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16 OCEAN COUNTY ASBUKY PARK EVENING PRESS, WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 5. 1952 OCEAN COUNTY Lakewood Democrats Retain 4-1 Margin LAKEWOOD A record vote of 5.233 enabled the Democrats to retain their 4-1 majority on the township committee yesterday with the reelection of Ralph Solomon and the election of Victor E. Johnson,' former chairman, in a close race. I With 86.8 percent of the voters casting ballots, Mr. Solomon ' topped the ticket for township com- " mittee with 2,585 votes and Mr., Dover Committeeman jonnson receiveu ,ooo votes, iiau-j ing Mr. Johnson by 123 votes was Oliver B. Lane, former supervis ing principal of Lakewood schools, with 2,442 votes, and his GOP running mate, Edward K. Burdge, former committee chairman, with 2,389 votes. The Democrats carried only four districts while the GOP prevailed In six districts. However, the Democrats racked up big margins in the third and fourth districts to make up the difference. The Democrats also carried the first and aecond districts and reduced the GOP'i usually big bulge in t h e tenth district. The GOP carried the fifth thru the tenth districts. Curtis Not Surprised Tho the election of two Democrats provided a surprise in some quarters, Arthur H. Curtis, Democratic campaign manager, declared In a statement that he had "full confidence in the Democratic candidates all along. They are far more competent." Mr. Curtis hailed the triumph as "proof that the TAM (Thomas A. Mathisl machine is washed up for good in Lakewood. We want nothing to do with TAM. and we proved It again." Mr. Mathis is the GOP county leader and backed Mr. Lane and Mr. Burdge Mr. Curtis, brother of Mayor William W. Curtis, who did not seek reelection, continued, "our victory is more amazing in view of the Eisenhower landslide, in t.aKe wood, it's the calibre of the candi dates, not the party label." Democrats Have Control The victory assured Democrats of control of the committee for at least three more years, provided members finish their terms. The Democrats are completing their third successive year of control. Victories by Mayor Curtis and Mr. Solomon provided the Democratic edge in 1949 when Mr. Burdge. who served 12 years on the committee, was. defeated. Mayor Curtis and t I J N. ' i) j. Little Folks Vote Just Like Parents WHITING The pupils of Elmer W. Iledrirk, principal of the Whiting School, went Republican just like the voters of Manchester Township. The class straw poll yesterday gave 35 votes to Marry Wright for township committeeman and one for Joseph Takars, his Democratic foe. The children gave 31 votes to General Eisenhower and five to Governor Stevenson. Island Heights JOHN DALTON County prosecutor, who did not seek nomination in the primaries. Not up for reelection this year were Republican mayor u. kix Yard and John Ewart, Democratic committeeman. Had Mrs. Martin been elected, the committee con trol would nave passed into the hands of the Democrats for the first time in 14 years. All 10 polling districts gave Mr. Dalton the majority of votes. He also won the majority of service men's absentee ballots, getting 54 to Mrs. Martin's 15. Mrs. Martin showed strongest In the fifth and sixth districts, whore she lost by 22 and 32 votes, respectively. Mr. Dalton, the high school head football roach, was making his first bid for political office, as was Mrs. Martin, a housewife. In a contest for the tax collector's position, Carl F. Heagey. Republican incumbent, defeated Mr. Solomon Joined Mr. jonnson Flovd Pepin, a Democrat. The to produce a 3-2 Democratic mar- finai tally was 3.690 votes for Mr Bin starting in 1950 Mr. Johnson failed last year In his reelection effort, falling short by only 15 votes. Mr. Johnson, who served three years, was chairman in 1950 and 1951 and looms as the next mayor when the committee organizes for 1953. Excessive Spending Charged The campaign featured GOP charges of excessive spending and that the committee was subsidizing the hotel interests, a charge the Democrats denied. Democrats nreferred to stand on their per formances and urged voters to keep Lakewood independent of the rountv GOP machine. The previous high vote was the 1948 Presidential poll of 3,978, while the highest percentage was the 84 percent recorded in 1944, ac-rnrdlne to Township Clerk Stanley E. Brower. The registration this vear was 6.033. Mr. Brower, an tipposed Repub lican, topped the ticket In t h e township, getting 3,447 votes to be reelected. After he completes five vears of service, Mr. Brower will automatically be placed under tenure. He is finishing his third year. Stafford Township Stafford Township voters elected Milton R. Cranmer, a Republican to the township committee over Hubert Bell, a Democrat. Mr Cranmer received 433 votes. Mr Bell tallied 397 votes. The post tion was left vacant by Mayor Russell Horner. A Republican, who did not seek reelection. Victory hv Mr. Bell would have given the Democrats a 2-1 edge on the com mittee. W. Russell Spraguc, COP collector, was unopposed. Island Heights Horo Republicans elected two boro rouncilmen In Island Heights over Democratic opposition. Councilman Robert Dtilk received 319 votes and his running mate, Arthur R. King, polled 277 votes to win. Defeated were Norman Muller, 181 votes, and Van Zandt Shippy. 143 votes. Mr. Shlp-py had served on council as Republican. Assessor Francis W. Kriney. Re- fiublican, was reelected with a arge complimentary vote. He was unopposed. Mantoloking Boro In a write-in contest. Van R. II. Greene was reelected mayor of Mantoloking. garnering 35 votes to seven for Robert Horning. Both are Rerjubllcans. There were no candidates' names on the ballot for municipal office. Reelected to council, also on a write-in, were George Hetfield and Cornelius C. Boocock with 33 and 32 votes, respectively. They were not opposed. Dover Township The Democrats lost their bid to gain control of the Dover Committee yesterday as Republican John J. Dalton defeated Mrs. Elea- nore Martin, Democrat candidate. by a count of 2,813 to 1,673. One seat on the three-man com Heagey and 1.046 votes for Mr. Pepin Tiifkerton Boro Harry I. Ingle, a Republican, was William and Sarah Doyle, twin children of Mr. and Mrs. Watson Doyle, Janes Avenue, celebrated their third birthdays with a family dinner party at their home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Wallace entertained Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wallace, Natick, Mass. Maj. A. Robert King and Mrs. King had as weekend guests Mrs. Betty Oskin and daughter, Susan, Princeton. Irving Edwards, Merchantville, spent four days with his nephew. Irving Nobles. Corp. Roy Kessler, who Ls stationed in California with the Air Force, was home on furlough. He returned to California yesterday. The Brownie troop had a Halloween party last Wednesday afternoon. Mothers were hostesses. Harvey King, Philadelphia, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. A. W. King, Van Sant Avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Nobles were guests of H. Le Roy Webb, Phil adelphia, at a dinner Thursday Mrs. Stephen Millwater was given a surprise birthday party at her home Tuesday, Attending were Mr, and Mrs. Lester Boss, Belle Meade; Mr. and Mrs. James Mill water. Breton Woods: Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brooks and daughter, Carol, and Mr. and Mrs. James Reilly and daughters, Joy, Ruth, Virginia, and Susan. Judy Mc Kelvey, of Philadelphia General Hospital, spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Mc Kelvey, Ocean Avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Wallace entertained Mr. and Mrs. J. Earl Shedaker, Burlington, over the weekend. Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Kdgar Bragger, West End Avenue, were Mr. and Mrs. William Parking Meter Plans Vetoed At Toms River A proposal to install parking meters in the business district of Toms River was turned down yes terday by Dover Township voters hv more man a two to one majon ty. The measure received support of 1.274 voters, while 2.661 cast nega tive ballots, in only one district the eighth, was the plan approved The vote in this district was 94 for and 70 against. Servicemen votinc thru ahsentpp ballots also turned down the meter plan. Thirty-nine voted against it, while 28 voted for the proposal. The township committee last spring discussed installation of meters to help alleviate the park ing congestion. After several open sessions, the committee decided to place the question on ballot because of the evenly divided open support and opposition to meters. Two Voted Tenure By overwhelming margins of more than 6-1, Lakewood Town ship Treasurer Lilian H. Bedell and Collector Amory J. Parmen-tier were put under tenure in their jobs. Voters gave Mrs. Bedell tenure rights by 3,246 to 534 and Mr. Parmentier by 3,341 to 512. The treasurer's position had been appointive by the township committee each year and the collector had been subject to election by the voters. A new law provides that certain municipal officials can seek to have the voters authorize them tenure rights after 10 or more years of service. Assessor Board Vetoed Voters in Lakehurst turned down a proposal to abolish the position of assessor and create a three-member board of assessors. The vote was 178 no and 121 yes. At the same lime, the voters elec ted Edwin Cranston, a write-in can didate, as assessor with 149 votes. ii 1I'WB mm I- JSp" j '-"v- ":F " Irak jv' pk Mmf WATCHING OCEAN COUNTY SWEEP-Thomas A. Mathis (center foreground), veteran Repub-lican chief of Ocean County, watches tabulation of votes in his Toms River office. County officials and reporters made the Mathis offices their headquarters during long hours of counting which followed closing of the polls. (Press Photo) Lakewood Group Elects; Has Party Mrs. Dora Berlin Gives Book Report TOMS RIVER Members of the Sisterhood of Congregation Bnai Israel heard a review of the book "My Mission to Israel," by James G. MacDonald, given by Mrs. Dora Berlin at their meeting Monday night at the Jewish Comunity Cen ter. Mrs. Yetta So'.off presided and Mrs. Greta Friedman gave the invocation. A report was given on the recent Simchas Torah party. Mrs. Jean Kassenoff reported on plans for the congregational din ner to be held in Lakewood Dec. 21. Mrs. Josephine Feldman had charge of the gift table and Mrs Mary Kassenoff won the special award. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Friedman in honor of the coming Bar Mitzvah of her son. The next board meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Jean Kas senoft on the afternoon of Dec. 1. Renamed as Freeholder S. I,. Krinev and Miss Harriet Kriney, Plainficld, were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kriney, Ocean Avenue. Second I.t. Russell Dougherty, who was stationed at Dover Air Force base, Del., has been transferred to Mitchel Field. L. I. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Siddons, Jr., visited Peddie School, Hights- town, Saturday. Their son, David, returned home with them for the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Nobles spent Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. John Howard, Pleasant Plains. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Edward Tilke, Hyattsville. Md., and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Nobles, River Bank. Mr. and Mrs. Wentworth Dobler, Millvllle, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Howard S. Siddons, Central Avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas De Vassie have returned from a three-week visit with relatives in Ohio and Lockport, N.Y. Patty Deacon has been visiting Ma, A. Robert King and Mrs. King. Mrs. Frank Deacon has returned from Paul Kimball Hospital with her infant son. elected to his second term as mayor phila(r hja d Ear, 'Kpss, of Tuckerton. ! , or,H . .... ., Dhii.H.i. Mayor Ingle received 469 votes) (,',', o uen'Hi diinn n. wpiiu, ji., wmu got 269 votes. Mr. Webb is district lerk of the board of education. Unopposed Republicans reelect- d with big complimentary votes were Alfred J. Scclfo and Henry Johnson for council and Thelnia Seaman for collector. Jaekson Township Jackson Township voters re elected Committeeman C. Bert Matthews and Assessor Ralph G. White over Democratic opposition. Mr. Matthews polled 9U9 votes 372 in the east district and 537 in the west district to defeat John S. Smatuski. Jr., who received 615 votes, including 311 in the east and 304 in the west. Mr. White received 1.059 votes 3H9 in the cast and 670 in the west to vanquish Joseph Nappi, who gathered 537 votes, including 297 in the east and 240 in the west district. Lavallette Boro George Cooper, a Democrat, was defeated for the second straight year in his bid for Lavalette Boro Council. Mr. Cooper polled 230 votes while Walther Wichmann and Councilman Joseph I. De Vaul polled 332 and 314 votes, respec tively. Councilman Charles P. Speaker was not a candidate. Mr. Wichmann and Councilman De Vaul are Republicans. Mayor Ar thur Chandler, a Republican, got 426 votes to be reelected without opposition. Kapleswood Township. F.agleswnod Township elected wo Republicans to the township committee to give the GOP control of the committee for the first time in six years. Walter M. Dodd received 186 votes to turn back John R. Smythe, Democrat, who polled 130 votes, for the three-year term. James N. Rutter. making his first hid for public office, collec ted 221 votes to defeat George William Smith, who received 112 votes, for the one-year unexpired term. Both Mr. Smythe and Mr. Smith are incumbents. When the committee organizes next year, the GOP will have a 2-1 edge. Collector Watson L. Pharo, un opposed Republican, polled 271 votes to be reelected. Manchester Township narry vvrigni was reelected to the Manchester Township Committee, polling 245 votes to repulse Joseph Takacs. the Democratic aspirant, who garnered 156 votes. The contest between Mr. Wright, mayor and president of the board of education, and Mr. Takacs, former committee chairman and one- I.AKEWOOD Joanne Jensen Lowe was elected president: Harry Conklin, Jr., vice president; Virginia Clayton, secretary, and Patricia Webster, treasurer of the Mpfhnriict TntprmpHtntp Vnnth Fpt Kaye Sr I.anghorne Pa.; Mr. and ilnwshlpi at a supper Sunday nignt at the church. Directed by their leader, Mrs. John Bedell, the members planned for a roller skating party Nov. 14 at the Neptune rink. The group, numbering twenty-five, held a Halloween party Saturday, in the new recreation room at the church, with prizes for costumes and games. Mrs. Benjamin Cox and .Mrs. Harry H. Conklin were in charge of decorations: Mrs. Leon R. McKelvey contributed the re freshments, and chaperones were Mrs. Bedell, the Rev. Malcolm L. Willitts, pastor, and Mrs. Willitts. Escape In jury in Crash LAKEWOOD Marie Laird, 734 Main Avenue, Bay Head, and Theo dore Weishaupt, River Edge, and iour cnnciren in his car escaped injury yesterday in a two-car seri. dent at Ocean Avnue and tjm Mills Road, police reported. Both cars were wrecked and were towed from the scene. She was charged with careless driving and he was given a summons for failing to stop at a stop street. Seliool Need Cited At Island Heights ISLAND HEIGHTS Frank Kriney, speaking for the Board of Education, told the Island Heights Taxpayers Association Saturday night that there is a possibility of having to open the basement room in the new elementary school as a classroom, and the hiring of a fifth teacher in the event additional students enroll during the term. Mr. Kriney. school board member, said that this is because of the large in crease in population here and the large enrolment. The group, meeting at the boro hall, also discussed the Garden State Parkway financing proposal which appeared on the general election ballot yesterday. Cheston Keyser presided. GOP Retains Margin In 3 Ocean Towns TOMS RIVER Of the four municipalities in which party control of the township committee was at stake in Ocean County, the Democrats prevailed in only one Lakewood . Township. The margin in Lakewood remains at 4-1. Two Democrats were elected. The GOP retained its 2-1 edge in Dover and Stafford Townships by election of one committee member and In Eagleswood Township, the Democrats lost control as the GOP elected two candidates. Boro to Paint Water Tank POINT PLEASANT The inside of the boro water tank will be painted, probably next week, while the boro gets its water for the six days the job will take from neighboring Point Pleasant Beach, William I. Cunan, boro clerk, said last night. Boro Council cleared the way for the job at a special meeting last week by awarding a contract for $1,385 to the Kessler Company of Philadelphia. The Kessler firm's price includes both inside and outside painting of the tank, allho only the inside operation is planned for the present. It is expected that the job will be begun the first of next week, council has lso reached an agreement with Point Pleasant Beach officials to use that community's water while the painting is being done. At last night's meeting council adopted an ordinance changing from residential to business a 12-acre tract on Dorsett Dock Road planned for development by Mayor Ira L. Thompson and Councilman Peter Arlauckas. Council agred to sell William M. Lambert, who developed the Crescent Court section of the boro. enough pipe to lay a water main down Chirstopher Road. Boro Attorney Stanley Blair, Jr.. was asked to submit a review of the boro's tax rights regarding private right of ways. Council would also like to know what the public. developer and adjacent property owners' rights' are. Council asked for the review after questions came up on two subdivision maps submitted at the meeting. Councilman Harvey Bennette will find out how much additional Christmas lighting will cost the boro this year and report at a future meeting. Forked River The Presbyterian Sunday School recorded its largest attendance this past Sunday and saw the formation of a new class, an adult Bible study group for men and women. Because of lack of space in the already crowded church, the group will meet each Sunday at 9:45 A.M. in the home of Ralph K. Turp A. PAUL KING Ocean County (Continued from Page 1) nered by Congressman Auchincloss topped the winning ticket. Ike Falls Short Falling just shy of the 15,000 mark were General Eisenhower and H. Alexander Smith, who was reelected to the U.S. Senate. Gen eral Eisenhower polled 23,497 and Gov. Adlai E. Stevenson received 8.659 votes, high on the Democratic tlrkcf. Senator Smith garnered 22,-769 votes to trim Archibald Alex ander, who received 8.273. Every Ocean County district and the military men approved ine Garden State Parkway financing proposal and the bond issue for state institutions. The parkway question carried, 27,585 to 4.593, and the lnsiliuuons mraauie snnrnved. 20.511 to Z.4. ine Ul vote for the parkway was 227 to 76, and the institutions Dona issue 277 to 28. Pine Beach Tops Scout Drive Quota TOMS RIVER Pine Beach is the eighth community to exceed its quota in the Ocean County council of Boys Scouts fund-raising drive. The boro collected $148. according to scout headquarters. George Broome, chairman of the campaign in Pine Beach, has promised additional funds will be sent in. The total of funds received in the county is $8,531.66. Practically every community in the county is participating. In Ocean Gate and Lakewood the campaigns are just being organized. Scout officials have been unable to organize the campaign in Laval lette and Jackson Township thru failure to obtain a chairman. Lakewood Birthdays of Mrs. Gerald Irons and Mrs. George Garon were celebrated at a recent luncheon of the So and Sew Club at the home of Mrs. O. LaRoy Dickerson, 108 Third Street. Mrs. James H. Dickerson and sons James and Dale were guests. Others present were Mrs. Arthur Shue, Mrs. Chester AppleRate, Mrs. George Thom as, Mrs. H. C. Julian, Mrs. William Morris, Mrs. J. H. Brown, Mrs. Lr-Roy Woodfield, Mrs. Nettie Yjomas and Mrs. Ralph Robertson. tv,o nia nlnns to study the rise of Christianity and the growth of the Christian Churcn. ine ms meeting was devoted to study of the Feast of the Pentecost which marks the founding of the church and the gift of the noiy unost. Driver in Crash Fined TOMS RIVER William C. Ap-plcgate, Bay Avenue, who was in volved in an auto accident on Cedar Grove Road, Oct. 25, was fined $10 and had his license revoked for six months by Dover Township Magis trate Ben Novlns last night. Apple- gate was charged with careless driving by Patrolman Edwin Ap-plegate. ship vote of 420. The municipality has 500 voters. Mr. Wright has served five years on the committee. Emma E. Cameron, Republican, who was unopposed, received 335 votes to be reelected. Barnegat Light George Histand was elected mayor of Barnegat Light, polling 75 votes as a write-In candidate to defeat Councilman Paul Kaetzel, a Republican. Mr. Kaetzel, who polled 71 votes, said last night he ls undetermined whether he will file for a recount of the votes. Mr. Histand is a summer resident of Barnegat Light. He operates a garage in Mantua in South Jersey, Mayor John Hcitzenroder, a Republican, did not seek reelection. The vote was rescribed by Clerk Warren Mason as heavy with 153 of the 171 registered voters casting ballots. F.lected to council on the GOP ticket were David Hansen, Jr., and Richard A. Myers, both unopposed They rc-teived large complimentary votes. mittee was at stake. It was that of Robert A. Lederer, Ocean main reason for the record town time assessor and countv Dem ocratic chairman, perhaps was theiBay Head Boro Republicans swept Democrats Win at Lakewood I RALPH SOLOMON VICTOR JOHNSON the two council positions in Bay Head as all but 34 of the boro's 531 voters went to the polls. Councilman Ralph Pellerito, 382 votes, and j William M. Robertson, 272 votes defeated Councilman Alfred E, Uohnson, Jr., a Democrat, who re-Iceived 248 votes. This means all jsix council members will be on 'the Republican side when the gov- lerning body organizes parly next jyear. So is Mayor J. Dugald White Lakehurst Boro ! Edwin Cranston was elected as- i sessor in Lakehurst in a contest between two write-in candidates. Mr. Cranston polled 149 votes and Julius Malak received 77 votes, The office had been vacant. Voters at the same time turned down a proposal to switch from an assessor to a board of assessors The vote was 178 "no" and 121 "yes." Elected to council without oppo sition were William tacco, 317 votes, and George Schultze, 290 votes, both GOP candidates. The vote was heavy with 473 of the 547 voters going to the polls. Michael Giff of Havens, Giff and Havens, injured his foot last week, when a roll of linoleum fell on It at their Monmouth Avenue furniture store. Miss Margaret Palmatier, Newark, spent the here with her sister, Mrs. Joseph H. Johnson, Mon mouth Avenue. Ocean County General Election Returns Tuesday, November 4, 1 9 5 2 Toms River Mr. and Mrs. Adolph. Ernst spent Saturday and Sunday in Jersey Shore, Pa., where they attended the 50th wedding anniversary celebration of Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Reltmeyer. Mrs Reltmeyer is the former Mary Ernst of Toms River, Judy McGuire, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter McGuire, Bay Avenue celebrated her eighth birthday with a party Saturday afternoon. Guests were Dina Robinson, Catherine Duis, Andrea Applegate, Susan Crisfield, Micky McGuire, Charles and Jack Brooks and Mrs, Marcus Mathews were also guests. The children played games and refreshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. L. Roy Goble and Miss Hope Fischer spent Sunday after noon with Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Allen in Engllshtown. Franklin Applegate, Sampson Air Base, Geneva, N.Y., spent the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Florence Applegate, Cedar Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dugan, Rob- bins Parkway, had as weekend guests Mrs. DuRan's brother, Dennis Carroll and a friend of Perth Amboy. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar D. Millard have Local residents are reminded of the card party Nov. 18. at the Hotel Clarondon, Madison Avenue, for the benefit of the Paul Kimball Hospital, sponsored by the Paul Kimball Hospital Auxiliary. Mrs. Thomas Tiernnn ls chairman of tickets. A thanksgiving turkey ls to be the door prize. Mrs. Samuel Diamond Is president of the local auxiliary unit. P'WAY II INST. PRE8I- V. 8. RETRE- FREE- BOND BOND DENT SEN. SENT. HOLDER ELECTION tt S DISTRICTS 7 g S (Incompleti) a (J 5 g 5 2 3 Birnegit Light Boro . Bay Head Boro Bench Haven Boro Beachwood Boro Berkeley Twp Flrat Dlitrlct Second District Third District Brick Twp First District Second District Third Dutrlct Fourth District Filth District Dover Twp First District Second District Third District Fourth District Fifth District Sixth District . Seventh District Eighth District Caglcswood Twp. Harvey Cedars Boro Island Beach Boro Island Heights Boro Jackson East West Lacey Twp. Lakehurst Boro Lakewood First District Second District Third District Fourth District Filth District Sixth District Seventh District Eighth District Ninth District Tenth District Lavallette Boro Little Egg Harbor Twp. First-. Second District Long Beach Twp. Manchester Twp. Mantoloking Boro Ocean Twp. Ocean Gate Boro Pine Beach Boro Plumsted First District Second District Point Pleasant First District 8oond District Third District Fourth District Point Pleasant Beach First 8econd District Third District Seaside Heights Boro Seaside Park Boro Ship Bottom Boro South Toms River Boro Stafford Twp. First Dlstrlet Second District Surf City Boro Tuckerton Boro Flrat District Second District Union Twp First District Second District Military Total 101 1 tS 11 105 47 lot 39 115 39 133 31 31 76 310 7 433 73 40 4 415 74 398 77 425 75 419 47 479 137 466 108 493 83 533 73 558 114 514 78 651 135 619 140 643 115 617 145 107 4 110 3 101 76 117 48 117 40 135 33 4 10 88 433 65 5.18 110 546 115 573 85 563 85 77 3 75 4 78 37 79 37 79 37 78 36 346 73 397 65 404 78 388 81 405 68 387 63 555 106 555 81 637 161 639 151 643 1.15 644 133 334 68 335 45 4f0 101 448 100 457 80 446 86 380 78 355 46 408 98 408 98 408 9 4 410 93 311 69 309 46 437 78 403 79 416 63 411 63 436 87 415 43 417 118 433 143 440 133 432 138 470 61 440 69 4A8 106 473 115 486 95 457 108 738 66 677 88 719 161 697 164 736 134 698 151 305 75 290 67 349 133 349 114 350 189 .137 117 319 76 305 63 379 185 377 167 386 154 375 16B 513 113 527 93 439 309 417 301 443 277 435 285 376 83 373 64 181 153 364 143 383 133 370 150 158 33 170 8 156 51 155 49 158 44 148 55 305 46 190 49 350 86 343 85 353 71 353 7 85 11 94 8 94 37 94 35 93 36 93 34 11 0 9 3 14 3 13 3 10 4 13 4 301 80 347 46 408 79 395 74 397 69 375 77 331 113 383 68 411 379 405 373 437 315 410 347 408 139 451 93 631 347 613 235 ' 833 311 639 210 405 73 401 61 491 105 486 98 487 89 499 77 363 48 361 33 301 170 369 183 324 133 301 139 167 18 183 33 181 165 179 153 184 147 176 139 331 77 360 40 376 350 354 347 388 395 366 291 154 25 153 18 92 246 95 234 100 324 93 211 460 86 493 55 361 413 326 410 346 377 330 343 321 60 346 37 355 157 341 154 351 140 323 148 347 57 363 43 268 175 267 163 274 146 245 153 311 31 320 35 360 215 263 168 289 1.15 289 114 385 65 318 33 396 191 378 188 399 159 390 152 274 56 306 32 341 180 331 167 335 149 314 145 315 78 320 47 389 318 363 309 401 177 383 177 364 41 .161 36 406 113 385 109 396 95 397 99 108 30 105 14 114 4.1 127 41 110 33 139 30 111 10 110 8 139 28 141 22 144 30 148 18 48 130 490 88 117 156 600 145 613 128 824 120 348 48 365 39 373 143 1C3 123 371 107 296 84 80 23 83 13 105 13 100 14 104 13 100 14 178 60 197 30 245 58 336 59 340 53 337 53 387 50 315 34 355 53 354 39 381 31 371 30 333 66 245 44 329 59 322 56 329 44 327 36 161 98 215 46 311 106 302 97 313 80 313 83 176 12 194 51 397 115 382 114 293 96 394 94 380 119 382 70 496 119 468 139 496 10.1 479 105 184 88 408 45 511 98 503 108 520 86 611 85 253 89 397 3 7 377 91 360 88 373 75 .161 75 371 93 413 49 478 140 474 1.13 484 133 474 113 416 80 425 40 514 119 505 111 515 93 496 87 307 53 327 33 294 62 292 56 299 45 390 19 537 114 587 64 680 153 657 164 680 134 647 128 503 56 472 64 547 214 534 185 856 160 520 19 463 64 470 53 519 173 499 163 531 136 503 138 233 41 316 31 374 70 363 61 373 68 388 4 100 18 103 15 124 71 132 63 132 49 132 39 359 47 319 49 313 145 396 135 306 131 336 107 313 33 189 35 193 187 190 182 194 171 307 160 157 57 164 10 303 67 197 63 305 58 308 45 270 37 37.1 33 333 103 317 95 337 84 3.18 74 198 38 305 17 334 94 334 86 233 71 334 61 193 35 180 33 256 54 248 63 251 33 270 39 214 29 197 37 371 85 353 73 369 57 373 45 227 78 377 38 377 76 364 79 274 69 361 64 S7585 4593 20511 3874 23497 8659 33769 8373 33620 7238 313537 8061 Lakehurst Mr. and Mrs. Morris Applegate, Toms River, visited their son nd daughter-in-law, Mrs. Wharton Ap-plepjate, Elm Street, Sunday. Mrs. Margaret Miehl, Hammonton was guest of honor at a reception on her 75th birthday Sunday. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Miller, Mr. and Mrs. August Miller and daughter, Sharon, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Cleason Septor. Mrs. Miehl is the former Miss Margaret Miller and ls the oldest of 11 children. Charles Tilton, Jr., who recently re. turned from Korea, has left for his new assignment in Alabama. The Three Buck Deer Club met Sunday at the Civic Club with 21 present. Edward White presided. they saw a football game. m it- b t . e. j i . ii Joseph Bittay accompanied Cub returned from a wedding trip thru Scouts to Princeton Saturday where the Boutn ana are residing at 702 1 Main Street. The Rev. Donald T. Phillips of the Toms River Methodist Church and Chaplain Claude Snedeker of Camp Kilmer left Thursday for Bay City, Mich., on a 10-day evangelistic mission of the Methodist Church. The Rev. Mr. Phillips ls conducting evangelistic services and visitation each night at the Woodside Methodist Church in Bay City. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Truex enter tained at a family dinner party Sat urday evening at their Silver Bay home In celebration of Mr. Truex's birthday. Table decorations consisted of chrysanthemums and candle Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Truex and Mrs. Owen Truex, Point Pleasant; Mrs. Blanche VanNote, Os-bornville and William Truex, Silver-ton. Mr. and Mrs. George Copestake, Trenton, spent Saturday with their daughter, Mrs. C. J. Gravatt. tvenncm eei, rnnaaeipnia, was here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs Max Leet, for the weekend. Mrs. Joseph Hann accompanied her sister, Mrs. Marguerite Landry, Island Heights, to Monmouth Memorial Hospital, Long Branch, Saturday to visit the latter's daughter who ls a patient there. Mrs. Dorothy Palmer spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick hadwlck in Barnegat. 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