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Asbury Park Press from Asbury Park, New Jersey · Page 70

Asbury Park, New Jersey
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Wednesday, March 28, 2001
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3 7?-r ASBURY PARK PRESS WEDNESDAY. MARCH 28, 2001 LL men charged in prostitution sting on the Asbury Park beachfront STAFF REPORT ASBl'RY PARK - Police have charged 22 men with soliciting for prostitution or loitering for the purpose of engaging in prostitution after an undercover op eration for eight hours on the beachfront Friday. Detective LL Mark Kirunon said police, using two undercover policewomen posing as prostitutes, targeted two areas, one in the vicinity of Fifth Ave nue and Webb Street and the other at Asbury and First avenues and Kingsley Street Those charged with soliciting for prostitution are James Feg-geler, 32, Arizona Avenue, "Jackson; Edward McGowan, 68, ATTENTION VOTERS PRIMARY ELECTION - JUNE 5, 2001 The State law requires that any voter, who has previously voted in a Primary and desires to CHANGE hisher political party, (except a voter who has not previously voted in a Primary Election) must file a declaration of their political party if they intend to vote in the coming Primary Election. Pursuant to law, the declaration must be filed with either the County Commissioner of Registration or the Municipal Clerk 50 days before the June 5, 2001 Primary Election. Forms to designate a CHANGE in political party may be obtained by calling the Commissioner of Registration at (732) 431-7780, or you may obtain a form from your Municipal Clerk; or you may write a letter to your Municipal Clerk or the Commissioner of Registration telling them you wish to transfer to a different political party. The deadline for filing a party declaration is Monday, April 16, 2001. JOHN J. BRADSHAW COMMISSIONER OF REGISTRATIONSUPERINTENDENT OF ELECTIONS MONMOUTH COUNTY 300 HALLS MILL ROAD, FREEHOLD, NEW JERSEY 07728 Randall Avenue, Point Pleasant; Christos Skiadopoulos, 27, Appleby Drive, Wanamassa, Ocean Township; Cirilio ResendiA 42, First Avenue, Asbury Park; Charles Lloyd, 27, Deal Lake Drive, Asbury Park; Edgar Vas-quez, 26, Fifth Avenue, Asbury Park; Ronald Mulliken, 52, Ray-mere Avenue,.Ocean Township; Ronald Leone, 42, Bates Road, Jackson; Gilbert Chelborg, 35, Helen Terrace, Neptune; Joseph Dzielak. 50, Vliet Street, Spots-wood; Romualdo Hernandez, 42, Summerfield Avenue, Asbury Park; Paul Hopkins, 42, Third Avenue. Asbury Park; Juan Santos, 26, First Avenue, Asbury Park; Raul Martinez, 25, Eighth Avenue, Asbury Park; and Leonard Dikun, 39, Colonial Drive, Rahway. 03 0EQ3uI) 03 0 o "ufelDIEBGBb litem SDuCD o QHaaoaiDGnnnQesa MISSES & CONTEMPORARY SPORTSWEAR ALL PETITE SPORTSWEAR 25 OFF career & activewear from our famous makers. 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NEWBORN FELTMAN BROTHERS COVERALLS, FOOTSIES, DRESSES ft SWEATERS . 50 OFF sizes 3-6-9 reg 28-53. ALL HARTSTRINGS, KITESTRINGS ft EAGLE'S EYE COLLECTIONS 25 OFF reg 15-83. Due to vendor restrictions some items are excluded. Great fHothesfor Great Kids... t .4 . . w tvr.i : ... 'u ...ready for spring in this beige pant, '32; coordinated with beige trimmed ivory polo, '26 and v-neck vest in matching pastel colors, '41. Sizes 4-7. From Kitestrings. ...and oh so pretty in this white cotton dress with red berries in the smocking and red piping. Sizes 4-QC '72. From Sophie Dess. Photo by Boo Cm SE ALFOhJS - m Visit our web site at SEALFONS AT THE GROVE AT SHREWSBURY ROUTE 35 SHREWSBURY 732-530-0033 Those charged with loitering for the purpose of engaging in prostitution are William Far-. relL 44, Beechwood Road, Ocean Township; Milton Hunter, 31, Say re Street Neptune; Charles Carter, 46, Route 37, Toms River; Robert Goldfarb, 61, Mer-ritt Avenue, Neptune City; William Bradshaw, 57, Laurel Avenue, Ocean Township; Derek Pettus, 29, Springdale Avenue. Tinton Falls; and Ned McCracken, 54, Hilltop Court, Lanoka Harbor, Lacey. r.latswan-Abcrdccn 0!(s school teb By KEITH HACARTY CORRESPONDENT ABERDEEN The Matawan-Aberdeen Regional School District's Board of Education has unanimously approved the 2001-2002 budget The $44.2 million budget calls for a 12.9-cent tax rate increase for Aberdeen homeowners, meaning that a resident whose property is assessed at $150,000 would pay an additional $194 per year. However, Matawan homeowners would see a 7.6-cent decrease, meaning that the owner of a property assessed at $150,000 would pay $114 less per year. "We beat our heads over this," board Vice President Arthur Fumarola said of the long budget process. The board said the reason for the tax Increase In Aberdeen and tax reduction in Matawan is the value of the homes In Aberdeen, which are currently higher than those in Matawan. Eighty percent of the budget would go toward the salary and benefits for school employees. An additional $519,389 has been added for staffing. . w At Matawan Avenue Middle School, new hirings would include two part-time teachers In world language and physical education, one full-time exploratory teacher, a sixth-grade teacher, and one hall aide. Other hirings would Include one teacher in world language, a computer technician, department coordinator, assistant superintendent of curriculum and three basic skills teachers. The budget includes $260,000 for the installation and maintenance of modular classrooms. 'S. - .- - " v .jr'-' v j 4 V 7hV " -? x 'A : I " , o . - : i Right now in our deli, and throughout -the Lenten season, we feature a wide " , .' assortment of meatless dishes for your ' family's enjoyment. Of course, Dearborn's prepared foods are so delicious, there's Very a little sacrifice involved. ..' - " . White cr Red Clam.Satice"' . Marinara, Fra, Dta'.ia Escarole &. Bean, Mmestror.;; Clam Chowder & Cream of Broccoli Soup. J , Eggplant Parmesan Stuffed Breads Lasagna Baked Ziti Stuffed SKells . Manicotti Ravioli and much morel SEALFONS AT THE GROVE AT SHREWSBURY ROUTE 35 SHREWSBURY 908-530-0033 .y-tm' .... V.,: - ' TV-'iff J1-A Weekly In-Stcrs Srapla f Friday, K(zrch SOth Dearborn's Fresh Ricotta and Basket Cheese Sunday, April 1st Boar's Head Sweet Sliced Ham DearbornFrms FARM MARKET, DELI & GARDEN CENTER Open everv day Man. thru Sat. 8 am-6 pm. Sun. 8 am-5 pm 2170 Highway 35 HolmdeL NJ 732-264-0256 , Visit our website at

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