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"It's rough," the ffAer said, referring to the recent ordeal. "I could much easier do it with someone else's Sean Williard and his parenu can kid. expect a very merry Christmas this "The intensity when you look death •year. in the face for two months, you can't They have been given the beat gift of believe." Mr. Willitrd said. all — the gift of life. Sean will remain in intensive care for Thanks to a donor in the Pittsburgh another three to four days, according to area, whose identity is being kept Dick Rkbling, director of public relaanonymous, Sean will live to tee this tions for the hospital. Christmas and can plan for many more "The prognosis looks good," Mr. Christmases to come. Rtebltng taid. The Simpson Road resident underSean's family is cautiously delighted. operation Sunday night, which began "Things arc coming along real at 8 p.m. and finished at 4:30 Monday well," Mr. Williard ukJ Fears of morning at the Chitdrca's Hospital in immediate early rejection have been Pittsburgh. allayed and the liver has muted to The family has been in that cuy for perform its functions of converting almost three months, waiting for a starches into simple sugars and secretb g bile doaor at Seas grew progmsivtfy weaker. Thit week's transplant came Although recovery differs with each at d o c t o r i p r e d i c t e d that the patient, Sean and hu family can hope 12-ytar-oM boy had oeJy about a wtek. for a return to Franklin within icvcral to live months if no corapUcations develop. "A livt* tn&tpUsl it techiuc»l!y tne The boy will continue to ukc the new drug rytbtporine, an anti rejection hsnkti thing ~ • harder ihaa a he*n or raeditaiUoa, for the rtu ot nit life, kidney t f a a i p l a s t , " said Scott ai&oogh dotage* will be cootinuJly WUl H I kke t > » | a pair oi wJjuvtol ttoul the nght amount t> rad u> eod.** determined Mr Wttlmvl ttvtikii tbet the usual The Me wvuij tramplifi! ti «lt*3 a oecrauoa U*u ttom 16 to 2* bcun, thtp rtixkau. «ba have been t&volmi t«u8g the tcrt'kc* vt ihsxt t«8feca«, to s tpKtai gift-gtviag vte^urt td their wfewit make* S<*a'i IV<( bmt tuffury Thaeki to conccrafd neighbun, at » rcctJTt). mud ctxmmiaity nxtihett, the Al prt*i Ha*. S<*n *ki MM! ki be umiy *iU »o* hair (hcif )>>> t Ktf Mill ta era**) ixm&tim *& than bj the im IOS«04J« tare aart A prfft««w« M> the licKtufc* has cwHiid *o<« eakt* *< The txpct&e c4 the tht h«i* ni • k e g tut*ur> e l hat *ej Uk TJ* by E. Grahun McKinley Staff Writer

by E, GraAam McKlnky Staff Writer Fourth Wan! CouacUwoman Nancy tteaty ts ooo mort step oo her way to auricatiafherself from a lawsuit that has been to progress for nearly a year, la fact, the former mayor may be the rtctpfe* of • $50 million dollar settle. meat, if tbq wins her case agaUul Somerset Cbenty Prosecutor Nicholas WateUJr. The former mayor has obtained a preliminary injunction halting Mr. Biwell'i efforts 10 prosecute her, and hope* |o achieve l final injunction tad tcoknteot nett year. Legal action started after Mr. Bisaefl instigated t grand jury probe of Kit. Hcwy'i coadoct as mayor. The probe wax spatted by MA. Henry's teamtiottt ih« the FnmUtn Ttmmhtp f^oiKt Department (FTTO) was *'racist and " became of to faiturt » arm* the Edfemm rapt*, who if mil at larfc Mi Ikary d*smt»«ed fUcn at lite apartment compiu, which u Itrfeiy bt*ci and a*» beca the tit* o M 9 •tsavltt ©a wwacfi to date. fotkwHtg (be prufcc, *twcb found eo pt*j**k (or bdtttxBj Mayor Htary, Mr. BoacU filed a u»t ol bt* o*«, d u f g i a § t h — **» ****** aaetafttd to tetafttt ta palace m*rtrn Ms Henry tawdc "pjwnUe* of p f f « , posit***. ce^ioytiKt* and benefit" to Hialko pobc« e*!k« LJ«*nl CcfcoMsi fur dw purpnac at "tftfaeewtti tad cfctaeajg puJMfcsai Mppon, a*i aad war" ia her i 9 t t To«ra»hip Coearil Kckctwa CMBtaiJS, •HonlMm IO die Wit

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Park police may seek court h§|) , The county Park Commission may free a court battle from park policemen who wish to retain their jobs. . Part police, who face termination of their positions, have decided to go to the courts for help, according to officer Robert Moose, state delegate of the Police Benevolent Association and chairman of negotiations for the Somebet County Park Police, '•^The county Park Commission has jnnounced it will dissolve the Park Police, whkh has been responsible for law and order in county parks, as of Dec. 31, in favor of park rangers, who will provide increased maintenance and -public services but will not have power* of arrest. ' Public outcry at this decision has been considerable. Approximately 300 betters hive been received by park policemen supporting their position. At demonstrations at two meetings last week, Tuesday's Board of Chosen ftcchoklers meeting and Thursday's Part Commission sc&ska, Park Police were k>Ul the commission's decision is final, and that freeholder* are not empowered to interfere. A petition bmwg 1.800 signatures from taxp*ym in the county failed to have any effect, Mr. Moose said. A further attempt to meet with FreeM d e n earlier this wek was nullified whet) the board summarily canceled the i

Franklin Township residents fear that visitors to Colonial Park will become the victims of vandalism, assaults and thefts, and that use of the park will be severely restricted for this reason. The Township Council sent a letter to the Park Commission protesting the move, but has no power to change the commission's mind. Malcolm S, Forbes Jr. attempted to allay these fears by referring to the fact that many urban parks, New York City included, utilize ranger systems. "The decision was based on two studies that we did, and surveys of park systems around the country," said Makolm S. Forbes Jr., president of the county Park Commission, last week. Examination of the studies reveal two major considerations on which the Park Commission's decision was presumably based — financial savings and a low crime rate in county parks. The first study, a management review of the Somerset County Park Commission prepared by Revenue Consultants, Inc. of Florida, indicates that funds are scarce, and suggests that the Park Police is "an asset not being used well at this time." The study suggests there is a duplication of services with the local police, and Mates "the park police budget is a siubk annual investment for a minimal amount of coverage at any one tin* " Mr. Forbes has indicated that elimination of the Park Police will tave

the county over $400,000 a yew. Furthermore, crime is not seen as a serious problem. , "There are few serious crimes or vandalism in county parks," the report continues. Recommendations include reducing park patrols, assigning of police to individual parks instead of patrolling the entire county, and/or contracting security to local municipalities. Somerset County has chosen the latter course. The second study, entitled "Park Resource and Visitor Protection," by Jack W. Moody, secretary-director of the Park Commission, consists of surveys of other park systems and recommendations based on these surveys. The survey indicates that rangers are the most frequently used type of visitor and resource protection in park systems across the country, including New York City parks. However, there is one important aspect of the report which has not been reflected in the county's ultimate decision. "To be effective, Rangers should have full arrest power," the report states, revealing that in fact New York City rangers do have full enforcement power. There is no question that the ranger system as proposed would be a drain on

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Warehousing changing with times by E. Graham McKlnley Staff Writer

into the township and that many do not ances. Peter Abeles of Heller Construction generate as much traffic as manufacturing, which is allowed in the M-lstated that such distribution center* Warehouses in the 1980s are taking zone. generate jobs that pay between $50,000' on a whole new look, and Franklin Barry Wolk, traffic engineer for and $73,000 a year. should keep up with the times, accord"Sixty to 70 percent of the new jobs Heller Construction Co., argued that ing to developers who appeared before larger warehouses generate less traffic being created in M zones in New Jersey the Township Council in Thursday's than smaller ones, so that by limiting are of the type now being excluded by* public meeting. warehouse size Franklin is actually this ordinance," Mr. Abeles said. -; The new warehouse will have the increasing traffic to the area. He also Several developers warned that i f ambiance of an office building. A stated that truck traffic would be off of high-ceilinged single story structure, it the interstate, utilizing roads that were Franklin passes the ordinance amendwill be between 100,000 and 400,000 constructed for trucks, which would ment, many potential builders will go square feet with emphasis on an attract- not increase truck traffic in residential elsewhere. Mr. Engle referred to the warehousing/distribution center as a tve exterior and landscaping details to areas. " g o o d , non-polluting, employmake it appear smaller. Several tenants "The peak vehicular use is earlier will share the building, and it will be than most office traffic," Mr. Wolk ment-intensive ratable." used as a combination of office space, added. The council agreed to continue the storage and high-tech distribution. Advantages to larger buildings, ac- hearing Feb. 9 , when the new comA controversial ordinance amend- cording to the developers, include prehensive zoning ordinance is exment has recently been introduced arguments that such buildings are more pected to be completedmaking warehousing a conditional use flexible, able to attract more quality "We are interested in protecting the in the M-l rone to prevent many of tenants, and able to afford an attractive integrity of a substantial investment in these buildings from being constructed exterior. Showcase distribution centers the Davidson Avenue area. The orTownship officials, who have dis- have won architectural awards, Mr. iginal intention of the council was agreed on the purpose and significance luiglc stated, but only the larger build- well-founded," slated 5th Ward Counof the ordinance, received added input can afford such positive appear- cilman Philip Beachem. at the first hearing Thursday night. Reprcvcntativcs of M, William* Convtruction Co of Dallas. Texas, *hosc third building of a large corporate center on Campus Drive i* prcrfntly before lite Planning Board, of the Mack Co of Rushdie J'*ii, which *i*ht» to construct m imiujim! pail oo Cottontail Lone, and Ironi the Heller CominRUun Company of luh»on, »hKh hope* lu lonitmct a v«arthouvc on the corner of CofUKiuil IJUK and

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Play & Learn Play & Leara Wocksbop his cvaythlng a little kid loves to do, accordwg to the Department of PHks aad Recnttion which sponsors the program. Painting? Sun. With a brash or with fingers children learn how to use primary colors and hang their masterpieces for display in the Punter's Paradise area. Domestic creative play? Of course. Kjtchen Korner is the hub of activity. Mommy's and Daddy's preparing dinner, tucking dollies in the crib and banking by jack-uv&e-box. phone. Additional activities include large building blocks — puppet pUy, and table toys and puzzks. On some days the children bring something special from home for show arid tell. Other days there is story time with the flannel board or a film. Mime? Yes indeed. Rhythm instrumenu and dancing in the recreation

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Four veteran members of the Authorities Association of New Jersey (AANJ) have been elected to honorary life membership in trie association 'In recognition of outstanding contributions to the advancement ofrnernoer authorities and to the association." Ejected to the honorary posts at the association's annual meeting in Atlantic Ctty were: Jeanne C. Decker, executive director of the Somerset Rarttan Valley Sewerage Authority of BrkJgewater; UWQENCE M. QERBER, executive director of the East Brunswick Sewerage Authority (Mr. Qerber Is former director of the Franklin Township Sewerage Authority); Alfred A. Porro, Jr., of Lyndhiirst, an attorney specializing In authority and environmental affaire, and Gal Quabeck, executive director t>f the Hillsborough Township Municipal Utilities Authority. Mr. Qerber and Mr. Porro were among the founders of the association in 1970 when It Included less than a half dozen authorities. Today the association represents most of the state's 150 local public utilities concerned with water, wastewater and solid waste treatment. There are also more than 150 associate member firms from the allied professions. Mr. Qerber, Mrs. Decker and Ms. Quabeck have each served two terms as president of AANJ, and ail are currently serving on the board of directors. The four life memberships are the first to be awarded by the association.

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Malcolm S. (Steve) Forbes, Jr., president and chief operating officer. • of Forbes, Inc. and senior editor of FORBES Magazine^was the.... keynote speaker at the New Jersey Association of Counties^ year-end conference, held at the Somerset-Marriott, Dec. 5. Vernon ' A. Noble, freeholder director of Somerset County, introduced Mr** Forbes who along with his many awards and achievements Is also.; president of the Somerset County Park Commission. Mr. Forbes^ spoke of his rapid rise to stardom at FORBES Magazine, which,? according to him, had a great deal to do with the fact his father is the publisher. His father has always said he "believes in nepotism aai long as it Is kept in the family." He said that since the 1930s, there" • has never been more uncertainty in the economy than there is today.' We are In a transition period, a period of tumult and change, but he > predicted that we are In a period of positive change. Mr. Forbes said we are moving away from the theory that the economy must be1 managed by government to the idea that people make the economy grow. Through proper incentives, people will produce more and save more, and produce a healthy economy. We cannot have punitive tax laws nor can we over-regulate, we must reward not punish economic growth. Mr. Forbes concluded to the packed audience of government officials, "Make people more productive, that's the key."

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The radiometer shows dial energy is released from the sun. This energy is invisible but when the vanes on the radiometer begin spinning it indicates that heat from the sun is a source of energy. The heated molecules accelerate the vanes on impact causing them to spin depending on the amount of sunshine being produced at the time. This sunlight is released u energy in the form of heat called infrared radiation. When the teachers introduce the use

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Using vadlometers are kindergarteners (left to right) Michael Malley, Jennifer Yacone, Brett Jones and Megan Molner.

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sew) their combustion products directly into the air in the room in which they're used, this has been • matter of special concern. 'The study concluded that kerosene beaten pose tittle serious risk b those in good health, u long as there is adequate ventilation and the manufac- ' WEST WINDSOR — Even with « NEW BRUNSWICK — With winter turer's instructions are carefully fol- full-time job, you can still continue your education or earn college credits weather fast approaching, people who lowed," he said. "A key finding of the commission's at Mercer County Community, College use kerosene heaters—even those who have used them in the past and who study concerned die proper adjustment in • variety of courses at "off-hours 202. • \ •• > • consider themselves "experts" — of the wick in, a kerosene heater, said —.early morning, evenings or weekends. ,* , need to review the operating instruc- Dr. Ponessa. In the semester beginning the week "While it was already known that tions for the appliances to reduce the chances of fires, bums and other acci- setting the wick too low causes sun of, Jan. 16, for example, early bird dents, says Dr, Joseph Ponessa of increase in the amount of pollutants courses begin at 6:45 a.m. and run until produced by these heaters," he said, 8 a.m. During those hours, you can Rutgers University.. Detailed information about the "it was also learned that setting the take credit courses in such areas as TRENTON — A spray to deter those heaters and their safe use and operation wick too low can cause the heater's, psychology, sccounting and dsta who illegally cut down pines and is provided in a bulletin and a newly internal fuel supply to burst into flame processing. evergreens along state and interstate Credit and non-credit courses in in some cases, causing serious fires. prepared supplement to it, both written highways in New Jersey to use as "This underscores the importance of almost any subject are held in the by Dr. Ponessa, and available through Christmas trees is being applied again evening, Monday through Thursday, selecting a heater of the proper size for county offices of the State Cooperative this holiday season by the Department the room in which it is to be used, since and many data processing and comExtension Service. of Transportation (NJDOT). puter courses are available on Friday buying too large a heater and then Dr. Ponessa, an extension specialist The spray, a deer repellent Koraistin housing and energy at the State setting the wick too low can lead to afternoons and evenings. A non-credit ing of 90 percent bone marrow mixed course in BASIC programming for University of New Jersey's Cook Col- these potentially dangerous circumteachers begins at 4 p.m. oa Fridays with water, creates a highly unlege, cites a recent study by the Con- • stances," he added. Detailed information on these and and an introductory word processing pleasant, but harmless odor, in a wirm sumer Products Safety Commission, area, such u inside a home, which found that kerosene heaters can other concerns about kerosene heaters course begins at 5:30 p.m. on Friday*. A survey by NJDOT maintenance On Saturdays, both morning and be a safe and economical source of is available in the bulletin "Kerosene extra heat, ruvkkd they arc operated Heaters" — Safe Use and Operation," afemoon, MCCC offers credit courses forces revealed that not one tree was with care. In some respects, these and the supplement to it. Copies arc in business law, management, word lost in these areas last year after the appliances were linked with fewer available free of charge from the coun- processing, computer operation*, com- spray was applied and warning signi mishaps than other supplemental ty extension home economists, who are puters, photography. wttercoJors. Eng- were potted. Due to the success of the iprayiog, listed in the white pages of the tele- lish composition, accounting and heater*, the number of titet will be "The commiiiion also investigated phone book under government head- more. Weekend noncredt! wuriibap* in the this holiday indoor air pollution problem* M- ings. <•

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' my wife's got/dinner in the oven or 'something." ;' But instead, it was Mrs. WillianJ, t who told Mr, Grippo that a liver had been found. I * M H was a very moving and, emo' tional period of time," Mr.; Grippo said. "The workers were tired and "It feels pretty good," was the discouraged./ understatement the Rev, David "I announced it right before the play Olsen, pastor offrom Community Baptist began. If there's a heaven, this is what Church, which has provided financial it must be like," Mr. Grippo con- and spiritual support to the WiJIiards tinued. "The play took on a tremen- throughout their time of crisis. Mr. dous amount of meaning. There wasn't a dry eye in the house." "I wa> stunned," reported Rich Ferity, "Mr. Cannistcr." who as an

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"I'm thankful that the council had the confidence to reappoint me," Mayor Michael Pappas referred to Mrs. Maak as a township "success story," citing her 25 years of service to the township, from secretary to the Health Department, through the Planning Board to deputy clerk, and finally township clerk. Mrs. Maak has recently been appointed treasurer to the Municipal Clerks Association of Somerset County for 1984. She is currently enrolled in courses offered by Rutgers University's Department of Government Services.

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FRANKLIN — Services were held Saturday for Myra Hulmc Elshayeb. 64, of Gncr Road in the Somerset section, who died Friday at Middlesex GcneraJUnivemty Hospital. SOMfcKVlLLE — Milton .A. V»n Bom in England. »hc resided in Deneer Sr , 63 died Dec. 18 at home. Alciandria, Egypt, before moving to Ik « u born in Jersey City and had Somerset rune years ago. Her huitNind. Gakl FJihaveb. died h>cd to Sorucmllc for 35 years, Mr V*n Derveer had been employed tn 1967.

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of 45 N. 20th Avo., died Monday, Dec. 19, 1983, at Somerset Medical Getter, Somerville. , , v. B o n m Fianklin Township, he lived in Manvflfc most hia life. He was owner and operator of Perbach's Tavern on Soutn Main Street, Manville. A communicant of St. Mary's Bynotine Rite Chiirch, Mr. Peraach served in the U S . Marines during War Worid U. He was a member of the Maavflle Veterans of Foreign Wars P o t t 2 2 9 0 . the M a n v i l l e American Legion, the ManyiUe Elks and die Manville Rod and Gun Qub. He w*s a lifetime honorary member of the Manvilk Volunteer Fire Department and belonged to the Somerset Services were held Saturday from County Taverns Association and the the Fucillo & Warren Funeral Home, Eagles of Somerville. Manvtlle. He is survived by his wife. Ethel Burial was in Bound Brook Cemliiak Perhach; three sons, George Jr., etery. Bound Brook. Brock and Jeffrey, all of Manville; a. daughter, Linda Andersen of New York, N.Y.; and two brothers. Joseph and Peter, both of Manville. Friends and relatives may call at the FRANKUN — Darren Twyman. Fudlio and Warren FenenJ Home. 203 infant son of Floyd and Valerie S. Main S t , Manvilk, today from 2 to Twyman of Village Drive in the Soone4 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. n*t section, died Monday, Dec. 12 at Funeral services will be held Friday. St Peter's Medkal Center. Dec. 23. In addition to hi* parents, surviving mt hit maternal grandparents, Fred tad Violet Fraser of St. Kitt. West Indies; hi* paternal grandmother, Emma Twvuian of Yardley, P« , u»l hit IMTtcnul great grandaxxher. (Hcndary FRANKUN — Andrew Miktnkk, i-undeiburg of Alahoiiu. 67, of Jerome Avenue tn the Somerset Service* were Dee 13 ai II a.m. lection died Sunday tt Socnmct fuun AivJrrnin huacrtJ tertkx, 201 Medical Ceaier. Somemlie Safldfofd St.. Hew BrumwKk Born tn Bound Brook, be livtd in Bun A) » U IS Fnmkliri Metnt*ul Somerset for die past 62 yemn Piil, North Bnuu*K.k. Before rtttnsg ia 1975. he * w a lift truci. upentor wtth OAF Curp , So»*th \kMt*i tittxA, for W! ftMt Mr Wikiaxk WM aa Army vtiet*a id Wurid War 11. amJ »** a tatmbe* ot MANVIU i - ( k « f e Pwnacn Si. VFW Kjtf 2290. Maovilk tk alto bek»yed to the Sooth Hn*4 Bridgcwatcr. Mr. Learner was a U.S. Amy-Air Force wteran of World War 0 and ft member of Emmanuel Baptist Church in Manvillc. Surviving are his wife, Dorothy; three stepsons, George Heim of Franklin, William. Helm of Manvilk and Robert Heim of Bradley Gardens; three brothers. Orviss of Burnside, Pa., Dallas of Barnsboro, Pa., and O a k of Falls Church, Va.; our listers, Grace Sutton of Middlesex, Bemice Learner of Philadelphia, Alice CaWwell of Nanniglow, Pa., and Mary Moses of Princeton, Minn.; and four grandchildren.

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cy Mileanlck of the Avenel section of Woodbridue: three broihers. Walter of South Bound Brook, John of Middlesex, and George Mileskf of ManvUle; five sisters, Julia Nagradzki of South Bound Brook, Anna Swncbyshyn of Bound Brook, Sophi* Biniek of Bridgewater, Theresa Tangolics of Highland Park, and Sadje Stine of Bound Brook; and two grindhcildren. Services were Thursday at 9 a.m. from the Conroy Funeral Home, 21 E. Second St., Bound Brook, followed by a 9:30 a.m. Mass of Christian Burial at Our Lady of Mercy R.C Church, South Bound Brook. Burial was in resurrection Cemetery, Piscataway.

LaHa Walker FRANKUN — Lalla K. Walker, 39. of Phillips Road in the Somerset section, died Thursday, Dec. IS, at St. Peter's Medical Center, New Brunswick, after a kngthy illness. , Born in Max Meadow, V«., the resided in Somerset for the past 14 years. Mrs. Walker was a member of the New Brunswick Church of God. Surviving arc her husband. Kent W. Walker, Jr.; a son, Kenneth R. of Springfield, M m ; three, daughters, Vivian Walker of Springfield, and Glenn* Walker and Utoia Walker, bach *x home, two tiiiert. Dorothy Dufta of SpnngAcid. Cora Elizabeth itolliday of Wevt Vugbu, throe broken, Peter Motlidi) and Robert Lance HoUtdav, both of Springfield, tad lame* Leruy H<»UM1*) vi Vtrguua, «*J hex mother. i k u K K. IVillnlty o( Virgaua ServKC* »rrc I'surtday i l l O i m u die Nrw Bntaswtck Chureh of Gud, 68 Road, *v(h the He» , p , | f are by the Jooa W. Tntvii A Funrrtl ServKt, 676 Ffk&klia lktr\4 **» ia Frtnilm MemurttJ C a a r t m , Nu*t

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Collins family, four 4-H members * whose mother recently died. One of the youngsters suggested the idea and all agreed they wanted to be a part of giving someone else a little brighter Christmas. The recipes each participant submitted to the cookie exchange will be compiled into a further exchange for everyone to have. Copies will be available on request at the 4-H Office, after Jan. 1. For those who do not want to wait for the recipe sheets to be prepared, here ae some of the winners to try: Noel Wreaths — Dawn Statmts, Gtngersnapt 4-H Club 1 cup butter, softened Vt cup sugar leg* 1 tsp. vanilla 2Yi cups flour 1 cup walnuts, chopped 1 cup raisins, chopped Vt cup honey Red and green candied cherries

Cream Cheese Cookies, Annette Schmidt, Gingersnapt Vi cup packed brown sugar 1 cup Bisquick baking mix 1 package (8 ounces) cream cheese, softened 1 Tablespoon lemon juice Vi teaspoon vanilla V* cup margarine or butter, softened Vi cup chopped walnuts VA cup granulated sugar 2 teaspoons milk 1 egg Heat oven to 35OF. Grease square pan, 8x8x2 inches. Beat brown sugar and margarine until fluffy. Stir in baking mix and walnuts until mixture is crumbly; reserve I cup. Press remaining mixture in pan. Bake 12 minutes. Mix cream cheese and granulated sugar, beat in remaining ingredients until smooth. Spread cream cheese mixture over layer in pan; sprinkle with reserved crumbly mixture. Bake until

center is firm, about 23 minutes. Cut into about 2-inch squares. Store cookies in refrigerator. Peppermint Chocolate Puffs, Caprice Powers Mufflt-It-fJpa V* cup butter or margarine V* cup sugar 1 egg, separated 1 teaspoon vanilla 2 cups all-purpose flour Yi cup crushed peppermint stick candy sugar and chocolate chips Cream butter and sugar thoroughly. Stir in egg yolk and extracts. Add flour until bumps are gone. Add Vt at a time. Stir in candy. Roll into I inch balls, Dip balls into egg white and roll in sugar. Place a chocolate chip in the center of each cookie. Bake on ungreascd cookie sheets at 35OF for 15 minutes. Remove from sheets im-

Beat butter, sugar, egg, vanilla in a bowl with m i m until fluffy-light. Gradually stir tn flour to make a soft dough. Measure out V, cup mixture and put in a bowl. Blend in walnuts, rauinj and hooey; reserve. Spoon remaining dough in paitry bag with star tip. Preis into IV'i inch rings on ungreajed couktc ihect. Fill center wjth reserved mixture Decorate with chemes. Bake at 3501- for (2 tmnuiei Makes 4 tloren (If you dem't have a pastry bag. roll into stop* and form nngs )

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Woman's club organizes Operation Candy Cookie Membert of the Cedar Wood Wojnaii'r Club recently packed 134 can* of holiday cookies and candy to be taken to SklUman Training School for Boys to help make the holiday! brighter. . • ' . . In "Operation Candy Cookie," one pound coffee cans were decorated and then filled with home-baked cookies and hard candy.

Member* of CWWC contributed to the project M well a* people in St. Peter's High School. St.* Frauds Cmbrini School in PisoaUway and Brownie Troop 1157 of Somerset. In other news, the Gourmet du lour cooking group held its annual Ctvutmu brunch on Tuesday, Dec, 20 at 10 a.m. at the home of Betty Havey.

Republicans have party Over 100 people attended die second annual Republican Club Christmas party held at McAteers on Easton Avenue. The chairwomen, Karen Varga, gave the welcoming address. Also celebrated was the 90th birthday of Charles Brockman, a longtime party worker. Anna K. Peseta, having

been chosen as woman of the year, was presented with a plaque for her many behind-the-scenes activities. The man of the vcar award went to Anthony Mcnto for his efforts in fund-raising. James Pappas, father of Mayor Michael Pappas, helped Santa William Ward to distribute prizes and gifts.

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The Franklin Woman's Club is preparing its annual distribution of homemade cookies to various nursing homes in the Franklin area. This year, however, the dub was assisted in decorating the empty coffee cans by members of Cadet Girt Scout Troop The talk about books that make good 810 which Is sponsored by the Somerset Presbyterian Church. Christina* gifts w u presented by Pat All of the cookies were baked and packed by dub members. NSvi*on. This holiday activity of the dub for over 20 years Is a joint effort -The club's next regular meeting will of the Social Services and American Homes departments. be held on Jin. 9 at 8 p.m. at MacAfce Pictured at the home of Louise Crurn. chairwoman of the Social Road School highlighting a program Services Department, are Cadet Girt Scouts; seated left to right. "Consumer Quiz" presented by Public Heather Boswefl, Keteia Baptist and Wendy Boswefl. Standing Service Dcctrk and Gas Co, are Joy Baptist, co-leader, Melisa Kuronjl and Rtnae Bush.

Books as gifts are reviewed A presentation of rcvicwi of poetry and story boob fur children and a varied collection of cookbooks, bnvgraphics, coffee table books and book* cm garden and needlepoint was • feature of the Franklin Woman's Club regular meeting which wit held on Dec. 12

Victorian tree The Garden Department of toe Cedar Wood woman's Club has contributed to trie holiday season by decorating a tree inside *x> main entrtnoe of the Frankkn Township library with authentic Victorian tree ornaments The deoora&ons, which date nacx to the rmd-teoo'a. were created by members of me Qa/tJen Department and include pomander batts and poq>ount ynda Richardson, Garden Deportment chairwoman, expiakwd Jfut the tree ts caftod a Victorian Fragranca tree, and exhibits Sve style of a tree decorating of me Vidorian era Admiring the Yiettxian tree at the Franklin Township Utxary are Jtf and Ryan SocSe ol Somerset

The Villagers announce cast The Franklin Villagers Bam Theatre pcmiuiiiew of Bernard "Same Tune Kent Year" will u*f Sharoa Schapow aod Ltxi J Stahworth. in the rule* m*de fwnuui oo Broad* ty and tn the movte, A£curdui| to Mr, Stalswurth, «hu i» dutctiag the two-acnx py play, "X»»ue Ttme NCJII Year" t* s "kne 5**7 that cuvm 25 yxu% of <*c mghl rrtVvtmj the vtlue* of wt at P*J>»K*v«tt but

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Senior citizen activities offered There are many things planned .for Benin citizens in Franklin Towship this coming year. Nutrition centers in two locations are now in operation: Quailbrook on New Brunswick Road off De Mott Lane, and Phillips School on R t # 2 7 in Franklin Park. Lunches are served Monday through Friday at non and a small donation not less than 73 cents is suggested. For more information call Quailbrook at 545-9067 or Phillips at 821-8333.

Clubs are open for new members and activities are offered: creative arts and crafts three times a week, Swingin" Singers on Monday, aerobic exercise on Tuesday, club meetings on Wednesday, special events on Thursday, and Line Dancing on Friday. Trips, jaunts and mini holidays are held throughout the year. A monthly calendar is available through the Department of Parks and Recreation. Call and ask for Lynn Lazzara, (A .tor of senior citizens.

Senior citizen officers elected For the needy

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Gifts donated by members of the Franklin Township Senior Citizens' Club, Inc., are presented to Helen Miller, director of Outreach, Franklin Township, to be distributed to underprivileged children in the area. Among the gifts are 10 bJcydes donated by Nancy Masterhouse. From left torightare Helen Miller, Rose Tanora, chairlady, Ed Kubiak, program chairman, Nancy Masterhouse, John Tanora and John Geoghan, chairman.

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A Monmouth Junction HUM w u traffic. , . turfed Tuesday after being struck and The Kendall Park Rescue Souad took kjtfled by a car Dec. 16. Mr. Fazekas to the Medical Center at puthur Pazekas, 23, a 1978 graduate Princeton whercThe later died. qft South Brunswick High School, According to Franklin Township Pastood on the southbound shoulder of oilman Joseph Linsky, the accident U Mute 27 in front of the Hub building still under investigation. en a car driven by Charles Mauser, Bom in New Brunswick, Mr. , of Kendall Park struck him. Fazekas was a lifelong Monmouth he accident snarled rush hour traf- Junction resident. f|i on the busy highway for more than He was a clerk at the University of ti ) hours. Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey ,"; Phis was the second local young man in Piscataway. tortile in an auto mishap in six days, He is survived by hist parents, Arthur tftoothy Paul Shearer, 25, of Kendall and Mary Fazekas; and three brothers, ftjrk, died Dec. 11 when the car in Richard, Henry and James. wfcich he w u a passenger struck the Services were held at the M.J. drHder and turned over. Murphy Funeral Home in Monmouth '* Various passing motorists stop to Junction with the Rev. John Maltby b#ip the Mr. Fazekas, who lay on his officiating. t*ck in the road as police attempted to Burial w u in Elmwood Cemetery, Clear the area of cars and reroute the New Brunswick.

Open basketball is a popular recrea-v tion program of township teenagers. Over the winter recess the gymnasium at Sampson O. Smith School will be open from noon until 3 p.m. on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, and will be free for the holidays. On Friday Jan. 6 open basketball will begin for the 1984 wanon Thin

program is also available to seventh through 12th gride students. A $2 registration fee is required for the 13-week program that will run through the end of March. For further information call the Franklin Township Department of Parks and Recreation at 297-7330.

Andrea Johnson takes a comer shot under pressure from Sean McQinnls at recreation open basketball at Sampson G. Smith.

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sports takes Cindy Christy named to All-State team Hillsborough'i Cindy Qiristy w u turned to the fint team of the Star-ledger's All-State hockey team. Christy, a strong defensive player, led the Raiden to 18 shut-outs this season. On offense, the center-halfback scored eight goals and passed for eight othen. lily VsnRiemsdijk, a teamatc of Christy's was named to the All-State third team, and group three's first team. Sarah Todd was named to the second team of group three.

Local players named to all-state teams Paul Theobald and Wayne Htruhorn. Ixxh students a! lmmaculaia High School in Somervtlk were named to the ihird team of (he Star-Ledger'* All State Football Team, Theobald played offensive tackk and Hartshorn was (he Spartan*1 guard Enc Lehman, a deferoive end at HiUtborvugh High School was named to the itcood team of the Group Three dc-

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from a 12-8 deficit at the end of the first period to lead 24-20 at the half, scoring the final eight paints of the SOMERVILLE — It's not often that second quarter. The visitors led a team can get away with shooting 27 throughout the third quarter,' but Impercent from the floor and still have a maculata was able to pull within two chance to beat the defending North points at 32-30, setting up an exciting Jersey Parochial A champions. But the final quarter that saw the score tied five i Notre Dame High basketball team time*. almost pulled off (hat upset Saturday The Spartans had taken a 38-36 lead against Immaculata High. with 4:23 k i t when 6-9 center Terry Almost, of course, is the key word Dross neted a layup. Irish junior guard there. Coach Dave MHtnowicz' Fight- Brian O'Reilly tied it up at 38 all, and ing Irish squad had plenty of chances to then stole the ball and went the length win the game, and held a 40-38 kad of the court for a layup to give Notre with just three minutes left to play. Dame a 40-38 lead. However, the Spartans held the visiting Those would be: the final points for Notre Dame club scoreless for those the Irish. Guard Mark Miller missed final three minutes, and driving layups the front end of a* oae-and one opby Ray Migtiore and Angelo Pareoti portunity after a steal by center Doug gave Imraaculau a 42-40 win. Holmes, but Notre Dame got another chance when Anthony Hill came up "We did exactly what we wanted to with the ball. However, the Spartans do, but we just shot poorly," said managed furvc a jump ball. In the MiUnowkz. 'We were l?-for-62, and scramble that ensued. Mill * u whitwhen you shoot like thai, you're goww tled for a foul, lose. We pityt»S wtll exeqx for our Migtkxt thin put in • iayup with shouting." 05 kit Io tk everything up at 40 The vktory give (he Spartans a 2 0 Notre Dome came down the tluor, but record, as (hey mwikd M « m l k 73-52 forward Tom Gavin miutd s jumper Friday night, wfotk Nu
after which Parcnti drove to the hoop for a layup with just 29 ticks left on the game clock, / Instead of calling time out, the Irish mission, because? they couldn't miss when play resumed. Stockman, Flynn and Liedtka each scored four points before Immaculata center Diane Finnan (the high scorer in the game with 14 points) put in her team's first bucket of the second half. Improved defensive pressue on Notre Dame's part forced the host Spartan club into numerous turnovers, and Immaculata was never able to get closer than four points (33-29) after that. The Irish did a nice job defensively against Finnan, a 6-0 junior who had Kored 23 points and grabbed II rebounds in a 73-16 win over Manville the night before. "We know Finnan because we scouted her," Simone said. "We knew everything went to her." Notre Iksm u x d 11 players in the game, shuffling the guards in and out regularly lunioc Bndget Corrado and I iedtka were (he s t a r t e r s , but sophomore Trin* loy slso s*w a lot of pUying time Center Allen and forwards Flynn *fi*i Suvknixn played muM of the game at their respective pi mi too i

SCOTT EISENHOWER deferxls against Notre Dame's Brian O'Reitfy in a game between the two teams Saturday in SornerviHe. Immacutata won the game 42-40.

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Geologist's style garners him credit as an artist NEWARK — Dr. H.F. Garner U a scientist who uses his artist's eye as both a creative and research tool. Hit paintings of geological objects are both aesthetically pleasing and scientifically informative, magnifying foe subject* —• often by 20 to 60 times their original size. Il.Thc Rutgers University geology professor is a geomorphologist, an expert on landscapes and their origins, ijflrcady noted as the author of a comprehensive textbook on geomorphology, he is amused at the suggestion that he may soon receive further recognition for his painting technique — detailed enlargement of a small section of an object that is actually an element of a larger land-

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Geomorphology" was published ia! 1974 by Oxford University Press, j | He is also an authority on thej geomorphology of the Andes Mouir-; i m b r i c a t e — o r o v e r l a p p i n g , of what has previously only been tains and his definitive paper on thej Ecuadorian region, presented in 198}; shinglelike — structure of flowing verbally described, for the most part. lava. Dr. Garner began his professional at the 21st annual meeting of the] "As lava cools," he expains, "the career as a paleontologist — one who British Geomorphology Research outer shell solidifies and then the hot studies prehistoric forms of life through Group at King's College in London-' lava inside flows out, freezes over, and plant and animal fossils — and some has just been published, also by Oxford die process is repeated so that there is a 30 years ago he started to paint and University Press. Dr. Garner was one whole series of what might appear to be draw landscapes as his interests shifted of 21 international scientists to present telescoped tubes with one flowing out to geomorphology, His text "The Or* papers at that meeting, where C r ^ ignis of Landscapes: A Synthesis ot Sagan was the keynote speaker. of the other."

THE THIRD perspective, "The well observed." It is these objects — which "Was Bubbles" is one — are the crystals, cobbles and rock frag- abstract-appearing renderings in First Sea," shows the ropy texture ments that can be easily handled—that ochers, beiges, oranges, browns and common to lavas found in Hawaii. His blacks. "Ecstatic Trap" shows the paintings, he says, are pictorial images Dr. Gamer paints.

"WHAT IS significant about what I paint," he continues, " i s not the slight In geomorphology, Dr. Gamer ex- enlargement of the objects but the fact plains, there is a range of observation that they are rarely looked at in detail. that at one level includes the use of And I'm finding that my specimens sophisticated satellite photography exhibit genetically significant surface "that will show two or three continents details that cannot be resolved photoor even an entire planet in one image. graphically." At the other end, you can use an The use of film alone to observe electron microscope that has 20,000 diameters magnification. Both of the these objects is limited, Dr. Garner extremes can b e treated photo- says, because of the limitations of photographic techniques. graphically." "You can only see some of the Dr. Garner believes there is "a gray features after direct, intensive observaarea of observational research that no tftpe. one talks about every much. There are tion," he says. " I n photography, if many geological objects that make up you try to emphasize the features H "ALL REALISTIC art involves the landscape that are too large for concealed by the dark shadow, you either reduction or magnification," he then burn up the highlights, which all sj»ys, "except for the trompe I'ocil ordinary fornu of magnification. go white. You have to take the time to technique." They're too tnull to map, and while look, and that's what I've been doing Dr. Gamer, i faculty member at both even people in my field have tacitly for many years." $ c Newark College of Am and Scien- assumed that these objects have been Dr. Garner, who has no formal art ce* and Thr Oraduaif Irhnnl on the looked at. in fact they haven't been training, has, however, been doing scientific and technical illustration since the 1950s. He has combined his love of painting with more traditional methods of observation to "belter understand for myself (he many geological topics he l e c t u r e s about in the classroom. Many of hit painting* arc not readily identified even by experts familiar with the subject nutter hir example, after a Iccturc-slide presentation on hit paintings befure membtn of the British Ckonwrpholojgy Research Group, he was surprised to find that many of his colleagues wtrc unable to identify the subjects he had depicted.

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A little caviar can add a lot of interest to cooked f • • by Michael Dora The Packet Group Last week we looked at some basic facts about caviar and at two new wrinkles on the caviar scene — golden whitefish caviar from the Great Lakes and domestic sturgeon caviar. Caviar is marvelous eaten straight, but you needn't stop there. A small jar of inexpensive caviar can add a great deal of interest to all manner of food, particularly during the Christmas — New Year's season. The one thing to ttmembcr is that, in cooking with caviar, caviar itself is never, never cooked — that i$, it is never subjected to heat. It's like cooking snow. Forget U. Caviar h added to or sprinkled on cooked foods. If you happen to find yourself blessed with a jar of fresh caviar, do not use it in any of the recipes below. That would be like pounng ketchup on filets mignon. Eat It straight, and if you have any trouble eating it quickly, give me a ring and 1 will be glad to come over at any hour of the day or night and assist you in your consumption of the food. CAVIAR COCKTAIL FIE This nukes a ravishing prtsenution at a merry holiday cocktail party for about a dozen friend*. You don't need to *urry about a making crust of any S i . but you will have lo start the dish t 4 hours before the party to let the "Itlhng" chill pfuprrly. You can make B i day m advance if you like — but add the caviar juM before presenting Ihc f>tc Sent with imall tiicrt t>( puiuprnikkrl o« seedless rye bread oc

1 jar (3Vi ounces size) lumpfish caviar Drain chopped onion on paper toweling about 20 minutes. Lightly spread bottom and sides of 8-inch springfonn pan with butter or margarine. Combine eggs and mayonnaise in bowl; mix well and spread in bottom of springfonn pan in even layer. Sprinkle with the chopped, drained onion. Beat softened cream cheese and sour cream together until smooth — a food processor is nice for this. Drop cheese mixture onto onion layers by teaspoonfuls. Spread the cheese gently over the onion with a wet table knife to form a smooth layer. Top with plastic wrap; refrigerate at least 3 hours. , Thirty minutes before serving, drain the caviar. Spoon it onto several layers of paper toweling. Let stand 20 to 30 minutes. Spread caviar over cream cheese layer. Refrigerate until ready to serve. To serve: release side of springform mold, and loosen pic from sides ol mold. Lift out and place on serving plate. If desired, garnish with lemon and parsley sprigs.

With this sauce artichokes get a 2 teaspoons prepared brown or Ditremendous boost — the saltiness of jon mustard the caviar provides an exceptionally 1 teaspoon horseradish happy complement to artichokes, 4 ounces red caviar which contain a chemical that makes 3 tablespoons lemon juice everything eaten with them (including 1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce wine) taste sweeter to the tongue than Mayonnaise normal. For the most felicitous apBeat eggs, butter, mustard and preciation of the artichokes and the horseradish together gently but caviar, serve the artichokes neither hot thoroughly. Very, very gently fold in nor cold but at room temperature. The the c a v i a r , l e m o n j u i c e and sauce should be cold. Worcestershire sauce. Add just enough 6 ariihehokes, cooked, drained and mayonnaise to make a thick spread. trimmed For a nice touch, have a pepper mill 1 cup dairy sour cream handy; invite guests to grind on a little 2 jars (2 ounces each) golden pepper if they feel so inclined. caviar Arrange the artichokes on serving SHRIMP AND CAVIAR BISQUE plates or on artichokes plates. The (4 to 6 first-course servings) sauce can be served on the side or, if When you're in a hurry for a glamyou are ambitious, you can remove the orous first course a few sparkles of choke and spoon the sauce inside of the caviar can do wonders with a couple of artichokes. Invite guests to dip the cans of soup. Try this one when you leaves into the sauce and proceed want to knock 'em dead with mock merrily on their way. To make the haute cuisine. sauce, very, very gently fold the caviar 2 cans condensed cicain of mushinto the sour cream with a rubber room soup spatula. V4 cup whipping cream or half and half DOUBLE EGG SALAD V* cup dry sherry A sybaritic combination of chicken ARTICHOKES WITH Sour cream eggs and fish eggs make this a fine CAVIAR SAUCE I jar (2 ounces) black or red lumpOne reason fresh artichokes make party spread — either lo serve with fish caviar or golden caviar such a successful first course is the toast points or crackers as drink food, Combine soup, cream and sherry in length of time it takes to eat them; a or to serve with fresh whole wheat or saucepan, heat Jim until hut, adding a shnmp cockuul or a little bowl of seedless rye bread, or tn lettuce cups as link extra sherry or cream to sticlch conjoaunc tends lo be bolted down a vibrwt light supper, accompanied the soup if you need to Just before almost before the host has a thanee to with thampajf oc, or at »tree-trimming, serving, ladle soup into consomme get seated, and a pasta first course, after-theaut, aptcstki t>r New Yen's cups, tup c*ch scmng *ith a dollop ol smart as it is, is a trifle heavy for most live celebration sour ctearo and sprinkle * ith the ltd itf American Ustcs But *n artichoke is S hanj-vuokxd eggs, diced golden caviar (salmon n< is m>t s*> fM light and can be nibbled on at leisure with t!m soup) ¥4 cup butter, wltened

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OTHER IDEAS FOR CAVIAR* • Your favorite cold macaroni salad will take on marvelous new dimensions when you fold a few tablespoons' of caviar into it just before serving. Of course the caviar complements tuna salads nicely, but it goes just as well 8 ounces thin spaghetti or ver- with ham and chicken salads and adds considerable interest to a plain old micelli macaroni and mayonnaise salad. The 6 green onions, diced x h cup chopped cooked mushrooms little black or red specks of eggs brighten the looks and burst in the V* cup diced water chestnuts mouth with bright flavor. 2 tablespoons diced pimicnto • Even potato salads take on the 1 '/j cups cooked baby peas 1 can (1 pound) red salmon, grand manner when accented with red or black or golden caviar —- but prefer drained a Mediierrantan type potato salad (ope Vt cup dairy sour cream tossed with sn oil and vinegar dressing Vi cup mayonnaise rather than a mayonnaise base). 4 hanl-cookcd eggs, sliced • Ripe avocados, »I iced in half, I jar (2 ounces) salmon roe pitied, sprinkled with a link lemon 1 jar (2 ounces) golden caviar t jar (2 ounces) black whttefish juice and then filled with a couple pf teaspoons of any kind of caviar offer Caviar llreak spaghetti into thuds, ciwk in one of lite most glorious of the bulling, lightly salted water until tender nuketn-seconds first courses. • Uruvhe and croissant* spread u> your taste; drain and rime with cold »itli i little butter need only the water. Drain again of golden or black wtutcfish Toss cooked spaghetti with onions, tu become extraordinary fare for mushrooms, chestnuts, pimientos, pea* and salfmw (remove »iun and bone* a champagne Nc*i.!*s{, a light lunch or fn>m salmon) Stu tn the »our cream, then add juit rt*,*jjh nunmtuivc the hvfi IIKKJSSC, told or h<£*. make a pleasantly nnuislened salad 1 linie dollop of cavisr U ( l Chill. Spread trie sal*J into an »*§! 1* !j>.c v.kh n the one fow*J oblong serving djvh Sprinkle the mJ the ttvtpc ft« AittctkAe* s»i#* o»ef Vi of the k t i end ot iftc the golden cat tar usti '•', u( ihc ("ana; S i ^ c I*!«.JUJ

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. ••"• * M. Walker's "The Unle House Princeton kitchen to us for messing by Mkhad Dora Cookbook," is, to me, like leafing around with food and photographer, The Packet Group through an old family senpbook or and donated her dining room too. After Bible. Place names and scenes sum- all this I can heartily recommend the Prom time to time, in the pursuit of mon forth an intricate w e b of dinner any time during the winter and good things to eat, we like to pause and memories. Surprisingly many of these assure you it is quite grand enough for Christinas. refresh our spirit and palate with tome memories revolve around food. of l i f e ' s limpler gastronomical It could be said, I suppose, that food I WAS CURIOUS, however, to pleasures — • humble bowl of bean plays such an important part of rural know just how Mrs. Walker got the soup, an honest loaf of bread, a glass of American memories because it was idea of sifting through the Little House freshly pressed apple cider or a cup of about all there was around for enter- stories, straining out the recipes, and old fashioned, jtovctop-boilcd coffee. tainment. If you didn't like to cook and going through the monumental amount It is not always easy to do this during eat there wasn't much to do before the of research she did indeed go through the holidays. Visions of sugarplums of age of television. In my family I in order to present what is a serious, one sort or another are too much with suppose food played a more outstand- well-rounded, stunningly documented us. But this year I find myself dining ing role than in other families, for my and handsomely illustrated collector's alone on Christmas Day and am in- father is a clergyman, and in those item. spired by a fine little cookbook that days, during my own childhood in the "The books themselves seemed to was given to me last summer — Midwest, most church activities in- create the cookbook," Mrs. Walker inspired to have a frontier Christmas, cluded food of all kinds, specially said as she whipped up some gravy pioneer style for myself. during the holidays. If we did not have from the pan drippings and Kay started Most Americans today are familiar a barn filled with cows and pigs and beating cream for the vinegar pie. with the "Unlc House" and its cast of chickens, we had close tics to fanners A librarian named Betsy Rush incharacters if only through the television who did. Generally I think our troduced me to Laura Ingalls Wilder's show "Little House on the Prairie." Christmas dinner depended on what fiction, and then a wedding lured us to Many of us grew up on Laura Ingalls glorious beast was presented to us by South Dakota, where the Wilder Wilder's classic " l i n k House" stories some magnanimous farmer — a goose, scenarios seemed to come to life. _ • U n k House in ihe Big Woods," a ham, a turkey. When I began reading "Littk House in "Link Town on the Prairie," "On the This year I've deckled on a rout the Big Woods" with my then Banks of Plum Creek," "By the thtck.cn The simple rout chicken 4.ycar-old daughter, Anna, 1 toon .Short* of Silver Lake." and so OR. The stuffed with a bread and butter drtuing found us making pincake men. uurtcs told of the often rugged but 1 found in " T h e Little House Wildcr't way of describing her pioneer tl*ty i exuberant life of American Cookbook'' appeals to me enormously. childhood *ccms to compel paruapapMocert m itudwtsiern America in the I ihall accompany it with cranberry Uon." brte l9th-ceafury. jelly and a fine tourvtough bread and Ai Urnc went by. Mre Walker and pdiih the meal off wiih unaiuiming Amu read and reread the Uoric* THE STORIES are especially ckac but slightly addictive *tnegar pk The together Soon they acquired a coffee to my heart because my grandparents meti * ill not be exactly jparua. but it grader in order to make ''I jung Winter lived theae none*. They wen: not wilt certainly be l e u than I had con- itrtaJ", then they begtn cxptruncnticltttxJ u> Laura tngaUt Wtkicf tad 1 tcropUu-vl before reading "The Littk to| * ith lour-dough Outer* and drying duubc thai aay of them ever met her. House Cookbook." and 1 know I thall biackbrmc*. (hough they might hav«, but they were « taixh more than »maked e d I tfmughi * c might try the *ikl pvuorcrt of German, Seandtasvtaa aad la fact. l'vt ilrr«i) h*l it A few turkey %ith cumbread Huffing ft* V u » txtkh dcactttf, taking ou! hutnrocad* la WttcudUQ. MinaehXi. the ti*)i *fo 1 invited the author of the Chrutraas, then 1 cw»u
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THE BIG CATALOG of "Artists by Themselves" u thus a capsule history of beyond (he ashcan school. American art. Its introduction is by Michael For " A r t i s t ! by T h e m s e l v e s , " the Quick, Curator of American Art, Los AnAcademy has selected, restored, and hung geks County Museum of Art. But besides 72 of the most significant artists' portrait* of its color and black-and-white reproductions, the last 160 year*. The result ii a concen- it includes essays that relate American art to trated course in American painting, made that of other countries. One is on Paris in easy to assimilate by the pausing*' ehrono- the 1950s, another discusses l(>th ccnlury logical order. Munich, "Artists by Themselves" moves on to There a r t surprises here: the vanety of Washington's National Portrait Gallery in style* in (he several canvases by Samuel January; you may net h in New York F B Mt*r*e; the I8tin:entur)-dandy the through December. The National Gallery, k*>» of the 2tith, and number of Irnuk- painirr* New Jersey'* iou may see die National Academy's KcgmakI Marsh, a housrhotd word fm his portraits any day eicer* Monday, from mastery of crowds and motion, show* h n noon to 5 p r o (>n Tuesdays the Academy pimtrr a» * purtnuittt in * l*M(.H depfctuw of it open until 8 p m , aad there tt no H*)c* Miller *J(iunw»n charge to the o c a ing

ed out that i u circularity decreased the number of painting* that could be displayed. Artists, c n l k t , said, would be forced to paint monumental canvases so that they could be seen acrou the Museum's central well, Another of Wright's circular plant, thai of a theater for a Texas univcxuty, provided uuuflktcitf room to move the ttajte sets' flats from storage to stage-

southwestern butte. And that was what Wright wanted. Wright's was not the monumental style of McKira, Mead and White, whose grandiose vision was of a neoclassical metropolis on the banks of the Hudson. Hit vision of domestic architecture was mure modest, and tt was deliberately limited In what he strove for, Frank IJoyd W. Wright is unlikely to be sooa surpassed

No matur Wnght had already made ru» mark on AmerKan »nhitr«.!urc *tth the The Museum it open Tuesday 10 A M -V Dana, Martin, Coonky and Rinbie house*, P M and Wedncsd*) th/uugh Silurdiy IU with (he Cooper-fki*tit show* u> in "Fnms. t Joyd WngHt and the ftvnc School." If he A M 5 P M , Suftdjyt m»« lo 5 l» M C A l i 212 U Mere a vicrn tatknuurr at hit o » n Taljestn We«. the t-uiklinf» nofte the k%% fttirU tnio Sinn-lure a tutic (M!"» iftt the l*ikiw*(x »uh ttuKh of the |>>»ci o( a

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McCarter's 'Carol' is better than ever The ckxhes in thu production art »ll conceived with ptu ikill. Qwittnuu Pist'i nipMd)outfii that penola h « toriK oui o f a ptfc of ckulic* (doe» aemory terve? It teemed to me a *m • diffema pik thu year) and conveyed a totally ctbcrt»l quality V M imuttfpkcc 1 hire ody ooe qwkn *houl the cofttume* •nd that it Scroofci flat! outfit. The cou toelf beauufully pwwtyt the chases in hliB. b I fowad ray*eif * « a f c n n | how « « « he to h*vc «.

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ON STAGE

Festival's 'Mass Appeal' lacks appeal by LAURA W. HAYWOOD Maduuo'* Ncv* Jersey Shakripexrc Ft* Uv»J vri$\aailyy announced * mtmm id u t fur tiu* year the m b f y forming the War «f tfct Roan t>vk «cd thtrc imciftMiotul oaowdic*. Late to the Kauoa, the iixnp*ny fejjtd # fourth BUO Sh*lfj{jf«rt*a *<**, Btll (' Dtrn'i Mam Appeal I wiih thc^ had itfoM *tuk they » n t I M W f i x of the arigtaaJl; to we tiui f a * «*s$»*ry ead t i * • flM Bute, bet tlitt. U wfcaf Tbctt "hew** OwudSfta* i» A pet* (ruduKum << • goad

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Alvin Alley ensemble sweeps McCarter Nine different wtxt* will be performed in the course of the AJvtn Aiky American Dance Theatre'* prugrsnu at McCarte* Theatre

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Princeton Ballet Society adds new classes Sew iUi*ci fur «ialt> hive ticca added lt> UJkt &KKty't Scl**>l of TV Sutirty u kcaied at 26J! St tfl l*ru*.cu« .VciiJ.«M« wiU oftrf • 10 week. us? « r * u *

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PHS gets good vibes from Big Band sounds by LOLS JOHNSON

A wtmJ of nraulgia jwcpt through Pttaceuw on Tucjday Dec 13 The Toouny Doney OK'hcjtf* came to PnaecUxi High

of the *40"s has remained alive in the *80'» Although Mr, Morrow is an original member of the Tommy Done)' Orchestra, one is pleasantly surprised to sec thai rmnt of the band mernben an young muuciaiu carrying on thii wonderful tradition, showing thai a gencraiiori gap doesn't c*i*t when it CWIJCJ lu good itmuc

SchouI(PtlS). and in UK words of one Khoul iiuJcni, the onrheitn't performance "rt*J!y bkw u* »w»y "

The audKace could out help but feel the anucipaUua of the nrwotiiing tinm *itJi tl.c Prucetoa High School /aii Band oprmn{ with a fttie p«c ihow pciiixftuivc, UI the iltnxiKW of Toay lh*ix:t>iint>

Under the direction of Bt*idy Murro* u*l hi» gotden trombone, the Dig Huvl lim

The brail and need cft*cait4r» for many the uajWgctufck Toouny

arrangenicnl* of "Mane, Song of Indu," "I'll Never Snulc Agiin" aiw the great pea'uuion iolo of "f-awiiutin' Rhythm." ju%t U» [IJLTUC • few

ITic ci»«bin*lwwi of the sujiert) venaliltly of the muiictjtnt and with thetr apfMrrnl rapport * i t h one i n o t h e r , made a thoroughly coji>yabie evening of muuc Halt off us Princeton High Sihool aad their spwsvift ft* tmngtng the Toeuny tXonry (>rthr*tr» axtd ll»c Dig Oaod v>unJ

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The Christmas Mouse is trapped in a charminj by SUZANNE GOLDENSON Tbt C h r k m H Meuac this ytai h*» been diiftcuil tu trap. Moil %iotn havt beea toU uut of this charming picture book by ft tacturn authur liliubeth Wcruiusg D»vki*« II you »ttc Ivitky etxxigh lo capture a ti»p) wf the book *hta Mn David** wa* ttvtfti 1) autographing cufxm *i the i*n«*:etun Ua» veruty uurt, thca ywi have • hubday ut*i in i-tart ft* )\x» graatkhikttto ur umpij anyone uo OtmUna* hi! %ho yuuag at ht*« THK CHRISTMAS MOCSC tt chc true t&ary of bo» the fcjtae "Sikar. Night"' Itfvt came k> be • n o t * jtoJ ue&| uo Chmtma* live, ISII, ta the Uay (JfccraAwf. w w Saiifcufg, AuiXiv* The tvwfc u iliuSEfasfd wall «k»»u*g* try tiafWa RemsftflB <• ftUeut- «( tt* fataou* artitl ul thf Amntcm Wrw, f h telh Ac Uk <•/ « titty bua$ry named lt»*f>a* ICa*f»«'» iffirtiJc fe* g tXhrr lhafl "furtj" ifetwtJ I'Sfhff biute *r»5 tut urg-Mktit. Hm» l«wbe*, to »tBe m « IV)

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In hKcy« uf K-kifuf, Strs D*vtdwn has a o{ tkuen ol iwce tfttfuiwrt and *tai k> Ixt (n»u ail corntti of ihe (he m*ey frte»di tnJ fan» K.**f>*r to rn^rytO * luo| tifc anl fame, tt h u txxa *«U rcv%r»cil in mth ptr*tipo«» pubiKai«»a» at Tbe i k m Bonk, tike SM«r< 4 * | R n l r « , *M library lo«r«Bi. tt h*» here pobtttlwd m Ckrenaay «>J ia tleftaftj, sad » i *ikf«r t-cvuniis^ uf the ttury h*i been kn i^r t,ib»«r> fuc the UUmi ut the

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The S o u * * GaJiwy w«i jrxhsM a complement of American and Yugoslav primmve paintings and car^ngs avough Jan ft "Fofc Fantasy" w9 tncfcjtJe fht» reverse pairting GO @UUMI &y Mian Gera»a*e enstkid T^o Wtntw The Qakwy a kscftted on Fk*£t* 205 m Law renoev#9 Mora trttormafion can be obtained by cmtQ 609

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American folk art interpreted by sculptor

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Metal sculpture baied on quilt design* will be exhibited ai Duuglus Colkge'i . . t . ., . , . ,., ,. t Mabel Smith Library, New Brunsvuck. ' through Jan. 27. Thu eihibii ti part of the I9HJ M Women Aru*u Seri« *t IXxiglMs Colkge

The exhibition, "Folk Art Qu»lu in Sculpture and Metal," wUl consul of wort* by3 Harriet Kituy of New York City. M* . I . . . / Kittay, *ho find* her irupirmttofl in A m c r i c | i n f o l k art_ ^U^KH |8th and |Mi century quilt ami weather vane palterm in alvunmum. bnm/e, ami uainku sled

Theatre hosts Yard School of Art exhibit I t e Whule Ifcitre Ci*»fMB)r »til buu « tpccul bolhliy *rt eihiba by the Yifd Svhoui of Art! Ttic e*Jub«l *il! be t « 4«{ii*y in the !».**>• uf The Wr*>k 11»e*Ur t i l o o m f l e t i l A*e . J»a 2V

tl»e trt*ori Mil! rtprtK-nt the School"t »CAKV citiKft* CIUMTI I*hi» etlubil u j«rt uf I1*e Vrtimk Thcilft Cutnfvut)'* *uti»l *efv-kc iftJ ctxiunufist) uutnr«.l> pruft*it» fx« n M t tnfarm«iK« «,«]! ? ) | 7*t> ft 11)6

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100 Help Wanted ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT • Would you Ilka a job that offers broad opportunity to exercise administrative and creative a b i l i t i e s as wall as secretarial skills? We are a small, Trenton-based, nonprofit agency that provides prevention services and coordinates network of similar agencies stats wide. Individual should be serf starter, wtth good secretarial skills, a positive attitude, and kka responsibility. Will coordinate meetings, follow legislation, assist with newsletter as wed as type letters, minutes, proposals. Send resume to: Mercer Council on Alcoholism. 408 Be««vue Ave. Trenton, NJ 06618 609-390-5674.

INSULATION INSTALLERS - experienced. Incentive pay. Call Joe at 600-565-2877 after 7pm.

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ANNOUNCBMNT 115 — Announcements 120 — Personals 125 — Card of Thanks

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AL JOHN'S Restaurant • Fu« and part erne openings. Must be 18 or older. Cal 609-443-3411 MonThurs. between 2 & 4 PM Ask for M* Johnson ADVERTISING SALES • Our newspaper hat ato&d career ooportunfty tor an innovative, aggisstive, psopls-orienisd outtids sates person We are s growing w«e*)y rwwupaper group e*p*r«jing our present safe* team rf you Hav* salee experience or s •enae at itt—mamfap with s ftgft degree of pimue background, and ut-atn,

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ARCHITECTURAL DESIQNEaDrarter • The Wilier Group has openings for B. Arch, or M. Arch, graduates with a minimum of 2 years experience. Salary commensurate with ability. Excellent benefits. Come grow wtth us. Send resume in confidence to Dennis Wyckoff, The HilUer Group. 777 AJexader Rd. CN23, Princeton, NJ. 06%40. An Equal Opportunity Atfirmaltve Action Employer.

A 8 S I 8 T A N T TO ACCOUNT Executive • Full time for fast growing direct mall marketing firm. Must be detail oriented, self motivated and responsible. Strong research, light typing, and effective telephone manner. Room for advancement and good benefits. Please call Pat Stecrw 201-874-4300.

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BOOKKEEPER • fuU time, smaH Princeton office, salary commensurate wtth experlence. 609-024-2089.

CHILD CARE-Live In nan-nies/mothers helpers available Immediately for child/ infant care and associated household responsibilities. Call Janet at 201-431-9509 from 7:30pm to 10pm for further Information

AUDITOR/INTERNAL AUDITOR • Responsible lor auditing flnandal reARCHITECT - ExceBent cords of University departprofessional opportunity ments for conformance due to rapid growth and with University policies & expansion offered by dy- generally accepted acnamic A/E Rrm in Princeton counting procedures. Spearea. Qualified hdMdual cial assignments including: must possAst proven da- review of systems tor slgn'project a/ctutect cap- coordination wnh central abitity with 7-15 years ex- Unrversity records, invesperience in design of tigation of annual statepharmaceutical. Industrial ments & special reports and commercial fadMes OS, accounting major, Thts is a key position lor s pius a minimum of 2 years New Jersey registered ar- experience in a pufcftc acchitect Salary and benefits counting firm or 2 years commensurate with ex- ' experience in primarily pertenoe. Forward resume serf-O^ected sudAing ftmcand salary hijtorv to MLC, 6on» CPA cemflcat* hiQhfy Wagner Associates, me. doftMst-** Please send reP O Box 298, Reacfex). PA turn*
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BOOKKEEPER Full charge. Twin Rivera area. Immediate 3 month assignment Call Terry today. JaJ Temporaries 600 Alexander Road Princeton, N.J. 08540 609-452-2030 EOE BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY • Uke plants? Earn $100- 300 a week as an Interior Plant Designer settIng quality hydroculture plants. Will tram limned Openings CaJi 2012373658 CABINET MAKERS • fufl ttfne po*i«ns tor experienced person a helper, 609-466-0787 CAREER JOB Sea/cn & Educs&onai Counseling Tasting a Resume *>• dud*? Or M«cna# L

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Clerical Opportunities Applied Data Research Inc. U continuing to experience rapid growth which h u created several clerical openings. Current opportunities are u follows:

Clerk/Typists Some prior office experience, good to excellent _ typing and excellent telephone manners. Attentive to detail and ability to work under pressure are also necessary. Salary: I0K-UK. Emt. 2161 or 2151.

Permanent Part-Time Clerk/Typists Accurate typiits, 30-40 WPM typing good organizational ikilh along with professional telephone manneri ii alto required. 3 4 hours a day, 3 days a week. Salary: $4.23 per hour. Ext. 2134. ADR offers an excellent benefit! package including Major Medical and Dental, Prescription Drug, Life Insurance, Educational Assistance and Stuck Purchase Plan.

HAPPY HOLIDAYS START WITH A JOB PUT YOUR SKILLS JO WORK IN POSITIONS FOR •SECRETARIES •WORD* ACCOUNTING PROCESSORS W/WITHOUT Steno • CRT OPERATORS CLERK TYPISTS • GEN. CLERICAL For a brighter New Year, we wiH place you In excellent local companies on long and snort term assignments. Often leads to permanent employmem. Excellent experience and exposure! Cottage students on break welcome.

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If interested in applying for any of the above posi. Hum coatact (iftattou listed or send resume to: APPLIED DATA USEARCH, INC.. Route 206 A Orchard Rd., CN-8, Princeton, NJ 01540. ATTN: Kathleen M. Ftktman. (201) 8749000.

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CLERICAL. IndrykJual to perform and learn drverslfled duties m offlce. Nloe working oondWorM. High* tetown locatJon. Please send resume to, Cricket Converters, PO Box 6415, Trenton. NJ 08650.

CU8T0MER SERVICE • Representative. To repair commercial brand microcomputers In our growing service dept Mutt know bask) electronics, floppy drives, microcomputers and their applications, mostly board level trouble shooting techniques, and have good rapport w/profeasJooal business per-' sons. 8alaiy 11-15K. Call Service Manager of Clancy Paul. 600- 6630060,

DISHWASHER, • FuH time QA8 ATTENDANTS • So. nights, transportation re- Bruns, No. Bruns, & Princequired. 3% miles north of ton areas. AH shifts. 201-. 297-1991. Princeton on R t 206. Please caM 609-924-0262. GROUP HOME STAFF" DRIVER .Princeton to NY city, 5 day* per week. 609-921-6300.

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ovemkjht coverage needed in group home for autistic/ retarded adoiscents. Hours am 12 midnight to 8:30am 5 nights per week. Exp«rience with handicapped population preferred. $12,000 per year. Call 609-924-7223 & send resuma to: Dr. Carrie Thorwanh, Teaching Family Center. Johnson Park School, Rossdale Rd, Princeton, N J . 08540.

" » Help Wanted IN8URANCE -Princeton area, looking for someone . with commercial lines ex- . pertence - property, casu-, aJty, bonds. ReplytoBox,' 0 5 8 3 0 c/o Princeton Packet. \

INSURANCE - A causer > opportunity for an experienced life/health agent, • preferably with some advanced underwriting experience, for a unit manager position. We will' provide agents to work Electronics with, unlimited leads and HI RATES an excellent compensation r 0T4.0NQTERM package. Send resume to: ELEC. TECH3 Mrs. Gradone, c/o P & R. COMPUTER TECHS CLERK8, OCTAL Assocs., 1570 Rt. 130, MECH. TECHS Responsibilities Include HAIR DRESSER-Come to Long term (4-6 months) Monmouth Jet.. NJ 08852. WIRERS ( A U TYPES) home of busy working temporary work available. User Interface, training and RUSH RESUMES TO: INTERIOR DESIGNER woman Fri, Sat & 2 weekApplicants must be detail trouble shoottng, some O.I.T. Experienced in residential. travel required. DP, Cusdays. Highly paying. Cash. oriented and have good P.O. Box 2068 and commercial work. East Windsor location. , reading skills. Excellent tomer Service background Secaucus. N J . 07094 Please send resume & 609-443-6791 • ' pay rate. Car necessary. and excellent communicaELECTRICIAN - If you are salary requirements totions skMto required. Please Princeton area. Call famUar with an phases of HAIRSTYLIST- For beauty Leonard LaPlaca, Nassau 609-586-4700 Olsten Tem- send resume and salary salon at Epstein's. Princeresidential electrical wiring Interiors. 162 Nassau S i porary Services, Hamilton history to: & can work on your own, ton. Benefits and holiday 609-924-2561. Sharon Snyder Twp. we need you. For details & pay. Salary upto$300 tor MF0MED JUVENILE OFFICER CLERK TYPIST - Local Interview please caJJ 609- qualified parson. Free 1101 State R d B U g J Presently the Dept. of CorGtemby rtfistjrting training. company looking for fast 443-82%), or leave mesPrinceton, NJ 08540 rections, TraWng School Call or etofttn for Interview. learner with keen eye for at 443-3166. EOE for Boys, SkiOman, is re609-921-8606. detail who can type SO ENOMEER- Software apcruWng for the title of JuvDELI HELP - Wanted, part wpm, do basic Ming and HIGH LEVEL Marketing plications, technical entte Officer Recruit and otner varied duties. Call time days, axper. pref. Kendal Park Del. 201- degree, marketing ex- Executive • Needs sharp accepting applications unoi Mrs. Johnson between perience Graphics a *. marketing or personal Friday, Jan. 6.1984. Inter297-9729. Sam & 12 noon weekdays S3Sk, Fee paid. Confiden- management IndMduals. ested candidates must be DELIVERY P E R S O N 609-924-3677, EC€. tial Oonna. 609-663-3700. Must be aggressive, dyat least 16 years ow and Man- Fri. 9amto5pm. CLERK TYPIST - Ful time H Neuman Assoc. 2500 namic & success minded possess a valid NJ driver's Some store work. Must be Complete m depth training license Candidates must position. Experience In Brunswick Ave a professional support ofgeneral office procedures a reponsfcte person. Apply ENQINEERINO DESIGN fered to trtose eager to be available for as shifts, and the abftry to deal wtth in person: Cunningham whtort indudes 7 days p * Pharmacy. 100 Main S t . DraKsperson • Pan Omtt earn ffteir worth. For appt. me pubic. V * to 2 years Reered welcome 609-466- C*9: 609-737 6022. 6am to week scheduling, manHtghtstown. experience. $6,500datory overtime srtrfu and Spm. DENTAL RECEPTIONIST/ 3399 11,000 Lawrence TownabUftytowork in male housENGINEER • D e - HOME BOUND INSTRUCAssistani • Part ems Ex•hip residency requ*ed ing unru Ws offer a start perience pretexted C«J 9 6 monstrated capaMffy in TORS - High School and or mg salary of $15,309 96 s Submit resume to Mananalog de*ing RF, OQAJ^ ager's Office. PO BoxMorvFrt O0»924~3?lfl y«*r * overeme, heyday Elementary Sctooi Reg150k F e s paid. Call utar NJ TeecttnQ OsAca6006, LawenoevOe, KJ pay, various heaWi ca/e DENTAL MYGiENJST • Oom*. e096«3-3/0O H. 06C46: ptans and a dents) proPart ome. Caring, qutSry Nsuman Aatoc 2500 per hour • needed *rv gram Interested c*rxSCOACH • Sprmg coacNng o ' l s n i s d , experienced A»e. mecfcalefy S«nc] r«eum« to tiaies may request an empotaort, gfef* varaffy ton hygiertsi warnedtojam ou» O Siphon I $£*£*»». pk^mem apptcason tn Contact Jan Btks*. ce/t team 2 person ai the tracing Sup«finlendoril, Upp*> per w*e* end kxAmg tw a c h o o l or c a l l 6 0 9 Stfud & to COUECTOR (kwde 46ft 2200 A A t O E ducts 27 Hgn Street. AlTop Mitery. pttaaar* Traintobecome a member Can Donaid l«nio«n, MJ coridBom o* our ccAeooon *ufl KEY1BOAHO oo**csor>» Top tor NDSL Derw* 4 votaJS a p*rvn*nt indMdutf mutii 583 tm s MM darter, goaf-orEXECUTIVE W O M A H 3 ork p a x l l m i w and tiim kJ woi\ Gaunol • V*ar% lrar*i hems oflot i*&tf aot* ffwwngm e* aup t * e r f 18 ard • •

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MAINTENANC - Responsible buildings & eqi small school pertlse In elect ing, carpentry 1 quired. Black license require $15,000 com with experienc 874-5200 lor Montgomery T Sklllman, N J .

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MAINTENANCE SUPERNATIONALLY KNOWN VISOR - to leach and Financial Institution • it supervise mentally handiseeking candidates for its capped adults and manage sales and sales managecleaning service. BA or ment program In this area. equivalent experience. ExStarting salary plus Incenperience with handicapped tive Increases as earned, essential. Must have valid or lucrative commission drivers license, must be contract available. Ingo-getter. Salary mid tensive 3 year professional teens, excellent benefits, training program. Earn flexible hours. Apply Im$30,000 or more first year. mediately to: Crew Chiefs, Background In teaching, AAMH, 145 Wltherspoon accounting or finance often St.. Princeton, NJ 08542. helpful. Send resume to: EOE M/F. Career, P.O. Box 5012, MAINTENANCE PERSON Trenton, NJ 06638. EOE M/F, - Responsible to maintain buildings & equipment for a small school district. Expertise In electrical, plumbing, carpentry or HVAC required. Black Seal boiler license required. Salary to $15,000 commensurate with experience. Call 201874-5200 for application. Montgomery Twp Schools, Sklllman, NJ. EQ/AAE. MAINTENANCE PERSON Or Couple - small rural estate, Princeton-Lawrenceville area. Ideal for retired person. General groundskeeping, mowing, leaf raking, If couple, combine w housekeeping main house Salary includes separate cottage, utilities. References Reply to Box # 0 5 9 7 0 C o Princeton Packet MANAGEMENT - Part time if peopie oriented. e»c*i**nt tncome opportunity e«p preferred &0O44d-4570 MANAGEMENT INTERN 1st d a i s restaurant ftm

NURSERY SCHOOL Teacher • Early childhood certified. Full Time. 609448-1516 or 446-9006. NURSE SUBSTITUTES Needed. Required: N J . Nurse's License and Mercer County Substitute's certificate; or NJ. School Nurse Certificate. $33. per day. Apply East Windsor Reg. School District, 384 Stockton St., Hightstown, NJ. 08520. 609-448-3660, Ext. 279. EOE. NURSES RECENT GRADUATES RNS, LPN'8 Register wtth us for hospital, nursing home, private duty assignments In Mercer County Call 6004248334 20 Nassau St. Rm 514. Princeton. COMMUNITY NURSERN - 6 month position, open To complete boarding home outreaoh project m HeoSJi education, and Knowledge of com-

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"o Hdp Wanted PART TIME 8«cnAvy • If you would liketobe part of an exciting communications department In a congenial work environment, this Interesting, varied part Urn* position may be just right for you. Candidates must have good typing skills, pleasant phone personality, be detail oriented, flexible and a sett starter. Data entry experience a +• Hour* are 10am to 3:30pm. Please send resume to Box # 0 5 9 7 5 c/o Princeton Packet or telephone 201-821-9400.

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REAL ESTATE • Are you finding things slow where you are? Why not consider a Move to our Success Team at Weiohert Co., Realtors. For confidential interview can Joan Grander, Princeton office manager at 609-921-1900. It you're good, you could be better wtth Welchertl

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PERSOnNEL COUNSELORS Weil-established NYC exec REAL ESTATE search firm Is planning to AQENT8WANTED open an employment agency In the Central NJ area. 1983 was unbelievable in Our new operation wlH Insales and listings for the clude the placement of ail WeWel •gents m Penlevel positions thru CEO + nlngton so we are adding a temporary service. We two additional futl time PART TIME Receptionist • seek Indtvs. w/current exp. •gents. We offer ail the good typing, filing, phone In personnel placement for skills. Mon-Fri, 4-5 hours a excel, positions, Including support you need to do the day, flexible shift. $5 an the possibility of heading a Job, in-house training courses, mortgage placehour. Research Park, 609drv. w/our new firm. Great ment, eight MLS services, 921-0330, oppties. avail, for top sixteen additional WeWel producers. Please reply In PART TIME - Maintenance offices and soontobe comconfidence t o : Box position available evenputerized client pre-con#NPM-MR56, 300 E 42 Ings. Apply at Princeton suitation. All thl* plus one St. NY, NY 10017. Nautilus Fitness Center, of the finest corporation reP r i n c e t o n Shopping POSITIONS AVAILABLE locatton departments In this Center, Ask tor Andy. For Part Time Employment part of the United Stales, PART TIME Maintenance • • Must be available any affiliation with Nationwide hours, appfy at Super Relocation Servtoee, • dtNight cleaning of classrooms and offices. 3 3 0 to Fresh, Princeton Shopping vtoton of Sears Roebuck. If 730pm. Call 609-924-0494 Center. We are an equal you want a satisfying caopportunity emptayer, reer In real estate, caS between 9am and 4pm. Weidei now at 609-737PRIVATE SWIM CLUB • PART TIME • Looking for 1500. Ask for Eon SnedworV? If you a/e age 14 to needs experienced camp don-confidential imerview. 22 and live or go to school director ( W S I . C T R , standa/d first aid ) Repiy In REAL ESTATE SALES In Princeton, register today with Youth Employment writing, briefly stating qua*- Person • wtth brokers Service (YES). 120 John AcaOont, av_l4t*ty, and Kcenae Rare opportunity rsferences to P O Boxlor right person. KnowlSt.. 3-5pm. Mon Frt 6096003. K*f«ua Part, N J 924-5841 edge SommerMi County 06824 Princeton atea helpful PART TIME Km***! A*st L**m bu»inee* from mPROOUCTION • CoorNsedsd in community Mde Incenovmi Repla* based group home kn ctn*io< metMtctunng Arm confidential Write Boi tnverton/ contiu*. womm coiauliilic relaMod «<3ol««#05958 c o Ptlnction WXJB & m*9i tkm To 15K cents lor Pacfcet M t Rogsrs. 6 0 9 8 9 6 pioymertl. I1S3 P Robert D*rv» P « betovtorai i/ectmefjn and RCAt ESTATE SAiES • New of h*n#c*pp«K) poput*9on cason eft***} ttvntrQ. tr*i pf»*»n»d 1B2O hour*, weeaenOt S473 p * hour Call Mr Nicholas ant} vorWnofcJ, £**< VrtrxJiW Your «LCC«*S » ootof c»r>M AI c*'.t ct.^> lc«n*«} or net tor an C*« Km. &»?• KJ W 60©*e© 1 & REAL ESTATE SALES

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D&D CHILDCARE • 2 mothers to care for your 8CAN-ABIUTY child, full or part time hours. A company gets an aver- Open to flexible parents age of 60-200 resumes in schedule. Will pick up from response to an ad. You area pre-sohool. 809443have about 10 seconds for 3939. someone to decide if It's DEPENDABLE CLEANgoing to be read. ING • mother of 3 with excellent references avail. APPEARANCE 1 or 2 days or eves, a week Your resume Is the first for home or office. 609Imprussion you make and it 924-0470. must be clearly written and ERRANDS/CLEANING easy to read. Misc. If It needs to be done, I'm the one. 609-806-1504. VTTAJL INFORMATION HOUSECLEANING • In Be sure that only vital Infor- Hlghtstown, Cranbury mation Is In the resume. Do area. Tues. & Wed. only. not clutter It with un- Call: 609448-1524 benecessary statements or tween 2 & 6 pm. Information. HOUSECLEANING • ReWe are experts at prepar- liable & hardworking. Exing and editing resumes cel, ref. Satisfaction guardesigned to achieve max- anteed! 609-448-5971, imum results. We also prtnt resumes, write cover let- HOUSECLEANING • Monters and type your cover day-Thursday. Excellent letter for a nominal lee references. 201-329-2746. between 530-7pm. For an appointment call: HOWSON ASSOCIATES Princeton (Route 206) BWg E - Research Pk 609-021-8636 East Brunswick 275 Route 18 201-238-3350 VUa.Matter Accepted PROFESSIONAL ADVISOR • Seeking a new or better position? A good resume I* onry the firs! dec A retnmer wtBi a major NYC

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THE FABULOUS Smith College Pecans Are Here Order 1 Ib. bags of fresh, whole shelled pecans from Georgia at $5.00 per bag, $1.60 of which qualifies aa a tax deductible contribution to The Smith College Scholarship Fund. Get a cookbook as well The Grand Pecan Cookbook for $3.00, of which $1.75 Is tax deductible. Order your pecans and cookbooks from Pandy Qoodbody 609-737-0664. Ann O'Neill 924-9657. Peggy Redman 7994727 or PtiyWs WUmot 896-1691. While supplies laall • WALDORF NURSERY & Kindergarten - Devoted to development of the wrote HOUSECLEANING - Em- ohUd In a caring environdent and reliable. Referen- ment. Art, music, puppetry, ces furnished. 609-426- movement taught by quailflad tpedalttt« ChUdren 0072. bake bread, make natural HOUSECLEANING - Com- i n t c k t , garden, take plete home ft offlca clean- nature walks. Openings ing DaBy. weekly, monthly. available. 600-924-7428 w Reftatte service Serving 924^424 Princeton area. 10 yrs WOMEN UNLIMITED 609-392-0897. Your only tmttason* tie HOUSECLEANING • Ex tfrote you put on youfW? perienced woman with Jam us tt you a/o ready lo good reference and Hara- exchange l portatJcri 6O944»-ass kmrtaOOtt* tot MATURE WOMAN Septorvaj r«KX*CM to acctaiung in care o* » exxnpikth wttat you *•&* m wwakfy or da% mm C*» Cent** tor Human 609 980 1912 ftesourc—

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FIREWOOD - tractor traitor' toad full. Call for price., 201-821-8394. ; FIREWOOD • SpW and de- > Uverad, hardwoode. length * to order. $120/oord; $ « %. 609-396^534 evS. FIREWOOD - 8Jabwoed, all first quality hardwood, 9 full cords $198 deirverad-.; 215-736-2866. _j> FIREWOOD - Seaaonedt ha/dwoods, cut to any? length Every Saturday pic** up wood at discount. Caf • 201-359-6657, Gary , o f j 201 3693149. Tom. " * FIREWOOD ^ Apple & Peach. Terhun*» Orchards, by the ataCK* cord & ';i cord. OOSS 9242310 ^ '* FlMCWOOO • S * U hard> Cut & ipsi your plcfcUP, 0 R-! i3S. 8 ft (45 Cal 60»> 662 2 ^ 2 8 > Seasonefb FmtwOOO

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PRICED TO Se«-GMe 20" Wto, portable oharooal gril. couch, electric saw, and table, vinyl 2 setter, k> televtoion plua cartridgee. Call 609-799-9015. PRINTER (Dot Matrix) Okldata 92. Perfect cond. Prints 160 character*/ eecond, up to 132 characterV line. Can print corraepondence quaHty. In us* only 1 week, being sold lor replacement by wider carriage. $590.609-452-1717.

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SOFA 4 MafchfcQ U M RACQUETBAU FAMILY aeat • Tuaado ttyle. Beauh Membership • Couftwortcs, Mul tapestry, brand new regularly $150 now $1001 St2Sa 608-587^964. 609-443-3747. STAINED GLASS S*v»BM RECORDS/CASSETTES • DiattiMkn 4 D a a M v 45's, Imports, Poetan, Coltars. Custom daalgra. Relectlbles, Large Inventory. pair 4 rwtoraatarv Lamp*, SECOND HAND TUNES mirrors, planters, etc. 202 8 . Main 8 t Princeton Staftwd Q t m . ManvVe, N J . 36 SprtnQ S t . QOMSV 201-231-1312 1311. Moo-Wed. 11:3O-6p-i STEREO SYSTEM- (OomT h u r e & F i i 11:30-7:30 ponema). JVC sa-*o amp

LOVE SEAT - Oatmeal background with brown, rust and black plaid, 2 seat and back cushions, side FURNITURE • Beautiful arms and back are same oval glass & brass Welman height (26"). Very clean, cocktail table & wood conexcellent condition. $95. eole cabinet w/mlrror. Like Call 609-443-4731 after new. 609-448-1551 weekdays after 4:30, all day 6pm. Set, 10-6pm •weekends. LUGGAGE - American Tourtster. 4 pieces with REFRIGERATOR - 17 FURNITURE • 78' sola. locks. New. 609-655-2823. cu ft. Phtlco side by side, '$400; 3 Danish arm chairs, green, $100.201-297-5242 $95 ea; Danish rocker, LUGGAGE - 3 pc. Tweed' $120; sm. chandelier, $50; zipper. Pullman, 22" carry- eves, after 6pm. Lord & Bumham wtndow on, shoulder tote. Excellent REFRIGERATOR - 16 ou. greenhouse, $150. many condition. $30. 609-655- tt, coppertone. good oorxJ. custom woodburrtng furother pieces of furniture. S692. naoe. 201-369-6331. 609-924- 152Q MARANTZ Stereo System GE APPLIANCES • Wash• Brand newt StsS In bo*. REGISTERED OR NOT • I er. dryw. $100 each Am1m, cwtle. etrk. tmtWe, wtt buy your guns legafy. I am seemed and «MI pay a Stove, refHQ«aior, $250 afl-in-Of*: 2 Maranu apkrs oacfi Coffee & 2 end $250 or B O 609-863- good price Cat Ben 609tables. $400. 609-443924-3600 Aayi 1173 89M, or 443^8233 MATTRESS • King aUe. ROLEX WATCH - 18ct GRANDFATHER'S cnb w matt—«s. mounted CLOCK - From snow Dfw 775-14. book- $1000 Day 606-921-6025, ev»a 737-1066 Hep*aiuc8an o» C«se 4 i6' 609-924-5632 Mahogany and Mahogany MATTRESSES • WorW ROLL TOP DESK - CM< Wood*, looted « & a * leet lamous becking at a* ocuMt prtos* Factory drscf !ac« *ho—trig tnonSi. fas you, hjfy guaranteed by ROSANA IMPORTS fend Meencji $&4O C* t*»« manufacturer. C*S 201- 100% wool n i m n k* c«« C*l 609 92 i-1199. 536-1784 after 7pm rrwi & woman, 10 3. aw to* 0«O MAYTAG GAS D«YEH • and Whirlpool rao^a GUIfAj* - t*e aani nv oonBnuous c4a*n own Both •_«** 5 Jico *a_n C**ft

WANTED TO BUY-Swap copper, brass, lead, aluminum, stainless steel, sterling stiver, etc. solids or turnings. Industrial, businaaa or private. Correct market price, cash paid. S. ri, $250.609-883-0077. KWn Metals Co., Inc.. 2156 WEOONQ OOWN - De- Campiein Rd.. SomervIHe, alanarmadtiMryBatiiw^ NJ 06876. Call 201-722». trtan, was featured In Fal 2288.

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WANTED TO BUY-Scrap metal, Nght Iron, steel, batteries, radiators, copper, WHEEL HORSE Garden brass & aluminum. We Tractor - 8 hp, e w e i cond, specialize in Industrial r. chain* 4 new scrap. Currently paying the mower deck. 609-448- highest prices In the area. Payment at time of de47» livery. Receiving hours WMQ CHARS - $«0 each, 12-5 pm Mon. thru Fri. Apptano, $225, tota, $95, rnatcNng dub ens*, $6S. pointment ordy on Sat. twin bed*. $100 ««cr>. Gate Industrial Scrap Iron dreaatt. $45, deek and and Metal Co.. Nonh Valley aqualMr. r»cNst, $25, maple bed. Rd., Roosevelt. For Info twaarch yafcary $125, owr* brotar, $20. oal 609-446-2679 Teac tape deck, many teaweanar 4 dryer. $190 each, WE BUY Used Books - AD hjrM. Akai lurntatihs. E i c wariqeratiji, $200. Mng subjects but pay better for cond AafcWQ $ 7 » 6O»- c a t * * * $10, «MigN «at « Merature, history, art, cruid682-4041 tiench, $80, HenIO tum rens, ffwology & philosWbst, harAMwe, tools, 4 ophy. Good condition a STI.T SALEt • So nwiy o t w M s c awns. 608- must. Call Mlcawber Acer lamps a n on Sa*» 737-8082 Books. 106 Nassau St. youl need Salts to gat areund Ai r«ckx*d at iseai WOMEN, MtSStS, JRS • Princeton. 609-921-6454 2 0 V Sor~» Saflaki and Xmaa gat* you can altord WecftMOcf t W% OFF On Vsaaur tops «fr44 $5 99 k ' " Musical Sale Dtomtm 21 to 0 * ««tour M b anvM anttrumenta cento* 2S RJHLOMQ ANTIQUE UPRIGHT Pvano LAMP FACTORY OUT44, $399, * • • « • tops sml • ExcftBonl corxlrticm. must! LET large* tor i M a * O S * . kKta $3 4*. •at, $360 609~448-?6S1. tac*u* S UHwt Sout> ol 6 9pm Lahaakat PwMtori v*aa* $4 99 A much Fk 3 ) F BALDWIN SPINET Acn> A t B Factory Ouaat, Mfcro Dot OPCN7 101 So Mam Si. Msrnriht. SOOK P m w • Exc HJ 301-534-977S O p * i 6 i«50 ThMt 4 Frt to 9 pro STOVE Ofct-oo«J or o a i BALDWM HAMMOND LASTtHQ MUSK: CENTER GUT - Ookytul Nridrnad* «M*» «t a bargrin pnoa 12 tOS>«1 STOVES * PIANO SALE Brand r*rtm* fey WOOO STOVE Ow* !!> Bifti Hk-k*r%. Out at 100 • to itvoee trvm fir

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GUITAR TEACHER - In your home. Hightstown, Princeton area. Reasonabie rates. 609-448-6403.

A L L O F T h e Best S o n g s by aDisc Jockey with personality a n d pizazz! Oldies t o K n e w e y s , for y o u r w e d d i n g o rp a r t y - n i g h t c l u b s low rates. Call Dave.., pleasel 600-396-1796.

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GUITAR LESSONS: Afl levels. Vocal coaching, tape factltees avail Bob Korman 609-921 3669.

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ROOFING • hot built-up. RerooHng & repairs. High performance single ply HALASZ ELECTRICAL membrane. Asphalt 4 flber6O»406-3V26 Contractors Inc. • 42 Day- g l a i s shingles, ComB & J Painting Contracting ton Rd., Jameaburg. 201- mercial & Residential. Call • Interior & exterior, taping 297-0915 or 621-0919. In- P. Wefla, 609-682-2503. & spadtfng, small carduatrial, commercial & resipenter lobs. 609-466-2009. dential. AN types ol wiring & ROOFING • Free estirepair. No job too large or mates. Repair or Install, all CAPITOL Painting • interior types of roofing & leaders, small. & exterior, reasonable gutters & chimney flashing. rates, fully Insured 609KEEO AN ELECTRICIAN Call John Duma, 609-448883-1537. Prompt Service 7405. Residential CHEAP WORK to not 278 Commercial good, good wont Is not Moving* Repatra cheap. I'm reasonable. Hautlnq Free Estimates 609-446-4819. 809-443^268 GOT A PROBLEM Getting COLLEGE PAINTING • Rid Or Bus. Jur*. Etc. N.W. HAUL A SON and tghl carpentry by two Cedar*, attics, ga/nges U.S. Hwy. 130 a reliable college students cleaned out No job too Onggs DnVe wtth professionalism guarsmal or loo Urge Con201-329-4694 anteed Reasonable rates tainer service tva/tat*) Writ 609-394-8675 or Don 2O1247-4S47 609-393-3540 Repair S«rvk:e HAUtlNO&DELIVERlESElectrtcai Power & CONDOSMade BeauQM • Ughong Instafaoons Interior exterior Reasonhandirig to* hrv» able. Free e t l pianos art* & Io PsmSno. 600-293 8257 Hooting &Ak caJ & *ung. DOMWtCK mtlootrm U » rates CaJ Condrttootng Bern* 6 0 9 8 a 2 l 9 i i o» & exterior Reeiden&al & FOR WARMTH & COM commercial Free e m moiM. C«l teef&vm. 600- FC*RT . In your home nMIe MARK & T t D towering h#asnQ cosij 882-1631 Ol Turna8v«t lor Ihe At a t»oauna{^e prtc* Very We Suppfy kl Cal Tad brands of wood 448-4310 m u t t C * i Cd Kacfve COyrrnja Km M O V I N G M A U U K U r>e:-ipip* ml •0C«9aort«« cur tipertoe And EXPfRfENCCD I # * prtca* tchm yovt pivb ma*, Open 1O5, T k STXXH'NI MAULf»tS-f«(or *l pt»r*n«*rt!). 53 W*M lifts*! Ho Street. Mope«e!i 609 W Very (»«*ur^>fc»o K j *

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78 POffTIAC LeMana - 4 dr., 305 V8, p/s, p/b, p/w, p/d, a/c, radio, 66,000 ml., $2800, 201-359-5080.

7 2 PINTO HATCHBACK Extra tires. $250. Call 609-799-3902.

75 VW FtABBIT - very reliable car that needs some work, 75.000 ml., $7007bo. Eves. 609-921-2686,

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7 2 VOLVO 1800E8 Sports Wagon, 4 speed, overdrive, air conditioning, light blue, black leather Interior, steel radlals, am/fm, 70.000 miles, excellent condition, $5500 or best offer. 609-921-0967. 7 2 VW Fastback • Runs well, exc parts car, best offer. 609-921-2830 eves, 201-874-9000 ext 4217, 73 AUTOS - 2 Fords & 2 Plymouth wagons. A/c, auto, (vs. pfo $500 each. 609-259-2124. 73 BUICK RIVERIA - will trade, ratable, an power, for rent in your apt/room/ house in Princeton area lor negotiable period. Call Tony 609-924-5626 after 6pm 73 BUICK RIVIERA - 2 dr. good cood, all power, fm stereo cassette, tagh mties, $750 609-924 5.626 73 CAMARO • Motor re placed, g
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'81 RELIANT WAQON a.t, a/o, p/s, p/b, stereo and more. 23,000 ml. Call 608-486-3689 after 6pm.

'82 AMC RENEQRADE Jeep CJ7 - $8200. Contact Ms. Reardon, 609-9871234, Mon.-Frl., 9am-apm.

"81 PLYMOUTH CHAMP • &4.000 mMe*. 4 speed manual, great condition, ^2996. Call 609-5875859.

'81 TOYOTA-5 apd. beige color, sport truck w/WMte A beige color cap. Present mileage toss than 25.000. SS59S/neg, 609-443-1329.

82 CADILLAC ELDORADO • 4500 miles, never In rain or snow, mint condition, $17,000 firm. 201-572-7O28. 672-4235. '82 CHEVROLET CAVALIER • 5300 miles, p/s. p/b, a/c, 4 dr., like new. After 7pm, 609-655-5238.

181 RIVIERA - White, blesel, full power, leather Interior, wire wheels, 05,000 milea, pure luxury, J»iow wholesale, $8500. £all 609-896-1090.

81 VW RABBIT Diesel • Type L, exc cond, sunroof, Craig speakers. Asking $4500.609-924-7711.

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'82 RJEQO - low mlleaoe, a/c, p/s, p/b, am/fm tape, $7450. Cell 212-705-7397 business hours, 82 PLYMOUTH TURISMO 2.2 - 4 spd, 4 cyt, front wheel drive, 3 0 m p g , 19,000 m l . $7300. 609-397-2616. '82 PONTIAC J-2000 Wagon. 4 dr., auto., 30 mpg., 30,000 ml. Excellent conditon, $5500. 609-9243244 x-157. Ask for Larry Eastlack. 82 PONTIAC J-20O0 • Wagon. 4 dr.. 4 cyl., 32,000 ml. Everything la In excellent condition. Retails for $5900, will sell (or $5250. 609-921-8709

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to Share BEAUTIFUL LUXURIOUS • townhouse in a country' FURN18HE0 ROOMS ROOMASEMIEFFICIENW A N T E D • maw to ahare EAST WINDSOR-Female PROFESSIONAL - Couple LOOKING FOR Roommate PRINCETON • shared setting, 1.2,4 3 bedrooms with private.bathroom, CIES • at weeWy rate. newtoa r t * wish to house- to share large 2 bdrm. apt. (Female) • To share apart- house off Naaeau.Krtohen, apt w/2 other* Cam, Petn. available. Rentals start 6 0 9 - 9 2 1 - 0 4 1 7 e v e s / cotor tv. anVfm radio, Indf- Prinoeton Manor. Motel, sit or rent furnished house Call 609-44*8877 eves. ment near the University. Wry. $2207mo. Nonsmok, vtduaJ heat control, a/c, Monmouth Jet 201-329- from $438,' CaH 215-493wkands, 426-3023 days. or apartment last two FEMALE ROOMMATE • Reasonable rant. N6 park- er! Eves 609-663-1781. 1986. weeks of December. Local Wanted Feb. 1, 2 bdrm. Ing available. CaH Cher, PRINCETON JUNCTION • WORKING MOM - With 4 WAV carpet paneling, at 4558USHwy » 1 . motel m WndaorfWSh*. BEAUTIFUL - 2 bdrm apt, references available. Call apt. Morrtavtlle. $192.50/ 609-603-0666, evenings 1V4 miles from University.. yr. old seeks quiet female town area. From 1105/wk. 8TUDENT HOUSING • 2 overlooking the Delaware Staoey. 201-526-3332. 6-9pm. to share her 2 bdrm, 2 bath Non-smoker wanted to rooms, private bath, seomo. + W else. 5 min. from 60*446-8637. River on Rtverslde Dr m bnd floor, between Trenton QUIET FEMALE • Seeks Rt. 1 Trenton. CaH Arieen. NEAR LAWRENCE Shop- share cooperative hquse .apt. $223/mo.. + alee. Trenton. $400vmo. ReferAvail, bhrned. 609-448wtth3otneri, $181.5OVmo. FURNI8HE0 ROOMS O a * College a Rider Col215-29&O899. rm., housa/etn, So. Brunsping Center' Parking. $180 ences a securfty required. starting a t $ 1 8 / d a y , lege, available January 1. wick, Princeton. Eves/ mo. Female preferred. 609- + uta., yard, washer/dryer, 8630, no pets. Phone 609-452$100Vweekor$«)OAnon(h. $13oV»130 per month. Call D o o l a n R e a l E s t a t e HOPEWELL BORO • Per- 890-8846. wknds. 201-297-2377, Agency Realtors. 609*"* Room* 1968 between 6-9om. Available Immedatery at 19 evenings 60M83-671?. son to share 3 bdrm. house WOMAN SEEKS • Effl683-6660. • , NON-SMOKINQ • Female Meadowrun, .Montgomery with 2 others. $200 + uttl. tor Rent ROOMATE - needed to TIRED OF LMng at home? dency or small apartment wanted to share large farm Two, 201-674-aOOO. BERKELEY SQ Histortc 609-466-3909 aft. 6cm. • Furnished rm. aval Jn my In Plalnsboro, Dayton, house In Robbinsvtte, NJ share house w/3 ofhers In 2 NICE RMS. • waMng District (Trenton) • 2 rm * o Wanted Monmouth Junction or surfor 1/1/84. Call 6 0 9 - Plalnsboro. $200Ano. + dhrtanoe 10 Prinoeton U. FURNISHED BEDROOM • luxury ranch In E. Windsor. efficiency (LFVBR, kitchen, Refrigerator, no cooJdng. Single, $300; double, $400. trUI. 609-799-6277 M/F rounding areas. Reply to HOUSEMATE WANTED - 259-3898. to Rent Jan. 1. $175 A S220/mo. bain). $265/mo. Ideal lor CRP# 1013, PO Box 396, To share spacious 7 room NYC • 2 bedroom apart- ROOM AVAIL • In shared 609-452-6453 Of 893-3621 6lngle oocup. IneJ uttts. Se- Non-emoWng female pre- single prof In one of TrenADULTS - Retired couple. house in Hamilton Square. curtty. 600-443-4017. ferred. Share entire house; Cranpury. NJ 06512. ton's finest neighborhoods. Furnished apt. or house tor Fireplace, cable TV, plenty ment to share part-time. house on quiet street In •ATTRACTIVE ROOM. • HILLSBORO • Kitchen, Mt, washer/dryer, fp, pool, Refs rsod, 609-396^440. 3 8 8 June 1 to Sept. 1 Greater of privacy. $440>'mo. tod. Looking for female, non- Prinoeton. near Unrv, $200/ near Prinoeton on busftne. pvt bath. Ava>. tor work Apt/House smoker needing city ac- mo. + utf. 609-924-2966. Available Immediately. tennis a pool prfvHegea. Shops. 609-443-5702. New Brunswick area. 2 0 1 utilities. Call Bin. 609CHARMtNO 1 BEDROOM Eves. A weekends, 201to Share comoctatlona a few nights a SHARE 2 BEDROOM • 609-771-0920545-0595. 5873004. Apartment - exoeBent con3$frO174. week. 212- 222-9290. Apt In East Windsor. B E A U T I F U L . S U N N Y cWon. Central location on EAST WINDSOR AREA 2 ROOMS - $125 & $200 Nassau St $585>tnonth, OVERLOOKING Delaware $220/ma + eJeaAvsMable Room - On a farm In LARGE ROOM • a farm 3 7 9 Single man needs room, mo. Women proferred. MENTALLY HANDICAPAptrtments house, 15 max from Prinoeperfect for home based of1602 Brunswick Ave, Law- PED male • 30. college • Lg. Bdrm.. wsrv'dry. 1 % Jan 1st. 609-443-3666. Nonsmoker or drinker, very Princeton. Separate enton. Snare KB., bath, yard. ftce for accountant lawyer, educated local merchant in bain, $135 + utM. Jan 1. renoavtfle. After 4pm. for Rent neat 609-426-0785 < trance wW) shared Utehen SHARE A Comfortable A garden. $190/mo. + 30 etc. Parking avaftabie Cal the main Princeton BusiTrenton. 609-396-5791, and bath, unities, parting FEMALE TEACHER • 4 BR, 2 Bath - Secluded ness District, seeks women country house with swimextra winter mos. Con- 1 BEDROOM APT. - on 609-452-7740 Included. $300. 609-024seetong 1 bedroom apart- country setting 5 mm to between 43 and 51 to PLAINSBORO • Room- ming pool near Princeton. stoerata, reeponaMe per- farm, J150. C a l Nadkt ment within 10 mSM Of Princeton. Low rent, avail share apartment in the mate(s) wanted. $250 for 609-799-1365 eves/wknds, 2932. son. Jan. 1 oocupancy. Cal Rubenstein 609-799-2600 CRAN8URY - 1 bedroom apartment in historic etatwo or $350 for one. UOis Mamtiton Square beginning immed. 609-924-6300 day. 443-4892 evenlnQS, CENTRAL PRINCETON after 6pm 60»466-2415. N W. section of Princeton Included. 609-921-1230. tncL Inexosient condition SHARE TOWN House • large, bright room,towrent December 15 or January 1 CHARMING HouM - Cen- Township. Please respond Lawrenotvtle. Aval. Jan. Aval, Immedlatefy. 609- L A W n e c e V t U I E • Near 3RD FLOOR APT.-3 room Wafc to school, snooping, Have quM 9 year ok) dog ter Princeton. Non-smc*- in the form 0* a letter to PRINCETON • Responmat, $36/wiu F l u tease A a b e * plus kUchen priv- restaurart, park, tenrtt, 1. $2S0/mo + H utf 924-6300. CAI 609^393-5423 everv Ing professional, $23O.'mo Apartment Mate Ad. PCV «bto aduR to share home. deposit! CaA us, many ileges, $350/mo Avsll tbttty, etc, $4$O'irr«. * 6O9-d96-1945 keep trying. *X>»: + share uta 609-921^464 HOtry House Apt 4J,Private bath and separate E. WINDSOR - Furnished Others. 609-394-5900. Jan. 1, 609-394-3034 utilities 609-655-9100 MIDCH.E AOEO • Cashotc Princeton, NJ. 06540 or entrance. Laundry faott- SWM - Professional seeks room aval, in my ka.Locators, Bki. 3RD FLOOR APT-3 room dey« FEMALE STUDENT • Or eaa 609-924 9231 between ties. $420/mo • half same 10 share 2 bdrm, apt ranch. $300/mo Nonsmoknun mo Phd. (teacher young professional, qutet, uaWee. Security & referenat Princeton Meadow* ffwoiogtc seminary). Look9pm and ' 0 p m For adat* M- a bam plus Mohan pnv- EAST WBNDSOR ing female preferred to nonsmofcer Share »umy 2 minifttmaon oi «JI house- ces required. 609-921S24250 * iMtno. Caf share entire house; kit. r*ehed room in private ilsgss. 1350 mo Avail. East Apts. Twin fV»*ri Ing kt one bedroom apartJan 1 609-394-3034 bdrm. Ewtng apt wsame. ho*d cftorea, rent wtf be 1912. pin mo leave mes- Joe. 609- 799-6614. Lovwi'/. *p«ooo*. bnght total washerAJryer, tp, pool pvt house, separate entrance, $17S • uSs_ mo • sage message. hws than &O% of the total bat) 009-443-5702 kftnen prMktgee, single 3 ROOMS • plus Mohen, a «A. 1 4 2 Uirmipti W W •y carpet, modstn con»». rent. 9001:00. person onfy $2SOtno. t v ntsnees, tr*jK*Ju*J »c A dudes uste. Aval. Jan 1 adufts. No pets N M I Pooi, kknols couns A 606-6S34796 leavs mee- Pnnoeton on bus ate A»*»abieFeb 1 eO4-K4.7718. Twin RM*T« taoS&es- M ssoe iZi or aa 609-443-3320 7pm-6 30pm, mttiCkr* PfVHCITON • Oft St. $ » * » * . open tease, c__r FAST many o f w t - Prt«*t batts>; 3 ROOM STUCHO Apt enfrsneest Da* 60»-3*4- Furcnshtd e* DC&I t n o c CO** 5900. Uxmaar. Bw. 1395. ma *<-. heel. si

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375 Apts For Rent TWIN RIVERS TOWN CENTER / From $305.00 Furnished & unfurnished. Leases as short as 3 months. Enjoy the Intimacy & superb service offered by our 19 Executive-style studios & 1 bedroom apartments In the midst of the desirable Twin Rivers Professional & Business community. All units enjoy 20 ft or 30 ft balconies, individual air conditioning systems, great views through Sliding glass doors, unlimited parking facilities, free use of 14 tennis courts (6 lighted), 4 swimming pools, 3 basketball courts, 2 handball courts. Contemporary total electric kitchens, marblelzed vanities, commuter bus service to NYC, complete shopping facilities at your door. Total ctry comforts in the country. Situated on Rt 33 less than i mile aasl ot the Tpk Exit 8 (HigMstown). :

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Houses For Rent AVAILABLE FEB 1st • 2-3 bdrm home w/Vi acre lot. 1 car garage. Located 20 rnlns, from Princeton in small communtry. $S7S/per month + utlls. 6 0 9 446-0363. BORDENTOWN • 2 acres, 9 rms, 5 bdrms, 2 modern baths. $550 monthly. 609-882-5066 S-6pm. CENTRAL PRINCETON • 2 story, comer lot, 3 BR, LR & OR, front & rear porch. low rent 609-924-2040. EAST WINDSOR-lovely 4 bdrm, 2V4 baths, trees, $850, Jan 1. J.T. Boyer Realtors 609-921-1805. EAST WINDSOR-2 bdrm, iMi bath townhouse. 609443-6396 days. 201-2953846 eves. Ask for Marie.

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NEW CONDO • id Otwgetown Develope r ! . r « t Windsor. 2v» Urgo kitchen and ; wall to was. »a ut»t!O? Cail 201-2?8-3047 2 U r O H O O M • Twin Rivers •!u«uiy Townhouse FuS ap~ ts'.jnces, 4C. m-*m ta/ptrt! , j \ , bath. poo* a ten ••us A . i J Fee I

EASTWt©SOR-2bdrm twnhse, 5 appliances, fin bsmt. Avail. 1/1SU4. No pets. HAMILTON TWP- 3 bdrm, 1 % baths, family room, Irving room, fenced in yard For DeUtfs Caii E. WMOSOfl - Opoon" Brand rxrw 5 rm , sunken livtng rm with fwepiaca. Umr»dry, todapets oM 609394-5900. locator*. Bkt EWtNO TWK • S. becJfooro 2',', batrs nxxkrf home. 2 KM garage $825 montfi cm 6O>«B3-170?

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FOUR BEDROOM - Furnished home at 19 Meadow Run D r , M o n t g o m e r y Township. Month to month, $1500Vmonth. Call 201359-5901 after 5pm.

LAWRENCEVILLE EMrldge Park. Living room, dining room, kitchen, 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, $5007 mo., utilities not Included, 1vfc month security, lease required. No pets. Call 609-896-0454 after 6pm.

GEORGE TOWNE • Cranb u r y a r e a , new town house. 2 bdrm., VA, bath, appliances. Pool, tennis available. Ready for Feb. 1 occupancy. 212-278-3602 after 6pm. HOPEWELL TWP Cape Wooded lot assures quiet privacy. Ideal for couple. Minutes to 1-95. Available mid December $525/month plus ultlltles. 609-737-3939 eveftnga. HOPEWELL • short term. 3 bedrm, 2 bath, Itv. rm w/Tp, $800. Jan 1. J.T. Boyer Realtors 609-921-1805. HOPEWELL BORO • 2 bdr., dishwasher, washer/ dryer, 2 car garage, w/Vr carpet Bv.rm, $550 + utilities & security. Avail. Jan. 1 After 6:00, 609466-2834. HOPEWELL BORO - 2 bdrm, wshr/dryr, dshwsher, w*w carpet Nv rm, 2 car garage. $550 • uttis * security. 609-466-2834 after 6pm LA M B E R T V I L I E Townhouse - Unique rental opportunity 3 bdrm, 2 bath, fireplace Quiet street Can weekdays after 9pm &09737-9582 Weekends open

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PLAIN8BORO • 3 bedroom Forrestal Village townhouse. Open atrium, IMng room wtth fireplace, full basementiSecurtty and references required. $1O25/month. SB0393. Welchert Co., Realtors. SOUTH BRUNSWICK OFFICE 201-297-0200 WBCHERT

SO. BRUNSWICK - We have townhouse rentals! Immediate occupancy. Ranging from $700 to $760 plus maintenance and utilities. Pool & tennis c o u r t s on s i t e . All townhouses have 3 bdrms, 2V4 baths, plus finished basements. Call Century 21, Robert M. Goldberg Realtors. 201-329-3500.

FLORIDA (Ocala Area) 11 yr old concrete block & brick home, 4000 sq ft, 3 bdrm, Irv rm, din rm, florlda rm, game rm, mud rm, huge fpl, laundry rm, 2V4 baths, 54x24 bam on 5 acres. Central heat & a/c, more land available. Owner will finance at 9V4%. $175,000.609-921-0338 or 516-928-4162.

PRINCETON - spacious furnished 4 bdrm, 2Vi bath contemporary on Cherry Hill Rd. 2 ml. from Nassau St. Available Jan. 1984. Qas heat, central a/c. $2000 per month plus utilities. Call Mrs. Bleacher, Callaway Realtor, 609921-1050. PRINCETON FARMS • Attractive 4 bedroom house, near Mobil, ETS, available January 15,1984. $950 per mo. No pets. Rendall-Cook Realtors. 609-924-0322.

TWIN RIVERS - 4 bdrm. single house, 2% baths, 1 car garage, fin. basement, all appliances, cent, air, w/w carpet, pool & tennis, walk to NYC bus, avail. Immed. $700/mo. plus utlls. No pet. Call aft. 5:30pm. 609-799-9213.

FLORIDA KEYS • Luxurious ocean front apt, ground floor, br, Ir, den, steeps 6. Beach, heated pool, fishing, free tennis. $7507wk for 1 or 2 weeks beg. Feb. 28. Brochure avail. 609-921-3122.

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PRINCETON - Charming 4 BR. 3 bath Cape Cod on Terhune. Qas heat. Avail Dec 15. $120Q/mo + utils. Call Mrs. Bleacher, Callaway Realtor, 609921-1050, PRINCETON BOROUGH Duplex - 6 rooms, 1 bath, $67&Tnonth plus 1 month secunty plus utilities. Professional couple or family No pets. Available after December 1st Can appointment, 609 924-0527. PRINCETON BORO - 3 bdrm ranch, most waB-towaH, trv rm, din rm, bath, fun basement, deck, fireplace Safe & Quiet neighborhood $750 • uet Avail Jan 1 609 924-7197 after 6

PRINCETON BORO • 2 2'.', b*0M. (Vr«pi40e. g»r bdrm, 2 blocks oft Nassau ago wvi toft pool, lertni* carts and 90a Si. r » pets, $8?Smo

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LAWRENCEVILLE • 4 bdrm, 2% bath Colonial situated on 1 % country acres with Princeton address. Fireplace In (am rm, double deck, modem eat-in kitchen, 2 car garage. Short term rental. $1000 per mo. Avail Jan 15. Call 609-924-7885.

MONTGOMERY/Princeton C u s t o m C o l o n i a l . 4/5 bedrooms, 2'A bath, (amity room, Rfeptace Near tram & country ctub Access to LAMBERTVILLE * ail ma/or hwys $950. AvailSpacious 8 rm ranch on 20 able Jm 5 Rent wtth oprofcng JKJ*». horse j'.at*<»5 two to buy 20l-3©9-5fi1t avatU&ie. kkl&peU fne' 6093W-5900 Locators. PLAJNSISOWO • 3 bedroom y townhixr»e Bw LAMOERIVtLLE rancfi m 1 R Of I. ctos*<. country kiktnx\. thatmM paart pct u s wrskjwn, courary

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FLORIDA • 1 bdrm, poss. 2 mobile home. Unfum. Vthr TWIN RIVERS - 3 bdrm. Dlsneyworld. $23,500. ranch twnhse. End unit, fin. A.M.S 609-398-8291. bamt, 2 baths. Avail. Jan. HIDEAWAY HOME - in 15, Incl. water, sewer & Long Beach Island. Beach trust. 6O9-448-O989 after Haven, NJ. 2 bedroom, 5pm and weekends. wall to wall, new ceramic TWIN RIVERS - 3 bdrms.. tile bath, washer, dryer, split-level Townhouse, im- dishwasher, new nylon med. occup, $600. mo. storm windows « screens, 201-821-8434. hot air heat, use year round. 1 hour from Atlantic TWIN RIVERS • 2 & 3 City, $85,000. Cai! 215bdrm. townhouses, avail. In 493-6393. Jan. Can 609-446-3840 or HILTON HEAD, S C • 2 br, 201-949-6590. 2 bath condo. Ootf, free

REAL ESTATE 32Chan*era Si. Prinoeton, N J . 809-824-1418 WEST WINDSOR • seckided c&jnuy tettng. 7 room house, 3 b#ms, 2',» b*th», as Bppi«r)c«a rvc*uo«3. ItOSOmo Country

NEW YEARS at a Pocono SW Resort Vtta • anracsve 2 bdrm, 2 bath. fu8y equipped kitchen Omtng area w.Mew TV & fireplace in LMng nm, sleeps 8 •asty. Indoor pool ,& night skiing, 1 2 / 3 1 - 1 / 7 84 609-896-9328 OCEAN FRONT Hout* • Sleeps 6. Bfachhaven Gardens Avail **-*/ JuneAog 609-443-1200 « 492 7292

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390 Business Properties Automotive Brick building comer of 6 1 8 / 2 0 6 , Montgomery Twp. 'Highway Commercial Zoning'. Ideal for retail, professional or automotive franchise services. 6000 sq, ft. Available for lease. Walter B. Howe, Inc. Spedaizing In CornrnercW Leasing

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BRAND NEW Deluxe Prestige Landscaped Office Condominium - Available for lease. 1900 sq. ft. at $16/ft. Ample parking. Ideal ST.THOMAS - USVI. Mag- for professional occupannlftcient 1,2 or 3 bdrm villas cy. Economical Geotheravail. Contact Mrs. Brown mal heat/cool. Located off 809-924-1760 ana service. Rt. 206 In beautiful Hllller-erchitected MontgomVERMONT - Ski Bromley/ ery Knoll, less than 10 Stratton, 3 bdrm. Condo on minutes from Princeton. mountain, sleeps 10. No Can 609-924-5383. driving to slopes. Indoor tennis $695 per week. CARNEGIE CENTER Of$225 weekend. Call 201- lice Acoomodations • In building 101 for group of 360-8711.9-5, Mon-Frt. appro*. 3. Avail. ImmedVERMONT HOUSE Avail- iately. Offered by principal able • in Burlington, walking to principals only, Can distance from downtown 609-452-0707. nJghtite, 40 mint, from alt COMMERCIAL Building major aid areas, Dec 15-Jan 15. Can be weeWy For Lease • Penrtngton. for $3507**. Can eve* 742 sq ft. many pos*lbiWJe*. $375.TTX> plus util609921-1225 ities Available Immeoiate390 frCafl 609-466-3613 Business SKI VERMONT - Large 4 BR 2 bath house near S t r a t t o n & Mt Snow. 703-522-5454 eves.

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Automotive building comer of 06, Montgomery llgnway Commercial '.Weal for retail, proal or automotive le servloea. 6000 Available for lease. vt B. How*, Ino.

(Mdatdnaln nwrcW Leasing &8* 09-024-0095 > NEW Deluxe Presandscaped Office nlnlum - Available se. 1000 aq. ft. at taple parking. Ideal leulonal occupanonomlcal OeotherU/cool. Located off 3 In beautiful Hillitected Momgomoll, less than 10 i from Princeton. ?-924S383.

LABORATORY OFFICE8-, HAMILTON TWP For Lease. Newly reOffices and warehouse novated research bldg, space, 5 drive-In doom, Plalneboro. Ideal for wet fenced parking, modern of- chemistry or high-tech use fices from 1,000 sq. ft. and where clean environment la more. Central air, plush required. Ten separate 660 carpeting and convenient sq ft modular lab-office units, no lab furniture. to major highways. Multi-voltage power, zoned UWRENCeTWP Franklin Corner Road, ventilation systems, full lab lease 900 sq. ft up to 2,000 utilities, de-Ionized water, sq. ft. of new office space sanitary & chemical waste below market rent. Tenant systems. Additional 1800 may select carpet, colors sq ft office space available. Contact: Walker-Gordon and deskjn floor plans. Lab Company, 609-79910,000 sq. ft. professional 1234 or 799-6221 for debuilding. Ideally situated for tails. condo conversion or owner occupancy. Fantastic renOFFICE, LAB tal opportunity for the se6,900 sq. ft, 6 miles from cure Investor. the center of Princeton. Chambersburg, 2,000 sq. ft Bare, redo to your needs. masonry bWg. Move-In Fire suppression installed. condition, all new services, 1 mile off of US 1 on W. etc. Ideal for offices, retail, New Rd. Nassau Realty, wholesale, dub rooms. Call W. New Rd. Monmouth JCT, N J . 201-329-2311. for further details. JOHN SIMONE REALTY MANVILLE - Store for rent. REALTOR 609-882-1105 So. Main St. AvaH. Jan 1st. CaJ 201-722-0650. Herrontown 1000 North MODERN SUITE of office* Comer Herrontown Road & lor rent - up to 2500 sq ft Rt 206. Princeton. New of- $650 per sq It. ptus fice building now leasing utilities Available Immedspace for January ociately Adjacent to Princecupancy For Information ton Airport 609-924-2143 call Benedict Yedlin 609- and 799-0673 921-6651 or your bf(*»r

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Business Properties NEW OFFICE SPACE PRINCETON TWP New building "Herrontown 1000 North" under* construction Rt. 206. Occupancy Jan. 1984. Call and discuss your needs. Choice space available. Sized to meet your needs. Space available In other new buildings. WALTER B. HOWE, INC. REALTORS Commercial Leasing Hen-Ontown 1000

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16B Business Properties PREMIER O f l k * S p t M 2400 aq ft, 14 rooms Efitire first floor of building. Private exocuttv* bath, 2 yfot bare, |arg« conference room. Reasonable rate*. Minutes from Princeton, trenton, 1-95, Route One. Satellite communications on premtoes. Princeton PO Pox available. Ptnntngton ProfMstonai Center 65 South Main Street 609-737-3978

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WARREN PLAZA cm Rt. t30, E. WWeor C0»443»132O ©EAL OFFICE SPACE LAWRENCE TOWNSHIPMuNJ combination 2400 sq. ft. Central air. WaX to wall carpeting Adequate offstreet parking. Call Betty Downs 609-566-7128. OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT - central Nassau St. Small or large avail, now. low rent Telephone secretarial services available. 600-921-0*00 OFFICE SPACE Avail. • on Rt 206, Princeton. Conv pWefy turn, recept & oont area 600-824-9374 OFFICE SPACE-10 mtet norm o» Princeton Airport >A mile o« 206. New office*. carp«*»<3. a* cond. ample p*rWng; 10 35 tq ft indudif»o ue86*«. Gait 8 30 • S. «sfc for Paul 201-35982S4 OFFICE RENTAL • NASSAU Si. Prtncetocv one room wtth Mpaffti* enti*nc«, good toca&ort. 1225 J.T Boyer Realty, ReOtot, 600-921 1805 OfF>CE RENTAL - Ml 806, Pmcelon vie, 0 >

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EXCLU8IVE AHEA • • * • tate size lott, an utilities. PTONMNKMUI or . DELI/MARKET - Hlgh- $70,000 to $115,000. Write BusinMs Office 8ptc« tatown, busy ctr, equip & fix c/o Box 06861 Princeton East Windsor 0 room suite, • Owner finance. J.T. Boyer Packet.' • $9.75/sq.ft, 1200 sq, ft. Realtors 609-921-1805, FOR SALE -Hlllsborq Twp. Available Immediately Includes utilities, tax, exterior DIET CENTER-Number 1 wooded mountain bulldlno maintenance, carpeted, weight • control franchise. lots wfth panoramic views. second floor. 1 month se- Available in Lawrence Twp All utilities. Call 2 0 1 area. 201-654-7820. 359-7500. Direction* • curity plus 1 year lease. WARREN PLAZA CTR EASY HOME INCOME - north or south on Rt. 206 to 609-443-1320 wfcdays sell books by mail. For free Amwell Rd (Cty Rt. 514). west past municipal buildPROFESSIONAL Office details rush SASE to DB Ing to Starvtew Dr, left on 272 Station Rd, Cranbury, space available In PrinceStarvfew Dr to lots., ton. Locate your office In NJ 08512. the prestigious Palmer FAST FOOD • busy shopHOPEWELL TOWNSHIPSquare area. 2 large sized pliig center loc. W. Windrooms with a full private sor. $125,000. J.T. Boyer approx. 1 acre In a popular neighborhood location. bath. Included are heating, - Realtors 609-921-1806, $27,000. a / c , p a r k i n g , public restrooms & balcony. Bro- FLORIST-Retail business. HOPEWELL TOWNSHIPker cooperation. Call Busy Mercer County lo- pretty comer lot wtth a view 609-924-7814 before 5pm. cation. $40,000 Includes In- of the river. Wooded. Qood RESTAURANT • space for ventory. J.T. Boyer Re- perc. $25,900. Doris PeeaeJ Red Estate rent in historic Stagecoach ators 609-921-1805. . Realtor, 609-737-3113. Inn .Seats 60-70. Desirable suburban crossroad lo- FOOD DISTRIBUTOR cation. Long term lease. Warehouse opportunities. LAWRENCE • 3 parcels. Avail. Immed. Qood terms. Investment as low as $100 28, 67 & 64 ac. Prestige, J.T. Boyer Realtors 609- to $20,000. UnUmited op- residential area with pty. for Entrepreneur seek- Princeton addreess. Good 921-1805. ing unique product line. access to transportation & RETAIL SPACES • for rent S A S E . to: Box 1403-A. shopping. Beautiful suburban area. J.T. Boyer ReIn East Windsor, Princeton Hightatown. NJ. 06520 altofs 600-921-1805. Jet. Princeton, .Montgomery & HopeweO. Prime GOURMET FOOD Shop • MONTGOMERY - 1 acre, shopping center locations newty opened In busy R-1, approved sot & perk, from 1700 to 25.000 sq. ft Somgrset location, 15 baautttU protected site and J.T. Boyer Realty, 609- minutes to Princeton FuBy location. $36,500. 609921-1805 9ti-2755/day. 924 6611.' equipped. Asking $90,000 ROCKY HILL • Rt. 206. 201-297-5070 ask (or Alan 2500 sq, ft of prime office HARDWARE • Businew & PRINCETON-1.6 actoton space with tmal lab or building, $70,000 EwtnQ Autumn Htt R d , lovery assembly area, wtf dMd«. high volume loc, J T, 8oy*r wooded area, $60,000. J T exceptional value. Call Reaftors 60»921-18O5 Boyer RxrstW-m-1606 201-359-7500 HOTEL Investors Warned • SO BRUNSWICK SHORT TERM & H o i p l t a l l t y Investor* lon address Party wooded SEASONAL RENTAL Ofoup. 609-821*873 5 aas btdg t M 3 m Hoi AvaMbie imm»c£«iafy, new Ptmortcm wgood team tfvu Mwch 450 «q It W to transportation Jutt INVESTORS WANTE0 • per mo • h*at & eiecSric Pfot»«4ional people to in- u&i an] priced » » • * ! » « Rt 130. E£*t Windsor at $40,000 J T Bor* fW v#»t in landmani Rktttrdson Realtor Good tocauon $'••< Re«i Estate RfVEKS CENTER

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