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Asbury Park, New Jersey
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A12 ASBURY PARK PRESS, Sept. 30, 1975 4 Youths Killed In Collision EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP (AP) Three teen-age brothers and a classmate were killed in a two-car crash here yesterday as they sped to school, police said. The small, foreign car driven by Ronald Kirk was going at an "excessive speed" on Tilton Road when it went out of control and struck an oncoming vehicle, police said. Kirk's car was demolished. Killed with him were James Childs, 18, and his brothers, Michael, 16, and Kenneth, 14.

All four were from Cardiff. They were en route to Abse-gami High School in Mays Landing, where Childs co-captained the footballl team. Kirk, 17, and Michael Childs were also on the squad, while Kenneth played freshman football. The other driver, Mrs. Margaret Madsen, 50, of Linwood, was in serious condition at Shore Memorial Hospital in Somers Point.

Students at the high school reportedly are not allowed to drive to school. The accident occurred near the National Aviation Facilities Experimental Center traffic circle in this Atlantic County Township. Drug Law Studied By Policemen SEA GIRT The 119th class in a special drug law enforcement training program for municipal officers, conducted at the State Police Training Center in Sea Girt, has graduated the following area patrolman: Thomas C. Wombough, III, Eatontown; James J. Murphy, Hazlet; Oliver J.

Boucher, Howell Township; Patrick E. Caron, Long Branch; John W. Cox, Mata-wan; Michael P. Murray, Monmouth Beach; Robert J. Kopp, Neptune; William L.

Scialla, Ocean Township; Harold W. Breiner, Wall Township, and Michael Panzarino, Dover Township. The program, conducted by the State Police Academy Staff in cooperation with the State Association of Chiefs of Police, is geared to prepare police departments throughout the state to effectively cope with the problems of drug law violation. Topics for the one-week resident classes include instruction by members of the State Police Narcotics Bureau in the following sub' jects: New Jersey drug laws; drug identification; analysis and handling of evidence; conducting drug investiga tions; arrest and seizure, and THE TIME HAS COME other related topics. The classes also included instruction in the problem of teen-age drug abuse, rehabi litation methods and effec tive cooperation among enforcement agencies.

Board Unit TO PUT PfflCE Names 40 To Panel AGAIN. TOGETHER Price Pride. Sidebyside. Shoulder to shoulder, we worked together at for over 100 years. That's what made the Great great.

Then Blooey! The grocery business changed. And Pride was forced to take a back seat. He suffered quietly. And suffered, too. Things weren't always so great at the Great We know it.

You know it. Price without Pride is no bargain. The time has come to put Price Pride together again. TRENTON Forty school board members have been appointed to the legislative committee of the New Jersey School Boards Association, (NJSBA), by the association's board of directors. The legislative committee, whose function is to research, analyze and adopt a position on all state legislative proposals which directly affect district boards of education, is comprised of one member from each legislative district in the state.

Membership of the committee was expanded from 12 to 40 members last spring to improve the legislative effectiveness of the NJSBA in meeting the needs of local school boards. Chairman of the committee is Walter J. Kent, vice-president for legislation of the NJSBA. Jury Indicts 21 On Drug Counts NEW YORK (AP) A federal grand jury yesterday accused 20 men and four women among them the warden of a New Jersey county jail of conspiring in a narcotics ring in 1971-72. An 18-count indictment named Albert T.

Collier of East Orange, 50, warden of the Essex County jail in Newark, and 23 others as scheming in heroin and cocaine dealings in New York and New Jersey. If we can't do it, nobody can..

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