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C2 Asbury Part PmyTucsday. November 14. 198S tj- S Shootout re-enacted for TV Theater lists performers THE OCEAN County Center for the Ans at The Strand Theater. Fourth Street and Clifton Avenue, Lakewood. will present the following performance. The Don Cossack Chorus and Dancers will perform 8 pm. Dec. 1 A Strand Theater benefit reception will be held before the performance. Champagne, hors d'ocuv res. dessert and coffee ill he served. Herod and The Innocents, an ensemble for early music. will be presented 7:30 p.m. Dec. II HMS Pinafore will be presented 8 pm. Dec. 16. Ticket paces are $8. SI 6. $20 and $25. Senior citizen and group sale discounts are available. Ticket information is available by telephoning The Strand Theater at (201)367-9595. Planetarium features trio's music SIMULATED NIGHT sky and space images will be combined with the electronic sounds of the trio XISLE at the Robert J. Novins Planetarium. Ocean County College. 9:30 p.m. Saturday. The tno includes Pete Gulch. D. Andrew Rath and Chuck Van Zyl playing new-age synthesier music. Tickets, which can be purchased in advance at the planetarium or at the Office of Student Life, are $5 for general admission and $3 for OCC students with valid identification. More information is available at (201 ) 255-0343. O Compiled from Press staff reports Births Rivarvtaw Medical Cantar Rad Bank Oct 13 lawrenca and Lorraine Filotof. Union Beach, a boy. Louis and AnneMana Pisa no a boy: Christopher and Donna Martin. Middletown Township, a girl; Mark and Rachel Bass. Marlboro Township, a girl. Henry and Gkxia Lucking. Red Bank, a boy; Arthur and Room Martino. Aberdeen Township, a boy Oct. 14 Kevin and Jacqueline Owens. Red Bank, a boy. Eric and Mara SMnonsen. Keyport. a girl; Richard and Elizabeth Calabreaa. Freehold, a girl; Robert and TernAnn Strang Holmdel Township, a boy; Harry and Anna Provincial!. Old Bridge Township, a boy. Oct. 1 S Thomas and Diane Herring. Tinton Falls, a boy: David and Brenda Martin. Middletown Township, a girl; John and Christine Mackay. Aberdeen Township, a girt. Oct. 1 James and Elaine Nolan. Aberdeen Township, a girl. Robert and Kathleen lommtr Oceanport. a boy: Thomas and Jean Haina. Malawan. a girl; Gordon and Judith Emalia. Hazlet Township, a girl; Richard and Stephanie Cluck. Hazlet Township, a girl; Robert and Demse Cecere. Fair Haven, a girl. Oct. 1 7 Christopher and Patricia Coleman Matawan. a boy: James and Theresa Jonas. Middletown Township, a girl; Jay and Eileen Leibowita. Ocean, a girl; William and Margaret Boyd. Keansburg. a boy Oct. 18 Steven and Janine Lisa. Aberdeen Township, a boy; George and Patricia Faccas. Keansburg. a boy; Robert and Theresa O'Connell. Middletown Township, a boy. Oct. 19 William and Barbara Rainaud. Middletown Township, a boy: Martin and Marion Christiana. Hazlet Township, a girl; Michael and Jacquelin Pigott. Keansburg. a girl; Douglas and Genevieve Bramlay. Rumson. a girl; Michael and Cynthia Yacovelli. Hazlet Township, a girl; Ronald and Cynthia Vicari. Aberdeen Township, a boy: Nicholas and Jane Figaro. Keyport, a boy. Oct. 21: Phillip and Kimberly Spatola. Middletown Township, a boy; Keith and Deborah Trojack. Middletown Township, twin boys; Louis and Jennifer Wright. Linie Silver, a girl; Tony and Jennifer Caban. Keyport. a boy; Brian and Eileen Daley. Shrewsbury, a girl; Robert and Mary Van Hast. Middletown Township, a boy; Dennis and Lynn O'Neill. Middletown Township, a boy. Paul and Julie McGinty. Brick Township, a boy; Mitchell and Adrienne Friedman. West Long Branch, a girl. Oct. 22 Peter and Suzanne Voung, Atlantic Highlands, a girl; George and Kathryn Litchfield. Keansburg. a boy; Fred and MaryJo Kelly. Highlands, a -boy: Stephen and Patricia Lancos. Middletown Township, a girl: James and Wendy McCuthaon. Bradley Beach, a boy; John and Margaret Servedio. Union Beach, a boy: Michael and Janet McLafferty. Howell Township, a boy Oct. 24: and Charlotte Alan R Iversen Correction DARYL SHARPE, no address available, was charged in Aberdeen Township by the Bayshore Narcotics Task Force with conspiracy to distribute more than a half-ounce of cocaine in a school zone. Bail was set at $ 1 5,000. He is still being sought by police. It was incorrect Saturday in The Asbury Park Press that he was arrested and released on bail. Asbury Park Press ocean county NEWS BUREAUS SOUTHERN OCEAN Manahawkin 703 Mill Creek Rd Suites J1 & J2 609-597-7000 John M. Glase, bureau chief Margaret Daley Suzanne Dietz Jean Mikle Robert Suhay Harry Zegter, Ocean County Editor Robert J. WHtiams, Night Suburban Editor Fred Simmonds, Ocean County Section Editor Jr . Beachwood. a girt. Cha Young and Tae Hui Kim. Eatontown. a girt: Ulhas and Geeta Gumasta. Red Bank, a boy; Joseph and Stephanie Carroll. Marlboro Township, a boy: Maria and Charles Alberto III. Edison, a boy. Oct. 29 Gary and LuAnn Oilroy. Englishtown. a boy; Rodney and Gretet Lamont. Freehold, a girt; Gerard and Jane Petri, Matawan, a girl. Oct. 2S James and Wendy Buchanan, Red Bank, a girl: Thomas and Kathleen Dayback. Union Beach, a boy; Marlin and Jacquelyn Carpenter Lakewood. a girl: Thomas and Josephine Puma Hazlet Township, a girt; Yu-Hsiu and Yih-Rea Chan. Middletown Township, a girl. Christopher and Sandra Beasang. Middletown Township, a girl. Oct. 27; Anthony and Angela Psieniczny Middletown Township, a girl; Ravi and Mnnali Baddy. Ocean Township, a girt; William and Donna Osborne. Union Beach, a girl; Thomas and Mary Lovett. Atlantic Highlands, a boy; Robert and Barbara Tormey. Red Bank, a boy. Community Medical Center Toms River Oct. : Mary Werth, Dover Township, a girl; Charlotte and George Petersen, Dover Township, a girl; Maryann and Patrick Campbell, Dover Township, a girl. Susan and Edward Noonan, Dover Township, a girl; Luann and William Price, Plumsted Township, a girl; Bobbie Britton, Lavalletle. a girl; Eileen and Harold Robbins, Lakehurst, a boy Oct. 7: Debra and Richard Alberghini, Barnegat Township, a girt; Aileen and Joseph Cudia, Dover Township, a boy. Oct. 8: Patricia and Jeff Kraft, Dover Township, a boy: Pma and Sal Scotto, Little Egg Harbor Township, a boy . Virginia and Robert Braga, Dover Township, a boy. Karen and Tim Raid, Dover Township, a girl; Kathleen and Gary Schiela, Toms River, a boy. Oct. 0: Joyce Kelly, Stafford Township, a girl; Eileen and Michael Kana, Lacey Township, a girl; Kathleen and Michael Lardiere, Ship Bottom, a boy; Angela and Brian Cray, Lacey Township, a girl; Claire and Edward Beglay, Tuckerton, a boy. Oct. 10: Elizabeth and Michael Aversa, Ocean Gate, a boy . Pamela and Richard Fallon, Beachwood. a boy; Maureen Tholen, Lacey Township, a boy; Eileen Tormey, Barnegat Township, a gin. Oct. 1 1: Rhonda and Albert Demarco, Ocean Gate, a boy; Carole Lynn and Vincent Carqua, Lacey Township, a girl; Christine and Jorge Espada, Dover Township, a girl; Maryann and Dennis Rowic, Lacey Township, a girl. Oct. 12: Morgan Borton, Seaside Heights, a girt; Judith and Nicholas Crosta, Seaside Heights, a boy; Linda and Scott Hofmann, Berkeley Township, a boy; Therese and Frank Runza, Little Egg Harbor Township, a girl; Kim and Jay Rossitar, Beachwood, a boy. Oct. 13: Monique and Larry Cooper, Lakehurst. a boy Seoul, Korea . Oct. 11: John and Sun Ok Wendland, Seoul. Korea, a girl. Northern ocean Lakewood 150 Airport Road 201-370-3100 Carol Napolltano, bureau chief Frank Argote-Freyre Roberta Wells Carol Gorga Williams Central ocean Toms River 500 W. Water St. 201-349-7000 William Conroy, bureau chief Daniel S. Clay Cheryl de Jong Donna E. FKnn Patricia A. Mallow Kirk Moore Jim Reisler Terri Somers Neptune site of crime series It JEANNE JACKSON Press Coastal Monmouth Bureau THE SOUND OF Cl'M'IRE was deafening as the trooper crouched down and fired several rounds from his pistol as a spray of bullets whizzed over his shoulder. Hollywood met Neptune yesterday as the producers of the television show "America 't Most Wanted." rolled into town to film a re-enactment of a shootout that occurred in April between state trooper Michael J. Clayton Jr. and a twice-convK-ied armed robber from Asbury Pari. Police are still searching for Arthur Lee Washington, 39, formerly of Borden Avenue, in connection with the shootout. Washington was placed on the FBI's Ten Most Wanted List last month. Investigators from the state police and FBI were on hand yesterday to watch the filming and an FBI investigator said he plans to help man the tek-phones on Sunday after the Fox Television program airs at 8 p.m. on Channel 5. Police are hoping the program will help authorities find Washington. Viewers are asked to call I-80TMRIME-89 and the tips often tod to the arrest of suspects. Cosgrove said. The film crew spent from sun up to sun down yesterday re-enacting the events on Drummond Avenue. The street was closed nearly all day. Actor Morgan Margolis. who is portraying Clayton, was outfitted with a trooper's uniform and a new police car to re-enact the chase from West Lake Avenue to Drummond. Residents gathered in a group across the street as Margolis stood outside the replica of the Thundcrbird driven by Asbury Park resident Robert K. White and fired at an imaginary opponent Margolis stared as he aimed with an uncooperative gun that kept jamming in mid-sequence and people in the crowd jumped as gun fired blanks. A special effects man stood behind Margolis and fired a pellet gun at a car to create sparks that would look like the trooper was being shot at from across the street The film crew shot the sequence over and over again as producer Jeff Yonis had Margolis shoot the gun slowly, then quickly, then wait a beat between each shot After Margolis did his part the film Electric firms among 'points By BRETT WILKIN S Press Manahawkin Bureau TWO AREA electric companies demonstrate their commitment to the community with programs that help needy families pay their electric bills and keep warm during the winter, according to releases issued by the utilities. Since 1977, Jersey Central Power & Light Co. has been sponsoring Project Helping Hand, to aid those who cannot afford to pay their heating or electric bills. Atlantic Electric started a similar program, called the Good Neighbor Fund Campaign, in 1983. Since these two services began, more than $1,775,000 in grants have been presented to more than 13,600 families in a 13-county area, according to statements issued by the two utilities. Project Helping Hand is designed to Injured wife opts for settlement in By PAUL D'AMBROSIO Press Freehold Bureau A WOMAN who claimed her former husband put her in a coma for four months by driving away as she exited his truck, has settled her civil suit out of court for $400,000. Sharon Black, 34, of Upper Freehold Township, dropped her Superior Court suit against her ex-husband, Thomas Black, 40, after his automobile insurance firm agreed yesterday to the cash settlement said Ms. Black's lawyer, Eric J. Ludwig. of Princeton. The $400,000 will be paid in a lumpsum check within the next month, Ludwig said. As a condition of the settlement. Old cemeteries provide link to black history From page CI an oral history of being descendents of Lenape Indians and Afro-Americans. Some of the names on gravestones in the cemetery are well known in the area, Mrs. Morris said. For example, one of the Civil War veterans is Ronald Polhemus. Polhemus was the name of a Dutch family in Colts Neck Township that owned slaves, she said. Another gravestone commemorates Richard Reevey, who died in 1868 at age 83. The Reevey family is one of the oldest in Tinton Falls. A cemetery farther down the dirt road, maintained by area families, also dates to the 19th century. Ruth Grey, of Neptune, for example, has eight generations buned in the cemetery as well as her son. Mrs. Grey said family members have been upset because trucks going V A - ' - - - -i T" r CELESTE LA BftOSSEAtfuy Prt Pnu Actor Morgan Margolis, portraying state trooper Michael J. Clayton Jr., directs a line off camera during taping of an episode of America's Most Wanted, airing Sunday, that depicts a shooting exchange in Neptune on April 1 2. crew went down Drummond Avenue and actor Gil Deeble, portraying Washington, began fleeing from an imaginary pursuer behind the hedges and shooting at thin air. Meanwhile, trooper Clayton stopped by to critique the performance and meet-his fictional counterpart "You need a haircut big-time," Clayton told Margolis. "Your sergeant would be all over you." Clayton, who was 2 1 at the time of the incident recalled that the shoot-out took place so quickly that he barely had time to react "It happened quickly." said Clayton, who is being interviewed for the show today. "You think abcut it later. He was walking across the street When he hit the curb, he turned, pulled (the gun) out of his pocket and started (shooting)." Margolis, 23. who has appeared in soap operas and on the "Equalizer," said he auditioned for the shoot-out before getting the part. "Anyone who docs that is definitely dangerous," Margolis said of Washington. help JCP&L customers who are unable to pay bills due to temporary unemployment, illness, or other financial emergency. "Since 1977, Project Helping Hand has recognized that such circumstances can affect anyone." said Eugene J. McCarthy, vice president of customer marketing services. "JCP&L believes that individuals who find themselves in such situations through no fault of their own deserve a helping hand." Since the program's inception. JCP&L has contributed more than $600,000 with outside donations topping $400,000, according to the company's news release. Two community action programs. Ocean Community Economic Action Now in Ocean County, and the Northwest Community Action Program, in the utility's north Jersey service area. Black and his insurance firm, Hartford Insurance Co., admitted no liability in the case, Ludwig said. Ms. Black claimed she was severely injured on the night of March 28, 1986, when she tried to step out of her husband's Ford Bronco pickup truck. Ludwig said the couple had been arguing in the vehicle as it was traveling down Davis Station Road, Upper Freehold Township, when "her husband pulled the Bronco over and ordered her to get out of the car." As Ms. Black began to exit the vehicle, her husband pulled away before both her feet were on the ground, he said. Ms. Black fell on her head, fractured her skull and wound up in a coma, Ludwig said. Focus back and forth to a nearby development being constructed have left huge potholes that have filled with water. The potholes made the road impassable and they have been unable to work at the cemetery, she said. Mrs. Grey said she would like to see both cemeteries declared historic sites and a paved road installed to them. Another cemetery that has Civil War veterans buried in it and several leaders of the black community is the White Ridge Cemetery on Wall Street, Eatontown. Mrs. Morris said the cemetery is the last vestige of an area that once was predominantly black and has since become dominated by middle-class whites. The cemetery is still in use and several clergymen and community leaders have begun an effort to raise $ 1 50,000 to clean and maintain it. Margolis said he's glad to be doing the show because he believes it provides a public service. State trooper Daniel Cosgrove, state police spokesman, said Washington is considered extremely dangerous because of the shoot-out and his history of violence. Washington was indicted in May by a Monmouth County grand jury on charges of attempted murder, aggravated assault, escape, unlawful possession of a weapon and possession of a weapon by a convicted felon in connection with the April 1 2 incident Police say the incident occurred when Clayton stopped a car with an expired inspection sticker. Washington, a passenger in the car, got out of the car and started walking away and Clayton yelled for him to stop. Clayton started moving toward Washington who then turned, pulled out a .45-caliber semiautomatic handgun and opened fire, acceding to police. Lisa Kcljik, an associate producer of the program, said the program has led to the arrest of 75 people over the past year administer the program and screen applicants. These two organizations also distribute the money to those who arc approved for aid. JCP&L's program grants up to $250 to customers who have a record of timely bill payment There has been great response from the community, James F. Lowney, JCP&L spokesman said, adding that there have been nearly enough donations from the public to keep up with the demands for help. Donations still arc needed, however, and may be made payable to Project Helping Hand and mailed to the Jersey Central Power and Light Company, P.O. Box 1 10, Allenhurst, N.J. 0771 1. Atlantic Electric Co. sponsors the Good Neighbor fund annually, a program very similar to Project Helping Hand. Atlantic Electric works with the Black put his injured wife back in the truck and drove her to her mother's house, Ludwig said. A first aid squad and police were called, and Ms. Black was transported to Freehold Area Hospital, Freehold Township, he said. She laid in a coma for four months, he said. When Ms. Black awoke, doctors found she had suffered brain damage that left her with neurological and cognitive impairments that limit her ability to think in analytical terms, Ludwig said. She can walk only with the aid of a "quad-walker," or a four-prong cane, he said. Ludwig said despite her injuries, "she had a pretty good recovery." "It's only been in the last 30 years to my knowledge that blacks have been allowed to be buried in (white) cemeteries," said the Rev. Andrew Foster, pastor of the Shrewsbury Avenue AME Zion Church in Red Bank, and a member of the committee. "They have a historical value and it helps families maintain their heritage when you have families that have been here for three and four generations. We hope to make it so beautiful that people would want to be buried there," Foster said. In Ocean County, the Rose Hill Cemetery now called the Barnegat Cemetery in Barnegat Township is evidence of a rural black community that dates to the early 20th century, Wright said. The cemetery is on a hill at the end of a dirt road where several generations of black families are buried. Annie Logwood, a neighborhood resident since 1932, said local residents A r and actor Morgan Margolis said 87 percent of the cases aired lead to arrests. A tip from a television viewer in May led to the FBI's dramatic arrest in June of Robert Clark, who authorities say is John E. List. List, a former Westfield man. is wanted in connection with the 1971 murder of his mother, wife and three children. Authorities charge that List moved to Richmond, Va., where he lived under a different name with a new wife until a neighbor saw the case on the television show. The tip was one of 200 the FBI received after the May 2 1 broadcast "We've had very good luck," said an FBI agent, who declined to give his name. "One guy in San Diego surren-, dered after flagging someone down." Slate police investigators say they believe Washington may have gone underground with a militant black group called the African National Uja maa that split from the Black Panthers, i Police said Washington knew when the car was pulled over that he would he sent hack to jail if he was found with f weapon. j of light' Salvation Army to give grants to South Jersey families unable to pay heating bills. "Every year, we have seen an increase in giving by our customers," said Michael Jarrctt senior vice president for the utility. "But every year there are a greater number of requests for help." The fund has reached more than 8.000 families, giving out more 'than $775,000 in aid. he said. ; Requests for donations will be mailed out along with bills. "We ask customers to make $1 donation along with their monthly bill payment," Jarrett said. "Although we focus the campaign primarily during the winter months. Good Neighbor contributions can be made year-round." Individuals interested in making a donation may call Atlantic Electric at 1-800-221-0520. spouse suit Before the accident, Ms. Black was a legal secretary for the state police's emergency management team, Ludwig said. Black disputed his wife's version of events and claimed that during, the argument "She became hysterical and she jumped out of the vehicle as it was still moving," Ludwig said. Black's lawyer, William P. Kirkpa-trick, of Rumson, was unavailable for comment yesterday. J The couple were divorced last year, Ludwig said. They have one son, about 1 4 years old, who is living with his father in the Cream Ridge section of Ibper Freehold Township, Ludwig said. , Ms. Black is living with her mother off Route 539 in the Cream Ridge section. pitch in to mow the grass and maintain the cemetery and she herself paid for a little wire fence around it ) In Lakewood, resident George Watson Jr. led efforts to revitalize! the Greenwood Cemetery, which was es- i tablished in 1918 and contains; the j remains of black residents many of ' them cooks and maids who worked in ' resorts and hotels during Lakewood's heyday. '. Residents also have pitched i'n to clean up the Hismarck Cemetery irj the Manitou Park section of Berkeley Township, which also has gravestones dating back to the 19th century. Larry Maddox is the grandson of the former caretaker of the cemetery and remembers helping his grandfather dig graves. However, Maddox said many of the records that state who owns the plots in the cemetery and who is buried there have been lost Maddox said no one knows who was buried in the paupers' graves that had only temporary markings instead of headstones. 1)

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