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Mpdtrn Apirlminii AT RENTALS YOU CM AFFORD MONMOUTH VILLAGE APARTMENTS Monmouth Names Aide 10— Fpdju, Sos. 21. 1967 THE DAILY REGISTER Successful Investing By Roger E. Spear Spear Q—Recently bought Parke, ting in its major product. The Davis—some at 42, some at 37. stock shows strength from time Then the bottom dropped out ofto time, largely on unconfirmed the stock. I've held it, hoping to take-over rumors. I 'think you are recoup, but now I (eel it's time well advised to make a change I took my loss. Will you sugand I recommend Warner-Lamgest something else for me to bert. This company is in ethical buy?—E. S. drugs, but it is also in cosmet- A—It is always a matter of ics, toiletries and optics. great concern to me that Q—I'm retiring soon from a many people buy stocks with newspaper which carries your line, established name—bul column, and I have read your sometimes not too much else advice. I am single and want ad- Parke, Davis is one of the oldest vice about buying another annu- and most respected pharmaceii' ity. I have passed up slocks, pre- ticals. Unfortunately, it has ferring security. My financial po- recent years become heavily desition on retirement is enclosed. pendent on Ghloromycetin foi -W. B. ,, which the basic patent 'expirec A — It is always pleasant to in October, 1966. Earnings seem likely to be off very sharply this year, due largely to price-cut- EGAL NOTICE NOTICE AN ORDINANCE AMENDING _ SUPPLEMENTING ARTICLE AND NEPTUNE — Everett D. vi"ho was esenlative for Andres Radio :orp. of Long Island City, N. Y., rom 1950 to this year, has been amed vice president in charge military sales for Monmouth Jectric Co., it was announced day by William H. Oliver, pres- Farr, WINNERS — The children of Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. DiLello of 210 Paul Ave., Eatontown, came out top winners in the Monmourh-Ocean twirling competition in Point Pleasant.,Thay are, rear, left, Debbie, 10, and Rosehear from anyone associated maris, 7. Front, left, Sandra, 5, and Angela, 3. Angela with a paper which carries my was crowned Monmouth's tiniest majorette. The older column. Insofar »s income is listen won first placet in the general division. While concerned you have planned well visiting their grandparents in Cleveland, the foursome and should be well fixed for re- appeared on Gene Carroll's television show. tirement—at least for the pres- "USB, REGULATIONS CONTROL- ent. I should point out to you, (Register Staff Photo) LINO BUSINESS ZONES" OF CHAPTER 22 "ZONING ORDI- though, that all your capital is NANCES" OK THK ORDINANCE KNOWN BY ITS SHORT FORM TI fixed — pensions, annuities and TLE AS "REVISED ORDINANCES OF 1961" ADOPTED JUNE 5, IBB.. savings accounts. You are com- Marie 50th Anniversary BE IT OHDAINED by the Mayor and Council of the Borough of Redpletely vulnerable to inflation MIODLETOWN - Mr. . and Among tli» guests were a son, Bank, that Chapter 22 of the i.bove entitled Ordinance be amended and nd I believe you should have Mrs. M. E. Barnes were hon- John Barnea, and grandchildren, auprifmented u follows: SECTION 1. Chapter 22, "ZONING ;ome protection against this ored on their 50th wedding anni- Jean, Susan,' Maureen and De- ORDINANCES". Article t, "USES, REGULATIONS CONTROLLING BUSI- rowing problem. Good common versary at a supper party> in the nise Shelton and Thomas, Timothy and John Edele, NESS ZONES" SecUon 1, ii herebj amended and supplemented by adding tocks and well-situated real es- home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward paragraph (v), ai foUowi: Shelton, Holland Road, recently. Mr. and Mrs. Barnes were ivl Nursing Homes, Convalescent tate can and probably will rise Centers and Rest Homes. n value as the dollar depreci- A buffet supper was served by summer residents of the shore SECTION 2. This Ordinance shall area for many years before- mov- take effect upon its passage and pubtes. In place of another annui- the couple'i daughters, Mrs. Eding permanently from Brooklyn, lication according to law. PUBLK NOTICE :y, I suggest you consider some ward Shelton and Mrs. William N.Y.( to Middletown. They have The foregoing Ordinaries waa intro- f the growth stocks so frequent- Edele, both of Middletown, and three daughters, two sons, 14 duced and pused first reading at a regular meeting of the Mayor and y recommended here. Miss Barbara Barnes, New York grandchildren and three great- Council of the Borough of Red Bank held on Monday, November 20th, 1967, (To order Roger Spear'j 48- City. grandchildren. and will come up for finai consider- )age Investment Guide, send $1 ation and passage at a regular meeting of said governing body to be held Roger E. Spear, in care of on Monday, December 4th, 1967, athis newspaper. Box 1618, Grand S:30 P.M., at the Council Chambers, In the Municipal Building, Monmouth Central Station, New York, N. Y. Street, Red Bank, New Jersey, at which lime and place all persons de- 10017.) firing to be heard thereon will be given full opportunity- Dated: NDvUmber ZOthj *"*' JOHN BRYAN, In 'Who's Who' Borough Clerk Nov. 24 111.50 NOT1CE OF BIO FOB FURNISHING SCHOOL BUSES The Board or Education or Holmdel Township will receive bids for furnishing fJve school buses on or before 8:00 p m. Wednesday, December 20, 1967 at the Administration Offices of trie Board, Hlllcrest Road, RD Holmdel, Uew Jersey 07733. Bids shall be presented In a aealed envelope and bear the, name of the bidder and be marked "PROPOSAL FOR FURNISHING SCHOOL BUSES." The Board of Education reserves the Tight to accept or reject any bid In whole or in part, to waive Immaterial Informalities, to award contracts at its discretion, as well as the right to re lect any or all bids If deemed In the best Interest of the Board to do so. nEORGE E. CONLEY, Becrelary Holmdel Township Board of Education .•..BillerMWRoad „.... ,. RD Holmdel, New Jersey 07733 November 22, 1B67 Nov. 24 !«« NOTICE MONMOUTH COUNTY SURROGATE'S COURT rlotlcn lo Creditors to Present Claims Against Estate • ESTATE OF SANTO COSTA, DE CEASED Pursuant to the order of DONALD J. CUNNINGHAM, Surrogate of the County of Monmouth, this day made on the application of the undersigned, Philip L. Costa, Administrator of the estate of the aald Santo Costa, de ceased, notice U hereby given to the creditors of said deoeajed to present tr the said Administrator their olalms un o'er oath wlthtB fix months from this date. Dated: November 30th, 1M7 PHILIP L. COSTA 140 River Road Red Bank, N, I. Administrator Messrs. Doremul, Ruillll, Fauna ft Nicosia 73 Broad street Red Bank, N. J. Attorneys ^nA ISB.JS PUBLIC HEAJUNO NOTICE li hereby given that a public Hearing will be held by the Planning Board ol Ihe Township of Mlddletown, N. J., at Township Hall on Monday, Dec. 4, 1987 at 8 P.M. or as soon thereafter as the matter may be reached, to consider the applications (or the following major subdivisions: Man ol Tanglewood, Harmony Ave. Map of Sprung Properly, Ultldletown- Lincroft Rd. Map of Llncroft Construction Co., T lots, Nut Swamp -Rd. I,EON ZUCKBRUAN, lecreUry Mlddletown Township Planning Board J iorjti tlecirtiDic and metw-l Furruiti your pltct the rofc/gical devices lor aJJ ntvive way *T* fuptr of the tjmmi service! and' Farr,|Ohio State Ujilvwilly, tad wu tor eormmtrciaj UM. loHertd to 0» OavltiM Kit, rep. commissioned • li«ji*n*nt colonel In Iht Army AJrCorpi in IMS. Other changes authorized by the; company board of directors included the election or Everett W. Oliver Jr. as vice president; JOIN the CLUB Robert Jackson as vice president and controller; Raymond P. Mc- THAT PAYS THE MOST! Ilravey as vice president lent. charge pf production, and George Mr. a member of the W. Bray as assistant vice presi- oledo Bar Association and Ohio ate Bar Association, is a graddent in charge of production. ate of Boston University and Monmouth Electric the BEST CHRISTMAS C.B.S. CLUB ever! where your Christmas savings earn more...! SUPERMARKET 36 Main St. Keansburg just a few cents interest . . . or a little WEEKEND SPECIALS! trinket; but the •.. CHICKENS FINAL PAYMENT TURKEY LEGS FREE! if you make your 30th payment during week FRESH CALAS 35', of July 1st and your 49th payment by Novetober 1, 1968. SMOKED CALAS 39!> BACON -39S, icidlle to CHUCK STEAK 49 1250 Highway 35 • Middletown North of Middletown Shopping Center Telephone 671-5800 CHUCK ROAST .49!* Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation FRESH FISH 49S> AMERICA'S LARGEST FAMILY CLOTHING .CHAIN AMCRICA'8 LAROEST FAMILY CLOTHrNO CHAIW MT. 1040 9.30 171 9:30 ilk Special! HOLIDAY BUYS FOR BOYSl Mri. Jiek S. Skakandy RED BANK - Mn. Jack Stephen Skakandy, 70 Samara Drive, Shrewsbury, is listed in "Who's Who of American Women." Mrs. Skakandy, the daughter of the late Mr. and Mn. Leo F. Meade, Middletown, graduated from Middletown High School and is continuing her studies at Mon- Branch*'majoring in psychology.!! She has been active in social and philanthropic endeavors and is a past president of the Little |! Silver Woman's Club. She is also the secretary and a director of her husband's investment firm, First Eastern Investment Corp. here. The couple have three children, John, 16, Robert, 13, and Stephen, 10. •'» ROUTE 33 FREEHOLD, N.J. 1&2 BEDROOM APARTMENTS IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY • Large Rooms Science Kitchen • Built-in Wall Oven • Ample Parking Facilities • Children's Equipped Playground • Swim Pool Facilities DIRECTIONS: Garden State Parkway to Exit 123, continue on Route 9 to Circle, proceed around.Circle to Route 33 East, continue on -Route -33 £art upproic. 1 mile to Monmouth Garden Apartments. RENTAL ACENrONPREMISES Zonerg Grant Garage Permit WEST LONG BRANCH - The Zoning Board on Wednesday night granted a variance to Steven G. icker of 68 Oceanport Ave. to red a 1,280-square-foot garage n a vacant lot at 66 Oceanport Lve. A variance is required as Mr. ecker, a tree surgeon, plans to erect the garage only five feet from the lot's rear property line. he minimum required rear yard epth is 20 feet. This lot is loated in a commercial zone. Technology Seminar It Slated Wednesday TOMS RIVER — Ocean County, College will be the site for a seminar on civil engineering technology Wednesday, it was announced by Ellis S. Vieser, Middletown, chairman of The New Jersey Civil Engineering Technology Advisory Council. The seminar, titled "Make way for the Civil Engineering Technologist." is sponsored by the Technology Advisory Council. The all-day program will be attended by more than 100 high school teachers and counselors and representatives of business, trades and industry from throughout the state. 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Aszolina Will Seek To Block Bank BUls TRENTON - Assemblyman Assemblyman Azzolina said lat of 70 banks reporting on as- ;"••'•-;"•."." of the ~'I lower ' •""*»>- Bus- "ui>-sets in New Jersey early this men Affairs Committee, said to- year, 31 had less than $25 million day he w,ll seek to block pass-compared to 21 reporting more ago 01 trie contro vprt ' :i age of h controversial ' v>i«i'i«« bankim bankin6 *i.-— nr,n .

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