RED BANK REGISTER, JANUAKY
Mc^orppat Racing Arid
Both Sports Have Been
reation, will continue during
funas time/la found
and••aBoat manufacturers,NationalBwcop-' t "takes official and well known In Rod•'iBank, whcro ho addressed tho Jlon-mquth Boat club a few months ago.
Dr. William p.'sayi'o.and br, VVal-;er A. Bullman ol Red Bank lastweek settled their law suit In theJersey Supremo court against;ho Pennsylvania Greyhound Linos,
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October 27th,104(1,Dr. Sayro andDr. Rullman met with an accidentt thecorner of. 49th street and 10thavenue, New York city, with a bus oftho Greyhound company. Dr. Sayrewas driving his. automobile af'tlmttime and Dr. Rullman'was riding aspassenger._It_was ollegod_ln-tho-!aw-Bult tDr, Sayro's car was damaged andthat he Buffered personal Injuries;Dr. Rullman's suit was based uponhis claim for' personal Injuries sus-tained.Tho doctors were preparing to goto trial at Freehold after tho noil-days, when settlement of their casewas effected between their attorney,Theodora D, ParsirtiB, and the Insur-ance carrier for tho bus company,whoroby tho two local" men worocompensated fortheir damages.
"Although many of tho country'"leading drivers and owners of high-speed racing craft are on actlvo or^reserve duty with, tho armed forces,"regattas will carry on," according toMr. Hand, who adds, "During, thefirst .Worjd^ war years' of
1017 and. 1018 the Gold Cup and other cham-pionships were held and every effortw|U be made to preserve these tradi-tional fixtures. Tlieiu Includo. thoNational Sweepstakes regatta on theNorth Shrewsbury river at Bed.Bank." . ,'Mr. Hand's article continues:High ranking Navy and Coast Guardofficers have deplared that-the sportof boating-la important for nationalmorale. Also, Boating already Is pro-viding an invaluable reservoir of menpartially trained for sea service.Boat building and tho manufactureof gasoline and Diesel marine motorsand allied equipment all constlute avitally Important phase of our de-fense effort and the pleasure boat In-dustry is proud of the essential partIt Is playing. Throughout the nationtho manufacturing skill that once.went Into the production' of recre-ational craft is being dovoted^tp theturning out of all manner of
tcrlal. £SPatrol torpedo boats, mlnesyreep--_ ors, assault boats, cutters, bulldogboats, submarine chasers, navy tugs,army work boats, crash boats, plck-ot boats, box boats, tenders and manyother types are sweeping down the
Engines "and generator plants,wooden and metal small boats,searchlights, life preservers, stoves,horns, bells, rope, paint, radios, Igni-tion systems, bolts, direction finders,blnaclb lights, compasses—and omyrlad-of other necessary accessor'lea are moving into an acceleratedproduction.Along the same line and coveringJunior sailing in particular, whichwill prove of special'interest to themany young and older sailors of RedBank and vicinity, Is an article byCornelius Shields, treasurer ofYRALI3,who- writes; 'There Is every reason for yachtsmen to look forward to a reasonableamount of cruising, racing and day.sailing next season. Becauso smalyachts will use practically no ma-terial required in defense work, th<sport would Boom to fit very woKwith tho administration's dcslro toencourago sports for relaxation."Yachting, though, will have to bi
on a restricted basis, In England,Germany and Italy, for example,where tho sport has been active sincethd outbronk of tho War, sailing, hasbeen confined to tho harbors, estu-aries and lakes. Tho expcrlcnco inthose countries indicates tlioro Isgood reason for Americano to planon .putting boats Into commission.Painting and carpentering workon boats should be dajro now, since-there mny bo some shortages of ship-yard labor nextTinrlng. Chromium.- will bo Impossible to obtain exceptfor dofonso work by spring. Nowrigging and fittings will bo unobtain-able and oven ropo mny bo illlllcultto buy. Tho elimination of thosa sop-clttl "fitting out" expenditures willmake a sizable reduction in operat-ing coBta, and provo a plcnsnnt sur-prise to tho yachtsman.Yachting hns probably been more" Valunblo to dofonso than any otherdingle nport, hy having developedsplendid sailors and olllcers for thonavy. Their exporlonco In smallboats hns glvon thorn Invaluable fun-damental imowlodge of tho hnndllngof ships.For this reason Junior sailingshould bo. given evory encourage-ment. It ofrors a, wholesome hobbyand may be valuable training fordefense.Tho courngo and skill of hundredsof private boat owners |
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Mrl and Mrs, John Patrick anddaughter Fatty attended a gatheringof the Francis family at the home of
Geore MesslcU ofLarsdale, Pnsylvanla, Christmas day.The Mlddletown township schoolswill re-open Monday morning.The Ladles auxiliary of the firecompany "will Install officers Tilesday night, January 13, The auxiliarywill have Its annual dinner, Thursdaynight, January 16, at tho Virginia'fen-room.The Jolly Seemsters will meet Mon-day night at tho homo of Mrs.Thomas Paul.
Carrie March of Maplewoodwas a'GhrlBtmoa day visitor at thehome of Mr. and Mrs. Edward H.Scattcrgood. .The 600 club will meet Thuradayp:next Week at the home of Mrs. HarryCayton of Shrewsbury avenue. RedBank.
(The Bod Bank BeeliWrVan fc'toughTKutontown at the atortl of William O.nvii and G. Edward Smock)The borough council will have Itsfinal mooting of the year tonight.
ro-organlzatlon meeting wilt beicld Thursday at noon. At that timeCouncilmen-elect.Ralph Lewis andHenry OdollXvlil be sworn lntoofjlce.The new officials succeed Councllmeri:Lewis Herring, cbnlrmnn of the fln-ahoe eommlttee, and Percy Dangler,chairman of tho road committee.Mayor Robert H. Higglnson will bestarting the second year of tils firstregular term as mayor.
The board of education will holdts January meeting Monday night.The board of health, will alio meeton that night. -With tho start of the now year,Kenneth. VanBcunt will assume theilro chief's poaitlon, to which.ho wasrecently' elected. Mr. VanBrunt suc-ceeds Chief J. Ely Miller, whose tormof office has. been a busy one. ChiefMiller Is also superintendent of bopough roads.s Attending a family dinner at thehomo of Mrs. Edith Lewis on Christ-
day were all of her children andher IS grandchildren. The group ln-cluded-Mr_and_Mrs,--Ralph—te,Mr. anfl Mrs. Frank ITaParro, Mr.hd Mrs. Charles Lewis, Mr. and Mrs.Theodore Lewis and Mrs. Ida Ferryof Eatontown and Mr. and Mrs. Al-bert Wagner of Belleville.Mr. .\and Mrs, Stephen Aumackentertained their daughters of LongBranch nnd Oakhurst at Christmasdinner.'Sunday school, room'. Those .takingrart Included Joseph Miller, Jane-Caffyn; Marilyn Wood, Michael andMilton Caffyn, Ethel West, Edna andEdward Elgrum arid, Jean -Miller.Jean Miller rendered a Hawaiian gui-tar solo. Special jmreft was provid-,id by the choir. Perfect attendance)lns were distributed by tho superin-.endent, Carl WhltehurBt.
Walter Brand,.-arrI,y.e.d. home.A-.famfly party was held Christmas<ray~"tttith'e home-of Mr.• arid Mra,Harry Irving. Those- attending, Iffaddition to Mr. and Mrs. Irving's 19grandchildren, were Mr. and Mrs.John T. Ganlgy, Mr. and Mrs. JohnIrving and Mr. and Mrs. Russell EI-grum of< L6ng Branch, Mr. and Mrs.Olaudo Hyslop, Mr. and Mrs, JamesIrving, Mr. and Mrsj Irving Van-Brunt' and Mrs, Anna Brown ofEatontown.Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth' VanBrunt,Mr, and Mrs. Stanley VanBrunt, Mr.and Mrs. Jacob VanBrunt enjoyedtheir Christmas dinner together atthe home of Mr, and Mrs. KennethVanBrunt.. The regular meeting of the Sonsand Daughters ..of-JMberty_was notfield" last night as several membersattended the Past Councilors parly a<Wanamassa. Those attending fromEatontown were Mr. and Mrs. ArthurFliedner, Mrs, Emma Brown, MrsEdith Lowls, Mrs. Agnes Aumack,
Florence Brown, Mrs, CiirrleSchick,' MrB. Thomas Zlngale,
MissLutlo Algor and Miss Aline Brown,The Christmas entertainment pro-gram of the Presbyterian Sundayschool.was held Sunday night In the
where she hadboen
.Mr; Braii4'whd*«J).esj«?^LttK^fiie112th Field -Artillery, is
Indefin-itely to be with his mother.,whoMsSeriously ill.The Presbyterian' church Sundayschool Christmas party will bo heldtonight at the chapel at 7 o'clock.
Methodist church Sundayschool Christmas entertainment washeld Friday- night at tho church.Members of tho primary departmentrendered various recitations and sev-eral 'ChrlstsnaB. ^musical selection^were sung by the choir. A play, en-titled The Proud World Scorns, waspresented by a cast "of eight. Theywere Mrs. Thompson Senn, Jr., Ray-mond Hill, Harriet Ferry, Mrs. W.Lester Whitneld, Mrs, Arthur Forhl-cola, Joycelyn Mounf and Ethel andEvelyn May. Thompson Senn, Jr.,was Santa Claus. '. The Women's society of tho Motho-dlst church will have, a Christmasparty at the church tonight (Tues-day.) ''•"Mri:"Ahhabelle-Dennls.and daugh-ter Miry "spent Christmas with-Mrs!Dennis Bon-!n-law"and- daughter, Mr;and Mrs. A. A. Farad la at BrooklynOfficers to be installed by membersthe Sons and Daughters of Lib-erty
lodge ' next Monday -nlghiare —Harriet-- Ferry, councilor,
fedlth Lewis, associate council-or; Mrs. Allco Hill, vice councilor;MIss.Madellne Wright, associate vicecouncilor; Mrs. Jessie Taylor, record,ing secretary.; Mrs. Dorothy Davis,associate recording secretary; Mrs,RuthLewis, financial secretary; MissLutleTAlgor, treasurer; MrB. FlorenceGullaudca, guide; Mra. Bertha Sentman, Inside guard; Mrs. WalterDangler, outside guard; Mra. Maud,Adams, trustee, (18 month term)
Hill, representative (two yeaterm) Grace Dangler alternate repre-sentative (two year term).- -KE1TOR.T GIRL-ENGAGEDMr. and Mrs.' J. J. Morley of Key-port announce the engagement o:their daughter, Edna L. Morley, tiJohn D. Boyle of Elizabeth. MissMorley' Is a graduate -of Keyporthigh school. No date has been fiefor the -wedding. : :The road to better and bigger.busi-ness leads through The Register's-adVertislng columns,—Advertisement
Packed With Pathos,Comedy
•go.EVttio -headlines,aCN.cjy, ery. '.The Aurora-Jjimance; an outraged 'cow searched theicwer system for
and a skunktangled with a. pickle Jar.For each "big" story there was an
ithor packed with, pathos, com'Bdyr romance, to which tho people in.his busy stata contributed. as theyarrled-dn their dally .tasks'amid thedestruction and tragedy that stalkedho world.Hero are some of those other stor-les."D'you remember them?1, Tho Aurora Borealis .picked upand ' transmitted over radio stationWAAT in Jeracy City the ."strictlyprivate" telephone conversation oftwo yoiing ladies discussing theircoming "blind" dates. Telephone callspoured into the station offering to fill
future date. Two gentlemen al-so were heard hashing over theiramatory quests of the previous night.
Tho love bug gave, an O'Henrytwist to the storybook romance of 19-year-olii Josephine (J6'sie)-Philips ofGarfleld and—William (Sailor Bill)Langford, U. S. N. who met on apark bench. They parted, then werereunited and finally married with theaid and blessings of the general pub-lic and'the U. S. Navy.'3."Love.took' a-different twist.whenMrs."Mary E. Cavanaugh ot;Rosclletestified •.she had .--overheard--herspouse whispering sweet nothings In-to the ear, of. another wbiiian whileshe crouched in the. rear trunk of thefamily sedan for 5
,!. uncomfortablehours. Mra. Cavanaugh was granteda divorce for extreme cruelty,
Edward F. McMahon of Roselierelated this saga of a solo honeymoonwhich began with an icy dip into theRarltan bay near Morgan-, Exhaustedby his awim, he was rescued by boat-men and landed in. Atlantic City,Then he hitched a ride on a truckwith .New York plates^ fell asleep and"wolie" ip irnrlorTdaT "Hitchhiked par!way h^ine, then wired for bus fare.-
Clare, a Wisconsin cow, gavbirth to a calf enrouto from the mid-west to a Union dairy, Deprivedher offspring, she made a break fo:freedom and wandered Into" the sty-gian^ darkncss__pf_the_jewera:..un.de:Newark "for 12 hours. After her res-
she had to be shot when shran amok in Elizabeth, . •6. A farmer swapped a load of ha)for six. common white ducks whicV
Rose Z. Angel!, 'director of the'Hunterdon county weisire board, hadkept for two years. Next day, des-i!te_cl!£Dcd wings, the homing ducks"etraccd the winding two-mile treknd' quacking happily, returned toheir favorite pond.TrPatroImen George Knowles andCarl Anderson of Princeton,. walk-rtbeir early morning beati-Vspleda thoroughly irritated, skunk wKh'itshdaldinVa,. pickle jar.^bwck^k.diftlywi'oided, while theanimal "was held up by its tail,mashed
the jar into many pieces.Mr. S., the police said, took no ad-,/antage of the situation, but grate-!ul!y bowed bia
hanks and ambled-away. . . . -'- _ .
8. Deputy Tax Collector Peter Post,Bergen county constable, set outi, fullflll this assignment the hardway, He broke Into, tho Westwoojlhome of Mr. and Mrs, August Stroi-,chert, took $23.72 Irom a bureau tomeet an overdue, tpx bill and left aduly executed receipt. It was all legal,He claimed. The Strelcherts suedand recovered the $23.72 and ?474.29'or punitive damages. An appeal ispending.U. S. , District Judge WilliamSmith signed an order directing JohnJ. Dunne, a ?20-a-week mechanic, topay off $3,580 judgment to a_WestNew York bank at the rate
of $1 aweek. At,"~triat ratd • final paymentwould be made in the year of '2,009A. D.. This was topped by Middle-sex county Judge fclommer Kalteis-sen, who ordered Vance Waranowiczof South River to pay $2 weekly on$7,711 Judgment awarded to Mr.and Mra. Anton Knoblock in connec-tion with tHe auto,death of -theirdaughter. . Final payment on thatjudgment would be strung out to the-ear 2,016-."-
Maybe three neurologists fromHarvard Medical School were rightwhen they advocated at^an Atlantic!ity meeting that every bottle ofwhisky sold In the U. S. should beara label giving "directions for its use.". A Staten Island man summonedpolice to a Bayonnc tavern to searchall the patrons for $600 which he.belleved had been stolen from him. Police found the cash intact in a home-made money belt which had slippedand lodged into the trouser scat" o:
the. thoroughly abashed' eumi>lru°ii&.ht. . , And how about this one: tw>Bridgeton gentlemen, out motoring,cheerfully pushed Mrs. Helen G,Hoffman's stalled automobile to thinearest filling station. They pusheiwith so much enthusiasm Mrs.
man's car smashed over a fuel pumpthen, turned, over, on its _alde. MrsHoffman was given first aid treat-ment and the two samaritana wcrfound guilty of disorderly conduciand reckless driving. They had Indulged unwisely, tho judge said.Nor were these the only dlzxy do-
Aiteamroller rolled uncertainlyown the streets In.Hackennack. Theriver was arrested on a charge ofrunken driving.Patrolmen Maurico Ahearn of NowMarket found a man sleeping be-ilde the embers of a nre which head built inside the automobile ofrlrs. Helen Browni The man told po-'lice he had built the flre to keepwarm and dozed off. He was given. warm coll In jail, . 'In Dover.a Boy Scout,.acting as alatrolman for one day, served alarking ticket on Charles Holstead-r; .regular Roxbury township police
The .ticket was squashed-by a!oy Scout acting as Judge,Forest Willis of Long Branch, lithis pipe in his usual custom.Wh'ammo! The pipe exploded with a•oar. Willis, dazed, told hospital at-endants that he was mlaslng a .22-caliber bullet which he carried in.aobacco pouch.' . •Alexander Tozz! of Somervllle shotat a rabbit and missed. Tears im-mediately flowed down his cheeks.Someone hud replaced his shells withtear gas cartridges. JMank 'draft' stories wore
printed,A Trenton induction .board was con-fronted with a youth who gave hisname as Olaf Jeh'ova. He refused toregister, ho said, because he was"eternal," and therefore ageless. Je-hova was arrested, Clark Shotwe!of Weatfleld consumed 77 bananas inone week to' gain five pounds neces-sary to pass the army physical. Hemade it • . . .A 19-year-old daughter of a Brooklyn miniatec drifted on an innertubefor more than 17 hours In-lower NewYork bay. Rescued, she expressedbelief she had been punished for go-ing- bathing at Cedar Beach, PdriMonmouth, when forbidden.Tho Ralston population of 21 rcsidents took their civic pride seriously,Their postoffice, constructed in 1776,was threatened with permancn
abondonment when ^the postmlstresconducted business from' her "ownpremises because ''the roof of thiold building leaked ' and the wlnicame through the rents in the walls.'They^formed-n.hlstorli'nl soflloly, col-lected funds and started restorationby shingling the
Final declslDiof location rests with federal author-ities. . ' 'And so 'will people continue
llyiand laugh and love.desplte a Work
Private Char!eii,Miulon, M, *Monmouth;. soldier,-"returning IK*.,.ilo Christmas furlough to taw »om»
jFranklin, MassachMotU, VfM-Iillcd Sunday momlne »na twoompanldns, both members ot' Wfriost'8 replacement center band, w»r»eriougly
injured when their aiWIioute 38, about two mile* south ofho Koyport stato- police station BI\4ilunged down a, 16-foot embankment*rfason was driving the car. He diedihortly after being admlttod-toost hospital.Riding with hint wore Private*iVilllam Macaro, Wantagh, LOOK Iir.ond, and W. E, Flanagan of Rich,mond Hill, New York. Thoy wot*humbing their way back to th» po«^when Mason picked thorn up na»he Koyport cloverleaf.
Troopers who Investigated state*that Mason probably had fallen:isleep at the wheel as a result of.his long trip. -The"injured wonrrushed to IBe-post hospital In theKeyport flrat aid ambulance. Maoaramd Flanagan suffered Internal ln«
• Thousands of acres of gypsumsands in the Tula-rosn. Basin, .NoMexico, give tbe
appearance of drlfcd snoV piled from 10 to 100 feehigh.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Russell of
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Philadelphia woro Cliristmns guosU
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Mr. and Mrs. A. Russell of X
<^Springy Ohio, and Ijlr, Buisen'smother 'were Christmaa . guests ,o£Rev. and Mrs, William B. Spqfford.-
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Dr. and Mrs. Wylie Pate «nd snRobert are visiting Mrs. Pate's fain*ilytn. Pennsylvania. ".
Mr. -and Mrs, Richard Coblenjjspent Christmas with Mr. Coblena'parentB at Wcstfleld. .. .Mr. and Mrs. Fred Newman spent ]Christmas with Mr. Newman's par-,onta at Plalnfleid.Mr. and Mrs. Irving Hance, Jr., :and daughter of- WoOdlyna»'"''«»r»'•holiday guests
Mr. Hance'a par- 'onts at this place. , •The Lincroft, ^olmdel, Mlddletowiiauxiliary of llonmouth Memorialhospital will hold its first meeting of. IIho-yunr -Wednesday-mornlngi" J"3I^"|uary 7, at tho home of Mrs. Field'Mount. : : • . jAn all-day meeting of the- Needle* :work guild will be held Tuesday, •January 6, at.the Reformed church, jlRiffrfeShihOTlta will
served by Mra. l|Franfies Grosslngcrp- Mra, PhllljiiLeonard, Sr., and Mrs. Henry Starke. jThe Red Cross workrooms will
open Wednesdayi January 7. ; jThe library will re-open
Friday of:this week. . ;The Baptist church choir'gave a;lcantata nt the church Sunday night. ;'|
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