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COURIER-POST, Camden, N.J., Tuesday, April 15, 1975 26 LEGAL NOTICE Woodbury Relays Set and 320 low hurdles have been added to the girls program while the 440 and sprint medley events have been retained. Staeger also has come up with a unique way of starting the first event of the afternoon championship program. A flintlock rifle will be fired by a Woodbury city official to commemorate the first shot of the American Revolution. Garden TUESDAY POST TIME 2 PM. FIRST RACE-Purse $3,800, claiming, fillies and mares, 4-year-olds up, 6 furlongs: 11 Grey Reville Edwards Iff 16-1 Native Mood Saumell 10 4-1 5 Tiny Robin Lopez 114 4-1 1 Gladys Anne K.

Edwards 109 8-1 2 Inquisitress Thomas 114 20-1 3 Hoot and a Hollar McCurdy 114 30-1 4 Princess Anita Barrera 114 6-1 6 Come On Mood Spencer 107 30-1 7 Rose Glow Bromley 109 6-1 9Bev'sRieDeb Tichenor 114 8-1 10 Stylish Sy Thomburg 114 20-1 11 Chic Lea Ortiz 109 12-1 SECOND ACE Purse $3,800, claiming, fillies and mares, 4-year-olds up, 6 furlongs: 1 Whit Blaie Thomas 119 1-1 Texas Girl Saumell 114 S-l 5 Seventh Avenut Lopei 114 4-1 1 Neptune's Image Caraballo 114 S-l 2 Hi Way Bowl Barrera 114 6-1 4 Broken Petal Landicini 108 1S-1 7NoMoreStuff Gracia 115 20-1 8 Rocket to Me 9 Seneca Belle 10 Very Haudi Santos 114 15-1 Edwards 112 30-1 Catalano 112 30-1 THIRO RACE Purse $6,000, maidens, 3-year-olds. 6 furlongs: 5 Zarf Moselev 120 8-5 3 Pheidippides Caraballo 120 4-1 4 Privileged Party Tichenor 110 4-1 1 Tender Scoundrel Thomas 120 5-1 2 Exorcism Barrera 120 30-1 6 Elusive Guy Gabriella 120 4-1 7 Royal Devil Thornburg 120 30-1 8 Pass Key Catalano 115 20-1 FOURTH RACE Purse $6,000, maidens, 3-year-olds, 6 furlongs: 5 scowi Guadalupe IIS S-l 7 Cherokee's Heart Tichenor 120 even 1 Miss Nibbles Edwards no 4-t 120 10-1 120 20-1 120 10-1 108 10-1 2 Little Vince 3 Clipper Joe 4 Willie's Turn 6 Boid Chasm FIFTH RACE- Thornburg Morales Guadalupe Bromley $3,700, claiming, fil lies mares, 1 70 yds. 5 Our Lit Joy Ortii 3 Ballyiamesduff Catalano 109 109 114 114 109 2 Load 'n Go Tanner 1 Asian Song 4 Bolamoney 6 With Permis'n 7 Determemo 8 Suyin McBride Edwards Edwards Barrera Moseley 117 15-1 114 15-1 122 S-l Keystone NO ONE will ever Mullen, 8, to Sandra find us here says Lisa Beouchemin, 7, as they Courier-Post Photo by Nick Arroyo hug the side of a building in Collingswood during a game of hide-and-go-seek. Nabbed by State Police Unit 14 Theft Ring Suspects Held TUESDAY The Organized Crime Task Force Bureau of the State Police today arrested 14 persons believed to be part of a South Jersey burglary ring. Another four persons were expected to be arrested later today.

According to Sgt. Joseph Kobus, acting as spokesman for the task force, which operates out of the State Police barracks in Berlin, the arrests were the result of a Task Force investigation which started late last year. Kobus said the investigation led to a state grand jury's returning sealed indictments last Wednesday charging 18 defendants with a total of 68 countsof crimes, including armed robbery, burglary, larceny, breaking and entering, carrying deadly weapons and conspiracy. Kobus said it isbelieved all the suspects know each other and took part in burglaries or armed robberies of private homes, businesses and supermarkets most of them in Camden County during 1971 to 1974. FIRST RACE Purse $3,500, maiden, claiming, 3-year-olds and up, SVj furlongs: 4 Ye CommaderCappacetti 112 3-1 1 All Spicy Fantini IIS 4-1 4 Delcraft Burton 111 5-1 9 Sher Cin Villon 115 6-1 7 aGantt'n Lassie RLTurc'te 115 6-1 11 aJodami ml lurcotte 115 61 1 Mcm'a Went Away Arro'e 115 10-1 8 Alita Rogers 115 10-1 10 One Ten Ctrl Arr'e 108 10-1 3 Houston Oueen Fredella 115 20-1 SOnceToOften Villon 115 20-1 SECOND RACE-Purse $3,500, claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 6 furlongs: 8 Son of Deltona Bradford 117 3-1 14 Mr.

R.C. F. Shuk 120 4-1 9 Roger's Joker Stovall 110 S-1 2 Crafty Elf Jaccino 110 6-1 5 aGreatest Hoax Arroyave 108 6-1 13 a Repose Arroyave 108 6-1 1 Frisky Taste Mucciolo 110 10-1 3 Silver Ghost O'Shaug'ssy 112 10-1 10 Elite Party Fantini 115 10-1 4 Swinging Willie Baker 115 20-1 6 Devil's Trill Bradford 115 20-1 7New'tricia Mucciolo 115 20-1 IIArdentPete Daly 117 20-1 12 Dancing Cato Laiz 110 20-1 aC. R. Robbins-J.

Dell and F. Coschi entry. THIRO RACE-Purse $3,700, maiden, claiming, mares, 4-year-olds and up, mile and 116: 3 Miss Gazebo Guerra 115 2-1 5 Me Tudor RLTurcotte 120 1-1 6 Sandy Hill lliescue 120 4-1 2 Prince Turn Cappacetti 120 6-1 7 Wolf's Mango Fantini 120 6-1 I Restless Action Mucciolo 115 101 4 Meduras Lukas 120 lOl FOURTH RACE Purse $3,700, claiming, 4-year-olds and up, mile and 70 yds. 5 Nez Perce Marley 122 5-2 1 Little Lightning Levato 121 1-1 8 Pagliel Lukas 119 4-1 3 Nashborough Mucciolo 108 6-1 4 Judordian Mucciolo M4 6-1 1 Pokerland RLTurcotte 119 10-1 7 Irish Doubt Jaccino 106 10-1 6 Wild Spending Greco 112 15-1 NOTICE OP SALE Please take notice that on April I. 1975.

starting at 10:00 sell at our office, 2 Sure Springs, N.J., one Chevrolet VegT Hatchback Wagon, serial 1V15B3U2B6194, by reason of default of Maria Jacob, in acertam purity agreanent with Pwiesr! State Bar. Said vehicle can be iryetled Ncton True Sales, Bt. 42. Oepfforo. NTpioneer Stat.

Ban. rerv right to bid on this vehicle. (113.521 Take Notice, that on April 21. W7S. at 9 30 a.m.

local time, at the office ot Farr. Reifsteck Wolf, a Professrjal Corporation. 10 White Horse Pike. Haddon Heights, New Jerjey.shaM sell at public sale one 1970 Chrysler Newport. 4 Serial Number CE43L0C201692, repossessed from Thomas i.

O'Malley. Said arttclemay be inspected at Garden State Motors. 3400 Black Horse Pike. West Collings-wood. New Jersey (57.28) NATIONAL BANK Take Notice, that on April 21, 1975.

at 9-30 a.m. local time, at the office of Farr. Reifsteck Wolf. Professional Corporation, 10 White Horse Pike, Haddon Heights. New Jersey, we shall sell at public sale one 1964 Pontlac 2 GTO, Serial Number 242176B106075, repossessed from Jackie Govan.

Said article may be inspected at Richards Motor Sales, 693 North Pearl Street, Bridgeton, New CUMBERLAND (17.28) NATIONAL BANK Take Notice, that on April 21, 1975 at 9:30 a.m. local time, at the office of Farr, Reifsteck 8, Wolf, a Professional Corporation. 10 White Horse Pike. Haddon Heights, New Jersey, we shall sell at public sale one 1974 Volkswagen, Wagon, Serial Number 2242064390, repossessed from Gean L. Coleman.

Said article may be inspected at Bill Magarity Volkswagen, North Delsea Drive. Millville, New Jersey. FARMERSMERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK (57.28) Take Notice, that on April 21, t975 at 9-30 a local time, at the office of Farr, Reifsteck Wolf, a Professional-Corporation, 10 White Horse Pike, Haddon Heights. New Jersey, we shall sell at public sale one 1972 Plymouth Fury. 2 Serial Number PH23K2F26870O.

repossessed from Connie W. Waller. Said article may be inspected at Richards Motor Sales, 693 North Pearl Street, Bridgeton, New JerMV CUMBERLAND ($7.28) NATIONAL BANK PROPOSAL Sealed bids will be received in the reception room. Purchase Bureau, 4M; Floor, State House, Trenton, N.J. until 10 30 a.m April 21.

1975 and read publicly, for: VARIOUS ANIMAL FEEO (R-74164, R-74165) Bid documents may be obtained during office hours. Bids may be rejected It not submitted within time, dale and at place designated and if not accompanied by a certified check or bid bond as specified in the bid document. Any and all bids may be refected, and an award made in whole or in part. STATE OF NEW JERSEY DEPARTMENT OP THE TREASURY DIVISION OF PURCHASE ANO PROPERTY (f.15.08) DIRECTC NOTICE OF APPLICATION Take notice that Martin E. Feld-man, trading as Michael's Liquors, applied to me Borough of Mer-chantville for a Plenary Retail Distribution license for the premises situated at 672 W.

Maple Mercnantville. The names and addresses of all officers are as follows: Martin E. Feldman. 622 W. Maple Mercnantville.

President. Beatme I Feldman, 622 Maple Mercnantville. Secretary and Treasurer. Anna Feldman. Rittentw.

ClarKlcy. leth and Walnut Pa Director. Obiertions, if any. should be made immediately in writing to CWniet GoMhold, Borough Clerti. Merchent- villa.

MARTIN FELDMAN. 677 Maple Mercnantville (527.04) PROPOSAL Sealed bids will be received in ft reception room, Purchase Bureau. 4 Floor, Slate House, Trenton, N.J until 10 00 a m. May 19, 1975 and read pub licly. for: VENDING MACHINES ANNUAL Mandatary Bidder's Conference, Thursday, April 22, 1975 al a.m.

Bid documents may be obtalnec during ollice hours. Bids may be rejected It not submitted withm time, dale and at place designated and if not accompanied by a certified check or bid bond as specified in the bid document. Any and all bids may be rejected, and an award made in whole or in part. STATE OF NEW JFRSEY DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY DIVISION OF PURCHASE AND PROPERTY FRANK M. PAPALE.

JR (517.16) DIRECTOR PROPOSAL Sealed bids will be received in the rereption room. Purchase Bureau. Floor, State House, Trenton. J. until 7:00 May 13, 1975 and read publicly, for- DEVELOPMENT OP A CORRECTIONS MASTER PLAN IN ORDER TO BETTER UNIFY THE STATE'S CORRECTIONAL SYSTEM Attendance and Reqistratian at Bidder's Conference Is Mandatory to Quality Prospective Bidders.

Date: April 23, 1975 Tim: 10:90 Location: Assembly Launae, State Mouse Basement, Trenton, N.J. Bid doruments may be obtained during office hours. Bids may be re-lectecf if not submitted within time, date and at pi are designated and if not accompanied by a certified check or bid bond as specified in the bid document. Any and all bids may be rejected, and an award made in whole or in part. STATE OF NEW JERSEY DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY DIVISION OF PURCHASE AND PROPERTY FRANK M.

PAPALE. (125.48) DIRECTOR NOTICE TO BIDDERS Notice is hereby given that sealed bids are requested for supplying and delivering Envelopes for Camden County College Camden Branch Campus for the Camden County College. Blackwood. New Jersey. Sealed proposals will be received by the Bidding Committee of the Camden County College on or before April 28, 1975 at 10 30 a.m.

in the Meeting Room, Faculty Building, Camden County College. Blackwood, New Jer-sey and at that time will be publicly opened and read aloud. Supply or equipment lists and specifications may be examined and obtained at the College Business Otfke, Administration Building. Camden County College, Blackwood, New Jersey. The right is reserved to waive any or all informalities in, or reject any of all bids submitted and to nuke awards in the best interest of the Camden County College.

Bidders are advised that prices are to be indicated for individual items and separate groups and that the College reserves the right to award contracts on either of these basis. Proposals must be made upon and In accordance with the form of bid accompanying the specifications. All bids may be held for thirty (30) days but may be returned by the College at an earlier date. CAMDEN COUNTY COLLEGE By: MR. HARRY BENN, Secretary Board of Trustees Dated: April 15, 1975 (521.32) RESOLUTION BIDS FOR SANITARY SEWERAGE CONSTRUCTION Whereas, the Borough of Oeklyn Finds it Necessary at This Time to Repair the E.

Bettlewood Ave. Section ot the Sanitary Sewerage System. Therefore, Be if Resolved, by the Borough Council of the Borough of Oaklyn, New Jersey, mat the following notice to bidders be published In accordance with the law: Notice is hereby given that the Borough of Oaklyn will receive sealed bids for the construction of the Sanitary Sewerage System in the E. Bettlewood Ave. section.

All bids will be received at the municipal building, 500 White Horse Pike, Oaklyn, N.J., on April 29th, 1975 at 7:30 p.m. All bids must be enclosed in a sealed envelope bearing the name and address of the bidder on the outside, addressed to the mayor and borough council, Oaklyn, New Jersey. The Borough of Oaklyn reserves the right to reject any or all bids in whole or in part and to waive such informalities as may be permitted by Specifications may be obtained at the borough engineer's oMice. Stro-ka-Sippel, Masteller 336 Route 70, Marlton, N.J. Marie McMahon, borough clerk of the Borough of Oaklyn, County of Camden, State of New Jersey, hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and correct copy of a resolution adopted by the mayor and borough council of the Borough of Oaklyn at regular council meeting held April 1, 1975.

MARIE McMAHON Borough Clerk Adopted: April 8, 1975 (122.88) WOODBURY-A year ago. among other things, the Woodbury Relays produced not only a trio of all-time South Jersey records, but a general all-out assault on meet standards. The third edition of South Jersey's fastest-growing and largest relay meet here Saturday on Woodbury High School's all-weather track figures to produce another brilliant list of performances. Action is slated to start at 9 a.m., with a rain date of Monday at 2:30. Not only will there be more events, but more athletes from more schools than ever before will be competing for the 120 gold watches which will go to the winners of the meet's major events.

In addition, a girls'champion-ship will be up for grabs for the first time. "We think we are going to have the greatest meet ever put on in this area," says director Howard Staeger, also the coach of the Woodbury team which took the Group 1 title in the first tow years of the competition. "We'll have 82 schools, 504 relay teams and more than 2,400 athletes competing. And we have a budget of more than $10,000. The huge contingent of athletes will compete in six major events 440, 480 shuttle hurdles, mile, distance medley, two-mile and sprint medley in four groups.

In addition, there will be a special Jonas Cattel Memorial two-mile run, which is named in honor of a South Jersey Revolutionary war hero, an invitational high jump for jumpers who have cleared six-feet or more and a triple jump. Two new relays a mile Maier to Address Track Officials CIXNAMINSON George Maier, Haddon Township High School athletic director, will speak on the responsibilities of a meet director at the monthly meeting of the Track and Field Officials Association in the high school here, Tuesday. Also on the agenda are Matt Curtis, clerking responsibilities; Jim Dever, rules review; Dom Di-Giamber, javelin rules; and Hank Schneeweiss, shot put rules. The meeting is slated to start at 8 o'clock. Bell Graded POST TIME I P.M.

TUESDAY FIRST RACE Purse $1,500 Pace Cond. 1 Thor Lobell 6 Paula Jo Van 7 Rapid Richie 8 Maxines Good Boy 2 Advancing Vicki 4 Our Terri 3 Justaplain Devil 5 Lakeside A. StolMus M. Gray O. Insko E.

Davis A. Bowling J. Murry 3- 1 72 4- 1 92 6 1 8-1 W. Adams 101 A. Allen 121 SECOND RACE Purse $1,700 Cond.

Trot 3 Circus Maximus R. Hayter 31 5 Roxy's Cricket W. Hughes 7-2 6 Wind Flower F. Suydam 4-1 8 Merry's Ayres D. Wade 61 7 Retsae Revonah G.

Green 8-1 2 Beau Oilier D. Insko 8-1 I Porter Piper S. King Jr. 10-1 4 Relentless Yankee C. Lohnes 12-1 THIRD RACE Pace Purse $1,500 Claiming 4 Mighty Mission 6 Margarets Pride 8 Lemas Pride 2 Priceless Miss W.

Faucher 3-1 R. Myers 7-2 P.Camilleri 4-1 D. Insko 6-1 0 Cote 6-1 1 Hung Jury 7 Bayshore Diamonar S. Torre 8-1 3 Escalate R. Hayter 10-1 5 Wilbo No Driver 12-1 FOURTH RACE Purse 12.000 Cond.

Trot 5 Midnite Rex 2 Mountain Fame 4 Git Git Git 6 Best Beau 7 Pnrlnevs Choice 1 Choo Choo Magoo 3 keystone Hazy 8 Freight Plan D. Insko W. Faucher D. Wade J. Willcutts R.

Myers A. Stoltzfii 3-1 72 7-2 4 1 6 1 8 1 C. Zeigier lu-i W. Roberts 12-1 FIFTH RACE Purse" $1,500 ConS Pare 5 Embassy Chuck T. Mecouch J-l 6 P.

L.Paige J. Smith Jr. 7-2 7 Estoril L. Hock 41 1 Kwacky Barmin D. Dancer 9-2 8 Sweet Liz W.

Bresnahan 6-1 2 war Lassie M.Davis III 8-1 4 Rockville Chris D. Insko 10-1 3 Good Value P. Battis 12-1 SIXTH RACE Purse $2,000 Claiming Pace 1 Defiant E. Davis 3-1 3 Albesto Hanover M. Hayman 7-2 5 Peter Jay Adios A.

Slollzfus 4-1 4 Royal Big J. Willcutts 9-2 6 Royal Michelle R. Titter 6-1 8 Battleshoe Flame A. VanderPaelt 8-1 2 Allwin Prince D. Insko 10-1 7 Mahnne No Driver 12-1 SEVENTH RACE Purse $3,500 Claiming Pace 4 Good And Dandy M.

Pusey 2 M. S. Hamde J. Rathbone I Tarlane D. Insko 3 Duncans Girl R.

Hayter 8 Lothario Hanover J. Scorsone 9-5 3-1 9 2 5 1 8 1 7 Bellas Command E.Dunnigan 10-1 5 Starto J. Groff 12-1 6 Grateful Ripple R. Myers 15-1 EIGHTH RACE Purse $2,500 Claiming Pace 1 Imps Time S.Warrington 3-1 5 Justly Yondeer D. Insko 7-2 6 Dublin Lobell C.

Brenneman 7-2 3 Steady Fun No Driver 4-1 4 Buchen Hanover No Driver 6-1 7 Fischer Hanover W.Callahan 8-1 8 Scampys Shoe P. Burris lOl 1 Go Glenn E. Davis 10-1 NINTH RACE Purse $1,700 Cond. Pace 4 Nadawn M. Davis III 3-1 5 Peter John D.

Wade 7-2 6 Valley Nellie D. Insko 4-1 7 Jim Fancy J. Willcutts 9-2 1 Albion Silt E. Davis 6 1 2 Valley Samson C.Williams 8-1 3 Skipjack P. Burris 10-1 Magic Trumphet W.

Burris 10-1 TENTH RACE Purse $1,700 Claiming Pace 3 Garnsey Lobell R. Hayter 3-1 2 Time To Dance J. Greene 7-2 7 Harrys Gamecock W. Roberts 4-1 8 Robin Rainbow M. Sager 9-2 6 Adios Ensign D.

Insko 6-1 I Bayshore Ziggy S.Torre 8 1 4 Royal Tar Coin Y. Filion 10-1 W.Callahan 121 5 Spring Ace Graded SIXTH RACE $6,000, allowance, til-lies, 3-year-olds I ml 116 3 Indian Ghost Thernbwrf US 3-1 5 Port Lady I Give or Get 1 Pixie Winds'm 2 Our Discovery 4 Daxanna 6 Brave Spirit 7 Mauna Loa IIS 18-1 Artltano US 5-1 Edwards 112 4-1 CJtaiano 110 8-1 Spencer 10 4-1 Romero IIS 15-1 Barrera 119 10-1 SEVENTH Allowance, fillies mares, 4-year-olds up, 6 furl. 4 Tiger Tops Barrera US S-l Hopeful Times Edward 114 J-l 7 Closed Chapter Ariilene US S-l I Mrs. G. Thomas US 1 Blue Chip Lu 110 5-1 3 Food Stamp Moseley 115 6-1 5 Michael's LindaEdwards 110 10-1 EIGHTH allowance, 4-year-olds up, 1 turf: 10 I Will Do It Agnello 111 1-1 9 Royal Disciple Catalano 110 4-1 4 Tipster McBride IIS 4-1 1 Cassie's Boy Edwards 110 30-1 2 Regal Traveler Edwards 110 30-1 3 Cresosole Kid Edwards 117 6-1 5 Sidney Schlesser Bromley US 30-1 6 Dr.

Clipper Guadalupe IIS 8-1 7 Sly Voyage Saumell 110 20-1 8 Rightful Choice Ashcroft 110 8-1 NINTH claiming, 4-year-olds 4 up, 4 furl. 5 aOistr-t Judge Saifl 117 1-1 1 Mary's Ram Saumell 114 3-1 11 (Cosmic Jet Moseley 11 4-1 2 Royal Supre Edwards 109 15-1 3Bim'sFork Guadalupe II 8-1 4 Date Line R'm Catal'o 115 10-1 6 Bemask Daly 114 20-1 7 xSplashaway Verardi 119 4-1 8 Lancers Rubyait Lopez 114 6-1 9 Citrus Lad Barrera 11110-1 10 Mutual Boy Saulell 116 3-1 a-D. Lasater entry x-D. Walton J. Walton entry Garden Slate Scratches 1 Rose Glow, Bev's le Deb.

8 Sly Voyage. District Judge, Splashaway. Graded FIFTH RACE Purse $4,300, claiming, 4-year-olds and up, 1 Vt miles: 1 aComtant Smoke Black 116 S-2 4 aWestminster Thief Black IN S-l 1 Doctor Art 4 No Hitter Black lit 3-1 Black 116 4-1 Ulrich 122 6-1 Vasquez 111 6-1 Crimean 120 101 Guerra 116 lOl Timberland Stable 5 Charlie Jr. 7 My Money 2nd 2 More Landings 8 Second Call a-T. Shapiro Entry SIXTH RACE Purse $5,200.

claiming, 3-year-olds. 1 116 miles: I Forbidden Style Turcett 114 1-1 I Al's Nightcap Arroyave IIS 3-1 1 Sufficient Mucciolo tit 4-1 4 Mid Lad 5 Silk Jeans 6 Low Life Rodriguez 116 6-1 Moreno 112 6-1 Greco 111 lOl SEVENTH RACE Purse $6,000. allow ance, 3-year-olds, 1 116 miles: Sneaky Dan 5 Pioneer Days Goktenvin 2 Rembassy 4 Brown Butler 6 Star of France 7 Sunny Charger 114 S-l lit 3-1 Arroyave it 4-t Fromin 114 6-1 Mucciolo 111 6-1 Pate III lot Black 116 lOl EIGHTH RACE Purse $7,000, allowance, 4-year-olds and up, 6 furlongs: 4 Mr. Correlation Thornburg US S-l 6 Swinging Flight Turcette in 3-1 1 Ruler's Guess Morwne 123 4-1 1 Rambunctious Road Black 122 6-1 5 Sir Hannibal Hild 117 6-1 2 Markey Ripper McKerma 1T2 10-1 7 Dabit Fromin 112 lOl NINTH RACE Purse $4,200, claiming, 4-year -olds and up, 6 furlongs: I Summer Rang Jaccino 109 3-1 1 eTheres No Way Mucciolo 114 4-1 8 (Steady Course 7 Classy King 6 Wholesale Market Levato 111 4-1 Fromin 116 5-1 Shuk 122" 6-1 10 Claret Red Suaret 122 6-1 2 Ask for Del Kimball 119 lOl Guerra 119 toi Greco 106 lOl Bradford 116 20-1 Culberson 119 20-1 Cogswell 114 201 Cogswell 117 20-1 4 Onaduel 5 Active Games 9 Buy American 12 Lake Texona 11 xSecretLady 13 xBev's Baby SIXTH RACE Four year old and up, six furlongs. Timel: 12 2-5 Currahoney.

Ulrich, 18.40, 10.20, 4.00 Shady Countess, Fromin, 4.20, 3.40 Fab Dares. Arroyave, 3.40 Exacta (5-1) Paid $98.88 SEVENTH RACE Three year old, six furlongs. Time 1:12 l-S In Contempt, Muccciolo. 9.80, 6.20, 2.60 Royal Rookie, Arroyave, 8.40, 3.60 Glacial Glitter, Turcotte, 3 00 Exacta (51) Paid $49.60 EIGHTH RACE-Four year old and up, 1 1-16 mile. Time 1:45 1-5 Three Or Less, Mucciolo.

9.60. 5.00. 2.80 Gallant Memory, Stovall, 5.60, 3.40 High Sir, Marley, 2.60 NINTH RACE Four year old and up. 6' furlongs. Time 1 19 3-5 Obliqano, Mucciolo, 4.20, 3.00.

3 80 U. Cute Buper Black, 3.80, 4.40 Society Doctor, Arroyave, 9.00 $3 Trifecla (1-1-4) Paid $142.50 Attendance 4,742. Handle $432,876. AT LIBERTY BELL FIRST RACE Purse $1,700, Time 2:08.1 Shoreline P. Battis, 20.60.

10.60, 4 60 Sargent Phil. S. Sparacino, 8 40. 6.00 Schittle Dream. A.

Myer, 2 AO SECOND RACE Purse $1,900, Time 2:07 Lystra Hanover, C. Zeigier. 101.60, 27 00. 12 00 Advance Notice, R. Hammer.

4 60. 4 80 Kenton, C. Hoch Jr. ,6 60 NITELY DOUBLE (7-7) $875.20 THIRD RACE Purse $1,700. Time 2:06.1 Gerry Fifth.

D. Smith, 35.00, 11.20, 8 00 Little Bonasie. A. Slollzfus. 9 60, 5 40 Speedy Glenn, C.

Greene. 5. JO TRIFECTA (4-1-8) $4,576.90 FOURTH RACE Purse S2.S0O, Time 2:05.4 Darwood Lighting, Murray, 18.80. 6 00. 3.20 Nib, H.

Levine. 5.20. 3 60 Regal Lancer, R. Kinsey, 2 80 FIFTH RACE Purse $1,900, Time 2:05.3 Mystic Trick, E. Dunnigan, 4.40, 2.80, 2 40 Dancer's Knight, W.

Adams, 3.40, 3.20 Bradford Webb. H. Gray, 2.60 EXACTA (21) $17.00 SIXTH RACE Purse $2,200, Time 2 04.3 Mountain Century, W. Faucher, 4.40, 3 20, 2.60 Alton Cougar, A Stafford, 6.00, 4.20 Our Staci. J.

Murray, 5.00 EXACTA (4-3) $16.00 SEVENTH RACE Purse $5,000, Time 2:03.3 In Command, R. Hammer, 4.80, 3.40, 3 20 Butch Rodney, D. Marsh, 8.80, S.20 Christina, Y. Filion, 5.20 EIGHTH RACE Purse $2,400, Time 2:03.2 Vandal, J. Scorsone.

11.20, 5.00, 3.80 Ralph Melody, King Jr. ,5 20, 3.00 Mark Minbar, M. Pusey, 5.60 NINTH RACE Purse $2,200, Time 2:04 4 Chris Royal, J. 5.40. 3 80 Sherry's Aggie, E.

Davis, 4.40, 2.80 Tarport Mike. Y. Filion, 2.80. BIG (8-1-8-4) $2,552.18 TENTH RACE Purse $1,900, Time 2 06 3 Buckeye Richie, Davis, 16.00, 6.20. 4 80 Torrid Rhythm, G.

Forlna, 16.60, S.40 Chestnut O. Marsh, 7.00 (DH) Bobby M. Pusey, 5 00, (DH) EXACTA (4-8) $198 16 ATTENDANCE 1,161 HANDLE $543,776 Race Results Foes of 'Obscene' School Textbooks Take Protest Display to Congress Avenue, Somers Point, on one count each of burglary, larceny and conepiracy. Nicholas Persiano, 42, of the 400 block Lakeview Drive, Haddonfield, on one count each of burelarv. lar-larceny and conspiracy.

-r Joseph Persiano, 47, of the 2000 block 46th Street, Pennsauken, on one count each of burglary, larceny and conspiracy. Joseph E. of the 2000 block Winthrop Avenue, Lindenwold, on one count each of armed robbery and conspiracy. Joe Vitagalino, 39, of the 1200 block W. Trace Drive, Glendora, on one count each of armed robbery and conspiracy.

Arthur Talansky, 30, formerly of Kent Avenue, Marlton, now being held on unrelated charges in the Burlington County Jail, on one count each of armed robbery, breaking and entering, conspiracy, possession of burglary tools and carrying a deadly weapon. In addition, Kobus said, a detainer was sent down to North Carolina, where one of Monday. Most of the scores of books fell into three general categories: modern literature, Eskimo folklore and sex education. The literature contained fourletter profanities. "We don't doubt children would pick up such language in the street," Mrs.

Leonard said. "But we don't think tax-supported schools should promote the use of such words." She said the group set up the display because "most people, including congressmen, don't understand the protest because they haven't seen the books." Some of the books were the results of federal programs or other programs backed by federal tax dollars, she said. "These books are being seen through the eyes of 10-and llyear-old children," said Pat Wait, of Jefferson County, W.Va. She said her daughter was given a course on the Net-silik Eskimoes, a group studied by anthropologists in the 1930s because it was a dying. "All these things our children were exposed to, the anti-family, wifeswap-ping activities of the Eskimoes, are the things that are making them extinct," she said.

One of their bigger jobs, Kobus said, was a Mount Ephraim burglary in which $20,000 worth of furs and jewelry and cash were stolen from a private home. Armed with arrest warrants, members of the Task Force, assisted by detectives and local police in Camden, Gloucester, Burlington and Atlantic counties, arrested the following persons: Robert Windsor, 30. of the 1200 block N. 21st Camden, on one count of armed robbery and two counts each of burglary, larceny and conspiracy. Raymond C.

Wanes, 35. of Fourth Avenue, Haddon Heights, on one count each of burglary and burglary while armed. Robert E. Carr, 28, of Bellmawr, on one count each of armed robbery and conspiracy. Allison T.

Williams, 53, of Spruce Avenue, Cardiff (Egg Harbor Township), on two counts each of burglary, larceny and conspiracy. James Parsells, 43, of the 200 block W. New York hopes to make into a nationwide coalition of protesters. "We're looking to Congress for help to find out how these books got into schools for little children," Mrs. Leonard said.

Groups from West Virginia, Virginia, Pennsylvania, Maryland and the District of Columbia set up a display in one room of the Capitol The boys were last seen, school officials said, about 4:30 p.m. by a baseball field near the cottage in which they lived. At the time of their disappearance, the boys were wearing blue coats. David, an epileptic, also was wearing a plastic helmet similar to those worn by boxers to protect his head in case of a seizure, a school spokesman said. Although both boys have been described by school officials as being unable to sustain themselves outside without guidance a state police spokesman said Anderson's father has told them his son is capable of finding his way home.

However, neither boy has been seen or heard from the suspects is serving time in a state prison. His name, was not released. Arrest warrants were sent to the Pennsylvania State Police, asking them to pick up two more suspects who live in Drexel Hill, Pa. Their names were not released. Another suspect was a Philadelphia resident.

Kobus said an arrest warrant was sent to the Philadelphia Police Department's Organized Crime Unit, asking them to pick him up. His name was not released, nor were the names of the four remaining suspects. The raid started at 6 a.m. today, Kobus said. Kobus said the defendants were being processed at Task Force headquarters, and would then be sent to their respective county courts for bail hearings.

According to Kobus, the state police believe they know who is the ringleader, but Kobus said his name could not be released. The investigation is continuing, Kobus said, and more arrests probably will be made in the next few days. "But this is being taught to our children without telling them it," she said. "We're talking about little children going to school and being exposed to this against their parents' wishes." "These books give an unrealistic view of life," she said. "If these books are life as it is, it's all hopeless.

LEGAL NOTICE Take Notice, that on April 21, 1975 al 9-30 a m. local time, at the office of Farr. Beifsleck 8 Wolf, a Professional Corporation. 10 White Horse Pike, Haddon Heights, New Jersey, we shall sell at public sale one 1973 GMC Pickup. Serial Number TCYJ43B 505041.

repossessed from Frank Poiowici. Said article may be inspected at Richards Motor Sales, 693 North Pearl Street, Bridgeton, New Jersey. CUMBERLAND (56.76) NATIONAL BANK Take Notice, that on April 21. 1975 at 9:30 a.m. local time, at the office of Farr, Relfsleck Wolf, a Professional Corporation, 10 White Horse Pike.

Haddon Heights, New Jersey, we shall sell at public sale one 1971 Oatsun, 2 Serial Number PL5I022I595, repossessed from Roger D. Banks. Said article may be Inspected at Bill Ma-garity Volkswagen, North Delsea Drive, Millville, New Jersey. FARMERSMERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK (16.76) Take Notice, that on April 22, 1975 at 10:00 a.m. local time at the office of Chrysler Credit Corporation, 900 N.

Kings Hwy Suite 308. Cherry Hill, N.J., we shall sell at public sale one 1974 Plymouth Duster, 2 Serial VL29G4B3277I, repossessed from John L. Horn and Helen I. Horn. Said article may be inspected at Willing-boro Chrysler Plymouth, Willingboro.

N.J. CHRYSLER CREDIT CORPORATION (56.76) Take Notice, that on April 21. 1975 at 9-30 a.m. local time, at the office of Farr, Reifsteck Wolf, a Professional Corporation, 10 White Horse Pike, Haddon Heights, New Jersey, we shall sell at public sale one 1969 Cadillac. DeVille.

2 Serial Number J9I81986, reposse5ed from Allen A. Wallace. Said articlfl may be inspected al Rutledge Olds. 20-24 Deer-field Pike, Bridgeton. New Jersey.

CUMBERLAND (16.76) NATIONAL BANK NOTICE OF SALE Please take notice that on April 16, 1975, starting at 10:00 a.m., we will sell at our ottice, 2 Kennedy Laurel Springs, N.J., one 1968 Mack Dump Truck, Serial DM81ISX1U0, by reason of default of Dump Truck, in a certain security agreement with Pioneer State Bank. Said vehicle can be inspected at Nolan Truck Sales, Rt. 42, Depttord. N.J. Pioneer State Bank reserves the right to bid on this vehicle.

(513.52) WASHINGTON (AP) -Citing passages "so obscene you couldn't print them in a newspaper," textbook protesters are seeking congressional help to ban such books. "I couldn't go on TV and read from some of these books," said Louise Leonard of Harpers Ferry, W. chairman of a group she Disappeared From State School Hunt Continues For Two Boys AT GARDEN STATE FIRST RACE Up, 6 Furlongs, Capital Aristone, 11.40,6.00, 3.80 Bahama Trip, Guadalupe. 8 20" 5 20 Goliath, Edwards, 4 4U SECOND RACE 44, Up. 6 Furlongs, Time Sadair's Glory, McHargue, 5.00, 3.40, 3.20 Double Pro.

Catalano, 7.40. 4 00 Little Mahoney. R. Orliz. 5.60 DAILY DOUBLE (1-51 PAID $18.00 THIRD RACE 3-yo, 6 Furlongs, Time 1:14 2-5 Dutch Flame, Tichenor, 4.80, 3.40, 2.60 Night Flit.

Ortiz, 5.40, 4 00 Prove If Prince, McHargue, 3.00 S3 TRIFECTA (2-1-3) PAID $123.60 FOURTH RACE 6 Furlongs, Time 1:13 3-5 Proud Fannie, Ortiz, 4.80, 3.20, 3.00 Miss Charming, Saumell, 5.40, 3.80 Honest Sis, McBride, 4.30 EXACTA (4-7) PAID $33.20 FIFTH RACE 1 1-16 Mile, Time 1:47 2-5 Crowned Abroad, R. Orliz, 15.80, 5.80, 2.80 Pinta. Edwards, 3.40, 2 10 Engaqed, McHargue. 2 20 EXACTA (6-1) PAID $47.60 SIXTH RACE 3-yo, 6Furtongs, Time Dandy Go, Agnello. 59 20, 12.20, 6.40 Treko.

McHargue, 2 80, 2.60 Stunt Flyer, Edwards, 2 80 EXACTA (4-2) PAID $143.88 SEVENTH RACE 6 Furlongs, Time 1:13 Boss Of The House, C. Barrera, 12.60, 4 40, 2.10 Dark Heritage, McHargue, 2.80, 2.10 Unopposed, Landicini, 2.10 EXACTA (3-2) PAID $33.80 EIGHTH RACE 46 Up, 6 Furlongs, Time 1-12 3-5 Cabinet Rank, Catalano, 20.40, 7.20, 4.00 Obverse, Barrera, 4 20, 3.60 Bravache, Moseley, 3 20 NINTH RACE 45, Up, 1 1-16 Mile. Turf, Time 1 :48 l-S Visual Flight, Caraballo, 15.20, 6.40. 10.00 Didn't Show, Agnello. 6 00, 5.40 Li'l Sharp Nail, Guadalupe, 3.80 $3 TRIFECTA (7-8-5) PAID $957.18 ATTENDANCE 6,745.

HANDLE $821,460 AT KEYSTONE FIRST RACE Four year old and up, 6' 2 furlongs. Time 1:19 3-5 Mortier, Muccilo, 4.60, 3.00, 2.20 Little Tack, Lovato, 3.60, 2.40 Doctor's Gold, Fremin, 4.20 SECOND RACE Four year old and up, 1 1-16 mile. Time 1:48 2-5 Miss Fulcrum, Fromin, 6.40, 3.60, 2.60 Westhampton, Lovato, 5 00, 3.60 Royal Flint, Marely, 4.00 Daily Double (1-4) Paid $17.40 THIRO RACE Four year old and up, S3 furlonqs. Time Stride Out. Fromin, 2.80, 2.40, 2.60 Little Propelta, 4.40, 3.60 Morning Star, Laiz, 3 20 Exacta (1-4) Paid $11.00 FOURTH RACE-Three year old, seven furlongs.

Time 1 26 2-5 Okala Lass. Maccciolo, 3.20, 2 40, 2.10 Hurrionbabe, Fantini, 3.80, 2.20 Ca alia Mia, Thrasher, 2.20 Exacta (1-1) Paid $17.40 FIFTH RACE Three yeear old, I 1-16 mile. Time Dustforall, Mucciolo, 6 SO, 2.80, 2.40 Eckard, Stone, 2.60, 2.40 Yellow Hip. Turcotte, 2.80 ExiUta (4-2) Paid $13.04 PEMBERTON TWP. -The search for two mentally retarded boys who disappeared from the grounds of the New Lisbon State School, Route 72, a week ago continued today State police at the Red Lion barracks say between 700 and 800 men have taken part in the search to date, which has included the use of state police and Army helicopters.

A foot by foot search of a 12-square-mile area around the school grounds, located in the Pine Barrens, has been conducted daily since April 7 when Steven Anderson, 17, of 540 Delsea Drive, Westville, and David Williams, 12, of Newark, were last seen by other residents' of the school. Ll-.

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