 74H total posted by the Schncker
1G,"> 171
tion the meaning of sportsmanship the fisherman would hit it over the go to the show on Saturday nighti?
Spans For $32,Q0O
recent rummage sale and thanked
154 l o g
Rahn-coached
team
of I-<ong Smith
I know that reels and rods an head with a club and get his fish.
Dot C , stop showing off!
all
her helpers. She reported a net
Branch. Asbury Park waa third
Why does a certain red-head from
"
855 812 80C hooks and sinkers are precious ti
income of $164. This fund will be
The
county
Board
of
Freeholders
with 25% markers, while Neptune
MICHAEL'S BAR
you and that they cannot be reBranch go for Frank Grleco yesterday awarded contracts aggre- available for special program needs
When I arrived home I looked
had
J. Arnone
_
lf,9 20il
placed at this time, but think what
gating $32,070 for the reconstruc- of tho girls' groups.
H. Jeffrey
_
178 iss
through my fishing tackle and in a big way?
Long Branch's supremacy in the A.
they
mean
to
boys
who
have
comi
Connie R., how is Jimmy?
Konocorc
]9:l 17S
tion of four bridges, three of them
llr». - Clarke.- delegate to tha
hurdles, along with balance In the M, Arnono
1811 123
back from the combat zones t o res found that I could spare one of
Bob
Howard,
what
are
you
goIn Upper Freehold township.
board of directory, reported that
weights proved too much for Coach T. Arnono
2110
153
little while in our midst, tryin my surf rods. It needs a little var- ng to do without B. B. when you
Procedure Explained
The
contracts
went
to
A.
P.
tho sub-committeo of the housu
Chester Wilhelm'a team.
to gain back their strength befon nish and wrapping but It is a good go into the Marines? (I know, take Thompson, Red Bank; H. K. Bah committee, has permission to . pro941 S24
Ked Bank had Its outstanding
oing home. I know how much i rod, and I have caught a lot of fuih her with you.)
HENRY'S MARKET
By the FSA Office
' performer
& Company, Highlands; Frelbot ceed with improvements and rewith
it.
Also
a
surf
reel
that
needs
157 102
in the person of Joe J . Gnrruto ..._
means to them to feel a nibble 0
Shirley Connelly, why were you Brothers, Port Monmouth, and Jes decoratlon of the second floor club
191 150
Scott, -who won the quarter mile Applcgito
strike of a fish. Everything the; a little repair, some hooks, lines crying Sunday night?
At Freehold
se A. Howland * Sons, Sea Bright room, now used by Jewelry making
Scucciii
.
172 109
and sinkers. So why not dig down
and the mile. He ran the quarter Salatinn ... ..have
gone
through,
all
the
horron
Thompson submitted the low bidclass, homo, nursing and several
„
IBS 174
Lee, you are such a child.
of modern"warfare, their fears am deep in your duffle bag and see Betty B., why don't you teach of $5,738 for the rebuilding of HL- girls' clubs.
—
158 150
Edward F. Dwulet of Freehold, in 54:5 and the mllo in 4:55:8, both T. Citardli
what you can find.
performances
at
this
stage
of
the
noise
and
confusion
of
battl
supervisor for the Farm Security
61 on the Allenwood-Lakewood roai
Dave W. the dance steps?
The new constitution and by-laws
798 885 7 CO where their buddies dropped besldi
Administration in Monmouth, Mid-'the track season. Other Hed_Banl<
CHILLI'S
Joyce A., how do you like skat- near the stock farm in Howe] were presented by Mrs. Hubert
Only
22
days
remain
until
it
will
hem,
and
when
they
finally
go
Bert
Bulkin,
point
winners
were
C. Hruno
140 138
dlesex and Union counties, antownship.
Tho
successful
bidder
Ing?
Farrow.
Following discussion and
heirs. ' All this is' forgotten whe become legal t o fish for striped
202 J57
nounces that the asrricuHurt! divls- who had seconds In the shot put Aschcttino
Joyce Anastasia, you skate good on the other jobs were:, bridge U- changes, they were approved by the
_
,
14S 130
there is a fish on the line. This wa: bass. Reports continue t o come in
ion of the "G. I. Bill of Riphts" is [and discus; "Buck" Kearney, who r.rllli
15,
outside
Allentown'"
borough,
committee,
*
Munlico
178 192
forcibly brought home to me las that stripers are in the surf, bays for the first time.
prepared to-rertify the guarnnty of (scored a second in the 1O0,' Me!Suotxo
Ba.hr, $9,480.75; U-53, Elllodale,
177 m i
Interested women's organizations
:
Velma L., living in the sticks la Frelbbtt, $9,334, and U-68, near
Friday evening when I had one o and inlets, and that they are being
loans made by veterans.
Dnvis, second In the half-mile, and
in the Red Bank area arc each inthe grandest opportunities of m; caught illegally at many places not so bad, but you don't have to Sharon, Howland, $7,518.
SU5
Dwulet explains that the G. T. JNick Rogel, who reached 9:9 to
vited to send a delegate to the
SAL'S TAVEUN
life to talk to a bunch of these boy along the surf and In the Shrews- show it when yqu go to the city.
Bill docs not provide for loans by j take second in the pole vault,
On motion of Freeholder Joseph women's committee, which is primbury
river.
AiiKfrole
1G3 17.1
at the Fort Monmouth hospital
Lois J., that's a good way to C. Irwln, director of highways, th
the government, but arranges that | Fourth places were taken by Wil- Hemfrteks
1ST, 1M
Capt. Johnny Bogan of the Par-spend the rest of the school day. clerk, Edward Broege, was author arily concerned with furthering the
The American Red Cross asked mi
the government guarantee the re Iso n in the mile, Joe Scott in the W y m l n
•.
_. 170
If I would come out and g-Ive a fish amount II, out of Brielle, tells us
Norman and Ray, we all liked lzed to readvertlse for oil for high group work program of the YMCA
l:,8 177
payment of a portion of n loan discus, Ed Jones in the shot put, Unmmomi
for youths and women.
ing talk. Frankly, I was scared t< that mackerel are hitting in their your bow ties.
_
177 17S
(
made by a veteran through hanks Petp Sickels In the pole vnult and M. Aumnrk
way use.
It was voted to plan for an early
death, but when I got over ther stride. Although the weather laat
JacWe I., your head Is going to
and other repilnr .sources of credit. ' Irving Reeves in the 220.
Prosecutor J. Victor Cartoi fall mother-daughter dinner with
sso
Sunday was not very tempting for be sore ifyou keep getting knocked
and found that they were just
The proposed loan is reviewed by j Alonso Williams of Asbury Pnrli ,
thanked the board by letter for re the six group leaders and the 122
TWIN DINER
a
day
at
sea,
nevertheless,
a
numbunch
of
swell
kids
'
who
were
out.
committee m?uU- up of three far- was also a two first-place winner, (>. Finaro
l*,!)
cently redecorating his offices In th
anxious to learn' about fishing in ber of Monmouth county anglers
i s 2 170
Minnie, you'ra faithful "bobby courthouse. A letter -was also re»c members of six Trl-Hi-Y clubs. Mrs.
mers and tfhe business m.-iTi vetnr- taking the 100 and 220-yard dashes. Albrcclu
nrennrr
147
Nicholas Graff was appointed chairL
were
on
hand.
Charles
Bontill
of
New
Jersey,
I
gave
them
"".I
had.
nil
an, a n d this gionjj w i l l m.Tltc tor- Howevrr. Hcott wnn top mnn ID the Jf. Mny.xn
Sox."
from Supreme Court Justice Josep: man, for .the event.
' i m ; 1,-fi •
They were boys from nearly* every Tlnton Falls with 49 mackerel end
tain t h a t tlu- oxpri ieiH-c and ability \ nient with 11 points.
Frank Sinatra has a lot of loyal B. Perskle, Atlantic City, adyislntf
V. IVI'iuio
173 : t i ' j
Mrs. Victor Fox, group work sustate in the union, but I soon found two cod; F. Sayber of Navesltik, fans from Leonardo.
of the vc'ei.-m i:ive him :i good | Rod Bank meets Asbury In a
the board of the re-appolntment o
that a fisherman from 'Wisconsin, Eddy Wolf and William Laber of
chance to Mirrced on his farm, thnt Idunl meet- next Tuesday (it Asbury
Harold, we sure ml«a seeing you Charles Miller, Eatontown, as grand pervisor, reported that the clubs
LITTLE
Long
Branch,
Donald
Kohlmayer
of
were
completing service projects
California,
N
e
w
Mexico,
Florida,
SILVRIl
FIHK
DK.rT.
the property liein*: pnld to him is
Jury clerk for three years at $9fX
Pnrk.
T. Ilrunn
1.1.1 172 J
and social event3 during May. The
New Jersey was first of all a sports- Sea Bright, Ed Martin of Rumaon, Sundays.
reasonable hi pri'T and on equita year.
V. MnlTci
u s 201
Teenle,
don't
ever
Ginny
and
all accounted f o r . catches ranging
Alpha Delta Trl-Hi-Y club, cominn,
able term?. ;\n'l thnt the fnrm en1.1.1
I', /.amlirnno
from 23 to 79. Capt. Johnny says change.
posed chiefly of seniors, presented
' t c r p r i s e he 'prop'i«i'(l to operate b
TOMATO PLANT 8TAKTEB
a farewell gift of $5 to the YMCA
a sound one.
1 s!•
After describing all the various they should continue to bite for the Kenny D., someone else likes you
too.
]7f,
remainder
of
the
month.
The
boats
to help in redecoratlon of a girls'
With
the
good
price
for
fliC'-l!M5
kinds
of
fish
we
have
In
Monmouth'
A
starter
solution
for
tomato
T h e outlined process of security
Loretta T., someone would Hke
corn crop assured, Monmouth councounty,- fresh and salt water, and leave Manaaquan river yacht basin,
8.11
plants may be mads from any mix- club room.
for t h o loan Is n.a follows:
going into details on surf fishing,, Brielle, at 8 a. m. daily. Fare $3.50, to have your picture.
Members of the committee Ined fertilizer
high In nitrogen
l,..T!ie vt-tciMii Hi'r-un's from tho ty growers eliotikl find it profitable
"Sadie," we know you still like Three pounds of a 13-25-13; foui clude Mrs. Gallagher, Mrs. Bowen,
V e t e r a n s AcIministraMfjii a ei'itifi- to use fertilizrr.s liberally for thnt M0NH1OUTII COUNTY CLASSIC showing them how to mount tackle, including bait and tax. N o Coast
Guard
Identification
cards
requirod.
crop
this
yi>nr,
according
to
H..
R.
where
tho
host
places
to
fish,
when
Donald Moore.
pounds of a 10-8-4 or five poundi Mrs. Warren Tyrell, Mrs, James R,
cation of ' l:L.',!'il:'.y for U;r (.MKWRIIKK.Y^'OIiT DINER
nnd whnt baits to uae, .1 called for
Grace Andros, If only you andof a 7-7-7 dissolved In 50 gallons o Clark, Mrs. Hubert M. Farrow, Mrs.
tcc.
He :.-• (•!:!::li',i' if In. served 'ill CON, extension specialist in soils a I
".. 1102 2 12
round table djscussion. At first
your slBter had what another girl water may be used for all crops
2(ir,
Samuel W. Hausman, Mrs. Frank
days, ;inil \ v - ; " ' d•• !:»nm nliiy dis- Ruliters imivr-Niity.
Uir, 1K1
they were a little shy, but after a
has,
c h a r g e d .'Hid '.is ii'" nliKidy used | Here . are his recommendations l . i i f i i y r t t e
the rate of Vt pint per plant. Start Kuhl, Mrs. W. A. Miller, Mrs. JoK
IBS
10S
boy.whnse..hnmc..lsI.ln .Tforth Dakota
his gu:u-;tnt.'<
, for fertilizing corn this year:
Caroline
Donato,
you're as er solution should not be used oi seph F. Odenbach, Mrs. Walter A.
» |
told how iie fished In Australia the
On land which has received
changeable as the weather, calm crops where dry fertllizor or fert RuIIman, Mra. Oliver Stryker, Mrs.
f.iirly
Rood
npplicatloh
nppllcatlon
of
suprrInformation mi (•
-terrslmi—rrosUsing materials of any kind havi Ella Wiltshire, Mrs. William D .
d—SOOO—they- J-^Un™n\.jr.Wltrntmmnrm
fflrnmnn
f;trminf,'
STOnrjES BAR
phnsphntod manure the uflp of 150 Tultle
question* 1 , < vo\>-, y
•were telling1 about their fishing first class and son of Mr. and Mre. Nettie R., don't you go with any- seen placia—iff-trrg—rowr-wsms- -SiryrerMrsrNichoras-QrarrrMri
1C9 194
"an (roi'-i to " ° 2 °0 P""1" pounds per acre of 5-10- Allon .t
193
and so forth, t h "
„
190
experiences
overseas.
They
had
County
Agent Clark. A special Ian Church, Jr., Mrs. D. H . Wilson,
John Fltralmmons, well known one anymore?
afri :i ultiirnl i l f ) " r 5-1O-5 fertlllzrr In tho planter Nonly
_
_
197 ISO
the offlcr- of tl:i- to
fished In every part of tho globe. summer residents of Hlpa way, Soa Jeanne O, you are quite a Jolly starter solution mixture, 13-26-13, Mrs. Burton Dorcmus, Mrs. J. D a n 173
U'Ai'erra
200
,
U
i
J
,
i
|
.
'
s
h
o
u
l
d
l
»
satisfactory
treatment.
T w
HRent. Marvin flm
may be secured this year from fer- iel TullDr, Mrs. Frod Bpyd and Mrs,
Ono boy said that nt one station in Bright, Is assigned t o the 6th Ma-friend.
If the manure hnH not been suppjr-the South Pnrlflc sharks would rine division on Okinawa.
Harry Olsen.
M.>nJean S., why did you change your tilizer dealers.
mcntpil with Bupiirphii.Tllnt<> 250
nilENTWOOD INN
m o u t h rnu.'jiv.
clinse .small Imil into a lagoon. So
He has written that In spite of name to 'Ueanne?"
pounds or niore of n prude similar
ri. Tin- v,-v-. i n |,
a bunch of them decided to try and the "saturation" bombings by our
i l n ' l i ' i " ! ' " . .'..... '.'.•.•.".'.'.•.•..•.,'.'.•.•.".'.•.'.'. 1 ? , 7 17J
Helen S., you are nice at times,
In 4-12-4 or -1-12-8 mny woll-be np- Aml.-rmin
_
m l 100
or if- he i.s tor'l'.inK
lonu fur equipenpture the sharks. After tho air and surface craft, "many pretty but not for long enough.
pllod with the planter.
Ml-uno .-,..._
.... Ififi 198
m e n t or livestock,
'at}'.- ihp prnj>sharks had gone Into the lagoon sights are left" in the Oklnawas.
l-'niwell
_
195 185
Warren P., please come to LeonOn field to be' planted t o corn
e r t y he wi.»h
to pun'rr.ise.
they -waded out ncross tho inlet and As soon as ."things quiet down a ardo lagaln?
RSO 9 0 1
4. Thi- vf! 1 n HI : i.ntf f fur prertlt without mnnuro tbe liberal use of
stretched war bags between thorn bit," he IntendB to take some picCITY
OV
I.ONO
J. Lentz, you're really
D
U
A
N
O
I
I
mixnd fertilizer nppllcd broadcast
through ) inntl when thn sharks headed to sea, tures.
Tom
. ISO 14!)
Moinel's friend even though,
before plnntlnjr, In addition (0 the T.
or any nth'
t'lM.-lltilll
thpy nihnaKi'd snnm a number of
Fltzslmmons
has
been
ovorseas
Mlna Trelber, you are missed like
the planter, Dillirini.
212
108
. 5. An iipp
of till- fertilizer un«l with
tliPtn. Whnt an excittlng tussle they 28 months. Previously attached to
14.1
17(1
should be nipnylnp Investment tbl«
the stars would mlas the sky,
property. If
I had.
It,
Tiinin
the
Seabees,
he
has
seen
acUon
In
10,5
1110
ypnr. Whom the crop is plimtrrt .1. Tomni
Credit A iini'tii t'.nn p'
M. T., Edith wants you to come
117
the Fljls, Solomons, Russell Island,
m
without tnniiuro on timothy sod or1
nppralsiil,
u ].,, r,
til a p Monroe "Rulch" Mnint of Shrews- fiiindnicnnal and the Admiralty.Is- back nnd visit fqr a day.
SM1 H. f ,2
grllin
Ktllhbli',
up
tn
B
O
O
pounds
prr
' " ! I".VetrrMlna, you will receive a letter
lUXIll; VI'ION
iiny, n member of thi> .",;| Sea Boca
nfi-e of 7-7-7 or fifm pounds of Hi-lOan.s Adrninif-'- iti(,r
2 m lold tlto. following story.
olthor thla woek or next.
I0 mny will lie IUSPII. Whore HIP Mi'Kill
f>. Applir.-' ',.-, '•
i
n
r*
Lillian S., Little Lulu really g«U
_
»
cropp III jplanli'il wllhuiil
Fishing In the South
Ilium'
ClflARITTE
1,1 mildf. Ap|--!|r.-ili
Y
o i r n r 1 111 tin
.... lfiT
around, doesn't sh«?
IVlllOIT
m
secured nil 1)'r t:"t
It's a funny thing, but back home
Kill
M- li MIIIT o r c l o v e r « r alfalfa s o d , a hronrtriiKl MiiMM'
Chnrlotto B,, ploase be nice to her
from lh(- yy,\ i,n.
a
p
p
l
l
r
a
t
i
n
n
o
r
(!00
pounrlH
of
5-10
.
"
i
hern
In
New
Jersey,
you
fish
for
MAKIfl A
HI
I'V-I-IKIIII.
all the time,
K',0 liu
The complct'-d npp:
of 4-12-R is otiKKcsted.
sport, We never hud much time,
A luncheon wan tendcrod by Gulf
J . 11. M O U N T I ' l l .
Dolores C , your brother Is v*ry
will) the i-iitilr.i!
ln~iid(litl'jn to tbi'He lirmidriist ni'- l o o k
h
hut
took
tlmp
to
flah,
'mainly
for
l
r.
l
OH
corporation
recently
at
"Hotel
mi
BITTER SMOKI
nice.
•
is forwai-ili.il " o n ,
pllciillnnH, fioin 1B0 t o 200 p o u n d s MnMrnln
food.
Mv llsii experience waa InTaft, Now York, to honor mombore
Kill
Charlotte- Bcnas, what are you;so
of t h e mime KI'IKIR fnitlllzci' can lie Vni'.ili i '
I.', I
7. The Omiriy \<
Decnmlii-r, 111 I'.', when t was Bhown of N e w York Sales division's perjealous about?
ji
usi'd t » iidvimlnKii wllli t h e pliiiitcr.
in.'.
tifylntf rointnlttrr
how to Huh with dynniullp. W B K °sonnel whoso years of valuod naGladys K., IB it serious betw
plication, If niTiHroiidensl uppllculionv. of ferllli'/
mil tin tint i-ci'ls nnd limit a r o u n d Hoolntlon with tho company range
the appllnint, mid
cr f o r . c o i n urn be"! in'Hh' licfonwliiTn thi'i-i" wi-i'p uuhiiolH of fish from ten to ,'15 years.
Engraved you nnd Normun Davidson?
Kntli Frnnklln, how did you m
pliint nur clmii;t' (if ilyniimlto, m i d corUflcntDs and Jeweled emblems In
I 1 " ' *>'• •'• A K ' 1
Bob K ?
the a p p r o v a l or i l i s ! i ] i | n u \ n f u r
bioiidfiist
treatXuaruntne, T)i« tiovm nrm-nt will f i!f t h a t t h i ' s r
V.6VW M r Jormif^you' eiter-Vf.
Tho ' promotion uf Melville A. where we hml •plunteii the dyna- ton or moro yearn Horvlco with tho
g u a r a n t o e half tin; vulue of tlm !'>:m riuTits m a y «iitl«fn«tfir|ly Im n r i d n Murray of Holnulel, from scrgeunt mite. VVn would then sa't It off nnd
company wore presontod by Divis- cuto.
be!
HIi'
p
l
o
w
i
n
g
,
b
u
t
fllltfhtly
b
e
t
t
e
r
but. n o t metre Ilian $i!,iinn.
Anglo Vpr&ngd, you really
ID «t:iff HiMgount wan announced RO out lind pick-up tho llsh. A lot ion Manager K. Waldo Emerson.
•8, T h e VoUruiui
Ailiuini;iliHtlun rr.<iiltH hnve been olitnlnerl by drlll- ruoontly at. un Klghlh Air Force- worn, dofitroyort
thin mothod,
Among those honored ware Coun- swell, ho thlnkg s o too,
Inir tlie fcrtliir.rr deeply nfler jilow- flKlitor Htntlon In Englund,
Kua'rnntcc« t h e Inun,
Johnny 6., how do you like
lull II lot wero nlsn kllleiV by tho cilman Sponcor M, Fatloreon of
Anyonn dcHlrinff fiifdicf 1 InformaN(rt. Mifmiy in n clerk In Iho or-coni'imslnn.
Entontown, Joaoph W. Sheohan of Ing nn usher? The uniform boco no»
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»tro«t In F'fpphuld, Mondnya oi Hut- 1*100,000 farraern who- nfll diilry
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Acerra Called Safe At
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Police Team Wins
Eatontown League
Bowling Tourney
Officers Elected
By "Y" Committee
Red Bank High
Finishes Second
In Track Meet
Four Bridge
Jobs Awarded
Information For
Veterans Seeking
Loans For Farms
Fertilizing Field Corn
''Pretty Sights On
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Honored For Long
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S THE tempo of the war inA
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turea water soaked and thus pre- QUtNN * DOBEMD8,
another conflagration.
Summer Residence vented
The- fire fighting: was directed by
Chief Gilbert Boyer and AsIn Sea Bright Is Fire
sistant Chief John Ryan,., who
praised all the firfemen for their
despits the handicaps enDestroyed By Fire efforts
countered.
.
School Flower Show Has 300Entries
LIABILITY AND PROPERTY DAMAGE
$5,000/10,000—$5,000
Annual Cost $25.00
Comprehensive Fire and Theft
Annual Cost $6.00
Firemen From Five, '.
Boros Put Up Hard
But Losing Fight
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There were more than 300 entries
at the flower show held Friday at
tha Shrewsbury public school, with
parents, teachers and children of
the borough exhibiting.
The exhibition waB staged in the
school auditorium* with entries
placed on long tables around the
edges and ccnter'of the room. The
auditorium stage was decorated to'
represent _ay__outside terrace. Refreshment3~were sold by. the Girl
Scout—troop of Shrewsbury.
There were many classes, and
first, secoml, t'aird and honorable
mention awards .were given in each,
class, as well as a special merit
prize to the various exhibitors. Pu*
pits of Miss Helen M. Lang's fourth
i
and purple pansics, with the green
sweetpea vines trailing around the
edges of the container.
The summaries are as follows:
Class one—Arrangement of pansies,
irst,v Diane Rockwell, Anne Jones
and Anne Binder; second, Betsy
Anson, Dick Hammond, John Meriam, Pam Merriam and Nancy Nevius; third, Janet Jones, Elizabeth
Obre, Dorothy Hanson and William
Mokler; honorable mention, Jean
Kelly.
Class two—Arrangement of yellow flowers, first, Rita Menie and
Carly Niles; second, Richard Krelss,
Elizabeth Hymer and Pat Johnson;
third, Anna Ploretti and honorable
mention, Bob Morgan, Julie Nevius,
AnnO Binder,, Nancyy Nevius and
i
.Kingston^
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Class three7^Arrangemen1'"
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Plate and tray background," firsts
Rose Mary Binder and Mrs. C. R.
Kingston; second, Margaret Merriam, Carly Niles and Mrs. A, A.
to'^Tepreeeril
ri a™Bo'oK—titter-Bsvid- -Binds i'-r--tt) i r4rJJo4»UljL.Angan__aJnd_
Smitli, 10 years old and a fifth Elizabeth Hynser; honorable mengrade pupil, won the special merit tion, Marjorio Kingston, and special
award. His exhibit illustrated the merit, John Merriam.
"book, "The. Saga of Blllle. the 'Kid.", Class lour—Arrangement to repDavid's ent;y was a small dish gar- resent a book title, first, Nancy Neden, filled with' cactus plants and a vius, Anne Jones and Mrs. Herbert
miniature statue in clay of "Billie Binder; second, John Merrlam,i'ho Kid," placed in the center.
Julie Nevius, Pam Merriam, Betsy
John Merriam, age 11, a sixth and Dorothy AnBon and Mr3. For.jrade pupil, was another special rest Smith; third, Carly Niles, Rosemerit winner. In the class calling mary Binder Joan Cowan and Sufor an arrangement using a plate or san Gilman; honorable mention,
tray as a background, John used an Mary Ann Smith, Ann Binder, Jean
arrangement of wild golden colored I Walker and Mrs. Edward H. Anson,
all yellow flowers, flrSt, Mrs.'Anson
and Bob Morgan; second, Elizabeth'
Obrc, David Smith-Diane Rockwell,
Joan Cowah and Pam Merriam;
third, John Maloney, Dorothy An.
son, Rita Manei and. Mrs. Albert
Binder; honorable-, mention,. Ann
Binder, Elizabeth Foales, John Merriam, Nancy Muyer, Phil Smith,
Charlie Scott, Charles Merriam,
Dorothy Reynolds, Elizabeth Hymer, Elaine Marx and Mrs. .<?...W,
Jones, and special merit, Betsy Anson. • • ' ' • .
Class eight—An arrangement for
porch, first, Margaret Merriam,
Betsy Anson and Mra. Nevius; secnd, Dorothy Anson, John Merriam
.'ndi Mrs. Forrest F. Smith; third,
nne Howard, Pat Johnson and
Mra. L. J. Barrett, and& honorable
the, room having the most entries,
and'eighth grade -pupils of Howard
Matteson .won the 'prize lor the
grade having the ,most entries.
.the class for the arrangement
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.FIRST: KeCp the drainage system clean, with baking
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SECOND: Keep the ice chamber°freeof food.
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and Mrs. Hope.
Class nine—An arrangement of
white flowers in a white container,
first, Pam and John Merriam; secnd^Mrs. C. W. Jones, Elizabeth
Rosemary Binder, John Feist and
Mrs. Barrett, and honorable menion, Laura Atkinson, Pat Johnson,
Mi's. Binder and Mra. Howard G.
Hymer.
Class ten—An arrangement of
fruits, flowers and vegetables, first,
Nancy Nevius, Nancy Meyer, Dorothy Anson and Mrs. Nevius; second, Bob Morgan, Mary Ann Smith,
and Mrs. Hope; third, Betsy Anson,
John Merriam and honorable mention, Mrs. Barrett. '
C1&3S eleven—An arrangement in
mustard, placed in a square dish, and special merit, David Smith.
:xhibitor's favorite container, Bret,
with, a larger square dish in ivory
Class five—Miniature arrange, |xh
and brown for the background.
merit, under five inches, first, Mar.• * W a i th Hilton, Marjorie Kingston
Betsy. Anson, a fifth grade pupil, jorie Kingston, Mary Ann Smith, nd Mary Ann Smith; second,
who is 11 years old, for her merit Margaret Merriam, Dorothy Anson, Rosemary Binder, Charles Newman,
winning entry used an arrangement Anne Binder Mrs. Anson, Mrs. Ar- Dorothy Anson, Janet Jones, Faith
of yellow daisies in an oval .con- thur Hope and Mrs. C. K. Ham- Hodgkiss and Jeffrey Kalmos;
tainer, with the miniature figures,- mond; second, Stephen Smith and third, Frank Maloney, Jay Sacco
of three ducka beneath the daisies,' Mre. Richard Nevius; third, Prank and Julie Nevlus; honorable menFaith Hilton got a merit award in McKenna, Ann Jones, Billy Hod- tion, Bob Scott and Pam Merriam,
the class for the most original en- smith, Nancy Meyer, Betsy Anson and.special merit, Mrs. Nevius and
try. The 12-year-old sixth grade and John Merriam^ and honorabl Faith Hilton.
pupil exhibited a straw figure of an mention, Elizabeth Hymer, Pamela
old man, representing a flower Parker, Anne Howard, Nancy MeyHer, and in the baskets fastened er, Joan Cowan, Bob Morgan, Phil
i his chair, were arrangements of Smith and Bob Scott.
lolets and other small flowers.
Class six—Arrangement in a
One of the merit arrangements, kitchen utensil, first, Julie Nevius,
ubmitted by Mrs. Richard Nevius, Nancy Nevius, Dorothy Anson and
parent, consisted of an exhibit of Anne Binder; second, Janet Jones,
,-eetpea3 placed in an old Victoi1- -Artie Hope and Rita Menei; third,
m canister set. The silver bottles, John Merriam, Elaine Marx and
hich in grandmother,^ day con- Bobby Hodgkiss, and honorable
ined sugar, spico, vinegar, and oil, j mention, Elizabeth Hymer, Betsy
nower3. Inside the larger. Anson and Nancy Meyer..
'Ottles she had arranged yellow ' Class seven—An arrangement of
Quer-ionrl
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attorney hastened
to assure the officials that she too
wa s never In the' nude, but again
wore what is described in the profession as a semi-nude costume.
These dancers, it was stated, were
niambcrs
of a group of entertainers
Penalty Against
.uini.'hod by a regular agency and
Monmouth Hotel
.lie sr.ms agency furnished performc: j for a number of amusement
The plenary retail consumption ''l^'cs
in the state,
cense issued to Walter E Melee I Ml'- Weigaml stated that hie
rading as the Monmouth hotel at !hcel i cwn ti 'l s**-uhou!""n h* d l d n > t t h l n k t h a t
12 Broad street, Keyport, was giisviolating the law on the
jended from midnight Monday to occasions charged, has stopped the
'une 30 following a hearing before [presentation of floor shows since
he mayor and council Monday on pfarch
The mayor and council deliberaisciplinary proceeding, recommened by the state commission of ted about 20 minutes before the de- Jl
cision was announced,by the acting
.lcoholic beverage control.
Mr. Melee was charged with three borough attorney, John M. Pills- •!'],
iolations, the first two allowing, bury, who said that he had been
ermitting and suffering Iewdness in touch with the commissioner's ;
nd immoral activities Match 3 and office and it was indicated that''
0, 1945, to which he pleaded guilty they would be satisfied with sus- !
i-ith explanation later changing pension of the license for the balhis to, non vult nnd the third nce of the license period instead
harge, to which he pleaded not of revocation which > they had
i
;uilty, was of knowingly, employing strongly urged.
, disqualified person. \
It was brought out byJiis lawyer,
'. Frank Welgand, that the latter
hargc did not apply" where Mr.
<lelce wna conducting a hotel. The
ouncil dismissed thnt charge.
Sundny nflernoon Mr. and Mrs.
.Volrjnml ir\ h.[fi exnlnnation Ellwood Hendricks, Sr., of Appleibjectcd lo the wording of the gate street, niver Plaza, nem operr
•hnrge of permitting lowdnoss nnd house in observance of the return
immoral nctiMltlps, r which he claim- of tbiMi' .son Ellwood. Jr., M. M. 1/c,
ed wns untrue, an d stated thnt a who hml been overseas 27 months.
better charge would have been in Petty Oflicor Hendricks, a graduate
permitting the presentation of nn of Leonardo high school, is married
obscene floor show.
to Ruth Ijovcraldge, daughter of
The attorney contended that an Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Loversldge of
obscene allow depends upon the Ijocitf<t nvenue,
point of view, education, etc., nnd
A liuffi't supper wna served from
Hinted that the1 only way lo nrrlve n gnily decnnited tnblc, the centerat nn ni-i'iuaU conclusion ,w;i« for pli-i'c being ii large cake.
the allow to he performed before
The K.ui-sta In turn surprised Mrs.
Hie governing body. Thnt, he
Hrndrli'liH, Sr., acknowledging her
wii« impossible due to lack of lime birthday by the presentation of
nnd nisi Inil was the only fair way ninny gitts. Oueslw Included Mrs.
for the judges to determine where Ellwood HomlricliH, Jr., Mr. nnd
nrt stops n ml Indencency com, Robert Hendricks, Mr. nnd
mciii-w, He said It wna merely the Mrs. Lewis .Hendricks, Mra. Clnude
opinion (if tho AHC Investigators Hnlncs, Mr. and Mrs. Edwurd Henthnt whiil took plnce wns obscenity dricks, Mr. nnd Mrs.Jo.ieph Hughes,
nnd not ml, but since tho Inveati- Mm. Kllznbetli Wnltcrs, Mr. anil
IOI.H .set l',i" niiinilnril Ihnt honnd Mru. Irwin Hendilckn, Edward
hln "rlicnl would lie tin Hulled with Hondi'iukft, Jr.,,Mrs, J. Robert Hontheir derision.
(Irlcks nnd Hon Bobby, Mr. and Mrs.
II van pointed mil Dull Mr. Melee Jack Dougherty, Jonn Dougherty,
)U\H liri'.Honled shows nt hia hotol Jay Dougherty, Jenn Fonater, Mr.
for iiimiit nine yram nnd bno novnr nnd Mrs, ICIhvood Hendricks, 3r.,
lind- nny complnlnt miule beforo Mr. nml Mm. Hurry Shurdlne, Ml«»
nml II);11 he tlimiKht I lie shows pre- Mni'luii Kinii'y, Mr. nnd Mr«, Frnnk
Ki'nti'il Miiri'li .'I nnd 10 wen1 within I.ovci'Hlilgi', Hi'., Ml1, nnd Mrfl. I"ranlt
i'H'.luw,
Lovcrsldge, Jr., Mr. nnd Mrs. Jack
'l*tW"VmMiotlF •/BVmUl^
Liquor License
Party Given For
Ellwood Hendricks
IT'S HOUSECLEANING TIME FOR US, TOO
D
URING T1IK NEXT few w A . w r v\im to Hush
the main's of our nil ire ili'lriliution sv^tcin/f liis
"spring Iioiisri'lraning", is nrn\«.«;iry from time to
time, in order to keep our nrrvicc to you iip to tlic
liigli' plumlaril w e net for <nir«rl\ri, .
<t
The work will last for several w c r k s During that
time, when we are. working in your ilinirirt you nwy
draw'DOMIC runty-looking wnlrr for a sliorl tinip. Don't
be afraid of it—if contains mithittg
lummjuL
S i n c e M o n d a y in WUHIIIIIIV in ninny fiimilirs
n o / l u s h i n g will IK: <\<incon tlicit <luy,
\Te h o p e you will li« as forelxMirinn willi im (luring*
lliin period an you expert your Jiiinilv lo )>e iluriiiK
your_..own_Bjirlng=JiouBccl|L>aMii!gj ,I«ik<: that niiiiiiul
upheaval,, "ill for your own good;"
•>
Monmouth Consolidated
4
Water Company
The 25-room summer home of Dr.
John M. Bolton and Dr. Frank Rossi of Englewood on Ocean avenue,
Sea Bright, was destroyed by fire
Monday night after five hours of
hard fighting by the local fire company and companies from Monmouth Beach, Highlands, Atlantic
Highlands, Fair Haven and Humson, The loss was estimated by Dr.
Bolton and fire officials at $50,000.
Firemen upon their arrival at the
scene found the lower floors ablaze
and dense- smoke which kept them
from entering the house. Several
lines of hose were laid and connected to Ocean avenue hydrants and
others were used to pump water
from the Shrewsbury river some
1,200 feet from the fire. The blaze
had apparently started from an oil
burner In one of the kitchens.
When the fast spreading flames
broke through the root, sparks
were sent high and threatened another large summer estate to the
north. Use of some of the hose
lines kept the roofs of nearby strut-
• . .
(•Instillnil ii« HDinl-nudP. -On March
fl II ilunrer, Mno Rclln, dnnci'il In
II collophnnr) coHtinno nnd nccorilIIIK ID tbi' iilloi'iicy nnver nppnarptl
In the nudi', hnl vvus whnl In pj'ofi'».xliiii;illy rnllitil Bi'inl-niKli1. On
Mmih in, n liani'ci', IIIUlii MIlHon.
did whnl wim denlxnntcd liy Mr,
Welgnnd nj< n nliip loimo clnncc,
nnd Mr«. Hnrolcl Soverln, Mr, nnd
Mr«. Wllllnm Macintosh, Mr, nnd
Mm. Jouppli Frfinlt, Mr. nnd Mra.
N (i nn II n Hnllnm, Nnncy and Roger
Heverln, 1,OJH nnd Jenn MncTntoflh,
Betty, .ludy nnd nick Hnllnm, Toddy Minpliy, Donny Finnli, Donnn
I.oveinldgr,
Fliii'lmrn Lovnrnlilgo
Hobby Ijrivpioldgo nn'il Dorothy
Her costume conalttod ol a klmon* Lovtnld'gt,
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The high flames illuminated the
sky for miles around and attracted
hundreds of people. Flrellnes
blocked all traffic on Ocean avenue,
but the large crowd* were well
handled by Police Chief Andrew
Anderson and Patrolman George
Dougherty
\
Dr. Bolton and Dr. Rosel with
their families had occupied the estate last summer and the place
was being readied by painters and
carpenters for occupancy this season.
•
rThe mansion on the ocean front
Is on a three-and-a-half acre estate
formerly owned by the late John
L. Cameron and was bought about
three years ago by the present owners. The house waB originally the
main resideaoe of the Kemmerer
estate and had also been the Washington Connor estate.
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COUNSELLORS. AT LAW.
Whitfi.td BuildiDi, ^ • ,..
IUdB.nk'1
John J. Ouinn ThomM P. Doremui
Vincent J. McCut
Howard U. Uwa
William L. RuMtll. Jr.. Brnwt F««»no
Parsons, Labrecque A Borden,
COUNSELLORS AT LAW.
a W.IIic. Str..
R»d Bank
rbeodor* D. Eanoni Edmund J. Cantons '•
Theodore 1. Labrecau; - _". |
itob?rt H. MaMa William E. Blair, J».
John T. Lovett, IIP
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MOBKI8 POBTNEB,
Certified Public Accountant
,,
18 Monmouth St.
JUeVto*-Hi-1,''
Tel. Bed Bank Z»Z4
DR. L. w. GARLJBON:
SUBGEON CHIROPODIST,
FOOT AILMENTS
Olftce Houn:
Dallr 9:30 a. m. to 5:J0 p. m.
Evtnln»t: Tueiday and Tnundaj
f
For appointment phone Utt
60 BROAD ST., BED BANK, N. i.
OR. MILDRED HULSART,
simoEON CHIROPODIST,
root Orthopedics—Electro-Therapy
Office Hourei Dally B «, m. to » p m.
£venlngn Tueeday, Thureday, Saturday
(Cloud Wedneadey)
ELECTED AT HILL SCHOOL
For appointment pbone OOB :
Steven H.' Wood, son of Mr. and 1S6 BBOAD ST., R E D BANK, N. J .
Mrs. Arnold Wood, Jr.) Navceink
River road, Middletown, was recently elected vice president of the
Fourth Form at the Hill school;
Watchei, Clocka and Jewelry Cleanaa
Pottstown, Pennsylvania.
and Re'palree at Reatoaabla Prfcaa
A Btudent there for the past two
years, Wood played football last fall Ml Work Guaranteed lor One Year •
and la at present a'member of the
H. ROSIN, Jeweler
Camera club, Gun club, and "Jun- I I Weel Front St..
Red Bank. N. J.
£j .
Tel 72-M. / .
»
lor" baseball squad.
JEWELRY REPAIRING
BUTHING
Opening for the Season on Pecoration Day—under original
Owner-Management,
A SPECIAL LOW RATE WILL BE MADE
FOR SEASON BATH HOUSES RENTED UP
TO AND INCLUDING MAY 20th.
Applications will fat received starting Saturday, May 12th.
Otto Gillig
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I i
Let Us Resolve To Make...
A BETTER FUTURE FOR ALL
NOW....Let's All Get Behind and
FINISH OFF THE JAPS
YOU CAN DEPEND ON US
DeFALCO SERVICE STATION
CORNER SHREWSBURY AND SUNSET AVENUES
PHONE RED BANK 3114
RED BANK, N. Jf.
Page Eleven.
KED BANK REGISTER, MAY 10, 1945
Booth. History tells that Booth
trapped In a flaming bam and
shot, Several years later, however,
itraltfht.A Beport Cards (Seniors) another man confessed after an
April IS wai report card day in attempted oulclde to the killing of
Red Bank high school, and a very Lincoln. Thla man died before he
happy dan 'orat least foiir brilliant could tell the rest of his story; but,
after a careful check by doctors, It
Seniors.
.
was discovered he carried the
Grace Woodhe'ad, Robert Koenig, marks of identification correspondAmanda. Strasburger and Peggy ( ing to those of Booth. If this 18
Bergman were four' seniors who true, who •w& the man In the
B
had "straight" A report cards.
barn?
These four students take college
Filming the Fleet" displayed the
preparatory courses. This course long and difficult training of a
consists of College English, Chem- sailor, and then the glorious momistry, Trigonometry, Solid Geome- ent when he. is at last going to
try, Problems of American Democ- sea. Although this film was taken
racy, and History.
in 1935, it vividly portrayed the
They were graded for their scho- tactics which our ships and planes
lastic ability and character.
use against the enemy when at
Koenig, Woodhead and Bergman war.
"
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have taken the Pepsi-Cola scholarThe last film, "Football Giants,"
ship tests, and pupils In Red Bank featured'Ward Cuff and Mel Helm
high school are relying on one of doing some excellent football stunts
them to win this scholarship.
; suoh as _MckiJie_a football through
—EUen Martin. a loop on the top of a goal post
These and many other football
tactics were shown In this exciting
Bed Bank Hleli School Office
firm.
Practice.
—Dorothy Rowe
During the two weeks beginning
May 7, member* of the Commercial
B. B. H. 8. Holds Services for
department of the Red Bank high
Our l i t e President
school go out into local offices for
A memorial service and tribute
two weeks' training. The following assignments have been made: was paid to the late Franklin
Delano Roosevelt at special senApplegate, Stevens, Poster, Reus; vices held i
sllle—Dorothy Strasburger.
High School Note*
We also do our
GOOD
TURN
daily
WE REPAIR
ALL M^KES OF
TYPEWRITERS
By offering friendly counsel. Here
you will always
find someone glad
to interest himself
in your banking
requirements.- „
and
Adding Machines
WHE1* Df NEED OF
.
ODB SERVICE
PHONE R. B. 1
TETLEY'S
IT Brow) St., Red Bank
silence. The service began with a
ParEons, LaBrecque, Canzona. short tribute paid to the late Presand Combs—Elaine Inman.
ident by William White, president
Quinn • and Doremus—Virginia of the student council. This was
Harrison,
followed by Rose Phillips, who sang
Second National Bank & Trust the "Lord's Prayer."
•OF RED BANK
Co.—Concetta Fioretti.
After the song Rev. John Hayes
NEW JERSEVMerchants Trust Co.—Doris Van of the Presbyterian church gave
MEMBfft FEDERAL DEPOSIT" Note and Marie Mazza.
the invocation and this was follow
•INSURANCE CORPORATION
Morris Portner—Barbara Rowe. ed by the Blnging of "Abide With
J. Serplco—An.n Ottiano. — ~
Me" by Susanne Schenck.
Vnlow Paper company,—Na'ncy
Following
Sueanne,
'William
Laurino,.Lucy Nesci.
Thompson read an editorial from
Y. M. C. A.—Patricia Pox'on.
the New York, Times.
Verona
Monmouth County Social Service. Pulley sang "Ave Maria" by Schu—Florence^Wrigbt^
_
Ibert, immediately after the readSeventh War~ Loan
nng~<5rtfiE-eo!teriBfc.niti
toria Codispotl.
Maydawn DeVoee recited "O
Captain, My Captain" by Wai
Whitman. Although this poem was
Munlc Clans and Club.
The Vocal club ox the Red Bank written about Abraham Lincoln, it
high school meets Monday atter- easily found its way as a tribute
jwon_of jgach week in the junior to the deceased President.
THE SECOND NATIONAL
BANKeTRUST CO.
Failure to feed hay with pasture often causes a d««!!Jed
.lump in wmmer milk production. Keeping a well-filled
hayrack in patture it the timplett, eatietr and mott convenient way to give your cow* the extra roughage they
need. We'll be glad to give you a lilt of materiel and
specification! for building the hayrack illustrated here.
Why not ttop in today?
FRED D. WIKOFF CO.
19 West Front St. Red Bank
Phone R. B. 552
« £ £ ? DAIRY FEED
Ity period, At present it has a
membership of approximately 25.
The songs that are sung are
chosen by the members and a 'piano
accompaniment l3 played by Miss
Vera Vogel, the club's instructor.
On certain occasions several
pupils are picked to entertain the
other members of the club with
I various songs and piano aolps
which the pupils themselves have
selected.
.
.
A special mixed chorus of singers
chosen from, the regular music
• classes has sung for assembly programs In the high school auditorium and for organizations in
town.
—Evelyn MacCioud
delivered a short
talk, comparing Franklin D. Roose
vclt tot^Moses. Mr. Squire stated
that Mr. Roosevelt, like Moses,
died before he saw his people
reach the promised land.
Alvin Kearny followed Mr. Squire
by singing the late President's
favorite song, "Home on the Range"
Miss. Vogel, music teacher
Red Bank high, led the assembly
n singing "The Star Spangled
Banner." The program was con
eluded by Robert Kaplan, who
played taps.
—Daniel Cohn
t h e d»y you place in Anderion gas range in yout kitchen you enter
• new and wonderful er» of cooking convenience ind pleasure. You
gw OUT of »be kitchen houri earlier—your menus tasle btiltrl
— and toil lust — because Anderson ranees have to many HEAL
•(Wantages over ordinary methods of cooking.
• SAVES FOOD/
• SAVES FUELf
[tAlSD HBAT COOKING cuu food
bill*. It Teducei food ihthktgt—you
•cniallr | « more icrrlngi per pound,
Too, you'll uie l e u itney food.
Slnpli, wholtumi dlibei ire doublyi Wlctoili — Satxptallvt cuts of m«l
•H doublr-lfndet — when cookd tb
SEALED HBAT COOKING cuti RII
billi. It cobk» wlih the g u lurntd
OFF 1 Put your neili In cookifl« well
or ovtn—(utn on the g u (or ihe ilrort
time ipeclued—turn It OFF! Cooking
ii completed on SEALED HEAT with
the » u tuimd Off — i t ha con I
SAVE FUEL WITH AN ANDEKSON:
• SAVES FLAVOR/
• SAVES LAtORl
SEALED HBAT COOKING nont the
akapi of wimful Keam ind htit.
DiTor niyi IN I Eiieoilal health t i n .
mini m y INI Dtllcloui |uf«i niver
t o l l i w a y l T h e lime ptlnclple —
SBA1ED HEAT COOKINC-icducn
cooking odon, endi Muff* oversell[ni In thf kltchin, SAVE JI.AVQRt m
TOODNiSS-WITH
THE
SV.AIJID HEAT COOKING cuts
watching time 7)% or moid Put In
yout entire menl-bum the M> • ihort
llm»-luin It off—love tfao kitchen.
Without •••, without dinner of overcooking, ilic Andmbn cooki your
meil, keepi Ir nlplni hot 'til urvin*
ttmtfUaun of Jtuilicry become noun
of fj/eedom, SAVE LAIIOll — WIN
Joseph P. Hintelmann
Speaks On Conference
Lifee to
o her
er is a m«rry
m « y whirl
hil
Th adolescent
dl
l
ilI
The
glamour
girl
B
Bobbie Mine
N. R. MATTHEWS
friendly business
• T"1 HIS is the frlendjy man•*• ager of the locs.1 Personal Finance Company otllc*.
Even though lending money
to folks hera In Aibury
Park is hU full-time job, he
believes that no one should
borrow unnecessarily. But
when a loan la to a person's
advantage, ha provides folks
' here with needed cash
promptly and privately.
He gets a lot of latisfactlon
out of hli job, for the i»rvlcs ha renders Ii a htlpfu!
one. And there's no "doing-
you-a-favor" attitude,
Ht outi out nmdlesi rigmarole- and makes borrowing money a simple, friendly transaction. He makes
loans to men and woman
both tingle a-d married,
and everything is kept
itrlctly private. No outsiders are involved. He arranges convenient monthly payments to fit every budget
and charges are made only
for the actual tlma tht
money 1* 1-ept,
If you decide that a loan Is
to your advantage, be sure
to come to -ee the Manager
of the Personal Finance
Company today. If you
phone In advance, ha will
makt all rrangements so
that ull jou have to do Ii to
ilgn and pick up the cash.
Or, if that's ' Inconvenient,
phone or writs and hell tall
you how to git your loan
entlraly by mall,
*TeI. 3836
Monmouth Street
Red Bank
801 BANGS A V E , ASBUBY PARK
10th FLOOR, .. CTBIO BLDG.
PHONB 78B8
tiba.fi™ 'are »'/•% monthly em balanoe.
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We con cure it's ills,
(And w t don't use pills!)
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Mrs. William Heath, Mrs. Daniel
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Edward Mulligan, Mrs. Anna Bizzar,
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Michael O'Hara, Mre. Joseph P.
Hintelmann, Mrs. Albert Bloom,
Mrs: Samuel Wise, Mrs.. Joseph
'ryor and Misses Lena McCue,
Sara Murphy, Anna Swift, Mary
Woolley, Amelia Carton, Marianne
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Otto Gillig
Phone Sea Bright 62
as all good little Furs should be—
we're on our
ta,
C
!
for Otorage &
HOLLANDERIZING'.
When it's safe for.ypu to lie witHout your Fur
Don't wait until moths begin to damage. Don't
WHY WE RECOMMEND YOUR FURS BE
HOLLANDERIZED AT LEAST EVERY YEAR
wait for warm days to start to dry out the pelts
1. YOllR FURS ARE REVOLVED IN DRUMS of f o r e s t -
Coat, it'j no longer safe-to keep it at home.
...to rob your furs of life and suppleness. Entrust
them early to us for Storage in our scientific,
modern Vaults, And to renew its loveliness...
to help keep its beauty longer..,let us h^ve your
fresh sawdust to take out all ilcep-linbedded dirt a n d prime safely—then tossed in
padded cnges to ahake o u t the sawdust.
Life-giving. <nll!l « r e retained.
2. CYCLONES OF COMPRESSED MR n t 21)0 milca an
hour blow out every last tracn of Uie cleansing sawdust...fluff out the fur.
fur coat Hollanderized-cleanscd and completely
3. YOUR COAT IS GLUED OR ELECTRIFIED to r o t o r s
its like-new lustre.
revitalized by Hollander.
4. THE LINING IS SPONGED BY HAND »„ remov.
*|)ol« and fltflins — specially sized to bring
back its shimmer,
5. HOLUNDEMZING MAKES
YOUR FURS LOOK NEW
by the verv mclhods HoMniidor uses
in the oriplnnl trontment of fur pitltH.
tniSuRE-wiTH AS ANDERSON!
GOOD HOUSEKEEPING SHOP INC.
Pepsi-Cola Company, Long Island City, N. Y..
Bottler: Fepsi-Cola Bottling Company. Asbur> Park. JT.
SIMPLY PHONE EATONTOWN 471-M
A wind blown mop of purest blond
Two eye* of blue of which I'm fond.
Two lips that curve in laughter gay.
Why she's the fflamour fftrl ot her day
Tariff painted nails of many hues:
Moccasins, saddles, and beat up shoes,
dangle bracelet*, and bobby socks;
Silver clips and old jalops.
Report cards flanked with rows of "D's"
But then teachers weren't made to please.
Her education is a limited one.
Books and learning ihe does shun.
. . . TOPS FOR QUALITY
RADIO
SICK?
Mrs. Mary McLaughlin of Leonardo has announced the engagement of her daughter, Miss Eva
McLaughlin, to Robert Krause,
leaman second class, U. S. Navy,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Krause
of Leonardo. No date has been set'.
for the wedding.
Miss McLaughlin is a student at
5s our lives strung in battle fleets
Slip tcwa'd the Port with rended sheeti Middletown township high school.
Seaman Krause was graduated
Where castlel ihout with feast by nigh
1 pray that when I reach that Shore
from Middletown high and has had
My slaves «hall not hold shut the door, numerous
overseas
assignments
And with their tears turn.out my ligh
with
the Navy- Last week re re—Fred W. Sanderson
urned to Florida, at the completion
of a 30-day leave.
Glamour Girl.
He makes
OFF!
Local CDA Has
Annual Breakfast
The Galleons.
Fepsl Cola Scholarship
Six Red Bank high school sen
lore, under the direction of Startle
Carhart, automotives and geometr
teacher, recently took an examlna'
tion In the school library for th
Pepsi Cola Scholarship.
Lastin
for two hours, the test was slmilai
to college board exams and consls
ted chiefly of vocabulary.
Boys of Room B Present Assembly
The Pepsi Cola company will aThree fllms including "The Man ward 118 scholarships throughout
in the Barn," "Filming the Fleet," the United States, two of which wl
and "Football Giants," were pre- be presented to New Jersey stud
sented to the pupils of Red Bank ents. The scholarship provides toi
high by the junior boys of Room the full expenses for a four-yeai
college course, $25 a month foi
B, April 19.
spending money, and transportatio
"The Man in the Barn"
historical pipture of John Wilkes costs. The student winning one o
UAUD HEAT 6 4 5 RANGE
COOKS WITH THE QAS TURNED
Club President
Names Aides
The foam tt aft where dolphins leap:
The glided poop; the crosled full Bails
The laughing t e a ; slaves struck like nails
Men lie below in fitful' sleep.
Junior Senior Reception In
And dream of !])/ malde of old.
Final Stage
Before my eye the galieoni fly
The Juniors and Seniors of Red Into the west, where sunsets die.
Bank high'school have received In- To win rewards of sold.
vitations stating "The Junior Class
of Red Bank high school invites
you to "attend the Junior-Senior reception, May 18, 1945 In the high
school gym."
The cards, just as formal as in
other years, break a precedent by
having a cut of a carousel on them.
This gives the appearance of
gayiety and informality' The carousel Is the symbol of the reception,
for the big top is its theme.
.There is no planned program
other than dancing, but there will
divertisement by three clowns and
a ringmaster. The identity of these
four characters is being kept a
deep, dark secret by Miss Ruth
Williams, adviser and Marth Wilson, president.
A fortune teller (a professional)
will be in a booth all night to tell
the future of dreamy-eyed couples.
A G. I. band which has donated
their services will supply the
music.
For the first time In many yean
stags will be allowed at the dance.
The chaperons will be Mrs. Viola
Qutnn, Miss Ruth Williams and
Stanley Carhart.
Daniel Cohn
ANDERSON
,e scholarships can choose the
illege that he wishes to attend,
is felt that this is the most
dvantageous* and generous scholrship ever offered to a student
The seniors who took the exam
Mrs. Thomas Paul, president of
re as follows:
Robert Koenig, .Peggy Bergman, :he River Plaza Woman's club,
wothy Ely, Leroy- Barnard, Grace lamed standing committee asslstints at a meeting Thursday night
'oodhead and William White.
the home of Mrs. Douglas Hing.
Sherman •t
J
lans were made .for a tricky-tray
party Thursday, June 7, following
jc meeting at the home of Mrs.
Charles Thompson at River Plaza,
with members of the program and
ways and means cominittees in
charge. ...
• .
- . •.Assistants named were Mrs. H.
Conat Speer.'Mrs. Lester Smith,
Mrs. Gordon Perry, Mrs. Edwin H.
Brasch, Mrs. Clifford W. Stiles; Mrs.
Harold S. Allen and Mrs. Elwood
Members of Court S t . ' James, Searles, program; Mr?. Thompson,
Catholic Daughters of America, held Mrs. James Abrams, Mrs. John'
heir annual Communion breakfast Partrick, Mrs. Worth B. Cunning- Franchlsed
it the Molly Pitcher hotel Sunday ham, Mrs. Irving M. Wells, Mrs.
ifter the 8 o'clock mass at St. William Gaughan and Miss Flor
ames church. Mrs. .Harry Me- ence Brand, ways and means; Mrs.
)ormick, grand regent, presided Frank F. Curtis, Mrs. Henry-C.
nd one of the' guests was Mrs. Mecklem, Mrs. Warren DeBrown
Iharles Evold of Freehold, CDA and Mrs. Marry E. Chamberlain
lstrict deputy.
arts and crafts; Mrs. Mecklem, Mrs.
Joseph P. Hintejman, local att- Curtis and Mrs. George Voorhis
irhey, spoke on the San Francisco hospitality; Mrs. Brasch, Mrs. Ring
(inference. Miss Jeanne Patterson Miss Brand and Mrs. L, Percy
.ccompanied by Mrs. Vincent Ride- Stout, civics; Mrs. Partrick, Mrs.
ut and Mrs. Edward McDonough Smith and Mrs. Anna' Valleau.
ccompanied by Mrs. H. Raymond membership; Mrs. Speer, Mrs: Perhillips, were soloists. Rev. James ry aria Mrs. Wells, welfare; Mrs.
Duffy, who was a guest, also gave Stiles, publicity and Mrs. Curtis and
talk.
Mrs. Addlson J. Sanborn, hlstor
Mrs. Jainee Anderson and Mrs. A. ians.
Patterson were breakfast chairNew members Introduced were
len. Attending were Mrs. Jacob Mrs. Albert Hassell, Mrs. Richard
Bloom; Mrs. John Mertz, Mrs. John Thompson, <Mrs. John Olsen and
Ryan, Mrs. Theresa Herajd, Mrs. Mrs. George Wagner.
John. McCarron, Mrs. Francis Egan,
Miss Abbie V. Strickland, .art..>!)•
Mrs. Edward O'Flaherty, Mrs. M,
Flannagan, Mfs. Charles Haw- pe'rviser of Red Bank publli
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kins, Mrs. Rita H. Douglas, Mrs. schools, gave an illustrated lectun
Ui4
on
arts
and
crafts
and
gardens.
Alfred Targansky, Mrs. Mary Tar;ansky, Mrs. Allen Collins, Mrs. Mrs. Gaugrhan was assisting bos
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Anthony Boncore, Mrs. Joseph t e s s .
Marks, Mrs. William Lake, Mrs.
Mary Grause, Mrs. Florence Beniett, Mrs. Agnfe'M. Herring, Mrs.
LONG BRANCH
Tel. 1400
flED BANK EEGISTER, MAY 10, 1945
Vfige Twelve.
Qpbtas Set For
70WarLoan
OPA Quiz On Killing
Animals For Meat
HOW TO KEEP SCORE -For Servicemen
OPA supplies the answers.to several questions farm slaughterers
have
been asking about t h e new
Red Bank Area It
meat control program.
Q. A m i required to get a,permit
$3,200,000
or to surrender ration points in
order to kill animals for m e a t to be
The opening meeting of the chair- consumed on the farm?
.
men for the Red Bank area for t^ie •A. A permit is not required to
Seventh W a r U>an drive wae held produce meat exclusively for cona t Matawan last evening. F . Palm- sumption in ;the farm home. And
er Armstrong, chairman of themeat produced by the farmer for |
1
area, presided.
|.ho:
i m t consumption is point-free.
j
It was announced that the overQ. Since a good part of o u r meat".
all quota for •Mgnmouth county was coi^es from the slaughter of out$10,000,000. Of this amount, $5,000,- own animals, we usually, have ra-1
000 is to be raised in E bonds. The tion stamps left over. W h a t are
quota for t h e Red Bank area was we to do with these?
announced a s $3,200,000. Of this, A. Keep them In your ration
$1,600,000 is to be in E bonds. $1,- books until they have expired* and
216,000 to be raised in other iesuw then destroy them. Your fair share
sold to individuals and $384,000 in of meat come^ from your, own anlsales to corporations.
•
nials. If you give your points to
The various municipalities in the someone else t h a t person would be
Red Bank area were Riven tenativc able to get more than his share.
quotas. The chairmen-and quotas
Q. I own a farm but do n o t live
are as follows:
oh it. Am I entitled to meat pointVanMater. Atlantic High- free from animals raised and
lands $252,000; Ray VanHorn, Fair slaughtered on my farm?
Haven, $12,000; Highlands, S12.000;
A. No. You a r e required to sur' H e n r y • Cross, Holmdel, $30,000; render ration points to t h e person
• William Johnson, Keansburg, $195,- from whom you receive t h e meat,
000; Evaret Silcox. Keypovt. $325,- whether the meat is paid for in
000; Little Silver. $15,000; Ray Dev-cash o r not. I n your case you I
lin. Matawan..- 5275,000; H. Lawwould surrender the points to the j
rence Scott, Middletown township; tenant o r manager who operates
$135,000; Edward H. Conway, Red your farm.
Bank, $1,801,000: Rumson, $i20,000;
Q. What does a farm slaughterer
Shrewsbury. $15,000, and Capt. M. do with the points he collects?
T.
Bobkoiv,
Union
Beach,
$10,000.
A; H e turns them in to his local
1
Anyone wishing to volunteer their OPA war price and rationing board
services to .help push M.onmouth each ^nonth, along with-a report on
county over its Roal should apply to the meat he has sold or given away
-..-their local, chairman; or the Mon-during the month. The forms for
mouth County W a r Finance Com- making these monthly reports are
mittee, 10 Broad street, Red Bank. available from the board.
Q. How does a farmer know hovfo
many points to collect for the different cuts of meat he sells or gives
away?
Little Silver
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in Little Silver from -Union K'cwHsTand''
at the depot and* at Dennis' General.
Store)'
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Freeman, of Middletown
1842, Sept. 21
By David B. Stout
To New Jersey farmers who may!
(294X Grover James C. to. Rachel S.
be inclined to think t h a t the San:
Smith, both of Middletown.
Francisco
Conference' on Interna•
•
:
1842, Oct. 25
Mrs. William R.-Conover, editor, Covert, William to Ann Eliza Comp- tional Organization is aomettolng r e mote from their own lives, W .
chairman of t h e Genealogical Comton, both of Middletown
mittee of Monmouth, County His_._
„.._. 1842, Nov. 6 F r a n k Knowlea, extension economist a t the New Jersey College of'
torical Association,'Freehold, N. J . Marks, Gideon to Maria Mount,
Agriculture, suggests vvhy every in- ;
Genealogical Index (Fart 9)
. both of Mlddletdwn 1842, Nov. 12
dividual should be vitally interestMarriage Records
Mount, John H. t<S Mary E. Swan, ed in the outcome of t h e sessions. "
both of Mldaletown 184Z, Dec. 25
Feb. 3, 1944 t o Dec. 28, 1944.
Farmers learned long a g o t h a t
Tyson, Robert T to Eliza Ann Mor- fighting with a neighbor over a Una
—2555—
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ford of Mldclletown 1843, Jan. 22 fence is. a poor way to settle t h «
Roscll, Harriet
'.. 2514
KoBZel, Nathaniel „.
dtspute,' 0 Btates Knowles. In a much
2388 Morris, William Henry to Lydla
Smith of Middletown 1842, Jan, 24 bigger and broader sense, the set- \
Roszell, Isaac ~.
2398
By David B. Stout
Rouse, Elizabeth
tling of disputes among nations
Carney, Lewis to Julia Ann Baird must be done by sitting around a
Rouse, William C.
(colored)
1843, Jan. 12 table rather than by shouldering
Rowland, Mary _.
Eozcll; Abigail
By Walter'w. Hart, Jus.
fiTUns.
Rubard, Samuel ~
Hyers, Gilbert to Perlina Miller
A ' w a r upeets t h e farmer's plans
Rue, Achasa S.
=
1843, Jan. 7and his outlook; w a r takes the farRue, Edmond"
By James R, White
mer's sons and daughters. Half
Rue, George S.
(295) Bond, James of Howell to
or more of the farms of New J e r Rue, Jacob I.
.
Sarah'Brown of Shrewsbury
sey have sent sons and daughters
Rue, James
- <
1842, July 28 to the armed services. I t is estiRue, John M.
Hurley, Benjamin to Elizabeth Re- mated that 14,500 of our farm boys
and gjria have gone to war.
Rue, Joseph o
male?, both of HowelJ
Farmers Have Stake
In Peace Sessions :
Genealogy
- •••
1842, Aug. 23 Wars take efficient labor from
the community, meaning t h a t t h e
Dangler, William L. to Emelea
farmer and his family must work'j
Jackson, both of Shrewsbury
• •"-•'
1842, Dec. 22harder, Knowles continues. F a r m
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11
machinery
and other eBeestlal items
3
Ncwmon, Edon to Elizabeth Shcar24
y%
morl, both of Howell 1842 Dec. 24 are scarce. W h a t Is more, farm,
prices go up,'and so do costs of proBy Elder John S. Newman
_..,.M
-xl
Danphey, Robert to Mary Ann Nor- duction and costs of living. T h «
rup
man of Mon: Co. . 1843, J a n . 19 whole economy of farm and home
,
is thrown out of :gear.
'
l - M e QUINH. KUKOWSKI. V W S A M .
By T. B. Harrison, Justice
* V/INNCH - LAWCk.
LOSER This is the complete box score of t h e sixth a n d final 1944 World Series game between t h e St. Louis
(296) Woolcott,* Roherson to Sarah We have always believed that farmers, n.s well a s other groups, abCardinals and St. Louis Browns. T h e game, won by t h e Cards, 3-1, gave them the .series, four aemes
A. Bennett
1842, July 2S hor
war and bloodshed. I t looks a s
to. two.
,
i
By LittletSn White. Justiceour last chance to prevent
2506 Seely, Leonard to Lavinla Morris though
In order to follow t h e play, lt is imperative that you know the numbers given each player. They
war
and bloodshed la here now. All
are: Pitcher 1, Catcher 2, First baseman 3, Second baseman 4, Third baseman 5, Shortstop 6, Left fielder
2398
1842, Apr. 14 of us, little as We m a y be as Individ-7, Center fielder 8 and Right fielder. 9. The circle three in t h e Browns' second inning shows that the Savage, Emily
....:.._ 2398
By William Morford, Justice
uals, must be anxious to See that
first baseman (3) drove home Laabs w h o had tripled.
Savidge, William
..... 2450 Sclecck, Hamford M. to Catllina G. out of San Francisco may come a
2398
Cunningham
1842 Oct ">7simple plan which will' enable all
The. number 5 in Laabs' square in the Browns' fourth shows that Laabs walked, advanced to Saxton, Elizabeth ...._
:.._...
2410
By W. V. Wilson
second on McQuinn's sacrifice and reached third on Chrlstman's infield out T -Christman-being-No.,.5 Saycrs, Jano
the peoples "of t h e world t o enjoy
as he is a third baseman.
'
SciiancK, Elias
..-.V_T_:_
2467 Evans, John to Charity. Cranmer peacn-nnd-security lor.generations.,
.'_. 2486
-.:.'. 1842, Mov. 12 to come.
.
,
_Thc-Browns scored their run i n t h e second inning. Stephens struck out. Laabs. tripled to center Schcnck, Amer _.,
2384
By. Joel Haywood, Minister
and scored on McQuinn's (3) single t o center. The .Browns later got two other m e n as far a i third. Schenck,. Daniel _ . 1 _ _ _ ^ _
(297)
Pharo,
Sami-el
to
Huldah
Schonck,
Nathaniel
:__..
2460
Card of Thanks.
Laabs in t h e fourth on a walk, McQuinn's sacrifice and Christman's (5) infield out, and Laabs in the
JL 2462 • L c w » s
We wish to express our appreci'- 1843, Jan. 12
,-,vdldj)i^._lj^th^l^xtli_Laab_s_was_ caught at homer'Kurowski to' W. Cooper ScHenck, Sally ...
ation
of
the
many acts of- k i n d n e u
first on a fielder's choice. ' , " • . ' ~ "
'
By Joel HayWo^d.
S^oTrhoTpeT^Jn'me'a"'-™—™^."2412' •Walling;, Sidney-to-Gornelia-Hiers- find syrnpathy shown in connection
wftfithe
HeaQTof
BUPTreIoyed"i
Schooley.'Mrs. Sarah _..__. ;;_ 2452 . both of Mon. Co. .... 1842, Oct. 5
mother, by o u r neighbors and
: t,QUI&
Scott, Catherine Ann
._ 2471 Haylcr, Adam to Elizabeth Roberts, and
friends. Rev. Charles E. Jiitter and
Scott, Ebenezer'._... 2486
both of Mon. Co
1842, Dec. 1 Mr. Adams.
AB K IB
A t
SB
S 1 6 i
Rn 1
'1
Scudcier, Joseph
:
• 2390 Lewis, John to Margaret Gravatt
Henry Kesiler and Family. •
11/
Sculthorp, Thomas
••_..
2458 —
7
•
1842, Jan. 24 —Advertisement
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5 0 0
Scull, J a m e s
2460
•By L. Gaskill, Minister
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Hoef
9"
TJ
1
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3
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W5
Seabrook, Ellen
:
2471
Mary I. Reboll, of Shrewsbury N.
H
Seabrook, Mary
2471 . J-—•:
0
0
2. O 0
-'- 1842, Aug. 1 <?lune and Father James Mackenzie,
4
also
members
of the Rumson fir*
Seaman, Elizabeth .
2501 Abofrgms, Harris to Caroline Vandeparlijient tor the kindness exyd.
W. tooteit. •x
10 o 0
Seaman, Maria
•- : 2510- cleaf, both of Shrewsbury
3 1 X
tended to us in our recent bereaveSegoine, John
.
2503 '1842, Nov. 28 ment; also all thoso who loaned _ |
~S*riPtRi 1
-. 243o
3 1 t
7 I 0 Seruby, F a n n y
By Rufus Taylor, pastor
cars.
&&
Sexton, Ezekiel
:
2503 Devlnney, Daniel to Phebe Taylor
Mrs. Margaret Sheehan
5
3 J 1
0 I 0
and family.
Seely, E m m a
2452
- 1843, Feb. 2
—Advertisement.
Shafto, J a n e _.-...._
2442 Chamberlain, John to Mrs. MaryMAS/ON
k
O X o
3 o o /
Shearman, Charlotte
2442
Mount, both of Upper Freehold
Card of Thanks.
Edward
2516 "^P••-.- 1843, Feb. 11 We wish to thank all those who
4
3 0 3
a o Shearman,
Shearman, Eleanor
2398
By T . C. Harrison
offered sympathy during our recent
a o a.
o
/
Shearman, Jane _
2436" HyTes^John Davlson of Howcll to bereavement. We especially wieh
1
i o
o /. O
W/tKS
/
Shearman, Joseph W. 2486
to thank Rev. M. Willitts and bearr
Amyann DeBow of Freehold
0
SJierman, Rachel
2440 „ ~ ~ ~
1843, J a n . 19ers.
:
Mrs. John W. Smilh
Sherman, Thomas W.
2506 By Thomas J . K. Wallace, Justice
and Family.
Shermon, William _.
•.
'2473 These records were copied by
—Advertisement.
Shopard, Mary
--;
2500 Monmouth Court House Chapter,
Sheppard, David
D. A. R., and pubiishca through
A PACCHTEB ARMVES
the Monmouth Historical associaShepphard, Ann il $ <0 2.
t o
0
tion, Freehold, N. J., and released A daughter was born last Thurs- '
Shepherd, Adallne
by (Mrs. William R.) Laura V. day to Mr. and Mrs. Walter B. SoShepherd, Catherine
Conover, chairman of Gen. Com. linger of Tinton Falls., The infant
Shepherd, Hannah Ann
IO
has been named Victoria Ray.
Shepherd, Joseph
Shepherd, Mary
2 8 . - KRECVICH
3S-J.AASS
•f
$
Rue, Lewis
Rue, Nathaniel S., J r .
Rue, Rachel
Rulon, Joel W
—
Rulong, Deborah Ann
Rulorig, Sarah
Runalds, Rebecca
RusseJ, Sarah
Ryncar, John
Rynolds, Elizabeth
.
Rivit, William .—:._.,._.
Salmons, Barzillal
Salter, Huldah
Salter, Slary
Sansbury, Wayne
-.,^s.
Y
^/
4-
are listed oh the consumer table of
Exercises in observance of V-E'
point values! Large pieces, such a s
day were held Tuesday morning in a quartcjpyof beef or half a hog, a r e
'.the school auditorium- where "the to be found on the wholesale table
pupils heard' President Truman's of point values—both tables a r e
; proclamation over the radio. Clark printed on one sheet arid a r e availDavis .eighth grade~cTass p7BTdBhT7jabTe~TtTJnT~thB—boa-rd
gave a short r talk on the day and Q. How does a farmer know t h e
its meaning, jlarian Wallace led ceiling prices of the meat he sells?
the flag salute and read a chapter- A. The ceilings which apply t o
from the Bible. Virginia Poole the .farmer's sales of meat t o conmade a. prayer and the eighth grade sumers a r e generally those which
girls sang "Say a Prayer for the ja r e listed on the OPA m e a t price
Boys Over There." School was dis- i | . l g fOl. class 1 and 2 retail stores,
missed for the day.
; However, when t h e farmer sells
George Ryser. chairman of the l a r g e c u t 9 h e g o e B b y the wholesale
entertainment committee of the h i t - i p r l c e c e iil n gs. Both the wholesale
tie Silver Community club, announ- and retail meat ceiling price lists
ces completion of plans for the first are available from the w a r pftce
annual ladies' night to be held next and ratloningj,board.
Monday a t the Willowbrook restauQ. What about a farmer who did
rant, F a i r Haven. Admission will not sell any meat last years but who
. be by reservation only, p i n n e r will wants to sell some meat produced
be served and,,entertainment will on his farm this year. Does he have
be provided, A dance orchestra has a quota?
been engaged. The affair will be' A. The meat control program
limited to members and their la- specified that the farmer's quota is
dles. Assisting Mr. Ryser on the limited t o the amount of meat he
committee are Harral Redden, Ed- sold o r gave away in each quarter
ward Anderson, William Cogan and of last year. However, a n exception
Vic Wolfkamp.
is. made for the farmer who did not
Mrs. Helen Gale, kindergarten slaughter for sale or who sold Cor
teacher, has resumed her duties in gave away) less than 400 pounds
the school after an absence of four last year. I n either case, tHe farmmonths on a visit to her husband er may, if h^ registers with hiB w a r
Christman, Incidently, faced the Cards' second pitcher, Wilks. The line under McQuinn in the Shibla, Jacob
who is in' the service.
price a n d rationing board, market sixth inning Indicates that he was the last batter to face the Cards' starting- pitcher, Lanier.
Shin, Mary
_.
A total of $118.78 in war bonds up to 400 pounds of meat this year.
Shinn, Elizabeth
Too Late for Cltuuification
^2514
and stamps was purchased this
The Cardinals scored their three runs in the fourth. After Musial flied to center, W. Cooper
Shptwell, John
2492IN RED BANK lt'< Spin Ortft Studio*
week by pupils of the local school.
walked. Sanders singled to center, sending W. Cooper (3) to third. On Kurowskl's grounder, Stephens
for picture (runlng; oil pxJnUnzi, <tdl>
Shreeve, Ann ....:•
2482
HOSPITAL DAY PROGRAM
The bells are hanging on. the door
threw wide to Gutteridge attempting to force Sanders at second, W. Cooper (E) scoring. Marlon fouled
Inei Bud engnvlniti rettorad; full i t x
24G0
Shults, David A.
nameless m&ntcl mlrrora, window Ttl«
of Mrs. Hackett's group 1 room, A special service in observance
to Laabs. Vcrban singled to center, scoring Sanders (4) and moving-Kurowski (4) to second. Lanier
jnco, lawn linni, framed mirron. IT
Silver, J o b
; 2482whose puplts bOTphtr—J1&80—In
singled to center, scoring Kurowski (1) and sending Verban (1) to second. The heavy line at the
"•••" i a J i e l d East—Front—itreet, , tyro d » n -tovmSilvers, David
2390
stamps. Mrs, King's group I I pu- Sunday
„„.. _ „
,„
Kellj'i phone Rtd Binlc SB9I.
Litwhiler
evoning
a t Simpson Metho- ""bottom oi tne~foTn'ttrJTrntrrgHndteriea-a^-e^ane^rH-Bf^
Silver*, Ellas
•,
2508
pile won the banner for the high d i 5 t c h u r c h , j ^ g Branch, with
WINDOW
SCREENS, itonS > u h aod
ended the rally by forcing Lanier (6-1), short to second. *
.
•
Silvers, Mary
., 2516
kitchpn paintins a ipftialltr. Prle»
percenta B e of pupils buying stamps, |R e y c H W J U | p a s t o r , i n c h a r g c .
Zarilla (A in the Browns' seventh) batted for Muncrief and struck out. The diagonal line after
Silvers,
Rachel
2482
r«n»n.nab!«!,
I-'or eitlmatci, phon« Red
which was 57 per cent.
| T w o 8 t u d e n t a g t M o n n l o u t h Memor.Litwhiler flied, out in the sixth shows that the Brown6 had a new pitcher— Kramer—facing Hopp in
Simmons, Charles
2450 GOODBYK, JEKSEY DOLLAltS Hank JI72-.W.
; Bishop Wallace J . Gardner, who ial hospital school of nursing,
the last half of the seventh.
."OK SAl,K-l'J3l Chevrolet coapm, ejb
Skidmore, Eliza
2462
will preach and confirm a class in Misses Adele Svenson a n d J e a n
eoll-nt condition, live tlrel. $160. CS%
each inning are the runs amj hits. The small figure' underneath the runs and hits tells
Slaigh, Harriet ..J
L
2398 Mr. Taxpayer, would you shell out ^flcr
Christ church, Shrewsbury, Sunday Cox, will be soloists, and Arkell B. howBeneath
s p. m.. Thorau Lone, 167 Linmany men were left on bases.
Smines, Charlotte
2506 two dollars t o get back one dollar? toln itrert. Red Bank. Turn Irtt oft Mid.
'-•"morning, will also visit St .John's Cook, hospital superintendent, will
tUetown
hiKbwsy i t Thompson's ConOr
would
you
rather
receivethree
Smith, Ann
2482
chupel and officiate a t a confirma- speak. Rev. Witt's sermon topic is
^ ^
Smith, Baxton
2496 icks for your one?
tion Mother's day. The new Epis- "The Good Physician."
HO~M0VING j o U cheap.
copal flag recently bought by the
Smith, Elizabeth
.._.. 2410 Well, don't laugh. Both of these WErlnher
nrolhi-r.. Red Bank 1211.
guild will be used for the first time.
Smith, Elloner
2475 propositions are being readied a t
RECOVER
STOLEN
CAR
A deesert-hridge is planned by St.
By FRANK E C K
2421 Washington for the taxpayers of
box should show EK2. K2-3 would mean the batter Smith, Emeline
MAN'S SUMMER formal
. John's guild for June 20 a t the The Red Bank police last night
fanned but was thrown out at first with the Smith, Hannah
._ 2421 the nation in the pending Federal
• ize
36, aceeeeorjps Included.
AP Ncwsfeatures Sports Writer
parish house. Mrs. Henry Germond recovered a, light truck for the Aseatchor getting an assist and the first baseman Smith, Henry
2518 $300,000,000 Aid-to-Education bill. It
Phone, Eatontown1 81-R.*
all
depends
upon
what,
state
you
T.d. and Mrs. William N. Rea arebury Park police, owned by John
EW YORK—Most persons know that baseball the pulout. Catchers receive credit for the put-Smith, Uohn
2445
live in—whether you draw the b i s KOR RBNT—Two furnished roonu with
co-chairmen. The guild will meet J. Woods, an unsuccessful, candiIs our National Game. Many know that with- out on strikeouts. Pitchers do not receive assists Smith, John Henry
2388 end
or the little end of the Federal
privilfRr to u*e kitchen. Hot water and
.rune B at Mrs. Orrmond's home and date for the city commission,in that out n. steady flow of servicemen's letters to Wash- or putouts when they strike out a batter. A small Smith, John P,
_ . 2473 handout.
Most of the money, would bnth. See Mr. Y. Ciaglia at Ei>5O itatiDB
Mrs. Benjamin Shoemaker will as-[city. The truck, stolen yesterday ington we might not have had t h e game this yenr. c before K shows that the batter was called out Smith, Joseph D.
2390 go for school teachers' a n d school fin Shrewsbury avenue, opposit* drnf
Mr»t the hostess.
i morning, was fourid hy Policeman But few persons know how to keep ecore.
on strikes.
•
Smith, Lucinda
2452 employees' salaries, says the New
Rev. Dr. F . A. DeMaris will; Frank Mazza at Penrl and Oakland
DP is for double play. If, with Ray Sanders on Smith, Lucy
KOR SALE—Man'i bicycle, practically
2503 Jersey Taxpayers Association.
That's where we can do the convalescing service• preach Sunday morning in Embury | streets.
,
rp\v, two months old. Phone Red
2482 Uuder this.bill, the taxpayers of l!ar,k
men a good ttvrn. Most of those In hospitals are first, Whitey Kurowski hit into a double play, short Smith, Mahala
HI07 or o i l »l 37 Drummond pllte,
Methodist church on "Motherhood
to
second
to
first,
Kurowski's
box
would
show
Smith,
Margaret
'.
2436
listening
to
daily
major
league
broadcasts.
These
Itnl
nank, N. J.«
cw Jersey would pay $11,288,000
nt the_Crops" and a Mother's day
RECOVERING AT H O S r i T A L .
DPI—3. And Sanders would be 6-4 in the upper Smith, Mark
games
would
be
more
thrilling
if
those
in
the
hos2471
ST.RNOGltAI'HER
wanted at once. FoU
to
g
e
t
back
$5,983,868
i
n
Federal
nervico will tie ronductett -in tho Chris Peterson, 48, of Port MOn- pitals IcHrned to keep a box score showing every right hand square.
«r part time, for Monmouth County
Smith) Mary .
•.
2462 funds. Our two dollars brings back
evening by the Woman's Society of niouth, who suffered, abrasions of play.
OrnaniziitiDit
for
Social
Service. Phon»
FO beside Kurowski's name means that he Smith, Merrieb
., 2430 one dollar.
lieil Hank 1204.
Christian Service. Mrs. William H. the right knee and forehead Monreached first by forcing a runner. If, on the play,
! 2430^ 2506 I t just Isn't a game New Jersey KOIt SALE—Electric refriserator, new
When the game ends the serviceman could check Sanders was out, short to second, 6-4 would show Smith, Sarah
MacDonald will be the speaker.
Smith, -Sarah G.
2432 ought to be playing in. Now watch
unit, excellent condition. Call Red Bank
Ensign Frank Young "ill address day in a fall after attempting to bnc'k to sec what players made base hits. On days beside Sanders.
Smith, .Sidney T.
"
2503 the dealer closely. And the map.27J7-M.
when major league teams arc idle a persual of
the Youth Fellowship at 5:30 p, m. Ib o a l d »m o v i n B t r a l n a t t h e v i l l a B c
A^ fielder's choice means that a fielder has twoSmith, Teresa
FOR SAI.E—About 12 acres of wheat
2418
Raymond
Conklin
will
lead
the
railroad
station,
was
reported
this
box
scores
is
entertainment
in
itself.
Here's
t
h
e
payoff;
Arkansas,
Alaplays before him and elects to make one of them',
y
field; alto onc-Kor«e farm wagon
2390 bama and Kentucky each receive andmi two.pas«eriR~er
morning in good condition at Mon- In order to record play-by-play correctly, players retiring a runner or even.falling to retire one. This Smith, Thomas T.
bueKy. Harold WilBible class at 10 o'clock.
Smith,
William
2384
nu'tith
Memorial
hospital,
$3
for
everydollar
they
pay
in.
liam!?,
next to Crawford Corner school. '
must
be
numbered
according
to
their
positions:
is shown by FC.
TIIP perfect iproril of atlendani'p
Smock,
Lydla
Ann
.
2471
And
the
state
of
Mississippi
gets
Holmilfl tuwnnliip. Thone Holmdel 7SW.
1—pitcher,
2—catcher,
3—first
baseman,
i—second
The
AB
column
stands
for
at
bat,
meaning
that
for April in l.lttlr Silver ,«ihool fol2462 four bucks for its one!
FURNISHED HOOM for rent. Apply SI
RAISES TO T E A C H E R S
baseman, 5—third baseman, 6—shortstop, 7-left a player has had a fair chance to hit and is not Smock, William
\o\vs:
Wll
lreel. Itrd Hank.
2473 So lt goes all the way down the
given a base on balls, does not make a sacrifice, Snedicer, Samuel
Salary increases totaling $5,400 to fielder, 8—center fielder and S—right fielder. "^
KllgNISHGI)
Al'ARTMENT for rent.
line.
Peter
pays
for
Paul
because
Snediker,
Joshua
2518
njn
K
.pfiK
Hits arc indicated by small horizontal lines In Is not hit by the pitcher, or Is not awarded first
. Dr ew, Jfirr h. R e i t y ,1.
,
teachers
of
t
h
e
Freehold
school
trr^w
loomB,
centrally locaied. Apply
R t : •ry
Paul has a good location on theSI W»fl\ce »treet,
I'rUt'j*
-2556I system were approved last week by the small lower right hand box. One line repre- linsci because of interference on the part of the
Red Bunk.
J O T ciWnirh*. C ft'ttl M
;thr board of education of that bor- sents a single, two a double, three a triple nnd four catcher.
Book C, Monmouth County M a r , map. Paul is one. of the so-called FllltNIKHEll, living room, bedroom and
Primary cruut> - Kuliirlit Unl^t, .InKIl ough. The raises ranged from $50 a homer. A dot in the upper left hand coiner of
kitchen, Prlvutr hath; couple only, in
When a ball is handled properly by a player, and rlage Records, Court House, Free- "poorer" states, many of which
H«ncr. lUc-lr«n, ll.»clwood.
Joyrr Nuhavo big cash surpluses in their' siclcntia) ticiichtjOrlioo'l, convenient tc*
the box would mean the,hit went t o left field,
the man to whom the ball Is thrown drops it when hold, N. J .
Kon. MftrlhR OftkiTsoii. Mitnlyn 'Iftyler, to $^00. T h e salary of the superlines; llnr-n, dishes, lisht and
On nn error by the shortstop tho box opposite the ball should have been held.for a putout, the (291) Walling, Peter to Rachel At- state treasuries but still like to lean I$ bU::
Susan
PcliHjBH".
Hichnnl
Ackrrninn, vising principal, Lloyd S. Casscl,
Hiipp'.ieil. For appointment call R«d
on th,clr big-hearted Uncle Sam.
a' llrouii1TJ> Wml,. Hurlry, Allpn was increased from $4,500 to $4,650. the player hitting the bnll would shKv E6. SB shows
player making thp throw should be credited with
Bunk 1-1114.
<
kinson,
both
of
Keyport
The old shell game on the circus
a stolen base. SH a sacrifice, W a base on bails, an assist and an error charged to the man dropl'lr. K ,tnir, Ariionn, about J u n . '
.
1842, Aug. 7grounds would give New Jersey as DUIVIMC
3rd, stopoinB off niffht*. Tal(e*»^n« j
B^JLpassed
hall,
W
P
a
wild
pitch
ping
the
ball.
To
wit:
A6E3
means
the
first
baseRIVERVlEWTXTTENTS^
womiin. Itefp.roncr-4 exchanged.
Writ*,
By George S. Wharton, Minister good a break for Its dollar.
and H B a batter hit by a pitched ball.
t ' y n l h i a I'iilln;,ii
marr~TaiIe"d~fo~lrDld—the-ghDrtstop's—tdn
l
r
"Driving." Box 511, Red Bank, N. J .
Mis. Norma Halleran of. River
X is the host wny tp Indicate a foul fly, whether
K u m a r . l m - t , l ! i y ••„!!.- hi,!i "ituchi'""n"
When » batter with a count of 3 and 2 is hit Bolrnar7^SG rniGl~"ta™Eliza "HarmanKOIt KALK- MENDOZA ilyed BeaverKI
W i l l i a m * . K » , i i Vi-ii'h'. v-nci-ru An'- road, Fair Haven, and James Mai- cmiglit "or dropped.
Should the catcher mtiff an by a fourth ball, score it up as HP—Sit by pitcher.
(colored)
.....'.
1843, Jan, 2 SIDE DRESSING ONIONS
ci>nt. HI/.I: 18; wool Covert d u t h apo
IliinlRr, Icon! of Konnsbui'g, BID surgical pi\- easy foul the. bntlnr's time a t bnt would show XE2.
By Moses S. McChesney, J u s .
Young onions grown from either cunt, half bill". «iie 1 6 : Mack Iwc
A batter scoring n runner Is credited with a run
.1,
Thorns
Cal.v ticnls nt nive'rview hospital. Both
If tin; first linscman catches a foul flv I lie h».v bnttcd In except whr-n he lilts Into a double play. Hargrove, Samuel to Lydia Covert sets or seed, often respond to antilled coat, Kizr IK: nnvy blue wool coat,
1..
linnttrd. aizn 2 : llsht bclne. knel
WPIO admittfil yesterday.
opposite Ilie .liHtlrr should he marked X3. F3 There m-c four «qUnrns for each- hntler. The
1842, Oct. 28 extra application of fertilizing ma. water pnmf coat, wool pile col*
Hnll.il,. K a y r . - , t , , . , . l i v d m n Mm',,-.
woulil mran Hint the batter went out In thf first IUWPI- right hnnd square symbolizes first base, tho
By
JohnStatesir,
Justice
lar,
sir-e
:lH: all in Rriod condition, rei
terial.
Five
hundred
pounds
of
a
B p l l y M i l " " . - H i ' ' ;. K-. < N n i . r y S n r r - . l i .
biispinnn on a flyliall In fair territory whljo 0 3 ln- upper right second hasp., the tipper left third basn (2B2) Radmore, Williamito Emellns 7-7-7 fertilizer applied along the <uialilc. Write, "Clolhlng," Box 511, "
(Urhsra S'nt.i'
Ml * l . n m v
M r l k l i B i , . MANY PLANTS (JOINC TO SKKII
linuk, N. .1.
•
ilirnlrs
Hifll
Ihp
butter
frrounrlrrl
out
tn
the
first
,lsmf
H'll-,l»»r;<!. S U r v l l n . <;< i-lkl'l
Burdgc
1842, Sept. 14 row before'cultivation will provide
The unusual wriithcr which wr hnspinnn.
nnrt thn lower left, liomr. Thin lines and small
rlrurir,,
llnlif!l'-.%\
IM\.I.
I'linipli'11.
By J. While
<
available nitrogen to keep the WOIILII ],1KK lo buy small b u s i n m ,
numeral*! In rmch box nftcr "first bnse" Bhbw the
narry
Kittfk':.
J ' . M . - he,.!>.
I ' o l i f l l d i oxpcripnced tjiis spring will in nil
with
in'
without
properly.
Must In |
W'hrn n ralclipr misses n third strike thr ha'ltnr's progress of tho runner.
Forman, Ebonezcr to Nancy Gaston plants growing vigorously if thelegitimate- and ntnn. Wnvritinatlon.
Moon.
'Ihc'idf,-,
!'«.*-...i,<, I ' 1 . . J l n r m l •probllity greatly incrense thn perRe> |
centage of cabbage a n d cnuHHower
n « d d t l l . K ' hhnt:
||i.tl"in.
~
1842, Mar. 20 weather Is not too dry. > This appli- llnbln pprty. Aililrrnii Josef Njtterer,
U r o u i i ! - J i m , I I I , l l . n i . J » , , , i . | , r u n . plunt.s
growing lo ' seed stalks
cation of fertilizer should be made Sen Bright. N, J,
Chadwick,'
Ellsha
to
Sarah
Cole
Milan hosn, 2,;il2: Harry Thomas,
' n > n . C a i n i U a v i t ' l n : . .Ivitn * m u l . K m h i y n rather than forming heads, says C.
1842, July 30 as soon aa tho onions havo become ran SALE— Furniture. illnlnit room I
Kmitli. Suianni- sii-iilui,-. Mmilyii still2,156; Keuper, 2,802.
table nnd bufTet, solid oak Jacobean, I
H. Nlasley of Rutgers. This conVandorlpc, Sidney to Mary Ann At- well establlshodr
w « B » n . J i l l T i i h m i . 1 , , A r t l m r A n y , F.ilwli;
small pedestal table, reed table, tarn
The vote for independent candi. A r i l m i lit r n
ii, l l a iit Jalmliy, dition does not reflect on the enbkorson
1842, Mar. 1 Where t h e soil Is very acid, 1,000 stnnd, hand mmlo dlshei, Klnjiwnre!
dates
was:
Lorenzo
Harris,
006;
(•Yank Jchnr,r,.-inn;.;,;
N , 1 bagc plnnt.i a t the llmo they weato 2,000 pounds of n pulverized lime- <iunrt jnrn, nmnll iron cot, china eloset, 1
Ely, Joseph to Sarah James
Nilion.
ll-.y 1'I-I,I,II
sel Into the field, but rather on
rocker, Iron ftrn oicnpc, 12 B U P I ;
Mrs. Lillian Lathrop was InstallMayor George A. Smock, 2d, andJaniPs ('hriml)l('Hn, 220; John Woods,
1842, Mar. 10stone or even BOO pounds of a hy- mUslon
l l l c h a r J It.-i'ili-. K J
phunnirraph, Ice box, Hmall, MOT [
121;
Henry
Percy,
51.
weather
conditions
which
follmvpd
ed
as
president
of
the
Belford
P
a
r
d.ratod lime applied along tho rowKdlHon
T a y l u i . K.-IMH'.T AS , il
By C. L. Worrell, Ministerbo seen .Saturday anil Humlny t o 2 p . m.
n-1. F.:'f,n Mul- jafter these plants wevi: field plant-, bin1 ticket won over thp slnte headThe
Smock
ticket
had
the
supm m . Pntj! l
ent-Tcachcr
association
Monday.
I'd' by Wnllcr Kpiidr in Tupndny's
A. Iteilly, Wcchnwkcn avenue, cor- I
Collins, Charles to Tirie.v H o n i n g as a side dronsln£ and cultivated Mary
jPd. Whnji I'illirr cnlibiigp o r cniili:' I'ny Cmini'il elect km
Il'-ritcii i.trei-1, Idcnl lleach, East |
ll-r.-l
Urnuj.
in Anbury port of the I'nlted .Cltixnns league, Other olllcciji.aio Mrs, Mnigupiitn
_
1842, Dec. 3 into the ground will .show results, ner
Sl.-itp Npn:i!(ir r'riicloc » I K | , R Don- JIIUBS, first vies president,; Mrs.
KonilHlilirg,*
rUiwer pin nt K t ' \ p e i l c n c p a n u i - i ' l i i l i .
After
the
onions
are
well
establishlli-pli'i-ti'ii w i t h t h p m n y n t '
By Isaac, Pockworth, Justice
'tiniicrl xtoppHgi' in g r m v l h nf tlir
ald Stonier, fin nier nlatp hlgliway Pmillno ileCnrclovn, secretary; Mrs.
ed, cultivation should bo fihnllrnv
urd F'no!#
Wr-cr.i. j plant d u e priuiHiily itiia y e a r tn • w i ' i e C i M i n i ' i l n i r n J i i . s e p h K l y a n denmmK^imier. Itrudr nntl his cunMiiiiei Hoffmnn, socrclnry, nnri (293) Herring, Jacob to Jano Busier so as not to Injure tho roots of the
r, iciun
T h o n i H . * ! .1, S i n i l l i ,
Kiineiii- t l t i p a b i .'.
1812, Due. 3
the cold '• pat her w h i c h fullmvprl
nlnir
mnles
WIMP
bai'ked
hy
the
Mm.
Mildred
Giannone,
treiiHurcr.
w
iinrii a n d Holmul Hiur^ r n m p l r t r d
i r l . U,,l,<
V,' , i "
By Isaac P. Pcckworth, Jus. • plnntfi.
the H a r m weitthcr, n c c i u i n nuinClllzhn.*; \'irtniv Ipdiriip,
A gift wnif preacnted lo thn retirthp Stmirk llcki't. Mr. S m i t h Is a s II
It'.ljil'*
Iln-1- of pliintu will fniin .-ceil HtnlliH'!
ing president, Mrs. Sndlo Lehmann. Leonard, John S. to Firppn M. Lanp,
r, i Iliirm •I. M i , '
KOL'inlpd
with
11
in
l
a
w
fflm
nf
I'nrCuttings of geraniums nnd numiiiHtend of hriiilH. I n unnir S o u t h
of Middletown
1841, Juno 24 roiia
l-iiiiiii--,
Aii"
l.nl>i(M:(|tii', Cnnznna a n d . Kliilt jjniwrrri wi.ll hn intcicKtr.il Min. Helen Otten will hn chairman
other kinds of pliintu' will deJ c i n c y fltlilH a t Ipnsl 25 per c e n t
Smith,
niuhnrd
to
Hannnh
Simii Jun
of
a
pnrty
Monday,
Juno
4,
for
uf I l i d ltank,
velop more icndlly If not loft In tho
of the cabbage plunta set out catly
In it new bulletin jtiol puhllshcd hy momhers of tho eighth grade gradWithout Painful Backache
p
mons
of
Middletown
1841,
July
20
, Running tor reelection on the
tootlnR medium too long attor roots
Chp.li r Aiiy,
When disorder rt kidney fuiiotion turmlU
Croup
1^0U^jJftluatlUl^diicJi 1Bi ,ji W ) S l..
members of tho Horticulture
Dc- uating clas.1,
Wilson, Rev, Win, V. lo Lydla Soa- start to form. Tho first pots had polionoua
u
iratlur to remain In your blood, l»
Hta|ka at tho presont time.
Jdft:M9A«J^Bt!uCQu;Ufli(to (
brook of Mlddlotown
partmenl pt Ihq N, J. Agi'iculHtral
1rheutD*,tlop»ta«.
lUeharil uI.uwry, 1'riincli M.-lhriil, How.
better bo small, nnd tho soil not mnyoau»onaminjt>iokii<]h«
l<» pnlni, loeg ot pop nnd eneriy, gettliK vp
nril FerK *l>'i, Joycp Ht-il]i>, Nnliry Ili-rt',
cont P. Keuper. and OrvljloB. Wih- ExpcrlrrTiSht ' ' Station""1 bntltlbH'
H«rli«l« Hrjuiflflil, Dorolky I'arlw, Ju»u
Vanh^e, John
"StnndardH
for
Judging
tho
Growth
teintellii,
who
wcro
defeated.
honuachofl nnd ulBclnou. Frcqiiehb of lO&nty *l
Spraying for (ho control of thrlpn
Kaplan, lluih I.UIIWIK, Vlri/lnln I'nul,,
Rov, Clmrlcs P. Johnson, rootor,
Stntua of Applns In New Jorsoy." l t
P!usn|ro*i irltlt nmartlaif nnd burning *om**- f
The vote wan; '
.
' •
Marlun Wullnd, Allyiip Wni/M
on dayllllcs nnd Japan«Hi< Irlsod
Union shows thorn Is nomottitni iRonf *mta
In available fipp of charg|> to IPHI- uml two laynion fiom All Sntnts
Hniorli, ;i,rir>!l; Kl,v, II.HII); -HniJDi, dents
ulioulil mart ns soon HH tile now
your kldnoyn or liliuklor.
of the slulo upon application cliiircli, Bruca BorcJtmans and Kon- Cntherlnc
Don't waltl Aik your druulst for Dotn'i I
i«.n
of
soli
nbout
tholr
roote,
bo"»uro
to
'•The Ited Bunk nculster In -nuii- l
. few lnchnd tnll anil he .I.:!**; Ciiimlilanro, 3,140; Hln««, 3,- to olllecs of cotinty ngiilcullurnl noth H. Moltiorl, nttondod tho Eplg.
1QJ1
OK
rills, used luootufully by mlllioni for ova |
parted bv liical an well an out-nf-1"T'*nlf>fl rvojy 'week
*«'o until
— 1M-, Jan. O> direct tho wntor Into tho soil balls 40 yran, Thojr BIVB happy rollol
"WtilH or Ruteoid ltnlvciiilty, Now copnl dlorcsnn convention Tuesday
0 M B W I t l'Athor than into tho IOOAC, h
town buiineii.men—Adv«niBtmi:nt flowering time.'
fluihouip.
thn 15 miles of kluDQy
I.-.™. lu
.
2.3S0; Wlntorntella, 3,48ij fiiunowtck.
nt Trenton,
J May 29 earth surrounding t h e bolls,
out VMM Irop your bla '" DomVl
1842,
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Mrs. Lathrop
PTA President
Now She Shops
"Cash and Carry"
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Page Thirteen,
RED BANK REGISTER, MA* 10, 1945
Belford Scouts
Receive Awards
At Washington On Beach Erosion
A W . fey GENERAL MILLS
FRED DWIKOFF CO.
19 WEST FRONT STREET
Phone 55!!
Red Bank
STO R E
YOUR
FURS
A'Court of Awards was held
Tuesday by Boy Scout troop
27 of Belford. The award* were
presented by Joseph Bausback, advancement member of the troop
committee. A gold medal was presented to Robert VanBrunt for. Having the highest record for 18
months. Norman Smith .was runner-up with 15 months' credit and
William Lehman third with 12
months.
Awards were made to Bruce
Smith, Frank Wilson and John Anderson for nine months' credit;
Stanley Anderson and William
Johnson, six months, and Domlnick
Mullaney, Howard Myers and Albert Oswald, three months. Bar
ribbons were presented to Robert
Otten, Chauncey Lehman, Albert
Ottinger, Edward Daly, Kenneth
Howard, Donald Heyers and Al|.bert Cook.
Service stars were awarded to the
following:: Robert Otten, - Chester
Branson, Robert Schwarze and Arthur Koelsch, one year's service;
Edward Daly and Charles Hubba,
two years, and Norman Smith and
Edward Grob, three years, Norman
Smith received a three-year perfect
attendance bar.
A demonstration of metalcrait
was given by Edward Schmidt, a
metal worker at the Federal' shipyards.
.
"Y" Summer Camps
Plans Discussed
IN OUR
(The Red Bank Register»can be bought
in Hailet from Mrs; Edna H. W. Feaeux
and Frank HertU'a store)
Vitrling's la*t visit In lUzltt -t*M
25 years ago, which was the last
time the friends had seen each
other. Miss Annie Cpwles waa a
visitor at the Sproul "home.
Mrs. John P. Kemp of Milltown
and Miss Betty Methner of Old
Bridge were week-end guests of Mr.
and Mrs. J. Grover Curtis.
The annual spring court of
awards for members of Girl Scout
Cloverleaf troop 25 and Brownie
troop 18 was held Friday night at
the fire house. Mrs. Mary Groft of
Matawan, training committee chairEverett
man of the Northern Monmouth
county council, presented awards,
and Mrs. Joseph R. Peseux was Miss Nellie Force of Farmingdale
chairman. • Thomas
Rathbone, waited Mr. and Mrs. Stanley .Stllchairman of Raritan township sal- vell .Friday.
••
:
vage committee, gave a talk. •
Mrs, J, Daniel Tuller attended the
An entertainment program was irogram meeting of the third diagiven by the following;:, Eva Dean, rlct of the New Jersey State FedWanda PeBeux, Ellen Anderson, ration of Women's clubs Tuesday
I June Bennett, .Shirley Emmons, at Manasquan.
' Helen Deal, Angela Pescltelli, Sally Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Culbert of
Foley, Anna. Mlele, Dorothy Rich- New York city spent the week-end
ards, Jill Cooke, Denna Johnson, at their home here. •
Joyce Bennett and Carol Hathaway. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Melvina,
Assisting were Mrs. Daniel W. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Saline and
Foley and Mrs. Ernest E. Peseux, Joseph Fanchina of West Point,
leaders of troop 25; Mrs. George New York, were Sunday visitors of
| Emmons and Mrs. Charles L. John- Mr .aVid Mrs. Nicholas Fetruzelli.
son* leaders of Brownie troop 13. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Wichard will
Other members of the troop com- be guests .this week of Mr. and Mrs.
mittee assisting were Mrs. George J. Daniel Tuller. Mr. Wichard reB. Roberts and Mrs. Elmer A. Bah- cently returned from" Manila, "where
renburg.
he was a Japanese prisoner. He is
T.he Parent-Teacher association a former executive secretary of the
will meet at the Hazlet school next Red Bank "Y" and today will speak
at a meeting, of the Red Bank Ro"Wednesday afternoon,
»
Staff Sgt. Andrew Iaderqsa left tary club.
for Atlantic City today after being J. Daniel Tuller attended the anconfined to Fort Monmouth hospit- nual meeting of the Cornell univeral. He has been spending a fur- sity Engineers club at the Hotel
lough with his parents, Mr. and Barclay, New York city,' Monday,
Mrs, Alfonzo Iaderosa, after return- and yesterday attended the annual
ing from India and China where he dinner of "The Moles" at the Hotel
was with the army air force. He Rooaevelt.
7
made a number of trips over TokJoseph Connors is onjhe sick list
yo. He enlisted In the army January, 1942.
A red and blue glass, put togethMrs. Frank P. Sproul recently en- er, may stop all light and appear
tertained Mrs. Robert Vlerllng of black, but mixed red and blue light
Silver-''Springs;--Maryland; "~Mfj5, "produce a"purple!" ~
Gold MedafTo
Robert Van Brunt
brood towt and little pigs
relish this quality feed.
And it is all ready to use.
Hazlet
Just about anything ' a boy or
girl could want to do on a summer
vacation will be provided at YMCA
The above picture ohowa Hon. James C. Auchincloss at his deBk in Washington, D. C, going over
Camps Ockanickon for boys and
a report in relation to the beach erosion in Monmouth county. Standing behind the congressman are
Matolllonequay for girls, according
State
Senator Haydn Proctor of Asbury Park, Freeholder Joseph C. Irwin ,of Red Bank, Freeholder ;
to plans discussed by the YMCA
The]
j executive-secretaries— of-the—four Yi?loj_Ej_ito»slnger_,,of__Middletown _.ajid_ .Freeholder Edgar O. Murphy of Farmingaale.
reports turned in to the federal authoritlesby our "iocaF officer jf shown above "Have7 been filed and
counties wjioup young people will
favorable action upon the same is anticipated.
:
.
'
attend, at a meeting Sunday at the
camps.
Executive secretaries attending
Beam of Manhasset, Long Island,
East Keansburg
MOTHPROOF
were William H. Petherbrldge,
with h mother,
Anne Wil- was-Mies Riordan's guest.
Monmouth
county;
Clifford
Erliams.
• Interesting war movies were
VAULTS
^nton-<ffuyty
I Flowprp -will hp giypn. fp eBXhl^jb.OMcnl.py a, reprtsen.tal.iYP nf thp.
I. Jacoby, Camden county and T.
'"
.„ t .
,~~
, I mother attending Mother's day ser- Shell oil .company at a meeting
Barbara Jean Kite, daughter of )vice
„ , „ at
, t 110:30
n ., n „,„?„„,,
Paul Reeder, Gloucester county.
o'clock <-„„,,„„
Sunday L
morn- Tuesday night of Shrewsbury fire
The full program planned will be Seaman and Mrs. Douglas Kite of ing in the Methodist church. Rev. company at. the fire house. Sgt. :
flexible and all-inclusive, so that Forest avenue, celebrated her fifth H. Paul Leap, paator, will preach O'Hare, state trooper, attached to '•
any particular desire of any group birthday with a party at her home on a theme in keeping with the day Shrewsbury barracks, spoke on the
of youths will be provided. Young Tuesday afternoon.
and appropriate selections will be brake test survey being conducted •
people's prime requirement, water A miscellaneous shower for Mr. rendered by the choir. Election of throughout the country by the In-!
and
Mrs.
Courtland
Ogden
of
Forsports, will be met with a wide protwo trustees for three-year terms ternational Police Chiefs associagram Including swimming and boat- est avenue, this borough, was held will be held at the close of the tion. Refreshments were served at
Every ooat la brushed
ing. Other athletics planned cover at the meeting of Raritan' grange i morning service at 11:30 o'clock. the social hour following the busia wide range, from horseback rid- in Scheyichbi hall * Keyport, Thurs- Church school will convene at 11:30 ness session.
and sprayed before It
ing to fencing, hiking, boxing, ten- day evening. The Ogden home was a. m. and choir practice will be held V-E day services were held Tues.'It stored In our chemnis and ball games. An Important recently damaged by fire. There at 7:30 o'clock this evening in the day evening in both the Episcopal
part of the program will be camp were about 80 person's present at church.ical control fumigated
and Presbyterian churches, where
craft, and other types of activities the meeting.
vaults.
The Needlework guild of the Lu- Navesink school's perfect attend- appropriate messages -were deliverwill be nature lore, handicrafts and
theran church will hold a meeting ance record for April lists the fol- ed by the ministers.
hobby groups.
Tbe grammar school was closed
lowing pupils:
S e e Us today about
The site of the camps covers 500 today at the home of Mrs. Russell
Firit grade—Janice . Cincejr, Suian Tuesday following the , reading of
acres of pine woodland, on which Hopler.
the
proclamation by President Trustoring your fur and
FUnnpry,
Barbara
BoardmarJ
Stephen
there are eight lakes, near Medford, The Brownie troop and Girl Scout Hurt Hawxhurst, John Kutyla, George man.
* cloth eoats with us:
In Burlington county. Adult lead- troop met with their leaders, Mrs. Maxaon, Henrr Maxson, Robert Stanton1. The next waste paper collection
Second grade—Sandra Mallory, B«verly
ership of the program Is trained by Ruth Kreuger, Mrs. Wanda. Keller
and' Mrs. Dolores Shaw Monday af- Van Brunt, Forrest O'Ne&l, George by the fire company will take place
the YMCA.
Sunday, May 27, starting i t 1:30
Weber.
ternoon
In
their
meeting
rooms
on
Mr. Petherbrldge reported that
WE ALSO DO
Third grade—Marr Brown, Barbara p. m.
175 camper weeks tai girls and 138 Port Monmouth road. The Brown- Knight.
Margaret
O'Neal,
IJIla
Belle
1 1
for boys, or four times as many ies, who total 21, have accepted the I" " .Fourth grade—Robert Gant, Marion
Got an Ice box to sell? Want to
girls and twice as many boys as following as new members: Gloria Gretfor/.
had registered for the camps this Rhuman, Margaret Giles, Elaa
Fifth grade—Elvla K«res, Donald Me buy a fur piece? You can buy and
KEPAIKIN6
sell
through The Register's want
Kun,
Barbara
Kurz,
Patsy
Kellogg,
Laughlln,
Lillian
Keirea.
time last year, already have turned
ads. They're the most widely read
Sixth grade—Marcla Gant.
In their applications. He stated Mercie Arnold, Eunice Gonder,
in
this
section.—Advertisement.
| that indications are that late appli- Mary Ann Barkalow and Evelyn
cants will have to be turned away. Carroll. The Brownies are workShrewsbury
The series of four two-week camp- Ing on Christmas tree ornaments
ing periods will continue from Juna for the Bed Cross. The ornaments
will be distributed to the armed (The Red Bank Register can be bought
27 to August 22.
in ShM«-»bury at Harold R. McCormlck'i
forces this winter. The leaders are Shrewsbury
and at Giwnwood'i
planning to take the Brownies on a •tore and atMarket
H. Clay Bair'i Mrvlct M
TO ELECT OFFICERS
hike
Saturday
afternoon.
The
Girl
The annual meeting and election
Mr. and Mrs. Cheater L. Forrar of
of officers of the Monmouth County Scouts are taking a first aid course Broad street are the parents of
PHONE 2675
Philatelic society will be held at the under Mrs. Shaw and they are also son born Saturday at Rlvervlew
Red Bank borough hall tomorrow selling writing paper and boxes of hospital.
night at 8 o'clock. Notices for the greeting cards. Grace Gould to The sixth grade pupils under the
58 Monmouth Street
meeting were mailed from Adelphla date leads the troop with the sale supervision of Mrs. George Lovett
Monday, and In addition to the old- of 20 boxes. The scouts, have presented a class program last
Red Bank
style, hand cancellation, bore a one- changed their meeting day to each Thursday in the school auditorium.
Opposite Borough Hall
cent adhesive of the recent famous Tuesday afternoon in the same
ng room. The Brownies will Geoffrey Kalmu. recited "A Day in
meeting
American series.
contini,ue to meet Monday after- June;" a one-act playlet "Four In
a Fix," was presented by Nancy
noons.
Carol Jean Hardy, Suzanne
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Langan and Meyer,
and Howard Sfrauss; John
family entertained guests over the Oilman
pecited a poem, "Fourteen
week-end. They were Mr. and Mrs.Merrlam
Ninety-Two;"
Stillman gave a
Thomas Strauch and daughter Do- reading, "TheJoan
Elephant's Child,"
lores, Sgt. and Mrs. John Strauch,
h
W
i h "
all of Bayonne, and Sgt. and Mrs. w! and a skit, "The Three
Wishes,"
Louis Sullivan or Linden.
| sala s presented by John Feist, RoMrs. Gertrude Kreuger of Port i 'ia Trlfari, Bruce Grigor, John
Monmouth road will entertain the I Merrlam and Mary Maruka.
Ideal Beach C. 1. A. at her homa | More than 60 members of the
this afternoon. Next week tho .Shrewsbury Community club and
group will meet at the home of Mrs. , guests attended the barn dance,
vhich featured the first affair held
Wanda Keller. Hudson avenue.
PHILADELPHIA
Seaman Daniel Blacksmith le n the clubhouse Tuesday night.
home on leave visiting his parents Everyone enjoyed the social event
6 & 7 Yr. Old Blend
Blended Whiskey
Mr. and Mr». Daniel Blacksmith, and many remarked • favorably on
he improvements mado~fS"*the forSr.
two-story barn, the Interior of
Friday evening a stork shower mer
has been converted into an
was held in the meeting rooms of which
the Lutheran church, Port Mon- attractive club house.
Miss
Elinor Riordan and Miss
mouth road, for Mrs. Robert Stover,
Virginia Conover, students in CenSCHENLEY RESERVE
the
former
Miss
Cathrlne
McLenRUM SIBONEY
nan. The hostess was Mrs. Mary enary college, Hackettstown, spent
Blended Whiskey
McLennan. Decorations were in he .week-end at their respective
pink and blue with a large umbrel- homes. Both had classmates as
$
la suspended over tho gifts. Re- guests on their visit. Miss Betty
freshments were served. Those at.
tending were Mrs. M. Strickland,
Mrs. William Wheatly, Mrs. Homer
HIRAM WALKER'S
Baync, Mrs. M, Kemp, Mrs.. Elsie
GOLDEN WEDDING
-KUeber. Mr». Margaret • Lenchan,
| Mr*. Mary WelTerHrsTTJarlo H6p~
ler, Mrs. Marie Lederhaus, Mrs.
HOL£S
^
RUBSBII Hopler, Mrs. Kathrlne McFOfl INVISIBUE
Lennan,
the
hostess
and
the
guest
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DIXIE BELLE
GIN
FIFTH
$
3
<
0 5
PINT $1J93
HEUBLEIN/S
' COCKTATLS
Manhattan
Old Fashioned
Martini.
"™
3.78
3.94
3,85
Navesink
(The B«d Bank R«glMer can be boijght
In Naveilnk st the postofflce)
Members of the Woman's Society
of Christian Service will hold a
covered dish supper tomorrow at
6:30 p. m. In tho fire house and
will turn In their holiday bags.
Mi*. Ashton Sickles Is entertaining her card club this afternoon at
her homo.
A V-l! day sorvlce was held Monday night in All Saints Episcopal
:
church.
"••
School was dismissed Tuesday Uartford/Flre ln»urine« Coming
following the reading of President
Truman's proclamation.
. Rev. and Mrs. Charles P. Johnson spent a few days recently at
South Sterling, Pennsylvania, In the
Focono mountains.
•William Hallam has recovered
from injuries' suffered In a fall
HARTFORD
ho was working. He received troatment In Rlvervlew hospital.
Mlas Eva Ingllng has boen visitlnjc relatives at Orange,
PFO William, Williams, who recently returned from oversea* str-
INSURANCE
JOHN T. LAWLEY
' Riverside Drive and Stato
Hwy 3 5 ; .
Tel. Red Bank
QUART
for FLOORS
Stilt htrd
Witt "not Mr, crock «r
Flajtlc. Olow It the i m U l n s neir, perm u i n t flour transparent flails int..
fioora. woodwork tad furniture. Bi
t» apply. LesTM no bruan raar
• a i r to clean. Re«ul»e NO WA
INO. Alcohol proof. Skid proof. i
Plastic Olow todar at *our dealer.
At Leading Red Bank Store*
PLASTIC GLOW CO.
1030 Iroad St., M M q M Trjtofw
Newark 2, N. J.
Ml 2-4KM
TarritorlM
Christian Science
Reading Room
Church Edifice,
209 Broad Street, Bed Bank
Tel. Red Bank 34SO-J. .
OPEN DAILY .
I to I P. M,
Except Sunday and
Holidays
«.
Friday Evenings, 7:80 to 9:30
Hera the Bible, the 'Work* of
Mary. Baker Eddy,ftUcorerarand
Founder of Qiriitlan Science, and
all other 'authorized Christian Science Literature may ba rattd, borrowed or purchased,
Tha Public U Welcome
A PROFESSIONAL SLIDE RULE AT A POPULAR PRICE
Hairline index In contact with
back of slide Insures accurate •
rending of "Trig" scales. Has A,
B, C.'D, Cl, K, 3, L, T scales.
Solves problems In multiplication, division, proportion, square* and square roots,
cube* and cube roots, trigonometry, etc., Instantly. Accurately calibrated, white face
on seasoned hardwood. Detailed Illustrated instruction book,
Price Only s1.00
DOWNSTAIRS STATIONERY DEPARTMENT
TETLEY'S Inc.
17 Broad Street
Tel. R. B. 1
WINTER'S
SANDERS
m
atiefV
NEW 10 INCH SLIDE RULE
ONE MOTH CAN
RUIN YOUR COAT
FUR SHOP
»9 an
MOTHER'S DAY
Sunday, May
wartime years
peed the peace,
tribute is their
Red Bank, N. J.
RED flANK REGISTEB, MAY 10, 1945
-Pace Fourteen.
Edward Dowd In
Cited Battalion
Your Red CCOM StsH Carries A Demble Load
ORDINANCE.
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING AND
SUPPLEMENTING AN O8D1MANCE
ENTITLED "BUILDING ZONE ORDINANCE FOE THE BOROUGH.)OF
BED BANK.'1 ADOPTED JUNE »,
192S. •
BE IT OBDAINED. by tha Major and^ouncll of ths Borough of Red Bank,
hit an ordinance of the.Borough of Red
Bank entitled, "Building Zone Ordinance
to work with development en"or ths Borough of Bed Bank" adopted
gineers la the | field of ej*c- . June S, IK'S, be and the same is hereby
amended and supplemented as follows;
tronlcs. Radio experience and
1. That Section II entitled "Kinds of
Zones" is hereby amended as follows:..
knowledge, of fundamental theSECTION II. KINDS OP ZONES.
ories desirable, i
For the purpose of lessening conges.Ion in the street*, securing safety from
fire, panic- and other dangers, "promoting
health, morals and "ths general welfare,
providing adequate light and air, preventng overcrowding ot land and buildings,
ivoldlng undue concentration ot popula.ion, preserving the character of the Borough and any places, zonea or districts
.herein.and. their peculiar suitability for
particular uses, and conserving the value
of property and encouraging the most
BEA.L, N. J. appropriate use of land throughout the
HOLMDEL, N. J.
Borough, the Borough of Red Bank Is
hereby divided Into the following jix
ses of xones:
Apply
TECHNICAL
ASSISTANTS
Group Receives „
Meritorious Plaque
FOR SALE
| WANT ADS
LOST AND FOUND
lack pockatbook, in vicinity of
FOR SALE
GAS STOVE, four-burner, left h u d 20 CUBIC-FOOT Frlgldnlre, at SwarU'sl
oven and broiler; • also two porcelain
Auction room. Highway 16. Phoiie Bed
laundry tub tops. Apply 58 William Bank 321S,
treet. Bed 'Battle.*
COM" CLUBS, ana let ot matched]
;OOD QOFFEE. We have an 8-cup K
Bpaulding clubs, with Uather bag, otb. 1
odd cluba and leather, bag. Phone
i 6S ni Jl JJ Lt i2 L n, %
J £J ihu ip }}
;„ "H».n..h •"*n—'•*—•
'
can all enjoy a good cup of morning_ coff
d CO
0 cents. Filter
Fil
Cory rods
cloths 8IX CUBIC-FOOT el*etrie »«frlgerator, 1
and parts for Silex and Cory. National ' m«ke Zero Zone. Very good condition, I
5 * 10. Frown's. Phone Red Bank 2680.* 20S North Bridge avenue. Red Bank. K. I
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE.' Combination J.. in the rear.*
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gas and oil ttove, sewing machine, two MODEL A CONVERTED Marine motor,]
dining room sett, three-piece living; let.
no transmission, never used, f 71, I
Mrs, K. Steinecke.. 22 Park avenue, Phone Bed Bank 2107-M,
Keansburg. N. J.»
STEIN WAY UPRIGHT* piano, ilzT,\
GOOD CONDITION, electric iron, clocks,
Phone Mlddletown 76.
floor lamps, bed, dresser, cheat.drawera, kitchen table, chairs, table dealt, odd BOAT, OPEN 24 feet, model A Ford «,„. .
gine, bronze drive shaft, copper tiller, I
tabled. Apply after 1 p. m. at 72 Monrope needs repair. 176, t). Basso, Esao I
mouth stre«t,. Red Bank.*
Service f Station, Carr avenue, corner of I
MAGIC CHEF gas range, also coal Church* street. Phone Keaneburg 862.J.
\ r a n g e with oil burner attachment,
cheap. H. Phlppa, Pinebrook. Seen after AKB YOU LOOKING (or • lecond-hand I
Ice box? Juit <ot In 12 of them, I
5 p. m. any evening.*
Swarti'a Auction Room, Highway }{, I
13-FOOT LYMAN sea «kiff with rebuilt1 Phone Bed Bank°I2I«.
Johnson 32. Very fast and seaworthy.
811, FORLI TRUCK chassis; also good 1
Ready to go. Call Atlantic Highlands
stock tomato planta. Phone Middletown |
532-M.
.
. tf
SEVERAL REGISTERED Gueriuey Milch
OIL
STOVK, Three burnere, cream ar.j 1
cows.
Can b* ie«n at Dunmoven
black enamel, compartment for pans. I
farm, Naveiink River road. Mid tile town
township.
Phone Atlantic Highlands Oven for single burner. Price 18. Phona |
tumson 768,*
795-J.
TABLE and t*a wagon, (tail I
BRING YOUR HOLLERS. We will put
top, . two ailk bedspreads, full alia. |
clean new window shades on them
Plione
Long
Branch 2H11.
right, while you wait. We make any kind,
of a window shade. Dark sreen shades EIliHT WEBKS OLU bult Cocker Spanfl
M. My Own Bruele .train. Call|
with freeh tape* end cords. * National 5
5 & 10. Prown's. Phone Red Btnk Z.680.* Katontown 179.
MAHOGANY BEDROOM suite, guod SMALL CAK, two scaur, bargain.!
Swartr'a. Auction Room, Highway "
condition, cheap, odd bed, tpringa and
matlrcBfl, incomplete set of dishes. Phone Phone Red Bank S218.
Atlantic Highlands 771. & '
FULL SIZE maple baby erib, in g o o i l
condition, S8. 86 Wuhfngton "itre.t1
ASPAKAGUS ROOTS 14 a 100; cheaper
w
-by the 1,000. Phone Keyport 1I87-M. Rumion, N. J.«
S. Stranero. Ccnterville, near Route 35. SWART7/S AUCTION rooms buy. «v«ry-l
thing and anything, not only furnltuia,!
FOUR (JUBRNSEY cows, five years old,
fresh and tested; one Guernsey' bull, HWhway 38. Phone Red Bank-8213.
two years old. Am discontinuing my IN STOCK! Porcelain ice box, whit*
enamel kitchen range, upright piano,
dairy. Call Holmtlel T7»l'»fHT * p._m.
UPRIGHT PIANO, cheap, In Rood con- three-piece walnut living room . atlite.
dition and white enamel wash., basin white kitchen range, walnut bedroom
suite, roaple high chairs, coil springa, inwith fixture*. Phone Keyport 366.*.
nenpring mattress, boudoir chain, cofCOCKER SPANIEL pumiy. be.t blood fee tables, studio couches, ten-piece walline.-A. K. C. registered. Phone Red nut dining room suites, mirrors, vacuum
Bank 2257-J.
cleaners,
Ruicll'i Auction Gallerlea,
USED STOVES..andirons', fireplace crate 25-27 Front street, Eed Bank. Phone
pink and <irainboard, mirror 2&x6t> in.. 16M.
.
^^
wardrobe, china clqnet, icebox, lawn
mower, painted che«t of drawers, small TWIN BEDSPREADS, hand erochttcd,
- lacriflce. Call evening* after f o'elotlc
bout anchor, and other articles too nu
meroui. to mention. 116 Shrewsbury ave Phone Bed Bfnk 82.8.
nuc, Kcd Bank.
EAKGE EXHAUST fan. Swarta'a Auction
Room, Highway St. Phon* Red Bank
TARNKrr^iiiUio._iwo^Xffl
^siQ.vea, block and fall with 150 lineal • M T S : - '
'-•
—^~,_...--.,,J
feet of 1-In. rope; 60 White King,ulfC- COM E ONE. COMX ALL to Swartl'll
eon.s
n.s aand l>en. llicjulra 17 vBrown Place,
Auction Room and look over our MayT
h
l t B
Bank2J!O9jifler
phone
_ _ _ j 5:30
^ _
sales on furniture. Everything greatlM
P1IILCO AND ZKNITH cabinet radios. In reduced, l'hono Red Bank 8211. High
t , %ea
excellent condition,
%'i'y' each. Kcctrl
Klcctrlc way 3.'».
table
like
K*d
bl broiler
bil
lik new, f£.
f£ Phone
Ph
K d TEN GOLF CLUflS. leather Alex TayJ
Hank 2175"
lor bag, three dozen balls, $50, Calsj
Th« Meritorious Service Unit
Mlddletown and Fort Monmouth, coninlng money, driver's license, ration
plaque ma recently presented to
books, etc. Pltaae contact Keaiisburg
•.he • 191st Tank Battalion" Service I
4U.
Liberal reward.*
>attery of the Seventh Army In
LOST—Sterling silver Eagle victory pin,
Svrmsny by Maj. Gen. Robert T.
sentimental value. Reward.
Phone
Frederick, commanding general of
Rumion 739.
Lbs 45th Infantry dlvWon, for Its
FOUND—Gold rinjr. Urge topaz
Phone Red:Bank 888.*
tuperlor performance of difficult
LOST—Wire-hair terrier. In Rumson.
tasks since the invasion of Southnear Sea Bright bridse, white with
ern France. Each member of the
black and brown marking, female. Call
buttery Is entitled to wear the InSea Bright 201. Reward.*
llgnia^a golden yellow cloth wreath
LOST—Gold bracelet, three blue atones,
on hU right sleeve. PFC Edward
in vicinity of Broad itreet. Red Bank,
N. J., or on Fair Haven-Rurason buses.
J. Dowd, Jr., of Leonard street, Red
It would be greatly-appreciated if finder
Bank, Is a member of the 191st batwill pJ«aie call Bed Bank 1665.
talion.
TWO GERMAN Pointers, large female,
"During the rapid advance of the
1.
A
Residence
Zonei,
seve-i years old, bobtail. Answers
U. S. Employment" Service
battalion from the , beaches of
2. B Residence Zonei,
name "Pud" and male pup, «lx months,
8, C Residence'Zones,
tame
size. Both -dogs brown and white,
3outh«rn France," the citation
RED BANK. N. J. ASBURY PARK, K. J.
1. D Residence Zones,
brown bead and heavy ticked, with
reads, "to the foothills of the Vo«5. Business Zones,
brown. - Reward will be paid for any Inftm mountains, this company main•WMC. Bulea Observed.
I. Industrial Zones.
formation leading to their return. Call
tained an adequate flow of supplies
as ehown on tha building zone map ac- Eatontown 572 or Long Branch 2038.
companying these regulations and hereby Georjre L. Green, 130 Norwood Rvenue,
to all elements of the tank battalion
declared to be'a part thereof. No build- Long Branch, N. J,
•n-hlOh were often widely separated
Ing'or premises shall be us>d, and no
lifetime SchaelYer pen in
In the division sector."
building or structure shall be erected or LOST—Brown
or near Red Sank high school on
Numerous ' times during the
altered, except In conformity with the) Thursday,
April 2C, If found, please call
regulationa
herein
prescribed
lor
the
zone
French campaign It was necessary
Red Btnk 167O-.M. Reward.*
In which such building or premises la
to transport ammunition and ralocated.
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.
tion! from dumps as far as 150
2, That the building xonejnap referred
FOR EXCHANGE
miles away. The trucks were in al- iured as a gunner in the European society and the Edna Woodward
to and made a-part of this ordinance is
most constant operation, but the heater he has recovered. He was auxiliary of the Leonardo Baptist
hefreby amended and supplemented eo aa
WOULD LIKE to trade 193T four-door
church
Friday.
Mrs.
Frank
Frohn.warded
the
Purple
Heart
and
a
to
exclude
from
the
tones
in
which
they
Vehicles were always In superior
Dodg°e sedan for the same year, coupe
are now situate and so as (o include in
mechanical condition and no motor Bronze Star for his combat work. hbfer presided.
D residence zone the following described or convertible. Hither Dodge, Chevrolet
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Neuhauser Carol Otto, daughter of Lieut.
or
Plymouth. Phon« Red, Bank 519.
vehicle accidents occurred,
properties:
• "In apite. of the great distances ave gone to Sag Harbor, Long Is- Keith Otto, U. S. Navy, and Mrs.
BEGINNING at a point in the north
Otto,.observed
her
first
birthday
side of Pinckney
Road at the southeast
covered," th» cltaUon continues, and where Mr, Neuhauser will
IN CHANCERY OF NEW JER5EY
corner of ! Lot 16B, Block 115, which
"the company maintained the tanks pond a vacation with relatives af- yesterday. She received many gifts
54/744 • • :
also the southwest corner of Lot 16, To ALFRED DESHAENA1S.
and a birthday party was held at
ALPHONSE
in condition at all times to complete er his recent illness.
Block 115, as shown on the Bbrough Tax
PESHARNAIS,
JOSEPH
TELEStheir combat missions, even, as in Lieut. Leigh ton Lobdell Jr. is the home of her grandparents, Mr.
MBP, snd running thence (1) northerly
PHORE
DESHAHNA1S,
MARIE
LUCIA
along the west, line of Lot 16, Block 115,
several IInstances, after road march- home on furlough from the Naval and Mrs. Richard Curry.
sever
GRACIA DESHARNAIS
SIMPSON.
201
feet
to
a
point',
thence
(2)
eaeterly
Mrs.
Jack
Simms
of
Dumont
has
Air Forces.
".
(also known as f'.race ' Simpson).
il"
es of over 100
100 miles."
in a straight line to the northwest corEMERILDA DUROCHER, and ALBERT
Miss-Marion O'Conner is home on been visiting Mr. and Mrs. William
There was a shortage
g of tank
ner of Lot 16A,' Block 116, as shown
.DESHARNAIS, his heirs, devisees,
d alsol maintenance ipring vacation from Syracuse unl- A. Maack.
on said map; tHence ($) still easterly
_jjpar*_parts and
personal' representativei;
Bonora and Mrs. Bonora
along the north line of. Lot 16A, Block
personnerto" do necessary—repair- ersity-where-she-1» enralled-ifl.,the_ Joseph
By. virtue of an order of the Court
1.15, to the west side'of South street; of Chancery made on April 5, 19J5," in
|oIrCamp"WouasrTexasr.aEB visitingwork during the early period of the ntenelve nursing course.
for detailed Information about"
S"'l
K H Hrr M
Metot
campaign but In spite of this, "ttie James Beattie has taken a posi- Platoon Sgt. and Mrs. Steven Bonof South Street 136 feet, more or lent Homer e eC. Methot, Substituted
Trustees
our sensational and sure slendra,
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to the northeast corner of Lot 17, Block under Trust Agreement between Edounrd
men of the service company,", the loii with the Porter tree experts.
erizing
115. as thown on said map; thence (5) Wenceslag Methot and U Merle Homer
citation says, "by theit; Initiative Allen Austin has returned home Mm. William Duerr, MrS. Elsie
westerly alone tha northerly sides of Methot. dated September.ICth. 19]], are
, BEAUTIFORM
Duerr and Jack Gatlin of N.ewark
and diligence were responsible for fter a stay at" Montclair.
Lota 17. 18 and 19, Block 115, 150 feet Petilloner* and Alfred Dcsharnais, et als.,
TREATMENTS
John Calverf,. Jr., of Lafayette were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs.
keeping a maximum number of
to a point,
which is the northwest cor- are Uefordants, you are required to npp ,
y
p
Louis
Velgel.
L
1
B l k 115:
11
th
<G)
rt
Wtl^lmllltai!E2l2Ut
h petition,
ii
ner off Lot
19,
Block
thence
<G)
pear and answer the
on or b
bel
h
id L
h e lOJh
off May,
1 9 1 5 , or th
he
to a c l a s 3 u S N a v v
rnrty
b ^ ^
the period."
ffore tth
OJh dny
d
M
- - '
' has returned to
heater party Saturday. After the
his
base
in
Florida-after
spending
BEAUTY SALON
erformance refreshments were
SOPA-DEI), mnple walnut bedroom ,at^
a ieave here:
erved at hla home.
chair and ottoman .olid black walouq
10 Monmouth St. Bed Bank
dininn room luitc,
Call Red Bank]
The residents of Rumson re- Mrs. Robert Holdsworth won the
382J.R.
State.Ir Place,. Eed Bank
lThe Red Bank Register ear, tit bought ponded generously to the appeal monthly pinochle tournament held
Canonico,*
in Fair Haven at Mack's store and the
by
the
ladies'
auxiliary
of
Commun
'or old clothing for the people of ity fire company last' Thursday.
NOTICE.
A
t,
gg.
r»lr Havsn Market!
owcaea, «lcctrle ironer, set of gilt JUST BOUGHT out a warehouse of fur
BEGINNING At a point in the westerly
TO FRED A. TAYLOR, snd his heir,
d
c e l
niture. In it are aome beautiful tape«Jesse Bennett of Ohurch street, var-stricken Europe. Collection Mrs. Frank S. Wadsworth was h
next to kin. devisees, legatees and per side of Prospect Avenue at the north- fees In connexion therewith, for cancel- furniture. Phone fiumson 42Z before 11 .try and Chippendale parlor aeta. Swarta'si
lepota
were
established
throughout
who has been a patient at Monteas.
sons! representatives, snd MRS. FRED east corner of lands of Monroe Eisner, lation of the bond Rlvrn by Petitioners
Auction
Room, Highway S3. Phone
he
borough
and
more
than
four
A. TAYLOR, wif« of FEED A. TAYLOR: and running thence <1) Along- the west in this matter, for determination of the SCALE—-HOWE platform, 800 Ib; one- Hank 3213.
rnouth Memorial hospital, Is imops were collected. Mrs. C. L, Des- Misses Josephine and Jennie
hor<e- farm wagon, plow, cultivator,
By virtue of an order of the Court side of Prospect Avenue. North 29' Trust and distribution of principal thereproving nicely at his home.
Neidllnger,
who
have
been
spendSTUDIO
COUCH., large gas range,
West,
2-18.39.
feet
to
a
point;
thence
<2)
ftcoop
shovel,
lawn
roller,
4
ft.
wide,
of to Petitioners, and for Petitioners'
Chancery of' New Jersey, made on
George Curchln, Jr., of Fair Ha- lardwaa in general charge of the ing the winter In New York city, of
hassock, new. The Hassock Shop!
thei- dutipg a% said Sub- Phone _Rtimion ibl a fter_5_P- m**
rge ffrom
m the
the day of the date hereof, in a cause South 60° 30' West, 101.27 feet to & discharge
point;
thence
(3)
North
20*
30'
V/esi,
Route
So,
Mlddletown, N. J. Phone M i d ]
ven road, Eagle Scout, rescued rive.
stituted
t
i
t
t
d
T
Trustees,
N
wherein Borough of Fair Haven, a muhave opened their summer home.
,
Nyp. Alfred
Alfd
es LU(;UA(;B~TRAlL£lC$7fi; rowboa't, |2O
nicipal corporation of the State of New 182 feet to a point; thence (1) South hi
three baby squirrels from a build- Robert B. Beattie, T>. D. of Ridge
, AJpbome Deaharnaw, Joseph
electric hot Bteam blo-ck, 11 - ; chll
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Patterson, Jersey,
60° 30' West, 251.28 feet to a point;
ie
complainant,
and
Fred
A.
Tay•oad,
will
preach
Sunday
morning
PLAY
HOUSE,
suitable for cabana,
dren'd
double
chain
awing,
$8;
roll
wire
De^harnaig, Marie IiUcia
ing that is being remodeled and
who have been living in East? Or- lor, and his heirs, next of kin. devisees, thence (6) South 20' 30' Eaat, CO feet to Telesphorc
tool home; 8x20 feet. J100. 74 Ocei
Gracia Oeshnrnals Simpson, (also known fencing, (3, 11 me til fence posts, f o
took them home for pets. George .t l i o'clock at the Presbyterian ange several years, have returned legatees and pernona! representatives and a point; thence (6) South 60" SO' Weat,- as
<:»
I
!
d
B
f
c
3206
avenue.
Monmouth
Bsacb. N. , 7 .
(.«»_
___^
3206.
Grace Simpson), Emerllda Du roc her,
others are defendants, you are required 155 feet to a point; thencs (T) South and Albert Desharnais, hU heirs, de- CX)OLBRATOit ICE box. large size,, good THREE-riECE living room suite, ._
fed the squirrels bits of apple, nuts ihurch on the topic, "For Such a to .Leonardo.
to appear and answer the bill of said 19• 30' Eatt, 212,80 feet to a point ia
and Wheaties. He gave one to the Time as This." A thank offering The Alexander family have mov- complainant,
good
condition.
Price
$40.
Phone
R«d
fairly
good
condition.
19 Clinton Place,
before the 25th day the northerly line of lands belonging to made defendant! because you are all Bank 700."
IUU Hank. Call after 5 p. m.» ^
biology department of Rumson high vlU bo taken up for the relief of ed from their home on Glenmary of June, next,on oror the
said bill will he Monroe Eisner; thcr.ee (8) along the heir* at law and nc'xt of kin of Francois
var
sufferers
In
Europe.
northerly line of said lands ot Monroe I)eshar/iai«, who w&a the last remaining LADY'S "V" I T J O I T N S O N bicycle, wood ANTIQUE VICTORIAN lofa, n«wlr c o r j
ichooland finally parted with the
avenue to their new house on Cen- taken aa confessed ajrainst you.
Eisner, North 75* 30' East, 76.40 feet, lifp tenant under the Tryst.
condition, S3o. I'm .Ocean Avenue
ercd. Write, FojtofllCj- Box JS7,
other two/to-a friend who plans to
ter avenue.
Tlie said hill is filed to foreclose a more or less; thence (S) still along the
Monmouth Beach. N. J., third door south H»nl. N. J.
•
Dated: April fi, 1015,
certificate
of
tax
sale
covering
the
premcare for them unti lthey are old
northerly line of lands of Monroe Eisner,
of the Const (iuard.
AppleKatp, Stevens, Fwtsr A
GENERAL ELECTRIC water pump, 1\
ises mentioned In the Bill of Complaint, North 75* 63' Ea«t, 448.30 feet to the
enough to look out for themselves.
8X10 OLSON r&K rutf, large round army
horsepower, 220 volts. Phone Reel
situate on the south side ot Front street point or place of Beginning,
Rcussiile,
tenl, Florence two-burner heater, wal- Bank 17M.
Circulars have been received In
in tho Borough of Pair Haven, County
Solicitors for and of Counsel
nut c^e*t of tlrawerw, three-burner kero3. That Section 111 entitltd "Use RegBed Bank Eesliter oan b« bought
of Monmouth-and State of New Jersey,
this vicinity from Frederick V. In(The
with the PelHioncM,
neno cook Btov^. two floor larnna with "ESTATE" ELECTRIC range, eicellenu
ulations Controlling Residence Zones" Is
Leonardo at the White Home Store
made,
by
Percy
V.
Bennett,
Collector
ot
81 Bvcad street, Rtd Bank, fihadei. enamel-top table, with drawers,
condition. Purchased 1940. Call RumJ
Bowers of Los Angeles, a former and Wledrnann's)
Taxes of the," Borough of Fair Haven, to hereby amended na follows, to » to
N. J.
adjustable drcaa form, wooden clock,, odd aon 698 between 9 a. m. and 12 noon. J
resident of the borough. Mr. Bowthe Borough of Fair Haven, dated De- amend paragraphs 9(b), 9(c> and 9(d)
tableit. .Stanebury's, Five Comer*, Middle. COOK STOVE. Buekwalter No,
and so as to provide for a new paragraph
ers, who Is credited with the title Mr. and Mrs. A." Keith and Mrs. Harry J. Poling was Installed as cember 10, 1031,. and recorded in the following
CHANCERY 1/37
town.JRouU 3T,.
^_
9(d) to he known as 9(d-I):
"Canopy Special" gratet and fire bi
County Clerk's Office on June
"the man with a thousand songs," Edward Gaugh of Brooklyn spent chief of the Keyport fire depart- Monmouth
9{b). In an A residence zone, notwith- SHERIFF'S SALE:—By virtue of a writ "ALMOST NEW," specials all -week. Finst-clasa condition, excellent baker]
14, 1932 In Book 1013 of Mortgages for
of
fi,
fa.
to
me
directed,
issued
out
of
ha« been entertaining service clubs he week-end here.
ment-at ceremonies in Eagle Hose said
standing
»ny
provisions
hereinbefore
or
County, on page 72, and you, Fred
Suits, drease*. coau, skirts, sweaters, Phone Red Bank 1104.
Mrs.
Edward
Bryan
has
returned
the"
Court
of
Chancery
of
the
State
of
along the Pacific coast of late. Mr.
company fire house last week. At A. Taylor, and his Heirs, next of kin, hereinafter set forth to the contrary, no
and shoes', baby dresseti. slip*, caps, crib BOUGHT OUT a restaurant, fnlh
building or structure other than a one* New Jersey, will be exposed to eale at spreads, sheets, and cases. Over 400 gnrequipped. Come to Swartz's AuctlorL
Bowers is not only a composer,, 'rom visiting relatives at Newark. the same time Charles Kinhafer, devisees,, .legatees anil personal repre- family
detached dwelling, together with public vendue, an
are made defendant because
mcnU, come in and look around. Agency Room, Highway 35. Red Bank, H. J j
having written the original songs Mr. and Mrs. Cosmo O'Neil have first assistant chief, and David C. sentatives,
y, the 21st dayy of May,
you are the owner of the said premises such 'accessory use customarily incidental Monday,
y, -1345,, fo'r Avon cosmetics and household lirod- Phone K"l Bank 3213.
bt
th
t
i
'
l
k
"Because" and "Always," but haa received word that their 3on, Maj. Schanck, second assistant chief, mentioned and described in the Bill e-f thereto as may be herein elsewhere de- between
the h
ucts.
Also
wanted,
fur
coaLfl,
size
H-20
ut \'i o'clock and 5
(at 2 o'clockk War
Time), in the evening KQWW, J6 and up; evening slip- TAKE NOTICE, just received large shll
Compliant, and you, Mrs. Fred A. Taylor, nned, shall b? erected, altered or unrd, o'clock
'l
W Ti
had many years in vaudeville and 'aul O'Neil, has been promoted to were also installed.
ment of chrome and aluminum for i a 4
lieutenant colonel. Lieut. Col. The retiring chief, Vincent Apple- wife of Fred A. Taylor, are made a de- and no premise's in such zone shall be afternoon of said dny, at the "Court pers and small girls' nnd boys' clothing.
motion pictures.
House
In
the
Borough
of
Freehold.
Coun- Must be clean and In good condition. laid linoleum for sink and cabinet topal
used
for
any
other
purpose.
fendant because you are the wife of Fred
The interior of the Fair Haven O'Neil was graduated from the gate, was presented with his ex- A. Taylor, owner of the premise* men.
ty of Monmouth, New Jersey, to satisfy C'lothinif taVen by appointment only. Lowest price in town. Samuel SwartxT
9{c).
In
a
B
resilience
zone,
notwltnStates Military academy at chief's badge. The presentation and tioned and described in the Bill of ComWest Front atreet, Red Bank, phone]
pharmacy has been thoroughly re- UnitedPoint
any provision! hereinbefore or a decre t of aaia court amounting to ap- PleH<e rail Ked Dak 1*61. Open daily 14
In 1940, and Is with the installation were in charge of Coun- plaint; and mar claim |a dower right It Btanding
nnd Sundays. 9 to H p. m., Fridays, 3 to 1387.'
hereinafter set forth to the contrary, no proximately SI.547.00.
SecoraUd, the work being done un- West
said premises.
55
Shrewsbury
Avenue.'
construction
engineers
of
the
First
ALL those certain lots, tract or parcel 9 p. m. Dean's,
building
or
structure
other
than
a
one—
der the direction of Arthur B. Sick- Army In Germany.
cilman Harvey G. Hartman, chairGRAND OPPORTUNITY to lecure •
family or two-family detached dwellins:. of land and premises, hereinafter par- fA~BLE~UiL CLOTH" WV~have a iiiee
Dated: April 23, ISIS.
man of the department of fire, asstock of table covers, table oil cioth
lea, a former mayor.
together with such accessory use cus- ticularly, described, situate, lying and
one'yea'r-old refflatered Gucrnaej
Mrs.
Ralph
Johnson
entertained
Parsons,
Labrecque,
Csnzona
and
tthelf
oil
cloth; scarfs 19 cents
being
in
tt>B
Township
of
Shrewsbury,
of
First
Mis. E. L. Ketch-urn
tomarilv incidential thereto as may bo
sisted by Mayor Peter O.' Weigand
bull. Will tell with or without reft
Combs.
herein elsewhere defined, ahull he erected, in the County of Monmouth and State edging '10 cents yd; Clopay window
street has returned home after «ev members of 'the Aleth«ia club at and; the other members of the coun18 Wallace Street.
nhadc 15 cent*.
National S 4 10
Iitration papen. Frank VanSyckla,
altered or used, and no premises in nuch of New Jersey.
•red weeks with Mr. Ketehum's radio pinochle last night. Prizes cil; Rev. Charles R. Smyth spoke.
Rnd Bank, New Jersey.
zone shall be used for any other purBEGINNING at a point in the souther- Prown'i. Phone Red Bank 2680.*
Colfi Neck, N.,J.
were awarded to Mrs. William The annual department lnepec
relatives in Elmlra, New "Xork.
pose.
ly line of Squankum Road, said point beTHREE FEMALE White King pigeons.
Notice of Settlement of Account.
A card party for the benefit of Meuller and Mrs, John Grodeska. tlon wai held previous to the inaalIn a C residence tone no build. ing distant three hundred anil forty feet
Best kind. Mrs. Hodman, 38 Weit ONE SIX-FOOT, all porcelain Mayflow*
Estate of Eleazar Parmly, deceased. ing0(d).
Mrs. Katherlne Lorlg, Shirley latlon. The six companies, memthe Chapel of Holy Communion will
structure or use other than those easterly from the north eaat Corner of ntrcet. Red Bank."
refrigerator, good condition. Ha
Notice
Is
hereby
given
that
the
accounts
lands
now
or
formerly
owned
by
John
be held Friday, May 25, at 8 p. in Long, Mr. and Mra. Gordon Bertrim bers of the fire patrol and the first of the subscriber, substituted trustee of enumerated In paragraphs 1 to 9 Inclu- Schultz; thenev (1) easterly along the VKHV FINE miniature baby grand piano. seen ut 9 Huddy avenue. Highland
and Helen Bertrim of Passalc spent aid squad assembled on Atlantic the estate of said deceased will be audited sive of Section lit of this ordinance shall southerly linp of Squankum Uoatl one
In the parish house
by
the
ladies
Hand
rubued,
two-tono
case.
Excellent
J.
Phong Long Branch 2667-J.*hou
y
be permitted erected, altered or used and
V Brown i the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. street with their trucks and equip- and stated by the Surrogate of the no premises in nuch zone shall be used hundre 1 i\nd fifty feet to a point: thence tane.
TWO PHOTO rttlcelor,
on atanil. » 7 l
| Phone
guild. Mrs. M
Myron V. Brown is Nathan Saarfoss. County of Mimmouth and reported lor for any other purpose, provided, however, Cl) southerly and at rii!ht angles to UEAOH CHAIRS,, "pottery,
hawocks,
tody*,
riding Jodphur boota, tan, i'^f
py,
ment for inspection by the mayor settlement to the Orphana' Court of ssiu* that prior to the issuance of any cer- Sriuankum Hojiil three hundred feet to a
chairman.
airman.
hooked
h k d
b
id b
h
b i d hou&ei
h
bird
bath*,
bird
{•'>;
mahogany
dres«er.
empire
period,
Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Furman and and council..
County, on Thursday, the twenty-tlrst tificate of occupancy or building permit point in the northerly line of Porter Hassock SShop. R
Route 35, Middl
Mlildletowa.
: S/Sgt. Dermot T. Callinan has ar- Misses Harel and Florence Tlede
liqac. 53o. Phom Red Banlc 92<.»
day of June. A. 1>-. 1915, »t 10:00 o'clock for any apartment house, hotel, or other Avenue: thence (3} westerly alonic the GAS~RANl;BSl~Jujt reeeivTd^shiirrnent ALFALFA, four acrea. Call after I
rived home from the South Pacific maun of Jackson Heights were Sunnortherly
line
of
Porter
Avenue
one
a, m.. at whlsh time application will be group residence buildings, any final plant
af brand new Oriole, Hardwlck, Calo- . m.. Red B«nk 75S-J-1.*
where he has been on duty for the day guests of Clausen Coope.
made for the allowance of commlssiona and iipecification* therefore shall be fir«t hundred and fifty feet to n point; thence ric, Welbilt and 3lnttery gas ranges,
last three and one-half years. He Is Mrs. William Ford, who has been
and counsel feels.
submitted to and approved by a msijor- (4) .northerly three hundred feet in thfi fully insulated, with oven control*. PLAY ROOM fiitJre.. tables, chalra, pocj
southerly
line
of
Squankum
Road
at
the
table, bar novelties and etc. Can k
ity of the mernbera of the Board of AdBock's Stove Exchsnge, Valley Drive,
•pending his furlough with his par- a patient at Rlvcrvlew hospital, reDated: May 3, A. D. 1945.
(The Bed Bank Register can he bough'
justment, the members of which are here- point or place of Beginning.
near Scars avenue, ]ihone Atlantic High- seen all day Saturday. Write, "(Ma
Ueorge Parmly.
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Callinan turned to her home Monday.
Room," Box 51.1, Red Bank, N. J;*'
..i Eatontown at the stores of William
by Riven the power and authority to deIntended io be all of lots Noj. 7, g, 9, land* 352.
Box
111,
Orange,
N.
J
of River road.
termine whether or not any such pur- 16. 17 and 18. Block A. as shown on a
William'Woodward, U. S. Navy, G. Dnvla and G. Edward Smock)Substituted Trustee.
CABINET radio for >al* DO YOU NEED a living room s e t ! '..
pone, construction or us« so applied for map of property of Oliver A. 1'orter, C. BRUNSWICK
Furniture Center rai high grade fai
has returned from Florida, where Leo A. Fary, son: of A. E. Fary Warren H. Smock,
excellent condition. 10 Center street,
will be in conformity With and not con- K. Alle.l, Jr., C. E, November 1920. and
tory samples, with spring conatruetlo
16
Mechanic
St.,
he was recuperating. from a four of Eatontown, has returned from Red' Bank; N. J.
trary to the general purpose* recited in .It, is specifically covenanted and warTwelve-month payment plan. Phone r
RADIO,.
ALL-WAVE,
twelve-tube.perfcct
the first paragraph of section 2 of this ranted that the dwelling house now ocmonths illness. He spent the week' tho Southwest Pacific where ho has
Hank 1647.
Proctor.
condition; also one small table mode)
cupied by the said Oliver A. Porter and
(The Red Bank Regiater can be bough* end with his mother, Mrs; Charles bf.crt 11 months on the U. S. S
ordinance.
Ella J. Porter and the out-buildinga in- radio. Cull at 48 Wallace street, after FOUNTAIN pens repaired. Don't tlro
IN
CHANCERY
OF
NEW
JERSEY.
In Rumson at the Rumton Pharmacy, Woodward, Sr.
that old ptn away. We will put It !
9(d-l). In
Waop. Ho Is now In a hospital In
D residence zone, not- cident thereto Are wholly located within 4:30. R. Renhart.*
Finnerty's itore, Torborg's store, Hovi'
shape as good as new for small charge
HAY ABBOTT:
withstanding any provisions hereinbefore the boundaries of the lands above deEdward Herman has returned to Ponaacola, Florida. After spending TOByJESSIE
GIRL'S HLUE Ctiiiterfield aprinif coat Speallty Printing Co., 107 Monrno«t|
ir'i store and Jerry Davis Bingham ate
virtue of an order of the Court or hereinafter set forth to the contrary, scribed.
,
• •
and blue jerkin dress, nice M. Skirt, nlze street. Red Bank, phone 3984.
nue. and Thomas Keany, 35 Allen street] his business at Irvington, following a leave at home he will go to ths of Chancery uf New Jersey, made on the no building or structure other than garCheap. CaJI Atlantic Jligblnnds
Seized as the property of Oliver A. 26.
of the date hereof, in a certain cause den apartmenti and such buildings or
FOR
SALE—About 1,000 Intereatinl
The Women's Society for Christ a weeks illness at his home here. U. S. Nav%l School of Photography day
Porter and Ella J. Porter, husband and 56.1-M.
structures
an
arc
permitted
in
an
A
reswherein
Jerome
(!.
Abbott
is
petitioner,
household Items; lamps, ehalrs, dlshei
ian Service of Goodwill Methodist Joseph Herman haa returned at Pensacola. Leo Is a graduate o; and you, JeaKie Mny Abbott, nre defend- idence rone, together with tuch accei- wife, pt His., taken In execution at the FINAL CLEARANCE. Onion seta. 10 antiques,
mantle and grandfather's clock!
ohurch met laat Thursday at the from visiting relatives at New York Long Branch high school and \va ant, you are required to appear and plead, nory use customarily incidental thereto suit of William Berry and to be sold by
cents pound, a saving of 30 on every anil other articles*. Selling everything
MORRIS J. WOODItlNG, Sheriff.
pound, in order to clear*out stocks. All Call anytime, dealers welcome. Peter X
employed at Squler labs at For answer or demur to petitioner's petition as mny be herein elsewhere defined, shall
home of Mrs. Matthew Boman on Btate.
Dated March 23. 1DI3.
fresh firm Woodruff onion »et!<. First -Vpyer, i Vandcrbllt Place, Woodbrldgl
Mrs. Leon Alexander and family Monmouth prior to. going into the on or iH.forc thr 20th day of June, next, be erected, altered or UBed, and nn premBingham avenue, wl,th the presiP&rsons,- Labrecque, Canzona 4k Comb*, come, first nerved. National n A 10. N.
or in default thereof auch decree will be ises in such zonQ ihall be used for any
J.
'
*
dent, Mrs. Thomas Coakley, presld have moved from their home on Navy In 1942. He was stationed tnkrn
Prown'n. Phono Red Bank 2680.*
ngHlint ynu as ths Chancellor other purpose, provided, howevrr, that Sol'rs.
WALKER and play pen,
ing. Devotions were led by Mm, Glenmary avenue to the Newmlcr in Iceland one year before going to shall think ixiuilablc and just.
prior to the issuance of any certificate ot
(S3 lines)
"35-4
122.28
PH1LCO RADIO with t i n k e r , out of BABY
tically
new.
each
article
$&.
1
house
on
Monmouth
avenue.
occupancy
or
building
permit
for
any
the Pacific aren.
W. Winfield West, who stressed the
Sttidebaker
T*ie object of eajri suit Is to obtain
a k r rar, $10. Call eveMnas, 3R P. O. Box 701, Red Bank, V. J.«
any Anal plann and
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Patterson, The sottball teams of the Pieaby- a decree of divorce dissolving the mar- garden apartment*,
tl
Pl
RIirf
H
ih
Rd
State.«lr
Place,
"Sanctity of the Christian Home."
Heights,
Red
therefor shall be first sub- Monmouth County Surrogate's Office. Bank."
SNIPE CLASS aall boat, IS fest.
Mrs. Patfl Holloway gave a repor' who have been living In East terian and Methodist churches wil riage between you and the said petitioner flpeclflcations
In
the
matter
of
the
estate
of
Bertram
mitted to «nd approved by a majority
Inchea,,
Marconi rig.
Call
Dated:
April
10,
1345.
A
FEW
sample
monuments
available
now
op the recent age social. A spa- Orange the last two years, will re- clash Saturday at 2:30 p. m. on the
of the members of the Board of Adjust- B. Llnde, deceased. Notice lo Creditors
Quinn * Doremui,
•Ho prospective buyers for early Betting. Branch 161.*
ment, the members of which are hereby to Present Claims Against Estate.
ghetti supper will be held June 21 turn hero to live.
-school grounds In-the first schedSolicitors of Petitioner^
Write
nt
once.
Monument*,
P.
0.
Box
TAKE
NOTICE.
Just
received
. ...i
tflyen the power and authority to deterPursuant to the order of Dormnn McIn the church basement. Each The Elsie Klttlltz- chapter af the uled, game of the season.
JfcP. 0. Address, Red Bank, K. J mine whether or not such proposed con- Faddfn, Surrogate of the County of Mon- 4J6, Red Bank, N, J.'
shipment of oil-beaters; also oil bnrt
nember—has—been requested to World Wide gulJWef the Baptist Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Adorns
struction, occupation or use applied for mouth, made on tho Nineteenth day of PIANO. $35. Also girl's navy wool and ers for coal stoves. Samuel Swartz, T
Monmouth Cqtiaty Surrogated Office.
In connection with garden apartments April, 1945, on the application of Lucius
waterproof red reversible 3-plece anow Bank, Phone 1887.* •_
bring a donation to the society's churcn rri"e:t~Tuecid'ay-at—the—home
P. Wasaerman and Samuel Waesermnn, . suit and.navy spring cOAt, size 12, pre. 13 VOLUMES Shakespearean
.....
treasury at the June i meeting In of Mrs. Anita Pease at Middle- urdny at Monmouth Memorial hos- W. Emmons, deceased. Notice to -credT will be In conformity wit1
ImteePtoTET-ofthe—csWe-of—Bertram—EH'
—"'
' 'uachia Spring coat, slzo
,,nilfllilJEA-fl
.bound in brown morocco, illuatratef
trary to the general purposes reeltea In Linde, deceased, notice la hereby given 14.-Red Bank
itors lo present claims against estate.
place of holding a social function. town. A spaghetti dinner was pital.
Pursuant In the order of Dorman Me- the first pnragraph of section 2 of this to the creditors of said deceased to ex- OASH REGISTER, In Rood condition,
The meeting will be held at the served. Miss Jane Soarch conduc- Mrs. Catherine West, newly elect- Faddln,
-.. w. . . U I , rink roller skates, blac|
Surrogalc of the County of Mon- ordinance
hibit to the subscribe™ Executors, as
aho butcher's weighing ncnle. Porcehoes, size 8, Call Red Bank t
home of Mrs. Lillian Akers on Sec- ted a program on American Indians ee! worthy matron of Entontown mouth, mndp on the Thirtieth day of
4. The Bchcdule entitled "Schedule aforesaid, their ilebti nnd demands
lain top table ant! font* chairs at the CABIN SEA SKIFF, about 25-foot.
Miss
Betty
Wakcflcld
was
In
chargi!
Limiting
Height
and
Bulk
of
Buildings"
chapter,
Order
of
Eastern
Star,
April,
lPtr>,
on
the
application
of
Howagainst
the
enld
estate,
under
oath,
nlthond street, Refreshments were
annexe.] to niul made n part nf the Ruilri- in six r months from tho dale of the Furniture Center, 29 East Front street,
ard
S.
IUirk|ln*oii.
linn
of
the
executors
ordevotion*.
rauel's,
foot of Washington Itr
presided
at
tier
first
meeting
Tucs
served by Mrs, Boman,
thr i>M,Ho nl Sntlis W, Emmons, de- InK /,one Ordinance is hrrcby amended aforesaid order, or they will lie forever lied Bank. Phone 1647.
Itumnon,
Mr*. Keith Otto has returned day night. Clarence Rnnck Is woi of
Mrs. Ira Emory is a surgical paceased, notice la hereby Kiven to the and supplemented on as lo rirnvinV for bnrred.nf their actions therefore against SUITSi DRESSES, sizes. 10-14 expensive HE I), WITH Simmons mattress, „
from
San
Antonio,
TOXBJS,
where
mukM, hats, pockctbooka of good
thy patron. The various committees creditor* of Kaid drceased to exhibit to a P resilience Zone havintr the following thr said subscribers,
,
tient In Hazard hospital.
.vanity and chiffonier and deak
leather; men'a nuits, size 3K-40; pre-war
tho cunserilier on c of the executors as requirements:
Miss Sylvia Buyes of Church aho hue been visiting her husband. were appointed.
Dated: Freehold, N, J., April 19th, ahoei, E>6',i. Never used electric Schlck hincd;' good condition. Phone Atlantl
aforesaid, I hpir itrbta a'nil demands ^Maximum Height
Mv«.
Beatrice
AllU
of
Bronx,
New
r.Ui.
street Is visiting her aunt, Mrtv
A VE-Day service was held Tucs against the laid estate, under oath, withrazor: |ilay clothes. Call Red Bank 1237.' HigHlands 700.
York, and Mrs. Annn napuzzl of dny niRht In the Methodist church in six montlis front the date of the aforeLucius P. Wasserman,
2' atcrins (not Including basement)
SUDAN CRUISER, nil mnhogany, chrome TWO PAIRS Florahelm oxfordi, 7 « . J
James Seannelll of East Orange.
285 Central Pnrk Went,
3S feet
trim, 20 feet long, 7 feet beam, 103
anil 7',1-B. Practically new. Call Ral
order, tlr thry will ha forever barrm!
, James Clossey of' Jersey City Brooklyn are'visiting Mr. and Mrs. ncv.» Pruil G. Jochlnko, pastor, jfinld thrlr
New
York,
N.
Y.
Minimum
alie
of
Plot
„
horflopoivor, (Jrny Phantom marine en- Hank 27B-W.*
nUidiis
thrrr-fure
against
the
upcnt the week-end visiting his par- Richard Curry.
brought the message and there was said subscriber.
Samuel Wassermnn,
Arrn 4ii,00O sq. feet
cine; "built In 1041. Urcil three times, ORIU, HOOKING DUCK, and trimun
Mrs.
.Donitld
Dichl
hue
returned
115 Central I'ark Welt, 1042 trailer and cradle for boat Included.
Width 15(1 feet.
ents on Lafayette street.
special music. A gift of flowers wns
chslr, $20. 117 Monmouth Hotd, Wes]
Dated, Freehold. N. J., April 30, 1815.
Now York, N. Y.
Families pi..r Bunding—4
Bout like new. Phone Eatontown 204 Long Branch, N. J «
PFC Harold Shochan ls,hom« on after npcndlnR three months with taken to tho home of Mrs. Ada
Howard S, Hlgglnson,
Bernard A. Green, Esq.,
£-,'
Front Yards
IP
after 5 p. m.
frlcndn
in
Pennsylvania
and
Vir'
Blvcr
Lawn,
i
B, Nnfew nnd daughter, Mrs, A. C,
leave from Camp Lcjeune, North
BIGHT ACRES standing heavy s u n d a |
Minimum dewh—same as A and B
2S Journal Square,
ginia.
Fair Haven, N. J,
SMALI, ICH BOX, 2J-pound capacity.
falfa. Phone Eatontcwn 240-M,
Moaby, for Mrs. Nafew, who has Howard S.. Hiairllison,
Jersey City 0. N. J,
Carolina.
residence /ones
Esq.,
Cnll 25 Riverside avenue, Rod Bank.
tween 18 and 1,«
Mr. and Mrs. William Lynch of boon ill.
Proctor,
Maximum
dipth—none
required
Leslie Brighton, son of Mr. and
Red Ilnnk, K J.
'
VENETIAN HLINDS. We re-tape- them TYPEWRITER, No. 5, portable, Bemlni
Brooklyn
have
rented
the
Edith
Mnxlmuin DuilllitiK Area—25%
Mrs. Oliver Brighton of Black Point
Mrs. Fred Wolf has rocoivod word
and re-cord them;; alsoo carry
c r y tho
tho parts
Manilntory open spnceH *
Monmouth County Surrogate*! Office.
ton Rnnd. Write, "Typewriter," ""
of bllnri
bllnrii,, ych
toad, has been home on leave from Bannett cottage'for Iho summer. from her son, Fred, Jr., that h
y h ns
ns hnrdware,
h d
tapes
t
nnd
d t n , Red Bank, N. J.
tap
Kront ynrtla required.
In tho mntter of the estate of Mary of
Notice »l Settlement ol Account.
Mrs.
Fred
W.
Meyer
wnn
hostess
lll
uup thonv
th
hhh
bUM
conh.h llrlchten
tnhnhhy
bUuiM
Minimum ilUtnncv from any struc- Gcrnldlnu Reed Millet, Deceased, Notic
duty In the. Navy.
in
now
in
action
In
the
Phlllpplnos,
Ratals,
ul
Ituilolt
A.
Erbsloh.
deceased.
I'KEVOKE
AUTOMATIC electrlo (A. v,.
parly held
nl. llifs .card and
ture to lie lr> feot from nearest to creditors
dit
t claims
i
to
against with fnnh tapes uiid cord. National T>
PFC. Molly Bcrnlor of the WAC Tuestlny
sli- broiler, practically new, $1%
Mis. Anna Kuoglor of .South Nullcn l> hrr'by tlvon lliali the accounts
&. ID. I*rown'a, Phonnned Hank 2(180,* twofullelectric
property line.
by the I.IKIICH' auxiliary
of
ili
(D. c.) fani. Mrg, MoOlnl
nf
Hie
sulHiTilnr.
suhe*Jtutlonary
ailmln1
was home over the week-end from the BifVpnt Pnrk and aWonnido
5, Any parts, paragraphs <ir sections
Pur*unnt to the oi'dcr nf Udimnn Mo(IIT tired has returned homo from IHrallx with will nnnnxfd of the tstata
furniture fur *al«.
Anderson 120 flay avenue, Illihlanda, N, J. Phorf
Fort'Meade, Maryllind.
Monmouth
Memorial
hospital, ol mini dnrmsMl will be audited and of ordlnnncei contrary In nr conflicting Faddln, Surrotftito of the'County of MonBros., Inc. 200 Monmouth street, Rul 1H1!2,«
.
company,
mouth, made on tho Third <|ny of Mny,
, William Hlntclm&nn, Sr,, la up Mr* Nicholas KflJMf fntertnlned where she has been a medical pa sinteil by t)ic SurrOKate of the County of herewith am hereby rppnaled.
B., This nrrilnnncn shalll take
upnn 1045, on t,hc nppllcathm of Latham Uul- nUNTINO PKESS, 5x7 chant, type, If YOUR G. E, monitor type rsfrlgenul
ake rffect
re
Rnd about again and,making excel- mernn.eis
lont.
Monmcitnh
'and
reported
for
'atttsment
la
worn
out,
ttke It to Mldilletown r l
It. , - • • " - — - - • - - "
• ' nton Reed, sole executor of the Will nf
a( her P i n o * * club at
trnys, quoins, composing stick, Print frlgeratnr for a replacement with a fal
Court nf said County. lav, publication And p/tninge ncrorrUnjr tp Mary C.rrnlillnc Herd Millor. dcccnud,
lent pg
progress following his recent Her hbrne'inM
Mrs. Cicnovlevc Coit and Mrs In Iho Oi jhiins'
night
ynur nivn cards tnvclopi's. letter hrad.i» tory rebuilt unit, Guaranteed for oif
seventh day
day of
of JJunc ;
mi ••] hllr.(l y, ihr- srventh
which
HUposi'n
of
nit
properly
outside
ld
PUBLIC
NOTICE.
e t c Cnll after t p, m. alien, U East year. Call Mlddletown 190.
iccldenU
The rtnmlilom .elnt) Wit hold n Henry Polhomua of Freehold «pon A, ii., r.i
10:011 o'clock a. m.
The foregoing ordinance wns Intro- thr. HepUlillc of Kmnt?<>, iwlko IK ht-rchy
'<•, Allamlt, Hlghlnrills^
Mr, and Mrs, CJuoiue Wai-nick, luncheon meeting today »t the Tuesday In town. Mr«. Cort visited which llm
|illci\Uvii will lie made fo duced antl passed lint roaillng at a reg- Kiven to tlm crcilllom uf «nlri dec on tied
AIR coMrnEsson, co.mpicto with tail
COACH
llAllY carriage'*excellent conher aunt, Mrs. Carrie Bohlck ""' thn nllfM
of I'ommlsslona and coui
esidents, havo returned to homo of Mrs. Jessie Wakefleld.
to
exhibit
to
the
subscriber
uolc
execuular meeting ot the Mnyor and Council
anil motor, aultiiblo 'fbr garagi, 111
dltlon, |ni|Ulrc Mrs. C. Allen, Concord blacksmith'. Vnvll,
H i feel.
tor ns aforeiald, tholr dcbU and demand ii
of
the
DorouKh
of
lied
llank
hold-on
May
and blaoksmlthl
^ J C * M 6 c l t i i n a
i
Bgnlnit tho en Id outnte. Under unth, with' avonue and Viola avenue, Leonardo, lorgo, IBS, Alfred Hsnneeiej, Jet
tion here,
^ r
Ml«s Patricia Ockerson of Jcrsoy Mrs. Delia WatklM- . . .
N.
J.«
p rn "r »f lf do rr fot thhf Tt hB itate^ofcr
tafc
h
Hut'li Krbifoh flulden,
•
Iilflritioti
«nd
pawnee
«TTf
rvgtiaTTNledt
avenue,
Union
Beach.
N. J,
p
lh»r
Jomei *8tulfa, Jr, Andrew Jon- City, spent the we'ok-ond with Mr, A rogul»r meeting; of tho mayoi
Ktimaun Koail, Ilumaon, N, J, fng of inld aovornlns body to bo held on nforeinl(.~ord,or, or they will be forever 'gAff
c;^ahfouf^firerw.^cir
Ktilistltullonriry administratrix Monday, May 21st, 1945, nt fiiSO V. M., bnrmtl of tholr netlons thcroforo ngolnst
Dings and James Shay, Jr., arc icr- nnd Mr*. George WagniTi
nd council w»l be held tomorrow
covered
with
rid
asphalt .
.
$]0.
Mn;
0.
Allen,
OonaordI
»viwith will anncxoil.
at thfl Council GhnmbeTi In the Rtirough ttio inld duhfiortbar.
vlng as temporary mull carriers in A farewell party «•'«« given for
nut and Viola nyonue, Ijconnrdo. N. J.* never useO, »7,B0! »o.»a|ion bjrrel L-.
I.uni, I'nli if L
nl h
Hull, Monmouth Btrnat, lied Hunk, New
Dntod, J'roehol.l, N. J., Mny 3rd, 1045. BTUIMO COUCH with three plllowii
.
well
mads,
never
usoil,
$21 four Vho borough,
A
runnn«go
aalo
was
hold
ye.lor
W
l
li
hi,
Hemy Km I flundiiy m Qalp'n tavJersey, nt which time and place nil perLathnm Knlnton Hntd,
clilnti clnH't; onk side board, nepmto hoMos, nlso wtill mads, 170 cants «•(
Cpl. Harold A. Hhay has returned ern, Jk' him Joined I he Army.
day by the Mothodl.t W, S .0. S. In nor, ilium Slri'H,
Inn Omco Trull,
nous d^nlring to b» hoitrd thereon will be
mlrron oak library tnbloi electric table long library (able leal bargain, III I
Newark !. N. J,
I'fllm llcnch, Florida,
the Army Air Force redlatrthu- Mn. Henry I* Cunovn' ,o( Hod he Battl »loro,
given full opportunity, .
Inmpni ornnmcnU, vmoi, .fcney K1«IR, valld'i adjustable litdsnle tnlile, $ i |
Datfd: Mny 7. KHA.
d8,
( ( g / B
bhif willow wnrir dlshm, lold s e
ecnter at Atlantic City follow- unk »pok« on 'Chirm >it
large porch rocker, IJ.BOi Ave
AMY K. 8HINN,
Bed
Bnnkt
Now
Jor«cy,
Apply at ,72 Femborton aveniii,
hand garden cultivator, $1. "Ma
• furlou|lt M bom* ,i>*r«< InIntel; l*# Atttwk—Bui M'M Uondil Dachtivi
W»r BondiJ
^ l (l
BELL TELEPHONE
LABORATORIES,
INC.
Don't
Let
Overweight
Worry
You
v telephone
RED BANK. 5 1 5
JOHNS
Fair Haven
Leonardo
Install Poling As
Keyport Fire Chief
Eatontpym
Rumson
i
rflX1.J'afVatrJ*t"*i'^'"aT1T"affcai#II%^'
**m-Jfc »*"*. n-'-u....
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- -
Page Fifteen,
RED BANK REGISTER, MAY 10. 1945
FOR SALE
FOR SALE
BUSINESS NOTICES
ROOMS FOR RENT
HELP WANTED
APARTMENTS
PRACTICAL NURSE wanted at once. ONE. TWO, THREE and four-room modern apartment!, furnished or anfurCall Red Bank t8-W.'
niihed. All utilities, Including garages.
HOUSEWORKER, experienced, excellent Beat location in Atlantic Highland!. Each
pay, good home, own room if deeired. apartment with bath and shower. ImReference required. Call Duvid Kaplan mediate occupancy, phone B . Hauler, AtRed Bank 1105.*
lantic Highlands. 901.
CHAMBERMAID - WAITRESS.
exper.
FURNISHED
combination
bed-Iivinc
lineed, white, good wages, four In fem.
room and kitcheni on . aecond floor.
lly. on bus Una In Shrewsbury. Phone Buelness couple preferred, 21 Hudson
Batontown 1M.*
avenue. Red Bank, N, J. Phone Red
OHAMBERHAID - WAITRESS.
._ _ exper- Bunjt 1491-W.
Other
kept.
icocg neceseary,
t h e r hhelp
e l p k<
ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS. Thjee roome
ft
Phone Eatontown 3 0»
and kitchenette, suitable for coople,
L A U N D R E S S to do work at home, cai: hot and cold water, gas, electric furnisheii. Third floor, shower stall, bea.utlEatantown 190.
COUNTERMAN, nlfht work. Apply 210 ful view, nice neighborhood. 12 Prospect
avenue. Phone Atlantic Highland's SI2.
Main street. Keaneburg. N.' J.
MAN TO B E - L nationally known house FOUR ROOMS and bath. IJ5 per'month!
' Insulation, lsada furnished, part time,
Call Sea Bright 46.
liberal commlaaion paid. Apply J. H. i-URNUHED APARTMENT, three rooms
Mmirt _ Co.. »» Broad atreet. Red Bunk.
and beth. Phone Long Branch >28«-M.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
KEAN8BURO—House, _ r e rooms and
P__YBH PIANO, In perfoit eondlUop.it TYPBWRITE-S, adding _ _ c h - e e a s / CASH REGISTER and (heck writer, very ROOM FOR COUPLE, with complete
bath, all improvement!, with a fronthousekeeping, electric Frlgldalre, IS
reasonable. The Furniture Canter, 2i'
offlu
equipment, aew and aMd,
SWarts's Auction Room. Highway « •
age of 214 feet ar»d over 1M feet deep;
and
up.
63
Morford
place,
Red
Bank,
East Front street, Red Bank, N, J. Phone
Bought,
told
and
repaired.
Berplooi.
Phop«\K«d
Banlt
lilt.
also
an outbuilding 10x80 feet. Price
IU Us--*—, _ra* * «* t
^ ^
___—_M^a^
near Bendix and Eisner's. Phone Red
1647."
l o t Monmouth ittitt, Bad Bank
18,000.
M% eaah. Balance monthly
Bank H74-R.
WHITE FACE Cheviot sheep, yeanln*
AUTO
AND
TRUCK
loam,
over
$800
payments
like rent. Randolph Jacobser.,
SURGE
MILKING
machine,
oompleta
rami, registered itock. Twelve ewes
rams,
only.
Private car aalea financed any LARGE FRONT furnished room, lecond
UY. sill or rent all types of'
ofre
real .Matee
State Highway If, Port Monmooth,.N. BUY.
with o n . unit, u I am
am dlicontlnuing
for breeding. Phor.. Freehold » . U amount. Seacoast Finance Co., eo Broad
floor, running water. Apply 164 Broad
through Constance Smith Ag
A l eV
V 14
J.' Phone Keansbnrg g.
my
d
dairy,
i
Cell
l
H
HoinSdel
S
d
l
7704
04
after
ft
t
t
p
p.
-20-FOO1 SKIFF Hi
street. Red Bank phone 1484.
itreet, Red Bank, N. 1. Woman's Club.
l l t
m.
PORT MONMOUTH-rFive-room • bong*,
; ; F t l t H
dltlon; loci for
p
PLEASANT DOUBLE room, with kitchen
low,
all
improvements;
comer
lot,
WE PAX hlfheit prlcei for four poul•Pars, 65-pound anchor,
Fbcns
6 A(
privilege., . near
all transportation.
i ? E 3 o f ground on the north side
50x100; three block* from railroad statrr.
Write or phone Long Branch
Bank ! 8 2 l .
Phone Red Bank 2686-J.
.
AUTOMOBILES
°f Main road It Uieroft; also a lot
tion, two blocks * r °m boa. Price l««00..
1500. 89 North Broadway. Long Branch.
WE CABBY
BY a large stock, of inlaid_Un_U
40x175
on the north side of Bghih avl.
ONE SINGLE bedroom, all improveRandolph Jacobean, State Highway I t ,
d
l u m floor eovirlnga ZwlcklS U » i Poultry Market.
MAUKICIS SCHWARTZ, Chryalar, Plycue at Neptune. Price of lot 1500 cask.
oleum tnd congoleum floor
ment*, near bus line. Bray, Newman
Port Monmouth. Phone Kea—shursl 8.
estl- LIVE STOCIO-Herd of freshh goats,
g t , ggood
mouth and International truck sales Sprints road. Red Bank, N. J.«
Jennie C. Uyton, Uncroft, N J. ^ ^
and rugi,i, expirt
»-».— . linoleum . layen,
ddl
bne
Samuel
m i l k e , and young
milkers,
y g
MIDDLETOWN—Orer 21 »cr»a- with bePhone Red
addle bone, and eervlc* beergusrtirs.
t
furnished, popular
priees.
&
•
„
'
males
xarmsneu,
i»wi..-.-. "••
—„ . n _i, air
S a t o , P.
P.O. Bank 787.
ROOM WITH kitchen privileges, exceli pedigreed
d i d anlmala.
l l
"
" Dl.
D Santo
tween 800 and 900 apple trees, all
Bwartl, 14 West Front atreet. Bed Bank. Box
SEAL ESTATE and insurance. Paul'
lent neighborhood, one block from bus.
B
111,
111 New
N
Monmooth,
M t h N.
N JJ. Telegood
tellers, 20 01, English Codling, WilUSED CABS' bought, sold, and ex- Phone Red Bank 8J9-R^
Phone 1887 "
.
phone evenings. Mlddlotown 261.
liam
Reds
and
Staymen
WlnecaP.
Will
R.
Stryksr,
speclalllng
In
farms.
.
changed. Pontlac sales and service;
BTEAM BOILER ana Ray Oil tame.
also divide Into five-acre plots, with
country homes and estates. State
(Rlcbirdion * B°ynt°n) 47J-A, 42 SMALL OFFICE DESK, reaeonable. Call terms. 0. M. A. O. Baaaaa Brother!, SINGLE AND DOUBLE rooma, near busabout 20a trees on each plot Swill lo18-21 Mechanic street, phone t o l l .
iness center on bus line to Fort HonRumaon til.*
•
Highway No. 14, Holmdil, phone
lichel, 7 section. 1,100 feet steam bollcation for your M > t t n i ; near Bad
moulh.
12
Branch
avenue,
Red
Bank,
N.
IP
YOU
with
to
sell
your
automobile
er. Complitt, good condtlon. One Ray
Holmdel 6 ( 0 1 .
'
Bank, Price for 21 acres flfl.000. Ranbring It to ua. Wa pay -eaeh for aer- J. Phone 9815-11.•
oil turner up to IB gallon! Per hour.
dolph Jacobsen, State Highway 1«, Port
BUSINESS NOTICES
vlceable cant 1V8S to 1141 modeli. LIVING ROOM, bedroom, breakfast prlv»2«0 cash. Call Bed Bank 110, between
Monmouth,->
Phone
Keansbnrg
8V
Twin
two-family
hou
ven
roomi,
m
Mount-English Co.. Red Bank.
ilagei, tile bath with shower, In high
DISHWASHER. Apply at Colonial
9 a. m. and 4 P. each every improvement. This property
CLIPPERS SHARPENED, horse, barber TOP PRICES paid for all make! of good class privatu home, 116 up weekly, deKEAN3BUEG—Five-room bungalow, all
REAL ESTATE FOR RENT
Restaurant, • Broad street. Red
jmprovemente, near bus 'sdop and aall- can be purchased with small down pay.
uied cars. McKlm-Layton Chevrolet pending on room selected. No other roomGOLDFISH—Pool acclimated, not In.,, and .beep. All kinds,at the Village
Blackamlth ihop. Everett, N. J. B. A. Co., 28 Mechanic atreet, pbom Rid Bank ers.
Bank.
100 Broad street, Eatontown, N.
road station. Price $8,500, Randolph. ment, balance Hks rsnt, whlcb the extra
ROADSTAND,
around
the
corner
from
tenant will pay. Why not Investigate thie
running wat«r; pool planti, Agent
Kicker. Phone R«d Bank 791-J-l.
}.
Phone 315.
3180.
CoU's. Neck Inn on Higbwsy 84. Phone Jacobseu, State Highway It, Port Mon- unusal bargain by calling Hauser, AtOIRL FOB LIGHT housekeeping for four
for William Trleker. Open dally and
mouth. Phone Keansburg; t.
FxTERMBiATORS of any type ol InRej Bank 170.
ROOM8 FOR RENT. Call Matawan 840.
lantlo Highland. 981.
room apartment and eooktog; also to
sects, such as bed bugs, roachei, FRANK VAN SYCKLE. I t Weai Front
Sundiy'i until • p. m." Closed WedSHREWSBURY—English
•
architecture,
rs for tor of I. Write "UgbtHouse^ BENT
street, formerly Qulnn's Garage. Re- LARGE FRONT bedroom, modern, eon. ears
hom
NT PAYERS cen be home
owners.
LONG BRANCH—Modern eight-room
iders, etc. Writs to Bo* 21, Highlands,
.
large
living
room,
fireplace,
dining
e
owners.
naaday.
Helen " MlUer, -Aquerht,
leplng." Bo» »!•!. R«d Bank, N. J . '
pairs to all makes. Bear wheel aligning
venleacee for one or two. Price realWh psy rent and
d at the end have room, maid's room, bath, three twin bedWhy
boufi. i o u bedrooms, two baths,* hot
is"
•s _ ^ y a»a_ 9
^~ ^ _ ^ _ • _ — ^ » ^ ^ * ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ~ ^ ^ ^ ^
and frame straightening service. Dodge onable, Call between 1 and 5 p. m., kieplng,
Highway 16, w a r Xtaniburg Gateonly paper receipts. Mj rent like low
air heaK oil burner, air conditioned; open
PAINTING By day or contract; paper and Plymouth dealer.
5
Red Bank HZ4-M.
.,..
•"' _XP_RT BEAUTICIAN, geod lalary, cost monthly payments make It poeilble rooms, two master baths, solarium, hot firaplaee. ground 75x100, two-ear garage.
way. Phono tllddletown 286-J.
steady position for right party. Ro.
water heat; garage; attractive grounds.
hanging; estimates given. Herman
to own your own home. Profit by calling
Thornsen, 8. F.. D., Box 42, Atlantlo CAR SALES.financed. 1817-1941 modeli. VERY LARGE BEDROOM with private chllle'a Beauty Salon, 1« Mechanic Harry Hauser, Atlantic Highlands 981. Price 116,500. Immediate possenlon. W. excellent neighborhood, two blocks from
entrance, mar bath, at bus stop. Bas- street. Bed Bank. Phone Bed Bank 3665.
A. Hopping Agency. Phone Red Sank railroad station and beach, will sell fur.
up t o 16 month, to pay. Seaeoaat
BROODER STOVE, with aJtoroatle ol
Highlands. N. J,
1
inets
gentleman.
842
Broad
street,
Red
ished or unfurnished and give oc.
397.*
Finance Co., 60 Broad atreet, Rid Bank,
WAITRESS, at once.
Apply Strand
burner. Call Bod Bank 13U-M-1.
Bank. N, J.
f ARMERS— BOO Buahela of corn for sale. phone 1284. >^
eupancy within 10 days. B. G. C o t s
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY, store,
Restaurant, »4 Broad street. Red Bank.
Call
COLONIAL HpME in Colonial Terrace. agency,'4»0 Bath avenue. Long Branch.
' FARMERS—800 bushels of cornPhone Red Bank 1318-M-l,
FURNISHED
doublo
room
In
residential
with show caaei.
Apply Racltl,
Phone S841
'Little Silver. Living' room, fireplace,
Bed Bank 131B-M-1.
WILKINS' SERVICE
station, Broad
section, near station. Phone 2881-W.' HAN—White or colored, for greenhouse
dining room, modern kitchen, three bedJewelers, Phone Red Bank 716.
street. Red Bank. Complete service
DON'T GET UP tired and cranky. Come ESTABLISHED 1H4. Mattresaes—Box.
EVERYBODY IS thinking of buildwork, experience helpful, but not necrooms, tile bathroom, shower, steam hoar
to Swartt'e Auction Rooma and get aprlnes, any site, shspe or style remide, facilities: used tires, vulcanising, used
ing and a lot of forward looking
essary. Call Rutnaon »?4.
.
Houses ana store, for rent R. V. B. with oil, rock wool inauiatlon, attached
: TOuraoll a new Inner iprlng mattress. reeovered and aterlliaed equal to new. cars bought and aold. Phone Red B*nk
SITUATIONS
WANTED
naragc.
W.
A.
Hopping
Agency.
Phone
of an. 40. Ask for Jim. Open 8 A. M. to 9
people are punhailng building sites.
SUPBRVl-ING-MBCHAlfta
tajke *«H
H. Stout. J_wli building, 77.79 Broad
Swarts's Auction Rooms, Hlgowey «»• Upholsterers—Cabln.t-mekars
Red ""Bank as7.*
tlque,
carved
or
artistic
furniture,
restreet
(over
Nswbtrry
itore).
V.
M.,
except
Sunday,
10
A.
M,
to
5
P.
charge
of
lervlee
department.
Good
fuPhone Red Bank 8213.
A lot of others will wait until all the i
FARM MANAGER wishes poeitlon. _5~
paired, reupholstend, recovered, polished.
perleneed.
Write. "Farm Manager," ture for right man. Phone Red Bsnk If YOU are locking for bargains, see P. WE HAVE ONE of the best located lots
BABY CHICKS. Rhode Island Red" and Bedding and furniture made from your M.
_ood locations are gone and then J
4tJ or apply. In person to T. C. Qtte. - r. Kennedy, List your houiea for sale
In Middldown Village. This lot is apsingle «omb White Leghorn!. Hatchei speclflcatlons. John Davles. 326 Bay avc. 1935 PONTIAC trunk sedan, good con- Box 511, Red Bank.*
they'll par twlee u much for an inPaokard Authorised Service, Harding or rent. I have many prospects. P F. proximately \ ol an acre In site, at a.
ivery Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday. hue, Hlghlande. Phone Highlands 1322.
dition. 1175, Robert Sckoll, Tiensch JH1OH SCHOOL girl desirea work after road at Broad street.
bargain,
We
aleo
offer
choice
building
Kennedy,
21
Peters
place.
Red
Bank
454.
ferior location}:, That's the difference
Prices I «lo psr 10«; lots of 50, IS:| lot. Phone service from 8 to 1. Delivery avenue, Leonardo.* •
>
school as mother's helper. I t LeighIon in the Red Bank area. Kenneth L.
of 24, (4.50. Orders should be placed anywhere.
SITUATED
AMONG
lovely
homes,
large
between tbk Smart Guy and the
Walker, real eeteU and Insurance,
OLBRK^We have* an opening for a.
1996 FORD OeLuxc coach, with trunk. ton avenue, Red Bank. N. J.»
In advance. WIHgerodt Bros., Newman
grounds, nine-room house, two bsthl, Shrewsbury, N. J. Phone Bed Bank 277JI
dumb one. Yon know that buildSarlnas Road. Phone Bed Bank »574-M. EXPERT CARPET Lying, repairing,
Motor
reconditioned, new clutch, NEAT COLORED woman wishes poeitlon
two-car garane.'Leaie 1125 monthly un- or Middletown 587-M.
man
or
a
woman,
one
who
Is
ac.
^
Phone
ing will be permitted shortly. Know.
fringing, binding and renovating. Percy brake., carburettor, generator. King ai cook. Sllep In. references.
!
curate and rapid at figures and fa- furnished. Immediate possession, Allaire
CHlCbt
t'EEO. ^ t h e right "Start It*
In
Red
Bank
(02-J.«
.
.
Oray, 45 Waverly place Red, Benk, N. pins, radio, htater;- tirea good. $326,
_ Son Agency - Realtor!, 19 Monmouth LITTLE SILVER bargains, six rooms, ail
ln_ that, why don't 70a ( e t your l o . }
Iifs" is everything. Our flatter and
mlllar with simple office routine. ApPhone Red Bank 3,77.'
• DENTAL ASSISTANT, office nurie or reatreet, Red Bank. Phone 3450.
improvements, garage, 15.500; six
J. Phona Red Bank 802.
cation now while the price* are low. ^
chick grain doe. the trick. Hence *
cepttonlctr'-~with-- experience. Phone
ply Beiboard Ice Company, :T North
FURNISIJBD BUNGALOW, for summer rooms, all improvements, f,3,500. ConROOFING ESTIMATES cheerfully given, 1933 HUPMOBII «E six, ildan, repainted.
Davis. Phons I0». .
We still have acme rood location! ( i
Keyport 189J-W.
•
Bridge avenui. Red Bank.
seasoi only, available Ma; u t h . No stance'Smith; 14' _faVR'aVi'h'Uer Fair Ha8126. Phone/9 ad Bank 2S19.*
wood or composition. Inqulr. -Robert
tNTERWATiONAL combine, sl«-foot ;ut,
ven.
Phone
Red
Bank
2308.
left
at pre-war prices, but beginning j
children preferred, Located-near Five
trst-clasa
condition.
Broadmeadow Sell 0 / 0 Blaiedell'a Xumber Co., RedMODEL A Ford sedan, 1981, nrst-clus SALESMAN, with progreselve organizaJune 1. all prices will be Increased |
tion, salary and commission, Have card
Comers. Mlddletown. Call evenings al- EIGHT-ROOM HOUSE and store, located
Farm, Jlc* Bank. Phone Bed Bank Bank, N. 1.
condition. Motor recently overhauled. proven ability, Write. "Salesman," Box
ter 7 p. m., Middletown 370-M.*
on Shrewsbury avenue, Red Bank, all
REFRIGERATOR engineer, with or
• I t least t0%. Ton don't need all j
1645-J,
WANTED—Mason work, plastering, ce,- Price 118*. Call Red Bank 1598-W.'
511, Red Bank. N. J . « _
•
SIX LOVELY rooms, oak floors, sun improvements. This Is a good income,
without lleenra. If you are atudycash, we'll g i n you.plenty of time t » j
ment sind general mason work. Mauro
WE BUY, sell and trade anything from
producing property, * 14,000. Kenneth h.
1939 G M C 2'/i-TON staki body truck,
porch,
tiled
bath,
near
Monmouth
a eommon pin to a battleship. 1 * — •Baaso, U P e F o m i t avenue. Red Bank.
Ing for a Ucinae, we will help you
pay l a monthly Installmsnts. Coma 1
real estate and lnaurance,
Kood condition. Franke'a Service StaBeach; aleo apartment, (81 Patten ave- Walker,
In and'browse. You are most wsl<
WATCH AND CLOCK ,repairing,, pre- tion, corner Broadway and Oceanport
Shrewsbury.
Phone
Red
Bank
277«
or
with practical work. Apply, Seaboard
over and l e e what wa can offer yo« y
nue. Long Branch, N, J.
HELP WANTED
'/ankis Trader, SI W n t Front street.
cision work done by an expert, price avenue, West Long Branch.*
MtddlettSwn 687-M.
Ice Company, 17 North Bridge ave.
' in the way of a nice dwelling siter
Had Bank, phone Red Bank*2i47,
reasonable, t. Rublnacel, Jeweler, 2S6
LITTLE SILVER—Six-room house, large
1934
FORD
COACH,
live
lires.
nuc;
Red
Bank,
.
Some lota, left u low as 1110, O t h .
PAINTS FOR ALL purposea, direct from Third atreet. Fair Haven. Phone Red
WMC Ruling. EaeaBtlal workere
grounds, good location. A. Ackerman.
S125.
Phone Rumion 1094.*
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
"—fwtnry-»t-Teaaonable-prlies, - Ailantlaers up to 11,000. John T. Lawltv, i
,._.jl»ed,.jelsaM_«taUroepUl_r. othw
Phone Red Bank 2085-J.*
Wit
cH_VIU)t-Tr{wo.ddor
coitrr;-nrar
•HOUS_WOR__Rr.»t-tl»iers»la»y-W0"
Paint company, 119 Welt Front Itreit, FOR MORTGAGE loans see R. V. R. B,
essential Joba and i l l B. S. regcod tires, heater, f 215. Within OPA
MONMOUTH—OOUNTYiHolmdel--area;
c
¥
_
K
7
Per week tor six-room apartment.
Red Bank, N. ) . phone » 5 1 - W ,
ferrels for Use essential. Under rsfStout, Lewis building, 77-79 Broad
ceiling. Commuter's Gsrage. 101 OakHighway. Bed Bank, N . J. Phone
tractive colonial bungalow; two bed- colonial ll-room VioUfle. nltuateil on hill
Pleaee. phone Rsd Bank 2472 after 6
uUUons effective July l e t male
CALL Ol to sell your antlquee, china, atreet (oter.Newberry store),
_^
rooms, fireplace, hot water heat, one- "ith a 2E-mlle clew: SO acres of good
410.
workers require U. S, _ . S. referral
bric-a-brac, silvsr, cut glasi. e u . Sea IF YOU HAVE any wood to saw, eal land street, Red Bant. N. J.'
p. m.
farm
land,
30
in
applet);
good
out-builtithird
Of
an
acre;
also
summer
^cottage,
to
all
lobe
lubject
te>
WMC
regijr, PORIJ SEDAN deliverr. Price 122c.
Brkht Thrllt Shoppe, ohone Sea Bright 9.
COUNTER OIRU3, full or part time. 18,500. Charles E, Sweeney, Monmouth InKB, onlj five minutes to station,
Howard Tllton. Rnroion 518-J.
ulation.
'
<>
Phone
Red
Bank
2481,*
•
AN
INVESTMENT, large residence . oa
Meals
furnishtd,
steady
employment,
HORSES and harneea for sale.
school* and -stores: the buy of a lifeLAWN MOWERS sharpened and repairavenue. Phons Rumson 1492."
excellent opportunity. Apply Mr. Gogel,
knoll, 200x200; six bedrooms, tw»
t DODCE SEDAN, 1330, Within OPA
time; $S.-,,000. Kenneth L. Walker, Real
ed.
Garden Implements, scissors1 and
•Bros.. Whkatnnk, pbone Holmdel I l i l .
New
Main
Cafeteria,
Fort
Monmouth,
N.
baths,
three fireplace!; suitable for oon«
BUSINESS
'
OPPORTUNITY.
Duo
to.
ciillng.
Phone
Red
Bank
2091.*
.
'
Estate
and
Insurance
Agency,
ShrewsiSCflMT^NirEn Imperial washable walU _"Uery_s_!_pericd. Keys fitted fcr trunks 1036 MASTBKTreVToHtr-ruirrtsIl—iiaf JEXPZRIgNCID sslwlaay In ladiss'
J- Phone Eatontown 10*0. extension
death In family, must fell at once. bury. N.'.J.- Phone Red Bank 2776 or version. 112.500. Sea C, _ . Plchler, 14«
and vaTlir.
and
valise. "XIT-Tfid'i
X i r - T S a r o r i c l T-repalreoT
srepeoT
paper for every room In your j
store,
good
pay,
ateadj
work,"'
_UojA-|treet,_Phone
Bed Beak 166;«
coupe,
very
good
mechanically,
excel-Middhrto
_nrai«lIeTftrarneirfor2«yBaTri_rrck
railftfk
314.
hb
TSJUM to 110, on tale (or 11.98 perCroas Lockemlth Shop, 155 Shrewsbury lent tireft. radio and heater included.
Klrschbaum's. 2t Broad street, Red
GIRL OR WOMAN for part time house- buildlng. with- store, seven rooms, two MOST UNUSUALLY attractive farm ATTRACTIVE: HOME—Oood loeaUoi,
room l o t OxiantlUe. and patterns1 are avenue. Red Bank^
baths,
oil
burner,
hot
water
heat,
large
Within OFA ceiling price, 1265. John
work,
light
laundry,
no
eooklng
or
Sunnear schools, (our bedroom*, 1 _ boths,
Bank, N. J.
Umited. Klarin'e Paint itore. I I Mon- PAINTER, paper hanger, decorator, 15
type property; steam heat; easy wallc
two-ear ' garage: fountain, luncheonette;
Mayer, R. D. 1. Old Tennent road, Mordays. Call Red Bank »M9.
flreplate. aun porch,- modem' klteheq, oil
mouth street.
yean sxperienee: estimates given for
fishing tackle, novjltles, candy, cigars, irjK dlijonee to bus line, schools and
LIQUID "PLABTIQ" does net lompeje all kinds of jobs. Joseph Hoffman, ( 2 ganville, near Walter Bennett'a garage. EXPERIENCED tree trimmer! wanted at MAN—One who will make hlmaelf gen- newspapers, magaxlnei, and general mer- river. Many line shrubs: over sere land. burner, Plot 65x196. C. B. Pichler, 1 4 t
P.
O.
MaUwan."
:
with ealnt or enamel. It replaces them. Harding road, phone Red Bank -1607.
erally useful aa chaufteur^and gardener. chandiie. Can alio be died for liquor See Rolston Waterbury, Realtor, 16 West Broad atreet. Phone Bed Bank 1«».*
once; apply Beeler Tree ExP'it Co.,
Comi right V> o w faetor» a_d get a
Permanent position. WriU, "Chauffeur." package store. Call 8«8. A Kati, 4 ! Kr'ont street. Phone 350O.»19J7 CHRYSLER Royal sedan, four-door, Rumion. N. J., pbone Rqmion g78.
A REAL COUNTRY HOME in Mlddlii
trial gallon at abare coet pilce of 11.55, IN AS BURY PARK, visit our antique
radio and heater, excellent condition, MECHANICS, full or p u t time, Boro Box 511, Red Bank, W. J.
town, excellent condition, five * bed^i
First avenue. Atlantic Highlands.
shop,
equipped
with
a
fin*
assortment
GOOD DOUBLE house in town; «lx
tl
a arallon. Trial gallon d; Ivered,
gooa^ilfel. f*56, ceillnc price. Phone _Buse!jjBlobe_Court, Bed Bank, N. J. YOUNG MAN—Must have alUtomobll
rooms, IV, baths, modern, kltchenv-ceorooms snd bath each side. Garags; Lo
utomoe
d. i l . M . Brilliant .now whlU.and of furniture, china, glass, old silver and Red Bank I72--J.*
antique Jewelry, Yankee Trader, (19
drlveril license. Opjwrtunlty for ad- *2« BAY AVENUE. Highlands. N. J. 50x150; one side now available for im- ter hall. 115,000. Terms. O. _ . Puhlelv
COOKS,
COUNTER
glr_
and
men,
porWaiitl«_l ttote to order, danllng minor Mattlson avsnus, Asbury Park, N. J.,
vancement. Write, "Realtor," Box 5Mi Must be sold. This la a real oppor- mediate occupancy. Price $7,000. See 140 Broad strest. Phone Red B a n i 161.*
1936 CADILLAC aedan, Model «0; 1615. ters, diih washers, caahlers,
onish, beautUal »elret iheen el flat, phone Asbnry Park »7»».
tunity. House in good condition. Write Roliton Waterbury. Realtor, I t West AN OPPORTUNITY—Six-room house,
Within OPA celling. Brady. Center Leonardo Cafeteria at Leonardo
Rtd Bank, N. J.
easiest bruihing, Ike modern «nlah, P I M or phone Highlands 1522, for appolnt- Front street. Phone 3500>
avenue and Boulevard, Leonardo, N. J. Base.
bath, right of way to river, «0Xl54)
CABINET MAKER, top wage! and iteady rhent, or consult your own broker.
tla 'raUhe. Co., Seate 14. MeUwan, H.
Phone Atlantic Highland* »08.J.
SMITH' BROS, tree experts, tree
SIX.ROOM HOUSE, located near center River road. $0,000. $1.(04 e a a h . t ) . C,
work. Call Red Rank 2457.
,
J.. fomerly Unseed WhIU Co.
LUMB_B TALLIER, loader and truck
of town. Newly painted inside and out- Plchler, 140 Broad street. Phone) Bed
planting,
spraying,
pruning,
eav.
OANNOT
RENT?
Then
buy.
Three
lovely
SALESLADY—Retail
auto
supply
itora,
TBOPICAL FISH, auaarlutns, suppUee.
driver, must be experienced; itate ial• •
houses for prlee of one, six rooms, Bide. Two-ear garage: nreptaee. hot-air Bank m . «
(25 a week to start- Good chance for
Open dally and Snndays till » p. an. Ity treatment, storm damaged trees
ary desired, draft status and recommenheat. Immediate possession. Price $6,. TO SETTLE ESTATE—Biz-room • keaiev
dosed Wedneidays. Hekn Miller. High.
removed and repaired, reliable and ,
dations. Must have certificate of avail- advancement. Apply Checker Stores, f l seven roomi, fonr-room studio, 581 Pat* 500.
WANTED
Terms
arranged,
See
Roliton
ten
avenue.
Long
Branch.
good
location,
60x200,
Immediate
poa* '
war »«. Bta J»4, near Keansburg Gateability.
Write, "Lumber Talller," Box Monmouth itreet. Red Bank, N. J.
Waterbury, Realtor, 16 West Front seselon, 18,BOO. C. _ . Plchler, 140 Broaat
reasonable.
Fbone evenings beway. Phona Middl.town 1M-J.
BOY OR GIRL over U yean old, with RUMSON—Plot ,.( ground in splendid street. Phone 3500.*
OUTBOARD MOTOR, state H. P. and ( I I . Red Bank, N, J.
tween I and *, Bed Bank l i l t . .
atreet.
Phone
Rid
Bank
m
.
*
residential area, 4 _ acres, fine greenbicycle to deliver telegrams.
Apply
FOUR TONS eeeond euttlng alfalfa hay.
price. Addrees, "D. W.," Box 111, Red
8ubmit offer. SEVEN.ROOM house, all Improvements, LITTLE SILVER—Near station, living;
Weetem Union Telegraph Co., H Hon. house. Asking $4,500.
Bank, N. J.*
.
BroadBsildow Farm, Red Bank. Phone
open porch, grounds 100x200. Close to
room, dining room, kitchen, two bed*
CARPENTER WOBK. roofing and siding,
YOUNO WOMEN, join the "Soldlera'
Ideal for post-war estate or developmouth
atreet.
Red
Bank,
N.
J.
t e d Bank I«45-J.
hoube moving and raising of buildment.
Charles
E.
Bweeney,
Monmouth Broad street. J9.000. See Rolston Water- rooms, hath. Price $4,o00. W. A. Eo»>
Of
the
Switchboard."
.Your
chance
EXPERT BEAUTICIAN.
Phone Red
PUPPY. j - r » bred female, ings; terms if desired: Morris Home ImALFALFA,
will
purchass
same
bury, Reeltor, 16 West Front street. ping Agency. Red Bank. Phone _B7.o
avenue. Phone Rumaon 1492.
Phons Freehold provement Co.. Box i n . Keansburg. N. J.
Bank 3908. Ann's Beauty Salon, 16
to help in an essential wsr job hand- .
six months old.
Phone 3300.*
eunding la field or will cut ind
ATTRACTIVE BUY In Fair Haven, l o n .
MIDDLETOWN HILLS—Fine home In
Wallace street, Bid Bank.
10B-J-1.
ling telephone ealls tor the boys in
bale on ihare basis, or buy direct.
LAWN AND PORCH furniture repainted.
venlent to stores, bus. river and
center of two-acre plot, with vUw of SMALL FARM with five acres land; 8YOUNG
MEN, Thanes to learn trade.
rUBUO AUCTION. Having sola eur
room houss with all Improvements. school, six rooms, porch, all improve)*
the services, and ealls that apeed
Called for and delivered. Phone Red
oe,ean
and
bay;
2oi)
feet
above
sea
level.
Frank
VanSyckle,
Colt's
Neck.
Phone
1
Must have letter of availability. Inwarehouse building, will dllpossof en- Bank 40. Ask for Mr. Britton.
Grounds landscaped with dogwood, ever-, Taxes $90. Immediate possession . Price ment! , n d nlcs largi grounds. Aaklnsj
production of all klnde of luppllea
Freehold 601.J.
quire Red Bank Hat Corp., 198 River greene and flowering shrubs, 110,000. $6,000. Roleton Waterbu*-y, Realtor, 16 price $6,800. Good terms; exclusive
tire eonUnts uarestrlete- and without
tor them. Telephone Operators are
street. Bed Bank, N. J.
reserve em the premliee at 701 F' itreeu
agent. Constance Smith, 14 Maple avex
Joseph G. MeCue, Realtor, Bum son, N, West Front street. Phone 8500.*
BETTOR RADIO repairing, all work
Belmar, N. J-. between Seventh and
( A B-29 PILOT on aetiva aervlce in
on the front line of the home front.
MAN TO . WORK In private family, J, Phone Rumion 444 or Red Bank NEAR MOI4..Y PITCHER hotel, eonven
m
Fair Haren. Phone Bed Bank 2801,
guaranteed, prompt service. We
Hghth avenuee, Friday and Saturday,
PaelBe, a 35 mm camera, new or aecpermenent poeitlon, excellent Income 1470.
It is Important work, interesting,
l^nt location; first floor four rooms and SIX-ROOM HOUSE, all improvements.
May 11th and Hth at 1:11 P. M. Inond hand. Must be In good condition.
pick up and deliver. Open evening!.
available for a man who can be chauflavatory; second floor two large bedthree
bedroome and bath up and thru*,
often
exciting,
good
pay,
reajdlar
SHREWSBURY
—
Quaint
briek-llned
.lection Thunder, May lvth, 10 A. M. Central Radio _ Television Co. Call
Call Red Bank 1428-M."
feur and gardener. Experience In gardhome, iji setting of century-old shade rooms and bathroom, all improvements, rooms down, steam heat; one-ear gax*
t i l . T. _ . Asbury Park-Belraar Btorening la not necessary. Character referraises, splendid working conditions?
WANT TO BUY 1 or l _ - h o n e power
steam heat, oil. For quiek sale $6,700. age.
Batcntown
471-M.
S
B
Firit street, Pair Haven, on*
tress.
About
H-acre.
First
floor,
cenage Co. B. 0 . Coeti, auctioneer. Phone
electric motor. Peter J. Serafine, »1
friendly associates.' It is a war Job ence Is required. Writ*, "Private Fam- ter hall with powder room, spacious liv- Exclusive agent.
Constance Smith, 14 block from bus line, corner property; lot
ily , " B o % 6 1 ^ R e d B a n k _ N _ J ; ^ _ ^ ^
Long Branch » H 0 .
',
Maple avenue, Fair Haven. Phone Red 50' front. IOC rear. 150' deep. Price $6,.
.venue of Two Rivers, Rumson. Phone
now and a career when peace eomes.
ing room with fireplace, sun porch, din- Rank 2308.
CUSTOM FARM WORK. Let me do your
lurmon 6M.*
*
PLASTIC COTE, llnoleom tlnlsh. one
0-00. Phono Red Bank 1499. Albert L.
Ing room with fireplace, pantry, klteben,
plowing, discing, sowing! or planting.
No previous experience la needed to
BOY TO WORK In store after
coat of this miracle- transparent Inisb Hay mowing and baling. All farm work. WE WISH TO purchase up to three tons
servants bedroom and bath. Second rloor: FAIR HAVEN bungalow. Ideal ^cation, Ivlns, a«ent, i s Monmoath itreet. Red
start. Ages 16Uo 80 preferred, Apwill brine; new life and color to linoleum, W. C. Hammond, Custom Farmcre, Holmof baled straw and up to five tons of
school. Inquire Klrichbaum'i, H
four bedrooms, one with fireplace, two
five rooms, large porch and large attic;
as well ai beauty to floors, woodwork del. N, J.. phone 7011,
ply while openings are still available
baled mixed hay, for Immediate delivery;
modern hathi, warm air heat, coal; oak all improvements; garage; hot water COLONIAL HOME, on half-acre, plot,
Broad street. Red Bank, N. J,
and furltunre. Guaranteed to dry In one
also up to 15 tons ot baled mixed hay
to New Jersey Bell Telephone Co., 82
floors througboat; two-ear garage.* An- heat. Price $7,500. . Constance Smith,
near river; large living room, fireplace,
hour, to a hard, tlle-like finish. Also PERSONAL CASH loans up to <300 on from the field, from this year's crop,
nual t a x n $140. Price 112,000. Joseph 14 Maple avenue. Fair Haven, Phoni dining room, tile kitchen, lavatory,
Monmouth
street.
Apply
front
04*.
your
own
signature,
auto
or
furniture,
CHAMBERMAID-WAITRESS,
white,
two
medal In white and blaek. Sent C. O. D.
uovetfa Nursery, Inc., Little Silver, V.
Red Bank 2308.
three bedrooms, two batha, stall ahowail
In family, own room. Phone Bed Bank G. MeCue, Realtor, Rumaon, N. J. Phone
m. to 5 p. m. Monday to.Friday; 9
' »2.!0 quart.'postpaid. If remlttancs ac- prompt private eirvlce. Chargee are only
Phoni Red Bank 2400.
.
Rumion 444. or Red Bank 1470.
ATTRACTIVE HOME on River Road, two-car garage, air conditioned,.' low
1199. j
companies order, we will a n d you free, 2 _ 7 o monthly, figured on unpaid prina. ra. *fo 12 noon Saturdays.- If
IHILDREN'S SLIDE or other articles of
ivallable May 1st. Six rooms, porch, taxes. Price $21,600. W. A. Hoopln*
a can of dirt and wax remover. Sold with cipal balances. Beacon Finance Co., 77
STENOGRAPHER, Red Bank law office TINTON FALLS—Farm eitate section,
play yard equipment. Call Rumson
already In essential war work, plesss
Agency, Red Bank. Phone 197.* •
ten
minutes
drive
to
station;
modern
Broad
atreet.
Rid
Bank,
over
Nowborry'o.
a money-back guarantee. Open- terriKB. Immediate and permanent position custom built cottage with about three hot water heat (oil), one-car garage,
49-J.
near
river. Price $8,300; exclusive agent.
Rooma
4-5-6.,
phone
Red
Bank
1472.
Lido"not apply.
tories for dealera.
Fosa * Company,
open for experienced stenographer fa- acrea fertile soil; contains living room Constance Smith, 14 Maple avenue) Fair MODERN, compact Cape Cod cottage l_
WE BUY USED shot gun., rifles, fishing
latest development; 6 rooms, fireplace,
Faint Manufacturers, 72S Landli avenue, cense No. 142.
miliar with legal work and auallned to
>,i baths, ettam, oil, comer lot, garage*
rods and reels. Highest prices paid, AUTOMOBILE MECHANIC wanted, good prepare deeds, mortgages and similar in- with fireplace, dining room, tiled kitchen, Haven. Phone Red Bank 2i808.
MADILON PJtOAL, antlauee bought
yinotand. N. J.
two bedrooms with tiled bath, osk floors,
>reeieway; early poisession. 19,000. AI.
Phone
Red
Bank
20SB.
Klslln's
Sport
and
sold.
l
o
t
West
V
n
n
t
street.
Red
HOUSE—Five
rooms
and
bath,
near
Red
struments.
Give
reference,
past
experaaiaryV dean bright shop. MeKim-Lay.
ajTBRNATIONAL pick-up bailer, engine
hot water heat, coal. Detached two-ear
Bank.
Shot), 11 East Front .street.
Bank; all improvements, nicely land, alre Son Agency, Realtor!, Red Bank
ton Chevrolet Co., 29 Mechanic street. ience and salary desired. Confidential. garage. Taxes only $75. Price (12,000.
en frame, ha* been ueed very little,
e,
Write, "Qualified Stenographer," Box 811, Joseph G, MeCue, Realtor, Rumson, N, acaped with large plot. Owner occupied. 3450.
i
F
R d Bank.
B k
Phone CESSPOOLS cleaned and dug, drains ln<
Red Benk, phone Red Bank 6110.
BroadraMiow
Farm,
Red
Phone
SEWING MACHINES, hlgbeat prices
stalled, wood sawing, estimates given;
Red Bank. N. J.
J. Phone Rumson 444 or Red Bank $8,500, Kenneth L. Walker, real eitate SEVEN.ROOM two-story dwelling, I
Sad Bank J845-J.
bedrooms, hath, hot air heat, garage:
and insurance, Shrewebury, N, J. Phone
all kinds ot well work. Howard Tllton,
paid | for Singer used electrics or
MAN—Steady job, 16 a day, estate ot 1470.
CARPENTERS for sldewall shingling
SALT HAY, Fred D. WDtoB Co., phone 10 Center street, Bumson phone Rumlot 50x160. Tax 155. Price $4,000: cash
Red Bank 2779 or Middletown 587-M.
Samuel Rlker, Rlvarside Drive. See
treadle!. Singer Sewing Center, 48
Red Bank 552.
Jl.SOO balance $25 monthly.
Allaire
and roofing, steady work, good
eon B18-J.
Phone Red RIMSON-SEA BRIGHT, high elevation, RAY VAN HORN offers: Farm. SO acres Son. Red Bank 8480.
Superintendent
K.
Goodall.
B. B. FEEDS with added power. The GENERAL contractor; top soil. Mil dirt,
Moi_nouth< strest Red Bsnk, phone
wooded section, three acres, fine reswages and bonus. Equipment and
with frontsge on stream. Seven-room
Bank
34S6-R.
Identlal colony. Excellent summer home,
extra puah makes the difference. DIsMODERN, two-Btory frame dwelllnf.
Red Bank 8806.
cinders, gravel, manure, wood sawing.
transportation furnished. Compensa.
completeiy furnished, 12 rooms, 2 baths, farm house, automatic heat, wide board
brow Brothers, Broad and Patterson, Lionel Simon, phone Red Bank 561 or
good residential district, ( rooms, fireSALESLADY, women'a wearing aptlon insurance coverage. WMC rules
lavatory, hot air hsat; 2-car garage. Im- floors, garage. 818.500. Ray Van Horn place, sun porch, breakfast nook, tiled
Shrewsbury. Phone Red Bank 1680, Long 18.
Agency,
Fair
Haven.
Phone
Red
Bank
IT
AN
DING
wood
by
acre
or
cord,
phone
mediate possession, $7,500. Joseph G.
>ath. hot water hsat, 2-car garage; lot
parel, good opportunity for a
Branch 2880,
observed. Apply 7 to 8 a,~ m. or
283.*
Red Bank I4S6-W. R. Halter.
HOUSE MOVING and railing. Heavy
MeCue, Realtor, Rumson, N. J. Phone
75x160. Taxes $185. Sale price $9,001,
ateady post-war position, attractive
BABY CHICKS and started chicks, Legrigging. N. R. Snyder. Phone Keyport A GRAND or eplnet piano, soon as pos- 4:90 to 6 p. m. any day. Olson Co.,
Rumion 444 or Red Bank 1470
FIVE.ROOM bungalow, Improvement!, 24 Terms. Allaire Sons Agency, 1» Mon.
horns, New Hampshire Rede and Rock- 968.
salary, advancement. Apply. Simon
Inc., 810 First avenue, Aeburr Park.
Cherry itreet, Shrewsbury townihlp, ~~outh street, Red Bank 8480.
sible.
Private
party;
write.
"Piance
cross, $15 a hundred and up. SchllchenFAIR HAVEN. Large modern bungalow, Shrewsbury. N. J.*
Wanted," Box 611. Red Bank. N. J.
"Nice Things," 68 Broad street, Red
RUMSON—4 lota, each 50x110, t on
maler Poultry Farm, Laurel avenue, West VACUUM cleaners repaired; any make.
two-car garage: one- acre In aecluded
Allen Electric Shop. 18 White street. ATTENTION ponltrymen, farmers, butch.
Allen street. 2 on Lafayette street, foi
Bank.
lection; one bloek from bua, $10,000. TWO-FAMILY homo In nice neighborKeansb-rg, N. J.
INSULATION
FORMAN
for
RockRed Bank.
ers. have you any poultry to be
hood, near bus, sll Improvements, six sale, separately or block; make offer*
Joseph G. McCue, Realtor, Rurnson, N. J.
BOG RATION. A complete balanced teed CUSTOM plowing, discing, sowing, bar- dressed, if you have, let us do It for
Allaire _ Son,' 19 Monmouth street, Red
wool pneumatic, installation, Take
HERDSMAN
WANTED,
dairyman,
house
years
old,
Income
$120
per
month.
Price
Phone
Rumson
444
or
Red
Bank
1470.
for your pig*. They'll grow faster beT
veeting, trte pulling, ground clear* you., Btyer~Poultry Farm, Ninth street.
furnished, good wagea and working
7,500, Kenneth L. Walker, Shrewsbury, Bank-3450.
complete charge of crew; Good
'cause they are better aatlsfled, Hance Ing,- etc.; tractor work of any kind by West Keansburg, N. J, phone Keens,
RIVER FRONT, Red Bank, modern NS«Iconditlona. Helper furnished. Apply Lad.
N. J.. real eitate and lnaurance. Phone 85 ACRESAlso peaches, applet, bow
_ Davis. Phons 108.
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wages with bonus, steady work.
. dence, six roomi, two baths, hot water
acre, hour or contratt.
First class burv fi36.
rlea, aaparasus, full cultivation; T«
wood Farms, Holmdel. N. J, Phone 0101. heat, oil fired; large plot; two-car gar- Bed Bank 2776 or Middletown 587-M.
equipment, Ralph Maher, Holmdel, N WANTED TO BUY, second-hand fishing
WMC rules observed. Apply 7 to 8
room fram£ houie, bath, hot air heatl
SALESMAN,
retail
auto
aupply
store,
exMODERN
HOME,
located
in
Shrewsbury.
age. $20,000. Joseph G. MeCue, RealWE BH_ and aell anything 1 New
J.. box xS: phone Holmdel 6391.
a. m. or 5 to 6 p. m. any day. Olpoles and reels.
Sherwood Sporting
Seven-room house with three bathi, barn, wagon shed, chicken house. Taxea
cellent silary, plui commission. Goad tor, Rumson, N. J. Phone Rumson 444
and used furniture, household
GENERAL CONTRACTOR and ceitpool. Goods itore, 7 Broad atreet. Red Bank,
hot water heat with oil burner; quiet $100. $10,000. Allaire Sons, Red Bank
chance for advancement. Apply Checker or Red Bsnk 1470.
son Co., Inc., 810 First avenue, A i deenedt carting and grading, top' >hone Red Bank 42.
goods, china, glaaeware, .palntlnge,
neighborhood.
$16,600. Kenneth L. Wal- 8450.
Stores, 61 Monmouth etreet, Red Bank,
bury Park.
NEW MONMOUTH. Ten-acre- fruit farm ker, real estate and insurance, Shrews- 65 ACRES. Including 16 acres fruit,-rest
loll, manure, fll! dirt, clnderi, gravel and
N. J.
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brlo-a-brac. etc. Roiell'e Auction
in secluded section, 700 feet from main bury, N. J. Phone Red Bank 2778 or
aand. Estimates given. Phone Red Bank TYPEWRITERS, adding machine* and
tillable; old house, no Improvement, 1
office equipment wanted.
Serplco'a,
Galleries, 16-27 Eaat Front street.
highway; main residence, six rooms, MlddletowA 587-M.
1464.
Oscar Becker, 47 Second street.
barna, wagon ahed. Btorage. Taxea $184.
Office Equipment Co- 105 Monmouth MAN TO TAKE cars of ground, live out,
REAL ESTATE WANTED
bath; guest house, three rooms, bath;
Immediate possession. Allaire Son RealFair Haven, N. J.
,__
Red Bank 1(91.
itreet. phone 485
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easy hours, good pay, phone Rumson
RAY VAN HORN offers i In the Lake tors, Red Dank S4iD.
'_
m
ESTELLE—Interior
decorating. wal
WILL PAY CASH for a small house. new stable, poultry houses, greenhouse,
U80.
avenile section, a alx-room residence at VACANT HOUSE, five rooma, bath, twe
EGGS-EGGS-EGGS. Don't expect good
hanglnga, paper hanging, plain and COLLECTOR, will pay highest prices,
Red Bank or vicinity, five or six other farm buildings; 1,000 apple, peach,
5,500; enclosed popeh, warm air hes,tr
glass, china, lamps, vsees, figuree, picresults unless you feed quality feeds. decorative painting: established 1920.
porches, all improvements; plot 100rooms.
Price not to exceed 17,000. pear, plum, cherry trees. $16,000. Joseph garage, Ray Van Horn Agency, Fair Hatures, buttons, small pieces furniture, BOY to lesrn printing trade, must be
U. McCue, Realtor, Rumson, N. J. Phono
Our laying
I
Or
y g mash and scratch ggrain Is
foot front, 1511-foot deep. Located ill
Phone Red Bank 69J. 20 Mount street.
Write, "Cash," Box 511, Red Bank, N. J. Rumson ^4-4 or Rcrl Bank 1470.
ven. Phona Rod Bnnk 288.'
mint be old, odd and fine. Write or call
Hance _
" Q l i t " with
ith a capital
i t l T.
T H
"Quality"
16 years of age or over and In good
Fair Haven. Price $8,000; cash $800,
DO YOU HAVE a house for sale? List
FOR INSURANCE of all kinds see R. V. at 32 Spring street, Red Bank.
Bavle. Phone IPS.
RAY
VAN
HORN
orTirs:
Foiy-ncre
farm,
balance
$80 monthly. Small taxes. Aphealth;,good opportunity to right boy,
R. H. Stout. Lewis building. 77-79
it today. Clients are waiting. William IVY COVERED home, five rooms and
old elght-roitn residence, neede'repalrs, ply owner. D. Teremetxky, 82 3hrsws*
HAND LAUNDRY to do at home. 38 steady job, pleasant working conditions,
USED furniture for sale.
Anderson Broad street (over Newberry atortj).
bath,
in
beautiful
rursl
setting,
lese
C. Wean, 42 Broad atreet. Red Bank.
two
fireplaces,
bath,
hot
air
heat,
barn,
bury
avenue,
or phone Red Bank 1486-J.*
Ollloipie avenue. Fair Haven, N. J.
Bros., Inc.. 100 Monmouth street. Red
than one mil*; from Red Bank station;
HOOVER cleaners repaired, brushes re- OUTBOARD MOTOR, 9 to 6 horsepower. See Mr. Fennlngton, Foreman, Red Bank Phone 2240
Bank. N. J.
•
half-acre of lawn, evergreens nnd flow- garage,"apple trees. Price $6,000. Ray POULTRY FARM.'91s acres. Good house
WE NEED SMALL farm and country
Van Horn Agency, Fair Haven. Phono
brlltled.
Allen Electric Shop, 18
Register.
«nd
chicken
coops. Address, "Poultry
FOR INSURANCE on your car, house or
Must be in good condition, not older
ring shrubs. $B,500. Joseph G. Mc- Bed Bonk 2S3.*
home listings. Buyers waiting, a trout
'nrm." Box 511, Reil Bank, N. J.*
hazards of any kind, phons or call Whits street, phone 612. Red Bank.
than 1939, and reasonable. Phone Red
Cue, Rumson, N. J. Phone Rumson 444
MEN 18 TO 45, learn tree trimming In Realty, 5 Wost Main street, Freehold, or Rel Bank H70.
Kay H. Stlllman. State Highway. Eaton- PAINTER and paper hanger; also carpen< Bank 1080.*
RAY VAN HORN offers; Modern six- FOUR-ROOM brown shingled cottage, to
essential war job, steady year-round N. J.
lown 7. Twenty-llve years at the same
room bungalow, tiled bath, gas-fired
•ter work, day or contract: hardwood SMALL (URLS bicycle, any condition.
be moved from property. 74 Ocean
employment now and after the war, good SIX-ROOM BUNGALOW or small house, LITTLE SILVER area, bungalow, living air conditioning, fireplace, oak floors, avenue, Monmouth Beach. N. J. —
location.
floors, old floors and stairs landed like
Phone Jiunraon 1282.W;
room, fireplace, dining room, kitchen,
pay.
Write or see Asphlundh Tree Exnear bus line, preferably RuTnson or breakfast noak, two bedrooms, tile bath, modern kitchen, laundry, iloublp KArngo.
WOOD—All kinds of kindling and stove new. Experienced workmanship,'Myron - •
SEVEN.ROOM
HOUSE. larage. newly
wood for salt; also fireplace wood. Moracn, 29 Maple avenue, phona Red LINOLEUM RUG for child', room with pert Co,, 1 Borden , street, Shrewsbury, Fair Haven. Must be in good condition, with shower; attached garage; hot water Corner plot. 100x160. $8,500, Rny'Vnn
decorated, plpeless furnace, one block
U. S. mnp or jlmllar type: * Phone N. J.
'
0 have dry cellar, gas range, conveniences; heat, oil, Insulated. $8,0pl>. Ray H. Stlll- Horn Agency, Fair Hnvcn. Phone Red
Tracking done. Hauling and small mov- Bank 2242.
i.9po.
'rom
school
snd
stores, on bus line, good
Eatonftwn
581.
Bank 283,*
lngr-tVHaltetrfiaone-Red-Ranli
"'
price about $5,000. Give full particular., man. Phone Eatontos
location, corner plot 64x110, Price $5,«
wrt 7.
r3aan.d and butilT-sept
' '
In ~IC_~D_EIV_RT—gerfleraenr-—Wa— Poi«e<ltm-about-aune—ler-W-flter-^lx
i FURNITURE Center have received
BUNGALOW—Near
river,
.convenient
lo'.'
tanks
cleaned
and
Installed,
drains
Inasdan
or
coupe
In
Room Bungalow," Box 511, Red Bank,
condition.
new load of metal lee boxes and
have openings for routemen, persix-room residence, hut water bent, Hsven. N. J.'
stalled. Phone any time day or nlgbt, ftor 5 p. m,* Phone 8ea Bright. 256cntion; six rooms, -flr'eptiice, steam
N. J."
kitchen cabinet*, all sizes, at low prices. Rumion 740-J.
manent positions and temporary
Harvey C. Tllton. >
heat, attached Karaite; river privilege*; flreplaco; enclosed pnrch; double garnjre. RAY VAN HORN offers; Acn plot, fine
The Furniture Center, 29 East Front Bruce place, Rumaon.
Plot
100*150. $8,500. Uny Van Horn
GAS HEATING unit, In good condition,
IsrKc plot. $7,0oo. Terras, Rsy H. Stillsummer positions. Men with Initial
elevation, large treei, 12-roora country
Red Bank. Phone 1847.
MISCELLANEOUS
Agency, fair Haven. Phone Red Bank
suitable for five-room' house. Write,
man.
Phone Eatontown 7.
home, two bnths, automatic heat, garage.
ARTHUR E. BOYCE, painting contractor, Belford Cleaneri, Belford, N. J., or call
tlve and ability.' Apply, Seaboard lea
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WOODEN B A R R E L S . Fred D . w i i o «
YOUIt RENTS collected and properties POHTAUl'ECK SECTION. Seven-room
$13,500, Hiy Van Horn Agency, Fair
extirior and Interior .painting, esti- In person between 8 a. m, and 1 p. m,
Company, 27 North Bridge avinui,
company, Maple avenue and Bergen mates supplied on large or small jobs
managed. Alfred Henneiiey, licensed
house, bath, lavatory, fireplace, ample RAY VAN HORN oftor,; Red Dank, near Haven. Phone Red Bank 28S.<
or 2 p. m. and 6 p. m.*
broker. Jiraey avenue. Union Beach. '
Vlsfa Place, with river rlgh_.
kx
riace. Phone Rod Bank 5B4.
first elasi work ' by practical painter)
- 'Red Bank.
,
'
closets, atenm heat, coal, automatic doRAY VAN HORN oflsra: Fair Haven,
SMALL OUTBOARD motor. Call after 7
SAILBOAT, 24 feet long, 9-foot beam; phont Rumion 686.
FARMERS and truck growers will'Old a mrstlc hot water, garage $6,000. Ray rooms; enclosed porch, oil burner, freone acre. Secluded setting,
100-year
place,
gnrngt,
$O,0nQ.
Terms,
Ray
van
p, 'in. Mr, Lleshauaer, Sea Bright 64. SALESLADIES.
pair of canoe paddles and pair ot canoe
ready
market
for
their
produce
by
Inquire
at
ones.
H. Stlllman. Phone Eatontown 7.
old attractive farm house, seven roome
1
Horn Agency, Fair Havon, Phone Red
side boards for tailing, pair o( ipoon
advertising In The Register ! classified
GIBL'S 28-INCH, two-wheel bicycle. In
SEWING INSTRUCTION. Now Is ths
steam
heat,
fruit
tree's,
greenhouses.
Yanko's, 80 Qroad atrcet. Red Bank.
LITTLE SILVER section. Semi-bunga- llnnk 2«3.«
oolutnna.
oari. Phone Red Bank IDt-rV,
good condition. Call Hod Bank 1851-M.
$12,000. R17 Van Horn Aieney. Fair
time to start your spring wardlow, /our bedrooms, ample closets, tile
M_N~I~8 TO 45, learn tree trimming In
ANNOUNCKMENTI Ray Van Horn Itaven, Phone Red Bank 28.1.*
RUBBER stampa made to order, stenSCOUT MOTHERS' club of Leonardo
robe. We offer g two-hqur lesions
essential wir job, iteady year-round LISTINGS wanted, If you bare a house kitchen, tile bath, llvlnit room, dining
offers 25*yeKr mortgages bearing Inter.
olls, seal presses; all type! of mirkwiehps to buy boy, girl eub scout uni- employment now and after the war, good
for sale; buyers waiting. R. V. R. 11, room, hot water heat, ell, one-ear narRAY
VAN HORN offers i Red Bank, tine
Ing devices; prompt service. Spiclalty
for 110, Enroll now. Classes limited.
f«( nt i',i<7« (which Is lower In cost than
form that your children may have out- pay. Write or ice D. Reevei, Alamada Stout. 77 Broad street, phone Red Bank
$11,.100. Ray II. Stlllman. Phone
location, large rorner plot.
Shady
Printing Company, 107 Monmouth itreet,
F. H, A, lounn I on all well located homes
Singer Sowing Center, 41 Monmouth
ttrown. Contact Mrs. John Connelly. At- Court. Shrewsbury.
1141.
Eniontuwn 7.
grounds, modern eight.room house. Are*
phone Bed Bank J9I4,
built nfter 1937. Why not refinance
lantlo Highland! nol-.M."
atreet, phone Red Bank 1806.
pUce,
hot
wster
heat,
tiled
hath,
lavatory,
FARMBRS ATTENTION, top cash prices RUMSON AREA. Near river, six rooms,
r loan and .save substantially ovt?r
WATER PUMPS, Falrbanki-Morse and
MAN—To work In Fair VUw Clm.
pild for any kind ot cattle, calves or
huth, two-ear garage, plpelsss heat. your'present rnortstiiKei Monthly cost." ilouble garage. 114,000. Ray Van Horn
Myers, hand or electric, deep or ehaletery,
Apply at the office en
tags.
Orders taken for iprlng delivery 56,1100, Ruy II. Stillmnn. Phone Enton- Including Interest nml principal $.*>.."iii Agency, Fait* Ilnveo. Phone Red Bank
low will In stock; also pipe fitting!, THE BEST prices paid tor rags. Iron,
283.•
ROOMS FOR RENT
ot feider iteirs. Drop a card or call lown 7.
cylinders, valves, tanks, etc. Conover
metal and paper. Gettli', junk dealer,
Route 85, nB.r Hendilen's Corner,
per thousand; 'Example: on il Jr.. 111)0.110
Taylor Palmir, Engllshtown, N. J., phone LITI'LR SILVKR, Six moms, bnth, hot
Bro!.. Wlckntunk, N, J,, pbone Holm- 210 Shrewsbury (venue, Red Bank, phont LJVRGE FBONT bedroom; well furnished,
I'Ltfnge your monthly charges nn' RAY VAN HORN offers. River frontage
5611.
300 feet; rambling stone and frame
1598-W, Will call.
dsl 8121.
$27.80.
I'hoiw
us
for
partk-ulni.*.
lluy
air
hi'Ht.
conl.
$4,200.
air
H.
Still.
no otrnr roomg>-s, convenient to Broad EXPERIENCED' BOOKKEEPER, female,
V«n Horn Am-ney, Fair llavpn. I'hcne construction; 8 rooms. 3 bsthi, automatic)
WHY NOT trade In your old furniture SEPTIO TANKS and ceispooli cleaned Btroot. Ideal for two glrla or married
pernammt position, five-day walk, RUNT FREE for married couple ovir mnn. I'himc F,iilontown_7.__
heat, 2 fireplace!! boathouse, ' garagi.
with ua for new furniture. You' can
also dry welli, drains Installed. _s> COUDIU. Phone lied Bank 8817-RYor ap- good ssliry, to work at Locust. Call
fifty yeari of age; leven rooma and DF.UfiHTKl!I., year-round. En»ll«li typo Rid nank 288.»
Isndscapsd lawns; garden with picket
buy anything with our 12.month'a pay- tlmales given. Oscar Becker, 47 Bee polntment.*
bath, tan aorn of ground | I will psy
Atlantic Highlands 614,
hnme, nn Shrnwabury river, ISO feit RAY VAN HORWhlTurii ,rAliiiu«t new !rn«e: dork. $23,000, Riy Van Horn
ments. Furniture Center, 120 East Front ond itreit, Fair Haven, nhone Red Ban
half expense on hiat and eleotrlc; also
CDlor.lftl, nh roornH, Po«si'i-tinn Jum Agency, Fair Haven, Phone Red Bank
MAN TO DO gardening and general farm $5 a week towards the table. Harmony im rivfr, bulliheaileil'. nlllilln 11VI si II room
1.64*
ROOMS. »a S o u t h < t r , , , _ fud
Itreit. phone Red Bank 1647.
Oulk
with liwpjnoe, riming ronm, kltohon, 15th, Tiled bath, oil heal, llri-plner, In.
work, private farm In Scobeyvllle; live
qulst and comtortabln hot water at all
3d, on bus hrcakfut niwk, lavatory. Hicond floor, •illation, oak floors, breeteway naraije 283.*
MAYTAG PARTS. Full itoek, faring old KLU1N _ SONS, carpenters; siding, times. Plenty of parking space. Mod- off prcmlso. Phoni Eatontown 45E af. road, 200 feet from Routs
lino, Middletown. F. O.- Elobborn. Phone two nice h»ilrno,n>, bath, nmplt' closets 80,tl)0, Rny Van Horn Anency, Fnlr Hn- RAY VAN HORN offers; .Dutch Colonial,
- pnrt. Only Maytsg deller In this viroofing and repjlrlng call after 6 I erate prices. Phoni 8814,
ter 7 P
Middletown «81-J.
fine locality, six Urgs rooms, tiled haln,
ven, Phone Up.I Bank 2H.1.•
nnd itorllgK space; «crei.n.d porch,
olnlty. Insist on genuine Msytag parti. m., write. R. F, D, I, Box 418, Koypor
inuth and west; lint air h.'it, oil. -loriri RAY VAN HORN oft»r». Severs! rlv.r- hot'wnter heat, nrtpliiei,, i^ttQlo«eil pnreh,
TufllnffV
16 Monmouth street, Red N, J., phone Keyport 1 Ti47• W.
ONE OF RED Bank's moat convenient SALES RRPHESENTATIVB, salary and
h
0(im>nl«slon.
Old established comi1rml>li. Knriiir... $(1,000, RVy V»n U<,rn,
«ll»fl«d
Ballk, plumn Kurt Hunk mi,
,
lucnlloiis; linth single anil doubts
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m
:
i
m
e
r
a
r
i
in-ll,
W n . y , r'lilr llnvrh, Phone liril Manic
BEAUTIFUL SHfc'l'LANI) nhiep ilo
roonu. Mrs. H, T. Dowstrft, 1,8 Mapl. pany otiu'tinfc uiint.*var expansion proHiwiily bonirli, I'rep water. Attmv
I'nmpli'lrly
furi. i«!ir-'l. I s>
PIANOS. A7*B. Dlrhan, piano milker,
Ki-am In Ihu bulltllng Improvement and SMALL
MALL IISTATB
TA
'.•_«,•
,,
puppies, registered American Keiinc
in"lIo]mdo|"aMa of five 11.1,1100. umman. I'*""" Kalonliiw
dealer, tuning, repairing, renovatliiK, club _ch)ldren'H pets 'and ehow prospects avenue, lied BuuU. phone 1084
prices.
Hoy Vin limn An.-no1, 1
H,,y i ^ j
malnteimncD jlold needs laliimoi) and dliacres,
with
srapn
and
fruit
treci,
acre
ith
RAY
VAN iToBN offers; Two homes.
TWO MlRNlSHEi) rooms and kitchen trlct lalea manager!, Newspaper Uidi Houis only seven ysirs old *<,h all mod- C O U f N I A l . lT0MV;.'l-:l«H
old. nunr IJIavoii, pluiiin Ruil IJnlilt.'JH.1-'
1 fihop and ihuwroom -Drummond plaee, Warn Knnnels, south Laurnl avonui
y sevn y
IMot 150S.UO, Six rooms, hot wattr
re, illnlnit TlflH~WEKK's"sl'F,l'IA_t
phone Bed Dunk Q.33, •
a-ehoul, l i v i n g rmiiii, l
fumlihid In pratucted torrltorlis. Oar ern Improvement
H W S S I F X U liny
l y Van llnni h«nt, flreplacei four rooms In other col*
Ke«Mburg. N. J. Phone 78D-J.
n
Improvement!. O
Owner
lolling bekilrht-n, l m y l
Aceaaarv. Age 85-10.
A real oppor. cause of health, P
offers i Modern brick om> *tvry real
lag., IMOO, Will divide. .Bar Van Horn
TOtyWneTOMIWf^^
f i *
I n " r i ,.ii iiiyin-in-miiimm i ymiH|fl_n
coal and If i t o v n , gai r a n m , coil loT¥X_l»MrTrTcHlneT-h1eri
'*W'nlr'1Wp1lTP^W l»»*
aleo reoloened Chief and Harhlmoy, ACCOMMODATIONS,, to couple,
for those who qualify, WMO ruleiu on — _',V.7''V*"' "• •'"••no Red limk 2776'
I itovas, oil cook stoves, oil hsatera and
room with fireplace, targe illtilnii roam
ooal hatters. A large (took to telont Order now, Oonover Ilrm,, Wlckntunk,
tlleil powilnr ruom,, lllnl bath: two bod
comfnrtnlBlino'nmi" Phona
Ph
Itcd n>nk served, Evohlnif appolntminta arrangid, or Mlrliiletown-im.M,
N.
J,
Phone
Holmdil
(111,
I fromi slio furnaces. Simus] Bwirti, i t
Wrltr, "Bnlos lt'prosontatlve," Uox 511,
2377, VI Chtmlnut . t r . i t . Rod Bank.'
kitchen with In'cekruiit nk'nvo KAY VAN HOKN offers: Newly ds*OrVAN HOttN oftcrii no-icre frail
. AtoJ, Immediate ptiiinnlon, exsellenft
| West front strict, Red Bank. Phone 8EKD CORN, certlflnd hybrid, New Jer SUPEIl FBONT room, .Ingle or umibTiT 11ml Bunk, U. J, _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ RAV
In svconil flfiiit- with two cHrl
•nd-itnaril (arm, I'««ch and apple, orI'niims, < lint watiM' hral, nil flreil; nttrar nelnhborhood, muilirn home, H rooiuj, I
aiy No. 1, 4 and U. 8. I l l also hyhrlc
with or without ir-ml.kitchen tirlvllsn, BOY, TO WOlTiT nn Rumiun i s l s t t , pow- shardi In nns condition; 7.room ColonMvit uaraKi', Cnmpli'lely ruinlsheil, fir,.'i>.n IMIthe. fireplace) automatic heal, gai
FTUPPTEsTLyibTtrTnVran'i swo«t torn, Llmltid supply, Order nuw hot water, r,»r accommodation, ill com- ri Itwrl mowing end light work on lal, luiomallc h««t,- numerous. outbuild. M ) 0 ,
Riy Van Horn Aunty., Ki|r Haven ll*,nO<>, Ray Van Horn Agsney,.
nr any other time available, Ings, 127,000 Riy V . Horn
14 M s p l r a v e l l i l f .
l i t Broad H i n t Rail Bank. Phoni Oonour Broi,, Wlckatunk, N, J, Phcm forte of 'home, <»a Shrewsbury avimifi Etalurdaya
r
Haven, Phone Red Bank _«$.* . .
Phoni Rut Bank 1 1 1 , '
Fhom Hr, Collii, Rutnion 841-W.
(ell »r evenlngi, pbons Mstawan I I , -Holmdil ( I I I
Rid Bank, N, J, rhona IHO-M,*,
FUr Havin, hVi Bed Sjihk ! encr Bink 210B.
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____ATE FOR SALE
RED BANK REGISTER, MAY 10,4945
Page Sixteen.
Entertain Soldiers
In Army Ho«pitals
DEEP WATER
WELL DRILLING
Modern Rotary Methods
Faster and Cheaper for Holes
In Excess of 250 Feet In Depth
American Drilling Co.
90? KIVEB ROAD
- FAIR HAVEN^N. J.
Telephone—Red Bank 25)2
The M W. Kellogg company variety show, under the direction of
Miss Hazel I. Brown of Chapel Hill,
was given last week at the hospital
theater at Fort Monmouth. The
irroup consists of 35 employees of
the Kellogg plant; which is located
at Jersey City, who are volunteerSine their time and talenf to enter| tain soldier, in army, camp hospitals under the auspices of the Red
World Sodality
Day Ceremony
Sunday Afternoon
Our Lady of Fatima
T o B e Held At
Holy Spirit Church
At Asbury Park
CI
M"'S Brown Is broadcasting director for the company and another
participant from this locality is
Mies Ruth Schou of Matawan, a
member of the chorus. The group
will Rive their next show May 23 at
Camp Dix and wjll also perform
June 12 at Fort Dlx.
ATJXIUABY MEETING ~MEETING DATE CHANGED
Fair Haven auxiliary of River- .Because of VE-Day the annual
view hospital will meet Monday •upper meeting of the Fair Haven
afternoon at l.'SO o'clock at the Parent-Teacher association w u
Episcopal parish house in Fair postponed until Tuesday of next,
Haven. The hostesses will be Mrs. week. The session will be held In
George Stephen Young, Mrs. Ed-the Willow street school at 7 o'clock.
ward Cook and Mrs. George Soons,
Back the Attack—Buy War Bonds!
Soffality members of the Catholic parishes of the county will observe World Sodality day Sunday
afternoon at 3 o'clock at crowning
ceremonies at Holy Spirit church,
Asbury Park. Miss Mary C. H«nschoot of Holy Cross parish, Rumson, will ba the crowner.
Members of the court of honor
MOTHER'S DAT POEM
will be Misses Angela Marascio, St.
ome
f
Anthony's church, and Mary Burke,
Mr haPPy h
° childhood.
I 'l&nty 1 M » » M ,,.
St. James church, Red Bank; AgThe Ivy-covered cottage
nes
Fanning, Holy Cross church,
That once K M dear to. me]
Rumsoh;
Audrey McMahon, St. AgThe little Mrds flew overhead,
E»ch one "unit a» he new.
nes, Atlantic Highlands; ;Julie TravThey »«nit about.* mothers love,
erfl, St. Mary's, New Monmouth;
K0^^^NEW JERSEY STA TEAnd fevery word was true.
Margaret Kilroy, Holy Family,
A. mother's love li a H«iiiln«i
Union
Beach; Joan Riopel, St. Gano not treat her with acorn.
briel's, Bradevelt; Katherine Cogan,
Star of the Sea, Long Branch; Julj Love her a. in childhood,
.
ia Marcella, Sb Michael's, 'West
| Although she's old nnd S W .
End; Albine D'Aurla, M t Carmel,
n
'S'r
vSi^e
u".X.S.
"rl-.
W
l
h
t
t
.
and
Hazel Walker, St. Peter Claver,
n. j . HVBRID toRn
clay.
Asbury Park; Frances Nevolb, AsRemember,
she
i.
v»..r
Mother,
OUTS and 5OVBHHI5
Who mined you when a cnua.
. cension, Bradley Beach; Gertrude
pressed you fondly, to" he b r « « t . McAdam, St. Catherine'*, Spring
Buy Thin From Your local Dealer Who
Who looked upon you and • " ' ' » • , Lake, and Josephine Newman, St.
So let u s , nil remember o n . thin lovely Dennis, Manasquan.
f N f W JERSEY M E L D CROP
,^
Mothei'a day,
The exercises Include the process| I M r K O V f M t N T ASSOCIATION
I'To make her lite « happy one
ion of sodality members and a
M A S 0 N .
in ccopeiatinn wilh N. I. DEPT OF AGRICULTURE , n . . mh i » ^ i v u z
group of Sodallste who form the
•Mercer Avenue,
N. I. COUNCIL, DEPT OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
Rosary of the Blessed
port Monmouth, N. J. Iving
Jother. Following this, the crowner
and her- attendants will proceed
award the shrine of the Blessed
Mother to the refrain of the hymn,
'Bring Flowers of the.Faired." At
his point, . Mies Hemschoot will
place-ajllftra._p£. flowers on the brow
if the statue.
Following the coronation ceremony, Rev. James F. Murphy of St.
gnes church, Atlantic Highlands,
of the county "sodalities,
39V," Broad St,
Phone 3334
Red Bank willoderator
lead in an act of consecration
o_the—Bltsaed- Mother. The Veryl
Rev. John J. Carherry, offiplalis of]
:h» Diocese of Brooklyn, will deiver the sermon.
The ceremony will conclude with
benediction of the Most Blessed
ruth
. Tilton a n d co-captain, Mrs. VlnRESERVE
iaorament with Rt. Rev. Thomas
:ent Appiegate; district 6, captain,
U. Reilly, Vicar General of the.
Mrs.
J o h n De Waine; district 7,
Trenton diocese, as celebrant. Rev.
The Hod Bank Register can be bought
(The Red Bank Register can ho IHJUKIJ:
Belford from H. Clay Blair, Botnick's
i Keyport Irom Pappas and THkra, captain, Mrg. Carl B i t t e r ; district
John P. Burke of St. Joseph church,
Qt.
ffBpaper delivery and Wasserman'i)
Mra. Florence Melee. Gua Scn«on, W.8. "!. cajJtain, Mrs. F r a n k Sproul, $991.Keyport, with Rev. John F. Farrell
82. T h e total w a s $2,683.37. I n
of Holy Spirit church, Asbury Mr. and Mrs. Chris Jaeger attend- "lara Sussman and Mrs. M, rloToky)
SPECIAL PRIVILEGE Tt.13 Park
1
will be master of ceremonies.
the wedding reception of Mr. and Robert ^ . Hartman has pur- Hazlet t h e captain w a s Mrs. George
E
All Whiskey—No SplrlU
5th * ^
r«. James Milne at Chapel Hill hased the Arnold shop on West m m o n s and $295.55 w a s collected.
Front street from Mr. and Mrs. P l a n s for a r u m m a g e eale t h e
iaturday.
of- May 14 were made by t h e
Mrs. John P. Euler spent a -week lamuel Arnold, Mrs. Arnold will week
guild of St. Mary's Episcopal
•lth Mr. and -Mrs. Cornelius Biuh serve as manager of the store and cSenior
h
u
r
c
h
last week. T h e sale will alhe same staff of employees will be
5th
{The Bed Bank lUgiaUr can bi bought
Blended
Washington, D. C.
so
be
conducted
in t h e parish houie.
ii Highlands At I. Greenspan's, Bedle's
etalned.
Sgt.
Arthur
Mahler
has
been
rer.ilt «tor«, Joieph Stamen'i and Centrll
next m e e t i n g will b e June 11,
a«ed Jrom a. German prison John Frances Coatlc, son of Mr. The
tllroad station)
Anthony Costic of Chin- which will begin a t 11 a. m. In t h e
Rev, and Mrs. John M. Long are amp and Is now In a hospital in ,nd Mrs.avenue,
has reported for parish house after which the guild
larents of a daughter born Monday Ingland. He was Bhot down over ;arora
uty with the U. S. Navy. He has will attend luncheon In a body a t
n Hazard hospital. The Infant Jermany in 1942.
Marion's r e s t a u r a n t . This will be
Mrs. Anna Boyce held a game o brothers serving with the Army, he final m e e t i n g for t h e season.
elghed 9U pounds at birth and
'oseph,
now
stationed
In
Hawaii,
tarty
Monday
afternoon.
Attending
90 Proof
5th
vill be named Karen Jane. The
Edwin who is in Germany with A shower for M r s . H e r b e r t Koitethodist minister and hl» wife •ere Mrs. Lewis Anderson, Mrs. and
nlsh w a s given a t the home of Mrs.
Seventh Army.
tve two sons, John and Kenneth. ohn V. Glass, Mrs. George Schie- h'eCpl.
Don C. Porter, son o( Mrs,P a u l Konish, Sr. P r e s e n t were Mrs.
ann,
Mrs
Charles
Schnoor,
Miss
Lieut.
Robert
E.
King
of
the
Merji2L
Porter, has completed train- Anton Goetz, Mrs. John Goetz, Mrs.
Blended Whiskey
chant Marine is spending a leave Emma. Plahn, Mrs George Farwell, '. G-.
aid has been' graduated from Charles Weber, Mrs. F r a n k Flem.21 with his mother, Mrs. J. H. King Mrs. John P. Euler, Mrs.'-Wilson ing
ng, Mrs. Lester T h o m e , Jr., Mrs.
Miller, Mrs. Otto Hacker and he school off the Army Air Forces David
of Cornwall street.
Rooke, Miss E d n a Rooke,
5th
training command at Chanute field,
Misses
Helen
Anderson
and
Karen
Services
of
prayer
and
thanks92 Proof
Mrs. Anthony Coatic, Mrs. J o h n ,KoIllinois.
;iving were held Tuesday at noon Hacker.
nish, Mrs. Josgph Stryker, Mrs. Helin the Methodist church and in the Mrs. Craig Finnegan, Mrs. John Edgar Disbrow, who has complet- son Miles, &£gt> Mary Butler, Mrs.
evening at' St. Andrew's Episcopal f. Glassj Mrs.. Sam Crosson, Mrs, ed a course in basic engineering at Marion FoulRs| Mrs. Mary Glovee,
church. Rev^ John M. Long dellv- Heber Forrest, Mrs. James Hubbs the Naval station in Gullport, Mis- Mrs. Beatrice Cowan, Mrs. I r m a
red a short address in the Metho- arid Mr«. William Kelly attended a sissippi, spent a leave at his home Kite a n d Mrs. E d n a A. Helwlg.
dist church and Mr. Wardman of teeting of the Monmouth Memor- here.
There h a s been five tons of
Eatontown, lay reader, spoke in the al hospital auxiliaries at Deepdale Cpl. Gordon J. Schanck, Jr., 24,clothes collected in Keyport for the
Tor Martinis * Tom Collins
Episcopal church in the absence o larm, Mlddletown, Tuesday.
of Brooklyn, son of Gordon J, united national clothing collection,
the rector, Rev. "Weeton E. Grim• BELLOWS
9.10 shaw;
Mlllard W. Foster ol Staten Is Schauck of Maple place, has been under the direction of t h e Klwanis
LAIRD'S
who is a surgical patient in and spent the week-end with his awarded the Bronze Star for meri- J o h n McDowell, 61, a deck hand
CASE
.
90
Troof,
100%
Gta\n
5th
*l
5th ...-.-.
Monmouth Memorial hospital. Spec- mother, Mrs. Georgia Foster.
torious service in operations in the employed by t h e K c a n s b u r g steammusic wan rendered In both Ensign Joseph Fihnegan of At- Ruhr valley. . Cpl. Schanck is at- boat company in Keyport, w a s renHILDICK
; • DIXIE BELLE O.05 ial
churches.
tached to an engineer division of cued when he fell from the dock
lantic
City
spent
the
week-end
-with
FTVE, 5th
1 90 Proof, 1009b Grain 5th t l
The Girls Friendly society will his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Craig the Ninth Army.
a t t h e end of Broad street a t midmeet May 18 in St. Andrew's perls! Finnegan.
Pvt. Edgar J. Walling, son of Mr. night Wednesday of last week. His
HHUICK
40.68
•
KINSEY
7.22
house. Mrs. Gertrude Johnson am
Mrs. John P. Euler entertaine and Mrs. Lloyd Walling, has been calls for help were heard by Louis
BLACK,
Mrs. Monahan will be hostesses. A St. Clement's altar guild this pas' enrolled at Scott field, Illinois, Costa, who resides on F i r s t street,
CASE I M-* P r o n '
">th •
5th
card party Is planned for June
on the waterfront. He notified the
week In celebration of the birthday Army air school.
and a shower for the benefit of th ot Mrs. Euler and Mrs. Anna Far
S/Sgt. Harrison A Vail has been Keyport police a n d Capt. George
By Case or
OF ANY
Girls Friendly holiday house at Is- well.
transferred from Lincoln, Nebraska, Mason and Police Officer Joseph
land Heights will be held June
Bottle
Morley, who rescued McDowell. The
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Meyer an< to Alamogordo, New Mexico.
KIND
Members will bring linen, jams am William Meyer attended the funeral
Mr. and Mrs. Alton Walling of Keyport first aid squad was called
jellies for the house.
of their uncle, William Borne o: Broad street have named their in- but other than a bad scare McDowPlans for. the pet show May li Maspeth, Long Island, Sunday.
ell w a s unharmed.
• •
fant daughter Ruth Ann,
will be completed at & meetin.
Mr. and Mrs George Schleman
The • social club of Scheyichbi
The t a x rate for 1945 h a s been set
Tuesday afternoon of the executlv. have
word that their son council, Dpgree of Pocahontas, met at t$58 per $1,000 valuation, an inboard of Highlands Parent-Teache Robertreceived
Schlemann, stationed wit last week at the home of Mr. andcrease of $4 over 1944k
association at the school. Mn the U. S.
Navy in the Southwest Mrs. Harry Larkin, with Mrs. Mar- A party in honor of GerGeorge G. King, new president, wj Pacific, has
been promoted t tha Lee as co-hoatesS.
ald toward and Stephen Jonathan
preside at her first session.
MoMM
second
Ganz, twins,, was given by their
Sgt. Lawfence McGough, a radl overseas a year.class. He has bee: Mr. and Mrs. Rutherford Lohsen parents,
Mr, and Mrs. Stuart Ganz
have
returned
after
spending
four
1 8 PETRI
operator on a B-17, recently arrive'
at Masonic temple Sunday.
Port,
Brownie troop 3 took a trip t months at St. Petersburg.
• • *»
Port Sherry
in
Italy,
according
to
a
Utter
hi
Muscatel
5th
The newly organized Youth FelMiss Beryl VanPelt of Bloomfleld
Port, Sherry
wrote his parents, Mr. and Mrs.New York Saturday. They visitei
r'uscatrl
5th
Peter McGough of South Pea.' the Cream of Wheat radio program a. former resident of Keyport, has lowship of the Reformed church
and then went to the Bronx Zoo.
entered Moody Bible institute at sponsored a candlelight worship
street.
Port, Sherry
service Sunday evening. Albert G.
Mrs. Robert Anthony spent twi Chicago.
Edward Minor, machinist's mat
Muscatel Sth
months
with
Mr.
and
Mrs.
A.
C.
The'50th anniversary and charter Shiphorst, pastor-elect, assisted In
Port, Sherry
third
class,
U.
S.
Navy,
and
Mn
the service. Mr. Shiphorst was reMuscatel
5th
Minor are the parents of a daugh Anthony of New Hampton, Mis- member night will be celebrated by cently
elected to fill the pastorate
Freedom council, Sons and Daugh.60
ter born Monday at Monmouth Me souri.
5TH
and will be ordained at a special
Mrs. Jay White and son Cliffon ters of Liberty May 24.
morlnl hospital.
service
Thursday evening, May 24.
are spending the summer with Mr, As part of an observance of Famand Mrs. A. Isakson.
ily Week at St. John's . Methodist Officers of the Youth Fellowship are
Billy Skillman, son of Mr. andchurch a covered dish supper was Harold Doan president. Peggy Wllley vice president, Diane MichaelMn. C. W. Skillman, suffered a held last evening.
broken arm last week while play- A citizens' committee to help the son secretary and Nancy AnnCunIng with a group of boys.
annual Salvation army appeal has dey treasurer.
Thirty-five members of Girl Scout been organized In Keyport and conIf It Swims — W e Have B ^ _
troop 39 went to New
York last sists of Horace S. Burrowes, chairC
week. They weiH O1It0TJgh*~RaU1lo j m
Cgrl
3lty and in the afternoon attended Bitter, George Birch, _Wllllam H.
he circus. Mrs. Mary Richmond Tibbetts, J. Frank Welgand and"EdMrs. Leater Pnrlcman, Mra. Jo- wln H. Wharton. •
hanna Paxtcn, Mrs. Leo Zehnick A [nrewell party In honor of Mra.
and Mrs. C. R. Smith, Jr., accom- Violet Roberts waa given by Key7
port auxiliary of Rarltan post,
panied the girls,
Bruce Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs, American Legion, at the home of
Wallace Miller, Is quarantined with Mm, Walter Baker at Laurence
Harbor. Mrs. Roberta, who will
scarlet fever.
Mn. Harold Woodward, Jr., spent move, to Arizona, was presented
the week-end with friends at Flush- with a leather bag, Others present
weVo Mrs. William Holdon, Mrs.
All our Sea Food fresh.
ing, Long Island.
Mr, and Mrs. William T. Howard Thomas White, Mra. Harry Cohan,
No Cold Storage.
Mrs.
Juan
Concepclon,
Mrs.
Rayleft Monday to attend the funeral
of Mr. Howard's mother, Mra. Car- mond Llndemann, Mrs. John Crlmolina Howard ot Wnycrots, Georgia. mlns, Mrs. Arthur McFarland, Mrs.
McLeod, Mrs, Walter Baldwin,
Pride of Belford IDdge, Daughters John Catherine
Robert*, Mrs. Fred
of Liberty, obaervnl the birthdays Mra.
Week-End Specials
linden,
Mrs. Edward' Cohen, Mrs.
of Lester Walling and Mra. Emmn l,oulg Onnta,
Mrs,
Harry Farley,
Brown Krlday night.
WHITING
lh. ttic,
Mrs, Emma. Suytlnm of
..„ Mrs. Josoph Plney and MrB. Oliver
.
l'OUOIKS
lb. SOo
Blanch spent the week-end with )nwald.
Mrs, Emma Blown, Mm, Una Cook ncturna In Koyport for tho Bed Wholn FLOUNDERS O f f <
>os« Wnr Fund drive show a total BUOK SHAD....
and Mm. MniRiiiTllr .lonci.
U W lb.
Mrs, ChnrlM Patterson hnn ,,.- if $3,338.42 collected. Of ' that Ilostim MACKIillEL
SEE OUR SELECTION OF POTTED PLANTS, DISH GARDENS AND
lb. 4()c
.iinount
.$205.0(1 wns contributed by
turned home from Hlvorvlcw hosa?.lot, $348 collected at
a t tho movies
moves
CODFISH STEAKS
-111. Ue
pital, where slip wna n nurglcnl pn- Ha?.lot,
CUT FLOWERS FOR "HER." ORDERS TAKEN FOR CORSAGES,
>ml a donation of $11.50 received
tlent,
SKA BASS
J"/V {
Western Electric, Amounts
BASKETS AND BOXES OF FLOWERS
Mrs. "William Bart Icy, Sr., and Ii'om
llected |n tho various districts of
NATIVE
KFXS
,
.
.
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igS,.ns
l l l c a p t a l n B
esday with
und Mrs. John wero na follows: West Koypdrl, BOB, SHAD .:.„
-ffff" t<"
McGrnth,
;;
pnplttln,,Mr». Rusaell Scoboy, $061.-
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NOW BOOKING
u
• WEDDINGS '
• BANQUETS
• PRIVATE PARTIES
AND ALL SOCIAL FUNCTIONS
ACCOMMODATIONS FOR 10 TO 1060
WEST
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and
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Phone'Long Branch 3524
«
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West
Bank
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BELLOWS
Belford
Keyport
KINSEY
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Make "Her Day"
Mother's Day
Sunday, May 13
A Brighter One
WITH
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FLOWERS
l
Rumion, N. J.
Phone 674 Rumion
^&644o>ce/ &cc4iet0
Every. Boy, Wants
One of These Jackets
Pants to Match $4.95
Hurry — Hurry
Attention Fokes
Lugemoff — Lugemoff
Big Clearance Sale of
Used Furniture
- OVERSTOCKED Must make room.
Bargains galore.
Are yeh aimen to fix up your Hotel,-BeadK
Resort, Restaurant, Rooming House or Private
Ho"flie. Den yud be needen some Beds, Springs,
Mattresses, Outdoor and Porch Furniture.
Tables, Chairs, Venetian Blinds, Stoves, Electric
Heaters, Coal and Oil Stoves. 3-pc. Ivory Cane
Living Room Set. Walmit Cane Settee. Dining
Set consisting of Square Table, 8 Chairs and
Server. Marine Pump. 20-ft. Open Sea Skiff,
Canoes, Bicycle, Couches, Antique and Modern.
Architect's Transit and Tripod. Fine Microscope, Gasoline Engine, Electric Ironer. Oriental'
Rugs, 10x12.
Yud be flabergasted of de many other bargains dat you get at the
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93 Avenue of Two Rivers
BOYS'
Rov, anil Mt«, Fnul J. Myers nppnt
Friday and Rnturiliiy with Mr, and 05; central section to Broad stroot,
M n . Robert Cmn lm nf
phia. laptnln, M M . Arthur Van Buaklrlt,
;B:W.B0: Keyport schools, captain,
M « . Myei-H In f>nlri inlnlriK hor MrB. Elala Fairy, $100; section e a «
mothor, Mr*. Hninh. Atklnnon of
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