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ASBURY PARK EVENING PRESS (THE EVENING NEWS), WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1914 On the Home Front FOI NTAIN I'EN CEILINGS TRENTON Bulletins giving inductions on ceiling prices for fountain prns and mechanical pen-cila. and gift package are now ivailable to retailcr at rationing 1 boards. Copies may be obtained at ; the Trenton district (). V. A. oflice. Fountain pens and mechanical pencill must now be imprinted or lagged with the retail ceiling price, brand name and model number by i the manufacturer. The other bul-- letin outlines the changes in pricking gift and holiday packages as-. sembled by retailei. "Assessor Loses At Union Uracil (Special to The Press) CMON HKACII -Assessor Jnlin M. Friel was upset in his reelection bid yesterday, going down to defeat, 6fift-fi24, before a IJemo- ' eratlc candidate, Ilurtis Aumack. In pitt of the Friel defeat, two Republican candidate for boro council were elected. They were . Fdwln Masson, reelected with 822 votes, and F.dwaid Conroy, 67(1. The Democratic candidates were William Brown, who polled 543, and Joseph Coffey, 42r. Ocraii IJitIitI TIhtc Ocean township voters reelected three officials, whose candidacies weie unopposed, in yesterday a election. Those returned to oflice were Committeeman F.arle O Bennett, and Assessor.!. Ashley Wool- , ley. both Republicans, and Tax Collector Harry F. Davis, Democrat. The Weather Sl'N, MOON AND TIDES Today Bn rufi 7 IS . m . f f M p m. Moon rl.rs 12 tl a m ; vi S 41 p. m Hilrh icr a 20 . m , 2 to p m, low nr t JS m : S 21 p. tn Tomorrow Rjn rtfcra 7 17 r rn ; hf f !,ri p tn Mfion Mac 1 10 a. m ; ' 1 !1 p m. HiHh water i 13 a. in , :i in p (n Low t'r Dili m : 10 11 p m For tin Fnrlhrnmnty UnlUtayi, IndulQl in tlie l.uj-ijy nf Modern and Individual Hairstyling DsnyriKl ,y Out Om n JCiprrfi U TOUR BEAUTICIANS Ulh Ave. anil F St., Opp P. O. Telephone J770 Hrlmar All I'rrmanrnla and ( old Wae (iiiamnlrril Open W'tii Ei i . Clmtil SnI RE-ELECTED! oar-, f -""t '' --'4 " "r "J "DOC" KOHBONITS Wins With 84,147 Votes Grateful, enthusiastic voters return Monmouth County's Leading Druggist to a long held oflice as "Vour Druggist." IS AI'I'IIK IAIIn H)R VOI R VOIF OF CONFIIHNCF, I IIFRFRV SOI.FMM PIIOMISF TO SFRVE Al l, THE PFOIM F WHO SI I K ANY ONE OF OCR VARIOt'S SIRVICFS AT 700 MATTISON AVENUE, ASBURY PARK TELEPHONE A. P. 50 MANY SI'M UIIU) SI ItYICFS A II V. HINDI RID I N-MH ONE HOOK 11 V A PI I ASANI'. II IK II NT ORGANIZATION, EACH I II AIM I) IN I III IK FIELD. FIRST OK ALL W E ARK A HEALTH SI KI( E SI ATION We lake great pride In having drug store items from the near and far corners of the world, such as 1)1 ININE PILLS (on prescriptions only), MENTHOL. OIL WIN TEKCREEN, Rl RUING ALCOHOL. RITIIII It . LOVES. 1(1 It It I K SHIIT-ING, ( III T( IIES. ARCH SI PPORTS. SPONGES, ItOIIIIIE, HAIR, STKAK.IIT AND SUI TY PINS. HARMS CANDIES (all vou wand. ( OMPLI I E SCRtilCAL APPLIANCE DEPARTMENT, I HI SSI S, AHIKIMIN I, SI PPORTS, SA( -RO ILIAC SI PPORTS, elr. KITTED BY EXPERTS. SECONDLY Will N IN (.ODD HEALTH AND VOL ARE SEEKING PLLASI RE AND RELAXATION M K OPERATE THE ASItl HV PARK TRAVEL SERVICE Call lis for reser-vallons hv air. rail or bus, also hotrl reservations anvwhere In the Lnlted Stales. Canada, South America or Mexico. MKF. RESERVATION'S NOW TO I LORIOV, CALIFORNIA OR POCONO MOI'N I AIN HI SORTS. I I T I S SERVE YOC IN YOI It EVHtY NEED! EVERY DAY IS I I I ( I ION DY your ballot for every day reference. J PRESCRIPTIONS H STAMPS AND COINS BOUGHT AND SOLD CIGARS AND CIGARETTES CUTLERY, SCISSORS, NAIL CLIPS, TWEEZERS ' FIRST AID SUPPLIES CANDIES, LARGE ASSORTMENT ' ( tl, "I I I ( Tl(" OH I K Abbott's Brick Ice Cream, 30c Pt. I.JMITFD ni.Hi vai n i . Fftl ( s lff HILLS' ASBURY PARK DRUG STORE WILLIAM JOS. KOItnOMTS. Proprietor 700 Wattlson Avenue Asbury Park, N. J. Telephone A. P. 50 4'lunf nyui. tml ni nprirn i imnlum We hnr Wltit Hi. 147 rrnrrtpllom or ihr repl'' "I Atburu Park nd cirtnll President Thanks Dewey for Statement HVDE PARK, UP) President Roosevelt, at 3:30 a. m. today Kent the following telegram to Gov. Thomas E. Dewey: "I thank you for your statement which I have heard over the air a few minutes ago." The telegram waa dispatched from the president's Hyde Park home 15 minutes after Dewey had conceded his defeat. Local Happenings Mrs. Gertrude Gilpin and Miss .lanet MacCormick are guests at the Elea-Dor Rest home, 513 Sum-merfield avenue. Mrs. Walter Taylor, Second avenue, Mrs. J. I.ylc Kinmonth, Miss Maude Wilkins and Mrs. Allyn Ford of Ivy Hedge, West Allen- ihust, are in New York city today. I Mrs. Willard F. Hunt, who was on the West coast, has returned to the home of her parents, Mr. land Mrs. Harry fJ. Hurd, Deal. Mrs. James Murray, New Bruns-iwirk, has been visiting here and in Ocean Grove The Misses Kdna and Helen Gamble, Philadelphia, have been recent visitors here, their former home. Mrs. David Harrington. East Orange, a former summer resident, spent yesterday here. Mrs. Clifford Hemingway, Sixth avenue, has left, to spend the winter In Philadelphia. Miss Olivia Peterson, who spent the summer in Pennsylvania, has relurned to her Third avenue home. Mrs. Walter Dunfoid, Trenton, Is a guest of Mrs. William Haver-man. Kighlh avenue Miss Louise Mcllenry, F.mory street, lias returned from a vacation In the Poconos. Hospital Births I.AKF.WOOD A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. David Kims fl.'U Sixth street, I.akewood, at Paul Kimball hospital Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Slout. Maple avenue. Island Heights, are the parents nf a daughter born at the hospital Tuesday. POINT Pl.KASANT I'fc I.eon Ileadley and Mrs. Ileadley, 715 Trenton avenue. Point. Pleasant Reach, arp thp parents of a daughter born Tuesday al Point Pleasant hospital. Mrs. Ileadley is the former Miss Margharila Mailanl. POINT Pl.KASANT Mr and Mrs. Olaf Gullcstail. Allenwnod, are parents of a hoy born yesterday at Point Pleasant hospital. RKI) HANK Mr. and Mrs. K. . Tilton, 24 Kluabcth street. Keyport, are the parents of a son born early today at Riverview hospital Mrs. Tilton is Keyport staff correspondent for The Press. AT HILLS. Eollimlng is Come In, see for yourself. ELASTIC STOCKINGS, TRUSSES, ETC. f AIR, RAIL. BUS TICKETS, ANVWHERE HOTEL RESERVATIONS THEATRE TICKETS I I HONEYMOON TRIPS POST-WAR CRUISES QVAVTITY AM) I4Y MORE Ol IHH AT (All Rights Reserved, Ashury IXFCTI ON DISTRICTS 58 (1 District Missing) BarneKat City Ray Head Bearh Haven Bearhwood Berkeley Tw p.: First District Second District . . . Brick T p.: First District Second District . . . Dover Twp.: First, District Second District . . . Third District Fourth District ... Fifth District Sixth District .... Eagleswond Twp. . . , Harvey Cedars Island Bearh Island Heights Jackson Tup.: Fast District West District Laeey Twp I.akehurst Lakewond Twp.: First District Second District . . . Third District Fourth District . . . Fifth District Sixth District Seventh District .. Eighth District . . . Ninth District Tenth District Lavallrtte Little Ei Harbor . . Lnni Bearh Twp. .. Manchester Twp, . . . Mantnlnklnf Ocean Gate Ocean Twp Pine Beach Plumsted Tup.: First. District Second District .. Point Pleasant: First District Second District . . . Third District Point Pleasant Beach: First District Second District Thud District. Seaside Heights Seaside Park Ship Rottnm- Itcai h Arlington . . , South Toms River . . , Stafford Tup First Istrirl Second District Surf City Turkerton: First District Second District I'nlon Twp.: First District Second Distrirt ... Armed Services Totals IntrTlakcii Voters Name 1 lo('oiiiiil l Int,.il;,ken four Re mi b leans itiiinini! without opposition, were elected yesterday. 473 of 477 vot ers registered turned out to cast their ballots. Councilman George W. Crawford and Walter S. Sees were returned to council with votes of 31)3 and 382, respectively. Ross G. Cameron, running for a two-year term, received 391 votes and Councilman Harold C. MeeRhan. seeking tha remaining year of the post to whirh he was appointed year ago, received 394 votes. South-Africa,-which had only three factories equipped to produce war materials in 1939, had tillO by 1941. A. I. POLAND & CO. S2S Binfi Av. Aibury Park Jewelers Since 1899 Diamond Fniaaemrnt an4 Wed-dlnf Hints for the hand ynu love. $25 up Open Wed. and Sat. tvtningt FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST ASBURY PARK, N. J. hiniitint iM a Free Lecture on Christian Science "Christian Science: Its Case Against Idolatry" Dr. JOHN M. TUTT, C.S.B. Of KANSAS CITY. MISSOURI Member nr the Roord of r.frl'ir. hip nf the Mnfur Church. The f'ir.il Thurrh of Chritf. .Srln!il. Ml HtmUm, .VtaxsaWniAWr In the Asbury Park High School SUNSET AVCNUt SUNDAY AFTERNOON NOVEMBER 12, 1944 9 SO o'clock Dc-ori Opn At 2.4 Ocean County GENERAL ELECTION RETURNS Tuesday, November 7, 1944 Park Press) PUBLIC QIESTION PRESIDENT r. s. SENATOR I! a I I ? t . 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Mrs. Trenrry'a condition is good. Mr. I'.lixalirth A. Kirbv ORLANDO, Kin Mr.. Kli.aheth A. Kirhy, H7. of I.oim Hranrh. N '.I., riled Nov. 4 here where she waa visit Iiir her rlaujilitor, Mrs. J. K Usher, nf Orlando She had hern in failing health for the past six months and seriously ill for the past three weeks. Mrs. Kirhy, who was the daughter of the late ('apt. Gordon I'.if-ford and Mrs. Susan Gilford, is also survived hy another daughter. Mrs. Thomas ('. Sherman, fill Washing ton street. Long Uramh. and two 'sons, David and James Khby. The .lohn V. Klock and Sou funeral home, Long Branch, is in charge of the funeral arrangements. Mrs. Annie L'. I alkenhurt POINT PLEASANT- Mrs. Annie K. FalkenliuiR, 9-. w idow of John W. Falkenlnirg, Trenton avenue. Point Pleasant, died early Tuesday afler a IniKerini! illness She was a lifelong resident of Ocean county, and had lived for the past 21 years in Point Pleasant. She was a member nf the Oshorn-ville Baptist church. Surviving are three daughters. Mrs. Deborah Hi-ires. West Bel-if 'mar: Mrs Jennie Ilulse, Point Pleasant Reach; Mis Grare S. Jones. Point Pleasant horn; three sons. William K. Point Pleasant Beach: George. Point Pleasant boro. and Arthur Falkenhurg Adamston. Funeral services are in charge of the W. David DeHorhe funeral home of I.akewood, Deal Coiinl Favors Raises for Police The tabulation nf votes in Deal. tho not complete, indicated today that police will receive a IS per- rent Increase over their present salaries The other public question concerning the adoption of the state employes retirement system for horn employes Is also assured of passage, it appeared Si-a (iirt Hrrh'cN SF..A GIRT C'ouiuilnien George II. Gregory and I.. J. Cavanagli. Uepublicans were reelected to the horo council yesterday by polling 417 and 425 votes respectively (i. Ward Brash in military service was returned to the office of collector with a vole of 422 All candidates for office were unopposed CON-GRESS ASSEMBLYMAN ('ops Win Raise At Soi ill mar I Voters in South Belmar yester-iday approved police salary raises by a vote of 30H to SB. Mayor j Frank Herbert w as returned to office by a vote of 41!7 and Council-I men Fred Fulmer and Percy Keyn-jtnn received 4(12 and 403 votes, respectively. There was no oppo-jsilion. The police referendum call for BURNS I I tl. OIL ( Ol PON VALIDITY DATES LOR 1944-45 IVriod 1 IVrlnrl 2 i IVriod .1 rrrlnrl i ' ; r"lod 5 ( nupnnt for All Periods Remain Valid Thru August 31, 1945 TYDOL FUEL OIL 'blue coal' Koppers Coke TELEPHONES sSIU BV PARK SHIM BELMAR 1440 LAKEWOOD 1040 'i I . . 1 i . I ' I Mail (or take) $8.00 each Including Carting. Digging, Planting, Fertilizer and Stakes If Necessary. Check or money order cost at treea at $ N.ima Address (UNOFFICIAL) FREEHOLDER SHERIFF a $250 annual salary raiie for patrolmen and $300 a year for the chief. Miller, Clark Win BAY HEAD In the local contest for councilman, C. Blackburn Miller with a vote of 238 and Philip S. Clark, with 215 votes, both Republicans, were reelected to office, defeating James L. Irons, Democrat, who received 79 votes. There were 375 registered vot-era with 312 votes cast. BROS. July I, 144 Decemher 1. 144 January 15, 104.1 renruarjr a, l4 March 1, 1945 This Order to ASBURY PARK PLANNING BOARD City Offices, Asbury Park, N. J. Please plant treea on my property, at follows: Total Number Kind: ORIENTAL PLANE iSvramnre) Suggested for area tut of Grand Avenue. QSLGiR MAPLE Suggested for area west of Orand Avenue. far I to carer (10 urn ! enclosed. a T5J Parked Cars Hit On Lake wood Road (Special to The Press) LAKEWOOD. A car driven by Louis V. Moore, Lakehurst Naval Air Station, Monday night struck a parked car owned by Mrs. Ed Monola, 859 Newton avenue. Lawrence Pike, Pa., and drove it into the parked auto of Max Herbert, R. D. 2, Freehold. The parked vehicles were on Second itreet facing east, and the accident occurred when Moore, who was driving a car owned by-Charles H. Reeves, 124 East Fourth DEATH FALKENBL'RG Mrs. Annie E., age 92, of Trenton Ave., Pt. Pleasant Boro, earlv November 7th, 1944, wife of the late John W. Falkenburg. Funeral services Thursday, 2 P. M., at 814 Arnold Ave., Pt. Pleasant, the Rev. John S. Townley officiating. Interment at Osborneville Cemetery. Friends may call between 7 and 9 this evening at the Arnold Avenue address. 2adv KIR BY Elizabeth A., of Orlan-j do, Florida, November 4th. 1944,; widow of the late William H. Kir-1 hy, and devoted mother of Mrs.! Thomas C. Sherman, Long Branch, and Mrs. J. E. Fisher of Orlando, Florida and David and James Kir-: by. Funeral services will be held at the residence of her daughter,! Mrs. Thomas C. Sherman, 631 Washington St., Long Branch, Fri-1 day, 2:30 P.M. 2adv ROWDEN Emily B., of 50 Webb Ave, Ocean Grove, November 6th, 1944. at her home. Funeral, services Thursday morning, 10:30! o'clock at her late residence, the: Rev. Verne Smith officiating. In- 4 zZl Xh Two (2) TICKETS FREE If Vou Buy SI 00 War Bond Limit SO Tlrkets A Host of JOKES! K WAN KAPERS presents A Dizzy, Daring Comedy Laugh-Riot Entire Proceed to CHARITY LAI (ill? You'll scream at .lignifiprl liuMiiess men dancing, in llir FLORA-DORA Clioru. SKK! Cracklinj;. Sparkling M LACK-FA (iK MINSTRKLS with lfaln Proctor as Interlocutor. C1RLS! Real lie local pills anil are they porceott!! ... in a Glittering, Rhythmic Fantasy. ASBURY PARK HIGH SCHOOL FRIDAY and SATURDAY Evenings street, swung wide into Second, street from Monmouth avenue. Officer Walter Comstock investigated. All three car were dam-aged, and Reeves agreed to settle the claims of the other two drivers. Scidler Returned MANTOLOKING Mayor George Seidler was relurned to office yesterday without opposition with a write-in vote of 30. Also elected were Councilmen Murray Earle and Charles Crofoot. each of whom had 31 votes. Edgar P. Earle was elected boro treasurer. All of those named are Republicans and the names of each was written in. NOTICES terment at Mount.Pleasant Cemetery, Newark. Friends may call at her home this evening from 7 to 9. 2ariv J. Henry Dangler Funeral Home Successor to THOS. R. HARDY I 604 F St. Belmar Phone Belmar 82 J. R. Ely W. A. Wnolley ELY &WOOLLEY FUNERAL HOME "Sympathetic Service Reasonable and Refined" SI 4 Second Avenue, Ashury Park Tel. A. P. 567 John John W. W. Flock, Sr. Jr. Flock, DIRECTOR Or FUNERALS Let us help you in the last full measure of devotion 24.1 Broadway Long Branch 202 Yoo-Hoo! including TAX Ask Any KIWANIAN A WEALTH of SONGS TICKETS J :!'

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