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BABJTAN TOWNSHIP - T h g ccoxroQvrto |vorty coBtJoaosto rage hare. ttat-aB Botorprlsss. op-York, a t a bo eolirtii" M o f a B s w l wtog, told The Register loot sight that be wU fUa • coart 1M boon," If the to1teer*»tittofMAIItJ)ttengbBoard of Adjaetmoot UuMii-HlgUands rs^htosl elf nw ofttahomo. win bo of grate benefit to Tho COM WM argued before ehndrstitoboth Da^tdBisa»Dff.ssoctalsa»>er-tho board last Ha sold it Is hie "steccre hope My asBMBsy, aaki be bottevas At that time ths boaid totttaetttaw of batt cosaamasMsy sawn bOs C M ottH be eaV oaeh side two to nlttoj win give d * ragtotal proloctod asleUy "It the Mayor oad wrttton briefs. gram thsir fuBsst otpport" Cowcu w u iupport t M oNiteffty Mr. a ooun stanograptwr "m case It becomes bar Paul F. MaJr WMitwom into Most of the big oasa, he aald, nsesaaary to file salt," he sold, offlos. He roptecoa OaatBja M. havo already boon firtltrttil Tho home Is seeking a vart-Oberiaadtr, who r o c e i t l y reM aaid the faUaretodo so hi aaoe toco to twt out a assa t buildiu M¥»ni odd!sidfi- signed. the pan "baa hart" Uon/ConatrocUonorthawiuwaa Ths Board secretary ropor that Board member Goran M. • g uadHon whoso accounts are plication was d Rhodeo is ID andtoa New York yetto so be settled: B l d M M r. Blaada declared at t h "Pttel. Jobs 0 . JOMS. aattortty ose- hearing that part of the addition Dr. Chariss M. Mickon said he rotary4reasurer and aaattory tom a constructed in the middle of will make a rorwnmandariM rei Ttatnaa Thomas r Proctor Co., and aa ••paper" "poper" street str. before the street gardlag the superliitaodsot's post, fafftaCo. was vacated.• st the nwt meeting. Aug. I I He said ha could not give an ornct amount of the metdes due

auita for U ftaalMa. 0 canpMo travoUag train aot, and a complete hair Btytlng and aattfng for two. A loving cup alto will be given to the winner, aa well ai a US saving* bond and 0 t i l gift Mficate. All print are donated by local buiinettmen. The flnallitt will dint u gueito Coiincll WM odvuod by Mr< of the owner at 0 local restaurant Dot. t g t MeCartty Jones ttot Ms psrsoaal data Immediately following the awards. "wm be only ttJN.» WDDLETOWN - S | t took McCarthy was raosslgasd WINDOW! BBOKEN this week from the uaitorn/dhrtALDATI There's been a rash of school SUMtothe datoctlvo dhrisioB of The K*yport-Hotmdsi-Ualon window-breaking in two Baythe local poUco department. Batch BegkioalHlgh School study shore towns in recent days, po- By request, be bad been to will be "revived," it was reportlice reported. the uniform division since Janu- ad yesterday, following a recent Seventeen window panes have ary. The reassignment was mads announcement by Holradel that It been broken in Union Beach by Mayor Prank P. BlalsdsU, is "still very much Interested." •ft Memorial School, and more than noting poll" cnmmliiirmer, , Knrl B. OarriMn, rrninty ifhrml INJURID CRITICALLY - Williim Kendle, Asbury Park, 40 in the Weit Keansburg School. superintendent, who aaid July 13 School officittli My that when was critically injured Monday whan hit cer overturned C l O t l VRMCT—Atlantic Highlands icheol officials look over tho close results of that HolmcM' "appeared uninterUBBABY DONATION the vandals are caught, they will referendum held there and In Highlands Tuesday nlghf. Voters in both districts ap. be dealt with severely. State po- MIDDLETOWN - Tho Middle- ested," yesterday set Aug. 13 as on tho Garden State Parkway south of tho Keyport-Matdate for a new three-district awan Interchange. George Bennett, Asbury Park, a proved formation of rogional high school district by combined margin of 116 votes. lice are patrolling the areas. town Bridge Club hss donated the conference* $1,277 to the public library passenger in the vahicla, suffered minor Injuries. ' AcChecking results ore, left to right, Dr. Charles M . Mlcken, school superintendent! D. More thin 80 per cent of thetowards purchase of furniture Aattont ThM'« wlMI Tin tsMw cording to state police, both man were thrown clear of Adolph Butch, school boord president, and George H . Wuasthoff, elementary school n t nttlni for l l f M idi idihtvt htvtbnn bnn 736,518 aquare miles of Greenland for the children's reading room olMilfM advcrtlHn lor thr«t«qu»r tho car. The car hit a guard rail then rolled ovor. l l ourh principal. 4 A A are covered by glaciers. at the newtlbrary in King's Hwy, Ihtlr Mi oi a ctntury.—Advtrtliimtnt. 5

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Farm •f m a r sfoup-thf yaath ONin 01 imswaeoco n r t h t i i th t h We have undertaken a special STSas? only municipality in the county, this To mention a few names, we parents who want their children and the drama units. We print but what we pay to be protected agalnat corn* September, with its total enrollment, think immediately of Col. George A.about the beads aad orchestras, S * 5 *»»m* progrun of Improved f e facilities now found m camps aad munkable dissasss to seetoH The MJTA has asso kindergarten through 12th grade, onMorgari and Col. Wesley R. Herrlein Aad we report frequently aad Maiw ycost ^*•>*•• '1 * A ? moat *"m quartan provided on fanne. that they getttwascwiary im> government year It i in New Jersey andoflaat aeededv pert of this effort f is the double session. munlzlflf Inoculations. fully what such big sad active SUM,7W,0N. The a in Eatontown; Adtn. Andrew G. groups aa the Junior Red Cross VvfBfMBt took (A ftWB PCVT eM»ibroao and Intensive newspaper The construction program now Shepard in New Shrewsbury; Majare doing. support accorded the license rev- New Jersey youngsters and tor parsats e^tajSj tfcso reof this, municipal aad « We have special aad very elab- governments and schools got ftocation program.* being planned, therefore, is too little, Gen. George A. Van Deusen, Col orate their parents ahould know they newa about the schools— per cent, and the remaining 75 Under the slogan "It's ttw become mvolved with (he SSpflM>2 Si^mhttlm and far too late, as the school board Harrison G. Travis, and Col. C. Rfrom I N Board of Education, per cent went to the federal Law," we plan on releeaiai pub- will taw If Junior goes out on a streettteMsMroaTmeaHl tar «w lic educational messages oa safe from each of the schools, from savemmeat That's how your „ or B Itself has pointed out. Nonetheless, Haig in Fair Haven, and Maj. 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Thank you for your circumstance* which exist. y der about Is this: Do the people Ices take '34 per cent and the ddomtstte-made tte leal Society of New Jersey end foreign awd aeootThese men and others, all told who oc-operatlon fflmptsin that The Herald county gate II per cent. ell Its component county socieere and warns that they must be Wisely, the board has decided to have given hundreds of years of Statesman Sincerely, never reports or As for trends, the taxpayers' considered motor vehicles under ties sre co-operating in this projheadlines "good" news shout sasoclatkm finds that achool costs David D. Furman New Jersey law and therefore ect. But Immunisation against list the site questions separately on service to their country. 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IIT Paifcvtew Ttr., aad Barry :eu an being urged to partM* BBnaTai BmaTBJt f n n n m / •*•*• •**• •>_•_ a » A . u . * la tto caaarett. Tto taat «*tatmarafmN.J.Laj r to moviag tore Bara to Italy, to h a i toad I i aflica to AMentortt found D. Katctor. M, af I Comnet Ave. wrett w u held to Ram Sve Bk 'aHf I aba««nnaWa> — • * — • - * - - Bk 1 vtara age. Mr. WMto a a i to enlarge Its naff. M f « mm * W f > t w mWWtmt^ WmWmml mn age. a farm la Waysidt, aad aataU, 17. af I I HJghlaaf VtowlTto lateet sewnaer at . . . it Harvey aperatod i t o Oeaaa Vtow tor me eaaatre •*Jtomiiii operated a terviee atatton to aai Uajal haWa tat>*ia aamtM aaal aaaaal A. OCESTIOPLYNM af Ctortot A. lltairgh, Jr. ad Bai UaMI ncaat yaan, Mr. Twi aa a recently m lEABRKJItT-Mr.aaiMn. Survhrtog a n hit wife, Mn. n * Chryaltr daal. ana. p Joanh CUNN* Meait at BHa* i Mft. thto raf Oar Laa> anhtotoNewYerk HtWMhl Ha tot Vtoeaat J. lavtora. l i of M Lt* ton aad B a t o r * N. Y.. tad Mr. MOaa wai b a n la Blrkhaad, af M. R. Vaattevn y Ft., tto New tm, ****. - a tf II heathen, L. Fran Ctorch aai Ito Hah; Nam Be- tarn Yacht Ch*. aai to a era, II, af Briigt Ave.. ton at Mn. WMU fourt Wayaldt. David aMEaMaaMajaM Baak, aad Ettu P. Ttorae, My. ntor ef Deal Otlf aad CaaaPa., Whtte, " M. ef Ne iWiMe.a»efRtdBeak; Sunrlvtos ara m win, Mn.try Ckn, New York where to ted baa a s Gunt |aja>^f » « t r White, aad Ira L White, an IHWIT dab, Amy aai Navy Ctob. atAaoryLHaateii it a Mtptuat; twa atoten, Mn. RichWaahtogton, D. C, aai na Ev- C M Sutlon Eatcrcd, .HanMDal na: a Red Hewn aHyatr a trslain Ch*, M a Baton, Fit. _ j t t o at Eatoanwa; a Ifyattc Lodgt. Fne m Smith, both of Ntatuat. aad three 80 Cento Stolen Albert Da Mn. Caaa Amaaa at Rat I BAPTTZUiaPHSW grandchildren. aai Fred Muta'i gat atatton, Maple EATONTpWN — Gary Edgar twa treat H. It survived by his wife, Un. Tto funeral win to told Monjmaa; two Ave. aad Bergen PI., w u enter- Davit, l»moMh-old aaa af Dr. JulU SmaR Milat; ' ' day at 11 a. m. at tto Matttowt Opnwd by U9O ed Saturday morning and about Mra. IWMB Mn. Edgar P. Datto. WM Horn, Asbury Park. Rev. W. W. N. Mn. LONO BRANCH - T t o USO at emu taken from a Coke ma- toptlnd Sunday mor-tag by hit lour grtadchWrea, wii vOle, Watt, pastor of tto Waytldt Oleria Qajffc. aj| thn ptoct. aad chlu. Mrs. M e C a n p b a l l always Mra., la ft. Aathoay'i Church. Mettodist Church, will officiate. batch ctobtont to North Laag d N. Red Bank Poliee Chief George uaele, Rev. w M t a n n t O U n t C M Burial will to ta Haatttoa CemeThatoM Oardatr atLaaa a n a * , of t t o Pint Pnabyttrlaa awai waa «i* aaaai f j H. Clayton tali tto robbery w u l l n . Fnaett O aadtr na dlnetinaf aett Oavty y at at M w l i i ; aVaa^ato k l a a i l M a ' to Oar Lady f n a M)a. n . n i p . a . Parklag report id ta police by a railroad Church. Dr. Davii It Matioaad at tend thto aja FuaanI wry, nepniu. wtafHttto' l ^ M r t >K H m Church by of Perpetual y fadlmn ara pravMai croteiag watehmu. According tto naval hoapitaltoJaduoavlllt, Mn. J a a t ALBERT WALUNO itf watto Rev. Joha Donto. Barijtf to Tto Ban tai Jem ' to Cttef Ctoyton, tto watehmu Fto., with Mi. wife, lafaat a n Launu of Trenton. Onto, aai ROSELLE PARK - Albert Mt*' OUvet Cawataiy§ u a regutor feature al tto Ttondty » a maa break a window ta and dtughter, Patrlcto. QVOMWaHOKL Mra. Kattortot Laag af Ctaeto Walling. a . af II William St., recttoa at the Coadoa i Btattoa about 4 a. m. Tto aight dancta to tto Attaiy Park aatf, Ohio. rtwuc gHREWMURY - GeorgeG. died Tuesday at Alexiaa BrothUSO Club, with Juator toattam atef aba attempted io open a Mtaton at Myatk Lodgt Heal, « , at M Allen St.. died e n Hoapital, Elisabeth: coin box, tot failed, to charge, Refrethmaato, caatrib* ^r»leu to tto Wordea Funeral S t u n T t a Riverview Hospital Ha Ii tto brother af Harry Wai- MRi. CHARLEIRMOWALDIR. Chief Claytoa said. Detective utei bymambtn af tto < INI, Ham hut aight. Tto funeral wtt after a l o n g Mam. Uag at Matowaa. Igt. Irving L Krakowiwh It la* UNION BEACH-Mn. Oladyt t i n af tht loat at bratl af Atht told thto afternoon at 1 e'etoak Bon to Alltatowa. to w u A aativt tt Mattwu. Mr. Wai- E. Riagwald. 41. veatigatiag. Mnday Park, tad tht lenptimlit to tto fuaaral torn. « • " • * * • « a of m l a * George tad I Uag Hvad ben for 13 yean. Until ia tor home, 434 Prospect Ave. af Atbury Park, wan atrved F. Crauttoml. Jr., paator af tto rlattt rlatti D Day HabL n ud k a i lBw faUnant ta m . to v HaM. jtod Ban to Irvtogbn, ato w u tto at t t o daaco laat Ttoradty aiaht Red Baak Bapttot Chunk, wU tattn ana ami at hto.Wa. 31 yaan at a en* daughter tl Harry W. Gray, ST., aad w odiaf waatvaM activittaa Rotary In Preeenl effietoto. Bartol wm to to Fair tar the Jeney Caatnl ton, aai a a toto Ktttte HadMilb Brothera Qrcua Vtow I dnOny. EATONTOWN - Tto Rotary nrvtvtog a n Hi wife. Alto nirvivUg a n tor Ch* wiU p n e n t tto Milto Broth* ARMY TRABWW aadt Tanaer WeWag; a w toad, Chaitot V* Riagwald, or,, FORT jroRT E U i r a . Va. — Army t thne-rtog circua ten Mn* • »• >,Mn.CtorleaH.Wilan, twa aaat^Ctariu Riagwald, Jr., Reatrva Aug. It. Capt. David S. Roan* toUved.aaiagnad* wiU to etaged at "Fraagel* Uacroft. ^av -senaey ^^aa^*^ve nvMaj aMnavna^av «T%aaaB^ • wjpaflpejt I R \ Rosalie Ave., ta't ranch," a field on tto weat it achedutod to c m wrmatt tn caatUeratlt*. 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The remarks were mtonw. iurTiiatr."f7h«'"| U ^ H , FORT MYER, Vi. - Pvt. Nor- •tudaat at Lehigh Univtraity. He MOnPUUa W€W • a T. Jones, t n of Ttomu to a mtmbtr of Delta Oraicroa WEST pontnu ON VISIT PORTAUPECK - William An- York City, alter a n a g il Ttota fntenity. n u , 111 Minevtra Dr., MurA l n aurvivtog a n . two broth-fneatoro. Tenn.. recently w u EATONTOWN - Albert Clark n , Robert J. and Keating, a senior at West Point, lat hto tome. MS Camaacto Dr eb«h«hoiT*; W i nRalph t e r e dMaroae, grand-««».1»«* to tto 3d Infantry, the TWO BIRTHDAYS. pareato. Mr. aad Mra. Uwrence Amy'i top ceremonial unit, at EAST KEANSBURO - G a r y to apaadtog hit month't vacation with Mi brother-in-law and titMr. Atanadar w u bora ia Ho-Maroae at Red Bank, and hit Fort Myer, Va. John Cruse, a n at Mr. aad Mn. maternal grandmother and step- Members of tht unit ire mo-Tcrrwcf Cniw ccwontM fc I • ter, Rtv. and Mn. Robert N. Suable, South St. Mr. Heating's a Mn. Walter Aleaader grandhttor.M>.aadMn.ArttarC>*l-y.Mlected to aerve u tto 13th birtbdiy Saturday at t h e a naidnt ten for tt yean Preaident's peraoul honor guard homeof Mr. aad Mn. Walter parents, M/lgt. and Mn. Charles Trotter of Eatontown. Scarle, are stationed ta Quarry auperiateadat of tto Pru- Tto funeral w u held Mndty and to perform ceremonial tcHeights, Panama. . tl lift Ianmea Co., Suten i the William S. Anderson Fu- tMtwi at high-level functions ta RocMQitn, PaVat Avc, who ( a party for tto tint birthday af bland, far away yaan, retiring neral Home, Red Bank. Rev. the Washington, D. C. a m . their a n , Keat. Prtaent w e r e BUS TRIP SET Dominic A, Turtora ot St An- Jones, a member of the In-Mr. and Mn. Jota Aadnukie•unrhrmg Mrs thony'i Catholic Church, Red fantry't Company B. entered tto wics, Mr. tad Mn. Harold Me* BELFORD - Tto Ladles' Auxiliary af Independent Fire ComCarrie _ r; t Bank, officiated. Burial w u ta Army to November IMg and reCruet, d r r , Theresa aad ceived buic tnlning tt Fort Mn. Shirley Ml! and Mies Mad- pany wOl take a but trip to At- ^ an, Walter A. Alennder of Stat Mt. Olivet Cemetery. 'antic City. Tto auxiliary recentJsckton, I. C. n Ialand; a n t gnadchlldren, M ! • PROMT BTMRT eline Gallagher. M Mr. a ai iM M r t .• donated Of to tto ftoimn'i Tto M-yur-oM toldier to tto tad four g n a t gnuMchildrea MCHELE Y. BINACO —* --••-• far ta Booflton. A ' Itrvton w a n toli Winnday RIVER PLAZA - M l c h e l t a n of Mre. Earline Spudlt, 4M Mn. Mae Page and Mr. aad Mn Pine Brook Rd., Eatoatowa, N J Ftoyd PenJa, Mn* Paul D t a y wu pneuted to tto firemen for at t t o Wordn Fuaaral " Yvette B l n a c o , 34-year-old i new aim. Rtv. aad a n , Paul, af Newark. daughter of Michael and- Marpastor af t t o Pint Pretbyteritn guerite Ouellette Binaco, 31 DaHURT IN ACCIDENT . •ILK REAPPOINTED - - a Bank, officiated. vit La., died Tuesday at Mon- MARLBORO TOWNSHIP - EsFRANK M A M . A new, modtn runeral tome aad ehaptl is now under con* ATTEND! SUMMER SCHOOL ATLANTIC CITY - Louis Silk, 1M Ravine Drlv«, Burial M I at Moravian Ceme- mouth Medical Center after sex L. Fenn, Spring Valley Rd.. Matawan. N.- J. atruettoa for your comfort and convaniaace. Your BORDENTOWN - Edwin M -ong Branch, his been reaptery, New Dorp, Staten Iiltnd long illneaa. Morganville, w u injured slightly 3ond, 3d, •son of Mr. and Mrs olnted tute service officer for Malawa will to eased during thii period u considerately and She wai born in Red Bank Thursday of last week when hi; Edwin M. Bond, South Shrew: MMO for the Army and Navy JAMES J. DENNING Betides her parents she li sur-car turned over on Texat Rd., jury Dr., Rumson, it one of th Jnlon, U. S. A. Mr. Silk alto K«vlmrt. N. J affldeatly u ia tto put HAZLET - Jtmea J. Denning vived by two brothers, M. Blair apparently out of control. Mr Karkut, Kantor A Burnt, vu named head of the NewMturi. Broad Sinai, i ii, of I Oakwood Dr. died Satur- Binaco and Dennis J. Blnaco, at Fenn wai taken to Riverview Hot IS students at Bordentown 'Mil; ersey Veterans Service Depart' 41 Keyiwrl, N. I. . \ try Initltute'i 34th annual sum Riverview Hoapital. home, and her maternal grand- pltal by the Morganville F l r t t ner school session which begar lent for the coming year. July a . go. Auf. t, i i \ a Born ta Newark, Mr, Denning mother, Mn. Albina Ouellette, Aid Squad. Ht w u treated for July 5 and will continue for al;: possible concussion, ihbck a n d ton of tto lato Jamu West Orange.. weeks. Edwin is a member of J. and Anna O'Mallty Denning. Prayer services were held thii eye, chest and facial cult. A cire- the freshman clan. He w u a veteran of World War morning at the Worden.. Funeral lest driving summons w u issued Home. Migr. Salvitore DiLoren by Trooper George Muccl. I, Everett Surviving are hia wife, Mary to, pastor of St. Anthony's Catlv am often happy mtmorlet—making the IN NEW YORK STATE Wtberiki Denning; one son, Miotic Church, officiated. Burial Luncheon guestt of Mr. nnd t of f future f hopts "HOME FOR FUNERAL!" p chtel Denning, tt home; one w u in Mt. Olivet Cemetery. HAZLgT - Mr. and Mrs. John Mrs. Norman Vtn Em berg Sat pastt a treuuiy brother, Anthony J. Denning, RoT. Hoffmann and family of Pctch arday were Patrick Zinzi and Help you makt thtte mtmorltt livt in t bttutlful, perten'aliitd monumtnt. PATRICK J. DORAN One of the county'i most modern funertl sclle: and a slater. Mm. William Dr. have returned from a week's daughters Jean and Patricia of Visit our ditplty and let ut J. Delaney, Springfield. ATLANTIC CITY — Patrick J. stay in Coxsicicie, N.Y.,' where Irvington. homei with k completely home-like itmosphcre. help you without obligation. A high requiem mass wan of-Doran, 88, police chief here from they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Miss Verlie Sobol of Irvington "Wt only part Ht mttt tgtln: fered yesterday In St, Joseph's 1924 to 1932, died Friday In At-Herbert KronsberR, While there is spending a week is guest of CAT IN BROAD STREET EATONTOWN the Hoffmann family visited Miss Mary toy Van EmberK. Catholic Church, Keyport. by Rev lantic City Hospital. JOHN VAN KIRK k LIBERTY 3-NM Cornelius J. 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Man's summar and yaar«round slacks, wara 6.95 to 45.00

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MM.

12.90 f a 41.90

~.—..—..4.90 f» 29.90 ......

..

J83.9O f » 12f.00

Man's whrta and broken sin colorad shirts, wara 4.00 to 10.95

...1.99 f » 4.99

Man's sport shirts, wara 3.95 to 25.00

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Boys' and Young Man's odd suits, wara 29.95 to 49.95 .......

...........1M0

Boys' and Young Man's sport coats, wara 7.95 to 29.95

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Boys' and Young Man's swim trunks and shorts, wara 2.95 to 8.95

I MMN.H

T«U> rundi

.—1.99 ft) 4.90

Boys' and Young Man's sport shirts, wara 2.95 to 4.95 .—

1.99 f » $.99

Boys' ivy strip*, plaid and solid caps, wara 2.50

.....—.....1J9

, Woman's shirts and blousas, wara 6.50 to 9.98

l

.4.90 fa 24.90

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~—....2.99 f» 4.99

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Woman's spring and summar skirts, wara 6.98 to 14.98 ...

ill ItovMU. Bal.nc D m m l n U COMTARATIV.* MVBNUB

. AND Mjari.iiH VHT V.»r UM

OHratlni aurplui B»l*nc« Juiuary 1 ttUMMan off R«iu JTrn Olh.r U«n Rmu ...._....._Z!irZ 5Tie.llai»ou«—from 3,4M.w fiill Total .» Mt,n»M • (Aecural Bull) atrrle. Total aumlu* Balanca 0llt>nti No Mn. Joaa H. •rotdrkk. Mr. Mn.JoaajkLawtD.Mr. Md Mn. JMB W, aad . Jr., llln.Ma awaadil Rayl lOaartal

RED BANK SALE DAYS MEN'S CLOTHING

tort* and W««l Trapkalt Mn. ManHa Wath M . Wo*r Trafkali Mr. mmftjf •natwkk; Dr. Amtft MorrtoM. Mr. aai Mn. immar an4.IUf.ular Saert C M H Mr. . Mr. aai Mn. A. J.ftahacfc,aai iarry Wash • « . Wtar Swamar Swatt Hdft. MMdMowa; Mr. aad Mn.Nack, N.Y. SPECIAL: D. J. CaMar. Jr.. HMM; Mr. ANMVERIARY FAMY aad Mn. 0. i. Oahrta, Belford. Mr. aad Mn. W. Stlmpaoa FORT MONMOUTH - Tko LaBrown. Jr., Mr. aad Mn. Rob-dim' Aasiliafy of tkoflracomcrt PtttefiM ind Mr.ttMMn* ty wU hold Ms aaaivanary •or Aug. II at mo DrMmwd. Robort Edmuadt. Uttle SUvtr Mr. aai Mn. Dwtor Kobiaaaa lotBrlaDt-nwrowUlboatrlcky Straw HaH amMtaa Im Itt Haw fkife aad Mr. aad Mn. Richard Baha- *U_I .TM PmViy 11 lammtmmmlmW NplMawvT m art, nnwibary; Mr. aad Mn.fin! Start ShirH • Half Siawa a braakfatt m: William Hoaktoa, Mr. aad Mn. wood party to Opabar, *M D. ttapto. Mr. aad Mn. mtaatnl a Nova-bar. ^

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"MID" Fb ami 1 1 9 INSECT WHO! 1

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fatty-O-Candles'

25.98

Camd'a hair for die lasndona aoftaeaa gab of all agaa find ao delightful, plna wool to take everyday wear and tear from the younger aet. Camel, red and navy to ebooae from at the loweat price*

wind and water waMant nylons • o i eottont In «»«ry popular otter a n i rtyl*. All top quality, wall known brandi. Blur 9 to •* and Infantt' bootyklni H I XL. ever.

RED BANK

YOUTH CENTER 20 BROADST. OfIN FRIDAY 'TIL 9

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Swim Trunhi • all ttyl«i immm-wtamT Rtttlatt ^amja^awfwawi

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ALL SALES FINAL •Fanaa

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We Carry a Complete Una of

Similar value$ at

MI00UTOWN

.

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YOUTH CINTIIt

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Shopping Center Hwy, 35 19 IROAD ST.

OPM TUM., Thur., Fri. 'Ml ».

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Opon Friday Till • P. MLoad* of h'rve and Eaiy

Parking til

to Use Classified Display.

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129.95 19.95

Matching Arm ChainforAbove Sofa. Foan Seata and Bade* ...» ~

49.95

39.00

100* Foam Rubber LoungeMee by WroogkmtMer. Com,. p k a wtth ( « Bolstere !.ISii..........,._.

89.95

59.00

Itrh; AjHriew Wing Sotaa by Cenover in AWMMOT Fahfka. H*aJ_TW CoU Spring.. Webbed Bottom*. ... t Fata* Rabb3& M t,lo M „ _ ! ! _

219.00

149.00

SMS

49*95

239.00

119.00.

French Provincial Club Chair by Conover. Covered in Row Tapeetiv. Hand Tied Coil Spring! praa Webbed

94.00

49.00

Many other Lawam Style — Modern — Contemporary — French Provincial — Early American Sofa* and Chain greatly reduced.

SAVE 110.00

POISf OROUP IY KROgHUR MOULAI MKI Ut.00

Rao,. Bachelor'* Chert*, Hand Lacquered, by Vaughn. In Decorator* Colon. Limited Quantity — Solid Rock Maple Bunk Red*,,19", Complete with Famous Sealv Bunkies. For this sale only. Limit 2 sets to S P c Bedroom Suite consisting of Double Dresser — Shadow Box Mirror — Full Size Bookcase Bed with Electric Outlet. Shown in White and Gold Tabl* Lamps, shown in Early American — Modern — Traditional — French Provincial and Italian Provincial Tabka in Early American — Modern - Traditional...... '

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poplins, whito, postols, prints

wor* up to 14.95 wort up to 1 0 . 9 5 — .

-

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wtro up to 29.95 ...^...................17.90

SKIRTS

chinos, ti*«prints, cKtckt, plaids Harburt'f, wor* 10.91 and 12.91 4.90 parma plaat, wara IO*9f ..^—— ^»90 wara up to 7.9S ~ — 4.90 wara up to 5.98 . .—..... 3.90

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S H O R T S *'*" *'*^'< •*'•**• **rp—**, madVas importod Italians, woro to 10.91 7.90 Harburt'f, wara up to 7.90.. . 5 . 9 0 woro up to 5.98 . ........ 3.90

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HNAL SUMMIR CLIARANCI Va OR MORE OW ORIGINAL PRICES

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wort up to 39.95

S U I T S woihoblo docrom, solid colors, prints

KBVPOItT - VmttdhwHOI isvlaw aad danahiar. Mr. aad Mn towman wUI taataU a meviai WUIiam Ch*tm*k, McLean St. deer target at tha Bean St. 'Mn. Caadirick aad chlldna. ige. ThsJMIeto* d»*r model I John, Paul aat Ha>, ratsnad •J* ha prapeBlad 1& A flfVHI 'to HoDnfc* with ' apssd along a w i natratcnad bo-

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YOPPRRS oH wool, linod, whtto ono1 eolors

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SHORTY PAJAMAS

;.......;........1M0

w«r* up to 49.95 ......~...~.......^.Jt.9O

Oortld CaulflaM. Uaiea Beach, aad Mr*. Joha tarry, hurg.

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.... ..... ...14.90

war* up to 39.95

aad sea Mehy af I Ohio, spent the past Mn. Laura Una* aad Hubert Monte AvtVJ.and also vMtad ofMr. aad Mn. Fraads KMchofNewMownouth. Mn. Dora Barasa, MorrisAv*..

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159.00 119.00

Dean — Drop Leaf Tables — Occasional Chain —' Boudoir Chairs—Brass Decorative Furniture by Koch. in selected colon. Ona James Lees All Wool 9x12 Rugs in : to a customer. Waffle Rug Cushioning by Otite

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add lot af vataneas, war* up fo 7.00

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KNOW YOUR GOVERNMENT

RED

BANK SALE DAYS

OUTDOOR BRAZIER IGNITI- H B

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Fish Dish Is Rainy-Day Special

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DtotfayottMaWpi awrtag to Couaty, aMCMBtoUw a coaato Itvwi n Crepe Kills, Statrn laiaai. Capt. Idiahl tmlataalC haa bam employed by Sooony for 31 yean.

ALL SALES FTNAL-NO REFUNDS

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PAIR MAVEH-Ito riM M the stMtsty of Ill-east totntajMtki ak River

Mr. Mrtodtaen stated that tto pfsviswns a n no kmger n lt-/ea« aince tto kwubsat at emmed; nouest-4t now tacated •Mtti*. the jwitdictiM of tto • ii • • • > L

HAZLET-Mr. and Mn. Joseph was elected vice chairmu. Col. MunrynaU. M Knoll Ter., • Chester R. Haig, secretary; Althe Vm iMaaciptog contest es fred C. Gopel, essistat* secretorcd by Ike Meat RennMicaa tary, and Harry C. Barnard, Club of RaritM Township. treasurer. Mr. tad Mn. Musiyadki, per Elected to me Adviser-/ Botrd tats of a tar-yeer-old son. Jowere: •cph, Jr., and former residents To serve uatU IM: Bamtsy E. of Eatt Orange, have lived ia CamtMck, Fred Limaard. Htdet two aad a half yean ert F. Wordea. M n The second and third place Rutgers. Mn. Aaae Lewie, Edawards were pneeated, respec- ward H. Cenwty, Sr., aad Waltively, to Mr. aad Mn. Charlca lace A. Magiaa. Hew of U Cornell Dr.. aad Mr. To serve until M l : Mn. and Mm. Arnold Cherobiao af • nun C. Vanltwogan. aal^^^-^a-^kX^^ i n a Eabt*takaaa>alMlai •RfeaVMa •VnaaSaVaaWfW J f W , I I U M W M B W C ••»» Grimm. Jr., Alfred C. . tioa wot givM It Mn. Julia A. William A. Flnkr. Harry C. Wtrtl af 1 Wagon Rd. B U M * HtrtM MiBwtrd, Cat. Tte priiintilliss w e n nu R. Ktlg and J. Bovorty by Fred Irensa. pneideat of Ho dub.

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SUAAMER CLEARANCE SALE F S E G U U S T A N WOOL CARPET $Q95

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Rama, 12 South Suanycrest Dr.. * * Sttvar; Mra. Wlttlan M Washiaglaa Aw. Leoaardo; Robert Scharlach, 41 St., River Plaza: Steve TMU. « Bee- tawaav Mra. Matthew Theea. I

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359,00 4-pc. Limed Oak Bedroom 224.00 Odd Beds, all styles, the%, finishes. Vals. to 79.00 9.9S, . 14.91, 33.00 27.90 19.00 Dressers, Chests

•9.50 Hotel Special Innoraprlng Mattress ..„ 32.90 40.50 Gold Medal Custom . . . , ; Built Mattress 24.91 1M.00 Foem Rubber Mattress mmmm It 10" High.Box Spring I t . f l •9.50 Simmons "Body Guard" '._ „

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SAMMY KAYE

fOt CHILMIN AND AOIfLTS.

NtlMIN'S AND AUXIUARY NIGHT TUU., JULY 21

SAMMY KAYE and his orchestra

NMT AID SQUAD THURSDAY. JULY 30

CONTRIBUTING MERCHANTS • a y i t o n Hardware Lamr'a M ' •aythor* Btoti—M RathlNHM'i G a r a i * Holmdtl Heating * Supply Straub Motor, Kaamburg Appllanea W. D. Swartut Keyport Hirdwirc W. S. Wallace Waihlnglon', Aulo Service

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Sensationally New L o w e r Food Prices

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Ethel Knsuss Dress Shop

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M I N i m MAIIVS PROZIN

6 OB. coil ./m - t o .

A cake aale will be held flatur day m frost of tha Grand Union M m by tha Ladies' Auxiliary ol me East Xsaasburg P i n t AM Atudtory. Mrs. Alfred rrencbmaa was hostess at tha meetini July 14. Mrs. DonaM Youag d tha next aoateai.

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CHARCOAL

I many wewars

"Nylons," N l P.O. Box No. 3489. i»tiltnlilBtitait, Pa. r i m i im * w ri r < r aH). I mdoaa 11.00 and two fteriinf fl-Jt spout asals for«schaet.CU«l*tiMiiidl«nftb.- 9 9H 10 10^ 11 Short Medium Long Name.

City.

PATIO BLOCK N U 2" THICK •»

VfikKjt GonUn Cmttr 24 Cherry Trte Perm Rd. NIW MOMMOUTH

AddreM. .Zone

State.

Offrr expire March 31, 1960. Void where taxed or |irohil)ilnil hy Inw,.

BA.

Mr. and Mra. Harmoa Aaderm of Utica. N.Y., a n several daya this week with Mr. aad Mra. NsJeoa Raub. Mra. John Mwtm of MiddMowa. N.Y

tavnoida ••••» two waaha than Mr. .aad Mra. Afcart Fautael aid children of Essex St. recent ly spent two days in thsCatikills, visited the atate animal farm, and toured other cities la New York

What • fatwlMM oooa-taHrffcttana tabJoa olhrl

1*

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Tha aavinfa a n ponibla baeauaa tha atoddnpi a n nMflad dimtly toyoutnm Italy. Thay'n rWl-taahienad 61 gaufa, IS daniar nylena in tha popular dawri'bain tone. And thay coma in half aina: 9 to 11. Plsaae act now to gat your nylona while the offer laato, Just buy two package! of Sterling Salt; • attach both apout teals and $1.00 to tho coupon at right . . . fit in and mail as directed. It'a that aimple. (Allow 4 to 5 weeks for delivery.)

PEARS

I • daaea am»arnw at t h rch he*. Mr, H I Kajfaaidi a n at Ir. aad Mra. RoyaoMs '•airSdwaddteiaaaitenaryto-

Wmiam lUyaolda. William Bast h w Birch uA Hugh aad WBHam XayaoMi of Poet MS attend1 aolliptortrWHi

value! Stockings Du Pont Nylon come direct from famous Italian hosiery mill!

CALIFORNIA BARTLETT

SUMMIP. HOURS: Daily «:lMi Thurs., Frl. to •

CLOSID TUISDAYS

A

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20-95 5 SOLD ELSEWHERE 99c

ALL FLAVORS

Is I m * 4 ft | * n oi lafti

W I R t s n v i THI RMHT TO LIMIT QUAMTTTia WHIU THIY VAST!

HOLLYWOOD

SHOP-A-RAMA Oothurst

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TO-SCHOOL DRESSES

PREVIEW SAVINGS!

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1 H U M E * STYLES. EASYCAKMBRKS, FALLOUR8

NATtOftAUY

SHEET

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1 H CANOLEWICIf iltaUALiTY! FAMOUS

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«i tjr MeDaMM, Mn. SMt Miate, Mn. Moaka Uaahim. Mn. KMfawow T t m n and Mn. turn B. tatth. Jr.

14.

2.49 BOYS'!1SNHIUIVY!

It R. mimW TMLE AM KNCKS wuuait.fi

UME SUE METAL UNO t W M 4 U*H . Ctarai C*aa»y.

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JELLO GELATIN DESSERT

CAMPBELLS PORK & BEANS u

•t Mr. a rd Mn. Umat h Aa> •NM| CAN an»t MNWM Mt% M B M P r i d / « andd dN«V Mn.P«friBMd/or«M d V tar, LuaMa, t M Girt; M i n n Lillian «Mt BUiaMh Venvwdiaa and Edaa Nawman, BrooWyn; Mr. and Mn. Joha Wilam. Maadowbrook, !>•., Mr. and M r i . Chart* furry. Montclalr; M n . John OtiUt, Naw York City: Hantf PhllUpt, Balnoat. Calif., aad Mn. Harry Onflow, Mn. Oaiknr Valmtlna and MIM Catharine Oulow, Janay City. MARTY MBYBM IS U NEW IHREWSBURV — Marty Meyen, ion of Mr. and Mn. 0. W. Meycn, Leland Ter, celebrated hli 13th blrthdiy Saturday night at a barbecue. Gueiti were Roberta Mitchell, Judy Wilde, -Nnncy BHIIIy, Honey Baer, Eileen Crewy, Vicky Clifford, Michael Mt>yori, Bunky Baer, William Bordeu, Gordon Bartlo and Keith Mart, t, .
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signed by Mica Cast W U U M lattias , Police said tha disorderly caav |slaiatj»aa jlgasd after Mr. Bas>

CVSs^BawfJr HMBB/PIIS *BHr

starts tram the aseaugh to Afr DM

90 IS OU>. A W 0 1 * WE A f t t I W . ^ —TO HAVE A SUCCESSFUL SALE YOU HAVE TO 6iVE 9 0 0 0 VALUES, AND THAT IS PRECISELY WHAT WE ARE D O N * . AUGUST IS OUR TIME TO CLEAR AS MANY SAMPLES OfF OUR FLOORS AS POSSIBLE. LOOK AT THE PRICES IELOW AND YOU WILL KNOW THAT WE'RE MOTFOOUN©!

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a « paM a tetsl af M

will l a w to bt

WHILE THEY LAST!

P W mm mumn vm n M W

Joha Yedeask. Newark, paid at has casiracts Jsr porteds up M a a each of two couats af as +m yean, a m i l ' i l the oast H the W M M fees ft*a I I M pro- lof opsrattag oa Sunday 1 Faying I I I esch for

CHAIRS

attracted JotaSSaeky to took Kristoff, W Alptae I t , Perth Aaboy; JOBS UaaHae, UaJoa, tor tewa* cattlag'servica a e x l •ad Plrmlao Lourerlo aad lev •spa SUva, bath of Nswark.

CBMRHOO • • a NavMOiM OaM OB flMBO • • • M p ^0""lv fMHOle' Hal OBk/ 01 ^B^a^^^^h

9

VALUE $100.00



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VALUE $500.00

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;tnctfag far the work. Ha said priced Jar o n aala aaly.

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IN HONORAILf PUCE

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AM0N6MANY

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20% REOUCTrONSt TVs Board delayed dedstoa oa

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VALUE $319.00

NOW^SO"11

VALUE $100.00

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VALUf $21*00

VALUE $79.00

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VALUE $48.00 w R a W QB^VVWVOBJ •0Wa18l, | 1 « 8 P •

BIcGowan Heads Guard Bureau

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waraa • aa» sjsuqr'inaaa saane.

NOW

VALUt $289.00 ltni.

WAaWNOTON (AP) - Ma). OaB.OaMMW.MeaowaaofNtw ffMHo

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JBass^s^^kJ sW a^aW ^a^Allisa Jh^^^kSk a W l s ^ ^

SUMMER FURNITURF l a^a^i

WBW annHal ^ W

DINING ROOM

VAUIE $I4«.OO

tta ntk ddat af ttt

of tta flaast • "i * M N IBB^IBBB> W CMlfB MM IBBV MM

Qaa. MoQowaa, who has b a n baad of tha AnayDhrWon of the Oawd BanaVi BMvtd ap to the « p paHdoa altar tha ntinm«*j at Maj. Gaa. Edgar C. Eridwoo. As chiaf of dw bureau. Gen. MoOowaawUt sarva both tba Anqr aad Air Potea aacrataiia)

$

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la bail World Wan look tha la a CBNBMagr M d hi tat

VALUE $900.00

VALUE $91.00

^BLB^B^BBja

AiHUfposs lawn tvt sat •. •. •. sMttM seme M ass B cwa tm CBSUS . . . wiuugni i n a ss i u i f w ™ w

NOMTAKE CHINA

fbrish r T . ideal for m aw for patto ptdo or orm bnm O M. ,. . asmpla sutta i *

PstteniIli>*traUdbDa> wool — t u t many patterns Osa. MoOema. a saliva of Or•kfA HJ, «m to •» ottt nooth. in the delkate grace and cd. • a atarHd Ms military career as orinajs of the Orient. • bay of H whea he aallstad la sa Htm Jersey Guud and served Four — 149.95 patterns a tba Maricsa boAer la I I M . reduced to 139.95. Similar Us toagBt with the » t h Diviilon p> Fraaea tfartag World War I 20% reductions on four —

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VALUE $109.00 nOaWwDOwi B8J0

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with mattress, box apttag, a l l woven nstunu cane inserts . . .

NOW *59*°°

VALUE $79.00

AND SATURDAY, JULY 2 1 An extraordinary oppor> tunkjr to pick op an extra • a Mtt Armored Dtvtslon of the set of ditfaes Mew Jersey Guard. — snd to ihop other reductiom in all departmentt, kfJODLETOWN - Mrs. John laBuda, 1 Gsry Dr., gave a sur- even to speciala in Billsnffise stark shower Isst Ihursdsy tine*s Basement' for Mrs. Joseph Quaenan, • Gary Or. Quarts wan Mrs. John Hsrjia. Mrs. J . D. DUley. Mrs. Jodsph. Cordray, Mrs. Wlllism ihNtotf, Mrs. James Keating, RED IANK Mrs. Frank KUiaa, Mrs. Joseph Morgan. Mrs. Henry SonnenfeM, SHsdyiide 7-4*00 Mrs. FredNemen and Mrs.OPEN FRIDAYS UNTIL •• MiNB DODMII*

VAUUE $49.50

GRAMAN'S PNONI SH 7-M2I

AUTHORIZED HOOVER—SALES AND SERVICE NEW AND REIUILT CLEANERS • RIPAIRS ON • GE • HOOVER . ELECTROLUX, ate. IRONS • VACUUMS - TOASTERS PERCOLATORS. MIXERS, etc. PARTS FOR:

now

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VALUE $10.95

VALUE $11.95

FREE PARKING OPPOSITE STORE

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