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They want to know more about O'Hern
By SHERRY*FIGDORE
DertekMi W. Braird
Area environmentalists have heard a lot of good things
about Red Bank Mayor Daniel J. 0 Hern, now under final
consideration for nomination as commissioner of the state
Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) That
he's a "nice man," an "honest man," a "good lawyer" and
a capable municipal administrator.
The conservationists just wish that more of them knew
Mr. O'Hero personally or at least had some kind of record
of environmental accomplishments to judge him by
"All in all," said Stephen Levy, Ocean Township, an officer in several county environmental organizations."
O'Hera is probably a lot better than most of the other
people they could h*ye considered."
"At least it's obvious that he's not a political hack, '
added Derickson W Bennett, executive director of the
American Littoral Society at Sandy Hook.
"I've never met him. I've never even seen (he man, "
said Mr Bennett, "but we cant attack him just because
we don't know him.
"But he doesn't seem to have any kind of environmental
record or environmental conscience." Mr Bennett said
The ALS director was one of several area environmentalists who asked to meet with Mr O'Hern as soon as word
of his probable nomination to the (43,000 a year DEP post
became known
"Not only would a meeting give us a chance to really
sound him out, but it would probably be useful for him before he went before the (confirmation) committee'"
"We really have to find,out if he is interested in environmental protection or just in running a state department,'
Mr. Bennett said
Mayor O'Hem said yesterday he has offered to meet
with such a group if and we when his nomination is announced, and the offer still stands
No confirmation of his nomination could be made before
the state Legislature reconvenes on April 17
The Red Bank official said he could understand that his
lack of an environmental record in the usual sense could
be interpreted as a shortcoming, but he thinks his broad
background of legal and administrative experience more
than makes up for it
"I've been very frank to tell anyone that I'm not involved in the environmental movement. " Mr O'Hern said
"The secret in running a department like DEP is to have
a highly skilled technical staff" he said
"In a society like ours, persons have lo make technical
decisions all the time on the basis of evidence It's no different from the average jury having to decide a highly
complex matter on the basis of the evidence presented."
said the Red Bank lawyer
Questions aboul Hed Bank's lack of a borough environmental commission are baseless, the mayor said
Ser They, page 2
The DailyRegister
VOL.100
NO. 212
SHREWSBURY, N. J.
MONDAY, MARCH 6, 1978
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Carter preparing
coal strike action
WASHINGTON ( A P ) President Carter is set to invoke the Tart-Hartley Act in
an effort to reopen the nation's mines amid predictions
that the drawn-out work stoppage could force deeper power cuts and millions of layoffs
in the coming weeks.
WHERE TWO MET DEATH - A Conrall trainman
Inspects a portion of the wreckage of an auto that
was In collision yesterday with a northbound train
at the Fourth Avenue railroad crossing In Asbury
Park. An elderly Wayne couple died In the crash.
Elderly couple killed
in crash of auto, train
ASBURY PARK - An elderly Wayne couple was
killed instantly yesterday, police reported, when a car in
which they were riding was in
collision with a northbound
train at the Fourth Avenue
crossing of Conrail's North
Jersey Coast line.
Police identified the victims
as Peter Reichwein, 83, of 7
Whittaker Court, and his wife.
Lois, 82.
According to police, the
crash occurred at 1:30 p.m.
They reported that after the
Impact, the engine carried
portions of the car wreckage
three blocks
Patrolman Patrick Barrett,
the investigating officer, said
that the crossing gates were
down and functioning. The
gates were tested after the
accident and were found to be
working properly, he said. No
charges will be filed at this
time.
The train's engineer was
identified as Albert E. Mullen. The conductor was David
Guerrera.
According to pblice, the
train originated at Bayhead.
The car was struck on its
passenger's side, police said,
and pushed to Fifth Avenue
where the wreckage struck
the inner fence dividing the
tracks. The wreckage split
upon hitting the fence. Half
the car, virtually welded into
the front of the train, was
carried to Sunset Avenue — a
full three blocks from the
point of initial impact, police
said.
Witnesses reported that an
audible gasp from spectators
could be heard when rescue
workers eventually pried the
remains of the car off the
front of the train.
A crucifix remained stuck
to the front of the engine.
Police said the crucifix had
apparently been on the car's
dashboard.
"It didn't do them much
good," sadly commented one
observer, looking at the crucifix and then at the totally unrecognizable car wreck.
Conrail p o l i c e and investigators were on the scene
yesterday afternoon.
A Conrail spokesman said
that rail traffic was delayed
for more than two hours.
Traffic on the city streets in
the vicinity of the accident
was tied up for mpre than an
hour.
Funeral arrangements for
the couple are incomplete.
They are survived by one
son, John Reichwein of Butler
and one daughter, whom police could not identify.
Key decisions for MCAP
By ANN BRENOFF
LONG BRANCH - When
the Monmouth Community
Action Program (MCAP)
Board of Trustees meets
tonight, its agenda will be
nothing short of a total remaking of the agency.
Items scheduled on the
agenda include discussion of
future agency funding, the appointment of an acting executive director; consideration of
the r e s i g n a t i o n of the
agency's chief financial officer; possible selection of a
new attorney, and how to
cope with a $233,000 debt
The problem-ridden anti-poverty agency's meeting at
Eatontown borough hall will
also be attended by Nancy
Velardi, district director of
toe Community Services Administration (CSA) , the central funding a g e n c y for
MCAP.
"Hopefully, Ms. Velardi will
be able to assist us and act as
• technical assistant for some
of our funding questions,"
said Clarence Gale, MCAP
board chairman.
CSA has threatened to cut
off funds to MCAP at the end
of the month because of what
It alleges has been fiscal mismanagement on the part of
the agency.
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Sfcowat Fromagene, 842-JH8.
CSA began funding MCAP
on a month-to-month basis
last fall because of these alleged irregularities. The CSA
provides $840,000 annually to
MCAP
The CSA has withheld February's allocation to MCAP
because federal officials fear
MCAP's creditors would seize
the money to satisfy debts .
Wilbert C. Russell, who had
headed the agency until his
controversial dismissal last
week, has not been replaced.
Mr. Gale said the trustee
board's personnel committee
is expected to make a recommendation as to a temporary
replacement to head the
agency.
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The board will also consider
the resignation of Raymond
Scott, the MCAP chief finan-
Collector is slain;
youth, 16, is held
JACKSON TOWNSHIP Police here say they know of
no motive for the shooting
death of the township tax collector by a 16-year-old youth.
Police said they were called
to the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Martin Flemming shortly after 3 a.m. Sunday and found
Flemming, 44, and his wife,
Marguerite, suffering from
gunshot wounds.
A spokesman for the Ocean
County prosecutor said "a Ify e a r - o l d m e m b e r of the
Flemming household" was arrested, but he would not confirm report that the youth is
the Flemmings' adopted son.
Flemming was pronounced
dead on arrival at Paul Kimball Hospital In Lakewood
Sec Collector, page 2
cial officer until his resignation the night Mr Russell was
fired.
"And we will also be considering using a new attorney," said Mr Gale.
MCAP had been relying on
Stafford Thompson, a Red
Bank attorney, to handle
most of its legal matters. Und e r CSA g u i d e l i n e s , t h e
agency cannot retain a fulltime counselor but may hire
an attorney to handle each individual legal affair.
Mr. Gale said although Mr.
Thompson has been handling
the great bulk of MCAP's legal matters, there is some
consideration to replacing
him with another attorney.
The board chairman also issued a statement to ".clear
the air" on an issue stemming
from the issuance of checks.
Apparently the problem
arose after the dismissal of
Mr. Russell and the resignation of Mr. Scott.
Mr. Gale said that upon the
advice of CSA, he notified the
banks that the signatures of
these two men would no longer be considered valid on any
checks.
The designation of new signatories was not made, pending tonight's meeting, he said
— causing the payment of
some checks to be blocked by
the banks
"It has come to my attenSee MCAP, page 2
Today's expected action
could find miners ordered
back to the pits within a few
days. One official said a federal judge could get the
request to order an 80-day
"cooling-off" period by
Wednesday.
But there were Indications
that some miners, following
their overwhelming rejection
of a contract to end the nation's longest mine walkout,
would not honor a back-towork order.
Even If the miners return,
the first tralnloads of coal
would not enter the nation's
energy pipeline for one week
to two weeks, depending on
the condition of the mines, according to coal industry
spokesmen.
As the strike, which began
Dec. 6, went Into Its fourth
month today, Carter scheduled his announcement after
planned meetings with congressional leaders and his
Cabinet.
With returns in from 88 percent of the United Mine Workers 704 locals, the vote was
79,753 to 34,689 against the
pact, a margin of more than
2-to-l.
Some predicted the strike
would continue.
"I think we've got no choice
but to stay out on strike," the
president of a West Virginia
local said.'
While a Kentucky miner
predicted federal action
would not succeed unless Carter coupled Taft-Hartley with
See President, page 2
A DECISION TO MAKE - President Carter walks through the snow from a
helicopter to the White House Oval Office yesterday after spending the
weekend at the presidential retreat at Camp David, Md. Carter returned to
the Capital to find the vote running two-to-one aaalnst ratification of the
proposed contract which would bring an end to the 90-day-old rail strike.
Carter must now decide the next move aimed at getting the mines Into production again.
More power cuts are due
By The Associated Press
Utility and government officials In parts of the industrial
East and Midwest say they
will order stricter power curtailments following the United
Mine Workers' rejection (jf a
proposed contract.
Deeper power cuts, which
could slice the paychecks of
millions of Americans, appeared to be the only hope for
coal-hungry power companies
already burning costly imported oil by the shipload and
buying expensive outof-state
electricity
"The utilities are now in a
very precarious position,"
said Simon McHugh. energy
adviser to acting Gov. Blair
Lee of Maryland. "I regret to
say that some further steps
will have to be taken, and it
looks like sooner rather than
later."
He said the current 10 percent cut in power to many industrial customers In Maryland. Virginia and West Virginia likely would be increased to 30 percent.
Meanwhile, officials in
Michigan, Kentucky, Pennsylvania and Alabama readied calls for voluntary conservation and considered
cial, said the eight hardest-hit
states — Mlghigan, Indiana,
Ohio, Kentucky and part sof
Pennsylvania, West Virginia,
Virginia and Maryland - had
about 20 million tons of coal
At normal consumption
rates, that would last six
weeks, but some utilities had
less than a 20-day supply and
several local g e n e r a t i n g
mandatory cutbacks.
Michigan officials said rotating blackouts of two hours
at a time might be ordered if
coal deliveries do not resume
in a few weeks.
But no areas were In imminent danger of being blacked
out, and some non-union coal
was being delivered George
Lentz, a utility-industry offi-
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in Columbus, Ohio, since January; lighting on major
highways has been cut in
West Virginia and St. Louis;
lights have been dimmed and
i cafeterias closed In Maryland
schools.
Government and industry
officials warned that the economic ramifications of the
strike were growing.
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plants were almost out of
coal, Lentz said. It could take
up to two weeks for coal deliveries to resume upon ratification of a contract
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"In the near term, some
time toward the end of this
month, we may be looking at
as many as 1 million people
unemployed In the affected
region of the M i d w e s t , "
Energy Secretary J a m e s
Schlesinger said Sunday. "If
the strike were to continue
into the later part of April we
would be facing up to 3^, million people unemployed because of the direct effects of
the lack of power In the
area."
Tens of thousands of workers already have been laid
off, and even when the strike
ends, economic rever. Derations will continue.
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SHREWSBURY, N J
MONC>AY MARCH 6 i9?e
President to act in effort to reopen, mines
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government seizure of the
mines, a Virginia UMW official predicted that tactic
would also fail: "If that's his
(Carter's) attitude
then
he might as well get his pick
and shovel and do it himself "
One government official
said Carter had not ruled out
eventually asking Congress
for authority to seize mines
In Gary, W.Va., however,
where the proposed contract
was approved by a single
vote, one man said miners
have "been out for three
months, and they want to go
to work."
Union President Arnold
Miller said in an interivew
yesterday that any government action "will cause some
violence in the coalfields."
As Miller arranged to be in
Washington today to meet
with top union officials, there
were growing indications of
the strike's deepening effects:
— The chairman of Carter's
Council of Economic Advisers, Charles L. Schultze,
said that without increased
coal production, more than a
million people could be laid
off by the end of March
— Energy Secretary James
Schlesinger said up to 3 ^ million people could be out of
work by late April if the
strike lasted that long
— Some, local generating
plants in the hardest-hit eastcentral states reported less
than a 20-daysnpply of coal
on hand
— A Maryland official predicted industrial customers in
parts of three states would
see the 10 percent curtailment
they now o p e r a t e u n d e r
tripled this week
Invoking the Taft Hartley
act — which has not been
used since a 1971 duck strike
— lets the resident name a
three-person fad finding panel, operating under a presidential deadline to make its
recommendations
With the panel's report in
hand, the president can then
direct the attorney general to
seek a back-to-work order
from a federal district court
Such an order would send
the miners back to the pits
for the 80-day cooling-off period while both sides sit down
with federal mediators
White House officials confirmed that members of the
panel were likely to be Carl
Warrens of the University of
Louisville, New York arbitrator Eva Robins and Washington lawyer Jack Gentry.
Carter returned yesterday
from a weekend visit to the
presidential retreat in Camp
David, Md , and went directly
to a high-level White House
meeting on the strike.
One official said it was his
impression that "almost from
the outset the president has
had a pretty clear idea of
what he would have to do if
the contract were rejected '
A n o t h e r W h i t e House
source said the president and
his advisers knew the contract was in trouble when its
opponents "very, strongly and
dramatically" condemned it
while union officials defended
it in a merely "pro forma "
manner
While there was no comment from the coal industry
on the contract rejection,
Schlesinger said several companies had been approached
about paying miners who returned to work more than
they received under the expired contract
A key issue in the strike has
been pension and health benefits for miners and their
families Opposition has also
focused on a provision that
would permit operators to fire
leaders of wildcat strikes.
The proposed c o n t r a c t
called for wage increases of
up to 37 percent over three
years for miners who now average 17.80 an hour. It would
have guaranteed health and
pension benefits for the first
time, but would have required
the miners to begin paying
part of the cost of their medical care.
They want to know more about O'Hern
(Continued)
THUMBS DOWN - Striking miner Greg Matyuf
leaves no question as to how he voted on the proposed contract yesterday In Westland, Pa. Matyuf
was voting at the Westland Tube of the Consolidation Coal Company where the general feeling
among the miners was that the contract would be
rejected by a wide margin.
TION
By The AiMdatal Pros
Nickle-a-drink tax hot topic
ST. PAUL, Minn. - Editorials praise it or thunder
against it. Doctors laud It. Bartenders riducle it.
The subject of all the attention Is a proposal which would
levy a nJckelper-drink lax to build a $27 million fund to help
local governments pay for the arrest and prosecution of
drunken drivers.
The bill was authored by Rep John Arlandson, who was
called "sick" by one letter writer. Arlandson said he is pessimistic about passage of the bill but noted It had called attention in Minnesota's chronic problem of drinking drivers.
Officials say there arc about 30,000 drunken drivers on
Minnesota roads on any given Friday or Saturday night. Some
190 to 200 are arrested
Tito'H visit 1st since 1971
WASHINGTON - President Tito of Yugoslavia arrives
here tonight on an official visit expected to reinforce U.S. support of the Communist nation's independence from the Soviet
Union
. Tito, 85, is making his first visit here since 1971, and will
meet with President Carter, other top administration officials
and congressional leaders over the next three days.
,
U.S.-base Croatian nationalists, who support autonomy for
Yugoslavia's Croats, were mobilizing (or anti-Tito demonstrations here.
U.S. support for Yugoslav territorial integrity has been a
fixture of American foreign policy since Tito's dramatic
break with Moscow 30 years ago.
Union boycotts non-ERA state
NEW YORK - The American Federation of Television
and Radio Artists has decided not to hold its I97H convention
in Chicago because Illinois has not ratified the proposed
. Equal Rights Amendment.
"AFTRA is committed to the immediate ratification of
the Equal Rights Amendment
to provide women with full
legal equality," according to a resolution passed yesterday.
In Atlanta, meanwhile, the House of Delegates of the
American Medical Students Association voted Sunday to hold
the organization's future annual conventions only In states^
where the ERA has been ratified
Riots gone, but problems worse
WASHINGTON - The massive urban riots are gone, but
central cities are now faced with day-to-day arson and violence that can amount to even greater destruction, says a
man who served the Kerner Commission
Victor H. Palmier! said yesterday that 10 years after the
riots, the ghettos are left with "a hard core of black and Latin poor who are more excluded now than then." He joined a
10-year reunion here of former commission staffers, who produced a report that said "our nation is moving toward two societies, one black, one white, separate and unequal."
The borough has long had a conservation commission
which predates the environmental commissions sanctioned
under a more recent state law.
"And what we're really dealing with in Red Bank is an
urban landscape," Mayor O'Hern said.
Elizabeth Clarity, Monmouth Beach, a member Of the
Citizens Energy Coalition and one of the few environmental activists contacted who knew the mayor personally,
said the Red Bank environment is a big point In Mr
O'Hem's favor.
"Environment is not only birds and bees and fish," she
said. "Mjiyor O'Hern has done an outstanding job with the
physical surroundings of Red Bank, even the shopping
People
Betty Ford once said in a
television interview she
wouldn't be shocked if her
daughter, Susan, had an affair.
But Susan, in an interview with People magazine,
says she hasn't had an affair yet. She defines an affair as "fooling around with
a married man."
The magazine says the 20year-old Miss Ford just
broke up with a 36-year-old
divorced Secret Service
agent and that It was her
second serious romance.
About the men in her life,
Susan said: "It's funny, because I've gone from ski
patrolmen to stock brokers
to college kids. I date guys
who are 5,10,15 years older
than I am. Here in Palm
Springs (Calif), I think everyone I've dated in the last
year has been divorced."
m
There was no mention of
his name in newspapers or
on television. No public figures paid him tribute. And
the hundreds of vistors to
L e n i n ' s t o m b on R e d
Square in Moscow filed past
his new grave hidden behind i t w i t h h a r d l y a
glance.
The 25th anniversary of
the death of dictator Josef
SUUi passed yesterday in
silence.
F a m i l y m e m b e r s , incuding Stalin's grandson,
Yevgeny Dzhugashvili, and
two small great-grandsons,
laid wreaths at the grave.
After Stalin's death, his
successor, Nikita S. Khrushchev, led the period of "ripStalinization" and the country's wartime leader now is
rarely mentioned.
LOS ANGELES ( A P ) Flash flood warnings were in
effect today for mountains
and coastal valleys as residents of Southern California
began cleanup operations
from torrential rains that officials said killed eight people
and d a m a g e d a b o u t 250
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Mr. Levy thought the club was too quick to question the
credentials of a man whose environmental background
might be a little light, but was still generally regarded as
competent and honest.
Although an active club member and one of the more
outspoken environmentalists in the area, Mr. Bennett said
he had not signed the critical Sierra Club letter, even
though he felt many of the questions raised were legitimate
"DEP is probably the most complicated department in
state government," Mr. Bennett said. "It's one hell of a lot
of work and is going to be a real hot seat for the next four
years."
" I have to admire him (Mr. O'Hern) for even being willing to consider the job," Mr. Bennett said.
Rockefeller
in new field
NEW YORK (AP) - Former Vice President Nelson
Rockefeller says politics is
behind him and a new career
as an art publisher is ahead.
" I just decided it was time
to get out of politics. I don't
even see politicians anymore," said Rockefeller, who
turns 70 in July.
Rockefeller said he will devote the remainder of his life
to the diffusion of fine art,
first through books and then
through high-quality reproductions.
On March 13, Rockefeller
will officially announce that
publisher Alfred A. Knopf has
contracted to print and distribute at least five volumes
of art reproductions.
Rockefeller said all the
NebM ItKkefeller
works will come from his private collections and that he time when I'm just happy to
will sign the reproductions to be here. I don't mind what's
been said and written about
prove that they did.
Rockefeller said the first me."
book, to be published this fall,
will "show the unique beauty
a*
of primitive art from Africa,
the South Sea-Islands and
pre-Columbian
America."
The price of the book was not
yet established
Rockefeller said he would
(Continued)
write the .introduction for the
tion t h a t s e v e r a l M C A P
second book on modern art
The three books that will checks have been held withfollow are on architecture, out payment during the past
Mexican folk art, and then a several days, thereby causing
inconvenience and concern as
more personal volume.
"The fifth book will be my to whether they were covered
personal memoir and obser- by sufficient funds," said Mr
vations about collecting — the Gale.
" I regret this situation and
motivations, the excitement,
the joys, the fascination and wish to assure all those inthe impact it can have on volved that each check is
backed by necessary funds,"
one's life."
. .
Reflecting on his post-politi- he added.
According to Mr. Gale,
cal life, the former vice president said: " I don't object to " T h e problem is one inanything I've reached the volving the details of changing the MCAP administration
who were authorized to sign
the checks."
wanted rain In a little more
Pennie Scott of the Baldwin
Mr. Gale said that he notihouses
NEW YORK (AP) - No ap- fied all the MCAP depository
Four storm-related deaths than two months, the city has Hills neighborhood was in her
plications to produce or sell banks that "checks should be
were reported in.Los Angeles .received 28 inches — twice bedroom when the mud rolled
laetrile have been received in held pending receipt of new
County and one each was re- the average for a whole year. in.
In widely scattered parts of
" I was buried alive," she
New Jersey although the signature cards" which would
ported in Orange, Ventura,
.
manufacture and sale of the designate whose signatures
Riverside and San Diego the county, soggy hillsides recalled. "The house came in
gave w a y and sent m u d on me. I don't know how I got
purported cancer cure has were valid.
counties.
out."
"The entire matter should
been legal in the state for
Mexican officials said at crashing into homes.
nearly two months, said Dr. be cleared on Monday night
least 26 people had died there,
Edwin Albano, chairman of (tonight) so that normal operthousands had been left
the state Board of Medical ations can be resumed on
homeless and up to SI billion
Tuesday," said Mr. Gale.
Examiners.
in damage had been caused
"It was my failure and my
Speaking on W P I X T V ' s
by weekend rainstorms that
(Continued)
Police confiscated a 32-calicreated flood waters and and his wife was in satisfac- ber revolver from the youth, "Focus: New Jersey" here failure alone to notify our emyesterday, Albano said that ployees and the vendors," he
mudslides.
tory condition with gunshot which they believe was the
while physicians now have added
The border town of Tijuana wounds to the hand and chest, murder weapon.
the legal right to prescribe
" I regret the inconvenience
appeared hardest hit with 19 a hospital spokesman said.
Tanenbaum said the youth laetrile to cancer patients, no and concern that my omission
dead, officials said.
Flemming had been shot at surrendered the gun to his individuals or firms have has caused," he said.
Ensenada, 60 miles to the least three times, according wife
asked for the required per"But I can assure everyone
south, was split in two by a to police, and a total of eight
The boy had lived with the mission to produce or dis- that all checks are backed by
torrent of w a t e r rushing shots were reported to have
through the city. More than been fired during the shooting Flemmings for two years and tribute the substance, made necessary funds," he said the
from apricot pits.
chairman
was adopted by the couple
6,000 residents were homeless spree.
last Christmas, according to
there with estimates reaching
Martin Flemming 3rd, ID, The Dally News.
100,000 for the entire 1.000the couple's son, was reported
mile-long peninsula of Baja
Tanenbaum told the paper
uninjured.
California
Acting on information pro- he visted Mrs. Flemming in
All along the Baja coast, vided by Mrs. Flemming, po- the hospital, "and the first
schools, churches, city halls lice searched the area around thing she asked was that an
and Red Cross centers were the couple's Adelphi Road attorney be provided for the
converted into refugee shel- home in this Ocean County boy."
ters. The U.S. Coast Guard community.
The youth had reportedly
CO/ STATEMENT
flew In supplies by helicopter
The 16-year-old was appre- been in and out of foster
and airlifted 52 Americans
^ / ° SAVINGS
hended at the home of Ernest homes during most of his life,
isolated by flooding.
It's the only way to save.
Tanenbaum, the former may- and t h e p a p e r s a i d t h e
For most people in Los An- or and police commissioner, Flemmings had spent money
A FKWity union Bancoporation Bank
geles, there was no death or who lives next door to the on psychiatric counseling for
MombttFDIC
destruction - just more un- Flemmings
the boy.
David Duke, the leader of
one of the many Ku Klux
Klan factions in the United
States, says the Klan is "on
the move in Britain."
Duke said he plans several speaking trips in Britian and already has made
speeches at Sussex University and at a meeting of the
right wing League of St.
George.
British law enforcement
officials say they are closely watching Duke. The Klan
leader from Louisiana plans
a two-week stay in Britain.
•••
A second Rutgers College
professor in three years has
won one of Mexico's most
distinguished l i t e r a r y
prizes.
Dr Lais Mario Schnel
1PM
der,professor of Spanish
SMILING CAROL — Carol Channlng, left, star
and Portuguese at the state
of "Hello Dolly" revival that opened last night
u n i v e r s i t y , has been
in New York, smiles backstage with Eartha
awarded the 1977 Xavier
Kltt, who stars in another recently opened muVillarrutia Prize for the
sical, "Timbuktu."
Novel for his book, "The
Resurrection of Clotilde
Billiards
great
Willie
MosGoni.'
(apt Ladlmlr Remek,
lunl
has
been
challenged
to
In 1975, Dr. Jose F. Vasthe first person sent into
space who is neither a So- a 125,000 match by one of quez-Amaral, then chairNew Jersey's leading pockman of the college's Deviet nor U.S. citizen, told a
et billiard players.
partment of Spanish and
Russian television audience
Paul Brlenza, 32, of Mm
Portuguese, won the award
in a program beamed from
ristown, in a telegram to
for poetry for his Spanish
space that his first view of
Mosconi,
said,
he
thinks
he
translation of Ezra Pound's
the Earth was one "never
can beat the veteran.
massive, lifetime work,
to be repeated."
"It came early this morn"The Cantos."
ing, but Willie hasn't seen
The award winners are
The Czechoslovakian pilot
it yet," said Mosconi's wife,
selected by a panel of the
was the star of the program
Flora, in a telephone interCentral American country's
transmitted to earth from
view at her Haddon Heights
leading literary figures and
the Soviet Union's orbiting
home Saturday.
the winners receive cash
Salyut 6 space station yesMrs. Mosconi said the 64- prizes of 25,000 pesos, or
terday.
year-old billiards star has
about (2,000.
8 killed in torrential rain
Weather: Mostly cloudy
Winds, southwest to south 5
to 15 mph through tonight.
Ocean water temperature,
arid**
areas
"Everything is on a very pleasant human scale," Mrs
Clarity said' "and when we look at other cities in the county, Red Bank is outstanding."
Kathleen II Rippere, Locust, vice chairperson of the
Monmouth County Environmental Commission and water
chairman of the county League of Women Voters, said she
was willing to meet with Mr. O'Hern anytime since she has
never met him
" I would certainly like to know more about the man,"
she said. "It does scare me a little bit that so few of us in
environmental work know him."
Last week, the state chapter of the Sierra Club sent a
letter to Gov. Brendan T Byrne outlining doubts about Mi
O'Hem's qualifications for the job
MCAP set
to move, on
key issues
No applications
made for laetrile
Collector is slain
The Passbook
Is Passe
SHREWSBURY N J
MONDAY UARCH 6 1978
T h e D a i l y Register
i3
Crowley quiet, conservative, neighbors say
• y DAVID TURNER
on Feb. 14 when he left his
"He was a conservative
Richard Hoemg, an assisRUMSON - Robert James home at 6 30 a m to catch a tant vice president at the man he didn't have a reputaCrowley of 131 Ridge Road, train to work from Little Sil- Federal Reserve, said that tion for loose morals." he
the banker who was last seen ver.
Mr. Crowley went on " a said
by hit wife on Valentine's
His car, a green 1969 Ford couple" of business trips a
Mr Hoenig. who said he
Diy, was a "quiet" and "con- s t a t i o n w a g o n , w a s dis- year, but didn't travel exten- personally had known Mr
servative" man, whose neigh- covered by his wife four days sively.
Crowley for 14 years, said
bors said they did not know later, abandoned and un- Mr Crowley was respon- Mr Crowley was a longtime
him well.
locked in the parking lot of sible for advising foreign cen- train commuter
Police report "nothing the Rum Runner Restaurant tral banks about the services
He said he did not know if
n e w " in their 20-day-old in nearby Sea Bright.
the Federal Reserve offers in Mr. Crowley ever considered
search for the missing 51A number of Mr. Crowley's areas including investment taking the bus, which stops
year-old assistant vice presi- fellow commuters, Including and the safeguarding of secu- along Rt 36 in Sea Bright on
dent of the Federal Reserve some from his regular club rities.
the way to New York Mr
Bank of New York.
car, said they did not know
Mr. Hoenig said that the na- Hoenig said that, during a
Pennsylvania Railroad strike,
"He's a very quiet neigh- him well, or did not want to ture of the information Mr
bor. A neighbor I really didn't discuss the case.
Crowley handled is not soMr. Crowley rode In a car
know. We never more than
A few remembered him as valuable that someone would pool rather than in a bus.
said hello," said one Ridge a regular p a r t i c i p a n t In kidnap him for it.
Mr. Crowley's secretary for
Road resident.
bridge games on the train.
"He was an extremely dedi- 25 years was emotional about
1
"This Is not a neighborher
boss' disappearance.
At the Federal Reserve, cated and hard worker, ' Mr.
hood, though," asserted an- where Mr. Crowley worked, a
Hoenig said He added that it
" I thought very highly of
other. "The houses are farcolleague said that he had of- was not unusual to see Mr him," she said. " I think my
apart."
ten UlktJ sports, especially Crowley in the office before 9 vocabulary leaves me .at the
Mr. Crowley was last seen baseball, with Mr Crowley.
a.m.
moment It's very earthshak-
STATE
ing.'
Rt 36, but they have no idea police said they were mainAsked if he might have had where he might have gone
taining a watch on area wareason to take his life, his
His wife. Mrs Cyjthia ters, in case Mr Crowley was
secretary said. "Absolutely Crowley, is an eighth-grade a drowning victim
not."
,£nglish teacher at Henry
A Marine Police spokesman
"He did not. on the surface, Hudson Regional High School said that it was unlikely that
show anything," she said
Officials there said she is on Mr. Crowley left the area by
"Frankly, I hope he's some- sabbatical this year.
boat, because the Navesink
place else and some day he'll
She told police that during River was frozen at the time
come to the surface That's the summer, the family stays of his disappearance.
the way I feel - I'd rather in a cabin In Maine But. she The Investigation Is being
see him living and breath- said, her husband was " a conducted by Patrolman Jack
ing," she stated
warm weather person."
Lacey of the Rumson Police
Mr. Crowley had not gone
The couple has two chil- Department
to work since Feb 3. He dren, Cynthia, a senior at
Mr Crowley has been listed
called in on Feb 6 and 7 to Rumson-Falr Haven Regional as a missing person, and poreport that he could not get to High School, and David, who lice departments across the
work because of snow Mr. is In the Army
state would be Informed of
Crowley later took the rest of
Neighbors said that the his disappearance, according
the week as vacation time. Crowleys owned a number of to Patrolman Lacey
and was scheduled to return small boats, and members of
Mr. Crowley was described
Robert J . Crtwtty
to work on Feb. 14. Feb. 13 the family took part In local as a white male, t-feet-2 Inwas a legal holiday
sailing races
ches tall. 185 pounds, with
dark suit, tie, navy blue topPolice have speculated that
Spokesmen for the Marino white hair and brown eyes
coat, black shoes, and tortoise
he might have taken a bus on Police and the Sea Bright
He was last seen wearing u. shell glasses
After 3 snowstorms, you learn to cope
By JULIE WOLF
"The one thing that doesn't get any better is that snow
If practice makes perfect,Monmouth County residents days keep piling up" Mr. Spencer,who is a teacher.said.
have had a number of chances at perfecting techniques f o r '
No sooner had residents recovered from backaches due to
coping with the snow this winter.
snow shoveling after one storm.then the next sturm arrived
"By the last storm,! think people were pretty blase," Jo- and they had to start digging out again
seph Vuzzo.Mlddletown's business administrator said of
Illegal aliens travel roads
"I did a lot of snow shoveling this wint«r,that's for sure,"
Friday's seven Inches of snow. •
NEWARK — New Jersey's interstate highways are being
"After the Feb. 7 storm .dealing with the last one seemed said George Fallon of Rumson,who said that as a physical
used as an express route for organized smugglers of Illegal like a breeze to many people," Mr. Vuzzo said,summing up education teacher.he does not mind the exercise
aliens, law enforcement authorities say.
the attitude of a number of county residents.
He said the street cleanup appeared to have improved by
The aliens are being used in Increasing numbers to supply
However,he said the process of snow removal "doesn't the last storm "Our streets were In very good shape," he
employers throughout the metropolitan area with a steady get any cheaper or easier. It's just that we've got more exsaid.
source of cheap labor for factories and plants,-the officials
perience under our bell and organizing Is easier "
Mrs. Linda Rlzzo of Little Silver said that by the third
said.
Normally a storm like last Friday's might be considered a snowstorm.she was "able to get my five-year-old into two layIn the past three weeks, records compiled by the U.S. At- major on»,but "the seven or eight inches seemed like nothing
ers of snow pants.ii sweatshirt.a jacket.two sets of mlttens.a
torney's Office for New Jersey show three separate attempts
after all the snow we've had," according to Philip Spencer scarf and a hat.in 1^, minutes less than the normal amount of
to smuggle Illegal aliens Into the state via Interstate Route 80.
of Little Silver.
time"
On Feb. 27, for example, in the Parsippany-Troy Hills
area, State Police stopped a van for a traffic violation and
found 18 illegal aliens. The aliens, all Mexicans, had been
picked up by the driver in Chicago, according to federal arrest records, and each had paid 150 to be transported to the
New Jersey area.
"I've got it down to a routine,she said.
Red Bank Mayor Daniel J o'Hern said practice and experience helped road crews to deal with the second and third
major storms this winter "We were spoiled for 10 or 12 yean.
We had not used some of the heavier equipment which dates
back to the 1940s," the mayor said.
"I thing that In the future everyone will be expecting winters to be severe.llke this one," he added
A warning,however.came from Dr. Sal J. Preiloso.clly
business administrator In Long Branch. He «»W that by the
last storm,the city's clean-up system was well coordinated,but
that the city Is facing an enormous bill for the operation.
"We are In the hole for more than 1200,000 and there has
been $7.5 million of damage," Dr. Peczlosssaid.
"The big problem will come when all Hie snow melts and
the drainage system has to cope," the administrator said.
Memorial Day start sought for casinos
TRENTON (AP) - New cause everyone wants to see
Jersey legislators say a plan those Casinos open."
to grant temporary casino
Assembly Minority Leader
NEWARK - I f you think the weather's
eather's been bad up until permits so gambling can start
now, just wait until the snow melts
W the April showers in Atlantic City by Memorial James Hurley, R-Cape May,
tsU
said he felt the bill was a
start
day should receive quick ap- good idea. "There is a need to
The Garden State normally expefltnces
uncti localized flooding proval.
•get
going," he said. "It's been
each spring during the thawing period. But this winter's ex"I got no real hangup,wjth,
traordinary snowfall — much of It still flmly compacted on his b i l l , " said Assembly too long already "
the ground - could create an abnormal situation, weather ex- Speaker Christopher Jack"I think we have the votes
perts say.
t
man, D-Hudson. " I think it's for it," said Sen. Steven Per"There's a large amount of water content In the snow that's important and we've got to skie, D-Atlantic, an original
still around," said John Leo, a meteorologist with the National move on it. I would think it backer of the state's casino
Weather Corp., private forecasters at Newark International has enough votes to pass be- gambling law. " I f we don't
Airport. "This could present a problem."
"People have lost sight of the fact that it's been a long
time since we've had any rain," he said. New Jersey got Its
last rainfall on Jan. 26.
Flooding problem in April seen
have them all now we'll cer- ernment Committee, which
drafted the state's casino law
tainly get them."
State officials have been un last year.
He said he expected to hold
der fire for months to open
casinos for Atlantic City's at least one public hearing on
summer season. The plan is the plan, Inviting casino Inseen as a response )o that dustry representatives and inpressure and an attempt to vestors to testify.
The hearings and deliberattract Investors who have
ations will be conducted durshied away from casinos
Assemblyman Richard ing the legislature's five-week
Codey was expected to In- recess and, according to Pertroduce the bill today and get skle, the bill should be ready
it assigned to his State Gov- for an Assembly vote by April
17, when lawmakers return to
Trenton
Perskie said he hoped to get
Senate approval on the measure the same week it moves
through the Assembly.
Since much of the plan
came from the governor's office, Gov. Brendan T. Byrne
was expected to sign the measure.
Under the plan, the Casino
Control Commission would be
allowed to grant conditional
permits to prospective casino
owners who met minimum
building requirements and file
the necessary disclosure
forms.
Meanwhile, the Division of
Gaming Enforcement would
continue to investigate the applicant's background. Casinos
could open without relaxing
requirements or shortcuttlng
the division's probe, claims
Attorney General John Degnan
DON'T JUST HANG ON!
Sanity hearing for Mrs. Gay
CAMDEN — A hearing was set to start today on defense
claims that Roxanne Gay was insane the night her husband,
former professional football player Blenda Gay, was slain.
The prosecution In the case has charged that Mrs. Gay,
27, slashed the former Philadelphia Eagles defensive lineman's throat while he slept in their Gloucester Township
apartment Dec. 20, 1976.
The charges against Mrs. Gay have attracted the attention of several women's groups which claim the woman was
defending herself from attacks and beatings by the burly football player who former teammates described as warm and
shy.
But her attorney said there was no evidence to support
claims that the football player beat his wife. Local police received complaints of beatings from Mrs. Gay, but no charges
ever were filed.
Trial begitis for Jascalevich
HACKENSACK - An 18-member jury was to hear opening arguments today in the murder trial of Dr. Mario Jascalevich, charged with murdering five hospital patients 12 years
ago.
Neither defense attorney Raymond A. Brown nor Bergeni
County Assistant Prosecutor Sybil Moses, would comment on
their line of arguments.
Jascalevich, SO, born and trained in Argentina, was inAPpMM
dicted in May 1976 on charges he murdered five patients at
Riverdell Hospital In Oradell between December 1965 and R E N A M E D P R E M I E R - Communist Party Chairman Hua Kuopfeng, 57, casts his ballot yesterday
September 1166.
The state is expected to argue that the patients were during elections for leading Chinese state personkilled by lethal doses of the drug, curare, a muscle relaxan nel selected at closing session of the fifth National
People's Congress in Peking, China. Mua was rethat has been used as a poison by South Americna Indians
elected as the notion's premier as a result of the
balloting.
Pollution suit may be dropped
TRENTON — New Jersey may drop its lawsuit against
Philadelphia and the state of Pennsylvania if state legal experts and federal environmental officials approve a plan to
reduce sulfur emission from <he Keystone State, New Jersey
officials say.
The lawsuit would be dropped if the tentative agreement
is approved, says Paul Arbesman, environmental quality director of the state Department of Environmental Protection.
Gov Brendan T. Byrne last October announced the state
planned to go to court to halt unhealthy levels of sulfur he
said were blowing into New Jersey from industry in Pennsylvania.
He said Pennsylvania's supposed failure to meet federal
environmental standards was hurting New Jersey's efforts to
clean up Its air.
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LONDON (AP) - The U S . In Pahs, the dollar jumped
dollar rallied on European to 4.805 French francs after
money markets today due to opening at 4.75625. The later
expectations that President price topped Friday's closing
Carter would invoke the Taft- quote of 4.77.
The dollar also gained
Hartley Act to force striking
against the lire, opening in
coal miners back to work.
Milan
at 849.65 lire, down
European dealers marked
the dollar down against all from 851.15, then jumping
currencies at the start of back to 852.75.
trading a f t e r it fell to a However, the British pound
record low in Tokyo, but it re- rose against the dollar. I t
bounded and passed Friday's opened in London at 11.943,
closing figures for everything c o m p a r e d w i t h $1.93805
Fridav
but the British pound
The dollar dropped nearly 2
yen In Tokyo to close a t
235.175 yen despite an estimated MOO million in intervention buying by the Bank of
«Vix11 OFFSET
Japan in an effort to stem the
XEROX OOPIES
slide I t had closed Friday at
237.125.
The opening price in Frankfurt was 2.0030 marks, nearly
2 pfennigs below its closing
rate of 2.0222 marks in New
While You wait
York Friday. Then it advanced to 2.0310 marks.
"** wolf press me
The same thing happened In
Zurich. The dollar opened at
170 Monmouth Strut
1.84375 Swiss francs, down
ft«d Bank, 741-9300
from 1.8675 Friday. Then it
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MONDAY MARCH 6. 1976
No conflict seen in 2 alcoholism units
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Merrill H.Thompson,
e^-Assembly speaker
INTERLAKEN - Merrill
H. T h o m p s o n , a .former
Speaker of the New Jersey
Assembly who once served as
acting governor, died Saturday at home, 401 Bendermere
Ave, here. He was 81.
Thompson began his public
service career in 1933 when
he was elected to the Inter
taken Borough Council. He
was elected to the state Assembly In 1M1 and was elected Speaker of the Assembly
in 1*51
The Republican official
served as Monmouth County
treasurer from 1»52 to 1M5.
He was the former owner of
„
the Thompson Fuel Co. in
Neptune.
Born in Lancaster, Pa., he
lived In Metuchen during his
youth
Surviving are his wife, the
former Ruth H. Thompson;
two sons, Merrill H. Jr. of Island Heights and Peter S. of
Schenectady, N Y . ; t w o
daughters Mrs. Ruth Ann
Baxter of Damascus, Md, and
Mrs. Elizabeth T Ditto of
Point Pleasant; a brother
Dubota of Metuchen; a sister,
Mrs. Ann T. MacKenzle of
Toms River and seven grandchildren
Stephen Podlusky
fort museum head
By BOB BRAMLEY
MIDDLETOWN -"The National Council on Alcoholism
—does anyone really need it?
Is there a conflict between the NCA and Alcoholics Anonymous?
How can the continuance of NCA services be assured?
These three questions were addressed at yesterday's
meeting of the executive committee, staff and trustees of the
National Council on Alcoholism of Central New Jersey, headquartered in Red Bank, in the home of Mrs. Alfred R. Man
ville of 223 Chapel Hill Road
The answers, offered in brief by Harold D Greenwald Jr.
of Middletown, president of the board of trustees, were explained in detail to all present in a series of three short seminan offered by teams of NCA staffers.
Mr Greenwald't short answers are that the need for NCA
is demonstrably great; that far from conflicting with AA, the
NCA complements and supplements it, and that continuance
of NCA service can only be assured by enlisting significant
public support through education on alcoholism as a treatable, respectable disease
Assemblyman Richard Van Wagner, D Monmouth, a former alcoholic who learned to handle his drinking difficulties
through AA, gave the longer answer to the question on conPLANNING STRATEGY - Trustees of the Nqtlonflict.
"The NCA involves all those who are Interested in alco- al Council on Alcoholism of Central New Jersey
holism as a problem whether or not they are alcoholics; it plan strategy at a meeting yesterday In the Middlealso provides AA members alcoholics a chance to become in- town home of Mrs. Alfred R. Manvllle, left, a newvolved on a different level if they wish," Mr. Van Wagner, ly appointed trustee. With her, from left, are Harsaid
Mrs Bruder, a former reporter for The Daily Register, is
The assemblyman added that NCA and AA complement
each other and stated that the Importance of NCA is that it compiling a report on women and alcohol to be submitted to
fosters awareness of the alcoholism problem by government county and state legislators in the early spring; the report
on the federal and state level and leads to the development of covers not only the abuse of alcohol by women but also the
abuse of women by others who abuse alcohol, Mrs. Bruder expolicies for handling on those levels.
,
The NCA and AA have different functions, but they share plained.
Mr Wright, who is black, is compiling a report based on
identical goals, Mr Van Wagner went on — awareness of the
his survey of misuse of alcohol by members of minority
problem of alcoholism and methods of dealing with it.
"That's my perception of what's not a conflict. And 1 groups. The report; slated for completion in June, will be pubhave a multi-faceted Involvement with alcoholism," the as- lished and disseminated to public service agencies throughout
semblyman said. "If programs on alcoholism are going to central New Jersey.
Mr. Lunney, an NCA staffer V/2 years, is working on
succeed, they have to start on the community level," he conthree programs, one concerned with the treatment of those
cluded.
"I hope today is a time of commitment to the work of arrested for drunken driving, the second an employee assisNCA," said Mrs. Pemberton H. Lincoln of Rumson, widow of tance program designed to cope with alcoholism in industry
the NCA immediate past president Mrs. Lincoln explained and business and the. third aimed .at enlightened methods of
that those at the meeting were urged to check off on form en- treating the alcoholic criminal.
A second team Including Ann Gridley and Joan Krler contitled "Be an NCA Angel" the areas in which they are willing
to contribute time and effort — areas like fund raising, public cerns itself with public education on the disease of alcoholspeaking, participation in school programs, office procedures ism. A community education program offers one-hour sessions
to any group requesting them; special school programs are
and the like.
Outside persons will be given an opportunity to volunteer offered to public and parochial schools in grades 4 through 12,
their services at a meeting for them scheduled for early May, and workshops on alcoholism and its successful treatment are
set up for professionals.
Mrs. Lincoln said.
"We had a four-hour session last week for the Freehold
In the seminars a staff group comprising Mrs. Florence
Bruder of Rumson, Lester Wright Jr. of Long Branch and Area Hospital nurses; 45 came," Mrs. Gridley reported.
The
third staff team included Ann Lytie whose two-fold
Raymond L. Lunney of Ocean Township explained their furfunction involves keeping the NCA executive council informed
ntlons in the NCA.
EATONTOWN - Stephen two sisters, Mrs Nadezda
Podlusky, 59, of 50 Irving Mowczanuk of Teaneck, and
Place, died Saturday at Mon- Mrs. Vera O'Nell of Cranmouth Medical Center, Long berry Lake..
Branch.
The Robert A. Braun Home
Bom in Mansvllle, he had for Funerals is in charge of
lived here for the past 16 arrangements.
years.
John JamiHon Sr.
He was chief director of the
Signal Corps Center and
HILTON HEAD ISLAND,
School Museum, Ft Mon- S.C. - John B.Jamison, 67,
mouth, before his retirement Mallard Road, died Saturday
last year after 26 years of at Memorial Medical Center,
government service.
Savannah,Ga.
He served as a sergeant In
Bom In East Orange, N.J.,
the U.S. Army .during World he was a long-time resident of
War II.
Fair Haven, N.J., before
Surviving are his > widow, moving here five years ago.
Mrs. Natalie Podfuskv; and
He was an employee for the
Borden Co., New York, before
Miss Linda Duncan his retirement five years ago.
He was a member of the
MATAWAN - Miss Linda First Presbyterian Church,
A. Duncan, 25, of Edgewater and the Men's Golf AssociDrive, died Saturday at the ation of Hilton Head Golf
Bayshore Community Hospi- Club.
tal, Holmdel.
Surviving art his widow,
Born In Perth Amboy, Miss Mrs. Marion B. Jamison; two
Duncan had lived here all her sons, John B. Jamison Jr.,
life.
here, and Robert J. Jamison
She graduated In 1970 from of Pheoenix, Ariz.; and a
the Matawan Regional High daughter, Mrs. Susan Wolf of
School and then attended the Rochester, N Y . ; and four
Ann May School of Nursing at grandchildren.
Jersey Shore Medical Center,
Neptune, graduating In 1973
Miss Duncan had worked as a
registered nurse for the past
five years at Bayshore Community Hospital, Holmdel.
She was a parishioner of St.
Clement's Roman Catholic
Church, here.
WEST LONG BRANCH Surviving are her parents, A free income tax assistance
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Duncan program will be held again
at home; two brothers, Ken- this year by the American Asneth Duncan at home and sociation of Retired Persons
George Duncan, here; a sis- (AARP) and the National Reter, Mrs. Gall Marchetti of tired Teachers Association HOSPITAL HEAD HONORED - Forrest L. Gil- ber. Mr. Stanley Is president of the Monmouth MeAtlantic Highlands; her pater- • (NRTA) for anyone who wish- lesple, Incoming president of the Greater Long dical Center Board of Trustees. At right Is James
nal grandmother, Mrs. Ger- es help in preparing t a x Branch Chamber of Commerce, left, looks on as Moran, executive director of the chamber, who retrude Duncan, here and her forms.
Dr. Charles Zukaukas, second from left, presents tires this week. Dr. Zukaukas Is a past recipient of
maternal grandmother, Mrs.
It will be in operation at the Robert C. Stanley Jr. with the Louis G. Libuttl Me- the Libuttl award.
Victoria Kovalsky of Edison.
Borough Hall here through morial Award for outstanding service to the chamUllllUr •»•» by Carl F«IM
Services are under the di- April 17 on M o n d a y s ,
1
reclion of the Day Funeral Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Home, Keyport.
Fridays from 1:30 to 4 p.m.
Appointments are not necMrs. Mary'Maloney essary. It is suggested that
anyone interested in this serCOLTS NECK - Mrs.
vice bring his or her file of
traditional utility regulation individual consumers.
TRENTON (AP) - The bursement plans for hospitals
Mary A. Maloney, H9, of
expenditures, receipts and
for hospital rate-setting in
based on the patient "caseFor instance, the resources
Christopher Drive, died Sat- other pertinent records. While' State Department of Health mix."
New Jersey since the Legisla which a hospital must devote
urday at Rlvervicw Hospital, this program was initiated for has announced a new proture mandated the program to treating an adolescent with
Michael Calison, head of
Red Bank, shortly after be- older taxpayers It Is available gram for reimbursing hospiappendicitis differ signifitals based on the severity of the year-long project in the in the early 70s.
coming ill at home
•o anyone.
"Institutional cost center cantly from those for an elpatient diseases rather than department, said "case-mix"
Bom in Tipparary, Ireland
are grouped into homogenous derly cancer patient, he said.
flat daily rates.
takes into account the specifMrs Maloney. lived in Marlclasses according to some set
Using information from 118
boro for 50 years before movThe new program is de-ic types of patients by their
of characteristics," Calison acute care hospitals in the
ing here two months ago.
signed primarily to encourage diagnosis, presence or ab- explained, much in the same state, Calison and his staff
management efficiency and sence of surgery and the age.
She a was a communicant
way a water company is com- have categorizied cases into
could mean a lowering of hosof St. Joseph's Roman CathoCalison said the program pared to. standards set by its 383 diagnosis groups.
pital costs, state health offi- the only one of its kind in the peers.
lic Church, Keyport. She was
The have such charactercials said.
the widow of the (ate Michael
nation — is "a basis for esHowever, he said, peer istics as primary diagnosis,
Maloney, whip died in 1067.
tablishing reasonable rates of
grouping
has
been
met
with
secondary
diagnosis, age surAll hospitals have the opSurviving are one sister, In
NEWARK (AP) - Blue tion of using the new system reimbursement through a
frustration in i n d u s t r i e s gical procedure, and other
marriage
of
financial
data
to
New York State, three grand- Cross and Blue Shield have or the present pre-diem rate.
where the kinds and amounts complications which would
medical data."
children and six great-grand- both reported the best surplus
of services demanded and require more hospital reDuring the past year, the
children.
picture in at least four years health department has been'
provided vary not only be- sources and Increased patient
The health department has
The Day Funeral Home, in their annual 1977 state- developing prospective reimbeen using the tools of the tween Institutions, but among days.
Keyport, is in charge of ar- ments to the state Departrangements.
ment of Insurance.
Blue Cross, which provides
Kevin P. Nixon
hospital insurance for 4.3 milUNION BEACH - Kevin lion state residents, reported
Patrick Nixon, age 3, of 813 it ended 1977 with a surplus of
CST.1
COLTS NECK - State As- Which would require the fedPark Ave., died Sunday at 127 million
sembly Speaker Christopher eral government to pay 50
Riverview Hospital, Red
Blue Shield, which provides J. Jackman, D-Hudson, and percent of the nursing care
Bank.
medical and surgical cov- Assemblyman Walter J. Koz- costs of each veteran.
The child was born in Long erage for 3.9 million New Jer- loski, D-Monmouth, promised
Sen. Harrison J. Williams.
Branch and had lived here seyans, reported a 1977 sur- the Allied Council of N.J. Vet- D-N.J . agreed to introduce a
since birth.
plus of $3.4 million.
erans yesterday that they similar bill in the Senate, Mr.
Surviving are his parents,
Officials of both plans said would seek a $50,000 appro- Wilkotz said.
Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Nixon; a. they were able to end the priation needed t o begin
sister, Christine Nixon at year in the black because of groundwork on a third veterVolume increases
home; his paternal grand- rate increases, an "all-out ef- ans' hospital in New Jersey.
at Newark Airport
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John fort" on health care and less
The directors of the state's
Nixon of Sherbume, N.Y. and surgery and shorter time two veterans' hospitals,
NEWARK (AP) - Newark
his maternal grandparents, spent In hospitals.
Lyons Hospital in Somerset International Airport has reMr. and Mrs. Rocco Morea*
County and East Orange Hos- ported a 9 8 percent increase
ban i
pital in Essex County, report- in passenger traffic during
Correction
The Day Funeral Home,
ed that 475 veterans in need January over the same period
Keyport, is in charge or arRUMSON - A story about of care are currently on a in 1977.
rangements.
^__
the resignation of Rumson- waiting list because of the The increase was higher
than last year's 8.2 percent
Fair Haven Regional High lack of facUities.
Ktt. Ptoth NoHct*
Milton Wllkotz, who repre- despite had weather making
School football coach William
(TARClA ANDREA - ot
Savage In yesterday's Sunday sented Monmouth County at flying difficult and a major
Poiiolc. on MofCh 4. l » l Btlovtd
Register sports section in- the Allied Council meeting at snowstorm closing the airport
wilt 01 Llul. O«wt»0 mol»f ol Oro
i l t l Ptdro Juan. Binlono. I r l t o . . correctly identified W.R.
Earl* Naval Weapons Station for a full day.
M n Lucto Plmltnlo, M r i . Cotallna
said the Allied
•'The weather was so bad
"Ed" Kiely as the mayor of yesterday,,
Garcia. M n . l i m Sondtn, M n . Aurmtm Blanco, Fun»rol from T h l InRumson. Mr. Kiely is the Council commanders agreed that everyone who could get
l.ll.ono Funtrol Homo. 10» Moot
'
FWotc, on Timooy. • A M Fu
mayor of Fair Haven. John to lobby New Jersey's 15 Con- out of town for a while did,"
I «£•». SI Nlctiolol »C Cnurcn,
according to a Port Authority
Teeter Is tke mayor of Rum- gressmen to vote for House of
Le. t:)0 A.M. Inttrmtnl Colvwy
NO1UNE H B W Y pAM
X r V PoMfWn VWIIng Monday
Representatives Bill 293, spokesman.
son.
Income tax
assistance
offered free
Hospital program unveiled
Blue Cross,
Blue Shield
cite gains
Assemblymen to seek hospital fund
"I've got
the key!'
Ke/ytounf
old D Greenwald Jr. of Middletown, NCA president; Joseph F. Lord of Fair Haven, financial vice
president, and Mrs. Pemberton H. Lincoln of Rumson, executive committee memtier.
of all developments concerning alcoholism and its treatment
and acting as a family counselor for those who lives are directly or indirectly affected by the disease.
On the same team was Irene Faley, the NCA executive
secretary, who works primarily with fund raising and backs
up the third team member, Barry W. Johnson, NCA executive
director.
Mr. Johnson reported that in carrying out the policies of
the trustees he and his staff were in contact with nearly 12,000
persons during 1977, all of them troubled one way or another
by alcoholism. This total, he said, does not include students
reached by the school education programs.
"I'm happy with the results this agency has got since it
was founded nine years ago," the executive director said. But
he added that greater support from the public at large Is essential.
Of a total yearly budget of about 1140,000 about 88 percent
comes directly or Indirectly from governmental grants, with
the remainder coming from private sources, Mr. Johnson
said.
"Our aim is to get the public funding down and to get private support higher; that way we have more control of our
funds," he explained.
Joseph F. Lord of Fair Haven, financial vice president of
the NCA, closed the meeting.
"The NCA is really educational in nature, though we do a
lot of counseling. We want to see alcoholism become respectable," he said.
Klansmen jeer
as blacks rally
MILLVILLE (AP) - As
Reynolds, one of the four
about 75 black leaders rallied robed men, later marched
here in favor of affirmative with the crowd of young
action hiring programs, four people through the city chanrobed men, including the ting, "What do we want?
self-proclaimed Grand Drag- White power," and "We want
on of the New Jersey Ku Klux white power."
Klan, stood by and jeered.
Several weeks ago, black
Originally billed as a proleaders gathered In Atlantic
test against the small state
City to protest articles by the
klan organization, the black
Atlantic City Press about the
leaders never mentioned the
supposed revival of the klan
klan, and Leroy Brown, presiin the state.
dent of the local NAACP
branch, said yesterday the
Dng AddtctiM PraMea?
protest had noting to do with Call 988-8333. For Help Day or
the klan.
Night.
About 15 policemen stood
by with police dogs in their
patrol cars as Johnn Boykin,
a spokesman for the black
leaders, read a proclamation
calling for Increased job opportunities for blacks and other minorities.
The proclamation criticized
what it called the " political,
social and economic shortcomings" of Cumberland
County.
Irene Smith, president of
the New J e r s e y chapter
of the National Association
for the Advancement of Colored People, urged the group
to support a membership
drive for the NAACP in the
South Jersey area.
After a half-hour rally here,
For a oomptele selection
the black leaders drove to
of sympathy (lowers,
nearby Vineland for ^ brief
call youfFTD Florist
rally. A planned march between the two communities
was called off because of cold
weather. There were no arrests or skirmishes.
Tour Eltra Touch FlortKiWhile the black leaders 1
Mowers
sayyou
care,
share,
remember
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MONDAY MARCH 6 1978 T h e D a i l y R e g i s t e r
1975-78 expansion enters late middle-age
By
PORTER
' ) ' SSVLVIA
Y L V I A PORTER
At some
some never-to-be-known
never-to-hc-kmum h,.,,r
„ .some „....„,..
K..
At
hour „on
never-to-beknown day before this month uf March ends, the 1975 1978 recovery-expansion - sixth upturn of the post World War I I period - will be U months or three years old
II will then match the average life of all previous postWorld War I I expansions - with a single exception of the abnormal 196-month advance of the 1960s That expansion dis
torts the average because it was artificially.prolonged by
President Johnson's inexcusably inflationary financing of the
Vietnam war in the mid-1960s and because "it was artificially
killed by President Nixon's deliberate slump-inducing tactics
in the late 1960s
usng just the 36-monUi average Ufe of the other five postWorld War I I upturns, the current" expansion now enters the
late middle-age stage Even compared with the 45-month expansion of 1949-53, longest of them a l l , it is only 11 months
younger. Against the 24-month span of the 195840 advance,
shortest of them all, it is already in the "old ' category
Q. Okay, then How does our current expansion shape up
agalast the other upturns at this critical polm"
A. Much, much better than I'm sure most of you think In
fact, surprisingly superior considering that the upward prog-
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of( less
less than
than
0
27
27 per
per cent
cent in
in the
the previous
previous five
five expansion
expansions
price
price »a£e
wage inflatioil
inflation TWt
This iis
t •a i-rucial
crucial weak
weak spot
spot in
in this expansion
—Civilian emplovment
emolovmenl has
has jumped
lumped more than 10 per cent
ivnt
pansiun which the White House and Congress
(onuress must tackle
against an average of 6 4 per cent — and emplo> ment kepi
(3) AND ABOUT THE SAME AS IN PREVIOUS EXclimbing even while unemployment stuck al such fright
PANSIONS HAVE BEEN
emngly high levels
—lirowth in our gross national product about 16 percent
—Personal incomes haw adianced a respectable 34 per
—Average length of work week, up 1 3 percent
cent against an average of 1M>V pen-em
—Hise in consumer debt about 3f percent
—Also perceptibly betler than average htVf been retail
—Decline in unemployment rate, about! 3 percent
sales and new orders for con>umer good!
And now. what does all this mean to >ou and me*1
(2) B I T EXCEEDINGLY DISAPPOINTING HAVE
We have entered an extremely delicate phase of our ecoBEEN
nomic expansion, with Ihreats emerging on ail sides
>MiHiiiiiiHiiHiimiiimimiMiimmu»iMi—Stock prices, which have managed to climb less than s
We must be on the alert for (a) signs of accelerating in
ress has been so erratic and that gloom-doom has'dominated
percent against an average in previous upturns of U percent
nation signaling a blowoff that could lead onl\ to another debusiness and consumer psychology throughout almost the en—The cost of livmp \s measured b\ the official ( o n
•tractive slump and (b) signs of rapulK decelerating growth.
tire upturn Specifically:
sumer Price Index nur cost of In ing is is per cenl higher
signaling an end of this expansion is actually near
(1) MUCH. MICH BETTER THAN AVERAGE HAVE than at the start of the comeback, about double the S percent
These, therefore are the months when stimulative pol
BEEN
average
icies should be in plate to prolong the expansion to keep
—Corporate profits As of latest reporting date, aftertax
—Plant and equipment spending — so vita] a force in preworkers and businesses earning mone\ on which they pay the
corporate profits had skyrocketed more than 70 per cent from
vious expansions — has yet to plas a lull part in this ataxes thai will finance trio budget and cul our deficit, and
the bottom against the 43 per cent average of the previous
panaon. with its entire increase in these ;l!i months pul a less when tax-monetan policies also should be in shape to support
five upswings than 25 percent as against a 2S percent average in previous
the expansion and curb inflation
—Housing starts Building of new houses — a fundamental
upturns What's more, as time alone ages our factortei and
But where are the policies, much less Ihe cohesion and
industry in the U.S. with far-reaching impact — has soared
machinery, new factories and equipment are increailhgl) esCoordination^ When is the president" Where are his admdre than 131 per cent in these years against an average rise
sential to noosl and maintain our productivity and control
Where"
YOl/R MONEY'S
WORTH
Haiti is no longer the outcast of the Caribbean
worthy liberalizing sieps undertaken 0) Baby Dot s regime
and second of its stability and encouragement to private
investment
Clearly, Haiti does not have authentic majority rule
but that is scarcely unusual in the developing world the
same could be said, indeed of every single nation in Africa
But unlike such nearby lands as Jamaica and Guyana
which have moved harshly toward socialism in the last
five years Haiti is plainly interested in promoting condi
tions that will attract larger infusions of Yankee dollars
Nowhere is this more remarkable than in tourism A
dozen years ago, guidebooks to the Caribbean were pub
ushed that said not just little but absolutely nothing, tiboul
the island of Hispamola which Haiti shares uith the Dominican Republic The advice given to cruising passengers
in Graham Greene's 'The Comedians ("Patl Haiti by")
was taken generally Even today, Haiti is no men .1 for vacationers who crave 18-hole golf courses, familiar surroundings and reassuringly organized amusements
But at a time when tourists increasingly are pasym;
along disillusioned tales of being received antagomslican\
in lands like Jamaica, the Bahamas and the Virgin IslanAs
and vowing never to return (Jamaica's tourist traffic fell'
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti - More than the voodoo
drums are stirring in Haiti this year The shady lady of the
Caribbean is beginning to come, into her own
For close to two centuries Haiti has been the outcast
nation of the Western Hemisphere — first, because of the
slave revolt that led to its creation (and thus unnerved its
slaveholding neighbors), more recently, because of the
eerily totalitarian rule of the late Francois (Papa Doc) I Hi
valier and his sinister militia, the Tontons Macoutes
It would be premature to assert that all is changed in
Haiti. Politically, the government is still less than a model
of parliamentary democracy: it is the property now of
Papa Doc's son, Jean-Claud#(Raby Doc) Duvalier — who
at the time of his father's death in 1971 was named, at the
precocious age of 19, the new "President for Life ' And
economically, Haiti remains the poorest, most ill-fed nation
in this half of the globe with a 1975 percapita gross national product of 1188 (compared with $7,048 in the U S ) .
But change is in the frangipaniscented wind in Haiti,
and in happy contrast with much of what is occurring elsewhere in the Caribbean the change is mostly for the better
LOl IS .
RIKEYSER
IIMIimilllMlllllimillttlHIIIIIIHIIMHIM
- from the viewpoints or both Haiti and the United States
The result is an economy that, while still frighteningly undernourished is palpably Strengthening Investment is picking up, American tourists are rediscovering the island and
international did organizations are stepping up their commitments significantly.
Combined assistance from the United States, the World
Bank and others last year totaled $80 million in aid and
loans twice the 1976 figure If not exactly an unqualified
seal of approval it was at least a recognition first of note-
nearly 20 per cent in two years). Haiti's gentle, cheerful,
genuinely friendly people represent 41> million sturdy assets Both in revenue ($22 million in 1975) and in numbers
(85,916 in 1976). ttAinsts have been setting new records in
Haiti each year — even during the U S recession which hit
other islands hard - and the 1978 winter season is the busiest ever
The tounsts more and more find Haiti as unthreatening in appearance as it is in reality They sip rum punches
at the gingerbread-fantasy Grand Hotel Oloffson (the model
for Greene's seedy hotel in "The Comedians") or lounge
half clad at Ihe chic sybaritic Habitation I.eclerc built on
the 20-aere estate where Napoleon's sisler unce scandalized two conuenenli They climb on horseback to the Citadelle a towering mountaintop fortress built to repel a
Krench invasion that never came They comb galleries [or
the gaudy, gay. naive expressions of Haitian art.
Most of ail. they inhale Ihe special charm of a vibrant
exotic nation so long independent — Ike oldest black repub
he in the New World - that it need not cringe or sneer at
visitors of another hue The day may come when Haiti
hardens too. but for now Ihe course of this long-tortured
nation is plainly upward
'Soft energy' seen the solution
LONDON (AP) - He calls
it "soft energy" and in 50
years Amory Lovins says it
can bail America out of its
energy crisis by removing the
reliance on dwindling supplies
of coal, oil and gas
At 30, Lovins, a soft-spoken
American consultant physicist, is a leading advocate of
" s o f t " renewable energy
from the sun, wind, tides and
plants.
He coined the term in an
article in Foreign Affairs
magazine in the fall of 1976
and has been promoting it as
a replacement for fossil fuels
ever since.
"You would use wind machines where it is windy, " Lovins said in an interview with
The Associated Press "You
would use different kinds of
solar collectors, depending on
AUTO DEALER HONORED — Thomas J . DeFellce, center, president of
the climate, in different parts
Circle Chevrolet Co., Inc., Shrewsbury, receives an award honoring him as
of the country.
one of only 65 automobile dealers in the entire nation to be named a Time
"You would have different
Magazine Quality Dealer Award (TMQDA) winner for 1978. Making the
kinds of blomass conversion
presentation In San Francisco at the 61st annual convention of the National
systems, depending on whatAutomobile Dealers Association ( N A D A ) , which cooperates with Time In
ever farm and forestry resithe awards program, Is Richard Heinemann, left, managing director of the
dues happen to be available "
TMQDA program, assisted by Al N. Lehman, executive vice president of
Lovins was invited to the
the New Jersey Automobile Dealers Association.
White House to discuss his
ideas with President Carter
and was hired last spring as a
government energy consultant He is involved in
energy planning in aboul 15
1
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111m
By DAVID K SARGENT
countries
"All the categories of soft
Q — I own shares of Chase
technology I've mentioned
Manhattan, Deere A Com
are now in use somewhere or
pany, Iowa Public Service,
the other, " he said
aid Texaco, all NVSK listed
"They're all commercially
What do you think of these?
available They're all comL.K. Iowa
mercially attractive.
A - If you are still work"When you add all these
ing, you might want to select
up," he said, "It looks like
new investments from issues
w e ' v e got enough w i t h
with greater growth potential,
present technology to meet
Company, which more than
such as American Hospital and rising natural gas prices
essentially all our energy
A dividend increase is pos- quadrupled earnings in the
Supply (NYSE) and K mart
last decade, boosted dividends needs"
(NYSE). However, "if you are sible this year.
Lovins, who left Harvard
retired, or within a year orChase Manhattan provides 180 percent in the same perifor a research fellowship at
two of it, you are in a good a similarly high yield, but od In 1977 the quarterly rate
Oxford, gave up the fellowposition with your portfolio of dividend growth has not been was increased 18 percent to
ship in 1971 to become the
income and cyclical stocks If
impressive in recent years, a the current 3ty cents a share
British representative of the
you are a regular column situation that will probably The farmers' strike and a
Friends of the Earth environreader, you have seen Texaco
continue for a while. Problem weakened demand for farm
mental group
recommended here frequently
loans requiring large contri- equipment domestically have
The Washington. D C , nafor income investors. Divibutions to loan loss reverses depressed the share price
tive lives in London but works
dends have been paid without
have been a major factor In Construction equipment sales
as a guide each summer in
interruption since 1903 and Chase's sluggish record. have been excellent and de
the White Mountains of New
the current 12 annual rate
Gradual improvement of this mand should continue strong
Hampshire "to recharge my
this year Now selling at book
provides a yield of about 8
problem should continue
batteries."
value, (he shares are well
percent. Higher earnings are
Earnings for the year Just enHis book, "Soft Energy
worth buying
expected this year, reflecting ded showed a 9 percent yearPaths," has been published in
a more aggressive manageto-year gain. The shares
Iowa Public Service, your
England, the United States
ment approach, cutbacks in
should be held.
and Europe.
highest yielding issue at 8.7
less profitable retail outlets,
Not surprisingly, Deere & percent, reported a strong
His energy strategy for the
rebound in fiscal 1177 earnUnited States calls for a gradings. C o n s t r u c t i o n exual shift to small-scale, low
technology sources while
penditures will ease off next
wotting hard to conserve fosyear to $7( million from $106
million this year. AU in all, sil fuels.
earnings progress should conBy around the year 2025, he
tinue, but on a more modest
says, the United States may
Learn from the experts how easy it is to have a fireplace inlevel. The March dividend
no longer have to depend on
stalled in your home
coal, oil and gas.
payment was upped from 45
cents to 48 cents a share,
By converting waste vegetamarking the 17th consecutive
tion to methane gas, alcohol
yearly increase in the rate
and other substances, he
777 SHMWSIIKY AVE.
The shares are attractive for says, all ol America's trans747-5220
port needs could be met by
income investors
early in the next century
Large hydroelectric projects
of the type that serve much
of the American West play a
small role in his strategy
He says centralization of
any p o w e r s o u r c e i s expensive nad vulnerable to
sabotage. The measures needed
to protect it adequately, he
contends, could bring controls
"akin to a garrison state "
Atomic power, he predicts,
will be a victim of its own
costliness
"Nuclear power in the year
2000," he said, "might be in
the firewood league, that is,
it might meet as much as I J
per cent of our present delivered energy use."
tions and over 40 deferrals,
many of them indefinite
"Exactly the same thing is
happening in all the major
nuclear countries — France,
Germany, Japan. Britain and
Canada." he said
" I f it really has to pay Its
"If those countries want nuown way, it will fade a m
clear power to amount to a
Lovins said "The US. manu
hill of beans before the oil
facturers expected between
runs out, they will have to put
1974 and 1976 to get over mil
in enormous sums of public
orders They actually got
money for a long lime bailing
nine, along with 12 cancellaout the industry An I don't
think governments have the
political base they need to do
that."
Lovins says It is wasteful to
heat houses and water with
electricity when solar collec
tors are better suited to the
Colonial names Baine
a personal consultant
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Baine Jr., a vice president of
Colonial First National Hank,
has been appointed "personal
financial consultant "
t
Mr Baine, a veteran of 30
years in the banking industry,
will be available throughout
the network of Colonial's 24
branches to assist customers
In the most effective use of
the bank's services
" J u d g i n g from (ieorge
Baine's background — in the
trust department, in customers' securities department
and as trust investment officer, he is uniquely qualified
and equipped to render a
most comprehensive personal
financial consulting service,"
said Colonial president Hairy
W Blank.
Mr. Baine. a native of Had
Bank, graduated from Red
Bank High and Dartmouth
College and married a Red
Bank girl, the former Betty
Jean Doremus He joined Colonial First National in 1956
after eight years with ( o n
necticut financial institutions
A onetime all-state base
ball player and semi-pro
baseball player, h a v i n g
played a number of years
with the Red Bank Towners
and a former collegiate basketball official, Mr Baine be
came Interested in banking
Using electricity lor low
grade jobs " I s like cutting
butter with a chain saw," he
wrote in his Foreign Affairs
a r t i c l e , which broke the
magazine's record for reprint
requests within a year of original publication
Electricity is required. Lovins said, for aboul 8 percent
of Amenta's energy demands
- for such things as lighting,
electronics,
' telecommunications,
elec-
trometallurgy,
electrochemistry and motors But
he said "it now meets 13 percent of our end-use needs and
its generation consumes 29
percent of our fossil f u e l s "
Lovins urges Insulation of
homes, more efficient cars
and recycling of waste heat
by industry as measures to
make fossil fuels last until
Soft energy can take over
He said it is possible to
build "a completely passive
solar house" that would retain heat from the sun without using solar panels even in
cold climates
He said if a l l A m e r i c a n
houses were built that way
for the next 12 years, over the'
next 30 years the country
could save at least as much
oil as it expects to gel out of
Alaska
"We're rather in the position of somebody who can't
fill up Ihe bathtub because
the water keeps running out,"
he said
"We're told what you need
is a bigger water heater I
t h i n k w h a t we n e e d i s a
plug "
NEW JERSEY HOMEOWNERS:
George F. Balie
after serving as a cryptographer in World War I I He enlisted shortly before Pearl
H a r b o r as a p r i v a t e a n d
emerged a captain in 1946
"This appointment will allow me to work closely with
our customers, or* a personal
one-on-one basis," Mr Baine
said " I t ' s a very unique service — and Colonial is, 1 believe, the only bank in New
Jersey that is offering its customers this kind of assistance We hope it will work
out to be personalized banking' at Its very best 1 "
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"
SHREWSBURY. N J
William F. Sandford, Associate Editor
MONDAY MARCH 6 1978
Bird seed
Perils of low radiation levels
• y JACK ANDERSON
We began reporting a year
a g o that t h e 1»57 " B i g
Smoky" atomic bomb test
had led some invisible Injuries. The military volunteers, who survived the test
seemingly unscathed, are now iiiimiiMiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiimiiMuiiimiiiHiiiii
in danger of dying from leu- posed to have one.
kemia. They are vlctimi of
Then Health, Education and
low-level radiation.
.Welfare Secretary Joseph
But nuclear tests aren't the Califano Interrupted with his
only source of this insidious own report. According to the
menace. We have also report- confidential minutes Califano
ed that some nuclear facil- informed the president that
ities have been bombarding the Center for Disease Conthe public with low doses of trol In Atlanta "Is concerned
radiation for y e a n . Unsus- that the incidence of leupecting workers and neigh- kemia in connection with
bors may be in the same dan- these tests may Indicate that
ger a i the survivors of Big more cancers result from low
levels of radiation than preSmoky.
This disturbing subject was viously thought."
discussed recently behind
The publicity over Big
closed White House doors. De- Smoky has stimulated a flood
f e n s e S e c r e t a r y Harold of letters and phone calls to
Brown reported to President the Pentagon from serviceCarter that the "whole series men who participated in nuof tests In the 1990s In Nevada clear tests In Nevada and the
a n now getting attention be- South Pacific. Hundreds of
cause of the alleged after-ef- them have reported they are
fects."
suffering from leukemia and
Brown explained that he other maladies.
personally had attended some
This does not mean, of
of the nuclear tests while di- courae, that their diseases
rector of the Llvermore Labo- were caused by radiation exratories. He assured the pres- posure. But the Pentagon li
ident that he had always busily pulling together the
worn a radiation badge and names of 200,000 to 300,000
"at lean one member of each military personnel who are
group in an area" was sup- believed to have participated
WASHINGTON
SCENE
in IN atmospheric tests between 1MB and 1*2 A spokesman promised to "fulfill the
government's responsibility to
the people involved "
In contrast, the Energy Department has joined the nuclear Industry In hushing up
the disagreeable Information
about the tow-level radiation
that emanates from peaceful
ANDERSON
nuclear facilities.
University of Pittsburgh
Professor Thomas F. Man- whose preliminary analysis
cuso spent more than 12 years wai so obtuse that associates
on an epldemiological study complained they "couldn't
of atomic workers at the gov- make heads or tails of it."
ernment's Hanford, Wash.,
At Oak Ridge, the governplant.
ment hired Dr. Edythalena
His findings turned out to
Tompklns to make an "objecbe the opposite of what the
tive analysis" of the Mancuso
Energy Department had
data. She has a reputation as
hoped. His superiors had enan apologist for the nuclear
couraged him to debunk the
Industry. Her husband, Dr.
research of another scientist
Paul Tompklns, headed the
who found inexplicable canFederal Radiation Council In
cer Increases among Hanford
the IMOs when It raised perworkers. Instead, Mancuso
missible radiation dose levels
confirmed these findings.
for the general population by
The professor was ordered 20 times. ' ..
to turn over his data to scientists at the government-conDr. Edythalena Tompklns
trolled laboratories in Oak told our associate Howard
Ridge, Tenn., and the govern- Rosenberg that she stIU bement-contracted Battelle Pa- lieves low levels of radiation
cific Northwest Labs In Rich- not only are harmless but, In,,
land, Wash. None of these sci- fact, "stimulate the body's
entists had ever conducted a natural repair mechanisms."
human epidemlological study.
This should startle the docAt Battelle, the study was tors at the Disease Control
assigned to Dr. Ethel Gilbert Center.
The superiors who look the
research project out of Mancuso's hands were Assistant
Energy Secretary Dr. James
Uverman and project supervisor Dr. Sidney Marks. Now
Marks has resigned from the
government and turned up at
the Battelle labs where he
now supervises the analysis
of the Mancuso project.
Embattled dissident scientists and environmentalists
have raised such a hue and
cry that the Energy Department has been compelled to
conduct a grudging Internal
Investigation. A House Commerce subcommittee, alerted
by our stories, is also Investigating. It has accused
Energy Department officials
of a "cover up."
Despite Mancuso's alarming findings, the Industrybacked National Council on
Radiation Protection Is recommending that permissible
worker radiation doses should
be raised five-fold. Government officials have recently
quoted these recommendations as evidence that atomic
workers are in no danger.
The government Is eager to
suppress evidence that radiation exposure at low levels la
an occupational hazard. For
this could cost the nuclear Industry millions in workman's
compensation'.
The Dioimes: A sad story
Marlboro Hospital accredited
It is pleasant to learn that Marlboro Psychiatric Hospital has been
granted full accreditation by the
Joint Commission on Hospital Accreditation (JCHA).
If it had not been accredited the
hospital would have faced the loss of
federal reimbursement lor the treat
meht of Medicaid and Medicare
patients.
A JCHA evaluation team visited
the hospital in November, spending
five days surveying the hospital and
two days surveying the children's
unit. Ann Klein, state commissioner
of human services received the word
of the team's positive findings last
week.
The hospital two years ago lost
its accreditation — but regained it
on an appeal — based on findings
that the hospital was deficient in the
areas of treatment plans, medical
records and safety measures. At that
time a JCHA team recommended
improvements in patient environment dietetic services, outpatient
services and activity program services and it directed that the hospital establish a full range of social,
educational and recreational activities
for geriatric patients for each day of
the week.
About the accreditation, which
will last for two years, Mrs. Klein
said: "We are" pleased with the results of the JCHA visit and congratulate hospital administrator Roy
Ettlinger and the entire hospital
staff for their excellent efforts on behalf of Marlboro's patients."
Irving J. Feist
Irving J. F e i s t , president of
Feist & Feist real estate firm located in Newark, died a week ago
today.
A resident of Shrewsbury for
many years Mr. F e i s t in recent
years had lived in New York City.
One of the nation's most prominent
Realtors, Mr. Feist developed large
shopping centers across the nation,
including what i s now Monmouth
Mall in Eatontown.
IIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIII
I
Illllllll
Emilie fled to a convent
She died alone of an epileptic
seizure. With the assistance
of James Brough, the quints
wrote a book castigating their
existences called "We Were
Five." More recently, Pierre
iiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiii Berton has written "The
ness - the good children, the Dionne Years." The second is
good doctor, the good papa, more tragic than the first.
The girls were 21 when
the good money.
BISHOP
It wasn't like that. The papa called a press conferquints were Isolated from ence to announce: "We were
brothers and sisters. They not surprised when the quints the Catholic church as nuns.
weren't allowed to speak did not come home for Christ- After a 12-year absence, they
English. The provincial gov- mas. The quints lately have returned home. Their siblings
ernment of Ontario stole the been treating their brothers laughed at the awkward attempts to speak English.
quints from poppa on the and sisters with contempt."
Cecile had twin boys. One
Annette met Germain AI
premise that he didn't know
how to handle money. As the lard and married him. Cecile died at the age of 15 months.
girls grew, they were per- met Philippe Langols and Marie began to drink. Annette
mitted, on occasion, to say In married him. The girls did said she had to lock her liquor
not know how to cook, sew, cabinet when her sister visFrench: "We are so happy."
i When they passed their 18th clean a house, or how t o ited. Eight years a p . Marie
birthday, they told the world serve a husband. They were was found dead In her aparttheir upbringing was miser- confused cocoons, not pre- ment.
And then there were three.
able. They broke away from pared to flower.
Marie opened a shop and Annette, Yvonne, Cecile.
the father who s e e m e d
Each
has an estate of almost
jealous of their suitors. They lost money. She had a nercut loose from the mother vous breakdown and had 1100,000 which will be paid
who always bought them five shock therapy. Later, she next year. The three live near
oversized print dresses. They married a man 14 years older each other In St. Bruno. They
hardly knew their brothers than herself. All of them, at are middle-aged ladles. Their
one time, sought the refuge of biggest luxury appears to be
and sisters.
THE
REPORTER
in spending time on the phone
with each other.
Annette tries to support
four children on 1345 a month,
the interest on her trust fund.
Yvonne, who didn't marry, Is
a recluse. She does volunteer
work In the St. Bruno library.
In a supermarket, Cecile
checks groceries andringsup
the purchases.
Poppa Dionne Is old and
quiet. He and Eliire moved
out of the big house long ago.
Two years ago, on their golden wedding anniversary, they
received a card from Annette,
Yvonne and Cecile. That's all.
A promolor owns the original farmhouse. For a small
fee, anyone can stare at the
bed on which Elzlre first felt
the sharp pangs of labor so
long ago. There Is the kitchen
table, slightly chipped, where
the tiny infants were first
bathed with warm oil and fed
with eye droppers.
It's an old story. Dafoe
died. Poppa waits for spring
skies. Momma bends over an
old stove. Gossips man the
phones. Somewhere on the
long road, love died...
Report from Benedict Arnold
IIIIIIIIIIIIIMHHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII
(James J. Kllpatrlck is
on vacation.)
that influential in writing U.S.
policy, why don't they do
something about inflation?
Illllll
"Dear BUI, next let's propose
to the United States Senate
through your good offices a
Guantanamo Bay treaty,
By WILLIAM F. BUCKLEY
same terms as Comrade TorJR.
rijos'. Arrange another deSen. John Tower was rebate with Ronald Reagan, use
counting some of his diffitiiiimii
mi
Him same rhetoric, with fondest
culties in Texas. "There's one
regards Fidel Castro."
guy. He's sort of their leader.
At least there is a trace of
He writes me maybe once, the Panama Canal treaties?
twice a week, giving me hell, One wonders what the ACA wit there, never mind that
Enid's own Castro ignores the
why did I do this, why didn't said, back In those days,
with farmland disappearing, our naargument that the United
1 do that. I always reply per- about giving away the Philiption and the world will become more
States would be better off uns o n a l l y , try to e x p l a i n . pines, in which of course we
had
a
much
h
i
g
h
e
r
inder the proposed treaties
Doesn't do any good. Yog
and more dependent on food that is
vestment
than
ever
we
had
In
rather than worse off. I would
know what he answered when
grown under water.
glady debate the proposal
I pointed out to him that I Panama; but I am being disThe senator also believes the
that we should g i v e up
had an ACA record of 92? tracted by Issues, whereas
Agriculture Department "won'l act
Guantanamo if 1 could con"That prov«.: vou're eight per- this is Intended to be a piece
on political manners.
to despoil the waters any more than
vince myself that we would
cent Communist'."
be better off by doing so.
Oh, but I have some choice
it would despoil the land."
Can anyone Imagine the
Anyway, you get the idea:
kind of mail Sen. Tower ones. This morning there is a
Congress i s considering providpeople who believe in the dewould be getting If he decided telegram from a gentleman in
ing federal aid for the development
sirability of the Panama
suddenly to vote in favor of Enid, Okla. The text i s :
of an aquaculture industry in the
treaties are pro-Castro — just
in case you missed the point.
U.S. If New Jersey is to share in
Yesterday's mail brought a
that program, it would be essential
choice one from one James P.
that the state have its own Division
Tucker Jr., who is the managof Aquaculture.
ing editor of something called
Mr. Schnabel says New Jersey
"The Spotlight — The Paper
was the biggest shellfish producing
You Can Trust."
I cannot hold It back from
state in the nation 20 years ago and
you:
he thinks it would again be a major
"Dear Mr. Buckley. Last
producer if the switch to the AgriDecember The Atlantic pubculture Department is made.
lished an article by San ford J.
We believe there is considerable
Unger about the Panama
Canal treaties stating that
merit in the Bedell-Kozloski bills
there have been many promoand we hope the legislature can be
ters who have offered to 'sell'
convinced that, besides the potential
their professional services to
benefits for shell fishermen the new
the backers of the Panama
law could benefit mankind.
Canal treaties and not all of
them, he said, were liberals.
He alto said the following:
'Inevitably, the promoters
with solid conservative ties
comes on the strongest, insistMonmouth Council of Boy Scouts
ing they have more clout with
has known Mr. Feist since he joined
the treaties1 ardent opponents;
it in 1930 and he is one of the reafor a price they could be persuaded to try and turn their
sons it is such a fine organization.
own folks around on the. IsIn addition he found time to be a
sue.' I am writing to ask you,
leading figure in national and inter• s a one-time 'conservative
national scouting.
leader' whether or not you
have any Idea who Mr. linger
Mr. Feist was a kind, warm, softmay be talking about."
spoken and generous gentleman.
'Strange, there's never any answer.
We're sorry he has left us, and offer
Now kindergarten students
This it the name and address
of rhetoric will size up the
our condolences to his wonderful
1
he gave during the 1976 campaign.
tendency-of that commafamily.
We join Mrs. Klein in extending
those congratulations and we believe
the public should be grateful to
know that the hospital has made
such progress in its care and treatment of the mentally ill.
The aquaculture bill
State Sen. Eugene J. Bedell has
introduced a bill — matching one introduced in the Assembly by Walter
J. Kozloski — which would create a
Division of Aquaculture in the state
Department of Agriculture.
If it is authorized, the division
would regulate the state's shellfish
industry which is now under the control of the state Department of Environmental Protection.
Robert Schnabel, a former Red
Banker is chairman of the Atlantic
Coast Shellfish Council. He says
clammers and oystermen cannot
survive if their industry continues
under the thumb of the environmentalists. One reason he gives is that
the department, is splintered into
three divisions — water resources,
marine services and fish and game.
Another reason he advances is that
the department just isn't oriented to
food producing.
Sen. Bedell makes the point that
shell fishermen are very close to
being water farmers. He says that
By JIM BISHOP
One of the all-time great
stories hit the headlines 44
years ago this spring. The
Dlonne quintuplets were born.
A world In depression hugged
the good news that somewhere in a place called Callander, Ontario, an old-fashioned country doctor had delivered a farmer's wife of
five, living, Identical sisters.
The story Is old. Quintuplets
may be delivered today because of misapplication of
birth control pills. In addition,
there is a sardonic whowants'em attitude. Elzlre
Dionne had older children.
Oliva Dionne, a religious
French-Canadian farmer, did
not seem to think that five
babies were more unusual
than two or three until the
cash offers arrived. .
"See The Happy Quints!"
the soap advertisements proclaimed. And the baby oil
ads. And the cereals. And the
syndicated,photos. And exclusive magazine articles. If
Marie Dionne coughed, the
world shuddered. The continuing story was one of good-
CONSERVATIVE
VIEW
WeU, weU. I called Ronald
Reagan/the other day and
asked him If he was short on
hate-mail, as I'd be glad to
send him some of mine. He
chuckled. He knows. Poor
Reagan, he got it when he
nominated Sen. Schweicker.
KILPATRICK
On that occasion I had to
nication from the quotation write to any number of people
marks plus the operative ad- to try to convince them that
verb, "one-time." I.e., the ad- Ronald Reagan had not, In
dressee is no longer a con- fact, sold out to the Commuservative, no longer a leader nists, that his selection of a
because he has broken the liberal Republican was politifaith on the Panama Canal cally and traditionally justifiTreaties. And, of course, by able. Most of his supporters
implication, he has done so finally rallied to him, but for
for a fee. An appropriate re- a week or two, there was no
sponse for such as Mr. Tuck- forgiving him. He was woner is "My fee was one million derfully good natured about it
dollars plus life-time free pas- (save toward what one might
sage through Canal for my call the Mississippi Factor);
sailboat. Will reverse myself and so am I determined to be,
if you can i m p r o v e ' t h e though as Harry Truman
terms."
once said years after the
Then there are the 10 let- event about the music critic
ters per day on the theme who had savaged Margaret,
that the purpose of the Pan- using rather more forthright
ama treaties Is to bail out a language, I think If I ran into
couple of U.S. banks that are Tucker, I would show him
overextended in Panama, to that this one-time "conwhich the obvious answer is servative leader" has not lost
that If American banks are all his punch.
Today in history
By Tie Associated Press
In IMS, during World War
II, the German city of Cologne fell to the U.S. 1st
Army.
In 1»5J, Georgi Malenkov
became Soviet premier after
the death of Josef Stalin.
In 1157, the former British
African colonies of the Gold
Coast and Togoland became
the Independent s t a t e of
Ghana.
la 1174. President Richard
Nixon, In a televised news
conference, dented he had
ever approved hush money or
clemency for the Watergate
defendants.
Ten years ago: North Vietnamese gunners shot down a
U.S. Air Force transport
plane, killing 44 passengers
and five crewmen.
Five years ago: The Nixon
administration
reimposed
mandatory price controls on
the country's biggest oU companies, affecting crude oil,
gasoline, beating oil and other
refinery products.
One y e a r a g o : I s r a e l i
Prune Minister YlUhak Rabin arrived In Washington for
a meeting with President Carter and be said Israel would
do Its utmost to help advance
the cause of peace.
SHREWSBURY, N a
MONDAY. MARCH 6.1978
T h e Dtkify Register
7
9
Voight returns to screen in ^Coming Home
NEW YORK-lt hat been
(our yean since Jon Voight
last found a movie worthy of
his participation, but the wait
has paid off handsomely.
His latest, "Coming Home,"
is the first Hollywood film to
deal seriously and successfully with the problems faced
by veterans of the Vietnam
war. Its language is strong,
iti images of both sex and
suffering sometimes explicit.
It is a compassionate and intelligent statement, however,
marked by dedication from
its makers—including director
Hal Ashby, a c t r e s s Jane
Fonda as a socially awakening woman, and Voight as a
paraplegic with whom she
falls in love.
tally destroyed by the brutality he finds there
"I would have played it a
lot differently from toe way
Bruce Dem did." Voight says,
"and I wouldn't have played
it nearly as well, though some
people do see me as a sort of
all-American personality."
In any event, he asked to
portray the paraplegic instead.
"I had a strong, visceral
feeling about that role," he
recalls. "I had experience
with veterans, and I thought I
could represent that emotional tone well. I knew I was
right when I saw the first
day's 'rushes,' which showed
a breakdown scene in the hospital. I said yes, I'm crazy,
It was a project that meant that's me!"
a lot to Voight, who was an Despite his enthusiasm for
active protester during the the movie and his part in it,
Vietnam war years. •
Voight does not consider
"Parts don't come along "Coming Home" a "mes-.
very often that I really want sage" picture. "A movie
to play," he admitted during doesn't mean anything," he
a recent interview, "but this maintains. "It can't change
was one."
people's consciousness of anyOriginally tie was offered a thing.
different role—the Fonda
This feeling that "it's just a
character's husband, who movie, folks" doesn't mean
can't wait to go to "Nam" Voight passes films off lightly.
and kill people, but is men- ''I take the movies very se-
His films include such hits
as "Deliverance" and "Midnight C o w b o y , " w h i c h
launched him to stardom, and
even his less successful efforts—such as "Conrack" and
"The ' E n d
of
the
Game"—have been stabs at
something worthwhile, as was
"The R e v o l u t i o n a r y , " a
brilliant political parable that
found an undeservedly small
audience.
When Voight says he is "in
the film business in a serious
way," he means it. "In fact,
I'm too serious," he adds.
"It's a flaw. I hope my work
in the future will be mtore
lighthearted." Still, "there
are other things in my life."
And sometimes these mean
the most to him, as was the
case during the Vietnam era.
"I was actively involved in
Voight is a versatile per- getting people educated, and
former, and his career has re- getting myself educated," he
flected this. "I do little of ev- recalls. "I made speeches for
erything, but I do every- George McGovern, and used
thing," he says, referring to his presidential campaign as
his continuing interest in the- a way of talking to people
ater, movies, and TV. Though about the war I did slide
he is choosy about his proj- shows with Jane Fonda and
ects in all media, lately he TomHayden. . .*."
has been relatively active onNow he sees this activity as
stage
directly related to his work in
riously," he says. "I love
them because they're the
means by which I express my
feelings It's just that I don't
think a movie or my feelings
are the answer to anything
"Still, they can have further ramifications down the
line. There are other people
attending your work, and everything that's nice is going
to contribute to the nice side
of things, and everything
that's a little sloppy or indulgent or wrongly directed is
going to put the balance on
that aide. I'm always in selfdoubt. I question myself at
every turn. This film holds up
pretty good so far—and there
are those that haven't held
up, though I've always gone
into my work with good intentions. . . ."
"Coming Home," where he
again teams with Fonda "In
my experience of relating to
this information, and gaining
more, I'd always seek out the
veterans," he says "I'd almost be able to recognize
them, from what they looked
like or felt like during my
speech
"They were often there to
see if some dope was going to
talk about their experiences
in a condescending way. I
was very aware of that possibility, and consciously tried to
avoid representing myself as
knowing more than'I did, and '
I'd check out my information
at every possible turn. . . .
"I would relate to a lone
(hat I saw in those guys. I
saw a lot of faces, and a lot of
things in those faces. When
they talked about the war,
they vere talking about a
place where they were—a
horrible, strange place which
they shared as a brotherhood
1 knew and hoped I'd never
be a part of It. I knew at that
VOIGHT RETURNS - Actor Jon Voight, portraying a disabled war vetermoment I could not underan, comforts a discharged soldier In a scene from the movie "Coming
stand it, but 1 respected it."
Home."
All this came back to mind
when "Coming Home" was I had a lot of strong feelings, to see how it felt The guys people «»» took criticism of
offered to Voight. He ex- and was anxious that nobody became my buddies, and government policy as though
plained: "I wanted to do it do the job wrong "
pointed oul mistakes I made it were something unpatriotic.
because I thought 1 was one Since feelings alone aren't They were textbooks of infor- They were frightened people,
of the few people around who enough, Voight also did re- mation, a library of living and they were wrong, in my
would understand enough to search on the sort of charac- aides to help me gel through view. Nothing grows without
respect this emotional tone I ter he was to portray.
some reflection People leam
the film."
had found Maybe that's a
Now that- it's over, Voight most from mistakes. If you
"I played basketball for
NEW YORK (AP) - The contrast was intriguing. Dr
moviemaker's approach to the series. "Everything is preced- very conceited and silly re- five weeks with paraplegics," doesn't see "Coming Home" can learn from the mistakes
Denton Cooley, the heart surgeon, on film, performing a delied by some fantastic animation, and once the audience as- mark—there are a lot of he says, "to get my muscles as gratuitously opening a sad of others in the past, you're
heavyweight and good people in shape and leam about the chapter in US history. "I'm lucky. Most people have to
cate triple bypass operation; producer Alfred Kelman, in the similates that, we go on to the next stage.
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studio, supervising the mix of sound and film.
"In 'The Red River,' four cases are highlighted this in my profession—but I did go wheelchair and get to know patriotic," he Insists. "I was experience things to learn
way," he said, "to demonstrate the juxtaposition of medical through that experience, and the Mys I lived pretty much raised to be patriotic. I'm them Direct experience is a
Indeed, Kelman spoke several times during the next hour
1 knew a lot about those guys. on the set, trying everything pleased to be a member of great teacher. . . . "
problems with normal body functions."
of "juxtaposition" and "point-counterpoint" in discussing
"The Body Human: The Red River," to be telecast tonight at
this community—(he human
8 p.m. EST on CBS. He hardly had Cooley's work and his own
race, America, and my famiin mind, but the comparison is an apt one.
ly at this time In the history
Kelman described an animated' sequence at the outset of
of the world. I have a lot of
the film, an artist's depiction of the heart and its function
attachment to the surround"And if you understand this much," the producer said, "you
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By ANN McCONIGA
Christian Srlfncf Monitor
KKNNKWICK, Wash -Many young people I talk with are
looking lor in individual expression of their life-style in terms
of house design, unconventional though it may be. I always
encourage them to get tome balsa wood and start building
model houses. That Is what my husband and I did in designing
our original "dream house" several years ago
Lifestyle
8 SHREWSBURY. N J
MONDAY. MARCH 6. 1978
Recently, in designing a second house, I was on my own,
and resorted to something I could handle more easily than
balsa wood: key punch cards.
Key punch cards are cut true; they are strong, and can
be fastened with rubber cement Most architects, I believe,
would be horrified at this approach, but since Its construction,
the finished house has received written compliments from two
of them
,
Next, I got the final plans drawn I am not a draftsman,
but I found that by using scale paper—printed Crosshatch,
that is—I could handle the elevations and floor layouts showing the most important construction details. A scale of 1 inch
equals 2 feet or 1 inch equals 4 feet Is fairly easy to work
with. But these drawings were not adequate to serve as working drawings for electrical, heating, plumbing, and framing.
So a contractor, who had done a lot of the construction on our
first house, took my plans and the model and made working
drawings.
The site of the house is a gently sloping hillside and one of
my ideas was to follow the slope by Joining three triangular
modules, each a step lower than the other. The inside effect Is
six levels—three on the ground and three on the second floor.
But the, stepping down is not obvious from the outside—the
house appears to hug the hillside
My hope was that it would look like a monolithic sculpture To me a sculpture on the landscape is a pleasing idea as
long as you don't sacrifice the primary functions of a house.
Another feature I wanted to accomplish was to use the entrance hall as an art gallery for paintings and pottery by
members of my family. Their work sets the style and provides the decor for the entire house
I was fortunate to have a skilled and reliable contractor.
However, he was too busy to do anything but the foundation
and framing, but these were the most important in the light of
my limited experience. He is a master at framing and although he did not alter my design he suggested a better way
of placing the rafters that was cheaper and stronger. Another
rather unusual arrangement was that he framed and sheathed
the whole structure with plywood, but left the windows to be
cut by us later I was not satisfied with the windows I had designed and was not sure how much glass area we could afford.
Son pitches in
My son, who is a professional artist, agreed to help all he
could. He looked at my windows and said he thought he had
some better ideas—and he certainly did. He also had a friend
who was working with stained glass who agreed to help him
cut the openings and do the framing They installed doubleglazed windows with 1 % inch-dead air space between panes.
Our glass supplier told us this would be equal to 4 inches of
Fiberglas insulation.
In building a very large pentagonal-shaped window on the
southeast we decided to use tinted glass. Our glass supplier
told us double-paned tinted glass is liable to explode when exposed to intense sunlight, so we used tinted for'the exterior
and clear for the interior.
One of the windows is a geodesic shape that forms a planter box on the kitchen wall The other kitchen wall has an
"emerald cut" skylight window on the sloping ceiling over the
counters. The boxed rafters that It rests on are lined with
OPEN FEELING — Luclte panels on stair rollings give an open look to upper and lower levels.
mirrors. Sitting at the nearby breakfast bar, we watch airplanes and birds cross our line of vision, and in just the right
spot, at the right time, we can view the moon in both the
south and northside mirrors slmultanepusly.
The rest of the windows either follow the roof lines or oppose them. As you might expect, there is not a single conventional window in the house and several frame views of the
beautiful Columbia River below.
The conservatory, or you might call it a solar greenhouse,
has air vents. Other sources of fresh air are large double sliding glass doors, shuttered with inside bifold shutters in most
of the rooms both upstairs and down. The bathrooms and the
kitchen stove have forced air vents.
We had decided that red cedar shakes were worth the extra expense in durability and insulating qualities (we had
used them on the roof of our first home) and that we would
also use them on the north faces of the house as well as the
roof I had planned to use tongue-andgroove cedar boards to
run parallel to the steep roof on the south side. This took my
fancy because of the handsome pattern they created.
When I decided to see how the shakes would look on the
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My hope was that
it would look like
a monolithic sculpture"
north side, winter was about to set in and my son and his
friend covered the house in black tarpaper to protect the plywood sheathing. The roof was shaked but the windows were
not cut. I put on about five rows of shakes, but I was a little
less than thrilled with the result so I decided to wait until better weather when the boys would return to cut the windows
and shake the exterior walls.
Sawing the shakes
When they saw the shakes 1 had put on they were disappointed too, but by the time they had installed the windows
they approached me with another idea. How about sawing the
shakes so that the exposed edges would parallel the roof lines
in the same way I had planned to use the cedar boards on the
south side? I was astonished. "You mean you are willing to
saw each and every one of those shakes? It will take forever!1;
.
"We can set the proper angle on the table saw and it
won't be so bad with two of us to do it," they answered. They
cut a few and experimented with them. The effect was so
pleasing we could not retreat.
They spent two weeks just sawing shakes. 1 shared the
misery of their tedium by hand brushing a bleach-stain on every sawed shake after I got home from work each night.
Some wfiv left unsawed to follow the horizontal roof lines on
the east and west.
I also took on the job of stapling up the Fiberglas insulation between the studs as far as I could reach with a 20foot extension ladder. The sheetrock contractor later Insulated the peaks from his scaffolding.
Another chore I took on was to put the regular shakes on
the ends of the three triangles where the roof lines were horizontal and close to the ground. I also stained all of the tongueand-grooved 8-inch cedar for the south sides and around the
entrance. And thanks to my son who offered to install it, we
were able to use more natural cedar for the interior walls
than I had planned. He ran the tongue-and-groove boards parallel to the ceiling pitches greatly enhancing the wall patterns.
Artist paints walls
SCULPTURED LOOK — This, home In Washington State Is composed of three cedar-paneled triangular modules and presents a sculptured appearance.
Some of the walls and ceilings are hardboard covered
with a rough plaster. My artist son handpainted them in beautifully shaded colors and original designs that blend with or
enhance the cedar walls
We used lucite panels instead of wooden spindles in the
stair railing, which gives an open feeling to the combination
entrance hall/art gallery below. Planters on the floor in front
of the lucite add to safety and provide decorative greenery
visible both upstairs and down.
The landscaping keeps the surroundings as natural as possible: a thick grove of pine and fir on the east (my husband
and 1 planted the pines 12 years ago from 6-inch seedlings)
On the west, the grounds are covered in sagebrush and basalt
boulders and to the north, the county park along the Columbia
River below. We have surrounded the house with large bark
chips and ground ivy plus a few low plantings of scotch heather. The rest of the planting consists of bulbs and rock plants
among the natural rocks
Because we built the house as money, workmen, and materials were available (over a period of 3 years) we suffered
escalating costs, but it enabled us to build carefully and with
sound materials and construction.
Opinions differ on scoring interpretation
Dear Readers: I hate to admit It but I'm giving in.. I
wasn't too crazy about the Sex Test.for Teenagers (composed
by a teenager in 1966) but I printed it because I believed it
had some redeeming features. .
The response was incredible. Teens (and their parents)
had plenty to say, both pro and con. Four years later, four
Memphis teenagers "updated" the Sex Test and I printed it.
Again, the ceiling fell in.
Since 1970, I have received over 5,000 "updated" Sox
Tests. F.ach contributor insists I owe it to my young readers
to print a new one. They say anyone who digs cats between 13
and II has got to know times have changed and if I really
want to help teenagers, I'd better tell it like it is NOW. So here's the 1978 Teenage Sex Test, submitted by five teenagers
(three girls and two boys, ages IS to 17). They attend a public
high school In Dayton, Ohio The scoring guide is at the end.
Instructions for scoring: For each yes answer, give yourself the number indicated. Ready? Here it is: Have you:
Ever been out with a member of the opposite sex? 2
Ever engaged in light making-out? Kissing but no intimate
touching? 2
Ever gotten or given a hickey ? -2
Ever said I love you? 3
Ever said I love you to more than one person in
the same week? 4
Ever removed part of your clothing while making
out In a car? 4
Ever masturbated? 2
Ever gone all the way with a member of the
opposite sex? 5
Ever done so without using a contraceptive? 6
Ever tried sex with a member of your own sex? 8
Ever tried cigarets? 1
Do you smoke regularly? 3
Do you smoke pot regularly ? S
Ever mix pot with pills? 6
ANN LANDERS
Ever tripped on LSD? 7
Ever done Angel Dust, cocaine, or heroin? 8
Ever had an abortion or been responsible
for one° 8
Ever wake up and not been able to remember
what you did? 7
Ever get a girl pregnant? 8
Ever considered getting pregnant so you could hook a guy1*
8
Ever had group sex? 8
SCORING GUIDE:
7 or under Candidate for Sainthood
8 to 16 Normal and Decent
17 to 30 Heading for Serious Trouble
31 to 40 In Serious Trouble and Plenty Messed Up
41 or over Either You Are a Damned Fool or Completely
Freaked Out
Note From Ann Landers: Maybe I'm a wiggy antique, but
in my opinion, anyone who scores more than 12 is not "Normal and Decent."
Dear Ann Landers: I Just finished reading your column
"Been There and Still \m" and had to laugh a little.
-""
I am a married man who has worked steady for the past 3
years, going to college at nights, supporting my family. To
finish my education, I quit a SIZ.IM-a-year Job aid my wife
weit to work at a bank. Although I receive a nice VA payment to go to school, I agreed to reverse roles with my wife.
I kave been cooking, Meaning, washing, waxing, and
doing all Ike housework (or the past six months and I love It.
I nave never felt so needed or enjoyed so much satisfaction In
all my life. We have an eight year-old daughter who keeps mr
\
running with all her friends.
My wife loves her Job and says she never kad II so good.
Common sense and adaptability on both onr parts will enable
me to finish school, Improve our standard of living and give
my wonderful wife a break In her lifestyle. If yon kave the
Idea that I might be a little bit "feminine," let me tell you I
served In the Army In Vietnam as a sergeant In the Mtd-Kvar
corps and I've never felt more of a man tkaa I do now.
Maybe If yon publish this letter It will give other knsbands
the conragr to do what I have done. It might look strange to
outsiders, but It has certainly worked wonders for ns. — Flip
Side Of The Coin
Dear Flip: You are not as offbeat as you seem to think,
Mister. Thousands of other married couples have switched
roles and find it extremely rewarding.
I applaud those who have the courage to swim against the
tide. Apparently the switching of roles in your family has
made everybody happy - and that's the name of the game.
Happiness comes from trading moms
FOLKS:
Do not take offense to what
I am writing today.
Please listen to the consensus of letters received
over the last few years from
those who must take In their
elderly mothers or fathers
and welcome them into their
homes. Sometimes it's hard
Just a bit ago we got one
20-page letter from two neigh-
bors (not kin to each other)
who had this happen to them.
And you know what?
I think that they might
have just come up with a
most brilliant new idea that I
don't think any psychiatrist
has thought of before.
Both of their mothers (and
this could apply to fathers)
were "demanding, imperial,"
and they even used the word
HINTS FROM HELOISE
"suffocating"...
Know what they did?
They traded mothers!
Mrs. A took Mrs. B's mother. Mrs. B took Mrs. A's
mother, and all they had to
do was trade bedrooms. After
three months Mrs. B's mother
"straightened up and flew
right." (Maybe sometimes I
don't use the right word but it
happens to fit here.)
Wow! Both told me the difference and both got along.
They both seemed to respect
one another which they didn't
do with their own mother
Each week they have both
mothers together only for SO
minutes and it's turned out to
be a blessing from heaven.
Why? I don't know
But each mother seems to
respect the other's daughter
somewhere and somehow.
This is just a thought for
some of you to consider. I
have not checked this out
with any psychiatrist. But
what do you have to lose if
you try it a month?
Love to all mothers and fathers and youngsters. I am always yours. — Heloise
Thick, stiff or fitted? STASH!
By PHYLLIS FELDKAMP
ChrtslUa Scleire M«mlt*r
NEW YORK-The big spring picture-and clothes are for
the most p u t big and fulk-is of flowing, virtually shapeless
stylet without inner construction and simplified in cut.
The clothes cling only when in motion and they otherwise
eschew ill semblance of tight fit. Fashion has rounded off the
hard edges and is softening, lightening, and generally loosening up this spring
The desired effect has been described as "effortless" and
"feminine"—words too vague and elusive to be helpful. But
women who separate wheat from chaff in their wordrobes periodically (as mod of us do, given the time and energy) have
certain guidelines in sorting out the workable from the momentarily or permanently beyond hope
There are specifics. In the weeding out process, for Instance, anything stiff, thick, or too sharply tailored can safely
be consigned to the back of the closet. If soft and if roomy,
anthing with a ruffled hem, a boused waist, or a wide sleeve
that c a n t * rolled up belongs right at the front.
So far, so good, unless your inventory leaves everything
you own in the back of the closet, which- seems unlikely
Clothes of quality today tend to be seasonless
MONQAY MARCH 6. ma
And the parts work not only on a year-round basis but
also from dawn to dark, with smart planning A wise buy for
round-the-clock wear is a new blazer but be prepared for a bit
of a shock. It does not look like a blazer at all. It has no lining, It's oversized, and it has the shawl collar that Milan's Armani introduced.
Meanswear touches, yes, there are plenty-from little bow
ties, long string ties, wing collars, perky suspenders, pleated
or ruffled-front dress shirts, and vests (extra large) worn unbuttoned in the Annie Hall manner.
The newsiest pants are full at the top, via pleating or a
pegged cut, and they narrow down to just above the anklet
where the pant leg stops, it it's modish. The daring will wear
bare high-heeled sandals with pants.
The not-so-daring will be interested to hear that dresses
are back in abundance. Layered skirts and petticoats are the
features of the more bucolic kinds of summery styles, and
aprons add an extra layer.
One-piece dresses frequently have adjustable waistlines to
control fullness of the big silhouette Loose smock dresses
come with sashes or ropey belts and have spaghetti ties at the
lowered necklines. The ties are meant to be left unknotted.
Carefree, is the idea
The D*ily Register
9
T
BLOOMING plum cotton dress Is by Albert
Nipon.
DOUBLE beauties wear
white pique tops and
natural linen skirts by
Oscar de la Renta.
PEASANT PERFECT — Robert Halk's peasant
blouse and skirt can be worn belted In, as shown
here, or falling free and loose.
Your looks rely on your locks
Engaged
By EMILY WILKKNS
"You can't look better than
your hair looks," says R O N
WELLSVILLE, NY. - The engagement
Reti, the Hungarian-born hair
of Miss Louise Caroline Laici to Daniel Joand beauty authority, who
seph Rotondo, son of Mr and Mrs. Francis R.
has made a career of keeping Madame Keti suggested in a
Rotondo, 43 Ocean Ave., East Keansburg, is
glamour girls like the Gabors voice with an enticing hint o(
announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joglamorous Pop into her salon Hungarian accent "Apply the
seph C. Lalci Sr. of this city.
any hustle-bustle day, and shampoo where the hair is
Miss Laici is a senior at Wcllsville High
you're likely In find U n a showing soil K n n g f It in
School. Mr. Rotondo is a graduate of MiddleMerrill, Mrs. Peter Duchln. there When (I trickles down
town High School North
Miss Bilger
or Mrs. Richard Harris (kno- the shaft, it's diluted and does
Miss Mik.irv
ckout model Ann Turkel) un- no damage "
der the dryer They're among
Egg Shampoo "What is
the stars in Madame Retl's
marvelous is to wash dry hair
black book labeled "clients "
MIDDLETOWN - Mr. and Mrs. John F. Mahoney, 20
CLIFFWOOD - Mr. and Mrs. John Buntwice
a week The first lime
But worth even more than a
Cherry Tree Lane, announce the engagement of their daughger, 464 Cliffwood Ave., announce the engagesuperb styling at this .salon is use shampoo," she MlggMttd
ter, Miss Mary L. Mahoney, to Gerald W. CUIeman, son of Mr
ment of their daughter, Miss Carla Gloria
"The second time wash with
a chat with its proprietor
and Mrs. Paul F. Coleman Sr., 880 W. Front St., River Plaza.
Bunger, to William George Stalfa Jr., son of
Madame is an encyclopedia two or three egg yolks, then
An October wedding is planned.
Mr. and Mrs. William Stalfa Sr., 308 Wyckoff
of beauty lore Soon she'll rinse with lukewannlocool
Road, Eatontown A June wedding is planned
Miss Mahoney was graduated from Middletown Township
have her own line of hair care water. After that apply a
High School, and has attended courses at American Institute
Miss Bunger is an alumna of Matawan
products on the market On a rinse made with tea to which
of Banking. She is an assistant secretary and assistant treaRegional High School and attended the Berrecent visit, I eavesdropped you've added a drop of cogsurer at Shrewsbury State Bank, Shrewsbury, and is treasurkeley Secretarial School in New York City.
as Rose Heti passed her ex- nac What is the cognac for?
er of National Association of Bank Women, Shore Points
She is employed by Interdata Inc., Oakhurst.
pertise on to a variety of It gives body and sheen."
Group.
Mr. Stalfa an alumnus oP'Monmouth Reclients on a variety of topics:
gional High School, Tinton Falls, served two
Highlights:
"Highlights
Mr. Coleman is manager of Foodtovjn Mini Branch of
Oily Hair: "Protein sham- make colored hair look natuyears at Whiteman AFB, Mo and received an
Shrewsbury State Bank. He is a graduate M Red Bank Cathopoo
is
not
good
for
oily
hair,"
honorable
discharge.
He,
too,
is
employed
by
ral,"
Madame
Hefl
suggested
lic High School and altended courses at American Institute of
she told one client firmly. to a client "Because you
Interdata Inc., in Oceanport.
Banking.
"And don't massage your have a thin face, I'd put In
scalp either, it will make it more The light they give will
oilier"
help contour your face and
TINTON FALLS - Mr. and Mrs Justin'Henshell, 482 KivDry Hair: "Not too much till It out Remember that
erdale Ave. West, announce the engagement of their daughshampoo, and not too often," light colors enlarge "
ter, Miss Nancy jo Henshell, to Richard J. Palermo, son of
Hair Color Cues "Hair for
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony F Palermo, 12 West Susan Street, llazBENCHES >UBCHASED
Greeley attends
this year is very feminine It
MICROWAVE COOKING
let. A September wedding is planned.
MATAWAN
With
proplays
along with fashion," sire
RED BANK - The evening
Miss Henshell, a graduate of Monmouth Regional High
women's forum
suggested 'Blonde is blonmembership department of ceeds from a monthly recyl- School, is an alumna of Newbury Junior College in Boston,
WASHINGTON. I) (
der, red a little redder And
the Woman's Club of Red ing project, the Woman's where she received an associate's degree In fashion merchanMrs. John R. Greeley, 32
don't forget, with brighter
Bank will meet tonight at 8 Club of Matawan and the dising. She is employed by The Wizard of Oz, Shrewsbury
Burnt MUI Circle, Oceanport,
hair color you need more
p.m. in the clubhouse. Broad Matawan Juniors will install
Mr. Palermo, a graduate of Red Bank Catholic High
N.J., who is Area 2 national
Street. A representative of four public benches, two for School, is an employee of Food Circus Supermarkets Inc. in • director of the Women Ma- makeup"
Jersey Central Power and Main Street here, and two in Red Bank.
rines Association, attended
Short Is Chic ''Liz Taylor
Light Co. will give a demon- the Colonial Shopping Plaza,
the 26th annual Women's Fo- was never more beautiful,"
stration on microwave cook- Route 34 Both sites will be
rum on National Security Madame Reli told me "Her
enhanced by plantings in the
ing.
here in the Washington Mil hair is shorter so becoming,
spring, with the help of the
ton "Honor the Past, Chal- so youthful And her makeup
SCHOOL RESUME
Parks.Department.
lenge the Future ' was the perfect I love her wearing a
i EATONTOWN - ShrewsCHILDREN'S SHOWS
theme of the event, attended warm beige shade It's a flatbury Towne Chapter, DaughEATONTOWN - Bamberby some 1,000 delegates rep- tering color and an elegant
ters of the American Revolu-' ger's in Monmouth Mall will
resenting 2 million members one for most women "
Uon has a luncheon meeting present a series of children's
from 16 women's organizaHair Length "I think a
today in Old Orchard Inn. shows in the children's detions. Keynote speaker was mid-neck length is very nice
Mrs. Benjamin Martorelli will partment of the Mall store.
Rep Robin L. Beard (It
for hair, very chic," Madame
give a resume of DAR owned Professional actors frqm the
Tenn)
Rcti suggested "Too long is
and supported schools. Mrs. Happy T i m e C h i l d r e n ' s
Martorelli is a former nation- Theatre will perform "Peter
al chairman of the American Rabbit" tomorrow; " T h e
Indians committee and a Ugly Duckling," Tuesday,
Miss Fnieeseul
Miss Heit•<• II
member of the board of direc- March 14; and "The Country
tors of St. Mary's Indian Bunny and the Little Gold
School In Springfield, S. D.
Shoes" Tuesday, March 21.
OCEAN TOWNSHIP Throughout the week, from
WEST KEANSBURG - Mr. and Mrs Anthony FrancesAdmission is free. Each halfconi, 121 Hudson Ave., announce the engagement of their "Discover Yourself," a health 10 a . m . to noon comhour show begins at 1 p.m.
daughter, Miss Agnes T. Francesconi, to Raymond Fix, son of and beauty program, is being plimentary diet snacks will be
Mrs. William Baker, 75* Palmer Ave.. Holmdel. and Raymond conducted this week in Stem- served in the restaurant and
bach, Seavlew Square.
special dieters' lunches will
G. Fix, Waretown
I l l W. Fr-I U. IW l~>
From today through Friday be featured
Miss Francesconi, a graduate of Raritan High School, is
Oppnta M t u t t - S » Ctaaar
from 11 a m to 3 p m . Do- Complimentary samples of
employed as a clerk typist at Fort Monmouth.
741-4506
The hardast part ol losing «wgm is
Mr. Fix, a graduate of Holmdel High School, attended rothy Bolton of Estee Lauder hair conditioner will be disgtnng S U M N n fjrtri-Strangtl
W
RESOLE
will
give personal skin care
DeVry Technical Institute, Woodbridge. He is employed as a
tributed daily from 2 to 4 p in
H M C I win give your n i l power mat
Dress Boots
microfilm technician at Bell at Howell Co., Micro-Photo Divi- and makeup advice plus free by the.Upper Level Beauty
ixtra pusti it ntads to start losing wngrii
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sion in Woodbridge.
Salon, where haircuts and
Cowboy Boots
You II tat lass-turn loot) and excess fat
through Saturday from noon
into butntd'W aneigy instead ol axtra
to 2 p.m., Lean Line is giving new styles will be demonstraFrye Boots
« y n as you lollow t i t Plan
low calorie cooking demon- ted Also, a free makeup will
Clinically proven afttclin. nie M * H
ENGLISHTOWN - The engagement of Miss Debra Ann strations on the upper level. btvprovided with every cut
Work Boots
W M Q HMuang Plan mil anaWt you
Dailey to Louis M. Ciko, son of Mr and Mrs Louis Ciko, and a model will perform and hairstyling purchased
to lost pounds and renes without
South River, is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fos- shape-up exercises and show
Tennis Shoes
gtnng nenrous-or money back You
The store's Signature Shop
cm start losing weiorii today <ntn new
ter Dailey, Woodward Road here
Danskin gymnastic and swim- will feature designer fashions
Sport Shoes
U f O M K I ano see I t * difference m
Miss Dailey is a graduate of Manalapan High School and wear tomorrow through Satand scarf demonstrations
your mirror You cm il to yoursttt
the Monmouth County Vocational School. She is employed by urday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Molded Shoes
from 11 a . m . t o 3 p . m .
Raycon
Industries,
Howell.
There
will
be
a
drawing
for
a
ComartMwIihoM
Thursday and Friday in the
Mr. Ciko attended Middlesex County College and is an appren- Danskin swimsuit
WQoMShoM
accessories area.
JJUALrrr GUARANTEEDtice millwright at Hercules Inc. in Parlin
Rotondo-Laici
Coleman-Mahoney
you spray and, instantly after
spraying, move out of the
spray zone until the mist settles down.
A NEW YOU
Stalfa-Bunger
Palermo-Henshell
MEETING-MgMOS
Fix-Francesconi
START LOSING
WEIGHT TODAY
Ciko-Dailey
The one makeup no-no 1
passe. Too short is not be- can think of is: Don't use
liner or other makeup on the
coming to everyone."
Inner rim of the eyelid. Aside
If you'd like to try some from that, you can apply powhomemade "recipes" for hair dered shadow or mascara but
care, send your request, 25 after soft lenses are on, not
cents, and a self-addressed, before
stamped envelope for my
EMILY WILKENS wel"Natural Beauty Aids" bulletin to Emily Wilkens, Natural comes letters,'but cannot undertake
to answer each one.
Bulletin, P.O. Box 5176,
Grand Central Station, New She will use questions of general Interest In her column
York NY 10017
Address your letters to Emily
Wilkens, care of this newsJUST FOR YOU
paper
Dear Emily: I'm being fitted for soft contact lenses
CHILD AND NUTRITION
Can I still wear eye makeup
ABERDEEN - The Strathwith them? -Jeanne J.
more PTO will meet WednesDear Jeanne: You can wear day at 8 p.m. In the Straththe same makeup you have more School to hear Dr. Geralways worn but put on your ald Olarsch speak on "The
lenses before you use oily Child and Nutrition."
creams and lotions that are
absorbed by skin and could
smudge lenses.
It's best to use perfume or
hair spray before lenses are
on. If that's not possible, be
sure'to close your eyes while
POLITICS OF FOOD
ASBURY PARK - The Jersey Shore Branch of American Association of University
Women will meet March 13 at
8 p.m. in the Atonement Lutheran Church, First and
Heck Avenues Mrs. Peter
LrnshcM-k will present a program on "The Politics of
Food"
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UNTIL TOMORROW
it's an old saying, bui true Too often we put
,Mm] our classified ads until the last
minute Then sadly, it's too late
Week of beauty starts
in Steinbach store today
Our deadline for Daily and Sunday Classified Ads is at 4 p m But if you wail until the
last minute, you may find our lines busy and
be unable l o place your ad
I
Why not call as early'as possible, SQ we c a n
assure you thai your ad will be fun Let our
classified ad takers lake time lo give your
copy the careful attention it deserves
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T h e Daily Register SHREWSBURY N J
MONDAV MARCH 6 i97e
Presidential signatures bring good money
By HUGH A. MULLIGAN
NEW YORK (AP) - If President tarter comes to
your house one of these days, as he freeloads about the
country saving tax dollars on fancy hotel suites, get him to
sign the guest book even before he makes the bed
Presidential signatures are worth a bundle these days,
and are bound to appreciate in years to come
Franklin D. Roosevelt's elegant Ivy League scrawl is
now worth M75, according to a half-page ad placed in Sun
day papers around here by a Fifth Avenue department
store holding its annual autograph sale
Abraham Lincoln's scratchy signature, on a commission for a captain in the Union Army at the outbreak of the
Civil War, goes for 11,250. and they're asking 12,000 for an
autographed letter from Thomas Jefferson disposing of
some flour and tobacco at Monticello eight years after he
left the White House.
You can get James Monroe signing away some land in
Indiana to a party hack for 1225 and, for the same price.
Martin Van Buren ratifying a treaty with the House of
Hanover For the rock bottom price of $200, the store will
part with a White House letter from William Howard Tad.
berating a supporter for not accepting a proffered appointment with the petulent line "I am not likely to have the
same control over the Common Court."
While the Carters are in residence, you might get First
Lady Rosalynn to sign the guest book, too, or put her name
at the bottom of the grocery list, even though the growth
potential isn't as promising here. Women don't seem to be
in great demand with the autograph hounds. —
Eleanor Roosevelt's signature, "framed in gray and
gilt with enchanting photograph," can be had for measly
175, hardly in the presidential price range but still worth
110 more than the loyal nib work of her nibs Queen Mary,
the consort of Keorge V, who once lent her name to the
world's largest ocean liner
Maybe feminine penpersonship will grow in value with
the fortunes of the women's lib movement, even though at
the moment suffragette Anna Howard Shaw can be had for
IIS on a letter written 60 years ago on the stationery of the
National Defense Woman's Committee
Queen Victoria and Sarah Bernnardt, at $200 apiece,
are about the best the women do on the sales list, with Napoleon's Empress Marie Louise right behind at $115. Bonaparte himself, however, commands 1750, probably because
he seldom took his hand out of his coat long enough to sign
many letters
John James Audubon's rare signature can be yours for
1150, but if there were a painting attached to it. the asking
price would be a thousand times as much. Renoir without
an accompanying painting is listed at {575. but with it. according to the ad. goes an "artistically framed wonderful
photograph pf him smoking his pipe."
For (795 you can get ao Anvil Chorus of congratulations from your friends by showing off an invitation
from the composer to the original opening night of "II
Trovatore." The letter, signed by Giuseppe Verdi,"modestly suggests, "In case you would like to attend the first performance of 'Trovatore' I am enclosing two tickets." The
ducats, however, were used or lost long ago
Less expensive and also uncollectable is a bank draft
on the Douse of Rothschild signed by Gioacchino Rossini,
offered at 1150
For 185 you can decorate your den and provoke a
Grand-Canyon of yawns with the calligraphy of HG. Wells.
the Puke of Wellington or comedian Harry Lauder. a real
rarity, since the famous Scot was almost a sel-cariciture
of Highland Ihnfl and unaccustomed to signing checks freely
or often In the autography market. Douglas MacArthur at
1135 is pegged at (10 above Gen. Phil Sheridan and William
Makepeace Thackery. but 125 below Babe Ruth's "fine
clear signature in red and gilt with a remarkable photograph in uniform."
But even the Babe, who was generous with autographs,
was minor league stuff compared with Charles de Gaulle
at (350. Enrico Caruso at 1365 and Charles Dickens at 1425.
Still, to my mind, the best bargain on the list is George
.III at (250 for a document he penned in 1803, when he was
certifiably madder than the royal hatter. The king who lost
the American colonies had lost his intellect within 12 years
after Yorktown and spent many hours in a "straight waistcoat" or tied to the regal bed at Windsor Castle. The
King's surgeon diagnosed his ailment as "gout of the
brain " Fanny Burney. the British novelist, who saw
George about this time wrote that "his eyes were like
black currant jelly, the veins of his face all red and swollen and the foam ran out of his mouth "
Finally, those who are convinced the South is rising
again can have a genuine (1.000 Confederate war bond for
the knock down price of (35.
The Mass Murderers
err*
Hillside Strangled leaves a calling card
EDITORS' NOTE: Police In
Wlealta ire startling for the
"BTK Killer." l l Columbus.
Ca., Ike "('•Iambus SinnKirr" hai killed six elderly
women And la Los Angeles
Ik* "Hillside Klrangler" has
killed 11 womrn The three
mass murderers are still Iree.
Here, la Ike first of three article*, Is a laok at Ike Los Angeles cate.
By BILL GARDNKR
LOS ANGELES (AP) - He
killed for the 13th time last
month.
After a furious pace of
eight stranglings in November, there was but one in De-
cember, none in January and
none in the first half of February
Then the Hillside Strangler
struck again
It was Friday morning,
Krh 17 A helicopter pilot
spotted a late-model Datsun
about 50 feet down a cliff in
the mountains northeast of
the city. Had someone lost
control and spun off the road?
A sheriff's deputy climbed
down to the car but found no
one in the driver's seat He
opened the trunk Inside was
a nude young w o m a n ,
strangled.
"We are certain this is one
of the Hillside Strangler
series," Chet Ballew of the
sheriff's department told reporters later that day.
Her name was Cindy Lee
Hudspeth, a 20-year-old woman who worked at two clerical
jobs and attended Ulcndale
Community College in her
spare time. She had paid her
rent about 4 p.m. Thursday
but failed to show up for work
at 6 p.m.
Police marked her down as
victim No. 13 of the Hillside
.Strangler The famous Boston
Strangler of the 1960s also
kiUed 13
All the Hillside Strangled
victims were strangled. They
ranged in age from 12 to 28
but most were from 17 to 21.
Many were left nude on hill-
sides in the northern areas of
the city. A few were sexually
molested.
Police say the killer has a
calling card or "signature" as
police put it - the secret similarity In each of the killings.
But they refuse to say what it
is.
After Miss Hudspeth's murder, Ballew said: "We can
see she is a Strangler victim.
How do we know' There are
striking similarities. We won't
go beyond that '
But the biggest question is
why the Strangler is still on
the loose more than five
months after his first murder
The LAPD Hillside Strangler
Task Force has 93 officers,
and the county sheriff has 16
investigators on the case
Back in December, Assistant Police Chief Daryl Gates
told reporters he was surprised the case was so hard
to solve. "I'm embarrassed
every time I look at myself in
the mirror," he said.
One of the many things police still don't know is whether there is one strangler or
two killers working together.
The fact that Miss Hudspeth's car was shoved off a
cliff several miles from the
nearest home suggests more
than one killer was involved
And in November a witness
saw two men pull Lauren Hae
Wagner over to the side of the
More sought for seniors lunches
By J U L I E MCDONNELL
RED BANK - If you are a
senior citizen living on a low
Income,the Northern Monmouth Nutrition Program
wants to take you to lunch
Norris Horsman,president
of the program's Board of Directors,said the number of
Now Available
at our
Shrewsbury Office
persons being served a nutritional lunch at the American
Legion hall,Bridge Ave.each
weekday has been declining
in the last few months.
"We're trying to increase
the number of people we
serve," he said.
The project.which is sponsored by the Red Bank Rotary Club.operates a total of
five lunch programs in the
county. The others are located in Freehold Leonardo,
Keansburg, and Unwell
The year-and-a-half old program is funded by the federal
Older Americans Act,through
the state Department of Community Affairs.
]'We're-supposed to be
senVing about 100 people each
day\nt each location," Mr.
Horsbian said. "But the number has dropped to between
65 and 80 persons at Red
Bank."
The federal government
could cut back the funds allocated to the project if the
number of people served does
not increase.he said.
Last year.the Rotary Club
received $300,000 to run the
program.
The Red Bank site is the
only one which is having a
major problem meeting its
"quota"' he said.
The project provides a bus
to pick up senior citizens who
need transportation to the
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Police have indicated they
are d e a l i n g with a v e r y
shrewd killer, one who has
knowledge of police techniques. One obvious problem
for Investigators is that the
Strangler apparently has
nothing personal against his
victims. It is not clear that he
knew any of them.
About half the victims were
picked up in Hollywood. Several of those were prostitutes
Others were simply friendly,
sites, and persons interested
in participating should contact the headquarters by callin*! 747-6710:
The project is designed to
provide a nutritional lunch to
senior citizens with a financial or nutritional need
Although participants are
asked to contribute 50cents
for the lunch if possible,"no
one has to pay anything,' Mr.
Horsman said.
Lunches are served beginning at 11:30 a.m. Monday
through Fridays,but many of
the senior citizens gather at
the American Legion Hall
earlier to play cards and
chat,he said.
"We arrange for speakers
to discuss Social Security benefits.and other topics of interest to senior citizens," he
said. "People come there to
meet other people,and play
cards. It's more than just a
lunch program."
Both he and E d w a r d
S t r a u s , a R o t a r y member.attributed some of the decline in attendance to this
winter's cold weather and
severe storms,which kept
roads and sidewalks hazardous.
"We've been out knocking
on doors to get more people
to participate," Mr. Straus
said. "We would really like to
see more senior citizens take
advantage of our program."
Byrne endorses
Leone candidacy
NEW YORK (AP) - Former state Treasurer Richard
C. Leone's campaign for the
Democratic nomination for
the U.S. Senate received a
shot in the arm when Gov.
Brendan T. Byrne announced
his endorsement of his former
cabinet officer.
road just a few houses from
her home and then take her
away in their car.
Only in the Wagner case
was there a witness to the abduction, and that witness was
in a house and unable to provide much detail.
support for but never fully endorsed Leone, lauded the 37year-old former treasurer for
his role in formulating the
state's income tax and the
tax law reforms that accompanied it.
"I think that Dick Leone
knows the problems of New
"My judgment is that Dick Jersey and more important
Leone is the best of the three would know how to mesh
candidates," Byrne said yes- those problems with the fedterday on Channel 2 tele- eral g o v e r n m e n t , " said
vision's Newsmakers proByrne. "There's no question
gram. "That judgment is that Dick Leone has contacts
based on in part on the fact in Washington and he knows
that I think he can win in No- where to put the pressure."
vember."
The governor criticized
The governor said he con- Case for supposedly leaving
sidered former New York to Democratic congressmen
Knicks basketball player Bill the current fight to restore
Bradley and former state funds for a Veterans' AdminSen. Alexander Menza before istration Hospital in Camden
making the decision. Both are He said this was "indicative"
seeking the Democratic nomi- of why Leone could unseat
nation.
the veteran senator.
Case, 74, a veteran of 24
"Dick Leone h a s been
years In the Senate, Is op- around New Jersey more — is
posed by conservative Jeffrey more familiar wjth issues in
Bell for the Republican nomi- New Jersey and has a better
nation.
grasp of them as compared to
Byrne, who has indicated Clifford Case," said Byrne.
victim, but investigators have
been able to find no other link
between the two women or
any indication they had Hollywood connections.
Women here are scared.
Many don't go p l a c e s by
themselves at night. They
lock their doors. They are extremely careful. Some even
take self-defense courses specifically because of the StranThe Wagner girl lived in the gler.
northern part of the San Fernando Valley, about 15 miles
It doesn't always work,
from Hollywood and the Glen- though. One of Miss Huddale-Highland Park area speth's friends said, "If anywhere most of the victims ei- thing, Cindy was too careful.
ther lived or were found She locked the doors, never
dead.
picked up riders. She was just
Miss Hudspeth lived across careful."
the street from the apartment Tomorrow: The CoUmbus
Straagler
of Kristina Weckler, the 10th
outgoing girls.
But li least five victims
had no known Hollywood connection Two were very young
— 12 and 14 — schoolgirls who
lived near each other In a
northern residential area
known as Highland Park.
They were last seen together
and were found dead together.
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T i l t VkU\
Ten county teams left inNJSIAA
Tea teams from Monmouth County have survived early
round play in the New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic
Association basketball tournament.
Eight teams from the county will be involved in Central
Jersey semifinal games while two,Christian Brothers Academy and St. John Vianney will be looking to capture South
Jersey Parochial championships in their next outings.
Honmouth County will lose two of its public school entries
right away when Holmdel and Henry Hudson collide in Group
I and Asbury Park and Red Bank meet in Group II The two
matchups are a bitter-sweet pill for county fans.knowing that
two county teams will be in the CJ finals while automatically
losing two.
Following is brief look at the CJ semifinal and SJ final
games:
MDDLETOWN SOUTH-HAMILTON WEST
"If we don't control the boards,well get killed," said Mid
dletown South basketball coach Pat Houston after scouting
Hamilton's 6S4S victory over Ewlng Saturday.
J
"Boards will be the difference along wfth how well my big
"They have a great team,have good shooters and play a men play," said Houston
—._
tough zone defense," said Houston whose team will host Ham
The Eagles have two standout guards in 6-0 Paul Hall and
uton-West tomorrow night at 8.
5-11 Fred Jones
"We will have to prove in this game that we are one of
Should the Eagles win.it would set up a possible fourth
the best defensive clubs in the area." said Houston "And I
game with Neptune if the Scarlet Fliers can gel past Bridgewater-Rantan East. Neptune won the first three games, but
all were by narrow margins
NEPTUNE-BRIDCEWATER EAST
"This will be a real test for us," said Neplune basketball
coach Larry Hennessy after watching Bndgewaler Kanian
think that we are big enough as a team to rise to the occas- East Saturday night
sion as we did with Woodbridge "
The Scarlet Fliers(22-5) will face the Minutemen(17-5) at
HamUton(18-7) starts four juniors and a sophomore and is Bndgewaler Kasl Wednesday night at 8 in an NJSIAA Central
led by 8-6 junior Mike Ellis with 15.6 points a game.
Jersey Group IV semifinal contest
The guards are 510 junior Ron Muse(16 ppg) and 510
"Bridgewater has a good passing team.good overall
sophomore Troy Stevenson who beat Ewing with a last second height and rebounded well against Trenton," said Hennessy
basket
"Trenton led by three points with two minutes left,but
The Eagles<21-6) have plenty of height in 6-6 Todd (li- BRE kept their cool and won. They play a zone that may be
ving, 8-7 Jeff Ennen and 6-5 sophomore John Benbrook.
difficult for us."
NJSIAA outlook
The Minutemen have a standout guard in 6-1 junior Hike
Bassinger who is averaging 18 points a game. Tom Schoolbried.a 6-3 senior.scored 20 against Trenton and is the leading
rebounder
The Fliers have balance and speed will) 65 Ted Riley
(18.0) and 6 2 Larry Johnson) 14 0) the top scorers
ASBURY PARK-RED BANK
Asbury Park puts its 26-0 record on the line in the Central
Jersey Group II semifinal against surprising Red Bank.npw 225 after its upset victory over South River on Saturday night
The game is scheduled for an 8 p.m. start al Brookdale
Community College on Tuesday night
"I thought Red Bank was going to beat them(South River)," said Asbury Park coach Nate Bruno. "They played a
good game off the backboards and (hey were patient against
South River's zone defense."
Starting guard Darryl McGbee is doubtful of 100 percent
physical health for Asbury Park after suffering an ankle inS
C
^
Celtics show old form
in drubbing ofKnicks
It was just like old times for the Boston Celtics
Just a shell now of their onetime National Basketball
Association dynasty, the Celtics copied a page from the past
' Sunday with a 112-94 drubbing of the New York Knicks.
And it wasn't really that close. The Celts, fighting what
may be a losing battle for a playoff spol, led 50-30 al halftime
and 80-50 after three periods, giving Coach Tom Sanders
got a rare opportunity to rest'some of his regulars
"It's nice to catch a team just right," said Sanders. "In
the past, we've had some big leads but we haven't been
able to hold them."
"It's great to be able to sit down for the last 21 minutes,"
echoed John Havlicek, Boston's 37-year-old retiring star, who
became only the third player in NBA history to score 26,000
career points on a first-period free throw.
Knicks Coach Willis Reed said his team was "off stride
the whole game. I've never seen us miss so many open shots
When guys start missing layups, it's time to park your bags
It was one of those days when we shouldn't have shown
up."
Elsewhere, the Los Angeles Lakers downed the Cleveland
Cavaliers 128-117, the Portland Trail Blazers crushed the
Milwaukee Bucks 126-88, the Philadelphia 76ers turned back
, the Phoenix Suns 104-92, the San Antonio Spurs edged the
New Orleans Jazz 98-97, the Atlanta Hawks beat the Seattle
SuperSontcs 101-94, the Washington Bullets trounced the
Houston Rockets 106-88, the Detroit Pistons whipped the
Indiana Pacers 122-110, the Chicago Bulls nipped the Golden
State Warriors 96-95 and the New Jersey Nets shaded the
Buffalo Braves 109103.
NBA box scores
NIW YORK mi
MrMllllon ) ft« 7, MaywMd 0 6 0 0.
McAdOO*S-f 17, RtOrdO I J 1, Monroe S
00 10, Stwlfon / M 16, bondrctli k 4i1
10, Wllllomi II 7 14,'ClMmoni 0 00 0.
Knight 5 0-0 10, Jockion I M 4 Total* 40
14-30*4.
•OSTON l l l l )
Wlckt I 11 17, Chanty * 1 ? 14, Cawcnt
S 44 14, HavHcrt j n ?. Blng 1 4 4 ft.
Stocom I 0 4 16, Washington 4 4-S 11,
DIGrtoorlo 6 17 14, Maxwell 4 0-0 1.
BlOtl0W?Q4 4 Total* 4170 74 11]
NtW Y w t
I I I I U 44- M
• •ftlMi
17 n M 11-111
Fouled out--Nont Total foult-Ntw
York I I , Boston 30 A 14.40/
I I 11
I I 0—S
Flnt p t r l o d - l . Chlcogo. Boldlrtv 37
(Wilton.Ktrr),4 44 2,Colorodo.Croltou
17 (Kltchtn. Ahtrn), 14:25. 1, Colorodo.
Klotun 5 IPoltmtnl. Duptrt), 19 00
Ptisollltl-Ctirllllt.Col,4 51 logon.Cril.
Stcond ptrlod-<. Chlcogo, Wllion 14
(Mulvty,Boldlrtv),4 34 Ptnolllts Con
tlnl, Col. 5:17. Mognuton. CM, 11:01.
Third ptrlod—Nont Ptnollltt- Ahtrn
Col. 10 IS, Logon. Chi. 10 IS
Shot! on gool-Chkogo 6 1 4 30 Colo
redo » I I 14-19
Goollti—Chlcogo. Esposlto Colorodo.
PIOSM. A-0.194.
BUFFALO i n
ftorntt 7 0-0 •. Wllloughby S V5 13, No
ftf 4 5-4 17, Smith 7 3 -I 17, Avtrtll 9 it
34, Jonm 7 44 10, Lloyd 1 0-0 7, Gltnn 5 0
010, McNilll 2 0-0 4 Tolali I f 15 79 103
NIWJfMEY m
BUFFALOED — Larry McNelll of the Buffalo
Braves leaps to grab a rebound as Kim Hughes,
left and Jan Van Breda Kotff of the New Jersey
Nets are left out of the play during game at Rut-
gers Athletic Center yesterday. Nets, paced by
John Williamson's 38 points, beat the Braves 109103.
2 0 4 4, von Brttfo Kolll 0
2 1 4 Totoll II [l 71199
17 11 11 II-1U
n
ii u 11 itt
Foultd out - None. Total foull tote, 30 Ntw Jtrwy. 11 A
4.317.
Bui
PHILADELPHIA (1M)
Ervtnf S 44 14. MUOInnt! 5 111 I I .
Jontl ] fro 6, Blbby 7 7 3*. Collln* 10 77
71. Bryant 31-5 9. F r t t 5 4 5 14. Dowklm
11-41. MIK 5 04 10. Totals » 76 JJ 104
PHOINIX (91)
Davli 11 17 23, HMtrd 3 2 4 6. Adami I
M0 21. But* 3 7 1 I. Wnlphal 7 04 14.
Scott 3 M 4. Awtrty I 04 I. Griffin 3 00
4. L t t I 13 4, B.oll 0 04 0. Forrtil 0 0 0
0 Totals 39 1410 93
r»irt*.»tii.
n u n 11-104
r»t<il>
H 11 u I I
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Foulffd out-Bryonl, A0OIM. Total
fouls -PWIodtlprilo 37. PhotnlK 29. Tti h
nlqilt-LM.A-l3.l45.
HOUiTOh(HI
Jonts J 04 6. Reid 0 04 0. Kunntri 5 O
I 10. Lucat 4 M I . Murpny 19 I I 19.
Brodlty 1 0 4 3. Ntwlln 4 7-1 15. Kuptc 3
04 • . Rotltft 1 04 2. Wottttt 0 04 0. Ab
Oul Alii 0 0 4 0 TotoU 40 I 10 H
WAtHINOTON ( I N I
Oandrldot I I 4-5 24, Hoyrl 4 119, \inMid 3 04 4, Crtvty 14-4 23. Htnotrson 1
7 3*. Johnson 5 00 10. Kupchak 4 9-11 31.
Bollard 1 0-0 2, Poet 0 04 0. Wolhtr 1 11
4 Total! 41 3429 10*
HMUM
15 O 14 14- M
IMIMMU*
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Total tools Mooilon 37, Wosrilnafon If
»-14,144
Bonlon 5 34 I ] , Roundfltld 10 3 4 22.
Edward! ] 13 1, Sobt.l I I 9 10 I I , Tolum
o«4 I I . Elmort 2 0 4 t. Bthooon 4 0 0 I .
Corrlnglon 2 0 4 4. Grttn I 0 4 1. Flynn 0
040 T t l 44 11 27 110
. . . I 5 23, Monty I 4 4
70, Doualol I I 14 74. G t r a r d 7 3 1 17,
F r t l l l l Total! 42 31 SI 111
MM
IS 17 11 15-111
Dtmit
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Fouldto out — Edwardt, Sobtr Total
foull - Indiana 17, Dtlroll 20, Ttchnlcal
- Lonltf, Tolum, Detroit Coach Kauri
man. Bthogon A - 3.714
Lakers I2H, (avillrrs 117
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar scored 26 points to lead Lbs Angeles
to Its 17th victory in the last 22 games The triumph moved
the Lakers ahead ol Seattle into third place In the Pacific
Division. They made made 65 I percent of their shots en
route to a 65-50 halftime lead.
Rookie Norm Nixon added 22 points while Lou Hudson,
who made nine straight shots at one stage, scored 20
"Tlw 17A streak puts us back in business," said Coach
Jerry West. "Now we have to stay there. We have no
back-breaking road trips ahead so we're In pretty good
shape "
Trail Bluer* IM. Bucks 88
Portland, playing without Bill Walton and Lloyd Neil,
scored eight consecutive points to take a 16-11 lead and rolled
from there. Maurice Lucas and Tom Owens led all scorers
with 20 points each and combined with Lionel Holllns for
41 points in the first half en route to a 67-43 lead.
76ers IM, Suns II . .
Doug Collins scored eight of his 20 points in the final period
to help Philadelphia pull away.
Spurs M, Jan »7
Mike Gale scored only four points in 31 minutes - Larry
Kenon had 28 and George Gervin 26 - but two of them
came on a game-winning basket with five seconds left after
Gervin deflected a New Orleans inbounds pass
Hawks 111, SiiprrSonlrs M
Flve-foot-8 Charlie f'riss scored six points and Tom
McMlllen and Armond Hill added a basket apiece .In a late
10-polnt run that pushed Atlanta too victory.
Bulk Is IM, KockeU M
Kevin Grevey scored 10 of his 22 points in the third quarter
while teammate Bobby Dandridge added 26 on ll-of-lf
shooting (or Washington
PlutMs i n , Pater* III
Bob Lanier and Leon Douglas scored 24 points apiece, Jim
Price had 23 and Eric Minify 2(1 and Detroit pulled away
In the second half
Hulls N , Warriors IS
WUbur Holland's Jump shot with 3S secon/ls remaining sent
Chicago ahead and Norm Van Lier and Artis GUmore added
two free throws apiece in the final half-minute. Gllmore
scored a points and reserve guard John Mengelt added 20
to help Chicago break an elghtgame road losing streak.
NBA standings
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31 41
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NtwOrltons
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Houtton
34 41
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Phllodtlpfclo 104. PhMfllN f X
Cfslcaga •*, Galdtn Slot. 95
Portland IM. Mllwowfctt 04
in Angtltt » . Cltvtlond III
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Portland IDS. Cltvtlond 100
Buffalo I I I , Ntw J t f M y 107
Ntw York 99. Boston 91
Ntw Oiltons 1II, I t o t l l t 104
Dtnvtr 123, Konws City 114
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Boston 111, N t w York U
NEW Jtrstv i n , tttftolo 103
Atlanta 101, Stotilt 94
tan Antonio 91, Ntw Orltani97
Washington 104, Houllon M
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NCAA tourney has a heavyweight field
MISSION, Kan. (AP) - Loaded with such heavyweights
as Kentucky, UCLA, Arkansas and Marquette, the Mideast
and West regionals emerged Sunday as the super powers of
toe 1*78 NCAA basketball tournament
Nine of the first 11 teams In the Associated Press Top 20
landed In the Mideast and West. The East and Midwest re
gjonals, In contrast, contain only five members of the Top 20.
NCAA pairings
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"There Is real strength In the Mideast and West regionIn the East Regional, the committee picked Indiana, 20-7;
als," conceded Wayne Duke, Big 10 commissioner and basket- St. Bonaventure, 21-7; Rhode Island, 24-8. and LaSalle, 18*11.
ball committee chairman In announcing the pairings and atAt-large entries in the Mideast Region are DePaul, 25-2;
large berths for the 32-team tournament.
Notre Dame, !»•«; Utah, 23-5, and St. John's, NY., 214.
The fUt-edged look to those brackets, he explained, .reThe three Eastern College Athletic Conference" regional
sulted from an NCAA rule which specifies that teams from champions, St. John's, Rhode Island and St. Bonaventure,
the same conference must be placed in a bracket opposite the were automatic qualifiers but seeded as at-large teams, as
conference champion.
". . . we were actually locked in to assigning certain
teams to the Mideast or West Regionals," Duke said. "The
situation was compounded particularly by the outcomes of the
various conference tournament!"
Defending champion Marquette, Southwest Conference cochampion Arkansas, Big Eight titlist Kansas and Metro State
NEW YORK - Rutgers, coming off a disappointing loss to
power Florida State were among the 11 at-large teams picked
West Virginia In the first round of the Easte/n Eight tournaby the six-man committee, whose task this year, Duke said,
ment last Thursday, was one of 16 basketball teams selected
was "the most difficult it has ever been."
Sunday to play in the National Invitational Tournament later
Among the notables left out were No. 12 Texas, which tied
this month.
Arkansas in the SWC, No. 13 IUinois State, No. II Detroit and
Also included In the field of the nation's oldest post-season
No. 17 Georgetown.
tourney — It began in 1938 — were Texas, Georgetown, Det"We spent two arduous days going over all the records,
comparing schedules and scores, and we feel we've come up roit, Illinois State, Utah State, Nebraska, Temple, Virginia,
with the best 12 teams available," Duke said. "I know a lot of Fairfleld, Dayton, Army, Indiana State, Virginia Commonwealth South Carolina and North Carolina State.
people art going to fragmentize a bracket and wonder why
Texas, which finished the Southwest Conference regular
some teams were left out.
"But I will know we have spent much time and effort to season tied for the league championship and then suffered an
upset In the playoffs, was the highest ranked of the teams at
resolve a very difficult problem."
The committee chose 11 at-large teams and five squads No. n The Longhorns, who have a 22-5 record, will play host
received automatic berths but were seeded as at-large en- to Temple, 24-4, in a first-round NIT game on March IS.
IUinois State, 24-3, a powerful mldwestem independent
tries.
The four at-large berths in the West Regional went to ranked No. 13 in the country, will play another of the firstround games against Indiana State, 21-8, at the Sycamores'
North Carolina, 8-7, Arkansas, 28-3; Kansas, 24-4, and Fullarena on March 10.
erton State, 21-8.
Detroit, 14-3, ranked No. II, will host Virginia ComMarquette, 244; Syracuse, 22-5; Providence, 24-7, and
Florida State, 2J-4, were picked to fill out the Mideast Region- monwealth, 14-4, on March I. Independent Georgetown, 21-6,
the country's No. 17 team, will open its quest for the NIT title
al.
were FuUerton State, the Pacific Coast A A titlist. and LaSalle, the East Coast Conference champion.
Automatic qualifiers were seeded based on their conference's tournament record the past five years and at-large
team were seeded according to their won-lost records this
season
Rutgers earns NIT berth
•t Virginia, 20-7, an Atlantic Coist Conference team, on
March 8.
Utah Stale, Z14, a Western Independent, plays at Nebraska, 21-7, of the Big Eight on March I. Fairfleld, a Connecticut independent which has fashioned a 22-4 record this
year, will open at independent Dayton, 18-9, on March II.
Army, 11-8, and Rutgers, 21-6, two of the East's stronger
independents will play at the Scarlet Knights' gym on March
» North Carolina State. 18-9, the second ACC team In the
field, will play host to southern Independent South Carolina In
an opening-round game on March 10.
The quarter-finals also will be played at regional sites, to
be determined by results of the opening-round games. The
semifinals will be held at Madison Square Garden on March 19
and the championship game on March 21.
NIT PAIP.INOS
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Otorottown. D C . I I 4, of Virginia. 20 7
Arm,, 194,01 R O W , . ! U .
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Folrtltld ? M . at Dayton, I M .
Illinois Stolt. 243. ot Indiana Statt .711
SOUTH Carolina. 1411, at North Carolina Sfolt, I M .
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The Daily Register
SHREWSBURY. N J
MONDAY. MARCH 6 1976
Sittler's 2 lead Maple Leafs over Rangers
NEW YORK (AP) - Toronto Maple Leafs center Darryl
Sittler limply will not be provoked into talking about him
self He doesn't seem interested in being reminded that he
has collected a point in each of his last 17 games
" I don't really keep track of that stuff," he insisted last
night after setting up second-period goals by Lanny McDonald
and Ian Turnbull and helping the Leafs defeat the New York
Rangers, 4-1.
"1 Just try to go out and play the best I can If the team
wins and I don't get any points, that's fine "
The team won and Sutler got two points last night, raising
his output to I t goals and 16 assists in the 17 games, during
which the Leafs have won 11 and tied three while losing just
three times
"He doesn't have to talk about himself," maintains Toronto left wing Tiger Williams "He doesn't have to sell himself
in the dressing room He does it on the ice He's our number
one man. He's the hub to our offense "
Sittler proved Williams right against the Rangers He
knocked down a pass by New York defensman Don Awgey at
the Toronto blue line and sent McDonald down right wing for
the 20-foot shot that became McDonald's 38th goal of the season at 17:42 of the second period.
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Just I 12 later - six seconds after the Rangers' Nick
Fotiu was caught elbowing Stan Weir - Sittler won a faceoff
from Walt Tkczuk and fed defeseman Borje Salming, who
dropped the puck for Turnbull Turnbull used NewYork's Ron
Greschner as a screen and sent a 60-foot shot past Hardy Astram for a 3-0 Toronto lead
Pat Boutette added to the lead before Pat Hickey ruined
Mike Palmateer's bid for his fourth shutout this season with a
power play goal, his 35th tally of the year
"It was a good road effort, " observed Toronto Coach Roger Neilson after the Leafs' seventh victory in their last eight
games "We've allowed fewer goals on the road than we have
at home, and we may be the only team in the league to do
that "
The Leafs have allowed their opponents 80 goals in 32
road games and 93 in 31 home games this season They held
the Rangers to one last night becase "were working so well
in our end together, " explained Borje Salming
"And when we had a slump for a couple of minutes, that's
where (Palmy) Palmateer) came in He made the good saves
and that kept us in good shape "
The Rangers meanwhile, lost one point to Pittsburgh and
two to Detroit in the race for the rival wild-card playoff spot
The Penguins,, who tied the Islanders, l«ad New York by two
ipoints Detroit, which beat Minnesota, leads by four Both
have played one games less than the Rangers
"After than second goal, everybody just died," lamented
New York Coach Jean-Guy Talbot, who wasn't saying that for
the first time this season "We didn't have any intensity,"
added Ranger left wing Steve Vickers, and that wasn't a new
comment, either
Bruins 7, Sabres 3
Don Cherry doesn't expect his broadcasting career to last
long The Bruins' coach, the scheduled guest commentator
on tonight's National Hockey League Game of the Week
telecast, has his strategy all mapped out
"I can go on TV in first place and I can brag I'll never
get asked back," he predicted
He can go on in first place because his Bruins beat the
Vancouver Canucks 6-3 Sunday night, capping a successful
weekend and lifting the Drums two points ahead of the idle
Buffalo Sabres in the Adams Division The Bruins blasted
the Sabres 7-3 Saturday.
Cherry was confident before Sunday's game began.
" I knew we'd score more than two goals," he said
pudushlj, "so I wasn't worried."
That comment seemed an indirect slap at the Canucks'
woeful defense a n d a c o m p l i m e n t to the B r u i n s '
secondleaduig defense
Flyers 7, Blies I
Paul Holmgren, Bob Kelly and Rick MacLeish scored two
goals apiece to help the Flyers rout the Blues, who have
not won in Philadelphia since Jan 6. 1972
"We beat them 7 1 It's two points It's nothing really to
get excited about," said Philadelphia center Bobby Clarke,
who returned from a fractured thumb over the weekend
"What we have to do is get consistent We've been trying
to do that all year '
Norton first
says Biron
The victory brought the Flyers within seven points of the
first-place Islanders in the Patrick Division
Red Hligs 4, Nartt Stars >
Vaclav Nedomanskys second-period power play goal
helped Detroit edge Minnesota and widened the Red Wings'
lead to two points over Pittsburgh and four over the Rangers
in the battle for the final wild-card playoff spot The North
Stars lost their sixth in a row
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Pittsburgh worked back from 2-4} and 3-1 deficits to tie
on goals late in the third period by Dave Schultz and Pete
Mahovhch Schultz scored with 2:14 r e m a i n i n g and
Mahovlich tied it with just 36 seconds left after the Penguins
pulled goalie Denis Herron
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NEW YORK ( A P ) - The
first shot at new heavyweight
champion belongs to Ken Norton no matter what former
champion Muhammad All says, Bob Biron, Norton's manager,
said Sunday
"We have all the essential
elements of a contract in time,
place and money," Biron said
by telephone, a day after Ali
had gone on national television
to say that he should get first
crack at Spinks, who took the '
title from Ali Feb 15
"In law a verbal agreement
is just as bidding as a written
agreement," said Biron.
He was talking about an offer
made by Top Rank, Inc., which
has promotional rights to
Spinks' next three fights, with
an option for three more after
that.
Rabbit
Norwegian lures changed fishing
Retired party boat captain Cliff Stonier, now
living in Tuckerton, well remembers the time
when Capt. Eddie Mikalsen Imported the first Norwegian tube lures and thereby achieved the greatest breakthrough of all time In sport fishing for
mackerel.
It hippened during the mid 1950s when both
men were operating head boats out of Staten Island. Stonier was running a Sea King, his last boat
by that name later sold to Capt. Joseph Calluccio
who Is still operating it, sailing out of Belmar Marine Basin.
The name of Mlkalsen's boat has escaped Stonier's memory, as it has mine.
Mikalsen, a Norwegian with close tics to the
old country, learned about the great success fish"*
ermen over there were having with new types of
lures and had some of them sent over. They were
tried on his boat, worked like charms, and Mikalsen lost no time In sharing his secret with his fellow skippers.
Stonier sent some of the rigs to me and I proceeded to share the secret with as many In the
fishing world as I could reach. The original lures,
which forever changed mackerel fishing, were a
bit different than the ones in use today.
MonofUament leaders and lines were widely
used but in the mid 50s some party boat fishermen
were still using linen lines. The Norwegians tied
their mackerel lures to a shot of quite heavy
monofilament. There were four lures, two of them
thin metal with single hooks, and two rubber
"worms" identical to those In use today.
The four-lure rig was weighted with a lead
sinker. I believe, by the Norwegians but over here
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Trout Season Closes
Trout waters throughout the state will be
closed to fishing Tfrom March 13 until the new season starts on April H This wUl be to permit hatchery trucks to stock fish without danger of having
them caught immediately thereafter.
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the fishermen promptly strung the rigs above a
metal jig
In the beginning the tubes were used only for
mackerel and neither Mikalsen nor anyone else at
that time dreamed that the lures would grow to all
sorts of sizes and a myriad of fishing situations
Today's plastic trolling and Jigging tubes are all
descendants of the original Norwegian mackerel
tube lure.
From the beginning red was the most popular
color although American imitations soon came out
in every color in the spectrum, plus black, white
and whatever other tubing the manufacturers
could lay their hands on.
NHL summaries
Myi
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GEORGE
For details and exceptions refer to the Summary of 1978 Fishing Laws, available free from
municipal and county clerks and fishing license
agencies.
Ice fishing on the Delaware River between
New Jersey and Pennsylvania will close on March
18, however open water fishing will continue for
other species except trout and short-nosed sturgeon. Trout season on the Delaware between New
Jersey and Pennsylvania will be closed until April
15
It is illegal to take short-nosed sturgeon at any
time, because It is an endangered species.
Trapping Course
First time trappers will be required to take a
state course this year The current season closes
on March 15 and the new regulations go into effect
April 10
Persons who already have trapping licenses
need not take the course when applying for a new
license, provided of course that they show their
old one.
The State Division of Fish, Game and Shellfisheries says the trapper education course will'
teach beginners more about wildlife, trapping
methods and regulations, and the trappers' role
and responsibilities in wildlife conservation
The Division conducted three pilot training
programs last fall to be prepared for the requirements of the new law. The response proved very
favorable. The courses will be offered In August
and September.
Application forms will be available at trapping
license agencies, such as municipal clerks' offices
and sporting goods dealers in the spring.
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'Prayer shot wins NCAA bid for Louisville
P"yers all hehi^"
' ~ a n d '' * n s w e r e d D e n n y Crum's
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"You've ma in k» » ..
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ville h ^ f h S ^ l° *
" ' " » W the coach of the Louiswte tasketbaU team. "If Roger Burkman had missed that
last shot, it would have be*n all over for us "
u n h » T C T l I ? 1 * " " " 1 ' 5 l«t-gasp field goal with two seconds
. H ~ ^ Hi"* a n d p r o v i d e d t h e 20<h ranked Cardinals with
? h X l ? .?,]« victory over the llth-ranked Florida State in
the finals of the Metro Conference playoffs Saturday night.
nu£h?ulffi;nJ*n
Louisville a berth in theNCAA
Payoffs, one of 15 cinched by college basketball teams S«tur-
Burkman, aa freshman
freshman and
and aa 31
11 percent
percent shooter,
shooter, had
had just
jusl
Burkman,
entered the game when Darren Griffith fouled out
out.
"I looked down the court and there was no one there, so 1
took it to the corner and let it go," said Burkman "I thank
God it went in. It was a dream come true."
It was a nightmare, though, for Florida State which had
won the regular season championship of the Metro Conference
Saturday's games produced some ol the most surprising
conference playoff results in recent history.
Like Florida State, many of the regular season champions
took a back seat to a pack of underdogs
County has 10 in NJSIAA
(Continued)
jury against Lawrence on Saturday. Still the Blue Bishops
matchup well against the Bucs
Expect defensive standout Eric Acevedo of the Bishops to
take on Buc guard Mark Lewis in one of the best matchU
E L A n ° t h e r c o n ' r o n t » t M> n * » l come on the front line
where 6-4 Blue Bishop center David Williams gets to test his
intimadating skills against 6-4 Buc center Chris Rose. Jo Jo
Walker will guard Dan O'Hern and Frankie Smith gets to shut
down Buc high scorer Bob Womble. If McGhee doesn't
start.Mike Stewart will guard Dwight Atkinson.
' They're coming," says Bruno about the Bucs.who have
beaten Neptune.Shore and South River on the way to the
semis. "Anytime we play Red Bank it's a good game," said
Bruno. "We expect a good game.but we'll be ready to play
ball."
RUMSON-NEW BRUNSWICK
Rumson-Fair Haven(18-10) has been one of the Shore's
hottest clubs with 12 wins in their last 13 games.and coach
Tom Bottl Is hoping for more of the same when his club takes
on New Brunswick in an NJSIAA Central Jersey Group II
semifinal game tomorrow night at 7:30.
"We have been playing very good ball," said Bottl. "We
beat Vorhees although BIU Dooley fouled out with three minutes left. The other players took up the slack."
Slowing down New Brunswick's fast break will be the major problem for the Bulldogs.
"They are very quick and run and gun," said Botti.
"They beat Delaware Valley after being 12 points down by using a full court man-to-man press."
The Zebras(19-5) are led by 6-6 Lonnie Taylor who averages 18 poults and 10 rebounds per contest.
Dooley has been the Rumson scoring leader and top rebounder all season.but the Bulldogs have been receiving good
good games from John Emery,Bill Finn and Cal Williams.
Emery has averaged over 15 points a game over the last 10
contests.
The winner of tomorrow's game will face the Red BankAsbury Park victory for the Central Jersey Group II crown
later in the week.
HOLMDEL-HENRV HUDSON
Having divided the two regular season games with each
other.Shore Conference C Division rivals Holmdel and Henry
Hudson will play the rubber game tomorrow night at Holmdel
In an NJSIAA Central Jersey Group I semifinal game. Game
time Is 8.
Both clubs have shown improvement in recent games and
coaches Al Longo of Holmdel and George Roth of Henry Hudson expect a close game.
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"I saw Hudson play Hoffman last night and they are very
tough," said Longo whose team has won 10 of their last 11
games and is 17-9 overall.
"They have two players back,Ed Vaughn and Pete Hartsgrove.along with Bill Williams and they have good size."
Although winning their first two tourney games easily,Longo is not too happy.
"Our opponents have been poor,and it will be tough for us
to get back Into a competitive situation," said Longo.
"We had a lot of pieces to put together at the beginning of
the season.and it is gratifying far me to see them develope,"
said Longo in explaining the reason for the Hornets' recent
success,
Rich Scanlon.a junior transfer from CBA is the leading
scorer with 16 points per game while 6-7 junior center Jeff
Stout gives the Hornets good strength off the boards. Reserve
Bruce McLean.who scored 46 points in the last two games.is
another key player.
"I would rather play one of the other teams," said
Roth."I think we do better against a team that we haven't
played before.
"Holmdel's overall height will be a big problem for us and
we are not as physical as they are," said Roth.
Vaughn.back in action after missing a few games due to
an injured ankle.and Hartsgrove,who joined the team after
missing the first 13 games due to personal reasons.have been
a big help to the Admirals (16-11).
Vaughn is averglng 15 points per game while Hartsgrove
has a 13 point average since joining the team.
"Hartsgrove is the best pure shooter on the team," said
Roth.
Handling the brunt of the reboundjng for the Admirals
will be 6-5 junior center Bill Williams.
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Parochial A championship game to be played at a site and
date to be announced.
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Having scouted St. Anthony's(20-6) in lts s SW9 victory
over Camden CatholleCBA coach Vinnle CoX has plenty of respect forthe Iron Mikes.
"They have a well-balanced ball club and are very much
like Notre Dame in their quickness," said Cox. *
"Three players that we will have to shut down are 6-3 Bob
Brennan,6-2 Roy Brooks and 6-1 John Bucci."
Bucci leads the Iron Mikes in both points and assists and
scored 20 in their opening tourney win over Red Bank Catholic.
"They didn't, go pressure against RBC," said Cox "But
they did today. They use a 1-2-2 zone press and a 2-2-1 halfcourt zone press.
"With their quickness.we will have to handle their pressure or we will be in trouble."
Cox will be looking for another good game from 6-2 senior
Steve Driscoll who does everything well while John Johnson
and Marty Lutschaunig handle the guard positions. Sophomore John Flaherty,who did a fine job against St. Joseph's,will also see action and will help center Mike
O'Shaughnessy in the battle for rebounds.
ST. JOHN-BISHOP EUSTACE
Having turned in one of the season's top upsets in beating
top-seeded St. Joseph's of Toms River,69-62,Saturday,St. John
Vianney will be seeking another upset when it faces Bishop
Eustace for the NJSIAA South Jersey Parochial B title at a site and date to be announced.
St. John coach Brian Noone scouted Bishop Eustace(17-6)
yesterday when (hey beat St. Peter's of New Brunswick,6355,and was highly Impressed.
"Bishop Eustace Is a well-disciplined ball club and they
don't make mistakes," said Noone whose team Is in the Parochial B finals for the first time.
"They play a tough man-toman defense and play a strong
schedule. They are not too tall but they can jump and are
quick."
The Crusaders.who won four successive Parochial B state
titles before losing to St. Rose last year.are led by 6-2 senior
Hank Wardach who is averaging 17.5 points per game and 6-2
senior Ken Bolls with a 13.8 average.
, "Everything worked out against St. Joseph's," said Noone
in discussing the Lancers' upset over the Griffins.
" We were down 12-4 but came back. We were relaxed
and played our best ball of the season.
"We jammed the lane against them and forced them to
rusji thejr shots. We were fortunate that neither Wayne Gannl
or Larry McCleery had good shooting nights."
Frank Ryan.a 5-9 senior guard,and 6-6 senior center Tom
Broderick have been playing outstanding ball for the Lancers
all season and coach Noone is looking for more of the same
against Bishop Eustace.
FREEHOLD TOWNSHIP-JFK
Coming off a 55-42 upset over top-seeded Perth Amboy
Saturday night, Freehold Township will be facing another
rough opponent tomorrow night when they face John F. Kennedy of Iselin in an NJSIAA Central Jersey Group III semifinal game at the JFK court.
"They are primarily a zone team," said Freehold Township coach George Smith. "They are similar to us and run a
shuffle offense,but we should have a height advantage over
them."
The Partiots(18-10) have been playing well lately and
Smith hopes they keep it up tomorrow.
"Oiv kids played a nice game against Perth Amboy because they stuck lo the game plan and didn't lose their cool
against Perth Amboy's pressing defense," said Smith.
The Minutemen(17-8) are led by 6-4 senior Jerry Dooley
who has a 15.6 average and Is the top rebounder.
Mike Manfre.a 6-0 guard averages 16 points per game and
runs the offense.
Sophomore Jeff Peras is the top scorer and rebounder for
the Patriots averaging 17 points and 12 rebounds per game.
Fred Wunderllch is another key player for the Patriots.
"Fred is a tremendous asset for us," said Smith."He is a
real team leader."
The winner of tomorrow's game will play the CarteretBridgewater-Raritan West winner for the Central Jersey
Group III title either Friday or Saturday.
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Houston Cougars,
Cougars, who
who finished
finished third
third inin the
the Southwest
Southwest John's
Johns won
won the
the Metropolitan
Metropolitan divfsion
divfsion with
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victory overover* Houston
Conference race behind Texas and Arkansas, won the league Al
Army;
St Bonaventure topped Virginia Commonwealth
Commonwealth 63-61
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tournament with a 92 90 upset of the- 125h ranked l.onghorns
in the Upstate New York-Southern division and Rhode Island
That came on the heels of Friday night's 70-69 shocker over upset 18lhranked Providence 65-62 in the New England refourth-ranked Arkansas
gion
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Missouri, which tied for sixth in Ihe Big Eight race and
In other games Saturday, top-ranked Kentucky routed Nehas a sub- 500 record, slunned Kansas Stale 71-68 in Ihe vada-Las Vegas 92-70; second-ranked. UCLA whipped Southleagues playoff finale Kansas, the regular season champion ern Cal 81-78; No 3 Marquelte edged No 16 Detroit 80-77; No.
of the Big Eight, was beaten in the semi-finals Fndav night 6 DePaul outscored 13th ranked Illinois State 96-84. Dayton
by Kansas Stale
upset No 7 Notre Dame 66-5K; No 9 Michigan State nipped
Co-champions East Tennessee and Middle Tennessee Minnesota 71-70 and No 19 Utah turned back Brigham YounR
were nowhere to be seen in the finals of Ihe Ohio Valley Con- 81-74
ference playoffs, which were won by Western Kentucky The *
Prior to Burkmans game-winning shot for Louisville,
HUltoppers whipped Austin Peay 77-69
Tom Jackson had pul Florida Stale ahead 93-92 with two free
Nor were the regular season champions to be. (ound in the throws. But then Burkman. who came in for Griffith with nine
finals of the Atlantic Coast Conference. Eastern Bight, Soulh seconds remaining, went the length of the court to score the
ern Conference or Pacific Coast Athletic Association
winning basket in Hollywood-like fashion
Duke defeated Wake forest 85-77 in the ACC final, VillaFlorida State took the ball inbounds with one second renova beat West Virginia 63-59 in Ihe Eastern Eight. Furman maining, but Harry Davis missed on a desperation shot after
hammered Marshall 69-53 in the Southern Conference and Cal a half-court pass Rick Wilson of Louisville led all scorers
State-Fullerton took a 64-53 decision over Long Beach in the with 28 points while Ricky Gallon had 25 for Ihe Cardinals.
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Kugene Harris had 24 for Florida State.
Montana, the regular season champion of the Big Sky
Houston rode the scoring of guard Ken Williams and
Conference, made it to the finals of the league playiifls but Charles Thompson and the rebounding of Mike Schultz to vicwas bumped off by giant-killing Weber Stale in overtime. tory over Texas Williams, Ihe 6-foot guard who didn't start
The Wildcats earned an automatic berth in the NCAA playoffs until six games remained In the regular season, Ignited the
with a 62-55 victory over the Grizzlies
run-and-gun Cougars with 20 points from Ihe outside. ThompOne of the few regular season champions who came son muscled in 21 from the inside and Schultz added 17
through over the weekend were the Creighlon Blue Jays, who rebounds
defeated Indiana State 54-52 on Rick Apke's Jump shot with
"I've had more talented learns, " said Houston Coach Guy
two seconds to play Sunday in the finals ol the Missouri Val- Lewis, "but I've never had a team with more character. I'd
ley Conference playoffs.
be awfully disappointed if they don't represent the conference
La Salle, New Mexico, Penn, SI John's, St. Ronaventure well. We need lo win some games in Ihe NCAA tournament,
and Rhode Island also reached Che NCAA playoff.
not just for ourselves but the whole Southwest Conference
And I think we'll respond accordingly."
La Salle defeated Temple 73-72 in the final of the East
Coast Conference playoffs; New Mexico, Ihe nation's eighthSchulU, who scored a career-high 28 points in Houston's upranked team, won Ihe Western Athletic Conference champion- set of Arkansas Friday night, matches Lewis' zeal.
ship with a 93-94 victory over Wyoming and Penn clinched the
Stan Ray scored six points in overtime as Missouri outIvy League title by beating Cornell 98-74 while Columbia was dueled Kansas State at the free throw line and pulled off a
losing to Princeton 59-44.
spectacular upset in the Big Eight tournament. Missouri will
In the BCAC playoffs for Eastern atlarge berths, St
carry a sub-standard 14-15 record Into Ihe NCAA tournament.
McLendon wins Citrus golf
ORLANDO, Fla (AP) - Slender Mac McLendon. grimly
concentrating on a putting lesson thai turned his game
around, held off a host of challengers with rounds of 69 and 68
and scored his third tour viclory Sunday In the double-round
wintli<i> of the (200,000 Florida Citrus Open Coif Tournament
McLendon, who skipped last week's Inverrary Classic lo
take some pulling Instructions from his teacher, won by two
strokes with a 271 total, a distant 17 shots under par on
the rain-soaked, 6,929-yard Rio Plnar Golf Club course.
As usual, the 33-year-old McLendon gave full credit lo
Jimmy Ballard. Pell City, Ala , who saved his playing life
He was considering quitting the tour before Rallard's
instructions helped him score his first official lour triumph
with Hubert Green In the 1974 National Team championship
He won again In the Southern Open—with full marks to
Ballard—and his victory here, he said, was a direct result
of his putting lessons last week.
"My putting had just been awful this year," he said "I
worked with Ballard for a week and the first two rounds
this week were the best pulling rounds I've ever had "
That staked him to a share of the lead going Into Sunday's
36hole finish He quickly took the lead alone when David
(,iaham ran into difficulties then held off a flock of
challenges in the more-than 0 hours he spent on the course
The 36 hole finish was necessitated when a thunderstorm
washed out Friday's play
The victory was worth much more than the $40,000
McLendon collected from the total purse of $200,00(1 ll also
pul him In Ihe Masters, the Tournament of Champions, and
pul him In position to gain a spot in the World Series of
Golf
Importantly, II boosted his season's earnings to $44,355 and
virtually assured him of a spot In this year's top 60
money-winners and an exemption from qualifying for all of
1979.
Graham, an Australian veteran, shared the second round
lead with McLendon but played his first nlne'Sunday In a
fat 39 and dropped back. He rallied, however, and took
second with rounds of 73-67 and a 273 total.
Former University of Texas teammates Tom Kile and Ben
Crenshaw shared third at 274. Kile had closing rounds of
9970, Crenshaw 69-68 Hale Irwln, a third •place finisher three
times this season, was fifth in this one at 69-68—275
It was another two strokes back to the group at 277.
Howard Twitty closed up with rounds of 69-68, George Burns
had N-W and Bruce Lletzke 6867.
Arnold Palmer, who shared the first round lead, could do
no better than a pair of 71s despite the pleas and cheers
of thousands of fans who braved the early morning cold
to witness Palmer's unsuccessful effort to break a five-year
winless streak. He finished well back at 280.
Lee Trevlno shot 17-70 for a 279 total. PGA champ Lanny
Wadkins was 79-70-284.
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Born today, you possess
a bold, keen, and highly
imaginative intellect. You
seek knowledge actively,
and use it wisely after you
have gained it. You are
also a physical person, reveling in the sensations of
work, play, and human
contact generally. You respond to your emotions
both mentally and physically.
You have definite strong
likes and dislikes. Your
relationships with others
may be especially satisfying because they will be
especially strong, deep,
and lasting. Your choice of
companions will always
depend upon your immediate needs; you never play
people according to what
they may do for you in the
future.
You are not particularly
ambitious about monetary
gain, but you do harbor
daydreams about becoming known in your profession. Nothing would please
you more than to be recognized by those passing by
on the street.
Also born on this date:
Ed MacMahon, entertainer, lecturer; Elizabeth
Barrett Browning, poet.
To see what is in store
for you tomorrow, find
your birthday and read the
corresponding paragraph.
I .el your birthday star be
your daily guide.
TUESDAY, MARCH 7
PISCES(Feb.19-March 20)
- Volume, not quality is in
order today, though it may
p,o against your grain.
ARIES'March 21-Aprll 19)
— You may want to ignore
By Alfred Sheinwold
When West plays a low
The best way to play a heart, you go into a long stew.
You think deeply and look susbridge hand may depend on
piciously at both opponents.
where you live. Almost any
Finally you play dummy's ace
play is safe in the United of trumps, hoping to catch the
States, Canada. Great Britain singleton king.
and the Scandinavian countries,
but you have to watch your
WHAT FALLS
step in countries with a Latin
tradition.
The king of hearts does not
fall, but you may if your partSuppose you are South. You ner is a vigorous type. After a
let West win the first trick play of this kind in a Latin
with the jack of diamonds. He country, your best procedure is
continues the'suit, and East to keep moving. A moving tarwins. East leads a third high get is harder to hit.
diamond through you.
Don't play for a singleton
' You get off to a good start by
discarding a spade. You win the king when you are missing two
next trick and lead the queen low cards in addition to the
king. It's against percentage
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change your methods.
QEMINI'May 21-Jun* 20)
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quickly to new instructions. Do not begin arguments today.
CANCER'Jun* 21-July 22)
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LIBRA(Sepi.23-Oct.22) Indulge your interest in the
occult. You may learn
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with the very yojing. Accept praise af evening.
SAGITTARIUS(Nov 220*c.21) — Answer another's questions precisely,
succinctly, and tactfully.
Avoid being abstruse.
CAPRICORN(D«c.22Jan.19) — Don't reveal
another's secret in revealing your interest in a subject.
AQUARIUS(Jan.20Fab.11) — Join business
and pleasure to enhance
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North dealer
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DAILT QUESTION
As dealer, you hold: • K 8 4
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What do you say?
ANSWER: Pass. The hand is
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of one heart and is far too good
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hearts. Pass first and show
your strength, if possible,, by
bidding later.
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GrOODlltuOT
AN 8 6 .
UOW OlP
Urn AM/FM utrto Low M
Vjry clton Man, . « , »
vou oo
eu& PID MOT.
ALL MV f o o t BALL* I
TODAY
TWINK ? /
«>«D STJTION WAGON I W ondrtton, ge*d tires and engine
GEORGE WALL
LINCOLN/ME RCURT
»v« at Sycanwi
717
AUDI IffN SILVER FOX - Alt tilrot.
f2 Mortgages
WANTED — Supplemental teocher to
teach in English as a seiond langvoge
program - J ^ hours per day Musi
have ot least emergency certltii.oilon
or b t taking ESL courses Please coll
JMi406toroppoinlmer.1
HARD TO GET — Flrtt t K M ond
third mortgage No loon too troll or
too lora*. lait wrvlc*. lo« inttr.tt B A H S T S 6 L 1 - 1
roltt f C P ASSOCIATES U l not
AN' TEAK, 41 First Ave..
Highlands WI-S4O.
W A R E H O U S E - Deliver y person
wonted Rtfertrwes required Call 4f3
FORD I»7J PINTO RUNABOUT
15
MONDAY, MARCH 6. 1978
51. Help Wonted
WELDER
MIHMCORP.
Monmouth i o o c h
71. Merchandise
ForSaie
U Money To Loon
LOAN BY PHONE!
Fost service1 Secondary morlgagt BEDROOM SET - Walnut Conlemp*
loom! MAJESTIC FINANCE CORP . rary Olnlne sel. four c h a i n ] • "
round. Mlrcata breoklasl table, two
m m I, Howell AUtorMr Lewis
CALL US TOLL FREE
(800) 822-8989
B E S E A t t D — All i l * of you. T w o
matching sofas for sate Good design
and good condition. S7S each 471 437]
•Hdi mm. *r M I M , MM Jn:
AUSTIN AMERICAN - I f n
GREMLIN i m - Automatic, radio
htoltr, low m.leoot, tnow tlrtf, t i
^7W turn
BUHLE* 1 BITTER INC
CMHYSIM PLYMOUTH
MHnKHUI
H4
2. Autos For Sole
•UICK ELECTRA LIMITED in< lortlno. full
ch. M.000 r
JEEP SALES t SERVICE
747«UO
• UICK IMS LtSABRE - Four door TWIN IORO MOTORS
hardtop Mint condition Aulomotk, 111 E Ntwman Sorlngt lid , Rtd lank
lour rww t l r t l . 73.000 mlltt S3U or
KITbON(MEVROLETCO
MtOflW COIIU117>).
VU
Eoiontown
S4II000
- n.O» mlltt, t«
irWloht tr»
*H
lOlWlllull
bett otter S**-7S7«
CHEVROLET IMPALA t W - Powtr
•tawing, automatic. 4 l j » mlln, atcrtltnl condition. UX 117 Hit
CHEVROLET VAN l?*f - Mechonl
uilly and visually superb Finished In
Itflor. many extra* S43 7S»3 or 141
M37 after S p.m
SI. Help Wonted
51. Help Wonted
BOOKKEEPER - T a r T T T m t , «»
ptrltnctd. Pvrttd potltlon tor tarly
rit«r, to dtvolt two hours lor llvt
days Ptrmontnt position
Send re
p
l ovoilablllty
ilblllt and
drati
t ••
, o-vlmj
TOP TRADE ALLOWANCE - Superb PKttd
dto Box D
D-X3.
tdto
X 3 . Tht Dally
Da Rtglt
Mrvlct DOWNES PONTIAC. *1 Low Sr, Sh
sbury N
J 47701
, Shrtwsbury,
N.J.
47701.
er Moin St . Motowan S44-M99.
CLERK
TOYOTA CELICA LIFTBACK 1977 T H U N D E R B I R D - 1947. while with
block leather interior. A M / F M , lull
p o w t r . tilt wheel, runt well 1400 or
best Offer Coll 779 9040
•UICK RIVIERA IH7 - Air. power
wlnrjowvbrafc«, good condition 1350
Coll W - M M
74il 4010
52 Baby Sitting
Child Care
M E R C U R Y COUGAR X R 1974 - Fwllv
a u nmM t
3%n!S}MONMOUTH
" *" *
CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH
Hwy M
Eolontown
U> M00
MONTE CARLO 1»7J - Powtr I I M T
Ing. bucktt itaft-contolt, AM/FM
! £ T
f
"
l
MUSTANG I94S C O N V E R T I I L I CHEVROLET VEGA 1»7S - Four
Thrtt-toMd, I7S0. Con be Men at M
Brtdgjt Avt., Rtd Bonk. 747-S591.
'
idlo. powtr ste
Sllf after Sp.m
OLDSMOSILE 1971 - Full powtr ond
CHEVROLET 1971 — Klngswood olr conditioning, vtfy oood condlllon.
Wagon, ait conditioning, newfiresand AM/FM stereo eight track MOO or
pood condition Buying o new mr, om. best offer. 391 33M, after a, I91490S
J? wll ot UB) or bttt offer Coll O L D S M O t l L E 1974 TORON^ADlf
LANDAU - Optra windows, power
CHEVROLET l U f WAGON - V I , everything, 747-0919
air, powtr steering, poil-lractlon, OPEL GT 1973 - Orange! low mile
oood tires, rum greet. Asking M7S. age. automatic Gar age kept Radio I v
moot, loofci ntw CollPtgpY. 3*4^*7
CHRYSLER CORDOBA - 1974, M.000 OPEL KADETT 1971 — Fair condimile*, excellent condlllon Mony l i - tion »1M or best offer
tres Coll 717-0100. E«1 149 dolly. 291
717-4417
a n altars.
OPEL 1900 WAGON 1973 - Green,
automatic, rtar window defroster,
CHRYSLER - 19*9, powtr steer
rodlo. new tlrtt ond mows Excellent
- - T « , olr, nwchonlcolly i
condition, original owner 67)-*4U.
u good WOO S**I7SS
OPEL 1973 - Model 1900 1
CIRCLE CHEVROLET
Shrewsbury Avt.
Shrewsbury m SMI. nlotit or weekends o
741-3130
PACER 1974 - Automatic shift, H,000
CORVETTE 1W - ISO tnglnc tour
ll 1 tlCtlltnt condition 12400 m
MHtd. new cjyfdu two teps, lour n»w ffllP'
rodwH, AM/FW Eiiellent condlllon,
PLYMOUTH CUSTOM SATELLITE
•10,000 miles. Coll 7t7-43»ofttr *p.m.
1971
— Station Wagon. Power itt*rlng,
COUPE DEVILLE - 1973
out on,oil c transmission, electric tall
Good condition. 11,100.
gate. AM/rodlo, tinted gloss 1700. M?
Call 717-9510
Air, stereo, f i v t - t p t t d
1 S4tS0 747 9S9I
Rtcclvlna dtportmtnt of major monu
tocturing company t M k i Individual to
oisltt In procMilna of Irtcomlna m a t t
rials Occaslonor h t o v y l i n i n g Involved E a p t r l t m t t p r t f t r r o d Call W
U.000 miles A
TOYOTA COROLLA 1974 - E v c t l l t n t
condition U.000 milts A M / F M , rodl
ols tMOO After 4 p m , 54] 4194
J i d
< ^M M ] ]
D GLASS CO I N C
Cllffwood. N j
Equal Opportunity Employer
V E G A 197S - Station w a g o n , i t l c k
shHt $1500
391 3443
VOLKSWAGEN - 1973 Bug Look* COMMISSION SALESPERSONS brand ntw. Runs great Jvtt tuntd-ue, Middlesex County area H i weeks
Tlt
work Scholarship funds soliciting ond
od lournol sales In conjunction with
Middles* County/Miss America
VOLKSWAGEN VAN 1973 - N t w Miss
Reply to Bon B 171, The
clutch, |ust tuned up ond posted In- pogeanti
spection Body ond running condition Dolly Register, Shrewsbury. 07701
tMcollent. Must wll, moving, 471 1793 COOK — Breoktast end lumh 1hre«
VOLKSWAGEN DASHER 1974 - Rod, tour days, top experienced need only
only 37400 mlln AM/FM. tun roof. to apply Sheraton inn, Hailet, n*
reclining buckets HMO 147 JJM.
COOK
WHELAN PONTIAC BU KOPEC
Hsvy*
Frtttwld full time, flexible hours, Including
morning relief Three five years e«
443-0147
lance liiyjuontlty toad preparation
1977 B300 D O D G E V A N - Back «*ot
required Hospital background pre
and laddtr rock, 3,000 miles. 15500 or
terred Excellent salory and benefits
Apply River view Hospital, Peri
b t f t o f t t r . Call 739 3379
' IS Union St., Red __
n equal opportunity em
3 Trucks and Trailers
ptoytr
CHEVROLET PICKUP TRUCK 197?
CORRESPONDENCE CLERK - Mall
•—'ofttr.
order firm nttds experienced clerk to
1-0111
answer customer correspondence
Must have pood typing tklllt Call S44
tlll.Ert.Sl
DOCTORS ASSISTANT - Eye office,
need pleasant, alert, re Habit ptrion
Must type Send resume to Bo. J » l .
The Doily Register. Shrewsbury, N.J.
07701.
DRUMMER - Wanted lor country
o k b d Willi
t
k It t
r
CHEVY VAN
CHEVY VAN
CHEVY VAN
CHEVY VAN
CHEVY VAN
CHEVY VAN
MANAGEMENT
TRAINEE
TO SI4,400
ly Cow! You have answered every
other ad. why not try utT We can show
o managmet t a i i
C
y
more In five years, while
representing
our top loom of financial specialists In
equities. Insurance, mortgages ond to»
" lert Invest an hour ot your time,
III be worth I I ! Coll Charles Sutler
at n a t i o n , t - s p m
MANAGER - Couple lo take charge
of small retirement home In Ocean
Grove on salary plus profit sharing
basis Musi be responsible No house
cleaning or other heavy work Involved. One con hold outside lob Etfl
clency apartment and utilities pro
vided write lo, Box C 17*. The Dolly
Register. Shrewsbury, N.J , 07791
MARKETINGllCPRtSENTATlVt Commission, port time, fullHme for
local branch of national company
Write to Box C 375. Tht Dally Regis
lor, Shrewsbury. N J . 07101
51. Help Wonted
SALES
ARE YOU INTERESTED
IN A PERMANENT
CAREER FUTURE?
Internoilonol Lorporollon, mon
factoring essential lighting prod
ucts tor commercial and Induslrl
ol accounts, hos openings In LO
CAL A R E A S We seek aggres
stve. hard hitting sales p r o t t t
slonols who ore Interested In 0
secure, high-figure Income
High repeat buslne.s. l i b e r a l
training compensation
com
rrmiion, bonus while training,
company benefits.
Send note or resume lo
RICHARD GREY
LUXOR LIGHTING
PRODUCTS INC.
350 Fifth Ave.
New York, N.Y. 10001
MECHANIC - Vending and omute
Equol opportunity employer M,¥
menl, must be experienced and able to
repair all lypci vending and omute
SALES/PART-TIME
ment devices, on location Company tvenlrtgs and weekends, appcoilmate
supplies vehicle Blue Cross/Blue 1 M hours per week £«perleme pre
Shield Sick and vocation pay Salary
r r t d Company discount Apply In
commensurate with experience Coll person,
Mr Bradshow. Mon through Frl , 774MI0
NATIONALLY ADVERTISED - t V
rah Coventry lewelry has Immediate
Sales Representative
openings, full or port time, training
and soles equipment free. Earn while
opporti
you Itorn Must b t I I Own Irons
Ing ct
ct r.
portatlon ond phone necessary. For In met honlralIring
Held
field IRequire*, a technkol
ttrvlew call Kothy, 741-15*6, Terrl. tchool education
and'or one lo three
tUMS4e or Pot. W - 4 m
yeort experience as electronic tech
nlclan Duties Include customer soles
and service ond market research
Some travtl required Excellent ben
eflts Include profit shoring Send re
tume with salary background lo Mr,
Wholesale business, UOO to UOO poten M Corrobront, Personnel Assistant
tlal Excellent opportunity to work
from home. Ideal tor couple, no InWHEELOCK SIGNALS, INC.
vestment No enperlence necessary, 173 Bronchport Ave ,
Long Branch
will train Five figure Income a good An Equal Opportunity Employer. M/f
potential Call lor an appointment. SU- SECRETARIAL - fttno and typing
~ ' >d Moln responsibility would be
. . . Oreo of soles administration
P A R T - T 1 M E H E L P W A N T E D — Permanent position 1) hour week Eo
lontown orea Write P 0 BOM 3», Red
Bonk, N.J.. orTOl.
BABYSITTER - My home, Chopel
Hlllorea Fiwe Ooyv hours e JOom lo
II a m . One child l i yeors Person
available for added time preferred
Pleose coll 191 iett tor Interview.
MATURE WOMAN - To babysit In
my home. Eatontown area, t IS a.m.
lo 9 a m Must hove own car One five
yeor-old girl Coll MI eJM afie< i p m
NEEDED^-'ParsofTto babysit one"
year-old twins, daytlrr
Ime In our home
toii n M O f O a f t e r e p n
53 Domestic Help
BABYSITTER/HOUSEKEEPER One child Llvt In or owl Responsible
person Prefer own transportation
Flexible schedule Send resume and
relerences to B O H £ - » ? , The Dally
Register. Shrewsbury. 07701
Red Boot area tor pa< Nolly disabled
older woman Five days per w e e k .
hours flexible References required
(oil 7WO47I otter r p . m .
MOUSE A T T E N D A N T - P o r t ~ o n i l T f
time In Deal Diversified duties In
dude maintaining the grounds, house
cleaning, minor repairs, some driving
Experience preferable Recent refer
ences Send Resume to Bo* V 144, The
Dolly Register. Shrewsbury, N J
077OI
™
HOUSEKEEPER
Looking for o responsible person with
driver's license who would en|oy " v
Ing In with a pleasant family ond shore
responsibility o t m a n a g i n g o l a r g e
home Other help Duties Include oen
erol cleaning, laundry, plain looking
Large lomtorlable living quarters Be
ienf references required Send resume
to Bon V I4S. T h e D o l l y R e g i s t e r ,
Shrewibury.N j 07?0l
HOUSEKEEPER - O n e day a week."
laundry, shopping, ond m i n i m u m
cleaning tor I w o people M u i l hove
references 4710071
HOUSEKEEPER - T w o TnTomHy.
Llvt In or out References Send Re
lume lo Box Y 141, T h t Dally Hegii
ter, Shrewsbury, N J 07701
fiveroom home In Shrewsbury, with
elderly woman Salory Write Box D
M4 The D l l R i t
S h e b
0770
ELECTRONIC ASSEMBLY - Allan
tic Highlands Several openings availW O M A N TO ASSIST
In running
able. No experience necessary Please
targe home and manuring home ana
coll Tt) O1O0 (of wi Intci view
teenagers when parents a r t traveling
Have other help W i l l Include t r e e
EXPERIENCED
— Waitroom and boord ond salary Must drive
resses'waiters Apply In person. Red
AT
and b t able to cook Recent reference*
Oak Diner. Wi (ti 35, Hoiltt,
required Send Resume to Box V-347,
The Dolly Register, Shrewsbury, N.J
EXPERIENCED
SEWING
MACHINE
CIRCLE
SECRETARY
07701
OPERATORS - And Merrow Mochlne
Monmouth Counfy manufacturing
PART-TIME
Operators
tor
Urlon
Shop.
Apply
at
CREDIT PROBLEMS?
ipany hos an Immedlote opening
PLYMOUTH
DUSTER
1972
Sin
cylMlcnelle
Reno
Fashions,
37
Wall
St..
PAPER DELJVERY
No cash? If you're working, wt can inder, automatic. Looks, runs very
for an tRptrlenced Individual with 54 Situations Wanted
Red Bonk 741 5»3
help to get you flrtonctd. No money good.
Mon Sal , or Sun only Early a . m Es proven secretarial skills The Ideal
741-3130
Recent Inspection, 1*00 741-477I
down. Payment* arranged to lull your
candidate wilt be a self starter with
E X P E R I E N C E D LEOAL SECRE- tabllshed rout* No collecting or solk
Female
rw«dt. Mony Ntw and Quality Used PLYMOUTH FURY WAGON ItTJ lonical and mathematical InTARY - Shorthand required Keyport Itlng Must have car Permanent year
Cari to choose from. Coll Rossos Pon Nine passenger, V I , power steer- DODGE M A X I WAGON - 1977, tlgnt- office. Call M4-4M0 for appointment
round work 747 3143.
llon Salary plus liberal employee ALL A L T E R A T I O N S - A n d sewing
wot, m Brood St., Rod Bonk 741 SIM ing/brakes, automatic, air. 103,000 c y l i n d t r , 13 passenger, a u t o m a t i c ,
benefits
For
appointment,
coll
W.
EXPERIENCED - Woodworker An PART T I M E R E C E P T I O N I S T - Re
cte, iWKMI
powtr t t t t r l n g / b r o k M , two heaters
CUTLAU SUPREME - 1973, power miles iWO After 6p m , 747 IIVA
ply at Ebsco Industries. Shrewsbury liable UN In, with generot offlct Skills
MIDLAND Ol ASM i> INC.
SECRETARY /ADMINISTRATIVE
for evening and weekend coverage
steer Ing/brakes, air, AM/FM, t l r t i , PLYMOUTH STATION~WAGON t97f 39,000 miles, carpeting, header, A 1 Ave . Red Bank.
ASSISTANT - tPubllc Relations).
Cllffwood, N.J.
Send resume ond salory requirements
bafttfy Best offer Call 741-&M1 after
- Nine-passenger Sport Suburban, en condition U100 344-4041.
Serious minded, highly skilled woman
kquol Opportunity Employe!
EXPERIENCED CLERK - For Red to P.O. Box 673, Red Bonk. N.J 07701
cellent mechanical condition, tow N T E R N A T I O N A L 1971 - \k ton pick
seeks challenging part time position
Bonk area liquor store. 40 hour week
mileage, air, full power, one ownir. jp Automatic, power '~
SECURITY
GUARD
P
a
r
t
time
poll
Available up to five or six houri dally.
DATSUN 34OZ 1973W»
Solory open, with benefits. Write to P A R T - T I M E - Stll with Lawn Doc
11,700 or best offer. 671 0114 after 7 14000 717 7171 offer 4
avollable for Sot, Sun ond Ho Ten yeors experience at executive lev
Box J 300, The Dally Register, Shrews- tor. t r t m t n d o u i T V coverage In our tlon
.m. dally and all day weekends. SI9lldays
Musi
have
prevloui
security
or
a r t a . No canvassing, a l l leads pro
el Available Immediately Please coll
bury, N.J. 07701.
P I C K U P 1940 - Good running condl
III, Ext. 157, dolly.
polite experience, Pleose apply Per 747 iW or write P.O Bon 41. Little.
vlded Guaranteed 14 per hour plus ex
tlon, asking S4O0 Call after 5 p.m. at
SOnnel Deportment, Boyshort Commu
DODGE CHARGER - 1973. 311 outo
ctllent commission. Mlddletown area
Silver, N J 0 7 m
PLYMOUTH WAGON - 1973, nine
nlty Hospital. 737 N Beers St , Holm
Coll*71-772t
m a l i c , A M r a d i o , p o w t r steer- passenger, ntw tires, brakes, elec- 391-5110.
d
l
ing/brakes New llrev Good condlllon
TRUCK A N D CARGO I N S U R A N C E
trical sy.ttm. Asking WOO. Call 741PART TIME - Telephone solicitors
Comtl4M.Call>71-90U.
F r e * Quotes By Phone
SERVICE
STATION
ATTENDANT
55 Situations Wanted
FOOD SERVICE MANAGER
and sales positions open, evenings
SJI-tttl
Pumping gas and cleaning up. I to 4 M
Temporary/full-time. NOT TO EX- only Coll before 4 p.m., 4W-II1Q.
DODGE MONACO BROUGHAM - PONTIAC CATALINA 1949— Good Low Rotct
ond olio part time weekends. Rumson
Male
CEED W day* Supervise operation of
1974, tour-door. 31.000 miles, excellent condition, new tire* and front end.
TRUCK INSURANCE
PERSON
t
o
worsTln
office,
phone
Exxon,
V
Wesi
River
Rd
,
Rumtnn
officer's
dub
kitchen,
dining
room
and
condition. Aiklng 13000. 741 SW.
Free quotes and binders by phone. Call
DRUMMER - I I yeors, double boss.
1450 Call » l 2607 after S 30
toll free WATTS line, 100177 9703 34 banquets. Must hove 3Wyeort lotal orders ond Inventory control Apply SOL I Cl TORS — Port-time, tTleanone
wlshei
I D loin or form rock band,
DODGE WINDOW VAN 1973 - Sin
experience
In
cooking,
planning,
buy
Marlboro Gloss Distributors, Tennent calling from your home or our office In
hours, seven doyi a week
iet loui musklon Call Drew, 747 147ft
cylinder, outorootlt.
Ino, Irolnlna ond schtoulino of Per ion
Rd., Morgonvllle.
Mlddletown. Poy hourly plus nonui
I DO HANDYMAN JOBS
Ooroge
3*4 1551
1949 C H E V R O L E T TRUCK - Plumbnet of which two years wtrt In a tuper
RD ASSf M
roll * M 7 7 » between 9 >|>m
doors,
ceromlc
tile, sliding doors, winer's utility body, * - t o n , V I , standard visory category. 113,336 annual Call PRINTED CIRCUIT i
DODGE 1950 - Good condition, best
Ml 531 '29Q7/4U1. Mon , throuoh Frl. BLERS — Minimum one-year ex- SUMMER HELP WANTED - Ploy
dows, sash cholns, tills repaired Roof
SAFARI WAGON 1974 - shift. Asking 11700 717-0519.
offtr. 1970 GTO convertible, need* PONTIAC
perience.
Equal Opportunity Employer, M/F,
Ninepasitnger,, A
AM/FM
M F M istereo,
t e e o , olr
around Asslslonl Directors, Arts and repairs Call Bob, 74? Jf4J
wort, p i t offer. 7I7-W7,
conditioning,
i~g, fully
fuih loaded, 57,000
Crafts I n s t r u c t o r s , L a k e f r o n t
4 Motorcycles
FULL -TIME — Clerk for convenience WIRERS AND SOLDERERS - One
DODGE 1971 CHARGER - I*.000
lleviMSO 7I7 1S9S
Lifeguards. Must be High School grod
doors, ceromlc tile, sliding door.. .
food store located at Broad 51 ond year experience.
mllti. Powtr steering and brokti, olr
C Y C L E INSURANCE
uatts with experlenca In Recreation or
PONTIAC VENTURA — 197S, two
dows, sash chains, silts repaired Root
Moote PI., Keyport. Must be over I I .
comMtlonlna, engine In excellent condl
working with children. Applications repairs Call Bob, W-1HI
QUALITY
CONTROL
INSPECTORS
See ofttr 1p.m.
may be picked up at Borough Hall
— One-yeor minimum experience.
hours, w v t n days a week.
starting.
* Deodllne Is
GAL/GUY FRIDAY - RUMSON, full
rtlno Monday,
Mondo'.. Morcn
.
or
port
time.
Major
International
mon
irchV7 Motowan
Borough „
TECHNICAL ASSEMBLERS - One
Matt
CB 340 1974 - U l t d one M a DOKEMUS FORD
PONTIAC 1970 LtMANS - Stottor HONDA
aatmtnt consulting firm with Rumson yeor minimum experience.
' rrtd. M.
MATAWAN
BOROUGH
...ferried.
..
•SALES SERVICE-PARTS
son, 3,400 miles, asking 1450. Encelltnt
Wagon Automatic, V I , power steer
oftlct Is adding lo staff ond has need
RECREATION COMMISSION
» «
A . , Rad S o * 74l«00
condition. 143-5311
Ing, air condJtlontd. »S50 1711374.
tor person reporting to President, with
APPLY IN PERSON
SWITCHBOARD
OPERATOR
— for
DUSTER l l » - Sia-cylllMar, iton
minimal shorttrand, good typing, be*k
night
w
o
r
k
,
i
t
I
s
h
i
f
t . F u l l or
dltlon. For trolls or . . . .
keeping l k l l l i and dictaphone exdord shin. 70,000 m l l t t , r u m well,
AUDIO VISUAL LABS
61 Business
port time Long ttrm. Coll 741-4343
perience. Send background InformaO.H0 Call SM1267.
OO* 1075.143 5940 ofttr 4 p,
Corner
of
Hillside
ond
Central
Ave.
tion, in complete confidence, to arK A W A S A K I 400$ 1977 - M 0 0 . A l i a
Opportunities
ECONOLINE VAN - 1171. 300 Serl.v
Atlontlc Highlands
range for Immediate personal InterRED BANK VOLVO
selling extras, two m i r r o r s , canvas view, current eornlngt ond hourly sol
BE TOUR OWN,BOM - Areas avail
119 E. NEWMAN SPRINGS RO
P S Y C H O L O G I S T - To do p i t
cover, two helmets 7I7-7143.
ory requirements must be Included, to choogical evaluations fo child sud
able for cmpei/cltonlng and building
RED
BANK,
741-SIM
.
..
cord
pair
or bttl otltr m H I ! .
Box D 311, The D a l l y Register, learn on a cose basis for the Tlnto
molnlenoncJTbusiness. Small InYAMAHA
switchboard. Some telephone ex
RITTENHOUSE
Shrtwsbury, N.J, 07701.
Falls Schools Call Or Arnold Cohen. perlence
estment coven complete buslntis
vestme
J 1 R CYCLE SERVICE, INC.
FIAT SALES AND SERVICE - LEplui conloct with the publlt
741-4111.
k , b
backed by national company
LINCOLN MERCURY Inc.
Dockage,
Union A 3rd. Avt.-Long flronch-379
VINE MOTOR CORP , Moplt AvI.,
preferred Willing to train qualified op
GASATTENDANT/WRECKER
all • » I0M
I0
Equal Opportunity Employer
900 HWY 35 775-1500 OCEAN TWP
5100
Rad Bank. 741-4570.
pllcont
Liberal
employee
benefits
DRIVER - Weekends ond evenings
SEE A "RUSSELL MAN' - For your
CallW
Meode,
Stt-tMl.
Y CLEANING
PU NOTPR E K ~ 6 p i RATOR — Small
CARPET/UPH i
FIAT 130 STATION WAGON lf7S - next ntw or uted cor. RUSSELL Old*
Only experienced, reliable need oppTy
MIDLAND OLASS CO INC
O MOO
kl
manufacturing
company
BUSINESS - I
anuacug o
p y needs oper
AM/FM, only U.OW mlln, » M.P.G., mobile Cadillac Co., 100 Ntwman 5 Auto Services/Ports
B I G Gull, Holmdei, M4-tM0
Cllffwood, N.J.
otor for
for small
smallpunch
punchpress
press production
fort or full lime. Invest under ftl.
otor
daoMr xrvlcM Mint i t l l . ; » UTO
Springs Rd., Rtd Bank. 74I-Ot10.
OPEL GT 1970
GRILL COOK - M/F, for cafeteria, work.
work. Mochlne
Mochlne shop
shop background
background pre
Equal Opportunity Employer
or complele package
Maintenance
breakfast ond lunch. Full-time, Mon.. ferred.
f d Contoct
C t t Jim
Ji Bernard.
B r d 441
441
4100, TEACHER OF THE HANDICAPPED
SHORE
MOTORS
through Frl Experience necessary. H
E»cfll«nt condlllon. U.1S0.
HP"
Volvo Trlumoh Dealer
- (Socially molod|usled class) Full
CAR W A S H — Self s e r v i c e , e s l o b
Good starting pay, excellent benefits
Hwy. M, Monotquon, >«-?100
ihed 10 years. Owner retiring Call
REAL ESTATE SALES — Bright, agCall Manager, t4».si,f for Interview
ifter t, 717-0437
.
FIAT I«7S - 111, automatic. AM/FM.
gressive associate needed for octlve REMEDIAL READING TEACHER Equal Opportunity Employer.
STEIN
CAOILLAC-PONTIAC
11 400 mlKn. l»7< Flat, !M itdon, outo
multiple listing office. Great training Port-time.
AS6URY
AVE.,
ASBURY
PARK
IOUOR STORE - Busy corner lota
HAIR DESIGNER - Good opportu ond odvertiling programs
Must hove New Jersey certification
malic, 4Mt0mllai. S O - M I .
Ian. Also modern building, parking
nlty for experienced person, refer MELMED REALTY, INC,
*71 M M immedlote opening. Submit resume to
6
Auto
Rent/Lease
FIAT ISO SPIDER - 1»7], r t d , con
ot,
four-family
apartment
owner
re
STRAUBBUICK
OPEL
most familiar with Paul Mitchell or REAL ESTATE SALESPERSONS"^ Mr Herbert A. Korev, Asslslonl Su
vtrilMt, tln« condlllon l i n o
ring after 14 successful years WO.OOO
RENT A VAN — Low, low rates. Chodwlcx method of precision cutting. We ore looking lor two sales asiocl
NINE ACRES of Ntw and Used Con
perlnlendent, Long Branch Public
Coll » • »m tvanlnat
own plus stock, m left
Principals
Hwy 35
344 4000
Ktyport Call Lorry, TOM'S FORD, Hwy JS. Solory ©pen--efill day , 471-033*; eve- otes, ei
Schools, 4 Weil End Court, Lang
Ktwori, JM 1(00
nings, 74M4O5.
Branch, N.J. 07740. <»9 1001) An
FORD ECONOLINE.VAN — IH5
train j
SUNBEAM ALPINE - 1949, four
L M A l l BUSINESS FOR l A t I
Al
equal opportunity employer.
ISOO. Oood dtdl
HAIRDRESSER WANTED - With lol 35. Mlddtetown. 747 TOM
ipetd, four cylinder, 35 mpg, All
antic Highlands. Send Resume to Box
PI-QMS, day or nlont
lowing. Write Box D 313, The Dally REAL ESTATE - Soles associate Tike SALESPERSON - Oufslete On"
around good thopt - * » or bett offer
7 Auto Insurance
< 344, The Dally Register, Shrowslimited opportunity with extelKnt
Register, Shrewsbury, N.J. 07701
wanted for one of Mlddlelown's lead growth
FORD GALAXIE 500 — IT7I. Powtr 3*4-3919.
~ AUTO AND CYCLE INSURANCE
•ury. 07701.
potential
Experienced
lire
Capable of handling exItaaf Ino/broka*. olr Ntw l l r t l ond tx- THE FINE'T SELECTION - Of ntw
INSURANCE AGENCY - Looking lor Ing agencies
FrM Ouoltt By Phone
preferred H. K Tire Company,
clientele, full lime only. Li- people
Kami. Vtry clton. 7S7-WW.
i l l 0001 full time personnel. Mutt hove ability ecutive
nil French St . New Brunswick
ond used cars In Monmouth County. Low Rain
to rate ond write personal lines Mid cense o musl Experience helpful but
FORO PINTO WAGON l«7i - H a l Over 100 air-conditioned ntw car. In
51. Help W a n t e d
AUTO INSURANCE
not
necessory.
Sophisticated
marketdletown area Coll 717-4310.
iltrto. radio, root rack, automatic Stock. McGLOIN BUICK OPEL INC.,
ing ond Homing program available
TOOL MAKERS
*
Iranimliilon M.ooo m l l t i . Aiklng Shrewsbury Avt., New Shrewsbury
I N S U R A N C E - A G E N C Y - Ex- Modern office with oil essential tocll
OS00 171W1J
741-4300.
DIE MAKERS
perienced person desired for Northern Itles. Member of MLS Call Foulk<
hour*. Mvtn day* o « M *
Monmoutr. County office Send resume
MACHINIST
HOL8EY PONTIAC h e *
JOHN L COOKE AGENCY
ond salary desired to: P.O. Bon E-3tt,
2. Autos For Sole
snnu
1. Autos For Sal*
The Dolly Regl.ler. Shrtwsbury, N.j.
opening l o r . . .
i will poy for your previous exW Hwy. ]S, Edoolown
07701.
perience. Liberal benefits Call Mr.
REAL ESTATE SALES - Licensed, Kramer, Monmouth Silversmiths.
RATES R E D U C E D FOR MANY
O I N T H E N A V Y — C A R E E R unlicensed,
DRIVERS - Crack our dlKounli and JTRAINING
full time, part-time. If Shrewsbury 747-MU
IN
OVER
40
FIELDS
IF
low down povmtnti. Froi quoit 2U
y o u ' v t been looking for a NEW
QUALIFY FOR ENLISTMENT
TRACTOR T R A I L E R D R I V E R 300? PHOMK Brokiroga. 45 Hwy. >t, YOU
PAID VACATION, GOOD PAY AND START, thtn look no morel Rapidly U.50 on hour. Local empty boi.es EdlKtporl
BENEFITS FOR MORE INFORMA- growing company needs two aggres- son. con VHQ ot n$4i\6,
sive closers to work from your local
TION. CALL YOUR NAVY RECRUIT
area on cash basis, Can torn 1150 or T R A N S F f O P E R A T O R - i n ER
IN
10 WonUd Automytlve
better port-time your first week as perlenced NCR 77S operator needed
GET RE-ESTABLISHED
RED BANK -741-33H
mortgage counselor Coll now, 301 343 Coll Miss Mahonty at Shrtwsbury
BMW m WANTED - !«S. l«< artHAZLET-1*4 3455
Stole Bonk, 143 1700 for appointment
3700.
l«rrtd. Four io*«d Private buyer
FREEHOLD - 7 » 1070
Cm EXrUIENCE
UP TO 48 MONTHS TO PAY
An equal opportunity employer M^F.
EAST BRUNSWICK - m-ilTt
coii in uu
RECEIVINO AND STOCK CLERK
TRUCK MECHANIC - E^perTe*nct~
PMFMRED,
KEYPUNCH-EXPERIENCED
ond
tools
necessory.
Apply
tn
pt'sone
L J, GONZER ASSOCIATES
t t Ch
C h l P l t h
141 W
N T NOT NECESSARY
Sctiworti
153 Brood St., Red Bonk
143 1*01 FuM-tlm*. permanent |ob No • • S
perlence required. Oood poyplus ben
LADIES MEN - Work of home on the tflts. Reply to Box J 30), The Daily Front St, Re
ANTED
JUNK
VENDING MECHANIC M'F • To • Union Shop plus uniform!
UP TO 84 MONTHS IF QUALIFIED
phont, earn Stt-UQ weekly servicing Register, Shrewsbury, N.J. Q77O).
molntoJn ond sorvlce vending moctiln
our customers. 244 3344
RECEPTIONIST - Doctor's officer es In office building Must hove elec
TOP DOLLAR
LEGAL SECRETARY - Real Estate, chiropractic knowledge preferred, trlcol, mechonlcol ond rtfrlDtrotlon
• Paid Holidays & Sick
closing experience preferred
light typing, port time evenings Send backaround Good salary, eitcellenl
Leave (Incl Dental
beneflts For Interview call Manager
resume to Box E JW. The Dally Regis
ter,
Shrtwsbury,
N.J.
07701
Insurance & Pension
H
«
4
W
t
f
SoyrevllH, N.J.
7171100 LIMOUSINE ORIVERS - Port time,
(H«4W
No Co-Mak.ra — No Olmmlckt
Iguol Opportunity Employer M/F
hours to suit your schedule Must be RECEPTIONIST - Full time position
Plan) ,
neat In apptaranct and have good In Rtd Bonk low office. Pleosont per
VOLKSWAGEN "PARTS MANTAOTR"
WANTED
on the Spot Approval if Qualified
record. Coll 143 3437 tor Inter- sonailty with good speaking voice
— Nttds an experienced parti person
, A I i « « con <rt mx*i Ti> dtHk. POM driving
On* 0 / ft* Shon'§
to build existing wholesale route Will
OASIS MOTORS
(»1) W 7100 view.
LmrgttlDfhit
consider other foreign cor experience
WE SUY USED CARS AND TRUCKS
ond
willingness to learn our system If
* SHU Orowlngl
SCHWARTZ
CHRYSLER
you want to loffl on aggressive grow
PLYMOUTM
REGISTERED NURSES Ing oroanltotlon with excellent work
Red Bank, 7<7-o;il
LOOKING FOR - 10 terlmrt minded
Ino conditions, coll Mr Ken Theodore.
For
Inttrrttw Appt ctll
WE BUY USED CARS AND TRUCKS periam, to make ertro money, port or Full time, 11 p.m. to 7 a.m. Liberal 7*11100
Kill time Coll H M « 7 or T» nn lor b e n e f i t s .
SCHWARTZ Cnryiler Plrmoum
H O L M D E L CON
WAITRESSES M/W - Must be exMr. Tomalno
Red Bon*. 74I-0X7
VALESCENT CENTER, 94e-4300.
perienced Apply In person Hex Diner
• N - Fulltime ond port lime. J U m W. Front St, Red Bonk.
542-7805
WA~i TR E S S £ S ^ ^ - ^ ^ y e o r s " e T "
perlence a must. Apply In person only
PALACE
SALOON*
OPERA
HOUSE.
MACHINIST - Oenerol. Minimum ol
740 River Rd , Folr Ho,en Ask for
two veori experience. Liberal ben
Bernle *
Kil n i M
CALORIC C O U N T E R T O P GAS
RANGE
l
dl
11or. Co
CARPET DISCOUNT
WorehouM salt Save 40 to M X . From
U f t so yd , Installed Choice ol deco
rotor colon Free shop-ot home ser
vice Budge! terms WMIOD.
ANTIQUE~6AV FURNITURT"^
Area s lorgett and lines! selection i n CHAIR — Green Fireplace, bar on
one side record, U tape M o t r and ro
Sqoonfcum Vellowbrook R d . . F o r m
dlo
on other sla*
Ingdale, oe«l lo Howell Pork
M c L A I H . t M W T l tTdoysl
CHEST FREEZER - WelltoulH, with
i
ft
d) i t h l d
ANTIQUE V A N I T V B U R E A U - With
71 Merchandise
For Sale
seat, a rare piece, collector's
U00 > » ? e l 7
Item,
AQUARIUM - n gollon. with stand,
top and all accessories, only Iwo
months old First tefl tokts II I f MM4
More dossllied
on Next Page
OASSflED ADVERTISING RATES
TOU FWI HtOM MATAWAN AHA SM4100
TOU FMi ROM KUODIITOWN A I M 471-9300
•Jon CommwfClal R i t a i
S4 minimum charge
Per Line
73
67
61
55
51
1 Dav
? Dtyt (ContBCutrvB)
3 Days iCnnsecutive) '
4 Davs i( onsecutive) S Days (Consecutive)
6 Days (Cnnsw utivci
47
45
43
41
K) Dayi (Coftucuttvei
,^
'
CofrHiWfclBl Rota*
S4 minimurrj charge
Per Line
B2
76
701
64
58
54
51
48
1 Dav
.' Days (Consecutive)
3 Days (Consecutive)
4 Days (Consecutive)
S Days (Consecutive)
6 Days IConserutive)
/ Days (Consecutive)
H Days (Consecutive)
11) Days (Consecutive)
4t
FAMILY PLAN RATE
3 Lines - 5 Days - $ 3 0 0 SI 0 0 each line Available lo individuals placing ads under Merchandise Fo( Sale ' lor
items nol exceeding S100 each Items must be priced Noncommercial ads only
Conlrtcl Haiti on fl«qu»il
•OX REPLY SERVICE
PICK-UP $1.50
MAIL $3.50
f or each bo> number assigned
FRONT PAGE READERS
Dettr t r * i »e* Court Una BeM
feet Isse-was M B B - w a n — •>•
M nmtm 0m* al kM at catann
BBS
V W Hi C«M4 Una « a M *aca
t
•SB?
USED CAR
TECHNICIAN
NEED A CAR?
"HOMEOWNER SPECIAL"
CANCELLATION NUMBER
Nolce & Credrl lor cancellation m oven only on ttBuance ol
special kin number to advenuei when canceMtion ol ad is
requested Advertiser must retain number lor lulure reference
No cancellations will be taken alter 4 p m Friday until B a m
Monday
Please check your ad the day it appears t h e Daily Register
cannot be responsible lor errors atler the lirsi day Call 542) 700 lo make corrections
DEADLINES
ADS — Set solid style ads — 4 p m day belore publication
— I inlay 4 p mtorSunday publication Classilied Display
— 4 p m two days prior to publication — Thursday 4 p m
tor Sunday pubhcalion Prool ads three days prior lo pubii
cation fleal Estate Today — Wednesday lor Friday A Sunday publcalion
•
-s
C M M E C T I O N S — 4 p m Monday through Thursday lor
next day. 4 p m F nday lor Sunday & Monday
WEEKEND CALLS
ANSWERING t W N V I C I — Alter 5 p m Friday until 8 0 0
a in Monday all calls are taken by our answering service
An ads corrections and cancellations taken will be processed Monday lor Tuesday's paper
All ads are restricted to their proper classification and to the
regular Daily Register style ol type W e reserve the nghi to
edil or reiect any classified advertising copy
All ads once called in and processed it cancelled will be
charged a minimum charge ol 14 00
DEATH NOTICES
Death Notices Cards ol Thanks. In Memonams and Anniversary Masses (Run on the Obituary Page) 95' per line
2 Autos For Sale
3 Trucks For Sale
4 Motorcycles
5 Auto Service Parts
6 Auto Rent Lease
7 Auto insurance
8 Auto Finance
9 Construction Equipment
10 Wanted Automotive
Bam
21 Busmes* Services
22 Arts 4 Crafts
100% FINANCING
Coil Mr. Banks
566-61021
51 Help Wanted
52 BabyMting/Child Care
53 Domestic Help
54 Situations Wanted Female
55 Situations Wanted Male
56 Situations Wanted
Male/Female
57 Day Care/Nursery School
HOISEY PONTIAC
HuryM
51. Help Wanted
FUTURMG
NfW 1971
MBK.MKAT
Slock No 8237. Std: 4
cyl. 4-speed. p/b. styled
steel wheels, tinted
glass, b u c k e t s , m n l .
steering (rack & pinion).
Opt: Moonrool. all glass
third door, sports accent
group, steel beted radial
w/ws Mtr Sugg. Retail
$4307. One in stock. 4-6
weeks to order 3 | 9 9 "
1^11 nemnii
ii
"Wt mtnltoM
GEORGE WALL
APPLICATIONS - Now bring occtpf
td for wotttri ond w o l f r t l t t l , t *
ptrtmctd onir. KltcfMn htip, ovtr I I
No phont c a m p l t « t Tht Llttlt
Kraut RMlavrant. Rtd Bonk
AUTO MECHANIC - Eiptrltnct and
Itols ntctlfarv Apply In ptrton.
Schwartl Chrrtttr Plymouth. 141 W.
Front St., Rtd Bant.
AUTO PARTS - Counter person EM
. ysler Plymouth and
_ Trucks. Apply In person,
Maurice Schworti ft ions, 141 W,
Front St, Red Bonk
•XAVEMONEY. MEET PEOPLE
BE YOUR OWN BOSS
Stll Avon's workHomoui quality prod
ixti. You'll Mt your own hours, and
M» twrdtf vou work, tht mart you'll
torn Coll now Mrt I tomfrwutd, 471
l i n ; Mrs. Karnilin. SM-SJU; or M M
Archtf. nt-4531
BANKROBBER"
r DlfeV H I oimcil empty, or
II |W
|vSrSeedion<ee«trocoe*T>
Xomo — hat many temporary lob
we need H peopte like vow wj£ a
car and phone, ready to flit fhTsWmand lor saxrosarlss, typists, stenogrophers. keypuncheri, accounting
dora." ~
MctayM
Cotl no* In tour oreo MS-7
3J
LINCOLN-MERCURY
SHREWSBURY, N.J.
SHREWSBURY AVE., AT 8VCAMORE
MANPOWER
747-5400
•OOKKEEPEII - TyUlt. corntruc
—m kackaround. M l time. MHr>. Call
rtnonSueli ot Ml-elel Overiteod
temporary Service*
51. Help Wanted
51. Help Wanted
ENGINEERING OPENINGS
• M M k | p _ t a w a n •••••Ml V.«Atr .
SECRETARY
• year* aeenwenei eapentnet n S _ M mtrtwsng eree Good esmo tvxl typ»g Mi_i
Applicants should have 4 + years experience Have a Electro-Mechanical Technical writer and have ability to write INSTALLATION AND OPERATION Technical manuals
BILL OF MATERIAL WRITER
Applicants should have 1 + years experience in BILL OF
MATERIAL writing and should be familiar "With Engineering
Drawing and have a good mechanical aptitude
DRAFTING
1 + years experience in Electro-Mechanical Drafting Applicants must have thorough knowledge of Drafting equipment
and should be able lo produce layouts trom sketchings
Drafting school certification or Electrical-Mechanical experience preferred
vmt
CREDIT CORRESPONDENT
n procMmg Kcounsi 'eceweWe charges kv c e d l fypeig en
BILLING CLERK
KEYPUNCH
* yeert ewerance on Ot—pom 100 or Key H> Disc Group Second U
TELEX-OPERATORS
lo, rwrwuwg nconwg and MndM outtong Tttoi and M M n »
MtJcwnrJ
SALES CORRESPONDENT
* yean eajwrtenoe isoiMng p.uoweig end toed* uc on cuecm* oroen
FEDDERS
CORP.
EDISON, N J . 08817
I Business Opportunities
2Mongaoes
63 Money To Loan
64 Money Wanted
UH^j]
131 Houses For Sale
132 Condominiums
Town Houses
133 Income Property
134 Farm Property
135 Commercial Property
136 Industrial Properly
137 Lots and Acreage
138 Mobile Homes
139 Cemetery Lots
140 Real Estate Wanted
152 Boat* and Accessories
153 Campmg Equipment
154 Recreational Vehcles
CLERICAL
Dug to our expansion Itw lolowing potitiona are available
We otler a good starting salary and HMIal company paid
benefits and an opportunity for growth Apply by calling Correspondent Personnel for appointment
TECHNICAL WRITER
101 Apartments
102 House* For Rant
103 Rentals To Share
104 Wrier Rentals
105 Summer FienUls
106 Furrwhed Rooms
107 Nursing Homes
106 Commercial Rentals
iO9Buik*ngt'GaragM
110 Wanted To Rent
CORP.
EDISON, N.J. 08817
71 Merchandise For Sale
72 Garage/Yard Sales
73 Machinery For Sale
74 Rental Service
75 Farm Equipment
76 Auction Sales
77 Pets and Livestock
78 Aircraft
79 Swap or Exchange
80 Bicycles/MmiB*es
81 Sports EquipmenI
62 Swirnrmng Pools
83 CBs. Electronics
84 Merchandise Wanted
209 Legal Services
210 Lou and Found
211 Special Notices
212 Travel Transportation
213 Instruction
214A1 Occasion
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The Sunday Register
542-1700
Classified Action Line
24 Hour Service
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SHREWSBURY N J
71 Merchond.se
For Sal*
71. Merchandise
For Sale
COSTU*I*« - «Mlw». corvM oo>
R A C I A L ARw SAW
10 Rockwell
CotloWf 4 3 Q P M M 1 W B
OAK CHtNA CABINET - E«te<le
condition AikingtSO
Daily-Sunday
PIANOS ORGANS
REGISTER
Classified Ads
as low as
41 cents
pe li
MONDAV MARCH 6 w e
d
For FAST RESULTS
at LOW COST
phone
REGISTER
-._ MOPEDS - ftotovus 900 miles.
TWO
977. |)3S Molobeconc 400 miles,
1*77,
977. U7S S4I 1164
82. Swimming Pool*
AAA B U Y ' " - Pool diitnbolor mult
wii n4w leftovers 1977 big tomlly t u t
pool (with deck, fence ana fitter) Now
only 1639. completely mttolled Con fi
nonte Con Don, t o l l e d . (701IMJ S354
SWIM POOLS FoLtory Special!
Closing out our 1977 line Lu»ur* pools
• ith deck, fence and filler Only UJ9
msiaiiea Financing available Co'i
Frank, 975 3100
Q U E E N s'lZE - i V r t p r l n g and
frame, bedding and two tpreods Good
condition 1100 142 4335
83. CBs, Electronics
CB R A D I O S - P o w e r m i k e s a n d
equipment tor sale Four A 1 sets Coll
3644149
84. Merchandise
Wanted
ROYAL DOULTON
Pujjie lug, 170.
Carved oak cocktail cobinet. »700
B r a n lop, oak t a b l e , with copper
noil*, U0 Ruman carved lewelry case.
M0 i w o M bikci 747 M M
AAAAAA - LIQUIDATE
Classified Ads
542-1700
101. Aportmenti
RED BANK - Ctntrolly locoied, three
rooms. 1735 o month Including heol
ond water Inquire after 4 at M l Pros
peel Avt .LlWlt Silver
108 Commercial
Rentals
sonobk _.
C E N T U R Y 71 V A N ' S A G E N C Y ,
REALTOR
MATAWAN - Three modern offices
Located on Rt 34 Privote entrance,
566-8100
ample parking 1150 ptr office month
Toll Free from Mlddletown Area
SNOW BLOWER - With Gravely Hoc
ly, plui utllltlet immediate occutor, UOO
pancy Coll SM-0936
671-9300
After 7 p m , 14? » »
Or rTytr Top cash oppranal 9*6 7W5 RED B A N K - Three-room oportmtnl. MIDDLETOWN - Corner Hwy 35 ond
DESKS. FILES - Tobies, c h a i n , ad SOFA 90 orongc floral pattern En
Chestnut Street Shop or office. 10x30,
1735 per month with no utilities Secu
ANTIQUES - Anything old Fuim
ding mochinei, t y p e w r i t e r s , offic
cellent Londltion 1150 After 4 p m .
rlty required No pets 747 1041, 1 6 1100 a month Pay own utilities Coll
equipment, etc ot boraaln prices New 142 74?]
ture, china, g l m i . dolls, [ewtlry, rugt
pm
doyi. 747 4444, after 5, S43 JO3I
or used A A C. D E S K O U T L E T . 1709
Top cash paid Mary Jane Roosevelt
SURFBOARD
6
3
Hollow
Wove.
Rt i i Ookhunl Ml-3990
OFFICE SPACE AVAILABLE - N t w
RED BANK
l « t Rlvtr R d . Rumwn 142 3159
full medium wet tult Born like new
Three-room oportment
building, 3000 sq ft , will divide lo suit,
A
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T
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S
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A
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E
W
A
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A
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»130 Colt 741-1744
I I Comer IneSt
heating ond air conditioning included
TlQUES, Rt I t and HomeHtod Ave ,
Highlands, N J Call 173 1*46
The USED FURNITURE CENTER
RED
BANK
Two
bedroom
opart
Leonardo 791 5750
OFFICE SPACE A V A I L A B L E — To
197 Shrtwibury Ave , Red Bonk
ment Heat and water Included Secu
Beenv Hoi be*n» and Why Noli
LABGE DOG CRATF - Needed for rlty required
equired 1300 per month Call 143 share 1500 tq fi , fully furnished, ad
F I V E P I E C E B E D R O O M SET locent to Boythore Hospital 2*4 1/1/
air travel Call
3171 ofttr
ft S
Sp
f "K# s - M * r c t d « Mkhelln Five.
Flveplete wood dinette set, both or
7A443OI
FR70 14, ertro wide radlali Like new,
new, 1140 After I p m 4VS OW,
PROFESSIONAL OFFICE SUITE RED BANK
I I RIVERSIDE AVE Ground floor, suitable lor doctor or
ISO each Merced** WS0 rodlo ond coi
FURNISHING ON A LOW BUDGET
Mtie, U U Sleel top tor SL. 1500 747
NAN JOHNSON
dentist ot 333 Broad SI , Red Bonk 747
- Check the U S E D F U R N i T U R
37)0, 9a.m. to Sp.m.
7447
BUYS AND BUYS
CENTER 0 F R E D BANK Fine furr
From an entire household lo a tingle
LUXURY HIGH-RISE"
TIRES - Two, C m s , Cuthlon Air,
t u r e f o r l e i i 197 Shrewsbury Ave
STORE OR OFFICE - 175 Oft Brood
Item Antique furnlfure, leweiry, t i l
Overlooking the Noveilnk Rlvtr
oood condlllon US for both Call 747
Street, with own parking. 747 9403 or
ver immediate cath Top dollar
779 rm
MM4<t
We wont you!.. To help us keep rents 7
TV - SCOT* color, excellent condition,
THREE ROOM OFFICE - Llncroft
at their lowttt By maintaining 100%
Furniture ot a traction above toit At
OLD
FURNITURE
Antiques,
chlno,
recently itrvlced, beautiful picture,
occupancy we are effectively keeping Near the Parkway Modern building
name brand ovalioble, such at Ben
nware. art objecti ond brk-o-brac
1160 S44IM0
rents
down
Sludloi
starting
at
1750,
nlngton Pine, Pennsylvania Houie
medlote cosh for anything, and ev one bedrooms starting ot 1375, Iwo Call Roger Cotens, Realtor, ot 7417616.
Crenel, Heritage, Henredon, Baker
erythlng RutcU't. 35 Eott Front St , bedrooms starting ot M M . three bed
T h o m o i v i l l e , Century, ond many
WE H A V E R E N T A L S A V A I L A B L E
rooms alto
many more For more Information
IMMEDIATELY,DOWNTOWN
TURN YOUR D I A M O N D S I N T O
DOLLARS - Convert Old Jewelry to Central air and heat, gos cooking, bo I AREA, RED BANK. CALL TODAY.
MICHAEL G F R U N Z I
Coih. DON P O N S J E W E L E R S Will conltl, It hour doorman, TV security.
WICKER BASSINET AND DRESSING
LOG
ASSOCIATES
Buy from private owners ond estates
TABIE - In good condition 14} Coll
swimming pool, touna, marina, alto
671 IWO
* t » V [ C f OF N J
ANTIOUE CLOCKS REPAIRED AND underground parking Rental office
J E W E L R Y D E S I G N E D 799 River open seven doyt a week Coll Bob Clc
FURNITURfc
H O U S E M O i D WOO^rjE N~K N E E H 0 L E DESK
Rd , Foir Haven, N.J 143 43 S 7
GOODS Ook dretse4 I ] ] SO. Mopi
i one at 301 741 1737
110
Wanted
To Rent
MM42, In good condition Aiding »35
china cabinet, 149; ilrolier, t l 50, tot
141-0095 belweene Xo m I I W o r n
USED POTTER » WHEEL
HUMSON
Small twobedroom doll COUPLE - With InfanFtetklng two
Ice cream parlor chairs, heart back
CALL
house Perfect tor tingle person or Iwo bedroom apartment or houtt RumI 3 i each, b r a n a n d l r o n t . I l l SO
W O O D f N K N E E H O I l DfSK
.
W-MJ/
young people Near village, pork ond ton, Locust arto. 7419474
three fold fire screen, 172 SO, slat lo
10X47, eight drawers p i u i middle
river 1775 Rent Includes all utilities
trunk, H I , smoking ttond U » , (too
drower, In good condlllon 135. 147 WANTED - ijied NCR cath regliter
R E N T A L S W A N T E D - V . u i l y or
mirror, 110; youth bed (complete
0095,9 n 11:10am
Model No 13 or 34 or 6000 Must be In 747 7911 and 747 17|4
wlnltf Call O\ * » ! MwiOov tnrougli
M i ; metal wardrobe, J33.SO. wlr
d working condition Monmoulh SEA BRIGHT - Designer turnlthtd Frldoy No I M
m a g o i i n e r a c k i , I I SO e a c h ; Ic
YOU PICK-UP SALE
Iding Center, 747-SWO.
studio and executive suites Harbour
skates, I ! SO, floor lamp, U 7i, imo
Toll Free from Motawon Area
SEARS AIR CONDITIONER - SOW
BTU, 110 volt, u i t d two summers,
wle. 1100 S4I OJf>
UNWANT
ED ANTIQUES, J E W E L R Y . RUGS.
FOR CASH
INTERNATIONAL GALLERIES
IS9E Newmon Springs Rd
to
747tMO
RED B A N it - D« I u • t one -btdr oom,
tutmshed, c o r p t t t d , utllltlei 1375,
leoteandseturlly 741-0301 after 4
RED BANK" -~F~u7mth«d~thfe«-room
oportment. older person preferred, no
pets, 1775 monthly includes utilities,
one month security required 547 7791,
between M p.m.
FURNITURE
t
painted bookcase, 113.50; hldnc
shaped pointed dressing table, U SO
More and more R U S C I L i , 3S E
Front SI , Red Bonk J*\ 16VJ
LSL Lowrey French Provincial. *1M
TPL with I nile, IJOi
M I with rhythm, U 3 I M
.
Baldwin two keyboard run machine,
GAS STATION EQUIPMENT - T w
lifts, one compressor ond attachment
Tire changer, overhead doors and *>
pones of glast Best offer. 741 347
Mon through Thurs. after S30p m
Hommond K-100.1490
Hammond L 100, U30
Hommond T 500, 1IM7
LOWREY ORGAN CENTER, 107 Mon
mouth Moll, Lower Level, nent to Pen
fwyi S4V l i w
<5T E""ELITCTR~I C X M i n ftA N
RANGE ~ Double oven, coppertom
Excellent condition. I12S Coll i*\
10'ALUMINUM SIDING BREAK
I7S0
791 1S34
3 LINES
5 DAYS
$3.00
HAMMOND
ORGAN
Of Asbury Park
HUGE PIANO SALE
count ir canceled before expiration
No changes In copy
Have something to iell? Phone
RENTAL$17.50per mp
Rent with option to buy
171 033
JOHN DEERE - ~ l M 7 Backhoe Smith
Tug a long air compreiior B t i t offer
KITCHEN CABINETS - And For
counter top Including wall oven cabl
net Approximately 16' long Best of
lei After 6 P M call 747 4AM.
LIVING ROOM COUCH
Two < halts, Iwo end loblei. ll'S U1
mil
MATCHING LIVINGROOM
seat and couch, Iwo living room lumps
and den furniture Like new 1400 495
MUST SELL - Living room tecllono
ur>d trireation room furniture and two
tables 7I7OSSI
108. Commercial
Rentals
S4 M0AD IT., « D IANK
(wemerit, mil roily kKOlld, unqb
room offne (710) tq I t ) double room
oflue (?60 tq h ) m tlevator buifclmg
with pnvoll porting, an londitioned,
Fieot and lull pnifofnl tervKti mduded
747-1100
PRIME INDUSTRIAL SPACE
6500 to 40,000 sq ti . tallgale loading, railroad siding,
private parking, air conditioned, sprinklmtxj Public
transportation.
747-1100
lor your old silver, chlno, old tools,
urientalia, miitOlloneous? Coll 191-
„
REAL ESTATE
R E N T AI S
101 Apartments
AAA RENTAL SERVICE - New rent
als dally, never a fee for tenonl. FurI97SHESSTON - front runner 140. 14 nished ond unfurnished hornet ond
H P , Hydroitatk drive, PTO clutth,
apartment T E l C H E f ) A G E N C Y ,
tin fool mower, mow blade, thoinv
REALTORS, 1 1 / Oceanport A v e . ,
ipore porfi. eNctllent ihope Call
Oceonport 5413S00
Evei 6710441.
A T L A N T I C H I G H L A N D S - Capri
Aporlmenfi, one and two-bedroom
den apartments now available,
I, hot woler Included In rent Call
for more Information? 391 0006. No
pttt.
I ATONTOWN
Fourwoomi, yjipet
ed Upstairs Separate entrance \S3S0 a
month, heat included Weekdays'after
6 p.m., weekendi oil day, 142 1611
The Register F A M I L Y ADS can iell HIGHLANDS - Hill section Two bed
room apartment. In two family houie.
your unneeded Itemi for you quickly
Couple preferred 1300, includes heat,
Merchandise for sole ONLY
Originating from household, not e i security required 671 6403
ceedlng a sole price of 1100per article
HIGHl AMDS
One and two bedroom
PRICE MUST BE M E N T I O N E D
apartments For appointment
Each additional line, 11.00. No d i i
391 llvS or 379 1600
<• I Wl FRIGERATOR - Very goo
condition Crib and matlren, ml'
cellaneoui Itemi. Belt offer 391 4673
G F REFRIGERATOR - Sterei
twin beds I I sheet! of paneling
(all M I / I / I
MEAT SLICER (GLOBE) - fficellen
condition Four years old Ashing UK
9MI919,
[
M O V I N G - Must Stll G . E Mobl
Mold dishwasher, butcher block top
like new, HIS. 391 N i l
MOVING* - Mult seli furnltun
Call offer Sp.m.
1/0 6S79
C
W O U L D Y O U L T K E - Instant cath
C
HIGHLANDS - Three rooms, suitable
for adults, 1150 o r
seturity required. 3
542-1700
KEANSBURG - Five room apart
ment, 1300 a month, plus utilities. One
month security Coll between 7 9 p.m.
717 M46
THE DAILY
REGISTER
KEANSBURG
Modern one bed
room apartment, full tile bath, 11/9 per
month plus e l e c l r k , security and
lease Apt. I B , 39 Grove Place. Call
313 4561,79pm
CLASSIFIED ADS
KEYPORT - Modern one bedroom
(ttiorlmenl.ovqilaple Morch I
7W4I33
77 Pets And Livestock
ADORABLE
Mollipcov part Mai
tese. port Poodle 175.
717 M9I
Hill I U R H i l R ~ ~
BRIARWOOD
Shopely white bitch, best af litter,
Good family protection, three months
old To proven good home only. Coll
739 9336
CORN F E D ANGUS STEERS - No
artificial oddltlvei to feed Call 54!
3ISS otter S p.m
DOG T R A I N I N G - Boyshore Com
ponlon Dog Club Next classes Mar I
ond Mar 16 Coll 741 1046
DOG WALKER - Responsible person
to core (or your animals In your home:
Little Silver Area Referencei. 143
1341 ofter i
FREE - Adorable puppies, (or good
home. Five weeks old
Coll evenlngt. 7171149
GENTLE S H E P H E R D - Husky male.
One year, good with children Good
home only Call 74) I ; i 4
G O I D E N RE TRI E VE R t - F l y *
weeks old. males ond females. tISO
6/1 0676
GOOD H O M E S - Found for dogs
Cash paid for pups COLLEGE PET
SHOP 1/0 MM. i f l 1363
HORSE STALL - For rent Excellent
facilities, modified American Plon
$43 1O9ft eves
LABRADOR R E T R I E V E R S - AKC
Field trial champion bloodlines. Nineweeks old 7IO-17U.
NORWEGIANI E L K H O U N I ) Six
weeks pld, papers.
617 7146 or 9461/64
PEKINGESE^PUPPY""- Male, paper
trained, AKC papers, IIJJ
K E Y P O R T - M o d e r n Iwo room
apartment, heat, air conditioning and
utilities supplied 1115 per month Call
264 ;>ll7ti*Fween9 Sp m
KEYPORT - Two bedroom opart
ment, 1330 plus utilities Available Im
mediately 164 1071.
KEYPORT - IV* btdroomi, upttolrs.
I'/) month's security Heat supplied
133S per month 739 1009, 7 I I p.m
Point, 149) Ocean Avt. 747 3353
SMALL A P A R T M E N T - 199 Port
Monmouth R d . , P o r t Monmouth
Kitchen, living room area, bedroom
ond both H 9 i plus electric No pett
allowed Coll 49S4374
THREE ROOM APARTMENT
1IV0
Quiet adults preferred.
391-1571
WALL TWP. - Luxury Garden oporl
ments Full carpeting, some with fireplaces, tennis court, swimming pool,
rlub house Unfurnished Starting al
1345 Seeing is believing 449 3440.
WEST E N D - JWt, furnished, unfur
nished, full kitchenette, air Pool, ler
race I1S5toil/5. 233 1335
102 Houses For Rent
I AST K E A N S B U R G - J ' l rooms
and bath duplex Suitable two persons,
1150 per month plus all utilities. Secu
rlty ond references required Available Immediately. Call Peggy, 717H T G H L A N D S - Small three-room cot
toge, suitable adults, 1150 per month
plus utilities Security required 391
2144
H I G H L A N D S - T w o - b t d r o o m house.
Immediate occupancy 14 Sea Drift
Ave 1750 per month plus utllltlet and
\r< uilly <tf|M)4lt Coll A71 IMS
H O L M O E L TWP. - Three-bedroom
Colonial older home, l'/i baths, country location, near N t w York but 1350
per month plus utilities Security ond
references required. Call doyi, 671MM.
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY - Two
bedrooms, living room, full dining
room, kitchen, basement, fireplace
Garage Immaculate condition 1415
plus utilities LtOlt required F A
ARMSTRONG AGENCY, 741 -4500.
REO BANK - Rent with option to
buy Four b e d r o o m h o m e , near
schools, shopping and Irantporlotion
Fully equipped Kitchen, all recently
remodeled and redecorated. Wall-to
MAlAWANCRtSTWOOD VILLAGE
Aportmenti from 1770, heat included
Al I .it 170 S6fr4O10
MATAWAN - Ken Gordens. big one
and two bedroom oparlmenls starting
at 1770. Carpeting throughout, Air conditioning. Loti of parking Swimming
pool ond Tennis Courts. Your verv
own patio. Walk to shopping and
Cltytomim "
S p m Mon
MODERN APARTMENT - Privote
home, three r o o m i . Near trans
porlallon 495 0416, belt lime lo call
before noon.
.__
MODERN GARDEN "APARTMENT'S
— Efficiency one and two bedrooms
available Immediately. No pets 364
IS44
REAL ESTATE
„ FOB SAI F
131 Houses For Sale
ACRE PLUS
4 FIREPLACES
Four bedrooms. 11x15 moiter suite,
11x13 guest b e d r o o m , 30x11 l i v i n g
room. 34x17 formal dining room, 19x16
country kltchtn, two luxury baths, rec
rcatlon basement, two tun porches.
700x750 lot 1*0'i
M E L M E O REALTY, INC
471 5450
A F A M I L Y AFFAIR
Four bedroom ranch In executive area
of Red Bank Design adaptable for In
law occommodatloni. Living room
with wall-to-wall bookcattf, dining
room, gomeroom, ?"i bolhs, two tar
built-in g o r o a e . p a t i o , a t t r a c t i v e
grounds 176,500
THE LAWLEY AGENCY
Realtors
741-4363
A FANTASTIC BROCHURE of homes
In Monmouth County I it's yours If you
wrlte'or call Betty R o i l Agency, 11/
Rt. 35, Keyport, N.J. 0773^ Phone;
3*41456
BRAND NEW
UO'l
Three bedrooms, 16' matter bedroom,
tat-In country kltchtn with dining
area, I I ' tomlly room,
utility room, ot
toched gorogt, l 1 ^ both*, patla, oppll
M E L M E D REALTY, INC.
671-54W
BRICK RANCH
I FIREPLACES
Three bedrooms. 15x14 master bedroom, 72' living room with Fireplace,
formal dining room, IS' tot-In country
kltchtn, IV] bathi, recreation b a i t
ment with fireplace, attached two-car
ooroge, lDOxUflot 140't.
M E L M E D REALTY, INC.
671-5650
BUY OR SELL - Your home through
on affiliate of tht largest real ettale
company In the world—Century 71 Col e n i Realtor, 741-7614. Multiple I l i l CAPE COD - On North Sunnycrtst
Drive. Three bedroom, two full baths.
CLASSIFIED
BUSINESS DIRECTORY
Your prtftrtfhctt. ond lifestyle a r t
thoroughly considered.
HOME SHARERS
60 Brood St., Red Bonk
7477299
104 Winter Rentals
FALL RENTAL - Vocation home. Mt
Pocona, Penn. Four-bedroom chalet,
privote beoch club, tennis courts, golf
course Weekends, weekly, monthly
37ISS43,
SEA B R I G H T - f
units
iih Weekly ond monthly ratei, moid
lo lease. Trade
rrvlce, utilities, TV No
Winds Motel & Marina. 143 1137
WESTTfNlT-'Furnlshed one-bedVoorn"
^r-> imjwr
a *
— i>T,ii>i«>ii>T
mru
IIIUIVI
35, Mlddletown. 14? 7S4S
DIAMOND PERFECT
ISO's
Four large bedrooms, I I ' master bed
room, 16 guttt btdroom, living room,
formal dining room, I I ' super t l i t d
kitchen, magnificent family room with
fireplace, recreation basement, two
luxury bathi, S'/j-car attached oar
taraac
671 S65O
MELMED REALTY, INC
ELLEN'S." HAZE LTON.^EALT^R"
Member Real Estate Exchange
1433300
GREAT STARTER HOME IN L I T T L E
SILVER - 30' ponded family room,
eat-In k l t c h t n , f i r e p l a c e In l i v i n g
room, two bedrooms ExcelItnt town
lo s t a r t your ho m e - o w n i n g . O n l y
143,000 E.A. ARMSTRONG AGENCY.
HAVE BUYERS N E E D LISTINGS
Call the Kerr Agency, Inc.
436 Rlvtr Rd., Fair Haven, 741-4477
106 Furnished Rooms
ATI ANTIC HIGHLANDS
Small ho
Tel. by week or month.
Coll 391-0066 or 74.1-1144
A T L A N T I C H I G H L A N D S - Single
, room near but and shopping. 1100
monthly. H1-91S4.
I CLIFFWOOD - Furnlthtd room for
I gentleman, privote entrance Ample
parking. Low rent Inquire Apt. 10,
Hwy 35, next lo Cllffwood Farm Mar
kt
HAZLET
9* tleec
4951*
A DAILY GUIDE
OF BUSINESS SERVICES TO SUIT YOUR NFEDS
BUSINESS
DIRECTORY
ADDING MACHINES
TYPEWRITERS
ADDE~RS~- TVptWriTeriTToTcuiatort,
told, traded, repaired
DISCOUNT Prices
SERPICOS
747O4M
ALTERATIONS
ADDITIONS — Roofing, siding, ce
ramie file. Complete line ot remodel
Ing. Coll Rich Moimberq, 717-3541
Serving Monmouth County 17 years
CARPENTER - Will do imoTT|obi In
ipore time, lo supplement Income,
F r e e — t l m o t i I7O-30I0.
CARPENTRY — Masonry, pointing
and Insulation work
Call John Buchanan. Sr . 747 SOU
CARPENTER — All types of worSTi
CARPE
ry workmonthlp, oil work guaron
quality
Reasonable Coll 747-00*3
hMd ft
HOME IMPROVEMENTS - Addl
lions, dormers, parogt conversions,
finished bownenh, rtpolr*. Frtt tttl
MOVING-HAULING
MOVE W I T H NICK - For tarn. P r t t
nttmoNn. Senior rotei. alto will fravti Coil anytime. 54*9194
ROOFING ft SIDING
ROOFING A N D S I D I N G . Free t t t l
motti Obon Rooflno I SMInq Co Coll
U l 1994 Ev«r,lngt 747 5414 E l l 1903
PACKAGING
SUPPLIES
Income Tax
Service
"Auto Services
108 Commercial
Rentals
TAX RETURNS P R E P A R E D - Federal ond State l a * returns tKpcrtly prtportd In your home. RtotonobJe Rob
ert McVeigh, |43-t?J7
PAINTING *
DECORATING
HOU5EPAINTING — I am a pointer
with nine years experience ond itorted
own builnetl. I'm looking lor sat•d customers fo establish o reputotlon for axrilty work ond fwlononlt
prkei Interior ond enterlor For free
eitlmqtn colt Sol, 911 MBS.
' N Y E R I O R P A I N T I N G — Papering,
pooellng, wall repair. Eiperlenced,
Reasonable. Free estimate!. 74/5113
a
OFF SEASON SALE
Three rooms for me price ol two
Expert croftimon
WALL Y'S P A I N T I N G
471-1M9
PAINTING A N D D E C O R A T I N G
Corl B. Jonts
Fully I n u r e d
For f r t t t t t l m g t w coll W9-3>3I
PAINTING P A P E R H A N G T H G
QUALITY I N T E R I O R WORK •
CALL EVES.. RICHY 495 1193
E
Chimney sweep
RENTAL
FORD RENT-A-CAR
FAIRWAY FORD
oily - WMfcly - Monthly
AVIS
W l TRY HARDER
fle"I i P .
747-0306
BUDGET
Rent • Car or V m
842-6800
, i , camptet*?work af • ttmUm mture before furntahlna p a p M * * • " * »
w
contract In oca
5 The right li also r w » W to reject
any or oiTtwds. or to waive any tutor
maiilies where tveh intermalHy It not
detrimental to the best Interests of tne
municipality The rlptit Is o l i o reicrved to Increase or decreoie ihe
quantities In the manner designated In
the Specification!
in the event II ii not posilbte *o be
present at me time and ptoce of open
Vna of Was bids moy be moJIed to t>ur
chasing Office. City Municipal Build
,ng. Long Bronch, N.J , attention of
Business Administrator
SAL J PREZlOSO
Business Administrator
March*
i
*!•»
Jit Special Notices
2M Mlddletown
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that prior fo
the Townihip Committee Caucus Meet
ing lo Oe heM Monti 'in at Township
HOil the M>ddieiown Township Com
miiiee win hold a Special Meeting tor
the purpose ol introducing Ihe 1971 M u
mcipai Budget of 7 30 p m in Ihe con
ference ioom
By order ol the MiOdlelown Town
.hip Committee Robert J E c k e r l ,
Mayor
Morch*
W.3I
213 Instruction
A TWO WEEK - Morning. Real Es March*
I14.S*
late Licensing Course. Morch 13 24.
NOTICE
MS Coll Monmouth Institute. 741 0779 '
City Council otters the lolloping i e i
Red Bank Register
lutien oitd moves its adop'ion
T U T O R I N G — For p r i m a r y grade
RESOLUTION G R A N T I N G AD
children with reading problems Call
VICE AND CONSENT FOR "
471 »170 evenings.
NOTICE N l »TDS
JUDGE
WHEREAS C-ioRier l Section i 1W
PUBLIC NOTICES
t the Ordinances of me City of Long
Iranch creates ttie posit-on ana office
* Municipal Judar and
WHEREAS, there n no* a vacancy
WALKER A N D WALKER
n the sa.d off.cc croted L-y the 'es<g
REALTORS
,
notion ot Judge vmcent P Keuper,
Shrewsbury Office
741 5112
NOTICE
ond
Mlddletown'Holmoei
471 1311 The Cotonlown Board of Education
WHEREAS Ihe Ordinances ot tne
will m e t ! in lolnt session with the _jty ot Long Bronch provide that the
Borough of E a t o n t o w n Council on Municipal Judge shall be appointed by
Wednesdoy evening, Morch I , 1971 ol he Mayor with the advice and consent
I DC p m in- the council Chambers, jl th* City Council and
Municipal Building, 47 Broad St , Ea- WHEREAS. Mayor Henry R C'Olfi
SHADOW LAKE VILLAGE
tontown, New Jertey The purpose of hoi requeued the Council to give Mi
TOWNHOUSE
the meeting Is to discuss the 1971-79 advice ond consent to the appointmenl
Three bedroomt. 3 ' i bathi, double go
school budget Action may or may not ot Jacob R o n d , E s q u i r e ot L o n g
rage Luxuriously appointed and beau
betaken
Bronch. New Jersey os Municipal
llfully decorated. Including corpetlng
Raymond A Prolettl Judge ot an annual salary of s u 000 e'
ond droptrlev Truly a House Beau
Board Secretory ective Wednesdoy. Morch l. 19?l, ond
tlful. Call owner for appointment, «41
DATED:
3/1/71
WHEREAS Local Public* Contracts
1113
Morch *
W 90 DW enempts Irom competitive bid
d<ngprofessional services, and
SHADOW LAKE VILLAGE - Condo,
WHEREAi the Directo- ol Finance
one bedroom, lorat living ond dining
it certified mat lunds tor these se.
room plus beautiful enclosed porch,
ces have been piovideci in the 1971
country club atmosphere, golf course
AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING
unicipofBudget
and pool, private buyers only 142,000
EXECUTION OF A CONTRACT
NOW. T H E R E F O R E . SE IT RE7474034.
BETWEEN THB BOROUGH OF
SOLVED by n»e Ciiy Council ol the
REO
BANK
AND THE
' ly ol i Ong Branch that it hereby
SHADOW LAKE - Highly ~oetlrablt
B O R O U G H OF F A I R H A V E N
Elton Model. Atfordt more privacy
>ei i l l advice ond consent to the au
FOR LOCAL PUBLIC HEALTH
with rear patio overlooking wooded
winlment ot J .00 Rand. Esquire oi
SERVICES AND THE MAKING
ravine Two bedrooms, two balht, livMunicipal Judge pursuant to the terms
OF THE P A Y M E N T S CALLED
ing room, dining room, den, oaroge
and condition! outlined above tor The
FOR PURSUANT TO SAID CON
Coll now before It'i told Only t45,9O0!
uneipired term ot Judge Vincent P
TRACT
VAN HORN AGENCY, 747-4100
Keuper. toid uneipired term lo expire
BE IT O R D A I N E D by the Mayor
July 37. 1979 pursuonl to N J S. IA I S .
WEST E N D - T O N G B R A N C H — and Council of the Borough ot Fair
ond
Two-bedroom. Living room, dining Haven, In the County of Monmouth and
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that
room, V't baths, den, and private at- State of New Jersey that
q copy of this resolution be published
tached garage uniy one block from
I. The Mayor ot the Borough of Fair
wilhfn ten .lot duyt alrom Ihe dale
beach. Asking 149,500. For appoint
Haven ond the President of the Board hereof
ment call
of Health of l a i d Borough ot Fair
Adopted upon Ihr following roll i
Haven are hereby aulhorlied In behalf
CENTURY I t COZENS, Realtor
Vote
ot the Borough of Folr Hoven lo enter
"Independently Owned "
Aye« J
113 River Rd
Fair Haven Into a contract for local publk health Nayes I - Dennis
services
with
the
Borough
of
Red
Bank
741-7416
and the B o a r d ot H e o l t h of l a i d March 6
1 1 4 JQ
Borough ot Red Bonk
I The turn of U , 100.00 in equal semi
NOTICE TO BIDDERS
annual installments Is hereby author
HIGHLANDS - Duple* ranch, one
Notice Is hereby given that sealed
lied lo be paid to the Board of Health bids will be received by the Council of
tide two bedrooms, lorge kitchen, full
of the Borough ot Red Bonk, consistent
bath Other tide one bedroom, 131,500
City of Long Bronch, N.J , for
with the terms ot laid contract In reAlto two houtet, one lot, two story
F U R N I S H I N G ROCK SALT
wtth two three bedrooms, fireplace In turn for the servlcei to be rendered
FOR USE BV THE CITV OF
consistent with the terms ot sold con
family room, (ull both and yard Other
LONG BRANCH, N.J
tract.
one bedroom house, lull bath. 145,900.
and opened ond read In public at o
All fully rented, good Income. Owner,
3 Thli Ordinance ihall take effect meeting lo be held In the Munklpoi
Building, 344 Broadway, Long Bronch,
upon Iti postage and publication ac
N J , on Tuesday, March 14, 1971 at
LIVE FREE - in a deluxe five-room cording to law
~ 00 P.M., Prevailing Time.
March 6
19.10
apartment with basement and large
Spec If I cat lorn will be on file In the
garage Desirable location In Red
office ot the Business Administrator
Bonk Buy our tour-unit apartment
and may be examined by prospective
(not subject to rent control). Your
bidders during business hours Bidders
three rentals will pay all expenses and
NOTICB OF DECISION
moy obtain a copy of the Specifications
give you money to spare Quiet street,
notice that the Planning Board onaproposal forms upon application to
MINT CONDITION, oil heat. Sole by jf Take
theTownshlp ot Holmdet ot 111 regu
the Business Administrator
owner -principal! only. Call 373-5395.
lor meeting held M o r c h 1, 1971 op
Proposals must be made on the ston
proved the application of RoIph c
ard proposal form and mutt be en
O W N E R O F T W O — T w o - f a m i l y Green for Site Plon Approval, in oc losed In sealed envelopes Including
homes (all apartments presently ren- cordonce with Article 11. S7, ot ihe Sue the name and addrett of the bidder and
ted), It making this tint time offering Plon Rcyien ond Approvol Ordinance the name af the work on the outside
to orotpectlvebuyers Homes, located No. 4-77, and Tower Approval. In ac- addrened to the City Council, and
In Keansburg, a r e each selling for cordance with Article V l l l , Section 71 mint be accompanied by o statement
150,900 Three bedrooms, (each apart- 30 ot the Zoning Ordinance of nominei of Content ot Surety Irom o surety
ment), full basement, fully tmulated Township, lor construction of about a company outhorlied fo do business In
Tenant! pay heat ond electricity. Very
vertical treeitanding amateur the State of New Jersey and accept
good condition Five year* old NA >3-fool
antenna tower on h n premises able lo the City and a certified check
VESINK ASSOCIATES, 1001 Rt 35,radio
located al 11 Wildhedge Lane and des or coih or bid bond, drawn to the order
Mlddletown, N.J. 671-0600.
The City of Long.Branch" tor not
ignated os Lot 5 in Block 1SE in the
. . . than ten percent ot the amount of
Holmdei Townihip T a i Map, ond that
a copy of this determination, together the bid except that the check need not
REO BANK-INCOME PROPERTY —
exceed
130,000
with pertinent docurnentotion relating
Two one bedroom apartments, lovely
lo 'hit mailer, has been tiled in Ihe ot
area, ample parking, walking distort! e
lice ot the Township Clerk and 1} avail
to buses ond shopping, 131,500. Call
able tor inspection during regular bun
owner after Sp.m, 531-4394
Separate sealed bids for Ihe follow
ing will be received by Ihe Middlelown
Townihip Board of Education al the
Administration Building, S9 Tindoll
Rood, Middietown. N J 07741. up to
UOO o.nv. prevailing lime. Wednei
day, March IS. 1971
I Electrical Supplies
1 Fertiliier Supplies
3 Communications Center* 1 intercom system
Bidders a
the requirements
llcLowiof 19/S
Specifications ond forms tor bidding
may be secured al the Office of the
Secretary. Sv Tindall Road, Middletown. N.J 07/41.
Paul W Bennett
Secretory
222 Eatontown
132 Condominiums
Town Houses
223 Fair Haven
133 Income Property
228 Holmdel
RED BANK
H O L M D E L TOWNSHIP
P L A N N I N G BOARD
Morguerlte M Peteux
Secretory
17.31
137 Lots And Acreage
Morch *
FAIR HAVEN
229 Keantburg
e l e c t r i c i t y . 1150 p t r m o n t h , IV*
month! security AvoUoMt Morch 1.
M4-1117.
LAW OFFICE - Mktdietown. Rt. 3S
Office spoct available, with extensive
library toclllllet ovalloblt. Call 47).
4100.9 5 p.m
L I T T L E S I L V E R - Second floor,
modtrn, olr conditioned office, apoxlmately 745 sq tl., 1100 plus 741-
SS"'
135. Commercial
Property
FOR SALE~1
ItfHMrtf ^ n w f t HeJ
It. U t Mm Slntl
(MMWtf, Ntw Imty
Nollte et Intention te Apply
for the Pastogi ef a Private,
ial er Lecal Law
. hereby given that application will be mode to the Legislature
now convened ond tilting In the city of
Trenton, for the introduction and poisogcoHhe following law.
An Act to authorize the Borough ol
Keoniburg in the couoly ot Monmouth
to moke permanent the appointment or
Joseph J Monico lo the police depart
ment of the Borough of Keansburg.
BE IT ENACTED by Ihe Senate ond
General Assembly of (he State of New
Jeriey
1 Purtuant to the provisions of P . L ,
1941. chapter 199 (C 1 6 10 et » e q ) , On)
der which o petition for a special law
RECREATIONAL
has been tiled with the Legislature, the
Borough of Keansburg, In the county
of Monmouth i t authorized to make
permanent the appointment ot Joseph
J. Monica to the police deportment ot
the Borough ot k e a n i b u r g notwithstanding hit oge Is greater than the
moxlmum oge limit for appointment
__ MARINE ELECTRONICS - wt thereto set forth In N.J S 40A:14-137
u v t you more. Shop around, then coll
7. The board of trustees of the Police
Booting Electronics Hot Line (or tree ond Firemen t Retirement System ot
price quote
New Jersey sholl accept os o member
ol the retirement system any policeBOAT - I I ' wood. Tlit (roller. 40 n.p. man, otherwise eligible for member
ship, appointed pursuant to this oct
Johnion. All occesiorlsi Good condl
provided there i i paid into the retirelion U0D. Ill mi otter 6
ment system, in luch manner ot the
boord shall prescribe, the contribution
deemed due ond poyoble from the dole
ot original appointment.
3- This oct iholl take effect upon due
o d o p t l o n of o n o r d i n a n c e o t t h e
NEW JERSEY'S
Borough of Keansburg tor the purpose
COMPLETE M A R I N E CENTER
of adopting tome.
Power Boats
Dated February 37. 1971, New JerSailboats
*ty
BOROUGH OF KEANSBURG
Johnson AAA rated
By EUGENE CONNELLY
Service Center
Mayor
Attest
Discount Ships Store
Morlom Spielman
291-J
Clerk
ANOS
ATLANTIC H
March 4
S13.»
L Y M A N - M A K O . Morqulv Sabre,
Duionoutk, Botton Wholer. Johnson,
OMC. EZ Loader, supplies.
Bry's Marine. Neptune 775-7344
NOTICI
L Y M A N IS' - Gray Marine engine, AN ORDINANCE A M E N D I N G AN
teakwood deck, sleeps Iwo. hull ond ORDINANCE ENTITLED THE RE
engine In excellent condition. Short-, VISED GCNCRAL ORDINANCES OF
wave rodlo. head, cushions Winter THE CITY OF LONG BRANCH, 1970
ond Summer canvas, fishing rods and
BE IT ORDAINED BY THfc CITY
equipment, many e x t r a s . M u s i be
COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF LONG
seen. 13,750 Call Ulffnt otter 6 p.m.
140 Real Estate Wanted
GOOD HOUSES NEEDED
One family units from 20s to 50 s In
Northern Monmouth County, 30-day
service, we pay cosh
Ml I MEO REALTY INC
671-5A5O
t 1ST INGS OF BETTER H O M E S - In
Keonsburg Mlddlelown Hailet-Holm
del T H E S M O L K O A G E N C Y 717
0133.
SELLING YOUR HOME? - We're Interested In buying homes direct. Call
Mr. Cressy al WEBER REALTY. 5449000.
FLAGSHIP
MARINE
NOTICf
Ordinonce Authorlilng the Mayor and
Municipal Clerk to Execute an Agree
ment with Monmouth County to modify
the Interlocal Service! Agreement
dated S'3I//S
WHEREAS, certain Federal fundt
ore potentially available to Monmouth
County under Title I of t h t Housing
ond Community Development Acl ol
19/7, commonly known os Community
Development Block Gronti; and
WHEREAS, It it necesiory to amend
on exittlng interlocol servlcci agree
ment for the County ond Hi people to
benefit from this program, ond
WHEREAS, an Agreement hoi been
proposed under which the Municipality
ol Borough of Monmouth Beoch ond
the County of Monmouth In coopero
ting with other municipalities will
modify on Interiocol Services Program pursuant to N.J.S.A 40 IA l ,
and
WHEREAS, it it in the belt interest
of the Municipality of Borough of Mon
mouth Beoch to enter into luch an
agreement.
NOW, T H E R E F O R E , BE IT OR
U A I N E D by the Mayor and Governing
Body of Ihe Municipality of Borough ol
Monmouth Beach, that the agreement
entitled, "Agreement to Modify Interlocol S e r v l c e t A g r e e m e n t D a t e d
S/H/7S lor the purpose of Inserting o
Description of A c t i v i t i e s for ihe
Fourth rear Urban County Community Development Block Grant Pro
gram, o copy of which Is on tile In Ihe
municipal clerk s office, he executed
by the Mayor and Municipal Clerk in
accordance with the provisions of law,
and
BE (T FURTHER ORDAINED that
this OnJInani p shull lake ttttt I imme
diateiy upon Us enactment.
NOTICE
The foregoing ordinance w o t Introduced at a regular meeting of the
Board ot C o m m i s s i o n e r s of I h e
Borough o' Monmouth Beach on February 31, 1971 and will be considered
lor final passage al a public hearing to
De held at a regular meeting of the
Board of Commissioner* to be held on
March 14,19/1 ot I JO p m ot the Monmouth Beach Borough Hall, 33 Beach
Road, Monmouth Beoch, New Jertey
BONNIE G.MOORE
Borough Clerk
Murth*
»»-•*
Make It Yourself
air. N t w lltclttn. Fruit trees and specimen ptanltnas. S I 0 M 0 I . Owner BQ-
K
Printed Pattern
mi.
Section t l J L i m i t i n g the U l e of
Streets to a Certain Clois ot Vehicles
n hereby amended ond supplemented
to read as follows
11-4 Trucks, buses and other vehicles
over the g r o i l weights at se< out in
Schedule VI are hereby excluded Irom
the streets or parts ol streets described in Schedule v i attached to ond
mode a part ol this chapter, eicfpl tor
the pick up ond delivery ol materials
The tonnogei specified thai
even
be
leis th
SECTION I. All ordinances or
ports ol ordmonces incontinent herewith ore hereby repealed
SECTION'J Thu ordinance iholl
take effect otter finoi passage, publication ond according to low.
Introduced February 31. 1971
The Ordinonce published herewith was
introduced at a regular meeting ot the
City C o u n c i l Of Ihe C i t y ol Long
Branch in the County ol Monmouth
N r * Jersey held on February 31. 1971
and will be turther considered tar hnoi
passage otter o public heonng thereon
ot a meeting of said City Council to be
held at City (.ounoi Chambers. Third
Floor 144 Broadway. Long Branch,
New Jersey on Morch 14. 1971 at 8 00
March*
Cobbler Apron!
Send 11.50 for each pattern. Add 35c for each pattern for first-class airmail,
handling. Send to: Marian
Martin, Pattern Dept. 420,
The Red Bank Register, 232
West 18th St.. New York,
NY 10011 Print NAME, ADDRESS, Z I P , SIZE and
STYLE NUMBER
LOOK RICH, YOUNG.
SMART on a budget! Sew
new soft dresses, topi,
skirts, pants — all in NEW
SPRING-SUMMER PATTERN CATALOG. Free pattern coupon. Send 75c.
111 44
LEGAL NOTICE
In the Matter of the Appeal ol the
Long Branch Obstetric ond Gynecolog
>c Associates. P.A tor site plan, con
soltdotion ot lots ond a use vononce
tor medical prohmlonai otltcei and to
construct ond ereel said medkol pro
l e s i i o n o i o t f l c t l ond v a r i a n c e lor
parking in front yard, set back thereof
and parking tpoce width, ond itgn ol
LOST — D i a m o n d a n d ruby m a n ' s toched to building naming tome, from
ring Vicinity at Little Silver A t P or the toning ordinoneei relotive thereto
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that a pub
Dtllclatrs Orcnards. Colts N t c t . O t
greot n»itw«mul vakie. 747-ISM be- lie hearing wilt be held by the Board ot
t w i i n I S , asktorOttbble. Generous Adjustment ot the City of Long Branch
at the City Hall In the City ot Long
528
Cooking, dusting things off
or having a second cup of
coffee — this is the apron
you'll wear. Open at the
sides, it has pockets full of
flowers.
Printed Pattern 8266:
Misses Sizes S(8-10), M(1214); L(l«-18). Medium requires l\yards 45-inch fabric. Transfer.
B R A N C H . I N T H E C O U N T Y OF
WELLCRAFT - 19)6. I l l fett. IIS Inboord. outboard Excellent condition
Coll m i n i
17' SKIMAMA - All llberglos with o
Johnson motor-is H.P,, trailer ond accessories UOO U ? I S »
17' LARSEN - l?70. 115 H P Mercury. till trailer, u l tow bar. extras
SlfSO Coll 741-mi.
17 SPORTSCRAFT BOAT - Sterr
drive, 11750
'
«
Town-Travel Jacket
»»i;<-.
M E R C U R Y OUTBOARD 1»)S - ISO M O N M O U T H , NEW J E R S E Y . AS
H.P., Includes controls, tables, and FOLLOWS
SECTION I Chapter X I . Traffic
tank t l . n o Call before 6 p.m. ot 147
ONE OF A KIND
me* listed and SOW by o member ot
Send $1.50 for each pattern.
Add 35c for each pattern for
first-class airmail, handling. Send to:
MARIAN MARTIN
Pattern Dept.
Red Bank Register
232 West 18th S t . , N e w
Y o r k , N Y 10011. P r i n t
NAME, ADDRESS, Z I P ,
S I Z E and S T Y L E N U M BER.
LOOK R I C H , Y O U N G ,
SMART on a budget! Sew
new soft dresses, tops,
skirts, pants — all in NEW
SPRING-SUMMER PATT E R N C A T A L O G . Free
pattern coupon. Send 75c
232 Long Branch
154 Recreational
Vehicles
R Ml I Estate
E t t E
h R l t
ttwt R
ExchongW,Reollor\
747-4V'"
RIVER PLAZA - Co»« C i T
r
152 Boats And
•Accessories
OCEAN PORT - Eight room Cotontol
Split on lorge treed lot. Sunken den
with fireplace. Tavet 11,140. Low
140 s Coll 339 K1I
OCEAN TOWNSHIP - Woyilde
Woodt ond Long View Vliioot Eleoont
new homes from U4900 Coll 531 -OStt.
AIRSTREAM - l f n . 27 , doubt* with
rear both, all options Like new. best
offer over til,500 5424117.
Spcctoculor SplTt In Llncron. tucked In
CALL HOT LINE
a wooded lot. Four bedroomt, Ihrte
479-4171
bottn, brick tlreploce In den Built-in
tor Alrstreom Trodes. Alrstreom by
swimming pool. Two-car garage
Angell Inc. Rts 3J 1 K Colllnmwood
Great neighborhood. Won't l o t t
Circle, FarrrHngdole.
177,900.
JANDON MOTOR HOME RENTALS.
INC - Best prices on the East Coast
ALLAIRE-FAR ROW, R n t t o n 741-3459
Coll 101 7!" 1544
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE
Lilt
tt and buy with a
a member of
of MonMon YELLOWSTONE T R A I L E R - I N ] .
mouth
outh County
County'si torn
largest realty group. A
72 Sleeps SU Excellent shape A U one-yei
e yeor warranty available on all
mg • » » . 77H15J
h
Free standing 8400 sq ft
building 1 plus acre site
Parking apprx 50 cars. InRUMSON - Antique Colonial, circa
spect property & caH ownU l l Three bedrooms, two full bolfa,
er.
two hott-bottts, two flreptocts. Central
(212)M»-2142|
5OnlS5. tomt t r t t i ,
IS 72
March A
337 Monmouth Beach
n e i l houri
Call 747 1411 for appointment after •,
pm
celltnt condition. 157,500.1
,
o , wolo
carpeting, Immaculate, perfect for pw
tertalnlng Londscoped Goroge B « e ment Call 949-5119, 347-9019.
L I M NEW
Wi
Under complete remodeling. Three
bedrooms, IS' master btdroom, living
room, ntw kitchen, dining arto, Vh
new bathi, front enclosed porch, many
tKtros.
MELMED REALTY, INC.
671-5650
LONG BRANCH
Lovtly thre* bedroom home, with den
overlooking Shrewsbury Rlvtr, large
polio, plui In-ground pool. Price reduced, 147,000
G I G REALTORS-S3I MOO—493 §430
M I D D L E T O W N - Send tor our
"Homel For Living" brochure, pits,
descriptions, prices on available
| KEANSBURG - Furnished rooms and homes, APPLEBROOK REALTORS,
'nished opart merits
950 Rt 35. Mlddletown, 671 7300
7t7 6M9 or 717 MSI
MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP - BuilY P O R T — Sleeping roorr
netl tronifer'on offer you mmt tte<
I weekly Coll between 7 11 p.m,
739 1009
rooms, living room with fireplace, dinI R E D BANK — Large r o o m , clean, ing room, one bath, newly remodeled
I comfortobie. private entronce. park- eoVln kitchen, family room, ond onehalt cellar. On SOX ISO' property.
Ing, Close to town 143 9350, I43-37S6.
Mortgage assumption avalloble In the
UNION BEACH - 130 per week. Save thlrty'i 7T1-34B5
money, use our kltchtn to cook In, allow TV and refrigerator In your room. MIDDLETOWN - Seven-acre (arm"
ette. handy to station City water and
7*4*375
sewers Some woodi. Shop, green
house, horte born. Good lour bedroom
PREVENT ENGINE FRICTION
home, two baths, dining room, fireDomooe FOREVER with a single Du
loct, dry ctllor. Call HAROLD
Pont Teflon treatment ond save 10%
CORRUGATED" B O X E S " - ' 'PackTna gtrsollne and uvold freeie-ups. OuoronINDEMANN, Broker, Eotontown.
Supplies for Induttrv ond Moving ana teed 114 95 plus taxes. TMT, P.O. Box
5431103
Storage Call 747 4094 or 447-447)
ATTRACTIVE
OFFICE
SPACE
Ap* t , Eatontown, N.J. 07734.
— MOTH
proximately 600 i q . ft. Low rentals. M I D D L E T O W N
Will divide to suite. Heat ond air con- ER'DAUGHTER. Total Of 15 rooms.
Including seven bedrooms. 3"i baths
ditioning included Call 177 164*
Motrter't apartment, two bedrooms,
two bathi, living room, kltchtn, with
CHIMNEY S W E T P T N G
office, or retail store, 500 SQ ft — Also teporott heat, electric and entrance
Ant! repairs By The Company
warehouse or storage ipoce. 3500 sq Main houte. four bedrooms, IV] bathi,
FEDERAL A N D STATE RETURNS family room, den (5th bedroom), por7393114 ft Heat and olr conditioning 717 4*03
Personal and butlntt* Year-end booh 7175*1*
flol basement, large lot, three-tor go
keeping W7 ond payroll t a x t i Mor
KEYPORT - Small «tort. Center ot
root. 179,900. By owner. Coll 717-I9N
gtrV Trovato. over 7i years In Middle
TRUCK 4 AUTO
builnnt district Supply own heat ond Principals only.
(own. Coll for appointment. 671 17*9
RED BANK - Beautiful one bedroom,
new kitchen, bathroom, dlshwaiher,
carpeting, tenants pay all utilities
1350 671 1965
1W. Houses For Rent
RUMSON AREA — Send tor Homes
For Living" brochure. Diet, detcrtp
lions, prices an available homes AP
PLEBROOK R E A L T O R S . I l l Ave
Two Rivers, Rumson, 14] 7900
SHOP A N D C O M P A R E - S t t this
tpoclout mree-totdroom home today
Two 111 tomily roomt, eat in kitchen,
full l i t e dining room and porch Fully
landscaped corner. Only 155,900 E A
ARMSTRONG AGENCY, Realtor. 555
Protptct Ave .Little Silver. 741 4500
THINKING OF^~fe~MmfTor buymgY
Coll TRANS EXECUTIVE R E A L T /
671 W X
TlNTON FALLS — Custom built four
bedroom, brick L shaped Ranch, two
bathi. flrepioc.es, gas heal ond grill
Finished dry batemeni Bricked patio
C u l d e w t Prime area. 174.900 Own
er, 141 4435
Bronch. He* Jersey on Maici' 't IV'I
Ot I 00 P M Trie purpose ol ft..> hea.
is to consider tne op, ncono" o<
LOTKI Bionc'i Ob*teii K ana Gvitecoioo
ii A u o o p t r i P A IQI * . » plan op
XOVQI onO consoiiaatiOii Ot io'i Q^O a
j t t variance ol nwdicoi pi olrssionol
DM cr* and to construe! and rrscl me
fatal p> ote*»it>noi i>M K M voi >un. f '0i
• oiii i.tback i,an ciiioiNra to noiia
ng poikmg in front yoia. »t'l POCk
notco' una pairing ipact *<OIM am
'prioiicrs trom the iotuig offljno'^Cf 1
native tner. to with respect to p<t>m
%t\ known os 60 and 80 Pavilion Awe
luc Long Bronch New Jersef. fur
liter known at Lots I I ond J Block I M
it shown on me Official la> Map of
ihe City of Long Branch
variance requests an- a* lollops
jit lor m i o . d i i professional oH'ce
DM) erection and construction thereof
troni utuack sign o»ocheii to Du'lO
ng parking .>i tioni yoro »eiDaCk
hrrrof ana uo'king space width Vou
ore hereby iiotivieafhof you aie unv>
eorfl lo Oe pretrnt of tend hear ma and
pieient any nnii on oDieciions <th'ch
<Ou ni,iy have to the pro"iing of Si'e
nan appro.ai consolidation of lot*
P R E G N A N T ? - M o l l 110 00 home and
vnMontet os oloresoid
test N a t i o n a l . P O Box 101. R e d
LONG BRANCH OBSTETRiCi
Bank. N J 07701
GYNECOLOGIC ASSOCIATES P A
By OAwiOwESNlkOFF
TIRED OF FEAR AND OUILT?
Attomey tai Long Br.mch
Contort ECKANKAR
Ousteinc I Gynecologic
77» 1274 or 4 t ] 1419
Associates P A
Jl Memorial PorkAay
Long Bronili. New Jersey 07 -tO
Ideal for the active life
you live - it's warm, light,
NOTICff
S P E C I A L M E E T I N G O F T H E soft!
R E D BANK - I 4 acres b e a u t i f u l KEANSBURG M U N I C I P A L U T I L I CLASSIC COLONIAL
Lacy and solid designs
wooded building lot Tower Hill area T I E S A U T H O R I T Y on T u e s d a y .
Recently built. In serene, newly d t v t l - 177,900 747 1715; after 4 p.m.. 741-3303. March 7. 1971,1 0 0 p m , Borough Hall
create the slimming striped
optd neighborhood. Featuring ex
Church Street, Keoniburg. Purpose ol
ponslve floor plan Four bedrooms, Vh
Meeting will be lo Take Action on the design. Knit this handsome
both* ond well equipped kltchtn Eye 138 Mobile Homes
following Resolution!
catchers Include family room with GARDEN PARK MOBILE HOMES jacket of 3-ply fingering
ot Financial consultant
beamed ctlllngi ond full wall brick Bethany Rd , Hatlet Adult park. Walk ob Termination
Auihorning agreement with Underfireplace, matter bedroom suite com
yarn to take you lots of
writing Firm
plemented by tlep-down sitting room, to shopping ond N Y . b u i 344-3911.
Waller Roueman
dressing arto, walk In closet ond mat 41x1 TRAILER - New«efrlgera1or,
Exec Sec K M U A places. Pattern 528: Sizes 10ler bath Full basement ond oil under
r t c t n t l y carpeltd Good condition
103 Rentals To Shore
Morch 6
S3.U
ground u t l l l t l e i . 193,900. W H E L A N 11,750. Call 7471411.
12; 14-16 included.
F A I R H A V E N — Woman 130), hat R E A L T Y G R O U P , Realtors, 194 Rt.
RED BANK - Small Colonial on quiet
side street Two bedrooms, living
room, dining room, kitchen, paneled
den In basement, fireplace, gorage
April 15 occupancy. 1435 plus utllltlei,
one month security, lease required,
references 741 9157between 7-lp.m.
SHREWSBURY - T w o b t d r o o m
home, excellent location, cloit lo but
and train station 1375 per month plus
utilities Call 671 4739 or 391 0034
LEONARDO - Five rooms 1140 a
month Reference* Good location "J
duplex Call M569W
LONG BRANCH - Three rooms, heat
and cooking gas Included 1710 per
month Across trom Monmouth Medii
al Center. K Dunoar Ave , oft Second
Ave Key ut Apt Bor^aiUSl HW
home to short, DOS per month.
•47 1971 after 5 p.m.
LUXURY HIGH RISE ON RIVER Two bedrooms, Iwo baths Mil)
WOULD YOU SHARE YOUR HOME?
I4I-4I4J
— Would you share someone else's?
MARLBORO - Three room oporl
ment. completely furnished, adults
anly._Call 461 40/4
232 Long Brooch
232 Long Branch
C H E S T N U T BROWN 10 S P E E D I97e No nlcki or tcrotchet Creom
putt f i r m 17S Coll 791 0757 after 7
Floor modelt Kimboll Baby Grand*,
td
td d
l
duced
O pe
month Klmboll tplnefi from I79S
Fr«« organ lessons
FREEHOLD MUSIC CENTER
Coil to< fppolntmcnt
4A3-47N
POOL T A B l X - ; T 7oii~ot(e«orie»
Asking «75
Coll 717 4SM
RCA COLOR TV - JJ . fVCtMtfll
working condtlton 1100
CaJlevC* . I 4 I 1 U I
Tiger
80. Bicycles/
Mini/Motor Bikes
iBSlait SFWIIR BMk
210 Lott And Found
-16-18
tl M
Intact FuklM Bwk $|.M
InUat Cracket B«k ...41M
.41 j »
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231 Long Bronch
232 Long Bronch
AN ORDINANCE REQUIRING OWN
EDS OF MULTIPLE DWELLINGS
TO POST SECURITY WITH THE
C T Y OF LONG BRANCH. COUN
TV OF M O N W O U T H . AUTHOR
IZING THE E X P E N D I T U R E OF
SUCH POSTED SECURITY FUNDS
IN CERTAIN EMERGENCY SlTU
ATtONS. AND FURTHER PROVID
INC FOR THE CREATION OF A
M U L T I P L E D W E L L I N G EMER
GENCY B O A R D FOR T H E E N
F O R C E M E N T OF T H IS OR 0 I
N A N C E . A N D P R O V I D I N G PE
NALTIES FOR THE VIOLATIONS
THEREOF
/
WHEREAS. tht City tountll o( the
City •* Long Branch fiat found thai ai
though moil itnonti ol multiple dwell
Ing* mult pott tccuiily lundi wiih
thtlr landlord In offler lo guaronirt
WcM*nanti performance pursuant lo
the tef m* of ttwir teait with thru land
lord, and lo wcure the londlora from
violation* of tht leow by the tenant*,
the londloras do not poit t t c u r l t y
tundt lo guarantee their performance
of their respective duties as landlord)
or to wcure for the tenants trie mm
(mum itandardt of habitabiiity. and
WHEREAS, the City Council ol the
City of Long Branch find* thai there
hove existed and may CKIH instance*
where owners or proprietors ot rtiul
tlptc dwellings have foiled lo provide
euentiol services, moke necessary re
pain or provide needed maintenance
of structures or equipment, many ot
which failures create emergency situations which pose an immediate threat
to the health, safely and welfare of
cltliens of the City of Long Branch
IB) The Board has determined that
such emergency condition is the own
*r s responsibility to remedy ond
l U The Board has ascertained mot
the owner or the owner s agent, ser
voni employee or joint venturer has
received notice ol Iht circumstances
or conditions constituting the enter
gency condition from either the Board
or an affected tenant, said notice to bt
by personal service to me registered
agent, or the manager or employee on
premises, or by certified moil or tele
gf om to any ol the above, ond
( D l The Board has found that no
work was commenced by the owner or
the owner s ogent servant or employ
et within twenty-four (24) nours after
such owner or tht owner i ogent ser
voni or employee received notice Irom
the Boord, said notice odvismg that the
Board has found that the requirements
specified under Paragraphs A, B. ond
C of this section have been met, or
(El The Beard found work was com
menced within ihe twenty lour (14)
hour period referred to in Paragraph
dwellings; ond
WHEREAS, Ihe City Council of Ihe
City of Long Branch Is authorized put
wont to R 5 40 «•? lo enact Ond e n force ordinances, regulations amS
roles, not contrary to the lawt of Be
Stole ot New Jersey or ol Ihe UninW
States, necessary and proper for the
protection of person) and for the p i t
servatlon of the health, safety ond wel
fare of Ihe inhabitants of this munia
polity.
A
NOW, T H E R E F O R E . 6t IT OR
' OAINEDBV THE CITY COUNCILOr
T H E C I T Y OF L O N G B R A N C H
COUNTY OF MONMOUTH, STATE
OF NEW JERSEY.
AS FOLLOWS
SECTION1 1 There Is hereby cilob
llshcd tht City of Long Branch Mul
tlple Dwelling Emergency Board,
h e r t l n o t t t r r e f e r r e d to as t h e
"Board
The membership of Ihe
Board shall consist of five (5) mem
Mrs. who
os
o sstrve
t v e for a term of o
sholl
one
yeor. Th
They shall
be th
the Cit
City A
Adminl
hll b
d l
(rotor of the City of Long Branch, t
Cityy Engineer,
the
Buildin
g ,
p ,
a member of t h e LLoco
o c o l B o a r d of
Health of the City of Long Branch ond
the Chief Housing Inspector of Ihe City
of Long Branch The City-Administrator shall serve as chairman. Mln
utes shall be token of the Board meet
ings by order ot the Chairman Any
xondud or action at the Board author
lied by this Ordinance shall be deemed
valid and effective when taken by any
three (3) member* of the Board At
ony meeting of the Board, a quorum
•hall comlil of a maionty of the membership of the Board
SECTION 2. Tht duties of the Board
sholl consist of the following:
(A) Supervision of tht security funds
deposited pursuant to the terms of thl
Ordinance, Including, bul not nmiin
to the receiving, administering ond ex
pending of tht somt
IB) Examining those circumstance.
ond conditions alleged to constitute
emergency conditions and declaring,
where applicable, an emergency cor
ditlon to exist.
IC) Arranging, In accordance with
tht terms of this Ordinance, for tht
prompt repair, maintenance, supply or
replacement ot those Items of struc
turt, equipment or supplies which on
necessary to correct, eliminate or alle
vlote the emergency condition.
SECTION 3 The owner, proprietor
manager, or other responsible persor
or company (hereinafter referred to as
, . owner) ot a multiple dwelling shall de
DSII with the Board security funds
hese funds are to be used for the re
pair, maintenance, supply or replace
ment of thole Items ot structurt
equipment or supplies which are nee
• u o r y to correct, tllmlnatt or olle
vlate an emergency condition so de
clored pursuant to the provisions ot
this Ordinance. The amount of Ihe
security funds to be deposited with the
Board sholl be computed In tht toll
Ing manner:
(AI Where tht owner agree* that Us
security funds may be placed In a gen
erol fund that can be used to pay foi
emergency repairs for those proper
tits whose owners do not have sul
flclent funds deposited pursuant to this
ordinance to pay tor a specific emei
gency repair:
(I) Where the owner owns between 4
and 75 dwelling units, the owner shall
deposit ISO.00 tor each unit.
(21 Where the owner ow
units, the owner shall deposit 11,250.00
for the first 2i units ond US .00 for each
additional dwelling unit owned
(31 In no event shall an owner be re
quired lo deposit more than 17.500 00 in
security funds pursuant to this ordl
nonet.
In the tvenl general funds ore n
quired In addition to tttosc on deposit
to correct a specific emergency: the
?
.
shall, within ten (ID) days of notified
lion replace these funds together with
medepoill soused.
(B) Where the owner does not agree
that Its security funds may be placed In
a general fund that can be used lo pay
for emergency repairs for those prop
ertles whose owners do not hove sul
flclent funds deposited pursuonl to Ihli
ordinance to pay for a specific emtr
gency repair
II) Where tht owner owns between and 75 dwelling units, the owner shal
deposit 1100 00 for toch unit;
tJ) Where the owner owns over 35
units, the owner shall deposit S2.5OO.OO
for tht first 15 units ond 150 00 for eoch
additional dwelling unit owned.
(3) In no event shall on owner be re
quired to deposit more than 15,000 00 lr
security funds pursuant lo this ordl
nonet.
(C) All funds required to be depoi
ited under the terms ot this Ordlnanci
sholl be deposited with..ihe Board by1
delivering such funds to Ihe office o
the City Administrator of tht City of
Long Branch within forty five (45)
days after receipt of notice from tht
Board or Its agent of the amount dur
Notice of the amount due may be give
by the Board or Its ogent by personally
delivering same to the owntr or the
owner's agent, servant, employee
owner s tost registered address os
ioced on file In the Office of the City
lerk pursuant to law. Upon rtctlpt of
?such
security funds, the Board shal
transmit said funds immediately to the
Director of Finance. Tht Director of
Finance shall place the lunds so r t
ctlved In an Interest bearing uuoun
In t h t name ot t h t City In trull for
toch particular owntr. All Inltresl
poyobTe on such account shall accrue
to tht benefit of that particular ac
count and sholl be u i t d tor turthti
security for the purposes set forth lr
this Ordinance, however, thqt at tht
end of the
t u r n s of the mgnlmum deposit re
quired herein shall be returned to tht
SECTION 4.
(A) in tht event tht Board spends
money from ony account as outhorlied
by this Ordinance, thus reducing the
amount in the account leaving less
than tht sum required os computed 'Section 3 of this Ordlnonce. the Booi
sholl Immediately notify the owntr In
tht some manner as notification Is given In Section 1 of this Ordinance, of the
omount ntcestary to bring the account
up to tht originally required amount
The owner shall thereafter depotit the
required turn necessary lo bring the
account up to tht orlglnolly required
amount with the Board within ten (101
days from the dole of notice.
(B) Where the Board has expended
money from on occount, Ihe owner of
the premises may appeal lo the City
Council of the City of Long Bronch for
o hearing. The Itsuet which snail be
the sutolKt of appeal sholl bt limited
t o l l ) whether on emergency condition
existed, ond (I) whether Ihe omounl
espendtd to remedy Ihe emergency
condition was reasonable II such poppeol It desired. Ihe owner thai
within ten (10) days of receiving notice
of the amounti expended, file with the
Clerk of the City ot Long Bronch a letter requesting tuch appeal The City
Council (hall nold a hearing regarding
ft* above thirty (Ml dayt from sola
request and they shall render their dt
clslon within fourteen (14) days oftei
the heorlng wat concluded, affording
whatever relief II finds. II on v . to be
(C) It. ol the end of one ( I ) full calendar ytor no funds ore required to be
expanded from any Individual account
on account of thai sptcttlc account, the
Director of Finance sholl return fifty
(S0%) percent of The principal so In
Itlaily deposited to tht owner together
with oil Interest that hot accrued
thereon At the end of two (21 full co
lender y e a n If no funds ore so expanded tar emergencies from ony Indlvfduol account on account of that spe
clflc occount. the Director of Finance
tnall return on additional twenty five
<»%) percent of the original principal
to deposited to the owner logethe/
with oil Interest that hot accrued
on. At tht end of three (3) lull co
r yeart. If no funds have been c>
_ j d from on Individual account on
account of that specific occount then
me balance removing on deposit with
the City shall be returned lo ln« owner.
However, If after any return ot funds
to the owner pursuant to these provl
lions, on emergency occurt requiring
the expenditure of funds by the Board:
then me owner shall not only return
the told funds so expended, but it *hoii
OHO begin anew and deposit with the
City os If It were a new owner first de
•oiltna pursuant to this ordlnonce
SECTION S The Board sholl be ou
ttwriitd to Mptnd the monies from the
Mcvrttv account necessary to correct,
etlmkwjte or alleviate on emergency
condition ofttf me following criteria
hot been met
(A) Upon review ond examination of
those circumstances and conditions ol
tOMd IB constitute on emergency con
driWn the Boord hat declared that an
y condition eilsti; ond
reasonably completed within 72 hours
after it was begun so os to eliminate
the emergency condition it shall olso
be determined that the work under the
applicable circumstances in the opin
Ion ol tht health officer and'or build
pitted within Ti hours
IF) Any withdrawal or expenditure
Ol security lunds by the Board sholl re
quirt tht signatures of ony two (21
member s ol the Board
SECTION b in applying and inter
preting this Ordinance, the following
definitions shall be used
A D
Uit
A y room or
, cluding milch
en and Toilet (acuities, whether furnished or unfurnished, which is occu
fled or intended. a<ranged or designed
a bt occupied, for dwelling or rtsio>me purposes by one or more per
sons
( B l Emergency Condition — Any
condition, dangerous or ln|urlous to
the health or solely ol the occupants of
to building,
g or occupants Ot neighboring
buildings
which arises out of any of the
uildings which
ollewing cii
cii ttumstoncei or condi
ions
Lock ot adequate
ll
Lock ol adequate ond properly
f
functioning
sanitary facilities,
3 Lock ot adtquole and healthful
woter supply.
4 Structural, mechanical or electrical defects which Increase the hoi
ords ot lire, accidtnl or other colamiry, or crealt a security risk to the
occupants therein
5. Failure from October I ot each
year until the next succeeding Moy 1.
to maintain every unit of dwelling
space ond every habitable room there
in at a temperature ol at least * l de
grees F h
the ousidt
l d te
g
t
perature
lolls below 55 degrees F. dur
Ing the daytime hour
hours ol 6 00 a m ond
11.00 p.m.,, or tallur.
failure ._
to maintain ev
ery unit ot
t dwelling
d l l
tpoce ond
d every
hobltoble room therein at a temperalure ot at' leott 55 degrees F whenever
the outside temperature falls below 40
degree* F during the nighttime hours
OT 11 00 p m to 6 00 o.m In meeting
the atoretold standards the owner
shall not be responsible for heat lots
and the consequent drop in the interior
temperature arising from ocllon by the
occuponti In leaving windows or doors
open lo the elements
IC) Multiple Dwellings — Any building or structure of one or mere t l e r l t t .
and ony lond appurtenant thereto and
ony portion thereof. In which 4 or
more dwelling units ore occupied, or
ore intended to be occupied, by 4 or
more persons who live Independently
ot eoch other. Premise* which arc
used primarily for purpose* other than
" cplng,
dwelling or residtnc e purp
1p. snail i j |' *•bt considered
pom,
"multilple dwelling."
SECTION" Any person, firm, association of pertont or corporation found
guilty of violating ony provisions ol
(his Ordinance shall, upon conviction
thtreol, pay a line not exceeding
UO0.O0 Eoch day that a violation ot
curt shall be considered a separate ot
tense.
SECTION I If any section, clautc or
phrase of this Ordinance It tor ony
reoson held Illegal. Invalid or uncon
stllutlonal. tuch Invalidity shall nol of
tect the validity of the remaining sections, clauses ond phrases ol this Ordinance, which shall remain In tull force
ond eflect.
SECTIOK
thereof Inconsistent herewith a n _
by repealed lo the extent of such Inconsistency.
SECTION 10. This Ordlnonce shfl!
take effect Immediately upon adaption
and publication at required by law.
Introduced February 21, 1971
The Ordinance published herewith
was introduced ot a regular meeting of
the City CouncM of Ihe City of Long
r
CDruorYn3a.°WI
ond will be further considered for final
passage after a public hearing thereon
ot a meeting of sold City Council to be
held ot City Council Chambers, Third
Floor, 344 Broadway, Long Branch.
New Jersey on March 14, I f 7 ! ot I 00
p.m.
236 Middlelown
NOTICE
Planning. Board Acfltn
The Plonnlng Board of Middlelown
Towi
adpll
Ing.
Reofflrmallon ol Iht Minor Subdlvi
sion ond Variance of William Dayle,
Forest Ave.
Minor Subdivision and Variance tor
OftoSchulli, Elinor Street.
Major Subdivision (or Samuel Estates
Homllton HIM Road & Hurley Lone,
Liner oft
Site Plan lor Real Estate Systems, Inc.
Modification ol Building D e t a i l s ,
Polmer Ave
Silt Plan and Vorlanct lor Robert
Pulsch New Street, Port Monmouth
LEON ZUCKERMAN, Secretary
Mlddltlown Township
Plonnlng Board
March 6
15 9t
239 Red Bank
"
PUBLIC NOTICE
Please take notice that the Planning
Board of the Boro of Red Bonk ot I t s
regular public meeting htld on Febru
ary um, 19/1, approved tht site plan
application for the following
Prawn s, 32 34 Broad Street, Red
Bank, N t w Jersey, also known as
Block » A , Lot 37 Remodeling ol tht
lot ode and Brood St entrance
This determination has been tiled
with the clerk of the Planning Board
ond Is available for Inspection
Rosemary Mintor, Clerk
Red Bank Plonnlng Board
March*
14 \6
242 Shrewsbury
Borough
PUBLIC NOTICE
PLEASE TAKE N O T I C E that a
holders, board of directors, ond offl
ctrs of Joddn, Inc , tht corporation
troding as Colonial Ploia Wlnts &
Spirits from premises at Shrewsbury
Piaia Shopping Center, Route No J5.
Shrewsbury, New Jersty, holder of
Plenary Retail Consumption License
C-li and me names and addresses ot
all tht stockholders, directors and offl
ters of Jodan, Inc., presently o r t os
follows:
Slot k holders
Helen Klley. » Stonford Drive, Hoi let.
N.J 07730
Drive, Brick Town, N J 0*731
Fronds G. K i l t y , I f , . 3f Stanford
Drlvt, Hailtt, N.J. 07730
Directors:
Helen Klley
Francis G. Klley, Jr.
Francis G. Klley, Sr.
Officers:
Fronds G. Kilty, Jr., President
Helen Klley, Vice President ond Secre
(try
FroniHG Kitty, Sr,, Treasurer
JODAN INC..
Troding os Colonial
pfaio wines 1
Spirits
Shrewsbury Plaia Shopping Center
fToufe No 35
Shrewsbury, N.J. 07701
Morch *
•••
245 Union Beach
Noncr
TAKE NOTICE, that on the » t h day
of Feb. 1971. tht Zoning Boord of Ad
lustmenl ot the Borough of Union
Beach, after a public hearing or on led
tht application ot Michael ond John
Wagner for a vorionct to remodel 3
room apartment for the storage ond
repair of their own equipment known
as Block 113 Lot JC. Union Beach, N.J
Resolution ol said Zoning Boord of
Adjustment has been filed In the office
ol rht Borough Cltrk and Is available
for Inspection
Union Beach
Zoning Board ol Adjustment
Mrs. Evelyn Kont
Secretory
Morch 4
14 ti
246 W t t Long Bronch
PUBLIC NOTICI
A hearing on o notice of appeal by
James G Gallagher ' r om o ute variance granted by Ihe Board ot Adlutt
merit to James L Kohtrmones on Lot
2B m Block 17 wot held on February
U, and the Borough Council remanded
tht matter to the Board ol Adiuslmmt
for the adaption of o propci resolution
tncorproling tls llndlngt ol toct and
conclutiont.
FHANCESU TOWNSENO
BOROUGH CLERK
247 Regional Notices
NOTICf
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the fol
lowing Is o schedule of meeting ntgnti
for tht BOARD OF EDUCATION OF
T H E SHORE R E G I O N A L H I G H
Unflappable Park's
grilling to continue
WASHINGTON ( A P ) "They kept saying he was
Tongsun Park faces more (an agent)," one source said,
grilling on alleged South Ko- " a n d he kept s a y i n g he
rean influence-buying at- wasn't"
tempts this week as Congress
The difference is essential
continues to work on a national energy policy, the Panama in determining whether there
Canal treaties and the Hum- was any congressional misconduct. The Constitution prophrey-Hawkins jobs bill
hibits congressmen from acPark was to go back before cepting money from foreign^
House ethics committee in- agents while such gifts from
vestigators today for closed- foreign businessmen were ledoor questioning on details of gal until 1974
his contributions to more than
Elsewhere on Capitol Hill,
24 congressmen.
The investigators spent votes were scheduled later in
most of last week trying — the week on a possible break
and reportedly failing — to in the energy deadlock, on
shake Park's story that he amendments to the Panama
spread money to aid his rice- Canal treaties and on the
buying business, not to buy Humphrey-Hawkins employinfluence for the South Ko- ment bill
rean government.
Senate energy conferees
4
S
are expected to decide tomor247 Regionol Notice*
row whether to accept a comSCHOOL DISTRICT lor 1971 7«. AM
promised reached last week
meetings will begin ol • 00 P.M.. pre
volllng lime. In the Llbrory of tht High
that could break the monthsSchool. Monmouth Park Highway.
West Long Bronch, Ntw Jersey
long stall in Congress on
The regular Public meeting, ot which
the public may participate, will bt held
on tht Fourth Thursday ol eoch month,
with the exception ot November when
It will be held the Third Thursday The
Agenda will Include the following
Approval ol Previous minutes
Payment ol currtnl bills
Correspondence
A l l other m a t t e r s b e l o r t t h t
Boord
The Public meeting will bt preceded
by on Agenda meeting, which will be
held on t h t Tuesdoy preceding Ihe
Public meeting The agenda will con
slsl ol all matters to come before Ihe
Board The public will nol parlklpote
unless requested to do so by the Board
of Education
Following or* the dotes of the Agenda
ond Public meetings The public Is in- '
vlted to attend oil meetings
AGENDA MEETINGS
Tuesdoy, Morch 21, 1971
Tuesday, April IS, 1971
Tuesdoy, May 73, 1971
Tuesday, June » , 1971
Tuesday, July IS, 1971
Tuesdoy, August 71,1971
Tuesday, September 16, 1971
Tuesday, October 14. 1971
Tuesday, November U, 1971
Tuesday. December 2ft, 1971
Tuesdoy, January 23, 1979
Tuesday. February M. 1979 (tentative)
RCGUIAR MEETINGS
Thursday. March 23, IV/i
Thursday, April 27,1971
Thursday, May 24, 1978
Thursday. June 71. 1971
Thursday July 77,1979
Thursday. August 24, 1971
Thursday. September 71.1978
Thursday. October 26, 1971
Thursday, November 16, 1971
Thursday. December 78, 1971
Thursday, January 2S, 1979
Thursday. February 22. 1979 (tenta
tlvt)
The ORGANIZATION meeting ot the
Board should be on Mondoy, February
11, 1979 providing the school elections
are htld on February 6, 1979. By order
of the Board of E ducatlon
(Sgnd) T i m W. Garland. Jr
Secretory, Board ol Education
Shore Regional High School District
Monmouth Pork Highway
West Long Branch, New Jersey 07764
rch6
t i l 20
U HOUR NOTICI
OF MEETING
TAKE NOTICE that on Thursday,
the 9th day ot March, 1971, NORTH
EAST MONMOUTH COUNTY RE
GIONAL SEWERAGE AUTHORITY
will hold a special meeting at 1:00
P.M. ot the Authority Offices. 1 High'
land Avenue, Monmouth Beoch. New
Jersey, concerning public business.
formal action on which moy or may
not be taken. The presently known
agenda It as follows:
a To discuss the f ef Iminiing uf Ihe
outstanding bonded Indebtedness
ol the Authority ond to frame Op
proprlote resolutions ond lo take
such action thereon ot might be
deemed necessary or appropriate
In connection therewith.
b. To approve a dote tor a public
hearing for the purpose of dls
cutting t h t Proposed Sludge
Management System for the Au
thorlry.
Other matters not now known per
talnlng to public business moy be
placed on the agenda, considered at
tatd meeting ana tormol octlon moy or
may not be Taken thereon.
Dated March 3, 1971
WILLIAM J ROONEY.
Executive Director
Morene
U.I4
NOTICE
RESOLUTION APPOINTING A
SCHOOL BOARD ATTORNEY AND
BOARD AUDITOR
WHEREAS, there t i l t t * a need for a
School Board Attorney and Board
Auditor and funds ore available tor
these purposes, ond
WHEREAS, the Local Public Con
irocts Law requires that Ihe resolution
outhorltlng contracts for professional
services without competitive bidding
must be publicly adverflted,
NOW, T H E R E F O R E , BE IT RE
SOLVED by the Boord ot Education ol
the Shore Regional High School Dls
trlctotlollowt:
1. Alexis Tuccl. on attorney al law of
the State of New Jeney, is hereby op
pointed and confirmed os Board At
torney, and Seaman, Seomon and Os
llslo, registered municipal accountonts
of the State of New Jersey, ore hereby
appointed ond confirmed os Board
2. The ofioolntmenli ort mode with
out competitive bidding os proles
slonal services because ll It for Jegol.
tervlcet and auditing services, recog
nlied professions regulated by law,
and
3. A copy of this resolution shall be
published tn The Dolly Kegilter ot re
quired by low within 10 days of Its pos
sage. I, Thos W Garland, Jr., Secretory ol the Boord ot Education of tht
Shore Regional Hloh School District.
hereby certify that the foregoing It a
true copy of o resolution duly odopted
by said Board of Education at o regu
lor meeting held on tht 17th day ot
February, 1971
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I hqvt here
unto set my hand ond seal of the Board
of Education of the Shore Regionol
High School District this 71th day of
248 Monmouth County
I44
Notice It hereby given that sealed
bids will be received by the Monmouth
County Boord ol Recreation Commissioners ot the Monmouth County Pork
System ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES.
Thompson Park. Newman Springs Rt) .
Llncron, Ntw Jersty. until 10 00 a m .
evolllng lime on Thursday. March
., 1971 ond then publicly opened and
read aloud tor me following
1 PRINTING SERVICES
2. ACTIVATED SLUDGE FERTILI
K
UM
Bid Documents, Including Instruc
Horn to Bidders. Proposal Forms, and
complete Plans ond Specifications
may be obtained by qualified bidders
at tht ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICES
of tht MONMOUTH COUNTY PARK
SYSTEM, located in Thompson Park,
Newman Springs Rd.. Llncroft, New
Jersey, between tht hours of 9 00 o m
ond4 JO p m . Monday through Friday
All bids must bt submitted on the
Itandord proposal forms In the manner
designated ond required by the speclfl
cations, ond must b t t n c l o s t d In
sooted envelopes bearing the name ond
address of tht bidder ond tht fltlt ot
the bid on the outside, and addressed
to the Monmouth County Boord of Rec
rtotlon Commissioners. P O Box 32ft.
Llncroft. N J 07731 Bids must be de
llvered at Ihe place ond btlore I h t
hour mentioned above.
"During Ihe ptrformonce of this
contract, all contractors a r t required
to comply with the requirements ot
P L 1975c, 127.'
Tht Monmouth County Boord ol
Recreation Commissioners reserves
the right to waive any inlermolltits in,
or le r t l t c t ony or oil bids, and lo
award contracts In whole or In part II
d t t m e d in the btst tntere.it ol I h t
Boord 10 do SO
No bidder may withdraw hit bid
within thirty (301 days following the
dote ot bid openlna
Tht Monmouth County Board ol
Recreation Commissioners shall re
strve the right to hold bids for sixty
110) ooys prior to oword ol contracts
By order ol Tht Boord of Recreation
Commissioners of the County of Monmouth.
VICTOR E GROSSINGER
Chairmen
Jomes J. Trunctr
Secretory Director
Morch*
SU.13.
SHREWSBURY, N J
MONDAY MARCH 6 1978 T h e C M t y RcgfetCT
17
President Carter's energy
program
The proposed compromise
would allow gradual federal
deregulation of some natural
gas prices to allow them to
rise and thus entice companies to develop new gas
fields
The House has opposed
deregulation on grounds it
might give gas companies
windfall profits, while .the
Senate has approved deregulation
On the Panama Canal
treaties, senators have
agreed to a schedule of votes
on amendments that night allow the Senate to vote on other legislation that has backed
up behind the debate on the
pacts.
And the Humphrey-Hawkins
jobs bill finally heads for a
vote in the House this*week
after years of controversy
and compromise '
TROOPER HONORED — State Trooper Ralph Buono of Long Branch* center, receives a proclamation from city officials for his role in "Project Alpha/' a joint state and federal undercover Investigation into organized
crime In northern New Jersey. Mayor Henry R. Cloifi, left, and Richard G.
Traversa, City Council president, bestow the honor.
FBI's Top 10: The Worst
NEWARK (AP) - Their photographs are
posted in 33,000 post offices across the nation;
they're described as notorious, ruthless and
"armed and extremely dangerous;" they're
the 10 most wanted criminals in Arnerica.
Although the FBI says its list of most
wanted fugitives is filled with notorious and
ruthless criminals, most lack the bad guy reputations of Baby Face Nelson or Bonnie and
Clyde
"If he's on that list, you can be sure he's
there for a reason," New Jersey FBI spokesman William J. Birtwistle said in an interview
"They Just don't walk onto the list."
Since the list was started in 1950. photographs and fact sheets of 360 criminals have
been posted in post offices across the country
The FBI has nabbed 334 of them. Birtwistle
said.
About a third of the criminals were apprehended through citizen cooperation, he said
"We get sufficient calls to make the program
viable," the spokesman said.
Local FBI branches make recommendations to Washington on who should be placed on
the list Once a criminal makes the Top 10, he
stays there until he Is captured
The decision to place a criminal on the list
is based on prior criminal records, on how dangerous the fugitive is and on whether national
attention will help his capture, Blrtwislle said
Frederick J. Tcnuto holds the record for
the longest time on Ihe list, eluding authorities
from 1950 lo 1964, while Billy Austin Bryant's
mug shot was posted for only two hours before
he was nabbed
Miss Patty Hearst, the newspaper heiress
convicted of bank robbery, "was wanted bul
she wasn't In the top 10," he said, while Angela
Davis, a radical black leader in the 1960s, was
on the list for two months.
James Earl Kay, convicted of the murder
of Martin Luther King Jr., "was on it twice, in
1968 and again in 1977 when he escaped," Birtwistle said.
Four of the criminals who appeared on the
Top 10 list were arrested in New Jersey, Birtwistle said, noting that California holds the
record with 43
Birtwistle said the list Is filled with bank
robbers, prison escapees, rapists and murderers. "Ms nol child's play," he said
The biography of the criminal Includes a
detailed description of known occupations,
birthmarks, tatoos, scars and criminal convictions
Charles Lee Mcrron, wanted for murder
and assault, has been on the present list for 10
years. Only one woman, Katherlne Ann Powr,
Is currently on the list. She's wanted for, murder, theft and bank robbery
Some fact sheets go Into great detail outUnlng just what the fugitive did William David
Smith, one of the February additions to the
list, Is wanted "for his alleged Involvement in
an execution style murder In which the victim,
after being shot lo death, was mutilated
beyond recognition and his body set afire," the
poster says
"They're rough characters," Birtwistle
warned "You don't want the public lo get Involved capturing someone who sets fire to
people They should call us and not try to apprehend them "
Math dept.
chairman
is named
Christian convention
seen attracting 1,200
WEST LONG BRANCH —
Dr. G. Boyd Swartz of Eatontown has been appointed
chairman of the Monmoulh
College department j j mathematics/computer science.
The appointment was announced by Dr. Robert S.
Rouse, dean of faculty and
vice president for academic
affairs.
Christian education and those students and their parents A
attending will have ihn op- full program for teenagers
portunity to review the mate- will be run during the conrials and discuss their use vention
The sponsoring organizawith the professionals who
tion, which seeks to support
work with them.
Representatives of many local churches in the task of
Christian colleges and Bible strengthening educational
schools will be In attendance ministries, has headquarters
to meet with college-bound In Ocean Grove.
MIDDLETOWN - More
than 1,200 lay and professional church people are expected to attend the third annual Central Jersey Christian
Education Convention, which
is scheduled for March 10 and
11 at Middletown Township
High School South
The main speaker will be
the Rev. Dr. Gene A. ( i d / .
pastor of Fellowship Bible
Dr. Swartz replaces Dr.
Church, Dallas, Tex., and asRichard Kuntz who, since
sociate professor ot practical
Dr. G. B»yd Swirti
September, has continued to
theology
at Dallas Theoadminister the affairs of the Holmdel, has received several
department, while assuming grants for his r e s e a r c h . logical Seminary. He Is a
new duties as the college's di- Among t h e more r e c e n t frequent speaker at church
rector of gradualtatudies grants was a nine-month Na- renewal and Christian educaDr. Kuntz will now deWe his tional Science Foundation tion conferences and is the
full attention to graduate con- Faculty Fellowship in Soclet> author of "Sharpening the
cerns, while he continues to al Problems at the Courant Focus of the Church," "Measure of a Marl," and "Meateach on a limited basis.
Institute of Mathematical Sci- sure of a Woman "
ence
of
New
York
University,
Dr. Swartz, who joined the
More than SO workshops,
faculty at Monmouth in 1965, where he received his Ph.D. covering a variety of topics
following a five-year stint as and Master's degrees He did related lo Christian educaa member of the technical his undergraduate work al tion, will be conducted by
staff at Bell Laboratories In Lehlgh University.
area Christian leaders. Some
of the major themes will be
Sunday school issues, youth
ministry concerns, church
planning Insights, and practical helps for dally Christian
living.
Numerous exhibits will fea
ture the latest resources In
NEW YORK (AP) - The down or altered
Alton G. Marshall, head of
president of Radio City Music
Hall says he will fight in both Radio City Music Hall
court any attempt to desig- Corp. and Rockefeller Cennate the theater an official ter, said in a letter to Deputy
landmark, a move, that i s Mayor Robert J Milano that
being considered by some as the red-ink drenched show
a measure to save the famous placed will close April 12 as
planned
show palace.
MONMOUTH MEDICAL
Landmark designation for • "We feel strongly that the
L*ig Braird
the music hall would make it city of New.York and RockMr. and Mrs. D.J Ball (nee
e l i g i b l e for s p e c i a l t a x efeller Center should not be Melody Morris), Barnegal
breaks, and advocates of saddled with a dead facility," Drive, Waretown; daughter,
landmark status for the the- Marshall said
He added that so far, all March 1.
ater hope the tax advantages
Mr and Mrs Douglas Wilwould be enough to help the suggestions to save the the- liams (nee Patricia Drouga t e r have been " i n facility stop losing money.
or impractical." herty), 11 Copperfleld Court,
But landmark status would adequate
Ocean Township, son, March
also mean that the art deco He included among those sug- 1
theater, located in Rockefel- gestions the landmark desigMr and Mrs Clifford John
ler Center, could not be torn nation Idea, advanced chiefly son (nee Charlene SoBoby Lt. Gov. Mary Anne Kruplewski) 3015 A Willow Dr.,
sak.
CotenofF back
Marshall asserted further Ocean Township, daughter,
from VegaH trip
March
2.
that "no responsible suggesMr. and Mrs John Medea
LAS VEGAS, Nev. - Cus- tions" have been forthcoming
tomer service oriented men's from government agencies, (nee Carol Keys) 8 Knapp
wear specialty stores contin- and proposals made by citi- Circle, Middletown, daughter,
ue to represent the major zens around the country have March 3.
marketing channel for the either been tried or are "in- Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ziegsale of men's fashion apparel, compatible with the size and ler (nee Judith Purcell). 105
Shore Drive, Highlands, son,
Jay Cotenoff, Goldin's Hen layout of the Music Hall." j
Shop, Red Bank, observed
The 6,200-seat theater drew March 4.
Mr. and Mrs. James Maxey
while attending the 43rd an- 2-million people last year,
nual Hen'swear Retailers of down from a peak of 5 mil- (nee Misuk Kang), 14 MartAmerica Convention and re- lion. It has lost $14 million veles Road, Eatontown,
lated national men's wear since 1968, the last year that daughter, March S.
Mr. and Mrs. Antonio
it made a profit.
market show here.
Radio City owners
to fight designation
Seminar planned
on landing a job
LINCROFT - A little bit
of luck and the "right connections" surely help in
landing a Job, but for
most, a job s e a r c h i s
serious and arduous work.
"How Did You Get That
Job?" will be a panel disc u s s i o n , s p o n s o r e d by
Brookdale Community College, to be held Tuesday,
March 21, from 0:30 a.m. to
11:30 a m
A group of successful career women, working in Interesting Jobs and professions, will relate both their
good fortunes and their mis-
adventures getting started.
Panel members are Beverly Barrett, public relations director of the Monmouth Museum, Dorothy
Strauber, consumer affairs
director of Foodarama Supermakels; Linda Benjamin, radio broadcaster on
WH1.H, and Nancy Rosabick, part-time publicity
writer and resume counselor.
Reva Shapiro of t h e
Brookdale Women's Center
is coordinator. The fee it
11, and persons wishing to
register may call the college.
County Births
Rayas (nee Maria Lopez),
1313 Sixth Ave , Neptune, son,
March 5
RIVKRVIKW
Red Bank
Mr and Mrs J a m e s
McShane (nee Elizabeth
Greene), 41 Moke Drive, Hazlet, son, March 1.
Mr. and Mrs M i c h a e l
Florio (nee Christine Pinto),
2122 Aldrin Road, Ocean, son,
March 2
Mr. and Mrs. James Schreiber ( n e e Joy Mary
McNamee), 108 Hudson Ave.,
East Keansburg, daughter,
March 2
Mr and Mrs. William Reis
( n e e Judith A s a ) . 293-A
Spring St , Red Bank, son,
March 2
Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Schmidt (nee Mary Ann Serpico), 200 Portland Road.i
Highlands, son, March 2.
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Huddy (nee Ellen Lombard), 438
Main St., Keyport, son, March
2
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Zislls
(nee Sharon Kaufmann), 3
Charm Court, H o l m d e l ,
daughter, March 2.
Mr. and Mrs. Alan I.akin
(nee Joan Field), 56 Deerfleld
Lane, Aberdeen, daughter,
March 2.
Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Pettigrew (nee Jane Kelly), 39
Maple Ave., Fair Haven,
daughter, March 2.
Mr. and Mrs. John Riker
(nee Joanne Keller), 2 Daniel
St., New Monmouth, daughter, March 2.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Roth,
(nee Cynthia Slur), 502 Apple
Valley Drive, Belford, son,
March 5.
Mr. and Mrs. T h o m a s
Cleary ( n e e K a t h l e e n
Reiboldt), 127 Fifth St., West
Keansburg, son, March i.
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Tritto
(nee Jackolyn Doran), 1000
Woodmeere Drive, Cliffwood
Beach, son, March i.
18
T h e DfcHyRegister
SHREWSBURY N J
MONDAY MARCH 6 w e
New
Marlboro
Lights 100's
Lighter in taste. Lower in tar. And still offers up
the same quality that has made Marlboro famous.
LIGHTS
LOWERED TAR & NICOTINE
The spirit of Marlboro
in a low tar cigarette.
Warning: The Surgeon General Has Determined
That Cigarette Smoking Is Dangerous to Your Health.
Kings: 12 mg "tar! 0.7 mg nicotine av. per cigarette. FFC Report Aug!77
100's: 12 mg "tar]' 0.8 mg nicotine av. per cigarette by FTC Method.
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