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■■JOB PRINTING DEPT.

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P Co-Chairman John S. Yeo, f | , of Business Committee, Rei/t ports Position To Be Filled In Several Weeks Twenty-eight applications or recommendations h a v e been received for the position of ■manager of the Ocean Grove Campmeeting- Associa­ tion, according to John S. Yeo, co-chairman of the business committee. M r. Yeo told T he Tim es S a tu r­ day, foil owing a m eetin g of the business com m ittee, th a t several m en a rc now receiv in g final consid­ eration fo r th e position and the new m an ag er w ill be announced w ithin several w eeks. T he two o ssential qualifications f o r the position, M r. Yeo said, arc “ high g rad e C h ristian • ch aracter and dem o n strated ad m in istrativ e o r executive ability.'-’ Ocean Grove tru ste e s atten d in g la s t S a tu rd ay ’s session w ere How­ a rd W. Selby, p re sid e n t; Mr. Yeo, A tto rn ey F ra n k C. P ro p e rt and Rev. J . E d g a r W ash ab au g h , of the business com m ittee; H ow ard W . Sm ith and A u g u st G. Stoll, of Ocean Grove, who arc now in ch arg e of local- m an ag em en t w hile T he m an ag erial p o st rem ains un filled, and G eorge H crgesheim er, .who is a s sistin g in the review of applications. — — * -------

Grove Principal Reports Pupils See House Moved The m oving o f a th ree-sto ry house.from th e school p lo t on South M ain S tre et to a new site on Webb A venue tu rn e d o u t to be an edu­ cational experience as well ns a m echanical fe a t. M ost of the Ocean Grove 'elem ­ e n ta ry school classes w itnessed p a r t of the p rocess and th en return-. ■ed to th e classroom to discuss the scientific principles involved or u sed these, new experiences as the basis f o r reading; lan g u ag e or spelling lessons. In the- “one d a y ” drive a t Ocean G rove School, $17.81 w as collected f o r the H e a rt F u n d cam paign. The A ir Raid D rill carried out a t th e school, in conjunction w ith the S hore Ar
Nominated By G.O.P. M rs. Jaeob H au sslin g , legislation m irm an o f th e O cean Grove Woa n ’s Club, h a s been nom inated >r tho position of corresponding xtretary of th e U n ited W om en’s epublican C lubs o f M onm outh ounty. M rs. H a u sslin g - also -serves ; the m em bership com m ittee of ic U n ited Club, w hich will hold s annu al sp rin g luncheon and in.aHntior. of officers M arch 29. ■

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Legislators A t Club M onm outh C o u n ty 's S ta te S ena­ to r R ichard R. S to u t and A ssem bly­ m a n 1 A lfred N . BendJeston will be g u e s t sp eak ers a t th e Ocean Grqvo W om an’s Club, L eg islatio n D ep art­ m e n t’ m eeting T h u rsd ay , M arch 5, in - th e clubhouse, 89 M t. Carm el W ay. M rs. Jacob H au sslin g is p ro ­ g ram chairm an.

THE FUND IN

FEBRUARY AND

Vol. LXXIV, No. 9

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OCEAN GROVE TIMES, TOWNSHIP OF NEPTUNE THE JACOB ROZEMAS BUY COLUMBIA HOTEL Mr. and M rs. Jacob Rozem a, of P om p to n -L ak es and Ocean Grove,; have purchased th e 52room Columbia H otel, 20 Main A venue, corner of Beach Ave­ nue, from H erb ert M. H udson and H arold L. Allen, w ho have been associated w ith Ocean Grove hotel operation fo r m any y ears. Tho sale w as announced by the Edw in D. R alsto n A gency. M r. A llen and Mr. H udson have p u rch ase d 101 M t, H crm on ’ W ay . f o r th e ir ' year-round hom e from F ra n k M. F erris.

Red Gross Asks $1,850 In Grove Mrs. Robert Gillum General Chairman Here; Workers Start Monday T he . A m erican Red Cross F und C am paign for th is y e a r will bo^in on M arch 1st. T h is y ear, in addition to securing blood fo r the arm ed forces, th e Red C ross is now receiving and proces­ sin g gam m a globulin, th e new dis­ covery fo r the prevention of p a ra l­ ysis in polio. Because of th is p ro ­ gram , in addition to all the o th er services perform ed by th e Red C ross, th e national q u o ta h as been raised and therefore county and local q u o tas a re hig h er. The quota fo r Ocean Grove is $1,850.00. v In order for the blood to go out to K orea and to m ake th e gam m a glo­ bulin available fo r the children th reaten ed a t home, everyone is asked .to please give generously when th e drive solicitor in your neighborhood knocks on y o u r doov. S olicitors a re now being lined up and t h e y w i l l begin canvassing Ocean Grove on Monday. A lis t of •the solicitors will a p p e a r in. next w eek's issue of The Ocean Grove Tim es. Mrs. R obert B. Gillum, .01 W ebb Avenue, is g eneral chairm an fo r Ocean Grove. .

Natural Gas Co. Files Answer To Rate Complaint Utility Shows No Increase Since Purchase of Gas Properties From JCP&L In June, 1952 In an sw er to a form al com plaint filed by the Public U tilitie s Com­ m ission in T ren to n on F e b ru a ry 9 by B enjam in E delstein, of A sbury P ark , the N ew Je rse y N a tu ra l Gas C om pany rep o rted th a t th e Com­ pany h a s never increased in any m an n er th e residential ra te s in effect since its acquisition of the gas p ro p e rtie s of the Je rsey Cen­ tra! P ow er and L ight Com pany .on Ju n e 3,1952. In filing an official answ er to Mr. E delstein’s com plaint w ith ‘ the Public U tilitie s Commission ..last T hursday, the local Gas Com pany said th a t they wore o p eratin g in accordance w ith tariffs which have been filed w itli the. U tility Com m is­ sion, and h av e been perm itted to become effective by the Commission p u rsu a n t to the S ta tu te s of the S ta te of N ew Je rsey . . “The Com pany h a s never in; creased, altered , changed, or modifield in any m anner,” read the Com pany’s official answ er to the Commission, “ the residential ra le s in effect since its acquisition of tho g as pro p erties a n d business o f the Jcvsey C e n tral Pow er and L ig h t C om pany on Ju n e 3, 1952.” ■ T aking up M r. E d elstein ’s com­ plain t in detail, the Company pointed o ut in th e ir official answ er to. the Com mission, th a t the cost of g as to Mr. E delstein was actually slig h tly less in ,th e six m onth p e r­ iod since the N ew Je rs e y N a tu ra l Gas Com pany took over; th e gas operations of the Je rs e y C entral P ow er and L ig h t Com pany than in a com parable six m onth period in 1951. • M r, E delstein had filed a com plaint w ith th e.U tility Com m is­ sion saying th a t he had been in­ form ed and-believed th a t the local g as com pany had increased the Page eight, please

Geo. Washington Fire Volunteers Dine At Annual Anniversary W ashington F ire Co., of Ocean G rove, held its annual d in n er and dance S a tu rd a y n ig h t in com m em ­ oration of the b irth d a y .o f th e F irs t P re sid e n t fo r whom i t w as nam ed. M ore th a n a hundred m em bers, w ives and sw eeth earts enjoyed th e event a t The Deck , in Belm ar. M usic w as furnished by P a t C a p ri’s o rchestra . The invocation w as by A rch Shaw. E n te rta in m e n t c o n s i s t e d of dancing and gam es, follow ing the dinner. B eautiful corsages w ere given th e Indies and a package g ift of candy. The event w as handled by a com­ m ittee consisting of J. S tu a r t B lair, A. LeRoy W ard, R ay M isner, Jacob B a td o rf an d P aul Riley. A tte n d in g w ere Mr, and M rs. J. S tu a r t B lair; M r. and M rs. F ra n k Sw eet, M rs. R obert Long, M rs. Mil­ dred P artelo w , Mrs. M ary F . Strobell, M rs. Maud /Thom pson, Mr. and M rs. A. LeRoy W ard, M r. and M rs. Jacob B atdorf, M r. and M rs. R ay M isner, W illard R . S m ith, M rs. W illard R. Sm ith, Sr., Mr. and M rs. Jo h n R obertson,' E dw ard Sw eet, M r. and M rs’. E lm er B eatty, Mr. an d M rs, M orris Ross. A lso, Mr. and Mrs. Al C atley, S r., M r .and Mrs. A! C atley, Jr., M r. and Mrs. R ussell S chadt, Mr. and M rs. E cto r W rig h t, M r. and M rs. G. H. Downing, M r .and M rs. W. M ock rid g e/M r. and M rs. T. A. T urdo and 3on, M r. Joseph M oore, M rs. S tanley Lcland, Mr.- and M rs. J o h n Reid, Mr. and M rs, L. Bush, M r, and Mrs. H, Bush. Mr. and M rs. Jo h n A. Reid, M r. and M rs. Roy C a rr, Howard H untley, M rs.

lit Westfield Accident

M A D ISO N — W hile enroute here to a tte n d a m eeting of th e. Ocean Grova • A ssociation b usiness com­ m itte e la s t S aturday, G eorge C. M iller, a tru stee, w as involved in an autom obile collision in W est­ field. M rs.’ M iller’su stain ed m inor In ju ries, w hile h er.h u sb an d w as not ON E-TH IRD - O F F re-S p rin g Sale o n M any G ifts a t h u r t, T hey w ere unable to con­ T H E S A N D P IP E R tin u e here, b u t retu rn ed to th cir r M ain Avemie — O cean Grove M adison hom e,

R ichard H untley. Also, Mr. an d Mrs. C. Mansfield, Mrs. H a rry W hitlock, Mr. and Mrs. J . B lair, M r. and M rs. A rchie Shaw, M r. and Mrs. C. P ackard, Mr. and M rs. W. Reid, M r. and Mrs. H om er K resge, M r. and M rs. D. O'Reilly, Mr, H. G uycr, M rs. W. G uyer, Mr. and M rs. W. H arrie s, Mr. and Mrs. J. Miller, M r. and M rs, H ow ard Sm ith, Mr. F ra n k S. M orris, Mr. a n d M rs. D ennis Wood, Mr. and Mrs. W. Brown. And, M r. F ra n k DeRose, Mr. and Mrs. W. H erb ert, M r. and Mrs. J. C allanan, M r. and . Mrs. G. KelcecJ Mr. and M rs. A. B ,W h ite , Mr. and M rs. A. L . H an n ah , M r W. Sm ith, Mr. and Mrs. T hom as AUigood, Mr. and M rs. A. W ilson, Mr. and Mrs. W, Campbell, Mr, ap'd Mrs. R, Denbigh, Mr. and M rs, E. W hite, Mr. and M rs.. A. M eeks, Mr. and Mrs. W alter H osm er, M r. and Mrs. Russell F ra n cis, M r, and M rs. Gil­ b e rt Twelves. — _ — * — -----

Move So. Main House A six-room , tw o-story house, f o r­ m erly located on ; South Main S treet, adjoining th e p resen t school g arag e, w as moved la s t weekend to a vacant lot ad jo in in g th e Ocean Grove F lo ra l Shop, W ebb and Law ­ rence A venues. T he house w as p u r ­ chased from th e N eptune Township board of education by Mr. and Mrs. Louis P alenik, F loral Shop p ro p ri­ etors, who p la n to m ake the co ttag e th eir home.

Passes 1953 Budget N eptune Tow nship’s municipal budgdt of- $767,953.59,fo r the, c u r­ re n t y e a r w as passed a t public hearin g T uesday n ig h t by the m u­ nicipal com m ittee. T he am ount to be raised by ta x a tio n fo r m unicipal purposes to ta ls $355,432,59. ■ IN MEMORIAM IIA F F N E B : In loving m em ory of M r, and M rs. Ja c o b H . H affner, who died a t th e ir hom e, th e W aldorf A storia H otel, New Y ork - C ity, S e p t.,3. 1815; M arch 3. 1949. M A RG A R ET G, D E T ilL O F F . ■■ — 9*1

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NEW JERSEY, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27,1953

MEMORIAL CROSS E . G. A lb rig h t, o f P ittsb u rg h , Pa., and Ocean Grove, is lig h t­ ing the 18-foot Memorial Cross on the f ro n t of the Ocean Grove A uditorium , facing the sea,, the week of F eb.. 28 to M arch 7 in loving m em ory of his m other, M rs. Rose A l­ brig h t, ’ /

Babson Discusses Korea and Peace Reviews World History In Light Of Our Nation’s Present Position BABSON P A R K , F la. — I t may be o ut of place f o r me — a m ere sta tistic ia n — to discuss Korea. I h ave visited J a p a n , C hina and the Philippines; b ut have never been to K orea. One of m y experts, how­ ever, leaves th is m onth on a round tho-world trip and will later bring back a -rep o rt which I will pass along to my. readers. IM PO RTA N C E O F HISTORY H ere a t m y w in te r headquarters I have a lib rary of over 10,909 vol­ um es, some of w hich wore publish cd previous to 1760. W hile here the p a st m onth I have spent much tim e reading th e history of the m odern world, which dates back to th e Roman E m pire. T here are two o u tstan d in g fa c ts : (1) Some one nation was alw ays “ top dog.” (2) T h a t nation - was usually a t w ar w ith some o ther nation which w as attem p tin g to tip over her “apple­ c a rt.” : The Roman E m pire sta rte d with good loaders and th e best inten titfns, but it w as continually a t w ar. T hese w ars w ere n ot to seek more power, but to prevent other na­ tions from seizing the power: which Rome then hold.. E very iugh school stu d e n t who lias ,itiiudic‘ci :‘C'acsm '’ know s the story. F inally, Romo w as economically, exhausted w ith these continual conflicts, and the Rom an Em pire collapsed. I.ater, the Spanish E m p ire took Lhe lead­ ership and went through tho•'■name experiences.. Then the F rench took the ball. REM EM BER T H E BR ITISH Follow ing Rome, Spain and F rance, E ngland became th e w orld’s g reatest p o w e r.. She held th is leadership . until th e first W orld W ar. H er b a ttle cruisers w ere in every larg e po rt and she policed the w orld, and w as Usually fighting som ew here.. She ju s t had to do this to hold her position. E ngland, also w as rich and did the w orld’s bonking, insurance apd shipping. The E nglish Pound S te r­ ling was then the w orld's universal currency, as is our Dollar today. Germany,- however, then looked w ith envious eyes upon E ngland, as R ussia is now jealous of us. In her endeavor to continue as “ top dog,” E ngland w ent to w ar .against G er­ m any in 1914 and again in 1940. T hese la s t two w ars bled E ngland so th a t she is now a second-rate power. There is little hope of her g e ttin g stro n g again. W H A T ABOUT T H E L'.S.A.? The U nited S ta te s is now the rich est and m ost pow erful nation of the wprld. W e have taken the world leadership from E ngland. B ut w ith - th is leadership come re­ sponsibilities. W e m ust police the world. We are like a boy who is the g an g leader. In order to re­ m ain so, ho s ta r ts no fights;' but if som e other boy start's a fight w ith him or w ith any m em ber of his g ang, he m u st fight th a t up­ s ta r t. O therw ise, he is no longer a leader. His influence is gone. Thi3 is the situation which the U nited S tates h as g otten into. W e should blam e no one. It j u s t h a p ­ pened. U n fortunately, we are like the m an who had the “bull by the tail.” H e w as asking him self; “ S hall I let go or h a n g on ? ” If we a re to de­ fend our position of leadership wc m u st continue to fig h t in K orea and P a g e eight, p le a s e

Open Agency For Studebakers On South Main St. Firm of H, Rosenstein and Sons Now Constructing Modern Showroom For Cars and Trucks

a n d o f t h e in d e p e n d e n c e o f t h e U n ite d S ta te s o f A m e ric a th e 177th y e a r

SIX CEN TS

Three Evangelists Named For 1953 Xampmeeting Bishop M oore, Dr. H. J, Ockenga A nd Dr. N. W . Paullin Here For 84th Camp

A Studebnkcr sales, and service agency, covering this a re a of the Shore, is now open on South Main S tre e t, opposite the Stockton Ave­ Methodist Bishop Arthur J .. nue g a te s to Ocean Grove. A mod­ Moore, of Atlanta, Ga.; Dr. ern autom obile showroom is now Harold J. Ockenga, of Boston, being constructed and. will be ready Mass., and Dr. Norman W, fo r the display of e a rs w ithin two Paullin, of Philadelphia, will weeks. be the evangelists for Ocean T he Sludebakor fran ch ise for Mrs. Marion Cole, Bradley Grove's 84th Campmeeting sales and service of both ears and this summer. Park,' Bet ires After 38 tru ck s .has been assigned by. tiie Years Teaching Service T he historie eam p will open F ri-. facto ry to the firm of H. R osenstein day night, A ugust 28, ending a- . and Sons, who have been o p eratin g G ohtracts '.w ere awarded, th re e b n r-D ay m orning, Sept. 7, accord­ a used ear business on the South new teach ers by th e N ep tu n e1 ing to Dr. Furm an. A. D eM aris anil Main S tre e t p ro p erty since W orld Tow nship B oard of Education at' Dr, H arold,P aid Sloan, co-chairm en W ar II and m ore recently a ear the regular, .m eeting W ednesday o f the A ssociation’s p ro g ram and ; w ashing activ ity on the sam e lot. night. They, are M uriel H. H a r­ devotional com m ittee. The ca r .w ash h as been discontin­ Bishop Moore, . long; a fav o rite rington, of A sbury P ark , to s ta r t ued. March 1,. 6th grade, Ocean Grove w ith' Ocean Grove A uditorium conH a rry R osenstein, w h o . founded; School, sa lary , $3,100- L o tto /P o l- K rcgatjons. iast appeared h ere durthe business,-died the p a s t A ugust, homus, N eptune, In s ta r t in S e p - jin" " te '950 Cnriipmeetirig. - H is H e had been associated w ith the tcm bcr, elem entary grad e, sa lary , ■ preaching service in the Ocean autom obile business fo r 21 years $2,700, and L orraine Francioni. A s­ Grove p u lp it w as durin g th e 1923 and train ed his sons, N orm an Robury P ark , sta rtin g Septem ber, el­ season. D uring the com ing Camp, sen stein , who resides a t 1113 em entary grade, sa lary , $2,700. Bishop.M oore will be in .th e p u lp it E ig h th Avenue, N eptune, and Miss. Polhem us, who is a N eptune for the entire 10 days. C harles R osenstein, 26. Boston Dr. Ockenga, p a s to r of P ark g rad u ate, and Miss Francioni will Road, N ep tu n e City, the p resen t g rad u ate in Ju n o from Glassboro S tre et C ongregational Church, Bos­ ow ners of th e, firm. Both sons are ton,, and p resid en t of F u ller T heo­ S ta te T each ers’ College, m em bers of the N eptune Lions A le tte r w as received fro m E u ­ logical Sem inary, in C alifornia, will Club. . be rem em bered as the evangelist A G rand O pening o f the. new gene Gallun, 1318 N inth Avenue, who shared th e p u lp it here w ith N eptune, req u estin g perm ission to Studebnkcr agency is planned fo r early M arch. The area covered by- use B radley P ark School one n ig h t i f f ° P Mo0!; vln ^ 95° and «*nrnc'd th e firm extends fro m E lbcron a m onth fo r Cub Scouts, sponsored I.laSt J ' ^ o n t h e C am pm eetm g prowho agreed to p av £ ra ™. w lth '» > * . G raham and . D r. south to S p rin g Lake H eights and bv the P.T.A., r, 4 •: Paullin. -p, . r ■ ' .. . , w est to Freehold. The tOSS Stude- the ja n ito r. Request w as jrranted. P a sto r of the B ap tist Temple, bakcr models are expected to a r ­ A req u est from th e Sum m erfiekl . w. .. , , , . Dr. P aullin retu rn s P.T.A. fo r use o f "the S um m crfiehi!i 1f nhr ill*' P ’ rive today (F rid ay .) • second successive .y ear as W alter R utan. J r ., a' N eptune School one night a-week free fo r a 1a C am pm eeting preach er here, ■ i group of Boy Scouts w as hol'd over resident a t 612 C o tter A v en u e,w ill I ' ' ' ■■ '.-sharing the p u lpit th is season w ith serve as shop forem an. H e w as | George. N o rris, of S hark R iver I u ,./ Ockenga. ^ ______ form erly asso ciated 1 w ith Joseph I H ilils,ap p ea red before the hoard tn j -. Stein, of A sbury P ark , who o p e ra ;- suggest Chat a course be introduced ed the S h o re’s S tudebnkcr ngeney. in (he school's to teach .th e children j \ O tCI'S IlC C lC C t how t o . vote. . i for 25 y ears. •

Board Hires 3 New Teachers.

Fitkhi Workers Meet AI Home The Ocean Grove A uxiliary of the Ja m e s F: A ckerm an F ed erattio n .o f F itk in Hospital m et T ues­ day a t the M ethodist Home, 70 Stockton Avenue, w ith M rs. C harles Day, president, opening the m eet­ ing w ith p ra y e r T w enty-six m em ­ bers w ere p resen t and Mrs. C harles Corwin introduced a new m em ber, M rs. E. A. Brendcr, 104 Mt. Carm el W ay. The rep o rt of Mrs. George Good­ rich sta te d a balance of $138.88 in the Sinking Fund. Mrs. E dw ard Mac W illiam s re p o rte d . th a t 2,500 pads had been made by the W ork Group. A vote of th an k s was given Mrs. Ida Lewis fo r m aking a beautiful scrap book fo r the hospital and a note of th an k s will go to Mrs. .Ar­ th u r W right' for the contribution of h er commission On p ap er sales. The flower collection for the day w as $3.00. 'F o r the “show er” of coking eerea! Mrs. O tto G, Stoll, Sr., rep o rted th ere w ere 19 p ack ­ ages and $2.50 in money. T he auxiliary, voted tc purchase th ree of the new uniform s the hos­ pital aux iliaries will fu rn ish for the use of young women actin g as nu rses’ aids in th e hospital. These will cost about $15.00. The au x ili­ a ry also voted to send $25.00 to the general m aintenance fund of the hospital. Miss Rosa S antee and M rs, Juntos McRell w ere made a spoeinl com m ittee to provide E a ste r cheer a t tho h ospital. T hey Avill provide an E a ste r card and a candy egg or bunny fo r each b reak fast tray . The M arch 31st m eeting will be held a t th e home of Mrs. R ichard C. Eiseic, 3 Sea View A venue, and will fe a tu re a . show er of Ivory Soap. P a g e e i g h t , : p le a s e

W.C.T.U. Literature Day

Miss M a rg a re t Eckley, vice p re s­ W ILL IA M SO N ’S STA T IO N ER Y ident, will ’ preside a t .the Ocean O cean G rove's F in est Q uality Grove W .C.T.U. m eetin g to be held Selection o f C ards fo r all occasions. — l t f a t St. P au l’s Church, F rid a y , M ar. 6 , a t 2:30 P . M. Devotions will be N A G L E ’S M AIN C E N T R A L led b y M rs. J , F . N iebuhr, and the PHARM ACY soloist w ill be M rs. L illian M orris. A ll-year service. D rugs o f quali­ ty for. prescriptions. D octors advise M iss M y rtle C hapin will p re se n t a N agle’s. H ours 8:39 a. m . 1 0 p. m. su b ject o f in te re st to nil W.C.T.U. ' ■. ■' 3-adv. m em bers.

Dr 0. J. Moulton .reported on ihe , '3 ( l o m i l l i S S i o n e r S : . m easles c’pHiomic. As o f y esterd ay I ■ * there, w e re .120 cases of m easles in'! A - P J * - R v » « l , v l c I the H igh School, a drop from the M M US peak of 170.a few days ago. Ocean Grove grad e school h a s,53 cases. In the only fire com m issioner contes.t in N eptune Township. J o ­ MRS. COLE R E T IR E S The retirem en t of Mrs. M arion seph M arston w as reelected -last Cole, teacher in the Bradley P ark S atu rd ay in D istrict Two, defeating School, w as ' announced a fte r 38 Sam G iachetti, 96-76, V oters cast y e a rs service. She will re tire in th eir b allots in the L iberty F ire H ouse and approved the ap p ro p ria­ June, The financial rep o rt of the D is­ tion fo r fire purposes of $11,475. In Ocean Grove, H ow ard B. tric t Clerk and the Custodian, w as received by the board. Bills to ta l­ H u n tley w as reelected, w ith 4 0 ’ v o ters a t the 'W ashington F ire i n g $7,010.98 w ere ordered paid.S ta rtin g Oct. 1. paj1 day fo r all House polls. The ap p ro p riatio n of school em ployees will be th e first $23,245 w as approved. Arnold Thom pson received 29 of the m onth ra th e r thnn the •15th ns in the p a s t. A resolution to th a t votes in N eptune D istric t One and effect was passed. Also, a 'r e s o lu ­ the app ro p riatio n of $30,500, plus tion -fixing the p ay o f su b stitu te $1,000 for m aintenance of com pany Ballots teachers, beginning the 6th day, q u arters, w as approved. $12 a day. The rate, the first five w ere east a t. the Unexcelled F ire days is ,$10 a day, unless the sub-. House. stilu tio n is for an extended period. ® Then the ra te is $12 from the first ( / 1 1 1 11 C l l c l i 1*111311

For Cards & Games

The hoard authorized th'e Supervising P rincipal to apply fo r a ' ' 1 • Provisional Music T eachers’ C e rti­ More than 75 m em bers and ficate for G. C ortland Drake. g u e sts attended th e w a y s . and HONOR STU D EN T S m eans card and gam es p a rty last The board w as notified th a t T hursday afternoon a t th e Ocean Scholarship L e tte rs w ere presented Grove W om an’s Club, 89 Mt. C ar­ te 25 high school.students who had mol -Way. Mrs. Ja m es M onahan received a 'g r a d e of 90 b r 'b e tte r in w a s . chairm an and M rs. W esley four m ajo r studies.- T h ese-h o n o r Robinson, eo-cHairm ar/ assisted by stu d en ts a re: L o rrain e * B arnes, Mrs. Lewis M atlack, M rs. Jacob B a r b a r a Holm an, Sally Price, Rich- H aussling, Mrs. George Burrow s, a id Sm ith, Holden V anE m burg, M rs, W illiam C. M agee and M rs. N ila W ardcll,. Genevieve Y o u n g s,/G eo rg e Patersot). Jo an F razoe, Lois F re v e rt, B a rb ara ! Door p rizes w ere won by Mrs. O rganic, Joyce Sorenson, Carolyn W esley Robinson, M-1s. George HolS tcw ard, Edna Thoma, C ath ffin e m an, Mi:s. Florence O chiltree, Mrs. P a r e liv e , p le a s e Thom as, A rtjne G rant, M arilyn Bills, Owen W oodyard, L orraine Construct Storm Drain Brem en, K aren E ittreim , R e ata H a rt, Sylvia L eonard, Richard A h underground street, storm Lyons, Mabel Scott; B a rb ara P ack ­ d rain is being constructed on th e e r and Connie F itzg erald . •north side of Main Avenue from th e ocean to the corner of M ain . and C entral A venues. The d rain is Leads 150 Sea Scouts a p ro ject of the A ssociation, un­ L. Vance Jefferis, N ep tu n e H igh d er th e supervision of A rth u r School teacher and. com m issioner M ount, works- su p erin ten d en t here. o f . Sea Scout Division of Mon­ m outh Council, will be in charge Postpone “Firefly^ Dates o f th e 150 county Scouts who will encam p M arch 21-22 a t th e L akeThe perform ance of “ The F ire ­ h u rst N aval A ir. S tatio n a s /p a rt of fly,”- th e an n u al production of the th e ir nau tical tr a in in g I pro g ram . N ep tu n e H igh School m usi: dep art­ The an n u al affa ir is .made possible m ent, o riginally scheduled fbig'Feb* th ru th e cooperation of th e U . S. ru a ry 19 and 21, h a s been pb^T oned, t N avy and th e Boy Scout m ovem ent until, M arch 20. and 21, dtie to j l l / / aa a n educational fe a tu re . 'n e s s in th e school. ;. x.

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T. W O telle D ouglas, who is a nurse in the M ethodist Home, here. A sh o rt tim e ago the S a rfa ty s, from H ast O range, paid us a visit. M rs. S a rfa ty is a. grandchild of Mr. Rulif V. Lawrence, one of th e first m em bers of .the Association.' T his week 1 visited the home of. the o ldest-resident of Ocean Grove ami still w ith us. Miss Alida P a t­ terson cam e here as a child of three years in 1S70 ami. has- lived here/ sinv'c*.’;• Slie will be S T her . next birt liday. T h e fam ily -lived first and for m any.years on Mt. H erm an W av/.A fter the death of her .m other she a ml-.her fa th e r moved to the house, a t the s o u th w e s t‘corner of Ilensbn ahd C lark Avenues;.' A t the. tim e' they, moved there, two houses w ere on;.that s tr e e t,.(C la rk ), th e ir’s :i n 11 ilie one aeross' the -s t roe t. ‘• Miss P a tte rso n . w as :/for m any years, in the ierviee. of her eouiitry ill I h e/p o st office hero. t i e r won­ derful fa th e r served his country w ell!and long and gave th e 'b e s t of his life to -Ocean Grove from its beginning. Coming in 18(50 to look th in g s over, like others, then to

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OCEAN GROVE TIMES, OCEAN GROVE, NEW JERSEY

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NEW SWEATERS FOR TOTS I f you have two o r more chil­ dren in y o u r fam ily, you know th a t you ca n ’t give a new item to one w ithout g iv in g some­ th in g new.’to all. Y our paren tal resp'onsibilities m ay aiso. require you to buy sim ilar tilings io r each child so ‘th a t no one feels .’th a t lie is g ettin g the in­ ferio r item . F o r th a t reason, we a re show ing two sw eaters today, which are so much alike th a t both son and d au g h ter will he happy. MENDING WORN SPOTS H ard -p lay in g y oungsters give th e ir sw eaters lots hud lots, of w ear. I t isn’t long before little elbows a re peeking through the sleeves and o th e r w orn spots ap p ear. I t is good to re ­ m em ber to buy a little e x tra m atching y a rn before you s t a r t k n ittin g , irt p rep aratio n fo r fu tu re mending. Who:', w eaving a sm all hole in knitw ear. use a blunt needle. Do not' cut aw ay w orn th read s. On w rong side, secure the y arn w ith a few stitc h e s th ro u g h tlie loops of the sw eater, close,to th e hole. S ta rtin g a t bottom edge of the hole, wcuve the needle in and o u t of each single loop in each k n itted row. When each lo o p is cau g h t across the bottom w idth of the hole, go back again and sp a n the hole w ith y a rn , horizontally, being su re to catch a 'f e w loops a t tho tw o ’sides o f the hole. Go hack and f o rth u n til th re a d s h av e'b een laid across th e ..entire hole. W ithout c u ttin g th e y arn , b rin g the needle o u t a t one co rn er o f the hole and s t a r t m aking a series of vertical chain stitch es to m atch the sw eater p a tte rn , u tilizin g the threads laid across th e hole as a foundation. W ork the needle over and u n d er them to fo rm the chain, TWIN SWEATER SET •Cable : itched to look ju s t iike grow n-up models, these tw in sw eaters .will make b ro th er and sister feel m ighty proud. Make them in a p astel shaded woo!, especially for. S p rin g and fo r w e a r d u rin g cool, sum m er evenings; Tile instru ctio n leaflet gives the directions for m aking th e sw eaters in sizes 3, 4, 5 and C. You m ay o b tain i t by sending a stam ped, self-addressed envelope tc he Needlew ork D ep artm en t of th is p a p e r an d req u estin g CA B LE T W IN S E T , L eaflet No. CS-107. you could h ear th e m en — oh dear! Two H ills fa th e rs officiated, Bill Gillan as tre a s u re r (only he really is th e tre a s u re r so didn’t g e t the n ig h t off a s we d id ), and E, King Stodola, a s corresponding secre­ ta ry . Dr. Theodore Sehiossbach spoke on “ A ccidents to C hildren.” W c have reduced am azin g ly all o th er cau ses of death to children in the p a s t fifty y ears, except, th e ac­ cident cause, even counting th e new peril of autom obiles! D onated a dogwood tre e to th e school in g r a t ­ itu d e to our Sum m crficld Founders and gave a token g i f t b o t h fo u n ­ ders and p a s t presid en ts. Also the re su lts of th e sa fety p oster .con­ t e s t w hich is held in th e g rad es w ere announced th a t n ig h t Wc give a p riz e to each of our th irtee n

grades. H ills children w ho won first prize w ere W a lte r Thiele, Jild y M yers, C h ristian Miller, D ieto lf R am in, W ilm a Dunn. H onor­ able m ention w e n t to Ja ck ie Frier,tlcy, B everly M aiecky, Sally E vers, P a tric ia P ear! and R onnie D em p­ sey. Jo h n Dickson, of G erm any and fo rm erly of th e H ills, w as h ere T uesday evening w ith Russell Schmid and Jim S vers. A s the m en d id n 't w a n t th e benefit o f my conversation, I re tire d to discuss P.T.A . finances w ith th e G illans — and does m y tre a s u re r m ake me ac­ count fo r a n y th in g I w an t to spend — and me w ith a rig h t to sig n checks, too — only he has th e Page six, pleaso

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" It w as M ajor P a tte rso n who w ith his. own hands laid the foundation of our g re a t A uditorium and helped construct, ou r boardw alk. . His. sol­ dierly figure led m any patriotic and national g ath erin g s; He, .too, had and aristo cratic bent and’ for m any y e a rs i/.vW and adorned the Scroll for M em orial for those passed on d u rin g the y ear, until 1018 sone one had t o - ; : , his n a m e . on a scrool lh.ule. by hands. He w as prom oted in rank m any tim es h ut L T ’.iose who knew him he will al..\:y * loved and rem em ber­ ed, a s “ our M ajor Patterson.!’ We f c T su re the G reat Com­

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Yesterday open fields. . . today—another all-electric community. Every year people use more electricity .. . every year there . are more people to serve. Industrially, too, the area is growing steadily. This tremendous growth is being met now because JCP&L planned for it in past years. . , just as the ever increasing demands of‘your all-electric future are being planned for today. In the next three • years alone, JCP&L will spend over $50,000,000.16 increase service facilities. This investment in the growth of youy community is a result of JCP&L’s con­ stant policy of bringing you the best pos­ sible, service at. the lowest possible cost.

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F rie n d s of. M rs. Rose S tu rm , a t th e M ethodist H om e, in Ocean Grove, will he glad to know- she n arro w ly m issed a d ate w ith the an g els M onday while on h er w ay to S easide H eig h ts w ith h e r son and d u u g h tcr-in -law , Mr. and Mrs.. J o ­ seph R. S tu rm , and h e r g ra n d ­ d a u g h te r, Joanne. Lee told m e th a t th ey W ere all.rid in g along relishing the lovely w eath er w ith the rest of th e traffic when som e woman two c a rs ahead decided she had m issed her tu rn and stopped dead — quick sw erving and screeching b ra k e s k ep t everyone from som e­ th in g trag ic b u t it w as close. Why d riv ers fo rg e t th ey a re n ’t the only ones on the road boats m e — and kills m any! O therw ise her visit w as q u ite nice, d estin atio n and w e a th e r b eing grand. M onday aftern o o n , th e N eptune Tow nship E lem en tary School O r­ c h e s tra and Band gave its»,first con­ c e rt o f th e season a t Summerfiold School. M easles, chicken pox and v iru s had m ade bad inroads on tho h arm ony b u t the show w en t oh and did b eau tifu lly . A num ber .which is a honey even w ith m issing in­ stru m e n ts is “T ilt T hree L ittle P ig s,” com plete w ith n good clear n a rra to r. I f you have a chance to h it th is concert in the o th er fo u r g ra m m a r schools, do so — it is only an ho u r long as it is held d u r­ in g school. The music p ro g ram of th e T ow nship schools is excellent in th a t it affords m usical education to all fre e of charge. The board d eserves cred it fo r this — and Mr. H a rry E ichhorn, who heads the g ram m ar school division, deserves m uch cred it also fo r his never fa il­ in g en th u siasm w ith those kids — a f te r all, they love p ractisin g even a s you and I did. The next con­ cert will be a t th e R idge Avenue School, M arch 9, and o th ers will follow before E a ste r, I believe. Monday n ig h t found, m any of us celeb ratin g F o u n d ers’ Day a t Summ erfield P.T.A. The m ooting w as handled excellently by fa th e r; — m o st g en eral com plim ent being th a t

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co rrect title fo r six young ladies spen d in g the n ig h t to g e th e r) w as held F rid a y n ig h t in honor of Cyn­ th ia Stodola’s ten th b irth d ay a t h er horr.e oh Pinew ood1 Drive, Carol Birch, of L in cro ft, Sally E vers, Val Tlonnidcr, C athy Schmid and Joyce S tcw n rt w erff.t'ne g u ests. Leslie, C indy’s, sister, w as a g u est of Ju d y M ydrs th a t sam e n ig h t — m ore room over th ere — less noise too! Jim J e rn s tc d t, Lakewood Road, had a bh'Hulay S atu rd ay and w as su rp rised w ith a p a rty of about seventeen couples a t the home of h is ; niother-in-law , Mrs. Ellen T hom pson, Lakewood Road. Seem s to have really been a su rp rise and a v ery enjoyable one too.

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N E P T U N E H IG H SCHOOL IN TR A M U R A L BA SK E TB A LL L E A G U E In th e firs t gam e of a tw in bill la s t F rid a y , th e G lo b etro tte rs won a •forfeit victo ry overi th e Ineligibles, thenr first d efeat of th e season. In th e bottom h a lf o f F rid a y ’s card, th e C ru n ch ers assum ed undisputed p o ssessio n o f first place w hen th ey laced th e D ribblers, 50-15. C H A R LIE K E E N A N paced th e C runchers w ith 10 poin ts, followed by RO N N Y TtJZAS w ith 10 poin ts P A U L S U T P H IN w as top m an fo r the D ribblers •with six poin ts, foilowed by JIM CUTATG’s and G E N E L E E ’s th ree p o in t o u tp u t, each. T h e leag u e’s lead in g scorers, a s of F e b ru a ry 17, a re : K E N IIA L L G R IN G (S h o tg u n s) 07 p o in ts; BOB W ILL IA M S (In elig ib les) 01; N E IL P Y L E (In elig ib les) 61; C H A R LIE K E E N A N (C runcher’s) 57; GEORGE W E B E R (C ru n ch ers) 49; RONNY E W E L L (S h o o tin g S ta rs) 48; BOB L E W IS (G lo b etro tters) -15; JIM F A R R E L (S h o tg u n s) 37; BU RT CLAY­ T O N (C ru n ch ers) 34; RO O SE V E LT W IN K F IE L D (Shooting S ta rs) 32; R U S S S M IT H -(S h o tg u n s) 31. *. * ■ » » «" L E A G U E STA N D IN G S AS O F T U E SD A Y , FE B R U A R Y 24 P ercen tag e G>V GL GP T EA M 1,000 6 0 d C ru n ch ers S30 .5 1 . ,6 Ineligibles .800 ’4 . ’5 1 S h o tg u n s ,000 3 2 5 S h o o tin g S ta rs .500 3 3 6 ■ G lo b etro tte rs 50!) 2 2 i T w ish ers .250 3 1 4. G reen P a rro ts .200 1 4 . .5 .'•■• D ribblers .000 0 4 ” ’4 . Glow w orm s

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N o rth Shore Church L eague’s final howling m atch fo r the benefit of the H e a rt ru n il Drive la s t S a t­ urday resulted in a d efeat for the dom inies but a victory fo r the fund of $29. The Five C orner S uper M arket team defeated the church­ men';. to ta l pins of the sories 2082 to 2563. Five Corners w a s . sparked by. P aul A cerra, w ith his'.221 and -Bil! V anP olt h it fo r 211, while the N o rth Shore Church squad’s high m en w ere Bob Oliver w ith 21!. and H ank D avis w ith 203. Jack Outfield, of P e rry 's Alleys, A DECOY MADE IN 1900 by G eorge H arvey, of Rumson, will be am ong the fe a tu re s of th e .Monmouth County H istorical A ssocia­ Long .Branch, donated the u se -o f tion’s duck shooting exhibit durin g the m onth of M arch. The d is-' th e alleys and th e m atch and Paul ploy m ay be seen every w eekday, ex cep t Monday, between 11 A. M. ■ A cerra, w ith his 221, won’ the Cliff and 5 P . M. and on Sundays from 2 P. M. until 5 P. M. in th e S p o rts KunckeJ aw ard fo r pen set for high Room on th e second floor of the H isto rical Building, 70 C ourt S tre e t, Freehold. score. One of the m ost in terestin g item s is a 10-foot P unt Gun, fo r­ . The scores: m erly used by a Chesapeake Bay poacher, and loaned for the ex ­ N orth S hore Church Five (2503) h ib it by the p resen t owners, A bercrom bie and F itch Com pany, of New^York. The gun was loaded w ith six ounces or m ore of b lastin g 1 Z 3 pow der and then filled w ith shot, n u ts, bolts, screw s, nails and .any J, W illiam son .. ■ 171 160 ;38 pieces of scrap m etal th a t w ere handy. T h e gun w as then lashed into a P u n t and paddled out on th e Bay a fte r dark. As the poacher B. Oliver .... 138 211 approached the ducks he would b e a t on th e wnteT w ith his paddles R. T rim m er, Sr 100 . . . ’. to get the ducks off th e w ater fo r a good sh o t. According to legend,' 108 -172 123 D. N ew m an :th e last tim e th e gun w as fired, in th e 1920‘s, a Game W arden heard H. D a v i s .......... 203 1.80 171 th e b last and w ent to in v estig ate. W hen h e arriv ed on th e scene, he found the poacher dead in his b o at w ith p a r t of a paddle driven L. M cLaughlin . 103 ISi 158 th ru his h e a rt by th e force of th e recoil, which had broken the bonds lash in g the gun to the boat. He also found 150 M allards lying T otals ............ 843 859 SOI dead in fro n t of him . F ive Corners Five (26S2) O. G. M asonic Club ( 2 ) S m ith .............. ............... 1 3 1 1 4 8 1 0 3 1 2 3 I 2 3 W . Quelch ....... 1 4 5 1 3 9 1 2 1 )D . H oldtidgb ....... 100 105- 188 G ardner ....................... 1 2 8 1 0 1 1 7 5 J. Caliendo Mauch ..... 137 198 143 181 ..... . .... • ..— ■ — ■ — Kresge .... .. . 125 125 152 R . O livadotti 17 . 192 Totals ........... . 702 808 772 H annah ......... ...... 1 7 9 120 1 2 4

T o tals :.........:. 770 794 857 B elm ar M ethodist (1 ) : I :■ ' 1 ‘ 3 L eague stan d in g s an a lending sco rers w ere com piled by vVES B arrau d 150 144 130 R IL E Y , d irecto r of t h e league,: B en n ett .................. 100 123'. 183 NO P S S S T —T h is sta n d a rd au to m o b ile tu b eless tire, h a s n ’t lost E. N ew m an .......... 105 159 140 a sin g le p o u n d o f air, d esp ite 1500 p u n c tu re s b y th e specia! N E P T U N E T O W N S H IP GRAM M AR SCHOOL L EA G U E E c k e rt .......... 148 130 173 a p p a ra tu s (ab o v e) in th e n ew “S to ry of R u b b e r" e x h ib it a t C hicago’s M u seu m .7 S cience an d In d u stry . B. F. G oodrich, I In a h a ir-ra isin g , h e a rt-sto p p in g gam e, Ocean Grove G ram m ar D. Newm an ........ i 33 174 138 w h ich b u ilt th e ex h ib it, sa ^ s la y e r of g u m m y ru b b e r u n d e r School's b ask etb all .team b e a t the Sum m erfiold five, 23-21, in double th e tre a d seals p u n c tu re s as th e y occur. ,776 730 770 T o tals overtim e la s t T u esd ay aftern o o n . T he re g u la r g am e-en d ed w ith the 7 score tie d 17-17 and then w ont into th e first overtim e. A t the end of O. 0 ; B rotherhood (3) th e in itial o vertim e, period tho score w as still tied, th is tim e a t 21-all. In the second overtim e or ,“sudden .death” period, Ocean G rove's JO E ■ -1 2 3 . F IT Z G ER A LD drew two foul sh o ts and calm ly san k both am id h y ste ri­ W illiam son .. 159 154 109 cal scream s of su p p o rters f c r both slides to gir.e Ocean .Grove a 23-21 S tirlin g ........ 140 159 120 v icto ry . T. D avis . 159 154 101 ’* * * < ► Schipssinger 579 180 183 Goodrich ..... 219 154. 281 HITTING TH E HEADPIN IN T H E NORTH S H O R E C H U RCH BO W LIN G . L EA G U E , The B A S E B A L L ’S B A C K in n ew s as th e old m a s te r, C asey O cean Grove B rotherhood sw opl its series w ith tb c B elm ar P ilo ts to 856 801 820 S ten g el, sh o w s Y an k ee o u t­ 32 24 39 o v ertak e them and move in to fo u rtii place, w h ile th e ,P ilo ts dropped into H andicap .... field er I r v N o ren ho w to b oost th e fifth sp o t v acated by t h e B rotherhood. C L A R E N C E . GOODRICH la s t y e a r ’s av erag e. T eam is ''T o t a l s ........... 888 825 859 co n d u ctin g a tw o -w eek c o n d i­ pacqd th e G rover# in ro u tin g th e P ilo ts w ith a 219 gaene and a th reetio n in g school in kG iendale, g am e score oL554. B elm ar P ilots {•> C a lif. kN?jBRK'STI ’ ' Y); ’ T he O cean Grove M asonic team fetqh- tiheir. d eath -lik e g rip on six th 1 2 / 3 place by dow ning th e F ir s t Metitiodist te a m , tw o g am es to one. RO W ­ Sofield ____________ 125 ...... 105 LAN D M AUCH, who led th e M asons w ith a 478 th ree-g a m e tally , came Jo h n so n 178 141 ............. w ith in tw o pin s o f a 200-gam e on .His finai gam e o f th e night Thom pson __ ;....... 144 148 179 •St. P a u l '3 U sh ers m oved back n p into eig h t p lace when, th e y took Cook ..... | ....... 180 167 180 tw o g am es from th e A sbury P a r k F in s t P re sb y te ria n q u in te t. G EO RG E H , D avis 160 150 160 P A T E R S O N w as th e kingpin fo r th e U shers, h o lding jx 500 th ree-g am e W hite 155 102 score. B radley Beach M othodist, ro llin g a 915 fo r sin g le h ig h team score, T o ta ls .....: 783 701 858 dropped th e Ocean Grove B rotherhood to second place in t h a t honor by v irtu e of th e ir previous 913, B allard M ethodist (2) • * * • ’ /> .. 1 3 2 LOCAL LADS IN LEHIGH LIMELIGHT A lgonas ........ ..... . 127 1-10 153 C A N -C A N G IR L —Lilo. a F re n ch B IL L H A A S E , one of South E nd’s life g u ard s la s t season, in a le tte r Gibson ........... 109 115 •120 can -can d an cer, strikes- a lively •to th is corner, inform s us t h a t Ocean G rovers a r e m ak in g nam es fo r Jo n e s ........ .../. ....... 104 105 131 pose ,vs sh e a rriv e s in U.S. fo r role them selves on .the cam pus of L ehigh U n iv ersity in B ethlehem , P en n sy l­ T ilton ....... in fo rth co m in g B ro ad w ay m usical. ........ 120 138 102 v an ia. ^ • E sehcnbach ............ 223 208 102 L A R R Y .M IIIL O N , N o rth End g u a rd , is a fresh m an pledging Chi Phi f ra te r n ity and is seeing lots of action on th e fro sh sw im m ing team i 083 712 734 in th e b ack stro k e and m edley events, . . • , 74 74 ■ 74 ’ H andicap ... B IL L M A RSH, N o rth E nd g u ard , is a ju n io r and a m em ber of the T o tals.-... - 757 780 808 P hi Gam m a D elta fra te rn ity . H e is in his second season w ith the varisity sw im m ing team , p a rtic ip a tin g the fre e sty le events. B rcdley Beach M ethodist ( I ) O ur correspondent, BILL, is also a ju n io r and is a b ro th er in Pi 3 1 2 K ap p a A lpha fra te rn ity . H e is serv in g as m an ag er of the v arsity M egill .... ........ 201 133 134 b ask etb all team fo r th e th ird y e a r and re p o rts th a t L ohigh’s team is R idgw ay ....... ........ 176 149 1G0 h av in g its b est season Since 1922. ........ .155 148 155 Cnm burn Bill also rep o rts th a t C L IF F T RO U T is on the fo o tb all te a m ; B ILL W hitlock ....... ........ 190 187 155 SU T H E R L A N D is p resid en t of A lpha Sigm a Phi fra te r n ity and RON M cLaughlin . 18? 105 179 K N U ST is h ig h sco rer on Pi K ap p a A lp h a’s b ask etb all team in th e FO U R H O R SE M E N —A m o n g re c e n t sh ip a rriv a ls in N ew Y ork w a s th is h an d so m e q u a r te t of b ro th er^ fro m L ondon. T he to u r L ehigh in tra m u ra l league. 915 782 789 T otals (i to r ) J o n a th a n , Je ffery , C h ris an d R o b e rt arc e n ro u te to L ot’s h e a r ab o u t th e activ ities of some of the o th er G ro v ers on O n tario , w h e re th e y w ill live. S t, P au l’s U shers (2) cam puses fro m your. Ocean Grove collegians; *. * - * * 1 2 3 T rim m er, Sr. ........ lGG 171 102 NEPTUNE’S BASKETBALL SCHEDULE P ierce 121 159 107 H ere a re th e team s N ep tu n e will m eet th is y e a r in b ask etb all: Kunckel ......... ..... 102 101 150 YOU THOUGHT I WAG GOING /g e LPi rV f I'VE BEEN CLIPPED,GYPPED AND ^ •Fob.- 27 F rid ay I Red B aik 8:45 P.M. Con. H all T rim m er, J r . ........ .1 5 7 175 139 bam boozled ! i 've b e e n tr im m e d , TO MARRYSUZI?! WITH • BEEN HAD ! P aterso n ....... ........ 190 150 154 In v itatio n al ALL DUE RESPECT YOUR ^ • RIMMED AND SHORTCHANGED! I'VE RELATIVE,BRICK, IF I HAD BEEN HOAXED, HUMBUGGED ANL M ar. 6-6-7 T h u rs.-F ri.-S at. S ta ts’ Tourn.A w ay NINE LIVES.I WOULDN'T WANT H0RN-5W056LED !• -AN' WANTA KNOW T o tals ... ........ 802 822 778 • ■ S ectional TO SPEND ONE DAY OF ONE SOMETHING?- -I’ M VERY HAPPY M ar. 12-13-14 T h u rs.-F ri.-S at. S ta te T ourn. E liz. A. P . F irs t P re sb y terian (1) ABOUT THE WHOLE AFFAIR, OF 'EM TIED TO THAT M ar. 19-20-21-T h u rs.-F ri.-S at. F in a ls . MY BELOVED! DIZZY LIZZIE! 1 3 2 T aylor ......... Z ..... 131 124 181 Dummy 130 130 130 Pope ............ . .’......99 137 ,135 Dummy ......... ........’ 130 130 130 Lbgai\ .......... . .... 154 167 156 3A R P E N T E R

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OUR AUTO PR O T EC TIO N T H R U T H E U .S .F . & G. C O V E R S B O D IL Y IN J U R Y — u p t o $5,000 i f o n e p e r s o n is i n j u r e d , $10,000 if . tw o o r m o re a r c i n j u r e d . P R O P E R T Y D A M A G E — u p to $5,000. F I R S T A ID E X P E N S E S — r e g a r d le s s o f r e s p o n s i b il it y f o r t h e a c c i d e n t. D E F E N S E O F S U IT S — e v e n if th e s u it is g r o u n d le s s . B A IL B O N D S — p a id u p to $100. A lso p a y s f o r R e le a s e o f A t t a c h m e n t B onds. W O R L D -W ID E S E R V IC E — n o m a t t e r w h e r e y o u t r a v e l , y o u r U S F & G s e r v ic e is a s n e a r a s y o u r t e l e p h o n e . J u s t c a ll, W e s te r n U n io n , O p . 25. P R O T E C T S — N a m e d i n s u r e d a n d a n y o n e U sin g y o u r c a r w i t h y o u r p e rm is s io n . U S E O F O T H E R A U T O S — Y o u o r y o u r .w if e a r e p r o te c te d in t h e e v e n t y o u u s e a u to s o w n e d b y o t h e r s . U T IL IT Y T R A IL E R S — c o v e re d w i t h o u t a d d it i o n a l c o st. M O N T H L Y P A Y M E N T S T O S U IT .

$56 A Year

W ise folks p u t aw ay a fixed am o u n t o f th eir Income i very week in a sav in g s account a g a in s t th e tim e when th e ir incom e m ay lessen. A sav in g s account h ere is alw ays liquid, a l­ w ays safe, and insured by the governm ent.

( N o n b u s in e s s , n o d r i v e r u n d e r 25 y e a r s o f a g e ) H i g h e r l im its s li g h tl y m o re

AND S E E M E B E F O R E YOU BUY, BU RN OR BORROW

LOUIS E. BRONSON R E A L TO R & IN SU R O R

53 Main Ave., Ocean Grove —

A. P. 2-1058 ,

•S E E M E B E F O R E YOU BU Y , B U R N OR BORROW

SOLID COMFORT fo r your fam ily if you buy th is new ly listed home n ear A sbury P ark and n o rth end beach. O w ner's b eau tifu l a p a rtm e n t w ith tile b a th . Lovely second floor a p a rtm e n t fo r income. F u ll b asem en t w ith oil h eat. S to p in fo r fu rth e r in fo rm a­ tion.

FO Il SALE S ta te ly , dignified yet a u ste re is th is home for people who a r e in sym pathy w ith the principled for which Ocean Grove sta n d s. W ide porches, so uthern exposure, income p o ssib ilities..

In sp ect from th e o utside th en sec us fo r th e K ey. H ouse h a s 4 bedroom s plus a d o rm itory room on tho top' floor. Full cellar w ith h o t a ir coal h eat. Fully furnished. T ak e no te o f th e 2rooiii co ttag e in th e re a r R ents fo r th e season fo r $380.00. A SK IN G — $11,000.00,

FOUR-ROOM BUNGALOW — A utom atic h eat. W ill sell f u r ­ nished o r u nfurnished. A SK IN G — $7,500.09 w ith fu rn itu re .

N eptune won, 3S-27. ; T h e; L in e ro ft. hom e o f M r, and Choked Voice M rs. Lewis, S .. Thompson w as The-Voice, of America's “Rakers\\a r e out of the dough. w recked, in a $100,000 fire. The.se are the two huge foreign propaganda transmitters un­ F ra n k (1.; M ount w as reelected der construction by the State.Department, on which Dr. Wil­ su p erintendent of St. P au l’s Church son Compton, former administrator of the Department's in­ Sunday. School. St. P au l’s .C hurch ushers, namedternational ill format ion .programs, ordered work stopped ,)'list f o r M arch Were. David O’Reilly, before he retired F ra n k Sam pson, Jo h n II. Dewis, "Baker/Easi" 'is being built in the depths of a presently H e rb e rt .J . Ileek, R cznor. W ard, ■inaccessible swamp near Wilmington. N. C. “Baker W est,” R o b ert M. W a tt, Jo h n P. L o so n ,' n ea r Seattle; Washington, is located in a “magnetic storm” O tis F.-.Loe,..W illiam Lyon, Alfr.ed area; These locations, Lewis J. McKesson, fo rm e rly an elec­ D. "C lark,-S anford C. F lin t, H a rry H ulit, H a rry Holmes, J r ., J e r r y L. trical engineer for the “Voice,” told, tho Senate Permanent W eatherby, Isaac.M . W ooiston and Investigating Committee, would reduce effectiveness about DO percent, and make it easier for the Russians to jam the pro­ M ore, than 850,000 ad u lts serve grams. from these “anchor” stations, Mr. McKesson estim at­ a s volunteer leaders in the Boy Scouts of .A m erica. ed the -waste on these stations and'others how planned at as much as 31 millions. Senator John L. McClellan, (Deni.) of LEGAL N O T IC E Arkansas, put. the figure at 25 millions, and declared that the N O T I C E waste anti mismanagement involved .“may border oh treason." N O T IC E O F P U B L IC S A L E O F L A N D S D P R E M IS E S I N T H E T O W N ­ Senator Joseph McCarthy, (Rep.) of Wisconsin, chair­ AS HN IP OF NEPTUN E. IN TH E man of. the'Committee, said that if these stations can now be C O U N T Y O F M O N M O U T H . N O T IC E is h e r e b y g iv e n t h a t o n moved to proper sites, savings alone may total 18 million. T u e s d a y , t h e . t h i r d d a y o f M a rc h , 1953, .. a t th e N e p tu n e T o w n s h ip And now, if, the two “Bakers” get some of their dough Ha t e a2d qPu. a M r te r s . 137 S o u th M a in S t r e e t , back) we can at least expect a tastier product from them. No fe pNt uenpet u, n eN, e win J tehres e yC, o ut hn et y Toofw nMs ho nip­ o u th , w ill o f fe r a t p u b l ic s a le , to t h e Secretary John Foster Dulles has cancelled a State Depart­ m h i g h e s t b '-d d o r, a t a m in i m u m s a le u n d r e d F i f t y D o lla rs , ment memorandum, to the “Voice” endorsing leftist authors i$p r3ic5 0e.0o0fi, Ta llh r ethe e Hr ig h t t it le a n d - i n t e r e s t on the .basis o f “em litability and utility”, and citing Howard oa nf d t h toe stahide - f oT llo owwn si nh gip doefs cNr ibe pe dt u nlae n dins Fast, .“a Soviet-endorsed author,” as a specific example. And a nAd llp tr e? mc ise er st :-a i n p lo t,- p ie c e , o r p a r c e l u n d k n o w n a n d d e s ig n a te d a s Howard, who has had a bad time before the Committee, who oBflo cgkr o831-F5. L o ts 64 to 68. b e in g a p ie c e u d o n t h e s o u th s id e o f hid behind the Constitution in ducking the “Are you or have oF fl e vtcahc ea rn t , eDifrivm e,. w est o f S y c a m o re S t r e e t , u n r ' i t h e f o llo w in g t e r m s a n d you ever, been,a Communist'.”’ question, and who parried the c o n d itio n s p e r c e n t , (2 0 % ), o f t h e .question of whether or hot, if, drafted, he would fight.for his, p u•rIc)h a■Ys ew or.xv m o n e y to b e p a i d - a t t h e tim e t h e p r o p e r t y is s t r u c k off. I f t h e m o n ­ country; isn't going.to In- working there any more. e y is . n o t p M d '.n t th a t- t im e , t h e p r o p ­ n c r .u t u p m d r e - s o ld i m ­ W e just hope the .cleanin'-tippers don’t run out,of DDT — emr et yd i amte:iv l y - “ T '- e - b a la n c e to b e p a id w i th tn t e n d a y s u p o n d e li v e r y o f a of determination. B a r g a i n . a n d S a le D e e d . •

14 Webb Avenue

Good ali

T H E O F F SEA SO N is your b e s t tim e to buy th is hom e w ith incom e. L ake view, hardwood floors, h ot w a te r oil h eat. Five bedroom s w ith ru n ­ n in g w ater. Y our own cozy a p a rtm e n t. R E A L V A L U E! W E

S P E C IA L IZ E IN D E SIR A B L E P R O P E R T IE S

The First National Bank of Bradley Beach

Bradley Beach, N. J.

MEMBBR FEDERAL D EPO SIT IN SURANCE COR PO RA TIO N

May We Remind ITie Good People of Ocean Grove That During Winter Months When Rough Weather Often Makes Travel Hazardous (They Will Find It Especially Convenient , To Do Their Banking At The

OCEAN GROVE BRANCH Main Avenue and Pilgrim Pathway .Of The Old and Friendly

REAL ESTATE " INSURANCE T elephone A. P . 2-2124 ( 78 Main Ave., Ocean Grove

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27,1953 -«>>ii[itf«ttiiiiiiiiiijtiiiiiiiitaiii
In And Out . | Of Ocean GroVe | ■SannniltiliiaiisiiiiiinailliiiiiniiniiiitiaKiiiKuiujuwu^, •Miss Lu!u M ae Cooper and M rs. C harles P ip e r will rep re sen t the Ocean Grove W om an’s Club a t th e F ed eratio n D ay of th e New B runsw ick W om an’s Club on M arch 9. Mrs. E lizabeth M cL ardy h a s r e ­ tu rn e d to h e r hom e a t 33 P rtm an A venues a f te r spending several w eeks w ith h e r son in Valley S tream , L. I., follow ing h e r vaca­ tio n in B ritain . M r. a n d M rs. C arlton H. B aird and M r. and Mrs, Frederick- E. Strom,, b o th , o f O cean Grove, a re v isitin g w ith M rs. B aird ’s b ro th er and w ife, M r and M rs: H u b ert G. Moore, in W ashington, D. C. T he an n u al dinner of th e Louise F ox P h ila th e a Class will be held T uesday n ig h t, fi:30 o’clock, a t the St. Elm o H otel. A m eeting a t th e hom e of M rs. H e rb e rt J . Sm ith, 103 B roadw ay, will follow the dinner. , W illiam H, S u th erlan d , J r ., 70 M t. T ab o r W ay , h a s been in itiated into the Ciheli Squadron of th e A r­ nold A ir Society, national honorary fo r advanced A ir Force ROTC m en a t L ehigh U niversity. The, Rev. G. W. LoWdon, p a s to r of St. A ndrew ’s M ethodist Church, S p rin g L ake, w ill address th e St. P a u l’s Church U sh ers’ U nion a t its m eetin g T uesday n ig h t. All men o f th e church are invited and re ­ fre sh m e n ts will be served. P fc. George' P erk in s, son of Mr. and M rs. W illiam P erkins, 134 C lark Avenue, telephoned his home fro m Ja p a n on W ednesday n ight. H e . w as on a five-day r e s t period from the f ro n t lines ir K orea. G eorge is w ith the 45th In fa n try D ivision’s heavy m o rtars. A m uJicalc w as p resented to the resid en ts of the M ethodist Hom e in th e auditorium M onday night. .The m usic w as provided th ru th e coop­ eratio n o f Local 339 Music P e r­ fo rm ance T ru s t Fund, of tho re­ cording industry. Ocean Grove’s Boy Scout Troop 41,will conduct a scrap p ap er drive in the com m unity tom orrow (S a t­ u rd a y ). H ouseholders a re asked •to bundle p ap ers and m agazines and leave on fro n t porches for the Scouts to collect. Mr. an d M rs. D avid Duff M al­ colm, p ro p rie to rs o f th e Ocean F ro n t House, Ocean and ' Main Avenues, who have been vacatio n ­ ing in St. P e te rsb u rg , F la,, have re tu rn e d n o rth and are now sta y in g a!, the H otel R o b ert F u lto n , New Y ork -C ity, until th ey re tu rn to Ocean Grove to p rep are th eir hotel f o r th e su m m er season. G uests reg istered a t ' th e P ine T ree Inn, 10 M ain A venue, for W ashin g to n ’s B irth d ay w eekend included M r. and M rs. H e rb e rt. P, Sunden, of S tra tfo rd , Conn.; M rs. : S usie D orsch, o f G arden-C ity, L. I.; M iss M ay B arro and M iss Eve H a n d y /o f Brooklyn, N. Y. Mr. and M rs. R. L. S nyder en tertain ed the house g u e s ts a t te a on Sunday, a f te r which an evening of m usic •was greietiy enjoyed. George H ellw lg, of Brooklyn, N. Y „ leav es tom orrow (S a tu rd a y ) a f te r a w eek’s sta y a t th e St: Elm o H otel. Am ong o th er St. Elm o g u e s ts enjo y in g a week are Mr. and M rs. C harles A. Wedcl, of C rcsskil, • N. J .; M rs. H. L. H o rto n and g ra n d ­ d au g h ter, K athie, of M ontclair, and M r. and M rs. G. E. M orris, of M ay ­ wood, Am ong those spending the en tire W ash in g to n ’s B i r t h d a y w eekend a t the St. Elnto w ere Mr. and M rs. C. M. Folsom , M r. and Mrs. Ja m es E. S terlin g , M rs. F l P. C aulkins and d au g h ter, M arian, F ra n k C astaldi, H en ry Rose, ail of ■New Y ork C ity; M r. and M rs, Joel S. H arvey, of Glensidc, Pa., and W. H y a tt Snyder, o f Philadelphia.

OCEAN GROVE TIMES, OCEAN GROVE, NEW JERSE1

Miss H elen K night, a sum m er re s ­ ident Here, h a s m oved h e r w in ter 'home from Bayonne to W estfield. , Miss A gnes D ay, 38,Ocean P a th ­ w ay, re tu rn e d Monday a fte r, a, w eek’s v isit w ith, relatives In M oun­ tain L akes and pom erville. D c b o r a h Bishop, 11-year-old d au g h ter, of M r, an d 'M rs, R. B ish­ op, 97 M ain A venue, w as a m edical p a tie n t in F itk in H ospital this w e e k . / Mr.- and M rs. C larence B. Rohland, 18 Ocean P ath w ay , have r e ­ turned from a n extended vacation in St. P etersb u rg , Flan M r. and M rs. _ Jo h n B uller, of P aterso n , s p e n t th e 1 weekend at th e n sum m er homo h ere a t 34 Main A venue. • M rs. F red Schultz, of tho Ocean Grove W om an’s Club, will atten d F ederation D ay a t th e F o rtn ig h tly W om an’s Club, F ords, on M arch 11. Miss M a rg a re t Jo h nston, who is spending the w inter a t the Pine T ree Inn, 10 M ain A venue, is now enjoying a vacation in Florida.

Churches Honor Red Cross Work

ST. . P A U L ’ S

Assembly Class Elects Officers

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Regal Moth A bout 20 kinds of royal m oths live ir, th e U nited S tates. The la rg e st of these is the R egal Moth. H e is a colorful g ia n t who can sp read his w ings u n til th ey s tre tc h five to six inches from tip to tip. The w ings a r e : divided into two p a rts — fore an d hind. The forew ings are olive-gray, spotted w ith yellow an d lined w ith reddishbrown veins. The hind w ings are o range-red, and they also have d ark red veins. The w ings c arry a sh o rt, thick body which is or­ ange-red w ith pale yellow spots. E arly' in the sum m er, tho Regal M oth lays eggs on . the leaves of

Officers w ere elected a t the A s­ sem bly Bible Class m eeting la s t F rid a y n ig h t in St. P au l’s Church. T hey a re: Rev. B. S. C row croft, teacher; Rev. R ichard S w ift, a s ­ sis ta n t teacher; Blqccker -Stirling, p resid en t; John Owen, vice p resi­ d ent; Mrs. V iolet Gillan, se cre ta ry ; M rs. E dith Fow ler, a s s is ta n t; Mrs. L illian C atley, tre a s u re r; Mrs. E m ­ m a Sam ueison, a s s is ta n t; W illiam C rozier, ch o rister; C larence R inker, a s sista n t; M rs. E m m a S am uei­ son, p ia n ist; M rs. W illiam C rozier, a s sista n t; W iiliam R ussell and J . B u rtis H ulit,. ushers, -and Mrs. J . B. H ulit, publicity chairm an. T he e n tire staff of officers \Vas installed by the Rev. H e rb e rt J . Sm ith, p a s to r of St. P au l’s Church. T he m eeting w as opened w ith hym n singing by th e en tire a s­ sem b ly /fo llo w ed by -a p ra y e r by Rev. C row croft. R eports w ere re-

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in first floor; one enclosed sleeping porch on 2nd floor. OIL STEAM HEAT

New Home Of STUDEBAKER Sales and Service R epairs On All M akes Of C ars

T e le p h o n e A . P . 1t0I37 ,

crocheted bag o f plenty

I f you have been using a m ak esh ift k n ittin g and crocheting b a - . fo r y o u r m aterials, set aside a few hours and make yourself art a ttr a c ­ tive, ropniy and durable u tility bag. The diam ond-like p a tte rn of shell stitch es in contrasting coiors m akes a b eau tifu l bag th a t you will proudly ca rry w ith you w herever you go. i t ’s a roomy 18 inches witle, to accommodate all your needles, y arn o r th read . To obtain the directions fo r crocheting this U T IL IT Y BAG, w rite to the Needlew ork D e p a r t men , of th is p ap er and enclose a stam ped, self-addressed envelope f o r L eaflet No. 940/. , ceived and an announcem ent w as m ade th a t the Assem bly Bible C lass will join tho Edna B radley Circle in p resen tin g an en te rta in ­ m en t .A pril 24, “ The M inister’s W ife’s New B onnet.” R efreshm ents w ere served a n d .a social hour enjoyed.

14 Prizes Given At Games Party T he L adies’ A uxiliary to the H annah-C rosm an P ost No. 2233, V eteran s of F oreign W ars, Ocean Grove, New Je rsey , held a gam e p a rty la s t T hursday night a t . the p o st rooms. . * P rizes w ere aw arded to Mrs. W illiam M arshall, M rs. W illiam

Simonson, Mrs. W illiam M agee, M rs. C harles Bilms, Mrs. George P aterso n , Mrs. W illiam M ockridge, M rs. E lm er Sm ith, Mrs, C harles G rav att,-M rs. R obert Stouffer, Mr. H arold G eary. M rs. Ja ck Mulliken; M rs. Louis Edwards,' Mr. George P aterso n and Miss L o ttie Geiston. R efreshm ents w ere served by Mrs. Joseph- S andford, chairm an, and h er com m ittee. O thers atten d in g w ere Mr. and Mrs. Jacob H nussling, Mrs. H. C. G eary, Mr. and Mrs: Clyde P ackard, M rs. A lbert W hite, M r, and M rs. C. J. Boyce, Mr, and M rs. Paul P ru itt, Mr. and Mrs. F ra n k lin IIoll, M r, and Mrs. Joseph Gondek, Mr, and Mrs. Jan ies -Fiicdncr, M r. W il­ liam M agee, Mr., and; Mrs. R obert Wood, Mr. Joseph S andford, M rs. A nna XIophaus, M rs. W illiam

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T. Frank A ppleby A gency, Inc. MORTGAGE LO A N CO R RESPO N D EN TS IN . MONMOUTH and OCEA N C O U N TIES F or T H E HOW ARD SAVINGS IN STITU T IO N of NEW ARK, N. J. M A IN ST. and M ATTISON AVE. ASBURY PA RK NO IN S PE C T IO N F E E

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C harles H agen, M iss V io let C u rrie, M rs. DelR oy W hite, M iss L e titia Geiston, Mrs. George D avis, M rs. George P aterso n , M rs. Sylvia S ta f ­ ford, M rs. W illiam S zhlasm a, M rs. Russell Woolley,* M rs. E dna S w ank, Mrs. H a rry Hodgson, M rs. J. N. F e rrie r and Miss F lorence G ow erl • Also a tte n d in g w ere M rs. J . C. . Ogden, M rs. W. J . H u g g an , M rs., Mae A nderson, Miss E lizab eth C ur­ rie, M rs. R ichard S tcere, Miss E sth e r P arso n s, Miss E lean o r P a r ­ sons, Miss S arah W ise, M rs. F re d ­ erick S trom , M rs. C arlton B aird ,. M rs. R ichard Eisele, M rs. N. G ran t Kelsey, . M r s .. M ildred B lanchard, Mrs. Grace Beam , Mrs. C harles P iper, M rs. C. J. M arkson, M rs. R obert M eredith, M rs. R o b ert Riley, Mrs, A ndrew W ilson, M rs. F ra n k Schm utzer. •And, Mrs. B erth a D cusinger, M rs. Jam es E asley, M rs. P . C.—Cornes, Mrs. J . B. H ulit, M rs. W illiam S u th e rla n d ,-M rs . .Oscar L arson, M rs. L am b ert Bewkes, Mrs^ C harles W arn er, M rs. Donald M ackenzie, Miss M ae Cooper, M rs. Jo sep h F eytel, M rs. F. Sopher, M rs. H a rry Pullen, M rs. George Isley, M rs. Russell S nyder, Mrs. H a rry H o d g -. son, M rs. A ustin C ram er, M rs. C harles H agen, M rs. Louise Hoff­ m an, Mrs. R ita Kelley, M rs. C h ar­ lo tte M. P eters, M rs. T. A. P ierce, M rs. T eresa H ow ard, and M rs. W illiam C. Magee.

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TH U R S, th ru SA T. F E B . 2G, 27 & 28

TH U R S. th ru S A T .— F E B . 2G, 27 & 28

“T he Bad and the B eau tifu l”

“ Above and Beyond”

W ith L a n a T u r n e r a n d K ir k D o u g la s N ew s S a t. M a t. — “ S E C R E T C O D E ” ’

W ith E l e a n o r B a r k e r ; a n d R o b e r t T a y lo r N ew s S a t. M a t. — “ B L A C K H A W K ” SU N . & MON. — M ARCH 1 & 2

SU N\ & MON. — M A R CH 1 & '

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W ith C o n s ta n c e S m ith . a n d D a n . D a ile y A nd

. W ith E l e a n o r P a r k e r ‘ . a n d R o b e r t T a y lo r N ew s

“ T he llo a x le rs” ( A n e x p o s e o f C o m m u n is m )

TU E S. & W ED. — M A R CH 3 * 4

“ T u rn in g P o in t”

UF.S. & W ED . — M A R C H 3 & -1

“ Because of You” .

' W ith .W illiam H o ld e n a n d A le x is S m ith N ew s

W ith L o r e tt a Y o u n g , A le x N ic o l a n d J e f f C h a n d le r

TH URS. th ru SA T. — M A R C H 5. G * 7

TH URS. th ru SA T. — M A R C H 5, G & 7

“ Road To B ali”

“Moot Me a t the F a ir” W ith D a n D a ile y a n d D ia n a L y n n ( I n ’ T e c h n ic o lo r) • N ew s S a t. M a t. — “ B L A C K IIA W K ”

W ith D o r o th y L a m o u r, B in g C r o s b y a n d B ob H o p e ( I n T e c h n ic o lo r ) N ew s S a t .’ M a t. — “ S E C R E T C O D E ” T U E S . & W E D . — B A K E W A R E T O T IIE L A D IE S B R IN G Y O U R C L U B C A R D S T U E S , o r W E D .

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Beam , M rs. M a rg a re t L aird , M rs. M ildred Blanchard, Mrs M ary B unth, Mr.;. E m ily Hickson, Mrs. G ertru d e Sopher, M rs. T rin a B rain, M rs.. H ash ard , M rs. R. 0 , C arr, M rs. C. Mansfield, M rs. H arry 'D o n ­ aldson, M rs. J o h n M eyer, M rs. N E look a t th is picture and you know th a t th e woman is a k n itte r. M ary W oodw ard, M rs. W. F ish er, T ake another look and you will discover th a t she crochets, too. Mr3, T. Alligood, Mrs, R obert Mc­ The bag from which she is pulling h er k n ittin g w as crocheted of stu rd y M rs. H; Bush, S r., Mrs. crochet cotton in a shell stitch. I t's possible th a t th is versatile woman Clelland, is much like yourself. One needlework a f t leads to an o th er and m ost likely, L e ste r Bush, M rs. Ralph W eaver, i f you enjoy one, you enjoy both. N evertheless, each h as qualities all M rs. Ja m e s . Lee, M rs. L aw son its own, different from the o th er.: Doyle, M rs. A rth u r D ietz, J r ., Mrs. R obert D e n b i g h Mrs. R ufus THE VERSATILITY O F A dam s, M rs. N . C ole-IIatchard, NEEDLEWORK Mrs. K elton SafuM , Mrs. R o b ert T he fascin atio n o f k n ittin g .’anti Pel.uso, M rs. M clyin G raiver, Mrs. crocheting lies in the v arian ce o f M arie H u n d ertp fo h d , Mrs., H a rry tex tu res th a t they produce. The m an y . varied stitches, th e wide se­ Long, J r ., Mrs. John C. G raham , lection o f y a rn s an d th read s, make M rs: H. V anB enschoten, M rs. M ary k n ittin g and crocheting tru ly in­ M ulliken/ M rs. A lm a W inter, M iss dividual a r ts des pite th e ir close re- J a n e t P aterso n and M rs. George B. lationship. A s a m a tte r of fa c t, the Downing. sam e stitch in cotton and wool will’ give, an in terestin g and d ifferen t effect when done in each o f these needlew ork m edium s. Crochet, fo r ( C o n tin u e d f ro m P a g e 1) exam ple, began in E urope a s lace- W illiam ; .S tarm er,'; Mrs.: .H e n ry m aking, exclusively, bur. over the Sm ith, Jr,', M rs. L ily JefFerics,•Mrs. y e a rs h as progressed into1,the. fa sh ­ ion and household accessory fields. Lucy P ap crtsian , Mrs. John. LohN owadays, th ere is scarcely an m anti, Mrs. Louis Sam ueison, Mrs. item o f w earin g ap p arel th a t could n o t be knitted o r crocheted. So v ersatile liayc they become th a t if, by some quirk of fa te , cloth were no longer produced, we could stiff be w arm ly and fashionably dressed ' — AUTO TOPS- — ; with crocheted and k nitted articles. Custom and Ready Made

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T he thoughts th a t we select w ith carc Should aid in building our career; No w orthw hile life w as over staged U nless good th o u g h ts have been engaged, T h e re ’re m any th o u g h ts th a t conic our w ay I f given heed would lead a s tr a y ; I t ’s . one big p a r t in life to choose, S o rt out, select the type we use.

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Mrs. Jas. Monahan

T he L adies’ ' A uxliary of W ash ­ ington F ire Com pany;-will hold a Rod Cross S abbath and Sunday social and covered dish supper a t th e firehouse on M arch 12, w ith will be observed S atu rd ay and M rs. R o b ert C; Long, as hostess. - Sunday, Feb. 28 and M arch .1, a t S ynagogues and Churches th ru o u t the nation; M ost of the houses of /tf : , . w orship in M onmouth County are p lanning - a t le a s t one service, de­ O G E A N G a O V E voted to th e work of the Rod Cross. ^ ; # The Rev. A rth u r S. Joice, p asto r T he S acram en t of- Holy Com­ o f the Shrew sbury P re sb y te ria n m union will bo adm inistered a t St, C hurch, s ta te s : “ Few people realize P au l’s Church on Sunday, M arch the ex te n t to w hich the Red Cross 1st, a t the 10:45 A. M. service. The m eets emergency, and o th er needs Chancel Choir will sin g “W hen I Which arise in A m erican life; F or S urvey the W ond’rous C ross,” Mo- instance .th is y e a r in addition to z a rt-H a lp ir, w ith incidental solo its other, services the Red Cross has by E dw ard Jo n M artin, baritone. been asked to collect additional T helm a M ount, A.A.G.O., m in ister blood to be processed into gam m a of music, will play “ Communion,” globulin to p revent p araly sis in Jongen, a s h e r organ prelude; the polio. “ A g re a t program like th e Red o rgan postludc will be “ P roces­ Cross costs m oney and is dependent sion,” Chauvet. The Rev. H e rb e rt J . S m ith will o n . the v o lu n tary su p p o rt of the p reach on th e them e “ The L a rg e r people. T his su p p o rt will be fo rth ­ C h rist” a t the 4:00 P . M. V esper coming if all the people a r e m ade Service. The Chancel Choir w ill aw are of the w ork done by the Red As a^ fo rm er A rm y chap­ sin g “Je su s, L o v er of My Soul,” Cross. W elsh, and “The Lord B rings Back lain of W orld W ar II who know s H is Own,” G albraith. M iss M ount the trem endous work of the Rod will play “ A doration,” M athews, Cross I u rg e y o u r cooperation in and M editation on a n E vening in this g re a t effort.” H ym n. Sunday School a t 9:30 A. M,; A ssem bly Bibie Class a t 2:30 P. M.; Youth Fellowship a t G:30 P. M. M id-week service of Bible S tudy and D evotions on W ednesday a t 7:30 P. M.

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tre e s and p lan ts. .The eg g s hatch into c aterp illars which feed on the leaves of hickory, b u tte rn u t, black w aln u t, persim m on, . a n d '. o th er trees. The. caterp illars have a nam e of th e ir o w n .' T hey a r e : .called-H ickory-H orned Devils, because th eir bodies' are covered' w ith row s of spiny, b lack horns. Since the c a t­ erpillar:; .a re five inches long an d so ,w e ll arm ed, th ey look d an g er, ous. But the N ational W ildlife F ederation says they a rc really q uite harm less. Along about Septem ber, the H ickory-H orned Devil burrow s in­ to the ground. T here he spends the w in ter and w aits fo r Ju n e to roll around. He doesn’t b other to w rap him self in a cacoon, as some c a t­ erp illa rs do, b u t slow ly changes into the next form of his life — the pupa .

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SU C C ES S FU L H O M E M A K IN G Selected Recipes P ork has lu-i-n a stap le fooil 'fo r yeai-^ and m o s t folks have th eir own fav o rits w ays of .'fixing it. H e re are some pork dishes th at are espeeid l-fav o n to s w ith tlie -menus.

I ing ; pieces-;/ sprinkle w ith sqlt, pepper a n d paprika. M elt lard in pressure cooker and in it brown spa re ribs a few a t a lim e until all are well browned. Slice onion; m ix catchup w itli rest of ingredients. P u t h a lf the sp a rerib s in the p res: sure cooker; cover w ith h alf the sliced onion and sauce. P u t in re ­ m aining sp arerib s and coyer w ith other. H alf of onion and sauce. Place cover on p ressu re cooker and cook for. 15 m inutes /at 15 pounds pres-, sure.;/ Reduce p ressu re slowly ac­ cording to directions fo r your cooker. Serve w ith b u ttered lim a beans and a molded vegetable salad.

: Barbecued S pareribs, 2 sides sp a rerib s . S alt, pepper, p ap rik a 2, tablespoons lard _ 11-large onion • ,. >4 clip catch up ' 2 - tablespoons v in eg ar 1 teaspoon su g a r. 1 teaspoon W o rcestersh ire saliee H aw aiian P ork Chops ',i teaspoon chili powder 4 pork chops '14 teaspoon celery seed Have the sp a rerib s cut into serv- It cup v inegar

Fresh hot Butterhorn rolls served with butter or m argarine give a wonderful lift to Lent's no-meal meals.

F ruited Pork Steak’s •1 shoulder pork steak s F lour, sa lt, p aprika 2 cooking apples R aisins; brown s u g a r .; T rim f a t from edge of pork ste a k s niid fry out in a.la rg e skillet. Ri-move: p i e c e s ,'’Flour pork ste a k s aiid brown on both sides-in hpl fat. Core’ 'apples; but, dn not p are: cut into, thick' slices. Top each steak with pni- or tw o 'ap p le slices anil fill

Clever homemakers know th at an easy way to keep meals inter­ esting is to serve hot breads. L uring Lent meals are an extra-special problem in .m an y families. Make the Bntterh’o ins pictured here and serve them straig h t from the oven with generous p ats of butter or m argarine. • These yenst-Jeavcncxi rolls are easy to m aster. Ju s t cut circles of dough into wedge-shaped pieces and roll up, sta rtin g a t the wide end: Curve ’slightly as you place them o n-the baking sheet. . . . Tuna fish;salads in Ictltuee cups, sliced tom atoes and. glasses of cold milk are good companions for. these B utterhorns. Complete the •luncheon w-.itli *ii bowl of assorted fruits. ; . When you don’t have time to do your own baking, pay a visit to .your bake shop. You.will find all-.soils of tem pting breads from which to choose. . Kenn-mber,. llu-se’ enriched breads, ns well as those you riiake, contribute a 'generous m easure of'good food value to your diet. Enrichm ent adds food;iron and three I'-vitnniins at 110 added cost. -i!W , / / / ; ; ' BUTTER HORNS ? p . i c f l t c f y c .o l, r r m p r t s i o i o r d i y

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Vs cup catchup 9 oz. can crushed pineapple 1 tablespoon soy sauce 3 tablespoons brown su g a r }•> teaspoon sa lt 2 cups cooked rice Trim a little fa t from edge of pork chops and fry o u t in a heavy skillet. Remove pieces. F lour chops arid brow n in h ot f a t. Com­ bine'. Remaining ingredients. Spoon f a t f ro m ; sk illet and pom* catchup m ixture over and around chops. Cover and cook over/low h e a t 1% hours or, until very tender.V':Spoon sauce over chops once o r tw ice dui*cOoking arid add a little w a te r as needed. Serve the chops and sauce w ith cooked rice. Pork! S teak S nacks 4 shoulder pork steak s S alt, pepper, flour 1 cup cooked rice 4 slices tom ato, M*-inch thick . 4 slices onion, Vr-ineh thick 4 teaspoons'chopped g reen pepjjor 1 can sliced m ushroom s '. T rim a little f a t from th e edge of the pork ste ak s and fry, o ut in skillet. Remove pieces. S prinkle ste ak s w ith sa lt nd p epper; flour and brown in th e hot fa t. Remove steaks io a roasting* pan. On each ste ak , place U cup cook’e d r ice,-1 slice loinato, 1 slieo/qniph v ah d v i teaspoon ^ ree ri' pepper, S prinkle w ith sa lt and pepper. Top w ith wel I d raincd m iishroom ' a n d /;• add aw ter, to cover the b o tto iiifo f the pap.- Cover, and, bake, a t 350, degrees fo r 1 hour.- .A d d .w a te r /a s needed; baste ste a k s se v cra L tim es d u rin g cooking*, Scrvie w ith some' of the d rip p in g s spooned over m eat and vegetables.

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■Vi fitp ,y .; \ •. 'l.tXLs'"- ■ ..•.:* Soften y east in w ater. Scald milk, doubled (about 1 V> hours). Punch: Add su g ar, sa lt and shortening, down. Divide dough into .3 porCool to lukew arm . Add 2 cups . lions, Roll each portion of dough flour. Beat well. Add softened into circular shape about 14 inch y e a st and eggs. Mix well. Add thick. Cut in pic-shaped piecesenough m ore Hour to make a Brush with melted b u tter or m arso ft dough. Turn out on lightly garinc and roll up, beginning a t floured board and knead until wide end. Place on greased baksm ooth and satiny. Place in light- ing sheet and let rise until doubled ly greased bowl, cover and put (about 45 m inutes). Bake in hot into re frig e ra to r o r let rise in oven (425*F.) 15 to 20 minutes, warm place (80* to 85°F.) until Makes about 2% dozen rolls.

c e n te r w ith , ra isin s. S prinkle ap p les w ith brow n su g a r. P o u r 14 cup w a te r aro u n d steak s, cover an d cook over low h e a t fo r 45 m inutes. B aste once or tw ice d u rin g cooking w ith liquid in pan. A dd m ore w a te r if needed. Serve w ith sw eet p o tato souffle and cole slaw.

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By C h arles H . Connors K u tg ers U niversity

Boots of ten d er p eren n ials th a t w ere dug la s t autum n and p u t in sto ra g e should be exam ined to see if they a re com ing th ru in good con­ dition. 'j., x q.v., D ahlias especially should hfivc this a tte n tio n , since w e usually have tim e now, it m ig h t not be a bnd idea to divide th e . clum ps to p la n tin g size. A ny soil le f t on them should be rem oved, u sin g care n ot to stra in th e necks of the tuberous roots. Keep in m ind th a t the roots of dahlias are not real tubers, like potatoes. T he p o ta to bus eyes or buds at various points on the tuber, and all you have to do' it cu t th a t tuber in pieces and every piece th a t has an eye, w hen planted, should m ake a plan t. I-h av e never', seen-’an-eye' on th e sto ra g e or tuberous root of the dahlia. If any one finds one, -please send me tho root. . : In.tlie dahlia, the yes or h u d sa i'c located on w h a t is called the crown or en larg em en t at- the base o f tire m ain st'em, to which a re attached the- tuberous roots. So in handling, llte.'.clum ps, be careful not to tw ist or stra in th e som etim es slender .neck or connec­ tion betw een the enlarged portion of tlie root and the crown. -. ■ ' In dividing, a fte r rem oving the soil and c u ttin g off strin g y roots or d an g lin g ones, we usually cu t th e m ain sta lk back to th e crown. Then, w ith pru n in g sh ears or some o th er in stru m en t, divide the clump into two p a rts. Tlies m e then subdivided . w ith sh e ars or knife until we have a num ber of division's, w ith 'a fairly larg e piece o f crow n-attached to a tuberous ioot.- A root, th a t is 1 Vi to 3 inches long and th ree-fo u rth s of a h inch thick, if i t ' does . riot shrivel, is ju s t as good for the pro­ duction of a p la n t a s 11 larg e root. Dip all cut surfaces' in a fu n g i­ cide or a com bination of fungicide and, sealin g a g e n t,. W e have had. good results, u sing spergon. Lime and d u stin g su lfu r o r.ta lc and dusting su lfu r lire also good. If the roots, are plum p, label and sto re in an in su latin g m aterial until p la n tin g tim e. A ir dried p e a t moss is good. Some grow ers use vei'miculite w ith good re su lts ; W e are try in g th a t m a terial th is y e a r and will re p o rt on it la te r. -

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OCEAN GROVE TIMES. OCEAN GROVE. NEW JERSEY

Q — As a W orld W ar II v eteran , I bought a house w ith a G I loap. I. had to sell i t w hen I w as called back into the arm ed fo rces a f te r the K orean conflict began. N ott th a t I have been discharged ag ain , am I en titled to an o th er G I loan to; p u rch ase a n o th er house ? : :A It is possible for. you to get new and full loan g u a ra n te e rig h ts under th e new K o rean • G I. Bill. You should apply to th e VA r e ­ gional office, fo r a new certificate o f :e n titlem en t. V . ' V/ / /Q * ^ J li a y p ' W' servico-conneeted. disahiiity which /has been rated zero percent by the, VA. My ailm ent is bo th erin g ihe, and I th in k . I m ight be en titled to com pensation p ay ­ m ents. How do I go about ap p ly ­ in g ? ” : A — You should p resen t evidence to th e VA and request a review of your r a tin g . . ; . . . Q — I ’m p lan n in g to a tte n d col­ lege u nder th e K orean G I Bill. W hat hap p en s if m y en titlem en t ru n s o u t w hile I ’m ju s t p a r t Way th ru a school se m ester? Would I be allowed , to co n tin u e? : A — I f yo u r e n title m e n t•expires a f te r th ehalf-w ay m ark of th e so-luestcr, you would be p crim tted to com plete th a t sem ester w ith Gov­ ernm ent financial assistan ce, v Q/ — M ay /I tra in under the K o­ rean G I Bill in a school outside the U nited S ta te s ? i; ' A — Yes, provided y o u r course will he taken in an approved in sti­ tu tion of h ig er learn in g .

(Continued, from P a g e 2) checkbook. Seriously, th e m en are a g r e a t a s se t to a P.T.A , and w e are very pleased w ith th e f a th e rs who come out, tho p rid e fo rces u s to assum e th a t we know all, we do n e e d ' th e ir sla n t on things. Will climb down from my soap box now and rem ind you all th a t th e SRH T een-age dance scheduled fo r F rid a y n ig h t, F eb. 27, h a s been called off due to th o se stu p id m eas­ les. T hey should s if t down to the g ra m m a r level soon and yo u r -col­ u m n is t w ill n o :d o u b t b e tu rn in g in a sleepy, column. Bee seeing you!.

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T H E MONMOUTH COUNTY H E A L T H COU NCIL is m ak in g p lan s fo r an in s titu te o f epilepsy, concerning principally th e reh ab ilita tio n a n d em ploym ent of p erso n s afflicted w ith th e disease. I t w ill be held W ednesday, A p ril 15, a t M onm outh M em orial H o sp ital, Long B ranch, a t 7:00 P . M., co-sponsored by th e M onm outh County M edi­ cal Society, and th e N . J . Society fo r Crippled C hildren and A d u lts. R ep resen tativ es of law , in d u stry , m edicine and a n alliictee w ill conduct a sym posium . In th e p ictu re a re : (se a te d ) M rs. J . H . M eyer, Sea B right, p resid en t M onm outh County M ental H ealth A sso ciatio n ; M rs. L. V. C arton, M iddletown Tow nship, vice c h a ir­ m an of th e Council; M rs. J. H . R ossbach, Rum son, c h a irm a n ; M rs. F ern R oss, S hrew sbury, se c re ta ry o f th e Council; M iss W inona D a rra h , L ittle Silver, d irecto r, MCOSS, and M rs. R . C. K lein, Ocean Tow nshjp, m em ber; (sta n d in g ) Roland J . H ines, A sb u ry P a r k ; F re d L. Crocker, F reehold, County H ealth O fficer; D r. Sidney H odas, Red Bank, of the Medical S o ciety ; V incent J . G orm an, exec­ u tiv e se cre ta ry , Medical Society, and M r. K lein, publicity d irecto r.

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The w cskit shown-here sp orts appliques of h earts and flowers, jy ? • ; -:t’-’-.. a bowling ball and pins, and an opened book fo r the book worms. I f ypur club group has been looking fo r an outfit th a t can be worn to the m eetings, th is little felt.w esk it is ju s t the thing. F o r in­ stance, if you belong to a lite ra ry group, rep eat oniy the book applique nil over th e woskit. If you have a bowling team, applique the symbols of your favorite sp o rt on th e jacket. Y our team will be the sensation of th e bowling lanes in weskits adorned with felt balls and pins, w ith a full skirt, fo r case of action, to m atch. SEW IT YOURSELF

This adorable woo! felt fashion accessory can be made in .a wink— no seam finishings, no hems. A ny v est p attern can be used. I would like to send you tho simple sew ing and cu ttin g directions fo r m aking it and a beanie to m atch along with tracin g p attern s fo r the appliques. I f you would like to make this F E L T W E SK IT , ju s t send a stam ped, eelf-addrcssed envelope to the Needlework D epartm ent of th is p ap er fo r the instructions on Leaflet No. E-2511. A3. True,- provided it is sin ­ cere p raise th a t he has earned and deserves. M erely p u m p in g u p a child’s ego will not give him the q u alities o f ch a ra c te r and th e kind of^'personality he w ill need to suc­ : . f :Q l. A fashionable hom e envi­ ceed. ronm ent can become a serious so­ cial handicap to th e sm all child, (T ru e or F alse,) Q2.. Can any p a re n t teach his child how to m ake frien d s? Q3. P ra isin g a child will give him th e self confidence necessary fo r success. (T ru e o r F alse.) T H E A N SW ERS A l. T rue, especially w here th e m o th er’s m ain concern is fo r her eleg an t and expensive possessions. A child’s frien d s are quick to sense th e ’ lack of w arm th and genuine welcome in such a home and to avoid it. ' .. '» A2. U n fo rtu n ately , no. -The p a re n t who has never learned the a r t of “g e ttin g along, w ith people” can n o t p ass i t o n to h is ehUd. ChUdren who come fro m .h o m es. w here A sbury P o rk th e a d u lt m em bers are too critical, narrow -m inded, self-centered,’ and snobbish, ten d to acquire- th ese nogativo a ttitu d e s fro m th eir envi­ ronm ents. The genuine sa tisfa c ­ DAY AND NIGHT tions th a t come fro m m aking and keeping real frien d s are ra re ly ex­ SERVICE p erienced by such individuals.

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MAYNARD C. MORGAN, who h as been en g ag ed in ad v ertis­ ing and sa les prom otion w ork p rio r to h is association w ith je rs e y C en tral P ow er & L ig h t Co., h as been nam ed sales a d ­ v e rtisin g m an ag er of th e lo ­ c a l u tility . A n ativ e o f S cran ­ to n , P a., h e is a g ra d u a te of th e L ouisana S tate U niversity School o f Jo u rn alism ; has served a s display copyw riter and production a s s is ta n t 6n B aton Rouge, La., new sp ap ers; a s s is ta n t ad v ertisin g and sales prom otion m an ag er fo r Allied Chem ical and Dye C orporation, and copy w riter fo r W chner A dvertising, N ew ark. He servin the A rm y A ir C orps durin g W orld W ar II.

tb e Poet's Corner L iberty B eaten by adverse w inds and rain A weakened bird new life did claim ; Now, w arm and dry, y e t young to •fly. W e placed him on our fingers there. H e looked a lo ft in sun-crow ned air, S till m ade no effort y e t to fly, So tim orous of th e expanse of sky. W e raised him h ig h er to the blue, T h e sun shone w arm , before we knew H is up raised w ing had c left the air, T w as lib erty beyond com pare, A nd freedom in his n a ta l air. R each up, O soul, into' the blue ’T ill freedom also comes to you J u s t as it did to wounded b ird — Y our cry doth never go unheard, F a ith , w in ging th ere, will prove so tru e If you w ill reach into God's blue. — S ARAH H O PK IN S ; Ocean Grove, N. J . J a n u a ry , 1953. .The G arden S tate B eautiful are th y meadow lands W hen th e ray s of th e risin g sun Shines th ru the countless dew drops And sp ark le them one by one.

OCEAN GROVE TIMES, OCEAN GROVE, NEW JERSEY

And glorious th e off-shore view W hen th e sun aomes up like th u n ­ der In a blaze of changing hue. B eautiful a re thy m ountains • In the glow of the se ttin g sun How they sneak of r e s t and quiet The am en to a day w ell done. — GEORGE W E E K S To my little, friend, M eredith Newbon Ocean Grove, N. J .

As we m ay m ake some h e a rts a little lig h ter, So leave th e ir lives So much b rig h t­ er, And give them ju s t a little m irth ' W hile hero we arc on earth , We shouid.be doing a good w ork; So we m u st not shirk B ut go ahead and be m ore kind To those who tire so blind Of God’s w ond’rous g i f ts . to those Who seek His help and love: May they accept T hy bounty, As is given b y Thee, T he richness of H is love T h at now is fe lt by me. ^ — EMMA M. O ST E R N D O R FF Now Y ork C ity O ur New Home ’eahth h er, w ing; And d ear to each h e a rt is the th o u g h t th a t our F a th e r Provides th is fine shelter, fo r which our h e a rts sing. ’... The fellow ship sw ett in the service a t Chapel, • W hen voices in p ra ise blend w ith o rg a n ’s sw eet sounds, The kindness th a t’s shown by one friend to another, And alw ays the sp irit of good cheer T h at sh e lte rs our. fa m ’ly like chicks How d ear to each h e a rt is the New Home so spacious, abounds. ■ R E F R A IN So h ere’s to the M ethodists, H ere’s to th e ir g ran d Homo; May God bless and keep them T hrough all years to come. The view th a t is seen th ro u g h each w ire spacious window, Like p ictu res clear p ain ted on m em ories 'screen — Of ocean and sky, and the lak e’s rip p lin g w aters, F rom m orning till evening can a! w ays be seen. The Home’s gracious m atrons and nurses arid doctors, The visitors, too, who come trip p in g along; Add much th a t is helpful, and w holesom e, and blessed, W e. all have the feelin g th a t we su re belong. — F A N N IE B. BROW N (A R esident of th e M etho­ d ist Home, h ere) T une: “ The Old Oaken Bucket.’

-----■ ' B eautiful a re th y p u r l in g stream s M eandering along carefree On th e ir n ev er ending jo u rn ey To th e sea, th e deep blue sea. B eau tifu l a re th y re stfu l lanes W ith tre e s arched in the blue 'W h e re sw eeth earts .m eet a t even­ W A SH IN G TO N , D. C. — Once tid e A nd prom ise to be ever tru e. a g a in we have passed th ru the v a r­ ious phases o f the mo on and the B eautiful indeed th y shoreline

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calen d ar an d a re in th e L enten season, ‘ side fro m th e . religious m eaning of the,season i t also b rings th o u g h ts of the com ing S pring.'T he poet has said “ w h at is so ra re as a day in Ju n e ,” b u t w h at is finer th an a real S pring day when there is ju st enough nip in the a ir to m ake one feel alive. T his is also the tim e of the. y ear when high school seniors make th eir annual pilgrim age to W ash­ ington. T housands of them from m any section of the country will be trek in g here to see the landm arks of th e ir governm ent. They will come by railroad, chartered buses and 'even, th eir own school buses. T hey will have a heavy schedule of sightseeing b u t will still find tim e to give v en t to th e ir exuberance w ith a n . occasional bag of w ater dropped from a hotel window on the head of a p asserby or some o th er youthful p ran k s. B ut there will not be one of them who visits here th a t will not tak e horde some la s tin g im pressions. F o r some it will be the. first and la s t trip aw ay fro m .th e ir home environs, while for others it ivill aiily be one of m any trips. T have alw ays wished th a t I m ig h t g re e t these youths and w el­ come them to this g re a t City — p o in tin g out the niany beauties of God and man.

I t is evident th a t P re sid e n t E is ­ enhow er is •sincere ’in his beliefs of the C hristian w ay of life and is w illing to back up those beliefs by his actions. The first, evidence of sincerity .was th e p ra y e r offered inopening his in au g u ral address ’ on Ja n u a ry 20. I have not seen one word of criticism f o r this a c t b u t I have read m any favorable com­ m ents. The second bit of evidence was his'fattendancc lit a reg u larly scheduled church service ■on his first S abbath in office. He a tte n d ­ ed alone due to the fact th a t the F i r s t L ady w as suffering fro m a v iru s infection. .

Much is being w ritte n anil said about seg reg atio n in W ashington. T here are justified arg u m en ts pro and con, but I’m led to believe the problem could bo solved if level heads from both cam ps could and would sit a t a conference table, to discuss the m a tte r r a th e r than have it.bandied about in C ongress. W hile I have no figures available on tho population, I have read th a t there a re approxim ately 45,000 w hite pupils in the D istrict Schools and 54,000 colored pupils. The la tte r have approxim ately five less school buildings and 25 few er teachers. Quito a discrepancy. In the w ords of the Good Book “ . . - ye have been called unto lib e rty ; only use :>ot lib erty fo r [in occasion to the flesh, b u t by love serve one an o th er.”

T he third b it of evidence w as his baptism and th e uniting w ith the church of h is choice the follow ing Sunday. M rs. E isenhow er . also tra n sfe rre d h e r m em bership to the sam e church a t th a t tim e. The la te s t evidence w as his w illingness to join in a b re a k fa st p ra y e r serv­ ice w ith m em bers of the Congress a t the Mayflower Hotel. I t is my sincere hope and p ra y e r th a t tho P re sid en t and M rs. E isen ­ how er continue th eir way in the re ­ ligious life. The voters of the U nited S ta te s have placed a g re a t load on the P residential shoulders. Only God can stren g th en those shoulders to c a rry th a t burden. .R ecently .a tte n d e d , service a t F oundry Church upon the occasion of the observation of the sa cra m e n t of Communionl The m inister, Dr. F rederick Brown H a r r is ,. is also C haplain of the U nited S ta te s,S e n ­ ate. I t is in terestin g to note th a t

W hen you read th is the first W hite H ouse P hcss conference of th e new A dim istration will be h is­ to ry and you will have seen (and 1 hope read ) the questions and a n s­ w ers of the interview . I ’m hoping to give you my im pressions of such a conference in sofe la te r column. I doubt th a t P re sid en t Eisenhow ­ e r reads th is column, b u t I ’m glad to know th a t he visited the Lincoln M em orial on F eb ru ary 12th* and climbed th e stops to stand a t the fe e t of the G reat E m ancipator. H is predecessor did otherw ise. To P h ilatelists :.nd J u s t P lain S tam p Collectors — V isited the P hilatelic A gency today to pick a p a sheet o r two of previous issues. New stam p issues a re : 3c N ational G uard— F e b ru a ry 24 3c Ohio Statehood — M arch 2 3c W ashington T errito ry — M ar. 2. 3c L ouisiana P u rc h ase—A pril 30

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E LE C TR IC PLA N N IN G M A CH IN E, a s illu strated above, will be installed a t th e F ran k lin In stitu te , Philadelphia, to help Je rse y C entral Power and L ight Company and six other eastern electric’ com panies plan for the expected dem ands fo r electric serv ice in th e fu tu re . T he p articip atin g com panies will eon trih u tc to th e $-100,000 construction costs and operation o f the an a ly z e r in direct p ro p o r­ tion to th e ir an n u al work load. The u nit will he built by W estiOgKouse E lectric C orporation and the e n tire in stallatio n will be placed in operation in mid 1951. The m usic a t F o u n d ry Church is alw ays superb. The o rg an ist has no p eer a t any console*, in my hum ble opinion, and th e chorus choir ren d ers ap p ro p riate m usic a t every service. T h e soloists are o u tstan d in g m usicians and both of th e m ale m em bers of th e q u a rte t a re soloists w ith th e ir respective Service bands — Bill Jo n e s,; b a ri­ tone, is one o f the well-known S in g ­

ing S erg ean ts w ith the A ir Force, and L indsey B ergen, ten o r, is w ith th e A rm y. Dr., Milton H. Nichols, fo rm erly p a s to r of Arch S tre e t M ethodist C hurch, in P hiladelphia and wellknown in Ocean Grove, w as am ong th e w orshippers at F ou n d ry re ­ cently. I t w as a pleasure, to con­ verse w ith him a t th e close of the service.

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