Eight Win Terms On Coalition For Human Services FREEHOLD Eight persons were elected elected yesterday to two-year two-year two-year terms on the Monmouth Monmouth County Coalition for Human Services. Those elected were Barbara Powers, Holmdel Township, Willis Luster, Keyport, Herbert Frankel, Red Bank, DeLouise Snooke, Little Silver, Joan Sinderman, Fair Haven, Michael Chuse, Tinton Falls, Hattie Williams, Long Branch and James Scales, Neptune. The coalition is made up of 30 members, 15 appointed to three-year three-year three-year terms by the Mon mouth County Board of Freeholders and 15 elected to two-year two-year two-year terms by county residents, residents, Benjamin Benton, coalition administrator administrator said. Benton said approximately 50 persons voted in the election and there were no contests contests for any of the two-year two-year two-year seats. He said three seats were still available on the coal-tion coal-tion coal-tion and county residents interested in serving serving on the panel should submit resumes. The coalition, a citizens advisory group, was formed to assist officials in deciding how human services monies should be spent. Benton said human services' funds include include those alloted to Planned Parenthood and care centers.