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A6 Asbury Park Press, Tues. June 12, 1979 Asbury Park Press. Tues. June 12, 1979 A7 Whale's 'Doctors' Persist Of I'f A )AI ixzl ll rM) fc I 111 lls va lie rifi itiiiiii 7V til I- iv A-T Mauling By Leopard Is Probed NETCONG (AP) A U.S. Department of Agriculture investigation could result in death for the circus leopard that fatally mauled a 5-year-old Bible school pupil.

Investigators revealed yesterday they are questioning officials of the Roberts Brothers Top Three Circus in Lebanon, about last Thursday's fatal accident during a performance in Washington Township. The victim, Jerome J. Vaccarezza, was buried yesT terday as more than 300 mourners gathered. The boy bled to death after the 175-pound leopard lashed out at him when he got to close during a performance. Morris County Prosecutor Peter Manahan has said he would not file criminal negligence charges against the circus or the leopard's owner.

The USDA said it could revoke the licenses of both if negligence is found. The investigation is expected to continue for about a week. A report will be filed with the department's animal welfare program. "We could also have the animal killed if we find a need for that. I can't comment on what will happen, however, until all the evidence is in," said Carmelo Gonzalez for the USDA regional office in Albany, N.Y.

Jerome, known by family and friends as "J.J.," led a "life full of joy," said the Rev. Joseph Logatto, during funeral services held in St. Michael's Church here. The priest asked the congregation to pray for all chil. 25 OFF MM' "(fjCli SALE s375 Sofas, your choice, reg.

OUR BEST-SELLING SOFAS A. Striped cut velvet 80" sofa in blue, rust or cocoa. Regularly $575 B. Hand-quilted border multicolor floral print 84" sofa. Regularly $475 C.

Corduroy Herculon velvet 88" sofa in fawn, brown or brick. Regularly $500 MINOLTA SC-II SLR CAMERA Keep your eyes on your subject and just match the needles in the viewfinder for perfect exposures. Depth of Field preview button, 45mm f2 lens bayonet lens mount. Not at Princeton. Originally $230 NOW 170 EMERSON LED CLOCK-RADIO Listen to audio portion of favorite TV shows, get the update on the weather.

Bright LED display that's easy to read. Sleep switch, snooze control and 24-hour alarm. I Not at Princeton. Regularly $60 SALE $40 HS. CHRONOGRAPHALARM WATCH It's a watch, it's a stopwatch.

LCD readout shows hours, minutes, seconds, month, date, time in another time zone. No-reset 24-hour alarm, much more. By Criterion. Silvertone, Orig. 1978 price $125 NOW $40 Goldtone.

Orig. $125, Now $50 Intermediate markdowns have been taken. EUREKA UPRIGHT VACUUM Vibra Groomer II" with beaterbarbrush really gets out deep-down dirt. 6-position adjustment for bare floors to thick shag. Plus hose, adapter, crevice tool, 2 brushes, wand.

NEW SPRING DESIGNER AND TRADITIONAL SUITS Two and three piece suits with side or center vented jackets and belt loop flares. From such notable designers as Botany, Calvin Klein, Yves St. Laurent, Givenchy, more. Reg. $150 to $245 There is an additional charge for alterations.

Not at Princeton. Plainfield or Morristown. MEN'S SEPARATES FROM A VERY FAMOUS MAKER We can't say who, but you'll recognize the impeccable tailoring. Put together gentleman's jacket, vest and slacks in solid brown, navy, tan or grey texturized polyester. Regularly $20 to $60 863 EVERYTHING A YOUNG MAN NEEDS Short sleeve knit, terry, gauze shirts plus shorts.

Straight or boot leg jeans in denim, canvas or poplin. Sport and dress shirts with the new collars. Suits, sportcoats. dress slacks and separates. Regularly 55 25 OFF MISSES' KORET COORDINATES Two beautifully tailored collections of solid and patterned put-togethers.

Select summer tops, pants, skirts, jackets and more in mauve creamnavy or aquapeachwhite. Regularly 30 OFF WOMAN'S WORLD SUMMER SAVINGS Put-together coordinate jackets, vests, skirts, slacks and tops. Tank tops, pullovers and button-front shirts. Daytime to after-five one piece dresses. Regularly 20 to 25 OFF SAVINGS FOR TEENS AND GIRLS Teens' T-shirts, shorts, swimwear and terry separates.

Big and little girls' sundresses, sleepwear, spring jackets, shorts and cool tops. Plus little girls' swimwear and jeans. Regularly $3 $19 20 tO 25 OFF SAVINGS FOR BOYS Big and little boys' swimsuits and coordinating tank tops. Colorful knit tops, shorts and pajamas. Plus little boys' light spring jackets and short sets.

Regularly 20 OFF STERLING SILVER VERMEIL CHAINS So flattering against your summer tan. Choose from serpentines, infinities, ropes and many more in anklet, bracelet and long and short necklace lengths. Regularly 30 OFF SUEDE SOFT-SIDER LUGGAGE Real suede strapped with leather-look polyu-rethane. Choose from tote bags, pullmans, or the garment bag in brown or tan. Wouldn't Dad love a new set Regularly 25 OFF Queen-size sleeper-sofas, your choice, Reg.

SALE $475 Sofaloveseat sets, your choice, Reg. 125 SALE $695 dren who will die in 1979, The Year of the Child, and said he hoped "the sacrifice WEEKDAY TO WEEKEND SPORTCOATS AND SLACKS Patterned sportcoats with center vents, 2-button front and notched lapels. Coordinate them with the solid gentleman's flares with belt loops. Polyester-wool, more. Regularly $35 to $95.

of his family and would benefit all the suffering and dying children in the If purch. sep. $100: $75 Vacuum $85, Tools $15 Not at Princeton. iiLmwniyiiWfmiW'w world. "J.J.'s life was short.

But MYSTIC, Conn. (AP) -Aquarium officials struggled yesterday to keep an ailing, 600-pound pilot whale alive after it was flown to Mystic from Atlantic City. r. A spokeswoman for Mystic Marinelife Aquarium said staff members spent the day in the large tank, "walking" whale, keeping its blow hole above water so it n't drown. The whale is stricken with i pneumonia and possible injury to its central nervous system.

It received an anti- bfotic inoculation yesterday, and officials were awaiting the results of a series of laboratory tests. Laura Kezer, a spokes- woman, said the whale had eaten several pounds of fish since its arrival, which she said was a good sign. The olive-black male, 1 which beached itself in Wild-wood May 26, was airlifted from the Marine Mammal Stranding Center in Atlantic City to Trumbull Airport in Groton, and then taken by National Guard truck to the aquarium where it arrived at about 3 a.m. "It seems to have some very strange swimming habits," Ms. Kezer said.

"But we haven't had enough time to determine whether this is a problem with its ability to swim or if it's a behavioral thing. "Someone who saw it bumping into the sides of the tank said the whale had the turning radius of a Mack she said with a laugh. The whale, which is be-lieved to be 3 or 4 years old, is in the same tank with another of the aquarium's "rescue" projects, the only known Commerson's dolphin in captivity. The rare, piebald (spotted) dolphin has been here for nearly six months. It was seized after being shipped illegally into the United States en route from Argentina to Japan.

"We're very pressed for room here," Ms. Kezer said. "The two animals seemed to get along." The New Jersey center had nursed the whale through several brushes with death in the last 16 days. The whale was moved to the Con- necticut aquarium to combat its infections. Reldan Jail Mate Testifies HACKENSACK (AP) A paroled Rahway State Prison convict testified yesterday that Robert Reldan confided toThim in 1976 it was an accident the bodies of two women he is alleged to have killed were found.

Allison Williams of Pleas-antville, who agreed to testify against Reldan in exchange for a reduced prison term, said the conversation took place while the two were in the prison. Reldan, 39, is on trial in Superior Court here on he abducted and slew Susan Heynes, 28, of Haworth, and Susan Reeve, 22, of Demarest. Their bodies were found in late October 1975, in separate wooded areas of Rockland County, Y. Williams told the jury Reldan complained about New Jersey exercising jurisdiction over the murder case. "What was the use of taking the bodies up there," Reldan said, according to Williams.

The witness also testified Reldan told him, "I'm very careful not to leave any let us pray that his family's sacrifice will help children who are abused or who are, suffering and dying," he told about 300 mourners. mmmmm ORIENTAL LOOK WOOL PILE RUG Traditional designs, carefully woven through the back for years of wear. Kerman in ivory, red or blue, Sarouk in red or ivory. Additional sizes on sale, too. 8'2'xl 1'2" Reg.

$400 SALE $250 Not at Princeton or Morristown. TWO FAMOUS MAKER RECLINERS Choose Lane "Spa" massageheat style in brownbeige plaid. Or Kroehler 3-position in i brown vinyl or green or brown Herculon Reg. Your choice SALE 145 KRUPS "SLICE ALL" ELECTRIC SLICER Quickly slice deli-thin coldcuts for homemade heros. Or, slice cheese, bread, vegetables chunky-thick.

Stay-sharp Solingen stainless i' Ye iir 5 i 1 ''1 I 3 nmwmmmmmmmmm I jt 6 Ci 0 6 J- fS fi i4 .1 II, 7 'TMmvjL MEN'S SHORT SLEEVE DRESS SHIRTS Impeccably tailored by one of his favorite famous makers. Lustrous tone-on-tone pattern in white, blue, grey or tan polyester-cotton that stays crisp looking all day. Regularly $15 SALE 41 FAMOUS MAKER SPORT SEPARATES Sportswear from a very famous maker who knows how to tailor for the active man. Choose from tennis shorts, knit tops and terry tops and shorts in rustwhitecamel or bluenavywhite. Regularly $13 to $17 20 OFF MARANTZ 33 WAn COMPONENT SYSTEM AMFM stereo receiver with high filter, FM muting.

BSR changer with magnetic cartridge, anti-skate. Pair of 3-way speakers in simulated wood cabinets. If purch. sep. $620: $379 Receiver $3b0.

Changer $70. Speakers $200 pr 'Continuous power rating is 33 watts rms per channel into 8 ohms from 20 to 20,000 Hi with no more than 0 I THD Not at Princeton. SUPRE-MACY 19" COLOR TV The color's bright and natural with the black matrix picture tube. AFT locks-in the best possible reception. Full one-year in-home service, including parts and labor, at no extra charge.

Originally $425 NOW $300 19" picture measured diagonally. Not at Princeton. Jerome's sister Elaine, 13, cried throughout the service. Her parents, Jerome Sr. and Joan, and had to help the grief-stricken girl to and from the church.

During erarlier services at the Pichi Funeral Home in Stanhope, Elaine knelt before her brother's open cas ket, stroked the boy's hair and tearfully whispered to him. The boy was attacked by the leopard as he and a 10-year-old neighbor, Mary Jo Eyrich, were returning to their seats during a circus performance. N.J. Court Upheld In Abortions TRENTON (AP) Non-sectarian, non-profit hosp: tals in New Jersey may not deny services to women seeking abortions in the first three months of pregnancy, a state appeals court ruled yesterday. The Appellate Division of Superior Court said recent U.S.

Supreme Court decisions on abortion do not invalidate a state court decision that New Jersey's "conscience law" does not apply to non-sectarian, nonprofit hospitals. Under the state's "conscience law," hospitals are permitted to refuse services or procedures to women seeking abortions. The Appellate Division ruled in a suit brought by Bridgeton Hospital Associa tion Inc. The hospital association contended a trilogy of cases decided on June 20, 1977, by the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the right of non-sectari ian, non-profit hospitals to deny abortion services to women.

The Appellate Division said, however, the federal justices held only that states are not required to financially assist in the exercise of the right to an abortion. The prohibition against states directly hindering the exercise of that right was preserved, the Appellate Division said. The New Jersey Supreme) Court relied on that prohibition in ruling that the "conscience law" does not apply to non-sectarian, non-profit hospitals, the three-judge! panel said. steel blade. Regularly $65 SALE 55 CLUB 8-PC.

ALUMINUM COOKWARE SET Easy-clean chocolate or harvest gold porcelain on even-heating aluminum. 1 and 2-qt. cover- ed saucepans, 1 W-qt. double boiler insert, cov. Dutch oven and 10" skillet.

Regularly $70 SALE 50 DECANTERS AND DECANTER SETS Choose from our entire stock. Clipper ship designs, clear contemporaries, cut and etched designs for his whiskey or wine. Regularly 20 tO 50 OFF Not at Princeton WOVEN TABLECLOTHS, 7 SIZES, 1 PRICE Visa" polyester tablecloths with a special stain-release finish so spills come right out in the wash. Nine great summer colors in seven sizes. Napkins also sale priced.

Orig. NOW $13 HALF PRICE: OPEN WEAVE DRAPERIES Let sunshine and breezes in, yet keep your privacy. White or shell machine washable polyester. Double and triple sizes also sale PnCed Single, Reg. $20 SALE $10 Not at Princeton QUILTED FLORAL BEDSPREAD Bunches of fresh picked flowers on green or ricepaper.

Polyester-cotton with Kodel" polyester fiberfill. Full, queen and king plus draperies also sale priced. Twin, Originally $35 NOW $17 Not at Princeton PLUS GREAT SAVINGS FROM THE BUDGET STORE Men's vested suits in solids, patterns plus solid blazers. Reg. 10 33 OFF There is an additional charge for alterations Men's poplin slacks and texturized polyester dress flares.

Reg. 20 OFF Men's short or long sleeve dress shirts in solids or patterns. Reg. 25 OFF Men's short sleeve plaid, knit terry or cotton sportshirts Reg. 20-25 OFF Men's activewear tops and shorts plus jogging suits, sweatshirts.

Reg. 20 OFF Young men's sportcoats, pleated pants, dress slacks, terry shirts. Reg. 20 OFF Misses' and women's dresses in T-shirt looks, terry, vested, more. Reg.

25 OFF Misses' shorts, scooter skirts, cotton jeans, and separates Reg $6 $12 20-25 OFF Women's summer tops, cinch waist and wrap skirts, leans, pants. Reg. 6.50-$19 25 OFF Juniors' shorts, rompers, short sets plus shirts and pants. Reg. 20 OFF Girls' tops, shorts, skirts, pants; boys' tops, swimwear, shorts.

Reg. 2.99-$15 25 OFF A 1 ry i 9 11 1 Hit UIm'A 1 I i II i-4 Pharmacy Department Invites Comparison I- 5i i i I hpi Our pri(fS on you' fipit fipttori You II be th livings on pvtr fUy low prices mi uriv.iie st4t and union pri'si riptions MISSES' FAMOUS MAKER DRESSES A wide selection from the names you know best, such as Sue Brett and Butte Knit. Choose from daytime terry, boucle knits, evening sheers, skirt sets and more. Petites sizes too. Regularly 25 to 40 OFF JUNIORS' ON-THE-GO WEAR Summer pants: belted, beltless, pleated or cut like jeans.

Leg baring shorts: western cut, pleated, track style and more. Plus solid or patterned tops to go with them. All in brights and lights. Regularly tO 30 OFF iwy Prescription dllrxnt-ri Jt Two Guyl Phrmcr comet with a receipt. SPRING MAID "CHALLIS ROSE" SHEETS Romantic wallpaper print rose blooms and stripes on a field of white.

No-iron polyester-cotton percale. Full and queen flat or fitted and cases are also sale-priced. Twin, Originally $8 each. NOW 2 for $7 SEALY MATTRESS OR FOUNDATION Sealy extra firm mattress or foundation now at half-price. Rayon damask cover, hundreds of steel coils for firm support.

Twin mattress or foundation, Reg. $130 SALE $65 Full mattress or foundation, Reg. $190 SALE $95 Queen mattress or Reg. $250 SALE $125 BUY A SET AND SAVE 50 ON THE FRAME. TOO I New Location Not at Princeton.

REMEMBER: TWO GUVS PHARMACY TOUR GOOD HEALTH IS OUR GREATEST CONCERN Phermecy locations BORDENTOWN BRICK TOWN MANAIAPAN UNION WOOOBRIDGE charge on Sorry, no or phone orders Items shon representative ol sa.e merchandise Not all styles on sale but a vast selecl.on to Choose from. Some quantity Furniture. Mattresses. Cameras, Stereos. TVs, Digital Watches, Vacuum, Rugs, Sheets.

Drapene. Bedspread, Tablecloth, Not all sizes and colors in all styles. Intermediate markdowns may have been taken. At all Bamberger stores unless otherwise indicated. There is an additional delivery Across from Mart I LESTER GLENN I RUO OPFI-TllMt BlVri Glassware, Cookware and Small Electrics.

Budget store at an oamDerger stores except rrinceion. riainneia ana ucean loumy I. Tomorrow shop Bamberger's Monmouth, Ocean County, East Brunswick and Quaker Bridge from 10 A.M. until 9:30 P.M. Tomorrow shop Bamberger's Monmouth, Ocean County, East Brunswick and Quaker Bridge from 10 A.M.

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