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Asbury Park PressSaturday, October 1 3, 1 990 C7 SHOULD YOU BOTHER TO GET OUT OF BED TODAY? Call 918-1000 or 901-1000 5000 5011 Consult Your Horoscope on PRESSTO PRESSTO An Information service of the Asbury Park Press Which Of These Top Programs Will You Watch Tonight? 9:00pm sex, lies and videotape A housewife's marriage is disturbed by a visitor's unusual hobby. On Showtime. ll:OOpm Bordertown Follow the adventures of a small town in the 1800's on The Family Channel. Don't Have Showtime? Order Now and Get a FREE Month Plus FREE installation.' STOKER CABLE We Make You Feel At Home Daily until 8pm Brick 920-2288 EatontownFreehold 542-7603 Middletown 739-3100 Offer expires 103190. Free month is second month. Free installation for current cable customers that upgrade at office. Installation is $9.95 for new cable customers; regularly $40.00. Other restrictions may apply. Electronic tags due on toll roads in 2 years By BONNIE DELANEY Press Transportation Writer IN TWO years, motorists who travel the Staten Island corridor will be able to shave minutes off the time they spend waiting in line to pay tolls. That is when electronic methods of paying tolls are expected to be in place at the Raritan Toll Plaza on the Garden State Parkway, on some New Jersey Turnpike exits and on the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge, Goethals Bridge or Outerbridge Crossing. That means motorists won't have to fumble around for change to throw in automatic toll lane baskets on the parkway or dig out dollars to hand over to toll collectors on the turnpike. Instead, antennas, shortwave air waves or lasers mounted on toll booths will read credit card-size tags mounted on the car windshield and the toll amount will be credited to the motorist's credit card or debited from a prepaid monthly account or their bank. The same tag will be usable at tolls on the parkway, turnpike or the crossings operated by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. "Gov. Florio and the transportation executive council mandated that New Jersey would be a one-tag state," said Robert J. Hatala, director of administrative services for the turnpike authority. "That's why we are here today to try to bring all of the toll agencies in New Jersey together on this." The major North Jersey toll authorities, all members of an Interagency Electronic Tolls Traffic Management group, yesterday updated representatives of the southern toll authorities on their progress. A CentralSouth Jersey group, which will meet every six weeks or so, was also created. Up until now, the southern toll agencies, such as the Delaware River Port Authority, Cape May County Bridge Commission and Delaware River and Bay Authority, have not been included in the interagency group. "We have to work hard to bring South Jersey up to speed," said Anthony Marino, deputy director of the New Jersey Expressway Authority, which operates the Atlantic City Expressway. "What we're really looking at is linking Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York," he said. "What we're trying to become is a one-tag Middle Atlantic region." Alex Bonavitacola, deputy director of the Delaware River Port Authority, said the interagency group will have to convince him that the new tag system will benefit his agency before he will commit to it. He said that since 1971 his agency has used a laser scanner system at toll lanes to read a bar code sticker mounted on commuters' cars. Some 45,000 commuters purchase the stickers in order to get the discounted toll of 65 cents if they cross the Benjamin Franklin Bridge into Philadelphia 40 or more times a month. Without the sticker, the toll is 90 cents. Bonavitacola said he is concerned the new electronic tags, which are only mounted to vehicles by a Velcro strip, will transferable from car to car. "In effect, everyone would be able to pay only 65 cents, instead of the 90-cent toll," he said. "I don't think we could give up what we have, but we could add the tag system." In addition to having the tag system operating on the Staten Island corridor by 1992, the interagency group also expects to select which technology it will use by 1 995, Hatala said. The region will adopt uniform specifications so agencies can buy a unified and fully compatible regional system of tags and readers as well as a support AIDS walkathon to benefit women $200,000 goal set for hospital's clinic The Associated Press NEWARK The University of Medicine and Dentistry in New Jersey will hold a walkathon tomorrow to benefit a program for women and children with AIDS, university officials said yesterday. The walkathon is expected to raise $200,000 from corporate donations and from sponsors of the estimated 1,000 participants in the "Walk of Champions," said university spokeswoman Susan Preston. Most of the money will fund a social worker's position at University Hospital's clinic for women with AIDS, said Dr. Stanley S. Berger Jr., president of UMDNJ. The clinic is the only one in the state exclusively for women. "Many of these women also have children with AIDS," Bergen said. "We'll help these women get a baby sitter, and provide home health care and other services." Dr. Patricia Kloser, director of the clinic, said it is overcrowded, overbooked, understaffed and won't improve without more resources. The walkathon is one of several events scheduled tomorrow, which has been proclaimed "AIDS Awareness Day" by Gov. Florio. UMDNJ's School of Osteopathic Medicine, and its Robert Wood Johnson Medical School in Camden, will hold a walkathon in Cherry Hill Township at Cooper River Park, Berger said. The Hyacinth Foundation, New Jersey's largest AIDS service group, will hold its second annual "AIDS Awareness Walkathon" in New Brunswick tomorrow. Berger said acquired immune deficiency syndrome is the leading cause of death for women in New Jersey between the ages of 15 and 44. The state is third in the nation in the number of children with HIV infection, the virus that causes AIDS, he said. The state Department of Health reports that Essex County leads the New Jersey in AIDS cases with 3,120 for the first nine months of the year, compared with 2,583 cases for the same period last year. City and county health departments did not have the number of women with AIDS in Essex County. New Jersey's 9,683 AIDS cases rank fifth in the nation behind New York, California, Florida and Texas, according to the health department. The walkathon was organized by the UMDNJ volunteer group, The Champions. It will be held at Branch Brook Park, with walkers taking a 6.2-mile hike and strollers going one mile, Ms. Preston said. Lucinda Florio is the honorary chair of the walkathon. On Thursday, in his administration's first major policy address on AIDS, Florio said the state didn't have enough money for his AIDS program. The walkathon's co-chairs include Democratic U.S. senators Bill Bradley and Frank Lautenberg, and actresses Olympia Dukakis and Susan Lucci. network for operations management for all cooperating toll authorities, according to the groups goals. By the year 2000, the interagency group expects to have a toll payment system in place on a regional basis that uses a single tag. Where practical, it should be a nonstop system where vehicles can drive through the toll plaza unimpeded by the toll collection process, according to the group's goals. The port authority has been the lead agency in the drive to bring the electronic toll collection technology to motorists. Some 3,000 buses traveling the exclusive bus lane at the Lincoln Tunnel use electronic tags to pay the toll, said Ronald Cunningham, interagency coordinator and an official of the port authority. A test of electronic toll and its ability to read tags on different size vehicles just began on the Goethals Bridge, he said. "We have small sports cars and large trucks going across the bridges and we have to make sure the equipment can read the tags on all of them," he said. Cunningham said the cost of the electronic toll systems vary. However, the tags cost anywhere between $20 and $100, with the most common one on the market costing about $32, he said. It is likely that motorists will have to buy the tags themselves or put a deposit on the tags, officials said. It will cost between $15,000 and $20,000 per toll booth for the equipment that reads the tags and another $ 100,000 for the computer to interface with the system and maintain the customer data base, he said. Authorities might also want to share a computer with another agency, he added. Stanley Dizewski, telecommunications system engineer for the highway authority, said his agency is presently completing tests on two electronic toll collection systems and will begin testing a third soon. He said there were problems with tags used in both tests and the tests will be done again. Harry R. Loewengart, manager of special projects for the turnpike authority, said three technologies were tested on his toll road. All of the tests have been a success, he said. "We've found that electronic toll collection is ten times more accurate than automatic toll lanes with gates and three times more accurate than magnetic tape toll tickets," he said. "We think they are a great success," he said. First step taken to ban infant beanbag pillow The Associated Press WASHINGTON The Consumer Product Safety Commission said yesterday it has taken the first step to ban infant beanbag cushions because of 30 reported cases of babies found dead on them. The commission voted Thursday to publish a notice of proposed rulemaking in which it will seek public comments to help it develop an accurate definition of the product The cushions are filled with plastic foam beads or other granular material that can conform to the body of an infant, especially to the face, when the infant is placed stomach-downward. They have been promoted as resting or sleeping places for infants or devices to prop them upright, but in at least 30 cases have led to death through suffocation. The commission announced earlier this year an agreement with all known manufacturers of the cushions to recall them and not produce any more. The recalls, covering about a million cushions, are still in effect. Consumers who have not already returned their infant cushions should stop using them, return to the store or destroy them, the commission said. Recall instructions can be obtained from a toll-free telephone number, 1-800-638-2772. Most manufacturers have offered refunds. Commenting on the commission's vote, Chairman Jacqueline Jones-Smith said, "Although production of infant cushions has stopped, we need to prevent any future production of this product in order to prevent more deaths." 3CTOBER 11 Bradley Beach United Methodist U.N.W. LaReine 4 Madison "Ave. will hold a rummage sale Thurs.. Oct. 11th. 1PM-4PM. Fri., Oct. 12th. 4PM-7PM, Sat., Oct. 13th 9AM-12PM. $1 bag day. Use Madison Ave. gym entrance. r - OCTOBER 13 " Allaire Historic Village is sponsoring the annual Fall Antique show on the Carriage House Meadow from 8am until 4pm. Appraisal service noon till 3pm. $2 per item. Allaire State Park, Rt. 524. Wall. $1 admission. 938-2253 Calvary Baptist Church Mission Board Pancake Breakfast, 13th Ave. and E St., Belmar, 8am-llam. Tickets $3.25 Adults, S2. children under 12. Pancakes, sausage, juice and coffee. Christ Episcopal Church, Calico Fair, 92 King's Hwy., Middle-town, Saturday, Oct. 13, 9am-4pm. Crafters, Books, Collectibles, Baked Goods & Preserves, Plants, Silent Auction, Raffle, House Plants, Children's games, tour Old Christ Church. Community Fire Company of Leonardo is having monthly Flea Market, at Fairgrounds, Hwy. 36 & Appleton Ave., Leonardo. October 13, 8 am - 4 pm. Rain date October 14. Vendors welcome. For information, call 291-5749. First Presbyterian Church of Long Branch. Hoey & Cedar Avenues. Annual fall rummage sale. Saturday, October 13th. 9-3. Coffee & snacks available. Friends of the Middletown Library, 18th Annual Book Sale. Sat., Oct. 13, 9am-5pm & Mon.-Weds., Oct. 15-17, 9am-9pm. Used books & magazines for children & adults at very low prices. 55 New Monmouth Rd. Georgian Court college 10th annual antiques show & sale, ' Oct 13 t Oct. 14, 11 6 . 40 antiques dealers, glass repair on site. Admission $3.00. Free parking. Snack bar on premis-es. Tours of Gould Mansion (nominal fee). 364-2200, ext. 285. Jackson Township Mayor's Fall Flea Market, 8 a.m.-3 p.m. at Johnson Park (Cooks Bridge Rd. & Manhattan St.) All vendors welcome, must supply own table (food, Jackson vendors only). Space fee $5. Further info, 928-1200, ext. 255. Jersey Shore Doll Club (UFDC) presents its 5th Doll Show & Sale on Sat., Oct. 13, 1990, 10 am-4 pm. Elks Club, Clifton Ave. & Washington St., Toms River, NJ. $3 (with this notice $2.50), children under 12 - $1. No strollers. Kingfisher Cove Community Assoc. Flea Market. 9 A.M.-3 P.M. Multi-family-something for everyone, off Mantoloking Rd. Op- " posite Girls Florist. Brick. 920-2074 Siloam United Methodist Women's Flea Market - 9am-3pm & mini carnival, llam-lpm. Sat. 1013, rain date, 1020. Baked goods & food sale. Siloam Rd. Rt. 527, Freehold Twp. Tables $7. 2 for $10. Space $5. For reservations 928-0359. Single Faces invites you on Sat., Oct. 13, 9pm for a special Grand Opening dance party in the exquisite & beautiful ' Parsippany Hilton, Rt. 10 West, Parsippany. Call 267-7373 for ' i directions or 238-0972 for info. Discount wad. Be There! Singles AgainSingles '90 "Octoberfest Party" Put on your leiderhosen & polka on over to the Quality Inn, Rt. 1, No. ' Brunswick. Join NJ's largest singles group tonight & get in free. Prizes, snacks. Orientation: 8:30. Dance: 9. 928-2300 Squankum Fire Co. Ladies Auxiliary annual Fall Craft Show, Rt. ' 547, Farmingdale. 9am to 3:30pm. Many fine crafters. Re-freshments & lunch avail. St. George Greek Ladies Philoptochos of Asbury Park - Fall Luncheon and Fashions by Angelic Tiger, Rumson. Ocean-Place Hilton Ballroom, One Ocean Blvd., Long Branch, Sat. , ( Oct. 13th, 11:30 AM. Donations $27. 774-6142, 222-7674. The Old Wall Historical Society Antique, Craft 4 Collectable Show at the Allgor-Barkalow Museum, 1701 New Bedford Rd., - Wall. Sat. Oct. 13. Table space $10 (car length). 9 A.M.-3 P.M. "' For info call 974-1393. Rain date 1014. The Spartan Booster Club of Ocean Township High School Annual Flea Market and Craft Fair. Middlebrook Shopping ' ; Center, Hwy. 35 and Deal Rd. 9am-4pm. Raindate, Oct. 14. Focus on Jewish Singles Charity AuctionParty Sun., Oct. 14 at Somerset Hilton, Somerset, 6:30 pm. Donation $25. Date pkgs. will be auctioned. Dancing, partying, food. Ages 22 and over. Info: Focusline 201-469-2325, directions: 201-469-2600 " Parents Without Partners a Singles organization requiring verification presents Sun. Eve DJ Dance at the Leisure Lounge, Rt. 70, Lakewood. Orientation 8:15-9pm. Dance 9pm-l. Free buffet. Members $5. Yr. dues $25. Info 367-7566 Single Faces Invites you on Sun., Oct. 14, 8pm to the sophisticated & exquisite Hilton at Short Hills for a very elite dance party. Call 379-0100 for directions or 238-0972 for info. Discount wad. Jackets req. Always over 400 singles. St. Ambrose School Doll & Teddy Bear Show, October 14, 1990, 10-4 PM. Throck Morton Lane, Old Bridge. Admission $2.50 (50 off with this ad). Door prizes, Refreshments, ' Raffles. Information. Call 679-4700 United Cerebral Palsy presents Hot & Cool Fashions by Mangos. Oct. 14, 2 PM. Door prizes, cold buffet, beverages. Design Impressions Furniture Gallery, Rt. 35 North, Wall Twp. Donation $25. Call 922-6363. V.F.W. Post 2179 Middletown, NJ. Flea Market & Baseball Card Show Indoor Oct. 14, 1990. 9AM-4PM. Off Route 36 East (Just Past A&P at Wilson Ave.) Port Monmouth. Call 671-3559. "Over-50-Nifties Singles Group". A super turnout every Mon-day night, 7-1 lpm. Oakhurst Recreation Building on West Park Ave. (V mi. east of Hwy. 35. first street on the left). Dancing, buffet, live music. $6. For info., 544-0222 . ii5 Call toll free: Local 922-6050 Other locations (800)822-8988 Datebook ads limited to use by non-profit organizations (proof Publication 01 non-prom Mdiu may ue requesieu ai nine ui du placement. Each ad maximum of 4 lines. All ads run 5, 10 or 15 consecutive insertions. Advertisements may not begin more than 15 days prior to date of event or cutoff date for reservations. Deadline Date Publication Data Deadline Data Sunday: Monday: Tuesday: Wednesday: Tuesday 1PM Friday 3PM Friday 3PM Monday 1 PM Thursday: Friday: Saturday: Tuesday 1PM Wednesday 1PM Thursday 1PM RATES: S times: $14, 10 timet: $22, 15 timet: $30. NOTE TO READER: Please read entire ad for possible additional dates noted In bold. ...OCTOBER 16 Bayville Elks Ladies Auxiliary, Flea Market, every Tues. Starts 9 a.m. 247 Route 9, Bayville. Bargains for everyone. For info. call 269-0648 Parents Without Partners Bayshore 644 Dance Party at Lakeside Manor, Hwy 36, Hazlet. Orientation 8pm. Dance 8:30pm. DJ, snacks wPWP card $5, without card $8. For further information 888-5515 Pine BrookDeborah Fall Harvest Festival. Manalpan Mall, Rt 9 & Symms Rd. 1016-1021; 5pm-llpm; weekend noon-11pm. Sat. 1020 Halloween costume contest 12-lpm. Orig. Batmobile, lots of vendors. Adm. free. For info. 536-7842 . Toms River YMCA, Competitive swim team registration, Oct. 15, 4-6 P.M., Oct. 16, 709 P.M., Please call 341-9622 OCTOBER 17 Asbury United Methodist Women Fall Rummage Sale. Church dining room, Atlantic Ave. at Church St., No. Long Branch. Wed. Oct. 17, 9-4: Thuri. Oct. 18. 9-12 noon. Friends of Future House, trip to Paramont Hotel, Catskills, from Oct. 17-21. Everything included for $235. Great time for all! Reservation deadline October 14. Call 681-9121 Parents Without Partners 025 a singles organization requiring verification presents a DJ Dance at the Leisure Lounge, Rt. 70, Lakewood. Orientation 8:15-9pm. Dance 9pm-12. Mem-bers $3. Yr. dues $25. Info 367-7566 Quest-the Singles Alternative, for all the right reasons! Join us each Wed., 7:45, for discussion groups, special programs, thought-provoking topics, coffee hour, dancing, snacks, prizes. 1st Unitarian Church, 1475 W. Front St., Lincroft. $5. OCTOBER 18 The Red BankFreehold Telephone Pioneers, Chinese Auction, Matawan Regional H.S., Atlantic Ave, Aberdeen. Thurs, Oct. 18, Doors Open 7 P.M., auction starts 8 P.m. Tickets $4per person, refreshments served! Children are welcome! Toms River High School East German Club presents 3rd Annual Oktoberfest. 6-9pm in cafetorium. German band, buffet dinner, dancing. $7. Deadline, Oct. 14. No tickets at door. Call 255-6671 for information. ......................OCTOBER 19 ....................... Brick Twp. H.S. Marching Dragon Band Presents a '50s-'60s Dance wthe T-Birds, 8pm-12 midnight at the V.F.W., Adam-ston Rd., Brick. Hot & Cold Buffet. $20. No tickets will be sold at the door. Call Hank for information, 892-3061 Shrewsbury Township's senior citizen's Annual Bazaar. Halloween & Christmas tree ornaments, etc. Crafts, raffles, white elephant sale. Fri., Oct. 19 & Sat., Oct. 20, 9:30am-4:30pm. Mutual Hall, Shrewsbury Twp. Silverton Fire Co. Ladies Auxiliary Chinese Auction at the firehouse. Doors open at 6:30. Drawing at 8pm. Donation $3. Adults only. For information call 255-1053. Singles Again "7th Annual Autumn Ball" Open House Special Event in a special location for tonight only! PJ Ruggles, Rt. 71, Spring Lake. Biggest event of the fall season! Over 300 expected! Prizes! Orientation: 8:30. Dance: 9. 928-2300 Singles AgainSingles '90 "All New Dance Party" Fridays sizzle at the Flagpost Inn. Why not join us? $5 admission wad before 9pm. Snacks, prizes. Top DJ entertainment. Rt. 1 So., So. Brunswick. For info directions call 928-2300 Sons & Daughters of Erin fall dance. Oct. 19, '90. 7:30pm-lam. Featuring Paddy Noonan Band Irish Billy Briggs. Hightstown Country Club, Hightstown, NJ. $16 a ticket. Ticket info call (609) 259-2563 St. Barbara Greek Orthodox Church "Christmas In October" Chinese Auction, 7 pm (doors open 6:30), 2200 Church Rd Toms River. $4 per person, incl. Greek pastry & coffee. More info: Vinnie 201-286-1714 or Cathy 609-971-8432 after 6 Center United Methodist Church, 729 Arnold Ave., Pt. Pleasant Beach Famous Roast Beef Dinner delicious roast beef, Yorkshire pudding, home made tarts, etc. Adults $8: children $4. Seating 4, 5 & 6 pm. Call 477-5633. Walk ins also. Farmingdale School annual Autumn Craft Show will be held rain or shine from 10am-4pm at the school, Academy St. & Southard Ave. Over 80 professional crafters. Refreshments, bake sale, 5050 & children's activities avail. Admission free. Herbertsville PTA, Bricktown, has temporarily canceled the flea market scheduled. All monies will be refunded. Call 458-4596 for more info. Ladies Auxiliary Marlboro Fire Co. 3rd Annual Fall Craft Show, Oct 20, Marlboro Fire House, Rt. 79, 9am-4pm Indooroutdoor. 60 crafters. Outdoor space avail. Refreshments avail. Information 201-972-9362 . Monmouth County Audubon Society, Bus Trip to Cape May State Park & Forsythe Nat'l. Wildlife Refuge $10. Boro Busses, Shrewsbury, 7:30am. Returning 5:30. Send check to NCAS, PO Box 542, Red Bank, NJ 07701. For more info 747-1270 Presbyterian Women of 1st Presbyterian Church, Virginia Ave., Manasquan will Sponsor " A Country Fair " Bazaar, 9am-3:30pm. Boutique, Christmas items, baked goods & deli. Luncheon from 11:30-1:30. Rosary Altar Society will hold a Gift Auction on Saturday, Oct. 20th in St. Veronica's School Cafeteria. Hwy. 9. Howell. Doors Open 6:30PM. Refreshments served. Donation $3.00. Saint Thomas the Apostle HSA, craft show & sale. Sat. Oct. 20, from 9-4 P.M. in the school auditorium, directly off Rt. 18 South, Oldbridge. Handmade & handcrafted items only. Raf-fles & refreshments. Single Sources (ages 30-50). A group from the Marlboro Jewish Center. Join us for a 'House Party' 8:30pm. Admission $7. members; $9. non-members. For reservations call Bonnie 536-6536 or 536-4045. St. Joseph's annual Holiday Potpourri Art & Craft Show Oct. 20, 9-5pm. St. Joseph's Church, Toms River. Entertainment books, raffles, lunch. Call 244-9823. The Bayhead Shores Property Owners Association Ladies Auxiliary is sponsoring their 9th Annual Holiday Bazaar at The Bayhead Shores Clubhouse, 1711 Bay Blvd., Pt. Pleasant. 9am-4pm, Featuring beautiful gift items & a luncheon menu. Wall United Methodist Church UMW, Fellowship Hall. 2414 Old Mill Rd, Spring Lake Heights Annual Roast Beef Dinner! Sat. Oct. 20th, 4:30 I 6:30 P.M. Tickets $7.50 adults. $3.50 children under 12. Call for reservation 681-7424 or 449-7754 Wayside United Methodist Church, 1215 West Park Ave., Wayside, NJ is sponsoring a chicken supper served family style from 3:30 to 7pm. Donation - adults $8. - children $4. West Grove United Methodist Women's annual bazzar at the West Grove United Methodist Church, Rt. 33 & Walnut St., Neptune. 9:30 A.M.-3 P.M. Luncheon served between 11:30 A.M.-l P.M. West Minster Presbyterian Church. The 12th annual "Family-A-Fair" Bazaar, will be held. 10-4 P.M. at 94 Tindall Rd., Middletown. All articles handcrafted including folk art, Christmas ornaments & decorations, silent auction & baked goods. OCTOBER 21 Brookdale Community College 2nd Annual Science Caper: A Day of Family Fun! Science assemblies, workshops, hands-on activities, & more. llam-4pm. Adults, $7 advance. $9 dr. Kids & seniors, $4 advance. $6 dr. Gym. 842-1900 ext. 307. Freehold Township Independent Fire Co. Ladies Auxiliary Holiday Craft & Boutique Show 10 am-4 pm. Lunch counter, bake table, 50 tables of crafts. Free admission. Rt. 527 (Siloam Rd.). Smithburg. Ocean County Jewish Federation Women Division presents Rabbi Leonid Feldman lecturing on From Marx to Moses: A Personal Odyssey of a Refusnick Sun., Oct. 21, 7 pm, Lecture Hall, Ocean Cnty. College, Toms River. $20ticket. 363-0530 OCTOBER 23 The Sisterhood of Monmouth Reform Temple, 332 Hance Ave., Tinton Falls is holding their Nearly New Sale, October 23 & 24, 9:30-4 PM each day. Clothing, brie a brae, household items. Something for everyone. .OCTOBER 24 ....................... Sisterhood, Temple Beth Or, Van Zile Rd., Brick. Chinese Auction, October 24, at 6PM. VCR, TV, Microwave, Appliances-Big Prizes. Tickets $3.50 at door. For information Call 458-4700 OCTOBER 25 Temple Beth Mirium, Sisterhood rummage sale. Oct. 24 & 25, 9:30 to 3:30. We are opposite the train station on Lincoln Ave. in Elberon. Something for everyone. Coffee & cake served. ......................OCTOBER 26 ....................... Spring Lake-Sea Girt Area Jr. Women's Club Chinese Auction Fri.. 1026, Taylor Pavilion, Ocean Ave.. Belmar. Doors open 6PM. Tickets $5, sold at door. Refreshments served P incl. bicycle. CD player, Waterford-com'tv The Hamilton's Ladies Auxiliary will hoM ts OMs .to a Hamilton Firehouse on Jumping Suva Hit NKytvu". Doors open at 6:30 PM Admission a $4-A 'barbershop" champion MvvwvHitn 8jttitoumi v'Nxu 4 Sweet Adelines w outt I ! Ur a&shop Stie Count Rasie TrMMtie KJ Hjw )kx. sc advance tickets,, credit cards aocwhM $1 $K. C" S4.'-.W. GFWC Manqu n Juniors presents its Fall Craft Fair Sat. Oct 27 at the Parker Ave Firehouse. Manasquan. Single space $20. double $J0. Call 681 5537 or 223-2533 for reservations by Oct 15 1 Ladies Aux. Volunteer Fire Co. is sponsoring a Halloween Dance'Sat. Oct. 27, 9-1 at the Morganville Volunteer Fire Co., Tennent Rd. Hot & cold buffet, prizes. Donation $12. For info. call 591-1819 or 591-1145. Oliver Byron Engine Co. 5. 100th Anniversary Dinner Dance to be held at the Shadowbrook in Shrewsbury, N.J.. (On Obre PI.) Oct. 27th at 7 P.M. South Belmar First Aide Squad will be holding their Chinese Auction, October 27th. Doors open at 6 PM. 707 18th Ave., So. Belmar. Limited seating. $3.00 admission. Refreshments. The First United Methodist Church of Farmingdale is having a Roast Beef dinner on Saturday, October 27, 1990. Tickets are $8.50 or $4.00 for children under 12. To make reservations for 4:30. 5:30 or 6:30 PM, call 938-2464 or 938-7302 The Hamilton Fire Co., 10 Jumping Brook Rd., Neptune, Third Annual Halloween Benefit Dance, Sat., Oct. 27, 7pm 'till ? DJ, prizes, hot buffet. Donation $15. Proceeds to benefit Kris Daly. Call 922-9568 for tickets. The Presbyterian Church On The Hill, Ocean Township. Sharon & Jeremy Lees In Concert, to benefit the building fund. Vocal works of Brahms, Mozart & others. 8pm, Oct. 27 Tickets-$8, Seniorschildren-$6. Info.: 389-1356 eves. Whitesville Ladies Auxiliary is sponsoring Halloween Party, 9pm till? at Firehouse, Rt. 547, Jacksonn. Tickets $8. Cash bar, live DJ & door prizes. For info call 363-1312 Wing & Bonnet Car Club, Cemetery Madness Road Rally & Costume Party. Freehold Municipal parking lot in back of Federicis, 5 P.M., 1st car off at 6:31. Rally ends at Federicis. Prizes for costume & rally. $12. for more info call 223-0326 ...................... NOVEMBER 3 ....................m Christian Brothers Academy, Lincroft, N.J. will be giving their annual entrance exam for the incoming Freshman Class of Sept. 1991. Nov. 3, 1990. Testing fee $50. Call 747-1959 for info. G. Harold Antrim School, holiday gallery of crafts, Niblick Street, Point Pleasant Beach, Sat. Nov. 3, 10-4 P.M. Some spaces still avail. Call Mary at 899-9176 or Nancy at 295-3667 Deadline for reservations Nov. 14 St. Brendan Pipes & Drums, Annual Piper's Ball. VFW, Osbor-neville Rd., Brick. 7pm-lam. Cocktail hour, music Ian Gallagher Band, performance by Pipes & Drums & Step Dancers. $15person. Call 609-693-6833, 201-892-6306 by Nov. 1. NOVEMBER 4 Sisterhood Temple Beth El Boutique & Craft Fair, Sunday, Nov. 4, 10am-4pm. Table rentals $25 per table. A tax deductable donation. Spaces available. Call Robin 531-7755. Reservation deadline Oct 25. The Allenwiod PTG is sponsoring 2nd Annual Jersey Shore Antique Show at the Wall Twnsp. Intermediate School, Allaire Rd., Wall. Sat. Nov. 3, 10am to 5pm & Sun., Nov. 4, 10am to 4pm. Admission $2.50. Children under 12 free. Refreshments. ......N OV E MBER 10 ............w Jackson No. 1 Fire Co. & Auxiliary presents the 4th Annual "Fox" Male Revue, Sat., Nov. 10. 1990. Larsen & New Prospect Rd., Donation $15. Call 367-9435 after 6:00 p.m. for tickets or information by Nov. 1, 1990. 21 and over please. Monseigneur Donovan High School PTA Annual Luncheon Fashion Show, By the Seaside, fashions by Belmar Fashion Corner, 11:30am at Holiday Inn, Rt. 37, Toms River. Admis-sion $30. For reservations call by Oct. 26, 286-4654. Spotswood High School DECA presents their 2nd Annual Holiday Crafts Fair. Spotswood High School, Summerhill Rd., Spotswood. From 10am-3pm. Only hand crafted items. Spac-es avail., $18. Call 251-6800 ext. 222. Reserve by Oct. 15. The American Cancer Society in assoc. wGreenburg Productions is sponsoring a benefit concert at the Asbury Park Convention Hall, Sat. 1110. Featuring comedian George Carlin. tickets $21.50. Deadline to purchase 1022. 229-7113 Wall High School Band Boosters 5th Annual Country Christmas Boutique & Craft Show, Nov. 10, 9:30am-4pm. 18th Ave & New Bedford Rd., Wall Twp. $20 for 10' space. Reserve by Oct. 18. Spaces limited. Call 681-1419 or 681-6330 NOVEMBER 11 CentraState Assoc. Auxiliary sponsors Indoor Craft & Antooue Show at Freehold Raceway. For Dealer application cm 780-4615 by Oct. 24 leave name, address i pnone on machine. NOVEMBER 17 Pleasant Plains 1st Aid Squad I'm annua! CNrs- e?ar. Show. 9am to 4pm at Interrneda lM i wv Toms River. Reservations must tv m t-v CVt -V PCCf MRE 1 -ii i ' St Mary $ PT nvra aVwyvft N.M." t l & cts ta m S Cwv- I ;Ci -. V fc-ji-w jwMiiTf CV jr SUM j.0! (. or jr-WT. "!. ci ? ,yg .- ,v. xt 'w t. ? vt ', iCH.CK)i jl cdft TKM. 10 - all, 1 K. U0O. . j h-k. 'tnjyt tjce, $ -' '.' -fcN- j?? CVt K. Cong(:?H)n Sots ot isia. liocoons Corner 3d.. Mjixftapan. Aikk. Nwiday lit Ft. Sun. Dec 2, Uam4em. Tacxes for rent $A. (news. Snac. tMf. Onty new mercnandise. Reser- dtioiis by 10 .M Cait 44o 71.4 or 44o-74i?t MAY 10 Deborah Seaside Chapter American Express. England. Scotland, 14 days, land $1,269. Brittish Air from Newark $549. -Max. 19 meals, superior hotels & many extras. $200. dep. now. Call Eleanor at 830-2182 or 793-5331.

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