Belford Clam Digger Wins 49,618 on TV MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP -William -William Fitterer, a professional clam digger, is scheduled to return to television tomorrow to see if he can increase his good fortune fortune on "The Price Is Right" (8:30 p.m., Ch. 4). Mr. Fitterer, who lives at 269 Church St., Belford, is already assured of plying bis trade in style this spring in the 23-foot 23-foot 23-foot mahogany power boat be won on the show last week. It s a far cry from the wooden rowboat he has used up to now. Mrs. Fitterer said the boat is to be delivered within 45 days. "I'll be the king of the clam- clam- mers," , Mr. Fitterer exclaimed when told by Bill Cullen. the show's emcee, that he had come closer than the other three amateur panelists to the exact price in the competitive bidding for the craft. v - Also Wins Furniture Mr. Fitterer also won a fully equipped den and playroom. His winnings so far total $9,618. The clam digger's wife and five children share his excitement. 'He's always wanted a boat like it" Mrs. Fitterer said. Mr. Fitterer, himself, has too busy lately to think much about his success. Last week he worked almost round the clock helping evacuation and mop up' operations in the storm-struck storm-struck storm-struck Bayshore area. "He's just in to eat and then out again," his wife said. : loft imm Tf en ABBS1 I MORNING HOURS: - Man.. Wed., Than., Frl., Sal., Sun. A Holidajra 10 A.M. - NOON AFTERNON HOURS: Tun., Thuri., Frl. and Knty Saturday, Sunday Holiday! i:.HO P.M. . 5 P.M. EVENING HOURS: Ery Evonlnr 8:30 P.M. 11 F.M. Saturday Beginners' Class 9 A.M. - 10 A.M. 1.75 Inri. AdmlMlon and lesson Dane Class Every Wednesday Sat. 6:1S P.M. to 8:15 P.M. vm-iv vm-iv vm-iv tc GeuaiC'