The Coast Star from Manasquan, New Jersey on September 25, 1931 · 4
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The Coast Star from Manasquan, New Jersey · 4

Manasquan, New Jersey
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Friday, September 25, 1931
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PAGE FOUH THjS COAST 8TAX THE COAST STAR ' Published Every Fridav at Marasouan. K. I. by TRACY M. HOSK1NS Entered at the Manasquan Post Office at Second-class Matter November loth. 1000. Subscription Price $i a Year . Friday. September 25 IQ31 " 3IANASQUAN 3IAN FOR A MANASQUAN JOB t. ' In backing the candidacy of Edward R. Emmons for Council The Coast. Star is mindful of the fact that he was born and brought up in Manasquan, and who could be more familiar with the town than a man who has seen it grow; wno Knows oetter tnan a nie-iong resident wnat has been the cause of this growth and what is needed to continue it? Mr. Emmons needs no introduction to our people, they all know him and they know that he "is fair, square, honest and upright We believe our voters will recognize these qualities and return him next November to the office he now holds. To do this it will be necessary to write or paste his name in the Personal Choice Column under the heading Tor Councilman for three years." After you have done tMs make a cross in the square opposite his name. Do not forget to make the cross. Be sure you get the name in the right space in the personal choice column, because if it b placed anywhere else on the ticket it will not be counted. The cross must also be made. Bear this in mind next November when you go to the polls to vote. BOOTLEGGERS AND THE INLET VIEWS OF OUR NEWS By Cticxgoma LAST WEEK'S XEWS REVIEWED BY STRANGER IS THE MTS- Dicnr. Chicago, VL, Sept 23. Hello, iUa-aquas (oiks! Ton didn't know it, but I've been looking at jrou, viewing you as you were reflected in the column of last week's Star. You'd be surprised to know what a faithful mirror of your community I found this good newspaper to be. If Publisher Hoskina permits, m write each week, telling you what! most interested me in the issue of the I Star for the previous week. Later on j when we're better acquainted, I may speak rather freely at times and Jhen I'm almost sure to make occasional mistakes. However, when I'm too far off the track. I hope some of you win call me back by dropping me a line in care of this paper. Tour letters will be forwarded and I promise to give tbem prompt attention. Before going a single line farther. well settle on thing so that it need never be mentioned again. None of you know me. I've never been in Manasquan and there's not a chance in ten thousand that you've ever seen me. I'm Just an odd piece of humanity that s been tossed about on life's sea, for quit a spell. Now I find my keenst pleasure in reading the good weekly newspapers coming to my desk. Such papers aa the Coast Star are ever so much closer to the lives of their readers than are the metro politan sheets. In future letters, m say very little about myself, but will continue my remarks to the impressions gained from reading the Star from week to week. A hand of welcome to the little girl who recently arrived, to brighten the Alfred DeBow home. Some years hence when she reads the account of her wedding in the Star what other items do you suppose will greet her eyes? What wars will have been fought; who will have been wedded and who will have died; who will be in Congress then and will they still be arguing about the tariff and prohibition; what will be the most popular means of transportation in that day? Oh, I could lose myself in such speculation. Have you noticed that the brands of tires, oils and automobiles most popular in Manasquan are those you see most consistently advertised in the Star. After wading through a welter of domestic unhappiness with its conse quent braking up of families such as I do each week in the daily press it is like nihaling a breath of pure country air to read of hte reunion which re cently took place when Rev. and Mrs. If the opening of the Manasquan inlet, for which such a fight was made, is to result in making a fine port of entry for the rum-runners, then we say it would have been f;ar better if it were never opened and that vast amount of government, state, county and municipal funds spent in bringing about the improvement has been wasted. ' We are proud of our inlet and river and owe a debt of gratitude to the Manasquan River Protective Associa tion for their persistency in having the inlet opened and e. m. Grann entertained their son, the river dredged in order that it may be a navigable .ZStSS'H S VS stream and in order that pleasure boats as well as com-'or, after mi. the family is the ... . ..t-ti j lav 'foundation of our nation. Where mercial boats may. Tly in and out the inlet and through the faml!y ties are strong, governments canal to Barnegat bay. We know that this Association Wp. they weaken or , , , ,, . , . 1 u dissolve, civilizations decay. never intended that the Manasquan Inlet and river should j u you don't want the whole world become a haven for mm runners. TLIThT We do not want these rum runners in our river and suppose 1 learned that the box e we hope that the Protective Association will keep right on with their protection and insist that the United States uttie wrd din t ten me. i read the r . i ,i. 1 ' 1 r i. r- j :av. 1 a x 4. ad in last week's Star. uovernmeni supply me lucai uucibi vjuaius wiui uuaus lttai enough to outrun anything that the rum runners can pro-j eight room house for rent- W : tW lo,, KVOoVfira mo. Improvements. Apply Theodore uutc aim uwi ui a onvn tunc io Longstreet, 27 Main street, Manaa- lize that it isn't so healthy to try to bring their booze car- v-- goes into an inlet that was opened for every other purpose but that. The report that at least 1,300 cases of bootleg have passed through the inlet this week seems to us to warrant concerted action by the government, and by all law abiding persons to put an end to it. SENTENCED TO ATLANTAiGOOD GOVERNMENT CLUB George Fischer, of Jersev Cit'v, who was arrested for robbing freight car here on September 20, 1930, was tried in the federal court at Trenton. He was found guilty and was sentenced to one vear and a day in the Atlanta penitentiary. John Canavan, who was arrested by Officer John Jansen, of the local force, was not tried, on account of him being a patient in a Jertey City hospital. A meeting of the Good Government Club will be held at the borne of Mrs. Geraldine Thompson at Lincroft on October 6th Senator Kean and David Baird will be the principal speakers. Everyone' is invited. HOUSE FOR RENT Can be arranged for two families 89 Morris avenue, Manasquan. FOR SALE Lester piano, cheap. Ap ply 34 Parker avenue, Manasquan. HDTJiSErFOR RENT 6 rooms and bath. All conveniences. 19 Osborn avenue, Manasquan. WORK WANTED Lawn mowing, hedge trimming. An Jobs of any kind 60c per hour. Mowing charged by Job. MarceUus Camp bell. Phone 43&-M Manasquan. TLORENCE Y. CIERFK Public Stenographer Work Called For and Delivered 159 South St., Manasquan Phone U3Hf . Half Price I Sale There is no depression in our annual sale. In fact, this is the year it will mean most to you. Dress well, and do it cheaply. Dresses, coats, hats. etc.. at less than cost oi the material The only economy 'is in real values. FRIDAY-Today-SEPTEMBER 25th From 9 a. fn. to 5 p. m. ( v " i . -ABSOLUTE AUCTION SALE SATURDAY--Tomorrow--SEPTEMBER 26th .. . 10 a. m. and 2 p. m. DOROTHY R. BULLITT, inc. NEXT TO POST OFFICE; BAY HEAD YES-We Have It! Four Differenr Colors .. Bought from an Overstocked Manufacturer Looks Good Wears Good IT'S A TOOTH BRUSH BURROUGHS' PHARMACYi Tel 283 11 Main Street, Manasquan, N. J LJLJCJLJLjajd I Established 1868. e Jysew OnatiohalW1 Partly Covered WHEN lira attacks fcsast It tfeesat Htt nralaff when H has da daaua eqsal to the aateaat f iasorsace carried. . II jrsnr prsperty Is saJy artljr cavere y taeniae ) stand to 1m in case 4 a sertoas fir. Tear lasmr aace sheald kt salt, MBSd, sad sdeqnau. 129 Mait Street THE BUSH AGENCY 'wm rtpgii a u u iU4.-h. Olive Oil Talcum - 25c Clensing Cream (liquefying) 35c "60c Both Free with a $ LOO Box,of OUTDOOR GIRL FACE POWDER Pay For 1-Get All Three WILLIAM P. WEIR PRESCRIPTION DRTJGGIST - - Phone 123 - MASONIC TEMPLE BUILDING o D a H s- A C3 n o n i n i cn H s n en Telephone MANASQUAN. 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