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Asbury Park Ev Protect Yourself With Salk Polio Inoculations t'MC ri.MN(l NCWI SEVENTY-FIRST YEAR NO. 98 ruhUhrd daily, nnpl Rundiir PriM Naia, Anbury "ark, N. J. ASBURY PARK, N.J., THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 1957 Enterrd n'ronrl rliwi matter June 80, 1H37, It the aoatofflM I Asl.urr Park, N. J., under th ant ! Mil. i. I . PRICE FIVE CENTS U.S. Weatherman Says: Today cloudy, with Mattered i h e w r i, Tomorrow1 partly cloudy ond warmer. Detail Page 2, ENING Riot -Rocked Jordan Under Martial Law U.S. Sixtli Fleet Is Ordered Legislators Parkway Dedicates UrgchoKakoTefe, Hill Park leacher ray 10 From Monmouth Join in Seeking Increased Minimums Press State House Bureau TRENTON Dozens of repre- scenic tour, during which the described the sylvan setting as one of "beauty, rest, and peace." She also officiated at the burying of a "treasure chest" contain ing parkway literature and the first of millions of quarters in tolls col sentatives from teacher and allied the area and eives its name to the , -. -m AT "I A : sreujis jtsiciuoj juiuru iii uik" par, wmcn can De reacnea irom "l'MMf 111 til1! 1 1 f 11 121 11PM 11 AlPn ipassage .' " new rninimum stateboth north and southbound park- .- v v . salary guiae lor leacners. AMMAN. Jordan Uh Martial jthat the move ties in with last law was clamped on Jordan to-i night's pronouncement from Pres-day and a total curfew was lm-(ilent Eisenhower and Secretary posed on the country's five larg-jof State Dulles that they regard est cities. "the independence and integrity The U.S. 6th Fleet was ordered of Jordan as vital to U.S. Interests back to eastern Mediterranean and world peace." waters, obviously in connection New Government Formed With the crisis In Jordan. j A new government was formed The fleet has been in French In Jordan with elder statesman and Italian ports for the last 10 Ibrahim llashem as prime minis-days, jter and Samir Rifal as deputy The Pentagon at Washington, 'prime minister and foreign mln-announcing the shift, gave no de- istcr. tails, and offered no reasons. The new regime replaced the However, H appeared certain eight-day-old Cabinet headed by Dr. Hussein Khahdl. It resigned HOLMDEL TOWNSHIP If you are a .Shore resident and are looking for a good family picnic spot near home, the New Jersey Highway Authority has just the place. The authority, builder and operator of the Garden State Parkway, yesterday officially dedicated selected from parkway motorists, 328-acre park here, only IS miles The little metal chest, she said north of Asbury Park. 'was in recognition of Capt. Kidd Telegraph Hill, more than 300 ; the famed pirate who is reputed feet above sea level, is a part of; to have buried real but yet undis- covered treasure in the area In an effort to prevent a modern day pirate from digging up the wav roadwavs. authority's "treasure." workmen The speakers, who addressed a; Special features are picnic tables, i buried it under concrete. A plaque tnree-nour neanng on Assemoiy, a SCemc overlook with a command- i will mark the spot Bill 9, included 10- representatives jng view of the countryside, and The historical background of the from Monmoutn county, ah urgea my and iris gardens containing area was reviewed by Dr. D. Stan- the Assembly Education Commit-more than 6,000 bulbs. ton Hammond, Paterson, president tee headed by Assemblyman Clif- The informal dedication was of the Passaic County Historical ton i. Barnaiow ( it-ivionmouin; o,marked by a lunch-box press con- Society. act favorably on the salary recom- ference in the picnic area where The hill, he said, has been known mendations. io wooden tables have been set as Telegraph Hill for 100 years, ine Din wouta raise minimum up among the trees and wild-land it was once a semaphore sig vrjpy ' i - lYouth Killed In Raritan Auto Crash list night in the wake of Com munlsl-iiispired rioting that swept Amman for six hours yesterday. The curfew was Imposed on Amman, the Old City of Jerusa lem. Nablus, Ramallah and Ir-bid near the Syrian frontier. All political parties were ordered abolished. Tip! In hip riirrp said Svrian RARITAN TOV.-NSHIP - Pet pr;President shukri KuwaUy and Glowacky, 20, of Garwood, died Foreign Minister Salah Bilar flew early today at Riverview Hospital, ; to Cairo today to confer with Bed Bank, several hours after le- ' ing Injured in a car-motorcycle accident on Route 36 at Slone Rd., West Keansburg salaries for teachers with less than fiowpn full college training from $3,000 toi Mrs. Katharine Elkus White ?.i,wayear; estabitsn a new mint-1 authority chairman, led a brief mum of W.B00 for teacners witm four-year degrees; and a minimum! of $4,000 for teachers with j slate's experienced teachers. the developments in Jordan. President Speaks Out (In Augusta, Ga., President Ei- Isenhower and Secretary of State Keyport state police said trie Dulles declared they regard Jor-youlbi was a passenger on a motor- dan's "independence and integrity cycle driven by Otio Wenzel, Jr.,as vital." Press secretary James 18, of Cranford, which collided withjc. Hagerty took pains to point out car driven by John Esposito, 19. j that part of the language they of 830 Palmer Ave. Middletown, j usei was taken from the Eisen-who was not injured. ihower Doctrine, which give the Mr. Wenzel was in fair condition iPresldt.nt authority to extend U.S. today at Riverview Hospital nf- military and economic aid to Mid-fcnna from broken wrist and leg!,,. r.,. ,.(,i. euts. The injured were taken to the! by Communist aggression u gUchmust be. updated If New Jersey hospital by th West Keansburg ; reouested is to maintain its teacher force, first aid squad. i ... ,. . ' , . Needs Many Teachers Accordina to state police the ac- ... Won t Ask ror He p Beck gajd (ne t t . eident occurred when Mr. Esposito' 't appeared iiKety, nowever, bctween 4 500 and 5,000 new teach- aooarenUy made a left turn in mat nussria wouiu uimi any ay front of the motorcycle. The twoipeal for help to neighboring Iraq1, vehicles collided beadon. Both Mr. I the Arab member of the pro-Wenzel and Mr. Ulowacky were. Western Baghdad Pact ruled by burled to the road. hi cousin. A request for U.S. help Police said no charges have been; would further embitter the na-Biada pending further investigation tionallst elements in Jordan. by Trooper toner Martin. (The Voice of Israel radio In! High Court Admits 693 N.J. Lawyers WASHINGTON Wl The Supreme Court set a record yesterday by admitting 693 New Jersey attorneys, including about 70 from Monmouth County, to prac- nH nrovpnt nlhpp talP and nri.!Ce " ne Silling OI me OTDUnai. vate industry from lurine awav the The bi8 delegation came under advanced degrees. The bill would also raise annual increments for all rlassess of teachers from $150 to $200 year until minimums of $5,400; $5,800 and $6,200 have been reached within 10-, 11- and 12-year periods for the respective teacher groups. Stress Favorable Climate The theme stressed by the teachers and their supporting groups is that New Jersey must provide a favorable climate through adequate salaries if it is to meet the increased need for new teachers special arrangements made by Thfl nrnnnspd new aalarv pnirlPiMe New jerey Mate Bar Assn. incorDorated in A 9 would ampnd Chief Justice Warren wel the law of 1954 which set the pres-!comed the attorneys as they ent minimum scale. The measure is co-sponsored by Assemblyman Frederick H. Hauser (D-Hudson) and Assemblywoman Emma . Newton (R-Passaic). Speaking for the proposal Dr. Richard T. Beck, superintendent of Freehold Regional High School and president of the New Jersey Educa tion Assn., said the 1954 salary law were admitted In groups of about 120. Among the attorneys were a number of women lawyers Theodore D. Parsorrs, Red Bank, moved the admission of the Monmouth County group. The chief justice told one of the groups: "This is the largest pilgrimage of lawyers ever to come before the Supreme Court in one group. We are honored. "It is significant that all of you come from a state which has so ereat a part In the developing ers each year. He said this needjhistory of our country." is not being met and cited as proof Warren said when he first the fact that issuance of substand-1 heard last September of plans ard teaching certificates has tripled for the mass ceremonies he un- in the past 10 years. derstood about 50 lawyers would ut. ecK aavisea tne committee 'come from New Jersey nal point for relaying news of ship arrivals and departures. On a clear day the view from the hill takp in the New York skyline. Yesterday, however, haze reduced visibility to no farther than Keansburg. Five thousand lily bulbs in the park's garden were donated by Mrs. White's husband, Arthur J White, and they are expected to bloom in June or July. Wildflowers are beginning to poke their heads above ground in the park, and one hillside was cov ered with little white flowers known as Dutchmen' Britches. A visitor to the park will also find several varieties of trees, in cluding beeches, maples, oaks, white and red pines, as well as the spice bush and azalea shrubs Use of the park by the public had been discouraged until com pletion last fall of grading and drainage work, road surfacing, and other improvements. Parking facilities are limited at present, with space for 20 cars at the picnic area. Those who want to picnic can buy box lunches at parkway restaurants. Milton Levy, authority public re lations director, made the claim that the parkway is the only toll road in the country that can boast of having a real park for its patrons. that the neighboring states of New York, Pennsylvania and Delaware I Jerusalem said Iraq had warned, have teacher salary guides higher Syria ana .gypt it was ready to than those in New Jersey. I rat 110 lJCatllS:b0RilV "y. mUiUryl -If New Jersey Is not willing to;,ge number. Apparently one of our broth ers who came from your state had something to do with your enthusiasm in coming in such 1937 Stat . Monmouth Ocean 225 19 2 operation- pitting Arao against j Keep up. it will nave to pay aj warren referred to Justice Aran it wose two countries maae;neavy price in tcacner snortage, ' iBrennan formerly of Rumson N.J., who joined the high tribunal dan border.) INDEX Stale Kinployinciit "At New High TRENTON tu-Non-Agiicultur-al employment In New Jersey hit a new high in March, acting Labor and Industry Commissioner George S. Pfaus said today. The total employment of 1.903.-500 persons out of a population of more than five million was, Crossword Puzzle any attempt to dismember Jor- Dr. Beck said. dan. Leonard Best, Summit, legisla- (Private reports reaching Israel 'tive chairman of the New Jersey said Iraqi troops had been moved Federated Boards of Education, up close to the Svrian border. said hi organization is in agree-Other Iraqi units are on the Jor-i ment wlth the 3.600 minimum pro- Amusements Births Classified Comics A onn . r.m. tl..,n jn ITatiriisn, n rl .(vn. Millie man u .iwimo'.t 19.300 higher man lor Marcn 1958. Mr. Pfaus said most of the increase came from seasonal increases in the construction and trade industries and the end of the longshoremen's strike. Average weekly earnings Increased 25 cents to $85.32. Deaths F.ditorials Hal Boyle Ocean County Radio-Television Ray Tucker Red Bank-Bayshore Social Sports . Today's Attractions Paise 20 2 27-29 ! 29 16 2 8 8 18 20 8 17 21-23 ! '24-28 20 posed in the bill. However, Mr. Best said the boards do not agree with the proposal to grant higher minimum salaries to teachers with advanced college training. He said that if the state were to place this principle in law, It would be taking out of the hands of the local boards the prerogative of deciding whether the teacher's ability warranted a higher salary. He said the mere fact that a teacher has a higher degree than another does not necessarily mean the individual is a better qualified teacher. Mr. Best proposed an alternate plan which would retain the $3,600 last Oct. 16. Most of the nine justices paid close attention to the calling of lawyers' names and taking of their oaths during the ceremony that lasted about an hour. How ever, Justice Frankfurter appeared to be devoting most of his attention to law briefs on he desk before him. Justices Whittaker and Clark likewise seemed to pay most attention to legal papers before them. Each attorney paid a $25 ad mission fee, $17J00 being re ceived from the entire group. Thd money goes to the clerk's office to help defray its experrss. Blaze Damage $10 ASBURY PARK Fire scorched a wall and sink in the apartment figure as a flat minimum for all: of Mary Blefco, 517 Munroe Ave., teachers regardless of qualification! yesterday. Firemen, who estimat-differences. He said the local school led the damage at $10, said it was boards also feel that the $150 an-started by a lighted cigarettt in See PAY Page 14 a trash container. 4 - a -i k - - .. - 1, if 1 -'J .c n i'- ? - Resort Group Urges Larger 'Ad'Budgct ASBURY PARK - The Governor's Advisory Committee on Resort and Travel, meeting here, yesterday recommended a state advertising budget of $350,000 to promote the travel and resort business in New Jersey. The current advertising budget is $125,000. Roland J. Hines, Asbury Park mayor and chairman of the advisory committee, said the state needs a more competitive" budg et to attract greater numbers visitors. The committee held a luncheon session at the Berkeley-Carteret Hotel. It discussed the possibility of a survey on the Garden State Parkway to determine the percentage of motorists coming from the various states. Such a survey would aid In de termining what new areas the state's advertising and promotion should be directed 'toward, the committee agreed. But it concluded the survey would have to depend on the size of the advertising budg et voted by the Legislature. The committee urgd coordination of local and state advertising and publication of new brochures on autumn attractions in an at tempt to extend the resort season. It stressed the need for ade quate promotional budgets by individual resorts, initiation of new festivals and events and Increased use of public transportation facilities to stimulate fall tours and excursions, i - Plan Missile Control Unit e At Highlands New Center Will Be Key In New York Defense Net RED BANK Plans to erect a guided missile control center on government-owned property in the Highlands area were revealed yesterday by the Army at a press conference here. Capt. Bertrand R. Brinley, chief of news division, First Army public information office said the Army was "98 per cent sure" that "Missile Master" control system will be erected in the Highlands area. The Missile Master, a mam- CONTROL CENTER These electronic consoles are the heart of the Missile Master system for controlling Nike missiles. The operators use the photoelectric light guns which are placed against the screens to enter targets into an electronic tracking ssytem. The Missile Master can provide instantaneous taraet selection and frrina data for a larae number of missiles at widely separated site, Other phota, Page 2. &g Thtt 'Ticcilp Maetftp" UM ha the key installation in the New York-Newark air defense net. Final determination of whether the base will be established at the Highlands site or whether addition- adjoining private land will be needed will depend on the final EATONTOWN - Borough Conn-1 pletion dale is for the fall of 1958. " 7 "7 U"UK ell last night named Ellwood G.j The new Monmouth Center is tor Mayors Attend Powers, Little Silver, as engineer i "? " I Also attending the conference i liic mi vi jwtv iiiii vi jinun. wt ctnu , -tnj,t ntl. to handle details involved in con- Garden State Parkway spur to mouth County's contribution to defense, said county residents are "sitting in the middle of an armed camp." He cited military lnstaUa-tions already established in the county and added, "We are concerned whether we will have ny land left for ourselves or the Ar my.' Capt. Brinley answered that "It is the requirement of the age we live in." Both Mr. Irwin and Mayor Blals-dell questioned whether govern- mnnlmiinnrl 1na4 1 -11 i . under Navy control, were cons id- Name Engineer to Supervise Shopping Center Construction struction of the $10,000,000 M o n- Monmouth Park and Long Branch. mouth Shopping Center. Mr. Powers will be paid $12,000 It consists of about 65 acres of land, on which will be located be tween 40 and 50 shopping units to rn- Jnlnri lA ..Tvb Mayor F. Bliss Price said regu-, -"' Zra . ;X yesterday were mayors of sur rounding municipalities. Freeholder Director Joseph C. Irwin, and ! property owners living near the site. In answer to a question from Middletown Township Mayor Frank ered in picking the site for the Missile Master. Maj. Nash replied that all federal and state owned land in the area was considered. Chamber Questions Nominees ASBURY PARK The Cham ber of Commerce here has asked a i,,.c "fi"- : ti,. k i . . .. . .. .. .r tar Pmnlovps could not suDervise ""s ""-r- uiaisdell, capt. Brinley said it , , intf awa fnr h r.f if fare j i li. : I the numerous details involved in'""'V7. .. " , . wuuiu ue a redsuniuie assumption ig Ci.v Com,-!! eandirlatP . .. . .. , ... - . -.r-i Mr. feist said manv stores will iiha tha inciniaimn urnnirf : ule 10 "-uncii canaiaaies DUUoing ine snopping center, ne . . . , -, . i ...o..... said it was necessary to get some- occupied by branches of na- reqUire only land now owned by one else to take care of the bor- " i le Boveruiiieui. wuny, an out ough's responsibilities in the proj ect. Council also requested approval of the state Division of Local Gov ernment to areas of the Shore. Mr. Powers' duties as engineer will include reviewing builder s owned acres in the site area lie within the Middletown border. All access roads to the site, a small ,j iha .:!., specifications and plans, making! portion of which is occupied by an exceed me mUmilUcU' J,: r., .,-; ill- rrfo Inctallotinn srp debt limit by $12,000 in order to , ' tr"-""",,.c,ma " -navMv Powers - anees' lnsPcllon durlnS construc- To Get It Back ---- Mayor Price explained that the! pancy. .h? $12 000 would be returned to the '"s '-'-""- , borough in building fees from the ; tenant, . tendrng public meetings builders of the shopping center. ! -, "V "r Xi The resolution hiring Mr. Pow-1 ers also stipulated mat tut? sti.uuu g- y loan, if approved by the Division I n(y(Ylft llll'iel of Local Government, be repaid by i VVV' O ' Dec. 31, 1958. ' T S i Irving Feist, of Feist and Feist, I a ilrpil I ill Newark and New York realtors Xlllsvyltl. J M. who are in charge of developing ! Tx ... the center recently said L. Bam- I Illlr I IriVllKT berger & Co., Newark, will deft- f lyilUllg nitcly break ground for the 225,- ATr .MT. mTha MJ ,,1Blin, 000-square foot branch in the hat-t . r.onrcria.. c,mra r'nU -ntmin .hnnnino PPdtpr 111 lllP VP1V : 1 v . u .j acquitted of drunk driving charg- LINCOLN VILLAGE-Architect's sketch shows 63-unit low-rent housing project to be built on Asbury Park's West Side by city Housing Authority. The building in foreground will front on Lincoln place and the rear one on Langford street. On the north (right, in sketch) the project will adjoin the rear lot line of houses fronting on Cookman avenue; on south, the rear of buildings fronting on Springwood and Prospect avenues. The three-story brick structures, to be named Lincoln Village, will have 43 four and one-half room apartments and smaller numbers of other size units. Parking and playground space will be provided. Bids on the million dollar job, to be paid for with federal funds, will be received May 14. New Obstacle Perils Tubes Settlement WASHINGTON UP! A new obstacle has cropped up to balk re sumption of service on the Hudson St Manhattan Railroad be tween New York and Newark, N.J. Officials of two operating un- ivii.-,, nmiu wtic nut juvuivru ill ?f la strike tentatively settled Tues-sldav. said thev would not en hark to work until matters in dispute including lockout pay are settled. Officials of the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen and the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers met for several hours yesterday with Francis A. O'Neill Jr. of the national Mediation Board. Fur- "ther meetings were arranged for today. Mr. O'Neill confirmed that one of the matters in dispute was a demand for pay for the 28 days the railroad was idled by a strike of inonoperating unions. The Mediation Board announced Tuesday that the nonoperating unions had agreed to a wage increase of 12Vi cents an hour for approximately 600 employes. The agreement is subject to approval by the jU.S. district court for southern New York, which operates the commuter line in bankruptcy. near itiiuie. pg growjng out 0f a traffic acei- He also said the scheduled com- on Peacntree st this city s main thoroughfare. He was fined $50 on a charge of failing to remain in the proper traffic lane. Justice W. H. Durkworth, 62, appeared in City Traffic Court to answer charges brought after his '5 'Catholics Told Billy Graham Peril to Faith Air Force radar installation, are from the Highlands side of the site. Capt. Brinley said location of a Missile Master site is almost mathematically determined. He said the Highlands area, with its high hills, appears to be the ideal location for the installation. He added that a cost estimate of the project has not yet been estab lished but added that $2Vi million has been appropriated for the installation. No schedule for construction has been established, he said. Maj. James H. Nash, engineering officer of the 1st region. Army air defense command, said existing Air Force radar installations could be used with the proposed "Missile Master" at the Highlands site at a saving of a million dollars. The proposed installation would have a staff of 34 officers and 244 enlisted men. Married men living off the installation would have to live within 10 minutes' driving time from the base, Capt. Brinley said. The problem of increased enroll-, ment in area schools due to the car bumped into two other ma-iincrease ln Arm personnel w a s nrougiit out uy iwd.vui cidisut-u nuu Highlands Mayor Cornelius J, Gui- ney. Mavor Guiney said the Highlands school system is filled to capacity chines. NEW YORK Wi-A priest's ad-j e had hpcn bookpd on three monition that Roman Catholics; charges: Driving under the in-should not attend evangelist Billy! fluenee of intoxicants, drunk on Graham's forthcoming New York street ana. failing to remain;and additional children of Ar- crusade has led to a statement by,m lne proper lane- my parents would mean additional it, r, n- r-, rfi,. wJ T,,e chief justice, who suffered school facilities would have to be the Rev. Dr. Graham s office here g noge jn denj(d befjre buiu The Army estjmated that 120 that his sermons will be "the sim-,Jut)ee j-rank White that he was Children of Army personnel would pie uospei message as iounu jn drunk. As for the accidents, he require schooling. 10 buiiu Mousing inns Children from the Army's in stallation at Ft. Hancock are edu ham at his Montreat, N.C.. '--Wainr i9mmH "anri T icated in Middletown schools. The home where he is preparing for collifn't control it " jArmy plans to construct Capehart the six-week New York crusadej , ' jhousing units for the married per- starting May 15. !."""" l" i SOnnel connected with the base. But The Graham office statement: ls .a. nV)n ofintegnty and nighithe locatiorl o the housing still is tne iilble. :,s.iirt hp had no knnwlpHpp nf hit. The statement yesterday was ting a second car Dut did deiiber. authorized by the Rev. Dr. Gra-j,t,v ,,riv. intn onp whpn hi Nothing Is too big or too small! Stuck for Conversation? Don't for classified ads to sell. Call: he . . . Read the Press Daily. PRosDect 4-3000 and ask for Class-S Call home delivery. PR 4-3000. ified. dvl St. Elisabeth's Card Party Don't forget Rosary Card Party tonite, April 25th, 8:30 p.m. Sea adv;Girt Inn. adv 6 rm. apt. Unfurn, $85 mo. plus utilities. 2445 Corlies Ave., Neptune Gardens, Call P. Fortunato. PR 4-5086. adv James M. Coleman, Jr. Will speak Friday, April 26, 6:20 p.m. on WJLK. Paid for by Francis J. Mahoney, Treas. Asbury Park Civic League, 314 8th Ave., Asbury Park. adv FrI. Cookie Day, Levy Bakery, Belmar. 30c doz. Spec'l 2 doz. 31c. dv th puanplicf. mPsssiJP l,Ml"'. tiifi e was an tin- here will be. "the same message ' Plicatio" ,int??icat'on( but that that he has always preached," j he the chief jushces and added- word that he wasn t drinking. He "It is the message which has!a!so said lhat deliberately run-characterized orthodox Christian-inmS into one car in order to stop ity through the ages. The doors, of! m'8ht have been a matter of the crusade will be open to all ; J""l'ltL" L- ,, j r who wish to attend." j "e added, 'I can t go along The new statement to Roman win running imo mat seconu car, ana leviea me ;iu nne ior tailing to remain in the proper lane. Catholics not to attend the crusade or listen to the Rev. Dr. Graham's broadcasts was made by the Rev. John E. Kelly, director of the Bureau of Information of the National Catholic Welfare Con-erence, Washington. The priest, writing in the current issue of Homiletic and Pastoral Review, said the Rev. Dr. Graham is "a danger to the faith" for Catholics who listen to him. He said the Rev. Dr. Gra ham conducted estant services. an unsolved problem, Capt. Brin ley said, adding that 4.4 acres of government land in Highlands was being considered. It was this same 4.4 acres which the county and borough of Highlands had hoped to purchase from the government for a park. The land, which the government has taken off the surplus list, is adjacent to Twin Lights, Mr. Irwin, commenting on Mon- their views on 13 matters of general public Interest. The questions by the board of directors "do not necessarily represent the viewpoint of the Chamber or its directors," the announcement says. The Chamber says the queries "are solely designed to enable the citizens of Asbury Park to become well Informed as to the views of the candidates on matters of general public interest." "Having thus fulfilled Its only bjection and responsibility of general public service in the coming election (May 14)," the announcement says, "the Asbury Park Area Chamber of Commerce does not propose to enter into discussion of any kind concerning the issues or candidates." Samuel E. Danzig, president, told the candidates they are invited to publicize their answers to these questions: Do you favor: The off-street parking program as proposed by the City Park-ing Authority? Consistent and impartial enforcement of ail city parking and traffic ordinances? Immediate adoption of the Wilbur Smith, Inc. traffic report and recommendations? Enforcement of city ordinances pertaining to unsightly proper, ty and littering of streets? Immediate improvement and beautification of city parks and the installation of recreational facilities? Immediate installation of public drinking fountains along the boardwalk? Adoption of an improvement and modernization program for street lighting throughout the city? Longer-term boardwalk leases, , exclusive of bathing facilities, to encourage greater investment by prospective tenants? Zoning of beachfront .amusements to the area south of Convention Hall? Adoption of a luxury tax? Impartial assessment of personal property taxes? Municipal operation of bathing facilities? Adoption of a city ordinance to prohibit municipal employes from engaging in municipal politics? Carton Brothers Back After Perilous Experience in Mexico could. NEPTUNE CITY .1. Victor! became choppy and the waves got Carton, former Monmouth County ! larger. After paddling furiously for 'dcfinftely Prot-: prosecutor, considers himself lucky; three hours Mr. Carton said they to be alive. " j simply lost the fight. 1 lie boat was He's back from a three-week ; swePl UP on the crPst o! a moun-fichinu irin in fnha Vnratn and tainous wave and flipped over. Mexico with a report of a frighten-1 The boy. who bad cried that he inu pxDprienoe in the Pacific Ocan couldn't swim, evidently surf. Mr. Carton and his brother, James D. Carton Jr., Interlaken, had fished several days for marlin and sailfish out of Mazatlan, Mexico. Last Thursday they tried spin I fishing from a 16-foot boat powered i by an outboard motor. I They were accompanied by an 1 13-year-old Mexican youth, who ran ; the motor, and a boy about 9. I Ten to 15 miles from Mazatlan 1 the motor failed as the boat bobbed ! perilously near the big Pacific breakers. They had no anchor, no "I'm delivering my invitations to life Preservers, no oars. my tea . . . You poor mailmen1. Aflfr thpy ay P ho,Pf of sta?- have enoush to do!" the motor, the youth swam to Z. ! shore to get help. He trudged along Forward Three Rallv ADr. 26.1 the beach to Mazatlan to alert res- 9 p.m.. 1129 Springwood Ave.'cuers, but Mr. Carton never saw Paul S. Peluso, Dr. Jos. R. Acker.; him again. man. Thomas F. Jaronski. Paid Meanwhile, tne canons usea a for bv Fred Martell, 112 4th Ave.,' homemade paddle and a seat torn As. Pk. adv! from the boat to keep the craft , out of the breakers. Attention residents of Asbury! As the day wore on the ocean Park - Ocean Grove - Allenhurst-! Deal-Interlaken-Neptune. See "A Lost, small brown envelope ih1 "-T .y.-. Perfect Formula" on Page 27. jfrom car. at Mattison & Mam. adv Finder please call PR 5-7571. adv 1 i h J. VICTOR CARTON Anyway, Mr. Carton related, the boy "got tossed up on the beach like a cork." Mr. Carton and his brother struggled through the surf to shore. The boat was battered by the breakers. Mr. Carton said he lost money, identification cards, camera, four rods and four reels every-hing in his possession. The Cartons and the boy walked bare-footed for several hours through brush, and stopped every now and then to pull cockleburs from their feet and legs. Eventually they reached a village made up of a few thatch-roofed huts. When the villagers realized their plight, a youth went for a truck and drove them to Mazatlan. There, at 10 p.m., the Cartons learned that a sea search for them was under way. They had been scheduled to check out of their hotel at 1 p.m. to board a plane for Mexico City. So hotel and airline officials also were concerned. Friday they Dew to Acapuleo, 600 miles south, and then went to Mexico City. Mr, Carton arrived home Tuesday. James Carton went to Miami to join his wife. James M. Coleman, Jr. Will speak Friday. April 28, 6:20 p.m. on WJLK. Paid for by Photographs. After May 1st. Francis J. Mahoney, Treas. A. Braly Studio, located 513 Jersey bury Park Civic League, 314 8th Ave., Spr. Lk. GI 9-5115. adv Ave., Asbury Part adv

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