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M - On-Line Newspaper Archives of Ocean City

M - On-Line Newspaper Archives of Ocean City

M - On-Line Newspaper Archives of Ocean

-THRtC THI OCIAN CITY Bowlfn Lee. high school Senior, al- til* attention of the local _ fraternity lut Thursday when sti- rolled imii e-.- new high fame record Tor High School Girls losgue at the «t Bowling Academy CMii- Kuhn's 444 Hi the best series ' the week. Brownie* Furniture con tinned un In Mw second half by v Inning seeoiKt *-0 Dutch in Ho week's the AUeyi team In ihi- other match. Hughes JTwrmacv lop- ped Ooean Ctry Cleaner*, 3-1 * w * MotrraoMtRv TAKES LCAD , IN HMJM SCHOOL BOYS LOOP Morttgotpery Paint Starr Krahbed undlaputed lead In the High School ' Boys Lsesue at 12th st with Mil victory over Plitt's Appliance rn ri deadlock ptoyofr Montgomery's and Plait's errlored the natch JsstgMd In tha but PtaM'a f ell hr Ihe wayside and dropped into third (msition. PMflH-r Chevrolet topped Andre* Service, 3-1, to take over stfeond place. Eddie Roblnson-i 2M wan the high $*me for the day. John Gardner hit a 183. Robinson »l«o turned In the high series count at 5H1, Standing!: Montgomery 17 P.lmcr LI Plltt 13 Andrea ., II 11 15 17 to making thm H*'ir Apparent "UNAPPARB^T" MATERNITY CLOTHES ONLY 9204 VENTNOR AVENUE MARGATE PHONI A. ft 1.7Sft O|Mn MlM tiM AM. fa «tW M*. SAPPHIRIt ASSUME PACE IN WOMEN'S GBM PLAY The Sapphires climbed out of third position Into a shared lead of the Women's Gem League this week with a 4-0 conquest of (he Diamonds. The Rubies, pare setters prior *o the match, stumbled to [he full count by tht* Emeralds and dropped to second position. The Onyx split with Topaz -to climb from third to n firs* place deadlock uith Sapphires Koblried lip nil dlMttuai honors with lt.l I) -h Sapphires OnjK RuWeii .. TopsI .. Emeralds Diamonds Standing* 14 14 13 11 10 10 10 10 II 13 14 14 •MNIIS DISSOLVE JAM IN WOMIN'f LOOP PLAY THe Peonies copped a 4-0 decision over the Tulips to break up a three- Way tie for firs', place in the Women's Tuesday night League at the lath st. Bowling Academy and take full command of the sUttberth. The Iris elung to second position with a jli—Mi win over the Daffodils while the Daisies, the third dead, locked team, won 3-1 over the Lilacs. Klaure Wimbefg won the high singles linnors with a 1H2 game while Terry costeUo's 471 was lire top series. Peonies liia Palsies Til lips — 7 fl>4 a 4 4 KLAUSIK SHINtS IN MEN'S THURSDAY LOOP Rob Klauser mopiH'd ur> all [ndivi- dual honors in tills week s aft ion of the. Men's Thursday Night I^eajjue, hitting singles of i'2-t and 235 and posting a scries of 613. The OC Dry Cleaner* continued on the pace with a 4-0 win over the Alt' Base. Second place Dry Wall topped MAB. 3-1. while third-place Boscul nailed Chelsea THIc for the full count OCIX.' Dr\ Wall Bo^cul Standlnsi' 11 U 11 2 1 > SOMIR.S POINT LUTHERANS BUILD CHURCH LOOP LBAO The Sorncrs Point Lutheran "B" earn t»o*.ted a 4-0 win over K of C \ in the Churtlr League al tiro 12th st Boulin ' Aeademv lo gain d pmnt in the lr*rd u\er second p] tie ;omcr>% Poltrl Lutheran A' whlth opiM.il Ocean t.it-v BopliKl JI Standing!. s P, Lutheran -B" .18 8 s. P. Lutheran "A".. IS 9 O, c. Baptist IS t 0 C Lutheran Hiy Jii Norlhfiold Bowling it end congratulations in person by .PHONE RICHMOND only •3 mtnnfr Xnlum rate frim. Adimtic City 9tUr6pJn. Tm tut indudeL Tie Develops For Lead In Seashore League Race Public Safety climbed Into a first ptace lie wiUi Wallace Hardware as the result of Friday night's action in the Seuhare League at the North field Bowling Center. Wallace's enjoyed undisputed pas- lesion of the sunberth at the start at the night's action, and defeated Shropshire Jewelers, 31. Public Safety, trailing by one point, took the full count over Marmora Pire Com- pany to shire the top spot. Bob Sampson-, MS was Ihe high single for ihe evenlnf. Joe Fogllo was close behind with 228, while Ed Hamada and Fred D'tntperie each ante In wlUi 221) games. Other highs included Mike Colao, J12; Fran* Pile#il, ail; Walt Hughes, 210; Fnuilt Kwing, 204 and 202. Wait Wear 20.1, and CJI Miller and Mick Pessdlano 201 each, Hamads posted a 5*4 for high w lea, with Swing coming In with BIS and PUeiii wHh S«i, Putlic Safety took team high hon. ere with a U44 series which included a ts single Ocean City Pord had a 2S3« triple count and Sampson. Hamada 2484. Sampson Hamada reg. istered an B88 single and Ocean City Pord an M7 game SMfMflfHfll Wallace ....".. IB » Public Safety IB B Shropshire .......... IS 12 S. P, PoLice ,, 18 ID Water Sen Ice ...... IS 13 * * * LBAD6RS ALL WIN IN CITY LIASUI The status quo of the first four teams in the City Bowling Leamie remainded unchangeil when the lend- ers all scored 3-1 victories Monday night at NOKhfield. The pace>maklng Johnson Five top- ped Point Diner, Hyatt's beat Wallace Real Estate, Mape's Service tumbled Hackney's Refrigeration, and Pal- Bier's Refrigeration downed Samp- son's, Frank Pileggi earrlod off hish triple honors building singleg of 218, 214 and 111 into a series total of §14, Other high sWles Included 610 for Sam Benner and 60S for Walt Hughes. H Johnson posted the h'.-:!i single of 234. Hughes' series total uliiuded a MS and a 211. Benner came in with a 220 and 110. other hiyh sin- gles ineluded J Lancsster, 217: ,1. Kugler, SOB; W, Hailiney, 204: Paul Gerkens, 103; Mike Denan and Bud Hackney, 202 each: .1. Wallow a p«(r of 2W Bames, and O. BrfwstPr, 201. Hyatt's monopolized team honors, hitting a 2,6o3 series which Incliidcd the high team single of BJT. St.rtdlnsi: Johnson's - J.J B Hyatl's ... 2| II Mape's 1!) 13 Paimer's in 14 THURSDAY, PI Elementary Sc/ioof» Assembly Friday by Third Grade Lincoln Pennies' Ploy on Delay in Appointments Better Than Wrong Man, Says Meyner THENTON — Governor Robert B. Moyner will consider the appoint- mont of a committee to recDmniend wnys and means of epiebritum the ! -Mth annivefiary of New jersey. At his conference civil service in The Third Grade of the Central Ai'Cnlle School, taught oy Mrs. Fran- cea Johnson, will give an assembly program in the auditorium tomorrow Fridaji at B;10 a. m. and 10:10 a, m. parvnts and friends arc invited. The proftram follows; Announcer liidy Thompson Bible Reading Louise DiMeglio I Flag Salute Wayne Adamson Play—"Lincoln Pennies.' Cost: with weekly news editors and reporters, the ff ernor said he would "uniortain such a suggestion arid give it my sinMrc cooperation" after paying tribute to devoted public employees at state, county and local levels. The golden Charlli? Father Lincoln Ponnlrs and .. ., 3rd 4th lih ...... Bth 71(1 Bth i 9th 10th , .... 111)1 latii ........ i;ith 14th .. Donald LaRene 1st . Kathy Kelly ... Susan Sortimer Uwyor for the post acceptable to Senator Prank S, Parley, A lantic Cmmty Republiciin. "Were I to gel less than my choice in Atlantic Coiin. iy. I would not he llv n» up lo my "'on'tne" Prowls of the State Tax Policy Commission to adopt a a per lentbuslnesii lax applicable to the net income of both incorporated and unincorporatc.d business tp replace the present local tax on houNehold (.oods nnd business inventories, and to balance the sllile hudiict, the Ggv. ernor said II will take a little lime to Wiolve public opinloii and secure legislative action. The. Oovpmor cKpects the Non- nesident Tax Commllieei si-t Up 0y New Vork New Jersey and Conner- licut to study iaxatidn or Now Jer- sey "and t'onncrticut residents fty New York to tlo somcthlntt soon aboiit Ihe situation, lie julmittcii New York, al present. in the SMALL HIGH SCORBR IN BAVSIPI ACTION Bob Small picked up dividual marbles In last MLAXi TiiM your TV from onywhsra in Iha room with «SiI«nt Sound* ftEMOTf TV TUNINO THE •RRITATIQM OK JUMPING UP AND DOWN TO TUNi TVI JuM pr«« a button on th« control bo» you holJMi_your hand and UR$NW control! your TVI No wdrn no cordi... no tramiitort... no radio control WOVM ... no •l.ctrldtyl No botlerm to wor out. Spoce Command tuning it not an «xtra accanory . . , If'» built right into th« utl ...fo Turn Set ON/OFF ...10 Change Channels to Right/left to Muff Sound of long annoying commercials while phfuit mnaiitf on scraen Suuotionol NEW Sornhbi* Picfur* T«b« with fln«t pictor. tM and contrail. 4 11* oV*roll Dt Ml SOMOM cbM of Uma^ular fktufa Ana. In tfrtfMd MahotMny eokr or aroln«d MMM Optt «4ft- (l«i Oettwul) m Bring In Yowr MotiMf or DM and Oaf Yeur ZMW Sfwca HrimM feiMi S«tr«t M w m . . . ONLY 49c OFF ELECTRIC PHONE 1242 iue, hitting a Ml series which eluded a 232 single. Standing!: Diamond Cleaners .... 22 Berger Lumber .... Jl Egg Harbor ........ 20 Home • Oarden ...... W.'t • • * WOMEN'S BAYSHORI LOOP STANDINGS SHIFT QUICKLY Daniels Restaurant managed oil the In week's ac 1H4 liary Harmon Marjory Witmer ,. Joyce Weldon Pamela Weaver I5l(i Uory Orbb Promoter Elizatacrth Cornish SUSP Manasjors Ricky Mask and Joseph Lewis Stage properties were made by the elass, ' nutopliane Selections by the -''• | Class: "Comm 1 Horrnd the .Mountain" "Jingle Bills" (Soloist: Colleen Casti-llo on electric guiiir) Song by Class "Washington and Lincoln" Dance 'The Walk- Leaders; Carl Keese & Terrie Baker anniversary of civil service ciime fluout through Ihe enactment of the first civil service law in 1MB in Now Jersey. Governor Meyner also in formed those attending the news conferences that he is considering the appoint, ment of a president of ihe gtate Jack tellers I Civil Service commission but will not Ije rushed. The vaeantry was caused by the resignation of William V. Kelly. Jr. of Jersey City, upon tak- , igekgV.t S1,m . State Senator from ,jur',nl, tne new, rntifcrence, the Kovcmor fldmittfii i'lH'rn i« no .icnti- Chorlotie Jaeji i "In suih situations, 1 have never mcnt for middjf imumc hiniMiif; pro Carey Bradley founil waitinj! lor the riKht appoint. ... Gail Ashby ee has ever done any harm," said ,.. Linda Hart the governor, "Any delay ineurred Kenny Gorman : in finally gelling the right person Colleen Costello ; Is more than olTsel by the Knot! that results," i Asked about the status of proso. I'lllor Lewis P, Scott, of Atlantic County, who has been holding down the position since June 20, IBM in a holdover capacity, the governor said up to this time has not been able to find a competent Democrat ie BrTnda Bri ing his seat as State Senator I Grace Bakiey i l!ildson Cdunty on January 14. to hold the lead in the Women's Say. shore League Friday night, but the standings below the p»eemakins spot were churned considerably, Daniel's downed Ventnor Furni- ture, M, driving the latter deeper into the cellar, Harry's Inn took a 4-0 shellacking from Gregory's, sink, ing from second place to a fifth place deadlock. Peter Pan took the measure of Rugby Inn and climbed from s three, way tie in third position to undls puled possession of second place. Chldsey managed t0 hang onto third place with a 21^.1 Mi conquest of •hep's Pharmacy. The Joss dropped Shep's from third to fourth, Lll Men-meld carried off ail the individual honors with and 492 series. Standlngi: Daniel's Peter Pan . Chidsey Shep's Harry's Rugby • * * ( RICHARDS. WEATHiRBY ' TOP DOUBL.eS SCORING Fran Richards carried off the sin- sles honors in the women's segment of the Ocean City Mixed Doubles League at the Morthfjgld Bowllns Center, hitting a ijs score. Kate Iwini'g high 478 series included two 180 singles. Al Weatherby's 220 was high' for the men, with Norman Miner's 565 winning high triple honors. Dan Daniel turned in a 20! game, other high scorers among the women were Blanche Smith, 172; Ruth Shropshire, IU; Sue Pessolano and Freda BohnajTi, lei, and Elaine WtaDe-r 160. Standings: Apples i» a Lemons 14(4 3*4 Mums ,, 14 g Orages . 1)14 ii Pears is 7 192 1!) 1C 15',4 14's 14 14 single B 12 ll'i ISii 14 14 FIRST GRADE AT WISLIV TO PRESENT PROGRAM The boys and girls taught by Mrs, Phyllis Hover will present their is- sembly program on February 28 in the Wesley Avenue auditorium al 1 p, m, and 1:20 p, in. Parents and frlencls are invited. The children have been studying about the care of teeth and will pre- sent a short play on this subject. The play is called: 'Ouch—My Tooth," Announcer ....... Frank Busier Toothache Children — Doie> , Heather Carey Dick David Hacknev Mother Linda Stout letty Phyllis Tuni*r Steve Steve Slegfriei Birthday Parly 0irl .. Judy Sharp Judy's Mother — Eunice Orean Tooth Paste Charles riefces Tooth Brush Tina Cornman Good Foods Billy Force. Oail grams in the metropolitan areas of New Jersey, lie said these areas, where suth demands inually ariiUn- ate, are lookinR more 10 the federal jjovernment for finam'ln! holp, Oovernor 1 Moyner lolrt Ihe editora present that he eonslders Phillips- liurB his home and his lean! voting plate, rolbor ihan Princeton where he resides In the Executive Mansion, "I certainly like Princeton but my homo is in phiilipsburM." he con- cluded. 4-H Conference To Return Here S. Jersey Meeting at Flanders May 9-11 By WILLIAM S, LB(=BS 4-H Club Apmf Twenty.flve 4-H Council members, older 4.H teenagers and ieven t-H Club aients held a joint meeting In llammonton to plan the second an nual South Jersey 4M Council Cm- ference. Representing the Cape May County Council were Barbara Bevli, •M Clubber and Junior leader from Oreen Cr»K. and Edward Wuerkcr, Junior leader in Rio Grande, Both Bevii and Wuerktr attended the Conference last year. It was lield In the FlBndera Hotel In Ocean City Th« MSB Conference wUl again be held in the Flanders, May B. 10 and The ttaona selected for Ule Confer- ence is "Looking Ahead." The pro- grim will explore the future for this older «rnup. Definite plans wU! be gjinounced Later, Gape May County's Council, led ljy Edward Wucrkor. will ]i«d UP the three-county planning program. At. lantic and Burllnjum counUeg will round out the committee. Other county Council, aro rcspon- sible for specUlc phsses of the week, eni program. North Jersey Council representatives will be invited to sit In for the Conference Mia year. Clulrmiui-elcct ftr t*e Conference I* Betii AnMlo, Salem County jontor leader and 441 Club member. Sec- retary is Gloria Hay, Burlington County Junior iMd 1 Thl f Thl* conference is unique among teen-age activities In that Council members ptaii and .execute they? own program, dub acents are advlson and remain In tha htekgnoM to a Urge extent. COMMON SMUMB Often one meeti peomfcj with Inter- Aoitar to hto. In front of th* Bosenberger, John Pfaelill, Kathy Stretch, Ronald Ryan, Tony Watts Billy McDonnell. Dentist JeJ Monlha Nurse Jackie Hal Dancers — Olen Kuhns, Davey Ann Belber, Scott Johnson, Cynihi climie, Bndley Collinfwaad, Ter- ry Hamada, Billy Rolls, Diane Woods, Jay Gerkcn. Joyce Johnson, Xylophone Players — diaries Lyl» Gene Beddow, Jay Gerhen Tomtn Kruegl, Judy Morgan, Meredith Morrison, Properties ..,,.,,.., Valerie Hahn All of the singers, dancers, and xylophone players were coarhed by Miss Jane Kyle, music director CENTRAL AVENUE NOTES The children in Mrs. Frances John- son's TWrd' Grade have been study- ing animal footprints in the iflow for g Science Unit. A large mural •was made, showing the animals and their tracks. The artists were Kennj Oorman, rabbit! Ricky Maak rabbit Carey Bradley, squirrel: OaiJ Ashby deer; Oary Harmon, cat; and Donald Lallene, dog, ThS background was done by Judy Thompien, Oary Olbb, Jack Zellers, Susan Sonuncr, Terrie Baker Joseph Lewis and drace Bakiey, * * k WISLCY AVINUI NOTES Hie children In Mrs, Anita Hitter's Kindergarten class made hatchets and put their names on them for Washington's birthday. The iboys and girls in LMBS letle Thorpe's Wrst Orade^ won the Thrift Banner this weeN. They will try lo keep It, They have learned many things about February, and have made pictures of Abraham Lincoln and George Washington, Miss Ruth Reed's Second Grade ha» received three blue seals for writ. IIW David French brought in a aUteator •luffed thm children in Mrs, Helen James' room are having art lessons with macaroni and spaghetti. They aljo have received their writing seal* and •0 far they hmie not received any cheek marks, Thta class also received the FTA Banner for the highert at- tendance at the last meMiag -• are very proud of this Kenneth Luke Ricky B and Ronnie Tmi student* a, mn MMy Gorman's rourth Orade h»« muds * Huge landing field for «lr. Planet of eardboirrt. t)f d^tmiaa of the •"•hid is charted on thVfliM JroiB boxes. This was dope to m itady of .lipl now «udyliiB the we.uwr Mrs. Emma Warren's Second Grade U (been .npirtaentlja *hn ^ moBMen, They lake chert* with a ttemooi and on (ho flW If witaw te They hive different «m en flW amtan w^r ttemsn.i^ •Us Mva iMeraosea that light up b Omit you CM tee different^oratjiff UttlS. rtrtrldge ^la^ir *MH, (lw tl n it did •ntf BO Kay Outlines Sunday Bills Says Opposition is Growing in State Assemblyman Robert B, Kay this week clarified two proposed Sunriii;. closing bills which will be given g public hearing by the Assembly com- mittee In Trenton on Wednesday, •Mareh 12, Mr, Kay Is on recort os opposing Sunday clositii bills, saying such action would be an economic blow to the resorts of the state. For the edification of the general public, he outlined the bills as follows. Assembly BUI 22 would prohibit the sale on Sunday of clothlni, wear- ing apparel, furniture, furnishings and appliances for home, business or office and all construction mater iats. The bill provides penalties of fU.% for the first offense, |100 for the second offense, and 1200 or 30 diys in jail, or both, for the third offense. Assembly Bill 152 prohibits eon. ducting of all business on Sunday in the state except drugs, meals, ore. pared food, newspapers, periodicals, non-alcoholic beverages and gasoline service stations and except for all business on boardwalks and benches on the ocean and lake fronts and ex. cept sale of alcoholic beverages. The bill proposes fines for violations from WOO to «00 and after two violations the state's attorney general could move to shut down the business Mr, Kay said that earlier this year 17 of the state's !! counties were be. hind the Sunday closing movement, hut that senllDient is currentlv swinging in ihe ether qlreetion. 39th Suggestion Prize State Spent Million On Snow Removal Job It cost the Highway Department a cool million dollars lo pic* Ihe IMS mile state road system from under lost week's blizzard. State lliiihwa.i Commissioner Dnighi It, O. friimer announced. The cost established a record hiah for a single snowstorm, ocfordina to Department records, which uo back to 1B1P when regular snow re- moval operations were lirstv under, taken. Commissioner Falmpr said the statewide plowing job Has equivalent to elearinK a twolane roadway i"; tending from Newark lo Los An- leles. In some arras of the state drifts 10 feet high werp encounh'red, he said, and continued hinh uiiids required constant plowing around the clock for three days In order to kep the highways passable in a rrifr jor portion of the state. At the height of the siarm the Highway Deiparunent had 2300 men and 8S0 pieces of snow removal equipment on the highways. John A, Plppel (left), of BIS Penn- !,vh Place, Ocean City, receives a cheek—his 39Hi for a total of $1140 rn 10 years—for a suggestion made to hrs company. Enide industrial Di- vision of The Electric Storage Bat. *ery Company, Philadelphia. Pippel. a supervisor or submarine luttery assembly, received the check for in improved rn.plant lighting suggestion. Presentation was made by U E, Well*, director of enainecr. ing and chairman of the Exlde SUB. «stlon Committee, in a ceremony at the Exide plant. Pippel is entitled to wear Bxiiie's gold suggestion pin be. eause of hrs numerous costcutting ideas. He received the annual "Bug. gester of Year" award in 1BBJ f,om the Poiladeiphia chapter of the N tional Assofiation of Suggestion'Sys- Wildwood to Fight Sunday Closing Flan Mayor Ralph James, of Wiidwood, this week spearheaded a new drive to have postponed scheduled puMic hearings of two legislative measures which won id effect Sunday elosin« of business In New Jersey. The hearinits are to be conducted in TTenton on March 12. and Mayor James and representatives of Wild- wood business interests arc rinsing more time to prepare argumenis against adoption or the bills. At a meeting m the Wildwood In formation Bureau, Mayor James said he has received irssilranrc of threri other seashore communities that thev will combine their erTorts to deteai the bills. Mayor James said that Wildwood doe* 23 per cent of its busihesj! on flundaj-. Ho said Sunday e 1 o s i n a would grovely effect the ecorfomv of that resort, I SJC01 Seek Chairman Counties of Seven |>romln«»t(L have been namtd A] drive by the 'mithtjiT. Develoinnent ^ouBejia present memberihfei The appointmeaU 1 by George j. 0 the Prudential .._. regional offices in ] wood and chain membership con Selected to rtpn.___ lee in five of Soulaai J si* couniieg were^ Atlantic Co., NelU! HsinR diroptor, AtU Gnlftden Co., WillUmj dent, William Flinn Bm den; t umlMTl.ind Ca, J field, general rrrannjw j Evening News; elm * renco Crispin, attarnty \ and Salcni Co Willltai Harold ti. Cline, |nc, tm. An appolntmcBt fw Cmj has noi yei be ntis, Named to *pur meBttea, financial instUutions nla ties, respeiilvely, in in at3 were Edward c Jona twV at Ihe Boardwalk NatMdl l.inli,- City, and Cturtat lognc npjilianee dell of Ihe tialliiwaj' Twp, i GeislnBer said lilt I Jersey DcvdlotimtBt 1 lo all persons, or firms Interested In r New Jersey 0 better | work and play. Us 1 permits a vote In from among whom tat ( cere are selected. Morris Opens For GOP Nc ROBERT MWUW With the formal rign hcadqugrten Staey.Trehi. ihe < Morris for the RepuMWI lion for V. 8, Senatw I Jersey swung Into hill ( week. Morris, a point , who recently resigned sf sel to the Senate Subcommittee, Is nominaUon in the . His opponenl Is Coi _ W. Kean, of Mvingstsfc ONLY Hf NIID1D An auihoriiy on the uage nnds thai all HM are necessary to get her only BJO. whien able, ibeinfl MO In hlahly useful "okay."—" tal. At any rate, talk of price rollbacks makei cheerful reading. PRINTING COMMERCIAL STATIONERY Lmwis L. Barrett .Mb MHffcw Btpt. NMM 1212 807 Asbury Avenue BUDD'S Economical Prkes ARE A GOOD REASON TO SHOP OCIAN CITY For Exatnph PLASTIC 87 In, Long Colo rful Patterns Center Varaneei Easy to Clean Regular 98c pr. ld«l For TM SIMM Hsuw FRIDAY A SATURDAY, BUDD'S Decorator 743 ASBURY AVI., OCEAN CITY, N. J, MEN — Do Not Discard Your beubla-Breasted or Wide Lap*) Codfs current fathlon, at FMMIMUa) cott. Men* 1035 or com* fit to TALES CUSTOM TAILOR 744 A»bury Ay, i :±'-, ' *«»M«»vl«B*»»" WOND 1400 On YMr Mai rontlly Intotl *''-4;h TSis |(HIHII§I ti«(ii* itaff ,YEAR-No.5A OCEAN CITY SENTINEL-LEDGER H Telephone 0304 or 0305 OCIAN CITY, NEW JERSEY, THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 1958 iourt Ruling Upholds Citys xtions In Stoeco Land Deal rime Extension Development Called Legal Supreme Tribunal Rules 6-0 Against »/ Oldfifld Contention^ The Now Jeriiy Slate Su Court on Monday ruled the City of Ocean City within its rights whan tgranted Stoeco Homes, Inc.. n extension of time in 1962 1 flll and f rade the area east Bay av. from 20th it, to 4th st. which the develop- »nt firm purchaied from the in 1951, Ijuitlce Albert S. Burling en- the Suprenie Court's M 10 uphold a previous juds- l of the Superior Court that the Bad the right to renegotiate Stoeco Homes when it was I that the firm could not com with turn original restrictions ! by the cHy In seUing ahe i land was acquired tv Stoeeo • It public sale on February 14, .. Stoteo acquired the tract from i it, to 24th st, on Mie west aide y av. for tlUO.aoff and th* 14> tract on ihe eMt aide (or , The sales were eonflrned r ctt}' rtsokrtk>ns on February it id Bn4l gettlenent made on June I tto same year. \ < n» •*** to MM lantJ cMtabMd which rtaulrad that fiU ma *ra4* M th. I ami Milting municipal • H»lot> on boHl tract*. Th. i prslMt w«« to have Hi in MM year, or th. •11 l9f1Bsl In w I WO VF9S If : to th* city, i acquire all Ihe parcels in the _jSio#ce negotiated with a mum- [Of rndlvldii»ls and purduwed an- 117 lota for a total price of Boatmen Invited to Give Data to Fix Span Policy Jacksonville, Fla,, will be the locale of a hearinf by the Anny Corps of Engineers on April 8, which may nave an Important bearing on construction plans for future highway bridges into Ocean City «nd other neighboring resorts along [Stoeco, shortly tflw KtUtment. I d Hill DfedHnv *:», ofCity, to stan diMgins flve ' tofooni from til* tofytnra In wars sector of the U-Kt, »nd the dredged naMrtlu* lo fill i in* to grade, according to the t opinion. I Mnen September and December I that year, s large portion or the -- rr ilde sf the tract and « small i or the east side were filled lt Biannor. Jtoncver, the ma, dnMhed from the Br»t two _I««M ligoons revealed it Vim I or sulBclent quality to fce ujed HI. It contained too high a ty of «ud ami iilt. IStsen was compelled to acquire T Wind froni a private source to i a» a splU area in order to dU. ' ef the suUstandard substances from the uigMni. Tlwse *le drertglng eondiiioni ere. Ipalms (ngineeriFuj and rtnanclal on. y..r 1 * * rt - Sh *^ *-* »* "" •»Wantiai portion rml *, column 1, to the inland wateirway. Col, ftiul D. Ttoitler, chief M the engineers for the South Atlantic PI vuiion, this week announced that the public hearing in Jacksonville has as its purpose the obtaining of "fsctual information as to the usage of the Atlantic Intracoastal Wateriray be> tween Ttenton, N, J., and Key West, Pla,. by vewels requiring more than nominal vertical clearance." Thar* IMI bMil ne dacltkHi mute tint* latf SflTiihtr M «o Mpm, al of pl«i> tor a Sf^aat flxwl ip«i bridge ov.r Oc**n Clty-t main bay chanMi at Mth M, It wai hwtefk nil* Mr* m la whether or not a dMliton en thhj applMttlan fey th* County Bosrd af PrMlraldari may b* hald up pending rtiulti of Hit Jkckxmvilt* during. It was laarncd from one source that til* Army Engineers have sub- mitted a report on the Ocean City bridge to the Slate Division of Navi- galton, where a decision now rests. Local boating Interests slrongly opposed the 35-foot span and rerom- mended. iMtead, that a drawbridge be buut. Col. Troxler, In connection with the Jacksonville (hearing, sdld that the Information obtained "will be used in connection with a detailed study Being made by the Corps of Engineers, U. S. Army, to determine the minimum standard vertical clear, •net or clearance"! which should lie established to govern the future con atruetion of (Died bridges or other overhead structures crossing the various reaches of the ImracoasUtl Waterway in order to meet the reas- onable needs of navigation." The present minimum standard vertical clearance Is 80 feet stove mean high water. But the Depart ment of the Army has considered it "necessary and proper' 1 to permit construction of one bridge of leaser vertical clearance, and applications are pending for two similar addition, al bridges, one at Cocoa, Fla., and the other at Myrtle Beach, S. C. Col. Troxl.r ..Id that It Is In- MlM that HM «tudy new under- way will mult M th. r.- toadar* and panoU. Judge Clears Montogna in 'Flying Saucer 7 Case Ocean City party boat skipper Chris Montagna won vindi- catiqn in the Atlantic County Court at M«ys Landing Monday of his contention that he was not guilty of reckless operation of the 77-foot super speedboat, '.'Flying Saucer," in the Great Egg Inlet, Judge George T. N*ame, at the conr-Iuslon of an appeal hearing, re- versed a finding orf Hie state Marine Court at PleaaantvUle, which had tan* posed a fine of flOO on Capt. Montag, na In Octobtr, Remo Croce of the stale attorney general's staff presented the state's ease, while Oapf, MontsgmTs defense win handled by Edward I. Baker, of Atlantic City. Th* Hse irvw out of a lr|# by the "Flylns Saucer" latt Mptamber 11, with 111 fiafieniars nboard. After tfcay retumed Is por-t, 15 of the pamngtri filed a eMnpiauit with the CMst Guard here alMalng that (hey w.r. «ndan(«red by MontaBiM'i retkleM Mention ot th, cr.ft. Only three of the complainants House Flooded by Pipe Break Extensive Damage Found by Police The most damaging water pipe break of the current season was re- ported Tuesday by police when a prowl car craw saw water seeping from the sides of a Cape Cod type summer cottage at 2232 Central IT. S g t. Nicholas Impagliano and Patrolmen Andrew Cappeiza and Charles Cramer gained entrance to the house and found It to be watered down from the roof to the basement. Firemen under Deputy Chief Wil- liam Meenatr manned power pumps more than an hour to empty, water which Indundited a basement heater room 8 by 4 feet to a depth of three feet. The police officers pulled switches turning off the. electricity in the house, and summoned a plumber to turn otff tne water at the main. The officers reported water In depths from a liilf Inch to one Inch on the downstairs floor, and Mid that the wall* were damaged by dampness and ceilings were loosened from their lath by the water. Chief Mecnan said that the break apparently occurred In a water pip3 running between the celling ot thj upper floor and the roof. It was CFtlmated that toe water had been running from the broken plp« since the Hunt following the oold apeH last week. Police reported that ttie home Is owned by J>r, Harry w. Fullerton Jr., ot M Shea Mad, Carney's Point, N. J. o w: W deaHut, « t With tmro "delay*! Hie l»5fl total to, " mm raised to us

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