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Panic Employees Retirement System to the state Police and Put Retuement System. Voters will have the finalsay on whimcr to raplste the cutsfing pension plan on Election Day. Nov. 3. If the new plan is approved, townshio, police officers will be able to retire, regardless of age. after 25 yean of service and collect a pension equivalent to 63 percent of their ananal salary. Currently, police officers may retire anqr 25 years of service, or at age 55, whichever comes later, and qualify for 50 percent oNhetr avenge salary over the past three years. Last Thursday's hearing was held to determine method of payment of the accrued liability if. the plan is approved by voters. At a later date, a debate, open lathe public, on the question of whether to switch plans will be held. Council members opted to make accrued benefit payments totaling $2 milyon over 29 years rather than paying the SI million lump sum cost of the plan by Jan. I. As Township Manager Harry Gerken put it: "To raise SI million in the 1982 budget is a fiscal impossibility." Council members are steadfastly opposed to the switchover, saying cost of die plan is prohibitive.

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I diem the right to go so Washington DC next monm to fomprtt in the MidAdantic District competion where they'll have #2 men on stage. Their schedme wui be lopped with thenr naanal ahow to be given on Nov. o and 7 at Somerset Couafy Vo-Tech. The Hovnds abo are actively running a ffff^fT'H'p******* «fc*y—in«[w»««fl«> than 100 men oa stage next year. They








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RogrisJd MANVBJLE — 75. of Knopf FRANKLIN — Services have been t o M B t a far JOaMpB w . M B * * , en. m

Surviving are two sons. Calvin, serving with the Marine Corps, and Robert of PC B o d WCQRCMSy Miami; his parents. Issac and Willie B. t I V a v m (•BBBBMMI H Grubbs o f S h o r t e r v i l l e , s e v e n 203 S. M M St.. fbflowed by a Matt of sisters. Emma Dunkin o f ShorCWanan Banal at Saoed Heart Church. t e r v i l l e , Georgia Jackson o f Newark, Louise Fox and Virginia Burial was n the church cemetery. Thompson, both of Miami, Minnie Turman of PtamfieJd. Lela Lewis of BaltiSapt. 13 at more, Md., and Viol* McKenzie of Edison, and four brothers. Willie James of Plainfield, Ernest of Freehold, Curtis of Edison and Willie C. of Miami.

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•dtteRev. . sccremry of the Piltar of Fire board o f i Denver, i graadson. Services sad banal were I ia Denver.-. a m Saadav at the Anna While College Chapel Local auangumau were made by me Scnrpa FMnenl Home. Norm Ptaasfickl.

TempkVBeth El, Somerset announces a new program for all Jewish children in the community, age 314-5 years old. The Shabbaton program will meet once a month for 10 months to introduce the preschoolers to Jewish customs and holiday celebrations. The class will begin on Thursday, Sept. 24. For information and registration, call the Temple office at 873-2325.

FRANKLIN — Joan Grubbs. 46 of Baier Aveaae in the Somerset section Services were Tuesday at the Anderson died Taaraday. Sept. 10. at St. Peter's Funeral Service, 201 Sandford St.. New Medical Center after a short illness. Brunswick, with the Rev. Mitchell Wal-


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Surviving are his wife. Evelyn Grauhch Btflis; three cissm. Fern Hamnaaaa of AaMaavOle. Va.. Viola Nelson of BeBeview. Ha., and DeBa Gdbrmith of Virginia, and a brother, John of Florida.

Cartton Masters HORNBECK. U — Caritoa John Masters. 64. of Hombeck died Wednesday. Sept. 9. of an apparent heart an ark while during his pickup truck home. Mr. Masters was immmnred dead after the > a fence. acconfang lo Sheriff Frank E. Bore in Fnrien. Mr. Masters was a former resident of Oakland Avenue in Frankun. where he lived 30 years. He was a member of Carpenters Local 1006.

Surviving are his wife. Millie Oiivero Masters, his mother. Letitia Chance Masters of Hombeck; three sons. Robert and Carlson Jr. of frani lin and John, a member of The Home News circulation deFRANKLIN — Mary Varga. 76. of partment, in the Fords section of Woodacnaeas i^aac oaKi Moaony at Mmnsescji bridge; four daughtu*. Lisa and Angela Geaernl Hospital. New Brunswick. of Hombeck. Carol Murkowitz of Green v Stafford of PtonfieW; ajary. sac was < and Milton Ifordie past 35 years. Ray of Hombeck. and John Biilie in IBiVarsnwasa* nois; three sisters. Vera Lillian Masters of Many. L a . . Myrtle White of Dallas. Sarvhring arc-her hamband. Frank Texas, and MabteGrifftoa of Hombeck. Varga; a daughter. Blanche Del Casak of and four grandchildren.

Maty Varga

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Charles Ntehnowitz PRANKUN — Services were held Moaday for Charles "Red" Nichnowitz. 72, of Hickory Road n the Someraet secboa who died Sunday at St. Peter's Medical Ceater. New Brunswick. Services were ia ate Frynn and Son Paneral Hone. 424 East Ave.. Perth Anboy, with Rabbi Jerry Lauterbach

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Burial was in Beth Israel Cemetery. WoodbndsjC. FRANKLIN — Taoaaa W. Bora in New Haven. Conn., he lived in 57. of Flower Road dtod Friday at St. Perth Anboy. DuneDen. and Edison beLake's Hospital. Houston. T e n s . M - fore moving to Franklin several yean afwaWaaaaT an •aVaataT aaaaaHBaaal ago. He also maintained a residence in Bora iaThe B r a n . N.Y., he had bved Del Ray Beach. Fla.

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Temple schedules holiday services Temple Beth El. Amwell Road. Somerset, has announced the following schedule of holiday services: Saturday Sept. 19 Monday Sept. 29 Tuesday Sept. 29


Slkhot midnight Ercv Rosh Hashanah 6:30 p.m. 1st day Rosh Hashanah 9 a.m. 2nd day Rosh Hashanah "" 6:30 p.m. 2nd day Rosh Hashanah 9 a.m. Kol Nidre 6:IS p.m. Yom Kippur 9 a.m.-7:l5 p.m.

Wednesday Sept, 30 Wednesday Oct. 7 Thursday Oct. 8

OPEN HOUSE SET ,» MONTGOMERY — The new addi- Road. The Sweet Adelines will sing, as oon to Montgomery Methodist Church will the church choir and the Montgomery goes oo display at an open house 3-5 p.m. High School chorus. Refreshments will Sunday, Sept. 20, at the church on Sunset Deserved.

Princeton Hadassah is selling flowers Acme Shopping Center in Princeton for Rosh Hashonah. Call Fredrika Junction or by'calling Marsha Freeman Schwerin 921-8008 to place an order for a 924-8167. fall flower table arrangement at S13.50 or a bouquet of fall flowers and wheat for $10. The florist is "Boutonniere" by Guy. LUTHERAN SERIES The proceeds of this project will benefit Youth Aliyah ~ the youth immigraWEST WINDSOR—Milt teske will tion movement in Israel that has helped lead a seven part series each Sunday at resettle and rehabilitate 175.000 Jewish 9:45 a.m. at the Prince of Peace Lutheran young people from 80 lands. Church entitled 'Stewardship as a Way of Hadassah New,Year cards are also Life.' Questions: Berat Midland, 799' available at MaHeae's Interiors, at the 1642 • ,

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H1LLSBOROUGH — Stella A. DeBurial was in Sacred Heart Cemetery, Cfcco. 75. of Craix Drive died Sept. 8 at HiOsboiough.

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Services were held'Sept. 11fromdie Fucillo and Warren Funeral Home, 205 S. Main St., Manville, followed by a Mass of Christian Burial at Christ the King R.C. Church.


voter of tte State wb> expectstobe abase* osMdaUMStat* on Nov. 3,1961 wfaowiUbewitii«d*S««teo«No».3,1961bthiri of pananaaatand total * or oeoaaas oi usa ooasrvaDos at a rungiooB Doonay

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Surviving are two sons, Thomas of IFredofHillsborough;a Louise Guess of Corona Del Mar. Calif.; a sitter, Marie Lord of MorrisviHe. Pa., and 18 gnndcMMren.

w io Fnaklin Memorial Park. North Brunswick.

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JoAnne Valcheck to wed Kenneth Van Nuys Mr. Joseph Valcheck of Neshanic Delaware Valley College and is selfannounces the engagement of his daugh- employed as a dairy farmer. ter, JoAnne Valcheck, to Kenneth Van Nuys, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. Martin Van Nuys of Belle Mead. Miss Valcheck is the daughter of the late Lillian Valcheck. Born in Plamfteld, Miss Valcheck has been a resident of Hillsborough for 17 years. Miss Valcheck is a graduate of Hillsborough High School and Somerset County College. She is employed by Princeton Advanced Components. Mr. Van Nuys is a native of HillsborJoAnne Valcheck and ough. Mr. Van Nuys is a grauduate of Hillsborough High School. He attended Kenneth Van Nuys

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Mr. Paul Zimmer and Mrs. Robert LeMoine announce the engagement of their daughter, Kristine Marie Zimmer of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, to Philip Luciano Orkin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Saul Orkin of Somerville.' Miss Zimmer is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee with a degree in Deaf Education. She is employed by St. John School for the Deaf as a teacher of the deaf/interpreter. Mr. Orkin is a graduate of Rutgers University with a Bachelor's Degree in His- . tory and a Master's Degree in LatinAmerican History. Mr. Orkin is employed by the Milwaukee Repertory Theater as media director An October 3 wedding is planned at St. Bernard Catholic Church in Appleton. Wisconsin.

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November wedding planned for Rebecca Gunsior and Phifip Worby Mr. and Mrs. John V. Gunsior of Wyoming. Pennsylvania announce the engagement of their daughter. Rebecca to Phillip Michael Worby of Camplain Road. South Somerville Mist Guntior is a graduate of Wyoming Area High School and Luzerne County Community College. She hat been employedforthe pait two yean at a Secretaryforthe Research Department at Carrier Foundation. Belle Mead. Mr. Worby n a graduate of Hillsboroagh High School and Rutgers University. He is employed as an analytical chemist at International Hydronics. Rocky Hill. The wedding date is set for Nov. 7. 1981.

Kristine Zimmer and Philip Orkin

Singles fellowship registration set

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All single adults in 20s through early 60s are invited to participate in one of three dynamic groups: (Y.E.S. SINGLES, for 20s and 30s; Prime Time Singles, for those 40 and over; New Start, for widowed men and women only. For those unable to attend the registration and information night, a special Newcomers' Inquiry Session has been scheduled for Thursday, Sept. 24, at 8 p.m., also at the Nassau Presbyterian Church. t

Singles fellowship programs, centered in Princeton, and sponsored in parity the United Presbyterian Churches of Dutch Neck, Plainsboro, Somerset. Hillsborough, Kendall Park, Lawrenceville, Hopewell, Trenton, and'Princeton, as well as the other congregations of the Presbytery of New Brunswick will hold opening registration on Saturday, Sept. 19, 8 p.m., at Nassau Presbyterian Church. There, will be an at-the-door donation. Refreshments will be served.


ORTHODONTIC OUTLOOK Q . What is the best age tor your child's first visit to the orthodontist? A . Detecfion of orthodontic problems is possible beiween the ages of 7 and 8 years. I recom mend an early examination becagse it sometimes allows me to give your child a normal, healthy smile more easily and less expensively

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— while U s Democratic •ican s piupusais raaoer nan oner Broad programs nimacn. In >»« one day this week Mr" Kean has 1) promised to work against abduction of federal subsidies of cornmuier rail lines; 2) on record as supporting afTirmative action prog* i; 3) promised to cut business taxes; 4) vowed to revitalize r s poc K inantcfi cities, 3} urgeo greaser ponce protection^ 6) promised to work to reduce regulation of health care t. and 7) make budget g / /eap p restrictions on municipalities

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One of the most frustrating occurrences for airline travelers is the discovery that their confirmed reservations have not provided them with a seat on their flight. Since many consumers who make airline reservations do not show up. the airlines compensate by overbooking their flights to insure a full plane. Should you be one of the unlucky people left stranded at the airport without a flight, the airline has an obligation to fSTy you a penalty fee. known as "tibnied boarding compensation." However, if you do not hold a ticket or if you have failed to follow any of the airline's other specifications, you can be bumped from your flight and receive no penalty fee.

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by paul e. schenck, m.d.

How to avoid Inflation stress Schoeck is clinical associate pioof psychiatry at the New Jersey Medical School of the CoUege of Medicate and Dentistry of New Jeney and cMef of BByckiatric aervices. East Onnge Vetetaas Hospital.

SEVERAL THINGS will happen to you. very quickly, should you arrive at the airport and discover that your flihgt has been overbooked. First, the air carrier will-ask for volunteers to be bumped. These bumped passengers arc entitled to both a penalty payment of the airlines choosing and transportation to their final destination. Should yoil volunteer to be bumped, the airline will reroute you to your destination. The airline decides how much their "denied boarding compensation" to you will be. They base their decision on two things. One is the length of the delay involved, and the other is the cost of the ticket. You may be able to negotiate the amount of the penalty payment. Once you decide to accept the airline's offer, you cannot sue the carrier for any additional damages. Before you cash the check or deposit it in the bank remember that you do not have to accept the airline's offer. If you reject the compensation, you can seek additional money from the courts. • , You also do not have ta accept; the airline's offer of transportation to any airport other then the one tb which you were originally ticketed. These protection clauses may or may not be offered by foreign carriers or oh international flights. The protection will definitely not be offered on charter flights and does not apply to commuter lines.

ping*with you are the kids, especially if they're in a nagging mood. Their crankiThe economy...double-digit infla- ness will likely put you in a similar state tion...sky high interest rates. We are all and therefore make you a less careful affected by these topics, and that effect buyer, and you'll also find yourself generally involves stress, too much buying them things just to quiet them. We've all heard of the advice not to go which can be harmful. IF YOU ARE one of the bumped pasWe worry whether our incomes can see food shopping when hungry, which .leads sengers bewildered by all of the confusing us through; we continuously fret over the to impulsive buying. It's all too true; one regulations, ask the airline representative prices of food, clothing and other essen- should wait until after lunch or dinner to explain. You will be given a written tials; and we are uptight about how much before steering that shopping cart through explanation of your rights at the time of worse dungs can get. It doesn't take much the grocery aisles with all temptations. ' the boarding denial, but the legal lanby davkj moore imagination to realize what all these con- Likewise, you shouldn't go shopping for guage can sometimes make the situation cerns can mean to someone who may also anything while angry. This will end up in more difficult to understand. be suffering depression or stress for "spite shopping" by indulging yourIn the event that the airline decides to self with needless things which you'll re- substitute a smaller plane for the one it other reasons. gret later. • originally planned to use. those who arc Keeping a budget, whether for the bumped are not entitled to any compensaSTRESS AFFECTS individuals differently; some seem to thrive on it. others family or yourself, will help you steer tion at all. I also think you should note that "deaa arrrii covenant oi a cope with it and have trouble coping. clear of overspending, and credit cards This can result in loss of sleep, loss of can create havoc with that budget. That's, nied boarding compensation".does not T O MY KNOWLEDGE, this u a appetite, or more serious problems. because it's much easier to sign for things apply when your flight is canceled or de" idea n the United Stales. But Although we are not altogether sure about then actually turn over the money— layed, or experiences any irregular)operating conditions. Although these are it • wenoBB snvnegly weu ni Ojcat Bn- the physical effects of stress—for instance especially if you don't have it! Signing checks later on. as the check- annoying conditions, you can only rea similar idea is meeting the die relationship between ulcers and stress in New Zealand. One of the is still in question-1 would recommend ing account dwindles, can trigger mental ceive a penalty payment if you are left beys to its success is "having an on-fhe- dutt persons under extreme duress might anguish, stress and fits of depression. Try behind. to remember that money is not your whole benefit from a visit to the family doctor. If you want to leam more about your life. We all have a limited amount to live rights when you are bumped from a flight, MANY OF OUR mental anxieties with, and it's better to accept it than to the division's toll-free Tel-Consumer line lers inover the economy are aroused by our dai- damage your mental health. Correcting , at 800-242-5896 can supply you with the information. Ask the Tel-Consumer Mtiah system, public facili- ry shopping. And much of this unhealthy that situation, too, can cost money. operator for Tape Number 426 on "Airprivately owned but public- mental state can be alleviated if we can line Overbooking." beautifully at only a follow some rules in shopping, which This column is made possible through k costs to operate our could also save some money. parks. Foremost among these tips is to keep a grant from the Hunterdon Health Fund The Piadaads is the logical place for your emotion out of buying. Pressured on to the College of Medicine and Dentistry Adam Levin is director of the state Mr. Stewart's pilot project. Surely all sides to buy. buy. buy. we are prone to of New Jersey. Inquiries may be directed QKR s aaoac mmi wen wntcn nofsn 10 DC yield to die sudden impulse, then suffer to the column in care of this newspaper.-) Division of Consumer Affairs. pangs of guilt and regret afterwards. A pOMMyby way to avotd this is to keep a clear distincSTILL WAIT1M6 tofi SANTA . for that tion between your wants and needs. You need tit keep agriculture alive and might find thakyour "need" is actually a "want" you can do without. lent at tonal open Another way to control impulse buying ni New aosey is to practice comparison shopping, lor will 'give you the time to mink i over. By me same token, resist any > buy in a hurry. Slow down and ainJc a bit before giving in to a sales pitch nat is likely to cause anxiety later on. saKspersoas, wnetner mey are nign pressure or not. can be useful to you if you don't let mem use you. Try to ignore the . paches which play upon your imand personality traits. Use, the to yMr advantage by asking

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That b a lot of promising nil one day. especially since two of his proposals—cominuedjall subsidies and support of afljrmarjve action programs^—— go ag*i*»y* standard Reagan policies. On die same dav Mr. Fkmcvniealedhimserfwim promising to work toward ending^the g a t e ' s infamous ''senatorial and vowed to consider etfmic background aphic representation in all his appointments. That's not much for a politician to promise. It appears that the Kean strategy a to produce an image of a vital. crusading candidate who will address himself to all the ills of the state provoked by a long spell of inferior Democratic management. Mr. Florio. on die other hand, knows he has to run to soihe^ extent on the accotnplishrnents (or lack of same) of the Byrne x years and thus can't go around proclaiming all die things wrong with die state. It appears to be safer from die Florio view to let Mr. Kean put his neck out and then attempt to lop off his bead. Both candidates are probably waging the only type of campaigns open to them and it will be interesting to see which approach the voters wilt buy. In the long run. Mr. Florio has die easier task. He will not be saddled with a host of campaign promises, promises which may be more difficult to carry out than to make. But that burden would fall on him only if elected. Mr. Kean must prove that his Republican administration would do more for die state man a continuation of past policies, and therefore has to put his head out a little further. Thus far. at any rate, it has been a decently run campaign with neither candidate resorting to mud slinging. But it is a long way to-Wbvember.

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Warriors seek to surmount .500 mark by Pete Sports the Franklin Township Wauiun were concerned with y 1 1 * 1 ^ acrerespe«tMjhe football field. In 1979 nte team hid sufleffedttvousn amisecable •ewoo hi which it won only once. But mrougn o m w a x n o me suawgics 01 fint-year head coach Len Riven, the Wanion earned some respect last i Tncy fimshed with a 4-4 maik and were hanOy a soft spot on any team's schedule. But that was last year. This fall the Wanion face the challenges of becoming a better than .300 team and threatening seriously for the Mid-State Conference title. "It is a little early to tell bow we will do this year^said coach Riven. "The kids have worked hard in pre-season and we are starting to develop some team size from our weight program. The team attitude is good on the field and in the da* 1 sroom. "The kids realize that last year's 4-4 finish is not the type of season they want to have," he concluded. Only eight letter women return from the 1980 ftanklin squad. This year's edition is laden with senkn, but many have had no vanity experience. "Our lack of varsity experience may .hurt in the early going," coach Riven •HUHiru- twit as me season progresses we will get better. One plus is that we have an excellent freshmen class. "1 am looking forward to die season," he added. "We should be able to put together a pretty good team." THE WARRIOR OFFENSE will be protected by an offensive line consisting of four seniors and a junior. Senior Todd Ossman will play the center position, while senior Keith Anderson will be at right guard. Senior Silvan Smith will be at right tackle, senior Kevin Blocker will handle the left tackle duties, and junior Chris Marino fills the left guard, slot. Junior Scott Thompson is die Franklin tight end, while UK split end will be either * freshman Damn Roberts or junior Clark WaddeU. Senior Andrew Bradshaw had a good season at quarterback last fall and his leadership qualities made him one of Franklin's co-captains this year. Senior fullback Rod Brundidge is the other cocaptain, and coach Riven feel&his team is ruckcy to have two good leaden. "Bradshaw and Brundidge are two of the best captains in the state," praised the Warrior coach. They are excellent kids. Both on and off the field they are great people. They are involved in several sports and do well in academics."

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John Nestyogel. On defense die Warrion will have AllLeague safety John Gardner back tor his . senior year. The Frankhn corneibacks will be sophomore Chns Abrahms and Rodney Pyus. Senior Ouade Griffin win hold down the strong safety position, and suitors Anthony Chiles and Keith Anderson wiU be the linebackers. Pitman and Ken Jacobs are Franklin's defensive ends, while Marino and Blocker make up the tarklfs. ""^ Smith plays the nose position. Freshman Dave Cortelyou or junior DeAndre Jackson wiU be the Franklin punter, and Griffin is likely to handle the kicking duties FRANKLIN LOOKED GOOD last week in a «wiimmy agmmt Plainfield. The Warrion were need with the problem of bow to replace graduated running back Phil Brown, but they moved the ball well in the scrimmage. "Our offense will have some changes in it this year," said Riven. "We have had good practices and I think we have more overall team speed.this year. In 1 to last year I would say at this point in the season we are a little more advanced. , "One big plus is that this year me players are used to die coaches," he continued. "The kids understand what our objectives are on the field and in the classroom, and the team is closer because of ... that." The Warriors have set three goals for ; this season. "First, we want to have a winning season," explained Riven. "Second, we want to win the MSC. And we also want to qualify for post-season play." Winning the MSC will be tough this season. In addition to die usual powers:' like Piscataway and Somerville, a new" giant has entered the league. The Hillsborougfi Raiders are now an MSC roent* : ber, and the defending Group III state • champions nope to add a new crown to ' their stack this season. 7 s .(

A F T E R O P E N I N G the season against Carteret on September 26, the Warrion will travel to Hillsborough for an October 3 meeting with the champs. "Hillsborough is an excellent team," ' said Franklin's Riven. "They are probably one of the best coached teams in our " Still, I have to favor SomerviUe in the MSC race,"' he continued. "After Somerville, I would look to Piscataway or Hillsborough, though I also fed the league has pretty good balance this year.'* Yet while Somerville, Piscataway, and Hillsborough are the favorites there are hopes alive in Franklin that those powernil tf aiiw fniBht nnd tbemseives su&npnsed by a rising Wank

"I don't believe in 'practice makes peP" foct,' I beheve in 'perfect practice makes perfect,*" said •Hunt, following the words of Van-Lombaidi. "We have a v a y rtptrkneed squad, and! have some very flood junkm. Some sophomores vanity Hunt stwtfri playing toccfr competinvciy HI scveant graoe. ne piayeo TOUT yean of vansty at Swlli Platnfidd, and played hb college baD at Glassboro State. He stiU pfarys in various leagues and coacn ax aouai naamesB ror mree yean

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series of ptays tuned With less man four minutes remaining when Gary Carroll recovered in the game. Franklin's offense drive was near own 30-yard line stalled. WhOe in punt formation. Maxicame to life with a well Beny executed a perfect fake and by Vincent passed to Vincent Douglas for the final to tie the score. score of the afternoon. '. Retarningtothe game in the third quarDefensively Franklin had outstanding ter with the score tied 6-6, South Bronswick nwaatedapaasmg attack. Two such plays such as fumble recoveries by Rus! drives deep into Franklin's territory sell Crews and Gary Carroll. where hated for no score. Using these The Jr. Pee Wees will face Parsippany two defensive stands inspired Franklin's at home next-Sunday starting at 11:30 offense. Fast play from scrimmage re- a.m. The Pee Wees and the Midgets face suted>in a 90-yard run by Derek Harris to St. Peters at home next weekend starting put the Warriors on top. at 1 p.m. '

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MAYSTS T I M E was donated by Bally's Park Place Casino, Atlantic City, when? he is a public relations representative. HaffiMBuu-LaRochc. Inc. of Nudey. provided the television studio and profesl i i r a l assistance for taping the announceAssociated with excessive pressure ' ment. Additionsl assistance for the filming was also contributed by the Lederle VTSDttfl OfcC C V 6 * •t^Ha^OO0HI OBflMUBS 0 1 9 Laboratory Division of American Cyanaoptic serve sod impairs the visual field, mid aad A T & T . often winoat caaaaf to victims aay dif* LJadtay w i n brass Mom and woodea comfort. A a estimated 66,000 New KINGSTON — A FalL "This cooperative effort demonstrates eja^CufciwHi Show* Sate w i l be arid atae bads; Seraph Aatiques w i n aatiqae Jeney resideatt have glauroma aad half the positive things that can happen when Satardey. Scat. 19 Uaiailaw-Seaday, silver, porcctaia aad faraiture; Tucker'* of mem doa't kaow it. die medical profession, volunteer agenSept.»». oaMaia Street from 10a.m. to Treasure Trove with Victorian jeweby: Television and radio spots were done cies, and the corporate community join Alice Akeft wall Lawny*. Nmpoa aad 5 p.m. h is ajiuaaracrt by last year by Mays to publkiie the screenforces in a public service project to benefit New Jersey's citizens." said MonMargaret Coaover wab wood, tm and mfprogcam. His participation and broadicoUectt"Thedmnityof signor Harold A . munay. President of the worn objects, at well at priater's Bay. Jack oMpnbticirycoBttttytodpeadytotheSI New Jeney Society to Prevent Blindness. 1naiaan in wall • • • * • l.ui ilriai Wil WILLIE MAYS helps the New Jersey Society to Prevent Blindness orobam Weber with American Foft Art: program experieaced over the previous day." said Mary Etta Owe a. coInformation on participating hospitals mote staewide tree eye health screenings at local hospitals during the year. Oet of 10^21 people tested last Creative Collectibles with fa year. 4 J 0 5 showed evidence of eye prob- and times for the screening program is glass; aad Sieve aad Lorraine M e a w h i week of Sept. 21 through 26. KBA with toys of the 40s and 50». old H-O lems. From that figure. 471 were identi- available by calling your County Medical Society. fied as possible glaucoma victims. the cxh*tMon will be: Red iraias aad toy cars. B O B OflnKMaaal CXpCHCttOC —

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SALES PERSONNEL — To work in Mercer County tor NJ. Christian Yetow Pages telephone directory. Top comHAfR8TYU5T WANTED—' missions paid; fuH or partw » toKMano, M ama. Wan- lime. MuatquaMywNh Christout fotoaaw parttime.Uto Q p a» LJ^aVaaBvawtM I f O f t W (201) 255 594 < or (608) 027n y nawiyevw* i1 9196.

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Irene Carter 609/696 0 looking for experienced, accurate, highty-rnotrvetad individuals who want to grow with us. You wBl enjoy our afrnulating, congenial atniosphsre; t i e opportunity to upgrade your Saj8s« Bfljo a SBBjry fuBy commenaurate with your experience. DRAKE,

H you Hke doing physical testing of products and! have either two years of cottage or two yean of Lab experience, then you should definitely look into this job. Benefits are absolutely superb and If a $2,000 saury increase within one year doesn't appeal to you then there must be something wrong! Must write legibly and be accurate with numbers. Ideal opportunity for a current college student whose-classes end before 3:00 p.m. or who enjoys working while people are sleeping. Tuition refund so dont hesitate this time—cart TOWN today. Employer pays fee.


If you are looking for a Personnel Agency Changs in your job or seeking Princeton Forrestal Center a new position and are in- 101 Cosege Road East terested or have experience Princeton, N J . 08540 PART TIME — small com- in the processing of orders 609-452-1122 pany. Mature responsible this may be just the job you're person for general office looking for. UTILITY/DISHWASHER — work. Drversrlied duties. Light bookkeeping and typing. ADR is a growing software part time lunches/dinners. Flf xible hours. 609-890- company which has excellent 609-924-9313. 8304 for details. benefits, a very outstanding work environment and offers CLERK—to screen a variety of input documents for errors, PART TIME — mature per- promotional opportunity. ommissions, & ledgibility. son for light manufacturing work in small company. All interested applicants, Some clerical experience helpful. ExcoUentijenefits inSOITB9 soktonnQ oxpoftonco please contact: cluding dental insurance & required. Person must be tuition assistance. Interested willing to learn. Flexible PERSONNEL candidates should caH 609hours. 609-890-8304. DEPARTMENT DATA BNTRT Tr1neea/Tyjp-: iats — Here is a good oppor9 T 0 1 — MON thru FRI Gan tuarty to-join * growing asr-' office duties; neat appearvice buearu company that ance, good typing and teleCN-8 services major publishing phone skills reqd. Call for inPrinceton, New Jersey' firms. Position requires the terview apptmL ' 06540 abftty to key data, proof read WektolRealEstate, Inc. (201) 1) 874-8000 Ext: 3105 and perform other clerical (609) 921-2700 E

benefits. Cal 609-452,1660. KEY TO DISC — Princeton area company has knmed. openings on the eve. & day shifts for exp. key to disc 029 or 129 operators. Exc. benefits includhig dental insur* ance & tuition assistance. Interested candidates should cal 609-452-1300. EOE

UVE-IN FEMALE companion — needed In a private home in the Hopewett area for a slightly limited mobility woman. Must be able to drive, cxponenco preterrso. References needed. Good pay and pleasant aurroundCal for interview 215-

NEED MONEY TO keep up with the bills? We wiH help you develop- a secoiid income in your spare time. No risk. No obligation. 201-8216196. to11K

Are you ready.for ai challenge? No experience necesDIRECT MAIL—Mating List sary for candidate wiling to experience wanted. Expand- TEMPORARY POSITIONS learn the backstage aspects ing Ust Marketing Co. seeks — Sept 24 thru Oct. 3rd, of large organization as self-starter to move into Ware carriers and parking lot secretary to Operations Mansaws. Salary commensurate attendants needed 830-5 at ager. Use your steno and typw/experience. Benefits. Ex- $4/hr. Call 609-896-2800 ing skills to leam the job from the bottom up. Outstanding cesent opportunHy. Cal Mr. EOE. benefit package and comKrol. 201-874-4300. i RESTAURANT PERSON- pany fee paid! INTERIOR Designer — NEL — needed part-time. t A I * ' lak l l t ApptyGreenjine, 175 Nassau in Interior design w/abWy to SL, Princeton. eea. rieeKwnaai HHenors&or office furniture. Submit re- DENTAL ASSISTANT — 6 Colonial Lake Dri eume with salary history to part time Sat. Experienced Leonard LaPwca, 162 Nas- preferred. Princeton office. Lawreneevew, N J . sau St. Princeton, N.J. 609-924-5111. 609-883-5103 ' 08540. CLERICAL — Part time for KEYBOARD PLAYER — routine office procedures with with good vocals fortrio workProgranrnar/Anatrat T o t a O K local accounting firm. Call ing weekends. 609-393Mrs. Suchevits, 609-799- 2685. 587-1027. after 6 p.m. DATAPR0CE888IQ Cobol, tOMS Database. VM 9292. ENTRY LEVEL — Super train you for CICS. Super company. Transcribe from company aiiUDanaBls. Never tapes. Advance! Si 50, no rc PAYSTOJON a fee..Cal Dick Simon 609/ APOXaTORCE* fee. Call Ms Lee 609-8968964470. 1183 P. Robert Darm PersonJoin our A-1 Temporary work nel, 134 FranMhi Cnr Rd. force and choose a snort or long term position in your toeal area. We offer high rates BABY CARE — long term, 1 31311 and bonus SSSwhie you pol- yr. old boy. Mon-Frf, 730ish your afcas in a job that's 5:30, live in or out, light tu. right for you. Never a fee. So housekeeping, must have own transportation. EdinMATURE RESPONSIBLE stop by today. burg. Cal after 6pm 609-799Person — general office 9123. • • j sldas:peyrolUkjht bookkeepinQ, appnsxaffVBlsly 35 hrs s week. Cal 609-448-1383 beC A B L E TV Personnel tween 10 & 2 pm for appointneeded — for overhead construction. Pole climbing experience a must Additional training will be provided. SL TECHNICAL WRITER — Rapid advancement possWMajor erehitoctural firm, detu. Wies with growing company. g r e e and e x p e r i e n c e . Excellent benefits. Call Mr. 67PaaaraonSL S20K+. notoe.Cal Ms Lee Spencer, 609-448-3216. M i f aaWlaflMVMCiL i 609-896-1183 P. Robert (201) 248-8301 Derm Personnel, 134 FrankIn Cnr Rd. i & eduJOB i AIDE—Rest Home. Ful time cational couneelng — Tast- Cobot, oneptos y e a r s . ^ days/rights. Parflbne/week- ing & Reeumelnduded. Dr. ence, NCR orrifne preferred. days/weekend evenings. Un- Mtohaal L Rosenthal. 609- Super company. coln Rest Center, James- 737-2236. Cal burg. 201-521-0730. Dick Simon 170. LUNCHEONETTE — in ARY NO Kingston needs parmnw help



Here's a unique opportunity to have a perrr nent and chaBanojng poaltion with Ptaama Phyaica Laboratory, a prestigious, world involved In me oevBtopmeni or magnetic and fusion energy.

For our apply to: AL DEPARTMENT.

ATTENDANTS NEEDED — apply in person. AH [shifts. Crown Gas on Route 206 in BeBe Mead. EOE. j

NURSES AIDE — Part time evenings and day. Experience preferred. Can Sunnyfield Nursing Home. Cranbury, 609-395-0841.


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EXPERIENCED GUITARIST — seeks keyboard player, baaatot & drummer to form mostly originals band. Call Les at 609-921-0544 aft 5pm.

Position in executive sales office of Princeton based advertising research firm requires siaelent typing sMte. maturity & good telephone mannsr. No stono. Cal 609924-3434 for appointment. EOE.

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CLERICAL HELP — Insurance agents office. F t * time, 9~5, experience preferred. Call for appointment 201359-7800 or 725-4713.

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7-3 a n d 3-11 shift. Full t i m e or Port time. Apply in Person.

Company seeks Piincton eres Co an articulate, pataonabta M M d u e l vt cooroTnata and ssalst whh dsmonsttations. instasstione, customer training, end manual wiMng sssocietsd with s nsw minicomputer ssrvics -product. Some minicomputer PosMon may involve as much s i half of U.S.) 5 0 * travel I

El£CTlK)HICEI»6IIIE£t Experience in Micro Computer/Electronmechenioel systems. ELECmpJIC TGOMICIMI Experience with POP/11. Seme travel required.. To explore these csreor opportui sties, pisesesend your resume to: Cogitlnc. P.O. Box 2176

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SWITCHBOARD OPERATOR McGraw-Hill Inc.. an internationally recognized leader in the communications industry has a position available for » Switchboard Operator. Responsibilities include working on a Multi 605-A switchboard in handling all calls via attended trunk, tielines. and foreign exchange lines. Other duties will involve handling information' calls. putting up night line connections for approximately 24 lines and maintaining switchboard in emergency situations.

APPPLIEO DATA RESEARCH, the world's oldest and largest computer software products company, is currency searching for a qualified attorney to assume s lesponsiois position on the Company's corporate legal staff. Applicants for this position must have a tow degree and five years experience daeHng in general porporste mattes including SEC. ADR is s public company (AMEX) and hes numerous foreign subskfieries. Some international exposure and/or French or German language facility is desirable.

To be considered you must be a High School graduate or equivalent and have experience using cord type switchboard. McGraw-Hill offers an excellent salary -and benefits package as well as a very pleasant work environment. For consideration, please call Jean Pancoast at (609) 448-1700, Ext. 5013.

To apply for this position, send comprhensive resume, including salary requirement, to: CACDhN Vinotch profeesionBl etaff • If you choose to work e minimum of 2 weekends out of 4 each

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SKILLED TYPISTS — to laam book typesetting. Edtonal or typesetting ska* useful CLERKS — can't typa? but not anantlal. Part time SALESPERSON — M i ame ok, flexible hours, country That's OK. Vw> need youtwe * part ama poaMons avai- setting near Frenchtown. need you new. R you can aWa tor SapL tiro Apr! tor 201-006-2141. work a day. a < ' Una quality clothing atora. artonaarfiiti Mutt ba matura and rela. Prtncetoaor area cteok as ouBToppay. req. Apply in paraontoAntar.p no fas). Aim Ons) Paraonnsi, ~ Shop. Hu*eh part thna. 10am-2pm dairy. 2081 Ouakarbridaa Rd. 600rvaoocK w i , iTinceson, N J . 8004000. 009-924-1707. WAITER/WAITRESS —part WAITERAVAITReSS — ex ama etaranglmmeovr130-3. pariancad, most b» 19 OMJWExp. prat. Cat StaHon Pizza er. Fordanner, soma luntihas. 201-207-7878 rvajoooK mn, rnno&ton, N.J. 600-024-1707. CLEWCnrYPBT — typing ft ffJng akHa raqulrad. Salary RESPONSIBLE woman — naadad tor babyaWing, some once. Cal 6OO-7O0-6O26. housekeeping, 2 days per waak + aooMionai nours and RECEPTIONIST/TYPIST — overnight 600-921-6250. PrograaitvaHchiaKluialliiii is aeeMng pieaaant wal edu- TYPESETTER & PASTE UP catad paraon to act as fuJ Artist —per job basis. Your time racapttontat. back-up equipment or mine in HiHSam Start tyDiatftganaralgaVguylriday aboro. Write P.O. Box 5530. tor ofloa. Accuracy in typing Trenton. NJ 08630. (80wpm) & attention to data!


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COMPUTER OPERATORS Due to expansion - The Wal Slraat Journal has openings tor Computer Operators with 380/370. DOS/VS. tower VS and DCS experience to join our computer fadtty on the 2nd or 3rd Shift. 1-2 yean axperiance We offer


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working environment. Apply to Parsonnal

Senior level apphcations programmer to function as tech support to project managers on an assignment Reports directly to VP Systems Development.

Immediate full time opening for a Medical Technologist to work evenings. Must have a BS degree and be eligible for MT 1ASCP). Experience in blood bank preferred. Good salary, excellent

3> years on large IBM maiaframe. COBOL or Assembler and CrCS required Experience wnh I0MS or other data base hatprul. Steady employment record a must.

working environment. Apply to Personnel

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TELLER — ful time position available, teaar experience pratairad but W train. Good bana8ts,9X>dwortdngconrJnons. ror more mfOrmanon cal: 201-691-2200.

-andttMraJuatlor in the paokagat to offer you caams

datteal to $13,500 raXSHTSTUDEMT? If you are, you are exactly what this corporation needs to take the position of Office Services Coordinator. Run ma! room (heavy lifting); key operator, facilities management and errands. Visible spot Occasionally o.t Afl benefits. Companypaid fee. LORRAME DAVIS

Help Wanted „ To! CONTROLLER Fortune 100. Rnandal U ning, budgeting;, coat. {2-4 years experience, MBA a phis. Exceeant benefits. Never a fee. CaH Irene Carter 600/806-0470. |

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RESEARCH ASST^Sepretary — Ful time position with U.S. Tennis Association Research Dept Must be accurate typist wtthabWy to cornpose own correspondence. Job includes some telephone contact with the public. Interesting organization. Good benefits. Send resume & references to U. S. Tennia Association, Education 4 Research Center. 729 Alexander Rd., Princeton, NJ 08540 or cal 609-452-2580. i


STUDENTS/Homemakers — responsible persons wanted to conduct person to person market research interviews. Full/pt time, 930-3/ RL 130 at Black Horse La. 3-930. Call 609-799-3217. No. Bfunawtek, NJ 06902 201-297-1230 ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT — To'Directojr of WANTED GIRLS — JV Soc- Marketing at corporate headcer Coach • for Fall term at quarters of management Princeton Day School. Con- consulting firm. Requires tact Jan Baker at 609-448- high level skills and minimum 3334 aft. 6 pm. 2 years secretarial experience. Suburban Princeton Admin. Assistant location. Good company beTo $14K nefits. Please call Debbie MARKETMG Bart. 609-921-2806 for interARTOT i Excellent skills. Challenge. view. EOE. MCCC has immerJato open- Corporate environment. All ing for IndMdual with Bache- benefits. Never a fee. Call OFFICE ASSISTANT — lor's Degree^to executeIHua- 609/896-9470. Princeton University is looktrattons, graphic designs, laying for an office assistant to outs and mechanicals for type letters, reports, proposposters, flyers, brochures als, etc. for the Development and other printed & instrucCommunications Section. 3131 Princeton Pke ttonal materials. Respond in Knowledge of. or willingness Princeton Pfke Office Park writing by Sept 23to:Mercer to learn. Mag Card Mi and N.J. County Community CoHege. Word Processing equipment Personnel Services, Dept. desired. Good typing skills rePS. PO Box B. Trenton. NJ MOTHER SUBSTITUTE - quired. Excellent benefits in08600. Equal Opportunity/ live-in. Strong, loving person cluding 1 month vacation, Affirmative Action Employer. to take over household duties paid medical and life insurfor working mother. Boys ance, education assistance, SECRETARIES — shor- ages 11 & 14. Must drive. etc. Apply at or send resume thand rusty or none at afl? Good salary. Call 609-921- to: Princeton University; Personnel. Clio Hall-A. P RitterThat's OK. We need you and son. Princeton. NJ. 08544. we need you now. If you can work a day, a week, a month PM AIDES — The University EOE/AAE or longer in the Lawrencevil- NOW Day Nursery is interle, Princeton or Hights- viewing for PM aides in the RN, LPN NEEDED — for p « - part-time relief for home care town, area check us out) Top c o m b i n a t i o n pay, no fee. Aim One Person- kindergarten, kindergarten program for stroke patient in nel. 2681 QuakertxkJge Rd. class. Hrs: 1 to 4:30 pm. 5 Hkjhtstown. Some openings days/week. Call: 609-924- on all three shifts. 609-448600-800-0009. 4214 tor info. 2022.




How would you like an everincreasing set ol responsibilities as a Gal/Guy Friday Secretary? Low key, easygoing highly successful local partnership seeks candidate with accurate typing and steno skills. Word processing would be a big phis. Excellent working conditions and fringe benefits. FEE PAID. >-

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CONSTRUCTION WORK HANDYMAN for 3 yr. townhouse project. Must have some skills/driver's license. Salary commensurate with experience. Call between 912.201-988-4400.

Let Staff Builders help. Long and short assignments available. Temps needed in the following categories: : "Typists NIGHT CLERK — for Sperry 'Secretaries Univac Student Center. 40 •Clerk Typists hours a week. Midnight til "Word Processors 8am. tult-time. Tues & Wed •Keypunch off. Responsible for statistics, •Telex switchboard, checking in and checking out guests, preparJng occupancy lists & various duties. Accurate typing, reliability, alertness & pleasant 6 Colonial Lake Dr. attitude are essential. Good LawrancevMe, N.J. pay & benefits for the right 609-883-6103 individual. Call for appointment. Ms. Guyre, 201-329HOMEMAKERS NEEDED to 2800. Te^PORAKYPERSONNEL work in Piscataway area 20Nassau Street cafeteria. Good hours, beMECHAMCAL Princeton, N.J. nefits and working condiTECHNICIANS 609-924-0604 tions. 9 am to 11 am. Also 1 to 3 pm. 201-699-4038. 2 years training beyond high BABYSITTER NEEDED — school in the mechanical en- for 4 yr. old. Occasional BABYSIT INFANT — part gineering technology area or mornings in our home. Gentle time in our Kendall Park equivalent experience re- warm person who likes chilhome. Mature woman, must quired. Exposure to college dren. Reply To Box #04055 have tranap. & refs for flexi- physics a plus. Successful co Princeton Packet i ble day & eve. hours. 201- applicant will participate in 207-8877. testing of prototype mining SECRETARY"1 equipment & other prototype EXPERIENCED; NURSES AIDES & KITCHEN equipment. Some travel in- Diversified opening. MiniAIDES — Nurses es aides part volved. Exceasnt benefits & mum 4 years experience. and ful lima a l shifts, kitchen i h working conditions. Please Heavy technical typing, travel aides 7am-1pm.. 5 days per send a copy of your resume & meeting arrangements. Expreferred. or call Donna Vandermark, perienced with electronic week. Experie ce p Call Sunnyfield N Nursing Personnel Manager, Ing- typewriter helpful, but will Home. Cranbury. 609-395- erson-Rand Research, Inc.. train. Excellent growth oppor0642. P.O. Box 301. Princeton. NJ tunity. Full benefits. Send re06540. 609-921-9103. EOE. sume including salary reBABYSITTER needed — quirements to: 2 3 0 to 530pm. 4 to 5 days a HOUSEKEEPER WANTED P.L.PKXARD waak. In Princeton. Must — Live-in 5 days: cleaning & UMONCAMP hava car. Cal 600-924-9007 some cooking. Princeton RESEARCH & area. 609-921-0761. DEVELOPMENT! P.O. Box 412 PART TtME — cleaning help RECEPTIONIST/TYPtST — Princeton, N J . 08540 wanted at tennis dub — pre- tor growing aoter design firm. EOE (araWy early afternoon. 201" desirable: Mrawy eat 356-8730. Cal 608-921-196V EXECUTIVE HOST/Hpstess CHILD CARE—Young Cou- CHILD CARE torWant —in — Individual seeking a pto looking for a warm and my Pijncotog home. Experi- permanent position with a deloving person to caretortheir ence & references required, lightfully different coricept. S month old in our home. Be- dose to transportation. Call Experienced in service'training, scheduling & dMndroom gin Oct 5. daily. Please cal eves 600-663-0057. management. Call restaurant 600-737-2663. manager at 609-448-2' 00. TECHNICAL SECRETARY Technical Typist - PrinceTotiac — ton University has several PART-TIME — full charge through general No slano. Good typing. Pub- openings tor persons wnn bookkeeper ledger. 15-20 hrs. pen ic ralaJtom.Albana«*.Nav- good typing skWs and farra- days & hours flexible/ or a fas. Cal 609JBB6-9470. lartty with spedafaed type-, writers to typa reports, prop- commensurate with < ence. Send letter or resume xr 1 inofiBi vacation, to Mrs. H. Sands. PO Box 142. Hkjhtstown, NJ 06620 pan meoicai ano SJO





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Save 1265 aft. 6pm. room chandelier, (Early 132 column capacity, good ROE WANTED — I money on your heat by INDIAN COTTON GARas naw. Cost $1180. ssSng VEAL — Humanely rateed, American)$60. Cal 609-790from L-vae area to $760.8004244875. 2324. carpeting your floors. And MENTS — save upto40%. quaaty veeJ. Taking orders Pa. weekdays. Cal save by calling me. Serving Visit India Discount Store. for fall "hsrvest." Spring Ed Cox 800-7714800 days. MOVMG—must sal SaarsO this area for the past 20 yrs. Meadow Farm 609-466- LENOX — Boehm bird Call Carpet Contractors of 3001 Rt. 27 ft Finnegan's ptotaa, set of I2forsato. mint cu.ft.freezer. 1 w. old. $200. Ln., FrankRn Pk., N J . 06823. 0470. TALL WOMEN: SWM. 24. conoToon, $1200. 600-024- Central Jersey. 609-585- 201421-7775. We also sell wtBhaetomeettafSWF. 9258 or 609-393-9350. 183194. C H I N O N CE -4 — with Indian Groceries. Sweets, ST* or toaar.Cal LOVE SEAT — ft Uphol- lenses: 60-205 w/macro; Saris ft Apptanoestorforeor I aavao onaiT in aHoal oond» 28mm; 2x adaptor. Cost new FIREWOOD — prime eea- OfL HEATERS — 2, lamps, ign travel (110/220V). \ ATTRfCTIVE. TALL (ST*) taht Mue daston fabric. j$oo> $550. Price negotiable for sonsd hardwoods. Cut, soft, featherbeds. bed/sofa, dssvsrad.$100peroord. Re6654363 aft f p m . wardrobes, furniture, 609quick sals. 609-924-7070. INSULATED SLIDING 4 7374297. Qaass door untts with altMmi2132. COAL OR WOOD—hot war FLYTONANTUCKET—in 8 SOUD BLACK WaJnut Cannum frames. 34*. 14'. 1-9' aaai caoai CBJSS trn iwm, tar furnace. Uaa atone or add nonbal4-poster — $550.10 SKYLIGHTS — new, a l ma- $500.609424-1882. : 7 3 FORD — garden tractor to piwMnl flMtam. 600 3aT* ahartng expanses with s jor brands such as Vetux. pc carved walnut dWng sat 42" tower deck mower. 10 hp. 3884. asaroW past $100 toabREGISTERED OR NOT —11 raaoOt vanwcama, w a n o , under $2006. 8-tt. marble oond. $1000ftrm.009- ale. Can daNvar. Diacount $146 par parson round wW buy your guns legaliy.il base hel mirror $200. Appt L5. am Kcensed and wW pay a Plywood Canters, 1 4 0 0 only 201 •276-2066. W. 16 CM. ft. good price. Call Bert 6095234707. FIREPLACE WOOD—QualHOPEWELL COMMUTER ^__J or baa] oVaT. Large oak KITCHEN CABINETS — 924-3800 days. j —nasdsridetoTemple U. or desk, under $175. or peat new. big dfcoounta on aM ma- ity seasoned, spirt, hard FOAM CUT—Any size-any WaWte. a^atfumf A fMBM^DaVl HARDY MUMS-assorted W.Tiaaton R A W S pay. Cal offer. 8004214$48 eves. jor brands such as Wodeshape. Whlle-U-Wsit. iwooa, scnenKcn, Drammer, $150/eord, $80/V4 cord. Cushions made Hka new. colors, grown in pots. $1.25 each. 201450-5243. 10 SPEED — 7 6 Homacroat, Haas. etc. DesVPrices given over phone. The er. Otacount Plywood Can- Contractor, Our 28fh year, F o a m S r n,. Gladstone, PRATTOUEZ — r 201SINGLE PEOPLE! 201447-2236 or 647-2717. tors, 1-8004834707. CRYSTAL STEMWARE— amupa. 234-1622. Thane's aa modern style, 3 l l z e s , 7-PC. MASTER BEDROOM only. 600405-4053. after CASH MASTER Cash RagleMATTRESSES — World «aaonabto. Call 600-7996^6 pm. tor "—Exc oond* Uohttmoa. set — Oak, exc. cond. Cal ; famous boddaig at dtocount 9166. aftor 5 pm, 2014264305. A steal at $i507Cal Footprices. Factory dkect to you. r PICK-UP—TMCkcap.no wonts onoWt *> \*wfmmm futy guaranteed by manufac- QUEOISIZE HEADBOARD RREWOOD—torseto.sss $40. Call St.. Princeton. 600-021turer. Cal 201-536-1784 af- - g o t o wrought iron Oftjree. eonadhan)wood.$t10raord, 8pm 6250. deNvered ft stacked. CaM tor7pm. 800-737-2011. CAMERA - Kontos TC702 KITCHENETTE — 2 electric FURNITURE CLEARANCE burners, refrigerator and TRK> TAG Sales. Inc.—"We Cantor — Tna Mytjomary ANTIQUE - SHERATON do aJ the work." Profitable Canter. Rocky IHaTspscialz _ ^ Cnerrywooo taoie, rmen$375 -brand naw. Also head* Sato of entire or partial conInj in aoas batto* DOK aprtnoj*\ oock rocking chaJr. 2 cane boards, brass, single. $50/ tents of your home. ProfesfnaBvaaaaa and oonajnipor" onojnai w v n 1001 set Btack Angus compact sionally conducted at your aryMsi " ' ' oven $ 3 5 . toon. Japanese convenience. 6004834535. CaM 800-452bamboo swWal chairs, sat of 215-403-5332 or 609482| 4 for $100. Please cat 809- ; 1864. 924-4525. EDISON FURNITURE — is OLD TOWN Wood A Canvas ass open si me same ncamodal. ROYAL ELECTRIC — typeaan. For USED FURNITURE Escc* oond. writar $25, child's atavao OI Bvary uesusjaon come see us. Rt. 611 south of RsttftaMrack. Doylastown. Pa. 9-4:da. 37 ctosad Sunday. 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oond. 8128. C a i Don WANTED: BOYS BICYCLE -6798. — "DM Bate" style for* yr 1725 evenings. BOO; dM bad. new BUNOSTTTCH MACHME — r t u w y ••ywv* nfjw, mattress. 630. 609-448 W A N T E D — old wood 8729. used. $400 canoes. Any condWon. Cat FURNITURE — Custom de- 4 FLOOR LAMPS — Three 609-587-8472. and curio ere contemporary in design, cao*nai anvojua ivory wim and one is a tradwonal style. WANTEO— Exercise bicyIron cendw holders end serv- cle. Only Schwinn deluxe jFfanoh blua trim. Contsmporary sacttonfll oouoft In blua ing tray. 2 chairs, wood with XR5, good cond. payto$100. 609-4434897 valour. 3-ber brass tabie/ 6094244604 eves. temp. Gold vetour chair ml ottoman. All reasonably RADIO AMATEUR — equip BASEBALL CARDS—compriosd and In good cond. Cai Heath Mohawk (Rx-1) Hcvr ic books, top doasr paid for ' after 6 p.m., 609-448-2906. Marauder (Hx-10) Xmtr ,609448-5950. Mosley TA33. rf mt. CDE TR44 rotor. 100' Coax COLONIAL DESK A Chair WE BUY — good used A set — dark brown wood. Lafayette HE-10 revr. Ale> antique furniture. One piece W: 609-292-6405. H609 Dsek has formica top A 3 to entire estates. Cad 609drawers, isseensrty priced. 924-6179. 393-6513 Cat 609-683-1042. traeetandlng

Merchandse Wanted

SOFA — cave green, ThomasvBte. wood trim, excel. cond. $175. 609-799-3669. QUEEN-SIZE — Maaross A

WANTED — die cast and old. exceT cond.. $150 for steel toys Call 609-4434556 set 609421-1237.

"pei- box spring, high qual., 3 yrs

•aWfttW IOBVPV. O P T n W W I at,

80pcs.mel6safvlngpcs.ExgoMjW t A $1700 GOOSE DOWN — filled lROOM-7pcs.e*c I bag, mjton as- mat- cond. $300- 201-521-3240. 201297-2131 ANTARTEX — sheepskin 40R. tan. Bases Ined. custom DRESSMG TABLE $35. r» r M m 609-462-9015 chav $15. 3 temps, tebts A chair $75. Good oond. 201SNAPPER — 8744175. mowar. 7 yrs. old. 4 USED REFS — 2 gas some repair. SiOO or best oasr. 609-799-2792. dryer, port else dryar:4 TRS60-16K.Leval2MDdali B/Kbtoport 201 HARDY F6£LDON3Mn Mums —Aeat colors. Si JO and up. Also Peppers, tomatoes by t i e It. or I

SALE — storm windows, wooden

NJ. 201-

t u r e s . other a s s o r t e d Cai 609-862-0195

ONE RUST Barrel Swivel

BEDROOM SUITE — 10 , young gjrfs tumiure.

Rd.. 3S»6277.


i lamp radiator cover 2O1-359-

by y y headboards, dresser w/ • «*»*.


Can 2-9H. S L I D I N G GLASS Doors — STS/ea. i

PORTABLE ROnSSEWE— sr. gra mmmm. $60 CaH 609-

BtCYCLE — Boys Schwinn Junior Stingray $ 5 5 cash 606 624 6735.

RUG — U Q r M f t B m l shag 10x12 1 yr old. $50. ( • pea.)




GUNS A SWORDS — Military Hems. Federal A State licensed as required for New KENWOOD State Of Ths Art B B> Jersey trsnsactions. Will 009 QOO tf4V&. —car stereo KRC7iianv1m make house cats, pay highest cash. Bert. 609-924-3800 . Jensen Wax ITt in KING SIZE — bed w/trame. days, or leave tape message. .bed aids table. cabinet Fox radar detector, matching mirror. 2 king sizs dkjaal 40 channel C8 outfit pMows, king sizs bedspread, CASH FOR YOUR Antique •fl uaad kasa titan 1 monati, never used king size sheets, Furniture — we are a large coat $1000. win sacrifice. other items almost nsw, dealer specializing in Oak Tom al 609-737-9563. WSfcng to buy 1 piece to en$425. 609-799-0472. eves. tire contents. 201-329-2062 ENCYCtOPEDIA AmericaMOVING SALE — Baby na —30 vote. 9 annuals, exc. Hams! Nsw: Hsdstrom Play- POCKET WATCHES — cond. $60. 606-667-8678. pen a sold Oak hkjhchalr. wanted, atver. goto or_ any bass metet, th any condMton, EXEWCYCLE — almost lunrfnp of bjohan no probbrand new, $36. Old electric .umbraaistrot- tom.Thsokfar the better. Prihome rotary inner, used a lot vate coBsctor. Cai 609-567but not abused. Come A get 7507. Jump chair, booster chair, •.609-443-14761 portable/expanding kiddie carrel, brown wicker chang- U.S. SN.VER — doaars. also COCKTAL TABLE -r round, tnQ tebte. gresn lures ssnd- saver coins any denomlnabeautiful marble top* $90, box/pool. pink hot wheels. tton, gold ookts. copper coins, 609-446-7406. oak door gate, potty char. Al prooTA mint sets. Also foreign coins. Private cossctcr. —'-443-6307 SIGNED CALDER LITHOCai 609-587-7507. GRAPH — Large, framed. Must be seen. Best offer. KITCH04 - BRUN8. ACRES SHOTGUNS. RIFLES — — dark oak cabinats w/ handQuna wantad lor casn, 609-466-1460. formica top, L-4hapa, cook* FREE STANDNG ctoeet — top* vant, Safiki mint cond. avoaoHawV ovo OHDi i l l $950. firm. 201-297-0227 aft New guns for sale disbeveled mirror. $275. 6D9- 6. counted. We W buy, sel or 466-1460. Murphy's Sportsman s 8 CHAIRS — 6 Windsors. 2 Oan.201 801-297-3?" ladder back, a l rush aw cond. 609-737-2021. WE BUY — Stamp coHecttons, old Isaars A postcards. JOHN BOAT—11' Seers: 25 -0360 aft 5pm. speed etaokic motor, marins baaery, oars, cushions and We preservers. $475. Call ANYTHING MARKED — staring ssVsr. ssVer A gold. 201-297-9301. ilL J| t y g RINGER W A S H I N G Weddtog bands A seta. U.S. MACHINE — $50. 201-621- MaWnp oOwWOKms any M Z V , 9234 anaquatanyliM.Prtvalelrv UKE NEW Pine Case CNme Clock — w/covered glass. Battery operated. $75. Cai

SOFA-Ooi«JN*«a.6patPw torbotx Ful new. $100.609-S66-101S

SOFAS — 2 w MWs. Chest

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REFRlGERATOftfreazer — aslaxakta. 1 yr.old: 10 hp S N O W T W E S - 2 Goodyear r. I T canoe. 10 « GR78-14 Radiels used 4 . Cai 201474-6643 22

LMNGROOMSET-3 good oond. $190. KEROSENE HEATER — •S. 11000 BTU at 660 691 167^

MAHOGANY — chest dres-

6 lye back chairs. Karaatan rugs, bachelor chest (Prs. A afON), QawP mm B m , Cnr nm d o i m . Oak dry tinks, TWO SMALL DOG Runs— wasn stanos, cnan, DOOK4-xS-xS* wahtop. one wsJwut ' cases end more. Suricka Anaquss. 44 Spring St. Prinlop. 8100 each. Cai evenings ceton. Open Mon-Sat 10:305.600-924-3994. O E WASHER A DRYER — 11 yrs. old. room air con- SOFA — 2 pc gresn A gold. ditioner 609-443-5126 aft gooo oano. wonangwig mlure. 609-446-7289 eves.

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WINDOW SHADES - r AvailSHRUBS — Oto your own A able attowprices. Many colf Hal FsVIII. fTnS. ors, cut to 8taBe free. For more . 5pruc«, Taxus. information call 609-4486479. up. FKOVH SonwMsl Cafclo CASSETTE D E b t - Sony let at South Branch, go 1000 FX6C has D o f M C 1 month old. $295. Calk 609-663farmlsontwlsftaislgn 201 0467. CANNON NPSOOO — plain ZENITH TV — 28". wood 6300 or B.O. 201-674-4309.'


GE REFRIGERATOR — oy e o new. $195. C a i 609-448-

trays (2) 6.xit A (1) 11x17 UJdJuststosti

.liSacaf 7700 eat 27. «XXTA6JJEB—artjajMBA

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PIANO — 197Bmodi 2674.

G A R A G E S A L E —i 2 3 Baybany Lane, off BrUge point R d i n Belle Moad. Books (many mysteries), games, toys A house lokJ asms. 9am - 6pm, Saturday, 9-19.

YARD SALE—Sept 191 nan GARAGE SALE — Sept 19 date Sept. 2 0 . Bsautiful 9 3 0 to2pm 8 Amy Dr. Brook- arched garden gate w/ MASON A HAMUN — 6 ft tree, Eaal Wtodsor Assorted handmadshin HO, i n n oonds buft nouNnon aims, DaDywms* cuatom < flfmo piwsHO, b i l 1975 fabrics. New upholstery! and In 1 9 1 1 . rebuilt 1975bby & books. Rain or SNna.. drapery materials. New SifaJ Cryde of NY. orig. owned by GARAGE SALE — 9 amrug. 12x19. (wholesale port). Bulova faniHy. Marvelous 4pm. Sat. Sapt 19 A Sun. 4' round redwood table. Prosound. $7800. Caflanyams Sept 20. TV. Yardage, cto- fessional uj Bill muss ventithng, books, jars, at sorts of lating fan. Lamps, sports things. 41 Yorkshire Dr. East equip, 20 cu. ft chest freezer. PIANOS—Bought sold, re1975 Chevy Masou Ctessfc, buHL rafMahetT Catt 2016-cyl, mechanically sound. 3564153. YARD SALE — muHMamity. And many more items. 779 Sat - Sun. Sapt 19 A 2 0 , 9 Princeton-Kingston Rd:, Prin-* LOWERY ORGAN—Mfeeam - 3 pm Madison Drive. ceton, 10-3, no checks.; wra wnn wntraa waaaana Twin Rivers (Quad 2). East player, drums, slops A 2 SAT. 9/19, 10-4, 44 Linden spiaUars. $1000. 600-395La, Plalnaboro. Antique fum, BIG YARD SALE—Sept 19. sport A camp equip; BR 1847aHarS. 9 am. 4 females! Antiques, chairs, DR table, etc. ; C H I C K E R I N G GRAND baby asms: Htah chair, crib, Piano — $3650. Wurtttzer playpen, car seat etc; Old SUNDAY 10-5 P.M. — Sept. Grand Piano, $1650. 201- dolls: Shirley Temple. 20.8 Vanovrveer Drive. LawM e d a m e Alexander, & rencevlto. Dishes, cookiifare, 356-9153. others; 2 sets of kitchen- clothing, Knens,.larger items-. chairs, A 10 metal chairs: PIANO — Baldwin spinet ctothes racks, tots of peg SATURDAY, SEPT. 19 — 1972. $800. 606-924-2874. boards w/bracket; bicycles; Raki date 9/20. 161 Texas new carpets, a l sizes. Plus Ave., Lawrenceville. Coats, MOUNTAIN DULOMERS — tots more goodies! No sales shoes, clothes, all sizes. Walnut A spruce, $147, cher- before 9 am! 159 Maxwell Mac Everything $1 or less. ry A spruce, $145 or $117. Ave, Wgrnstown. Rain date 9-4 p.m. Sept 26. C a i Jerry at 809-452-1064.

FOR SALE — Upright Piano, N n g trumpet C a i 201-3596094. YAMAHA PIANO—Contem-

porary console. Polished CHILDREN S ITEMS clothes - newborn to 10. _._. mahogany, axe. Less than 2 Prince/Lawr. area eel 609- yrs. 609-4484190. 392-6736

YARD SALE — Sept. 19, 9am-1230pm. 421 Alexander Rd., Princeton. Household Hems, collectibles inducing McCoy. WeHer. Fiesta, etc

NEIGHBORHOOD GARAGE SALE—A Flea Market Outstanding merchandise. You name it, we got it, RECORDS WANTED—Any i n c l u d i n g t h e kitchen type, any quantity. Collecsink. Sat A Sun. Sapt 19 A tions & accumulations espe20, 10-4pm. 37-40 Camden cially desired. Competitive prices paid. All Ears' Re- GRAND PIANO — Kawai, Rd, between Southwoods cords, 150 French St (Rt 27) ebony finish, 3 yrs. old, Rd. & Township Una Rd. BelNew Brunswick. 201-846- $4000. 609-882-5819 after; le Mead. 1720. 5pm. GARAGE SALE — Sat Sun. S e p t 19 A 2 0 , 10-4pm. PIANOS WANTEO Machinists tools A books, Skeet trap, clothing, china. Something for all. Rt. 206, Pels Mead, betweon Pierson Dr. A HHtoboro Rd. SELL YOUR WARES at Flea Market. All Saints' MY NEIGHBORS MOVED— Church, Princeton, October and left me their stuff. Sat 10. 9-3. To reserve a table Sept 19,9am-4pm, 179 Dor•i i i or 201- chaster Drive, East Windsor. AARON-ALL PIANO—Movers. (You buy R w e move it an^vhere). 3 0 years experience. Fully Insured. Free I. 201-560-1664.

Rea Markets & Rummage Sales

TOOLS. MOTORS — misc.. Sat A Sun.. Sept. 19 A 20.9 am, 78 Crescent Ave.. Rocky HHI. .. TWO FAMILY Yard Sate — Rain or shine. Household items, books, toys, sports equip. 25 Lake Dr. Roosevelt. Sept. 19. 9:30-4pm. MULTI FAMJLY YARD SALE Saturday, Sept 19, 10-4 p.m. (Ram date Sept 20) BRDGEWQODCT. (Take 206 to : Bridgepoint Rd. and fosow signs to one T i of Mont.. Twp. nicest


Framed prints, clothes, furniture, skis, toys, televisions, patio table and chairs, stereo, new carpeting, wicker chair, bicycles, amateur radio receiver, refrigerator, lamps, recgrds. books. Jelesojjpe. MUSICal aquarium, sporting goods t6fa£ *& GARAGE SALE — Sapt 26* atgajaVKjt 7th ANNUAL Raa Market — rain or shina, 9 a n , remains osrtett WWPHS scholarship of an astata. 38 HartinQon APARTMENT SALE — Sept 6' GRAND PIANO — com- fund. Sapt 19. 1961, 9am- Rd., BaRa MaadL 5,6.7.12 & 13. Hutch, table, pletely reconditioned and 4pm Hkjh School partdng tot ebonized, $5000. 201-534- CtarttawMa & HUtotown Rd, ONE DAY — Garage Sale. chairs, stove, rug, bookcases, books, misc. items. 2893. Princeton Jet No reh date. Everything must go. Low Beekman Garden Apis., 192 SBVapaos. For Mo. cai 609- prices. Take Rt 27toBunker Capricorn Dr.. Apt. 14, HillBALDWIN PIANO — 799-2729. 799-1400, 799- Hal Rd. to Leif Erickson Ave. sboro. atudto, wamut New. 8976, 799-3200. Grtggstown. Sat, Sept. 19. firm. 201-297-8024. Oern 4pm. Rain or shine. YARD SALE — household, OES RUMMAGE SALE — Schwinn bikes, books, horse KINSMAN ELECTRONIC Saturday Sept 19. Hopewell MULTI-FAMILY Yard Sato— collar, new A used clothing A Organ — ful upper A tower Masonic Tempts. 10 a m • 3 169 Washington Rd. Prince- snoes, mirrors, misc., sai. & ton. Penns Neck, next to Sun. 9/19 A 20. 9-4. Forrest keyboard A full pedal p m Grab Bag 2-3 p.m. Arm's Dei. Sat. Sept 19th, 9 Blend Dr.. Washington Croskeyboaid. Organ A cabinet in a.mj exc cond. Bench A music ind. sing. N J . CONSOLATA VILLAGE — $500,609-448-2625. RL 27, Somerset Sets. 10-3. BIG YARD SALE —AnMFall A Winter sweeters, OJUBS, turn, household items GARAGE SALE: Saturday. Chopin coats, suits, shoes, boots, A records. Fri A Sat. 10 am. September 19. 10-3. Rain Piano A Organ Co. date, September20.18*B& hats; scarves, etc Everything 15 No. lOAve., ManvWe. W TV. oriental rugs,; 36" for men. women A chsdren. Choose from Steinwsy, HousBwares. used furniture, round butcher-block table. 4 Sohmer, Knabe etc Rent or books, stamps. 201-297- SUN SEPT 20,9-3, Color TV, rush-seat chairs, changing buy 1001 N. Olden Ave.. 9191. Lionel trains, Isdy's golf table, bassinet, and much Trenton 609^5-7456. clubs. O'ri1* bike, dishes, more: 52 Marion Road West , household i Princeton. No aarty birds. PIANO TUNING A Repair RUMMAGE SALE — Saturguarsntsed. reasonabts free day, Sept 19, 9-4 p m , S t MULTI-FAMILY — Garage estimates M. Schmahl. 609- Barnabas Episcopal Church. Sato. Sat Sept 19.10am-?. Sand Ha Rd., Kendal Park. 452-8806. Major Road, off RL 1, Mon. Jct CERTIFIED AUCTipNEER Cel 609-967-7507. FLEA MARKET — Sat. Sept ATTENTION DRUM LOV— Appraisals. Personal, GARAGE SALE — Sept 19 19, 8:30-4, Presbyterian LICENSED GUN — dealer ERS—SeWng beautiful pearl commercial, farm, estate. Church, JFK Blvd.. off Eaaton A 2 0 . 9 a m • 4 p m Stereo, Richard S. Winthrop, 609buying A aafng envMnd of white Ludwig 5 piece drum games, toys, clothing, A Ave., Somerset Dealers wethandguns, rHIss, anotyuns, set Equipped with Camber 921-0967. come. InfoAeseivattoin 201- many household items. 98 unusual knives, daggers. high-hat ZBdjian crash cymSouth Woods Rd., Belle 2494674. swords A bayonets. Modem baVhaavy duty stand A CamMead.NJ. or antique. U S . or foreign. ber ride cymbal w/stand. also Buying redstsred or not Pri- brand new Rsmo heads, only PACKARD'S OUTDOOR NEIGHBORHOOD SALE— vate cossctor. Cat 609-587- 1 yr. old. looks A sounds FLEA Market now reopen 19tti A 20m. Flanders Dr., greet must sea. WM sacrifice under new management. 7507. HlUsboro. Turn at Burger WANTED — Sawyers view$1500. 609-466-2464. Wed., Fri.. Sat A Sun. 9 3 0 King, frat M l A Ural M l again. master reels from 1930s to BUYMQ DIAMONDS - no 1950s. 201-249-2896. WURUTZER—spinet piano. am unHdark. Space $3 per Everything incl. fireplace size too smal or too torgs. $650. % vtoan $150. Cat aft 6 day. Raa. eel Charts Stone. PJBJSS ooors a 201-369-3188. Afaw sttver. gold A dental 609-446-2185 RARE PAUL KLEE — color gsr. 9 a m gou. mvaw) mveswr. i^as tint. The Bathers". 1901. 609-667-7507. Best offer. 201-948-6043. PIANO — Whiter^ upright walnut good oondajon, bast ORIENTAL RUGS—we pay Wood crib. htohcnaJr. garden cash for antique A semi- offer. 201-521-4496 after MULTI FAMILY Garage Sale cnasB, HBrsnens, no swwnsna^jus oriental njgs. One or 6pm. — Sept 18 A 19.9-4.53 Be- pools, Hoover Lark electric many. 609-362-7337. Inmmower. floor polsher. a l ANTIQUE — Oak table 42 in HARP NEEDED—for vartyDr, BsssMead. Al condNon. New Copy- sq. + 5 leaves. $350. 4 oak ner. Rent or buy. WANTEO TO BUY — Scrap 2470 after 4pm. mate III dry copier. Easy chairs, caned seats, beaut. metal, light won, steel, batterMULTI-FAMILY — Yard chair. Fine art and old map •xxxJ. $350, oak dresser, reies, radiators, copper, brass, Sato. SatSept 19.9am• 1 reproductions, old prints. fin. $210. 201-359-1151L aluminum and used machw PIANOS A ORGANS — pm, 176 Prospect Ave., Prinery Currenlty paying the ceton, near Harrison St ate. Evan some ELIZABETH WANTED: FIESTA — Rpsehighest prices x the area. sona. Baldwin Hammond M O M A T H prints. At her vifle. Homer LaugMn, CeraMusic Center. 1911 BrunePayment at Bme of desvery ANTIQUES — hosehoid ap- house, 47 Montoomsry Rd.. mic or glass juice squeezers. wick Ava., LawianoavMa* NJ neosNwg hours 12-5 p.m. pttances, baraaJna gatorsl Rocky H i l l . 19 a n d 2 0 609-799-9410. Mon. 6 m Fri. 8 to 5 on Satur- 609-599-2700. September, 10am - 4pm. Dont IIBBB I I Sat. 19s\ 9-3. day. No quantity too large or RaMaw>27! »27 September 9am ANTIQUES primitives—Mill46VS loo emaa. Gale Industrial . E L E C T R I C G U I T A R — ton. Rain* i Sun. -6pm. house Antiques. 1007fit28, Scrap Iron and Metal Co.. w/amp A extras. Asking North Branch, 201 -725-7306. N o r t h V a l l e y R o a d . $180. Cat 600-466-2804 af- YARD SALE — 8aL 8apL Weekends A by appt j nooasxss For into. ca> 609- wjraam. 19th, 10 am. to 4 pun. Kaoh- HOUSEHOLDI 448-2679 HANKINS Antiques. 169 LESTER UPWGHT Piano— Noearlyblrdsplsaae.'41JefMercer St, Hkjhtstown, N J . iHaon Rd^ PifnOwMon. We buyAsel furniture, cbina, POOL TABLfS WANTEO— glass, jewelry.^ lovety thjngs. Coma in and browse. Cipen Friday. 8spt 18. 11 to 4 3 0 Tuas. to Sat te911am 6pm. Oassday, Sapt 443-4102 or 448^772. I t . •" BRASS BEDS—antique. fuN size. $495. A pr.of M WANTED TO BUY: Scrap YARD SALE—Sat, Sapt 19. $375/ea. 809-393-5290. 9-3. Booka (aoctotogy. ftoALLENTOWN ANTIQUE CENTER — 7 Church!St. Aflentpwn, N J . 8 dealers YARD 8ALE — Many caahpaid. S. n e t Itoata. Bapt 10 A 20. apedaizing in furniture, chi" Inc. 2166 MMpavMMiSS A27. na, gtasswara, pfimiuyas, doasAcolectt>ies.Oper,iC>5. Thurs. - Mon. Hounjby Cat 201 9214612. appt 609-2S9-395Z I -

ca — Carpet 10x11. Nschen MHs 4 chata. 609-921 -8272 eTi altspm. •Very Fresh Cigar (SAX LADY KENMORE — 32 top range. 6.5 hp 3T


•2866. 5 pm.

SOMETHMQFOR EVERYONE ^~ fnaUvwa and Apfio0* dwQinQ loom aatf many in* tareaing misc. asms. MuM famty, Sat Sapt 19. raMato Sept 20. 10-4. 241 Glenn Ave., Lawrenceville, near NghachooL

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. I8urL L t e M for I S I t t . Sold $44. For I 312431-1081. eal I

P SMALL STABLE — In So. nae box stale

FOREMMCAR pita Cs*joe.eo95864134. PLYMOUTH 1973—•*

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atleiWtowjiaL tejatpMM. MAY A STRAW For S a t o eav deawjr. IMCtenlumenum. HaaiaaflHa dManoa or ptok* tax CM evaa. 600-468-3806. QERMAM S H E P H E R D PUPS - AKC OFA. MJ6.

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GOLDEN RETRIEVER PupB«i"»*afW»»»ap»pies ptoe —AKC ANC fag. n gC Champion h i ntal puppteo — cnampton bloodlines, raaaonably seed, wedtorahow, pat or priced. 600-737-2172.

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286 JUNK CARS Wanted — $20 $100,201-5464582.

1842 aft. 5pm. BOX STALL — awalatato In amafi atebte. Mont Twp. Ml tow Labrador Bom Aug. 7 bMntdatytomoAaawctes I M I . $25. Phone 600421r ^ p a a k a * . trass. 201-359- 3348,Ctork.

WANTED — VWs in need of repair. Any year. Top doHar offered. 201-297-7500. after 6. 2974721.



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1070HUSTANG UmHed PvocwOtetan bidy riotd?— VS. 4 apd. ate. A l P a n car oplone. Sunroof. 24J00 mL mdudee 1 yr. warranty. After Spm cal 6004834207. •80 VOLKSWAGEN RABBIT — Air cond., am/im radto. 24000 mi. Private owner. $40X10.600-8064890.

MACKEVS Towing Service — wants your junk car. Any condition. Call 609-4436259.


Hon. ttOO. CaM 609-737-


7 2 DATSUN 510 wagon 27mpg, 794)00 ml 609-9247470anyeme. 7 3 PODGE Monaco —auto pm, pro, ate, am/fm, snows, $600.64pm. 609-924-6482. •60 VW RABBIT —ste. am/ fm radto, 2 4 A » mess, private owner. $4900.6094960990. 7 3 CAPRI—2-dr, 4 cyL economical, some rust 609-9247596, keep trying. 7 0 FORD MAVERICK — Lt blue auto., very good engine. $750. 609-799-8248 eves., 6094624967 days.

~^Evary Sat 11-6, Sun. 12-5. 201-257-7560.

7 1 DUSTER — 6 cyl, auto., p/s, a/c, am/fcn, mach good, body fa*. Cal 6094214190. 10TH C. MAWTB. — 0 1

Starting Sun. Sapt. 27. 1 CARS CORVETTE wanted — not running, damaged or "as is** jjiMttlWiiT* 201354-5607. Executive Cars with Mfrs

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$J3J»aa2hoto, $10.70 par KTaaatat tor

bartd Horowta. I WANT Your VW. Now* (If that's okay with you) Bug Wagon or Ohia. any year or condition, prefer running Cat BW. 609-924-1165

0 6 * $3.80 oa.! •fee fence. Ateo 17 rowid GtOitW SflOW llMMM CANS

$1080 aa. 20 or moro $8-50 0 2 1 - 7 i « 4 o r M * Kana.024-

ALL JUNK CARS and trucks wanted. Freetowing$15 and REGISTERED PINTO up. ScarpaH Auto Wiaddng. PAMT MARE — 15.2 h, 7 909-396-7040.


— i6in.WeelTex- 71 BROWN OLDS Data 86 °«*et Exc. cond. 1161 •68 CAMARO — very good condMon. 201-326-6841.

GREAT SELECTON of p% cupboards, cornmf cupfta

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•MHO* S yr. oW pufotorod

stone, kiicnonware. 300 Tanter type dog, ntoe ternMMPSABMMS. Onsof MXs iofn>

•77 VOLKSWAGEN Rabbit REWARD — For return of fed •BvpftV of 8011th

young aduas OuaMy peis from Champ anas. 201-2464477. FAMR.Y — wfi gtve home to i S T l r T * * " * * Prefer Golden Retriever




BOXWOOD ARABIAN tat sale P ANTK3UE-PARLOR very OOMM). Heats Aiteng *17S Cat

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70 VW BEETLE—w/73Suworn, nepacar emnueiast wekaomi. $700. M-F I I 4 3 0 cal 609-443-3300 ext 323.

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77TOYOTAOBJCA—G.T. 5epdenv*nceeasae. snows, axe oond., $3000. 201-2977271. 1972 TR-6 — Groat oondJtJon, now top, burgundy. $3800. Cal 609 824 4630. I960 MAZDA 828 — auto, 15,000 mass, fee new, first $7000 takes ft. Days 609924-1901.


7 5 CAMARO — 350-8. 4 speed. Hurst shMer. 4 good tires, exc cond. $3200. Aft 4 pm 201-350-4480.

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77 TOYOTA Comas — 2 dr. 4 apd, 37,000 ml orta owner, 1979 LancteZagalo Sports AM. top cond. $3000 firm. Cfcupa—Taiga Top Special 609-666-2366 after 6. I t e c k & G o l d FWah. Black Leather Interior. Air Con"67 MUSTANG — V8 auto, dlttonlng. AM/FM Stereo. ps. 021-6Q7O before 5 pm. Re- p . fcnstereo A taps player, Powor AnlMsfis, Automsttc, d looking. k i g . Must seal Power Steering A Brakes. good *00 $1150.609-44* 5278 Mass Never Tilled or nigjaterad. Looks Bte a new 1067 CHEVROLET — 6 cyl. QQT1 A Potonttef Collectors 4 dr.. auto. P8/PB, good Item. $10499. to "QMB-. Vie. Ftombigton 6/ 22.20i-7B2-«e2.LajgaRa- oond.. $475. 201-725-6660, Oam-Spm. 600-0241 9 7 8 Renault LeCar — t 7941 after 7pm. YelowBtodclrssvfcx.Sklng LOST — DHWanjj Spantel.

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7 1 NOMAD Tnwai Tiaaar— 19V a / c freezer, awning. $1600.809446-7115. T 9 COLEMAN Prandywlne — steeps 7. Ice box, stove.

FORD LTD 72 - 4dr. p/s. 74.800. -4180

MOTOBECANE i n . ooncMton. AaMng Cal after 6pm, 609- 8634122. 1978 BafW 9 0 * — Vaoar

81 HONDA—XLSOO. 639 aJLepm. 7 0 VW C A M P E R — fuNy equtot, good eond, alaapa 5, 3792.

PUCH NEWPORT — aw eond.. $275. 1974 YAMAHA ROSSO — ne 737

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DISCOVER FLYING Lessons — $20. Raman Valey Flying School. NorthskJe MATH TUTORING — by Kupper Airport. Manville. PnD.NghSohoolftCoBegs 201-722-5111. level. SAT ft s i ooaage board


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Entertainment EXPERIENCED Tutor —

CLOWN8I Tha NPT Troupe AKHALDAN II is a school in "More man Kids' stuff" says t h a F O U R T H W A Y . a sia rnnosvn ramai. BRin800424-3721 deys. Grand Openings etc. ——^.M—H OULTMG — t w Reeky HB uWkzing t w teachingi at G I. Cal Kan. 609421-3267. Comm. Group. Learn tha QurdjieW^PD Ousperaky. alepsol making a q u a Wwialm Reich and caiors. & MICKEY STARR Disc Jockyour own OJHM during litd by an experienced ey. Music for all occasions. 10 wk teacher 609-443-1896 The best in portable sound. Tuas 602.6-11am or Go with the Pro. 609-737SMtoroamm. 0504. ^ i. $38 for P1AN0LES80NS — OuelAdvanced, prtEXPERIENCED string musift aamvpnvato inafeuc. grsekipieno. 11 yrs leaching cians for hire. Add a pieesant For more Into, or reg. aipenanoB *~ wm m w • touchtoyour party or special Tata. 609421- agea welcome. Classical occasion from classical to 184S. nwrioton; Itoaohjazz A pop- popular music at your reular,too.My PMnoaton akRfto quest CaH 201-359-1662 or or your home. Cal Ketwyn L. 359-7876. Werner. 909421-0363. ReUefromhsp- PIA PUPPETEERS —Bookings lor children's parties and other happy occasions. 201TUTORMG — SpedeJ Ed & 251-0323. Remedial needing teacher axp in skill development. BLUEGRASS — good time Cn 609443-5719. pickin'. The Magnolia Road Band - parties, weddings, concerts. Can 609-261-1691 17 Years experience with or 201-251-1776. Behrenbunj School of Music. rreenoH, Maaa acnooi or CLOWNS FOR HIRE — JitApplegarth; Pank terbug ft Lollipop: parties, choolofMuete.Craiv greetings, promotions. 609466-1246.


DUET — Husband ft wife team. 2 guitars & vocals, varied program. Call Ed or Sue Cedar. 609-443-5163.

9244427. ADULT PARK — at least 45 yrs. okt Custom buM 24' x 60'. 3 bdrm. Ivmi. dnrm. fmrm. spacious yd. patio/ poieh. Price negoaable. 609-

instruction 809448-3690

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PROF PUMST—accepting students. Qraduata Rutgers Music. AM styles; sxcelsnt

VOICE BuWdkig ft Speech Corrpctton —— nu0Kt by pio* emgers 35 yeers

A UNIQUE Approach to language learning 25 languages. Native teachers and translators. Instruction for children and adults. All levels. Brush-up, conversational and Wenvy classes. Intensive courses for travelers and business people. Tutoring. Cal 609-924-2252


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YAMAHA 1976— XS11. eond. $3000. 609-737-2927

1977 8CHULT2— 14"X70", !•A TUTOF TUTOnwO — Lain. Greek, bdrm. 2 bafw. av, * uftML ^ ^ $ CaH evenings. 609-896-


BEGINNING PIANO - instruction lor children Comprehensive program. Westminster Choir Cosege training. Your home or mine Becky 609466-1349

1974 CHEV 1/2tonpick-up ~- 8M. Haitt shsV Bad engine. $700. 809467-3220.

LARK STRING QUARTET for aN notable occasions — weddings, parties, receptions, openings—classical to light. (201) 297-4267, 4690229. 249-5460: (609) 9246037 JONJIETHE MAGIC CLOWN Magic comedy & balloon animals. Available for school, shows, birthday parties, grand openings and fund raisings. For further information cal 201-2544374.

TUTOWNB — M a s \ ins. Specializing m Comp. Ed. ft RawadtoT. C a l 609443-1886.

P.M. SOUNDS — D J . s aH accessions, e l types music, super sound ft price. Cell Matt. 201-297-3368. 6094434210.4434061.


72 ECONOLJNE Van — EXP. TUTOR—PrtncetonU. senior can tutor H.S. matt (kietaelng SAT review), phy-


12 x FT. SAILBOAT — cal: 609-734-7914 or 809621 VMsl aM^B^aW^B^iWlB^B^Bl C^BV

VAN — -96 Font 806884 8134. lo»9 body. 6 cyL. extra

DISCO — Professionals. 2 DJ.s, 6000 watt sound system. Unique light show. fog. Competitive prices. Call Dave 201-254-4968.

GUITAR — Lessons all levels, all styles, taught by Of Berklee College ol Music UaEdei- graduate CeM Ed Cedar 609ft 443-5163



TENNIS L E S S O N S - o n vate or group. Came Belcomb teaching pro. Cat 809-





POTTERY CLASS — in handbulldlng and wheel ewowing. tnatrucaon tor bedants in gbufeig Ischniquas and artng maeioda, tnckidkig 16ringa. For Mormeaon cal 809443-1696 TUTOR — Exp.Cart.


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home or mine. 609^7990681.

MAKE YOUR Next Party — compxMO wnn emenaswrieni from WPST disc jockeys. Steve Trevefcse. Dave Hoeffel. Tom Cunningham, and Tan Downs, equipped with sound and sghts. Any type of music lor any type of occasion. Can 201-542-5410. TREAT YOUR — Eardrums to a Parties Unlimited Disc Jockey. Diversified or specialized programs, light shows ft professional sound equipment. 609495-5666.

WONDERFUL ONES — Catering. Let us make your special occasion memor- dJsAfti^^aa^ 6d^v ^ K ^ ^ ^ b ^ ^ ^ ^ ^— able. 2014214574 or 201- isswewe ice i a n recai or future revision and use. Turn 297-3348. around thna is 8 times factor BALLOON —your BarMta- than standard typewriter. van. weddhg, or any special Complex docuiiieiil format* occasion w/Baltoon Bou- any aiialahls. heavy revision quets & unique & creative C a p a b i l i t y , a d d r e s s e s with mastsr letter for balloon centerpieces. Call merged uMpieorig! utputi BaHoon Fantasy. Inc. 609- tfstJcal ttics) And and columnar work 446-5220. performed, mailing lists sorted acconSng to Zip Code, BABCrS PARTIES — Unli- and fats of any sort may be mited. We create successful selectively picked over to suit parties. Don't hire a caterer, your condWons of selection. H engage a complete catering you have any questions about our word processing seraarvtee. 609495-5666. vice, or tf you wish to compare our performance and FELDMAN CATERING — charges with those of your parties with your personal present in-house or outside choice of menus for a l occa- secretarial service, cal (609) skmsup to 100 people. Inti- 9214144; if no answer. caN mate settings for 2 to 92 peo- (609) 921-7123. ple. Elegant desserts sensibly priced. References available. 609482-9518. call afPRMTMG ter 6 p.m. PH0TGCOPYMG


•Resumes •Personal Stationery Invitations VIDEO PHOTOGRAPHY — •Business Cards Your wedding, baby, family, •Rubber Stamps ft Signs band or special event can be •Business Forms your favorite TV show. You •NCR Forms may not have video now. but •Many other services you wiM - so get those special •Open 6 days a week memories recorded. Call now for more information. Chris BtaRed-O" 609-9244467 after 6 p.m. CMckprMCtr. BLACK & WHITE PHOTOGRAPHY — Competently executed: reasonably priced: Phaedrus: 609-392-2688 in P.M.

Piano Tuning PIANO TUNING — Regulating & repairing. Call after 7pm. 201-359-0354. PIANO TUWNG ROBEOTHAUJEZ P.T.G. Regtstorod Crsftsiftfln

SMCE1951 609-921-7242

Furniture Restoration D I P N S T R I P — free pick up & delivery- Hand stripping, refjnishing, repair.ing. c a n i n g & r u s h ing. Our reference, your neighbors. DIPN STRIP. 49 Main St.. Kingston. NJ. 609924-5668. Open Mon-Sat 95 pm.


Erecting Selectric, for teelance aasignmantK Loci tod ' Princeton Campus. 3al after 6 pm, 609-921-2553. RESUMES UNLtMTTEpono slop oifvico

typed. Typeable for resotting avails SURISS. POFSOOL, w . ...••-.

tiai service. 609-448-0701. FICTldN MANUSCRIPTS' editedftrevised.Reasonable rates. Not a fcarary agency. 2014214499 eves. ; TRUCK ft WINDOW Lettering — show cards, paper . signs. Herbert C. Rodgers. 201-297-1648. UNLIMITED TYPING — We type cassette trans. cripts. manuscripts, letters, reswnes or anythmg^m-. votved in the worid of business. All typing is done on the I B M S e l e c t r i c II SelfCorrecting typewriter. Quality is our first orioritv. Promot service a must CaB Ms. Donna StaW anytime at 201-3592239.

252 N B M M I St.

Princeton 609-921-1573 TRAM WORD PROCESSMG 184 Nassau S t rnnceion, N J 609483-0120 Agreements, legal forms; letters, repetitive letters, mailing lists, envelopes, labels, newsletters, meeting notices, appropriate for clubs, sales & small businesses; manuscripts, term papers, theses, resumes, student projects; manuals, charts', high revision work. All done on Xerox 800. We can revise, update and retain your work. Professional trainIng 'course' offered. Notary s services. ' ••' Public! ELAINE'S TYPING Service — Experienced typist for free lance assignments. Correctibte Selectric typewriter. For more information call 6094484479. *KC ASSOCIATES T^sUlttmatelln

including: •Secretarial Services . CANED & RUSHED—Make •Telephone Answering an old chair better. Give it a •Addressing & Mailing new seat. Expertly done, •Bookkeeping 609-395-0342. •Travel Arrangements •Conference & Seminar R E S T O R A T I O N — RePlanning finishing. Repairing. Hand •Reasonably Priced stripping. Reglueing. Rushing. Caning. Reupholstering. Pick-up and Delivery. Call Quality Furniture Services. 66 Allen Lane. MANUSCRIPT TYPING — Lawrenceville. Owner. Jim Cassette transcription, envelopes, form letters, labels Upot. 609-882-4664 welcome. Reasonable rates. Call Adrienne Moore. 609C H A I R S • C A N E D - 448-7180 RUSHED — reglued. tightened. Furniture refinished. Princeton Packet, Inc. Years ol experience. Free has limited pick-up and delivery. 609Press Time Available 896-0057. ^_ RIDER FURNITURE — Repairing & refinishing. Antique r e s t o r a t i o n . Caning & Rushing. Hand stripping. Pick up ft delivery service. Location rear of 75 Main St.. Kingston. Mon-Sat. 9-5.609924-0147.

Business Services

COPIES — resumes, invitations, business cards, rubber stamps, complete typesetpBCJOC^YFORHIRE— ting, composition ft printing Waddngs, Parties, Dances, service. 7 days a week at Uve Band Sound. For low Sears Quick Copy Center. coat, any type music-Disco. Quaker Bridge Mad. SO-a, Pop. EMs. etc Barry Davison. 609-466-2709. 406-1141. COPYWRIGHT

OLDIES EXTRAVAGANZAI OttgtwL non-atop StTa ft 6tXs rock fi* IOS. Eximivo

MANIFOLD WORD PROCESSING SERVICES — oopnsacBMi ano nganiouB standalone dtoptay system used lor a* and sundry typing jobs executed by an experienced operator. Your copy may b» stored on magnetic

Web Offset Press Let us print your newspaper or in-house organ. Camera ready mechanicals or negatives required. Standard pages or tabloids can be printed on regular 30# newsprint or 50# white offset stock. Nominal extra charge for spot color.

PROFESSIONAL TYPING SERVICE — Word processing on Xerox 800. We lean revise, retain ft update your material — letters, mattng lists, resumes, manuals, manuscripts. Also error-free automatic typing - every page an original - on IBM memory typewriter. Instant photo-copying, ipying, addrw addressing & mailing, offset printing. Carduner's Shopping Center. Rte. 130 ft Princeton/Hkjhtstown Rd.. Hightstown, ( 4484707. PRMTMG

Business Stationery' (Offset. Raised. Engraved) Wedding Invitations (15% .Discount) . Carbonless Forms (Ded. 10% from : last quoted price) \ MASTERGRAPHXj 609-924-0460 Route 206 Rocky Hill TYPING SERVICES —! Reports, manuscripts, letters, etc. 609-924-3385. A-Z ALTERATIONS —• 30 yrs. exper. Extensions, patios, roofing. No Job Too Big - No Job Too Small 201 8214915.


CaH Mr. Brink at (609) 9243244torparticulars.

Expert in a l phases of Bookkeeping and correspondence

INDIVIDUAL INCOME — Tax returns prepared. Both federal A state. Licensed CPA. Cal 6O0421-O9SO af: ter 6pm. I

Our capacity is 32 pages standard and 64 pages tabloid.

business cards,resumes,reports, brochures. Folding, COMPUTER TIME SHARBBaDajal^BV { J O B T V I ING — awaWbtaon «JM 4331 dfciy avaJL to give reports operating under VM/SP with ft presentations a profes- CMS. For FORTRAN. APL atonejy prepared look. Pro* andlntaractivegraphica.Disc faasional Typing Service, and tape storage, m-houee Cafdunar Shoppng Center. work atatena « W * t PrinR t . 1 3 0 ft P r i n c e t o n - calon or dial-up accees. Rdq HkjMatoMn. Compeaflve rates: C a l H. Reaan.ALKAiiBCla1li.609-

pnone anawenng. CaflthaDeelgnPaople.Sue''O2O9.:. ; .' ' DavM Graphics. 609448HOMEBOUND SECRET ARY —d


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WINDOW Cteaning —: Responsible rates. 609-3960391. '

NEED INVESTMENT — Advice? Dr. Stanley Huang, a professor of finance land author of several investment books is aregisteredinyestment advisor. He advises on stocks, bonds, and option strategies. Call 6 0 9 4 8 3 4399. |


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SMALL COMPUTER Consulting — Programs written to suit your personal or business needs. Week nights call 609-448-5861 after 6pm.

TAX ft RNANCIALptanning for individuals and small businesaes. Learn*, how to use the beat tax fliu anaj iciai strategies. Fees related to services provided. C a l for appointment. James Harttraft > . . CPA 609-4434409. Warren Plaza West Rt 130. Hkjhtstown. | PERSONAL " ' ft tax counsatling. divorcedft C a l Spat Decisions at i 821-1221.


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ADDITIONS. ROOFING. CAPITOL PaJnang manor ft aluminum atfng.guMra.mptacamani windows. fuRy Inaurad 609-883-1537

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DANROMAN PaJnang — intoriorftamartor, Qualty workmanahto uaing quaaty products. Cal 609487-7290.

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INTERIOR PAINTING — ALUMINUM skfng. gutters, neat, dean work, no jobs too roofing, SlaphanJ. DanaraM sms*, Cal Howard Kaufman. Home Irnprovamants. 609393-6940. . 609-448-4282.

TILE REPAIR ft Expert* done. Ear* 1|iia»ai«iiwiiiiluial ly repairs. C a ltortree eottmate. 809-258411&

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Moving & Haulng

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Roofing & Skfng

LIGHT HAUUNQ — cJaan oucsaamft aNcs. Exp.lum. .201-

BELLE MEAD R O O F I N G Paving over 30 years business experience in Princeton &vk*vity. Free estimates on aH JAY BEES—Pawingftlandtypes of roofing, leaders & s c a p i n g . Sand-stone- 1 g u t t e r s , a n d chimney backhoa sarvtee. All work flashing. 10% discount to guaranteed. 609-6SS-3311. Senior Citizens. Call 609924-2040 or 201-3594992 ASv^l (local cal from Princeton). aig ^^ unvawayat

Ms. etc 8eal oosf Eat 609-7584447.

S&FPIRONECO.—Drive4 "Way constructed - with asphalt, paving, crushed stone or concrete. Septic

Repair Service Electrical Power & I |n||l|.| . . | . . ^ M H » | | r t . , M

ugnang msiaiaDons Industrial Maintenance SKKUEOPAPERHANGING. mt-axt painting, ranovattona. Ratorancas. Cal Mar- ALL TYPES — of electrical or 8mco. 609-466- work. 20 years experience. 201-359-3387.



Backhoe service. C a l anyNEW SHMGUE ROOFS time. 609-924-9555 or 609CHMNEYft JOHN'S GUTTER SER — tant lumbar FLASHMGREPARS 882-4078. Free estimates. ; •Alwork Seamless Gutters 921-1277___ 924-7737 For fcaa aat C a ltorSr PROMPT M t J PAINTING — Free HALASZ ELECTRICAL ConFREE ESTaVUTES ^Br i^ifeaiBb^#^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ 4 tractors Inc. 42 Dayton Rd.. Christensan Roofing tarior ft exterior wo work. Jamesburg. 201-297-0915 or 521-0919. Industrial, com184 Carter Rd. Princeton Paparhanglngftlgntcarpert- mercial ft residential. All ; br ay. 8084984646. S ft T EkCAVATJNQ CONT. big. carpets types of wiring &repair.No ROOFING — Free estiIMC. — Cowinarcial Rajob too large or small. repairs ft odd jobs* Altolflht BRIAN DARBEE — Painting mates. Repair or instal. all BRIGHTEN YOUR HOME hauang. Fraeeatenatas. 10% ft paperhanglng, 10-yrs. retypes of roofing ft leadaro, YEAR ROUND. Your Gardening & dteoount to santor < aliens sidenttel experience; any gutters & chimney flashing. ELECTRICAL bMt. Expsrt ExCaWaAing A No jobtooemel. Cat 609- size job; ateo home repairs, Call John Duma. 609-448LandscaoinQ O « g Saplic Systems. 888-0873 or a t 6 pm, 886- insured, 808-392-5767. 7405. Residential Stoif Driveways. Farm Commercial ORLANDO ROOFING — ponos a a n orawiaQa. i w Industrial Wiring new roofs, repairs, flat roofs, DESIGN IT Better With Our ^ DANNY'S PAINTING — Injob loo big or amaf. Cal any- FIREPLACES — gutters, slate specialists. IWp landscapingftdesign brick, concrete, swimming terior/exterior - residential/ 609-466-1644. pools & patios. William commercial - repair work. are our bmlnsas. We work 3032. Fisher Builders, Inc. 609- Water pressure wash or wa- AftAELECTRtCAL — rawith you to design a land: ter sand blast available. Free CUSTOM HOMES — re- 799-3B1S. BCKER scape around you. Strictly oommardai* Frt estimates. Fully insured. modrtnQ, ouHom vraplsos A\ professional work. Estate hie. .609487-3896. Satisfaction guaranteed. CONTRACTMG ttmftttKSfW, F f M M t S . ROCCONE BROTHERS — 6094964022. 609-921-7835. ANDROOFVsQ BuMsrs.toe201- Buaders 4 Contractors Let us ELECTRICAL CONTRAChelp you improvettwvalue of LANDSCAPING BY your home. Roofing work INTERNATIONAL Contrac- TOR — Residential. ComRoofing ft Gutter RAYMOND — Designed or W.P CONSTRUCTION — also avail. Free estimates. tor — painting, roofing, afi mercial & Industrial wiring. 24 Work, Hot Roof ft design your own; increase Comptete Bufking Conaac* Lower rates. 609-3944123, types of construction. Free hours service. Free estiShingle Roofs, the value of your property & mates. Cal Jcta CHeW. 609GENERAL MAMTENANCE 'tor.Atom. Skflng. Rooing. 215477-0166. Aluminum Skang animates, aarvice guaran- 921-3238. the beauty of your home at a MBftanaraddtabs, AddBjons, ABsrsaon, BackAluminum Overhang, teed. Cal 609-396-7696. reasonable cost. For free Jaw at 609 t86 0775 tea work and Grating Work. BUILDER — Robert NovoAluminum Window Trim estimate, call 609-771 -06061 bilsky. Interior ft Exterior 609-446-1915 aft 6pjn. PAINTING — Quality inWork. Addition. Fencing LAWN & GROUNDS MaMe* terior, exterior. Free estiIrr n a n c e - b y ^ A'tftti'a& P; prices. torftl (606)259-2816 Jasiawlcfc 609-771-0898-for uMianxMhr. EADFENCECO free estimate. MASTER CRAFTS — QuaftFor free demo.: 609-921 ty horns improvementsftn- DOMfNICK PJntlnaHi Jr. — chain Ink. vinyl & wood 1818 or ALUMINUM ft ALL types of at laaf/s year's pricas paws oone wan on laaraoneo Painting Contractor - Interior siding, roofing, carpentry, C&C LANDSCAPING lawn Calltonfree estimate: pride. Reasonable rates. ft axtarior. Residential ft decks. Free estimates and maintenance, seeding, sod201-251-1053 commercial. Free estimates. Twin Rivers 009-446-2186. ADOmONS pride in our workmanship. ding, rototUHng. fertilizing^ Cal any Hme. 609482-1631. REMODEUNG Masterworks, 201428-1994. grading, shrubbery, tree CARPENTER CRAFTSMAN FENCE INSTALLATIONS — KITCHENS work. 201-521-1721. — since 1952. OusMad tor CHEAP WORK is not good, ft repairs. Chain link, quality RESTORATIONS Why watt until the roof leaks? any size custom job. CaH good work is not cheap. I'm work. Free estimates. 201CUSTOM BARNS Plan ahead for your roofing LANDSCAPING — by coir 609455-2064. reasonable. 609-448-4819. 722-1265 eves. lege student. Inexpensive. needs 609-289-7840 Pater Wanr? AH plants guaranteed 609NEW ROOPS REPAIRS OVERHEAD GARAGE 587-4086. | Heating & ALL TYPES — of masonry "DOORS Etec. operators. COOPER ft SCHAFER SUN & SHADE Garden work. John Qmyrok Con- Factory to you. Over the 63Moran Princeton Scapes • Personal care for Air Conditioning, r>ETER HUMENERO structton Company. 201- counter or M i sarvice parti ft 609-924-2063 repairs. C a l fraa. for tree JR. your lawn ft garden - veget5214858. into. 800472-4880. Ridge PAMTMG able patchestoo.SpeciaSzDoor. W.NswRd.Mon. Jet OLD-FASHIONED — roof- ingin planning and planting ft For prompt service caU: CUSTOM CARPENTRY ft ing, slate repairs a specialty, your low maintenance garINSULATE NOW! — Cot Masonry — All phases. HOME REPAffS — Superquality work at reasonable dens. Taking grass cutting SPRAY PAMTMG REDDMG's prices. Princeton rets. Jerry contracts now. Cal Dianne tor Cianaiiianetsft. ReasonPlumbing, HaaMng ft Bensinger 215-493-2152, Leonard. 201-297-7858 able rates. "Hutoh The HandAir CondHorang Vartfley call collect 3pm. 201- yman 609-4864017. P A P E R H A N G I N G BY 609-8244166 S ft F PIRONE CO. — LandDonatd. 609-585-7598. DONT MOVE X scaping & Gardening work, Call Bob Seeds ft Son. INTERIOR ft Exterior PaintBURNING MONEY U K E Moving & Haufng residential or commerciai. s of jobs, guerarased General Cor*aatorstora l ing — fraa estimates, OJL?—vWt SidewaHcs, patios, fencing, OMurnativa fora your feiNoing needs. 609raaaonabla prices. driveways constructed, topreasonable rates, clean low cost solution to a warm work. CaR T. LasM 609-799home. We speciaMze in multt- WILL HAUL IT—Cellars, at- soil') etc. Cal anytime 6091462. fuel furnaces, wood/coal tics and garages cleaned. 924-9555 or 609482-4078. Can 609-799-1680. ConsumMASON CONTRACTOR - HANDYMAN —toraf horns repairs/Improvements, iner Bureau Registered. 1ftOMQfaanQ pTob* RELIABLE HOUSE PaWers DRMEWAYS pips, and supplies. We pro— Quality Interior/exterior STUDENT HAULERS—ExCONSTRUCTED oremneya. brickftbtook work vide complete service and injobs. Seeking your business. plus lootings. Free estiAaphat or stallation. Ask about our perienced with all kinds of mates. Cal 609496-1656 af- TWIN 8IVERS — g a t e s . Pater Waaben 609-924>Saa) money saving interior storm furniture. No. job too small. ter Qpm windows. Check our wide Local or long distance. Very paJrad. Cal608-796-2020no selection and low prices be- reasonable. Kirk 609-443KHALSA HOUSEPAINTXG fore you buy. 609466-1835, 5846. Don. 609-393-3540. GENERAL 449-4790. LANDSCAPMG -—Maaoutous work, good ra- OMumaaVe. 33 W. Broad St CONTRACTORS CARPENTRY — Renova- feranoas. fuay insured, bv (Rt. 518). Hopewell. N.J. FURNITURE, bedding, ap" • 609-799- Hours: Tuee.-Fri. 10 sm4 pm pliances, household goods. BackhoeWork ^ tions, closets, insulation. TOOK. Sat. ft Sun. 10 am-5 pm.Moving and deliveries. Our SPECIALIZING — Home price may be lass than doing CkwedMon. Cat 609-7374484 in ft rt yourself. 201-3564288 or WOODSTAM Spadatst — Cat 609-824-1735. \ ota>83JS0.Fmasimate.M201-3564871. c* aluminum proTREES CUT—Cal anytime, WASTING PRECIOUS ing«,caulMng! decks (sq.ft. FUEL? — CaH now & have COLLEGE STUDENTS — 609-392-0852. 609-3931 bid. hourty) at production .. i WMFWHER your heating system serviced experienced ft ratstto. Light 3888* 609421-1135. BUILDER'S. MC ft evaluated. Reasonable moving & heuSng. Cal PhR rates. Davison's Heating 609-9244332. 1939 Oak TteaRd. Service & wood stoves, sales ft inttalstton. 15 yrs. exp. HAULING ft Deliveries — EdteaaNJ. 08800 Landscape Designing 608-466-1141. 201448-7808 (anma) Professional equipment ft and _ NEWOONSTRUCnON—ft 201 handang — Fine furniture, ContrscttTiQ appliances, pianos, art ft s/. Trt-oabto Const Co. 609609424-1221 misa items. Local along db443-4178 or 201-297-7476. tanos — a t Sfze jobs welVXLAGE LANDSCAPESPARK ACRES PLUMBING ft come. Qualty aarvice at very lOyra. e»p. Conylsai tend• • rates. CsiBamie HEATING — InataMton ft p and fawn cars serrepair of a l your plumbing "10482.1915 or 5994448.


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Wanted to Rent

Wanted to Rent

WANTED TO RENT — Responslble marrietf couple, both piofasaionaJ8. and we* behaved cat seek comfortable quiet 2 or 3 bedroom 921-3687. Eves. sosftmsnt or houss an^Pnncston. Rafarenoas availsbia. Please cal 608424^527 or PROFESSIONAL MAN — 924-6223. Wants Room 2 nUes/Wtc No Iwwy can to srangsd. 608* WMnos. Nonsmox, reap, BUS THE PERFECT Tenant — 3B»0«aB Mature professional man. 609-448^000 ext 206. nan-smoker, non-drinker, no TOP SON. — RMMnatXy pets, good housekeeper, exprtnd. 60a-395-042B. Bsst S.O.S.I — Young, mature, perienced (25 yrs) home employed couple anxiously searching for quiet, private, owner. Top local references. unfurnished one-bedroom Need quiet house or apt. ROOEBTS tAWN Strvtw— apartment witi WcDsn to be- which I wM care for as my gin renting ideasy by October own. 608-466-0715 after 6 mowing, fertilizing, yard 1st for at least one year for pm. dienup. 609-446-4328. $350 including utilities in Princeton-Hopewrell- Law- R O O M A N D B O A R D RELD « WOODS mowed— rsncsvWe-Pennington area WANTED in or mar Princebrush clasrad. 809-824- or as tar south as New Hope. ton forretiredman, 78, who is 8707. CsH Laura, 609-921-7S76, still driving. Willing to pay x27, days. $400/month, plus extra for any personal services proROTO-TILLINQ — rsas. 201-521-1160. APT. NEEDED — by prof, vided such as laundry. First couple in E. Windsor or vicin- floor room preferred. Call ity. Cars taking arrang. consi- 608-821-7655 between 9 dered. References avail. a.m. and 5 p.m. 609-393-8735 anytime. Keep SHORT TERM—(mMSeptWANTED: Room & board for trying. mid Nov.) iving> sccomods-. MOfKQv n . o . MnK> Cal 609468-0916. PROFESSIONAL COUPLE Uons wanted for responsible — looking for 2 bedroom middle aged couple. Call house with 2 car gsrsge. •09-924-6025. WHhin 20 minutes to Princston. Would Hcs to rent witti PROFESSIONAL MALE — optiontobuy, between $400- looking for 1 bedroom apt. or $600 mo. CsJ 609-799-9218 2 bdrm to share in Princeton M r t apartment eves ask for Jack, or 215- or surrounding area. Call 609-921-3276, ask for M. cartfally... 449-9329. O'DonneH. THOMASB.QOODNOW tsMngflr

2 PROF WOMEN — seek combo livtng/carstsking situation; quiet for study s must- b t a r negotiable. Cal M. Hondo 8-430 (201^8323836 or after 7 (201)-5342223.

Wanted to Rent

Office open Mon.-Fri. 10-430; Sat. 12-4 Phone 809-448-2954 or 44M663

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Wanted to Rent TWO PROFESSIONALS — want to rent house in Lanv bertville ares. Three bedrooms or two bedrooms and a study. Two fuB bams. Noy 1 preferred. 609-466-1460 or 4^6-2570. SEMI-RETIRED — Single, white gentleman wishes to shars the house or apt of a skigle mature lady. WB fshfy share attendant responsMtiss & expenses. Active, pleasant Enjoys dandhg. Reply Box # 0 4 0 5 6 , c/ Princeton Packet

Apts./Houses to Share FEMALE — to share targe 2 bdrm apt in Lawrencevtne. $200Vrno. Can 609-896^3176 after 6:30 p.m. ! CHRISTIAN HOUSE Near Choir College — Ig. bdrm, shared kitchen, liv. rm & garden. $225/mo inckj utJIs. 609; 924-9497. ROOMMATE — to share house nr.. Hopewell with 2 man. $220 per mo. 609-4662540 after 8 pm. SINGLE PARENT — with child looking for sarr\e to share apL Call after 5. 609443^329.

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NORTHGATE APARTMENTS O n e M i l e l e a d and Prfcicetoii HlatitHewn Rood (Kt. 5 7 1 ) (opposite McGraw HM) East Windsor. N.J. M A T and cal this gracious colonial in VWndaoryour home. Osaid— its convenient location, waiting mrttntit^ JUUI ^ii^^^pL^ ^***s ft hfjtffiwHn. ? H bain center had fonnal iving room and dMng room, a large eat-in and a baautjfusy panslsd family room with a fireplace. If s far immadasta occupancy and can be yours for only

you cotao

^canniniaginew>hat1Th»riormrm»veiything wampara snaaa aowniagae and ma pnea against * oaorooms, 2 car garage, TUB patio, fireplace, central air and iHHTHon a baauotuJy landscaped lot fOTUWIQ sfWlQ fOOfil, QefaWlQ aV J s * Bv^s^a^Maai^aaRSB) • ^ • ^ ^ a M t s a s w ««ab^eB«ss>


MODEL APARTMENT OPEN MONDAY-FRIDAY 10 ajn. to 5 p j n . AppointmetTt



NOW T© 9Ki ML YOU PAY K M - If you want «ul ve*ue for every r. look at M a property. Chaek and compaia fha targe apacioui rich include big M n g room and formal dMng room, 2J4 bana, basement and gangs on a

Four to five bedrooms. Elegant features. Pristine condition. Best neighborhoods. One, three or five year lease. $1200 to $1800.

SHARON ARMS Sfufon Rd Kross from the CountryTtub Just east on -ftte.

Call Laura Prince (609) 924-3535 or 924-8661. Brokers will be authorized.

Mr Shedwi 25*9449

• East Windsor In the PrincetonHightstown • area. Luxury garden apartments in quiet, suburban settings. All have private balconies, spacious, well kept grounds. Wall-to-wall carpeting. Free off-street parking. Swim Club. 1 BR from $325 and up 2 BR from *380 and up

WYNBROOK WEST Dutch Neck Rd Mr (MrvWkite44S-33SS

BROOKWOOD GARDENS Hickory Corner Rd Mi PtKhMSki 448-5531

CHESTNUT WILLOW OorcpesJeiO Mi ( Mrs Elhs


NOW RENTING Princeton Arms Luxury Apartments 1 and 2 Bedrooms

Starting at $325. per month Features: Wall-to-Wall carpeting over concrete in 2nd floor apts. All utilities except Electric Individually controlled heat 2 air conditioners Private entrances Walk-in closets Individual balconies Storage room within apt. bi aad an us hate you


Exit 7A. N 1 Tpke.

Wast Windsor - Wooded lot - Vvafc to train and Thisriaa)*fiew4bedreato.o*aft«atpartt.S400.nM *'

HM8LTON TWP — Wtoodg aomaMan. 000BEAUTIFUL LUXURIOUS — townhouM In a county a*ttng.2&3BR'savail. Ranlals start from S39S.Cal 215483-1988.

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PWNCrrONBoro—Quany Si 2 btooks kom pubic •>rary 2 n w n s . l M 6 \ $ 2 & 4 c M d OK. off uH 609-924-0633 or 201paftano $350 also 793-7993. oacy 3 m . heal pasi. 1st 6. SSOliicaf—Ad» subject to

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$70 ( — MMNVIXE-^xmi mant adi*s only. 201-725-

KENDALL PARK — 3 . 4 * 5 nit, flplv.t ooupl9« prtv* cfcwsv* way. nr. NY bus. 201-297-




KENDALL PARK. 3 & 5 rm. sots, ideal for couple, ret., driveway, park, nr NY bus. 201-297-7184. ARTIST STUDIO/LOFT — fenced yard. Pets OK. 1 aduK w/wtarsneaa. S225/mo. + 1 mo. security. Pay own ut>. 40

• Newly constructed^Iirimedlate Occupancy • Only 7 townhomes and 3 apartments remaining in our last section

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— fnodswn 5 nn. M l * LAMBERTVXLE — 6 room on 40 scnM* danino nn, apt No pats. $420/mo. pkjs uHs. l morths sacurMy & ra- wal to wal carpets, dr. aR t t re modam apptanoaa. nswty . $328 pays all MUsI larancM. 608-737-1819. novated. 1 ear oarage. $350 STUDIO APT — hPrincaton pays all bills! Can't last! ^ ^ $70 Twp. private home avail. -rAde subject to avaflabjtty, S70 (608) Sept i.Fuayhjmishad.compteWy equipped kitchen, amPR84CETON •— nawfy reno- ple shall & storage space, privated apt. 3 rooms, large vate entrance, off-street FURNISHED — 2 bdrm., Wtohen s> oa#i. Privala partt- parking. $375 •> utH indudad. Ivgrm, ML, & bath to share *ng. No peU Rats. Avail. Single tenant preferred. with male. Wast Windsor. Appnx. 9/10. S400 mds heat Year's lease only. 609-921- Very reasonable. 609-734• water. Sacurtty. 609-924- 7375 4965. 5562 or 799-1718.

• All townhomes Include two fireplaces; apartments feature, one at no additional cost.

• G.E. Heat pumps for energyefficient air conditioning and heating • Balconies or spacious patios • Private off-street parking and much more!

Prices start at $65,000

Samples open daily 12-5 PM. (215) 862-5077 or 885-2600 In NJ call collect, Rt. 202. 1 mile south of New Hope.

\G? GMNOA P«C€ HOfnC/l SUBLET—iioami near Unw S236/mo tnc 6O9-924-5067






nioyiMManenoefceelMngatttsbsallnthis 3 bedroom Townhouse, convenienHy located In HHstaKMOti 6661900. HB-833«. Hs*boraughOfl1os) 201-874-8100

...is offered in this Manville Custom Colonial with maintenance free exterior and efficient gas heat $82,900. HB6232. HiHsborough Office 201 -874-8100



- t a n sslaWshsrtl Msliui uuultsresannancai M s 9 room 4 or S bedroom home. S0&000 H8>«317. IWsHiunnig*8T41T k«c Lotsof

M . p o a a o o d e d K ^ O T ft of Ivtng space and amenities such as 2 zone gas heat and fireplace. $ 199,500. PW8023. 'Lease-purchase option or second mortgage to qualified buyer.

Princeton Office 609-683-0300

CLASSIC COLONIAL Custom butt Salt Box is on 2 wooded acres in Montoomery Twp. and offere many outstatiding features. $199.900. PR-8064. Princeton Office 609-683-0300


* Mortgage paymentsavailaWeUnqualified buyers Mortgage


year term. The actual rate of interest charged will be adjusted eveiy six montha For more information regarding this innovative 30-year adjustable rate mortgage, call your nearest Realtors office-MOMf "Subject to change without notice"

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609-683^300 OpenUntil9P.f>l





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Apto. for Rent POIMjMQTOM DUPLEX — loMfly \ M o n w 2to3 OOHBS. SS7S/moMi ptus U M W N .

606-734-5757 day*. 6097373M0


BsrAcook1t2bedFURNISHED — 3 room 4 Open Mon thru Fri. room ApvCottage/House with •quipped kitchen. I O — I * t t pm. SaL 12-4 • c. indMduat heat control. TV. carpeting at Motel in Htghtstown/Wtndsof area No leaee required. From $140 par week met a* ml.




O N E ft T W O B E D R O O M APTS —torimmedMe occupancy at Windsor Caatia. E. Windsor Tw^) From Princeton take 571 to Ok) Trenton Rd . make a nght then p r o ceed to the first left beyond a couple hundred feet from Ok) Trenton Road 609-4485275

Apis, for Rant LOWER MIDDLESEX COUNTY - furnished 4 roefitf *at n0Qft opewfBSBe* off aMat pajM^p, S32Opays aa: siso cozy 3 room. S225, all extras! Call we have otherat —Ada subject to

RINGOES — Avaaabta immediately Fantastic apt. 1 bedroom. Nv. rm.» kitchen. Otfn, w w GaVpM, p hugeflreptaoa.$315. • Mcurey ospopL NO pro. Days 609-443-5200: aft. 6 p.m. 609 466 9111.



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Apis, for Rent

Apis, for Rent

CHAfWMQ t bdrm—apton country aalalawai pooL 8ep. •nay WAMKWW. sap. d n . im,

bM >tNe*town.$K>0/ mo. 215466-39341 no a m . 596-3807. DARB9IATNEW HOPE Ltd. — Villas* 2 , 1 bedroom apartments S330 par morth; Z OmmvOnwOmt WVITCJUBN SS2S per month. Plus electric. 215462-9133. TWIN RIVERS APTS. — Studtoa. 1 6 2 bedrooms, balconies, patios, central air. dishwashers, carpeting, heat & hot water included. Bast location near shopping center, bank, transportatforf. etc. One mea from NJ Turnpike. AH Twin Rivers tennis courts, pools a n d recreation included in rent. See manager. Apt. B - 1 . Abbington D r . , Mon-Fri. 10-4:30. Sat. 12-4. 609-448-7792

Apts. for Rent

LAMBERTW.LE—spacious 2 bedroom in clianiingvmcr rtobuadbig.frepejos, formal dMg room, unusual turn of the century solarium, eat-in KNCfMn, ItwQV MCOnQ HOOT sundock, 20 itiins. from Princeton. $375/mo. 609-3972800. 0 F F R T » 2 7 — furnished 5 loom, open lease, no deposit, waltowal carpets, air, $240 pays aM; alao modem 2 bedroom, Mda/psts line, a l extras. $315, cat. - A d s subject to availability. Horn* Seokera $70 (609)394-5900.

Apts. for RentT

L A N D L O R D S — free screening 6> counaaang, you choose tenants at no fee, free credR report provided for your convenience, cal the rental specialists for details! —Horn* Seekers $ 7 0 (608)394-6800. LAMBERTVILLE—3rd floor, 1 bdrm apt. Heat, water & sewers included. No pets. $375. 201-996-4965. EAST WINDSOR — Hampton Arms. Lovely garden apts, w/w carpet, heat hot water indd, a/c, 609-448-1440.

PRINCETON — 1 bdrm apt Very good cond. $305/mo plus Utas. Call 609-443-6398

1 BEDROOM Fum. Apt — 1 mHe north of Quakarbridge Mat on US#1. $250 + uM 609-924-5792. RENTAL: October 1 — June 30 or beyond, 3, bdrm Duplex garage, yard, attic, basement Mown, wale to everything. $675/mo. 609-9211702.

PRINCETON — 1-bsdrodm with off-street parking located SOMERSET COUNTY — 2 blocks from Nassau St. HK3HTSTOWN AREA — 4 near Rutgers 5 room, no , $424 per mo. 1V4 mo securrm apt Utt. ind 3 mi East of lease no deposit, furnished, 2' ity. Call 609-655-3493 or bath air, driveway, just $235; 609-655-0376. town. 609-448-3139 after 5. also spacious 4 room, furnished or not $300 pays all 3 ROOMS & bath—pvt entrTWIN RIVERS Townhouse ready now! —Ads subject to ance, carpeting, gas, hot wa— 3 bedroom, basement, ail avajlabitty, Homo Seekers ter, heat. Pay etec. 609-393appliances. $550 a month. $70(609)394-6800. 3348. 201-621-6434.



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OffiCK 609-448-4250 O p — Hou—. tMndoy S«pt. 20





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Be sure to stop and see this spacious Old Colonial in the lovely village of Cranbury. 6 rooms. 1 Y> baths, enclosed rear porch. Aluminum tiding. Just reduced. Mi,000.* CLEARMOOK CONOO: 5 yr. old ranch model. Spacious living room, dfaing ares, nice kitchen w/all appliances, 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, patio enclosed w/sttding glass doors and a ceramic floor. Two car attached garage. Many extras. 149.900. SPACIOUS DUTCH COLONIAL: Peddie School area of Hightstown. 9 rooms. 2 full and 2 half baths, screened porch. A truly lovely home. $110.000. TWIN RIVERS: Nicely upgraded two bedroom townhouse. Care & quality have been expended to keep this home in A-1 condition. It boasts new carpeting downstairs, stained trim, freshly painted interior walls and striking new patio. Creative financing available.





Renovated ranch home with 3 bedrooms and 2 fuB baths. On 1 * sere Aluminum

CUSTOM BUILT HOME: This lovely'Hightstown home sports an exterior of stone and aluminum siding. The living room has a fireplace with built-in book shelves and storage closets. Dining room w/picture window, modern kit. w/breakfast nook. 2 bedrooms. 2 baths, enclosed breezeway w/awning type windows. Second floor is partially finished for 2 additional bedrooms. Full basement. 2 car attached garage, targe lot w/old shade trees and many shrubs. SU.500. IDEAL FAMILY LIVING: Reasonably priced Hightstown home w/4 bedrooms. 2 enclosed porches, living room w/fireplace, dining room, modem kitchen. Situated on 65 x 276 lot w/4 car garage w/toft. $64,900. COMMERCIAL


w/concrete floor, all providing sources of Income. $93,000. •OWNER ASSISTED FINANCING AVAILABLE TO QUALIFIED BUYERS. CALL FOR SPECIFIC DETAILS.

Ah»r Hour* and Sunday Call: Ridtora'VaflHiMC.R.S. 44I-M42 Warr.nOls.o JwrnEtch 44S-T17I Larry Murray M a u r k * J a m « . Jr 2S9-24B2 Jan* Cox NUrvIn Krap* 44S-0426 OndyMebbury Bonni«Wham-Prutow

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HOUMS for ftmt YATOIEY — 3 bedroom*. plus gas heat. oocup«wy. 215*

Houses for Rent At $$9,500 (or SMO/mo. rmni):

FURNISHED — 3 room/4 loom Apt/Cottage/House with equip'ped kitchan, «c. individual haat control, TV. carpeting at Motel in HightstowrvWindsor araa. Nn kv*xl) • Routj O'Heill • Salii I m i n • Baibjia Pmkhim • Eslhn Pogiebm • Dwothy Kumei Unto*

Horonti • E i * * VoHiwei • tlaiix Httberstadt • Mwiay Haidiman • t d n j fcons

Our competent staff can show you any and every home in the area! Members: Multiple Listing Service. Princeton Real Estate Group

brick ralonist on Pmepcu Avenue toaaMBned buyer*.

PRINCETON TWP. RtVERSIOC K A U T Y - o n V4 acre wooded lot on a cul-de-sac street with view of Lake Carnegie. This 5 B/R. 2ft bath home has L/R with fireplace, separate D/R, Family Room, FuH Basement. GAS heat, Central Air & 2 Car Garage. NOW $187,500. SPACIOUS NEW TUDOR IN WEST WINDSOR • 5 B/R's, 2ft baths, eat-in Kitchen w/pantry. Family Room, and separate D/R Excellent' condition and excellent area. $155,000. PRINCETON BORO — IMMACULATE WHITE STUCCO COLONIAL — 3 + BR-2V4 Baths • enclosed cedar paneled sun porch : fireplace modem kitchen - rear deck - 3 car garage - finished basement with wet bar - 5 minute walk to town • This beauty win go fasti $139,900. DOWNTOWN PRINCETON. YOB can » t & ewiywheie fi fci qaiat ftdt auaat. Ewdhat IMOW and yard, even a two-car g io qualified bnyers.

PROSPECT AVENUE • Easy access to University. Lg. Colonial with 4 B/R's & 3 Baths in Princeton Boro on a corner lot with many flowering shrubs. Eat-in Kitchen, kj. D/R w/french doors leading to patio, lovely L/R, Family Room w/fireptace, etc. $189,900.


MAIN HOUSE PLUS CARRIAGE HOUSE in PRINCETON BORO - 2 story w/center hall entry, kitchen, D/R, L/R, w/f/p,-4 B/R's, Study €r 1- ft Baths. Carriage house has 2 rental units and is also a 2 car garage. Just Listed $215.000.



•EAUTmJUY LANSCAPED WEST WINDSOR COLONIAL • on 3/4 wooded lot. 4 B/R's, 2- ft Baths, full basement, 2 car garage. $129,500. DELIGHTFUL RAISED RANCH in Roosevett. 4 B/R's, 2-ft Baths. Central Air. Rustic yet convenient area. Wooded lot. $72,900.


CONT. RANCH near Carnegie Lake in Princeton's Riverside area. 3 B/R's, 2 Baths, L/R w/fp, D/R, Fam. Room, eat-in Kitchen. Finished lower level w/fp. $198,500. LOVELY CONTEMPORARY on wooded corner lot in Princeton's Riverside area. Cathedral beamed ceilings, brick fireplace, flagstone patio. Up to $100,000. first mortgage avail, to qual, buyer at 12%, 5 yr. term, based on 30 yr. payout. NOW $175,000. DONT WAIT • CALL NOW to see our newest listing in Hightstown. Charming 3 B/R Colonial w/living room, separate dining room, a modem eat-in kitchen, full basement and 1 car garage. A lovely lot & quiet street. All this for $59,900. A WINNER IN WASHINGTON TWP I Custom 2 story w / 5 B/R's, L/R, D/R, eat-in ktthen. Family Rqpm w/marble fireplace & wet bar.Study, 2- ft Baths, Full Basement w/sauna, cedar closet & office. Tennis Court 120'x60's. Just Listed $179,000. LARGE. LAWRENCEVILLE HOME - on corner lot. 7 B/R's, 4-ft Baths, L/R w/fireplace, D/R, Library, Family Room w/fireplace, 61 zone GAS heat, full basement. $160,000. HARD TO FIND - a more beautiful home in West Windsor, Five Year (30 yr. payout) 1 5 % % mort to qual. buyer with low down payment. Must see to appreciate the outstanding condition, the neighborhood & the proximity to schools & trains.$138,900.

LOT • Just bated half acre lot in West Windsor. Water & Sewer on $50,000. the woods, this • SpsrkKng 4 B/R. 2-ft bath contemporary in a desirable and ssdudsd location on a wooded acre. Extra lg. Fam. Rm.. spacious UR and CMR w/beamed ceilings, beautifulfireplace,cedar psnsir)0,modsmlcitchon, brick terra* &dtt. carport $159,800.



OfARtJROOr ADULT CONDOS - Country Club Bfestyte in Cfanbury for youngsssrs 48 yrs. Er up. Golf, swimming, tennis, etc. 2B/R&3B/Rmodsl8. $7M00. «e $74,500. 5lg. B/R's. 2 f t baths, U K w/oathsdrsl csflng, famiy room. C/A, gss hast. $l§7.90i. COtOWAi. W/PfX*. ADDITION • UR, D/R. Kitchen, Den, 1 ft beths + prof, add1* wMh separate entrance. 100 year old home in sold & unique' f92.9«t. —4 B/R's, 2ft Baths, Ful Dsssmsm. Gas Heat. n $79,9#0. _ _




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ON A CUt BE SAC - 5 B/R, 2-ft Bath Colonial irv So. Brunswick, Lg. foyer, L/R, w/cathedra! ceiling, fam. rm., C/A, GAS heat. $110,000.

NEW PRINC1ION BORO USTIMGt! 4 B/R Cape Cod, L/R, fjreptace, lovsly Quaksjfmaid Kitchen, 1 - * Baths, full basement with garneroom and b|r:r>rtcedHn Yard. . „ *. $125,880. \ ' " ' ' TRANSFSRREDEXECUtTvTS. home .being offered to some kicky fwitfy. Ovorlookino Lake Carnegie in Princeton Twp. this inv/


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2.000 aq. ft. prestigious location with ample public parkino, near shopping center. Price aidudea parking, heat, central air, electnc and ianhorial service. Available NOW. For information ask for Charles Martinette.

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PRINCETON HMRESTAL VILLAGE - Contemporary townhouse features 3 bedrooms. 2% baths, central air. CUSTOM DESIGNED AND BUILT 3 bedroom Ranch with ooured concrete full basement and so many extras. | a r g e living room, family room with stone fire $139,500. huge enclosed porch and in-ground pool. $129,000.



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T W O INVESTMENTS In Princeton ^~ 3 bdnn. single famty house on 1 acre In me township. Also upstairs/ downstaris duplex in the borough. Each reduced to $123300, wRh about V, the rats. CaM owner 921-6612 evenings.

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GARAGE — Princeton Boro. 38 Wiggins St. Avail, for car or storage. $35. 609-9240633 or 201-793-7993.

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Pennsylvania Properties

HUNTING OR VACATION cabin — near Poconos, 4 hours from Princeton. Bradford Co. 4W acres. Low down payment. Financing availWORTH BRUNSWICK — able. $13,900. 201-2979301. local call from Princustom brick tonch. 0 ims* M l bamnt. garage, gas haat 12 mltoron anal. $82.000.201 249-3891. REDUCED TO SELL!

AVALABLE Immediately^ OnMt In-law house. Assume 7% mongaga. e oeorooms, 2 % baths. $60's. Bucks County. Pa. 215-943-9599 r8pm.

ELM RfDGE —Park. 5 mass rise. $120400 a m Oayscal west of Princeton» now 5 HOPEWELL TWP — By TRENTON HARBOURTON *09 < IB MOO. Evas. 448- bdrm brick 2 story Caps Cod. owner. 3 bedroom stone Rd. — this tenderly cared for Family room wan Mropiaos, Rancher on haawty wooded 8335. professionally decorated Irving room wMh Largo boy 2.85 acre tot. Oak floors. Colonial graciously sits on window, forma) dMng room, stone fireplace, hot water HOPEWELL. TWNSHP. — almost 2 lovely acres. Fealargo kitchen with dining haat. « a ban. large picture tures: 3 bdrms. 21* baths, area. 2% bans A laundry. windows. IS mis view, aofld large tarn, rm w/fpt. Truly a Master bedroom aulto on 1st 1950's construction. fruH hometoryour family to enjoy floor. 4 bedrooms & ban on trees. 2 mMa to NY tram. Asking $132,000. Petti Confcwaflunfl. 2nd floor. Fufl baasmant 2 Asking 118.000. Cafl 609- stance Real Estate. 609-8837250. Modern eat-in kitchen, car garage, i ' * acre tot + 4884634. diningrm. dan. flagstone many ertras.. $210,000. C a l 808-737-2203 or 737-3839. Twin FOR SALE — by owner, ment. v, acre baautHuIfy Cranbury address. 26' x 15' NESHANIC STATION — 3 Bedroom Paso Ranch is landscaped teajOO.Noreel CuinpUHIj renovated 3 bed- offered to buyer wah $15,000 living room w/flrepiace, 4 bedrooms, kitchen, dining, n X n n QVUVf GOVOrHW. t t f f W down. Assume 8%% 1st 737-2078. bath, Mtctien & carpeting. mortgage plus owner to take sun porch, 2 baths, ful ceiar Taxas $740. $68,900 Cafl back ted mtg at 14% 3/20 yr w / r e c . r o o m , b r i c k maMananoo free, hardwood 201-360-3754. Owner bafloon to qusWsd buyer. floors, alum, storms^ a l apPriced to s e t . . 16&000 pflsncee. 4 car + detached HOPEWELL — new coiT Lot Size 1 5 0 x 2 7 7 strucson in proaaojlous Bm add*! ground If needed. Rktoe Park. Fabulous tour 1 BR • dan m dsatrabU bedroom Colonial lo be Principals only by* 609-655-1914. flntahad as flie houas of your aMsnowtS44JOa dreams. $185,000. J.T. Ooyernsaty. 609-821-1605 CRANBURY For sale by 2BR + 2 M h s i n ownar. Custom ranch on Vk YARDLEY—Got to go. 9Yfc% > near Lake. LMng room anty of living space low aqufty VA take over, or FNMAconven- rm. aat-m Mtohsn, 3 apactous AW 4 bdrms.. 2 bans, ful bedrooms. 2 baths, large from fl87.S0048B.S00 146 Pama. Ave. Cafl ownar 215-493-3019 STULTS REALTY CO. war-atzsd2carQarage, oanJust reduced $83£00 tral a i r , many e x t r a s . 37N.MaJnSt $125,000. 808-665-4321. rSdaSOC alOWOrS. WUMI 4B DOC*



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LAWRENCEVILLE Townhouse — 13%% 30 year assumable mortgage. 3 bdrm, 2 ban, fufl banmint. ceramic We in bath, 1 yr. old. many extras, axe. oond. $78,000. Pdnajpan only. 64.

An axquislto stoneCape Cod residencetorthe dsciiminst* Ing buyer. This property is situated on 2 beauttfuty land-, scaped and manicured acres located at the gatewaytothe lush POCONO MOUNTAINS of Pennsylvania only minutes from Route 1-80. The focal point of the interior of this home is a magnificent., stone fireplace set in the 21 x27 foot living room. This is complemented by the solid cherry perojuet floors in the master suite and sun parlor. The 8-foot bronze and glass imported French Impressionist doors accent the entrance to the sun parlor. This loveiy room has an exit to the flagstone patio with its bordering sculptured wrought iron

GARAGE SALE — house- PARPeNTERS HELPER-^noki •Mm olc Rmn Q Harbourton RRd.. 1Vfc m wast In parson at fob ale ft. 527, of RC31. Sat. 9n». 9-6, rah C MH k for or shins. YARD SALE—Sfamt/.SaL. LAWRENCEVILLE — 3 br 9719. 9-5. 214 Undan Lane. Ranch, living- room, room area, farrwyroon ern kitchen, 114 baths, ARTISTIC — person for! nraanao DaBsmem, cant, av, sales desk; typist: for training garage, near schools, a l ap- program. $&3S/hrv + overpianoaa. $80tVmo. 809-896- time. Mr. Johnson. 6094C43388. '77 CHEV tMPALA — a/c, cruise c. roof rack. 64.500 ms. Good cond. $2500.201359-2935.

LANDSCAPE — help wanted. Peterson's Nursery, 3730 LawrencayMe Rd., Prlnceton. 609424-5770.

MINOR Alterations — or making you an outfit Cal Lou after 5pm 609-443-5245.

17th CENTURY DUTCH KAS — duplicate in Cape. Town museum. Hand ptanad panels, large bun feet. NUTRITION EDUCATION Appraised at $3400. Offers Resource Associate — to thru Oct 3,609-303-6650. plan & present nutrition ooucenon programs «> IOCSJ BARNEGATUGHT—ocean schools, operating from the ironi Deaumui nome, weeic, nutrition oducaMon 8, training weekend, month 609-494van. Nutrition or home econo- 6156. mics degree required; teaching certification prefer- 80 MUSTANG — Cobra, 2 red. AbjWy to drive a van a dr. hatchback, 4 sptt. 2^L necessity. This posWon Oct turbo, recaro bucket seats, a/ 1-Dec. 31,1981 with a possi- c, p/s. p/b, Ptonaar/darion ble extension to June 30, stereo system, glass moon 1982. Salary $13,408.14 par roof, black on black, excel, annum, pro rated. Closing cond. Asking $5795. Call date for applications Sept 609-921-9122 days, 60923, 1981. Send resumes to 7994766 eves. Nutrition. EIC Central. 3684 Rt 1. Princeton, NJ. 08540. HEAD TEACHER—tor after Equal opportunity employer. school program, grades K-4. Creatrve.flexfcielndrvidualto 2 FEMALE Professionals — develop & head newly estabseek 2 bedroom apartment in lished program in PanningKnncoion area. Hern not to ton. Experience in program exceed $500/month, utMttss development & a variety of ind. References available. enrichment areas (e.g. art Please reply Box #04060 c/o music, gym idrarna). For further information CJM 009" Princeton Packet 737-9261.

CALIFORNIA — leaving in SALES I my car around Sept 25. Per$50OAM0NTH+ son wanted to share driving. Cal evenings 609-924-0999. We need help to market a totafly new product used by LOST — female German almost everyone. UnsatuShepherd, 1V4 yrs. old, rated field, ground floor answers to "Beaver". Vic. opportunity, people now battlefield area. Friendly. Re- making $500u/mo & more. If you are ready to earn money ward. 609-921-0327. , , M a i ,,fc i M .--^^l—«1.^J— •nmeowieiy cai waamgnis Y O U N G T E A C H E R — 6-10pm, weekonda 0am 0pm Doni let this magnificent re- wishes to share loveiy cot- 609-883-8145. treat with over 3,000 square tage in Princeton with 2 feet of living space pass you young ladies. Write Box PIANO PLAYER — talents!) keyboard accompaniat buy. This property has just # 0 4 0 5 2 , do Princeton neeoeo tor me rfmceton uniPacket been reduced to $100,000. versity Camerata, chamber chorus & orchestra. Salary to Shown by appointment only MAVERICK '74 — good be arranged. 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Coburn. which turn* from Oct. 8 through Nov I Riuuiag from Nov. 12 through Dec 6 is David Wcsmcimer s My Sweat Cherle — and if you aren't familiar with dus work. nan. do not wait, to the box office, ft M based on oae of the finest novels wnoca in this ccafury. and a inteaseiy moving.

* * * * * The Whole Theatre Company in Montclair will salute the 40th anniversary of the USO with its season open USO Cantata, running from Oct. 23 through Nov. 15. Chekov's The Cherry Orchard will be performed from Dec. 4 through Dec. 27. followed by The Karl Weal Cabaret run-

WiUiam Goldman * The U e a m WlnIcr runs from Dec 17 through Jan 10 (and dus » a amch better pby d m it was a film. despite n e briUiam work of P e w OToole •Catherine Hepburn). Lndyheese I by Kevin O'Mormon opens Jan. 21



McCarter Theatre will show Iphigenia at Feb. 24 through March 14. ning from Jan. 8 through the 31st. Marat/ Sade will open Feb. 12 and continue through March 7. and the American premier of a play not yet announced will finish the season, opening March 19 and continuing through April 11. Additional information is available by calling 201-7442989. * * * * *

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... but the plain truth is there is so much excellent theater right here and — let's face it — at about a tenth of the cost of a night in New York, it just doesn't pay to make the trip on most occasions.

The variety these theatrical companies offer is astonishing; judging by last season, so is die quality of many of the productions. It's enough to make even an unreconstructed New Yorker forget the Amtrak timetable. Lamrn Haywood b a principal drama critic for Time Off.

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The South Jersey Region Theatre in Somers Point opens its season with the Stewart-Coleman musical, I Love My Wife on Oct. 28 (through Nov. 14). From Dec. 2 through 20, Rodgers and Hammerstein's The Sound of Musk plays, followed by Romantic Comedy by Bernard Slade (March 17 through April 3). American playwright Sam Shepards Buried Child will be presented April 15 through May 1, to be followed by a new play. The Comeback of a One-Eyed Lion by C.V. Peters (May 19 through June 5). The final play of the season is Albert Innaurato's Gemini. running from June 16 through July 13. For information, call the box office at 609-6530553.

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Broadway back on college boards Some ofdie season's best tickets will not be soM at die bigger box offices b « atlocal colleges and universities, who are planning productions of professional and amateur talent. Rider College in Lawreacevtlle has already lined up a fall toner of plays, which will begin Sept. 17 wid) Barefoot la the Park, the captivating comedy of newlyweds. directed by Dr. Patrick O n e * , chairman of the Fine Arts Department. The play, which starred Jane Fonda and Robert Redford in the'screen version, win be presented for one weekend. On Oct. 3 Rider will host a selection of numbers from die celebrated works of Gilbert and Sullivan, whose P h a t u of fesnaacr has been rtanltng New York audiences since last year Called G a t o t ami SaMvan A La Carte, die show is the' brainchild of New York producer-director Allan Lokos. who has seen it grown into a popular attraction since its beginnings in 1967. Since then, it has appealed with more dun 30 symphony orchestras, on hundreds of college campuses, and at dozens of festivals and community arts According to one reviewer, commenting on the company. "(dKy are) five talented eatertaaaen Messed with fine v< . asupCfw of the

The one-evening stow at Rider represents some of the best-loved efforts from nits famous team, which produced 13 opcras between 1875 aad 1196. Mercer County Community College will bring back its popular English Music Hall 24 through 26. Billed the weekend is invited to participate in singing and laughing along wid> die pcrformen. The production carries a "parental guidance" warning, for musk halls are known as much for the ribald humor as for their music. Trenton State College will host die always-captivating one-man show Thwber, which stars William Windom. Mr. Windom has presented his tour-de-force based on die life and writings of the comic cartoonist James Thurber in other years, and it has been a consistent critical success. The version presented by Trenton State is the original Thurber I to be given on Nov. 11. Mercer County will present a production of Shakespeare's Macbeth Nov 12 through 21. having drawn cast members during September auditions. A professional production of Shakespeare's The Teanpcst will be presented by die National Shakespeare Company at Rider on Dec. 12. Founded in 1963 S«e COLLEGES, paje 8

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DRAMA (C Trenton Stale Nov 4-8 by die coUcfe's duMrtimia* of speech cumiimniration and (heater The word' 'robot" was first used in this play, which has been ttft—i and will be directed by faculty member Harold Hogstrom. Black perfor Ruby Dec and CKsic Davis are scheduled for two performances m the carry pan of I9C2 On Jan 22 they will present ImcMe Out, an, event cosponsored by the James Keraey Campus SAB at Mercer County Community Col-

lives — from high school days as cheerleaders, through sorority adventures and the senior year at college, to a reunion as adults in "the real world" six years later. The cast will feature members of the original New York production.

Motherless Cattd, a new play by New Jersey playwright Rosemary McLaughlin. will run Oct. 28 - Nov. I at the Little Theater on Nichol Avenue. The drama of a mother and daughter on a lifelong collision course ends in a Maze of theatrical excitement.

la the Part, In to Rider win also present student productions of Tae Maracse Worker. Caaaaw Courts and Ceaaawhe Cafe by William 1Haunt' Lyatatrata. listings will proOfTs Now Playing dr vide details for fete and all thews as they are nailird for production.

by Fay and Michael Katun wfll be presented Nov. 18-22 at the Levin Theater. Through the mouth of a sorceress, the Japanese legend of the Samurai, die wife and^ttafroVing bandit is told with hijth scorn and humor.

Tlicn. on Feb. 10, die edeboflod cemptf will preicwt s pro|vin 01 dnMMi* stones. be co-sponsored by the college s Union Board Mwonty Program Committee

in February, the Mercer Community College Children's Theatre will offer March a college pr % Fax. Oa April 19. Pat Carrol] will re-create New Jersey fast yesr, the pafonnto be a riveting one of this b u t UBlBCBttH AfDCnCfJB

New York httwMlbe given at Rider on May 9 with the professional road production of VaaMcs. Spanning the uuiudbuwtui 1963-1974. the ptay takes a painfally faaay look at three friends at craanl stages of their in*

The new theater season at Rutgers University will be highlighted by a subscription series of seven shows, including Shakespeare's Aa Yaa U k c It and Gilbert and Sullivan's H.M.S. The productions will be presented by the theater arts department of the Stale University's Maaoa Gras School of the Arts at New Jersey's State University. Curtain time is 8 p.m. except for Sunday performances at 2 p.m. The season wiO open Oct. 2 with a prodoction of Marsha Norman's Gcttaaj Oat at the Levin Theater, an environmental theater on the Douglass College campus. A major success orT-Broadway.Gettaag Oat is a beautifully written account, both harsh sad tender, of a young woman before and after her release from prison. The drama wiH run doough Oct. 11.

Oa the Baad to UMMMCW. Marv Ethel Schmidt's happy parable about a group of New Jersey drivers and their unusual cars, stranded one September evening in a traffic jam, will run Dec. 9-13 at the Little With As You L i k e I t . William Shakespeare's lively comedy about love, fantasy, deceit and escape, the Levin Theater will be transformed into the forest of Arden. The show will run Feb. 12-21. Pandemonium prevails in Arnold Wesker' s Tfce lUtcaea running March 31 -April 4 at the Levin Theater. Set in a large London Schrafft's restaurant, where chefs, waitresses and pastry cooks cross ladles instead of swords, the play exposes the special world of restaurant professionals. The tfaeaater md music ocpaattments of tnc

Some of the season's best tickets will not be at the bigger box offices, but at the local colleges and universities. Mason Gross School of the Arts will combine talents for the first time to produce H.M.S. Pinafore, Gilbert and Sullivan's classic comic operetta, tunning April 16-25 at the Little Theater. The action takes place on shipboard, with a captain who is "hardly ever sick at sea."

***** Open auditions will be held for Marc Blitzstein's 1930s musical The Cradle Will Rock on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, Sept. 14, IS, and 16, from 7 to 10 p.m. in the Princeton Inn College theater, Alexander Road. There are more than 35 roles open and a large varying age group of actors, singers, and dancers are needed to complete the cast of this musical. Any persons interested in working on the technical side of this production should also report to the theater during the above mentioned times. If these times are not convenient, please call 609924-6329.

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Pros and amateurs star in local shows When the community gets into the act. the drama takes a twist: not only! do the plays tend to be favorites, the actors are familiar, too. In New Jersey, the range of theater outside the strictly professional stage runs from companies culled from all civilians to a mix of professional and amateur players. And in many cases, it's hard to tell Which js which, because the quality is generally very good. The Bucks County Playhouse in New Hope.' for example, features local talent alongside seasoned performers in its tried and-true repertory of musical productions. This year. Grease will take center stage in both September and November, followed in late September by the venerable Fiddler oa the Roof.

hi • Creative Theatre . CTU's Fall terai Stadfo ia Tria*y at the Banat HJU en School ia East arefrwaMltaright: KateBakfcei, >, Lori W H a a m , Jimmy Katie Ashley, Soaya Ooort.

In mid-October Godtpell returns with a production of The Odd Couple running in November. The Christmas season features Jesus Christ Superstar. The Actors Cafe Theatre, regional theatre in residence at Btoomfie|d College, Franklin and Fremont Streets, Bloomfield, will open its season Sept. 25 with a six-week run of Hugh Leonard's DA, a comedy-drama about an Irish father-son relationship. It won the Tony Award-best play of 1978, the N.Y. Drama Critic's Award and Drama Desk Award. Opening Nov. 6 for another six-week run will be D. L. Cobum's winner of the 1977-78 Pulitzer Prize for drama. The Gin Game, which

concerns two older people confined to a nursing home who come together over agin game to reveal intimate details of their lives. The annual production of A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens will be performed every evening except Christmas Day from Dec. 16 to Dec. 26. This adaptation of Dicken's beloved Christmas story includes a few songs but remains true to the book. Eugene O'Neill's Hughie and Luigi Pirandello's The Man with the Flower in His Mouth will open on New Year's Eve with two performances. 8 to 10 p.m. and 11:15 p.m. to I a.m. and then run for three weekends through Jan. 16. Hughie was one of O'Neill's last plays, one of a series of one-act plays. Pirandello's play concerns a man who is dying but. tries to savor every minute of life. Productions are on Thursdays at 7:30 p.m. and Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m. The Franklin Villagers Barn Theatre in Franklin Township will offer three distinct comedies on its 1981-82 playbill: I Never Sang for My Father, Neil Simon's bittersweet Chapter Two and the classical takeoff. Sly Fox. The Circle Players in Piscataway have selected a repertoire of recent Broadway hits and one American classic. On Golden Pond will open the season in. September, (Continued on page II)

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mark your calendar Saturday. September 26th The Princeton Art Association and the Princeton Shopping Center present an OUTDOOR ART SHOW and SALE ON THE MALL The popular play Vanliaawffl be presented by various groups—both professional and amahwr — M a season. The touring cast pictured here features some of the original actors tor a performance at Rider Cofege on May 9. TMCOFF

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McCarter offers one-night specials McCaner patrons wul be treated to a mght with Gfoncho Man, Irian musicians the Chieftans and jazz artist Pat Mctheny this faH. The shows highlight an array of one-night specials to be offered by McCaner. The Cbieftans. hailed as-tbe greatest exponents of traditional Irish music, will open the scries Wednesday. October I3at8 p.m. in McCaner Theatre. Their diverse repertoire ranges from ancient Celtic reels to the wedding serenades of the Georgian era. The CbJtftans and their instruments UiOean pipes, bodhrans. harps, and flutes, have apptaitd with such artists as Eric Clapton. Vaa Morrison, and Art Garrunkel. The group won an Oscar for writing the score for Stanley Kubrick's Barry Groucho Man — as played by Lewis J. Stadlen — w^ll light up the McCaner stage October 29 at 8 p.m. In this two-person show. Stadlen and Nancy Even (as Groucho's prrmnial foil. Emily SchmalHIMIW n). look back on the famous comcdtaa's career beginning with his vaudeville days and ending with his television show You Bet Your Life. The show will include songs such as '•Hooray for Captain Spaulding" and "Lydu. the Tattooed Lady." Stadlen drew his material from Man Brother* movies. Groucho's 1973 concert at Carnegie Hall and from private conversations with Man himself.

Jazz guitarist Pat Metheny will follow Groucho when he brings his group to Alexander Hall. Saturday. October 17 for two performances, at 7:30 and 10:30 p.m. Other one-night specials are also planned by McCarter. The New York Chamber Soloists will present Bach's Six Brandenburg Coocerti Monday. October 12. Tickets are available after October 2. A Big Praegrass Jam will begin Saturday. October 10 at 8 p.m. in Alexander Hall. The show will feature bluegrass artists Jim and Jesse andthe Virginia Bt Exponents of Traditional Irish Music come to Princeton at last!

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MUSIC 23) sopraao Guda Cntz-Romo aad leaor Rngtertjr wffl be offered on Sunday. March 21, with Japaacae sopraao Yawko Hayasat M the tide role. Verdi's M a c h l h will be ptrtbnacdoaSuaday. April 25 with world icaowaod open star Shu ill Mdaes. The stajacriptiOB SCTICT will be pcrfonaed at Symphoay Hall ia Newark. TJae musk pnacjpal conoucsm is Alfredo


the New York Chamber Soloists in Bach's Six Brandenburg Concetti on Monday. October 12; The American String Quartet with Bert Lucardli, oboist on Monday. November 2; The JuilKard Quartet oa January 4; aad Eliot Rsk. Guitar and Carol Wiaceac, flute, in ajoiat recital on May 3. AJcoacertswillstariat8p.ro. Subacriptioas are available at Ike Concert Office, Wool worth Center. Princeton University. There are some tickets remaining, but most of the top price seals have been sold out. Telephone 609-924-0433.

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*•••* Uatverahty CeacarfK The ries in New Jersey presents its 87tn itaaoa featuring eight concerts at McCaner Theatre. The concerts will be Marital will mchMfc the St. Paul Chamber orchestra with Pint hat Zukennaa, Music Director aad violin soloist in M all-Mozart progiaai. oa Thursday. November 19; Sherill M i l n e * , baritoac on Tnesay.

i Chrtc Opera: Now in its third —*^*r the director of conductor Byron Steele. the group has mounted cretfrtaM? productions, featuring young asptr-. ing singers. The «"»tM«g« and costumes are generally lavish and visually exciting. The orchestra is composed primarily of professionals from the Greater Trenton Symphony. All performances are on Sunday at S p.m. in the Trenton War Memorial Au>a

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Mozart's Piano Concerto in C-nunor. K 491. with pianist Mictuko Ueda. Also on the program are Beethoven's Leaser* Orertere No. 3 . Wagner's Siegfried Idyl, and Hmdcrmth * SyaapheeJc Meta•MrpflMns oi TSCMSS by lVetoer. Dcccmber 11-12 will feature Beethoven's VWta Caactrte. with soloist Geoffrey Michaels Michael Pratt is the conductor. Performances are at Alexander Hall. For information call 609-934-0453

Rstgcrs University Coacert Series: The series opened Monday. September 14. with famed opera star Leontyne Price. On Tuesday. October 27. the Zagreb Philharmonic »ill peifufiii. The orchestra specializes in Slavic and Croatian compostitwns. parbcuUrly those of ooaaemporary composers Israeli-born violinist Itzbak Perlman will present the final coacert on Thurs-

day. March 4. The series, now in its 65th season, is die major concert series sponsored by the Slate University. All concern will be given at 8 p.m. in the College Avenue Gymnasium at Rutgers College. New Brunswick. For ticket information telephone 201932-7591 * * * * * Rider Coftcgc: Friday Sept. 26. Natalie Hinderas. piano. On Saturday December 5. The Chestnut Brass Company. On Saturday. January 23. Christian Altenburger. violin. Saturday. April 3 will feature The „ Baroque Trio of Amsterdam. All performances take place at 8:05 at the Fine Arts Theatre at Rider College in Lawrenceville. The Amado String Quartet wW perform at Trenton State College on Oct 22. Pictured Box office number is 609-896-5303. here are (left to right, standing) Judtth Marlowe, Carol Amado (left to right, seated) Evelyn Jacobs and Deborah Reader. * * * * * Treatoa State College: Sponsored by the music department, the concerts are free

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Pennington School announces new season Opening the Pennington School's 198182 concert season will be a two-piano concert featuring Paul and Janice Hofreiter with the Pennington School Chorus and the Choir from Oreland Presbyterian Church The concert will begun at 8 p.m. in the whdols Lecture Center and will feature works by Bach. Elgar. Beethoven. Saint Saem. Gershwin, and Hofreiter. The ncu concert will be the Christmas Candlelight Service at the Pennington Methodist Church, at 7:30 p.m. on Dec. 14 The chom of the Pennington School will perform. In March, the musical The Made Maa will be presented in the Pennington School

Gym at 8 p.m.. March 18 to 20. A concert of original music by Paul Hofreiter will follow on April 23. at 8 p.m.. tn the Pcnnington Methodist Church, as a benefit for the school On May 7 and 8. the musical Godspeil will be performed as dinner-theater entertainment in the Pennington School's dining hall, with dinner at 6:30 p.m. and the show at 8 p.m. Also in the school's dining hall ' will be the third annual "Perspective on American Popular Music" concert, on May 18 at 8 p.m. For any further information, please call 609-737-1855.

An evening of traditional Irish music The Princeton Folk Music Society will feature CehkTnuiiderui a concert of traditional Irish music on Friday. Sept. 18 at 8 p.m. at the Princeton YMCA on Paul Robeson Place. For several yean now Celtic Thunder has been among die best Irish folk-music' bands ia the Bahimorc-Washington area, its repenoue includes a full range of Irish soags aad jaatramrwral owsic — tods, jigs. horapipCT. slides, polkas, and slow airs. Ceili dance music, along with an exhibition of Irish stepdancing. are also part of die group s penoiniam ci. Linda Hictanan. Marty Somberg. Domi-

nkk Murray. Jesse Winch, and Terry Winch together bring to the Celtic musk what Yeats called "some hidden magical breath." The band started in 1977, and its first LP ("Celtic Thunder". Green Linnet Records) was released this year to wide critkal acclaim. There are no advance ticket sales, and memberships are available at the door. For further information call 609-890-1146. The society's next conceits will be Gordon Bok on Saturday. Oct. 3. John Roberts on Fri. Oct. 16. Ed Trickett on Nov. 20. and Mary Zikas on Dec. 18.

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Creole-Cajun cooking in Philly By MANNE WILLIAMS There » a mystique amcncd to Creole Cajua cooking that is outside die normal. American approach to food. Anyone who has ever had a chance to dine in New Orleans CM testify dm a deep and abiding rrtpect prevaib for all facets of the culinary am. It » not *•> much what is cooked as haw « tt cooked* and dm stparmei it from our other regional cutsines. Without any hokus^pokin. a haMway decent cook can duplicate a New England boiled dnnacr, a Pbundelphia pepper pot or even a Texas chili. No problem. But OK IBMH icsnoa i s o to a idtatwoi is

local food that I cannot cook at home and an audtemic jarabalaya simply defies reproduction. Therca lies fe greatest attraction to Canv Nnaa« a restanranl in Philadesphia specializing in Creole - Cajun cooking M To he gin g w i m , no y ^gfr g icMaiiiant in O l New Orleans would feature such a concentrated harvest of regional specialties. There, the diner is obliged to go to one place for gumbo, another for jambalaya and still another for ribs. Nola. being to far away from its source of inspiration, doesn t have to worry about menu cliches. One classic dish after another is offered without h had always seemed a link odd to me tnat our most distinctive regional cuisine had been ignored in a city like Phiso rich in ethnic restaurants, : could sample food from Bombay and TknUand and just about every remote province in Citina Creole (city) and

Cajun (country) food is certainly as exotic as any of these. It is an amalgam of French. Spanish. African and American Indian influences with Haitian. Italian. Albanian and even Chinese overtones. When all of these cultures get together on a dish, the results are dynamic ... and virtually impossible to describe. In reviewing Nola. the temptation to analyze each dish is strong, but it is also futile. So 1 will resist. Suffice to say dial the oysters Bienville that we had for an appetizer were fresh and plump, bathed in a creamy, slightly garlic sauce. Chunks of shrimp and mushrooms had been added but obviously imuHiMg more had been done lo make the dish so delicious. Lady Bird Johnson ribs were crisp and tender, cooked in a tantalizingly good barbeque sauce, and while the name leaves something to be desired, a rib-lover would be hard put to find be tier specimens. Perhaps rhe best entree to order is a Cajun sampler of shrimp gumbo, jambalaya. beans and rice. The selection offers a good opportunity to taste rhe difference between the two classic stews of Creole-Cajun cooking, a distinction that has always been elusive to me. There is excellent sausage and strips of smoked ham in the jambalaya: the gumbo contains quantities of oysters. Both shrimp-based dishes have an extraordinary depth of flavor as well as an assertive spiciness. Both are every bit as good as any I have in New Orleans. Another Cajun classic offered on Nola's i is redfish courtbouillon (pronounced

coobyong) a dish diat. according to its denfipuon, has been whammed around in the kitchen until it becomes a great big stew. The specialty of die evening was duckling roasted with peaches and brandy but the restaurant's major commitment is to seafood. Entrees, which fall in the $9 - SI2 price range, include an average salad served wim an above average horseradish dressing. For dessert there are three choices — bread pudding with bourbon sauce, pecan pie and a chocolate mousse cake — all perfectly nice, but not as wonderful as the rest of the meal. The wine list is at die mercy of die state store liquor system. We managed to find a good California red at a reasonable price. The special drinks are wild and potent with touristy names like Scarlett O'Han ("One drink and you're gone with the win") and give a damn"). I think it's tongue-incheek... you never can be sure, though, on South Street. Nola's storefront facade is positively demure in comparison with some of its more bizarre neighbors. The shop windows along South Street are funny and outrageous and sometimes in really poor taste. Helmut Newton would love the place. There are also some excellent galleries and antique shops in the area. At least with those, you can tell what they are selling.





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Rivera: fleeing Cuba for freedom By GENE KALBACHER Musk may have charms to soothe the savafe beast, but in totalitarian nations such as Cuba, no amount of musical charm can enabte a musician to create musk free of governmental control. . Paquito D'Rivcra, perhaps the most esteemed jazz saxophonist in Cuba during the laie '70s. knew his musk could never be free until he himself was free. As a member of the Cuban band Irakere. which mixed traditional Cuban sounds and jazz with rock and coll and classical forms, he had tasted freedom. And he wanted more of it.

In 1978 and '79. when it appeared that the United Stales and Cuba might normalize relations. Irakere toured the world, playing both Communist and nonCommunist countries. In fact. Inkers was the first Cuban group to record for an American label since Fidel Castro seized power D'Rivcra's dream of coming to America to play jazz was partly realized. But his dream turned into a nightmare in 1980 when thousands of Cuban refugees sti earned into Florida on rafts and boats as pan of "The Freedom Flotilla." When D'Rivera spoke into his flute, flugenorn or saxophone, the Cuban government applauded, but when he spoke without his horn, the government tried to silence him. Before joining Irakere, D'Riven was actually paid for two years •at to play. The government watched him carefully. He wore blue jeaas. he listened to "imperialist musk," he had too many Western friends, and when he thought something or

Paquito D'Rivera someone, even a government official, was stupid, he didn't hesitate to say so. By 1980 he had become desperate. His marriage crumbling, his nerves "com-

pletely destroyed" by what he terms Castro's lies and propaganda, his musical directions censored by the government, D" Rivera decided to defect the first time his feet touched foreign soil.

His chance came at an airport in Madrid, Spain, on May 6. 1980. For six hours he and his Irakere bandmates had waited in the airport for a connection flight to another country. Finally, his flight was announced. The plane was boarding. It was now or never, he thought. Six trips to the bathroom had not calmed his nerves. His feet might never again touch free soil, let alone Spanish-speaking free soil. Placing one bag on his left shoulder, his saxophone case on his right, he looked for an open door. Nothing. Only a set of mechanical stairs: one up. one down. He walked quickly down the up stairs. To freedom. Six months after asking for and receiving asylum in Madrid, he arrived in West New York, N.J., where he joined "his father, mother, sister and brother. Although he misses his wife and son in Cuba, he has no regrets. "There was no other way for m e . " the 33-year-old saxophonist ways. "It was my dream." His dream is captured on his debut album for Columbia Records. Bio win', a masterful blend of Caribbean rhythms and straightahead jazz. D'Rivera's playing is so passionate that he has been asked to perform with trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie and pianist McCoy Tyner. Now that he is free to perform with whomever he pleases, he finds the competition in New York both exciting and challenging. "It makes you better each day," he says, standing up and straightening his blue jeans. Paquito D'Rivera knows that he'll never be paid for not playing in America, and that should make him —• and music lovers everywhere — exceedingly happy.

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GOOD NIGHT DAVID: After* 38 years with the NBC News department. David Brinkley retires and barely gets the time of day. much less a gold watch from his bosses. When Walter Cronkite said goodbye, the whole world waved back. Why not with Brinkley ? He certainly deserves it". I think it didn't materialize because of the apparent reasoas for which -Brinkiey chose to quit, and that is his total disregard for the stylish appointments which are the vogue ia the TV news industry these days. Style has. it seems, grown to be as important, if not even more so, as the journalistic substance of a broadcast, or newscaster. Brinkley wasn't marching to today's drummer, and he never hesitated to loudly make clear his feelings that it is the drum that n woefully out of tune, and not himself. His thing is the news business, not show biz. So he quit, and the network clearly didn't care for such a move, or at least far its implications. Well. I say "hip u p hooray, David, and come back soon at another news desk." TV news can illaflord the loss of so fine a journalist. When he announced his decision. Brinkley, characteristically, had link to say. He did, though, deny reports of a feud between himself aad his boss. William Small, a nxemtaHMptiflffrom CBS. "What I think I'm £000 tf, 1 vcaUy ooo t htvt an opportaaicy to do here.** was pan of his brief

FOCUS: Back • 1941. Mikoa Bertc — Mr. Television — signed a 30-year. $6 mubon contract win NBC The 1980s then were the deep dark future (as in 1984). but time does have a way of slipping by. And •o it is that a coapic of weeks back. Berk's "lifetime" pact finally came to an end. If yoa have cable, you can see the former czar of Tuesday-night TV in an upcoming (Sept. 30) special on HBO. . Dalaa starts up us 4th season October© So if you've been wondering just who mat was floating in the Southfork pool, don't make any plans to go out rhat night I won't be surpmed if we don't find out whodunit or whotsit the first episode... Where will rhe "real people" trend end?Ch. 7 now has The Pitapat's Coart airing Wednesday nights at 7:30. and each weekday morning at 10:30 The Ralph (Thai b Year Life)

Edwards production is a mock court that actually will be adjudicating real cases. How's that? They'll all be real cases in which the adversaries have agreed to take their case out of the courtroom and put it on trial in this TV show. And the decision of the TV judge (a retired "real" judge) is supposedly even legally binding, because both sides will have agreed in a contract to accept his ruling. Really now!!!

MORE NEWS NEWS: Barbara Walters, an expert at walking the tightrope between news biz and show biz — the tightrope that seems to have strangled David Brinkley's will to carry on — has re-upped for another five years with ABC. AH she got. the reports went, was a cost-of-living raise. (She'll have to get by with merely a million a year.) Miss Walters' swing seems clearly more toward the show-biz side. She'll be leaving the evening news entirely and also stop appearing on lames and Aacwcrs and Nifktttaw, all the ABC news shows, except for the show-biz infatuated 28/28. And that's where her plans call for her to do more work. Of course too there w i l l be more of her p e r i o dic interview s p e c i a l s . CBS and NBC were both panting hot and heavy after her name on a contract, but she finally chose to stay put..On the local scene. Pia Lindstrom has also decided to stay where she's been, at Ch. 4. She'll stay on as a feature reporter at the station which has been her home since 1973. She's done it all there too. including anchoring. Just a few months ago I beard her with my own little rabbit ears tell someone how absolutely certain she was that when her contract expired she would leave the station. So much for rhat...The stunning Miss Lindstrom — Ingrid B e r g m a n ' s l i t tle girl is no s l o u c h e i t h e r — w a s last s e e n at C h . 4 h o s t i n g Priaae of Yoar Life, a series aimed at the needs and interests of older viewers. Her place there has now been taken over by Arleae Francis, the long-time radio host. Miss Francis is no stranger to TV, having spent many a year as a panelist on the original version of What's My Ltae? She joined the show for its second-ever telecast in 1951 Prime of Your Life airs Saturdays, at 7 p.m. * * * * * TENNIS MICROPHONE, ANYONE?: Did you notice that when John McEnroe won the U.S. Open. CBS immediately seized the intensity of the final stroke by

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breaking for an instructional filler, and then . about two minutes of commercials. Any other major championship and the cameras and microphones go immediately to the participants. Why not in this case? Because Johnny Mac and CBS were at odds the whole tournament over the network's use of a courtside microphone, and the quicktempered young tennis ace refused the network any interviews until the microphone was removed. In this case, I happen to agree strongly with McEnroe. I don't care that the microphone has been part of CBS' coverage for a number of years and hardly anybody, if anyone else at all, has complained before. CBS is supposed to cover (he contest, not invade it. What constitutes invasion? Anything within the field of contest which the players find intrusive. Too bad on CBS. If Johnny Mac. for whatever his reasons, finds the microphone a distraction, then it has to be removed. Microphones have been creeping closer and closer to the playing fields in recent years, and in some cases have even made it onto them. But in any situation where a lost stroke or missed ball or whatever can cost tens and even hundreds of thousands of dollars, then it is incumbent upon the broadcaster to ask permission first before invading the field. And if permission's denied, then that's just the rub of the green, or the way the ball bounces, or... * * * * * COMING ATTRACTIONS: Ch. 13s Here's to Yoar Health program at 6 p.m. Wednesday (16) focuses on vitamins. Thursday it's asthma and Friday the topic is ' 'pregnancy after 35". Wednesday night at 8,, F r e d e r i c k W i s e m a n ' s l a t e s t documentary unreels on Ch. 13. It's called Model, and the focus is the modeling industry. CBS, same time, repeats 1979 version of All Ojatet on the Western Front, starring Richard Thomas and Ernest Borgnine...Thursday, at 7:30, Ch. 7 starts up new series. Where Were Yon. Hosted by John Johnson, it's a look back at the

fashions, trends, politics, sports, et al of a particular year between I9S3 and 1970. At 9, Ch. 13 works out with Pumping Iron, the 1977 documentary look, at bodybuilding featuring Arnold Schwarznegger ....Friday (18) night at midnight, a new season of Fridays starts up on ABC. The live broadcast features The Pretenders as the musical attraction. A bit later, at 1:30, Ch. 7 slips in with The Blob, the 19S8 scary movie that helped make Steve McQueen a star... At 6 p.m. Saturday, Ch. 2's The People looks at how one family copes in the face of a loved one's impending death in Living With Death. At ten, Arison (Happy Days) Williams and his wife Lome sing out in a variety special of theirown.onNBC. Ch. 13 at the same time will scare you with the original The Mummy (1932)... Sunday night, at 7, ABC offers an hour drama about child abuse. Please Don't Hit Me, Mom. Patty Duke Astin stars. Her eight-year-old son, Sean Astin, co-stars in his TV debut. At eight, ABC introduces Code Red, one of its new fall series, with a 90-minute movie. Lome Greene, Adam (Eight's Enough) Rich and Andrew Stevens star in the tale about life at the fire house. At 11:30, Ch. 9 starts up Evening at the Improv, a new weekly series focusing on the upcoming comedians, musicians and other'performers who work at the famous Hollywood club .. .Monday afternoon, Ch. 4 at 4:30 repeats the first episode in the long-running Mary Tyler Moore Show. They also repeat the classic repeat at 2 a.m. that night. Over on Ch. 7, also 4:30 in the afternoon, you can see The Planet of the Apes. In fact it'll be Apes ail week on the Ch. 7 afternoon movie. That's Incredible makes its seasonal debut Monday night at 8 on ABC... Tuesday afternoon you can see the secondever MTM episode, again 4:30 (and 2 a.m.) on Ch. 4. NBC brings on Oh God, the movie starring George Burns and John Denver, at 9 Tuesday night. At 9:30, Ch. 13 offers documentary looking at the past, present and future of the' printed word.

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graphs by Luben Aigner. Rktar Coaage 8a> dent Center Q a l i i j . off Route 206. Lawrence «•»; Sapt 19toOct 10. for hours cal 609-6965136. HAMTATt I . Monmouth Museum. Wonder Warehouse Chttdrens GaNery. Newman Springs Road. Uncroft. Sapt 19 to August 1982. tor hours cal 201-747-2266. Aft sy tfansart C* FalaC Sheraton Gardens. Gfbaon Place. Freehold: Sept 20 to Oct 18. operwig recaption. Sept 20. 4 to 7 p m . 2014624611. tree


The Greet Bronte Age of China: An E x M * fMm the People's Rapublc of Crane. Boston's Museum of Fine Arts, through Sapt 27.

a trunk featuring aniquectotvngfn 1880s to 1920s, HWaborough Pubic Library. AmweH Road. Bafts Mead; through September. 201-3693916.

f y Trenton Central Htoh School. Academy Street library. Trenton; opening Sapt 17.2to4 p.m., 609-362-7186 or 363-8153. free

one: dotting Irom iBflsto 1920s: HBsborougriPubac Library, Amweinoed.OsHMied, tirough October. 201-359-3916.

AIT Dy vBDFM •JWaVaWn I N wm / Jentra Fins Art Qalery. Route M and Mttthursl Rd., Freehold; through September, open Mondays to Saturdays, 10 a m . to 4:30 p.m., and Thursdays, 10 am. to 8 p.m., 201-431-0638.

i sponsored by thai County DomocraHc ConvnittM; ConlOfflpofaWy Club. 178 W. State St. Trenton; September 20. 3 to 6 p.m. 609-362-1360.

Facufty Show, multi-media. Trenton State Coeage. Trenton; Sept 17 to Oct. 4. for hours cal 609-771-2368. free.


. Selesnick Galery and Art School. Duram Road. Newtown, Pa.; open by appointment. 215-968-8970.

Vintage of 19th century MdrJa-Eaatam Photographs, Simon Galery, 20 Church St, MrjntcWr. tvough Oct 3, open Tuesdays to Saturdays. 11:30 a m to 530 p.m.; opening reception. Sept 12.1 to 5 p m . 201-783-5480.

Worfca by m*a»b«rs of t h e Trenton l*tOmto. HoaetW. Our House. SuMvan Way. Trenton; tvough Oct. 25. 809-396-8261 or 303-8153.


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Mustrattons by Andrew Cemiski. South Brunswick Public Library. Kingston Lane, Monmouth Junction: through Sept. 30. 201-821 8224 Abstract paJnanoja by Lota Bonder, Doris reyNno sno «MMn Townsona, An Amanco Galery. 101 Monmouth St. Red Bank, througn Oct 7; opening reception. Sept. 13.5to7 p m . 201-872-0413.

by MarDts da Gygf King, Rutgers University's Douglass CoHege, Mabel Douglass Library, Chapel Drive. New Brunswick: through Sept. 18,201932-7315. Ancient Art The Development of... Greek and Roman Sculpture and George Beeows: Prints, Rutgers University Art Gallery, Voorhees Hall, New Brunswick; Sept. 13. through Oct. 25. 201-932-7084. Old Culture - New Art, Full House Gallery. 32 Main St.. Kingston; Sept. 20 to Oct. 14. open Mondays to Saturdays. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., 609'924-4040.


MCCC Akanni Snow, Mercer County Conv mun«yColege.Ubrary Qalery. West Windsor; opening Sept 11. 7 to 9 p.m., 609-566-4800. ext229. tie Northeast Natural Science League Conv peeaon. Sept 12 to Nov. 15; 1«h_oanlary alonaojanB, tirough Oct 4; Eyaa on Trsfltan. through Oct 4; 196)1 Teen Arts E x N M . throughOct25; through Nov. 1; N.J. , tirough Oct 4; tvough Oct 4; \ tvough September; N J . . —. , —at State Street Trenton,

Mad Hatter, Sept 17: The George Hackott Band, Sapt 18; County Una, Sept 19; Chat Beans, Sept 20; Bouncing Baby Boyz, Sept. 21; American Standard, Sept. 22; John & Peter's Place. 96 S. Main St.. New Hope. Pa., 215-862-9951. Otantay Jordan, Princeton Performing Arts Center, toft of 25A WNherspoon St.. Princeton; Sept. 16. 8 p.m.. 609-924-1917.

Soprano Gloria Scarano TetL Trenton City Museum, Ellarslie in Cadwalader Park. Trenton; Sept. 20. 2:45 p.m.. 609-989-3632. Victorian Engftsh Music Hal, benefit concert. Sept. 19, 8 p.m.; pianist Allan BtumenthaL Sept. 20.8 p.m.: Brookdate Community College. Performing Arts Center. Newman Springs Road. Uncroft. 201-842-3335. Jazz pianist Dardnale, Monmouth County Library. Eastern Branch, Route 35. Shrewsbury; Sept. 20, 3 p.m., 201-842-5995, free. Pianist Pater Simon, Longwood Gardens. Kennetl Square, Pa.; Sept. 20,3:30 p.m.. 215388-6741. AudMtons for The Cradle Will Rock. Princeton Inn College Theater, Alexander Road. Princeton; Sept. 14 to 16. 7 to 10 p.m., 609-9246329. Greaae, Bucks County Playhouse. Main Street, New Hope, Pa.; through Sept. 20, Wednesdays to Sundays, 215-862-2041. Lyda by Don Evans, Original Trenton Coffeehouse, basement of the First Methodist Church, Front and Broad Streets, Trenton; Sept. 18 to Oct. 10. Fridays and Saturdays. 8 p.m.. 609-989-3038 or 393-8153. Good Friends by Louis Revesz. Mill Hill Playhouse, Front Street, Trenton; through Oct. 4, Fridays and Saturdays, 8:30 p.m.. Sundays. 2.30 p.m., 609-989-3038 or 393-8153. Barefoot in the Park, Rider College Theatre, off Route 206, Lawrenceville. Sept. 18 to 19. 8:05 p.m.. Sept. 20. 2 p.m.. 609-896-5138. Engtsh Music Hal, Mercer County Community College, Kelsey Theatre, West Windsor campus: Sept 19. 23.24. 25 and 26.609-4864800. Jazz Jam Session, various artists. The Blue Ram, Rt. 532 at Taylorsville Rd., Washington's Crossing, Pa., Sundays. 3 to 7 p.m., 215-4931262. Steppbi' O u t Harrahs Marina Hotel-Casino. Broadway by the Sea Theatre. Atlantic City; daily (except Mondays), through Oct. 2 . 8 and 11 p m , 609-441-5165.

Off Nkjht Jazz, Thursdays, Original Trenton Coffeehouse. 15 South Broad St.. Trenton; 609-396-7665.


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Sept 8: Wawa of Roma, tvough Sapt 8: Amartcon Art Oaaa, tvough Spring of 1982; Sapt. 21; Art VtomanK Arts Wortcahop and tvough OctS; of a BflBj Hasp? A Photoby Roboft Worth, 13: Faoeta of the Aug. 15; Newark Museum. 49 Washington St.. Newark. 201-7334600. Wobjwoolor doiRonotroJaton by nKnoro K. KaJaar of the Til-County Art AaaooMton, Gallery 100.100 Nassau St, Princeton; Aug. 15. 10 am. to noon, and 1 to 3 p m ; and FranMn State Bar*, HWn St. Kingston. Sept 26.9to1 p m ; 609 « 6 6987. free. and p j by y Pnntmaking g f C Coundt. Henry Cheuncey Conference Center. trough October 2; petraings by Vun-Po Ung of Taiwan. Conant Hal. tirough August 14: Educational Testing Service. Carter and Rosedale Roads. Princeton: open weekdays, 9to11 am. and 2 to 4 p.m., 609-734-5569. iDubuNatAI Bghty. Guggenheim Museum. 1071 Fifth

i; Sept. 18; oriby Warren Craig. Sept 19: Eatery Amutetta. Okie English Square. Ridge Road, Monmouti Junction; 8 p.m. 201-329-2777.

Pilmeton Foil Muetc Society, Irish music, Princeton YMCA, Paul Robeson Place. Princeton. Sept. 18. 8 p.m.. 201-462-3838. ext. 354. Boys Of the Lough, Celtictost.Mercer County Community College. Ketsey Theatre, West Windsor campus; Sept. 18. 8 p.m.. 609-5864695. Pitnceton Country Dancers, i85NassauSt., Princeton; Sapt 19.3to5 p.m. and 8to11:30 p.m., 609-466-3896. N.J. J a n Society featuring Jim Roberts Septet Watchung view km. Pluckemjn; Sept. 20.3 p.m., 201-658-3643.


a) pianist Lois Shaffer, Sept. 19.8 to 930 p.m.; Guy Da Roea and Ma |azz group, Sept. 23. noon to 1 p.m.: N.J. State Museum. 205 West State St. Trenton: 609-292-6464.

FoNc Concert, with-JDave Rounsaville and . Planxty Tanner. Hunterdon County Library. Meeting Room 1, Route 12, Flemington; Sept. 10. 7:30 p.m., 201-782-1158. Leontyne Price, soprano, concert. Rutgers University. Gymnasium College Avenue. New Brunswick; Sept. 14. 8 p.m., 201-932-7084. The Prisoner of Second Avenue by Neil Simon, McAteers Stony Brook of Watchung Dinner Theatre. 154 Bonnie Burn Road, Watchung; to play continuously, for times cal1 291-322-7200. Side by Side by Sondhakn, Actor's Cafe Theatre. BtoomfieM College. Franklin and Fremont Streets. Btoomfieid; Aug. 14 to Sept. 19.8 p m . 201-429-7662. Whose Life la It Anyway? Edison Valley Playhouse. 2196 Oak Tree Rd., Edison: Sept. 11 to Oct. 11, Fridays and Saturdays. 8:30 p m , Sundays. 7:30 p.m., 201-755-4654. No Place to be Somebody, Crossroads Theater, 414 George St., New Brunswick; Sept. 11 to Oct. 11, 201-249-5560. Agatha Christies Ten Utte IndNjns. Renaissance Theatre Company, 519 Garden St., Hoboken; Sept. 11. 12. 18. 19. 25 and 26. 8 p.m., and Sept. 13.20 and 27,3 pm ; 201-792-

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G r * * k Sculpture, Rutgers An Gallery. Vooitisas Hel. New Brunswick: Sept. 20. 2 p m . 201-932-7084. free

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•wee Can Befiraenda,Toot activitiesforpreschoolers. Nature Center. Church Road. Washington Crossing State Park. THusvifte; Sept 23. 2 p.m.. 609-737-0609 ftfl end Winter Gardening, workshop and lecture, with Richard Walter. 4-H Center. Milltown Road. Brtdgewater Sept. 19, 10 a.m.. 201-722-1200. with Judy LangWe, Lawrence Branch of Mercer County Library, Lawrence Shoppng Center, Rt. \. Trenton; adult classes. Sept 28 and Oct. 5. 7:30 p.m.. 609882-9246

Youth Talent Expo, Slate Fair. Rt. 33. HamMon Township. Trenton; Sept. 19. finals and awards. 809-587-6300.

South Brunswick Public Library, Kingston Lane, Monmouth Junction; Sept. 21, five week session for intermediates, 7:30 p.m.; Sept. 28. five week session for beginners. 8 p.m.; 201-821-8224.

Sea Ya Later Ole castor, art das*. Rutgers University Art Gallery. Voorhees HaH. New Brunswick: Sept 19. 1 0 a m and n 15a.m. 201 -932-7096

Sandy Hook Workshop In Watercokx, with Pat Lafferty. sponsored by the Guild of Creative Art: Sept. 23, 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.. for location call 201-741-1441

Nature's Strangest Creatures, Spooks, AladdhVs Lamp, end The Tato of Two Wttsns. Urns, Sour. Brunswick Pubic Library, Kingston Lane. Monmouth Junction: Sept. 19. 1 p m . 201 -821 -8224. free.

Hans Christian Andersen, film, Lawrence Branch of Mercer County Library, Lawrence Shopping Center, Rt. 1. Trenton; Sept. 16. 4 p.m.. 609-882-9246. free.


29 films as art. Newark Museum. 49 Washington St. Newark; Sept. 20. Oct 17. Nov 27.28. and Dec. 26.201 -7338800. tree.


ChHdrens Chorus of the Monmouti Conservatory of Music, at Church of the NaaVNy. RUge and Hance Roade. Fair Haven: Sept 22. 7 p m . 201-741 -8880.

Israel F c * Dane* Party; Corwin Had, Princeton University: Sept 19.7:30 to 830 p.m. 609655-3841.

KaroophoHy, musical spoof, with Kaminsky International Kazoo Quartet Drew University. Madison; Sept. 21, 8 p.m., 201-377-5330. iilnrnattoml Fofc Dane Ing, instnxtion and dance, Bartlett Hail, Cook College, New Brunswick; every Wednesday. 7 p.m.. 201-9327084. Scottish Country Dancing. Murray-Dodge Hall. Princeton University campus; classes every Saturday, 8 p.m.; no experience required. 609-883-6295. Fofc dancing. Fine Hall on Washington Road: every Tuesday. 7:30 p.m., 609-924-7350.

LECTURES I Ancient A r t The Development of Greek and Roman Rgural and Animal Styles. Rutgers Art Gallery, Voorhees Hall. New Brunswick: Sept. 16.12:30 p.m.. 201 -932-7084. free. HMory of Urban Painting, with Mel Leipzig. New Jersey State Museum. 205 W. State St. Trenton; Sept. 17, 7 p.m.. 609-292-6308, free. Egypt - Tombs of Pharoahs, Thompson Park Visitor Center, Newman Springs Road, Lincroft; Sept. 22. 8 p.m.. 201-842-4000. The Effects of PoWcs and Economics on the Aesthete of Urban ArchMacture, with Jem Greenberg, Trenton City Museum at Elarsse. Caktwalader Park, Trenton; Sept. 16, 7:30 p.m., 609-393-8153. free. The Creation of an Audence for Theater. Music and Poetry in An Urban Area, symposium.-New Jersey State Museum. 205 W. State St. Trenton; Sept 19, 2 to 5 p.m.. 609-2926464. free. Edward Hopper, with Met Leipzig. Trenton City Museum at Ellarette, Cadwalader Park, Trenton; Sept. 23, 7:30 p.m., 609-989-3632. free. Creative Artists and The Law, Thompson Park Visitor Center, Newman Springs Road, Uncroft; Sept. 16. 8 p.m.. 201-842-4000.

MISCELLANY! Somerset County Photography Club. St. Johns Eoi«"onai r.hnrch, Somerville: second and fourth Tuesdays of each month, 201 -526 1186. Broadway musical. '42nd Street,' sponsored by the YWCA of Central Jersey; Oct. 17. departure time to be announced, 201-545-6622. Eyes on Trenton, two-month Arts Festival, exhibits, concerts, plays, and lectures, sponsored by TAWA {Trenton Artists Workshop Association). Trenton; through Oct. 25, 609393-2408 or 586-4800. ext 334 and 229. * Open Enrolment Weak, Hillsborough Adult, Learning Center. Rt 206, Belle Mead, and Rarttan Adult Learning Center, Washington School, First Avenue. Rarttan; Sept. 14 to 18. 201-469-2424. Open House and PuMshing Party, in honor of local author Judy Stewart's first novel .ftgv, Princeton Writer's Center. 10 Nassau St., Sept. 16. 8 p.m.. 609-924-3511.

. Route 35, Sayrevffle, Wednesday front Sept. 3d to Oct. 25. Don Brockett, , girls, skctdMsand fast action. For information call the at 20l"7Z7

Poetry Reading, with Pablo Medina and Geraldine Saunders, New Jersey State Museum. 205 W. State St. Trenton; Sept. 16; noon. 609-292-6464. free. Let1s Tafc andSktg, for senior citizens. Lawrence Branch of Mercer County Library, Lawrence Shopping Center. Rt 1. Trenton; Sept. 17. 3 p.m., 609-883-0433.

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