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Republican Candidates To Appear MANCHESTER TOWNSHIP The local Regular Republican Club will be host to all GOP county freeholder candidates In a forum to be held at the fire department hall on Commonwealth Blvd. at 8 p.m. May 24. . Club president John J; Sweeney said yesterday the program will allow each hopeful to state his qualifications and follow with a question and answer session. The public is Invited. Those candidates who will receive invitations are Mrs.' Rosemary Janvier, Bay Head, Dover Township Com- mitteeman Ernest A. Buhr, Councilman Gwyn L. Dun- , ston . Point Pleasant, Brick Township Councilman John P. Kinnevy, Frederick G. Lounsbury, Union Township, and Frank B. Holman, Jackson Township. In the Democratic primary race, A. Thomas Amebile, a Toms River lawyer, has received the endorsement of the Point Pleasant Democratic Club after speaking to members earlier this week. Mr. Amabile said he is concerned about the drug problem in the county. He . said that he believes drug pushers should be given heavy penalties, but users should have some type of rehabilitation. He said educational programs are more meaningful to young persons who try drugs. He said some of that "use can be prevented by early education from parents and schools. - 4 Arrested In Thefts Of Drinks NEWARK P) - Four men, including the foreman of the United Vintners warehouse In Port Newark, were arrested yesterday by special agents of the Waterfront Commission in connection with the theft of 13 cases of imported champagnes and liquors from the warehouse. The agents reported that the men allegedly carried the liquor out of the warehouse in three separate automobiles, each making three trips. One of the agents said the thefts "resembled a supermarket operation." Arrested and charged with larceny were: William Lee Atkins, of Orange, Carmen Carlino, of Newark, Wallace Ward, of East Orange, and Stanley II. Clark, the foreman, of Brooklyn, New York. The Waterfront Commission began surveillance of the warehouse after its manager, William Moffett, reported his stocks were being depleted mysteriously. He said scores cf expensive wines had been stolen in the last few weeks. Car Slams Landmark1 Fire Truck MANCHESTER TOWNSHIP - The 19:!6 Reo model fire truck, a local landmark for tlic volunteer fire company here, was struck by a Virginia man early yesterday morning, resulting in injuries to himself, his car, and the 1 truck. Police said Ernest R. Powell Jr., of Keller, Va was trying to avoid an oncoming car while traveling west on Route 37 about 1 a.m. In missing the oncoming vehicle, he rammed the truck and ricochetted into a clump of trees about HO feet away. He was taken to Community Memorial Hospital in Toms River and treated for lacerations of the back and leg bruises before being released. A ladder he was carrying on the rear of his car slammed into his back when he hit the truck. He was charged with driving with bald tires and haying no regis! rat ion in his possession, A hearing has been set for June 13. The white fire truck, which has been sitting .m Route 37 near Commonwealth Boulevard for about 10 years, was dented in the front and left side and the "Bingo" sign it has supported for that time was knocked down. Fimnai to Sponsor IlabysillrrH Course DOVER TOWNSHIP -East. Dover Fire t'o. 1 will sponsor a training eoui se for babysitters at 7:30 p.m. Friday' at the firehoii.se on Fischer boulevard. Members of the Umoim Flro Prevention will conduct the class for boys and girls aged 12 or older. Certificates will be awarded and rerresh-iiiciil.s served . f . - v 1 vVa .c ' If: mim vx tS ECOLOGY NIGHT - The Ocean Town-hip Chamber of Commerce iiressed ecology and conservation at its annual awards banquet last night at Terrace Gardens. The principal speaker was Charles Pike (center), director of the Division of Water Resources in the state Department of En Freeholder Reform Bill Given Progressive Label PERTH AMBOY - The president of the New Jersey Association of Chosen Freeholders has lauded the state Assembly for passing a bill that would allow counties to reorganize their forms of government. George J. Otlowski, Middlesex County freeholder director, said yesterday that the bill, if finally adopted into law, will give county government new life after almost 300 years. "It is a progressive step, which is long overdue, since our state and its counties have grown tremendously in population, making us that most urban in the nation," Mr. Otkowski said. While the freeholder association has taken no official position on the bill, Mr. Otlowski said he has fought for its adoption for several years. He said Gov. William Woods Fire Referred To Grand Jury LACEY TOWNSHIP -Dennis Brown, Dock St., Little Egg Harbor Township, is awaiting grand jury action on a charge of setting a fire. He's accused of starting a fire that burned in woods in Union Township April 28. Intermunicipal Court Judge Stanley J. Blair Thursday referred to the grand jury a charge of violating labor laws against Dr. James Morrison, Rte. 9. The state Department of Labor and Industry has charged Dr. Morrison with failing to pay time and a half to employes and failing to keep accurate records of employes' hours in December 1969. Beth Ann Brzeznski, Aster PL, Berkeley Township; Michael Latorre, Clairmore Ave.; Jeanne Licastria, Spruce Rd., and John Loesch, W. Bay Ave., Union Township, are awaiting grand jury action on a charge of possessing marijuana here March 24. Mayors Praise Recycling Effort LONG BRANCH - Mayor Henry R. Cioffi said that the citation of merit presented to the city by the New Jersey Conference of Mayors last Wednesday for its reclamation program "shows that the efforts of this administration and Henry R. Seales, director of the reclamation center, are being recognized for their value." The citation was presented to the city for its "outstanding program of recycling waste material as part of the slate's environmental improvement campaign." The mayor noted that the cily has offered its assistance and knowledge lo communities throughout the nation that have started or are starting reclamation programs. Mrs. Frcnnaii Sulw For Humphrey Niece TOMS RIVER - Mrs. Orville Freeman, wife of the former secretary of agriculture In the Kennedy administration, was scheduled to take part In opening ceremonies at the Humphrey for President campaign office. Backers of the Minnesota senator said Mrs. Freeman will subsitute for Miss Ann Howard, a niece of the candidate. Miss Howard was to have ' opened the political headquarters at 2 p.m. today at 2311 Main St. ""'"' m rr ri 'iiiiinii mi Mil vironmental Protection. With him are Mayor Joseph Palala (left), who also addressed the meeting, and Stephen Levy, chairman of the township Conservation Commission, who was master of ceremonies. (Press Photo) T. Cahill also has spoken out in favor it. The Assembly passed it by a 45-27 vote, while the state Senate passed it three weeks ago by a 28-9 count. The bill will provide counties with four alternatives for reorganization but will also allow them to maintain present forms of government. , Eartha Kitt Feels Brunt Of Apartheid DURBAN, South Africa Iff) Entertainer Eartha Kilt said she was ousted yesterday from a seaside amusement park bumper car by an Indian attendant because she was nonwhite and "I didn't know whether to laugh or cry." Miss Kitt, a Negro singer who is staying at a plush hotel normally reserved for whites, said the attendant asked her if she was non-European. "I didn't know what to say. I was so surprised. Then he said 'Well, you know what I mean. Are you a non-white?" "I said to him 'well, I suppose if I look like a non-white, I must be a nonwhite." "He told me the bumper cars were not for nonwhites and that I would have to get out of it." She recounted the story in her hotel suite. "It's so funny. Here we sit in our luxurious hotel drinking champagne and dining on caviar and then we go down there and get rejected. "But I'm glad it happened. It's made me feel the pain that the people here have Miss Kitt is in this country on a performance tour and most of her appearances have been before segregated audiences. Her promoters announced yesterday special government permission had been obtained for her to perform before a mixed audience of whites, Indians, mulattocs and Chinese next week in Pietcrmaritzburg. Swilll cjllb IIils Half Way Mark OCEANPORT - The Lions Club is about halfway to its goal of 300 charier members for its proposed swim club. Construction is expected to begin when a membership reaches 300 families. It will be built on a 22-acre site on Port-au-Peck avenue, in the Blackberry Creek area. The facility will have an Olympic size swimming pool, an intermediate pool, and a junior pool, handball courts, a snack bar, and meeting room. Membership will be limited to Occanport residents. The facility is expected to accommodate fi00 families, or about 2,400 persons. .'JO Ilusiiiesscs Host High School Sludcnln FREEHOLD - Some CO students from the Freehold Regional High School district participated yesterday in ths second annual Commerce Day sponsored by the Mid-Monmouth Greater Chamber of Commerce. The students were hosted by 30 local businesses, according to William F. Hurley Jr., chairman, to give them an opportunity to see how business is conducted during a normal work day. Sponsors then treated the students to a luncheon at the American Hotel. Board Set For Bids On Sewers HARVEY CEDARS - The Board of Commissioners plans to take bids next month for the first step in its project to install sewers in the borough. Mayor Reynold Thomas said last night that the necessary permits have been received from the state and Army Corps of Engineers to fill in land for a sewage pumping station. The Board authorized borough engineer Jaine Fernan- rif7 in nrpnnrp Qruipifinotinno for bids to be received for construction of sod banks and for dredging and filling. There will be no new land created by the project, Mayor Thomas said. The existing land between Salem and Burlington avenues merely will be brought up to grade. In accordance with the approved plan, the dredging will be done to create a channel from the inland waterway into Harvest Cove. The commissioners agreed to investigate a complaint by Dr. Joseph Simpson, Burlington Ave., that a house across from his home is being used for business purposes. The commissioners appointed Mrs. Florance Donnelly, Surf City, as a special policewoman and agreed to consider a salary increase for Patrolman John N. Scott who recently was graduated at the top of his class at the Ocean County Police Academy. Also to be considered will be the purchase of a used backhoe for $5,000 for road repairs. John Vosseler, superintendent of public works, said road repair equipment is needed and that this particular piece can be bought at a saving of $,500. He said the poor weather has held up road work on Buckingham road and on Cox, Essex and Lange avenues. Institutions Building To Be Dedicated Press State House Bureau TRENTON - Commissioner Robert L. Clifford of the state Department of Institutions and Agencies will participate in dedication ceremonies Thursday for the new school and multipurpose building at the Arthur Brisbane Child Treatment Center, Allaire, Wall Township. The ceremonies will begin at 2 p.m. at the main entrance to the new building. A tour will follow the formal dedication. The new facility will provide added room for psychotherapeutic, educational and recreational purposes at Brisbane, which opened in 1910. The building was constructed at a cost of $1.3 million from funds from a 1908 bond issue. The new structures includes a library, industrial arts room, gymnasium, offices and 10 octagonal classrooms. The Brisbane Center treats emotionally disturbed, pre-adoleseent children, accepted from throughout the state on a referral basis, lt provides residential psychiatric care and has its own school and recreation program. Sorls HanqiKi Set HA'I.KT TOWNSHIP -The annual all sports banquet in honor of senior athletes at Rarilan High School will be held at 7 p.m. June 1 at the school auditorium. Tickets are available from Frank Farrell, school athletic director. BIRTHS Jersey Shore Mcdlcul Center Neptune Mr .and Mrs. Alfonso Freda, 2018 Roosevelt St.. Wall Township, Thursday, a girl . Mr. and Mrs. John Tedesco, Union Hill ltd., Manalapan Township Thursday, a boy. Dr. and Mrs. Edward Wyr-wa, 1309 Boxwood Drive, Sea Girt, Thursday, a girl. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Elliott, 121 Division St., Neptune, Thursday, a girl. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Gegli-ardi, 20 Susan Drive, Jackson Township, Thursday, a boy. Monmouth Medical Center I.ng Branch Mr. and Mrs. James Jones, 304 Elm Drive, Neptune, yesterday, a boy. Mr. and Mrs. E. Thomas 'Kenny, 360 Klrby St., Long Branch, yesterday, a boy. Patterson Army Hospital Ft. Monmouth Spec. 4 and Mrs. Denis Liv-ernois, Asbury Park, April 29, a boy. S.Sgt. and Mrs. Peter Her-som, Leonardo, Middlctown Township, April 30, a girl. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Cundiss, Long Branch, May 1, a boy. Capt. and Mrs. Billy Gamble, Eatontown, May 2, a girl. Cpl. and Mrs. Timothy Kil-barger, Long Branch, May 2, a girl. S. Sgt. and Mrs. Joe Paddie, Colts Neck Township, May 2, a boy. Sgt. l.C. and Mrs. Augustine Affayroux, Spring Lake, Spring Lake, May 4 a girl. Spec. 5 and Mrs. Frederick Blauser Jr., Long Branch, May 4, a girl. Pfc. and Mrs. D e n n is O'Brien, Elizabeth, May 4, a boy. 2nd Lt. and Mrs. Robert Harrington, Eatontown, May 5, a boy. Sgt. and Mrs. James Dugan, Freehold, May 6, a girl. Mr. and Mrs. Mamuel Zar-solin, Asbury Park, May 7, a boy. , t Spec. 5 and Mrs. Charles , Ames, West End, Long Branch, May 8, a boy. . Capt. and Mrs. Linasay car- pen, Eatontown, May 8, a boy, Capt. and Mrs. Lee I ro- vencal, Eatontown, may o, a 2nd Lt. and Mrs. Ronald Walcik, Eatontown, May 9, a girl. Sgt. l.C. and Mrs. Sherrill Boyington, Eatontown, May 10, Spec. 4 and Mrs. Robert Covington Jr., Asbury Park, May 10, a boy. Riverview Hospital Red Bank Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Perry, 42 Collins Ave., Middle-town Township, yesterday, a girl-Mr. and Mrs. Klaus Venge- lis, 251 Atlantic St., Keyport, yesterday, a boy. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Creuz, 9 Marsand Drive, Hazlct Township, yesterday, a boy. Freehold Area Hospital Freehold Township Mr. and Mrs. Richard Astoreco, 7 Summit Ave., Manalapan Township, Sunday, a girl. . Dr. and Mrs. Ignacio M. Cruz, 56 Princess Anne Drive, Freehold Township, Monday, a boy. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Smith, 8 Windsor Ter., Freehold Township, Tuesday, a boy. Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Barker, Squankum-Farming-dale Rd., Howell Township, Wednesday, a girl. Paul Kimball Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rea, Forest Hills Drive, Lake-wood, yesterday, a boy. Mr. and Mrs. John Kennedy, 12th St., Lakewood, yesterday, a girl. Point Pleasant Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Schraeder, 275 Vermont Drive, Brick Township, Wednesday, a girl. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Krue-gcr, 123 Camden Ave., Laval-lette, Wednesday, a boy. Mr. and Mrs. John Nord-fors, 321 Mark Drive, Dover Township, Wednesday, a girl. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Iiu.sli-wald, 913 Clayton Ave., Point Pleasant, Wednesday, a boy. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gillm-ly, 512 Forest Ave., Lake-wood, Wednesday, a boy. Mr. and Mrs. Tibor Sipos, 42 Citadel Drive, Jackson Township, Thursday, a boy. Point Pleasant Hospital Mr. and Mrs. John Smart Jr., 807 Wondcrost Drive, Spring Lake Heights. Thursday, a boy. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lee, 745 Acorn Drive, Brick Township. Thursday, a girl. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Fstelle, 1115 Burnt Tavern Rd., Point Pleasant, May 4, a girl. Community Memorial Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Orlando, 25 Pheasant Drive, Berkeley Township, yesterday, a girl. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kilnschewski, 427 Hiering Ave., Seaside Heights, yesterday, a boy. Good Samaritan Hospital Phoenix, Ariz. Dr. and Mrs. Stewart Rushton Jr., Phoenix, Ariz., May 14, a boy. Mrs. Rushton Is the former Diane Sicillann, Spring Lake. George W. Howlett, Was Tax Assessor NEPTUNE CITY - George W. Howlett, 75, of 140 Woodland Ave., died yesterday at Jersey Shore Medical Center, Neptune. Mr. Howlett was a former tax assessor here. He was born in Orange and lived in the area for over 50 years. He was an Army veteran of World War I and a member of the Memorial United Methodist Church, here. Mr. Howlett was an ex-chief and charter mcmher of the United Fire Co. of Neptune City and treasurer of the Neptune City First Aid Squad. He and his wife, Mrs. Mary Ann Matthews Howlett, celebrated their 51st wedding anniversary this year. Mr. Howlett was also a member of the Bird Watchers Society of WJLK, Radio Voice of the Asbury Park Press. Surviving besides his widow are three daughters, Mrs. Dorothy Wood, Neptune, Mrs. Audrey Sikore, Spring Lake Heights, and Mrs. Marion Mount, Freehold; a brother, Stanley R., Freehold; a sister, Mrs. Ixirraine McLaren, Sea Girt, five grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren. Francioni, Taylor and Lopez, Neptune, is in charge of arrangements. MRS. THOMAS SARULLO POINT PLEASANT - Mrs. Pauline DeMarco Sarullo, 72, of 542 Crestview Terrace, died yesterday at Point Pleasant Hospital. She was born in Jersey City and lived in Spring Lake before coming here. Mrs. Sarullo was a communicant of St. Dominic's Roman Catholic Church, here. Surviving are her husband, Thomas; three daughters, Mrs. Gerolma Burke and Mrs. Catherine Bugliaro, both Manasquan, and Mrs. Angela Scheller, here; one sister, Mrs. Josephine LoPresto, Jersey City, and three grandchildren. The Meehan Funeral Home, Spring Lake Heights, is in charge of arrangements. LEO PANTALEO NEPTUNE - Leo Pantaleo, 76, of 1322 Corlies Ave., died yesterday at Monmouth Medical Center. He was born in Italy. He operated a shoe repair shop in Neptune. He was an area resident for more than 50 years. Mr. Pantaleo, husband of the late Agnes Apacelli Pantaleo, is survived by two sons, Leonard, Freehold, and Jack, Hopelawn; two daughters, Maryann and Lucille, both of Neptune, and one grandchild. The Francioni, Taylcr, and Lopez Funeral Home has charge of arrangements. CLARENCE D. JUDD AVON Clarence D. Judd, 600 Jefferson Ave., died yesterday at Jersey Shore Medical Center, Neptune. Formerly of Newark, he had lived here for 24 years. He was a retired supervisor at the Bendix Corp., Eatontown, and a communicant of the Chuch of St. Elizabeth. He is survived by his widow, Charlotte Flynn Judd; five daughters, Mrs. Eleanor Kcnney and Mrs. Alyce Coyne, both of Bloomfield; Mrs. Joan J. Kelly, Fair Haven; Mrs. Charlotte L,yons, Pocono Pines, Pa., and Mrs. Beverly Kraft, Lynd-hurst; a sister, Mrs. Edna Decker, Troy, N.Y., and 10 grandchildren. Arrangments are under the direction of the Daniel A. Reilly Funeral Home, Bel-mar. MRS. ARNETT WEBER ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS -Mrs. Ruth Weber, 75. of 20 7th Ave., died Thursday at Monmouth Medical Center, Long Branch. Mrs. Weber was born in Wilkes-Barrc, Pa., and had lived in Yonkers, N.Y., before moving here six weeks ago. Mrs. Weber was the widow of Arnett Weber. Surviving are her daughter, Mrs. James Redmond, with whom she lived; her son, Charles Donaher, Sunnyvale. Calif.; her sisters, Mrs. Raymond C. Kelly. Yonkers, and Mrs. Edwin Flanagan, Clin-" Ion. Conn.; her brother, Milton Morrissey, Yonkers; one great grandchild, and eight grandchildren. The Flynn Funeral Home, Yonkers, is in charge of arrangements. Firemen Give $150 For Kidney Machine POINT PLEASANT BEACH - The Point Pleasant Beach Volunteer Fire Co. No. 2 has donated $150 to the Pal Oenski Kidney Machine fund. Emcdio Caruso, fire comnany president, presented a check to John Spagnola, fund chairman yesterday. The money will go toward the purchase of a kidney dialysis machine which Mrs. Oenski needs to survive. ASBURY PARK EVENING PRESS, OBITUARIES MRS. WILLIAM A. MOUNT MANASQUAN - Mrs. Mary Fitzncr Mount, 57, of 70 Colby Ave., died yesterday at Jersey Shore Medical Center, Neptune. She was born here. Mrs. Mount was a member of The First United Methodist Church, here. She was the widow of William A. Mount. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Peggy Ann Callahan, Sandy, Ore.; Mrs. Dorothy Fairchild, Brick Township; three brothers, William Fitzncr, Wollcott, Conn., Walter Fitzner, here, Herman Fitzncr, Pompano Beach, Fla.; four sisters, Mrs. Ruth Redraw, Jamesburg, Mrs. Anita Bennett, Princeton, Mrs. Bess Rafferty, Belmar, and Mrs. Irene Heitkamp, here, and six grandchildren. The Robert C. Neary Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. MRS. J. IvfARKSTEIN MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP Mrs. Josephine Markstein, 77, of 57 Bray Ave., East Keansburg, died yesterday at home. She was the widow of William Peter Markstein, and the daughter of the late Mr. and' Mrs. Ignatius Stock. She was a member of St. Catherine's Roman Catholic Church, East Keansburg. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Norma Layton, East Keansburg, and a granddaughter. The Scott Funeral Home, Belford, is in charge of arrangements. MRS. GERARD J. GOONAN KEYPORT - Mrs. Eleanor H. Goonan, 41, of 99 Green Grove Ave., died yesterday at her home. Mrs. Goonan was born in Jersey City and had lived here two months. She was formerly of Hazlet Township. She was a communicant of St. Benedict's Roman Catholic Church. Surviving are her husband, Gerard J. Goonan; her mother, Mrs. Anna Jeleniewicz, Bayonne; a son, Gregory and a daughter, Patricia Ann, both at home; two brothers, Henry, Jersey City, and Edward, Port Reading, and a sister, Mrs. Clara Markows- ki. Linden. The Day Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. MRS. OSWALD D. SETTLE RED BANK - Mrs. Estelle G. Settle, 77, of 66 Riverside Ave., died yesterday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Margaret Homestead, West Lebanon, N.Y. She was born in Hoboken and lived most of her life in Short Hills before moving here two years ago. She was a member of the First Church of Christian Scientists, here. Surviving are another daughter, Mrs. Marie Gibbons, Norwalk, Conn.; eight grandchildren. and four great-grandchildren. The Worden Funeral Home, here, is in charge of arrangements. WILLIAM LINDEN JR. OCEAN GROVE - William C. Linden Jr., 55, of Main Ave., died yesterday at his home. A resident of the area for the past 25 years, he lived in Ocean Grove four years. He was a retired electrical technician at Ft. Monmouth. He is survived by a son, Peter, Sea Girt, and a brother, Joseph, of Hallendale, Fla. The Ocean Grove Memorial Home is in charge of arrangements. MRS. MARY G. RUBER ASBURY PARK - Mrs. Mary G. Huber, 2nd Ave., died Thursday at Jersey Shore Medical Center. She was a former resident of Union City and Wanamas-sa. Ocean Township. She is survived by a son, Peter, Washington, D.C; and a sister, Mrs. Lucy Clark, Wanamassa, and three grandchildren. The Farry Funeral Home is in cnargc oi arrangements. The EXTRA MEASURE MARKET Qualify Lancaster Brand Meats in see-thru Meat trays! WATSON J. BIENIEK LAVALLETTE - Watson J. Bieniek, 66, of 103 Princeton Ave., died Thursday at Community Memorial Hospi- , tal, Toms River. He was born in Newark and lived in Nutley before moving here two years ago. Before his retirement nine years ago, Mr. Bieniek was a coil winder for Engelhardt Industries, Newark. He had been employed by the firm for 17 years. Mr. Bieniek was a communicant of St. Bonaven-ture's Roman Catholic Church, here, and was a member of the Lavallette Senior Citizens. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Jane Bieniek; his daughter, Mrs. Barbara McDermott, Murray Hill; nis mother, Mrs. Tekla Bieniek, Newark, his sister, Mrs. Mary Sawicki, and his brother, Michael Bieniek, both Newark. The Van Hise and Callagan Funeral Home, Point Pleasant, is in charge of arrangements. JOHN J. CARLIN HIGHLANDS - John J. Carlin, 78, of 107 Navesink Ave., died yesterday at Monmouth Medical Center, Long Branch. Mr. Carlin was born in Newark and lived here four years. He was formerly of Harrison, where he was employed as a custodian for the Harrison Public Library. Mr. Carlin was a member of the Knights of Columbus, Our Lady of Grace Council No. 402, Harrison. He was a communicant of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Amelia Stevens Carlin; two sons, George, Kearney, and Harry, Highlands; a daughter, Miss Irene Carlin, Newark; one grandchild, and a great-grandchild. Posten's Funeral Home, Atlantic Highlands, is in charge of arrangements. DE WITT L. CLARK TOMS RIVER - Dewitt L. Clark, a retired Western Union executive, died at the Toms River Convalescent Center Thursday. He was 94. Mr. Clark, 418 Washington St., was born in Bloomfield and lived there until he moved here 25 years ago. He worked for Western Union in the Newark area until he retired in 1950. He was a member of the First Baptist Church of Toms River. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Leonora W. Clark. The Anderson and Campbell Funeral Home, here, is in charge of arrangments. DALPIIA RAE HACKLER NEW SHREWSBURY -Dalpha Rae Hackler, 63, of 16 Mulberry Lane, died yesterday at Patterson Army Hospital. He was a veteran of Worn War II and retired from the U.S. Navy. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Florence C. Keller Hackler, a son, Clyde C, New Shrewsbury; a brother, Paul, Toole, Utah, and a sister. Mrs. Doris Overpeck, Tcrre Haute, Ind. The William S. Anderson Funeral Home, Red Bank, has charge of arrangements. IN MEMORIAM ONETrJohnTjr. Happy Birthday John and Daddy wherever you are. Althounh you're gone, you're not very '" Why Cod took you so youuK. no one ful)v understands. But He only lakes the best, so he needed vou in his plans. Our thoughts are with tour ever d,Your kindness, thouifhtfulnesa and wonderful way. Our short yean with you will remain In our heart. We'll never forget you although we had to part. peace always; we love you sol people forget, but If they could only know, You were our everything, our foundation, our life. But we ll try to go on without you In spite of our suffering and strife. Sadly missed by your loving wife and children. ROBERTSON Simeon. In loving memory of my father who died May 22, 1970. Mav his soul rest in peace. His daughter, Anneliita Do.ler HIOIt7.ll 10 Al. age 37. Entered eternltv Apr. 23. 1972. Forever yours, now reads eternally yours. Marianne. HJAJJ.!JAl.l.l.V.l.l!rVIAlAI.'.UJa!JmU.ll.U Audition S PORTABLE RADIO FM AM. So id Stolt. Battorw MIDDLEBROOK ivivivivriTrmcoupoiiiYiYiVT?rfTnm Mgr iio-J ,'r-i DiAL OUR NAME".. XR Nl.)MHt' Sat., May 20, 1971 13 FRED BRINKMAN SR. POINT PLEASANT -Fred Brinkman Sr., 74, of 1684 East Drive, died yesterday at home. Mrs. Brinkman was born in Newark and lived in Union for 22 years before moving here 20 years ago. He was employed by the United Parcel Service, Newark, for 20 years. He retired 10 years ago from the Wood Newspaper Co., Plain-field. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Dorothy Mayer Brink-man; a son, Frederick Jr., at home; two sisters, Mrs. Emma Bier, Teaneck, and Mrs. Elsie Featherston, Cedar Glen City, Manchester Township. The Colonial Funeral Home, Brick Township, is in charge of arrangements. DEATH KOTWES BIFN1EK Walnon J., nee M, ef in Prlnci-tnn Av. Livalletta N.J., on MT 18th. 1972. Beloved husband of Jan, devoted father of Mm. Barbara MeDer-mott, IiivIiik ann of Mr. Tekla Blenlrk, brother of Mrs. Marv Bawlrkl and Mlrhael Bieniek. Funeral from Van Hise and Calluijan Funeral fluriif. II J Arnold Avenue, point Pleaf.ant. On Monday. May 22nd. 1972, at a.m.. with ttie Funeral Mass at SI. Bonaven-ture R.C. Church, Lavallette at 9 a.m. Interment Ka.it HldKelawn CemeterT. Delawanna N.J. Friends mav call at the funeral home 2-4 7 9 D m. Bat. and Sun. BRINKMAN 1B4 East Drive, May 19 at home. Dorothy, devoted Fred 8r.. t T4, M Point Pleaaant. on Beloved husband of father of Frederlrlt Jr., dear brother of Mm. Emma Bter. and Mrs. Elule Featherston. Relatives and friends are respectfully lnvlied to attend the funeral servlee, at the Colonial Funeral Home, 2170 Hwv. HH. Brlrk Town, N.J. on Monday, May 22 at 1 00 p m. Vlstlnir hours 7 10 Baturdav. 2 4. 710 Sunday Interment Ilollvwood Memorial Park, Union, N.J. HOAI.CRAFT Krenst O., of Hi Rockwell Ave., Lone Branch, on Wed. May 17, at Monmouth Medical Center. Friends may rail at Hie Robert A. Braun Home for Funerals, los Broad St., Eatontown, today May 20. 7 n m. Funeral services Mon. from the Barber Funeral Home, Lavtonsvllle, Maryland. HOWLETT Georne W. aire 7S of 140 Woodland Ave., Neptune City. Beloved husband of Mary Ann, father of Dorothy Wood, Audrey Slkora, Marlon Mount and brother of Lorralna McLaren and Stanley. Funeral services 2 p.m. Monday. May 22 at The Francioni, Taylor and Lopez Funeal Home. 1200 10th it Atkins Aves., Neptune. Hev. Thomas Naulee officiating. Interment Monmouth Memorial Park; Frleida may call Sunday. 2-4 and 7-9. MIDI) Clarence D., tioo Jefferson Ave., Avon, on May 19. Beloved husband of Charlotte (nee Flynn), falher ol Mrs. Fleanor Kennev, Mrs. Alyce Covle, Mrs. Joan .). Kelly. Mrs. Charlotte Lyons and Mrs. Beverly Kralt. Funeral Mon. Mav 22, 9 30 a.m. from the Daniel A. Reilly Funeral Home. 8lh Ave. and D St., Belmar. Funeral Mass 10 a.m., Church of Bt. Elizabeth, Avon. Interment. St. Catharine's Cemetery. Rosary Sunday. II p.m. Visiting Sat., 7-9, Sun., 3-5 and 7-9. LESTER Helen O. (nee Gibson) on May 1J, 1972, of Spring Lake Heluhts. Beloved wife of the late Clifford Lester, dear moder of Robert Lester and Mrs. Marjorle Dolling, dear sister of Edward C. Gibson. Relatives and friends are kindly Invited to attend the funeral see. vice from the Funeral Home of James r. Caffrey It Son. 809 Lyons Ave., corner of Park Pl Irvlngton. on Mon. morning. May 22. at 10 a.m. Cremation. Rosedale Crematory, Orange. Frlenda may call Sat. and Sun., 2-5 and Ml p.m. MATTICE MrsAn!i rni n,-i til. of 170 Larchwood Ave., Oakliur.it. on May IS. Mother of Mrs. Carol A Allen. Sister of Mrs. V.dm M Frieh-llch. Grandmother of Ablnall t. Allen. Funeral service Mon.. May 22, at 11 a.m. at' the Ely Funeral Home, 514 2nd Ave., Asbury Park. The Rev. John B Blair officiating. Interment Monmouth Memorial Park Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home Sat. 7-9. Sun. 2-4, 7-9. Contributions to the Memorial Fund .'if the 1st United Methodist Church, Oakhurst, will be appreciated. MOUNT Mary Fitzner, age 37 of 70 Colby Avenue. Manasauan on May 19th, 1972. Wife of the late William A. Moimt. Graveside services at Atlantic View Cemetery, Manasquan on Monday May 22nd. at 2:30 p.m. Frlenda may call at the Robert C. Neary Funeral Home, 39 South St. Manasquan Sun. T-l p.m. PANTALEO Leo, 7B, on May 19, of 1322 Corlies Ave., Neptune, beloved fatlier of Leonard, tfack, Marvann. and Lucille. Funernl from the Francioni, Tavlor, and Lopez Funeral Home, mm lOlh and Alklns Ave., Neptune, at 9 30 a.m. Monday. Mny 22. Funeral Muss at 10 a.m. al Our I.atlv of Mount Carmel Clinch. Interment at Mount Calvary Cemetery. Rosary ft p.m. Sunday. Friends mav call Sunday 2-5 and 710. SARU.I.O Pauline DeMarco. 7?, of !M2 Creslvlew Terrace, Point Pleasant, on Friday. Mav 19, 1972. Wife of Thomas, molher of Cerolma Burke, Calherlne Bunllaro. Angela Scheller. Sister .f Jrisenhlne Lol'reslo. Funeral from Meehan Funeral Honir, MSR Warren Ave., Spring Lake Heights, Tiles-day, ft 30 a.m. The Funeral Mass, HI. Denis Church. Manasquan, 9 a m. Entombment, Ocean County Memorial Park. Visitation, Sat., Sun.. Mon.. 2 5 and 7 9 p.m. SETTLE Estelle 0. age 77 of da Riverside Ave., Red Bank on Frl May 19, 1972. Devoted Molher of Mrs. Margaret Homestead and Mrs. Marie C.lb- bous. Funeral services 11 a.m. Monday at the Worden Funeral Home. (W F. Front St., Red Bank. Interment Altantle View Cemetery, Manasquan. friends mav call at the funeral hum 1-1 and 7-9 Sun. WHITE Albert 11 , of IBJI f st , S. Hehnar. on Mon.. Mav lit. I!l"i. Husband of the lale Marnaret Armstrong White. Devoted lalhrr of II Raymond White. Gloria M-icDnnald, Alberta Held and JoAnne Mount. Brother of Vincent Funeral fr.nn the Buck-lev Funeral Home. TiOO 2nd Ave , Anbury Park, on Mnn.. Mav 22. at It .'to a.m. Ma-vs In Ascension Chinch, Bradley Beach 9 a in. Interment St. Catharine's Cemetery. Hnvarv Sun. al 7 p.m. Friends may call al the funeral home on Sat. ami Sun. from 2-4, 7 9 pm In lieu of flouers please contribute lo the MniiiniKltli Canity Chae ter of the American Cancer .Society. 123 Cor Ilea Ave., Allenhili st. Department Stores tltctnc SHOPPING CENTER 14 242.-6635

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