RED BANK REGISTER
VOLUME LXVI, NO. 11.RED BANK, N. J., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1943.SECTION ONE—PAGES 1 TO
MoreThan$70,000Collected For Hospital
Monmouth Memorial DriveGoes Well Over Quota
Tha moat successful campaign forfunds ever launched by MonmouthMemorial hospital of Long Branchcame to a close yesterday afternfton•with a tea for campaign chairmen,vice chairmen and members of (hespecial gifts committee at thfc homeof Mrs. George M. Bodman, general• chairman, on Naveaink River road,Middletown township. With an ad-ditional |2,500 still outstanding fromseveral districts and special gifts,the amount on hand at the cam-paign offices was announced as ?71,-268.20. The campaign goal was J7Q,-
and with tho small' amount rtlUoutstanding,' committee members ex-pect the total to reach $78,000. , i
Bodman, who accopted tl)echairmanship of this year's ccaia-palgn to replaco her husband, who
serving overseas with the BedCross, commended every campaignworker and expressed appreciationfor their "untiring efforts In behalfof thoso county residents who mustcome to Monmouth Memorial hos-pital and, being unablo to pay, mustbo financed by public-spirited' citi-zens %uoh as you and all of ourcontributors are."Outstanding in the campaign, shepointed out, was the fact that 20 outo! the 36 districts reached theirquota and wont over tho top. Ofthese, Oceanport, under tho chair-manship of Mrs. A. Barton Cross, iscredited with securing a donationfrom every resident of the borough,four districts In the county, becauseof their distance.from'the hospital,wero not given quotas, but, fromeach—Brlelle, Manasquan, Walltownship and South Belmar—con-tributions were received. :* Mlddletown township was dividedJnto eight districts and given a com-"binod quota of $12,400, Their finalreport, with additional money still- - anticipated, amounted.. to $13,137.Outstanding In the township., was' the record made by 'the Middletownvillage committee under tho ohalr-manshlp of Mrs. Samuel Biker, Jr.,Where the quota was $1,000 and the—amount turnod In was:$4,411.In addition to Oceanport and Mld-dletown township, the other districtswhich exceeded their quotai' includ-ed Asbury Park, Deal, Elberon andWest End, West Long Branch, Mon-mouth
Beach, Shrewsbury/ SetfBright, Koansburg, Holmdel town-ship, Marlboro, Howell township andFarmlngdalo, Freehold and Atlantictownship. The campaign in Brad-ley Beach and Jersey Homesteads,both areas which are expected tosurpass their goals, close Septem-ber 10. ' '•
- Those invited to the victory tea' at
Bodman's home were J. LewieHay, Charles R. Beattie, BertramH. Borden, Mrs. Alvln E. Coleman,Sidney C. Erlanger, Gardiner S.Harlng, Mrs. Amory L. Haskell, Mrs.J. Frcntlco Kellogg, Henry'fforrman,Manton B, Metcalf, Jr., Mrs. H. H.Neuborger, David A. Schpl.te, Ber-nard A. Selple, Mrs. Andrew V.Stout,. Mrs., Lewia S, Thompson,Loula B. Tim, L. H. Burnett, Ed-mund A. Stanley, Oliver H. Brown,
A, Cheater Conrow.Carl Schroeder, Mrs, Qeorge W.Frederick, Jr., Mrs, James Blair,Walter Fox, Mrs. Rose MeLsner, Mrs.Hazel E. Klnney, Samuel Metrger,
Harold Iseman, Edwin Bry, Mil-ton P. Cranmer, W. Stanley Bouse,Louis H. Farb, Judge Jacob Stcln-baoh, Mrs; Anna Tunis, Fredorlck
Noavea, Harry D. Gray, Dr. Rob-ert F, Hunter, Mrs. A. Barton Cross,
Allan H. Church,' Mrs. TedLethbrldge.
H. B. Boland, Mrs. WilliamP. Thomann, Mrs, H. P, Schaeffer,
QEORGE M. BODMAN
H. E. Werner, Fred B. Phlllpp,Fred C. England, .W. Raymond John-
Mrs. Harry H. Button, Roas E.King, Mrs. Invln D. Campbell, Mrs.Joseph O. Irwln, Edgar V. Denise,
Henri Werlemann, DouglasCralk, Mrs. Eugene Gardella, Mrs.Samuel C. Corse, Arthur H.-Barnes,Theodore J, Labrccquo, Mrs. J. Mar-shall Bookor, Mrs. Samuel Biker, Jr.Albert Johnson, H. Copeland, Mrs.Fred Frelbott, Mrs. Fred
Wil-liam C, Johnson, J. Daniel Tullor,
Joseph G. Parr, John H, Mc-Donnell, Arthur C. Wefelmeyer,Harry P. Seamen, George A.' Dunn,Boyla K. Pattern, Mrs. David Bea-
Mrs. Audrey Bishop, J. HaroldHendrlckson, B. Munn Craig, Theo-dore Smith, lira. Joseph Baior, Hon.Edward W.Currlo,_Robort.Dobbins.Charles T. McCue, Freeholder Ed-gar O. Murphy, Peter P. Runyon,
J. Hallam Conover, CliffordHance, Mrs. J. Lester Hann, JoeLevy, James A} McMahon, Mrs. Har-old_B._Millara, Everett A
MM. Allison Stern, V. A.Johns-
TJieo B. Lewis and IrvingPlunglan. ' *The complete report of the cam-paign, according to districts, follows:•"Brlelle, no"qtlOta", J3i TMaHas^uan",no quota, $5; Soa Girt, quota $200,$100j; Spring ' Lake, $660, $819.50;Wall township, no quota, $20; SouthBelmar, no quota, $1; Belmar, $250,
Avon, $100, $44.80; -Ocean Grove,$260, $61; Asbury Park, $1,400, $1,-761.25;Oakhurst, $1,500, $1,425; Deal,Elberon, West End, $11,500, $14,469;Long. Branch, $6,000, $1,899; WestLong Branch, $480, $583.75; Ocean-port, $1BO, $227; Portaupeck, $150,$84.50;, Monmouth Beach, $200, $200;Eatontown, $900, $506; Shrewsbury,$1,050, $1,050; Rod Bank, $5,000,}3,280; Little Silver, $4,850, $3,347;Fair Haven, $700, $585; Rumson,$22,500, $21,129.60; Sea Bright, $150,$400.60, Highlands, $350, $224; At-lantic Highlands, $750, $240; Mld-dletown township, $12,400, $13,137;RivorBldo drive, $6,2B0, $5,560; Mld-dletown village, $1,900, $4,441; Nave-sink-Chapel Hill, $1,650, $1,817; Leo-nardo, $150, $24; Belford, $100, $24;Port Monmouth, $100, $85; East'Keansburg, $100, $71; Everett-LIn-croft, $1,050, $1,115; Holmdel town-ship,$500, $1,061.10; Keansburg, $500,$502.97; Rarltan • township, $100,
Union Beach, $250, $89; Keyport,$750, $380.75; Matawan, $500, $297.50;Marlboro, $2B0, $440; Howoll-Fnrm-Ingdalc, $160, $154.76; Freehold, $750,$1,024.85; Atlantic township, $500,?1,208.75, and Engllehtown, $100,$104.85.
2 Boros ApproveDrainage Project
Buena Vista Avenue-Job to Cost $6,000
The governing bodtea of FairHaven and Rumson at special meet-ing* over the week-end approvedplans and specifications for install-ing a storm sewer on. Buena Vistaavenue, dividing line between thetwo boroughs, to correct a seriousdrainage condition. Upon final ap-proval of plans by the State High-way Department, the municipal of-ficials will advertlaa for bids.State funds amounting to J6.000have been set aside for the Job. Eachmunicipality will contribute »300.The materials to be used are not onthe priority list. Catch-basins willbe entirely o( concrete. Easementshave been obtained from residentsin the River Oaks section throughwhose properties the pipe will belaid,Final details of tho project werediscussed at a conference over theweek-end between Mayor Edgar V.Denise of Fair Haven and MayorLouis M. Hague of Rumson.
"Bucky" JohnsonWith Seabees InWilliamsburg, Va.
Navesink Man FirstAssistant Fire ChiefOf Township Dep't
Donald D. Johnson of Lakewldeavenue, Naveslnk, first assistantchief of Middletown township firedepartment, left yesterday for theSeabee camp at Williamsburg, Vir-ginia.A farewell' family gathering washeld for "Bucky" at his home Fri-day evening. Present were Mr. and
Joseph E. Johnson, Mr. and
J. Otto Johnson, Mr. and Mrs.Neil E. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Wal-ter - A. Johnson, _ Mrs Beatrice S.Hose, Sgt. Alfred Jervls, 'William andDavid Swan and Mr. and Mrs. Don-ald D. Johnson.One of four sons of Joseph E.Johnson of Naveslnk, treasurer ofMlddiotown^township,i Donald J.._been service ina.nag«r »t the Leon-ardo garage for the last seven years.He held a similar position at Den-der's garage, Atlantlo Highlands, for.11 years.Donald Johnson has been a mem-ber of Naveslnk Hook and Laddercompany for 16 years and served Inthat company at Naveslnk as fore-man and engineer. He Is a memberof the Monmouth County Flre^Chiefsassociation and a representative ofthe Monmouth .Counly..Flrem.en'a as-sociation from his company. "Bucky"Is also trustee of the Exempt; Fire-men's association . of Middletowntownship, a member of the Middle,town township defense council andNaveslnk Methodist, church.Two members of Naveslnk. fire-men's reserves, Harold E, Salengerand Richard E. DoVesty, also leftyesterday for service In the Navy.
Donner Farm-EstateSold To New York Man
Tho 121-acre farm-estate of Philip
Donner in Holmdel township hasboon sold to William Blsch of theGrlscom-Russell company, Now Yorkcity. The sale was effected by PaulR. Stryker, Holmdol real estato andlnsuranco broker. Mr, Donner, whosewifo died several months ago, hatmoved to Summit. Ho Is head of theDonnor-Chapal corporation of* New-ark.The farm Is on both sides of Long-street rond, and adjoins to tho west,the farm of Mrs. Flora Holmes, Thefarmhouse, which is located on- aknoll, was oomplotoly roniodolort byMr, Donner and Is In excellent re-pair. Tho house contains a largo liv-ing room with flro place, aunroom,dining room, modorn kitchen, sixlargo bedrooms, three tiled bathsand two servants rooms and bath,It has a Bteam heating system,A two-car garage with a modernly-equipped apartment above, a largobasement barn equipped for cattle,enclosed tool shod, poultry
corn crib, open tool shod and one-car(raraga mnlis up the com'pllmont offarm buildings. Included In the salewas n rubber-tlrtd tractor, plow,disk, attached cultivator and mowor,station wniton and ltt-ton truclt,•Mr. and Mrs. Bison have nlrondytaken possession of tholr new farm,nnd plan to rnlso boot cattle. AboutOR ncres of tho fnrm nre In mixedhay and nlfnlfa, 12 acres ara in avoiinu hearing appto orohard, about"0 ncron-nro; In woodland,- and th»remainder Is'n meadow watered byn brook. Tliwe In nlso n small Inlioon (lie plnco.i This fnrm will tie renumbered byold-timers ns the Longstreet farm,having been In tht Longntrent fam-ily for; itvaral ganintloni.
Physician To MarkHis 78th Birthday
Dr. Franklin C. Woodruff of At-lantic HightlandB will colebrato his78th birthday next Monday, Septem-ber 6, and all friends are Invited tocall onytlmo that day between 3 and9 o'olock,Dr. Woodruff has neon a physicianIn tho bayBhoro borough 25 years.Ho and his wife colobrated theirROldon wedding annlvoraary In 1040.Ho was graduated from Now YorkHomoopnthlo Medical college andFlower hospital In 1887, and In 1037he received a gold diploma for 60years of aorvlco In the practlvo ofniedlelno,GAMI5 PAIITY TONIGHT.Monmouth Star council, Shopliordaof Bothlohom, will hold a gomo pattytonight In tho Clayton anil Magoo'shall on Broad strcot. dames willstart at B:30 o'clock.
will beawarded and refreshments served.Senior High School Students.The Red Bank, Sonlor High Schoolofllco will bo oport from 0 n, m. to3:10 p, m. Friday, September 3, nndTuosaay nnd Wednesday, Boptombor7 and 8 for registration of now stu-dents and ohocKlng of BCliodulon,H, 0, Blober, Prlnolpal.—Aqvertlaement^d
Christmas MailTo Those Overseas
Must be Shipped EarlyTo Insure Delivery
There Is an old adage, "a wordto the -wlso Is 'aufllolent,
!- Thls_iaapplicable just now to those whocontemplate forwarding Christmaspackages to their loved ones Berv-Ing overseas. The-postoftlco depart-ment has Bet October 15 as the deadlino for receiving such packages andthere will bo no partiality shownafter that date.The boys at the Red Bank post-office are eager to render assistancein getting those packages dispatch-ed early and the Register appealsIn behalf of these postal employeesthat those who contemplate sendingChristmas packages do so not laterthan September 15. This will Insureproper handling and avoid the lastminute rush, which might causo thopackage not to reach its destinationIn time to be received as a holidayrcmombranco,Tho packages must not exceedlive pounds In weight and must notexceed 36 Inches in width and girth.Thcso regulations are mndo by thopostofilco department' »o . that thapackages may bo handled expedl-tlously and also provldo for the pos-sibility of carrying a greaterquantity In the limited spacesaboard ships carrying mall.Persons sending such packagesshould not only conform to thowolght and slzo but also must havetho packages socuroly wrapped andtho address plainly wrllton thereon,as well as tho namo and address oftho sonder. Declaration forms maybe secured at the local pOBtofliceand thcRo ahould bo secured early.School tlcglstratfon Day.All pupils who plan to enter thonod Bank public schools for tho firsttlmo this fall (except thoso alreadyregistered and pupils entorlng thekindergarten) ara requested to reg-ister at tho olllco ot tho Suporlntend-, ont of Schools, Sonlor High School,
Harding road, Rod Bank, N. J.,Wednesday, Sejitombor 6th, betweentho hours of 0::30 a. m. and 12 o'clocknoon nnd from 1:30 to 4:30 p, m, Tobo admitted to tho kindergarten pu-pils must have attained the ago of 4
Red Cross To ResumeBraille Services
County Chapter To Open ClassesOctober 1—Mrs. Chesler Chairman
Go To ChurchServices OpenHere Sunday
Rev. F. A. DeMarisTo Preach at theMethodist Church
The Braille service of the CountyBed Cross ohapter has been rein-stated as a volunteer special serviceby vote of the chapter executivebpard. Mrs. Isidore Chester will suc-ceed Mrs. William S. Holmes of Free-hold, who resigned after servingmany years as chairman. It wasthrough the efforts of Mrs. Holmesthat the Braille service has con-tinued throughout tho war years asshe practically carried the programalone.-Although the county chapter hasnever ceased in Its work for theblind, the Braille service was tem-porarily discontinued December 31,
by national headquarters be-cause of the cost and more immedi-ate - demands on the organization.Chapters throughout the country arenow reorganizing this service with aview to supplying the needs of thewar wounded. This need was em-phasized by Miss Evelyn Tave, ablind student in whom the chapterhas long been Interested, who visited
Monmouth street offices the pastweek after completing a course atthe Seeing Eye Dogr school In Mor-ristown. Miss Tave told of five ser-vice men who had been in trainingwith her there."We hope to continue the splendidBraille service which the chapterhas given In tho past," Mrs, Ches-ler said, "and to live up to the praiseof Miss Alice Bohrback, director ofBraille of the Library of Congress,who said that the Monmouth coun-ty Braille books are considered
Window HIindpB.Wo .make «ny kind of a windowshado; specials on shades, loss roll-era. .10 nnd 32-lnoh Hollnnda, 49 conts.Dublex 00 cents; Pyroxolln ivnuliablen
Bring your rollers. National B &
*, phono 2080.—Advertise-ment, . ••most perfectly bound in the country."Headquarters lor the aorvico willbe established at the West BergenPlace school in tied BanKNlW work,which includes transcription ofgrade one and a half and grade twoBraille, shellacking the pages, sew-ing them together in book form, andbinding them In covers, will beginsoon and classes In transcription willbe held after October 1. Fifteen vol-unteers who have formerly workedin Braille are registered for the classIn grade two, a form of Braille re-quiring 200 contractlona of commonwords to one symbol..Volunteers for grade one and ahalf requiring only 40 contractionswhich must be mastered before gradetwo Is attempted, are urged to callchapter headquarters, Red Bank 3443at 107 Monmouth street, to register.The transcription Is done on slatesand "writers," a machine similar toa typewriter but having only six keysfor the Braille six dot alphabet.Officers of the service are MissKatherlne Ivlns of Freehold, vicechaliman In charge of Instructionand also emergency proofreader;
Thomas B. Hasler of Little Sli-ver, vice chairmen In charge ot bind-ery sewing; Mrs. Martin Connelly ofPortaupec!:, Instruction of gradetwo Braille; Mrs. William T. Plumof Rumson, instructor of grade oneand a half Braille; and Mrs. PeterBentley of Red Bank, Instructor ofblndory.
Joan VanTlne, ofRumson, will make the printed titleson the backs of the Braille books.
Closing Of Fowler'sMarket For Duration
Conditions Force Shut-Down OfOne Of Red Bank's Best StoresMolly PitcherSugar In Italy
A feeling of nostalgia cameover Pvt, Francis Little ofNewman Springs road recent-ly when he picked up a cuboof sugar In Italy, he wrote In aletter to his sister, Miss Doro-thy Little. On tho paper Inwhich the piece of sugar waswrapped was an advertisementof the Molly Pitcher hotel inRed Bank, stating that It was agood place to eat and sleep.
Rotariam Holding .Clambake Today
The annual clambake of the RedBank Rotary club will bo held todayat Martin McGulre'a grove on High-way 35, just north of Headden's Cor-ner. The bake open? formally at 3o'clock, while tho order to "come andget it" will be sounded about 6o'clock.Harry Isaacs received the weeklywar bond at the luncheon meetinglast Thursday. Letters were read byIsaacs from Capt. Mttury Schwartz,Rev. Kenneth R. Perliiclilef and Lt.Benjamin Parker. Capt. Schwartzwrote that ho recently gavo a talkon "The Automobile Industry inAmerica" before a Rotary club InIndia. Rev. Porlnchlef, who was at-tending tho Army chaplain school atCambridge, Massachusetts, haa beentransferred to Camp McCoy, Wlacln-
Lt. Parker la stationed at CampGordon Johnson, Florida, an am-phibious training center.,y*nr*.J
niOTPOctober lOlli,Bchoots open far tlio, now term Bop-tcmber Kith. Pupils of tho Senior nndJunior high school will report' at8:211 a. m. Pupils of all other schoolswill report at 8:45 n. m,
C. aillnnd, Superintendent,—Advertisement.
Naval AviationCadet At Colgate
William E. Hoist, 19, son of Mrs.Garda Hoist of High street, RedBank, who Is a Naval Aviation cadet,Is attending Colgate university atHamilton, New York.Ho Is" a graduato ot Red Bankhigh school and beforo Joining thoNavy ho was employed at tho SignalCorps laboratories at Fort Mon-mouth.Anyono desiring to buy a homo ormako ropalrs can obtain a mortgagont a reduced rnto of intercut. Nopremiums. Can bo paid on monthlyInstallments over a period of yearstp suit ownor. In amounts of $1000to $8,000. Property located within aton-milo radius of Red Bank. WrltoMortgage, box 011, Rod Bank.—Ad-vertisement.Distinctive rollglous merchandise.Christian books, Blblos, mottoes.Sunshlno greeting cards for all oc-casions. Porma-plax. TriumphantQlft nnd Book Shop, 07 Navoslnkavenue, Highlands, N. J.Can What You Cnn.Wo still havo somo jars loft; jollyBlnaarB, wax, oxtrn lido, otc. Nn-tlqnal 5
10. Frown's, phono 2080.—Advertisement.Wo can placo iiny good mortgagoralso buy and soil mortgages. Intorcntrnto ns low n»
Boynlon &Boynton, B Drummond place, phonoRod Bank 052,—Advertisement.
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DellvorloB subjocl to governmentregulations. Ilnnco
Advertisement.Your nug»will ln«t longor If clonnod regularly,Loon's, phono 3300.—AdvortlscmmtAnnouncement of the closing ofFowler's market at 7 Broad streetfor the duration of the war was madethis week by Mrs. Edith I. Fowler,wife of Dr. Warren
Fowler, whoInstituted the business at Red Bankin 1930.Existing conditions, according tothe announcement, make it "extreme-ly difficult to carry on in any sem-blance of thB way in. which we havebeen accustomed." Mrsi Fowler saysthat it Is hoped that when tho war isover to open a new and modernstore. The statement follows:I am taking this means of lettingyou know that Fowler's market isdiscontinuing business for the dur-ation. ,We have token this step onlyafter a great deal of thought and de-liberation. The existing conditionsmako lt extremely difficult to carryon in any semblance of tho way Inwhich we have been accustomed. Itis no easy matter, aftor 13 years ofassociation with so many of ourfriends and customers to suddenlybring It all to an abrupt end.When victory Is ours and our boyscome homo, especially those whohave contributed
much to the suc-cess of Fowler's, we plan to open anew and modern store.We want to thank our manyfriends .and customers, who havebeen so kind and patient duringthese trying days and we want tothank the Red Bank Register for themany kind' tlilnga it has dono toboost us, especially during the darkdays of 1930 when We first, openedour storo at 3 Broad street,.where theColonial restaurant Is now locntcd.God hasten tho day when our boysaro home again and business can op-erate in a normal way.Tho Fowler market enjoyed aprosperous growth during the 13years of US existence, greatly due tofhe high business standards' prac-ticed by the proprietors. A fewyears after opening at 3 Broad streetIt was moved to more spacious quar-ters at 7 Broad street, and before thowar Dr. and Mrs. Fowlor had madeplans to provldo again for tho
incrensing patronngo of this high-type market.Dr. Fowler, who Is. a prominentchiropractor nnd former member oftlio faculty of tho Palmer School ofChrlcopracllcs' nt Davenport, Iown,maintains ofTlccs at 300 Broad street.Ho bfis long been recognized na alending practlonor in chiropracticcircles and hnd been instrumental indeveloping this profession to astandard that Is noteworthy.Rev. Dr. Furman A. DeMaris ofHaddonfleld, one of New Jersey'slutstandlng Methodist preachers, willdeliver the first
special series ofmessages Sunday at the Red BankMethodist church on the benefit ofchurch help and the value of tryingreligion as a guide and sure counselIn these times.Dr. DeMaris' messages are under-standable and effective. During Au-gust he preached to ever-Increasingcongregations at the Red Bankchurch.The Women's Society for ChristianService, which la responsible for thefirst "Go to Church" Sunday, is urg-ing a large attendance of both mem-bers and those with no church affili-ations. Mrs. H. S. Hlgglnson, presi-dent of the group, states that
the"Women will welcome thoso, attend-ing as they come to help rekindle InRed Bank a faith and rule for dallyIvlng which can be the only realfoundation for a rebuilding in thislahd and others' of a peaceful andspirit filled life."The committee working with Mrs.HIgginson Includes Mrs. VernonRose, MrB. Stanley I. Brown, Mrs,Frank Kuhl, Mrs. Roy Inscoe, Mrs.Frank W. Warner and Miss EdnaMapps.
Shrewsbury SchoolOpening Sept. 13
Registration of NewPupils September 10
Stephen W. FaryIn North Africa
Credits ScoutingFor Navy Rating
Stephen Warren Fary, son of Mr.and Mrs. Raymond Fary of Beachstreet, Sea Bright, is now in NorthAfrica. He is a seaman first-classin the Navy and has been overseasabout three months. His brother,Raymond, Jr., is In nrmy service.Shrewsbury public school will be-gin the 1943-1914 school year Mon-day, September 13, at 8:45 a. m.There will -be_ only one session theopening day, terminating at noon.The "fegulaf'two-sessioH schedule willbe followed thereafter.Parents whoso children will enrollin the Shrewsbury school for theflrat time should register with Fred
England, principal, In the audl-toBum
Scptomb61'-10;=bi!-tween 10 a. m. and noon. These chil-dren include reception grade pupilsand those transferring from other.schools.Parents of reception grade pupilsshould bring' with them the follow-ing information: a birth certificatewhich shows the child Is five years
or will be that
or be-fore. October 6, 1043j a physician'scertificate which shows tho child hasbeen vaccinated against smallpoxsince September, 1840, and a ph.iclan'a certificate Indicating the childhas been Inoculated against dlpth-theria.Parents of all other pupils shouldpresent the following information:Past school records comprising re-port and transfer cards showinggrade classification of the child andphysician's certificates as mentionedabove.The teaching staff consists ofHisses Mario M. Hamm, FlorenceHackett, Helen C. Lang, Mrs. Doro-thy W.
and Principal England.
Rumson Girl Engaged
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond McQIrr ofRumson announce tho engagementof their daughter, Miss Grace Mc-GIrr, to Harold Potorson, son of Mr.and Mrs, Harold Potorson of Belmar,formerly of Hod Bank.Miss McGIrr was grnduatcd fromRumsnn high school and Is now om-ployc(i by tho Signal Corps at FortMinimouth.Mr. Potorson attended tho AsburyPitrk high school and Is now em-ployed by tho Annapolis Yacht Yard,
Annapolis, Maryland.No (Into linn boon sot for tlio wed-ding.VcnMInn Illlnds,Wo nro rontly to tako caro of youwith fnat dollvoryj dainty
slatIn Ivory with Ivory tnpo~tho flno«t, 1>r, O. Thntrr r
rosnnioil tho prnptlcn nf veterin-ary mndlclnn. 'Temporary ofTlco. 02Mnpln nvonuct, Rod Dank, hhone 3030.—Advortlicniont,
Blood DonorDate Is Canceled
National Red Cross CanNot Send Mobile Unit
J. Marshall Booker, chairmanof the blood donor service of thecounty Red Cross, announced yester-day that she haB received, noticesfrom tho national Red Cross head-quarters that tho mobile unit of theNew York Rod Cross chapter blooddonor service will bo unablo to makoIts scheduled visit to Bed Banlt Fri-day, September 24. Notices ot thecancellations have been sent to- allthoso who havo registered to givetholr blood on that date at Bed
Booker said that tho princi-pal reason for the cancellation wasthat slnco tho schedule was arrangedso many moro blood donor servicecenters havo been opened that It IsImpossible for tho mobile unit to vitlEReel Bunk at tho scheduled time.Tho unit will make Its next visit toRed Bank November 10,Tho unit will bo at tho MatawanMethodist church October 10, High-lands Octobpr 22, Asbury i'ark No-vember 9," Rod Bank November 10nnd Long Branch November 23. fur-ther details on the mobib unit vljitto .tho above-montlonoj localitieswill bo announced.Tho following letter was receivedby Mrs. Bookor at thu county head-quarters yesterday from tho NewYork hcadquartorc' officials:My dear Mrs. Booker:National 'headquarters of tho BloodDonor Service has notlflod us thatthoy are unablo, to supply us thisyear with tho fourth mobile unitwhich wus to have none. Into oper-ation July 1, and was then post-ponod until Boptombor 15. (Jecaumtof thin cancellation it will bo nocen-Hiuy for us to eancol tho September24 date nualuncd to vcur chapter..
Juhidr Skippers WillReceive Awards Sunday
Supper, Entertainment To FollowPresentation At Monmouth B. C.
STEPHEN W. FARY ;Stephen was graduated from SeaBright school and Long Branchjunior high and attended Senior highschool.-
Ho was employed- by-JesseA. Howland and SonB, Inc., contrac-tors, Sea Bright, before enlisting inthe Navy.In letters written home to his par-ents and to Scoutmaster Cecil Lay-r6h7--St61>IioHr—a—'nombEr~of—Bright Boy Scout Troop 62, creditedtho training received as a Boy Scoutfor his progress and present ratlnin the U. S. Navy. 7 " "After the final Comet association'ace and tho annual Willis A. Clay-on trophy event Sunday, the seasonprizes will be awarded at the
nouth Boat club to the winners ine various classes, including th«ub events which have been sailed>y Lightnings, Comets and Sneak-oxes Saturday afternoons; the Corn-association races Sunday morningsnd the Junior Skippers associationatches which have been held by the'omets and Sneakboxes Sunday af-irnoons.First, second and third prizes, willie awarded In the Junior Skippersvents, and will go to skippers ofTina, Mlnaro and Leisure, as setforth in a separates story. on theiports pages. The awards will botched plates of the respective boat*n color on plaques, Similar awardsill go to the owners of the Sneok-oxes finishing first;- second and thirdn season points. They are DickDavis'Tern II, Bill Moore's Frannd Richard Reeves Davis
NightHawk, and other prizes will be givento Barbara Sayre, whose Fopeye wasourth In point standing, and BillWhite, whose Scuffle was fifth.One prize will be awarded In theDmet association competition, whichwill likely go to Bob Boskey, whosoisure has a good lead in pointswith one more race to be sailed.Awards will also be made to theseason point winners In the Mon-mouth Boat club races which will beconcluded Saturday afternoon.At six o'clock Sunday evening asupper will be served in the club at•hlch at least 200 young skippers,parents, club members and guestsare expected. A program of enter-alnment will also be provided forthe evening. .
500 Expected AtField Day Sunday
Plans Completed forBig; Eatohtdwn Event
Final plans for the field d% spon-sored by Eatontown defense coun-cil, to bo held Sunday at CouncilmanFrederick B. Phillpp'a farm on Southstreet, have been complted. Mem-bers of tho various "defense units olthat borough and their families willbe invited guests and an attendanceof close to 500 Is expected.Due to the few entries made todate at the borough hall for the- var-ious events, the committee has decided to receive entries at the fieldbeginning at 9 a. m. Sunday. Thofirst event, potato race for men, willbe started soon after that time, andthe entire athletic program will berun off as promptly as time permits,mlts. • • 'Announcement of tho variousovonts will bo ftmdo by loud speakerat the field. Tho full program, aofirst published in last week's issueof The
Bank Register, will becarried out. The baseball game,which will be tho closing feature ofthe afternoon, will bo played be-tween the police reserves and airraid wardens, and a battle royal Isassured.The slogan adopted for the day,applicable only to tho Eatontowncivilian defensq corps, is "Come One,Come All," and the committee earnestly requests a largo turn-out Inorder to mako tho all-day event acomplete
Liuet. OlimteadHome On Leave
Flrsl Lt. George W. Olmstead oFort Knox, Kentucky, left Saturdayafter spending a ten-day leavo at hishomo on West Front street. Whllohome ho enjoyed
attended theNow York showing of "Oklahoma,'was a guest nt tho^Llons club'meeting nnd waa tho. honored gueat at idlnnor given by a .group of friendat tho Homestead Go):
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Some OfficialsToo Strict WithCar Headlights
Drey fuss Explains'Present Rules in .TheDimout Area
Municipal and civilian defense of-ficials were requested by LeonardDreyfusa, state civilian defense di-rector, today to refrain from adopt-ing or enforcing rules and regula-tions regarding the use of headlightsmoro
stringent. ..than -those promul-gated by the Army authorities. "He pointed out that the presentrules provide that the upper half ofthe lens must be blacked out andthe low or down beam headlightsused In the coastal dimout area, evenn those areas where lights are vls-ble from the sea. Parking llghUmust not be used, either for drivingunder ordinary circumstances or dur-ing blackouts.In some municipalities, he said, lthas been reported that motorists arerequired to black out more than theupper half of the headlight. Inothers, lt 'has been reported
that lo-cal officials wore requiring motoriststo operate their cars with only theparking.lights. Both of these re-quirements aro contrary to the rules,he said, and are also contrary to theaccepted standards of safety.Tho regulations were developed onthe basis of adequate technical testsby both the Army and civilian en-lneers, he said. Admitting that ad-ditional shielding of the headlightswould reduce sky-glow somewhat,''it would not reduce It In ratio bywhich the driving hazard would boIncreased," he said."Safety practices dictate thatheadlights not bo blacked out anymoro than that required in the pres-mt rules—In other words tho upperhalf blacked out meets with Armyand safety requirements," he de- .clared.He urged those local councils ormunicipalities that have adoptedmore etrlngont ruloa to rescindthem.Droyfuss also Issued a new warn-ing against tho continued use of blualights for b!acliouV~purposes, con-trary to the provisions ot tho Army'*rules and regulations.Ho pointed out that some personacontinue to use blue lights duringblackouts, believing that they cannot bo seen from tha air and' »ropermitted under both tho Army andstate rules.Recent tests of Illumination, h«said, conclusively demonstrated thatblue illumination Is moro easily (tanfrom the air and less helpful ta thaground activity than any other color,Dreyfuss explained that until »p«proved flltors for flashlights are avail-nblo u satisfactory «uhstltute may beprovided by covering tha flashlightlong with three thlcknesc« of new*-papor or with ono thlcknew of new*-pnpor nnd one thickness of rsd cello-phano. 'In warning ngalnnt th« u«e of bluolights during a blackout! Dreyfus*cited a roport that "blua light *ff«ot».tlio human eyo lOOO times aa muchnt night
It does during the day,while red light affooti tho human «y#no moro nt night than during tn»day-tlmo, At low levels of Illumina-tion the human eye la janiltlva to.colored light In tho following
bluo (highest mmaltlvlty), grr«»n; ,whlto, yollow, oilman anil r«il.
nnd othora in thq civilian
protective tfervlceg should UM tht''Mtaistl lights a« Ilitlfl U pOMlbl* :durltiK blnckMlti and n«v«r point I*