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1 C l j e J ^ t p i v m C i m e s i O C E A N G R O V E & N E P T U N E TIM E S VOL. CVIX N O. 17 TO W N S H IP O F N E P T U N E, N. J T H U ^ D A Y, A P R IL Postal Servic*e W a rn s Consumers A S B U R Y P ARK In keeping with the Post al Service s All Service C am paign the week of April has been declared as Postal Consum er Protection W eek. It is also known as National Consum ers W eek." Th e Postal Service prom otes public awareness to alert the custom ers about mail order swindlers who bilk people out of m illions of dollars annually through phoney mail order schemes. B y alerting consum ers to Ihe possibility of phoney prom otions the United States Postal Service hopes to keep its custom ers and th e ir m oney from being separated needlessly. In the enclosed photograph, A sb ury Park Postm aster, A N T H O N Y F, G R O S SO, SR., is shown explaining the convenience of mail order shopping without running the risk of being taken by swindlers. Shown accepting the brochures on Fraud provided by the E LA IN E TO L L IS O N and B O N N IE ROW E, both of Neptune, Couple Celebrate 65th Anniversary OCEAN GROVE A local couple was married by Rev. J. H. to their marital memories. Mr. a n d Mrs. Otto Bollbach celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary on April 12th. The cou-.j^le w a s married by Rev. J. H. ^ 'u rn p f of the Harrison Baptist Tabernacle, Harrison, N.J. in It is noteworthy to mention that the ervtire bridal party is still living. They moved here in 1974 from Kearny, after being summer residents in the Grove for 19 years. Because we liked this shore community, we decided to move here permanently," they said. After 65 years of marriage they have many memories. For him, the memories spanning the 37 years he worked for the Kearney Board of Education are most vivid. He retired as chief custodian engineer of Kearny High School in During those years they were active members of Calvary Methodist Church, Kearny. Bollbach, a 32nd degree Mason, is a past commander of Triumph Commandery, Krrights Templar No. 24 of F&AM a n d Mrs. Bollbach is a past president ^ the Ladies Aux. of the same organization. He is a past presi- FOR SALE, near ocean, 2 fine income properties. Cfeiil OCEAN GROVE REALTY, dent of both the Men's Retirement Club and the AARP of Kearny. He was First Aid Instructor and volunteer for the Newark Chapter of the American R e d Cross for 30 years. Mrs. Bollbach, the former May Peterson, worked for the DePpnt Company in Kearny in her younger days. She williingly devoted her married life to home and motherhood, often sewing for their three daughters. 1 cherish those days, she said. I also enjoyed the time spent working in our produce store. Over the yea,rs there have (CoQtinutt<i on next Poge) B IK E A -TH O N SUNDAY N EPTUNE C ITY A Bike-a- Thon to benefit St. Jude Children s Research Hospital will be held at the Sylvania Ave. Playground, here, on Sunday, April 29, from noon to 5 p.m. Refreshments will be provided for anyone riding. There are prizes for those collecting over $10 from sponsors Sponsor forms will strll be available at the registration table. Come out and join the fun! LAMPS RE WIRED One day service. Drop off at the Loft. 60 Main Avenue, Ocean Grove, 9 12* Bank Robbed.. First For Grove OCEAN GROVE Give me your money or I ll blow your brains out. And the teller at Mutual Aid Savings & Loan here on Main Avenue gave t h e unidentified white male the available cash between $3,000 and $4,000. This was at approximately 11:- 20 Tuesday morning. The office TV camera photographed the suspect who fled on foot. He is (described as 20 to 25 years old, medium build (5 ft. 5 in. to 5 ft. 8 in.), with a thin moustache and wearing brown gloves, rimless glasses and dark clothing. A weapon was not visible. Neptune s Detective Capt. Vincent Martin is in charge of the investigation, in cooperation with James Hoffman, FBI agent. Detective Lt. Angelo Diglio and Detective Frederick Faulhaber are also in the investigation. Capt. Martin said the TV photos of the robber are profiles and a composite full face is be ing prepared. The bank robbery is the firs» for Ocean Grove. Jennifer Culp, David A. Sirois T roth Announced HADDONFIELD Mr. and Mrs. John Culp of Haddonfield, announce the engagement of their daughter Jennifer.Lee, grand daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Davis of 24 Central Avenue, Ocean Grove, to Mir. David A. Sirois, son of Mir. and Mrs. Ben Sirois, of North Wales, Pa. David Sirois & Jennifer Culp Miss Culp was graduated from Temple University, Philadelphia, with a B.A. degree in Political Science. In January she received her commission as a Second' Lieutenant in the United States Army assigned to the Military Police branch. Mr. Sirois is studying dental medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. The wedding is set for June 30th. TOW NE c o f f e e SHOPPE 60 Ma n Ave., opp. pest office, Ocean Grove. Open 7:30 A.M. to 2:30 P.M. Mon. thru Sat. Closed Sunday. 47tf Denise Kenstler M ark Dutton Fii^aged to Wed WARREN Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Kenstler of Warren, have announced the engagement of thefr daughter, Denise' Claire, to Mark Andrew Dutton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Brock W. Dutton of Watchung. and Ocean Grove. Denise Kenistler and Mark Dutton Miss Kenstler is a graduate of Duke University and the Morris town Memorial School of Medical Technology. She is currently employed at the Veterans Administration Hospital in Lyons, N. J. H e r fiance is a graduate of Wheaton College and is the Youth Director of St. Paul's United Methodist Church in Ocean Grove. A June 16th wedding is planned. Three to Speak At Chamber May 1st OCEAN GROVE Another season IS abjut to begin in this Victorian seaside community, and it shows promise of being good one with the Salvation Army Congress in early June and the World Camp Meeting in August. These groups of thousand's of people coming into the Grove will benefit the community, not only for this season, ibut will acquaint many to the charm of Ocean Grove for future seasons. In a renewed effort to work together In fostering th? goals of the Chamber of Commerce which are to "Promote, Preserve and Protect Ocean Grove" the annual joint meeting of the three divisions of the Chamber, (Business & Professional Division, Civic Division and Hospitality Division) will be' held May 1. at Day s Restaurant, 48 Pitman Ave., at 8 P.M. The guest speakers at this meeting will be: Mr. Robert Perry of the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection speaking about the project, Main Street USA, of special interest to Ocean Grove businesses. Mr. Paul Shaffery, Monmouth County Department of Industrial and Economic Development to address the subject of Tourism, and Mr. Joseph E. Bennett, Administrator of Neptune Township. It is hoped you will find the speakers and their topics interesting and beneficial to your business. All interested parties a r e cordially invited. (U S P S ) T W E N T Y C EN TS Court to Question Absentee Elderly N EPTUNE TWP. Mrs. Almerth Battle, w hj was defeated in the 1982 General Election by i own ship Committeeman, Joseph M. Pepe, was granted the right to invalidate 74 absentee ballots that she felt were Improperly cast. The New Jersey Supreme Court has called for the selection of a special investigator to question the elderly residents in nursing homes and senior citizen projects. Mrs. Battle has noted that these ballots were improperly filed. Superior Court Judge John P. Arnone will serve as special master to direct the questiorving of the 61 senior citizens who a r e still alive and who cast t h e ballots now under inquiry. The complaint had previously been dismissed in December 1982 when Superior Court Judge Thomas F. Shebell Jr., felt that the alleged violations were n o t sufficient to invalidate the bal lots. Township Committeeman Joseph M. Pepe issued the following statement to The Tim et last week I have examined the Supreme Ck)urt opir>ion dated April 18, 1984, in the matter of Almerth Battle for a recount of the Election held November 2, 1982, basi- HOUSING AU TH O R ITY ELECTS N EPTUNE TWP. William T. Kresge, publisher of The Times, was elected chairman of the township s Housing Authority last week. Rev. Verner Matthews, pastor of the Second Baptist Church, Asbury Park, was named v i ce chairman. Other members of the Authority are Mrs. Almerth Battle, Roy Dunshee, Joseph Mauro, Leo Polisano and Robert Pontecorvo Q BOB HOPE SATURDAY OCEAN GROVE Doors will open at 5 P. M. this Saturday, April 28, for the BOB HOPE SHOW in the Great Auditorium. Tickets may still be purchased at the Camp Meeting Assn, office and at the door Saturday night. There are still a f e w reserved seats and general admission available. $49,600 FOR BEACH REPAIR AVON-BY-THE-SEA The board of commissioner's approved a $49,000 emergency appropriation for beachfront repair, damaged by the March northeaster. Contracts will be awarded at a special meeting Monday. The commissioners also adopted ordinance setting a $75 security charge for beach parties, banning these parties on weekends, and a $20 fee for a tennis card purchased before June 15. Teenager cards are $10 and temporary permits $3. Cards are required May 15 through Oct. 15. TEM PO HAIRDRESSERS Try the BEST CARD OF TH A N K S Many thanks to all who sent cards and remembered me in their thoughts & prayers during my recent confinement at Jersey Shore Medical Center (Signed) CHARLO TTE MEYER

2 Society Sets July 20 For House T ou r, Philatelic Bourse & Phoenix A w ard OCEAN GROVE Summer plans of the HiSftorical Society of Ocean Gfove center around JU LY 20. On that date, memibefs were told 'at (the quairterly ^meeting Monday night, three toig activities are scheduled. The 15h annual House Tour spk>nsored toy the Society, will be held, as has become traditional, on het 3rd fniday of July, with the Beersheba Philatelic Bourse planned for the same day. An additional event, at 4:30 that afternoon, will conclude the busy program; Presentation of t h e prestigious Phoenix Award f o r outstanding restoration in a tourist destination by the Society of Travel Writers. imetnbers of the Historical Society were reminded to advise their out of town friends that House Tour tickets (priced this year at $6) go fast and that order should be placed early. This year's tour will feature homes large and small, at least one tent, and "a surprise" which Committee Chairman Mrs. Lawrence Norman is working on presently. Centennial Cottage will open early in July, Cottage Coordinator Byron B. Holmes reported. Right now a committee of local gardeners is working to get the grounds in shape. Volunteers are needed, he said, to help in the gardens as well as to get the Interior ready for visitors, and to hostess during July and August. Anyone willing to assist should telephone 'Meantime Benjamin Wade, projects chairman, is preparing to o the annual planting in the Vicorian urns thruout the town, another longtime community service of the Historical Society. President Eugene C. Farrell reported that he a n d Holmes were studying proposed Neptune Township ordinances which impact on the Historical District, & would report their findings. Joan Ogden has been appointed corresponding seoreary to fill the unexpired term of EleSanor Balinsky, and a search committee is seeking a replacement for t h e treasurer, Thomas Tarantin, who resigned due to the press of personal business. The ongoing membership drive will be stepped up during t h e summer when interested visitors to Ocean Grove will be contacted by the chairman, Mrs. Irving J. Hurry, At Monday's meeting she reported a large number of new life memberships as well as several new regular members. The quarterly meeting was preceded by an interesting pro* gram on an old craft arranged by Mrs. Byron B. Holmes, program chairman. She introduced Warren Buckland, who teaches marquetry (the art of creating designs from small pieces of wood). The craftsman traced the making of a ''picture of wood from the tree to the completed design. He told of the various kinds of woods used, demonstrated the cutting of the tiny components and their assemby, and allowed the audience a, hands-on" view of the indivirfual parts. Mrs. John Griffith gave t h e opening and closing prayers, and Mrs. Oliver Collier accompanied the singing of "Am erica". G R O V E S PE C T A C LE S H O P P E COM PLETE EYEGLASS SERVICES Randall Schwerin 43 PILGRIM PATHWAY Ophthalmic Dispenser OCEAN GROVE, N. J OPEN WED. & SAT. 9 A.M. to 12 NOON SA V E SAVE from 20-50% -^.a^^town SHOP JU N IO R, MISSES AND HALF-SIZES FASHION AND SPORTSWEAR 523 M ain Street B radley Beach, N. J If you shop once at Little Town Shop, You ll shop there all the Wme. O C E A N G R O V E F L O W E R and G IF T S H O P P E Thank you for your Patronage This Easter Season WEEK END SPECIAL $2.00 New Shipment of Green Plants Visa, Master Charge & American Express Accepted 44 Main Ave., Ocean Grove - Ted and Gaiy Trouwborst, Props. Hours: 8:30 A.M. 5:30 P.M OCEAN GROVE AND NEPTUNE TIMES THURSDAY, APRIL 26, 1984 The next quarteriy meeting will be on Monday, June 25, a Francis Asbury Manor. Allegros Owning Agency in Grove OCEAN GROVE Real Estate is a household word for us, says Irene Corbo Allegro of Neptune. Mrs. Allegro and her husband, Vincent, plan to open and run the Allegro Agency as a team. The Grand Opening of their full-service residential, commercial and industrial real esta,te agency, to be located at 55 Olin Ave., here, is slated for Saturday, April 28. I feel a great sense of accomplishment when I help bring the right buyer and seller together, sa,ys Mrs. Allegro, who is opening The Allegro Agency after over 12 years experience as a real estate agent in the fast - growing Neptune, Wall, Ocean Township area of Monmouth, The Agency is a member of the Monmouth County Multitpie Listing Service. Court to Question (Continued) cally challenging my election to the Office of Township CJommittee in that election. I agree with the Supreme Court's concern about invalidating the vote of any citizen. it seems that this Is a first step in an erosion of the rights of our citizens to vote. If the violation of procedure in this case can invalidate a vote, then I sug gest that procedure in other ca,s es can invalidate the votes. The Supreme Court In its decision, invited the Legislature to review T B K S H E L L B E A U T T S A L O N 72 Main Ava. Ocean Ontm, N J. Til. 77S4461 Atnanalbtd fanrlct O. K U K E R Jew eler JEVTCLRY REPAIR W ATCHES DIAMONDS MAIN ST., BRADLEY BEACH (0pp. Railroad Station) We Buy Old Gold the statute to determine whether the statute should be modified in order to avoid disenfra,nohising a voter. I wholeheartedly agree. My concern since the inception of this case is that the chal- 'lengeby Battle is basically against nursing home residents. I believe they have a right to vote & once they have voted, I am reluctant to challenge their vote by asking questions about a vote that was cast one and one^half years ago and two general elections back. I as concerned about the age and condition of the nursing home voter. I believe they have a right to vote and are capable of voting. Nursing home voters are of advanced age and have certain physical frailties. I am ireluctant to impose upon the frailty of these voters at this time of their lives, and am perplexed as to wihy the Court is allowing questioning of nursing home voters one and onehalf years after election has occurred, and after intervening, general, primary and school 'board elections have occurred. "However. I am willing to abide by the decision of the Court in this matter. "The Court has declared that I am the incumbent Townshin Committeeman of the Townshio of Neptune, and have served in that positlkyn for approximately one and one-half years of my three year term since the election of I win continue to act as a active and concerned Township Committeeman for all of the, citizens of Neptune Township. ST. PAUL S OCEAN GROVE A t the 10:45 service this Sunday, t h e Rev. Walter A. Quigg will have Jesus Christ The True Vine as the subject of his sermon. The Chapel and Chancel Choirs will sing under the direction of Dennis Edwards, organist and choir director. Nursery is available. Junior Church for children from kindergarten through third grade is a- vailable during the service. Sunday School and Bible Class meet at 9:30 A.M. and the Assembly Bible Class at 2:30 P.M. At 4 P.M. is the Vesper Hour. Jr. UM YF is at 5:00 and Sr. UM YF at 7 P.M, Next Week On Tuesday, May 1, the Work Area in Church and Society will meet at 10 A.M. in the Wesley Rm. and the Administrative Bd. will meet at 7:30 P.M. in Wesley Rm. Bible Hour is on Wednesday at 10 A.M. Choir Reheasals: Wed., Cherub 3:(X) & Crusader at 3:30 P.M. and on Thursday, the Chapet at 7:00 and the Chancel at 8 P.M. C oup le (ContinuMlI been so many changes, they remarked. One of the greatest changes they've experienced is the means of transportation. In the twenties Bollbach drove a horse and wagon as part of his produce business. Then, there were the days when he worked as conductor on the trolley cars in Kearny. Riding on the Red Cross Ambulance during the World War II yea,rs is also prominent in his memory. But their id'earest) memories include using other means of transporta tion car, train, ship and plangf for numerous vacations from Maine to Florida and Bermuda. They are currently members of St. Paul s Methodist Church, Methodist Men s Club, Blanche Kemp Women s Circle a n d the Salvation Army Senior Citizens of Asbury Park. Bollbach sings with the Melody Makers of the N e w Jersey Old Guard of the Jersey Shore area and is a member of Como Lodge No. 238 F&AM of Ocean Grove. The couple have two daughters living, Mrs. Mae Young of Clifton and Mrs, Dorothy Hannan of Westfield, six grandchildren and s i x great grandchidren. A granddaughter. Mrs. Lynn Knapp and her husband, Robert, hosted a family dinner anniversary celebration in their honor on Easter Sunday at their Bloomfield home. We are blessed with a wonderful family. Mrs. Bollbach said. "Now another memory has been added, they exclaimed F or Summer Fiiii 1 BLOCK TO OCEAN ON WESLEY LAKE 3 MEALS DAILY $125. Week For Reservations WARRINGTON H O T E L 22 Lake Ave. Ocean G rove N.J C H IR O P R A C TIC is defined accum ' rately and properly as a therapy based upon the fact that an intact nervous system is necessary to health. (J. Robinson Verner) V Kevin L. Parks, D.C. Chiropractic Physician l i i f t SHOP O LD C O R L IE S A V E., N E P T U N E By Appointm ent (2 0 1 ) Unique Gifts and Ant'ques Porcelain and Glass Candles - Soap - Carda, etc. Lay-aways graciously accepted- Hours; Mon.-Sat. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. VISA, M ASTER CARD 54 MAIN AVENUE OCEAN GROVE. N. J. fo r Gifts T-SH IR TS and SW EATSHIRTS * Michael Jackson * Cabbage Patch Care Bear Where s the Beef Oriental Logos and much more! (Open an year, Mon.-Sat., 9:30 to 5 60 M A IN A V E N U E, O C E A N G R O V E f

3 THURSDAY. APRIL 26, 1984 OCEAN GROVE AND NEPTUNE TIMES Craft M aking Art b y S ally Asa " it W om an s Club M ay L ib ra ry Show N EPTUNE T h e Neptune Township Woman s Club held its meeting at the Hamilton Firehouse, Apr. 18, with Doris Schaub presiding. A donation of $30 was made towards the restoration of t h e Statue of Liberty. At the previous meeting a donation of $100 was made' to the 'Mt. Prospect Cemetery towards maintenance for the year. Guests for the meeting were Mr. a n d Mrs. Roibe'rt Judge of Murphy s Craft, Red Bank, who demonstrated one of their crafts a Loopy Easter Basket. Members participated in a project a rose. A flea market Is planned in Ocean Grove on August 4th. Members will hold their annual dinner on May 9 at llventos. ^ T h e meeting closed with re ^ s h m e n ts served by hostess Helen Campbell, in the theme of Easter O LIN ST. EN TR ANCE N EPTUNE TWP. The Fine Arts Room of the Neptune' tlibrary will have a showing of Water color and oil paintings by a very talented artist, Mrs. Sally Asa,, of Elberon, for the month of May. Mrs. Asa has been practicing and teaching paintings in oils and acrylics to beginners and professtionals for the past 20 years. With all her experience She did not find this media a challenge, until she discovered the media of water color several years ago, through the renowned water colorist Edgar Whitney, who became her tea,cher. Painting in this medium has brought the challenge she was seeking. Mrs. Asa a native of Boston was educated at the School of Practical Art and Boston Teachers College. After serving in the U.S. Armed Services as a draftsman at the Aberdeen Proving Grounds, Mafyland, Mrs. Asa did post graduate studies and special art training with Jan Argay, France; Joachim Loeber, Austria: Edgar Whitney, New York; Arthur Bar D A Y S R E S T A U R A N T AUDITORIUM SQUARE OCEAN GROVE S U N D A Y, A P R IL 29 R O A S T T U R K E Y w. Dressing 7 45 R O A S T LEG O F LAM B B E E F P O T R O A S T. 7^45 Includes: Soup Salad Potato, Vegetable RoH Dessert Beverage Serving at: 12 p.m. 2 p.m. 4 p.m. Reservations The Beachley Family Pathway Market Everything for the Ta b le " bour. New Jersey and' Zalta,n Lzabo, Russia. The past fifteen years has brought her many first and second place awards in juried shows. She has had eight solo shows in the USA and Israel and is Hsted^ lin American Artists of Renown At present some of her paintings are on exhibit at Jersey Shore Savings and Loan, Cookman Avenue, with other artists of the New Jersey Shore Artists League, Asbury Park. Her paintings are in many private collections in the United States and a,broad. Some paintings can be seen at the Guild of Creative Art Gallery, Shrewsbury: and the Haddad Gallery, Denver, Colorado, Mrs, Asa has a very large oil hanging in the ma(ln lobby of the new Marriott Hotel, Santa Clara, Ca'fiforina^ incid'entaty her picture of Driftwood in Sandy Hook won first place and Best In Show at the recent judging at the Jersey Shore S&L, Asbury Park. The theme for the Neptune Library show is From the East to West. I am sure the public, will not want to miss this display of a very talented artist, and it can be viewed during regular Library hours, Retrospect I T G i K o e b G c g B y Richard F. Gibbons Back in the days before Turnpikes, Parkways, Interstates and other super-highways, a good way to see New Jersey was by th u m b. In other words, hitch-hiking. As a m atter of fact, hitchhiking wasn t illegal in the s and 1930's. Im agine two brothers who had never seen an airplane except for a little barnstorm er at a country airport. Th e y decided to see what aviation was really like, so they hit the road for Newark Airport. Before you knew it, a frie n d ly driver had stopped along the highway and the intrepid two were on the way north. Said friendly driver was going only as far as Perth Am boy. With a Th ank yo u, the pair saw him off and put their thum bs to work again. Probably glad for com pany, another motorist stopped and two teen-agers were northbound through the bustling industrial areas,of Woodbridge, Elizabeth and, then, into Newark, via Route 1. " T h is highway goes all the way from New England to Florida, the driver said. Minds wandered. Imaginations blossomed. But reality took over, because over there, practically by the side of the highway, was a huge airplane. Newark A irport those days was an unpaved sea of landing strips and small hangars. Sm all planes cam e in and out. There were no fences. And that m am m oth airplane at the side of the highway was irrestible. Soon, two lads were taking its measure. Th e y couldn t believe O N E airplane needed T H R E E engines. (It was a Tri-M o to r Ford, once king of the a ir.) Th e y walked round a n d round the Tri-M o to r. Th e y learned that it flew as far as W ashington, Chicago, Detroit. Th e adventurer'- trudged the dusty landing strips and exam ined other planes. Th e re m ust have been a dozen, or even more. Th a t was Newark Airport 55 years ago. To d a y, the T ri-m o to r fs a m useum piece. Th e airport is Newark IN TE R N A TIO N A L. Scores of planes which carry as m any as passengers each are parked at any one tim e at its sprawling facilities. A nd there are fences and barriers everywhere. O ld G uard Notes The featured song during the introductory music period at the last meeting of the Old Guard of the Shore Area held on Thursday, April 19th was Easter Parade." Chaplain Oliver Collier s opening prayer dwelt on the significance of Holy Week. Rev. Collier san^g the hymn Hover O'er Me, Holy Spirt, written by EHwood Stokes, the first president of the Ocean Grove Camp Meeting Asssociation. The secretary remarked about the observance of Patriot's Day in Massachusetts. Director Devonshire reminded the members to make reservations for the end of year luncheon with the la,lies present and scheduled for May 31st. Ken Quier outlined the programs for the remainder of the year. Henry Waltke spoke of future bus trips. Dave Gamble read a letter of thanks from the senior Citizens at the St. Denis Center in Manaspuan, Hans Nielsen brought greetings trom former members, George Riemersma and Henry Sutphen. Hank Meyer reported humorously on his financial affairs, and greetings w e re extended to Bert iroast on xhe occasion oi inis 62nd iwedding anniversary. Henry Waike won Ine tree haircut, and the attendance was reported to be 44. uuring the remaining half hour George Doolittle presented tne second half of <his leccure on old time cars, covering the years ir'om 1900 to John Gritnth assisted by working the slides. this was an interesting and nostalgic review of all makes of cars except the Fords since these had been described in an earlier program. Director Devosnhire received a vote of thanks for having effectively orgainzed the trip to Huntingdon Playhouse on Apr 1 14th. Do You Own Pmperty in Neptune Township? Keep informed through The Times $12 a Year by MaH. Cor. Pilgrim Pathway & Olin St. O C E A N GR O VE P H O N E Store Hours «; :3 0 P.M. M O N D A Y thru S A T GRADE A Chicken Legs WEEKEND SPECIALS USDA CHOICE Bottom R ound Roasts... 79c lb... $2.79 lb. W ESTERN 2-3 LB. P ork R o a s ts...si.69 lb. M ON TCO BOX OF 100 T ea B a g s... $1.19 M ONTCO 7 OZ. PKG. Mac & Chee.se Dinner. 5 fo r $1.00 M ONTO 4 6 OZ. CANS Vegetable Juice Cocktail... 75e SUNSW EET 16 OZ. Large P r u n e s......$1.19 SENECA 35 OZ. JARS Macintosh 4pple Sauee... 99c C alifornia L e ttu c e... 49c Fresh Fancy Asparagus T rip le 2 Liter Cola Fresh Baked Hard Rolls Fresh Produce Delivery Service 99e lb. 59c NEPTUNE TOWNSHIP SCHOOLS KINDERGARTEN ROUND-UP Birth Certificate A G E : 5 on or before Oct. 1, 1984, Physical Exam ination *Diptheria (4 doses), Polio (3 doses), Measels & G erm an Measles & M um p s Im m unization C ertificate required. Requirements for Registration W ritten proof of a physical examinatiofi d u rin g recent m onths from your fam ily physician or a local clinic. Kindergarten Round-Up Dates SLafk R iver H ills - Tuesday M ay 1-9:00 A,M. Sum m erfield - Wednesday, M ay 2-9:00 A.M. Ocean Grove - Thursday, M ay 3-9:00 A.M. Gables - Tuesday, M ay 8-9:00 A.M. Green Grove - Wednesday, M ay 9-9:00 A.M. B radley P ark - Wednesday, M ay 23-9:00 A.M. PRE-KINDERGARTEN ROUND-UP W hitesville School B angs Avenue Tuesday, M ay 15 9:00 A.M. P re-kindergarten R o u n d -U p M ay 15 W hitesville School, is for Neptune Tow nship children who will be age 4 on o r before October 1, Th e P re-kindergarten Program is supported by federal funds. Consequently, priority m ust be given to those children who qualify under the Federal Guidelines of E.C.I.A. Chapter I.

4 OCEAN GROVE AND NEPTUNE TIMES THURSDAY, APRIL n P T E E N Y EA R S AGO (From the April 25, 1969 issue of The Times) Thirty-four Neptune Junior High School students were named f o r memibership in the Scarlet Key, the Neptune chapter of the National Junior Honor Society. They were 'Mary Ruth Anastas, James Arning, Pat Carrington, Ronald Cameron, Elizabeth Coats, Olga Marie Colangelo, Mary Lee Clanton, Fred Denbigh, Cynthia Gelay, Penny Holi, Rebecca Robbin, Linda Thomas, M'ickey Ven de Walker, & Donald McQirr of the 9th grade. Eighth graders selected we're Paul Beutel, Phyllis Bird, Lloyd Goldsberry, Kenneth Fischer, Richard Habib, Melinda Holl, Richard Nemeth, Steven Pinkston, Richard Porter, Patricia Jobes and Miiriafti Ramos. New members from the 7th grade were Doreen Fluhr, Kevin Fornino, Michael Kirby, James Morris, Henry Meyers, Nancy Paleia, Perry Sici'l'iano, Victoria Smith and Jay Stern. The Neptune Township Woman's Club elected officers for the year. They were Mrs. Christian PaTizot, president: Mrs. Vera Wiilliiams, 1st vice president; Mrs. Francis Kelly, 2nd vice president; recording secretairy, Mrs. Richard Goldsberry: corresponding secretary, Mrs. Joseph Voltlin nad treasurer, Mrs. James Hendrickson. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Devlin, 75 Benson Avenue, Ocean Grove, were the proud parents of a daughter, Melissa Lynn. The Ladies Auxiliary of the O Brien Major VFW Post elected officers for the year. They were president, Mrs. Harry Newman, Y e O lde Tym e Keeper Watches & Clocks Repaired W E B U Y O L D G O L D and E S T A T E JE W E L R Y 4 3 P ILG R IM P A TH W A Y O C E A N G R O V E Stores Hours: T H U R S. thru S A T.. 10 to 4. For All Your Floorcovering Needs S E E Davison R ugs 39 P ilgrim Pathway O C E A N G R O V E, N. J. Te l U R R B O N COAL li FUEL OIL Highway 35 & 3rd Ave. NEPTUNE cmr Residence 77 Broadwar Ocean Grove D O W N M E M O R Y L A N E senior vice president, Mrs. Madeline Heckman: junior vice president, Mrs. Anna Lopez, treasurer, Mrs. Frank Lane; chaplain, M r s Harry Brower; conductress, Mrs. Mrichael Lemtx); guard, Mrs. George Martin and trustee, Mrs. Stanley Sliwa. T H IR T Y YEARS AGO (From the April 23, 1954 Issue of The Times) Sgt. William J. Cailanan, of the 382nd Military Police Battalion, was named an honor graduate at the USAREUR Intelligence and Military Police School in Oberammergau, Germany. Sgt. Cailanan, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Cailanan, former proprietors of Cal's Snack Shoppe in Ocean Grove. More than 500 worshippers attended Ocean Grove s historic Easter Sunrise Service at the beachfront. Following services 155 of the worshippers enjoyed free' coffee and doughnuts at the Biarnegat Bay Rest., guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Dafnis, proprietors. Paul J. Strassburger, retired Ocean Grove merchant, was honored jointly by Grand Lodge of Masons of N. J. and Ocean Grove Lodge, No He was presented a gold iapel pin signifying 50 years of membership in the Masonic fraternity. "Old Reliable" of Yankee baseball fame. Tommy Henrich, was the f^tu re d speaker at the annual Red & Black Banquet for Neptune High School coaches, athletes and band. Menubers of the banquet committee were Mrs. Leonard Zirkle, chairman; Dr. Theodore Schlossbach, Peter De William Hogan and Mr. William T. Kresge. Mary Beth Prieistley, Shark River Hills, had a party to celebrate her fifth birthday. Attending were Janet and Joan Ackerman, 'Linda Carter, Helen Evers, Judy Kelly, Joanne Sturm a n d Bonnie Turner. ILuiIti May Cooper, Ocean Grove, was renamed president of the Woman s Society of Chrlst'an Service at a meeting at St Paul's Church. Serving on the nomiinating committee who presented the officers for election were Mrs. Homer Shepherd, Mrs. Gifford Konckel, Mrs. Homer K re ^e, Mrs. Harold Hartshorn and Mrs. Neal Tompkins FIFTY YEAR S AGO (From the April 27, 1934 Issue of The Times) A dream of Chairman Raymond R. Gracey, of the Neptune Township Committee, was finally made a reality.in the completion of the Alberta Lake project in the center of the township. Once a swamp filled with rubbish and an eyesore to surrounding residents, this spot i«as turned into a beautiful fresh water lake. Mr. Gracey had the united cooperation of the other mem'bers of the committeie, Mr. Lovemen, Mr. Johnson, Mr. Wh'tlock and Mr. Garrabrant. Florence Louise Marshaill, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William R. Marshall, 97 Broadway, was guest of honor at a pa,rty in celebration of her ninth birthday. Eighteen of her young friends were present. The Tumbling Club of Neptune High School gave an exhibition of their stunts at the school auditorium. Taking part were Eldon Slocum, Herbert NichoHs, Victor Investment Prop.-Center of T ow n SIX APARTM ENTS Second block from ocean 17 years ow. Excellent condition.. AM aipartments rented! Gross Income, $ 2 8, plus. Washer and dryer for use of all tenants. Come in, we have the key. Listed at $262, PLEASE NO AGENTS. TW O APARTM ENTS St. Paul s Church area. Corner.. Large front porch.. First floor; Large entry room, living room, large bedroom. Modern kitchen. SS Bath. Large yard area..- Second floor: 2 large bedrooms, full tile bath. Large modern eat-in kitchen, plus large modern family room.. FuHy carpeted* new- hot water gas-fired heat, full cellar. WE HAVE RENTAL APARTM ENTS AVAILABLE. ALL YEAR AN D. SUMMER. WE ARE CLOSED ON TH E SABBATH J. A, HURRY AGENCY REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE 66 MAIN AVENUE OCEAN GROVE Phone Day or Night EstaUlshed Over 69 Years Better Buy From HURRY S and Be Satisfied H. T. Ayers, Plum bing & Heating R E S ID E N TIA L and C O M M E R C IA L, O LD and N EW W O R K C all E L E C TR IC SEW ER & D R A IN S C LE A N IN G Estimate Cheerfully Given 115 Newgate Lane Neptune, N. J. N. J. STATE LICENSE #1584 T H E P L U M B IN G S H O P O N W H E E L S Furclllo, Norman Roden, Lincoln Hall, Jack Priestly, Steve Blauvelt, Joe Curio, Floyd Richardson and Joe Barthlome. The Monday Niighters Club met at the home ^ Miss Helen Mitchell, Corlies Avenue, Neptune. Attending were the Milsses Lenora Brand, Bernice and Kathryn Burleigh, Alice Effingham, Erna Woodruff and Mrs. Lillian Pfou. The following officers were installed in Ocean Grove Chapter, No. 170, O.E.S. Worthy Matron, Mrs. Harry Whitlock asso, matron, Mfs. Helen Tihon; conductress, Mrs. Margaret Clayton; associate conductress, Mrs. Olive Roe; secretary, Mrs. Jean Marshall; treas urer, M,rs. Hattie Strudwick, trustee, Mrs. Nellie Sweet; Adah, Mrs. Frances Reynolds; Ruth, Mrs. Florence Ketcham; Ester, Mrs. Maybelle Raymond; Martha, Mrs. Myrtle Jackson; Electa, Mrs. Jean Shaw; Marshall, Mrs. Florence Lamke; Chaplain, Mrs. Ethel Davison; warden, Mrs. Grace Adams; sentinel, Charles E. Weaver; Miss Jean Tilton, color bearer and Florence Bangert, organist. E IG H T Y Y EA R S AGO (From the April 23, 1904 Issue of The Tim es) The contract for the removal of garbage, including the disposal of dead cats and dogs in Neptune Learn and Live Township, was awarded to Dr. H. S. KinrTKinth at an annual cost ii**- $400. James A. Bradley, Asbury Park, founder, presented Chief Walter Gravatt, who was to retire May 1 from the Neptune Township police force, with a copy of the World s Gazeteer. To the next chief, William Steelman, he gave an accident insurance policy for $3,000. Ocean Grove fire commissioners were stiji studying the request for keeping horses in the Washington fire house from Saturday night until Monday morning during the summer months. The horses were used to pufl the fire apparatus. The son of John E. Andrus was married to the daughter of Rev. A. J. Palmer in New York City. Both Mr Andrus and Rev Pakner were members of the Ocean Grove Association The thermometer dropped an d records were broken. Snow flur ries took place one day, while the water crane on Central A v e n u ^ near the corner of Heck, Ocean Grove, froze and bursted. An orange tree may bear fruit for more than 100 years.... when it comes to the transfer of property many people live a n d leam " which can result in financial loss or disappointment. On the sale of 0<'ean Grove property this Agency offers you the opportunhy to "learn and live.'" Our agency backed by 64 years experience wkh Ocean Grove property, is in a position to give you ALL available facts and trends of real estate. In the event you are interested in buying or selling, drop in or give us a call, it is certain to pay a good dividend. Did you know there once were over twelve (1 2 ) Realtors in the Grove now we re down to seven. Of course that was when Ocean Grove was a resort town with Hotels as far from the beach as the entrance to Main Ave. (The Elim cottage). The Times ran pages of seasonal unit.rentals and now theiy are almost non existant- This office has followed the trend and specialize in sales. Come in or call for our "exclusives. We presently have one of the finest In all Ocean Grove. tem EStM l MSUKANCI MORTQAOES MAIN AVE. Eves H E W H O H E S IT A T E S... EST 1920 ' MEMBER MLS DON T LOSE O UT! We have a number of good buys it (Ocean Grove that could be just night for you. Call us and let s discuss... The time is NOW. $48, Bring your hammer and paint brush... good location. $64, Single family near everything. $79, One block from beach.. priced right. $85,000.. Duplex with plenty of room. $110, units with good incoime. CALL US W e re The O n ly Show in Tow n.. PIERCE & H U N T is the O NLY INSURANCE AGENCY in OCEAN GROVE. Talk to us about your insurance.. we can give you local personalized service., CALL US Pierce & Hunt Agency Real bla te MAIN AVE., OCEAN GROVE. N. J & 9091 COLTS TO W N E PLAZA. Rt. 34. COLTS NECK. N.J f

5 THURSDAY. APRIL 26, 1984 OCEAN GROVE AND NEPTUNE TIMES Letters T o The Editor Seeks Data O n W a ll Street EDITOR, TIM ES; If you have any knowledge of WALL STREET. OCEAN GROVE would you kindly send us a signed and dated statement? Wall Street, Oceaji Grove, is acknowledged by the Northeastern Region of the U.S. POST OFFICE. Wall Street w a s always two blocks long, from Main Avenue to Olin Street, and from Olin Street to Pitman Ave. when the Association built their new building on Pitman Avenue they used Wall Street for part of their construction thus destroying this section of Wall Street. We are rather fortunate for the daughter of Walter Tindall, who printed Ocean Grove Topics, will j*»ertify to the fact that her fether was situated at No. 5 Wall Street. A relation of our shoemaker who was situate No. 3 Wall Street also can verify to this effect. Presently Mr. and Mrs. Bennett are getting mail addressed to them at No. 1 Wall Street. Before them, Sidney & Eleanor Balinsky received their mail adtlressed to No. 1 Wan Street. Wall Street is a designated street and now (he Township advises they will not assume care of Wall Street because it has no curbs. Now that Ocean Grove is an historic land mark, can t h e streets be eliminated willy-m'hy. A few years ago, or so it seems, the Assn, kept a sign on 55 Main Ave., indicating Wall St. and the Assn, always took care. of the lighting of Wall Street.. ^ o w that the building at 55 Main Avenue has been sold, no one is presenly lighting Wall Street. Any informa,tion you can give us wifi be very much appreciated. HELEN BLAIR Bronson-Blair Agency 53 Main Ave. P.O. Box 155 Ocean Grove P ra y e r EDITOR. TIM ES: President Reagan has proclaimed Thursday, May 3rd as National Day of Prayer. It is hoped that churches and organizations will DISCOURAGED? LONELY? NEED A DAILY SPIRIT-LIFTER? :«jphone Dial Care'way for inspiration TS'cean Grove s own recorded telephone visit of hope, cheer and inspiration. Available anytime at P. 0. Box 248, Ocean Grove, N. J Dr. Donald H. T. Knapp, Director hold prayer vigils, special services. Fasting and praying ju.st might help turn the tide of evil engulfing our nation. We claim II Chronicles 7:14 If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, & pray and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways: then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land. Pray for school prayer now being debated in Congress and write Congressman James Howard. Read the Book The Bible. CONNIE MORRISSEY Wall H ym n Search EDITOR, TIM ES: This week, through the courtesy of Mr. A. H. Watson of 113 Cookman Ave., Ocean Grove, I had the opportunity to review one of the early Camp Meeting hymn books. It is entitled Ocean Grove Songs, copyrighted in 1900 and was published in 1901, It had been studied by the editors of the scon to be released Dictionary of American Hymnology, On the front cover of the song book appear the names of the editors: Bishop J. N. Fitzgerald, President, Ocean Grove Association; Rev. Charles H. Yatman, Leader, Young People s Meeting; and Talsi Esen Morgan, Musical Director. The booklet was published by the Ocean Grove Assn., with Tullar-Mered'ith Co of New York and Chicago as general agents for printing, distribution and sales. Grant Colfax Tullar was a Method-ist mioister and later became a song leader at evangelistc meetings before joining with Mr. I. H. Merecfith as composers and printers of religious music. In the song book are compositions by both men including Rev. Tuliar s well-known Face to Face Witn Christ, My Saviour, and Dr. EHwood Haines Stokes hymn Fill Me Now. Rev. Tullar died in Ocean Grove on May 20, We welcome the assistance of our readers in our hunt for hymns resulting from the Ocean Grove experience. Refer commun ications to Harold La Penna, in care oif this newspaper. HAROLD La PENNA Ocean Grove Ocean Grove Family Chiropractic Center Dr. Christopher J. Good Chiropractic Physician uwwihimihmtmv- In order to provide a better health care service to the Shore community, our office is pleased to announce that we are now: *Blue Cross/Blue Shield providers '*Accepting most Health Insurance Plans Offering Family Plans, Senior Plans, and Student Discounts 60 M ain Ave. Citizen Ocean Grove, N. J Just Listed L W E L Y HOM E With Living Room, Dining Area, kitchen, Yz bath. 2nd floor 3 bedrooms, fuh bath Large Basement PRICE $75, FAMILY... $74,900 Owner Sas Make Offer We also have some apartments available for summer and Yearly Rentals Adrain S. Clayton Realtor Located Behind Bank on 45 PILGRIM PATHW AY OCEAN GROVE, N. Office Anytime Evenings Member MLS TH E RETIREM ENT DREAM! A lovely two family home, with separate utilities and heating -.central air conditioning - full basement, hot water gas heat. All freshly decorated, spacious sunny rooms, marvelous location, increasing in value every day. Call us for information! Excellent investment property, and home - many possibilities - hot water heat, full basement, laundry, parquet floors, and W/W Carpeting - Large Lot - Three Baths - Ooportunlty seldom available! A charming Victorian Cottage, with modern improvements, n e w heating, kitchen and bath - great for'a starter or retirement home! M arion Smith Agency 138 MAIN AVENUE OCEAN GROVE. N. J for Info.Tnatton Established in 1942 See The Sunrise.... an unobstructed view of the lake and ocean accents this beautiful four-family home located on a wide open corner. Featuring: Two five-room aiparlments two three-room apartments separate gas & electric meters, hardwood floors. Two open L-shaiped porches, Maintenance-Free Vinyl Siding and more. $152,000 w o n d^ealu ( R e a l t y, Arthur A. Dunham, Broker _ Eves. Jim Pentz The Shore Vie^v OCEAN PATHWAY OCEAN GROVE RESIDENT HOTEL FOR SENIOR CITIZENS 3 meals and personal laundry included Open All Year. TO U R IS T ROOMS. Alice & Ed Mumford, Owners EMBURY ARMS CONDOMINIUMS-Authantie VlctOflan design subtly blends with the surroundings of Ocean Grove. Concept has proven so successful that Phase 1 has been sold out to sadsflod buyers. Construction now nears to a doaa on Phase 2. But praoonstnjctkm prices won't lest long, so now s the time to buy. Choice of ^ individual modale. offering one or two bedrooms, aievator sarvica, private tarraca, and many otear amanitias. Starting at $49,900. INVESTM ENT Three-family in central location for the investor Separate gas heat. Two 1-bedroom apartments and one 2-bedroom apartment Need some TLC. Asking $79,500. RENTALS Year-round 2-Bedroom apartment, available immediately. $425 plus utilities. Summer rentals still available. Seasonal or monthy. F R O M K IN -IN M A N Real Estate SO PITMAN AVE. OCEAN GROVE 7 7 4A 484 B IL L S - A G E N C Y A H O U S E - S O L D W O R D JU S T REDUCED What Timing, A small bungalow at the Shore, Three Rooms, new wiiring, Gas Heater affords year round usage, or use summers and weekends JU S T LISTED Very Affordable at $39,000 Fantastic Two Family, South side, Newer Type Home in Excellent Condition. You would bt happy to live here and rent out the other apartment It is a real buy 3*...$79,500 Rrm B EAUTIFUL VICTORIAN INN Unobstructed Ocean View, completely Remodeled, Featured in Ocean Grove House Tour, Homey Atmosphere, Established clientele, State Approved Alarm System, A Fine Propenty.... $175,000 SUMMER RENTAL TIM E We have some excellent listings. Stop in and look them over. T H E B IL LS A G E N C Y Realtor MLS Apprafear "O CEAN GROVE'S HELPFUL REALTORS" 78 MAIN AVE W E RE O N T H E B A LL! SOT.D! Four Family Investment SOLD. 9 urrlts investment - SOLD. Three units SOLD. Large one family SOLO A vailable - call us fo r details $59,900. One Family with three bedrooms on nice street. $72,000. Large home with 4 bedrooms & rental bungalow $79,900. Two units with separate utilities. Investment. $89,900. Nice one family with fireplace. Good location. $99,500. Four units with great rent roll. Won t last. $99,500. Two large units with separate utilities, $100,000. Two renting units with separate heat plus owner s apt. $119,000. Beautiful Victorian home with many extras. o c 4 i GROMe Raymond Huteenga - Real Estate Broker 67 MAIN AVE., OCEAN GROVE, N. J Hr. Answering Service Member MLS Appraiser ' ' gages Rentals Prop. Mgi R a y m o n d H ulsengo, Broker

6 OCEAN GROVE BUSINESSM EN S LEAGUE Standings Teams Pts. W L flower. Gifts Bronson Nagle's imonawe's imorawe's / Smith s Main Deli Spamipanato E. Lane Pathway BZYz Mem. Home Team SCORES: Max Liddick John McCauslan 209, Mike McDonald 205 Tony Cailtabiilota Bob Mifller' 200 Bill DeRoss*215 Scott Pruden 198, N ORTH SHORE CHURCH B O W iln G LEAGUE Standings as of April 18, 1984 Pts W L Shoremen Mooohcake Trinity Kadets Bel. M eth Bel. Pres Urrited Moth Crusaders GAMES ' M. Harris 201, D Stanley 200, Brunt 227, Seeks Change In Tourism Funding T R E N T O N Senator Frank Pallone, J r., D -M onm outh, has introduced resolutions in the Joint Appropriations C o m m ittee (J A C ) which would change state tourism prom otion program s to help counties afnd m unidipalities advertise their historical, cultural and recreational facilities. To u ris m is the second-largest industry in New Jersey, and that is w hy the state pays for those com m ercials that you see on T V and in m agazines which are trying to convince people to visit our state, Pallone said. However, I feel that counties and m unicipalities should have the opportunity to p u blicize what they have to offer. In this way, the diversity of our state could better come out in the m edia, he added. One of the resolutions Pallone has introduced would establish a sliding scale for counties and m unicipalities which could not otherwise afford to provide m atching funds for grants from the State To u rism M atching Grant Program. C u r re n t^, counties and m u nicipalities m ust match 50 percent of these grants with funds for tourism prom otion. In addition, Pallone has introduced a separate resolution that would establish a m atching grants program allowing Day s lee Cream Shoppe 48 Pitm an Ave. - Ocean Grove N O W OPEN -20 FLAVORS^ CONES SODAS FLOATS SUNDAES MILKSHAKES BANANA SPLITS FROZEN M ILKY WAYS HANDPACKED PINTS & QUARTS 12 TOPPINGS 7 Days a Week- Pre-Season Hours 2 p.m.-6 p.m. Sea Food lo v e r s... OCEAN GROVE AND NEPTUNE TIMES THURSDAY, APRIL 26, 1984 counties and m unicipalities to participate in the state H istorical Site and Cultural P rom o tion Program. " I have also requested that funding for the To u rism M atching G ra nt Program be increased by $ 200,000 and that funding for the Historical Site Prom otion Program be increased by $ 1 0 0, These funding increases will allow for greater participation in the program s by m unicipalities and counties, and I feel that the m oney is well spent tcx prom ote tourism in different localities, Pallone explained. Pallone, who serves on the Jo in t Appropriations C o m m ittee, added that in testim ony before the JA C earlier this week Com m erce and Econom ic Developm ent Com m issioner Borden Putm an indicated his support for funding increases for the two tourism prom otion program s ATO N EM EN T LUTHERAN NOTES ASBURY PARK The Rev. Walter F. Forker, Pastor of t h e Atonement Lutheran Church, Is1 Ave. and Heck St., will have Pathways to Faith as his topic this Sunday. Church School will be at 9 a.m. Sixty Cited In Easter Parade FISH LINE SEAFOOD M A R K E T S PT. P L E A S A N T 3205 H w y ASBURY PARK Those who dressed for the 49th Easter Parade delighted the crowds of boardwalk onlookers who dressed for the chilly, breezy, partly cloudy weather Sunday. 18-year-old Colette Booker, president of the Neptune High School, senior class, was judged the winner in the women s fashion division. Her outfit included a white linen wrap-around skirt, a white jacket and a white felt hat. Miss Booker, who plans to begin engineering studies at Norfolk (Va.) State College next year, said about dressing, I don't leave my home til everything's together. I never wear old. old clothes, but I m a y wear jeans to clean the house. Designer jeans. Charles Date's, Asbury Park shoe store manager, repeated his role as top male winner in that division. He wore an off white suit, a red bow tie and a Panama hat with a red-and-black striped band. An Englishtown couple with two young daughters won the family division. W A L L T O W N S H IP 1727 H w y T H E F IN E S T S E L E C T IO N O F Q U A L IT Y FR ESH S E A F O O D A T T H E S H O R E J U S T IN at our Wall Tow nship Sto-e FARM FR ESH P R O D U C E. All your favorite F R E S H F R U ITS arid V E G E TA B L E S at G R E A T PRICES^ FARM FR ESH EG G S X -LA R G E A LW A YS O N SP EC IA L Shop Fish Line for Freshness Quality and Selection In Sea Food Jackie Zumba of Colts Neck won the' unusual bonnet competition. One of the 10 finalists in this category was Mrs. Eva Adair, 73, of lool/j Abbott Ave., Ocean Grove, cited for h e r handmade yellow bonnet, with four "Cabbage Patch doll faces a'bove the brim. She called her entry Cabbage Patch Cousins and she carried a basket with toy rabbit'; heads that moved. All in all, 60 people were se lected in the various divisions. Many more we're dressed for the occasion. Sloppy T-shirt, odd jac kets and jeans were out of place Easter Sunday. Next year is the 50th Easter Page'ant and Anthony Petillo. d i rector, said he would like to make it an "extravagranzau. ANNIVERSARY DINNER SPRING LAKE Q u a r ^ Century Wireless Association (QCWA) consists of radio ama teurs who held a license 25 years ago or longer. The next meeting of entral New Jersey Chapt. No. 138 wifi be the second' anniver sary dinner meeting to be held 6 May at P. J. Ruggles Restaurant. The meeting is intended to be nontechnical with little formal business to be conducted. Highlight of the dinner will be a program of entertainment featuring the Spark Gap Barber Shop Quartet. All chapter members, radio ama teurs, and guests, including the ladies, are encouraged to attend For tickets and information, con tact Harry Landau W2IX, NEW L OW AIR FARES! MAY - OCTOBER 1984 N Y -B E L F A S T $399 N Y -G L A S G O W $469 N Y -S H.A N N O N $449 N Y ^ L O N D O N $419 Inc, Send fo r Brochures Now! Bridge, Phone: Plus Tax (212) (800) JAMAICA AVE. WOODHAVEN, N. Y R / 0 I 4 ^\A/ NE ^ LlQUOftS "<4-00 MAIN ST. ASBURY mrk C 9 M - 8 i e i D eniop. C it iz e n s 1 0 % O I S c O Ois» X fr ee d e l i v e r y, 4l tr o o W ith m /nimum I D oroer LO W. LOW PRICES Apartment Size Gas Ranges. $ R efrigerators $ WASHERS & DRYERS Great Prices - Great Service m* TV AND APPUANCES 69NWY. 35 NEPTUnaTY TO P O f TME HH.L- Open Wed. & Fri. Evenings ^

7 OCEAN GROVE AND NEPTUNE TIMES THURSDAY, APRIL 26, 1984.gm, PUBUC NOTICES S H ER IFF'S S A LE SUPER IO R C O U R T O F NEW JE R S E Y C H A N C E R Y D IVISIO N M O N M O U TH C O U N TY Docicot No. F JE R S EY SH O R E SAVIN GS AND LO A N A S S O C IA TIO N. Plaintiff va: P A N TELEO P. LA FORQIA, a/k/a LEO P. LA FORQIA. etc., et ux, et ala. Defendanta By virtue of a writ of execution In the above atated action to me directed, I shall expose for sale at public vendue, at the Court House In the Borough of Freehold. County of Monmouth. New Jersey, on Monday, the 7th day of May, 1984, at 2 o'clock, P.M. prevailing time. All that certain tract or parcel of land and premises, hereinafter particularly described, situate In the Township of Neptune, In the County of Monmouth and State of New Jersey: Street and Street No.: 408 Valley Road. Shark River Hills Tax Lot and Block No.: Lot 31. Block 449 The Dimensions: ft. x ft. X ft. X ft. x ft. No. of feet to nearest Intersection: Property is located 280 feet from the Intersection of the southerly tine of Valley Road with the northerly line of Lakewood Road As the above does not constitute a full legal description, said description Is posted In the Office of the Sheriff, 105 Court House. Freehold. N.J. The approximate amount of the Judgment to be satisfied by sale is the sum of $75,123 together with the costs of this sale. The Sheriff hereby reserves the right to adjourn this sale without further notice by publication. W ILLIAM M. LANZARO. Sheriff Dated March Summerlll & Hull SH/27 Attorneys 'Wfi SHERIFF'S SALE SUPERIOR COURT OP NEW JERSEY CHANCERY DIVISION M ONM OUTH COUNTY Docket No. F TH E N A TIO N A L S TA TE BANK P la in tiff vs, W IL L IA M T. COEYM AN. et ux. at als, Defendants By virtue of a writ of execution in the above stated action to me directed. I shell expose for sale at public vendue, at the Court House in the Borough of Freehold, County of Monmouth. New Jersey, on Monday, the 30th day of April at 2 o'clock. P.M. prevailing time Property to be sold is located in the Borough of Neptune City. County of Monmouth and State of New Jersey Premises is known as; 113 Neptune Avenue Tax Lot # 2. Bloch # 73 Approx. Dimensions: 50.00' x ' Nearest Cross Street; Fifth Avenue The approximate amount of the judgment to be satisfied by sale is the sum of $ together with the costs of this sale The Sheriff hereby reserves the right to adjourn this sale without further notice by publication. W ILLIAM M. LANZARO Dated February Edward Casel Attorney $^* SHERIFF S SALE SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY CHANCERY DIVISION MONMOUTH COUNTY Docket No. F JA C O B ED ELSTEtN & IDELLE EO ELSTEIN. his wife. Plaintiff va: C LA U D E CO LLINS, et ux. et als. Defendants By virtue of a writ of execution in the above stated action to me directed, l shall expose for sale at public vendue, at the Court House in the Borough of Freehold. County of Monmouth. New Jersey, on Monday, the 21st day of May. 1984, at 2 o'clock. P.M. prevailing time. ALL the fomowing tract or parcel of land and the premises hereinafter particularly d e scribed. situte, lying end being in the Township of Neptune, in the County of Monmouth and State of New Jersey: BEGINNING at a point in the northerly line of Eighth Avenue distant on a line North 70 degrees 12 East from a m onum ent set In the nortwesterly corner of Atkins A v enue and Eighth Avenue, thence (1) North 23 degrees West 95.20' to a point, thence (2) North 70 degrees 12 West 46.19* to a point, thence (3) South 19 degrees 48' West 95.00' to a point In the northerly line of Eighth Avenue; thence (4) South 70 degrees 12 East along the northerly line of Eighth Avenue to the point or place of Beginning. The above description being taken from Final Subdivision Map of property made for Jacob and idelie Edelstein located at the northwest corner of Eighth Avenue and Atkins Avenue in the Township of Neptune, County of Monmouth and State of New Jersey by Leon S. Avakian, Inc. The above premises being known as 1203 Eighth Avenue. Neptune Township, New Jersey. Also known as Lot No. 173 In Block 169 as shown on the present Assessment Map of the Township of Neptune. The approximate amount of the judgment to be satisfied by sale Is the sum o1 $11, together with the costs of this sale. The Sheriff hereby reserves the right to adjourn this sale without further notice by publication. W ILLIAM M. LANZARO. Sheriff Dated March Edelstein & Edelstein Attorneys $76.96 Neptune News by J. H U N T Roving Reporter Ah, it certainly feels like spring now! The birds are the chirpiest, especially around 4:30 A.M., the trees are beginning to bud a n d the sun feels wonderful after all that rain. I think living where you have a chaoge of seasons shows nature at it s best, also it reminds us of our Creator who made all-of this possible, God in His infinite power and His son Jesus who walked the earth so many yeajrs ago. The legacy of His preaching lives on forever, and gives us much hope In this modern world of ours. It's the small things in life that really count. Large things come and go with changing times. * Well, congratulations are in order for Peg Goodrich, Cura,tor of the Neptune Museum, and Bill Kresge, publisher of The Times SHERIFF'S SALE SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY CHANCERY DIVISION MONM OUTH COUNTY Dockal No. F-S362-S3 IN TE R C O U N TY M O R TQ A Q E CORP., 8 New York Corp., Plaintiff vs- LEON ID ES G U illo T. et sis. Defendanta By virtue of a VYrIt of execution In the above atated action to me directed, I shall expose for sale at public vendue, at the Court House In the Borough of Freehold, County of Monmouth. New Jersey, on Monday, the 30th day of April, at 2 o'clock. P.M. prevailing time. The property to be sold la located In the Township of Neptune in the County of Monmouth, and State of New Jersey Commonly knwon as: 196 Maple Avenue, Neptune, New Jersey Tax Lot No. 2 in Block No 3-37 Dimensions* of Lot: fapproximately) 75 feet wide by 120 feet long Nearest Cross Street: Situate on the southerly aide of Maple Avenue. 85 feet from the easterly side of Donald Place. The approximate amount of the judgmertt to be satisfied by sate la the sum of $65, together with the costa of this sals. The Sheriff hereby reserves therlght to adjourn this sale without further notice by publication. WILLIAM M. LANZARO. Sheriff Dated February 26, 1984 Zucker. Goldberg, Becker & Weiss Attorneys $53.04 They were appointed representatives from Neptune Township to the Monmouth Coonty General Heritage Committee at the general meeting of the Neptune Township on Monday. Best of luck to you both. * * The SRH Hospital Auxiliary to JSM C met last Wed. at the home of the hostess loretta Klahre. I know the members are always busy with various items they wrap for hospital use, b u t they are humble and don t like to put it in ptint. Aux. mem'bers attending were Margaret Handley, Grace House, Doris Bergen, Josephine Boorujy, Betty Herman, Hope Connolly, Barbara Bennett, Kitty Schmid and a guest, Millie Massara. * * * Jersey Shore Medical Center will hold its annual Spring Hospice Cocktail Party on Sunday, April 29th from 4 to 7 P.M. at Montego Bay, in Belmar. It sounds like it will be a nice affair since there is entertainment, open bar, aind hors d oeuvres. The event will benefit the Hospice/Specia;l Services Department of JSMC. Dr. Arthur Topilow and Dr Judith Topilow on the Medical Staff of JSM C will chair the event. For further information or reservations, please call JSM C Develop ment Department at , extension 718. * The American -Legion Auxiliary, Unit 346, Neptune held it s regular monthly meeting last Thursday at the Post Home. Since April is Children and Youth month, a special program was presented b'- Sgt. Howard O Neil of the Neptune Police Department. A film on Child Molesting was presented showing four different situations that were encountered by children of various ages, and how the situation was handled. More parents should see this film, since it is very informative. On behalf of Unit 346 Aux. many thanks to Sgt. O Neil. The Sgt also told of the Neighborhood Watch pr'ogram in the Township * * * Further plans were discussed on the Aux. uocoming Card Party I «-ii I ii Y '1,1 We are Proud to Say We re in Our 75th YEAR of Serving the (KEAN GRO VEINEPTUNE AREA Edgar Phillips & S O N, I N C Plumbing and Heating Repairs, Installations, Renovations Consultations - Our Specialties or CHARLES C. PHILLIPS, JR.. N. J. Ltc. No which is the main big fund raiser on April 30th at 8 P. M., Post Home, Gully Road. Travel chairman, Doris Armstrong reported on the 2 bus trips in May. On May 5th a bus trip to City Line-Phi'la- delph'ia, a luncheon buffet and show Josefih s Coat, and on May 9th a trip to Atlantic City to the Sands Casino. Atlantic City ;s a daytime trip, so If you are interested in either bus trip, HUR RY and make reservations Nowi! with Doris at * * Our yeaitly Rummage Sale on May 15th 9-1 p.m Members and friends remember, save items for set up May 14th. Let's make a big sale. * ««An apology to the Neptune Senior Citizens for not getting your meetings in this column, but I was having trouble trying to reach someone connected wiith this group They do meet in the Neptune Complex, Meeting Room at 1 P.M. the second and fourth Wednesday of each month. Watch this column later on for future information on their activities * * I attended the NJSFWC Fifth District Drama Festival last Monday at the Monmouth Mall Civic Auditorium and what a fun day. They had four plays, three were comedies and the fourth a serious one, and two monologues. Yours truly did one monologue entitled Theater Party. The following clubs participated. Long Beach Island Woman s Club, Woman s Club of Point Pleasant^ Molly Pitcher Woman s Club, Woman's Club of Brielle and Woman s Cluo of Ocean Grove. * It seems strange that people who own a car and have to pay extra f o r some Items like ash trays, and diirectionals, but still do not use them. 1 was driving behind a light colored car one day when out the window went the cigarette. Perhaps his ash tray was full and he didn t have any place to put it. Another item that keep our streets dirty, are ttie ones that empty the butts out of their ash tray onto the street, no matter where it may be In front of some private residence, or a parking lot The other item is the directional use or lack of it. Many times I have been waiting for a car to pass in order to make a turn, then lo and behold, they turn onto the street where I was going to go. OR they drive for several blocks with the directional on and the person in back of them cannot tell when they re really turning. Another one which is a hair - raiser, they come down the road with a turn to the right directional on, I see It is safe to make my left 'hand turn, and they commence to keep conning straight!!!!!! I do not trust them anymore, I wait until I see them actually turn. Saves the careful drivers some gray hairs * *» The Woman 'S Club of Ocean Grove Conservation and Garden Department will present their an nual Luncheon and Flower Show May 3rd, as reported by the chairman, Mrs. Mary Buckman. For tickets please contact M-s. Jeane Walton. Reserve your luncheon ticket then come out for a lovely afternoon. Don t forget this Friday (Tomorrow) Is the regular meeting of the Neptune Republican Club at the Hamiilton First Aid Squad, 8 P.lM. The, Board of Education Candidates presented their views at the last meeting. A very informative 'and li'vely discussion Involving membership participation. This 'month tfie program to be presented is the Neighborhood Watch, by Sgt. Howard O Neil of the Neptune Police Dept. Plan to attend and bring a friend, refreshments will be served. BYE FOR NOW.. SEE YOU NEXT WEEK. 'T h e two greatest stimulants in the world are youth and debt." Benjamin Disraeli LIM O U SIN E S E R V IC E Linoolna & Cadillacs Provided Door to Door Accommodations Prolosdonot DrNon Sarvleo TOLL FREE (201) 77M **i Chevy 1 STOP Shopping a A Com plete Line of New Chevy Cars & Trucks a O K Used Cars and Transportation Specials a Service and Shop Facilities for any Repair Needs B uilding Materials Fuel Oils a Hardware a Appliances Service Rem odeling SER V IN G T H E S H O R E S IN C E Route 66, (Just west of Asbury Circle) Neptune, N. J. Since Steriiep LUMBER Company 12th & Railroad Aves., Belm ar :3 0 to 5 Daily to 1 P.M. Saturday B uild - R epair - Remodel With Us

8 THURSDAY. APRIL 26, 1984 OCEAN GROVE AND NEPTUNE TIMES cn O i Q I H a C J S M g M g c n p u i M g Covenant Players Present G ospel N EP TU N E The Covenant Rayers, an international Christian reioertory drama group, will present the gospel in dramatic form this Sunday at the 9:30 and 11 A. M. services at Hamilton Uinted Methodist Church, Old CorHes at West Bangs Avenue. Visitation pastof Sherman Robinson wifi be the liturgist. Greeters and ushers and acolytes will also 3ssist* Church school win meet as usual at 9:30 under the guidance of Jackie Polisano, supt. There are classes for all age levels. Nursery facilities are available also at 11 tor those thru age 6. Coffee felowship begins at 10:35 in fellowship hall under the leadership of Bob and Judy Week & Cathy Groop and is intended for those who attended either service and-or church school. There will be no healing service this week. Youth fellowship meets at 6 P M. under the direction of youth pastor Charles Swartz in fellowship hall. This Saturday l(april 28) the youth fellowship will sponsor a car wash at the church complex from 11 A.M. till 4 P.M. Next week s meetings include Uinted Methodist Women Thrift Shop from noon tiw 3, girl scouts 6, webelos 7:30 and Daily Vacation Bible School meeting 7:30 Monday: First Tuesday Fellowship 11 A.M., Tower Lodge Communion 2:30, exercise group 6, department of pastor care Tuesday: sharing group 1 at 7:30: United imethodist Women thrift shop from noon till 3, boy scouts 7:30 and Susannah Circle 8 Wednesday: United Methodist Women b a z ^ r sewing group 9:30 a.m., brownies 3:30, exercise group 6, confirmation class, cherub and chapel choirs 7, webelos 7:30, carol and chancel choirs 7:30 Thursday: Faith Cirde 7:30 Friday. ACCOUNTING George R. 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9 THURSDAY. APRIL 26, 1984 OCEAN GROVE AND NEPTUNE TIMES C O M IN G E V E N T S Tills is a paid cfyectory of events of non - profit organizations. Rate 50 cents per iine. Minimum charge $2.00. CaH rkid AY APRIL 27 Homeowners meeting, Community Room, O.G. Camp Meeting Assoc. 7:30 PjM. All Homeowners invited, 17 FRI. SAT, APRIL 27, 28 United Methodist Women, St. Paul s Church, Ocean Grove, Spring rummage saile in Fellowship Hall. 9 A.M. to 3 P.M. Friday: 9 A.M. 12 noon, Saturday Last hour will be a bag saje SATURDAY, APRIL 28 Waysid'e United Methodist Mlhtrch, 1215 West Park Ave., is sponsoring a. chicken supper from 3:30 to 7 P. M. Adults $6 children $3. Everyone welcome MAY 2, 3 and 4 Spring Rummage Sale Weds., May 2, from 7 AM to 9 PM: Thurs., May 3, from 9 AM to ^ PM; Fri., May 4, 9 AM to 12 Noon; Fri. Bag Day. St. James Church, 4th and Hammond. Brad ley Beach. 17 THUR SDAY, MAY 3rd Ocean Grove Women s Club will hold their flower show and sandw*ich luncheon at St. Paul s Church on Thursday, M a y 3rd. Time 12:30 P.M. Donation $2. Please put t h e name' of your ^^n t on your entry. Men are wel come. 17 TH URS, FRIDAY M AY 3 ^ SPRING RUMMAGE SALE Trinity Church, Grand and As bury Avenues, Asbury Park. 9 A M. to 4 P.M. Luncheon refreshments served FRIDAY - MAY 4 SATURDAY MAY 5 RUMMAGE SALE by United Methodist Women at Bradley Beach Methodist Church, Cor. LaReine & Madison Aves. Friday 6 to 9 p.m. & Saturday 9 to 12 noon SATURDAY, MAY 5 First U.M. Chuirch, 906 Grand Ave., Asbury Park, sponsoring Roast Beef Dinser. Seatings at 6 and 6 P.M Call church for information and tickets 16-1/ OCEAN GROVE Nursing Home 63 C LARK A V L Reasonable Rates 24 H r. R.N. Coverage Diabetics Cardiacs Operative Convalescents - Post Medicaid Approved PETE LaVANCE Wheel Alignm ent Shocks and Mufflers, ^B ra ve Service General Repairs Highway 35 Neptune - Dial Your Safety Is O u r Business MAY 10 and 11 Rummage sale, Thurs., May 10, from 9:30 to 3:30 and Friday, May 11, 9:30 to 12 Noon; Friday, Bag Day. West Grove U.M. Church Women, Rt, 33 & Walnut S t, Neptune TH U R S - MAY 17 Holy Innocents PTA spon. card party and children s fashion show, 8 P.M., Holy Innocents School Hall, W. Bangs Ave. & Hwy. 33, Neptune. Benefit of Holy Innocents School. Call or for tickets FRIDAY, MAY 18 Ocean Grove Jersey Shore Medical Aux. will sponsor a card party. May 18, 12:30 P.M., in OGOMA Community Room. Sandwiches & Beverages. $2. charge. Bring cards, etc. 17* MON. FRI, JUNE 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 Bus Tour Portland, Maine. Double, $295., 2 in a room; Single, $345. Reservations, Mrs. Coon, HOTICI TO rluoms OUIUNO CIVIIIAM t M t m X lalxott If you «r «4u<Ufi*4 vottr of tho * t» t «who ootwcto T y.c y r y e s to bo obtont outoldo tho tto to oo Juoo S, IH 4, ox o tpioxlfioa oiid rotlcto r- 4 votor who w in bo w lthla tho i u t o oo Jvuio S, 1M4 but bocouio o f poroonont M\i totol 41i4biUty, or booauoo af U laota ax toapexaxy phyoleol a ittb lu ty, V bocoutt of tho oboorvoiiao o f o louytouo beu44y puxtuaht to tho toaoati of your to U flo a, or boctuio of xoiu oat tttoa44aao at o ich oel, c o llo fo, or u n ivtrilty, or boeouto o f tho atturo an4 hours o f oaployh ot, w ill bo uatblt u east your b a llot at tha p o lllo f plaea la your 41strlet oa aal4 4att, an4 you 4oslto to voto la tba Prlaaty Ilo c tla a to ba bal4 on 4uno I, lt l4, kln41y ooaputa tho application fora bo low an4 aon4 to tho un4ottlfno4, or w rits or apply la partoa to tho un4oral(no4 at oaca r a ^ s t la y that a olw lllaa ahsaatsa ballot bo focwac4o4 to you. tha tueh ro^uoat auat atata your hcna a44raaa, an4 a44rass to which cau b a llo t abeul4 bo ooat, sn4 auat ba slpna4 with your alfnstuto, an4 stato tha raasoa t*y you w ill aet bo ablo to voto at your uoual polllnc plaeo. to Me o lv lu o a abooatoo b a llo t w ill bo furnltko4 or forvax4o4 any applicant unlaaa raquaat tkarafera la racslvo4 sot laaa than T 4ays prior to tho ou etlon, an4 eontalna tho foropolaf lafonation. Vetoes who ara pananaatly and to ta lly 41aahls4 sh all, a ftar thslr In it ia l Itqusst and without further ootloa ea thoir part, ba forwardad aa *a a a ts t b a lle t appllcatlea by tho eouaty clerk for a ll futurs alsctleas la which they arc s llp lb la to veto, hppllcatloa forna Bay ba obtalaad by pplylny to tha uadaralpnad slthar la w rltiap or by talaphoaa, or tho tppllcs- Uon fora provldad bolo# aay ba coaplotod and forwardad to tha undaral nad. U TtSi April U. 1PI4 Jana C. Clayton. County d o rk election Doportaont Court Nouat, la st winf rraahold, M.J. 0TTII-1IS4 «G o CltytOA ty Clark CIVILIAN ABSENTEE BALLOT APPLICATION You must tpply lor»n Absent** Ballot lor **ch Elsctlon. I h*r*- a «pply (or an ab**nt** ballot (or th«(cbtek oa«j Primary Q OanartI Municipal Spaclal P School Local Q Ragional iftzrr* XTZ CHECK ANO COMPLETE I llva In tha City Town Townahlp Q Borough 0 Vlllaga ol.^ My tagal raaldanca addraaa Including Straat Number and/or R.D. Number and Box Numbar la aa lollowa: AUITV STMCcV aoonca* / / Eim COOK Me II my btllot to th «fotlowino address: STR CCT AODIIK66 MUNICIbaLIT V (TATE xie eooc MMONK CHECK REASON FOR BALLOT I am unable to vote at my regular polling place on election day because: I expect to be absent from tha Stata ot Naw Jersey on alection day. loatc or oxeantunci 0( Illness or physical distblllty Including bllndnss* or pregnancy I will ba unabla to vota at my polling placs on sisctlon «i«y- I am parmsnsntly and totally disabled. Stata reason Obsarvanc* o( a religious holiday on election day. a Resident adandanca at a achool, collage or University on alactlon day. 01 nature and hours el my employment on alactlon day. Under panstty of Law, I cartlly that tha lortgolng Matamsnt* made by mt ve true and eorracl. ^ tisn'voun Maui ad IVVaaaiAd'IU'htSUTAV bdok 'hi'int o«vvali YOU* Maaad ^> a ««a a a a a a a a «a a a a a a a o a a a «a a a a a a a o «a a a a a a a a a ^ II tick or confined a voter may apply lor an abasntaa ballot ; by authcriiad mataangar. I datignata authorized mssaangar. a or MatsxMeani ' " ', to be my isienatunc or votaat Authorized masaangar must sign application only In prsssnes cl county dark or county clerk dasignaa. MUNiei^ALiTV aiai^atunc or ucascuoaa m n m O T J t r n eooc ncv. vss! t i Reform ed Chureh Notes Events ASBURY PARK "N o Laugh ing Matter is the subject of Pas tor Arnold van Lummel s post-eas ter sermon at the Grand Avenue Reformed Church, 11 o clock this Sunday. Randy Corder will be guest organist and choir director. There will be no meeting of the Bible Study Group on Tuesday, May 1st. Pastor van Lummel will be attending a meeting of the Synod of mid-atlantics at Warwick. New York on April 30th and May 1st. He serves the Synod as its Stated Clerk. Bible Study will re same on May 8th with the study of the Song of Solomon. NOTICe TO NILXTAKY SERVICE VOTERS AND TO THEIR RELATIVES ANO ERIENDS I f you «r «In th t m ilita r y B «r v ic «o r th «tpous* o r d«p«nd«n t o f a parson in a illt B r y sarvlca o r s r «a p a tia n t in a va ta ra n 's h o sp ita l o r a c iv ilia n attached to or servin g w ith the Arsod fo rca a o f tha Unitod ttata a * without tha Stats o f Now Jaraay, or tha spouaa or dapandant o f and accompanying or ra sid in g with a c iv ilia n attached to o r servin g w ith tha Armed forces o f ths United Statasy and d a tira to v o te, o r i f you ara a r e la t iv e or fr ie n d o f any such parson who, you b a lia v a, w i l l d e s ire to vota in tha Primary E ia ctio n to ba h eld on June 5, 19S4 k in d ly w rite to tha undersigned at once making a p p lic a tio n fo r a m ilita r y s e r v ic e b a llo t to ba voted in said e le c tio n to be forwarded to you, s ta tin g your name, age, s e r ia l n \ m - ber i f you are in m ilita r y s e r v ic e, home address and tha addxaaa a t which you ara sta tion ed or can be found, or i f you d e s ire the m ilita r y s e rvice b a llo t fo r a r s la t iv e or frie n d then make an a p p lica tio n undar oath fo r a a i U t. r y.. r v i c a b i l l o t to ba forwardad to h la, a t a t ln. In your a p p lica tio n that ha is ovar tha iq a o f IS yaara and t t a t l n, hla naaa, l a r l a l nuabar I f ha U In n lu t a r y a a rvlca, hoa>a addraai and tha addrata. at which ha Is Stationed or can be found. NOTE I MILITARY SERVICE VOTER CLAIMING MILITARY STATION AS HOLE ADDRESS FOR VOTING PURPOSES MAY NOT USE MILITARY ABSENTEE kallot UNLESS icgistcreo TO VOTE IN THE MUNICIPALITY WHERE SUCH STATION IS LOCATED. Forms o f a p p lica tio n can be obtained from the undersigned o r your u n icipsl c le rk. OATEOt A pril J4ne G. C lsyton. County Clerk E lectio n Department Court House, East Wing Frsehold, MJ DOLPHIN RESTAURANT 6S M A IN AVE. O C E A N G R O V E E a rly B ird Breakfast S P E C IA L 7:00 AjM. 'till 10:30 A.M. No. 1-$1.10 SINGLE EGG (fried or scrambled) No EGGS (Fried or Scrambled) Above SPECIAL includes choice of Home Fries w/toast and Jefly and Coffee O r Pancakes w/butter & Syrup and Coffee SUN. 7 A.M. - 5 P.M. CLOSED WED. 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10 OCEAN GROVE AND NEPTUNE TIMES THURSDAY, APRIL 26, 1984 Obituaries T H O M A S P IC ARDO SR. N E P T U N E Funeral services were held yesterday (W e d.) for Th om as R. Picardo Sr., a liquor store owner who d ed last Saturday at Jersey Shore M edical Center. M r. Picardo, 69, was born in Jersey C ity and moved here in He was the proprietor of the Bradley Liquor Store, Main Street, Bradley Beach, for 31 years. M r. Picardo was a co m m u n i cant of St. Elizabeth's Roman Catholic Church, Avon. Surviving are his wife, the form er Anna Naviello; two sons Thom as R. J r., Pottersville, and Richard A., M iddletown Tow nship; a daughter, Ann Marie Picardo, Lyndhurst Tow nship: a brother, Alphonse, Jersey C ity; four sisters, Susan Ruggiero, Bradley Beach, Marietta Picardo and Lucy Capo, both Jersey City, and Carm ella Lisiak, M onticello, N. Y., and a granddaughter. L E S TE R C. P E TE R S O N O C E A N G R O V E W ord has reached this office of the death of Lester C. Peterson on April 13. M r. Peterson, 78, was born in F*erth A m boy and lived in Westfield and Fords before m oving here four years ago. He resided with his niece, M rs. Lois J. Weiss, 4 2 Central Avenue, here. He was em ployed as a tool and dye m aker and a mechanic retiring in M r. Peterson was a m em ber of the Central Jersey Fire Chiefs' Association and a life m em ber of the Exem pt Firem en s Association of Fords, Keasbey and Hopelawn. He was a U.S. A rm y veteran of W orld W ar II, a m em ber of the Veterans of Foreign Wars and the Disabled Am erican Veterans. He belonged to the Ta ll C ed ars of Lebanon, Lodge 9 1 9, Free and Accepted Masons, and the Am ericus C raftsm en s C lub. He is survived by two bro F R A N C IO N I T A Y L O R and L O P E Z FUNERAL HOMES Daniel L. Francioni Thomas W. Taylor, Sr.; D. Joseph Lopez, Thomas W. Taylor, Jr. & Joseph Lebra th Avefs.,, Asbury Park th Ave., Neptune Estabished 1881 F a rry M em orial Home. 403 Third Avenue ASBURY PARK, N. J Ocean Grove M em orial Home 118 Ma n Avenue OCEAN GROVE, N. J WMIIam P. Walton. III. M «rthers, Raym ond P. of W aretown and Allyn Peterson of W hiting, two sisters, M aude L. Lybeck of Los Gatos, California and Janet Shepard of H endersonville, N. C., three nephews and three nieces. Services were held by the V.F.W. and other organizations on M onday, April 16 with interhient on Tuesday, April 17. HAZEL E. PIERCE N EP TUNE Memorial servvices will be held this morrang (Thurs) 10 A.M., at the Ocean Grove Memorial Home for Hazel E. Pierce, a retired schoolteacher, who died last Saturday at Jersey Shore Medical Center. She was 84. Mrs. Pierce was born in Silver Creek, N.Y., and' lived in Ocean Grove before moving here. There are no known survivors. MISS EMMA MacINTYRE OCEAN GROVE A resident of the Methodist Home, here, Emma Mac Intyre died Monday at Jersey Shore Medical Center. She retired in 1947 after 30 years teaching in t h e Stockton School, East Orange. Born in Pennington, she had graduated from Trenton Normal School in Miss Mac Intyre was a resident of Spring Lake Heights before moving to t h e Methodist Home seven years ago. She was a member of St. Andrew s U.M. Church, Spring Lake, and is survived by five nieces and a nephew. D rug-abuse Program For Parents & K ids OCEAN GROVE Pharmacists Against Drug Abuse (PADA), an anti-drug abuse public information campaign designed to help educate parents on t h e health dangers of the abuse of drugs by children, was recently launched nationwiide. Nagle s Pharmacy, here, will serve as a key community resource f o r information on drugs in drug abuse. Sponsored by the Pharmacists Against Drug Abuse Foundation, created by McNeil Pharmaceutical and the Johnson & Johnson Family of Companies, PADA focuses on alcohol a n d marijuana which, according to pharmcist John Gross are the two drugs young people are most likely to use in entering the drug scene. Th campaign also focuses on cocaine, the fastest growing drug of abuse in America. Added Mr. Gross Parents & children need to know that using these drugs is harmful that's why we re activey distributing a free brochure titled TH E KIND OF DRUGS KIDS ARE G ETTIN G IN TO." The PADA Foundation developed the program because pharmacists, by academic training and professional experience, are experts on drugs and a good source of information on drug abuse. For a free brochure or more information visit Nagle s Pharmacy, Ocean Grove. 0C6AN GROVE Locals Several inquiries for sum m e r tim e accom m odations in Ocean Grove hotels o r guest houses have been received by the To u rism Bureau and are available at Th e Tim e s office for anyone interested in same. At the April 17th m eeting of the M onm outh County Retired Educators held at O akhurst Methodist C hurch, M iss Phyllis Schultz, contralto, of W ebb Ave., presented a m ini-version of the Broadway Musical Th e King and 1 by Rodgers and Ham - merstein with costum e props, and dialogue and the seven top songs being featured. She was accom panied on piano by M rs. M arjorie King of Oakhurst m usic chairm an of M.C.R.E.A. Th e Conservation and Garden departm ent of Th e W om an s C lub of Ocean Grove, Mrs. M ary Buckm an chairm an, will hold a flower show and tea on Th ursday, May 3, 12:30 P.M., in Fellowship Hall of St. Paul s Church. Th e re will be a charge of $2 and reservations must be made in advance, by April 3 0. All m em bers and their friends are invited to attend. Th e Ocean Grove Shore M edical Auxiliary will hold a card party on Friday, May 18. at 12:30 P.M. B ring cards, etc., and spend a pleasant afternoon. See com ing events for details. M r. and Mrs. W illiam Wegge. 80 Franklin Avenue, entertain ed their daughter and son-inlaw Gail and Dick Cuttrell and grandson, Ricky Cuttrell, for Easter dinner. Th e Ocean Grove Hom eow n ers Association will meet tom orrow, Friday, at 7 :3 0 P.M. in the C om m u nity Room of the C am p M eeting Assoc. President Dielhenn will preside and all homeowners are welcome. Postm aster and Mrs. Lester Bush, Abbott Avenue, have returned home following a w onderful vacation in Florida. W hile there they visited with their son and daughter-in-law. Bill and Lynn, and granddaughters Bethany and Am y. Les and Ruth are delighted that the fam ily will be com ing to the Grove to visit them next week. Mr. and M rs. Peter Justus, daughter Debbie and son David, returned home from a twoweek stay in Bonito Springs. Florida, where they visited with Pete s parents, Mr. and Mrs. W alter Justus, longtim e resid-ants of the Grove. M rs. Louis M itchell, Sr., form erly of Ocean Grove and now residing in Wall Tow nship, is a m edical patient in Jersey Shore Medical Center. M rs. Mitchell was taken to the hospital last Th u rsd a y after suffering a heart attack. The bus tour to Portland, Maine, on June 4, 5, an 6, sponsored by the VFW Auxiliary 2233, has been canceled until the Fall. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Bennett and children Mickey and Kathleen, Abbott Avenue, spent Easter Day with Make s mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bennett, Sherry Lane, Neptune. Joining them for dinner were Joe's mother, Mary Bennett, their daughter, Joanne Bennett, Betty and Fred Herman, all of Neptune, Brian Conover, Ocean Twp., Ruth Hancox, Stocktjon Avenue a n d Mark Hancox. Belmar. Bill Wright, son of Mr. and Mrs. William L. Wright of Harrington Park, N.J. and grandson of Mrs. Martha L. Wright of 8 Embury Avenue was awarded a bronze medal for placing third in state - wide competition held in Trenton, N.J. and sponsored by VICA (Vocational and Industrial Clubs of America). Bill, a senior at Northern Valley Regional High School, Old Tappan, N.J., had previously represented his school in local competition, also sponsored by VICA, anct was presented with a certificate for performing as a true professional demonstrating outstanding achievement as a 1st place small engine service skill contestant. Bill, an honor student in his field of endeavor, received the NOVA (National Order of Vocational Achievement'' Award at the end of his iunior yea'' and is a.gain a candidate for the a ward this year. O sborne-lom ax KeceivesDiscliarore O OCEAN GROVE Sean R. Osborne-Lomax, son of Mrs. Carolyn Carpenter, 32 Abbott Ave., was recently discharged in Edzel, Scotland after serving eight years in the Navy. A Communications Technioian Technical 2nd. class, he ha.d previously served several years in both Guam and Naples, Italy. He was in the Intelligence Branch. While in the service he was the only American member of the NATO soccer team and played against some of the finest European teams. He was in Naples at the time of t h e devastating earthquake there & assisted other American servicemen in the rehabilitation of that city. Sean (better known as Bob to his friends here) is a graduate of Neptune High School and Morehead State University, Ky. He graduated with highest grades from several Navy Schools and >s proficient in the use of the newest and largest, most advanced computers. After a few weeks at home he will begin his civilian position at the Navy Operational Intelligence Center in the Pentagon, Washing ton, D.C. Meanwhile, he is very pleased to be at home again in the Grove. Sean is also the grand son of Mrs. Gertrude Franklin Ave. PUBLIC Nomca Osborne, NOTICE Township of Neptune NOTICE IS hereoy given that sealed bids will oe received by the Township Comniittee of the Township of Neptune on Monday, 7, 1984 at 7 P.M., in the U.v ship Committee Meeting Roohi, Neptune Municipal Complex, 25 Neptune Boulevard, Neptune, New Jersey, for the following: 1. Oi-I for all municipal facilities utilizing the product. 2. Furnishing, cleaning, and lettering of uniforms for the janitorial staff and the employees of the Road, Refuse, and Sewer Maintenance Departments of the Township of Neptune. Specifications for the said product may be secured from the office of the Township Clerk during regular business hours. Bidders are required to comply with the requirements of P. L. 1975, C The bids are to be enclosed in sealed envelopes bearing the name and address of the bidder and the name of the proposed work on the outside addressed to the Township Committee of the Township of Neptune, New Jersey. The Township Committee reserves the right to reject any or all bids if deemed to the best interest of the Township so to do. DATED: April JOSEPH E BENNETT Township Clerk 17 $8.66 NOTICE Nepune Fire District No. 1 The Board of Fire Commissioners, Fire District No. 1 Neptune Township, Monmouth Courrtv, New Jersey has awarded to Allan J. Shechet. Esq. a contrart without competitive bidding for the service of an attorney at law of the St.ate of New Jersey rmrsuant to N.JS A. 40A:ll-5fa). This contract and tho resolution authohtinp it are available for public inspection in the Office of the Clerk of the Board of Fire CorTrmissioor-- ROBEPT E, t OUSE Clerk March ^ 17 $4 Classified Advertisements Advertisement for these columns should be in the office of The Times NOT LATER THAN Noon Tuesday of each week. C LA S S IF IE D A D R A TE S Telephone words or less, if paid at time of insertion $2.50 If we send bill, add 50 cents for postage & bookkeeping ($3.00). Additional Words ABOVE 25 Five Cents per Word For use of Times Box Number, there is a.35 weekly charge for replies to be picked up at office, or a 55-cent weekly charge for replies to be mail to you. APAHTMENTS FOR RENT SERVIOEB OCEAN GROVE One bedroom apartment, year round. Modern and clean with ocean views. Ideal for single working person. $330 plus electric. 25 Embury , tf ATTENTION LANDLORDS As rental specialists, we thoroughly screen prospective tenants before showing your rental property, then make all arrangements with tenants according to your wishes. Let us help you find the right tenant fast. Ocean Grove Realty, tf OCEAN GROVE Five doors from beach. Apts., porches with ocean view. Memorial Day week, 5-25 to 6-3 $175 and up. Season $200 per week and up. Call (212) anytime OCEAN GROVE 2nd floor, 43 Pilgrim Pathway. All modern, 2 bedroom. $400 plus gas heat and elec. Occupancy on or about May 1. Call evenings OCEAN GROVE One bedroom, 2nd floor, moderrr. kitchen and private balcony. Near Auditorium and stores. 1 block to ocean. Avail Aug. and Seprt. Call or * WANTED TO B UT STAMPS I'll buy your stamps or covers. Immediate payment. High prices. Call ^3tf WICKER, any condition. Top dollar paid. Call or WANTED Old postcards, preferable pre-1920, especially Ocean Grove scenes. Write D. J. Norbeck, 717 Clearmount Road, York, Pa * T H E T IM E S B Y MAH. $ A Y EA R YOUR LITTLE NEW YORK DRESS MAKER. Thirty-five ysart exparisncs In alterations and oompleu wardrobes. Call 98G H PAINTING SPEC! AL 4 rooms fgor $185. Also, general repairs, house cleaning, snow ramovai. CaH PAINTING & PAPERHANQINQ. Quality paints and papier. Interior and exterior. Call Mary Anne Gangemi evenings * PAT PAMERI, Gardener. Shrubs & sod. Call RCXJFING repiairs, masonry and [Minting. Discount for senidf citizens. Gutters cleaned & tarred. Very reasonable rates. References. Call » MERCHANDISE FOR SALE FOR SALE Rogers electronic organ, 3 manual, full pedal board. Ideal for home or small church. Presently housed in Bucks Co., Pa. Call weekdays (215) or weekends (201) ^ FOR SALE Advent, color projection TV set, 5 ft. screen. Used summers only. Call weekends (201) CHROME kitchen set, twin beds, 9x12 carpet, etc. Call * OCEAN GROVE Moving sale. Contents of home, 29 Seaview Ave. Fri. and Sat., April 27 & Air conditioner queen size studio couch, kitchen table set. drapes. Kirby vacuum cleaner, tools, 2 single beds, beach and porch chairs, tables, bric-a-brac. Everything. 12 POSITION WANTED MATURE woman seekinc living situation in exchange for companionship of elderly woman and lifrht chores. Call ifi ^