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Franklin News’recorD

¯Franklin’s oldest COmmunity Newspaper .,

Vol. 21, No. 33 Two sections, 22 psges Phone 725.3300 Thursday, August 14,1975

Second class posLage paid at Princeton, N.J. 08540 $4.50/Year, 15 Cents/Copy

R More errors

’,.ouncii Fears plea uncovered

to reject legal bills

hy Ih’lan Wood pahlic funds," he told the eight Council hetwcen the FTA and the dlamber of

Managing Editor

members there, "I can’t see how any of commerce.

you could face a taxpayer and de{ned Mr. Eekardt contends that no one has

the payment of those fees."

every determined whether Mr, Wise

(~ For Franklin almost Taxpayers an hour Tuesday Association night

was acting in the scope of his public

President George Eckardt had a captive TIlE LEGAl. BILI.S cam e from a trial duties by taping the meeting and

andience -- the.Township Council. between the taxpayers and former whether the council was serving the

lu a mostly quiet discussion, he made councilman Richard Driver, former public interest by sending him there.

his point clear to the council; they have township attorney Stanley Cutler,

a moral obligation to refuse payment of former township ml/nager Charles INAl)DITION,the toxPayers president

legal tees for former and present Burger, present assistant manager John maintains that the former council acted

township officials involved in the Wise and tax assessor Roger Payne. illegally when it voted to pay for the

lengtby suit with the taxpayers group. Mr. Payne was sued for alleged legal fees on the advice of Mr, Cutler,

Otherwise, lie willsue each and every irregularities in a town-wide who .was township lawyer and a

person on the council that votes to pay reessessment and the rest were sued for defendent in the case at the same time.

the fees, should such a motion carry. an alleged invasion of privacy when Mr. DriP, or and two other council

"You have a respansthility to oversee Mr. Wise tape-recorded a meeting (See CO UNI..:IL, page 8-A)

Lower grades fare better

An analysis of tests administered to FItANKI,IN’S STUI)EN’rS were * Structural analysis.

-’ Franklin students last year by the State compared to those in eommuni ties listed¯ * Word recognition and usage.

Department of Education shows that the in a "District Factor Grouping" and * Organization of ideas.

r " sebool district’s instructional program against those communities labeled * Study skills¯ (Listed as an area of

is stronger in the lower grades than in "Urban-Suburban." In 23 of ilia testing strength.)

the higher grades, although the district categories, this district’s students fared

isn’t sure why.

comparable or hotter than those in the Grade.I Mathematics

That information was released this oth@ districts. In 13 categories, they

week in a summary prepared by Dr. scored below the students in other * Addition.

Richard Jensen, dlrector of instruction, districts.

* Subtraction.

whidl interprets the tests that were Dr. Jensen’s report said "it would * Mnltiplication and division.

given to children throughmjt the state appear that this district continues to * Geometry, measurement and

last November in grades 4, 7 and 10. provide a reasonably good education denominate numbers.

The students were tested in reading when compared with other districts." * Number and operation. (An area of

and math .’skills to help local school In the following estegorios, Franklin slrength.I

districts evaluate their programs, students performed as well or better * Numeration.

provide information to teachers on the then their counterparts:

relative strengths and weaknesses of

GradeTlteadblg

~,.Llhcir,.students and- to- provide:in ................... (;rade.lreading ................

’.: -.. .. ~: :’

r: formation to the State Department of * Structural analysis.

, Education on the degree students are * Phonetic analysis. (Listed as an * Word usa,,e.

mastering basic skills, area of strength.) (See GRADES, page 8-A)

Burnt.out case

Mr, end Mrs, Youof Aqla, of 42 Hswdmrnu Drlva,

wore sahmhlled to return homo yastardny from n

vaoflilnn In Ilungnry tu find their frame homo fluBud

anti many of their valuabloa stolen, 8omellmo early

Run(lay mornlno pollen ballovo tllalvml burglarized the

houeu and 1hen not fifo to It o aovar u i their aa lvlllae,

’ " ’ ’,:.!LJ .

Work out

This group of future football stars is doing calisthenics

behind Franklin High in preparation for the fall Pop

/3

in athletics. I

Superintendent of Schools Dr. Edwl’i

W, Crandell last Thursday night .J

revealed that more errors in thb ’ I

academic and medical records "of

Franklin High School athletes have been

discovered, some as far back as the

1970-71 school year. , .

This June the district reported that 29

athletes were placed on eligibility lists

that were submitted to the New Jersey

State Interscholastic Athletic

Association (NJSIAA) and three permanent

student reeords were altered,

The results of some 40 varsity, junior

varsity and freshman games are ’in

jeopardy because of those errors. The

NJSIAA is scheduled to meet next

month to judge all the cases, /

New investigations revealed that the

district was submitting fake eligibility

lists to [he association since 1970-71,

Which was as far back as the ’in-

Vestigation

.

was ordered by the

superintendent. ..

Also, one ineligible student played On

the varsity baseball team in 1973-74

which may result in the forfeiture-of

games against Hunterdon Central,

Watohung Regional, Greenbrook,

Somerville and Matawan high sehoots.

Since Franklin placed second in the

state finals that year, the school may

have to forfeit that standing also.

Dr. Crandetl’s. investigations have

also showed that there ix no evidence of

.physical examinations for 63 students

that played this year, and 12 football

players did not turn in the required

parental

o

permission slips. According t

the repo’rt, it ix the coach’s responsibility

to make sure those forms are

filed.

The district investigation has found no

evidence to connect the first three eases

of grade alterations with any one

faculty member or student. .

Athletic Director" Kerry Davis was

suspended as a result of the first findings

and he has’since resigned, but tie .:

still teaches at the ~high schoo. The

Board of Education has posted the job

and expects to appoint a new director it)

about two months. . ..

Dr. Crandetl reported that "infallible"

methods for recording athletes

Warner football season. Practice is held every Mondaygrades and filing digiblity lists have

thorughFrldayattheschoolfrom6:30to8:30, bean developed and will be im-

(Cliff Moore photo) plemented.


SGS has principal, two jobs open

The Board of Education Monday night lie wouhl make his recommendations to live over 2 miles from their school and

unanimously voted ta appoint William the hoard and the jobs would be filled by for 9.12 graders that live over lt/z miles

lloward ilia new principal of Sampson the time school starts, George from thclrsdmot.

G, Smith intermediate sehoal. Cleaveland, the high ~hool principal, One mother in the audience said she

lie replaces Si*m Cameron, who left willleave the cad of this month and Ray wotdd leave bet child home if he did not

the school in Jounary on medical leave, Bleiweies, Middlebush Sehool principal, gel a courtesy ride because she did not

For the past year and a half ha has been will leave sometime next month, have a ear and did not want her son

administrative asslstnnt to Snperin. lit other aetlan, the board rescinded’ walking to sehonl.

tendent of Schools Dr, Edwin W, its policy of giving courtesy rides to The hoard also dissolved a policy

Crondell and from 1972 to 74 lie was vice shulonts flint are not entitled to his where tba district li, led to provide free

principal of S.G.S.

transportation undur state law, but live education to students of teachers In this

Mr, IIoward actnully had ta write Ihe atongrautes where partially filled hnaes district that live out of town beea~o

resethtlan for his lippolntmcnt anti poll drive by. tt will affect about 125

Iho henrd on the veto because heard

suehapalleywasolsodeclaredil]egalln

The board refused to approve th’e

renewal of transportation contracts on a

month.to-month basis for all students in

the town that are given rides where the

township pays for the tab, (These are

not courtesy rides.) Board member

Barry Van llouten said ’the resotution .

was supposed to he a compromise

between board members led by Barbara

Franefort and William Zdop who wanted

to end such transportation completely

and others who didn’t want to cut any

more out of next year’s budget and will

slndants. New York, Sbme 7 students are in- call for a referendum next month:to

secretary Fluranee ILamlolph was cat Mr, l,angdan explained that for every voiced,

¯

ralselhonmnoythatwas reeentlycutby

sick. After the vole was Inken, Board mile It)o township earrl~’t a murtasy the.state. ..

PreshLant Ken Langdon Inughed, "You rldur they conld lose state old, and In INOTIIEIt MATI’EIIS roldted to next Mra, Frnncfort and Mr, Zdop

ca1( her he got Ihat count right," some cases It has heon deemed 1 ego. year’s bndget, the I)oard roJeeled repeatedly said they did not helleve Iho

resolution thor was nn attempt to leave eleetorets would approve a referendum

’rllEIfl,~ AItE s’rll,I, two trln- Tlll,] S’I’A’I’I,~’ WILl, provide funds for lho distrlet n "way ant" If voters turn sa tl)oy wanted tn begin trimming the

cil~dships nnfllled, lint Dr, Crandoll 1(.2 shalents that live over l mile from dowo n poaslblo referendum next

assured lira parents In the aadlenee thet IhoLr school, for grode 3-a stndcata Ihat month, . (dca SClIOOLS, page 8.A)

League near petition d eadiine

The I,oegno of Womoll Votore ospooie

In (awe nil the needed signatures hy die

{qld {if this nmntlz th place n roforendtlm

nn Novmnher hx:ni elections na Iho

Isdlol tills fidl,

DImm ilormnn, LWV prosldeat sehl

they wore go(ng Io "pnsh ahand" In Ibo

nexl few weskn 10 e{dleet the necessary

3,(10li HIgnshn’es by So It, fl,

Thn idan Is’npaHed by tiio I,WV Is

Maym’,Cnnncil i~Jlln F, whldt )rnvhlos

for NoVelllhm’ eluethsls tinder pnrty

lahels or a isirtlsan fnrgl (if gnvora.

nloat, I,’rnnklhl eurl’Olltly operates a

,neil.n)Hlsua CmmdI.Manngor t~lnn D

with e]oelhnm hi Msy,

14INItE ’rlll,~ I,l’]AfIUt’] eltilillrkod an

Ils )olllloa drive lhny hnvo boon

crilldzad heavily by m mn Itopabllnans

nllll ltnbm’l r’,hn’wlnnorl(or, of Iho

I,’ranklln Tax |II~OI"s hsaadatlon,

Mr, Mergonhorgor cllarg~l that the

There was evidence Ihet liras hntl ilann apt ell nvor iho i,WV w(~ h’yhig le nval’tllrll Iha I’aeout

house mllQn said, No nrraals heve i)oon medu en far ((01) awaep hi ,hlne~ haaatlHe If file

and on naa hne hans ahle to oarllaOl file Ar0a hlmlIy la

vet(re a |proved ] 11111

i’

tl l law olo~tlaa

were lhonl of WhSl they will flnd when lhoy nmtm wnllhl hn liaaasnal’y

hy Brhnl Wolnl

League members rated to take lip the t071 - 12,472 velars, 8,62(} verdi east, epllonal ehsrter andre’ Iho Faalknur act

Maouglngl,hiBor ixltltlml drive he{ore the council run.off ’ which prey[dad for partisan deetlons

,hlaO Whml no one kaew what tho

May

,sod wards under lhe eonnell.manager

reaulta weald he, ’ form of gnvernntont, ,

Itetubllenns have nbJected to the 1075 ¯ 14,813 voters, ,I,437 votm cdst, The eommll~lon sold Iho qnestlon of

chnnge In elation date Ix~enase Ihoy 11173 ¯ 1,1,571 votera, 6,000 votes cant, x, rtl~en elections sllould be p~It off for

feel local Is.sues wanhl lie clmidod by Ig89 ¯ 12,427 cetera, 5,155 votl~t east, tlle time helng, Sl~o that rol~rt flip

slntonad astlmmlteples, They have also 1987. II,[150 vntore, 5,1164 vat= cnst,

nnx[ yallr In plek II

whole lleW Callnl,’ll,

homo,

Mrs, 11ar1|tna Ima l’aSpnlldad llalt 111o

Fau]kner not has liege amended to In.

xllntod mlt that Frnnklhl Is In a hanvlly,

elado lttleh a eimrtor, :

I)cmoerntle leghlotlvo district, which There have I)OOll run.offs In Ihn last

’,

eaidd lU’ovlde n ount.tlill effect fer leeal tlireo May ele~tlnlle, I)11, IIF,(ICI(POINTI,,~I) Oilt tlllll

l)emoorals, The I~Oliguo feels tlioso rnnnffs are n I,’rnnklln eould ~lnle lip with IIs nwn

’ ’ W Is e f xp ye’s r ( oy anl n i extra form of govornlnmlt, aae dial Is non,

’rile I,EA(IUI,I IIA8 atrossnd In die b ll’ sl li ~a’tY workerit They nlsn ~nrtlsaa,ltas norun.offs wllh alei~tlolilt

lllst Ihat Nnvolal)Or elanllons draw >ollevo t roe 11"1o voters who i[relldy

alhor Ihan Mily er Navenlbor, Iio also

hu’gor ahsre of the reglslel’od eaters r s I ’n t far iron e ¢~ilens I t t le sold II was "lmsslble" Ihat Irranklla

Ihiis Ihey feol Illo ’olleLIoa nnlealne Is yeers Ihlit Ioelil olootlnn~l aro ac, hoduled, canld ele~tlans draw lip hi itolne a dlarler /annth far othor partlsdn thall

inoi’o doinlli’lillo, ~oino IleputllleliliS~ .

laiwover ehihil Iho liirnolit hi I~rnaklla ’liB, EliNEST IIl~(iCl( from tha Navomhor

~m ll~!b i ghor h May Ihaa In i ItOi’e Ualvarslly lilireali nl Govern. I~lther of Iliose nltarnatlva~ rnlght

NuVmilliOr, iitaat ~orvloos~ lilld a apadalht an Iho niitlaly bath Demoarnla and

A ehouk wlih Caunly Clerk l,awrenan Fntllkllor ^et, tha siato llllllUto wlileh Ileptlllllaali~l, ’ . .

(llsan nnd I,’rankllll Clerk Lilde Lalll. geveriis Iho o ioriltlon af really ~l)Oeliil eha ’iora hlivo Io bo iippi’ov0d

lliirde ahawlt Jnsl iho nlpasllo, liiiial~l liillllell, eailflnBli Ihiit iio matter ny a Iwn.lhlrilil vaiaef lho Slato I]annio

Ilesulls franl Ihn hiltt fmlr NaYnlnbOrw tyllO ul geverlimant Frtiiiklln alidAssemlflyaiidlllonthe~,milatfaaoa

aad May oleellulis are iis fallowai valere iil[glil a i irave ali nlo~tlon wnllld Ioealrafarolilhim, Dr, Ilao~k aa t aueh n

’ lie noeetatary lha fnllawhig ~/oiir,

cliahl or aventa c’eilld lllko Illlan~t n yanr

Novninlinr hi 15gll,il I~’rllnldlliTewnslilp eliiirter alidlilliylla!liarothlia.lfl~aloppajlll0.i

slllil~ eolillllllothlll re~allllllallded that ta ltUC]i a plan allaWOtl up In TrOlll(in to

IgT,I ¯ 14 3’,11 vdei’u II 41111 valltl taint, I e’ u k tl hihd It, praitaat ferm Pf. lobby agiilnllt It,

’,.

Ig?;I, I,III71 valerlt 1111(13 valas ciutL glverlinloii ioe lie Ihe ~iimmlsslall ^ragad alx nr ~V.Oll illUaldplllllloa

1 I*/1, 5,11611 Vlgerlt, 11,470 voltil Olllit,. ,riivara 1 Mi y’olo~lloatl I t I iora wlat ila nl)o ’iRa gi i ar ltpOol il a arlorll, :~.

LI."


2-A l’lle Franklin NEWS’RECORD

Go team go

S’ome enthusiastic cheerleaders practice last Friday for Ihe falIP0pWarnerfootballseason.

Lom bardo decision

due tomorrow

(lily Ihiltm’

(!1111,3,’ ANNOUNCEI)

liill }h It, ]qllOl’l~on hllH tKI0tt

}rontolod Io ul Ivf (if II1(I Now

,Iol’s0y I)lVllllltll of Motor

Ytflllclt~ dll’o~lnr John A,

Wltlhllng |on it nllotlnoo(l

I’tl~Olilly, Mr, I)oloraott, ,111 ar

WlllhlAb.ro attoeoatla

Ilaynloutd (], Moekrhlgo

(Cliff Moore photo)

SU B PU B II

66 S: Main St., Manville

Across from the Rustic Mall Shopping Center

Saperior Court Judge Arthur At a hearing last Friday in

Salvatore will decide Trenton tile judge heard OPEN

tomorrow whether the argaments from both sides in

Township’ Council can" fire Ihe

¯,one

case, and then took

Township Clerk Lunic Lom- week

¯

UNDER

to read. Ihe legal.brief. ¯ , :,. -.% ~,

bzti’do legally without giving Vincent laeopino,. Mrs. 7 DAYS AWEEK, 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.’

hqi’ specific reasons. Lombardo’s attorney, argued

that the council could not fire

Faster Service !

her because of a state statute

Local resident Ihat says clerks have three-

GIANT SUBMARINE SANDWICHES

year terms and cannot he fired

appointed to in the middle of one.

Frank Stanley, attorney for

Franklin State

.:

the township, said in his brief

that tile council acted in its

right hccause nf a local or-

6.’uy M. Boltor has heen dinance which sets no specific

appointed an assistant term for the clerk.

secretary el" the Franklin State The attorney said tile

Have a different sandwich each day for over a month.

13a’ok, as aunanneed by bank couunil will not give the 40 Different Combinations to Choose From I

president Anthony D. specific reasons for firing.the

Schoberl. Mr. BoRer is clerk nnless they lose the case.’ CALL 526-1676

m~htager el" compensation and

offices services within gm

Coi~parato Services Division of

Fri nklin State Bank

Mr. P,o tar was previously a

compensation unalyst for

Cbi,’mical Beak, New York,

ani~ salary adminlsh’ator with

the’ Lnmnms Coml)aUy,

A grathlato of lllghland

Park Iligh Sehool and Munmouth

College, loiter has also

attended Falrlelgh Dickinson

University. lie is u U.S. Air

Force veteran. Mr, Bolter is a

menther of tile Lions Ciuh.

Belier rosldas In Franklin

wllh hls wife, Ellen, end tltolr

two chlhlren

HOME REMODELING

¯ ADDMONS

¯ AI,UMINUM TRIM

¯ DORMEI{S

¯ IIASEMi,~NTS

¯ GARAGES

¯ ATTICS

¯ PANELING

¯ SII)EWAI,KS

¯ BATIIROOMS ¯ I}RICK WOIiK

¯ KITCliENS

¯ FII{EIq,ACES

¯ I’~NCLOSEI) I’ORCIIES ¯ FIlIE & STORM DAMA(,E

¯ PATIOS

¯ CEIIJNGS

¯ ROOFING

¯ GUTTERS & LEAI)ERS

¯ ALUMINUM SIDING ¯ ArFrlC STAIRWAYS

¯ SMAI,L IIEI~AIRS & INSURANCE WORK

¯ STORM WINDOWS & i)0()I{S

¯ APAIITMENT C()NVItIISi()NS

I"IiEE ES’I’IM,,I ’I’ES

All id!#ntblng & d~tctrh~ttl wm’k done by licensed nwchmtics

"’/’he Name YOlt /(IfotP ¢111¢i ’rrusl"

Strrvlng All Ct,.tr.I 9’ .Itrrst

, Ihh0.e

J~:~If~9~[ I

Midtllt, sox 96.5510

t Din ¢IECnl<

GENERAL CONTRACTOR

I

Aid availableto those floods kept home

TRENTON -- Persons

displaced from jobs by storms

, and flooding in the 12 counties

that President Ford recently

declared areas are eligible for

special benefits under the

federal Disaster Unemployment

Assistance (DUA)

program and should register

with the nearest local

Unemployment Insurance

Claims Office immediately~

DUA payments are

available to unemployed

workers in Essex,. Morris,

Middlesex, Passaic, Somerset,

Union, Salem,Suseex, Mercer,

Bergen, Burlington and

Cumberland counties.

Joseph A. Iioffmun, Com-’

missioner of the New Jersey

Department of Labor and

Industry, said eligibility extends

to farm workers and

seIPemployed in any of the

disaster areas unable to work

because of the floods and also

individuals wile had finished

schooling or training for work

within t0 weeks prior to the

disaster and prevented from

obtaining jobs as a result.

According to James A.

Ware, Assistant Commissioner

for Income

Security, covered unemployed

workers who are not eligible

. for benefits of at least $72 per

Serving HillsboroUgh g Vicinity

M ELL

UTO BODY

24 HOUR TOWING

Hike Krachun, prop,

Office 369.6121

AMWELL ROAD

Home 359.5533 NESHANIC, N.J. 08853

week under any other week.

unemployment iosurance "This type of program

program may receive DUA should have claims submitted

payments, immedlately.’I am especially

Ware said the weekly DUAconcerned about the South

surance Claims offices are

open Monday to Friday each

week from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

--_

payment will be calculated in Jersey farm area. Eligible

the same manner as weekly persons in that sector should

ardunnts are figured under register with the local UI

New Jersey’s Unemployment office as .soon as possible,"

Compensation Law, but Ware added,

cannot be less than $72 per Local Unemployment In-

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VI N 5


Thursday, August 14, 1975. Thi~ Franklin NEWS’RECORD

Playgrounds aresummer relief

Ms.’Angione is a member of

the Maroon & White Club and

Parents Association of

A group at the Dunham-Lebed playground poses~after roller-skating during Hobo week,

Butgers Preparatory School;

the New York Chapter Bank

Marketing Association and the

Special Bicentennial County

Event Committee of Somerset

County. She is also a member

of the Business & Professional

’,’ours of the printing plant

Wotfien’s Club Inc. of New

whiciz produces this

Brunswick.

Franklin developer newspaper Jn Princeton can be

U.S.D.A. Choice

arranged for small groups on A resideatofFranklin, Ms.

em_L

h d

BONELESS,

¯ ( Angmne Js of the three mother .~... .... _:~.:zi;, :v , ’ [] "

,c arge WITh . . rraua, . ~ ,eL ’ ~_ ,.~, ’ ~enildren.. .,,Top.Round~or ,

Sidoin V.ipeou.d

A Franklin developer was *’ That local roads would be

indicted last Wednesday in paved and maintained by the TlllAVELING...

Ik ,-. I

Newark on fraud and false local township, which actually

pretense charges in congentian

with some hand he sold

in Pneono Township, Pa.

had no intention of doing so.

* That a supposed central

water supply turned out to be

...back to school?

Richard Feinberg, 47, of 47

Shelley Drive was indicted by

a Federal grand Jury in

connection with the operation

of Pooono Itaven Corp., Sea

and Ski Itomes Inc. and Paul

Bunyan Distributors.

Cmtomers who bought some

120 half-acre lots for FI,000 to

$ll,00g eaeh charged that they

Were promised scenic retreats

but instead got rundown

homes near stagnant pools.

wells under eaeh home.

* That a lake with boating

facilities turned out to be a

slageant pond.

Around $672,000 worth of

land was alledgedly sold using

such methods and construction

on $ta0,0~ worth of

houses had taken place.

Assistant O.S. Attorney

Charles J. Welsh said that Mr.

Feinherg could he jailed for

...around the worm ?

Try Somerset County’s oldest

continuous location for travel,

***NO SERVICE CHARGE***

The developer alledgedly

~i(I that recreation facilities

would be provided, but they

five years for each of the 40

muil fraud charges aed five

years for each of thn 40 mail

’turned out to he a 20.foot fraud charges and five years

st uaro pool lined with plastic.

Ot ;er mlsrepresentatlees

for each of four land fraud

charges. Total fines eaahl be

nlledgedly mode were: ~t),000.

BEEFSTEAKS ....

][ __ J . -Thursdays und Fridays. Call . . .,

DESKS

choose from our standard line

by Peggy Roeske fee. "It’s not Just fun and games, who had had experience with

Staff Wrlter Nine of the pla~,ground A summer playground is a children. Theleaders received

areas conducted programs for place for children to learn," .$4.02 an hour, the assistants

A n o t h e r s u m m e r children in Grades 1-5 from 9 said Donna Gassaro, Program $2.79 an hour.

playground program, span- to 12 noon and for youngsters Coordinator. Stoffmembershadtoflllout

sated by the Franklin in Grades G-9 from l to3 p.m. Along with Gregory Pavan, timesheets each day showing

Township Department of The remaining seven areas Assistant Director of the {he activities engaged in and

Parks and Recreation, will ran programs in the mornings Parks and Recreation the number of children pardraw

to a close tomorrow,

only. Department, Ms. Gassaro has licipating. "We have these

Over 400 children hetwenn the

A leader and one assistant conducted staff meetings records in case a parent

ages of five and thirteen have were stationed at each of 13 every Wednesday morning, complains that ’my child

participated at 16 playgrounds, while the three One representative from the didn’t do anything at the

playgrounds, areas with the largest at- staff of each playground was playground,’ ". Ms. Gassaro

.4The playground season tendauee (Ceaerly, MaeAfee supposed to attend, to share explained.

started on June 30 this year,

and PineGrove) had asecond news of activities and This week all the

and ran for seven weeks. In assistant on hand. Also, two problems, and to pick up new playgrounds have been conorder

¯ ¯ playground activities either from a hike and picnic,

somewhat, a different theme a baseball game or fishing.

was set for each week. Last Other special activities

week was Hobo Week. Several included a bike rodeo, a , or design your own~...~

Tops

playgrounds scheduled Hobo waterpislol shootout, a

Plastic laminate tops

Contests, and one group built skateboard contest and a visit

available in black or

a tlobe Scarecrow. Two others to turtle hay zoo. Pet shows,

white in standard sizes.

groups combined to go bowling cookouts and pizza parties

Or, made to order in

any size or color.

in llobo dress.

were also papular in the

The weak before, the theme playgrounds this summer. i~--~.~1 Centerdrawer IIl~.._~-..I "

was Magic. More than one

area held a magic show, and

one followed it with a magic

In addition, last Thursday

Pedestals l!

two buses with 90 people

Choosefromover30 I

picnic (all the food cleverly

aboard, many of them

different units, includln8 I

disappearedD. Another group

staged a carnival for all the

children from the

bookcases, chests,

hinged door and file

r

to be part of the

playgrounds, attended the

"roving" arts and crafts program suggestions, ducting Olympic contests. In neighborhood children, with

cabinets.

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program, ddldreu had to be specialists, Joan Frank "and The 35 leaders and

Mets game against the

some cases one playground games, a magic show and

)!

five years old and to have

Montreal Expos at Shea

Regina Markowski, visited assistants also underwent group has competed against refreshments.

completed Kindergarten. The each playground onge a week, training beforehand. Many another.

The bicentennial also to-

Stadium.

only other requirement was bringing materials and new were college students, while For the first time this year, spired related activities at

Country Workshop ready-to-finish components can be

payment of a $1.50 insurance ideas for handeraft projects, some were teachers or others in an effort to structure some of the playground areas.

combined in many ways to make your desk Space work for

One held a bicentennial craft

you. Or you can choose from our nine standard desks

contest. Another playground

including single or double pedestal models corner desks

was the scene of a bicentennial’

Phyllis Angione

t=~n, for r~n

and hanging desks. All Country Workshop furniture is

costume’ party, where the

quality crafted from solid walnut and white maple. Stop in or

children played games that 260 W. Un!on Ave., Bound Brook, BJ. send 254: for our fully illustrated catalog.

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Children from another WINDBREAKERS

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Phyllis Angione has been

swim and barbecue at their ()rig. SI2.50

Pdnceton, N.J. The Marketplace, Rts. 27 & 518, 08540

appointed an assistant leader’s home leday. Various

(201) 297-]887 Mon,-Sat. 10-5:30, Thurs. & Fri. til

secretary of the Ft’anklin State

groups visited Colonial Park, NOW $7.50

Bank, as announced by hank

president, Anthony D.

Sehoberl. Ms. Angione is

responsible for the advertising,

marketing and

promotional activities of

.Franklin State Bank.

A graduate of New York

schools, Ms. Angione has

attended American Institute of

Banking courses on "Better

Management of Your Human

Assets," and "Marketing and

Public Relations." She is a

graduate of the New Jersey

Bankers Association Public

U.S.D.A. Cho~ce Boneleus Beef

Belations and Marketing

School.

Judge treasurer of FSB

= Thomas II, Judge has hecn has previously served ns

appointed an assistant uctlng inanoger of that office.

treasurer of the Franklin State A graduate of Franklin High

ltsnk, aa announced hy bank Sehaol, Mr, Judge is presently

president, Anthony D. attending Itutgers University,

Sehnhorl, Mr, Jndgo, who was lie Is u U,S, Army veteran,

recently nppolnted branch Mr, Judge rnaldes In North

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’Bus for safeiyis sake’

IIIGIITSTOWN -- Borough Council’s announcement

early this year that it wasn’t

going to lay out the $6,487 needed to prey de

busing for children of residents living within

the mileage zone in whish the school board

wmdd provide transportation. But the impact

{,f Ibc council’s announcement didn’t hit

homo, I,crhapa Imeouse tile school hoard and

council didn’t personally inform the 50

parents. I,’iaolly, Borough Mayor Ernest

Turp sent a letter and Iho parents responded

ot a council meeting last week. Safety was

their plea und council indicated thai a

meeting v,’ould he set up. One parent lold

caancil nlemhers that the $6,000 "is going to

look pretty silly as a saving if one of our kids

gets hit hy u car while crossing Route 130."

Out.of towners complain

~,IANVILI,E -- Ilesldants of two develop.

meals in uaighhoring Ilillsherough Township

are cxpeeted to he md in force at the meeting

of horough council this week. The topic ,hut

will hring fl,em ueross the border to the

meeting is sewer rotes. Manville provides

sowers Io Ihe chveh,pmcnts and has lean

charging $.15 a your per family since 1955.

Now, Iho hm’oagh says the rate shouhl go up

in $120 for the fourth quarter of this year. The

rotlee,,lc fro’ the h~rease is a 470 per cent

hike in uperating casts since 1055. But tim

case may end up bafore Ihe Public Utilities

Comndsslon. A spokesmsn there said last

week that the Pug most likely has

j,,rl~lictlou In tim situation and could hold

Imbllc heurings on 111o rate hike propos l,

T ,o two towns hove hoen emhrolledln fends

over Im|d swaps and sewer servicing In

reccnl months,

Equal pay?

IIII,hSItOR()UGII - IIow sliould $1,1100

tigresses h, stlpomls mid to cone es i e

school system he dlstrlhuted amo,g lho 25

couches? The cuesllon has campoey

st=died In I,ego hd nns hetweea the ~l,ool

I,onrd and represouttatlvos In Ihe

Illllsborongh Edneatlml Association (Ill,A),

Tho hourd’s vlow Is Ihat Ihero wero Iolo I I

Icgd In’ol,lml(K In Ihn dlsirlhutan of lie

wages hetween male am femolo c ueles,

The IIEA qtmrrels wit o Bet ot of

tllsh’lhllle0, hit uthnhilstraihin siu y fo (

Ihul couches or lhu hoys ln,d tllr s I sko a

leunll.I hod iih,i,li elulil work Iouds hill o

I,,un I’UCelved I ~ 105 hilt I(i WOlRall 15110.

Joint assesor to be hired

I’IIINCIGrON - Tho horailtlh iuld laWlish p

hltvU llgrced io hlro a Joint lax assessor, lii, h

gitVOl’lihilt hndlclt ilro Io ,qtnel enalillhll a ’.

dhllnlCoit ulid Ilion ihe lu)rullgh pl,mlt hi IIBO

Iownshlp llSltOltltor Slllal’l Ilnhxon int itg

iiItseHtU)l,, i,’ol’lilpr Iil’(lugh aH~OHBOr Ettward

W,ii’r(itl rollrod lit the end uf ,hlnO, Tho towns

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roc, rpllllon hOllril~ llhillnlllll IXillrll lind lax

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lhP Franklin NEWS’RECORD Thuroday, At~ust 14, 1975 .’ i

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Gellero, Wasllington’s WaS seen and beard and guns wooden bridge over the trains, to continua go toward

,,.we,, ...~..~...r I: mgltory genius and hun, on’ went off so qulek and many M.iilstoneriveratKingston.At their objective, the 70,000

Renional ’~V p’:wel, qwren~’~ |’ courage are recounted In this together that they could not be aoout mid-day on that Jan, 3 pounds sterling and much

,,,pewel i [ I se’lucI IO the "Cockpit or the counted. We presently went we would see the van of ncededstaresatBrunswick, or

~ Revolution" series Columnist down in the collar to keep out Washington’s triumphant retake theroad toihe eft (the

wrap-up ~.J / Ileins ,,as gatlmre’d the first of the way of the shot ...... army moving "from Prin- road is still Ibere past the

1 hand accom, ts or people who "Almost assoonasthe firing cetown. Though exhausted walled grave yard) and atthey

are hapPy; there are

-- l’,.h,cetou (ohclp recreate the and surroandcd by General emiles, ,aughter and cheerful rite Waiehung Mountains.

lllxhllghts of,he news gatherrd by the editors,[,he drmna of that day nearly two Washlngtan’s men --. They banter as they pass; they are

I wlt°essed the hattie °f was°ver°urh°usewns full

lemptt°roachtheseeurlty°f

Decision was made to

slx other newspapers in The Packet Group. Sixteen i centuries ego. brought in with them on their retelling thc beating they had abandon the original ohjeetive

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con;taunt,los in three c,nnties ~re rm.l.red by the set’on * ** shoulders two wounded administered to those haugi)ty of Brunswick for the troops .

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.......h iehhar ........ bined circulmi, n o/ I,y l I a I; It el,is, 8r. Regulars (Brittsh)-’--,one Engltsh regiments, were exhaus ted. T hey had

25.0o0.

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themdiedat31ntheafternoon. Intbecolumnweseeseveral fought for two days and had

As mentioned earlier, - General Washingtan’s men hundred redcoats; captives marched through the night.

detailing of the engagements Iwho) came into our house mostlyof the British 40ih who The column now moves Seniors get bus routes

(],~ /’7

at Trenton and Princeton will were both hungry and thirsty, bad holed up in Nassau Hall. forward, turning sharply to ’ ~--

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he left to others, tlowevcr, Some of them were laughing

SOUTll BRUNSWICK -- A bus will run

One who did not march, the left at the top of the hill.

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before we leave the battle of out right, others smiling and

Mondays, Wednesdays and Friday between 9

however, is Captain William This part of the march is quite A FIRST PERSON accoun, of the ba,tts of Princeton was writlon and passed down to our

Princeton let us look at some not a man among them but

a.m. and 2 p.m. throughout this township to

Leslie, nephew of General we]] described by Captain generation by an elderly men who was most likely watching the.combat from the Thomas

accounts of individuals who showed joy in their counserve

the needs of senior citizens. Mayor

Alexander Leslie who eem- ltodney in that same journal; Olden house which still stands along Rou,e 27.

were there.

Icnancos. - - -"

(Hap He(as, Sr. sketch)

llans ll.ooschmann announced at a com-

mandodat Maidenhead. Lieis --"Our army marched on

mit,co meeting last week that in calls to just

We have found several From Captain Thomas carried in one of the capturedKingstawn then wheeled to the

accounts in diaries and Itadooy’s journal we found

four local business people, pledges totaling

supply wagons. Captain Leslie left and went down the whomhehadordered forward, and in high spirits ..." equivalent of today’s ax-

journals which onnfirm that interesting observations.

$2,450 were received. As of last Thursday,

is fatally wounded and two Milhtoue, keeping that river andi)reakupthebridge, which Let us return to the bridge at pression," They went that a’"

General Washington on Captain Rodney, from

however, only $500 was in township hands.

days later he willbe buried in on our left; the main body of was done and tim enemy were Kingston. After tbe Con- way!" But Corowai]is was

horseback, did rally his troops

The money will support use of practically

Delawarc, commanded the the village cemetery at the Britishfollowed, bat kept

and did place himself in an van. Iris word picture of the

unused Civil Defense van~ owned by the exposed position between the battle was excellent. His

township and stored at the municipal two forces and survived the journal was written almost

hut]died. The bus route will he run until the fire. The account might have daily. The following is an

end of tilts year.

baen considered folk lore in extract from the Jan. 3 entry:

our school histories. It really ~- - Thts is n very pretty little

Victims are charged

did happen.

town on the (New) York road

SOUTIt BRUNSWICK -- The alleged victims

One account is by an elder 12 miles from Trenton the

of a hurglary at a house in Branswiek Acres

citizee who was quite likely in houses are bui t of brick and

were charged rids week hy township police

the Thomas Olden house which are very elegant especially the

with giving police false information during still stands beside Route 27. He college which has 52 rooms in

the investigation of the crime. The charge

wrote, "The battle was plainly it; hut the whole town has been

alleges that Michael and Sheits Ceru]li seen tram our door. Before ravaged and ruined by the

reported $10,200 worth of items stolen from any gun was heard a man was enemy. - - -"

lhdir home. Police allege that the value did

seen to fall and immediately Let us pretend that we are

oat exceed .$500. Police had arrested a 15 and

the report and smoke of a gun again standing beside that

16-year-old hey at their homes and allegedly

recovered the items stolen from the Cerulli

home. The couple awaits a hearing on the

ItECYLE CENTER ItOURS

charge in municipal court.

Back to the voters

The township recycletransfer

center at Gurley

Street and School Avenue is

4:30 p.m.

Paper, cardboard, glass

aluminum, tin and steel may

EASI’ WINDSOR -- Faced with growing

pressuronn space in existing schools, the

regimal hoard of education has decided to

seek voter approval of at least two bond

questions at a Sept. 25 referendum The

open Tuesdays through

Fridays from 12 noon to 8 p.m.

and Saturdays from g a.m. to

he brought to the center as

well as large bulk items¯

Ixmrd wants to buy a 35-acre tract near the

intersection of Etra dn Disbrow Hill Roads in

the eastern portion of the township. Price is The Franklin NEWSRECORD

termed "attractive" by one school board

member, but the amount of the bonds

remains undisclosed. A second question on

Serving Franklin Township

that Sept. 25 ballot will ask voters to approve

sale of $150,000 hands to finance addition of

four classrooms at the Perry L. Drew school

Published avery Thursday at

300 Wid,crspoon St.

Princeton, N.J. 08540

byThe Princeton Paeke,, Inc.

obliged to return. Wc then tinentalarmyhodpassedovcr moreeoucornedaheuthtsgold

Pluckemin. His stone may still on through Kingstown to marched on to a little village Ihc bridge Washington or- and stores at Brunswick. His

be seen there erected by the Brunswick;butonedivisionor of Stone Brook or Somerset dared that bridge to be

Courthouse, about 15 miles

army arrived thereafter mid- i [.~

Continental Doctor Benjamin astrong body of horse,oak the

damaged. The British mode it night; has.,~g marchedall day.

Rush who was a friend of the from Prince,own, where we

roadonthelefto[theMiltstone passable, hmvevcr, andby mid from Trenton- sometimes on : i ,

Captain’s father,

arrived just at dusk. (we can

ood arrived on the hill, at the afternoon were heating up the the double. They, too, were

Standing beside the bridge bridge on the road just as the

find no information as to King’s Highway at a quick exhausted but dispirited. .

we are aware of officers van of the American army

where they crossed the pace-considerably less proud

galloping by and gathering arrived on the opposite side. Milhtooo). About an hour and orderly than when they

Now, instead of holding

around their commander at (this would be the wooden before we arrived here 150 of f’-sl; ~s, dnv~r"~h~i.lgcon

Jersey with a chain of posts

the top ef tbe hill at Kingston. bridge at rocky Hill) I was the enemy from Princeton

Dec. ~.

fromAmboytoTrcntoo, ltowe

The column has halted. We egaincommandiugthcvan nf (remnantsoftho55thandlTlh

One could imagine a Tory

wns foreed back to New York

will learn later a critical the army, and General regiments) and 50 which were sympathizer at the top of the keeping garrisons at Bran.

dedision was made at this Washington, on seeing the stationed there in this town Idll; Irying to be helpful, he swiekandAmboy. Theseposts

enancil on horseback. The enemy, rode forward and went off with wagons etc..-- might be pointing dewy the

weretohoennstantlyharassed

alternatives discussed were; ordered me to halt and take Our army now was extremely side road and exclaiming in daring the remainder of the

to move south to the baggage down a number of carpenters, fatigued,--.yctin good health the ¯language of the day the winter.

Franklin as it used to be

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People’s week focuses on bicentennial

A Forum on Deomcracy and contributes to the democratic series of bicentennial oriented inSomervllle. Men and womenBazaar;

Sunday, Aug. 24, Community Action Program, parade or bazaar, should

a cultural bazaar .are the ideal. They felt that time events, including a cultural from throughout the nation Yout]( Day; Monday, Aug. 25, is the current Executive contactJackleCedy, Program

highlights of the Week of the should he set aside fnr the sole bazaar, reflecting the ex- will be coming together to Children’s Day; Tuesday, Director of the Day Care ned Coordinator, at the Frederic

People "/5’, taking place this purpose of getting in touch trcmely rich substance of discuss the roles of govern- Aug. 26, llnusthg and Youth Child Development Council of Douglass Liberation Library,

year during the last week In with local heritage, and which the American tradition ment, business and com- Day; Wednesday, Aug. 27, America, Inc., in Washington55 Fuller’Strent, 028.3786. "

August.

honoring those people wimseis comprlsedi and a forum on munities iu the workings of a Democracy Day; Thursday, D.C.

"Oar series of events truly lives were spent creating it. democracy.

demooracy. Ted’ Howard, of Aug. 28, Library Service Day, Anyone having questions, or Find out, the week’s winning

; honor thenation’sbicentennial So, in August of 1972, the Week The bazaar, to he held on the the People’s Bicentennial featuring the Frederic wishing to participate In thc ’aamhm’.iu the N.,I. Lottery by

celebration," comments Jean of the People tradition began. afternoon d Aug. 23 nt the Commission, Washington, Douglass Liberation Library;

phaning.990.12;i.I.

i P, obinsan, Director of the Since that time, the week Grand Union Shopping Center D.C., will be hosting that Friday, Aug. 29, Labor Day;

Somerset Community Action has provided residents of. at the intersection of Hamiltonevent.

and Saturday, Aug. 30,

Program, which sponsors the Somerset County with Street and Franklin Week of the People Com- Dedication Day.

’ jmnual event. "We’re really parades, oral history nights, Boulevard, will follow the mittee Chairperson Calvin "Dedication Day" will SPOOKY BROOK

i, -looking forw~’d to a wonderful ethnic educational ex- week’s traditional kick.off Dobson is enthusiastic about dedicate the Somerset County GARDEN CENTER & PRODUCE MARKET _~.

I turn OUt." ’

periences, floats, dances, praade, beginning at 1 p.m. every event scheduled for thn Child Dcvelopman{ Program

Jersey Corn & Tomatoes ’ ’

’rile idea for a Week of the yanth theater presentations, Bazaar booths will he mannedweek.

Each day is being Building at’429 Lewis Street in

People arose out of certain and festive nnd historical by sooia] service and ethnic dedianted to an area of Somerset as the Theodore

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Somerset community leaders’ happenings. This year’s organizations. struggle in the quest for Taylor Educational Center. Squash & Peppers

eaucerus for the neglected theme, "Democracy-- August 27 will feature n human rights. Day titles are: Mr. Taylor, originally from

local histories of community Ilumanity’s Struggle for Forum on Democracy, at the Saturday, Aug. 23, Weekof the Somerset County and pastgrowth,

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theater,

non-profit as they love and laugh their elude "Count Draeuta", a repeat "Aesop’s Fables", will are being planned for Sep-

is way through life. Second on dramatization of the novel hath perform at the theater temher. The Playhouse is

=, gearing up for a second season the program, from Oct. 31- t Jan. 16-Feb. 14), Tennesseeand

tour to area schools during anxious to receive any denoted

that will include seven major Nov. 22, will be John llorbert’s Williams’ classic drama "Tbe the day. A third production furniture, tools, clothing or

productions as well as a" full "Fortune and Men’s Eyes", a Glass Menagerie", and a new will he added in the spring. other items for the auctions to

time children’s program, tensc drama of prisanlife, and play to he announced. The A fall subscription drive for he held on Sept. 5 and 12~

special events and ftmdraisiogthestrugglc

of one young man season will close with the the 75-76 season is currently Playhouse supporters who

activities. The subscriptionto

survive it. December 5-27 Brecht-Wei]l musical "The being prepared. With the are interested in further :h-

season will run from Oct. 3 to will see a production of "Tyll Threepenny Opera", to run "Choose Six Subscription", formation on the programs, on

May of 1976.

Ulcnsplegal’s Merry Pranks", April 23-May 22.

Playhouse supporters will scheduling theater parties, nr

Leading off the season from a family production based on The George Street save 33% on tickets and be on the "Choose Six Sub-

Oct. 3-25 is Murray Schisgal’sthe

famous tales of the Playhouse children’s theater, guaranteed best seats. scription Plan", are urged tn

comedy "Luv", which follmvs medieval Tylh which will stage Kipling’s A series of fundraising contact the Playhouse at 246-

7/17. School administrators or

parents g~anps interested in

Judith Bajusz the children’s theater

program should make

promoted arrangements early.

The Gebrge Street

by bank Playhouse is located at 414

George Street in New Brunswick.

Judith M. Bajusz has been

promoted to assistant vice

president at Franklin State ’,’ou can report violations of

Bank, ns announced by bank water polluliou laws to the

president, Anthony D. state hy telephoning 609-292-

Schoberl. Previously an 7754.

assistant secretary, Ms.

Bajusz is responsible for

securities and funds

management for Franklin ! Redken Retail

State Bank.

A graduate of the Szilngyi Deal of the

Erzsebet Girls Gimnazium

and the Ilungarian State

College, Ms. Bajusz also at- Month

tended the Musical Academy,

Budapest, Hungary.

Ms. BaJosz is a member of Amino.Pen

the National Association of

Banking Wmnen and the

"~:’ Beauty Bar

Business & Professional

Women’s Club. She is $1,50

treasurer of the Hungarian Reg. $1.75

Scouts.

A resident df Franklin, Ms.

Bajusz is the mother of four

PAT BACON, head of reference services at the Franklin library, next to the library’s now set children.

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TltIM NOW

Library acquires volumes

flame gardeners can enjoy

Ihe blooms of their petunia

plants until September and

even October is they prune

thmn hack now, says Dave

Tim Franklin Township General, historical notes, Franklin Library is located_ Houston, Somerset County

Put)lie Librury hub acquired a library references nml cress at 935 Ilamilton Street. horticulturist.

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Recall initiated for beef rounds

Āerial survey shows

gypsy moth on rise

For [hc third time in lass approximately 8,000 pounds.of066255,

and 0"/7075. There are Food’s disiributtoo of product

6.A than two weeks Cardinal cooked beef rounds bearing approximately 40,000 pounds covers ports of Now York,

The NEWS.RECORD Thursday, August 14,1fl75

Foods Corp,, Brooklyn, N.Y., the code number 077015. of product still in dsltrlbutlon New Jersey, Connecticut,

has initiated a recall of cooked The cooked beef rounds have channels. Including code Flurida, Virginia, Tennessee, A recently completed gypsy moth occurring in the Eatontown, Freehold .:’

beef rounds which have been been responsible for two 077015, thc numbers are Ohio, and Pennsylvania. The statewlde aerial survey has follewing municipallttes:

found to bo contaminated with outbreaks involving at least It

Township, Howe 1 ’.

stamped on cardboard con- product is distributed mainly shown many forested areas of. Atlantic County -- (1,035 Manelapan Marlboro, Mid- .’.

salmonella bactera. cases of salmonella food taieers in which the product to hotel, restaurant and in- central and south Jersey are’ acrasdefoliated)-CorblnCity, dletown, Millstone, New .’

The U.S. Department of poisoning in New Jersey in was shipped. The cartons, as st tut oool customers in those suffering from severe gypsy Egg ltarboi" Township, Estell Shrewsbury, Roosevelt, Upper ,’

Agriculture (USDA) an- late June. An additional casewell

as the plastic bags in states, mothdefollotion, accordlng to Manor.

nounced that Cardinal Foods of salmeacllosls was recently

Freehold, Wall. "

whlch the l2 te 20 pound roasts An in-plant review of John D. Kngg, entomologist, Burlington County -- (2,500 Morris County-- (150 acres ’.i

Corp. is extending its previous found by New Jersey officials, were packed, boar an official processing procedures has Division of Plant Industry, acres dofniiated) - Chester- defoliated) . Joflerson,

recalls to include all cooked The victim had eaten Car- USDA "EST 5300" idea- been conducted by a USDA New Jersey Department of

field, Evesham, Florence, Rookaway Township. "

beef produced prior to July 10, dinal’s Royal Crest brand of tification, micro.biologist to reassess Agriculture. Mansfietd, Medford, New OeeanCeanty--(8,710acres.

1975,

cooked beef rounds on July Brandnomasoftheproducts Cardinal’s production Forested acres attacked by Ilanover, North Itanover, defoliated) - Berkeley, Brick, i’

OSDA’s Animal and Plant 4th.

involved are "Royal Crest operation, the leaf-feedieg caterpillars Pemberton, Shamong, Jackson, Laeey, Lakewnod, T"

lloalth Inspection Service On July 11 and July 18, Cooked Beef," "Chef Anthony USDAofficlalssrecurrcntl~, nearly doubled in size from Southampton, Springfield,

(APHIS) said New ,JerseyUSDA

announced Cardinal’sCooked

Beef with Natural holding 50,000 pounds of ~,102 acres in 1974 to 55,430

Ocean, Plumstod, Stafford,-

Washington, Woodland.

health authorities have con- recall of three lots of the

Unino.

Juices," "Cardinal’s Prize Cardinal’s cooked beef in the ocras this summer. Cape May County-- (10,550 Somerset County -- i2,170

firmed an additional positive cooked becf rounds bearing Cooked Beef Round," Brooklyn p/ant. Cooked beef Aerial surveys to determine acres defoliated) . Dennis acres defoliated) - Franklin

result in tests for salmonella the code numbers 066245, "Waldorf Cooked Beef produced after July 10is being the size and location of gypsy M ddle, Upper, Woodbine. Green Brook, tit lsboreagh,

contamination in a lot..

Round," and "Astro Selected released on a lot by lot basis moth defoliated woodlands tlunterdon County -- (805 Montgomery, Rocky tlill.

Cooked Beef Round with after USDA laboratory tests have been conducted since acres defoliated) - Kingwood,.

Bicentennial

A Furnire

Union County -- (45 acres

Natural Juices." Cooked Corn show that the product is not 1967. According to Mr. Kogg West Amwell. defoliated) . Watchung

Beef is not Included in the contaminated with "this survey is the first step Mercer County -- (~5 acres lteservation (County Park).

film

now on

recall, salmonella, taken by the department to defoliated) - East Windsor,

APRISofficials emphasized alert municipalities of the Ropewell, Princeton Town-

FSB staff

that anyone having cooked status of the gypsy moth ship, West Windsor.

is free

hecf hearing the establish- --- problem within their haun- Middlesex County--(10,705

meat number 5300 should dories and is followed up this acres defoliated) - Cronbury, Classified advertisements

A free bicentennial feature

Arllne Furniro has been notify the Cardinal firm or

fallby an egg mess inspection

appointed an assistant vice

SEEDWII.LARItIVI.;

East Brunswick, Madison, MUST be tclcphoncd in to our

film is available to local

local health authorities, to determine the proposed Monroe, New Brunswick, office by 5 p.m. Monday to";

community organizations.

presidcntof tho Franklin State Officials of USDA’s Meat

treatment areas for next North Brunswick, Plainsharu,

Bank, as announced by bank

Called, ’"llmse States", the

and Poultry Inspection TRENTON -- New Jersey setison."

appear in our easy-to-read’;~

Sayreville, South Brunswick. categorized columns ’

90-minute film is described as

president, Anthony D. Program said that Cardinal

wheat growers will bare an This year’s survey showed

an entertaining documentary

Scboborl. Ms. Furniro, who is

’ample supply of certified seed

. Monmouth County-- (18,~5 l)eadthm for "Too Late to.,.~

defoliating populations of the

travelogue, eombiniog history

also assistant auditor of

for planting their crops this

acres defoliated) - Colts Neck Classify" is noon Tuesday.

and scenes about the people in

Franklin State Bank, is Kwait

September, despite a failure of

the original 13 states, the lives

responsible for managing and

thc New Jersey certified

they led and are leading now.

coordinating segments of the named

wheat seed crop, according to

It is composed of three 30-

bank’s internal audit func-

Roy M. Atkinson, chief, A

minute segments: New

tions.

chairman Bureau of Seed Certification,

England, the Middle Atlantic

Ms. Furnlre was previously

New Jersey Departmeat of

Slates and the South.

an audit examiner with Republican

municipal Agriculture. CERTIREDKINDERGARTEN

The Bicentennial Council of

Peoples National Bank. chairman Bernard Kwait was lane[-

AND NURSERY SCHOOL

the Thirteen Original States

A graduate of New Brun- unanimously elected chair-

/~rs. Michael Craig Carron, was Claudia E. DeAngelis

’sponsored the film, which was

swiek High School, Ms. man of the rcnt-leveling board ++

written and produced by Furnire. has attended last Tuesday night. He soc-

Andre de la Varre Jr. of

American Institute of Banking ceods Scmmion Haroo.

courses. She is currently at-

Claudia DeAngelis married Croton-on-Hudson, N.Y.

Norman Friodkin, a lan-

Organizations wishing i~ tending Somerset County dlord, was elected vice-

College.

chairman and Beth Napolitano

tb Michael C. Carron

show tile film or one of

,IT CLINIC

segments should write; New

Ms. Furnire is treasurer of wes named secretary to thc

i!

Jersey Bicentennial Com-

the Business & Professional beard.

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mission, 379 Wast State St.,

Women’s Club, a member of A puhlic hearing on the ¯ aorrlng Seledlon

and unique programs

:~21audia Eleanor DeAngclts, keyhole hack. A tiny Etea Trenton 08625.

the National Association of proposed hardship rent in- ¯Hour= by Appolnlrnenl

tar children ages 2½-5.

IIle daughter of P. Tulaee and jacket covered the gown. She

Bank Women and the National crease at Edgemerc at

Lunches & snack

TranspodaUon available.

E~’elyn DcAngelis, 2 Carol carried blue and white car-

Organization Ior Women. Somerset apartments will be 92,4-7040

~L 1

Cdurt, was married to Michael nations and pompoms. ~.nerylDorfman

Ms. ’Furnirc resides in Aug. 19 at the Sampson G. 195 Noltou SL, Prln¢lnon, N J, EO. +U.’:.SO,.EOaM^T,OR

C~,.: 297-2000

Craig Carton, the son of Bridesmaids were ’Kathy.

Franklin.

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I).onald and Elvcra Carron, l)eAngelis of Franklin, Mary completes

.B.ox 362B, Courtelyou’s Lane, Ann Brigante of Boonton, Jedy

"d.u’ring a 3 p.m. ceremony Kyle of Creskill, Mindy dental course Consolatas rename

Snlurday at the First Baptist Ringelhaupt of Cranferd and

Church of New Brunswick. Beverly B]echar of Somer-

-;.’-Dr. John Iiayward was the ville. JERSEY CITY -- Sixty-four Maria Bianchi

AUGUST

Off eat ng minister. Best man was James W. students--00 of them New

-’:~Given in marriage by her Love Jr. and the ushers were Jersey residents-have begun

;father, the bride wore a nyesta Larry Lasky of West Orange a three.year course of study at Fr. Maria Bianchi, 50, has and brothers working in

:;.~ilk gown with a fluid body Bernard McCreesh of thcNew Jersey Dental School

been re-elected for a second Africa, South and North

Jilting skirt dipping into an

six-year term as General America and Europe, con-

P anf eld Robert Bareska of of the College of Medicine and

~ittaohad chapel train. The Ashury P~trk Robert Marina ’Dent stry of New Jersey

Superior of the Consolata esntratmgmestly on the poer

Jiodiee, front and baCk(Wasof East’Brtin’swck aml Gary "tCMDNJ)

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neckline, wrists and sleeves. After a wedding trip to New (D.M.D.) degree.

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:;Sheworea W:dcau-typctrain. England the couple plans to Since the dental school

on Route 27 in Franklin. ~i~tOr ~

.: Ber veil and hcadpieec were live in North Brunswick. The operat~ on a 12-month basis,

Fr. Bianchi, who holds a

:~lso covered with nyeata silk.

Ph.D. in theology from

II

bride is a graduate of Franklin its students are able to com-

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ennis tourney concludes competition

DeWitt as he won 6-4, 6-4 In Friedman defeated Ross 6-4, def~ted SIggla 6.4, 6.3

almost perfoettennlsweather, 6.1

Polettl defeated Troest 6-2,

The winners and runners.up’ DeWittdcfeated Mann 6-3, 6- 6-2 Gerig - Gill 6-2, 7-5

received trophies after the 3

Griffin defaulted to Theimer Women’s Doubles - Polettimatches.

Fuersteln defeated Litow Poletti defeated Thorpe 4-6, SIggia defeated Jayson-

Previous to lest weekends Ozumha defeated O’Reifiy 7- 6-4, 6.1 Skoultohi 6-3, 6-3

play, the following results 6, 6-3 Mcn’s Doubles-Gunderson-Niercnberg-Groenberg def.

were postcd: Friedman defeated Menzel defeated Torissi- Rabies-Gunderson

Men’s Singles - Fuerstein Seckrowltz 7-6, 6.0 Morgan 6-2, 7-6 KimbalI-Theimer def,

defeated Gunderson; DeWittdefeatedFnnrstein4-DeWiEr- Friedman defeated Polettl-Seggia 3-6, 6-3, 6-1

Litow defeated Chelsea 6-1, 6, 6-1, 6-0 Gundorson-Menzel 6-S, 6.2 Plano-M0rgan def.

6-1

Friedman defeated Ozumba Fuerstein - Lltow defeated The Franklin Township

DeWitt-Freldman 2-6, 7-6 6-4 Sheddon 6-1, 6.3 The NEWS.RECORD Thursday, August14,1975,

Tennis Tournament concluded

Fuerste n - L tow defeated Sackrowitz’s def. Mann -

its singles competition last

Cohen

weekend. In women’s singles

Kimbell’s def. Gunderson’s

Bicycle Center

Eilesn Theimer defeated Ann

6-1, 2-6, 6-0

Polettl 6-2, 6-3 in an early

Mixed Doubles -

I n,L.~. I

morning contest. The men’s

Saekrowitz’s def. Diamond’s 6.

Ice.areal,., toru, blkes[ ;!

singles, a rematch of last

2, 6-2.

Complete Line of’ ’:’

years opponents, showed Nell

Friedman playing his doubles

¯ RALEIGH :

)artner Merrill DeWitt.

The finals for the doubles

¯ SCHWINN .ROLLFAS1

Lest year DeWIEr won in 3

Nierenberg-Greenberg 6-3, 6.3 Will take place Saturday, Aug.

sets. This year Friedman Rabies defaulted to Fuer- 3.6, 6-0, 6-1 Mann-Gressman 6-2, 6-4 Mixed Doubles - Rabies 16, at the Franklin nigh School

p.[oved to be too much for stein

Women’s Singles - Theimer ltedstrem-Devrios defeated_defaulted to Gunderson courts. Play will be according

Kimball’s def Pavan’s 6-1, 6- to the following schedule: ¯

2

Diamonds def. Jonhnau -

Rosenbaum 6-4, 6-4

Last week of action finds

Mann-Cohen def. D’Cruz’s 6o,

6-1

Gruen defaulted to

Seckrowitz

Somerset Liquors No. 1

Gunderson’s def. Piano’s 1-

6, 7-5, 6.4

Fuerstein defaulted to

Kimhall’s

by Lou Carclch zarella each contributed a HR mn IIR for the winners while cludes next week with

along with three hits and four Tony Fevola was the big noise doubleheaders starting at 9

Diamond’s def. Finch -

Entering the final week of RBIs apiece.

for the losers with three hits

action, Frk. Somerset Liquors lied Door again was vic- including a SIR.

then determined by the ileal ~.

stifi clings to first place in the torious as they beat an im- Regular season play con- order of finish. * ,

~someroet

S]o-Pitoh League. proving Jaycee Team. Joe

The leaders belted Jiffy Griegal and winning pitcher

sMfg. 17 to 1 for their Ilth win in Joe Vervan each had three hits Fio’s Bar victors

12 outings While Red Door of apiece for the winners.

Manville remained one behind The Police had a scare for

the leaders as they won over the first three innings as they

the Jayeees 8 to 2. In other trailed the smokies by the in slo-pitch tourney i

contests, the Police remainedcount

of 4 to 1 but some loose

in third place on the strength play by East Frk. and some

of their 13 to 7 victory over timely hitting saw the men in

East Frk. Fire Dep’t. Fourth blue rear back to nail down a In the Franklin Tide sloplace

remained in the hands of

Ilarold Rahn hit home runs.

13 to 7 verdict.

pitch tournament last

Deli-East as they defeated the Dell-East’s victory over the

The double elimination~

Senior Citizens g to 2.

weekend Flo’s Bar of Mid- tournament saw 20 entries

Senior Citizens was d[esex beat the Old Yorke Inn from central Jersey and .37 ~.

In winning their tenth highlighted by the continuedof

Raritan, 15-10. For Fie’s, games at six Franklin fields.

straight, Frk. Sam. Liquors phenomenal hitting OF Butch Rick Wells went 4-4, while Jeff Finals:

were led at the bat by John Fisher who again went 4 for 4

Gleason who belted two long

and John Fulton and Rick 1st- F]0’s Bar 5-g

and now has 16 straight hits Wells hit home runs. 2nd - Old York Inn 4-2

HRs good for 5 RBIs while Jim and 22 in his last 23 at bats. In the B Flight Chain- 3rd- Stoats 4-2

Mitchell and Frank Maz- Larry Rizzo contributed a 2 pionship, Hermal Construction

beat Brothers Pub 19-10. For

Hermal, Rich Delanoy and

prep athletic camp MII, LER PLAY

SCIIEDULED

draws 75 youths "A Memory of Two Mondays,"

Arthur Miller’s moving

Junior boys ages 10-14 have ville; football, Stan drama about the dead.end

just completed a com- Kucharski, Bleamsburg State

world of the blue collar worker

prchensive four week athletic Teachers College graduate during the depression will be

camp at Rutgers Preparatory who was drafted by the Green

presented on "Theatre In

School on Eastan Avenue. Bay Packers; baseball, Joe

America" which will be

Approximately 75 boys from Policastro, head baseball

telecast Saturday, Aug. 23 at 9

central New Jersey par- coach Highland Park High p.m. on Channels 23, 50, 52 and

tlcipated in the summer School; and tennis, Barry 58. Starring in the play is

program which provided in- Chamberlain, head tennis

Kristoffer Tabori whose role

;,~ R,~t ...... o ~No’~ee s

sl~uction and practice in a coach at Rugers Preparatory "~t~’~"~l " o~=;Y ~,’’.’f ~. :,

*’ [.riety.~-~-letic~-k~!ls. ,:~]:::.-Schnnl.~:-.:, , .,:.].:...~u~n~rth~nr:~ll~m oz me

The boys recei’~’ed ~n- : ~ ..... J ~’ ’

= ruction and organized play

in soccer, football, baseball,

I~sketball and tennis from

9:36.4 p.m. from July 7-Aug. 1. M. Et S LOUNGE

: "It Is our belief that boys at

this age should not be Washington Ave., Manville

specializing in j~st one sport," *************************************

state Richard S. O’Connell,

Athletic Director of Rutgers

.Preparatory School.

GIRLS GALORE

:"Oar athletic program is

designed to offer boys the GO-GO GIRL CONTEST

6pportunity to develop skills in

a variety of popular sports," SUNDAY, AUGUST 17

he continued.

:In addition, the athletic 5 p.m. ’til 1:30 a.rn,

~e epartment’s video tape

corder-instant replay was (AMATEU R f:t

used to allow each boy to see

himself performing specific PROFESSIONAL) INVITED.

skills. By watching himself

swing a lint or take a Jump TOP PRIZE $100, CASH

r~hot, an Individual can spot

~ind then correct his mistakes. ** PRIZES TO ALL DANCERS**

’.The instructors of the

lirogram worked within their GO-GO’s FOR LUNCH

dthletlc specialties, The instructors

or the Ig75 junior MeN. THRU FRI. 12 to 4 p.m.

heys athletic camp at Rutgers

Preparatory School included: ******************* plus *******************

~occer, Dick Matteo, director

of athletics at Jameshurg Illgh GO-GO-s 7 NIGHTS

~chool and Jim Copano,

director of athletics at Man. 8 p.m. ’tEl 1:30 a.m.

"

¯ PEUGEOT (exclusive):

BICYCLES i

¯ Repairs

!i

Women’s doubles 8, men’s

¯ Pads

doubles tO.

¯ Accessories’

Mixed doubles 12 noon. The

Open Mon..Sot. 10.6 p.m, ’

public is invited to watch the

Closed Wednesdays

finals.

853 Hamilton St,, Somerset

Z49"4S44

I~.,tters to the "editor are

always welcome. Sign your

name and address. You’ll be

caned to verify the letter.

GRAND OPENING

Friday, August 16

USED CARS

’74 CHEVY IMPALA

4 dr., V-8, auto,, p,s., p.b,, air cond,,

’71 TORINO WAGON

6 cyl., auto., p,s., radio

SEITZ BROTHERS AUTOMOTIVE w/sw

formerly the Blawenburg Garage

73 VOLKS

’71 MUSTANG

SUPER BEETLE

v-8, auto.,.p,s., p.b., vinyl roof, w/sw

Complete Automotive Service 4 cyL, 4 speed, luggage rack, else,

defrost, radio I

for all American 8, Foreign Cars

’71 CHEVY BEL-AIR

’72 TOYOTA CELICA V-8, auto., p.s,, p.b., radio, steel

and

4 cyl., 4 speed, oleo. defrost, radials

Specializing in Motorcycle Repairs

AM/FM, steel radials

’75 GRANADA

"12 CHEVY IMPALA 4 dr,, sedan, 302 V-8, auto,, p.s,,

2 dr., V-8, auto., p.s,, p,b., radio, air p.b,, like new

cond,, vinyl roof

"B" Flight- tlermal 3-1

’73 SCOUT II

’72 PONTIAC ¯

Team and individual

TRAVELTOP

BONNEVILLE

trophies were awarded to A

~l dr,, V-8, auto,, p,s,, p.b,, p.w,;

6 cyl., 3 speed, radio, like new

and B flight champions and

.AM/FM, air cond., vinyl roof

team ~.ruphies were given to

second place teams.

Men., Tues., Wed., Thurs. 8".30, Fri. - 8, Sat. 4",30

CALENDAR OF COMING

Daves Men’s El. E

XEROX COPIES EAH PIERCING

THURSDAY, AUGUST 14

F R I’: E

Boys Shop

(Ouantity

BESSENYEI Montgomery Township Committee, open meeting, 8 p.m. Prices

with imrchas~ , ¢)f "’.’

41 S. Main St. Manville g Son

,Somerset County 4-H Fa r - Service Club Day, 10 a.m.-lO p.m.,

MilDown Road, North Branch.

Available) EARRINGS ’

Franklin Council, 8 p.m.

Formal Wear

Oil Burners Installed Dance Social - Somersm.Hunterdon Chapter of Widows or TownsMp

526-0111 i

For Hire

Widowers. 0:30.12 p.m., Honday Inn, Rt. 22, Somerv[na. Pharmacy ShermRD t~ Sons"

586 Hamilton Bt,

725:9027

New Brunswick

KI .~-~lOtl

JEWELER

¯ Policeman

FRIDAY, AUGUST lS

712 Ih)mihrm St,. Srmwr,~et (Nexlto Bank)

*Mailman

KI5-6453

N(l’l’3 II Y I~UIII,IC SOmelsel Shoppiag Center

Somerset County 4-H Fair - Industry Day, 10 c,m,-10 p,m., North

Branch,

SUNDAY, AUGUST 17

Special Concert in the Perk - Corporal Kowalski’s Solid Sneer

’ Agents for

Chromium Plated Authentic Portable Brass Band. 7 p,m,, Duke

$,¢,,e,~,, i,V.

Island Park. If it rains, will he hold a: Bridgewater Rarhcn High NOVICKY’S Wheaten Van Line Inc/:

TROUDLEST

School East.

MUSIC STUDIO SOPKO. ::

FRUITS & VEGETABLEB

MOVING & !:

CHEESES SOMERSET ELECTRONICS

249 S, Main, Manville

FRUIT BAFlKSTS

STORAGE, INC. !:

tan heIpl

INSTRUMENTS PM no. 5

GIFTS

Same day service

MONDAY, AUGUST 1B

PLANTS, SHRUBS,

RENTED & SOLD

on most sets

Lace1 & Long Dlstnnce

LAWN & GARDEN BUPPLIEt

Montgomery Township First Aid Squad, 8 p,m,

*Pana~onlc * Hilachl * Toshiba Msnvnls Board of Education, 8 p,m,, ABIS Library,

Entail For Classes

358-0117

¯ nCA * Maloroln * Zanilh Carnival epanslrad by the Hlnsborough Youth Councn, Inc., or Private Lessons 35 No. 17th Ave,

Cedar Grove Lena Easlan Ave. Shopping Canter Hillnhoroagh School 6 p.m..mldnlght. To benefit the Hillsborough Nowl Call 722.0050 Mnnvllle

(Off Eaaton Ave,)

Sommel Community Center, Through A’ug, 23,

201.72e.775B

I~Umll~l & bultlq aud¢ oa ao~odl a npn

Somerset I I 545.6003

1975 CLEARANCE SALE

60 NEW CARS & TRUCKS IN STOCK

READY FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY

18 VEGAS IN STOCK- READY TO GO

NOTCHBACK8 - HATCHBACKS - WAGONS

UP TO 37 MILES PER GALLON (EPA TEST)

60,000 MILES OR 5 YEAR WARRANTY ON THE ENGINE

GOOD SELECTION OF

MONZAS NOVAS CAPRICESEL CAMINOS

TOWN COUPES CHEVELLESWAGONSLUV PICK.UPS

2 + 2 COUPESIMPALAS PICK,UPS

Worro giving Big D]eoount. nnd Highest Trade-In Allowances,

SEE US BEFORE YOU MAKE ANY DEAL

Big Savings on Executive Care £t Demonstrators

GOOD SELECTION OF CLEAN USED CARS

CHEVROLET INCa ’

ROUTE 206

Acr0nt from Prlncllgfl Alrogrl ,

PHONI,924-33BO

MANNAtS

TRAILER SALES

Flnderne Ave,, Someevllle

722.2060,

Foaturlngt

G01den Falc0n

Travel Trailers

Palomino Caps

Puppet Bhow,ln.tho.psrk ¯ Riverbank Puppm Theatre, 10 a,m.

North Breach Park, and 1 p,m,, Colonial Park, Ralndato: Wed,

Chndron’e Film ¯ Franklin Puhfio Library, 11 n,m, Et 1 p,m,

McCARTHY’S

Franklin Rent Board, pubno bearing, 9 p,m,, Bampson G, Smith

School,

WELDING SERVICE Manville Baud of Health, 8 p,m,

PORTABLE WELDING - IN.

SALES

DUSTRIAL & COMMERCIAL MAIN.

iTENANCE - CERTIFIED PiPE

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20

FAST REPAIRS

WELDING - REPAIR WELDING

MINI,BIKES, FARM & GARDEN tllllaborough Sealer CillzOna sponsor n bent Ride to Paughkcep.

EQilIPMENF, CARS t, 1BUCKS. ale, N,Y, Bus 1eaves HIIItborough Prsahytorlan pnrklna lal 7:45 254 Rt, 206 So,

n,m, Cell 359.a502 for Intormatloo.

359.2700

369.4224 Mont0cmary Township Subdlvlslon CommNtao, 8 p,m,

Pool D Patio Pnrly ¯ Cedar Woad Woman’s Club, 10 s,m,.noon,

HIIInborouflh

258 AMWELL RD, home of Mrs, Rlclm:d Gso,

Tucs,-Fri, 11 s,m,. 7 p,m,

Manville ficpubllonn Club, 0 p,m,, VFW Hen,

Sat, 9+5 * Cloned Sun, [t Men

NESHANIC

OARAOE

~.~ . Spoclnll,l! InALL

Monlnom0W Townsltlp Committee mnolln0, 0 p,m,

Franklin Board ol AdJuelmonl, 0 ),in,

FEED, SEED, FERTILIZERS, 8ommnot Couoty NOW 0oner01 msollng, Thama~ t;on. ^ BELLE MEAD

LIME, LAWN & GARDEN

scrouSnosa fialtlns Is the So,I el the Women’| Movomont~ 0 p,m,,

Bomu:aOl County Admln[alrst[on bu[kllna, 6amaryllis, LUMBER CO,, INC,

SUPPLIES, SWIMMING

IIondlng RIo(I,, Belle Mend

VW Repah* POOL CHEMICALS, PET

3S0.S131

Work also done on Fernlin Cart FOODS, WILD BIRD SEED,

A Contploto Line of

ned American 0ompnctt, HORSE FEED & SUPPLIES

BUILDING MATERIALS

* Low pflcal"on tabulll. VW BELLE MEAD

8ATURDAY~ AUOUIIT

, ~t I, Duen P*lets a C~mb, Dou~ t

i, And, n*n Window0 * Calllnp,

.line, * All work lumnlean FARMERS’ CO-OP (]onpsl Fire The Bumina Hell Emmanuel BnptM Chumh, MI Iltlla * Citpoilnl & Vlnll TIla,

~’ Coil

LINE ROAD Wonh ongtcn It Be, ard Avon,, ManvilLe, 7:30 p,m, Also Bun,, 7 Ra.moal Ooors, It,SoN I n *

p.ln,

e D*{arllol PInalt

BELLE MEAD

(201) 369.5173

TUEBDAY, AUQUBT 10

TIIURBDAY~ AUGU8T 31

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:8-h

IConlinued from Page One]

* Literal comprehension.

* Interpretive skills.

* Study skills,

Grade ? Mathematics.

* Number and operation.

* Problems, geometry and per cent.

Grade 10 Reading

* Word recognition.

Grade l0 Mathematics

* Whole numbers.

* Measurement and denominate

numbers.

’ Basic algebra.

* Geometry.

The following categories are those

where Franklin students scored below

their reference groups:

Grade 4 Mathemattes

* Word problems.

* Equations, inequalities and fraeliana]

numbers.

Grade 7 Readiog

*,Phonetic analysis.

Grade7 Mathematics

* Whole numbers.

* Fractional numbers.

* Decimals.

* Measurement and denominate

oumbers.

Grade l0 Reading "

* Reading comprehension.

* Study skills.

Grade IO Mathematics

* Fractions.

* Decimals.

* Per cent.

* Graphs and problems solving.

Dr. Jansen pointed out that the tests

.were actually a reflection of the

students’ performance due to the

strength or weaknesses of the programs

in the previous grades, because the

staden.ts were given the tests early in

tbe school year.

The report also said the grade 1O

mathematics scores were depressed

because of 70 students who had just

general math preparation.

Students in college prep courses did

fairly well, Dr. Jensen said. "The

performance of Franklin Township

grade l0 pupils who had taken

preparatory mathematics was

generally comparable to reference

groups; and in the whole number and

algebra clusters, was consistently

superior to reference groups. On the

other hand, some weaknesses were

noted in the area of fractions."

FIIANKLIN At, SO compared the

results to testing taken in the district in

1972, and a marked improvement

showed. In the grade 4 areas that were

weaknesses in that year, all but one had

hecn improved by 1974 and some

berame areas of student strength.

The task now before the district is to

determine why the results in the lower

levels were better than those in the

npper grades. While the district has not

done any study on this yet, they offered

some reasons,

One pessilaility Is that poor students

oneet icy fa )ehind in the early grades,

the gap between their academic performnnee

and their classmates widens

ouch year. Another passlhle reason

might he that the Title I reading

program in the lower grades has done

some goad.

After the test results are analyzed by

GRANDSTAND & MIDWAY ATTRADTiONS

N,I, DAIRY PRINCESS COHTEST

GRAHGE & STATE 4.H EXHiDiTS

Horseshoe PItDhln9 ¯ Squsro DanDIng

Country & Wostorn Muslo

Horso & TraDtor Pulling Compotltion

Flromon & Roa©uo Squad Pnrsdoi

U, $, Marlno Drum & Duglo Corps

7 DAYS-7 NITES

III I I I I

RT, 31JUST NORTH OF FLEMINGTON

Schools

I Continued fronl Page O,eJ

hudget now.

Tile BOABI) WILl, have to decide

leaight whether it wishe~ to continue

husing some 275 students In the lower

grades which they pay for out of district

funds for the whole year, ornot at all.

"We’re in a .Severe budget crisis now

and we have to look for areas to cut,"

Mrs. Francfort said.

The district still has not received final

word from the state department of

education on just how much money

Franklin will lose in state aid this

coming school year. The board is

scheduled to discuss budget cuts tonight

at Sampson G. Smith School.

Council

[ Continued from Page Oae]

members actually voted to pay for’ their

own legal bills.

In Mr. Payne’s case, Mr. Eckardt

believes that state law says he should

have gone to the state attorney general’s

office to find a lawyer, instead of hiring

his own and saddling the township with

the hill.

"If this goes through," he said,

"what’s to prevent some employee from

hiring a lawyer for $1,000 a day and

giving the townshi the bill?"

iN A WAY, the council is faced with a

no-win situation, because if they pay the

hills Mr. Eckardt will sue them, and if

they don’t all the officials who submitted

the hills will sue the town.

Councihnan Charles Durand said the

courl cases were becoming "crap

games with the taxpayers’ money" and

he wondered what public purpose

ancther trial would serve.

"Maybe we might start getting clean

government," Mr. Eckardt replied.

Councilmao Cullea said the council

could consider paying the bills beeaese

the old council had authorized Mr. Wise

to go to the meeting. Mr. Eckardt answered,

"If this council authorized the

murder of Mrs. Lomherdo (the township

clerk), does that make it right?"

/’

lhe Frattklhl NEWSRECORD

/

public notice

]{ obituaries

.,,,0.,,.~:

John R. Travers

:il

Thursday, August

~

14, 19715!!

’rn: JI)SP. lUllntsNI

v.u art, Ix, r t,hy ~umlnrnicd alxl tcc ulr t~t

Irisi’rveill~n; Karat’s Ant er~ln

,~ Iillder. Esquires a I.rne~s

Jrow

r e .Jacques

z John R.

Lane,

Waver, 54, of RD 3

I’vllh

dainUfl.~l.lsenddressls:

,’unls~a’. Nvw .h,rxey

35

n eSr~,. h~wer o

Was

II~, (’~;nl Ila[lll III)d /ilmInd mini O pronounced dead on arrival at

ihllnl Illerl In n (’P.II At’lIon II ~ C T o Somerset Hospital Somer-

[’,.rib /H.h,,v Sa’..i.gs I1~1 n

I~lnking r.r~walhm s n f n ville, after becoming ill lest

I"l’:lJl’l’: (;O~7AI.EZ e ix , s are Tuesday in his home.

ih,lt’zldltnls, x, ndlng in lilt. StllvJrio

r ’llur Chenet and Mrs. Julia Louise four grandchildren and thred’:

Larsan, both of Somerset, greaL-grandchildren. :::,

Mrs. Maria Nepote Klsh, 61, Franklin two brothers, Edwin S~vices were Monday at 11.:

of 426 Berry St., Somerset Flske of Norwalk, Conn, and a,m. in the Glceson Funeral::

died Friday in Middlesex Cornclins Ftske of Tucson ltome, 1360 Hamilton St. ::

General Hospital New Ariz.; a sister, Mrs, Cornelia Somerset. :::

Brunswink after n short Clark of Rocky ltill Conn, Cremation was private.

illness.

¯

":"

.f XI’ r I,rs ’V I I t’kl’l N( la’0 n0,74 lie was born in Irvington A native of Benld, Ill., Mrs

"ii

~LiUi¢ r v.riv, taa,s aner Augis 4 and was a res dent of this area

1973. vxrluslv(, Id stK’il da e )’l

Kish lived here 23 years, She

i r~ ~o. I ~, re k,r (k,m,azh~l In Ih(. Com-since

1957.

was a communicant of St.

[.,

)lithll

lak,,

nnd

by,

,%Ttlt’ndltiPnl

,ri t IgalnM

hi

~l.I.

(’OLD)In I1 ~ Mr, Traver, a postal Mary of Mount Virgin R.C.

%.= M=all file ~n r ’usw,r’=rll pr=mr rl supervisor in the New Church in New Brunswick.

"Complete Automotive Supplies"

q,rvi¢l, in dll )lit’al~., ~ltll tile r’h*rk id Ihe Brunswick Post

.’4n.,ri,lrl’.nrlidN(.~ Jt,rst,v, Slalellnilse

Office, and She is survived by her

.trnrlex. ’rrenfon, ,~t,~’ ,h;rm,y. in a¢. WDS a memher Of ~)e Udi~d husband, Joseph and two HILLSBORO AUTO PARTS

r.rllanre ~HIh 0w Ihdesrd (’ivll Praclk’t* Postal Workers, and the Six

;frill I’rlK’i’d.r I,.

brothers, Joseph December of

This m’H,al has I~,en hlslaull.,d hit tile" Mile Rua Reformed ChurehtSomerset

and Dominlok

35~2300

~Jr Ill.e ill rzwct, h~hlg a Inl¢l ,~ q, Ilak~[

~’ ,L’ml ................ de hv ~:t’~lpt, (; .... Fraok]in Park.

Deeemher of Detroit, Mich. Route 206, Decanto’s Shopping Center

,a ,.~ an, .~ ),. a (;nnz,


pFr &So,.6, aa I0

¯ Sun. 2, 3:55, $:50,

& 9:4Q

’oW Thro Tuas.l * ’

rz ~e er~j,~

a R0] SKatiNG

Da’RW o,...

i ~: :. 5AMERIC THEATRES : ""

)R|LNCETON I

I h( t( rrtlltzt19 tnof~ot|

pict|t;’e froet the .

h,rrif/fi,i!) No. ; bes! sell,;r

--4AWS

~,~%~ ROY SHAWmCHAnn

~ "~q’~ SCIIEil)IE8 DREYFUSS

1-B ¯ Thursday, August 14, 1975

IllE~ A~l . ........ :, -. " -~=~.’." . ¯

m~"~~L :~ ~:".!i !~*i:’~f’-’.!’; ~-’,’~ .’.;’:.:’i.?;’.:i.ii::

F’.,:.;..,, .,j, ......,, , ¯ .

IOANDI[N | Mon..rhms. i, 7:30, 9:40, Irri,.Sun, h30,

~w,~ ~o~.e~.~ 3:45, 5:50, ~. 10:15

ALLEN KEATON

3:40,5:20,7,8:40, L0:10

~’~ ’~ I,.111 1R|N’ON ..... ~09 lll*lSlS~

III I i I I

’ IN THE

NOT TOO DISTANT FUTURE,

WARS WIL~L NO LONGER EXIST.

BUT THERE WILL BE

^ NORMN4 JEWISON niM"ROLI.ERBAL~, ’

Fo,

Reservations

Jacques Brel...Is alive and well’

and living In Paris"

can a44.2710

¯

Curtain Time;

FrJ, ~ Sal. O:4O p.nl,

" ThefongrunnfngCebaretre~e

directed by Bill Jemleson

5~[

, ~J:

~, ~’3op ~ August 15,16,17 :~,

at the peddle 8¢hoo| - 8. Main and Ward Sts,

In Hight=town, New Jemy ¯ Tel, 443-4644

--Presents~-

The Musical Classic

rEST SIDE STORY"

Music by Leonard Bernstein

Featuring suchmaglcal songs as: ¯"Maria",

"Tonight", "Gee, Officer Krupke,’ and many

others.

Don’t miss¯this exciting show, with some of our

best dances ever. Make reservations howl

Thurs., Fi’i; & Sat. Aug;21-22-23

at 8:30 p.m. - All Seats: $4.00

Indoor Theatre - Free Parking

¯ Now Ihru Tues,, Aug. 19

Robert Redford’

in

COMING:

(PG)

BRIEF VACATION

THE RETURN OF THE

RECYCLE

THIS

NEWSPAPER,

TRANSCENDENTAL

MEDITATION

as taught by

MAHARISHI MAHESH YOGI

Free INTRODUCTORY Lecture

Thursday, August 14 8:00 p.m.

All lectures held at the Woodrow Wilson School, Washington Rd., Princeton, N.J., Rm 6

For mare Information - CMI 994.4155 . i_.. ’ ....

.,~ " ~Z

~..,.,,~ ,~."~’~t~" ~"~,

Princeton’s Gallery o/the Unusual

Pe/ntin~, Graphics, Sculpture, Prim[tire Arts, Framing,

Books, Jewelry, Gifts. Tiles. Basketry, Crafts, Folkloricd, etc.

lT/e are being/arced to of/or you a very ’

SPECIAL SALE

as a resuh o/our two

HEAVY FLOOD LossEs

Most of our remaining stock o/

paintings, graphics, and watercolors

ARE BEING SOLD AT COST

A large selection o/gi/tware and a special group o/jewelry

ARE 50% OFF

;nmn~er flours: 32 Muh) St,

’I’t~ea., Wed,, Thurs, & Sot, 1 I-5 Next Door to Good Time Charllo’a Kingston, N,J.

Friday I 1,10 609.994.11:193

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Over

O,,r ~.,.,~ ~oo,,, ~/.al

-. /aa/ares- ~’:~’~,~ "¢.

.7’,.,.~,n.,,,a . ’~d~l~~

e Tht, Ah,na,

a Gonrnli~t ~t I’)el]ght

e 7’he I’;.rei|loA Soantl,~

old, e,,, Prttapo~l Pltdns & Allph~gttrlh I{tl,

Nick Stolla Trio

Wed,.Fri,.Sat,

IIIghtalown, N,J,

44il.50t)0

iI/ii)Py

IIOUI¢

9 .ntii ? /)Idly ~ 130.6:30

Nick Stella at fha organ Sundays

I)~|lly i,u|ldt|~nn,

..,...,..~.kVtLL1N~ H/~KI~,,~,,t,,,.,,,,,ANP~!. R~,ViN

Frunt $2,50 -- I I |30 A,M,, 3 tOO P,M, S||i, I)hm|~rs

i)lntlerSpholnle I||lnflllPl I"aellllle, Avullaido 5 p,|||,, l()131)l|,m,

~1~~ IliT#,b~g Mo.~,,I+wl, ,.-r*-..,*l l, hD, t30 e hL l lib h lilO, I, IOllO ~ i Molh Ihrll Frl, Ir, m 1~,50 ,, np In 130 Per=n|s ~ll||, I)lfmnr,

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¯ ’Unhealthy to be Un pleasant’

UIT.B.U. action finds Erie Zwemei" Shirley Kauftman in a scene from the. Princeton University campus on Augl

menacing G’eorgine Freedmah and p]ay opening at Summer Intimn in the 14.

PRINCETON -- The modern farce bearers of tickets stubs from the dramaof

a very hearty Johann Strauss’opera .

"U.T.B,U. (Unhealthy to be .Un- presentation. Sandy Maxwell will be "Die Fledermous" to’ be offered by the

pleasant)" by James Elrkwood, coauthor

~

accompanist for the one-woman showPrinceton

Opera Association at

of the current Broadway hit "A this Saturday.

Washington Crossing state park, The

Chorus Line" willbe staged by Summer

delightful operetta will be on the:open

In||me in Murray Theatre on the

air stage Aug. 21-23 and ~.30; curtain Is

Princeton University campus on Aug, DUKE ISLAND .- A free concert in the at 8:30 p.m. Tickets are ;2.50 for adults;

14-17 and 21-24 at 8:50 p.m, and 7:30 on bandsheli of Duke Island Park at 7 p,m. $I for children and available at the door.

the two Sundays. Phone 6~,452-8181 for on Sunday,’ Aug. 17, will offer listeners

information and reservations. the stirring sounds of the famous Corporal

Kowalski’s Solid Sliver Chromium

Plated Authentic Portable Brass Band

NEW llOPE, PA. -- The "fun-packed" which will appear in colorful Sgt. PRINCETON - Summer Intime’s film

musical "Dames at Sea" opening Pepper style uniforms (?). In case of series this week offers "Murder She

Tuesday, Aug. 19, at 8:30 p.m. at Bucksrain,

the concert will be held in the Said" on Monday, "The Mouse that

County Playhouse will be the final of- Bridgewater-Raritan Illgh School EastRoared"

on Tuesday, "His Girl Friday"

faring of the summer. "Dames..." runs on Foothill Road in Bridgewater on Wednesdoy, all at 7:30 p.m. in Mcthrough

Aug. 50. There also are Wed- Township.

Cormick Art Museum, directly behtnd

nesday, Thursday and Saturday

Murray Theatre on the Princeton

matinees at 2:30 p.m. "Dames..." hath

University campus. Call 509-452-8181 for

admires and salirizus those big BusbyI~RiNCETON

- "If You’ve Seen One more into.

Berkeley movie extravaganzas of tho Dragon..." a play for childreo of all ages

1930’s. Reservations are available will be performed by Creative Theatre

through the box office 215.862-2041. Unlimited’s Children’s Theatre Troupe

on Thursday, Aug. 14, and aa Saturday,

PRINCETON - Singer Lee Draffleld. 33 blercer St. The play involves the ltnpe Auto Show continues this weekend,

will lead atoar of the world’s ~eat audience in songs, surprises and Aug. 16 and 17. Rare and restored cars

singers and songs at Summer Intime’s dragon.type advenlares. For ticket into in dozens of competitions are the fare of

Midnight Cabaret at midnight on call 609-924-3489.

Saturday, Aug. 16, in the Lowe.r Room,

the weekend.

adjacent’ to Murray Theatre on the

-’~. ’ Princeton University campus..,The WASHINGTONS ’CROSSING ;’’The’ : .

Cabaret follows SI’s production o[ merry tale of a husband who gets Into . :.

"U.T.B.U.," Refreshments are trouble by flirting with a masked beauty . 1 ’ ’ ’ ’ 1

available and admission is $2; $1,50 for

1

who turns out io be his wife s (he heart .PRINCETON - Barbershop harmon es

The Inn Place to Dine

2] So, Main St., Cranbury, N.J.

"Established 1780"

In The "Coach Room"

EVELYN MURPHY AT THE ORGAN

Frl. and Sat, Nights

T/~ /hmt in/~ & .rv~ tn our Coto#.t DCntntt room .n.

dcr the db’~vdon o/M, hrga John Br~wn [/m,m~d’/ el the

Princeton Inn)

For Reservations (609) 395.0609. Closed Mondays

St

448.1231

EM,

Route 130 (Jam.way.

James

Kirkwood,s

2 DIG’HITS

[ M,T,~.s ~,,~Y Dii&6’~

¯ ,~

August

14,16,1(], 17

21,22, 23, 24

8:30 PM, 7:30 Sun,

mmmm~

SUMMER INTIME

HAMILTON MURRAY THEATER

PRINCETON, N,J, 08540

Aug. 16, at 10:30 a.m. at Trinity Church, NEW |lOPE, PA. -- The famous New

i1= i ii i

will be filling the summer air in front of..

Princeton High School on Thursday,

~ug. 21, at 7:30 p.m. when the Princeton

Barbershop Quartet Society members

sound off in the continuing "Summer

Sounds" series of weekly, free outdoor

concerts. Rain date for the hour-long

concert is Friday , Aug. 22,

Air Conditioned

DANCING

(V£RY Shr. & S(/8, NIT£

NOTTINGHAM

BALLROOM

Morc,t Sh, HIm111on Sq,, H,I,

Tht Lorl~ ih([~o~n In th, lid

SAt.. El)DIE SIt~W

SUH,. STAH MAZE

SUN. 8-11 P.M.

For The Finest

Indian Cuisine in the State !

Authentic Curries and Karmas

of chicken, lamb, bee! a~hrl m,~~"~’~’~"

"%,,..~ Franklin Park

presents

MIDNIGHT CABARET

Lee Dratflald

Celebrates Great

Songs and Great

Slngere

FILM SERIES

Men,, Aa0, 10. Mttrdee 8ha 8aid

’ Tuo~,, Aa0, 10. The Mou=aTItnt

Ilonrad

Wad,, Art0, 20. His Oitl Frldny ’

Call 462-8ff31 for r~ser~tlon~


mtmXCETO P.qCX " SS "Seven For Central Jersey"

+o Cla i fiedJTdoertising

Business Business

Opportunities Opportunities

Help Wanted

Help Wanted

q’IILLSBORCR]GH BEACON,.

]~e Manville News

The Franklin NEWS’RECORD

Thursday, August 14, 1975

Help Wanted Help Wanted Help Wanted Help Wanted

¯ Help Wanted

TRADERS VILLAGE! FINANCIAL OPPORTUNITY

MISS ITAND

ARCHITECTURAL OFFICE INSURANCE SECRETARY PART TIME FILE CLERK CLERK/TYPIST - FEE CATALOGER-- able to take SALESPERS()N - fo~ Jan

¯ Owner will sell an interest or

YOU’VEMISSED...

IIELPER- full time, misc. -- with some previous ex- needed--Saturdays8 a.m. {o I oegotlable. To $145. Good catalog slips of old books and :and women’s sportwear. Must Real Estate Sales

controlling Interest in private duties, mast have car. Eckertperience

or someone who p.m. CaI1609-924.9300, ext. 274. typing, limited experience, prepare camera.ready lists" v/ork Saturdays. Experience OPPORTUNITY

bank investment company.

. Lewest rents’around from

& Gatarz 201-297-4200. wishes to earn the insurance

Call Ingrld, Shelling & for printer. 609.465.0522. IS KNOCKING

$t8 000. a unit fully seeured.

$1.50 per mouth including all

business. Phone for op-

Snelling, 609-924.8065.

preferred. Apply in person.

. Cogito, The Mdrket Place, Rt.

Owner w remain anu ass St

utidties

paintment 9 a.m. to 12 noon. FILE’ CLERK -- Needed in

in management or retire with TYPIST -- part time, ix-

27 & 518, Franklin Twp:

minority interest¯ Terms perienced. Eckert Gatarz

. The ideal spot for boutique available to a serious prin- Architects, 201-297-4200.

retailers, antique dealers, clpal. Iteply Box # 03091, c/o

hobbyists and flea marketeers Princeton Packet.

¯ The high traffic and high -- --- OPENING IN

LAWRENCE

returns from existing shopping

mall tenants Help W

SHOPPING CENTER

anted

Interviews for managers,

A perfect trading area

assistant managers and full

located near Princeton PART TIME SPEECH time experienced sales help

THERAPIST C.C.C. or in willbe held en Thursday Aug.

DON’T MISS l clinical fellowship year. 14 between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.

Call Mr. Mainera Flexible hours. Call 609-882. at the Ladybug store in the

(201) 342-7151 1803. l,awrenco Shopping Center.

INVEST IN A DEPItESSION IIOUSEKEEPER WANTED HAIR STYLIST with or

proof business. No inventory, -. Mondays thru Fridays, without following Princeton

nu accounls receivable, no had hours 2 Io 6, flexible, call 609- area BeautySalen. Callafter 0

checks na credit card sales 921-8270.

p.m. 6O9-586-8879.

,o operating capital needed in

this CASll business. Your cash

flow begins the I,’IILqT DAY.

Your return on investment is WANTED-- 0 PEOPLE-- to KEYI;UNCH OPERATOR -

over 40% yearly. Ideal for

start immediately. No ix- Research 100 a fast growing

disabled veterans or persons

pereince nacessary, we will market research company

seeking hedge against in-

train those that qualify for a located in Princeton is looking

flatten. Call Mr. Posner 609.

career insales. $600 per month for someone with at least 2

guaranteed.

024-(959.

¯ 609-790.0563. years experience operating a

029 keypunch machine. Some

experience on,the 514 and 083,

PItlNCETON BOROUGII - PART TIME ¯CUSTODIAN - tab machines helpful but net

’ruxi and Livery licenses foe experienced Black Seal necessary. Liberal company

sale. Inquire at 008-024-1105. license preferred. Hours 3:30’ benefits call 924-6100 for

to 7 p.m. West Windsor appointment.

Plainaboro School District¯

FOil SALE -- PRINTtNG Call 609-709-0203 ask for

BUSINESS -- WANTED Danny. SWITCIIIIOAIII)

persons having printing

OPERATOR

background that desires to

own his own shop¯ Complete,

CHILDCARE - far 6 yr. dd

PIIX60g

modern printing business in

after school at M. Hawk. 3-5:30

high Iraffic Trenton, N.J.

area¯ Good credit essential.

Substantial mortgage

available. 609-396-4285.

IIESPONSIBLE

IMMEI)IATE OPENING

f~9-466.3571, multi-specialty medical

SECRETARY-To $8000 Good n,,c ..............

f act lit y: Li . he..! ra sal La.y, r ex;

. ~uo umvr.,a ~r~r~ur~u -

cenent nenents, yieasant

t~ing and shorthand Work week days 11.30 to 1.30 in We have select openings for

PART

~°’~

TIME -- Insurance env ronment Cnll609924

with .pc o le p in . a - ass’an pl t at- Princeton ’ Contact ’ B It ...... licensed Real Estate

agency ; strong aptitude for ^...’ --- ’

- -o,,,,,, mospnere~, call Ingrid, Alexander Princeton YWCAA~t~Ib’TA..NT MANAG:ER - salespersons, In oar 2 new

,=^t. ztq.

hgures and detail. Some

Snelling&Sne ng 009-924-8065; 024-4825 ’ ~xee ent o.ppor!.un ,y to ass st Somerset-Middlesex Offices.

college preferred. Call 609.924. ’MAI~ for

" ’ ’ . manager at ummes Closet, in

~

One n KendallPark theother

SALES PEOPLE energetic 5M1

daily. My home or yours. 9AM.5PM,

References. Excellent salary. Man.-Frl.

009-452-1464.

Previons experience on the 600

or similar cord switchboard

required plus the ability tu

IIOUSEKEEPER-- and care

of 7yearoldafterschool¯Men.

work with professieeals in a

very active, busy en-

Thurs. 31o4hoursdaily. Start vironment. Pleasanl

middle of Sept. Call 609-799. suiroundings and excelleflt

ztlg. benefit program¯ For further

info and interview up-

arket 6700, ext. 22¯

Place Mall Junction of on Easton Avenue formerl~.r

luxury garden complex Must BOO+KKEEPER-To $140 well ¯ groomed people who 8 & 27. Call Mrs. Math sen,

¯

The Vogel Agency.’

-- -- have vast knowledge of Experienced in EP.D. input, believe tliey can sell Draw to 201-297-6000.

MATURE PERSON -- to electric and plumbing. Great can mgrid, ~nel,,ng & qualified nersons For In- "

watch my school age children benefits, good salary. Only Shelling, 009:924-8065. terview,an~ appo n[ment ca I ~ Enjoy fun time training with

in my home. Before & after aeXp~rre~c~: .per.son.reed ~ Guardian ~evelopmen.t

school. 609-443-4572.

SALESPEI~SON--tawerk in our . salaried.,. Training

ippy:

ou’J-eXJ-znu ior Corl~orauon 609.655.2270 ask pleasantsurroundlngsinafine uireetor, tie wm te.a.cn you

mervmw. GUY/GAL

¯

FRIDAY-To $155 for Par. ~ White.

reta establishment Full or ev.er.ymmg. }ro.m gat!}ng, up.-.

-- Good t n some "

rt time "" " ’" " ¯ ILN. -- operaling room. Ful EXECUTIVE SE yp , pemtmentstomes)ugmeaenl

C ET

R A

RY

pa . MUSt work sa,ur- .

time. bookkeeping ~xper enced. SECRETARY / TRAINEE /

~

Day & evening shift. _ needed for.re~oU[~;c

days To apply call Mr

Liberal fringe bonefifs. Call responsible’ person Ca i ILEGAL . Grow with newly Rieh;rd 6O9-924.0597.

operation. ~upei Ingrid ~nelling & Snellthg establislied law’firm in " You have beon read n-oura,l~

llamilton tIospital 609-530-

- ¯. ~’ =+

79O9, ext 249 or ext. 202. y~om~an~

8o9.924.6065.

al~git q~

ulwroerd with.

¯ ~lmltbe~ pT~rPierTrr~ng ~i d DlSl~me,

r°h.ne.n~

~;

l~e~tol~ls~sgasndors~e=nng

Pleas.ant working conditions.

SECRETARY -- good typing SEC~I~ train 2014598541 ’

ex.j]er!eneed,..(~’ood pa.y. Ex- ~nan~i°n.mOwUtvhouca& +oOicea

tlssocmleo Treaty managers,. . + ltY-begai, Fee

’ ’ eel/oat connJuoes. At once.

t ’t d " J skills¢ no shorthand pleasant 609.924-9360. Ms. Armstrong. po!d. to $178. Legal experience 609+924-9313 M chel e’s, 1225

"

enm. ann be p.art of one of the

working conditions in ’ not required. Just good skills.

~.,Rr,,,.q,v State Rd. (Rt 206) Pr nceton, most a~r.ess.lye real estate

established Princeton finn. wall Bob Martin, Snalling & - .. .? .... ,:,,., _. ’ compames m me state of New+

Excellent benefits¯ Send LAB ASSISTANT -- for Snelling 609-924-8065 e, pp~leauon now prong token __ . Jersey. /,..,

lit

¯ ¯ ’ ’ tar ~eeremry tar ~tony ~rooz BOOKKEEPER Part time

resume to P.O. Box 612, qua y control of diagnostic ...... -- +

~,.a,~, ........ ~ .... ~ Regional Sewerage autnorRy ex nenced to handle books

Princeton 0~t540. v ....... , ,,~ ~^v=, ~-,:,~

. pe . ,

B0 " ’

:v

necessary Send background ~ROUGII OF PRINCETON Typml~,.skilts required. Other for retail store, in own home Our exclusive Cert fed Home

to P.O I]ox 512, Pnncetna--=~e.n.theveiin~Uoor~namr: uesiran[.e ~llks: sn.urtnannj including sales tax and

SCIIO()L BUS DRIVER -- 08540.

&Warm Welcome programs

part-wine employment, two mu~, ugnc.ooozzeep!ug, ann general 16dEer. $3/hr. Call 609-

West Windsor Princeten area

are 2 new exciting programs

~ ~ays a we.is, tour hours each famu)arizahon engineering 449-4001 weekdays, that the Wall Street Journal

AM&PM hours available, will LIMOSINE DRIVER -- mast ay: aaminister ng rent vocaoulary. ~qua= op-" ¯ - ¯

help obtain special license,

wrote about n a front -a,,e

he avaiable Friday days leveling ordinancesandaetn=, per,unity employer, liberal article " °

009-896-9707. Saturday or Sunday must~l~ as secretary to the boar~ fringe benefits. 609.924-8881. ;;. -


familiar with airports neat requires some tYPing and a ’ MOTHERS rlteEr~ERi~ vb~r

SEC’Y to ass’t, supt. -- appearance. 609-924-O970. good background- in math; ’ - - P~ ..... " ¯ We pub ish our owu real estate

challenging, new position,

sa ary depends eu experience BOROUGHOFPRINCETON np~eworz.

mu ottle girl.

~=tung

6O9 92l

for

1577.

IF, yr. news,erie

r

which is

good typing and shorthand CLERK ’ITPIST. part time¯ ann:oqUa~ioCnat)ona~[ur~urt~er

CLERK-RECEPTIONIST for

i~stter~U~domtO b~/ers 160,O90

required, excellent benefits,

for insurance agency. Borough

Call Mrs. Kalikoff, West Administrator s Engineering ¯Department; "

Minimum 20 hours per week. Office

Windsor-Plainsboro Sehodl Borough Hall sala~open; diversified.duties

F ex b e Congen al Menu~entDr. Princeton 609~

DO YOU HAVE PARTY

District, 609-799-0200. .

incluaing answering pouncs PLAN EXPERtENCE~

surroundings, Reply to Box 924-3119. ’

If you’re looking for a

’- processing bi]l~ and general FRIENDLY TOY PARTIES

//03139 e/o Princeton Packet. ~ professional career with a

clerical work; accurate IIAS OPENING FOR professional real estate

EXPERIENCED BOOK-

FREE ROOM AND BOARD - typing essential~ 35 hour Work

~

MANAGERS IN YOUR

in exchange for babysitting

company, look no more.

KEEPER desired for SECRETARY -- general week;goodemplo.yeebenefits. AREA. MANAGERS FIND IT

weekends. 609.7o9.13~0.

real estate and insurance

For fort er nformation EASY TO RECRUIT

office work good typist with

agency. Insurance

~ contact the Administrater’s BECAUSE FRIENDLY hskyourfriends,yourinwyer,

background helpful. Per-

some accounting or office, Borough Hall, DEMOS IIAVE NO CASH or your hanker about us.

manent, part time. Reply to bookkeeping experience, 609- PART TIME secretary-- Monument Dr ve, Prineetonor INVESTMENT - NO

PERSON

024-6974. ~:xcmmnt typtst on ale- call 609-924-3119.

Bex #03139 e/o Princeton taphone. Hours flexible. 609-

C O L L E C T I N G 0 R Then call Ph Dizen at 297-~

Packet.

DELIVERY. CALLCOLLECT 0200, or 246.3172 after 5 for d

Wan ed o own and operate PART TIME permanent painlment call SECRETARY-Medical To 799-3866. PAR.T.-TIME SECRETARY CAROL DAY 518-489-4571

candy & confection vendin~ position for immediate em- 609-448-:1200, ext.216

¯ ¯ ’ ¯ __ . for tee Regional manning --__

’me. Pr nceten an~[ ployment. All union benefits. NL Industr eslnk

surrounding area. Pleasant Applyinperson at 172 Nassau WyckoffMillsild.

BABYSITTER NEEDED ~?o~’ ~rg;~tea~)~o=nne°.l°c~a~j SALES CLERK --full time B°ral~d;we~rYo~o~n;e£lho°~

foralv-l~-"~ a. ~ ~ Ingrid Shelling & Shelling Pr nee,on gift store Call I~ ..... ;,. e ., v .:% , SECRETARY/RECEPbusiness,

lligh profit items. St. Davidsen Market. ltightstown NJ ~., =’J ...... t, ........ ’ . ’ m

’ none, Ls’ uunes woma inclone .

time , stnPt ....... no ~ ...... ..~, ,_ =. _.. my

6O9-924-8065. a. . to 3 p.m. 609-921-6191.

rouune

,.

eier


eai

....

worK, an-

TIONIST -- MUNICIPAL

Can start part time. Age or -- An equal opportunity housein the morning. May go ~

~

swering ~ones, acti~ as a

’ENGINEERING DEPART

~Pu[~enCer~n°~$~gf~r~t~

emptayerM/F

SIIIPPING / DELIVERY

to your house later in the day, HESIDENT COUNSELOR - PART TiME -- insurance reeeptiomstandassistmgthe

MENT Permanent Position"

General" eorre .........


cos[ investment. Fur details CLERK- Immediate opening, . 6O9-452-1076. and supervisor for cellege agency- strong aptitude for Executive Secretary in ......... ov~-’.,.~,:~,

..... unng speemcauons tecnnmai

write and include your phone established firm 5 day week CLERICALPOSITIONS-part resident hall (125 women and figures and detatl, some various capacities. Accurate

reoo~ts tele-ho~e etc

um let’ 9-8. Clean drivel’ record ira’- and full time. General office ~ 25 men). Part time position college preferred, call 609.924. typing essential. For further u~.~," .... ;Y’~..¢o. m,i~

D’enartmentBVV perative. References duties. High school diploma SECRETARY WlTlt : good indluding counseling, 6700 ext 22 nformation contact the Ad- ’-"’:"":"?":~..’~""~:"~."t°:.’.

"’~",

3930 I~endawbrook Rd required. Call appointment 9- and good typing required. Call ar¢.anlzational skll.ls for busy programming, advising hall ........ -- ministratdr’s Office Borough a,~cn~°a~en°,.~eeretna:lal.,~ern°°

Minneapolis MN554~ 5, 609-395-0154, J.B Bus ~ss Jane Sehopf 000-021-6860 omee wltn mgn student government, and staff BOOKKEEPER ASSISTANT Hall, Monument Drive, ~

~ee tableV~ erie ce ~. :, ’ Services, Inc., Cranbury.,

r th

Applied Data’Researeh"Rt:

contact, good beaef Is, 921- supervision. ¯Training ex- &Typist-Prieeetoninsurance Prineetoo or call o99.924.3119

7101 ¯ Off ee of Student Ser~

=,;~P~..+ p~,.=n ,o =.~e

........ "’ ’’: ’ 206 Center"Princet’on?~An ........ her ence , n eounselin~. :EA a"e ....... L- ,0 ....... + .= ’ .... : ’ ~.~ ........ ; ~ ...... ~-, ,~v,-es,

, ,~,-~., ....... ~ ~v ...... ¯ .... sho han " M’

"i ....

eqti/d 0Fp0rtunityi’emp]oyur: vices, Westminster Cha,r required.’021-7101. Of~ce of and"organized person+. With ANEQUALOPPORTUNITY ~.ft a.d,~B^~...~eutary

I uouege. Student Services Westmnster some experience 35 ’hour EMPLOYER ~.’~"~=’h".v"~lt~v,~.~’=~:

"~

Choir College. ’ " . . ¯ ....... , ......

week, hberal fringe benefits.

h,o; ,,t e.,len,

,’ N -- standards ’clear ~elephone

O TI CE

1 ~ ’rElightLEP-’~’ON~ndbookkeeping.

Full time CLERK TYPIST -- full time i

wall f~09-924-8700.

DIVERSIFIED POSITION for voice; perso.nality, suifed to

] employment start im- c erk typist needed

et t team eltort anu cormal

F ~-- SEE~’

seer ary wi h good t ing . .

preferably with marke~ wU~Ld & I With the recent declsfon of the New Jersey mediately. Call 6o9-921-6427 for

PART time help housekee-er ~u’s’=--- Live-~n

skills, light bookkee~n~ re!ahons w)th. the public:

research exper ence excel. Im~,;,-’,~ n~H’t~Y,~

",

’-~ ~p, erson,,of fni ch~r,e",~/i,~;~,~L~ filing, ability to meet I~ ~alar~.. negotia?m, a;xeeuent

I Supreme Courf all newspapers In the state are appointment,

,, ...... ~,~.~r=,. 7,’.n ~s- -.--~, .......... a~ .rouser o ....... b ~-,~ --b]Lc’"~’ll-~- .... * t.t~.~,~., oenents ~enu resume in

l barred from runn/ng uny "help wanted"ads that

~

Rmgler at 452-8282 (r~JI. drlvein~onklngl~e~essasrYa and personallty..Monday thru eonf~enee, including em-

I dlscrlmlnatebetween sexet WAITER / WAITRESSES -- SECRETARY for t e common~,,,~C, ~,,Hh ~ Frluay9-5 Far interview eau v.~z ........ ~ ....... er

" ¯ , ’ . - - . exeerionced only Part time,

~

rhls ban mcluaes Ihe wording of the aa.

Director of College Counse ng perion’ce]~efeo’iloneev’es e~- Ellen fledges 609-921-7676 references to ~.R; Gessner,

I

full time Excellent tips

EXCEl LENT at lhe Pedd e Sc dO ~ , ,,,,~in

024-7260 ’

.~; L,~,’ Townsmp_tsngl~e.r,

I ve~/sement alonq with column heading,. Such Mishele’s ’Pr nceton. 6O9.924~ ¯ " hi gntstow n Must ave ahove

’ . l,lllsnorougn Townsnl

,i,i.ses "solesmun, "Girl Frldoy," maintenance

SECRETARIAL position with ’ " -- ---- Mu"’ci""l Bu=ldi

""

^-’

~P~

I 0313,

psycholog!eal cons~fing l’irm ~i~ie;ag

envJPonme .....

I[ laid I IG Ir U00 Illt¥1fllb¢OIIIIs

e typ)ng, shorthand, DRIVERSWANTBD

IH~ iluulage OlIe~ a0n x~ ~I’~oCTRONIC~,ENGIN~RA

~tom,a/m,~= ~,t,.r.,~..lnu=’~=t. Roa’d ~oshanic ’I~dw’~I’~rse~

I man," are against the /ow. Ads seekln 9 o

m rrmcoton area ~xcel eat , . , Exper oneet standard shift

CllI~ter

E..~I .......... 06653’ ’

"salesperson"or salesman.woman or"GIrI.Guy"

t p n , shorthand preferable. ~e to commln c~ " o with ’ r~t, r+r~,,:~ ~eaouate u~ n

I

needed for two children my ~ u

¯Pied Piper ice cream Borden- ’ . , ’

o n~ derab ’ I e tel e hone

y uug college oriented town Ave Old Bridge 238. electrtcal engineering Mast

I Frldayare suggested at ulternatlves,

¯

home Lawrenenville, 8:3:30, contact w tl c eats ~a ary have a o~ back r~i

-- ’

’ student ._ Salar y de pends on 442 , ..... ’, g g and n

We request Iho cooperation of our ad, Men.’- Fri. Start Sept. C~-WI-Pnmmf.nqllrflln ~ailh f~v onuny. ,,’or apnoimment n- ____ physics ann Instrumentation ACCOUN’rEXECUT VF

...................... " Io ....... ’

¯

I [verfisers In adhering fu this decision of the A207. ~rionce Ex,.etlenl I,nnern~ rvlewcallMrs, lleyos at 009. i~^’l,^ ,,l ~ov r, ..... ,~.~^ ~no,,vle~ge m transistors and

and vacation Telenhooe M~sa ,146@180 between 10-3 p.m. M- r ....... t.+ ....... r ~+~.o~.. digital circuits required. ! ubhshing & public relations

I Suprnme Courl, Tha advertlsnl" fs u/so Ilaf~le for r MEDICAL .......... .; .....Y ’ ~ ..... ~ ..... ’:~Y:~’,:’~:: , ’ ’ ’ ’

llnli at 009 0;;4-3600

F hring res me ~’;a;c’~i"~t~.~’~;s ~ any violations

?.~ ,~D I ractlenl experience n n- firm spccla]lzing in higher

¯ ] ’ ’ TRANSCRIBER

’ ’ ’ ,~,’" ~:. strumentaton repair and education Seeks quick &

" a~-’~~’For ret’uirec(’O’,;~"~YP"’~*o

a~"’’’~’y n intenance very desirable capa, e ’nd v dua Io d-

I For medical tocorda doparp BOOKKE ~P E ER -- Grow- , ,,,~ .,_..,, ..... , ,~,~,,~.,,,,. .... ,,,~ ,..=.o., -- .... .. ..... ¯

;.,,

,~ ,,,,~,

o.. .....

,~a.o ,~. Major responsibilities will minister accounts & act as

--’1 i ment, Full0mopoaidon, Gaod In .g, ~ eom p an y in Lob ..... ,.~llll

~,,t

tlw Ulll~¢,

......

v/ll~=~ull plu lU,Ssl,+lu~ guu ~ulllp~lt~[

q,h,~l! ¢~11~ e~o~,t~e.n nelude preventatives, asenforestab s ..,de ents

rh*Prin¢.tonP=¢k.tN,wspaper= South$ ...... ,Newsap~r! typist with dictaphana ax- su I field PP ~ needbaokkee ..... er ,, +, "

P = rex"~n..~"~n"’~nfi~nce~o"~ ....................

m ain te nance and repair of P,I u m st nowe(, k I gea lea out

300w herspoonSt.,P¢ln¢efonP,O, Bo~ 146, Somerville N.L pbr anca, Knowledge of experleneea m au phases el "’% ’ .... "- ~ ¯

~

complox Instrumentation igier eduea on, rove gun(

.... t~., ...... ’. medical Iolmlnology holphd accountin~ ....... g with +eed t in #()31;~l c/o L’rlueeton l-aeKet

(609) 924.3z44 ~

yp g ’ ’ ’ ’ .SAJ.ES.PEllSONNEL- to sell equipment involvlug both a editorial & [.Taphic sense be

IzU I) I:t3.¢i,,110,,~ Exca onl fringe banafita, Call sXUks, ,’lease sonu resume to ~ muustr a, Iomecare cleaning snlld state electronics nnd ahle o mike dec s des & to

----- ’ for appainlmant PetsonnalO-’ 11os #301, Kingston, N,J. 08828. nnnvv~,l;,.~,r, r ........ ,. products, Up to 25% com- hydraulics. Send resume to enardinate details & people

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Resumu to I ~, O, Box 012, . . . CLEANING PERSON ¯

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.typisl position available a II ~;UUI~ Saturduy, Experience ,t ,, ss~ et,, ,,.~ llux2123PrlncotonNJ ~1840

I .%%y:.~!_!oo_a,.o~? ~,in: II pmmad!.,a olm nla,gil!a 250: l~l;vof°~(~llo’..°,l~lcue,,,IngJ will TYPIST -- Needed hy Uuiled

4 LINE$.I INSERTION ................. $8,00 : PRINCETON +o,o.,,u .................. II oan, pnvam,,uaumsnna,paa,, v .................

+++,- ....

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navogoodtypingskilla, Subm[i I I Esporienco necessary In d. "+ "~ l,;ducallolt & Research Offiee MOIEL OFFICE MANAGER

(~lnsorilans’nochnngel) ............ $4,80 EMPLOYMENT qa,0haatlnm, provlo,a ax. II. ale.. cookno Peasen S o’t~ t d/r experience days, l’rineetonarea,pleasant

(WhanPaldlnAdvance) ffbllladadd,50

roqmr,omants to .wax #03138, I I commensurate with ox. ItEWAIIDING career? The Must be willing llt do routine Call 452.9090 after a.

AGENCY par~,~nco and aa~arv Ilwo,khm condltlan,, Salary INTERESTED N A ht Iranserlptiun preferred .wo!:k, ldoalfor.rotlredperson,

CLASSIFICATION ......................... C~ol.naceloneacsal [ ] potlanco, Liberal banofl a. Call May Agoney wants to oxpnnd efflce wnrk uloo an tip- ____

I I for appalmmant, Parannnal s opo’at one an needs ~eod purtul}lly far Independent

NAME,,, ........... ..................

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salespoeplo, We are members work, pnswerh!g inqulrlea, FI~IMALE VOCALISI’ wanted

ADDREES ............................... | THE CARRIER CLINIC ef ~.~ tmtionwldo reload,Ion Pr.el)!u’l!!g relu[tses .fro’ for working soul band, Call

I P_IH:nlT II n==/H:luu=an m~ servlcoandSomersetMul Iplo Itt!!!llcatu!ns: an!~ uss]atmg l,nrry t20L.297-2017orPctoat

..... Permmt°a’l~laeenwntsin I .._.Y.2~-"J. ’, TIMES PAID CHARO~

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.................... S oerotarial, Clnrlcal, I I~UHXESPUflUI’NI I I tZUlf ;Jb~-31U1 ]+~ rry nt 609.486.21100 research. St r,mg on o no

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nowIpapart Tha Prlncaton Packet+ The Lawrence

J ORDERLIES/AIDES I In USTA Education & ’,,;;;’Av’ ~’~,, ,,~.,.

352NauouSt,Prlncaton I I/ Iteseolch CellLOr 7t ", ........................ ,, )

NASSAU PLACEMENTS Lndgar, The Cantral Post, Wlndsor.Hlghts Herald, The

Pmmanam, lull time posltlant ii ....... l! ,, t~./ ,,, . (.olRnlUltlly lennia I roglam,

’609 ~ 924’""" ] ~w/+od~’"+l’~’a’lnfl~. ] I ,,,by Boa Hunt on sll ,hlllt ara avallablo In e I L;i;’L~.’t.".’.+.a.,.h+’.’+~.~’.’...’.

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...... Year rntlnd 0.5, 5 tklya I~.r

HIIhbaraugh Raacon, Ads may ba mullad In or

. , I ~;’~ack’a~"in’~ I /

p,lvata, psyallol,lo hospital, I

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lalophonad, DaodllnelornawadslsSp,m, Mondaylt JOB OPPORTUNITIES I ~,’;’";,,."’;"~ I /We Inoelallto In hmludo’ Paid vacatlan na[d I ,lUltT halt It -- NO OX. rugistratinllS ptlbllclty, pnma

Iheyaratobeproparlyclotlllled, Ads must he can,

I ..... ..... " """’. ,J",’ "_’"~ .... ,.’"’1/-- .",- ..... 7 .,’- scktm’sen -o nln= r’an’co,, I mrloneo neod~l will .train, etills, hltkkgoplng,’l’ypJtg

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RATES ore $3,00 for four lines 0r last for one Issue or THEOLOGICAL I ~’ ,,v,l,,r rum.nnm I / ............. I e/o Princeton PacKet, lmrSOll, SlarlhLq date ilU later

If orlEInally ordered in advan~at $1,80 addltlanal for SEMINARYI uu~;; ................ [ ] THE CARRIER CLINIC ~ IhnnSelll II oni’llcr II ~osslhhL

two contacutlva weak, or Ittuat, and the third In,

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sartlon Is FREE, Tharaulter. each consacutive Issue SECRETARIAL I I / ........................... ’: .,,. f,,, o,. ,.,,t ,,= .,.a,,.’r,,,enio,, t’,,m,,,,o,.y To,,,,+.

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TIIE PRINCETOIV PJICKET

ltm

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THE CF.NT~L POST

IUINDSOR-HI61tT$ ltEP~tLD

Thursday,Augast 14, 1975

"Seven For Central Jersey"

Class i fi’ed dvertising

CttlLLSBOROUGH

BEAC01~

llm Manville

News

The Franklin NEWS’RECORD

3-B"

Help Wanted Help Wanted

WAN’lED

-- a person ex-

CLERK/TYPIST,

responsible pericnced in all Mnds of

person with good skills, and building repairs, for

pleusantpbenemanners.N.eed" superintendent at a housing

od for directors omce in a project. Good salary, free

biological research company, apartment for family; other

eallAmber

201-1144-2555. fringe benefits. Rcply Box #

030B6,..c/o

Princeton

Poe.... ket.

EXPERIENCED HOUSE- ltEAL ESTATE SALES --

KEEPER -- wanted for’ FULL eli PAWr .TIME

9.adults Sept. l. Live-in. Muse AGGRESSIVE SALES-

be a good cook, and reliable.

PEI{SON FOR EAST

Over 35 preferred. Recent WINDS(Ill, WE.~I’ WINDSOR,

local references, please call & CItANBURY

AItEA. CALL

609-924-0381. s’rI,JELE I{OSLOFF &

SMITH, IlEAl/fOR, FOR.

RESPONSIBLE BABY: APPOIN’I~IENT.

009,149.8811

SITTER

w/light honsekeeping or 1~55.0080.

if desired beginning

Sept. 7 yr.

old boy 3:30 to 5. My home,

Twin Rivers. 600-448-5697

after HUSBAND WIFE team

I ~" D T

proferral)ly superintendent,

LMME

I.A E OPENINGS

- nlaintcnance man live in

~xpe. Fenced A-ray Trentenapartmenthousc. Call

Techmcian

and R.N. (LP...N), 609-303-5000. Pcsiiien open

mature¯ to assist OlllCC immedi’delv

physician - internists (full or

’ "’

parttime) Hightstown. Call

6009.448-0014

after 5 a m

"~ ..... ~ .......... "ELEPIIONE OPERATORS

~" JARDINIER ExneriencO

d

re, telephone answering

" ¯" --’ ~ ceded serv ce 24 hrs all shifts,

r vpart.tlme [la.cuener n ^ caper [~refcrrcd but will train

evenings ant1 baturaays, uwn ¯ ¯ ¯ ’

/ . , ,o,.o, Dh .... V looking for mlperwsery per-

! nings after six 509.921-2.

134. sonncl,

.124-r~00

anytime__.__________.

.

’ WE

have openings

for 2 ur 3

ADVANCE COMMISSIONS full time N,J. hccnsod Ileal

ma ng c reu ars Complete Es, t utc :~a/esfeolP/e~eJn~infi~e

’ ’ n acdve

a~,~..%

........ ~.-

BeginnersKit $1,60 (refu- ¯ -

dable) Send stamnod ad

ycars(Ifsuccessfulbusmess

to

- ’~ , ~7 " .-" its credit Call the lombardo

aressca envelope ior In- ’ , " -

formation, WMPL

Enterprises Agcj!ffy,.

~16~J~;,62(~,

lot roar

P O. Box 122 Somerset, N.J.

connoantla, I ...............

08873 ’ the manager.

CLEANING

PERSON~’anted, NURSES’

AIDES: FULL anti

l or 2 days a wk. in part time. All shifts ex-

Hillsborough.

201-359-0148. perienee pref. will Irain.

"--"------=-- Apply in person l"ranklin

CLERK-

Dcvcrsified duties, I Convalescent Center, Route

person office, Sept. to May, Z’/, Franklin Park.

¯ Summer

runs. dL Good ap-

titude for figures, pleasant

Melcpbenc personality. Men- MALE

VOCALIST

seaks back-

day. Friday. 9-5. Mail Resume up folk/rack musician willing

to Box 273 Ilightstown. to work

for the joy of jamming

with Ilioughts Imvards a mure

FARM LABOR

for poultry

luetalivc professional af-

filiation. Call Mal

(109-466.3811.

farm. 201-358-5208.

DAII~Y NEW YORK EXPEItIENCED

TRANSPORTATION

.needed.

BOOKKEEPER

- Nassau St.

Will pay $I0 per day. Good location

37=,,,

hr. week.

opportunity for a commuter, ltefcrenecs required. Call

297-5362

or 212-431-5092

collect. Mrs. Sherman

609.t/21-(N53.

School social Worker part- GUARDS

-- Uniforms fur-

time) N J Certification

nished. Work

in.Princeton..-

renu red" : ex6ei, dnc’c Lawrencevillearea~

For’appt.

iPrd)erred; ’Mail R~dme

to:

call ’201-~29-6021. Ap equal

CranburyBoard of Education opportuni y employer.

23 N. Main St., Cranbury, NJ. -------

~512~

ILEAL ESTATE SALES

[)nIMARYTEACHEB.^IDE PERSON

- wanted

to sell for

-’" .... ’= ’* ’m old establishcd

firm in

buncntlmc SU rvlsor part ’, ,

l" n Yr’ [~0 r ; a l cmnng

on GO years, with a

,Im~ enrd,lcaucn

p clerrefl.

r *o’" ..... Vl"" vast selcchon of choice

.en(. reaumc.. ,Cl’/U ) "lilt ¯ ’

Box 146 lli.htstawn

remdentml propertms plus

, o

¯

nmml}crship

in several MI.,S

---- services and a top executive

lIVE IN

rcl~atian program. For in-

- gcflcrfl|

’ o

bousekeenin,, el -’ ,

tcrvtow call Wetdcl I{c,l

i...,1~,, ;~.t3". ea.tng, Fstate ask for llichard Wcidel

..... j C~ualn~

anu oLc. I ,,~ i;. r~l ~n, t dan gO0

’Z17 1500

minimum

wage offered. Write ..................... """ ’ ’

to Box

/fd3137 c/o Princeton’

Packet.

llelp V(anled -- DENTAl,

ASSISTANT

-- l)cntal cx-

yDRAFTSMAN

FOIl PART-

lerienee helpful bnt not

’rIME WORK, Property necessory. Typing, Iigllt

surveys, Can work at home. hunkkcepin~,, CXl>erlenee

in

Call 609.448-3478

after 5 p,m. general office procedures,

4~,9

or5 days, nu nights, Itel)ly Box

-- #03120,’ c/o Princehm

l’ackct.

I,II,’EGOARD WITII CER-

~I’IFICA’I’E, part time, Call ---

Solar Motel

1W10-452.9090, S’I’(IItE CIJ’~IIK -- tort time

evenings & wcakcnds, Ex-

BltUt, ictuiou , ^r, ur;,e ixrricuee in.eferred, aver 18

SC O0 II ....... f "- "

yrs, nf ago, Apply in Iorsm

t [i IJ ~l~ I IO] 1~ ]U[ I Ii i, i , ~ ’

l’,llll Rivers

7 11 t lie

library lddo, an~l~

lunchrool,n ’ " " ’

altlca, Contact Brunswick

Acres Sc co, 201-207-(WI39,

for ’rI,’.LEPIIONE SOLICrroII

-:

Interview. sell. area .~wspapcrs. Ex-

perience tlolpful but m,t

----- necessluT, Ilourly rate plus

u~nvo,.,"m,~, imU~t,, incentive homls, Interested

lilt Oldll /i~l~ ¯ i~ ul~" ,

,~ ,~ ¯ ~..~ ~,=, , Imr es m y write B x /~2,198

l%lhl2+l

I~l$ ~l%lkl~ UI’ I + ( ~, + ~ ,

ch I lincetan I ackct

yellr old glrl, Mnoday

to

I£rldsy, 11 a,m, to 0 p,m,,

stsrtlng !.icpt. 2, University ’tIOTItAII COACII --

llelght8,

, ,~il17-11012,

Cnll after 5 irlv~ to d ’y st;hnnl

needs,

p,m, scmea c to help coach foot.

ball. If Interested,

please

senti

MAIN’I’ENANCE

MECIIANIC

rexumo

Ill Ihlx t/ (13112, c/n

¯ will experience lit ale l~rincctcn Packel,

I cnrpnntry, electricity l

q ihnnlllng for the mnlulonlmce

of bulhltn[iu nt u smull

llluslc IOO

I (FFPI’.]II for nccnilnts

pnlhte In I.+rllceion, F rlngo payahln, Exlmrlcncod

only,

I nOllnllbl hielilUn It lno urnss

,’lfll II no

ilrlilnnonl lloslihln.

llluc SIiIold Lifo Instlrnnce, All llooefilst plonse 8end

vliciillnn sick I~iy phls olhors, Ilnsunic to P,O, Box

fill

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Resumes Announcements .Personals Bargain Mart Bargain Mart Bargain Mart Bargaln Mart

COUCII - Avocado green FOR SALE.-- Maple’ tab e, iNEW .MINOLTA SRTI00

ItI~DIT -- Resume Edltlng. TIIE" PRINCETON

COt)P- EXISTING’CARPOOL--Twln

crushed velvet 3 throw COUNTRY ANTIQUES

tablecloth,

misc

r~-790-0748.

:camera

-- $425

or best

offer.

Objectivel.y

Personallzed.

ERATIVE

NURSERY

IBvcrstoCcnterCity,

leaves7

plllows,

10 ft. w/gallery,

It.

854 Whitcncad

Rd, & USI SCHOOL.

Nassan

aod Cedar a.m. returns

9 p.m,, 609.445-

Mad, carved dark wood, Wlcker,

good selectlonl

Callbetweenlla.m.

to3p.m.

Woodenantiqucslotmachlne,

Lawrence

Townshlp,

NJ Lane,

has openings

for 3 and 4 4819 or 443-4960.

’ $40 or best

offer.

Call

after

5

(LPC)

609-605-2595.

yr.

dids

for

tee

1975-75

school

custom made plastlc sllp marble top furniture, plercea IIEF~EE. p.m., 619-456-1458.

year. Please call Susan Gall

covers. Orig. $795. Asking tin pic safes, many .round

609-924-8748

or Kris Sheehan, YOUNG--

female writer fed

$375; Tortoise sheTl Table tablos and sets, chalra, Fmnch ZER--slde by side 5 months

Jobs Wanted

600.921.8040, or Pat Harding hair, green cyeslwoold

like Co Lamp, exquisite ean{l, ung. bakers racks jam cupboards, old, origina’l pr ce $700,

921-8599. mcct educateo man with

$260. Asking $100. 2 Sp. drysiaks brassbeds, ironand sacrifice fcr$460. Call after5 J.V.C. AM/FM

stereo with

diversoiatcrcsts.Specifybirth Wrought Iron ItANGING

brass beds good selecllen: p.m. 201-~7-3115.

cassette & turntable. 2

speallers, cost $350, sole

for

date including year¯ Write to LAMPS

for bedroom or living cradles cribs and folding

NEEDABABYSITI’ER?I

am LOOK,LOOK,

LOOK

’rhereis D,R., P,O. Box 304, Iflght-

room, Excellent condition, cribs (great for grand-

$125 or best offer. 821-8517.

mothers); chests of drawers ,FOR SALE

-- Firewood,

an experienced mother that parking at Princeton Station,

stown, N,J. 08520,

Orig. $250. Asking $100. fi09- and cottage chests Ice cream round & split, also Slab wood,

understands the economic "ltates 50 cents par day, $1,00 ,i,IB-1~142.

posit you’re in That’s why for over-night, by the week ~ tables and chairs, Ice box, call Carl 609-723.4060

after 6 MOVING

SALE: 1Bgh riser

my rutes’arcsu low. Range

$15 $3.60, by the month $9. The JOIN US -- Princeton Single CAR

BEll, Whirlpool washer many

lamps and fixtures, p,m, and bolsters $50, recllner ,f30, 3

piece bedroom

and 2 mirrors

to $20/week. Call me after 0 only overnight parking in Parents, Chapter ,’187 PWP, w/warranty, clothes ?girls &

OpenWcd,

thruSun, 10-8

$75 King size head beard $20,,

and I’ll explain. 609-448-7119,I’rinceton, Conviviality, awareness, boys sizes 2-5,, portable air MOVING

SALE

"r 2 single polelamp$‘5 Jdtchantable$ZS.

children’s activities, etc. 609- purifier, some baby articles. 201.658.3759 mattresses utility cabinet 2 Call after August 9, 924-7823.

EXCELLENT CARE for VAR~ & 443-3544. 609-448-8885.

elderly lady or couple, in my VAUDEVIL,

LE PRODUC-

Rte. 208

.

smallmagazines,bOys

heardsbikeS’anddeSkbricks.°ld

- 7mLaorthof Much more. Saturday, Aug.

home.

201-782-9572. TIONS OF PRINCETON. RCA COLORCONSOLE

T.V.-

SonlervllleClr¢le

¯ 16,8-5, rain date Sunday,

Aug. GAS GRILLS - Cbarm gto,

¯

Producers Mr. & Mrs. Ted WEDDINGS AIlE OUR no reasonablc offcr refused. Pluckemln ~

17.186Cedar Lanc, Princcten. Arkla, Cbar-brall, soles, parts

CHILD

CARE

-- experienced, Bartheld says would you like

SPECIAI,TY . Before you Call 609-799

3756

cx.tcacher references, to donate your talent for acccpl a b.’md can us - good ’ & service. H&tl Gas 608-448.

Family-style.

609-449.4454. worthy causcs NOW.

Possible dancenblo

music

for all ages - +

oppor[unities.

For b,inds of all rensomdlle prices. 201-359- MUST SELL All in Fine 14.1 CU.FT. REFRiGER-28" MALE SCHWINN

32.32.

’ Travcler, 3 speed, excellent

typeaanddancers acrobatsor IN87.

Condition Reehner chair, ~0; ATOR

-- "automatic defrost condition¯

$45. 609-448-4597.

BABYS

TTING

at your home vThatever. Wil teach free. 2~v(~ walnut lvrm. table & lamp, wich freezer unit, $100. Call LI’¢ING P, OOM

SET--Sofa,

matching

chair, coffee table &

any evening, $4 per bout, own to 6 years Hawaiian dancing.

,~^~ ( um"ur~taltT for’ $50; pole lamp $40; black 600.443-5635.

AIR CONDITIONER

-- 6000 2 matching cad tables $200.

transportation many Inferviews at our res. Opp. yq~. ~,,,,,:,~ - v white Zebra table lamp $20’ BTU$88;2ovenSearsElectric ;09.443-1782.

references. Call 609.466.1428. Princcten Hospihal. Call 009- nclp mrougnout pregnancy.., ladies bike $25. several types ONE’~air, flange, S149. 609-443-1937.

’ l-re nancy test avallaoie, ¯ ’ ’ ¯

¯ of ptcturcs& palntlagS 60~-

924-6471.

Con~de tal no fees. Call I~l. ~4a m

"~ ¯ 1 marblc top coffee table,

COLLE(~E GItAD -- B,A. in TRINITY ALL SAINTS 824-’/’348.

.._-_nu, large blue sofa, 605-460-03?8. PROGR’AMMABLE

scientific

soniotogy .seeks cmploymeat, NURSERY

SCHOOL

has Sept. ~ pocket caleulalor w/charger, NEW

9x 15 gold carpet. Two

Nood money for graduate

openings for3and4yr, alds, 5 ~L,0OliOdA,O ~ ANONY.- MOVING--Mustsellcantem- REFRIGERATOR-

must like new $1Z5 sound movie

gold crushed vcivet od,

camera w/elect, zoom, never cussional chairs. Please call

~beol Willing to do anything, day non-cooperative program, muu~ n~t,t- ....r+u zn~- ~,,, Ii~,im~ I.~aa m Set ~ofa

Wonhi

prefer work in chosen call 609-024-7046.

FORMATION

CALL 609-924- .P"~.’: .’T"~.’P :’~ . ~ , sell -- moving 15th. 2 door, used $75; Minox camera 8(YJ-~9-2820. . !

7502 Loveseat, unalr ~ooa cane. frost free, best offer. 609-921- w/flash telephoto" attached,

~-- $140; 12x12 Biegc Rug 2073. devd took,S100; 10 speed bike ORIENTAL.RUGS

- 3 Kir-

lield. Call 600-486.1001.

NEEDANEXCUSE

tovisitan IIIGIt’IZTOWN PLANNED $20 sleds $5 ca. DesR & Chair $30; electronic desk

Interior Design Studio? Here’s PARENTHOOD CLINIC

$15; 19" RCA

ConsoleColor

13/

CIIILD CAllE -- my homg a ~ood one. We’re holding our Mond---veni-,,s t~ 1 ~m aa,’. used $35; 19" Philcu B&W

"IV DINE~’TE

SET - small round calculator, $20. 609-448-8108 roans & I Ilamalan, must sell.

Monday

thru Friday. Fenced mid-summer

sale right now on oa~o =" ~ ’"~ ...... "~" $40 used; 9 x 12 braided rug wood & chrome table 2 mat- after 7 p.m. 1309..585.0199. ,

yardin Ilopcwell. 609-466;1864.all fabrics & selected wall ..... $15 40x60 Cedar closet $120; chiag chairs, rug 12x14

soft POOL ~ 12’ diameter, 36" A H CONDIT

ONER

for sa e

cuvcriags. 924-4794, Monday, 20" standing fan twospeed

$15. 2x3blue’ft.,2

persianetc,

all rugsexcell.apprOX¯con,

deep,&

covcr.32

toP$100.rail,600.448.1345.1adder

filter l"edders 9000 BTU

complctci

STUDENTCOOK--WiIIwork Tucsdayand Wednesday, 104. Call 609-466-0689

after 5 p.m. ditien. 60U.~5.2094.

Excellent condition. Best

GAY SWITCHBOARD

in- ’ offer, over $50. 609-’/99-0194;

5 days/week for $100, Em-

)llasis on quality, Private BICENTENNIALArts&Cmft

formatiancenter. Cal1609-92t-QUILTS- llandmade

nnnes en y. fio9.921-et35. ShowSunday-Octoberl9,

1975

2565. Best hours 7-10 p.m. ¯ pliquns and embroidery. ~i STUDENT MOVING

AND CHAUNCEY - JEROME

ART SALE - green epoch BeehiveCIook circa 18505185, FINE BONE

CHINA

Shelly’,

10-4 p.m. Princeton Italian-

after 5 p.m. 609-737-2197.

enlenialsewing machine.desk, Ansonia Cleck Co. cast iron

American Sportsmen’s Club color tv 2 a/c, woven seat’ black "Slame’shelfelook $55. England. Service for 6 ap-

F+XPEItlENCED MO’MER

Princeton Lions Auxiliary RIDE WANTED

-- from SOLID CtlERRY Breakfront. chairs coffee table, Rattan 860-4484913. prox. 60 pieces $500 firm.

avail;Ible for child care, my Tables and space - 609-452- Princeten Jet. to Allentnwn, $12S, lg. round coffee table head boards, office chair, ltcply P.O. Box 274, Pen-

home, dead end street fuel 0077. N.J., Men. thru Fri. around 0 end table $35 each steel can-

leadsofmisc, pictureframos SANYO

-- counter top nington, NJ ~534.

tinie, 600-448-5873.

PARENTS,

are your children

p.m. Call 609-789-1568. alsters, bawls, fra~es, etc. men s women

s and childrcns ’refrigerator, 2 cubic ft. Size,

¯

entering kindergarten, 1st or

608-448-9232. clothes, ornaments records, ibrown. Suitable for dormitory MEr)ITERRANEAN

SOFA

.etc. Original pain{lags and orsmall apt. $70. Call 600-882- Excellent condition,

2nd grade? Would

they like to prints, Saturday, Aug. 16th, 8 0863

"evenings. ’ decorators piece blue and

work done in old world Woods 1 3 4 5. Excellent

Princetofi,’609-924-57J2.

white. Call 009.709-~00.

2 COLLEGE JUNIORS larticlpate in a psychology ECONOMY

upholsterers. All GOLF

CLUBS

- Spalding Elite

a.m. on" 60 Locust Lane,

looking fer lawns to mow

& no stody’.’Willpay$2ferahout45

tradition. 609-443-4646.

lawn loobig. Call BOff008-B99.minutea. Call 609-452-4455 condition $75. P ease ca 609- . CANOE

GRUMMAN

- 15 foot

0072 or doe 009-~16-1785. weekdays

from 12 to 1.

924-3284

after 6 p,m. standard, rarely used, good =

............. " I{OYAL DOULTON

-- bone cond. ears & cushions in- ONEYWELL

PENTAX ESII

¯

l’lt~ Ulnl.~.a.A -- lormerly -- -- -- china Chant v Rose Pattern cludcd Best reasonable offer ,,~ q rnra r I a Rrnnd

¯ N~D

...... , ......... ’ Dex-A-Dict. New name some FINE FURNITURE

- ex. Servi~ for 12-Original pr ce 609-’/99:3353

eves.

" nel~a~"un~ler’"(va~ran[~,

"~[

~,r, ,~,,r’i t.al+u x.E ~. ,,,,~r,~.r,,,,~,~ r,~,., ~,.. formula cansu es & tab ets at ce eat condit on Living morn 450 Now

2~) or ~cst offer , ’ ’ ’

lho Lnwrpnt,o Ttun Vn~i~ t~tul~t~.tm~ l.,:lx vlut~.- .. , ~ , . ’ $ ¯ $ ¯ ~ .)24-7,102beforeSa.m.orafter7

w- ,- .... -:-- -.:v. v:"’-’ SEH.Y SCHOOL

has several Thrnt Drug. )vmant topic. & lamp $5,0 609-924-8344 TIRES

- 3 f-78 14 many miles p.m.

Employment ~ervlcc. men- ¯ ¯ beaut ClUn cnair $65’ ~edg

.,.. u.;.~..

,.~ ....... onenmgs

for children ages 2-5 ~ . ¯ ,. ~ left $30. Call

609-924-3100

9-5

.,

.v .Y ~ p., uwJ o~,u SOlO$115 lounge/end $25 Barbara

~0~" .......

- .

all day or half day. Openings REDUCE

EXCESS

-- fluids , . ; , ..; ,.. p.m. ask for , . 4MODERNOAKdiningchairs

moo pole amp $20 tape SWIMMING

POOL stlilrom

’~ start ngSept 3 state ccnsod with Fluidex tablets only$1 89 lain -15 marble ;co -" , ’ -- originalcost $150 each make

¯ ea I 197-1956 at " r ft Dru~ ’ " .,PS ~ ; .., c~ta flood DIRT CHEAP-

2’-24’ offer 4 lar’~e floor ~ill~,vs ~10

CIIILDCARE

= nl my home. °’ taale $B5; m Kassa’ cnina ro-n h alum hum ’ i~cv ACME

J~ICERATOR--

fruit ... : ,, ~ ~ I,.v . ,.+ ¯

llightsto@n’.

’Full time/ 609:.’ ,,i ........... " ....... nj,X~~i~J,2

I*

scrviccfdrll$25. M&Ebil~ B[~ca~l~’~i~761~

dolhnlei’d’~7i[~ andve~t~tablejuid@

lik’~riew ~.i~.~o,{’~n"~,~,’,ues~

ru~’’ lust

+m:t+54,,

,+

..........

,, i’+iTRJTJT;74011’S’i~

+tV+sci/~E~,es[ahl Wltl sell fnr $12

I~ Onl Iodnstnl type h,avorse rod I

~ot~, ii~:~?~ ?:! i] ~ii~. ~ !

I

l


Bargain Mart

Bargain Mart

"Seven For Central;Jersey"

Class ifiedJ dvertising

*I-IILLSBORO~H BEAC(~

De Manville News

The Franklin NEWS’RECORD

Thursday, August 14, 1975 " ’’~!f

ImPSrted and domestic yarn,

needle point, crewel work,

rugs andaccessorles will be

found at

BM’IlOI)UCTIONS TIlE KNITTING SIIOP

6TulnneSt. 609-924-0306

Kittinger Furniture

Deeorutive Aeeessories LION~ER

FinoGifts ¯ old and new TRAINS wanted by collector.

Will pay up to $500 a set or

$2500 [or your collection.

Please call 609-585-9218 after.5

p.m.

15:iS. MuinSt.

Jlightstown, N.J, "RUBBER STAMPS

609.443-5501

School or College address.

Home, business, zip code.

Rubber stamps of all kini/s

and sizes made to your order

Beaatiful Velvet ARM CIIAIR at:

-- 2 nlodern hrass table

hunt)s; CycleGard alarm IIINKSON’S

system; Sanyo car eassette 82 Nassau St.

am/fin sound system. 609-448.

3170.

Used~ery

deseripllea. Largest collection

M’OV~ lb in Bucks County. Dally til 5

Electric dryer. 2 yrs old $95 closed Sunday. Edison Fur-

tJull after 7 p.m. 609-259-3008. niture, Doytestown, Pa.

DIAMOND - Insert white gold ~EA WEED - Liquified or;

we~ldiog hand. approx a/4 granular. The ideal plant

carat. Best offer. 609-448-9363. vitamin. At Paterson’s Nm

¯scry

Lawcenceville Road,

KI’2NMORE DISIIWASHER --

Pr neeton.

good condition, asking $75. 201-

1144.8989.

Brand New -- Sofas and sofa

beds, $88, mattresses $22.

TItIPLE DRESSER -- night 609-443-4646

stand, trundle bed. All or m-. I)IXIE lIED & FOAM

diyidu;flly. 201-828-5965 after 7 Wed. to Sat. 12-7

I).m.

116N. Main St., llightstown

DINING ROOM SET Pa. GIANT FLOOll PILLOWS-llanse,

solid cherry, drop leaf 36 x 33, dacron polyester filled,

table wl 2 leaves & table pads $19, Waterbeds, $35. 609-443ca

)lain chair mates chair 4646.

s c cmrs, a chairs w/

needlepoint scats hutch w/

or, own glass doors, tea wagon,

all ia ext. tend. Cost over

,ITPEWRITERS - Electric~

manual, portable office

$2000 now hut will sell for $900.

G09-800-0517.

models. New, reconditioned.

ADDEB.S, CALCULATORS

Name brands, Rentals,

Repairs, Trade-ins. CENTER

EI, E c’r I!. l C TRAINS BUSINESS MACHINES, 104

REPAIIIED. l buy and sen Nassau St. 609-924-2243.

ow & uscd trains Jay’s Train

Rcladr. 201-828-0763.

’riie CItlCKE’r CAGE

I:ItI’;EZEIt IIEEF Is now located at 81 Main St.,

Ihune grown naturally fed Kingston.

steers. Cut to your own

specilication, wrapped ~~d.

Imported Fashions

llaodmado doll houses and

frozen. Kaufman Farm doll furniture

,166-0773. Greeting cards

"" Ant iques .,

SUMMEIi SPECIAL-:DIP ’N’ Craf s ..i ~I,~: : ,.d, ,~

STRIP is once age ry ng o

609~921-3038 ""

UPRIGHT G RAND TOY TRAINS WANTED- GE’I~ YOUR PRICE-Consign GARAGE SALE -’Raln or Prln~:eton

PROFESSIONAL GYMKANA Quarter Horse -

Philadelphia player piano, any make age or condition, tables.

your .antiques

Will also

and

boy.

collec-

River

shtne.

from

Moving.

Mexico

Small

Spain

articles

France, SmallAnimaIResoueLeague

RIDING INSTRUCTION 15.2 hands, gelding, saddle

;Needs some repair..$75 and For quick cash call 609-394- DriveAntlques.Tltusvllle. 609- Austria - storage unit, 2 round

. taoloded; ~8, ’ , ’r

you move it. 61YJ-799-:FJ02. 745:1.

~

-Private only

737-1351. end tables, garden statute’St.


-Certified Instruction IRIS][ SETTER PUPS - AKC,

Francis, Mexican lantern, all

.Beginners tbru advanced shots, Whelped 6/17,

"(BUY fill kinds of old and tibt ANTIQUE -- Brunswick- priced to sell. Saturday,¯ Aug. .Age 5 thru adu t reasonable. 609.448.9136

FOIl IIEGINNERS in the fish so old things. Silver, china Blake Collender wind-up 161h~to4p.m. 47 Deerpoth- -Class time- 1 Iw.

world 5% gal. aquarium glass, bronze, cldisonne’; victmla.’Good working cand. signs from Snowden Lane. .-Complete program includes: LARGE PONY - Registered 4

conlplete wilh stand tank furnltaro, paintings, ctc, 009. Console model with storage ’Text-Riding

cover light pump filter 924-7300¯ ext. 5. yr. old. works welIon flat,

cabinet. $300. 609-771-1267. MOVINGSALEReldlnLiving lforsoandtackCere

heater tbermomoter $20. Call

Room Must Sell. Decorator

started over fences. $500,~.

201-’.L59-5052 after 6 p.m.

Phone 448-0155 weekday ,.

4.6 vICTORIAN highback SEAT WEAVING Materials, Items: mirrors, plaques,

STAGANDOEFARM

dining ream chairs. Price

paintings, prints, sconces, ~

STABLES

2o" BOY’S SPIDER BIKI,~ -- open. 2,01-828-~39.

pressed cane & whole weaving statutes, shelving, 6’ x 7’ wall

eane. The Stripper, Hamilton unit, chandelier, brass rods,

609-737-3242

$30, 24" glrl’s standard $20

tSAVE)

Sq. 609-586-7739.

16" Schwion Plxic $20. 2- 20"

porlable fans $I0 & $42.~t. I~19.

CORNER CUPBOARDS -

morn dividers lamps, lamps,

curtains drapes, glassware, WE NEED A- REFRIG- HORSE PASTURE-- 4 acres

440-962,5,

Jelly cupboards, blanket

chests, 1 drawer stand, chest ’AItM~ED ceramics, wine rack, bed

of drawers, Oak china closets,

PERSIAN CABPET -- paisley oak desks and other antique

design, 9 x 12 Kerman, call 20f furniture. Also antique

828-2055.

American clocks. 201-297-0914.

)OWN IVlUMMY SLEEPING ’COLLECTOR -- pueehustag

BAG, $60. Also reel type lawn all U.S. coins, collections, Top

mower, $30, 609.896-1033, Prices. At home appraisals.

~201-297’~5573,

l,’Olt SAI.E -- eostom made

bass reflex speaker cabinet.

Casters and handles and

vynyta Iol~ covering. Two Musical

new l.ansing Kl30 15"

speakers.

-

Asking $275. 609-td24 Instruments

:n)33.

ELECTRONIC CALCU- ’. FENDERSALE

I,A’IDR --for sale, SUM model Stratocaster, P. bass, J. boss,

616 desk top printing Rhodes pianos twin reverb,

calculator $400. I:,09-921-7200, all amplifiers.

0.p.m.

40%.50% OFF SALE

Gibson Guild, Martin,

Ovation, Rickenbacksr, Sunn,

FOB SALE- 1957 GE" por- Altec, Ampeg, Marshall.

1able dishwasher. Good Shure microphones 50% off.

working condilion. $15.609-921-

7055.

Manville Music Center

49 S, Main St., Manville

201-722-~22

’I’EAC’ .’ 450 cassette tape dock

-- Slats of the Art Performer,

barely used. $325. 009-799.0250’TRY

BEFOHE you boy --

after 4:30, ’

Iteol a piano with option to buy

- Rent money applied to

)urchase. Call Miss Brooks

AiR CONDITIONER FOR IilFJ-:~12-7133, M fl n P ann &

SALE -- I month old, 8500 Organ Co., 2:14 E. State St.,

BTU, 9.9 EER, 7/5 ampo., Trenton N.J. - Open any eve

$235. Call 609-466-1897 after 6 )y

’~

appo ntment.

p,m.

2-PC. SECTIONAL couch/- PIANO -- Kimball 3 years

matching rocker arid foot old, upright. Cost $4,050. Early

stool, $40. Youth bed/bead- American Maple with matboard,

$20. Bunk hods and comg bench & light. Like new

mattresses, $25. Table, $5. eond. $700. New IIope area 215-

Dresser $8. End tables book 794-8489.

shelves and ful s ze bed

frame. 201-359-6094.

WOODEN KI’rCIIE~ SET"2 ’

Porcelain topped table ideal

help Ym Jest llle inDat on.

fro’ summer home or

Painl’sh’ipped off, doors $9, Itaurs: Tues-Sat. 10-0 Sun t-5 basement. Call 201-359-3057.

shutters $4. All furs turc

slrippcd refinished and

repairedol reasonalJ c prces, ECONOMY apholsterers. All Gl{A~nd

Dip ’N Sh’ip 49 Ma St w.ork done in old world chest, 9 x 12 beige rug with

Ki Igslon.. 609-924-5f£8 O~n tradition. 609-443-4646. pad. Good price. 201-725-1083.

Mi?oday Ihru Saturday’, 9 lo5.

PLANTS, llanging Baskets, CAI,II"OIINIA -- king size

Terrariums. We do plant ’uter hed, Inne frame heater

I,Y I)IA’S STITCIIEIIY parties. Call The Potted Ihermostat & liner. Oniv $150

ladies 609.443-3646 or 440.9249. Excellent canditnnl. Call 201-

I.’ahrics putterns yarns,

needlepoint, crewel kits hod

It21-84~3~ --

rtigs, chissea chil~Jron’s PI,YWOt)D SIIEATIIING --

summer etasses.

ext. new 4x8 3/0" $4.48 I/2" Wanted To Buy

$5.40" 5/8" $7.28,’ 314"

I,YIllA’S STrI’CIIEIIY $0.50. Kiln dried lumber

2022 Ghdnls Plaza l x3xB 39c, ( 2X3X9 ll0c, gk4xB 9,)c, r,

Allenlown, N,J. Andersen windows, 25% off, WANTED TO BUV --

609-209-2:112 ~.5% off textured bit plywood photographic enlarger,

siding 5/0" 4x5 $11,60 sht. Can maximum pries $75, Call Scott

delivev. Call collect 215¯275- after 5, fg~9-799-2845.

III.:DS WIIIII,I,’,SAIA’: oil:f2.

609-,H3-4646

Iilxie Ih,d & Penni MOVING SALE -- WhlrlpeolWANTED-

mad ,I harness

Wed, toSal. 12-7 wtusher and drier, 7500 series, jack type floor loom,

U0 N. MainSt.

llightstawa

still under warranty, $335, Minimum ’,10" width, Call I;o9.

Sears Craftsman deluxe power 737-2810 with Information or

mower, 22" cut, grass catcher, write I,udwig, R.D,, gi Box

self¯propelled under warranty 400, East Stroudsburg, Penna.

F’(IAM IIUIIIIEIt/It until Sept. ’75, $105, Twin II1301 ,.~_i

lqll,V WIIOI,ESM,E mattress/box spring/metal

l,’or your hnmc, camper, huot frame used 4 mos, Sl0g. Area

009-,H3.4114ll rugs, all like new: 12’KI5’

Wanted - Used Buys BIKE In

l)Ixle lh,d & l,’oaln Avocado wool $65 9’Xt2’

good cond, ition for g )T, old

Wed, laSat,, 12.7 nvocado/llrewn reversible

refugec calld, Will pay $15.

lltl N, MalnSl, hrahl, $50; O’X12’ purple shag,

111}9.4411.25’11 afier 5 p,m,

lllghlshlVnl $40, Art Steel 30-shelf cabinet,

virtually now, $65, Firewood,

:~ cord, $40; hoses & garden WANTEI) TO BUY - lend/lot

equlpmenl,$30 conten)pcrary sultahle for small homo terms

I’A ItlN ET I)IhPI,A YS nnlst llo

.~nhl tO Illilko rnnnl tar nov.,

psm lumps, green $25, black &

desired, ~lease call 609.083.

displays, Aristocrat l~itchen;i chromo $1~,. All rcasanablo

t15’,12 niter o pro,

;~2 ll.lth, 33, Mercervllle,

offers considered, 201¯403¯4102

daysl 509¯024-9471

WANTED: footlocker and

cvuslwknds.

wumnn’s 20" hloycle In Rood

(~lll,’rUlll,:l) MAIIIIIJ,] vualty

coodltlon, 0(~J.0244ll27,

h)lis, l,’nctar~’ huller, Seennds,

(Bid cah)rs. Save 21I-,IIP)(, Aitng

l’oly.Mnrhle 7:1 Socnnd St,, I,’,N(;I,ISII ’rAC{ A’gont o

Wanted CI INA UI,OSET/

Somervllle, N,J, 201.~0.27/7, saddle Pelool lilt exco oat glass door, amp!o s Iolvln]J for

caodillnu. $100 firm, Call after staring & dlslnnymg crone,

0 or weekends ~01.’,Bt},’,HlI7,

I I,A,% IC I,INEI} :t0 III l S ael

oo9.4411.405a,

l,lruulS, l,"i,(Ri ell, Call ~it

Slln llll9,,Hll,0,ll3,

I,IVIN(I IIUOM ’rAIIIJ~S - I,IONI,~I, ’~ItAIN SETS lind

Mediterranean ¯ I cucktall 2 nthors, Also nnglnos oars

’li ,iNNIS BAGS AND oral tahlea In good caodlllou, oocossarlos, oatalogs oto, I

!;ARI,IYAI,LS lal qnollty (ill9 ,,I.III.00011,

laly np I0 $1000, tar florae Sots

lirallU lllllile 31i per oeot

nr collectloun, Call for irao

dli~COIlltl, (i()9.4,111.[1592,

esllmnlu, 809.11117.3333,

I"ENUIN(i ST(IC (All ~

whlo x 5’ hlgh $I0 50 11 rlll It

’. IIIcVcl,l,l IIEPAIItS l,ombor Company 201,’~7. WF. BUY STAMP

, We Buy anll ~II 113(XL

COI,hl,.ff"rlONS

i TIiHI31 AUT(IS"(lllES

’ 2.1.It1 Wllhorspnon Street

IIAII,IIOAI,ITIES ¯ ow aek

609¯i)i4.3716 erensodod t" x 0" x I’ $6,~i,

Itarllan I,oml~r t:nmpony 101. N ~ i: ) UASII? llayhlg a[I,LI,A,

UFISTOM IIllAIq’IttlES 257.93(XL

~llvor c ilns. IllOll in (i()lla/l~

Call

and hnlhm V Nlckols, 2111.712.

Ii~IIII,

t~1.4,13,49413 IqllilllMl.~ } { ¢(Y’ ,’ tOM

IIIxlo Ihul ~ 1,’aa m our IluhL~ lo yatl~ unlauohod hy

Wed, ta gilt, I’~.7 h[0’,ay ()f lilly Idnd nweol cu ’o ’WAN’II~ } "O IiUY Se’lUl

0N, Mol St IleRO( ’3 I 4 [ Oil a y~ all p el, ililIi r, bra~., l oIIt[,

bonna illckod ove ’y day, groe n i fl Sll ash elecli

, , lllglitHtown

anil yolhlw ltl ItliSl=, lapuilqeo, ida, ig iillvq’, ale flu tls of

, t ,3~Z ,.HI IIEI~I" - excel|catioppo

% o lell nnoral lllCaa(l i! lUrllhlga, hlduldrhd lulsinollH

t ul!lily,, fed an lla,ll!tlr.a: ,bayiollnl

3 IhneH li wook, SwooI or lO’Ivalo Ceil’eel ma.rk,o

lUIII grltln, lie Sloroll$, IIIIIvI!s corn fo’ [’iiog Ill alll IIrakoprlca,

ellHll plud, ~, l£1an

e0t f i nl’dgr

,

litel!a,d,~ lid ellod II,~ SkllmanNJ II/4’)ra Motli ~Cu, I Ie,211111CI np in

IIt|d Ilall/I irni;on, WlU llellVar, mile wt~t i f ’a I o I~ 0 while lid. 8ninety le, N J 0571

fl(li].I00,I1937,

IIleket [elteO, I~(lli IYil,W,ll, llhano ~1 ,7111,211 ,

ERATOR IN GOOD WORK- of grass wiib shade, $25 pur

spread, tfir6w pillows spice ING ORDER. IF YOU month, 201-359.84~5.

I,’UItNI’rURI~ -- ’file BRASS

rack, books &" knlck-rlacks.

HAVE ONE ’fro DONATE

TACK -- 280 George St., Nov,.

Items mostly Meditarranian PLEASE CALL US.

Brunswick N.J. 201-246-1333. FREE -- Shepherd-mix

Itears, ’rueo. thru Sat., 12-6. style. Also a portocrib, baby’s puppy. Female, 9 weeks. Has

dressing table, stuffed 4 year old spayed poodle, had preliminary shots & is

animals. All items like new. Black.

BILL’S ANTIQUES -- "We Come browse week day night

Male pure bred 3 year old wormed, 609-448-2833.

specialize t~ Iooattag items of from 7 to t0 p.m. and Sat, &

Welsh corgi, Pemhreake.

interest to you " 510 Sun.,from12p.m. to5p.m. 128 Femalelyr. old Scotty poodle

Pleasantvlew ¯Road, Housingtan Pl. Twin Rivers, btack&white, smallinsize all DOG’ BEIIAVIOR PRO-

Hillsberough, l mi. west of 206, Quad IInr. 7-11. 600-443-~M. shots. evenings.

FREE LOVE-I am a smell"

male dog looking for a good

home. I am healthy, 2J/z years

old loving and hoesebroken.

Please call 609-882.5960 after 5

p.m, ,

POM~ -tlomera[sed

I mole, 1 female.

Born May 4, champion b end

dee. $250 each, Call 609-771-’

9517 before 2 p.m.’

’ BLEMS -- solved by

Male 10 weeks old all shots, professional psycanlngist in

left off 514 Amwell Rd.,

beagle pup. ’ your home. 1109-466-2013 or 449- LISTEN, "WE’RE KITTENS, l./

Neshanie, N.J. 011953 - "We GARAGE SALE -- Ltaess, see. 8 wks. old. Fluffy and "

Buy & Sell -- Consignments glass blocks, picutre frames,

Male adult schnauzer type 9391.

Welcome." Call 201-359-6402. some furnitare and a lot more

dog. ’ ....

playful -- the whole edorab e .~

bit. But our humans keep

Male 4 year old, 14 lbs, pure ’~UPS’ WANTED -- In litl~r"

quality items at low prices, bred Pekingnese, praters lots for resale us pets. Phoue

saying things like "Yap. Only

IIELI, POST AN~rlQUES Saturday Aug 16th from 9 to 6.

one way to skin a "cat." Please

adults. 1609-452-5903 I~rore noon.

Cnileetibles Furniture & 9 Merritt Lane, Rocky Hill, ’ Male black labrador.

help us before it’s too late.

O Lamps ’ N.J,

We’re free. Call 609-737-9367

Many interesting items

201-059-6730

GROJ - Get rid of Junque Sale

beginning at 10 a.m., Sat. Aug.

OPENDAILY

9 and Sat. Aug. 16. 3

Springwood Dr. Lawren-

Just West of 205 Dutchtown - ecvi le.

N.j.Itarlingcn .Rd., Belle Mead, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY,

AUGUST 15th & 16th 10-4,

TIlE LANTERN ANTIQUES - bicycle baby items, clothes

Copper & Brass cleaning. S householdand many more, b g

Main St. tNext to Hagerty selectim, small pmees. 5 & 10

For st) Cranbury, N.J. 609- cent items for children. 695

395-0762.

New Rd., Monmouth Jet.

’EMPIRE SOFA newly 4 ROCKY BROOK RD E.

upholstered in rod velvet.S250. Windsor. Aug. 16, 17, Lu~ber,

Will deliver. 2QI-297..2,.544.

bricks pump. Clay pots, fans,

AN’r~der

trains household items,

sleighs, ice skates, amplifier,

back arm chair, Shaker marble slabs, 609@15-2995.

reeker tall grandfather clock

lilt-top table, Victorian side

chair, enters. 60~-737-2092.

MOVING SALE - Sat. Au~. 16

9-3. Recliner, bed steads,baby

CORNEB. CUPBOARDS - equipment, bicycle, lawn

Jelly cupboards, blanket mowers wmher work bench

chests, l drawer stand, chest two l"xl5"xl2" pine boards,

of drawers, Oak ch[naclesets, lots more. 86 Jefferson Rd.,

oak desks and other antique Prlnecton. 609-9FA-~78.

furniture. Also antique

American clocks. 201-297-0914.

WAN.TED:.,,Used acooustic.~ .’ ......... , ~ .... ; ..... LIVING,ROOM SALE r, baby.

guitar good-~.,condition,,, 17it~J:l~l~i3Li~ii hr~um.thl~l~;.

.’’

clotksS TV’,eti:,J-5,Wyrihreo!~’;’

nrcfor’ablv w th ease a.)V~r,~.4~;’~=~ ’P Female beagle type dog small

n sze.

¯ " Feeds and Grains

Female German shepherd for all animals at

type dog.

ItOSEDALE M ILLS FREE - Grey and wi~ite fluffy

Male shepherd type pups, 10 274 AlexanderSt. kittens. Please call 896-0347.

weeks old.

Princeton

Call’afiout our assortment of ¯ 609-924-0134

R1TTE~I-- white, free to goed

kittens and young cats.

neme. Litter trained. 609-924-

Report lost and found pets MUST "SELL-Elegant

8652,

within 24 hr. period and call thoroughbred mare, Papers

the police if you find an injured 7 years, 15,2, exlremely gentle,

pet.

PERSIAN KITTENS -.~ black,

sound. Beatolfer. 201-1121-8423. f e m a 1 e , " "$ 3 5 ,

UNREGISTERED. 609-924-

Call Mrs. A.C, Graves, 609.921.

8271.

6122, 8-4 p.m. By appt. Sat. 10-

12.

~’REE black Labrador puppies.

Call (201)359-4755.ALL BREI~.I~S- professionall ,r

groomed in my home. Call for

A. all our animals are IDE.~I, FAMILY HORSE - appointment. 609-466-1647. #

healthy, have received Gentle, gelding, 15 R grey,

shots and have been 21}I-873-3732 evcn ngs. AKCMINiSCH-NAUZERPUps

dewormed. Many are - M&F, champ bred; nonneutered

and spayed. Ri~GISTERED BAY TB shedding, salt & pepper., 609-

GELDINGwllhpapers 16.2h 9 888.0725 after 6 p.m.

P. persoanlity plus pets yrs old, good pleasure horse

available in assorted been shown successfully in

sizes and hreeds - even equitation 609-448-4736. BLACK GREAT DANE -some

purebreds, puppies, 5-weeks old, pure

Beautiful Palamino MARE, 5 orna, no papers, 201-359-3219.

’A. all our animals are yrs, 15.2 h, ;h T,B. & ~/z Q,H.,

guaranteed a new Responsive talented jumper.

home. There is no time

GOLD & BLUE MACAW --

Co lege. Must se , Asking and blue-fronted Amazon

l)m.it -. none are

Destroyed .............

$500. 609-758-7089 or 448-3774 Parrot beth talk. 609.46~-1~22.

, ’ ’.

~

~ih~’~inh "4 " West "Dfitch Neck Rd ~ E : V,,what " .ATTN HORSE,NUTS".Ihat ,i;,,,~:n .~, ~. ~,:,,t,. :] . :,.,;

¯ makea..this all,+ ,, - " ............

LABRADOR/SHEPHERD:,-~ ~,

especially looking for a a~u,~r~ nt~.n~4.~t~ Windsor, 10-2:00, Aug. 10. .,possi.,e., ’hi ~, , o.i,,~l~ ....... want sometmng lar nO[SlOg"

Lovely bay T B m t5 3 h 11’ A’ tai’ge’,Rentle dog,~ well:

Martin, Call 609.395-1253 after ...................

donations from people

5 p.m.

u.,hn i,.,Iro l~’ilv nnl y rs . Old, " ’ fantastic ’ ", ’ bred ’ traieedand-housebroken, free,"

JELLY CUPBOARD _ GIA~any

’~’~..~=";..,"~Y...~F" (Princequ In 100% sound 609-924-1988 eves, . ,

n ~c tm HC~ pluj~ ~ ’

.... things

wardrobe and

brand

tloosior cabinet,

now

.....

from

: ,,our "-et v charit,, :, " has foxhunted. $850, 609-737 ...... ,~

3609 keep trying.

Memher ol Ilightstown tligh $1o0, The Jelly Cupboard is Coiomm.swag..lignt rays umor mlngsta..F.P. School Band wishes to buy $150 Both oak- 609-466-0732 :. . . sii ~ll fly Three year old, male, __ IRISH’SETTER "female, 7

. ¯ ’ ’ usec tram neusenold to eaby

Silver Flute, Must be in good neaps ano .......

housebroken tab-setter mix, NEWFOUNDLAND PUP

nmnths old, AKC, 609-466-3594.

mnen more zs al

’cumU[ion. 609-448-2297 ’ ’ " trained. -- "

Matthew Ave., Brunswick Spayed female housebroken

Garage Sales Acres Aug. 16 10a.m.-4p.m.

STEINWAY Square Grand

Ran (ate Aug. 17.

piano a eollectars item. Made

in 1577, completely rebuilt, GAI{AGESAI.E--youngsters SAT. AND SUN. Aug. 16, 17,

refinished, and restrung, desk 3-piece painted door- Garage Sale 1011 Oak Creek

llcautllul Rosc wood case. drawer ehesi children’s and ltd,, E, Windsor. Maving.

Contact Grand IIouse of lext hooks, working TV, Must sell rugs, phone,, baby

Pianos, Lancaster, Ohio, 3279 basketball hoop and back items, reeking horse and

Sugar Grove Road 43130 or Imard, nok.heckey, board more

phone 1-614-054-0168, games, 45 RPM records,

Thurs Fri., Sat., 77 Poe Rd., Auctions

KNABE BABY GRAND-- for ’r nceton.

sale. Good practice piano, f~00.

AKC show potential. Raised

2 years old, springer spaniel with children, I,cash trained. ENGLISR SPRINGER

Spaniel pups - AKC champtoa,

mix,

I Iouse clog or outdoor. 609-4116- mrod. 609.882-9157.

Feur yeur old,beagle mix with ($84,

medium length hair,

housebroken, lltlSII SE’ITEIt PUPPIES -- GERMAN" SHORT-}lAIR

AKCre#slerod. Iloalthy goodbloodline,P°inter pupo7 ’weeksAKC Champlanold, field

Caliou, fomale 1~/~ years old, hlnod hocs, Prieed for quick arid show, ready to hunt by

spayed, loves psopleaed dogs, sale, Call (~J.44ll-5707 or 2Ol- fall. Call 201-~9-4139.

Male ocutered orange tiger 3112.0057.

catwlfll a white bib, ll/,~ years

old.

B()A~~ --

Male grey tabby~ neutered SIBEItlAN tlUSKIE -- fordogo, cleanruns, tairratas, ~t

only 10 months ore. female, 3 montbs, Ires shots & 201-~9-8436.

dewormed, AKC Reg. $200.

921-~573.

PuBI,ICSAI.I~.

The above Is only a partial

MOVING SALE - plants,

IIOUSEIIOLDGOODS listing of ~o pets wc have

books toys teals, housohod

ORGAN -- Portable Farflsa

ANTIQUES&’rOOLS available call today for a

Items, prhits, oaneol Sunday complete I st ng.

VIP 233, mint condition ’$495, Aug. 17 ONLY. 9 am mllll

Call 2oi-725.1r/25 after 0:30

SAT.AUG. 10

(lark rain or shine,

p.m.

TEN A.M. Anhuul Iqacemeni Agency

Iluckaheo’s: 249 Mercer St,, o[HieWhnlsorsh,c,

Ilightstown (1 block south of

lmlaystown.Coxes Corner

112SougiPost Road

CON~ery

The Bagcl Shop, Rood, Imlaystown, N,J, near ItD #4

good condition, $50 or bost

1.93 Imlaystown

offer. 11112-7790.

YAR~Sat. Aug, 10 &

CON~ 2

m nuol/AGO pedals, Selfcon[.

I,eslle spks, Wal fln.

$i,759. Call 609-452-9194 Wed, 6-

9 pan. or Snt, 9-11 a,m,

STRAUS BAIIV GRAND pinna

for sale, Older plane, good

sol mfing hoar.d, darg

nuulngliny. Must sell ¯ moving,

$1109, (i(19.021-3210,

DRUM SET 9 pc, "TEM.

IHI()," 9rues, aid hardly iisotl,

Snerlfioo I150. Call 101-197@114

nftar 5130 p,m.

UPIIlGIIT LI~STEII PIANO ¯

lloiiutlfnl innu, I37~, Call f~03.

4411.56’,15.

I(195 ,IVC Reel lu reel hipo (lock

v,’llh mlken, 1~03.Sl4.1112~nr 924.

I11911. -

I.’ARFISA COMBO Camphor

dahlxn ll{irlablo eleo!ranlo

nrgull Inm caret gno(I coil.

dlllou, I315, 1109.MII.45117,

(111tSON 1,1’.] S PAUl, -- dahtxe,

exoalloul ecndllhm. 137i with

cane, $I1~19, 11119.92,1.,’ill33, .

Antiques

OU’I’I)I)O t AN" qu ,’, ~ ,%

II0Y ostaWI, lie M0 II r I

I"ldl!l Itl, 2112, .wlitierii odgo (if

I)uYlintlliWIh Slit,~ Ang, I(I,

1117~, riiln ihiln Aug, I’/lh. i0

li,m, i9 iii In, Adi ilalllou [lll~,

A Iluoklt 0OU0tY AliL|qtlO

dolllerlt alllltiehillolf, ’

exli, Trenton,600:/01l.New Jersoy 0ll5911203

¯ (1/4 mile south from tho In-

San. Aug. 17, hetwesn 10-4, 23 Carner cupbo ~uroau,

Crostwood Ave,, lllllsborough, wash stand, ~rds, 4 lersootion of Village Road in

Many housoilold Itema; alovo plnshhottom, :kors & West Wlnusar)

oxhauat fun, cement mixer,

straight pitt drohe, lhlurs

Ireodle Bowl Ine 3 Man.FrlS.I haby Items, 4x15 pool ere, 201. hump back

Sat 9-5

wlokor

Cull Sunday 9.1

:159.0340,

chesL 2 old d I work

far appemtment

quilts, plolur4 Mesoa

,qiH’]C’I’ACULAll IIOUSE Jars orneks, ’,VAN’i’I~I) ! good home for

SALE -- cualom made end lnlrrors, p sweet dlspaslfiuned spayed

labia liar console necas ann winker chair female Colllo s]lop, hord, I

chah’, Green #sit sofa bed, nletal atands

year, Good wllh clilhn’en, 609.

green carpel, pictures, lamps, kitchen li24.29ll0,

hrle.a.hrae, toy e eat, ...........

ealn, rgor, Jewelry, (unl !y

Inauo olothos, al nt h rgam

Al,l,l,HtIiIC TII I)(IGS -- but

irlces, Sat, Aag, 0, 94 p,m,

luvo Ihalli’/ Cnaslder the

$I Markham Rd, Princeton, & pressed slandnrd Poodle, non.

11011.924.9201.

oxlel$1na ,~ho(hlhig, nllel gY [rec, hllll lY

& hill, el~, intelliReill Mlne.felnuie, lill(y

, Iools, nails, bolln, hlnck, AKC reg, puplllus,

YAItDSAI,E.Aug, 10, 10tll?, ate, & nlaay smnl Cluilnll, sire, i~huln dum,

21111 Dutch Neck It(I,, Illght. In Iha liouHo & ~rngo, suporh runfarmathoi nnd

I~town, No Enrlyblrda, Rac iol Tunt n leln #a ’ulneai, l.uvhlgly I’als~l

Owner ~lil c il ’en, i1.t0.1000,

APT, SAI,I’.] -- 29.02 Faxrun ’l’orms: CASII

AlllS, Phihlnhnru 1109.799.3319, Illeluu’d II, I,unnhig

Muvhlg weal Innst ao I A otlonoor 609.446.1177 , ,

ovory[[Ihlg aw prloes, allo I,UllChCounlor lilltScha°lnf]’illahill°n

hoghis Ang 21i i ,Aug, ~,1,

fur iltUle, be(IS~ olalhlng~ oddn Siinsotllnad,$klllman N.J,

e Is,

ON T ES ’i’A’l’ltl ’IX) I

AT ’I’IIE SUMMEliTIME Inittrooto n

OUIt FIIIST AN ) f nest noclnlSO

,’ I IN

yau

rrLI

nraail

i ~ AucrI(}NS

Illkhig J off

st Ilklhlll ond llnrllomllmlhill

t41~ii!lhi)r series rates

linivlpg eolu ¯ Tiotloflll, fur. o fh it I ,+’MI. MIII,I 1 Iar aoglnnartl iinil

alluro, ruga. orlg!pal iiri, ’I’IIE W(li}ll SIIHll .. wa eau Inlormodhilea

rtal is, dlslloS~ illaallwaro alrl i your now Irelisura Ilod

shilplelnt Ihilwnra,"haanohahl rofMnh It hxl, for Ihui inaller, II ’sell llin rdelliind Trohiod

Ilonln~ amitll app IaPOOH, Ilrhlge Ihihil Itoad Mail.

Kardan t~.lls, orilfldal Iroos, Igumory Twp (21)1.Ilfi9.47’~/)~ lly np Unll1111elllUnly

olai!lhlg, laynilo IIo, n!l

b

lilihy ahal iii Thu lleslari llnn Shnp itll.ll~3.1011il11109.1#14.2:H3

eqillpll]onl nou iiiSllnot Vo N M I I.II U’! ii ry 11’3111;

lil’llliiellt, Frl, Slit, & ~tilh Iltlll.ill21, Ilalh slinlsi el(SOil ............

AIIg, lll, 19& 7~191111.411rl , S nhiy & Mnnday ,., "’ ,!

IIIWaod alowl(d,offN(rl ’ f%II.I|A~IIVhlIA¥1 arolgl.

-- ............ !lred geldhlg w 0 I I ~nlil lll,~ ilenr llrlncatnn Jei, paro. (I

n_i_ ill A--l= --I- lel~llilll 7 yl’H,

I

I lnl JJ IIX!,i ,’i’ll

’~

YAItll g~ ,1~ ¯ Waoko a rlltlll II iMilllmMIli fil~J-92,I-t1733.

STUD SERVICE -- Alaskan

Mulnmule AKC reg and OFA

certified. Call 009-400.1102

KI’rTE NS - part Rasslan Blue during day, 924.7821 after 6

gray with green eyes. Excellent

Iompcrament free to

good iome, 201.IL59-7310.

10 MON’rll miniature

Sohaauzer female spayed

$400. Call after g p.m, I]00.799.

31110,

i’tII~~AitD

III,ACK -- CIIOCOLATE,

AKC slrei champ, Bolt;Tot,

all Ihe irhnmings, l}l n

ehal,illlnn lines (Ituadeluy.

Wyellffol, whelped Jane 19,

’~, Ihilh parenfs free lif ]i p

dlsllleusuro, hame.brod, hnmerinsod,

vcry afft’elhnnile, 509.

II’~,l.M71i,

EN(IIASII SI~T’rEII PUP-

I,:S -- rnglslerod all shots,

)nranls liraven hantars. Call

099.5117.110411, afier 5 p,ln,

II,IA( .E PUIHqEI’I

wholllod Ull i3/~ be011 wormod

& huve Ist xlppy slnlls, t10,

0a9.11i5.13 II),

IIII)EWAY I"AItM afft~’a the

flnesl hioliilh.~ fiir Iho oare &

haardhlg iif yuui lnraa wllli

ho hirgosl aroa ulnaor rill &

in nga, Oi!ly a ~io, r! ~teqnlo

u’ va Musl rOllSOlll o o r ioa

lilsh’uelJalh hoghinor, htlnl

aoill nntl welllorii, I,hxlborgl

Ii ,~ alloWO , 111111.,11111.11410.

CAT IIOAIILIINtl -- Iloar

Ilrlnik I1~1 iio]a P’ neahii e

hlconsod, Ilnnrll af l l~l I

Illiliravell, 1103-131.’11191,

I,Mi(Ih I f)N¥. (Jounomlira

t,.rosll I{rlly Iiiiiro, ’/ y~lare

Hlli.W /llq

i

iY~,llony euii OU

,ill, itos, Inoill. lar J ]! or CII level, IlOnost llotmd, 10110,

sll’l g /1 voyhindiagH

ulnlor, t’qUllliilan or Io 11(}9,41111.11!43,

’rhdhlll Illze 10, ll]10eN , IWll .It

~--- lUlitdr 11h llt ltoll owner

III li,l"l~tPIJl a,,, ~g -AI(, loavln II tar ~ol sol w !lOll, gF, l.l, !~()N ~S, TACK

aloffoll?W’ Ini!illawarell,.laya in iz ml’°~’ltr!la. IH (L who!l~d Juno 0 109.lttidrl[Ice In Iho rlKht par y liOligllt & nnlll, ItlallS rot rent

lie, I Pl o 1}’. tlalllovo I, 4411,~114 or 4411.1(133,

IK)94)34,1’,l~fl,

(Iroalll’ua 10 IIII9.11113 II1

Aliiwoll IiI. Noll iMila,

"

p.m.

GERMAN" SIIORT.IIAIR

pointer pups, oxcellent fidd

background, already questing,

291.367.3128,

Lost & Found

LOST SIAMESE ¯ female

orosseyed, slralght toll, hna

dng collar on It, Near Wmtan, ;

201-725-36611, ,~,

LOST "CLYDE" a gray &

hhiok kitten, wearing blue

oolhlr. Last soon gendall Pk,

area, 201-207.21~0, ,

LOST ¯ From Kresgea, ~

Prlncetan shoppln.g Mat! .. 0.

speOtl yellow ooya nIKO,

Motot~enno nomad, 009.9~.

II137,

LOST ¯ ALL BLACK CAT

altarod man, Vie, Amwoll,

Itoud, Nosharilo, Please call ’~

(201) 369.3013,

AutoPatt~ ,

No’r’C~ &!ervices,

¯ llagor Solll from

Sa’s I,’orolglLCnr I)o,a olle.qod

lho Sell2 llramora AlllomnllvO

In lllnwenburg, .We would like

ta invite all his ouatomora to

StUll/n or pliqlll!, till .at (00:4~i, ’r

17111, llatler wio P9 itati Io I~e

t, nro nl yatlr’{~or, . ,

"MII ’I’UNI.~,UP !,- Oar

rllOlilog hall’/ OU

r

Iral/ollog

InO011alIllJ W I ltorYl~O y0tlT ogr

righl

r

al homo, Ttlgo:u0 .rill911

ore 120.tl~, Call t= local, fs.~, i

,arvleo & convenience on all

ymtr 9ulo’o negd~, 009.443,9ill

~ ¯

Bargain Mart

Wanted To Buy Antiques Garage Sales Pets & Animals Pets g Animals Pets &Animals


¯ ........ :. .+ i:,

THE PRINCETON P.IICKET

’l~lawmn~z 1~loer

7lIE C£NTI~L POST

WiND$OR-HI6HTS HEP~tLD

Tharsday, August 14, 1975

AutosWanted Autos ForSale

"Seven For Central Jersey;’

Classified . dvertising

cI-IlLLSBORO~H BEACON~

"l~e Manville News

The Franklin NEWS’RECORD

5-B

Business Garding &

Services Landscaping

"

JUN’K’.’CAI~S WA

FORD FALCON --2 dr. 49 936

[tIlTED, $t5 ° mis, Maroon $850. Ca Kay

$50. paid. Also used cars. Call 609-449-9074.

(2011 466-0304.

"’’

"

1973 MONTE CAttLe --

- auhanatictrans, bucket seals,

AI L JUN~ (.’&l,~ nsa ~ ,t-~. console, factory air, P/S, P/B,

~.m,J~l l,’ro~ nwin~r ~tq and tinted glass, vinyl roof, rathal

u"~-’Sc-ar~at’i- Aut-"o’~V’re~.~{:r; tires stereo tape. Call 201-~9-

~’J 399-70~0 ’ -- ...... ~" 3487 "sk for Tom. " l

.4 r.


THE PTUNCETON PACKET

TM I,awmrr~ Izdgor

THE CENTTdlL POST

[DINDSOR-HIGHTS HERvqLD

6-B

Home Repairs Home Services

"Seven For:Central Jersey"

Classified : . dvertising

Painting .&

Paperhanging

cI-IILLSBOR~]GH BEACO~

"l~e Manville N.ews

The F/anklin NEWS’RECORD

Thursday. August 14, 1975 . ~/f

Roofing Special Services Wanted To Rent RoomsFor Rent Apts. For Rent

Apts. For Rent

"TILE BUCKET & MOP - The

¯ GAhAGE DOORS ’IN2 Personal Touch in Clcaniug.

>STALLED & REPAIRED.- General Itome & Office

:,:Reasonable. Free estimates, Maintenance. 201-356-4722, Mr.

201-297-3797. Tom Ityc.

i! --

"CERAMIC vinyl-ashes,us and ODD JOBS - Lawn services,

vinyl tiling; wallpapering; painting attic and basement

c,arpentryandronfrcpairs, No cleaning. Reasonable rates.

’Job Ton Small! Reasoneblo, Call 609-448.9458.

201-359-2714.

!;’ PLAS’rEREb WALLS -- CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY --

:~ Ceilings cracked, bulged, Reupholstering," refinishing

’~ fall ng down on your head? andbullders of new furniture.

:: Will repair, replace lath with 506-443-1510.

,; two coat plaster, Masonry

L repairs, replacements and "

~some new work on sidewalks, DISPOSAL SERVICE

stoops, walls, foundations, Rt.130&HalfAcreRd.

: patios, tuck-pointing, stucco Cranbury, N.J.

::.’and float finishes. Call 609:466- .

’: 3437 between 4-8 ovcuings. If

609-396-1389

i:: necessary call anytime. Small Homeand Industry

1:: jobs aeecpted. ’ Garbage, Trash, Rubbish

; :’ : ~ Removed

; ~: "I3UILDER -- Professioda] HaulingofallTypes


i"

";

craftsmanship,

btiilding,

All phases

M.It,

of.

.TOTH CON- DItA~LIP:

’7: STRUCT1ON, Cranbury, N.J, COVERS: Reasonable prices.

’ -" 609.655-2330 or 201.329-6013. Also free lance drapery h’.’:

stalling. Ed Walker, (201)369-"

; :! SI~A~UM 4361.

, :: GUTTERS- Victor Diamond

R,R. 2, Box 219, Bridgepoiut VOLKRUGCLEANING

Rd., Belle Mead, N.J. 08502. .and "

201-359-3641 night, 609-924-1043 FLOORWAXING

day. Rugs wofcssionally cleaned la

your "home. Dry within one

CAFIPENTRY REPAIRS, hour. Guaranteed no

PAINTINGAND R00FING.- shrinkage¯ Free estimates.

.: 609.466-092G or 460-1166,

’:NEED HELP? CAN’T DRIVE

::A NAIL? WANT A CARafter

5 p.m.

:M,LIED ROOFING -- New

’:find old roofs of all types

::repaired. lIomes remodeled

;:inside and out. All work

’ :guaranteed. No job ton small.

- 609-.HB-5707.

’ .i"*

:::(~ARP.E NTRY, ALTERA-

.:.TIONS, ADDITIONS. No job

ton large or ton small. Dang

.:Renk, Builders 609-(65-1221.

!i: Home Services

:!: JAY-BEES

: ’~ PAVING & LANDSCAPING

’.:.: Sand-Stone

’"" All work Guaranteed

:::!! 609 605.3311

.,,..

:::::S at onRead Cronbury,N,J,

7!:

,L.: :

ii:i! i SLIDING DRAPERY

:’,:i: PANELS

:: ii customDrnperies

::!:iSbultersandSbadus i :.i ’ FREE SIIOP AT IlOME

i :i i Gemini Interiors

::¯i! :: 6- 55569

’. :::: Cemmercial - Residential

::Carpal cleaning und floor

:waxing Iiesidcnlial and

:1 i~ommerctal. Csll Paul Mar for

; : special introductury rutcs. 6o9.

’ -’t46-0563,

:’(.iAIIPI,3NTItY AND IIOME

: REMOI)EI, ING general

’,: cm, truc[tng, ull types uf

: csrpenlry work. All work

’: aunranleed Phole (era d F.

:’. lllUl’Sgl fi09.685.7,190.

!’ [l~U~onc

’: by hurd wnrklug, I onos~,

~. emllllhlus young coil) e Q II

; (~09-I’~15.2553.

:. PI,U~21,

: Ncml e Illumber free

’: dslllnules ¯ all typos u.

r

l)hlnlblug. Cull Mike unylhlm

’., duy t,’ tllglit, Phanu 11o9.560.

O265,

i T,AMI ~ THE FLAKY PAINT CO -- Why wait until the roof leaks?" ’DRESSM.AKING ;AND

Experienced but less ’ex Plan almad for your roofing

abT~liA?:lUr~ ~" damoo

pensive, .... faint to you at

"

’ necdo "°’

Wolfe. Call 609.448.2125;

wholesale prices, Don’t let NEWROOFS REPAIRo

rr’~~-~.

things o ton far. Call 609-883- ~ ................ ."

fi785 af~eCr 5 pm COOPEII&SCIIAFER ALTERATIONS -- Claire

¯ ’ 63 Moran ~.^Princeton ,’robin. Call 6~-440-5614.

PAl

SIIADES ¯ Lump

’.’ nluunling und repairs, Nassu’.l

Inturlors, 162 Nussuu St,,

: I’rhlcothn

i, FI.O01t SANDING. liar( wood

~: floors sanded uad finished,

~: Phone 609.5fl3.0235, ,

!i c=,:ssl,ooLs

;: " AND

,: " SI~M’ICTANKS

:’

, C A’:ANEI)

:i ? l’rucka.No Walling

{i II US,q 1,11,1, II I,:1111’O,

i: 211 Yours Iexllorleucu

;: ’) 0 I.IH,I.’)Y,H 20 b‘150.311110

: N()’I’IC,~ IOME OWNF, IIS

’ I:]xlul:lor Ilugso tie1 n Ig

;1 AlUlnUlUnl aullng w m IO( n l

¯ . s lray Wllxcd It) IlUW e ondtllo¢

5: l’ ck on( sto o reaulrod tl

:’e’g lc Ol wit lout the.

: hur nil effects of , I,i

.:l lasting, (;1111 Nor, .So tl

: el oct 3 fl,M?,400 ,"oo

; (lemu,, lie ,tlrog6,

l,’l,Of)li WAXING - Ifl’l~.lldly

: ior6ul, lie ion lie I rlOO.

;; Ihoro IJll Jo ~, Sill ~[II0[.011

1011l rlllll L~II, l,’l’eO, e6llnUlllil,

’ lll~,:Ir, ¯ ~/0, ..

~NTING: URGENTLY NEEDED -- PRIVATE ROOM - bath, POMPANO BEACH APT. FOR RENT - 2

furnished house or apartment garage, 609-737.0085, FLORIDA -- Why pay hlg[~ bedrooms, tile bath, kitchen

for visiting scholar, wife and 4 " rent in New Jersey when you and living room, huge closets,

children. Princeton area.

can rent our new luxurious 1 storage room. TN. antenna

Beginning Sept. I, 1975. Pelese ~U;;

S condominium inprestlgoos and air conditioned Wall to

call ~09-452-5169.

Ihllsbero Beach. For $250 a ,wall carpets. Private ca-

F~9’924- -~

To Share mont l you not only get a trance. Offstreetparking. Hot

spacious living room, water heating system. No

INTERIOR &

~

EXTERIOR Top quality worl’. ~ ~’6~"7.

r’SSMAKER m609-466- REEVES-

bedronm, 1~z baths, eat-in ’pets. 4 miles from Princeton

IONAL COUPLE -- no kilcben ’with all appliances, Good location & nice quiet

Free Estimates Reasonable ~m . ’ "’

children, need large apt. or

W.ANTED -- 1 or ’# people to you also have added Iuxury at ¯area. $190. plus utilities &

Rates. Fully Insured, Capitol’ r’notoqrapnv snare apartment in P}inceton two swimming pools private security deposit. Phone 609-,~,

--

Planting 009-883-1537. -- -- °

smallhousefurSepL1orSept.15.

Minimum 1 yr. References. 609-921-1217.beginning Sept¯ 15. .Eves ocean beach minutes away "/99-1559. ~r

n""

609-924-5900 ext. 259, 9-3 p.m.,

from tennis, golf and shop.

PAINTING ’BY SEMINA-

9UousesIU’tn- I]09-797-1509 after 6 p.m.

ping¯ 609448-7952 after 5 p.m. SHER----W"O~ ~ --" West

"J’OTALphotography. Call The

¯

RIANS -- serving Princeton

GRAD STUDENT- looking to

Camera’s Eye. Care of Martin

Trenton Ave., Morrisville,

since 1965. Exterior and in. C. Mark. Days: 609-’757-0100, ARE: YOU LEAVING YOUR

EFFICIENCY/STUDIO apt. share apt. in Princeton. Needs "~ "PRIHCE’rON’ARMs lovely large 1 bedrm., $175, 2-

lerier. F’ree estimates. 609.,t52- Nights: 448.0228. -- wanted by mature woman own room. Call 201-972-0974

6610 or 452-1060.

HOME UNATTENDED

bedrm. ~051 3-bedrm., $235.

WRITE OUT OF TOWN? Feel starting 9/28 or 9/1. Call eyes. after 7 p.m. Luxury Apartments’ " No pets, ofhes open 12 to 5

secure with an experienced ¯ collect 212.883-2251, after 7

p.m. every day except

ROOMS PAINTED -- Iree’

TOTAL house sitter. Responsible, p.m. 609:452-8951. land 2 bedrooms. Individually Thursday & Suneay.

estimates, reasonable ratez, PIIOTOGItAPIIY professional man available

dean work. Call 609-799-1462.

starting Sept¯ in the Priuccton

COMMERCIAL

area¯ Will care for your pets

ItOUSE NEED A NEW

plants & kids. ExceIlen~

COAT? Interior & exterior Legal references¯ Please call 6~J-921painting¯

By experienced

1127.

college students. You’ll be Passports . - -

surprised how inexpensive &

ENGLISH professional couple

free estimates. Call 609-737- PORTRAITS need housesitting

1042.

arrangement or short term

Publicity , lease]n Princeton area from

i’,~.INTIN~ -- Interior &

Sept¯ 1, 1975 to Feb. 1976. Call

extei"iur. Free estimates. 609. WEDDINGS before 5 ~.m., 609-924-8078.

655-2656.

After 5, 609-883-6098.

JAY

eo9.448-5023

PAINTING & PAPER-

2 PROFESSIONAL WOMEN-

HANGING, Frank Janda, 2,92

desire to housesit in Princeton

Dutch Neck Rd. Call (609) 448-

3578.

rl ,

9";anO’un’n- t area references starting on request Sept. reply 1, to

Call (609) 448-0120.

’Box #03140 e/o Pr nceton

Packet.

EXPERT EXTERMINATING’ .PROI,’ESSIONAL PAIN’I3"NG

-- Rodents insects roaches, - done at prices you can af- PIANO TUNING

Repair Regulation

etc. Term tc control our ford. Itcfercnces available.

GRADUATE STUDENT In-

’specialty. Fully Guaranteed. For free estimates and advicePrompt

and efficient service Icrested in housesitting or

"Call evenings. Schloss/Valenti call Kim Foster, 009-465-0780, rendered at a very reasonable cheaply renting room¯ Wdl do

Exterminating Co., East ,yes.

rate¯ Please contact chutes. Within ton miles of

Windspr. 609-440-7632. ’ NANAK’S WILLIAM DARSTat 16091 466- Princeton. References¯ Steve

PAINTERS 3359 or 3954)571.

Selinger, Philosophy Dept.,

"FURNITURE refinishing - Iteasenablo Qoolit:,.

l’rimeton Uniw

reasonable. Don’t throw it tLate.~

Paittt

away!

~"

PIANO TUNING

Discover its natural Expertise in Workmanship

,beauty. 609-?99-0676 eves. Year round business "

IIOUSESITTING position

No Waiting Regulating Repairing desired for the winter.

Free

609-924-3962

I,:stinmtes after 5 p.m..

GOING ON VACATION? We’ll

mow & water the lawn, care

for house plants, etc. PAPERIIANGING

’lteferenees. 609-443-1724. SCItAPING

Prompt personal service. All

types of wall covering.

WILL CLEAN attics, gnrag~s, Free Estimates

cellars¯ Will do light hauling. Dan I~.udenstoin

Reasonable rates. Call 201-297- 609-585-9376

5352.

IIOUSE PAINTING - light

ALL t~’pes furniture repair const. 5 yrs. exp. professional

reasonably done in your home. job w/law rates. References

Call 609-448-7142 after 7:30 available. Call John 6~9.~82~

p.m. 5516 or Bob 609-882-9251.

FXI’EItT IlOUSECLEANINGexp.,quality work, references.

- lloncst reliable, experinnced.

Reasonable rates. B. l’reblick 609-4,19-3717.

Call after 5 p.m., 609-587-8055. I SPECIALIZE . in thieriur

path,lag, Redecorating? I’m

CAItPENTEIt, gardener, probably more careful and

painter odd jobs. Man seeks certainly less costly tban

jobs. Reasoneble & reliable, anyone you’re interior

Call 009-8994)019 after 5 p.m. decorator could dil~ up Want

immaculate work Ca the

interior specialist Experienced

free estimates

Moving g Year round, paint discount.

George Fish’ at 609-~4.3476,

Hauling

I~AIN’rEIt . PAPER-

IIANGEItS -- Third

ATTICS & CELLAItS generation of quality work.

CI.EAIIEI1 -- Free estimates 201-M5-311?9,

inw prices. Call 609-737-2824

ufter 6. -- ----

MAIITY SI’UNDEL --

AMIIITIOUS VETERANto do

l)alulh~ & l.)cLaratlug, Ser.

ving the Princeton urea for

¯ light hauling and moving¯ Also aver 29 years. For quality uud

¢sld jchs (elonnlug cellars,

utlles pnlutlug etc.)Free

expert wurkmnnshl), phone

cstimales reasoushlc rates. 5(PJ-449-5:125,

Cull I109.443.4960, usk for

l,arry.

INTEIIIOR EXTERIOR

Price Conscious ? ?

MOVING & IIAUL!NG --

Allies celhlrs & gnrago’~ It, Mitchell 201-fi21-0675

t’lcaued, Lnls cleared, Call

Pal, 51~).1~10.1670,

IIOUSEPAINqING ¯ College

students experienced (Snd

sumlnor In bushlese) heturoo,

ATTICS, IIASEMENTS, free esthnutes, Ileasonsble

gnrsgon cloned out, Llgif rates. Cull Ros fi$.446-2794 or

hauling & moving. (201)‘159- I(srl fi09-‘193-1710,

9,102,

WII,IAIAUL rl’. Ccllurs uttlcs

andgurugea clcaacd. Cull ~09- Roofing

790.1060, Cuosu nor flureau

Ileglstcrod. IIOO ,’1~ II1,11

hulne roludra, Fred cstlmu[es,

Coil {’~1,443.59’,12,

~ ’ "’ --ralnTing & IIEI,i,E MI~,AI)ItOOFING --

P n k ,.,I ,.,, 211 yrs, In huslncss I’reo

-aver,,anu,nu ca‘ ,i,t~s u. id~ m~u raenr,~

anu leauer5 allU Wltlcrs anu

I’AINThqG Y()UII IIOUSI,~?

chhnnoy flaslffng, Call

’-.-,on I]09.t~4.20.10 )r 20f

Call Vilhlgu pallllers for fro.o :ma.5902 Ilocul ctl fron

esllm[itha & !luollly worK. l’rlllcoloui,

111111111111 I, Cell li95-737.21124

afler I)JU. W I iN r’ RAINS OUTSiDE

flees ymq’ mt~o rahl mldo? If

IqIOFE~SIONA, PA N"ING ym r rual IH !(! yr.8, el(! It may

¯ h y oxpurloocod eullego m uw 6t go. ,,’it ex.

Shluollls, |lllorhlr or extor o’ po ,lOll,COl! wurk al.ld t11o luwesl

(luallly wa,knlu ,sl Ip pnee al 1ewe call fi011.591.0~113

IIcasnolh c ’ Io9 Free or fi09.5~1.7141,

eMhnales, Please call Qrog

~m.I):~t.ms?, s~~ ’

.... Now & I’Olulh’Ht igltlor8

II()U,’q,~I’AINTING --.5 yogr# I,"eo P:stlnuiltll

ux p: relllfllnlU)lO ral ~, free ~t, (lUllrOUleel Work

llOlureueus, Sll IIIIia ot llllt

guaranleed, Call ’,!111.:I~9.’,IIIIIII, ZARI~II Ire01 ING

llIHl.llll~.?511~

Io()W IA"ES ¯ ’ ii II IIO0,’IN(I S N(II,I,~8 -

,]xp.orleo,ol~tl eo Iollo ,t U ol)T~’ Ih, Slick TIih, II rd/Joh ts

ir mlerulr e~ extor.(’ p I. Manvlllo/Ituho,old (IAI~’

lalg, Call (hlry or dOlllh fl($, COnll0lllY I[10,11fi per ~ I.~7,0~llXL is, Illu’lhlll Lunlber

l)2,1.4111rJ,

~

FEMALE HOUSEMATE -- controlled heat. 2 air conwanted

to share larae old ’ditioncrs. Individual

SUBURBAN.-- Medcrn A/C house in Hop‘well area. Call Balconics~ 12 cut. ft. 1 BRAPT.$195Per ran. sublet

luxury ~rdcn apt. with pool. 609.466.1835 after 7 p.m. Refrigerator. Venetian Blinds. Sept through May. a/e, pool,

Must De quiet location.

Large walk.in closets. Private will sell some mrniture. 609-

Transferred semi-retired entrances. Laundry room with 443.4453 after 6.

executive couple, no children ROOMMATE WANTED -- to

no pets 2 bedrooms fim~

washers and dryers. Wall to

share house in Repewell with wall carpeting in 2ud floor

floor. Call collect 814-944-9526.pool. Professional preferred, apartments. Superintendent .APT UNffURNISHED -- 2

contact Alex or Bob 609-452- on site. Rents start at $200 up. bedroom, located on’),.~

8151.

RIDER COLLEGE students

Washington Rd. near RCA.

need morns/apartments for

Medal apartment - Telephone Reat included $275. 609-924. ’v,

fall occupancy, call 609.896- START AUG. 30 -- to share a 609-448-4801. (Open daily from 2800.

0600 Ext. 679 Mon-Fri. 9-4.

beaut, house lux. furn. with 12:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. except

responsible young prof. or Sunday) Directions from

grad stud. Very tees. 609-’/37- Prin~ceton: Hightstown Road, Princeton- turn right

ONE BEDROOM -- luxury

apt. in Plalnsboro to sublet,

YOUNG PROFESSIONAL . 1399.

’on Old Trenton Road, Fz mile,

$221 per month, avail. Sept 1,

call 609-’/99-1714 after 6.

share,desireSwithl bedrmsameaptor, gradual,at apt. to SHARE-- a large old house on turn left and follow signs¯

student preferred, within 4 acres in Millstone. 12 miles

walking or bus of Prince,aa from Princeton. No pets. $130 ttIGHTSTOWN -- 6 rooms

campus. Range $150 to $200 per ran. including utilities.

tlAMILTON SQUARE - 4-

Duplex apt. & basement,

monthly. 924-8716. Call after 6 p.m. 201.359-8735. room apartment 1 or 2 per-

newly decorated. Adults only sons, no pets, references, 924-

$285/mo. 609.448-2725. 0498 after 5 p.m.

RE~ONSIBLE young couple WORKING WOMAN -- writer

w/9-month old child needs 2-3 needs unfurnished’ apt. or

bedroom house or apt. in large room in fine home with IIOPEWELL BOROUGH -- LR, DR, KIT..-- w/dishcountry

setting. 215.862-5487. view or garden, Princeton one bedroom living room with w~her, 2 br., 2 bath hunarea.

(212) 725-7780 work fireplace, eat-in kitchen with dry/wusher dryer, heat in-

LAWY~RSEEKS-Onebedrm (212)741-3031 home.

pantry, bathroom, $250 per duded. Patio pool tennis,

me, plus electric. All heat avail. Sept. $370 monthly, 609apt.,

in Princeton, max. $300.

furnished. 609-465-0782. 443-4440 or 609-448.8507. ¯

Call 201-741-5304, after 8 p.m.

FEMALE ROOMMATE

ItOBERTIt. IIALLIEZ Responsthile area banker in 3 WORKING PEOPLE seek 3

WANTED -- ideal for ALLENTOWN N.J.-- New 1

university student¯ Own room bdrm, living rm/dining rm, FORRENT .4.

Registered his talc 20’s will care for pets bdrm. house w/acreage,

and kitchen privileges $110 a kitchen colore~ t c bath, UNFURNISHED"

Member PianoTeehnieians and plants. Write P.O. Box Maximum $350. mo. 201-329- month plus utilities, call 609- luxury apts. We’give 7ou $25

Guild, lee. //03125 c/o Princeton Packet. 6141. 924-2669 after 9 p.m. Keep I story house lucatod in

609-921-7242

towards beat. $198 - lmmed.

~ __ trying¯

Princeton township. Large

oocupanc

7.

Pvt. entrance, pvt. L.R., D.R., enclosed perc~,

PIANO TUNING&REPAIRS RESPONSIBLE SEMINARYNEED ROUSE- in Princeton

. porch, air cond, carpeting, fine kitchen. 3 bedrooms, 2

reasonable rates a I wark couple interested in house area for next year, Aug. 75 to

thermopane, screens, baths, 1 car garage, air conguaranteed.

Ca 12011 828= sitting or renting in Princeton July 76. 921-1063 or 924.4400 ’SKI HOUSE RENTAL -- 5 spa, ions closets and cabinets, ditioning full basement $600.

6494. vicinity ttiru June 1977 ext. 303. young business men looking refrig/frcezer, range/oven, moafhly. Aval.Sept. I.

Refcrefices available¯ Please

for 5 more’to share ski house w~ber/dryer faciltles, TV

on access mad to KiUington antenna, reserved perking.

call 609-452-1474.

Also unfurnished second floor

S ....

SEPTEMBER

0.

RENTAL Mtr’,V~/EaCho~m~a~D ~r~iSn CRESTWOOD

apt. in Princeton. ber.o.ugh,

pectai~ervlces - - wanted, 3 bedrooms, by . . :~e2_..:^.~ " $308. monmlyinclueesuddues

tervur.,’, ~oa-qq~t IZIZ C U~vt~J~lw~ .............

-- .=. . ~ q- ,.~ . responsible family presently ’ " ’

& pa rkl "ng s pa ce.

609-259-7540 BP.am~

---- wa nrea/o KenT,on home leave from overseas ’ ---- offYardHIle A ee[~n’R¢l ~

ORDER YOUR JEWISH NEW ............. ’. ~ ’~5’: ’;:’assignment: Phone: 924-3189.. ’ C~TPAGE IN PRINCETON ’~" . ’ " ¯ ." ’ G.H.MURR.AYINC. ::

YEAR CARDS& D WE DING- ~ .... ~ to share dose to university. ~ .... .....

609 924 0430’

~,

:INVITATIONS ETC. 201-359- w^N,r~’~n. P,,r,==;,,,t ,-, ,,,. _ ’ $150 monthly plus utilities. ,.~ ~w~," unnu t,,~ for ~ent

"

1227 ’ DISCOUNT ’ young , woman seeking 2-3 Koams r’or K eri[t Call Rick t 924 7310 days or - Private entrance heat and -bedroom

house w/ acreage. 921 " 1556 eves ’ "

hot water supplied. Available PRINCETON BORO- 3 rooms

-- Will maintain grounds, bus

DESires, ~ Aug. I. 201-526-5075. andbath second floor couples~

FACIALS - SEINCARE ts filer Au ust 15 ma WANIED Two men to snare

¯ AND pe ~ g x near campus Parkin- " ¯ onl Y, ave


I


Set

. P ¯

1


No

’ ’ ’ ¯

BODY MASSAGE - with the $350. 609-737.4332.

es.

Gcntlemom preferred 609-924moucrn

uuplex a artmcnt

. .P ’

children ’ or ts pe 609 ’ 9~1 " " 692"/

furmshed 2 miles from


most modern equipment and 4474. ’ Prince‘o- ’-, ~ d ~;-e~-~ .... * FOURROOMAPT-firstflusr,

tecnniques. Treat yourself to --

~

2’, ~’..~’;=’~, ’~"’ tliahtstown rent $200. in- --our

special pampering. ROOM FOR RENT -- in rea.senaple.uan~rm, .609-452. cl~des heat Call 609-448-1870SUBLET PRINCETON -comfort

and beauty¯ You’[ !lOOM WANTED IN rester Dm, rencav c V age. na~. vre~cr sine‘ms, or

-ftcr 5nm’

Meadows second flooor 1

ave t ,

F tANK ¯ N TOWNS tiP ~ $80- $12S mr no n us $10 "for p’olesstonals - ,-. ¯ ~ ’ ...... ~ .-

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. I" ’ ’ oour00m lake VIeW W~III tU

$1011 per ran. Professlmlal util t es Pcasant. 909-896 .... ) --~.. wall carpet a/c dishwasher

Ask about our "PI1ETTY man prefer refri era or & 0262 ’ . AI T FOR RENT-- ava one ~t n,,i t~’n;~ r’nll Mint

FEET" special, leg waxing stow or hot plate, g~/rito Box ’ __ 2 PROFESSIONAL f.emams Au~.’lst. All utilities included, e.~-~-~:,~ .............. ’

with pedicure. C-2, South Somerset leaking for same to. snare 3 call 609466-3258 466.3374 "~"~’" .....

Newspapers, 240 So. Main Si 2 ROOMS in private home for bedroom uome. CaR Nancy

AItTISTIC IIAIRDRESSERS Manville N J ’ female only kite en & aundw 6094)90-9500, ext..150, 9-5.

a2wiqlcrsnon, St ’ Privileges. 609-448-5826 ,3.1!EI)ltOOM, ~~o~ S$.16..[~r ham, APARTI~ENTFORRENT-Jn

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- ’, , t" ," K aS aml )CL~ ~ClCUlltU

Priucotun ’

evenings or 799-1800 days. - : .: ’ ’ ’ Allentown area, 609.448-7124

609-924-4975 WANTED -tlouse for rent. F E M A 1, E C 0 L L E G E

Single carpenter & painting I tome Lucators$30 X

STUDENT wanted to share 2

onntractor seeking house in

609-394-5900

ROOM FOR RENT--Central badronm apt, In Lawrence. IIIGIrrs’i’OWN near Peddiu

ueed of repair [o restore for a

Nassau St. for office or living, ville.Cullq®-o83-0412anytlmo.

COPPER POTS -- Thmlug~ rental agreement. Wish tO low rent. Available uow, Lurgu ROCKY IIILL 2 Ixtrm apt. No Sehonl, ‘st floor of a 2-family

bouse, Call 799-0704 between 0

palishing aud ropalrthg m dis‘ass? Call 609-395-0800.

and bright, fi09-924-2040. -- ch[klron or pets., se’curlty & and 9 p.m. or weekends.

copper and braes pets. Call references required. $173 per

(;69.397-2259. , Apts¯ For Rent moafll, wHtol~x79,Ruck),[|ill. ~ "

YOUN(; WOIIKING COUPLE ’,’lOOMS sod ’seml-eff[clenc[es

15 YEAIt. OLD offering - ueeds small unfurnished at weekly rates, Prince‘aa

APT TO SUBI£T -- 9/1 to Houses For Rent’

Iharuugh car wushlng und apl. in I’rlncetoo- Rucky IIIII Manor Motor Hotel, U.S, #1, EnstWIndaer 5/30 M~y renew. IBR w/w

waxlug. Jalm 921.2196, aroo. Prefer private or on a Monmouth Jet, 201.~9.4555,

WYNIHIO(IKWI,:ST ept, n/c,d/w, free peol, tonnls. AVAILABLE’ Sept. -- 4furm.

Cull Korea, 215.968.4569. S mcluus ultra modern &2 l)nys 212.564-6000, cxt. 231. bedroom, 2,/~ bathhouso with

SWIMMING POOLS FILLED murnhlgs.

FUR ItENT -- furnlshod

IIcdronms, nlr cond[lloncd, 20’ Altar 7 p.m, 609-799.~16, family room, quiet neigh.

Call t~06-4~6-0706 or 466-2075,WAN,I"7 ~ I-~"~ ---- 3 or 4 rnmn car space_reference

baloouics, carpeted upts. onruood In Lawrencev 10 Al

uml security. Call ~foro l0 or Swhn club uu grounds. Bus to

~

appliances, utilities Paid, $425

hcdrnmn hnusc in Villugu of ufter 0 p.m. nr weescuus, f~9. $2:15. NYC l)utch 65 nlinules. Neck lid. From near $200 lit, to $160 2.bdrm, unfurnished, kids monthly, 609.1182-780~i between

& pets OK. 0 & 9 p.m,

I)I,~C()RAI’OIt ~,,tlJ,PAPEI{, I,nwreuceville. IIcusonuble 931-1053, ’

llumun wuodwovon, ronl. 609.392.fi0~9 inoraings;

130,1101).4.16.33fl5. I[omol,ucators$30

lun, lnutod shades vertical 699.390-2023 evunlngs, IIIH|llKWO(|I)(;AI|I)I,:NS 609.394.5900

FURNISIIED ROOM.Prlvale hhulcru I & ’) be droomapts,

PRINCETON JUNCTIONhlhlds

furnlLuro cerpetlng;

Llvlng room, dlnlng room;b

(liscount prices. 201-:129-2529 (A IA( ~WAN’l’EDtoront- humo, u/c, kit, prlv, lndry, All’, candll[unca, carpeted, UONOO-Ma’lghtalryrooms kltchun wltil washer and

uBer,I p.m. farlmatalaruge, llont&t[~llcrbeforeF°mal°preferred’l~’440"llld?10:,t0 a,m, Swm~ ctuu en grmmds, rptng air, dw, numy extras, rcfrlgcrathr, largo I~a~.room

rc 2 fL luug. 201.:159.Wo2. Ilickury Curncr Rd. ilmu’ Rt, I ]11111o (i69.443-1710, $2115. with flroplaco u ffl~ mcovo,

130, I,’rum $195 Io $2:15. I;O9.+111- ~ ulllily room 3 Ileurooms 2

AI/I’EItATIONS ¯ llems

PROFESSIONAL WOMEN ¯ LOVELY ¯ prlvale room and ,~5:11, balhs, ulr condllli~Icr, 2 cnr

.. SpACiOUS.=3 ~droom ap, t, garage with slorag@, hole!

~;Ippcrs, suums, ale,.l~xmrtly with pet seeks small apart, hath In beautiful Dent- (’ II,:STNUTWlI,I,OW in nalf el a COlomal house In cad ~i’ street, ~55/mo, Uall

mont commuting distance cmperarylloasoon.[l acres In i ’l muduril I & 2 hcdronm Princeton, Features large

,i,llHk154,ann° & very rcaaonuum, Iill}. 6094)21.2417 or 2435,

Now lh’unswlck, 201.~17.6053, !lopo wel[ Woous., itoo.m ao.u apts, All’. on d tloned and dining reqm flroplae.o largo

tr

uosru plus smUll Salary In ClrlCle( 2hedroonlalts,havo Imck ysrtt,wltll ample 111oii1

~-- cxehungo for. housekeeping. ~ I ~s (luu year lease, From rut gnroonm, g,.~.00/mo, plum

I,AWN MOWER REPAIR --

PRl~lJItY

TUUO.U Is und rOllldrs, 501).4,111. WANTF, DTO IIENT Ior huuse dull~ aqd hauy s!ttl .ng ,or ~ $2501u~,15,215 Ilurehcsler Dr,

utilities. Avananloln Sept, 1~9.

sill bog nulnl~ Sept, eeul}h’y Indoponuent SCllOOl ago 0011.4,1‘1.59fi0,

452.2fi30, AliI,’A--5 bedroom Coloahd

11192, laal,,IOUl.i)arn/llalWoondhlou, clllh[rol!, Pre.roql!lsll~: must

21u ilalhs ’c6, room with

lOVU k (IS an(I unlnlao}, must

._._2 fireplace, cenlral air, all,rated

LADII¢S CUSTOM Willlog th wurk [.9 Imp rovu flodhouseworkabrcozo havu C(tN"lt~’ It~NTAL - un

A’l’AIITMl~N’rlN.smalloldor uu large wooded Io!, I your

’rAILOItlNG. coals millr,,lU’nlmrty (uxporlouee(I If uwltromportath)n, nndifyou prlvalq road’nqur I!opowell,

Olu)rtmontbulhlln{4, Onlovuly Icaso&sceurll~roq!tlr~L$425

(Ircsses, guwns skh’ls, ete, eurp,o[itry, luunthlp Will are croatlvu and Intolllgoot )url, llll~/, lurel,sae[I, lal’go

qqtet rosldoalhu street In per roD, Available lot ~opt, II

Prhlcutoa iloro Lgu, v og ’uecapaney, 1109.555.3505,

madelourdor,li09.7:ff.00110,

llillshloStudle,

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alinCO, Grad aludonl couple, halhruum [Ollcod yacd allelveS lergu l~areonl haw

Cull Churllu 5ll1).1131.‘1109,

kllchea & Islth, I ear garage

CtiSTOMUPlI()LSTI,]itY

I,’U IN SI]l) ROOM -- for gurden & Imul, Ilacnemr umy,

[llqIOl.~’rEItY - -- re i P’ noD,on a iro Imth, $’.,14,1). pc’ me, laeiudlng all

spa,o, $300 021.7~7, IIOUSB FORRZNT.Oa farm

~ll0 iuu0t]lly,, ploals withouuuea, 51)9.465.1)71)Z ’ "" I )enn ngton Ideal for

& SIN(ILIt]’I’IIOF auoks o so. UNl,’LllINSll~lli) NEW el IiIroq,41mdroo]ns,}350, per

II[,]FINISIIING ,illil~ Idlou.llall or .apt/. o~o

fl’em

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P6 miles

con. hUXt IIY AlVrS, I & 3 111o, Illeludlog water e~ sowor,

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601).1~4.061)3,)

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with ,lag iloslromnl}ll llo0so Ill:. ~oshll}glqn lid, en U,S, Rt, 1,

t,~ ,, I ’IN’ ’ON. (h’out hlxury I ,IOwllhanso, Pl’ofer short lea6o,

cutlage, I)rel, orl lily rt.i,ral I’llrnlslled, lYJ9.034.5’R3,

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SPEC AhlglNG wusi og I I , SWllUlnlllg )lau te0Ms, $2~15,

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laacidne r olu r,~. Coolnter~ t;l ~I, ~ .,I’~)3 evus,

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, HOPEWELL TOWNSHIP

ATTRACTIVE RANCHER - Center foyer, formal

dining room, large living room with brick

fireplace, eat-in kitchen, 3 bedrooms, full tile

,bath, enclosed breezeway, 1 car garage, well

landscaped lot, walking distance to Pennington

$64,900.

TWO STORY GAMBREL ¯ Nestled on 3

beautiful acres. Modern kitchen, formal

dining room, family room with log-burning

fireplace and wet bar, four bedrooms, ;~½

baths, 2-car garage. $82,500.

IMMACULATE SPLIT LEVEL - Country setting.

M6dern kitchen with eating area, formal

dining room, family room, 3 bedrooms, 1 full

bath, utility room, 1 -car garage. $48,900.

PENNINGTON BOROUGH

TOWN CoLoNIAL. New custom designed kitchen,

formal dining room, large living room

wtl~ sate frepace, four bedrooms, 1½

baths, 12’ x 14’ outbuilding, large lot with

mature trees. This is en outstanding dwelling

which has warmth and charm and you can

move right in. $74,900.

i DUTCH COLONIAL - Walking’distance to the

center of Pennington. Entrance foyer,

modern kitchen, laundry area, formal dining

room, living room with brick fireplace and

built-in desk and bookcases, family room,

den, 3 bedrooms, 1 ½ baths, full basement,

rear wood deck, 1-car garage. $68,900.

EWING TOWNSHIP

COLONIAL- Mountain View section. Entrance

foyer, modern kitchen with large

breakfast area, formal dining room, family

room with fireplace, four bedrooms, 2½

baths, 2-car garage, large tool storage room,

central air. $79,000.

RANCHER - Situated on a well-landscaped lot

with mature trees, Center hall, modern kitchen,

dining room, living room, 2 generous

sized bedrooms, full tile bath, full basement,

many extras. $34,900.

EXPANDED CAPE COD - Modern kitchen, formal

dining room, living room, family room

w.ith firep ece 3 bedrooms .full tile bath one

unflntshe~l~’oom for future expansion, well

landscaped lot. $32,500.

t/2 STORY DWELLING with five bedrooms,

modern kitchen, dining room, living room,

family room, 2 full baths, large lot, 2-car

garage. $35,900.

RANCHER - Modern kitchen, formal’dining

room, living room, 3 bedrooms, 1 ½ baths,

family room, l-car garage, excellent landscaped

lot. $47,500.

SPLIT LEVEL ¯ On a beautiful landscaped lot,

Modern kitchen, formal dining room, large

living room with fireplace, family room, 4

bedrooms, 2 full baths, 1 car garage, central

mr. $54,900.

COLONIAL ¯ Entrance foyer, modern kitchen

with breakfast area, formal dining room,

family room with fireplace, 4 bedrooms, 2½

baths, basement half panelled for recreation

room, 2-car garage, central air, well landscaped

corner lot, $62,500,

¯

BUY LAND’ THEY DON’T MAKE IT ANYMORE

HOME HUNTERW GUIDE

Timrsday, August 14, ]975 7-B

~d EDKU1PqD REALTORS

O K 190 Nasmn, Street,

Ik COI,(P,~rY’ Princettm, New Jersey

r~T. 1593 0il540

COMI , LE’.I’~ 609-924,-0322

REAl. EST/VI’E ORGANIZATION

Two-level ]tome in Princeton Township has 4 or 5

bedrooms, 2½ baths, fireplace, central air, 2-car

garage, and park-like gardens.

Riverside area Colonial has 5 bedrooms, 21.~

baths, fireplace, cbntral air conditioning, and con-

Venience to just about everything in Princeton ....

..................... ~ ......... $99,000.

Five-bedroom Colonial in eastern Princeton Township

is spacious in every way - from its 2-ac/e lot to

its 9 rooms ...................... $114,500.

Carnegie Lz, ke hillside ranch in Prlncetml Townsblp

includes a swimming pool and a lot that’s

large enougb for sztbdivislon ........ $ ]95,000.

Colonial in nearby Sonth Bruswick Township has

just about every desired rearers, including 8 rooms

(4 bedrooms), 2],& baths, fireplace, central air,

basement, 2-ear garage, and treed lot... $75,500.

Handsome Colonial split-level, with 5 bedrooms on

a beantifully landscaped lot in n popnlar Lawrence

Township ncighborhm)d ............ $65,900.

u

Immamdate split-level in East Windsor bas a host

of appe ng fe turcs nc zdinu ,t., t-.~u.tJ an n-gronnc[ ,~ ],..., l~.qn~ : , ’l~t

,~j~r.o~!qdM. by. exc~!l, ept ran(lscmpmg,,~,~. $67~Q(!~ ....

,’,c,~ ,,J ,:,.,d: ,~J

West Windmr Colonial has 9 rooms (4 or5

bedrooms), 21A baths, 2-car garage and a nmst inviting

in-grmmd swhnmh~g pool ....... $67,900.

Ranch in nearby Lawrence Township has a miniestate

setting on a prlvate hme to afford botb a senso

of connlry nnd convenience tO Princeton ......

¯ , ................... .......... $68,500.

Just rafts(de of Ifocky Hill, in Montgomery Township,

is this romny ]d-level with It rooms, 21/~ bnths,

2-cnr garage, and dellghthd trees and shrubs ....

............................... $69,900.

Penn View lleights (Ih)pewell ’i’awnshlp) rnnch

house lUiS 7 rooms nnd 2 baths pins [irnplace,

finished hasennml, 2-cnr garnge nnd perfect condition

........................... $75,00(],

Houses For ReRt

Need a new car? 2 BEDROOM HOUSE -- In

]llghtstown with ]lvtngroom,

Check the Classified pages. dining room, eat.in kitchen

HOPEWELL TOWNSHIP

IN THE WESTERN SECTION of the township. A 3

bedroom, 1 ~ bath Rancher on nicely landscaped ball acre lot.

Large cheery living room, dining room, modern kltchdn.. Fall

basement and attached garage ................. $47,900.

NEW COLONIAL,..4 bedrooms, 2t,~ baths... Huge rooms

and 2~ acre lot.., with trees. 90% financing to qualified

buyer .............................. Reduced 79,900.

A new four bedroom 2 story on over 2 acres (horses O.K.) with

a great viewl Huge living room, formal dining room, family

room with fireplace of course, 2],,~ baths. Full length covered

front porcb (stone), and a roomy deck for taking in that view.

Many extras ............................... $89,900.

3 bedroom, 2.bath rancher on nicely landscaped lot. City

sewer ............................. ~ ...... $69,900.

New 4 bedroom stone front 2 ~ bath rancher on I acre. ....

........................................ $89,500.

Brand new 4 bedroom, 21/2 bath, 2-story in the exclusive

"MEADOWS". Every amenity ............... $121,800.

HOPEWELLBOROUGH

Newly listed 3 bedroom, I bath, 2-story on tree-shaded lot.

Large entry hall with super chestnut wood staircase. Front to

back living room with fireplace, formal dining room, ~odern

kitchen, enclosed heated porch, detached 2-car garage ......

......................... ............... $55,900.

PRINCETON TOWNSHIP

Large all-brlck rancher on 5 acre wooded 10t. 9 foot ceilings

are just the beginning of a truly beautiful borne. Ultra-modem

¯ eat-ln kitchen with or.cry convenience and flve-place breakfast

bar adjoining beamed family room with log burning fireplace.

Formal dining room, grand living room, with marble fireplace

wall. Entry foyer with wrought iron grill work and marble

planter. 4 king-slzed bedrooms, 3~ baths, laundry room, 3car

garage, full basement and a super 40 x 20 flagstone patio

for summer entertaining. Many extras .... Asking $156,000.

LAWRENCE TOWNSHIP

I

/

Just listedl A new 3 bedroom, l ]A bath aluminum sided Ran-/

chef. Living room, formal dining room eat-ln kitchen,[

finiebed basement, bar area, nicely landscaped ..... $44,900.1

HAMILTON TOWNSHIP

Newly listed 4 bedroom, 2~ bath, 2-story with in-ground

pool ................ ..................... $72,500.

EAST AMWELL TOWNSHIP

Newly listed. Cross the meandering brook to this 4 bedroom,

2 ~ bath, 2-story on three wooded acres. Better hmrryl .....

......................... i ............ .. $73,000.

~.,-~r¢t~tg~, :.,,, ~, : LOTS :;~ , ’~,:’!’,~ : , ’:!,:

4 acres partly wooded ........................ $22,500. 1 acre lots ... $14,000-$16,500.

3 acres wooded, view ........................ $ ]6,500. 10 acres wooded, stream ..................... $25,000.

8 acres, wooded ............................ $20,000. 5 acres, panormnic view ..................... $30,000,

2 acres, open .............................. $28,000. 3.4 acres wooded... ........................ $18,500,

jOH N T

tENDER ON,,

REALTORS Area Representative For=

Members of:

Hopewell House Sq., HopeweH, N.J. ,

REL ¯ Inter City Relocation

ML~ (609) 4,66-2550 Service

Prlncoton Real Estate Group

Call Anyt.ime. POTERE (Homo Purchase Plan)

and bath on nicely treed lot

$26o/rno. Call 609-709-2663,

Houses For Rent Houses For Rent rott sAt,E, ~noMa,’~^a~

n"iddoB

1,37ACRES-HopowellTownshlp, $25,000,

trench. 4 ~rms.,plus don, 2

YOR RENT --’ 2 story

Directions: Routs 1 norltOOSgVE],’P]Iousoforrcnt-

full b.atM, w/w carpet, thtoCozzeneLene, No,

Colonial West Windsor. 197l, 3bedrooms aarnoe ,/,nero panouect, uwner.0,oo0, =0f

Brunswick ,elgn seys Lake

3,02 Acres, Hopawell Township, Residential closetoallschoolsaudstatloo, L~al school: ~ sm’alf classes’, 297-25117, "Adams Station"), loft

. ’ $24,000, hcautlfttlly lantlsc~ pod 4 $300/mo, 609-4411.5296 or 44,3. 4 Hed~For on Cozzent Lane to

/d

badrooms study, 2=/= I)at~s,

3,87 acres and 2,30 acres,Zoned B-l, Route ,hdly equipped modern k t- 1057,_._~ Route 27; loft on Route ~ ’ 3 , ~’

]tent: ~ ’~

27toHIddonLekoDdvo I3,,r~lx~))~X\!,.~0)l~{]~’x}~}[

#31, Hopowall Twp.

l~

$25,000 per acre then, din]ha room, living laving Room, Dining Room,

room., family room wit!] SOUTll BRUNSW]C](,3 Kitchen ]loutod Frent Poreh~

left to model apart. /~\l~(;~i~[]I~]’[: t1~’%’,~".:",’*

!lrop/aoe, garage, lull Ix]rms,,l/Imths,3ncresland,4 Bedrooms, Full Bath, and

monte, Ha r an..LakonlvootSoutua

18,5 woodod acres, Wast Amwell Twp,, ex- nasomcut, all apphanees,2 clip gurngo b~irn $350 me, roar yard, One bleak from

i~o;lllultiniwick, Nowdorsuy

cellentroadfrontege, $3,000porocro,

tqaty extras partially f r- 201.329-012B. Prlnccton]]oepllalnt260Jonn ¯ Phonot(i01)Bil.O088orMalnOfflco

aisoed (ltll cssont a s Street. Available September,

)rovl(Iod). ]mmedlato , oq- I ltl~1~- , Askln $:]25 p0r month 609 i

(201) B46.$700

77 ACRES - half wooded with stream, cuDuncy preferably !hrotlgl .~sm}~ ’ "

(Prltx.’oton Manor 2 yr o d one "~’~’~"’ ’, * " ’"ldi’

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Hopewoll Township,, excellent road frontega, possible, Heut ouout $5OO

’ . $3,000 per sore, monthly, Cull 1109.790.2BI4 .nth?,t’ec:reom, f[~p!nco, a, lr vonlencu uf town ouno v ng

n ulnas or ovonh}gs, c#nd, ~ rmu, to ~!tpom, tram, _ 4 8B wSh 2% baths in Twin

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2 STORY In ROOS~VEh’P, ........ ~-’ , fa¢illtl0n, stores and NY ex. ~=u~.~ ~ ~ ~ ’~ ’

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1o1,(609) 737.36)5 tllr, cot ht ktte[tolt, din!no

(609)[1113.2110 room tv room argo llvlpg ],’u t,NIS I~l) I]OUS~ ’ :rWlN.RIV]~llp.411RSp]ltl.vl,

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¯ oX0OI0t|t ]oenllon on lovely ibis ttnt& wife, visttlqS seitool,~o[&Lonnle $4=11/mo ;1911.75711.

(109.3115.?7110.

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0‘19.=9.711¢L

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$‘111,1/mo, ~w i iolo ~t~l, I, I~, Protons onlll oouplu prolorrou,

$11119 }or month . ’otlu~otl ova ill I~1 ’~il. 119.~ l0 cloosos, $’,loo/InO, OO9,44‘1.52‘1,1 wvokdtlylt fuP itppohltmellt, ~ll ) t~i)A)l Ill tilt ~ p,m, me. ~11,=3‘1D, unll 11oo.9=t.lkqT=,

ran[el tOP 13 Intmtn ]~IHO, IK~, , or 44’,1,]1157, ’

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RENTING

NORTHGATE APARTMEN

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One Mile Road

and Prlncoton.Hlghtstown Rd. ;

(opposite MeGrew Hill) ’ :

East Windsor, N,J,

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I and 2 Bedrooms :::

from $210 per month

Flalllrol:

e SWIMMING POOL

e PLAYGROUHD FACILITIES

¯ OFF STREET PANKIHD

¯ AIR CONDITIONERS

e KiTCHEH WiTH DIHiN6 AREA i:

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(Incllldud In ¢ontll) +’,ii

a WASIIER & DRYER FACILITIES ....

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¯ MASIER IV ANTENNA ,’i

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MODEL APARTMENT OPEN DAILY

(609) 448.5935 ’i!

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STEWARDSON- DOUGHERTY

q~a] l~state ~l[ssociates, Incorporated .....

.366 5Y, asmu Street, ’Prince)nit, 5~qw 9"ersey o854b..

’Phone: 6co-q:.).7784

GREA T SPACE FOR THE MONEY

In nearby West Windsor, thls attractive Colonial Ilas 0ver 3000 square ::

felt of living area. Wide gallery foyer, separate living room and dining

room, 234o0t lama)’ room with beamed ceiling and fireplace wall, kiteben,

13 x 20, whb large dinette, fifth bedroom or study, utility room,

powder roam. Upstairs, four very spacious bedrooms (master bedroom

measures 13’6" x 20’) and two tile baths. Full, dry basement; two-ear

garage. Electric door opener, central air eollditionblg, fenced yard.

Fairly priced at $75,500.

TIVO LAND BUYS

ATTRACTIVECOUNTRYLAND. Forty i)lus acres o11 a ;,vindlng~

quiet road in Delaware Townsblp, lhlnterdon’County. Varied terrabl

whh trees, meadows, and gentle slopes. Approx!mately 670 feet of fronTi i

tage. Now’ $1,975. per acre

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HOME HUNTER’3 GUIDE

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,. Thebestvaluein

Condominium Townhouses

just became better...

rSaving you $3,000

2-Bedroom, 2-Bath, Full basement

from 30600

Central air conditioning included.

3 bedroom, 2V~ ball1 units also available at equally rc-

"duced priccs...full recreational facilitics including swim

pool, basketball, tcnnis..all appliances including washer,

dryer, refrigerator/freezer, oven/range, dishwasher and

hood...fenced.in privaic yards...easy shopping and com.

muting...excellent nearby schools...plus a tax deduction

you cannot get when you pay rent.

Some Iownhouses Qualify

Ior $2,000 Tax Rob,fie!

Tinlrsday, August 14, 1975

Goat Hill Road

West Amweli Township

(George Washington never’slept here...it was booked solid by the time he arrived !J

Steeped in tbe historic tradltion of the Delaware Valley, dating baok to years before the

American Revolution, here is a ehoioe spot h!gh on a famous hill witb a sometimes view

of the river, and completely isolated from its neighbors. Within u short distance of Lambertvilh

and Bucks County, twenty-four minutes to Princeton, aud commutable to

New York via Trenton or Hopewell, this property boasts everything near and dear to

lovers of authentic STONE oolonials:

Slate and tin roofs, wide windo~, wells, walk-iu fireplaces, brick kitchen floor, cozy

rooms, quiet nooks, random pine floors, small window panes, yet with all modern convenlenees.

DIRECTIONS: N,J, lurnpike to Exil 9 to Rte. I (south). Proceed

IN EDGERSTOUNE, PRINCETON TOff/NSIIIP a most interesting ’

two acre lot. Huge forest trees. Steep slopes, and a long frontage Oll Stony

Brook. Perfect for a creative contemporary Louse. Not without problems,

but now a bargain at $28,500.

to Rte. 1/1311 nallic circle. Drive south on Rte. 130 (,I,6 miles) bearing

right into Georgcs Rd. (De.ms Dayton siga). Proceed 2.7 miles

models on your rlghl. OR: NorUlbound from lrenton’area: U.S.

Rte. I to De,ms L,me, Sotlfli Brun~wick. Right ItJrn add proceed I.,1

miles to Geulges Road. Right turn oil Georges Rd, and proceed 1.9

miles Io models on ’;our righL Model phone: 12Oll 297-5145,

RENTAL

Western Section Rental. Elegant small Louse unfurnished. L[vlng room

with fireplace and bookcases, dining room, den, khchen, lavatory. Three FOR RENT Resort

bedrooms, two baths. Charming garden. Available immediately for one

year lease. ~.41

Unfurnished house in noun- Properties

....... : ~ ....... ~::,,~ ~:~ ...... : .;:r ~t $850 permonth ’ ]:.711 try location, available Sept. ........

"1,: 1975’.. k’argel llgingr t6d~’e; I’F/~,Y~:i’~’i}~

~s:/’.~-/.~tl’6~s’)t~i’

!.study, k,tchen~3 bedrooms,. I VIRc~I~

FOH THE’ TC) PI~TON R~ ESI’ATECALL ’

2 baths ’air conditioned: I l,uxur ous

i~L~NDS’’

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Anne H. Cresson James B. Laughlin , ,r-II

Robert E. Dougherty Julie Douglas Georgia H ’ Graham ~.~l

Toby Laughlin Frltzle Moore Betsy Stewnrdson Ford

Will( a nl ~2 5te wa rci.~ or~ (l 9.’t,~. 1972)

Bealto~

Representing Pte’rlews Executive Home Search

’’r Four bedrooms, three baths, two parlors, library, conversational kitchen, and utility

room complete the main house. A frame harn in very gm~d repair features a boated

studio room, carriage slled, and a fi)ur-ruom apartnlent ideal for guests rlr lucerne !

Just the right amount of iand.l.tbirty-elght acres elfllance the property with meadows,

pastures, brook and woods, h’s one acre nUn(mum residential with apllroximately

1300 feet of frontage. Taxes are just a wee bit ubove t vu thousand dolhlrs.

¢ . ,

Please call for an aopointment and walk back into history with us to a time when

.... ,,o~e~,h, ou~i~Ze~.~..+,,~,~..._..~: ~ ..... ,~, ,:~: ,

’’,~:

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$650. permonth. T l eomlnodations with private

I bcaell’, uldid service and

G R Murray Inr I tennis courts. Leave your

... ~. .. I cares beland nnd let the gentle

d~ nassau.~t; I lapning nf tim beautiful

¯ 609.924.0430 I Catqbl).ean lull you to sleep.

Ih,pewell )l.,.~,e Square 353 N.,~,’.,u Slreer

H,)pewell, New Jer~,,~y 08525 Princeton, New Jersey 08540

I Enjoy nreakfast on your own,

" spacious private balcony with

, (60qJ 466.2550 ()lieu 7 duys u wuck (609) 921.2776

Ilreathhlking pauoramie view

. ,.. .’uf sparkling Cowper l~y. Ideal

H ouses t-or KenTfor COullles m’ family. Fnr

details call 201-350-8970 in N,J,

CODNTRY RENTAL: Rob- M ch or gan write 49250. ihlx OB Jouesville,

hinsville ’ . Allentown area.

Large yard w/garden area. 5

l roams and bath. $205 per F 8% 30 YEAR MORTGAGES

month,y/heatinoluded, BEACII on beautiftd FRONT Sapphire APT. Bay -St,

I AI/alIAR/I: Tfl I~llA/ll:ll:n

IIIGII’rSTOWN.. 3 bedroom Thomas, sleeping-living Ground room floor large l

oo=os,,..,s,.-,-,- ,v ~v,,,,,,,,.,~

LIMITED AMOUNT OF 8%

home in quiet resldental area..bedroom, equipped kitchen, 2 /

t,~==~et,-~,.~tt,~ ’

$400 per month phts utilities, baths, air conditioned. Ac- / KI IYPItN ,

25 YEAR MORTGAGES WITH 30 YEAR PAY-OUT|

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LEONAItl)VANIIISE eommodatt~ u to 5 persons

.Maid and ~lnon sopvleo I t Wooded ’ L0 ’ s ’ Avall ~ib I e

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AGENCY provided. Tennis courts, / / ~ ¯ ’_,./L,¢, all.~

NEW JERSEY’S "SHOWPLACE" 609-44fM250 swimming restaurant poe(, water on premises. spg. rts, l / Itli’l~~ I ~’.1 IR.’ll ’. I~ ’~1~ r~m~- "~ :~[l~l~ldi[ i[Igl

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Reasonuhle. Call 609-024.2620. l [’-S1 _ .~

IRLOOKINGTHED---’-

----ELAWARE RIVER[ We have hundreds of nines ---- "r~

;llid 11 nlriluents. All uroi s find .... ~i!,=|11~11 JP2--~I -," ~’ ~,,. ~.1 ~,,. ~ ’ - ...... " ’ : ~

prices. (lore are a few

l,’eor season I’ecreatiomd | ~i~MBI~~B~ . ....

incredible homes at Delaware Rise. Up to over 3,000~. t.

CetnlhT $200 l)or 11111 3 xlrm facilities avnihzble. Cull for l ~ ~-~

living area, brick trouts, 4 and 5 bedrooms, 2 ’h’-b~qh-~ ~r t’hildrcnhnmc’ $175und ~ bdrmpelst nfUwe ee ne.’ns e ( tutti,r, hffornudh~l. 201-297- 1 I"-S~ --

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rages and basements. 6" x 3" of insulation in oil houses, Cty $125 1 bdrm furnisl cd or I. I;257____ [ ~, In tile ~lle~rlot Ewie9 Tovcriddp

,)or, city sewers, walks and curbs are oil included. Wood ~d Itlrnished.

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I,ONG II~AC)I ISLAND - / ; ~

suvailable, Hilly l /2 acre lots with1251t, frontago. ,=’°k- - , , ~ ¯

lh)meLneatm’s$,10

OCEAN FItON’P-tLovoy 31

hedroom, I-I/Z hath duplex l ¯

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~0/(hly o,, or $150/week, 6~.7~0. / ~ 1 ~ ~ ~

’l~,vnhso,, fl oppllancos, IXatle

w/gllS grill; fin sod l,IKI~ CAMPING? verulottt

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," from ~9 990’Flexible Financing

basontont. P0ol and ear s IliUtull slnull. Isollded t’1111111, l ’

~ulel, ~lii5/IttU, fi09-700.00,10,view, 4 huoks, outside tu ,

etdhause, . la mat, drive ~1 l Open ovoryda from Y noon for Ins Poctlot

title_ vilh, ge, hlvoly lake. $30 l noon ror ,nspoct,on,

Illllshora 4 bndronm roe weekly, Available Aug, l0 9,1, /

resin, eltrpetetl, central tzlr, £ Sept ,()t:t 11)0 021 7011

fur 14aragn, $,,10 m(nih, ’ ’ ’ " ’ " " :"’ l 5 Superb modols to choose from ¯ 2 Ranchos, 3

IO~ 5: From N.Y, & ,N o Exit 9, ’fit, I ’ o I. PAntie 201.020.2,5,10.

I,wi~i ,~,,,~ I,I~/~UII IbI,ANI) . IS lU/

Colonlals-3and4bodroommodosevolabo, Our

t, M, pall Molar Veh, I tt, 29N (Lombwrl ilia)

its host IIISo i[Ottll~r Why nut | counlry hom0s ere sot oR 18,000 sq, ft, lots 0nc1011

I FO’ ~ (Rt’ 29N) moke From Po, - Rt, .95 ~

speltd e wi~ek thn~’o? "Two / hovo 2 cer garages.

~ddc r Folh Bridoe To El 2nd Rigid Io Me leh,

’ J)edroal11 oportmont one IiIoek

1too RI 9N (Joh~ C re uno I dr i ell e Io e

,mP Incolon-ToCo RI, : ...... Properties rrum bosch sleops six, ~a per / DIRECTIONSI Rt, 1 or 200 lu heautlfol now oxtenl~ion hi.

wcok, C~ll (i(ifl.tl~12.1 37 tfter lemlalel.05aooth,,,onlvstewnrinu(osloScolchfiI,

Exit//3

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a Week I0 A, {609) 000.~. - .a, ~3

NI’P,V CIIALI~T for runt

weekly POCONOS 7" ,1 llR, ~

1 tOlRudols, Mounlo[n Vluw 13ollon loft., modoloon dt)ht,

0. The incredible homes al Delaware Rise. Up to over

af riving area, brick fronls, 4 and 5 bedrooms, 2’h~

garages and basements. 6" x 3" of insulation in oll houses, City

water, city sewers, walks and curbs are oll included. Wooded

lots uvailable, Hilly I/2 acre lots with 12,S |1. frontage.

OiRtntTIONS~ From N,Y, & ,No, Jen, ey - Toko Trpk 5o, Io Exit 9, ’[Ih I To I,

9~ 8o, /, ML pall Molar Veh, Imp, 810, Continue Io E~8 } Rt, 29N (Lombo~lville)

Take Rl0hl Fork RI, 29N make Ex[I ol 3rd Rluht To Modeh, From Po, - Rh 1,9~

Acres) $cudder Fat Bridoe To Exit 29N gomborlvll e) Eell ol 2nd Right Io Mode I,

From Trenton - RI, ~9N, {John Filch Way) towurd Wolh, Croulno direelly Io

Model, From Prlncolon -- Toko RI, 206~ i,95 8o, ¢onllnue on 01 abovo,

Open 6 Days a Week 10 A,M,,6 P,M, MODIL PIIONh {609) 003.$603

i Oflvu scroos 8cotollfld, Io Nurcory Rd, nnd conOmto one nlllo

I~ III w(~ll0,’ t,ryor, dlsnwt~o0r,NOVA ,sctrl’l^ - Ovo’ 41 L

walk to ~w~mntm~ rise ng& O’~V" 0 ’’’ TO’~"~ ’

wooded ((at’us with ~ 0’ or ok0/ ., ’

tuolds, ,~00/wk Ca ooloot rrontugo, Coil Lot mo’o1 Modnlvnono (609) 082,6047

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Houses For Rent ,1302,b°tw°°n (; & 10 p,m, 717.6,10. ooltdls, $11,000 ]Exclu=lvoSalelAgont= Idool Roolty (201) 200.2600

"Country Club Atmosphere"

In Apt, Living

Wo have Immediate and future occupancy

In 3~, 4 & 5 Room Apts, from $230,00

Resort

Properties

Business Real

Estate For Rent

e Privets Entrancel e tlardwood Fleers

e Cos & liscld¢ol Applloncsse lye Level Brollerl

s I~ cu, It, Rslrl0erators e Centre( A/C

s Owlmmlno Pool * Plsy Oround

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Kondnli Park, N,J, (201) ~0"/,1800

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Realtors

242% Nassau Street PrinCeton, N,J.

spection

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921-2700

OUR 60th YEAR OF PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

after hours phone 921-9570

HANDSOME 3 yr. old bi-level

on ¯quiet street in Princeton

Junction, close proximity to

train station, featuring 3-4

bedrooms, 2 baths, dinir~g

morn, hardwood floors and

central air conditioning .......

$58,000.

HOME HUNTER’S GUIDE

Thursday, August 14,1975 9-B

COUNTRY SETTINGapproximately

4 miles from

Princeton enhances this

custom built bi-leveh 3

bedrooms, 2½ baths, large

living room, dining room, kitchen

and huge rec. room complete

with wet bar for impressive

entertaining. $68,500.

JUST LISTEDI Pretty in Princeton

and priced right¯ Charming

ranch with 3 bedrooms, 2

baths, knotty pine kitchen,

huge living room with

fireplace, carport with tremendous

storage area; all on a

beautifully landscaped and

treed double lot, Rea¢l~, for

your inspection ..... $73,000,

BIRCHWOOD ESTATES. if

you’ve been transferred and

want to get the family settled

before school begins -- you

must see our lovely/cedar

shake Colonial in West Windsor’s

most desirable area,

This4 bedroom home

featuring 2 ½ baths, central air,

fireplace, full basement is

wooded and awaiting your in-

.......... $81,500, .

OPEN SEVEN DAYS A WEEK

MEMBERS OF: MERCER & HUNTERDON COUNTY

MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE ¯ PRINCETON

REAL ESTATE GROUP, ALL POINTS RELOCATION SERVICE

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I and 2 Car Garages

Where enduring quality in workmanship and

materials is combined with a sense of tranquil

& cultural atmosphere.

THIS LITTLE eL’ SCHOOLHOUSE

needs some TLC, however there are six goodsized

rooms downstairs with space for expansion

in the attic, Quiet and secluded with many large

shade and fruit trees. Only $37,900.

JUST THE SPOT

for a horse or two. 4.5 acres with a 2-stall barn and

¯ large tack room, 3 ½ acres. Beautiful 4 bedroom

colonial, 2½ baths family room with fireplace,

living, dining rooms, eat-in kitchen, breezeway, 2-

car attached garage. Just Iovslyl

Delaware Township $86,900.

COMMERCIAL PROPERTY

7.8 acres with 750" l+rontage on Routes 202 and 31.

Subdivided into 3 lots. Minutes to Flemington on a

jughandle. Call for details.

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THE BORACK AGENCY INC.

Realtors

Flemlngton 201-782-1970

Rt. 202 et Centervnle S mllH east of circle

Members Somerset & Hunterdon ML5

Business Real Land For Sale¯

Estate For Rent

HILTON

COUNTRY COTTAGE ON WOODED ’ONE ACRE

LOT. Close to shopping ’and bus line. Excellent

location ............... . .......... 543,500.

COUNTRY LIVING AND STILL CLOSE TO SHOP-

PING BUS LINE AND RAILROADS. Cute Cape on a

½ acre lot with trees, lovely flower garden and

vegetable garden. Four bedrooms, "1½ baths,

living room, dining room, kitchen and large

basement. Ideal Tel" a family with small children.

¯ ...................... ........ 558,900.

IS YOUR PRESENT HOME BULGING AT THE

SEAMS? This new four bedroom home has ample

space for comfortable living. Maintenance free

aluminum siding ....... ¯ ............ 562,$00.

EXCELLENT LOCATION FOR THE NEW YORK

COMMUTER. Attractive four bedroom Colonial¯

Panelled family room with fireplace, full basement,

attached two chr garage ............. 566,500.

BUY THE LEAST EXPENSIVE OF THE LAST TWO

NEW HOMES being built in an exclusive area

having only twenty four homes. Four bedrooms,

fireplace in family room, aluminum siding, and

located on a cul-de-sac .............. $69,500.

William Schnessler. 92 I-i~963

llar~!ey Rude, 201-359-5:127

Allen D’Areyo 799-0685

Jack Stryker, 921-6752

)IO!H.~WIP, I,I., - (italnL fih’(’:p l,ano Kendall Park, "N,J, (IIIEI,~NI}ER(| ASSOCIA’I’Eg, IN I)R.INCI~’ON

MILLSTONE WOODS ESTATES ronlal, gaol ocl) anlnP n: 9Jill=4,

IIIinos~ era[In Anti gift:, urea!

I|l~Ahl’OII ((~)9) 44B.I~B2,

2 stgry CohmMs/rfml $55,490, lmd.clhlg allper|ulllly ,ior sovaral

wnftsmml io suite I~t{, Itl00 {l,~AI, F, gTA’l’i,~ WAN’I’II]D , A~llh

" 4 Imdrooms, 2~ baths, family room, :all

I.tsomont, I afro wooflod lot, l, or.nlofl hi

Millstone ’rwp,, I ~ miles south fir Rt, 33

oil Millstone Road, b

Call Living Systems, Inc, at

, (201) 279,7938or (201) 348.0882

I llnll

700,~)511,

P~0’ in.~ar.meaqllll.o|oprlvagy,

‘1H}anllnrll sjZOl)OtlroolnH,

nll, fl, r, lllSImrlna, CallAl~).021. HnlnllfnrgtwIhaho|lsonoar s{reanl, II esfroml~rlnce{onIl largo iS, lit ohm

, IIU~III, Pr colon ar n Ilaekn Co $1‘1,(100, ovonll~s ~1dh59,‘1694,!!al~lller W nl ow~

{mAT,’F~omeo P,,m,~ll, e.ly, ~{.=v.mv, cm,:h’~"~~’N,Y t,v.,ig, r:.l. whu t,,+1,..~a

[or n~ I ang ’ann, l~nenml

C1’aghl , N,J, (Io0.~0.I?00,) ~VAN" lu buy, II ‘1 lit :1

nunt lng_ onnll)t no.oBn|qg., l~Irclb {t4earl~rpgO,ltlll~1~o

I,O0~nll. I~+ ml,’no n ,:tsu i hmpWall $25,1~. Ownor iil~inolngwItll ary iMinonton

h

inrgo alllO, hosunlnn{

air, I~)o m,4,000 nq,ft,,L~ol{Ahlo Tw :, Hove ngan{u’ foe ~ call ~lJ,000 dowp, Marroy P.mldl An~tngprl¢o

rnr s{oral~o 6111h44‘1,14‘1‘1, II a,lt|, tW$.lr/’/.~)2‘1, No ngonls ItlalHO, MoDintaUgll. N,Y, 1390{ , 900,931.’/600,

Ithona ll0’bA,{’/.M{0,

REALTOR’

REALTY CO.

of PRINCETON, Inc. Realtors

SHERBROOKE ESTATES, PRINCETON JUNCTION.-

’ Three year old Colonial in mint condition. Large

living,room, panelled family room, four bedrooms,

patio, basement and two-car garage .... $71,500.

A CUSTOM BUILT seven year 01d Split Level in fine

condition. 20 x 22 foot family room is an oustandinE

feature. Many extras .... ; ....... $73,900.

FIVE BEDROOM DUTCH COLONIAL IN THE

BOROUGH OF ROCKY HILL with city sewer and

water. This is a small community, excellent for

family living, with all the conveniences of the city.

................................ $86,500.

COLONIAL IN THE STUART HILL SECTION OF

PRINCETON TOWNSHIP on a large wooded lot.

Family room with fireplace and a library. Two zone

heating and air conditioning. Spacious and

private ......................... $16S,000.

RENTALS:

Princeton: Nassau Arms - one bedroom

East Windsor: Princeton Arms - one bedroom,

one bedroom ~ den, two bedroom

Open 7 Days

194 Nassau Street 921.6g(/1)

In the Ui0,m auihSng ¯ end Fhmr ¯ Eh, vat.r ~,r vh’e

4 Models from $44w990

DIRECTIONS: From Trentom Take Route 33 Ee$1 Io Mmcerville Shoppm

0

Cenler -

Turn Left el next inlersegtion, Turn righl on Edinburg Rd. (Rt, $35) Proceed I mile Io

1errata Green li0n then turn left on Dubs Rd. to models.

MODEL PHONE: $86-02S0 OR 587-9079

Real Estate

P+xcLusiv,,.+ LOTS -- In Elm level, Garage, large collor

Wanted Ridge Park, t’/~ acres, $20,0,.:9 )lenty ovorslzed closets

il

up, Princeton prestige area, Ihrouglmut, Wall to wall $129,900, Call (699)

(600) 4=.126,I for flrther in-

Ifarald A, Pearson, 609.737. car0oflng and many ..oUler farmalhm.

~ 2 BEDROOM in

2203,

exiras 1,3 acre lot treed and

s,lrubhed, Oaly U~ ~, Up ,o I,’AIIP, IWAN’rI,~I) Real Estate

90t,Y conventions: marlgago "IWIN ItlVI~ItS~ -- ‘1 Bit II

.yam:to le qua.flo~ buyer Tw o. r .o, . ,, I wahl like to rent a small ACItEA,GE & I+OTS - In tim For Sale m $260 il

For nppalntlnent to inspect ’ft n ,;;+’,,,’,;,’,h X’;;’)"" ’"’’" "

f:rln (about 20 ilel’t~) with Paeoal)s from $1100per nero, ’

call swner anytime 6o0.999. Manvexlras As811n hie

~P~

farm braise In file Prlneotsu

n ,tll.mraneel~wllhw

II II I III

AN ABSOLUTE DREAMLAND!

Prestigious

,, mmmlmlmmmmlmlmlm I

Financing oval/ohio from 10% ’ " "’

"" v.. " e [,

....

" " "" "’"’ wall vllrlaqku

m ( lirll ),~W fir ’ au

area far one ar two ~ara dowo gplo t0 years to lay,

4,tfll,

)vorl’naks Ix:rk, 1 I,+ik airs o d CRANIIUI+,Y MANOR -- 4 hlhuh,,,dhetm,s..d Coll. ;m

oommoneing :is soon iis ..... liltS, Ily appt, only, 6{19.4.8. Imllroams, 2 full Imtks, illrgo i Irnhdrcmelilhml,g,

posslhlo, Rel:lY. Box//03131 c/e I)OYI,I,HLICAI,TfIIt 111125 hasement, garage, central £ilr

i

Prhmoten Packet, =15.~59.‘1:1lr, I ~ASI WINDSOR -- ]Iron(

hnlnedhileOtalap.etty

fond, $49,0


10.B

MONTGOY IERY

SHOPPING CENTER

Offers For Lease:

STORE - up to 4,500 square feet. Rent:

$3.25 per square foot per year net, net

DOCTOR’S OFFICE - 1,590 square in Nassau

Savings 8- Loan Building.

PROFESSIONAL OFFICE SPACE

RESEARCH 1 ’ARK

Offers For Lease:

OFFICE SPACE -1,200 square feet to 15,000

square feet.

Rent: $3.25 to $3.50 per square foot per year net, net

NEW OFFICE BUILDINGunder construction

30,000 square feet.

Rent: $3.50 per square foot per year

net, net

For Information Call:

Mr. Richard Skevington, 924-6551

or Hilton Realty Co. - Realtors, 921-61)60

THIS

SUMMER

HAVE A...

..AT

Beaehball at sunny pool

Play baseball wllh the guys and gals

3 8real gel| ooorses only minutes away

Play tennis on once! our 4 courts

Two volley.beli d~s

Shoot pou~ I,~t~,ll{h,0u,e

EnloY a hlgfib~a/I at the clubhouse pailies

Prlr’x:sI ,: n

Distinctive one and two bedroom

oparlments, Minutes from Princefen

University, The train fo N.Y,C.

end Philo, Is lus! o bike ride Dway.

at, ~, 1~ miles Ioulh OI New aramwick trelllc circle

(Holiday Inn), Take {ug,hnfldie and tallow Plaintboro

|lgnl lot 9 miler to Princeton Mendow~,, OR take N.J.

Turnpike Io Exit O.A. Rigid I mile to RI, 130 South,

Leg 9 mille to Cronhary,plaimhore gd, Main S(,);

rlohl I mile re plalntboro~ Rd I r ohl 4 reline Io

Princeton Meodown,

,. :.., , , :

(609) 799-2710

HOME HUNTER’Y GUIDE

:)

Tharsday, August 14, 1975

Enter these enchanted woods... If you’re

(The lVoeds of IVestermaln. 1883)

i

mthin 16 miles

of A, on Village,

wave good.bye

.,.to dlscover one of the Prlnceton area’s finest offerlngs. A brick and

frame two-story colonial buih just a few years ago with every custom

lecture imagittable. An, ply proper[ oned, graciously appohtted with a

light, cheery California flair throughout! Foyer with dtanddier, liviag

IOPEN

HoUsE- 534 Dutch

Neck Road, East Windsor,

N,J,, from 2 ’til 5 p,m. for

this One,’b,~ taking Route

~

room with bright bay window and fireplace, cozy study, beamed ceiling,

panelled family room with fireplace, woodbin and wet bar, dining room

with french doors to the woodland oathack, inviting kitchen with dinifig

area, utility roam, and two powder rooms[ The second floor lectures a

master st,ite with a closet big as most rooms, full-sized bath with twin

sinks, tltree other lovely bedrooms, all decorated to the nth degree, and a

delightful hall bath, with tuh, stall shower and two sinks in vanity [

Quietly pureed at the and of a cul-de-sac with natund woods and plantings[

A really must-sue!

$139,900.

Homeof the Professionals

JOIIN T

thqlewell H.mse Square

353 NastuuStreet

H.l)ewell, New Jers~:y 08525

prince(.rm. New Jersey 08540

(609)’166-2550 ()pcu7dt=)’sawcck (609) 921-2776

EAST WINDSOR . Cozy i[

Ranch situated On 2,0211

sloping to a brook |l

inground poet. 311

tile bath, dining II

130 to Dutch Neck Road,

going west for about a mile, CRANBURY

until you see our sign, Our 4 bedroom Colonial ready

sales associate, Ginny

for Summer occupancy,

Swangler will be there to 2 ½ baths, family room with

great you.

fireplace, large living room,

$27,50011 and better than

formal dining room.

newl No maintenance modern kitchen, wall to

aluminum siding, many ex-

wall carpeting, full dry

tras, Perfect starter home,

basement, patio, 2 Car

with land to spare¯

garage. Many extras .....

.............. $67,000.

RECENTLY REDECORATED

INSIDE AND OUT. This four

bedroom beauty has recently

been reduced by tran- STANLEY T. WHITE

sferring owner for immediate

possession, REAL =’~,o~r]"C.

IN YARDLEY-- GRACIOUS LIVING

A house of unique design hns been constructed

in Yardley by Laurence Nitsen without disturbing

the natural beauty of the ground

s.

$45,900, 6 t N. Main St.

SOMETHING DIFFERENT In Cronbury. N.J.

s 9 room bi-levell Spiral 6S5.3322 or 440,2477

staircase lends sir of

elegance, leading downward

to an extra large Real Estate

family room, complete with For Sale

The Scandla,

a bland of quality, comfort and convenience has

a formal living room with flbrary and fireplace,

a large dfning room, kitchen with dMing area

overlooking a sylvan glen large rec room with

imp ace, separate music oom or den a

baths, 3 more bedrooms and bath, 2-car garage

2208 YerdIey Road

215-295-3539

NEW CUSTOM HOMES

"Open Green Estates"

OPEN HOUSE- Route 526

Thursday, August 14, 197S

Robblnsvllle, N.J.

1 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Daily thereafter. Other times by appointment.

The Lombardo Agency

(609) 443.6200 (609) 2S9.9292

brick fireplace, Neat as a

pin, with ultra modern kit- I~OI{ONhY ~,S00--we offer Real Estate Real Estate

chen, 3 or 4 bedrooms, 2 ½ a ,5 Iredroom with fenced yard,

baths, Don’t misatlflsonel newahmd..m s~di.g, .ow~y For Sale For Sale

roved driveway In a very

ITHE desirable neighborhood. PIIA MON’rGOMI,;RY TWP. - Sale aq.pri.MqwtM = aMl~r r’,)n~

a,td VA financing Llvallablo, hy ,rLlnsferred owner. $6.1,tx)0, ’ ...........................

L OMI

Slau’kling I hedroem :1 I~dh

O" "’ ~n^, ,n.c ; ...... .h,t

AGENCY-REALTORS COMPLBTI~IN REMODEl,. heum leafy 1 fir ) imat,dlale ~ I1 IlllllJ . I~tl~[ . I~l~kl 411 $1 1~11i111


Jnlelrglltlrtl service, We offer

EastWlndsorOfflco=

1,3) - is this 0o yegr old eeeuplmcy, i,(catett } "" C a " lUU Ll-" se’¯-=ce

o

qr"o-ebseh’td

’’

tewhhouse. Ultra.modern [tel o hi I he I lke I|lonk

Route130 kitchen with dishwasher. (’nttnl . (y C t( tb r u n, o On h’eo, apltli’nnts We e have waiting handreds we ~ill of

(609) 443-6200 rnnge refrlgorater, Wnsl or minutes from I Pineetna & t~, . ,, = , , , . .

anddryor I)oaulJfnIllanelllng " " Co" - " 2.+,. te te ’"ill dlhr ’log r.t .... ’t " +n ...... w I s ,,,, .... ,e..,,. ,,..

I Ike I I1(I [ Sel~2OlYb I1

Real Estate ’ waH/wa, carpeting anti 8(1. It, LldJc~ting stained wood.,,,, ..... .,e.r ,,...=,.~ ............... ,,= ...~ ,~.’u

[!roph!co,$’,lS,,OO.0, li’llhand yh(leek,.., lures ....

tlaLlltcnlg aVatlgblo, wnn nulurul Slit(, te¢teatlcne elltry . Ill poemt ( Llr,)haqo I e,h~een, Llnll8

’’v yntt and Ihat 1he uecomuo Irutuge"

For Sale Irnfflc Iflslo t| r(snns & nllllty ~" ,, ,,, =’: ..,, .... ,~ ., , . ,,~ ,, ;,?h~ ..’: ’z¢

I,AWIIENCI,:’rOWNSIIII’ eel" I us " ) ( tot

$,I9,~)0 IS’I’III~ PIIIC~ -- bit ,’ u., ,,",,.y ira, ’~ l,t,,S % iF,,,,,.n w^v ,, ,,

,,, ,,ffe~ w,t ~,o ~o,std0rod wa, !a~!,,,~,~ ~I/(,! ,~. ~,~(r-,; hd ,;;,.;(;;,ii,,;";(;ti ;,;~’.

16 ’rl,lMPhl~, TI’]IIIIACI,2 ¯ Onghggedauhlo, treos aded ix]tcq tin’ ttgt tit, Atza’ilet 2 ’Ill .no(it) aa

k

Sthtnted (st (t Slltertly htnl- ler Phil

IILlpLlwdl ’l’ow(sl 11 ere In Llm’ }.~nt’tlgo COtlh’ol nh’ ten. ’ .....

seated 10{I x ’5’ { Cole house ha8 (1 reams en( ll/d dllinnlng, shn’tyt whglewa

Ill t,xeollnnt ca t .owec

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hglh.’L I,’IIA and VAf n( ne ng sc ’ee ys, ltavn( ( ’ vow[q[,

level htTgo fh(llstnl o e r nee uv(dlghlo, t.~onant[t’elgas fh’ed wtn’lll (Ul’

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wllh fire) eo tttll[ty nnu

ht, alhlg with hunthlifier, Call

IN (INlet OI,’ OUR MOST 2qll.?l~:,-U2(),~’,,

s~wder ’uayt ,’ ’8 f xn,

IIAM]I,"I ON TOWNSII[P

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,~mall devololtntnnl now 3

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xa .{ t ’ nc o’s on q grlor

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Isdhrt, Also a metnol t eattve.loally Ioeah~l Io 1.95, wn I l /2 aeru I t w t, ¯ ~ th Price I In(Iol’-$40 000"

Colth’ttl t|lr con no,

t,ar Ioting d’qyna, f ~gst no

$(13,(llll) Fhatll I,g wrtt[d .wj Ikw (y, V,A,’It Ity ney Wit, Also’ttLlW

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nl’ttlge ltllt[ IX[lid II~t ttnl P I n 1.4 hoth’{xtnl bl levpls $4t 490 ’

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hal ’no I anlo W Ih el coso I n[{o Ing(ll’~. ’( 911.1 1

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8’ o n(x~koalgh8 4 Ixhtyt 2~,

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Yggr itl)l)OIl~[llkOlk[, Ihlnp Hhrt’ti~o itl’O{t plus fill shldy’°Ul ~.m...,,itl httsOI110gtW"" .~.m,v.i (rlIllll

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Illlllt/lll|lm Sl(llngL4.hotlroomYl,

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AOENCY.REALTOH8 $15,111, ^Vlllhll|~frtl hl|lnll(llg,lo rn, .k., . IIu.. ~r. u

3% Ixlls 1, i}R, too{ o’11

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ig fi)lnily r0oly} wllh ]l(ici~ ny OWllOf Pllly,, qltii I}dtltlo, __~.

[Iroplll~o~ Col|Lrtll [t/u, flnl~nou

II(~.,HIl-lglll wLloKtl,ya, ,,w .........

n 11011101[, MaRY eust0m "WIN { VI?,II8 - 3 I~r olt

N it vt~tta’ -, ...... a mt re(

roalgrou, well |itlnenty0( or, Inwhlot,0 WtlktoNYO ) a,I ....

~’7-"-~ clt m t $:lgtlx)01tsst|l|gbo?’~

10[IXI’/~? glhtehctl Ilart;.~o~ hhtLlk Io ,ohogl o0gP ttql, ~a,n,a- wn - Instead of 0mptying your pockets

every monlh, fill up your life. AI Avon

Village, the superb condominium

community that’s part of exlraordinary

Twin Rivers. Here you’ll enjoy

: .

It’s all included in the low price,

along with:

¯ Professional exterior mainlenance

service !.

¯ Great GE appliance package

substantial tax deductions as an including refrigeralor, oven, range i

owner, making your monlhly

wilh hood, dishwasher, clothes

payments no more than you’re

probably now spending on rent. You’ll

also benelil from tlte security ol equity

build-up.., knowing your money’s

washer ;rod dryer, stainless steel Sink

¯ Central arr condilioning

¯ Plush wall.lo-wall Carpehng. choice

of colors

going loward your own irtveslntent .-= 1 -br and 2-br, 1-br and den.

nol your.landlord’s!

garden homes from’

What else does Avon vMage

offer?The gloqous Twin Rivers way

of life. Including four swim and tennis

clubs, ballfields, slmpping Cenler. s24,900

banks, library, medical find dental

oflicos and two elemenlary schools

to s32,000

--- all tn a magnificenl selting righl on

Ihu Pterfii~6s:’Ai~ Avbn’ViIlag(! t’l:ilS ’ I ’"

~’ ’ ’" ~’""’ ................ : ~’ ’:~" -~’;.(J7

$’ rdlo artK u M=t nell,

~4,Sllll, ll0g,l~il?.411M |if|or P~htU, Illy oxtrRll ?~X~ g,uun t [tO 11 }l, tl(,tt n I’(Xtt111t, 2 lt81hlt, Wl (~0 ~l(tt ~’ ’ ’ 1’110 g

PrlnPli,tl~ ollly, ’ D:l’,llhlllgrll~ll[1° M t $:10’8 609.44.Ili’?,l)collOliiCO.,100illl(tl|,~tly

|tX[l’l|8,fi()0,(~lbJil$9,1(;x, IP,)tl,: .........., ,aa

.

~ IIs own elaborale }nvale clubl~()uso.

INTEREST RATE FOR I

for en{e’hai({i’ng yo[irinc=.nd;.; in iho dP 11’70"E""""" I

grand manner. I "ll’~ll~ If

I

you putohase now, your in,

[] ’! -J "~ retest rale will not exceed an|

U I L auerage

¯ 1 years!

of 7½% tor Ihree[I

¯

Iota c0uent inlerest t0te commitment is 8~,1% b0t y0u’ll pat

s,ve

Dlff[RENCE!

i You’ll pay unly 7~% Ihe second year and 8%% the Ihitd

BUY HOW I year. W[’LL PAY THE DIFffREttCE! AI Ihe end of the 3.year

1

i period, il interns( rates are lower, yea’may tel[hence your

ANDGET

1 modgage with0ul pre.payment penally. (Pulahaser will make

UP TO: TAX CR EDIT I lull paymenl Io mortgage company; seller will teimbu,se put.

I ah0~er tel diffelentiol).

.....

A\ION

qlLLAGE :

atTain Rivers

s1-600,001y6½,tmt


~OThnraday, August 14. 1975

I

Gallery of Homes !/I R URA ,. r.

. PROPER TIES

PRINCETON BOROUGH - Homes like this English Tudor in the Western Bore

aren’t being built today. Chestnut woodwork, leaded casement windows,

beautifully appointed baths are some of the special features in this ¯handsome

seven bedroom, four and a half bath home. The first floor includes large living

ro0m; dining room and library with fireplace, study, breakfast room, kitchen and

two other rooms. Over the garage is a 3 room apartment. A flagstone porch

looks out over the acre of wooded grounds. If your preference is for an older

home may we suggest you see this one .......... .............. $155,000.

CONTEMPORARY CUTIE - Living room with cathedral ceiling and day

lighting, dining room, eat-in kitchen, 3 large bedrooms, 2 baths and large

basement. Exterior is maintenance free ......................... $68,000.

MAINTENANCE FREE cAPE COD in Lawreneeville. 3 bedrooms + an unfinished

room. Extra kitchen in full basement. Aluminum siding. Beautiful lot

with mature fruit trees and a summer house with stove and refrigerator in back

yard. Excellent conditionl Unfurnished, $49,500. Completely Furnished $52,g00.

REDWOOD RANCH on 10 acres. Maintenance free 4 bedroom Ranch. Sunken

tub in tile and marble bath, Small greenhouse. Beautiful tile work throughout.

Woods, stream and a place for horses .......................... $79,500.

OWNER SAYS SELL - deligthfully different house is the focal point of this 23

acre property in quiet of Hunterdon Hills. Become a "tree farmer" or raise prize

horses or beef stock. Remodeled 4 stall barn with loft, pasture and woods ready

for trimming out, Entire property offers possibilities unlimited ........ $112,500.

BEST BUY - EXCELLENT condition, prime location in Lawrence Twp. Our

lovely Split Level features panelled den,. ½ bath, laundry and workroom (or 4th

bedroom) on first level; formal living and dining rooms + eat-in kitchen on

¯ second level; 3 bedrooms and bath on third level, Call our West Windsor office,

...... . ................................................ $49,500.

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WINDSOR AREA

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: GREAT NEW LISTING ¯ A neat as a pin, spacious rancher

with many extras and low taxes. Lovely new kitchen

................................ $40,000.

:LARGE HOME - quiet location - 4 or 5 bedrooms, Central

Air, wall to wall carpet, 2 full baths and powder

room, formal dining room, eat-in kitchen, den, full dry

usable basement with outside entrance and tiled floor.

Covered portico, garage. You really should see it.

............................ ’.. ;... $S9,900.

WOW ¯ A superb location, 3 to 5 bedrooms, large’ play

room, wall to wall carpet, modern eat-in kitchen PLUS

an efficiency apt. for Morn or Dad PLUS a huge patio

and beautiful built in pool with all equipment.. $63,S00.

5 ACRES WITH STREAM. 3 bedroom Rancher with

fireplace, dining room, 1 car garage, full dry basement.

................................... $59,900.

2 ACRES OFF THE BEATEN PATH. Fully renovated farm

house with 4 bedrooms, modern kitchen (eat-in size)’

wall to wall carpeting throughout. Large outbuilding...

................................... $60,000.

2½ ACRES OF WOODED LAND. Secluded location. An

extremely attractive homesite ............. $1S,000.

136 ACRES OF FARMLAND in Upper Freehold Township

..................... .. ..... $2,500 per acre

2.65 ACRES building lot (Rural) ........... $21,000.

307 N. Muin St.. Iliglztstow., N..],

609-448-0112

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soLID 4 bedroom Custom Rahch that combines quality with timeless design.

Extra large living room with fireplace, dining room, bright eat-in kitchen, 2½

bath, rec room in basement with fireplace, and 2-car garage .......... $61,500.

¯ ..:. CONVINCE is.the.word,with this.4,bedroom, 8 room Colonial in Princeton June=,.

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..................................... ; ................. $64,000.

HOUSE FOR RENT - Princetofi Junction - Immaculate 4 bedroom, 2½ bath, 2

years old, family room with fireplace, living room, dining room, central air,

available immediately near schools and transportation ............ $525./mo.

Call 799-1100

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bath home with Florida room, and In a matter of seconds

built-in bookcases fireplace, It prints out a State Farm

MANVILLE ¯ CLOSE TO SHOPPING CENTER

covered patio, Immediate

MANVILLE possession, ~5.000

life Inzprahce proRramthat

matches your needs, One

5 year old custom built 6 room ranch, full 4 bedroom, Cape Cod PRINCETON TOWNSHIP ¯ you can live with.

basement, 3 bedrooms, living room, dining room, aluminum siding, 1 ~ baths. An alder borne with many See or ceil"

modern kitchen, ceramic tile bath, 1 car attached

$39,900. possibilities, 3 bedrooms, 2 ear

garage with many, many extras on a landscaped Excellent Cape Cod, 3 garage, large porch, full

75’ x 113’ lot,

bedrooms, living room,

basement, Make an offer, Dennis Whilney

$43,900, dining room, kitchen, wan NASSAU COURT inn new and

121 West WBrd SI,

to wall carpeting, full ~oslllvely delightful locution, Hl~lstown, H,J, r t,,--~

MANVILLE. PERFECT BUDGET HOME

basement with recreation a 4-5 bedroom name wilt

room. $42,900. fireplace, central vacuum 448-6667 , ~-~, "~,

bridk and alum,, full

2-story Colonial, 4 bedrooms, living room, large

, dining room, kitchen, full bath, full basement, on a

BRIDGEWATER

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TOWNSHIP

( orgrount tit t oB,ca .(is.sac. STATE FARM LIFE.

fi0’ x 100’ lot. $34,900.

$09,500 INSURAHCE OOMPANY

3 bedroom ranch, full

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busomont, $41,S00.

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2-3 bedroom RBnchorB to

4 bedroom CaPe Cod under construction still have be built, model available, REALTORS 924-7575

time to pick your colors, Call us for details, 60’ x

$42,$00. f’~vea. 609-921.370t 737-t780

100’ lot,

MANVILLE.BUILDING LOTS

Will build to suit, 100’ x 100’ northelde 100’ x 100’

Weston section, 80’ x 100’ Orchard St Cs for

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THE COMMUTERS DREAM in Mint Condition with a

spacious living room with sliding doors to a lovely fenced

yard; formal dining room, family room, 3 bedrooms,

eat-in kitchen and more.

$49,900.

Real Estate

LONG, LOW AND ONE OF THE LARGEST - You’ll

appreciate this roomy, 5 bedroom home on the hottest

day, whether it’s to enjoy the cool air conditioned interior

or the exceptionally pleasant backyard, The well

planned kitchen, panelled family room and 3½ baths

are a few of the other pluses in thts reasonably priced

bargain. Call West Windsor Office, $57,900.

EVERYTHING IS BEAUTIFUL - the house, the neighborhood,

the price. This 5 bedroom, 3 ½ bath home Includes

such nice features as Solarian kitchen floor,

parquet dining room and living room floors, plush carpoled

foyer and family room, and a central vacuum

system to make the up-keep a breeze, Owner will air

condition this home before dosing. Cell West Windsor

office, $5~,500.

SUMMER SPECIAL - There Is more spBco for your

money in this large four bedroom split wlth 2 ½ baths,

striking balconied dining room overlooking a spacious

living room, Family room with sliding doors to a custom

built Florida room, Basement and 2 car garage. There is

also a wall built patio, lovely landscaping, carpeting and

all appliances, Don’t waltl Call now, $54,800.

WEST WINOSOR OFFICE (609) 799.1 t 00

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Township property has good potential for small horse

farm, nursery stock or sub-division for homes. Home in

excellent condition with It rooms and 1 ½ baths, Large

lot nicely landscaped with plantings and old shade

trees. ,There is a detached 4 car garage with overhead

doors. Also a very interesting 2 stow building which offireplace

in the winter. A big sunny kitcheo, 3 bedrooms, living

room, dining room E~ family room. All in a 2 yosr old house,

complete w/central AlCl All for ............... ,. $4S,500.

~IUST REDUCED ¯ Lovely 4 bedroom, 2 ½ bath home in West

Windsor. Living room with fireplace, large panelled family

room, dining room, dream of a kitchen, central vac system, 2

car garage for ............... ........... :..,. $67,500.

fersa large knotty pine panelled room with brick

fireplace and exposed beams, Priced to sell at...~... ¯

NEW HOME IN THE WOODS - 4 bedroom, 1½ bath home;

family room, living room, dlnlng room, kitchen with O/W; 2 car

................ .................. $12S,000. garage ......... ¯ ........................... $42,500.

EAST WINDSOR RANCHERt This lovely home has

’spacious rooms and a beautifully landscaped yard.

Spotless interior including living room, dining room,

eat-in kitchen, 3 bedrooms, 1½ baths and full

basement. Great neighborhood for a young family...

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PRIVACY WHICH YOU HAVE ALWAYS WANTED: Over

one acre treed’lot with woods in front. Taxes $1,500.

Great floor plan for accommodating in.law living area,

Nine rooms, 2½ baths, four bedrooms on one level. 2

car garage .... ...................... .. $60,?00.

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IN WEST WINDSOR ¯ 4 bedroom Colonial, living room with

fireplace, separate dinhg room, eat.in kitchen, 1 bath, mature

trees; an excellent buy at ...................... $4S,0S0.

A REAL BEAUTY ¯ in a superb setting of trees 8" hills is th~s new,

marvelously arranged 2 atoP/quality colonial. Very spacious

rooms and many special features abound including 2 Ievel

patio, fullbasement, seif-cleaning oven .... ~ ...... $98,000.

OUR BELLE MEAD BEAUTY is only a year and a half old but has

: trees, trees, treest A handsome 4 bedroom. 2 ½ baths colonial

on 1 ½ acres¯ Large front to back living room, family room off

khchon,2cargarage, fullbasemantendcentralA/C. $69,$00.

: ROOMING HOUSE IN PRINCETON - 13 rooms and 10 parking

spaaes. Good investment ......... Just reduced to $65.$00.

LOVELY RANCH ¯ 3 bedrooms, 1 balh. On’ ½ ’acre. Beautltul

panelled den with fireplace. Study or small office .... $38,900.

PAINT ISLAND ESTATES ¯ 3 bedroom, 1 ½ bath Ranch on ap.

prox. one acre. Lovely family room. 2 car garage. Real country

living .......... ~ .......................... $39.900.

A HOUSE YOU CAN AFFO,RD on a quiet cul de suc with

sidewalks, excellent school svstam, four Lovely bedrooms, 2 ½

. baths, eat-in kitchen and only ton minutes from NYC bus.

......................................... $4S,S00,

AT THE END OF A CUL-DE.$AC is this immaculute 4 bedroom,

2½ bath colonial. Living room, dining room, new earpming,

large kitchen, family room, central A/C, full basement at a new

price of .. ~ ............... ~ .... ~ ..... ONLY $B9,B00.

IF DEVELOPMENT LIVING tS NOT FOR YOU ¯ we haw the answer.

An immaculate 4 bedroom, 2 bath Cape situated on a

charming reentry lane. Extras include raised -hearth fir0place,"

stained woodwork throughout Et an 18’ above-ground p0ol. ¯

.................... ; ................... ;. $64,500.

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REDUCED $B,100...OWNER MUST GET M’Ov[NGI Cuslombuilt

colonlal,,,complate to the last dalail. Maintenance-free

brick, Aluminum siding, Professionally landscaped ¾ acre. 4

bedrooms, 2½ batiks, 2½ years old, Carpeting throughouh

slate layer, ultra-modem kitchnn, dramatic raised.hearth

fireplace }n spacious family room, Or for rent ....... $59,900.

BENT ¯ Lovely 3 badromn ranch [n East Windsor, Other rentals

available .................................. $32£ me.

PRINCETON HUNT

ONLY 4 LEFT ’

In the lovely Gravers Mills area of West Windsor Twp, :

, Spacious-Exciting 4 bedroom, 2 ½ bath Colonials,

2 MODELS from $64,900 Excellent FineneSs9

OPEN SAT, & SUN, 11 to S

From Hightstown - Take 571 west. Right on Cranbu~y Rd, Ior

,approx, 1 mile: From Frlncaton take 571 east over Princeton

’Jet, 0ridge. Immodia!e loft after bddgo -’ Cmnbury Rd, for ap.

:prox. I tulles,

HIGHEST COMMERIClAL LOCATION in heart of downtown

Frincoton, Beautiful now building, Only 2 stores or ollicas

~amalnlng,

PEACHY PROPERTY. 2 LOVELY ACRES. The’ now a poach orchard,

you may build ap to 4 houses or prolassiansl ar

educational offices on this lieo East Windsor lacallon, Call 1or

full details, . ..... i ........................ $45,000,

I=INEST COMMERCIAL location In center of HIghtatown, Modem

Brick Buikl[ng currently occaplad by Cleaners [r Restaurant,

Eatalo anxious to sail ONLY ................... $S$,000.

! ALL AREA LISTINGS AVAILABLE

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HUN TE R ¯ GUIDE

Real Estate

¯For Sale

.~ ¯ RESIDENTIAL

¯ COMMERCIAL esT’..

ROUTE 130 ¯ This excellent location offers 100 fedt of

frontage on Rte. 130 and a Semi-Fire Resistive. 8000 sq.

ft. building with lots of parking area. An excellent buy at

~INSt~,e ¢I

’ TWIN RIVERS ¯ Complete information on availability,

$140,000.

3 BEDROOM TOWNIIOUSE:

of condominiums, townhouses and single family homes’

This very attractive home

in Twin Rivers. One and two bedroom condominiums.,

offers living room dining

, Two, three and four bedroom townhouses and detached

room "kitchen and half bath

on the fimt floor 3 bedrooms

ota 448.0600

homes. All appliances, cenlral air, carpeting, tennis, i

and ruth on the second floor.

lII ROG[R$ AV. HIGHTSTOWH

swimming and much, much more¯ Prices start at .... -

Full basement. Wall to wall TWIN RIVERS

curpeting, central air coM,,

........................... $22,900.

1 ½ years old 2 bedroom townhouse in excellent con-

range, refgr,, dishwasher,

washer amf dryer T.V. andition.

Living room, dining room, fully equipped kit-

DELIGHTFUL RANCH - Lovely half acre fully wooded

tense, h realnioo buy at chen, 1 ½ baths. Completely panelled basement with

$35,900 bar. Central air and wall to wall carpet. Stone patio.

lot frames this immaculate ranch home in E, Windsor.

Priced re sell ......................... $$39,000.

¯ Features include 18’ living room with bay window, dining

CAPE (~OD WITH

room, modern eat.in kitchen with snack bar, 2 MODERN TWO STORY MASONRY and brick building ALUMINUM SIDING:

QUIETSTREET NEARTOWN . .

bedrooms, ceramic tile bath plus full basement, over- with aplor0ximately 4000 square feet of floor space and

Located in East Windsor on a 3 bedroom Ranch on lovely treed lot. Eat-in kitchen,

half acre landscaped lot this dining room, living room with fireplace, large famay

sized garage, air conditioning and lardy screened in full basement. Two separate heating and air cond- attractive cape contains a room with fireplace, full bath, oversize 2-car garage, full

back porch off dining room with pretty and quiet view. ¯

tioning units making second floor ideal for offices or carpeted living room, modern basement. Cony., F.H.A., V.A.

apartments while keeping first floor as retail business. eat-in kitchen with new range ......................... Reduced to $44,900.

....... " .................... $43,S00. Parking lot on premises with possibility for shops in rear and refgr,, lauhdFy, two

facing new post office and Bank.,ExceIlent income bedrooms 1 ~/z baths DEVONSHIRE

NEW COLONIAL - Brand new colonial home in ex- potential, Let’s make a deal

playroom in the full basement, immaculate Chesterfield Colonial situated or

attached garage. $42,500 professionally landscaped corner lot. 4 large bedrooms

cellent Allentown location. Features include center hall,

2’/2 bath, living room, formal dining room, kitchen.

living room, formal dining, large modern eat.in kitchen,

S]tADED 2 STORY: If you

have been looking for a

utility room. Brick fireplace in family room. Full

panelled family room, 4 bedrooms, 2~,~ baths and 2 car

charming home in thc

basement, 2 car garage, central air, w/w carpeting plus

garage. All this plus maintenance free aluminum siding

llightstown area with large lots more.. ........................... $62,$00.

shade trees on a big lot you

and carpeting throughout at a fantastic ... $46,500.

,’ ’ sarpL’¢ . "" ~l= have cow found it. The ~ome INCOME PROPERTY NEAR TOWN

offers a 21 foot living room, One six-room apt; two 3-room apts. Basement. Total in-

dining room sunporch kitcome - $5208 per year. Dwlg. complies with Hotel 8.

chcn laundry room three Multiple Dwelling Law of N.J ............. $29,500.

bedrooms, sewing area, bath

and t;asament. The sunporch FOR RENT

hus knotty pine paneling. 6 room house, 3 bedrooms, desirable location.

ROUTE 33 ¯ 4,500 sq, ft. masonry building on highly

$45,000

$400 per month.

travelled road. Industrial - Commerical potential, Also 3

bedroom home with alum¯ siding, $89,900¯ 4 BEDROOM TOWNIIOUSE: ALSO, Home Available NO MONEY DOWN to qualified

Living room, dining room kit, buyer with VA mortgage.

and family morn comb., 2~/.,

baths. Many extras includng

SALES REPRESEnrArlVES

ROUTE 130 ¯ 4,9 acres with 200 ft, front. Business zone - upgraded shag carpeting

Evenings & Weekends

fabulous buy at $30,000. Ihrougnout, ceramic tile en- Calhertne Christie 448.2121

trance foyer, refrigerator, Howard Birdsall

stove w/self clcaning oven Warren fox

dishwasher, G.E. washer anti Gerald Dowein

dryer humidifier gas grill I

e[ALrOP central vacuum system all

drapes, .shadcs, and window

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accnssorles. $45,500

HILLSBOROUGH TOWNSHIP

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307 N. Main St., Illghtsrown. N.J.

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EAST WINDSOR COLONIAL:

TO BE CONSTRUCTED

This attractive home offers

Call uny Day any Hour

ample room for your large

8 room bi.level, attached garage, 1 full bath and 2 half

Member Multiole Listing Service

fumily. 9 rooms, 2~,~ baths, 2 baths. Partial brick front, large recreation room, modern

car garage, .large closets,

112.’j n.!

finished game room in

¯ kilchen with built-in Oven and range. 100’ x 220’ lot.

basement 20 x 40 patio, nicely Located on Millstone Rd. approximately 1 miles from

landscaped lawn. Extras Manville. Choice of colors throughout.

include central air, carpeting, ............................. $56,900.

dishwasher humidifier gas

light. Priced toseU at. $50,900

Thursday, Angust 14, 1975 ’4f

PRINCETON- HIGHTSTOWN AREA HOMES

PRICED TO SELL QUICKLY

CAPE COD ¯ On a gorgeous one acre plus lot, Better"

than new condition with plush carpeted living room;

dining room, ultra modern kitchen With dining area, 4

bedrooms, enclosed porch overlooks 24’ above ground

pool, Better hurry. $44,900.

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CRANBURY MANOR- Lovely 3 bedroom, 1 V~ bath

Ranch with sunken family room leading to rear

patio. Carpeted living room and dining room, full

basement, central air and quick occupancy. $46,90,

HICKORY ACRES SPLIT - Move in conditic)n and

priced to sell today. 4 years old but better than

new. 4 bedrooms, 2½ baths, basement, family

room and available immediately. Redocod to $$0,900.

RESTORED AMERICAN COLONIAL on a lovely tree

shaded ½ acre. Cantor hall entry, living room with

fireplace, formal dining room, ultra modern Eitchen, 5

bedrooms, 1 ½ baths and loaded with.charm. $$6,900.

..... ~" ’ :"~" , ±INSURANCE

COLONIAL: Sitaatod in thc

SPLIT WITH SPLASH - Outstanding half acre site in

beautiful Devonshire area of

REAL ESTATE " "~

East Windsor, this centrally 6 room ranch, 3 bedrooms, full basement, patio, at-

E. Windsor which features lovely 16 x 32 in.ground and

air cond. home, of colonial tached garage, 75’ x 113’ lot ............ $43,900.

super split level home¯ Large entry foyer leads to picture

design, offers spacious rooms

windowed living room, formal dining, handsome modern

und a fully landscaped half

acre of land. Indudcd aro liv.

kitchen, lovely panelled family room, 4 bedrooms, l~h

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MANVILLE

RENAISSANCE COLONIAL WITH SLATE ENTRANCE-

and din, rooms carpeted wall

foyer leading to living room with raised hearth fireplace

baths, laundry/mud room, basement and attached

to wall a large modern kit-

and bunt-in bookcases, formal dining room, largo eat-in

garage. All this plus 22’ screened in porch next to pool

138 South Main St., HIghtsown. N.J.

chcn w/dishwashcr and dining Modern 6-room cape, 4 bedrooms, full basement, gas kitchen, sunken family room and ½ beth. Upstairs are

area, family roam four large

for top quality at ................. $Sl,500.

(609) 448-1069

hot water heat, new kitchen cabinets, lS~ car garage..,

bedrooms fullbasemcnt 2car

four good sized bedrooms 8- 2 full baths.’The rear yard

garago, phLs a metal storage ............................. $42,500.

is wooded ~ private. $59,

=/00.

shcd at the rear of tha

TOP COLONIAL - Well established ~,~ acre site

property. Maietcnanco free

trames this lovely colonial in E. Windsor. Featuring cen- AN EXCELLENT BUY ¯ 21h acres commercial vinyl siding on froat portion of

HILLSBOROUGH TOWNSHIP

ter hall, 24’ living room with brick fireplace, formal whh 6 room, 2 Imth house plus storage Imrn &

hetLqe. $62,500

dining, modern kitchen, panelled family room with garage, Close to ’rwin Rivers. Priced to sell. SPRAWLING CUSTOM Over 4 acres, 200’ frontage, mortgage available at 7%,

fireplace, 3 bedrooms plus 9 x 12 study off master, lJh

$59,000, RANCII: Located in a ............................. $18,900.

heautiful rosidenttal nrea of

baths and full basement. Includes maintenance free

aluminum siding, carpeting, storage and much more at a

On a eul.de.sue in ltightsl.wn this 7 rn,m bi-lewrl,

Ilighstmvn this partial brick

ranch simply radiates dtarm JOSEPH BIELANSKI AGENCY

2 hulh~, 3 I)(~drnums, panelled fmnlly romn, ear- and class. Tlto floor plan

reasonable ..................... $53,?00. lmting in living rnrnn, dining r.mn, hell & stairs cooslsts of n large IIv, room

large ]at whh flnwh~gslrnum. $43,51)0. w/picture wledow, formal

212 South Main St., Manville, N.J.

COLONIAL CHARM ¯ Excellent ~ acre site in E,

dining room, modern oat.la

201.725.1995

COUNTRY RETREAT ¯ On 12 sprawling acres with

kit. w/dishwasher, sunkca

gorgeous view of Green Acres Lake. Early Colonial

Windsor is the setting lor this excellent six year old

family room wilh glass doors

home, Features include center hall, 22’ living room, for- Large career prnpnrly will= isrivah; patio. This la patio 3 large I)odrooms

Eves. Cell 201.359.3245

homo with 10 spacious rooms and 2 baths, landed with

original charm and ready for occupancy, Outbuildings

mal dining, eat.in kitchen, lovely panelled family room Sl)achms homo has 5 hcdronms, tinnily room & ceramic bafits, full painted

include a 7 ear garage, Smoke House, Weft House, 2

with brick lireplace, four big bedrooms, laundry room,

hirge eat-hi khehen with dishwasher and now "no. I)asomont, nnd a 2 car garage,

wax" flnnrl alsn central air, carpets and ft,ll, dry Walite walicarpetl~. $6n,ooo Real Estate

Studio’s, Stables and Born. Great potentlel for many

typos of ventures, $30S,000,

2Jh baths, 12x20 playroom plus fully finished rec room haaaumnt. $fi,t,900,

in large full basement, two car garage, walk.in closets

ENLAItGED CAPE COD: For Sale PROFESSIONAL

Raautlful condition, Central

nad more ...................... $S7,900.

ulr four bedrnen~s, 2 baths,

12 acres in Mmzroe w/Innl.~e, S ronmo and ]mrb, I dhfing room kitehcn w/ealingYAIII)LEY,

PA, -- 26 acres of

STUNNING RANCH. Gorgeous, large and lovely ran. car garage, ocrooned-ht porch plus 5() x ] It() bhtg, arca and walk.In pantry, residential hind within DFFICE SPACE

ch and a hall home on an outstanding half acre site in E,

Priced Io aall ja]onsicd parch, laundry walking distance of school,

room rhusnad naooment ree, $7,ooo pet’ acre, in center of WEIDELk

Windsor, Features include entry foyer, 2]’ sunken living llieknry Acras ¯ }.Ixpunded lh.tclt - I:iw~ large

room with her. l]eautlfully

lundseapod yard. Garden MOIHtlSVII,I,E PA, --

room, formal dining, extra largo eat.in kitchen with mad hedrnonts, panelled den, fnrnml dhdug roam and aroa, Carpeting an(i ~vormC.nn

er co .property. .qn a Hightstown ¯

room and laundry area, panelled family room, 5 eat.hi kiteheu with lanndry areu, lhune hsa heen ether exlruo, $55#00 husy corner. Masonry naiahng

Is presenlly rantc’d. $110,000 East Windsor

bedrooms, 3~h baths, basement and 2 car garage. Extras recnntJy redecnraIed on Inside and cnnles with

Phone 448.2[00

inelnde central air, alnrost new carpeting, draperies and wushnr, dryer & =tlr eontIithmero htchaled, Thorn Is

IlOPI’~Wl’~l,L BOROUGll --

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super storage at a reasonable .......... $S9,900, a i~ dry buaeumnl wlth added crawl alun:e,

An cscellant camnmre[al

cerner, n renials in 4 buildings,

,$5%~()(),

I’leuse h~lalro, Real Estate HOMEOWNERS NEED MONEY!

TOUCH OF CLASS. Hightstown’s best location is

,It) lhmm two.atnry ill l[]ghtsh)wn cnmplelnty

,’I{ENCIr’OWN ]IOROUGII For Sale Conoolldate all your debts Into one olnall monthly

the selling for this outstaading 75 x 398 wooded lot that rennvah!tJ t~ ill very goml i!uncJllhln, CJnal, In down.

7- [,av? y oh homo convorted

paymonl, Up to 30 yearn to pay, Also, homo Improvomonl

hamos a dolightM and charming 2 story home, tuwn

$2(),q00.

Inth 2 Inrgo npnrtmenlu, City I OUSE FOR SAhE ¯ Ioano - nny amounl, Our porsonul roproocntatlvo will call

wnler und sawero, see,coo l,nwronuevlllo Iovillago 192o at year homo ut your convenience,

Welcome to our entry foyer that loads to a lovely 23’

vlnt go r,ga remtxloled eat.

sunken living room with beamed ceiling and corner

IhO ~ II tl h I¢IV %lNr r I Ore )f o feast Itotn~s In Inkllchon, dlith~grm, punoled

fir0placo, formal dining, largo oat,in kitchen,

We have nmra Ihtlngo In nur africa ¯enll its for I//h/t/~lOn V. ~,1 It/I R%/ ) U.’¢’;.V~ AW tENCE TOWNSIIIP in don, fl!’ephce [~vo, f!dt.lmllL’h Call FULL SERVICE

libraly/tlen, 3 largo bedrooms, 2 full batlls, super patio,

~rleeo and dalalh,

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lencing, appliances, 2 car garage and more, $66,500,

609.448.4250 room, funrtly t~|oln kltclten, I nrct, two cot’ detached

AIh!r hauro & Sulshty CullAsk

.g $?t,000 [4arz!~o, ?G by 172. let, qtllot

201-778.3949

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Far Sale Far Sale

fatally wa!dd enjoy, P.Inuto.r Willow lid, t011.0.I15, Reai Estate Real Estate

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