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Reilly sues for title of mayor by Sandra Lowich Managing Editor Councilwoman Helen Reilly has filed a lawsuit in Superior Court challenging the process Franklin used in selecting a mayor this year and seeking to recognize her as mayor. "I'm protecting my civil rights," she said, denying she was solely out for the title of mayor. At the Township Council's reorganization meeting July 1, the Republican majority party was unable to agree to a choice of mayor, .so the office went to the council member who polled the greatest number of votes in the last election — last year's mayor, Robert Mettler. However, Mr. Mettler declined the post, saying he did not wish to serve another term. According to statute, the next highest vote getter, who was Mr. Jensen, gets offered the job. In May 1979, Jensen was elected to his at-large council seat by 1,974 votes from all five ot the township's wards. Mrs. Reilly, when elected to her 2nd Ward council seat in 1977, polled 768 votes from the single ward.

Hay wagon A hay wagon rests in a field at South Middlebush Road and Jacques Lane. Its character is reflected in the 'Ford' trademark, framed by wood and earth. (Rich Pipeling photo)

THE GREATEST number of votes Mr. Jensen received from a single ward was 648, and this is what Mrs. Reilly's suit, filed on July 21 by Rinaldoand Rinaldo of Elizabeth, uses as the basis for argument. Whoever received the most votes in a single ward, should have legal rights to the office of mayor, Mrs. Reilly maintains. "Where is the justification?" when the at-large election is the one counted, she asks. As a ward member, the most votes you can get is 1000, she pointed out. "I think I have a good argument and can set up a case law." she said. Mrs. Reilly, who said she had been promised the mayor's post by several councilmen a year ago, did not have Republican" support at the reorganization. Mrs. Reilly, who has served on the council for three years, said she has "put in my apprenticeship." "It boils down to male chauvinism," was the reason she gave for her failure to get the mayoralty support from "the boys." "I'm having a difficult fime because I'm a woman," she said. "THAT'S GARBAGE, Republican municipal chairman Andrew Consovoy said this week. "She's using it as a crutch." Mrs. Reilly simply didn't have the support of Republicans and "just can't face the facts," he said. In a poll of 43 of the 54 Republican committee members taken before the July meeting to determine who they preferred to be mayor, Mrs. Reilly was mentioned only twice, he said. Mr. Consovoy went on to say she has "lost confidence" of fellow committee members. And while Mr. Consovoy

questions whether Mrs. Reilly should remain deputy mayor, Mrs. Reilly has called Mr. Consovoy "inept" and suggested he step aside. Mr. Consovoy thinks her action will hurt her in the next election. Consovoy, who lives in Helen's second ward, said people there think she's acting irrationally. But, "the people voted me in" said Mrs. Reilly, who maintains she is not worried about the next election. "The women will vote for me," she said. Will her lawsuit, coming at a time when there already is division among Republicans, hurt the party? "Probably not," maintains Consovoy. "People will see her motiviations for what they are." Republicans unsuccessfully tried to

convince Mrs. Reilly to withdraw the lawsuit. SOME DEMOCRATS as well as Republicans, are irked by the lawsuit. Democratic Councilman Philip Beachem believes her actions "are based on personal greed." "How could it be personal greed," questions Mrs. Reilly, "when on July 1 Beachem was fighting for Mrs. Warner? Did he forget what he said?" At the reorganization meeting, Mr. Beachem protested that councilwoman Frieda Warner had rights to the office of mayor. In a special election in Nov. 1978 between her and Mr. Schnatter for an at-large council See REILLY, page 18-A

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Water consultant hired John Cilo Jr. Associates of Somerville was hired last Thursday by Township Council to study Franklin's water system and provide recommendations on solutions to the low pressure and distribution problems. Water pressure has been' low in the township, particularly in Somerset, since June, when a water conservation plan was enacted. Lawn sprinkling, car washing, and pool filling have been banned for all water utility customers between the hours of 5 a.m. to 9 p.m. Customers may do such

chores from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. in accordance with an odd-even plan coinciding with household addresses. THE CONSULTANT, who will be paid $15,000, will take water system information, make a computer analysis, and then recommend shortterm and long-term solutions with cost estimates. Results of the study are expected to be available by the end of September. According to Mayor Richard Jensen, long-range solutions might in-

elude building water towers. "S clude "Shortterm improvements would be those necessary to improve the system sufficiently before next summer to avoid a re-occurrence of the difficulties encountered this summer," Clio's report states. DEMOCRATIC COUNCIL members Philip Beachem and Freida Warner voted against Cilo, while the three Republican council members See WATER, page 18-A

Glenside awarded contract

Hamilton Street to be spruced up by Sandra Lowich Managing Editor The revitilization of Hamilton Street is about to begin. Township Council last Thursday awarded a contract to Glenside Equipment Co. of Farmingdale for the Hamilton Street Revitilization Project at a cost of $236,961. Glenside was the lowest of five bidders: The project, for which council allocated $280,000 last fall, calls for roughly 13,000 feet of improvements from Berry Street to Brookline Avenue. Concrete replacement, new curbs and sidewalks where needed, and additional greenery are planned.

The project will include rampways at evergreens. Hedges will be installed every intersection for the hanprimarily in front of large commercial dicapped. areas, such as in front of the A&P and The construction work is expected to •former Acme shopping center parking lots. In addition 3,300 yards of new sod be completed this fall. will be placed. PLANS ALSO call for the planting Plant material will be installed by of 281 trees, adding to the 90 trees . which now line the street. Included spring, 1981. will be 151 "hardy" ornamental trees, such as Flowering Cherry and THE IMPROVEMENTS are an Dogwood, 8-10 feet in height, which attempt to give the street an orderly will provide an attractive floral appearance and to attract people to display. the business center. Hamilton Street property owners The 130 large shade trees will be Oak, Chestnut, Maple, and non- will be assessed for the sidewalk bearing Bradford Pear. improvements. The assessment commission will have several years to Project planners are contemplating planting about 300 additional make their report.

Adult Ed. sponsors support group for parents of mentally handicapped Arthur Rittmaster Jr. is the father of a mentally handicapped son, Glenn, who is 31, lives in his own apartment and supports himself in a job he has held for the past 11 years. Being the parent of a mentally handicapped child was tough, admits Rittmaster, who was interviewed by "US" magazine last year. In 1973, the father gave up his Wall Street job to start a non-profit support system for handicapped adults, the Association for the Advancement of the Mentally Handicapped. And now, the Franklin Township Adult/Community Education Program has been selected to participate in an AAMH parent support group program. THE SUPPORT program is planning to! help parents of mentally handicapped young adults find solutions to some of their most pressing problems and to enrich family relationships. Beginning in mid-September, the group will hold 10 weekly meetings, conducted by experienced leaders. Groups will be limited on a first-come basis. • Being mentally handicapped is a permanent condition, says Rittmaster, explaining that he started the AAMH because he knew the day would come when he would not be there to care for his son's needs. He wanted to help Glenn learn to live independently, while knowing his son would need more support than one person could give. An AAMH bulletin points out that mentally handicapped adults are able to live apart from their families, work pay taxes, socialize, love, care, grow to their potential and enjoy a meaningful life.


THE FEDERAL government's estimate is that three percent of the population is retarded. According to the AAMH definition, one of every 14 or 15 people — that would be 14 million Americans — may be mentally handicapped, an umbrella term meaning any- permanent social or intellectural impairment. And while no one likes to use labels, "mentally handicapped" includes people who are mentally retarded, emotionally disturbed, learning disabled, mentally ill, brain damaged, neurologically impaired. The AAMH can make a difference, to such people, Rittmaster declares, because the organization is part of the community. "This is where the real power is," says Rittmaster. The AAMH works with individuals in the community according to their own areas of expertise: parents, doctors, dentists, landlords, bank tellers, restaurant owners, librarians, retailers and local employers. Members (or clients) are referred to the AAMH by parents, institutions, the

clergy, schools, police, doctors, psychiatrists and other agencies. MENTALLY HANDICAPPED people need to be viewed as men and women, the organization says. They need to have an opportunity to be useful and productive, to have their special needs recognized and to be treated "as normal when possible, as special when necessary." The parent support group will be working with the AAMH professional staff so that families can learn to cope. Help for the burdened family is vital, says the AAMH. Readers can get involved and help the organization by volunteering in a program, by being an involved community resource, by assisting in fund raising or by contributing. For further information about the adult school's parent support group, call (201) 545-4229 or 873-2400, extension 221. .The Adult/Community Education Department is sponsored by the Franklin Township Board of Education.

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Off •"Who's the man behind Smithville? Mr. Smith, of course. Story on page 3. • Rock stars' reputations are not cast in stone, and Staff Writer David Salowitz takes some pot-shots. Page 4.

AS RECONSTRUCTION work is being done on Route 27 at Route 518, Route 27 property owners may be asking how much land they own. There may be a discrepancy between the homeowners and the state Department of Transportation. (Mark Czajkowski photo)

Route 27 dilemma

How much of highway is whose? The deed on Frank Camilli's property says it extends to the "south line of the Public Road known as the Franklin and Georgetown Turnpike," better known as Route 27. But private citizens and local and state officials cannot seem to come to terms where the roadway right-of-way ends. The state Department of Transportation (DOT) says it has a 99foot right-of-way, while South Brunswick planning maps, for instance, show only a 66-foot right-of-way. The DOT bases its side of the story on laws dating to pre-Revolutionary times. As far back as 1761, there is a

law that says the width of "The Great Road" from Elizabethtown (Elizabeth) to Trenton cannot be altered from 99 feet, said Charles Voorhees, the DOT'S jurisdiction control coordinator. ALTHOUGH THERE IS no one document referring to the Great Road's right-of-way, said Mr. Voorhees, the 99-foot, or 16 rod (a rod is a surveying measurement for 16% feet), is referred to in preRevolutionary and later laws. Mr. Voorhees said he thinks state law confirms laws made prior to the

formation of the United States in this case. "I think it's ridiculous," said Mr. Camilli. "I don't think it makes any sense. I would love to fight it, but I can't afford it." At 82 years old, Mr. Camilli also said he is too old to fight the state. Mr. Camilli and his wife, Mary, live on Route 27 in the area where the road is being widened and straightened at Route 518. Now, with the $1.1 million road project underway, Mr. Camilli said .

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Thursday, July 31,1980

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Lenore Greenberg elected chairwoman of national communications organization

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Before joining the NJSBA staff, Ms. Greenberg served as director of public relations for Bloomingdale's in Short Hills. She has also been a newspaper staffer, communications consultant, teacher and freelance writer and has authored numerous articles published in newspapers and magazines including The New York Times. As chairwoman of the Conference of School Board Association Communicators, Ms. Greenberg will arrange an annual national conference, will serve as a liaison bet'vveen state and national level educational communications professionals and will spearhead efforts to plan and implement coordinated public relations programs on behalf of public schools and school boards across the nation.

TRENTON — Lenore Greenberg, director of communications for the Jersey School Boards Association (NJSBA), has been elected chairwoman of the Conference of School Board Association Communicators, a national educational communications organization. A resident of Somerset, Ms. Greenberg has been associated with the Trenton-based New Jersey school boards organization for two years. As director of communications, she heads a department which produces a wide range of informational and training 'publications, including an education !magazine and a weekly newsletter, handbooks and pamphlets. She also •directs press and public relations for NJSBA and provides training and resources on school public relations.

Rutgers Preparatory School receives gift for book fund Charles and Amy graduated from Prep in the late 1950s and early 1960s. She and her husband, Harold, initially became involved in school affairs through the Parents' Association. Soon they were among the leaders of the movement to continue Rutgers Prep as an independent school and relocate it in Franklin Township. The Levys continued to be closely involved in the development of the entire Elm Farm campus, including the construction of the Field House. In addition, they helped establish the first school prom, the first class reunion and encouraged their son-inlaw, Mel Hamelsky, to serve on the Board of Trustees. Because this fund will serve as the single source of endowment support of the Rutgers Preparatory School Library, parents, alumni and friends of the school wishing to support library acquisitions, may designate their contribution-to this fund.

• • Rutgers Preparatory School has received a major gift to establish a book fund to honor the memory of Diana G. Levy, one of the important leaders during the school's transition from the Rutgers University campus to the 35-acre Elm Farm campus in Franklin Township. . Headmaster J. William Adams announced that the Diana G. Levy Book Fund has been established through the efforts and generosity of the family and friends of Mrs. Levy. Mr. Adams noted that "since Mrs. Levy maintained throughout her life an abiding interest in books and in the value of good literature, the income from this endowed fund will be used to make annual purchases of additional books for the school's library." ! The creation of this fund is an additional recognition of the role played by the Levy family over the years. Mrs. Levy's three children, Linda,

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GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Airman First Class Thomas A. Williamson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel D. Williamson of Sommerset, recently participated in Global Shield 80, a Strategic Air Command (SAC) charter of the Toronto and Ottawa Railway, the purchase of the North exercise at Grand Forks Air Force Shore Railway, and to push on the Base, here. construction of the Coleau Landing The exercise was designed to test Railway — all in opposition to Grand the ability of SAC forces to react to Trunk Railway interests," the Times emergency wartime conditions. reported. In addition to providing aircrews with realistic training, Global Shield And finally, before you grumble 80 provided training experience for about another bottled water com- support personnel, including ground mercial, think about what folks 100 and missile crews. years ago had to contend with: "Clysmic Spring Water — Positive cure for Kidney, Bladder and Liver diseases, Dyspepsia and Indigestion." JURY DUTY

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BOOM.' by Paul Savage Staff Writer While most people at the Three Bridges Fire Company's fair last week were enjoying the 50-50's, rides, games and balloon races, they were waiting for one thing in particular — the fireworks display. The fireworks are the last event at most festivities and usually the attraction that draws the crowd. In Three Bridges it was no different. People enjoyed themselves by eating some steamers or hamburgers and took their children on the rides or had a few beers to await the finale of the fair. Of course many have seen fireworks displays and this one was no different, but how many people have seen the men who set up the shows do their job? Probably, not many. It is something often overlooked when attending a display. It is also extremely dangerous. But, it is also an art, a family tradition. When all the dangers are weighed fireworks are still an aspect of everyones' summer.

DENNIS Fleck of Far Hills, pilot of the hot air balloon Astrid, loads passengers and gets ready to join the balloon race. .

George Whitehead of Lake Hopatcong and Frank Scerbo of Boonton arrive at Three Bridges shortly after dark and begin to set up the rows of three inch metal tubes which will launch the rockets and bombs five-hundred feet over the fairgrounds. They are bright enough to light up the Sourland night sky from Hillsborough' all the way down to Hopewell and Flemington but most

spectators' don't even think twice about how dangerous they really are. "It's something you have to respect," Mr. Whitehead says as he places a three inch diameter shell in a tube and ignites it. "It is my ninth year at this and it hurt at first but the noise doesn't bother me anymore. Plus I was in the service and that helped a lot. Mr. Whitehead,,and Mr. Scerbo are both related to the owner of LoRusso Fireworks Inc., Frank LoRusso, and are part of the family tradition that accompanies the fireworks trade. Mr. Whitehead has been in the business for nine years and Mr. Scerbo, who is a graduate of Virginia Tech with a degree in civil engineering, has worked part-time lighting fireworks for six years. Both men have full time jobs during the day and fill their spare time working at the LoRusso Plant in Netcong making fireworks. Mr. Whitehead has been a policeman, a semi-pro football player, a draftsman and a surveyor and now works as supervisor for Worthington Services Corporation and Mr. Scerbo is a Civil engineer for a highway engineering firm. But as soon as the whistle blows, they load the company van with fireworks and head out to the next show. "You have to get used to it." Mr. Scerbo said, "It's second nature and it took a little time but I enjoy it. that's why I do it." In just an hours' time the two have

set up the Three Bridges show and find some time to relax with some clams and a,beer at the carnival. At every half-hour interval they blast off a small chaser rocket that explodes over the festivities and then after the last 50-50 is drawn by the fire company, BOOM, BOOM, BOOM! Mr. Whitehead lights the first rocket and the whole ground shakes around. Sparks fly everywhere and it is hard to determine whether something has gone wrong. But no, the fireworks men light every single bomb by hand and one second later, after a highway flare ignites the fuse, the bombs explode. The rest of the show goes over beautifully (except for a few stray sparks). It is difficult to realize how dangerous the fireworks are, but Whitehead and Scerbo follow every rule in the book. "We travel all over the Metropolitan area doing shows in our spare time," Mr. Whitehead said, "it's really dangerous but it's something you just have to have to have a lot of care about." When Scerbo and Whitehead are not setting up and giving fireworks displays they spend their time at the LoRusso plant in Netcong making all the fireworks that they use in their shows. "We have to follow the strictest state standards," Mr. Whitehead said, "If the state inspector sees even a spent cigarette on the ground nearby, we can get fined."

Photos by Paul Savage

FIREWORKS over Three Bridges Fair.

JAMIE Mazur, 7, and brother Michael, 3, of Rahway hold on for dear life as they get "whipped" at the Three Bridges Fair Friday night.

SHARON Looke and daughter Erin, 2, of Flemington watch a score of hot air balloons over the Three Bridges Fair.

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'Last Minstrel Show/ photo exhibit wind up 'Arts for Summer Evening'

New Thought Theatre debuts On August 5 The New Thought Theatre Company will hold its debut production af. the Rutgers University Multi-Purpose room. The Multipurpose room is located in the Rutgers College Student Center on College Avenue in New Brunswick. The program will begin at 8 p.m.

The performance will include poetry, singing, and dancing. James Spaulding and The Sound Spectrum will provide musical accompliment. In addition, . several artists and photographers will display their work during intermissions. Refreshments will be served. ^

Soprano Carlotta Wilsen sings 'A Little Night Music'

NEW BRUNSWICK — Joe Taylor Ford's lively and humorous musical "The Last Minstrel Show" and an art exhibit featuring photographs by Sandi Fellman will round out the presentations of Rutgers University's "Arts fora Summer Evening" festival here. The summer festival is presented by the- State University's Mason Gross School of the Arts in association with Douglass College and the Summer Session. "The Last Minstrel Show" will open Tuesday (August 5) and run Tuesdays through Sundays through August 17. Performances are at 8 p.m. in the Levin Theater off Clifton Avenue, Douglass College. Starring world-renowned gospel singer Linda Hopkins, the Rutgers Theater Company production deals with the struggle of artists to survive when faced with a new culture that has no place for them. An evening of lively comedy and foot-stomping music, the show also features Tiger Haynes, who starred in "The Wiz" on Broadway. Other cast members of "The Last Minstrel Show" are Robert Gossett, Bill Butler, Dickie Harris, Jeff Thompson, Howard Roberts, Bob Melvin, Ralston Hill and Tom Bren-

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Carlotta Wilsen, soprano, will be the featured soloist in the Soclair Music Festival's second outdoor concert of the season at the Clinton Historical Museum Village on Saturday evening August 2, at 8 p.m. She will perform two Bach Cantatas: #202, "Weichet nur, betruebte Schatten," and #51, "Jauchzet Gott in alien Landen," with the Soclair Festival Ensemble under the direction of Edward Brewer.

movement, a gavotte, is reminiscent of a couple stepping out into a new life ahead. • Mozart's "Adagio for English Horn and Strings," with Mrs. Brewer on the English Horn, will follow intermission, and the; program will conclude with Bach's Cantata #51. Edward Carroll, trumpet, will perform with Miss Wilsen in this work, with Mr. Brewer on Harpsichord.

The concert, entitled "A Little Night Music," will open with the Ensemble playing this most famous of Mozart's serenades — "Eine Kleine Nachtmusik." Mozart composed this work while he was working on the second act of "Don Giovanni." At first glance it seems to be a throwback to the more carefree style of the early serenades, cassations and divertimentos which were designed for aristocratic pastimes rather than for the personal expression of a composer. Nevertheless, the strict economy of instruments, the flawless development of the sonata form and the integrity of each movement reveal the master's touch.

This year marks the third appearance for Miss Wilsen in Clinton, as she performed at the inaugural concert of the Festival in 1974. Last summer she sang in the "Mozart, Mostly" concert. She has many operatic roles to her credit, including Lucia in "Lucia di Lammermoor," Rosina in "The Barber of Seville," arid Gilda in "Rigoletto." She is currently teaching voice at the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor.

Bach's Cantata #202, popularly known as the "Wedding Cantata" will follow on the first half of the program. Virginia Brewer, oboist with the Ensemble, will be featured with Miss Wilsen in ' this work. The last

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Tickets are priced at $5, seniors $4, and children under 12, $2. They may be purchased at the gate on the night of the concert, or in advance at the museum. Refreshments are available, and picnicing is permitted on the grounds after 6 p.m. Parking is free of charge. In case of rain, the concert will be performed indoors at the Education Center located opposite the Red Mill. For more information, call (he museum at 735-4101.

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The Y's senior citizens are busily making plans for a big bazaar to be held on Sunday, August 17, it was reported by Helene Wolf, director of Senior Adult Activities of the YMYWHA of Raritan Valley. The event will include games, such as ring toss, horseshoes and Bingo. There will be a booth selling new and used items, donated and solicited by the group. Drinks and home-baked goodies, as WjjlT as~Tiot~dOgs, hamburgers, corn and watermelon will be the fare. Musical entertainment will be provided. "The senior citizens want to be mobile, but transportation costs are terribly prohibitive. That's why we're holding the bazaar; to raise monies to defray the costs of having a good time," explained Ms. Wolf.

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For more information, call the Levin Theater at (201) 932-9892. The work of photographer Sandi Fellman will be exhibited on theater performance nights from 6 to 8 p.m. in the Walters Hall Gallery, adjacent to the Levin Theater. Fellman has created a number of limited edition books for which she does the photography, layout, typography, printing and actual binding. One of these books, "Scarlett and Other Women," deals with the subject of prostitutes on the Mustang Ranch, which claims to be the world's largest brothel, in Sparks, Nevada. The art exhibit is drawn from this collection of photographs.

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The YM-YWHA of Raritan Valley will offer "a block-buster of a theatre bargain" this fall. Starting October, 1980 and continuing through August, 1981, there will be seven trips to the Roundabout Theatre in New York City. The season's subscription will include such masterpieces as Osborne's "Look Back in Anger," Ibsen's "Hedda Gabbler," Inge's "Come Back Little Sheba," and O'Casey's "Juno and the Paycock." The Y will provide transportation to and from the theatre.

nen. The Rutgers Theater Company is composed of professional artists and graduate and undergraduate students in the professional theater program of the Mason Gross School. "The Last Minstrel Show" will move into New York following its run at .Rutgers. A very Brooks, professional actor and assistant professor in the Douglass College theater arts department, is directing the musical. Tickets are $6 for adults and $4 for students and senior citizens, available at the Levin Theater box office.

The festive event will be celebrated outdoors at the Y's senior grove; indoors in the case of rain. The nutrition project's Site 7 Committee is approaching the project with enthusiasm. Committee heads are: James Pecararro, Eva Galins, Milton Mezey, Abe Males, Nina Meyer, Violet Gorelick and Yetta Leitner. The public will be welcome to join in the fun at 2 S. Adelaide Ave., Highland Park/

Contractors invited to submit bids TRENTON —. The Department of Transportation will receive bids on August 7 for the following two projects in Middlesex County: Resurfacing and safety improvements to U.S. Route 9 from south of Route 184 (West Pond Road) to north of Metuchen Avenue in Woodbridge Township. Work includes roadway excavation and repaying and installation of drainage pipe, curbing and beam guide rail. This 1.6-mile project is funded 90 percent by the Federal Government and 10 percent by the State and is to be completed by June 26, 1981. (DP 213) Slope and safety improvements to the Route 440 Freeway from east of the New Jersey Turnpike to the vicinity of Conrail tracks in Edison and Woodbridge. Work includes installation of beam guide rail, topsoiling, seeding and other landscaping items. This 1.8-mile project is funded 75 percent by the Federal Government and 25 percent by the state and is to be completed by June 26, 1981. (DP 214) All bids will be reviewed before contracts are awarded. The Department is an Equal Opportunity employer and contractors are required to conform to applicable civil rights regulations.

FDU TO OFFER ADULT LEARNING AUDIT PROGRAM FLORHAM PARK - Interested in attending college for personal or professional development without taking tests or going through standard admissions and registration procedures? The new Adult Learning "Audit" Program to be offered by Fairleigh Dickinson University this fall may be just what you're looking for. The Adult Learning "Audit" Program, available now on the Florham-Madison Campus, makes it possible for adults to satisfy their interest in learning by "sitting in on" regular academic classes. Adults accepted in the audit program will not have to take tests or go through the normal admissions and registration procedures required of degree-seeking students. While the courses are part of the University's regular undergraduate curriculum, there are no grades, examinations or transcripts required! Courses in the program, are being offered by the Samuel J. Silberman College of Business Administration, the Peter Sammartino College of Education, the Maxwell Becton College of Arts and Sciences and Leonard Dreyfuss College. Classes taken in the adult learning program will not be accepted as part of a degree program. No academic credit will be given for auditing a course nor will the courses be accepted for credit at a later date. Students will earn Continuing Education Units (CEU's). All courses will continue for 15 weeks during the regular semester. . The fee for each course is $80 plus a $2.50 registration fee payable only once each semester, regardless of the number of courses taken. Students will be accepted on a space-available basis, with the instructor's approval. For more information on registration and a complete listing of courses.offered, please call the Office of Off-Campus Academic Programs and Continuing Education at 377-4700 ext. 302 or 355.

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County plans at annual 4-H Fair Service with a smile is guaranteed at the 4-H Fair, where there is something for everyone at the County Tent. Fairgoers may obtain information, register for programs, and receive direct service, on-the-spot. Children can learn about county government and have fun while learning; Major features this year include the following: Sheriff's department will boost law and order in the county by deputizing "Junior Sheriffs." Youngsters will be issued cards, thumbprinted and sign an oath of office to respect law and order, thereby becoming Junior Deputy Sheriffs. County library will ieature demonstrations, stories, a film theater, and they will make up clown faces on children. The Office on Aging will provide information, register senior citizens for various programs and distribute discount directories and cards. The Board of Elections will provide on-the-spot voter registration and demonstrate voting machines. Somerset County Votech Schools and Somerset County College will provide information and registration

for courses — from fulltime degree programs to adult or community programs. The Park Commission will feature "hands-on" demonstrations and science exhibits by the staff of the Environmental Education Center. County government, multi media slide story and exhibit telling about the county and its people. Infocenter to provide general information about agencies and services available to county residents. AVA Commission tent featuring educational films and demonstrations scheduled around the clock. Other exhibits and demonstrations will be provided by the following county departments: SCETA, Prosecutors Office, Planning Board, Mosquito Commission, Mental Health Center, Womens Resource Center, Food Stamps and Welfare, and many other agencies including Extension Services (Home Economics and Agriculture, Soil Conservation). The 1980 4-H Fair will be held on . Aug. 13,14, and 15,10 a.m. to 10 p.m. at the Somerset County Park Commission's Fairgrounds, North Branch Park, Milltown Road, Bridgewater.

Blossom-end rof hits tomatoes Home gardeners with tomatoes commonly become alarmed and dismayed in July when blossom-end rot develops on their early ripening fruit. This disease shows up as a brown discoloration at the blossom end of the fruit. The discolored spot then enlarges until it covers about onethird of the fruit. Tissues beneath the spot die, and become black, leathery, and sunken. Secondary molds may develop in these black areas. Both green and ripe fruits may develop blossom-end rot; it is generally worse on the early set fruit, and seldom bothers fruits that develop later unless the plants are subjected to prolonged drought. Blossom-end rot is a physiological upset whose basic cause is the lack of soil moisture sufficient to allow the uptake and circulation of calcium in the rapidly developing fruits. Although a sudden drought period is the most common trigger, excessive soil moisture early in the season may smother the root hairs and cause the rot to occur during sudden hot weather. The rot is more serious on the windward than on the leeward side of a field, and is more common on staked tomatoes than on bush types. Otherwise, there is little or no difference between varieties in their tolerance to the disease. Several steps taken before and after planting will reduce losses. Choose a well-drained garden spot with a pH of 6.4 to 7. Use only a moderate amount

of balanced fertilizer such as 5-10-5 or 5-10-10 to keep the plants growing well but not luxuriantly — usually 1 to 2 pounds per 100 square feet is adequate at planting with another 1-2 pounds side dressed after fruit set. Delay transplanting until the soil is warm; cold soils seem to aggravate the problem. In late June when soils are warm, mulch the plants with black plastic or loose organic materials to maintain an even level of soil moisture, if side dressing with fertilizer is done, keep the amount of nitrogen low. Water judiciously during rainless periods so the soil, to a depth of two feet, is constantly moist. Don't hoe closer than one foot from the plants, nor deeper than two inches to avoid root pruning.

Swamp safaris set Aug. 11-14 Lions, giraffes and elephants make an African safari a thrilling adventure. Equally exciting creatures are a part of Somerset County Park Commission's Environmental Education Center's swamp safari. Boys and girls going into grades 5, 6, or 7 can explore the wilds and learn about the strange inhabitants of the Great Swamp. Four one-day sessions will be held Aug. 11-14. Sign up for one or a 11 four sessions. You may sight something different on each walk.

Do people shape the future or does technology? This question and many others were addressed at a recent twoday conference at Rutgers University called "Shaping Your Future." The purpose of the conference, sponsored by the Home Economics Department of Cook College, in cooperation with the New Jersey Extension Home Economics Council, was to examine the benefits and changes that advances in technology can bring to our lives in the areas of home economics, home management, and nutrition. The conference participants included extension home economists, volunteers who are members of county councils, representatives of labor unions and other members of the general public. Attending from Somerset County Extension Home Economics Advisory Council were Frances Jadach, Pat Hammesfahr, and extension home economist, Dianna Nurczyk. Beatrice May, chairman of the Home Economics Department, introduced the conference by telling the participants that "we must prepare for the future and actively participate in the decisions that will shape it." Noting that it took only four years to "unleash the awesome power of the atom" she cautioned the audience that decisions made today can dramatically change the world five to 20 years from now. Computers, advances in food science research and solar energy were highlighted at the conference as

examples of technologies that will influence the home and jobs of many. Computers will tremendously change work, study and family structure in the years to come, according to Richard A. Sillman, Rutgers University programmer analyst. Noting that the development of microprocessors had made computer technology accessible and affordable to the average consumer, Mrs. Sillman said that microcomputers could be used in the home for recreation, education, finances, home management and indoor environmental control. Conference participants watched a demonstration of a microcomputer that can be programmed to do things in the home such as income tax, stock analysis, budgeting, nutritional analysis of menus, as well as function as a burglar alarm. While the home microcomputer can't bake a cake, it can keep recipe files, making it easier and quicker for the homemaker to locate recipes. "There will always be the personal touch in the home" said Dianna Nurczyk, "no matter how far microcomputer technology advances."

during transportation, storage and cooking. In one laboratory, researchers are trying to find a substitute for nitrites. Although nitrites are useful in destroying the deadly botulism bacteria, there is also recent evidence that they may cause cancer. Other Rutgers scientists are working on new methods to identify the compounds that give foods their aromas. Conference participants saw a laboratory where researchers pack french fries into large cylinders as part of a process to identify their aroma compounds. "The implications of this research may be far-reaching" said Ms. Nurczyk. "It's possible that

french fries, as well as other foods, may someday be made from soybean extract enhanced with the correct aroma." The Cooperative Extension Services of the Home Economics Department is a branch of Rutgers University that reaches into each county of the state and applies knowledge and research findings to the problems of New Jersey residents. Funded by a partnership of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Rutgers and local county governments, Cooperative Extension program related to the areas of home economics, 4-H youth development, agriculture and natural resource management.

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the lack of air-conditioning in the "test-taker to multiply 0.61 by 5.324, not room, we were only going to take half the kind of calculation you can perof it. form easily in your head. But one look I raised my hand: "Why the math at the four answer choices told you It was like being in the 11th grade half and not the reading skills? You again. At least that's how the folks that you needn't waste your time know, us — I mean we — being multiplying: they were all the same from the state Department of number with the decimal point in newspaper people and all." Education told us to act a couple The reading half took longer to different places. weeks ago at the state library when All you needed to know was how to complete, I was told. they gave us the New Jersey "Oh." It sounded like a cover-up to deal with decimal places in Minimum Basic Skills test for that multiplication (you add the number of me. I figured the real reason was one grade level. places to the right of the decimal point of two possibilities. Either they Ostensibly given to members of the in the multiplier to those in the thought that because of our profession media as a means of answering all multiplicand — remember that term? we knew it all anyway, or else they those nosy reporters who ask, "Well, : didn't want to embarrass us. I mean, I — and that tells you how many just what skills do these things decimal places will be in the answer). heard rumors that our newspapers measure, anyway?", the exams were If you didn't know that short cut or would be classified by our perundoubtedly administered to the press have any concept of decimals, you formance on this thing. to garner more publicity for the threewere sunk, no matter how good your Now my math skills are good enough year old state testing program that multiplication was. Fortunately, I was to put two and two together and come will play an important role in the always good with multiplying up with the facHhat math is not my upcoming classification of school decimals. forte. That's why I'm\a writer. I districts. v y In all honesty, I did have some started to panic. The education reporters from the trouble with the test. Out of the 90 Suddenly, I remembered I knew daily newspapers and electronic items, I got four wrong. But with more than I gave myself credit for. media (how come there's no weekly reason, I emphasize, with reason. I Working on a newspaper, believe it or electronic media?) took the test on can explain my mistakes and clarify not, has given me an excellent op• Monday while we weekly writers were my intentions. portunity to practice my subjected to it oh Thursday. This is why working for a newspaper mathematical prowess, and creatively LET ME TELL YOU right now, we no less: the monthly expense account. had it tougher. Now granted, in their articles on the following Tuesday, the Let me tell you, juggling numbers and dailies revealed some of the answers receipts so you get back a lot more to the test. And we were given the money then you spent is no small same test (a move that would get the mathematical feat. And I only got state in a lot of trouble if we were 11th caught once. They handed out the test booklets graders instead of fourth estaters). But we had.the most difficult problem and, as instructed, I pretended to be in of all: trying to write an original ar- 11th grade. I immediately took out the ticle on taking the test after the dailies answer sheet and smelled it and made used up all the decent feature ideas. some sarcastic comments about filling out 'yes' on the form to indicate Sex to If you care about what the test was impress the cute blonde reporter next like you've probably already read one to me. Apparently also acting the part of the dailies' accounts. Here you're of a high school junior, she ignored going to find out my experience taking me. the test: my hopes, my fears and most THE TEST WAS NOT very difficult. of all, my excuses. It's the only angle It was all multiple choice that, for the that hasn't been used. most part, dealt with the knowledge of First off, I was a bit unnerved when simple mathematical formulas for they told us we were taking only half of calculation and computation shortthe test — the math half. We were told cuts. that because of the length of the test For example, one item asked the (about 90 minutes for each half) and

comes in handy for a test-taker: he has a forum in which to explain his mistakes. There is no longer only 'right' and 'wrong', there is also 'wrong, but with reason.' Sometimes you can be too sure of yourself. For instance, my apparent ease with shifting decimal points caused my downfall on one item.The problem was 9.3 divided by 100. Easy, right? Move the point over two places to the left, and you got .093. Well I looked at choice A, 930, and knew that was wrong. B was 0.93.1 saw the three numerals, paid no attention to the decimal point, and marked that letter on my answer sheet. Of course it was wrong, but my style in writing decimals is not to put a zero before the decimal point. The correct choice was 0.093. I claim test bias' against my style of writing decimals. ANOTHER MISTAKE due to an oversight was my response to "35 is what per cent of 70?" I figured, that's easy, 35 is one-half of 70. I looked at choice A, it was Va%. I forgot about the percent asked for in the question, blanked out the percent sign in the

answer, and marked A on the sheet. The correct choice, of course, was 50%, but that was choice D; I didn't even look down that far. I feel I should get credit for recognizing the fractional equivalent for the correct answer. A minor calculation error on my part resulted in my dividing 670 by 5 (such an easy item!) and coming up with 132 instead of the correct answer, 134, Stupid, right? But apparently not that stupid because the test-makers had 132 as a choice, obviously expecting that very mistake to be made (what are the odds of that happening? ). In all fairness, my answer was the closest alternative to the correct answer; a much better choice than the other two possibilities, 110 and 114, which weren't even in the ballpark. Why can't math be like horseshoes, where closeness counts too? I'm sorry but division with zeros has always confused me. So it came as no surprise that I chose the incorrect answer to the problem that asked me to divide 9,201 by 41. Whether you

arrived with a zero in the quotient or not (I could never figure out how you can tell), both answers were possible choices. I picked the wrong one, okay? I admit it, I was wrong there. Nobody's perfect. Maybe my mind was on the blonde, I don't know. Needless to say, I was pretty embarrassed by the number of mistakes I made. Particularly when I saw that most of the other writers only had one or two wrong. Some even had a perfect score. I felt much better though, I must admit, when I saw that the cute little blonde reporter made 10 mistakes. The state folks scored the tests and announced that we all met the standard. Not only that, but our mean score was 97 (no thanks to me and the blonde), a marked improvement over the measley 96-point something-orother that the daily writers scored on the math test. All of which proves what everyone knew already: writers for weekly newspapers are smarter than those on dailies.

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Highway (Continued from page one) the state is trying to take several feet of property which he thinks belongs to him. He said the state even destroyed a monument that marked the end of the right-of-way, 33 feet from the center line. He has hired a North Brunswick lawyer to represent him in the matter. A STATE SURVEYOR told Mr. Camilli that some trees on his property could be saved from being destroyed in the construction work, he said. But he found this not to be the case upon his arrival home one day. "Me and my wife were out one day," said Mr. Camilli. "When we came home, one tree was down." Mr. Camilli said he first heard of The Great Road issue, also referred to as King George's Grant, in the spring. "They're guessing it," said Mr. Camilli. "Somebody along the line said they owned six rods and that's 99 feet." Beyond the area that the state claims it owns, said Mr. Camilli, a small area was purchased from him by the state. According to records in the South Brunswick Tax Assessor's Office, the additional area is .005 acres. Tax Assessor Edgar Renk said his office would probably look at the property change but probably not reassess it. Mr. Renk said a reassessment could raise, lower or not change Mr. Camilli's property taxes. "If you want them to widen the road, they (DOT) say it's only 66 feet," said David Engel, South Brunswick Township-Planner. "If they want to acquire land for free, they (refer) to the King George's map."




Water (Continued from page one) present at the meeting — Jack Cullen, Robert Mettler, and Helen Reilly — voted for the firm which was recommended by Township Engineer James Pettit. Mrs. Warner, in voting against Cilo's proposal, said that none of the four firms who submitted project proposals could guarantee immediate resolution of the current pressure problems. She also expressed concern that the expenditure was authorized without a review by the entire ninemember council or Township Manager Harry Gerken. Her motion to table awarding of the contract was defeated.



(Continued from page one) seat, she received more votes than Mr. Jensen did in the May, 1979 election. However, after talking to attornies, Mr. Beachem did not pursue the matter because "the statute is clear," he said. "Even if the Democrats had sued, it would have been the party against the town, and not initiated by one individual, he maintained. Mr. Beachem is playing politics, Mrs. ReilJy contends. After all, it was Mr. Beachem who first advised her to "look into the idea," she said. ADVISED



Mr. Camilli, who has owned the property since 1950 and lived on it for about 39 years, questions what the state plans to do in areas where buildings are in the right-of-way path. These areas would probably include Kingston where some buildings may be in what the state says is the Great Road's right-of-way. Mr. Voorhees said he thinks the state would pay a non-historic structure owner to move the building if it was in the right-of-way but not pay for the land taken. He said he thinks the owner would have no right keeping a building there if the state needed the land. In the case of an historic building, an environmental impact study would probably have to be taken to determine if the state could legally move the building, said Mr. Voorhees. He said the DOT would probably never go beyond a 66-foot right-of-way on Route 27. To go beyond the 66-foot right-of-way requires the filling out of additional paperwork within the DOT. Although Route 27 has been a state road since 1918, he said Route 27 should become a major county road. He said Route 27 does not serve the purpose of a state road, moving traffic throughout the state.

SIMMONS hide-a-beds Simmons Mattresses & Box Springs Sofas - Chairs - Loveseats LAMPS - some still •% price Butcher Block Furniture iRt. 2 0 6 R o c k y H i l l - Montgomery Shopping Center] Mon.-Thurs. 10-6 Friday 10-8 Sat. 10-5

BUT THERE ARE cases where The Great Road has been actually widened to 99 feet. The Route 27 PrincetonKingston bridge is one example, while the Route 206 widening near the Squibb facility, Lawrence Township is another example. Although the Squibb facility is on Route 206, The Great Road includes Route 206 from Princeton Borough (where Route 27 ends) to Trenton. DOT lawyers have advised the DOT that it-should protect the interests of the state's residents by keeping the 99foot right-of-way. Councilman Beachem said Cilo's "sketchy, two-page report" was "not the way to go." He also questioned a statement in Cilo's proposal which indicated an engineer apparently not associated with the firm, Fred Yoerg, would complete part of the study. • IN OTHER BUSINESS, council authorized Township Attorney Thomas Cafferty to appeal Superior Court Judge Wilfred P. Diana's decision on the Harrison Towers Case. Owners of the 314-unit apartment complex, located on Eaton Avenue, sued the township on the basis the rent control law is confiscatory. On July 7, Judge Diana upheld the township's rent control ordinance, but ruled that as it applies to Harrison Towers, it was unconstitutional. ridiculous!" Mr. Beachem responded. "Why would I do that? It wouldn't benefit me at all." The case, which Township Attorney Thomas Cafferty said is the first under the statute that he knows of, will be heard in September. Mr. Cafferty will not be able to handle the case since council votes asra body to appoint him. Council must hire another attorney. Council must meet to discuss passage of an emergency resolution authorizing funds be put in the legal account, which is now depleted, Mr. Cafferty said. Mayor Richard Jensen, who stated he "couldn't add anything to what's been said," indicated that council will meet on August 4 to respond.




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FOR SALE: Liquor Store in Hightstown. Call 609448-1991 after 6. Principals only.

CRAFTSPEOPLE DESIGN YOURSELF a unique opnew way of life. Full portunity business in expanding time/part time. Realize craft village. Inquiries your ambitions through invited from persons oi the Shaklee opportunity. proven talent: basket Bonus program, bonus weavers, tinsmiths, car, travel. For further caning & rushing, information call your weavers., potters, local i n d e p e n d e n t blacksmiths, etc. Only Shaklee Distributor those with a sincere Wayne Selfridge or Beth desire to build a business Ellins at 609-890-2061. should apply to: Jean Smith, 201-782-8550.

BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Deliluncheonette in an excellent Montgomery Twp. location. Newequipment, immediate possession, low rental. Call now, asking $22,000. Neighborhood Realty Group USA, Mid-Jersey Realty, Piscataway, 201846-4300 or 254-1700. PART TIME - Direct sales & management business opportunity. No quotas or limits. Nystrom Assoc, 609-9218831. OWNEB SAYS SELL 21-23 w: Delaware Ave Pennington, N.J. the center of town. A nice quiet town with plenty of business bustle, zoned retail business. 3 bldgs, consisting of 3 excellent shops & apt. The apt far from ordinary. Live-in investor wanted. Leases copies in office. Owner looking for offer. Qualified buyer 20% down, 30 yr. mortgage Call today for further information. JAKE WOOLUM, Realtor, Member MLS, 609-7371550. $100-51000 a week, part time full ' time, sales persons, managers, & demonstrators. Ground floor opportunity. Call Mr. Knight, 609-466-3097

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BE A SUCCESS in your spare time, couples or individuals. Pleasant, profitable work. Your independent Shaklee distributor will train. Call Beth Ellins or Wayne Selfridge at 609K90-2061.

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Marketing Fee Pd. Computer Services High visibility position sophisticated individual related RESEARCH COMPANY w/computer - Looking for par- sales exp. IBM hardware ticipants for sales of floor and software, interface maintenance system with top corporate ofdesigned for "self use" ficers of maj. Fortune by 7-Eleven type of 500 firms, 30% travel convenience stores, N.Y.C. - Atlanta. Salary to 35K similar small retail outlets & small supermarkets. Call or write: GEROTOGA Philip Kaftol, University Research Products, 170 Broad St, Red Bank, NJ 609-924-9200 07701, telephone 201-842201-249-8300 9247. S1000/MO. PART TIME

Exciting business opportunity available through expanding local distributor of national company. Full training provided. Work 15 hrs/wk helping others to start their own business. Ideal for professional or business person. Offers travel and tax benefits. For appointment call Bob Ellis at 609-924-6773.

HEAL ESTATE SALES Weidel Real Estate Inc., one of Central New Jersey's largest firms has 2 positions open in our newest office in Lambertville. Learn the intricacies of financing investing, listing, selling, and leasing. Residential, commercial & farm sales, 1 week in-house training course after state licensure. Call Fred Nix at 609-397-0777 for confidential interview.



COUNTDOWN TOWN Create a perfect balance for a career. Princeton based firm is seeking an experienced bookkeeper who can work with an automated system, handle A/P, A/R. G/L and Trial Balance, and keep company aware of cash flow. Very pleasant offices, good benefits, including pension. Come to TOWN today. Always fee paid.

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Dietary Assistant part time hours 3 p.m. to9 p.m. must supply own

transportation Foothill Acres Nursing Home Neshanic, N.J. call Mon-Fri 9-4 201-369-8711

LIKE PLANTS? Like people? Earn $100-$300 per week selling soil free plants. No investment. Call Arlene 201-297-3658 or 238-3233. THE CRANBURY MARKET - convenience grocery/deli. - now hiring for full & part time positions. Starting mid Aug. to early Sept. Exp. desirable, but not nee. 609-655-3220, 655-4321.



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Wanted TELLER - Full Time for Princeton Office. Experienced preferred. Paid benefits. 609-924-0076 ext.30

REAL ESTATE FOX & LASZO IS SEEKING SALES ASSOCIATES FOR PRINCETON, PRINCETON JUNCTION, BORDENTOWN AND HAMILTON TOWNSHIP. We are offering income plus graduated schedule & that's just for openers. At Fox &Lazo, you'll find the broadest training & marketing support services in the Real Estate Industry. That means you'll have more than 24 benefit packages to offer your clients & Customers. You'll be supported with the most powerful marketing & advertising program in the Delaware Valley. With our 92 year tradition of service, our diversity & planned growth, your career can take any of several directions: Residential Sales, Commercial / Industrial, Corporate Relocation, Sales Management, Ground Development, New Construction, plus other opportunities. The real estate business is changing. By creating change, Fox & Lazo is trying to insure that this change will be for the better. IF YOU'RE INTERESTED IN CHANGING THE INDUSTRY, call Jack Burke at 609-924-1600.

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S H I P P I N G & RECEIVING to $13,000Stock room operator. Experience with inventory control, record keeping & cataloguing. New facilities. Electronics firm. Unbelievable benefits. Fee Paid. Rogers & King Personnel, 609-771-6900.

...department needs your typing and steno skills to assist sales manager and interface with customers. Corp. headquarters, gorgeous . environment and a great boss. Benefits include dental and company cafeteria. No fee. Call for details & appt. ASKFOR LOHRAINE DAVIS


1. To work on the most advanced military systems, at the very limits of the state-of-the-art. 2. To be involved in a vertically integrated in-house chips to systems operation, wilh the most sophisticated equipment and processes available, including multiprocess capability and a heavy commitment to VLSI and VHSIC technology. 3. To use the resources of our elaborate large-scale on-site computer, center. 4. To take advantage of our advanced CAD/CAM capabilities. 5. For the stimulation of frequent contact with other General Electric research operations. 6. For the satisfaction of working with a highly competent technical staff. 7. To enjoy the living and leisure advantages of Utica, New York— a low-cost community offering year-round sports, educational and cultural activities. 8. To advance your career by making the most of our present technology a'nd helping us find new applications.

We have openings now in: • • • • • • • • • • •

Analog/Digital Design CAD/CAM Technologies Digital Logic Circuit Design Electro-Optics and Laser Sensors Infrared Imaging LSI/VLSI/VHSIC Microelectronics Processing Microwave Circuit Design Phased Array Systems Airborne Radar Systems Aircraft and Space Avionics

• ASW Data Processing Systems • Computerized Test Systems (ATE) • ECCM Communications Systems • EW Systems • Microprocessor-distributed Systems • Navigation and Guidance Systems • Reliability Systems Engineering

We're looking for these backgrounds: Hardware: BS/MSEE, plus some experience in design, development and testing of sophisticated systems. Software: BS/MSEE or CS, plus some experience in real-time control system software. Take your first stop to Utica. Please send your resume and salary history lu Mr. Thomas J. Todd, General Electric Aircraft Equipment Division, Aerospace Electronic Systems Department, French Road, Utica, N.Y. 13503. U.S. citizenship required.

ETS, long a leader in the specialized, growing & important field of testing, advisory and research activities for .education, government and business, is a place to learn and grow professionally. Assignments are varied...modify and maintain complex routine computer programs, design and code same from specs; design, test, debug and document new/modified or changed computer programs; code job control language; write documentations; design related forms/formats/charts (draw from charts); debug/trouble shoot operational programs 1 when required; estimate time and offer knowledgeable support to programmers. Requirements: an associate degree with courses and experience in math, computer programming/science or the equivalent, plus minimum 1 14 -2 years work experience in computer programming using FORTRAN. Knowledge of statistics essential as is ability to operate TSO terminals, card reorders, and keypunch, etc., as support. Career prospects at ETS are favorable...benefits are exceptional and difficult to equal in coverage and value, including vacation time which starts at 4 weeks.



Counties helpful. Must have own transportation. Call Georgette 609-5867733. DENTAL HYGIENIST - 2 days a week to work in a . general practice with high emphasis on preventive dentistry. Experience necessary. Send resume with references to Box ,#03112 c/o Princeton •Packet. PHYSICIST (B.S.) Prestigious national firm. Electronics / communications circuitry bkgd. Military exp. a plus. Start §18,000. Fee Paid. Call Tina Bradley, Royal Personnel Servi'ces, 690 Whitehead Rd, Lawrenceville, 609-9897200.

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Part Time Bookkeeping-Clerk The Princeton Packet has a part-time position available in its bookkeeping department. This is a non-routine job and would be excellent for someone who is good with figures, can type, handle calculators and deal well with people. The hours are flexible, up to a point, but will probably average 20 hours a week, but may develop into full time work. If this appeals to you please call Christopher Chianese, 609-924-3244.

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COMPUTER OPERATOR $13,000. Fee Paid. National firm. IBM 370 or HONEYWELL. DOS. Career growth. All benefits. Call Pat Carrol, Royal Personnel Services, 690 Whitehead Rd., Lawrenceville, 609-989-

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SALES MANAGE- Housewives, LAB. AIDE-High school MENT income, grad or equivalent to be supplemental part time. We train. Call trained for testing of for appt. 201-782-5943 or varnishes and resins. No 609-397-3010. experience necessary. Call John C. DolDh Co., (201) 329-2333 for ap- SCHOOL SOCIAL pointment. WORKER - East Wind-


OS, COBOL. CICS a must! Full bens. Never a fee. Super opportunities Call Dick Simon 6((9-89(j9470.


sor Reg. School District, 384 Stockton St., Hightstown, NJ. Patricia Brown 609-448-3660, ext. 203. Equal Opportunity Employer F/M

NURSERY SCHOOL aide, Tues., Thurs., am. Call by Aug. 5. 201-8219558. To 10.5K

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For top Princeton Corporate Headquarters firm. Strong background in corporate Industrial Liability & Property Insurance and/or have worked with major corporate brokers. Versatility to work in pension funding helpful. Excellent benefits. Salary 25K. Fee paid.

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2+ yrs. exp. Saving & loan. Excellent typing and customer service required. All benefits, never a fee. Call 609 8969470


SOMEONE TO - pick up daughter Thurs. & Fn from school in Princeton and babysit at their home till" 0:30pm. Call evenings 201-359-3,059. BOOKKEEPER - Immediate full • time opening for experienced full charge bookkeeper. Excellent company benefits & pleasant surroundings working for real estate/insurance agent in Princeton. Please send resume to Box 003234 c/o Princeton Packet.

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We are currently looking for qualified applicants for our major Princeton area client to provide them with people on long and short-term assignments. If you have experience in the following:

Vacancies currently exist for RN's and LPN's in several different areas of a centrally located State facility for the mentally retarded. Recent pay increases, excellent benefits package, civil service status and great promotional opportunities. Call to arrange an interview and tour our facility. OUR RESIDENTS NEED YOU! Please call now 609466-0400, ext. 306.

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fast track individual with 4-6 yrs. exp. Super benefits. Never a fee. Call 609-896-9470 or write P.O. Box 3166, Princeton, NJ 08540.


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S.E.C. reports, r e s e a r c h . F.A.S.B. Computer field exA.I.C.P.A. perience. Customer SUCCESS interface. Fee paid. Rogers & King Per- Our international client has a dynamic spot for a sonnel, 609-771-6900.

TRAINEESHIP - for Home Programmer for 14 yr. old autistic child. Experienced with special education or emotionally disturbed children preferred but will train. Apprx. 20 hrs. alternating weekends in Rt 130 at Black Horse La. child's home plus 6 No. Brunswick, NJ 08902 training hrs. per week. For apprx. total of 64 hrs. (201)297-1230 per month. $5500 for Sept. 1, 1980 to Aug. 15', SALESPERSON - full or 1981. Health & life inpart time. Knowledge of surance. Call 609-924Mercer & Middlesex 6280.

NURSES AIDES and orderlies - full or part time, 7 am - 3:30 pm, 3 pm - 11:30 pm, and 11 OFFICE ASSISTANT pm-7 am. must have own transportation, call MonFri 9 am to 4 pm 201-369- Excellent Princeton firm 8711. Foothill Acres needs someone to pick up Nursing Home, Amwell mail &: distribute, use telecopier, Xeroxing & Road, Neshanic, N.J. other diversified duties. $160/wk. Fee paid. CLERK - 3 nights a week in our deli - Call 609-7990530.

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Data Processing Manager To32K RELOCATABLE 11/70 Experience, Are you ready for ad- PDP in charge of financial vancement? Ready to systems and' apleave the 40 hour grind? Or thinking of re- plications. Excellent co. entering the job market? & bens. An Equal OpWhatever your reason portunity Employer. Call for change, let GETTY Dick Simon 609-896-9470. PERSONNEL help!!


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EARN 2nd Income - Secretary 10.4K Responsible individual V.P. MARKETING with supporting spouse Needs you to help run sought by successful busy office. Steno & area business man for accurate typing. Growth expansion of existing potential, good benefits. business. Call eves. M-W- Call 609 896-9470. F 6:30-7:30. 609-443-3014.

> CLIENT COLLECTIONS Princeton area .service companv seeks bright, responsible, articulate person to undertake responsibility for encouraging customers to pay bills expeditiously, utilizing telephone skills and ability to generate inventive correspondence. Position also includes some receivables recording and other clientinteraction tasks. Some relevant experience preferred but not mandatory. Typing helpful. Starting salary to $12,000. Send resume or letter describing background and interests to Box #03223 c/o Princeton Packet.


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WANT TO BE Appreciated & compensated for doing a good 10b? Mastergraphx is looking for a talented multi-1250W press operator and manager that will contribute' to this new company's growth. Call 609-924-0825 For appt.

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BOOKKEEPER - full charge thru financial statements. Real Estate & Insurance Office. Fine Opportunity. Offers learning & growth. 609924-1600.

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Sys/Analyst $25K PDP-11/RSTS 2-4 yrs. PDP-11/RSTS. BASIC+, BASIC II or FORTRAN desired. Systems support position, no applications. Duties include Systems PAINTERS - & painter's Programming, , Small assistants. P a y > ac- Systems Mgmt., User cording to experience. Assistance. Excellent 201-874-3347. bens. Never a fee. Call Dick Simon 609-896-9470. Confidence respected. CHILD CARE, light hsekeeping, live-in 4 * SELECTIVE days/wK. So. Brunswick. Aft. J2pm. 201-329-2871. PERSONNEL*

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SALES HELP - leading gourmet store. 5 day wk, Tues-Sat. Full time permanent (not a summer job). Retail exp. desirable but wijl train. 609-924-7755.

Secretary To $225 LAND THIS ONE Wanted for dynamic Princeton Company. Good steno and accurate typing a must. Super. benefits. Never a lee. Call 609-896-4970.

PRINTER - Must be experienced in all phases of offset printing, particularly Itek & Multi, for quick printer. Profit snaring, blue cross, plus, plus.. Call Mr. Britt, 609392-0782.

* SELECTIVE PERSONNEL * 3131 Princeton Pike Princeton Pike Office Park Lawrenceville, N.J.

TYPESETTER - ex- LOCAL RADIO Station perienced Comp/Edit or has an interesting full SALES PERSON Comp/Set operator time position for an alert, SECRETARY PrinSALES Large National Billion dollar company w/additional talent for intelligent individual. ceton consulting firm. Sales Firm expanding seeks 2 sales persons for mechanical paste-up The ideal candidate must •Subsidiary of. large base of well established expanding marketing work to start in late possess good secretarial inational banking incustomers in N.J. Full office. Opportunity for RECEPTIONIST Good August. Beginning wage . skills and be a well stitution. Good typing benefits. Base income & management available skills required. Word typist with varied duties $5/pr. hour. Call 609-924- organized, responsible commission. 609-896after training period. self-starter. The position processor experience & and responsibilities for 0825 for appt. Send resume in con- „-_„ Rte. 130 2350. stenographic ability Princeton ad agency. involves the day to day fidence to P.O. Box 5012, GETTY Hightstown, NJ helpful. Salary com- Salary dependent upon scheduling of Trenton, N.J. 08638. qualifications. Good CASHIER Full & part mensurate with ex& com609-448-6500 PIANIST M/F TO acEqual o p p o r t u n i t y TFIIDO time positions available perience. Full benefits. benefits. Call 609-799-3800 EXPERIENCED PHY- programming mercial material. You employer m/f. ItmrO 609-896-2323 company prof, male with the largest retail 35 hour week. Please call for interview. SICIAN'S asst for Pework closely with 1527Finnegan's La singer for evening, club audio chain in the 609-452-1575. diatric Office. Duties will management Bank Bldg. d a t e s . Musical Delaware Valley. Exto incld lab & front office personnel. If you&feelsales you HOUSEKEEPER - part No. Brunswick, NJ knowledge of Rodgers, perience preferred. LIVE-IN - help needed procedures. 609-924-5510 qualify, you can expect a time for motel in Some evenings & TICKET AGENT - for professional couple bet. 12:30-2. 201-821-6750 Hart, Porter, & Mercer good starting salary & SECRETARY - Legal weekends required. Call Mature person for Hightstown - Windsor pref. Needed immed. experience position. with 2 yr. old. Duties excellent paid benefits. preferred but- Wall to Wall sound at 609- permanent area. 609-448-8637. Call aft 6pm 609-737-2560. will include babysitting, train. Pleasant 799-4040 and ask for Miss Benefits. Will train. Call Contact Chuck Wilson, ENGINEER / ELECManager.-Mon-Fri., 9-1. household work, some MAINTENANCE PER- 609-924-3842. working conditions & Benton. meal preparation. Ex609-924-7750. excellent benefits. Call EXPERIENCED baby- TRONIC $29,000 - BSEE. for apt. cellent salary, weekends SON sitter needed once a Circuit boards, computer SALES - Bulls Eye 609-448-0016. complex. Apply in background. Systems. off. Hopewefi area. Call week for a lively 9 mo. Unlimited of Kingston, MAG CARD 609-466-3172 after 6pm. person, 102 Hickory P R I N C E T O N i n d u s t r y . distributor 4th GRADE TEACHER- IBM old boy of European P r o c e s s of metal, Corner Rd., East WindC O M P OSER Quality Assurance! parents. Somerset area. Software helpful. Fee cutting tools and in- RN'S / LPN'S - 11-7:30 Private school seeks Educational Publishing company sor. No phone calls....» publishing teacher for small, selfd u s t r i a l s u p p l i e s , Call 201-873-3492. seeks cheerful, inPaid. Rogers & King seeking •intelligent, shift. Call 609-448-7036. contained 4th grade house located in Prin- CASHIER - and related telligent, well-mannered Personnel, 609-771-6900. ambitious person for class. Background in art ceton needs experienced work in children's Software Engineer receptionist to work full typesetter Mon-Fri SECRETARY The & music desirable, sales position. Exclothing store. Full time, To 25K time. Must be able to classroom evenings. Call 609-924- days. Pinocchio, Mercer ENGINEER $27,000 perience preferred, car Gallup Organization is elementary work independently. PL-1 5338. seeking a person with experience required. BSEE. S o f t - Clerk Typist Mall. $175 necessary. Benefits and Super company in im- Duties include answering good organizational Hours: 8:15-12:15. Call paid expenses. Reply ware/hardware, Product PERSONNEL DEPT. mediate need of data the phone, ordering design. P r o j e c t 40 wpm typing & dic- Box #03248, c/o Princeton skills & the ability to Mrs. Mullen 609-924-5858. BRIGHT, RESOURCEbase m a n a g e m e n t office supplies, & light NATIONAL COMPANY work w/numbers. Full responsibility. Assem- taphone. Fantastic Packet. specialist 360-370 en- typing. Call 609-924-5338 FUL secretary needed Career Opportunity time position. Interesting bly, Z-80 micro- benefits including tuition vironment, COBOL and for appointment. for frantic architecture w/all fringe benefits. Market R e s e a r c h CLERICAL WORKER processors. Fee Paid. refund. Never a fee. Call firm. Exc. phone Train sales management FORTRAN a plus. Never Rogers & King 609 896-9470. CHILD CARE - for 2>/2 related work. 609-924- permanent part time. manners, typing & is qualified to $300/wk a fee. Call Dick Simon. 9600, ext. 278. E.O.E. Hours flexible. Excellent record keeping skills req. Personnel, 609-771-6900. month old baby starting with training allowance. 609-896-9470. typing and vocabulary Reply Box #03238 c/o By ELECTRONIC TECH or Sept, preferably in my * SELECTIVE appointment call Mr. skills required. Will Princeton Packet, Engineer to $26,000 home, 609-883-8103. Connors, 201-722-3990. consider recent high Heavy exp. Performance Programmer/Project PERSONNEL * E.O.E. * SELECTIVE graduate if testing, fabrication, R.F. Manager To35K school 3131 Princeton Pike ENGINEERING GUIDANCE COUN- HIGH qualified. Call Carolyn at circuitry, debugging. V I S I B I L I T Y Princeton Pike Office Pork PERSONNEL * Ability to build TECHNICIAN SELOR - East Windsor Experienced in CICS, 609-924-7865 for an apBIOLOGY/ PHYSICS R.F. & Systems/Programmer Lawrenceville, N.J. Reg. School District, 384 3131 Princeton Pike Instructor - required to Excellent opportunity for L.F. equipment. Fee Assembly Language, pointment. To35K Stockton St., Hightstown, Data prepare student for Princeton Pike Office Pork paid. Rogers & King an individual with 2 years' Communications REAL-TIME NJ. Patricia Brown 609- Telecommunications,DaMCAT. 609-799-2043 after Lowrenceville, N.J. Personnel, 609-771-6900. technical background, Assembly Language, 448-3660, ext. 203. Equal ta ORGANIST - choir 5pm except Tues., Base working and 1 -2 years' experience. COLLECTORS Opportunity Employer manager, excellent co. director for small FORTRAN or BASIC. Duties include bread•Immediate openings for F/M. Presbyterian chruch in Don't miss this one! We | SECRETARY ELECTRONIC and bens. An Equal boarding, wire wrapping, need your Real-Time ELECTRONIC Collectors. Collection TECHNICIANS TECH Opportunity Employer. area. 609-799-1479. testing prototype inexperience!!! Super co. agency experience Growing computer - Assoc. degree. Please call Dick Simon strumentation, both & benefits. Call Dick $18,000 desirable. Trainee position LIVE-IN COMPANION - 609-896-9470. memory products Engineering lab enanalog and digital, inELECTRONIC TECH Simon 609 896-9470 also available. Top salary to elderly woman in manufacturer in Prinvironment. Bio-medical $17,000 - Analog & digital cluding micro-processors. and commission plus Mercerville area. Some ceton area is seeking inresearch. F e e paid. b a c k g r o u n d . Read Good growth potential. company benefits. Ex* SELECTIVE * SELECTIVE dividuals with knowledge Rogers & King Perschematics, test inContact Gary Schnerr for 25g9 2420° U S e k e e p i n g - 6 ° 9 " cellent opportunity for of digital circuiry, some sonnel, 609-771-6900. struments. Troubleshoot furtfier information. growth. Hospital PERSONNEL * to component level. PERSONNEL * experience helpful or will collection bureau. 3131 Princeton Pike train 2 or 4 year EET 3131 Princeton Pike Metrology bckg. a .plus. 1 We are presently seeking GARAGE SALES RATE Princeton Pilce Office Park ELECTRONIC LABORATORY Calf Personnel graduates Fee paid. Rogers & King Princeton Pike Office Pork a highly motivated inPRODUCTION TEST 9 a.m.-12 noon SPECIAL LISTING IN Lawrencevlfle, N.J. Lawrenceville, N.J. DRAFTSPERSON Personnel, 609-771-6900. C.L.A. orM.T. dividual to assist in the (609)452-9280 CLASSIFIED PAGES Electronics background. Expanding Production completion of regulatory PART TIME 3131 Princeton Pike Princeton Pike Office Park Lawrenceville, N.J.


Equal Opportunity Employer M/F

Test Group has immediate openings for electronics techs with experience in trouble shooting analog and digital circuitry. Tech school graduate with 0-2 years' experience required,! • Contact Bob Perry.

ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE BOOKKEEPER Responsibilities include cash receipts and billing on an automated bookkeeping machine for an active service organization. Must possess above average skills in organization, accuracy, flexibility;, dependability and initiative as well as in the ability to communicate effectively.


DRAFTSPERSON Mechanical and electrical layout for development and production of industrial/research products. Related experience preferred (1-3 years). Contact Larry Kianka.

Applicants must have bookkeeping experience and typing is required. Starting salary is $9,114. and we offer an excellent benefit program. Interested applicants apply to:

Liberal Company Paid Benefits


Good typing and dictaphone skills required. Knowledge ol medical terminology a must. 2 to 3 8-hour days per week. Apply to Box #03222 c/o Princeton Packet.


We are looking for someone to assist in the preparation of a French teaching program. Native fluency and teaching experience required. Send resume to:

BERLITZ 1101 State Rd. ReuirchPirt, BuildiniO (609) 924-1500 « t . 221 •/o/iM/F

for Princeton Advertising research firm full or part time in office. Edit and type verbatim responses to questions about TV commercials and magazine ads. Please contact:

MAPES AND ROSS, INC. 1101-P State Road Princeton, N. J. 08540 609-924-8600


perience required including teller background, sales oriented individual with pleasant phone manner. R E C E P T I O N I S T : high school grad, good typing skills (45-50 wpm), pleasant phone manner, personable, well groomed businesslike appearance. H E A D TELLER: 3-5 year teller experience in an active office. Proficient with figures, good supervisory ability. Apply between 9-11 a.m. ro 2-4 p.m. in Personnel Office on 3rd floor.

Due to an unexpected increase in workload, we have a new requirement for a mini-computer operator to work the evening shift. This is an excellent opportunity to join an expanding manufacturing company that is a supplier for many major corporations. We offer a competitive salary and a comprehensive package. Call William Coleman at 609-466-3400 or send resume to Dept. WC 3, Kooltronic Inc., P.O. Box 300, Hopewell, N.J. 08525.

An Equal Opportunity Employer

Contact Personnel Dept. (201)874-4000

Must have good stenographic and typing skills. Personnel experience a must. Excellent salary and benefits package. Princeton area.




Do you have a real estate license that's not being used to best advantage? If you're willing to invest the time and effort it takes to become a million dollar producer, Weidel is willing to invest their time and money in helping you achieve this goal. Our free local training programs, progressive sales approach, international relocation service, outstanding reputation and membership in 6 multiple listing services are all geared to help you succeed. We are a multi-office company that we feel affords you more advantages than a franchise. We presently have openings in our very attractive PRINCETON office.

_ Carrier Foundation Bella Mead, New Jersey

76 Nassau St. • Princeton, NJ 08540 • (609) 924-5400


For confidential interview CallNorma Greaves 609-921-2700

ACCOUNTING Expanding- Princeton organization has the following openings: ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE Experienced . preferred. Responsible for daily cash s receipts, bank deposits and invoicing. Knowledge of CRT and printout.

Summer's not over yet. We still have plenty of temporary work in the Princeton-Hightstown area. Interview hours: 9*3% m.

ACCOUNTS PAYABLE Experience preferred. Responsible for processing vendor invoices, checking, coding and verification. Input to computer. Knowledge of CRT and printout.


35 hour week. Excellent benefits.

3564 Quakerbridge Road 609-586-9531

Call Personnel, 9 AM to 12 Noon (609)452-9280

If no answer: 609-586-5898

ACTION Packaging Equipment Manufacturer with excellent growth potential benefits and working conditions seeking enthusiastic self motivated people to fill the following positions: Field Service Techs. Machinists Mechanics Electro mechanical ability with knowledge of schematics and blue prints • required. To arrange interview call 609448-9210.

Should be able to work independently, knowledge of PC board taping helpful.

ASSEMBLERS Responsibilities are for all types of electronic assembly operations (hand soldering, stuffing, component preparation). Some experience helpful.



'The nicest people work for Swift, why don't you?



609-924-8500 for immediate interview.




Call Personnel Dept.

Gall Joe Durcanin at 609-466-3400 for appointment

iqual Opportunity Employer


609-921-1047 201-874-3222

Princeton area firm. Figure aptitude and some experience posting bank reconciliations and journal entries. Excellent benefits including dental plan and tuition refund.


Equal Opportunity Employer

C R E D I T CLERK: high school grad, accurate typing (45-50 wpm), ability to communicate effectively, pleasant phone manner.

Responsible, talented and caring for pediatric group dental practice. Starting August ' 18, 1980. Challenging and rewarding' position with top salary and fringes. Experience preferred.


Equal Opportunity Employer M/F

Kathleen McGrath Business Services Dept. P.O.Box 909 Trenton, N. J. 0S605

Rt. 518, Rocky Hill, N.J.




Monday to Friday, 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Experience preferred. Excellent working conditions. Benefits prorated for part time employees.

Equal Opportune Employ M-IY/H



Responsibilities are for incoming inspection of electronics components and in-process inspection of electronic assemblies. Some inspection or electronic assembly experience helpful. Call or send resume to:

Jim Ackers 609-799-0071 DATARAMCORP.

submissions and take charge of our research library. Strong typing and organization skills necessary, Library Science a plus. This is an ideal position for a secretary with initiative to assume a challenging opportunity under minimal supervision. As a member of the Johnson & Johnson family of companies, we offer an excellent family benefits package and a salary commensurate with your ability. For an appointment please call our Personnel Department.


Princeton-Hightstown Rd. Cranbury, N.J. 08512

Washington Crossing, N. J. (609) 737-3700, Ext. 293 EqualOppty. Employer M/F/H

SET UP POWER PRESS M/F Experienced in setting up dies in power presses. Progressive dies with automatic feeds. Blanking and piercing dies, wales set ups. Good starting salary and benefits. Call Tony Kluepfel 609-466-3400 between 9 am • 3 pm.

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Previous management experience needed to carry out the administrative responsibilities for the Nursing Department on the evening shift. B.S. preferred.

• NURSING CARE COORDINATOR Emergency Room out-patient department.

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Progressive exposure to management responsibilities and previous E.R. experience a must.


Contact Betty Sheridan, 201-725-4000, ext. 368,- for additional information.



An Equal Opportunity Employer M/F

Equal Opportunity Employer

Week of juiy July ou-August 30 - August i, 1, iy»u 1980 weeKoi

Help Wanted Secretary SecretaryJr. Jr. to$180 to|180 Build your experience with this well established Princeton based firm. This position requires accurate typing and NO steno. Excellent benefits. No fee. Call 609 896-9470.

* SELECTIVE PERSONNEL* 3131 Princeton Pike Princeton Pike Office Park Lowrencoville, N.J.

WORD PROCESSOR part time. Immediate opening for someone to work part time in our typing department. Hours flexible but would prefer someone able to work 12 - 5 p m . Previous experience on IBM Mag Card or similar equipment essential. For more information please call 609-924-5900 ext. 237. Opinion Research Corp. No. Harrison St. Princeton, N.J. 08540

Help Wanted

Your choice of the best career opportunity for you ... Permanent Full-Time 2nd shift 4 p.m. -12 p.m. Temporary Part-Time Available Soon First Shift Where else could you have such flexibility in choosing your work schedule than with McGraw Hill? One of the world's largest publishers, we operate one of the largest computer centers in Central Jersey. That means real opportunity if you're experienced with keying alpha numeric data via keypunch/verifier, and key-to tape disc or direct entry device. Technical school training or 3 to 6 months experience required Good salary, plus (for permanent fulltime only) shift differential and comprehensive benefits. Attractive working environment. On site parking. To apply call '

(609) 448-1700 ext. 5014

McGRAW HILL, INC. Hightslown. N I 08520 Afuu.'i'ira>'1iinil)*"i|>loi" V I

Help Wanted Chemist


CLERK TYPIST Princeton company has opening for articulate individual with excellent typing skills and pleasant phone manner, to work in customer service department. Pleasant atmosphere, congenial co-workers & excellent benefit package. Please phone for appointment, 609-4528900. ' ,

PERSONNEL * VACANCIES - High School Science Teacher $11,000 - $20,000 - N.J. standard license for the teaching of science with emphasis in chemistry. Experience preferred. SUBMIT RESUME: Dr. Stephen L. Sokolow, Superintendent Upper Freehold Regional School District, 3 South Main Street, Allentown, N.J. 08501 Attn: M. Sue James - 609-259-7258. Deadline: August 11, 1980. An Equal Opportunity Employer

* SELECTIVE PERSONNEL * 3131 Princeton Pike Princeton Pike Office Park Lowrenceville, N.J.


3131 Princeton Pike Princeton Pike Office Park Lawroncovillo, N.J.

LOOKING FOR A JOB where you make a difference? The directors of the Educational Opportunity Fund & Financial aid are looking for the secretary who enjoys meeting & dealing with people, has excellent clerical skills, (no shorthand required), wants to work independently, can organize effectively and finds figures fascinating. We offer a 37',2 hr. week. Starting salary of $8,800. Exc. benefits. If you are this special person call Miss Scopelliti at HOMEMAKERS - make Westminster Choir your own hours. Sell College, 609-921-2982. Sarah Coventry Jewelry. No investment. 201-521-1049, 201-521-1264, NEEDLECRAFT DE- 609-587-9625. MONSTRATORS needed part & full time, high 35K earnings & bonuses. Will Engineer PLANT/FACILITY train. Call collect 609-448B.S.M.E. or equivalent 4058. required. Bkgrd. in maintenance, conSECRETARY - Major struction etc. of plant/ area firm. Exec, level. facilities. Knowledge of Excellent career oppty. EPA rules & regs. Super" Plush surroundings. co. Never a fee. Call 609 Benefits. $12,000. Fee 896-9470. Paid. Call Kris Martin, Royal Personnel Ser* SELECTIVE vices, 690 Whitehead Rd., Lawrenceville, 609-989PERSONNEL * 7200. CLASSIFIED DEADLINE FOR CANCELLATIONS IS NOON MONDAY

Prestigious national service organization providing recorded educational material seeks experienced . Production/Operations Manager with proven track record.

We are looking for someone to assist in the preparation of 'a German Language teaching program. Native fluency and teaching experience required. Send resume io:

3131 Princeton Pike Princeton Pike Office Park Lawronceville, N.J.


BERLITZ 1101 State Rd.

1101 State Rd.

$30,000 salary range plus attractive benefits

(609) 924-8500 ext. 228 e/o/e/M/F

25K Supervisor 25K COMMUNICATIONS Fortune 100 Company requires a supervisor to direct the day-to-day operation of a Central Telephone Office. Develop and implement work schedules for the installation of customer circuits and CTO equipment. Excellent benefits. Never a fee. Call 609-896-9470.


WAITRESS / WAITER - attention housewives earn while your children learn, part time days, choose your o,wn hrs, apply in person, Buxton's, 84 Nassau St., Prn. ACCOUNTANT - Cost 1+ yrs. exp. will secure ^excellent future with local manufacturer! Super benefits. $17,000. Fee P a i d . Call P a t Carrol, Royal Personnel Services, 690 Whitehead Rd., Lawrenceville, 609989-7200. TYPIST - Major firm needs personable to fill spot in friendly office! All benefits. Start $135. wk. Fee Paid. Call Kris Martin, Royal Personnel Services, 690 Whitehead Rd., Lawrenceville, 609989-7200.

SPANISH We are looking for someone to assist in the preparation of a Spanish teaching program. Native fluency and teaching experience required. Send resume to:

BERLITZ Research Park, BuildinfO Princtlon. X I. O9S4II

Help Wanted

BLACK PROF. COUPLE PERSONNEL* - (teacher/Ed Psych.) 3131 Princeton Pike seeking housekeeper/ Princeton Pike Office Park babysitter for 10 mo. Lawrencevillo, N.J. baby girl to start in Sept. Hours 8am to 4:30pm. Mon-Fri. part or full ADVERTISING COtime. Call 609-924^1056. ORDINATOR Top notch firm. Assist director in new corporate advertising BANK TELLER - Ex- in-house perienced or will train. dept. Career secured for Salary open. Call Ms. strong support in all around advertising know Erickson. how - specifically media buying / publications. GETTY PERSONNEL Call Lcri Wise 609-8820030, 586-5898, 215-295Route 130 5036. Never a fee. Swift & Hightstown Swift. G09-448-6500 609-896-2323


IDEAL CANDIDATE should have considerable electronic background in an industrial environment. Magnetic tape duplication experience desirable. RESPONSIBILITIES include the management of several supporting departments.


Help Wanted

Masters • or • PhD in organic chemistry. 5 plus experience in 'We are looking for an yrs. outgoing person with polymers. Research as gooa typing skills for our opposed to analytical Fortune Busy Real Estate office environment. in Princeton. Must like to 100 Company. Excellent work with people, benefits. Never a fee. flexible hours, approx. 16 Call 896-9470. , hours per week. Call Norma Greaves. Weidel Real Estate, Inc. (609) * SELECTIVE 921-2700 for appointment.

Manager 20K SALES PROMOTION 2-3 yrs. exp. in sales promotion. Set up Our companies a r e promos., to calling for your skills. m o t i v a t e campaigns salesmen, Join Apoxiforce, A-l in support of sales force, Temporaries for long or c r e a t e promotion short-term positions in literature. Fortune 100 your local area. We pay c o m p a n y . Super high rates and never benefits. Never a fee. charge a fee. Stop in Call 609 896-9470. today.





Apoxiforce 82 Nassau Princeton 609-924-9205

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JAPANESE We are looking for someone to assist in the preparation of o Japanese Language teaching program. Native fluency and teaching experience required. Send resume to:

Help Wanted CUSTOMER.SERYICE Leasing company located in Princeton is looking for individual with business experience interested in handling customers questions 7 correspondence and maintaining statement of account. Pleasant and busy office; excellent benefit package. Please forward resume to: Box #03250, c/o Princeton Packet. MOTEL NIGHT CLERK - a job for someone who enjoys direct contact with the public. Must be dependable & trustworthy. Will train, gd. salary. References nee. Call Town House Motel 609-448-2400. ACCOUNTANT/JR. Get your foot in the door of this major corporation! Full charge bookkeeping plus college accounting. 12K. FEE PAID! Call Ms. Erickson.



Rte. i:») Hightstown, NJ (iO!)- 448-6500 609-896-2323 WELCOME WAGON Choose your own hours in part time career meeting people. Car needed, training provided. Openings in Hightstown, West Windsor, Trenton & surrounding areas. Call 609-924-2040 or 201-7663262 or write 29 Ann St, Bernardsville, NJ 07924. EOE. Technician 25K PRESTIGE COMPANY 4 plus years experience as RF-IF Technician - Knowledge of layout & fabrication techniques. T.V. receiver and tuner exp. a plus. Excellent Denefits. Never a fee. Call 609 8969470.

* SELECTIVE PERSONNEL* 3131 Princeton Pike Princeton Pike Office Park lawronceville, N.J.

1101 State Rd. RBtjrch Part, Building 0 Princeton, N.J. 08540

Classifieds Work for YOU (609)924-3250

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Full time rotating shifts and weekends. Must have Blue Seal license for boiler operations or have Black Seal and be eligible for test.


Please send resume with salary history to Box #03251 c/o Princeton Packet An equal opportunity employer M/F/H

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in N.J.

Positions available






rehabilitation facility in central N.J.

Contact Personnel Dept. Tues.-Fri., 9-12




benefits. Call or write Physical Therapy Dept. (609)


Ext. 256.

SOMERSET MEDICAL CENTER Rehill Avenue Somerville, N.J. Equal Opportunity Emplovor



MORRIS HALL HEALTH & REHAB CENTER 2381 Lawrencevitte Rd. Lawrenceville. N.J. 08648 Equal Opp-.Mtumlt fmjloyirtf

*_ „„/„ : i ._.._ : .. Tribologist 30's RESEARCH PhD in eng. mech., mech. eng. or disciplines relating to tribology. Exp. in experimental research and development relating to friction and wear. Exp. with concentrated contact phenomena is valuable. Super co. Never a fee. Call 609-896-9470.

* SELECTIVE PERSONNEL* 313) Princeton Pike Princeton Pike Office Park Lowrenceville, N.J.

NEW JERSEY MONTHLY - is looking for a good typist to work as assistant to the advertising dept. then take over the word processor when it arrives. Good benefits and salary. Call Nancy Pritchard 609-9217576. WEEKEND COMPANION - for elderly lady, not bedridden. Friday PM to Monday AM Must drive. 609-9241744. Data Proc. Fee Pd. Challenging career opport'y for key individual - three yrs. exp. IBM 370 VM environ., masterwork proj. for maj. Fortune 100 Co. Salary to 30K

GEROTOGA 609-924-9200 201-249-8300

TELEPHONE SALES Expanding Princeton Publishing Firm has art opening for telephone sales person. 25 hours per week. Salary plus commissions. Seeking people with ability to communicate effectively with Corporate and University decision makers. College degree helpful but not necessary. Must be articulate, organized and able to work with a minimum of supervision. Phone 609-924-5338.

EXECUTIVE SECRETARY To The Director of Psychiatry Full time. Good salary and benefits. Excellent typing and steno skills required. Experience working in a medical office helpful. Contact Personnel Dept. Tues.-Fri,, 9-12 noon

Entry level position in our busy, fast moving Personnel Dept. Requires at least 1 yr. personnel clerical experience and some secretarial training including good typing and steno skills. Must be able to deal effectively with the public and be able to work under pressure. Some math aptitude helpful.,


Call Personnel, 9 A M - 12 Noon (609)452-9280

Mathtech, Inc., the technical research and consulting division of Mathematica, Inc., is seeking secretarial support for its economics department.' We seek candidates with the following qualifications for our Princeton Office.

Equal Ocporl'jmt, Em,iln,er V A H



Rehill Avenue Somerville, N.J. Eqiuil Opportunity Employer


EXECUTIVE SECRETARY Princeton Savings and Loan has an opening for a mortgage processor in its Princeton Office. Experience in processing of mortgage loans is essential, typing required, paid benefits. Contact the personnel office at:

PATSCENTER INTERNATIONAL New Technology and Science Center

Engineering Technician Up to $18,000

Electronic Development PA International, a worldrenowned professional organization, is setting up the fourth of its technical facilities (PATSCENTERS) in Princeton. A these centers we conceive and develop innovative, market oriented products with a high technology content for major manufacturing companies such a Black & Decker, Corning, Eaton, GE, ITT, Philips, Sylvania, Xerox andZeiss. We are currently expanding our development team. An experienced and practical technician can take up an exciting challenge within this stimulating environment where an achiever can make a significant contribution to the center's early growth and success. Specifically you will be responsible for building and testing prototype hardware in both laboratory and pre-production stages.

609-924-0076, Ext. 30

This requires 2-4 years of experience in an electronics environment working at the forefront of technology. Hands on experience in microprocessor based products is a definite plus. Although primarily concerned with electronics, the position requires the ability to make and assemble small mechanical components. Broad career horizons will undoubtedly result. An excellent benefits package is offered. For information call (609) 452-8616 or send your resume in complete confidence to Dr. Tony Warren. PATSCENTER INTERNATIONAL INC. Princeton Division 707 Alexander Road, Princeton, N. J. 08540 An equal opportunity employer

PRINCETON SAVINGS AND LOAN An Equal Opportunity Employer m l

ComVideo Systems Inc. A rapidly expanding CATV company located in Central New Jersey seeks a qualified individual for Chief Technician position. Successful candidate will possess 4-5 years CATV experience in plant/operations area including: • • • •

Installation and Repair Construction System Maintenance Supervisory Experience Preferred

We offer excellent growth potential, liberal fringe benefits and a progressive working environment experience. Salary commensurate with experience. Kor more information direct a comprehensive resume including salary history to: ComVldeo Systems Inc. Box 489 Ball* Mead, Now Jersey, Now Joney 08502 An Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/H

Help Wanted SR. TYPIST - Princeton based r e s e a r c h firm desires well organized individual with excellent typing skills for a permanent full time position. The position involves a heavy typing load including some statistical typing. Complete benefit package. 38-3/4 hour work week. To arrange for an interview please call 609-924-5900, ext. 237. Opinion Research No. Harrison St, Princeton, N.J. OH54O COUNTER PERSON for print shop. Typing essential, 609-924-0900. COURIER For Princeton prestige company. Must have own car, gd. appearance, people oriented. Salary $150 + mileage. Benefits & fee paid. Princeton Employment Agency 609-924-9134 bet. 10-3 Chemist 21K TECHNICAL SERVICE Experience in water & waste . treatment required. 1-3 yrs. exp. in labs. Design and conduct studies at pilot plants, write reports with recommendations. Prestige co. Never a fee. Call 609-896-9470.

* SELECTIVE PERSONNEL* 3131 Princeton Pike Princeton Pike Office Park Lawrenceville, N.J.

SECRETARY - Local firm offers challenging position to match your experience! Pleasant working c o n d i t i o n s . Excellent benefits. S10.400. Fee Paid. Call Kris Martin, Royal Personnel Services, 690 Whitehead Rd., Lawrenceville, 609-9897200.


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• Provide administrative and secretarial support. • Minimum 3 years administrative secretarial work • Very organized, able to work with a minimum of ..supervision and able to coordinate and supervise independent work projects. •Accurate typing — must be able to handle a large volume of report typing and preparation.

Help Wanted '^i.. _..'..:-• Technicians 22K COMMUNICATIONS 1-3 yrs. exp. in central telephone office operations. Installation and repair a t customer premises. Knowledge of private line and data testing. Telephones company experience and/or common carrier central telephone office experience is required. All benefits. Never a fee. Call 609 896-9470.

* SELECTIVE PERSONNEL * 3131 Princeton Pike Princeton Pike Office Pork Lawrenceville, N.J.

CHEMIST / CHEM ENG - B.S. with min. 1 yr. general lab exp. Exc. opportunity Nv/prosperous environmental firm (water / wastewater). Start $19-$22,000 + depending on experience. Fee Paid. Call Tina Bradley, Royal Personnel Services, 690 Whitehead Rd., Lawrenceville, 609-9897200. BABYSITTER WANTED - l-5pm M-F, for 7 mo. old baby. Start Sept. 1, call aft "lpm 609-4489213 ask for Monica.

BABY SITTER - in my home, mornings own trans, to and fro. Twin Rivers. 609-443-5549.

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DATA PROCESSING EDUCATION CONSULTANTS WE'D LIKE TO MV1TE YOU INTO OUR WORLD Wo are Sperry Univac's Worldwide Education Center, located in Dayton, New Jersey (near Princeton) and we specialize in data processing education. If you are experienced in computer technology, technical education, or educational technology, we think you'll like joining us. In our center, you can utilize your data processing and educational background to enhonce your career opportunities and earning capability as well. What's more, you can do this all in a creative, exciting and challenging environment. Our continued growth ond success in marketing large ond small scale as well as minicomputer systems throughout the world hos increased the need to provide our employees ond customers with quality education and training in the uso of our hardware and software products. If you qualify for one of the following career opportunities, this exciting world could open to



Required knowledge of state-of-the-art computer and the ability to develop course materials and teach our employees and customers how to use SPERRY UNIVAC software. Several years of programming, systems analysis, or computer marketing experience is required. Teaching experience or an educational background is desirable.

SALES TRAINING AND COURSE DEVELOPMENT Requires the ability to develop course materials and teach our field sales force about products and how to sell them. Previous experience in selling medium to large scale computer systems, ond mini computers is required Teaching experience or educational background is desirable.

SECRETARY • Provide secretarial support • Very organized and able to work with a minimum of supervision • Accurate typing — must be able to handle a large volume of report typing and preparation. Excellent salary and benefits package. Call or write, including resume and salary history (indicate position desired) to B. Primas.

MATHTECH, INC. P.O. Box 2392 Princeton, N. J.

08540 609-799-2600, Ext. 2526 An equal opportunity employer.

COMPUTER MAINTENANCE TRAINING & COURSE DEVELOPMENT Requires some experience in maintaining commerical or military electronics or computer equipment and the ability to develop course materials and teach our customer engineers how to maintain our computer systems equipment. Teaching experience or educational background It desirable. SPERRY UNIVAC it growing rapidly and can offer you unique career opportunities as wall at an attractive compensation t benefits package. For further Information, call collect (215) 5422546 or tend your resume and salary history to Adele Barbato.

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All research is machine washable solid mothers. Responsible setting through group NOTICE - to Mr. E: pis Wayne, N.J. (201) 256-carried out in England. colors: Times blind box ads.0448. gold, moss green, CUT VELVET SOFA & 2 Don't delay. Send now kelly green, caring mother will watch interaction. Certified pick up your refrig. 0202. within the course of one beige, aqua,' chairs, end tbles, tble Carnation PI. soon as for further information blue. Only $5.98 \Yeok. She received in- MOTHER OFFERS your infant or toddler in group leader. Offices in poss. + 50c lamps, chrome & glass to Meadowcrest, P.O or call 609-882-4361. terviews with 6 (and .was Childcare Guaranteed. No cocktail tble, 2 Rya rugs, for my home full time. Princeton and Kendall Box 577, Dept. 5, postage. hue;! on the first one). preschoolers (2-5 yrs).Reasonable rates, quiet Park. Contact B. Blank, Cash. Send check to My drapes & rods. 201-821SEEKING RIDER to Stanhope, NJ 07874. 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Are you up for a CAPTAIN'S desk - pine T.V. $125. 201-359-3057 wk (7 days), 1-195 to saniples of our work 396-9644 after 5pm. after 5. Great Adventure Exit, We are trestle 195 Nassau St., Prin- challenge? without fee or obligation. table, pine turn left, over bridge & THE BAHAI FAITH looking for someone with matching pair cutceton, N.J. 08540. 201-359-5948. Unity of Mankind, TWIN COUNTY Country a Winnebago or other velvet chairs, tool boxes, FIREWOOD - mixed follow signs. MY SUMMER passenger - carrying h a n d housekeeper seeks full Universal Peace. For Day School, opening in t o o l s , load $90. per dump truck RESUMES UNLIMITED time live-in position. 201- information write: 1807 Sept. Nursery & day care vehicle to drive/tran- miscellaneous items. 609- load. Will deliver. 609TABLE SAW, 10" on Wm. & Mary Common, center in Kend. Pk., hrs. !SUMMER SPECIAL! - Your complete one-stop 873-3740. sport 2 couples to 924-6332. 466-1779. 7:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m., -ELECTROLYSISrolling stand $90; 1978 Somerville, NJ 08876. resume service featuring Saratoga Springs, N.Y. ages 2'i; - 5, nutritious Free consultation & 15 for the weekend of Aug. bench seat for Chevy resumes professionallylunches, creative nur- min. treatment. Also 22-24. The pay is ex- RADIO SHACK TR- GOLD & SILVER van, blue, good cond., written to highlight your CHILD CAKE - Mother qualifications, expertly with child care esp. THE WHOLE EARTH sery & after school body waxing. cellent and the weekend S80COMPUTER - Level • Testing Kits for sale - for $60; old oak dresser go .onto program. Call. 201-297typed & duplicated. For forming small play and- CTR will Wendy 690-448-5219 will be fun and ad-II 16K. Expansion in- complete information w/lg. mirror, $125, firm. personal, confidential learning group. Private reduced hrs beginning 9340 or 297-7635. venturesome for you.terface 16K. Mini disks, send stamped envelope 201-329-2083. service call 609-448-0701. home, lunches provided. July 28th' until Aug. 23rcT Call after 7pm, 609-921- printer, many programs to Kenneth Miller, Rt. 1, 7579. available. Full system or Box 115, Lawrenceville, IBM EXEC, typewriter Infants & toddlers Summer schedule will be CHILD &FAMILY FALL PREVIEWS any at 30% off retail. 609- NJ '08648. Satisfaction 17" carr. model D, IBM welcomed. Walter C. as follows: HOME COUNSELING guaranteed. CAREER, JOB search & Black School area. 609- Hours: Closed Mondays, 737-0886. At their own home, child recon. $350 9-4. 201-329educational counseling - 448-4337. Tues-Fri 10am-2pm Theatre - Music & family learn how to 7685. I'M 35, 6'0," handsome; Testing & Resume inThurs&Frieves, Art Dance cope with problems professional, athletic, BIKE GIRLS, 5 spd, 26" DESIGNER - Studio cluded. 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Interests dwrs. $110; 60" pine top tables, $350. 609-924- by Jim Red Cay. Full care to your infant or Reserve a . lodge or begin Julv 7th at the Come join us Fridays at include theater, travel, hutch $150; purple shag 3915. campangolo. Side pull 8:30pm. Program this rug 9x12 $40; several DID YOU MISS your child in her home at very condominium of your Rocky Hill Community antique brakes by Cinelli. $600. week - ballroom dance bikeriding, Spring Cleaning? Or do reasonable rates. Call for choice while ample space Center. Call 201-35 hunting and concerts to trunks, var. sizes; all GAS DRYER - gold, exc. 609-466-0096. lessons. $3 donation. good cond. 201-874-5939. cond. $125. Call 201-236you just want your home information, 201-359-8487 is avail. Call Welcome mention a few. I would Singles C h r i s t i a n like to hear from an Aboard Travel, 609-921cleaned? Weekly so you or 201-359-1830. 2241. Fellowship, Presby- affable woman (20s 3350. can enjoy the summer or FIREWOOD V i cord Church, 320 early 30s). Reply Box GE HEAVY DUTY NURSERY SCHOOL - terian your children. Then call Princeton Cooperative N. Main St. Hightstown. 03237 c/o Princeton hardwood/ split/ del- FRANKLIN STOVE - electric dryer, aut. us at 609-393-3578 or 448- CHILD CARE - in my ivered/stacked. $20. Call home. Full or part time. N A S S A U never used. US mfg. 9- sensor control, Vi yrs. C O O P - Nursery School - A 609-448-3265. Packet. 7313. 609-443-6945. pipe, screen & grate, old. Must sell, $125. 201Experienced. Refer- ERATIVE Nursery creative and flexible 359-4495. $175. 609-737-9391. ences. 609-448-2755. School offers a full environment answering the needs of each child. MOVING apt. sale. day program (9-3) or a ALCOHOLICS AnonyEXP. MATURE DOUBLE CEMETERY everything goes. morning nursery school An open space facility lawn crypt, Princeton mous Help and Almost Woman (cert, first aid Liv. rm furniture, lamps, DINING • ROOM fur- POOL TABLE SALE with multi-age program (9-12) for3& 4 year olds. WOMAN SEEKS days Information. Call 609-934- chord member) will care for Memorial Park, no Hundreds of organ, school desk, niture, custom designed, Save 3.4, or 5 days your child in her Belle work on busline. Call 609- Located in Riverside -(2',2-5yrs). reasonable offer refused. 7592. Dollars on all, new, used contemporary, good drapes, pictures, storm Coop ana Non-coop School. For further inMead home. Spacious 989-7124. 609-586-6428. 609-883-8617 & antique pool tables. & screen door, clothes, condition, formation call 609-921- operlings available. Call yard for play. Hot meals Come in ana make your eves. toys & misc. household Grace Johnson (609-4667787 or 896-0260. COST OF LIVING - got best deal. Free inprovided. Very reas. items. Bargains galore! 1862) or Laura Morrison SINGLES stallation. Princeton rates. Call 201-359-2640. BABYSITTING - in my WORSHIP you down? If you have a 609-448-9250 after 5:30 (924-2007) for memspare room in your home. Reliable mother. CRAFTERS WANTPool Tables, Route 518, SERVICE every Sunday pm, or weekends. bership info. USED FURNITURE home, you can improve Hopewell, NJ 609-466Infants & Toddlers. Hot ED - for Princeton at 12 noon. Come this FOR SALE RELIABLE - Princeton lunch. 1717. Lawrenceville. YWCA's 7th Annual Sunday and hear three your income by selecting Day School Jr. will do 609-882-3817. singles discuss their life a housemate safely GE REFRIG - 12 cuft, C r a f t W o m e n ' s Assortment of all kinds house & pet sitting, through the Roommate PORTRAITS PAINTED Marketplace to be held - Single or group. Most and faith. Hightstown Finding Service. For great for student. Best of furniture for the home. OUTSTANDING VALUE moving, painting & most offer. After 6 call 609-443Presbyterian Church, 320 Saturday, November 8th. types of yard work. — on used typewriters. 2 media. 609-448-8967. N. Main Street. 609-448- info, call 609-924-5153. 1345. Lawrenceville area. 609- HOUSE CLEANING - Entry application can be Skillman Furniture IBM Standard C models, 3265. obtained by calling the 896-9194. Window cleaning, floor pica type, 13" & 16 212 Alexander St. YWCA at 609-924-4825, washing & waxing, carriages, $250 each. Call Princeton, N.J. 08540 SINGLE. SEPARATED. MAHOGANY BUFFET general cleaning on ext. 23. 609-921-2900 weekdays 96 ft long, good condition. 609-924-1881 Widowed. Divorced Personals EXPERIENCED House- weekly & monthly basis. 5. FLY TO NANTUCKET Hours: M-F, 9-5 Join nur great crowds at $200. Call after 6 pm. 609cleaner desires work to_. Call 609-587-8857 after 5 in 8 seat cabin class twin .Washington Crossing Inn 443-5771. Sat. 9-1 IF YOU ARE INfill in schedule*. 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Box refrigeratjon defrosting, Located across the street $150 ea. 201-359-1379 after AMERICA'S LOVE- 384, Island Heights, N.J. 11x22.5 on rim, tubeless silver polishing, waxing from the Ethel McKnight 6 P.M. WALL UNIT - 6' walnut used. 609-448-0375. WANTED - Bumblebee T0'"ANN" of Princeton- LIEST Nudist Resort on 08732. 201-270-0933. hardwood floors, steam School. 609-448-5338. with lighted bar, hifi & colonies for research. I met you at the Singles 35 wooded acres. Large cleaning carpets & storage; walnut dinette Call Dr. Roberts 609-924- Forum on July 18. I was heated pool in a glade laundry at negotiable table, 4 chairs,'hutch; beside a brook. ,'KAY'S Introduction DINING ROOM SET rates. T h o r o u g h , CLEANING LADY - 5714 eves. sitting on your right - Volleyball, badminton, Service - all ages. Meet a MUST SELL everything - 42" round Brancusi T available for light or homasville pecan, washing machine, color dependable, local marble cocktail table, r e m e m b e r ? 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EXCELLENT TYPIST tact St. David's Counoffice, excellent frost-free upright, $200; aft 6. For in- GOD IS NOW| Wanted - I'KKGNANT'.' with legal & language E X P E R I E N C E D - welcome. seling Serv. 609--448-8851. electric condition. Original cost 4-drawer steel filing (French) experience; Educated local lady is formation call 609-771- questions about higher , /•- 'WANT HELP? $625. Sacrifice $210. 201- cabinet, $80; elec. BICYCLE/COLUMBIA,. theses, manuscripts, available as companion, 0172. MKTIIKIGIIT states of consciousness (VI.1. dissertations. IBM good student bass guitar, mint 26", boys, red, 3 spd, gd. (iO!t-77l-!)5O5 HIGHTSTOWN Planned 788-1663. cook, best for possible publication. Selectric II. Pick up & references. Call 609-924cond. $80. 201-359-3879. cond, $46. 609-443-3798. Parenthood Clinic Writer: The Higher LOOK, LOOK, LOOK. delivery. After 5pm 609- 3215 9:30-5:30. State, P.O. Box 5275, Free confidential service Monday evenings. Call SWIMMING POOL There is parking at 395-0749. and free pregnancy test. 609-448-3439. COVERS - on sale. Order Princeton Station. Rates Trenton, NJ 08638. Call - we do care. EXPERIENCED WO- 50 cents per day. $1.00 for now from our Discount MATCHING CLUB PIONEER KP 5005, MAN - wants 8-10 hrs overnight, by the week GAY Switchboard in- Warehouse. Inground & Chairs tweed am/fm stereo cassette EXPERIENCED college caring for elderly lady. $3.00, by the month $8. WANTED - Bumblebee formation center. Call above ground, solid or upholstery.Blue High quality, student is anxious to Prefer Kendall Park or The only overnight colonies for research. ARTS & LEISURE IS A 609-921-2565. Best hours mesh. 609-466-1717. locking FF/RW, auto reasonable price. 609-921- stop/eject, $89. 609-448clean your home, call P r i n c e t o n ' COLUMN WEEKLY! a r e a . parking in Princeton. Call Dr. Roberts 609-9247-10 p.m. Mon. thru Master charge & Visa 3041 after 6 pm. 4654. Monica 609-883-5717. 5714 eves. Reasonable 201-846-9017. 609-924-0976, Thurs. accepted. KEEPS YOU BUSY. THK PLAIN TRUTH LAWRENCEWLLE, arABOUT RESUMES bv e a - E x p e r i e n c e d ba1'KINCKTON WRITING bysitting in my home, ASSOCIATES. As low us call'609-896-0?55. |i m a y sound. 7 iiilerviews out of every 100 AVAILABLE FOK resumes mailed mil is Caretaker, Housekeeper,


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RADCLIFFE GRAD- M E D I T A T I O N • UATE - willing to do.RELAXATION method anything legal & originated by Princeton moral for money. Reply Univ.. psychologist. Box #03249, c/o Princeton Delightful, effective, nononsense technique Packet. available on tape for easy home HARDWORKING WO- cassettes Free details: MAN - seeks five instruct. Box 113-P, days work. Loves Meditation, Kendall Park, N.J. 08824. children. 609-394-1009.

EAST CENTRAL - New Jersey company executive, early fifties looking for bright, attractive, unattached female for permanent relationship. Reply Box #03245 c/o Princeton Packet.

LEGAL KITS -Printex, Do-It-Yourself. Divorce, Wills, Bankruptcy, Name change, Power of Attorney, Incorporation,' Separation and Property Settlement. Call 201-7825540 anytime.

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FLOTATION BEDS - We guarantee you better sleep. See our new line of hybrids and* our new waveless mattress. East Coast Water Beds, Lawrenceville, N.J. 609896-9326.

GE MICROWAVE OVEN - top of the line. Exc. cond. $400. 201-3590090.

BEAUTIQUE II Makeup Studio. is moving soon! Drastic reductions on cosmetics BEDROOM SET - stereo by Viviane Woodard, console, arm chair. Call M a d e l e i n e Mono, between 6:15 & 7pm. Evermond. Also jewelry weekdays or Sat. AM. & accessories. Penn609-448-2312. sbury Plaza (near Penn&bury Theater) Morrisville. Open 10-6, PHOTOGRAPHY Equip- Mon-Sat. 215-736-0259. ment - Omega B-600 enlarger with 50mm lens and filters. Trays, ITALIAN PROV. Queen developing tanks, easels, size bdrm & dining room paper safe, , timer, sets, reasonable, 609-799safelight. Enlarging 3409 aft 5 pm. magnifier included in deal. Asking $200. Call 609-921-6737. BEDROOM ENSEMBLE - 2 ea.: 30" DINING ROOM SET - shades, antique satin Solid Jacobean oak, exc. drapes, twin dust ruffles, cond, nicely carved. Sea* shams. Celery and blue 10, includes buffet, china tones. 609-883-6219. closet, table, 1 arm chair & 5 straight chairs. Asking $975. Day 201-874- ANTIQUE CHAIR (small); pine hutch (dry 4700, eves 874-5595. sink type). Wing chair, etc. 609-655-0437. 10 JALOUSIE windows including screens and RALEIGH BIKE - 26" storm windows plus 2 girls, $50; Car top carrier 37x80" jalousie doors for Sunfish. $20. 609-448complete. Call 201-297- 4975 2758. WEDDING GOWN beautiful lace trimmed, cap sleeves, size 10-12, matching headpiece / veil. 609-587-4923. TRUNDLE bed, $50; girl's 20" bike, $10. 609924-2846. DOUBLE BED, dressers, chifforobe, records, toaster, sand, grill w/waffle iron, more. Antiques, butter churns, clock, wood bowl w/chopper, 2 sets old trains, 201-359-6127.

MAHOGANY Duncan Phyfe - dining room table 42"x62" with three 10" leaves. Excellent cond. - reasonable. 609655-3871 MOVING SALE 8/1/80 King size bed, Oboe, oak desk, bureau, B&W TV, port, stereo, much more. 609-393-0240 or 771-0955. SANSUI - AM-FM stereo receiver, 35/ch, 2 yrs, gd cond, $120 or best offer. Call John 609-921-6086.

2 REFRIGERATORS, dining room set, Holiday Spa life-time membership, baby furn, 609921-0981.

CANOPY CRIB - mattress, bumpers, 48" dresser, 36" chest, white/gold trim, pink/blue decals, like new." $425. Walnut 3 piece 48'" dresser, 30" corner desk, 30" cabinet, formica tops, $225. Bassinet, baby tender, assorted' baby items & tile top coffee table. 609-737-2623.

MOVING SALE Everything, exc. cond. Sofa, $110. Wooden dining set $120. Vac. cleaner $25. Techniques turntable, $80. 609-9210149 after 6 pm.

HEALTH PRODUCTS - wholesale retail. VilaMix, Water Distillers, Acme Juicers, AIR CONDITIONER Salad Master waterless 8000 BTU, excellent cookware. The Better condition, $175. Carrier. Health Center, 284 Belle 609-771-9154. Mead 08502, 609-466-3697. LAWN TRACTOR - 8hp, WHIRLPOOL ELEC. 36" cut, $350, 8 hp riding DRYER-Coppertn., exc. mower w/bag, $425. 201cond. $125 201-359-7501. 297-9351. T O M A T O E S , WAX BEANS, Squash Box 49, Weston Rd\, Somerset, N.J. 201-469-9470. NEWLY UPHOLSTERED - crewel wing chair, $275. 609-466-2669. MOVING SALE - Car, refrig, carpets, washer/dryer, air conditioner, furniture, etc. 609-921-0132. SAMPLE SALE - "Polly F l i n d e r s " smocked dresses, 40%-50% savings. Selected sizes, 0-7 yr. Aug. 2, l-3pm, Fox Run Clubhouse, 60 Fox Run Dr., Plainsboro. OFFICE DESK - storage bins. Cheap. 1 fur sewing machine. Call after 6 pm 609-921-3154. RADIO SHACK - TRS-80 level space II 16K RAM computer. Many programs & books. 609882-5209. BICYCLE - Columbia men's 10-spd, 22" frame, $60. Loveseat, gold, traditional, $80. Richard, 609-924-3085 anytime; keep trying. CONTEMPORARY WALNUT dinette set, GE washer & dryer, 11' green & white window treatment, lawn mower, yellow lamp. 609-4435873.

Bargain Mart MOVING SALE - I have to lighten my load Stereo components: 2 Altec speakers, Dual 1245 turntable, Pioneer CTF9191 cassette deck, drafting table, 2 beehives, firewood, 12string guitar, lefthanded bow, 2 handmade slat tables and numerous household items. Aug.' 1&2,, 9 am-5 pm, 74 L e w is vi l i e Rd ., Lawrenceville

SELLING - private collections - Antiques: clocks - all kinds including a grandfather's clock; depression glass; plates, occupied Japanese items; china; "C" type steel 30"x60" roll top desk; kitchen table; kerosene lamp; tools; cash registers; collector bottles; camera collection. Furniture: ornate - gold-leaf items; lamps; desks. Stamp Collection: panes, plate blocks, 1st day covers. Commemoratives. Jewelry: all kinds & values; Lapidary set. hundreds of finished sterling silver rings & brooches; inexpensive gold & silver scales. Others: old wire recorder; . reel to reel recorder; antiques & Collectibles too numerous to mention LOVESEAT - chrome & • including many flea canvas $80. Queen size market items. Call 609extra firm mattress $80. 392-1477. 609-896-0705. Call Chris

ROTOTILLER - new eng, top cond, call aft 5:30pm 609-448-6871. ,

CODE-A-PHONE 560 Telephone Answering System. Top-of-the line remote message retrieval & announcement change. Dictation capability. Ideal for professional use and for anyone wishing to change out-going announcement without returning to office. $400. 609-921-1047.

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FINAL SALE - Collection Cranbury early postpards, old stamp covers, collectors plates, old washstand, Chinese chest, Roseland lithograph, golf clubs, cart & bags, outside articles, valances', odds & ends. After 5 pm 609655-1950.

Theatre-Music Art-Dance Reserve your space now in TIME OFF's annual Fall Preview which presents the calendar of events for the coming .season. For further information, contact your sales representative or call Fredrika Schwerin, 609-924-3244. TIME OFF 8-WAY newspapec supplement Copy Deadline: August 28 Publication Date: September 17

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BIKE - 10-spd Ross, sturdy, dependable, $45. 609-734-0375 Mark.

WALNUT DINING room set includes 45" round table, with pedestal base that expands to 81" oval with 2 leaves; 4 side chairs & 2 arm chairs with black vinyl seat & back. Credenza with block pattern front, 72" long; all in exc. cond, best offer. Call 609-737-2054 after 5pm. .

ETHAN ALLEN. - Drop leaf, maple extension table, opens to 42" x 92", 4 ladderback chairs, exc. cond. Total $500. 609-4660263.

CLOUD 9 FURN. MFG. Savings of up to 30% off. Ask about our lifetime guarantee. These are some of the things we design, manufacture & carry: Ottomans, chairs, loveseats, 6'&8' sofas that convert into 12 different styles, custom conversation groupings, wall Units, center tables, platform & water beds, mattresses.

AUTO MAINTENANCE & Repair by mechanical engineering student. Tune-ups, shocks, lubes, exhaust, brakes, tape deck & CB installation. Pick up & delivery avail. Very reasonable rates. 201-874-4236. BEAUTIFUL FRUITWOOD hutch, $250; dining rm set, $200; antique liquor cabinet, $50; childs bdrm set, $75; drafting tble, $100; 609448-4741, aft 5pm. MOVING SALE - Aug. 1 & 2, 10-4. Furniture, etc. 674 Village Rd. West, West Windsor. GIRLS' ROSS - bicycle, 3 spd, banana seat, blue, exc. cond, suitable for 810 yr old, $110 new, now 2 yrs. old at $65. 609-3950487. DOG HOUSE - and portable chain link dog run with gate, 17x8>;>x3ft, value $350, best offer. 201-329-2935. POLAROID SX70 - Land Camera plus closeup lens & timer & other accessories. 2 mos. old. cost $300, selling for $150. Days 201-754-5800 ask for Paul Matthews, eves 609-799-8919.

BEDROOM FURNITURE - Double dresser, mirror, 4 drawer desk, bookcase headboard, solid Ranch Oak, exc. cond, $250. 609655-2896. REMODELING SALE • Westinghouse stove self-cleaning oven, exc. cond. w/range hood, NEW - queen size $215; Speed Queen dishwaterbed, never opened,, washer, $75; dining rm. 10 year warranty, walnut hutch w/glass doors, stained pine frame, deck, vintage, 1950's, $50; pedestal, m a t t r e s s , Singer sewing machine, safety liner, heater. treadle, turn of the Originally $330.00, now century, $75; studio only $199.00. 201-253-7804, couch, black vinyled E. Brunswick. cushions, $35; imported German tile, $2/sq. ft.; gas grill w/tank, $50. 609SELLING CONTENTS of 466-2199. home. Furniture perf. cond. 201-846-9735. SEARS COMPACT stereo system w/ am/fm reception, 8 track FURNISHING A BEACH play/record, BSR record HSE? For sale Mexican player, tone controls, 2 Corner cabinet, painted, spkrs. ex. cond. $50, call yellow w/inlaid tiles, 201-359-0633. perfect for dishes, books, $225; 2 Victorian antique chairs, $35/ea; 2 Parson end tables, $15/ea; 2 WESTINGHOUSE reParson coffee tble, $25; frigerator good connight stand, $20; antique dition, $40; also kitchen dry sink, $125; 609-466- table with leaf, and 4 1918. chairs, $15. Call 201-3695027. REFRIGERATOR • Frigidaire, 13" deep x 24".wide x 3' tall, freezer on top, not new1 but functioning, $55. Call 609924-1228. 7 PC DINNETTE set $150; lg. comm. refrig, $35; Hoover port, dryer & stand, $50. 201-329-4678. SEARS KENMORE air cond. 6;000 BTU, new, $250. 201-359-6214 aft 5. CANOPIED CRIB - with mattress $25. Folding hichair $12.50. 609-8828156.

MAHOGANY - bedroom furniture. Triple dresser, framed mirror, large chest of drawers, 2 nignt CARPETS -14x25, 15x13, tables, $350. 609-882-8156. acrylic, gold, padding.. Also mirror 36x60. All' exc. cond. 201-329-4537. USED FURNITURE sets of chairs, desks, couches, tables, rockers, and a lot more DUPLCATING machine dressers, Surick's Antiques, 44 - Olivetti Cojpia III, Sears at St., Princeton. 5hp rototiller. Ask for Spring Open 11 to 5 Jonn or leave message 609-924-3993, Mon. thru Sat. 609-896-9326. FALL PREVIEWS

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REED, shag rugs, $50/ea, orig. $150; desk, chair, antique clothing, tv, art pillows, prints, frames. 609-448-9364. TRIPLE DRESSER Oak, Sp Med w/2 matching mirrors, exc. cond. Asking $250. 609-443-6543. MUST SELL large Cherry dining room table & chairs, cherry buffet, 2 herculon love seats, herculon sleeper-sofa, dressers, wall unit, much more. 609-443-4897.

FOR SALE - chest of drawers, coffee and end 9x12 rug, SINGLE BEDS - hand- tables, desk, sofa some mahogany, cane secretary, bed, record player h e a d b o a r d s , luxury" clothing, pictures. Call mattresses. As new, $190. 201-297-1395... 609-544-5096.

B & O - 3000 trntble. Gd cond., $125 or best offer. Fred 201-359-8739 after 9pm. RADIO CONTROLLED Hydro plane. Super modified Drag-n-fly hull. Futaba 3 channel radio, OPS 60 racing engine, many extra parts. Fast. $300., White Heat 60 kit, $40 609-924-9791. STAINLESS STEEL double sink. Velvet sofa, gd. cond. 201-874-8303. COLONIAL - pine triple dresser w/mirror & hutch top, exc. cond, like new, $350, negotiable. 609-924-6500 ext. 132 days. After 6pm 201-297-3972, ask for Jan. PEACHES & APPLES Peaches starting Sat. July 26. Apples starting early August. Schielke's Farm, Princeton Jet. Cranbury Rd. 609-7991043 or 799-1158. AIR CONDITIONER (Admiral) l h p window unit, bargain $125. call eves, 609-921-7227. FREESTONE PEACHES - are now avail at Terhune Orchards. We have wonderfully sweet & juicy yellow & white free stone peaches as well as summer, apples. Just minutes from Prn. -330 Cold Soil Rd, open daily 9-7, Sat. & Sun. 9-5. 609924-2310.

1 PAIR- Ohm-C2s, 1 yr. old, worth $340 each, asking $400 for the pair. Nikko Gamma 1 stereo FM tuner, 2 mos. old, was $399.95, asking $200. Call 609-924-9748 after 7pm. PENTAX K-1000 camera, F/2 lens, case, exc. cond. $110. 609-9218137. REFRIGERATOR - 21 cu. ft. $100 or best offer. 609-924-6938 after 5pm. DISCOUNT GUNS & AMMO Shotguns & rifles $10 over wholesale Ammo discounted 10% off most hand guns Reloading supnlies DISCOUNTED Buy, Sell & Trade Murphy's Sportsmen's Den 3152 Rt 27, Kendall Park Off Season His.; Tucs.-Wed. I2pm-(ipm Thurs.-Fri. 12pm-!ipni Sat. HMipm SUM. &Mon. -closed

Custom foam rubber 4 great locations & still growing. Main office Hightstown, Rt. 18 N. Brunswick, Columbus Farmers Market Pennsauken Market B09-443-4499 WOODSTOVES - Name brand, airtight, UL approved stoves on sale from as low as $299. at The Stove Barn, Rt. 206, Belle Mead, 201-359-5206. MED. LIV. RM, sect, sofa, chair, 2 lamps,, exc. cond, 609-448-9359.

LARGE SELECTION of reconditioned Simplicity and International Harvester riding lawn mowers and tractors, 5 to 20hp. 609-924-4177.

L'01-2!)7-:!:S57TRIO TAG Sales, Inc. "We do all the work." Profitable sale of entire or partial contents of y o u r h o m e . Professionally conducted at your convenience. 609883-3535, 215-493-6858, or 609-882-1864. DISCOUNT Lighting The Roosters Coup., Lighting fixtures, lamps shades, parts and r e p a i r s . Clocks, gift items & fireplace equipment. Huge a s s o r t m e n t of brand names at discount prices. THE ROOSTER'S COUP, on Rt. 29,

BARRELS - 52 gal. oak for wine, cider or rain barrels.$18each. Large26 gal. oak planters, $11.50 each. 609-896-1916.


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SAUNAS & JACUZZIS- TOP SOIL & filter for call us for fast service & sale 609-259-9604. knowledgeable advice. We are one of New Jersey's best. 609-466ANTIQUE 1717. RESTORATION SERVICE SWIMMING POOL SUPPLIES- Deal direct with wholesale distributor -' Chemicals, filters, liners, vac equipment & more. Call 609-466-1717.

Furniture restored refinished hand stripping. Metal plating & polishing. Lamps, sconces & chandeliers restored & rewired. Mirror resilvering

WOODSTOVES - Nashua Double Heat, firewood, tree service. Tom's firewood & Tree Cutting Service. Woodstove model prices are: N-18, ; $630; N-24, $819; NFP-1,. $709; &NFP - 2 $840 ea. These prices include delivery & N.J. State tax. Trade-ins are considered. For color brochure send $1 & selfr addressed envelope to P.O. Box 133, Pennington, N.J. 08534, 609466-2666.

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selection reconditioned refrigerators, freezers, wasners, dryers. Guaranteed. Can deliver and do electrical or gas hook-up. 201-369-3718.

WOOD- B U R N I N G Boilers - The Furnace Works SFB - 3 boiler connects to your existing heating system. See it in' operation. Sales - service - and installation. Joseph M. Pinelli, plumbing and heating. 609-466-2144.

FUEL Efficient Heating - Burn wood or coal in a high efficiency, air tight wood stove or multi-fuel furnace. European .& American brands. Pipe & venting supplies. Harr BOEHM R O A D - Bros Wood Heat 1605 RUNNER - mint con- North Olden Ave., dition, sacrifice $2800. Trenton, NJ. 609-3937550. 201-788-1663.

GE WASHER & GAS DRYER - 18 pd. heavy duty, exc. cond. $325/set. 201-359-2350, 201-239-9232,.

RUBBER STAMPS School or College address, Home, business, zip code. Rubber stamps Lambertville, N . J . of all kinds and sizes OPEN 7 DAYS, 609-397- made to your order at: 0027. HINKSON'S 82 Nassau St. WALLPAPER sold at $2 per roll over cost. Pick out your paper GE ELECTRIC - stove, anywhere. Give us (he 2yrs. like new, best number of the paper, the offer. old, After 6:30pm 609book & distributor. We 443-1893. will get it lor you at S2 per roll over dealer cost. Call (109-448-4994 for price quotations at R & R Floor 10 BICYCLES - all in need of some repair, $95. & Wall Decor. 609-924-8146.

AAAAA FACTORY OUTLET - Case Of The Gloomy Scot. Saw ouF huge selection of Baldwin Brass Lamps and Candlesticks. When he saw 3 Idmps 40% OFF he felt better. Actually chuckled at a $45 Sconce reduced to $27, a $16 Candlestick 7" tall for $9.60, in The Benjamin Room. On sale July 28 to August 4. FURLONG LAMP FACTORY OUTLET largest for a 99 mile radius. 5 miles FREEZER BEEF south of Lahaska's Peddlers Village on Rte. 6 BOW BACK CHAIRS, 263, Furlong, Pa. Micro Home grown naturally oak bookcase, oak desks, Dot Pricing. OPEN 7 fed steers. Cut to your oak dressers, oak tables, own s p e c i f i c a t i o n , days. 215-794-7444-5-6. wrapped and frozen. 48 drawer walnut file FOR SALE - Two 9x12 Farm. 609-466- cabinet, 609-924-5668. rugs, misc. baby MY F A V O R I T E Kaufman 0773, Master Chg. avail. equipment, like new. 609- SHOPPE - Ladies 443-6152. GOOD USED FURN., & Fashions inside the Outlet: Buy a hat, a MAHOGANY DINING antiques, open daily, bonnet, a headpiece or a room - double pedestal Jimmy Hall's, Hamilton get a scarf table, 2 leaves & pads, 6 Sq., 609-890-8319. RCA COLOR TV - por- chapeau, chairs, $650. 609-448-2370. table XL-100, solid state FREE. $150; 4 maple capts & POTTERY BY CHERIE mates chairs $5 ea; 2 MOVING SALE: Stereo WOODSTOVES - beat the - Every item one of a Ginger Jar Lamps (rust Teak end- Fall price increase on kind. $2. to $20. Also & flower design) $15 ea; 2 components; table; brown vinyl wing- c u s t o m - m a d e VIW custom-made to your footlockers $10 ea; chair; green easy-chair; stoves. Fireplace inserts order. 609-443-5380. orange canvas lounge two Danish chairs; nylon & furnace hookups avail, chair S10; picnic table & rugs; canister vacuum; too. Davison's Stoves, benches $10; etc. 609-259- typewriter; humidifier; FURNITURE CLE609-466-1141. 9419. ARANCE Center lamps; dishes, The Montgomery Center, refrigerator; washer; Hathkit TV. 609-799-4309. WATER HEATER - 52 Rocky Hill, specializing gal. electric. Absolutely in sofa beds, box springs, CAMPING EQUIPnew condition, used less mattresses ana conMENT - exc cond., sleeping bags, porta- MOVING - Must sell than 1 year. $95. 609-799- temporary life style furniture. potti, stove, lantern. 609- hotpoint dishwasher, 2123. 6000 BTU Sears air 448-8238. conditioner, snow fenGALVAN- PLYWOOD Sheathing cing & Rya rug. 609-466- S T E E L IZED - corrugated sheets Ext. 4x8 3/8'", $6.58; ' 2 " 3571. 2 END TABLES, coffee for barns, sheds. All $3.38; 5/8" $10.18; 3/4" table, glass & chrome, sizes. Cheap. 215-831- $12.18. Anderson wdws to $125; 2 black ceremic 37°i) discount. Lumber: 9800. lamps $35; black ORIENTAL RUGS -. discount prices. T 1-11 plywood siding, $11.48. beanbag chair $30. Call Turkish Kilims. Call 609-. 924-3291. Roofing shingles, $7.25. 201-369-3711. WALNUT DINING Bdl., Ties, 6x6x8, TABLE - 36x48 with leaf, $6.45. R.R. Toll free, 800-523$38. Purple rug, 11x12 8744. LARGE CAPACITY SEARS FROSTFREE with pad, $28. Red refrig, 17 cu. ft, copper, washer & dryer, excl. drapes, 74x80. $28. 609exc. cond, $100. Days 609- cond. - $100/ea. 609-443- 448-5680 evenings.' NORGE - lg. capacity 452-3103, eves 921-8723. 1149. dryer. Works perfectly. 5 vrs old. $100. 609-655-3853. AIR CONDITIONER - WASHER - Hvy duty - 5 WHY MISS AN IMP O R T A N T C a l l . Gen. Electric, 12,000 vrs-29" wide- top loadBTUs, $50. Call 609-896- 2-spd - 3-cyl - $150 - 609- Telephone answering WINDOW FASHIONS equipment by Sanyo. 655-1966 0713. ::ooot. Saturday, 9-5. 201-3591250. Highway 20(i DISC JOCKEY FOR1 Belle Mead. N.J. 08502 HIRE - Weddings ,' I rear of All Work Bldg.] Parties, Dances, Live Band Sound. For low cost, any type music - BIX FURNITURE .Disco, 50's, Pop, Elvis, 'Stripping-'There is none etc. Barry Davison, 609- "better" Route .519.' 466-2709, 466-1141. llosemont, NJ. "At the Cane- F a r m " . 609-3978498. Furniture repairs & ED KLEIN offers Disc refinishing. Safe for Jockey Service for any' antiques &'veneers. occasion. From Disco to Oldies. 201-821-9664 •• FURNITURE Refinishing & Repair custom * build ' to FALL PREVIEWS specifications! THE YARDLEY CABINET Theatre-Music MAKER, 215-493-2654. Art,-Dance

PROFESSIONAL TYPING SERVICE - Carduner's Shopping Center, Rte. 130 & Princeton / Hightstown ' Rd., Hightstown, NJ 609-448-, 6707. Your complete) secretarial service: featuring Error Free, Automatic Typing every page an original. Also letters, resumes, theses, dissertations, addressing & mailing, Xerox copies. Equipment: IBM Correcting Selectric n and an IBM Memory typewriter. HARRIS JANITORIAL. SERVICE Floor waxing, rug shampooing. Completely insured. 609882-2251.

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Special Services Special Services BARTENDER - for private parties in your home. 609-896-1252. SANDBLASTING & Welding - Mobile units. 201-521-0690. ALTERATIONS AND PRIVATE sewing lessons. Call Sue. 201-7222625.

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TROPICAL FISH Aquariums set up in home or office, periodic maintenance avail., reasonable, 609-443-3338. POOLSIDE SERVICE Specializing in in-ground pools. Pool openings, repairs done on pool filters & heaters, etc. 201821-6022.

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MAILING LISTS maintained - Specializing* in non-prof orgs, churches, schools. Add, correct, delete. Selected print on labels, envelopes, date sheets. Eliminate time consuming, cumbersome file cards and selection work. Call PRINCETON PRINTOUTS, 609-9241188.

LAWN MOWER REPAIRS Hand mowers or tractors, also complete sharpening service. Saws, knives, scissors, grass or hedge clippers*," reel mowers, or rotary mowers. R'.'A. Grooms & Son, 385 Ward St., Hightstown, N.J 609-448-1792.

WE ARE go afters. We run errands for you. Whom can a home owner call when the stove goes on the blink or when they EVA KORZENIOWSKI need aluminum siding Skin Care Expert and installed? Who is the best Make-Up Artist, [for- for the price in your merly Bamberger's area? We can comPrinceton & Vis-A-Vis] is parison shop for you & offer reliable, courteous now available for: service. 609-392-1733. Facials [including Acne Treatment], Make-Up Lessons, Manicures & H'YE SIGNS - Engraved ;Hand Beautifying name &' door plates,* Treatments, Body deskplates, badges, Waxing, & Pedicures. luggage tags, plaques. Mr. Tom Hye, 201-3594706. COMPLIMENTARY SKIN ANALYSES & CONSULTATION. COLLEGE SELECTION Please phone early for & APPLICATION appointment. COUNSELING - individuals & small 609-924-4875 groups. Dr. Michael L. Artistic Hairdressers Rosenthal, 609-737-2236. 42 Witherspoon St. Princeton, N.J. 08540

TYPING & BOOKPIANO INSTRUCTION KEEPING Service. •recording artist will Former Executive teach rock & roll' Secretary can provide technique to inoffice services at termediary students and economical rates. PIANO LESSONS - given will also teach beginners. Guaranteed proin my home or yours. Very patient with fessional, quick & acBeginners of advanced children. For afternoon curate. Correcting beginners. Reasonable and evening lessons 609Selectric. Call 609/448rates. After 5:30 pm, 609- 443-4117. 397-1138. Reserve your space now B.M. RIDER Furniture - 6770. in TIME OFF's annual repaired & refinished. GUITAR LESSONS Jazz; Fall Preview, which Antique restoration. BASS LESSONS - Classical? Folk, Pop. presents the calendar of Caning & Rushing. Hand NEW TYPING SERteacher- wHh 'music -Experienced teacher of events for the coming stripping. Pick up & VICE - 16+ years office college experience, beginning &. advanced season. For further in- delivery service. Our : experience w/letters, G09-924-2946. formation, contact your only location rear of 76 r e p o r t s , theses, reasonable rates. 609- students. billings, sales representative or Main St., Kingston. C jen manuscripts, 924-2755. call Fredrika Schwerin, Mon.-Sat. 9-5, 609-y24- statistical, etc. IBM 0147. Correcting Selectric, "DISCOVER FLYING 609-924-3244. choice of type styles. LESSON" - $10. Raritan Pickup/delivery. High SECRETARIAL / TUTORING TIME OFF Valley Flying School; T R A I L - TYPING done my home, READING ENGLISH Kupper Airport, Man 8-way OUR 17th YEAR devoted quantity output, quality S'TORAGE STUDY SKILLS ville. Appointment: 201- newspaper supplement to the restoration of presentation, reasonable ERS - for rent by week or also theses, reports, WRITTEN AND ORAL 722-5111. Copy Deadline: antique & fine furniture. rates. 609-585-6793 (or month. 40-45 ft, pick up & manuscripts, corresleave delivery. 609-395-0045 or p o n d e j i c_e in COMMUNICATION Hirschmann Antiques, 587-5583 August 28 t 799-8811eves: "" gerierap3r~tapes. IBM Adults & Children -formerly Gunsser An- message). Publication Date: "TUTOR - Certified Selectric II. Correctible. THE LEARNING tiques, River Dr., September 17 \_ teacher in Spanish. Also .EXCHANGE Titusville, 609-737-0800. Will pickup/deliver. Will BOOKKEEPING SER- AIRBRUSH MURALS, occasionally go out on will tutor Algebra, 157 S. Main St. VICE - Small & medium paintings, lettering, for call. 201-297-0872. Biology, Reading, & Hightstown business accounts. 201- your truck, van, or most nigh school sub- DISCO Extravaganza 609-443-4113 Weddings, Parties. Any CANED & Rushed - 788-1679 after 5:30 pm. other? Call Jef£ 609-896jects 609-443-6476. Occasion. D. J. Ralph Make an old chair better. 0473. SEAMSTRESS, alteraMatarese, 609-921-9797 8- Give it a new seat. Extions & repairs, 1 GUITAR - Lessons all 5. pertly done. 609-395-0342. KC ASSOCIATES day service. levels, all styles, taught CERAMIC TILE InSecretarial Services by Berklee College of stallation & Repair. Dressmaking. Call Mary Music graduate. Call E d PM SOUNDS in motion Special offer with this ad. Kay, 201-297-8336. Business Multiple listing Services


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HOPEWELL BORO Avail. 9/1, spacious 2 bdrm apt, all appliances incl. dishwasher, washer/dryer, plus large yard on quiet cul-de-sac, garage, no pets, $400 plus util. & security. Call 609466-9112 after 6pm.

MERCERVILLE Fenced in duplex, enclosed porch, worksaver kitchen,- $250. Nice!. — Ads subject to availability. Home Seeker Bkr $60 [609-3945900.

HOPE, PA - Artistic one bedroom unit in restored Carriage House on estate with patio or roof deck; private & secluded. No dogs, Rental $325 & $355 inc. heat; suitable for one person with good employment record and references. Mr. Curtis 215-862-9300.

PRN BORO apt, 2 rms full bath & kitchenette, $385/mo includes utils. Avail Sept. 1, Broker, W. Brickley, 609-924-7474.

LAWRENCE TWP. - 4 rooms. Ideal for working mature person or couple. Convenient to public transp, church & shopping ctrs. Avail. Aug. 1. 609-883-1928.

LAMBERTVILLE VICSMALL BACHELOR - TORIAN - 1 BR. apt. apt (furnished), 2 rooms,' on quiet street. Spacious kitchenette & full bath. LR & kitchen. $300. inAvail. Aug. 1. Call after clds. heat & hot water. 6pm 609-924-3692 or 921- Adults. No pets. 609-4663654. 2363 or Henderson Realtors, 397-2800.

- 30 YEAR - NO POINTS MORTGAGE - To the qualified buyer of this fine Lawrenceville home. Builders own special home with fireplace and vaulted ceiling in master suite, formal living room and dining room, work saver kitchen, family room with fireplace, full basement, rear deck, quiet cul-de-sac, treed lot . . . . $149,900.

2681 MAIN ST. (RT. 206) LAWRENCEVILLE 609-896-1000

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LAMBERTVILLE - 2bdrm, central location. NEAR TSC - Carpeted 3- Modern, carpeted. No bedroom, worksaver pets. $400. including kitchen, fenced yard for utils. 609-397-3402 after kids/pets, $310, heat 6pm. paid. — Ads subject to availability. Home Seeker Bkr $60 [609-394- 1 BDRM. APT. -. E. 5900. Windsor. $290/mo. includes heat, hot water & air conditioning. Avail. Naviil. 609-443-1378 after LG. 1 BDRM. APT. • in 6pm. pre-civil war mansion. Marble fireplace, country kitchen, coal & PRINCETON - 5 rms wood burning stove, side carriage house apt. veranda, rear porch, 2 Immed. occup. Close to priv. entrances, 15 ft. town. $500/tho. 609-921ceilings, horsebarn, fruit 2801. orchard. Situated on five acres next to river in EFFICIENCY FOR Neshanic Station, 20 min. RENT - Center of No. of Princeton. Princeton Boro. 2nd fl., $450/mo. includes heat or w/w carpet, a/c, no pets, utils. 201-369-3916. off street parking avail. $275/plus utils. 609,-7991396 bet 7 & 10pm. SUBLET - 2 bedroom upstairs garden apt. 2 ROOM SUITE - in East Windsor area. $330., country house, 7 winincludes heat, hot water, dows, lg. closet, kit. extras. Call 609-448-2964, privileges, 7 mi. from ask about building 49, Palmer Sq. $ apt. 14. utils. 609-799-5989. .

DESIRABLE UNIVERSITY PARK - In Lawrence is the setting for this stone front multi-level home featuring 4 bedrooms, 2'/j baths, formal living room with fireplace, family room, with screened rear patio. Adjacent to Green Acres Country Club $ 114,000.

SPACIOUS 4 and 5 room apartments. Prn. Boro available either early, mid, or late summer. Rentals range from $425 & up. Telephone 609-9240633 or 201-793-7993.

MOPE WELL - 1 li, bedroom apt. All utilities OWNERS APT. - $450 per paid. $350. 609-466-3498. month, unfurnished, 2nd fl. Liv. room, bedroom, hall, bath & kitchen. Includes heat & water, BRAND NEW 1 bdrm private entrance. 609-924Condo, wooded setting, 0607. private balcony, c/a, w/w carpet, dishwasher, parking, pool, tennis, 1 ONE & TWO BEDROOM mi. from Cranbury, 7 mi APTS - for immediate from Prn, close to N.Y.C. occupancy at Windsor bus & train. $385/mo + Castle, E" Windsor Twp. utils. 609-443-3798, 201- From Princeton take 571 to Old Trenton Rcl.. make, 647-5068, eves. a right then proceed lo the first left beyond a WEST TRENTON - 1 couple hundred feet from bdrm, new carpet, near Old Trenton Road. 609bus & all utils paid. 609- 448-5995. 737-9360. MANVILLE • 3 room 3 BEDROOM APT. - apt., $287 & 4 room apt., Avail. Sept. 1. Living $297. Heat, hot water, room w/fpl. large FR. security, reference. Call Lease and security. 201-685-9523. $415/mo plus util. 201-5495149 or 549-2912, leave GUEST COTTAGE - on message. horse farm, 1 bdrm. On the canal, in Griggstown. Liv. rm, • w. fireplace, CHARMING Lam- dining rm., kit., full bath, bertville - 2 BRs, LR, full lg. sunporch. Fully bath, kitchen w/all furnished. Air conappliances, air cond, elec ditioning & utils. inheat. $300/mo plus util. cluded. Ideally located 609-695-1685 ask for . for medical resident. Barbara. $630/mo. 201-359-835G after 7pm.


Hirhanl A. » % MORTGAGES No Points—No Prepayment—30 Vrs. A prestigious executive community in the historic Village of Lawreneeville with the utmost in quality, elegance and design. Complete home with "Special Mortgage Program" & closing package offered by builder to qualified buyer. JOPEN FOR INSPECTION - SAT. & SUN. 1 to 4 P.M. j Dlrectioni: From 1-95/1-295 Lawrenceville exit (Rl. 206 North), (ok* |ughandle to Pennlngton. protend I block I turn led onto OENOW ROAD to lite 7001 on right.



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LAFAYETTE HOUSE LAMBERTVILLE - Berkeley Sq. historic contemporary hillside district. Convenient 3 storyTwnhse. 3 BR's, location overlooking 2'2 balhs, fully carpeted, balcony, 24 hr. doorman, f i r e p l a c e , balcony ideal for professional, 1 & overlooking Swan Creek. 2 bdrm. apts. from $355. C/A, energy efficient, all Call 609-393-2626 for appliances, & private appointment. parking. $550 month + utils. Lease or lease PENNINGTON - Pleaw/option. Call John T. sant apt. for rent in Henderson Inc., Realtor, Penningtbn. Living 201-397-2800. room, kitchen w. breakfast area, 2 bdrms. & tile bath. Attic storage. Walk ONK & TWO BEDROOM to stores & shopping. $395/mo. plus utils. ..APTS FOR RENT Avail. Aug. 1st, please Central air, patio & call 609-737-2261 after balconies. Heat, hot 6pm. water & cooking gas supplied, l bedroom from $300, 2 bedrooms Houses For Rent from $360. PRINCETON MANOR Office open Mon-Wed- 1 family home, 4 bdrms, 2V2 baths, air conThurs-Fri, 10am ditioning, fireplace, 5 4:30pm, Sat. 12-4. min. to trains, schools, WINDSOR REGENCY shopping. Principals only. $650/mo. After 7pm APTS. call 609-799-9062 or 799East Windsor, NJ 609-448-2964 609-448-6553 0147.

CASTINE in Maine Living room, dining room, kitchen, enclosed porch, two bedrooms. FURNISHED. Available September 1st to June, 1981. $250 per month plus electric. 168 MOUNTAIN AVENUE in Princeton Living room, dining room, kitchen, family room, screened porch, three bedrooms (other reserved for landlord), two baths. FURNISHED. Available September 1st. $750 per month plus utilities. 34 WESTCOTT ROAD in Princeton - Living room, dining room, kitchen, sun porch, study, five bedrooms, three baths. FURNISHED OR PARTIALLY FURNISHED. Available immediately to September 1,1981. $1,200 per month plus utilities. Stewardson-Dougherty Realtor 366 Nassau St. Princeton 609-921-7784

WEST WINDSOR - 3 bdrm modern ranch. 2 baths, LR/DR, fireplace, kit, garage, well-finished basemt, dish-washr, washr/dryer, refri; 0.8 mi to RR-statn. Avail Aug 15, $675/mo ($650 if w/out appliance) 609-4528215, 7:00-9:30 p.m. LAWRENCEVILLE Lovely 4 bedroom, 2'/i> bath colonial with family room and fireplace available July 19. Furnished $800/mo or Unfurnished $650/mo. Country Heritage Real Estate, Realtors, (609). 799-8181.

NEW LISTINO DIVE IN! An inviting in-ground custom pool with Cabana in the backyard of this lovely 3-story brick lownhouse. 4 airy bedrooms, 2'/2 baths, high ceilinged living room and dining room with corner cupboard. On desirable Jefferson St. in Lambertville. In the 7()'s. Call 1609) 3972800.


LEASE WITH OPTION TO BUY A Delaware Township horse farm with rental apartment, 9 stall barn and fenced corrals. Main house has 4 bedrooms, 2'/2 baths, country kitchen, dining room, den, living room with stone fireplace and sliding glass doors to large deck. With 11 acres, $145,000. or lease with option.

STOCKTON OVERLOOKING THE DELAWARE A beautiful rancher with a 20 x 40 in-gTound pool, surrounded In terraced flagstone patios. Featuring 2 fireplaces, large rooms, enclosed breezeway and garage. Finished walk-out basement includes bar. 2nd kitchen, family room' with bath and laundry room. Ideal for mother/daughter. $77,500. Call «>0')l 3')7-28(K). NEW LISTING LAWRENCE TOWNSHIP On Stonicker Drive, a lovely .'i bedroom, 2V> bath colonial on !/i acre of mature trees and shrubs. Slate entry, large living room, dining room, pat-in kitchen, and family room. Extras include hardwood floors, new gas furnace, washer, dryor. and freezer! A buy at $85,K(H). CalllM)9i:59T-280ll. NEW LISTING I'ADDLE YOUR CANOE Past this side by side duplex in Yardley Boro, Pa. Living room, eat-in kitchen, 2 Bedrooms and bath, full attic (1 finished I and basement on each side. A good buy at $4').«)00. for both! Call IWWI 397-2800. Heavily wooded building lots on llarbourton-Mt. Airy Rd. Perked and ready to go! $25,0(10. each. Call I6(«| 3«7-28OO.






Houses For Rent Houses For Rent Houses For Rent PLAINSBORO - Princeton Collection 4 bdrm COUNTRY BUNGALOW Edwards mocjel - Off Rt 206, private 5executive Colonial. FR, room, den, extras, just fireplace, c/a. $695/mo. $220! — Ads subject to Avail. Aug. 1. 609-737- availability. Home 9478 after 6pm. Seeker Bkr $60 [609] 3945900.

KINGSTON COL. - 4 BR, 2 1/3 baths, central air, fireplace. $675. Princeton Crossroads Realty, Inc, Realtor, 342 Nassau St. Princeton, 609-924-4677.

SMALL HOUSE-for rent in Princeton. John St. 2 bdrms., Avail Sept 1. Call bet. 9 am & 9 pm. 609-9247039.

COTTAGE IN KINGSTON - 3 bdrms, 1 bath, din rm, sun porch, Ige yard, avail Aug. 1, $490/mo + utils. 609-7345827.

WALK TO TRAIN STATION from this beautifully maintained 4 bedroom, 2V2 bath Colonial situated on a cul-de-sac in Princeton EAST WINDSOR - 3 Jet. Gas heat, central bdrms, fully carpeted, air, electrostatic air. finished bsmt, all ap-- $650. per month. pliances. Swimming Walter B. Howe, Inc'. • pool, tennis, close toN.Y. One Palmer Square bus. $550 or less acPrinceton, N.J. 08510 cording to lease. 609-448609-924-0095 0660 day, 609-443-1814 eve. CONDOMINIUM • 2 bedrms; family rm; patio. Modern, spacious; MONMOUTH JCT, - all appliances; fully Modern 4-bdrm, on carpeted. 1 yr. lease' 1 acreage, fireplace, mo. security. Hillsgazebo w/gas grill, borough. $650/mo. + priced right! — Ads util. Call 201-359-4121 subject to availability. or 874-4121. Eisenhower Home Seeker Bkr $60 Gallery of Homes," Inc. [609] 394-5900. •Realtors.

KENDALL PARK Modern 5 room house, 3 bedrooms. Also 3 rms 201-297-1149. ALLENTOWN - Plush Cape Cod, finished basement, washer/dryer, freezer, large fenced lot, $435, kids/pets ok; also country colonial farmhouse w/option, 8-rm, den, patio, worksaver kitchen, $365! — Ads subject to availability. Home Seeker Bkr $60 [609] 394-5900.

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IMMEDIATE SUMMER OCCUPANCY From $134.900. DIRECTIONS: Route 206 to River Road, River Road, Griggstown Road approx. V4 mile.

MONTGOMERY— AN ELEGANT COLONIAL ON A MAGNIFICENT TREED ACRE. An extremely spacious house, well settled in one of Montgomery's nicest established neighborhoods, perfect for you and your family. An air of gracious formality surrounds this 25' living room, oversized formal dining room, family room with cozy fireplace off a real eat-in kitchen, library and powder room. Four bedrooms and 2 full baths. Full basement with outside entrance, central air, 2 car attached garage, lovely landscaping. $144,900.

ONE PICTURE is worth 1,000 words. Our new listing is a must-see! Immaculate, large 5 Bedrooms, Vh baths, dream kitchen, family room with F/P, full basement, 2 car garage, professionally landscaped, C/A - w e could go on and on and on and —. It would be our pleasure to show you this lovely home. Please call. $119,900!

Unique, custom built Ranch, 2 years old...offering large family room with raised hearth fireplace, pegged floors and beamed ceiling, spacious living room, 2Vi baths, 4-5 bedrooms (fifth could be used as sewing room or studyl, 2-car garage. Only minutes to Princeton. Call today for an appointment to inspect Asking $128,900.


A HOME YOU'LL BE PROUD TO this four bedroom Colonial in a marvelous nieghborhood. This home boasts a living room with fireplace, formal dining room, and extra large kitchen with breakfast room, great traffic pattern for family living, central air, and a patio with gas grill. The lot is picturesque with mature plantings and fruit trees as an added bonus...first time offered $139,900.



NEW LISTING — IN A RURAL SETTING and only minutes from the bus and major shopping centers. Centrally located on over an acre of land, this lovely 3 B/R ranch features living room w/fireplace, large dining room, eat-in kitchen, panelled family room, 1 'A baths, full basement and two car garage. Call for more details. $79,900.

Routo 206, Belle Mood, New Jersey 08502


IMMACULATE FIVE B/R COLONIAL — on Vi acre. Large entrance foyer, l/r with cathedral ceiling, d/r, kitchen with snack bar, family room, den, 214 baths, central air and 2-car garage. Just reduced to $104,900.

KENDALL PARK • 4 B/R, 2 Vi bath Colonial, 2 car garage, approx. % acre, with lots of extras such as stone fireplace, new wall to wall carpeting in living room, 33' x 14' rec room, partially fenced, large outside brick patio, wooded in rear for privacy, 10' x 10' garden shed, etc., Reduced to $79,9Q0. A BACKGROUND OF WOODS enhances the beautifully treed and fenced-in lot of this 3 B/R ranch home. Enclosed porch entrance with flagstone floor, special all butcher block kitchen, living room, dining room, bath, central air and one car garage $52,900. LOVELY RENTAL - Charming 3 B/R. Totally restored by top architect in shady residential area 10 mins. from University. $675. per mo. OFFICE SPACE AVAILABLE — 1,700 + sq. ft. Unlimited parking. Convenient to Route # 1 and Jersey Turnpike. $9.00 per sq. ft.

PERFECT FOR A BACHELOR OR COUPLE, this geodesic dome home on 2 acres in Princeton has a living room with free-standing fireplace, study, B/R, bath, kitchen & utility area. Skylights and siding glass doors hightlight this unusual home. Call to see! $125,000. NEW REDWOOD COLONIAL UNDER CONSTRUCTION- still time to choose some options! This natural wood sided home features living room, dining room, eat-in kitchen, family room w/fireplace, study or den, 4 B'R's, 2V? baths ard 2 car garage. On a 1.6 acre lot with a beautiful view. $190,000. LOVELY LANDSCAPED V, ACRE CORNER PROPERTY — spacious living room with fireplace between living room and dining room, family room with sliding doors to 12 by 20 ft. deck, four bdrms., 2Vi baths, central air and 2car garage. Just reduced to $64,900.

TRUE CENTER HALL COLONIAL on 1 acre in convenient, attractive neighborhood. Only 6 years old. 4 bedrooms, 2Vi baths, formal dining room, panelled family room w/fireplace. Full, dry basement - extra high. Air conditioned and many extras. $119,000.



NEW CUSTOM COLONIAL on wooded lot. Very spacious 4 B/R, 2V2 baths, separate D/R, family room with fireplace, central air, gas heat, full basement. $139,900.

CLEARBROOK — ADULT CONDO. 3 Bedroom Braeburne; New Section - New Condition Excellent Location. All Appliances. Professionally Landscaped. AAA Community. $82,500.

SPACIOUS RIVERSIDE COLONIAL - This 4 B/R, 214 bath home features front to back L/R w/fireplace, family room, dining room, eat-in kitchen, sewing room or study, full basement, covered rear porch and 2 car garage in ideal Princeton area. $185 000.

This immaculate South Brunswick home is waiting for the right owners to move in. You will love the Family Room w/fireplace, three bedrooms, 2 baths, study, eat-in kitchen, living room and dining room all beautifully decorated. Shopping and the New York City express bus is just minutes away. Convenience and charm make this a home you will want to see .. $89,500.

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NEW LISTINQS:'10 ACRES - with 3 B/R home recently remodeled with income apt. + 2 additional rental units. $159,000. ADJACENT 40 ACRES -with historic home. A VERY SPECIAL RANCH • w/2nd story addition L/R w/stone fireplace, D/R, family room, 4 bedrooms (including master bedroom suite w/dressing room), sliding glass doors to balcony, swimming pool, aviary and many other features.. $98,000.


ONLY 7 YEARS YOUNG, this stunning home features living room w/fireplace, family room w/fireplace, dining room, kitchen1, 4 B/R's, 2Vi baths, central air and 2 car garage. $76,000.

COMFORT AND CONVENIENCF IN PRINCETON' In close proximity to Princeton Shopping Center, schools and buses, our 3 bedroom ranch features living room with fireplace, dining area, kitchen, 1 Vi baths, breezeway, full basement, central air and garage. $89,900. UNUSUAL & INTERESTING — Geodestic Dome Home - many sky lights throughout - living room, dining area, family room w/fireplace, eat-in kitchen, 2 plus bedrooms, 2 full baths, and full basement. Beautiful wooded lot 25 minutes from Princeton. $108,900. A VERY LARGE LIVING ROOM W/FIREPLACE enhances our 4 B/R ranch, which also features eat-in kitchen, dining room, 2 baths and one car garage. A brick barbecue in rear yard of the half acre property is perfect for summer entertaining $54,900.


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LAND & COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES BUILDERS — INVESTORS. Just listed in West Windsor. 8 8 + acres. Residential. Partially $5,500./acre wooded. ONE STORY COMMERCIAL BUILDING — 2,500 sq. ft. - Financing available to qualified buyer. Liquor license included in price. $140,000. OUR IMMACULATE - aluminum sided colonial home boasts foyer, eat-in kitchen, living room, fining room, 4 bedrooms, 2Vi baths, full basement and 2-car side-turned garage all on a manicured 3/4 acre lot $138,900. CUSTOM HOME — on 1 acre commercial and multi-use zoning. Good investment. 1014 % mortgage available to qualified buyer. $85,000.

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PRINCETON - opposite Prn. Medical Center, 1 family dwelling, 3 bdrms, laundry rm, fireplace, recently renovated. $500/mo + utils. 609-883-7534 aft 6pm.

HAMILTON SQ - 9bedroom farmhouse, 4 fireplaces, 25 acres, garage, den, more! $500, a steal! — Ads subject to availability. Home Seeker Bkr $60 [609] 3945900.

3 BEDROOM - Kendall Park ranch avail. Sept. 1. Beautifully landscaped fenced yard. $490 plus util. 201-549-5149 or 5492912, leave message.

FRANKLIN PARK Charming 7-room, carpets, air, washer/dryer, bow windows, $325. — Ads subject to availability. Home Seeker Bkr $60 [609] 39459001

TWIN RIVERS Beautiful 3 bdrni Twnhse WEST WINDSOR, imfor rent. 201-386-1369 aft. pressive 5 bedroom, 3' 2 6:30pm of wkends. oath home, convenient to train, schools and shopping. No pets 4 BR DUTCH Colonial on $900/mo. Country 1 acre in pleasant Heritage Real Estate, country area, 4 mi. from Realtors, 609-799-8181 Prn. Univ., $725/mo. M.any attractive features. 609-921-2714 PLAINSBORO - Brand eves. & wkends. new house, 8 rooms, 4 bedrooms, 2-1/2 baths, PRE-RE VOLUTIONARY near transp. $700 or best -6 room, 1 bath brick. Bo- offer. 201-460-1537 after 5 ro of Princeton, $650/mo. pm. John T. Henderson Realtors, 609-921-2776. HAMILTON TWP Spacious 4-bdrm, laundry room, wall-toKENDALL PARK - 4 wall, all extras, $275. — bdrm Ranch, 2 full baths, Ads subject to Rarage, private yard, availability. Home $570/mo., 1 yr lease plus Seeker Bkr $60 [609] 394security. 609-924-3914. 5900.

LARGE OLD country home on 65 ac. estate in HopewellTwp. 4 bedrms, 2 full baths, personal & financial references required. Family preferred. $550 per mo. Call for appt. only between 10am & 4pm. 609^ 924-5318.

BRUNS. ACRES - So. Bruns. 4 lee. BR. 2v-2 baths, Fam. Rm. w/fpl, lge. kitchen, c/air, 2 car gar. Walk to NY bus & superb elem. school. Avial. Sept. 1. $650. 609896-1426.

2 STORY CONTEMPORARY - with 4 bedrooms, 2'A baths, central air, finished basement w/wet bar. $615/mo. 609-799-4500. John T. Henderson, Inc. Realtors.

GRIGGSTOWN secluded ccottage, 5 room, firepalce, air, wall to wall, utilities pa, — ads subject to availability. Home Seeker Bkr $60 [609] 3945900.

LAWRENCEVILLE Luxury Townhouse. 3 bdrms, liv. rm., din. rm. Completely equipped kit-/ chen, full basement, w/\y carpet, all appliances, sm. patio, reserved parking. Immed. occupancy.$550; $550/mo. 609-921-0117 after 9 am.

EXCEPTIONAL VALUE in E. Windsor at $415/mo, 3 bdrms, full bath, eat-in kitchen, lge liv rm, & a country yard. All between Hightstown & Prn. 609-448-4272 ask for Gloria, bet. 8:30am-

NEAR RT 206 - Contemporary 3-bdrm, foyer, laundry rm, den, breakfast nook, $375! — Ads subject to availability. Home Seeker Bkr $60 [609] 39459O0.


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PRINCETON BOROUGH Classic, cozy cottage secluded in one of Princeton's nicest neighborhoods on private street. Immaculate condition. 2 bedrooms, 1 and •'_> baths, kitchen, living room with RENTAL: 3 bedroom fireplace, dining room, country cottage, lvg rm, plenty of storage, dng, rm kitchen, $500 d e t a c h e d garage, plus utilities, 609-921- flagstone terrace graced 1034. by cathedral pines. Easy maintenance lawn and PRINCETON 4 garden. 7 minute walk to bedrooms. Charming theatres. University and Cape Cod in Riverside shopping. New York bus area near University & stops at your door. Lake. $800/mo, Sept. Available Sept. 1. A gem occupancy. 609-921-6936 at $775.00 per month. Call 609-921-3639 during the eves. day; 609-924-7597 evenings. References WESTERN SECTION of please. Prn. charming half house, 2 bdrm, fpi, beautiful grounds, LAMBERTVILLE COT$450/mo (rooms can be TAGE - Charming 1 rented separately) 609- room efficiency with private enclosed patio in 924-4793, 924-6376. secluded area at rear of Coryell St. property. EAST WINDSOR-3 bdrm Modern kitchen, bath, Ranch, fpl, appliances, air cond. Easy to heat gar, $565/mo. 201-297- /$300 a month plus 6470. Utilities. 609-397-8358. ALL AREAS & PRICES 100s of vacancies. 7 cobroking offices to serve you. Call about your needs! Home Seeker Bkr $60 [609] ;i94-5900.

UNIQUE TWIN RIVERS TOWNHOUSE New listing-2 bedrm Twnhse extensively modified to a Triplex. Built-in stained wood bookshelves & cabinetry. Entire hse recarpeted & carefully maintained. 609-448-4312. SPACIOUS - country home for rent. 7 rooms, 2 baths, full basement, 1 car garage. $600/mo, 1 yr. lease minimum. 201249-5722 days, 201-3293101 eves, and weekends.

PRINCETON - off Nassau St. near uptown stores in walking distance to University, near local schools. 3 bedrooms, i->2 baths, kitchen, dining room, living room, basement. Also 2 car parking & back yard. 609-924-1788 after 3pm. TWIN RIVERS - charming 2 bdrm Twnhse, fully carpeted, a/c, avail, immed, $485/mo + utils. 609-799-2678.

IMMACULATE COUNTRY home located near Allentown N.J. 3 PRINCETON COL- bdrms, 3 full baths, -iiECTION x - 4 BR fireplace in den, large colonial, 1 k baths, fam. sunny kitchen w/disnrm with fpl., 2 car gar., wasner, carpeting, centr. air. Sale or rent. screened-in porch, $650/month 201-828-5900. $575/mo + utils. Security, lease & refs. req. 609-259-2950. NEW TOWNHOUSE - 1 bdrm in Jamesburg BEDROOM - house for conveniently located 20 4rent in Princeton. Call min from Princeton, cent collect, 212-285-3013. air, lg eat-in kit, all appl, $275/mo. 609-443-6148.

HOME HUNTER'S GUIDE Week of July 30 - August 1,1980



201-874-8000 609-924-3366


Miller Agency NEW LISTING Located on cul-de-sac in one of Montgomery's Township's most desireable neighborhoods, this home has 4/5 bedrooms, family room with brick fireplace and built-in bookcases. Call today for your private showing . . $159,900'.




THE WOODSIDE 3 bedrooms, 2'/i baths

Telephone (609) 924-4505 An Association of Indapandant Realtor*


THE BROOKVIEW 4 bedrooms, 21/$ baths.

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OPEN HOUSE THURSDAY, JULY 31,1980 • 10:30 AM -12:30 PM

Village Shopper Plaza Rt. 206 & 518, Rocky Hill, Nj MEMBER SOMERSET & MERCER MLS


8 Chambers Street, Princeton

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THE SADDLEBROOK 4 bedrooms, 2Vi baths


Comfortable country living in the midst of Montgomery Township's rolling hills. Each home is on over an acre, and has economical gas heat and hot water, ceramic tile, and fireplace with raised hearth. -OPEN HOUSE, SATURDAY AND SUNDAY, 1-4. Route 206 north to left onto Dutchtown-Harlingen Road (at church), then right on Holly Drive, right on Heather Lane, right on Johnson Drive.

CUSTOM BUILT FRENCH COLONIAL surrounded by WOODS. Welcoming center foyer. Spacious rooms. Family room (23.6 x 19.4) with Wet Bar. Four large bedrooms including Master Bedroom (29.8 x 13) with decorative vanity in dressing area. 2Vi Attractive ceramic tile baths. EVER SO MANY EXTRAS!!! JUST SPECTACULAR!!! MUST SEE THIS ONE!!! Call us for appojntment. DIRECTIONS: From Rte. 206 to Cold Soil Rd., second rigltf on Wood Lane to Laurel Wood Dr., left on Ivy Glen Lane, to Holly Lane and our sign on 18 Holly Lane.

CHESTERFIELD COLONIAL - on a gorgeous V? acre wooded lot. There's an extra wide driveway leading to the 2 car attached garage with electric garage door opener. The gracious entry foyer leads to a large living room, formal dining room, 20' family room with brick"fireplace and eat-in kitchen. The laundry room and powder room complete the first floor. On the 2nd floor there are four bedrooms and two full baths...It has central air and is in top condition.




SCENIC VIEWS from patio, dining room with French Doors, and kitchen with butler's, pantry are only 3 reasons you'll want to see this Montgomery Township 4 + bedroom hillside ranch today. $118,700

LAWRENCE TWP. $96,900.

LARGE FAMILY? This 5 bedroom Belle Mead expanded ranch with additional kitchenette is perfect for teenagers or in-laws. Raised hearth fireplace in the family room and 20' kitchen make this a real family home $119,500.

BRIDGEPORT AREA Custom-built 3 bedroom ranch offers family room, living room with fireplace and 12' wall of glass opening onto red basement includes den. Only $91,900.

SPACIOUS TWO STORY BRICK FRONT COLONIAL backing up to a woods. This well-built home features a large living room, formal dining room, eat-in kitchen, paneled family room and powder room on the first floor and four bedrooms and two full baths on the 2nd floor. There are also central air, a full basement, and a two-car garage.

HAMILTON TWP. $54,900.

MIDDLEBUSH $73,400 ROCKY HILL Perfect office for attorney, accountant, or retail sales with high visibility and parking area to accommodate 15 cars. For a private showing of this commercial-zoned property, call today .$79,900.

MINI HORSE FARM 3-stall horse barn, hay storage, pastures, 3 acres of rolling countryside near Clover Hill, inground pool with brick patio and 4 bedroom home available for $115,900.

CHARM OF YESTERYEAR Lovely 80 year old colonial with secret stairway, wine cellar, modern eat-in kitchen, spacious dining room on half acre in Hopewell Boro. Offered at $89,900.



Cozy Red Rancher in a historic village. Brick fireplace, pegged hardwood floors, and a 1 year old Congoleum no wax kitchen floor are just two of the features of this delightful home.

A New Office Center in Princeton



4bedrooms,2'/2 baths $149,900. 4 bedrooms, 2 fireplaces .$179,900. 4/5 bedrooms, 3 54 baths .$179,900. Luxury homes at affordable prices of $149,900 to $199,900. Imported ceramic tile, whirlpool tubs in master baths, all on 3 acres or more, some heavily wooded, in Montgomery Township's Sourland Mountain area.

Herrontown Road between Rt. 206 and Mt. Lucas Road

Fall 1980 occupancy on 2-story 20,000 square foot building

OPEN HOUSE, SATURDAY AND SUNDAY 1-4 Route 206 and 518 west, then right on Co. Rte. 13 at blinker, left on Grandview, right on Pin Oak.

FOB SALE BY OWNER Call collect Robert F. Kiely Helmsley-Spear, Inc., Rental Agent 212-880-0472 or Benedict Yedlin, Builder, Developer 609-921-6051

Houses For Rent Houses For Rent CRANBURY Wynnewood • 1 acre lot. 5 bedroom, 3 bath, new kitchen with dining area, dining room, living room, family room with fireplace. 2 car attached garage, carpeted full basement, gas, hot air heat, central air conditioning. $169,000. Phone 609-655-2656 for appointment. You will find the PEAK OF PERFECTION in this three bedroom ranch in Hillsborough Township. From the outside to the inside you will find little to do other than move in and enjoy the fenced yard and pntio. cozy family room with fireplace, and a flexible floor plan for family living, two car jjarage...worth the time to investigate. $112,500.


Now Building Section II BROOKMEAD in Montgomery Township 10% Mortgage Money Available to Qualified Buyers

REALTORS Route 206, Belle Mead, New Jersey 08502

Wm. Bucci Builder, Inc.


For information call: 609-924-0908


Houses For Rent Houses For Rent Houses For Rent Houses For Rent Houses For Rent TWIN RIVERS beautiful 3 bdrm Twnhse for rent. 201-386-1369 aft 6:30pm or wkends. PRINCETON - brand new beautiful Twnhse, $695/mo. 3 bdrms, f/r baths, deck, library, full bsmt, 5 mins to Prn. Univ-, 7 mins to train, swimming & tennis. Call day 212-269-0110, 609-7994397 eves & wkends.


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LAWRENCEVILLE - 2 FARMHOUSE - 8 rooms, bdrm townhouse, liy. rm, NICE HOUSE TO LET V2 baths, 2 fireplaces, 2 din. rm, modern kitchen $350 + utils. To couple or acres, East Windsor. with breakfast alcove, 1 other willing caretake & $550/mo. + utilities. bath plus'2 V2 baths, w/w mind pets. Sept., Oct. Available Sept 15. Reply carpeting, cent, .air, Write owner 234 Twin WHH #0963, Box 146, ample storage, garage, Rivers Dr. North, E. Hightstown, NJ. all appliances, outside Windsor, N.J. 08520. patio, swim club & tennis HIGHTSTOWN 3 included, many custom LAWRENCEVILLE for rent, avail bdrms, walking distance extras, $695/mo plus Twn-hse Sept. 1,1 or 2 yr. to town. Avajl. Sept. 1. utils. Occupancy mid around August/Sept. 1. Call 609- lease, 3 bdrms, Vk. baths, $395. 896-1660 daily except a/c, fully carpeted, all appliances, $550/mo, call Weidel Real Estate Thurs, 10am-5pm. 609-799-0214 aft 5pm. 609-448-6200

PRINCETON RENTAL 3-4 BR's, in-town location $6 50. Princeton Crossroads Realty Inc., Realtor, 609-924-4677.

PRINCETON CONTEMPORARY - 3 to 4 bedrooms. Walking distance to town. $725. Princeton Crossroads Realty, Inc., Realtors, • 342 Nassau St., Princeton. 609-924-4677. NEWTOWN/ LANGHORNE, PA. - Three bedrooms, living room with fireplace, Family Room, Separate Dining Room c/a, attached garage. Walk to shopping. Convenient 1-95, Conrail. 215-355-5173. HOUSE FOR RENT Family going abroad. Wishes to rent large beautiful country house on 6 acres, barns, etc., 8 mi. from downtown Princeton. Family or couples preferred. Avail. Sept. 1. for lor 2 yrs; Call 609-452-5716. FdR LEASE - 2BR, Twin Rivers Townhse. For info, call 609-443-4228 between 7-8pm.

"LOVELY COUNTRY house - 4 bedrooms, full basement, gazebo, fireplace, quiet horse WEST WINDSOR - farm setting, located Princeton Ivy East. 4 approximately five miles bdrm split Colonial, 2-V-z from downtown Prinbaths, 2 car garage, ceton and one mile from Highway . 1 central air, $650/mo. 609- U.S. $650/month. Call week799-0186. days '(609) 924-7757"

Mountain View area of Ewing Twp. Almost new Colonial with panelled family room, sliding glass doors to brick patio, professionally landscaped half acre lot, three bedrooms, formal dining room, and full finished basement.

N.T. CALLAWAY REAL ESTATE PRINCETON ADDRESS - Lovely 4+ BR Colonial, available. Sept. 1st, gas heat, all appliances included, country like setting. $725/mo. Call Mrs. Bleacher 609-921-1050 TWIN RIVERS Twnhseideal Quad I, 3 bdrms, 2M; bath, fm rm, cent/air, dw, dryer, enclosed patio, outdoor gas grill, nr pool & tennis. $500/mo, avail. Sept 1st. 201-277-1809 after 6 pm or 201-540-2159 M-F 9-5. MERCERVILLE spacious 4 bdrm. Colonial w/lge, liv. rm, din, rm, den w/fpl, 2V-> baths, in-ground pool, lge. private backyard, walking distance to school. 10 mins. to train. 1 yr. lease Sept. 1st. $650/mo. 609-924-8924.

DUTCH COLONIAL - well-built home with amenities such as the brick fireplace in the spacious, living room, formal dining room, four corner bedrooms, wall-to-wall carpet and an extra lot to be sold with the house.

NOW RENTING Princeton Arms Luxury Apartments ' 1 and 2 Bedrooms

Starting at $280. 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. Laundry Rooms Superintendent on site.

Open Mon.-Fri. 12:00-5:00 p.m. 609-448-4801 Directions: From Princeton: Princeton-Hightstown Rd., turn right on Old Trenton Rd., V, mile turn left and follow signs.

Houses For Rent Houses For Rent NEW HOPE, PA. INGHAM MEWS CONDO All new luxury Twnhse, unfurn, 3 bdrm, 21;. bath, w/refrig, stove & double oven, etc. Sunken liv. rm, fam. rm w/fireplace, dining area, full bsmt, private garage, swimming pool at Back door, heat pump w/central air, 30 mins. to Princeton, Prefer no small children or'large pets. $695/mo. Call owner 215-862-2143.

KINGSTON - lge completely renovated 3 bdrm unit, 1st fl of 2 family hse, quiet residential street, exc. location. Walk to HAMILTON TWP - 3 brand new bus, 5 mins to Prn. Wall bdrm, to wall carpet, modern Colonial, U-> baths, air cond, fireplace, 2 car eat-in kitchen, ample garage, basement, & storage & laundry, more. $600/mo util. secluded shaded yard. 609-890-8075 or plus 201-382$675/mo + utils. 609-924- 3635. 3990.

E. WINDSOR - Colonial, 4BR, 2'/2 B, W/W carpeting, 2-car ear., washer/ dryer/ refrig./ dishwasher/ CA. Avail, immediately - $600/mo. 4- util. Call Tighue Realtors 609-924-4505. E. WINDSOR - Hickory Acres, 3 bdrm, 2'^ bath Rancher, newly decorated, long or short term lease, security deposit required, $650/mo plus util. 609-4436057 after 7pm Thurs. EAST WINDSOR - 4 bedroom Colonial, 2 baths, w/w cpt, air conditioned. 2 car garage, $570/mo + util + l-'zmo. security. 609-4435272 or 452-1055.

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SHARON ARMS Sharon Rd. across from the Country Club. Just East on Rte. 130 at Rte. 33 North of I95 at Exit 7A, N.J. Tpke. . Mr. Sheehan 259-9449

SPECIAL - 'TWO FOR THE MONEY" Very large turn of the century colonial home on 1.79 acres with magnificent trees & shrubs built by one of this areas leading industrialists using only the finest in materials and workmanship, such as wide natural oak trim, spacious center hall with impressive open stairway, Spanish tile roof, a total of 13 rooms, 3'/£ baths including an ultra modern fully equipped kitchen, plus a separate 3 room and bath guest cottage or rental unit (shown above), impossible to duplicate at this low price of $139,900. •

• East Windsor In the Princeton Hightstown area. Luxury garden apart merits in quiet, suburban set tings. All have private' balconies spacious, well kept grounds Wall-to-wall carpeting. Free off street parking Swim Club

1001 DECORATING IDEAS ARE POSSIBLE HERE The rooms and hallways are spacious and sunny. The beautiful setting - partially wooded, overlooking a small lake, can be used to enhance the interior. The brick fireplace, inground pool, central air, attached greenhouse, and finished basement'provide the features demanded by today's discriminating buyer. $159,900. Montgomery Twp. Call 874-4121.

BUY NOW AND SAVE $10,000. Owners anxious for a quick sale have drastically reduced the price on this outstanding property. The advantage is yours. Located in Montgomery in the desirable Mill Pond area and bdasting spacious rooms, wide hallways, and a beautiful screened porch. 5 bedrooms, fireplace, central air. $124,900. For appointment to inspect call 874-4121.

SIMPLY SPLASHING Avoid weekend traffic jams; save gas; swim at home in your beautiful inground pool. The large yard is private for entertaining or sunbathing. The 5-bedroom Bi-Level is tastefully decorated and coordinated in earth tones. There's a lot more hot weather ahead - call 359-4121. Belle Mead. $109,900.

SAVE YOUR SOLES No steps to climb in a Ranch. Open kitchen/family room design gives a feeling of spaciousness and promotes family togetherness in the center of the house. Entertaining is easier too in this wellplanned 3-bedroomhome. Central air, central vacuum, intercom/Belle Mead. $97,500. Call 359-4121.

1 BR from $275

2 BR from $315

WYNBROOK WEST Dutch Neck Rd. Mr. & Mrs. White 448-3385

BRO0KWO0D GARDENS Hickory Corner Rd. Mr. Ptashinski 448-5531

FOR ANTIQUE LOVERS & DEALERS Charming village Victorian circa 1880 with 11 delightful rooms, IVz baths, 5 or 6 bedrooms, tastefully restored to accommodate a large family or perfect for a professional, approx. 1 V'l acres complete with a tennis court plus a large 2 story barn (shown above) ideal for antiques or restoration trade, convenient to Princeton. New Hope > Nooh ID Pnrwrti Avf (*r Sunrxo Sutmni *nd c

PHONE: 609-921-1155 Princeton Ave., Montgomery Twp.

(215) 6384510 or 885-2600, ' 12-6 daily or by appt.

DIRECTIONS: I-95. Exit 25E. Lett on Oxford Valley Road. Right on Big Oak Rd Left on Stony Hill Rd. (light) to samples.

DIRECTIONS: I-95. Exit West on Street Rd. (Rt. 132). Right on Hulmeville Rd. (513). Right on Park Ave. to samples.



Resort Properties

Business Properties

LONG BEACH ISLAND Barnegat Light overlooking bay. New 3 bedroom, 2 bath home, 2 decks, modern appliances, oversized garage. Near Marina and Yacht Club. Excellent location. Avail, all of Sept. 609-921-6578.

OCEAN COUNTY Homes For Living Magazine For your free copy call 201-270-4100 or write Real Estate Professionals, 814 Fischer Blvd, Toms River NJ 08753.

OFFICE SPACE - approximately 1750 sq. feet. Available on 3 year sublease in prime office building, between Princeton Jet. & Hightstown. 8 private offices, store room and large central area,. 609448-3200.

WINDHAM, NY (Cat- LONG BEACH ISL. - last skills) 3 BR Chalet wk in Aug, special rate w/fireplace, all ap- Aug. 30-Sept 6, V2 price pliances, w a l k i n g rate Sept & Oct, 609-655distance to NY bus, 2656, 609-492-8259. shopping. Close to lake w/boating . facilities, horseback riding, hiking STONE HARBOR - on a to trails, 18 hole golf double lot Vi block from course, swim & tennis the ocean. 7 bedrooms club. Avail wkly or plus. Sweeping wrap ninthly. 609-452-9440 9-5. around porch. A superb family vacation home. Fully furnished and PLAN YOUR SUMMER available now at $139,500. vacation in Big Bass Call Jim or Gloris Chase. Lake of Pocono. The Chase Agency 609Swimming, tennis, 737-1330. fishing, etc. Weekly or wkena rent avail. For P O C O N O VACAfurther info 609-799-9140 TION home - Clean, new, or 883-4IU5, eves. 3 bdrm, 2 bath, dishwasher, washer/dryer, OCEAN FRONT - Long; lake, tennis court, in-Beach Island. Beautiful' door/outdoor pool & new 3 bdrm., I 1 - bath. health spa no extra Washer/dryer, dish- charge. Call after 6 pm i washer, w/w carpet, 609-587-9279. Spectacular view. 201445-5856. LONG BEACH ISL. attractive ocean front HILTON HEAD IS., SC. - hse, 3 bdrm, l'/2 bath, 2 bedrm/2 bath Condo. - sleeps 6-8, avail. Sept. & golf-tennis-pool-weekly Oct., $45/day, also low rental. For info, call: 609- weekly rates. 609-799924-5560. 2235. SUNSET BEACH, Hawaii, 2 brm. house on beach, by wk./mo. 40 min. to Honolulu. Write: P.O. Box 760, Kalaheo, Hawaii 96741. RESORT PROPERTY Ocean City NJ. Beachfronl deluxe duplex - 4 bdrm. 3 bath & 3 bdrm, 2 bath units; 2 yrs old, all modern conveniences; have off-season or season "pollings. A.C. skyline. rvofyont' who vtsils our ,Tpm!mt.'ntS

1,250 SO. FT Office or Store Space on Main St, Hopewell Boro, immed. occup., presently divided into 5 sections. 609-8961625, keep trying. .1 & 2 BEDROOMS

FOR SA'LE - commercial property in Hopewell. Store & 2 apartments. Driveway & backyard. $75,000. Call 609-466-1708 bet. 6 & 7:30am & 5:30 & 9pm.

from $225. per month


Northgate Apartments / Swim Club

FIRST FL. OFFICE - on Nassau St. Approx. 600 Sq.Ft. Heat & parking included. $550. Associates Realty of Princeton, 162 Nassau St., Princeton, NJ 08540. 609-924-6501.

Rt. 541 just 1/4 mile north of 1-295 exit 47B Burlington Twsp. Phone (609) 387-2475 SAMPLE APT. & RENTAL OFFICE OPEN DAILY

Business Properties

Resort Properties

HILLSBORO TWP, Rt 2nd FLOOR OFFICE 206 - 9,000 sq ft of prime AVAILABLE NOW office, light manufacCenter of Hightstown turing, or warehouse : space built to buy. Call Panelled office approx 800 sqft-private entrance Derelco Industrial Park, off-street parking 201-359-7500. storage area. Separate heating/air conditioning. OFFICE SPACE - sublet, Especially suitable for 10x12, private office, research or architect's Research Park, Rt. 206, office, etc'. $300 per mo. arrangements $200/includes everything. Lease negotiable. Call 609-921-3686. BUSINESS OFFICE SPACE E. Windsor, 2 rm. mod. off. suite. Warren Plaza West. 2nd fl, carpeted, panelling. $275/mo inclds a/c & heat. 1 mo. security & 6 mo lease. Off; furn also avail for rent. 609-4486586 wkdays 9-4.

OFFICE RENTAL: Princeton North/206 near Airport, 3 rooms & private bath. $590. Call Linda at 609-921-7943 95pm, 201-874-8700. Century 21, Krol, Realtor. OFFICE SPACE Princeton Jet.,350 sq. ft., private entrance, private bath, parking, $300/MO. Country Heritage Real Estate, Realtors, (609) 799-8181.

Call your Broker or Art Wilson Gordon & Wilson Co 609-448-0507

OFFICE SPACE OFFICE TO SUBLET - Available - 22 Chambers available 3 days per Street, Princeton. Call week. Suitable for 609-924-0660. professional person. Call after 6pm, 609-896-0764. COLONIAL HOME 1st offering w/private ofWhite Horse BUSINESS PROPERTY fices inExc. for acOFFICE SPACE For for rent center of town, area. attorneys, rent - 400 sq. ft. Choice' perfect for interior countants, etc. Paved offNassau St. location. designer or architect, doctors, street parking apFurnished or un- avail immed. 609-924- prox. 12 cars. for Lighted furnished. G a r a g e 4794. sign near Kingston & available. 609-924-7865. Kemp Funeral Home, & Destribats &;. Hamilton OFFICE SPACE FO~fl Attorney's f offices. RENT - central Nassau OFFICE SUITE - 3 St. Small or large, avail/ $74,900. Call for an appt. rms/bath, 625 sqft heat & now, low rent. Telephone Ken Bird Agency elec. Suitable for Ar- secretarial services Realtor ch/Engr/Prof. $295/ available. 609-924-2040. 609-585-6782 month. 609-448-6504.

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Be near shopping, schools, and express buses to New York in this lovely !i bedroom townhouse, in Twin Rivers. This house features central air, fias heat, ") appliances and a beautifully landscaped oversized backyard with u brick patio and {{as (jrill, overlooking the lake. All this and priced riialistienlly. $04,500.


REALTORS Prlnceton-Hightstown Road Cranbury, New Jersey 08512 (609) 799-4500

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MEDFORD LAKES Beautiful lakeview rancher; 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, 2 fireplaces, large greenhouse, Florida room, many extras. Must be seen, to be appreciated. High $70s. 609654-9633.

ROSSMOOR - Jackson apt. 1 block from activity ctr. Lge. liv. rm. w/fpl, 2 bdrms. 609-655-4415. PRINCETON JCT. - New listing. Walk to train or schools. Mint condition, 4 bedroom, 2\-i bath Colonial. Eat-in kitchen, living rm., formal dining rm., family room with fireplace. Full finished basement. Located on cul-de-sac. Must be seen! Mature landscaping. Offered at $128,000. Peter L. Oliver, Realty, Realtor. 609-799-2058 anytime. NEW LISTING - Twin Rivers, 3 bdrm, 2>2 baths Split Level twnhse, cathedral ceiling, upgraded carpet, no wax floors, 5 appliances, new vert, blinds, fin. bsmt, extra insulation, gas grill, C/A, humidifier, good location. Assume 7% mortgage. Must see. 609-443-1850.

Constitution Hill Condominium Houses at Historic Constitution Hill Princeton, New Jersey (60") Q21-23O0 Collins Development Corporation


CENTRAL PRN TWP LOCATION - 2 story, 3 bdrms. + study w/builtin bookcases, wood panelled, liv rm w/brick fireplace, bright modern kitchen + informal din rm, 2 baths, laundry closet, c/a, 1 car gar, surrounded by mature trees on a small private lot, $99,900. Principals only. 609-921-3186 eves.




HILLSBORO CONDO Spacious 2 bdrm, 2 bath condo located in rural setting, w/w, Ig rooms & closets. Pool, tennis. In the 50s. Principals only. 201-874-8309 for appointment.

3 Bedrm, 2 Bath Town House with all appliances - very good condition, asking ; $59,750. 3 Bedrm Town House newly decorated, new carpeting and all appliances, many extras Asking $69,900.

Real Estate . For Sale

Real Estate For Sale TWIN RIVERS-Condo, 2 BR, 1 bath, $37,000. 609443-1178 Sundays. No brokers please.

Real Estate For Sale

TWIN RIVERS Spacious lakeside condo. 1 bdrm, den, easy NYC commute, lighted tennis courts, pool, walk to NY bus, shopping, schools. SO. BRUNSWICK 609-448-4899 eves & Landscapers - Nur- wknds. serymen - Investors Home Buyers - potential Mini-Farm: 6.79 acres SLEEPY HOLLOW in A-3 agricultural zone Toms River. Hidden in w/2 family house income the woods. 4 bedroom of $6600 per year. $59,500 Cape, family room, 2 takes all. Call ACA fireplaces, spacious Realty, Broker, 201-297- outdoor porch. Best area 1944. schools. Crossroads Realty, Inc. 201-244-4900; Pat Haines, 201-270SYLVAN SETTING - eves. compact Ranch, 3 5821. TWIN RIVERS - 3 bdrm, bdrms, 2 baths, c/a, 2l2 bath, modern eat-in shady terrace off liv rm, NORTH HANOVER kitchen, a/c, gas heat, fam: rm, fireplace, TWP - 3 bdrm Spanish gas grill, financing FHA $98,500. In Lawrence. Rancher with authentic VA or assumable. End W.S. Borden Realtor, details, cent. air, unit by pool. $68,500. 609- 609-883-1900. fireplace, 2'i> baths, 2 car 443-4171. garage, 1 yr. old, near golf course. Asking ALLENTOWN - Ellisdale BRANCHBURG -' im- $87,900. Gale Realtors, area. Play tennis & swim med. possession ,, new 609-890-8636. at your 2 lU acre mini custom-built Tudor Biestate. Lovely 3 or 4 Level, 3-4 bdrms, lge liv. VICTORIAN - pleasant bdrm all brick Rancher,' rm & din. rm, fam rm, hillside, lawn, old shade, 3 fireplaces, cent, air, fpl, 2 car garage, $91,900. veranda, 3 bd/ms, lMz barn, many extras. Blair House baths, 2 story workshop, Asking $169,000. Gale Real Estate, Realtor $76,000. W.S. Borden, Realtors, 609-890-8636. 201-725-8870 Realtor, 609-883-1900.

TWIN RIVERS - 3 bdrm twnhse, Quad IV, 2V2 bath, maj appl, upgrd cpt, cent air, gas grl, cable TV. Independent Broker willing to assist with financing or assumable mortgage avail. 609-443-4649.' E, WINDSOR - 4 bdrm. Colonial, 10 yrs. old, near Kreps School. 2>2 baths full bsmt. cent, air, good condition. A great value at $80,000. Call 609-4486586 weekdays only, 9am to 4pm. No brokers please.

REALTORS 166 Nassau Street Princeton, N J . (609)924-1600

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54 Princeton-Hightstown Road Princeton Junction, NJ (609) 799-2022

Real Estate For Sale LAMBERTVILLE - at Byroad Farm Northfield we're finishing a single family home of unusual interest. Active & Passive Solar Air Heat, with wood stove back-up as well as reg. oil fire & C/A. Optional domestic Solar Hot Water in addition to oil fire. Exterior of natural cedar & fieldstone. 3,000 so. ft. area includes LR, DR, & Entry w/flagstone floors; 12'x23' kitchen w/cathedral ceilings, overlooked by Solar guest rm/study; 2>L» baths; Master & 2nd BR's both w/Solar Clerestories & cathedral ceilings; bsmt family rm w/wood stove & Solar Greenhouse. Plus lg 2 car garage; storage bsmt; wood deck; screened porch; drilled well; city sewer; professionally landscaped 4/10ths acre lot in an established area of quiet serenity. Priced at about $179,500 plus options. Located on Northfield Court at Studdiford St. Open daily 3-5; Sat. & Sun. 1-5. William M. Hunt, Architect & Builder, 609397-0737. EAST WINDSOR - 4 BEDROOM Colonial, exc. condition, 5 yrs. old. Central air in Warren Park Estates. Avail, immed. $76,500. Call 609.448-6586 weekdays 9am4pm. No brokers please. TWIN RIVERS - Quad IV, 3 bdrm townhouse with assumable mortgage. Completely upgraded with many, many extras + decorator features. Must see to appreciate, 609448-4072.

3692 Nottingham Way Hamilton Square New Jersey (609) 890-3300


Real Estate For Sale FOR SALE OR RENT Two story Colonial townhouse condominium in Montgomery Township near Rocky Hill. Downstairs- living room with entry area, powder room with laundry, family room with wood burning fireplace & sliding doors opening onto deck overlooking wooded area & stream, electric kitchen with dining,area. Upstairs large Master bedroom with walk-in closet & private bath, 2 additional bedrooms and full bath. Living area fully carpeted, pull downstairs to floored attic with very large storage space. Electric heat pump & central air conditioning, attached utility shed. Sale - 895,000, Rent $700/per month. Call Lorraine Tams, 609-9212720. HILLSBORO - Brookside Sq. exec, split level townhouse. 3 BR, 21.2 Baths, E.I.K., DR. gas ht., basement, swim pools, tennis cts, much more. $73,900. 201-5911357 after 5 WD, all day Sat. & Sun. WASHINGTON CROSSING - 2 bdrms, 1 bath, nice old shade, garden, $57,500. W.S. Borden, Realtor, 609-883-1900. TWIN RIVERS - 4 ..bedroom Townhouse in beautiful condition and featuring fully equipped ultra-modern kitchen, 24 baths, living room, dining room and den. FHA:yA financing for qualified buyer. Only $69,900. Call: Lambert Realty, Realtor, 609-5861700.

MANVILLE — OWNER WILL HOLD FIRST MORTGAGE Rve room ranch, full basement, 1 bath, 2-car garage, vacant. Immediate occupancy. '. $45,000.

MANVILLE-NORTH SIDE 3 FAMILY INVESTMENT PROPERTY Owner will hold first mortgage. Call for details $79,900. MANVILLE - MAINTENANCE FREE HOME A premier home in a premier location is this 9 room custom built bi-level featuring 4 bedrooms, rec room LR, DR, modern kitchen with DW, 1 Vx baths, laundry room, utility room, 3 zoned hot water heat, cen- , tral air, 1 car garage, fenced in yard. Beautifully landscaped parcel. Lot size 126' x 100' $99,900. HILLSBORO - OWNER MOVING OUT OF STATE , Is this 6-room custom-built rancher. Tastefully done Coldnial - finished interior. Manteled fireplace, huge two-car garage, 3 bedrooms, living room, dining room, kitchen, full bath, "rec-room, full basement, many, many extras. Will sell V.A. or F.H.A. to qualified buyers. Will accept any reasonable offer. ' MANVILLE - NORTH SIDE To be constructed. 5 room ranch, full basement, bath and a half. Call for details.

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N1NGTON BORO! A charming cape cod on a treed half acre lot. Large, bright living room, dining room with chair rail and wainscoting, kitchen, family room & powder room on the first floor. Three bedrooms, two full baths, one car garage, plus special features such as a cedar closet, hardwood floors, & built-in cabinets and bookshelves. Ride your bike or walk to schools, church and shopping. . . . . $92,500.

with beautiful redwood deck overlooking very private fenced in garden and green lawn. Many deluxe features including air conditioing, gas heat and wood burning fireplace. All this plus walk to village and the New York bus line $139,500.


Visit this especially attractive'one-story contemporary with cathedral living and dining rooms, big country kitchen, 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, all located in a very special Princeton neighborhood $129,900.

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Nice location. 5 room, 2 story home. Full basement. 50 x 100'lot. Low taxes. Asking $34,900.

A lovely two story colonial on a large wooded lot with mature plantings. Living room with fireplace, formal dining room, large eat-in kitchen, study with Franklin Stove and built-in bookcases. On the second floor 4 bedrooms and 2 full baths. Basement completely finished. Addtothis a lovely built-in pool $162,500.

MANVILLE • 2 FAMILY Duplex. Aluminum siding. 4 rooms and bath each apartment. 2 full basements. Separate heat and utilities. Close to Main St $69,900. APPROVED BUILDING LOT Place. 127' x 170.' Over 10,000 sq. ft Asking $14,000.


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201-725-1995 EVM. . 201-722-0761 or 359-3245 MEMBER MULTIPIE USTING Silt VKC

Real Estate For Sale Professionals — Unique opportunity in Montgomery Township. A large four bedroom, two bath colonial BiLevel on an acre plus. Work at home with approximately 900' of office space. Excellent for doctors, lawyer, dentist, accountant, photographer. There's even a darkroom! Two car attached garage and small barn. Please country l o c a t i o n . . . . $108,000.

New Listing: A lovely four bedroom colonial in desirable Princeton Farms. Living room, formal dining room, eat-in kitchen, family room with fireplace, powder room and laundry on first floor. Four large bedrooms and two full baths on second. $107,000.



R ' Nestled, in the Northern Hills of Hopewell Township is this custom contemporary with 4/5 bedrooms. 3 full baths and its very own brook. Family room with two-story window wall, stone fireplace. 2 car garage and over 2 Vi acres of mature woods. Offered at $127,000.





Hopewell House Square, Hopewell, New Jersey 08525 (609)466-2550

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CUSTOM DESIGNED Contemporary Colonial home in Ewing Glendale area. 2 fireplaces, air cond, 3 bdrms, din. rm, den. new kitchen, 2>/fe baths & more. Fully landscaped for sale by owner. $69,000. 609-7719249.

BELLE MEAD -10 miles north of Princeton. 4-5 bdrm. house on 3/4 acre, semi-wooded lot; 2 car garage; cent, air, gas neat, 20x45 patio plus many, extras. $105,990. Principals only. 201-3592769.

EAST WINDSOR Sacrifice, must sell by August 3rd, largest model built, 4 bdrm, 2'/ij baths, eat-in kitchen, appliances, C/A, gas heat, carpeting & hardwood floors throughout. Many extras. Reduced to $79,900. 609-443-5649.

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EAST WINDSOR - By HOME INSPECTIONS-owner, 3 BR, lxk bath by licensed professional Ranch; large new kit- engineers with conchen, central air +struction experience. humidifier; fenced 1/2 Princeton Home Inacre lot, two-car garage; spection, 20 Nassau St., good quiet location; close 609-921-3775. to schools, shopping, train, Tpke; clean, wellinsulated, trouble-free; CONSTITUTION HILL immed. occup; ap- IN PRINCETON - the estate of praised $79,900, asking historic restored $75,900, 609-448-4238 beautifully eves; 609-683-2115 days. mansion apartments & tastefully designed individual ConRIVERSIDE AREA - dominium houses. at its very close to L. Car- best just aliving walk negie. Contemporary from Palmerbrisk Square. house, 4 bedrooms, Vh. Prices starting a t baths, large living room $243,000." lins with fireplace, large D e v e l o p m e n tC o lCorfamily room, game room poration, Sales Office (with separate endaily 10am-5pm, trance), central air open conditioning, 2 c a r609-921-2390. garage, lovely treed corner lot. $175,000. By ASSUMABLE %% owner, 609-924-8481 or MORTGAGE - Twin reply Box ((03219 c/oRivers 3 bdrm, 2% bath, Princeton Packet. 5 appl + many extras. Must be seen to be appreciated. High $60's. CLEARBROOK CON- 609-448-5219. DOMINIUM - Resale specialists - We have Braeburne, Timberline, FOR SALE by Owner Master-Lodge, Ever- Contemporary house, 4 glade and Delray 2'£ baths, Models. One, two and bedrooms, large living room, large three bedrm. Most with family room, pool room,: enclosed patios, ap> fireplace, a i r conpliances, carpet and ditioned, 2 car garage, many extras incl. For lot. Carnegie Lake excellent values starting lovely Riverside area. Close to at $49,900. Call us now. -everything yet private. Levinson Associates, $175,000. No realtors. 609Licensed Real Estate 924-8481 or reply Box Broker, 201-548-2244 - #03154 c/o Princeton Evenings & weekends. 609-655-4519 or 609-655- Packet. 0909, SOMERSET - 3 bedroom Ranch. Full wall ECONOMY BRICK fireplace w. blower. HOME - 2 bdrms, a i r , newly spacious tree-shaded lot, Central decorated country kitstone sun porch, car- chen, skylight, gar., peted throughout, eat-in 2 thermo-sliding2 car doors to kit. exc. cond. $31,900. landscaped grounds, Call 609-695-6636. many extras, 1 blk. to NY bus. Low taxes. $86,900. LONG LANE FARM - 201-545-2771. marvelous Colonial Farmhouse w/acreage, stream, farm pond, pool. TWIN RIVERS Quad IV. Separate studio, stable, 4 bdrm Twnhse, c/a, all barn, just about appliances, recently everything. W.S. Borden, redone inside & out. No Realtor 609-883-1900. brokers please. 609-4486622. EAST WINDSOR 4 BEDROOM HOUSE 1/2 ACRE LOT TWIN RIVERS - Quad FOR DETAILS IV, 3 bdrm, 2M: bath cent 609-443-4794 air, w/w cpt, all appl, full bsmt, gas grl nr pool & tennis. For more info call 609-443-3628. No Brokers SLEEPY HOLLOW - please. Toms River. Hidden in the woods, 4 bedroom Cape, family room, 2 fireplaces, spacious TWNHSE - Brookside Sq. outdoor porch. Best area 3 bdrm, 2'^ bath, w/w school. Crossroads carpet, slate entrance, Realty, Inc. 201-244-4900. cent, air, gas heat, full Eves Pat Haines at 201-C basmt. bkyard, private swimming & tennis club. 270-5821. $75,500. 201-359-2318.

Real Estate For Sale R0SSM00R - CONDO/ COOP resale specialists. NY & Conn, models avail. Lovely locations. Enclosed patio or porch. Many extras. Excellent values starting at $54,900. Also Madison coop, with large enclosed patio. Corner location facing golf course $38,900. Stock Certificate. Approx. $23,000 mtg a t 5'/4%. . Very desirable home, beautifully decorated. Close to NY bus & rec. facil. Call now for appt. Levinson Associates, he. real estate broker, 201548-2244, eves & wkends 609-655-4519 or 609-6550909. HIGHTSTOWN - well constructed low maintenance, 3 yr. old BiLevel. 2 living areas. Garage, cathedral ceilings, oak floors. $68,000. 609-443-6398 eves aft 9pm. ROSSMOOR MUTUAL 4B CondoGolfswimming - tennis. Fantastic view from 3 exposures. Liv. rm, din. rm, fam. rm, enclosed porch, 2 bdrms, 2 baths. Kitchen has self-cleaning oven, garbage disposal, GE appliances in laundry & kitchen. Freshly papered & tiled, drapes & carpets. Short term mtge avail to qualified buyer. Priced at $67,000 or avail, for rent. Minimum age: 48 yrs. 609-799-8811 or 609395-0045. HIGHTSTOWN - energy efficient 3 bdrms, 2V-. baths, bsmt, garage, carpeted, drapes, all appliances, cedar shingle siding, well insulated, thermopane windows, gas heat, c/a, 8 yrs. old, exc. cond, large well kept very private yard, lawn furn., gas bar-b-que, walk to market & express bus to NYC. Assume 7% mtge, sale by owner, $75,000 call 609-448-0214. TWIN RIVERS - Quad I, Orig owner. 2 bdrm converted to 3. fin sbsmt, assumable mtg. Mid 50's. 609-448-7365 evenings 201826-5010 days.

A SPECIAL BRICK RANCH! Surrounded by trees and secluded yet convenient • Princeton address in Lawrence Township. Custom details arc evident throughout - living room with stately stone fireplace, cathedral ceiling and paneled with distinction: dining area with bay window: eat in kitchen: paneled study or bedroom: two large bedrooms; bath and a half: basement, two car garage, central air 0|

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TWIN RIVERS Assumable 7V2% mortgage. Mint condition. 3 bedroom townhouse. All appliances, finished basement w/workroom, new carpeting, patio, gas grill, double sned. New Oversized central air conditioner. 609-443-3594.

ATTENTION HORSEMEN - 60 acres standard bred training farm for sale. Half mile training track, 150 stalls, paddock, storage barn. Convenient location to major tracks. Many extras; For info, call 609396-9689.

BORDENTOWN - lovely Twnhse 3 bdrms, 1 1/2 baths, gas heat, exc. location, walking distance to shopping, bus & church, 25 mins to Prn., 10 to Trenton. 609298-4768

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FOR HISTORIC MASTER- C L O S I N G AVAIL IMMED. - 2 SEEKING - Professional YARD SALE -10 Taylor PIECE - built on land VACATION-8/9-9/2. The bdrm. 2 story home on M> at Mont- acre lot in Roosevelt (5 to share large townhouse Ave. Hightstown (off purchased from Wm Greenery Penn in 1681 and listed in gomery Center is having mi..outside Hightstown), apt. on the Delaware. South St) 9 to 3 pm Aug: 2 & 3. 609-883-8068. Pa. register of historic a gigantic sale. modern kitchen, sites. & landmarks. $400/mo, 1V month 2 GAL/GUY FRIDAY 1974PLYMOUTH-2 dr, 8 This 4 bedroom, 2y2 bath Magnificent fieldstone security, tenant to pay •76 PACER $1700. cyl, auto, a / c , good colonial is just waiting residence, original all utils. Contact 609-452-8043. running cond, price section built 1706, on 75 N.J. Monthly-is looking S u s s m a n for the family looking for Realty, reduced to $950. Eves acres of woodland, for a bright individual to Realtors, 609-896-9300. ample living space & a BI-LEVEL - 4 bdrms, 2 BRIDGEWATER East 609-924-0990. rolling meadows & large assume diverse duties gracious style of living. baths, F / P in fam. rm. '70 INT'L SCOUT - 6 cyl, spring fed pond in including mail room, The panelled family Historic Allentown, by 4-5 bedroom raised brick auto, good cond, $750. fullfillment, Buckingham Twp. 12 order room with its beautiful owner, $59,900, 609-259- ranch on IV2 plus heavily SHEET METAL InMOHAWK - luxury 4 BR wooded, acres. rooms, 3 full baths, 2 errands. Must have car. Lakefront, $400/wk-Aug. 'After 6. 609-466-0914. colonial fireplace is an 9258. staller - residential Livingroom w/fireplace, Permanent full time, powder. rooms, 4 ideal location for the reduced Sept. 201-725- SOMETHING FOR apartment work. 609-395dinjngroom, kitchen minimum exp. nee. Call fireplaces, beautifully children while the large 0350. • 3168. Everyone - Carnival updated with modern Nancy Pritchard, 609living room remains CENTER HALL Colonial (needs remodelling), 2 921-7576. glass, depression glass, amenities while intact for formal en- - Large living room, baths, full basement, 2 EWING - 1 bdrm, liv rm pewter, tools & many KIMBALL PIANO - exc retaining the authentic tertaining. A big entry formal circular dining car attached garage, w/fpl, din rm, eat-in kit, collectibles. Also cond, upright, dark old Bucks Cnty. charm. '72 MUSTANG II GHIA foyer, kitchen, 2 c a r room, large modern eat- screened porch. New wood. Reasonable. 609many built in hutches & fishtanks, some furniture roof, new oil burner. Excellent stone barn 4 spd, radials, am/fm, cabinets, washer/dryer, garage & full basement in kitchen, family room 443-5578 after 5 "(655-4245 NICE RURAL RANCH, & many household items. Asking $120,000. Call 201with stalls and tack air, 15,000 mi., $5700. 609- a/c,"| part provide all the living with brick > fireplace 945 sq. ft. of comfortable carpeted, Sat, Aug. 2, 9 to 5, Rain 9 to 5) space & storage most raised hearth and wood 722-4450 after 6:30 p.m. living space. LR, eat-in room, carriage house, 799-9345 aft. 5. porches, 2 family home date Aug. 9th. 222B guest cottage, 20x40 HORSE TRAILER. any family could want. box. 4 bedrooms, 2Vfe Principals only. kitchen, 2 BR's, 1 title inground pool with pool on quiet street. Garage Stockton St., Hightstown. 2 baths. Basement with Step-up. New paint, good Well landscaped & bath, porch enclosed GASOLINE POWERED avail. Avail Sept. 1 $375. house, and many more cond. Make an offer. 201ideally situated this finished playroom, office with aluminum storms & features for gracious - Edger, excellent con- 609-396-3400 days 609-989359-8438. property is reasonable and workshop. Lots of '72 PINTO only 43,000 screens, full dry country living with dition, $25; 28" window 9781 eves. O W N E R - basement, some wall to, complete privacy. Good fan,$10. 609-586-1224. priced at $105,000. storage space. 2 c a r B Y mi, brand new trans, exc PRINCETON COLgarage, large fenced in PRINCETON area home wall carpeting, lge air, commuting to Princeton, DIRECTIONS: Rt. 130 cond in & out. $1375. 609- LECTION new PART TIME - Per- 448-0300. one-half acre conditioner,allsitting on Phila. or New York. North, left on Hickory yard, play area, kennel on Colonial, 4 bdrm, 2 ! 2 and patio. Many extras. manent typist to work in surrounded by mature YORK BARBELLS 6' Corner, right on Dutch bath, 2 car, fpl, c/a, wall at $900,000 1.85 acres & connected to Offered Neck, left on Wiltshire, Near train and bus trees & shrubs, masonry city water & sewer. Elliott Realty, Realtor, steel bar & 160 pounds word processing center. C H E M I S T A P - to wall, option to buy, service. Gas heat, Knowledge o f Mag A and exterior and attached plates & collars, comright on Cherry Brook, PLICATIONS - In- $700 + ufils. Security, 609-771-9133. New Hope air. Kensington garage. Living room $63,000. plete, $65. York heavy dictaphone skills a plus. dustrial.' applications refs. Immed occup. 201left onto Wickham. Look central Office, 215-862-5211. Estates, East Windsor. Suburban Princeton Allen &Stults Co., with fireplace (opening duty belt, $15. 609-924for our sign. Eves: 215-297-5319. 609-443-4379 or 443-4448. to screened porch), location. Hours Tues & work on surfactants & 257-6745 day, 201-821-9727 Broker 8312. chemicals. eve. $98,500. Fri, 8:45am-5:15pm. specialty dining room, kitchen 106 North Main St. Third day hours & day Industrial exp. req. All adjoined by breakfast W S BORDEN Hightstown, N.J. 08520 WATER negotiable. If interested benefits. Reply in con- WASTE room, two bedrooms, 609-655-0110 or DREAMS COME TRUE- WILL TRADE my '79 please call Debbie Bart fidence to A. Chris ten- treatment. Assistant Realtor 609-8.83-1900 expandable attic, full UNIQUE 609-448-0110 In your 3 acre paradise Caprice Classic, fully 609-921-2806 ext. 210 for sen, The Miranol operator, experienced & basement. Well built, TWIN RIVERS Chemical Co., Box 411, able to assume just outside New Hope equipt, 12,000 mi or gas interview. EOE. -well cared for home only TOWNHOUSE Dayton, NJ 08810, 201- responsibility. Mainwhere your secluded pool or diesel small car one mile from train on getting 25-35 mpg + TWIN RIVERS: Two 329-3900. tenance man, exo v e r l o o k s t h e TEMPORARY OPENbedroom Townhouse, New listing-2 bdrm quiet street. $89,500. 609p e r ie nc e d & magnificent landscape cash. 609-448-9088. extensively 452-8297. ING - for person to Quad II, all five major Twnhse TWIN RIVERS-3 bdrm abounding in fairyland mechanically inclined & work days on a weekly ART DECO bdrm chest willing to learn. Trainee, appliances included, modified to a Triplex. twnhse, cent air, w/w perennials, flowering & dresser, $50/both, Art Built-in stained wood basis, 7am-3pm to pack semi-finished basement, cpt., upgrd appl., full shrubs, mature shade .'71 SUPER BEETLE willing to work & learn course Deco brass bed, parts all phases. Write to assumable VA mortgage bookshelves & cabinetry. bsmt., many extras. trees and softly New eng, McPhearson educational missing, $50. Many more Entire hse recarpeted. SALE, SUITABLE FOR 7V2% assume mtg. Byc a s c a d i n g with $34,700 balance at Linpro Utility Co, Attn: s t r e a m strutts, great mileage, materials. If interested home owner. Mid $60's. 609-443- through a natural ravine. exc. runingcond, $1095 or call Debbie Bart 609-921- unusual items for sale. Mr. Pesce, P.O. Box 279, 9' 2 %. Priced in mid 50's. Fully painted inside & home owner, 609-799-4815, eve, 609-683out last summer. Ideal owner w/rental income 6189. 2806 ext. 210 for inRED CARPET Plainsboro, 08536 or call Plastered stone home best offer. 201-874-5524. terview. EOE. 2173 day. DIDONATO 609-448-6555 location for N.Y. com-from 2nd unit or small Mr. Pesce, 609-799-0030 circa 1752 tastefully days, 609-448-4134 muter, 1 block to bus for investor, Single hse on or eves 799-1093. restored and added to. N.Y.C. Walk to school Lytle St. Double hse on evenings. '78 HONDA CIVIC, gd. ADVERTISING ASST30' living room, dining WILL SACRIFICE w/out crossing street. All John St., or store front MANVILLE - 4 BR Cape cond, 32 mpg, reg gas, RESPONSIBLE appliances, central a/c & w/apt unit on John St. with alum, siding, room with fireplace, den $3600 Pecan dining room $3300. 609-466-0897. Specific experience in roommate wanted to vac. Thermo pane Priced for immed. sale awnings, carport. LR, with fireplace, terrace set by Heritage;., 81" MEDIA selection & room, 2 Bedrooms, Pecan couch & coffee share country duplex ROCKY HILL - New 3 windows and doors. from $26,500 to $37,500 kit., basemnt.. patio, modern kitchen and bath'' table. Call 609-921-8796. '79 HONDA ATC110- placement, BUDGET apartment in Hopewell. 7% mtge. w/financing avail. 609- w/w. Principals only. bdrm. Cape Cod with Assumable New, $760. 201-3694663 management, all aspects Lots of privacy. $195 plus Carefully maintained. 452-1234, 609-924-0633, 609- $69,900. Call 201-722-2564 on 1st floor. 2 bedrooms, maintenance free ex- 609-448-4312. of agency BOOK- utilities. Call 212-873-9759 after 4pm. sitting room and bath on between 6 & 9_p.m._, 924-0746. terior. Attached 2 car KEEPING, FILING, eves or 212-790-8960 days. 2nd, old charm in CLEANING PERSON garage. Call The Miller TYPING. abundance, beautiful for offices, days, Miranol 23,500 BTU, Chrysler systems, Agency, appointment at in agency floors, i n t e r e s t i n g Chemical Co. Dayton, Titan air conditioner, 3 Fluent 609-924-3366 or 201-874- SPRAWLING RANCH jargon. Able to cre- CHEMIST R&D - syn201-329-3900. p a n e l i n g , e x p o s e d spd, 240 volts, ideal for thesize s u r f a c t a n t s , Toms River. Spaciously ELLISDALE RD., just 8000. working control specialty natural stone walls. garage, store or wall ate chemicals. laid out family room, outside ALLENTOWN. systems where none $189,500. Elliott Realty, Pa. Properties unit, $250, call 201-359Experience req. AH country kitchen. VA HVz acre farmette. 3 b/r, exist & to maintain them. THE DEADLINE FOR Realtor, 609-771-9133 New 3387. benefits. Replv in confiCrossroads l>/2 baths, 1/r, d/r, kitCordial & emphathetic. dence to A. Christensen, SOUTH BRUNSWICK - appraised. Word Hope office, 215-862-5211. TIME OFF's chen, laundry room. Knowledgeable about the Rural Ranch on 3/4 acre Realty, Inc. 201-244-4900. FULL BASEMENT. 2 Games contest #21 is '78 KAWASAKI KZ650, Eves: 215-297-5319. The Miranol Chemical' in mint condition with all Eves Pat Haines 201-270- car attached garage. 1 August 11. See page 2 of 6,300 mi, many extras, way the world works. Co., Box 411, Dayton, NJ 5821. CONSIDER PA. utilities on cul de sac TIME OFF for details. exc. cond, $1575 or best Focused, efficient & 08810 201-329-3900. car detached garage. TAX ADVANTAGES street. Excellent mother/ NEW ENGLAND FARM Farmland Assessed. 1500 offer. Mon-Fri, 9-5, 201- effective. Able to seize daughter facility. 8 BEFORE YOU BUY responsibility with zeal. HOUSE Xmas trees now planted. PACKER - willing to 874-2321,- aft 5 & wkends Willing rooms with 2 full & 2 '•• COLONIAL Split Level - Stream. Excellent for to support FOUND - Female dog, 201-821-7989. shepherd, 7 mos. work full time packing & baths. g a r a g e , 5BR, 2 ' 2 baths, LR DR, truck farm, fruit or- We are offering a 5 bdrm Located in the heart of overloaded nitpicker. part very affectionate, basement, huge screened family room w/brick chard, horses, etc. Call 3 1/2 baths, expanded historic Bucks County, lifting heavy cartons EST graduate preferred. old, free to good home. Days porch, Tennessee marble fireplace, laundry room for appointment and Cape on a professionally convenient to the quaint must have drivers lie. BICYCLE - men's 10 spd, 609-639-2331, eves 448for an appt if in- Kahlkoff, brand new, 609raised hearth fireplace, with clothes chute, attic, more details. landscaped double lot shops 609-924-2333 5-6pm only of Peddlars Call 5096. with Irees, trees & more. basement, and attached close to 1-95. Superb Village-New Hope. This terested, 609-452-1505, 799-473R All replys are held in APPLE REALTY, INC. ACA REALTY, Broker, 2-car garage. Hardwood Newtown neighborhood classic country charmer ask for Ann. strictest confidence. EOE 609-758-3900 DAYBREAK 201-297-1944. BABYSITTER - My • m/f. & schools. Downstairs is blended into this floors throughout, LABRADORS Master bedrom suite, ecologically balanced FLOWER SALE - Fresh home, on call basis. $1.50 central air conditioning, Labrador Retriever per hour, experienced wood panelled fam rm, community through the daily flowers at 25-50% sundeck adjoining DR, puppys. Show, field, pet. off. 8/1-8/9 at The T W I N R I V E R S only. 609-921-2639. SECRETARY for GE family kitchen, & use of stone & cedar fully stocked kitchen Older dogs. Stud service TOWN- s c r e e n e d Research & Sales Dept. avail. AKC/OFA. 609-883p o r c h siding. Quality con- Greenery, Montgomery side/side refrig.-freezer, DETACHED Center. super overlooking a very struction, excellent dishwasher, double oven HOUSE . in LANDSCAPE - Ar- of Chemical Co. Dic- 4505. stove, disposal. Located condition with 4 good- private patio & pool area. detail & design. 2 acres of LAMBERTVILLE - 2 c h i t e c t u r e student tation, typing, Spanish landin one of Princeton's sized bedrooms with a Extras too numerous to p r o f e s s i o n a l seeking room or apt. in helDful. All benefits. '71 BMW BAVARIA bdrm central location, most desirable areas on walk-in closet and full list. Quality construction s c a p i n t F a b u l o u s $340/mo + utils. 201-574- exchange for work in the Miranol Chemical Co exc. cond, a/c, leather int, very reasonable Poe Rd. Beautiful tree bathroom. The main & decor. Asking $210,000. country kitchen, French 6436 days, 609-924-2680 Princeton area. Ex- 201-329-3900. price, 609-89fi-il7i. perienced gardener. shaded, acre size lot with bath features a double doors leading from liv. eves. Male, 30 yrs. old. Ref. 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