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He worked with her husband at a sheet metal plant, and she was friends with his wife. in Ocean City having breakfast at the Somers Point Diner, 8 Mac Arthur Blvd, Somers Point, NJ before heading north and routinely towed.Clothing and bra pushed up around victim's neck, nude to the waist, lying on her back. Only one thousand daggers made and sold at the Jordanian Pavilion Worlds Fair or in New York City at the House of Jordan store on 38th Street and Third Avenue and the Acropolis 44th Street and Eighth Avenue. Baker was wearing pink sweater, brown pants and three-quarter length green suede jacket and glasses. Dressed in what appeared to be a white uniform, had no shoes or stockings on, a pink girdle wrapped around her right ankle.May 14, 1966 Found in water south branch Metedeconk River near Cook's Bridge, Jackson Township. Wearing panties which did not appear to be disturbed. Worked at Milt’s Cup and Saucer, 174 Maplewood in a restaurant.Bodies discovered at pm by nine-year-old nephew visiting. left home from 612 Florida Grove Road, Perth Amboy, to visit girlfriend. Edison Township, Middlesex County/Jackson Township, Ocean County, NJ.Bodies removed from the scene by funeral home by pm. 3-34 Saddle River Road, Fair Lawn, Bergen County, NJ Cause of death: double skull fracture with a blunt object to left and right side of head. Purse with personal items and papers found by side of road. Last seen at the Delaney-Dunlap housing projects near her home. Cause of death: multiple skull fractures and lacerations.