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MONMOUTH COUNTY'S HOMETOWN NEWSPAPER SINCE 1878

SUNDAY, OCT. 2. 1988

VOL. 13 NO. 4 50 CENTS

Clinic is target of 2-hour march against abortion By RANDY BRAMEIER THE REGISTER

SHREWSBURY — For the second time in 15 days, and with an eye on their next possible march, protesters yesterday picketed the Planned Parenthood clinic to deliver the same message: They kill babies here. More than 150 people, many carrying signs, marched peacefully on sidewalks in front of and behind 69 E. Newman Springs Road. Some parents carried their babies and pushed baby carts as they marched. Organized by the Christian Action Council, MOMiinniili and Ocean counties, the two-hour protest against abortion differed from the five-hour "Operation Rescue" that drew 300 people Sept. 17. A third protest could occur here Oct. PROTEST MARCH — More than 100 protesters marched between barricades in front of Planned Parenthood, Newman 29, designated as the "National Day of Springs Road, Shrewsbury. The protest was the second in IS days, but the message was the same. Rescue," the Rev. John H. Ball III said. Organizers will schedule a protest in the

"metropolitan New York-New Jersey area" for that date, he said. They have not decided where to protest, he said. So far. the protests have failed to deter any one seeking help, unless otherwise "intimidated," said Phyllis Kinsler, executive director of the Planned Parenthood office. "I don't think it (the protests) has had any impact," she said. "We want people to Know that we plan to stay here. We. don't intend to leave or close." At the first protest, protesters sought to "rescue" any victims — any unborn fetuses — from, abortion by blocking three entrances to the structure. Borough police, assisted by five departments, removed protesters one by one and arrested one man. Yesterday, by design, protesters used a different method to convey the same message. Ball said. Peter Mazzei, vice president of the Ocean County council, said organizers See PROTEST, Page 2A

GOP leader backs Azzolina By SEAMUS McGRAW THE REGISTER

SHREWSBURY — Rep. Guy Vander Jagt, the chain-smoking leader of the Republican National Congressional Committee, turned up in Monmpulh County yesterday to boost Joseph Azzolina's bid to reclaim the 3rd Congressional District for the GOP. In an interview yesterday at The Register's office, Vander Jagt characterized the race between Azzolina and Democrat Frank Pallone as "one of the most important in the nation," and stressed that NRCC planned to spent about $100,000 — more than in any other race in the nation — in the district. The seven-term Michigan Republican also used the opportunity to counter charges, leveled this week by a local environmental group with ties to Pallone, that Vander Jagt is "an anti-environmentalist,'' with "one of the worst environmental records in Congress."

Vander Jagt, a member of the Republican house leadership and the ranking Republican on the House Ways and Means Committee, said that of the 26 open seats for the 102nd Congress, the 3rd District presents the clearest opportunity for a GOP victory. Despite the fact that the late Rep. James J. Howard held the seat against all comers for nearly a quarter of a century, Vander Jagt said he believes'the 3rd District has a decidedly pro-GOP bent, as evidenced, he said, by the 67 percent plurality netted by President Ronald Reagan here in 1980. With Howard's death, Vander Jagt insists, the district is wide open. And while he said expects neither the Democratic nor the Republican presidential contender to generate much of a coattail effect, Vander Jagt said Azzolina has the credentials to return the seat to the Grand Old Party for the first time since 1964. Citing Azzolina's military record and his business See AZZOLINA, Page 2A

Firm sets new water rules week supply of water remains in the company's Swimming River Reservior because of increased customer demands and a lack of rainfall in the watershed area.

By VIRGINIA KENT DORHIS and ELAINE CANNIZZARO THE REGISTER

With reservoirs at slightly under 50 percent of capacity, officials of the New Jersey-American Water Co. announced mandatory water restrictions on municipal and commercial customers Friday. Paul Burdan, Eastern Division Manager, said that only an eight-

Reserviors are usually at about 90 percent of capacity at this time of year, he said. Burdan said that existing restrictions on residental customers concerning outdoor use of water are still in effect, and that the next level of water restrictions will be

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enacted if the reservior level remains at below 50 percent for seven consecutive days. "We recommend that all of our customers discontinue installing new lawns or refurbishing existing lawns in the likelihood that a more stringent ban on water use will occur if the present lack of rain contines," Burdan said. Mandatory restrictions imposed on municipal and commercial customers include prohibitions on the See WATER, Page 2A

Cheerleader Fran Mazzuila, Bulldog mascot Betsy Barrs and cheerleader Jen Ciambrone add to the excitement yesterday as the Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School football team rolls over Point Pleasant Boro, 48-0. STORY, PAGE 1B.

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Roake receives sergeant's stripes ByKENISTONW.TRAINOR THE REGISTER

HIGHLANDS — Ptl. Kevin Roake became the third officer promoted to sergeant in 1988, giving the force an officet'to communcl every shift.

Roake received his stripes at Wednesday's Borough Council meeting, with his wife, Irene, and 3-year-old daughter, Jennifer, at his side. "I think he's very deserving (of the promotion)," said Police Commissioner Joseph Valinoti. "He's the kind of tthfieman you can go

Roake began his law enforcement career as a communications officer for the State Police before joining the department more than eight years ago.

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Little Silver municipal licials were pleased with lursday's Third Annual Town Meeting. Among the items on the agenda, Council President Gerald Murphy updated. residents on the statemandated Mount Laurel lowand moderate-Income housing

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Kidnappers holding three American educators and an Indian instructor in Beirut, Lebanon, said yesterday they will release one hostage to prove their good intentions.

Located at Vandenberg Air Force Base, California, the $3.5 billion pad was intended to give the Air Force a way to launch shuttles Into polar orbit.

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Azzolina's congressional campaign gets lift Continued from Page 1A •resume, Vander Jagt said he has the expe".rience to carry the victory. "He looks like a giant standing next to a pigmy compared to his opponent," Vander Jagt said. ; T v e never had a candidate with this •breadth and depih of experience." In fact, he said, the fact that he was 'taking time off from his own hotly a invested race in Michigan's 9th District "is ;testament" to the importance the NRCC •places on the 3rd District race. Vander Jagt also used the informal • press conference to try to puncture conI vcntional campaign wisdom that suggests •that a Democratic freshman would have 'better luck in a Democratically controlled ; house. . Assuming that Vice President George

Bush takes the White House, a fact that Vandcr Jagt said is likely because of the GOP's oft-disputed "lock" on the electoral college, "Joe will be 100 times more effective." He denied that the makeup of the state's Congressional delegation — which would be deadlocked at seven apiece in the event of an Azzolina win —would have any impact on a Republican's effectiveness in Congress. Vander Jagt also said he beleives that "goodies" for a district flow from the administration. As evidence, he cited his pre-Christmas package of "goodies, including a federally sponsored sewer projcct.thal he was able to bring back to the 9th Michigan District in advance of the November election.

Water firm enacts mandatory rules Continued from Page 1A watering of new or existing lawns or shrubbery, the use of hydrants by fire companies for drills and training, the washing of sidewalks or paved areas, the flushing of sewers except as approved by municipal health officials in the interest of public health, the private- washing of vehicles, and all non-essential outdoor water use. Restaurants are prohibited from serving water to customers unless it is requested. Arnold Kleeberg, county emergency management coordinator, said Friday that although the restrictions are enforceable by law, officials hope that will not be necessary. At the discretion of a municipal judge, Kleeberg said, violators could be charged as disorderly persons.

Burdan said commercial car washes would be permitted to operate because in many cases they recycle water and place little demand on reservoirs. He said reservoirs were down by about 13 inches of water, and that it would take almost an inch of rainfall a week to keep them at their current levels. N.J. American, he said, will not consider lifting restrictions until the reservoirs reached between 80 and 85 percent of capacity, and that without increased rainfall, the restrictions could remain in place into the coming year.

"Ofcourseiheywere-allgoed-projects," he said, but he insisted that he got them through the Democratically controlled house with the help of the Reagan White House. In a response issued a few minutes after the Vander Jagt interview, Pallone argued that a Democrat could be much more effective in terms of constituent service than a Republican. Citing Howard's list of home district projects, Pallone said it's Congress that determines where the money will be spent. The administration, he said, can reject bills, not propose them. Vander Jagt found himself fighting off an attack by Enact/Pac and the N.J. Environmental Federation that charged him with blocking federal measures to end ocean dumping and restrict sea-based dumping of plastics, and backing up a

Reagan Administration attack on the Clean WaterAct. Both organizations have backed Pallone in the November race, and both have come under attack from GOP leaders as "partisan groups." The groups have denied partisanship. In a release issued Friday, Jeanne Gorman, EnAct Pac organizer and wife of Pallone's campaign aide Jim Lanard, charged that Vander Jagt was one of only 25 congressman in I98S to vote against 401 Democrats and Republicans to override Reagan's veto of the Clean Water Act. Vander Jagt, whose district borders on Lake Michigan, yesterday insisted that he supports a ban on ocean dumping but voted against the package because it included "a lot of pork-barrel projects, in-

cluding some that would have infringed on environmentally sensitive areas." "If that's the case," Gorman said, "then why did 401 other congressmen vote the other way." Vander Jagt also insisted that he has always been pro-environment and that it was he who sparked the House Public Works and Transportation Committee, in the years before Howard became chairman, to take up the issue of the environment. But Gorman said Vander Jagt's record on the subject has deteriorated, and now he has one of the worst voting records in Congress, according to the League of Conservation Voters. "Guy Vander Jagt's record," she said, "is much closer to Joe Azzolina's record than to Joe Azzolina's rhetoric."

Protest draws over 150 marchers Continued from Page 1A planned to march from 8-10 a.m. The protest started at about 8 a.m. and ended promptly at 10. A handful of protesters continued to march on the rear sidewalk after 10 a.m. Ten clergy members from Monmouth and Ocean counties led the march. Ball, of the Grace. Reformed Presbyterian Church in Lakewood, said organizers confined their work to the sidewalk to "educate" passing drivers about what takes place in the structure. Doctors have performed 10,000 abqr-

tions there since 1979, he said. "That's not to say if we thought they were killing in there (now) that we would not do something. We would act," he said. "If we saw someone drowning, we'd scale a fence, ignore any trespassing signs, to save the person.: "It's not an issue that's going to go away," he added. Though medical experts refer to it as a "fetus," it is, in fact, a "living thing," Ball said. Marchers handed out tiny plastic replicas of a fetus, saying that it has grown that big in 11-12 weeks when women get an abortion. At

that stage, the fetus can squint, swallow, kick and suck his thumb, they said. Brian T. Rechten, a Middletown resident and former Republican candidate for Congress, said he got involved partly because the thought of using an abortion as a birth-control method "repulsed" him. " I can't believe that some women use it as a means of birth control," he said. "Some women get an abortion when they have a baby of the wrong (unwanted) sex." Another marcher, Mary Gans of

Monmouth Beach, said she vehemently disagrees with residents who support abortion solely in the. case of rape. Less than 1 percent of all women who get an abortion do so because of rape, she countered. "It's no excuse," she said. Kinsler said she received several telephone calls and letters — some with money — supporting the group's work after the rescue protest. When word of a possible protest leaks out, Kinsler said her office "lets our people know what's happening. They can make their own decision about whether to come here."

Paul Schorr, project specialist with the DEP's Division of Water Resources, said it could take 30 to 90 days for the water company to sec the results of the new restrictions.

Roake wins stripes Brcy said, will make it easier for Continued from Page 1A served four years in the Coast Roake to make time for the paperGuard at Sandy Hook and Avon- work that goes with being the trafBy-The-Sea. He is an active mem- fic safety officer, and will enable ber in the Coast Guard reserve. him to collect and prepare evi"For the last six years I've been dence for the other policemen. the traffic saftey officer," he said. While the three sergeants pro"I review all the accident reports moted this year have beefed up and compile statistics on drunk the staff, Brcy said the department driving to be sent to the state." "is still hampered by not having He attributed the recent rise in enough p e r s o n n e l " and by drunk driving arrests to " i n - cramped conditions. creased enforcement and roadbBrey called recent discussions of locks, more funding for equipment and training for breathalyzer a new muncipal complex "rhetoroperators. Drunken driving arrests ic. I've been listening to that since are up, but fatal accidents are 1976." down." The cells, he noted, have failed Police Chief Howard Brey said state inspection for the last three years, and numerous state and inRoake's promotion gives the department a ranking officer on the dependent studies have cited unmidnight to 8 a.m. shift, where safe conditions. Roake has patrolled for the past "They used to be able to say five years. we're not as bad as Sea Bright," "Roake wants permanent mid- Brcy said, "but now that the counnights," Brey said. "His wife is a cil down there has finally come up nurse, so it fits his lifestyle." with the money to correct the situStaying on the graveyard shift. ation, that's no longer true."

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• WEST LONG BRANCH —Borough police arc investigating the following cases:

LITTLE SILVER — After 29 years of service to the borough. Police Chief James J. Fagan was honored Friday and roasted by 200 residents, police officers and county officials at Squire's Pub. "We all join in wishing Chief James J. Fagan a happy, prosperous, healthy and long, well-deserved retirement," said Lt. Harold Giblin, who served as aster of ceremonies. He added, "We wish him well in the lifestyle of the broke and obscure." During a night filled with serious presentations and those which, as Mayor Anthony Bruno

• Two bicycles were reported stolen Monday afternoon from a Parker Road garage. A 10-speed red Panasonic bike valued at $220 and a silver 10-speed Trac bike valued at $320 were taken when the garage door was forced open. • A pocketbook containing $60 in cash and various credit cards was left in a shopping cart at ShopRite on Route 36 last Friday afternoon. The purse is believed to be either lost or stolen, police said.

Woman identified • RED BANK —The woman who died in a Thursday morning fire has been identified as Norma C. Nathan, 56, authorities said. Nathan died when firefighters could not reach her in her second-floor apartment al 75 Prospect Ave. because of severe heat and smoke. She recently suffered a broken hip, officials said. Police awakened and saved a family of four in the downstairs apartment. A preliminary investigation by fire officials points to smoking in bed as the probably cause of the blaze. A native of Long Branch, Nathan had resided in Atlantic Highlands before moving to Red Bank 25 years ago. She was a production assistant with K. Bell Associates Inc. of New York for the past three years.

review it and see what is necessary for the borough to meet its requirement." Councilman Micheal Biehl briefly described seven development applications during the last' year. "I chose these applications because I thought they were significant enough to bring to the attention of the residents." , Some of the major applications discussed: • Hearings are still in progress for the Santangelq, project, which would include the construction of a two-story office building on the two-acre lot at the intersection of Prospect and Willow avenues, '" • Hearings are also in progress for 48 acres of the Sickles tract, which is to include 169 high-quality' townhomes, and • The Shi memo property, which is a 21-acre Idt on Seven Bridges Road, received approval for 12 single-family lots conditional of obtaining state and, borough wetland permits. Councilman George Darragh Jr. took the opportunity to explain where the borough stands on the ongoing Riverview Avenue Boat Ramp project. "We should be ready to go out to bids next spring after we receive the money from the state Department of Environmental Protection." The ramp, which will be public because it is funded.by the state, will include a 15-by-50-foot concrete launch ramp, fixed and floating docks, parking and lighting. "We will also clean up the area and hope to have the river dredged as well," he explained. Councilman H. John Buckman reported "the borough has achieved its IS percent recycling level as required by the state, which comes out to 18 pounds of garbage per person per month." Based on reaction from the residents, Buckman said the borough will look into voluntarily recycling plastic, as well as reducing the rate of pickup to one recycling and one garbage pickup per week. Councilman Henry Pope updated residents on the road and traffic improvements this year. He said, "Beginning Monday, the resurfacing of Prospect Avenue between Rumson and Harding roads will begin. The state is paying for 65 percent of that project." He said some of the projects on the county's drawing board include the piping, covering and repaving of the drainage ditch on Sycamore Avenue, traffic lights at the intersections of Silverside Avenue and Oceanport, Sycamore Avenue and the railroad station exit, and the installation of a left-hand turn light into Sycamore from Branch.

By ELAINE CANNIZZARO THE REGISTER

LITTLE SILVER — A high resident turnout and an informative exchange on a variety of topics — including the state's rejection of the borough's affordable housing plan — characterized last week's Third Annual Town Meeting, said the mayor and Borough Council members. About 230 residents attended the meeting, at which borough officials provided information on issues such as development and recycling. "I am happy with the amount of people that came out and the way the meeting went," Mayor Anthony Bruno said. Because they were able to get through the entire scheduled agenda by 11 p.m., Bruno said, he was pleased at the amount of information they were able to disseminate to the residents. Council President Gerald Murphy updated residents on the borough's progress in meeting the state-mandated Mount Laurel requirement for new or rehabilitated affordable housing. He announced for the first time that the state Council on Affordable Housing rejected the borough's Fair Share Housing Plan earlier this week. "Since January of 1986, we've been wrestling with a way to possibly satisfy our legal obligation, while taking into account that Little Silver is almost completely developed," he said. "We submitted the plan and earlier this week COAH came back to us with a decision of accelerated denial, which I assume means not acceptable fast," Murphy said. "They sent the plan back to us." Al Ferguson, special council to the borough, said, "The borough has three options open to them now." Little Silver, he said, can either do nothing and have no certified plan, which would leave it open to builder's remedy lawsuits "if a builder comes in and wants to build any kind of affordable housing. "The borough could also refile the petition within 60 days and go through the process again to get approval. During that time the borough is protected," Ferguson said. "They also have the option of refiling at a later date, but during the time after the 60 days, they would be subject to a builder's remedy." Murphy said, "We haven't had a chance yet to

Hundreds bid farewell to 29-year borough lawman By ELAINE CANNIZZARO

• A side view mirror valued at $ 100 value was reported stolen from a Volkswagen parked on Palmer Avenue Wednesday.

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LITTLE SILVER — Residents disagreed on what type of recreation is needed in the borough as they discussed the Sickles-Parker park at Thursday's Town Meeting. Discussion of two proposed plans for the park, to be located on 18 acres of the Sickles Tract, dominated the meeting for about 1'/.. hours. Many of the residents split along the same lines as the Sickles-Parker Development Committee — those favoring more active recreation and those interested in more passive recreation. Councilwoman Suzanne Castleman noted, "Plans A and B are not the end-all. We could come up with plans D, E and F in order to give the residents what they want." Edward Broberg of T&M Associates, the firm hired to design the park, said both plans THE REGISTER/CHET GORDON include a building with rest- PARK PLANS — T&M Associates President Edward Broberg disrooms and storage area, two cusses plans for a park on the Sickles-Parker tract at a Little Silver hard surface tennis courts, a tot lot, horseshow and bocci area, a town meeting Thursday. 60-lot parking area and a half- Recreation Committee, provided of that preserved on this piece of mile soft surface jogging trail. comparisons with neighboring property." towns in terms of number of parThe Sickles-Parker Committee Plan A includes a 275-foot ticipants in the recreation prodistributed a questionnaire to Softball field facing south and a grams and number of fields. residents at the meeting to gain 200-foot Little League field facing McQueeney said the borough more input about the proposed north between Harrison Street has more than 1,000 participants and Laurelwood Avenue. Across in its baseball, Softball and soccer plans..Additional surveys are Harrison, a soccer field and 30 programs, almost 300 more than available at Borough Hall. parking spaces would be created. in Oceanport. Yet Little Silver Once a consensus is reached "Plan B is the same plan with has a total of seven fields to and Little Silver receives the Green Acres money to acquire the Little League field removed," Oceanport's 13, he noted. One resident who asked not to the property, the borough will Broberg said. "In Plan B the space is an undesignated recre- be identified said, "Neither plan apply to Green Acres for conation area. It could be a ballfield addresses the needs of the major- struction funds. Castleman said. However, there is no way to meet or any other thing at a later ity of Little Silver residents There are many of us who like to this year's Oct. 31 deadline. date." stroll, looking at the sky. trees, — ELAINE CANNIZZARO Bill McQueeney, head of the ponds, etc. We'd like to see some

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said, characterized Fagan "in an," Pope said. "He would not be keeping with the man as all a yes man to the council's occawho've come to know him," the sional whims, but would be recepsix-year chief spent four hours tive to the council's request. Dursoaking up praise and recollecting ing the'6'/2 years he has been chief, his more pleasurable moments he has fulfilled all my expectations." during his police tenure. Pope cited two of Pagan's acCouncilman Henry Pope said, complishments: the monumental "This is a joyous occasion,-not be- task of creating the General Orcause Jim is retiring, but because ders Manual and the expansion of it offers us an opportunity to ex- the police department facilities. press our appreciation for his dedtwo years, Fagan worked to ication and constant service to the putFor all the rules and regulations borough of Little Silver." governing police officers and emKnown for his propensity for ployees on paper. He devised the saving things. Pope dug up his manual so it could be easily notes from Jan. 18, 1982 when the changed and updated, Pope said. borough was interviewing candi- Not only did he see the need for dates for the position of chief. "I improved facilities, but prodded wrote that Fagan would be a supe- the council to agree with his recrior leader and strong disciplinari- ommendations and i oversaw, the

side an elderly woman's house, i a room in which there were an tique books and niknaks, he said. In the process of trying to djaw the squirrel out, the two officers destroyed the room. . . "It looked like a bomb went off in i t , " Hillyer said., adding, "When the woman walked into the room, she said, 'My god this is terrible.' Jim replied, 'Yes, they are destructive animals.' " Fagan, who plans to expand his lawn care service following his retirement, said, "I don't know why I'm leaving. From what I hear tonight, everybody loves •me."' He added, "One of my goals when I left was to make sure that the ni'en in strategic positions were the best men possible. I know that you are. Thank you all for the best night of my life."

expansion work himself. Among other personal tidbits about the long-time lawman that came out of the evening was news of his marvelous singing voice. Besides Fagan performing what Sgt. John I lillyer called "a musical interlude" on the way to many calls, he was known to be a entertainer at Monmouth County Police Chiefs Association formal functions. Wall Township chief and association president Leo Kubaitis said, "After a couple of drinks, Jim sang better. Some say after you've had a couple of drinks, Jim sounded better." I lillyer took the opportunity to tell the all-time classic Fagan squirrel story. A squirrel was in-

Police charge two men with burglary and theft By DONALD W. MEYERS THE REGISTER

LONG BRANCH — Two men who thought they were escaping from the police literally ran into the long arms of the law. Del Sgt Patrick Joyce said the two, Ivory Dismuke, 20, Red Bank, and Antonio McClaren, 21, Neptune City, along with a third man, allegedly stole two gold chains from a man parked at Van Dyke Place and Third Avenue Thursday afternoon.

The victim and two friends then ran after the three. A patrol car was flagged down and joined in the chase. Dismuke and McClaren, after hitting one of their pursuers with a stone, attempted to escape by jumping over a fence on Slocum Place — and into the parking lot of the police station. The two were captured by officers who were going to assist in the chase. The third man escaped. They are being charged with burglary, theft and aggravated assault, and are being held at the Monmouth County Correctional'

Institution, Freehold Township, in lieu of $10,000 each. The arresting officers were Lt. William Richards, Dets. John Gaughran and Patrick King, and Patrolmen Michael Schulz, Fred Dorner and William Mauro. In an unrelated incident, Joyce announced another person has been arrested in connection with Wednesday's seizure of 660 vials of the illegal drug crack. Cathy Gilliard, 29, of 52 Liberty St., was arrested Thursday morning when she attempted to enter the room at the Chalet Motel in Ocean Township were 580 vials of

crack were found. Joyce said Gilliard .was identified as the woman who rented the room before the raid. She is charged with possession, and possession with intent to distribute, as were Angela Barrow, Grant Court, and Erik Gray, Manhattan, who were arrested during the raid. Gilliard is being held at the Monmouth County Correctional Institution, Freehold Township, in lieu of $10,000 bail. The arresting officers were Det. Patrick King and Ocean Township Ptl. David Parsells. :

Keansburg resident arrested in Sea Bright Cleaners theft By KENISTON W. TRAINOR THE REGISTER

SEA BRIGHT — Police arrested a 27-year-old Keansburg resident Thursday in connection with the July 25 theft of $1,300 in cash and checks from the Sea

Bright Cleaners. Edward Robert Griffith, a former employee at the cleaners, was charged with theft, burglary and criminal trespass after he gave a statement to investigating officer Sgt. Thomas Manning admitting to the crime. Griffith was transported to Monmouth County Correctional

Institution, Freehold Township, where he is being held on $10,000 bail with no 10 percent bond: M o n m o u t h Beach p o l i c e stopped Griffith Thursday afternoon, and notified Sea Bright police who brought him in for questioning. Griffith, who never reported to work at the cleaners following the

Police seize small amount of cocaine By DONALD W.MEYERS THE REGISTER

RED BANK — Borough police seized a "small amount" of cocaine in a raid Friday afternoon, and arrested one borough resident. Det. Mark Fitzgerald said William E. Murray Jr.. 19, of South Bridge Avenue, was charged with possession of cocaine and possession with intent to distribute. Murray was arrested near the intersection of West Bergen place and Bridge Avenue at 4:32 p.m. Friday, after a two-week investigation headed by Fitzgerald. Murray's home was searched, and "a small amount" of cocaine was found, along with $2,000 in cash. Fitzgerald said. He would not be more specific.

Murray was released on his own recognizance, after posting $ 15,000 bail. His case has been set for Oct. 4. "Assisting Fitzgerald in the arrest were Det. Lt. James Clayton. Dets. Joseph Hoffman and Ivan Girlli, Sgt. Alfred Wordcn. and Patrolmen Aurelio Ramos. John Schultc. Dennis Kcrr. Joseph Milko, Thomas MeDonough, Kenneth Smith, William Anderson, Steven McCarthy, Joshua Bcrbrick, Thomas Nuccio. Richard Mangold, Frank Bitsko, Peter Defazio and Kevin Coffey. Also participating were members of the Monmouth County Drug Strike Force, Lt Salvatore Garone from the Monmouth County Sheriffs Department and members of the Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. Fitzgerald said the SPCA came along in case the officers had trouble with Murray's Rottweiler dog.

crime, had been the prime suspect in the case from the outset. In Griffith's statement to police, he said he pushed through an alley window at about 7:30 a.m. while his employer was eating breakfast in a nearby restaurant. After entering the store, he said, he took two envelopes containing cssh and checks from a briefcase

behind the counter and stuffed the envelopes in plastic bags. Griffith told police he than hitched a ride to the Long BranCh train station, where he discarded the 'checks in a trash can and boarded a train to New York City. Griffith was arrested Thursday by Manning and Sgt. Steven Spahr. '

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Archie Paterson, 85, of Red Bank died Thursday at Riverview Medical Center. Red Bank. Born in Scotland, he lived in Kearny. Ocean Grove and Brigantine before moving to the borough five years ago. Mr. Paterson had been employed in various government finance positions. Most recently he was a special sales representative for the Federal National Mortgage Association, retiring in 1967. He was predeceased by his wife, the former Lila M. Stoeckel. Surviving arc a son, Robert William, Simsbury. Conn.; a sister, Isabel Seavey of Alton, III.; and a grandson. The John E. Day Funeral Home. Red Bank, is in charge of the arrangements.

Daniel M. Shea Jr., 66, of Rumson died Friday at Riverview Medical (Tenter, Red Bank. . Born in Rumson, he was a lifelong resident of the borough. Mr. Shea worked 35 years as a civilian employee at Naval Weapons Station Earle, retiring as an assistant fire chief. He was an Air Force veteran of World War II. serving with the 727 Air Squadron in Europe and North Africa. He also was an exempt fire chief for the Rumson Fire Department and a member of the Rumson Ramp Club. Surviving are his wife, the former Mary Jane Enot; four sons, Daniel of Ocean Grove, Dennis of Rumson, Jeffrey J. and Shawn, both at home: three daughters, Margaret Caruso of Howell, Patricia Shea of Boston, and Maureen Marshall of Little Silver; two brothers, Paul and Thomas both of Rumson: a sister, Lillian Briskey of Oceanport; and eight grandchildren: The John E. Day Funeral Home, Red Bank, is in charge of the arrangements.

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Long Branch uses variety to blitz Raritan, 30-9 QB Muscillo displays scoring versatility

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SCAMPERING WAVE — Long Branch High School's Wendell Standard (4) turns the corner against Raritan's Rob DiLauren during yesterday's Shore Conference "B" Division North football game.

LONG BRANCH — Versatile Long Branch (2-0) put points on the board five different ways yesterday to defeat Raritan High School 30-9 in a Shore Conference "B" Division North football contest. Quarterback V.J. Muscillo led the way, running for one touchdown, passing for another, kicking an 18yard field goal and adding three extra-point conversions. Long Branch scored on its first offensive series, but then couldn't get on the board again until just 31 seconds remained in the first half. "It's all in the execution," Coach Jack Levy said. "We just weren't connecting. At times, we just didn't concentrate hard enough. But give Raritan some credit. They're a tough, physical team and you know you're going to get hit." On Long Branch's first offensive play, Ephisian Crawford ran 25 yards to the Raritan 16, and three plays later Wendell Standard circled left end from the 7 for the touchdown. Muscillo converted to make the score 7-0. Raritan picked up a safety in the second period, when a center snap on a punt attempt sailed out of the end zone, but Long Branch added its second score to go into halftime with a 14-2 lead. The play, a 24-yard pass completion from Muscillo to Brian Lockley, was the prettiest of the day. Muscillo led Lockley perfectly and the agile end took the ball a couple of yards into the end zone behind the defender/ Muscillo again converted. Early in the third period, Crawford grabbed a punt at the Rocket 42 and raced down the left sideline for the third Long Branch touchdown. Muscillo added

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At times, we just didn't concentrate hard enough. But give Raritan some credit. They're a tough, physical team and you know you 're going to get hit. i Jack Levy Long Branch High School football coach

his third straight kick to make the score 21-2. The Green Wave drove 65 yards in nine plays later in the quarter for its fourth touchdown. A 29-yard pass completion from Muscillo to Emmitt Matthews was the big play in the march. Muscillo plunged over from the I-yard line to make the score 27-2, but his extra point try was deflected and sailed under the goal post. Raritan, helped by two 15-yard penalties against Long Branch, then went 80 yards in seven plays for its final touchdown. The tally came on an option pass from Jim Young to Dennis Brown. Brown collared the ball at the 10 and ran into the right corner of the end zone. Young kicked the extra point. Muscillo closed the scoring with an 18-yard field goal with 4:48 to play. Chris Fisher and Crawford led the rushing attack for the Green Wave. Fisher had 73 yards in eight carries while Crawford had 70 yards in 12 attempts. Long Branch totaled 240 yards on the ground. Muscillo completed four of seven passes for 100 yards.

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Breaks help, too, as Rutgers rolls On the other hand, Cincinnati did not make the big play. The Bearcats failed to come up with the fumble in the end zone, fumbled twice themselves in the second half in scoring position and did not put EAST RUTHERFORD — A tipped up any points in the third quarter despite pass is completed for a 25-yard reception holding the ball for all but eight plays. and sets up a touchdown. A fumble is "We've been talking about five years of recovered for a touchdown. A 68-yard pass against a prevent defense with 12 almost being there," Cincinnati coach seconds to play in the first half is good for Dave Curry said. "How do you defend? That was their first fumble of the year and a score. it's for a touchdown. That's worth fumSometimes when a team is playing well, bling. the breaks just go its way, and that's exac"We have to be good enough to get on tly what's happening to Rutgers right those fumbles. We caused it," he added. now. "We tipped the pass. We could have Rutgers used all of the above breaks caught it too." yesterday, got three touchdowns passes Rutgers, 3-1, also got a 94-yard kickoff from Scott Erney and rolled to a 38-9 vicreturn for a touchdown from Ron Allen tory over Cincinnati at Rutgers Stadium. late in the game, while guard John Kutz "Sometimes it's better to be lucky than fell on a loose ball in the end zone during good," said Erney. "When the luck is the Scarlet Knights 17-point second quargoing your way, good things tend to hap- ter that helped drop Cincinnati to 2-2. pen. Today we were lucky, took advan"Every night you sit back in bed and tage of some key situations and made think about it and hope that something things happen." like that will happen, " Kutz said. "Today Erney made a lot happen. He hit 17 of was my day." 26 passes for 259 yards, with his longest For the most part things went right TD pass going to Brett Mersola on the 68yard play for a 24-3 lead. He also hit from the start for Rutgers which took a 7James Cann on a 4-yard swing pass for a 0 lead on the Erney-to-Cann pass. The 72touchdown jo the first quarter, and he yard drive was kept alive early when a added a 26-yard scoring play to fullback third-down Erney pass to Tyrone McMike Botti in the fourth quarter when the Queen tipped off the receiver's hands to Mersola for a 25-yard gain. game was already in hand. Phil Insalaco kicked a 50-yard field "We had to win this game," Botti said. "We didn't want to flop on our faces after goal to draw the Bearcats within 7-3 late (beating) Penn State. We knew what we in the first quarter before Carmen Sclafahad to do, but got messed up a few times ni countered with a 40-yard field goal for FIRST DOWN — Rutgers fullback Mike Botti gains a first down against Cincindoing it. We were a little sloppy but the Rutgers early in the second quarter for a nati yesterday. Rutgers won, 38-9. 10-3 lead. big plays covered up for us."

By TOM CANAVAN AP SPORTS WRITER

Florida upsets LSU, 19-6 GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) — Honda's Richard Fain scored the only touchdown yesterday on a 32yard interception return to spark a defense that shut down Louisiana Slate quarterback Tommy Hudson anead i /-o on me tirst piay ot tne tourtn quarter on a in the Gators' 19-6 Southeastern Conference victory. 5-yard run by Griffith, tapping a 47-yard drive after Sophomore Emmitt.Smith of Florida topped the an Ohio State fumble. 100-yard mark for the eighth straight game. Smith Auburn 47, N.Carolina 21 gained 132 yards in 27 carries and now has 2,003 AUBURN, Ala. — Henry Love ran for two of yards in his career. Auburn's six rushing touchdowns and Reggie Slack No. 17 Florida, 5-0 for the first time since 1969, passed for 229 yards as the fourth-ranked Tigers improved to 3-0 in the Southeastern Conference and rolled over North Carolina. is tied for first place with Georgia. Auburn of the Southeastern Conference is 4-0. Alabama 31, Kentucky 27 while the Tar Heels of the Atlantic Coast Conference LEXINGTON, Ky. — Reserve quarterback Vince are 0-4. Sutton threw a 3-yard touchdown pass to Gene NewGeorgia 36, Ole Miss 12 berry with 10 seconds left as No. 12 Alabama rallied ATHENS, Ga. — Tim Worley scored two touchfrom a 17-point deficit to defeat Kentucky. downs, one on a 93-yard run with the opening kickAlabama, which has not lost to Kentucky since off, and completed a 27-yard halfback pass for anoth1922 and has won 12 straight against the Wildcats, er score as 15th-ranked Georgia downed Mississippi was playing for the first time without star running in Southeastern Conference football. back Bobby Humphrey and starting cornerback Gene Worley's 1-yard run less than five minutes into the Jelks. Both suffered season-ending injuries last week second half erased a 12-10 Ole Miss halftime lead. against Vanderbilt. That got the Bulldogs rolling to a strong third-quarter B.C. 34, Pi« 31 that created a 26-12 lead. NEWTON, Mass. — Mike Power threw two Army 58, Bucknell 10 touchdown passes to Marcus Cherry in thefinal5:46 WEST POINT, N.Y. — Bryan McWilliams rushed rallying Boston College to a victory over Pittsburgh. for 116 yards and two touchdowns and John Barth The Eagles. 2-3, trailed Pittsburgh 31-19 before scored three times as Army rolled to a college footPower and.Cherry took over. Power, starting in place ball victory over Bucknell. of the injured Mark Kamphaus, completed 17 of 30. The Cadets, 3-1, scored twice in a 16-second span passes for 238 yards and two touchdowns. late in the first quarter to take a 14-0 lead. Army, Michigan 62, Wisconsin 14 which entered the game ranked fourth in the nation MADISON, Wis. — Tony Boles rushed for three in rushing, kept the ball on the ground and took touchdowns and Michael Taylor passed for one and advantage of Bucknell's inexperience in defending ran for another to lead No. 19 Michigan to a rout of the wishbone. winless Wisconsin in the Big Ten opener for both Wagner 51, Montclair St. 21 teams. . NEWARK — Terry Underwood of Matawan rushed The Wolverines quickly took command and rolled for two touchdowns as Wagner College beat Montto a 48-0 lead before Wisconsin scored late in the clair State in the 1988 Pride Bowl. third quarter. Wagner dominated the first half of the game, going The victory improved Michigan's record to 2-2 into the locker room for halftime . with 28 unand dropped Wisconsin to 0-4, its worst start since. answered points. 1968, when the Badgers finished 0-10. Montclair State quarterback Ed Bafiigc struck back Illinois 31, Ohio St. 12 on the first set of downs in the second half with an COLUMBUS, Ohio — Howard Griffith rushed for 80-yard touchdown pass to Mark Fields. But it was two touchdowns and Patrick Donnelly recovered a not enough as Wagner runners.piled up 217 comfumbled punt snap in the end zone and Illinois, rid- bined yards to only 7 yards on the ground for Monting a .' I-point fourth quarter, beat Ohio State in Big clair. Ten football. About 14,200 people attended the Pride Bowl, Illinois, 2-2 overall and 1-0 in the league, went which donates all proceeds to Newark charities.

PRINCETON (AP) — Quarterback' Jason Garrctt ran six yards for a touchdown with three minutes to play yester-' day and Princeton edged Brown 31-27 in Ivy League football. Princeton, 2-1 overall and 2-0 in the Ivy League, drove 64 yards in eight plays for the game-winning score after Brown, had taken a 27-25 lead on a 22-yard field goal by Stcphan Lins. Brown, 0-2-1 overall and 0-1-1 in URleague, was finished when Frank Clark's pass was intercepted by Frank Leal with 1:30 left in the game. Clark threw for two touchdowns and Nick Badalato ran 24 yards for another, score as the Bruins took a 24-18 halftime lead. Judd Garrett's scoring run gave the, Tigers a 25-24' lead early in the third period.

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PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Bryan Keys ran for 141 yards on 26 carries yesterday, leading Pennsylvania past Columbia 2410 and extending the Lions' record losing' streak to 44 games. Columbia fumbled the opening kickoff and went on to make three more turn-' overs, giving the Lions 14 this season.. Columbia, winless in 47 games since Oct., 15, 1983, has been outscorcd 114-20 in three games this year. , For a change, Columbia was in the game. .

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Monmouth falls to Textile, 2-0 WEST LONG BRANCH — Philadelphia Textile made its two first-half goal stand up in a 2-0 victory over Monmouth College in a regional match yesterday. The Rams, ranked fourth in the Mid-Atlantic Region, got unasisted goals from Aaron Behrens at 12:55 and Robert Colussi at Monmouth, which entered the game #9 in the region, had scoring

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chances at the beginning and end of the match but could not capitalize. Textile goalie Tony Faticoni made seven saves while recording his third shutout of the season. The Hawks saw their threegame unbeaten streak come to an end. They travel to Teaneck Wednesday for a key Northeast Conference clash against Fairleigh Dickinson.

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KEYPORT — Keyport High School's football team has discovered a new way to beat you. The new way is called the forward pass. That's because Keyport has probably the best wide receiver in Monmouth County if not the Shore Conference in Dan Calicari. Yesterday, Calicari showed why that is true with threetouchdowns in Keyport's 35-7 Shore Conference " D " Division rout of Mater Dei. Calicari, (5-9, 165) wound up with six catches for 141 yards. "He's one of the best receivers around," Keyport coach Mike Ciccotelli said. Two of Calicari's scoring receptions came on balls that were well underthrown. The first was a 45-yard toss from quarterback Bill Sicgle with 49 seconds left in the first period to give the Raiders a 7-0 lead. Calicari came back for the ball, had a brief jostling match with defender Mark Certo, t u r n e d Certo a r o u n d and walked in for the score. "That's my j o b , " Calicari said. "I'm supposed to go for the ball no matter where it's thrown." Late in the first half with Keyport leading, 14-7, the Raiders tried their second option pass. On the preceding play, halfback Tom Parnaby had thrown what he called a "duck," which Calicari almost came down with before being stripped of the ball at the goal line.

junior from Wall High School beat goalie Melissa MacCaull to the far post. Moumouth continued to pressure Rhode Island, but the Rams picked up their goal on a misplay by goalie Jeannette Nash with 26:30 left. Kris Jeremiah lofted a shot from 35 yards away that bounced in front of the goal and went through Nash's hands to breathe life into URI. The Rams controlled the final 15 minutes of play, but did not generate many serious scoring opportunities.

South girls triumph HAZLET — Middletown High School South's field hockey team ' scored, three goals in the first half and coasted to a Shore Conference "A" Division North victory over Raritan yesterday. Cheryl Herman scored twice for South and Lori Cohen added a goal. Herman scored at 10:35 and

20:12 in the first half. Cohen knocked in her goal at 17:45. South, 3-5, outshot Raritan, 17-1,13 to seven. Neptune 9, Matawan 0 NEPTUNE — Matawan fell to 0-9 with the loss, while Neptune improved to 5-3-1.

Shore Coaches Cross Country Boys Varsity "A" TEAM — 1. CBA 37, 2. Highland Reg. 78, 3. Shawnee 142,4. Brick 186, S. Paramus Catholic 209. Also: 7. Marlboro 232, 15. Manalapan 43S, 20. Howell 535,22. Mldd. South 611. 27. Mldd. North 762. INDIVIDUAL — 1. John Coyle (CBA) 15:51. 2. Dan Hetfernan (CBA) 16:19, 3. Nick McDonough (CBA) 16:48.4. Jay Pozner (Marl) 16:50. 5. Derek Edwards (Howell) 16:53. 8. Chrla Simon (Highland) 16:55,7. Mike Prelsano (Triton) 16:57. 8. Dave Patalky (Paramus Catholic) 16:59. 9. Ken McNamara IBrlck) 17:02.10. Ben Tezaulk (Shawnee) 17:05. Boys Varsity "B" TEAM — 1. North Hunterdon 93, 2. Bridgelon 111, 3. Cedar Ridge 129. 4. Phllllpsburg 179. 5. Voorhees 207. Also: 8. Ratllan 232, 16. Wall 435, 23. Neptune 573, 24. Red Bank Reg. 708. INDIVIDUAL — 1. Urle Rldgeway (Bridgelon) 16:18. 2. Lance Hess (Bridgelon) 16:24, 3. Brian Partow (No. Hunt) 16:45, 4. Monty Weeks (No. Hunt.) 16:46.5. Steve Llona (Rarl1 " m Mlzzone (Wayne Valley) Valley' tan) 17:06,6.• Tom cQhee (Nep) (Nap) 17:17. 8. Clar17;17, 7. Scot McGhee ence Bishop (OcoanClty) 17:21, 9. Mike Pierce (Voorhees) 17:21, 10.Fred Wong (Cedar Ridge) 17:23. Boys Varsity "C" 1 TEAM — 1. Delbarton 49, 2. St. Rose 116,3. Ramsey 139, 4. Manchester 145, 5. Clnnarjilnson 147. Also: 11. Holmdel 282. 14. RumSon-FH Reg. 372. INDIVIDUAL — 1. Jerod Nees (Princeton) 16:42. 2. Rob Failla (Delbarton) 18:53, 3. Kevin Hoopes (Colllngswood) 16:59. 4. Ken. Elynn (Ramsey) 17:07. 5. Craig Spencer (Delbarton) 17:08. Boys Vanity "D" TEAM — 1. Bernards 45. 2. HaddonTwp. 80. 3. Buena 125. 4. HenryHudson 157, 5. Whlppany Park 189. Also: 13. Mater Del 366, 18. Keanaburg 605 ' INDIVIDUAL — 1. Mike Mykitok (Bound Brook) 16:19, 2. Joe Shanahan (Haddonlield) 16:25, 3. Dave Donahue (Haddon Twp.) 1638, 4 Andy BlglowlBernards) 16:55, 5. Jason Fiscus (Haddon Twp.) 17:00, 6. Tom Nalmoll (Mater Del) 17:05, 7. Bill Nenn (Bernards) 17:07. 8 Greg Robinson (Bernards) 17:12. 9. R.J. Ryerson (Morris calh.) 17:18. 10. John Schilling (Pitman) 17:26. Also: 20.

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Football roundup RBC beaten LACEY — Keith Elias scored tour touchdowns and ran for over 200 yards yesterday to lead Lacey Township High School to a 34-20 victory over Red Bank Catholic in a non-conference. RBC took a 14-7 lead into halftime, but Laccy scored twice in the first four minutes of the second half. /Robert C'ronin recovered a fumble and ran 40 yards for RBCs first score at in the first quarter. Ron DeMaria convened. Phil Proctor blasted into the end zone from the 2 with 35 seconds left in the half and DcMaria converted to give RBC the 14-7 lead. Richard Gmoch caught a 25-yard pass from Frank Edgerly at 3:39 in the third for RBCs last TD.

Shore triumphs TOMS RIVER — Shore Regional High School roared for 331 rushing yards to outlast Monsignor Donovan. 32-21 in a non-conference football Friday night. Sabino Portella led the way with three touchdowns from six. five and two yards out. Chris Kornett romped for 132 yards and a one-yard scoring dive. Shore, which rebounded from a 17-0 loss to Keyporl last week, threw only four times.

Neptune wins NEPTUNE — Neptune High School quarterback Ed Lowe ran for four touchdowns to lead Neptune to a 39-29 "A" Division North victory over Howell. Bruce Pugh and Robbie White each ran for over 100 yards. Pugh had 148 and a 48-yard TD gallop. While had 129 and a 13-yard scoring romp. Howell quarterback Tim Mickiewicz threw for 159 yards in a 16-38 and three touchdowns performance.

Manalapan rolls FREEHOLD TOWNSHIP — Top-ranked Manalapan High School is known for its awesome running attack. But in its 36-14 rout of Freehold Township Friday night, the Braves unleashed a passing attack too. The Rubin brothers, Lee and backup QB Kevin combined for a 710 aerial performance for 142 yards. Lee was five for five for 95 yards and a 34-yard score to Gary Conover. Manalapan did rush for 274 yards with Joe DiMario leading the way with 136 yards and a 12-yard scoring run. Fullback Rob Knox also had two scores.

Wall surprises WALL — Wall High School was supposed to have its best football team since former coach John Amabile resigned in 1984. However, the Crimson Knights shocked everyone with their 49-0 destruction of Manasquait Friday night. Quarterback John Eknoian threw for four touchdown passes and 161 yards to lead the way. Halfback Paul Fornicola ran for two scores and and was the recipent of one of the scoring tosses.

Freehold, 36-0 FREEHOLD — Asbury Park lost seven fumbles and Freehold High School capitalized to score a 36-0 drubbing of the Blue Bishops in a non-conference football game yesterday. Both teams are now 1 -1.

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TRS foils South's upset bid By BOB L0MICKY

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TOMS RIVER — Toms River High School South scored a touchdown and two-point conversion with 2:45 to play to eke out a 22-20 victory over Middletown High School South on Friday night. Middletown South's Stephen Pitts (1089, 3 TD) and Eric Marcus (11-99), and Toms River's Vincent Muse 20-175. 2 TD) treated the crowd to an awesome display of running. The teams compiled incredibly similar statistics. Middletown held a 289-275 edge in total yards. "It was the kind of game where whoever has the ball last wins." Middletown coach John Andl said. After Middletown scored with 7:15 left to take a 20-14 lead, the Indians got the ball at their own 32 and drove 66 yards in eight plays to the Eagle 2. With 2:50 to play, they faced fourthahd-goal from that point and they called their last time out. If the Indians didn't score Middletown would probably have been able to run out the clock. A passing play was considered by the coaches during the break.but Toms River's offensive line had other ideas. "We were contemplating a pass but the line said 'no. no, no, let's run the ball.' So we listened to them," Indian wide receiver Chip LaBarca Jr. said. "We went with 5-power. a basic running play." Muse took the handoffand plowed into the end zone behind the right side of the line, breaking the plane by about a foot. Toms River set up to kick the extra point but the snap was high and LaBarca, the holder, caught it and sprinted to his right. Just before he was smothered by a sea of blue at the 8. he lofted a long toss to the left side of the end zone that Tom Karl hauled in for the conversion. "When the snap is high and I don't think I can get it down in time. I have the option of running or passing," LaBarca said. "I remembered Tommy saying that m practice he always gets open on that side so I looked for him." The Eagles took the opening drive and marched 68 yards in eight plays before Pitts dove in from the 1 with 8:02 left in the first quarter. Brian Gilbert's conversion kick failed. Toms River tied it with 1:47 left in the half when LaBarca returned a punt 41 yards down the left sideline for a TD. After an Eagle penalty, TRS decided to go for two points. Muse carried it in behind the left side of the line for an 8-6 halftime lead. Three turnovers hurt the Eagles in the first half as they outgaincd the Indians, 139-81. but still trailed. Muse ran for a 64-yard score on the first play of the second half. The kick failed, making the score 14-6. Middletown South came right back as Pitts capped a four-play drive with a dazzling 44-yard TD scamper, evading several defenders. Pitts then swept right for a two-point conversion to lie the game. Joe Critelli's interception and return to the Indian 37 three minutes into the fourth quarter set up the Eagles' final score. It was Pitts for 25. Marcus for 11, and Jeff Cupzzo to Pitts for a one-yard TD. A bad snap prevented South from getting off a conversion kick and set the stage for Toms River's late heroics. LaBarca had praise for the Eagles."They're a tough, smart team and they played their hearts out," LaBarca said. "That Pitts is tough. He's going to be a good one. It's hard to believe he's a sophomore."

MIDDLETOWN — Spectators looking for defense in Friday night's Middletown North-Lakeland football game certainly got their wish. The defenses on both sides controlled the game, but Middletown North came, out on top, 13-6. Defensive plays were responsible for the three touchdowns. "We played a super game defensively,'; North coach Mike Galos said. "Our secondary of Carmine Pagano, Matt Salerno and Dave Hudson was great. Our defensive front kept the pressure on the whole game."

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TOUCHDOWN — Monmouth Regional High School's Shawn Carter (80) is about to haul in a touchdown pass as St. John Vianney defender Tony Harnett attempts to break up the play. St. John won the game.

Vianney defense earns 2nd victory By FRED SIEQLE THE REGISTER

TINTON FALLS — Strong defense once again carried St. John Vianney High School to a Shore Conference "B" Division North football victory yesterday as the Lancers defeated Monmouth Regional 24-6. St. John is now 2-0 in "B" North, while the Golden Falcons fell to 0-2. The Lancers totally dominated the first half, taking a 24-0 lead. Menmouth Regional didn't get it's offense untracked until the second half, when the team put together two strong drives. Powerful running behind strong blocking resulted in St. John's first score. After the opening kickofT, the Lancers started on their own 40 and drove to the end zone in 11 plays. Dan McCoy had the big yardage, ripping off runs of 10, II and 10 yards. "The line was blocking very well," McCoy said. "I was just running up the middle." McCoy scored the touchdown on a one-yard run, and Gil Gutierrez kicked the extra point. McCoy scored St. John's second TD from the defensive side of the ball. He intercepted a tipped pass at his own 45 and ran it in for a score. Gutierrez's second extra point made it 14-0. The Lancer defense was anchored by safety Russell Gilmore, who had two

interceptions to give him five for the season, McCoy, and John Fenske. In addition to stopping Monmouth runners behind the line or for short gains, the Lancer defenders recorded three sacks. "Our tackles, Trevor Summers and Mike Fenske, were playing really well," John Fenske said. "They were shutting down the run. And we also had a good pass rush today." Mike Fenske scored St. John's third touchdown, a diving catch on a throw from quarterback James Woodford. Gutierrez's third extra point made it 21-0. He kicked a 37-yard field goal with 30 seconds left in the half for the Lancers last points. Monmouth came out after halftime and seemed a different team. A drive to the Lancer 2-yard line was halted on a big tackle by John Fenske. On their next possession, the Golden Falcons drove 74 yards for a score. Quarterback Scott Simpson rolled to the left and smoothly hit Shawn Carter with an 11-yard pass into the corner of the end zone. "We came out with emotion in the first half, but they played with a lot of emotion in the second and we came out flat," St. John coach. Gary Pcnta. said of the second half swing in the flow of the game. "That's all you need to give you an edge." The victory keeps St. John even with Ocean and Long Branch at 2-0 in the division. Matawan is 1-0.

The North defense, with nose guard Chris Kuhlmeier and linebacker Mike Ford leading the way, allowed only one mild threat. That came in the first quarter when Lakeland reached the Lions' 26, but the drive stalled. The Lancers never got past midfield the rest of the game except for their touchdown which came as the1 result of a bad snap from center on a puni in the fourth quarter. ., North was leading 13-0 at the time? North's Paul Wolter went back to kick' but the snap was high and Lakeland's Chuck Loweth scooped up the ball at the 10 and carried it over for the score, but a. pass for two points was incomplete. ; "I was thinking of us getting stopped] and have another mistake get us into trouble," Galos said. "But our defense shut them down." "This win will pick us up," Ford said, "We won't look behind any more." Lakeland miscues set up both of North's touchdowns. The first came iri the second quarter when Middle-town's, Matt Foster recovered a fumbled punt at the 5. Two plays gain two yards before a penalty put the ball back on the 8. But quarterback Bobby Lowther took the ball on a keeper and scored. Jim Davis converted for a 7-0 lead. ) Matt Meahan set up the second North TD in the third quarter when he picked. off a Lakeland pass and returned it M) yards to the I. A clip on the play moved the ball back to the 25, but Lowther sprinted out ani| passed to Bob Corcoran who made a diving catch in the end zone. Davis' kick was blocked. North failed to move the ball consistently and that was something that con. cerned Galos. "Our offense still needs some work," Galos said. "We're not holding our blocks. In order to win, we have to run the ball. '.. "Lowther played a nice game and ran the bootleg well," he said. "But we're stil) a long way from where we want to be offensively. Pagano led the secondary with a pair oT interceptions. Overall, the Lions had four in the game. •>f W(u"i( dvpoiit tfu* *1 mcvplion Of•>•> pifp included Fitiuo*i I n and M V >*** I r n " •• r f lponntii* lot •rpai'i m l i*i *. t *> IJ 000 mil* •nan »••» 1 01 p*. miir lh*ifiM«> to tfalvimin* toliM mun-pl* p*ym*ni« • BO

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Heloise Pet adoption for senior citizens Dear Readers: Here is some wonderful information for senior citizens who are interested in getting a pet. Ralston Purina Company has a program they have called The Purina Pets for People Program. Thousands of senior citizens across the country will now be able to experience the love and companionship of a dog or cat through this national pet adoption program that matches persons 60 years of age or older with homeless shelter pets completely free of charge. The program is offered through more than 100 shelters in 90 cities throughout the United States. Purina Pets for People contributes $ 100 to the shelters for every pet adopted through the program. In 1988 the not-for-profit organization contributed about $ 1 million in cash to shelters across the country. The donation covers the adoption fee and initial veterinary care Tor each adopted pet, including inoculations and spaying or neu- tering. They also provide each new adopter with a pet-care starter kit, including a collar, leash, food and water bowls and a supply of Purina Dog Chow or Cat Chow pet food. In return, the adopter agrees to provide the pet with proper care and a good home. Isn't this a heart-warming program! There are many elderly people who can't afford to adopt a dog or a cat and pay for the shots. This makes it so easy! And just think of all those lucky animals that will have a home thanks to Ralston Purina. . In addition, Purina Pets for People operates a toll-free information number for interested adopters. All you have to do is call 18OO-34S-3678 and they will let you know the names of shelters in your area that are in this program. Good luck to you and your adoptive pet. — Heloise

Ease a pet into travel Dear Heloise: I have a little pup and like to take him with me in the car on outings. When I first started, he suffered from carsickness. I thought I'd never take him again. My vet said it's not uncommon for a pup to get sick and he would outgrow it. He told me to take him on a 15-minute trip every other day or so, then increase it. Well, I did what he advised and now Buttons enjoys our car trips. — Helen Garcia, Houston, Texas

Check unit before calling serviceman Dear Heloise: I recently had a service man come in tofixmy television set. A service call is very expensive and if I looked for the problem myself I would have saved some money. You would not believe what was wrong with my set! The plug was not in all the way. I suppose my cat got back there and loosened it. I should have checked, but I didn't. II anyone has a problem, there are a few things to look for besides the plug. 1 If the set has no picture or sound, push the circuit-breaker button on the back of the set. (Refer to your instruction book to locate this button.), . If there is no picture but the sound is normal, turn the brightness control and try another channel. The service man gave me this advice, so I thought I'd pass it on to you. — Sharon Schneider, Elmira, N.Y. Thank you for your sound advice. If you can't sec or fix the problem by Just looking and trying some burtons, don't attempt to open the back of the set and fix it yourself. It's very dangerous to play around with high-voltage parts. Thai's when you call in a service man. — Heloise

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SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) — You may find yourself juggling two situations which, if combined, will likely prove highly volatile. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22Jan. 19) The time has come for you to face the choices before you — and your own real desires. Don't dillydally! AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) Waffling will serve no purpose today: you must make firm decisions and stick to them if you expect to profit. PISCES (Feb. U-March 20) - You will likely have a good deal of time to think things over in a careful, detailed manner Consider your options. ARIES (March 21-Aprll II) - Be diplomatic when dealing with members of the opposite sex. A brief romance may lead to something more'

Born today, you are a highly magnetic individual, and you know how to inspire others to do great deeds. A born leader, you will never take a back seat in your own affairs — and it is likely that you will be a controlling influence in the affairs of others throughout much of your life. You are ambitious and hard-working, and you expect only the best from others — but you will never ask anyone else to do something you are not at least willing to try. You have a fine memory and, in fact, all of your mental capacities are of the highest quality. You are a linear thinker and can quickly grasp all asTAURUS (April 20-May 20) pects of cause and effect. This ability will no doubt serve you well in busi- Money will be on your mind throughness — or in politics, which is a field out the day. You may be worried about you may find quite attractive at some overspending and running short of cash. point in your life. Also born on this data ar«: OrouGEMINI (May 21- June 20) - In orcho Marx and Bud Abbott, comedi- der to maintain the upper hand, you ans; Sting, actor and rock may have to employ scare tactics. superstar. Also make use of the element of To see what is in store for you to- surprise. morrow, find your birthday and read CANCER (June 21-Joly 22) - You the corresponding paragraph. Let your birthday star be your daily guide. may have to do some dramatic rescheduling today in order to get work MONDAV, OCT. 3 done and meet other deadlines as well. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Ocl. 22) - Don't LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) - You may expect cooperation from family members today; they may disagree with be delayed for some time today — and ion and even work against you to a there may not be much you can do to remedy the situation. Be patient. degree. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) - RouVIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) — You tine may not offer you great opportu- could be forced to come to terms with nity for self-expression today. After some unsettling truths, about yourself work, you can make thines happen. today. Changes are likely to result.

Patty's story: Terrifying, then absurd ByBILLCOSFOflD REGISTER WIRE SERVICES

Press notes to "Patty Hearst" refer to the kidnapping and subsequent events as "the media event of the decade," and for once, it's not just Hollywood talking. When Patty Hearst was in the news, there were a million Patty stories in the nation's newspapers. Today we read that Patricia Hearst lives the quiet, pampered life of a wealthy matron in suburban Connecticut. That she was once photographed brandishing an automatic weapon during the robbery of a California bank seems nearly as improbable to the rest of us as it must to her. But here it is: The story of a woman whose name for years was preceded by the words "kidnapped heiress" is now a movie of no small power and considerable virtue. Paul Schrader, who has written about craziness and the dimen-

sions of enforced outsider status the film, we share some of Patty's before ("Taxi Driver," "Raging point of view, from inside the Bull," "The Last Temptation of closet where she is kept. PeriodiChrist"), attacks the story with cally, the door swings open and documentary fervor and matching one or another of her captors shouts idiotic radical slogans. style. the door begins to He's not neutral, of course, any Eventually, swing open to admit a cadre memmore than any other documentari- ber determined have some sex; an. And here he's working from an after all, it's theto "comradely thing adaptation of Hearst's own ac- to do." count, the book "Every Secret Thing." But he lays out the story The movie suggests that Patty in a way that seems to allow us to Hearst was brainwashed. And make up our own minds about once Patty is allowed out in the Patty Hearst, who when finally ap- world with the little gang, to acprehended by police, and presu- company them on their bank jobs mably delivered from captivity, and food scrounges, her state of gave her occupation as "urban mind is anyone's guess. guerrilla." Schrader shows the story's terThe story is terrifying first, then rors, but he lets its black humor numbing, then simply absurd. develop as well. For weeks, the That's the progression we assume gang has been haranguing Patty played out inside Patty's mind in about SLA "combat units" around the days and weeks after "sol- the world; when they finally introdiers" from something they called duce themselves and admit that the Symbioncse Liberation Army the whole "army" is present in the broke into her Berkeley apartment one, tiny living room, you don't and dragged her, screaming, into know whether to laugh or to cry. the night. Certainly, these inflated revoluFor much of the early parts of tionaries thought for a while that

they were onto something momentous. But after hearing them yammer about the evils of "bourgeois pleasures" and the joys of "killing pigs," it's almost impossible to take them seriously. And so "Patty Hearst" has a surreal sense of dislocation and unreality to it. It's not so much a documentary as a relic, a perversely nostalgic blast from the almostforgotten past. And Schrader never changes the deadpan tone, and so there's never any relief. In the role of Patty Hearst, Natasha Richardson is quite good, more than just a look-alike. The supporting cast is also fine, particularly William Forsythe and Frances Fisher, as "Teko" and "Yolanda," husband-and-wife radicals who squabble through the "revolution." "Patty Hearst" is a compelling piece of work, with the bogus immediacy of old newspaper clippings. And yet it plays at times almost as satire. It's a vaudevillian's account of the end of the '60s radicalism, a murderous skit.

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public; no registration is required. CBA OPEN HOUSE — Christian Brothers Academy will hold an open house for boys interested in attending the school from 2 to 5 p.m. todayat the school, 850 Newman Springs Road, Lincroft.Registration will be taken for the entrance examination, which will take place Saturday, Nov. 5. The fee for the examination is 450. Friends and family members are invited to participate. GLASS WORKSHOP — The Monmouth County Park System will sponsor a stained-gkus workshop from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Thursdays, beginning this week through Dec. 8 (no class Nov. 10 or 24), at the Bihler Stained Glass Studio, Lincroft. Participants will have the opportunity to learn the techniques of the craft as well as the aesthetics of the medium. The fee for the eight sessions is $40, not including materials. Pre-registration is required. For more information, call 8424000. ITALIAN NIGHT — The Elks Club will be having an Italian Night 8 p.m. Saturday at the Elks Lodge, Church Street, Bel ford. Tickets are $20 and include admission, dinner, dancing and an open bar. Proceeds will go to the Monmouth County Division of Make-A-Wish Foundation. For more information, call 787-5459.

BUS TRIP — The Saint Mark African Methodist Episcopal Zion Women will sponsor a bus trip to New York to see '.'God's Creation." A bus leaves 2 p.m. Saturday from the church, 218 Delaware Ave., Cliffwood. The donation is S32. All proceeds will be turned over to Women's Day. For more information, call 566-3560.

Atlantic Highlands ' LIONS CYCLING CLASSIC — The Cycling Classic will be held next Sunday. " Sign-up and registration will take place from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. "Citizen Races" will take place from 11:30 a.m. to noon; "Celebrity Race" from noon to 12:30 p.m. Awards for "citizen" racers will be held from 12:30 to 3i30. There will be "Licensed Races" from 3:30 to 5 p.m. The awards ceremony is scheduled for S p.m. There will also be an after race reception. All events will be held rain or shine. ' These events are co-sponsored by the Lions Club with assistance from the Highlands Lions Club, Tom's Atlantic Cyclery, the Recreation Committee and the Bicycle (lub. ;.\ The events are to be sanctioned by The .United States Cycling Federation. •, All proceeds benefit the Henry Hudson High School athletic field project.

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Top pay. paid We will oiler you a good atari mosphere and enjoy and pleasant teleholidays, uniforms A Insurlom. later by 10/7/BB flexible hours. Salary ng salary, salary Increases ft phone manners. HS ance with bonus Incentives to B R O O K O A L E commensurate with grad Is nee or an All applicant* please call Jim luperlor training programs. COMMUNITY COLexp. For appt call Our fantastic growth gives equlv combo of educ Huey at 264-4333 L E G E . Paraonnal 842-1900. exl 237. An you lota of room to advance A and exp from ahlch Svcs., Dept AA2 EOE/AA Employer. achieve. II you so desire. comparable knowl ASSISTANT BOOKKEEPER 8/25, Llncrolt, NJ. and abilities can be Must have currant experience For Immediate consideration, 0773*. An EO/AA EmCLERICAL acquired. One year of o n A D P , A / P . insurance visit our branch office at S45 3rowlng company seeks clerical typing exp Is claims, diversified duties, Brick Blvd. Brick. NJ. or call: Might, energetic person al ADMIWaTRATlVE nee. Must achieve mln nursing home exper. • + phjt. entry level to learn A/R. A/P & ASSISTANT scores on clerical Send resumee w/salary hisother clerical duties. Medlca Small manulaclurar s rap.,tory to: POD 669 The register. (201)477-5700 tests. Annual sal naurance available. Call Jim technical Induatrlal products 1 Register Plata. Shrewsbury. $12,400. For an appt 'or an appointment 741-2636 Marlboro area. Sell starter, N J 07702. call 842-1900, ext 237 excellent typist, will tram lor COMPUTER OPERATOR or sen res/cov. letter FEDERAL SAVINGS (Dos 3.3) To schedule and ,word processing Some bookby 1 0 / 1 4 / 8 8 to Equal Opportunity Employar monitor production flow ol keeping, excellent with figBROOKDALE COMBANKING— Sea our ad under parts In small Company. ures, parson Friday. Benefit!, MUNITY COLLEGE, SALES- MERCHANT SALES Middletown area. 495-9701 salary commensurate with ex Personnel S v c s . , REP'. NEW JERSEY Dept. OAH 10/2, Lin•parlance, 3S-40 hours par CONSTRUCTION NATIONAL BANK. croft, NJ 07738. An •mate. Profit sharing avallatx*. Must be experienced in mafor NURSING HOME BARTENDER F/T EO/AA Employer. Non smoker preferred R«- Experience In geriatric care sonry, carpentry; plumbing aurna to: Box 001 c/o Therequired. Excellent salary and Local pub. day shift, expert, and electrical helpful. Must be CLERICAL OFFICE need only, some grill work. Register. 1 Register Plain. ' ineflta. Call lor appointment ible to take control of Job and ASSISTANT II: F/T: 7416530 Shrewabury NJ, 07702. manage. Experience, referWork with dept. chairences required; NJ driver's It person, faculty and cense a must. 495-5315. students. Typing and clerical duties. HS COOK grad is nee. or an Prep cook, dishwashers, F/T, equiv combo off educ P/T. Call between 1 lam -6pm, end exp. One yr. of 284-3730 clerical typing exp. is COOKS - Soutee/bfoiler nee. Must achieve min $7-10pr hr. Apply Lakeside scores on required Manor, Hwy 36 Hazlet clerical tests. Annual 739-2700 Sal. $12,408. For appt. call 842-1900, CORE DRILLER - F/T all year ext. 237 or send reDependable, company banea / c o v l e t t e r by Its. salary based upon experi10/14/88 to BROOKence. Use ol co. vehicle. Cal DALE COMMUNITY Chris at Semcor Equipment COLLEGE. Personnel 264-6080 btwn 8-Spm or Svcs. .Dept. OAB apply In person 18 Madison 10/2. Lincroft, NJ St.Keyport 07738. An EO/AA Cm CREDIT/COLLECTIONS ptoyer, 'arson w/good organization! skills ft a pleasant telephone At RMS Technologies, one of the country's most COACH BUS DRIVERS manner. Minimum 1 year exF/T Of P/T. Clean NJ driver • progressive and Innovative engineering services license. Call Jimmy, 787-1113 perience required. Please call companies.. .as far as your talent and drive can 752-1600 e«l214 between 9-4pm. Immediately. For Information 4.30100

BUS CLEANING HELP Good P a y . Boro Busses Shrewsbury. 741-0567

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Software Professionals Fort Monmouth Area

lake you. We offer professionals an extensive range of top assignments and the kind of technical challenges that spell unlimited reward. Soon we will be in the Fort Monmouth area to interview candidates for on-going project activities.

Come meet with us at our...

Open House Thursday, Friday & Saturday October 6th, 7th & 8th at the Appleton Inn-Tinton Falls Thursday & Friday: 11am to 8pm Saturday: 11am to 5pm To make an interview appointment, Call Phil Wllllston

(609) 596-5775 Opportunities exist for professionals experienced In Systems verification and Validation of C», Fire Control, Navigation and Tactical Computer Systems and Automated Test Equipment/ Testability. Candidates should possess know edge and experience with military standards/ regulations, handbooks, Integrated TOE, integrated logistics, system lite cycle and the procurement process. Specific areas of expertise Include: • System and computer software requirements validation • Test and evaluation • Verification of system and computer software design • Verification of computer software • Automated Test Equipment • Svstem Testability • • • •

Program library control Technical writing Software QA „__., Languages: AdA, FORTRAN, ATLAS, SPL/I • BS/MS technical degrees required, or the equivalent U.S. Citizenship Is required. If you can't call, RUSH your resume to: Phil Wllllston-FM RMS Technologies, Inc. 5Ev*fjDrlve rtcTTrvolooiHTMC

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NEWS CORRESPONDENTS

Tl» Register, • community dally newspaper, • M k i suitable correspondents to cover night meetlnga In Monmouth County. Some writing p p e experience preferred. Knowledge ol municipal government helpfl helpful, b but t will ill ttrain. i Correspondents Corresdet must provide own transportation, but expenses are reimbursed. An excellent opportunity to become a part of an exciting dally newspaper while earning money on a part-time basis. Interested persons should contact City Editor ^

Randy Brameier

542-4000 Ext. 3204

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AUTO SALES M/F Here is an opportunity to join Buick's only NJ "Select 60" dealership that offers: • 4 0 - 4 5 Hour Week • Profit Sharing • Demo • And as complete a package of benefits to be found in this area. Experience necessary For appointment contact:

JIM BIRMINGHAM STRAUB MOTORS BUICK/JEEP/USED CARS 400 Hwy. 35, Keyport, NJ 264-4000

ADVERTISING SALES REPRESENTATIVE Local newspaper group with more than 150,000 circulation needs sales rep. Must be ambitious, selfstarter with a need to succeed. Experience preferred. Will train the right candidate. Interested candidates should call:

JOE DeGRANDIS The Register 542-4000 EXT. 3430

Equal opportunity employer m/f/h/v I Ormmtmr Madia Mawpmpn ™ igv« ornMTuwrr/wf munn term t amort,

035 Halp Wanted Full Tim*

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CRUISE SHIPS Now hiring a posrtlons. Both skilled an unskilled. For Information Ca (615)292 6900 Exl 11661

HOSTESS/HOST DISHWASHER Scale well above mm wage Evaa. Fun 1 Part Una Call tor appolmmam. 222-4427 ar.n M a t u r e individual. App Lakestda Manor. Hwy. 3 HOUSECLEAHINO CO. Hazlet 739-2700 Looking lor raUatXa paopla. Good pay 583-7450 DISHWASHER Ex salary & benefits. Apply HOUSEKEEPER/CLEANER person! Mon-Fri. 9am-4p Muat ba raaponalbla wrth rat Atlantic Highlands Nursi Home. 8 Middletown Ave.. A arancaa. Good pay lor right person can Art 698 3335 no lanitc Highlands. agandaa or aarvtoaa DRIVER/HELPCR/W AREHOUSE needs dependable HOUSEKEEPER reliable person. Various d ties. exp. preferred. furnHu F/T HOUSEKEEPER store, 9 30am-6pm Villa Fu niture. Mlddletowp. 747-5550 NEEDED. NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY. COMPLETE DRIVER needed to deliver BENEFIT PACKAGE pickup rental equipment. Va! drivers license. Serious & r CLUDED sponsible person only Inqulr Call Tom Bennett 264-608 CALL OR APPLY IN PERSON: between Bam-12noon KEPTEL INC. DRIVERS - Limousine drive 56 PARK RD needed Full-Time. Part-Tim TINTON FALL Experience a plus. 739-3267 389 8800

CUSTODIAN/FIREM A N I / T . Perform custodial & maintenance work required for the general maintenance ol buildings & grounds: operate and maintain boiler*, heat exchangers, oil burners, gas burners and HVAC equip. Ability to read, write and follow i n s t r u c t i o n s . Six months exp in boiter operations is nee. A valid NJ Driver's License may be required. Black Seal License is required. Annual Sal: $15,151. Send resume/cov. letter by 10/7/88 to BROOKDALE COMMUNITY COLLEGE, Personnel Svcs.. Dept. CUS 9/25, Llncrolt, NJ 07738. An EO/AA Employer. CUSTODIAN:F/T; Perform general cleaning of all areas. Ability lo read and write and follow directions. A valid NJ Driver's License may be required. Hrs: 11:00pm to 7:30am. Annual Sal:Sf 1.230 Send resume/cov. latter by 10/7/88 to BROOKDALE COMMUNITY COLLEGE. Personnel Svcs., Dept. CUS 9/25. Lincroft. NJ 07738. AN EO/AA Employer. CUSTODIAN; F/T; Perform general cleaning of all areas. ABillty to read, write & follow directions. A valid NJ Driver's License may be required. Hrs: 11:00pm to 7:30 am. Annual Sal: S11.230. Apply in person between 8:30am & 5pm, MonFri in the Personnel Office, or send res / c o v l e t t e r by 10/14/88 to BROOKDALE COMMUNITY COLLEGE, Personnel Svcs., Dept. CUS 10/2. Lincrofl, NJ 07738. An EO/AA Employer

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MANACuniST/SKIN CAR F-P/T Rad Bank Salon Ora parking, will train In Biottna lea akin cara Call 530-7373

PLUMBERS with knowledge of new construction, working locally ft in Jameiburg C a l 7766841

MANICURIST—F-P/T. Enpanancad or wlU train Call 563-43M MARKETING SPECIAUS Inovative Manufacturer of d Hal counters, printers ft'bu ness prodcts seeks an • r g e t l c . self start, Marketing Specialist to fun d e v e l o p e their indust al/Dealer Network. The id Individual will have a stron marketing sales backrou experience In dealing with < trlbution and Inovative mark ing ideas. Please send sume to: Hecon Corporator 15 Meridian Rd. Eatontown

PREP COOK Experienced 5 day weak Excellent pay. Can 264-5222 ask for Ihe Chef PRESSMAN i S t f l . corporation with inhouse printing operation needs pressman for Flyobi with T-1000 color head and 1250 Multi. experience wilh vertical camera, platemaker, pricing. Good starling salary, excellent benefits. Apply The Daily Register Route 35, Shrewsbury Equal Opportunity Employer PRESS PERSON To run small single color press, full time 9am-5pm. Mon-Frt Call 87^-9654

PRINTING — Press Person Rapidly growing Co poet Exp'd press person to runAB Dick 360 Call 688-0078 MECHANICS — experienc PRINT SHOP WORKER to work tor large bus con Looking lor energetic person Equal Opportunity Employer. pany. Top wages, excel. to Iram in printing, bindery & DRIVERS/WAREHOUSE benefits, must have " " idintj maintenance FullIMMEDIATE OPENNINOS toola. Call 1-800-624-03 /pan lime, benefits ask for Mr. Harold Sew KEYPUNCH Call 872-9654,9-5 Allied Building Products Supt. of Maint. OPERATORS 1139 Ocean Ave.. Sea Brigh PROOF READERS For busy MECHANIC /TRAINEE ai Call 842-3355 or come by EXPERIENCED type setting plant Basic tune ups, exhaust work, e Earn $500 or more, week Willing to learn on our prot knowledge of book a ad worlj stuffing envelopes at home We currently have full time, ucts, geat opportunity, 2 wee necessary Day positions for part time a n d temporary vacation, good benefits. Mu those who qualify For luther No experience. For free into nfo Call Dorothy m mat ion send self-stamped en openings for experlencec have tools, start immediate keypunch operators in our 8888282. 201 548-6160 velope to: Homemaller's PO Aberdeen/Matawan location 250. Dearborn. Ml 48121. QUALITY CONTROL INSPECMEDICAL ASSISTAN T Qualified applicant will be TOR — Some experience ESTIMATOR/COORDINATO able I D key 8,000 key strokes F/T for buy podiatrtc offtc w/molded products desirable For rapidly grownlng Oon per hour for Alpha/Numeric Red Bank area. Some e -t.S. diploma required Full •junction Co. located in Free pref, not nee. Please call Co. benefits. Salary commenhold. Minimum 3-5 yrs. exp 4pm. 747-2104. surate with experience Applv equired Exc. salary & bonef MIDDLE AOED COUPLE In person. Seals Eastern inc package. Send resume to Full and part shirts, Monday- Salary and Garage Apt. pr 134 Pearl S t . Red Bank ZLG Corp. 71 W. Main St Saturday vkJed- Light duties, drivers Freehold. Shifts for Saturday only are cense & references required QUALITY CONTROL INSPEC I ( H I — P/T. Intresting work. available FACTORY HELP • Needed Call 741-1374 jood pay. High Tech. Co Flexible schedules available Light manufacturing, will v / l r a i n motivated, quick ' i must be 18 or ove 3 shifts with shift differential NURSE/MED. ASST. — Bu earner for varied OC duties 100% company paid health specialists office. Call 74 Apply Suburban Aluminum 3331. 842-1112 eves/wknds Perfect job for semi-retired benefits for (ull time Leonardo Call 291-3300 >erson or mom w/kids in • Competitive1 pay scale based NURSE RN FACTORY HELP school. Call 747-9200 on skill & overall parlor 11pm-7am, full time/part time Assembly material handler mance R E C E P T I O N I S T - lor last machine operator. Excellan Conveniently located-Exit New salary scale, weeken >aced growing printing co.. nfiis Eatontown. 117A OSP or 5 minutes ers receive time & vs. 11-7 r yping skills necesary Moncelve time & 1/4. Excelle 544-0250 9am-1pm from RR station Frl. 9-5 Call 872-9654 benefits package. App Newly renovated facilities FACTORY/WAREHOUSE Holntdel Convalescent Ce RECEPTIONIST — Tues Sat Non-Assembly. Loading, un tar. 188 Hwy. 34. Holmde i.IN busy Beauty Salon Red oadlng & factory duties if you are looking for a re940-4200 Bonk. Call 530-7373 for inter$6 OO/hr to start. Benefits warding Job or additional Inview appointment. come for the holidays, please Call 431 -3500 call for an appointment (i RECEPTIONIST ILE CLERK — general office nlng or Saturday interviews uii Time; Red Bank. Light duties, errands, some lifting available). )ookkeeping a good televlust have car. Benefiti 7-3:30pm. 3-11:30pm. Pos ihone technique a must Chamlin. Schottland, Rosen ble transportation. New pa 201-583-3660 741-1326. "avanagh & Ullano. scale + $1 extra per .hour fc MCC KEY SERVICES certification. Call Hllma 229-3200 RESTAURANT HELP Apply in person DATA ENTRY CLERKS 75 Lower Main St. Emery Manor Nursing Home Waiter/Waitresses. Day shift Aberdeen. NJ Work Near Home 4 Hwy 34. Matawan. 566-640 avail Host/Hostess, Night Equal Opportunity Employer NURSES AIDE — 7am-3pm ihift avail. Please call M/F 462-0383 for appt. Small, gariatric unit. App Naveslnk House, 40 Riversic RESTAURANT FLEXIBLE HOURS INSPECTOR Ave, Red Bank. E/O/E. Local auto mechanic with exp. NURSES AIDE n diagnosis and repair autos Full/part time. All shirts. Wor and power trains. Phone: CALL 530-5B55 DELI COUNTER HELP Salad Prep every other weekend. Na 1-800-877-2669 Experienced only. Tues. tin •Cooks pay scale. For information ca Sat. 7:45-4pm. Major Mad, : •Cashiers JANITORIAL/FLOOR WAX- Hilltop Nursing Home weeks paid vacation. Apply • •Walters/Waitresses NQ 2nd shiftOpm-itpm) Im871 0177 person. Norman's Dell mediate openings. M-F. Oood NURSESRN/LPN 12B Broad St Red Bank (HomemakersMon.-Frl., Full A Part time po- starting salary + benefits. Call Full/part time. All shifts. Nev 291 -2022 for interview. sitions avail. Benefits, paid va DELI/COUNTER HELP pay scale. For Information ca Retirees-Students) cation A holidays. Apply In F / T P / T Apply: M 1 J Markets Hilltop Nursing Home Futl & Pan-Time 530 Sprlngdale Ave., Lon wrson or call: 671-0177 LABORER A.R.A. at A T & T Positions Branch. N.J. or call 571-9801. For apt. complex In MiddleNURSE8 200 Laurel Ave. Middletown own, oft Rte. 35. Will maintain Retirement Center DENTAL ASSISTANT — Ex RN's. all ahlfts. LPN's. 957-4313 jroundg A prepare vacant shifts. Nurses' Aides & O perlenced. Top salary a bene Immediate opening a p a r t m e n t s for re-rental. denies, all shifts. Ex salary. A fits. If you are looking for for a professional wait GOLF COURSE Maintenance good A fulfilling Job, don ull tima year round position, Good p a y . Call 671-0021 benefits Atlantic Highland staff for exclusive repass up this add! Call for fur reliable Immediately. $8.50 weekdays. noon-5pm. Nursing Home. At. Highland tirement center. This trier details 946-4644. 8 Middletown Ave., Atlanl Is an excellent opporour plus beneflta. LABORERS HELP Highlands. 291-0600. tunity to be trained as Call Rumson CC at 842-3333 Must be reliable and have NV a professional wait DENTAL ASSISTANT NURSES RN $15.20 per hou or NJ license. 495-5315. GROUNDS KEEPER ASST person. Interested Come work with us In oi no benefits. LPN $10 50 n 3 work thru Dec on Locust applicants should call comfortable, family orientec Istate. Call Randy al LABORERS/LAWN MAINTE- benefits. NUR8E8 AIDE Sea Bright practice. We're 67-6054 eves until 9pm or NANCE — F/T . P/T . $5/tir ORDERLY $7.50 no benefits The Food Service ooklng for someone specia 291 -0453 during the day Atl. Highlands Nursing Home Call 842 6966 who is neat, reliable and en 8 Middletown Ave Marker ergetlc, Experience & X-ray II GYMNASTICS INSTRUCTOR LABORERS NEEDED - Foi Atlantic Highlands, NJ MondayWednesday at P/T. E x p e r i e n c e d . C a l tree service. Starting at S7hr. cense necessary. Excellen NURSES (201)642-3403 pay & benefits. Call 530-556C Shrewsbury Gymnastics fo no exper. nee. 530 1812 RN-$14.00 HR. nterview. 747-0070 for an Interview. LANDSCAPE PERSONNEL NO BENEFITS iqual Opportunity Employer deeded immediately In CenLPN- $9.50HR DENTAL ASST. - CHAIRSIDE RETAIL ral Monmouth County area NO BENEFITS Red Bank Ortho. office. Wi AIR DRESSERS— Great Ex ENTER THE WORLD NURSES AIDE/ORDERLY train right person, but expei octations Is hiring full/part Good pay A benefits. Call 6150910 help. Excl. commission & school trained preferred OF PHOTOGRAPHY $7.50 HR - NO BENEFITS enefits, evening A wkend 747-9100 NO EXPERIENCE NEEDED LAWN SERVICE COMPANY FULL & PART TIME/FLEX •s. Call Suzanne at 264-9333 BLE HOURS/ALL SHIFT las F/T positions available Mary Joe at 922-2770 • my it'vri positions available • with advancement possibility AVAILABLE. DENTAL HYQIENI3T hat offer the training and ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS or the right person. Starting M i d d l e t o w n . S a t u r d a y ! AIRDRESBERS - Newly owth potential you need. If NURSING HOME >ay $7. p/hr. Experience with only.830-1 30. Excellent sal enovated salon haa 2 ou're personable, ambitious, 8 MIDDLETOWN AVE. tattons lor hair stylists with c o m m e r c i a l w a l k - b e h i n d ary Call Ruth. 671-1886 ommunicatiuo and eager to ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS ollowlng; and 1 opening for mowers helptul. 888-1242 arn, consider joining us in 291-0600 3ENTAL HYGIENIST for tarn- n assistant 741-5911 LEARNING DISABILITY he Eatontown area ly oriented practice. Senc OFFICE ASSISTANT TEACHER CONSULTANT short resume, confidential to Aggressive individual male/fe HAIRDRESSER fetouch Portrait Studiios is O Box 366, Rumson, N. ssistant. licensed. Following )ne F/T position commencing male to work In busy mod an. 1st 1989. (1) P/T posltior ne of the world's largest por07760. ol necessary. 671-4382 omniancing March 1 1989 gage company. Diversified du ait service companies, operties, will train. Typing a mus "lubmlt resumes to: Specia HAIRDRESSER WANTED imij over 400 studios nationDENTAL RECEPTIONIST ervices Eatontown Public Benefits. $240 per week. Ca Middletown Area ide. Lifetouch offers a Ingrld 747-2873. Experienced only. Full time Schools 215 Broad St., 7>7-3716 after 1pm ompetltlve compensation Red Bank. Good salary, bene iatontown NJ OFFICE ASSISTANT ackage that includes n good its. No eves. 741-1328. Aggressive Individual male/fe ourly wage, employee dlsLIBRARY-MEDIA HANDY PERSON/DRIVER DENTAL TECHNICIAN male to work In busy mort ounl, medical and dental ' ASST It - AUDIO/VIAssistant needed in Golc ar installations A related gage company. Diversified du overage, and more. Part time SUAL SERVICES:F/T; work. Call 774-3700 dept. Some exp. or denta ties, will train. Typing a must ostions available For conResponsible for handnowledgg. 577-8227 10-4 Benefits. $240 per week. Ca deration, pleae apply in perHELP WANTED ling equipment loans Ingrld 747-2873on al the Portrait Studio. JC ROY ROGERS/MARRIOTT to faculty and staff. Inenney Co. Inc., Monmoulh DISHWASHER — Keyport /T. F/T. Nltes. weekends. struct use of equip;. CARPENTERS/FRAMERS all, Hwy 35 a 36/Ealontown, area. Nights, Wed -Sun. 5 til eal discounts, wage negoprocess requests for Construction Workers onday- Wednesday from losing. Good pay. Nlckleby'i able. ROY ROGERS/ all A / V servicea. We're looking tor a few goo( >am-5pm. ARRIOTT Rt 35 Hazlel Ave. Call for appt. Wed-Sunday Maintain fob rosters. men. Call 495-3767 azlet 264-9705. 284-5222. records and files. ProOPERATOR - For compute C PENNEY PORTRAIT duce, distribute and rized answering service Pf validate Brookdale STUDIOS days & weekends. No exper Community College •qual Opportunity Employer call Sandy or Dee 219-7800 Identification cards. ETAIL - F/T. P/T now Other related duties PAYROLL tcrvlewlng for a new ladies as assigned. HS grad or equlv combo of ed ADMINISTRATIVE hop In the Marketplace Mall and exp required. AsASSISTANT ssistant manager, Sales sociate's degree In Lielp 3750033 ask tor Sharon Anne Klein Outlet, an established designer brary Science or Alan Communication apparel store, has a fabulous opportunity for a Visible opportunity ETAIL Media desirable. Two Store Manager for our Shrewsbury location. yrs of library exp is to handle a variety KINKEL'S nee. Typing ability Is of tasks. DEPARTMENT STORE nee. For test appt, call CASHIERS/SALES/STOCK 842-1900. ext 237. • Excellent starting salary FLEXIBLE HOURS Hrs: 1:30pm-10.00pm Reporting lo, and helping out • Bonus Incentives lAILY/NIGHTS/WEEKENDS Mon to T h u r s . the Ass|stant Treasurer on • 2 weeks paid vacation 8 30arn-4:00pm alterprojects ^exposes you con ghest wages w/benefils • Medical Insurance nating Saturdays. Anitantly to management at NJ's veryone welcome, including llrees Ouys/gals 15-18 • Generous employee discount nual Sal: $13,712. argest developer/builder o pply: . • Send resume/cov. let• Flexible schedule multi-family residential prop 4 Apple St. Tinlon Falls ter by 10/7/88 to ertlea, condos and town • Paid holidays or call Mr Bob84?-7/.V BROOKDALE COMhouses. Nice people to work for" Send resume with salary history to: MUNITY COLLEGE, You must be a sell-atarte Dept. MA 2 9/25. Linable to work with minimum au croft. NJ 07738. An pervision We're looking tor time; 3:00-11 30PM A 1589 Reed Road EO/AA Employer. an individual who can prepare PM-7:30AM shifts Special West Trenton, NJ 08628 i frills rate, 100% tuition re NE ASSEMBLY F/T or P/T payroll checks, by reference bursement, uniform allowjply in person: Donovan to time cards and other re relating lo wages and ice, individualized onontaanufacturlng Company, Lo- cords salaries. Who can calculate B/S. Medallion plan st St., Keyport. No phone overtime pay. premium pay >ply in person Emery Manor Us please. Incentive earnings and bo- urslng Home 4 Hwy 34 MAINTENANCE — reliable nuses. Matawan. 566-6400 person needed to do minor SALES-AD SPACE m a i n t e n a n c e & cleaning Other duties including main eekly-Middietown Good around office/shopping center tainlng individual payroll reussion plan, plus bonecomplex. 5 days per weak cords, entering changes In s Protected territory Monday-Friday. Valid NJ driv- wage and salary rates. Pre Call Phyllis 9570070 er's license required. Oood paring periodic payroll resalary A benefits Contact ports. Answering employee ALES Charlie Bryant. 201-757-1232. inquiries regarding checks MAINTENANCE — Experi- Should be familiar with autoMERCHANT SALES Must be available early morning hours Monday enced. For Garden Apt. Com matic payroll systems. LOTUS REPRESENTATIVE through Friday and Sunday. plex. Call 583-4010 1-2-3 experience Is a plus Routes available: Light typing required. New Jersey National MAINTENANCE MAN Atlantic Highlands Bank has an immediRumson Country Day School. We offer a comprehensive Eatontown ate need for an indiCall 842-0527 benefits package and all the vidual who will be Long Branch MAINTENANCE WORKER opportunities thai go with responsible for proPerform minor repairs In all being a leader In our field. For Call: Jane Pettigrew moting and increasing phases of building mainte- consideration, send resume our Merchant VISA542-8880 nance w i t h i n M o n m o u l h to: Human Resources Depart/Mastercard AccepC o u n t y . D u t i e s I n c l u d e : ment, K. Hovnanlan Entertance Program by 9 a.m. -5 p.m. olumblng. painting & minor prises. Inc., P.O. Box 500. developing a market slectrlcal work. Previous ex- Red Bank, NJ 07701. sales strategy find Greater Media Newapaperm perience & valid NJ driver's servicing the mer(QVH orrwMUMii/uriinMini KOQN mnoni •cense required. Apply in perchant base in Ihe K. HOVNANIAN ion to CPC Mental Health eastern areas of Nnw ENTERPRISES. INC. Services. Aspen Court 142 Jersey Qualified canEqual Opportunity Employer Hwy 35. Eatontown. NJ. EOE didates will have a M/F prior sales backNo agencies, please ground Knowledge Of No phone calta. please credit/debit card proMANAGEMENT grams in a plus OPPORTUNITIES PHOTO PROCESSOR With expanding hospitality person to run Kodak Photo Part time phone clerk. Light computer Industry leader. If you areProcessor in Jersey Shore New Jersey National work, will train right person. Hours are • • I f motivated w/a deslr* to camera store. Will train. Call Bank offers an exceleucceed a have a proven redaily 1 to 5 p.m. Must be flexible. Only 1-212 5299010 lent salary and benecord of menegeftel success, fits package Please dependable person need apply. we have a position for you. P L U M B E R - M I N I M U M « send resume with salYEARS EXPERIENCE Competethre salary « e i C . ary requirements lo benettte. Send resume a sal- In jobbing a remodeling. Exc Employment, C N - 5 . steady year round position ary history to: Pennington . N J 531-0594 08534 Prtme-Wettesley Inne PLUMBERS Experlanced slab eastern Regional Office crews A sub-contractors for 17 North AirmontRd. NEW JERSEY new construction working lo| Greater Media Newtpaperm Suffem. N.V. 1 0 M 1 cally & In Jamesburg. Call Attention: Lou Mendttto NATIONAL BANK * IQUM WfWIUN.IT/MflMMTIVI «!>W MMOTH 778-6841 Hotel experience preferred. E.OE.M/F

to $9 hr

EMPIRE-OMNI

MECHANIC HELPER Need for remodeling, general co trading. Call nights 787-84.

NURSES AIDE F/T-P/T.M/F

FOOD SERVICE WORKERS

RETAIL

STORE MANAGER

We Offer:

Ms. Susan Stasium (609) 737-6880

Anne Klein Outlet DRIVER

2 Hours Per Day

PART TIME

Call 542-4000 ext. 2500

FOOD SERVICE WAIT STAFF

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The Sunday Register

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NURSING/MED. ASST SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS for AVAILABLE-Loving, depend 1 9 8 6 - 1 9 8 9 School Year. able Mom will babysit in her Certified Looking tor private duty. Reasonable rstes Call $55.00 Dally Rate. Must pos- Belford home Lily 495-9289 A I B TECHNICIANS 787-5506 leave message. sess New Jersey Teaching Certificate, or be eligible for BABYSITTER needed in my COMPANION AIDE WITH PUBLIC SCHOOLS OPENINGS WANTED County Substitute Certificate. Keansburg home. Weekday! LPN BACKGROUND • School Psychologist ($24,725 to $3t .900) Interested and qualified candi- 495 6206 3pm-9pm. is available Tuea. Thur*. Frl. S • Speech/Languago specialist dates should submit Letter ol PART TIME eves. 4pm on. $7/hr Call • E S L Bilingual Teacher Pay and adventure. NJ Na-Application and Resume with CARE GIVERS — needed foi 264-1882 from 6-IOpm on Qualifications | • Teachers ol the Handicapped tional Guard. Call: 747-0797 a copy of their Transcript, Infants A toddlers. 2-flpm above eves. Keyport area > School Nurse Certificate and references to; St. Ann's Child Care Center or 1 800-792 6396 SALES/MENS CLOTHING • 21» 3 p u t •.p.riinw Keansburg. Call Monday-Fri HOUSE CLEANER - Protes- , • Accounting Assistant Robert A. Zolklewtcz. PART TIME day. 9am Spm. 787-7220. aional. Seeking work to sup, (Payroll/Pensions Secretary), 12 months Superintendent >imstkiMtmtMh Top quality mans specialty See our ad under: port child A self. Excel, ref. LANDSCAPER'S HELPER Highlands Elementary School • Substitute Bus Driver/$7 99/hr. seeks qualified IndividKEYPUNCH AiTR ESS/WAITER — F/TPfT days or Weekends. Will CHILOCARE — Exp Mom wll excellent cleaning 495-1758 .«Ecartiliciii«rnplyi store Naveslnk Avenue (N.J. State bus drivers License req ) ual with sales background. 5 MCC 3pm. COOK, P/T Please train. $5. per hr. 871-7O9B Highlands. New Jesey 07732 give your child T.L.C. In hei HOUSECLEANINQ days, no Sundays. Salary + 583-3860 II 291-8717. Fair Haven home. 747-3134. SEND RESUMES TO: (201)672-1476. -Your home will sparkle* commission, benefits. Call LOTC — Beginning ImmedlatW« Offer 741-5300 lor appt. Natelaon s WAREHOUSE-lf you heve ley. N.J. Certification required. PHONE A COUNTER PER- An Equal Opportunity/Affirma- CHILD CARE IN ABERDEEN Excellent ref. 741-7780. tive (Action Employer) own transportation-Earn 10 yrs exp Provides meals HOUSECLEANING, If your Broad » Front si Red Bank. Send resume A Certification SON — Part time Days. Must • WMbdCMI snacks. Refs 566-3753 to Michael lannuccl. Director Apply In person : Lulgi's Fa.i.ta.a.wiiM mgBrwcHMJ.omo house needs to be cleaned, mous Pizza, 477 Middle Rd of Child Study. 140 1st. Ave. • • a t * elm tot call Barbara A Mary we're 2 SALES PERSON P/F Time. Atlantic Highlands NJ. 07716. Hazlet. .)•! E O.E. M/F/H/V WOMAN WISHES DOMESTIC 4028 Middletown. NJ. 07748. in person. Kitchen A Bath Station. application, 642-57S0. eyport, call 264-2580 conditions. Perfect for housewives and work, reliable, own transpor-' Howard Johnson Restaurant SIDING MEN NURSES AIDE — 3pm -9pm SECRETARY — Every other tatlon. t60/day 842-5924. Rt 35, Mlddletown, NJ 038 Domestic Help Exp. helpful. Can start Imedla senior citizens. Apply in person or call: new wage scale. Mt. Pleasant weekend. Good phone mantely 495-3173 or 787-8834 36 Help Wanted COMPANION/AIDE tor elderli WAREHOUSE HELP — 6-12 Manor Nursing Home. Mat- ner, typing A filing. Ask for 040 Resumes/ Mrs/wk. Light typing preferred lady- From 2pm-8pm 5 days i Joanne, 842-6009 awan. 566-4633, SOCIAL WORKERS Part Time if Typing Service Car essential. Will train. Cal week. Car A references req CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Small growing Consulting Mary Lynn. 544-0650. OFFICE ASSISTANT ACTIVITIES ASSISTANT 758 0693 SOCIAL WORKERS •NEW IMAGE RESUME- " For busy OB/GYN office. Di- Firm has P/T SECRETARIAL/ Child protected services. En- art time, male/female. Tem- versified duties up to 20 hours CLERICAL positions. General WORKING MOM - Looking foi HOUSECLEANING — Thur. Creative Resumes A Cover ry position, 3 days a glish A English/Spanish. BSW someone to drive child tc or Frl. for condo, Mon. Beach letters. Professional Compostper week, Including 2 eves. skills required. Contact • Mlddletown Shopping Center . or Bachelor's Degree + 1 yr eek plus some weekends, pur wuun, inciuumy * nursery school. Call 842-7406 tlon A Guidance. 747-0615., area. Ref. 571-0907. Meg Perth at 747-1540 pply: Emery Manor Nursing 871-3222 exp. In child abuse/neglect or Hwy. 35, Mlddletown N.J., 671 -9738 * ome. 4, Hwy 34, Matawan M S W Driver's license re* quired. Various openings CTIVITIES AIDE - P/T must • Monmouth Mall, Eatontown, N.J. 542-6927 * throughout central NJ. Send ave desire to work with resume to: * deny. Flexible schedule, DVFS jply In person: Arnold Walter Central Reglonel Office. Alt: urslng Home, 622 S. Laurel Personnel Dept. L. Crary ve. Hazlet, Mon-Frl. 10-3pm 719 Alexander Rd, Princeton, — NJ. 08540. AQUARIUM SALESPERSON nergelic friendly person A DAILY GUIDE TO BUSINESS SERVICES SUPERINTENDENT • Smal eeded evenings & Sundays. hotel, rent rooms.cleanlng and erfect for students. Practical maintenance, live-In, salary nowledge of tropical fish elpful but not necessary. Call 681-3700 068 General Coral Reef Aquarium SUPERMARKET HELP — ReShrewsbury. 542-7662. 176 Cleaning Service 083 Masonry 086 Painting Contracting 172 Carpentry tail food chain accepting apSTEPS plications tor permanent emALL TYPE RENOVATIONS K ft L CLEANING BACKHOE/TRACTOR URQER KING. Mlddlstown. PAINTING A PAPERING New A Repaired ployment. All : lulls available Decks, kitchens, baths, baseow hiring DINNER A CLOSfor Our Store In Dirt- Stone-Topsoil SERVICE Gutters cleened & repaired by All types of brick, atone PfT positions Include bagger ments, cloBets. Immediate NG SHIFTS. All positions Erosion specialist. 291-1427 OFFICE CLEANING the hour. Ref. 284-7988 A concrete work. cashier, deli & bakery. Apply start call NOWI Bob 872-0563 vail, ages 18 up, Up to MIDDLETOWN FREE ESTIMATE 842-7883 MARANATHA PAVING 530-1080 In person to the store superviPAINTINO Quality Woik 4.50/hr. Contact Debbie, HOME IMPROVEMENTS Specialising in Driveway*. sor or person In charge at REASONABLE RATES 671-9716. S1ZMASONAHY WHISTLE CLEAN 'For a CHANNEL HOME CENTERS, INC., the Alterations, Repalre. yeer maintenance free your local Acme Market. 2S1-OS29 Steps/Drlvewoys/Sldewalks Clean as a Whistle Home."ASHIER — Cilarella's Mar- luerenlee. Free eellmele. No Job Too Smell. J. BARON. nation's largest. Independently owned Specialty-Calif Stucco laaaonsbla. Exp 493-4785 •TEACHER ASSISTANT 530 8515 or 747-6729. PAINTING duality work. 530 6633 or 928 5510 et. Red Bank. Senior CMhome center chain, has many interesting Scott 767-7223 In ttw Long Branch H M . High School Reasonable ratea. Sr. Citizen ens A students welcome to CARPENTER— 30 yr exp ev orftduau AbMty to >•ded. needs little body work SUBARU GL 62 —Sun roof. KAWASAKI KZ -650 '77, $3,900 Call 946-2124. #2, Conover Rd, Colts Neck, AMC Matador Sta Wgn '75 LARGE SWEEEP. PURE SILK Stereo. P/ST. 'P/B.clean $450 00. Call after 6pm Marcy Home Gym $200. Including Irnt bumper. Asking AM/FM 3 VJ. See Thur. paper tor list Recently rebuilt motor. Irons- CORVETTE 79 — Black. T- under $800 Call 758 0584 LINING CUFFED SLEEVES /W. cruise control, low miles wkdys. 264-3811. 118 Recreational Call 741 -6090 $1.600. 767-6019 all 3pm mi Colonel Bob Randolph, mission A exhaust system. Top. new paint. 350 auto, LIKE NEWI SIZE 12 Good cond $2.600. 787-1766 KAWASAKI LTD 1000 — 81 beige Interior. $8,000 or best Vehicles auctioneer (201) 223-6936 ' Asking Only $995 NISSAN 200 SX-XE — 86 Auto, olr. Call 383-5788. offer 583-9128. DIRT & TOPSOIL 28,000 mi . $1,200 or best SUBURU 80 •Call M 8 OBI5 altar 6 charcol grey, a/c, am/lm steOPEN ROAD 7 1 20ft. motor oiler. Call 739-5487 Stone. Driveways R.R. ties 062 Flea Markets/ AMC SPIRIT - 7 9 2 dr. 6 DATSUN 79 • 2B0ZX 2+2. cass, p/sun roof, p/w, 5 4 spd shift. 74.000 ml. ExcelFORD MUSTANG 78 ome. great shape, runs well, TEHNAQE CLOTHES. Some Erosion Spec. 291-1427. cyl, auto, a/c, p/s. 66,000 ml. 5spd.. fully loaded, excel, me- V8, auto, p/a, p/b. Orlg. s p d , 36,000 ml. Asking ent body, new tires, new MOTORCYCLE — HONDA urfect tor camping, for a Bazaars neve. Men's medium tops FIREPLACE, Artificial —Stan Good cond. Asking $1,150. chanically cond. Inter/oxter. owner. Good cond. $1,200. $8,700 Call Dave. 634-5800 brakes, a/c. now CD. Joints. 750 CB SUPER SPORT '81 amity of 4. Best offer. Levfa cords, sweats, short! dard alze. Includes all Iron CALL FOR VENDORS - For Call 290-9455 good $3200 739-3639 $1,400 Call 671 -0832. liter 5pm or Karen 615-0670 741-3855 alter 5:30pm. EXC. COND. 369-2284 Call 871-8202 etc'30 & 32 x 32. Call eves ware. $60. 741-8884. our Fall festival at Forresdale ' S77-O968 Schools The Fair Is NovemGAS HOT WATER HEATER ber 5th, 10-3pm. Return 50 Gal. New, in Box. $110. 04» Firewood ilgn-up sheets by Oct. 12th MICROMETER SET 0-6"Call 747-6333 Rumson PTA FIREWOOD — Clean « Dell 100. TIMING LIGHT Snaf •red Stacking available. 110 on. $90 Call after 6. 787-8193 -ong Branch Kawanls Club per cord Mark Wf

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(ARTS) Fred Travelens At the improv Host: impressionist Fred Travelers Comedians: Chas Elstner, Scott Larose and Fred Woll (BET) Soft Notes (CBN) Remington Steele (CNN)Monayana (DISC) Wines of Italy "Scicilia" (DISNEY) Adventures ol Ouie and Harriet (ESPN) Powertitting Record Breakers Championship, from Honolulu. |R) (HBO) Movie ••'/! "Nadine" (1967) Kim Basinger, Jell Bridges. A Texas manicurist's search for a package of provocative photos involves her with local mobsters when she accidentally gels her hands on top-secret maps. PC g (NASH) You Can Ba a Star (NICK) Rowan a Martn'a laugh-In (SHOW) Comedy Club Network Host Dudley Moore travels to eight comedy clubs across the country featuring the talents ol new comics and famous alumni. (USA) Miami Vice 1130 O O Beit ol Carson From November 1987. Actor George C. Scott; comic Joanne Astrow; the Amazing Randi. With host Johnny Carson. (R) (In Stereo) • Tail

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( A R T S ) Movie « * Phaedra" (1962) Meana Mar couri, Anthony Perkins. The neglected wife ofaGreek shipping magnate tempts fate when she pursues a brief love affair with her 24-year-old stepson. Inspired by "Hippolytus."" Euripides' Greek tragedy ( B E T ) Video Soul ( C B N ) CaaaMl HoaM ol PH mtaitaoii ( C N N ) Larry King Live ( O I S C ) American Century Fads, Managers, 'tun girts," can and tourism art aMpkyad ( D I S N E Y ) Movie **Vi The Undergrads" (1965) M(>ney.OirisMakepaace. A 68-year-old man decides to enrol in coiegewith his new roommate, the teen-age grandson who rescued him from a rest home. ( E S P N ) Soap I n Derby From Akron, Ohio (Taped) ( N I C K ) My Three Sons ( S P O R T S ) Lou Hoes Notre Dame Footbal report. ( T M C ) Movie *Vi "Eye ot the Tiger" (1966) Gary Busey, Yaphet Kotto An ex-con wages a one-man war agarist the vicious motorcycle gang respons&ie for his wife's death. (In Stereo) R' ( U S A ) Movie *Y, "Oeathquake" (1975) A young scientist has dHRculty convincing hit peers in 21stcentury Tokyo that the most devastating earthquake in history it abouttooccur. : k30 O Canada: True North Explores Canada s national policy ol mulKulturalism, focusing on how new immigrants are defining the Canadian identity. (Part 4 of 4|

g ( N A S H ) New Country Featured Johnny Rodriguez. (In Stereo) ( N I C K ) Dome Reed ( S P O R T S ) NHL Hockey New York Islanders at Edmonton Oilers. (Live) ' *35 ( S H O W ) Comedy CM) Network Host DurJey Moore navels to eight comedy dubs across the country featuring the talents ol new comics and famous alumni. • 0 Sonny Spoon (Season Premiere) Comedyactnrvarjventure. Mario Van Peebles stars as a detecnvewrth unusual methods for solving cases. With Terry r*nafx». Tonctrt Sonny drscovers that ho old high-school buddies have made it big by drug dealing. (In Stereo) g

( H B O ) Movie *Vi "Hctywood Vice Squad" (1966) Ronny Cox, Trish Van Devere. Prostitution, pornography and drug abuse niethe streets as Holywood police help a mottwf $6«vch lof hw runaway dmghtar.'R' ( N A S H ) Crook and Chase ( N I C K ) Best ot Saturday Might Uve ( S H O W ) Brother.

*3t 0 OddCoupw 0 Wei Kreet Week 0 Benny Ha 0 Autograph Wl« Marilyn MtcKay 0TratOiairaelD»ii • • > < ^ ' > « » » ' 1 a y Scheduled: highlights ol the National Aerobics Championship; a profile of 14year-ok) Rob BrarJey, who's rated as the youngest Men. Club golfing champ •npion in the US. (R) ( N A S H ) VTdeoCourary (NICK)SCTV ( S H O W ) Super D I M The adventurer encounters sharks and hit-and-run trucks in a triathlon. Guests: the country music singer K D. Lang, the Nylons. (In Stereo) g 10J5 (1/1 ( W T B S ) World ofAudubon

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( N A S H ) You Can Be a Star ( N I C K ) Rowan a Harare Laugh-In (SrtOW)Mcr»w«tt"NirjMh»wk3" (1961) Sylvester Statone. B*y Oat Wiaiams. Two lough undercover cops are assigned to a special task force tracking a darigerois irrternatmial terrorist throughout New York Crty.R' ( T M C ) Movie * • "IMdtoOrder" (1987) At} Sheedy. Beverly D'Angeto. A Inner sidewish, intercepted by a fairy godmother, turns t spoiled Beverly Hfc heiress Into a pemiess maid. (In Stereo) PG' (USA)tBjMFlatil "ReelNewt"

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O0ewt 0 Morton Downey Jr. Scheduled: psychics and their debunkers. 0 Movie * * * "Back Narcissus1' (1947) Deborah Kerr. Jean Simmons. A group of Anglican nuns faces a variety ol pressures as they attempt to maintain a convent scnooi ana nospnai m Die rnmaJayes. (n) • Movie » « • "Tht Invasion of the Bee Girts" (1973) WUam Smith, Anila Ford. Young woman with apian sexual appetites cause thear male partners to start dropping kke ties. . ' 0 Late Show Host Ross Shafer. Scheduled: a John Lennon special w * his sister JukaBaird. (In Stereo) ^B ^ D Htm JcfHy Nttwon Newt (R) ( A R T S ) Eveiaag at f taaprav ( B E T ) Video LP ( C I N E ) M o v w * * "LessThanZero'(l987)Andrew

EastonEls' best-sekngnovel.(InStereo)'R'g ( C N N ) Sport. Tonight Anchors: Fred Hickman. Nick Charles. (DISC) At Oerning. Hanoi the North (DISNEY) Movie * • • * "Sounder" (1972) Cicely Tyson. Paul WMekt. In 1930s Louisiana, a l»riy of black sharecroppers struggles to overcome the hardship ol poverty and the oppression ol an unjust so( E S P N ) SportoCenter ( N A S H ) American Magtiine

(NICK) Car 54, Where Are You? (USA) NejMFtgM "NigM Fight Goes to the Movies S Coming Attractions" IMS O O M o v i e * * "The Legend olB*e Jean" (1965) Helen Slater. Peter Coyote. Orcumstances surrounding an accidental shooong turn a teen-age girl and her handful of supportive friends into woukMe outlaws and meHa heroes, (fl) M ( W T B S ) Nigfit Tracka (In Stereo) IMS ( H B O ) lit a Tart The Buta Mean Bueimee The players buy the teem to avoid a takeover. (In Stereo)

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FRIDAY 12:00 O L«t« Show Host: Ross Shaler. Scheduled: a John Lennon special with his sister Julia Baird. (In Stereo) OBNightlmg - - I - - - ' OSUr Trek: The Neit Generation CD Wond T.V. PnMfiti CntneM Proof inwiioQ Uf Mtu N0CM...N0 CBSucceis-N Lite B O Fugitive • Horn Shopping (ARTS) TmnlMli Century A profile ol the RussoFinnish War. which marked the first appearance ot the Red Army. Host: Walter CronMe. — I Midnight Love ) Paper Chase

Thoroughbred Racing From The Meadow(NASH) NaahvMe Now (NICK) Make Room for Daddy (USA) NigM F u n "flashtracks" Includes: Stump and the Georgia Sateites. Ifcii (HBO) Punchline Party Hotted by Tom Hanktand SafyFtoM Hanks and Field, who portray stand-up comics in the movie "Punchline." celebrate the movie's release with their co-stare 1*30 O O Late Night With David Lttteman Scheduled: magicians Perm and Teller. (In Stereo) O Movie **V2 "The Jerk" (1979) Sieve Martin.Bernadette Peters. • Movie** "Return ol Charlie Chan" (1971) Ross Martin. Rocky Gum. O Alfred Hitchcock Prtsenls (ARTS) Victory ai Sea (DISC) WMMe Chronicles (NICK) Susie (SPORTS) Horse Racing From Roctlnghm (USA) Night FlgM Take OB to Wanna Bes"

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\M • LaMn Connection (Premiere) A weekly variety series taped at New York's Studio 54. Hosts: comic Joey Vega, actress Tanya Soktr. Featured mis week recording group the Cover Gils. O Joe Franklin B Runaway With the Rich and Famous Actor David Leisure (Isuzu commercials) in Portugal: Acapulco, Mexico.

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(ARTS) Movie * * "Phaedra" (1962) Meana Mercouri. Anthony Perkins. (BET) Video Soul (CBN) Straight T a * (CNN) Inside PoBics'M (DISC) World Monitor (ESPN) Bodybuilding Men's Junior National Championships. From Chicago. (R) (NICK) Mister Ed (USA) Night FlgM 'Dynaman Tribute" 1:15 • Moult • • * "Scarlet Street" (1945) Edward G. Robinson. Joan Bennett. (CINE) Motto * "Dreams of Desire" (1985) Man Greene, Nona Jane Lim. (HBO) Movie *Vi "The Women's Club" (1987) Michael Pare. Maud Adams. 130 B USA Today Scheduled: singer Kenny Rogers: a I tour of the United Stales I Videos (In Stereo)

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200 O S ) New Antwert to Hair Lots 0 Honw Shopping OvcniQnt Service • Friday the 13th: The Series Micki and Ryan search lor a cursed mask that pos sesscs the spirit ol a voodoo priestess. (In Stereo) . * B You Can Be Succetslul (CBN) TOO Ckife (DISC) To Be Announced (ESPN) SporttLook (NICK) Donna Reed (USA) Night FlgM "Take-Ofl to the Fathers ol Video"

"MS 2:15 ( S H O W ) Movie * * "Halt Moon Street" (1986) Sigoumey Weaver, Michael Caine. (TMC) Movie **Vi "TIM Fearless Vampire Kiers" (1967) Roman Pdanski, Sharon Tate. 2:17 £20 I Newt (R) M5 O Movie ••"The Lady in the Car With Glasses and a Gun" (1969) Samantha Eggar, Oliver Reed. WO . • Movie "SheOgame" (1965) Brenda Robins, Germain Hoode. ONews(fl) • Movie **Vi 'The Nitwits" (1935) Bert Wheeler, Betty Grabkt. (CNN) Sports Lalenight (ESPN) SportaCerrler (NICK) Beit ol Saturday Night Uve

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5:00 O Home Shopping Overnijhl Service Continues O Weekend with Crook and Chase I B Facet ol Culture • Carton's Comedy Classics SB To Be Announced (CBN) Bring'Em Back Alive (CNN) CroiirVe (DISNEY) Walt DiineyPrttenti (USA) Night Flight (HBO) Jo* Ptteopo't Hatwean Party q &» 5:30

11 Lore Lucy • INNNewa IFacesofCtfure I Delaware Valey Forum I Man to Man )ShowbU Today M) Truck and Tractor Put ) Movie **V» "A Night in Casablanca" (1946) 55 fcts (!?) (WTBS) Night Track! 5:40 (SHOW) Movie ***V> "Superman II" (1980) M0 i I Animated CUstict I Love Your Skin I Ebony/Jet Showcase 0

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US (HBO) Inside tie NFL Hosts: Len Dawson, Nick Buoniconti. (In Stereo) M0 • Movie • • "Drums Across the River" (1954) Audie Murphy, Walter Brennan. M0 O Group One Medical • Movie • • • "ChderMa" (1960) Jerry Lewis, Ed Wym. O Perry Mason IBEtpanaVlva • Movie *•% "Stranger in Our House" (1978) Linda Blair. Carol Lawrence. OB Home Shopping (BET) Soft Notes (CBN) Praise the Lord (CNN) Heedbne Newt C (DISNEY) Movie »*to "The Undergrads" (1965) Art Carney. Chris Makepeace. (ESPN) Spssdwask Weekly auto racing highlights. (NrCK)SCTV (USA) WgM FlgM Reel News 3:10 0 Movie * * "Only With Married Men" (1974) David Birney. Michele Lee. M0 B Liar's Club . • EtpanaViva (ARTS) Evening at the Improv (ESPN) Auto Radng NASCAR Holy Farms 400. From North WHmboro. N.C. (R) (NICK) Rowan « Martin's LtugWn (USA) WgM FlgM "Night Flight Goes to the Movies « Coming Attractions" MS (S) (WTBS) MgM Track! (In Stereo) Mi (HBO) Movie * * h "The Glitter Dome" (1964) James Gamer. John Uthgow.

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a Princesa Caballero (CBN) Wanted Someone to Care (CINE) Movie * • » "Above and Beyond" (1953) (CNN) Sports Close-up (DISNEY) Dumbo's Circus (ESPN) Thoroughbred Sports Digest (NICK) Maple Town 8:00 B e Adventures of Raggedy Aim and Andy OOKistyfurg 0 W odd Tomorrow O a Beany I Cecil Q a H U Videos USA 0 Adam Smith's Money World

(ARTS) Journey to AOVenture (CBN) Rin-Tin-Tn (CNN) Headline Newt Update (DISC) Search for Adventure (DISNEY) Movie **Vi "Ludwigs Think Tank" (1985) (ESPN) Truck and Tractor Pun (HBO) Inside the NFL (NASH) Remodeling t Decorating Today (NICK) NICK Rocks: Video to Go (SHOW) Movie *•'.", "Dirty Dingus Magee (1970) 10:10 (CNN) Showbii Week 10:30

• Ralph Martin • aQEO Course AB Honw ShoooHU (ARTS) My Family and Other Animali (CBN) Adventuret in Dry Gulch (CNN) Daybreak (DISNEY) Good Morning Mickey! (ESPN) Outdoor Life (NICK) Sharon, Lot! « Bram't Elephant Show (SHOW) Movie * * * V T h e Pleasure ol His Corr pany"(1961) (USA) K M Sato Mi (ir) (WTBS) Bonanza 8:30 aaSuporman a a Disney's Adventures of the Gumml Bears n O Cardinal O'Connor O B New Adventuret ol Winnie the Pooh g a x e s Haw B Wai Street Week vt Day of Resloration fO To Be Announced BMtoumadelTiempo a Yugoslavian Show 8 I D GED Course (ARTS) Work) of Survival (CBN)Suparbook (CNN) Big Story (DISNEY) WultKs (ESPN) Outdoor Sportsman (HBO) Movie *•/; "Real Men" (1987) (NICK) Mr. Wiiard's World M0 a a * » Hanson's Muppet Babtos q aasmurftg a McCreary Report a America's Top Ten a Washington Week in Review g 8 Jimmy S.aggart 8B Denver, the Last Dinosaur aCaprtanOnletla 8 O Butkwtt Re (ARTS) Triumph of the Wett (BET) Video Soul (CBN)Gerbert (CNN) Haadkw News Update "Real Men" HBO (1987, Drams) Kim Bsslnger. Jeff Bridges. (1987. Comedy) James Beiushi. John flitter. Max Talking IMovie: * * "Amazon Women on the Moon" [Movie: * "Rage of Honor" Movie Cont'd MAX Headroom 1(1987) Rosanna Arquette. Griffin Dunne 1(1987) Sho Kosuqi. Lewis Van Bergen. WWF Wrestling (R) nslde World Jets Journal SportsDesk ma Tennis (R) Movie: "Legend of Tarzan Lord Movie: * * v s "Beverly Hills Cop II" That's What Friends Are for: SHOW of Apes" Cont'd (1987. Comedy) Eddie Murphy. Ronny Cox. AIDS Benefit 88 Movie Cont'd IMovie: • • "Nig htftyers" Movie: • * "Maid to Order" TMC 1(19871 Michael rsed. Catherine Mary Stewart 0887, Fantasy) Ally Sheedv. Beverly D'Angelo Miami Vice Movie: *'/i "The Final Terror" A. Hitchcock Rsy Bradbury USA (1981. Horror) Daryl Hannah. Rachel Ward. Theater World Championship Wrestling Movie: • • • "The Green Berets" WTBS (1988, Drama) John Wayne, Dsvld Jsnssen. ESPN

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BLoMejordelaSemana a Movie "Los natenllos"1 B 8 Focus on Society CD Home Shopping (ARTS) Shortslories (BET) Paid Proflfinwninfl (CBN) Wagon Train (CNN) Heaifine News Updite (DISC) California Highways (NASH) CountryCsps ( N I C K ) Hovel * * » "Heidi" (1979)

( C B N ) II (CNN)Ntwsdsy (DISC) Land ol Pi (DISNEY) My Friend Flicks (NASH) CMA Awards Preview i t (NICK) Double Dn»Q (USA) Dance Party USA 1*05 Itrj ( W T B S ) Munslers 1230 • BCBSStorybreakg « GED Course (ffl shi. John Flrtter. A no-nonsense CIA operative and a mild-mannered insurance agent join forces to retrieve a formula that could save the world. PC ( N A S H ) Grand We Opry Live ( N I C K ) Pally Duke Show MS • • Simon I Simon (Season Premiere) Crane drama. Gerald McRaney and Jameson Parker star as San DiegAbased private investigators Rick and A.J. Simon. Toriioht The detective agency enjoys unprecedented success when Rick and A J. capture a thief in front of television news cameras. (In Slereo) O a Golden GMe (Season Premiere) Comedy. Beatrice Arthur, Rue McClanahan, Betty White and Estele Getty star as four mature women who share a home In Miami. Episode Information to be announced. (In Slereo) g B 8 Beyond Tomorrow Scheduled: an uttralighrwelght hybrid helicopter; the abMy to invisibly release liquids onto human skin; a soprtsttcand weapon In the war against coastal drug traffic. (In Stereo) B Friday the 13th: The Series M«*i and Ryan search for a cursed mask that possesses the spirit of a voodoo priestess. (In S l a m ) B Mystery! Cover Her Face Dalgkesh ignores the attack on Deborah Riscoe as he pressures the members olthe Max* household, hoping to force a confession from the murderer. (R) (Part 6 of 6) g B lifestyles "Wild Thing" (1987) Rob Knapper, Kathleen Quinlan. 4:30 ( U S A ) Night Flight "New Sounds"

• Movie t o * "The Other Woman" (1973) Joel Fabiani. Katherine Helmond.

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TV DIALOGUE still allvf? An- any of his filnu with Jeaoette MaeDonald on video? - VMM., QuarryvUle, Pa. Eddy died in 1967. Several of the films in which he starred with MaeDonald are on tape. Check with your local video store.

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( C N N ) International Correspondents ( D I S C ) Beyond 2000 ( D I S N E Y ) Movie • * • "The Little Prince" (1974) Gene Wilder. Richard Kiley. ( E 8 P N ) SportsCentor B Movie * * V i "Murder Mansion" (1970) Analia Gade. Evelyn Steward. ( C N N ) This Week In Japan ( D I S N E Y ) Movie « » * "Tex" (1962) Man Dillon Jim Matter.

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ADDRESS THOSE COM PLAINTS - It's time to write the networks about the new shows that are coming on TV and fa voiiles that aren't coming back. Caa you give us the address ol the networks aad tell as who to write to? - B.A.P., McMuray, Pa. Address your comments to the Vice President of EnAlexTrabck tertainment a t each of the networks. Here are the ad- TREBEK STATS - How old U dresses: CBS, 51 W. 62nd Alex Trebtk, and where Is he St., New York, NY 10019; from? - CM., Fall River, Man. NBC, 3 0 Rockefeller Plaza, Tnbck, host of "Jeopar- New York, NY 10020; ABC, dy!" w a s born on July 22, 1330 Avenue of the Ameri1940, and Is 48 years old. He cas, New York, NY 10019. hails from Sudbury, Ontario, Canada. TWO 'UNTOUCHABLES'? Wasn't there another movie WHAT'S IN A NAME? - 1 un called "The Untouchables" bederaUad that Tony Curtis' real fore the 1987 one with Kevin name Is very different from the Costneif - S.L., Cody, Wy. name he sues for show business. No. There has been no othCaa you tell me what It UT - er film about Elliot Ness by O.M., Pittsburgh, Pa. that title. Many stories have Curtis' given name is Ber- been written about "The nard Schwartz. Untouchables," and Ness 'WEST SIDE1 DATES - and his crew have been mentioned in many films dealing Pleaae tell me when the play "West Side Story" was on with that era. And, of Broadway aad when the movie course, a TV series called was released. - A.M. Garner "The Untouchables,''' starring Robert Stack as Ness, vttle, N.Y. "West Side Story" bowed aired from 1969-63. . on Broadway on Sept. 26, (Send your letters to Toni 1957, and ran for 734 per- Reinhold, United Feature formances. The film was re- Syndicate, ZOO Park Ave., leased in 1961. It won 10 Room 60S, New York, NY Academy Awards, including 10166. Due to the large volBest Picture. ume of mail, personal reEDDY FAN - Is Nelson Eddy

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Chandelier adds light, beauty to dining room Hanging a chandelier over a dining table where there is none, or replacing an outdated fixture, will completely change the look of the room and add sparkle and drama to your home for very modest cost. Dining room lighting must be flexible enough to add the proper level of lighting and mood to a formal dinner or a family get-together. Additionally, in many households, the dining table also is used for other activities such as homework, hobbies and family bookkeeping. The room, therefore, must be adequately lighted to do it all comfortably, and look good doing it. A chandelier with bulbs totaling about 200 to 300 watts is usually the heart of dining room lighting plans'. Consider one with a built-in concealed downlight for "task" light focused directly on a table's surface. In a room that is 10 feet wide or less, a chandelier usually should not be larger than about two feet in diameter. It should be 12 inches narrower than your table so people don't bump their heads upon arising. The bottom of the chandelier should be 30 inches above the table, out of the line of sight when people are seated. If the room's ceiling is more than eight LIGHT TOUCH The bottom of the chandelier should be 30 Inchea above the table, out ol the line of feet high, raise the chandelier three inches sight when people are aeated, according to the American Home Lighting institute. for each aditional foot of ceiling height. When hung over a dining table where there la none, or when replacing an outdated Always install a dimmer to control the light level and establish mood. fixture, a chandelier will completely change the look of the room and add sparkle.

A chandelier should never provide the only light in the dining room. It should be supplemented with additional light sources. Track and recessed are good choices for additonal light: one over each half of the table or a ring of four recessed downlights around the outer edge of the table. A buffet or server can be flanked with wall sconces mounted 60 inches above the floor. Fit with 25- to 60-watt bulbs if they are shielded, IS- to 25-watt decorative bulbs if unshielded. Undershelf lighting small enough to install in a cabinet to highlight china or collectibles is available. Plants can be lit to brighten up a dark corner dramatically with a track or recessed accent light from above. Or a simple and inexpensive way to light a plant is with an "up" light in a weighted base placed on the floor in back of the plant. In a contemporary-style dining room, a ceiling fixture can provide a chandelierlike effect when centered over the table. Fluorescent "ceilings" are another idea. For ideas and mounting instructions for lighting a dining room as well as all the other areas in a home, and outdoors too, send a check for $1 for a copy of Lighting Your Life to American Home Lighting Institute, Dept. MF 435 N. Michigan Avc,Chicago, III 60611.

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Old World furnishings will make a comeback strong. Furnishings now will be remembrances of history rather than looking far out with modern furniture," he says. THEREGISTER "Yellows mixed with green or black are big in Italy, but in the United States, I This year brings a resurgence of Old don't think this will catch on. We'll be World furnishings and rich materials that seeing mauves and beiges and colors that evoke memories of times past. are very traditional," Timpanaro says. "Furniture will be made with fabrics Apparently, Americans will be moving that make you really want to reach out far away from anything modern. and tourli them," says Natale Siclare, in"Antique looking armoircs have always terior designer for Macy's, Eatontown. been used in bedrooms, but we'll be mov"We'll be seeing a lot of heavy bro- ing them into the living rooms as a place cades, woven fabrics, tapestries and to hide the TV," he says. stamped velvets. It's definitely an invitWallpaper will be replaced by paneling ing look," he says. and paint, Timpanaro says. "The focus is on the furnishings. The Colors will be a rich palette of forest hues, including deep reds, browns, mossy look is strong. Wallpaper would only detract from the look," he says. greens and golds, Siclare says. Wall-to-wall carpeting will also disap"Designs in colors will be as they were several hundred years ago at just about pear from homes, he says. "People like to see their floors, espethe time the Europeans started to explore the rest of the world," he says. "This is a cially now when they fit in so well with the 18th century furnishings. We'll see a look that will last. It won't go out of style lot of colorful area rugs like the orientals like high-tech has." and persians," Timpanaro says. The eclectic look will be strong this are just about the only room in year, says international designer Victor theDens house to remain modern, says TimpaTimpanaro of Huffman Koos, Eaton- naro. town. "Recliners continue to sell well for Furnishings will center around the 18th dens. That is the one room that everyone century, but the pieces wilt come from wants to make as comfortable as possidifferent areas, he says. ble," he says. "All the furniture will be styled for the "This eclectic look is nothing new. It 18th century, but we'll see a mixture of was always in, but no one could afford it. pieces that are Queen Anne, cherry ma- Now, manufacturers are making pieces at hoganey, Chippendale and Oriental black lower prices," Timpanaro says. laquer," Timpanaro says. The only problem left is choosing the "The French country look will also be pieces, he says. By JENIFER GUEST

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Oak adds warmth Light oaks will add warmth to kitchens and dinettes, says Joe DiAnthony of Hazlet Dinettes, Hazlet. "Oak has a strong grain, so it adds a warm look. It's more comfortable to live with than high-tech laquers and you don't have to baby it like you do with teakwoods and cherry pieces." he says. Perhaps the best feature of oak is its durability. "You can use oak every day," DiAnthony says. "If you accidently mark it, just polish it with a lightly colored polish, and the mark disappears. And because of the strong grain, marks blend in. "On a cherry table, a mark would stand out like a sore thumb. You don't have to be afraid to eat at an oak table," he says. Oak can be mixed with tiles and upholstery in peaches, seafoam greens and blues. "The peach and green seem sort of trendy," DiAnthony says, "but I think the blues are going to stay around for a while. "A lot of homes have oak cabinets and oak in the architecture. People want to carry the lighter wood look in through the furniture," DiAnthony says. Also to look for this year, he says, are breakfast nooks and china cabinets. New ovens will no longer be "conventional," says Walter Slocum of Better Housekeeping, Red Bank. The updated Jenn-Aire oven will be popular, he says, adding, "It's the first oven that offers grilling in the home." Another big seller, Slocum says, will be "convection microwaves that can bake." "People are busy these days, and they don't have a lot of time to spend in the

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JEAN BURGDORFF DONATES CHURCH PROPERTY TO MAPLEWOOD

The beautiful First Church of Christ, Scientist was donated by Jean Burgdorff to Maplewood as a civic and cultural center. Christ, Scientist, which she recently purchased, to Prized Site Dedicated to T o w n ' s the town of Maplewood. The property is to be used Charitable, Cultural and Civic Endeavors exclusively for charitable, cultural and civic purposes of the town and its local organizations. Jean T. Burgdorff, President of Burgdorff Realtors, The property has an estimated value of $500,000.has donated the site of Maplewoud's First Church of

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Neither the architecture nor the grounds, long prized by local residents, will be altered in any way. Mrs. Burgdorff also purchased the Christian Science Reading Room, a connected property which fronts onto Maplewood Ave. This will be used as a new location for Burgdorff Realtors' Maplewood sales office, currently located on Ricalton Square at the train station. Mrs. Burgdorff was approached by the Church when membership could no longer sustain ownership of the properties. She worked closely for months with the town planning board, local officials and interested residents to develop a future for the property that would best serve the town's interests. Accordingly, the property will be controlled and governed by a sub-committee composed of appointees by the Mayor and Township Committee, one member of the Burgdorff family for as long as it resides in the Metropolitan area, and a member of The Strollers, Maplewood's drama ic troupe, for as long as that organization continues to exist. The initial structure, which in recent years has housed the Sunday school, was designed in 1929 by Bernhard Mueller, an architect well-known for his work in French country style. The distinctive slate roof of tin- church bears the provincial stamp. The reading room was built in 1949. The sanctuary, designed by Victor Reynal of South Orange, was added in 1959. A student at the New England Conservatory of Music and subsequently a member of the piano faculty of Douglass College, Mrs. Burgdorff has been a longstanding supporter of the arts. In 1987 alone, Burgdorff Realtors funded the $2000 Youth Artists Award, top prize in the NJ Symphony Orchestra's Young Artists Auditions; sponsored its second gift concert featuring the Empire Brass Quintet; provided major support for the Summit Symphony, for the NJ Center for Visual Arts, for the Suburban Community Music Center, and the first Messiah Sing-In of the Summit Chorale.

CHILD CARE MAJOR CORPORATE CONCERN AS NEW DECADE APPROACHES Child care was once a sticky issue tabled for future discussion at corporate meetings. Not any longer. It is now a serious concern beginning to effect major change in our economy and corporate policy. Burgdorff Realtors' Relocation Division recently co-hosted an eye-opening breakfast seminar entitled "The Changing Lifestyles of Today's Transferees" with The Summit Hotel. Representatives from 23 major New Jersey and national corporations were in attendance to discuss new corporate attitudes toward child care. Serving as panelists were Dr. John Fernandez, author of Child Care and Corporate Productivity and Manager of Personnel Services, AT&T Communications, Headquarters Region; Diane Keel Atkins, Director, Child Care Services, Hoffman LaRoche; Dr. Florence N. Long, Educational Director, Summit Child Care Centers; and Dr. Anne B. Lovett, Consulting Psychologist, author and specialist in career-related problems. After Jean T. Burgdorff, Burgdorff Realtors President, welcomed the group, Burgdorff Vice President and Director of Human Resources, Dr. Barbara Keller, began the discussion by quoting Alvin Toffler, who said in Future Shock that the "one thing certain in life is change." Explaining that child care has made significant changes in basic corporate policy, Dr. Keller suggested that the best way to deal with change must be to anticipate it. "Then," she added, "change becomes what we envision; we become leaders rather than followers." Panelists were introduced by Barbara DeMaio, Burgdorff Relocation Manager. Dr. Fernandez explained that today, child care is very often the motivating factor for employees to reject relocation, even promotions and salary increases. Corporations, he explained, have so far been unwilling to spend money for child care, although pressure to do so is increasing. Hoffman LaRoche was the first New Jersey corporation to establish a child care model, said spokeswoman Diane Atkins. It was a prototype "started by demand, not by fad" with a surprising

51% of its corporate child care users men, not women. For Dr. Florence Long, the most obvious change in child care has become evident in parent researching. "Interviewing a child care service used to take 15 minutes - now it takes one hour. Parents have become more demanding and more informed," Long said. Dr. Anne Lovett suggested that the greatest change she has seen in recent years is that of the woman's role in society. "The female image has gone from that of nurturing, passive, feminine, to assertive, aggressive, almost androgynous. The problem lies in the fact that when women come home from work, they must return to their former function of nurturer, which creates an almost schizoid role." A lively question and answer period followed, with questions involving such issues as government's possible role in subsidizing child care, the rising cost of insurance coverage, and the idea of pooling monies from the public and private sector to cover child care costs.

GREAT MINDS THINK ALIKE, .children at the Summit Child Care Center convene to solve a ' 'logistical'' building problem. Play projects are designed to stimulate the imagination and encourage learning. Education Director, Dr. Florence Long, was a panelist at the BurgdorffRelocation breakfast seminar held recently at the Summit Hotel.

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Listings from Condo Center 201 -464-5660 201 -658-3130

Allentown Office 215-821-5756

SIP A COOL DRINK... on your 72 foot deck or large covered patio while enjoying a peaceful view of the sun setting over the Blue Mountains. Enjoy the best of both worlds...lots of country fresh air and still only minutes from major highways. This J.200 square foot Cuslom Contemporary with many amenities can bejours for only $179,900. Located in New Tripoli. Allentown office, (215) 821-5756.

SO MUCH TO OFFER Charming, comfortable and cozy 3 bedroom Colonial. Entry foyer, fireplace in family room, French door leading to separate study, spacious dining room, 2'/i baths, all on quiet cul-de-sac. Ideal for the young family in Branchburg at 259,900. Bedminster/Bridgewater office, 658-3399.

Bernardsville Office 201-221-0044

"STEP UP T O QUALITY" . ..The finest in Townhouse living can be yours in the Knollcrest section of The Hills - This " D " Model Townhouse is magnificent! Vaulted ceiling, skylights, hardwood floors, 2 fireplaces, 1st floor den, MBR retreat with wet bar and a finished walkout basement/wet bar are only some of the exciting features that make this home so very special. This 2 + bed, 3 n bath, 2 car garage Townhouse is offered for your consideration in the $300's. In Bedminster. Bedminster office, 658-3399. KNOLLCREST - THE HILLS "ENJOY THE WILDFLOWERS" This is a truly delightful Townhouse - Private location with the family room, kitchen and deck overlooking the Spring wildfloweni on the hill, 3 bedrooms, Vh baths, family room, finished basement, 2 car garage. This is not to be missed Upgraded and elegant. The finest in Townhouse living. Asking $332,000. In Bedminsler. Bedminster office, 658-3399.

HISTORIC PAST Once a grist mill...now a charming 11 room Country Colonial home., .on three acres. ..with amenities galore. Relax on one of the three decks overlooking a peaceful and private sylvan setting., .while enjoying tranquil sounds of water rolling over the restored water wheel. Only two miles from Bucks County...commuting ease via 1-78. Ideal for an executive's weekend home or an artist's retreat. $450,000. Allentown office, (215) 821-5756. I

ELEGANT TOWNHOME Better than new in Watchung; Special! Elegant! Fun! Not for everyone! A Contemporary Townhouse offering decks on each level, vaulted ceilings, state of the art eat-in kitchen, 3 bedrooms, 2 full/2 half baths, 2-car garage, family room, floor to ceiling fieldslone fireplace in living room. $399,000. Bernardsville office, 221-0044.

Basking Ridge Office 201 -766-0808

THIS LARGE SPACIOUS HOME Just reduced Colonial...OWNER ANXIOUS...located on a desirable street on an acre in Basking Ridge has 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, a traditional fireplace in the living room and a screened porch off the dining room. A picture window in the large kitchen overlooks a beautiful back yard with mature trees and a splitrail fence. $399,900. Basking Ridge office, 766-0808.

Easton Office 215-559-1868

MAGNIFICENT GARDENS Wanted: In picturesque Basking Ridge, a professional single or executive couple for whom the ordinary just won't do. This small updated Frank Lloyd Wright style Contemporary is situated on 3.28 horticultural acres. -Roam through its many gardens

Bernardsville office, 221-0044.

Chatham Office 201 -635-8200

COLONIAL CHARMER IN BASKING RIDGE Completely renovated 3 bedroom, V/i bath Colonial. Large master bedroom with operating skylights and octagon windows, built-in air conditioner and celling fan; wonderful eat-in kitchen with oak cabinets, dishwasher, no-wax floor and ceiling fan; dining room has large bay-bow window.'Everything new from the plumbing and wiring right up to the roof. House is set on a lot with mature trees and lots of room for a garden. Priced right at $249,000. Basking Ridge office, 766-0808.

Bed minster/ Bridgewater Office 201-658-3399

BETTER THAN NEW... is this 2 bedroom Townhouse with its neutral tasteful decor, mirrored walls in living room and private balcony. Lovely woods in Tear afford additional peace and privacy. A must sec in Hillsborough for $139,900. Bedminstcr/Bridgcwalcr office, 658^3399.

EDGEWOOD - THE HILLS "BREATHTAKING" Describes the view from the deck, living room and master bedroom windows. The sunsets across the rolling hills of Somerset County are spectacular and are to be enjoyed to their fullest. This 2 bedroom, 2'h bath, den, 2 car garage Townhouse is lovely - Neutral decor, upgraded carpeting, fireplace, parquet floors in entry, kitchen and den plus all window treatments are only some of the special features. Make every effort to see this beautiful Townhouse. $225,000. In Bedminster. Bedminster dffice, 658-3399.

A SETTING . ..overlooking the 8th Fairway of Canoe Brook Country Club, this charming Tudor is nestled under lovely trees. Beautifully maintained inside and outside, it features a large living room with fireplace and a dining room with French doors leading out to a patio. In addition, there is a bright, cheery kitchen and a 2 car garage. Two bedrooms and bath are on the second floor. In Summit and priced to sell at $219,000. Chatham office, 635-8200.

AN IDEAL COMBINATION ...preferred locatior, and sparkling condition...Colonial Split in Madison Hill Section boasts 3 bedrooms, Vh baths, 2 family rooms, fireplace, decorator appointments and sliders that open to extensive deck. See this most attractive home ready for family living today! $385,000. Chatham office, 635-8200.

WARM AND FRIENDLY Walk to schools and shopping. Move in condition. Kitchen has been remodeled and offers many conveniences. Living room with fireplace, dining room, four bedrooms and modern bath are some of its amenities. Major improvements have been done to make this home ready for you. Located in Bethlehem, PA. Offered at $88,900. Easton office. (215) 559-1868.

SAY "CHEESE"... and picture yourself in this well constructed Cape Cod, three bedrooms, I 'A baths, family room and three car garage in a very convenient area. You'll be all smiles when you see this well cared for property listed at only $129,900. In Easton. Easton office. (215) 559-1868.

Fan wood Office 201 -322-7700

TWO PLUS . ..wooded acres for country living at it's best. 5 bedrooms, 2'/i bath Colonial with fireplaces in panelled family room, living room and basement. New kitchen with custom cherry cabinets, den with bay window, arched entranceways to all areas on first floor. Offered at $499,000 in Scotch Plains. Call Fanwood office, 322-7700.

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WHAT DOES CHANNEL- HAVE IN STORE FOR ME? Lots of friendly, knowledgeable salespeople fo help you plan and choose the proper selection for your protects. We'll help you get your purchases lor the home. Make it easy on yourself, come to Channel'. We're here to help. WHERE CAN I GET EXPERT ADVICE? CALL DR. WALLV, THE CHANNEL • HOME DOCTOR. He's at your service every business day. Reach him on our In-store, Or. Wally hotline or call from your home toll-free. Dial 1-800-C-HA-N-N-E-L. HOW ELSE CAN YOU MAKE MY PROJECTS EASIER? WE OFFER MANY FREE SERVICES! Including FREE cutting of electrical wire, screening, glass, window shades, lumber and plywood. CAN I RETURN MY PURCHASE? Of course, we stand behind every purchase with a "No Hassle Return" policy. If you don't like it, simply bring It back, and we'll replace It or refund your money with a smile. CUSTOMER SERVICE IS GUARANTEED AT CHANNEL* HOME CENTERS. 'Rtiund policy poattd In ttores

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