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'•! Thomas Ward, coach; James Martin,

Byron Mercer, manager; Bob Amendt, and John Del Gerio,

coach.—Martin Photo.

Duplicate

Township's Babe Ruth Team

Preparing For Loop Action

MAJBMORA—Practice sessions arc

underway for tile Babe Ruth League

baseball team In Upper Township

The boy*, unofe the leadership of

Bypoo Mercer. manager, „„, Thdtias

Ward and John DrtOorio, .,

«M preparing tor their Drat game

en Monday, June 17.

E 0G$S afs now putting sn a

Mae, •elling atoefei In the hometown

MM, nor any donations of a dollar

or more an 8 by 10 inch certificate

•dmowlsdginz the Honor as a state.

«***§*• wiBbe #ven.

The local dam Is eonected with

the OBIS May Obunty Babe Ruth

League. At a resent imeetuB 1 Hesm^U

Diamonds—Km

George Finn, financial secretary; ^.

dubs-JOB

rod Mercer, publicity. The treasurer Wesf: Spades—A

East: Spades—8732

and Onondnl secretary are bonded

Hearts-IMS

Hearts-«74

for J2.000 each and the League was

Diamonds-AJSSM

Diamonds—S

incorporated, to be known as the

Qubs—62

Clubs—AQ1087

coaches, Qipe May County Bafce Ruth Lea.

Heart*—KQJ3

gue Inc. The charter will be secured

Diamonds—QUO

Mm International rfcsdquarte.

•ubs—iH3

Onrles Frank, district director, Opening Lead. Diamond 8 by list.

and Harold SeiiJey, vote on the AH North Deals — None Vulnerable.

Star team. Fifteen boys will be on

N

5 W

the team and the game will be held

IS

SH p

m July B. 1b play on the All Sara,

mr P 35 P

a boy must lave played In SO per.

p

cent el his games and the manager

4S

As we have discussed In post ar-

mint enter his name by June 30.

the Mete but he had already loaf

ticles, the primary purpose at bid-

at the

two spades, one Diamond and two

These County meetings will be held ding is for the partnership, via their

County League. John MrOtUough win

dubs, down two.

every Tuesday at i pjn. at the Amer. various Uds, to arrive at a contract

elected president; Norman Delias, ican Legion Hall in Cape Msy Court which provides the greatest gain or

It Is virtually impowiMe for N-S

secretary; Tony Cnnuso, treasurer; House to beta begta, th then twice ti monthly. hl die smallest loss. However, no one

to avoid bidding the spade game,

Boys who taw signed up to play has ever advocated that all contracts

particularly after a spade opening

WHY MO PUN en the Upper Township team are IB. 4H-be «uceessful.

and a 2NT redid. North's bidding in-

etaer WoileM, Ralph Saninf, Lym Today's example is of a hand in

dicated a good 15 or 16 point hand

ON EROSION? "~*, James Martin, David Prater which a game contract was bid at

South felt that he heU good en ugh

TOoQMZZO,

Steven WollcM, Bert. a" tables, the identical contract. How.

cards to contract for game Inasmuch

&m^tfw H H ^B latf is^*t* nun Sl W| Ctau B J ever, no declarer was successful in

as all pain played the hand in four

* * * W- °*"°

Bcrnl, E*wud Adams, Robert Amen- ng the contract. This is an un-

^•des, it would Mem to be normal

dt. Jama a Dun, rrank Band, ftftaje

thtawm.

case of a game that should be

Md wd. Jaeph Jh Jfa Jfartiii, Robert Oar*. Md, but cannot be made, unless the

Even though the declarer suffered

Omles es JTsher, Thoma* Waiters Waiters,

a two trick defeat, it was a norna]

defensive pair faUs down.

KJtt tti Jd Jadt, EEdward

Young and Den-

result and no one was punished se-

MATAlUCa nto Law.

North opened the bidding with one verely for the sere.

*«de, Soutti responded two Hearts.

• m m

NIINMNI

Tb» growth ft wisdom may be

North reMd B*r which is a slight An average of 36 was made at the

mma •oawitely by the decline of

overhid. but he had no other rettd Boxwood Duplicate Bridge game

a-MBBper. _F, w, Nieuche available, Swth corrected to three Played last Wednesday evening.

Spftdes and North carried on to game

Top scores were turned in by

in spades.

Jerry .Horn and Ruth Ann Bostnk

But, on ted. led Us

fbatt, witt WNk, and Jo* IBes and

ttrtefon. #-t w» thTWlnyMary

Bacon, with «L

returned the 5, East tramped and

led the Heart 7. Declarer WM the

Boxwood Duplicate Bridge games

Heart Ace and led the Spade King,

are played every Sunday and Wed-

West won his singleton Ace and switnesday

at ?:4S p,m. at 416 Atlanched

to the Club 6, North played the tic av. ' . i .

a m m '

• and list won the Queen and then

kd the Ace. West eompleud the Quo The King of Clubs Duplicate

highJow signal by playing the 2, soBridge

dub opened its summer sea-

East Bit contfiil oontued wtfiTtfae ith th Hub"" db M 10!?"„

•£*J' * ta SERVING $1.40

MM

MONDAY

12 Pcs. PLAN!

CHICKEN

Pwmshian

4 EARS of CORN

ON THE COB . .

— THY OUR

POTATO

MACARONI

1

quart

liOth St. A Atbuty Avw. DM1

••tfiMt#i«t<

when it% iOS°

in the shade,

it feels like

©CMN CITY, M. j.

EDDIE RUMER'S SHOP,

HOW OPEN wttt. 2 B AKBffiS to SERVE YOU

— '•— • — _| ' -' :

*» PARIONG AVAHARl In MUNIOPAL Wff

niRW

EV»Y

TkSinSeaek

Palm Lite*

•ultsj asture It., I

The tnnpentiffe Jropf way

down when you put m ralin

w«v lip P»hn Lilt by

Palm Bseh* U a UghtwclgLt

bldf * *

I pfJystn/*5* wool worried

Ait hssmm dBou^-iUBns

wHh iMndx i wrinkle la

luiiuioni 'm ihulu from

MdHsnt wMi to lively mulul

d l ] ]

p

^ied by

PJm B«*, they H. look k « {

thoos^. liny doi and fad '

A

Otter Palm

SuH» from

$55.00 to *70LOO.

ft* AdWry

Telephone 399-5411 OMAN CITY, NEW JlMMY, TUll

Bak •rimary Demos

ick Congressional Choice

and I

Open Friday and

MHOMWCXr.

h)

»rd S. Gore The three-way y ^ far two Re.

publican bli nomlnaUona lU tor freeholder

tatfon ix*

seals has attracted mott attention,

when voters can pick Buslnestman FhlUp R. Malalucci, a

» run in *• Nowa*er

RepiMlaii Ineureent, has teen wagat

least apprava

apprava

the

the Ing a Wrong ounpelgn to gain the

m by bosses nomination lot

, for them

1 But Rbcey, choice at the old GOP

pTganlmtion, is running with potent

vote-getters Rep, Charles W. Sandman,

Jr., who i» seeking a second

Congressional term, and Director of

Freeholder, Dr. Leon H. Sehuek.

the seat now held by the outcome at the Mataiuccmex-

Incumbent Joseph W. Rlxey, Jr. ey Oght depends in large measure

on how many independent Republicans

vote thraiEhout the county. Ob-

Election Facts servers believe that the Independ

rer Levy PolU for the 1968 Primary elec-

alts are uwlined to vote fur Sand.

tion wiH he open today ban 7

man (who is unopposed) Schuck and

a.m. to 1 p.m.. with 5.793 persons

Matalucci.

registered and eligible to vote at The Democrats have no county-

tested In the eity's 12 polling places, wide contest to bring them out but

Voters will nominate candidates they can choose between complete

for the (he one seat In the U.S. slates of delegates and attemates

House of Representatives, and the to the Democratic National Conven-

Court two seats on the county board tion.

* T* lll

They also have two independent

[» series ef lawsuits stem*

Also to be elected are county candidates opposing the Democratic

I the city'* sped»i »wer

commliteemen and women, two organisation choice as the man to op-

Attr«ctod SIsbiMen

j levied against jesldents from each district, and delegates pose iandm&n

, of the Gardens and the a ret alternates for the Democratic

t got underway «> o( the af a aj

large section «t Use

Oetsn 17 •titrk

muntdpal wK and tlv?

Bay ay. south r, out dty _ .. ,

i

_y they will not be sOie

•MSE-pMpie base seen asking what point the OQK* mtfur* of fte

-woutd

bappen tt a golfer stuad ibd until tniy oompletB (heir *~

aaV hotel* with SO room.

Into Sw heavily travelled street. Now Uoo.

they know.

Six workmBn wcaped traov

4- _« -^ -^^Sr ^

A young woman

hwlMtnt: only seeoods

^uonontheHngj

yettHday rooming but *e

of a dent) wa* In Ibe

giatwkBktbeaecawj

not turned down by the TttwnsMp adne a truck owned , T«*noge Trio Habbmd

Police ufOcials here and throtieh- and had appealed to the tote Al- Batey, of Vwtnor. was

out the county and Sate were pleacoholic Beverage Control Division, a soutlL Me nofced the young woman For Thaft Of Pott*

santly surprised over tt» long Me- bearing examiner recommended to swing M the ball. It flew straight

morial pay weekend. The death toll

FoUce said the three Mds wens •

ABC Ctrnmiarioner Joseph Keegan and ttue for his wtadslneld. Biraer

in the Stale from automobile acei

juvenile version of the Pep Boy»—

that he sustain the Township's refusal said.

dents was only one-thlrd what the

Manny, Moe and-Jock — -who opev

to pant the motel a license.

Sn he saw the tall he was pre-

National Safety Council had fare.

ate a chain of autDmotive supply

cast.

Meanwhile, the King family has pared, but even so havtag a ball Mores.

At midni|ht Monday, a persons

a case pendtai in Superior Court smash your windsMeid on be un-

The Juveniles, In a way. had

had lost their lives and only eight

which has been asked to Mi aside nerving, Hunter tept control of the

better thing tM than f

were involved in automobile acci. the renesling rf the special ordi- truck and brought it to a standstill.

store chain. They had no

dents.

nance.

He said the young woman and her

and their stock cost them nothing Ibe

One man was killed in a plane AttanUc Qty attorney Patrick T. male companions •eemed.amused. He became they Mole it.

cany.

crash and another sustained faiM in- McGahn, Jr., who represents motel didn't find it funny. An attendent at

Before police caught up wHh them, WarMns la the

juries when fell out of bed. The re. owners, will appear before Judge the IOM course headquarters explain-

the local trio, two ol them 16 soltime

It

maining 11 died by drowning. Anthony J. Caflero on Friday to ared the course was insured for such

the third, 17, bad made oft with

Cape May O:mnty n^stered one gue lhat the manner in wUch the sec-

a motor and controls fiuni a boat, Fhfiip H. WstotssWrf, <

of Die automobile fatalities. George tion of the ordmanee was repealed tamer drove away, Thi ball didn't control puiels, composes, and aPsu,

Robert 1 —

A. Grund, BO, of Tuefcahoe, was dead was illegal.

on arrival at Mercy Hospital, Sea Should the Superior Court ease

eotnpMdy penetrate the glass, he ac- variety of autanoMle parts. Isvttie, BL, and

Isle City, Smday night,

eventually be decided in favor of the pUned, He added he will use an-

Manny and Mae, from Ocean CMy. bach, «.


fe* "*».

Tb« new

At. L YEAR

and BOARDWALK

Vacation?

• Few

RATES —

SEAFOOD

R. It Bacon

V. P. A GBL Mgr.

CWrtw

, Joint v«»h»re

welcomes visitors

"1%

TfW OCIAN CITY StHTHtfl ^ «M» W

Ll

and tavitaf them to Join their brother groups

In meetings here, information concerning

presidents and meetings may be obtained in

too Information Center.—Grainger Photo.

Munkipal Court Docket Crowded

NATIONALLY

FAMOUS

AURANT

MAMtET andftAXEBY

Trttday, Priday

~-^Sfm*m- *abi^

Win PB

rridhyi T1» MM taoo win k

MI the •tmnda and in the nwU

Bbscclbna by mall

tetti i«a3« each

at no extra cost. They

tun wlB be avallabte on ae*mat*nd>

through Ocean Oty and

Han Print Ltanwod and

IjffNF Towrohip.

With the chaise In schedule

a chunge in deadlines,

ctaiaiflcd ad* kx TUadA?

win be acspHd only

up to Saturday at noon. wUte

tor the Friday Issues they wm

tfew oil Wednesday M noan,

Deadlhujs for news display advertising

and Too-LatE-t»aassity

are Marfay noon for the

Tuesday paper and Thursday

noon far the Friday pap?r.

Church notices should continue

to roach this of&ee an Monday,

AHistins MeeHng

Honors All Mothers

The May meeting of Gardes State

Assembly ]3 ^rttsang held last week

Loral VWi

Ufllort

U, OoL Henry F. Bwnbett**,

*m^L. And ON*. VkHM

of 13M OMnl

with OwtljlcaM.tf

p ta the four CbaplalM

vt Honor at «ho unwl

U betd at ~

The cotlllcMn read, "In c

Woo of outrtundlng nnies to, all

opte ntpidin* of raoe or n

Thhi MNM cymboUie* w all Am*

leans and tor att nme the Unity el

this Nation, founded upon the Fatherhood

of One Gad,"

OCHS Cfats Of 1958

Pfanning ftetm/on

Ocean aty High School Claa of

Ki Is planning for Its ioth reunhm.

Katherine Field ia aervins as


• i

* 'i!

* fWM MTHMfif *

or 927 to tte HaMiirt^at | m MM, W aaMn to 11^. Land-

Shopping opping Center The Jersey Cape Re- |a|.B^^*B*^^»W'

gion group gu »riU riU participate rtiit vsiUi iU thir their fc«« OnKto Jcnten ol JO* «•* «•*,

rtd M». TtaipfakB wfll he aumrttd a flwt tet Mi CteyrA« hacfc; G*ree

Members of the group wU lalie a MaHa T p— ttyefc _____ J

tour ol Morristown jane IS for the Fcttowtng tte lUnUiia. W^ia qlj

NattoBal Spitm M«t and on June ihe BrtgWai Jigland Run In «g|

16 they will parMpcte in

cation at the Sea Ue Qty

adertte parade staits at 10;» a,m, |—

gional Annusl RIB to OMB Gty will

take place with the Jersey Cape Region

serving as hurt, AU ran should

Boon. Jiriging wiB take place

pjn. ITl»Uy an June 29 the pmp

U M l W

Educafors

At Luncheon

CotiBertoii, comdto_te ol weetal se».

- - - « — » — - Muwttoo

j spoke brteto,

M^h-ifo* Miriam Circle

fca «, ID tte tene ol

Central MethodM Senior Ugh

MTF Oounca raceune. 7-30 p.m., in

«rfeii CM. in«et.

the «pe May CM; Retired B t . . .

a-oers PoJBt KT»MBS tt* ^Ber

Cape Btay. meatiiig, 7 pj»,, to Omm's RaKaur-

Dr. Cwu-rren explained Assembly ant.

Bill A-178 coveting cost o* living ad- • • •

Justeeat tor thn» on BfMfcos. He mdtie^Mttmm t«t IM WW

ajso dlacuBSCd Seade HO S-383 Amdllaiy roeMtoig, I pa. In the

whieh wouU Hit the 0100 limit at pa* Hone,

eantfags (w teUisd cmployoes, ^

ortaried pwunw to members «( ^W 1 *^**^ 1 _^f |Ef at

Buciti, and intiodueed Mrs. May Maes «MW* (a«i5« *^««-

I NJREA and discussed an autnmobQe

polity be!n_ endorsed by NJREA and

AARP (Amerfcsji Asaoctatitm of Retired

Perns) with non-cancellRlion

daunea until ip 80. They hope

(or approval thim ytM.

Stptanber. Ihe We «n4 place wffl

Too late to Classify

-. — ^ Silver Moon Council Degree at Po-

% ROOMS AND i*TH, •yn_«H»* eahontaa meeHnfi T:» p»,. In Beth.

., h« *«•« »jJJ #1 HaU,

CHMSWCOBY

_ PLASTEftING —

.BLOCKWOllK

DltU 1*99-2717 |

in OCMN AMU, aeuM arr'

OCEAN CITY

505 K#W ROAD . SOMCTS PONT DIAL

B6RQER LUMBER

ALiMMMiMl tOMBWATrpN DOOkS

AMD SCREENS

Atto Mr Plywood, MIMMM ftMN| M

WFUliC*HilAPU

C r - o ^ i 0

Dtol 3*M»48 - - Itw Friendly Vdrd

nth stuerr -nd SIMPSQH Avekoe

Authorized Dealer toe T_aH1MlA%__KttE CON

240 BATTE»SEA ROAD

CUSTOM BUILDER

ML TWM w Ai^iiAWi A

KITCHBJS and BATHS MOdfeRNIZO)

ROOTNG and &DING

NO JOB TOO SMALL «« TtJO LAH61

D1.I 399^594 911 Oarttai MrkiM

W. Ronald Williams

REGISTERED BUILDER

CuHflW Bollt HonMS

LOCK)

MlGUACCIO

AWPWN.IHC

DIAL 399-1115

iMiiT

mrr, m. J.

ALTERATIONS

REPAIRS

VIHCEHT STAHLER

ROOFING . SIDtNO

FREDEfttCK 6. CAIE

R^pttfW BulNIr

JOBBING . ALTEkAtKHB

ROOFING - SIOIMO

PhoM W7-7J42

ROBiRT A. 6«tt

Registered Builder

CUSTOM iWit «©#*«

933 W«*t A. tfyil

FREO i. tARVCS, 3rd

IWIK any DU5»e» %Mmm^mmm

feMdbEUNG and AB*4lRS OF ALL KIWDS

ClllWffiWMif

OCEAN CfTY, N. J,

AA * y I

EARLLSttW.k

ROOFING Mtd

SHEET JMETM.WOWC


HOTEL

927-2921 ©r 6422

NOT A SDEUNE

TO Tim VICTOR lim SPOILS ,_ Jim atr

©rial Marathon power boat race sponsored and Charles Dolawiy, the clufi's racing chair-,

by, the Ocean City Yacht Club Saturday, man.—Grainger Photo.

Corta piloted his "Dago Red" to its'second

MM people Ajn't do what Is M

for then; usually they're satisfied

with secwid best.

HARRY'S

A Landmark In

- Som«rs Point

- -- — tu-tm

CREDITCARDS

ACCEPTED

I ! I l l » 1 I > I .

Gregory's

SOMERS POINT

BREAKFAST SKVH)

SPECIAL

Businessmen's

Served Every Day

EXCELLENT FOOD

PACKAGE MOM

DiLIVERED

PfieM 927-394*

OpM7A.JM.

^HWhore HwUnmnt where wafoo* ta «M

SPECIALTY Of THE HDVSBt

SABi glliied with frtsh butter hroUed on an

Crab combined In a sauce of exotic

SWfWBWrXV muum? from the Gulf of Mexico.

. FywtHaiiHhtjrtBtt-rM-aBAflOW prepaid In the ftUmlt-

'••»»((•• nMihK^awrwM Im

«^ ^

OPENTOO TOE SEASON—TOe Ocean City Yacht Club

Officially opened its IMS season Saturday with traditional

flag raising ceremonies on the Club's dock on Beach Thorofan.

Here hoisting the colors are (L to r.) Commodore

George CuUen, Vice Commodore Dr. Robert Breckenridge

mod Rear Commodore Herbert Johnson—Senior Photo.

Obituaries of the

ttopathte phyalcJan. who art sodden-

mtad^ila. lb|tt» summer ?* y - _.^J_- _,

rrtdmt here, died Prktay in Itthn. AS °* PWW f l «* i * «*«« «»

wnan Hoapital, FnUadeWiia, m wa» ««« «» »*"« «*oo»». Dr-

75. 'MdioO was gHMhiUed tan the OB-

Mrs. Bauman tad owned a hone t"P»U>ie College KriBville, Jto., in

here at L» Ocean av. temaqrycus. «?» cl a^ «* MB6- He ptacUojd in

He WM vice preioden! «' are

Hrty Angela Bfi Church. 10ft av.

•M York rd., PhUadeWito. Bwlai

in te ii

Nirftnll

held 1U« grandchildren.

Nldion Was a member, will conduct

ttle fmeral servleM at Oe GooW-

Funeral services wUI be conducted Burial will be in North Cedar

UWm a.m, today for I*. William Cemetery, Frankfort,

CONEY'S

34TH STREET

LIQUOR I BAR

STORE OPEN DAILY

Mfaff Known Bvandt

OPEN

WEEKDAYS

* A.M. to 10 P.M.

No Sunday M M

OPEN

SUNDAYS

12 NOON

Dial 399-9851

Omm Ctfy Amateur Gotten A»

aoclatkn meeting, 8 p.m.. In th»

home o< Ben Trout, 1215 pleasure

I at. FrMcte Cabrini RMV Attar |

the K o* C WkMTWaM av. FIaiu|

lor wmincr sale.

• .• •

Art •ppredstion lectunw. 8 p.m.,

at the Creative Art. Center. «W

Wesley a", Public Invited.

• • • •

Dedication of new wildlife exhibit

and lecture on Mr* by Dale O.

CoggeduII, manager of Brtgsnttne

and Barnegat Wildlife PmnvH, J

p.m.. in the Historical Musm, 4M

Kiwanin nub meeting, 6 pm., Bt

Stnua's Restaurant, Guest of honor,

Lt. Gov. Henry Cooper.

Boxwood Duplicate Bridge game,

7:45 p.m., at 416 Atlantic av.

* • *

Morgan-Ranck Fust 137 American

Legion meeHns, 8 p.m.

THUMOAY-

Women's Regular Republican Club

card party, S p.m., In the Blscayne

mm.

* * *

Poetry Forum, 1 p.m., at be Crwi-

Uve Arts Center, 409 We»K*y av.

A. R. Amman*, moderator.

• • •

Open try-out« for "Portrait of Jenny",

7i» p,m., in the Creative Arts

Cmter, 409 Wesley av.

• • •

Rotary Oub dinner meeting, 6:30

p.m.. at WWte HaD.

Chapter 4t RAM meeting, 8 p.m,

In the Masonic Tempte.

Tours,

Mine i

OURS

C0U>K by DELUXE:

WilfciW 7:11 A •:»

VtH «• VtMK

SVMJM IIH . Stir

IiM • 7.M - I:M P.

"YOURS, OURS

AND MINI"

LUCILLI MLL

MatNRY P0HM

Mgariyn T«T. M «M NMM MMlTf

IA8T TIMES TOOAV

WOWS, 7:14 antf B:SO

"MADIOAN" 1

RICHARD WIDMARK

"DOCTOR ZHIVAOO"

MUM CMRISTII

•MMWUIP

VILLAGE

. RM • WALK , flMM m WOI

"PLANET OF THI APBS"

OMUTM MmiM

KIMMWtraR

g B^um fbf* Wmmk In

DBXJCTOUS FOOD —

PUTTERS • D1NNE

m» R«aaj|t

ROUT! SO-CCH»»IN CIT^

DUWK

SOMBM KMKT,

DeBclous Sandwiches and

For Lunch. Supper s

|.§te Evening Sr"

PACKAGE GOODS •

WORKING

SHOPPING I

TREAT YOURSELF TO A

LUMOIOMffll""

AT ,, ,,,

WITH

FAST "

EFFICIENT .

YOU'LL Bl BACKOM . _

HILL COURSE LU

ON TMI BOAMDWALK • OppHlM *#3

• FLmmr OF mm P/M^

NOWO

WEDNESDAY THWf

4 te MO WED. fhm SAT. "

JUNE 4, IW THI OMAN CITY SENTIN6L-LED0ER

AR0—Samuel Biugh, of 4th it. and Bay av. launchea

tpeedster from the city's Tennessee av. boat ramp.

. . .

TOR THI BEACHES—B«aeh Patroi Captain George Latterly cheeks

)jLi lifeguard stands before they are morod to the strand,

|W b refurbished annually.

-41 V-

a

It'll t!»vmottQ ol The ^^-Scoutt q* Af^

every bit «8 a« -weU to Ocean City whwe ^rtB##i

S^w»i' r Wa:^»y of We. "TheSe^mlV It iBi^

to aiffa»nt ^wple but it u&f^friM

the bu»y time of summer and aunghiwe when then

• • « ' . ' " . ' • . , ' , ' • : • : • - ^ , ^

In theae photo. Miatogmpher BiM a^B»W

^K- •'"' ••

. * -_ ^

*r»^«&- ~

FOR GOLDPBH AND GUFPBBS—Boheit WfflfafflM ind O«M»l?J*#pijfpi

clean the coBorete pond on the grouncU tit tte Oman «^-«toif

to make it ready for ite tmiy temmtt sad Jtt :*pfl» ! „,


i*achiner>, all oJ

tattler product for our readers.

and writing the news remains

dways been. The purpose of any

UK name is to provide its readers ]

wiry—wfcy—way

viators Oar

are ready to

letutlMsted lor

wfll be here to

•Xmlr) be

and estenled covena* Insurance tt

in New Jersey even

prupertit* are

» ' m -f--Tl

aJBlBUm fclVJl

•SB

. «• i-

81, Cant Gawd AraOry.

ing tte enft at Eari Srai

Ste of tte free inspectwos

OftMON

O l S r m 1H-. AREA -NEWS

"W (Jam-i* asrydnar the federal

tt m

EVtart

Act, BBder tee M n l Power

ion. The nuEf itxrtf u •

it is under

It be-

HMde, We

fine MttateU,

for FWUla

off this city,

is en the bay at

If now If our

Lawmakers

••NTMlUAMm

,iv with daily inspections given

from 10 am to 4 Dm Examination is frM

and M« at the nrap is a courtesy of the city.

Lpon o»5siDg an Auxiliary ctecal is placed

oa the'ermn,—&nior Photo.

OCHS Scienw Teachw

To Attend Institute

Show Co/or«

June 14 Is Flag Day

. . Fly Old Glory

Stan and SUrpj your

the first an, tl

Tte OjailMum OoagnaB Ml r»

raor* M k* MM «te Cbrwrna. nt*d

"tor Mtairy H«w t*» M««.

•UnMa iclaiy O* »1.60 pv hwr.

HtWMM IS BH 49,M

UOHSED Mwi HUH aalwnman.

Full dm* iXMHIan w«h activa mod-

«n ornu. C*U for Inorrio*

^nlm-rf a*0 batty. HSUWC

SITUATIONS WANTED

Janw s

>. WHj.

EMPLOYJHAff AGBNCY

rtlwc

. (If .ny).

OCEAN CITY EMPIJOYMENT AGEI*

K«,

CY. 919 WM Aw FM1.W. Kd

FEMALE BOOKKEEPtB—FuM Tim*— Cordalla Mxidoi. rnv,, dl^lS

7m round. Wr*. to BO* 32 S«n

IrnfUdMr t(

ETtHIMPU: WO«AN or «M W INSTRUCTIONS

can for diUdnn •«• 3 and 7

b. lunvnar. M, Writ* Bo. 448.

0«.(. aty, NJ. NJ0B226

.t.t. •«* LEARN TO KNIT cr*wM SfMdfic b^nnn qliiui

Yaw round-^^ ar^ Safainlay momlnix 9 30 to 12:00

rioon. Daytim* instructions, Souim

crafli, lit Aasury Av... tm-iui.

OHtLS WAIfTED POK 3 tn 5 hour,

•ark on »—iwHy rrwnisn(s. olavi-

L AH MUrvuad ^>H

MUaCAL INSTRUCTION — JACK

Louts Music Cwitsr it sffaHnB

tatstrucHoft In piano, ofgaii. cut^r,

aocoid*an, fluta, sax, trumpet, ^sfh

IM by a nan of aiunUdR, qu.li

flad taachars. Surnmar eeurass ar?

•v^latla. TJII 3992660 sr MI 2727.

i.7

PROP, SIRVICES

SALKS* SERVICE

ROOF ANTiNNAS

YirTTpW

andFM

USED TV

SETS

MOD CONDITKM

SALE

or HINT

WOK - MOMTH

SEASON

ANNAM. SCHUFF

•MMM I, IM0K1

SCHUFF

— ELECTRIC, DIC. —

710 Astaiy Avenue

DIAL 39T-IM2

HOUSEKEEPER —

prsfomd,

MM In la MM, siijd«»t« pHeM,

lK luusmrk. I H coaMna for rtd ald- TUTORING

wpla rw aMMran SIM In.

k m la iMcoma •« of ttia

mWMI REWEKVHW — I

famuy.__Q»rdan». dana PlaM«nt_ ttimmnd HIGH SCHOOL Hierony sni Eiw

tlah, also all aMmsntaq >uB-

BoT *•. JMkHHutiar, iM oSi,

J3B by qu>u«sd tujh tclumf ta.c*

City. NJ 08226 MZ26 6-4 ar. Contwt Hainlaaa BrinMii, 3f^

ose*. s-»*

MALE HELP WANTED'

WHt AM,

CKPtHIENCED

MAN WA

NIQHT AUDITOR FOR Si unK I

LMtNMHM

nun. st.

HELP WANTED

MaleMoldki?

Machine Operator

naattotl tar

M*f>*tMMr

Female Assemblm

htMBiMlinHM, paW

trolldays and vaeaflMi.

Apply In person

BUFFALO

mmnmm

SITUATIONS

•«. Junal^AvaMAIa IW «5EK*

jntarmaw. PJS. stsx M, Oo«o clty^

^ l S B B S « | B S ) M

expaiEHCEo s

SHORTHAND and

CHILD CARE

BESCOHSISLE WOMAN WILL DO

baby tining In my ham*. 1 Mask

from bwch- Call aftar i p.m. 3P9^

0070. S-7

BaHwaai I

•onrfy magau tutorina »«.

sir 1M CarBlif« '"^^

SUMMER

and 3

Bon Ml wr hsnw. J. 6M

522 3066. Untlnid

anmUnnnt. t-7

PERSONALS

braadf%e. '/Usury Cola tuts, ««

AsBury A«,

f *•'•

SATE M« PAMONOS —_»"»«,«

your own stems, •ny sfi", li.w

a Grat, «lio hiv. »orn» for .fit-

* " MOM. WIIIIM S, H^ft

' SMSPP1,

'613-9SZ-2BSZ. 7-

CAU US TODAY

tUCTRtCrWAT

WWUI HOM1

Eedriclam

CAU 344-21f2 RT. 134

MMMW

An BniMl Opportune

APPUAHCE

REPAIRS

COMPLBTB rAirn Mf

RIPMal MRVICI

mmm

CALL US JtftST

n.'ST.'V.VSI.

Schutf Electric, be.

no Asbury Avanua

Dial 3W-1Z1I

FUmiTWC RESTORED — Imdl

I1III. flWfs, MnMipM

ALIMMNUM STOKM

WINDOW GLASS

& SCREEN REPAIRS

•JHNIHS SHOP Mil's

IM wm AVUMI

DIAL MMM

HEM'S Md WOMEN'S ALTCBATWIt

ryMINMrtwi, 1410 ear«nl «* »

BUSINESS

AIR CONDinONMi

ffintlGERATMM

BULB

STAN KtOBT

7t> ASBURV AVUWB

399-W03

II No AMW Call MM«n

REUPHOLSTERING

DRAPERIES

SUP COVIRS

Decorating SMVI'M

PLATTS, IMC.

PHONE

PfiOfESSIOHAl

CARmaEAHIMG

WVTIOH*

IN PLANT

MBUMBICB

FOR CARPETRBPAIR

WMtnwn In t*» ArM.

SERG1NO-BINDING

WILSON * MIYIR

RENTALS

•VKCflWSHOP

•M Awty Av«.

Dial 399-0091

,CATS*ffni

» Bas*. iSHC ,

pjMa. SIM «Ht (IMkW B

t*J Call sa74«« Wtar » Baa

MATS NMI SALS

^gjJ_y^7iSiiS

Eamnads iS'tt.P. assaw

coBtnts. II M.P

dnTtm^jni 1 I^F0VDTf flVCPIP f^BHB^PBVi

•II csntrsll- E«»llsnt condillsn

18' SHELCRAFr

With 40 HI*

E1EGTB1C START

JOHNSON MOTOR

ItkcrgtsM tMttotn••«

deck. Anchor, line and

many extras included.

Excellent family boat

for fishing and skiing.

*595.00.

Dial 399-3046

•r a»BB is«ist

Ocean CKy Marina

61* FIMMHU* Avenue

AUTOS FM SALE

MOMTEOO

75 HP

Com

11350

399tf

IT^NEW * UWB

MMNtt

UOTOM. INC,

n & H»cury MM-

PM, MM1M I 1*. BHW

H • • Millr, vftlt'

•Mas. UM ntw. PK

Win. 'SsMUD "f

W_W I

smdMsn, i

WANTED

FUWITUM, anMau*

Buy BP '

anyKjnasr i

FOR SALl

•gfU! 1

ar"»I

AWTIQUCS—• taaj *ap 1—f

ian mrnor. MM «a*T*H

•ICTCUi* K

•isa Bartormance irt

X. ifalteTB was eM» '

degree Uack beK, &'

sUjja|Da«nr/eat since he had beW

culii^uUtoc for only el

Walters is coacfaed by Takahiito

fhtkawa, ot Japan, twice woiU

dbarnpton. He Is the btottier of

Rlchatd Walten, Natiooal and Pan-

i'a iasbammi at AflWBc

Comrnunity Collet^, whoe hi is iqa?

Jorirjg in elemrMtny tdwBrjati

I Wif h

J

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• . -•' : '-jii~' M '' • rtfi =J hi ».—„•,#-•— Ti- — t -r "• ^gB ii i • ' ^^i^^H

Mbr* than 300 foreign and <

I sports cars arc expected to

Ocean Uty y Mporti C»r C»lrtqeotf^lfcoWphla.

Temple, tmM, who win MD be be of-lv^cKj,. . nsoaoRd by the CSty •

Cite High School and Mainland R*- During the

glonal High School aeMors wffl be nsB work -

Sunday, June S, wlni Ocean OVi PM W»

»* ' « ^

todtTSS «»* U, at I

oefc* Www itawD*» BuNMl

~ol safl concrete

WWM

=*?-)

w-¥f ••=>-'

sx«^

Ik

II

if to 'fc.

1 * -.

' ^ti


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E^S a way to o* «».d, "Who',

your tintom taJloft" Whan yey

don'tha«a on.. If. At TroplTpn*

, Our way with quality win

Easy docs it, every step of the way, when

FLORSHEIM you unjoy the results of Florsheim Pius

Comfort—a buoyant cushion of airy

TU TREATS

• yet Ma>r wast I»M*M na COMFORT

f0Bm from hm\ toe plus special arch

support. Another plus: trim, up to data

styling keeps the secret, and your stylel

Mb*JfeMMn ttyta %\g» m $27»/HaM Imperial tyUM 137%

llrW« Most Colorful Dads

*'^r- if I*

Sainsomttf

The Great Gift

For Dad

nun* MT, M in

Signat Attache

SATZJUN

^Two-Suiter

nnMMthiMt,

flipped with two

M m «* PtoQt (War.

lor wrinkle frM

Hilhouctie

Carry-On

1-Suiter

jssas

Wanted T curt> alter

roalnsW laid «

to all assessed

He claimed further that the cost

of laterals from the sewer mains

to individual houses was regarded

as part of the total oat though

this charge was not permitted by the

praMIng municipal ordinances a» a

State law requires. \

He contested the claim made by

DuBo4s that the charge was netuaUy

m the MOO.OM wtden w to

be paid for by the sewer company.

It hat been DuBoU' rontentlon

that the entire optrattoD WM approved

in advance by the State

Board of Local Government and

Out It Is entirely legal and proper.

FATHERS DAY

CARDS and GIFTS

GIFT SHOP

im »T. * MIUIMD

FMK EASY MMCHM • MMK4

WATCH FOR OUR SIDBWAUC

SALB7SATUWPAY, JUNK Wi

Welcome Shriners!

Hope you have a "Lu Lu"

a Timm!

HUGHES

ft»«K: BULIVf RY--DUM,

H* rarimt tte Ufc

nof «u (**• m — .

to Ocean CMy la MB. Me *aa*1

BMnnte jOBtto la "ffc ,. .

Me aflnsed on how

in always woddng, y

home and you wilt Bud «n»

oujdoora in Ma gartUn or In Wi

ace with a hmnmer aad • aaw.

love tor woirt la ft gitat toidtt

Rav. Allen said,

me apeakcr 9m nJwtMl to om

dllto^W b

tyrant That whkh nttovatt*

IS WIIDOSIIBBM* Xt SJHfl

'he mm.

"tin bMt word of the aWn, wttr

ness. Is explained in the {Ow|nf»

tnqldtft to |J0 pctsdUaiily v tmWwPait^

Our UentoMtt CQvern>r lau.daM

that, and hu become hrvtrfntd m

Klwanls and his church." the apeaksaid.

"today is a sober and somber day

m American history. BussUns are

predicting; that the led flag

will fly hi United States. We are ta

trouble. Our militaiy attain an to

diaamy. Our fiscal polldea are In

dtcarray, and ao aie 1

probtens," be stated.

"We have moved Into a

period, and some think our

are on the outside," the

said. Be feel* they on on the tackle.

"We are told we are a atck society.

We are not a sick society, but

slnnil society, and the boor ot

judgement is near.

"The Hdvatfen of our nation K tor

the KlwanU Clubs. Ronuy dabs ant,

the dHzenery to turn back to God."

be said.

"Our Lieutenant Governor has tfv-

f-s >

f

Mad About Dad?

Say so with a ,

Fathert Day

Gift

KA8AT MEN'S SHOP

RABAT MEN'S SHOP te the long-tltoe

In making Ufe with father more pleasant . .. by

pleasing father with the fine tailoring and araafi

styling to appreciate*. Stop in soon ana pick nii

youriDad-pleaMng gift.

HATHAWAY VAN MKUtSN

CHfel

inuMMM

CATALINA

M, runua a, ION «OTAHT ~§W

Ml

710 ASMJUY AVCHUft

• OPEN FBJDA.Y ta MMm&

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BAKERY

Did 399-1939

fro« J 3.00

MI » w. im *,

at the Ute Mr. and

Mr*. Walter AlB—inlruH.

Mil Vamp ta a W5 ndW

of OM nr KM School, aai it

Mr. AUvnndroAi 1. • 1964 ptj.

y

dKpMa ud -a 1M crafcMt* of a*

i CU He Ml nter VUtanwm

Lnw 3*ad to OwtmUnr,

No date h» bsm s«t tor th« iwdt

Graduation

U, with ceremonies to Mart at I

p.m- on the MMg PMr.

W«iM*«ay, Juro js, will be the

4M te MB •torwW.ry •bOsii f

Io Mainland Hegiona) Hi«h s£S

auditorium, and Unwood will graduate

«» eighth grader* at 8:15 p.m.

in Belhavcn »v. Schdoi aydUtrtV-

Romdhm o»t the wet on Wadnw

dtjr, Juw II, Ki'MyitHln

, cwwnonia. te MMnianl Regional

. M« StM Ow* nf UN » bt Md

.on the achool stMettc Wtt6p.m.

JEFFRIES'

ARKE

NUW MMT

PMM JIKffY

LfTTl)a2W$.

raepi VEOITABLIS

; Onff a f-Mlfluto j

Drive ftwn Ocean City

••!• J+tlntn Form j

ustras

MAP AS

A6UW1

W8TAUATK>N~Mr*. John Sadownlk, Club, at tin* tostaDstlon Monday evening. At

MM the president'* gavel to Mrs. Rlctiani d*nt-—Senior Pboto.

_•_•!•.„»_.. —^.^n* of the Colony

PARflClPAHTO. n

to the^lnstallation of

• cl|b wmn o. to r-)

; Mainland Coming Events

*****¥•• l'*ifl)l Sotnm Prtni Senior QUn meei-

*m, Memorial Hwpltal Nona ing, U:U a.m., in Grace Idwn

AwndaBgn SUwf

Important than folk , , . give u< a fry. ;•'

Wfcy net atmm In and browse In South Jmnmy'i «!©•» IftW^^l

tumtturm Man. We'd love to have you vitit vt. #

• • v ':. ... ; ••. ••• • - 1

• • ' • ' • • j _ % r . • - . • • ' " • • • " • • • • • " • ' * • > • • • • • • • - • : ' * %

••••-•:• . •'•' COLOMIAL • • J ^ | ^ : S

6W HEW ROAD "

OM" Oolly •«! 9; Sfllw^oy W 6; $«odoy 13 te 4 •' ^'Sil

OMIGA

tHOMAS JEWELERS

B5 A«bt»ry Av«no«

••wArriv

Three f»tnii|p, ^ tw^ tn,a ^fi

» Ifall, id. M. and Bn» W. lte»

ia, Phitadel^na Gn>du«ton Ovle mtt Q*l *» h« at K^M wlU«. ,

tlai HaU fw the tar^it i*^^ SUNMYctaM

in Ihe rtiool'i TB-ytar bWoiy. Q,^ Gw ,„& gdbti&


,-£,.

: l§^ W

'«,•"'

vk

l >

Iprin-

tiptl; Charles BrinrtHirst, class vice president,

Mrs. Anna Cambam Bonrtli, class

treasurer; John Carry, coach; and Harry

Gerhard, ciasc president—Senior photo.

"•• i""~"^^»«ssl

,*>>^' ,',•'

*••*** f aaaPiRaaaaaaf " ' V^*

J * ^ V

cerenKifues held Tuesday at Harris Inn.

MTR. Edward Ffeher at left is outgoing BMsi-

Lttw- dent—Grainger Photo.

: in Harry, fiax

treasuim. and M

a Mrs. Edwin KncW,

n_ -nac

fiiffoS

••*••»».

badley

or JU-

Tan may 1

auuwiia am m

kw of

light »

inevttahte

! dnnt_aHow far

value. But It

sstoof vitani

•nk. And the Mis' gn-en lea-res are

£tMs£ in tost valyt*

Lettuce cttn add odor, flavor, and

torture to stab you prepare and

dean. Thai wrap to plastic tags lor

tlwir coming oyt in the fcw

It ymt have juliito and r^M'i^t* STORK WIN! MML dQTttBS

« your walls, reamnee them, or

AVM OBE iuum is His

Oothint: that'a repaired, clamed.

UTthesum-

ether. This will mate you H*'w M1I¥S (^te ^

jwiVe done more redecorating than ing new BUI and winter. Mend and

• the doming younelf If you're

them wim me Meat | or papier

All Mrmid the IMl,

keep hi step

witt the BMWand make yonr

Tin«N

is IssattaE oaji :

YM Nm 0 BOAnOAO of

MhRl Tt« MY

OMAN crrv. N, J,

fcsfc

Om ha* tairty

! of gad noaWy

SS CM9) 3994200

!•••

YOOXL OUTSHINE THI SUN IN TMISE

SMASHING SWIM SUITS!

DCS WHITE

DOrfMAJ.5

1CTH* I

WILSON

of PERSONAL APPOINTMENTS

A«£H4U lOMMRBf •» now jHmirf to

atiiMiiim an additional t*vk*, for fh«

PHONf 3W-7245 FOR APPOINTMENT

IDEAL MMffi SHOP

FXATURJNG. ROFFLJER SCULPTURE Hff TBCHNHJUIC ,

410 *TM STREET ' OCIAN .OlY. N. J,

wise to take put hems of wool

Mm, coats, and drwaes. You may

ate not to mow tint and loose

IIMTSMSl BESSe BSfflai |p {Be 1115^.

cleaner Moths aren't attracted to

den dolhes as they am to soiled

In the tan. mark hems of garment*

add am with a complete

preaatng. yaw family* garments wiU

be rmtj to wear.

homes

one inch

thick

A CLASStPttO AD

•MNM ftMULYI

Welcome

The Sweet

M4 ATLANTIC

HAND DIPPED

L. MAS ENGLISH, Prop.

PAINT

PHONE 345-11

FOR FREE. PAST

IN OCEAN CITY and

NOT IKCOMtXNI

THiBO QUALITY,

•UT OUAHANTIID WlmWT QUALITY PAINT

- 100% ACRYLIC-LATEX

XTRA OLD HOUSE PAINT

In ••

LINSEED OIL TYPE $5.77 Oal

TRILLING PAINT COMPA

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ft. a

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v -"a11Ik

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Itottmm Qnah In

Oxatfy, K.Y. Adfl 6,

tY SPECIAL

— an* 30 —

Sanwrs

Point

K. iuor Store

M •OWTM JMMT

or 6422

: stus m II P.M.

CONEY'S

iSSLM

-"irV I

-^thm«h I am doing m alrewtyT

I wiU he lourteen In January aw)

lh»t» IM long. I don't have anythli^

antiM courting and 1 thil* tt to a

nketfilna ID do. AH my (sadism my

we «boukl court wlmt wns are mattire

enough and I am, Om


i and of

eKpendiijttt$si

more than a

Of the State of

for Sto/e Offenses

and all

guaranteed by the

limited to Fedd

too*

cowl* n°t how Jury WWg-

i carry fines

At Los

f.Xeu-

AttBDipts were

feats Theodore

lf When f^mk*

_| ErotMest-eleet as aaaaafegt

mlsasd and kitted the

-•hooting last Wednesday

Johnson ordered the

tae Federal Bureau of

protection for the

Who are ofiering them-

presidentiat canddates

Americans cannot be

dfeJiMr unless

contact and are

' guards 24 hours a day.

When ,, •

i In

and

UjbraHJ

E5_ .„_,,__ ___.

perform some other outrageous act of T

This just isnt trow. Ezpenditum for improving?

big city ghettoes are needed. Some

additional facility are needed in State institaitions

anf foJIgi^Dvl the Uugffe*, of New

Jersey jq

programs n «ne and ratt same 1 :

monsensa,

Wh# **$ it profit the State of New Jersey

if all U)M plans arc-- ffnplemented and the

State and $1 people. aj« bankrupt?

defendant t» •

stem Ironi

. .. »* ... 7*

"trtie St*te of]

Some legal

of judges cftrj

case

orities,

more

than if He SI

in

"twelve

SUte

the

ace emitted to

peers.

triderable

Court optolater

the - mereo w •c

-Ledger

, M. J. I

utility to the city it Um commlindniiers

wanted to build a •qiith^end sewer

system.

The lara^t Class in the hlrtory tt

Ocean City High School

porters have been Mfetfd Witt the

hope that Richard Ntam can be

Btopped by a RockefrUer^Reagan ef.

tort and ttat afisr Nunm is stopped

Reagan would be interested in the

numbs-two spot on1a natkml ticket

It to a long. knB«tt faspa.

To DBEB with, Gunruut Ndson

RoctofcUer has long sdwl |pr exact

oppoattes in pbilonphy and eovtrnmmt

Oat Govtmjr Ronald Reaaan

perKMjifies. In Ue second plan,

Reagan really isn't interested in

Koal place.

Governor Rockefeller has bean

very careful with his wads concerning

a theoretical RaekefeUer.

Reagan alignment He has recently

hinted invitalkms and obviously left

the door ajar far the CaUfornum.

But the fact remains that the two

men are dUmMridaUy opposed, fund>

amentally. And neither could poasibh/

(iMuige, even II he desired, between

now ud August*

Reagan comes closer to being tte

Goldwater of US than any Mner

Garden State.

TRENTON—Preporati tor the

aitout war agaiqtt crime In New

Jersey are slowly bufldiDK up m the

Legislative hails,

BUto to owe « new State De.

futtnent of Criminal Justice advocated

by Republicans who control

the Legislature have been introduced

in bath houses. The measure

carries gut a major ptasM in last

year's Republican pbtfcvm which

critldsed 'ineffectlvenes. of the

Democrat administration in combatting

the spirmling crime rate." The

propoMd new department would bo

«W*J OB the UJ. Depsrtment at

Justice,

The proposed new department

would absorb all elements of to*

Artsrney General's PepartmerM of

Law and Public Safety dealing with

crirpinal Justice, induiUr^ the State

Police. It would have exdnfre JUFisdlctJon

over county pcasecntm

and Include a Division of Local Police

Services: a Qryisjnn of Youtti;

A pivUion of Narcotic AdBctlon

Confro); a Division of HehahilHatiiB

and sbort term' penal l|atibklonB,

suck as county worfctnosc*. tt carriaa

an anpoaaiatiaa at 8 mnu,^

The rwirn AmtmuUy has already

passed three hill, (haling with

criminal justloe q» would create

a 4epprtntent of c^mtoalJaWce at

**-'—- University and aujnaaiate

for its ccat with a ytoar

., T MrenBtheninE the academic

aid* of polloe tralnl^.

A pecond bill WDUU create

nine-member Crtpunal Law EevMon

Copmjiaiioo to staay die Srat?s

«rtin4»l laws ft W &

000 fnr the tnak. Iba I allows

npym^nls to meet certain „_

to be released in their o*n rwflgnbance,

rather than belnc iwauntd

to aoat «au. ;:

i *• •*•••• {vovidtnt te 100 more State troop-

candidate, even more then Nlxoo

who ass Goldwater's support. Rockefeller

refused to help Goldwater in

1361 Ibe answer to pressure in recent

weeks tor tlu» marriage of con-

venience U that many think it's the

last remaining host to block the

nomination of Nixon.

But even as a last chance it is

a remote one. As favorite tons,

though, the Governors at.the, ,«W

largest states in the natiw VitkJ

considerable inflitence and command

a number of delegate votes. If they

could genuinely and enthtaiissricslly

unite, and their foUnms behind

them, it would unquestionably be a

powerful blocking forts.

Alt the word from sources dose

to Reagan is that 1MB will not be.

Reagan will come to Miami as a

dark horse, and U lightning strikes

may emerge the nominee. Much will

depend upon the times, the Vietnam

negotiations in Paris, and OH mood

of the country. While the Canton*,

ian won't make any public announcement

taMng hmweU out of

possible combinations or political

era. It

of the

would implement another

of the crime

DJSURAICT _ B» Ltgidature is

oontjdering: a bill requiring Insurance

comjmnies to provide Ore and

mended coverage insurance to

properties looted in riot areas and

•keg the seashore where periodic

•Mms create damage'.

Under a bin wfclch baa received

Senate approval. Insurance outers

win be required to provide buance

regardlew oC locatlax They will

also be barred bora "•-"fliry po.

mm men* immmm bolder, are tocatad

in bad-ttsk TT«

The bill calls fur the creation of

a Fire and Extended Qmn# Insurance

Underwriting AMJctatko

oooatotlng of all insums autborbn]

to write policies In N«w Jersey.

The members win share policies,

nroQU and losses.

During debate in the Senate, Senator*

were toW tntt peopje cam-*

remain in bu*ia«a without ^WTTIrand

If arbttraiy canwftluions and r»tisal

to lasue policies Aoold gv t»

diectod "the deafh of our does la

Just a matter of dme."

Ij RtiglHan

Know Your

Lawmakers

known aa The Cap

before that a« "

were tdfb

ajhtoqed^gave

k'

0*9

suit,

• savwaa. w^sauiUVU lU UfUSt^ ll| 1

this ia preliminary to annour

own choice, is soft pedalUne

number. Jiut aa the bank gave

several years ago, so now It hm

All Its depoitors are being senti

which are printed the depositor**"i

margin of the slip, the de«

inconspicuously as possible

name is included. But a de

checks for deposit by the nutnbr

individual who signed the chock. ]

numbers for years and yean,

constitutes no overt suggestion

customers just call it bylta nu

Uon is clear, If a number is j

banto—the Chase-Manhattan or

NaUoaal Bank of Tuckahoe, a m

for Tht Cape May County Na,

anply f«r credit and the fycm .„

wbom wa leavo our meaeer funSI

loud and clear - with flw «ood rj

with whom.

w

DEAD POSSUM —The people

alliances, since thl* would. In Meet,

be a boost to NbuB's finHaukt

hopes, nevertheless a Rockefeller alliance

Is hlglity aiHMy

In the Nixon camp, meanwhile,

there art report* Michigan Governnor

George BsnusQr la available for

ssdnd pliMy on a tidojt wlUa tfc©

iSHB^ *•££ fTEBa^BE, 4I|H€ |S at-

,m> Trt"ilftfrm about a boat at other

DanEveansoi

djunte Kirk of

setts Senator Edward Brooke and

IJIM' !•

As Is often ttja ease with a nrosdtim

he bu has pnnM prorniso or discWaal

the • Vice ~ Presidency ~ * with wUfc.ik a Amen dostn

"entiHet" Iin

hts bid tar

!

Ledger discovered a very dead

near the newspaper's engine

moming. Dead possums, like an

not only disagreeable to look at I

tain sanitary problems. So, as we I

people do under similar rircumstiL

Police Department. The officer on i

dead possum complaint very CM '

would call a man in the Departu

who is in charge of such matters, i

the policeman called back and t"'

paper's clerks the Department

longer disposes of dead animals. 1

the duty of the municipal doged

rowfully, it seemed to the young I ,,

locate the dogcatcher. He gave thai

catcher's phone number In case d

Nothing much more happened for I

that time the possum clearly reqq|

terment So we telephoned Mayorj

Mayor Sharp was gracious about t

ranged with Deputy Director of

Scott Burman to nave a man from 1

take the dead possum awav. hi •

man in a small Public Works

rived. The possum was remo

Mayor's office to tall him the

on behalf-of the entire Sentim

we extended our thanks for the i

that setting dead animals ren

here is subject to all kinds of 1

killed on the street it is up to I

If an animal is dead on the str

cause, then removing it become!

dogcatcher. Finally. If nobody canj

catcher it becomes the duty of tbar

partmeqt Since hauling awaj "

unlovely way to earn a Hvmg

thusiastic about getting into the actj

with Mayor Sharp on a daily bajto^

personal friend we imposed on

gest that the commissioners hojjl

and establish firm responsibility «*

animal disposal Dead animals,JUftJ

cannot be allowed to lie arw|fjd_

longer because of inter-dep

out of the iob. Incidentallj,

Mayor he sometimes does thejool

can't find airybody in his detM

GOVERKdtt RICHARD J.

JJUGHEl •?>«* State Housa, Trastn.

9TATR SENATOR K0pE|tT E.

KAY» m X WUdwood inZ Wildwood,

i&., tarn. M

LYMAN JAsffiS 8V CAF1-

ERO, 33m New Jersey fo WOd-

MQRp ON STOEBURNS

cussion the other morniig witr

Eugene ifefman. We showed M

sprouted sidebHrns and ^P 1 * 1

we pUmM Into Ws barbers cha

cotnbtlthssnt he wauWn't try tf

Herman stifdied our sideburns

distinct impression that be didn

Mr. Ifennan may be a master

rmit him te paw on the a

atmats

to spare them when v

next day or to.

W?l£o^s:WdaSinStaofi

(us ptoteaalou. * Wtff 1 "**,

only cut hair ar^atav^

cat oberandns and

was i

thbeous

or so

to

a tfit* which e

wf ware under «n -~^^ ,

coit of i haircut if barber. 1

THE OCEAN CITY SENTINEL-LEDGER,

STRONG CHURCHES

, OF UOOP eo'JMfit milRNACLI MPTIIT

Rev, George R, Pnpert.

[Hi it, ana wast •>,

8:45 p.m.—Reeojmllton of thise re-


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A YEAR!

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Y**tt>F«ttowttiipl

O«*r pnetke

Wm. tHBM CMW WHY UPTtfT

"* UHe OM-, Sr. I OHM* art mar* Mlk, Mn

11 *m ttwiiiliu. MM),

1 I J>JIL—Cbnrch 'J*e«y Bowline

I MHn'kWi

7-30 pjB.—MMwwk Prayer service

' 830 p-QL—Ladie* Chorus practice I

inOtAHM METHODIST

10 im.—Sunday School

11:15 a.m_-MorninK WonUp

730 p.m.—Methodimt Youth FBUOW-

I pjn.—Senior Choir practice

• • *

niHI MHTI1M HMtt

Meeting tar divine worship each

First Day morning at 11 o'clock.

Mahkm Bj». DU1 WMtm.

11 mL ljjinlrn Servk*

T FJ*—WCTU. FttMUp HalL

7:» [i in Wi i Society vt\

OOfML OMPSI.

•:•> tJL-Oonamaikn Servioe

11 »JB—Faaib/ HUa Mn

1030 s-m^awrob School

A tun—Chair

ttylith Stationery

AM «Hr rJMr swMjeMflB M l*tt«r

W' '¥•»• '• iii-M

' CONFIRMANDS—The SMFHMnt erf Confirmation wu

conferred on a class of young people In St. John's Lutheran

Church Sunday. Pictured here at connrmands and their

Gr»ing«r Photo.

U «,m,—Worship tefvio

Trintty Church S«ta

Vocation BibU School

10 am,—Fellowship Breakfast and MARMORA — Daily Vacation H-

Bev, Franklin T. fcrt. BIS.

Miaitlve •tentary of me Meth^

odist Board of Mlssians, will be

guest speaker at Central Ocean

CiV Union Chape], aid M, and

CenosI av., at the morntag »»,

ship Sunday at 11 a.m.

Ara« Students Among

GifMsfaora Graduates

The larsest graduating dan la

the m^rnt tWory of Gla^wro

State Cblleai! rocetved Ajflictg Tm»

day at the anomJ omnMncaiient

exerdSM. '

Local students gradtatii« were

Stan P. Dn,Jd 201 Wealey mr.f

Marian M 1!. , M nora; Matt

A. W. ,.uii3 T3.J Wesiey av.; and

Stcphm ¥. \ m r. 6 S..met*et la.,

all majoring ini T •^l E3ementary

OnrrtouJmii-. NpiQ B_te. o( 434

Atlantic av.. Health *ai Fhyatcal

Education Cuniculum: Bt*nt 3.

Loughran, &» Me City. MAI

Sdence Curriculum: Saaira Gall»ghar.

91 Weatar mr., Maiy Ann R.

Kline, HD E. l«h tt.. and Sandra

M. McAfee. MO West «v. Underimrten-Frlmary

Currtculum: and Ed

«MKl C Wlanwr, 1SU OBHtf av..

Art Educabon.

«M MB

ptain or decorated. Mn »1.00:

Map,

Monday, June 17 to Friday, June 28.

Claaaw will begin at S ajn. and

conclude at 11:30 a.n. There will

be elasaes for young teena down

through nuraery dan toe three and

four-year-olds. A cloring program

will be held on the last day, at 7

p.m.

Teacher* for Ml year's school

an* u follow*: nurseiy department.

. department Mr*.

Collen Fanrier and Mr*. Joan

Haines; primary department, Bin.

Rachael Clarke. Mr*. Charla Lea,

Miss Bertha Webb. Reverewi and

Mn. Brace Phillip*; junior department.

Mrs. Bertha Held and Mr*.

Judy McKlni; young teen department,

Mrs, Ruth Webb and Mn.

M M u tasd irmmaer far the

school will be Mrs. Dorothy Hickman.

Announcement of the Vacation

Bible School hu ben made by Reverend

Bruce Ftilllipii, pastor of the

•«• MMHMM M

Wu Mumaum

Jams A, AM, ft. Late «MM,

ttMkr 4 OMaHaa Ednoatkn, will

act u MMB of oeftnirofcs and

•ong bate 1 .

The gust afaakgr wiU be Mr.

Arrf, 9. M^UUM. m Dewn, Pa,

Arch M^rillan served two temu

Intumflonnl. He hu tnvelcd In

m 50 Xaten «nd nan than ii

MmMM Awl in the interest at

Chrimt an) HU Church. Aw* Mo

Qullkcn HIM as an Elder In flit

Devon United Preatr/taHan Churcfa

and bum Uught adult* and boa for

more Uum 25 yean. Until hl» meet*

retirement he Mrved as an executive

in one ol America's largest li>

surance corporaUoM.

The Flr»t Presbyterian Church

will conduct a two-wecfe Dally Vacation

BiNe School, Mond*y, June 17,

through Frtday, June 38. 9:30 a,m.

to noon, tor four-year-old* thnx«ti

teen*. A Staff •««; aiu be elected.

; t :; • i< thi Awpctottoo

Proin>tion Monday

A« Wmhip School

IIARMORA ._, Fnmtiin ^ ^

— •• for Upper Township Elek*ool

im be held on Monday

(1AM 10) M • P m 111 8 P"

grani ffc* be "ffi Atad Worid".

The iSghth grsdent are hard at

work V their prepBratioo ot a m »

ingfuT fcteram as a fitting concluslm

In their educatiooal experiencea

while at u Ppe r Township Elementary

SflEaoL

p Oorety and Alan Coraon.

"grade teechere. are eodtoeei.

on ot the program, and Mrs. LoU

Llkeq^'ls CDoidinating the program,

MM' wOl doee on Wednesday,

1mm la at | p-m. There will alas

be an M fll«Bilawl


ttt

'WW

. Wynne

•Ml a»*ac«K Draw

tttfvtssrfAr of

iteworsitt ito-

fV,-.

tjrttMtt?

I* are omu L

ibd Donna Brewster.-

ne Service

On Sunday

«,

fMM tcttfod many bmn anch *»

"Mau-of «* Tar ID B*U«kai" fMm

#*- Ownber o| Commerce; hu

fatan dmtaln of tfte Shria -temple

•Sipe 1WR to grand chaplain of

ttMutary to PrnftytMtaa and aim

1# a Member of PW Alpha Tnett-Na

pa#i Hamiy WMtnty FcatemBy.

He hu traveled extenrivety In

Enrope and the Middle East, vWted

Btaaaa under "People to People",

has tsared Alaska, Central and

South America, and been on a Sbafr

Tour to Arab Refugee camps aid

land. He alao wait to England on

a preaching mission.

Hie pubic to welcome art Ursad

Jota in this worship

fbeedar Tabernacle Sun

tota wm; begin on Sunday, Jmt -16.

at » and 11 ajn. under (be' di-

NCtiOt) of Wiffiam G. fcutt, president.

Dr. aBmer G. ffctmighaoaen, dean.

IMimehiu Tneaiogfcal Seminary, wlU

be tte Initial speaker.

awd services oelqtaaUng the 75th

Af Bethany Methodist Church in

Summmr ClaaMs Opon

In Township On July 1

MARMORA - July 1 will be the

flr«t day of rlmrg for the summer

a^ssl-.sjsi tte inridio^M ppugjanl

betas held at Upper TAjwnsMp J3ementary

School Ola year, Ine classes

will be held every weekday bom

$ a-m. to Ilia ajn, and will continue

until AugiBt 13. July 4 and 5

win be ho«day»; rtgular attendance

to ejected ftlf ttie ^snalndeF of tte

Bua transportaUon will be

The sraimet achool pragram if

cotb^y paid fct under TlUe I «|

flte Etentntaiy and Secondary Bdneatkn

Act of 1S85. Ihe chlldnm will

participate In mutlc, art. and «

and phyaical education bertde* t*concentrated

bMp In read-

CWldren in grades three through

eight may participate In tte mien.

_ . AcMflei wUl fadiide

Wfekoriadenee.

language arts, math-

iMsttk arts and crafts, music and

tt

533

African Bishop

To Preach Here

One of the lew native African to

be consecrated a Bishop in the Anglican

Communion will be guest

preacher at Holy Trinity EpHcopal

Church, Utt rt, and Central av,,

Sjnday at the 10 am. service. He

is tte Right Rev, John Benjamin

Arthur, bi*hop of the Diocese ol Ku

raasi. Gbam, West Africa.

Bkahop Arthur fe currently en a

ptThlng ana ipaalflni tpur of the

tMwr Stati apuwred by tte

American Church Union. JOa |nt«t

aria include a close look at the United

Stain 1 racial situation and acquaintance

with the work of the Episcopal

Church in this country.

The occasion is the celebration of

THnitjF Sunday, patron feast day far

Holy Trinity Parish. In honor of the

day a Qua] Eucharist will be celebrated

by tte Rev. Charles L. Wood,

Rector, Combined chain under tte

direction of Joseph Uppineott wlU

furnish music and Mrs, William Ebensperger

will be organist

Assisting at the Eucharist wUl be

Stephen Wianer. licensed lay roder

of the pariah and * PostulBJit tor

Holy OnJcrs. Wlsner was graduated

bom Classboro State Coliegp this

week and is scheduled to enter a

three-year seminary study course at

PhUadelphlt Divinity School in September.

PLASTIC MR JOINTS

noted British surgeon

hai made a plastic anger joint to

FT* LN1S MAT IXOMMOH

replace ft stiffened arthritic Joint

and Mrs. Florence Hudson is aWe to

MAHMCBA - A Parert-Te^cher Move her finger tor tte first time in

AaMdatkn activity to the end of30

years. Further resean* for use of

•£• year at a boat excursion. TM« la pU*Uc joints fe underway.

for Fttoay,

A pretty giri can get by with mur-

Mr*. Wlfflam Halm at sWWBO. der, and often does.

— OPEN ALL YEAB —

in im man

Nm* Meeting Group IUIKIMHMM

and IVU


«*rf to Cardiff Wednesday &mevettst

twy of Us CMCEA and club tr*uurer.

DIM Dr. Chart** B. Pterce, superintendent of

Ocean pity schools.—Grainger Photo.

Visitor Origin Survey

To Be Made By County

a-Matta» Uan Oorpoml Nicbolas

H. TUnwr, Id, m of Dr. and Mrs.

ItOttlH WOXtPOOD—Plans motes year-round traffic

Uatte W, Turow of J6 BuynL, Ocean

acenfa; route alow the «.,„„ Of?., —,-. It _ b^tai —_— to to provide mobUe mbile

Route on the Atlantic Ooaat between •Wtft Ml to the Fh« Marine DhrWsn

New York and Florida.

in VMnam.

— by Lotna A. Rodla, ,-^_ In knnoundrjg the survey. Rodla He hi prwenUy aervin^ with the

ant director of the Cape May -Cow

•all »h»-County Dejmrtroart

tg PnhBe AfMra Department, unf

D^mrtroart of ' si IIII il iliji . nl J- . . ,

tion iron Cape May County will the he Vietnamese Vletntiwe peoi»e paont» gcMng into ,

H»ddoofield High oloey as an extra in sckoce we

of threw the bottles into the ocean and

we received three lettera saybaj ttat

the bottles had been found.

In social studies we did

thins dUfrrent. The class was

lo half and each half took a provtoce

fn Canada. One aMe tbgk

Quebec and the other side took Ontario.

When each side was done they

told the other (Ide about their province

In math we are learning ahjMt

repeating decimals and nlmo how to

diviae decimals trading into a Mridy

4* percent. ^ ^

DANIEL'S

COCKTAIL BAR

RESTAURANT

SHOIItJMMO

BOOMS

*lt» HAKLEQUIH ROOM^Th. KOYA|. DHN

God ha. abased trft

and pnmpnHy. W«

!««•• our own unlqoe creaUvw-

Betty Ann Renog

I were held

laat we* lor

vMona of RMpsv Uqivenrlty «nd yes.

tentoy mondDB tcr sntckuta of Dou-

•Mai College.

LocaJ ahjdenbi who were

t* lV«jllllM BKt

aaoiaw Bahj. Btofce MMIW,

- at anl Artury av, .

AniiB Bay Bomrth, of Ocean View,

a bachelor ol arts degree from Da,,

gtaffl.

Carmela L. OnquinB, rd 1M W.

Joluw av,, Saraen FUM,, a doctor

of phUMBiAy,

Betty Ann Henog. ol 541-D Bay

Graduates

av., Some Point, * bacbeka- of

John A. MoManmaty, of S Havertord

hi., Sonan Py^nt. • bachalor

of aitt Ann IMKendty CUktc. See.

WalWf ft WUKM, of O Haddon rf,,

IpDiaw Point, a master at sydal

ICRAB TRAP

^ | ^ and

COCKTAK LOUNGE

Friday and Saturday

'H RamMm"

AT THE SOMERS POINT CIRC Li

W.l 987-7177

FISHERMAN'S WHARF, CAPE MAY, N. J.

PHONE 884*296

COCKTAILS • LUNCHEONS

DINNERS

— MM to S P.M.

J — From 5 to 10 P. M.

SCHOONER OMN FBI.. SAT,, SUN,

All Tfifir GARD1W STATE PARKWAT

OP1M EVERY DAY

CAMPBELL'S SEA FOi

3231 Asbury AyMM OCKHI CHy.

Cooked Foods To Take

it DEVILED CRAB

it FILET ROUNDER

• BROASTEO CHICKEN

AMPlf PRff PARKIN6

AMPW

FREE PARKCiG

OPEN 7 DAYS A WglK

• DEVILHJ

• IMPERIAL

• FRIED SHRlMf

RESTAURANT

OMAN AVINUB at Ml

SERVING DINNERS 4:30-9 WEEKDAYS • 1'

FOR TAKE HOMi

DINNER SERVICE

WAI

jsttlafly paled the string

Hat and the parrot said,

yj^.» TtiHi she puUed

^U,c Irft leg anl tte

"Fitaie to meet yml,"

r Whit wauld happen tf I,

$$?m%i B t ^ice,* 1 she

i frll •"' my pe«*, *

the panel.

I'S DAY CARDS

^ °

! Sunday, Juiw 16

tYour Beauty Parlor This Week

RO BOSWELL'S

BiAUTY SALON

• AIR««htt* ad mutt*,

Jllas Linda L, Bobbins, of 30 S,

Aberdeen td., wag among the 221

graduates to f«eive degrees from

Juniata Collet, The ela« was

the largest in the history of the

college. Miss Robblna, daughter

o! Dr. and Mrs. N. p. Robbing,

majored in Woloai and was

awarded a bachelor ol sdence

deKree.

Occasionally one iearra Bmt it Is

much smarter not to talk so much.

DOROTHY'S IIAUTY

add the «cum

waa ramptrtsd ior the

raids wing, ami indodes a dab* Graduation"

link ftnee which connects the office

^^Wlng and the men'* section.

IMUe*. beach lanbreUaa and chain CnambsB of

hav« ben placed on the lawn tor duwtf; 7:30 pjn,.

the patient*.

Townaendr said the work was om- Cub Scout

pleted with the cooperation ot theWebelos,

S;» PJU-,

county's employes from the Department

of Buildings and Giwmd*. under

the direction ot Freeholder Joseilh

W. Rixey. Tbwiwend said me non «

only expense to the county was lor

the fence. Material for the recrea- The poUtirfam bav*

tion area, as well as television sets. thst mow of th«n h«v» »» be Baw.

MARTnAX MUSIC m TOE MORNING rd, to the Memorial Diy parade at Smnen radios and other patient recreational

The smart-stepping Mainland Regional High PolBt,—Senior Photo,

aids are paid for through the welfare

School band marcnei and plays along Shore . ^^^^^ fund at Crest Haven which is donated

from «BanbaUont and with

proceed* from the vending n

Academy Graduate chins.

1020 AAury

French-Speaking Canadian

TownseDd aald the recreation area I ALL TYI**» e*

was so entbuslasUcalty received

that plans call lor completion of a

Added To Cape P.R. Staff

- ^ • • ^ second area linking the women's

section and the office building on

CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE, ette directlv by Jnlll or telephone

the opposite side of Crest Haven.

— Tne Cape Jtoy CoiBity Depart. to get ipBeifle intormation concern

Maintenance of the area* will be

4UAUTY **-«****

meat of Public Aflairn has expanding Ape May County vacations. The

under me direction of the Departed

its Canadian promotional efforts new staff addition will also compile

ment of Buildings and Ground*. JACK

with the addition ot a representative a list of names of persons interested

Townsend said.

in Montreal, Que,, Canada. in coming to Cape May County and

Pierre Fsyette, a wtenn news- the muracipaliues and the types of

papenBan who has worked as a accommodations fliey desire. This

Guckw On Duty

SHOPPE

231 W»it Ave. PhofiB 399^319

OPEN TIAm 'ROUND; CMd MMday

translator and has helped staff the information will be made available to

Cape May County boom in the any eeunbr businessman dralring it

At Chu Lai In Vietnam

Freneh.»pealdng capital aW ot Que- j tor me in his own prwnottonal efbee

provlnee, started hta new duties forU,

(J0317) CHU 1AT, Vietnam tEHon

June 1, He was named by Free, Payette wtil also represent the

TNC) May 22—Navyman Jam** F.

holder Antiiony T. Catanoso. diree. Jersey ape In mailing writer con.

Guckes Jr., (SM, W. son ot Mr*,

tor ol the Departenent of Public tacts in newspapers and magazines

and Mrs, James F, Gucfces, »,, ot 57

Aflaiis, to the post. He has been

Cokvick dr.. Soraer. Point, is helping

and win work with radio and tele-

retained on a. part*me basig for

to construct military support facllivision

stations and navel bureaus

six mouths.

in the various newspapeis in Quebec

Wednesday marked the graduation Ue« in Vietnam.

Psyette will translate Department in an effort to stimulate greater

of Midshipman Marie C. QiristlanBen As a "SeaBee" with Naval CflB-

of ftiblic Affalis news releases into

from the United States Merchant Ma-

Canadian business.

atruction Battanon Seventy- One (N-

French tor the Public Attain Pe.

rine Academy in Kings Point, N, Y, CB-71). he ambus hi the buHding

partment and for Bie various mu.

Freeholder Catanoso said at theHe

is the son of Mr, and Mrs. Atpott

tacUiaes, airstrip* bridge, and

nicipal publicity departmenls who end of six months, Fayitte'g efforts bert C, Christiansen ot 300 Seabrtghi other project* as ttey become

would wish thig service. These re- will be analyzed and a determine- rd.

sajy.

leases would then be used in Uon will be made on whether or not Mldshipniiin Quistiansen graduated In VMttam flfiiBiiin piwidi

the' French-^ealdng newspapeis to continue his efforts.

from Havertord High School in 1363MMl

aiaistance to villagers with

throu#lout Quebec,

Municipalities will be contacted to and received his appointment to the strucUon project, m part ft their

In addition, I^ette, who has been

secure espies of news releases they Academy August 1364.

civic action proenuo.

a frequent visitor to the Jeney Cape

wish translated and for broehurBS After completing his tour tone ol IBs unit i« also engaged in a Ml

I will create feature artele* and news

they wish to provide for Canadian studies MidaMpman ChrtstianBcn will aottop jpujjyot dnii^mid te t &

articles designed for spedflc pub.

distribution.

receive a Bachelor of Science degree Vietnamese people In oompleUng

UeaUons in Onada where a language Freeholder Catanoso said no pri- in Marim-Transportation. In addition self-help project*, such a* the bnttd-

barrier presently

vate, individual literature would be he will beoonie licensed to mil as an ingt of WBHB, oulnM, ta»U MdaH

He will will open pen an anotflee

in htadistributed

from Fayette's office, but €000 in the Merchant Marine fatand

schools. Bwkjtnent and t

bane which will be available so that that municipal and county material the capacity ot third Mate and will ial. are made avmtoMe flmngh «be

Prench-spealdBg potential visitors to of a general nature wouM be sent be commissiooed an Ensign in theMarine

Corps Rewsrve Ovto Action

ttie Jeraey t^pe May contact Pay- out.

Naval Reserve,

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Water Lines Being Installed For New Crest Haven Complex

CAPE MAY COURT HQIOT

— Water lines to supply the Crest

Haven complex, the future needs

of the Cape May County Ouidanee

Center, Ihe Day are Center,

'1B ronr complaint phjuical

or economicT"

STOP FLYING AROUND!

SPECIAL EARLY SUMMER

KAISER

Aluminum Siding

SJOI!

20 Yur OwnnHm • Up to 7 ¥•«• to

FOR iNFORMATION aai PRM •ITiilATM

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and the Caps May County Vocation-! The Freeholder, who is director Crest Bavem Vocational School,

al School, are being installed along! of the County's Department of BuIM- Guidance and Day due Center Oom

Route 9 (Shore id.) from a point and Grounds, said also that

Just norOj of Cape May Court House | bids will be received to extend the Tne Freeholder said tte work

to Crest Haven. I line from Crest Haven to the day was being undertaken with tte co-

rreehoiaer Joseph W. Rixey said care center, guidance center and operation of the County Health Be-

Uus week that flie water mains county vooationai school rttes, all partment and with Freeholder Fran-

are being insttUed fimn the ceme-, building. He said plans also caM forcis

Towmend, dln>ctor ot Revenue

teiy on Route 9 north to the County extensions of the pres-nt sewer «y»- and Flmnce. Well»re and ChsrittM,

Farm Road to the entrance to Crest | teai whieh wrvices the Cape Way under whose jurijdiction Crest Ha

Haven. Pipes wUl be placed under Court House ana to include the ven tons.

the parkway through a lateral drill,

ing process which does not disrupt

truffle or require opening or remove

ing any portions of the parkway

paving, Freeholder Mxey Mid.

He said the project was approved

after conferences wltt! the pfflciata

of the Neptunus Water Company and

that work is under way. Of fte

10,000 cost for the water lines, the

county's share is $23,000, Ri

said.

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lite Billow* 1 editor* e would d Ilk* k* to dedicate thta Ami

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if your pay stopped ?

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year regular pay check was cut off because of a amova

accident or an nnMtf You, like neat families, are

probably making payment* on your house, your or

and other things that bring you a comfortable and enjoyable

life. Without your regular income could you

continue these payments or wouU thare be a HVMB

adjustment in your Hvmg tUindardsT

MtnufaMHm Life cant guarantoB that you'U dwaya

be able to work. Nobody can. What we can gnaraatM

k. that if you are laid-up with an umtai or ml accideot

youll 1101 rooaWo a recuku pay check. Month lifter

month. Yaar after ytar.

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».,0B C^ASS OFFICERS—Directing tbe fortunes of the Class of liM wyi to

I Ann Southard, treasurer; Gene Beddow, secretary; Sandy Corsoii, vice-pr^Went,

, Bond, president.—Johnson Photo.

High Point College;

ler, Murtwidk College,

"ler, WaynesbuiK Col-

Fehllo. Charnberuun

—«,«, Fred Funk, Eutan

•wjjege. Bob Glaspey. CaU-

Tstern College; Aim Onlnu,

[ College; Peggy Hamilton.

*ie Comrounuy CoUeae;

^"

and the Varsity i ecuttwe Committee, and la vice nre«4

dub. He enjojn boating and flab-! tdent of Ike Forensic League. JaB*

ing in Um spare time. Dave plans wy plans to attend collage and be*

to take up a foreign business car-

a doctor or a lawyer.

•r.

Kathy Crockford and Donald Hurfl

Junior class Rotary Scholars aro an the ntoth grade Rutory Schotaraj

sny atrucfcdlaad Bob ADan. SaiJ|y

k> co-editor in chief of the BJUmnv

r class secretary, and a mem- Fashions

of Leader Corns, Honor Society,

chorus and choir. Outsjde .of spring a. «pung girl's fancy

school she enjoys swimming and

to dothsg, qlfhes that - e»

Sauy plan* Is islnmd coland

ealer the flcU of adverpnam

k>V |

ture» and

and 'ureen 1;

All flu* to caved kl

• . . ton time*, 1968 Caravd lor years to

.. , where do you find those a glinee of hi* yearbook

hair-

sow, an will

deserted roads, Sam?

hear a born at 3 ajn., BobT

in a canoe, Tbnf ThMB memories will be

how's things at Seton HaUT ksnble. but Invaluable. Aa we grow,

. . «'• not nw prom . . . I older, these memories may be OK*>

didn't know you guys could stag shadowed by aeemmgry more impor-]

walk through opaee tant evert*, tat to each ieate with

F. M. H. Smokey, the bear a ycerbook, they wlD he treaaured

liiard . rahi to put ontalways.

Urea eai* In his room . . •

finals ruin the end of scbool

suspended again? crutches ev- Overbeanl:

erywhere you look how many the amount ttat is taken out of my

was thai limn, i 200,000

(ake4iome money after I have taken

Carl l

It home. •-Trtbue. dUand, Cal

look at Lee's

who died in CT

Tfloreau was a hippie . . . wtfB

let you know when we're ready!

u

. Gemma's selling her name

cards . . . Catching g Ok*. Shit

Mr. Totten sure natM t to tony tooting

punataa . , . lert have »ibsr*

ics party , • • Bob Williams can

write lefihanaed. too ... hire come,

the Judge! . . . Becky wUl have to

make up the Physlca tab , . , bring

your umirenas to tim senior ow*

party . . . conKratulanom to Mr.

and Mrs. OCHS . . . and to nsA

year 1 pep!«icement

E PICK-UP

Ace Auto Glass

7>fi ST & Aibwry Avo,

Summer breezes

pre on the way

WHATS IN THE

y ! senior class otflcers

milkshake ilkhk

would

would you

you believe

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In a coeducational

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«a ObHt«*, Chwtertmm. Maryland.

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Matt J*M- Mute Mil be

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Mazzella

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- -•£••-'•-• i T -»^—- Aft A vHnKMS^ BB Witt

****iar « tt. baaetaHtaan, ^

M M W h l i ^ * H fcll

. Student Obma***?*

UM year, he

*M of tt* bwtall

of the hufcet-

datr, and «aa eleotod pretddent

U* elaat. AI» hie ujokr year. Lar-

*u dwaen to the An CapesAt.

««e bMehsU team «nd wu

«y a*plar. He waa a Boya'

.refceaentative to Ruigm Un|.

ver»My. Thl. paM year, Larry m

««aBtata of the bMttall team,, oooer of indent Oounca. Honor Society

an! hi* daw executive committee

I~ry enjoya water ilmng In hb lei.

to attend

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I V*O**»r Outlet

N8 INTEIEtT

ATLANTIC CITY

Tim O'ShM Stfofttd Playw OF Th« W««*

fldally May », UM BUktwa would Tim dnorfbiii thii yaw** hMcbalf

Uk« to honor Tim O*ttM ** the mm M "very very rfolr, HI HI* owfc3J

final piajtr *» ma W««k. t' for next yaar*a team U

"lokay" "l

Tttn U a aood outfielder. Mpadally CMdi Haack feels that Tim i b! baa!

in right fl»id. He has a butting »v- com* a tone way «Wa «aasofc W

arag» ol SSO and committed only

daaa writ to b«r atnlor ytar. She ateo

look* at Urn aa a future

•dltoMiMhirf of oV I OCHS 71m. • college P"P Junior, .!• •tor

the M8» team.

literary maaatuw. m Mr OMnUmr of the Vanity Club. Hi*

Dten* r«*rvtd a scbalanhtB from, hobblca are golf and playing card*, A tow button can! mmtaUmm t

the OuHw Cfahi re attend college

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host Tuwday night at a dinner

s of the *taff of the high school

_.., The ptyows. Pictured hart ire

class staffer* with school officials and

•nonalitie^, ,In the top photo, front

, to r.) are Kfetby Shaw, Unda Datillo,

Bonner. Billows advisor; John T.

S-L p«MimMir: Robert AJken, OCHS

'lwnchlng* Monday and Tuesl*m

carried out by member* of

Battery undar the €Qsmiaitil of

1 *m PMC in Chaster, ffc

. * '•KnOor of aekoM de-

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_J, • MM graduate

Ctty High Moat a

L?"*"" Artillery, and Colonel Barka-

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far HM sign of HM Indian at MM

•ntrann to BtMby 1 ! Paint,

Tr» TurtuhM InR provlda* m pteaunt

Early Amarican dmr tha^yoiril flr»d .

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Mitt* tetter

*SSS fc

TV ffcml 6 SUnnlay night

,*'»*« « Jntvttty. Matt of the

v*ew» cotncadaL and they wound up

taK the pmshnt administration

the end fdl aU over them-

•MHnp Mods and patting

one another on the back. What would

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of them know wltti a «r going on,

ant i art in ttfe budget all the

KUCW laUAO KKrXWT

Cape May dandy

ran report far the month of

May shoos a total of 1529 mile*

requiring: 172 man-hoars.

Why it that every nw hat is

d has that "special

Klndwgarttn tlasses Stage

Self-Produced 'Super Circus'

Lynn DeGn0. wicked CTDCOSIH.

ley anl Fkuu How, winj(y,

Band Reunion

Annual Event

•octal ndoana. Let's do lint things

not bear fruit. If there *wi no war,

f-im positive the pnaent admlnis-

IMtfein would take steps to ante

MM-MAnas. «r# * flist things

ttOl *t I «4|MM in a previous 1

Although it hu di*anded u a

mjial afsMtetiOB, fae ^pe May

County American Legion Band pJans

te remajn "alive" for nodal purposes

into the future.

Tni» HI decided last Sunday afternoon

when 19 mtmben got to-

;>rtfcfe, Ofet the mt over with, cor-Etther

for their flr*t reunion since the

«*}* aw? ptlbcy, and establish group mimi Playing, music same

U yean ago.

Tbm reumon, at Quality Conrt Motel

in Marraotm, renewed old ac-

IBlHons win be spent and O]K~lrquatatancesmp

far sane Once hours.

will Mare the advWsro of

the tandcian, Iran wWety at.

•md pataU. also a*yed looking ov-

ffttoMiunOUcal setup. Nnsftlng

er old photographs takrai at i-arious

ajy topeM will say will cbancnaflanml

LegtaB conventipM and oth-

"voter* viewpoint. K i n Jo~.

er attaint throughout the United

J* cooeJutooo it will be Humphrey

Ittnw. Okdy ensuing events could

States. They alss listened with nos-

•nee die outcome

taiga to a recoWIng of a radio

Finally I largest you institute a

hroadeast made over a Mismi star

more dignified heading (or readeis'

Usn during the 1352 convention.

and writers' participation, "Letters In agreeing to mske the reunion

to the Editor", rather than Forum an anuoal event, the bandsmen elec-

and Agin- 'em". You might receive ted a new group of officers to see

more favorable partidpaHon. to it ami they keep in touch with

Jospeh

each otter,

123 We,

Vincent Evangelists, of Ocean

(•Mar's Nate: Yaw

City, a former dtactor of the band,

to - - -

was ejected president. Also elected

were Charles Gtem. Jr., WaJ-d,

AaW "Mm" I

vice pretWejjt; Fred Wtadi*, Rfa

Grande, treasurer, and RuspeD

aaaar h. n. miij whkh asss Weatherby. Court House. ____,

Deeted as'truMees were Dr. MUlard

Cryder. Court House; Roland

Miaa af

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Mmpav S-7: Dynamite,

The annual bmrling

fiart Itn* 36 at 7:30 pjn. at the

ev«y ^rettMamy through Aujpat SJ.

Tui»-up ta net far June 19 at 7:30

at which nine Bvengei tfU bo

eaiabushgd w&f teanis made'np for

the seMOn. It i» hoped 10 tuini

Little Leagiif

Notes

A aptaited KIwanIs team began

the action by dsflgMtaK the Fort 01flce.

ML

neat week tens

Board

Adopts Program

will be in the league. The*! wfll be The Oafs May County Vocational

composed of flve regular mamhtra Technical

•nd' a list of alternates who win

The banquet ana awarding of the

trophies Will be August 3S.

MA'S

_ are (I. to rj

In being included but

Mar Sports

-group which operator tte

to make the tune up

Center pto 18th si was lOrmally •

xjrt L. Sharp, and |k, and to call Doris and Frank

|t%*t%,tracUUonal cutting of VlUt Omtte, pjn>pHeter3.-MSnlnjpr

at 39W782 or in

U*''ijTayor. Pictured here at the

! phia at TUWfB,

IS Wins CAL Crown; Raiders Lower Boom

fiM»s Hammonton, 7-4On

Caper Tossers, 15-0

^•jMUMd Regional High Schonl'f single through the Infleld to score Ocean City High School's hnrtaU) Box score:

liqptb^ ieam wvn tb£ Cape-Atlantic Gkon Ar«stadt and HniiW... team dolled its seam with a HutOCCAH

cfrr

' AamptaMMs in Hanunoo-1 Craig Angtfadt tried to strt-tch the Tuesday, bombarding tour Lower

ton-Monday when (he

hUgle to a double, and mi nailed Cape May Regional High School nit

name toom behind to down the Kara- at second!; Pinch-hitter Dick Juliano ehers all over the lot to come

•kMn High School Blue Devils, 74. hit to the pitcher to retire the side. home with an impressive 15-u win.

jibe game was delayed by a rain In the eighth, two Mustang hitters While Coach Fred Haaek's stick

|shu»m in the opening Inning, and went out before the club could get men warn booming SfMni all over

SSi BuRStd- to tight moving. Craig Angstadt drew a walk the ball park, his hurier, tarn Bow-

(one over regulation) to pnll and moved to second on a bingle en, kept the Oipers under wraps with

tune sad the toop Otto out of

0

by Gary Sdbal. Hartman drew a an impressive performance on the

s

walkr to load die sacks. Angstadt nUL He allowed five hit*, antt out

4

1 s

Mainland drew first Mood In One•ctrfed

the .tie-breaker when Ken 13 and walked em,

itop of the first when Bob Hartman Fetter's bit was babbled by the

42

to send Dave Lamed across Devils infield. Lamed singled and r^ve Bcyel was 8» kodeBt noise

AM

*. Hammonton wouldn't lay chased ScJbal and Hartman in* at the plate for the Raiders, hang-

333I

dbwi 'howpvCT, and took the lead

ing out tw> Unglea and a Orst- Bny. d.

The Mustangs muzzled the M i

il tt nms in the tint, »econ3.

lnnlng home run with a mate at Hkkmai

in the last half of the eighth to sew

Murpfty. r

base. Brian Broadley also collected

up the CAL crown for the year. three bits, as did BOMB,

Me MMng'a atanpeded in the-

ft. p

HB •> mv DITBC niiiai BOQ jun

The Raider* settled down to bus.

II 3b ,

*»'ct«W. WUb one out, Steve Park-

I01I1I6100 {ness with bur run* at the top of !f#». If

er haat oat «n infield hit. He stale

the opening inning. After Beyel

y

ehu

ad

T^mbl*. cf

u advanced to third

Beaver home wloi his drby

Paul HaUeruan.

cult clout the Riiiders filled the bas-

#, MtaHMt, 2b

es. Broadley then came through with

Ch3R An^stadt doaWed to left, chat

one of his hingles to send the other

tm Wtam home. HnHfrniln moved

two runs acroes.

Ed Brome wslked to nil

Ar as the scoring was con.

Craig Angstadt sent «*>

the nrst inning outtarat was!

[' mm* necessary- HB*ever, i

the Huckraen added aaaffier run

lb

Dqtimy. cf

1

Jutuad the attack

at • recait aetttag

oalkd by Malcolm a MacEwan,

PiirmiH at"th« rn«*ttai were SupertolHteBt

Hhpii^'GulliMi and Altt


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11 ta the third, posted four* mm- in

the sixth, and cllnuoted the day with

a sii-run soiree in the ftoal

5

dpal Ed Wobb, of the Middle Township

Schools, Falhcr Bate, of Wildwood

Catholic High School. Mrs.

Frances Geett and Joseph Marks,

of the Ops Atlantic Human Resource

Agency. Bairn day, of

WhttMboro. Robert toft, from the

Vocational School, and MacEwan.

Training whicn bad ben offered

to the WhitMboro Oonununiry Action

Grow under the auspices of

mkhmod CathoUc High School 1*

no longer available and the Vocatkmal

School Board of Education has

The speoal curriculum will start

with business education, sewtog, and

basic education. Instructors for the

Wednesday and Thursday evening

classes will be Reverend Percy

Bryant in basic education, Miss Ro>

ycttn Smith in typing and business

English, and Mr*. Dorothy Mack In

l

The baric education class will be

held at the Whitesboro Center while

the vocational courses in business

and sewing will be held at the Vocational

School en Franklin St. in Cape

May, *

Transportation will be supervised

through day, with the hotp of the

Human Resources group. All interlested

residents are ^guested to re-

— 'port on Wednesday evening at 1

5

I P-m. at the Whitesboro Community

Center tor further directions. The

clmief will be given free of tuition

to county residents through the spun*

sorah^pof (he County Board ol Free-

mh

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o**o s a t

1 J O 1 O

i, S, MotML 1

5. «, Sdb.1 0, Z, HMMI 1, »t/f,

O

S SEMM 2,

••• - Co, 4. Prt«T f,

•Hrrili 4.

WP—

Sea Isle Seeks

Beauty Queens

The Women's Guild of the Church

of the Redeemer ta Loagport wUl

sponsor the annual ABC sale as the

opening evett of the season. Tfcis

sale of Wed merchanllse from attic,

bauerrient and CUjphoard will'be held

today, 1 SEA ISLE OTY — Tim beauty

queens will be selected hi Sea Iste

aty as part p of Skimmer Weekend.

,

when the reasrt JliBfa

fa

new

mile4ong B. million beachfnmt Prom- new

enade.

To be selected are the local Hydrangea

Queen and a giil to repre-

June 7, from 5 to 9 p.m. an]

sent the city in the Nn Jeney

tomorrow, June 8, from 9 a_m_ toTravel

and Resort Association's MJss

1 p.m. ln the Guild Hall, JOth andVteit

New Jersey Contest, to be held

Atlantk- aves., Longpott-

hi Jury.

Thnes and customs change anl Ten girls are entered an tar, ac-

the view* of man vary wfUi the aocording to Ton! Braca, pageant

lfkS \* wisdom. '

chairman. The queens wUl be «eleeted

Friday night, jfnne %. at the

annual spring dinner of the Greater

Sea Isje aty Chamber of Com-

AT !*?>• afis.

Ckldey, 21, of

colt nL,

Every person attending the din-

Mr will have an opportunity to vote

for their choice, Mra. Bnca said.

FU1 Sheridan, popular TV'and radio

arswmcer, win serve as master

of. tiefemonlca at the dliaier, wtule

4---'-^.T

|C4 Lawson

OCTAA pntlfHt

_ Jure w* oB to • mt able to follow t dingi In thi

with the Memorial f^! "Sdorjboard" a Th» Vouth AUuttk;

Aamodatkm is al*Tworking on a du>

play of tb» litmnduiga at the UtUt

ftad

Tha.cbiaf ompln thi» year K lob

Cole. Hi bai a tough •che^ule, and

after Jutw J7 fat win be •itenging

coverage tor four games each eveumg.

All the help be can get will

be appreciated. Anyone who will lend

a hand catting ball* ana strike*, or

who will work as base umpire*,

please call Bob Cole at 399,3545.

An important note! The next

OCYAA meeting ia on Tuesday evening,

June 11, at 8 o'clock In the

Youth Center.

MY AVBNUI

a 1

HA.

GLEESON'S

1048 Asbury A

DIAL 399-4*1

NATHAN LEVIN,

1329 PACIFIC AVPN

nirweiM SOUTH CAROLINA and TINNESSS i

NEXT TO THI YMCA

COLD FUR ST01

ON OUR OWN PREMISES

Our MMKngar Will Call for Your Furs at Your!

All Fun Fully Insured from the Time They L""?

until You R«ceiv« Them In the Fall! Just Call W-

^44-0919

MINK JACKI7S, STOLES

and COATS

j If Ml M upward trwd. W» itMwt* • ifrg*

•dvanc4. of rMnf prim Mid have (MMMJ Hit

SA1AU DEPOSIT WILL HOW ANY

CREDIT TERMS AVAILABLE

IWTIFpi 1p« H*yp Tf KKN OVER THE OLD ESTAflL|5MPD »V5INESS OF I, J.

«AT|tAN LEyIH. FIIRS, HAS BEEN ESTABLISHED SINCE 1910

-ft

Supper

,. _ A potJiK* mom

„„ by 34 numbers of the

f Society of ChrisUan Ser*-

Hy Mettmust Church this

t tuesU from WM(V Man-

rWebbpr^MM a gift

gg^Dlng grfiirt^ni, ^bs.

Burireltt. Mr*. George E.

prcildeiit, Condacted the

new membtM were wel.

E Mrs. Robert Austin, Miss

> Matthews, Mrs. Annie Jones

i. Howard PierBon,

I arson, a Motor at Ocean

h School, has been selected

,» m ichouirahiB giywi ~ch

rw UK 8'P- He will attend

t my County Vocattoaol School,

ftv tetivai will be held

(June 8) from 5 to S

' program for the Society

n, announced. In July, n

i will be presented by Mm.

wai Mrs. Mary Peterson; In

IdiWi wiU be . sing along,

• ir the (Koup will visnogogue

in Margate.

fM the tour of homes and

, Scotland will be shown

„• by Rev, and Mra, Ira

(Ocean City, to November a

Msw witt hi done by Mra.

'Matthews; Deamber will

simual Christmas party;

panel discussion; Febru

les visit; March, Ulent

w»,, April will be n Lenten

t Service: ami May will bring

: tad nature slides by Paul

i ••••

* fbod wiles wiU be held this

W, am on July 26 and one on

Concerts

County Park

MAY COURT HOUSE

1 bs«J concert, a chicken bar-

_j and a donkey baseball game

fpnwldc a full day of aitertain-

1 and excitement at the Cape

j County Park on Sunday, Jute

> Bind Concert, which will feathe

natictiauy-acclauned bond

the Cape May Coast Guard

; Center, is under the sponof

the Cape May County

and is one of the

to be featured by the

In the newly-constmcoed

at the park, according to

," Gerald Smith, park director,

s Coast Guanl Band will present

I concert at 3 p.m.

chicken barbecufi will be

by the Cape May County

ol Commerce and the Rio

t Chamber of Commerce. Ad-

. |»1 children's ticket* will be

1'tor the barbecue, which will be

1 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.

t flic grand highlight of the atn

will be the thrilling und hil-

Donkey baseball game, tea-

_ • content between the teams

1 Hie Cape May County and Rio

lie. Chiunhers of Commerce

• ol the area's outstanding huswill

be featured as memo(

the rill-star teams.

|Bi*ert Patterson, of North Wildhas

taken on the managerial

I tor the County Chamber team,

I Hsny Wliilden. of Rio Grande,

be at the helm for the Rio

•Chamber. Both have prom-

11» fltM strong aggregaUons for

bueblill event. The baseball

BWtll get under way at 4:30 p.m.

M reportedly have been en-

J In secret practice drills, and

I k krown that several prominent

hnvc been taking Jod-

I exercises

[Tick*! for the Barbecue and Dnn-

^ Baseball game wiU be available

I members of both chamber or-

Thcre will be no admlsi

ehaxge lor the band concert

[ tjeferts will also be on sale at Uic

t on the day of 'the same.

Kiwaniant

nn!ng Barbecue

I POINT — JMnes McNeils

is of the annual barbecue

ta dinner mmUng of Sortors

« Swanls CWb Tuesday evenini

nlel'i Reitaurant,

event, which will mark the

•amiai barbecue, will be held

»»4 M Juhn P. IMnedy Fa*.

1l urgtd the mem*ra to pitch

J be part of the affair to in-

* % MCC«H, *

AireBlor's meeting JoUowed at

P ttme the importance of attind-

** ttm \veekly mefltingi was dls-

TOO HBAVY

-.„ aUt-The ^_.-r

J M^i School ««ys he vim

' the contract of #ye»r-

Eattabeth R Blodgett be.

: her vnam «*leh Aamtft

i bnaie""'tt her ailing, SM-

• signed a potition to keep

^ « that tn«h Is f« OMiete

|«at man ha* rmlcn fo leerii 1.

*JU for modern naearett Mo

f LANCASTER BttANO,

Bon«-ln Crosscvt Roast

J Bont-Uss Crosscut Roast

Bone-In Arm ft«afl.

i£! & 85?;

rJ^.! fiibSteaks.. .

.... •?.*«£ Ann Steaks

;: : 2 H ^

Reaiemon Umonade ...... I is 4jT

Farmdale tteC PIBS ,...6WW

Chopped VMi Stete lt K^"

^WASHINGTON FORGI. 5 inch A gyrWf^

ICMIFE

Hotlow GrcK^J.Rojowcxbd HonrJei

Dishwasher Safe • Reg. 79e Voiu#

Paring Knife 69c value

p Knife 69c value ... «ch 49*

Sandwich/Ofilify Knifil69cvaluB«ch 49-

Canting ^ * P *

l S 99c value

8" Corvino KnW* Bitevilut _— •«» fv

f • Cook'* iMfc Blev«'" 9 «—"•"«« ^

9" §Nn« Knife lie vaiui .....«* FT

NO PURCHWINICIWABVI

# / k &•••-& M 0 s ""

^ 89*


SMW.^

Ocean City

Glass

W. MIL

NORTH

7th « Bay SfMfM

VAU KEYS

30c

TM1 OC»AH CITY ••HTIWlL4.W»i»

FOR CAitnrr REPAIR

DAVIS Hardwwv 0*

IMS Asbory Auww SIROtNO-BINDING

and FRINGE

BUSINESS MRVICI Call O^OftG* LAND

STORM SASH

AND sans

Ocean City

Glass

IHMI9t*n

WILSON ft MEYER

Car Smmm Raprirai

Cotes Radio Smlce

MATS MR SAL!

kOAT f LIM KM Mtrr 0 E. AUTOMATIC t ap*ed> •!»«•

(ta. waahar. (Mod cafKHMon. •—-

•Htll Ma.4M* ••»•

AUTOS FOR SALl

tm.li. * IMnwy

n, HHIU I m. MMM?

COBVAIR MONIA.

3 tc—4 an *• floor, 1

•an MU, BMdM nit ^

Vary logd andllMn. C.PI 3'

tool»,

4 P.IH., 14*1 Frpn

•Jtour All>. 2750

Sin. yn. «•». ramn •BfraM,.

«,7»J, JtMllO or «JS040. tf.

'U MUSTANQ. aicMMni

hiaUr, -

, arMral 2

V8 M

4221.

CHOtCE OF POUR adofaWa MnM,

LaakMg M (oHd mapM

EBBinat, MM, ana f factory hasvy h dduty,

ana

traadla. Bihar arflcyaa. Sat. only,

:30 P m. l»tti attaat anf Ran.

W 6^14

IBOHftlTE MANOLI. I w.y, ISO.

Foldln, fuU Mia B)M«m 7

LATEMODGL S.E. RAHOE—2 avana.

RM Av.., Trwton. NJ. 0M19. far *10O, Can Ba aaan

IM.1IM.

ca ^fiiaii. «•>

(M. 10« C«tr»l Am.

aoJIad. no par itam, Contas

WEBCOR RCCCmo FLAYIfli 1 sa«

and aarlnsa. Maahona MHf and

BHisii aijaaii aoan ooo unman

ehaira. Baby raster, play Ban, and

mltc.lum.ou. Hani*. Call

or us oeaan A—

HOUSE SALE—Oaarina out esilae,

uoo. NandHnia Mas (amp

•haii*, talM br.u lamp cranBarry

(l>u trim Quaint mttqu. chair*,

tawal nM, andlrana. pattary, tin,

•iiw CsM l

REAL ESTATE

SALESMAN'S

REQUIRED COURSES

l prior to

•umlMtiwi for

Stata HtMUM.

11 SVSH^M n#ls III

OcMn City.

M m wMt far

aalaafjffliig

HM «Miar In

1 apM, M • M

aaa NMtM

ruby and eamiiiin, in lino.

•« pWa*. Alto much utllrMrian

OH

vra frwnn, huga to imall, a

i.nt to madam, Unuaual Maguaa.

j DDcallant l tad tpraada,

sthar Hnana. . Naw traMad t rugs, cur

talM, arrn cnair, Saraniunia SM.

Ms Watt Avrnu*

tlaata

PAPERHANGING

JIM LONG

Itt MY AVINUI

MIAN crrr, N. J,

399-4195

RENTALS

WEIK . MONTH

SEASON

FREE DELIVERY

MARINE

ELECTMNK

SALES M^ SERVICE

MADH>TIL

DIRBCTIOM PINBIRS

ntllBBE nfiri

Lonapatt. Friday, Jun. 7, 9 p m 9

ajn. and Saturday Juna S i a.m,.l All arHclaa utMar a m i pricaa,

P.m.

many muoh Maa MM • dsflar, 1

k l 1247 i l

BICYCLES FOR SALE AND SEBv*c.

Alto blcydw for hlr. SOS

par hour at Annaralll l Blcyi). n,

1014 AatHiry Ana. 1M3M, tlf.

dl.ti unahar. Raban L.

•Matt, 1700 Aiaury Ana..

aBrs«*ra i MMT WIlilM

RIPAIM . TUNIUM

IRKTMI top fraatar W5; Ml


and MnrBf. both W:

MOHNC

Johnson's Marim

•anaM af ladtaa atylaa

How span for

MO man?*

•tonal dl.oourrt* for

, mmy day 10 a.m. in

Electronic*

•unaaylO a.rn, to fi B,m, ... MFMSEPATMt, HO, Qaad canal,

tan-a. «o that* M., Saman Point, Won. can ka aaan at 1141 Watt

A SCREEN REPAIRS

•04 lay OMWI City

Phon« 399-2221

EMMA LARSE MIST typa fraaiar. TAMAN M Jn * kurnar gaa ranga,

MM tar MM hauaaw uaa in food eondlllan, niainnatlla, IN.

0470,

•U1INESS SERVtCj BUSINESS SERVICE

— REALTY —

•PS. Can ba aaan Friday

or •aturaay bafara 1 p.m.

AaMry Av.. 6 7

MM| UMANAMORU

•1VS oriilnal coat.

•M raeka. day mh

WORLB

taM'as^aanilan nandaSi Naw

a bouafrt In Hawaii: naw

Iliul Ic Iranar

IMi St. * A»bur, Am

FOR RID CARPET

TREATMENT

BILL

OODS

AGENCY —

, inini mom

In fsyw, laundry I

IN MM M

,^m1

BUSINESS QBBDrBinW 7W

etaek Aatwry Mb camar

location 2 mXotm and pD*-

"bly a 3rd, plua complrt. •

•aJrasm and I earamlE tlla

Ma aparMHni, oil hot -•-

Mr h«at. Call May for man

InfsrniMan.

WINBT COftNERS.

In* room with Bfeoliea, Bin.

sann, aaparata dlu aom

ShM

WE AM NUMBER WE

JtlAL l>TAtt-,ALl HIAl

Prof «wl04Bl Real Estate

•ad]

fan IMS

J. W. MotnsM

Stfl St. mnd OMM AV--

399-M11

YEAR ROUND horn.

i an 11w Ift nfds IKp6HH% 9^

BonaJilt 7^ family, room. Hvlflc

IMi, aWnl rmm, MtoSin. lOJK

and lauMry room, a Mdreatna. and

2 aana, U4Jse, HWanta Rad E«ttta,

14 Mum Ava, •.

your trooul« and lint

OAHOEH3

"«Wm¥M

RMtW. il^Oo^.

REAL ESTATE

by Bob French

9 BEDHOeMS. ZVS b»«W,

ail hat witar ftaat, e»M

Una- idiool and baaM-

-.Ik, iuaat h«l« lieania,

limd tnca »14,NO.

1 FAMILY eaatfi blett, •*««»

.loin- 4 kadnaom ampMa

arnnut an ypear now. ^ ^

anarVnmt on Bnt ftafr,

ritili ar» nun, Pully

sctAN VIBiKS Baroan| Me-

bathV j powdar hio, H«j

If-W "g-^fiool*. j u i t

Outstgnding

BAY and

LAGOON FRONT

CME OF OCEAN CITY'S

WATERFRONT HOMES JUST LISTED

FOR SALE

CM Today Ai

WlOPERTy oml

FRENCH

aMbwtMNr

Professional Of flees

tf Motd Stff.

WlUIAMS

Haw 4 ^fla¥a9H! llama •»•

flmat aayfrant IssBan,

Why BuiM Khan yau an

M d

•MlMTtnNOi

F. B. BRIDEGAM,

REALTOR

3346 Asbury AvMtua

5994)953 3 or

»99 26«4

SMEOnfRMGS

FOR SALE —

nituiaa in 1

_ _ tHE OCEAN CITY «tWTlNEt..LH>OeR

REAL EStATE — SALE MMAL.

•EAUTY SHOP

3 APARTMENTS

BaW on

1 P.

SUNDAY, JULY 7

aad waHM la—w waS

rSl-TJSErtTEl:

Fr»* BroChbr*

BUY NOW SET tHIS SUMMER'S

BENTS 1« II 3 badroom. 1

bath apartmant. 2nd fl 4 badreom

r - t^^& - Haat 2 a*ah*

Ectata, 2700

6-7

LAROE INCOME

dan«al araa. • aparonarj*. S hot

haatad Spaolau* 3 and

ROBERT J.

CAMPBELL

S33 WESLEY AVE.

OCEAN CITY

399-5233

OTHER GOOD VALUES!

DO I HAVE- A--UV RM tOW «M

« * •

STORAGB FOR R»tT

YEARLY RiNTAU

rvm boardwalk, cnbl*. lot* of W

,,n, Includaa all utlllUM. Call 399

1133 _________^ B " 11

SUMMER RENTALS

or 199-O933-

Z aEDMOM OABAOC Apartmant

Clot, Csa to baach $950 for *a**on

CaM jae^lio anyuma or 96S3409

af&V • p-m «f

UHFURNWHED A>MTMENr— cant

ar city tor rent. 2 badraom* l.u

Ing room. dlnlnB warn, kud kudj";

bath. bth H«t and d ht hat watar ata ^ "

Occupancy May 20th. »S». 399-1

• lat floor

or lialf

A l

ES£9%»14!t. e-u

HOUM JDR aENT, •» ana Oc*an

Waak, month or *aaacn Slwjp, 9

iSlhann Metal. 9m and

a g-n

NEAR aEACH and boardwalk.

furnlahad 17-3 badroom aparfdinlrtB

room, klbahan,

bath ISO anak and

UPPER COTTMU. n 5 bailTWn*

IMnc L Hot —•-

WM. R. DOUOHERTY alua lat floor HEW ALL aeCTfllC 2 Wnwn W

aparBnant ovartosklnf artoskl llagosn,

un Avallatila Juna lBJuly il m mnaan

furnUnatfTf 133 pv nSrth Immadl of July only Rlvlara aactlon, waaftmtm

noaaaailon NotMrt L. *twp *r. dryar. dlapoaal, aulatda hot and

39 cold aMowar, ilraaalna room, saa

HERE IS A CHOICE BUIUHHO LOT

swnara. 6 mlrtilt Rd Jon. sw and

cerrnolLLT LOCATtD graaary yau don't want ta ml** 60* x lift*

9H> or writ* HtHha add«*» B Knoff-

•lara. aaa4 IMnMnt awl- allutllttlaa In Indudaa

MMliI Of OHMna> tf T. 10862 6-11

aato fe> atialillil

fraa 2-mlla HM

2 badmam unfumii

HPonalbla mlddl* aarad < In

J

araa waak of Juna 13. r

IS til

11J2 Ranawlla Av* . Camp HIU P.

t dupla« In

I * 4M Ocun 399-1M4

aan * "City" only a.14,900 lat

V025S

67

„ . Panalad Uvin* Uf Room and Din-

1 MMOMIt. IV, tana, aamar ins room! Ivn UMian wiUi

APTS. FOR RENT

dtiiiiiT luealtanl hieama, %Mr fau ara*l Laundry rooml 3 b*d

ROOMS

roam* and modam tlla Bathl 2nd

_. LMnp mom! ..

SEASON OR YEARLY—ABT.C l«t

wl 2 Badnnm* and modarn tlla floor, fumlahad. 1 badma, b^n. HEATED ROOMS, naar BaaoH. daa»

•v rm kit dWnatta No mill chll-

GIEHH REALTY

Roanw hav* outalda j»rch. Waak-

ftaaltori A3S Ovaan Ava 7 dran or pabv »»5527 6-14 ly. monthly, *a**on >1S and bp

days a waak

«35 2nd St. Call 3W-ail7 *3

2733 Aabury AwMM

F 6-2S LARGE 3 BEDROOM APARTMENT

(££> Sad* M -oh). Uvinc room, ROOM FOR RENT—Staady worklns'

HMM

S BEDROOM COTTAQE oonvanlant- full divine room, modatl Htt*wi boy* and alria. for aummar »•

ly looatad at Hi t. Oeaan i and bath Front and back porch

d&ra&AXssrik'rs

•on—rata M0 par paraon

roth.i, oininB room, kltcnan. IMvata antnnc* TV and talaphtin.

wNoh ar. bwiatf by tha pl.lnKff. In

RAN laaa th.n

"' By th* $*». 14Z4 Cw Hrf Tchlp__af dpr - -

and powsar room, rartty fuml connaouon Privata parkins Apply

230 Oeaan Ava. 6 7 City if J.

May. Stata

I anii tha on. In w , .. _

MOTEL ROttMSi 726 B9H«4O> Rd

YEARLY. SEASON Baautiful naw 2

hava or dalm an Intaraat 4a aa

(Coin. North and Atlantic) Florbadrtom

Frwich Provincial moltf, Idhm atmoaphara. Qulat, ooan aur-

arsatlnc, ^aramlc bath, fa* atapa mmUntt Parklrtt. C*ll 399^029

rtf^Mti of you *r« nuff*

ROOMS, afficiancy apt. laga dormitory

for Bay* or clri* saaaon or

SEASONAL MENTAL for worhins

t n Jilifff tn,all«E^ditil:

by waak. Call 300*710 330 Wain •tin

guit- .: Nloaly Nlcaly fumHhad. fumHhad, tltV% 4

tou Os-tn. Hr m«.y hsw* *n ji*tt«-j)iA

>' al ^ao rod. — 1232 Aabury Ay.

6-Jl In saitf, (WKb v ni*y b*Hd • Itfl

2 COAJbMUNIOATING nOOMS for aaan

In pftvala homa for 2 ladia*

cantral (aCaUoH. S3O Ptymauth

Hlltaj|aaa> Hal

wuu» RANCHER, van naar

Baaeh S badmom*. I bacha. Mat-

^J d—^aohad saraaa with oedk.

•oitnklat*, fumlahAd Al condition

Duad *3S.OOO Excbniva waaw

Rail Eatata. 240 B-uraaa rd 3W

096° "

MONEY MAKER —

Prfc-d to aaa Saa Edmand L. Wlah-

«rn. Raaltor. S10 Oeaan Ava.

IR ROUND 2 family In tha

j«dw. Sotli aparbYianbl hjva

hot watar haaL Eaoh hava 3 badma,

IMma rsom. dinlns mom.

..njhS.. bath, "utnlltiad C«r "-

K1.MW HtH^aaa Raal Eatata.

Atlantic Ava.

DUFt-EH — Short walk to wlda

baaoh and boanlwalK Each »p»r~

mant ha 3 badrooma

tl«>00 Hlllazau

Raal Eatat*.

AUartvc Ava.

67

rmniH, «il«

antra faatajna

? 1 1

BO«» OVEJt

wtth Malt

»200 Caft 399-7639

IndudaT ill infllS utfiSar-gintral taci-

«on Call Mr Blank 399-097S or 3 MINUTES frarii ocaan City. NI-.

3993»a» " tf. jia in Marmora with brwakfatt

optional. Call 399-5299. tf.

APARTMENTS AND HOMES for

rant In cno araa* (Savaral ws- MOTEL ROOMS 726 Oatifti-tM Rd

atlll *vallable> Coriikr Norttt and Atfpnfiq) flotr

219 Wad AvIdJan

aibnOtf>hVa>4 Qul«H opM sur

roundlriB* Parkins t»JI 359-W25

r M Or Ml £-4050 9 3

EFF1CIGNCY APARTWENT. 1 Chamber C

dinner will tie served at 6:SQ jutt.

*rr?ef

Goatt speslber win be JJWrt» Sttman,

sales engineer for O^Ml

B

mmrt henmde wtHi

f ^

by today


i'f

•-*~

• feaan nceetvvd inr Uw n

; and education Section at the

ol run and

. . O—11 *UUM\ Officers «ilK»

•4 Mb fish.

If* M pound. ^

bt by I,

port Republic, bll on ApfflL »T ft« <

:d hy it ,..

t^n to it . . .

-^^ up to it

Wesrtnghouse

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SCHUFF

ELECTRIC, INC,

AMtA M. SCHUFF IAUARA §, BROOKS

— awvnw YOU nun i§ -

71D ASWJKY AMOIUC PHONI 399-1242

THANK YOU.

OCtAti CITY

Bass Catches Certified By State

amt

Dfc* 1 . Fan*, atari** "to BaMtin.

torn alter »• ftft aeale fated

CtttsarvttkM OU-

Carder confirmed

rock) ban* In Lake Hopatcong. near

Raccoon Island, of February 5. It

•u weighed on certified scales at

a market in Franklin and witnessed

by Conservation Officer James R.

Iterish. The previous record, an

ounce amaller, was caught by William

Blckel of Paterson in 1932.

Angler Albertoon was beak fiahmg.

having set out for an afternoon of

white perch fishing with worms. Seeing

a gnat swirl after his first

» Mar

who wUl not accept the old qrcani- and the cddMficSi at me Holy OUsstions

dictates. Included In thtf

group, the old guard sees such new- The hlghUghh. of, the * '

;recenty elected mayor hethe resttuotlo» at the L^

AU tae Wikhvoods «nt tb* present four duarids:

Ml VtotBluccL

The wouU-be tank bb

the

JJ MM taa

^Bi^aafM^fiS.

id the

»od Avalon. TAey m«y t*i found in

This Is the •confl tune, noliee The unsuccessful candidate set me «Pper Township and even In Ocean

taM, *t« tte Marmora branch of

mt bsnk has been entered. On the

The eld guard has nightmares of

Brst sMsnpt me flUeves cut o hole

a take-over by Matalucci, who would

in me rori over a utUlty room. City PW Crews make Us political peace with GOP Fez-Snatchers nw* ttrnssie MOWn tot at^-saa*.;

They foiled to obtain anything of

lender, Rep Charles W. Sandman.

ical akL . lit.

value.

Jr., a personal friend of Matalucci,

Beach Patrol Capttdn Qsotgf

The mam bank In Tuckahoe was

by the way, but at a price.

entered in MB but its officers pride Dress For Work

Fined In Court Latterly said that Mrs. FatdtM '

The price would be getting rid of

Yost, 36, is the wife of "

themselves „ Its reMmnce to { Colorful uniforms, differing in hue

some of me oU guard including such When the "lira" as Friday n%M Msfsi

thieves or robbers. Many years ago according to melr Jobs, have been

stalwarts as Joseph Koop, leader In arrested a couple of youths for steal- to on leav» Bum

a robber entered the bank during

Lower Township, and some others in

{issued to personnel of the city's Deing

a couple of fenes right off the Philadelphia,

banking hsun, and in his get-awsy,

Dennis, Middle and Stone Harbor.

j partment of Public Works,'

heads of two visiting Shriners the nurse of the iMtltvftoo'a 1MX

shot and Wiled one of the bank's

The other thing Uat concerns the charge, it seemed dear, should be

officials.

j Aeooiidlng to Deputy Commission-

Lafferty said lira. lost. «• ..

i er W, Scott Butman, it will give

4, column 3, plus* fez snatching, that is stealing.

woman to be employed OQ the beach,

He was captured later and died j workers mat well groomed look,

But in Municipal Court yesterday will be paid the standard aalary this year.

while serving time in Trenton State boost melr morale, and keep mem

Muncipal Judge Franklin A. King

prison. •_ •

Aide's PM Charge

a Beach Patrol medic — *3«J0 for

ton being called "ragamuffins" by

thought otherwise. Stealing fenes a 3»day mooth. Mrs. Tfuat is a

criMes,

from Shriners' heads on the Ocean

Refuted ly Hyland

graduate of Jewish Hoapltal Train- UMM

Hag Court Of Honor The city has issued two wosh-and-

aty boardwalk wasnl stealing. The ing School. Cincinnati, OMo.

wear shirts and two pair of wash- Engineering aide D Wayne Elliott judge decided it was drunken and

Lafferty also announced another

At Hltforieol Museum and-wear Bousers to each worker. was not paid 17,420 extra to prepare disorderly conduct.

acqolsitkn, important, but not as

Street Department men will wear assessment maps and perform other So, whether fez-snatchmg is steal- attractive as Mrs. .YusL

A Salute to Old Glory flag dis- pastel green shirts and darker green engineering duties in connection ing as charged by Police Sergeant A new type Utscuard boat of Canrival Bar-**'

play and Court of Honor is being trousers.

with sewer installation in sections of Marry Lord and Patrolman William

laminated fiber glass construction Asbury Park. •»•»

planned for Friday, June 14, by Sanitation mat will feature tan the Riviera and Gartens areas, City Robins hasn't been determined.

the Ocean aty Historical Society, shirte with dark green trousers. Car- Engineer Joseph F. Hyland sold yes-

has been purchased trqm the Van track

To the Judge It was drunk and

•He eoUecOon of flags from the penters will wear tan costumes. terday, '

Duyne Brothers boatyard, of Lsv of kx

disorderly conduct. He found Richard wodd.

Museum will be on display in a The remaining workers will wear The charge was made In chancery C. Wiedmann, 19, of Mnnaaquan, and

Court of Honor outside the build, gray shirts and charcoal pants. division of Superior Court last week

new boat looks Uku the 17-

Douglas Schwarz. of Westfleld. both

ing, m Wesley av, at 10:30 a.m. lite uniforms may only be worn by Joel A. Mott, Jr., one of the guilty of drunken and disorderly confoot

ctbiker-tMlIt wooden boats,

Sea Scouts, Boy Scouta and Qlrl during working hours; never at home lawyers for me plaintiffs, who assert duct, not fez snatching, and fined

which have been standard on South

Scouts will parHeipate In the pro- or elsewhere, a directive from Com- ed Elliott received the sum in add! each youth $50.

Jersey beaches tor many years bat,

gram along with repn»ntatives missioner David U Simpson states. Son to Ms base pky of $6,440. The annual outdoor sport Of lex

according to its builders. It resMa

of local veteran organiiatiora. All personnel must be spic and wan "I explained to the court that El snatching as practiced on the board-

damage and newer needs re-psindns.

The earliest flag in the eoUeceach

morning. Foremen will Inspect liott was only paid the $7,420 on a walk has outraged Shriners of the

Dry, It weighs about as much aa a

Uon 1* a »«ar ensign and the

the men tor appearance,

per diem basis," Hyland said. "He Lu Lu Temple. Philadelphia. Some wuxjen boat, but unlike wooden boats

most recent Is a IMtar flag. Any- Also, for workmen who need mem received no further compensation have threatened to discontinue their It does not absorb water.

one having a flag with an un- the city will provide safety helmets to from me city,"

annual early summer weekends here

nid the new boat cost

usual number of stars who would bs worn during working hours. If a The legal action Is being brought if the practice isn't discouraged-

Bke to add it to the coUection helmet Is lost the city will dock the by some MO property owners who

is Invited to eaU Mrs. Prances workers who loses It, the dtaecHw ftove complained their assessments

vanQUder, curator, at 399-U01. states.

are bom Illegal and unfair.

ps,

Business Booms

Footloose Youths Mar

Weekend For Visitors

Business was booming and manic

the noise complaints this weakest

as the dry played host to Sbrtnsn

from all over the East, and thousands

of footloose young people hare

to let off steam.

Strollers on the bdanlwaaV *l«rwy

night complained Vt Ibc

people who abode tha "walk

between Tm and lllh sis.

those In trout of tws ant of ihi

way. Or, the

maids* a

tibto tor others to

Ttasfflc roaMd

streets until a late hour.

George C Weldle, 30, Robert

Balrd, IB, Charles M; BalardhvO,

JO. aU at Fassalc, ana Joaefb F.

Hunter, lft of CMtton, f& «ach *jr

the yoiwalon of hear Si a car.

Mspkded aantMBe and pot 6* a

t^aiVuNbatldn aOsr

apt Uth "tJk-WlMJlncI &•

. lUchard L. i

of HtvarsMa, M»i fawd mt


^, , ^.-^- — *U«o TK»f# at tte

User, tfartbofome* A. Dug* presents gen- linens eigbth grado*

MR eacenence awards to Lynn Cote and Grainger Photo.

Da

Mo and Chutes

p

P. Mctedr.

M. Titattt, «***• «i; C»rmcfia

C AWhmriL grade ftw; MtricU

A. Numey, gmte ioor; Laurie

*nd Oft.

•wanted to Keith W. Jack,

Methodists

wart

RMt & DnU,

"•*., . 'V .

«* SL Arigffc-

few aad I**iM It

««*; Cltfrfca T. tturpfty

Imn grade foor; Mir nil

• «

CITY.

Cud

Itae. IGdbnel Mayer. Guy W, Raab,

' D. SmritnAy and Deborah A.'

•T, grade Dun: Guy j. |

Germanic and Elizabeth A. Mayer.

ton*! Md

and Diane

the Board of MbskMB of the Evan-

Unrtud Bretnem Church,

be Qa*JUKt. on

and*

at T:« pjn.

A new feature Us year wfll be

the dteUai of tte Cuufen-un- into

flve aMM AiluiluWralion and Fi-

The*e wjfl becbanges Jn the strucnance. Benrvoimce. Christian facial

ture u( the local chiach as a result Concerns, Evangelism and tte I*ity

of the union of the Mettiodigt Church and Christian Fkhicntion. These for-

g tTnttttf Bretlwren ums, meeting dally, win rllsnuj tte

*£• to |MH

Ontrth at DeOas. Tcwg, in Apm, recommendations to the entire Oft

The mmhjjmlMiit means that the The chief new feature will be tile issues facing tte church and main

MM wffl «We to UttaL not at Cape Council on Ministries in each church. ference.

p

Mb COM* tfeOH. but bt

hi

hi h Atlantic

Atlantic

Atli Yhtt Council will plan and coordin- It is tatidpmttd that i,«PO dele-

Whtfttar fafre Coffiuo wm anate the mission of OK chnrch at all gates and visitors will attend tte

A cwcWffa imilwttately is not

age leiebL

Cotferenet, The arrangementa are in

but hU plan fa leave on a du*st speakers at the sessions will charge of the minirteM mi the of.

•May vacatkai makes It Blofly he incluBe Bishop Everett W. Palmer, a Ore «m of the nrst United Mttho.

dhanae ot 0» lame before his tottaer member of ftie Southern New diJrt Church of which tte Rev. Dr.

JeMe? Conference and d testflent Ush- William R. Gufflck is minister.

«« *Mf hMb

oprfihe Seattle Area. He wnl give

«te ft«MlMtriegdtty it appear* tte a series of Otree addrmg; Thurs. DEFINITION

w«y wouW be open tor the motel to day at 2 p m. and Friday at 2 p.m.

Retirement- When you wake up in

pp me rethe

morning with nothing to do and

Dr. John E. Shaefer, it Dkytm, m to bed with it only hall taw,

and the attfon ttf the ABC examiner

for Mental Diseases, 12:30 p.m., atored

for academic accomplishments.

Mac's Restaurant.

The Rev. Pelix M, O'Neall, ol the

* * •

St, Augustine's Church, presented a

Mainland Chapter, Auxiliary t« Certificate of Achievement and a

Shore Memorial Hospital Night al gift from the Rotary Club to Kath-

the Races I Harness Racing) at A» leen Trefa and Herbert Maim, from

lantic City Raee Track.

the Seventh Grade and Marianne

Flynn and Stephen Kyle from the

TOMORROW (Wadn^y)— Eighth Grade at St, Augustine School.

to

Shop

Mainland District, Boy Scouts ol Michael M. SuboUch, principal of

America roundtable, 1:30 p.m., inthe

Ocean City High School, made

the Central Methodist Sunday School the presentations to Elizabeth Kelly

basement,

and Larry Basi, Grade 12; Sara

* • •

StruekeU and Robert Allen, Grade

LJnvrood Elementary School pad- 11; Lorraine Pulvlno and Jeffrey

nation, 8:15 p,m.. In Belhaven av. Rubinstein, Grade 10: Kathleen

School.

Crockford and Donald Uurff, Grade

a • •

nine; Karen Reit mM John Qerken,

Somers Point Elementary School Grade Eighth and Deborah, Walker

graduation, 8 p.m., at Mainland Re- and Michael Wallece, Grade Seven.

gional High School.

Subotich and Rev: O'Neall thanked

* • •

the Rotary Club tor recognimng the

International Club international buf- academic accomplishments of these

fet nipper 1 p.m., at the home ol pupils, and expressed appreciation

Mrs. Bdward Shore, 807 W, Poplar tor Urn recognition pupils have re-

av., Unwood. Una] meeting until ceived froiji.thc Rotary Club over the

faU, \"

BOARDWALK AT 1M STBEET

OCCAM CITY

DINING ROOM IS

OPIM TO THE PUIUC

_ OPEN ALL -mm —

. • • • A

Mian* 609 S99-MW0

Unwood Oty Counc

p.m.

THURSOAY-

Mainland Regional HI#l School

graduation, I p m., at the athletic

field.

Somers Point Police Association

mMting, 8 p.m.

JIT SET

The only fcouble witti today'g dollar

is that it Menu to have been

built tor speed rattier than endurance,

— The Schoodic Scoop, Winter

Harbor,

Mwaod F. Mrkmnn

Wesident

Ownership- R. H. Bacon

V. P. & Gen. Mgr.

FRIDAY-

Unwood Post 383 American legion

meeting, I p.m.

* # •

Somers Point CiO> Council meeting,

7:30 p,m.

Nurse

Jl,190, about (75 more nan the conventional

wooden bouts, but If it lives

up to its expectations is should save

money over its yean of use.

Tests for tvould be lifeguards will

be conducted next Monday, weather

and (surf permitting. Lnfferty said,

He noted Hut an Thursday he win

be host to tap executives of beach

patrols from all South Jersey resorts.

Hie lifeguard executives discuss

mutual problems and set d»tes tor

lifeguard races, Lafferty said.

Time is the turner of truth,—John

Florin,

QK5

OF

Betf wishes for

Happiness and

Success

704 ASBURY AVMUE

EXPERT

Storm Window

and Screen

Repairs and

Replacement

FRfl PICK-UP

and DELIVERY

Ace Auto Glass

7th St. & Asbury Av«,

399-0055

Sflt. Fra««r Lauded

fipr Specially Tert

WIT ft VS. COMBAT AIR

FORCES, Vietnam — Sun Sergeant

Edwud M. Frmev. «m o« Mr, «nd

Mrs. .Earl R ftwr,


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IMfQNSt • ntnffK fOOBS

NVBSIN0 HOMES

ON PHONE

ORDERS OF

M.MM

Nursing and «EonDalt0tcnt Borne

OF iM- WUKgHG HOMES —

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CITY, M. J.

For Your Banking

Convenience....

Maty WoodhBDI

Doubl0-Ring Ceremony Unites

Mhs Madejowski, H, W. Gates

^ figetli flsi j gne^ of

hoaor at B bridal shower given last

Wednesday evwang to tbe home of

I Mm. Rosemary Mazzonl, 500 Batter-

» rd.

The table was attractively dec-

t orated in blue and white with wedding

bills,

• Thoae attendme wen BOM Carol

Brackley. Mrs. Betty Booth. Kits

Uw^ p.iit»^ Miss liiMia Guarradno,

BUM Jo Aon Herrtogton, Miss

Linda '**•*•*£*-— Mra. Marion Hater,

Mrs. All UMper, MlM Bunny

(Martin. Mlat CMnl Maaiodli. Miss

Jeanne Taccaruio and Miss Carolyn

Wallace. Sending gifts but unable

to attend were Ite JU BUeH,

Miss Marcda Famham, Miss Robyn

Mengci, Miss Pam Miles. Miss Fran

(Olney. 10M Vickl FuUeo and Mia*

Nina Sobkowiak.

FRIDAY EVENING HOURS

mm IN EFFECT

BRANCH

BANK OF TUCKAHOE

R*M>rt Parish**

churches were ainong

nounced by the Camden Dknaae of

the Roman Catholic Church thU put

w*ek. Tiw nHgnmwitt ar« effective

Saturday. June 15.

The Hey. Romeo Valcnte Is

ing to St. Auauatuw-* from Mt

Gurnet in Camden. and the Key.

Stanley Bat? ta comine to St. Frances

Cabrini from St. James in Ventnor.

The Rev. John Deniert 1*

leaving Sfc France* Csbrml to go to

Our Lady of Mt. Carmel la Qun-

den.

ADA. OHIO _ Albert tm

waod, Palermo, M. J,.

Bachelor of SCICMB in

gree from Ohio

during the OTth ^

nient Sunday June a. tm^tiotthm

la owned by the tent** " - -

Church with 2.20O KKML _,

hi colleges of liberal arts ahjlnrniing.

fc**M»>

av.

, in the home of

air «M

• • •

LMniMdnanatMliai « •Whal

Are Graphics" by Desmond Mc-

Lean, 1 p.m., la the Oeattre Art*

Center.

• • •

Dunlfcate

point gajM, Till an tt «• Atlantic

av.

Swank dub taMfaatai meeting.

ma pjn,. at^Stmmtf Rectawtf.

MorBan-Ram* Unit m American

Legion Auxiliary meeting, 1 p.m.

Luray Duplicate Bridge game. 7:30

tun.. In the American Legion Hal),

Mttt at and Havm ay.

THUMDAY-

SoropOmist dub installation dinner,

6:» p.m., at Daniels Restanrsnt.

Somers Faint Woman of the

the Mi* was attired ta a siik » Year to be honored.

solemnized June 1 at the First puna gown soled with mandarin

• • •

• * and yoke of Anjacen taee and Humane Society meeting, S p.m..

when Miss Anne Lovelace Made* leMuring a wattesu train edged in in the Youth Center.

JowsH, daughter ft Mr. and Mrs. mulching lace. An organza bow heid

• • •

John J. MacieJowaU. of Wenham, her tiered wll of silk OH

Baptist Men's Fellowship picnic

•., becana* OM brata «f Hanty ant canted a bouquet of dinner. Meet at the church 6:30

Woodhull Gates, son of Mr. andpink

and yellow naebuda.

p.m.

Mi* Robert F. Gates, of 365 Sea. The MM attendants won

Seabrlgbt rd.

of nile green organdy fashlone

far "Portrait of

Dr. James King and the Rev. high necks, tucked (rants and match- • PJB., ta the Creative Arts Center.

.Warfan Johnson ofH£lat£fI at file ing Jari^ts edgsd tamfffleg

«9 Wesley av. Finale invited.

Dior bow r

• • •

Marina, of Madison, was organist ensembles.

Lodge 171 F and AM meeUne. ?:»

Miss Susan Bobbins, of Wenham. For her daughters wedding Mrs. p.m. fBUowed by Masonic play "A

was maid of bonof t and bridesRialds Madejowskl chose a pink *Uk m- Gift In Secret- by Excelsior Scotwere

lbs. Samuel B. Cupp, Jr., of semble and a corsage if pink IM. Osh Rite Players promptly at g;3t

Carlisle, Pa., Mrs. Frijid* J. May, Ms and a white orchid. For, the P-ro. , ...

Jr., of Jamaica, N.Y., Mater of theoccasion

Mrs, Gates selected a "--

a taridegroom; Miss LynMe E. Mont.

.1 :.

Knroery, sf Wilmington, Del., and

fiat Susan R. Walsh of Hamilton,

Drama dkMN SM••-*"

Following a taMomeajHai at

Robert Franklin Gates, Jr., of

At Th« Art* C*n«r

The Margeury in Ipswich, Mass., the

Oiieajni; B,, was^ beat m^B fep nte couple left for a honeymoon a* T*ree-

The Cn«Uv» Arts Centrr is offer-

brother, and serving as ushers were

tat ckm«s and pmgrams In drama

Joseph K Hepuer. 3rd., of Newark, N.R They wUl make their bora* at

lor the •wnmeF aeaasL Incladed ta

mm oonfina; «u Be tt^ Qne

Hie Andevtr Newton - Theolmk^

Pa.. John D. MadejOwski. of Wen- School In Newton, Mast

ing Dnoe 'GBn^p^QgL . QB JBM^F

ville C. RoWnson. of Mew York,

year at DicBnson Ccikge and wul

Given In marriage by her father,

at Tufts. The brtdetMrjiB-was Ira*

uated from Dickinson College laat

Miss Booth Gumf

year ant la atteaduiB Andover Newton

Theological School in Newton,

At Bridal Shower

E €t

plays with Bert Griscan and Alice

dark.

talk A M BkB m achsd.

OM tor ho4b adults and cftUdmu

Under UH iBatenhin of AUM Ctark

p

n> b (aplm how actliai la acinrired.

bow to owlt •

Anattar Cl« wUl fee Him g

tor me amateur ifcotogranhar. ThUi

ran wiB Iwgte June S M t

Aitigned

by WOUam Mrl,iuu»llii at Vug-

The Yardstick

717 Atbiny Av#.

WAUTYFAWtKS

CUfTQM

•nil IN3TAtLATION$

"PATTi«NS & «1

399^636

Ctn MundNr. June M. fcr i

Oay wID

Juty.

Politics

«t the

>%ht aw >s ***t m•Mel

lakAiitanmaibyAi byAndnn

w hi navM u to* 0MB wko

knows sacond most concMning BM

whereabouts of Republican skeletons.

tip to now Uppi has made no move

in the camsakn. Hi says it is too

early. BepaHlioans believe he may

grve them sleeptaaa eights, though a

Democratic win is tbjt freeholder

race next Novemww (a regarded a»

«nct to "

NATHAN

LEVIN

['•'» \ ;.?o'.ks cit

i ( ;fi.r>«.v.liers no"*

OaMlaloeitannop

The switch it 00! Big sales main bio Meeka, an* M| wtock*

mean big lavktaa tor you. Take your pick from out IMP*, tec

flan and drtva home In the strongest, qulataat ftjrt Mr built

•I tin liaal full a wwim 1 itlaiinl II1I11 yini Wi mam lnwlnalir

Art now, whiH th» mippiy laitt.

See the light. Switch now

atyourFc»rd Dealer^ m

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Gtve Dad

these grand ones

Jan* 16 h his special day —

reason enough to choose special

shoes to delight him.

Dress, casual or leisure time

footwear, all masterfully

designed and constructed.

He'll be glad you thought

of grwng him thcic. «„

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)HS Commencement

Shapers Of The American D

Carwr

unCHy

ih School

I ftephan

Allegretto

. Artley

. Charles Armenia

Joseph Asplnwall

> Louise Ayors

Weaver Baker

ABB Bakley

Allen Bonks

i Theresa Bam*

, Frands Baian

Qall Beltfwr

[ Anne Bcnzon

Eric Bergh

Bejnd

r William BlUzard

Lerey Booth

1 Kathryn Boyce

1 Lou loMEtb

i Anne Brndin

Brsddey

F Ihomaj Brown

I, Lee Bnwnlee

Joseph Buecker

David Carter

William Chclf

Bo CWn

1 lames Coraon

I EUzaheth Coulter

Ann Custer

BUabetti Deu

Lym Del Corio

De Ifldide

HOH Di Cen»

I Anderaan Dixon, Jr.

bowatt

I Virginia DtAM

f Marie Eddkanaa

ridraon

Wesley BiMa

> David FaragbOf

FWUMIM'

Bemadette Fehrte

Allan tidier

.Kkthedne Flynn

William FogllD

I Blis For4 Jr.

Ludnda Gayls

Anw Graham

|lrwds Haffelfmger

: Ann Hamilton

Robert

r Junes BenrMck**. Jr.

1 Cecil Henry

t Walter TOlaman •

A James Hottman •

I Baton Holt, Jr.

I Janet HoweU

( Diane Hunter

1 Hyland . ,-

1 Gillian Ingte

t Christopher JanknwmM

w Lea Janklut

Ue Johnson

> tleba Jotauns • '•'

• Aim Johnson

I Lewis Johnson,.**,

1 Kay Jones

«i Aim Kelly

4 G Krause

' Jean Kruedelbai^

! Albert Kruk. Jr., '

U Ann Kuleam

[ Alun LandU

n Uncota Lawtoo

Ann Ueber

[.-Amos Madam

PriBCflhv E. Dean

McCarthy

•Patrida Erma Maaon

Barbara G. May

•Catherine Arm Mayer

Lucy Asn MaaaUa

Judith Marks McCarron

BUseii Ittthleen MeLeaa

WlUiani Melv-in

Williflm Lake MUUgBn

Deniel Montagna, Hi

Joyce Lynne Motley

Joseph ELnor Moyer

William Felt MuUer

•DUno Eartmra Murphy

Auhrey DameU Myers

Judith Ann Myers

Lynda Ann Myhre

Jnckson Neall, Jr.

Joka Alien Ncvim,

•Gall Lyw Nlitn

Alicia Jean O'GNdy

Ralph Spelgk- Oven, Jr.

John Walter Mala

Judith Marie Palermo

Nicholas Lean Palermo, Jr.

Ellen Beth Paul

Delia Lynne Pine

wftt

Griffith Mete

Jaequelynne Leigh Kehter

Charles Frederick Rinek, 1U

Gary John Riordan

Heanor Marie Rocap

Robert John Russell

Rudolph Anthony RydiewsM

•Karen Jean Sagerhobn

Lowett William Schlmek, Jr.

•Janis Elma Schneider

Anw Marie Sdtwan

Kathleen Q»ol Shaw

Stuart James Shriller

Karen Ruth Shropshire

Andrea Betty SmMh

Edward WUUam Smith

Kathryn Ann Snltti

Mary AUce Snlth

[fleholiis Monrot Smith

Janta BUiabeth Sprtngqr

Bruce Ernest Stees

Edward Barry Strmise

Louis Joseph Taccarino, Jr.

Judith Tirby

•Jama Efennls Turves

Veronl» Ann Towraend

RuUi EUen Treen

Marianna Lads Trunarco

MeUu Jamei TroM, in

Walter Mirvln Tueker

•Constance Elizabeth Turner

Linda Lou TusOn

Miry EUiabeth linger

Mark Louis Villaume

Louis John ViUcllo

"Hebeccm J«n Wallace

EUwheth Ward

Leon RiehanI Wamr

Lawrence Anthony Wamig

A)«en'Patricia Watts

n«d Lenard Wans, Jr.

t^heTh» »toW WlH»m«

Walter RMiald Williams, Jr.

Linda Louiie Wimer

Jol»i Jteigart Woodrow

•Mleharf MacBin Yentteh

Wrt Wri Honor* - GoM

TamA.iuil

St. Augustine's

Herman A. Ahrens

?0ieph M. AUeiretto

Joseph A. Botta

Charles J. Dougherty

Frank M. Florentino

Jerry R, Flukey

KlchardC.lJamnKWj

ChrJatophw "P. lawon

Walter J. Wm»

Mario J. Tfola

Marie iff,

rWdiM.

Ttea. A. Gm

Mary G. Castaldi

Lynn L, 0»to

Lee Anne OsUo

Pth M D«

Barbara A. Lanen

Karen A, Msthtt

athleen A.

Michelle M, Migeot

Cheryl Ann Palinnbo

Helen M. Hades

1 M. Sehmid

Sharon K. Scythes

'alerie V uidersBce

Mary Lee Ward

IdaJo A. ll

Upper

Township

Robert Amendt

Robert Bailey

John Benzing

Clifton ftnd

Llndsey Clartmon

John D'AgosUm

Michael DnBruille

Robert Hewitt

Jay JefMa

James Martin

Kenneth Newell

Wffllfim MehtJ!

Thomas Prottiit

Walter ProHltt

Ralph Sahms

Mark Schider

Tliomas Smith

Gilbert Terry

Jeifn-y Wali

Michael WolieM

Mm WoUeM

John Wyers .

Jrtin Young

Linda Austin

Fatrids Bailey

Deborah Bixby

Cynthia Biszi

Prisrilla Brnadley

Teny Dailey

Dorma DILuMo

Donna Errickson

Karen PMripio

Rutti Galiahan

Karen Hagelgans

Bowie Hasaen

Elizabeth Hajwa

Mnrjorie Hoem

galb/ Ivena

Susan Kalin

Dorothy Layton

Patricia Powell

Patricia Sohsrari

Karen Smith

EHsabeth Thorn

Darlene TuU

Alice Wanek

Norma Winter

Joan Wood 1

Darkne Woolley

Brenda Young

•Holt/ Younf

Linwood

Janet Lee Adams

CitherlBe Us AUBB -

Jeanette Marie Aimer

John Ml Barttctt

pttrlcla Ann Berkhelmer

Mellnda Jaoe Brney .

Stephen Alltn Btank

JoAane Patrtda Blooat

Mary Am fc^iw * '

Mary Am Boehner

Robin Marie Brady

KeviB AUan Braun

Joseddne Chlnnlol .

ri BBf-Vr* "—f*

Umifb

Michael John

Douglas John Dahmer

b AB Dani

2?sas

peter dark Krsldne

David Jonathan Fisher

William Cheater Friedsln

Jeffrey Froet

j ^ Dartse

Unas iatt Hansen

Georae Pwttr Heitrld. A,

Theresa D, HerUch

David

Gays

WllUam

Bette

Jean ;

Penny Ruth KIcfer

Rnld Bamtt Kirk, n

Maty Alma Kfcby

WOUam Roland Uawt

Stephsi

Paul Roy L«wi»

Melissa Kathryn IMnfMnM

Parry Warren Lud

Debonth ABB Louis

Kathy AMI Lucchhl

Joni MlidB^ linger

John Henry Martin, TH

Patricia Sue Marttn

Mlrti 0 ^ Abm MasttaA f

Sheiyl ABB Mason

Hallett Hoknet Methews

Keith Alan Matfliani ~J

Steven Michael Hn

Nancy Jane Mllla

Thornas Alan Nelson

Shelley Nethenrood

Billie Gene Newaome, Jr.

Roger Scott Off

Elaine Louise Farms

Pamela Sue Pieratt

Barry Lawrence Ptocia

Anthony Etnar FMritt

Charles Woe, 17

Mary Jane Price

Russen Stephen BajUda

Sharon JLee MMIS

OabJ Eugene Roberts

Gary Lane Robinson

William Charles RucMerow

Floyd Douglas Rulon

Lynn Saate

David Allan Sdbal

Stephen Jon Sdbal

Ernest Harry Soott, W.

Dennis Qirl Smestad

IJnda Carolyn Smith

Sharon Gradean Bmlth

Karl Joseph tMBseen

Jean Tberesa TUarlco

•arbmm Jean Thompson

Allen Wayne Truman

H, Soott Uhrmiom

Karl WUUam ^tln Wart

Gail PaMda Vlncek

Robert Eric Wahlquist

Roberta Let Waters

Susan Eileen Weaver

Robert Arnold Wheaton

Paul Ailing Wolcott. Jr.

Nancy Sue WOBUD.

Barbara Jane Yaun

Jeffrey Dhrrell Zink

St. Joseph's

Jay AspiBwall

pton Braddock

Kenneth Bradley

John Brennan

John CaBaghan

Kenneth Carlson

David Checchio

David Dwyer

Jeffrey Edwards

DovtdPord

Patrick Gaskill

Robert Gbsser

Thomas Goodwin

John James

John Laird

MarwMaUs

Kenneth Mareantonlo

Frederick Marinda

James Marshall

Robert Marx

Richard McGlynn

Eugene Murtheno

Donald OUara

Salvatore Pahnisano

Thomas PhUllps

Andraw MM- '

Ronakl Ililliii i

Charles Ross

Deanis Invr^^ , *

BQaiiugl Soa^aiMV * •' • •

Robert Strsck

Mart Adiuos

Albert

Neil

Lwurie Lym Cranmer

T l A SUria

BobtrtN. Dofley

Gregory Thomas

Lynn lord

Jala H- m*ee

Robert L, FU.W, ft.

Judith Aiwda Gan^

Mole Gory

G

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oAm Theresa HefflensW

Junus F. Helm

w

played last Wednaday eVHitee. Ton

were made by tote Majw

and Margo Garttand. «W4. and Rum

ABn Bosbyshen and Ann HaiabalL

Bdy and Dot VMlt, Dean

B^rd and Gerry Widtaw and Peter

Mney, #r. and Mn. Pete Haley.

Bncwoad Dunocahs BrtdBe oanwa 1

•R played every Sunday and Wad-

BBsday at 7:« p.m. at «fi Attorn-

Hit av.

To O

r ^fw^nP w §

1001

•h-

_ . j - ^ i

lsitors ::,

Wm hopm your stmy here h a pleasant one. ,

IN THE MEANTIME . . .

WHY NOT CONSIDER EVENTUALLY MAKING THIS

IDEAL FAMILY RESORT YOUR PHtMANiNT s

PLACE OF RESIDENCE,

YOU m um m m

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MWBEUL'S

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^nwiwl Eighfh

The IHK of the

•Bon BYae". fab**-tagrafc

wiU give the Introduction, Nancy

will apeak on Bom Free, Jamie

Glenn , m mm Md

•la an In Mew Yak City.

TOs orriistnii will mark one dfine

of me IJtta Oerttso

ffew S&t^i

nay n wldety known as

H» pobbc to

tavtted to

Here Denise Guerriw receivei the reUfion

award- At right Is Robert Strack who won

the general excellence award. — Onunger

Photo.

To Enter Gettysburg

William C. Ferguson. Jr,L will he

graduated from South Plainfield


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"JSJ

. O J» W P.M.

Arguing for Onl rMponslbUlly on Does the problem lie hi the fact and damp clothing. 1Hs means ttat

balance-M-payments grounds ob- that balances of American dollars Men should be a door leading out-

12 NOON scures an important aspect of theheld

abroad keep increasing? Isn't aMe as well as ale connec^ng it to

A rasjawMf tf

fiscal problem. If the flscal steps we mat like a businessman worrying yg the kitchen.

Mi •)•« MM.

take ore to be Judged wholly or because his potential customer! have

mainly by their impsot on the pay- acquired more purchasing power

399.9851

t ljKdt It faf Hffe buy his goods?

fay Copt, Frag lowton. MrMsr

If foreigrien hold larger douar

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Continuous Wobther For^cisfft To to Originated In O

WASBWOTCN —

weather fcnon Mid warnings lor

the Atlantic QtaMMM City an*

w)U be brwidcast directly tan a Ht>

dk> station at the Wwlhtr Bun»u

starting Tlmrsday (June 13) at U:30

tt nt* • _^

The wither program, wim Man

emphasis on marine conditions, will

be broadcast 24 hour* • day over

the Very High I*eqiieney*M hmnd

at 16G3.S) megahertz (megacycle).

Since thU ftequtiiw !• rtove 0*

•ttnd.nl FM band, wkkk terminates

at Mi megahertz, ^«tal rmlveri

•re wnwy to jiek yp the weather

transmissions. The public wiU

wmnaqgs.

The AtsMMo OtyOoum CUy are*

win he tMa tttt taaatJai in tb* tt*ted

Stetsa ID. haw conUnuaua waathsr

inoamlMtMl «t Oil* type, aocordhc

to the OMSIUIIISII of Ommataf

Lions Install

New Officers

Rev. O. Rkiml Gutisoo HM

at ooaatal

MM to ba addsd d«fto|

wiUb.

the Graat

mldifsst ''tornado twit*'

The new wsaflter ra4k> tnuarakv

win orlglnata at ttw WMnsr

Burasu facility at Urn Naomi Avsfttkm

Facilities ntparhnanjat

rind these receivers available at radie

equipment outlets In all price

UM hack* can

Boat owners with an FM radiotele-

can Mtjjritalstt them-

phone may need only to Insert a

162.55 megahertz crystal In ft clear

Assassination

of 300 mtRum people I

of county

would be greatly

with Swrtih Intensity

by a bill which Is passing

|faa I figlslatiinr*

were watching the ptctor*

but tbto *^—

Senate- naspage on Jim S

> *M QritLdnd a* an

,«f kisMr nle and a slap

rapmttng (he fiice to local planning board

members but it pasted the Senate

S Water «rf»T&2 caliber target by a two-vote majority.

! tSSR bUnseU world famous. Critics of the measure centered

• tet, had ante himself all-powerful. their attack an a provision that re-

" i him as superior to kings quires county board approval of sub-

•ivadg or

be • fttree B^B.T5tobea The State League o»:

tatfr^asbing u the

--1 to n#*i

•Qd the New Jersey iqsriHntion of

Chosen FreehoMera now appint the

•hould Mo* fe,* difficult ques- measure after five year* of debatof

fl*> pf*». It involves ing Its worthiness*

„ Kit wife* makas a news-

I «r a tadtf station try to do the TREKS: — New Jersey's dynamic

fruit Industry 1* undergoing many

tha #MNam, and the impact of the moat striking changes In the

«rslv*» it an Influence with (rlcaltoral picture of the State.

«the nedhun is used without In a fjtaward lumauuiali'd m Gig

"New Jersey (Mauri and Vineyard

Survey" pfepand *tf the New Jen

Kennedy is 24. He wat Crop Reporting Satvicp. State

•hot down. It wiU be inter- Secsetnry td A#rW»|ttur* Phillip Al

„,.«-, IMS. SMwft BMura Sirtum ampi add nrbanizatidn «f some of

set while the first Kennedy tragedy the traditional center*, ofi fruit pro.

ducthai has tweed n»s*ation into

new areas.

that ttwee shall be 4 *istioe Advene weather in Ascent yean

lor «ll irttl •" r trial Is also has curtailed actual frWt production

to

who but results of the rntriw reveal a

et Ik* pB right to povBnUal Soc* ^BflnlOBapSfl&r is^eafcEr

IS CfillC do rt the JaU Beach production and matHUntion

of the level of output ssl ofher butts,

be MM.

KM.. WADER:

•n was B total of

the Qvil Service Carnpils- New Jersey acres in appte or-

1 been alternately praittd chards. They contained 467.115 apple

r BiWii:**! *fcmML Hie beat that can betrees.

Acreage in peach orchards in

1

(Tin**. Mid cl It Is ant it has taken par- MCT totaled 15.874. There were 1,pn,.

tisao politics out o* hiring federal 431,839 peach trees in the- State.

Thftrc ate also 9,325 ncctraine bees

IS Mew Jersey.

JIGSAW: — The New

ighway Authority, which

the Garden State Parkway,

permission by the.Gov-

It could issue bonds or

under a bill passing

the Legislature . . . Municipalities

may make emergency 1

study collection, auditing and dlstri

button of the sates tax ... A bill

to give Hudson aunty a second

chance to put a night harness track

In fteaueus is spending in the Legislature

, , . New Yorkers who commute

to New Jersey lace higher

taxes so their incomes under a hill

which has cleared the Legislature

, . , Minimum milk prices for milk

sold out of stores in South Jersey

during Jane will be 27','i cento a

quart, 50 cents a half gallon and M

cents • gallon, /while in North Jer

sey fl» prices wtU be 87 cents

quart, 49 cents • half gallon, and 92

cents a Ballon . . , The legislative

Cbmmiarion on State Tax Policy has

recommended that no further sales

tax exemptions be extended to cMc

groups and fraternal organizations

. . . Shellfish beds In Udal waters of

Delaware Bay above the Southwest

Line have been dosed by the State

Department of Conservation and Economic

Development , . . Last June

the nation recorded 4MB traffic

deaths, including SO fataHM In New

Jersey ... Dr. Richard E, BJork, of

Rochester, NX, has hew

Vice QyutesDor of the

pertinent of Hitter EduoaUoa

New Jersey farm real estate value*

have Increased 6.5 perctnt over the

past year - '. ^ New Jert^a f^tt

Industry is moving to the southern

counties . . . William G. Coward.

assistant difector of tne Hew Jersey

Division of Local Finance, will retire

July i after 42 yean with tbe State

agency . . . An estimated 300,000

chicks were hitched in NEW Jersey

during April,

CAPITAL CAPERS:—Instant town

is being pawn an mare loan 3JM0

acres In New, Jersey by sod growers

. . . The Legislature is atted*

uled to override a veto of a bill by

Governor Hughes which would grant

to "ham

BBproprtations for costs caused by

QmSON, MISSMRIV crvfl disturbances by a blU which

» MM Wi la has daared the Legislature . , ,

*"* IWft 'L1***fP-1 Tfcc Oeneral Assembly has authorized

of a ootrunisMon to

11 formally iMUDcd as prandent of

the Ocean City Uons Oub at oeremoolo

Um W«ksMd*y cvninc at

Fort-OCUL Insfatfllni; oflJow was O.

P. Andtnon. Lkm district governor-elect

for South Jersey, from

the NorthflekHJnwood dub.

Other officer* installed included

nrst Vice President William Roadarmei.

3ncond Vice President John

Carew, Ttrird Vk» Preskfcnt Robert

Alken, Sacrstsiy Sam Sullivan,

Trenaurer Tbomaa Uunderwood. Tail

Twister UA FrnMnOur, Uoo Tamer

Lew Austin, director* Inr two

years Dick Chan and Oaolspi LuoV

lam, dlrectm for one yoar Charles

Hanthom and FMnk Unger.

During tne, meeting, • nommt of

silence was beld in memory of Robert

^p^UHlt a rrffflflT dacn^^

member of the duk,

Governor AwilfUMl BMte the following

awards tor wmTiillva y«rs

of petted attfnrtanre: Aubrey Metd,

IB yearsi Charlw HMtham. 10 year.;

Jerry Somnwr. Bcnwd Unrii, Gordon

Smith. MVcD yMUW John Gilbert,

five JMBII; Thomas WUlUms

and Wllluun RMgamel, four years;

Thomas Underwood and Edward

Know Your Ward, three yean; ttev. Garrison,

two years; Robert Aiken. John Carew.

Richard OBBS and Samuel Sul-

Lawmakers livan, one year.

PassMl MMA

Outgoing MMM Thomas Wil-

U.S. SENATOR OJFPORD P. liams announced that

CASE, Room 463. Qkl Senate Build- Broom and Bulb Sale

kg. Watttngton, D.C, 20S15.

a quite succwful. Persona still

U.S. SENATOR HARRISON A, wishing to purchase brooms made by

VTLLIAMS, JR., BOMB m, Od Sen. the blind may do so at Ron Davis

ate Office BulkBr*. WasbingltolJ. DC

20615,

W.

SANDMAN, JR., Room IfflfJ Lone

worth House Office Building, Washington,

D.C., 20BI.

Mi MMMi

GOVERNOR RICHARD J.

HUGHES, The State House. Trertno,

NJ.. OSUt.

STATE SEHATOR ROBEKT E.

KAY, 107 E. Wikhvood Mr,, WUd-

KJ, 083(0. I

~ M

radio operators special

license plates bearing their csll letters

. . , The Legislature Is scheduled

tentatively to end Its budneM

session during the week of June 34

but there Is no certainty of it

Cpt. Threat Awarded

Aircrewman Insignia

(JOBM) HUBPHU BAI, VIETNAM

(FHTNCT May 28 — Marine Lance

Corporal Tony D. Threet, 20, son of

Mr .and Mrs. Robert B. Threet of

18 E. Ocean Heights av., Llnwood,

ttj,, was avrarded the Combat Alrcrewroal)

Insignia.

He received the award while serving

with Marine Medium Helicopter

Squadron 364 at Phu Bal Air Field,

south of Hue, Vietnam.

Flying the CH-4S "Sea Knight", he

helps to move troop* to and from

combat areas, move supplies and

make medical evacuations.

Hlii squadron is a unit of Marine

Aircraft Group 38, First Marino Afreraft

Wag, , , ,

1

MHty, and MSTBW ,

and anafoiwUr*

The signal win be npbryt

Not only wjTJs,

there

*••'' irve tmsd

tana at the W

•HMnl public, ba

towar of ndk> statkm wTPO •

few mils* *fsst «t AflMste C6>.

msiloo to such

tfa

ReUnbls nevtkm 4tstaao* W'w>

tlmatvd at « ndlea from fh* antenna

lite — ataattr najn may be

posslbk rtspend1n» on tattain, on-

HI.; Honolulu.

struoUons, and leualunt asaMIMty.

Mo.; Miami,

This Weather Bureau proBTwn has P», FU-: N

many puiuusu. Amoos tbsae Is. faat- Chton and

er dissemination of troergmey vwtn- Oiartes and New

er wamtnaa o( aevare local alomia, Charlecttn, ac

hurricanes, tornadoes, and floods. Boaton, Itoss.;

The wunloss will be directed «•> fta nandam aid

eraUy to the public and specifically 'Osllt

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Entertainment was provided by Joe

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and wives attended.

SENATOR

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kr of Columbia Scholastic Presg Asioel«Uon

rvln Chief, SALLV SmUCRat, NANCT YoUNOiK

Editors, NANCY HOWBUL, RUTH JHTTOS

Bwlneu Bfttor, SUiAN WLLE

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BOn DRIfOOjjj Typing Editor, SANDV BnM^

y.tor, , SCOTT HAND Cartoonist, CARL CAR COLLINS

rurally ll Advltor, Adl JOSEm M. M BONNER

I'' QCCftN City, H^,, TUWPAV, JUNI 1|, uM N,

Expression Of Thanks

t M^ent Tiieiday. Billowi staff members were the

lie Sentinel-Ledger at a banquet given In Watson's

n. The highlight of the evening wai the prtwntaque

to Mr Vlrwent Mkhelotte by Connie J.nkiiii,

ws editor-ln-cnlef,

_:Tjlichelette Is editor of the SentinBl.Ledger md

fot him, it is poiiibi* for the Billowi to be pubil/ihed

*-«it the year. Mr. Mlchelette ipendi much of

.. _ that tn« Billows la properiy laid out and

Editor!, always find him more than willing to

» questions or help with any problems they coma

Oe preparing the paper for presi.

en on the plaque were the lines:

Vincent T. Mlchelette

In Appreciation

The Billowi Staff

1987-1068

n, in this final edition of the Billows, we would

; Mr Michelette for all his time and effort.

HOME

OF THE

SPHUT DRUMMERS — To arouse spirit for the state

ill tournament, each school activity and class Hallis, Jim Dixon, John White

and Eric Johnson.—Jenkins Photo.

OCHS

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when the was was

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summer and winter. Hero Mowie BosbraheU "hang« flv

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SCIINTIST — Mr. Totten

demonstrates the "proper"

way to conduct a chemiitry

laboratory expeflment.

RIUIVU BA. DISRIE

Mt. mMASMTT, IOWA — Oareis

McGinley, ot IKS Fermlale rtl, was

amuil the ISO seniors gradiiBted In

the 125th anniversary oammincemeit

aterclsa at Ion W«leyan COIIMB

June 3. Miss McGlnley rrat-ivfrf a

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bacfc Jftfe tt> Mtat AdaHtion.

the achm* production. "Tike Her, She's

to if.)&aWtTiowW, Joyce BrwHii, MM

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I Everytlme a plane flew

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on the nearby Baseball Odd,

t-Wb.ni la-he? I can't aee hlm-oh,

If• only the governor,"

ta, trying

Its set dignified like we'd been Mid

1 should. There were 10,000 people

- and It tooted lite it. Then a

;• helkopter circled and Unded;

time It was the President. Tbe

high ickMl band began to play "Hall

to the Chief", and the college orchestra

^ve up «• "pomp and Or-

Just before 9:30, Dr. Robinson, Secret

Service agents and President

Johntan came out of Bunee Hall onto

the ptarfbrm. For a second I didn't

reMgnte him because of the cap

and gown be was wearing. The crowd

guve Urn an enthusiastic standing

ovation.

In a tew minutes he began his FHrLAOEUHIA — Atan V, Moony.

eral ilnws thai hu puwow ft ,

ing and ours tfMuW be to leave the Moony, who received his BAA.

worid "A Mtfle mor» orierly than from the Univenlttf of ol Miainl and

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For Mainland Graduate* Music Committee. Paul Well, tte greatest blesslsn.

The teadilni material Is the irad.

and Walter Fredericks.

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ed Scripture Presi series, "nwJO. The Key. Dr. Albert S, Layton,

day event will dose with a ipedal speaking about "A Pattern tor liv-

program for the parenu on Wday ing," delivered the Baoealanjeate

evening, June M.

address to the graduuling class ft Quarterly Gregory's

Ihe sehooi begiiis at 9iM each Mainland Regional High School last

weekday and ends promptly at Sunday, June S, Dr. Loylon Is pas. S«t At St, James

11-JO, Transportation and informs. tor tor the Central Methodist Church

Uon may be obtanwd by raUiW of Unwood, He was introduced by

The Fuirt Quarterly meeting of RESTAURANT

399-7619 or

Robert A. Oldis, supertnWidem.

St James AME Church wUI be held

Tuemtoy at I p.m. wtBi the pre-

Other partldrmita In

siding elder, Rev. H. U. Brlghtman & BAR

were flie Rt. Rev. Mag

In chane. All pregkkrtii of me f00 SHORl ROAO

boards and aujdUaris must have

St. Barnsdette, Northfleld, »*n of

SOMERS POINT

fered the Invocatton and •enedie-

(heir quarterly reports ready at mis

tion; the Rev, William B. Thleklng,

time.

pastor of Bethany Methodist Church, Plans have been made lor m. BMAKf AST SERVED

Somers point, who delivered the "Thousand Dollar Summer Rally"

Scripture reading, and the Rev. Kurt to be held at the church Sunday,

W. Prank, partir of Saaview Bap. September 1. Charles Spenee is SPECIAL

Ust amreh, Unuwod. who oMered chairman and will be assisted by

the prayer.

10 captains and their co-workers. Businessmen's

Under the direction of Mrs, «ga' Captains named at this time are

duttle the Mainland Regional High William Canauest, Mrs. iarah Served Every Day

School choir presented "Jew, Joy of Banks, Mrs. Bessie Lyles and Mrs.

ilan'i Desirini" and •" —— — • Kathleen Sample. Others will be

named at a tater date. Tile Rev, EXCELLfHT FOOD

My Mends were poor hut honest. W. i leott is pagtef.

Shakespeare

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us can hardly aHord mat. Enquirer, Opew 7 A. M.

Cincinnati.

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in The Sentinel

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REFttESENTATtVE QHARIES W. * givtB UB onr hMta«*? When you look at.the IMMtft sou Me the days of network radio —

; • . . • • . . . •

MIO1HAN. JR., Room OfiW Lono> tea A^mo, Cortffior. jN«rt^tor, tte^fflor»WS^ , dozens of radio shows such as.

worth House Office Building, Waa]»-. *

Rudy VaUw Hour, Showboat \

In^kv O.C., M615.

echoes of the very recent pastr

ENTERPRISE—One of the

service* carrie4 a bulletin to M

wireglhe OUMI- day.'W* bswp

Henawdy oft dow alter »hbMi

shows blood. We regret must

for this shot," saM the lmlle

have been printed somewhere,

we didn't see it

STAMPS—These special

stamps which inrSMfli wl

basis haF«iit«»eDj« to ns.

They don't loot lite V. S.

more Uke CbffcWlM i***

stamps look ttmn UK poMage 1

special lMu«*. What's mwe, ste«

the office) pdstaae meter wnich_

P collectors buTthey are

at for licking and sticking on

14,

STRONG

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band7:30 tsip^. —Coo

111 BJD. -

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hVMkhf Oria) CnRriflai, Mmm.

H C*mln» «|ata

* «r. Md Mwy av,

•!•¥* WMR ItMgnfit

Sunday Service — U u , '

Sunday School — limn.

Wednesday Meeting _ | p,m,

Reading Rom opeo dally, nooo to

9:30 a.m. - Graded Sunday School

classes for each member el the fam-

3 p.m.

"The Lord Is my rock, and nor

fortress and my deliverer; my God,

my strength, in whom I will truitj

my bicUer, and the horn of my (mlration

and my hirt tower," '

ily, a Lyle QlmstMd, general n.

- MomtaB Worship.

'God's Facts for Father."

11 a.m. — Nursery.

7:30 p.m.—Evening Worship. "The

^ 879 J 88th Season

OCEAN CITY

TABERNACLE ASSOCIATION

OCEAN CITY, NEW JERSEY

SUNDAY, JUNE 16th, 1968

9:00 A.M. and 11:00 A.M. — Identical SmvlcM

OCEAN CITY TABERNACLE, WESLEY AVENUE

BETWEEN 5TH and 6TH STRUTS

AMPLE PARKING AT TABERNACLE GROUNDS

ELMER G. HOMRIGHAUSEN

Dean, Princeton Theological itmlnary, Princtton, N. J.

NO EVENING SERVICE

JUNE 23.1968

— TRUSTEE'S SUNDAY —

9O0 and 11:00 A.M.

BISHOP FRED G. HOILOWAY

Resident Btehop, West Virginia Area

The Methodist Church

SHILOH

at, i

10

11

MB

THE MIAN CITY SINTINIL-LIDOIR

CHURCHES

I p.m.—TnwtBo

7 p.m.—T«mn meeting.

R p.m.—Prayer meeong.

tt, MMUfflNI'l ft. C

1M at, aad l

a.m.—Church

U a.m^-Moraing Wormhlp

6:45 p.m.—Ttoung People.

1.30 p,M.-B¥anfeUitle ierviee

T;« p.m.-Prayer meeting

•T. JMIPH'f B.C

rd. •«• Hatv la,

C

7 and I a.m.—Masses

7:30 to S p.m.—Confessions

Bible

speaks CHKISTIAN Mto

you

RADIO MRIEt

TMI« SUNDAY

Do ¥«u rt pp

IH. Kurt B, tmtu

mm BJB- — ctnn* Mart,

11 a.m.—Morning Worship

•;1S p.m.—IWT •.'•:• :

7:30 p.m.—EveniDg Service

yianiiiiTr

7:30 p.m.—Prayw meeting

* " • •

MR U»Y M IMIIMn tU

Wa*k* md Ptptar a«M.

i^n-.T^.-mjf f 3WSJP%/

UTHIL

Godfrey-

This verse from Psalms is part of

i a. urn..

Sword of the Spirit"

of the Responsive Reading in this

week's Lesson-Sermon to be read in Diwetot ol Mudc, Henry V, Lop.

and

all Christian Science churches Oils er. Organist, Robert V. Auen.

Sunday. Subject of the Lesion is "God Parking on Wesley av,, next to

the Preserver of Man."

church.

1 a.m. — Mas*

.SoiooL

Selections from the denominational

.to VM pm, -

: worship. textbook, Science and Health wtth 9:90 a.m. - Opening Session Doily

Key to the Scriptures*' by Mary Bak- Vacation Bible School, each weekday 7:30 u - Mam

BAPTIST

er Eddy include the following: "IfMonday

through Friday for two4:30

to 5:30 and 7:30 to Silt pjn.we

are Chriitlans on all moral ques weeks, 9:30 aJB. to noon. Classes

tions, but an in darkness as to the for four year olds ttirough teem.

physical exemption which Christian-

S, 9:19,10:30 mm, and 8:30 pjn —

ity includes, (hen we must have more 4;» p,m. — the Fnsfcyteiy of

faith In God on this subject and be

•«• af Hah> Baya «>• •«• al W

West Jersey, First Presbyterian

more alive to His promises." Church, Beverly.

ScJwoL

• • •

pm.-MorBiB| WfOltt,

iwrom-

ST. JOHN'S LUTHIMN

FeUowshlp prayer groups meet i:90, I, i:10 ajn. and 6;» paw—

ftth *. Md M m «v-

MlU.

thraighout the day,

Rmr. D. Ktakar«1 Oirnwi, piMr TiM B4n, - Midweek "BlUe Study M FfMaya -

Itour" meets in the Sunday School f aolftM

ienneillflte Choir n- 9:15 a.m. — Church School Building. Fellowship and Bible study

U a,m. — Ine Servlee. Dedication X. Lyle Obflstead, song leader. MJR LADY OF MOB COUMML

of Dally Vamtion Bible ichool teach.

•LC,

BAPTIST CHURCH am.

•A m, mt Jubatv av,

UilS p.m. — OIK Luncheon,

L«d Wsslsy av.

Wadra^ay-

Rav, Jwrk ItfCauiar,

Plymouth Dm, men welcome. lh

- - • • • ( • •

wrifH, D.D., PaMtr 11 a,m. to 1 p.m. — Church L[.

btary.

HOLY TRINITY EPISCOPAL

_ Sunday Miml with • p.m. — Senior Choir

11* m. ana Cantral •«.

every member of theMomUy

ttrmt JIM M- R«*. OiariM L. Wa»i, D.Ed., ndM>

J. Redding, general

4:10 to e:3C< and 7:30 to 8:30 p.m.-

9.Us30 a.m. — Vacation Bible «Uy (FrMay)-

Conla»ian«.

School.

B:SO a.m. - HOT/ Coromuiilon

( im.—Worship Service, Or-

*•*•*-

ivnaay (Pint S«o*.y attar Trtahy)

David P. Wright, David

g, 9. ID and il a.in.-Ma»seB.

MACEDONIA METHODIST

. vocalist. Message by Pu-

8 a.m. — Holy Communion Haly Itayi-

. Baby Deditttlmis

1M at.

10 £m. — Morning Prayer and 7, 8, and 10 a.m.—Masse*.

n, —Supervised nursery

Ancanaa Sr.. pMMr Sermon,

• • •

I km.—Junior Oiurch for ages

Sonoar-

,;30 p,m. - Evening Prayer OCEAN CITY TABERNACLE

t, conducted fer Butti Vanfler. 9:M a.m. — Churoh School 4 p,m, — Family United Thank Qfr Wariay n, M H M M.

10:45 a.m. — Morning Worship ferini service at Holy Trinity Oath.

; Service at Crest

S p.m. — Evening Service edral inltentnn,

(inducted by.Ladies Bible

- • • •

Iwiaiy thrwth W Sal***-

TM« ORIOIHAL CHURCH «F MB Diocesan Boys Contereiiee at the

erviee prayer meeting IN CHRIST

Hotel Alvyn,

;vcning Qospel Servlee. 11 I. M *•

, song leader. The Your«

R«. A. LH Hall pMNr

CENTRAL OCEAH CITY UNION

. Jonire MeElhcnny, Ar-

CHAPEL

. Lots Beattie. Message by I pjn. — Taping ol s^rice for

P Wright.

radio

i pjn.—Supervised night nur-

#. ana Cartral a*.

1:45 a.m. — iunfiay Schtnl

FrMay—

10 BJn. — Seryta! broadcast orer

—11:30 am—DaJly Vaea- radio station WSLT

10 a,m. - Oiurch BOmA with

School. Janet Rontos, di XL mm. — Morning Worehlp classes tor all ages,

em pjn. ^fpWW

U a.m, - MMnlng Wor*iB. Rev,

I p.m. — Evening Service George K. Habel of Mantoa BapttBt

amrch, Upper Darby, Pa,, sperter.

h-Midweek tewire con-

Title "Our Father's CUM". Text, I

r ftutor Writfit. Biuy Gra. t B.M, —

Peter 8:141.

' Him, Thou Art Tne

' «rtual film of Crusade in FIRST

Nursery care In the BeginnerB

v Illinois

Mi tt. ana Watlay av.

1

Mhr- *

4:M to S:tf and 7:80 to I p.m,— 1 and I BJiL-lta

Confession*

4 n S and 7 tt StlO p.m.-Conte»

S'»; 7:45, S. 10,11 a.m., nmn and slorw

p.m.—Masses

I 9:30. U

CHmtT

W MM

LINWOOD COMMUNITT

h*. Mm Win. KaM, B.D.. vkar

mi»T {•«•*•? >4Mr TrMrl- itM Man r#.

8 am —Corporate Communion for

Fathers and Sons.

I a.m.—Boly Communion, The nur*

9:45 «.m.—Church Schdo!

sery and Mnoerprten wUl be op« n am—Morning Worship

during the I o'clock service each S:30 p.m^Youm FeonK

Sunday.

7130 pjn^Eveniiw tables

U a.m.—Holy Communion. The

nursery will be open during uie U

o'clock service each Sunday.

4 p.m.—Diocesan United Thank Offering

Ingathering Service at Holy

Trinity Cathedral, Trenton,

* * •

ORACE LUTHIMN

man rd. Md M«w M.

8ajn--MM-

R«. Chirtas Mnck Jr., MMr

S to ii» p^^OoB^rton*

B:U a.m.-Oiurch School

9:30 and 11 a.m.—Morning Worship

and Qiuroh Nursery

•niuridiy^-

7:80 p.m.—Senioj

Room durini serviees.

1968

1 One of the earliest rnnotforw a chfld toeperiences

ia fear. And from the Ant kmd

uoise that awakena him until the moment

of his death h* knows no day without tha

recurrence of gome foreboding danger.

From the tteginninK of time religion has

been our tested anfidote to the poison of

fear. In the dark forests of antiquity, on

Choir rehearsal the boiling seas of exploration, in the f ox-

« • •

holeg of modern strife, men have calmed

BETHANY METHODIST

A n rd. and Brighten av.

tha body's trembling with the soul's faith.

Raw. William ThWklB«, pasMr We have faced the unknown, the hostile,

through trust in the Known, the Faithful;

9:45 a.m.—Oiurch School

g and 11 a.m. — Worttip Serv. jl a.m.—MonUng Wonhlp

we have challenged the insurmountable,

in. Speaker Or, Elmer G. Homrig- B p.m.—MYT

confident in the power, of the Almighty.

liauson. Dean of IVinwton Theoloj;- 7: JO p.m.—^Evening Service

Sow essential, though, Oat each genera-

W«ln«d.y-

Chaplain ol the day. Dr. Alexander

7:30 p.m.-Prayer meeting

tion passes on our Faith to the next! Who

. dam deprive a child of the chance to con.

S. Smith:

LINWOOD

* *s *

; quer fear? Who Would rob his^s^'s soul

BAPTIST

FRANCIS CABRIW R.t

of the Christian heritage martyrs died to

St. mt ArUnHc av.

preserve!

Rtv. Srtnl^ B«T, pHW

Bring your children to God's House every

Oaliy-

I a,ni, — M»M

Sunday.

•hinUy-

4 to 5:30 anj T:30 to ( p,m. —

Confessions

THE CHURCH FOR All ...

SWKMy-

. . . All MR THE GHU8CH

1, 9:30 and 11 tx-Tti. — Masses

The Ctiiireh H Hi* gfssfnt fsdor on

•arth fcr MM buMlf* al AwatMr wid

Mainland Churches

gsad iHbMUtilp. It h m ilsnhauw of

(pJrHual valUH. Without a ilramj

1OMIRS POINT

Church, nalthir dwiwaacy Mr dvUlm-

1km can lurvlv*. TtMr* in fauf Hund

CALVARY INDEPENDENT

MUM why «v.ry ptrian riMuU

•WTiST

BtMnd HrvleM weulmty


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AtiUAKlUM KKEr-rJK — Capt, Chris points out to some young visitors the species

to liu •'Columbia" aquarium on his dock on Palen av. near 9th st—Grainger Pboto

Sfiorfc,

Capt. Chris 1 'Columbia' Aquarium

Point Of Interest On Bayfront

by Douguw »us

UKlMNr

"Goaid you please tell me where

Cant They

secro uwwe £laring than «jf

. The NewsreeJ, WiWrlegton. S.C.

Nw Open

for the

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DINNER GUEST—Mike

Station WOND, was the guest

at tli© weekly dinn«r-meeting of the

- Vxhftaga Club at White Hall

Here the broadcaster is

. - toot

Ocean

Mr. Kilmer

Rutgers

mm**** ««endfr.J,

., ••• ^J TaTai sal 11• nv*. .*i

La^ (Mnntty where he

^ *BhW a* SBBlor year In

aHJajanbet. He is the son of

ABTI AT FAIR

It fast ap-

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State Fair will afhxd oom-

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SHOPPER" is a

SAVER"

THI OCRAN CITY SEMTINlL-LBOOtK

Class Of 1968 Is Graduated At Mainland Regional High

J UNWOOO'- Us. Oaat ot 1968 Wee, Jr., Gary John Bdhal. Ella- leenJMMy

*t Altfrt •Guy LnOoldMoi. Allan m ^

JoiiS

jMKtvwi dWwM t fee annual

Allen, Joseph Wil-

«umm«uc*tnent excretes* held last liam Almo. Jr., Craig Alan An* I MaIie Engine, Ray Lee Grate, Richard Frauds Orltndlij K i '

atadt, Robert Bmce Atkinson^ Bar- .Robert Anthony FIllpcMk. Svelyn Philip Grove, Paul Matt Kit*

were given by Kenneth

Robe y p

bara Anne Austin, Larry Baker.

hew Guoatnt. Joyce Kathleen Haley.

Jftottpr on 'fflie Homed Ihr Da-

Bonnie Force. Diane Marie Fontuiw.

David Charles BaU, Nancy Lynn

Larry Paul Haktaman., Patricia Eta- town.

V EpMbeth Weateott To

DmM WhUecar Fortythe. TOkn

Bardsley, Sharon Gaye Barnes.

absth Bidl, Robart J. Hamilton, Ed-

Seek ft Better" B " World" d" and d Gary

EUnbeth FWle, Cathtoen !>«, *»»

•Elizabeth Anne Barr. Kenneth Bedward

Joseph ttlptay. Robert Abut

Sribal-The Mandate of a Mujunder-

kn Mae Friedman, Edwin R, Pimt,

at, Alan HMnLS*_Benjamln, Mar-

Hartroan.

HI. auUUiie Mary Carman, Karen

tael Bernlckcr, John Porker Bing-

Muatc Included' "Choose Sortie?

Elaine Garton, Frank Stephen Gel- James Henry Harvey. IV, •Bruce

enhelmer.

thing like a Star" sung by the

ona, Joaeph Cameron Gerety, 'An- Allen Hsdrpan, Lynette

Concert Choir and • **> of "On A •Barbara Anne Bladanan, 'Philip ita France* GUbert, 'Nancy J*an Heller, O«ne AMa Hewitt. •San-

Clear Day" by Carl LeMon. Cart Blackmail, Denise Eileen Gilbert. RooaW Junes GUI, Suaan dra. Lola Hlcfca. •Steven Lewis Hltch-

Honor students and award wln- Boehm, Richard Walter Bowen, 3A,

ner, tlnd» Motai ts«harov William

Mary Ann Moore. Penny Louuw

nen were recognised by Robert M- Susan M. Bravemuin. JoAnn Brcu-

Norwood JackHW, Diane Lynn Jaech-

Moore. Sandra Lydla Moorehead,

Cbetter. principal, lbs class nlg, Dennis Earl Brower, Donald

el, Gloria Frances Jeflenon, Paul

Donald Michael Moray, Oiarlea Fean-

presented by Robert A. GUIs, school Ketawth Brown, Susan Jane Brown-

Brian Jettrles. Ronald Walter Johnds

Morgan, Oomde Mae Myers, Bar-

superintendent, and diplomas werelee, Eric Edmund Bruce, 'Kathleen

son. June Jones, Richard Michael

bara Lee Ndaon. Christine Ann Newprawtted

by Dr. Martin & Fried- Ann Brummel, France* JacqueUne

Juliana, Steven U Kaudman, Susan

man. Rua*Ml Edgar Noel. Steve Out

man, president, and Albert W. Oullault. Jacques Jean Caillault,

HaMen Keepers, Dean* Elisabeth

Norman, Terri Lynn O'Dannel], *WU-

Clunn, vice president ot the Baud Larry Allan Camp.

Keels, Charles Francis Kem. Mar-

Lam Off. Maureen Ann O-Keefe,

ol Education.

John Patrick Card. William Michgaret

EUnbeth Klnes, Marion Mar.

William George Parker. Jr., Robert

Invocation and

ad Carew, Howard Edward Carman,

•Bret Kfmus, David Christian

Edwin Patch, George M. Paul,

given by the Rev, Vincent M. Robert Bruce Carver, n, Thomas

Krumm, Nancy Meoete Lake, David

Jr., Theresa EUnbeth Hera T*

FeTTaro, pastor of Our Lady of Chester Qmthen, John Thomas Qer-

Benjamin Lambert, Cttrt James Letrids

Patricia -to. PW».

Sorrows R.C. Church in Linwood. eeh, Jr., Nancy Marie Combs,

Mon, •Miriam MMM* Lenta, -Lin-

en, Claudia JMn Pratzner. H w

The graduates Include;

•aaudia Sue OonneUy. Zilla Virginda

Marie Unga, Gary William Unt-

Leslie Price, Norman Joseph PrJdi-

WITH HIGH HONORS- Lortng Godla Cnwi, Valerie Marie DesRoMer,

sr,

W#

ard. Mary Judith Prints. Don Albert

danj daymen. Kenneth Allen Fet- Richard Joseph Diefenbeck. Francis

Pussehl. Michael Joseph RaUstMer, Patrtda Long. •Kathleen Eleanor

ter, Karsten Peter Gteaedie, Nancy Joseph Steven DIOrio, •Pntrldt John*

Jaius Caroline Ransom,

Lord, PatricU Kent Lord, BobWe

Suc Miller, Barbara Geane Mul- ta Paul Joseph Dugent, Sam.

Nicholas Charles Regum, Carol R. Mack, Edward Savwto Maran.

boUand, Gregory Chet Oliver, Susan" tail Edward Dungan, Anne Elizabeth

Reiser, John Francis Relsh. James

tonio, Pamela Maria Marchetti,

Jane Peterson, Somera Steclman Euchust JIUIH-S Mlcliaei Eglott, Kath-

Howard Revelle, Linda Wen, Unda,

Jean Marl* MarA, Andrew Martin,

Lee Roberta, Burba Lee Rodgers,

Janet Lorraine Mason, Wayne Bruce

Masters. Judnn Ann Mamta, W1Ul»m

Laurel Rosengektt, Cynthia Elaine

Edward MatMs, David Anthony May,

Linwood Eighth Grade Grads Rulon, John Lambert Sammcns. Kev-

Robert Leonard Mayer. Unda Diane

benyse Swan Sears, •Richard Frank Robert Evan MeCeshw,

Presented Various Awards Selbel. Robert Chiles Seosesey, •Pamela Mae MoCue, Stuart Tbxtnaa

Dorothy Ann Shaw. Jean ABB Shii- McCullen. DavW BUMH McDonald,

LINWOOD — The Awards Assem- to the most outstanding band man. nuui, Pamela Am Slteman, Eleanor

Sewajfl MtGlnnls, Pstd

bly for Umrood eighth grade grad- ber in the graduating class was Marie Smith. Kathryn Lee Smith, Michael McGlynn, Robert Clark Me

uates was held Tuesday afternoon presented by Mrs. Harold Sum- Richard Clark Smith, Bruce William Daniel Lee Merritt. Nancy

In BeUiavm av. School. The [ den, president, to Peter Erskine, Somers, James Christopher Somers, Louise Meschtcr, John Francis Mill- W6,

gram opened with the graduates The Parents Music dub also made George Walter Stanleton, Derails Rob* er, Jr., Herbert Ernest Mlmler, Jr.,

singing "111 Walk With God" after Individual awards to each member ert Stasuk, Jack William Stebhliw. Barbara Susan Mitchell.

which Hie pn-HtiUiUonx were made of the bud in the graduating clans: Gloria Kay Steelman, Josephine

with musical selections liitcrspera- Pat Berkheimer, John Bartlett. Lillian Stevenson, Robert Morton

ed.

Donna Lee tetter, Peter EnUdne. Smut, Robert John Stover, John R.

Dfxiglas Dahmer, Terry Herlich, Sullivan, James Charles Sykes, Sam-

The PTA nwards to the boy and

Joanne KammeU, Michael Marshall. uel Earl Taylor. Jrl, ~ ' ~

girl with the highest scholastic av

Stephen Ken- Jfmtr

Craig Roberts, tennis Smestad, Wo- neth Thomas, Lynn

ersges were presented by Mrs, Er

Marie Thompbert

Wahlquist and Scott Uhrmann. son, Craig R Tober, Dsvid WllHsm

nest Delcher. PTA president, to

Nancy Wonnell and Craig Roberts, The Unwood Women's Club

Todd. Leah Ann Twudoska, Glnery 743 ASBURY AVINUE

The lawanig award presented by

awards presented to the best all

Milne Twichell, Francis Joseph Van

OCEAN CRY, N. 3.

the Somers Point-Iinwood Kiwanls

around (irl and boy for character,

Langen, Diane Vincek. Carol Mae

Oub to the boy showing the most

friendliness, scholarship, courage

Veelker, •Richard Aura Vogei, Ray-

CUSTOM

outstanding effort went to Jeffrey

and honor were awarded by Mrs.

mond William Warner. •Roger Alan

Frost

Donald Botlomley, president, to

Warner, Robert Walter Warren.

Cathy Allen and Steve LaDrew.

James Kctchin Wasden, Jerry Elaine DRAPERS

The Somers Point Linwood Sina-

Wasden. Edith Carol Watson, "Vicky

wlk Club award to the girt showing The Unwood Board of Recreation J, Weales, Andrea Weckerly. David

and LtHENS

the most oulstflndlng effort was awards to the boy and girl showing Alan Weeks, Marsha Anne Weese,

presented by Mrs. Charles Dubep. the meet outstanding achievement Martha Louise Weese.

son to Joan Talarico.

In physical activities during their

| FIIW ESTIMATES • DIAL*

years in Linwood Schools were pre- Bonnie Lee Westervelt, •Gary

The Parents Music Club award sented by Kirty Knox to Hal Leigh Whitehurst, Elizabeth Ann

Mamews and Kathy Lucchin. Whittle, Daniel Arthur Wilhelmy.

•Cynthia Jane Winchell, Karen Woer-

B.A. In History The Mainland Jaycee Athletic ner, Mary Woerner, Albert Louis

award was given to Keith Matthews, Wolf, •Jeanne Ann Wonnell, David

The special teachers award to thePaul

Wright, Bruce William Yorgey,

most versatile student went to Pe. Jamie Darn Zink.

t Brsktae. Bkta

—With honors.

Miss Barbara Aim John,

daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Ray.

mond V, John, of Philadelphia

and 204 Wesley rd.. this city,

was graduated from Gwynedd

Mercy College, Gwynedd Valley,

Fa., June 2 with a bachelor of

arts degree hi History. Miss

John served as treasurer of the

Student Council, was commended

for attaining the 1967-68

Dean's List and received depart,

mental honors h history. She

will teach at Ravenhill Academy

in Philadelphia in the falL

Even a conscientious worfcei

sometime gets fed-up on me Job,

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Graduates Speak:

•f»lU», left *» Vietnam, he toM Mi la making new ftees and new

U-yeaPflW torn he would have to be tor penwra afflicted by sWn

the 'man ot the house now." Thewnjen.

me a-yeaxU dentist

yaUBi filled in for his fithsr recently ,'P* wittl waji, Mllcone rubber and

iaWe with by padng outside the maternity taitto to create noses, ears and fa-

ward while his mother gave birth tocial

structures removed by cancer

•Wgery,

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Shapers Of The American Dream

p#r This I looked, and,

Salutatory

Cathtrtn* M, Wllllarnj

It U my privilege, on behalf of

the Class of 1968, to welcome you,

faniily, £^mil^, and friends, to our

canunencanent exercises. You are

honored to see the Oass of 1SB

for the last tiine. Tonight is the

DEFINITION

SodaliKd medicine: When women

get together at a bridge party and

talk about their operations, Reeonl,

Columbia. S. C, •

American owes Its

spirit of many;

oamselling passions, some of

inner courage, all destined to

contributing forces to the

our country enjoys.

culmination ot our 12 yean ot for- Let us imagine that the spirit

mal education. Tomorrow will flnd of one of these great Americans

us making decisions and taking on walks among us again for a brief

responsibilities in which we must look at his country. U is April t,

utilize ttus education.

1968, as George Washington Carvtr

The theme for this years com. walks in one of our American cWes.

mencement is "Shapers of ttie A blanket of tashed solemnity

American Dream." The speeches hovers over the city. Tne normal

are based on this question: if achaos

of traflic has slewed unbe-

famous past American could and lievably with the few people visible

were to return to our present miking In quiet tones,

American way of life, what would The small printed signs In wtn-

his reaction be In Ught of his condows of buslnesi establishments extributtonf

This theme speaks to us, plain that they are closed in com-

the graduating dan, In that it rememoration of the funeral •ervtees

minds us that as we B» tor* as

for Martin Luther Mug, Jr.-the

individuals it is our duty to strive

man who said he had "been to the

tor new and better Ideas that will

make thta country a better pUce in

untalntop." He had achieved aQ

which to live. This theme speaks to

he could desire for himself person-

you, the adults here tonWit in that

ally, and now he, who had Uved

it reveals what you have contri. an Halted dreani of freedom for

buted to America,

Ms people, had died by the vWence

i so abhorred.

•Hie tost speaker, Bat Hyland, Our »MOi^ American spirit oav

will speak on George •nsMngton not help but reflect on Ms own'

Carver's, opinton of our nation's acconiplii*Bient»,

KeJarPrisBT' AIMWMM

Is

r of

wm dJseuss how Joseph R,

slave parent" nearly « eea^y _

thy would react if her were to view fare the days of Martin Luther King,

our nation politically. Htm Carol

Bunting wttl shire her views on what

the Wright Brothers would thing of

our way of life in view of their

mntriBuBon, the airplane. And flnsl- NOW OPEN

h/ Unda Brownlee's topic wiU be

Susan B. Anmony's reaction to our

society.

STILL

Almongh each of these famous

part Americans represents vastly "JUST THI BIST FOOD",

dy»erent areas of life, ea*of tnem IN TOWN AT

in melr own rigrt conWbuW to fte MOST REASONABLE PRICES!

shaping of the American dream.

Likewise, as we the graduaAM of

iflii tomorrow commence our vary,

ing ways of Ufe, we reaiUe mat wi

too rtiall be shapers of the Amei The EMILYion

dream.

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Carver fcmght a, toosjf. uHtil bMU«,

to concate Mmselt tiving In ttie[

South, even alter the SkntUL—.

fie even the shnnle ncosjittiol

human d|gHty, lot alone the

rightt that are batnr ao "

aoHSbt today. IMa ban ,—

knew better than to try. but In I

heart had been a constant pra>_,

that some day lor his people ttnel

freedom would prevatt. H* bad I

by educating htmsdf u) munttf

other Negmes. He iamfr MM to

Improve the lives of nfs people as

wen a* the enth« eooaomgr at the

South by developing hundfstfs o^ usss

lor peanuta, cotton, sweet potttoss,

and even day from the Alabama

hills.

As he reflects on the settles* Ufa

of Dr. King, Carver recall* Ms am

almost embarrassed pride at me

honors given tabs at Tustegw Insntute,

A simple unassuming man

throughout mnusbaut W* U* IBM long Ufe, lUt, be had

•ought only to help Ha (w

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THE OCEAN CITY SINTINEL.LEDGER

I Was.

THI OCEAN CITY SiNTIWEL-LEPOEK

(to ami* caliber win «rls» to ram-even ate.

Hut our vWtar captinaa. aMpl

Shampoo wpy, Ifi Mi heart of the rebelBoo*

Itpfrtt of the oMJotf. youth. B*

* ' — ^-—- - frt* -itgaa "" " ' ' l>Aa*ak**B*t ts*

dents an) to Mr {Hllam he i

need far a pHsanal view of toe

jiB^BB. A W f ol •mm «*»•

or

•mHy nil m* qancat. Hop on>

H-rent, hi reflect*, are tap

rnaoory rtin feS tte achJng of

back tmnd by a "Ota* daily stint

dotojK people's laundry to pay for

w*o are not onry given » free high prfscUJa E. Dew

school education, taut me also per- tar J*«**> R. McCarthy

IIOMEJff

mitted to compete for eonege a*ol- '1 wouldn't ejmctly eaB it a vote

•whips, actually be complaining ef of '«^M—. tat I don't feel I've

their lot?

bssti lynched." Thta was my nac

"'***, *• ft***, ** PS*** ' onn to my censure after the Army

ate that there has been real progress MHsjs Joseph R_ McCarthy hear-

for them to the yean afciee te. tnc*. Aa I raited that the United

George WaMagtm Carver, lived his States of UN was not ready to

quietly dedicated Hfc. THty, he accept my warnings of Cnrnmiintat

ioO» that fees- desperate struggle infiltrators in the Army and govern.

rnent Quite clearly, the name Jo-

with perhaps Ifiers inlaw. Other seph McCarthy received little re-

(Bontoaltece nt Some am wJU Me te pNwaa ki adeB spect, and liberals suggested it be-

aaWtea, and human reunion*, and loafed to a radical publicity seeker.

-, MVaHJH Or B. J- NURSING HOMES —

MM, mtmmOp, vill «• Iw It. AnAlthough

I tndy never gave up. with

«*»1 worth Bving tor moat be worth suj& comments against me I was

dpi ftsv torcsd to tun to the future America

WMhli«too Carver hap rather than the flue o< my generation

a irutttnl day in our time. for understanding.

Ba ku asen the evidence of human- • "Now, 11 years after my death,

ity at Its want in me batted and it has been said that I died of a

violence in our midst He has Kenbroken

heart, WeU, here is the fu-

us at our best; united to grief and ture In which I placed my last

shame at (ha murder of one of man- hope, and look at it! If I was

kind'* finesr atunplcs.

broken-hearted in UH, I am ap-

He en coodude Ma visit with our pallud in 1968! Were ail my efforts

generation secure In the knowledge In vainT Is everything in Which

that Ml work together with that of I believed and for which I lived

Df, MWUn Luther Hag, and other useless and forgottenf How utterly

Champions of their mutual nine, unbelievable, and yet how tragical

has m a short span of history ly evident it is!

brought great improvement to his M with its intolerable Korean

lace. Now George Washington Car- armistice seemed to me the eptiome

#rr;-N.'jL; ver can hope that new leader, of of despair. That we could yield so

shamefully to the Communists is still

eeivahle to me. And look at

Korea today. It Is in no better condition

than It was the day after mat

armistice Americans still have not

kannd! Korea was at least justi-

For Your Banking

fied in the fact Oat we were in-

WperiMced ia dealing with *brcwd

—••J^. and unable to foresee

the bitter involvement* to foUow, Yet

t-nat aritMBtva these gestly lessons)

aien a^ottsn, b* »* mistake hasj

IP tttnes magnified la net-;

nam. Money, time, and invaluable

NCW RUOAY EVENING HOURS

live* arc being forsaken. Why? "To!

stop Communist aggression," leaders

say, Alt Korea, if anything,

NOW IN fPFfCT

only retarded their victory, I fear.

Who can assure us Vietnam will

not conclude me same way , , , witti

no conclusion at BUT After all, there

|fec^: Open 5 f© 8

is little hope for a notion to defeat

Communism 'intefnatiofisily if It

(Fomtwrly 4 tp 7)

cannot

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s hard four sf my fellow graduate!

'Wilbur vWght to I can observe that men of color

•Peak of the "SMiperi ot the Amer-

Nbit man buj»- have bounded themselves in shackles

ican Dream" Time and

itanewhe*e; ana I cannot MB

iheir tieat contt-i formed of namm-mindeilnets Negro

men have

h thsndcty of then ore.

j oertog If m coantry wIS a«p I

ARNOLD SEZ:

nowever, wever, that they i versu, ^ o ; ijgro Venus white; | ducttve Indlvidujjs, In most cases, we

| it Is too late; or U U »o late oowt

ss their giwitest •«*•. vwjn. white, white versa of the 20th century M toypr'^,

I ••American*, should be tookta*

, was asW year.

I within their own counh-y for

•Tl* wampj.- of th*blnt« • HI puv •*• ^P^P • w

Violent AM aiim dajta the

OOH ant prove that Map am you mwtt mm m, JAMf

'tper- What evidence 1* there Mat fly- Im»ito* tn* proud |

tee brutal demonstrttion* are Bat

iM^ga^q fy Qanmnnists; Ths?e If m •». » tt Ma mmt ilw» **'

le concern over "dnsni austetos him. How I* he ever

dedlM", Something is respomtbW going to atopf"

for it The Hippie Movement dja not Today, of come, we How that the

todnentiily. To attract so Wright Brothtr* WMFS not *temdJV

and to last

the renowned ..".... ' "

be a force

and in MB at KU]b/ Has*

"Flower fomr" bridal It all. Pity credited not only with

la Ml far inhabitants of Iron Curtain with being able to atop 1*

MUBMM who are shut off tarn me few yean have pwMd

wevkt. But the sane public which deaths of these famous brotherk.

ptttM them accepts its own Beanry Itowever, Ume Is measured lp »

new* reports. Facts are so obviously number of wnys and to a day when

drflberatrty weriooked. (Mm man can assume the aped of J5.080

the intomiation is distorted and cer- miles an hour, the triumph at Kitty

tain lhtog» are never printed for Ibwk seems one of long ago. Even to

public reading, America must save Orville Wright, who lived to see

face . . . is the cry. WeU, ifWilliam

Qdom soJo around the world

the free people o( this republic can- In a little over three days In 194T,

not be told everything, good and bad, time would assume a new dimen-

thai more "face" his beta lost than sion if he were to leara that man

can be imagined- And that 1« thecould

now orbit the e«th tow times

least that is lost! For example, what in the same three-day period.

ever happened to Bobby Baker? No

one rally knows. Dots anyone here

If the Wright Brother* were here

have aay idea what happed to tee

today, they wmdd Me many of thete

dreams fulfJUed. although basically

they were not dnamera, but think-

depressing than the pre*ers. They feausd, u John Gataettt

fsituaikm is flie fact mat there wory said, "If you do not think

is Uttic hope In the future. A change about the future, you cannot have

can take place only when enough one," So Interested wera they la

people rccogniie tbe Mid for it and simply seeing if it were poaiMe to

receive iome support. As long a» fly, they gave little thought to the

there, is scorn tor someone really practical uses of Dying. However,

trying to expose those who areIf

they could cone bade to earth to-

ruining the principles of this naday, with their own wort sampMed,

tion, little hope lies in overcoming they would have the tUae to observe

Gomniunism, To accomplish aieh the uses to which BUB baa put malt

a feat, one must have a mn invention.

leader; and to follow a good lender,

one must be ready for him.

Certainly they would find (Feat

America has neither the leader nor

pleasure in the thought that they

the readinesshave

enabled man to visit maw far

off lands and have made it possible

Ferhaps some day Aroetlca wiU for large grain* of student* to fly

recognize what a lew of us have abroad to study. Think how tocotv

tried to expose. In order to nave ceivahlc it would be to them to

change not only its opinion, but itsreaUxe

that over 500,000 Americans

pattern of thinking. Tata change will enjoy pilot licenses and of these

require.,a deep psychological com- 300,000 have private planes.

prehension as well as a sound gi How rewarding It would be for

emmenta] theory, For, when Uie mem to see the farmers dust and

trend of Conservatism began, follow- spray aow of crops and drop fend

ers needed to be very narrow- to livestock trapped by snow and

minded. Now, however, a person floods, and further to learn that

before be can agree with the Con- pbmes are used to fight forest Ares

servatives. He must be open-minded and psbjol our national forests and

enough to accept the idea and, at thewild

life preserves.

same Ume, be firm enough to de-

They would be impressed with the

fend his esBvicttons and forceful

advancement made in the transport-

enough to convince others. I. Joing

ot good* around the worid

seph McCarthy, tried without the

—oil, automobiles, food product* all]

success I desired. 1 hope you find

medical supplies. The iBie of our

and accept this man soon! — And

cargo planes would appear maastve

good luck, whoever you are; you'll

to these brother*. whote*fM plane

need it!"

weighed 60S pound! and was pushed

from one starting point to another

by eteht or ID IImen,

\A tour'lr

oraft plants would he of particular

Interest to them, smce bey started

the aircraft industry with the

formation of The Wright Company.

They would team Out almost 1.W0,-

000 people in the United Stain and

over 9,000 companies build the many

parti needed lot a »tofile plane

Their satisfaction would be In know,

tag that none of ttna would have

been possible without the theorie*

which they ao diligently and bril-

even stop Infuti&tlan within

liantly perfected.

itaeU.

Most disturbing to than "would be

Looking at this world, I see a

fee «w««»i that planes are sUU

nation which was founded as a free

used to drop bombs on foreign aoD,

republic slowly adopting Socialism

However, they would Dot fed respon-

—' everything contrary to its orsible

for the unfortunate use* man

iginal purpose! Few of these sign*

has made of Ha abUtty to fly. In*

are great u yet, but from pant

Wright* knew that man'* *dcntiflc

experience Americans should hive

growth u> far •witter nan hi* wctal

learned • how Communist influence

growth. Their one hope BOW wouM be

cnuds. slowly but steadily into in-

mat one day we waM be *cl«&dustry,

government, and the minds

tiOcslly and *od»Hy nutture. Pur-

of the people. This cancerous enemy

hapa they wouM flod

gMMratta everything. Eventually 11

in die tnsnemfou*

beEpmeiJH policy of the nation with-

done by our

out ''the < titiz&B even reeogntring it, Cwol Ann Bunting Ing that hundred* of

the. United Sates is an example, tfr n* WrlfM

been saMd fMn

"Mow dara I accusa this free nation

of adopting socialistic traits?

In 19/L Wilbur and Orville Wri«ht fre^ng momtoin top*

Where is there even a flaw suggest-

wocted toward periecting a man- ed are* nuant be BMW

ing potential deterioration? Unreal

carrying BUder. They woaM rewanl fto ^^he wr^dal

ah it may Deetn, sodtulam is a&

uomeUmes sit for hours studying buz- their yaan at aftet, '

copied here, and is growiiig

zards, hawks and gulls mm flew It wnuld Indeed be an operience

rapidly. In 1968. socialisti no long-

overheod. Their activities came to

wg sssasaai, i#

er 1]^, but are openly members

of the American Socialist Rsrty.

—With a ndaUiUc party accepted

In the country, It reaps only natural

that other sinas of socialism are

present. Perhap* it la only, natur*].

then, that socialised medicine, Uke

Medicare, la not only accepted, hat is

a law, CompWMr •o^taei education

Mouliiiib OMB stsfl and

WeJUpttad •Btafet is tjawsy "

n ^,^ o l e n M W nwwrtoli. pMtoee the protom. ««* eon-

, thrlU M seeing . tat^raitai virsui segregation. How • - - - -

ground tor Biel'» n harmony evolve between two

•..feolltd, "No, I " face " whc " n fronted Suaan B. Anthony and

of our age enjoy opportunltes of

cannot be har- the one degree at men, and all who

of flying before I mony within each race? How can aileilre

knowledge as profit from

, the air at, aU-while Negro realistically believe that he America's educational system. Why

hoWe^tingle", obtain b his cMi riiM, by-be-Ll, i itthen, it th ttat h for aU l our'prog-

Even after - a-

coming • nulitsnt reacfloiiary res* and learning, we haven't beand

seeing all ,again»t the society from which he. come infused with the true meaning

have taken place, wishes to receive these righteT Yet, of love - the simple love for our

_.« would sttU be '" In eonirsit, " how "" " ran a white "" man brothtrs, both black and vMUsl U

It is not man's : expect miltatiey when he hoardi

mart important,'

OCEAN PRINTING

1020 A»b«ry Avnw, Qcoon

ALI. TYMI OF CPMMtRClAL and

those Precious rlrtts for a stlect

i;iwatest fuHUIment B 10 meneement spMkew have proposed to extend weE-deserved ggmtitade

to before you f«_«»

their i tHfew%f H f % f ttaW

our

our

parents.

parents

Only

Only

through

through

their

their

love

love

pause

pause

for

for a

n*^«n

nans facing the American society and efforts aw we graduates to-hold

of a new life. Jpetpt wa lawg;

In ISM, We, members of the up.! night. Now, we the class of ««, thaw halls and ttke that «y flnsj

coming generanen, no longer can bid you lareweU, To you, my feUow Btep Oto the adult wsKfl of JHB-:

accept unouestioningVy the Ideas and classmates, my hope and prayer tt lsns and frustrations wa, ^sj^to

values of others, Rather, we, our-1 that Ood may be wlUi us always, partlcipat* to the sslMm tradition

selves reason to form our individual

of Ivy Bay, This ceremony has long

opinion*. Modem education has

ben the manner in which esu*

taught us to be thinkers. Consequent-

gnduattng class 1* able to kM

ly while we realize the accomplish,

with Ocean Qty High School a smaB

ments of our nation, we are yet

remembrance of a group of chllnmi

aware of the Bted-for

who have matured into young adulht

America.

riSay toTfice the demand* of so- hoUM-atJ

ciety. Once agato we have ehsaeB but ate

The education provided by

thin small plant of Ivy to renoW trains have done- ti

City High School has prepared us,

its service as a meroorinm for «ch of the hry win b» our laagpa j

the graduating class of lMt, for the

and every one of us fat mta Motor orlea of Wae Ball, sffld**. 1

words alone could solve probienu, challenges of our adult lives. Be-

class.

who have paaasd flWDBsJb tWm.'

Walt Whitmans verse might weU cause of your Interest in youth, we

«*"> °>n' •« supposed to btbe

our formula. He said: j have matured during the past four

, At first glare* low years ago ttwherever

we sx> wfr w» «M

Kwl iiv-l"«"i-nt: hlB *e PBVerty of all men? Is thli

WJ "Come, I will make the eon- years; we have become aware of our

probably appeared that our dasi tatty with

% according' t3 hii »« » vicious eireje *M can my tinent indiBsoluble; I will make responsibuitos toward ourselves and

would not be an outstanding one be- of Mend* and good

•/mod tor in some be broken by a Mack hand and a the most splendid reace the sun toward others, I firmly predict, as

eause of the dtaorganhmnon and dis- If* hope' HIS- * am

, i M share in this,white hand clasped together In un. ever yet shone upon; I will make' we stand before you this evening,

unity which was so apparent. Bom

'JS «te future is here In! derstanaing and moderaUon, a black divine magnetic lands. With the that we will champion American

ever, our class has produced enough

L

to be transformed. hand and a white hand clasped to live of comrades, With the life- brotherhood. For through our school-

capable leaden within th past'tour sm

gether in ullegiancf for a common long love of comrades." ing, we understand the importance

years to draw us into a mote co-

PHONI 3984)118

goal — brotherhoodf In this age at If men could only realize the of tolerance and harmony. We know

hesive working body. Thus, our

phenomenal growm and evelopnient, truth and beauty of these words that America's dream will cone into

achievement* have been many. Our tfottHi. Upon ststiturtty f

have these basic, unadorned and un- —it each of us would search our a reality only after men achieve

spirit and enthusiasm has never 1 " veal «• sceaNT 4

OUALITV WMK • PMT HHVICsI i

complicated qualities that unite man BOUIS and abandon our prejudices, peace with themselves, with others,

ed us and now that our Ugh sdiool this 64th gradnaUns; «ia»»-nr .oea

ONNffi and OPERATED BX

with man been overshadowed, orwe

would live In a more perfect and with God,

career is swiftly drawing to a City High School,' the raattsannn

close there is hope- that all of us will our potential strength. Am *• m

JACK WARRINGTON and WAYNE E,,

perhaps worse — been entirely lott? America, For when love conquers, I wish to thnk our teachers, the

retain this spirit and enthusiasm toture

and work to our tidiest capa-

Have you been so engrossed in peace and prospertiy reign, Administration, the Board of Educa- Ivy Day

our adult life.

bilities, endeavoring stay* to butter

financial worship and scientific ad- CommuniKm's growth has entangtion, and the CiflF Commlsataiers

nmoon that you have lost your right led the United States. In a country for the valuable education at Ocean

Rfibecca Wallace

In years past Ivy has been u ourselves througH «*»»*«sn aon

\o be people? Have you tort your promoting free enterprise and com. City High School. I especially want As we the class of 1968 stand here

for decorative purposes on many we posassa H* strength to

compassion and foresight? Have you petition, a totalitarian belief has

buried your right to shake hands, taken root. As one of our com.

embrace, and feel the warming flow meneement speaker rioted, Joseph

HEATING

of friendship?

McCarthy would be appalled by the

These are the questions that I aak socialistic tendencies of our govern-

of you and the steel society that ment. But Is this not to be antici-

for Mat £xtr.3 Co

surrounds you. I am of a generation pated when college professors open-

long dead. You of the 20th century ly advocate Communism? Remember,

today's youth lads tomorrow's

m^m have fallen heir to the problems of

America. Will America be "the land

"&**'my

age. You have solved ftem with

great success, but in doing so you

of the tree" in 1980T

w have created others that mutt rest Our scientific feats have profited

on the glioulders of generations to the world as well as America, As

come, Neverlheleis, the world must a remit of airplanes, farmers can

strive to slleviBte the pressure of grow healthy, abundant crops, and

these problems.

Take outi

As I fade bsck Into my place in

Brownlee history, my name Is not as import-1 unfortunate It is for us to list Biese

put back |

Titian B. Anthony ant as are my deeds. CaU me J accomplishments and then, to (pies*

heating oil 1

at the midpoint of

budgat plaiL

iBO, Was it I who helped

__ i American ideals and

t«t I view before me; the

Vtams that have became

MILTON HAGERTHEY

J mi fast realittesT Was

pMr and expanded in a

2106 Nw Rood (Route 9)

imUt and suffocating pre-

II, «tio protested vehment-

• • DIAL 927-4122

the suppression of flu

mm iwumen? Often I ponderot

my severe earn-

PlUMBtH6 - HEAT1N6 - AIR

r equality.

lent upon me horizon of

- WESTINGHOUSE

btwortunlty, I am airtound

_r pleasingly so! I behold

f (f men and women toil-

HllllltllMIMIIttltll

to shoulder, mind to

equally, pleasures,

I Bd vexations. I behold a

I rise the Impregnable doors

[ buildings of law,

« sad even poibes, now stand

FOR

i woman of Intelligence

I am amazed.

Found, at a country of

Somjpled by ttlrnuit as many

la men. I regard such woi

Ekanor Roosevelt, Mari

Smith, Helen KeUer and

r Priest as dlstinguishables

Ikwe started on the path

i ud fortune, Whai I de-

0R6AN8,

r Btfea and became radi-

I to secure suffrage for

Don't mlM the pleasure of

i ajr wildest dreams never

white at the Shore. We rent

tte society, I encoun-

|ia moment. What a glorify.

and TVB, deliver them to yowl

it is to view one of

pick them up when you call.

prevously moat wasted

I nanres — womanhood —

IHependence. An todepend-

TV RENTALS

achieved through

1

of Intellect, ptase and

, WtEK • MONTH {

as I am to survey

[townpUntiments In the cause

JACK LOI

11 devoted my life, 1 am

1 t|F conditions that east in

MUWC and SWMQt]

t«os» which I championed

I campaigned under

' "No Union with Slave-

"Bm I hoped and prayed

IJtta would evolve void tt

VMlOvr NIW

tofortuntttely, I see

is still a unltm of

SORSTOWH SHOTftHG

D^P wittl a different

than that of the

•LACK HOftft PIKI, TILTON

i have come to be entibtir

own prejudice and

1 halp

-.'fi^-'t •- '5C-

WnvMng Att JProiidF, Thrifty and

South Jersey item to Visit

our "Jet t ^ has aeeelerBted trav-

el by supersonic space craft. How

i f to lit B

n y

Swan Browne". Anthony, but more tion America's integrib' i» retaas.

important, ranember me as a viW ing ttie Btonue bomb. The Wright

contributitm to the continuing fight Brothers intended their plane to help

against Injustice and suppression. build nations, not to annihilate na-

Remember me Susan B. Anthony tions.

as an advocate who crystallized all Through (he topic, "Sapers of me

American dreams into reaUttes. American Dream," tonight's com-

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Han: "Let us — tor Ood't Mke —

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TDe manager said that wbJb social

a*ssrny may maa onunjporau*

to the yOdnK person who It still •

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protection be lias. Tnts Is

evidenced by tte lact that one out

el+tmy stx nsidsntsin this area—

tte young as «d u the eiderly—

Is lecdvins a cheek each month because

of rSsahiltty. death or retirejnaat.

The ainptM paid to each hv

dtvidual is detenninsd by tte credits

posted to the worker's social se-

CUTUy aocount.

*BpHr»rhm forms lor cards are

avauabk at msaf pott offices ss well

at tbt social scenrny office.

t shOHM lake action promptly

tt •pnVtaB air . crd tor the first

or lf-ne had one and lost it,

on tt* card bas to

} of marrhtge.

,tta) adcM seeurfry office at P*-

pe May re-

door knobs, ftnd ceiling medallion*,

call that that private railway ens yaar. Tha ha wwriwtufc wwriwtufc tnd

Episcopal Church and hi 1903 was

are of excsUent wsrkmanaUp. Nattt-

bought by tOm Annie Knight, who

ids and (dative* tram

I Im fstat t on The er paper nor paint had been on any

ssented H to the parish The ODD-

and Washington to the

ftf the walla until lSKL this M-roi grtfbVm moved Is another struc-

n sxMbtt «t MMH« wOl be onbouse

Is used a* a guest house by ture hi 1M0. To prflsstva the beauti-

ot Washington, vtow Tw Day lor the vWtac'. pit*- Its present owners.

ful bonding it waa bought by the

the "Wash-

At the home of Mrs. George HakJt, Ctty of Cape May who leased It to

Sea Isle Publisher

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38 Guerney St.. the Tour guest wU th* Outer Corporation, headed by

E an outstandiiw Old Stockton Row Mr. T. E. Hants. Jr. The building

was thoroughly reconstructed and

Mouse. CM ol several houses tn this

was dedicated on August 10. UH,

ana built by tte West Jersey Rail- to tte use of tte community tor

way Co, for guests of tte Stockton meetings and recepttoqs with a num-

HoW, its typifies the Gingerbread ber of cooperating organizations

Bra. The entrance of the Stockton helping to sponsor the undertaking.

TRENTON — William A. HaBM, Jersey Firm and Garden, and the

R^M Ud puhHaher ot the Gar- other BBpHrHHnm of Hatfeffs firm.

den SUM FobUhte Company In Poultry Digest, Brouer Industry,

Sta We Oty. iw*»wd a date Egg Industry and FMd Manage-

fctira the New Jersey State Baud meat, for their "great contributions

ot Agriculture at an agributlnus to tte welfare of New Jersey agri-

meetlnB this WEek tateUi Oly. culture."

He ins bound "to recognition of Haffert. bom In Newark in 1893.

• Ufctime af *K*kated leMee as has long ban active in civic as

W »Hy «J MM Mff

weD as agricultursl affairs. He was

The Board coramaided

» ot f Sea Isle Oty y from bn U£ U

in US as Newto

USE, OSS ban « niembe, of the

Sea We Qty Owndl. chairman of

HMLTM SCMINAR

tte Cape May County Planning

Maid, antt president of the Cape

. MJ. - New J» May County Chamber of Commerce.

HHR AMBritHnii and the New He MS given me dtstungutohed

Jersey, k k Department at service dtatlon at tte UH New

win co^oasor a two-day seminar Jersey Agricultural Convention and

tar administrative health personnel tte Golden Egg award of tte New

at Atlantic City's Holiday Inn enJersey

State Poultry Association in

Septembsr am, according to Mm 1963. as well as numerous other'

FM Ham*, ohalrman of tte Asso-

' Education Oommltt

Noted for his promotion of efficient'

I*. roBath*, which win be tte flnt production and marketing, Hsffert

af Us kM to be held hi New Jer- has loBg foupf laiijj dsse^f wMn.

•ey. wUl be entitled The Corwiary New Jersey farm commodity or-

GWi Ustt - •Om Hvrt _ Father's onto mother. "UsttMS must he Dr. Haffmsm nminto sons snd

OBV. Day, the day dav in Juno set aside to

around to eswdH authority," he daughters that Jssos. who was ths

"show appreciation for father." In

many cases. It will be tatter who

gets the bill.

The Bible .makes every Father's

Day. It gives every tatter special responalbiHHra

every day, and asslgBS

him a place to be respected by every

member of tte family — by Hs

wUe as well as by sent and daughters.

"listen to your totter who (athercd

you" is good Biblical advice.

"Liiton 11 DantUs Gnajity; snows most Jay,

mlse hi home ecomnVs. ecos. V CnarJbtte

Wesastt; show most JllwMsl

dustrlal arta, Robert Jngse: shows

most fnanlM-M bnya

form which cannot he ahpMd off

onto mother. "Fathers must be

around to ettrclse. sutBorlty," he

says, "H the nunlly la to have* hap Son of God. was onsdknt to Mary,

py me."

His mother, and tn JossiS) tabo was

The Biblical pattern of a fatter Is fatter in that hoasehold. Josas "wart

God Himself. "Uke as a father pWes home to NszaMQi with Dun (Mary

Us children, so tte Lord pities those and Joseph), snd was tswment

who fear Him," said the FssknM. them." (Luke *:SD

The BiHe pictures God as « father When fatter takes his place tn the

who does not condone me mistakes family firmly and lovingly, says Dr.

and ralBsteps o< HU children, but He Hoffmann, tte whole family benefits.

does not treat tntm eontemptnpusly. A wife can be a real mother, while

He corrects and He forgives. He Is sons grow up to be real men snd

firm with His child and at thedaughters

become real women, "the

same flat He loves them. Bible does not regard children as

means "obey." By dlvtot

arrangement father has been made A father who never gets angry wild little sunflowers, but as ptsnts

head ot the household, a position

at Us children, says pr, Hoffmann, that have to be nurtured and raised

not to be taken lightly by anyone,

probably does not care about them, in tte flush cf light Nobody can

Ud certainly not fcy lather himself.

'The wont tttat a fatter en do" laara to give commands to others un-

says tte radio preacher of Ihe tuft, less he htmseH has learned to obey

Dr. Oswald Hoffmann of radio's eras Hour, "Is not to care about his

says the preacher wtaae

"Lutheran Hour" keeja

children. When a father Ms angry,

fatten that they have a daty toper- it shows that be cares." Ihe radio

speaker cautions tatters, however

to remember tte words of It FM*

"If you are angry, be sore that it

is not out of wounded pride or had

temper. Never gn to bed angry -

don't B*B ttt devtt ttat sort'* foot

hold." (Eph. 4:26.

Correction without love, adis the

Lujheran How speaker, can do more

barm than good. He quotes tte Instruction

of a. FMil: "HatoeM, doB't

ovewmreet ya» dnldren or, mate

It difflcult for ftem to obey the eomtnandment

that they shouM bow*

their parents. Bring them up In the

1 phrtcsl e&v

nouion, Douglas CJunn; and snows

most promise in sjrls' psyaksU aa-

SheffHii On

Hww* *nd GMtjp of

ShuMabeard Club

by H. Pw*e Bator

The dub affioers far tte cum*

Ida* lias Murphy. W» PresWmt

Or. Bobbins, Secretary Winifred

EsscaUve Board (to addraon to th*

above), Oner Aaastadt, OMWW

agan, I#le Obastaad. Jack Mai

er. Ctssrlsf Warfnb«toB.

bntnrtant ramnder: Onb mattings

siw batng bald on JuOS W.

The HbUcan eommaMsnt to honor

fsittsn and motters. as St. Faul

once remarked, la the only one wtth

a promise-. "Honor your fatter and

mother, ttat It may b» watt wtf» MM

and you nay »m kna*aji (he earth,

"In an age ot immtm daUaauenw

• We •dsf'"«aora» Beam;

and lawlessness. Dr. Hoffmann says,

tatters who carry oat their responsibilities

and children who honor

their fatten make a real cootrlhatton

to the well-being of the world,

Tho Lutheran Hour speaker tetts of

a rather who said to him on* day,

"My son respects the poUceman

•m the sMst because he

too* im aa a tsttsr at homa

"tt is a wise father" says Dr.

TT^f*-.— "who honors God as las

apt. Johnson Ffefhor, and finds it in his heart to

call upon God every day: Oar

Father, who ert In Heav .

At Ft. Rixker

Captain Judd R- Johnson, formerly

of Central ay, and MttMsw Wf.,

has Just completed an fotensive 10week

military law onur»e at tte

Unittd States Aimy Jpige Advocate

Generals School. School Commandant

Kenneth C. Crawford announwd

this week. Cat*. Johnsisi is a Ml

graduate of Gtard CoUgge. PUbf

delpUa, and msdvad fib BJV. degree

In IBM from the University of

Delaware and his U3- d*»ee In

Hf fjom me University of Mary-

4 —.—

Bayers. BaBa WUsoo to ths Ust of

tummar n«nlani and wataWW to

our nvmberaWp Mr. ««t Mrs.

Oeorg* Jones of MaotnMl, Oaaits

TO

k«risvorttf IMIM. UW.M^WU

German atrl MM her qMHM was

to wrtui a otatftaok snd do • on*m|

(bow on TV,

CHE« PICKUPS

^%bey

Uee betore ttt U. i. DiBtaict

tor the District of CotomWa. ^_

Johonaon has been asdened to Fort

Ruckcr. Alflbarna. He Is marrjed

to tl» farmer Barbara Ue Wastake,

o( Wilmington, Det .•.'•.

ttt Johnson Is a lawyer on

IB tte Army JuAd

Geienl-s Corn, art wai dBBwls

doned an offlosr Ir the AjfUfar;* legal

corps attar being elected op tne

basia of Ms outstsnding aeta* Md

taw school record.

Lawyers commissioned into lbs

Army's legal corps come tram all

fitly statei to ISe Judge Advoqate

General's School, where o.«y undertake

Intensive instruction in military

law. fl« O. S. Army Judge Adw

cate'i School, located on fte groimos

of me University ol VtrgMa'tti-Oarlottesville.

Va,, trams officers of

all three services In military law. 1

•HMtMTIAU

ProducerJJinKtor Peul Barry announced

this week tta| Us Hew swam/

Shakespeare Festivai has fci

signed by the South Jersey Council

On The Arts to tour Its production of

Macbeth this tali. Seven weeks of

Macbeth pertansBMS lor both students

and ddults In as many South

Jersey counties have already been

booked through the Council. Barry

Is hopeful that the tour may be en.

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can vote, at which yon can get mar. li ling: In I the three months ended

itod. Them law* an tar soar own

March average hourly compensa

protection. Your mothers ward U Hoi ins 23.B

percent higher than if

law — M l to law — where the the three msntha-just preceding. li

mailer of your dating Is concerned. our arithmetic Is corrent. this quar-

» *» he* MponaihiUty, her obUga, terly result translates Into a 10

flon to bring you to the point of ma* percent annual rate of increase

tartly M foBy prepared u possible the .east of an hour's labor—lar be-

to meet the responsibilities of aduUyond any offsetting gain in produe

hood. She needs your heip. Admit. rh/ity that can be hoped for.

*«y, these are Us; words, but they This alarming figure may be

bold big truth.

somewhat exaggerated by the shifi

of people into hjgierfaying industries

during the boom quarter. Never,

•mOOOHT OF THAT the less, it la dear that the pace o

labor-cost increases is accelerating

little Peggy: "Mother was matrather

than abating.

ver a little baby?"

"¥#«, dear"

Pasty: "That's funny. I don't be-

•aw a baby policeman."

RAND SHOES

Gfve Dad

these grand ones

June 16- Is hi* special wth In productivity—a gap increases might be a rise In the un-

not an alarming one.

employment rate rather than (or per-

Then in 1966 and 1967 hourly cam haps along with) a continuation of

pentagon began to increase at about inflation.

6 percent a year. The gap between

• Current labor settelmenu are leav-

cost growth and productivity growth

ing the American economy with a

became about 3 percent instead

number of eggs that will hatch out

about 1 percent. Was this widening

over the nett several years. We are

gap the result, or the cause, of the

not sure whether the resulting bird*

inflation which occurred in 1366 and

will look more like inflation or more

MST?

Use unemployment. They are likely j

For 1968 we have figures only tor to be rather unattractive creatures. t

laws UmtUng the age at which yea the first quarter, but they are start

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m, Cats, Rats, Pigs Had Place

Lives Of The Sailors Of Old

i galling lute of yean gone by, such as those

Jiijj Old Spice men's toiletrien, mm associated

Jlascinatlng lore and legend. The Flying puteh-

(furious legendary ghost ship, but a real ship, the

" with passengers and crew really did inya-

j mm — mat««the

y seamen couia tune In

bNEtiven to get weath-

in the aeUsn-fBEkfd early days of

Amfrican sailing, Shultoit. me.,

whoM Ot Spice lint is known, round

\ aty tar worth his Hitthe

world by the familiar ship on

• tbe old rhyme, "Rain, a bottle. Is producing a model Beet

morotog. sailors tate of ships to be shown throughout the

m •» toght, sail. U.S. The vessels reproduced include

"The Friendship" and "The Essex,-

wasn't the only which saw action during the War of

to endanger sailors

ma . . . "The Anirtca," ttie toi-

jtm Throughout his.

est, fastest and most sufcesstul pri-

t had to worry about evvateer

of htr day , . .and the trade

rn» hsd to worry ami tr ,-»„ .._,.. „ —

.Iran M maWtam to sail-1 cotfee sMp, •Recovery," trade with which opene* up

b („• and dropping off Sie' —*•— in, •—*• "i* itarf intaa. in

Sfcisrth. n,

; one of many bits of While these reproductions of sail-

mim^A *•* nave grown up ing vesseli have one to be asso>

fcthoastnds of yean since dated with shipshape grooming

PM HmscU afloat.

when they appear on battles of Otd

Greek ssjlora believed Ww Lime, British ssUon once at-

I sere wrecked upon the tachgd a diff^ent impsfbirsie to

ftdr crews were lured Dale, Their cmtam of iWnldng Ume

_,_jtfifiil music of myfto- Juice to prevent scurvy led to the

fiingstresses, or Sirens. nickname "Uraey" for British tan,

abuy Slnns weren't the and eventually for all Englishmen.

_. to imperil ships. So far Tata are ate told of phantom

Patts are concerned, lady ships which sail against the wind or

especially U «•* at full speed when there

„„ ship. This feeling

I back to tb* days when

to sign with a ship

the captain's wife, bered

that she'd coumsrj

mil find lanlt with the

M to tbe belief that a

kh a woman traveled

a longer Journey Mian

out (4 provisions or en>

trouble.

a cat Is also bad luck,

move she makes Is

1 , no wind.

Often they are manned by in aw

or by • crew of dead men who

stand silent and unmoving at their

posts. ' i

One wriWmown American gkatt

nrea

4

mm set

MtiS*

sdrtft off Hack

rfjfaiwrf

IV

land, near Rhode Island, is add to

appear each yesr on the date ot the

event Bv«n fte "Titanic," some s»y,

Has become a "ghogt ship- and is

sometlmet seen on the anniversary

of her disaster.

The legendary "fMng Dutchman."

B she meows at right, seen In bmd wenther oft the Cape ot

anng a temptst, and Good Hope, is often hatted by ottv

i m mm U any tm». er ships ant is occasionally even

[« witches to do their reported to be bsaiiNd. According

to MM version of the story, its cap-

_ of rats leaving a ship tain vowed he'd round the Cape dur-

i to strike fear Into the ing a storm or be cursed, and now

n the boldest sea dog— he and his crew of deed men are con-

—, teen thought that these demned to sail the seas forever.

- ssve psyehic powers that The "Flying Dutchnan" may bn a

• haa to know that a ship's famous bit of sMtartng fiction, but

If tag before Its eriw does, another ship, its crew and passen-

I have a staking Alp, butger*

became the subject ot a true

isUy merely because they story. The "Mary Celeste" sailed

i'«iier time .wiinmliw to frwn New York for Oenaa In IMS,

Mr hapkM Mow pessen- bat a month lattr At was found

tat, tbeyn even sMve afloundering

helplessly 400 miles off

vessel whleh can no the Anns. Tne shlpa log was rtill

HM them properly and go open In the mate's cabin, and molt

• ft better lodgings. of the cargo was intact, although

JmA thai sailor, did like there were mar* than three feet of

I si board In day* gone by. water In the hold. The ship's one

tj

|r. Wil a tag — tor » was Ufebost. crew members and two

» have special powers that pe*sengeri were missing, For over

, I to see the wind.

90 years, the fate of the erw and

I, sailor* is fascinating, no

passengers of the "Mary Ottate"

long ant SUM of the true

hat remained a mystery. Theories

•B lea. Ito yeylvj Interest range from mutiny and murder to

the Bidden appearance of an Island

from the depths of the Atlaatie

widen lured them to ft*- death.

But If i •* lust *1|» that b*wn»

ghost* ThespeeBts of shipwrecked

sailors ue- said to Inhabit fatte

Island, off Nova Scotia. TWi moving

spit of »nd. which eftea ea« be

seen en a cloudy day, la «JW^

••Qmveyard of the Atlantic," Since

Its discovery some «0 yean •*»

It has tnpp«d anfl destroyed at bMst

S00 rtupTana cUlmcd 10,000 ttves.

MMMANY AMO sOVB«««HTY

Ti i i m 'i* ^ -

* t*«t. r>sd \mrnm, P"*

•^1 ».t«ry, laylhaaa

'»» * Aillrlsa's

m

i»%

BOW. Get«atty-W«s. W W

has taken a major step towgrd full

Britain wd France gave notice they

art ready to turn wer *t(J&l+

open iMjMU Vm *eHwd ««nn.

bufd

THI OCEAN CltY SENTINEL-LEDOtR

Kensington Carpet Co. Opens

More than |2 million in grid l» ttiU

believed hidden in ships 1 A host of area dignitaries Joined | Oty.

with resldeiits (ram cmununitle* lor < »miles

around at the official opening

of the new Grwsman's Kensington

Carpet Co. Ware on TUton J*. to

NorthBeld Tuesday afternoon,

NortWleW Mayor Otto Bngns «*•

strong box- fldated at the opening wnm* also

es scattered in the sand and suit marked the start of a celebration

TM ghostly Inhabitants of the Is- salefirm; renownaTioflwW

land are add to include two 17UV

century character* — a French

nobleman, banished by Ms king, and

ai) EngUthman who goes about ring

ing psalms.

So the next time you take an ooeon

voyage or walk along the seashore,

If yon sec a ghostly galleon, or hear

a cruity, "Ship ahoy, mates!" when

you look at a ship en a bottle — it

may not be Just your imagination.

1 to _j ! ..-, ,_

b connection with the opening of level Is devoted to carp**,

the new store, Grawuan^ la


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HUGHES

&* *M.'«!• Wavky AvwfM

Road; BartorMa Road to Attwry AWWMM; Atbwry AVWIIM

•air on 6th Straat tp AKanth: A«*m»>; «owMi on Atlantte ^

5tr««t; wwt on «th Sttw^ to C»«Hr«J,- awth on Cantral |#

ww*» on ,16th Stroot to Palmar Shtppb* Cwitor; Mtom to 1**

MOHi on Aabury to 59th StrM». Slept at Marlon Park.

Oardtnm, , < ,'/,*•;•''

BUS

Aftornoon nutm will

Shopping CMtar will

Marion Park than rptwrn

Jltnay will not run oh

Thit schftdul* will md

wintw tchoduk.

BOARD OF COMM CITY QF

at 1

. awards

at Medals

Art, Namy M»

a, m Gilbert!

M, Wntcottj nwBeh

t Hone Economies,

idMrtal Arto,

Etas*, Wnnttti F«titsn

Sdaiee, Gary

EUabeih

StanafBiimt

K| B J25 bsnd for

T werMe wrt to

gt and eerBpcaM al

"jroorteno' In •«•

-, Ingham and Eliza-

i BHUtute el

«sward of W given

I ta an «^

y, A. Powers.

, Ory BeeWe

f • SO bond for high-

'•* home econoinics

• Gilbert.

Business Leaders of

rf American Re-

,Jlp award medal

I littienAlp and leadetti

Weitoott

„.. Ctab award

_ and «£ceUenoe

A. Powers,

b awards o< WO

__ averafe tor tour

1 wart to Kennetti ret.

[ tor foup.year "A"

went to Gary

, „ ^_ bond tor excel,

itm yon of Latin to

1 r and tory Sdbal.

i ttiac Club award

HHWmdlng musical abil-

.VpateBanee to HUUp

rorenile League

i |w degrw ol ..onor to

.Merit ioholarAlp

I srtflcates ol merit tor

.fa mmt Testtag r

mg Craymer, Karsten

Bartara Mulholland

licanmendatlcm were pre-

I to Oristine Allen, Linda

__ Hedmiiri, tone

Idbal and EUswberh

Hohiry dub

I (he top five of the grtd.

i vent to Kenne* ret-

Qiesecke, Barbara

, Guy Scibal and Hia-

i Digest award O. one

to file magazine

t with the highest sea.

! went to Gary Scibal.

i Student Council B«nt

I went to Sandra Hicks.

fMefwood QirpoHrtiqn

1 eeniScates of exceUenCB

I weas went to Nancy

t badness student; Janis

dinE calculator* op-

I EUsifavth Wcstiwtt, out.

Awards were:

i Legion Poet 353 of Ltn-

I to Paul Hnlde-man.

[ National Bank sdiolar-

I to Elizabeth Westcott.

\m> of the Mainland geho

|,|M0 to Putrlcla A, Pow.

scholarahips to

an) Carl LeMon.

Sgma Delta awara of

Wrnle*.

Association Leslie

Memorial Scholarship

Smaime EjiUdne.

'A award of SMO to

Teachers Asodalot

|25O to Ellen Fowle

Cailloult

Council award el

IHaMeman.

t H. Blam Memorial

t* 850 to Diane Jasekel,

. Lions QUb

[*»:»«» to Susan Petenton.

1 Mothers League award

••*» Tnuux, CMllault,

Rotary Club award

•to Nancy Mcschter.

Spangler Mentorscholarahlp

ol O00

Club award of (WO to

I Birr.

I Klwanl* Ctub award

'to PhUlp Blackman.

.ftney state scholarships to

l£»levy. David TOaythe.

^«B, Sandra Hlds, «*•

> "«ney MeachMF, Bean-

VanLangen and

I "We. Naval RCrre

S Richard SelbeL

KhobrsbiDS p

*Wl ImUhite of

Craymer,

nla to KmneOi Fet-

UnlverHty to Gary

f-• Dnatel Ihtttbite of Tech-

L* hwe Hedman, Pembroke

f* Barbara MuDjoOand. Mbr

qg to Sunn Peter,

to Snmer. FHee,

cee to Gary MbaL

I Ctauege to David Weeta

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year rental leaie

FOH RENT—Combination lunch

ttT.nd dlnlrt, room. Fully

Seaton rental

WHO Toua aAix umitm

RM WMIWa A-l BUY**.

D. Allen Stretch. Jr.

REALTOR

WM.1.

day* a weak

THI OCEAN CITY SENTINEL4.1OQER

REAL ESTATE — SALE REAL ESTATE

BEAUTY SHOP

3 APARTMENTS

EQUIPMENT^

PtEd-*V-l»IECB

2tt» Ooaan Or, AWUon, N. J;

(4 *M» IhHn'nula at. to Avalon)

FOR kENT WondarTuI

STORAOft Mil REKT

SUMirttlt RMNTAli

, lP.M.(d»t)

iUNDAY, JULY 7 HjDOMa. aMHIaney apt.

YEARLY URMTALS

HJII.na!

atoitaa —mi at *7» Matty.

RaqiiMt Fraa Brochura

ItW ALL ELECTRIC 2

apartmant ovarlvsUrw IH

^ - »13S par rnontfi

MUtUTVB bom Ocean OBy, Nt)a

hqma tft aUrmans

optional. Call 3«!MW»».

3 badnxm, lirfn»

room and dlnlnc ana, Mtehen,

•nd Mah, haatad. Cantar of tow" t25 A VHIK FOR TWO

Alto •ffiolaney on* room, batti and

kjtonan. Call 927-3779

HEW HOME. 3 bedaraa.

Utliltia*

*12S a month, call

S. F

APTS. FOR RENT

S4«a. Call

Waalay Ava.. «-14

PUBLIC NOTICE

UPPER COTTAOE naa S badraant.

flraplaca p In llvlns mom Hot wa

tar h haaud. d InavlaUd. I l U d plua let l floor fl

aBarbnant and d saraaa. Partlv fur f

ntahad. Clot, to wh& baaoh.Vfia..

500. Hillasau Rajltar. 14 AHanllc

f>14

GARDENS, fioan front ftrat Horjr

apanmant. 214 ilaapins room*

tila babS, eleotric rw*M* and haet

er, cable aanica, outdoor parJO.

paitiinc uroueua beach.

M H«on, mootJily. 399

FURNISHED APART

ent for aaaaonal. weekly o

titly occupancy. Worairv

tranaianta. Oood locaUon.

ry Ave. 0-14

u£St smrf and M«s. MAJtK

«TOTT. wire af Mark Ban and

her, thwlr apatfea*. If agr;.

and naif ar aw af UKIr

p,

HERE It A CHOICE BUILDINO LOT

Mratm. grantaae, aaalfna or

you don't want to ml». GO" • US'

caacora IrT fl-M. tftla and iw

•II utUltJ*. Uitaa in. Include. •

SUMMER RENTALS

anoa free 2-mlla view

and requiiwd h> aarva upon JOSEPH

bay. ftouaher RaaBor. B3S

EL fWKonON. EW. iSatngB-a at

BEDROOM APARTMENT EL f W K n . W g

tomay vrtvoae addrwia la 404 0 Quart

(twin beda In each). Lhrlnw room,

t o y

Ml AtlU Oli

9 BEDROOM COTTAGE convenient full dlnina room, modarn kitphan ante* Tn>« MIMlna, Atla-Ue Oli.

ly located at Bah * Otaan. Living and bath Front and bee* pore*. Naw Jeney, an

om. dining rrajsn, kMchao. bath

Private antraaca. TV and telephone plaM pa fllM In

J

aca. V p

i A l which ajcdanj SHnon 4* *MaWI

and powder nom Partly

rnvata parkin*. Apply and and Lauv c SOBe,

at ata. are 4*

Sbaet floor ha* larjB>

fandanbi. p«aina in ana •Wfijsf

gv-aga, mca yard flSJJQOk Hi

rlaw Jaraay^ Oianeaty,ji^

SsaTftaaHor. 14 AUantic AM> OELANCEY EFFICIENCY Apartmanta, p

•24 Ualanoay Suaat. Ucaan OOKI,

BJ, 'A block from bh beach. Sl Sleeps

LAHGE INCOME PBOPEWT1ES, Reel up p to 4 traSOO pper

weak FtiilB

6B15 Mowar St.. 1 215 UL 3-9914 or

fall to do wn Jiiw>lilill

dantial ar*a- 9 apartmnta. S hoi

water heated Specious 3 and 2 6091991039 Out.nt taavn

61'

you for ma nllar demanded ft tkw,

bedroom unit* G*ra(** Alao l*n|*

— MlnuUa 'fmrn complaint. You ahall HI* your

builoatil* adiolnlng ut AsUnat «»..

mutlc

and proof of eamca

00O Hlllegeas Realtor. 14 A

• p f h

Ave

butia» Hction. o. baat rwMauranta.

MDoim MDi 2 bedroom droom apartmanta, p , aHO Court cau with of Naw Uw Clark Janaay. af tha •tat*

room! With or without h prlvaU p l U aattl. attl Tramwi. New Jenay, in aLconJahia

OAROCHS RANCHER. .. .

monthly, wnkiy- k CCincant i t with |h* nlaa of Jvll praewsk an*

beach 3 twdroom*. 2 faaWM. heated,

detached aarag* wUh deck. 611 7th St, 39B-J141. &.18

ONE ROOM UOHT HOUSCKEEPIHO for tha puvoaa of MHacloalMI oar-

_ MM (idualve

*S9 t *J0 taln aln tw^aito —ilMcataa. iV of

Raal i[ Eatete. 240 U U w rd ^

nawty deooratad, new manwhioh

ar* owned by tha plelnuff. In

L Block ock from Muaic Pier tha Tovmahlp of UpfMr. Up County Cnty Of of

uo Mcorlyo Terraca. Call 609-399 cap* May. State state of Haw NewJanay

MOHEY MAKER ~ TN. outatandlni

and the on* In whioh

Houaa,

_, *«tra buildaM* lot. won

hav* or claim an Interact

derhil condition, nicaly fumishad- MODEDN 3 BEDROOM, healed apart follow* Cert No- 43. dated Da.

Frloed to sell See Edmund L. Wish ment, dot* to ttth 8

camber J5. 1962. racondad in boo»

am, Kaallor. 810 Ocaan Am Firat or s*oond floor weekly for 683, page 3K2 p

Juna S75. July and

Block 99 Lot 2

week- «35 2nd St. call WJ^ you and each of you ar* mad*

YEAR ROUND 2 family In

partee defendant to uM complaint

Gantena. Both apartments have

Dacauaa Dac It ia there in alleewj that

not watar heat. Eaoti hav* 3 bed-

you own. or may hava an interval

mom*. IMng room, dining - beach Electric *tov*. sleeps 4. park In *aid land, or may |wbl a Han

kitchen, bath. Furnlahed '

Weekly y for Jun* »**. f July y and

«21,0OO Hilr " "

179 wfceUy. 635 2nd St

Mantle Av*

DUFUEK — Short walk to wide

i a 3 S S V »

dlnlaa mom. Utdian, and t 2 APARTMENTS vary y cheerful. Com

Fully fumlihad. Oil UrM parWna ar location, ttfeviehm O il

H8.700- Hlltacau Hmml Eatata. 14accomodate

6, one will il accfln»date p

Atlantic Ava.

the Construction of

weekly Apply SOZ 11th SL. 2ndBule

floor. tf^ the shore front of th* strathmer

EXECUTIVE S«;CIA1_ In a neighbor-

Strathmere. Upper Town

hood of imposins homaa. thia ELIZABETH HALL, 111! Central Av*. Estimated amount of

one atend* outl Many axtn taetu Modern d**n apartment.

120 lln ft Bid* wi

Indudlnaj panelled living

6-a Weekly AIH> chaaiful ro be opened end raad In public at

ii Ing room ''Entrance foyeH Wall lo day or weak Parking. Special Jum the township Hail in Tucfcaho* on

wail carpab'nalModam electric kit Call 399-3710 6-1. Monday, July 1. 1968 at 8 00 P M

chenl tVj BBQS*1 & Bedrooms! runnina

watar in all badroomsl 2 car GROUND FLOOR APARTMENTS, naar Drawlnc Specification* p and

Gang* Furnished at only 129.400 beam and boardwalk- Attractive Farm* asiproved p by y th* h TTownship

Rouaher Raeltor, »35 Ocaan Ave and cheerful. Sleepa 4 or 5 Full commltte* tor tti* propo*ed d • « « ,

electric i kitchen kith fuH lajno prepered by Edwin L. Evens. En E

*5 U*t ho •inaer. are on file at the ofllc

ATTENTION BOAT BUFFS-Cnl.

*?95. half unc of sad said en«ln*er « on Rout* 90 I

summer or year round living In »425. Writ Write prince. 1025

wa.1.: Tucluihoe and may be Inspected It

lovely Seavlew Harbor adjacent to or call (201) 01) 283 005 0052 by prospective Udder* during Duel and addraa* of

Ocean Otty and Longporl Thl* mod-

nsss hours.

of pra

em 4 bedroom, 2 belli beeuty often P1AZA, EOS Ocean Avenue Efficienc; Bidden will be furnished With Allen B«eh. Clerk

many eatral Including a boat slip housekeeping apartment* Privet a copy of the Specifications end

at your back door, wall to-wall car balti*. *SS-t75 per week Sleep Blue Prints of tha drawings by the

petlnc, and fully equipped kitchen to 4 parking For small families end ngineer on proper notice an

This won't l**t long *t an under n*ddle~Bged couple*. Phone 399 Wrnents of Corf of preparation*,

S30 000 Baking prie* Cell Currwi 12»J. "0 lid* must be made on Standard

ind Syke*. Realtor*. 1401 T.lton Rd

Proposal Form* in the manner dee-

846-3368. «-> 3 UCDHOOM FK*I floor apartmentgnated therein and required by

do** to beach J1350 for **»on B apadfieationa, must b* end

Cell 39»-2110 anytime or 965 3409 In sealed envelopes l bbearing

the

after « p m ^^ tt. name and addraZTof bidder and

name of project on ouhUde, ad

MaOCnUTSECOND FLOOR 2 bed

dreued to Alien Bertfi, derk of

room, , ceramic eramc tile tub-ehower tnTTownahlp Commlttae of Upper

ROBERT J.

bath: h electric lti kit kitchen. h TV ar Townttilp and must be accompanied

trail and 59H1 St- "•" by * certified check for not les*

end quiet Now thru Sept J than ten (10) percent of the •mount

CAMPBaL

RM * H. Brown, ceil 39 bid nrovidad *ald check shall be

Sot .Son. than .20,00000 or Iw.

than J500 00 and be delivered at

833 WESLEY AVE. SENIOR CITIZENS SPECIAL! E*»y the piece and on the hour named

Uvlng. «r*t floor three bedroom Tile standard proposal form It at

apt evallebl* through Sept tached to the lupplementary *p*ol

OCEAN CITY

SI0O0OO. Mr* Bridegom, call ticebon*. copie* of "fh'"*""

39O-2S6S

fumiahed on application to Engl-

399-S233

all

GARDENS -

Fnnr hama. •aauttful

Laraa k*. Haalad. All

vanSnca.,. fiirnhAad.

•itc

ate.

1 or

a

OaylMn nwirlM ta Ftorkto.

MaanmaWy prlead.

1 FAMILY cantnlry lotafad.

tat Ihvar Unto*, hlhr rvm-

Ithnd. O.raalifa^j". h»-

las III Fan.

GOOD VAUXESl

NEAR EAR DACH DEACH and and boardwalk- oardwa nicely y

furnished 1-2-1 121 bd bedroom apart

'Se Township Committee rewve*

menta with dinlna room,

kitchen, k ,

th. right tn ntfect any or all Hd*.

end private beth $90 week and d By order of the Township Com

up

•15 W St


ittttik**

arflc* B*p« Church i

0>e •mnon. TrW ttev. W.

inghouse

I Clock

Mail* or

THE ESCORT

AM RADIO . WATCH •

FLASHLIGHT - LIGHTER

SCHUFF

SBK-4,.; ¥1

BAMARAl. BROOKS

Summer Surfing Competition

lOffers Action For Spectators

A iriuriiB? $f• amsng; tiuiupitlUuD,

with fivefenaraMdMsienB, has been

thq. Ocean City Surfing

and the Ocean City Rejartment.

Contests will be

it on Tuwday nights, beginning

on

lor men's . and men's division

The highest scorer shall win a special

T. J, Carey Award.

Registration lor each weekly contest

will begin at 5 p.m. the day of

A COMPLETE LINE OF

MARINE SUPPLIES

GAS • OIL • BAIT

WATER SKHS and ACCESSORIES

• BOAT HOIST SERVICE •

„— »

• KOATING MAT DOCK - Up to 26 Fe-- -I^T^M«TI^-WOai-WCNMMIL f aa uNa

t^ate,,....^;,,'fai. WnMamlijl, liW. ligP.g,

. iiai p» M*

;itr

111

l-Wril-1VOMlMtL««aUi

mlfcBf«yi,.«.,l,»il,, „.>;'it- Waatj. »;«, •:•^g,gj.

'•••„ *yi^^ n the contest and will close at 6 p.m.

dayl Junior men's. 15 and up to bui

The competition will be Judged by

not Including 18th birthday; men's

members of the O.C.S.A. and will

division. U and up to but not includ-

be bailed on a point system of each

the 25th birthday: senior men's,

wave ridden. Final scoring will con*

25 yean ot age and up; women's di-

ast of the airfer's best three waves.

vision, no age Unlit, For the second

Medals will be presented to the

2NT P SOT

r In a row there dull be a

4C P 4H*

top four finishers in each weekly

special category, the novice event,

IC* P SH

contest. At the end of July and

the end of August a trophy will be

If, John** Chwchwomon presented to ttie person with the hirtest

composite More for that month,

Attend Annual Dinner nils is the fourth summer that

Members of the Lutheran Oittreh a surfing competition has been con-

Women of ft. John's Church attendducted by the O,C.S_A, in cooperation

the annual dimT at Mac's Res- with the Cuy'i Recreation Depart

taurant last week.

merit. However, the surfing asseeia-

Following dinner Mrs. Joyce Dawtion does not confine itself only to

m told of some of the experiences summer surfing. Present plans call

i her husband, Capt, Donald Daw or a repeat of last year's student

son, who is s chaplain in Vietnam. winter vacation surfing contests, with

Capt. Dawsotl has been instrumen- competition scheduled for the

in the organization of an orThanksgiving,

Christmas and Easter

phanage at Cam Ranh Bay. holidays.

Following the program a. surprise All of the contests, both summer

was given in the form of a '"nils and winter, are scheduled to take

Is Your Life, Mildred Garrison", place on the 14th it, beach. For

•nils ins planned and presented by further information concerning the

Mrs. Sadie Kinder, Mrs. Alice linger,

lbs. Jo Unger. Mr*. Jane Burman

and Mrs. Katherine Monroe. i

;'»^«*iip.5M«t«Br • ,

- Wviiif M OMt orvm a-r-noc-w TOUR ran,

MtlW JBBCY TV CABLI CO.

14»Mjt«)i|IAV^6clAM CITY. N.J., DIAL

g

ty Entnprh*. LsdntMI ftrh, Md.,

whUe fishing minnow bait on light tor three

spuming tackle. Norris used four May

pound test mono to land Ma door- Affairs, tl»

P •

mat fluke.

btr ol C

P

In flw offthore division. ErMt L. Uwes

P

P

Downing, yf Ayer, Mm,, • an out- batals.

door columnist lor Mv«rml Ntw En- and

as P P

gland newspupers. md feature out- and

Opening lead. Heart Jack by West,

door columnist tor the Ayer, Mass writer

Today's hand is another hand South, and Dorothy Seabrook and Public Writ, caught a 6M-pound

which perfectly Illustrates the pitArt

Levme with KH for Bast-West bonlto.

falls of overbidding by many of to. An avenge of 38 was raade

The two writers were presented

lays better bridge players. Monday nighfs game with top scare

lth Perm fishing reeU as their

The "unlucky expert" was ritUng made by Theresa Alexander and

prizes at the tuvwdl luncheon at

South, and contrary to pubUc opln. Dorothy Seabrook with 43, Runners

Ed Zaberefs Angelesea Inn on Sun-

Ion. was absolutely absolved of allup

were George Hnmersiey and Bill

fault in the bidding and play of Haas, «H, Ann Marshall and Hose

Ms hand.

Erickson. 40%; Miriam and Pete

Kickiine, 39>*. and George Hetrick

warn

North opened the bidding, quite

and Helen Ryan also with 39'4. New Delhi — A Hagraphieal mm

correctly with one Club, East and

Mrs, Doris White, operator of the will be urcwHbid In the world-wide

ITest pajsal throughout the auction.

King of Clubs games, has announced centenary cdebntkm In WU on the

With responded normally with one

the Keystone Red Point Tournament Indian leader MohanrtM K. Gondhl.

Spade. North rebld 2 NT. "Oils rebld

Is being held at Convention Hall of The film will be released next Oc-

leseribes a balanced hand, all un-

the TroymBre Motel in Atlantic tober and 122 countries plan to par.

bid suits stopped and 19 to a

It opened last evening and wUl con- ielpate in the celebration*.

high card points. As you can tee,

tinue through Sunday.

surfing contests contact the Ocean the bid describes North's hand most

Mrs, White it a member of the

City Recreation Department at City accurately. South, being able to

tournament,board so will be unable

"Sail,

count to 27, carried on to 3 NT,

to be present at the King of Clubs

which Is the proper contract. How.

game this evening at 8 o'clock in

ever. North was not to be quieted.

the Farashian Building, 8th st, and

She asked for Aces and Kings via

Haven av. Mrs. Olive Mahony will

the Gerber Convention (each bid of

operate the game in the absence of

which shows an • In the bidding

Mrs, White,

guide). South gave the correct an-

* • •

swers and Nbrth contracted for six

Spades. A gross overbid to the inth

Averages of 14 for North-South and

degree.

94',*, for E-ast-Wrat were made at

the Boxwood Duplicate Bridge game

South didn't "have a prayer" to played Wednesday evening.

fulfill the contract. It is an impos- Ploying North-South. Gloria Fleisible

contract. The pair did well to scher and Linda Smith were high

go down only one trick.

with 10SM, Rjnnersup were Frank

The point of today's hand, how- Seigh and Christy McEwan, lOl'-i.

ever, is the overbidding tendencies and Rod Bosbyahell and Peg Welg. DRESS SHIRTS

of the player who rebids their same and, STti.

values. When North made the 2NT

By Manhattan and Eagle.

In the Ektst-West section Peter

rebid, she described her hand for

Stripes, White and MM

Eisley and Jane Summan came in

its enHre worth. The bid said to first with 106, and Virginia Seigh

Colors.

You ran have a BOATLOAD of

South, "I have 19 to 21 points, stop- and Grace McEwan were second with

fram 4.50 to 9.9J

pers in all unbid suits, and a bal- 104 "4. Also above average were Mr- '

anced hand." South heard the bid,

* * ' in • CHRYSLER BOAT

lam Kickiine and Peter KickMne and

and South, being in full command of Mr, and Mrs, William Halberstadt. SPORT SHIRTS

• MLM

his faculties, could do no more than

Boxwood Duplicate Bridge games

• tIKVICK • RKNTAL

bid 3NT, When one player has made

are played every Sunday and Wed-

By Manhattan. Eagle

a bid that fUly describes his hand,

nesday at 7:45 p.m. at 416 Atlantic

and SdoKpareUL Madras,

that player must retire from any av.

Mntt and Stripes. Dacron.

additional forward-going bids and

* • •

cotton and tllk,

leave the future decisions to his

partner. Do not rebid the same val-

Members ot the Luray Duplicate

5.00 to 17.S0

• CHRYSLER OUTBOARD ues. As a result, you will find your

Bridge group were guests at a buffet

game improved becauM you will

dinner Wednesday evening given In

• CHKYSLMt BOATS not be in as many unmakeable con-

the home at Mrs, Theresa AlexsndV SLACKS

tracts.

Forty-two pans attended, O+iottesses

were Mrs. Anita Tallcy and

By Palm Beech and

34th St. * THI MY

Mn, Alexander. Following dinner a

Hart, SchaOner* Marx.

A master Joint game was played

OCEAN CITY, N, J. (609) 3994200

game was played.

Bridge Game Friday evening. Av-

• .9S to 27.95

Top scorers in file North-South secerage

was M,

tion were Mary Butler arid Eea

Winners of the Master points were French, first; Lois Good and Olive

Mary Lane and Hose Erickaon with

TIES

Mahony, second; Earl and Lee Moffm*tm

HH (or North-South, and Rod BohItt,

third; and Irv and Haw! Wil- By Superba and Dsroon.

byshell and David Hutchinson with liamson, fourth.

Jones Boat Co., Inc. Iffi, for East-West,

1.50 to 7.50

Those playing Esst-Wert and Mul-

Runnersup were Olive Mahony and ing in above average were Vivian

MAYS LANDING RD, SOMERS POINT, N. J. Olga Pinnoehio with 10 for North Cameron and Peg McCausland, first: DOBBS STRAW HATS

Joseph Picraol and Dorothy SeB-

PLAY DUPLICATE brook. seesnd; Nan Monihan and Mil-

6.95 to 8.95

MIDGE

dred Grubb, third: CHga Reatrepo and

South Jenay FitMSt Bridg* Rose Capita, fourth; and LUUBn Car-

Club, WiWwood Heights, lin and Rose Erickson, Dfth.

SHOES

Shore Rood and Ocean Luray Duplicate Bridge gamut are

Height* Am., LIN WOOD played every Wednesday at 7.30 p.m.

Nunn Bush

Ainu fram GaMal

In the American Legion Hall, 14th

15.95 to 37.50

iiMnday, aar t

st. and Haven av.

Hush Puppies

fram 10.95

ff*.*

SWIM TRUNKS

day.

1 CITY

By Jantwn sod Robert

Boice. Lane •dtstJon

of ityhs and enlors.

4.00 to 10,00

CABANA SITS

p Juntwn. Both tan

lO.fS M IMS

MEN* and •©«'

MMhiy AM,

Open Friday and

mf Supply Of Sand

HNEL-:

OCEAN CITY, NEW JftClBT, TUtSbAY. JUNi lt,,


s^88Bl§&v QCSAN CITY SINTINtL-U|DO«'

fraopt

bert.

Earlier in the program Bishop

Prince A. Taylor, Jr., of Princeton,

in Ocean City to attend a religious

conference, was introduced as

guest

roBsin chairman for the eve.

ning mas Samuel R. Smith who in.

Induced thi? speaker.

927-S723

Ctjide"

si June K. UST

kMM on Astn?,

M ad • girt «k» tod be*

[ k ie summer dutacm

W* booked at police h«d-

«n • chM«e ol "revcUiiat,

nakfag loud shouts."

Md in J*n for K

•Mfl MO bait mi mined Mr

*' mem.

The |M, Am Doolty. 19. ol PW1m^Um,

*»» «wntuaUy Ibund suU-

«y by Municipal Judge Franklin A.

•oi Bori SO.

MR «artltr, «D Friday. Juno 30.

the time bws bad been tried. Found

fsttty were JUIH* Eagen. 31. Geoffrey

LogM, SB, and Louis J. Or-

Quartet

Judge Francis

Undo, 3D. aU ot prominent FhfindeJrtte

tunlUe*.

The ordinance doesn't say a tvwd

about singing unless singing can to

described as '"revelling and disporting"

and among those who dtatppravsd

of King's decbdan *M Pamsyhyania

Supreme Court Jtatioe-

MidWit J. Eagen, yonng BsxeaM

father.

Justice Eagen called King's court

"laughable", but he made H dew he

tfiund it far from funny. All the

verdicts were appealed to County

Court where the case ot Miss Dooley

vta heard yesterday.

Miss Dooley was represented by

attorney Augustus S. GoeU and city

prosecutor Ronald II. Tuht tried the

case for the city. County Judge

Cuorge B. Francis withhcU decision

apparently until he hears the cases

of the three younfi men in the near

future.

%fiffl Expected As YFC Opens

Annual Sessions Here Friday

More than 2.000 young

from New 3mmg, New Tfofk,

syhmda, Delaware. Maryland. Virgmis,

and the District of Columbia

will be in Ocean City next week for

the annual sessions of the Eastern

Area Cmferaice of Youth For Christ

UftssfettonaL

According to cmiTt-rence officials,

efvatJaDB tor tMs year's sesSMBs

M running abaut 300 ahnd of last

year, and an all-time high in attendance

la expected. The sessions

open Friday and continue through

Jtn M,

The first »eMion will tie nek] Fri

day at 7:30 pjn. in the Ocean City

Tabernacle on 6th St. at Central av.

Rev, Wendell O, Collins, vice .president

— Overseas, will be the open-

O.C. Expressway

Users Miss Hike

Ocean aty-bouad matsristt who

W the Atlantic City Expressway

from Tumenville won't have to pay

an aba dime for the privilege as

they would If their desOnatioo was

Auantic Qty.

AB motorists nap and pay a del.

lar toll at the Egg Harbor toll booth

on Me toll road, and those bound

for Atlantic City have been taitd

another 15 cents at Pleasnntville.

The Expressway Authority announced

on Tuesday mat from now

through September 14 the loll for the

final lap will go up to 25 cents.

Expressway operations manager

Harry Ambrose said yesterday the

raise was a seasonal thing "Just lite

hotels and restaurants chaining more

in the summer."

He noted, however, mat motorists

bound to this resort use the Garden

State Parkway interchange before

they reach PleassntvUle. When they

leave the Parkway at Somers Point

they pay 15-cents in toll.

Ambrose explained that the Expressway

Authority really doesn't set

the tolls, That Is done, under a|pw

ment with bondholders, by traffic

engineers.

Anyhow, motorists using the Ex.

prcssway to reach Ocean City save

a dime, Ambrose said.

Why

The

Monitor

yon road

l

newspaper

•Mai, UMa&Mni, OJtX 0211S

Mr.

ing night speaker. Included In (he

opening night program will be Dave

Beyer, tenor soloist from York, Fa,,

known professionally as Joey Stey.

em; The New World Singers; Jim

Forninoto, me US Music Master

and Earl W. Schultz, Jr., Eastern

ArekMncf president, who wUl emcee

the pngram. This rally, as well as

all of the scsitfnnw in the Tabernacle

and Music Her, will be open to the

public.

ne Area competition of the Talent

Content for Teenage America will begin

at S:30 ajn. In the Tabernacle

on Saturdgj-. At 7:30 p.m. the evening

program will present a "typfr

cal" Campus Life Oub with Bill

Eakin. "Mr. Campus life" as speaker.

Eakin is vice president of Club*

for Youth for Christ International.

During the conference, Eakto wDl

conduct the "Game AMve" nessioo at

B:iO a.m. in The FJrsl Presbyterian

Church Monday through Friday

and be a Quizmaster for the Bide

The YFC o«ee is to be located

in me Convention Hall at 6th St. and

the boardwalk.

11V

) . • • •

• DISTRICT _,_ ...

now caWnet ior. Bishop Prince A, _, , ......

Jr., witti owned mt the cloelng sesalons ot Northeast;

the IStod annual eesaion «f Uw SwUkini Hawto, N< „ .

New Jersey Conference of the M«thodiit mil Bev. Eroest .

Church here Sunday. The district superin- Lawrence Atldmaon,

New Pastor And Associate

Expected In Resort Friday

A new pastor' and a new

were assigned to the Wtm Method**

Church at the annual Southern Mew

Jersey Conference meeting here Wednesday

through Sunday.

Bishop Prince Taylor, presiding

Bishop, announced the appointment

of the Rev, Chorl» Wilcock. Jr., W

pastor and the Rev. Lawrence L.

Dunn as aisHMnt, Both pawn will

arrive here permanently Friday and

will assume duties Sunday.

Rev, Wilcock Is married and has

three children. 17-yearold Mark. 13r^ild

Beth and U-yesr-old Lynn.

He is moving here torn AUersptte

Church in East Brunswick where be

has served for the past five years.

The new. pastor joined the New

Jersey Conference in 1962 after serving

ax a nippty In Bellmawr from

La

HethUbC

vkjus

intD USD WBBB tt &^dfJ90R* ^^!^derson.

ter Square trom MM mrtl Moa, Af

t^ beJas; aii.iM|iiifl Up tti@ QMIIerne*

he M »»Uinwl to Bridgeport,

Center Square where ha remained

until lisft wli9i b# was tosVBf^Red to

Ernarmel Chun* in Penna Grove

unUl 1980. At the Conference in 1960

Rev. WOcock «u tent to Mllltown

whew ha stayed for three years

prior to moving to East Brunswick,

ersPOsjI.j

served b

Churth.

Rev.

The Her,*,

pointed

cast DMrist <

Acheson, <

Rev. Dunn, who holds hit Deacon's

orders, served as • supply at Leesburg

and Dorchester from HBP until

1364 when he was accepted Into the

triot,

the n

t^ew Jersey Conference, He has been

attending school at Asbury College

KM A

In WUinon Ky. Mrs, Dual, who also Infiinost

has been la school, will delay her kids cant'l

arrival here until August to complete worth ot i

her school work.

port.

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Imann Weds G.Taylor In Grace Lutheran Ceremony

local tntermt was

G Luther

i be

_ i Taylor. The

'mack, pistor, *

; ceremooy

i Unwood. I

T, of Rlchnipod.

hlnwnn. of Ltahonor

for her

Oark t»I**e»

Mr,, and Miss

"aljof PWtadel^,

atrred ai beat man. (jBhers

yre raartes»Ttioinas Breekhelmer

of noeheiier, N. 1., M JMA^,

«, Gh EJ lB ^»» to her father,

the bride was attired in a floor.

length iHmriMT oi silk orgmua styled

with an empire tiqdj« mi Urn

•lecves of Venise lace and a ehuel

length train, H#r watet-lengih veU

was held by a wreath tad ehe „,,

rted an arrangement of rest buda

and Bristol fajry.

The bridal attendants wore floorlengtli

ildnmief ROW of •print

jinen featurlna Mandarin neckllnfs

-Ring Ceremony Unites

try, Spencer K. Knight

L> niM dutch

ay for tne wed-

__. Linda Henry,

and Mn. Wslton

p_1 »., art 7 W,

I. dry, and Spencer

jn o* Mr. and Mrs,

__^ of Oladwyne, ».

f^uthsmel offleiated at

• ceremony. Mrs, John

,____.. I *• Wher

MM soWst.

i GeUsel. of Warm.

...«_ Bill &W, eousto

Iwsi mattOB at honor,

,ss bridesmaids were

• Oivle, of CSierjfy Hill.

arin. of HunUngdon Val-

IsU Suzanne M. Lep-

^t, N. J. Junior brides-

, the Misses Linda and

,my, sisters of Bit bride,

B GeisscI, of Warminster,

Ua citj r . was bent man,

I inhere were Eugene Alage

Mcod, Joel Lavenson.

|B, ¥„ and Thonias Nolan,

, ._ attired In a full

_e ghm with a butterfly

J

Button veil held bi place

bow of ottcrman motch-

•, Ihe gown featured a

|MW attendants wore full

i gowns of silk worsted

and lemon yellow,

... were clusters of

Unit ol matching material

ranted old fashioned boil.

LttUes and baby breath,

rdiughtcr's wedding Mrs,

: an ensemble of mint

UNLAND

EVENTS

( y )

• FWotKlwante Club dinner

SL, at Daniel's Restmu.

(rl

I Chapter. Women's Auxili

Shore Mt-morinl Hospital

t,nxn, at Atlantic City Coun.

n Urns Club dinner meeting,

. M Daniel's Sestaurant.

• • *

of Somers Point Fire

»T»o meeting, I pjn., in the

av. firehall,

-

Methodlst Martha Circle

I dub luncheon, noon In the

|«Mn Frank Probst, 247 Mill

Past 352 American

• Meting, g p.m.

• • *

• Point Jaycees meeting, 7

laHirrys Inn,

OR lUI

|M tttiibute your longevity to

from alcoholT" inquired

reporter,

centenari«n admitted,

r wite would have killed me

• fcaehed a drop."

silk with matching pillbox hat

and a white orchid corsage. For the

occasion Mrs, Repir selected an

chiffon dKss with matching

accessories and a wrist corsage of

white sweetheart roses.

Following a reception at the Hun.

tingdon Valley Country Club the

couple left (or a wedding (rip to

Lake Champlain in Vermont and into

Canada, They will make their home

in Ftot Chaw, Philadelphia, For her

going away outfit the blrde chose

a spring gray dress with matching

gray-white-black coat and gray

shoes and bag.

The bride attended Ocean City High

School and was graduated from Abington

High School and Centenary

College for Women. She is a teacher

for the Philadelphia Board of Education

in the Day Care Center program.

The bridegroom is the grandson

of Mr, and Mrs, Eugene Ridker, of

22 Ocean av. and a graduate of Har

tiion High School.

and Venlle lace trim. Their en-, High School and was graduated Iran

MmUcs were completed with match-1 Mainland Regional HW» iehooi " In

m *f«rte« '"« «hey oMU M i l - a^ QetrjAurg

bouquets of white daisies and Brto.

tol fairy.

For her daughter's wedding Mrs.

WiWmann chase a yellow coat en-

•fmble with matching aeeeoories

an* a cornage of yellow rosebuds.

The mother of the birdegroom se*

lected a blue linen outfit with matching

accesaories and a white orchid <

corsajn-.

Following a reception at the Lnntem

IJght Inn, Smithville, the con.

pie left tor a honeymoon at Cape

CM, Man, They will make their

hom§ at Ithaca, N, Y, For her go-

Ini away outfit the bride selected

a brown and blue linen ensemble

with brawn patent leather accessor-

"m.

The Mde attended Ocean City

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Both are in graduate »ihool

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Education matting.

dub meeting, 8:30 p.m

Baratk, 90S World War I Veterans

AtodlUry meeting; I'W, in

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av.

Club meeting, 11 a.m.

In the clubhouse.

the Creative Arts Center,

av. Open to all painting

IflM Barbara Leary, daughter of

Mr, and Mrs, Russell S. Leary, Jr.,

of 2004 West av. and 1002 Concord

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A 1963 graduate of Upper Darby

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TW. wa h mn), nw i»'«_

it iff -i* *«•«_•! U »^ft

THRU SUNDAY

lo »^30 SU«.

enthuslsstic abent hcupttfll

Wtaeis*

»B _ __» Mm importtnt, of

helping wane there is a great need

r help Being of erviee Is very

TMi OCCAM CJ1Y *DNT4NCM.H»«M

Btidfrl

H of 98 *m~ made at

of am 1M0U** Brlflwr

Friday a*** tn the

• - • • » .

Many loc*l piayer* participiitwJ m

• Keystone K^iaoal DUpUcste

Bridge TtournameDt

wnk In the new GBnvMUan Hall

of the Colony Hotel in Atlantic CMy.

Between WO and 800 table* were In

Dr. Karcla T. BmMh was

as Wflman of tin Vcar by menfl)ara

in Soraan PotaL

SSTXriiv BWUB^ST T .

Tto'«aa>atoi'«lBV. '**. Mij'JjIJMjjt''*'

For Mveral after hU 196j 196jJ

redrernent, tronj.Humble bl OD OD ana

HMtw, bBOaua* of his low ot wk K, flM»

second

«w OOBUI, iQobstj'had at»ay« want- AM M a were MMM with «,

Re?** t b W Bayonne Plant, ad to locate along the south New Mr. and Mnt U NMatt MM M

year « Caassnoro Btote

Jerney snore. So wkM 1h» naMMun. tmrd With 44, sad Rag Nippon

** Bran to switch Job* to Us pre*. ana E3imbeth Cum were fourth In m» ML

• location, ht M deUghWd. w«ti «. . ' * _ . .

As pmonwa admuusttatttf at Bag of Crob. Dopoc«te Bridge Ocean OV W»b «o»w», Is tne

JAM Memorial, Donttty Is Malted games are played maty MMday and

to (fat MUM gamut of employee m- Friday at • p.m. in the Twaahisn

" ow» MwruMBft p»oy ,

Building, 8th st, and Haven »v, Ho*

^j^g TTflltg^^^P ft9 ^^B^^^^^^aaBBBB^H^HBBss^ ^^^Bfj

" " iik*>g with all ot the rec

and other activities bv

"fts BU nstanvely new. Formerly play during the tour-omy CMt,

MOGtorswoe deeply invdhrtH m the The Open Fab? AuMT was 1

business end ot operating hospitals. Saturday. Qualifying

Now they tsams mat they can more held In the aftemooo with the main

constructively nse tbeir time and and consolation games played Sat-

energies as medical men and leave urday evening. Winner* m the mahj

m» operation of at least larger hw at were Mr. and Mn. Robert

pltal», which are a nig business, to uw, at Mew York, with 4C.

Bained professional staffers' Placing second were Peter Weh>

Doherty has developed and Mro- seUsco and Roy Rubins, of New

duced many new •ystumi. programs Vot*, wtm m, asd coming In mlrd |

and forms to help nuke the opera were Doria While and Roberta Mn-

tion of Sbons liemoria) more ef. deuHfm, of Longport and Margate,

flcienL Thanks to Doherty. with «S poti*s, gaiiiag Wfc of the

rk Is automated in an coveted Red Fgtat. Whan a player

moot with a local bank, tormaUMd earn 50 Red MnB at such major

training programs have improved competition they are made life masthe

eadeney level of

TS.

rules and regulations have been documaited

in hanlboois, and regular

Mrs. White oparatad the King of IJNWOOD — Cart B, Swansen,

employee publication has unproved

Club« Duplicate gam* here twice of Hi Wabasb av., received a

morale and' teamwork.

weekly, and Mrs. Mendelsohn plays

tasbtkv «t «VUB9 deense fmm

in the local games.

According to Doherry, the field of

Other local players winning Sat-

The Theological Seminary of the

aplul work is very much in need

urday evening were William Haas Reformed Episcopal CJmrch m

of retirees.

and George Hamersiy, of Ms city: FWiadelphia at graduation cere-

"There are all types of openjngB-

whs received six Red Points and

tor aecountaBis, derW, bookkeepers

monies conducted recently- He to

six Hack Points In the Consolation

ensineera—and many are paying

a 1960 graduate of Ocean City

game, and Mr- and Mrs. Jack Ben-

Jobs," he said. 'Of course, hospi

nett, of «s city, who played in High School and will enter 0>e

tals are anxious to get as roany vol.

the Side Event Game,

ministry'

unteers as possible to keep operattog

ooits down,

"Since hospials frequently have

part-time Jobs and are willing to Mainland Regional Student

tadii worters far many simple poiittom,

ttiey take on retired people

who may not fit into regular " Will Attend Science Program

ness life,

"In turn, retirees ran offer the A total of 41 high school seniors Alvin Jedlicka, of JUT RicJuud dr.,

hospital stabiUty, as they are notfrom

16 states will attend a Mcond> Unwead, a student at Mainland Re-

nearly as likely to be movtai around ary science training program in engional High School. '

as much as younger people. This gbseeYing, eoniputefs and mathemat* Financed by the National Science

is particularly true II tte work Iocs- ics to be condncted June 23 to Aug- Foundation, the program will show

DOB and conditions are pleasant,"

ust 3 ty We* Wsgnia Universiryi students ike •cope ef modem en-

Doherty emphasized the employ-

—lite of EnghieeTlng.

gineering and Its relation to science

ment ntdt of liospliateby i

and i*tB#yt»*jriT ^-out

mat mor* man J,Mo b

-mong tm sturlenhi will be Oiar-

ta me (MM Bates employ ever two les A, Jedllclta, son of We, and Mrs. The students will participate in a

six-week esune In nmiuUfi programauiig

and wjawrt •Mtbanait

Ch

WJB computers alao will be used in

a inrcEWcek courne tn introduction

Seats New Officers

V. h

f of

of.*.JE 4th afl). and. Is

•dtisfylng—probably me of the most

Important in(£redicnts of a aiccessfttl

ret&^niesK.'

OMMATR

Benedict E. Natter, son of Mm

Virginia C, Natter, of 116 Wesley

av,, was BmtkiatM magna cum

Uvude from Temple Untvenoty Friday.

He t*cervea


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m. MMrt U M Bay

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Egcfellafif esndififlft, Owner mewing,

uMMa SUM. CO« (5.000. M

at tUltamriM, lltft aiM pay or

•Mnr MM W«hi Ay,. 2nd ftoof.

•A8T COACH BUHm gn .

MM win black tannniMa top.

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LOST—S-tairtMy avafllnf Park Plaea

Mack, naar th. atipi boy', era.

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muctilnc ehalri. and attar anulj

IMnw. CaT Ml 1893. 6-18

OPEN MONDAY THRU SATURDAY

|i fcm i© ii&o P.M.

Ig^r 0** Beach omf BoaniWalfc Parking

m f

Annual Artisans Shore Outing

Begins With Musical Concert

tenton will bold lt» M Awiual *d by *• MM Excellent Office

Outfng Mt SW*v thwptfi Sund** followed l|f *e Onlor Ami and irHT

j)M » to m. Bmw\ at Atom* Umntrial POM W

On Friday ewrfng « •• M** *»«


£•

Y *rM|L.fJ

'mam

_ • •

Conventions

Department __

i for the paMfctty men

ajr mgMtattMM wttd) would find

eqamniM. S^Uog tltftm oat haspubdcUy

on May y 2 that Den was

of u3tcTn_npow«r ia the P. R-"

"•bow (vMon M at t CM ConununM plan l

ntn* and participation" in (be "Poor

T*J«t__k bo__lly, ia

People's" march a Washington, 1_

the retort by to* late Martin Luther Klne


individual companies.

Nfe pgMiefta business than

i Or magaanes and our city

, now should be in a position to

IrMfrtTllfeOraB to Visit

fauMi h— reBiaidad at

may. In ntcf, nave decreased.

„ Ita own efforts, has brought sales

[aBaer. group* to the city.

1 solicitation by mail and in person o:

[,so- Ten wlui ujtcn uud sjmpalhe«e-hf •>>

v "-i

tweeii th the black and white dnwr» dtfteni to - the "• voices '— which -*"* demand •«-'"« tor •*«• "• Bishop Guttbtfte Said,

of our countries and our communi Negro a sense of a_ identity ml The Bishop fs_ that many ask

Ues,"

racial pride which aim at strengttir n what they cafi 6a. Be said- _* he-

The prelate, a fornur Auxiliary to Ing his (the Negro's) economic an. I ns stven snmeaMM'K «co_ a_

the late Frauds Cardinal Spellman political position.

that the hUttal step nUgpt be. t» M-

who came to the dlo(_g in March, Referring to the black power move- Jow the »Msm that comas bom tha

gave the statement in the Iprm of a ment, the Camdcn Bishop stated, black cr___iy__, "&> twit

pasroral letter which was read, in "Because of the poweriesmesB


A* iuntfteon Meeting

fVWtt,odi«t Poftor

MARMORA—m a newsJMMr to his

ptuishkneers. Reverend Bruce Phillips,

pastor of Trinity Methodist

Church, is beginning his ninth year

an n*s>nr. Cfcnrdi statistics tor the

.jW^H^y^a^F^^^»***^wy

Suggests G. I. Is Much Safer

m Than Ih Riot-Torn U.S.A.

America and Vietnam. Today Viei

kw^* m «d (

frm4Mii We are

tpwm, bridges and road*.

Kr*»W aw nMHt n 'earn ho*

«P

lmH«Hffer«it from Americans. Most

5«ft t WMt to Subscribe tc

tHE XV JENTINEL"

&?:-

I'M T«£D OF WAITING

A IOOK AT THE

Township

School Mm •aa wiM UVK TODAY.

r b«liH.Mctok«t1kiaW

•Druminar'. Man*'

A WaWlsbt of the HMNm waa the

•nay NIfljr UPBBI Slaj«" •tocll» tif Helpst chplrBtvin for HieReverend

Phillips has baptised four Oafta fJeYMa wan eieptau* mass

TWWint tetter. fl» noted this year, married seven and has waked arotmd heavOy as the

priced "Gold- had HO pastoral calls. Me asked the sang "Ka-hanp, Ka-lamp. I

members to work and pray together an an mefbmat Swinetag my

•Hint come" baala. (Mcttnv be that the coming conference year Trunk." Richard Smith Ma a tmmy

to the Cancel Society at will be one in which tMr church down and acted out m, pom which

HM AUantie av.. Atlantic Oty, or grows both numerically and spirit- the das* (Bid. Sarah WWtten porually.troyed

the fat lady of the ci«w.

He also reminded them of the Daily Three lovely ladles from Hawaii

Vacation Bible School which began were Letwre Johnswi. Carteen DueJro

group and asked Ibe on June 17 and mill continue until and louise Yotaig who did a hula

June 28 andwin

be held every dance. Jill Clayton and Marjarie

opening night at Smith-, morning ftotn a.m. to U:30 a.m. Schoenewaki acted out a poem •boot

•llle Matte

There will be classes far fa all youngseals

and bounced baBoon ao ttetr

Theater goers may also purchase people from age three through young noses. Three monkeys acted out a

poem about monkey anfies. They

Many young people of the church were Jackie Reynolds. Donna Tro-

will be attending Cburdh Cusps Ola pMno and Bonnie Cole, MJcbari

Wn. fcutjtnm nerved luncheon la summer also. These are located at Frasca. Marjorle Schuenewald and

the (String town ot the Flanders, Malaga and Mt. Misery,

Kenneth Breckley were circus lid.

ers and galloped about on toy hones.

Two trained tigers were put through

the paces by Doom. Tropeano wt»

held the hoop while Mict-ei Eobank

and Karen TawIDJger jumped

ttrougb it,

The program was attended by

many parents.

U» few admits, tat they arc •mart,

especially ill wife itt ti

They are a very frightened people

and most of them move tt towns

close to Army beset Thjy fear the From Eloiae DsU, Nebo, lUinois:

Viet Cane Ihe VC Isn't much bet* Iro not otacOy a ha»-been, but 1

ter oft. They are Just as sand ofd'

don't have h the d go I had h

the rmplB as the people arc at them, wfasn I worked as a dark k in i what h

hit and run but do not hitwas

then called the general store.

unless they know they have the And the name applied was certainly

most power on their side. They are correct, far it included meats, groc-

on their Hist legs They took a baderies,

dry goods, shoes and boots,

beating during the Tet Offensive,

and tritat.hBve.yoB. The

losing more tan SO.000 In two weeks. waa pumped by hand from

Now they are making wonen aoS barrel and most ouafamen used

children light tor them.

kerosene lamps*

Many people back in the states Coffee was ground on a large Bind-

our boys home but a lot ofer

operated by hand. We also trans.

them would rattier stay here, Some ferred eggs brought infrom

the

feel we are safer here than in ourcountry,

t to t otter tt and uoed

own country. There are riots at their containers tor the grcer groceries

borne hat owe the VMnmase are which they purchased. The custom-

fighting the VC for their freedom. ers would read oil their list of arti-

A newborn chUd In cothex country cles and you gathered them tofWher,

is the sane but Ufa changes them, reganBens of the amount of walk-

Bert a boy fives in a hut of straw. ing Involved.

Ma as pain, eats Ccattotts which Times have changed. Now, when

have been thrown away. He looks you enter the large seU-servla;

tor a helping hand but has no one •tores, you take the shopping cart

to ttsn to. An American lives in aand

"you" do all the waUdng. But

house, not h hut that is faffing apart. the display of various foods are al-

IBS ^HHBJI! IK

ways to attractively arrangied that

doesn't use It right. A Vietnamese you always flni»b by buying more

AH «MuM DM to pi to achsol bat•ban

was anticipated, which makes

can't. Americans have what they tte store owneM happy. So, Just pay

M l

*o (star lust your brH and try to be happy C.

go out and lank *»r teouhle. uhle. Maybe HtM fSttkSlS tt Ms catapw

the*, would appreciate li»j In America

Evuay Vietnamese would like to

come to America. Then waa a band

here who ashed me to take them

when I Mom and be their guardian.

Soldiers here rca|Jy appreciate home

now-moma cooking, Mrs, girls, and

most sf all, as more rice,

Sp. 4 Patrick Burke

HHC 2-H Inlantry, K H. Div..

APO 9m Francisco, Calil SB385

Vacation

BRINGS RESULTS

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NEWARK — Dr. William Pearson

ToUey. chancellor and ftiesldent of

Syracuse University, Syracuse. New

York, wifl be the prtpdpal speaker

at the SMt annual dinner of the

New Jersegr Slate Oaarciber of Coramene.

Earl N. FMIo, protdent of

the Chamber, noted rott the slinnawould

be M Tbutadtty. June 21, «t

the Hobcrt Tratt How, H

WOOL YIKLO "'

MEW BRlmswmt. *- Uor« than

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Second Baptist Chun*.

«sy W«i (not. (June Ml) The Mew

Jersey Sheep and Wool Cooperative

Marmora Vofesstacr Wbm Quomaat, Miaa castrated the nooL th.

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UOOtBM, SECOMOFUKm I bad. Little League

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with 320 boys floH w?

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*WLAWTIC CITY. ML j.

THE OCEAN CITY SENTINEL-LIDOER

New Jersey's First Kidney Transplant

Performed In Livingstone Hospital

New State Financial Measure

BL Faurte Baknr

l i^ m been added to

OsV; 4t NHMT tttfulara: Harry

a Hart. Gardner; EmOy and

ftajihond Ldfve. Mr.

TtaKkmMcDonoighTwaJ

sar McQIaas*. Mr. id MB. fflbhard

A

election^

d

Seen As No Relief To taxpayer say

fTOr - Little •nurraw t* dy $35 per jNpD does not Ududa any spective

either reHef for the ovniwrdmfd provUon that school districts apply peal

property Mrt^ayer

me addM! stale binds u an offset

UMI of tax betas an outsfandftaf

tfwfflfcr. ft* baa served the club

•k'UMdtnt, treasurer, and tournelfatdj'Wmng

,

natety' 30 over yvtir&a

period of ap-

m MS surety imls»

Mm. espec-

Ur the Illustrated lectures he gave

Ik* on bis travels «nd his cheery intehtisatlan

at Ibe end of each progressive,

"Did everyone have a good

HmeT"

We'll be seeing you at the dub

meeting tomorrow. 11 a.m., in flit

club home and the Brat of S progresrivw.

7:30 p.m.

Let*• get our sunumr program oH Shown left to right with patient Robert Hartman are Charles C. Abbott, M.D., Chief

to a fine start]

of Surgery, Saint Barnabas Medical Center, who headed the kidney transplant team, and

Eteine Pelezynski, R,N, Also observing the patient is Anthony Scala, president, Saint

... the. entire and alaolue free- Barnabas Medical Center.

dom pt the press is essential la the

pKlvBUon of gjjvemment on theAt

St. Barnabas •

Mate ot a free eoostttutian."-Danlel

This waa KM view of the New Jer^not

bring properly tax relief except

sty Taxjiayen Association today. Tbe In the initial year when It was man-

hUbT a* moving through tbe state dated."

legislative proeem at It

Whether ofbetttng state aid" In oth-

One bin (Senate 721) would retain er measures (Senate 7M and Cenato

up to $33 million in state aid 755) lncreaslnc the State Govern-

nually to munlcipsJltks on • ment's share of financing welfare

capita tvialB to provide local units programs "will result In easing the

with 10 percent of the state sale* said property tax burden, a lessening of

use tax revenues, now totalling f342 control over welfare spending at the

million annually.

county and local level, or simply a

The measure Includes "no require- propoHitjnate Increase in other exment

that the aid money be uttUxed penditures at both the county and lo-

for cither tax relief or any cal level Is unknown at this time,"

program." NJTA pointed out the Association said. While endors-

we share the concern ol

ing the principle ol the State ulti-

of the legislation for lessening the mately assuming all welfare costs,

pressures on the real property tax- NJTA cited the need tor developing

payer." said an Association memor- uniform policies and substantive

Bndum, "we can find no assurance changes In county and local pro-

that etttwr state tax revenues or lograms, to achieve a breakthrough in

cal services unproved by tte passage the wttan cycle.

of Senate 721. We suggest a man

specific application of the aid funds

be set forth either in terms of spend*

ing programs or tax relief . , . ,"

Another measure (Senate Ml) to

increase state aid to school districts

717

SENTINEL-LEDGER

, NNN Notiry This Office of Yew

CHANGE OF ADDRESS

TWO WEEKS IN ADVANCE

SMti a postcard or mall form today.

STARTING

OP MY SINTINEL-LEDGER ,.,,',

NAME.

STREET,

PROM

crnf.... STATE,,

STBEET.

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TO

STATE .i...... ZIP CODE

CHANGE ADDRESS

znp cool.

OCiAN CITY SENTINEL-LEDGER

i P.O. MX BOX 238 OCEAN CITY. HI U2U 08226

Associate In Stimnem

LWDJOSTONE, N.J. — Sun with oxygen.

I donor kidney, is reported by Dr.

Bamabas Medical Center was the It is a technical evaluation that Charles Abbott, Chief d Surgery, to

scene last Tuesday morning of the under hyperbaric medleine conditions be in good condition. Dr. Abbott,

first complete human organ trans- there is less chance tor relecOon who headed the transplant team conplant

accomplished in New Jersey, of the donated kidney.

sisting of eight surgeons, two an-

aacl the world's first kidney transplantation

to take place under hy-

For^-year-Qld Robert Harnnan,

esntensU, 12 nurses and technicians

is exceptionally pleased with the

per-baric medicine conditions. New Providence, who received tte

patient's condition.

The hyperbaric medicine chambers

Hartman was given tte kidney of

at Saint Barnabas were specially de- Marine Pvt. Harrington IS-yMHild Shelly Smith, who died

signed so Out both can be used

as the result of an automobile acci-

simultaneously for medical at Kir- Is (n Basic Training dent. It is of human interest that the

elcal treatments. The interconnec-

Hartman and Smith families both

tion passage lock between the two PAJUUS ISLAND, S. C, June 10— live In New Providence and Shelly

chambers allowed for the use of the Marine Private James R. Hemngton, Smith and Hartman's son were

two chambers during the six hour 18, son of Mrs. James W. Smith, o schoolmates at the New Providence

transplant. One chamber was used 423 Bay av.. Ocean City, is going High School.

tor extraction and perfuaion of the Uirough recruit training at this Ma

Anthony Scala, president of Saint

donor kidney, while the other was rine Corps Recruit Depot,

Bamabas has made medical history

used for the implantation of the don- His first atop when he arrived within the pest two yean in the

or kidney to the recipient Utilizing here was the Depot's receiving bar. utillzatioB of its hyperbaric medi-

the two chambers which comprise racks where all new recruits are cine tocili^. The first occured In

tte world's largest and most com- processed. Here he received his first January UCT in Uw successful cryo.

plete Hyperbaric Medicine and Re- issue of Marine uniforms, the equip, surgical operation on a poor risk pasearch

facility, the transplantation ment he will use in training, and tient." Scala continued, "the Medi-

was accomplished in a much shorter his first military haircut.

cal Center will continue through re-

time man would have been me rase. After being placed in a training search to probe medical boundaries

The operation took place at three platoon with other new recruits, for other uses of this gr^at modal

atmospheres absolute (46 pounds per left the receiving barracks sni began ity."

square Inch of pressure) which sat- his formal Marine training under

urated the recipient's body tissue the close guidance of his Drill In.

stnietors. or "D.I.'s". Until he grad

Mss Theresa T. Vefpe, duughter

Township Students

nates, eight weeks after he entered

of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony J. VoJpe,

IN JUST IS MINUTES

boot camp", these seasoned Nqn«

of 12 W. Aberdeen rd, one of the

P YOU HAVi TO

Are Honor Graduates

ommissioned Marines wil guide and

manbers of the grsduating

SCRATCH YOUR ITCH, Bjpervise Ms progresss in physical UPPER TOWNSHIP — Some of the at EUidieott Junior College In

conditioning and development, rtOe students of Upper Township who at- Beverly, Mass., received tar degree

•cth»

marksmanship, and other skills tend schools in Ocean City received of associate in science at the 28th an-

far i, MM fdn, which he must master to be a awards last week. Among those outnual commencement.

Marine.

standing student! was Gemma Kul. Miss Volpe also partldpotcd in

IP

esm who is highest scholastically in m activities of Baecalaureate Serv-

the graduating class at Ocean City es, Close Day and social events

High School and who was class vaj. honoring seniors and their parents

edietorian. Miss Kulesza is from during commencement, A major in

ASBURY BAKERY

Tuckahoe,

Interior design, Miw Volpe has com-

Rnchae Battersby, Palermo, gradpleted nff-campus work experience

1161 Asbury Ave. Dial 399-1939 uated from , St, Augustine's School, her major field during the reg-

received two safety poster awards. ular college Internship period.

One locally and one from Washing- While a student at Endicott, Miss

Open 6 Days a Week ton Patricia Bixby, Beealey's Point, olpe was trasurer of the tresh-

received an English award and one lan

lor progress in mutsc, Carmella Ax-

CLOSED MONDAYS

sinwall, fifm grader at St. Augustine's

School, and from Tuckahoe, re- •IT TROUT M TUN

OPEN SUNDAY MORNING 7 A. M.

ceived the reUgion award in her

TRENTON — Success of New Jer-

class.

sey's spring bout stocking program

DELICIOUS CINNAMON BUNS

Many ofter students from the a and fall hunting prospects were the

are on the honor rolls at both Ocean main topics of last week's regular

HEARTH BREAD * PASTRIES • PIES • ROLLS City High School, Holy Spirit High meeting of the State Fish and Game

M MMMUMMMMHH MM •»»••••! School and St. Augustine's School, Council, sccsrdlng to OannlsBloi

Robert A. Roe o( the State Department

of Oonatnntton and

Development. Over 611,000 adult trout

To fnaure Uninterrupted Delivery of Your

Were released in Garden State wa>

ters through June 11. tte date tf the

meeting. The Council's Freshwater

Fisheries Committee praised tte

quality of tbe fish as "the beat

in yean," commending pasumel

of the Charts. O. Hayford State

Fish Hatchery for "an outstanding

Job under trying drcunurtunees."

•+ * -. ^ * «

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Autos Matttr Artitan 2,000 Visitors

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Expected For YFC

of noabtlsia win be

I Oeean Oty tWs weekend

I hundred vintage ailtp.

I thus around town In* the

I feasnore Outing of tte

dub at Amer-

k beiiw staged by the

^j,Rn) the Anttqu* Au-

^ sad sntlque car buffs fnun

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list Of Can

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1, Section 4

S o'clock at the fab.

Asbury av. at tth st.

of tne restored

I register lor «npetlBon.

I morning hours, tbe cars

• tahllc display to the arm

rounds and the

parking lot .nearby.

llfeni Saturday aflsnWon. the

" atinal will be

, isd the can wDl move out

| M ksaikMDni paiade, wMch

> on the boardwalk. Hie

p > raVtwrlng stand

t cst BaafilBMlk 'lAidc Fter,

llWW ««"«««

at ath at, tth st

av., and StOi st. will

M aad la MM. to

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misS at Sftt tti a^A 4vl.

its open the MM hours.

Way, Wedntaday and Wfr

'• AU of tfa. piayfrounds

f fta dlnctiatt of aB*. Jaae

•*• wrtaat tatciat baseoan

r«atr ttw du^oti of Fred

fcpffl bagin at » ajn..

|4aU at tth at and Bay av.

V th* *gM of

to fsutkxpMB In

i

William A. Jamtt

1,100 Artisans

Here For Outing

Most Excellent Master Artisan

William A- James, win head a Caravan

of 1,100 Artisans and their famines

tor an eventful weekend at

Americas favorite family

starting today

Included In the official family of

Artisans will be the Most ExeUent

SDperintendeM Walter F. Bedsow,

a resident of Ocean dry: Most Excellent

Inspector Richard W. IMlla,

of ColusntaU, Pa-; " '

The annual sessions of tne Eastem

Area Conference of Youth (or

Christ International opens here today

(IWdayJ,, and before they'end

on June a a total of 2,000 young

persons are expected to have been

in attendance.

The first session will be this evening

at 7:30 o'clock in the Ocean

City Tabernacle, where the Rev.

Wendell G. Coffins, vice president-

Overseas, will be the sneaker.

Music lor the evening will be provided

by Dave Boyer. tenor soloist

from York, Pa., known professionally

a* Joey Stevens. Abu in the

program win be the New World

angtn. Jim Fortunate, the 1868 music

master, and Earl W Schulti,

Jr., Eastern Area Vice President,

will be masters of ceranoisea for

the program.

The ana competition of the talent

contest tor Teenage America win begin

at «:30 ajn. Saturday In the

Tabernacle. Saturday evening at

T:30 o'clock, the program will present

a Campus Ufe Club, with William

Ealdn, vice president of Clubs

lor TTFC, the speaker.

During the conference, Ealdn will

conduct "Come Alive" sessions at

6:30 ajn., Monday through Friday,

at the First Presbyterian Church.

The Eastern Area Conference include*

groups fnan throughout New

Jersey. New York, Pemsyivauta.

Delaware. Maryland. Virginia and

the District of Columbia.

OCIAM

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New City Ordinance

s Tough On Vendoi

r :,

„__ -_-„ ^aoBMidftett*, Mto Artisan.

1967 gets tfce itmstag* Wrom without My h*Jp ttom S-L

caption wrtmf. \ i

A "rooter moid" to patrol

parking meters throughout the

city will soon be a part of

the local scene as she glides

around town in a Cushman motor

scooter..

Public Safety Director R. Robinson

Chance announced the

purchase of a while three-wheeler

on which the wntd, "Police"

appears in big black letters.

The scooter, which has a eonventional

seat and is ckeed

against the weather, even cone*

equipped with a heater.

Chance said the tew addition

to the PoUcc Department's rolling

stock was purchased from

the Rhoades Mobile Equipment

Co. of Philadelphia- Its list

price was 11.917 but the Rhoades

Him knocked off J66 because tne

scooter had been used aa a demonstrator

for about 10 days.

Artists Helpers

NeededForShow

Artists: helper* are needed for tte

sixth annual boardwalk art exhibit,

here, the largest event of its kind

In the world.

The stuw is scheduled for Saturday,

August S, on the boardwalk.

Helper* are needed to assist some

SOD arHsn* set us their work and

watch tt daring tte day. QduMMa

arrive tn Wv* tan S «JB. to asH

ajn., and uauafr stay till 6:30 P-m.

Hclpisr* may choose their own *nor».

"There la no reshictknB as to

age for an aruafs helper," noted

James Penland. esMblt chairman.

"AH that la rcqnJral i* that he or

abe be wiUng to help in Ods hays

Person* Interested in signing up

aa helper* lor the day should eontut

the -Ocean City Creative Artt

Center. «• W#slay a*., of eaD. »••

Wit. All bdnks win be given Uennfloaaan

badge* tor 0* exhibit.

The Art Center uBt^sJ"

ante wtu be hM for

Mr «a

Mrf brl«f the prss* about the Bow*

walk Ait Show.

M M ftinns for the Boardwalk

ArtSn«r en also t» otfataad M

P t Tft

MDsf)4n

Commtaton«»r

The *toa*tl ts. «*H

rUunttof down tigttl

summer when any merchant* wts>

violate fee arovMona of ondlnsnctr

W, Ine P"" course

winch regulates peddlers, hawkers arrested early Thursday after he at a recent CHy Com

evening, driven, family orial Post No 120, American legion This year's curriculum includes

and vendees of food.

led two policemen in a radio car ing ' 1 II t

will meet at tne Alvyn Band Mayor Robert L Sharp will some advanced courses as well as

The new ordinance, published as on a wild chase through mldtown

*r dinner and awarding of be present to present the key to the the ususl make-up work Advanced

legal advertisement in today's Sov streets.

prties. Each car visiting city to James, and Miss Artisan of courses being offered include world

tinei-Ledger, is complete — 8o com According to Patrolmen Robert Pop Bottle

for the outing will be pre- I9S7 will be introduced.

history field biology chemistry tech-

plete that only the hardiest of ped Wummcr and William Warren. Flal-

4 brass plaque.

On Saturday morning the Artisans niques of writing and Introduction to

dlers. hawkers and-or vendors are tow whined by them at Oh at. andFined

$100 In Court

will conduct their automobile pa- collene reading For any further in-

will wind up on Sun-

likely to bother with licenses West ave. They gave chase but tt

rade through the street* of the city formation please contact Mr James

Thomas E Powers. 18, «} DL_.._.

when the cars will line

The ordinance covers vegetables, wasn't until Fallow reached 2nd st.

of tte Primary School

Registeratinn will be at Music Kirk guidance director at the high

Hill, Pa. riding with ttasie enrn-

fruit, ice cream, frozen custard, and Central ave. that they caught

av at 6th at. and drive

i pier on Friday evening or after 11 school

paivons following a coaWenOou ton

water ice, snow balls, lemonade, up. At that point the lifeguard slam- record hop. had a bottle from which

Atlantic City. They will

lorn on Saturday, for anyone wish-

soda water, waffles, pretzels, hot med his speeding vehicle into a car had been drained enty drop 0» con-

a boardwalk there, with

,ng to participate In the Treasure BANK DIVIDEND

does and any other type of food parked at the curb.

tents. *

at the Convention Hall

Hunt Valuable gifts are offered by

peddler, hawker or vendor might At police headquarters Fallow was

•national awards will be

the merchants of Ocean dry. The Board of Directors of The

So, Powers tossed tne bottle Iron

irffer for sale.

charged with drunken driving, reck-

•he drivers.

Free tickets w!U be available at Cape May County National Bank has

the car. It hit a pedestrian

Music Pier on Saturday morning JSareda aen.l-ar.mial dividend of 50

Each hawker must provide a reless driving, ignoring a stop street at Wayne av and Olh at, and Wed-;

for wonderland. 6th «t andItbe

cents a share on the bank's stock,

cent photo of himself, his finger- sign and doing 65 milea-an-hour in nesday In Municipal Court his ac-

boardwalk, and Gillian's Fuh Deck,

It was reported yesterday by Bruce

prints, and must give the dty ref- 25*nlle zone.

tion coat Puwera $100.

_ st. and the boardwalk. This Is

P IJTmonThank president The divierences

by two reliable property He was released In J6S0 bail for Municipal Judge FrankUn A-

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