Asbury Park Press from Asbury Park, New Jersey on November 3, 1948 · Page 26
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,.S1UIKV I'AKK KVKNIXC I'KKSS (Till'. KVKNIM. NKWS), WKDNKSDAV, NOV KM II Kit 3, !!M8 a a a a a I a a a a a X a a a a a a a a a a A a a a a a a t a a a Uses Suggested Candidates Locked in Nation's Tightest Presidential Race in Years ror oreen lomaio FREEHOLD. Homem-kers re often tempted to pay no attention to the green tomato that so unobtrusively fills. the vine these fall days simply because they don't know uhat to do with them. For homemakers with this problem. Sirs. Lorna K. White. Monmouth count? home agent, suggests using the tomatoes in pickles or relishes such as piccalilli, oil pickles or Old Virginia catsup. Green tomatoes also can take their place for table fare. They may be cooked like ripe ones except that the cookinj time should he increased by 10 to IS minutes. For variety, fry the tomatoes and cover with a milk gravy. Two other main dish favorites are green tomato pie and curry of meat with Err-n tomato. Wril-maturrd ffreen tom-lor will keep until Thanksgiving or later If stored in the cellar. They ripen best trapped in newspaper or kepr. in total darkness at a tern- perature of about 60 to 65 de grees. Mrs. White points out. however, that tomatoes must not be frosted before they are brought in for stor- Y ester day's Weather Partners Almanac prediction for yesterday'! weather. Local storms. Weather bureau prediction. Mostly cloudy. Actual weather. Cloudy. THE WEATHER VJS. WEATHER BUREAU . 8:3ft A-M. Report Highest temperature last 24 hours 53 at 12:30 p.m. Highest temperature this date 77 in 1936. Lowest temperature last 24 hours 50 at 4 a.m. Lowest temperature this date 23 in 1875. Humidity 75 percent. Barometer 30.25 steady. Wind direction and velocity at 8.30 this morning E 21 miles. Wind direction and highest velocity last 24 hours E 23 miles. Rainfall None. Oceaa temperiature 56. Local Forecast Cloudy today, highest temperature in the middle 50s, fresh easterly winds. Tonight cloudy followed by rain, lowest temperature in the middle 40s, fresh easterly winds. Tomorrow rain, highest temperature 50 degrees, fresh to strong east to northeast winds. Daily Almanac (All linn tulfra ta4ri We4laea-ae. tmkr M SiiTfj 2" m : Sunaet 5J p m : Ucm Zi o m. : Tint Quarter Not. lift R?g.u nes 13. M ,"" 't"r'" " i r, ' i,?:,t , ., , --r ' '-.. I"-.; k ; . I"-' - V -54, .Yi J . ' . ' M-VMriii'MirftfiMriirnrrri-MMitiriMiriiiiinmriiii- yiinm-i nir truTT nrn-' -nirir r im" r Ti frftnr r i -i -1 1 "irr irirvWr atBoinwraiivMifiiMii w i n n i itrif iff i nmrttm, m ?f irmtivnirtt y D iL. PRESIDENT HARRY S. TRUMAN Births GOV. THOMAS E. DEWEY an : Stuca risrs s Ji mi. V:Ut Mara il tha Moon i ; j.joitr ifo::qwi th- Moon: Saium fol-)nvcv RC3'Tia't Vimua bafi Aafura Pt Mr;r.- Mwrutt morth of Pntrai. .nrf'i4 fir A0UY br Bly R frr. Tinti Namar 1 I 11 t . I J a m. a S7 d m. J p m. oa!f 22 a m. II a m. a 47 p m. 1 li u m OBITUARIES A NEW ROOF or REPAIR YOUR OLD ONE J O IIXS-M AN VIIXE Athtyrtzl Contractor rOR WRT.T. ESTIMATE WRITE. PHONE, CALL SOUTH SHORE STATE HIGHWAY. MANASQCAN TeL Manasqnaa 7-1219 LeRoy DeWitt Fowler SPRING LAKE HEIGHTS. LeRoy DeWitt Fowler, 54, of 560 Prospect avenue, died yesterday afternoon at Fitkin hospital. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Mil dred Embly Fowler; five sons, Le Roy DeWitt Fowler. Jr., Mana- squan; Kicnara timer, rreaenck Asbury, Albert "William and Robert Donald Fowler, all of this place; two daughters. Miss Eu-deana Fowler and Mins Mabel Ix)ui Fowler, both of this place; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Fowler. Manasquan; three sisters. Mrs. Alonzo Mount. Ocean City; Mrs. Earl Griggs. Manasquan Park; Mrs. Ellorena Gilbert. Atlantic City; two brothers, Russell and Francis Fowler, Manasquan Park; and a granddaughter. Mr. Fowler was born in Morris-ville. Pa. He was a disabled World war I veteran, belonging to Company M, 310th Infantry. Arrangements will be announced by the Floyd T. Brown funeral home, Manasquan. William D. Messier MIDDLETOWN. William D jMesster. 79. Farmingdale. died ,yetrrday at Ivy Houm? nuraing Ihome here. Born In Ocean coun ty, he was the son of the late John I B. and Sarah Jane Hendrickson I Messier. He is survived by two neices Mrs. Helen Russell and Miss Sarah A. White, Farmingdale. and two nephews, R. Melvln White, long Branch, and Leon White, rarm ingdale. Arrangements are under the di rertion of the C. II. T. Clayton and Son funrral home, Adelphla. Mrs. Ouida Mae Ziegenfus PHILADELPHIA.' Mrs. Ouida Mae Ziegenfus, widow of William Ziegenfus, who was a resident of Ocean Grove until recently, died Oct. 27 at the Will's Eye hospital in this city, where she had undergone an eye operation. She is survived by a daughter. Miss Jane Louise Ziegenfus, and a sister, Mrs. Richard Kniffen. Flush ing, L. I. The funeral was Saturday at Wilkes-Barre. Pa. Mrs. May MrCtbe LONG BRANCH. Mrs. May Mc-Cabe, 73. widow of Charles Mc-Cabe. who died last month, died yesterday at the Hilltop nursing home, Middletown. She formerly lived at 884 Ocean avenue, Elber-on. Mrs. McCabe was born In England, came to this country 50 years ago and had lived in this vicinity for 12 yeara. The Ralph J. Damiano funeral home will announce arrangements. Silvers Rites FREEHOLD. Private services, at the convenience of the family for the five members of the Silvers family, 63 South street, who died Sunday from coal gas lumes, will be held tomorrow at the W. H. Freeman. and Son funeral home here. They include Scudder Silvers; Mrs. Annette Silvers, his wife; Mrs. Grace Silvers, his mother; and two children, Patricia and Joan Silvers. Burial will be in Old Tennant cemetery. John Henry Duncan John Henry Duncan, 81, died yesterday at the Rivercrest nursing home. Red Bank. He was born in Freehold, son of the late Robert E. and Mary Conine Duncan. Mr. Duncan Is survived by Ills wife, Mrs. Alice Duncan, this city; a daughter, Mrs. Grace II. Finck, Brooklyn: a son, Harry C. Duncan, Hialeah, Fla., and a great-grandson. The C. H. T. Clayton and Son funeral home, Adelphla, will announce arrangements.' Brigham Young became head of the Mormon church after the death of Joseph Smith In 1844. The Associated Press first used typewriters in 1885. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Vaccaro, 28 Washington Village, this city, are parents of a girl born yesterday at Fitkin hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Zelek, Sunset terrace. New Bedford, are parents of a girl born yesterday at Fitkin hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Perretto, 49 Monmouth avenue. Freehold, are parents of a gi.1 born yesterday at Fitkin hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hollstein, 110 Pitney avenue. Spring Lake, are parents of a boy born yesterday at Fitkin hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Duinker, Barksdale avenue. West Deal, are parents of a girl born today at Fitkin hospital. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Hepburn, HO'j Sylvan avenue, this city, are parents of a girl born today at Fitkin hospital. RED BANK. NJr. and Mrs. Steve Kolas, LoriUard avenue, Union Beach, are parents of a boy born yesterday at Riverview hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick if. Simpson, It. P., Belford, are parents of a girl born yesterday at Riverview hospital. Eugene Debs was five times the! Socialist party's nominee for Pres- ( Ident of the United States. i Shore History SO Years Ago At Reported In Tba Preta at 1KUS Contractor William H. Patterson had a crew of men at work making extensive alterations to the upper veranda of the Grand Avenue hotel. Charles H. Pitcher of this city, who had been seriously injured in a runaway accident at Long Branch, was reported to be in critical condition at the hospital. Lawyer James D. Carton secured a pension for a woman whose husband had died on the West Side. A. I. POLAND & CO. JEWELERS SINCE 1899 2 I Diamond Rin s I Passenger Hurt In Auto Crash Gideon Lloyd. 308 Central avenue. Point Pleasant, was treated at Fitkin hospital yesterday afternoon for injuries received when the car in which he was a passenger was involved In an accident at Rout 4N and Fifth avenue, West Belmar. According to Wall township Police Chief Vernon Shibla, Mr. Lloyd was a passenger in a car driven by his wife, Mrs. Annabel Lloyd, Their vehicle was proceeding south on Route 4N. The car was in collision with one driven by Maitland Gardner. 302 Worthing-ton avenue. Spring Lake. Mr. Gardner was attempting to make a left turn from Route 4 N into Fifth avenue, police said. Mr. Lloyd was taken to Fitkin hospital by the Wall township first aid squad where he was treated for lacerations of' the face and nrck and rrlraaril, The South Belmar fltat aid nquad was railed to 'J scene and ti 4nof ted Mr. Lloyd to her home. She suffered shock. Chief Shibla said. 2 Cups and ISickiiaine NEW YORK. CP Buddy O'Con. nor, star center of the New York Rangers of the National Hockey League, has acquired the nickname of "Doublecup" as a result of his unprecedented acquisition of the National Hockey League's Hart Trophy and Lady Byng Trophy last season. DEATH NOTICE KOMIIR Leroy DeWitt. uddtc)v. en Ort. J, 14. Huband of Mildred E.T.blf Fowler, of MO Proapeet Aft., Earing Laka Height. In his 55th year. Semcea at tha Floyd T. Brown Funeral Home. Manasquan, Frl.. Not. Snip m. Interment Ai-lanttc View Cemetery. Friend may tall Thursday freeing. Saov U I IANO DorU M . 25. of 17 Faimeid Wav. Khar R!er Hill, on Nor. I. 14(. at Fitkin Mem. Hospital. Wilt of Juilua and beloved daughter of Mr. and Mr. John Castelme, auter of Mr. John Jaroba. rt :izabeth and Mr Gloria McDtrmen. Share R;Ter Hills. Funeral Serrice at tha August F. Schmidt and Son Memorial Funeral Home. 13 WestfJeid At-.. Elizabeth, N. J.. on Thuraday. Not. 4. 14. at 2 p m. Interment at the Graceland Memorial Par. Kenliwort N. J lad Styled and Priced to Meet Zvery Requirement 529 Bang Avenue. L Open Wednesday Till 9 P Asbury Park a a a M. PRESS CLASSIFIEDS GET RESULTS BKADLET BEACH TEL. 4. P. 2 M, " and t Sat.. Saa.. CaBtinaaaa NOW rLAriXG "RIVER LADY" Yvonne De Carlo Dan Doryea COMING THUESDAT ONLV "Feudin, Fussin' ond Fightin' " Donald O'Connor Pineapples, which are almost! seedles, are grown from slips. PRETTY PINK LAMPS 1195 Here's on extractive Table Lamp, priced right. It's made of dainty pink, pottery with a flora! design, . silk shade. Excellent value at 11.95 RENDEZVOUS GIFT SHOP Ask Your Lawyer about Title Insurance whex buying ileal estate New Jersey Realty Title Insurance Company NEWARK t TKINTON Ocean County GENERAL ELECTION Tuesday, November 2, 1948 I'NomriAf. All minis Reerd, A. T. Press j INST. I TRANSIT PRF.SI- f If. S. j1 RKI'RK- COUNTY i V RLK- I BN' ; BOM IHINT J SEN. I SI.NT. CI.KRK HOI, II. ! ! 1 i F.LKCTIO.N j ! . o ' ', l' ni.STRICTS til I I ! jS . 2 1 ! ! ! 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SAVINGS! 30-Day Air Excursions to Europe! ROUND TRIP FARES AS FOLLOWS: . $422.70 N. Y. to Glasgow . . $437.30 . $466.70 K. Y. to Paris .... $493.30 $610.70 N. Y. to Rome . . . $648.60 N. Y. to Shannon N. Y. to London . . Y. to Berlin . . . S.S. Voendam 6 Days $140 up BERMUDA Jan. 5 & Feb. 16 S.S. Mauretania 8 Days $240 up XASSAIUUVAXA Starting Jan. 5 S.S. America WEST 1DIES 14 DAYS - DEC. 23 $420 up 16 Days Jon. 29 $480 up o United Fruit Moore-McCoi Grace Line . 17 days 38 days 12 days 14 days For Information and Reservations CALL e WRITE - VISIT TRAVEL SEE ACS EC 1VDC Rvpnwnt. All Aiil'mrs, Shnmshijm, llohh, lUsort CRUISES AND TOURS A COMPLETE TICKET STOCK IS ALWAYS IN OUR SAFE ABSOLUTELY MO SERVICE CHARGE! Telephone: 700 MATTISON AVE. ih In WHS Drug Store A. P. 2-0050 - 51 Totals (Incomplete! 44 ftioi 4701 M77 I4 1779 CIIUISES O TOURS i

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