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1 Cul-de-sacs to pave way for Long Branch mall, B GREATER RED BANK F.ATONTOWN LONG BRANCH Today's Forecast: Sunny, hf>t through tpmorow Compile w»hhtr on A2 Diamond doings ets master Cincinnati; Texas stampedes Yankees Page B4 n Long Branch Church groups warming to soup kitchen plans Page B VOL. 06 NO. The Daily Register YOUR HOETOWN NEWSPAPER... SNCE 878 FRDAY, JULY 5, CENTS Jtongre&smeiLJidmit sex with pages WASHNGTON (AP) - Rep. Gerry Studds, being House reprimand for gay sex with a 7-year-old page, says he*ill stay n Congress, but Rep. Daniel B. Crane has le his plans unclear aer admitting an affair with a female page. The two congressmen yesterday admitted ethics committee charges they had sex with teen-age pages. Formal reprimand, the mildest discipline the full House can mete out, could take only a few minutes once scheduled, since neither is contesting the action.. "Of course," Studds, 46, a assachusetts Democrat, told reporters when asked if he would serve out his term. He took, the House floor, where he proclaimed his homosexuality and admitted "a serious error in Judgment" in his relationship with the page 0 years ago. Studds said, though, that his relationship did not involve improper conduct because-it was voluntary and there was no preferential treatment or harrassment. Crane. 47, a Republican from a Bible Belt district in downstate llinois, first sought advice from bis brother, Rep. Philip. Crane, R-., the 980 GOP White House hopeful. Then he flew home to explain his affair with a 7-year-old girl page to his wife, Judy, and six children.*. " know nothing 'm not talking," the conservative supporter of school prayer and strict morals said when asked about the liaison three years ago that began when the girl lost a six-pack of beer to him on a basketball bet and ended with repeated sessions in the bedroom of his Alexandria, Va., apartment. The talk among llinois Republicans was that Crane might resign and that, if not, he would have a hard time getting re-elected aer barely squeaking out a third term last fall. "f Dan Crane came to me and asked me if he should resign." See Admit, page A3 STUDDS CRANE Asbury Park raid nabs 32 for soliciting sex AND YOU THNK T'S NOT HERB? Jefferv Fox, 6. appears vtsterdav to be temporarily out of commission because of high temperatures n iami, Fla. Actually, the temperature was 66. By JON HEALEY ASBURY PARK - As part of the city's continuing crackdown on prostitution, police arrested 3 men and one juvenile last night and early this morning for allegedly soliciting sex from two undercover policewomen. The arrests were made by a squad of 6 city police and county investigators, with two city policewomen, one a rookie, serving as "decoys." All but six of the men were from onmouth County, primarify Asbury Park and Long Branch. The suspects have been charged with patronizing prostitution and maintaining a nuisance, which carry a maximum penalty of seven months in jail and a $,500 fine. They were scheduled to be arraigns) thl«mnrning hofnrp-nnf ' pal Court Judge Raymond P. Shebell The crackdown began Friday, when 6 suspected prostitutes were rounded up by a combined force of Aer the arrests were made, county Prosecutor Alexander D. Lehrer warned that those who patroniie streetwalkers, commonly known as "johns," would be the targets of future round-ups. Apparently the "Johns" did not heed the warning, Lehrer said. He pledged that the police operations would continue "at least weekly" Lehrer to ask Supreme Court to block parole of murderer By JON HEALEY FREEHOLD The onmouth County Prosecutor's Office will ask the state Supreme Court today to block the impending release of convicted murderer William Hawley, Prosecutor Alexander D. Lehrer said yesterday. TSS-yeer-old Hawley, who has served 6 years in prison for the 867 murder of an 80-year-old Long Branch man, was granted parole by the jute Parole Boar* earlier this month. He is scheduled for release from Trenton Stale Prison July t. The prosecutor's off ice sought to block Hawley's release preliminarily yesterday by obtaining a stay from the Appellate Division of Superior Court. A three-judge appeals panel denied the prosecutor's request, however, forcing Lehrer to seek a stay from the Supreme Court. Hawley, formerly of Long Branch, pleaded no contest to the ADril murder of 80-vear-old Louis Pascucci, and was sentenced to life in prison. According to Lehrer. Hawley shot Pascucci, a popular local shopkeeper, while robbing Pascuccta stationery store. Lehrer has been fighting Hawley's parole since the convict's eligibility first was announced in Oct. 98. Aer a series of court battles, the prosecutor won the right to review Hawley's prison records and to present testimony in opposition to Hawley's release. Two hearings were held during the past two months for both sides' to present testimony for and against Hawley's release. During the first hearing, the prosecutor's office emphasized the See Lehrer, page A3 Capalbo termed 4 powerfup By PETE^f ALTON ATAWAN-AKeansburgHlgh School English teadter yesterday testified that she never reported alleged incidents of sexual harassmeat by former Principal Samuel P Cspalbo because she viewed tnctex Friday A9 zzzz:::z:.*b8 Classified B0 Cotnlcs... : A3 lifestyle A9 ake a D«)s A4 ovies A2 Av«., Capalbo as a "powerful principal" who once "bragged that he would pay bonuses to get rid o'f teachers'.'' Barbara Tneszkowski told of a "hit lilt" on the bulletin board in the faculty lounge, consisting of photographs of teachers Capalbo had "gotten rid of." People, A2 Obituaries.-..' A7 Opinion / A6 Sports, B4 i Television,. A2 " Your Town B Lottery Winning numbers n the New Jersey lottery appear on page A7. Twin day Great Trzeszowski said Capalbo oen made sexual remarks of a "joking type of nature," but his remarks became "much more explicit" aer he became high school principal. Two other teachers who worked under Capalbo when he was principal at Keansburg High School testified yesterday that he oen made remarks for "shock value" rather than with serious intent. ' Special education teacher Jeanette Grogan and former art teacher Diane Jansen told an administrative law judge in Capalbo s tenure hearing that the former school head was "offensive" in some of his remarks, but not anti- Semitic as he had been portrayed * earlier testimony. SetTeaeker, Stns's Parts'at tl onday night* til? REVEWNG ROUND-UP Prosecutor Alexander D. Lehrer, seated, reviews plans for this morning's prostitution round-up with Asbury Park and county officials in city police head- at various locations throughout the city. The prosecutor also warned that police will seek to confiscate the "Johns' " vehicles in future arrests. The vehicles would then be turned over to the city for official use, Lehrer added. The purpose of the crackdown, Lehrer said, is to make clear that PROCESSON Parishioners pip money to the statue of the Virgin ary n front df Holy Trlfrttv Roman Catholic Church, Lono Srtnch, prior-to4he -nnual ount Carmel nrocession s RHSttr to bv Ltrrv Ptriw quarters this morning. Looking on are, from le, City anager Samuel Addeo, city Detective Capt. Gary Wheary, county Capt. Thomas ion, and city Capt. Frank DiBiano. "Asbury Park is no longer the place to conduct the business of prostitution, or to solicit the act of prostitution." See Asbury Park, page A2 Freehold parade threatened By TERRY OORE FREEHOLD - The 6th annual Battle of onmouth Parade and uster may be killed without a shot being fired. Parade Chairwoman Helen Carr, a member of the committee for the last 4 years, last night said that she and the other 0 committee members have decided to disorganize, throwing the future of next.june's parade in doubt. "For one thing, 'm exhausted," Carr explained. "You get burned out aer a while." Carr has been the parade chairwoman for the last five years. Carr recently asked two male committee members, whose names she would not disclose, to take over the chairmanship, but neither has given her an answer yet. However, the future of the parade depends upon whether one or both of the men choose to take over the chairmanship and form a new committee, Carr said. The parade commemorates the June 28, 778. battle between the American and British forces. Freehold and Freehold Township both contributed financially to the parade, which was held this year on June 26. The county Board of Chosen Freeholders also promised the committee $,000 for the parade this year, "but we haven't gotten it yet." Carr said, adding that the money will be put into an account for next year's parade if there is one. n 976 and 978, the board gave See Frreho, pogr A7

2 A2 The FR DAY, JULY5.983 PEOPLE 'Rockford 9 star sues Universal LOS ANGELES (AP) - Actor Jime. Oaraer, claiming he was cheated out of profits from "The Rockford Files" television series, has filed a million lawsuit against Universal Studios. Garner's suit filed in Superior Court seeks 97.5 million in profits he says the studio owes him as well as punitive damages of iii million. The actor has complained for years about Universal'* arithmetic, which concludes that "Rockford," aer six years on NBC and wide ALL SLES Geoffrey K. Jordan of New Brunswick, out of success in rerun syndication, is still, not making a profit. work for 6 months, is all smiles as T»e dispute turns on a provision in. hewtnsthe^00,000 top prize yesterday in the Pick 6 bonus draw- Garner's contract with Universal that guaranteed Garner and his production company, Cherokee Prod- With him fs his mother Constance ing held in Plumstead Township. uctions, a 37 percent share of the net Jordan. profits derived from the show. Such an agreement leaves it largely to the studio to determine what the net profits are what's le of the revenues aer all the costs of the show have been deducted. Aer calculating costs. Universal found no profits. "And we can't understand that," said William A. asterson, Garner's attorney. n his suit filed last Friday, Garner claims Universal "consistently and purposefully understated income and overstated costs" in figuring the profits on "Rockford Files." A studio spokeswoman said the studio had not yet been served with the suit and would have no immediate comment. Andrew to set sail LONDON (AP)- Britain's Prince Andrew, the helicopter pilot, flew out of London yesterday on a Concorde supersonic jetliner on his way to boost Britain's entry in the America's Cup yachting competition. The 23-year-old prince, accompanied by a detective, boarded a British Airways flight for New York at London's Heathrow Airport. He was seen off by airline chairman Sir John King and cheered by a half-dozen female flight attendants. m Andrew, who flew a navy Sea King. helicopter during Britain's 0-week - war with Argentina in the Falkland's last summer, is to train with the crew. of the yacht Victory, the British challenger in this year's cup race off Newport, R.. THE WEATHER The Weather Elsewhere Anchor age Atlanta Atlantic City Baltimore BO Boston Burlington Chevefl CC ago Cincinnati Dallas-Ft worm Detroit Hartford alaria Kansas City Lasvaoas Los Armaiei emphis iami Haw York Orlando PtilladelDnla.Louis xltl»>f lannk) «D«rin Francisco ittle H Le Prc OK 64 U cov T e 45 <4 46 clr 52 6C0V t 72 CSV es 47 e 4» hit 2 7] 20 rn n 7 n 73» clr hie cdv cdv rn «7 02 cdv «U clr n 70 clr tl 7t me Watngton Tempentures ndicate high end tow tor div to 80 m. EDT. PrcPrecipitation lor 24 hours endinolp.m. EOT Thunder ' Otlfc Sky conditions outlook lor f<wev. Jersey Shore ostly sunny, hot and more humid today. High in the lower* to middle 90s. Winds westerly at 0 to 5 mph Fair tonight. Low from 65 to 70. Sunny and hot tomorrow. High in the lower 90s., Chance of rain 0 percent today and tonight. arine forecast : Watch Hill, R. to on- (auk Point to anasquan ' Winds westerly at 5 to (5 knots today and tonight, fr through tomorrow, but partly cloudy tonight. Visibility 5 miles or more., Average seas 2 feet or less today. Bad vibes in W'aterbury GREAT BARRiNGTON. ass. (AP) A Connecticut arts group, denied a permit in its city for a Beach Boys rock concert, may stage the show 55 miles north in this Berkshire Hills town, officials say. Francis Donnammma and other members of the Waterbury Arts Festival Committee met Wednesday with Great Barrington officials to discuss holding the Sept. 4 concert at the Barrington Fairgrounds "Everyone involved is cooperating a great deal." Donnarumma said. "Of course, the Beach Boys are willing to perform at any suitable site. t's just a matter of arranging a reasonable lease " Waterbury Police Chief Frederick Sullivan denied a permit for the concert in unicipal Stadium, saying he didn't think the city could handle traffic and other problems generated by a big concert. Princess ties third knot ONTE CARLO, onaco (AP) - Princess Antoinette, the elder sister of onaco's ruler Prince Rainier, will make a third trip to the altar, this time with British dancer John Gilpin, the royal palace announced yesterday The wedding will be celebrated July 28 at the sand-colored royal palace that sits atop a rock overlooking the editerranean Sea. t will be he third marriage for Princess Antoinette. 63. and the second for her 53-year-old fiance. Th F?,d F arj"v Sl -5 Or8pm EDT Ba "'a Snu "P High Temperatuies Shov>ersf~ Tides H cdv Sandy Hook clr t» 7 me All times Eastern Daylight 43 clr TODAY: High: 2:54 p.m. and 2 5 a.m. and low: SO cdv n n cdv 6:54p.m. and7;07a.m. «47 cdv OOKHOW High: 46 p in and :43 am and 7 2 cdv Cdv low: 7:47 p.m. and 8 U.i in U 5 clr Kor Ked Bank and Kumson bridge add two hours: cdv 4 a 4Scdv Sea Bright, deduct 0 minutes; Long Branch, deduct 5 74 Cdvminutes; Highlands bridge, add 40minutes. «70 clr REGSTER NUBERS ain Office Toll Free toll Free Classified Circulation sports idrllelown, Freehold Sun, oon All liinee Eastern Standard TODAY: Sunrise5:36a.m.; sunset 8:26p.m. TCrOKROW: Sunrise3:37-a.m.; sunset8:25p.m. First quarter Su\y 7. last quarter July lull moon July 25 TAVER/RESTAURANT 50th YEAR N BUSNESS CASUAL FALY DNNG Kitchen Open a.m.- a.m. Sun. 2-0 p.m. DALY LUNCHEON SPECALS Try our Fresh So Shell crabs, scungilli, Tripe & Calamari FALY DNNER SPECALS on. & Tues. - Cup of Soup & salad with combination seafood platter with spaghetti & macaroni. Shrewsbury Avt. at Herbert St. $ f i 9 5 Red flank ** Fighting erupts in Lebanon BKRUT. Lebanon (AP) - Druse militiamen ambushed a Lebanese army patrol in the central mountain town of Aley yesterday, wounding 4 soldiers, Lebanese authorities said. They said two Druse were killed in an ensuing Shootout. But a Druse leader in Aley, Akram Shehaib. said the two Druse killed were run down by a Lebanese army jeep whose driver panicked when it was surrounded by an angry crowd. The sraelis, who control Aley, said about.000 Druse threw stones at the patrol and some of them fired shots over the heads of the troops before the soldiers opened fire on the Druse, who are members of sect that is an offshoot of slam. t was the first clash reported between the Lebanese army and Druse militiamen since Lebanon's civil war. Druse leaders have repeatedly warned President Amin (.emayel's government against sending the army into their areas before a Druse-Christian reconciliation is attained. eanwhile, in the southern Lebanese market town of Nahatiyeh, seven miles north of the sraeli border, three shops that sell sraeli fruits and vegetables were blown up before dawn, local reporters said. There were no casualties in the blasts that occurred seconds apart in the former guerrilla stronghold. But a civilian failing to heed a 0-hour curfew order was shot and wounded in the leg by sraeli troops,, the reporters said. artial law end near WARSAW, Poland (AP) - The Polish Parliament began action yesterday on legislation to grant the government emergency powers and also streamlined control of the police. The actions were taken in preparation for the liing of martial law next week The Sejm (Parliament) without debate referred to committee a constitutional amendment permitting the declaration of a state of emergency without parliamentary approval. The deputies are expected to approve it at a meeting next Wednesday and Thursday at which informed sources said Gen. Wojciech Jaruzelski. the premier and Communist Party chief, would propose the liing of martial law. The amendment provides that the Council of State or its president in effect the government "may introduce for a definite period of time a state of emergency... if the interior safety of the nation is threatened or in the case ul a natural disaster." Although the leadership declared martial law in 98 without such legislation. Parliament later approved the declaration Now. the government apparently wants to write provisions for state of emergency" decrees into the constitution to provide a legal basis for action to curl) unrest withoutrdetlaration of martial law. The Parliament adjourned for the day' without giving details of the new government legislation. The parliament with only three negative votes also approved a new law creating a centralized sy^jem of command, patterned on that in the Soviet Union, for the police and security police. t puts control of local police units in the hands of the interior minister, Uen. Czeslaw Kiszczak, an ally of Jaruzelski Previously, the uniformed police were organized by local and district units reporting to police headquarters in Warsaw. Details of the measure were not reported The sraelis invaded Lebanon in June 882 to crush toe Palestine Liberation Organiiation and have agreed to pull out if the guerrillas and the Syrians withdraw. But the Syrians, who have been in Lebanon since ending the civil war have rejected the withdrawal pact, negotiated by the United States and signed by srael and Lebanon ay 7. Police said Druse militiamen loyal to Walid Jumblatt of the Progressive Socialist Party opened machine-gun fire on the Lebanese army patrol as it was reconnoitering possible deployment positions in Aley, 7.5 miles southeast of Beirut. An army communique said "a number" of officers "on a routine patrol" were wounded, but gave no details THE WORLD Foulups saved Argentinians LONDON British commandos twice were assigned to annihilate a 4-man Argentine garrison during the Falkland slands war, but the plan first was stymied by a foulup and then canceled because of the Argentine surrender, according to a new book. The highly trained, 30-man Special Air Service force not only failed to destroy the garrison, but many of its men later died in a helicopter crash during the 74-day war in the South Atlantic colony. Samantha in Leningrad LENNGRAD, USSR. - aine schoolgirl Samantha Smith spent her first full day in Leningrad sipping Soviet-made Pepsi-Cola, greeting Russians with her message of peace and chatting by phone with the world's first spacewoman. " thought it was just a kid who was calling," said Samantha aer she received a mysterious telephone call yesterday from former cosmonaut Valentina Tereshkova while touring the city's House of Peace and Friendship. Told who it was. Samantha replied: "She kept saying. kiss you. Samantha. kiss you.' didn't know it was the first woman in space, geez.'' Asbury Park raid nabs 32 men Crisis widens l continued) were told "basically to stand there, to see it Added City anager Samuel Addeo. i think anyone would solicit them,'' the prosecutor said. what we're trying to addi ess is the openness, the The round-up was planned by Wheary and blatant soliciting ' Capt. Frank DiBiano of the city force, along with "Asbury Park has a very busy police force." Capt. Thomas ion of the prosecutor's office. Addeo said. "A lot of times we don't have the The following men were identified as the time to spend on street crime. This lets us catch alleged "Johns" arrested during this morning's up think we're on top of it." round-up: Addeo also directed the following message to Lilo ojica. 28, Joseph A. urphy. 24, Pat would-be prostitutes and "Johns ": "There is a Patelo. 42, Carl W Rine. 53, and Donald R good possibility that before the summer is over. Bradshaw. 49. all ol Asbury Park. KeithC. Ward. \uu will see JudgeShebell ' 30. of Eatontown. Pasquale Ciaglia, 2, Ronald When asked if the crackdown in Asbury Park David, 24. Kelvin L Pitman, 29. orris J. Hafif, could push the prostitution problem into another 63. Bart J Rego, 2. and George Brycki, 24, all of municipality..ehrer said, "f it moves somewhere else, we'll be there." Walker. 9, Frank J. Radwanski, 52. and Dana O. Long Branch; Ronald E. urray, 23, Joseph L. Norflett, 20, all of Neptune; James R. Shumard. One of the two female "decoys'" has approximately six months experience on the force, while 35, of Neptune City; George A. Brower, 57, and Wayne R. Jackson. 22. both of Oakhurst; Ronald the other has one-and-a-half years, police said. C. Davis ST of Ocean Tovrnship; Lawrence Both have participated in past prostitution arrests, city Detective Capt. Gary Wheary said. ' Juliano, 43, of West Belmar; Robert. Amberg, 28. of Spring Lake; CorradO Bellapianta. 36, of Lehrer called the women "very courageous" Wall; Leroy Taylor. 34, of Tinton Falls, and for standing unarmed and alone on city streets Kenneth A Palmer, 22, of arlboro Two cars carrying at least two officers backed up each decoy, and a third vehicle stood by to Those arrested from out of county were: transport the suspects aer their arrest, Wheary Wayne G. arlatt, 35. of Jackson; odi Essoka. said. 48. of South Orange: Ollie L. Watts, 26, of Edison; The female officers were instructed in safety Evaggeios Bardis, 24, of Hamilton Square; procedures aiwejl asoaw regarding solicitation. and entrapment, Lehrer said. They were dressed "very unseductively " to avoid even the "hint" of entrapment, Lehrer added. The operation, which began at 4:30 p.m. yesterday and concluded at 3 this morning, concentrated on the area from Kingsley to Berg and from Fih to Third avenues. The female officers sunn SAVNGS Donald H Fissel, 47 oi ontgomervule. Pa. and Valentine K. Weils in.... itensselaei All but three of the above suspects were released on their own recognizance this morning. Also. Joan Zitzman. 27, of Ocean Grove was charged with soliciting and maintaining a public nuisance. 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3 FRDAY, JULY 5,983 The Daily Register A3 Hart lambasting of X called fruitless WASHNGTON - Sen. Gary Hart formally opened hit attack yesterday on the X missile, declaring on the Senate floor that a decision to build the nuclear weapon "will plunge us inexorably into a nuclear trap with no escape ' The Colorado Democrat and about 0 other senators, mainly Democrats, are threatening a filibuster against the X thus imperiling Republican hopes for quick Senate action on a «00 billion defense bill n response, Senate ajority Leader Howard H Baker Jr. of Tennessee planned late night sessions and said he would probably convene the Senate for an unusual Saturday meeting. n another development, Sens. Edward. Kennedy, D-ass. and ark Hatfleld, R-Ore., ntroduced a resolution calling for a mutually verifiable freeze on nuclear weapons by the United States and the Soviet Union. By a unanimous vote, the House decided to debate behind closed doors U.S. covert aid to Nlcaraguan rebels when the subject comet up next Tuesday. The Democratic-controlled House will debate a proposal that would scrap aid to the rebels and substitute «million n open assistance to friendly Central American nations. The Reagan administration supports ncreased aid to rebels attempting to overthrow the arxist Sandinista government. By a 4-3 vote the Senate Judiciary Committee sent to the floor without recommendation two proposed constitutional amendments that would permit voluntary prayer in public schools. One of the amendments would allow oral prayer while the other would permit observation of a moment of silence. They may reach the full Senate later this year, possibly in September or October. The committee action marks a victory for Reagan, who has pushed strongly for oral prayer in public schools. Sen. Orrin G. Hatch, R-UUh, has sponsored the amendment allowing silent prayer, arguing that it stands a stronger chance o( enactment. The Judiciary Committee also delayed the confirmation vote on Reagan's three choices for the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights until September. n the meantime, the committee will bold additional bearings on the nominees. An effort by Sen. Howard. etzenbaum, D-Ohio, to block the administration's program for removing federal price ceilings on natural gas was defeated overwhelmingly by the Senate Energy Committee. The 3-7 defeat of etienbaum's substitute cleared the way for the Senate panel to vote next week on a compromise package that would remove the price ceilings on old gas over a three-year period. Wholesale prices predicted to inch up WASHNGTON (AP) - Wholesale prices, which declined over the first five months of the year, are rising now but at such a modest pace that economists expect the yearly gain to be the smallest in more than a decade. "ts going to look very good for the year," says Evelina Talner, economist t la* r irsi National Bank of Chicago. Donald RaUjczak, economic forecaster at Georgia State University, predicted an ncrease of only.6 percent in the Labor Departments Producer Price ndex for finished goods in S. That would be the best showing since the.6 percent registered in 967. The index rose 3.7 percent last year. For the first five months of the year, wholesale prices tumbled at an annual rate of 2.2 percent. The economists made their' predictions in advance of today's release of Affair sparked by 6-pack bet WASHNGTON (AP)- A wager over a basketball game, with a six-pack of beer to the winner, began the sexual relationship between Rep. Daniel Crane, R-ll. and a House page, according to ethics committee documents. t was the winter of 960. She was 7. He was 44. The page lost the wager, and the next spring, she went to Crane's office in the Cannon Building with a sixpack of Heineken to pay up. The relationships between the unnamed female and Crane, and between an unnamed male page and Rep. Gerry Studds, D-ass. are described in intimate detail in the panel's final report on a year-old, fl million investigation into sexual misconduct on Capitol Hill. The female page told investigators that aer she went to his office, Crane offered her a beer. When she replied she didn't like beer, Crane nvited her for a drink. But a bar in Virginia refused to serve the woman because she was under age, so the couple l t "Can you tell us what happened aer you gottothe apartment?" a committee investigator asked. "Well, be drank beer, and we had a discussion," the page said. Q. Can you tell us what that was about? A. Just about whether we were going to finish up or be was going to take me home then. Q. Okay. A. But wouldn't have gone that far if didn't already want to or have in my mind that was going to do something like that. Q. When you say 'whether you were going to finish up,' take it whether you were going to go to bed with him, is that right? A. Right. Q. And what happened. A. We wenttobed. Q. And take it from what you are saying, that was entirely voluntary on your part. A. Oh, yes. The male apparently was 6 when be met Studds and a group of other congressmen at a restaurant in ay or Jane 973. Sometime aer the meeting, Studds invited the page to his house in Washington's exclusive Georgetown section. Q. What happened at that dinner? A. Well, we sat around and talked about abstract and general questions, all types and descriptions, until four in the morning, drinking vodka and cranberry juice, at which time was told by the congressman that be was too drunk to give me a ride home and so be said, 'Why don't you sleep here?' And did. At that time, the page told investigators, he and the congressman engaged in sexual activity. Aer three or few additional visits that included sexual encounters, the two traveled to Europe together in August 873. June figures on wholesale prices. They were looking for an ncrease in the range of a seasonally adjusted 0,3 percent to 0.6 percent n June, which would match, or exceed, ay's 0. percent advance. ay's pickup was the first increase all year and was driven by higher energy costs, which also were expected to show up n June's report. Xaihieen Cooper, anor financial economist at Security Pacific National Bank in Los Angeles, described the pickup in prices as "more the correction of the weakness earlier in the year and not a fundamental turn n nflation." " don't think inflation will be- a major concern until the end of 984, f even then," she added. Wholesale prices were off. percent in January, held steady in February and then fell again, by 0. percent, in arch and April. The bright price picture has been widely attributed to the long recession and the worldwide oil glut that drove down gasoline and fuel nil prices Crops also have been bountiful. n a newsletter to clients, Ratljczak predicted that food prices would fall again in June, aer a 0. J percent decline in ay. "Prices for fruits and vegetables are cuiiliiniiug iu unwind luiiuwirig ui UUC increases early in the year related to poor weather conditions," he said. Tainer predicted higher energy costs would account for about half the overall rise in June's wholesale prices. Energy prices, she said, began climbing around April when the federal government's nlckel-a-gallon ncrease in gasoline taxes went in effect. The gastax increase, which showed up strongly in the department's index of consumer prices, sn't measured by the Producer FNALLY CAUGHT Heavily armed iami police SWAT team members give chase to an 8-year-old crime suspect Ricky Palmer. Ex-Salvadoran WASHNGTON (AP) - The wife of a former El Salvadoran ambassador to the United States was rescued safely last night, a week aer terrorists kidnapped her in iami and demanded $.5 million ransom as a "war tax," the FB said. Six suspects were arrested in the abduction of Clelia Eleanor Quinonez, 53, wife of Roberto Quinonez eza, and a seventh person was being sought for questioning, according to FB officials in Washington and iami. Arrested in iami were Salvador Lacaya and his sister, argarita, said FB spokesman Dennis Erich. Taken into custody here were ack L. Carr, t, Admit sex with pages House GOP Leader Robert H ichel of llinois said in reply to a question, "Well, 'd Uke to be as much of a strength to him as possible. 'd say the Good Lord sometimes moves in mysterious ways." House Speaker Thomas P. O'Neill Jr., D-ass., said the windup of the investigation by the ethics committee, formally the Committee on Standards of Official Conduct, yielded findings that were "roost disturbing.' The committee voted - to recommend to the full House the reprimand of the two lawmakers. Committee special counsel Joseph A. Callfano Jr. also said the panel found that James C. Howarth, majority chief page in the House doorkeeper's office, "engage* in a sexual relationship with a Wfr-old fetnalan K0 who was at the time under bis direct supervision and gave her preferential treatment." Callfaae said there was evidence that in lff» aad N0 Howarth, now chief Hi the document room. n the Democratic knom where lawmakers mill during i the two lawmakers, Howarth i His riflfct ta pdhuc bearing. CaltUna said be urged disciplinary proceedings against Howarth.. The committee id Studds and the male page both confirmed the details of their relationship. t said Crane and the girl page did the same. n his floor statement, Studds said, "t is net a simple task for any of us to meet adequately the obligations of either public or private life, let alone both. But these challenges an made substantially more complex when one is, as am, both an elected public official and gay ' The committee said Studds "acknowledged n writing that be made sexual advances to two other male pages in 97" Aer Crane le Washington, bis office issued a statement in which be said: "'m sorry that made a mistake." "t happeaed three years ago," he said. "'m human and in; no way did violate my oath of office. only hope my wife and children will forgive me.' 7 The committee said tlw girl told nvestigators she found Out "as aa older man, very attractive." She said she went to his office to pay off the basketball bet at 8 p.m. and that be asked her if she wanted some beer. The girl replied that she did not Uke beer and the two of them then went to a Robert A. Gerald, 9, Clifford Bibbs, no age given, au of the District of Columbia, and an unidentified 7-year-old, according to James W. Vatter, assistant special agent in charge of the FB's Washington field office. Vatter said Carr, Gerald and the youth were arrested with rs. Quinonez at a telephone booth outside a Washington hotel from which they were having her call her husband so he could verify his wife was safe before paying the ransom. Bibbs was taken into custody later. Price ndex. But analysts said producers apparently took advantage of it to widen ih«r own profit margin...,., The department's energy price calculations actually lag a month behind the rest of the index, so the figures in the June report will represent ay prices. Price changes that show up n the producer price measure are a good barometer oi how lood, energy and other commodity prices will move at the retail level. The Consumer Price ndex, however, checks for a broader range of items, including housing and medical care, than does the wholesale inflation index. Consumer prices rose 0.S percent in ay. For the first five months of the year, those prices overall rose at an annual rate of only 3 percent. The June report on those prices will be out next week. Palmer, wanted by police on several felony charges, was chased down aer a 0-minute race. FALLNG DOWN Two unidentified mem bers of the 2th Special Forces Group, Air borne, miraculously survived this mid-aid en tanglement during routine training exercises from helicopters at Hamilton Field n Novato, Calif. Le, one chutist plunges through canopy of the first, then shroudes him with his main chute. THE NATON Experts clash over salt intake CHCAGO - ost people probably don't risk getting; high blood pressure from salt, even if they eat a lot of it, Yale University doctors say. But new research from the Netherlands says just the opposite. High blood pressure has been shown to greatly increase a person's risk of heart attack, stroke and kidney damage. The controversy over whether the sodium in salt might boost blood pressure began at least 80 years ago, and it still has not been resolved. Doctors at the Yale University School of edicine in New Haven, Conn., say they believe about one-fih of' the population may be prone to high blood pressure and especially sensitive to salt intake. But the blood pressure of everyone else may be: largely unaffected by the amount of dietary salt, the doctors say. But, doctors at Erasmus University edical School in Rotterdam, Netherlands, reported that among 486 newboms studied during the first six months of life, there was a direct relationship between increased amounts of dietary salt and increased blood pressure. Ready for weapons talks WASHNGTON - The United States hastoldoscow it is ready for talks on controlling anti-missile defense systems in space, but only on a government-togovernment basis, the State Department said Thursday. "We believe a dialogue about the defensive technologies both countries have under development could be mutually beneficial," said Joseph Reap, a department spokesman. The U.S. readiness to talk came* in the form nf «counter-proposal to the call by Soviet President Yuri V. Andropov to convene a special meeting of Soviet and American scientists to discuss possible consequences of deploying large-scale anti-missile defenses in space. The possible future deployment of such systems was raised by President Reagan in an address last arch Dapularlv dubbtid UJP "Star Wara" gi^jflhi diplomat's wife freed Senateurged to join Dervish said a woman was being sought for questioning in the case. No other arrests were expected, he said. 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4 A4 The Daily Register FRDAY. JULY 5,9B3 Early graduations may hurt 35 districts By The Associated Press Thirty-five New Jersey school districts have received letters indicating their state aid may be reduced because they held graduation ceremonies before the 80th day of school, Department of Education officials said yesterday. ost of the districts cited were in Bergen, Passaic and Cape ay counties. No districts in onmouth received letters, although seniors in one county school system graduated two days before the year's end. For the past several years, id dletown schools held commencement ceremonies at the Garden State Arts Center. This year's term ended onday, June 20, but the latest the district could use the facility was Thursday, June 6. To prevent loss of state aid, tie district decided to hold two Saturday sessions in ay for seniors. The district received permission from County Superintendent ilton Hughes to hold the sessions, according to Dennis Jackson, iddletown High School South principal. The letters, signed by Education Commissioner Saul Cooperman, ordered the districts to explain by July 8 why they held graduation before the staterequired number of class days had been held. Cooperman will review the responses and decide by mid-august whether the schools violated state law and what fines, if any, will be imposed, said department spokesman Ed Ramsey. any school administrators said they held commencement early, mainly to avoid scheduling conflicts. But they said the seniors received empty envelopes during the ceremonies aid did not actually receive their diplomas until 80 days of class had been completed. We had it three days early, but they came to school the other days," Klosterman said yesterday. "Tbe problems were Sea sle, Stone Harbor and Avalon all have the same music teacher, and all three have a music section to their exercises." Vincent Calabrese, director of finance for the Education Department, said yesterday, "The critical issue would be whether instruction went on through 80 days. Graduation usually signals the termination of instruction ' Among the districts the Education department contends improperly held early graduations were six in Bergen County and Passaic County districts. Almost all the districts' in Cape ay County received the letters including Avalon, Cape ay City, Cape ay County Schools for Special Services, Dennis Township, Lower Cape ay Regional, Lower Township, iddle Township, Upper Township, North Wildwood, Ocean City, Sea sle City, Wildwood and Wildwood Crest. The other districts were Belvidere and Phillipsburg in Warren County, South Brunswick in iddlesex County, Rahway in Union County and the Sussex County'Vocatlonal and Technical School. Local school officials contend the issue is one of semantics. Judge dismisses alleged threat as talk NEWARK (AP) - A federal judge, saying he does not "get all in a twit when someone wants to show how macho he is," has passed off the alleged death threat by a suspect in an $8 million drug smuggling case as just -talk... _ But U.S. District judge Herbert J. Stern yesterday revoked the $ million bail set for the defendant, a Baltimore hair salon chain operator he called "a prime candidate for flight." The defendant, John. Salconi, 43, is one of nine men indicted in April on federal drug charges stemming from the alleged smuggling of 8 tons of marijuana into New Jersey in 982. Stern is scheduled to preside at the SeptembeT trial. The judge revoked bail for all the defendants aer James. Perry. 43, of Somerset, said he heard Salconi discuss a death plot while the two were at the federal etropolitan Correctional Center in New York City. He then restored the bail for all the men except Salconi. Perry warned the judge of the alleged death plot in a letter and then told and FB agent to whom he had been reporting. He has been awaiting sentencing by Stern aer pleading guilty June 8 to a charge of interstate transportation of forged documents. He faces up to 0 years in prison. Federal marshals began guarding Stern and his family around the clock Tuesday, but U.S. Attorney W. Hunt Dumont said he expected to end the special protection. "t's most likely people blowing smoke at one another." Stern said. " do not get all in a twit when someone wants to show how macho he is. All 've heard is a bunch of talk.» Salconi said that he spent more than six months in 98 and in 982 out of thecountry visiting ndonesia. "south America and the Carribean Ahile employees managed his hair salons and his r al estate holding company in aryland. Asked by Stem why he spent so long abroad, including visits to Thailand, China, Australia and alaysia, Salconi said he did so because the overseas flight took 23 hours. Dumont noted 23,500 in cash was found in a secret compartment during a search of Salconi's Baltimore home. And Stern said he found "something disturbing" in Salconi's testimony that he gave handguns to his former wife and a friend as presents. Refering to the "kind of business enterprises and foreign connections 've heard about," Stern revoked bail out of concern Salconi may flee the country to avoid prosecution. "t's simply that people make these kinds of sounds all the time," Stern added. Salconi, during more than an hour on the stand, denied making threats against Stern's life or plotting to have him killed. Perry had testified Wednesday that he heard the defendant say he wanted Stern "hit." Stern said he had "no doubt that (Perry) heard r. Salconi make noises hostile to me." But he added he believed Salconi did not have the "ability, capacity or will " to carry out the alleged threat. n revoking Salconi's bail, Stern called the defendant "untruthful" and called his testimony "ludicrous" and "absurd." Assistant U.S. Attoney Robert Steinbaum identified the other defendants in the drug case and their bail as: Benito Febre, 40, of Los Angeles, being held in lieu of $.5 million bail at the CC; Dennis Charles Liberto, 34, Pasadena, d., and Albert Anthony "Pat" Perticone Jr., 4. Baltimore, both being held at the CC in lieu of State court details probe procedures TRENTON (AP - Law enforcement agencies have u right to order criminal suspects to appear for identification lineups or other investigative procedures, the state Supreme Court ruled yesterday. The 7-0 decision by the state's highest court also set guidelines on ordering suspects to appear for such procedures as lineups, fingerprinting or hair and urine sampling hefnrp they arp formally charged With a crime. "There have been lower court decisions on the issue, but this clarifies the law and is the first time guidelines were issued," said Deputy Attorney General Debra L Stone. "This is the first New Jersey Supreme Court case on the issue.'' The opin^n, written by.jistir-p Alan Handler appears unclear on whether "intrusive" investigatory tests, such as the taking of a blood sample, can be sanctioned by a court before a suspects is charged. it's better to err on the side of caution and we are treating it as though there must be a higher standard before those tests can be allowed, " said Stone, who argued the state's case. The court issued its opinion, written by Justice Alan Handler, in the case of a Trenton man who was arrested and convicted on multiple charges aer he was picked out of a lineup following the 978 robbery of a Cliffwood Beach home in onmouth County The man, James H. Hall Jr. 38, now an inmate at the idstate Correctional Facility at Fort Dix, claimed that a Superior Court lacked the power to order him to appea. in a police lineup and his conviction should be thrown out. A victim of the robbery had tentatively identified a mug shot of Hall as looking like the bandit Another victim later positively identified Hall.? Handler's opinion said that courts have the power to compel an appearance before investigators under constitutional authority allowing searches and seizures of evidence before an arrest is made. The opinion also said that law enforcement authorities must be reasonably sure the person brought n for investigation or identification committed the crime and that an appearance would further an nvestigation. "Then; is nu leal detention involved," Stone said. "f a suspect is not identified by witnesses, he goes home The same thing could happen with fingerprinting where prints are taken and compared sometime later." Stone noted that the ruling also protects the rights of suspects by forcing authorities to send a notice to a suspect for the reason an appearance is being sought and compelling auihuiiiies LU suieuule iuveaiigauvi: appearances at times convenient to the suspect. The opinion bjj Handler said that lineups, like fingerprinting sampling, "involves no creative or unusual act on the part of the suspect; it involves only a display of evidence that is otherwise publicly visible.'' THEELBERON EORAL CHURCH Park Ave., Elberon, N.J. ( block from the ocean) Sunday Service a.m. EVERYONE S WELCOE $500,000 bail; John Vincent RizzotU, 54, Baltimore, being held at the CC on $0A0O0 bail. Also, Robert Joseph Sparrow, 4, of Ellicott City, d., free on $00,000 bail; Jorge Silva, 54, of iami, free on $30,000 bail; Ernesto Caballero Garcia, 42, iami, {ree'on $30,000 bail; and Ramon Rubiq Escarda, 43, of iami, free on $00,000 bail. THE STAtE Evidence limited in ETS case NEW BRUNSWCK - A Superior Court Judge says be will evaluate tbe "propriety or impropriety" of the process used by tbe Educational Testing Service to invalidate tbe exam scores of four students accused of cheating. The ruling by Judge Richard S. Cohen yesterday s expected to shorten the trial in tbe students' suit to overturn the decision by tbe testing service, which is widley used to administer college entrance examinations. Cohen said he would limit evidence id the case, hearing only testimony about tbe ETS Board of Review's decision-making process when it invalidated the students' scores in arch. Cohen said the question was whether the board had sufficient evidence at the time to make a reasonable decision - not whether the board's decision was ultimately tbe right one. f the board did not have a particular piece of evidence when it made its decision, Cohen said, he would decide whether "there was either propriety or impropriety in not seeking to find out" that evidence. Fort Dix tract charred ATLANTC CTY - Fireflghers battled a stubborn aze that charred 330 acres of Fort-Dis prepertyyesterday in the latest in a series of forest fires that" officials said have been fueled by winds.' Fire Warden Joseph Hughes said the fire broke out at Fort Dix near the Plumstead and anchester township borders early yesterday aernoon, and forced tbe closing of Route 70 between county Routes 539 and 530 Rules for suing parents set TRENTON (AP) - The New Jersey Supreme Court has ruled parents.may be sued for improperly supervising youngsters involved in accidents only when it is alleged they exhibited "willful or wanton misconduct" in their supervision. Justice arie Garibaldi said the ruling will free parents from "judicial intrusion" in the rearing of their children and will protect youngsters who are victims of a "severe" lack of supervision. The case decided Wednesday involved 2'i-year-old Jennifer Foldi of orris Plains, who wandered off while her mother was gardening in 974. During her 0-minute absence, the girl wound up in the yard of Dorsie and Florence Jeffries, and she was bitten by their dog. A guardian was appointed for the youngster, who sued the owners of the dog. The dog owners, in turn, sued the parents for improperly supervising their daughter. And the daughter sued her parents, a technique sometimes endorsed by parents as the only way they can collect on their policy. The court ruled the parents could not be sued by either party. 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5 State offers $4 million to expand jail county earuer this year, but official! here did not learn akout tbe preconditions until Wednesday. The oney waa made available by the pataage of Uit November i priaon bond luue. Overcrowded condition* at tbe county jail already have prompted the atate Public Advocate's office to flle wit agaiiut tbe freeholders, he county aherlff, the jau warden, and ltate correction! Commissioner William Panver. Tbe main factor n the overcrowding, according to county official!, is tbe number of state prisoners homed at tbe county facility Tbe jail population reached an ali-ume high of 60 last year, but now stand! at approximately 440. Tbe maximum capacity of the JaU la US inmates, according to county officials. Tbe county has started construction of a Jibed addition to the Jail, but Naroianick urged the freeholders not to use tbe state funds on FREEHOLD - The state Department of tkat project Notiag the jall'i overcrowded County official! will repair the wall now and Correction hu offend tbe comity almoet U condition, Narosank* laid it would not be in.~k seek n 75 r^mmi percent rvimhunwincnt reimbursement frnm from th» the >ute state million to opand toe onmouth Comty Correctional mitation on the condition that SO 4 new bed! to new state prisoners the county's best nterests to devote SO of tbe more ate tnmatei be houaed there, county A better dea, according to the county administrator, would be to use tbe $ million to Administrator Theodore J. Narttanick laid yeiterday. help build a second «4-bed addition. That According to Naroranlck, U.O.UO n jail project would coat U.7 million, Nanwantck conitruetion fund! waa earmarked for thesaid, so the state money would be "a tremendous helpto the county." Under the slate's proposed funding agreement, the county still Would be reimbursed for bousing ate nmates, but at a lower rate than before. The agreement would last 40 yean, Naroxanicksaid. The freeholders will review the state's proposal and act at a later date. A yeiterday, the freeholder! authorked county Engineer Charles Van Benschoten to seek bid! on tbe reconstruction of the Oceanic Bridge seawall n luddletown. The project call! for the installation of an 800-foot timber and concrete bulkhead in front of the crumbling tea wall, i The tea wall protects the northern approachtothe Naveslnk River crosiing, and the approach could be cut off f the wall collapses. aer the next shore protection bond issue is approved. n other bridge news, Van Bemchoten laid the county will let an administrative law judge decide the fate of the deteriorating Shrewsbury Avenue bridge over tbe North Jersey Coast Line tracks. The county wants to remove tbe bridge and construct a four-lane railroad crossing at a cost of 500,000, a plan that is supported by Tlnton Falls. Shrewsbury and Shrewsbury Township, however, want to maintain the bridge, wnlck would cost the county 300,000 to repair and *3 milliontoexpand. Conrall, whicn owns tbe railroad tracks, also opposes the elimination of the bridge, Van Benschoten said Tbe freeholders also approved a ( 95 million bond ordinance to finance tbe construction of a 6,000-square-foot, t-bed additiontothe Youth Detention Center in Freehold Township. Tbe funds also will be used to renovate the existing detention center building. Naroianick said conitruetion on the project could begin n mid-september. -JONHEALEY Teacher terms Capalbo fc powerfup (continued) On Wednesday, mathematics teacher Henry Trzesikowski testified that Capalbo said "Hitler bad tbe right idea" while discussing the extermination of Jews during tbe showing of the NBC television series "Holocaust". Grogan said ihe wai present in tbe faculty room during the school year on one occasion when Capalbo allegedly made tbe remarks. But under cross-examination by Capalbo's attorney, ichael D. Schottland of Colts Neck, Grogan said she thought Capalbo was "being flip" by making the statements, and that it was Just "his type of humor." When asked by school board attorney John O. Bennett of Little Silver if she thought the remark was humorous, Grogan responded that it was not. Jansen, who testified that she ate n tbe same lunchroom as Capalbo during the time the remarks were alleged to have been made, said she "never beard an anti-semitic remark" by Capalbo. However, Jansen corroborated earlier testimony that Capalbo called 5 nuke plants ordered closed WASHNGTON - Tbe government ordered yesterday the closing of five General Electric nuclear power plants, in assachusetts, North Carolina, llinois and Alabama, to nspect cooling pipe! for cracks which could trigger a reactor meltdown. The Nuclear Regulatory Commission ssued the order, which must be obeyed within 30 days, aer the owners of the reactors refused but week and again on Wednesday to voluntarily doae the plants n August for the inspection!, officials said. Harold Denton, head of the agency's Office of Nuclear Reactor Regulation, said the cracks could cause the pipes of a plant'i primary cooling system to break, creating the potential for a core meltdown and a large release of toxic radioactive materials. lauckarktr A NCH NO in FOR at- NBAS OC AND PCNT KRf NTS AND (OUt. PHOVONO APPEAL FRO 0- VriONJOPTlCON FCALANO lanojtai LJHNO PROCOUR FOR OTANNO VARANCS PRO CONSTRUCTON Rl- QURSSNTS" SO AS TO N- COP.PO«AT V RFE*. 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The Board of Education has charged Capalbo, now principal of the Keansburg Elementary School, with conduct unbecoming a professional, touching female teachers, making anti-semitic remarks, and using his administrative position to harass female employeel. The board relieved Capalbo ai high school principal last year aer three teachers brought a successful sexual harassment suit against him. According to Jansen, one of those teachers, Karen Brown, was told by Capalbo in the spring of 0 that she "should have an abortion since you can't afford another child with your husband unemployed." Jansen claimed the statement upset her since she was pregnant and her husband was out of work as well. Jansen said she was in tbe faculty room one one omen at :< a.m. an tto tin aav al Aawat. t. at well ma ana* alaca. m at any ttma ar alaca lack taw maatma way at aaahanaaaanittlaat naard caacaralna Or. CLA WNTXAU VatClartl KfNNf T. PTZSONS nmt»tr«rkk. 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Jansen said she found the practice "offensive" and asked Coleman to stop. Through his attorney, Capalbo "absolutely denied" charges made on tbe stand yesterday by Putskas that the principal offered her money to take law school entrance examinations for him during tbe 9804 school year. Administrative Law Judge Naomi Dower- LaBastille ruled that testimony stricken because-it was not directly related to the charges brought by the board. School officials could dismiss or demote Capalbo as a result of the hearings, which continue this morning in atawan unicipal Court. FRDAY, JULV 5,983 The Daily Register A5 Haband's Cool Air Shirt" > (or.only 4'largar titat lightly h,8har The open weave of this sport shirt has thousands of tiny windows that let COOL AR circulate and cool you off...2 chest pockets and neatly cuffed half sleeve... collar can be worn open or with a tie... square bottom worn in or out... 00% NO-RON polyester. Available in White. elon, Blue, int. Cocoa. 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6 The Daily Register Established in «7J - Pnbllihed by The Red Bank Register A Capital Cities Communications nc. Newspaper JAES E. ckearney, JR. President and Publisher Arthur Z. Kunln, Editor; Herbert H Thorpe, Jr.. Assistant Editor; Charles C. Trlblehorn, Sunday Editor; Ruuell P. Raucta. AraUUnt Sunday Editor; Jane Foderaro. City Editor; Doris Kulroan. Editorial Page Editor. Thomas C. Donahue. Director of arketing; Daniel J. Gallagher. Controller; Kevin J. ccoort, Circulation Director; FrankJ AUocca, Production anager. A6 FRDAY. JULY 5,983 'Here's extra ammo for your population control project' Pru and the economy There can be no doubt that the announcement Tuesday that Prudential nsurance Co. of America will cut,700 employee.positions under a national reorganization is a serious blow to the nation's and state's economy. Reason for the reduction in force is competition from banks, brokerage firms and other financial institutions, according to Robert A Beck of umson, riuucmiai 3 chaiiiimii nc also put high inflation and interest rates, as well as rapid technological advances among the changes in the business environment which prompted the move. Pru officials stressed that the business picture is not bad and that the reorganization is an attempt to streamline corporate operations and not a budgetary action for the company, which increased its policy sales by 25 percent during the the first half of 983. Joseph A. Vecchione, vice president in charge of public relations, said the move will cut operating costs by 50 million a year and will be accomplished as much as possible through early retirements and attrition. None of the eight regional offices will be closed, but the reductions will be realized through a realignment of work at'those offices. n keeping with a policy of fairness to employees, a retirement incentive program and a severence pay schedule have been developed for workers whose jobs are eliminated and who cannot t was rather sad to see the Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School Board of Education overreact recently to a story in the school newspaper about Planned Parenthood. The article, written by a student journalist, discussed some of the services provided by the onmouth County agency. The board president said the account "deals with serious subject matter in a frivolous manner." That is really another way of saying there are powerful forces on both sides of the sensitive issue in the two municipalities that make up the district - and do.^t reejc the bast. The -transfer to other regions of the country. ' onmouth County residents- can. breathe a sigh of relief in that the company's Holmdel office headquarters for Prudential Property and Casualty nsurance Division is expected to come through the consolidation practically unscathed. However, the sigh of relief cannot be extended northward since the Woodbridge regional.ofiicsi will lose WO positions, which will affect nearby areas of onmouth to some degree. The real story There is no way of knowing how many Woodbridge office employees will accept transfers to Fort Washington. Pa.; how many will opt for early retirement and how many win Be terminated. The Homdel office will, in fact, gain responsibility for the administrator) of claims functions, but the effect on the need for increased employees at the facility isn't know as yet. The most serious area hit is errillville, nd., where the duties of the,000 wroker office will be absorbed by the inneapolis office. Vecchione pointed out that Prudential will still employ 2,000 more workers in New Jersey that it did 0 years ago. t is New Jersey's fih leading employer with 5,000 workers of the 76,000 nationwide. t isn't so much the consolidation of efforts by the company that hurts, but coming at a time when the economy appeared to be taking a giant step toward improvement it is bound to hurt New Jersey's total economic picture. The number of actual job losses in the state may not turn out to be very high but with the eliminmation of positions, there will be less opportunity for college and high school'graduates as a result. The economists will be watching the Prudential situation closely and everone else affected by the cutbacks. The true impact sbou become clear in the months ahead. board always gets rather uneasy when controversial articles appear in the public or the student press. We hope the school's young journalists will not be silenced or intimidated by board members and that they will stand up to any attempt to draw a tighter rein on their responsible efforts to nform and educate readers. A student newspaper has a special, unique and important place in a high school community. t should serve as a dear mirror and an accurate minding board of what s happening there not as a public relations tool for the board orthesehse! Assad is on shaky ground By J A d ANDERSON WASHNGTON - Has Assad, the Syrian dictator whose intransigence has been the main stumbling block to the pullout of for eign troops from Lebanon, s actively conniving to depose PLO leader Yasir Arafat. Yet Assad himself is in a vulnerable position, according to secret ntelligence reports. Assad's enemies within Syria nclude senior army officers, the majority Sunn] oslems, elements of his Baath party supported by raq, toe oslem Brotherhood and even members of his own minority Alawlte sect. He stays in power through the naked repression of a 20,000-man security force run by his corrupt brother, Rifaat. Secret CA and State Department reports seen by my associate Dale Van Atta assess the threats to Assad's rule from his many enemies. Any one group has abundant reason to wish for Assad's ouster or assassination but whether any has the nerve and the skill to get rid of him is debatable. At 53, Assad has ruled Syria for 2 years; like his adversaries Yasir Arafat and Jordan's King Hussein, be is a survivor. Here's the intelligence rundown on Assad's opposition: oslem Brotherhood: This radical slamic group has been Assad's roost obvious rival, but Rifaat's tank-equipped "defense companies" decimated the brotherhood. They began with an attack on several hundred of ts members in Hama in February S. Rifaat's thugs then went on a two-week rampage in the city that reportedly le 20,000 dead. Sunnis: "As Syria's first non-sunni oslem president, Assad has always had to contend with opposition from the country's predominantly Sunni population," the CA reports. "To placate the Sunnis, he built a team of technicians and economic planners drawn from the educated Sunni elite, (and gave) many Sunnis highly visible and ostensibly important government posts." Although these posts included the defense and foreign ministries, "the Sunnis remain effectively cut off from real power and are resentful of the domination of Assad's small Alawite sect ' Baath Party: Assad has stacked the JACK ANDERSON Syrian Baath Party with Alawites, but "some members, and doubtless some military officers as well, would be willing to support an raql-spooaored coop attempt against Assad," the CA predicts. The raqi and Syrian Baath parties have long been at odds, and Baghdad maintains ties with exiled Syrian BaathiSU n Beirut and - Alawites: Even this minority oslem sect U divided into four tribes and four religious subdivisions; in other words Assad s a member of a minority within a minority. "Dissident Alawites confront two choices," a State Department report explains; they "can either remain united with Assad and fight to the last Alawite, or (they) could take it upon themselves to dean out their own community.'' ' uch of the Alawites' anger centers on brother Rifaat, whose venal ways offend the devout and who is held responsible for the 972 murder of a respected Alawite leader, uhammad Umran The army: Assad's most serious opposition, according to the CA, has been among senior military officers. At least 90 officers were believed to have been involved n an abortive coup attempt n January 862 To counter the threat from the military, Assad keeps several senior officers under close surveillance and arbitrarily dismises or imprisons the most suspect as "an obvious warning to others." The State Department notes that Assad has tried generally to "dominate the military by personally clearing all promotion*, transfers and rstiraroeats ' He also seems to believe that no coup will be attempted at long as an external threat from srael remains - which helps to explain Assail persistent efforts to sabotage any overall peace proposals, i Despite the indjvidaal strengths of tke various opposition groans, AS?should not be counted oat. As tke CA points oat: "Assad is s skilled political operator who would be difficult for even the most determined opponents to outmaneuter." And he always has his brother to put the fear of Allah into his enemies. Or doss he? Last August, Rifaat bought a million estate in Potomac, d., a ritxy Washington suburb. Was he getting ready for s sudden ^TNAiifWsSACHE: President Reagan is supposedly the champion of private charity and small-town America, but his budget director, David Stockman, doesn't seem to have gotten the message. He wants to cut more than half of the J79 million subsidy Congress has proposed for second- and third-class mailers. Stockman reportedly believes that the mail subsidy primarily helps so-called "junk mailers" and nationally distributed newspapers and magazines. But this is just not so. ike Ferrell, staff director of the House postal affairs subcommittee, points out that these big mailers pay the full cost of their mailings. Hardest hit by Stockman's proposed K79 million subsidy cut will be private charities, small newspapers and educational publications - all of them already groaning under rising costs. "t would have a devastating impact on almost all non-profit organizations," Carolyn Emigh of the Non-profit ailers Federation told my reporter Tony iller. Without the federal subsidy, charities' postage rates would go up 83 percent. The arch of Dimes, which now pays more than $6 million for its annual mail solicitations, would have to pungle up another $4 4 million. Small-town papers' mailing costs would go up 6 percent. For some, this may mean the difference between surviving and going out of business. Hunger can be slow suicide By J BSHOP " look forward to the day," Nikita Khrushchev wrote, "when a camel will be able to walk from oscow to Vladivostok without being eaten by hungry peasants on the way." assive hunger is slow, silent suicide. t's a time when laughter stops. There was a time, in the days of the imperial tsars, when Russia grew enough food to feed its people and sell the surplus abroad. Since the revolution of 97, the Soviet Union has never had a government which comprehended farming and food. t was iron-headed Josef Stalin who decided to collectivize all farms and force the growers to work for the government. This excuse the pun went against the grain. Farmers who found that they couldn't sell what they grew on a free market became shiless. t is a big country with S3 republics covering one-sixth of the globe. They speak different languages; have different customs. As Paul Johnson pointed out in odern Times, arxism is esssentially an urkan ralinip.. Poser ifl rentered in. the cities The European Russians control,the nation. They run the secretariats of all the republics. They man the presidium. n spite of all kinds of optimistic plans, the farmers in the outlands grow less and less grain and less and less beef. There is a sensation of ultimate ptwer in controlling a huge army and being surrounded by satellites as a safety belt. The Russians have a big, modern navy and a multitude of shiny missiles. Somebody forgot bread. The 903 harvest was the first of the horrors. Just the first. Starving peasants complained that J BSHOP they -had to *»»» '"»'"S tn Tflw to. lulrf in line and buy bread and eggs. Khrushchev waved his arms helplessly and asked how this could happen aer almost 90 years of Soviet power. n 973, the situation became worse. The party hierarchy said the shortages were due to drought, bad harvests and floods. No one farms back to the farmers. At the time, there was more land under cultivation in the Soviet than anywhere else in toe lorid. t is almost as though the Russians, having conquered and enslaved the nation, turned their eyes outward to the rest of the world and were either disinterested or ignorant of domestic problems. n time, they were buying S million tons of grain from the United States. This pained the leaders to the bone because they cannot conceive of a capitalist nation which can prosper. Hate is not a harsh word to describe their feeling toward The harvests of Poland began to falter. Romania could barely feed its own. Bulgaria produced a small surplus. ran, raq and Afghanistan required more and more time to grow less and less. ndia imported rice. ndonesia stopped selling t. n the mid 970s, grain surpluses could be found only in the United States, Western Europe, Canada and Australia The Soviets had to buy from these or starve part of its people. They couldn't eat missiles. The United States, in the administrations of Nixon and Ford, refused to use food as a bargaining chip Ford said that t is not American policy to use "food as a political weapon..." So we gave the Russians long-term credits at low nterest rates awl thty bimghl Thtst find WE Wit lowest rates. A Canadian, known to Paul Johnson, suggested a cartel of grain producers consisting of the United States, Canada, Australia and Western Europe. Food would be used to bargain with the oil nations. The notion was declined without publicity. '"-' - "-?.?.'.? r.jt!ir. Tfetei has a lassitude about starvation. f a province has a poor harvest, the central government tries to hide it. They have. billion people to feed. f a million die of hunger it doesn't come to one percent of the population. The goverment is trying to cut the population by ordering couples to have, but one child. There is punishment for having more than one. Extra infants are sometimes drowned at once. Someone said that the next war will be over food. t's possible. Whoever starts it better begin with a full stomach or face massive desertions... A turbulent term of court By JAES J. KLPATRCK WASHNGTON - t turned out to be a blockbuster of a court term aer all. By the time the Supreme Court called it quits last week, having handed down 50 formal opinions, court observers were le with, an unsettling question to ponder: How "conservative" is this putatively conservative court? The answer, as always, depends upon how "conservative" is defined, but this much is clear: Some funny things are happening up at the forum. To think of a "conservative" justice is to think in terms of strict construction of the Constitution. A conservative would have a decent respect for toe doctrine of "stare decisis," which involves adherence to precedent. A conservative also would respect the doctrines of comity, which imply accommodation to the views of Congress sod of the state courts; and a conservative would be careful never to let his personal prejudices affect his view of the law. But in the term of court, "strict construction" came in various degrees of relaxation, stare decisis was BOW invoked and now discarded, comity was a sometime thing, and personal convictions (such as the view* of Brennan and arshall on capital punishment) were all over the place. t is not easy to describe as "conservative" a court that reaffirms a right to abortion, strikes down 200 federal statutes in a single swoop, undermines the last few pillars of federalism, and flgurstivsly iaritss every convict who feels his sentence li excessive to go back to s federal coart far one mere try at freedom. The term started slowly. TV- court's first opinion cams down on Nov. S. t wasn't until arch that we had anything of much significance to write about; the *wrt U exina federal auerimlbstiob JAES J. KLPATRCK laws to embrace a retiring game warden in Wyoming, and n the process le toe states more emasculated that they were before. Another lull set in, to b* broken by the case of Bob Jones University on ay «. The final six weeks saw ote startling decision aer another. 'll be atting on some of these cases as the summer wears on. n recent years wf have fallen into a neat little inexact habit of classifying the nine justices in three wsys: Three conservatives (Barger, Rehnquist and O'Connor), three liberals (Brennan, arshall and Blaekmun), and three centrists (Powell, White sad Stevens). The ju.rjr., d«t«st this Josraalbtlc eat! fkation of species, but the practice has served the rough purposes of prediction and analysts. nl9bs,ltbecsji»»«jfiosntthatamlld -. >- Tii Kas^lissaaaaksssiaVA tmtk i-mtkatw st QPBsri X 9m ffraipw. OR rblswr riai of frttoor* Hlwylnlmtto»» op. ^mt ABBS^ sv^^sbbfekaswsv skssaal sfva^iww^ asraut ssalesw sgraadonlyttasfelttl^dsagreedu times n W O, antt some of those 9 divided votes ware ehttesj to dscoo of the case. The court's two mdst steadfast morals, i sad ars&au! sj» aiw <&a tar mony rating fall in the term just ended. n the term they parted on only six occasions; this past term they split on 7. Even so, the liberal bloc of Brennan, arshall and Blackmun nek) firm in dissent in 2 cases; by contrast, the three conservatives joined in dissent out eight tunes. Justice Stevens increasingly demonstrates his independence. Of the 02 opinions by a divided court, he was in dissent 43 tunes; in the preceding term be dissented but H times. arshall was the tarn's champion dissenter, with 49; be was on the winning side in only three of the last X cases decided by the coart. The justices split 9-4 in X cases; their judgments, if not their opinions, were unanimous in 4. These figures are about par for recent terms. We saw souls' stisging criticisms hurled by dissenters against their colleagues in toe majority, but except for several of Brennan's waspish remarks, lbs level of civility remained high. n the days of Frankfurter. Douglas sad Black dissenting opinions could get truly churlish; there is not so much of that now. So far as ws know, all nine justices are in good health, though Powell looks thinner than ever. By the end of the year, ** of»' nine will be over 7» years ofsgs.bat noon of retirement are few and i<fc^ni The court contlnnss to have the* recants*. problems tsat evoke criticism from us bar and from the law schools: t is taking too many cases; tke justices aiw sprsadsssj * «+ - notably nihisjsf- are ilnanmng tttsir urtltotel al esrgies i sssssek s is e» srcus as a dtsss from a refusal to gnat We've bad a hutulent term of oosrt. t will take all smuper to sort osttasprs bis roassqasness of what lbs esart hat

7 OBTUARES John R. iller, 65; former Howell clerk HOWELL - John R. iller, 65, a former township clerk, Hied onday at the Centro edico del ar Clinic in Tiajuana, exico He was a lifelong resident of the area, and lived on ain Street n the Adelphia section. r iller retired in 978 aer 30 years as the Howell municipal clerk. He also was a member of the township Planning Board. He was a former board president and member of the Betkesda United ethodist Church; a former treasurer, secretary and 47-year life member of the Adelphia Fire Company; and abounding member of the Howeil Township Youth Organization. He also was a member of the Howell Township Elks Club and the Knights of Pythias. Aer r. iller retired, the state Senate adopted a resolution in his honor. ^*"» Surviving are his wife, Carol E. iller; two daughters, argaret. uller of Pine Beach and Jaclyn. Carter, here; three step-daughters, Debbie Sue Hanna of Sacramento, Calif., Veronica Formosa, here, and Kelly Lang of Freehold, and nine grandchildren. The C.H.T. Clayton and Son Funeral Home, Adelphia, is in charge of arrangements " Catherine R. Votapek PNE BEACH - Catherine R. Votapek, 75, of Lincoln Avenue, died yesterday at Point Pleasant Hospital, Point Pleasant. rs. Votapek was bom in Hartford, Conn, and lived in Bound Brook before moving here two years ago. Her husband, the late Louis Votapek, died in 962 ' - Surviving are two sons, Robert L. VoUpek of Oregon and Allen Votapek. here; a daughter, rs. Cathleen Sajor of Freehold Township; three sisters, rs. Elizabeth Liekefet of Edward Bruntz, 90; GOP committeeman DDLETOWN - Edward Bruntz,, of Fairfield Avenue, Belford, died Wednesday at borne. He was born in Jeney City, and lived in iddletown for the last 96 years. Before his retirement in 86, he was a machinist for the Bendlx Corp, Eatontown. He was a member of the Union Local 47. He was an emempt fireman of the Oceanview Fire Company, Leonardo. He was a Republican committeeman for the Brevent Park section of Leonardo., His wife, the late Georgianna Brvntz, died n 975. Surviving are two sons, Edwin Bruntz of Whiting. and George Bruntz, here; a daughter, rs. Anna Roen of Lake Hiawatha; eight grandchildren, and six great-grandchildren. The Scott Funeral Home, here, is in charge of arrangements. Rebecca ary Yackulich, two-week-old infant, dies ATAWAN- Rebecca ary Yackulich, a twoweek-old infant, died Wednesday in onmouth edical Center. Long Branch. " She wa» burn i» Long Branch. Surviving are her parents, John Yackulich and ary. Young, Levine Drive, atawan; a brother, Jeremy John Yackulich; her paternal grandfather, John Yackulich of Woodbridge, and her maternal grandparents, r. and rs. Harold Young of Freehold. The Day Funeral Home, Keyport, is in charge of arrangements. Erleng 'EarT Jacobsen DDLETOWN - He was also a member Erleng "Earl" Jacobsen, of the Raritan Lodge 367, FRDAY, JULY The Daily Roister A7 Freehold parade threatened (continued) the parade committee $0,000. Another vital factor to the parade's continued existence would be finding a sponsor. Carr said. An advisor to the committee has asked the Western onmouth Chamber of Commerce if it would consider sponsoring the parade, and Carr said, "f the Chamber of Commerce picks it up, it'll probably be able to continue." The question will come up before the chamber's executive committee meeting next month, Chamber President Joseph Gilpin said. But "we're very busy with a lot of things," he noted. "We don't know if we're able to fund and give manpower to the parade." "'m just afraid that we're losing it," Carr conceded with a hint of disappointment in her voice. "t bothers me quite a lot. t's a beautiful parade and it's unique." Robert N. Ferrell, director of the county Heritage Committee, also would like to see the chamber sponsor the parade. "t's stronger when you've got an organization with a reputation (backing it). Although the parade always has attracted onlookers to borough streets, the parade this year conflicted with the Battle of onmouth' reenactment at Battlefield State 56. of Harmony Road, died East Keansburg, and the Staten sland, NY., rs. Park in analapan. Both events yesterday at home aer a nternational Association Anne cpherson of Bound were held at p.m. long illness of achinists and Aero- Brook and rs. Dorothy He was born and raised 8pace Workers, Ferrell admitted that he had Wallace of Arkansas; 2 in Elizabeth, and lived in Surviving are his wife, grandchildren, and two Roselle before moving Elizabeth Dunn Jacobsen; Edith Leadbeater great-grandchildren. here 35 years ago. two sons, Kenneth WALL - Edith Lead- Schubach, here; three The Higgins emorial beater, 80, died Wednesday sons, Keith Leadbeater of Home, Freehold, is in at Jersey Shore edical Howell Howard A charge of arrangements. Center, Neptune. heater Finkbohner of Barnegat; a EJorn in Elizabeth, she ^ (., brother. Lester Jacobsen lived many years in Eaton-, lab technician for General Aniline and Film Corp, of Dunellen; three sisters, town before moving 7 Eatontown, and eight Linden, retiring in 966 af Agnes Ford and Jennie years ago. grandchildren. ter 22 years with the com- Tonnensen, both of Whitt _i w% A. K_ She was the widow of ing, and Ruth Etheridge r^» ' j o Earl A. Leadbeater, who The Robert A. Braun died in 964. Home for Funerals, Eaton- Herbert W. Widner CHATHA - Herbert W Widner, 74, died Wednesday at his home here. r. Widner was bom in ontclair and had lived here more than 40 years. He retired in 973 as the manager of the actuarial department of the Prudential nsurance Co., Newark. He worked for the company for 40 years. He was a past Grand Knight of the Parcells, Council 2086 of the Knights Ellen H. Pease KEYPORT - Ellen H. Pease, 85, of 04 Green Grove Ave, died yesterday at Bayshore Community Hospital, Holmder She was born in Keyport, and was a lifelong She was a communicant 202 Death Notices JACOBSEN - Erm (e.ri). W J» of Hirmonv HO. id dwown. on July 4. l «Balov KuKund of EHlaDatn Dunn DtvoUd lallr 0» Ktniwm, Brian Jil JNH»ll'foiv»ni«V.*Rutt Earlt" tlallvn frltmtt ara ratsachullv nvnad to attend tunaral wrvlcti on on. at 0 a.m. n tha JOnn F. Pllagar Punaral Horna, S Tall.. lddwoan. N J nformant ount Ollvat Camatarv, idaialown. vmtlng Sat 4 Sun., -4».m. of Columbus, here. He was a World War veteran. Surviving are his wife, arie Cahill Widner; one son, James W., at home; one daughter, rs. Karen Britton of Eatontown; one sister, rs. Florence Kelly of Pine Beach, and two grandchildren The William A. Bradley & Son Funeral Home, here, is in charge of arrange menu. l v of St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church, here. Her husband,, the late Lester R. Pease, died in 969 Surviving are five sons. Donald Pease of id- William A, P»p.» and Walter Pease, both of here, 'Harold Pease of atawan, and Edward L. Pease of West Keansburg; a brother, William English of Rome, NY.; a sister, Agnes Cawley of Freehold, ii gi cinov mi, ami seven great-grandchildren. The Bedle Funeral Home, here, is in charge of arrangements. pany. He was a U.S. Navy veteran of World War. He was a charter mem- North Carolina, and five grandchildren. The John F.PflegerFuber of the Sons of Norway, Lodge 466. Keansburg. Theresa E. Buck FREEHOLD TOWN- SHP - Theresa E. Buck, 79. of Burlington Road, died Tuesday at Freehold Area Hospital, here rs. Buck was bom in Lakewood and had resided here for thtf las^65 years. She was a member of olly Pitcher Chapter No. 98. Order of the Eastern Star. She also was a member of the onmouth Correction TOS RVER - Among the survivors of rs. Arthur V. Weldon, here, who died Wednesday, is a daughter, rs. ary Shally of iddletown. Her name was given incorrect- -j Ui UiL _Li;L _, '..!-!. appeared yesterday in The Register. The John E. Day Funeral Home, Red Bank, is in charge of arrangements. neral Home, here, is in charge of arrangements. Surviving are a daugh- town, is in charge of arter, rs. Eleanor S. rangements. Ralph Resignato UNON BEACH - Ralph Resignato, 50, of Clark Avenue, died yester- Grange No. 92, here. Surviving are her husband, Edgar Buck; her day at Bayshore Community Hospital, Holmdel. son, Richard J. Buck of Born in New York City, Howell; her daughter, he lived in East Keansburg before moving five years rs. Nila T. Brown of East ago. Brunswick; six grandchildren, and eight great- He was a veteran of the Korean conflict, and a grandchildren. member of the South Amboy chapter, Veterans of The Freeman Funeral Home, Freehold, is in Foreign Wars. charge of arrangements. Lotteries TRENTON 3*«-witK ning number drawn Thursday in New Jersey's Pick- t Lottery was 632. A straight bet pays $252, box pays $42 and pairs pay (25 The Pick-4 number was 2658 A straight bet pays».,».'.»» -.»- K,,u $86.50 The Pick-6 numbers were 02, 07, 08, 6, 23, 28. The bonus number was asked the parade committee "to move it up a week to avoid this conflict." Carr also said the Heritage Committee had "pressured" her committee to bold the parade on July 4. But the parade traditionally has been held on the last Sunday in June and the Fife 4 Drum Corps would not have been able to make the July date, Carr explained. The parade always has bqpn held on a Sunday because Unoriginal battle was fought on a swday, she added. Lehrer to fight parole continued) impact of the crime and the indications that Hawley was not ready for release. The second session was requested by Hawley to rebut the prosecutor's interpretation of the evidence, particularly Hawley's record of alleged infractions behind bars. Lehrer said. The parole board informed Lehrer of its decision July 6, but gave the prosecutor no reasons for releasing Hawley. The board yesterday again refused to inform Lehrer of its rationale, but offered to postpone Hawley's rel«at< if the prosecutor could present more evidence to support its position, Lehrer said. n arguing for a temporary stay of Hawley's release, Lehrer offered four main points: The board has refused to specify its reasons for granting Hawley's parole. Hawley is a danger to society, and his release poses a risk of "irreparable harm" to the community. Surviving are three sons, David Resignato of South Amboy, Ralph Resignato of rvington and ichael Resignato of Union Beach; a brother, Paul Resignato of Washington, D.C., and two sisters, Ada Fucci of Valley Stream, N.Y., and Rose Ormsby of onisonville, NY. The Day Funeral Home, Keyport, is in charge of arrangements. John Van Kirk -Son ONUENTS UNCFT AUSOLEUS ONUENTS LETTERED CEANED 85 COOPER RD.. DDLETOWN (on H is it Hltddont Corn;) The board abused its discretionary powers by acting arbitrarily and capriciously. To support this assertion, Lehrer pointed to Hawley's prior record, the "heinous" nature of the Pascucci murder, his inability to adjust to previous terms on probation or parole, and the "pattern of alleged serious disciplinary infractions" Hawley reputedly committed n prison. The punitive aspects of Hawley's life sentence had not been fulfilled. Ycitsripy'fj aoplicatipn made by Assistant Prosecutor William J. Zaorski and heard by Appellate Division Judges orton. Greenberg, John L. Ard and ichael P. King. "t seems to me against the public interest to say that a person should be presumptively paroled unless somebody proves he's likely to commit another crime," Lehrer commented. Ann D. Hummer KEYPORT- Ann D (Lany) Hummer, 69, of Beers Street died Wednesday at JFK Hospital. Edison. Born in Perth Amboy, she was a resident here for six months, and formerly lived in Cliffwood Beach. She was a retired clerk for the Aberdeen Township Tax Office and retired in 979 aer 2 years of service. She was formerly a receptionist for Dr. J.J. ann, Perth Amboy. where she had been employed for 5 years She was a communicant of St. Josephs Roma" Catholic Church. Keyport. and was past president of the Altar Rosary Society. She was also a member of the Keyport Senior Citizen's Club. She was the wife of the late Jesse Hummer, Keyoort. who died in 972. Surviving are a son, Stephen A Lany, Somerset; a daughter, Theresa Corcoran, Hazlet, and a stepson. Robert J. Hummer, Keyport Also surviving are three brothers, Edward Seaman, Perth Amboy, John Seaman, Port Reading, and George Seaman, South Amboy; two sisters, ary Roman, Barnesborough, Pa., and Susan Seaman, Perth Amboy. and 0 grandchildren. The Day Funeral Home, Keyport, is in charge of the arrangements. John E. Day FUNERAL HOE 85 Riverside Avenue Red Bonk r QiniiN niredoc._ LOOK THE RGHT LABEL THE RGHT PRCE linxirmnnijrrnii^e EN'S SPECAL SALE! Designer Cotton Slacks Belted Style S 2" (Compare to $30.00) Famous aker Shorts $799 (Compare to $ 5.OO) *KCU.U: TlwPlJ jhjrmon uomr.ht*t*u. «:No CA

8 A8 The Daily Register FRDAY, JULY 5,983»9 Reals** Otlteatai* m Rea ak 4 BOND ORDNANCE OVO NC FOP. THE PURCHASE Or PUBLC WORK! EQUPENT FOP. THE BOP.OUOH OF SHP.EWSBUP.Y. N THE COUN- TY OF ONOUTH. NEW JEP.SEY, APPPJOPP.ATNG THEREFOR. AND AUTHORZNG THE S- SUANCE OF ff.o.00 BONOS OR NOTES OF THE BOROUGH FOR FNANCNG SUCH AP- PROPRATON. BE TOBPANEOBYTHE BOROUGH COUNCL OP THE BOROUGH OF SHREWSBURY, N THE COUNTY OF ON- OUTH. NEW JERSEY inert nl tlwi hvo-thlros H w n > membors thereof affirmatively concurring, AS FOLLOWS: Section. TN mprovement DetcrlbeO n Section 3 el thl> bond ordinance t hereby authorlied at a general mprovement to be made or ecqulred by the Borough ol Shrewsbury. n the County of onmoutn, New Jar- FT- ror maj H K improvvmvni or ourpo ital in u Section j, trwrt la hereby ewrotxl.tod th» mm ttf tio.ooo oo. turn twine ncluslvt of til pproprlatron* rwrttofor* mad* ttwrctor -nd trv cludlna ttw uim 0* $ at th» (town pavmtnt tor tiki mprevam«nt or purpot rtqulrsd bv l*w and now available thertfar bv virtue of prevltton n a budaat or Dudeett of ttwborough trtr vioutiv adoptod. Section 2. For the flrwktf* of takf mprovtnwnt or p u r w and to meat tht pan of 0, eppropflatton not»r» vided for bv apptkattan haraunder of said down oovma, iwgotlabte bonds of the and harabv fimerlratttcbf. uiad n principal amount of pursuant to and wluun the llmltatlont prescribed n ttw Local Bond Law of New Jenevcontttiuting Chapter ] of Tltw 40A of the New Jtrwv Statuf n anticipation of the (nuance of said bonds and to temporarily finance said improvement or pur PO, negotiable notes of the Borough n a principal amount not exceeding sf.soo 00 are hereby authorlied to be ssued pursuant to and within the limitations Prescribed bv said Law. Section 3. (a) The mprovement hereby authorized and the Purpose for the financing of which said obligations are to be issued s the purchase of Public Works equipment, all as shown on and n accordance with plan* and specifications therefor ore* pared and on file n the Office of the Borough Clerk and hereby approved. (b) The estimated maximum amount of bonds or notes to be issued for said purpose t 9.U0.O0 (c) The estimated cost of said purpose is t , the excess thereof over the said estimated maximum amount of bonds or notes to be issued therefor being the amount of the said down payment for said purpose Section 4 A bond anticipation notes issued hereunder shall mature at such times as may be determined by the chief financial officer; provided that no note shall mature later than one year from ts date. The notes shall bear nterest at such rate or rates and be in such form as mav be determined by the chief financial officer The chief financial officer shall determine all matters in connection with notes issued pursuant to this ordinance, and the chief financial officer's signature upon the notes shall be conclusive evidence as to all such determinations. All notes ssued hereunder mav be renewed from lime to time sublect to the provisions Of N J S.A DA 2- (a) The chief financial officer is hereby authorized to sell part or all of the notes from time to lima at public or private sale and to deliver them to the purchasers thereof upon receipt of payment of the purchase price Plus accrued interest from time to time to the date of delivery thereof. Tht c,hltt financial officer S directed to report in writing to (he governing body at the meeting next succeeding the date when any sale or delivery of the notes pursuant to this ordinance - it-made. Such-report must nclude the amount, the description, the nterest rale and the maturity schedule of the notes sold, the price obtained and the name of the purchaser. SeUluii 3. The capital hdtet OK NOTUOFTHtlOOUSH FOR FNANCNG SUCH AP- PROPRATON. BE T ORDANED BY THE BOROUGH COUNCL OF THE BOROUGH OF ihswsbury. N THE COUNTY OF ON- OUTH, NEW JERSEY (not lest than two-thirds of all the members ttwreof affirmatively concurring!, AS FOLLOWS: Section V The unoravomant erited Section of nit be made or acquired bv the Borough of Shrewakury, n tke County ol oamoutn. Ne» Jarlav For the»ald mprovement or purpose staled n le Sec an i. there i hereov eopreorlaled me lum of SOOB. laid w m being me halve ol ail assrwrlalions heretofore made therefor and ncluding the sum af.4 wo 00 at ttwdown payment tor said mprovement ar nureaaai reewlrod by law and now available therefor bv virtue of provision ki a budget or budgets af the Bereue* previous- > of the Boreugf. karat-* mttwlaed * be swoa m arukll amount af X Ha wt/wt tt and w» Local Band Law of New O D cowtejinw C*air af rme a»a of *w New Jeney statutes, m antktttte* of the ttt»e»ce at te banda ana la wm- ii T U».Wi l t >!! notes * the abjrawbh m a prlnctaei amount net eiceedlnej. U'Ua*.9>erehert*veythorlnd to be issued pursuant to and! wtthta me llmnahons prescribed by ta-d La* Section l (a) The improvement hereby authorlied and the Duroose for the financing of w*kh said obugattons are to be issued is the acquisition of a parcel of land known as the eacham Tract designated as Block 30. Lot ts and Block 30. Lot 303 on the Official Tax ap of (he Borough of Shrewsbury, and consisting of approximately S.tS acres, all as shown on and n accordance with plans and specifications therefor prepared and on file n the Office of the Borough Clerk and hereby approved. (b) The estimated maximum amount of bonds or notes lo be issued for said purpose s SJ3.S00.00 (C) The estimated coot of said purpose s ww.ooo oo, the excess thereof over the said estimated maximum amount of bonds or notes to be ssued therefor being the amount of the seld 6, down payment for said c. Fora variance, from buffer are* ribtrtriwwjii**, wherem an ailstlna three foot buffer an the north tide of the property shall continue, w H i r a i feet are raoulred.end D. For any and all ether site Plan detail* ar waivers necetterv to permit the eperatle ef a retail llouer stare n the existing builna. located an the subject AH partt wishing te be nearo reggfjrglno) said eeeiicouon mav inair at the time and mace let forth herolnabeve. and they will be give* an opportunity to data. A copy of t application end ani era on lia at Die Birmgll Hall.» eimvttl Street. *.ed Bank. Now Jeriey. a may be lpac bv ma puk during regular bualneo* noun. ZAOER. FUCHS. LECKSTNtCAUFF. Attorneyi (or the Anallcanti Bv: CHAEL N.LCKTN July Sr.es NOTCE PLEAS! TAKE NOTCE that Ernest. and Dorothy K. Light have (lied application v/ui the Pie* Bank Planning Board for Site Plan Approval and van encos la admin renovation and ullllielko at the promises known ei imshraajoha-v Avenue, Red tank, N.J. and alaa known ai lock 7, Lot 7 on the Ta«ae ol lia boroug* lor Business ourpotet on the ground floor and floor. The Planning Board will hear nit metier an onday. July. tan. P... at the unicipal OWWnj; JJ PWBV* VvaJ n *ejejtl. Dad Bank. N.J. T property t n the Bullnm Zone and applicant! rgaunt, the lamia] nrrtamw'.' From Sacllan H., (inimum Lot Area) where 0,000. t. t regulred and en- lllng property hai 5,000 W.t. From Settlor, J-» U.Cn mum Lot Width) where 00. i reaulrad «nd there an eilrllng ion. Form Section ij-to». E,» - < inimum unaccuptasj umm Ut<mi **mn if* to ra*»irad aa n tnaat*!#*% aatwttjavx»rem SactJaatJt. 0 - (Off Straot Portia*) svkara t ar mar* rt roaulrad and eorlilno ""fiiuli Ftil'l a* H* em*. the Secretary el k* Ptpnnlna Board el the unicipal Offfcae at» onmeutti Street, Rod Bar*. N.J. our o hours els a.m. te t Neon en Tuesday tnroua* Thursday en a weekly basis. You may appear at e above and stale voc mealing and at* «l«g nut i LA.B.ECOUE PAP.SONS CAPPELLO Attef mn PJr Awllcgnrl By: TUlUlrl D. Paraana Jr Far the Firm Oalad: July t, <B> July S O0.H NOTCE O«HBAP.N0) PLEASE TAKE NOTCE thai att Restaurants nc. hai made aaplkatlon ta no Planning Board at the Borough ol Red Bank for minor me plan approval and bulk variances n order to construct an addition to the presently existing restaurant Ȧ hearing will be held bv the Planning an) on July. at :00 P.. el the unicipal Building, n onmouth Street. Red Bank, New Jersey. All relevant plans and document! are on Hie with the Secretary of the Planning Board and mav be reviewed during normal business hours at the unicipal Building, onmouth street. Red Bank, New jersey. The location of the property s at the corner of Highway #5 and orford Place, also known ai Block 4A, Lots 5, tt, HA, S and 27 on the Tax ap of the Borough of Red Bank. All those tnivrvsieo in ine luufi appi'if**- tlon are nvited to attend. ABRAOFF.APY. FOXZARO Attorneys for Applicant t«e. Front Street Red lank. N.J. 077»i By; OARYE. FOX Dated. July. lisa July S.4 PLEASE TAKE NOTCE that a> the Udavgf July. al the Red Bank unicipal Build- jf Jergev»the FTa«wwjafj Baard will hold a hearing an the aaplkatlon of the undersigned at weh time and place all toopporensttss* head. Sa mooting wm take place at : The lecellen al the premises n euestlon s lacat n the Central Business Zoning gaekict Black ok Let, end mere commonlv knawn a* inmliilr. ixsassixss xsassxs ijonal wee permit m a mined use variances: Wrfrwwyn L m lev w*o^n^ nia*, side yard setback. open space, maximum floor area ratio, and parking The proposed use s for the construction of a budding containing a retail print snap, amce aogca. a dwelling units. A copy ol said applketkm and documents are on lia with the Clerk ef t Planning Board and mav be nspected during her Dullness hours bv all nterested parties prior to the meeting. Arthur Graeamon and Loll Grossman Applicants 2 Wonrtvouth St. Red Bank, N.J. July S lisas PUBLC NOTCE Please Take Notice that an the 7th day of July, tan at the fled Bank unicipal Building, a onrrkh/tn sireei. nty i>en*\. New Jersey, the Board af Adjust ment will how a hearing on the application of the undersigned, at which time and place all nterested parsons will be given an opportunity to be heard. Sa "inn. will i*fc«piaiv > i.ji p.m. The location of the premises n question is n the CD Zoning District, as shown on the tax map, Biocl A, Lot 20, and more common * known as East Front Street. Wd Bank, NJ. The/applleant s teefclno. a variant* for the purpose of reingsh^ All aatwwwial ra aa#ikahan may t d i t h l r wict»dirythapu.cln of the Secreksrv gr the the aaasmant of D* unich _ Building during her regular hours. ABP.AOFF, APY, POXa/lARO Atlarnavi tar Rabort R Etnar. Bv Chester Apv July, tl July U 23 Lf9 rtr) NOTCE B noti ii B notice that the following decision were dven al the Baard al Adjustment regular meeting held July, SO) The resolution al Bacakel, properly lecated at lit Branchpert Avenue, knawn as wockin let i was adapted which denied the applicant/ request te convert the dwelling nto a four family unh. The raoolulliii of tantgaolla.. property kxatod at PaoH Avenue, known as blk 7 was can raauest ss canvert the aamine en* family dwolllnd nto a ' The resolution of l, ated iltiiv.., -'enceurt Avenue wes adopted which the bulk variances ro- " l aaollc.p kt -«n. The reeolutlan of Williams, lecatod at 7* t^a*a^a4as^bkaaam aata,» _ * * * wei uwim Piece, Known as btocn as lot 7 was adopted. The applkatlam of C*la and Fall vans has been carried to the September J. i*n a**o of the Board of Adlutlmont, J5 J3X2?$.yi 5 the Board of Adluatmant located at 44 Broadway. Lota Branch. N.J. during regular business hours. V Order af: Paolo 0. Peeno Board ol Adjustment Chairman July S SS. RELGOUS ACTVTES ATLANTC A team from Taw Challenge, Rehrentarg, Pa., will appear Sunday at p.m. Young men who formerly were of the Borough of Shrewsbury s nerebv amended to conform with the provisions of this ordinance to the extent of any nconsistency herewith. The resolution n the form promulgated bv the Local Finance Board showing full detail of the amended capital budget and capital program as approved bv the Director of the Division of Local Government Services is on flit with ttw Clerk : ;. bis tiw*!sr ^uu inspection c Section 6. The following matters are hereby determined, declared, recited and stated: (a) The said Purpose described n Section 3 of this bond ordinance s not a current expense and s property or mprovement which the Borough mav lawfully acquire or make as a general improvement, and no part of the cost thereof has been or shall be specially assessed on the property specially benefited thereby. (b> The period of usefulness of said purpose, within the limitations of Section 40A-2 of the said Local Bond Law and according to the reasonable life thereof, is five years. ' (c) The supplemental debt statement required bv the said Law has been duly made and filed n the Office of the Borough Clerk and a complete executed original! hereof has been filed in the Office of the Director of the Division of Local Government Services, in the Department of Community Affairs of the State of New Jersey, and such statement snows thai the gross debt of the Borough as defined n Section»A 7-43 of said Law s increased bv this bond ordinance bv 9, and that the said obligations authorlied bv this bond ordinance will be within all debt limitations prescribed bv said Law. (d) Not exceeding $, on account of nterest, engineer- ng and nspection costs, legal and accounting expenses and the cost of ssuance of said obligations, as defined and authorized bv Section 40A :Q of said Law s and shall be charged as a part of the cost of said purpose to be financed bv the issuance of said l l Section 4. All bond anticipation notes ssued hereunder shall mature as such times as may be determined bv the chief financial officer; provided that no note shall mature later than one year from its date. The notes shall bear nterest at such rate or rates and be n such form as mav be determined bv the chief financial officer. The chief financial officer shall determine, all matters n connection with notes tsued pursuant to this ordinance. and the chief financial officer's signature upon the notes shall be conclusive evidence as to all such determinations. All notes ssued rtereunder niav be renewed from time to time sublect to the provisions Of N.J S.A A 2-e (al. The chief financial officer s hereby authorized to sell part or all of the notes from time to time at public or private sale and to deliver them to the purchasers thereof upon receipt of payment of the purchase price plus accrued interest from their dates to the date of delivery thereof. The chief financial officer s directed to report n writing to the governing, body at the meeting next succeeding the date when any sale or delivery of the notes pursuant to this ordinance s made. Such report must nclude the amount, the description, the interest rate and the maturity schedule af the notes sold, the price obtained and the name of the purchaser. Section S. The capital budget of the Borough of Shrewsbury s hereby amended to conform with lo the extent of any nconsistency herewith. The resolution n the form promulgated bv the Local Finance Board showing full detell of the amended capital budget and capital program as approved bv the Director of the Division of Local Government Services s on file with the Clerk and s available there for public inspection ^ T l! Section 7. The full faith and credit of the Borough art hereby pledged to the punctual payment of the principal of and nterest on said obllgetlons authorized bv - this bond otdtoanco, Sei&obilgatlons shall be direct, unlimited obligations of the Borough, and the Borough shall be obligated to lew ad valorem taxes upon the taxable property within the Borough tor the payment of seld obligations and nterest thereon without limitation of rate or Section. This bond ordinance shall take effect twenty days aer the first publication thereof aer final passage, as txovlded by seld Local Bond Law. NOTCE THE FOREGONG OR- DNANCE WAS NTRODUCED at a meeting of the Borough Council of the Borough of Shrewsbury on July. «B3 and will be further considered for final passage, aer PUWC hear no. at a meeting to be held by the Council at Borough Hall, 4* Sycamore Avenue, Shrewsbury atlpm.onaugustl.sej. artenehotall Borough Clerk July S W.S OTCB BONO ORDNANCE PROVD- NG FOR THE ACQUSTON OF A PARCEL OF LAND KNOWN AS THE EACHA TRACT, DESGNATED AS LOCK 30. LOT tt AND SLOCK 30. LOT ll«on THE OF- FCAL TAX AP OF THE BOROUGH OF SHREWSBURY, AND CONSSTNG OF AP- PROXATELY S ACRES. N THE BOROUGH OF SHREWSBURY. N THE COUN TY OF ONOUTH. NEW JERSEY. APPROPRATNG U J n THEREFOR, AND dared, recited and stated: (a) The said purpose described n Section 3 of this bond ordinance s not a currant expense and s property or mprovement which the Borough mav lawfully acquire or make as a general mprovement, and no part of the cost thereof has been or shall be specially assessed on the oroperty specially benefited thereby. ' (b) The period of usefulness of said purpose, within the limitations of Section 40A 2-22 ol the said Local Bond Law and According to the reasonable life thereof, s forty veers. (c) The supplemental debt stetement required bv the said Law has been duly made and filed n tht Office of the Borough Clerk and a complete executed original thereof has been filed n the Off lefr of the Director of the Division of Local Government Services, n the Department of Community Affairs of the State of New Jersey, and such statement shows that the gross debl of the Borough'as defined n Section 40A:2-43 of said Law s ncreased bv this bond ordinance bv 33,50000 and that the said obligations authorized bv this bond ordinance will be within all debt limitations prescribed bv said Law. d) Not exceeding 7, on account of nterest. engineer- ng end nspection costs, legal and accounting expenses and the cost of ssuance of said obligations, as defined and authorliad by Section 40A: J-20 of said Lew s end shall be charged at e part of the cost of saw purpose to bo financed bv the ssuance of said obligations. Section 7. The full faith and credit of tht Borough ere hereby ollged to the punctual payment of the principal of and nterest on said obligations authorlied by this bond ordinance. Sa obligations shall be direct, unlimited oolloatlons of the Borough, and B hll bo pallbtlad t oa the Bo ahall b oug, a pallbtlad toth ug a B low ad valorem taxes upon the taxable property within the Borough for the payment of said obligations and nterest thereon without limitation of rate or amount. Section This bond ordinance shall take affect twenty dayt aer the first publication thereof, eer final passage, at provided by said Local Bond Law. NOTCE THE FOREGONG OR DNANCE WAS NTRODUCED at a meeting of the Borough Council of,tha Borouofi of Shrewsbury on July, iau and will be further considered for final postage, aer public hearing, at a moating to be held bv the Council al Borough Hall, <t Sycamore Avenue, Shrewsbury etio m. on August!, U ariano Hotallng Borough Chirk July S l*s.a AUtHOnTTiironnr» 7 ' SUANCE OF, BONDS NOTCE PLEASE TAKE NOTCE, that on onday. July 5. O. at»:00o.m., at the torouon Hall, a onmouth Street. Rao) Sank. New Jeriev, frit andarslowod snail appear on benelf at rvine and Ellen Cotenaff, contract purchors Btack»?, Let n-a. Before the Red Bank Plannlno Board, for the U *porovals: A. Prellmlnery and final site plan approval as lo Block V. Lai n-a, for the operallon of a retail liouor store; For a variance as te onsite oarklnf so as to oarirjl 4 parking spaces whereas r i art g QmlBB Chape! A..E. Or. J. Gordon Henry, preiident of Nortbeaitern Bible CoUege, Euex Felli, will co-duct a prayer emlnar tomorrow from»:j0 a.m. to 4'p.m. at the chapel. DDLETOWN Leowarfi. Baptiat Vacation Bible school will begin onday and continue each weekday through July» from «:W a.m. to noon. Clatac will be offered for children from three yean of age Uuough sixth grade: New life Pretbyttriaa The Rev. Al Spangler, will preach at the 0:46 a.m. service on Sunday Nursery care s provided. OCEAN GROVE Great AatUtoriun The Rev. Dr. Harold L. Brook*, lenior minister of the Pint Baptist Church n Syracue, N.Y., will make his fourth visit to Ocean Grove, preaching at the 0:0 a.m. and 7:0 p.m. services on Sunday. OwgregaUoa Bui srael.n. Joan Kuskin will deliver the sermonette tonight at the 8:30 service. Services beein tomorrow at 9 a.m. Services for Tishea B'av will be onday at 8:30 p.m. and Tuesday at 8 a.m. SHREWSBURY Presbyterian The Rev. Dr. David uyskens will preach on.'gpund. of Silence" at the 9:30 am, servictfon Sunday. RELGOUS SERVCE \ ASSEBLES OF GOD FRST ASSELT Of GOD, SHREW5URY Rev. John Fergason, Pastor, 220 Sycamore Ave., Shrewsbury, a.m. Sunday school, Sunday services a.m. and 7 p.m. Wed. 8p.m. BAPTST COTS NECK APTST CHURCH erchants Way. Colts Neck. Bible study 9:45 a.m. Sunday workshlp services a.m. and 7:00 p.m. Wed. prayer service 7:00 p.m. Fully graded music program. Royal ambassadors & mission girls in action for pre-schoolers through high school youth 7 p.m. Wed. Rev. John Upton, Pastor, FRST APTST CHURCH OF RED ANK aple Ave. at Oakland St. Church School 9:45 a.m.. Worship 6:45 and a.m. Wednesday idweek Service 7 p.m. idweek Prayer and Bible Study 8 P.m., Pastor Edward VanderHev, Associate Pastor art in W. Bovee, FRST APTST CHURCH KEY.PORT Rev. Kenneth Scovell. Sunday School 9:30 a.m. orning worhsip 0:45 a.m. Evening study, 7:30 p.m. Sunday NEW ONOUTH APTST CHURCH cnerrv Tree fair H & WHW Umouth Roads. New onmoulh, Rev. Donald N. Scolield, Pastor, Sunday school for all ages 9:30 a.m. orning Worship, 0:45 and 7 p.m. eve. service. Wed. prayer 7:30 p.m. FRST APTST CHRUCH OF LOttC RAHCH Prayer eeting. Wed., 8 p.m. senior chior rehersal, orning Worship, 9 a.m., for summer. TRNTY EPSCOPAL CHURCH RED ANK 65 West Front St., Sunday Services 8 and 0 a.m. Wednesday Holy Eucharist and Service of Healing at 0 a.m. Rev. Kenneth Aldrlch, Rector; Rev. Charles Sakln, Associate Priest, ST. JAES, LONG RANCH 300 Broadway, Long Branch The Rev. Geoffrey Collis, Rector. Sunday ass 8 a.m. and 0 a.m., Tuesday 7 a.m. ass, Wednesday 9:30 a.m. ass and inistry of Healing. ST. THOAS, RED ANK Corner East Sunset and Bridge Ave., Red Bank, Rev. Terrence Rosheuvel, Sunday 9 a.m. Holy Eucharist Church School 9 a.m. Sunday. TRNTY CHURCH, ATAWAN Rvers Lane (off Bt. 79) Rector Rev. Charles D. Ridge, D. in. Beginning June 8 until July 3 Holy Eucharist, (Sung) Saturdays at 5 p.m., Holy Eucharist, (Said) at 8:00 a.m. Sundays Beginning August 7 Holy Eucharist (Said) at 8 a.m. and (Sung) at9:30a.m. Sundays. ST. ARK'S PARSH, KEANSURG Carr Ave. & Kennedy Way, Keansburg, Sunday Services & Church School, 9:30 a.m. Rev. Bro. Charles itzenius, o.h.r.. ST. ARY'S CHURCH 0 East Front St., Keyport Holy Eucharist Sunday 8 a.m. & 0 a.m. Sunday School 0 a.m. Wed. Holy kuenarl5( 6::>U a.m. & v a.m. Rev. Ludwig. Weinrich. GREEK ORTHODOX KSS TS THEOTOKOU, HAUFT»iJ. Beer St., Hazlet, N.J. Divmt cm/sundavsthool 0 a.m. Greek School 3:30-5:30 Tuesday and Thursday Father GerogeG.H. Dounelis. *. 0D FRST CHURCH DDtROWN Established n 688, 69 Kings Highway, iddletown Village. An ecumenical fellowship. s full communion with the United Church of Christ (Congreatlon) and the American Baptist Churches. Church school sool and the service of worship begin at 0 a.m. Nursery available. Revs. Geoffrey and Ruth Ann oran, CHRSTAN SCENCE FRST CHURCH OF CHRST, SCENTST RED ANK 2 Broad St., Red Bank. Church Services & Sunday School-Sun. 0 a.m. Wed. Eve. 8:5 p.m. (Nursery available Sun. & Wed.) Reading Room, 22 onmouth St., Red Bank, on. Sal. 0a.m. to4:30p.m. NTERDENONA TONAL UNTED CHURCH OF CHRST 0D FRST CHURCH DDUTOWN Established n 688, 69 Kings Highway, iddletown Village an economical fellowship, in full communion with the American Baptist Churches and the United Church of Christ. Church school and the service of worship begin at 0 a.m. Nursery available. Revs. Geoffrey and Ruth Ann oran, EPSCOPAL All SANTS, NAVESNK Corner ol Navesink & Locust Ave., Nawesink Rev. H. R. Sorensen, Rector, Sunday services 8 and 0- a.m- CHRST CHURCi, DDUTOWH 92 Kings Hwv., iddletown Village, *". Sunday Eucharists, a.m. Holy Eucharists Service every Wed., ary's Chapel. (With inistry of Healing). ST. JAES', EATONTOWN 69 Broad St., East of Boro Hall, , ; Summer Services: Saturday 5:30 P.. Vigil Eucharist; Sunday, 8 a.m. Eucharist, 9:30 a.m. Sung Eucharist & Nursery; Wednesday, Noon, Eucharist and Anointing of the sick. All welcome. CHUST CHUtai, SHRWSURY JEWTSH CONGREGATON NTH SHAO 86 aple Ave., Red Bank Saturday morning services 9:5 a.m. Rabbi Joseph Fishman, Hebrew School - Adult Ed. - Youth & Adult activities. Hebrew School Sunday morning 0 to 2 a.m. Tues. aernoon 4 to 6 p.m. ' LUTHERAN Broad (Rt, 35) at Sycamore. Summer services, Sundays 8:00 and 9:30 a.m. Visitors welcome. ST. GEORGrS-Y-THE-RVER, RUSON Waterman and Lincoln Avenues Sunday 8 a.m. Holy Eucharist, 9:30 a.m. Holy Eucharist : S a.m. orning Prayer and Sermon except tst Sunday of each month - Holy Eucharist. ST. JOHN'S EPSCOPAl tiwkh Little- Silver Point Road. Sunday Eucharist at 8 a.m. (Rite ) and 0 a.m. (Rite ) Church School at 0 a.m. ' Rev. Ronald P. Jaynes, Rector. KNli Of klngs LUTHERAN CHURCH Cherry Tree Farm tv Harmony Rds., iddletown. Sunday Worships a.m., 0:45 a m William anson, Pastor LUTHERAN CHURCH OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD iddletown aha Crawford's Corner Rds.. Holmdel. Sunday Services 8:5 a.m.; 9:5 a.m. Church School/Confirmation class at 9:5 a.m. Nursery provided tor 0:45 service. Holy Communion on st and 3rd Sundays of month.. HOY TRNTY, RED ANK 50 River Road, 74-92(. Summer worship and Sunday School, 9:30 a.m. Word and Sacrament every Sunday. Nursery provided. Wed. worship and communion, 7:30 p.m. Rev. Dominic Sclbllla, Pastor, lunur OB Al juthhan OWtO TNTOwFAUS 88 Tinton Ave., Tfnton Falls, day Worship, 9 A.. ETHODST st tjntb avnost UNSS "ACARCOtRKATOr Church Sf Sunday Worship 9:30 a.m. Nursery provided. Rev. George C.Reid. Jr ST. JOHN'S UNTED ETHODST CHURCH 2000 Florence Avenue, Hazlet, N.J Between Hwvs. 35 and blocks from Exit 7 Garden State Parkway. Sunday Worship Services 9:30 and a.m., Norman R. Rlley, Pastor. CHRST CHURCH UNTED ETHODST FAR HAVEN 300 Ridge Rd., Fair Haven, n the beautiful F.H. Fields, Rev. Charles. Williams, Pastor, ; *. orning Worship 9:30 A.. Holy Communion Service first Sunday of each month. EURY UNTED ETHODST CHURCH UTUE SLVER Church St., Rev. Carole E. e- Callum, inister or Sunday Church Service 0 a.m. Nursery and Child Care. DDETOWN UNTED ETHODST CHURCH 924 iddletown-lincro Road, iddletown, N.J., ; Rev. Richard L. Wilson, Pastor; Sunday Worship Service; 0 A.., Nursery provided; :05 A.., Church School Classes for all ages. UNTED ETHODST CHURCH AND FRST PRESYTERAN CHURCH 76 Wyokoff Road, Eatontown, N.J. Summer Worship, 9:30 a.m. Rev. David Ourlsman, Rev. Alan Schaefer. UNTED ETHODST CHURCH, RED ANK 247 Broad St., Red Bank, 8:30 a.m. Hair Centrrtunieni in chapel. 9;306V a.m. in Sanctuary. Sunday School 9:30 a.m. David N. Cousins, Pastor Gregory Young, Associate. aiorie Squire, Parish visitor, EFQRD UNTED ETHODST CHURCH Corner of Church St, & Campbell Ave. Belford, N.J. Donald W. :.,;-,!,--r. rst-jsss, SafltfH School 9:30 a.m. with classes for nursery through adult. Worship Service at :00 a.m. with a nursery service provided. Join us and let us extend to you our Right Hand of Christian Fellowship. NON- DENONATONAL OCEAN VEW COUNTY CHURCH LEONARDO Kenneth Gamble, Pastor, Appleton and Burlington Ave., Leonardo, Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Sunday services, a.m., 6:00 p.m. Wednesday Bible and Prayer eeting, 7:30 p.m. CALVARY CHAPH 20 Port onmouth Road, Port onmouth, at Bayslde Way and Park Avenue. Rev. Richard L. Shaw, pastor.' Sunday School 0:80 a.m. Worship, :00 a.m., Youth eeting, 7:30 P.m. Praise, 7:30 p.m. Prayer and Bible Study, Wednesday 8:00 p.m. Home Bible Studies in various communities on weeknlghts. Call for information. AYSHORE COUNTY CHURCH "The Church for all People" 85 Ocean Ave., East Keansburg, N.J Worship :00 a.m. Sunday School 9:30- a.m. F. Raymond Coulder, Pdbtui. LNCROFT HUE CHURCH 790 Newman Springs Rd., Llncrofl (across from Brookdale College), Rev. James H. Persons, Pastor, or Sun. Services, 9:45 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. Sun. Bible School, :5 a.m. Wed., 7:30 p.m. Bible Study and Prayer eeting. KN6S HGHWAY FATH FELLOWSHP 44 emorial Pkwy. (Hwv. 36), Atlantic Highlands. Pastor Ben Ragusa, Co-pastor Rose Ragusa. Youth Pastor Phil Raynis. Sunday Service a.m.. Youth night Wed. 7:30 p.m. Guest Evangelists, Bible Teachers, Gospel usic Groups every Friday at 7:30 p.m. A Word of Faith Teaching Church , J ONOUTH CHRSTAN CHURCH Rt. 79 Across from Vanderberg Rd., arlboro, N.J., Sunday Bible hour 9:45 A.. Sunday worship at ' A.. and 6:0 P.. Wednesday at 7:30 P..; New Testament, instrumental worship. Nelson J. Greene Jr., Evangelist * or CHRST ORC UNTY Of ASY "The Church of the Dally Word." 403 3rd Ave., Asbury Park, N.J Sunday service and Sunday school: A.. ' AERDEEN CHRSTAN CENTER 63 Cllffwood Ave., Aberdeen TWP. Sunday Worship 0:45 a.m. Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Sunday evening worship 7 p.m. Pastor: Daniel Gentile ' SALVATON ARY 20 Riverside Ave., Red Bank. Sunday School for all ages 9:45 a.m. Sunday services a.m. and 7 p.m. Captain and rs. William Carlson. ETHE H U E CHAPEL RVER PLAZA W. Front and Applegate Sts, River Plaza, Red Bank. Sunday Lord's Supper 9:30 a.m. Bible Hour and Sunday School a.m. Evening service 6 p.m. Wednesday prayer and Bible study 8 p.m or PENTECOSTAL CHURCH OF GOD 4 Fourth Ave., Long Branch Sunday School 0 a.m., service a.m. & 7:30 p.m. Wed. Family Training Hour 7:30 p.m. Friday Prayer eeting 7:30p.m. Rev. Richard Worsley, Jr. PRESBYTERAN j ATLANTC HGHLANDS PRESYtAN CHURCH 3rd & E. Highland Ave Summer Worship, 0 a.m. Nursery Care provided. Rev. Guy il lard FRST PRESYTERAN AT RD ANK Tower Hill, Harding Road, Red Bank , Dr. Gerald S. ills, Senior Pastor, 8 a.m. patio service, 9:30 a.m. Worship & Church School. Dlal-A-Thought FRST PRESYTERAN AT RUSON Park AHA And f- Riupr Rnaii U4'/-U42v. Sunday worship services 9:45 a.m. Nursery available. Church school for all ages, 9:30 a.m. Rev. Foster "Skip" Wilson. UNCROFT UNTED PRESYTERAN Everett Road and West Front Street Worship and church school at 0 a.m. Rev. Nancy Hicks. NEW LFE PRESYTERAN CHURCH gailk eeting at the Village School, 45 Kings Why, iddletown. Bible Study Hour 9:30 a.m. nspred Worship 0:45 a.m. (Nursery), Weekly Prayer & study Groups. Rev. Al Spangler, Pastor PRtSYTBAN OHJtCH AT SHEWUURY 352 Svcamorr AVP... Shrewsbury, Sunday service 9:30 A.. Nursery available. Doctor David P. uyskens. THE WESTNSTER PRESYTERAN CHURCH 94 Tindall Rd., iddletown, Rev Harian C. Durfee, pastor. Sunday Service 0 a.m.; Nursery 0 a.m. Sunday School 0 a.m. Dial-a-edi tation REFORED REFORED CHURCH OF DET0WN Service of Worship at 0 a.m.» Kings Highway, iddletown Rev. William W. Coventry. REFORED CHURCH OF TNTON. FALS 62 Hance Av«., Tinton Falls, Rev. Arthur W. Landon, Pastor orning Worship 0 A.. Nursery and Sunday School 0 A.. SEVENTH DAYADVENTST 609 Dutchess Ct., Toms River, N.J , Pastor Gerald Chapman, Tuesday evening Bible Class, a.m. Worship Service Saturday, 9:30 a.m. UNTARAN RRSf UNTARAN aaakaaaajkama,, ONOWTH COUNTY To hkluwt your etweh or svt> cast t U T.

9 FRDAY.JULY Lifestyle Tte Daily Register A9 O'Connor finishes term with feet on two sidewalks By ELLEN GOODAN Two year*ajo, when Sandra D«y O'Connor was Dominated as tht ttrtt sister to join The Brethren, Reagan called her a "person for all seasons." The political commentators, OD the other hand, called bar "a person for all nuooi," She was a two-ter. a conservative and a woman. Now Justice Sandra Day O'Connor has completed her second term at the court with * remarkable finish: She walked down the middle of the road with one foot on each sidewalk. n the Court's closing week, O'Connor cast the swing votes in the Norrls pension case. First she agreed with one quartet of justices that pension plans can't pay smaller monthly benefits to women than to men. Then she agreed with the other quartet of Justices that this decision should not Pons will head Lions PAR HAVEN - Don Pons, Red Bank, owner of Don Pons' Jewelers, Fair Haven, was nstalled president of the Fair Haven Lions Club at a meeting in Truffles, here. Frank Perry, Long Branch, past district governor was (be installing officer. Awarding the president's pin was ichael Paster, Fair Haven, of the N.J. Bell Telephone Co., mmediate past president Also installed were Pat orreale, first vice president; Harvey Tilton, second vice president; Prank Friscia, third vice president; Hugh Blake, secretary; Ray iller, treasurer; Bill Danowitt. tail-twister; John addaus, Don tamer; Tom Bond and Roger Wright, two year directors, and John essier and Joe Sacco, one year directors. Pons has been'a Red Bank resident for 5 years. He s a member of Retail Jewelers of America and the National Association of Watch and Clock Collectors. He has received his 20- year pin from Dance asters of America and served for four years as director of (he New York City Chapter of Dance asters of America, which he currently serving a second term as sergeant-at-arms and it chairman of the Examinations Committee for Ballroom Dance. He s a director of the Dorothy Pons Dance Company. i be retroactive, that equality would start from today. As Judith Ucbtman of the Women's Legal Detente Fund reads it, "She gave us half a loaf." And this is, in many ways, a decent summary of the First Woman's first two years on the beach. O'Connor has sliced the legal bread on her table in in ntriguing way. n most cases, O'Connor voted with conservative Justice William Rehnquist. ndeed their nickname, 'the Arizona Twins" could be changed to "the Arizona Siamese Twins." She voted with conservatives on the death-penalty ssues, and on many civil-rights issues. She helped narrow the standard for class-action suits and agreed that a plaintiff had to prove an employer's "ntent" to discriminate. Finally, in the longawaited abortion case, she wrote the minority opisioa that put her squarely in the anti-abortion camp. But on issues that were narrowly defined as sei discrimination, O'Connor broke ranks. Her very first Supreme Court opinion, in the Hogan case, ruled that the nursing school of a public university could not be closed to men. Next she ruled that employees as PONS PNNED Don Pons of Red Bank, right, owner of Don Pons' Jewelers, Fair Haven, new president of Fair Haven Lions Club, receives the president's pin from ichael Paster, Fair Haven, immediate past president, at a meeting in Truffles, Fair Haven: well as students are protected from discrimination in most of the nation's colleges and universities. This year she agreed with liberals on the Court that employers bad to offer the same pregnancy benefits to spouses of male employed as to female employees. As Georgetown Law Professor Wendy Williams puts it. "t's remarkable how compartmentalized she is. n all areas she takes the view that states should prevail, except in one area: gender discrimination." There are a host of theories about why Justice O'Connor deserts the conservatives solely on gender issues. ost of them center on her own personal experiences. n a decidedly sheltered life, the only barriers O'Connor has faced are those marked "No Admittance to Women." - One classic tatt haiajwn told ut& retold about O'Connor. Having been graduated from Stanford Law School third in her class, she was refused a position in every major law firm n Southern California except one. They offered her a job as a secretary. t's also clear that her ambitions in conservative Arizona were limited because of her sex. Since moving to Washington, O'Connor, an avid golfer, has let it be known that she would like to join Burning Tree Club, a private club to which other Supreme Courf justices belong. The club has'not yet admitted a single woman. (You let one female Supreme Court Justice in and you'll have to let them all in.) Beverly Cook, a professor of political science at the University of Wisconsin at ilwaukee who has been studying women jildges for the past six years, analyzes Justice O'Connor thh-wyr- "t -seems -to me that she understands quite fully those things which make it difficult for women of her class and position higher education, insurance. But pensions aren't very helpful to housewives or the poor." n general, women's-rights advocates agree that O'Connor is "about as good as you could have gotten out of this administration," but there is disagreement on how much she's likely to change. Cook sees her as "becoming increasingly isolated from other women. She needs another push, but t's unlikely she'll get it now that she's on the Court." On the other hand, a highly respected woman judge has said, "This is a warm, generous person. Give her a couple of years." Time is one thing you get in Justice O'Connor's job. Enough time, it's hoped, To find the other >.a!f of thcloafc. Best not use employees, students as subjects in sexual experiments Dear Ann Landers: am a School wrestling coach who your help. am a homosexual and have never been with a girl. y two female aides are very good-looking. They both have made passes at me and it s apparent what they have n mind. Neither one knows about the other and they have no dea am gay. So far have been successful n fending them off. But am having a difficult time because they are aggressive and sexy. am very much tempted to try them out. The problem: am engaged in an affair with one of my wrestlers. don't want to hurt him by taking oat a girl. No one suspects that be and are lovers. aybe am bisexual, and aer trying out the women might decide to take the straight route. Please tell me what to do. Plenty Bugged n Oklahoma Dear Okla: For openers, you should not be fooling around with a student or with girls who work for you. Since you suspect that you might prefer women, suggest you attempt to clarify your gender identification with a female who has no connection with your livelihood. Dear Ann Landers: You have printed several letters from children who have felt guilty about neglecting their parents. Always yoa have urged them to pick up the phone and call, assuring them the folks would be thrilled. What happens when the shoe li OB the other foot? Five years ago i ANN LANDE was 22 and dating a divorced man. had a fine job, owned my own car and life was terrific. The man of my choice was highly successful la his field, treated me beautifully and we got along extremely well. Bat my folks didn't like him and said had to make a choice. Well, chose him. From that day on they considered me "dead." have made several attempts to re-establish communication, but they have slammed the door in my face, and down goes the telephone receiver when they hear my voice. They are getting older and am heartsick. Please print my letter. aybe other parents who have shit a child out of their lives will see t and pick up a phone. Now A rs. Who isses Her Folks Dear Lonely: Your letter is a heartbreaker. hope and pray it produces the cali you have been Sun's inviting rays can cause serious burns,.,,,, -,- """'ftf* :v: ;~ " * *!"^vysreiv?ttfemsdsfsiis»r n?"y?"p"** <l u«««t.n»ni«i» «<»- on ^..» ^r niforanpn nt th» ujtamin B2 was one of the iropor- Gradual increases to the time of velop a false sense of security about skin tant reasons for tms condition. The comforting but blazing sun is exposure to the sun enhances the fun toe protection they offer and tempt oderaton implies safety. There are many other elements pouring its generous warmth on us. and feeling of well-being without the fate by taking large doses of sun in this complex blood condition And soon many of us will luxuriate unnecessary pain. Remember, too, from the very beginning. ANEA CONTROLLED which strangely seems to occur in sunbathing which without moderation brings on another severe the sand or the sea even on a mild, the possibility of developing skin markable disease with a re- of 50 and in those who live in tem- that when the sun is reflected off of any readers write to me about Pernicious anemia is a re- mostly in white people past the age sunburn, the pain of which we may cloudy day, the intensity may be cancer by overexposure to sunlight. markable history. When this unusual blood condition was first dis- t is astonishing that today not a perate climates. have forgotten since last ye v. great and cause severe burns. Deliberate overexposure to the rays of cancers can develop as a result of covered more than 00 years ago, it single person with pernicious t is generally accepted that skin Overexposure to the sun's rays causes real burns that can do severe the sun at midday is particularly long and deep-penetrating sunburn, was called Addison's anemia. And anemia should be incapacitated if damage to the skin and underlying hazardous. Covering the eyes is especially in fair- skinned people in almost all instances, it was fatal. the condition is found early and tissues The bums that occur may most important because the delicate tissues that cover the eyeball thousands of people who expose urphy broke through the scientific ulously liver, once a discarded food, with little pigment. Yet there are n 926, Dr. inot and Dr. treated intensively. Almost mirac- vary from first-, second- and thirddegree burns that are no different can be burned and damaged by the themselves sensibly to the sunlight barriers and found that pernicious was found to be effective in the from those caused by fire dr electricity. They can be just as painful Protective creams and lotions lems. t is wise, therefore, to follow of one of the important factors in Vitamin B2 given at regular in- intensity of these ultraviolet rays. without developing any such prob- anemia was caused by a deficiency control of this disorder. and. incapacitating. t is for this can be very effective but they do not the advice of one's doctor if there is the juices of the stomach. Later it tervals in addition to a highly reason that sun tanning must start keep the skin from burning when it present the slightest suggestion of was discovered that a deficiency of nourishing diet supplemented with waiting lor and many others. t's always later than we think. Dear Ann Landers: y uncle is 2, going on 4. His continued irresponsible actions are an embarrassment to the entire family. Gary got a girl pregnant when he was 7. His mom paid for an abortion. They broke up and went their separate ways. A year later he got another girl pregnant. She had a miscarriage and he dumped her. The following year he did the same number.. This time he and his p.g. girlfriend rented an apartment and went on welfare (neither one had a job). A baby girl was born four months later and they got married n that order. Gary is qow 2 and has moved his wife and child in on his mother. We feel it is not her responsibility to raise and support this lazy bum and his family. What can be done? Embarrassed Family n Ohio Dear Family: Nothing So long as ama will house and feed these human sponges, they will continue to soak up the f reebies. t's up to her to decide when she has had enough. Are your parents loo strict? Hard to reach? Ann Landers' booklet, "Bugged By Parents? How to Get ore Freedom," could help you bridge the generation gap. Si SO cents with your request and a long, stamped, self-addressed envelope to Ann Landers, P.O. Box Wi Chloaao,, <OS» YOUR HEALTH iron and minerals has kept people alive with pernicious anemia. There are few greater scientific achievements than the control of this once fatal disease. Dr. Coleman welcomes questions from readers. Please write to him in care of this newspaper. Powdered cleansers slowly grind away tub's finis DEAR HELOSE: What would yoa advise for cleaning a porcelain enamel tnb? The sarface of mine has worn off and has a axil appearance, but otherwise, it s in perfect shape. We use a powdered cleanser which doesn't seem la solve the problem. -Nora Lyons Actually, powdered cleansers compound the problems and are the cause of the dull appearance in the first place. As have oen said, NEV- ER, NEVER, NEVER, use an abrasive or caustic cleanser of any type on jour bathtubs, whether they be porcelain or fiberglass", or on your sinks, counter tops or shower walls! While you may see no harm being done at the!time, you are really slowly grinding away the finish End can eventually remove it, causing the dullness you mentioned. Antiques show starts tomorrow ASBURY PARK -Some 70 antiques dealers from several state, will display their wares at the Second Annual Antique and Collectible Show, put on by Geoffrerf Genoveae Antique Shews, Shrewsbury. Show bows wilrbe a.m. to 0 p.m.-tomorrow, and U a.m. to 7 p.m., Sunday. Among the items for sale will be glass, Oriental rugs, vintage clothing, wrought-iron bate, pottery, documents and books. Club to sponsor day at races JOCEANPORT- embers and guests of toe Channet Club, osmoutfa Beac, a private yacht and l dintaj club, will enjoy a club-sponsored t th«races' oa Tuesday, which will nclude a la the track's clubhouse and a post-race boor at the Channel'dob. A trophy will be! by!te C - *~. wtmwf of the festered irage sale set for tomorrow FAR HAVtiN - The RtlrJHaven Democratic Club Esabta-iu.''iw, tram 6g.a. to! 80*4. Since this has "already happened in your case, all you can do now is to replace the tub or have it refinisbed. Refinishing usually costs about $200 but be sure you deal with a reputable, established firm. Ask for references and also ask to see work they have done. Be sure too that the work is guaranteed. A refinished tub should be smooth as silk - not grainy, no thin spots or ripples and the edges of the tub along shower Walls and the floor should be tight with no visible signs of peeung. Once you have a new tub. ene either "for real" or refinished, the care is the same. Throw away all of your powdered cleaners yes, even those newer milder" abrasive ones and use only a foamy cleanser made for' bathtubs. Or. use a liquid dishwashing detergent to dean the tub. Clean t every day! Don't let body oils, soap residue and water minerals build up to the point where you have to scrub, scrub, scrub to remove them. Never was the fid HNTS FRO adage "an ounce of pre- CHANGE AKNG vention" more apropos Dear Heloise: This hint than when applied to '» for persons with poor household plumbing fix- eyesight who have a difhires. Hugs - Heloise '*«'«time distinguishing one coin from another of approximately the same sise. When making change. or yon are in a hurry, avoid mistakes by feeling the sides of the coins. Dimes and quarters have serrated edges, and pennies, nickels and quarters are thicker and larger, of coarse, than dimes. - rs. HJL Have a hint for Heloise? Send it to: Heloise, P.O. Box S2000, San Antonio. TX 7826 PLANT OSTURE Dew Heloise: To test the moisture of a potted plant, push a pencil an nch hand for a squirt of the or so into the nside edge of liquid onto baby's head, the pot. This leaves the other f the soil clings to the hand free to hold baby. - pencil, the plant does not T.V. need watering. Pauline Kleinschmit SAFETY TP Dear Heloise: keep the baby shampoo n a hand-soap plastic dispenser so it only lakes one SORTtl'SHORE SAVE YOUR BACK Dear Heloise: Just finished cutting out a dress on my kitchen counter top. No more backache! Jackie onteiro JULY 6 SATURDAY TCKLERS Extraordinary Values! by wait 'til AuguNt tor those so ailed Sidewalk Sales! e tbeaght we'd have little turn, so this Saturday oar treat and k porches) will he fluesl with xtraerdlaary valaesi that will ek y ear eeeks off: ina oar regjalar stock la men's ear, wesaea's wear, active wear, weatero, oaterwear. dry goods heaehgear. SATUAY ONLY OPEN St A.. 7 E. stiver. 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10 A0 The Daily Register Weekend USC THE RGHTEOUS BROTHERS - The Righteous Brothers entertain at Club Bene Dinner Theater, Route», organ, in two shows today. The first curtain is at 7:30 p.m. The second show begins at :30 p.m. There is an optional dinner served 90 minutes prior to each show. Appearing with the Brothers is the a capella group The Heartaches. The club should be contacted for reservations. "DON PASQUALE" - The etro Lyric Opera is presenting "Don Pasquale" by Donizetti. Performances are at 9 p.m. today and tomorrow in the Thompson Park Theater Barn, Newman Springs Road, Lincro James Reese of Eatontown is Dr. alatesta, and Nancy Ficuciello of Wall is Norina. Ticket information is available from program reservations at Thompson Park. FERKO STRNG BAND - The Joseph Ferko String Band is featured in concert at 8 p.m. tomorrow in the Great Auditorium, Ocean Grove. The concert is sponsored by the Ocean Grove Camp eeting Association, which should be contacted for ticket information. WATERLOO USC FESTVAL - Julius Rudel makes his debut with the Waterloo Festival Orchestra in a concert at 8:30 p.m. tomorrow at Waterloo Village, Byram. Pianist Byron Janis is the guest artist. The program includes works by Rimsky-Korsakov, Tchaikovsky and Prokofiev. Ticket information is available from Waterloo Village. THEATER "BLACK COEDY" - A British farce by Peter Shaffer, "Black Comedy," is being staged by the Fort onmouth Theater Group today and tomorrow, and July 22 and 23 in yer Hall Auditorium, Fort onmouth. Curtain is 8 p.m. for all performances. Tickets are available at the door. "A BEDFDL OF FOREGNERS The sex comedy-farce, "A Bedful of Foreigners," is featured at The Dam Site Dinner Theater, Tinton Falls. Performances are Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays through Aug. 7. Karen Lucia of West Long Branch stars in the FOLK ARTST Stephen Sanfilippo performs 9th century American folk songs and work songs of the workers of the ndustrial Revolution from noon to 4:30 p.m. Sunday at Allaire Village He performs on a variety of instruments, and his repertoire consists of traditional folk songs. n. -ctetfiny-"."' " " European* parts of North America. He is noted as an interpreter of history through folk music. Entertainment A "GOOD AN" Peter Szellga of Perth Ambov stars in "You're A Good an, Charlie Brown," being staged at 8:30 p.m. todav and tomorrow and 3 p.m. Sunday at the Guggenheim Theater of onmouth College, Long Branch. show, which is directed by Denis Lynch, and produced' by Kathy Reed. Reservations are necessary. "THE KNG AND " - The Community House Summer Players open this season with a production of Rodgers and Hammerstein's musical "The King and Performances are at 8:30 p.m. Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays through July 23 at the theater, 3rd and adison avenues, Spring Lake. "THE FANTASTCKS" - Backstage. Productions, in association with Bartholemew's Restaurant, atawan, is featuring "The Fantasticks" in a dinner theater Wednesdays and Sundays. Bartholemew's should be contacted for reservations. "THE SECOND TE AROUND" - A comedy by Henry Denker, "The Second Time Around," continues Friday and Saturday evenings through September at the Best Western Edison nn, Routes and 287, Edison. This is a dinner theater operated by Regal Productions nc. LECTURE, FL ARCHAR TRAVEL - Slides and discussion by Brooks and Annie Von An of Fair Haven on Nepal, Tiger Top and Kathmandu are being presented at 8 p.m. today at the Oceanic Library, Rumson. Admission to Armchair Travel Night' is free. Children under 4 must be accompanied by an adult. The program is based on a family vacation taken by the Von Arx family in December and January. F. SCOTT FTZGERALD Registration is taking place for "An Aernoon with F. Scott Fitzgerald." planned at Brookdale Community College, Lincro, from 2:30 to3:30 p.m. July 25. The seminar recalls the spirit of the 920s as portrayed by the jazz age author. Kevin Hayter, Biuukddle literature professor, traces the course of Fitzgerald's life from the roaring 20s to maturing later works. Brookdale Community Services, Lincro, should be contacted for registration information. CHLDREN hike make up a Whitetail Watch at 7:30 p.m. today at Tatum Park, Holland Road, iddletown. The program opens with a slide presentation on update deer and other furry animals found at Tatum Park. This is followed by a hike through the woods and fields in search of deer. Program reservations at Thompson Park, Uncro, should be contacted for registration for this onmouth County Park System-sponsored event. TURTLE RACE - The 9BJ Turtle Qualifying Race, sponsored by the omnmouth County Park System, takes place at 9:30 a.m. tomorrow at Shark River Park, Scboolhouse Road, Neptune. Registration is at 0 a.m. Post time is 0:30a.m. Land and water turtles will have a chance to race for ribbons and the coveted Turtle Cup. The grand final takes place at the onmouth County Fair at the end of July. SPECAL EVENTS LACE AKNG - The Visiting Craspeople program at Allaire Village, Allaire, presents demonstrations of bobbin lace making from noon to 4:30 p.m. tomorrow. This is the third summer show by the lace makers, rs. Gunvor Jorgensen and rs. Olive Reisch. ANTQUES SHOW - ore than 70 anuques ueaiegs from ihe East cuast are exhibiting at the 2nd annual Antiques and Collectible Snow tomorrow and Sunday at Convention Hall on the Asbury Park Boardwalk. _ Hours are a.m. to 0 p.m. tomorrow, and a.m. to 7 p.m. Sunday. JED ADVENTURE CENTER - Seaview Square all, Routes 35 and 86, Ocean, is the site of a Jedi Adventure Center. The three films of the "Star Wars" saga, including the current "Return of the Jedi," are featured n the free-standing exhibit. The center is open through Sunday. "FRO THS DAY FORWARD" - An exhibition of wedding attire, "From This Day Forward," continues through Sept. 25 at onmouth useum, Lincro. The exhibition llustrates the tastes, sentiments and social customs of 25 years, and presents more than 50 costumes. useum hours are 0 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday, and to 5 p.m. Sunday. FARHOUSE TOUR - Farm visitors may tour the Longstreet Farmhouse at Longstreet Farm, Holmdel, between 9 and a.m. Saturdays and Sundays. The farmhouse was opened to the public in June, and is operated by the onmouth County Park System. CENTENNAL COTTAGE - Ocean Grove's authentic seashore vacation borne of the 870s, Centennial Cottage, is open for tours. The home, furnished with period pieces, is open ondays through Saturdays through Labor Day. Hours are 0 a.m. to noon, and 2 to 4 p.m. The two-story structure, on the northwest corner of Central Avenue and cclintock Street, Ocean Grove, s considered a fine example of gothic architecture typical of the Victorian era. GARDEN STATE ARTS CENTER TODAY - "An Evening with Ronnie ilsap" is featured. Curtain is at 8:30p.m. TOORROW - Joni itchell presents a concert of folk rock at 8:30 p.nu ' There is no performance scheduled Sunday. FESTVAL RARTAN RVER FESTVAL - The Raritan Pillar PHwal tnlra«p)yi*» tmwn iwin n l-w w wn tomorrow at Boyd Park, New Brunswick. The free event is part of the iddlesex County Tercentennial. Water activities nclude canoe races, a float parade, ra races and a dinghy race. usic on two stages, and exhibits of arts and issec; phatsgrspfcy. peetry and JasSwy «* featured. Ethnic foods will be available The festival closes with a lighted float parade, a decorated boat parade, and a fireworks display. ON STAGE WTH LLER The amas and the Papas Join Rogei* iller for performances todav through Sunday at Harrah's Broadway by the Bay Theater. The amas and the Papas are featured with iller n two shows nightly. Ticket information s available from the Harrah's box office and from Ticketron. n Atlantic City CLARDGE - Nightclub entertainer Enzo Stuartl entertains in shows through Sunday. There is one show each night, except tomorrow when two shows are scheduled. Opening his shows is comedian Lou Cary. PLAYBOY - Debbie Reynolds entertains n two shows nightly through Sunday. RESORTS NTERNATONAL - Tom Jones is the star attraction in snows with George Wallace through Sunday. SANDS - Ann-argret is the star attraction in shows through Tuesday. TROPCANA Carol Lawrence entertains hi shows today through Sunday. CAPTVATNG CONNE Entertaining in debut performances at Caesars, todav through Sunday, is Connie Stevens. Opening the shows for this star of television, films and Roger and Roger. They boast a repertoire of more than 00 voices. / ART CALENDAR NEW FGURATVE AR- TSTS - An exhibit by Freehold Figurative Artists opens with a reception from 7 to 9 p.m. today in the Thompson Park Visitors Tenter, Newman Springs Road, Lincro. The works of 2 artists make up this exhibit which continues through July 24. Exhibit hours are 0 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily. The reception and the exhibit are free and open to the public. The exhibit is sponsored by the onmouth County Park System. COC ART - Cartuwis in painting and popular culture from 900 to the present make up an exhibit opening onday at the Downtown Branch of the Whitney useum of American Art, Federal Hall National emorial, 26 Wall St., New York. "The Comic Art Snow: Cartoons in Painting and Popular Culture," is an exhibition of comic strips and paintings. t continues through Aug. 26. ore than 80 works by 59 artists make up this show which exammines the transformation of the comic strip into a vital and uncompromised art form through the work of major comic strip arusts. Federal Hall National emorial is open from from a.m. to 3 p.m. onday through Friday. PCTURE ATTNG, FRANG - A lecture and demonstration on picture matting and framing takes place 8:30 to 9:30 p.m. Wednesday at Thompson Park Visitor Center, Newman Springs Road, Lincro. The program is sponsored by the onmouth County Park System. Program reservations at Thompson Park should be contacted for registration information. ODERN PRNTS - The useum of odern Art, W 54th St., New York, opens an exhibit of contemporary prints Thursday. About a dozen recently created works by contemporary printmakers such as Frank Stella, Jasper Johns, Peter Alexander and Ralph Humphrey are on View. The exhibit continues through Sept. 3. J (continued on next page) EORAL SHOW WNNERS rs. Henry Luhrs, le, presents awards to winners in the annual Henry Luhrs emorial Sea and Shore Exhibition continuing through Aug. 5 at the Guild of Creative Art, Shrewsbury. Receiving her third place award is Betty Skinner. Second place went WALL STADU Pretenfs THE"DUKES"GENERAL LEE Sat. July 6-7 P.. pfut THE 24th GARDEN STATE CLASSC A 200 LAP Open Competition odified STOCK CAR RACE (H»in d»t» - Sal. July 23) to ary Sheean, arid Tony Ventura won first place. An original seascape by the late Henry Luhrs is in the background. 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11 ART CALENDAR FRDAY, JULY 5,983 TheDaily Re«ivU.T A (continued) CLOSNG PEARL GALLERY - onmoutfai Count] watercolor artists are; among nine members of the New Jersey Water Color Society eihibittng at The Pearl Gallery,' (000 Route, Woodbridge, n a show continuing through Sunday. Representing this area are Pat Dews, Roberta Carter Clark and Betty Stroppel. AERCAN FOLK ART Newark useum is presenting a major exhibition of more than (0 examples of 8th amj 9th century painting, sculpture and decorative arts. "American Folk Art from the Collection" continues through Sunday. Newark useum, 49 Washington St., Newark, is open from noon to 5 p.m. daily. Admission is free. CONTNUNG SCHAVNO WALL SCULPTURES - An exhibit of wall sculptures by Patrick A. Schiavino continues through July:29 at tile onmouth County Library, Eastern Branch, Route 35, Shrewsbury. Also featured during July is an exhibit of photographs of Stonehenge by Arthur Kransky. The photographs are on display in the lobby display cases. BRASS RUBBNGS - Brigitte Wachs, Englishtown artist, is exhibiting monumental brass rubbings in the Little Silver Borough Hall through Aug. 8. Featured in this onewoman show are medieval rubbings from churches n Belgium, England and Germany dating from 289 to HO. The exhibit may be viewed during regular business hours, 9 a.m. to p.m. onday through Friday. NDONESAN ART - The Children's Room of the Red Bank Public Library has on display a collection of ndonesian art and handicras through the end of July. ncluded are coin dolls from Bali, a silver model, of a Toradja house from central South Sulawesi, and a clove ship from Am- Thi* fnufliflti is. fltl loan from r. and rs. David W. Opdyke of lddletown t may be viewed during library summer hours, 9 a.m. to S p.m. onday, Wednesday and Thursday, and $ a.m. to 5 pju. Tiie* day and Friday. The library is closed Saturdays during the summer. OLD WEST LONG BRANCH - n celebration of the 75th anniversary of West Long Branch, the borough's Public Library, Poplar Avenue, is exhibiting reproductions of old photographs of local residents set at the turn of the century. The photographs were enlarged by Charles H. aps. ncluded in this exhibit are 8th century maps which depict West Long Branch and surrounding areas. The exhibit continues through July; and may be ' seen during regular library hours, 9:30 a.m. to p.m. onday through Saturday, and 7 to 9 p.m. onday, through Thursday. PORCELAN ARTS - An exhibit of porcelain sculptures of Japanese inspiration is being presented at Drielle Ottrij Union Avenue, Brittle. This collection o( Japanese theme porcelain sculptures by the artists of Connoisseur of alvem was created for the gallery Each s a limited edition work. A Shogun warrior of pure porcelain, "Peony,' "Dancing Wings," "Eternity," "nfinity/ and "Finches n Unison," are each produced in a lira-, ited series of 0. UPTON'S ENGLAND - "A Touch of England" is the theme of a one-man show by Kenneth Upton op exhibit a\ the Adelphia Art Center; Route 54. Adejphia The artist is from Easher. Surrey. England.. The exhibit s dominated by watercalor landscapes. and pen and nk drawings of Shakespeare country. The gallery is opan noon t«4 p.m. Wednesday ART BY WLLNERS The current exhibit at the West End Cultural Center, Long Branch, features the works of four members of the Willner family. Among the family exhibitors is PEZZUTT AT SU-day and Friday, and noon T Rumson artist Santo Pezzutti is one of to 5 p.m. Sunday. HUNTERDON ART award-winning artists CENTER - "The Building whose work is featured in Design Show," or- an exhibit of watercolors ganized by young through July 3 at the Summit Center. architects, is at the Hunterdon Art Center, Old Pezzutti was the winner Stone ill, Center Street, of the first prize in the New Clinton. Jersey Water Color Society The show continues annual member show through July 3. Art Center which took place in ay at hours are to4 p.m. Tuesday the Petan Gallery in Short Hills. through Friday, and to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sun- Tony Ventura of Neptune, who won honorable mention in the water color exhibit, is also exhibiting at Summit. HANDCRAFTED WOOD ART - Handcraed pieces in wood by the late Joseph Rappai of New Brunswick are on display at Rutgers University's Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art useum, New Brunswick. The exhibit is in Gallery 37, downstairs in the museum's new wing. Hours are 0 a.m. to 4 p.m. onday, Tuesday, Thurs day. POSTWAR EUROPE- AN PANTNG - The Solomon R. Guggenheim useum, 075th Ave., New York, is presenting an exhibit of important European paintings created aer the war. The exhibit is composed of approximately 70 paintings by 27 artists. Works span the period from the 940s to the present. t continues through Sept.. AERCAN ASTER PECES "asterpieces of American Painting from OOD GOOD DNNG...LOW PRCES Daily y Buffet Lunches 30 :30 A A.. to 2 P.. P iss«tangs EVENNG BUFFET ALLYOUCANEAT Sun. &Thur».6P..-8P.. r SH.-Tsm. :30-0; a Sit. :30- CLOSED ONDAYS Thu. JULY 2 ini SB. JUtt 3 Andrew Willner, who is showing wood sculpture. His sister, Diana, right, is exhibiting fiber art. This exhibit continues through Aug. 3, and may be viewed between noon and S p.m. daily. the Collection," a selection of more than 70 paintings from the 8th through the early 20th century, is on exhibit at the Brooklyn on view. The exhibit continues through mid-september. useum, Eastern UPCONG Parkway, Brooklyn, N.Y. DESGNER CRAFTS Represented are paintings by Charles Willson the deadline for applica- GALLERY - Aug. 5 is Peale, John Singleton tions for the 2nd annual Designer Cras Gallery Copley, Thomas Cole. Frederick Church, Fitz planned for October in the Hugh Lane, George nness, Wellness Center of Freehold Area Hospital. 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Aberaeer or aer 7 p m ALL SEATS S 00 THE FUNNEST AERCAN OVE COEDY OF THE YEAR.' - New York Tanas DANAYKROYD EDDE URPHY Some very fiinny business. FRDAY WA'' Ha*> Plan EVENNG J. O neoatoeoth waaxwsat CarerCcv tateithal «aa«^»lrss>aae» ttotacon-4 aiefovaitlsitey er CarCd afaaattka-coara' ride; a couple who have diecovered the sacral of winning awaepetekea. 0 BENSON Kraua'a pen pal (Julius Carry m), e rugged racanl parolee rorn jeiil. arrivea at the axacutlva mansion (R) g own-ufa 0s» Aaa»- Pea. Owe O OUTDOOR LFE Pianist Patar Duchin ioina author/artist Dave Whltlock on Arkansas' White River to tiviish tor rainbows and to. learn affects ol the Vibert- Whillock Box.' 0 OVK ***'Oil The innaaota Strip" (960, Drama) Hal Holbrook, ichael Learned 0 WASHNGTON WEEK N REVEW 0 OVE ***"The Sea Chase" (956, Adventure) John Wayne, Lana Turner. tb SOLD SOLD CELE- BRATES THE '70S Hosts: Rex Smith, arilyn ccoo Queals nclude Three Dog Night. America, Captain a Tennille, Waylon Jennlnga and The Hollies O OVK **t> "Farewell To Th* Planet Of The Apes" * ABOY ULTPLEX CNEAS SAYREVLLE BRUNSWCK SOUARE EAST BRUNSWCK CRCLE CNEAS anicktown THE OVES AT OOLETOWN OVES LONO BRANCH ***^*»PP io*o 0*0 wahtwll Worlsacaal TeWsPlesjiolTliaAaar (074. Science-Fiction) Roddy cdowell. Ron Harper. U8A BOJONQ From edlaon Square Garden SPOT OVC ** "Lel'e Do n Again" (976, Come dy) Sidney Poitler, Bill Coa SHOW PAFER CHASE "Cinderella" The plight ol a ain gle mother atruggllng to r»m«h*r child, norinrt them both and attend law school touches Han, hla fallow atudenls and even the lortiddlng Pro! Klngsfield ^fbhealthjlfat 0 AT EASE Valwitma and Baker are ordered to uae biiarre tsclica n a negotiating seaalon with the participanta at a nude camp-orama. (R) O BASEBALL New York ats at Houston Astros 0 WALL STREET WEEK "Hall To The Chlel Economic Advisor" Quest: Dr. artin FsWslein. chairman. Council ol Economic Advisors. g:o0 O DALLAS Various Ewing FUSSY OCEAN COUNTY ALL TOS RVER SHREWSBURY PLAZA NEW SHREWSBURY *WOOOBRDO CNEA WOODBRDGE P4O PASSES ACCEPEO FOR HS ENOAOEENT NsLNast law*-»0s A" tan- lamlly leuda brew at South fork aa J.R and Sue Ellen march down the alale of matrimony for the second lime. (R) S K0HT R ichael pita KTT againat an areenel prepare for th* llnal onslaught. (Part 4) (R)p WOULD tpcal "Againat The Wind A Cuban Odyssey" The lour nay of four Cuban refugeee to the Untied Sletea la traoad trom theif departure to their preaent ailuation. (R) TC 0VC ***"Arthur- lisa. Comedy) Dudlay oore, Ltaa tnnaw. 80WOVB*** Body. Heal" (t, Snapanai) S William Hun, Kathleen Turner 000B FALCON ORUT Angela, vswa 0 make JaoqueUn* pay (or the) lattera affair with her huabaad, which ' resulted n the birth of Rich ard Channtng (R) O ESCHD Elachlad alalka a prolesonel arsonist (ichael Baaeleon) who is hired to bum down unpro- - lltable bueinesses (R) NEW* NTT- WORK NEWS OVATONS "Space. L" A look at how some. of sophlsticsted weapons 0: SO B m NEW* tier ha uncovers the llegal eala of military nerve gas to lerroriets (R) O BV OHFFN Oueala: Pierce Broanan Father Andrew Qreeley. Roxle Roker, Jarry Seinfeld". Edward Felgenbeum. a visit lo the wine caller al the 2 Club n New York. A3ADA Alter e meat ing m which he cornea lo trust Silve. Eleaiar still llnds thai he cannot place equal faith n Roma, and the two adveraarlea return to their respective camps to im :00 entrepreneurs want to expend nto space explore Hon. SPOT OVK *»"Body.' And Soul" (98, Drama) { Leon.laaac Kennedy, Jayne * NAACP '3 TON Hlflhlighla ol the convaotlon bald July -5 tn New Orleans include the keynole addresa. major worksnope. ano diacuaaions of the laauea by black leadera 'ANAA ARY TYLER OORE 'A'8- F-TV ODD COUPLE VUEOROCK See Televliloo. page A THE OVE YOU'LL REEBER... WARGAES ROUTE9CNEA FREEHOLD CD»"t TUWNPKNDOOH EAST BRUNSWCK j HO P4SSS *CCEP T ED ^pa T CHRSTOPHER REEVE, RCHARD PRYOR R OORE PUSSY DAN AVKROVD EDDE URPHY "'SUPERAN ' S THE BEST YET. t's a hit...it's a delight... it's SupersequeH" STARTS TODAY rflr ORO? JED i' CLASS JACQUELNE SET D AT THl OOUTO HtAl OSY The good news is Jon-thani having his fir* affair. Daly First atinee Only iwta "S Set».»ille. N J 07«(20) THE HD N TNf *TA«'K " U. mu B HETURN OF THE JED F*,lAT.Hti i Jun«29-Oct2 A Polynesian July S RGHTEOUS BROTHERS July 22 RA6N CAJUN D0U6 KERSHAW July 23 KENNY RANKN July 30 Charlie Callis OORE. 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"Our ball set off the alarrfl on r. Anderson's car!" YOUR HOROSCOPE THE WZARD OF D ('THNKN* >OFXAKN (H Born today, you are a naturally outgoing, friendly individual of whom it can truly be said, "He or she never met a stranger." Your energetic, straightforward, receptive way of meeting the world, its ills as well as it pleasures, endears you to all who are involved with you in daily life, for as worth while as you make the days for you, so you make them for others. All of which is not to say that you are Pollyanna-ish about life. You have a clear vision of things and refuse to look through rose-colored glasses. You have a sense of humor and know how to smile when you would nrefpr in cry a man, you are a th friend, providing emotional stability and a strong shoulder to lean on for all who need them. f a woman, you can stand on your own two feet whenever you have to. To see what is in store for you in another's eyes, barely begun. Entertain more views than your own. tomorrow, find your birthday and read the corresponding paragraph. CAPRCORN (Dec. 22-Jan. ) - Seek to better your image on the home front atters ot some interest to you are to be taken up now. AQUARUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 8) - Concern yourself with the face you SATURDAY, JULY 6 CANCER (June 2-July 22) - You can take control of a difficult situation on the home front if you gain control of your emotions first. LEO (July 23-Auf. tt) - See to your own promotion and security; then you can take another's problems on. ake your needs known in p.m. VRGO (Aig. ZJ-Sept. 2!) - Keep goals in mind, even though you may have to act in ways that cannot possibly further your present aims R <<f Bin ) - Wr allow a tendency toward stubbornness to keep you from taking advantage of what could be a career break. SCORPO (Oct. 23-Nov. 2) - Use your powers of persuasion to gain the Roniudt, popular linger; Dorothy project off the ground. Fields, lyricist; William Winter, Us- SAGTTARUS (Nov. S-Dec. 2) torian, poet. What you consider finished may be, turn to the world, not with how you feel inwardly toward it. PSCES (Feb. -arcb 20) - Though you may have to put on an act to make another think you are sympathetic, in no case appear unfeeling. ARES (arch 2-April 9) - You will get your wish today, so be sure that the wish you utter is the wish you l)y want tn wma trno TAURUS (April 20-ay 20) - Charisma carries you far today. Even so, don't depend upon it completely; do your "homework" before you go to work. «r,...v,,... *., v... can shed some light on a recent failure of nerve. Undertake a new project with renewed courage. BLONOE > ( WHBN F-THOfB N6V, fbpudvbw, HAD HGH H AND LOS l, BE CAREFUL/\ YOU WERE TOO CLOSE TO THAT t /^~"B(JT THEY * (DSAPPONTED B WERE TVWO FEET BETWEEN US '~ l NEVER DrSAPPONTeO YOU, DtO BOSS NO, BUT WTH >O4 NEVER HAD HGH WELL, THE ONLY" REASON YOU PPrJ'T WAS BEC4U5E HELP ON SO TSHTLY, * BRDGE ADVCE f you can't beat a player, give him a chance to beat himself. South began with the king of diamonds, two trumps, the ace of diamonds and a diamond ruff, then the top spades and a spade ruff. Finally, South entered dummy with a trump and led a club to finesse with the ten. f West could win with the jack of clubs, a club return would give South a free finesse; any other return would let South ruff in dummy and discard a club from his hand. DESPERATE PLAY Since West saw what was coming he played his low club on South s ten. Aer this desperate play South could cash the ace of clubs and a trump for 2 sure tricks. But South was sure East had the lung and jack of clubs since the finesse with the ten had succeeded. So South led his last trump to dummy and returned a club. East craily played the jack, and South finessed with the queen. West thereupon took the king of clubs and a spade, defeating the "unbeatable" slam. DALY QUESTON You hold: AQ : QJ05 3 A K 5 Dealer, at your le, bids one club, your partner doubles, and the next player basses. What do you say? ANSWER: Bid two spades. The jump response to partner's takeout double promises about 8 to 0 points. f partner has good values for his double, he will bid again; if he has minimum values, he will pass. f your king of clubs were the ace. you would bid two clubs (the enemy's suit), forcing to game A POCKET GUDE TO BRDGE written by Alfred Sheiowold ii available. Get your copy by sending $2.50, including a stamped, lelf-iddreiied No. 0 envelope, to Shelnwold on Bridge, n cart of bis lewipaper, P.O. Box K, Los Angeles, Ctlif. 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14 A4 The Daly Register FRDAY. JU^Y 5,983 TELEVSON TOORROW JULY t. N* O atalls ( SPA- GHETT QSURF8 TLOVLUCY NE ON EW JERKY WAL VmHT JOUR- tai 8TT CR) EflNTAJUY OVC *** "S Ft" (. Weettm) R«n. dolph Scott. Jenit Carter. sr YOU: AGAZNE FOR Third round (live rom Royal Blrkdale Ooll Club n South port. England) THE HARDY BOYS / NANCY D W YSTERES mfllkt ZONE PTE WCTUNQ BATAN i f SOUL TRAN U8AOVS ** "South 0 P*BO Pago" (840, Adven lure) Victor cleglen. Jon Hall SPOT OVK ** Gyp ay Girl (isee. Drama) Haylay ills. an cshana. SHOW OVE * * v. "Paplllon" (973, Adventure) Stave cquaan, Duitin HoNman 2:30 0 FAT ALBERT FLAaXOOOONg AEWCAS TOP TfcN AT SPORTS AECA TC OVK **» Vletory" (W, Advanlura) Sylveater Stallona. ' Came. thz OVK *** "Hie Kind Of Woman" (95, Drama) Robert itchum. Jane Ruttell J BLACKSTAR LAW WORKS OVE ** "The Unbeatable Dragon" (979, Adventure) La Fang. Sun ON**, OW *** "Tha Oraat Sloui attacrt" (S. Waatarn) Joeepn OLD NL TERS' DAY CLAS- SC A day 0 noatalgia featuring tuch grtatt aa lckay anila, Whltay Ford, Joaraggro. Johnny ua and othara playing a two-nning gama. OUTDOOR U H m OVK ** "Tlw 27th Day" (967. Sclence-Fc lion) Qana Barry. Valarla Franch. (» OVK *# "Fiala 0 Bruai Laa" (979, Advenlura) Bruca L, Lo Lfcn o m em.t*mn H wt- TTVAL "Tha Savan Ravant" Animated A you»8 girl tali out D traa her eeyen brothtit, who m t lurnad e raven* by an evh witch (R) Q BASEBALL BUNCH Set Televialoi, page B» WOS TC OV* **H"Rocky ' (9(2. Drama) Sylvetlar Stallona, Carl Waathart. 9» B auds BUNY ; ROAD RUNNER O ALL THE FALY P AC-AN B DAVtV AND QOLJATH QRALO OF TRUTH Sirs YOUR BUSNESS USA AUV AND WELL SHOW OVK*** "Quya And Dolla" (955. utical) Frank Sinatra, Jean Simmona. 0:00 SATURDAY ORNQ Featured: an extravagant bathroom with tha (meat accessories; one-of-a klni laahions: rara bread am i mala: tha ultimata brae consisting of caviar ar* smoked ealmon omelelleej how to care for axotlc plants, tha beat and i affordable wln< thop. 8C0OBY DOO / O SOEWHERE A CHLD JERRY FALWLL S COSOS "Who Sptakt. For Earth?" Dr Carl Sagan] waavaa together'the i themes of tha tenet oilers some cautionary! wamlnga about our lulure gng ooos NEWS THE NEWS QHEALTHBEAT USA OVK ** start illions' (945. Com ' edy) Dennis OKeele, Walker. 0:30 O THE DUKES 6 THE OARY COLEAN SHOW Q O.JAES KENNEDY 5 BO BLUE ARBLE SPOT RUN. REBECCA. RUN A brave young girl and daaperate fugltiva are thrown together i deserted island. 0-.3BO OVK **.* "Captain Blood" (935. 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B Robert Klein (R) you lk* TV You im-^ Capahart 3 COLOR 9'COl.OA DAGONAL POBTABLE 76OOA; 298 DAGONAL PORTABLE (79OOA) $ 668 ZENTH DAGONAL COL CONSOLE Ckennel Ceale Kaaa> Oaru cotl t i B ABC NEWS NrOHTUNE B THE HONEYOONERS 2 OVE ***', "Thai nvitlble an" (933. Science-Fiction) Claude Rtint. Glorlt Stuart B ROCK 'N' ROLL TONTE SOLD GOLD (D SATURDAY GHT t38 THECATLH8 2:00 (D SATURDAY NK3HT SPOT OVfi ** "A j Stranger la Watching"! (982. Drama) Rip. Torn. Kate ulgrew. 2:0* NGHT TRACKS 2 30 Q LATE NGHT WTH! DAVD LETTERAN Guests Amy Carter, actraas Teri. Garr. comedian Jay Leno. (R) O ARY HARTAN. ARY, HARTAN. B0NE0NONE ffi BE8T OF adnkaht ] SPECAL SHOW OVK* Zappedl (982, Comedy) Scott Beio. Willie Aamat. :00 0 SOUL TRA tat OVK **!» "» Beach Parly" (984, Coma- dy) Frankia Avalon. Annette { Funicello O THEY CRY ALONE Lep roay, tha world's most mitundersiood diaaaaa. and the problema of ilt sufferert ara explored n depth S TWUOHTZONE 700 CLUB TC OVK ** "Six Pack" (982. Comedy) Kenny Rogers. 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15 'The Daily Register FRDAY, JULY 5,983 Your LONG BRANCH - A proposal for transforming part of Ocean Avenue into a pedestrian mall was brought one step closer to.reality last night. City Administrator Robert J. Collins recommended asking the state Department of Transportation to close four intersections off Ocean Avenue within the next year. The project could be combined with the state-financed completion of Ocean Boulevard, scheduled to begin this fall, he said. The proposed mall would extend from Laird Avenue to Ocean Ter- At last night's City Council meeting, the administrator suggested constructing cul-de-sacs at the ntersections of Ocean Avenue and South Broadway, adison Avenue, North Broadway and Cooper Avenue. Laird Street and Ocean Terrace would become one-way, going west and east respectively. The other streets would remain two-way. The changes would not harm the few businesses now occupying the four side streets, Collins said, since a pedestrian mall offering new boutiques, restaurants and amusements would make the adjoining Town SPORTS GREATER RED BANK LONG BRANCH EATONTOWN AN OCEAN PROENADE The Long Branch City Council is evaluating this blueprint for a- pedestrian walkway (shaded area) on Ocean Avenue between Laird Avenue and Ocean Terrace. City streets attractive to developers. However, the administrator said there is some concern for the businesses currently on Ocean Avenue, which would be "land-locked" by the initial street conversions, although only one establishment, Peddlers Bicycle Shop, would be completely cut off. Collins declined to estimate the cost of the project. He said he would like t«make a formal request for state funds by next month and will ask the Planning Board to review the proposal at its upcoming meeting. The administrator stressed that last night's proposal is preliminary. Administrator Robert J. Collins has proposed taking immediate steps to close the intersections of Ocean Avenue and South Broadway. adison Avenue, North Broadway and Cooper Avenue. "This is one possible scheme. There will be others," he said. The Atlantic Group, a city planning consulting firm from Cranbury Township, is assisting with redevelopment proposals for Garfield Park and Broadway. ayor Philip D. Huhn is scheduled to meet with developers on Tuesday to reveal some of their concrete proposals for the downtown area. n other business last night, the council decided to suspend decision on an ordinance easing restrictions on street vendors. The proposed ordinance requires that the vendors change location 4 FNANCAL,... 8 CLASSFED 0 Cul-de-sacs pave way for Ocean Avenue mall every hour, without returning to the By LAURA QUNN same spot for four hours. They are currently obligated to move every fieen minutes. Three residents appeared last night to object to any time limit. ore importantly, they said, vendors should be allowed to work on private property. "sn't it better to just restrict the number of (vending) licenses?" EATONTOWN PCKETS Division of Youth and Family Services, Job Services, and State Parole Board workers manned an informational Asbestos By LZ SHEEHAN RUSON - Borough School Superintendent Richard DiPatri said yesterday that he could not predict when corrective action would be taken to cover or remove asbestos laden materials in the two elementary schools. The project, which would consist of either enclosing or removing all asbestos in the ceilings and pipe nsulation from the Deane-Porter and Fprrestdale schools, might be done over school vacation periods or during the summer of 984, he said. DiPatri said that state's preliminary tests show that the air levels of asbestos in the schools were below the minimum safety standards. According to DiPatri, there will be representatives from both the state Department of Health and the Rossnagel Company which conducted the asbestos tests at a July 20 meeting, when the Board of Education will discuss the two options. Parents were informed of the asbestos tests in a school newsletter sent home in early June, the superintendent said, and the topic was discussed at a PTA meeting on June Long Branch groups warming up church for soup kitchen LONG BRANCH - Representatives from local churches and county agencies met once again this week to discuss plans for a soup kitchen on Broadway. According to Jack Atwood, a member of the vestry of St. James Episcopal Church on Broadway, his church has informally agreed to house the kitchen. "We've more or less decided we're going to give it a shot," he tfid. The kitchen, which Atwood predicts will open by mid-september, will provide free lunches five days a j week, he said. ' According to Atwood, there is significant poverty in the neighborhood surrounding the church, which includes City Hall. He said people come to the church every week asking for food or financial assistance. Visitors to the kitchen will not be required to prove a need for assistance, Atwood said. Plans for the kitchen evolved from discussion arranged by the county project, Dialogue, which brings together clergy and representative! of the onmouth County Board of Social Services and the onmouth Family Center. So far only one Long Branch, church is participating in the H (QGCl. ncwth H Be KlUi^l help from others picket line yesterday in front of DYFS offices on Broad Street. Workers have been without a contract since July. 'We more or le decided we're going to give it a shot." Jack A wood Representatives from St. ary's Church in Colts Neck, St. James emorial Episcopal Church and the onmouth Baptist Church, both in Eatontown, were alto present at last Tuesday's meeting at St. James here. Leo Garvey, from Pathways, nc., a local program for mentally disturbed outpatients, also attended to recommend involving his clients as volunteer servers in the program. No name has been chosen for the proposed dining room, but "Long Branch Umch" and "Soup's On" are being considered, said Atwood, who is co-chairman of the planning committee. The prbgram Will my wsvbj on ~ donations, he added. 3. There has been little feedback from parents, DiPatri stated. The newsletter article said: "t is likely that the recommendation from the Department will be to remove all ceilings containing asbestos," referring to the ceilings in the original Forrestdale building and its 959 addition. Because the project would be "a major endeavor," it continued, a referendum for a bond issue to pay for the work would " undoubtedly" be required. DiPatri said that a cost estimate on the project would be revealed when a solution a reached one resident asked. ' The council agreed to reconsider all of the restrictions currently applied to the itinerant merchants, including a prohibition against any vending on Ocean Avenue. This re-evaluation, however, ultimately may not benefit the ven-. _ dors. "What we're trying to ask is do we really want them or don't we," Collins said. Other residents appeared last night with complaints of litter on the oceanfront. "'m appalled at the condition of the (north) end of the boardwalk. t's a disgusting mess." said Ada Pearl of Ocean Boulevard Pear! suggested drawing up an ordinance that would require boardwalk merchants to regularly clean the property in front of their businesses See Ocean, Page B2 Stavola runs out of time on Rumson subdivisions By DANEL LOWENTHAL RUSON - t's been two years since the Stavola Contracting Company nc. received approval and a list of stipulations to satisfy on subdividing 7'<z acres into nine lots off of Ridge Road, and the Borough Council last night decided that two years is long enough The. stipulations, issued by the Planning Board, included installation of drainage and sanitary sewers with a pump station, a water system, buffer zones between the new lots and adjacent properties, borough approved street lights, and 28-foot wide roads with cul-de-sacs and Belgian block curbs. Since the September 98 subdivision approval, the roads have Beeinnslailed" a a house has been" built on one of the lots. But according to the planning board's attorney, the Tinton Falls firm has been negligent in carrying out a number of other requirements. "The Planning oudiu airungiy believes that the situation cannot continue in a status quo situation, and therefore, urges that the ayor and Council take the necessary steps to begin proceedings to declare the performance bond of Stavola Contracting Company'nc. in default and proceed against the developer and the bonding company," Eugene A. adanza, the attorney, wrote the mayor and council. n response, the Borough Council last night decided to request that the bonding company in charge of Stavola s $25,027 performance bond pay for the remaining improvement's. To satisfy the conditions of the subdivision, Stavola must finish the pumping stations, resoil and seeding near where the old Harding Road driveway was ripped up and replaced with a paved road, and complete the curbing, J. Gary Sammon, borough administrator, said. The lot is located at 57 Ridge Road, the site of the former Harding Estate in other business, the council hopes to capitalize on a recently passed law permitting municipalities to fix speed limits on selfcontained roads without approval of the state Commissioner of Transportation: ' Councilman Charles S. Callman has targeted the section of Rumson Road south to the Shrewsbury River as ilie fiist priority. The permitted SO mile-per-hour speed limit makes the road too hazardous for the area. Callman argued, as the two other councilman present and ayor Charles F. Paternoagreed. "t's a residential street with children and animals," Callman said. He added that the council will contact the state about what must be done to lower the speed limit. Under a bill signed into law June 27, municipalities have greater flexibility setting speed limits and parking time limits, designating stop and yield intersections and handicapped parking spots, and prohibiting general parking. The council also authorized the borough engineer to advertise for bids for resurfacing the two tennis courts at Rogers Park. The council is expected to bond $5,000 for the project. Paterno appointed William-La- grotteria as a special borough police officer and member of the Fist Aid Squad. leads museum armada RED BANK - Theodore J. Narozanick, the onmouth County Administrator who doubles as the commodore of the Old Red Bank Yacht Club, will lead more than 80 boaters Saturday on a trip up the Hudson River. Along with Narozanick's 34-foot cabin cruiser, 4 boats wilt journey to the U.S. aircra carrier ntrepid's Air-Sea-Space useum, on Pier 86 on anhattan's west side. The trip will start in Red Bank on the Navesink River, continue through Highlands and then under the Verrezano-Narrows Bridge. Upon arriving, the club members, who conduct their meetings at rwins' Yacht Works in the borough, will take a two-hour tour of the museum, which has been open for almost a year. The aircra carrier served in World War. and the Korean and Vietnam Wars. t docked in San Francisco before being moved to New York a few years ago. Citizen makes 'arrest' in hit-and-run crash TNTON FALLS - A West Long Branch man was charged in a hit-and-run accident Wednesday night on Sycamore Avenue, west of Hope Road, that le ared Bank man injured. Drew D. Dangelo, 8, of 6 Arlene Drive, was charged with diiving under the influence, reckless driving, leaving the scene of an accident and failing to report an accident. Police said Dangelo was apprehended by an unidentified motorist who made a citizen's arrest aer the alleged hit and run. Police said Henry E. Hardy, 6, 64 Sunset Avenue, Red Bank, and his wife Lorraine were on the side of the road aer their vehicle became disabled. Dangelo struck Hardy's car. then hit Hardy and le the scene without stopping, according to police. A motori3t and his wife the* followed Dangelo's car to the onmouth all parking lot, where the motorist detained Dangelo until Patrolman-Robert Rosen arrived and notified Tinton Falls police. Dangelo was released pending a municipal court hearing on Aug. 23, police said. Hardy was admitted to Riverview Hospital with a possible broken leg. His wife was uninjured. Sgt. L. Robert JanTausch and Patrolman Preston Hampton were the arresting and investigating officers. NDED Drew D. Dangelo, 8, is taken into custody Ulli aer tealtecsdiy &eused a hlt-awd-wn acade on Sycamore Avenue in Tinton Falls.

16 62 The Daily Register FRDAY, JULY is, 963 imh's painting offer brushed off. ONOUTH BEACH- Walter ihm, a prominent local businessman, has offered to paint the arine Police headquarters, but has been turned down by officials., ihm said the Ocean Avenue building is "shabby Wing.' but that he "can understand them turning me djwn." ' "'m in the boat business," ihm said last night,!«nd it might look bad because of that." ;. ihm is the owner several maritime businesses, iicluding Nauvoo arina, ihm Boat Works, and the Channel Club arina. Officer lauded for locating witnesses ;«LONG BRANCH - The City Council last night awarded Police Officer Ralph DeFillipo a certificate of commendation for locating two homicide witnesses in ', The witnesses were located and detained by De- Fjllipo shortly aer a double shooting at the Off Broadway Bar on Fourth Avenue. They were held as material "tmtees, icading to the arrest or a suspect in the nfiicder "The investigation of this murder was brought to a rtfpid conclusion due to the immediate apprehension a^d actions taken by Officer DeFillipo," read a statement by Capt. John N. Bucciero. - *i TP PAYS OFF Freeholder #rank A. Self, le, hands an oversize check for $,000 to county electrician Joseph T. Walkosz of Wayside at yesterday's meeting of the Board of Chosen Freeholders in Freehold. Walkosz was cited for his suggestion on how to cut electricity bills at the county reclamation center. Electrician wins $,000 FREEHOLD Thanks to a tip from a reclamation center electrician, the county will save at least $25,000 in electricity bills annually, Freeholder Prank A. Self announced yesterday. The cost-saving suggestion earned Joseph T. Walkosz of Wayside $,000 from the county's suggestions and awards committee. Self presented Walkon an oversized check and a certificate of appreciation yesterday attbe Board of Chosen Freeholders meeting. Earlier this year, Walkon told his supervisor at the reclamation center of a special discount offered by the Jersey Central Power and Light Co. for "curtailed electrical use," Superintendent John L. Gray of the county landfill said. Aer studying the suggestion, Gray said, the county decided it was feasible and obtained the discount. n exchange for the lower rates, JCPfcL may cut back on electrical service at any tune, up to a maximum of SO hours per year "We realized that it was a fairly flexible operation," Gray said, adding, "we (can) cooperate without too much of a problem.'' The Tinton Falls landfill operates solely on electricity, Gray said. Nevertheless, in two electrical cut backs so far this summer, the landfill has not been forced to curtail its services, according to the superintendent. belt said the county expects to save money every year as a result of Walkosz' suggestion. According to Freeholder Director Harry Larrison Jr., if all goes well in the next 2 months, the count; may call Walkosz back in for another bonus. Keyport's dog days heat up over 'bummer' in summer By GREG TREVOR KEYPORT - The clash between residents and the police department's tactics with its drug-sniffing dog continues to intensify. ' A meeting last night of police officials and residents who have accused the police department of harassment broke up aer five minutes when five residents were not allowed to take part. '. "t looks like they don't want to hear us," said John Wilsh. one of the five barred from last night's special closed session of the Borough Council's police committee. _ The meeting had been arranged by Police Commissioner Edward Flynn aer seven residents described what they considered to be incidents of police harrassment at Tuesday's council meeting. "We were told to bring who we wanted" to last night's meeting, said Judith Hogrefe, who also attended Tuesday's session, but was not allowed into the closed meeting \ Hogrefe's husband, Raymond who did attend the closed session called it a "kangaroo court," and added he traded heated words with Police Chief ichael Kelly and Capt. Howard Ruth at the meeting. Flynn said he had contacted the Hogrefes early yesterday and asked them to limit the number of people who would attend the meeting, because " didn't want POLCE BEAT it to be a shouting match, which it got to be anyway" When Flynn le the meeting and tried to get the Hogrefes to return, the argument spilled out of Borough Hall and onto the sidewalk. "They were going to push this under the table," Judith Hogrefe said, by trying to intimidate the three people allowed into the meeting. The Hogrefes and their fellow residents have accused two officers of harrassment Ruth and Special Officer Anthony Piegaro, who supervises use of the borough's narcotics-sniffing canine. The dog is named Bummer. The accusers have cited several incidents in which they say the officers did not conduct themselves in accordance with the law. The committee says its job is to first determine exactly what happened on the nights in question. Reports indicate that last Friday. Piegaro had Bummer, a 9-year-old white German shepherd, search the car of resident ark Hollingsworth for possible drugs. The Hogrefes son, John, said Piegaro "had no suspicion there were drugs" in the car, and when Hollingsworth protested the search, "Piegaro grabbed his shirt and told him to keep his mouth shut " But Piegaro said: " was walking the dog through the path of cars," at the municipal parking lot on American Legion Drive, "when Bummer picked up on a narcotics scent and pulled me toward (Hollingsworth's) car." Bummer detected a marijuana scent in the car's ashtray, according to Piegaro. A subsequent search, however; turned up no illegal drugs. Piegaro said he could not have grabbed Hollingsworth, because "he was behind four police officers." But Raymond Hogrefe said Piegaro has threatened to have the dog attack them if they do not submit to a search. n addition, Hogrefe's business partner, Stephen Cosgriff, said "'ve seen the dog sniff, and they're using it to harass the kids." Cosgriff added he saw the officer use the dog to conduct a random drug search at Cedar Street Park. Piegaro, however, said, "any type of search is done on a control basis," aer a policeman has determined probable cause that someone is concealing illegal substances. "You don't use this dog as a threat," Piegaro also said. "He is not a ferocious, vicious dog. can take him off a lead, and he won't bother anybody." Bummer has also been effective in other areas of police work, Ruth said. n the eight months since the precinct began using the dog, he has helped officers search houses on two occasions. "The people were afraid to enter their homes," Ruth said, because they thought someone was hiding inside. On each occasion, the dog searched the house and found no one inside. But if Bummer had discovered a person hiding, Ruth said, "the dog would have held him at bay," and not attacked the person unless threatened. ost people in town "are really ecstatic about the work the dog has done," Piegaro said. But although Flynn said he is assured Bummer is being used properly, he added that he will keep a closer eye on how the police utilize the dog. " know better now how the dog is being used," Flynn said, "and will know better in the future." The commissioner added that, on occasion, he will probably ride with Piegaro and Bummer while they are on duty. Flynn also said he is satisfied with the way Piegaro and Ruth conducted themselves during two other incidents the Hogrefes brought up. Friday night, Ruth ordered summonses be given to John Hogrefe and about 20 friends for public drinking, even though Hogrefe contended he hadn been drinking. Hogrefe said his friends had only brought 6 beers with them, which was not enough for all of them to be drinking. Last Saturday, Piegaro and fellow officer John Doerr arrested Ronald Boyle for driving while intoxicated and reckless driving. Faces murder attempt charge FRFF.Hfll.n - A rnnnly granh jury hat inrtirlart an Atlantic Highlands man for allegedly attempting to murder a 26-year-old Long Branch his ex-girlfriend, a 26-year-old Long Branch artist. Roy ccurdy, 26, of Ocean Boulevard, was charged with attempted murder, three counts of aggravated assault, and two weapons offenses in connection with a ay 26 knife attack on Caren Coie. The alleged assault occurred at the victim's West End Avenue home near 7 a.m. According to one witness, ccurdy allegedly broke down Cote's bedroom door and stabbed her several times with a hunting knife. The alleged assailant has been described as an unemployed rock musician who once played guitar for the Attachments. The son of a prominent Atlantic Highlands pediatrician. ccurdy was a scholarshipwinning athlete at Henry Hudson High School. Cote, who stopped dating ccurdy two years before the incident, is the manager of Artworld Galleries in Seaview Square all. Oceih). She was hospitalized aer the attack for treatment of stab wounds, but has since been discharged., an died fighting fire HOWELL TOWNSHP - A township man who tried to extinguish a house fire yesterday without calling the fire department died when he became trapped by the flames, officials said. The body of Joseph Kenny Butler, 33, was found in a closet to which he apparently had retreated when unable to bring the blaze under control, said Fire Chief James Cadigan. Officals said Butler awakened a roommate and a visitor when the Tire erupted at 3 a.m., telling them to bring a garden hose with which to douse flames on the second floor But the roommate, Terry Coyle, and the visitor. Frank Attardi of Jersey City, were unable to reach Butler because of the flames, officials said. Police were alerted at 3:7 a.m. when neighbors in the rural area called in the alarm. Patrolman Donald cgirr said s Coyle ran into the street yelling that there was fire/ cgirr said flames had engulfed the second floor wheir officials arrived at the * axim Southard Road home. Officials investigating it appeared the fire, brought under control within 20 minutes, was accidental but they had not determined its cause. The home is attached to fous storage garages, which were not damaged. Cadigan said. Ocean Avenue mall (continued) However, according to another resident, Alton Thomas, the burden should rest on the users of the boardwalk. "There's no law that does anything about the user. He just throws all the trash and the garbage and nobody does anything to him at all," Thomas said. n other business last night, the council introduced an ordinance establishing a voluntary rent control board. 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17 NEGHBORHOOD NEWS. FRDAY, JULY 5,983 T h e Daily Register B3 Seniors treated to special talents LONG BRANCH - Residents at the Westwood Hall Hebrew Home were treated to a special talent show recently. "t was special to have so many of our aides, nurses, and housekeepers perform for us, and to see our administrator acting as master of ceremonies and our director of nurses highlight in the fashion show," said rous OUR58TH YEAR HAS arilyn Verhoek, activities director. The show was sponsored by the activities depart-: ment and coordinated by Verhoek. Participating staff members included: rs. Joanne Escovar, Viola Games, Cynthia Henderson, Kathy Doorill, Diane Sparandeo, Peter Daniels, Jane Formato, Claudette Booker, Laura Durando, Polly Ferster, Betty Kahle Victoria Lalng. EVERYTHNG! OPEN DALY 8to5:30p.m. Fri. til 9 p.m. Here today here tomorrow TELESCOPE ADJUSTABLE N-CHASE A HAPPY HOE Staff members at Westwood Hall Hebrew Home display their wares to residents at arrexent latent show to residents. Le to ichael J. Creedon Rllleree right, aide Laura Durando; Barbara Vitaiiano, resident; Diane Sparandeo, social worker, and argaret ussicker, resident. Service salute- LTTLE SLVER - ichael J. Creedon, son of John and Wilma Creedon, was selected under West Point's early action plan and reported to the academy this mopth. The Red Bank Regional graduate lettered in football, golf and indoor track and also is a Troop 3 Eagle Scout. FREEHOLD - Navy Seaman Scott H. Garber, son of Charles Garber, recently returned from a deployment off the coast of Beirut, Lebanon. He is a crew member aboard the amphibious assault ship USS Guadalcanal, homeported in Norfolk, Va. During the deployment, the ship operated off the coast of Beirut as part of the U.S. Sixth Fleet Amphibious Force which is supporting the multi-national peacekeeping force in Lebanon. COUNTY CALENDAR TOORROW RED BANK - ntermediate sailing lessons will be offered by the onmouth County Park System at arine Park, Red Bank. Either half day (from 9 a.m. to p.m.) or full day sessions (9 a.m. to 5 p.m.) may be arranged. Participants should have completed basic sailing courses. For further information, contact program reservations, Thompson Park. DDLETOWN - A day bike trip near the illstone Canal will be sponsored by the onmouth County Park System, beginning at 8 a.m. Contact program reservations at Thompson Park for further information on the 2-4 hour ride. _ FREEHOLD - The 983 Turtle Qualifying Race will be sponsored by the onmouth County Park System at Turkey Swamp Park shelter building, Georgia Road. Registration will btgin dt 0 BB with post time at 0:30 a.m. The grand final will be held at the County Fair. Both land and water turtles can compete for ribbons or the "Turtle Cup." WEST LONG BRANCH - Adah Chapter 5, Order of Eastern Star, will sponsor a flea market from 9 a.m. to FREEHOLD - Army National Guard Pvt.Edward. Nicholson, son of r. and rs. John Henczenski, has completed one station unit training at the U.S. Army nfantry School, Fort Benning, G'a. OSUT is a 2-week period that combines basic combat training with advanced individual training. Completion of this course qualifies the soldier as a lightweapons infantryman and as an ndirect- FREEHOLD Navy Seaman Christopher J. Normand, son of r. and rs. William L. Normand, has completed recruit training at the Naval Training Center, Great Lakes,. 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18 B4 The Daily Register Sports FRDAY, JULY 5,983 Stadler eats up British Open course SOUTHPORT, England (AP) - " wish it was Sunday aernoon," said Craig Stadler as he beaded into the second round of the British Open golf championship with a threestroke lead The 30-year-old golfer from Lake Tahoe. Nev, thrilled the thousands at Royal Birkdale by shooting five successive birdies on his way to a course record 64, seven strokes under par. "Obviously its nice to be leading, but there's a heck of a lot of golf le, and a heck of a lot of good golfers on that leader board,".stadler said. " don't entertain any thoughts of winning at this stage ' For one golden spell in yesterday's aernoon sun, he played such perfect golf that the fans could hardly imagine anyone else winning. n England's freak heat wave, on hard fairways and well watered greens that held the ball, Stadler rolled in birdjj putts from the 2th hole through the Sth. They were from five, , 30 and 40 feet, in that order As he set out for a second trip around the 6,968-yard, par 7 course today, Stadler had two former British Open champions, Tom Watson and Bill Rogers, on his heels, plus the German Bernhard Langer, all three strokes behind at 67 Hal Sutton, British hopes Nick Faldo and Sam Torrance and Australians ike Ferguson and Vaughan Somers were all at 68. "t was one of those things, ' said Stadler modestly as he talked about his string of birdies. "Sometimes, as you stand over a putt of 30, 40 or 50 feet, you say to yourself 'Hey, this is going in.' And that's how it was." Stadler had never seen the golf course until this week. Wednesday, in a practice match with Watson and Jack Nicklaus, he played the back nine in 7-under-par, with two eagles and three birdies. "t was fantastic," Stadler said. "All of a sudden started making putts and got a little confident. y only game plan for the first round was to try to play the first nine well because knew could play the back nine." Stadler's string of birdies highlighted a dramatic day of golf. Rogers holed from 228 yards with a one-iron for a double eagle at the 526-yard 7th the first double eagle in the British Open since Johnny iller shot one at uirfield in 972. Rodger Davis of Australia aced the 84-yard 2th with a five-iron. The narrow fairways, bordered by deep rough, held no terrors for most of the golfers in the good conditions. Of the 5 competitors, 29 broke par. >, At the long 7th hole there were T 7 eagles, in addition to Rogers' double, and 60 birdies. ost of the leading players stayed out of the fearsome rough, but Watson got caught in it at the 5th and lost a vital stroke. Watson, going for his fih British Open title, put his second shot into a clump of buckthorn, bushes with silver leaves and red berries. There was no way out The defending champion took a penalty stroke, went back SO yards and blasted out. He ended up with a bogey better than had seemed likely when he was scrambling about the bushes. n the very minute that Watson failed to make par, Rogers was shooting his double eagle two holes further on and the lead suddenly changed hands. Rogers gained four strokes on his rival at one go. ' had never had a double eagle before," Rogers said. " had never even seen one. t sure lowers your score in a hurry," Almost 29,000 spectators - a record for the first day of the tournament packed the stands and the paths beside the fairways. Tuten in Publinx quarterfinal COLTS NECK - Defending champion Billy Tuten shrugged off what he called "inconsistent ' putting to defeat Dallas painting contractor Jesse Patino 2 and on the third round of match play yesterday at the US. Amateur Public Links Golf Championship Tve been trying to remember what did the last time was putting good. But can't remember, ' Tuten. a 2 year-old native of Palatka. Fla., said aer play at the 6,922-yard Hominy Hill Golf Course. Tuten. who saw a three-hole lead dwindle to one hole aer Patino eagled the par-54th and made par-4 on the 5th. clinched the match when he made par-5 on the 530-yard 7th hole. Tuten reached the green in two shots, but three-putted for par aer missing a 2-footer by 6 inches "'ve K»i a good (putting) stroke 'KNCELY' DONE Cincinnati Reds catcher Alan Knicelv, right, leaves the ground as he puts the tag on the ets' Daryl Strawberry during the Scores, B5 in me 've just got to find it in there somewhere." said Tuten, who lost in the 98 Public Links finals to two-time champion Jodie udd and reached the semifinals in 980 " can't get comfortable ove^the putt 've got to get better or get Knocked out." Tuten. trying to become the fourth golfer to repeat as champion, faces Gary Roush of ason, W. Va. in the quarterfinals this morning. Roush defeated Joe alay of Weiser, daho, 3 and 2 on the third round and ousted John cgregor of Sacramento. Calif.. 4 and 2, on the second round earlier yesterday. The semifinals will be held this aernoon, with 36 holes of match play tomorrow for the championship. Tuten, a member of the Walker Cup team that defeated Britain and reland in ay. breezed into the third round when he defeated ichael Brown of Philadelphia 6 and 4 in the second round yesterday morning. Dean Prince of San Bruno, Calif.. the 978 Public Links champioif*defeated 2-year-old college student ichael iles of Cypress, Calif., 2- up in another third-round match yesterday. Prince, a 45-year-old insurance salesman, clinched the match with a birdie on the par-5 7th hole and sank a 2-footer for par-4 on the 8th hole. " came out here very pessimistic, thinking was going to lose t gets the nerves relaxed," Prince said " go on the course thinking can make par - let the fourth inning of last night's game. Strawberry was trying to score from second base on a single by Junior Ortiz. other guy get birdies to beat me." Prince, who defeated James Wright of Travis Air Force Base, Calif., 4 and 3 in the second round yesterday morning, will face Thorn Piscopink of Wayne, ich., in the quarterfinals. iles was the medalist at 2-under-par 42 aer two rounds of stroke play. On the second round of match play yesterday morning, he rallied from a three-hole deficit on the front nine to defeat Kurt Bosen of Centerville, Utah, 2-up. iles, who beat 979 Public Links champion Dennis Walsh of Groves, Texas, in a sudden death playoff on the first round of match play, had five birdies on the back nine to oust Bosen. "f had caught iles in the morning would've lost," Prince said. " sure wouldn't want to play him for a living." SPSl HAPPY 'WALRUS' Craio Stadler, nicknamed 'Walrus' by his fellow golfers, reacts to a birdie putt on the 6th green during yesterday's first round of play in the British Open. Staub's HR powers ets; Rangers crush Yankees = NEW YORK (AP) - anager Fran* HowardTWraT mrnew York ets following Wednesday night's loss to the Cincinnati Reds did not fall on deaf ears. The ets collected 0 hits, ncluding a two-run pinch-homer by Rusty Staub and a two-run homer by BU i^::a:;uci'an RRte s a 7 ; victory over Cincinnati last night. Staub's homer, his second of the season both as a pinch hitter broke a 4-4 tie in the sixth inning and enabled Tom Seaver, 6-9, to snap a personal three-game losing streak. Seaver went six innings and was relieved by Jesse Orosco, who picked up his eighth save with onehit pitching over the final three nnings. The 38-year-old Seaver struck out seven and walked four. "Aer last night, someone had to do something or Frank would have killed someone," smiled Staub, who hit a - pitch off ex-et Charlie Puleo, 3-5, over the rightcenter field wall. "'m just happy we won. Everyone thought about last night. f they didn't, they should get out of the game. The blast got everyone's attention. "You nave to want to be out there and play hard," Staub continued. "Hopefully this win will give us a li for our 0-day road trip. Talk is cheap... do it on the field." ^ ^ TJarryl "Stfawbe"rry openeottne sixth with an infield single and, two outs later, Staub connected for his second home run of the season, both as a pinch hitter. Hernandez had gotten the ets even at 4-4 with a two-run shot, his SCTVCU, ill iiic in L liming. Puleo, who was dealt for Seaver, allowed six runs, including the homers to Hernandez and Staub. Dan Driessen drove in the first two runs for Cincinnati with a single in the third inning. Ron Oester had a two-run single in the fih. RaBgersll, Yankees NEW YORK - Charlie Hough pitched a five-hitter and Larry Parrish hit two homers and knocked in five runs to lead the Texas Rangers to a beating of the New York Yankees. Hough, 8-7, struck out eight and walked three in his route-going performance. He gave the American League West-leading Rangers only their second win in their last eight games and extended his lifetime record against the Yankees to 5-0. With the Rangers losing 2-, Jim Sundberg opened Texas' third with a single off loser Shayne Rawley 8-8, and took second on a single by Wayne Tolleson. With out, Buddy Bell's grounder to third was bobbled by Graig Nettles. When Nettle's throw to second sailed into right field for lls second error our tire play. Sundberg scored and Tolleson advanced to third. Bell continued to second Parrish then smashed a towering 440-foot drive beyond the bullpen in le for his 4th homer of the year, extending the Rangers' Aer the Rangers scored a run in the seventh and two more in the eighth, Parrish added a two-run blast to cap a three-run ninth. The Texas right fielder had four hits hi five at-bats in his night's work. Braves S, Phillies PHLADELPHA - Bob Homer's leadoff homer triggered a four-run uprising that snapped a ninth-inning tie and the Atlanta Braves held on to defeat the Philadelphia Phillies. Horner lined a full-count pitch from reliever Willie Hernandez, 4-, for his 5th home run of the season. Homer now has 0 hits in his last 23 at-bats. Chris Chambliss followed the blast with a triple to right-center, finishing Hernandez. Glenn Hubbard greeted Ron Reed with a single, moved to second on a passed ball on scored on Bruce Benedict's single. Winning pitcher Steve Bedrosian, 6-3, then sacrificed and Rafael Ramirez followed with an RB single. SUER VALUE DAYS BUY NOW - and SAVE, Skylarks - Skyhawks - Centurys - Regals - LeSabres - Electras Rivieras - Estate Wagons - Renault Alliance - Jeeps - Lynx - Topaz Cougars - arquis - Grand arquis - Lincolns - ark V - Continental Yes you can SJthJudr fe^fnij^ Highway J&alEarkway Exit 7 Keyport

19 The Daily Register FRDAY, JULY 5,983 Your Town SPORTS»f FNANCAL... t CLASSFED 0 DDLETOWN HOLDEL HGHLANDS ATLANTC HGHLANDS arlboro abuzz over termite appeal ByROBRENALDA ARLBORO - The owner, of a tiny, termite-ridden house off Union Hill Road said yesterday that their appeal to the Township Council will be the final step along a rocky - and Just too narrow - road home. Two years ago this month, Chuck and Joanne Brenner discovered extensive - and expensive termite damage to the entire foundation of their recently-purchased house, which had been determined by a private extermination company to have only minor termite damage in one "<"*" «Almost two years and an out-ofcourt settlement later, the Brenners found themselves before the Zoning Board of Adjustment seeking a variance that would have allowed them to tear down the pest-infested bungalow and build a larger house to replace it. On April 5, aer six months of testimony, the board voted 6-2 to deny the variance, which was required because the Brenners' property does not front on a recognized township road. n casting their votes against the application, several board members said the 300-foot-long unimproved roadway actually a tree-lined right-of-way established before the zoning ordinances were draed -*" at 2 feet wide is too narrow for emergency vehicles. " appreciate their concern for my welfare, but don't think that's the real reason they turned us down," r. Brenner said. He believes board members may have felt that by introducing plans for a bigger house,500 square faet n accordance with township minimum standards the Brenners were attempting to "put one over on them," r. Brenner said, Township fire and police officials, including Patrolman Kenneth iller and farmer fire chief Ed Smith, said travel along the roadway would be safe for emergency vehicles, and would require only a stone surface circular driveway and the trimming of low limbs along its COUF-i l Smith said he safely and succesfully had navigated a pumper fire engine down and around the Brenners' roadway, which r. Brenner now says actually is S feet wide at its narrowest point and widens as it nears the house. Their testimony will be key points that/ the Brenners plan to offer when they appear before the Township Council to appeal the Zoning Board's decision. That appeal will be heard at a meeting that has not yet been scheduled, but which must be heard before Aug. 9. " pray they reverse the decision," rs. Brenner said. But what if they don't? "Then we'll just let the house sit there; we have no choice," she added. "Hopefully the council will be more sympathetic than the Zoning Board was," r. Brenner said. "f it happens, 'U be glad But it's just a last chance. wouldn't even have appealed it, but Joanne wanted to give it one last try." " Jast can't see throwing 25,000 (the purchase price) out the window," rs. Brenner said. That "one last try" already has cost the Brenners nearly $2,300 and that's Just the cost of the transcripts of the four Zoning Board hearings. That figure was much higher than either of them had expected. rs. Brenner said that she had planned to earn the money for the transcripts by taking on babysitting assignments in her spare time, even if the transcripts cost as much as $500. nstead, the money will come out of what s le of the $0,500 settlement with the extermination company, which the Brenners would not identify. The Brenners spent $5,300 in legal fees against the termite company without ever setting foot inside a courtroom. While appearing before the Zoning Board, they spent about $,400 in maps, plans and more legal fees, while trying to meet all the board's requirements, including approvals for water and sewer installation, r. Brenner said. "Every time they asked for something, we got it for them," r. Brenner said. "We went through all this and they turned us down for three feet. How picky can you get?" He expects it wil cost another $2,000 to knock down the existing house and to lay stone for the drive- EATONTOWN PCKETS Division of Youth and Family Services, Job Services, and State Parole Board workers manned an informational picket line yesterday n front of OYFS offices on Broad Street. Workers have been without a contract since July. PROBLES Chuck and Joanne Brenner, owners of this termite-ridden house in arlboro, way. "You spend all your money and they tell you you can't build," he lamented. are fighting the Township Committee to replace the home with a larger structure. Zoning Board Chairman Herbert Gold declined comment on the appeal pending council attention. The couple, who have resided for two years with rs. Brenner's family in analapan, are represented by Joshua Elites, a lawyer whose office is in Freehold. Fund-raiser auditions set in Freehold Twp. By TERRY OORE FREEHOLD TOWNSHP - Auditions have been set for the musical marathon fund-raiser to benefit Todd Lotozo, 9, the Freehold Township High School graduate who was paralyzed from- the chest down in a swimming accident last June. Jonathan Enterprises, of the Sheraton Gardens entertainment division, will audition local musicians tomorrow at the hotel from noon to 4 p.m. The marathon will take place July 3 from 4-0 p.m. "Continuous music, including the big band sound and top forty groups," will be proviucu, sain v.,,,. vvsrnacs, she inai - athon coordinator. All proceeds from the benefit will go into the Todd Lotozo Rehabilitation Fund "to be used at the discretion of the family," Womack said. Womack hopes that enough money will be raised "so that a therapeutic wing could be added to their home a bedroom with a handicapped bathroom." Womack estimated "that such an addition would -eest-approximatcly $60,000. "And that's a very minimal figure," she added. Womack said she expects July 3 to be "an upbeat kind of day. We'd like to see an all-out effort from the community." Although the Sheraton Gardens previously has been intivities. "this is the first time we've taken on something like this We expect a lot of people.'' Womack described Lotozo as "a delightful, determined young man.". Todd's mother. Dale, said her family will attend the fund-raiser. Her son is "a little embarrassed" about the benefit, she said. "But he's very grateful. He's really over-* whelmed by everything. People have really gone out of their way for him." Donations of $5 per person will be taken at the door on July 3. Tickets also are sold in advance at the Sheraton Gardens on Route 537, Freehold Township;, the edical Personnel Pool on Broad Street, Rite stores. Civil defense slot open COLTS NECK - Wanted: Civil defense coordinator. Benjamin Forester, the present coordinator, has served in the slot for three years. But he says he no longer has toe time to carry out his duties. The Township Committee is accepting applicants for the post. Under state law,' every community must have a civil defense coordinator, who is expected to attend meetings and seminars that concentrate on what to do in the event of an emergency, according to Forester.. "n case of an emergency, you have to have a plan of defense," he said. "Like, if a truck going down Route 34 spills toxic waste, you have to have a plan to clean it up." Forester said the main reason be took the job was in the interest of public service. There are no requirements that must be must be met to take the job, but the coordinator must be dedicated to the position. n other business, the committee voted to suspend parking on several streets during onday's Firemen's Fair. Parking will prohibited on Village Lane, Yellowbrook Drive, Route 537, and aplecrest Road, on onday through'saturday from 6 p.m. to midnight. "The fair invariably draws cars to the area," said Township Administrator George Handzo. "The resolution will provide protection to the homeowners." township police will increase patrols is the area surrounding the fair grounds, according to ayor Thomas F.X. Foley. The committee also awarded C. H. Sutpben Co. of Tlnton Falls a contract for $02,275 for resurfacing and paving toe township roads in Dog controversy rages By GREG TREVOR KEYPORT - The clash between residents and the police department's tactics with ts drug-sniffing dog continues to intensify. A meeting last night of police officials and residents who hive accused the police department of harassment broke up aer five minutes when five residents were not allowed to take part. "t looks like they don't want to hear us," said John Walsh, one of the five barred from last night's special closed session of the Borough Council's police committee. The meeting had been arranged by Police Commissioner Edward Flynn aer seven residents described what they considered to be ncidents of police harrassuent at Tuesday's council meeting. We were told to bring who we wanted" to last nif's meeting, said Judith Hogrefe, who also attended Tuesday's session, bat wee not allowed o the closed meeting. Hogrefe's husband, Raymond - who du anew urn called it a- "kangaroo court," and added be traded heated words with PoUce Chief ichael KeUy and Capt. Howard Ruth at the meeting. Flynn said he had contacted the Hogrefes early yesterday and asked them to limit the number of people who would attend the meeting, because " didn't want it to be a shouting match, which it got to be anyway" When Flynn le the meeting and tried to get the Hogrefes to return, the argument spilled out of Borough Hall and onto the sidewalk 'They were going in push this under the table," Judith Hogrefe said,, by trying to ntimidate the three people allowed into the meettag., ke Hs«refes aed their fellow residents have accused two officers of harrassraent - Roth and Special Officer Anthony Piegaro, who supervises use of the borough's narcotics-sniffing canine. The dog is named Bummer. The accusers have cited several incidents in which they say the officers did not conduct tbemselvee n accordance wttn tow iaw.. -The committee says ts Job >e tofirst determine exactly what happened on the nights in question. Reports indicate that last Friday, Piegaro had Bummer, a 9-yearold white German shepherd, search the car of resident ark Hollingsworth for possible drugs. The Hogrefes son, John, said Piegaro "had no suspicion there were drugs" n the car, and when HolUngsworth protested the search, "Piegaro grabbed bis shirt and told him to keep his mouth shut." But Piegaro said; " was walking the dog through the path of cars," at the municipal parking lot on American Legion Drive, "when Bummer picked up on a narcotics scent and palled me toward (Holllngsworth's) car." Bummer detected e marijuana scent in the car's ashtray, according to Piegaro. A subsequent search, however, turned up no illegal drugs. Piegaro laid he could not have grabbed HolUngsworth, because "be was behind four police offi.-rs" Tip pays off -Freeholder Frank A. Self, le, hands an oversize check for $,000 to county electrician Joseph T. Walkosz of Wayside at yesterday's meeting of the Board of Chosen Freeholders in Freehold. Walkosz was cited for his suggestion on how to cut electricity bills at the county reclamation center. Electrician saves county $ FREEHOLD - Thanks to a Up from a reclamation center electrician, the county will save at least $25,000 in electricity bills annually, Freeholder Frank A. Self announced yesterday. The cost-saving suggestion earned Joseph T. Walkosz of Wayside $,000 from the county's suggestions and awards committee. Self presented Walkosz an oversized check and a certificate of appreciation yesterday atthe Board of Chosen Freeholders meeting. Earlier this year, Walkosz told his supervisor -at the reclamation center of a special discount offered by the Jersey Central Power and Light Co. for "curtailed electrical use," Superintendent John L. Gray of the county landfill said. Aer studying tkt suggestion, Gray said, the county decided it was feasible and obtained the discount. n exchange (or the lower rates, JCPatL may cut back on electrical service at any time, up to a maximum of 50 hours per year. "We realized that t was a fairly flexible operation," Gray said, adding, "we (can) cooperate without tno much of a problem " The Tlnton Falls landfill operates solely on electricity. Gray said. Nevertheless, in two electrical cutbacks so far this summer, the landfill has not been forced to curtail its services, according to the superintendent. Self said the county expects to save money every year as a result of Walkosz' suggestion. According to Freeholder Director Harry Larrison Jr., f all goes well in the next 2 months, the county,may call Walk-' on back in for another bonus.

20 . 02 The Ufcity Register FRDAY, JULY'S. 963 AROUND THE COUNTY krihtaila APPREHENDED Drew D. Danoelo, 8, isaccident in which his car, right, struck both a taken into custody by Tinton Falls police Wednesday night aer he allegedly le the scene of disabled car and its driver on Sycamore Avenue. an an charged in hit-run ;.! TNTON FALLS - A West Lorn. Branch man was charged in a hitand-run accident Wednesday night oii Sycamore Avenue, west of Hope Hoad. that le a Red Bank man injured.. Drew D. Dangelo. 8, of 6 Arlene Dtive. was charged with driving under the influence, reckless driving, leaving the scene of an accident and falling to report an accident. Police said Dangelo was apprehended by an unidentified motorist who made a citizen's arrest aer motorist detained Dangelo until Pathe alleged kit and run..trolman Robert Roach arrived and Police said Henry E. Hardy, 6, notified Tinton Falls police. of 64 Sunset Ave., Red Bank, and his Dangelo was released pending a wife Lorraine were traveling west unicipal Court hearing on Aug. 23. on Sycamore Avenue when their vehicle became disabled. Dangelo Hardy was admitted to Riverview Hospital with a possible broken leg. struck Hardy's car, then hit Hardy His wife was uninjured. and le the scene without stopping, according to police. Sgt L. Robert JanTauscn and A motorist and his wife then followed Dangelo's car to the on- the arresting and investigating of- Patrolman Preston Hampton were mouth all parking lot, where the «ficers Two sides to 'bummer' i continued i incidents the Hogrefes brought up ' Friday night, Ruth ordered summonses be given to John Hogrefe and about 20 friends for public drinking, even though Hogrefe contended he hadn't been drinking Hogrefe said his friends had only brought 6 beers with them, which was not enough for all of them to be drinking But Ruth said they had 36 beers with them, and were surrounded by another 24 empty bottles n the future, if the police discover a fraction of a group of people drinking in an area. Kelly said. everybody will get a summons. There is no such thing as selective enforcement Raymond Hogrefe called this approach guilt by association. " and said he will contact the American Civil Liberties Union to determine whether it is unconstitutional. The Hogrefes also said they will look into another case involving Piegaro. Last Saturday, Piegaro and fellow officer John Doerr arrested Ronald Boyle for driving while intoxicated and reckless driving. But Boyle tried to lea«-tbe scene, and when Piegaro tried to stop him, the officer said, Boyle punched him twice / According to John HogreW though, who witnessed the incident!) Piegaro struck Boyle, and aer put-\ ting handcuffs on him, hit his head... four times on the back of Boyle's car incident with Piegaro occurred. At that time "he was fine," she said, but when she picked her son up at the police station, he had marks on his body from injuries that occurred during the incident. On the advice of his lawyer, Ronald Boyle declined comment on the incident. Piegaro said Boyle told officers at the scene that he had been in a fight earlier that evening, which caused the injuries. But John Hogrefe, who sail he also witnessed the fight, said, "it b d ^ ^ X ttct with Hogre(es said he sees ^^ Jssociates. Boyle's mother. ary, safd "she e 've got the facts straight in saw her son 0 minutes before the my mind, " Flvnn said. Stavola runs out of time By DANEL LOWENTHAL RL'SON - t's been two years singe the Stavola Cunuai'timj Cumpany nc received approval and a list of stipulations to satisfy on subdividing 7': acres into nine lots off of Ridge Road, and the Borough Council last night decided that two years is long enough The stipulations, 'issued by the PRRDi i H ;;:-l_". tion of drainage and sanitary sewers with a pump station, a water system, buffer zones between the new lots and adjacent properties, borough approved street lights, and 26-foot wide roads with cul-de-sacs and Belgian block curbs Since the September 98 subdivision approval, the roads have been installed and a house has been built on one of the lots. But according to the planning board's attorney, the Tinton Falls firm has been negligent in carrying out a number of other requirements "The Planning Board strongly believes that the situation cannot continue in a status quo situation. Defense slot is open COLTS NECK Wanted: Civil defense coordinator Benjamin Forester..the present coordinator, has served in the slot for three years But lie says he no; longer has the time to carry out his duties The Township Committee is accepting applicants for the post. Under state law, every community must have a civil defense coordinator, who is expected to attend meetings and seminars that concentrate on what to do in the event of an emergency, according to. Forester. "n case of an emergency, you have to have a plan of defense. " he said. "Like, if a truck going down Route 34 spills toxic waste, you- have to have a plan to clean it up." Forester said the main reason he took the'job was in the interest of public service. There are no requirements that must be must be met to take the job, but _ the coordinator must be 'dedicated id the position and therefore, urges that the ayor 'and Council take the necessary steps to begin proceedings to dedaretin; pel fui malice bund of Stavola Contracting Company nc in default and proceed against the developer and the bonding company.'' Eugene A adanza, the attorney, wrote the mayor and council. n response, the Borough Council the bonding company in charge of Stavola s $25,027 performance bond pay for the remaining improvements. To satisfy the conditions of the subdivision, Stavola must finish the pumping stations, resoil and seeding near where the old Harding Road driveway was ripped Up and replaced with a paved road, and complete the curbing, J. Gary Sammon, borough administrator, said. The lot is located at 57 Ridge Road, the site of the former Harding Estate. n other business, the council hopes to capitalize on a recently passed law permitting municipalities to fix speed limits on selfcontained roads without approval of the slate Commissioner of Trans- Councilman Charles S. Callman has targeted the section of Rumson Road south to the Shrewsbury River as the first priority. The permitted 50 mile-pef-hour speed limit makes the road too hazardous for the area, Callman argued, as the two other Charles F Paterno agreed. it's a residential street with children and animals," Callman said. He added that the council will contact the state about what must be done to lower the speed limit. Under a bill signed into law June 27, municipalities have greater flexibility setting speed limits and parking time limits, designating stop and yield intersections and handicapped parking spots, and prohibiting general parking. The council also authorized the borough engineer to advertise for/ bids for resurfacing the two tennis courts at Rogers Park. TRAVEL as of July 5th our new location 35 APLE PLACE, KEYPORT (Across From St. Jj, Professional Travel Counselors Specializing in Cruises & Tours (ndependent or group) Business and ncentive Travel POLARS TRAVEL SERVCE timhcr ARTA A TA Ct A t AC Our phone number remains thf somr! Call (s Feast celebration begins LONG BRANCH - The traditional Feast of Oar Lady U ount Cannel will be celebrated this year for four days, beginning today through Sunday, at Holy Trinity Church. Prospect Street The celebration will opes with a 5 p.m. High an, follow* by a procession tana* the local streets AD arrangements have been made by church members, the Holy Name Society. The Rosary Altar Society and parish clergy Soup kitchen warms up LONG BRANCH - Representative* from local churches and county agencies met once again this week to discuss plans for a soup kitchen on Broadway. According to Jack Atwood, a member of the vestry of St. James Episcopal Church on Broadway, his church has informally agreed to bouse the kitchen. "We've more or less decided we're going to give it a shot," he said. The kitchen, which Atwood predicts will open by mid-september, will provide free lunches five days a week, he said. According to Atwood, there is significant poverty n the neighborhood surrounding the church, which includes City Hall. He said people come to the church every week asking for food or financial assistance. have felt that by introducing plans for a bigger house -,500 square feet in accordance with township minimum standards the Bremen were attempting to "put one over on them," r. Brenner said. Long Branch cop cited LONG BRANCH - The City Council last night awarded Police Officer Ralph DeFillipo a certificate of commendation for his apprehension of two homicide witnesses in ay. The witnesses were apprehended by DeFillipo shortly aer a double shooting at the Off Broadway Bar on Fourth Avenue. They were held as material witnesses and consequently, a suspect in the murder was arrested. "The investigation of this murder was brought to a rapid conclusion dueto the immediate apprehension and actions taken by Officer DeFillipo," read a statement by Capt. John N. Bucdero. POLCE BEAT ' Visitors to the kitchen will not be requiredto prove a need for assistance, Atwood said. ««. : r. Plans for the kitchen evolved from discussion ar- an died iatntinff fire ranged by the county project. Dialogue, which brings together clergy and representatives of the onmouth County Board of Social Services and the onmouth Family Center. So far only one Long Branch church is participating in the project. Atwood said he is soliciting help from others. Representatives from St. ary's Church n Colts Neck, St. James emorial Episcopal Church and the onmouth Baptist Church, both in Eaton town, were also present at last Tuesday's meeting at St James here. Leo Garvey, from Pathways, nc., a local program for mentally disturbed outpatients, also attended to recommend involving his clients as volunteer servers in the program. No name has been chosen for the proposed dining room, but "Long Branch Lunch" and "Soup's On" are being considered, said Atwood, who is co-chairman of the planning committee. The program will rely heavily on donations, he added. Termite appeal causes stir ARLBORO - The owners of a tiny, termiteridden bouse off Union Hill Road said yesterday that their appeal to the Township Council will be the final step along a rocky and just too narrow road home. Two years ago this month. Chuck and Joanne Brenner discovered extensive and expensive termite damage to the entire foundation of their recentlypurchased house, which had been determined by a private extermination company to have only minor termite damage in one window sill. Almost two years and an out-of-court settlement later, the Brenners found themselves before the Zoning Board of Adjustment seeking a variance that would have allowed them to tear down the pest-infested bungalow and build a larger houseto replace it. On April b, aer six months of testimony, the board voted 6-2 to deny the variance, which was required because the Brenners' property does not front on a nized township road. n casting their votes against the application, several board members said the 300-foot-long unimproved roadway actually a tree-lined right-of-way established before the zoning ordinances were draed at 2 feet wide istoonarrow for emergency vehicles. " appreciate their concern for my welfare, but don't think that's toe real reason they turned us down," Jjfe Branngr out He helievai board; members mav as B si»sss B HO WELL TOWNSHP - A township man who tried to extinguish a bouse fire yesterday without calling the fire department died when he became trapped by the flames, officials said. The body of Joseph Kenny Butler, 33, was found in a closettowhich he apparently had retreated when unabletobring the blaze under control, said Fire Chief James Cadigan Officals said Butler awakened a roommate and a visitor when the fire erupted at 3 a.m., telling them to bring a garden hose with which to douse flames on the second floor. But the roommate, Terry Coyle, and the visitor, Frank Attardi of Jersey City, were unable to reach Butler because of the flames, officials said. Police were alerted at 3:7 a.m. when neighbors in the rural area called in the alarm. Patrolman Donald cgirr said s. Coyle ran into the street yelling that there was fire. cgirr said flames had engulfed the second floor when officials arrived at the 4 axim Southard Road home. Officials investigating it appeared the fire, brought under control within 20 minutes, was accidental but they had not determined its cause. The borne is attached to four storage garages, which were not damaged, Cadigan said. Faces murder attempt charge FREEHOLD A county grand jury has indicted an Atlantic Highlands man for allegedly attempting to murder a 26-year-old Long Branch his ex-girlfriend, a 26-year-old Long Branch artist. Roy ccurdy, 26, of Ocean Boulevard, was charged with attempted murder, three counts of aggravated assault, and two weapons offenses in connection with a ay 26 knife attack on Caren Cote. The alleged assault occurred at the victim's West End Avenue home near 7 a.m. According to one witness, ccurdy allegedly broke down Cote's bedroom door and stabbed her several times with a hunting knife. 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21 NEGHBORHOOD NEWS,, FRDAY, JULY The Daily Register B3 Postal exhibit scheduled at the Spy House DDLET0WN - An exhibition of postal cancellations honoring the nation's bicentennial in 976 will be presented from to 5 p.m. Sunday July 24, in the Spy House useum, Port onmouth. ncluded in the colorful exhibit are unique pictorial cancellations with historical themes from cities and towns throughout the country and some foreign post offices, all cancelled July 4,976. The prize-winning exhibit is part oi the collection of Edmund P. Re- KnlsUr ole >v Carl Parlno POSTAL EXHBT'S PROUD POSSESOR Edmund P. Rezetko, of iddletown, displays silver trophy and part of his prize-winning postal exhibition featuring historical cancellations which he will exhibit at the Spy House useum in Port onmouth from to 5 p.m. Sunday, July 24. zetko, of iddletown, who is a member of the Hazlet Stamp Club and vice president of the Central Jersey Federation of Stamp Clubs. Although most of the post offices applied the simple circular cancel on July 4, a great number added pictorial cancellations or slogans identifying the community with some event in the nation's fight for independence. One-day post offices were placed in operation at places of historic importance and special one-day cancels were applied by hand, oen on a Sunday, when post offices are normally closed, according to Rezetko. Postal facilities were also set up at stations and ports visited by the American Freedom Train and the New York festival barge. Stops they made, on July 4, received the coveted (ancef. i of the more interesting lor eign mncels is a set of commemomtive covers honoring the tall shiks, part of Operation Sail in New Ylrk Harbor Special arrange-, ments were made with the Soviet postal authorities for cancelling these covers in oscow. Cancellations honoring Operation Sail were also provided by V. S. Postal facilities set up at South Street Seaport in lower anhattan that day. Rezetko's exhibit received first and second place awards in the Seashore Philatelic Exhibition in Atlantic City not long ago and has been shown in the Eatontown and Little Silver useums and the Eastern branch of the onmouth County Library. The Spy House useum, through the Preservationists, sponsors an exhibit or demonstration open to the public monthly. rous OUR58TH YEAR HAS '20%; OFF \ VNYL ROLL-UPS J WE HAVE EVERYTHNG FOR YOUR PORCH... roll up blinds, snack tables porch rugs lamps 'folding furniture BEACH TOWELS S , udbermaid Covered Wastebasket mfg. list $ 8 95 NOW $ 5.99 STRAW BEACH ATS 32«70 $.99 EVERYTHNG! OPEN DALY 8 to 5:30 p.m. Fri. til 9 p.m. Here today here tomorrow TELESCOPE ADJUSTABLE N-CHASE 74 &* Broad St. Red Bank ProwrVs >ias ii all tor youf picnic and beach outings, ice chests, thermos lugs. Zones sandals, thongs, paper plates - plastic forks, spoons, sunglasses summer hats, beach lowels. 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22 BSPORTS The Daily Register FRDAY.JULY 5,983 Your Town 4 FNANCAL 8 CLASSFED 0 ATAWAN ABERDEEN HAZLET KEANSBURG KEYPORT UNON BEACH Two sides to Keyport's 'bummer 9 By GREG TREVOR KEYPORT - The clash between residents and the police department's tactics with its drug-sniffing dog continues to intensify. A meeting last night of police officials and residents who have accused the police department of harassment broke up aer five minutes when five residents were not allowed to take part. "t looks like they don't want to hear us," said John Walsh, one of the five barred from last night's special closed session of the Borough Council's police committee. The meeting had been arranged by Police Commissioner Edward Flynn aer seven residents described what they considered to be incidents of police harrassment at Tuesday's council meeting. "We were told to tying wfco we wanted" to last night's meeting, said Judith Hogrefe, who also attended Tuesday's session, but was not allowed into the closed meeting. Hogrefe's husband, Raymond who did attend the closed session called it a "kangaroo court," and added he traded heated words with Police Chief ichael Kelly and Capt. Howard Ruth at the meeting. Flynn said he had contacted the Hogrefes early yesterday and asked them to limit the number of people who would attend the meeting, because " didn't want it to be a shouting match, which it got to be anyway" When Flynn le the meeting and tried to get the' Hogrefes to return, the argument spilled out of Borough Hall and onto the sidewalk. "They were going to push this under the table," Judith Hogrefe 'said, by trying to intimidate the three people allowed into the meeting. The Hogrefes and their fellow residents have accused two officers of harrassment Ruth and Special Officer Anthony Piegaro, who supervises use of the borough's narcotics-sniffing canine. The dog is named Bummer The accusers have cited several incidents in which they sav the officers did not conduct themselves in accordance with the law. The committee says its job is to first determine exactly what happened on the nights in question. Reports indicate that last Friday, Piegarohad Bummer, a 9-yearold white German shepherd, search the car of resident ark Hollingsworth for possible drugs The Hogrefes son, John, said Piegaro "had no suspicion there were drugs" in the car, and when Hollingsworth protested the search, "Piegaro grabbed his shirt and told him to keep his mouth shut ' But Piegaro said: " was walking the dog through the path of cars," at the municipal parking lot on American Legion Drive, "when Bummer picked up on a narcotics scent and pulled me toward (Hollingsworth's) car." Bummer detected a marijuana scent in the car's ashtray, according to Piegaro. A subsequent search, however, turned up no illegal drugs. Piegaro said he could not have grabbed Hollingsworth, because "he was behind four police officers." But Raymond Hogrefe said Piegaro has threatened to have the dog attack them if they do not submit to a search n addition, Hogrefe's buibfess partner, Stephen Cosgriff, said ve seen the dog sniff, and they're using it to harass the kids." Cosgriff added he saw the officer use the dog to conduct a random" drug search at Cedar Street Park. Piegaro, however, said, "any type of search is done on a control basis," aer a policeman has determined probable cause that someone is concealing illegal substances. "You don't use this dog as a threat," Piegaro also said. "He is not a ferocious, vicious dog. can take him off a lead, and he won't bother anybody." Bummer has also been effective in other areas of police work, Ruth said. n the eight months since the precinct began using the dog, he has helped officers search houses on two occasions. "The people were afraid to enter their homes," Ruth said, because they thought someone was hiding inside. On each occasion, the dog searched the house and found no one inside. But if Bummer had discovered a person hiding? Ruth said, "the dog would have held him at bay." and not attacked the person unless threatened. ost people in town "are really ecstatic about the work the aog nas done," Piegaro said. But although Flynn said he is assured Bummer is being used prop- - erly, he added that he will keep a closer eye on how the ponce utilize the dog. " know better now how the dog is being used," Flynn said, "and will know better in the future." The commissioner added that, on occasion, he will probably ride with Piegaro and Bummer while they are on duty. Flynn also said he is satisfied with the way Piegaro and Ruth conducted themselves during two other See Two, page B2 UW Pluto bv Larry Pir HERE'S BUER Bummer, Keyport Police Department's drug-sniffing German shepherd, rests atop police car with, from le, Officer Anthony Piegaro, Steve and William Duncan and Chris Gates. Union Beach makes way for 'The Bay 9 By PETE WALTON UNON BEACH - The Borough Council last night vacated a portion of Front Street, clearing the way for construction of a restaurant on Raritan Bay. -Bya- -"m*rit, the- council voted to turn over the land despite objections from residents who said the borough should have charged a fee for turning over the land. But Borough Attorney Robert B. Thaler explained that the munici- nahiv had no leeal basis" for charging a fee for the transfer. f?.* The property and an adjacent tract owned by Fred and Pauline Hall will be sold to a Rumson couple and a Red Bank surgeon who will construct and operate the restaurant, which will be known as "The Bay." The developers are Theodore and Elaine Sourlis of Rumson, and Dr. William L. Wood, who is also a partner in Long John's restaurant in Highlands. Councilman Richard Ellison said he was "happy" that the borough cleared the way for development of the restaurant, which he said was in a "prime location." Ellison said he would assist in the application for a federal Urban Development Action Grant to assist in funding the project. The borough expects to receive Dodik, DiCicca at odds? UNON BEACH - An alternate member of the borough's Zoning Board of Adjustment told the Borough Council last night that "an unfortunate incident" took place this week between a councilman and a member of the zoning beard. Peter Dodik said a "confrontation" took place between the council's liason to the Planning Board, Councilman Frank QiCicca, and board member Peter eglow. " Dodik, who was present at the zoning board meeting Wednesday night, said there was a verbal exchange between the two men which led to the filing of charges- Borough police received a report of the disturbance at 8:38 p.m., but by the time they arrived at the municipal building, the incident was over. According to police sources, DiCicca filed an unspecified complaint against eglow. Dodik said he mentioned the dispute at last night's council meeting because his (Dodlk's) "integrity was questioned" during Out Koine board meeting. -PETE WALTON $3,000 a year in taxes from the restaurant, according to Ellison. The restuarant will displace a boat ramp currently used by some residents, even though Council President Paul J. Smith Jr. says the ramp is "illegal" in the eyes of the slate. Smith asked that the council look into relocating the boat ramp, but Councilwoman Rita Graham said the borough "could be pleasantly surprised" if the restaurant developers decide to relocate the n other action, toe council passed a resolution opposing a cable, television rate increase in the borough. TKR Cable filed a petition last month with the State Board of Public Untilities requesting a hike in basic charges and installation fees. n the resolution, the council urged the state not to grant the increase. Graham abstained from the vote saying she was "in favor of free enterprise." Councilman John Keating cast the lone negative vote on the resolution. Councilman Frank DiCicca asked that special police officers be assigned to patrol the borough's new park during the evening hours. DiCicca said he was "concerned" about reports of vandalism at Scholer Park, and asked that extra patrols be started between 8 p.m. and midnight during the summer months. Division of Youth and Family Services, Job Services, and State Parole Board workers manned an informational picket line yesterday in front of DYFS offices on Broad Street. Workers have been without a contract since July. Joe Liggio, shop steward for Parole personnel picket Rwlstt r photo by Dw Lordl the iddletown D.Y.F.S. office and bargaining representative for the professional unit of Local 039, was on hand to update picketers on the bargaining issue. Highlands subdivision mulled By VNCE ANNNG TP PAYS OFF Freeholder Prank A. Self, le, hands an oversize check for $,000 to county electrlciap Joseph T. Walkosz of Wayside at yesterday's meeting of the Board of Chosen Freeholders in Freehold. Walkosz was cited for r»is sagoeswf on now"to rurwextrtctr-brlts-'at - HGHLANDS - The Planning Board last night began a preliminary review of an application for a major subdivision of property located on Route 36. adjacent to the onmouth Hills section. the county reclamation center. The county will sa.ve at least SW.uuu in electricity bills annually because of the suggestion. According to Freeholder Director Harry Larr.js^n Jr., if all goes well n the next 2 months,4b county may call k n for anotherfcanuo. The application was made by Seacrest Associates, 22 Navesink Ave. Highlands. According to Jack West lake of Seacrest, the application concerns a two-acre parcel which, Seacrest wishes (o divide into eight separate single-family homes. The construction, Westlake said, would be a conforming use and would not require any variances from local zoning regulations. n another matter, the board was informed by its attorney, Thomas Hirsch' of Ocean, that it had been named in a suit brought before Superior Court by one of its own members, ary Lundin. Hirsch explained that the the planning board had "some time ago" denied a variance on the application of William and Dorothy Shell for a subdivision of property located at the triangular intersection of Prospect. Bay, and iller avenues. The Shells then appealed the board decision to the Borough Council, also named in the suit. The council overuled the board and granted the variances Lundin, who has abstained from action in her official capacity on the matter, then appealed the council's decision to Superior Court. According to Hirsch, the principles in the suit are Lundin and the council, and the planning board is essentially "out of it." Boaters beginning trip up the Hudson RED BANK - Theodore T. through Highlands and then under - Narozanick. the onmouth County the Verrezano-Narrows Bridge. administrator who doubles as the Upon arriving, the club members, who conduct their meetings at commodore of the Old Red Bank Yacht Club, will lead more than 80 rwins' Yacht Works in the borough, boaters tomorrow on a trip up the Hudson River. will take a two-hour tour of the museum, which has been open for Along with Narozanick's 34-foot almost a year. cabin cruiser. 4 boats will journey to the U.S. aircra carrier itrepid s Air-Sea-Space useum, on World War, and the Korean and The aircra carrier served in Pier 86 on anhattan's west side. Vietnam Wars. t docked n San The trip will start in wed Bank on- gr?nri«nn h»inr» hrtng j the Ntvesiak River, continue New York a few years ago. j

23 B2 The Daily Register FRDAY, JULY S, 983 Two AROUND THE COUNTY an died fighting fire HOWELL TOWNSHP - A township man who tried to extinguish a house fire yesterday without calling the fire department died when he became trapped by the flames, officials said. The body of Joseph Kenny Butler. 33, was found in a closet to which he apparently had retreated when unable to bring the blaze under control, said Fire Chief James Cadigan. Officals said Butler awakened a roommate and a visitor when the fire erupted at 3 a.m., telling them to bring a garden hose with which to douse flames on the second floor. But the roommate. Terry Coyle, and the visitor. Frank Attardi of Jersey City, were unable to reach Butler because of the flames, officials said. Police were alerted at 3:7 a.m. when neighbors in the rural area called in the alarm. Patrolman Donald cliirr said s. Coyle ran into the street yelling that there was fire cgirr said flames had engulfed the second floor when officials arrived at the 4 axim Southard Road home. Officials investigating it appeared the fi»>, brought under control within 20 minutes, was accidental but ihey had not determined its cause. The home ia.it tacilfd to four storage garages, 'which were not damaged. Cadigan said. NEGHBORHOOD NEWS Faces murder attempt charge Postal exhibition set at Spy House useum DDLETOWN - An exhibition of postal cancellations honoring the nation s bicentennial in 976 will be presented from to 5 [i H Sunday. July 24. in the Spy House useum. Port onmouth ncluded in the colorful exhibit are unique pictorial cancellations with historical themes from cities and towns throughout the country and some foreign pcisi offices, all cancelled July The' prize-winning exhibit is part ol the collection ill Kdmuncl ' Re zetko, ol iddletown, who is a member of the Hazlet Stamp Club and vice president of the Central Jersey Federation of Stamp Clubs. Although most of the post offices applied the :ple circular cancel on July 4. a great number added pictorial cancellations or slogans identifying the community with some event in the nation's fight for independence. One-day post offices were placed in operation at places of historic importance and special oneday cancels were applied by hand, oen on a Sunday, when post offices are normally closed, according to Rezetko Postal facilities were also set up at stations and ports visited by the American Freedom Train and the New York festival barge. Stops they made on July 4, received the coveted cancel One of the more in teresting foreign cancels is a set of commemorative covers honoring the tall Ships, part of Operatidff FREEHOLD - A county grand jury has indicted an Atlantic Highlands man for allegedly attempting to murder a 26-year-old Long Branch his ex-girlfriend, a 26-year-old Long Branch artist. Roy ccurdy, 36, of Ocean Boulevard, was charged with attempted murder, three counts of aggravated assault, and two weapons offenses in connection with a ay 26 knife attack on Caren Cote. The alleged assault occurred at the victim's West End Avenue home near 7 a.m. According to one witness, ccurdy allegedly broke down Cote's bedroom door and stabbed her several times with a hunting knife. The alleged assailant has been described as an unemployed rock musician who once played guitar for the Attachments. The son of a prominent Atlantic Highlands pediatrician, ccurdy was a scholarshipwinning athlete at Henry Hudson High School. Cote, who stopped dating ccurdy two years before the incident, is the manager of Artworld Galleries in Seaview Square all, Ocean. She was hospitalized alter me attack tor treatment Of stab wounds, but has since been discharged. Sail in New York Harbor. Special arrangements were made with the Soviet postal authorities for cancelling these covers in oscow. Cancellations honoring Operation Sail were also provided by U. S. Postal facilities set up at South Street Seaport in lower anhattan that day Rezetko's exhibit received first and second place awards in the Seashore Philatelic Exhibition in Atlantic City not long ago and has been shown in the Katontown and Little Silver useums and the Eastern branch of the onmouth County Library The Spy House useum, through the Preservationists, sponsors an exhibit or demonstration open t«i the public monthly. sides to 'bummer 9 (continued) incident! the Hogrefes brought up. Friday night, Ruth ordered summonses be given to John Hogrefe and about 20 friends for public drinking, even though Hogrefe contended he hadn't been drinking. Hogrefe said hi* friends had only brought 6 beers with them, which was not enough for all of them to be drinking. But Ruth said they had 36 beers with them, and were surrounded by another 24 empty bottles. n the future, if the police discover a fraction of a group of people drinking in an area, Kelly laid, "everybody will get a summons. There is no such thing as selective enforcement." Raymond Hogrefe called this approach "guilt by association," and said he will contact the American CivU Liberties Union to determine whether it is unconstitutional. The Hogrefes also said they will look into another case involving Piegaro. Last Saturday, Piegaro and fellow officer John Doerr arrested Ronald Boyle for driving while intoxicated and reckless driving. But Boyle tried to leave the scene, and when Piegaro tried to stop him, the officer said, Boyle punched him twice. According to John Hogrefe, though, who witnessed the incident, Piegaro struck Boyle, and aer putting handcuffs on him, hit his head four times on the back of Boyle's car. Boyle's mother, ary, said she saw her son 0 minutes before the incident with Piegaro occurred. At that time "he was fine," she said, but when she picked her son up at the police station, he had marks on his body from injuries that occurred during the incident. On the advice of his lawyer, Ronald Boyle declined comment on the incident. Piegaro said Boyle told officers at the scene that he had been in a fight earlier that evening, which caused the injuries. But John Hogrefe, who said he also witnessed the fight, said, "it was not so bad that he had a bunch of bruises on him." Flynn, meanwhile, said he sees no need to try and reconcile the matter with the Hogrefes and their associates. "'ve got the facts straight in my mind," Flynn said. Civil defense slot is open COLTS NECK - Wanted; Civil defense coordinator Benjamin Forester, the present coordinator, has served in the slot for three years. But he says he no longer has the time to carry out his duties. The Township Committee is accepting applicants for the post. Under state law, every community must have a civil defense coordinator, who is expected to attend meetings and seminars that concentrate on what to do in the event of an emergency, according to Forester. "n case of an emergency, you have to have a plan of defense," he said. "Like, if a truck going down bute 34 spills toxic waste, you have to have a plan to clean it up." Forester said the main reason he took the job was in the interest of public service. There are no requirements that must be must be met to take the job, but the coordinator must be dedicated to the position. SALE! SALE SALE! Stardust Pools By Walor Construction Co.lOur 23rd year! FREE! 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Lang, known to her friends as Jo, is a native of Shrewsbury Aer retiring in 96, Lang came to live in Red Bank and joined the Greater Red Bank Area LWV. Since th;ii time, she has Jield a variety, of offices encompassing.state, county and local levels in the league organization As Chairperson of the Water Conservation, she initiated the study and investigation of burnt fly bog Upon graduation from Red Bank High School, Lang earned her bachelor's and master's degrees in social studies and guidance from New York University and Columbia. Joining the public school system in Linden. N. she combined a teaching career with League activity, organizing a local LWV unit in Linden. BJSTORANTE< We have expanded! for your convenience. Come join our fine friendly atmosphere. 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24 COUNTY CALENDAR TODAY HAZLET - Free high blood pressure screenings for anyone t through 64 years oj age will take place from 0 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Foodtown on Route 36. The screenings are made possible by a grant from the State Health Department and are conducted with the cooperation of COSS Nursing Services and the health officers in the county. TOORROW RED BANK - ntermediate sailing lessons will be offered by the onmouth County Park System at' arine Park, Red Bank Either half day (from 9 a.m. to p.m. i or full day sessions (9 a.m. to i p.m.) may be arranged. Participants should have completed basic sailing courses. For further information, contact program reservations, Thompson Park. DDLETOWN - A day bike trip near the illstone Canal will be sponsored by the onmouth County Park System, beginning at 8 a.m. Contact program reservations at Thompson Park for information on the 2-4 hour ride., FREEHOLD - The 983 turtle APPREHENDED Drew D. Dangelo, 8, of West Long Branch, is taken into custody by Tinton Falls police Wednesday night aer he allegedly le the scene of an accident in which his car, right, struck both a disabled car and its driver on Sycamore Avenue. Police said Dangelo was apprehended by an unidentified motorist who made a citizen's arrest aer the alleged hit and run. Police said Henry E. Hardv, 6, of 64 Sunset Ave., Red Bank, and his wife Lorraine were traveling west on flnb For A Job or Service Done Fast A Efficient Qualifying Race will be sponsored by the onmouth County Park System at Turkey Swamp Park shelter building, Georgia Road. Registration will begin at 0 a.m. with post time at 0:30 a.m. The grand final will be held at the County Fair. Both land and water turtles can compete for ribbons or the "Turtle Cup." TUESDAY KEANSBURG - The Department of Parks and Recreation is sponsoring an aerobics class, beginning at 7 p.m. at the JFK Community Center. To register, contact the center, 79 Carr Ave. Rnllltr photo b»cirlforlno Sycamore Avenue when their vehicle became disabled. Dangelo struck Hardy's car, then hit Hardv and le the scene without stopping, according to police. A motorist and his wife then followed Dangelo's ca.r to the onmouth all parking lot, where the motorist detained Dangelo until Patrolman Robert Rosch arrived -and notified Tinton Falls police. Hardy was admitted to Riverview Hospital with a possible broken leg. His wife was uninjured. Vte the Handy Gaide Below KEYPORT - cdonald's invites of Bayshore Community Hospital children to free movietime at 3 p.m. Tuesdays. will meet at 8 p.m. in the hospital boardroom. THURSDAY RED BANK - Families HOLDEL The Ostomv Club Anonymous, a self-support group for OUR 58TH YEAR rous HAS '20%; OFF \ VNYL ROLL UPS' WE HAVE EVERYTHNG FOR YOUR PORCH... roll up blinds ' snack tables ; porch rugs ' folding lurniture lamps BEACH TOWELS $ 6.99., FRDAY, JULY 5,983 The Daily Register B3 ubbermaid Covered Wastebaskel mfg. list SQ95»8 NOW '5.99 STRAW BEACH ATS 32x70 S.99 parents of children who use drugs or alcohol or who have related behavioral problems, will meet at 7:30 p.m in the fih floor solarium of the East Wing of Riverview Hospital. EVERYTHNG! OPEN DALY 8 to 5:30 p.m. Fri. til 9 p.m. Here today here tomorrow' TELESCOPE ADJUSTABLE N-CHASE $ 24" 74KW47 32 Broad St. Red Bank Prown's nas ' a" tor your picnic and beach outmgs ice chests, thermos. jugs. Zories sandats. ihongs. paper plates, plastic forks, spoons, sunglasses Summer nats. beach lowels ciuoneiia candies, replacement web' dmg tor your beach or lawn chairs Beach Umbrellas Optn Sunday 2-5 7W-37 ETROPOLTAN TRANSPORTATON Personalized Dependable Service Airports Business eetings The Piers Atlantic City Casinos Chaek Our Economy Rat** "YOUR COFORT S PRORTY ONE" CREATVE. DESGN BULDERS UyUtes Kltclwn. Roofing Window! UK Residential Commaricai All Horn* mprovements swing Fully nsured Free Estimate NO JOB TOO SALL Doors Flr»plic AlUrilloni Brick Work BROCK FARS ACTON AL BY WEBER & SONS NEED ORE LEADS? SALES? PROFTS? Ask lor guide to successful * Direct ail Compaigns Computer allin List aintenance Direct all arketing Sine* t 3468 US Hwy 9, Freehold DEPARTENT STORE TNTON FALLS this is it!! OPEN SUNDAY NUUN.>idK. SAVl50% ON OUR NURSERY STOCK Container Grown Evergreens 3,or O 395 each Azaleas 'efface * tomatoes ' corn on the cob 4for* each. ma celery, carrots 'radishes Save 25% on AU Cement Bird Bath* A Urns For the " freshest m Produce Come visit us nectarines peaches ' plums berries 'bananas pears fresh eggs Peppers nef much, much more! Thoosindj of fast silling, first quality fuiioat issy. Junior Large Size. mx. Bays & Girls! >A..to6P..-7D«yi NOW N PROGRESS

25 . B4 The Daily Register Sports FRDAY, JULY 5, 963 Stadler eats up British Open course SOUTHPORT, England (AP) - " wish it was Sunday aernoon," said Craig Stadler as he headed into the second round of the British Open golf championship with a threestroke lead. The 30-year-old golfer from Lake Tahoe, Nev., thrilled the thousands at Royal Birkdale by shooting five successive birdies on his way to a course record 64, seven strokes under par. "Obviously it's nice to be leading, but there's a heck of a lot of golf le, and a heck of a lot of good golfers on that leader board," Stadler said. " don't entertain any thoughts of winning at this stage." For one golden spell in yesterday's aernoon sun, he played such perfect golf that the fans could hardly imagine anyone else winning.. n England's freak heat wave, on' hard fairways and well watered - greens that held the ball, 9tadlerrolled in birdie putts from the 2th hole through the 6th. They were from five, 25, 30, 30 and 40 feet, n that order '. As he set out for a second trip around the 6,968-yard, par 7 course today, Stadler had two former British Open champions, Tom Watson and Bill Rogers, on his heels, plus the German Bernhard Langer, all three strokes behind at 67. Hal Sutton, British hopes Nick Faldo and Sam Torrance«nd Australians ike Ferguson and Vaughan Somers were all at 68. "t was one of those things," said Stadler modestly as he talked about his string of birdies. "Sometimes, as you stand over a putt of 30, 40 or 50 feet, you say to yourself 'Hey, this is going in.' And Uml'sliuw Uwas." Stadler had never seen the golf course until this week. Wednesday, in a practice match with Watson and Jack Nicklaus, he played the back nine- in -7-under-par; with -tweeagles and three birdies. "t was fantastic," Stadler said. "All of a sudden started making putts and got a little confident. y only game plan for the first round was to try to play the first nine well because knew could play the back nine." Stadler's string of birdies highlighted a dramatic day of golf. Rogers holed from 228 yards with a one-iron for a double eagle at the 526-yard 7th - the first double eagle in the British Open since Johnny iller shot one at uirfield in Rodger Davis of Australia aced the 84-yard 2th with a five-iron. The narrow fairways, bordered by deep rough, held no terrors for most of the golfers in the good conluqullt. ' ' Of the 5 competitors, 29 broke par. At the long 7th hole there were 7 eagles; in addition to Rogers' double, and 60 birdies. ost of the leading players stayed out of the fearsome rough, but Watson got caught in it at the 5th and lost a vital stroke. Watson, going (or his fih British Open title, put his second shot into a clump of buckthorn, bushes with silver leaves and red berries.' There was no way out. The defending champion took a penalty stroke, went back SO yard* and blasted out. He ended up with a bogey better than had seemed likely when he was scrambling about the bushes. n the very minute that Watson failed to make par, Rogers was shooting his double eagle two holes further on and the lead suddenly changed hands. Rogers gained four strokes on his rival at one go. 'liad never had a double eagle before," Rogers said. " had nevei even seen one. t sure lowers your score in a hurry," Almost 29,000 spectators a record for the first day of the tournament - packed the stands and the paths beside the fairways. Tuten in Publijix quarterfinal COLTS NECK - Defending champion Billy Tuten shrugged off what he called "inconsistent" putting to defeat Dallas painting contractor Jesse Patino 2 and on the third round of match play yesterday at the U.S. Amateur Public Links Golf Championship "'ve been trying to remember what did the last time was putting good But can't remember," Tuten, a 2-year-old native of Palatka. Flu. said aer play at the 6,922-yard Hominy Hill Golf Course. Tuten. who saw a three-hole lead dwindle to one hole aer Patino eagled the par-5 4th and made par-4 on the 5th, clinched the match when he made par-5 on the 530-yard 7th hole Tuten reached the green in two shots, but three-putted for par aer missing a 2-footer by 6 inches 've.got a good (putting) stroke 'KNCELY' DONE Cincinnati Reds catcher Alan Kniceiv, right, leaves the ground as he puts the tag on the ets' Daryl Strawberry during the Scores, B5 in me. 've just got to find it in there somewhere." said Tuten, who lost in the 98 Public Links finals to two-time champion Jodie udd and reached the semifinals in 980. " can't get comfortable over the putt. 've got to get better or 'll get knocked out." Tuten, trying to become the fourth golfer to repeat as champion, faces Gary Roush of ason, W. Va.. in the quarterfinals this morning. Roush defeated Joe alay of Weiser, daho, 3 and 2 on the third round and ousted John cgregor of Sacramento. Calif.. 4 and 2, on the second round earlier yesterday. The semifinals will be held this aernoon, with 36 holes of match play.tomorrow for the championship. Tuten, a member of the Walker Cup team that defeated Britain and reland in ay, breezed into the third round when he defeated ichael Brown of Philadelphia 6 and 4 in the second round yesterday morning. Dean Prince of San Bruno, Calif., the 978 Public Links champion, defeated 2-year-old college student ichael iles of Cypress. Calif., 2- up in another third-round match yesterday. Prince, a 45-year-old insurance salesman, clinched the match with a birdie on the par-5 7th hole and sank a 2-footer for par-4 on the 8th hole. " came out here very pessimistic, thinking was going to lose. t gets the nerves*relaxed, ' Prince said. " go on the course thinking can make par let the Attoclat rrtn ma fourth inning of last night's game. Strawberry was.trying to score from.second base on a single by Junior Ortiz. other guy get birdies to beat me." Prince, who defeated James Wright of Travis Air Force Base, Calif., 4 and 3 in the second round yesterday morning, will face Thorn Piscopink of Wayne, ich., in the quarterfinals. iles was the medalist at 2-under-par 42 alter two rounds of stroke play. On the second round of match play yesterday morning, he rallied from a three-hole deficit on the front nine to defeat Kurt Bosen of Centerville, Utah, 2-up. iles, who beat 979 Public Links champion Dennis Walsh of Groves, Texas, in a sudden death playoff on the first round of match play, had five birdies on the back nine to oust Bosen. "f had caught iles in the morning would've lost," Prince said. " sure wouldn't want to play him fora living." iik Fratl WW HAPPY 'WALRUS' Craig Stadler, nicknamed 'Walrus' by his fellow golfers, reacts to a birdie putt on the 6th green during yesterday's first round of play in the British Open. Staub's HR powers ets; Rangers crush YankeesT! NEW YORK (AP) - anager Prank Howard's blast at his New York ets following Wednesday night's loss to the Cincinnati Reds did not fall on deaf ears. The ets collected 0 hits, including a two-run pinch-homer by Rusty su uh and a two-run hoi ner by Keith Hernandez en route to a 7-4 victory over Cincinnati last night. Staub's homer, his second of the season both as a pinch hitter broke a 4-4 tie in the sixth inning and enabled Tom Seaver, 6-9, to snap a personal three-game losing streak. Seaver went six innings and was relieved by Jesse Orosco, who picked up his eighth save with onehit pitching over the final three innings. The 38-year-old Seaver struck out seven and walked four. "Aer last night, someone had to do something or Frank would have killed someone," smiled Staub, who hit a - pitch off ex-et Charlie Puleo, 3-5, over the rightcenter field wall. "'m just happy we won. Everyone thought about last night. f they didn't, they should get out of the game. The blast got everyone's attention. "You have to want to be out there and play hard," Staub continued. "Hopefully this win will give us a li for our 0-day road trip. Talk is cheap... do it on the throw to second sailed into right»eld for his second error-«i 4he- play. Sundberg scored and Tolleson advanced to third. Bell continued to second., Parrish then smashed a towering 440-foot drive beyond the bullpen in le for his 4th homer of the year, extending the Rangers^,,<-v... Aer the Rangers scored a run in the seventh and two more in the eighth, Parrish added a two-run blast to cap a three-run ninth. The Texas right fielder had four hits in five at-bats in his night's work. field." Darryl Strawberry opened- the sixth with an infield single and, two" outs later, Staub connected for his second home run of the season, both as a pinch hitter. Hernandez had gotten the ets avsn at 4-4 with a two-run shot, his seventh, in the uttn inningw Puleo, who was dealt for Seaver, allowed six runs, including the homers to Hernandez and Staub. Dan Driessen drove in the first two runs for Cincinnati with a single in the third inning. Ron Oester had a two run single in the fih. Ringers, Yankee. 2 NEW YORK - Charlie Hough pitched a five-hitter and Larry Parrish hit two homers and knocked in five runs to lead the Texas Rangers - to a beating of the New York Yankees. Hough, 8-7, struck out eight and walked three in his route-going performance. He gave the American League West-leading Rangers only their second win in their last eight games and extended his lifetime record against the Yankees to 5-0. With the Rangers losing 2-, Jim Sundberg opened Texas' third with a single off loser Shayne Rawley 8-8, and took second on a single by Wayne Tolleson. With out. Buddy Bell's grounder to third was bubbled by Graig Nettles. When Nettle's Braves 5, Phillies Z PHLADELPHA - Bob Homer's leadoff homer triggered a four-run uprising that snapped a ninth-inning tie and the Atlanta Braves held on to defeat the Philadelphia Phillies. Horner lined a full-count pitch from reliever Willie Hernandez, 4-2, for his 5th home run of the season. Homer now has 0 hits in his last 23 at-bats. Chris Chambliss followed the blast with a.triple to right-center, finishing Hernandez. Glenn Hubbard greeted Ron Reed with a single, moved to second on a passed ball on scored on Bruce Benedict's single. Winning pitcher Steve Bedrosian, 6-3, then sacrificed and Rafael Ramirez. followed with an RB single. SUER VALUE DAYS BUY NOW - and SAVE, Skylarks - Skyhawks - Centurys - Regals - LeSabres - Electras Rivieras - Estate Wagons - Renault Alliance - Jeeps - Lynx - Topaz Cougars - arquis - Grand arquis - Lincolns - ark V - Continental Yes you can StjuxjuJtr :EYP ighway 35 at Parkway Exit 7 Keyport

26 The Daily Register FRDAY, JULY 5, 983 Your Town SPORTS..., 4 FNANCAL 8 CLASSFED 0 FREEHO n ARLBORO FREEHOLD TOWNSHP- ANALAPAN COLTS N'ECK ENGLSHTOWN, arlboro abuzz over termite appeal By ROB RENALDA ARLBORO - The owners of a tiny, termite-ridden house off Union Hill Road said yesterday that their appeal to the Township Council will be the final step along a rocky and just too narrow road home. Two years ago this month, Chuck and Joanne Brenner discovered extensive and expensive termite damage to the entire foundation of their recently-purchased house, which had been determined by a private extermination'company to have only minor termite damage in one window sill.. Almost two years and an out-ofcourt settlement later, the Brenners found themselves before the Zoning. Board of Adjustment spelling a variance that would have allowed them to tear down the pest-infested bungalow and build a larger house to replace it. On April 5, aer six months of testimony, the board voted 6-2 to deny the variance, which was required because the Brenners' property does not front on a recognized township road. n casting their votes against the application, several board members said the 300-foot-long unimproved roadway actually a tree-lined right-of-way established before the zoning ordinances were draed at 2 feet wide is too narrow for emergency vehicles. " appreciate their concern for my welfare, but don't think that's the real reason they turned us down," r. Brenner said. He believes board members may have felt that by introducing plans for a bigger house,500 square feet in accordance with township minimum standards the Brenners were attempting to "put one over on them," r. Brenner said. Township fire and police officials, ncluding Patrolman Kenneth iller and former fire chief Ed Smith, said travel along the roadway would be safe for emergency vehicles, and would require only a stone surface circular driveway and the trimming of low limbs along its course. Smith said he safely and suecesfully had navigated a pumper fire engine down and around the Brenners' roadway, which r. Brenner now says actually is 5 feet wide at its narrowest point and widens as it nears the house. Their testimony will be key points that the Brenners plan to offer when they appear before the Township Council to appeal the Zoning Board's decision. That appeal will be heard at a meeting that has not yet been scheduled, but which must be heard before Aug. 9. " pray they reverse the decision," rs. Brenner said. But what if they don't? "Then we'll just let the house sit there; we have no choice," she added. "Hopefully the council will be more sympathetic than, the Zoning Board was," r. Brenner said. "f it happens, 'll be glad. But it's just EATONTOWN PCKETS Division of Youth -and Family Services, Job Services, and State Parole Board workers manned an informa- a last chance. wouldn't even have appealed it, but Joanne wanted to give it one last try." " just can't see throwing $25,000 (the purchase price) out the window," rs. Brenner said. That "one last try" already has cost the Brenners nearly (2,300 and that's just the cost of the transcripts of the four Zoning Board hearings. That figure was much higher than either of them had expected. rs. Brenner said that she had planned to-earn the money for the Xiariscr ipts by taking on babysitting assignments in her spare time, even if the transcripts cost as much as $500. nstead, th'e money will come out of what is le of the $0,500 settlement with the extermination company, which the Brenners would not identify. The Brenners spent $5,300 in legal fees against the termite company without ever setting foot inside a courtroom. While appearing before the Zoning Board, they spent about $,400 in maps, plans and more legal fees, while trying to meet all the board's requirements, including approvals for water and sewer installation, r Brenner said. "Every time they asked for something, we got it for them," r. Brenner said. "We went through all this and they turned us down for three feet. How pjeky can you get?" He expects it wil cost another $2,000 to knock down the existing house and to lay stone for the drive- lllir photo By Don lord! tional picket line yesterday in front of DYFS offices on Broad Street. Workers have been without a contract since July. Civil defense slot open COLTS NECK - Wanted: Civil defense coordinator. Benjamin Forester, the present coordinator, has served in the slot for three years. But he says he no longer has the time to carry out his duties. The Township Committee is accepting applicants for the post. Under state law, every community must have a civil defense coordinator, who is expected to attend meetings and seminars that concentrate on what to do in the event of an emergency, according to, Forester. "n case of an emergency, you have to have a plan of defense." he said. "Like, if a truck going down Route 34 spills toxic waste, you have to have a plan to clean t up." Forester said the main reason he took the job was in the interest of public service. There are no requirements that must be must be met to take the job, but the coordinator must be dedicated to the position. n other business, the committee voted to suspend parking on several streets during onday's Firemen's Fair. Parking will prohibited on Village Lane, Yellowbrook Drive, Route 537, and aplecrest Road, on onday through Saturday from 6 p.m. to midnight. "The fair invariably draws cars to the area," said Township Administrator George Handzo. "The resolution will provide protection to the homeowners." «Township police will increase patrols in the area surrounding the fair grounds, according to ayor Thomas F.X. Foley. The committee also awarded C. H. Sutphen Co. of Tinton Falls a contract for $02,275 for resurfacing and paving the township roads in 963. og controversy rages By GREG TREVOR KEYPORT - The clash between residents and the police department's tactics with its drug-sniffing dog continues to intensify. A meeting last night of police officials and residents who have accused the police department of harassment broke up aer five minutes when five residents were not allowed to take part. "t looks like they don't want to hear us," said John Walsh, one of the five barred from last night's special closed session of the Borough Council's police committee.. The meeting had been arranged by Police Commissioner Edward Flynn aer seven residents described what they considered to be incidents of police harraameat at Tuesdays council meeting. ; "We were told to bring who we wanted" to last night's meeting, said Judith Hogrefe. who also atuinded Tuesday's session, bat was jtttafioww* **" t*e clod meeting. ; Hognfe's husband, Raymond - Do «d atttad 0* closed session - called it a "kangaroo court," and added he traded heated words with Police Chief ichael Kelly and Capt. Howard Ruth at the meeting. Flynn said he had contacted the Hogrefes early yesterday and asked them to limit the number of people who would attend the meeting, because " didn't want it to be a shouting match, which it got to be anyway" When Flynn le the meeting and tried to get the Hogrefes to return, the argument spilled out of Borough Hall and onto the sidewalk. "They were going to push this under the table." Judith Hogrefe said, by trying to intimidate the three people allowed nto the meeting. The Hogrefes and their fellow residents have accused two officers of harrassment Ruth and Special Officer Anthony Plegaro, who JUpervlses use of the borough's narcotics-sniffing canine. The dog is named Bummer. The accusers have cited several inddeots in which they say the officers did not conduct themselves hi accordance with the law. The committee says its job is to first determine exactly what happened on the nights in question. Reports indicate that last Friday, Piegaro had Bummer, a 9-yearold white German shepherd, search the car of resident ark Hollingsworth for possible drugs. The Hogrefes son, John, said Piegaro "had no suspicion there were drugs" in the car, and when Hollingsworth protested the search, "Piegaro grabbed his shirt and told himto keep his mouth shut.'' But Piegaro said: " was walking the dog through the path of cars," at the municipal parking lot on American Legion Drive, "when Bummer picked up on a narcotics scent and pulled me toward (Hollingsworth's) car." Bummer detected a marijuana scent in the car's ashtray, according to Piegaro. A subsequent search, however, turned up no llegal drugs. Piegaro said he could not have grabbed HolUngswortb, because "he was. behind four* pence of- ficers- PROBLES Chuck and Joanne Brenner, owners of this termite-ridden house in arlboro, way. "You spend all your money and they tell you you can't build." he lamented. are fighting the Township Committee to replace the home with a larger structure. Zoning Board Chairman Herbert Gold declined comment on the appeal pending council attention. The couple, who have resided for two years with rs. Brenner's family in analapan, are represented by Joshua Elkes, a lawyer whose office is in Freehold. Fund-raiser auditions set in Freehold Twp. By TERRY OORE FREEHOLD TOWNSHP - Auditions have been set for the musical marathon fund-raiser to benefit Todd Lotozo. 9, the Freehold Township High School graduate who was paralyzed from the chest down in a swimming accident last June. Jonathan Enterprises, of the Sheraton Gardens entertainment division, will audition local musicians tomorrow at the hotel from noon to4 p.m. The marathon will take place July 3 from 4-0 p.m. "Continuous and top forty groups." will be provided, sa^id Cathy Womack. the marathon coordinator All proceeds from the benefit will go into the Todd Lotozo Rehabilitation Fund'"to be used atthe discretion of the family," Womack said. Womack hopes (hat enough mnney wi l be raised "so that a therapeutic wing could be added to their home a bedroom with a handicapped bathroom." Womack esti- mated-that-suuli an addition-would - cost approximately $60,000. "And that's a very minimal figure," she added. Womack said she expects July 3 to be "an upbeat kind of day. We'd like to see an all-out effort from the -oommuaity." Ailhaugh thosheygtan - Gardens previously has been involved in other community activities, "this is the first time Tip pays off Freeholder Frank A. Self, le, hands an oversize check for $,000 to county electrician Joseph T. Walkosz of Wayside at yesterday's meeting of the we've taken on something like this. We expect a lot of people.'' Womack described Lotozo as "a delightful, determined young man." Todd's mother, Dale, said her family will attend the fund-raiser. Her son is "a little embarrassed" about the benefit, she said. "But he's very grateful. He's really overwhelmed by everything People have really gone out of their way for him." Donations of $5 per person will be taken at the door on July 3. Tickets also are sold in advance at the Sheraton Gardens on Route 537, FrwhplH Tpwpshin thp pdiral rer^nner Poor on Broad Street. Red Bank, and several area Shop Rite stores. Board of Chosen Freeholders in Freehold. Walkosz was cited for his suggestion on how to cut electricity bills at the county reclamation center. Electrician saves county FREEHOLD - Thanks to a tip from a reclamation center electrician, the county will save at least $25,000 in electricity bills annually, Freeholder Frank A. Self announced yesterday.. The cost-saving suggestion earned Joseph T. Walkosz of Wayside $,000 from the county's suggestions and awards committee. Self presented Walkosz an oversized check and a certificate of appreciation yesterday atthe Board of Chosen Freeholders meeting. Earlier this year, Walkosz told his supervisor at the reclamation center of a special discount offered by the Jersey Central Power and Light Co. for "curtailed electrical use," Superintendent John L. Gray of the county landfill said. Aer studying the suggestion, Gray said,, the county decided it was feasible and obtained the discount. n exchange for the lower rates, JCP&L may cut back on electrical service at any time, up to a maximum of 50 hours per year. "We realized that it was a fairly flexible operation," Gray said, adding, "we (east oooperate without too much of a problem." The Tinton Falls landfill operates solely on electricity, Gray said. Nevertheless, in two electrical cutbacks so far this summer, the landfill has not been forced to curtail its services, according to the superintendent. Self said the county expects to save money every year as a result of Walkosz suggestion. According to Freeholder Director Harry Larrison Jr., if all goes well in the next 2 months, the county may call Walkosz back in for another bonus:

27 B2 T h e Daily Register FRDAY, JULY Council makes way for eatery By PETE WALTON UNON BEACH - The Borough Council last night vacated a portion of Front Street, clearing the way for construction of a restaurant on Raritan Bay. By a 3-2 margin, the council voted to turn over the land despite objections from residents who said the borough should have charged a fee for turning over the land. But Borough Attorney Robert B. Thaler explained that the municipality had "no legal basis" for charging a fee for the transfer. The property and an adjacent tract owned by Fred and Pauline Hall will be sold to a Rumson couple and a Red Bank surgeon who will construct and operate the restaurant, which will be known as "The Bay." The developers are Theodore and Elaine Sourlis of Rumson. and Dr. William L. Wood, who is also a partner in Long John's restaurant in Highlands. Councilman Richard Ellison said he was "happy" POLCE BEAT Faces murder attempt charge FREEHOLD A county grand jury has indicted an Atlantic Highlands man for allegedly attempting to murder a 26-year-old Long Branch his ex-girlfriend, a 26-year-old Long Branch artist. Roy ccurdy, 26, of Ocean Boulevard, was charged" with attempted murder, three counts of aggravated assault, and two weapons offenses in connection with a ay 26 knife attack on Caren Cote The alleged assault occurred at the victim's West End Avenue home near 7 a.m. According to one witness, ccurdy allegedly broke down Cote's bedroom door and stabbed her several times with a hunting knife The alleged assailant has been described as an unemployed rock musician who once played guitar for the Attachments The son of a prominent Atlantic Highlands pediatrician, ccurdy was a scholarshipwinning athlete at Henry Hudson High School. Cote, who stopped dating ccurdy two years before the incident, is the manager of Artworld Galleries in Seaview Square all. Ocean. She was hospitalized aer the attack for treatment of stab wounds, but has since been discharged an died fighting fire HOWELL TOWNSHP - A township man who tried to extinguish a house fire yesterday without calling the fire department died when he became trapped by the flames, officials said. The body of Joseph Kenny Butler. 33. was found in a closet to which he apparently had retreated when unable to bring the blaze under control, said KireChiel James Cadigan Officals said Butler awakened a roommate and a visitor when the lire erupted at 3 am, telling them to bring, garden hose with which to douse flames on the second floor Hut the roommate, Terry Coyle, and the visitor. Krank Attardi of Jersey City, were unable to reach Butler because of the flames, officials said. Police were alerted at 3:7 a.m. when neighbors in the rural area called in the alarm Patrolman Donald cliirr said s Coyle ran into the street yelling that there was [ire coirr said flames had engulfed the second floor when officials arrived at the 4 axim Southard Ruad home AROUND COUNTY Soup kitchen readied LONG BRANCH - Representatives from local churches arid county agencies met once again this week to discuss plans for a soup kitchen on Broadway. 'U'cording to.lack Atwood. a member of the vestry of has informally agreed to house the kitchen. "We've more or less decided* we're going to give it a shot, " he said The kitchen, which Atwood predicts will open by mid-september, will provide free lunches five days a week, he said According to Atwood, there is significant poverty in the neighborhood surrounding the church, which includes City Hall He said people come to the church every week asking for food or financial assistance Visitors to the kitchen will not be required to prove a need for assistance. Atwood said. COUNTY QALENDAR TOORROW FREEHOLD - The Recreation Committee is sponsoring a fishing derby to begin at 0 a.m. at Lake Topanemus Ribbons will be awarded for the smallest, largest, and first fish caught. Children age five to 2 are invited to bring their own poles and bait and enter WEDNESDAY FREEHOLD The Freehold Public Library is sponsoring storytimes for pre-school children' (age three to five) on Wednesdays during the summer at 0:30 and :S am and 2 p.m. Registration is required. FREEHOLD TOWNSHP - The FreeholdCliapter of TOPS rtaxe Of! Pounds Sensibly meets weekly at the Wellness Center. Freehold Area Hospital, Wednesdays from 5 30 to 7 p. m Those persons interested in weight loss are invited to attend. For information, call Sue Logan or Sue Breckner, both of Freehold. FREEHOLD Liberty Oak Chapter. Sweet Adelines, meets every Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. at the Freehold Township Public Safety Building, unicipal Plaza. Women who enjoy singing are invited to come and try barbershop-style harmony. No experience is required. For information, call Lynne>cCreight or Lois Holston, both of Freehold COLTS NECK - The Shore Hills Chapter of Sweet Adelines announces its weekly meetings, Wednesdays at 7:30 p.m at the. Colts Neck Reformed Church. Prospective members and guests are welcome. For information, call Joyce Lawrence. Colts Neck, or arilyn Stetson. Freehold. THURSDAY FREEHOLD TOWNSHP - Freehold Area Hospital is seeking community support during its monthly blood drive, from 6 to 9 p.m. No appointments are necessary Donors should report directly to the Wellness Center FREEHOLD Freehold's traditional Summer Sidewalk Sale will be held from 0 a.m. to 6 p.m. today, tomorrow, and Saturday Area merchants plus cra vendors, including those working in wood, pottery, so sculpture, textiles, glass, leather and metal will exhibit and sell merchandise. Street edtprtajnmpnt has bp-en orhpdulpd for Saturday. x that the borough cleared the way for development of the restaurant, which he said was in a "prime location." Ellison said he would assist in the application for a federal Urban Development Action Grant to assist in funding the project. The borough expects to receive 3,000 a year in taxes from the restaurant, according to Ellison. The restuarant will displace a boat ramp currently used by some residents, even though Council President Paul J. Smith Jr. says the ramp is "illegal" in the eyes of the state. Smith asked that the council look into relocating the boat ramp, but Councilwoman Rita Graham said the borough "could be pleasantly surprised" if the restaurant developers decide to relocate the ramp themselves. n other action, the council passed a resolution opposing a cable television rate increase in the borough. - TKR Cable filed a petition last month with the State Board of Public Untilities requesting a hike in basic charges and installation fees. n the resolution, the council urged the state not to grant the increase. Graham abstained from the vote saying she was "in favor of free enterprise." Councilman John Keating cast the luue negative vote on the resolution. Councilman Frank DiCicca asked that special sf>lice officers be assigned to patrol the borough's new park during the evening hours. DiCicca said he was "concerned" about reports of vandalism at Scholer Park, and asked that extra patrols be started between 8 p.m. and midnight during the summer months. Asbestos removal up in air By LZ SHEEHAN RUSON - Borough School Superintendent Richard DiPatri said yesterday that he could not predict when corrective action would be taken to cover or remove asbestosladen materials in the two elementary schools. The project, which would consist of either enclosing or removing all asbestos in the ceilings and pipe insulation from the Deane-Porter and Forrestdale schools, might be done over school vacation periods or during the summer of 984. he said. DiPatri said that state's preliminary tests show that the air levels of asbestos in the schools were below the minimum safety standards _ APPREHENDED Drew D. Dangelo, 8. was taken nto custody by Red Bank police Wednesday night aer he allegedly le the scene of an accident in which his car struck both a disabled car and ts driver on Sycamore Avenue, Tlnton Falls. an charged in hit-and-run TNTON FALLS - A West Long Branch man was charged in a hit-and-run accident Wednesday niglfi on Sycamore Avenue, west of Hope Road, that le a Red Bank man injured. Drew D Dangeto; «, oy^tenrbvtevw charged with driving under the influence, reckless driving, leaving the scene of an accident and failing to report an accident. Police said-dangelo was apprehended by an unidentified motorist who made a citizen's arrest alter the alleged hit and run. Police said Henry E. Hardy, 6, 64 Sunset Avenue, Red Bank, and his wife Lorraine were traveling west on Sycamore Avenue when their vehicle became disabled. Dangelo struck Hardy's car, then hit Hardy and le the scene without stopping, according to police. A motorist and his wife then followed Dangelo s car to the onmouth ali panting lot. wnere the motorist detained Dangelo until Patrolman Robert Rosen arrived and notified Tinton Falls police. Dangelo was released pending a municipal court hearing on Aug. 23. Hardy was admitted to Riverview Hospital with a possible broken leg. His wife was uninjured. Sgt. L. Robert Jan Tausch and Patrolman Preston Hampton were the arresting and investigating officers. SALE! SALE SALE! Stardust Pools By Walor Construction Co.lOur 23rd year! FREE! Water Analysis Pool Care Booklet Estimate Free year's supply of chlorine with inground pool purchase. (oiler eup. 7/7/83) SZECHUAN GARDEN Specialize in a Szechuan Hunan Cantonese Cuiti Authentic Uncompromisingly Chinese Food > Cocktail Lounge Open 7 days per week Catering Eat in * Take out Roula 9 arlboro. N.J ajor Credit cards accepted FU$TOr\ANTE< We have expanded for your convenience. Come join our fine friendly atmosphere. 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28 . NEGHBORHOOD NEWS Day gets association position FREEHOLD - Fr«Day, Freehold Area Hospital's executive housekeeper, has been elected governor of the National Executive Housekeeper's Association, Pennsylvania- New Jersey District. The Executive Housekeeper's Association, established S3 years ago, has approximately 5,000 members in its 2 nationwide districts Seventy-five percent of the membership represents hospitals, with the remaining from nursing homes, hotels and -motels, and schools. ( Tn qualify for governor of this organization, Day had to be certified for 320 hours in environmental science, and a member in good standing. The duties and responsibilities of this position include attending all meetings locally and nationally, administering policies and procedures of the organization, and running the meetings. " must also recognize the feelings and concerns of each chapter in my district, and decide how we can help them," Day said. HOSPTAL HOSPTALTY Annette Horstman, le, and Lillian Gibson tend the garden outside the Freehold Area Hospital coffee shop. Juan Vuldez would be proud FREEHOLD TOWNSHP - Patrons at the Freehold Area Hospital coffee shop have a more pleasant view, thanks to the horticultural efforts of two volunteers. Annette Horstman and Lillian Gibson have put their green thumbs to work in a geranium bed outside the shop window. The Freehold Woman's Club members, of which Gibson is president, also donate their time to make the hospital more attractive. Would you believe people useti to walk into the coffee shop window?" For A Job or Service Done Fast & Efficient ETROPOLTAN TRANSPORTATON Personalized Dependable Service Airports Business eetings The Piers Atlantic City Casinos Check Our Economy Ratal "YOUR COFORT S PRORTY ONE" CREATVE DESGN BULDERS Sky Lltee Kitchen* Rooting Window* Decks Addition. Batementt Siding Residential Commerical All Home mprovements Fully nsured Free Estimate NO JOB TOO SALL Pete Serraino Doora Fireplaces Alteration. Brick Work BROCK FARS Gibson says. "So in 97, we decided to paint a picture on it. it looked so nice we thought we might as well change the painting for every season." Horstman's also has helped beautify the cafeteria patio area by clearing debris and planting pachysandra, a delicate green ground cover. She says she derives satisfaction from seeing the hospital looking its best. " just hope people keep the flowers nice and take care of them because they look so pretty," Gibson said. Use the Handy Guide Below ACTON AL BY WEBER & SONS NEED ORE LEADS? SALES? PROFTS? Ask for guide to successful Direct all Compaigns Computer allln List aintenance Direct all arketing Slaee l»5o 3468 US Hwy 9, Freehold FRDAY.JULY5.9B3 The Daily Register B3 Service salute FREEHOLD Navy Seaman Christopher J. Normand, son of r. and rs. William L. Normand, has completed recruit training at the Naval Training Center, Great Lakes,. During the eight-week training cycle, Normand studied general military subjects designed to prepare him for further academic and on-the-job training in one of the Navy's 85 basic occupational fields. roums OUR 5BTH YEAR HAS '20% OFF VNYL ROLL-UPS WE HAVE EVERYTHNG FOR YOUR PORCH... roll up blinds snack tables porch rugs folding furniture lamps TEACH TOWELS S 6.99 FREEHOLD - Army National Guard Pvt. Edward J. Nicholson, son of r. and rs. John Henczenski, has completed one station unit training at the U.S. Army nfantry School, Fort Benning, Ga. OSUT is a 2-week period that combines basic combat training with advanced individual training. Completion of this course qualifies the soldier as a light-weapons infantryman and as an indirect-fire ubbermaid Covered Wastebasket mfg. list $ 895 NOW '5.99 STRAW BEACH ATS 32x70 S Broad St. Red Bank DEPARTENT STORE 44 APPLE ST. TTON FALLS this is its! OPEN SUNDAY rw EVERYTHNG! OPEN DALY 8 to 5:30 p.m. Fri. til 9 p.m. Here today here tomorrow TELESCOPE ADJUSTABLE N-CHASE *24" Prortn s *ias il all lor your picnic and beacf outings, ice cnesis ihermos. lugs Zones sandals. hongs. paper ; lie inasr forks spoons sunglasses sumticr hats Dead rowels otroneiia candies, replacement «veb- Bing lor your beach or lawn c*birs Beach Umbrellas 2.99., Open Sunday 2-5 ON OUR NURSERY STOCK «**» Container Grown Evergreens 3lor O each Azaleas 4 for $ each. >.25% on All Cement Bird Baths & Urns For the Freshest Produce visit us lettuce toniatoes corn on the cob ' nectarines peaches plums berries bananas *nd much, much more! Thousands ef fist silling, first quality fashions - issy, Junior Urge Sizts. ans. Boys & Girlsi 44 APPLE ST. TTO FALLS NOW N PROGRESS

29 FALSE FNSH Liturglsm (center), ridden by ickey Solomone, heads for a first place finish in yesterday's eighth race at onmouth Park. But Liturgism was disqualified for bearing out n the stretch and first was awarded to iss Lillian (le), ridden by Victor olina. Feisty Belle (right). Herb ccaulev UP, came in third. The winner paid $ FRDAY, JULY 5,983 The Dally Register B5 Doodle heads field of 7 for Eatontown Handicap By JOE HNTELANN OCEANPORT - William Haggin Perry's Doodle, high weight tt 8 pounds, heads a field of 7 entered in tomorrow's O.OOO-added Eatontown Handicap at onmoath Park. The Eatontown matches (lilies and mares, 3-year-olds and up, going /6 miles over the turf course. Templeton Stable's Kuja Happa, ridden by Danny Wright, won the event last year. Doodle, a 4-year-old trained by Ed Kelly, Jr., shipped down from New York on June 4 to win a /6 mile allowance race on the turf. She then ran third to Sabin, trainer Woody Stephens outstanding 3-yearold filly, in the New York Handicap at Belmont Park on June 25. n that race Doodle was second, two lengths off the lead at the top of the stretch, but dried through the lane. Doodle is entered tomorrow with Helen C. Alexander's Svarga, who gets in at 09 pounds. Craig Perret is listed to ride the entry. Great Nation, owned and trained by Jimmy selin, Bouncing Back, conditioned by Henry Carroll, and the Bright View Farm entry of Josalee and Luminaire, may furnish the principal competition. Great Nation was third in Doodle's allowance victory here and fih in the New York race won by Sabin. She carries 4 pounds tomorrow with Perret scheduled to ride. Bouncing Back, claimed for 25,000 last year at Gulfstream Park, ran third behind Trevita (who was second) in the $75,000 Black Helen Stakes at Hialeah, Florida this past winter. She ran fourth to Hush Dear, one of the top turf fillies in the country, in the Columbian at Hialeah. Bouncing Back has six wins, a second and two thirds in 5 turf tries. Perret is also listed on Bouncing Back, who will carry 6. Josalee and Luminaire are trained by Tony Bardaro. Josalee totes 6 pounds with no rider named. Luminaire gets in at 2 with Buck Thombsirg slated to ride. The original top fliree high weights for the race will not enter. They were Trevita at 22 pounds, her stablemate First Approach at 20 pounds and Grease at 9. Others entered in the Eatontown are Lyfessa, 4, Jim Walford; Hail Babe, 4, Gene Ho; mmense, 3, Thomburg; Kismet, 2, no rider; Zoophile. ll, no rider; Besique, 0, George Seabo; Bright Choice, 0, no rider; Olamic, 09, norider;simka, 08, Joe Rocco; Bon Eglogue, 08, ike Gonzalez; and Never Knock, 07, Tony Vega. The weights for the $200,000 Amory L. Haskell Handicap to "be run here on July 30 were released yesterday. Caveat was given top weight of 26, followed by Slew O' Gold and Sunny's Halo at 24 pounds. None of the three is expected to start in the Haskell. The horse next weighted, Deputed Testamony at 23, is a likely starter. Trainer Bill Boniface sends Deputed Testamony out in tomorrow's $00,000 Governor's Cup Handicap at Bowie Race Course in aryland. Herb ccauley will ride in place of Don iller. " know they're thinking about the Haskell," ccauley said. "f everything goes right, the Travers, too, and then if everything goes right, horse-of-the-year ' ' Deputed Testamony has won seven of 3 starts and $398,74. Desert Wine is also weighted at 23 for the Haskel). The Wayne Lucas trainee has taken five of 4 career starts and has won $637,35. Cannon agrees to testify, granted immunity BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) - Football great Billy Cannon yesterday struck a deal to testify against fellow conspirators in a $6 million counterfeiting scheme in return for immunity from further prosecution, court records showed. Shortly aer the agreement was reached, Cannon spent 90 minutes testifying before a federal grand jury. "No comment. No comment. No comment," he said in brushing by reporters as he le the federal courthouse. n a three-page plea agreement signed by Assistant U.S. Attorney Rand iller and Cannon, the former Heisman Trophy winner will waive indictment and plead guilty toay to a single charge of conspiracy and possession of counterfeit $00 bills. f Cannon gets the maximum penalty, he could go to prison for up to five years and be fined $0,000. The agreement said there "is no agreement, nor have any promises or predictions been made, as to what sentence he will actually receieve." The grand jury was to meet again today and was expected to return indictments against several persons involved in the case. Under the plea agreement, no additional charges would be filed against Cannon relating to the counterfeiting or spin-off investigations if he fully cooperates with the investigation. Other individuals in the case face as many as four-charges and under Spinks will defend title WASHNGTON (AP) - The manager of undefeated light-heavyweight champion ichael Spinks says his fighter will be the physical ^ favorite tonight when he rteps into Uie ring to defead his title against Eddie ustafa uhammad. "ichael's site and his age are both pluses," said Spinks' manager Eddie Futch. While Spinks, 26, is three years younger than uhammadind will < enjoy a two-inch heightvod reach advantage over his challenger, bis biggest boost will come from his corner where Futch, a veteran ring hrian will be calling the shots. ronically, it is almost two years to the day when Futch first met Spinks as the pair waited on uhammad in a Las Vegas casino. On July 7, 96, a weigh-in for the Spinks-Eddie Gregory (now uhammad) title fight was delayed to allow an overweight Gregory a few more hours in the sweatbox. Futch, whose career as a trainer included working the corner for champions Joe Frailer, Larry Holmes and Alexis Arguello, was in the room on behalf of a fighter on the undercard. " think it was at the end of the third round when finally turned to CHAEL SPNKS Eddie," Spinks interrupted the narrative. " said ' understand you why don't you talk to me instead of everybody else?' From that point on Eddie took over as my trainer." Tonight's fight will be Spinks' seventh defense of the title he won 'Lazy' Ralph Hanover in eadowlands Pace BRTSH OPEN RESULTS jthport. England [AP - Flnt rauod tnatnlw n tha 2th rlllt* Oawl Ootf alnmfilr an tna vm yara. par J4-W7 tlrkdaw Golf Cli* cauraa la danam EAST RUTHERFORD (AP) - Ralph Hanover, a "kind of lazy" colt with a solid winning record, will be urged to bis utmost tonight n an effort to capture the $.2 million eadowlands Pace over rivals. -, The son si eadow Skipper, ; driven by Ron Waples, has been "installed as the 3- morning-line fa- -vorite off his six victories in eight - Starts this year, utoludi># three ;stakes - the essenger, the Burl- -ington and thegeers. "Two heat races like the es- ^senger call for stamina, this one is rspeed," said the colt's trainer, Stew JFirtotte "And you prepare for the 'race with that in mind.'' * Elimination beats for the one- Smile race for 3-year-olds on the onemile eadowlands track were run! kstweek.' Ralph Hanover was a winner of me of the eliminations along with Jo Nathan, Salute Hanover and Umbrella Fella, who had the fastest time of the heat winners. Ralph Hanover made amends fur his seventh-place finish ff the Confederation Cup at Flamboro Downs June 26 in Canada. Then he won his elimination heat in ; "'m quite pleased to see him come back," said Firlotte. "Hegs the best 've had and the best a lot of people would ever have.'' Waples, who is a part owner of the colt along with the Pointsetta and Grants Direct Stables of Ontario and California, added, "He scares you sometimes. He doesn't seem to get as excited as he should in a race. JUrtto wondering if he's going to kick it in. "He's food mannered and doesn't take anything out of himself. He's like me-kind of lazy. At stake n this seventh and richest eadowlands Pace is a winning purse of $825,500. oaru C laricanwa 233 Jotajar Oavlt - JOdK rakuramato S-J4- S-la- 34-JSat 4-35»> 32 3a-K 3S-N U-U-ra n-n-it S-N 34-St 70 3J JH5-70 in 98 in Las Vegas. His most recent victory coming on arch 8 when he decisioned World Boxing Association champion Dwight uhammad Qwai (Dwight Braxton) in 5 rounds. "The Brax ton fight was my best fight. just hope there is better to come," Spinks said. A tough opponent, Braxton was thetirsf fighter to go the routetrtttr Spinks in two years. uhammad says Spinks' fists are the last thing he is worried about. "Spinks is a dirty fighter and everyone knows it. He will hit you r.n thr hrssh ^ritfe his «)hnu/ AT thumb you in the eye," uhammad said. " don't have to cheat to beat him," Spinks replied. " beat him before and he knows that am going to do it again." "The first time took him for granted and was in terrible shape...this time am ready and he will get the whipping he deserves," uhammad promises. "Sounds like he's (uhammad's) lining up his excuses in advance," Futch adds. The fight will be the first championship bout here in 43 years. PUBLC LNKS RESULTS ichaai U, Cyprtta. Calif., cui Kurt Bosan. Cantarvilla. Utah. 2 up. DH Prlnca. San Bruno. Call!.. (l. Jamas Wrlgnl. Travli AFB. Calif..«and J. Chartol Nlaman. Crasctnl Springs. Ky,, oil Allan Thompson, pleasant Rldga. ich, 5 and 3. Thorn PlKoplnk. Wavna. ich., dtl. Brian Ttnnyson, Evantvllla, nd.. 4 and 9. Jfi Pillno, Dallas, daf. Bob Gaut, S. Louis. o.. 3 and 2. Billy Tuttn, Palalka, Fla.. dat. kwi rnwn. Philadelphia. and 4. Joa alar. Walxr. daho, daf. Paul Halplna, Omaha, Nab.. Sand 4. Sao Routfc, atsn. «B va., an. John csrtgor. Sacramanto. Calif.. 4 and 2. lcnaal Swam. Phaanm. Aril., daf: khaal ccoy, Oat oinas, owa. lop. 2 holal. jav Byron Cmr. Coral Gaasv Fla., dat. Larry Pagal, Tucson. Aril., l-up. Dannlt Dolcl. Sharon, Pa., daf. Raymond Sllnik. Emmaui, Pa.. 3 and. Ed Tarasa, Graen Bay. wit., daf. Richard illar, Columbus. Ohio, 3 and 2. Dayt EUar. Wauconda.., daf. Jarry FalU. Tucson, Aril.. -up. Andrew orsa. South Wiymouth, ats, dtl Roy Blancauna. Franklin Pan. ll, 3 and. wtntll Tom. Honolulu, Hawaii, dtf. Las Uvahara, Honolulu, Hawaii, l-uo, tholat. David Hobby, Santa Ana, Calif., daf. Dean anama. Rtno. Nay.. 4 and 3. TkHaaad Prlnca oaf. llas. 2-up. Nlaman, luo, nolat. Tutandtf. Patlrw. 2and. *outn dat. alay. 3 and 2. Swam l Coopar. t and. Ttrasa daf. Dolci. ] and 2. orsa dtf. Eslfr, -up. Hobby drf. Tom. -up. Brian Waltat int illar Vktnta Farnandai Charm Boiling Jr. Jack Nttklaut Caaan Lu Harold Haanlnn Waynt Oradv Tony JaUttln ru-ihu miah lka ranian) Graham» mm twinmw Paul Carrlglll B-7 could be added by indictments expected from the grand jury. Five others arrested in the case are being held in lieu of $2.5 million bond each. One of the most popular players in Louisiana State University's storied football history, Cannon tried to plead guilty last Saturday at a bond hearing, but U.S. District Judge Frank Polozola refused to accept the plea and gave him until today to answer the charges. Cannon is a 0-year pro player in AKES ANNOUNCEENT Governor Thomas Kean, center, proclaims July 7-23 as Junior Golf Week in New Jersey. Joining Kean at the announcement ceremonies are officials the old American Football League and a respected local dentist. Secret Service Agent ichael James, who helped lead the investigation in the Cannon counterfeiting case, reportedly testified before the grand jury Thursday morning. Dennis Shaw, a Secret Service agent in New Orleans, said several Secret Service agents are here and may testify in the case. n an interview yesterday, iller said his office is not ready yet to accept claims that the plates used to print an estimated $6 million in bogus $00 bills have been destroyed Shaw, however, said. " have nothing at this point to believe they are in existence." Shaw said the plates allegedly were destroyed about a year ago but he would not say where or how. About $4.75 million of the $6 million in bogus $00 bills has been recovered, authorities have said. from the District of Optimist nternational, the state Golf Association, the state Professional Golfers Association and the onmouth County Park system. Hominy Hill to offer clinic as part of Junior Golf Week COLTS NECK - n conjunction with Junior Golf Week in New Jersey, there will be a golf clinic at Hominy Hill Wednesday beginning at 8 a.m. The first 00 golfers, ages 0-7, to register will be instructed in golfing fundamentals, putting, golf rules, golf etiquette and more by professional golfers who are donating time to the clinic. nstructors will include Wayne Warms of anasquan River Country Club, Gordon Leslie of Navesink, Tom Jaeger, Jim Jewell of Spring Lake, Art Silvestrone Jr. of Brick Driving Range and Tom Petraglia, For further information, call the County Park System office in Thompson Park, Lincro. Barrows swims tt records RED BANK - ike Barrows of the Red Bank YCA Aqua Rockets broke two team records in recent U.S. Swim eets. At the New Jersey Junior Olympics he set the 0-and-under 00 butterfly record in :8.62. At the Region, Garden State Games preliminaries held in Bridgewater, he set a 00 breaststroke mark of :6. Barrows placed second in the 200 individual medley. 00 freestyle, SO freestyle and 00 breaststroke in that meet and will compete n the finals later this month. Stafford Tire wuis toaney ABERDEEN - Stafford Tire of iddletown won the first annual Strathmore Soball Tournament. The.Tiremen swept four straight games, three of them RECREATONAL SPORTS shutouts, before edging Joey iles, 5-4. in the final Joe Shannon pitched all four games, blanking DFD of Strathmore, 5-0; Circle BW of Red Bank, 0-0; and Tetro's of Union Beach, 0-0, on a sparkling no-hitter. Stafford Won the final in the bottom of the seventh on a single by ike Chevalier. Shannon was the tournament's most valuable player. ark Kenney finished second with a.755 batting average. Stafford Tire lied its season record to 454. Wrestling return to Haslet HAZLET Pro wrestling returns to Raritan High School tomorrow night with talent from the entire country on the card. Rick cgraw and Bruno Sammartino Jr. will make their debuts, and ad Dog Disbrow will face anual Soto. There will be six matches on the card, including midgets and ladies. Tickets are available at the Red Oak Diner, the Fitness Factory, Now tt Then Records and from Raritan High boosters. Red Baok sets Warier ilgn-ap RED BANK - Registration for Red Bank Park and Recreation Pop Warner football will lake place next Friday evening, July 22, from 8 to 8 p.m. at the Parks and Recreation office on Shrewsbury Avenue. Additional registration will be conducted next Saturdaymoming from 9 a.m. until noon. Registrants must be accompanied by a parent or adult and must have their birth certificate and registration fee with them. No registrations will be accepted aer next Saturday. However, candidates may register before the official dates. Volunteers for the program are urgently needed. Bayside Copy loses first UNON BEACH - Bayside Copy continued to- lead the National Division of the Union Beach Soball League despite an 8-7 loss, the team's first, to Tetro Construction. Tetro won a doubieheader by also whipping idway, 3-9. John Chadwick and ike Nadolny had homers for Tetro. Joe Nardelli and Richie Thompson got the wins. Louie Zampelle had four hits to lead East Point nn to a 6-0 win over Deli Boy. ark Stidel tossed a five-hit shutout. Tommy Pallitto's three-run homer helped Sand Bar nn beat Boat House, 2-4. Willie Willett picked up the win. Chowder Pot, leaders of the American Division, knocked off Coastal Transport as Noel Garcia and Bill Kelly did the heavy hitting. Bob Giebler saved winning pitcher ike Calvanos victory. Dave Ostervich had four hits, including a' three-run homer, as Unda's beat Paramount Carpet, 2-5. Andres Diaz pitched the win.

30 B9 The Dtfly Register FRDAY, JULY AJOR LEAGUE BASEBATT ONOUTH PARK TODAY AERCAN LEAGUE EAST DVSON W L PtL» Toronto 4t 34 WO Bjllimort 4 S*4 2 Detr»t 4 Ntw York 44 J» i» S inuket 43 3*.324 5"i Boston O 7Vi Oe-Wiana 3* WEST DVSON Teut «W l - Cn.C*flo V C«morm« Kansas Cily U 4Vi OttfcUnd» 4t.437» irirwtou 37 S.420 0V, Seattle 34 S4 34 SVl onireat Pittsburgh Chicago New York NATONAL LBAOU AST DVSON W L Beston*, Oakland 4 ' Baltimore 5. California Cleveland 4, Kansas Cllv 3. Winnings Texas, New York ilwaukee s, innesota Toronto B.ChtcaooO Detroit 4, Seattle Tetfav's Game* Oakland icodiroli 5-6) at Boston (Hurst b-ll. ; r.» i'i California i John > S) at Baltimore Boddicker l, 35 p.m. Kansas City (Sphttortt 6 3) at Cleveland letc elberger3-l).7;3»p.m. Tanas (Honevcutt -5) at New Vork (Righelli U i>, 60 in Annesota B.Castillo l *t ilwaukee Hdl#iWll6-7i.8.30p m Taronto (Stieb 7) at Chicaoo (Dotson B S). 8 30a.m. Detroit (Berenguer 4-) at Seattle (Young! 9), 40 3So,m. Tomorrow's Games Texa& al New York, 2 p.m. Oakland at Boston. 7 5 p.m. Toronto at Chicago pm. Kansas Cilv at Cleveland o m " " ". " " n f * ' " * %. iiiufsoid <it ilwaukee. 0 JOo m Oelroit at Seattle. 0 3Sp m PTTSBURGH () SAN DEOO (*) a» r h bl ikrk Lacv cf Wiggins cf S 3 0 Easier ph t i l l Bonilla b 4 0 BHarper Garvev b 3 Wynne cf Leicano rf adltk 3b TrrtPlfn ss JThotn b SalJiar 3b orrjsn 2b 3 0 Richrdl ph JRav 2b Bevacg ph 4 Parkir rf SO Flannrv 3b TPer» c 4 0 Bochy c 4 0 Her r# v, RJonei ph cwms P Gwvnn f Tekulve o Drfvcky p Scurry p onge pn Guante u ntefko p ajzjlh pn 0 Lucas p Bibb* p Tola* 3 li Toiall 7 4 Pltti»urgh l 4- San (ego l JOt Game Winning RB JRav {2). E Parker DPPittsburgh, LOB Pit tsburgh 7. San Diego 2BTempleton, Bochv. Herri, Wiggins. JRav. 38 Templeton. HR Hfvataua (2) SBWiggins (23). Bonilla (). S Wynne SFJThompson. P H R K SO Plttsburfh cwilhams 6 B J ' Tekutve Scuri\ Guante W BiDby S Sad Olo«o DravOckv l < onge ontttsco L Lucas cwilhams pitched to 2 batttrj in 7th. onge Pitched to 2 batters in 9th. P8--Bochy T3 0 A7.00, ATLANTA (S) PHLA (2) ib r h bl ek r h kl Butier t Dernier f RRmri ss ilborn 2b tvshdtn rf TPerei ph 0 urphy cf 5 Rose ib s o i l Homtr 3b 3 organ 2b Rjnnsn 3b WHrndi P Chmbls b 3 0 Reedp Hubbrd 2b 4 2 Altmran p Benedict c 4 2 athws ph PPerei P Schmdt 3b Bedrosn p VHayes rt Forster p addo Cf BDiatc DeJesus ss Bvstrm p GGross f Totali J 9 Totals 0 ] Atlanta 00 ON 4- S Philadelphia Game-Winning RB Hornor (0) DPPhiladelphia LOBAtlanta 8, Philadelphia 0 2BHobbard, TPeroi 3B Chambltss HRurphy (>. Horner (5). SB R Ramirez < 2) S Dernier. Bedrostan f 49 a u.in WST DVSON Atlanta U U LosAng t*ei 5 U San Diego 45 4 Houston 45 4 San Francisco Jm *i Clnc.nnali 30 SO 432 H rnlifu«'ic.m«l - Pittsburgh!. San Dieso4 New York 7, Cincinnati. 4. Atlanta 5. Philadelphia 2 Houston 3. ontreal 0 Los Angeles 0. Chicago 4 S. Louts 4. San Francisco 5 TotfaVi Oamat ontreal (Gulllckson l at Allan** (Nlekro 44). (n) Cincinnati (Solo 9-0) at Philadelphia (Hudson 2-2). (n) New York (Lynch 4-) at HoustontKnewKr i«> (nl Pittiburan (Rhodon ) at &#> Dt««o (Thurmond 2-0), (n) Chicago (Ruthvon 5-7) at Lot. Angeles (HooionB 2), in) St Louis (Anduiar 4-itt at Sail frant.sto {H*mmik«r 0-4), n)»w* H iji U^ 4 0 tumrv cf 4 J 3 4 t Ownr rf ) fuckw b 4 0 iwwi H 4 «Dwnng m 3 0 wry» 4 0 LvnA Cf 4 0 LwrHill f Grfch» YW vafrtt* n looo aunanfi * l RCark f Nt4«C l«0* C 0 0 TCnil Oauor» lilt laketa b LKwna Touchya W BSWROUVH: 4 AmVl Pufl (Forrar iin t Gamt-Wlrmlne tei Sumbnr. eeurrav DPCalifornia. aaltlmort. LOBCillfwnli. Baltimore. 7BOtuer. Burlesori BBiunbrv HRDom S.»F P N BB > 7 i i S 7 0 St. Louisa! San Francisco Cincinnati at Philaoetpriie. (n) ontreal at Atlanta, (n) New York at Houston, (n) Chicago al Los Angtlei. (n) PittUjrgn at San Oitgo. n) KANSAS CTY () CLVLAND (4) brhw all r h WWtnc toto ABtnitrff 4? Wathan c Trlllo 2b 4 0 Brett 3D 5 0 Harrah 3b 3 crat dh Thornln b 4 0 ( Aikens b Tabler f 4 0 ( Simpsn ib Velei dtt ( OUi rf till Perkins dtt i o o c WnittJb Francois. 3 ( Sheridan f 3 Vufcvch rf 4 Cncpcn ss Heisay c 3 0 c Totals v i t t Ttteh tt Kanui Cltv «oo O no o- Cleveland Of* 00 - * None out when winning run scored.. Game-Winning RB A Bannister (). E Franco. OPKansas Cltv. Ctownd LOB-Kansas Cltv 0, Clevelend * 2 evwton Vukovich, Trlllo. 3BOtis HRHarrah () Sheridan (3), ABannltter (4). SCotxtpclon. SF ABannisier. Otis. P R VC Kansas Cltv Black 7 7. cgraar W.O-4 TH A,H>. OAKLAND 4 BOSTON (»> a»r» akrk RHndsn Ramv b 4 Ptlan rl 0 Bans 3D Loot! D 3 0 RCO 4 2 ancck b 0 Armas cf 2 Burghi ah Onns rl 2 ovar pr Ystimk ah 0 0 Almon 3b Hr sn 0 «0 urphy cl StapHn b Pag«rl Gm C Koarnoy c HoflKHl ss Gross b Hialh 3b PhllllDS ss Tatars a Tatats f Oaklail in 4 Batten-.»» Game winning RB DEvans (S). OPOakland 3, Boston 2. LOBOakland 0. Boston 4. 2B RHandorson. Burroughs, B,lca. 3B RHsndorson. HRDEvans (4), Bows (). Armas (<). SB RHondarson 2 (l. SF Lopas. P H! Oakla ccatty L.l S a 2 JJonos Alharion Tudor W.7-S Aponta Stanv S s Armsinfl L.4-4 Sutcnit w.n-4 ONTRCAL i Cromrtl rl Sgtiar ss Oawson ct Oliver b Carter c wailach 3b Frencon Flvnn 3b Rogersp Crowly Otl Tetel. tatreal llrim Kill Game-Winning RB- 0 oreno cl Puhl rl Thon ss Carntr 3b Crui Knight tb Doran 2b CRnlrK b Blorkmn t JNiekro p Tatars -Puhll 0 J tton () "ill H D n i u» Hi DP-ontreal. Houston. LOBontreal. Houston 4. a ro. talrtal Rosen L.3-4 Nawa JNiekro W, B-Puhl. 3B-0T0 S- T:50.»20,544 P H * an aa so STLOUS SAN FRAN ilrhkl a» r h bi Herr 2b 4 2 Lfitr ss cgee ct Oallv oh 0 0 VanSlvk rl Evans ib Ravtrd ph 2 Clark rl 4 0 Sutler p Leonard 4 0 Hndrck b 4 00 CDavisc 4 2 Porter i Vngbld 3b lorg Brtnlv c 3 0 Oberkll 3b Wellmn 2b OSmith ss 3 0 Venabl oh 0 LaPoml D Krukow f Green pn l 0 0 Lavcllt o LoSmilh t Brgmn oh Totals 34 t t Totals 3 «S s t i i tot ow on» Atlanta PPerw Bedrosn W.6-3 Foriler S.«Philadelphia P H U tan Frendscc ON N 2 Game-Winning RB Ravrord (). E-Clark. Wcllmen. Voungbtood, trg. DP SLouis. San Francisco. LOBStLouJil, San Francisco 8. 2B OSmith, Porter. Htrr, Green. 3BVenable HR Porter (). CDwn (0). -RBTrtor(t-(3r- SBLeonard (4^, Herr (5). S cgee. L4Po.nl. Brenlv. Krukow. SFWell man P N Din aa so ; it WHerndei L.4-2 Reed Amrano t WHernandet pitched to two batters n Vth. HBPUaddox bv PPerei PBBDlai T 3 07 A2,704 TEXAS (D T»tieson s Stem 2b Hfe Wright cf Sample f Hosttlr dti OBnen b NEW YORK (2) llr Cmonrs 2b > i 7 Nettles 3b S 0 0 Wmdtd if ab r h bl S S 0 3 S 0 0 Sill t Sundbro c Totals Texas New York Game Winning RB. E-Neltles 2, attm< Te«di Si New York S Stem 2. Hosletter 3B 2 5) Texas Hough w.fl 7 Naw vork Rawlev L.8-B DWurrav Smrltv init an- -LAParrishllO) Blv OPTexas V LOB Battinglv. Sample. Wneht HRLAParrish Kemp dh tngly lh uohrv cl Robrtsn ss Totals 04 0 San Francisco Krukow Lavelle L.4-3 TORONTO () ikrhii Garcia 2b 4 0 lorg 3b ullnks 3b t tin. CNCNNAT (4) NBW YORK ) rk akrk Ellnar cl 4 0 Bailor ss 0 Canano p«0 0 0 OQuand ss Cncpcn ss 4 0 Wilson cl Rtdus KHrndl b 4 Drlasm Fostar 4 0 Ooslar 2r> Brooks 3D EsasKv B U l l Strwkrv n 2 Hoshldr rl ttll.l 2k Knlcalv c Ortli c 0 Pulao p Haap ph Scharrar p Hodws c Banch ph 0 0 Saavar p Staub PA 2 OroKO p Totals mil Tatars mill Clnclnn.il l an a-4 m Tart m >»-» Gama-Wlnnlng RB Staub (S). DPNaw York. LOBCincinnati 7, Ntw York.B Foster HRKHarnandtt O). Staub (2). SBElnor (2), Concaoclon (). Rtdus 24. Housaholdar (4. Bailor (). Wilson 2 ). Stravbarrv 2 *). SGilts. Pulto P H R * BB 0 Cincinnati PgltoL.l-S t 7 a 4 2 Scharrar Ntw York StaytrW OroscoSJ J HBPWilson by Pulto. T2:4.»»,»4. NNSOT* (t) XLWUK () akrh akrk Kunii el olllor b 3 0 Casilno b Ganlnr 2b Ward 4 0 Yount ss 2 Hrbtk b Cooptr b Bush oh Smmns dfi 3 Gatm 3b annno cl 0 0 Brunskv rl Schrotdr c 4 RWSW ss Romaro Smith c EdwrOs rl DBrwn ph Enala c Totals D Totals 7 4»S0ta N l t- llwaakaa ta- Gamt-Wlnning RB nont. a ESutlon OPlnnosota 2. llwaukat LOBlnntsolt 4. llwauktt«. 2B Simmons. Hrbtk. HRScnrotdtr SBWard (), «n nlnodil.s Edwards. SFYount. P H» ll Williams L.S-O S Whlthoust AJ- Wallart llwatt Sullon w.7-5 t i l t s Tallmann T ill. A0,4. ) H f^- a. ^. ^ j ^.. «., A lwipp..t.v."//""..*""''""^""v^'''"' 0 7 a^ki Jatt* voaa) ' Kt» 0. Nf loomai.»t i Blliisi J' valaia ialanboil.'.5-0 * atssv acao (Rac»l - K.X.Oa*. lr»»ir. 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Charlie (P Rpdnol 3-4 issie Chrlssy (L Telymonde) H Evil Doarr (V Farrlero) 4-4 Lalney Dtxttr (G Lull) - By DAN PATCH - Dr Duke, Cajun oon, Charamar Sport Evil Doerr, Big Al Jay, Lalney Dexter ) - Barney Blue Chip, Perfect Rendevous, y Wonderful One 4 - Electric Storm, Timely Orbit, Bremco 5 - Basic Black, Special Service, Andreas Escort 6 Briarwood P T, Overserve, The Sillier 7 Toughskln, Shlaway St Pat, Spectacular Way - ad, Allrlght Yankee, Chet HanoverN t - deal Victory, r Fine, brttrt Scopus 0- James Riley, Ulster Kiwi, Obsessed A - Star Cheetah, Fortune Bookie, Ram Tiger BEST BET - TOUGHSKN (7th) Lincrof t triumphs DDLETOWN - Lincro defeated iddletown Youth Athletic Association, S-2, yesterday to capture the District 9 Big League title and earn the right to move on in the tournament. Lincro will play a doubleheader against District 0 at Liberty Oaks in Freehold Township starting at 5 p.m. tomorrow. 7R o Two C loylna) n 2 JoaChuck (EGlequlnlo) 0-5 Hope sle Do Well (Scolaro) 0- Jrd: Pact, SliP 7 Perfect Randaivous (O Dancer) - 4 Barney Blue Chip (J ac Donald) 2-3 Father John L (J Rlzto) *-2 7 Governors Gtm (H Kelly) 5 Wv Wondarlul One (E Brlsson) i Wonder Bunny (R Turcotte) 0-4 Precious Jason (F Tele) 0-4th: Pace,,Ot», Clm. i Timely Orbit (H Kelly) Bremco F BavoslJr) 5-2 t Wolls Follie <W Koclurka) 3 Spots N Dots (J King Jo a-l' Gold Rand (Joisay.v) t- Cicero Al«i (D Watson) - 7 Ala Rum Lady (H Kallv) 2- ELctrlc Storm (J Rllfo) 2- itk: Pact, si,o 2 Basic Black (J olstvtv) Beautys Fella W Bresnahan) 5- Hobo Sir Gnana (F Williams) 4. Special Service (B Scarp*) 3-3 Andreas Escort (R Apko) Adrian sle (T Toplenukv) 2-7 Hl«h Pralst (Al Stafford) 3- Pom Pom Queen (D Seaman) 20- tk: Raca, U.444, Cling Over Strve (J Conine) 4-2 Briarwood PT (J Schwlnd) 3-3 Prince Fury < vavourakls) ThtSlulor (T DtVltls) 5-7 Brtdltv Pond Chip R Pascluto) t- H J Oulnlon (R Slansberry) - 4 Lucas Oraam J Schwlnd) n 3 J F (F Dllossil 2 7tk: T.H 4 Shlaway St Pat A Day) - 2 Spectacular Way J Cameron) 6 toughs*.in iw bresnahan) 7 2 J Debbie* Honor ( Gaeliardl) 4- Houbara tg Kaimater) 4-] Ann Banlono (P Hanrlksan) kv 3 Blaiins Sight (Lancailerl 2- ischtflll Jim (P Pteiller) J-V tin: Pact,.ota - 6Allr.ght Vankee (J Wanning) 3 am (NO) S-J 7 Arrow Flash (W Brosnahan) 4- * Narrcvs B«St Bel (H Kelly) i r Oo (A Kavoltll).? Chel Hanover N (G Baldachin ) 0 5 E Btn <P Parolar.) Chief Womblt (LSperendl) 5- tth: Pace, 2.4, Clmt 4 ideal Vic tor v (NO) V 6 Kevama (PConsol) f- Arrlvas Bid (J Conine) * l } Northern Freelode (R Gillllan) 4-3 r Pin* (w Bresnahan), a- iwar Bachelor (J tngratsia) 4- B Little SCOPUS (ND) S- J Bo Senator (O Pfsani) S ittti: Pace, SU James Rllev (NO) S 2 Ulster Kiwi (C Watson) 3-.Kimaru (PTalont Jr) W Obsflld A (tf ula).»; 4 andana (G Kaimailr) * i Clipper Supreme (J Vitel) 2 3 Twiiia Lobell (J Schmigel 5- ihappy Endino (F Lieto).' 5- th Pace,,i,Clma 5 Hum Ttyer (H VKJ H 7 Star Cheetah (L Ferrltroi.,.. t- Rebound (J Uotsevev) ;-i 3 John O Arab (J olsevev) 5- * Fortune Bookie (W Brisnanan) 4-»O JBavern(GKalb) - 2inch Bv inch (ND) >. R J Harry. UcGo»mni,^ -->»J- FREEHOLD RESULTS st: Pace..4 3 Rtlund (T DtVltls) RacyStarUolsayev) OlrtvDJPConsol> 00 : Pact, S.4 3 Etittrllng J Richardson) W5.40 Uncle Cl.rrl* ( Webster) Lord Storm (G Candtll) 7.00 Dally L~ mi: pact. liri PtltlsBttu (J t Govern) SHowvouoel (R Beachv) Sundays Desire (W Brtsnahan) 4.0 itcla: is sa i SPVS FV O Hara) (.Winsome Witch (W Gowtr) oon Raider (J olsavov) 3.0 liku: 4U.il itk: Pact. ll.k 3Owen Almthurst (A Bernard) Augustus Tar (O Polis.no) Stormy sle (GGreen) 3.20 TRFECTA: JKS4O0 : Tret,»2,4ae Arln dol (R Sllva) ' » 3 Waterloo JW (DTurcotttJ Rascal Rodney ( Friedman).4 20 aiacta: V. rtk: Pace, ut ineen.sv.c (RCol.sanl.) 4.20N Paacelul sle ( aker) Atalla Spinner PParolarll 2. BnaU tt.n «k: Paca.tl... _. _ JArmbro Wheeler D K.imai.rj u n i i v 3 Cool Rain Chris (SOwa) l. tuacu 7 U Hk: Pact, si.no 7 Tawhlti Lad (G Kaimaltr) u Oil ark GCoOpertmlih) Rambling Lena (Jolsevev).20 Buecle: 2- Hit! luk: Pact. S.2 3 ontgomery (H Kelly) 4.H Pltasant Knlgnt N (Klein) Sounkv Bearcat J anning) 9.40 Riecta: lllk: PKt. S.4) Own Sweet Time SOlna) t.eo.20 l. Pursue H Kelly) Lthlgh Priest A RoUllardl 3 40 TrHtctg: 4 a 7 Atltanca 2.4 Haafle: Athletes Alley still in st place ATLANTC HGHLANDS"*- Athletes Alley remained in first place in the American East Division of the Ed Carleton emorial League with an 8- win over Little Silver last night. The winners (9-2) scored six runs in the fourth inning on eight singles, two of them by Dan urphy. atlack's Rebels 3, Oceaaport DDLETOWN - Jim Cerwinski pitched a fourhitter and Dean Ehehalt had four hits, including a tworun homer in the fourth inning, for the Rebels (7-2). ike Cerwinski, brother of the. winning pitcher, had three hits, including a pair of triples. ike Flore was the losing pitcher. Oceanport is 3-5 in the American East Rnmsonlt, RedBaakl RED BANK - Rich Richter had three hits and five RBs to help Rumson to its fourth win against five losses Richter homered with one on in the seventh, and Del DalPra hit a two-run homer for the winners in the sixth atawan, analapaa White ATAWAN - Lance ccaffrey had four straight hits to help atawan to an American West win. RB doubles by ccaffrey, Scott Darby and Keith Wagner keyed a six-run third inning for the winners. Coin Neck, Bayibore t HOLDEL - Bob elchionna cracked out five straight hits, including two homers and two doubles, to highlight the Colts Neck win in an American West game: elchionna, who had six RBs and scored four runs, hit a three-run homer in the first and a two-run shot in the sixth. West Long Branch 8, Ocean Twp.4 WEST LONG BRANCH - Joe Lucarelli's threerun homer in the bottom of the seventh enabled West Long to even its record at 5-5 in the National North Division. Eatontown S, Brick em. 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31 FRDAY, JULY The Drily Register B7 Sandy Hook Bay Anglers stage fluke contest Sandy Hook Bay Anglers ire holding tbeir second annual fluke fuhing oonlt over the weekend with a «700 first priu for tteotflh eotflih. But at this midpoint of the rammer, seuon more ponds of bluefiih are being caught than all oitbe other tpeclet combined became, n addition to the many boats fishing expreialy for them, a lot of party boati running primarily for fluke or other groundfish have tcheduled half night or all night trips for uefish. At Ken'i Landing, Point Pleasant Beach, the tt-fbot aluminum Nonma K H, and the Norma K. which HENRY SCHAEFER run twice daily trips for fluke, now have regular nightly trips for bluefiih n addition to the itt Point Pleasant, which s available for charters. From Sunday through Thursday the boats sail half night trips, leaving at 7:30 and returning at 2:30 a.m. On Fridayi and Saturdays the boats make all night trips, leaving at 7:30 p.m. Capt. Ken Keller, who rum the big aluminum boat, reported the weekend fluke fishing was fair, with individual catches of five to six Hammond's 20 best in 'Single 9 ARLBORO - Janice Hammond and Dot orris both had (cores of 30, but Hammond was awarded the victory at Holland Orchards' Bingle, Bangle, Bongle tourney yesterday on a match of cards. There was also a match of cards for third place in which Virginia Chapman defeated Carole VanPelt. Both golfers notched 8 points. Beacon Hill ATLANTC HGHLANDS - Joan iller took first place in the "A" Flight in a Tee to Green tournament held by the Beacon Hill 8-holers yesterday. Betsy Kerekesb took second in "A," while Bess GuUuscio finished third. n the "B" Flight, arilyn orely came n first, Ruth Bova placed second and Reggie ckeon took third. Delores Felnswog was the winner in the "C" Flight, followed by Phyllis ann in second and Joanne iller in third. Jumping Brook NEPTUNE - Bobble Zentz took low gross honors at 47 for the Jumping Brook 9-holers yesterday. Betty Woolbright was first in low net with a 35, while arge Pezzuti had low putts with 4. Sieg maintains Open lead SPRNGFELD - Steve Sieg, assistant professional at the onummy golf course, retained his lead in the New Jersey Open at Baltusrol Golf Club here yesterday by posting a for a two-day -under-par 43. The 24-year-old University of Pennsylvania graduate goes into today's 36- hole windup of the $20,000 event with a two-stroke lead over two-time champion Jack Kiefer of Andover and amateur Lee Hebbard of Old Tappan. Kiefer, who won the New Jersey Open title in 975 and 976, scored 72-73, while the virtually unknown Hebbard carded EADOWLANDS TONGHT Dotcon Loitll D (cnc).. - Soutido (Haughton) n Veroon (Levy)»! 4 KO LO Procno) 4-9 Jul Hanover (No Drlvor) (- tcrlehou Bunny (Gordli... in > Flrit Snadow (aul) - PoUlt Attar (No Drlvor) O- «Horry Houdlnl N (Cotolto) 0-0 lanos Spser N (O'Donitell) U4: f>oiio. l Heeev Bv (DolCtrroo) - Shock Troatmont (Lonmever).. - Smooth aodowlo-donn.il).5-4 SUtor (No Drlvar) V 5 PO Hymn (NO unvori '» Out D'Anolollllo) o-l tauowland RESULTS : ttl. eece, mile *. e-dalecra (O'Donnoll) < aillot Follv (Parker).40«Kroliart Nanny (Ooaertvl J0 UN 4.0O i-viiiiioo TNT (Cempoelll ar Jim alorlly (Sorenllno).4 Da H> W.KU H *rd:»».oo<a,r«llo Radiant Ruler (Campbtll) _.H.S0JJO 4 Jam Harnar) Tele» (Ul).40 SS ** ~ J-Lando [Lencetterf,U «.N J-f OOO (O'DonD Richard Hanovor (Wllllami) TrttocO: J-H4J7 0 O>:»7 J. rol mha J Ptrltcl Sttulv (Htvtar) SK S-Brookiida Prldt (Popllnoarl J Aro Hill Balulrwar...l.» tltcia: JS ilirmcaio l-turn tho Tldt (Futon) t-cynnlni BuniV (O'Donntil) cina)...'.'.'.". 4,2* i tii.«ttm tact, art* 4Nallva Hap "^gjjj*, ^ ii*i<irt...>.m 7 Wnlt (Dohorlvl^.^. fjo 4. P. itiiwr 7?;j ~7 Rutty Abbot (No Driver) ll Sugar Valley (H. Flllon) 0- t Sure Snow Faucher) 4-0 ontooo Hanover (cnlchol) K-\ : Face, tu Ota Ludell Hanover (Croxel s-l ountain Fella (iller) - 3 Carale (Na Driver) t- 4 Rhett Hanover (Hauahlon) t-! Elwood Hanover (No Driver)... t- t Kandu Hanover (No Driver) 7 Armt.ro Belmont (cneil) 0- B: Pica. tlttt Gearee Allen (Ollmsur) in star Happy (H. Flllon) K J Fortune Teller (Harner) 3-4 Sellton Bret (WaXot) n 5 Hierarchy (Campbell) 0- t Kaytlont Eiceller (lllerl - ) Better Heather (Heughtan) a-l Skirt Litter (O'DonntlU» e Elarfut (Crowel - t Vtlot (Porker). K Del Cavallo (Ackermen) 4- Nerot BB (cnlchol)»-l ] Avalanche (Parker) 0-3 deal Tanner (Oegllerol) si 4 Elitist (O'Oonnall) SCaramon (ewl) e- t lit FrlU (Allan)... 2 JB ninun UU r. Tlma ToCaht (O'DonD Rathad (Popflnwr)..H i Tkkat To Ro (Hauohton)... in t Ralen Hanovar Waoi) CrooKurrant (amll..in 0 umbrella Ftlle icempeell).....i-i 9 Great Nero (yers) 30-0 Laughing en Remmen) Thurlton Hanovor (Boring)... JS-l Power Bunny (No Driver)»- ;t»: Pact, tit.tot E Racer No Drlvtr) Padre Looell (cncnol) 0-3 ajtttlc Fella iwilllamt) t- 4 Des Alnnhurst idelcampo) 4 5 Uuncant Wight lu'lxmnell) S-l t Altnn No Driver) s-l 7 Pumping ron (No Driver) t- Shannon Fella (No Driver) 3- t Contrary Rich anil) 0-00.: Peu.tt Clank Tale (No Drlvar) t-i AlOUtl (Ackarman) t- J Brecon ban (No urlveri - 4 Programmed No Driver) 5 Newt Lobell (No Driver) 9-2 t H H Legend (Rtmminl 0-7 Lopei Song (No Driver)» r. Jim BOO (No Driver) 7- f <?O)t V^nl. («f*rlu» K. 0 Slipstream (O'Oonnoll) 4- ttk: Pece.tl7.ttl Nlckylou No Drlvtr) - Duncan Road (Sorrentlno) 5- Oddimektr (cncnol) 4-4 Champagne Happy (No Drlvar) e- 5 Double Slakes No Driver) - t Shady Jake (Rammen) 0-7 Tao Room No Driver) S- Harbor Skipper (H. Flllon) - t ajor Knlohl Doherty) 20 B: Pan. tit jot ArmDroAre (Gauiar) 2 Fernando Ann idunnioani Black Claulc Nkkalls) (GetHapoy cnlchol) STakoma Loball anil) 4- tlsh. but the bluefish scores on the night trips were big. At Bogan's Brielle Basin, the 25-foot Jamaica runs 7:30 a.m. dally trips for bluefish while the Paramount, Paramount and Jamaica fish for fluke and other groundfish on all day and half day trips. At night all of the boats sero in on bluefish, and get plenty of them. At Belmar arine Basin six captains operate the 4-foot S. S. iss Belmar and the new 80-foot super fast iss Belmar on both day and night trips for bluefish. The captains are Alvln Shinn, Robert Nash, John Forsyth, Warren hde and David and Allen Shinn. The original "super ship" sails at 7:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. and the new boat sails 7:30 a.m. to :30 p.m. and again at 7.30 p.m. Allen Shinn, a third generation Belmar captain, said action over the weekend was solid for blues averaging six to seven pounds, with the pool money captured by jumbos of 2 to 4 pounds. Some caught 20 or more and just about everybody caught some. The boats ran 8 to 20 miles off to get big fish. Striped bass rarely take killie and squid combination baits, but two large ones were weighed at Julian's Bait and Tackle shop in Atlantic Highlands this week. One was a 35ttpounder caught n the Sandy Hook surf by Dom Guida of Carteret and the other was a 35*i-pounder caught by George Zurella of North Plainfield. 4StaroomiCholca (Camobtll) Dlblk (No Drlvor) 5- t Country Gamblar (Allan) - 9 Lova Thai Naro (H. Flllon) 0- loa.o.arama (Stadotman). 20- SELECTONS Southsidc, Kopas LobeU, Boanles Skipper N - Pet Hymn, Happy Bibby, Shock Treatment Armbro Belmont, Rhctt Haaover, Carafe 4 Hierarchy, Star Happy, Elarfas 5 - ts Frits, deal Taaaer. Canmore Ralph Hanover, tuihad, Jo Nathan 7 - Albus, E Racer, Padre LobeU S - H H Legend, Classic Tale, Slipstream Shady Jake, Tap Room Get Happy, Love That Nero, Starpoms Choice BEST BET: Friti (Sth) Nancy Pair of Belford weighed a four-pound fluke at Julian's. Jules Pfeifer of Oakhurst weighed a 20-pound striper at Steven's Bait and Tackle shop in Long Branch. ike Holwitz of Belmar weighed an Bpound striper and Erik Baghsarian of EngUshtown an eight-pounder Jim Hosey of Keansburg weighed a 5- pound striped bass at Giglio's Bait and Tackle shop in Sea Bright. Arthur GigUo reported a lot of weakf ish being taken in the surf. Eddie Adams of Little Silver brought in a 0- pounder and el artens of Leonardo a ninepounder, i Capt. Jimmy orenz of the iss Take, Highlands, said almost 20 weakfish, in addition to a lot of bluefish, were taken on the boat on Sunday. Ten weakfish and a mess of blues were caught on Saturday. Capt. Stan Zagleski of the Elaine B, Highlands, said he found larger fluke along the beaches than he did in Raritan Bay. Jack Burke of Long Branch won a pool on the Shamrock out of Point Pleasant Beach with a 5 Vt-pound fluke. Craig Van Brunt of Red Bank and Allen Burke of Rumson were pool winners with fluke on the Satellite out of Atlantic Highlands. Capt. Robert Sidorski said there are so many lobster pots in Raritan Bay that trawlers are no longer able to operate at night. ORE THAN 00 BOATS ranging from large yachts to outboards will compete in the "$50, per Gallon minimum delivery 200 gallons COD. Service Available archon Home Fuel Bluefish Tournament" out of argate, Atlantic.County, tomorrow. The tournament is being sponsored by the Smithville nn, Smith ville. A cash priie of at least (6,000 wiu go to the boat weighing in the eight heaviest bluefish, but should anybody catch a world record oluefish he or she will ROADWAY 6" get $90,000, according to Ralph Stork, tournament director. Other cash prizes include $500 for the biggest bluefish caught on a Cairn Swimmer lure and $500 to the boat with the eight heaviest bluefish caught on Berkley Trilene XT line. A «lt,«n 7-foot Chris Cra Sport Boat will be the top prize at the 25th anniversary party of Shark River Hills arina to be held at the marina in Shark River Hills, Riverside Drive, Neptune, to f p.m., Saturday, Augusts. The boat, a 983 -S Scorpion with 20 h.p. ercrulser, has been donated to the Shark River Hills Fire Company and First Aid Squad which will award it at the party. r ROADWAY 24"REQ.»» 39 9S 8ov'sora'i3sod Boy's or airt's 3 spued V V. 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Rohrln J lot 27'4 Rorer * Rowon RCC X 24* RoylD RvdtrS.0b S 47 59'4 A: Two itocki you might consider which are geared toward an nvestor with an aggressive bejnt arc U.S. Surgical (OTC) and Cullinet Soware (NYSE). Being from assachusetts, Cullinet (technically it if still Cullinane Database pending approval of it* name change) might be of particular interest to you. This company, based in your area, t leading supplier of packaged soware products for B or similar mainframe computers. ts database management systems assist large corporations in more efficiently storing and retrieving large quantities of. information. ndustries served include manufacturing,* health care, banking and insurance. n recent years it has expanded its family of product* to include microcomputer soware. As a whole, this market is expected to reach *2 billion in sales by S. Along this line, a joint venture has been r arket n Brief NYSE ssues Consolidated Trading Thursday. July 4 Volume Shares 97,25,050 ssues Traded,968 Up 925 Unchanged 42 Down 63 NYSE. ndex S 4P Comp Dow Jones' nd. AP, SUCCESSFUL NVESTNG started with Apple Computer to develop a soware package linking Apple's new USA workstation with B mainframes. The market for computer soware today is vast, with sales growth likely to average SO percent to SS percent over the next several years. The key to Cullinet's outstanding success in this fast- growing business is its effective marketing techniques as well as new product developments. Earnings per share in fiscal 98 (ended 40) were up 45 percent from last year's levels and are expected to rise another t percent in fiscal 984. This stock is ^ait «ttraptlva» «p«^»hv» \my U.S. Surgical is another company with a promising future. From 97 through 96, the firm scored an impressive growth in earnings. But in 962 this trend was reversed. Despite a 0 percent increase in sales, per share net for the year fell to 80 from 8. a year earlier. Results were hurt by heavy plant start-* expenses, introductory costs tor new lines, a major eipanaion of lit sales force and temporary saoast in foreign business. However, conditions for the company are much more favorable now. Expanded manufacturing capabilities and new products will put U.8.S. back on the growth track. t i the dominant producer of surgical staplers, with over half of the U.S market Compared to suturing, surgical stapling offers basic advantages lacludlng reduced tissue handling, less trauma, better healing, and shorter hospital stays. Needless to y, the usage of this procedure has bean growing at a rapid pace and U.S. Surgical is a prime beneficiary. U.S. Surgical has developed a revolutionary new product, Lactomer. This substance U used in internal staples and clips that are fully absorbed by the body within 80 days. 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BONDS OR NOTES OP TH BOROUGH FOR THE PURCHASE OP FRE DEPARTENT EQUPENT FOR TH BOROUGH OP PAR HAVEN N THE COUNTV OP ONOUTH, NEW JERSEY. BE T ORDANED BV THE AYOR AND COUNCL OF THE BOROUGH OF FAR HAV C N N THE COUNTY OF O' OUTH. NEW JERSEY inc. less man iwb-ihim m mbers thereof affirmatively i'ncurr.no, AS FOLLOWS. Section. The improvement /described in Section 3 of this bond ordinance is hereby author ned to be undertaken bv the Borough of Fair Haven, New Jersey as a oeneral improvement. For the improvement or purpose described in Section 3, there s. h«reb*_ eropriatecj the ium of S00 00 as the down'oevment re: Quired by the Local Bond Law. The down payment is now available bv virtue of provision tor down payment or for capital improvement purposes in one or more previously adopted budgets 'Section 7. in order to finance the cost ot the improvement or purpose not covered bv application of the down payment, negotiable bonds are hereby authorized to be issued in the principal amount ot $9, pursuant to the Local Bond Law. n anticipation of the issuance of the bonds, negotiable bond anticipation notes are hereby author 'iied to be issued pursuant to and within the limitations prescribed bv the Local Bond Law. Section 3. (a) The improvement hereby authorued and the purpose tor the financing of which the bonds are to be issued is for the purchase of Fire Department Equipment, all as shown on and in accordance with (he plans and specifications therefor on file in the office ot the Clerk, which plans are hereby approved. (b) The estimated maximum amount ol bonds or notes to be issued tor the improvement or purpose is as stated in Section hereof. (c) The estimated cost of the improvement or purpose s equal to the amount ot the appropriation herein made therefor. Section 4. All bond anticipation notes issued hereunoer shall mature at such times as may be determined bv the chief financial officer; provided that no note shall mature later than one year from its date. The notes shall bear interest at such rate or rates and be in such form as may be determined bv the chief.inancial officer. The chief findncial officer shall determine all nutters in connection with notes issued pursuant to this ordinance, and the chief financial officer's signature upon the note) shall be conclusive evidence as to all such determinations. All notes issued hereunder may be renewed from time to time subject to the provisions of N.J.S.A. 40A:2S(a). The chief financial officer is hereby authorized to sell part or all of the notes from time to time at public or private sale and to deliver them to the purchaser s thereof upon receipt of payment of the purchase price Plus accrued interest from their dates to the date ot delivery thereof. The chief financial officer is directed to report n writing to the governing bodv at the meeting next succeeding the date when any sale or delivery of the notes pursuant to this ordinance is made. Such report must nclude the amount, the description, the interest rate and the maturity schedule of the notes sold, the price obtained and the name of the purchaser Section 5. The capital budget of n* Borough of Pair H«v«n hereby amended to conform with the provisions of this ordinance to the extent of any inconsistency herewith. The resolution n the form promulgated bv the Local Finance Board showing full detail of the amended capital budget and cttttii program as approved by the Director of the Division of LoceJ Government Service. is on file with the Clem and it available there for pu»iic nspection Section». The fallowing additional matters are hereby determined, declared, recited and ated: la) The mprovement or described in Section 3 ot as a general improvement, and no part of the cost thereof has been or shall be specialty assessed on property specially benefited thereby. (b) The period of usefulness ol the improvement or purpose within the limitations ol the Lo- Z Bond Lew, according to the reasonable life thereof computed from the dale of the bonds w- thorited bv this ordinance, s 0 years. (ct The Supplemental Debt Statement required bv the Local Bond Law has been dyjy prepared and tiled inlhe'otlice'of he" Clerk, and a complete executed duplicate thereof has been filed with the office ot the Director of the Division of Local Government Services n the Department of Community Affairs ot the State ot New Jersey. Such statement shows that th- oross debt ot the Borough as defined in ' the Local Bond Lav* s increased... Lw the auinof nalion of the bonds ordinance bv S9.S00.00, and the obligations authorized harem will be within all debt limitations prescribed bv that Law. (d) An aggregate amount not exceeding (500,00 for items of expense listed in and permitted under N.J.S.A. 40A 2-20 is included in the estimated cost indicated herein for the purpose or improvement. Section 7. All grant monies received for the purpose described m Section 3 hereof shall be applied either to direct payment of the cost of the improvement or to payment ot the obligations ssued pursuant to this ordinance. The amount ot obligations authorued but not issued hereunder shall be reduced lo the extent that such funds are so used. Section a. The lull faith and j credit ot the Borough are hereby pledged to the punctual payment ot the principal of and the interest on tbd obligations authoriied bv this bond ordinance. The obligations shall be direct, unlimited obligations of the Borough, and the Borough shall be obligated to lew ad valorem taxes upon all the taxable real property within the Borough for the payment of the obligations and the mter*st thereon without limitations ol rate or amount. Section 9. This bond ordinance shall take effect Todays aer the first publication thereof aer final adoption, as provided bv the Local Bond Law. 23 Pair Havtn > 229 Pair Havt Tht unicipal Bond Ordinance published herewith has been finally passed at regular meeting of tht ayor and Council of the Borough of Fair Haven, New Jersey held on July H, tm and tht twenty day period of limitation within which a wit, N. tiwi vt m.4w«>w. «*ttkfnlf>t the validity vt such ordinance can be commenced as Provided n the local toial law, Hat kown to run from ate Hett of Brit ouwkolkm e( m i ROY W. NELSON orau Clerk July S HUB OTC ONO OKDNANC APmO»«N»THO V* AND AUTHORZNG TN - OOKHOWT. W JV ai T ORDANED Y THE AYOR AND COUNCL OF THE aorouoh OP PAR HAVEN N TH COUNTY OP OHOUTH. NEW JERJEY ml oo man twe-rra. af all memfctri thereof afflinnallyaiv cancurrlnt) Al POLLOW»: section t The l*^vaf^ve) ocrltad la Section tf oomls. nogollidle bond anllcl- OA notes ore Doroky author Hod to lie ssued pursuant to and»llhln the limitation orekrltted t>» the uocol Bend Low Section. (0) The mprovement hereby authoilted end the purooto for the flnanclna ol which the bonds ire lo be ttued it lor the purchase of public works eoulpment, ell es shown on ond n accordance with the olens and speclllctllons therefor on file n the office of the Clerk, which plans are hereby ap- - proved: (b) The estimated maximum amount of bonds or notes to be ssued for the mprovement or purpose s es slated n Section 2 hereof. (cl The estimated colt ef he mprovement or purpose s equal to the amount of the appropriation herein made therefor. Section 4. All bond ontlcipotion notes ssued hereunder mov be determined bv the chief financial officer; provided that no note shall mature later than one veer from U date. The nov snail boar interest at such rate or rates and be n sue n form OS mov be determined by he chief linen, clll officer Tht chief financial officer shall determine ell mottors n connection with notes ssued pursuant to this ordinance, and the ch financial officer's slgneture upon the notes shell be conclusive evidence os to all luch determinations. All notes ssued herountfor may be not wed from time to time subject to the provisions of N.J.S.A. 40A2-KO) Tht chief financial officer t hereby eulhorltod to toll part or all ol the notes from time to time et puwilor private sale and to deliver them lo the purchasers thereof upon receipt of payment of the purchase price plus accrued nterest from their dates to the date of delivery thereof. The chief financial officer U directed to report n writing to the governing body at the meeting next succeeding he dale when ony sale or delivery ol the notes pursuant to ill ordinance s made. Such report mult nclude the amount the dttcrlptkn. the interest rate and the maturity schedule ol t noon sow. the price obtained end the home of thepurcheser. Section. The capital budget of the lorough of Polr Haven t hereby amended to conform with he provisions ol tt ordinance to the extant of any inconslstenc v > herewith. T resolution n the form promulgated by the Local Finance Board showing full dotail of the amended capital budget and capital program as approved by the Director ol the Division of Local Government Service! s on file with the Clerk and it avallaofe there rar pumic nspection. Section 4. The following oddttionel motion are hereby determined, declared, recited end stetad: (o) The mprovement or purpose dpscrlbod n Section of this bond ordinance s not a currant expense. t on mprovement or purpost (hot the Borouon may lawfully undertake os o general mgrovomont ond no part of the coot thereof D boon or than bo loeclellv ootegtodan pfoogttw specially (b) The period ol utelneie tw Tntjl i^to*e^e?^r^i^ttjstjtt Qf Pve VQOJOJT within the limitations ol tht Local Bend Low, according to the - - * be epplled either to direct payment of the cost of the mprovement or to vment of the ogatlera issued pursuant tt this ordinance. The amount of obligations author nd but not v sued hereunder shall be reduced to the extant that such funds are soutod. Section. T fun folth and credit of the Borough an hereby nciualvmoi of and the of the principal of forest en the obligations author lied bv S bond ordinance. T limited obllgollons. ond the of Borough. 4 be obligated to low at) valorem taxes upon all the mao reel property within the Borough far the payment of the obligations and the nterett therein without limitation of rote or amount Section. This bond ordinance than take effect» <4y< aer the first aubllcotlon thereof by the Locel Bond L4w T unicipal land Ordinance published herewith l been flllv pasted at a reamer mooting of ho lygr end Ctuncll ol the Borough of Pelr Haven. New Jersey en July t, P. end he twenty day ported of limitation within which a suit ocon or proceedlne. giiiitle»a tht validity of luch can" n he local band low. haa begun to run from the date of the m publication of tt statement. ROY W NELSON Borough Clerk July S OH NOTC ORDNANCE AENDNO ARTCLE "BUSNESS AD- NSTRATOR" OP CHAPTER ENTTLED "ADNS- TRATON" OP TH REVSED OENERAL ORDNANCE! OP THE BOROUGH OP PAR HAVEN BE T ORDANED by the eyor and Council of the Borough of Pair Haven tt COtar "Administration" ol the above entitled Ordinance! SCTON. Cheater i "Administration". Article -4 "tthnest tdmlnrstralor" i hereby d o reed as follows:. Assistant Admlnlotretor; Deputy Clerk. (a) There t horoby created the Office of Assistant Borough Admktrobx <r shall, m t A t k f al aw Httta asx^otsttiokol j llltl l a l i a ^ e" wrotv tb^anj tjhattbjfl petxptf oavtw pv> lunctfo ol that office. The Assistant Borough AdmlnlaUam shell be appointed by the over. wh» >ht eevke mt tmtm a Council, lor a term of Out () calendar year or the untxotred ion-on moron at i cmnipii lion flxed annually, by rmhojw ol the Borough council or o Bereueh'iSoleryC aakle) bv the over and Council of the Borough of Pair Hovon for a ten* ol Out () cilotitlr veer or tea umpired pantta lied to undertaken gorouanor relr Haven. New jersey et e istral intofongmom. f J J t o o b a B t j detcrlked m reb o pjrevee 3. more hi of U m ncluding the sum ef U fa l H. raoaoalii NUT low^ajov.tatov otov VtsTJ JoT B at/*«ovtavvnoven rooujrodbvlhelacal Bond Law. "W vttpptn H"Tri"ejJtJTT V nonor BjrWtv" rlitxain i a,,.pani -^ *- *_. i--. woivwti o»ojtttnoffvi fjir TBJJT cvpii#i UTtV orovomenl eureoeee n one or more prevlouilv adapted lociion l.lnor»erlenneoc. ^^BjT vf^tivt vjw ^Rv ^W^^T'a't'Bj^tTglbl'li H uon'ot 'gtt dowe. eovmoa?, tlabh bondt ore hereby out lied woe ued n the arlnclpei OUogl BO ram the date of o bonds tu thorutd by this ordinance, s mn. (c) T Supplemental Debt SUttmont required by the Local Bond Law l m duty prepared end filed n he offlco of mo Clerk, and a c tt ixecuted dukete thereof s en filed with he offlco ef the Dtrecter ef CH.iUen ti \JKH Government Services n tdoeertment ef Community Afreln ol me State ol New Jersey, tuck ^te^e^^ ^^r'^'wte ^ovojjii m e ffatoo omtberttigooanodln tht Local Bond Low is men by t outhorltouen of t.sa orlllhlrol Btr thje4ea, and t obllgatlone othrltad horakl will bewhn l dollm ereecrlbedbymallaw. (4 OUoal end LmrVSHa ootlan ol tia.lteuanco of t rifcjrjgstl»tlory Ordmonxe. T duties ef t Doouty lonugh cterk oh bo to eld and eeent t ElrujjH Clerk under the g>inii» OS* supervision ol lorllti Clerk, t do and perterm got* dutlei at may 4iili.il by We Borough Clerk, tht over end CouncL or the chotrponaa of

33 Ul TELEVSON TOORROW ore lesals on AS, AS and BS m Kaaniburg NOTC Tho Kaomkura Zonlna Board ol Adlustmont will hold l u no«roaular moating of Thurada>. July u. lot] at Borough Hall starting ot :00 P. Emily O'Hara. Socraury July 4 j i at, 24 Saa Bright PUBLC N O T C Plaaao taka notlca that tha ayor and Council of tho Borough ol loo Bright, Now Jarlav will hold a Spoclal ooting on onday, July, W. at :00 P.. n tha Borough Hall, t o n East Ocoan Avonuo, Soa Bright, Now Joraov. Tha auraoao of this moating l l to moat with tha Planning Board and a i t c u u tha propotad amandad dantltv or dlnanca and othor Plonnlng Board mattart. Thlt mooting l l opon to tho public. ARY LARSON Borough Clork July S w 24 Shrewsbury Borough (continued) J8TARSKY AND HUTCH QHOKBERACeO STAHTWK Quaat Qralg Neltlea LAST CHANCE OARAQE B o d Saaie coatlmiaa rut aanay ol cold and loul waauiai acceaeonea ana automobile rust Tf AWUAKER8 Co. ratpondanla Linda War tneimar and uo«ie Horjerta join Paul Duke lor an up-lothe minute aummary of Con gretaional acliviliaa tyo Ackarman) la taking ovar hla iob, and a magician (Dick Van Pattan) intarfaraa in hla daughlar'a now lova atlalr. (R) D JANE EYRE XlKi OVK * * "Summar Lovara" (iafi2. Romanca) Daryl Hannah, Polar Qailaghar. Pola 0 ) THE HARDY BOYS / BA ALL N THE FALY NANCY E W VSTERES 9:30 B 9 BASEBALL Regional 0:00 6 ONTOR KUNOFU covaraga o l ontreal Ol NEWS CREDaXEHUlK Enpoe at Atlanta Bravaa or USA CO-ED O ABC NEWS CLOSEUP T n u Rangara at No* York "Allaa John Blaka" Tha "Al SPOT OVE * * w " exploile ol iournallat Patar Ought To Ba n Plcturaa" 8HANANA Wataon, who aaaumad a (tgs2. Comady) Waltar falaa idantlty to go under BASEBALL Ta«aa atlhau. Ann-argrat covar n tha an world and Rangara al Now York Yank- 6:08 "WRE8TLHQ gathar nformation about * : * > CBS NEWS smugglod and alolon worka, SQUARE FOOT OAR NBC NEWS ara documantad. NEWS ' OD OVK * * H "Daiign USA OV* t V * * t t "J. N SEARCH OP... For Living" (933. Comody) gto Flglilaia" (98. Adven ANSTREA Fradrlc arch. Gary Coo n»o) Biciiord Todtf. LauYOU: AGAZNE FOR ranca Hanoy. WOEN OET SART SPOT O V * i t Rocky TC OVE * * * NDEPENDENT NETW" ( 2. Drama) Sylvetler 'Venom (9(2. Sutpente) WORK NEWS Stallone. Ctrl Woalhara. Sta Nlcol Williameon. Klaua Kin USA ALFRED TCHCOCK aki. SO HUC rcanno PRESENTS aavlso SHOW OVE *'> TC O V K * * * "Outlaw efak P V K W S Noil "Paplllon" (973. AdvanBluaa" (977. Drama) Patar O OaWac and Joiiioy Lyona tura) Stava cqueen. DuaFonda. Suaan Saint Jamaa hoat an nformative look al tm Hottman. SPOT OVK * * H "Rocky w h a t! now at tho moviaa. NEWS " (982, Drama) Sylvaalar 0 OVK * * "Deep Red" PRE OF YOUR U N. Stallona. Carl Weathert (076, Horror) David Hemm LLER'S COURT SLACK NEWS nge. Dorio Nlcoladl NEW YORK PEOPLE 0:30 NDEPENDENT NETFaaturad: teenege runa OVK * "Tha oat WORK NEWS waya and what'a baing Dengeroul an Alma" HOOAN'S HEROES dona to help them, look at ( i f l e i. Science Fiction) Ron THS WEEK N BASE' lha light between aporta Randall. Dabra Pagal BALL fithermen and Long laland TC OVK * * "Lookin CD LOVE LUCY commenciel fiaharman ovar To Oat Our (982. Coma 0:38 N E W S atnpad baaa. dy) Jon Voight. Ann ar 0 0 N E W S THE SANT O OVE * * * "Tha Pro SHOW PYGALON Palar DANCE FEVER laaaionala" (968. yatary) O'Toolo Prol. Higgme StOE ALBANY Burl Lancaatar. Laa arvin argot Kiddar la E l m Dolil STAR TREK B ABC NEWS tla and John Standing la SOLD OOLD JACKE QLEA80N fijacw Col. Pickonng n thia par8skel a EBERT AT SUPERSTARS 6 e S 8 X! ODD COUPLE lormanco of Oaorga BarTHE OVES CELEBRTY SHOWCASE nard Shaw'a claaetc comeusa SPORTS PROBE BEST OF ONQHT dy chronicling tha profea- 7 : * ON THE TOWN Fee HAL eor'a alforta lo maka Eliza turad: a profile ol New York _ HYDROPLANE RACQ proaonlablo to aocialy Blunt woman Hyla arrow. "Stroh'a Thundartaat "83" 3:00 0 LORNE GREENE'S NEW mtorviewe with Suaan USA NK3KT FLKJHT Joa WLRfCSS Anton, organ Fairchlkl, Cockar / Laat Danca at Tha Donna ills and Suianna OVK * * "ThaThraa Olllo / REO Spaadwagon Somert, a group of elemenavangara" (S80. AdvenSHOW BZARRE John Bynar tary eludenla who calebrat tura) ahowa you thlngl atranga ad tha Chmaaa New Yaar Wl O OVC * *» "Ra than truth, larger than lia preterit.ng a play byproaa Baycmd Vongaaneoj" (S66. and laniar.. ihan_ anylhlng O OLEN 0 CAPBELL Waalant) Chuck Cormora. you ve avar aeen OSCSHOW ichael Renme :8 f ) NEWS ALL N THE FAB.Y WORLD SPECAL 2 ' EDCAL ARVELS :30 NEWS "AgaNiat Tha Wind: A O SATURDAY NHT LVE Eyawltnaaa news health, Cuban Odyaaay " Tha lourhoat: Bruca Dam. Qu medical, and acianca correnay ol lour Cuban rafugooa Leon Redbone (R) (o the Unltad SUtaa la. a look at praaant day moditracad frorn their dapartura THE HONEYOONERS cal thaorlaa and applicato thoir preaenl situation 8 (EAT PERFORANCnona which ara living up lo ES "Tinker, Tailor, Soldier thoaa rnarvala of yaator OVK * * W Houee Of Spy" George Smiley (Alac yaar. ' (939, yatary) Wil Qulnnaaa) heara a atory o 0SOUDOOLO Ham Qargan, Alan DmaOert batrayal with a chilling con l HZ) OVK * * * "Caplaina 0 AORONSKY AND COclualon and accapta a mla PANY OThaClouda"(i942. Ora-.««t «^» lio (Part 2) USA SPORTS LOOK organ. 0 ) OVE * * "Calabra3:30 0 OVK * * "Tha Hat- T:aeSZ) BASEBALL onlraal tlon At Big Sur" (07. Enpot at Atlanta Bravaa llalda And Tha ccoya ualcal) Joan Baai. Jonl WALT DSNEY (R) ( Drama) Jack 8 : itchell Palanca. Slava Forraat O FFRENT STROKES OJKrCKBOXQ Willie gala a diharant and 0 SAFAR TO ADVENTURE SHOW OVE **W dielurbing meighi into hia 4:00 0 OATST SPORTS Beech Okie" (982. Compart-lime iob at r. Drum LE0ENO8 "Bill Ruaaall" ady) Oabra Blaa. Val Kline mond'a corporation rom an Hoat: Joyna Kennedy 8 ALL»f THE FALY unemployed riend (Erik NOVA "Hawaii: Crucibla OVK * * "The oaat) ( R ) Q Of Ufa" A ravaallng tour la Wind And Tit. L l o n ' T l V S. B OVK * * "Captain lakon ol tha land ol voladvantura) Sean Connery, Blood" (t»36, Advantura) " " canoaa whoaa baauty haa mado it a aymbol of plaa aura and vaoallo«. (R) g OVK * "Tha Talloo Connaciion" (*79. Advon lura) Jim Kotty, Chan Sing. U6A PCK THE PROS (R) SPOT OVK * * * "Tha Daap" (S77, Advanlura) ReDart Shaw. Jacquollno ~)SANANA OVC * H "Clancy Boy a" (843. Coma dy) Lao Oorcey. Huntl Hall USA SCHOLASTC SPORTS ACADEY (R) TC OVK * * * "Claah Of Tha Tltana" ( l U t. Fan taay) Harry Haifflen. Lauranca Otrviar, OW BARRY AL0W: THE ROUND anilow partootia a eelaction ol hia ha. kieajdlng "andy," " Write Tha Songa," "Can't SmHe Without You" and "Copactbana ' Taped at Prtteburghe Cc Araaa. B«0t) l*«a OOLF "coonalda Claaalc" Third-round (*va from tha White anor Country Club n Uetvern, Pa.) WDE WORLD OF SPORTS Scheduled: boning - WNrad Bentiai va. uatala Hamaho in a to-round reiddtawatgrtt bout (live rom Laa Veoaa. Nev); th» World rwhatlorval High Dive Chaltaoga (front San Dtago. Caal.). THE ROAD TO LOS ANOBLES Orympic hopaluto profited ara ark Smith (lancing). Tracy Rull and Candy Coette (aynchronliad atrlmmlng). Jamaa Wofford (aquaatrlan) and Bob Nlaman (modam pentathlon) CPS PATROL Errol Flynn. Olivia da Havllland. LAUQHTRAX fit T.J. HOOKER Hookar'a OVC * * H "ThaDavinvaatigation ot a murder ll'a Wab" (978. Suapanta) laada him to an unaotvad Diana Dora. Andraa arcovcaaa and a reunion with a ccl. baautiful former llama TC O V K * * "Saturday (Rabecca Holder.) (R) Q Tha 4th" (98. Comady) O OVK * * "Soma Richard Banjamin, Paula Came Running" (958, Drt ma) Frank Sinatra. Shlrlev SPOT OVC * *» "JabacLaina barwocky" (977. Comady) 0 SEARCH FOR THE LE lchaal Palln. ax Wall. "Sacral Fountaina" Attar Spaka ia choaan to lead a new e«oedltlon Burton la 2: S B SPORTS PEOPLE ti 4:30 S ' h l L! SkVilnda Ripon «: 3 o 8 OVK * "Ski Lilt To Falls andatarta dowarivar Death" (978. Suapanaa) Deborah Baffin, Charlea where ha meete Samuel Frank, Bakar aalllng upatraam. OVK * * * "Tha Sto- t :00 O **OCK 'N" ROLL TOTE O OVK * "Dr. ry 0 Three Lovee" (953. Jekyll And Sitter Hyde" Drama) Pia» Angaii, ' Kirk (972, Horror) Ralph Batea. Douglaa. artina Baawick SB UC CTY NEWS 0 BES ST OP KWKT AWARDS Tha Slutler BrothSPECAL ara and Louiae endrell :08 SHOW OVC * * "Friday hoa) thia praaanlatlon ol Tha 3th, Part H" (98. awatda choaan by lha read Horror) Amy Steel. John arahlo of one ol country Furay. muaic'a oldaat publications Ouaala: Alabama. Loratta 2 0 B OVK * * * * "Eaat Ot Edan" (966. Drama) Lynn. Barbara andreh. Tha Jamaa Daan. Julia Harrla. Oak Rldga Bora. Conway 30 ( B 700 CLUB Twttly TC OVK * * "Victo8 EOPJES WTH LAWry" (98, Advantura) SylRENCE WfLK vaater Stallone. lchaal USA OVATON "Whicker'e Caam World Down Undar" / "Stalin and Ruaalan Hsatory" / :40 SPOT OVK * t t "Friday Tha i3th. Part H" (982. "Tha Florida Evargladaa" Horror) Dana Kimmel. Paul TC O V * *» "Rocky Kralka Hi" (962. Drama) Byhraalar fcooes NDEPENDENT NETSlakona, Carl Waathara WORK NEWS SPOT O W * * "Sumnvar m NQHT TRACKS Lovara" (982. Romanca) (CONTO) Daryl Hannah, Patar Oal 2 : t O «OVE»*'» "Tha laghar. aak 0 Shaba" ( : SaVVER SPOONS An Advantura) Walter Pldgeon. overbearing egotial (John Reilly) who waa onca AERCA'S BLACK THOSE AUAV AW- pu USA USA PRESENTS: T-OUT THEATER "Bom To Sail" toaopwd U S f f i OTORWEEK U.US- TBATED 9 0 OHaW. 2 THE PSOPUt" "Compulalva dama * * ' A look al tha proba m eaaaa" with aata- \SXUSSmi\^S!i B JE«W»«^ THi Hjmov a p4ana on lha Siratton aatala (R) 0OVK***H "Franch 5 O ««ie (975. Ora- ma) Oana Hadtman. Farnando Ray fl^ s ( SOUDOOLD H0W OVE * * H Tuner. Wagon" (iaat. Comatfy) Candy oora. C-jjjJy, AUn A., «*, (a team** with a kivttoator (Kim Slantay) to find a paychopattttb wraitgw*. W> UOV A T Tha era* mambara ara aafcad to daea lha caaa ol a landlady (Aiwa aara) aulng ha# lanant (Jarry Htor). a prothat a format aladant (Bat- Tha Arrow" (966. Waattm) Rod Staigaf. Brian Kattt.» DEUWA VAY FORU A QHT PLHT Joa Cockar / Laat Dance* al Tha DWo / REO Spaadwaooii OTC Saalod Bid! will bo received bv tha ayor and Council of tho Borough of Shrewsbury. on dev. August, l t t l a t l : 0 0 p. m. e t tho unicipal Bulldlna 4» Sycamore Avonuo. Shrewsbury. for ho following: B4 Chovrolot <. m (.nomi Cab or Equivalent Blara a r t rfmulrl in rflmlv with P.L.»75, C. 27. The ovor and Counail raaorvo tho rleht to roloct any and all bidt n tha bait nterest of tho Borough. Ootallad iaachlcaa«and Bid forms con ba obulnod from ho offlco of tho Borough Clark. unicipal B u H d l n g 40 Svcamort Avanua. Shrowsburv. N.J. ariana Notallns Borough Clark July S u.n NOTC Tha Board ol Adliatmont of tha Borouah ol Shrawtburv at t* mootlna on July t, «J grantod a varlanca application bv Thaodoro P. Jr. and Angola. Srunalll lor pramltot localod at Pattorion Avonuo and known as Block 7. Lot i» on tho Ta< a p of tha Borough of Shrowiaurv. Thlt Kasolutlon l l on lia in tho official rocordt of tha Board at 4* Svcamoro Avanua, Shrawtbury. N.J. ary Lou artin, Clork Shrowsburv Board ol Adlustmont July 9.4B NOTC BOND ORDNANCE PROVDNG FOR THE CONSTRUCT O N OF AN A U X L A R Y BOROUGH GARAOE AND CON STRUCTON OF AN ADDTON TO THE PRESENT BOROUGH GARAGE N THE BOROUGH OF SHREWSBURY. N THE COUNTY OF 0 N 0 U T H, NEW JERSEY, APPROPRATNG in THEREFOR. AND AUTHORZNG THE SSUANCE OF HS.OOO BONDS OR NOTES OF THE BOROUGH FOR FNANCNG SUCH APPROPRATON. BE T ORDANED BY THE BOROUGH COUNCL OF THE BOROUGH OF SHREWSBURY. N THE COUNTY OF ONOUTH. NEW JERSEY, (not loss than two-thirds of all tha mambors tnaroof atflrmatlvalv concurring), AS FOLLOWS: Soctlon. Tho mprovamant dascrlbod n Soctlon of this bond ordlnantt s haraby author ltd a t a ganoral mprovamant to ba mado or acaulrod by tha Borouah ol Shrewsbury. n ho County of onmouth, Now Jar lay. For tho id mprovomant or purpoto stottd n said Soctlon 9, thoro s harabv approprlatod tha sum ol , said sum ing ncluslvt of all appropriations harotoforo mada tharator and ncluding tho sum of t4.o.00 ot tha dawn aaymant r tald lm- provomant or purposat rtaulrtd bv law and now avallabla tharalor bv vlrtua of provltlon n a budgot or budgatt of tho Borough previously adoptod. Soctlon. For tho financing of said mprovomant or purpota awl lu magi lia pail ul told SW.O.00 appropriation not provldod lor by application hart undar of tald down pavmant. n*gotlobla bonds of tha Borough and hortbv authorliad to ba s tuod n principal amount ot lis.soo.oo pursuant to and within tha limitations prakrlbod n ha Local Bond Law of Now Jartav. constituting Chapter : of Title in tntlclpttlon of tht lnuence of id bondt and to temporarily finance i d improvement or purpose, neaotlabte notes of tht Borough n a principal amount net exceeding W.S00. are hereby authorised to b t ssued pursuant to and within tha limitations prescribed bv said Law. Section 3. (e) The mprovement herebv authoriied and the purpose for t h t flnanclna of which teld obligations a r t to be issued s construction of an auiiiierv Borouah oareoe and construction of an addition to the present Borough gartgt, t i l * shown on and n accordance with plans and specifications therefore prepared and on file n the Office of the Borough Clerk and hereby approved. (b) Tht estimated maximum amount of bonds or iwtts to ba iisuad for said Purpose is tu.soo.oe. ( O The estimated cost of said purpose l l *0.000.oo, the excess thereof over the said tstimattd maximum amount of bonds or notes to be ssued therefor btlns the amount of the said 4, down payment for said purpose. Section 4. All bond anticipation notes siued hereunder shell mature at such times as mav be determined bv the chief financial officer; provided that no note shall mature later than one veer from ts date. The notes shall bear nterest at such rate or rates end be in such form as mav bt determined bv tht chief financial officer. The chief financial officer shah determine all matters n connection with notes stutd Pursuant to thlt ordinance, and the chief financial officer's signature upon tht notes shall be conclusive evidence a i to all such determinations. All notes ssued hereunder mav be renewed from H U bj time ; «b j «i te tht»rs vision* of N.J.S.A.A:24 ( a ). Tht chief financial officer t. harabv authorlied to toll part or all of the notes from time to time at public or private sate and to deliver them to the purchasers thereof upon receipt of payment of the purchase price plus accrued interest from their dates to tht d t t t of delivery thereof. Tht chief financial officer s directed to remrt n writing to the governing body at tha mettlne next succeeding the date when anv sale or delivery ot the notes pursuant to this ordinance t made. Such report must nclude tht amount the description, the interest rate and t h t maturity schedule of tht notes sold, the price obtained and the name of tht purchaser. Section S. Tht capital budget of tht Borouah of Shrewsbury s herebv annexed to conform with tht provisions of this ordinance to the txlent of anv inconsistency herewith. T h t resolution n tha form promulgated bv the Local Finance Board showing full detail of the amended capital budget and capital program as aportveo by We Director of the Division of Local Government Services s on fltt with the Clerk and is available there for Public Section t. t h e tewlna mattart ara hereby determined, declared, recited end staled: (a) The tald aurpoae described n Section of thtl bond ordinance t net a currant expanel and i t property or- mp «apvavarffavrn irfrlltli awtw BJotTUtTJi may lawfully Jc«wtr«or ma*a a narttr mtirwa manc anal iw»a< o*» eo«t tttarvat hat twtn or thah t o ia«kiai.v auaiaod on h rt ii taam* (a) Thee»rledtfL_ i, wln tht llmt- n aia.i'u uf um~ Shrtwtburv u l d Local ona Law and accord no to Uw roooonaa li tttaroof, la twenty voart. <c) Tha tiiaoitamahtot <tou italomont roaulrod by tha id Law has boon duly matfo and filod n tho Off tea of tho Borough Cltrfc and comptato taacutod orloinal thoroof h a i boon fllod in tho Offlca of tht Olroctor of tho Divlilon of Local Govornmont Sorvtcoi. n tho Doparimont of Community Affalri of tho State of Now J a r t o v. and tuch itatomant ihows that tho e r o u dobt of tho lorouan at do*nod n Soctlon *0A - n of told Law t incroatod by thlt bond ordlnanc* bv HS.sDo.flo and mat tno taio otxtsatloni authorliod bv thli bond ordlnanca will ba within all dobt limitation, protcrlbod bt tald Law. fl) Not tkcoodlno Si-000 «on account of ntarott trvglrvr ng and ntpoctlon coitl. loaai and accounting aapontat ryj thi cost of luuanco of i d othtga tlont, a t doflnotf and authoriioc bv Soctlon 40A: 2 of tald Low l i and thall bo chargad a t a part ol tha cost of sold purpoto to bt flnancad bv tha ittuanco of solo obligations. (action 7. Tha full talth and crtdlt of tho Borough art horoby plodeod to tho punctual pavmonl of tho principal of and nteract on tald obligation! authorlnd bv this bond ordlnanca. Said obligations shall bo dlroct, unlimited obligations of tho Borough, and tho Borough than ba obligated to lovy ad valoram taxot upon tha taxabla proportv within tho Borough for tha pavmant of tald obligations and ntorast thoroon without limitation of rate or amount. Section Thli bono ordlnanct shall tako tffoct twenty davs aer the first publication thereof aer final passage, as provided bv said Local Bond UK.. ' NOTC T H E F O R E G O N G ORDNANCE WAS NTRODUCED at a moating of tha Borough Council of the Borough of Shrewsbury on July, H3 and will be further considered for final oasoe, aer public hearing, at a meeting to be held by the Council et Borough Hall, ««Sycamore Avenue, Shrewsbury at p.m. on August,*U. arlenehotallng Borough Clerk July S wu NOTC BOND ORDNANCE PROVDNG FOR THE PURCHASE OF POLCE COUNCATONS E Q U P E N T FOR T H E BOROUGH OF SHREWSBURY. N THE COUNTY OF ONOUTH, NEW JERSEY, APP R O P R A T N G $5, THEREFOR, AND AUTHORZNG THE SSUANCE OF J4,7H.00 BONDS OR NOTES OF THE BOROUGH FOR FNANCNG SUCH APPROPRATON. BE T ORDANED BY THE BOROUGH COUNCL OF THE BOROUGH OF SHREWSBURY, N THE COUNTY OF ONOUTH, NEW JERSEY (not lets than two-third* of l the members thereof efflrmatlveiv concurring). AS FOLLOWS: Section l. Tha mprovement described n Section 3 of thli bond ordlnence s herebv authorlied as a general mprovement to be mada or acaulred bv the Borough of Shrewsbury, in the County of onmouth, New Jersey. For trw sold mprovement or purpose stated n id Section 3, there s hereby appropriated the sum of SS.ooo 00, said sum being nclusive of ell epproprlotions heretofore made therefor and ncluding the sum of 2SO.00 as the down payment for said mprovement or purposes required bv law and now available therefor By virtue ot provision n a budget or budgets of the Borough previously adopted Section 2, For the financing of said mprovement or purpose and to meet the pan of id 5, appropriation not provided for bv application hereunder of id down payment, neeotlabie bonds of the Borough and herebv authorited to be issued n principal amount of $4.7*0.00 pursuant to and within the limitations prescribed n the Local Bond Law of New Jersey, constituting Chapter 2 of Title 40* of the New Jersev Statutes. " in anticipation of the tuance-dl said bonds and to temporarily finance said mprovement or purpose, negotiable notes of the Borough n a principal amount not exceeding S47SO.0O are hereby authoriied to be ssued pursuant to and within the llmltei t i j b t Section 3. (a) The mprovement herebv authoriied and the purpose tor the financing of which said obligations are to be issued s the purchtst of Police Communications equipment, all as shown on and n accordance with plans and specification, therefor prepered and on file n the Office of the Borough Clerk (b) The estimated maximum amount of bonds or notes to b t issued for said purpose s (c) The estimated cost of said purpose is is.ooo.oo. tht excess thereof over the said estimated mexlmum amount ot bondt or notes to be ssued therefor being the amount of the said down pavmant tor said purpose. Section 4. All bond anticipation notts ssued hereunder shall mature at such times as mav be determined bv the chief financial officer; provided that no note shall mature later than one veer from ts data. The notes (halt bear interest at such rate or rates and be n such form as mav be determined bv tht chief financial officer The chief financial officer shall determine all matters n connection with notes ssued pursuant to this ordinance, and the chief financial officer's signature upon the notes shall be conclusive evidence as to all such determinations. All.totes l.sved htreunder mav bt renewed from time to time subject to the provisions Of N.J.S.A A l-b ( t ). Tht chief financial o f f k t r is hereby authorized to sail part or all of the notes from time to time at public or private sale and to deliver them to tha purchasers thereof upon receipt of payment of the purchase price plus ac crued nterest from their dates to the date of delivery thereof. The chief financial officer s directed to report n writing to the governing body at the meeting next succeeding t h t datt whan anv sale or delivery of the notes pursuant to thli ordinance s made. Such report must nclude the amount, tht description, the nterest rate and the maturity schedule of the notes sold, the price obtained and tht name of Section 5. Tnt capital budget J^j^u^l^^^i^iS^xiir the provisions of this ordinance to the extent of anv inconsistency therewith. The resolution n the form promulgated bv the Local Finance Board showing full detail of t h t emended capital budget and capital program as approved bv the Director of the Division of Local Government Services s on file with tht Clerk and s available there for public inspection. Section t. Tht following metttrs are herebv determined, dtclered, recited and stated: (a) The said purpose described n Section 3 of this bond ordinance s not a current expense and is property or improvement which the Borough mav lawfully acquire or makt as a general mprovement, and no part of tht cost thereof has been or shall b t specialty assessed on the property specltliv benefited thereby. (o) The period of usefulness of said purpose, within the limitations of Section «A : l - «of the said Lucal Oond Law and according to tht reasonable life thereof, s five veers. (c) The supplemental debt statemtnt reoulred bv tht said Law hat b t t n duly made and filed n tha Office of tht Borouah Clerk and a complete executed original thereof has b t t n Hied n tht Office of t Director of t h t Division of Local Government Strvlctt, in tht Department ot Community Affairs of tht Stale ef N t w J t r s t v. and such statement shows that tnt grata debt of tht Borough as defined n Section 4 0 A 2 - U of said Law is increased bv this bond ordinance by 4.rso.00 and that tha saw obligations author-lied bv this ant) ordinance will ba within all 242 Shrtw*bury Borough FRDAY, JULY 5,983 T h e said Law. <d> Nat exceeding on account of nterest, engineering end inspection cotts, level and accounting expenses and the coal el lsewei.ee of said eeetions. as defined and authorised bv Sec lion OA:0 of U Law s and shall be charged a t a part of the cott «f sa purpose to be financed bv the issuance of sold obugetiom Section 7 The full talth and credit of tht Borough are herebv Pledged to the punctual payment of the principal of and nterest on said ebllgetkmt authorliad bv this bond ordinance. Said oblige kon, thall N dirfkt unlimited obligations of tht Borough, and the Borough shall bt obligated to levy ad valorem taxes upon tho taxable property within tha Borough tor the payment of tald obligations and nterest thereon without limitation of rate or amount. Section This bond ordinance shell take effect twenty davs aer the first publication thereof aer final passage, a t provided bv id Local Bond Law. NOTC THE FOREGONG OR. DNANCE WAS NTRODUCED at a meeting of the Borough Council of the Borough of Shrowtbury on July, i m and will be further considered for final passage, aer public hoarng, at a meeting to be held bv the Council at Borough Hall, 4* Sycamore Avenue, Shrewsbury e t l p.m. on August, t * U. arleneholellng Borough Clerk JUV S l Tlnton Fills """ PUBLC NOTCK The Governing Body of the Borough of Tlnton Falls has awaioea a contract without competitive bidding at a professional service pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40A: ii-s () (a). The resolution au thorlzing me s available for public nspection n the office of the Borough Clerk, 554 Tinton Avenue. Tlnton Falls, N.J. Awarded to Thtojore cglnness, Appraiser Services: Toessessthevalue of easements end rlghts-of-wav acquisition for the installation and maintenance of a sanitary sewer line. July S 4-4 N O T C TO B D D R S NOTCE is herebv given that seeled proposals will be received bv tho Purchasing Agent of the Borouqh of Tlnton Falls for; TRAFFC VOLATONS CONTROL SYSTE To be received by hand delivery or U.S. mall eddreised to Purchasing Agent, Borough of Tinton Falls, SSt Tinton Avenue. Tlnton Falls, N.J on or before Augutt, 94 0:00 a.m. prevailing time, no bids being received aer public call thereaer Said proposal s to be n accordance with the spec f! cet ons, copies of which are on file in the office of the Purchasing Agent, 5S4 Tlnton Avenue, Tlnton Fells. N.J and mav bo obtained durlng regular business hours 00 a.m. 4:30 P.m. onday through Friday. All bids must be submitted 244 Tlnton Falls 244 Tlnton Falls Duly Register B9 245 Union c h NOTC There will be e regular motting of the members of the Untoa) j r Beach Board of Education on Tuesday, July tt. 9U at %W P. at the Florence Avonue Administration Building. This will be a public matting) : at which all ntccssery buslnest, willbetrancted.l. Acker man, Board Secretary ' July 5 u U on tha standard proposal term as required by the specifications, enclosed n a sealed envelope bearing name and address of bid oers and the title of the bid on the outside "During the performance of this contract, all contractors era required to comply with the requlrementt of P L. *7S. ch 27." Bids mutt be accompanied bv a certified check, cashier's check or bid bond for io% of the total bid and surety as specified. The contract t h a l l ba awarded, or all bids relected. within W da vs from the receipt ot bids within sucrt extensions of time at permitted bv law. The right t reserved to reject anv and all ot, to increase or decrees* quantities to b t purchased, or lo waive anv nformalities n the bids and accompanying documents received. BY O R D E R O F T H E AYOR ANDCOUNCL AnnC. Ervln PURCHASNG AGENT July S $20 «24 onmouth County TNTON ' A L L S PUBLC NOTCE An Ordinance Entitled, "AN OR DNANCE FXNG THE SALARES AND COPENSA TON OF CERTAN OFFCERS AND EPLOYEES OF THE BOROUGH OF TNTON FALLS FOR T H E YEAR f U " was introduced bv avor and Council of the Borough of Tlnton Falls on June 4, 9*3 and on July 2, l «3 wat finally adopted and approved bv the avor. rving Cohen evor J E R O E S REED Borough Clark July S ' 4.4 TNTON PALLS r u t L l t NDtlCl ' " An Ordinance Entitled "AN ORDNANCE AUTHORZNG THE EXECUTON OF AN AGREEENT WTH THE TOWNSHP OF NEPTUNE SEWERAGE AUTHORTY FOR THE COLLECTON, TREATENT OR DSPOSAL OF SEWAGE ORGNATNG N THE BOROUGH OF T N T O N F A L L S. " was introduced bv ayor and Council of tho Borough of Tlnton Fells on June. ><U and on July 2, 3 was finally adopted end approved bv the avor. JEROES. REED Borough Clerk rving Cohen aw July S Hi* TNTON PALLS PUBLC NOTCE An Ordinance Entitled " AN ORDNANCE FXNG THE SALARES AND COPENSATON OF CERTAN EBERS OF T H E POLCE DEPART E N T N T H E BOROUGH OF TNTON FALLS. EFFECTVE AS OF JANUARY, *3." was ntroduced bv ayor and Council of the Borough of Tinton Falls on June 4, W3 and on July 7, 993 was finally adopted and approved by the evor. JEROES. REED Borough Clerk rving Cohen avor July S Vw 244 Tlnton Falls COUNTY OP OHOUT S T A T OL* NEW J R K V N O T C TO B D D S Notice t hereby given thai sealed bids will be received until :00 o'clock, a.m. prevailing time on Tuesday, July 24, *U bv the Board of Chosen Freeholders ot the County of onmouth, New Jersev for the Reconstruction ot Bulkhead at North Approach to onmouth County Bridge No. S 3. on County Route A, at the Naveslnk River n the Township ot iddietown, onmouth County. New Jersey. The bldt wilt bt ooenad and read n public n tht Freeholders' tctlng Room (No. 2) n tht Han of Records, ain Street, Freehold. New Jersev. Contract documents for the proposed work prepared bv Charles Von Bentchoten, P.E., L.S., County Engineer are on tile in the office of i d Engineer al the Hall of Records Annex, ain Street, Freehold, New Jeriav. These may be ntpectod and/or obtained bv prospective bidders during business hours beginning July 5, 983 and upon proper notice and payment ot a foe of Ten Dollars (0.00) payable to tha onmouth County Treasurer. Bids must be made on standard proposal forms n the manner designated end are to be prtsertted in sealed envelopes. Each bid must be accompanied by: Bid security n tha form of Bid bond, certified check or cashier's check payable to the, order of the onmouth County Treasurer, n an amounl of not less than i o % ot the tout amount of the bid, but not to exceed S An Agreement of Surety guaranteeing contract performance. 3. A Non-Collusion Affidavit. 4. A statement of bidder ownership, pursuant to P.L ch. 33. The successful bidder thall be required to comply with the provisions of the New Jersev Prevailing Wage Act, Chapter 50 of the Laws of m i effective January, 974. and with tht requirements of P L. 975, ch. 37 The right s reserved to reject anv or all bids f deemed n the best interest of the County of onmouth. The right s also reserved to increase or decrease the quantities specified, in the manner designated in the specifications. Bv order ot the Board of Chosen Freeholders' of the Counfcu n l * _ f c e. e t. HARRVLARRSON.JR.. DRECTOR PETER W STAGG. P A RCHARD C WENNER. CLERK July S l i t to 244 Tlnton Falls NOTC AN ORDNANCE F X N G THE SALARES AND COPENSATON OF CERTAN CLERCAL EPLOYEES OF THE BOROUGH OF TNTON FALLS FOR THE YEAR 93 BE T ORDANED by the ayor and Council of the Borouoti ot Tlnton Falls. County of onmouth, Stale of New Jersey, that the following positions of clerical employees of tha Borough of Tlnton Falls are classified and the salary or salary ranges areas follows: SECTON SCHEDULE " A " S Clerical E Salaries i >er annum *3 A B C Title and Position ClerkTyplst Senior Clerk-Typist Sacretarv-Stano Bookkeeper/Clerk Senior Sec/Steno Bookkeeper/Comp Opr. Dap Court Clerk Clerk Dispatcher Asst. Purch Agent Corros/Sec. Sr. Accts Clerk Adm Offlcer/P Bo. Bd of Adlustmsnl Payroll Clark Court Clark Astt Coll/Traai. a..».llt 4. 0.? U l l ,00 D.34..U ii.an E.B0 2.3*] 3.. tl,jo a. tt.eji.04!.7*7.4w 3.S3 4, S.Otl ll.jjt tun 4,044 4.TO 5.8. l.tss J,a«. 4,70 5.H7 il.ao; 4,we is!!? it.lh,47 le.44t ll.lt SECTON 2. The salary guide tat forth n Schedule " A " it designated so increments are automatic annually. All employees on the guide (Schedule " A " ) as of January, f74 were assigned to a position of classification on the guide bv recommendation of (he Personnel Committee lo the Borough Council Anv change n assignments of classification for i t u have been made bv the Finance Chairman with approval of the Borough Council bv resolution. All new employees begin al step (A) in th* title and position 'i mf f mtt T H i Htt f f't t iff t Jl l / ni t i lt i l frch. ', frycunfh... SECTON. Each employee listed n the above categories shall receive those additional allowances and benefits as tot forth in the Personnel Ordinance #4 and in a certain contract heretofore approved by resolution of the Governing Body, between the Borough of Tlnton Falls and the Local # ) 7 8 of TC.W. and H of A., for the veer *3. SECTON 4. All regular part-time employees of the municipality shall ba paid on an hourly rate calculated bv /32.5 of the weakly Ptv of full time employees in same position or classification, and receive all benefits enjoyed bv the full time employees. SECTON 5. This Ordinance shall take effect upon its oessege and publication according to law. retroactive to January.H3 -\. PUBLC NOTCE 3,0 0. 4, K avor and Council of the^borough of Tlnton Falls held on Julv 2, 3 and said Ordinance wiii be^uvther considered for final passage at a special meeting of said governing body to be held on July 6,«3 at 5 p.m. at the Borough Hall, Tlnton Falls, New Jersev at which time and place all persons desiring to be heard thtrton will be given full opportunity. JEROES REED Borough Clerh Juivts ^ ^ isi.u BOND ORDNANCE PROVDNG FOR VAROUS CAPT! AL PROVEENTS OF THE BOROUGH OF TNTON FALLS. N THE COUNTY OF ONOUTH, NEW JERSEV. APPROPRATNG THE AGGREGATE AOUNT OF 745,000 THEREFOR AND AUTHORZNG THE SSUANCE OF W».0O0 BONDSOR NOTESOF THE BOROUGH TO FNANCE PART OF THE COST THEREOF BE T ORDANED BY T H E BOROUGH COUNCL OF THpBOROUGH OF TNTON FALLS, N THE COUNTY OF ONOUTH, NEW JERSEY- (not less than two-thirds of all members thereof affirmatively concurring) AS FOLLOWS: Section V The severe! mprovements described n Section 3 of this bond ordinance are herebv respectively authoriied to be undertaken bv the Borough of Tlnton Falls, New jersey as general improvements or purposes described n Section 3, there»r% herebv appropriated the respective sums of money therein stated as the appropriation made for each mprovement or Durpote. such sums amounting in the aggregate to SUS.QOO. including the aggregate sum of as the several down payments tor the improvements or purposes required bv the Locel Bond Law. The down payments have been made available bv virtue of provision for down paymtnt or for capital mprovement purposes in one or more previously adopted budgets. Section 2. n order to finance the cost ol the several improvements or purposes not covered bv application of the several down payments, negotiable bonds are herebv authoriied to be issued n the prlnlcpal amount of $709,000 pursuant to the Local Bond Law in anticipation of the issuance ol the bonds, negotiable bond anticipation notes are herebv authoriied to be ittued pursuant lo and within the limitations prescribed bv tht Local Bond Law Section 3. The several mprovements hereby authoriied and the several purposes tor which the bonds are to be ssued, the estimated cost ot each mprovement ano me appropriation tntretnr. the estimated maximum amount of bonds or notes to be issued for each mprovement and the period of usefulness of each mprovement are as follows: Appropriation a x i m u m Amount and Estimated of Bonds or improvement or Purpose Cost Notes (a) mprovement to the Borough Hall consisting of construction of an addition thereto, including installation of sewer Unas, acquisition and installation of all materials or equipment necessary therefor and all work necessary therefor or incidental thereto 500,t»o (b) mprovement ot various Borough roads consisting ot construction of Peve> ' mtnt overlay in the Stone Haven subdivision, of Brantord Circle, Lyndell Lane, S years and Cloverdala Circle S25.OO0 $«.Q0Q $4,000 0 years Sl.000 (c) Acquisition ot a fire truck Total $74, ,000 The excess of the appropriation made for eech of the improvements or purposes aforesaid over t h t estimated m a x i m u m amount of bonds or notes to b t ssued therefor, as above stated, s the amount of the down payment for each purpose. Section 4. A ^ «? w t ' r ' s n t ' a n «(>( muerf *mrm>rni*r «haii mature at tuch times e t m a v be determined by the chief financial officer; provided that no not* shall mature later than one year from ts data. T h e n o l f H t l l bear nterest at such rate or rates and he in such form as mav be determined bv t h t chief f mantlet officer The chief financial otcer shall determine all m a t t e r * in connection w i t h notes issued ourusant to this ordinance, and the chief financial officer's signature upon the notes shall be conslutlve evidence as to all such determinations. All notes ssued hereunder m a v be renewed f r o m t i m e to time subject to t h t provisions of N. j. s. A. 4 O A 2 - i ( e, T h t chief financial officer is hereby authoriied to sell part or a l l of the notes from time to time et public or private tale and to deliver t h e m to the purchasers thereof upon receipt of Payment of tho purchase price plus accrued interest f r o m their dates to tha date of delivery thereof. The chief financial officer is directed to report in writing to the governing body at the meeting next succeeding the date when any t a l e or delivery of the notes pursuant to this ordinance s made. Such report must nclude the amount, the description, t h t nterest rate and the m t t u r tv schedule of the notes sold, the price obtained and the name of the purchaser. Section 5. T h t capital budget of the Borough of Tlnton Falls s herebv amended to conform with the provltlont of t h l t ordinance to the extent of anv nconsistency herewith. The resolution n the f o r m promulgated bv tha Local Finance Board showing full detail of t h t amended capital budget and capital program as approved bv t h t Director of the Division of Local Government Services s on file with the Clerk and i t available there for Public inspection. Section e. The following additional matters are hereby determined, declared:, recited and stated: ( a ) T h t purpose described n Section 3 of this bond ordinance are not current expenses. T h t v a r t all improvements that the Borough m a v lawfully undertake as general improvements, and no part of the cotts thereof n e t been or shall be specialty ettessed on property specially benefited t nerebv. D ) The average period of u t e f u i r m i, computed on the basis of tnc respective emountsof-qbiiaetttmt authoriied for each purpose and the reasonable life thereof within the limitations of the Local Bond law, s 9 years. (c) The Supplemental Debt Statement required by the Local Bond Law has been duly prepared and filed n the office ot the Clerk, and a complete executed duplicate thereof has been filed in the office of the Director of the Division of Local Government Services n the Department of Community Affairs of the State of New Jersey Such statement shows that the grots debt of the Borough as defined in t h * Local Bond L a w is ncreased bv the euthorliation of the bonds and notes provided in this bond ordinance bv $709,000. and t h t obligations authoriied herein will be within alt the limitations prescribed bv that law. (d) A n aggregate amount not exceeding SiOO.000 for tems of expense listed n and permitted under N.J.S.A. «0A:2- t ncluded n t h t estimated costs indicated herein for t h * purposes or improvements. -. Sct-.v\.' * i l orants monies received for the purposes described in Section 3 hereof shall be applied either to direct payment of t h t costs of t h t improvement* or to payment of tne ooligaiiom nwmi pursuant to this ordinance. The amount of obligations authorited but not ssued hereurtder shall be reduced to the extent thai tuch funds a r t t o u t t d Section. T h a full faith and credit of t h t Borough are herebv Pledged to the punctual payment ot the principal of and t h t nterest an t h t obtlgatlont authoriied bv t h t Bond ordinance. The obiigatloni thall be directed, unlimited obtlgatlont of t h t and the Borough shall be obligated to levy ad valorem taxes upon all m e tenable real property within the Borough for the payment ot the obligations and the nterest thereon without limitation of rate or amount. Section 9. T h l t bond ordlnanca shall t a k t t f f e c t 20 davs aer the first publication thereof aer final adoption, a t provided bv the Local Bond L a w. NOTC OF P i N O N O ORDNANCK The ordinance published herewith w e. introduced and passed upon first reading at a meeting of the Borough Council of tht Borough of Tlnton Falls, in tht County of onmouth, Now Jersey, held on July 2.. t will be further contidtrad for final passage, aer public hearing thereon, et a meeting of saw Borough to be held n the unicipal Building. n said Borough on Julv». 9B3. at : tso'ciotk P... and during tht week prior to and up to and ncluding the date of such meeting, copies of said ordinance win mad* avalleo at the Cltt's Office to the membert of the generel public who ' o w «l t t t»? m t, ; *., JEROE 5. REcD Clerk " S

34 BO T h e Daily Register FRDAY, JULY S, 983 Tnvtl- 5 HtlpW 5 Halpwanttd HtJp Wanted si REP PERSON & SUB EXECUTVE SECRETARY - A r r - T E OPTOETRC AS24W STANT - EXP. unnaeassarv, Experienced arty,. i Experienced typist, steno. CANOE - t. ohawk. BeauRapidly-expending cpmpeny. op^ «rt typing rewired Please rehv Good salary. Aeerit n tiful condition. U5 Call m-vtn pertunlly for growth S person "Nfrl* * Box D 45, The Dally Reg Notice it nerot» olvon mot office in arlboro. Call S3*-, Shrewsbury, N.J Df opotals will a» receive* ev taw from *-5pm. ARALEGAL - Fult/Part-tlme. PROCESS AL AT HOE iwonmoutti Ct«jntv Private tn75.00 ear hundred! Ne ex nowledge of word Processlna Oustrv Council (CPC) - PlertFAR HELP WANTED - FullPERSON TO WORK - FastPan or twite. art nlng Department, Tlnten Fetti tferred, typing Call , pertewce, time, weaetables, arlboro ares paced deli. ust work verted mmeeiieteiy. Details - send a s * Plaza. «hreweaurv Avenue, 3pm hours.»rs or otdor. W l r stamaed ed eevekwe Ton Falls. New Jenev 0774, ART-TE Work near you/ GENERAL OFFCE WORK 24 onmouth Countv POOR RCHARD'S ALNGS O P.O. Box x es, s Stuart, S t t :R R..-9. Red Bank service co. needs name supervising newsoaaar Computertied lists & labels NDEX day,. meture-minded person for small arriers in the earty morning Churches, ervanlietioni & kusireject anv or an aide, and to KOOUCTON CONTROL celved aer this time will not be office staff. on Frl,» m - ours You will oversea the carrune TKES award contract* in what* ar n considered and will bo returned «U and then publicly i p.m. ust be able to type Send rs delivery, salescollection CLCRK - P t r i tva-tlma ipeiwd t Offerer and read aloud for the tewing: part f deemed in t best inon for electronics ffl [LEGAlSl resume to: r. Post, P O. Box activities. Permanent positions The enmouth County W A T E R S E R V C E E X - terest o«the Board to d* so.' m mtr preductlen re available n Rumson, Fair dept Belferd, Llncrott, Atlantic HighNo bidder may withdrew s Private induttrv Council n pub- TENSONS AT THOPSON Figure detahl skills ra> aven, etewan, Kayport and lands, Little Silver, Aberdeen, HANOYPERSON Summer or bid within thirty (»> days fahownsf ln«this WP is seeking a PARK aulree). utt atentown Cell t-oo toll Ctrwood Beach, Kevport and full-time. Some knowledge of 6 Lost and Found qualified vejtieier for the p*jrtee W Document*. ncludlne in- ne the das* a> bid eesna. Union BeachExcellent eerntngs 9 Spatul Noiicn carpentry electrical required. The enmeuth County of: FURNSHNG OiES«LSER- structions to tdders,. *» l l a chance lo win prlies end ust be reliable. Nerd worker e a r d of Recreation Com? Travel ranjponaiion VCE ECHANC NSTRUC- Forms, and cwnrterte Ptom and AROCHAAL SCHOOL - Scl- application* Cic. cemaanv ben HtlpWanttd trips. Call O»-l.q-aO m i f r a e valid driver's license. Please call nce Teacher Departmental 7- efit. Apply WHialick Signals TON FOR THE ONOUTH Seecif.cot.oni may be etalnotf missioners shall reserve the S mwrucnon alt or Ftmalt NTY NDUSTRY bv qualified bidders at the AD- right to how Wds for sixty (»> nd Physical Education, K-a. Re- inc., 273 B/aiKriawt Ave., Lone N Y PRVATE R E NDUSTRY BOYS/ Gl RLS yrs. or older, H-05O0 bet w e n H P «V NSCBBTOff ly Box, S-40, The belly Reg Branch, N.J. 0774O Eewal Qe> NCL. UNDER T H E PRO- NSTRATVE OFFCES Of days prior to award of contracts. tor paver routes in Eetontown. f ACCOUNTNC CLERKS All nquiries are lo to 2 Business Service Ur, Shrewsbury, N.J SONS Of T H E C O the you ilka money and people, call HEAD VARSTY SWNG O N O U T H COUNTV 22 Ant t C r t u REHENSVE EPLOYENT PARK SYSTE, located n directed to the Purchasing DeRequires 2 or more years ec- 5 4 m. Areas available: Stonev COACH Responsible lor thepart-te To lake nvennd TRANNG ACT OF f7thompson Park. Newman partment et K m - «0 0 ountlng clerical experience n Hill Rd.. Grand Ave.ALekevlew supervision of comprehensive ory in Eatontown stores. Car R E P O R T E R S - N d k ca». Bv order of the Board of RecAS AENDED N 7 Sprints Road, Llncro, New Jer:counts payable, billing or ln- T V, Taylor Rd., axwell Rd. Varsity program Candidate must necessary. Write phone number, tr municipal government meetreation Commissioners of the 5 Help W i n ale o> enlorv control. onmoutn BULDNG NSPECTOR TECH- have 2 or more years experience up le: CC 45, Box 527, Para- mgt for The Dally Regltser complrta iclficailont and sey, between the hour* County of onmouth. female ountv location. Liberial-benefit NCAL R.C.S. entry-level or with knowledge of weight train mus. N.J rfjn of propol for tt proaed a.m. and 4:0 p.m.. Some experience necessary. Boss W. eghan, through Prav. 52 BiO>*n>ng'Chiid Care kage Salary commensurate l.cs. Technical nspector cur- ing. interested please forward f* ara on f te el tht onmoutn of* e e t t Payment Per article. r i a i Chairman Bids must be submitted on with experlencf ability. Send rently licensed bv the Slate of resume. Douglas Nixon, Aauatlc PART-TE ORNNGS - Ac d C i 53 Domestic Help «>vntv Prlvat* ndustry Council. call. Send W H and James J. Truncer, esume with.alary require- N.J. Fulltime position. Salary Director Community YCA, 6* ounting office. No experience work samples to Jane Foderere, 7»CPC). PlannlnaDartmant the proposal form provided or an 54 Silualions flame* Secretary Director eceswry Call ments to Box K-4, The Daily commensurate with ability. Con- aple Ave., R a j Bank, NJ. at the above addrvtt. Coetotmcv exact duplicate n the manner July 5 City Editor. Box O-408, The Daily Female eglster, Shrewsbury, N.J. tect Borough Administrator of NSURANCE Personal lines 'ART-TE We are looking Register, Shrewsbury, N.J, be received bv wotpactlvt van- designated and required bv the 55 Siiuanons Wanted ile 770. don upon applkatton*. during specifications. Bid submitted Tlnton Falls at no later secretary. Thorough knowledge or an outgoing individual lo ser S'lualions Wanted buiinaat hours (t:00 a.m.-4:» must be enclosed n seated en- 250 Other Public NotlC than July». Equal Opportunity of homeowners end private pas- ce our customer! n our en's We're Eovel Opportunity Emate'Female ) al tna CPtC, Planning velopes bearing the name and Employer /F. senger automobile insurance is lothing department. Good tele- plovers / F. CTORS/ACTRESSES ChllSUPEROR COURT eddress of the bidder, the title* of t tht above * 57 Cmid Care/ Nuiserv necessary. Exc. employment op- hone voice a plus, exe. pre-real ESTATE SALES - We ren, needed for TV com CAREER OPPORTUNTY* OF N W JERSEY the bid, and the words "Seeled Schools 'dais- Call Network, nc. The Register is looking for peo- portunity Call The Dlttmer erred- 2 nightssaturday. APP- have 2 positions available far Deckel No. t f t t y in person or call ask i t mutttomade on Bid". Bids are to be addressed to 737- NOTCE TO ple Who ere well-organiied and Agency, FNANCAL licensed sales people. ncrease or r. Sherrler d proposal forms n tha the onmouth County Board of ABSENT DEFENDANTS Commissioners. vour potenllal-ca(l Darren AsD N S T R A T V E ASSS- motivated to manage a group of NSURANCE - Personal lines 6 Business Opportunity r dtslanatad and raquirad Recreation STATE OF NEW JERSEY, to: carriers. You will be responsible onmouth Countv Park System, secretary, thorough knowledge socletes, Shrewsbury, 7 4 i n». ANT For ectlve Real Estate bv tha spacifications; mull to NXTLESON'S Walter V. Ottowski. Jr., and 62 ortgages for collections, sales end service Newman Springs Rd., Llncro of homeowner family automoice. Real Estate license preandotad n saaiad anv«iopt> R0AD FRONT STREETS, 63 oney To Loan Debre J. Otlowskl, his wife n your area. Some college a New Jersey O77. Bids must be bile coverage rating neces erred. Various responsibilities toarlng it name and addrett of YOU ARE HEREBY SU. Exc. employment op- EO BANK 64 oney Warned om typing to working with the plus. Excellent opportunity. Send th«vandor, daslgnailna tha nama delivered at the place and before ONED end required to serve ubllc. Full-time. Car necessary. resume to r. Jeff Hero, Home portunity. Call The Dlttmar ART-TE RECEPTONST REAL ESTATE of tht propotal on tha outside, the hour mentioned above. KWUK HOLOEL upon Alvln O. iller, Esquire, Delivery gr., One Register A g e n c y, , : 3 0 For animal hospital. ature all l-e00e, r. Heck. addressed to CPC, Planning A. Certified Check OR Cashier * whose eddress * t i l Barclay 474m 7 erchandise lor Sale Plaia. Shrewsbury, N.J. 0770V woman willing to work varlabli Yes. we are hiring Check OR Bid Bond drawn to Department, at tht above adwhy nol join America's No. t top ADVERTSNG SALES Full- Equal Oppbrtunitv Employer Pavilion East, Route 70, Cherry 7? Garage'Vard Sale the order of The onmouth hrs. each week, handellng phone, dfs. FVE COPtS WTH ORme position open for an ae-/f. County Board of Recreation H, New Jersey OW. an Anlients. and paperwork. Typing seller: Century 2 Ability Rltv., 73 achinery For Sale GNAL SGNATURES UST rasslve, enthusiastic ndividual JANTOR Full time, exp., own equired. Send resume to Box Bkr. swer to the Complaint (as Commissioners n an amount li Rental S e r v i c e BE SUBTTED. o loin a fast-paced staff, twice- CARPENTER For woodof not less than ten percent Amended) filed n e civil action RED BANK W-4B9, The Dally Register, Reg Tht right * raitrvtd to re75 Farm Equipment weekly newspaper. Advertisina working shop. Quality work a Cell lo T p.m. n which Federal National oristtr Plaia, Shrewsbury, NJ PORTER/WHOLESALER iect anv or all proposals f dt- (0%) of the total amount of oaot Association s pi*ir\tlff and w o owm/tv *i*nrt ret mu$t Vtar-rminrl wqrk mln b»uct,on Sales Neeoi person \* work tun or part5 S E L * e. * n r - refv 0770V " ' awid c tits interest of tht.on F* t>rti,-tnji (rui lu v - m u Wetter V. Otlowskl, Ur, et al are ume to Ocean County Reporter, mum 5 vrs. exp. necessary. Call LEGAL 7/ Pets and Liveslorime for nspection of clethlng. me, exp. Typing steno a mouth Countv Private ndustry P.O. Box 90S, Toms River, N.J , a.m.-5 p.m. for appt. must. Call between u s p.m., PART-TE - /F, work from Hand sewing exp. necessary far twenty thousand dollars defendants, pending n the Supe78 Aircra ' Council lo do so. OB7S3. Attn.r W. ilne. (20,000 00) rior Court of New Jersey, within home on telephone program. minor repairs. Red Bank aree CARPENTER With framing , ask for Harriet^ 79 Swap or Exchange Tht tucctiiful vendor than AND nirtvfive days aer July 5. up to $25 to $00 per week. preferred. deal for retired peraerobc EXERCSE N LEGAL SECRETARY Part Earnjnding 60 Bicycles'im Bikes to rtquirtd to comply with theb Certificate of Surety from a euexcluslve of such date. f you on time available. son. Call aer Sam or TRUCTOR Perl-time Exp. me work, prior experience provisions of the New Jersey reputable insurance company fait to do so, Judgment»v default 6 Sports Equipment Flexible hours. Call or jave message and telephone referred, but not necessary. CARRER NEEDED V>S. A basic skills required. 84J-W. Prevailing West Act, Chapter certifying to the fact that f mavtorendered aaalnst you for 82 Swimming Pools ust be reliable end pleasant number on tape. _r, in Rumson area. Ward SO of tht Law of H3, effective the bidder s owarded a con- he relief demanded fn the ComANTENANCE-PORTER 9 for nterview, CBs Electronics Ave. Waterman St. Call Jeff PART-TE SUPERVSOR January,«7J tract, Surety Bond will be plaint (as Amended). You shall o s onday through Frl. De La For»u>phan«is!;; crew. Ex84 -erchandise Wanted filed for the performance of file your Answer and Proof of Joseph E. Taylor»ell» Hall, Lincro, N perience helpful for strong per- R E S E A R C H E R / C O L L E G E R CONDTONNG Heetlno CLEANNG PERSON 2 davs 85 Price Busier that contract. Service n duplicate with the interim Executive Director son who is able to motivate and TYPE ust have beckground Refrigeration service person per week. ReJs. Rumson area. The successful bidder wltl be Clerk of the SuperlorXourt, State onmouth County Private REAL ESTATE RENTUS n investigative reporting, direct People n telephone sales with 5 years minimum ex- Call industry Council required to furnish a Surety Bond House Annex, V n i e n, New Jer6-9 p.m., on. through Frl., and Planned subject, health-oriented 0 Apartments ATH TEACHER Some com perience. Also, Sheetmetal etha full amount of the contract. sey, n accordance with the Rules JulV 4.5,7 in.u n henic with 3 veers experience -LERK ature person, srfne outer knowledge. on.-frl., Vim 9-2 en Sat. Call Barry Woods, background preferred. Anyone 02 Houses 'or Rent The bonding company shall be of Civil Prectlce end Procedure inding this ad should apply. Pro2 255 yplng. good with figures, 9 a.rri. hru 2,Tues. eves., 4-f pm , Ext. 23*. authorized to iitue bonds n the 03 Rentals to Snare The action has been nequal Opportunity Employer viding the following: t. Exc. typstate of New Jersey and shall be 24 onmouth County AUSEENT GAE OPERA to 5 p.m., 5 davs. Reply to Box Contect the Union Beech Adult /F. 04 Winter Rentals siv 2. Exp'd dealing with peopleb-446, The Daily Register, ichool, , between * approved bv the onmouth stituted for the purpose of fore-* ORS Full & part-time. Son05 Summer Renlals NOTCE TO BDDERS ECHANC ust have exp. PART-TE Tues., Wed. ntervlewlng. 3. Conscientious. 4. Countv Board of Recreation.losing the mortgage dated Auy's & Ricky's of Long Branch, Shrewsbury. N.J gust t, m i made bv Welter V. Empathetic. 5. Potlalch parson. 06 Furnished Rooms Notice s hereby given that Commissioners. all COOK Full-time position and own tools. Apply n person, J Sat.,. Picture framing store 4. No clock watchers 7. Neat and Dtiowik). Jr., and Oebra J. seeled bids will to received bv 07 Nursing/Retirement "During the performance of Otlowskl, his wife to Allstate Enavailable. Pleese call for ap- R Sunoco, 40 wy. 34, Belfard, n etawan will train, but must organlied 8. Not prejudiced. CONSULTANT antht onmouth Countv Board of this contract, all contractors are Homes have art background and recent pointment. H HOP Nursing terprises ortgage Corporation EDCAL TECHNOLOGST Possibility lifetime position with ager. Firm seeking creative perrecreation Commissioners at required to comply with the recommercial Renlals which was ultimately assigned to on to train n design work with Home, Kings Hwv, lddietown. Full-time or pert-time. Cal exp. n a lily retail store. Call dedication Ability to change and tht onmouth Countv Park Svs- quirements of P L. *7Sc, 37." 53-ittO. defendent end concerns real esjt-55 between 02 a.m. adapt, computer-oriented. f vou 09 Buildings-Garages management potential. Part tem ADNSTRATVE OFThe onmouth Countv tett located at, 307 axwell the above, then apply, otherime. full-time COOK Exp'd FCES. Thompson Park New- Board 0 Wanted lo Rent OTOR ROUTES Part-time P A R T - T E - Operator, are of Recreation Com- Street, Cllffwood Park, New Jerdon't bother. Send resume Call men Springs Rd., Uncro, New missioners =arly morning established news cashier. -4 p.m.. on.- Frl Call wisedr. reserves the right to sey and also for possession of OE. ESTATE F SUE Hoffman, 24 Broad St., ASSSTANT BOOKKEEPER Between 0-4 Phillips, Jersey, until 0:00 a.m., prevall- waive anv informalities paper routes ara available to n, or to iald premises. Red Benk, N.J, Accounts payable receivable 30 Open Houses habit people with cars n Colls PART TE Layout artist. COOK Prep/benouet. Exp end other office duties. Ex- Cook-dinner. Exp Dishwasher Neck, Howell, Red Bank, Long We're looking for enthuslestic You, Welter v. Otlowskl, Jr., 3 Houses For Safe perienced. on., Tues., Wed. full or part-time. Call for appt b r a n c h. and Debra J. Otlowskl. his wife 249 Statt of N«w J t n t v 24* State of Ntw Jtrstv Little Silver 32 Condominiums/Town ndividual to work 3 davs per RESTAURANT ASST. GR. rl., -4. Apply n person, aer 6 p.m., S4»*35y. ara made partv defendants be(eansburg, enalapan, English week n a high-volume advertis- Bartending A cooking experience Houses PUBLC NOTCE ELCO, Hwv. 35, Wenamess* cause you are the record owners own, arlboro. E i c. earnings ing dtpt. n a twice-weekly news- necessary, good sterling salary 33 ncome Properly NOTCE S HEREBY GVEN that the State of New Jersey, end mortgagors of the premises /F. COOK Experienced only. Full- nat will help supplement your paper m Ocean Countv. Call benefits. Send resume to; andepartment of Transportation, Burtau of alntenence n com time nights Apply in person be- present income. Call SOO-242-OC Ocean Co. 34 Farm Property Reporter, Display Ad ager, P.O. Box 2043, Ocean, N.J. AUTO BODY PERSON ABC Wlance with section 0* of the New Jersey Pesticide Control Code ieen 35 et The Pour House, 35 Commercial Properly vending Dept, Full-time, no lay-offs. E Shrewsbury Ave.. Ttnton oil-free N.J A C Title», Chapter 30, willtoapplying Ptstlcldes to plants attorney you mav communicate 38 ndustrial Properly erlencc and own tools needed. Fa ls. No phone cells, growing within tht State Highway rlg-of-ways Beginning; July, with the New Jersey Stete Bar OTOR ROUTE CARRER P E T GROOER E RESTAURANT/BAR ANExcellent opportunity, excellent 37 Lois and Acreage WJ and continuing thru September S, 9*3 Applications of Association bv calling toll free NEEDED Long ch area, over perienced. Animal Village, S4A AGER Wanted bv small group COSETCS Eern 50 to S00 work ing conditions. 22? oeitkid willtomade n all 2 counties during this time period. NO-793S. You may also con. f interested, cell Patricia t, 34, elawan odile Homes of investors, tor purchase of AUTO ECHANC inimum per evening with Aloe Charm H a r n e r, Circulation dept Trained personnel of the Bureau of aintenance will make all tact the Lewver Referral Service or earn free make-up Cemetery Lois PZZA SUB AKER - Night Duying operating restaurant. i vrs. experience. Good salary, Cosmetics spell cations of the Countv n which you reside n Rea< Estale Wanted Call S anytime. shi only. Experience neces- No caetlai required, will share many benefits, bonus plan, exprofits Call " Or The following list contains brand namei and ectlve ingredient! bv calling l f you CATOAl cel lent opportunity. mmed CREDT COLLECTONS NURSES-RN'S & LPN'S sary. Apply n person to Luigl's cannot afford an attorney, you of pesticides tc Famous Plua. 477 iddle Rd., RN /F -7 lull-time cherge Trainee position open for branch CERTFED opening. Call Ravco, mav communicate with the LaPesticide 52 Boats and Accessories Active ngredients Haiiet.. position. Excellent benefits. NURSES ADES AVON Not just business, your ep. in Holmdei office. No ei get Services office of the Countv embark 2-S elfluidlde 53 Camping Equipment HOEAKERS PZZA PERSON - Exp'd Cal Brookdele Nursing Center, own business! Become an indt- >erience required, high school of residence bv calling 20 Roundup GlvDhosate He/let Cell rs. BruSt for ea'54 Recreanonal Vehicles endent reoresenttttve with jrads welcome. Auto necessary HOUSEKEEPERS LVE-NS Weedar polntment, (/F Contact r s. eadows al 0 4 p.m. DATED: July,*43 KrtmteS Avon, America's No. directammonium sell of Fesamlne AUTOOTVE ill or part-time, needed Undent telling company. Good earnings Gamma turner PZZA DRVERS WANTED - RN-LPN (/F) Part-time, 7-3 Warned Automotive W LEWS BABRCK North onmouth area. High pay Sevin Carberyi Call jor 67VB448 ust have own car, evenings. A 3-n shis. Cell for appointcruse SHP JOBS $4 Clerk of the Superior Court Construction Equip Cell for interview al Peo alethion 0,0- Dimethyl BAKERY HELP anagement 28,000. Vacancies must be filled ole lee. Apply n person only, 3 North July ts 34.4 Care, 294 Broad S t. Red menl Oust Bridge Ave.. Red Bank RN'S /F immediate partdpxs44aherbic.de potential. Responsible person imediately , Ext, Benk, 53O-8H, or River Rd. Auto Financing volt* oil* on with driver's license wanted to C-ioaj. Call refundable. Brielle, S PLUBNG SUPERVSOR time positions on all three shis. NOTCE Ground equipment willtoused in alt application*) Aulo nsurance assist in all phases of cake prod- DEL COUNTER PERSON Exc. pay, company benefits Good salary. ev aoply at: Clll Wanted inority business Ail persons interested in obtaining additional nformation on this uction. ust be experienced and Some experience necessary. N U R S E R N / F Part-lime pensipn plen. ust be respon- fside Health Care Center, 08 Aulo Rent/Lease soraylng program are requested to contect tha following person (s) enterprise subcontractors quotacoverage for 7-3 shi, with altei have no other commitments. Auto Services'Parts Over. Apply in person, Norsible for ordering materials, su- Center s t, ClHwood Beach. bv counties of responsibility Between the hours of :00 A.. end 4:00 tion! tor various tems on natmg weekends. Ceil between THS 5 A FULL-TE JOB. Do man's Deli, 28 Broad St.. Red pervising men, service work. RUSON - Enterprising younaolorcycle» N.J D O T. bid for the construe P... 3 p.m. Queen of Cerme not apply unless vou art willing Bank keeping records working with sters wanted. You will be runtrucks and Trailers Karen Harte. Dept. of Transportation, Route # 3 No., Neicong, tlon of rtlocated Countv Bridge Nursing Home, 944-4*9. to work very hard and are very builders inspectors Send re- ning your own business while DENTAL ASSSTANT Ex N U R S E S - L P N / F Full a Aulos For Sale N.J 0757 Telephone #30V7-445 Counties; Hunterdon. orris, H and County Route HO, n the sume to: Bex R-e The Daily earning prlies, trips and cash. townships of Colls Neck, serious penenced, wanted pert-lime for part-time positions avail. 3- Somerset «> Warren Register. Shrewsbury, NJ 0770 Tha only requirements are that Holmdei, and arlboro. n the very modern dental prectlce Fred ercheile. Depi. of Transportation, ntersection of Route AD YOUR AD BANKNG ' 7 shis. Call between 9 a m Countv of onmouth, N.J. due PLUBER echanic only vou are at least U years old and Call /9 a. 22. Newark, N.J 074 Telephone *2O-*-2S» Counties; 3 c m. Queen of Cermel Nursing July 2, t**3 Plans available. THE FRST DAY are ready to work need epplv. Bergen, Essex. Hudson, Passalc Union DREAS BGGER T H A N Home, Contact Hess Brothers, nc., 34S To sign up, call , Ext TAPfEARSl Donald Henrickson. Dept. of Trensoortatlon, Box 27B Route. Bordentown Avenue. Parlln, N.J YOUR PAY? Would vou like NURSES N E E D E D / F T Howell, N J. 077 Telephone # ext. 20 Counties: Burl in* Da.iK.Reg.sie> * not oe your own business? f vou have work n insurance Rehab Exc PRESSERS Hand or machine SALESPERSON - For retail " ington, ercer. iddlesex, onmouth Ocean lumber A hardware store in Red 6- hours weekly to- spare, ' Cell , or apply et Renco responsive tor more than one HESS BROTHERS. NC eflts. Call Betty et A.R.C Paul Williams, Deot. of transportation. Route #70 & N.J show you how. Please call Di»Q9-44a-9O00. anufacturing. 20 3rd Ave, Long Benk. E X P. necetsevv. Call incotreci insertion of any ad JohnWetls Frank Bfalsdell p.m. to i urnotkf, Cherry Hill, N j UVUH Telephone WT2*-ki» Counties: Cooper, Branch. verl'sement and only when i Chief Engineer f vou have a bachelor's degree Atlantic. Cemden, Cape av. Cumberland. Gloucester & Salem NURSE'S A D E S ( / F ) July 5 4t PREP PERSON - For restau- * p m materially'affects me value of DRVERS - PART-TE in business finance or account July S WS K New applications only being ec ant, or older. Choose your SALES Fashion company Another expansion of our service me ao it >i contains an error ing. vou can loin our rotating cepted bv Holmdei Convelescei training program' Get nvolved requires many drivers for vans. Center. Apply it you are own eernoon hours. Apply n needs help. Good pay. free can classified 244 Tlnton Falls 2 a Tlnton Falls 244 Tlnton Falls m spreading ( i n a n e m ichool buses, station wagons teresied n a full-time position person, Buxtons, 43 Broad St., clothes, flexible houri. ceil An ads a'f rescued Q lien 2tt-942J or 44-eaei or 77^4*) statements, building new buji handicapped & Special Ed vehl and are willing to devote voursel Shrewsbury. ORDNANCE AENDNG AND SUPPLEENTNG CHAPTER S proper classification and set ness account relationships. Pub- cles. GUARANTEED steady em completely to the proper care of DEVELOPENT REGULATONS OF THE CODE OF THE BOROUGH OF TNTON FALLS plovment beginning- school year in the regular Daily Register lic speaking skit s are an he geriatric patients A P P V BE T ORDANED by the ayor and Council of the Borough of Tlnton Falls, in the Couniv o U H.ioWanttd in Sept. usi apply now to obtain 5 HtfJp Wanted absolute must, along with strong siyieodype Righi is reserveo person on.-frl., 0-2 noon onmouth «nd State of New Jersey, that Chapter S, Development Regulations, of the Code of the math aptitude Good starting proper license secure em :30-3:30. Holmdei Convalescen to edit or reiect any copy or Borough of Tlnton Falts, be further supplemented and emended as follows: salary and excellent benefits plovment. Over 2 only apply ir Center. ad Section person between» a m & * p m Apply n person. Subjection»5-)j Permlts-lsamendod and sunoltontaddv thaaodltlnnnlsiihsartlnnr ilfnllnwi veehdays only No phone tails NUHSt b AlUb /h - Ceil-in '^Temporary Certificate of Occupancy. U ni t e d J e r s e y Bus drivers start at $5.20 hr positions, must have nursing vans at (450, Reliability safe home experience. Do not phone. 4} Uoon written application, the Zoning Officer is hereby empowered to ssue a temporei Bank/ driving exp. a must. urphy Bus Apply in parson, on.-frl., 9 Certificate of Occupanv for model homes and other purposes as specified in Section 3-75 for a period no Service, 555 Rte. 35, iddletown a.m.-4 p.m. Atlantic Highlands to exceed 6 months. The temporary Certificate of Occupancy mav be extended bv tht Zoning Officer on idstate (behind Siperslein Paint Store) written application for additional periods not to exceed six (> months each Nursing Home, iddletown 6 Airport Plaza Ave., Atlantic Highlands. (2) All applications for temporary Certificates of Occupancy shall be made to the Zoning Officer 24 onmouth County DRVERS WANTED Need The Zoning Officer, aer determining met an application is n proper form, shall have the discretion to Hwv. 36 NURSE'S ADES. F) mown car. Part-time eves., al transmit a copy of the application and ail supporting documents to (a) the Police Chief. (P) the Fii ONOUTN COUNTY Hazlet, N.J year round. Apply in person med. part-time position on all 3 arshal, (c) all sub-code officials, (d) the Planning Board Engineer end/or the Borough Engineer for SURROGATE'S COURT J3 yel Opportunity Employer U f o i ' i P«(Tl«P.»»» All EATATC nc ( J a a t o r ; iheir rtvltw, ind recommendations. No itmotums* cniiir.i. A rut,,..ih itittsioe Tieaiin (.are center Bdte nu.u, m i n i sne* with (his Wiilo* Add fl W.»>K«TV» *riiti H.J S.A irr/ju-iw arm eimne regulations WWUH*, U t t t A i t U Pursuant to the order of J BANKNG EXPERENCE DRVER Experienced on Roll NURSE RN/LPN /F. Partpromulgated thereunder WLLA BOYLE, Surrogate of Computer operators, financial off truck garbage truck. Call time. geriatric nfirmary. Call * Section planners - with your background, 2-44O the Countv of onmouth, thl Subsection 5-3 C s amended bv the addition of subsection < 2 es follows: ever considered real (2) Proposed trailer sales end/or construction office locations Developer shall provide accessibili- day made, on the application at have vou NURSES ADES Full-time. 3 as a career? ll is a natural EARN ONEY ty to trailer during development construction activity and parking totoprovided for staff and the undersigned, ary Lae estate to shi' Can between 95 and we ar* equipped to train and gre. Sole Executrix of the estate prospective buyers. p.m. for appointment, of the said Robert J. Laagra show vou now to earn big monev AFTER SCHOOL! Section 3 n this booming industry. ora NURSES, RN'S, LPN'S. ADES, deceased, notice s hereby give S3S TO 7! A WEEK Subjection 5-74, Swimming Pools, B. s emended to reed as follows: more professionals from oth- Bovs/Glrls n the Bevshor. Area LVE-NS ( / F ). Accepting B. A pool shall occuov no more then the equivalent of fiy percent (50%) of the yard area n which t to the cradltors of setd deceased andfields are making the move. only need to call. Ages 3-7! applications tor all positions. it located. For purposes of calculating the area of a pool, the aree shall include the water surface, the to present to the seid Sol* Ex er We have an opening for vou. All Willing to work end earn monev. Contact Judith Groder, All ottlo adjoining the pool, eccessory buildlng(s) related to the pool facilities and anv pumping, circulation ecutrlx their claims under oat inquiries strictly confidential within six months from this date For into cell S83-5? 0 ask forheelth Cere Services, 9 Kings end other mechanical equipment required to operate the pool. ACADEY AGENCY iddletown, Deled; July 4,*43 S«ctlon4 Subsection 5-75, Trailers, s amended and supplemented as follows: erv Laagra A. No trailer, auto trailer, trailer coach, trevel trailer or camper shall be used tor dwelling purposes silt Bergenllne Avenue. or as sleeping quarters for one {) or more persons, nor shall anv such trelltr or camper be used for West New York, N.J. storage or space for the permanent conduct of env business, profession, occupation or trade, except that Sole Executrix such facilities mav to used for temporerv residency es the temporary replacement of a damaged essrs. Wllenti, Goldman 4 Spltier, sales office subject to Planning Board approval, provided a temporary permit has been issued tor its use 900 Route, bv the Building inspector This section shell nottoconstrued so as to prohibit the parking or storage of Wood bridge. N.J. such trailers and campers on private premises, but fuch storage shell be located to conform to the yard Attorneys requirements for an accessor v building. July 5, tf.72 B. () "Temporerv" for purposes of residential * occupancy shall mean ninety (*0) davs with an option to extend for one () additional nlnety-dav period, (3) "Temporarv'ior use as a model home and/or construction office shall mean occupancy during the time of construction. (3) Any temporary office shall be removed within fieen (5) devi of ssuance of the Certlflcete of Occupancy tor the lest unit or within fieen (S) dev» of cessation of construction activity. Sections * Subsection as-nc.. Permitted Accessory uses, sections lit ana'o) ere amended to reeo as tonows; 6 Lost and Found O Accounting CHRS HANLON CONSTRUC' () Garage*, patios, porches, parking, areas, tennis courts, swimming pools end cabanas with CLEAN YARDS -ES HOOFNG PANTNO 455 Carpet TON Bathroom kitchen Conors, ettks aareoes single-family homes and uses customarily associated with tht above used, provided such accessory uses FREE FOUND ADS SPECAL RATES services CO. - Free ettlmetes. E«nstallation remodeling, roofingsiding, adark subordinate to the prlncloal use and serve only the principal use. As a service to our community. for ell vour bookkeeping, payroll, onions alterations windows 3) Barn, tool, storage end garden shads end similar agricultural structures. rates. Call 7T-74 Tht Dally Register is offering a tanas, billing, etc. Cell e«es. or J'S CARPET NSTALLA- doors.»4-la74. ' *n addition thereto. Section (t) is added as follows FREE 3-line FOUND ad for 4 weekends.sauna. TON Sales, cleaning, re-lavs. COLLEGE STUDENT - With * (6) Ham radio and television transmitting and receiving towers provided such use will not constitute davs under our Lost & Found re-stretchea. repairs. 2* C O P L E T E B U L D N G rack body truck, hauling away of» 5 Plumbing * iilnei or reception interference of env kind within the Borough. classification. RENOVATONS New O V branches debris, moving, odd Heating Section 4 S Addition* The Register appreciates your additions, tile work, kitchens, lobe. Free esmatw. H B. 500 Decks ' Subsection 85-3 D., Conditional Uses, is supplemented by a new subsection (0) as fallows: Honesty & will do its part in YOU NO PLUBER - Leaning etc Total lob. Krusll Construe. * (0) Trailer construction end/or sales office (temporary) aer site plen and subdivision approval finding the original owner. ADDTONS - Dormers, efld-e- CUSTO DECKS Anv slvle. tlon Co.. 740oP. to fl«old Pipes. t's lime new tor level, custom homos complete»50 asonry Servlct fo> residential developments. Please call us at new boilers. Ray, Lie. Ne. 4. remodeling services. Call anv alia, olso home repairs Section 7 ASON CONTRACTOR'S JOHN ROESNO Fully nsured. For free estimate f. Subsection U - U E. () s emended end supplemented as follows: () The minimum requirement* FOUND - iddletown H.S. e7-e4eo. SUER PATO SALE nterlor/erterlor home repair! North class ring Call to identify call 70-wtl.. fotother uwsshallto: 7S Roofing A Skiing Certlflcete of Occupancy work Best prices on patios, drlvewevs. a x i m u m 49S43 inimum Lot inimum Yard DECKS PORCHES 400 Alterations Free estimates aprons, lldewllkl. Call Bill. FOUND S-mo old PUPPV. Eactt Building Additionsremodeling. Call eskuaw Red Hank. No l a * tog small Lot male, Golden Retrltver-tvpf. J Raar Ct Fronl Height chanlcs Design. 7 H 0 H. ALL WORK ALTERATONS «D» Found at. Camp Arrowhead, ( Araa Utall Complete remodeling services H mum arlboro Call 94t-45W, STACY GENERAL CONTRAC- 0 iscellaneous Call W7-O7 BAKER HOE O V TORS All stages asealt. con525 Driveway (laat) (feet) Cover a w F O U N D Brown a, Black ENTS roofing seeclel. crete. Oriel., block. Free gsn.a. CLEAN-UP JOBS Bktgs.. N.A. N.A. S acrai N.A. N.A. Shepherd female PUPDV, flberglese ar aoahail W7J0 gar Construction mate, fully nsured, m i T i m N.A. SO 3 acrtl 2» 0 SO iddletown train station on July 40 Aluminum Siding yarcj», 99tww9%, l e w m nwvpani. 0Oea.lt. l n i U l a a t U u n «. C 3 acrm 290 SO ORVFVUAV WfC'ALtiTCO- TRi CROSS SULDCB l - «mamien. Doss igward: S4-S«0of Hag.. Call 67 7<m aer ( L D. n U ALUNU SONS REPANY Paving, seeling, SGN. NC. -Additions, cerpen- Jr., W. PLACEENT WNDOWS JY Y CONST. 40% oetch work. Serving onmouth irv. decks roaring. Pro* got- 0 0 YOU N E E D - * plumber. 400 Sacrai 400 LOST Dog... River P l a n!5% othilldor's special disn.a. County, Ht-iooo..A. N.A. males. Call >7«raa, n.a. eksctrklan. cereentar. a new are*, Tnurstrav female Golden count. Cell Creative guilders. N A. N.A N.A. is Km N A. both, new kitchen, deck, ters,lreee aajtnwn GRAVEL STONE DRVELab. Short hair, orange collar nturad. H-4H. 3) tcr#4hveo fxwm. ahvfiflav itorm ichool WAYS All colors. Rlc Johnson, Htoh KKX answers to "Notlle." J. E.B. ROOFNGSDNO All Heine e7-7, 4 hrs.. or 0) m i Landscaping A 440 Auto Repair LOST CAT Off -white, part (same aa detached dwelling) thing? Rant my husband, he'll dg occupetion a.m.-7 p.m. Lawn Care FRANK'S AUTO All work Siamese,, i.eutered malt, blue U% era too too too surad. Free estimatesit all. Call art, a T H W. 0 acres Haspltal Tune-ups, brakes. PAVE SAVE Oat drive- AL'S LAWN LANDSCAPE eves. Beige collar with ils. n guaranteed 35 no no»» 3 acres SO Lkvarv 40% PAUL'S ROOFNOStD oil change lube lob. 77). way resurfaced, repaired. SERVCE Gordons r o l t. Little Silver area. Child heart unit* Singles. Nat tarraaalrt. Free Seakoellno. Work guaranteed. 0% Service 00 «4So»l A Storage emmalee- H H W, ew-tt Chertes Stanley Jr J 444 Bathroom 20* Teener eefvlce. Re. evelu»4e.4 STONE-BLACKTOP-SEALER NCK'S OVERS Law retes. ROOFNG-SDNO All Sales Office «LOST CAT Large, rveuiered Remodeling A ( FOR... Land Clearing, stump removal. N f T E "N.A "means "not applicable." male. Tabby markings, 4 white rvn BARO topwll. stone, dirt. WOOD CHPStorage. Wg travel. Call eny- surad. free eetunatas. a t. m i. Ceramic Tile gblect to approval end limitations set bv the Planning Board prior to final subdivision approval See feet. white tip on tall. Reward. nme. lames. Lkene» No a>> PNO, EROSON SPECALA. ZEEK CONTRACTTNO NC. 29 4U. SUC. Prellmlnerv subdivision all. PARTAL TO COPLETE STS. Q47 Lawns vadod seeded. RR TEACHERS OVNG NC Tree Services Sectlonl LOST F F. A L E D O G - l v r old, And ceremic tile, newrepairs. lies, walks, walls drives. Un- Big or small. Licensed ant n- Subsection 0543 E (Jl l l emended endlupelamfntedtortediifollowi: brown & black, answers to Of HCOT7. 5*0 Fill Dirt derground leeder drains. sured. Free estimates. Pair H K TREE SERVCE All inimum Distance to " G i r l. - Call Dear phases. 45 R li truck, let clear Front Side HLL DRT TOP SOL Rk 7474U. 44S Carpentry Hauen.tta.Ol. Lot aximum ng, hewing, dumping, tree e a LOST -White short-haired Lot Lot Jotmon. >74*», J4 hrs.. or COKLCTt LAWN CARE Line. rn.t.i Reliable. tissveej. female cat with grey tioer tall & CARPENTER WN oo smell Line Ll ufm 7 a.m.-; p.m. owing, edging, 'rimming: Dolobs n spare time to supplement (feet) feet) grey spots on head. 2 vrs. old, feet) teetl ncome. Free estimates. Call 75 «0 Barn 7i n 5 Fireplaces A (40 Painting WOOOY-S TREE SERVC S4H0 N.A. Farm Stand» to* in Oak Hill, tddretown area 2i Lawn ower Trae> 4 ahrab trimming 4 rewooditoves N.A. Paperhanglng Nursery outlet as too Comes lo tht name of Eloltt Not CARPENTER - Additions, almoval. Fully nsured. Prog ggtl. Tune-upt Swimming Pool wearing a collar & needs medical toretlons. decks, kitchens, centfreplaces-wood STOVES ""^lt A.C.P. PANT ASTERS - nm N.A. attention Reward. 6/ 964. net Tennis court work. Chris Johnson. Chimneys, brick hearthswalls. 4t.HRSpring tune-up service. tgrlar. anterior. Aflordeble N.A. leave message. Garage Typing Service Brick, stone. odi, concrete BrlggsTecumsax englnee. AH prices. Rets.. eetlmea. PlesHrPlesH J Tool, storage LOST Black belt, silver buckle CENTRAL JERSEY CONST. ROra. J. BQCt. W-0W7. JW C t T a e eaea-smell engines repaired. ing slajwna). Cell ttaje OAK HLL (CCPTAHAL end garden sheds 0 to with Army medal "inset- Sen- Additions, alteretlons. garages. Cell u - e n o a e f i i n. ERVCH. N * ALL-AROUND PANTNO Residential pool timental value Generous re- decks, replacement doorswin- 7 Food end tennis cibenei 0 0 inl.-eil.-sgackll-aalcnlngward. June 24, Frl., vicinity Con- dews. H-44J. H O E A D E OOODES Pro shop, clubhouse,.., over Pi. Kings HWV. t / i - j /. fudge. Old World S Ue Hauling H O E R E P A R! nchocolate restaurant 400 W0 400 cheeeeceke. e e e c e k e. bue blue ribbon bb carrot caot LOST July 4. German rtar/eirlor, small lobe wel- c Residential radio. HOUSES Oarages, yard k sausage spinach i h pta.o cake, Or- guttera clea gut named Shepherd, black tan, 4-veai cense. Call Our, m-ttut and lela vision towers ee male. Portland Rd., Navednh RETRED CARPENTER dor e day m eevence, H 4 W. awar. HHo 747-ria. Same aa the front yard setback for the principal building.» frhe height of the tower shell not exceed the topple-on ad hgrlionullv to any arta. 'Choker iddtetown Seeks small medium sited license no. 6. Answers to Chris. Jess. Free estlmetae or profartv from the base of the tower or 72-HH. > Net permitted n front verd. (See subsection 5-74 A concerning location of Swimming pools). r Sectlonl LOST OR SSNG Quart! aragraph 05-3JC ( la) s emended end supplementedtiv the addition of the following sentence: 2" oval flock, bronie nside, 40 Carpet Cleaning rotating balls. ooev clock. RE- A-l EXPERT Carpet Cleaning Locetlon of trailer for temporary construction end/or sales office shell be shown." WARD. 43iiiot Section to llbttanrlunl uptiotslerv cl. _ This ordinance shall take effect upon final passage end eer publlcetlon es required bv law. 'ir-tm retes. orris Hoffmen Special Notices PUBLC NOTCE The foregoing Ordinance was ntroduced ana eeaeed first reading at a regular meeting of he ajor G F T E D PSYCHC end Council of the Borough of Tlnton Falls held on July. t e n and seld-ordfnence will be further considered far final passage at e regular meeting of governing body to be held en August,*B. at RS. SYLVA lev at which lime end place ell persons desiring lo 5 P. et the Borough Hall. Tlnton fells, New Jersey READER A ADVSOR be heerd thereon will be given full opportunity. On All Problems of Li JEROES REED Borough Clerk TO *n» BARAD/BARTENDER Pert-time, apelv between, 3 p.m. Palmer Lounge, f t t Palmer Ave. BEAUTY OPERATOR E» eertence in Jerri Curls relaxtrs. Red tank area. 43-aHi. BOOKKEEPER-ACCOUNTS PAYABLE Per bulider-de vetoper. Experienced n schedules cost reports. Call rs. Bernhart, m * * 0 0 BOYS/GRLS - 7 orning Classified muiwrm A N AGEAAENT TRANEE Part time Newspaper Paste-up Highly pforfycttve composing room. Limited number of hrs. Experienced preferred, good salary, good working conditions. onday and Thursday evenings. Call Frank ANocca between 9 a.m.-5 p.m. BusinessDi A DALY GUDE OF BUSNES 5 n f 82,000 DPFERE SEE YOUR AD HE.a aeaea"afca^bai i^..-na ^sfedfe^eedhei

35 SltrlWants Ftmtl. ST ORTGAGES AVALABLE - Aw.. Hometoeper, pan lima, j KewrTper SALES L u l l n g ] > r ( enertk. amueut m n irval C parseetahy train to miki el (ail S w r week. Business ar valet»». preferred. Eac. benefit.. CJ 4JW. We «Ewm Oeaartunlly fmetai SSSTZ** BABYSTTNG - ather g f B - n me. son will care lor your child n my Lena Branch home. Very reasonable ratal, m e m CHLD CARE - n my E. Kaans^buro home. Pull-time. SCHOOL BUS DRVERS WANTED rmus XPERENCED HOUSEWa i l train you. you do not E KEEPER Has dart available, nave a tats license. any potl own transportallon. references lions available. Par this fall Call anytime. 4*5-33 uit apply near. Call ui al 7» l l l or T V - t i n, lo mate ap- EXPEBBNCED OTHER Will tbr.it n t»r H.n.t homt. point man.. Fltilbl* noun ind r»*ion*b.«pat KEEL.EN & SONS f i l t t Call m i S BUS COPANY F R E E - L A N C E - Secretarial 50 Hsvv. 3*. Ktiniburg Service. Former Corp legal aw*secretary - Wllh e.p lar retary. B Seleclr.c eitekllthed Real Euala Ap. writer, shorthand, tic. prawl firmtojra Area. Send HOE OR APT. - Clnlng resume lo: tan Cjt, Tht Dally sturt. rallabli woman with V, NJ 0770 rt, will Chan your horn*. Own SECRETARY - Eap. Typing at rani. Call tyiyllfiw, TJfJUl wpm. shemiend irwtt be achouse CLEANNG curate al too Coll. Neck area, l or \-4. t i l HUP*. 30-*5» SECRETARY - Raal attata of- HOUSECLEANNG - Excclltnt fice Experienced, lull lima. r*t*rtncti. own transportation, Good lyplil a must, tome short Rtd Bank area. U SO ptr hr, Call f t t r 4 p.m., m W J ham necettanr. C l l m SECRETARY With t i p. lor WLL CLEAN - Your hou eitakillhed Raal Eltala Ap th«way you with you had ttma pralial llrm n snore araa. Sana tol Call Sm al TXS rawnato:ban CJa. Tha Dalit WLL CLEAN YOUR HOUSE Register. Shrewsbury, NJ 0770 Or Apt. whl youwork. Eis'd, SECRETARY/PROCESSOR - r t l U b l t, rtf». 29-SS44 or For raal ailata offkt E«c com. pentallen. call Vecchlo Raally, LTTLE SLVER Rtiponslbla Ed P*p«ln. 2t4*S. mother wllh nurtary ichool u S E W N G A C H N E OP pcrtonc* will babvtlt ttachara FRATORS - E«pU Small tab- chlldrar, n my horn* it, rlc tems. Call SU -63JO. nature Rallablt motrwr of fivt will babvtlt n her Atlantic SEWNG ACHNE OPERA Highland* horn*. Any ao*. Call TORS Epar^ancad. all sec- itixno tions, call z».fiai or apply al NUHSEi ADE C*rtiri«d~ Ranco anufacturing. 30 3rd eking night lob with h* jick or Aye.. Long Branch. elderly Own transportation SHELLNG SHELLNG- The rertrtcts Reasonable rates placement people. 4? Hwy f747 Eatonlown. m-ajrjo.. SLPCOVERS UPHOLSTERY SOCAL SERVCE DESGNATE Fast Reasonable. References. mmed pert time position Cell S44-e>7. ay apply at Cllllslda Health Cars Csatsr. TEACHER Skt tumrnar SWTCHBOARD OPERATOR - position. Otlice skills, ihorthand. typing, light bookkeeolng Call 3 lo p.m. A weekends, lull or parl'tlma, lane-term, oood op portunity TUTOR READNG ^..., TEACHERS - Naad a second Phonics. English, cart f l t d income? wa ara laokln«taran teacher, grades K be outgoing ndividual 0 service twn our citomari n our an's WE DO WNDOWS Clolhlna Department Good tale New method, no streaking or lint phone voice a plus. aip. presatisfaction guaranteed tarrad. 2 nlghti a. Saturday. AppFree estimates. Reasonable ly n parson or call 74-S30O. ash wosw for r. erler WLL BABYST For working mother, n my Hazltt home, for NATELSON'S 2 children up lo 3 veers old. Broad * Front Straals. Red Bank 73»47*l TELEPHONE SOLCTOR Who t graal on tha phone 0 YOUNG LADY Age 3, desires make appointments tor sales- summer babysitting Job n my parsons with good closing skills, horn*. Reliable, experienced A up to 30% commission. Call Terrl a c c o m p a n i e d bv mother. at 74-W37.»TR. TERS 2ND ORTGAGES SAE DAY DECSONS LOW RATES Bavshore ortgage U ALL HOEOWNERS ATTENTON 7 lor Salt CAERA Nikon F Photomtc mm A llhnm tenses. Cate A iccastartc* trvluded H. Call O-0W aher * em. CAERA NKON FAS With Ol/BlSfmm m i l, 4 Nihker 200mm. 0. Call Carl at W H 4, e»ai. CANOPY BED - Night Stand A edding, t i n. Cabinets free. Call nterest rates on U.S. Govern mem backed fundt are UP to U'/.%. Yew can stilt oat money at ts low rate d pay o existing CHECK THS OUT... flrsl or second merteeaeei 4 Gel more readers to check out loans. Business loans, too. Call your ad with a CHECK at the lo* today tomorrow may cost vow and/or bottom of your copy. Call The Dally Register Classified more Department today for details. CALL COLONAL TOLL FREE t O P m U S E»L RAf 7 trchifujl lor Salt HOT PONT t.uk ranee oven, coppertana Sell claenlna lest aflar attar tpm. HOWDY OOODY PUPPET Fair condition Call Oe» ew-ll HYBRD LLAC BUSHES.so ea. while they last T HYRED LLAC BUSHES ll.so aa. wlille they last. 4 J7» 7 for Sato REPOSSESSED SGN Nalh na downt Take over payments, S monthly. 4»t flasnlnj arrow Stan- New bulbs, letters. Hale Sians Call FREE, -aa>4ta-744a. awtrttmar E S T A U R A N T OR D E L tcoulptnt eutometk, stainless steel, 3-POt coffee :ar, Bunn. 2 cemmercial deli slicers, eic. cond. 2 commercial compresrs. war Can m-«i. SEARS to RADAL AR SAW Table 4 accessaries included. n?7 FRDAY, JULY 5,983 The D&ify Register B Oaram/Yard 77 Pttsand trchantfl Llvtsteck Wanted LNCROFT 234 Rlwerbroek Ave.. Fn 4 Sal., Julv 5 4 k.» to 4. Rattan lurnitura, imall kitchen set, bikes, children's tothes. iou more. LTTLE SLVER - 53 Little Silver Point Rtf. Furniture, aniques, bathroom tilures, suana. tothei, 4 much more. Sat.. July *, 0 lo. No early calhrs. lddletown Tltton Rd. Julv S 4 ta, f i m l p m. Pine kitchen set, canopy bed, lamps, ug, bicycle, pool ladder 4 much ADORABLE ALE POODLfc PUPPES Toy and small mini. LTARY Uniforms, swords, ayonets, medals, toy sotdkerv imited quanitv. no rain checks nd old trains. 5fct AKC. J0- aer 5. ADORABLE KTTENS Free ONE TE OR ALL - Cements tome, basement, attic, o good home, mother is Sealleanouis. etc. 2*4-*45l. point Siamese Call 77-0U ADORABLE KTTENS - To ipenlng SOON Atlantic toed home- 7 weeks. male. 4 H ighiandi Book Spot. Ntfw emate White with tan, utterjvmg paperbacks Highest ained. Call ices paid Can eves.. 294)724. Advanced And Be PANO WANTED SEARS TOUCH S E N S T V E giniws Arty condition B TYPEWRTER E> DSWAS6R With Power 4 UR'N'VO'UR DAONDS NTO Water iser + Sunny Temp, ecutive. Good conclllian. 7}. DOLLARS Convert Old Jewfeatures. Gold 4 wheat. $200 Call 4 N 9 U N N E S A R A B B T S try lo Cash. DON PON'S JEWKCNOR E L E C T R t ts-oow aer a»m. ELERS Will Buy from private Dwarfs, ini-lops regular. 2 DRYER 4 Steinway uprlont SEtKOEN'S PROFESSONAL lddletown - OAK HLL adult males. Handmade hutches. owners and estates ANTQUE piano, S4S0. Antique adding ml- DVER'S WATCH - Never used, Kereslen carpets, chrystal chan- animal cages CLOCKS R E P A R E D A N D clilna witn Hand, He DinalU vet. water tested to 000. Dav date, delier, linens, junior pool table, EWELRY D E S G N E D, m l any misc. tems. Call black dial a straps. $*5 B radio, games, ten-speed bike, :ENTRAL N.J. CHAPTER River R d. Fair Haven. H.J OHA offers all breed show hanhome Equity Loans t i n i t, late evanmgs looks, electronics, ceramics, W -0* dling, all level* of obedience U P to any amount, long terms (CHESS C H A L L E N G E R ) KTCHEN SNK -!S«!2, llaln SEWNG ACHNE Ken- Atari 4 cartridges, snow Plow. Starting Julv n Shrewsbury through Federal National ort- Never used, %n. less Heel faucets ncluded. US more, io dial stitch, used 3 times etc. Fn., Jutv S, 0-3, Sal., Julv Show handling, * Obe<V 0-2. N Baltentlne Rd.. (o gage Association (F. ) Paid $H, asking $40. 2-O3W celh. Call -. Olence, Owight Rd ) 'mm\2 BOOKS - 00 LADY'S BCYCLE j-ipead. THE ONEY STORE CHLDREN'S STOVE COLLE P U P S - A K C, Sables 4 White, good condition, $00 Golden and Dr Suess. i takes 2S. 2r' power mower. 25. CB 'S, champion pedigree, eves Call radio.. Power drill, comtojraa t WOO 0 Apartments mercial. l l Single bed with boa SUPEROR ags. Two 5". lddletown (OAK HLL) checked»75 lo S27S EE G E R A N BEDROO DUPLEX n and matreia. lka new. 30. July * GtganlK garage 50. Two Typhoon steel dishes. COACH CARRAGE For sale. J5", $$. TOfOtnar $50.747HW. sale. Resident moving. 37 Borden SHEP.ARD/COLLE-3vrs.Qld, est section of Keansburg with Excellent condition. Aveeado t22-2o. spaved. has all shots. To a good nvate entrance and back yard. green. %Ji, C4>lf e t S -» H. LARGE RROR Air condi- SWEET CORN-Sir.ng beans4 Rd. home. Call anytime. >as heat S425 per mo. + utilities. tioner-window. 2 small living other vegetables Wholesale, re lddletown 7 Johnson 42 5* * ' Casota Farms, Rt. 520 East. Terr. Off Cherry Tree Farm Bd F R E E PUPPES - other CODE A-PHONE ANSWER A oom chain, winter coats, pair of Fri Sun., July 5-7, 9-5. ust Cockapoo, * weeks old. A B E R D E E N - Wellington arlbaro. f4a-42k>. CHNE Originally», Olvnv crulchei. Call 4K7W. *7»54 sell many items, Call for specif Place brick condo 2 bedroomt, 2 pia office manual typewriter, LAUNDROAT LQUDATON SW NO POOLS 7 erchandise. *7.-*4». GERAN SHEPHERD P U P S - Oaths, fireplace, fully carpeted, large carriage, used J months, Speed Queen washer parts, Act fasti Swimming pool Sale a enlrai air. pool, tennis. Avail* originally U W, HOP ea. f -44»S mifcc lurnllure. Washing ma- thon is going on right now! Big. DDL.ETOWN 75 Truex P., 4 weeks old No papers. %4i. Call able Aug. B $700 a mo >. for Sale COLD SPOT Apt.-sited, u cu. chine motors other misc. new. popular *3 family-sded block past iddletown H.S. 2*4-795 anytime 00" H E R T A G E SOFA H rerrigerator, 2S. With v t a r temt Call J4WJ for ntorma pools with deck, fence, filter 4 North. Frl. a. Sat., July 5 4 *, GVNG AWAY 2 female cats. on f n, 9 a.m. lo i p.m. Perfect confliiton, W " Lawton guarantee ABERDEEN TO ASBURT lion. ages Call eves.. warranty, installed lor only $0. to to s. style tola, 4 piece sectional iota, iddle town bedroom, only 3Se Will finance. Call Dave direct tor 74722* pair of antique rope beds, twin COLONAL SOFA Loveseat. LAWN EDOEB J ho.. Brlags mmediate service. totv223-o3o7, lddletown Frt 4 Sal, Red Bank 2 beoroom, only WeCi July 5 4 *. to 3. 3 Cherry G O L D E N R E T R E V E R S ilia, Chinese rue, X0 Call chair, exc. cond.. $450 Zenith Slratton. S. Call aer or Freehold, neat paid. $300 TABLE Round Barrel! table Tree Farm Rd. Crib, furniture, AKC, four males. Champion 67_i 544 aer 4 p.m. Aleofo stereo, $50 Pine cornei waafcands. 2*l-O2aJ. is of apis, to choose. Call Usl u, cloihing, much more. with 4 clr.v 2 club chair.. ade bloodline. Sire CDX. Health Home Rentals Bkr LB. WETHT SET And table, S, Lamp, $7S. Chrome LAWN TRACTOR AllHrChamwormy chestnut. 00 lddletown ~ 2* Barbara guaranteed. UOO bars alt, t hp., wllh 42" rotary chandelier, i 5x area rug, Bench, HO, 70 b. heavy bag, $55, Terr. F n,, Julv 5. «to 4 p. GOLDEN RETREVER PUPS ATLANTC H G H L A N D S. 00. Days. 67-0)46. Eve*. mower. New condition 700 or 2-4H Bav Ave., near manna,. Tort. >k, ;. F v ' _ " bedroom T4H u, living rourt,, 2 CU. FT. REFRGERATOR Call sectional with 3 ottomans items kitchen, st floor. Available AuUOO 6" bike. WO. pair of water COLOR VDEO Cassette t%- LAWN OWER t " Bobcat. oieca EKC. cond. UtOO new. ashing just serviced, new Brlogi lddletown Oak Hill, GREAT DANE PUPS Fawns, gust st 385 Plus electric. Paul corder. portable, timer, cotor *t, 20. *" cplor TV. needs work, 20. pair of 4" Ford camera, battery pach/charger, Stratum motor, 0 hours on motor Also < piece Wicker living oving. Frl. 4 Sat.. Julv Champion pedigree. Kolyer line P Bova, inc room set. recently mported, exc t to S. Household items, 3 S eves... $. Call 77-aj. like new, m o o or best offer. 4O0. Call 7W-4S. glassware, clothes, books, ice cond UO-H70. LVNG ROO SET Sotabed. SSB CB RECEVER Re skates, collectibles, office equip- H U N T E R ' S S P E C A L TES loveseatchair, year old, UOO allltlc TRC-45. Lists $9*95. ment, garden supplies Plus. 59 Pedigreed Beaoie puppies. Shots NEVER A COST TO YOU USED RALROAD 4 wormed. -Ready to start gun. i n Gull Rd. asking m o R a a i i a t l c C O P L E T E tjtero W T H Call 2t4-2reo-er Sta.2tlaledits & ret credit checks HH47 nlng. $50. Call 787-W57. TRC-422A Priority Circut, lists RACK ncludes receiver. L V N G ROO/DEN OC RENTALS $9.95, asking $50. converter. Quarti svnthesiiey. odel RWZ FURNTURE t>ark pine. TOOL SET * Ft. Crasman lddletown * East Karvn KEESHHOUND Vi vr.olo S to T4 voiis, as* ing no i»«rk cattstts iips OtcK rrxls' D"S. KS». tilled with snap-on tools. Valued Terrace. Books, toys, household female, has o^dtti. Work ma. FLORDA Kissimee, 2 mi =. c«i? S meter, asking JB Sfl, magnetic turntablt F R D 2 S, Bose l OS0. Call 22H»24i. al $5,000. must sell for $2500. Cal couple cant take care ol hei ciubrigusp 27 hoiesgolt. 7 tennis 4 p.m. mount antenna, asking $20. Call speakers.»700 or best offer. ust Asking»75. Can LVNG ROO t " velvel 2*-0*4, aer i call courts, lake, pool, water skilnt, any evening alter 5pm , Sell Hundreds of items sofa. 3 glass chrome tables. 2 TRACTOR 37 walk behind OVNG ompieieiy equipped Sept. 24lh Bikes, storm door, 4 much more. KTTENS Litler-trained. 2 GLASS Chrome brass CONTENTS OF HOE Piano, floor lamps, chrome chair. 390 with many accessories. $50. weeks old, black, black 4 whu hrough Pel H. 7S?-90S. Frl., Sat., Julv 5 4 U, 9 to 2. No 30. Electric double wall oven, lirm Call H H l l tables. i FREEHOLD - Post and Coach early callers. 50 Ocean Ave.. and striped em a ts 6-SOT5. overwe, $00 Range hood, sink. Call KTTENS Free to a good STEREO CON TROPCAL FSH TANK SS- Sea Bright. ige bedroom garden epts. " ir sink, 6 cu refrigerator. AGNAVOX SOLE Walnut color with galtan. all Plexiglass, all eouip- NAVESNK Sat., July *, 0-2. home. Cute 4 playful. 7 weeks available Hot water & pool sup 2PRE HUNG WNDOWSWith sofa loveseat Call 740 old Call Ellen track A / F A turntable. Ask menti perfect condition. Cos storms. Couch with bolsters pneo\ Open eves. Call Prosoecl Ave.. off Grand Ave. $350 new, atttpg $00 2*-274. UOO 4<S-4i7t. Wrought iron kitchen set. ist CONTENTS OF HOUSE SALE FURNSHED APARTENT We may Just have that something LHASA APSO PUPPES - A K C Sarouk rug, marble top buffets a. items. Call 739-Qt9. T Y P E W R T E R - B Seletln 225 a mo., Ealontown 2 rooms, registered. S27S. you're looking for. 3 P EC E C O L O N A L lables. art gtass lamp. Capo-Df APLE BED Full lia. extra bail>, $200. use of kitchen bath Hiat A Call NEW ONOUT H 2-fai A T C H N G L V N G ROO * "lonte, Limoges, Huge gold ahogany, twin lia. Hanfl C a l l 4<S-3 S 4 4 Bavberrv Lane. Frl. 4 A L E Chihuahua, all shots, utilities included. Clean home, SET Complete, llkenew, never gilted mirror, pine pedestal table mower. Call eler working tingle W, ATTRESSES uit sell over T Y P E W R T E R - Portable elec Sat., July 5 4 *. 9 to 4 p. housebroken, veer old ust used- Carved wood. Sofa, love- A chairs, dining room table 4 U LANDS 3-bedroom 000 name brands, mattretset. Brother Correct O-Ball, 2" inch Toys, dolls, children's 4 adult's sell Oood home only Asking (50. seatchair. Cocktail tablet, end ;hairs, large china closet, pair of carriage. Color T.V. Sears 9' apartment Balconybackyard. lables2 Colonial lamps $500. French arm chairs. 2 colonial ix springs A sleeper mat- Telephone answering machine clothes, gi 4 household items 4 Call W> + utilitie. Securityrelerrugs sofa'., 3-Piece lulteted sectional, tresses. All slits, such as Sealv, 67 QW. ASTFF P U P S A K C, 5girTs, Duophone. All items less than * ences No petv. 495-JU7 Availamps, oils, etc. 25 Sunrise Ci Serta. Spring Air. Eclipse, etc OAK HLL-DDLETOWN - 4 bovi Champion bloodline Sire, able Aug v. but nightly damaged or mos. old, call 042-*4. 5 PECE - Redwood set. 75, cla, Holmdel, follow signs off Ferrm Court. 3-tamtly sale. F n. group placement winner. Health dinette table. chairs and serv Telegraphill Ad. or Hwy 3 4 water-stained. From i n 95 each Julv 5. 9 to 4. Sat,. Julv *. 9 to guaranteed X49 ing cart, $75. hi-rise bed with Centervlk Rd Sal. Limited supply. Rain checks UNPANTED 2. Baby items, toys, furniture, N A T U R E Long-haired HGHLANDS bolsters and cover $75. Call available. Grant Furniture. id 35mm camera, tennis racquets, Dachshunds. 2 female. 8 weeks S42 2W Shopping Center. Rt. 35. children's school desk, kmck Old. Call COUNTRY ANTQUES - 2 dlebrook TRUCK DRVER WANTED W N D O O R Oakhurst. N.J. on. thru Frl., knacks, household goods. headboards, figured ash. spool 0-. Sal., till t. Sun, t s. Cat Five years tup. a, articulated POODLE Female, black RED A N KOAK HLL Three families AKC, 2 vrs old. good with chil >ed, 4" oak door mirrors, ball' 4W-4W0. license a must. Tandem e«p. 55 Situations Wanted GARAGE OVERHEAD top canning )ars. 73*-30. also. Calt between OHt Clothing, furniture, refrigerator dren, good temperament. ov alt DOOR Good cond.. all hard CRB Pine wood, like new.i75 AYTAG WASHER t ORYER 4 AND i ROO APTS AVALdishwasher, tires, bar signs ing UOO, WATER/WATRESS - Eip. ALL AROUND YARD WORK Small double bed. roning Chest, %li. Babv-change, j i s A B L E FOR E D. OC lare, asking S00 Call >42-S43*. lights, garden tools, antique re UPRGHT PLAYER PANO only. Apply n person al The board. Priced lo sell w. H BOW, cords, much more. July PUG PUPPES 6 weeks old CUPANCY PRVATE DOCK *T G A R A G E O V E R H E A D $300 or best offer. Victorian Spirit. 30 onmoulh Tree cut, gutters cleaned. Free vy ill Rd., Off Oak Hil UOO. Fawn color. N REFRGERATOR aslimales Call 74 -<JOS. DOOR Good cond., all hard C R Y S T A L Call n St., Had l a n n. WAREHOUSE 53-O434 AND BEACH, FULLY ERC, cond BOOKKEEPER -» years» re. asking StOQ. Call 042-5*3*. UPRGHT FREEZER cu Rd W A T R E S S E S / W A T E R S - perience, will do all your person- AR CONDTONER CLEARANCE SALE To pre Call 4S-70. WESTERN Good CARPETED. CENTRAL AR, pare for nventory, Famous OUTDOOR SALE - Fri. Sat., SADDLE tl.. by imperial, $37S. ust be tkperlenced Aoptv n Blue suede on seat 4 down APLE PARKNG STARTNG BTU. CONDTONERS (50. OAK HALL SEAT Jutv 5 6, 0 a m i p.m cond. Call 4* person: Rex Diner. 7 west al or business bookkeeping Call AR 7000 name outh Blown Hand-cut full RRORED shrrups. Asking Si70 Call Prices Hashed for summer eves or weekends, St 4, 77-5U AT $49S PER ONTH + UTLBTU Emerson, 220 volt, 75. ead crystal. Sat.. 7/6/3, 9:30 OO. s-pitce Rattan sal. woo VDEO DSK PLAYER Zenith clearance. Front S. Red Bank. Fantastic prices lor EXPERENCED GARDENER 6000 BTU Weshnghouse, (75. hi. Long Branch Ave.. Long call i H i ) alter mm with 37 movies including J a u merchandise. 30 Ridge URGENTLY NEEDED - Good TES CALL Branch, N.J. WANTED Homemakers. teen- - Handyman seeks full or part O V N G Bedroom sat. pine Singer 4 Rocky l. $700. Cal aualltv HGHLANDS 2 bedroom apt. Rd., corner of Ave.-Of-Two home for Grey Boy. Affectionate, agers, retirees Take an attar- i me. work Good worker with AR CONDTONER CUTTNG TORCH Tanks, lofa a chair, refrigerator, living 4*5-35. ~ ten, Humion vienent to transportation. nuetered. de-clawed house cat noon walk and earn money doing tf*r*nce>,»7-?0 or b7\tj3\ oom chairs, TV, dash, oil paint es $50 per mo + utilities Call Owner moving and no pets al. Wa naad you to deliver Tha DDLE AGE OAN Desirai BTU, G.E., 220 volt Works vary ings, mirrors, collectibles, tools WNDOWS Anderson. single 29-UN well, good condition, with nb«>ru s Agency mult, unused. Benchmark P O R C H S A L E China lowed. Please call 747*2?. Register n the Wellington Con 74-. glassware, furniture, pool table, USED SADDLE - Passier For HGHLANDS 2 bedrooms. steet door, unused das en Rt. 34 n atawan. Call part time lamtorial position. stallation kit. Asking ibo OVNG Pool table, V400; WORLD WAR Army ntle elegant bric-a-brac. 5 Drum- ward seal, 7" with fittings S200 Heal supplied. S3 a mo., i mo. Bill n the Circulation Oept. Eip. A have all necessary kitchen set with chairs. (300; TV caliber m m, good cond. $00 mond P.. Red Bank, o on- firm,/2493. SO 4000 Equal Opportunity Em eoultfmtnt. nsured. 47iUi. irtjy required. Call H2-H *AR CONDTONER RCA sofa. 50, tunnel couch moulh St. July 3, 6 4 7, BTU. yr. old, Work. Police. Flock of Seagulls, set. 225; plwor /F table, SO, humidifier, n o, Call 222 5B anytime WANTED Home tor Siamese HlGHLANDS Nice 2 bedroom, Situations Wanttd twhirlpool, 4. No early callers u t condition, woo. Andersen iimoti 4 Garfunkel, arvin and stereo, 35, and assorted hardyouth BEDROO SET Exc cat. housebroken, clean. RED BANK 97 Linden Pl.ofl WAREHOUSE ull be redouble window, S {with storm Gave, elissa anchester. Rob- ware. /W-256 too area. kids, pets O K. Heal alt/female cond.. Contemporary, 5 pieces Spring St. Fri., 26, 4 Sat., , atk lor Bill liable. Apply Gale's ndustrial ert Plant, Jackson Browne. aid. $350. A_screen) 2** Supply. Keypart, HOUSEKEEPER Position OVNG aple bedroom sci, triple dresser, book shelves CtOfhes, kitchen items, traits. 0 Bicycles 72*400. D STATE_ Rentals 2U-O0O wanted for two days per week AR COND - U 0 0 BTU used one D E S K S. F L E S - Tables, carnage bench, coffee table chest of drawers, desk. $400. Cal misc. items. W A R E aer * p.m., mo., Stje. living room chairs. H G H L A N D S Large Selection! dreiser, braided rug. Cal Llvt n or out. Excellent rtf. RED BANK Sat.. July * only ini Blfcts HOUSE/HANOYPERSON modern rocker, off white, ask- chairs, storage cabinets, com- H»-73W. bedroom, only $ p.m. 3* Shrewsbury Ave. BATAVUS O P E D Excellent SalaryTOpar weak, lull com- mwtj 72 Garage/Yard ing i each, moving. 3B9-U4. puter tables, office equip, etc at Large duplex, only $340 clothing, furniture, bikes, toys condition Quick sale price, tso pany benellts Call Little Silver. bargain prices New or used. OVNG, UST SELL AnAJR CONDTONER -Emerson 3 bedroom, yard. kids. $425 Salt* 57 Child Cart/ 3* wooden ladder and much Hf-tl3 tique barber's chair,,50 AnA.A.C. DESK OUTLET. WOT Rt. Outtt Cool, 4,000 BTU i Likt Home Ranlali Bkr jjw-234 tique china closet, 500, Antique 5-FALY YARD SALE - on more. Reasonably priced. W E E K E N D RECEPTONST Nurstry School* '. oving, must sell, UOO. 35, Oakhurst. -3W0. FVE-STAR G E N E R A L K ANSBURG odern corner cabinet. Fireplace 4 Tues., Julv 4 f. * to 4 P. RED BANK Dresses, skirts O P E D G o o d cond, new bedroom TVPST For Holmdol raal as530-o5h. apt $300 per m o. l ' i DNETTE SET Butcher block eouip., screens 4 andirons, ai 303 Poote Ave, Union Baacfi LSAS HAVEN suits, coats, sue 4. shoes, 7-7 tale olllca. «4a-4aao mos. security, plus utilities. Apt ormica, with cushioned chrome carburetor, runs great (]>0 oi (Formerly ary, Hawtn) ALL FURNSHNGS Ol large chor shaped, 95. Hail tree with ABERDEEN - Strathmore. ivy narrow widths Costume tewelrv 2-B, 29 Grove Pi. Call 3S2-456B. 4-6 lyurkat room, such as Barcalounger din chairs, plus leaf $ S. we cart ilk* you care" mirror,» arble lop wash Wav. 22 families TV, mowers l a c e s, e m b r o i d e r y, e t c. best otter. Call _ ing sat, globe slicer, patio DNNG ROO SET Antique stand. V 5. arble wrought iror You hava lound Save on food glassware, kitchen utensils HONDA EXPRESS.979 PRESCHOOL new/old, furniture, etc Call 42-*00 bills while you earn Best multikeen table, four chairs and buf- table, s ' i Pine knee hole desk clothes-like 35 anor Dr.. Sat.7/* Excellent condition 29S K E A N S B U R G Clean, 2 KNDERGARTEN bumper poo) table, an misc level bullnast around. Ground 0-4. Rain data 7/7. fet, 00 Lovely pair Ot 0 * *S Sears stereo, 3S. Sean Atar furniture, bedroom apt.. private entrance, For Childrenfc vr« A LOW BUDGET? tiques Off Rt. 34 N Va oor opportunity Call (» l l Your child's needs catered to, Shop the Used Furniture Center dressers, ne pel* 8 Hancock- St.»7.4f.29 game with 23 cartridges, UOO Brackie-isl le. F n., 7. is, it HONDA CR80 98 RED BANK Big sale, tittle aller *p m ' Sears 3" color T.V.. 7S. Zenitr Sat, 7'* meals included or net. Newest of Red Bank prices Clothes, household items condition. Asking " color T.v,, nol working, $0 techniques including computer KEANSBURG Two i room «7 Shrewsbury Ave. U2\*49 etc. Sat., 9 a.m. lo 4 p.m. 2 Call 54) Babysitting earning, emphasis OO fflu- AANA RADAR RANGE DNNG ROO Bedroom, re 2 tmerson air conditioners, 500 A OVNG SALE Yamaha Chestnut St. apli l turmshed unlurmshed. HONDA EXPRESS OPE U '980 B l u v noo ea L-shaped coucn motorcycle, tools, garden equip tic/art. Beautiful surroundings, Like new. with cookbook A fngerator. kitchen set Call Child Cart RUSON Small refrigerator Good condition. First 20 Small apl is turnithed. UJS per _2**»5fO S50. Oining room table, t> chairs rnenl, lamps, toys, bikes, fenced plav yard. lonth Large dpi is unbrowning dish»200. Call turcs 4 frames, surfboard, * typewriter, gas grill, shelves, e i lafcae. a 26* 0 " j hfinr? ar. rn B A B Y i i T * HEEDED For DNETTE SET Like new Colonial green. S50. Pine book car magatlnes. croquet set, irmsned. 5J'i perajcnonui Cati aer 5pm ercise bike 4 lots more. 7" XAW. w«t. rt«jh, VSW.Ojrl'i 4»* a war aid.-all. Hlaanas KAWASAK 7S E N D U H O butcher. ock -table toe, round. 3ij-8i«S>t>«twi-e_n_6am-5pm A N D E R S E N WNDOWS * 42" diameter, 4 Breuer chairs. piece bedroom, $50 Filing cabi beds, tor gam, mietrtv china * ffumxon RD. Joty-H 9am-a*m area Can» 4». KEANSBURG bedrooms, glassware. Early American DOORS - A Atrium doors 50% cane backs, wrap-under tubular net, HO Call aer 2 p.m RUSON 27 Washington Ave Call 442-/45 CHLD CAE Eip. woman lor in kitchen, good skvhghi Kmck Knacks, purses, linens discount. D e l i v e r y. legs, l" diameter. $ *. 9am-Spm, Sat A Sun., July t«o P E D 902 in excellent/conteacher's kindergarten child. y C*rr Ave location $300 mo. + boiiles, lots more. 74 South ^707 DNETTE PARTY SET Broy USCAL NSTRUENTS Winding Way. Little Silver, Frl 4 / Furniture, antiques a, col dition otorcycle style 300 or home Own transportation on lies Call /5O-5965 or tectabies. ANTQUE GOLDEN OAK HALL Hill. 4t" round. 4 cane-back arm Crumer organ. $500; Performer, 4 Sat., «-3^ best _offer: Can 7-2*98 Frl.. t-4 e / m / n. Rals. 444, KEANSBURG 4'? rooms, Off STANO *22i. antique oak sew chairs, B" icef. Ex. cond., must V4J0. Ampeg 70 t-channel PA, SELLNG Complete conteni _ O P E D 979 Puegoet. E the street parking, $37S plusulilichld CARE t. LGHT HOUSE 4 Business ' BG YARD SALE - Lots of old ng machine, 0, desk. 00, see? 065. UOO, S" EV speaker yaith 4 new items. Apple St., Wot of home, Quality furnishings in cellent condilion 250. KEEPNG Part-time late Auchild's desk, wo, kitchen set, $50, mint cond. Consisting in part ot enclosure..hs. Call 22W or off H a r m o n y * < gust, beginning Seel.. on.-frl.. Rd - E a shutch, dining room table * ' Opportunity double bedroom set complete, DNNG ROO SET Table, sat-int. la**l.»lt»riauf)fl. A CAaSt/lV S i; OTOflECANt lwa t i t 8U5tfi5i t-'jfc i f l L t - '.S!* ; «* NU uniwi *><iu l-olece hi.ii..i, >.200Call KEANSBURG 4 room duple*. w r t i ^ N U W KLoy* avi (low NecsV. 3_ style e«ti4.i «...toaia^ COLTS NECK Antiques, oak. tables, braiv" bed, chandelier luncheonette, in fait grow al maple coffee table A 2 and 739« offer. Call 74-7O*. organ 4 china closet, furniture. Toro mower, snow blower iliet FAR HAVEN Working couple ing arta. Contatl 2-42 tables, exc. cond.. *0. coniem jet-leai ads, tables/' books 4 TV's. lamps, some antiques, paintings N E T R N 980 ooed, low * needs babysitter n our home, 2 LAUNDROAT t you i r * porv couch A chair. $S0. aniioue NEVER US6D 30pint weather Chevy truck wheels 4 tires. glass, household 4 much more mileage, enc cond., S32J Call K E A N S B U R G ' - 3 rooms. small bays, regular hrs, on aggressive, reliable, WOO is all maple chest of drawers, S25, Lane cedar chest. lka new, S50, DRVER Ges, clothes, exc controlled dehumidttier. Also Tools. 7/*. 7, Tulip Cash only. July 5 4 *. 9 to 4, 2 Scott a l *7t Prl. References. Call U 0 4 m Church Si area, immediate oc maple chest of drawers painted, cond. Washing machine, fair weed trimmer 4.spreader. Lane. Crestwood Dr.. Freehold. L E R D R. A R E A, D - you need to start tt0-0hv PEUGEOT O P E D 9 U - Top cupancv. i mos. security. $260 DLETOWN ature-minded A T A W A N AREA - ESl«4V $30 Call 2»4-*45l. CONTENTS OF HOUSE S A L E - SHREWSBURY Julv S, * 4 model, never used, must sell, Plusjjil..ies Call v J S m U cond. Take both for 50. weighi 2* woman for lleht housekeeping llslted hair cutting salon Reason ANTQUE CENTER of Red 'educing vibrating machine, i OL PANTNG Signed WiQ Sarouk rug. marble lop buffets 4 7, F n. Sal. 4 Sun., 9 to 5. 0* 400 KEANSBURG Living room. Bank 27 West Front Slreel Can 870*34. and care of school aged chil- able, serious buyers only, Please aer 6 p.m. gins. $275. Rosenihet numbered tables, art glass lamp, Capo-Di- Park Ave. oving. Household kitchen, i bedroom, bathroom dren. Beginning n tale Aug.- write P.O. Box S, ttawan, 3 buildings-.50 dealers * ENCYCLOPEDAS - 30 vols. porcelain. Ladv on Horseback, onte. Limoges, Huge gold.terns, clothing, lurnilure. ilh shower only, refrigerator PUCH NEWPORT 979 tems bought, ask for Ouv gilted mirror, pine pedestal table Sept. ust be flexible to cover N.J heat included No pets iddle Good condition SHREWSBURY9Shady Lane Encvclopedia Britannka. f70, circa 940. $350. Call ta t a.m. a, 3-t p.m. during NAL CARE CENTER Long APPLANCES - G.E washer, exc. cond. Call 43 f o u between ORGAN Wurhtier, Centura 4 chairs, dining room table 4 * Sat., July it. 9 to 4. Electncla aged couple or single preferred. 7-*475 school year, as wen a. school established business, prestige dryer, side-by-side refrig- *-apm. Best offer Deluxe witn orbit 3 svnthesner. chairs, large china closet, pair of appliances and other items. PUCH A X - L U X Ex. cond. ' 3 per mo. l mo. deposit rcfrench arm chairs, 7 colonial holiday.. usi have cer char- area, affluent clientele, fully erator ust sell. Call 67*420 Exc. COnp. $ quired Call JHer 6p.m EERSON QUET KOOL P A T O 3-piece tuffeled sectional, SUNDAY ONLY - 0am 4pm 2 Asking 325 acter r a h. Rawly wllh salary rt- equipped Owner will stay ff U R N T U R E sola's, KEANSBUHG 3'> room aparta- Qualified Tenanli Forrest Ave., Fair He B.TU, 7.5-EER, J200. Wrought iron, lamps, oils, etc. 25 Sunrise Ciramremenu to: BOX R 40. Tha wanted, net tn.ood. 4 pieces. ment: all utilities included. $305 a No charge; no obligation Furniture, household items. No Lawn Chief lawn mower, $00. cle, Holmdel, follow signs off OAG REALTOWS Daily Register, Shrewsbury. mo. Call super. 7>7 3 6» fret advertising screening early callers erchandise All yr. old. 74O44. Teiegraphiil Rd. or Hwv 35 4 N.J. 07W, KEANSBURG i BEDROO J D S T A T t ; Rtntah OFFCE BULDNG 2, trecenlerville Rd. Sat. «-5. PANOS ORGANS UNON BEACH Park Ave Wanttd Utilities Paul, hurry. 5200s OTHR't HELPER - ature mendous, n growing business BA8V CARRAGE English and Ser-. KEANSBURG Huge mulli Sal 4 Sun., July * bedroom kids okay, $300 i Loc... JZBtlFS*. CCA All usical Supplies 2 COLLECTORS BUYNG woman enferred. to do light area Owner mutt sell. Great tor Coach, mint cond. UOO vices Dining room set. Lots of clothes family yard sale. Something for :tor or lawyer. Brick exterior, pressure-treated potto 4 boards. All Lionel Trains Home Rentals Bkr 39-23* housekeeping n mv Aberdeen Call TUSTNG PANO CO. like new, 4 used. 4 misc. everyone! Everything must go! Premium Slip-Board fence. W. TOP Prices Paid KEANSBURG Cute efficiency, homo while mosher caret lor asking W Our 99th Year Fn.. 9-4, Sat., Warren YARD SALE Thurs 4 Fri. Va. Split-rail. Quantity dis children. Part-time Own rani. G A G REALTORS private home, near shops Asbury Park 775-O**4 Place, o Palmer Ave. Julv 4 4 5, H o 4 p.m. 45 Dakota counts. For complete informa Ra. Call batwaan 4 p.m. A 9REFRGERATON, AR CONOpen 9 to 9 A BUYER Wants all metal toy $225. All utilities lion and prices call Stockton, inc FAR HAVEN 35 Woodland Av*.. off Thompson Ave.. E soldiers, old lovs, dolls. Teddy DS,STATE cm.. U W ) DTONNG Heating contract- Sell. Twn X. full t W. queen Rentals 7H3-QW PANO 4 ORGAN Warehouse Drive, o«t River Rd. Thurs, 4 Keansourg ? J0 RELABLE OTHER - Withes ing business. 9*2 gross (75,000 W0. hina SN K.D. Sharp'l CLOSNG at Freehold location! Frl. t am to 3 pm. Games, lull YARD SALE Sat.,.0 am to 4 Bears and trains 5*-8030 babysittingtarseat., part-lime Plus or minus. Truck. nventory F-urn. S Hoy. 34. W. Keens FREWOOD, STOVE WOOD All floor models lo be soldi sued Violin, household items, pm. 24 Port Au Peck Ave A L L L O N E L 3 Housts for Sale A accounts. Scottsman A Hell Daily 0 8. Sal. 0 i. 4W-007S. Finest quality hardwood. You've References Call n u m. CALL FOR APPONTENT shelves, ever thing priced lo sell Oceanpori. Furniture, clothing Factory Service. oving soon, BEDROO* FURNTURE - tried the rest, now try the best. Freehold TRANS 4*-4730 odds and ends, etc. RESPONSBLE Live-la. n will negotiate. 4*5-07*. Or Fiver Top cash appraisal. Dash, chair double dreiser. Don't get shorted this year. Full PANO Sptrtet, Letter, ful FAR HAVEN - Garage sale. tellleent loving person to care cord guaranteed, or keep the Sal., July la, 9 to 3 P.m. 335 Fair YARD SALE Sat., July,9 to 94*-2893 S2S WO. ^ load free. CWJifrOliofor small cw * b e f r e a n \ f vboard. 30" high, 25" deep, 55" -Haven. RA RVERV4EW HOSPTAL 3 7 Lower ain St., auwan mtfc -A melv bought name, a d a n par weak. Do not Vbedroom home in mint condi- BEDROO SETS 7 five piece, wide, $395. Fur coat. atera Seal oulinex convection oven with apply unless you hava ex- lleo rtus heated 2-story 40x3t Uli A 350 Chen A double FREWOOD - S00i ruck-load, (rare brown), sue 2, exc. cond., FAR HAVEN Yard sale. rotisserie, $90.* Bicycle 4 table for top cash. arv J*nt Rooall seasoned hardwood. seveii Antiques, 09 East River perience & relerencas. This is twlldlng. Vt Work to hospital d r a i i e r. T ) each: Office $250. Call 4'5-344 Hance Rd. lo 40 Parker Ave, Fri., with chairs, 4 mom. * n U Q 0 aer 5. Rd.. Rumson ember a long term arrangement. Reply ideal for professional use. Owner dejh chair. HS Four-cushion A N O Wur tier-studio July 5-9 to 4 p.nr YARD SALE oving July 5 Appraisers Association of Amen H l photograph 4 resume 0 Box will sail subject to approvals. gold velvet couch, S20O. brown FOR S A L E Household P {small upright) Nice tone, S2*5 FAR HAVEN Sat -Son, July 6 J, Harmony Rd. ca. K 45*, Tha Dally Register. Great investment potential Call velvet rockers. s50 ea. Dinette. furniture, etc. Call , * 4 7, 9 3 p.m. Rattan set, delivered. Pine Kneehote desk, iddtetown. ask tor Bob inrewsbury, H.J 0770' tloo. S»e for details. nusual chlars, hall seat, many ANTQUES WANTED $3. odern Couch, S49, ilrolter, VAN HORN AGENCY NAE YOUR PRCE BEDROO SET - i oiece. Kt SALE - t gas drver, i. / S. babv walker, U.50, carshrewsbury AREA - Housem n ; YARD 4 GARAGE SALE Tot v i k,, Queen-ille. like new Ralocaflng. Sears Pot Scrubber dishwasher, riage, 6., more L more. clothes. 30 Spruce Dr., off But day through Sunday. *0 South niernalionai Galleries 747*200 keeping a. care of school eat This area's best adsunnvcrest Dr., Little Silver J20. Call 73-53*.. RusC'ts, 25 E. Front Street, Red tonwood. off Fair Haven Rd.. negotiable. 536-)4ts. children. Hours: p.m.-a p.m., BEFORE YOU HAVE YOUR J. dress. Now comon. threueh Frl. UOO per week. 42 BEDROO SUTE Klng-llie, FOR SALE Truck tires. *" on Bank. 74-6*3 FAR HAVEN English babv ortflaots SALE Call Second Hand Lil. ust have car a. re. ust be e-tnece. all «ood. 44»: dinette, 4 nter national rims, like new, S2S PANOS t ORGANS All OOT buggy, ladies 4 kids clothes, YARD SALE - r Sat.. July *. 57 2* Aer 5. 2*4-8*5. pleted and ready available for summer a. School captains chairs. 2 leavei. u». each. Call 2*4-*254 models must be soldi BG SAV- toys, antique glassware 4 much erkhem P., Little Silver, 9-4 Highest prices paid tor all items, A DRECT LENDER for possession. year. Reply to Box W-4B7. The *7 Lake Ave., Sat., July t*. Sornctnirtfl lor everyone. antiques, etc. For bargains, slop Call 73t-0H<. - FRUTtVOOD DNNG ROO NGS! Lowrev Organ Center, 9more. Dally Regtiter. Shrewsbury to 5. al 24 Broad St., KevPOrt, GRANTE TG. YARD SALE onmouin an. 5424m. BEDROO SET - G l r l l. S SET 4 chairs, beige vefour Customized for H.J. O'Tti. POOL EQUPENT GARAGE SALE 3* Rolling 2 Foster St., River Plata, Sat. Guv Johnson CENTER pieces. \Ji. Needs retimihino. cushions, pads included. (2S0. you. A conust SACRFCE Knolls Drive, lddkttown. Julv July, 4-4. Buy 4 Buys 73* Low Rates TEACHER NEEDS STTER Polaris pod vacuum sweep, $ * Something for eve YARD SALE Sal., 0 am-4 pm Single items to entire households in.. SECOND ORTGAGES n my Freehold Boro home lor dominium office FULL HOUSE SALE B E D R O O SET Double POO cover water bags, 53 each. To 250,000 at 4*0 4 4*5 West Front S. Antique furniture, jewelry, silver chlldeare 4 light housekeeping. dreiler. with 2 mirror*, cneil-onfrigida.re top of the line washer building. Units from Lincrofl i n i have awn transportation la fined rate up to 5 yrs. immediate cash *. clwil. 2 night tablet and neao- Reasonably priced, 5 piece electric 220 dryer, $200 each. YARD SALE Sat., 4th, 4 lake 4 yr old to nursery school FRST ORTGAGES Sun.. 7th Hilltop Nursing YARD SALE 99 High S. r* u-.u yyni rnn< *«hlna re.ryt.nnrt >^l umlh nmhrolla. i 700 square feat. mornings a week. References re"6-w0t To $209,000 Home. Kings Hwv.. lddkttown. Ealonlown Sat. 4 Sun., Julv >»S. U W. temporary parquet dining room aulred. Reply to The Dally nag 30 yr. fixed rate Exclusive agents. BEDDNG Used mattress 4set, butcher bttxfc trundle bed, POOL TABLE $00. f DUck any household items, cras 4 f. Plastic Kvdex sheets E B E R S H P LST Of counliter. Box O-4, Shrewsbury. Far prompt service, oo< soring m or D offer " Call _mette set, antiques 4 ac-8. white console TV, $5. Douotf and baked goods. Benefit Ac- 'i4'xb' 4 3x8' plus something.j. WTtl. or visit us at; - -. tor everyone- -too numerous, lo try clubs. SPOrii CVBJ, irotiel hen* drvinv nee. tamp. H i. Cell tiviuot OapU n\4w cessaries. Call 74-4/9B lor in t West Front St.. Red Bank. clubs. ust have pnone numbers i-oe75. " GGANTC GARAGE SALE mention items. BEDROO SET - Dreael. formation. it Pomttc t> AvaHaWe 7 O a» a Waefc, including office number. Call colfurnace Weil clain, for POOL SKbR For i r organvllte United elhodlst 77 Pttsand pieces. «S0 lect 22) 437*3* COPANON FOR ELDERLY ATTENTON HOEOWNERS! hot water baseboard heat. 50,000 above ground. $0. Norge reins- Church, Hwv Conover Rd. 2e4-lt. BTU's. Gas fired, used one win- eralor, $*5. orning, 2* Sat.. July i*. from 0 to 4. E B E R S H P LST Of counwoan Live-n preferred. Low rate*, first A secondary Llvtttock B E L G U k O E Brooning O 24>4-*aS4., soorts clubs, social Roam and beard plui salary. mortgage financing/corporate Aernoon, **3 S003 HAZLET H a m i l y garage GOATS 2 months old, de automalk S-lhot shotgun. clubs. ust hav* phone number, Eatontoem araa. Dav worker loan specialist. oeuge. vented rib barrel, JO", FURNTURE PLUS oving, P O R T A B L E DOG P E N sate, 9-4 on* June 7, Dartmouth horned, castrated. Call aer including of lice number, Call colwltli own trans, will be conkramer Financial Assoc. p.m., r condition, UOO. arnnfltwi must setl. Bookshelves, tall xi2x», $5. Hammond organ, Dr. off iddle Rd. lect (2. twerad. CWS44torVO-7H4 dresser, a i r conditioner, tele $750. V»ars electric fencing, cov- HAZLET Sat., July *,9a.m.- Richardson H R Deluxe HOUSEKEEPER/COOKFive p.m. oving, t Helen Lane, o Sopper. model t«l, i t " barrel, phones, barbells, snack tables, er* 300., $75. *777». First ortgages d a n. aenerel cleaning, cooking. single shot, 2»geoga. new condi- stereo, TV. bicycle, liquor cabi 0 Apt, for Rent R A L R O A D T E S New, Unton Ave. Everything must go. 0 Apt. for R titt and laundry. am te 7 pm or Conventional 30-Yr. FHA/VA tion, noo. s w modal 4), net. dinette set, mikes 4 stands. credtoted, *x*x«, 5*5 7x7x, Furniture, books, household typewriter table, movie camera, amto4 pm. References and own 3aceliber. body guard oil duty, $7.90. Pressure-treated ties items. ust see. 2ND ortgages broiler, maejaitnes 4 much transportation reoulred. s i» p new condition. S«. Colt 97 fcxfcxl. $.25 7x7x,. H NO HAZLET Jutv Rain Same Dav Decisien*-Low Rates agnum, duty weapon, top con- more. Call 53O-O5t4 sates tax aoo-523^707. PeHverv. dale Julv *. to. This isa super dition, stes. Necessary permits GAF - Super sound"m O V W L V E - N H O U S E RECORD PLAYER Console one, we htit9 everything for the eouired. W - S i l e. iroiector and camera Al K E E P E R / C O O K Checkable Commercial ortgages goiter to the antique collector. n type. $20, Sears Best Humidifier. -We have 20K To illion iamaik.es. a w. w drive. Call antique rocker-s, picb E N F R A N K L U 4 - WOOD- :ellent c-od.ttw,»2. Cal 3 gallons, S7S <T aluminum mil. HUtm ' BURNNG STOVE + ac-h7-e\*». up awning, $25,47' nu-tone stain- tures 4 frames, wino machine. When Your Bank Says " N O ", cetlorles. $50 firm. Call aer S GAS F U R N A C E Rafrla less steal, ductless range hood ladder-back chairs, lamps, cut ATURE GRL OR WOAN Parkway Says " Y E S " p.m. rtj-h. glass, depression, rubv,'crackle erators, net stoves, radiator! 4 $25, decorative table lamp, 3 R i m t U. ta care far elderly lady. Call 4 much more. All reasonably giats shades, $ W ~ a) Bank. Saturday < SunB.F. GOODRCH Tires, four store lumrot SXWe Dealers invited, l l CurParkway ortgage.»'a. a tp, own transportation. T/A radlals. Used six rnonlfn. G.E. HEAVY-DUTY ELECTRC R f c F R O E R A T O R Good priced). ren St., Ha/let, o Palmer Ave., Wod resume with references to 5,000 miles. ><" 'OS. USO. Call DRYER E«c cond.,, 0 cond., $350 Air conditioner. arlboro, N J. Baa lt-47. The Dally Register. W4i etal wardrobe closet. S2S. Call 0O BTU's. $50. A / F - between Rt *. ahramffov. H.J. antt track stereo, speakers still n HAZLET 4 Birth Ave. Fri., BOBCAT OWERS 2, inch "tf-uotu. July S, 04 4 Sat., cut. t with new motor Little fi.e.! COLOR TV Set. Like carton. July *. -4. Wonder edoer, 5 h o. lawn trac- new, used v r, $200. Call P.BNGTON ODEL 00. tor; 6«t equipment trailer, ( ?-5f H aer 5 p.m. e, if. vented rn> Parrel, HUGE YARD 4 GARAGE SALE aer Thru!.. Fri., 4 Sat., July U,5 modified cnock. used season. G.E. R E F R O E R A T O R BOOKCASE HEfDSOAO- Freeiar. iroshree. lacu,lt.. A l. oat have N.J. purchasing oar- 4 t * 9-5:30 P.m. 34 County Rd., COPLETE tag. ivt sauare 00. aple drop leaf l a i n, with mil. Gun cast A iriaoer rack Cilffwowi. roofing mingles, HO. HXaJ pads, seats. A t, noo Call included.. Call m - a t n alter KEYPORT oving to Florida. J a.m. 74H2. Furniture, some antiques, teofs, SOXES - CORRUOATED Par oving 4 S«ora«. and for S Y E O U P N T - For RUSClLS-FOR BETTER VAL 4 more. Continuous sale. Sal. 4 ndustry. A complete line of ekyitlihina. ncline kencri. de- UES - Truck toads ot mis- Sun., Julv * 4 7, & following weekend. l» apte P. *4-700, O C E A N T O W N S H P Spanoua < and 2 bedroom garden apt) Convementr packaging tuppfles ar cline beach, taalafl Preacher cellaous household effects. We l t d near a>>nouaot oll oortrnp. ahoppmg center, and movie theaters Air conditioned, located 47-40H. chair, seatai military Brew ma- furnish room. epls. homes- LNCRO*T ulk-fam.lv. July wwnvwng poola. tennia courta. tree heat a hot water N O P : T 8 cnlne. let m i l «ann macnine. T- Recent arrlva^si baby fumiture, S vviishtre Wav.a BRASS BED Anikwe *nt- bar row AUne tl^ot 4-aO4) carriage, walker, highcnair, iddtelewn-liixro Ad., vj-mlle fie. Headboard, footbeerd t anytime. stroller, crib & votun bed, living, gojt ef Ltwcrofi inn), K! O *» Full site. UO. Call dintm. bed rotffl furniture, air 74779J4. CHNESE ORENTAL RUO con* t toner i, de humidifier, occa- UNCROFT - Hickory Lane. Frl. 4 Sat. Julv S 4 4, a.m.»x. oro. value OO. only a mot SHHW) chairs, laei. box spring, Bikatr cfortune, f u r n i t u r e. CALFORNA C U t t U R O STONE - While. K so. n.. Vn Ola. Atfcins all or. st aer. 2 m a i t r e s s e i, BOOHS, china, gamrs, i toots. Storm door a r a W. US. Double lamps, gold with UK iflaaes. X) giatsware. miktmntabrtc-an i l iravi w *i«v, j>j td ith tlormer. ' ali, UP tar basil. >4#a. b r «of every description. LNCROPT 04 Swtmmlng n ynndow. «ith River Rd. Sat/Sun. 7/4/7, 9 4S-.US. luai>4oor. fr*x: HAVE An.yp.natm* nam ar R u s c i i s B o t h Ste>res 35 a.m.5. oak desk, lawn, t panel Deer i T - i t S. two you'd tiae lo arlir A«a* t Sycamore Ave., Little Silver, 5 mower, Exec, extra leng box spring 4. T r e n t St. Red Bank. Phone maltrats, surlbaara, n u t, rrrttn. JSU? i BEDDNG THE COURTS OF RED BANK... K. iiativr^ UB.rh 'v m ~ w#w Suburban Living with City C Neighbor e»i0day» $600 at onmouth

36 B2 The Daily Register FRDAY. JULY LOFT droom Luxuribui (cation, wal*-w*h cvlina. laundry tachilwi. r-king, isa» UtmttW pf month 74 th LONG BRANCH - rtilorta Victorian dupitx. Carp* ting throuahout. broomt. ving room, dining roam, kitcntfi, pantfv bath W7S par mo. rtui all ultifliai & lacurhy. Call 74-am. ATAWAN - arc Hamploo Aparimtnti, ntar Ptnn. RR 4 N.V. buv JVi roomi, 42S; 4Y» roomi, jili. Haat, hoi walar included Aug., Sapt. occupancy N«ptt Wanaecr. wi alawan Ava. 5* a.m.-j P.m. CO<J an ATAWAN TO ABERDEEN OuPlai, yard lor kids, only W25 droom. only 200 Homa RantaU Bfcr. J 34 DDLETOWN - Ont-adroom apartmant. newly remodeled. TS a month. No pen. 77-Sfi2. DDLETOWN KNOLL WOOD GARDENS Exclusive 2-bedroom apart menu, individual gas heating A central air conditioning Excellent location. Just oil Rt 35 on Kings Highway East (walking distance lo Foodtown Shopping Center). CALL 8)7-002 PERSON WANTED TO RENT Lovely 2 bedroom apt. tn the him o( Highlands with view. Desire tenant who is interested babysitting part-time. lease, Please call _ PRE RED BANK LOCATON Beautiful i room studio apt., n*ttrlw renm-x-rf^,!*. *-> kitchen Avail. Sep., $350 a month + utilities and security NO pets Call U2 900 Ext 20Oi aer 7 pm. RED BANK 3-bedroom ir duplex. S52S plus utilities, secur itv. No pets RED BANK - Navesmk River, or 2 bedrooms Rent with option to buy as condo 74-05* Htu DANK Krver iront. LUK urv bedroom Balcony on the Navesjnh, RED BANK BEDROO Heat paid, low $300 s Home Rentals Bkr ROOY BEDROO APT. Close to all transportation, neai shopping area. 74-5S8 &AYREVLLE - 0 Apt, ff R»nt WEST END BEDROO ncvd v»rd, carptl, only S Homa Wtwtit tr, HT-im B*«ultfutlv 02 Houst for Rtnt BEDROOS n poth D»#p data, iddttuwn, J25O plus wtlltiit. 4-badroomi in Fair Havan. 23 pius utllllwi. Call tor da- l. VAN HORN AGENCY ABERDEEN TO ASBURY Ktansoura dueita 4-bedroom, haat paid. JiSO ailti. 2-btdroom, UOO'S DO'tot hoos*i tocfioost Call ut! Homt Rentals B*r. 3tt-U34 BELFORD A cotlagi tor nnl. Avail Sapt.. WOO a month plus utlhtitv and tacurlty. 77 SOS HAZLET 3-bedroom, bath, irtoiace, good location *S» a "» -5W. HAZLET 3 bedroom), Near shopping, bus, tram. U7Soermo. tilities 3-6Z93 aer 6 p.m. HOUSE FOR RENT N D- DLETOWN 47-47S. KEANSBURG 2 bedroom bungalow. Near bus. beach t shopping. Standard unit, 340. Deluxe unil, VWO Call.7-H7 KEANSBURG COTTAGE 2 bedrooms. kids, (3tS Home Rentals Bfcr. 3W-234 -i daily 2 bed roomi top area, kids OK. heal, hot watar, UK PS TAT E Rental SOUTH Aluv 2-bedroom Duplex, with yard, basemen! SJ20 Plus all utilities A secwrty Eves, 37WB. SPOL YOURSELF Ea&lPotnte penthouse tola) lux urv All amenities and utilities On N.Y. bus route !>i THOUSAND OAKS VLLAGE Exclusive, 2 & 3 bedroom apartments with dnhtvashers & some basements, tndividua ating Excellent location Just oil Rt 3*near Atlantic High lands (Walking distance to A P Shopping Center) Cal 2* S daily. TWNBROOK VLLAGE GARDEN APTS. The Real Estate Exchange FAR HAVEN COPACT a CONVENENT i nnly 5 yii..old. 3 aedrooms..- baths 20' game room, attached garage Sparkling clean on a quiet street, near school $9 500 on this 3 bedroom ranch with sun porch o kitchen, den with fireplace and the most at.- fordable price in town at $92,000 DARRAH associates REALTORS FANTASTC VALUE ost attractive 4 bedrpom. 2 bath Colonial in Old Shrewsbury Fireplace m hvmg room, paneled family room. 2 car garage. Convenient to bus, train and school. Asking $8,000 NEWLY LSTED 3 bedroom older Colonial in good area ol Atlantic Highlands Hardwood floors, new root, new kitchen, new plumbing and wiring Asking S » S.900 Desirable 4 bedroom, 2''; bath Colonial m RVER OAKS. Family room, garden room, fulli basement Great condition, great area. Give us. a call 429 Brood Street Shrewsbury KEY PORT Big 3-bedroom, top area, enclosed porch, kids, pels OK, «2S. D-STATE Rentals LEONARDO Available Sept. i. 3 bedroom bi-level, central air, gas heat, fenced yard. Walking distance lo beach i marina. $700 per'mo. + utilities, l mo. security, refs. & vr. lease required.. ;t alibumunem vol. ttr jtrjp. LEONARDO 2 bedroom Colonial, kids O.K.. dishwasher, fireplace, 600 D-STATE Rentals ARLBORO BEAUTY 2-bedroom, porch, J40Q's Home Rentals Bkr DDLETOWN Lincro area. baths Walk to NY trans., shopping and school. Near Bell Labs & American Ball. St.250 a mo. Plus utilities Call DDLETOWN - 4 bedroom. 2 bath, family room. Available August S 800. ERA Lincro Realtors RED BANK 4 bedroom, 2 baths, close to trains & stores utilities. Call RED BANK 3 bedroom, 2 bath Colonial U per mo. + utilities. Lease & security. NEW ARKETS REALTY Realtors RUSON CHARER 2 bedroom, fireplace, SOOs Home Rentals Bkr trvbst KEANSBURG Srooms- Heat & hot water, S52J per mo No ppts Call ;8;;Wor4S-4b27 03 Rentals to Share DDLtTOWN - House c share, female only, S2S0 a mo. Call 67U93 atter 3j^m_ 3 Houses for Sale Berg ASSUPTON Super assumption* on this mint 3 bedroom,? baih Colonial spitl wi fireplace one year old pool. la backyard and much more Just reduced lo $83^500 Hurry and callnfi a qualified buyer _ A HOE YOU 0 BE PROUD TO OWN Spacious 4 Bedroom, 2'? Bath home on over '. magnificently wooded acre: ottering much to the discerning buyer Amemttes include tempered, stone tireplace, central lire alarm system, CeeOetl River hts Call tpr lurther ails. $79,900. TRCORNE FAR ESTATES N HOLDCL A unique way ol lite for horse loyers Beautiful custom homes designed in a country atmosphere with complete riding and boarding faciiitifis withclubhouse and brand new stalls available Each house can have private paddock, stalls and grazing area All in prestigious Holmdel only one mile from the Garden Stale Parkway, train station and shopping C«H for information RenUli to Share DDLETOWN Female PTOloohinfj lor same, own bedroom, bath, kitchen privleges. poor (325 eer mo. includei ulil.lies. 7H aer 7 pm U»m baton 5 am. ROO FOR RENT n home to hart Kitchen laundry privi- «es. Utllitiei included, $2*S per.nth SNGLE PROFESSONAL WOAN Seeking 2 roomales o share apartment Financially secure, between 2S S. write lo PO Box 2*4. Red Bank, N.J Summtr Rwtolf iottage - Lake OtllpP, New Hampihtrt All convenience!, weekly rates Se*-0*3t.tier * EA BRGHT otel unit!> Call an lelt. *-2. studio apartments, bv the day. week or month. Private beach & DDLETOWN S.DOO SO fl.,j, AC, TV, maid service protettional office space available for immediate occupancy. TRADE WNDS OTEL 842-3/ Ample parking. Sterling Thompson & Associates. Realtors. EVEN PRESDENTS PARK to. Long Branch, oceantront ( wo-ra-qio. bedroom suites plus motel l DOLE TOWN Hwy. 35. First ooms, bv tha day. week or floor office. Prime location. 360 month. Pool, beach, color TV, ec. sq. immediate occupancy maid service, plus resiaurnal on remises. BEACHCOBER 22-U9 06 Furnished Rooms ABERDEEN TO ASBURY Rooms > studios from 40 a week any available, call u»l Home Rental! Bkr. Sf-234 EAST KEANSBURC - Room tor rent. Color T.V.. should be employed. isl a week plus secur ty. Call 490)53. ENGLSHTOWN 2 rooms for rent Retired men preferred. Non-smoker. Call 44»9t<9. ^jrntihed ROOS For T. tviih parking space S9i -mi KEANSBURG Rooms tor rent Call or 78/ 985) ODLETOWN Furmvhed oom a. bath. iddle-aged bus< lessman prtterrad, J , RED BANK Lovely room. Private entrance. Parking. Call S4502JJJ4:?:. SHORE AREA Lovely room lor busy gentleman atler 5 p.m. 3 Houses for Sale PUBLC OPEN HOUSE SAT-SUN. -4 P.. 32 BLANCHE COURT DDLETOWN ini cond. 4 BR, 2 bath 3 zoned HWBB heal, ceniral air. Alum siding - dead-end street. Direclions - Hwy 35 North. Rt on Harmony Rd. Bear right on urphy Rd 2nd Right. Blanche Ct. $09, l GEUV Berg NC REALTORS DDLETOWN CUSTO UCH 3 BR. 2 bath custom Home #ith Syl van inground pool nestled m parkhke setting on one acre in beautiful area ol Uifflptnyn Call t»- tfl^b0 ^ JUST REDUCED This 4 Bedroom Cape Cod with new kitcfien. (m caoinets, solafium floor fully fenced feaf yard, attached car garage Hurry and call today, $69,900 LET US ENTERTAN YOU n this gorgeous 30x20 family room *ilh wet bar Don't miss this 3 BR, '? bath raised ranch in Union Beach $73, A BEAUTFUL VEW OF SANDY HOOK BAY «THE N.Y. SKYLNE 5% DOWN!! tl fill K ivytr i SPEN? SAYS FURNSHED ODEL HORZON AT HGHLANDS bedroom + den-2 bedroom 2 bedroom + den $90,000 to $09,900 OBK'FEPUCC WAL TO WALL * tkdatc OCCUPANCY Superior En«rgy Witch Award Wracllonr i»n»t» S Kr S Rumson Really W.nt«lfN.,llimN ALTO«S-LS Commercial Rentals Rentals LARGE ROO FOR LEASE - wav protetslonal buiing. ED BANK ock trom hospital Ptr month, iea sffke suite, 4*/mo»- EATONTOWN 3 room ollice n office suite. (JH/nw, U2O7. t man professional bttfa Central. to 3 p.m. ideally located s35o mo WANTSO Bulldina to Call purcitese «r space lo rnu. 200 HOLOEL Prime office Holmdel-idaJlalown- U4t eve>. space on Hwy. 35 at Laurel Ave. Just U2 sq. remaining in new building Customne the interwr lo your taste DDLETOWN Hwy 35. COr oorait a. protetslonal offices in finest location on the highway. Share prestigious building with Hudson City Savmas Bank Available at or 2 suites from SQ ti Call before 2 P.m DDLETOWN Hwv. 35 A Apple Farm Rd,00 + sq. Professional space in highly 0turabl* a. centrally located aria Call OFFCE SPACE- 400 so.rt.,all utilities included, separate entrance. Rl. 35 lddletown. Whalen Really Group Building.»25 per mo ; PROFESSONAL OFFCE BLDG. Under construction. Cedar Ave. * River Rd, Fair Haven. Space available lor D, DOS, CPA, Lawyer, Podiatrist. Data Processing, etc. Exc. business area in busy shopping center. Unlimited parking ta t., will sub-divide. Call *9 or WEST END Long Branch. Deluie office (pace. Carpetlnt and aaneled, with parking Call fettween 0-6 p.m., Wfc 09 Build* ngs/garages NEW ASONARY GARAGE»"iX20XJ0, with 440 SQ. l. For storaw only. WO. Call eves or W-84. SPACE AVALABLE -, sauare teet, with two offices and extra room, plus lo space. Call * 0 Wanted to Rent EXECUTVE FALY With teenager would love to rent and maintain your 3 or 4 bedroom home in Fair Haven or Rumson. One year laaw. Call HGHLANDS Or nearbv area. i or J-bedroom apt., 2-family or condo. Responsible working couple. 2BT«20or73^6lL PROFBSSONAL JOURNALST oving to Red Bank are*. July. will need clean - bedroom, rurnished apt. Send brief reply re: rent, lease into address to BO * 482, The Daily Register, Shrewsbury, N.J OUR HOE OF THE WEEK SEASHORECOLONAL All he charm of'yesteryear is reflected in this gracious Rumson home With 5 bedrooms and 3 ; baths it is just what you need lor large family" living. Free flowing st floor plan with open and screened porches leading lo fawflw pool area, the '; acre selling will serve as WVm ^ ^ the perfect background lor your antiques r J a, Listed at $259,900 RiRumson ReaU/ Realtor-LS W. River Road. Rumson BE A WSE BUYER and tviluau all tha aisati thlt quality Navaalnk homa hia to offar. Famlly-oriantad qulat daadand atraat. Living room with (raplaca. Lovaly built-in lull wall unit n dining araa. Panallad family room, 3 nlca alnd badrooma, Vi baths, garaga and baaamant with workahop. Raar yard b«ck» up to woodi. AH Bill la youra for S4.9. RUSON FALY HOE Cantar hall Colonial taaturaa ipacloui four badrooma, lovaly anctoiad ront porch, dan, huga living room, formal dining room, modarn kltchan, full baaamant, naw gaa furnaca. Lovaly neighborhood naar achool and ahopa. $29,900. RUSON WATERFRONT Hara'a watarfront living at ta baat (ovar Vt aera proparty, wondarful vlawa, 77' bulkhaadlng, ttatlonary floating docks). Only blocks trom tha ocaan, this lovaly, spacious homa has 6 badrooma, V/i baths, yaar-round porch with watar vlaws, flnlshad third floor and full baaamant. s.p i r.i. carriage houaa has 3 car garaga with 2 badroom apartmant abova. Baautltul, prlvata yard has many matur* traas and How arlng shrubs. A wondarful placa for tha watarioving famllyl Daatfad riparian grant. Llatad at 50O. ' DOCK YOUR BOAT n tha marina naxt door. This Rumson Victorian homa (built n 8S3) has many possibilities zonad raaldantlal, bualnaaa, or profaaalonal. Comfortable homa with 4 bedrooms, convenient to beaches, bua and ahops. Asking $ OVE RGHT N... became all tha work has bean dona for you. This charming Atlantic Highlands Victorian with wrsp-around porch has bean updated for loday'a living. Gracious living room whh llreplsce, sliding glaaa doors from dining room to naw rear deck. Large eat-n modern kltchan, 3 badrooma, 2 full batha, full attic and baaamant. Two car garaga, fancad back yard, and naw landscaping. You couldn't aak for more for only $79,900. son Really REALTORS' 00 Rldg* Rd., Rumson RUSON- REDUCED Anxious ownar wanta a quick aala. Surrounded by Vi wooded acres, this 4BR, V, bath homa s located n- an area or much more expenelve homes. Unlimited potential to eraata your dream.only $92,000. CHESHRE SQUARE Relax and enjoy n thia bright a sunny first floor unit with 2BR s a 2 full batha. Vary spacious including a coxy panelled dan and a professionally landecapad atrium ml a custom awning. ust be aaan at $00,000. JUST LSTED Wall maintained and assy to keep dun-way la thla 3BR, to bath bi-level in a convenient Rumson location. Featuraa FR w/pstlo doors to patio w/gss grill, prlvata yard, low coat gaa heal. Asking $2,000. HGHLANDS CONDONU Single fellow bought thla. at a beautiful blond. arried her. ust aeh a 2BR, t t bath Twlnllghta condo overlooking tha ocean. Thousands under aimller unite at *,OQO. Could be your lucky day; call now! LOVELY LTTLE SLVER A sprawling ranch ml spacious rooms on an extra large lot ml many flowering traas * shrubs. Offering 4BR's, 2Vi batha, an eat-n kitchen, larg* 20x90 n-ground pool, tn an <ii.ni neighborhood. Aeklno $3».000 A OST FOR YOUR ONEY AGENT" ANXOUS oantia USS AREA-CONSCOUS? twin» a* WWY mmi. * UWt Sltvar. WW AWCTr, Prefect Av*, Little ATLANTC HOHLAND* - Sy er H i* H li «*p >ic» Sail! Level, Family room. LTTLE SLVER m year ukt H L. own a ncl> H ara vw trutiiijm fm Hill uun, rran «r warm outktr tin ana lars*. Houses for Sale * Houwtfor Sala LTTLE SLVER H*'i C«l» rauffch W 4 llirumi, l (the. *u 8W«. l WBi «Kk Bf mttmtitvm tbw. NUtH fcab to awrtctad 4S J89. LTTLE SLVER Llv* Ut w i O w Privacy t* have vo*jf leu H"lVpl8 «< wtraa r usa aa a»aa cam. ar Ctar. " RED BANK At aa maulli iimu *rk* OJOO.r minim.!w» Cenlal WkH bin in»\t erwt X. L*re> n m. lull wk-u* attk, CKl»rlnr cknl ARSTRONG AGENCY, REALTO %U rrcl A. UtU. SW OPN t 0AY» 3 Houtt tor Salt JK»;KWAL "Our tin year" SHREWSBURY $72,000 - Wow, don't miss this 4 bedroom 2 bath home in excellent location ottering updated eat-in kitchen, lull basement, large living room, enclosed porch and more. Starling out? This fraierictcialhda)v PERFECT RANCH Come see this custom buill 3 bedroom 'balh Oakhurst ranch with beautiful hardwood floors, modern eat-in-kitchen, large full basement, attached garage and more Beautiful park-like setting with mature trees and landscaping Asking $92;000\Can tooay. OWNER ANXOUS to sell his 3 Bedroom, '; balh Oceanport ranch ottering hardwood floors, eat-in kitchen, attached garage, full basement, gas heat and more. Quiet street in family oriented neighborhood Asking $86,000 Call today. SHADOW LAKE $60,000 bedroom lirst floor unit with wall to wall carpeting and more. Great location. 24 hour security Golf, Tennis. Pool and more. Call Tom Robinson, our resident salesman lor details Eves at BROAD ST.. SHREWSBURY STANFORD WHTE. CRCA 899 On an acre near he river, this magnificent shore Colonial is meticulously maintained, beautifully decorated and has all the handsome appoinlmenls that are he signature of this famous architect. Grand rooms, intriguing twin living and dining rooms: ceniral air conditioning, tennis court, specimen trees and all of yesterday's grace and charm, inclusively ours! $450,000. THE SEASHORE C E YOURS EWRYOAY Conveniently located in a quiet area between the ocean and he Shrewsbury river, this 2 bedroom. 2''? bath condominium in onmoulh Beach has many closets and attic storage Pool, tennis court and dock, too! $78,900 mofessiofwi rassniutieei Great location near Riverview Hospital and beauiitul downtown Red Bank! 4 bedrooms. 2'i baths plus excellent storage on he third Hoor t 0,000 THEULTUTE This custom Tudor in iddlelown's tamous "Fox Hill" has everything! 3,000 square leel ol fabulous living space and every conceivable extra! Professionally landscaped and lercom. imaginative interior and exterior lighting, ceramic floors in foyer and kitchen, central air. 4 bedrooms. 3 balhs! and mow!. $74,900. ^ali oi write lor cornplirnentaiy tjrocnure' FOUR RALTORi 2 Kings Highway. lddletown. NJ (20) 67-S200 9 East River Road. Rumion. NJ ) Estl ain Street. Holmdel. NJ (20) DECORATOR'S delight in prime residential area. Dramatic entry foyer, 4 bedrooms, 2'k baths, central air, plush wall to wall carpeting, modern appointments with eat-in kitchen. Plus a bonus: beautiful 40' inground Sylvan pool. Call today $0, LNCROFT cul-de-sac location. Beautiful 4 bedroom, 2''2 bath home'in sparkling condition. Sliding glass doors from family room to expansive 26' deck. Low maintenance aluminum siding. $22, STTNG majestically on a wooded knoll in Colts Neck. Oversized 4 bedroom. 2"J bath Colonial with all the trimmings including handsome family room with lireplace, central air and total privacy surrounding 40x20 inground pool. $89, LOCUST CONTEPORARY on heavily wooded acre+ property bordering 450 acres of nature walks and riding trails. 5 bedrooms, 3 lull baths. 23 kitchen leads to 20' greenhouse, huge basement. Spacious floor plan with 2 fireplaces. Call today. $54,900 J^ ROOY ranch with many fine appointments. 3 bedrooms, 2'/: baths. Large treed property. Formal 24' living room with fireplace, magnificent kitchen with oak cabinets and bullt-ins galore. Economical gas heat and central air. $03, OCEAN breezes in Sea Bright! Beautilul 2 bedroom condo, just a few steps from the beach. odern eat-in kitchen with new appliances and oak cabinets. A superb value! $84, *» S«Horn 0«n B «Sun 600 HWY #35 SHREWSBURY, N.J i 3 HouttorU 3 SAHOAH FOR HANDVPfmON ar 0WH - lacawe nmn V* O) Ht fmtwy. Km Tw».. ernmi. " W t K WH - <r tiihin. Huncln c< a pojss. c«i m-am L ewes*. Prlva in*. N*> SLCORO - ««c» tmcadnrtcallti 4 SKANO NEW Wl K Kra n l*aww nlcwl ( 4 HSTumi HANDYAN SPECAL pfald but m * _. rk. 4 aadraanu. urta ilvlm room Htm kltchan. cslv ««>. ts' traaa wt Jtttown. Call 7 alh. E alm* W- 3 Housti tor $j\±_ HAZLET L*ntV >llr>ll» ranch. n mint cand., with m*nv xlrw ) H! w- Wll, Ho art. H444. HALET N _ rancn. ww-to-h cenkie. car eareaa, Nmitv raa, 4 much mart, m.m w>x man. ww a.aii twi mans U ELL TN SK. roomv. kvuv H 4- liidiaaiii k m l ratkickv»»,eae. n h lamillw can ilvt htf» n camtart avan an..lr. Wt t H. tt Atlantic Hiahianat araa. Atklne Sllf JOS. rwi atnw tata wanta to wniaaal. VAN HORN AOENCV w 3 Houiai for Sale STOTHKCXO. This ever-popular atyia nou > conwtnteni to *_.,. and leaiurei 3 BRs, 2i bairn, gas heat and C/A Large concrete and redwood pano Overtook! friifl-tre#d backyard Call HSTORC ODLETOWN VLU6E Charming older home which was one* church rectory Feature) 2 Bfls. original 'keeping room" and additional large and bnght LR Convenient to everything $67,500 Call EXCLUSVELY OURS!!!! Older Rumson home iff Sufllrt) ConqrlKT UH wm wmv -Jo*aeai beautiful eaim kitchen, fenced yard with tr" pond 3BHs. bath S2fj.000 Call H ASSUABLE 0RT6A6E _/ailable to qua! buyer on rhis really charnum k starter home Large aster BR. eat-in kitchen, pariiali/-finished attic! in Atlantic Highlands $69,900 Call applebrook agency HOLDEL! Otwcrnl Df. t-itn DDLETOWN Ha H.» U niuai ' RUSON AVC Ol T». Rlvari t-h Vnrf fur ir,»'p(i'rn(«r» full tvini "< *tuntr\ Liting" Uri-hurr COUNTRY REALTY GREAT STARTER HOE Lovely 3 bedroom Colonial situated in a pretty Fair Haven neighborhood. Charming starter home that includes a good sized front porch and a private backyard. $8,900. NEW LSTNG RUSON Spacious Colonial w/mature plantings creating a private yard. Screened-in porch w/patio overlooking above ground pool. 4 BRs. FP.in. living rrn. and remodeled kitchen. $25,000 HANDYAN'S SPECAL Where can you find almost 2 acres located in. estate.. axfifl ol_ RUSON for'only $82,500? We offer this 4 BR, 2V2 bath solid, wellbuilt home that's priced $60,000 under market value. 2 East River Road Rum.son.N.J.07760,(2() THE 'HOUSE-SOLD' 8GN WAKllALSTAT A OVNG Bucramiiici COFORT FOR SALE This home in one ol he finest sections of lddletown is a natural for friends and family. t has 3 bedrooms, 2": baths, large family room, eat-in kitchen, separate living room & dining room. This home has it all! Plus convenient location, large yard & family-oriented neighborhood. Ottered at $7,000. SPLASH! Charming 5 bedroom, 9 bath Expanded Ranch in home ilf with lddietawnneiflhbwhood. beautiful in-ground pool A n great a park-like family setting. A charming country kitchen with raised hearth fireplace. Super location. Waiting tor tha right family. Offered at $48,500. CHLDREN will love having their own parkl Private low traffic culde-sac location. Walk to park. Family sized Colonial home. Great tor living and entertaining Beautiful 20 x 4 garden room overlooks lush rear yard with endless greenery. $36,000. DSTNCTVE LVNG Pondvtew al lddletown. a community of elegant single family homes in a wide selection of interiors and exteriors with architectural design variations including ranches, Colonials, Tudors and Contemporaries. All of these spacious three to five bedroom homes have a common element... a list ol standard features that make then a tremendous value n today's market. WARNCKE ASSOCATES 74/-7GCG ststsbsaassar*

37 *Sa HOLOCL EDWARD W COLLNS CNCV HU lty O f»wd*lllty LTTLl SLVEH _ rxoei. -»>i«nii». a. raack. e ra rat) ama< mini* caatr al lanauc f a u m city r,, FHK..! jo. o»r. art-taw. nuttl SLVEKY OWNE - ANSUO SHCi. a» l i»t»'l Will «H» 0N«OO4OOLTOWN - iiui Tuaar claw. 3 acks r, l«l *<m. bllnt. tin. li>nii mi im. rw. cwlla. Houses for Salt!*!-»?«** for $!» LONG BRANCH llvlna roam, full. <ul K FancKn ron!.am. P cacl nkn, aivi, j_houm for Salt 3 * * T A w A N»0O UUCTKWte ' l5 r??ar=s2 r» 4 S.»U,«Far oturt ar Wto im ««a». aw WDOLETOWN - Saaafaa. ClU HH ctta*. r 'nth «i atra. a t flt t mm W W ta mil (Hnt rum. «a»a»m. wiiiiklmk b~l * U Em ><!.> NVC trkntaorutloa 7JL C«ll am> W o> 747-OH 3 Houstsfor Sale HHw far sate D O L T O W N HtW LSTN* inimi- art aal aato a>.a. l«awukfn ALTY KHH NANCY K00 REALTOU HW-V SULDEK RED SANK/FAR HAVEN **» *. b la aa» ark* manv «K«r features. Call aw»m» sum ll HowttorSalt 3 rsai* NWB. HtPHOQ RANCH OCEAWCWVE-Saiarciltoaii 4 Ovininma l*u Far at,n» lt» EO ANK «a.m Tn in f i W*% martaaaa at at iimin H Caaal HEW ARKETS REALTY RED SANK.O HH. Wai ClU«lil naar Fair Haal Eirlml aartk NEW ARKETS REALTY ll a 3 Housw for Salt 3 Hewttar Sate RVER OAKS UAUTY i Haa at im.iaa VAN NOUN AGENCY Hum Diilai nan. m.lwtafl. mimyi fac aizzarko ACiHCV, m-mi ta TWO-FALY Ul.a a. Utaua. trw garth.!! tonica ncanw-llv«n aw. racalv* H. lancaa >ard. All thk ncama tram tut attiar. U Gas naal Wan Kaaasam. OU araa ui.ooa -um. >am r ta»a. i«c tniw. 3 Houses for Sal* 3 Houstsfor Salt ill SADY HOOKTWW LOHT mas ti.ha a OnaiiiHa A. EinunH. famtro FRDAY, JULY The Chatty Register B3 SHREWSBURY - aac far C 32 Cd/ Tawahoutas SPRNG LAKE HEGHTS - OOTX lliai raack Ai Callan. 3 Houses for Salt UNON acac A (EAUTFUL VEW OF SANDY HOOK AND THE NY SKYLNE - E«tTY Kaar BU awaiai*. WNNER a* NJawal Aaara Far Ewro Emcan Cultwnlla i canaa «mi cnaks af celars mants Summai 3 C»nd»mln yms/ Town Hoajsas A UTTER LFESTYLE! SHADOW LAKE.VLLAOt CENTURY t COENS. H ltlti??ill Jaaa Slraaaa l»m aras A BADGE OF DSTNCTON Shatfaa Laka vuiaaa Ramali - Rtaa. L E U t WALKER. Ra, t-fil> Evat. Tam Raniaii w-aw ASPEN. COLORADO Hr SS ar tradt for - - arapsrtv Call Novf «i wwisr annum. CONO&RED >ANK ANOR > ba axe can*., maln- nclydss haal 4 wawr. Call T«i ion HGHLANDS - Flrsl Una altar - >ns int eandrnan l tsavaam. m condo-. Uraa llvma room, rinmna arctads. Dack. Fir*- lacs. Carsatlnaj a Haaaawcas. U la w.a t% DOWN la aualh bm NO PONTS NO CLOSNG COSTS Haw nrauah July SVi. HORZON AT HGHLANDS Hi H illar. Htanltnas N J rsar atck. partact stariar wn H UW nin 3 Housas for Salt : 3 Housas for Salt HAZLET $76,900 Six room ranc* on 75 x 00 lot with three rooms in basement including second kitchen' There is also & a ENErJE a TTO CarPe " ng & ap " ances R E A L T 0 R DDLETOWN $86,500 VA/FHA WELCOE! Split on g lot featuring marble frpi central air. 9 rooms. 85 x 85 lot & fenced yard with in ground pool REALTOR BENEDETTO DDLETOWN $94,900 ove >n cond't.on oi c evei boasting nine roo m s 'irechace & oar m family roo-< & screened deci overiooi<ing lovely yard WaiK to Buses & S"OPD ng REALTOR BENEDETTO. DDLETOWN "3 a"c e kv "g a! :s oest' Spacious s«ven foor^ r n vente n! a f ea o^enng firepiace. carpelilrai aif A>so ava-'aote lennis courts ana REALTOR BENEDETTO EDETTO EDETTO n g Cc- V dd #RSWV&» ^C "BEST AREA!!!!!!!!! FABULOUS PRCES" HOLDEL $68,500 3 Bedroom Rancfief w'lull basemen. Living Room * fireplace, eavm country kiichen. and very large lol $82,900 ovem cordiion ceni air 3 Bedioqms. full basement.!oveiyeai-'r kitchen, an appliances ' - ' much more $92,500 75»5O 'll. 4 Bedrooms formal dmmg room family room. 2 jiury bi'hs gas heal. 2 cat garage excellent condition $99,900 reduced to setl Charming, sprawling 3 Bedroom Rancher on?6?>244 lol, * leak floors m formal dmmg room, new eat-m kitchen, new carpeting * full basement and 2 car garage Parade of Homes Homes Like YouVe Never Seen Before. Prices Like You'll Never See Again. Sea Bright SUNSETS. C7 AAA. SALS... SANDY BEACH Psr'CCt tvater'font ; 'v>ng on t^e Sh'ewsDur> River 00 F: on t^e River ana 00 Ft Deepwaier DOCK Three Bedrooms and 2 oaths in NT CONDTON $ BAHRS REALTORS Bay *. Highland! AL.&pec.mony_ showcase of onmouth County's AROCEN HELLO. YOUNG LOVERS!. e-ts trw [»«i "o.i»e thai you -«been looking tot Cape Cod a")e»sw bed'i'^ 2 add'l-onai twdrooms cozy hjtcfwn wtin n>c«oor ptart Ge-*(OuS S /«J L'*">g 'oom Sitimg room o ailer could w *m Difjc" An gaiage 'J uunwni dead end stieei v * & f A Ouaiiti Puicnasers *e»come' (Awo A* mosi presiigious and spectacular home buyer values! -rur.ee * rvnn HAYS! X.... -, - ; j - -. ' J, " - - -, HC 3wl v&m PE j Ja-fQ* U i J - t \-fr V FOUR For more details concerning these beautiful homes, contact the appropriate real estate broker.,-,.i... R i.i,: -,t' 5?r. Street oim ** a*4 AREALTOR* ) n N ' J ( Best Buy at Channel Club Towers! onmouth Beach $95,000 NAVESiNX WATERFRONT! Unique home on 3 very private acres on the lower Navesmk River m Rumson. This rustic and/tharming hom«has 4. beautiful end BETWEEN THE TREES Beautiful grounds, lovely plantings, large lot and a most elegant home. Spacious sunny rooms, 4 oversized bedrooms, family room, lower level rec room, fireplace, central dif, hjlly apphanced eat-'n kitchen. Luxury that will last Call lor appointment to see. $20, HolitHtal Rd Holmdel nc. Realtors 280 Norwood Ava. Deal Fih Floor anna View bedroom - Den ; baths. Doorman, valet parking, pool tennis. Health Clubs ^We cover the waxtmont JOAN PARENT, REALTORS 29 BEACH HO ONOUTH BEACH. NJ ARLBORO*DREA HOE agnificent home m Triangle OaKs 5 BRS. 2'.- Baths expanoeo Georytuwn with Tudor exterior c uii brick fireplace deck overlooking wooded lot. cathedral ceiling, lull finished basement with Bar. 2 car garage Offered at %} ALPERN REALTY ASSOCATES Highway 9 Box 30 analapan, lalapan, N.J Don't iss The PARADE OF HOES appearing this Sunday July 7th. TOWER HLL The most desirable, least available FLORENT modal. Traditional adult living with one ol the lowest maintenance lees seen locally. Pool, tennis, sophisticated camraderie and an unbeatable location. Priced to sell quickly. $t REDDEN AQENCY-REALTORS 78BVEBRD PAR HAVEN EXECUTVES CHOCE Outstanding exquisitely constructed Wiiliamsburg Colonial. Six bedrooms, three areas tor family living. mposing master suite. Six Zone heat and central air. Security and sprinkler systems. Atlords the ultimate in gracious living in exclusive RUSON $425,000 REDDEN AGENCY HtALfOHS 78 RVER RD PAR HAVEN COLONAL FAR HAVEN Quiet tresimed street and a most private yard backing on a bird sanctuary Three large bedrooms, f; baths, kithcen with separate breaklast room PLUS a lamily room. Full basement Tastefully decorated $26,000 REDDEN ; AQENCY-REALTORS 78 RVER RD FAR HAVEN

38 B4 The Dlrily Register FRDAY, JULY in Townhousos 37 Lots*Acrea Shadow Lakt Village ADULT. NOT RETREENT a, ( CROWELL AGENCY R %ttm Jean KC inn 74-eSat SHADOW LAKC VLLAGE Enlarged Flera ream, bar room. UU oetle. Hrw, -beortrems. U l im> farmki tlun canet*. All earn lancee ncluding built-in mlcre- *tve oven. Central air. Atklng HJ. U. SHADOW LAKE - -aagrogm. m-dalh ton* ltl floor Adult community. l, tennis, pool, clubhouse. 4-rir HcurHv. war ate. NUSON REALTY, U. SHADOW LAKE VLLAGE End unit, mint cond. bodroomi. battil, n kitchen, enclosed Dallo, fireplace, central air, ga- 33 ncomt Property ATLANTC HGHLANDS Four beorooom acts., recently roodernlied, tenenti pay utllltiesl Asking UO' NEW ARKETS REALTY Raaltar 74H2 KEAN5BURG J-.rr.llv. nc. cond.. ""% financing. K% return on nvestment,,000 down Asking HU. Call 7-?. THS ONTH START y nth. n raal estate n county. Coma iaa inn good 0- acra horia farm. 0 italli. largo modarn homo, handy location. Call Harold Llndamann, Broker, Eatmitewn. 54-ll. 35 Commarclal Property SALE OR CEASE - Rod Bank. OHlca and ttora saw or liasa. Po l Rod Bank, aga building tor orfact for rvlca tvo* oroanltalion. Approxlmattiv Central air, nvwlv dtkorattd. wall-to-wall, etc office* Plus l«ro«lower level Silt Price SUS.000. Tifmj avail' abla. Ltasa pries SU» oar mo. Call 7<7-SS. SEA BRGHT Restaurant with aptt. and cottage. Unique posltjllllles 33,000. SPNDRFT REALTY W-S00 37 Lots and Acreage HGHLANDS Super hideaway nestled into the hill with spectacular VJW of NYC skyline Ready to go GG REALTORS HOlDEL PRESTGE SUB DVSON acre + lot*, «oma with vlaw of Naw York Clt Comolita.lv improved. From tosooo. fhafrn Realty Ui-itf ODLETOWN All utilities. tl2,to0. X -40S4 / POCONOS, PA. Camp sites ( Owl (nimunliy with leke. pool, ten mi courts, winter sporti. secur lv 0% 'nanclng available Toll-tree, KO-mtim ' 52 Boats A Accessories POCONOS B Baaa Lake. contiguous. aach far 7m. * acra ia. Walk to peal t unit courts»n m 3 obile Homes HGHLANDS Adult Park, no pats, *70 Princess. X, nedrooms. V baths, at" awn- na. shed, furnished. lit.jog. BAHRS Real Estate 77 leoo OBLE HOE ickjr ombadroom. now kitchen, dock a patla. Semlturnlshod. ttso. Call l 7 Asking NCE LATE ODEL - bedroom unit with air condition. ng, extras. Adult park. Negotiable. Call 7J» lloi aor t p.m. a, H Sunday 40 Raal Estate Wanted SALL HOUSE. GOOD NEGH- BORHOOO All cash. Please caii num. 52 Boat! Accessories LJ tl FT. AF PUFFER Sails, equipment A-l cond., with trallar. laid Call fl-noi aer Jem. 4 FT - wooden row boat. US. and 0 h.p. Johnson motor, rum great, BS. Call wi H40 U' BOAT - motor , -With 40h p. Johnson trailer. *00. Call 7 FT. PRO RACNG HYDROPLANE - Qalg HH on exc. tond. trailer, no motor. S0 as s. Hi TWO 7 FT. THUNDERBRD FOR. UL A! US HP ercrulser with treller OYt ski family boat. Fast, mint condition. 743s days or 747.7U7 eves 7 FT. VENTURE SALBOAT By ecgreoor Sleeps 4, i h.p. Evlnrude. Reedy to do on trailer. Sail cover, portable head. exc. cond. U400 or UW0 without an. gins -7W4. 7 FT. O'DAY DS "'4 Fully rece-agulppad, Procter spars, spinnaker A racing fittings, trailer, dry-sailed only, outstand- ng cond. SHOO» S7-UH. ) FT. FBERGLASS STARCRAFT BOAT Cuddy cabin. ts h.p. ercury electric start and lilt trailer, radio a. CB radio. H00. Call Hm 52 Boats Accessories BOAT FORSALEJ-Anadthls sin (or 0 days casts lust la. Call The Raajgr Clasalf led. VO Tat. (or lastroauttt COERCAL FSHNG SKFF - an. Sin nets 4 man. S. mad hard-clam rigs, til RUPH (TRDENT) cc m Goad canawen. mm a. Call ni-me wsskendi or»n»r i aj.ni. YAAHA H - 0* X 0 FT. SALNG DNGHY - AH YAAHA ts TRJ»OTO» JOHNSON H.P O/B OTOR UK or best offer RENELL CABN CRUSER - Ft., with. beam, carrier passengers or 00 lbs Stra 4-cyl. Genaral otors nboard with OC outdrive SHOO. Call ike. trutt SUNFSH U5 74-Ot WANTED 75 h.p. to h.p. boat motor. Call WELLCRAFT NOVA FT. - Offshore. l»74, N h.p. ercrulser /O with trailer add exlres. Exc rand. W.JO0 Call ; days, 747-U WNDSURFER Exc cond. 54 Recreational Vehicles W4 TRAVEL TRALER - n., elr cond., fully seh-comelned. loaded! Never used. Orle coat. H U. Sacrifice. S00. Will deliver, uminoe. ' NOAD TRAVEL TRALER Contalnad, fully eoulpaod. AC U.0, Call TP-TtW. CHEVY *70 -ton custom campar pick-up truck. Swinger mini campar body, sleeps 4, also spare cap. all good cond., SO WB4 attar s p.m. OTOR HOE *7 DODGE CHAPON 4., sleeps. good cond. <7000. Call l 3*4 or 7S. RENTAL-B WNNEBAGO - Bunk House, sleeps, reasonable rates. W-4e44, TRAVEL TRALER FT. 977 Taurus, full bath, salt-conlalned, sleeps. exc cond Call 4- TRALER * ' Corsair travel trailer, fully contalnad. Exc cond. silts Call aer 4 p.m. t FT. F/G V HULL SLCK CRAFT Treller. 75 ho Johnson, motor needs work. Asking two Call anytime 4tH47. 2' FREEDO With sails and tt h.p. O/B, 2' shoal dra. 2' WOOD NBOARD Great for fishing, best offer Call attar 5 o.m., 4ts-oeTt. 2 FT CRUSERS. NC. -Wood Lapstrako. 40 arc. /O. ust sail. SSSO or best offer. 43-4H4. 24 FT BUCCANEER Sloop, fiberglass. Sleeps six, stand-up galley, 4 h.p., excellent condition u.soo. 7 tst. ALUNU SE V 4 Ft. US. Super Snerk sailboat, hardiv used. $200 4ts-iH 52 Boats A Accessories S SALNG FOR YOU? WLL YOU ENJOY QUET RELAXATON ON THE WATER? COE TO SEE TRALERABLE BOATS EASY TO RG QUCKLY, NO WORK TO 6AL. DESGNED FOR OUR OCAL SHALLOW WATERS AFFORDABLE AND LUX- URY BOATS FOR FALES AND LOVERS NSTRUC- T.ON AND ORE NCLUDED SEA PEARL SCAFFE YOUNG ARN COPANY 60 SOUTH CONCOURSE a NEPTUNE, N J. S-8060 ost boats ere loi little people, ours ere for lajy edults, ee well as for active mot AKE T YOURSELF 968 "t-fl. Light smart and packable Ooci this no* Fashion iryetest arls at tht top *ith a lac) pineapple yoke Crochet iach ol synthetic *D'-.lea m one piece trom neck JPTVO short long sletws Pat jrn 968 S./ts 0.6 included $2.50 tor each patlem Add SO* each pattern tor postage and handling Stndto: Laura Wheeler Needlecratt Oept. 6 The Daily Register Bo> C. Hd ChetiH Sll H,. lots. T 03 fnnl Nine. Uddim, Zip, Pattem Kumb.r NilV 983 NUDUCRAf! CAA OC Alihins ikktls quills dolls novelties - SO designs 3 lfe«patterns Send S 50 All CRAFT BOOHS S2 00 each All Books il UtHot-a«d 50c SKti n posu d hmi«m Printed Pattern me' valentine in.'., a ptfijtore *i h rjdtionai heart pocket and purchased o> seit ryl thng plus a sunbonnel j!j bolero Simplest o' sewing P'mteO Pat e"> 93J6 Chtd s Sues We pattern tot d Stfld. f«uch pattern. U d SOC lor tath pattern to p«ti(c wd handiln. Swid to: ARAN ARTN Pattern Oept. 420 The Dally Register 232RajlllHiSt.llnreili.lir isoii. rum iiie. xmiss. l\t. SU and Smf DUalBH. me clolhps lor less money' t'.. not a dream <l s realilt when vorr»>' Send lot Nl (V SPUNG SUER PATURN CAtALUC Free pattern coupon \\2 50 aluel Calalot S 50 «U CfT BOOKS»2 00 each looyilt toot CaHectm lojuseum Qurlli K U Cractict 5«ip»teCrochel Books and Calalof-add 50 each lot postage and handlmi 20 Wanted Automotlv*..ATE ODEL CHEVY VAN Wanted. *-tvi and auto, trans, nort bed with low miles. Call toi-laoo enytlme. WE BUY USED CARS - Top oiler paid. Schwartl hrvslerplymouth. lat W. Front t., Rod Bank SO Auto nsuranct BUDGET BUDGET BUDGET ttuto nsurance. Lowest Rates, -owsst Down,. Call 4 noun. 7 avs. tor free Quote. f requested, we deliver to your home. m nodlata coverage. Call 774-7a73. r. Auto nsurance *% down, 7 low monthlv aavments mmediate covtri ihrewstiurv Check Our Ratal PHOENX BROKERAGE Famous for low-coil auto cycle niurance. Big tavinfll for truckiri, contractors storekeeper!. Compare. Rt. 3o, Key port. 2-7 Broad St., Shrewsbury Toll frta;»t»w-30«l,! p.m 260 Auto Rent/Leaw RENT A VAN - Low. low rales Call arly. TO'S FORD, Hwy TURNPKE RENT-A-CAR 95 per dav. 7 ctnti par milt»v 2i n KaypQ i-tt. 270 Auto Services/Parts 970 GTO For parts or for whole. Also. S70 Lemons, com plete front end. transmission top half of engine O4Q, Chris O otorcycl 300 Autos for Sal* TRUPH *77 siaw. Call U afler (.,.. NOVA W» 77Xm ml. Krl.. g»a>.. W/PsV OK. ceo*. CHVY PALA W7 4 < VB. YAAHA OT lth YAAHA tflt SU od. tn-tn?. CHVY PALA im - Ha*- ar *ag««i. auts.. A/P, air, steel-belted redlels. A- U«g Hrm. 74HW, 2W Trucks A Trallart PLYOUTH P4CK-U» n CHEVY CHEVTT ttn - 4- sed. turn ml.. e«c cond, fa. 4W.U or 77-im. CHEVY PCKUP «n - U0 4- speed, needs body work..w or trade tor Chew Van at eouel yelue. WOS. CHVY ONZA im t-tl 0 or best otter Call 77-W7 CHVY Cat4' but truck, r tailgate, s cvl, 4 spogd. running cond., tisoo firm. caii vo-wtp. HEVP.OLET CAVALER 4-cyl, 4-door, front wheel drive, auto., two-tone paint.400 miles. %t. a7-4hl. CHEVY ONZA t*t] 4-cvl.. J- sod,, runs looks great, asking i4 Call S7-t4oo attar t. CHEVY VAN t77 nc. cond, cvl.. l-spd, part customliad. ow nsim, BU call ne-45. CHVY ESTATE WAGON»75. Good condition tan or bast CHEVY 02 S0 LONG BD -,000 miles. A/F ceisette,. y good condition, lesoo call TW-T. DATSUN tto - King Cab Pick up, l-isaed, cap, e.lrei, U Tt. DODGE VAN B00»73 Stan- <K t, J$jm arldnal ml E.i, cond. First HO lakes t U. DODGE PCK-UP N0 s-cyl, hroma wagon wheels, tleroo. twadllner, one. cond., SOOO. >7-70i4. DODGE CLUB CAB H7» - PS/PB, auto, V, burns reo. gas,,000 ml, fiberglass cap, tool >. carpeted rear, A/F stereo caisette, 40 watt power booster. CB, push bar, custom wheels, much more, must il, moving. U.SOO, must saa. nc. :ond S4HQQ. CHVY PALA!»» Runs great, dependable, v-t. auto, skin* U40 Only needs lira 4 muhlor. Cell 7-4O FORD VAN 974 * cvl, good cond, lisoo Cell aer 4» m, 57S OC H SALVAGE/RESCUE RE TRUCK " (Presant mileage *). For nspection further nformation call the Ocoanport Bora Administrator at NTERNATONAL SCOUT 974x4, air, PS, auto, custom interior, low mileage. U.5O0 4S5-977, NTERNATONAL 974 t-ton pickup. U00. Phone 4J-O99 JEEP CHEROKEE 90 e- cyl, auto, PS, A/F, tilt wtieoi. 4X4. much more. Exc. cond. SaO Call 47-uo A CHARGER wtviel drive, special equipment TOYOTA tea] SRS 4 WD off road vehicle. ust see Tod 77-oS7e VW BUS ,000 actual miles. Looks great and runs great..«0. Phono Autos lor Salt ALFA ROEO 979 OTV. Leather nt. tinted glass, AC, sunroof. S-spd 5,600»44-aO4t aari AC Gremlin 973. Good mo tor, fair brakes, no broken glass. H. Call AC JAVELN ipaad. 6 cvl, good cond. Asking SO0 Call aer apm or days at AC Hornet Sportebout 974. AC, needs work. Bast offer. Cell r Winner. 74 P. AC PACER cyl, A/F, PS/PB, outo. Call aer S p.m ANTQUE Ford 95 2-door Custom car buffs, don't miss thill Customizing started, many extras, selling es s Need th space. 75 firm. Call B4503* A STAR S BORN... Attract more readership bv plac ng a STAR at the top end/or bottom of your ad. For detain call the Dally Register Clesslfled Deportment AUD FOX 973 «4-door. speed, uses regular gas. t's 300 Autos for Salt CHEVY-onte Carlo 979 Ask no W.00. AC, A/P stereo, vinyl roof Days, 747 looo, eves ask for Pane. CHEVROLET BELLARE 94 -Auto, scvl, door, runs good Asking»O». Call nveojo CHVY NOVA COUPE 9 Reliable raneoortellon. A/P stereo cassette, outre tires O;. CHEVETTE SCOOTER doer, hw mileage, il.o TtT-g CHEVROLET GT HATCHBACK 97 4-cvl, S mpg, 79,000 m l, good cond. nside 4 out. SJ SS-S, CHEVY NOVA door, a- cvl., AC, PS, good tires, new exhaust, rebuilt engine, runs good. First «500 takes t. TOt-tlli. CHEVY ONT CARLO 974 Auto, PS/PB/PW, air, tilt wheel, A/F cassette, now paint rally wheels. Asking ll.sso or bast offar. 944-H57 CHEVY ALBU CLASSC 977 0,000 ml, 0-cyl, minor damage le front fonder. PS/PB/PW /404. CHEVY 979 PALA 6-passangor wagon, wltfi air, A/F, 57,000 ml. t49s. Call 4745 be tween > CHEVY ONZA 900 Hatchback, 3 mpg, 4 on floor, bucket Boats, new tires, eic. stereo, ml, 4400, Call 6*047 CHEVY ALBU CLASSC 974 Station wagon, PS. AC. stereo. good cond.,»w0. Call CHEVY PALA 97 Auto trans., V. PS/PB. AC. A/F cassette player, recent tune-up, now battery, many new ports. exc. running cond, U». Call 99-5 HEVYCORVAR cvl. 4-dr, new tires, stereo, runs good, dapendae transportation. ust tall Call CHEVY CTATON dr hatchback. 4-cvl, auto, PS/PB. AC. electric defrost, O mileage, osklng 3S CHRYSLER Newport, 97 AC. A/F. new tires, need! work. $200 or best offer. Please cell aer 7 p.m CHRYLSER CORDOBA U74 Original owner, ps/pb, A/C. pw Asking 500 Call 9-05 or CRCLE CHEVROLET Shrewsbury Ave. Shrewsbury 7430 CLASSC Drive n class dr. Dodge, two. Call 54-3B4S COUGAR 974 Fully bast price. Call evenings, H3J CUTLASS SUPREE 97 - Just tuned, new vlnvl roof, exc running cond utt sell. 500 Cell 49HB0.. CUTLASS 947 Good condition Coll «7t 75 before a.m. Or aer 7 p.m. DATSUN 200Z 974 Stick-Shi A/F, <34S0. 07-H4 DATSUN 0977 Good Condi Hon. 500 or best offar DATSUN m> B0. ugly. * engine miles New clutch l Drtk" Runs great. 5O0 PORD T-BRD 979 She* ream conjun. t owner. night ug loaded, law ml, Baal odor. Call aer 4 mi PORD LTD 970 nterler, new tires, brakes ml.. John between am PODD GALAXY DOO Rl wall. Ja go- woen p.m. FORD O FARONT speed. PS/PB, A/P - 4- itaroe. FORD PNTO tflt - Station wagon. cvl, auto tram, PS, 4.0N ml, A/P stereo 9*0 Call FORD AVERCK 7 N##dk wort, btt Otff#f. Call 4440 FORD Plato 974. vinyl root/factory tap carrier, raiwpgj control mirrors, A/F ttaree. o-track. Rebuilt malar, grig. transmission. H75 4J04. FORD LTD STATON WAGON 74 t-patsenger. good transportation, 700 or bait offer Autos for Salt OLDS CUTLASS SUPREE BROUOHA H - OUOt ml., PS/PS. Power nlpgii.a. air, A/F ane tag*. v*teur k> atrtar. vhvt roof Aaklog ama, h negotiable 34a4»tl POOlTtAC CATAUNA WAOON OLDS CUTLASS 97-Oaed far aarta. ncluding molar 4 trantmlstlan. UN. Call aer 4. H>-«JB. PONTAC 977 GRAND PRX Gaod cand, cuttam aalnt. oaded. Atklng.000. Call J-6, attar 4. call OLDS CUTLASS SUPREE *4 a.. PS/PB. l*t art- S 3000 r»4«a> glrun mlrs. PONTAC SUNBRD DELUXE 9(0-4-spd.. *cy.. PS/PB..000 ml., great car SONS. Call 4944*49, OPEL KADETT ttn - 4-cyl, 4- speed. 0 plus mpg. Looks 4 runs exc. 50. Call or 70-OS. OPEL KADETT 0T0 -. _ slick Htm with raa( rack. a* minor rapalrt. U». Call aer PARK CHEVROLET Sana Laatmg larvko-partt Rt. 44ni- Neptune PEUOEOT Salas-Servlceleetlne-Perts anmouth tors, Egatntgian, m»4l4, PORD AVERCK i-*, 6-cyl auto, rung excellent. K * betl raawieiobia ga»r. ats-apw. FORD LTD WAOON 97 - PS/PB, CB. petsenger. exc cond, 975. Call 7»004. PORD OALAXE _ 4- dr, AC, A/P radio, cassette, 500 Call 9-(59 weekends or aer 4 p.m. GRAND TORNO SPORT 97S PS/PB. AC. A/F ceisette. new tires, greet shape, 000. Call 443C. ORELN 9)4 57,000 miles. AC. 4 cvl. PS. runs wall. $900 HAVE A CAR TO SLLT Alt ad this sue for 0 da vs costs only OO. Call The Register Clessl- Had Department, HONDA CiyiC A/F raelia. tgead. body rotlored 4 painted. Atklng H. Call " HONDA ACCORD 90 4 dr, s- sod, air. A/F cassette, lug-. rack, ml, e«c cond Call HONDA CVC door hatchback, auto, transmission. Good condition..9s0 or best offer HONDA ACCORD 900 A/F stereo cassette Asking $4500. Call HONDA ACCORD ml, A/C. A/F radio, cassette deck Available o/t/si Call 9-000, between Htm, HORNET 974 Good cond, PS/PB, air. Can be seen at Park Aye, Union Beach. HORNET SPORTABOUT WAG- ON cvl, good cond. U50. Call HYER 'QUALTY" FORD FORD TRUCK HEAD QUARTERS JAGUAR Exclusive franchise deeler for iddlesex County 4 Shore area. T 4 T OTORS KTSON CHEVROLET CO Hwy. 34 Eetontown LABROLA OTORS Newman Springs Rd. Red Bonk 7443 LNCOLN Continental 97,- door. A/F, now starter, eltlnator, 4 channel stereo, all power, Ford LTD, good transportation, Ask for Barbara or BU atr 3 AVERCK im t-cvl. auto., needt a little work. SS. Call between noon 4. 4es-3OQ. AVERCK 97 4 door, auto, PS, 40,000 ml. Good condition. 747-OOn ERCEDES 300D it Beige, new Pirelli >, sunroof, slt SSH* ERCURY ARQUS «7 Naw transmission, full power, with AC, perfect second car (4.000 ml. UK) (4.477 altar 3. ERCEDES BENZ SO W caii tn-307 or ni-vgj ERCURY ONTEGO dr, vlnvl top, PS/PB, AC. good cond, 7. Call GB 974 Complete cosmetic rottorotlon Exc running cond Serious nquiries only. Call 74T0T9T arnr tunn G DGET tt«white, ra dlo (, caisette player, 44,000 miles. e»c cond. UlOO Phone or SJD-Tf. G DGET Convertible, 97. Runs good, new top, low mileage. Asking, ask lor John. Sim. Also 972 impale lor parts & radiator, like new. 40. Jack aor 5:30 p.m. CARGO CAP FOR PCKUP - Extra large steel freme. aluminum roof 3. over cob.»700. Call CRAGER RS new chrome Quick Trlx. 55 Oa. Alto 'Vetio rear bumper cover, lioo Call anytime PONTAC 400 GTO OTOR m l, esklng 400..Call TORANADO motor, 49,000 ml, needs drlveshe A electrical short n t. 250 for motor, new alternator 60 New starter US. Or whole car TRUCK CAP With nsert. 275 or best offer before 5 p.m. VOLKSWAGEN 99 Auto. shi. t 50 Ċall otorcvclts KAWASAK KX'tJO - JWt rebuilt, new tire, quick. WOO Call 5U-5W7 afler. 90 SUZUK GS7S0L Only has.300 miles, tlssv bar with pad. Call between 3-0 pm, Asking,00. BSA 450 CYCLE 940 New motor 4 customized, asking H firm. Call HONDA CB Exc cond, 400 miles, with helmet and extres. ust sell. Call aer 4)0. W HONDA original miles, runt good, best offer. Call aer 7 p.m HONDA CB SO 97 Exc. cond, OO miles, windshield» luggage rack. H. su-iois. HONDA CB4S0 CUSTO 90 Very cleen. $400 Cell , ask lor Tom HONDA CYCLES ' - opods. Shore Area's Number One Deeler Rt. 9 South, Free nolo. 44*600. we will not be undersold. KAWASAK O0 milts, extrat nclude taddlebagt, crash bar A windshield. Call aer 4. mo. KAWASAK KZ Like new, with cover. OO. 495-B44 aer 3:30 KAWASAK 440LTD 90 - Good running cond, oarage-kept. Asking 00. Cell anytime aer p.m.. ask for Wayne, 07-OJW. 97 Kewasakl 90. Excellent condition. Less than 4000 miles Used for commuting, comes with 2 spare tiros and helmets. 30 Call tves KAWASAK Exc. cond miles. ttooo firm, cell eer KAWA5AK SOS CSR 9B LOW mileage, oareoe-fcept. custom paint lob. ust sag to appreciate. oving, must sell. Asking ins or bast offer. Call aer 4 p.m. KAWASAK 974 KZ400 New front lire A belter y. <5 or bast offer Aer 3: AKO DRT BKE 90* Bore first over. 000, will talk Call aer 5 p.m SUZUK 97 OS 550 E miles, runs looks like new. loaded with features, asking too. call aer t SUZUK mi Ol P.700 miles, thew roam condition, on- Wat, W.S00. Ted ra747t SUZUK 9( Only hat O N miles, sissy bar pad. Call between i 4 ( p.m or best offar. TRUPH Bon- 000 nvested ust toll fast. 00 or bait offer H-0447 AUD 970 FOX AC. 4-SSd, A/F cassette, exc. cond, 3400 Call 4-BtS. BLAZER 97 Vary nice shepe. ust see to appreciate 4- WD. Pioneer stereo.roll bar and other extrat. WOO condition 3400 or bast offer Cel days or 747-Kal tves BW BAVARA 973 Auto, PS/PB, AC, restored to like-now condition 5000 miles on rebuilt engine and transmission. ust be seen Sacrifice at 3, (9. BRONCO «7S - Good cond. *74 El Dorado motor home, needs repairs. f74 Land Cruiser, tor pens. Cell Dele. 4W-. BUHLER 4 BTTER NC. Plvmouth-Chrvslor-G-Jeguar 390 Hwv SOOO BUCK LE SABRE _r. AC. PS/PB. exc. cond. 50. Cell 474 or BUCK 960 Good cond Call BUCK LESABRE t74 2-door, air cond, PS/PB, 700. Call 74>4Ht-aflar p.m. BUCK 9 CENTURY - AC, A/F ttereo, valour nterior, radial tires. Call aer 7 p.m., BUCK SKYLARK 97 Rebuilt engine hat ml, pasted inspection, red bogy with block vinyl roof , BUCK SKYLARK LTED 9N 4 CVL, AC, PS/PB, PW, PS, A/F. CB. 49,000 ml, gregt cond.. H00. Call BUCK SKYHAWK Hatchback. 4-tpood manual tram., AC, PS. A/F radio, low mlleege. Call CADLLAC ELDORADO 7 - Original owner, approximately Jt.OOO mi. Oood running conoltlon. Bett olter. 747-OTW. CADLLAC CONVERTBLE 970 White, red ather nterior, low ml, garaged. mmaculate Clll tn CADLLAC COUPE DE VLLE 973 Not running. Also, extra engine. Asking P CADLLAC 944 int, cond, mi, AC, loaded, goad tiros, solke snows, runt. exc. Sett offer. 566-fm or (7g.7SB». CADLLAC COUPE DEVLLE 94 No reasonable offer refused Cell CAARO Cta. n. - uncla trans, Hurtt tu snier. bolt posl. headers, tide pipes, SS hood, mags, -Srs on roar. Call or anytime. ' CAARO RS - 9N V* 309, PS/PB. T- tap or bast offer. Call 9-HS0 CAARO 3S097 - Exc. shape. 4 sod, Hry 450 carb, traction bars, now tint. A/P stereo. + more. Call 774*30. CAARO cyl, tfl spaed, needs work. UBS or offer. Call eves CAARO 97 70,00 ml.. V4 engine, PS/PB, AC. ask ng 400. Call 4749(0. CAARO i»77 Eac. CO. ust sail. 747 CAPR SJJB* original mint, new tires, battery, ax haost system, undarcoallw. 4- cyl, 4-tbd., N mag, A/F cassette PB/EQ, 350 with tier, eo. $950 ar bait offer without mono. CARS UNDER 3.00 KNGSLY AUTO SALES CHVY NOVA 94 Auta.. PS/PB. runt good. KS. Call Rick anytime 4H-2 ew-qbaogarl ONTE CARLO 977 Auto, PS/PB. axe.cond. n and out. aas-sj toit SB*.-. m7«4 PLYOUTH 977 Votere. k. cand, PS/PB, AC. wad body. 65JD0 ml. $,09 Call afler 7em PLYOUTH Duster, 974. Au cyl, '4.000 ml. 70. Call 7W-737 aer t am. PLYOUTH FURY 97 Slant 4-cvllnder, excellent running condition. Call PLYOUTH FURY 970 V, runt well, *d nspection PLYOUTH DUSTR 974 cyl, PS. 75,000 mile., very PLYOUTH - Scamp 975 Autonatlc. 4 cvl. 50,000 miles. UPH r.n W PLYOUTH VOLARE WAOON W - Runt well, goad tint. damaged render. ins, e4t-(h7. PLYOUTH SATELLTE 973 PS/PB. AC. 40. Call PLYOUTH HORZON dr hatchback. AC ml., very good cond, WOO Cll 530*499. PONTAC 977 Formula Firebird, almost everything now, too much to Hit. for nfo call asking 4300, will talk PONTAC Firebird 97. ust sell. 0. PONTAC GRAND PRX U f» Loaded, naw tires, velour nterlor, below whotaiale. XiH 300 Autos for Salt PS. PW, PL. aria, now at tranam.ttla. yr. d. 300 Autos tor Salt RUPH ttt - cstatt- TWN BORO OTORS NC. Newman larwaa Rod a Dadge/AC/Jeep/Renault PORSCHES , JOOJ ; wreck. 9444(4 aer 4 p.m. QUALTY USED CA LPPN VOLKWAGEN Jl makee and medals, prtcad at sell. Financing arranged RL 35 Sayrgvllta. 77-HO VESA auto, TLBJLHk RASSAS PONTAC m Broad t Red Bant 744X0 VOLVO New 4 Utad Sates, parts, sarvka. bady shop r. WOL 3, wall. ~PARTVSAL! -Hm- RENAULT * ctoattlon, A/F. AC Organ gat-saver. SSfB.. call aer 7 p.m.. 9-S4S. RENAULT LECAR 979 Body/nterior axx. artgajpajly perfect. Blaupvnct A/P af oo. HOTS. 479-»m aer i autv LNCOLN ERCURY, nc.» Hwy. 377-ngaOcaen Twp. E OLDVCAOLL» Sprlngt Rd, Red SATELLTE -973 Sabring Pint. Looks, runs excellent. 300 or belt otter. Before am, 9 470, aer 3.9H30 STRAUB BUCKOPEL NNE ACRES o) New and used Can Hwv Kevport THE FNEST SELECTON Of now and utad cart n anmouth county Over 00 alr-condltlonad new cart n stock. cglon BUCKOPEL NC, Shrewsbury Aye, New Shrawsbury, THUNDERBRD door 500 or best offer TOP TRADE ALLOWANCE Superb service. DOWNS PON- TiAt. Lower ain st, atawan. 44-P99 TOWNE 4 COUNTRY Rt. 7, Toms River, N.J. TOWN 4 COUNTRY STATON WAGON Beautiful. 79. toyota COROLLA ' tomotlc. AC, Am/F ceisette. PS, 900 firm. Call PONTAC LE ANS 973 a- cvl, runs good. ust stir by onday. Call H-K04 altar 6, TOYOTA COROLLA 974 Auto, txc. cond. 64,000 ml. KK 47-7 PONTAC LE ANS door, auto, PS/PB, air, A/F stereo. Very clean TOYOTA Corolla Deluxe wagon speed looks end runs good Call PONTAC CONVERTBLE 97 Needs work 750 Call TOYOTA CELCA OT LFTBACK 90 S-SPd, air cond, F stereo, low miles, ue- _ i kept, oxc cond, 795 Cell PONTAC CATALNA 97 a- cvl., goad cond, 300 or bet! atj Call *4400. PONTAC FREBRD H7 H auto., PS/PB, 45,000 miles, new eiheutt, int. n good cond, needs minor body work. 00 or bait offer ' PONTAC - Grand Prix LJ im. PONTAC Bonnevllle miles, electric sun-roof. loaded Call PONTAC GRAND PRX 974 Auto, steering. PB, air, bucket setts, 34,000 ml,,00 or best otter ,. PONTAC FORULA 9 - T roof, stick shi, air. 700 Call H44S4 or PONTAC CATALNA 973 Auto, l-cvl, AC. PS. PB, radio, power lock!, owner, 47S. 9444( aer 4 p.m. PONTAC PHOENX AC. 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