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TUESDAY, AUGUST 13, 1985
Japanese jumbo jet
down, 524 aboard
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Japan Air Crash
The Associated Press
KITA-AKAMURA, Japan - A
Japanese jumbo jet packed with
524 people crashed In rugged
mountains of central Japan yesterday. Police said at least (our
people survived, but It was believed the worst single-plane crash
in history.
Television networks showed pictures of a young girl and an older
woman on stretchers, battered and
bandaged. One network, Fuji Television, identified them as Mrs.
Hlroko Yoshizaki, 35, and her
daughter, Mlchiko Yoshizaki, 8. It
said the other survivors were a
man and a woman, both unidentified.
Nagano prefectural (state)
police also were quoted as saying
at least four people survived.
Three dozen helicopter-borne
troops made a rope descent into
steep, thickly forested mountain
country this morning to reach the
wreckage of the Japan Air Lines
Boeing 747.
The jetliner crashed on a
domestic flight from Tokyo to
Osaka. The pilot, Masami
Takahama, 49, had reported a door
was broken, that he was fighting
for control and would try an
emergency landing.
Hiroshi Ochiai, a Self Defense
Force spokesman, earlier said
initial reports from the crash site,
at about 9,000 feet, indicated no
survivors among the 509 passengers and 15 crew members aboard.
JAL spokesman Geoffrey Tudor
said two Americans were on the
flOO TO COURT — Former Tulane
basketball player John "Hot Rod"
Williams walks to court with his
attorney in New Orleans yesterday
Williams is charged with two counts
of sports bribery and three counts of
conspiracy to commit sports bribery
THE REGISTER/CAROLINE E. COUIQ
SUNNY WEATHER - Emily Burns, 4, Rumson, gives Dana
Haug, also 4, a push at Marine Park, Red Bank. The two are
part of the Day Care Center affiliated with Riverview Medical
Center.
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with a black South African leader and
pledges to use Israel's connections
with the white-ruled government to
urge an end to apartheid.
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New evidence
A historian says he has discovered a
document that will help New Jersey
officials in their lawsuit seeking to
wrest sovereignty over Liberty and
Ellis islands away from New York.
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LIFESTYLE
ABERDEEN - The Matawan Regional
Teachers Association may seek legal action
to force administrators and the Board of
Education to clow Strathmore Elementary
School by Sept. 1
Marie Panos, association president, is
calling for drastic measures — she claims
the school's teachers and students have been
expofed to a high risk of cancer.
Panos has asked the board and administrators to shut down Strathmore School,
transfer students and staff to the now-closed
Cambridge Park Elementary School, and
see that the district gets a commitment
from the state Department of Health that an
environmental study of the school will be
conducted.
Even in the late afternoon, It was still
sweltering Sunday, but that didn't
affect the turnout at the Rhapsody on
the Navesink cocktail party at the
home of John and Mary Tsaklris. In
fact, the party to benefit the Pollak
Psychiatric Clinic at Monmouth
Medical Center was a huge success,
according to Pollak Auxiliary
President Stella Farrell of Deal.
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MIDDLETOWN - Amy Rivera
was only six months pregnant
when she fell on her bed on July
22, lay back and knew her baby
was coming.
Her husband, Joseph, was frantic. He called the police, and when
two patrol c a n pulled up their
driveway at the Thousand Oaks
apartment complex, "he ran out
the door and yelled the baby was
coming," according to police.
Moments later, Atlantic Highlands Patrolman Brian Lang
caught the 2 lb. 10W oz. baby girl
as she was born, and Middletown
Patrolman Daniel Murdoch III
cleared the newbom's nose and
mouth with his mouth.
Now, w e e k s l a t e r , the
premature baby, Melinda Rivera,
la lying In an intensive care
nursery at Monmouth Medical
Center, and according to her
nurse, the It doing well. Her
condition it stable.
Murdoch said he did not have an
aspirator — a syringe with a
rubber bulb on the end used to
clear breathing passages in newboms. The Rivera infant's note
and mouth were too small to clear
them by sucking through a gauze
pad — a standard technique If an
aspirator Isn't available.
When Lang and Murdoch arrived
the day Melinda was born, the top
of her head was barely visible. The
officers calmed the couple, and got
down to business. At first, they
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At a board meeting July 31, Panos
revealed that the MRTA, tke board and
administrators had been privately discussing the alleged cancer risk for more than a
year.
At least 25 teachers in the district have
contracted cancer in the past 20 years — 22
of them taught at the Strathmore School at
one time or another, Panos said at that
meeting.
Irving Hurwitz, board president, yesterday declined comment on Panos' threat, but
said neither the board nor Panos are
knowledgable on whether a study should be
taken. He said he personally does not know
of any evidence that warrants a study
However, Dr Kenneth Hall, district
superintendent, said he is to meet with
officials from the health department by the
end of this week to discuss the matter
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passenger list. They were identified as Edward Anderson, believed to be 48, and Michael
Hanson, 40, both employees of
Stearns Catalytic Co., of Denver,
Colo. Neil McLagan, a Stearns
vice president, confirmed
Anderson and Hanson were on the
airplane
The jetliner crashed at about
6:54 p.m. (5:54 a.m. EDT), on the
north side of Mount Ogura. a 8,929foot peak about 50 miles from
Yokota and 70 miles northwest of
Tokyo.
The site is in a remote area in
a range known as the Japan Alps.
The only roads in the region follow
river valleys that cut through
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HEALTH RISK CHARGED — The Matawan Regional Teachers Association
contends the teachers and students at Strathmore Elementary School in Aberdeen
have been exposed to a high risk of cancer.
Two patrolmen deliver
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yesterday in mountainous country after reporting that it had
problems with a cabin door and was going to make an emergency
landing.
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didn't have to do much. "The baby
shot out. It Just exploded, '
Murdoch said. Mrs. Rivera noted
that the whole thing happened so
quickly, she felt no labor pains.
Lang said he caught the baby and
wrapped It In a towel.
They pinched the newborn to
start her breathing — "and then
we both breathed a sigh of relief,"
Murdoch said After that, be and
Lang "cleaned the baby up a bit."
Later, a county paramedic unit
arrived and cut the baby's umbilical cord, police said.
Mr. Rivera was awed by the
police officers' work. "They acted
like they were doing it twice a day
for all their lives. They were so
cool about It," he said.
But Murdoch and Lang both said
Melinda wat their first. Murdoch
said he learned how to deliver
babies at the Monmouth County
Police Academy, which offered
police trainees one week of first
aid training.
He said he remembered his
training when be attended Mrs.
Rivera. "It was amazing. It ran
right through my head," he said.
Murdoch has been a policeman for
five years.
He said he was glad to know he
could deliver a baby If be had to.
but noted, "I don't want it to
happen again."
Mrs. Rivera said she was happy
with the police work. Of Murdoch
she said, "He never left me. He
was right there betide me —
always talking to me." Mr. Rivera
noted that after the baby was born,
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DAY'S WORK — Patrolmen
Daniel Murdoch, above, and
Brian Lang delivered Melinda
Rivera at her parents' home.
Lang called for first aid help while
Murdoch stayed with his wife.
Leonardo First Aid transported
the Infant to Riverview Hospital,
and Atlantic Highlands First Aid
took the mother. The infant was
then taken to Monmouth Medical
Center, Long Branch, because the
Riveras maintain that hospital has
excellent facilities for taking care
of premature babies in its Intensive Care Nursery.
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MIDDLETOWN - A 154-foot
tall water tower rising on the
Chapel Hill skyline isn't exactly
what residents of that neighborhood want to see, but the
company that wants to build it
says it would be there for their
own good.
Monmouth consolidated Water
Company plans to build the tower
on a hill off Monmouth Avenue
because Chapel Hill homes and
fire hydrants don't get enough
water pressure, according to William Pierce, assistant manager of
the water company.
A number of residents are
preparing to lobby against the
proposal at a Board of Adjustment
meeting Monday, according to
Elizabeth Scudder, Browns Dock
Road. But because so many hearings are scheduled for Monday, the
tower issue will almost definitely
be postponed until the board's
September meeting or a special
meeting in coming weeks, according to Faith Hahn, from the
township Planning Department.
She noted that the tower's height
would be equivalent to 13 to 15
stories — nearly five times taller
than the average home in the
neighborhood. Monmouth Consolidated has to get permission
from the zoning board to build
higher than 35 feet, the maximum
allowable height in that area,
according to Hahn.
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Pierce said that except for the
height, the tower's design is
identical to the ball-shaped tower
on stilts off Route 36 near
Hartshome Woods. Both can hold
300,000 gallons of water, but the
Chapel illl tower will be almost
twice i i tall, he said.
Pier.e said the company looked
for other sites, but found that the
Chapel Hill site, on a tract now
owned by Walter Anderson, was
the only reasonable location for
the tower.
He said if the tower were
shorter, the water pressure to the
surrounding area would not be
enough.
At first Anderson did not want to
sell his land, but he changed his
mind after water company officials explained their view of the
need for a tank, Pierce said. He
noted that the water company has
a contract with Anderson to buy
the land, which is contingent on
Monmouth Consolidated getting all
the approvals it needs to build the
tower.
Water company officials also
explained to Anderson that they
could acquire the property by
condemnation if need be, according to fierce. He said the state
Board of Public Utilities would
grant the company permission to
condemn the land if the company
"exhausted all reasonable alternatives," and according to Pierce, it
has.
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New laase on life
NEW YORK (API - Despite
losing both breasts to cancer (our
months ago, actress Ann Jillian says
she thinks she still can play nearly
any role in show business
"If I want to play a sexy role, I'll
play a sexy role," Miss Jillian, 35,
told People magazine in an interview
in its Aug 19 edition.
Miss Jillian, a star of the 1979
Broadway production of "Sugar
Babies" and television's "Jennifer
Slept Here," said that after she
became concerned about her health
she got opinions from two doctors,
both of whom recommended immediate removal of both breasts.
Before the April 11 surgery, she
said, "I would stand in front of the
mirror, look at myself and cry."
But after the surgery, she awakened the next morning and saw the
Hollywood sign atop the neerby
Hollywood Hills "And since I wasn't
flying over it, I knew that I really
was alive. I looked down at my
chest, and though it was a little
flatter than before, I heaved a sigh
of relief."
"I cannot understand why someone would not choose life over the
loss of a breast. ... Life is worth it."
Capra hospitalized
RANCHO MIRAGE, Calif. (AP)
- Film director Frank Capra, 88. a
three-time Academy Award winner,
has been hospitalized at Eisenhower
Medical Center for treatment of an
undetermined ailment
"He's being worked up to find out
exactly what's going on," nursing
supervisor Gerri Chaney said Monday "Right now his condition is
fair "
She said Capra was taken to the
hospital in this town east of Palm
Springs by ambulance Sunday afternoon. "He showed some signs of
weakness," Ms. Chaney said, but
declined to give any more details.
Capra wrote 26 Mack Sennett
comedies before directing or producing more than two dozen films and
documentaries. He earned Best Picture Oscars for "It Happened One
Night" in 1934 and "You Can't Take
It With You" in 1938 He won a Best
Director Oscar for "Mr Deeds Goes
ToTown"inl936
He's still the same
CHICAGO (AP) - Mike Wittkowski still dresses casually, drinks
the same brand of beer, plans to
marry his longtime girlfriend and
pals around with his old buddies
But he has had to take on financial
advisers, one of the few things about
him that has changed in the year
since he won $40 million in the
Illinois Lotto Game — North America's richest single lottery prize.
"I don't need a lot to make me
happy," Wittkowski, 29, said in a
recent interview.
The jackpot is being doled out in
$2 million annual installments over
20 years, split four ways with his
brother, sister and their father.
"Most of the money is in safe,
insured investments. We're not out
to make a killing, " Wittkowski told
the Chicago Sun-Times.
The money has threatened his
privacy, but Wittkowski said he's
unchanged by the sudden wealth and
is still the same old Mike to friends
"Nobody treats me any differently,"
he said
Mike Farrell
Once a surgeon...
SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador
(AP) — Actor Mike Farrell, who
played a Korean War surgeon in
TV's "M-A-S-H," says he hopes his
weekend stint as a real surgeon's
assistant doesn't look like a publicity
ploy.
Farrell, 46, who played B.J.
Hunnicutt on the series from 1975
until it ended in 1983, donned a
surgical gown Friday to aid an
operation on a guerrilla leader in El
Salvador.
"Apparently, it was the most
important role in his life," said
Sandra Brim, a spokeswoman for a
private U.S. civic assistance group
called Medical Aid for El Salvador
She called the surgery a success
"I know this is going to look like
a stunt, but that's too bad. It isn't,"
Farrell said in an interview published in Sunday's Los Angeles Times
Farrell, who has been active in
Central America refugee work for
three years, helped Dr. Alejandro
Sanchez in restoring use of Nidia
Diaz's right hand during the 24-hour
operation.
. The neurosurgeon asked for help
just before the operation, said
Farrell, who was in San Salvador as
a representative for Amnesty International.
"He said, When I say cut, I want
you to cut When I say retract, you
retract. You know how to do that?"
Farrell recounted "He gave me a
book on tendon surgery in the car on
the way over."
Ms Diaz, a commander of the
Revolutionary Party of Central
American Workers, is being held for
trial by a military court on charges
of treason and insurrection The
operation occurred under heavy
guard
steep, densely forested mountainsides.
In Seattle, Washington, Boeing
spokesman Bill Mellon said a fivemember team of company investigators would leave Tuesday
for Japan. In Washington, DC., Ed
Pinto, a Federal Aviation Administration spokesmen, said FAA
investigators might be sent if
Japanese officials requested them.
Tudor said JAL flight 123 left
Tokyo's Haneda Airport bound for
Osaka carrying 509 passengers,
including 12 infants, and a crew of
15.
It left Haneda at 6:12 pm It had
been scheduled to leave at 6 p.m.
and to arrive at Osaka, leu than
250 miles away, at 7 p.m.
Tudor said that at 6:38 p.m., the
plane reported: "Rear 5 door
broken, making emergency descent."
Judging from the communication, he said: "It appears the
aircraft crew had difficulty controlling the aircraft."
Seiichiro Kondo, a spokesman
for Nagano state police, said 1,000
police, firefighters and Self-Defense personnel were searching for
the missing plane.
A live Japan Broadcasting Corp.
telecast from a helicopter over the
site showed pieces of still smoldering, widely scattered wreckage.
Japan Air Lines markings were
clear on some of the debris, but no
survivors or bodies could be seen.
Keizo Shimizu of the Transport
Ministry said Takahama, a veteran pilot with more than 12,000
hours flying, requested radar guidance from Tokyo air control at
8:25 p.m. while descending to
22,000 feet. Air control officials
told the plane to proceed 90
degrees east.
Takahama declared an emergency two minutes later, he said. At
6:28 p.m., traffic control told the
pilot again to fly 90 degrees east,
instead of northwest, but
Takahama only responded, "Unreliable control."
Shimizu said traffic control
asked Takahama if he could land
in Nagoya. about 186 miles west of
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New Jersey paper plant
Tower
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It is the height of the proposed
tower most residents object to,
according to Alfred Ferguson, of
Cooper Road "Everybody I've talked to feels the same way. We've all
worked very hard to keep this area
nice and not have things like water
towers sticking up in the air," he
said
But Pierce insisted that for the
residents' sake, the tower will be
necessary He said in recent years,
homes have been built at higher
elevations in the area, and that they
lack adequate fire protection and
water pressure.
He claimed that the tower will be
visible from only two or three homes
— "if they look in the right place and
if there are no leaves on the trees '
"The site we selected, unless
you're looking for this tank, you're
not going to see it," Pierce said.
LOTTERY
TRENTON - The winning
number drawn last night in New
Jersey's Pick-It Lottery was 314. A
straight bet pays $223 50, box pays
137 and pairs pay (22.
The Pick 4 number was 9193 A
straight bet pays 12,973 and box pays
$247 50
can companies," he said.
Silberman said the Chinese
purchase of the plant would represent the nation's first try at a solo
venture outside its borders. The
Chinese and an American company
already are involved jointly in an
electric fan business In Chicago
"Everything is loose," Silberman
said of packaging in China "Improved packaging would eliminate a
lot of spoilage and waste Losses
occur because the packaging is so
poor China wants to export goods,
and to do that they will have to
improve packaging '
The Chinese have been consider
ing buying an American paper plant
since 1982
NEWARK (API - The People's
Republic of China Is trying to
purchase a closed Paterson paper
mill here to help the country's Infant
packaging industry, but officials said
yesterday a company much closer to
home may get the property.
"Since the Chinese opened its
doors, it has wanted to understand
American business," said Irwin
Sllberman, the vice president of Pan
China International Inc., a New
York-based company representing
the Chinese
"They want to understand American philosophies and be able to deal
with the Americans. They also want
to create a relationship with Ameri-
School
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"We're working with the state. "
he said, but added. "We do not
believe that such a request is
warranted We believe that there is
very little valid evidence that would
warrant a study."
Margaret Conomos, a health department scientist, said last week
that the state may conduct a study
of the alleged cancer risk at
Stratomore She said such a study
likely would be performed before the
school's September opening.
Panos, in an Aug. 7 letter to
Hurwltz, asked that the board
"make immediate plans to transfer
the students and staff of the
Strathmore School to the vacant
Cambridge Park School this September," adding that the association
believe* that "a proper, unbiased,
scientific study can be completed to
assure us that the Strathmore School
is safe
Phnoa said the MRTA is demand-
ing all action by Sept 1
She expects the association's request to be met in one way or
another, saying. "Action will be
taken I am hopeful that they {board
and administration I will do it voluntarily, if not. we will take legal
action. They can t keep it under the
rug any longer "
Hall denied Panos' allegations
that the board and administration
have been hiding the alleged cancer
risk "It's just not right." he said
"It's not responsible It's a traves
ty It is absolutely and categorically
untrue "
Panos has also sent letters to Gov
Thomas H Kean. Sen Richard Van
Wagner and Assemblyman John O
Bennett asking them for assistance
in initiating a study She has also
written.to Richard Goldstein, health
department commissioner, request
ing that he meet with the MRTA to
discuss immediate action on the
matter
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Tokyo, and he said he wanted to
head back to Haneda.
At 6:46 p.m . Takahama said
"Unreliable control" or "Unable
control," Shimizu added, and when
air control asked if he wanted to
land at Haneda, he shouted, "Yes,
please proceed with that!" .
Traffic control confirmed the
plane's location as 51 miles west of
Haneda. At 6:55 pm., both Haneda
airport and Yokota Air Base gave
the plane permission for an emergency landing, Shimizu said, but
there was no further communication from the 747. Yokota is a
major American military base
about 20 miles west of Tokyo.
In 1974, the crash of a Turkish
DC-10 near Paris killed 346 people.
In 1977, the runway collision of two
747 jumbo jets killed 582 people at
Tenerlfe, in the Canary Islands.
Most aircraft are loaded to
capacity at this time of year, when
families traditionally gather at
ancestral homes to pay respects to
their ancestors.
JAL said the plane was a 747SR,
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possible survivors. Most of the
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area. Four busloads of passengers'
families left Tokyo Monday night
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names, and Tudor said there were
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LOCAL
TUESDAY, AUGUST 13, 1985
3A
Pier project hits environmental snag
Loiterer arrested at Earle
M
IDDLETOWN - An Atlantic Highlands
man who lingered by the front gate of
Naval Weapons Station Earle on Route 36
Wednesday night was arrested and charged with
possessing a small amount of cocaine and a
weapon, police said.
Earle officers called Middletown police to
report that the man, John Davis, 18, of 136 First
Ave., was talking to himself and otherwise
acting suspiciously, according to police.
Middletown dispatched an officer to the site,
who found that Davis was wearing a leather
band with metal studs - strictly speaking, a
weapon - on his right hand, and carrying a
small vial of cocaine.
Davis was arrested and released on $5,000
ball, police said.
Fire deemed 'suspicious'
|#EYPORT - Officials are Investigating a
• "suspicious" fire that was confined to the
I V a x office at Borough Hall, Main Street,
early Saturday morning.
The fire destroyed the office's street-front
plate glass window and some office furniture,
officials said. No one was hurt, they said.
The cause of the fire "is suspicious; it's of an
undetermined nature," said Robert Poling, fire
chief.
The fire was called in at 4: IS a.m. and was
under control by 4:25 a.m., Poling said.
"It (the fire) was pretty much knocked out by
the time I got there," Poling said, noting that
members of the the police department, which is
housed In the same building, began fighting the
fire Immediately
I ) KH HEFT
The Register
KEANSBURG - Plans to rebuild the
Keansburg Pier have reached a stumbling
block at the state Department of Environmental Protection.
Grand-AI Enterprises, owners of the
Keansburg Amusement Park, applied for
a permit Aug. 2 to rebuild the first 400 feet
of the original, 2,100-foot pier destroyed in
1962 by Hurricane Donna.
But state environmental policy "discourages" development of amusement
piers, parks and boardwalks when
riparian rights (water rights) are privately held, as they are in this case, said
David Charett, the project's review
officer
Riparian lands are any property that
have been washed by streams, rivers,
lakes or the ocean within the last 100
years They are generally considered to be
publicly owned, except where the title has
been deeded to a private owner.
Department policy forbids such development when the riparian rights are
public, Charett said.
Albert J. Reid, vice president of GrandAI, called the policy a "snag" and said it
has not stopped the corporation from
pursuing the permit.
"We eat discouragement for breakfast
around here," Reid said. "It's certainly
nothing new to us".
One issue Is whether the project would
be considered a repair, and thus be
permitted under the 1981 Zane law which
allows repairs if they would permit public
docking, Charett said.
Grand-AI has asked the department to
consider the project a repair.
But "the dock has been out of service
since 1962," Charett said "We have more
or less stated to them this is not a repair,
but new construction."
The Zane law, therefore, does not apply
in this case, meaning the decision to grant
a permit will be based on department
policy, Charett said
While Reid maintains the project is a
repair and should therefore be permitted,
he declined to say what course of action
he would take in pursuing the permit.
"There appears to have been a snag,
and we are pursuing the ways and means
to correct it," Reid said
A formal decision is expected in
September, and must be made 90 days
from Aug. 2, Charett said Until then,
Charett emphasized that other factors or
policies may inluence the department
Charett said concern for the economic
feasibility of rebuilding something that
was destroyed once by a hurricane is one
reason for the department policy discouraging reconstruction
But he added that other factors including the need for revitalizing the
borough's economy — may sway the final
decision in Reid's favor if the application
ends up in the courts.
"Its an interesting decision."Charett
said "If we deny the permit, they have
ten days to appeal, then there would be an
informal hearing before an administrative
law judge.
Deliberations to resume
in Veasy shooting trial
By L I U fl. KRUSE
The Register
FREEHOLD - A Superior Court jury
will resume deliberating this morning to
decide whether a convicted murderer is
also guilty of the murder of a Long Branch
apartment manager
The jury deliberated for l'a hours
yesterday before being sent home for the
evening by Superior Court Judge Michael
D. Farren The jury is to decide whether
Ronald Bunting, formerly of Asbury Park,
is guilty of murder, felony murder, armed
robbery and two unlawful weapons possession charges in the Dec 1, 1981
Mayor Richard Bergen said he was concerned
about the safety of borough records, but none
were burned. John J. Kennedy, borough administrator, said the tax office operated routinely
yesterday morning.
The Monmouth County Prosecutor's Office is
working with borough fire and police officials in
conducting the investigation
Maimone charges change
F
REEHOLD - A county grand Jury has found
no evidence of theft by Olga Maimone, as
alleged in a complaint signed by her
daughter-in-law.
Meanwhile, an assault charge filed against
John Maimone, Olga's son-in-law, was downgraded to the disorderly persons charge of
simple assault by the county prosecutor's office
The case has been returned to the Little Silver
Municipal Court for disposition
Patrolman Brian Lang
Baby
The court charges were the latest shot in the
running feud between John, his sister, Mae, and
Olga, involving the disappearance of the fortune
of Carmelo Maimone Carmelo, 79, is a one-time
millionaire who is credited with building some
75 percent of Little Silver
Two months ago, Olga filed assault charges
against John after he allegedly "smashed " her
face into a glass door
Mae. in return, filed theft charges against
Olga, alleging she took several thousand dollars
worth of items from 27 Carlisle Terrace. Little
Silver, without permission.
Municipal Court Judge Richard Roddy forwarded both complaints, which were indictable
offenses, to the county prosecutor's office
The grand jury returned a "no bill" on Olga,
which means they did not find enough evidence
of a crime to return an indictment
A disorderly persons offense of simple assault
is punishable by six months In prison and a 11,000
fine
They seek parking curbs
S
HREWSBURY - Several residents of
Henry Street last night told the Borough
Council that business parking is mining
their street.
The cars, say residents, belong to employees
of Newman Springs Road car dealerships and
are overburdening the street and creating a
safety hazard
"These people, they park their cars there,
throw ashes from ash trays out the window,"
said Al Hancher "Why do we have to provide
a free parking lot for the help of auto
dealerships?"
In addition, he said, dealership employees use
Henry Street to test brakes on new cars, often
speeding In a residential area with no speed
limit.
Others, said resident Charles Feitt, continually use private driveways as turn arounds.
To alleviate the problem, the council accepted
Handler's reccomendatlon to draft an ordinance
limiting parking to one-hour between 1 a.m. and
5 p.m. Monday through Friday, excluding 150feet adjacent to the Volvo dealership.
"A time limit is the answer," said Hancher.
"I think it will eliminate people parking all
day."
The council also authorized Councilman Louis
G. Ferraro to meet with the police commissioner to discuss posting a speed limit or
signs warning of children's presence to deter
speeding.
Borough truck damaged
F
AIR HAVEN - Borough Councilman Wlllard
Harrison said last night that monthly
cleanup throughout the borough has been
delayed because the Public Works Department
had discovered hairline cracks around the wheel
supports of its largest garbage truck.
Harrison said the truck, a 7-year-old vehicle,
has been taken off the streets because department supervisors considered the cracks dangerous. He said that the vehicle had reportedly been
the subject of a recall by Its manufacturer,
Lodal, Inc., for the same defect within the past
year, but the borough had not heard of the recall
until It called LoDal about the cracks last week.
Officials of the company will arrive next week
to inspect the vehicle, Harrison said.
NEWBORN — Amy and Joseph Riviera cradle their infant daughter Melmda
at Monmouth Medical Center, Long Branch.
Reid's long-range plans include complete reconstruction of the pier, including
boat slips, a restaurant, and fishing and
boating concessions.
"There's no question there is a need for
marina space in the Raritan Bay,"
Charett said "The question is where you
want to put it."
Continued from Page 1A
Murdoch said he has gotten a little
teasing about the incident Before they
knew the newborn was a girl, his fellow
policemen said they hoped the parents
would name it after Murdoch
He said what he and Lang did is not
unusual "A lot of guys have delivered
babies, " Murdoch said Patrolman
Robert Murphy said a number of
Middletown police officers, including
himself, have delivered babies during
their careers "It's just part of our
job." he said Officers couldn't give
exact figures because there are no
records of babies delivered by police
"We don't keep track, " Murphy said
He added - "Ninety percent of our job
doesn't have to do with crime It's
community service "
- In Atlantic Highlands, at least one
other police officer — Patrolman
Thomas Wenzel — delivered a baby,
according to Murdoch He said it
happened in a patrol car on the way to
the hospital on Wenzel's first or second
day out of the police academy
Murdoch, who was a police officer in
Atlantic Highlands for several years,
said he has worked with both Wenzel
and Lang
Melinda is now on a respirator She
is also hooked up to a machine that
continuously monitors her heartbeat,
and she is being fed intravenously with ,
a compound aimed to help her gain
weight She lost a few ounces since she
was born, typical for newborns and
even more so for premature babies,
hospital officials said
The Riveras visit their baby every
day a( Monmouth Medical, where
parents have around-the-clock visiting
rights
shooting death of Louis W. Veasy
The jury will hear readbacks of three
pieces of testimony given by John Lee
Neal, also formerly of Asbury Park, when
court begins today. Neal, who was
convicted of two counts of sexual assault
and armed robbery, testified that Bunting
asked him to help commit the robbery of
Veasy. and later confessed shooting Veas\
to him.
The defense rested yesterday without
presenting any witnesses Farren delayed
the trial for two hours to allow the
witnesses to arrive, but they never came
and summations began.
In his summation, defense attorney Jor
Steiger highlighted that the alleged
murder weapon was recovered from
Anthony Binn in Manhattan, when Binr
and Bunting were arrested in January I9K
for a murder committed earlier that
month.
The weapon the state asks you t(
conclude is the murder weapon
was
found in the possession of Anthony Binn,'
Steiger said And the most significant
evidence are the three 45-caliber shell
casings recovered the basement that do
not match the gun
""That tells us there's another 45
caliber weapon fired from that shooting
range," Steiger said.
Steiger told the jury that it was possibU
the second 45-caliber gun was the one
owned by Bunting, and that the murder
weapon was owned by Binn
Steiger also attacked the credibility o:
Neal. the state's main witness agains
Bunting Steiger said Neal was looking U
reduce his sentence of 36 years, with I
minimum of 18 years for parole b\
currying favor" with the prosecutor"!
office
•J •
But in his summation. Assistant Pros
ecutor Francis J Gilbertson, told the jur\
it w a s the facts, and not persuasion, that
would allow them to convict Bunting.
"You don't have to be persuaded that
Mr Veasy died a terrible death that night
on the stoop, Gilbertson said. "You don't
have to be persuaded that a logical thing
to do with a murder weapon is to give it
away ... God knows you don't have to be
persuaded that t h e last thing Mr Veasy
s a w w a s a gun blast' from the muzzle of
this gun on a dark rainy night on D e c . 1
1981 But Mr Veasy can't b e here to tell
you that "
Steiger had argued that Veasy. whom
witnesses said was security-conscious,
would never have opened the door to
Bunting. But Gilbertson argued that Veasy
had seen Bunting around the apartment
building, since Bunting's mother and
sisters were tenants at the complex
"When you go through all the facts, the
path of truth is going to lead right to Mr
Bunting's doorstep." Gilbertson said..
Car smashes
into house;
three injured
MIDDLETOWN - A 1967 Cadillac was
an unexpected and unwelcomed visitor a
a house at 46 Balloch Place Thursday I
knocked out the entire front wall ano
injured three residents who were sitting it.
the room, police said
Victor and Martha Simmons, and their
12-year-old son Sean, were treated foi .
,ninor injuries at Riverview Medical
Center, Red Bank, and released, accord
ing to hospital spokesman Peter Lyden
The car's driver, William Bennett, said
he was exiting his driveway when the
accelerator stuck and he could not stop the
car. police said
Mr Simmons said a window flew
through the air and threw him up against
a wall He said the chair his wife was
sitting on was broken in half
Mrs Bennet said she has bruises "all
over the place," and Is not sure how she
got them "I'm not sure whai hit me. " she
said.
Her son was hit across the chest by a
baseboard heater that was ripped off th<
wall by the car He also has a sore am
and chest. Mrs Simmons said
The car drove over the Simmons' lawn,
smashed through the wall and continued
more than nine feet into the house,
according to the police report Then
Bennett changed gears and drove right
back out. Mrs Simmons said
"He was inside and outside again in
seconds." she noted
She noted that all three spent the next
several days, including yesterday, at
home recovering The front of the den has
been boarded up she said.
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Red Bank, music shop compromise
•f TED LOUD
The Register
RED BANK - The Planning Board
decided last night that a proposed second
story addition to Jack's Music Store is in
keeping with the borough's Historic
District Ordinance.
Jack's Music, 33 Broad Street, is in an
area set aside to "preserve and promote
an older, more traditional style of
architecture," said Board Chairman Paul
Forsman.
A design for the addition, submitted last
month by architect Robert F. DeSantis.
was rejected by the board because it did
not fit in with the spirit of the ordinance.
Forsman said
But after meeting informally with the
board's attorney and engineer several
times since, DeSantis proposed a plan that
retains the late Victorian character that
the Historic District Ordinance seeks to
promote, Forsman said
The board is expected to grant site plan
Holmdel to sell historic church
I ) M i E. WWs
The Register
HOLMDEL - The historic former
Dutch Reformed Church In the village
center will be put up for sale Sept. 5, the
township committee voted last night,
The township had originally planned to
convert the 140-year-old church into a
senior/youth center and then Into a site for
theatrical productions, according to John
Wadlngton, township clerk.
However, after extensive repairs to
roofing, floors and windows, the township
committee felt "the theatrical use would
not work out," Wadlngton said.
The church, which is located on the
comer of Holmdel Road and Route 520.
was acquired by the township in 1978 after
efforts by the Holmdel Historical Society
to prevent Its demolition
Wadington said no buyer of the church,
which is on the state and national register
of historic places, can tear it down or alter
It architecturally.
James Cox, a committeman who voted
against the resolution for the sale, said
"This is a piece of property that the town
should have for its own use. It's a beautiful
landmark," he said.
Although not a stipulation of the sale
resolution, several committee members
noted that they would not accept any bids
for the property under $200,000
approval for the project Aug. 23. Forsman
said. No one spoke against the project
John B AndersoTi, the store's owner,
said the addition would be used to sell
musical instruments and electronic equipment The store is primarily a record
shop, but Anderson said he plans to
convert the sale of instruments into a
major part of his operations.
Anderson said he hoped to complete the
expansion before the Christmas buying
season
The historic zone includes buildings on
or adjacent to Broad Street and extends
from Linden to Monmouth Streets, Forsman said While many buildings in the
area currently do not conform to the
traditional brick or stone design that the
ordinance seeks to promote, Forsman said
any future development or expansion
projects in the area will have to be
compatible with the ordinance
The first story is adjacent to the Wilde
Building, constructed in 1874. and part of
the music store spills over into the historic
structure, DeSantis said The second and
third stories of the Wilde Building are
leased by Musicians Studio. Anderson
said. He said he renovated the Wilde
Building three years ago
DeSantis said he "borrowed ' some of
the patterns, designs and brick detailing
from those of surrounding buildings
No police charges have been filed
against Bennett, according to Mrs Simmons and Bennett
Bennett said his homeowner's insurance
would pay the Simmons' hospital bills and
home repairs
Bennet said his car was only slightly
damaged
4A
TUEKUr. AUGUST 13, 1985
The Register
In Fair Haven:
Clean homes ordinance eyed;
water shutoff set for tonight
t THOHAS
The Register
FAIR HAVEN - After more than a year of planning
and meetings, the Borough Council expects to introduce
an ordinance that requires homeowners to keep their
properties clean.
Councilman John W. Christie said at a council
meeting last night the final draft of the code is being
prepared by Borough Attorney Anthony Bruno after
some half-dozen public meetings on the proposed
ordinance over the past year by the council and the
Planning Board.
The boough already has a code for commercial
properties.
The code, which was the subject of an unprecedented
Joint meeting of the the council and the planners in
January, would impose minimum standards for
property upkeep. As originally proposed by members of
the council, the ordinance would require residents to
keep yards free of debris and maintain the appearance
of their homes and other structures on their property.
Although details of the ordinance were not complete
mm
Weiner Homei to R o u Merken. Interlaken
Court, Wyndham Place. B0.550
Frederic Fllllngham to Michael Pam. 3
Imbrook Lane. 1101.000
Wm Schwartz to U u l l Neuler, 13 Idlewlld
Lane . tW.OOO
Frederick Hill to Timothy Hijjins. 7S1
aiffwood Ave.. Hallet, ( U . H 0
Ehiabeth Byrne to Elerie Hubert. 1!
Inglewood Lane. 1100,000
Vincent Portera to Carl Kranpaiky, S
Jubilee Court. 1114.000
Louii Hankini to Joseph McDonald, lot
IdlewiW Lane, 1102,400
Robert Zurich to Leon Buerck. II Wiater
Place. 1105.000
Eugene Elcnenholu to Brian Dacoita. 66
Ayrmont Lane. 1104,000
Frank Kowalonek to John Harvey. Wellington Place, ftt.OOO.
Wendy Robinson to R Jouaneau III, Wellington Place, 966.000
Anthony McCaffrey to Dineih Joshi, 806
Randall Way. W.O0O
Bayihore Air Freight to Anthony Gaela,
Main SI 4 Garden State Parkway. Middletown
Towmhtp. sao.000
ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS
Thomas Slrano to Thomas King Jr.. 26 Lower
Prospect Road, J24O.0O0
Thomas Coffey to Thomas Hayden. 16 2nd
Ave . W.000
Charles Oliver to A Anaelmo, 12S Highland
Ave , 1120,000
Joseph Makaym Jr to Albert S c a n , i
Harborvlew Drive, 1130.000
COLTS NECK
Paul Dunn to Raymond Pohlke. 24 West
minster Drive. 1106.000
Huntlngham Inc to Mane Danieli, IS
Seedling Drive. H67.V46
Raymond Pohlke to Timothy Maronio, 17
Yellow Brook Drive, S1U.W0
George Beveridge to Anthony Scuorzo, 18
Beaver Dam Road. 1270,000
EATONTOWN
Farinella Group to Florence D e m i . 71 Oak
Lane, IW.M0
Peter Caruso to J Fitzgerald. Redfern Road.
8190.000
FAIR HAVEN
R.K Altreuler to T McDonough J r . ISO
Church St U».SO0
Jeffrey Layton to Stephen Dudick, Hance
Road, 8265.000
FREEHOLD
John Vihtellc to Wm High. 1 Berkeley Place.
8101.900
Frank Niemtzow to Interstate Motor. 55 E.
Mall) It., Englewood Cliffs. 8215.000
Earle Caller to E Lempka Jr 541 Park
Ave., 837.790
Francis Cahill to Gregg Suhl. 14 Jackson
Terrace. 8M.O00
Mihn LeWiget to James VaUnioU. 20-22
Spring St 8M,«0O
Margie Chambers to Andrew Bryant, Parker
Si Engllshtown, 820.000
FREEHOLD TOWNSHIP
1st American Title u Robert Ringdahl. 72
Campbell Drive. 8112.500
K.LE Management Co to David Cook,
Brianrood. 863,290
Eye Physicians It Surgeons Aatoc. to Main
I SUllwell. SUIlwells Corner Road. 8400,000
Colonial at Freehold to Kevin Conochan, 355
Concord Drive, 8126.4(5
Colonial at Freehold to Ursicina Vergara, 178
Waterworks Road. 8147075
Stone Hill Inc to Robert Ziarko. Stone Hill
Road. J1M.J75
Marvin Rosenberg to Kent Smith. Stonehunt, 840.000
Kre Aasoc to Kent Smith. Slonehursl.
840,000
Colonial at Freehold to Enrique Edwards.
164 Waterworks Road. 8101.770
Norman Ruskin to G. Shurawardi, 131
Princess Anne Drive. 8110,000
Paul Caciedo to Paul Elsenberg. 42 Ascot
Drive. 8121,000
Michael Vnucak to Franklin Crisp. 71
Bergenville Road. 8«6.O0O
Thomas Caahin to Paul Wolfman. Deerbrook.
Morganville. 864,500.
Colonial at Freehold to Leslie Richmond, 6M
Waterworks Road, 8108,465
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last night, Christie said the draft would be available at
Borough Hall prior to the workshop meeting, which will
be held in the library. The council has scheduled a
workshop on code Aug. 26, and expects to formally
introduce the measure Sept. 1.
In other business, Councilman C. Gary Verwilt said
the fire department is renting equipment to ensure
emergency water supplies when water mains are shut
down tonight for scheduled maintenance.
The department has secured an 8,500-gallon portable
tank that will enable it to handle any fires that might
occur during the shutdown, which will last from 11 p.m.
until 6 a.m., Verwilt said
1 M B O1T MORI 1HHI
Verwilt said all streets north of River Road between
Red Bank and Rumson will be completely without water
and the rest of the borough will experience a severe loss
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TUEHMY. AUGUST 13, 1985
STATE DIGEST
Toxic spill forces 100 to evacuate
C
AMDEN (AP) - More than
100 residents were evacuated
when 2,500 gallons of a toxic
substance spilled into the city
•ewer system yesterday after an
accident at a chemical company
authorities said
Three workers were brought to
a hospital for observation
Police Lt. Art Lewandowski
said the "extremely dangerous"
chemical poured into a (ewer
system culvert after a forkllft
truck backed into k pipe leading
to a 30,000-gallon storage tank.
The accident occurred at about 1
p.m. at H. Kohnitamm t Co.
Inc., a chemical company at
Lemuel and Lois avenues here.
A two-square-block area
around the plant was evacuated.
The substance was identified
as aniline, a colorless, oily liquid
used in making dyes, varnishes
and rocket fuel. Lewandowski
said the substance can be harmful or fatal if inhaled for a
prolonged period.
"Most of the chemical now is
In the sewer system," Lewandowski laid. He said Camden
firefighters used water to flush
the system.
The state Department of Environmental
Protection
monitored the cleanup, and representatives were at the sewage
plant to see If the toxic substance
flowed through the system.
Dr. Philip Stern, technical
director lor Kohnitamm, said
the company makes colon for
food, drugs and cosmetics
A city official, Bill Murray,
said concern focused on the
possibility that the winds would
blow the fumes toward an apartment complex and two blocks of
single family homes
Kean urged to ink divestiture bill
T
RENTON (AP) - Gov
Thomas Kean met yesterday
with a group of New Jersey
residents who support legislation
that would require the state to
withdraw investments in firms
that operate In South Africa.
Rev Paul Stagg, general secretary of the New Jersey Council
of Churches, said Kean "showed
respect for our viewpoint" during the one-hour meeting at the
governor'! Cherry Hill office.
"He wants some time to
himself to think about it," Sugg
•aid "I think the governor Is
wrestling with the issue."
Rev Leonard Bethel, chairman of the African Studies
Department at Rutgers University, said Kean gave no Indication
whether he plans to sign or veto
the bill, which was approved by
the Legislature in June.
"He seemed to be agreeable
with our position," said Bethel,
one of about IS members of the
Coalition for Divestment who
met with the governor. "He said
he would make his decision
within two weeks "
The bill would require the state
to sell off 8 billion in pension
funds invested in firms that
operate in South Africa.
"He has been meeting with
people on both sides of the issue
and has taken a strong personal
interest," said Paul Wolcott, a
spokesman for the governor.
Wolcott said be did not know
when Kean would act on the bill
5/1
Historian says discovery
puts Liberty on N.J. map
RIVER? EDGE (AP) - A historian said
yesterday he has discovered a document that will
help New Jersey officials in their lawsuit seeking
to wrest sovereignty over Liberty and Ellis
islands away from New York.
But New York officials said the document
means nothing because New York's jurisdiction
over the islands is firmly established through an
IBM blstate treaty that was passed by Congress
Under the 1834 compact, the boundary between
the two states wai set as the middle of the Hudson
River, with the island! in New Jersey's waters.
But the document granted New York administrative power over Liberty Island, home to the
Statue of Liberty, and Ellis Island, the site of the
immigration center
However, New Jersey never relinquished its
sovereignty over the two Islands In the 1834
agreement, said Clifford Harrington, an attorney
representing the New Jersey plaintiffs.
David Fishlow, a spokesman for New York
state Attorney General Robert Abrams said that
"the 1834 compact established without residual
doubt that the islands are part of the state of New
York That question has remained uncomplicated
for 150 years."
Kevin Wright, a historian for the state Division
of Parks and Forestry, said he has discovered an
1889 treaty that supersedes the 1834 pact.and
clearly gives sovereignty over the islands to New
Jersey.
The document was written by the Joint
Boundary Commission of New York and New
Jersey, which established an "absolute and
definite" boundary between the two states,
leaving both islands under New Jersey's jurisdiction, he said.
Wright said he came upon the document last
year while leafing through 1889 issues of the New
Jersey Herald.
"I didn't think it was significant until I read
about the lawsuit," said Wright, who also is a
curator at the Steuben House here.
He said he gave copies to Gov Thomas H Kean
and other officials within the last two months.
Harrington said he needed more time to study
the document before he could evaluate how it
might affect the litigation
He said U.S. District Court Judge Frederick B
Lacey, sitting in Newark, is scheduled to decide
next Monday whether the suit should be dismissed
or in which court it should be heard.
The suit was filed last November by nine New
Jersey officials, including Rep Frank Guarini, DN.J. It claims that Liberty Island and Ellis Island
belong to New Jersey and charges that New York
has become "unjustly enriched" by collecting
sales tax from tourist concessions on the islands
Government makes state N o . ! forprison
If MAN HUM
Tha Associated Press
WASHINGTON - Four month!
after word started circulating that
the government Is considering build-
ing a federal prison in New Jersey,
corrections officials here say they
still consider the slate their No. 1
choice for a new facility
And In one Cumberland County
community that appears to be at the
Cop's widow wants pension raised
T
RENTON ( A P ) - A 71-yearold widow of a retired policeman has spent nearly a year
trying to convince state officials
lt is unfair that she receives a
smaller pension than tome other
turvivon of police officers and
firefighter!.
Pauline Hueston, acting ai her
own attorney, filed a lawsuit
agalait the New Jersey Division
of Pensions last September and
has bean told the case will be
heard neit month before an
administrative law Judge in
Ocean County
Mrs. Hueston a husband,
Anthony, died in 1M6, after
retiring from the Newark police
force In I960 with » years of
service.
Under state law. she is entitled
to 8,500 a year in pension
payments from the Consolidated
Police and Firemen's Retirement System along with cost of
living benefiti, and receives a
monthly check for *M0
But Mrs Hueston argues that
some of the J.527 beneficiaries of
the retirement system get more
money to cover the coit of living.
Tile Brick Township woman
said the discrepancy flnt came
to her attention five year* ago,
when a friend whose husband had
bam • policeman received her
benefit check and it wai nearly
twice the amount of Mrs.
Huetton's.
Mrs. Hueston. who supports
herself on her husband's pension
and OS0 In Social Security benefits, satd she is pursuing her
own case because she cannot
afford to hire an attorney.
Thomai Bryan of the state
pensions division said that before
1967, all widows received the
same benefits In April of that
year, survivori began receiving
IS percent of their husband's
salaries. And there were cost-ofItving adjustments, which added
more money to the checks of
tome widows
"The only quirk in the system
is that maybe the amount going
to some of the other widows ii
too high. But there is no way that
the amount that Mrs Hueston is
receiving isn't what she's entitled to under the letter of the law
and there's no way she should be
getting'more," said Bryan
Mora state newt, page 9A
LIBERTY — Is she from Jersey''
top of the list of potential sites.
elected officials say they like the
idea.
The Federal Bureau of Prisons.
facing an increasing inmate count,
has so far focused attention on
Cumberland's Fairfield Township
and Pemberlon Township in Burlington County, near Fort Dix
"New Jersey is our first choice,
says Loy Hayes, who heads the
bureau's facilities development
division "It's a logical place, midway between Washington and New
York. Our demographics indicate
that along the eastern corridor, our
greatest number of inmates come
from that area."
The medium security facility
would hold 500 inmates and create an
estimated 225 jobs
Officials from Fairfield spent two
days in June visiting a federal prison
in Otisville, N Y , and speaking to
local residents and officials They
returned and held two public hearings on the question last month
On July 30, the township board
passed a resolution supporting con-
struction of the prison in the com
munity Fairfield Mayor Keith Gra\
predicts that on Aug 15. the county
board of freeholders will pass a
similar resolution supporting tnt
prison
"We haven't gotten that miici
opposition." says Gray "And aftet
seeing Otisville and talking to thi
people, we were assured it wasn't a
threat security-wise "
Gray concedes that a key reasm.
the idea of a prison is acceptable is
that Fairfield has a major unemploy
ment problem
Hayes said the government plan-,
to select an architect to design the
prison in two weeks The design will
allow the facility to be built at ar\
of the sites under consideration
He said officials hope to recommend a site for the prison withir
six months to Norman Carlson, (he
bureau's director, who by law will
make the final decision
The bureau also hopes to build •
second prison somewhere in Penn
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problems at the base Reports have circulated that the navy had
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Gunman dead after mosque ordeal
ARIS (AP i - Police shot and
fatally wounded a gunman
who had seriously injured
one man and held another
hostage for nearly five hours
yesterday at the Paris Mosque,
police said
The hostage escaped unharmed from the office where he
was being held within the vast
mosque complex — France's
largest — before police opened
fire, said Police Chief Alain
Cances
Canees said police fired because they considered the gunman's behavior
threatening "The gunman was hit repeatedly and died while being
taken to a hospital, other officials said
The Paris police's elite anticommando unit had surrounded
the mosque, in the Latin Quarter
P
TUESDAY. AUGUST 13, 1985
Leaders march against apartheid
on the Left Bank A state
prosecutor negotiated by phone
with the gunman, who had holed
up with his hostage inside one of
the buildings of the vast complex,
police said
Police said the man, who had
a rifle, demanded to speak with
a representative of the Algerian
Embassy. They said he also
asked that a car be brought to
take him to OrJy airport and a
plane be readied to take him to
Algiers, the Algerian capital
A mosque secretary, who
identified herself only as Ghania.
said the gunman entered the
mosque carrying a large bag She
said he asked to speak to the
mosque's chief of protocol. Hadj
el Omar.
She said the gunman then drew
a weapon from the bag and fired
when he saw police
Fiery collision spurs evacuations
ALENTINE, Ariz. (API Hundreds of people were
evacuated from three towns
in northwestern Arizona yesterday after a freight train carrying
toxic substances derailed and
caught fire, releasing clouds of
possibly poisonous smoke into
shifting winds, authorities said
U.S. Highway 66 also was
closed as a precaution after 23
railroad cars derailed and burned
between Hackbery and Valentine, about 30 miles northeast of
Kingman. Mohave County
Sheriff's Lt Clark Morrell said
Valentine and Hackberry are
located five miles apart
There were no immediate re-
V
ports of injuries, and cause of the
derailment was undetermined
Osterman and Morrell said
they were told by Sante Fe
railroad officials the train was
hauling 46 containers filled with
various hazardous chemicals, including cyanide, formaldehyde,
alcohol, ammonia and sulphuric
acid.
Sgt Allan Schmidt of the
Arizona Department of Public
Safety said he understood the fire
was releasing "some kind of
toxic fumes " but neither he nor
the other officials could say
whether the containers were
directly involved in the fire
BLESSING — Pope John Paul I celebrates mass in Bamenda,
North Cameron, yesterday.
Pope speaks on birth control, family
AOUNDE. Cameroon (API
- Pope John Paul II flew to
mountainous
western
Cameroon yesterday to preach
against birth control and urge the
predominantly Moslem and
animisi population to preserve
the traditional African extended
family.
The pope's remarks were contained in the prepared text of a
homily delivered today in
Bamenda. 162 miles north of the
capital of Yaounde
The Roman Catholic Church
has been criticized sharply in
some African and other Third
World nations for opposing birth
control as a way of curbing
population growth that is
outstripping food production
John Paul said in the homily
that Africans' "glad acceptance
of your children as Gods gift to
you stands to your glory and
Y
honor But today there is a
powerful anti-life mentality It is
more widespread in developed
nations, but it is also being
transmitted to the developing
nations as if it were the compulsory path to development and
progress"
He was expected comment last
night on the racial rioting in
South Africa, but issued a statement earlier because of the
deteriorating situation there,
said Vatican spokesman Joaquin
Navarro.
The Polish-born pope appealed
for an end to "every kind of
discrimination ' and for political
freedom for all.
He also departed from his
prepared text after Mass to
deplore again the racial bloodletting in South Africa and pray
for ap end "without delay to all
discrimination."
Weather service liable in deaths
B
OSTON lAP) - A judge
ordered the federal government yesterday to pay $1.25
million to the families of three
lobstermen who were lost at sea
during a fierce storm that the
National Weather Service failed
to predict.
The award by I'S District
Judge Joseph Tauro came eight
months after he ruled the
weather service and its parent
agency, the National Oceanic and
Atmospheric Administration,
were liable for the deaths for
failing to repair a weather buoy
for three months
He said that if the buoy's
instruments had been working it
might have helped the NWS
predict the 1980 storm that,
according to trial testimony,
produced 60-foot waves and 100
mph winds and caught the fishermen by surprise
"We're obviously disappointed
in that decision and we do not
feel that there was any negligence on the part of the National
Weather Service, " said spokesman Don Witten. "We plan no
specific changes in our operating
procedure and we definitely will
appeal
there's no question
about that."
"All I'm hoping for really is
that the judge's decision stands
and it stays the way it is because
I'm just worried that it will
happen to someone else, " said
Honour Brown Ferris, whose
husband was among the missing
lobstermen.
It's a bumper crop year, says report
ASHINGTON lAP) - The
1985 corn crop to be
harvested in the next few
months is estimated at a record
8 27 billion bushels, up 8 percent
from last year, the Agriculture
Department reported yesterday
Soybean production was estimated at 1 96 billion bushels, up
5 percent from the 1984 harvest,
and cotton output was estimated
at 13 8 million bales, a 6 percent
increase from last year s crop.
The corn figures are of special
value to domestic and foreign
W
users, and will be examined
closely for their impact on grain
and livestock markets in the
coming year.
Corn is by far the largest and
most valuable crop grown by
American farmers It provides
the basic animal feed that turns
out meat, poultry and dairy
products
The official estimate by USDA
— in this case based on field
conditions as of Aug. 1 — is
regarded as the main standard
for farmers and the industry
ASSOGIATED PRESS
LISTENING IN — Entertainer Harry Belalonte listens to a speaker
during an anti-apartheid demonstration yesterday on Capitol Hill.
Coretta Scott King, wile ol slain civil rights leader Martin Luther King
Jr., looks on. Later, the demonstrators were to march from the
Washington Monument to the State Department
Carbide execs defend
emergency procedure
INSTITUTE, W Va i API - Union
Carbide defended itself yesterday
against criticism of its emergency
notification procedures during a
poison gas leak that injured 135
people But company officials conceded that workers at first thought
the leak was not a problem.
The chemical involved in Sunday's
leak, aldicarb oxime, is considered
approximately as toxic as methyl
isocyanate, according to a company
memo, said an aide to US Rep
Henry Waxman Methyl isocyanate,
or MIC. killed more than 2.000 people
after it leaked at a Carbide plant in
Bhopal. India
Doctors said those exposed at
Institute were expected to recover
fully because of lower concentrations than the gas emitted at Bhopal
Carbide said it would investigate
the cause of Sunday's leak, while
county officials said they would
investigate the company's emergency response
"The system didn't work," said
Charjeston Mayor Mike Roark, who
joined mayors from St Albans.
Nitro, Dunbar and other communities in criticizing the warning
procedures
But Carbide officials disputed the
charges, with plant manager Hank
Karawan saying the plant's alarm
was activated within 60 seconds of
the leak's being discoverd at 9 24
a.m.
Kanawha County emergency officials were not notified until 9:44
am because, "at that time we did
not believe the emergency would
affect the community because the
cloud was hovering over the plant,"
said Karawan.
He said the community warning
whistle at the Institute fire station
was sounded shortly before 10 a m
But Emergency Broadcast System's first report wasn t broadcast
until 10 09, said Kanawha Valley
emergency services coordinator Bill
White
By that time, the stinging, white
gas cloud already was settling on
Institute, forcing the community's
3,100 residents to flee or seal
themselves inside their homes.
Thousands stayed indoors for two
hours, and more than 300 were
checked at an emergency medical
center set up two miles away. More
than 130 were treated at hospitals for
burning eyes, noses, throats and
lungs, and 13 remained hospitalized
yesterday
Doctors predicted quick recovery,
but Stanley Miller. 30, one of six
Carbide workers injured was in
serious condition yesterday with eye
injuries The rest were in satisfactory condition
Many of the injured residents said
their homes were engulfed by fumes
before they heard any warning
Teresa McGee, 21, said she began
feeling dizzy 15 minutes before she
heard a siren
"People were outside covering
their mouths," she said. "They
didn't know what was going on."
Steve Seals said he could see the
gas cloud long before he heard any
warning siren "If there had been
something out there strong enough to
kill people, I'd have been dead," he
said.
White blamed Carbide.
They didn't man their communications radio" which was set upthis spring as part of a revamped
emergency system. White said "It
was used fine in an earlier (June 271
leak, but this shift didn't use it "
Company spokesman Dick Henderson said plant workers promptly
notified the emergency services
office and recommended a first
stage alert — in which sirens warn
people to go home, shut windows and
doors and turn off air conditioners
Gov Arch Moore, a strong supporter of the chemical industry, said
he is certain Carbide will be a good
"corporate citizen" and offer a full
explanation.
Company officials believe the leak
occurred when steam was somehow
introduced into a storage tank con
taming 500 gallons of the pesticide
ingredient, but the source of the
steam has not been determined.
Karawan said
Steam would have set off a
chemical reaction capable of blowing out the three gaskets that failed
and allowed the substance to escape.
Karawan said
He said federal and state officials
were at the plant yesterday, conducting investigations
WASHINGTON
(AP)
Thousands of anti-apartheid demonstrators, led by mayors, actors and
union and civil rights leaders,
marched to the State Department
yesterday and called on the Reagan
administration to renounce its policy
of "contructive engagement" and
impose sanctions on South Africa.
The protesters carried 50 coffins
symbolizing South Africans killed in
growing violence since the whiteminority government in Pretoria
ordered a slate of emergency more
than three weeks ago.
Chanting "freedom yes, apartheid
no." they marched from the Lincoln
Memorial to the State Department,
their line stretching about two
blocks down Constitution Avenue
Among those leading the march
were Mayors Ed Koch of New York
City, Marion Barry of Washington
and Richard Hatcher of Gary, Ind ,
the Rev Jesse Jackson, Coretta
Scott King. NAACP Director Benjamin Hooks, Walter Fauntroy, the
District of Columbia s congressional
delegate, and actors Paul Newman
and Tony Randall and singer Harry
Belafonte
At the State Department, the
group sang "We Shall Not Be
Moved," then were led in prayer by
four clergymen
Apartheid destroys human digni
ty." said the Rev John Walker.
Episcopal dean of the Washington
Cathedral " I I pits race against race
and religious community against
religious community - a system
that encourages violence "
The leaders of the Free South
Africa Movement, beginning a day of
mourning and demonstration, also
urged (J.8 corporations to halt all
bUfllMM dealings with South Africa
Mayor Barry, speaking to a crowd
estimated by city police at 5.500.
urged the administration to impose
an arms embargo against South
Africa and said if that doesn t
work then we should put up a naval
blockade" to enforce the embargo
New York City Mayor F.dward
Koch, comparing oppression in South
Africa to that of Nazi Germany,
urged "every country in the world
In end relations with that nation
Whal we are seeing today in
South Africa is akin to what we saw
in 1933 in Na*i Germany.'" Koch
said "We turned a blind eye to
Germany in 1933. and it cost
thousands of lives The I' S should
unilaterally end all diplomatic and
economic relations with South
Africa unless ami until that regime
ends apartheid and martial law
against the South African people
anil then ask the I niteil Nations to
<lo Ihe same
Jackson, who sought the Demo
cratic presidential nomination last
year. said. "There is a large moral
force in the community coming
together Every moral imperative
used to withdraw the Third Reich
from Germany in 1945 should be used
COFFIN — Anti-apartheid demonstrator carries a mock coffin in
a march past the State Department yesterday.
to justify withdrawal of the Fourth
Reich from South Africa in 1985 "
Randall Robinson, leader of the
Free South Africa Movement that
sponsored the march as well as daily
protests at the South African Embassy, said, "We mourn the growing
numbers of South Africans killed and
the thousands arrested, while our
government continues to supply
weapons, computers and loans all
in the package of contructive engagement "
Both the House and Senate have
approved bills that would impose
economic sanctions against South
Africa The House approved a compromise version of the legislation
before beginning its summer recess
but the Senate has not yet passed it
President Reagan, who has long
opposed sanctions, has not said
whether he will veto the bill
See related stories,
page 7A
Mrs King, widow of the slain civil
rights leader Martin Luther King
Ir . said the actual violence in South
Africa is small compared to th«
violence of the apartheid regime
She said there is violence in poverty and exploitation There is violence
>f the human spirit and human
ligmty
Helafnnte accused the Reagan
uliiiinistr.ilKIN of being "unwilling
.o lend its power" to stop Ihe policy
if racism in South Africa
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Grappling with South Africa
Reagan eyes new approaches
By I . MEMRY NOKES
The Associated Press
WASHINGTON (AP) - The Reagan administration, aware that its
policy of "constructive engagement" is in trouble, is quietly
exploring new approaches to dealing
with the turmoil in South Africa,
spurred by congressional demands
for economic sanctions.
There already has been a sharp
increase in the administration's
public criticism of South Africa's
white supremacist policies. One
feature of constructive engagement
had been to push for change quietly
and behind-the-scenes
The White House has called for an
end to the current state of emergency, blaming the recent violence on
the Pretoria government's apartheid
practices. And yesterday it called
for a black-white dialogue leading to
"political rights, justice and
equality" for South Africa's black
majority.
It was always implicit in the
administration's policy that it was
aimed at fostering conditions leading
to political rights for South Africa's
22 million disenfranchised blacks
But the latest statement was
explicit and came against the background of increasing criticism of
US. policy among South African
blacks over the weekend
Asked whether the statement
meant backing for majority rule.
spokesman Larry Speakes said in
Santa Barbara. Calif "I think if you
see political rights, justice and
equality, then you will see the will of
the people be exercised "
Senior officials have publicly acknowledged they are conducting a
review of the situation in South
Africa, while insisting it doesn t
signal a change in policy But the
betting is that it will
Israel backing peaceful
abolition of white rule
JERUSALEM (APi - Prime
Minister Shimon Peres met with a
black South African leader yesterday and pledged to use Israel's
connections with the white-ruled
government to urge an end to
apartheid
Peres also endorsed the nonviolent approach favored by Mangosutho Buthelezi. leader of 6 million
Zulus. Buthelezi said Israel should
use her diplomatic clout to influence South Africa to move the
people towards a negotiated future
Peres told reporters Israel's objection to apartheid "goes to the
depth of our tradition, of our
conviction, and we shall surelyexpress our views in the way that is
open to us with the South African
authorities
Buthelezi's visit and a formal
condemnation of apartheid on Sunday by Peres Cabinet appeared
aimed at countering Israel's reputation as an ally of the South African
government
Peres made the unusual gesture of
escorting Buthelezi to his limousine
where he again condemned any
degree of discrimination, either in
South Africa or against Arabs in
Israel
A Peres aide said the prime
minister offered to schedule another
meeting with Buthelezi at any lime
during his 12-day visit to Israel
Peres gestures were in sharp
contrast to his attitude toward South
COLLEGE BOARDS
S A T . REVIEW
African Foreign Minister R F
Botha, whom he refused to meet
when Botha came on a private visit
last November
Although the Israeli Cabinet denounced apartheid, it rejected a call
by one Cabinet minister to immediately reassess Israeli policy toward
South Africa
News Analysis
At his news conference last week.
Reagan referred to his South African
policy as "so-called constructive
engagement, " indicating even a
change in name is possible
Congressional demands for economic sanctions against South Africa
provide a convenient opportunity for
a new approach Informed congressional sources speculate Reagan
may impose some mild sanctions by
executive order, while vetoing
tougher sanctions expected to be
sent to him by Congress after the
August recess.
Robert C McFarlane. the president's national security adviser, told
South Africa's foreign minister.
R.W (Piki Botha, at a meeting in
Vienna last week that the administration is having difficulty resisting
pressures from Congress
Reagan's own feelings are unclear From all indications, the
president sees himself as a friend of
South Africa defending its actions
even when they are being denounced
by other-senior officials
Constructive engagement is defined by the administration as a
regional policy aimed at giving South
Africa secure borders so that it can
peacefuly dismantle apartheid free
from attack by black nationalist
guerrillas It was also aimed at
getting Cuban troops out of Angola
and obtaining independence for
Namibia, the South Africa-ruled
colony
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TUESDAY. AUGUST 13. 1985
OURS
More leaks from Union Carbide
U
nion Carbide, the chemical-leaking
champion of the world, is in the
news again. This time, the firm's
plant in West Virginia sprung a leak,
sending 125 people to the hospital after
they came in contact with toxic fumes.
Many will recall the last time Union
Carbide had such an experience, albeit
a much more tragic one. That was in
1984, when deadly chemicals leaked
from the company's plant in Bhopal,
India, killing more than 2,000 people.
Chances are, however, most people
aren't as familiar with Union Carbide's
sorry track record at home. Last
December, for example, the firm was
fined $55,000 for nine enviornmental
violations at its South Charleston
technical center in West Virginia.
Among the violations was illegal
storage of hazardous waste.
At the time, Union Carbide officials
acted as if they were truly concerned
about those offenses. They even went so
far as to pay a visit to the West
Virginia's hazardous waste coordinator
to acknowledge their problems and
explain how they intended to correct
them.
That, of course, was eight months
ago. If Sunday's misfortune is any
indication of how Union Carbide goes
about correcting its problems, heaven
help us all.
An idea whose time has come
H
ere's a proposal for dealing with the
drunken driving problem: Time
cards.
That's right, time cards - like the
ones employees use in supermarkets
and factories.
Medical experts say most people can
handle one alcoholic drink an hour
without becoming intoxicated or impaired in any way. So let's just make
sure that nobody who imbibes in a
public watering hole, has more than
one drink per hour.
It would work this way: Anyone
entering a bar would be handed a "time
card." Each time the patron is served
a drink, the bartender would stamp the
time on the card. No one would be
served another drink until the card
showed that at least one hour had
passed since the last one.
The bartender would put a special
stamp on the card if a customer
ordered a double — and that would
mean no more drinks for at least two
hours.
Fools who are determined to drink
themselves into a coma will find a way
to do it, of course, and they'll still get
behind the wheel. But this time card
idea might help a little bit.
And when you're battling a problernv/
as big as drunken driving, every little
bit helps.
OTHERS
Mt. Laurel winding down
L
itigation that began in 1971 to end
exclusionary zoning and open selfrestricting suburban communities
to low-cost housing appears at last to
be at an end. The immediate target of
the long, costly, bitter suit — Mt.
Laurel Township — has accepted a plan
that will permit construction of 950 lowcost and moderate-priced homes. All
that's necessary to close the case is
final approval by Superior Court Judge
Anthony Gibson.
The agreement includes 92 lowerincome units in a mobile home development, which was part of an earlier
forumla worked out in response to the
state Supreme Court's second Mt.
Laurel decision. The original ruling in
1975 found that the township was
abusing its zoning powers by intentionally discriminating against lowincome families.
Mt. Laurel 2, in 1983. incorporated
the court's "builder's remedy," a
strategy intended to implement the
first decision by removing zoning
barriers and facilitating construction of
low-cost housing. Because the remedy
allowed builders to construct four
regular houses for each low-cost unit,
the proposal was widely condemned as
an invitation to overbuilding and the
death of the suburbs.
-At its worst, the litigation was a
controversial chapter in state-municipal relations, running roughshod over
New Jersey's long tradition of home
rule and bulldozing into oblivion a
community's authority to determine its
makeup. The Supreme Court was
criticized for overstepping its constitutional authority by encroaching on
powers reserved exclusively for the
legislative branch of government.
As the years passed, the Department
of the Public Advocate extended the
Mt. Laurel ruling to other municipalities accused of similarly abusing
local zoning powers, an enlargement
which has triggered lawsuits in those
towns faced with implementation of the
Mt. Laurel decision.
Finally, the Legislature was unable
to stay out of the controversy. Responding to prodding by constituents,
the Governor and the courts, the
legislators passed a law intended o
defuse Mt. Laurel. The legislation gives
suburban municipalities a voice in
determining their "fair share" lowcost housing quotas and establishes a
welcome one-year moratorium on the
builder's remedy.
Mt. Laurel did not solve New
Jersey's chronic shortage of low-cost
housing, but it did make a significant
contribution to removing artificial
zoning barriers to construction.
Almost certainly, more progress
could have been made more quickly if
the Legislature had become active at
an earlier date. As it is, the legislation
that was finally enacted can be credited
with helping to hasten a satisfactory,
settlement of the Mt. Laurel Township
suit.
Newark Star-Ledger
A hair-raising issue?
I
s there hope for the millions of bald
men around the world? The Upjohn
drug company is in with a very
qualified maybe, saying that it has done
some tests with a high blood pressure
remedy called minoxidil and that it
grows hair — well, at least fuzz.
Upjohn wants the federal Food amd
Drug Administration to license the
stuff for widespread use. It'll be a while
before all the bureaucratic red tape is
cut. If it works, well great — unless
you're Kojak. But if it doesn't, the feds
should say so. Otherwise it likely would
turn into another of those snake oils
that have been used for years without
success. The purveyors get rich, and
the buyers get scalped again.
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Commission that wouldn't die
Question: Name three creatures that have
defied the natural extinction process.
Answer: The Horseshoe Crab, the Galapagos Tortoise and the California Debris
Commission.
Learned people can explain why the
Horseshoe Crab and the Galapagos Tortoise
have survived, but the longevity of the
California Debris Commission is a puzzle It
is a government entity and, as with so many
other creatures of that species, it does not
expire easily. Like the snakes down South,
you have to cut off its head and beat it with
a stick, and it still won't die until the sun goes
down.
A bureaucratic adjunct of the Army Corps
of Engineers, the California Debris Commission was created during Grover
Cleveland's second administration to regulate the hydraulic gold mining Industry.
Miners, having graduated from pans, picks
and shovels, were unearthing veins of gold by
washing down hillsides with streams of
water. The resulting debris poured Into
streams and rivers and inundated farms.
Following torrential rain storms In 1M2,
according to historians, the San Joaquin
Valley became an ocean of mud and gravel.
After three decades of lobbying, farmers
and shippers who wanted to preserve the
navigability of California's rivers won a court
battle that banned hydraulic mining. Within
10 years, the nation's gold reserves dipped
below the »!00 million mark and the "Panic
of ISM" ensued. Railroads went into receivership; 600 banks folded; and 15,000other
commercial houses went broke.
Congress leaped to the rescue and created
the California Debris Commission to resutcl-
Jack Anderson
tate and regulate the gold mining Industry.
The three commissioners, all high-ranking
officers from the Army Corps of Engineers,
began issuing mining permits and requiring
the construction of dams and stone walls to
contain the debris
The commissioners got no salary (other
than their Army pay), required no staff, had
no office and no stationery In 92 years, their
expenditures totaled only 13 million, or about
180 million, depending on how the figures are
Interpreted.
But hydraulic gold mining is a practice of
the past and has been for 30 years or more
The commission's powers were considerably
diminished by flood control and clean water
legislation. During the 1970s. It had only one
mining permit on file. The wording of its
annual report hasn't changed significantly
since 1982 It hasn't spent a dime for 20 years.
"It's kind of unique," said Mike Helm,
chief of operations for the Sacramento
district of the Army Engineers, "that you've
got a commission that is no burden on the
taxpayers whatever."
When Gen. Paul Kavanaugh became chief
engineer for the Sacramento district in 1878,
he automatically became a commissioner
"Somebody informed me I was a member of
the California Debris Commission," he told
our reporter Kenneth Reid, "and I thought I
was going to be a glorified junk man."
A wise person, Kavanaugh convened the
commission and recommended It vote to
dissolve Itself. The notion carried, and a
historian, Joseph Hagwood, was chosen to
chronicle the commission's achievements.
The recommendation for abolishment
slowly climbed the Army chain of command
and finally, in February IMS, the Army asked
Congress to close the coffin lid over the
commission
The requisite language was Inserted into a
massive water bill, which was approved by
the House Public Works and Transportation
Committee this month. A Congresaioaal
source said It has to be considered by four
other committees before It hits the House
floor, tome day this fall
Even then, the critter probably won't die
until the sun goes down.
APRICOTS A PLENTY: The Agriculture
Department Is considering the purchase of
500.000 cases of apricot Juice, on top of the
400,000 cases of canned apricots It has
already purchased
Prayers for and against tourists
According to the Times of London, the
Greek Orthodox Church issued a new prayer
asking the Lord to protect the Greek people
from tourists The prayer, which is to be said
by monks and nuns every morning and every
evening, goes like this:
"Lord Jesus Christ, Son of God, have
mercy on the cities, the islands, and the
villages of our Orthodox fatherland, as well
as the holy monasteries, which are scourged
by the worldly touristic wave.
"Grace us with a solution to this dramatic
problem and protect our brethren who are
surely tried by the modernistic spirit of these
contemporary Western invaders."
Now it's only fair if the monks and nuns
are beseeching the Lord with antitourist
prayers that the tourists get equal time. So
I have written a prayer for tourists which
they must recite when they get up In the
morning and go to bed at night.
It goes like this:
"Heavenly Father, look down on us your
humble obedient tourist servants who are
doomed to travel this earth, taking photographs, mailing postcards, buying souvenirs
and walking about in drip-dry underwear.
"We beseech you, O Lord, to see that our
luggage is not lost and our overweight
baggage goes unnoticed.
"Protect us from surly and unscrupulous
taxi drivers, avaricious porters, and unlicensed English-speaking guides.
"Give us this day divine guidance in the
selection of our hotels that we may find our
us for what we are and not for what we can
contribute to their worldly goods.
"Grant us the strength to visit the
museums, the cathedrals, the palaces, and
the castles listed as 'musts' In the guidebooks
"And If perchance we skip a historic
monument to take a nap after lunch, have
mercy on us, for our flesh Is weak."
(This part of the prayer is for husbands.)
"Dear God, keep our wives from shopping
sprees and protect them from bargains they
reservations honored, our rooms made up, don't need or can't afford. Lead them not Into
and hot water running from the faucets (If it temptation, for they know not what they do."
Is at all possible)
(This part of the prayer Is for wives.)
"Almighty Father, keep our husbands from
"We pray that the telephones work and
looking
at foreign women and comparing
that the operators speak our tongue and that
there is no mail waiting from our children them to us.
"Save them from making, fools of themselves in cafes and nightclubs. Above all,
which would force us to cancel the rest of our
please do not forgive them their trespasses.
trip.
for they know exactly what they do."
"Lead us, dear Lord, to good inexpensive
(Together.) "And when our voyage Is over,
restaurants where the food is superb, the
and we return to our loved ones, grant us the
waiters friendly, and the wine included in the
favor of finding someone who will look at oar
price of the meal.
borne movies and listen to our stories, so our
"Give us the wisdom to tip correctly in
lives as tourists will not have been In vain.
currencies we do not understand. Forgive us
"This we ask you in the Name of Conrad
for undertipplng out of ignorance and
Hilton, Thomas Cook and the American
overtlpplng out of fear. Make the natives love
Express. Amen."
Art Buchwald
Battleships are big bargains
WASHINGTON - When it becomes operational in 1989, the battleship Wisconsin will
make its home port in Corpus Christi, Texas.
That announcement a few days ago from
Navy Secretary John Lehman was good news
from Galveston to Brownsville, but the
pleasant thing about Lehman's rebirth of the
battleship is that the program is good news
all around.
The Wisconsin will be the fourth and last'
of the big ships to be taken from mothballs
and returned to duty at sea. The New Jersey,
based in Long Beach, Calif., came on line two
years ago. The Iowa, which temporarily is in
Norfolk, Va., came next. The Missouri will
join the Pacific fleet toward the end of this
year and will work out of its home port at
Treasure Island, San Francisco.
The taxpayers have become so inured to
the astronomical costs of defense that they
should welcome the story of Lehman's broadbeamed babies. The four battleships will
average something in the neighborhood of
M00 million each. That Is less per ship than
the cost of a new frigate. It is like getting a
low-mileage used car with no wear on the
tires.
In return for its $400 million, the Navy gets
a mighty platform for the kind of sustained
bombardment that only a big ship can
deliver. Each of the ships is fitted with the
latest state of the art In missiles and
electronic equipment. Despite the weight of
their 19-inch armor, the battleships can show
their sterns to any companion vessel. They
are formidable weapons of war.
Lehman, to put the matter mildly, is a
battleship buff. He recalls with evident
satisfaction the New Jersey's role off Beirut
at the peak of the fighting there. Parts of the
city were being systematically destroyed by
experience. British carrier aircraft repeatedly hit the airfield at Port Stanley, but they
could not stay over the target long enough to
knock out the field. This Is not to denigrate
the awesome power and versatility of today's
manned aircraft with their "smart bombs,"
but an A-f Intruder carries a normal bomb
load that Is equivalent to only five rounds
from a battleship - and It costs $1 million to
train a pilot to fly it.
When the Wisconsin Joins the Atlantic fled
artillery from the hills to the east. The New four years hence, it will just about complete
Jersey opened fire with her 15-inch guns.
the restoration of our naval presence In UM
Though It was Impossible to correct aim Gulf of Mexico. The city of Corpus Christi
through spotters (ground coordinates had to will get the Wisconsin, with its crew of 1,100,
be used), the ship delivered 301 rounds before along with the training carrier Lexington and
retiring. Each round weighs 2,250 pounds. several other ships. Other Gulf ports Says Lehman: "The artillery stopped."
Pensacola, Mobile, Pascagoula, Galveston,
For such a purpose, nothing beats a New Orleans and Lake Charles - will also
battleship. During World War II, our carrier have a piece of the home port action.
aircraft repeatedly bombed the Japanese
The benefits are substantial. Lehman's
base on Tnik. Great damage was done, but advisers estimate that the Corpus Christi
the base stayed operable. By contrast, when area will see an economic impact of $500
seven battleships went to work off Kwajalein million a year once the plan is fully
on Jan. 31,1*44, their effectiveness could not developed. Twenty-nine ships, all told, will be
be doubted. By that evening, according to engaged In surface operations out of the Gulf
historian Samuel Eliot Morison, the bom- area. They represent a bonanza for
bardment had killed possibly half the merchants and builders. The Navy inJapanese defenders. Hardly a tree was left vestigated 16 sites for the Wisconsin's home
standing on what had been a pretty wooded port and narrowed the list to six, but it was
Island. Only 37] of 41,000 U.S. troops no contest. The state of Texas put up OS
committed to the Kwajalein operation were million and the taxpayers of Corpus Christi
killed. The Japanese lost 7,870 men out of
committed themselves to an additional I B
8,675.
million In bonds. It was "by far the most
Lessons of the more recent war of the attractive choice," says Lehman. "We got a
Falkland Islands confirmed the Pacific bargain." The whole nation will share it.
James Kilpatrick
TUOMY. AUGUST 13, 1985
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9A
Margaret Reid
Margaret Reid, 84, of Red Bank,
died yesterday in the Red Bank
Convalescent Center.
Born in County Clare, Ireland,
Mr. Reid had lived In Brooklyn,
N Y , before moving to Red Bank
five yean ago.
Robert P. Warrington, 67, of She was a communicant of St.
Neptune, died yesterday In theJames Roman Catholic Church, Red
Jertey Shore Medical Center, Nep- Bank.
Her husband, William Reid, died
tune.
Born In Acconuck County, Va , in 1965
Surviving
are a son, John Reid of
Mr. Warrington resided in Freehold
(or M yean before moving to Little Silver; a brother, John
O'Loughlin of Ireland; and seven
Neptune 14 yean ago.
Mr. Warrington was a mason with grandchildren.
The John E. Day Funeral Home,
Bricklayers and Allied Craftsmen
Red Bank, Is In charge of arrangeUnion Local No. 8, Neptune.
He was a U.S. Army veteran of ments.
World War I I
His wife, Marguerite Valentine
Warrington, died in 1V70.
Surviving are a son, Robert D.
Warrington of Freehold; a sister,
Delia Hamilton of New York City;
and a grandchild.
The Freeman Funeral Home,
Freehold, Is In charge of arrangements
Robert F. Warrington
Burnt Fly Bog
pact ruling
1 week away?
202 P—th Note*
REID — Uargarat. « KM SaM. on Auguat 12
af John 0 lougN* Funow Maa « * a n , K
Own*. *— SMI. on Waanaaoay. 10 a m vwinoo
« » i [ « i runra Homa. M Wwniai A M , tod
C A N T E L O — MtM • Taaaa Ann DaugMar ot Mr
4 Mr* Robart CanMo of Orlando. FiorMi SWMr of
MtM DaraVty. EMn|ana and Jannrtar ot Orlando and
Mr* Mary-Kata t*t**natm of Orlando OranodauoM** ot U n Mary Oonatn ol Jartay City NJ, and
Mrs LasWha Thompson ol Datand Fla Funarai
Sarrtoa Mr Taaa* Ann,' aaa 11, of SM Harbour Rd
Ortanao. who pMNd N Q Aug. 4, iMft. wa* I N M
ThwraMy. 10 am . M M John vtamay ft C Church
witt Fathar BM Zlmboraky aMciaang A ChrtsMn
waka aarvtoa wa* haw Wadnaaday « 7 M p m at
Pin* Ca#aa Manorial CKapal Funeral Homa Inttrmam toftowad at Oaoaola Mamory Oardan* * Taai
wa* a nsWVa of Rad tank. HJ, co*wng to Onando
• ry HJ. m 1M2
I W «*• ba Mdty
y tar IMS graduating cMaa or Oak PVdga
Mtjk Sanaol. Arrangamanta by Una r
SPENCE — LanNa V . ol KM Sana, on Auguat
10. ttSS. WM at tia aNa WMarn J MilMin ill W a i n
J . M H , Oared. Maflon O Connor and Una laraan
Funaral Uaaa at •< Jamaa K Cnurcn KM SaM. on
mir
a I am VMMan at na Mm I Day
• M M Mama. • KMnMa A«a.. KM »ar*. Tyaaday
1-4 1 'torn
201 Inttomoriam
Edward W Farlay Ftnt
•GndnsMt. caring, oounoa, you ahowad •« avaty way
LO«nft, «har<ng. laughing, war* part of yew t**/y dty
«M «fy> Wyao banmd. to** md m«t you a«sjry day
Though* of you sM mm u» W4 tuaWn u« on our My
Ffom WH« Oaughtsx and QrmdcNtdran
MARLBORO - A decision on
awarding a contract for the cleanup
of Burnt Fly Bog, which was
expected last night, was delayed at
least a week, according to a Township Councllwoman.
Township Councllwoman Sally
A HELPING HAND — Bob Anderson holds a check for $10,000
Mollica, who also chain the Burnt
from Bruce Springsteen, who donated the money before his concert
Fly Bog Citizens Advisory Commitin Pittsburgh Sunday. The workers behind Anderson are from the
tee, said a decision has been delayed
on whether the state Department of
Environmental Protection IDEPI
should honor a letter of intent it gave
to the E.E. Cnu Co., of Red Bank.
in April saying it won the It million
Jersey Avenue.
cleanup contract.
UNION BEACH - The deal may
But because the utility officials
The award has been challenged by
have changed, but the Borough have not determined that they own
at least two competing firms
Council is still considering providing the land on Dock and Front streets,
The state Treasury Department,
boaters with a boat ramp to Raritan the Borough Council agreed to allow
which rules on contested contract
Bay
the company to make an offer for the
awards by all state agencies, has
The Borough Council last night 17 acre tract between Jersey Avextended the deadline for a decision
agreed
to
accept
an
offer
from
enue
and the railroad tracks, accordon the contract an extra week,
Jersey Central Power and Light Co
ing to Councilman Frank W DiCicMollica said. That decision was to
to purchase a borough-owned lot on ca
have been made Friday
DEP spokeswoman Janice
Haverson was unavailable for com247 R»fllOfla)l NQttCM
ZU Marlboro
ment yesterday and did not return
ai tna offtcaa of tha Manaaquan
PUBLIC N O T K I
Rlv«r
•.•atonal
5swa<ag«
calls to her Trenton office
Purauant IO tha raquJramanta Authority. Kavwia Bridga Road,
of lha Marlboro TownaMp ZonCleanup wort has been stalled since 225 Fr..hold Township
Howall. Naw J«Kaay. on August
ing Board Nottca la naraby o>var
22. 1 M B . at to 00 a m prevailing
last September
NOTICI Of DCCftlON
i M I w i A u f l u i l T , IMSrnafoHowDm*, tt which Urn* and piaca
Union Beach boat ramp considered
Nottc* It haxaby grvtjn thai •( a
pubUc rr>«Mt)ng ot th« f'mtvMtS
TowntMp Planning Board h«td
on Auguat 1. I M S th* Minor
SubdrvTwor application ol Vittori* Saiwm. NtcrtoiM S
and Catrwin* Sahmm
two lot tubdrvt
BRIDGE ADVICE
Since the players didn't see all 52
cards during the 1988 world championship, one of them muffed today's contract
At both tables of the match
between France and the United
State* the contract and the opening
lead were the same. East took the
ace of hearts and led a heart to the
king. Each declarer ran the clubs
and led a spade to the king. At each
table West played the queen of
a suit of four or more cards. You
count 6 points in high cards and 2
points for the doubletons. If partner
has minimum values for his double,
he will pass; and you should be
quite safe at two hearts
South dealer
Both sides vulnerable
NORTH
• K85
OKJ762
When declarer next returned a
• J82
spade from dummy, he had a
WEST
problem.
• QJ
FATAL KINCSSX
9J98432
U.S. expert George Rapee fiOQ3
nessed with the ten of spades,
• 543
whereupon West took the Jack of
SOUTH
spades and a million hearts.
Gerard Deirouaseaux. playing
for France, had seen Bast discard
three diamonds on the dubs. If
West had started with the singleton queen of spades. East would
have held five spades to the Jack
and would have discarded one
spade before doing anything els*.
Since East hadn't discarded a
spade, Dearouaseaux read the actual spade position and put up the ace
of spades.
DAILY QUESTION
Wax
Pass
Pass
Pan
puMK inapactton at Vta offtoa of tna undar•ignad. m ma Municipal Building Municipal Pitta - $c*ar»cn
*x>ad Fraanoid Townanip. Haw
J«riay
O a W A*jguat i. i t M
JtANETTE HARRINGTON
Admintatratlv* Ofnoa*
To«wnarvip of F'aanotd
Aug 13
u
5 lal
thtvy wW b* puUKry opanad and
ra«d alowd
No bida will ba raoatvad untaaa
m writing, on forma fumiahad
end unl«a* accompaniad by •
Md ouaranta* mada payabta to
tha Manaaquan flivar Rag»onai
S«**«rae« Authority
Tha D'd
guarantaa tnaii ba in tha amount
of 10S of lha total contract prioa.
but not io axoaad 120.000. and
•hsMi ba In ma form of • cavilttad
cn«ck or bid bond, at tha option
of tna bMldar A oonaant of Suraty SMtamanl ahall aiao accompany tha Wd No b*d may ba
wttfKJrawn wtthln Mxty (SO) day*
ol tha data for raoa.pt ol bida
Th* Auttwrrty niatrvaa tha rtgnt
to ra^act any or all Md*. to waiva
any Informality in a
•eoopt mat t>w
MOTtCI
9aparaia aaaiad bida for
TRANSPORTATION ROUTES
wW ba raoarvad by tha Mtddta- intsKMt Of lha Autnolllty
Biddara ar* raquirao to comptown Townahlp Board of Educaly #ttn tn« raqwiramanii of P L
tion up to 11 00 a m Friday
1B75 C 127
Awguit 23rd. I M S at tha AdminBtddirvg documanai may ba
latraiton Building
50 T.ndali
•M.minad and ootalnad from tha
Road. Mtddtatown, N J 07744
or (ha
BMdara ara raquirad Io oomp- offloa* o( tha Authority
1
Tha appaai of Rtchftrd J Clratti
«w
tha raqutramanta ol offloaa of tha Authority * Conautiand Ftoranoa CiraW Io tr*a f> •*>haptar 127 PubUc Lawa of 197ft ing EAglnaar. Etaoo T KUtam Aahold TownaMp Zoning Boasd ol
•ooakM.
Inc
.
27
Btaakar
9tfa»t
(Equal Ooportuntty Emptoyari
Adtuatmani tor lha grant of a
Spacincatoana and Hx. • for MMburn. N M Jaraay 07041.
warlanoa to pwmn tha inataHabidding may t>» aacurad at tha upon trta> paymant of 11000
tton of a 29 a Si wood docti on
Offioa of tna Sacratary, 5 t Tln- whtch amount wiH not ba r%~
propany known aa 2 Edwarda
dail Road
Mlddtatown. N J hjndad
Drtv*. bmna Stock S Lot 10. M
By Ordar of tha Manaaquan
07741
ahewn on lha laiaat l u map ol
Rtvwr Rational
AUGUST T MINER
ttta Townanip ot FrtMnoM. haa
flawaraot Autnortty
Board tacratary
•Man grantad Tha raaofuuon mCLARINCf
DENHAM. Chairman
A"9 13
17 20
corporattng ma grant ot variance
Au0 13
S22M
W M adoplad by tna Boa/d it ita
mmMna ol AuguX 1. 1M6 and a
oooy of tha raaotutton la on Ma
PUfJUC MOTtCC
«rV< tha urwMratgrtad AdmmiaCOUNTY OF WONMOUTM
AN OflDfNANCE ENTITLED
trattva Offioar and >• •vaitabta to*
22» Fr«^Ho4d t»wn»Wp
?
EAST
• 9764
"7 A 106
OA1084
• 109
a4t Monmourh CountT"
• A1032
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095
• AKQ76
Sawth
1*
1*
2NT
23 and 29A in BIOCK tS located
On Otd MM ftotMt *n th* Town•nip o* fra#hok)
Morimoott*
County. Naw Jaraay, w* approvad Tha raaotutlon . *
mg ac
cno « u tahan
ZB tS-5211 WALLI8, Appncant waa gtvan parmlaatontoinatalt a aaptlc ayiam on an
undaratMd tot at Otd Mm Road
[Btock u . Lot 10A)
ZB B4-S224
JASTRZEBSKI
Applicant waa gn*an parmtaaton
for an aartanaton of tlmt (6
rrontha) to obtain a buiKJif>g pa*
i~itt tor Baacon Hut Road (Block
2t Lot* 27 A 2 f )
ZB aft-S2ra. Vaiartttno. Applicant waa grantad a uaa varianca
to conatruct mlrM-warahouaaa on
Roota» ((Block M Lot 7 « I ,
A
13
t7
13
N»n»
10
2*
3NT
ad Auouat 1, itBft
JCANETTE HARRINGTON
Admin latraitva Offloar
TownaMp ol f'aaf>o*d
IS
UB4
East
Pas*
Paas
AllPass
Opening lead --S? 4
W N M ; . « Ilka la have Alfrws
SbalaweU teach * • • hawto»!••
kackaaauMaT A U - k a m U»k\t
You hold. • Q J < 9 J 9 8 4 3 2 0 Q3
will k* *a the way I* y»» wk»« y »
• 5 4 3 Dealer, at your left, bids one aaaJ 11.00 flas a •Ua.fW, -U-tidub. your partner double*, and the
4n—4 Ne. 1 * aavelet* to •aefcnext player passes. What do you taaaaaaM, la care *f this •anrspa•ay?
pa, P.O. Ba. lim, Laa Aagalaa,
Bid two hearts. The
CAMHI.
Jump response to a takeout double
promise*, merely 8 to 10 points and
221 Fr.ahoW Township
• TATlOf M W J I M I '
AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHHOTKI TO I I D O I M
ING A BUREAU OF FIRE
PREVENTION
IN
T H EMoooa la haraby glvan that
BOROUGH OF RUMSON W a d tMda wtl ba raoatvad by
COUNTY OF MONMOUTH tha Dapanmant of Purcnaalng of
STATE Of NEW JERSEY WAS lha County ot Monmouth, Haw
INTRODUCED BY THE MAYOR
d oo
c
AND COUNCIL OF THEp
BOROUGH OF RUMSON AT A Court Room, locatad in tha Hail
MEETING HELD ON JULY 25 of Racorda, Mam Straat FraaIMS AND ON AUOUST 10 IMS hoM. Naw Jaraay on Tuaaday
WAS FINALLY ADOPTED AND Aufluat 27. I B M at 1000 AM
APPROVED BY THE MAYOR
J GARY SAMMON
BOROUGH CLERK ANCE O f ONE (11 HILLER HELICOPTER MODEL UM 12C FOR
CHARLES F PATERNO M D
THE MONMOUTH
COUNTY
MAYOR
NOTrCI Of M C I S I O N
Notkca it haraby grvan that at a
public rrtaattng of ma Fraartotd
TownaMp Planning Boatd r**a
on Auowat I, I B M ttta Minor
SiAdMaton application of Robart A Quaata Harman and KaRh ft
Linda Lock wood for a propoaad Aug 13
|7 M
fwo tot aubdiviaton aftacung
pramtaaa known aa Low 17 and
ITA. in block M . tocatad on
Stata Htglrwav 33, m tha TownaMp of Fraaliotd, Momouth
HOTICB T O H D M M
County. Naw Jaravy. * • • » P
UANABOUAN R I V I I I
ovad Tha raao*uOon adoptao
ma Planning Board « on Ma
and sw-BMbla for public 'napac
COUMTV, N t W J M M V
•on al tha offtoa of ma unda*
CONTRACT POM
aignad. m tha Municipal Bu»d*OQ, Muncipa. Ptata - Schanck
Road, Fraahoid Townantp, Naw
SHADE TREE COMMISSION.
FREEHOLD. NEW JERSEY FOR
THE PEMOO S / 1 / U THROUGH
1731/M
2 FURNI8MIN0 HELICOPTER
MAINTENANCE AND SERVICE
AGREEMENT FOR A BELL JET
FUNOER 2 M Bll FOR THE MONMOUTH COUNTY SHADE TREE
COMMISSION.
FREEHOLD.
NEW JERSEY FOR THE PERIOD
9 / I ' M THROUGH a/3VBS
Gontract dooumant* for tha
propoaad work ara on Ma in tha
B a i l a d propoaaia tot offioa of tha Purchasing Dvpanmani HaM of Aaoofda. Main
furnlahing and dailvarlng
potaaatum parmanganata for aStnML Fraahotd. Nam Jaraay
patiod of up to ona (1 > yaartotha and may ba oetatnad by proManaaquan Rtvar Ragionai Saw- •pacttva Mddara during bua-naaa
araga Authority wW ba raoarvad hours.
BHMf
ara raqmrad to comp-
247
K
MM
Datad AuguM 1. 1 t M
JCANETTE HARBINQTON
Admimatrattva OfTtcar
TownaMp of Fraahotd
Aug 19
U72
YOU GET
WHAT YOU ASK FOR AT
FIRST FIDELITY BANK.
If you ask us for American Express* Travelers
Cheques, we won't sell you something else.
American Express are the only travelers
cheques we carry. Because only American
Express offers a package of five special
services to help protect you if your travelers
cheques are lost or stolea
When you walk in and ask us for
American Express Travelers
Cheques, be assured that's
what you'll walk out with.
onrt Wotte
ASSOCIATED PRESS
Rainbow Kitchen, where they feed the area's unemployed.
Springsteen has long expressed concern over the decline of
American industry and the impact it has on working people.
241. Monrooutti County
» » Otn»r Public Notlc»t f W Othar Public Notlcot
io wxnpiaint niad in a civil acly with tr*9 raquiramanta of P L tion, in whtch Tha Fadarai Na- fgnmania ot Moigagaa lor
Monmoum County, Paga 446.
tional Mofigapa Aaaociatlon <•
and (2) to racovar poaaaaaion ol,
plaintiff, and Mtchaal D Orr, at
and conoama pramtaaa comraquifad to comply wttn tha
•la sva dafandanta, pandmg in
monty known aa iflS Plna Btraat,
provtetona of tha Naw Jaraay
tha Supartor Court of Naw JarUnion Baach. Naw Jaraay
PravaMing Waoa Act. Ch«pt«r
aay. Chanoary DMaton. MonH you ara unabta to obtain an
ISO of tna law* ol 1963 •ftacUva
mouth County, and baarmg
atlornay. you may communicata
January 1, 1974
Dockai No F-3«60-6S within Ihlrwtth tha Naw Jaraay Stata Bar
By ordar of tha Board of
ry-ftva (38) daya aftar Auguat U
Cr>oaan Fraanotdara ot thaCoun1M9 ascluarva of aucrt data If
609-.M4.H01
YOU may aJao
out
you 'an to do ao, Judgamant by
contact tha Lawyar Rafarral SacMOMAS J LYNCH JR., DtrtKtor dafault may ba rtnOfmti apainat
vtca ol tha County of vanua by
in
you
for
tha
r«,i«f
damandad
Of ir>« Board
calling (201) 431-5544
tf you
JOHN E WESTLAKE. Ctorh tha Complain) and Amandmant cannot afford an attornay, you
and Sacond
MARVIN OLINSKV to Complaint,
may communicata with tha Lagai
Amandmant to Complaint You
Sarvtcaa
offtoa
of
tha
County
of
120
1
I 13
•nan Ma your antwar and prool
vanua by calling (201) 747-7400
of aarvtoa in dupllcata with tha
YOU. MiCHALE D ORR. hla
250 Othar Public Notice* Clark of tha Supartor Court of halra.
davtaaaa and paraonal
Naw Jaraay. Hughaa Juattca
rapraaantavvaa. and hta. malr. or
HOTtCE TO
Compta« • CN971. Tranton. Naw
any of thair aucoaaaora to right
ABSENT O f F I N D A N T I
Jaraay 0M25, in aocordanca with
tttta
and
mtaraat. an» mada party
[L S) STATE OF NEW JERSEY tha rutaa of ctvii praenca and
dafandanta to thla foradoaura
TO MICHAEL D OAR. hla haira, procadura
actton bacauaa you, M I C H A E L . D.
daviiaaa and paraonal rapraaanThla action haa baan inatttutad
taOvaa. and nia thaUr, or any of for tna purpoaa of (1) foractoalng ORR ara ona of tha ownara of
of t h i
tr>a»f auccaaaora in rkght. titu and a rnongaoa datao April 28. 1M3. racord
pramiaaa baing fc
intaraat
mada by Mlchaa. D OrrftFranin by piaintm
bacauaa you
YOU ARE HEREBY SUM- cina Sky. aa mortgagor* to 'natgnad tha nota and monoaga
MONED AND REQUIRED TO Mrcounty Mortgagaa Corp raand may ba llabM for any daftaatva upon Z U C K E R .
Q O L D - cordad on May 2. 1M3. in Book
ctancy and or any Han, claim or
BERG, BECKER 4 ACKERMAN 3*3$ Of Morioaoaa for Mon.
intaraat you may hava In, to, or
p*ainttffi anornaya. whoaa ad
mouth County. Paga 293, which
againat tha mortgagao pramiaaa
draaa la 19S0 SprMgflald Av- mortDMa waa aaatgnad on April
JOHN M MAYSON, CLERK
aoua. Maplawood, Naw Jaraay 28. 1MJ to tha piamon Tha FadSUPERIOR COURT OF NEW
07040, an anawar Io tha Com- arai National Mongaga AaaociaJERSEY
plaint and Amandmani to Conv tton by Aaalgnmant raoordad on
Aug 13
S34.2O
ptaint. and Sacond Amandmani May 2. I M S in Book 373 of Aa-
iB75, a m i .
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YOUR TOWN
10A
TUESDAY. AUGUST 13, 1965
Hospital funds campaign exceeds goal
LONG BRANCH - The campaign
to raise funds for the E. Murray
Todd Building, now under construction at Monmouth Medical Center,
has ended as "a spectacular success," according to its chairman,
Harry I. Franco of Deal
"Our total of over $4.5 million far
exceeds the minimum goal of $4
million required by the state department of health as an equity contribution toward the total project cost of
M2 million." Franco said.
Franco was chosen as campaign
chairman by his fellow members of
the Monmouth Health Care Foundation, which raises funds for hospital-related projects.
Serving as vice chairmen were
Robert C. Stanley Jr., Middietown.
chairman of the MMC Board of
Trustees, and Dr. Nicholas J
Arcomano. Long Branch. Stanley
headed the division for leadership
gifts, and Arcomano sought support
from the hospital's medical and
dental staff, which contributed nearly $400,000 to the campaign.
Other divisions were major gifts,
headed by Allen I Preville, Monmouth Beach, and Ralph J
COOLING OFF — Uwe Hoepfner, left. Dieter
Seidel and Lisa Schreiner, all from West Germany,
and Gordon Burns, Colts Neck, right, president of
the Jersey Shore Chapter of People to People, cool
off during pool party at the riverfront home of Mrs.
John Swoope, Oceanport. The three Germans are
part of a group visiting the United States through
Operation Friendship and the People to People
chapter.
Middietown
Emotions Anonymous
starts two new chapters
Emotions Anonymous, an international self-help group for persons
with emotional problems, is opening
two new chapters in Middietown, one
for teens from 13 to 19-years-old and
one for adults. The groups meet
Tuesday evenings in the New Monmouth Baptist Church at 8 p.m.
The free meetings are open to any
teen or adult who wishes to improve
his or her emotional health.
Participants vary from those with
temporary problems, such as broken
romances, death or divorce to those
with more long-term problems requiring medication or professional
support.
The program uses the same 12step program as Alcoholics
Anonymous, adapted to help improve emotional health. Participants
work together to give mutual support in a caring, non-judgmental
atmosphere.
Suggestions are offered for building a better life such as "living one
day at a time" and "you are not
alone." Since anonymity is vital,
only first names are used.
For more information contact
First Call for Help, 938-2250 or N.J.
Self Help C l e a r i n g h o u s e ,
800-452-9790.
Ocean
Festival starts Thursday
The Italian-American Association
of Ocean Township will host its
annual festival from Thursday
through Sunday at the Deal Test Site,
Deal and Whalepond Roads. Hours
are: Thursday, 5-11 p.m.; Friday, 5
p.m.-midnight; Saturday, 4 p.m.midnight, and Sunday, 4-11 p.m.
Attendance is expected to exceed
last year's total of 50,000 people.
The festival will feature live
entertainment and music each evening with a fireworks display Friday
evening. State, county and local
officials will attend opening ceremonies Thursday between 7 and
7:30 p.m.
Games and rides, arts, crafts and
novelties will be available along with
many varieties of Italian foods such
as peppers and sausages, baked ziti,
manicotti, zeppolies, Italian hot dogs
and ices, pizza and beverages.
Admission is free and there is
ample parking.
Open houses planned
at church nursery school
The Wesley Nursery School will
hold open houses for September
registration Thursday, Aug. 29, and
Friday, Aug. 30, from 10 a.m. to
noon. The school is located in the
First United Methodist Church, Oakhurst
Classes are held for 3 and 4-yearolds, and classes for 2'*-year-olds
are being expanded. Class size is
limited.
Interested parents are invited to
visit the school with their children.
The staff will be available to answer
questions.
For further information, contact
the church office from 9 am. to 1
p.m.
SERVICE SALUTE
RUMSON - Capt. Catherine M.
Robertello, daughter of retired Air
Force Lt. Col. Gerald J. and Beth
Robertello, Annadale, Va.. has participated in Global Shield 85, an
exercise involving U.S. Air Force,
Air Force Reserve, Air National
Guard, Navy and Marine Corps
units, and elements of the Canadian
forces.
Robertello is a transportation
officer with the 321st Strategic
Missile Wing at Grand Forks Air
Force Base, N.D.
Her husband, Air Force Capt.
Edward R. Perkins III, is the son of
Edward R. And Carol M. Perkins,
here.
EATONTOWN - Airman Terrl G.
Johnson, daughter of Myrtle D.
Johnson, has been assigned to
Keesler Air Force Base, Miss., after
completing Air Force basic training.
During the six weeks at Lackland
Air Force Base, Texas, the airman
studied the Air Force mission,
organization and customs, and received special traning in human
relations.
The airman will now receive
specialized Instruction in the air
operations field.
HAZLET - Air Force Staff Sgt.
Stanley R. Slutler, has been chosen
radio operator of the quarter for the
2139th Information Systems
Squadron.
Slutter was selected in competition among contemporaries for exemplary duty performance and military professionalism.
He is a radio operations supervisor in West Germany.
HAZLET - Cadet Robert M.
Fernandez, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Lorenzo Fernandez Jr., has completed a U.S. Air Force ROTC field
training encampment at Lackland
Air Force Base, Texas.
This summer's curriculum consists of orientations on jet aircraft,
career opportunities, human relations education and equal opportunity training. Physical fitness and
survival training is also emphasized.
FREEHOLD — Airman Patrick J.
Sarieves, ion of David C. and
Michele F. Shrieves, has graduated
from Air Force basic training at
Lackland Air Force Base, Texas.
During the six weeks of training
the airman studied the Air Force
mission organization and customers
and received special training in
human relations.
MATAWAN — Army Private 1st
Clan Robert J. Philbln. son of
James P. and Joan Philbin. has been
t
decorated with the Army Achievement Medal in West Germany.
The Achievement Medal is
awarded to soldiers for meritorious
service, acts of courage, or other
accomplishments.
Philbin is a missile crew member
with the 94th Air Defense Artillery
Brigade.
MIDDLETOWN Airman
Michael A. Hohtnann, son of Henry
A. and Ann Hohmann, Port Monmouth, has been assigned to Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas, after
completing Air Force basic training.
During the six weeks at Lackland
Air Force Base, Texas, the airman
studied the Air Force mission,
organization and customs and received special training in human
relations
The airman will now receive
specialized instruction in the medical services field.
UNION BEACH - Air Force
Airman 1st Class Joanne Hayden,
daughter of Delia M. Woodward, and
Anthony Antonucci, Keansburg, has
arrived for duty in Japan.
Hayden, an administration
specialist with the 2114th Information Systems Squadron, was
previously assigned at Myrtle Beach
Air Force Base, S.C.
MIDDLETOWN - Army Private
Walter H. Fulcber III, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Walter H. Fulcher, Lincroft,
has completed basic training at Fort
Dix.
During the training, students received instruction in drill and ceremonies, weapons, map reading,
tactics, military courtesy, military
justice, first aid, and Army history
and traditions.
EATONTOWN - Airman Tara A.
Newland, daughter of Michael E.
and Katherine A. Newland, has
graduated from the U.S. Air Force
law enforcement specialist course at
Lackland Air Force Base, Texas.
Graduates of the course studied
general law enforcement duties,
tactics, weapons training, physical
apprehension and restraint and
earned credits toward an associate
degree in applied science through
the Community College of the Air
Force.
Newland is scheduled to serve
with the U.S. Air Force Academy,
Colorado Springs, Colo.
LONG BRANCH - Charles E.
Alston, son of Bernice S. and Merlin
Alston, has been promoted in the
U.S. Air Force to the rank of airman
first class.
Alston is a recreation specialist at
Registration scheduled
at Highlands School
Parents of children who will enter
Highlands Elementary School in
September are requested to register
new students before Aug 28, between 9 a.m. and noon and 1 to 3pm
No student will be registered after
this date until Friday, Sept. 6.
School will reopen Wednesday.
Sept. 4. The hours for the coming
year are: kindergarten am session.
8:30 a m -11a.m., kindergarten pm
session, noon-2 30 p.m , grades 1-6.
8:30 a.m.-2:30 pm
Parents of kindergarten students
will be notified by mail regarding the
time and date of an orientation
program to be held prior to the start
of the school year
All students who will enter grades
K-2 should report to the main
entrance (WaterWitch Avenue) of
the school prior to entering the
building
All students who will enter grades
3 through 6 should report to the
Linden Avenue entrance of the
school prior to entering the building
The cafeteria will serve lunch the
first day of school and every day
thereafter when school is in session
Students may pay for their lunch on
a daily, weekly or monthly basis All
c h i l d r e n e x c e p t those In
kindergarten are eligible to participate in the program
Daily lunch tickets may i be
IS PROUD TO ANNOUNCE
THE OPENING OF HIS PRACTICE FOR
Tyndall Air Force Base, Fla.. with
the 325th Combat Support Group
HAZLET — Army Reserve Pvt
1st Class Michael F. Leban, son of
Edward P. and Christina Lehan, has
completed one station unit training
at the U.S. Army Infantry School,
Fort Benning, Ga, a 12-week period
which combines basic combat training and advanced individual training.
Soldiers were taught to perform
rifle and mortar squad duties.
EATONTOWN - Army Pvt 1st
Class John P. Hoffmeister, son of
Lyle A. and Diane M. Hoffmeister,
North Tonawanda, NY., has arrived
for duty in West Germany.
Hoffmeister, a missile crew member with the 56th Field Artillery
Brigade, was previously assigned at
Fort Sill, Okla.
His wife, Carmela, is the daughter
of Dominic Colombo, here.
KEYPORT - Army Spec 4 Harry
L. Keller, son of George and Florence Keller, has arrived for duty in
West Germany.
Keller, a helicopter repairer with
the Mainz Military Community, was
previously assigned at Fort Benning,
Ga.
MATAWAN - Michael C. Wood, a
1981 graduate of Matawan Regional
High School, has completed training
in fundamental military skills at the
Army ROTC basic camp at Fort
Knox, Ky.
During the encampment, cadets
received training in basic rifle
marksmanship, military drill and
ceremonies, communications and
individual and small unit tactics.
PULMONARY MEDICINE
AT
70 E. FRONT ST.
RED BANK, N.J. 07701
201-747-4440
office hour by appointment
The Todd Building will provide 166
beds. Of these, 146 will replace
existing beds and 20 will be new,
increasing the hospital licensed capacity to 526 beds
purchased every morning before
school; weekly tickets may be
purchased Mondays before school,
and monthly tickets may be
purchased the first and last day of
each menu
Belmar
St. Rose High graduates
planning Sunday picnic
All graduates from St Rose High
School, here, are invited to the
graduates' second annual picnic on
Sunday. Aug 25. from 1 to5pm The
picnic will be held at the Ocean
County Park, Route 88. Lakewood
Alumni are asked to bring their
own food, grills, soda and beer will
be available
Games, prizes and entertainment
are planned
Fred Underwood. 57, and Beth
Tormey, '77 are cochairing the
picnic
For further information, call the
It. Rose High School alumni office
between 8 a m and 12 noon
Check-Mate to sponsor
energy seminar Aug. 21
An energy conservation seminar.
"Caring, A Joint Effort." will be
held Aug. 21 in the Red Bank Senior
Center at 11 a m
Representatives of the three sponsors, Check-Mate, Inc., Jersey Central Power and Light Company and
New Jersey Natural Gas Company,
will present information on conserving energy and weatherization programs available to low-income
households.
For further information, contact
Check-Mate
Medical assistants plan
coding seminar Aug. 21
A seminar will be held Aug. 21 on
the new ICD-9 and CPT-4 insurance
coding by the Monmouth County
Chapter of the American Association
of Medical Assistants Michael T
Reck of M.T. Reck Associates.
Alexandria, Va.. will be the speaker
The seminar will be held in the
Blaisdell Auditorium of Rlverview
Medical Center from 9 a m to 1 p.m
All medical personnel are invited
to attend
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AUGUST IMS SUNDAY-THURSDAY
A SOLEMN NOVENA OP THE
MIRACULOUS MEDAL will be conducted by the Rev John J Buckley
C M , in St. Agnes Church, Atlantic
Highlands Devotions will be held at
9:00 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. For personal
conference, call Father Buckley it
2(1-0272
AUGUST 13 - TUESDAY
P a r e n t s Without P a r n t e r s
Bayshore Chapter 144 BUCK night
General meeting and dance Cheese
and cheese dip. Don Quixote's, Hwy
34. Matawan 8:30 SHARP orientation Members of 644 only 11 Members 13: prospective members $9.
Chapter phone 727-4020
AUGUST 14 - WEDNESDAY
Peach Festival, 9-8 p.m. Reformed
Church, 62 Hance Ave . Tinton Falls
{
ANNUAL AUCTION - New and
old. Bring gift or 13.00 (or admission
Refreshments, Keyport Elks,
Women's Auxiliary, 8 p.m.
Singles Again tonight in the terrific
atmosphere of the Cinnamon Tree,
Route 9, Freehold. Unquestionably
the best group of singles. Complimentary hot buffet. New member orientation 8 p.m. Dance 9 p.m. Info call
9284343. All singles welcome.
CALL 74L8612
Todd for his "astute financial counseling, which continues to be of great
importance to the hospital." Todd
was appointed to the MMC Board of
Trustees in 1967 and has served for
many years as chairman of its
finance committee.
The Todd Building, scheduled for
completion next summer, is the core
of the hospital's major replacement
and renovation project which will
provide a modern setting for services in high demand and enable
other services to expand their space.
The new building will include a
consolidation of certain ambulatory
care programs, centralized maternal and infant services including
a family-oriented birthing center,
operating rooms capable of accommodating the newest technology, a
new emergency department with
immediate access to obstetrical and
surgery suites and a new day stay
center to meet the demand for sameday surgery and other procedures
Red Bank
Highlands
PUKUENSUE, M.D.
Hav* you seen this dog?
Small, mixed Chihuahua
Suzle
Parisardi, Long Branch, and special
gifts, under the leadership of George
S. Michals, Ocean, and Basil J.
Plasteras, West Long Branch, chairman of the foundation.
The employee division was headed
by James A. McLean of the hospital's respiratory therapy department.
A major contribution to the campaign came from The Greenwall
Foundation of New York, with its
approval of a grant to establish the
Anna Alexander Greenwall
Geriatric Program and Center at the
hospital. The grant includes (300,000
for construction of the geriatric
center, which benefits the building
project, plus substantial support for
operating expenses of the program.
The campaign has also received a
pledge of (200,000, to be fulfilled over
the next five years by the 550member MMC Auxiliary and its
branches.
The project, which began as the
Patient Services Building, was renamed the E. Murray Todd Building
last August in recognition of Todd's
years of service to the hospital.
When the honor was announced at
a press conference, Stanley praised
Singles Again Invites you to a
cocktail party and dance at the
Lakeside Manor. Rt. M. Hazlet. All
singles welcome. New member
orientation 8 p.m. Dance 9 p.m. For
more info call 9284343. All singles
welcome
AUGUST IS - THURSDAY
Singles Again NJs leading tingle
organization hosts the shorn largest
dance at the Colts Neck Inn, Route
937. Colts Neck Free buffet Dance 9
p.m New member orientation 8 p.m.
For more info call 9284343 All
singles welcome
AUGUST 17 - SATURDAY
Red Bank Scot's American Club
summer dance to be held at the
Knights of Columbus Hall, 200 Fair
Haven Rd , Fair Haven. Dance to the
music of "Little Angle ' from 9 p m
to 1 a.m. Tickets 110 per person For
tickets call 870-0629 or 842-63*4
13th Annual Atlantic Highlands Historical Society arts and crafts show
10 a.m.-4 p.m. at Memorial Park,
First Ave., Atlantic Highland!. 130
artiiians make shopping a pleasure.
Rain date August 24.
Atlantic Highlands Historical Society Arts and Crafts show Memorial
Park, First Ave. 10 a m -4 p.m.
Battleground Arts Center's Folk
Festival. Monmouth Battlefield State
Park, Rt. 33, Engllshtown. 8 p m
Rain date 8/18. Tickets » Children
M For Visa/MC and info Call
4*2-8811 weekdays.
AUGUST II - WEDNESDAY
PEACH FESTIVAL - 64 p.m
Sponsored by Oceanport UMW, on
Church lawn United Methodist
Church, 90 Main St., Oceanport
Donations 11.50.
AUGUST 24 - SATURDAY
Highlands Summer Festival '85
will be held at 10 a.m. at 115 Bay Ave
Featuring household foods, flea market, fresh vegetables, food and
games Space $9 For info, call
291-2989
AUGUST t* - THURSDAY
Mid-Atlantic trip Tropicana Cost
115 Rebate 15 coins Show "Uptown
Its Hot." Leaves Middietown Hailet
9 p.m. 7874*21
AUGUST 31 - SATURDAY
Flea Market. Rain date Sept 1.
Spaces available, 110 each Comer of
Bay and Center Ave's, Highlands. 9
a m -4 p m Sponsored by W W B.I A
Call 291-9127 or 291-4299
SEPTEMBER 8 - SUNDAY
Trip to the NEVELE (Catikills) i
days, 4 nights By The Open Door,
Bayshore area. Includes all meals
and tips. UC5 per person twin (289
single. 872-23*4
SEPTEMBER B - SUNDAY
Annual Flea Market sponsored by
the Klwtnls Club of Middietown 10
a.m.-4 p.m. Foodtown Shopping
Center. Rt J91, Kings Hwy. Opposite
Bradlees Dealers It uilgaters welcome. For reservations call Pat
787-1885
OCTOBER It - SATURDAY
1 week cruise to Caribbean t South
America. Limited space. Call
2S1-I653.
Colts Neck PTO sponsors outdoor
Peddlen Market. 9:30 a.m.-4 p.m. At
Atlantic School, Rt. 937, Colts Neck.
Dealers of antiques, crafts, new
merchandise. Call 94*4381 or 842-9179
for info.
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The Register
LIFESTYLE/SCENE
TUESDAY. AUGUST 13, 1985
11A
From their viewpoint, it just made horse sense
THE REGISTER/JEFF CHASIN
THE REQISTER'JEFF CHASIN
COLD FEET — Jungle Flower gets a few words of last minute advice
from Jenniler Leonard, left, and Joan Jones of Middletown before the
ceremony.
MANE SQUEEZE — Flower and Mr. 'D'. two Welch Ponies married
Sunday at Tall Timber Farm, Middletown, are surrounded by Iheir
The bride was bridled
l y CHRIS HMO
The Register
THE REOISTEB/JEFF CMASIN
BRIDE AND GROOM — Guests gather around
Jungle Flower, left, and Mr 0 , right, as brother
Louis Mauro perlorms a mock wedding ceremony.
MIDDLETOWN - The bride wore
a veil and the groom a black bow tie
but both were just horsing around
With an eye on doing something
different for a family reunion at the
Tall Timber Farm, Rex and Grace
DeVino decided to marry two of
their forty horses that live on the
farm
Louis Mauro, a former Franciscan
Monk, performed the mock wedding
Mauro lives on the farm
"Actually, I didn't actually marry
the the two horses," Mauro said
yesterday "I only blessed them The
whole idea was to have it as a spoof
for a family reunion "
A big reception, attended by
approximate 150 people, was held
for the horses named Mr D and
Jungle Flower
A bridal shower was held prior to
the wedding which included some of
the other horses on the farm, he said
The horses are normally used to
pull carriages.
Spirit of giving undaunted by heat
ly HOPE M E N
The Register
RUMSON - Even in the late
afternoon, it was still sweltering
Sunday, but that didn't affect the
turnout at the Rhapsody on the
Navesink cocktail party at the home
of John and Mary Tsakiris In fact,
the party to benefit the Pollak
Psychiatric Clinic at Monmouth
Medical Center was a huge success,
according to Pollak Auxiliary President Stella Farrell of Deal
About 140 persons, who paid 125 a
plate, showed up for the event, which
took place from 4 to 7 p. m , and more
than 12,000 was raised
The Bill Gerry Trio provided
dance music I although Farrell said
it was too hot to dance), and Touch
of Class caterers provided the appetizers like Duck Dijonalse and
stuffed mushrooms
The caterers provided a surprise
cake for Annabella McKeever of
Elberon. whose birthday happened
to fall on the same day of the event
she chaired
THE REGISTER/CAROLINE E. COUIG
RIVER RHAPSODY - The hosts ol Sunday's
party with two of their many guests pose tor the
camera. From left to right are Gloria Brucker, West
Long Branch; John and Mary Tsakiris, host and
hostess; and Honey Roonan, Tinton Falls.
One reached Ellen Carroll of
Burlington, N.C., who was Intrigued by the message typed in
red ink: "Single man, 36, in
Northern New Jersey wishes to
meet a woman 21 to 36 to date and
have lasting relationship with."
She said she was "so tickled"
that she called the number, and
got a recorded message asking
her to leave her name and
number.
"I Just think it's so funny that
he's using the federal government
for his own personal ad," Carroll
said. "I didn't leave my name.
I've got a husband already. ... I'm
going to put it (bill) back in
circulation for him."
The man answering the phone
number said his real name Is
Wayne VanVelsor.
"Since July I960, I've put 13,583
bills into circulation. I've kept the
serial number of each so I can tell
you the day I put them out. I've
got 141 notebook pages of serial
numbers," VanVelsor said in a
telephone interview.
He admits he has been called
crazy, angered boyfriends and
gotten obscene phone calls, along
with newspaper and radio interviews.
"I'm trying to find a serious
relationship — that's the reason
I'm doing it," he said.
In the past five years, VanVelsor said his answering machine has gotten 3,600 calls. He's
spent hours on the phone with
women, though he's only met 23.
"I'm thinking about giving up
the dollar bills. Maybe a dating
service would be better," he said.
Color your world
If you've ever thought of decorating your own home but been
stymied by the ever-changing styles of fabrics and colors, fashion
experts say that this year, you can be certain of one thing: 1986 will
bring a reawakening of clean, bright and sophisticated colors
This year's color forecast survey conducted by National Decorating
Products Association INDPAI indicates that some of the most popular
colors next year will be yellows, blues, mauves, pinks and rose tones
Soft pastels in all color families will be dominant as well
According to one expert surveyed, colors will be either very clean
or very muted The middle ground is missing in the 1986 color palette
Decorating Retailer magazine, published by NDPA, polled industry
color experts for its 17th annual color forecast Independent
decorating dealers across the country, 7,000 of them NDPA members,
are reporting customers selecting paint, wallcovering, window
treatments and other decorating items in hues reflecting the latest
trends.
"Customers are enjoying the wide variety of color choices for home
decorating,'' said one dealer "Some people use a bright color as the
major influence and then accent with softer pastel colors in the same
family. Other customers prefer to decorate with softer tones and bring
a few brights in as accents '
According to the forecast, bold color statements will be made with
accent colors Some of the most popular accents in 1986 will be black,
red, blue, orange, yellow and bright jewel tones. As far as neutrals,
gray will further strengthen its position as the most prominent
neutral, though taupe, off-white and beige will also be popular
Several experts stress the importance of the new gray-beige, often
called mushroom Two years ago, there was a swing from warm
reddish beiges to yellow beiges Now they're getting grayer This gray
trend is affecting most of the color palette, according to color
specialists Pastels are becoming softer, more muted In the green
family, the only one of importance for 1986 is khaki, a very gray-green
Color merchandising manager for a major paint company notes that
roses and mauves are currently at their peak. They are important
contract /commercial colors, often being used with grays, he says He
predicts that blue-cast shades are a new direction fo mauves
Experts call blue the "always popular " color. They say current
blues are very 18th century and traditional in feeling — tones muted
and slightly grayed Indigo and navy are very important The new blue,
periwinkle (a blue violet), will appear in small doses in wallcovering
and fabric.
Another decorating dealer said he has customers who choose blues
and tinted hues because these colors provide a sense of calm "On
the other hand, customers who are choosing brights are choosing
clean, clear sophistcated shades," he said "It seems to go one way
or the other — colors are clear and bright or muted and soft, and
although there is no in between for the colors themselves, many people
are creating successful combinations of brights and pastels when
selecting decorating products for their homes '
Most, but not all customers are selecting sophisticated brights A
unique look in fashion and some segments of the home decorating
market is represented by the "new wave " brights What do the color
experts say about the return of the '50s look: the hot pinks, neon
greens, blacks, reds—all together in startling combinations''
What do decorating retailers say about the "new wave " colors"
Although most decorating center cutomers are making more
traditional selections, local dealers agree (hey will happily fill all
customers decorating needs
Virginity is back
Hope she's worth it
LITTLE FALLS (AP) - David
Taylor it using cold cash to seek
a lasting relationship with a
woman, typing his name, phone
number and messages on more
than 13,000 $1 bills over the past
17 years.
Taylor, not his real name, puts
the bills in change machines near
his home and lets them get into
circulation
human bridesmaids. From left, Shari and Jennifer Leonard from
Hollywood, Fla.
THE REGISTER/CAROLINE E. COUIG
SUNNY SMILES — Enjoying the party, despite the heat, are, from
left to right, Stella FarreJI, Deal, auxiliary president; Sandra Mullaney,
W. Deal, raffle chairperson; Annabella McKeever, Elberon, chairperson of the event
NEW YORK (AP> - The sexual
revolution has "bottomed out." according to a sociologist whose 21year study indictates more college
women are virgins today than in the
1970s.
During the '70s, college women
were trying to imitate the traditionally carefree masculine attitude toward premarital sex, according to Robert Sherwin, professor
of sociology at Miami University in
Oxford, Ohio He and colleague
Sherry Corbett studied sexual behavior on that campus over 21 years,
interviewing more than 3.000 students.
In 1963, 75 percent of the women
they interviewed were virgins By
1978, that percentage had plunged to
38, nearly equal to that of their male
counterparts. But in 1984, the trend
began to reverse again, with 43
percent of the women reporting
themselves to be virgins, compared
to 28 percent of the men.
So what happened to the sexual
revolution?
"I think it's bottomed out,"
Sherwin says in the September issue
of Glamour magazine "While we're
getting an ebb and flow between
standards endorsing anything goes'
to 'nothing should happen.' I think
there has been a movement toward
the latter position "
Which is not to say that we're
heading back to the 50s. says
Sherwin. when women were expected to remain chaste until their
wedding night while men were free
to sow wild oats in abundance
"Many years ago, there was a
tyranny that you had to be a virgin. "
he says. "Then we went throught a
period when there was another
tyranny — you had to be promiscuous. Today, I think we're getting a
relaxing of both extremes, allowing
for more self-expression I think the
social standard is broader now. and
gives people a lot more choice "
Among the reasons Sherwin found
for more conservative sexual behavior: fear of herpes and other veneral
diseases, and the fact that the
diaphragm, which has become the
preferred method of birth control,
"doesn't easily lend itself to unplanned bursts of passion "
12A
The Regiil.
Auxiliary holds picnic for handicapped
TINTON FALLS - The Monmoulh
Auxiliary for Retarded Citizens
(MARC) held Its annual picnic
recently at the Columbian Manor
h(ce, one of six group homes
Minted by the Association (or
ftjUrded Citizens.
Women to be honored
NEPTUNE — The Monmouth County Advisory Commission on the
Status of Women will present Its first annual "Women of
Achievement" awards at a brunch Sept. 22 at the Jumping Brook
Country Club here.
A number of local women will be recognized at the public meeting
for their contributions to a better life In Monmouth County. Included
among the honorees are:
Business: Ann Lyons, Red Bank Chamber of Commerce.
Communications: Doris Kulman and Virginia Steiner "The
Woman's Reporter."
Community Service: Marcel Colmer, Belmar; Helen Hawke,
Oakhurst; Edith Klbler, Mlddletown; Norma Todd, Red Bank.
Education: Carmen Torres, Long Branch Bilingual Program.
Health: Kate Luscombe, Belmar (P.R.I.D.E.) Parent Resolving
Infant Death Experience.
Politics: Jane G. Clayton, Monmouth County Clerk; Ceclle F.
Norton, Mayor, Sea Bright.
Governor Kean has been Invited as the luncheon's keynote speaker
The guest speaker will be Joan Wright, director of the N.J. Division
on Women.
Tickets are available at (19 per person and tables may be reserved
for parties of 10-12. Reserved tablet will also be available In the name
of each of the "Women of Achievement."
In addition, the commission will be publishing a journal which will
provide background Information on each of the honorees.
lore than 80 ARC young adults
Mre on hand to enjoy fried chicken,
til ermelon. games and a live
CJB pjn.
' "Helping to serve the guests were
various auxiliary members Including
taft«e pictured at left, from left to
rWlt, Susie Sabln, Fair Haven;
fcael Manville, Mlddletown; and
pra Kettler, Fair Haven.
"The auxiliary consls's of a group
if>volunteers, primarily Monmouth
Cbpnty women, who donate their
time and energy to raise funds for
ARC and to provide organizational
support for various activities scheduled throughout the year.
Monmouth Mall to host
a fall fashion preview
Classmates remember the good old days
EATONTOWN - A "Fall Fashion Forecast" highlighting the new
and classic styles for business, school and leisure for all members
of the family will be presented at Monmouth Mall Aug. 24 at 3 p.m.
on the lower level stage near J.C. Penney's department store.
"A Touch of Class" for back-to-school is the theme for the mall's
fall promotion.
A special sale will run from Aug. 22 through Aug. 25 with savings
on new merchandise. An 'A Touch of Class" denim book bag will be
available to customers who present $150 or more in register receipts
from any of the mall's stores. Receipts must be dated Aug. 22 through
Sept. 7. Redemption dates are Aug. 24, Aug. 31 and Sept. 7, between
noon and 5 p.m on the mid level near the escalators.
Also on Aug. 24, between 4 p.m. and 6 p.m., on the mid level near
Rite Aid, customers are invited to join the emotionally charged
atmosphere at the Championship Tomato Weigh In.
Tomato growers from as far as Ohio will bring the heaviest fruits
of their vines to compete for the $1,000 first prize in the eighth annual
New Jersey Championship Tomato Weigh-In.
The festivities continue Aug. 26 through the 31st, when the mall
hosts the Abraham Lincoln Memorabilia Exhibit. This museum quality
show of over 1000 items includes documents, photographs, Civil War
articles and many one-of-a-kind items
TOGETHER AGAIN — The 1965 graduating class ol Rumson-Fair
Haven Regional High School recently celebrated ils 20-year-reunion
with a picnic at Piping Rock Park in Rumson. Pictured above are
Use powder to remove mildew from books
DEAR HELOISE:
Because of ill health I had to move
In with relatives and store my
household goods and books in a
friend's basement.
Water came in and now my most
precious possessions, my books, are
covered with mildew.
There is no way that I can throw
them away and would like to know
if there is any way I can get off the
mildew. — Avid Reader
About the only suggestion I have
heard is this: Rub the books with a
clean, dry cloth to remove loose dry
mold.
If the paper is damp, be sure to
dry the book first In an airy place.
You can do this by spreading the
pages fanwise to dry.
You might try sprinkling cornstarch or talcum powder between
the pages to absorb moisture. Lei
this remain on for several hours and
then brush It off.
Any of you readers know a better
approach? Send it along, please. —
Heloiie
NON-SLIP SLIPPERS
Dear Heloise: I have just had my
90th birthday and I can no longer
kneel on my knees to take a bath.
Although I don't mind taking a
shower, the floor is very slippery and
Hints From Heloise
I didn't know how to solve this
problem until my granddaughter
solved it for me!
First, she stuck non-skid plastic
daisies on the shower floor and then
she bought me a pair of net slippers
with soles that don't slip.
The slippers are the greatest and
they dry quickly.
And the slippers go with me if I go
on an overnight stay! — Ruth Felton
EASY STENCILS
Dear Heloise: If you want to do
window stencils for a birthday party
or a holiday scene, do what we do.
We take a glass cleaner that
leaves an opaque film and put a
small amount into each cup of a
cupcake pan, depending on how
many colors we want to use.
Next, we mix a drop or two of food
coloring into the cleaner In each cup
until we get the desired colors.
We cut a soft sponge into squares
small enough to just fit into each
color in the cupcake pan.
We place our stencils on the
windows and fill in the appropriate
YOUR HOROSCOPE
By Stella Wilder
TUESDAY, AUGUST 13
Born today, you are one who can
grasp a situation, determine the proper course of action, take action and get
the job done - all at lightning speed
and often before others are even
aware that something is afoot. Highly
efficient, when you set your mind to a
task, you see it through, regardless of
hardships. You have an alert mind and
sharp wit. Your only true dislike is
procrastination and its cause - laziness! You avoid people with these
traits.
You are a fiercely loyal individual
who demands loyalty in return. Quick
to retaliate when you feel you have
been mistreated or abused in any way,
you are at the same time quick to go to
the aid of any you know who have been
slighted. You tend to consider romance a pleasant luxury you can seldom afford.
Alto bom on this data ar< Pat
Harrington Jr., actor; AMrod Hitchcook, film dlraetor.
To see what Is in store for you tomorrow, find your birthday and read
the corresponding paragraph. Let
your birthday star be your daily guide.
WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14
LEO (July 23-Aog. « ) - Try not to
be impatient. Plans may not be carried out as swiftly as desired. Use care
in choosing help.
VIRGO (Aog. 23-Sept. « ) - Seek
harmonious and peaceful surroundings. Such an environment is essential
to your good work and healthy spirit.
LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) ~ Popularity should increase today. You will
find it necessary to cope with crowds
in an affable manner.
SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) - Your
sense of justice serves you well today.
You may be called upon to settle an
unpleasant dispute.
SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) Contact an old friend today. What he
has to offer may be the perfect remedy for your present unpleasant
situation.
CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) Conquer self-consciousness today if
you wish to prevail in upcoming workplace rivalry. Be willing to speak out.
AQUARIUS (Jan. 10-Feb. II) Don't let your penchant for analysis
develop into the bothersome habit of
poking into the affairs of others.
PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20) - As
crisis nears, take control of your emotions. If they get out of hand, you are
?t a great disadvantage.
ARIES (March 21-April II) - Tend
to money matters today. Your keen intuition points the way to profit. Speculation could pay off.
TAURUS (April 20-May 20) Though you usually work well under
pressure, you must take care that tensions don't mount today. Seek reconciliation with co-workers.
GEMINI (May 21-June 20) - Select
today's companions wisely. Your energy Is at a peak: not everyone will be
able to keep up with you.
CANCER (June 21-July 22) - You
may be experiencing a subtle change
of interests Explore specific options
today and you'll feel less unsettled.
colors by squishing the sponges into
the colors and then squishing the
sponges onto the stencils
When we no longer want a stencil
on our window, it comes off easily
and it cleans our windows at the
same time. — Kim Holmes
SAFE CANNING
Dear Heloise: 1 am a faithful
reader of yours and have a question
that I hope you can answer.
I do a lot of canning and I try to
save some expense on the rings used
for canning. Each year I have to buy
new rings as they get rusty.
Is there any way these rings can
be used more than once0 I take steel
wool and scrub off the rust and use
them again. I do not use the
lids...just the rings — Mary Donda
The Information that we have
received Is that the screw bands may
be re-used if they are not rusted.
However, re-using rusted screw
bands Is not a good Idea. They may
not tighten down properly and then
may not provide the proper seal.
If the jars are properly sealed the
bands can be removed in from 12 to
24 hours after canning. It the bands
are left on, then Juices on the threads
of the bands could cause them to
stick to the jars and also make them
rust faster. — Heloise
Everyone has a favorite time or
money-saving hint Share yours by
sending it to Heloise, P O Box 32000.
San Antonio, Texas 78218 She can't
answer your letter personally but
may feature your great hint in an
upcoming column.
Get hubby to help out
Dear Ann Landers: We hear a lot
of horror stories about the pain of
childbirth, especially when the labor
is long, but hardly anyone talks
about what II Is like to deliver a child
by Caesarean section. I Just went
through it so please hear me out.
A Caesarean Is major surgery. It
left me totally exhausted. When I
went home I was worn out and weak
as a kitten. I am nursing my
newborn which means I am up half
the night.
My doctor told me to take it easy
for six weeks. How can I when my
husband doesn't know how to turn on
a vacuum cleaner, much less use
one? Running the dishwasher and the
washer-dryer Is "too complicated,"
yet he can take his car apart and put
It back together again.
If my friends want to do something nice for me they can offer to
pick up my groceries. (I can't lift
more than 10 pounds for another
month! Or better yet, come over
and watch the baby while I take a
nap. That would be the best gift of
all. Sign me - I Need A Rest No
Matter How Good I Look
Dear I.N.R. i You need more than
rest. You need to teach your husband
how to do a few things around the
house. Start instruction immediately.
Dear Ann Landers: The letter
from the guy who resented his coworkers for freeloadlng by reading
his morning paper reminded me of
a similar experience years ago. A
fellow I worked with used to bring
the Wilmington Morning News to the
office and read It during lunch. (The
price was then 10 cents.) When he
finished with It, he tossed It in the
waslebasket. I would fish it out and
read my favorite sections.
One day he said, "I think you
ought to pay me a nickel a day for
reading my paper. After all, It costs
me a dime and yon are getting as
much pleasure out of It as I am." I
said, "OK," and gave him a nickel
every day for about a month.
Finally he said, "It's embarrassing to accept a nickel a day from
Ann Landers
you. Would you mind paying me a
quarter a week?" I told him it would
be Just fine and handed him a
quarter every Friday, but I stopped
bringing him bags of peaches, peppers, tomatoes, radishes and beets
from my overloaded garden. I'd say
he made a bum deal. What would you
say? — Longtime Fan
Dear L.T.: I'd say that bird
revealed his true character when he
chirped about the nickel. Cheap,
cheap, cheap.
Dear Ann Landers: How do
parents who have-worked hard all
their lives teach their children
unielfishness and a sense of re•ponsiblllty?
My husband and I had nothing
when we married. The years of hard
work and planning paid off. We are
upper middle-class, comfortable but
not wealthy, proud that we could
give our children advantages we
didn't nave.
The girls are demanding and
selfish. The boys are Irresponsible.
Nothing is treasured or cared for. If
it's ruined or lost the solution Is,
"We can buy another." How will
they survive with that attitude? Can
we help them or Is it too late? —
Mpls. Woes
Dear Mpls: Sounds like your kids
had the disadvantage of too many
advantages. Have they ever worked?
If not, they should. Insist they earn
their allowance. And stop buying
them whatever they ask for. Kids
who are overindulged wind up unmotlvaled and miserable.
What kind of wedding goes with
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Bride's Guide" tells what's right for
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some, but not all the remaining class members who had a good time
over the two-day reunion guessing who's who.
Is traveling worth it?
For years, traveling has been one step above primitive camping
You're thrust into a wilderness surrounded by hidden light switches,
foreign shower spigots, and strangers on all sides of you who are
consumed with their own survival.
There are a lot of people who tell you it doesn't have to be this way
Foremost among these are the catalogues that list page after page
of travel "necessities "
Sure there's your rubber duck and your change of underwear But
wait! You need an iron that weighs 13 ounces and folds up to the size
of a ballpoint pen. You need a hair dryer and a global clock that tells
you what time It is in Amsterdam when you are in Harlan. Ky You
need an adapter to use all that stuff in case you have the wrong
voltage
Don't forget your personal coffeepot and your Walkman. You can
either listen to music on it or take along a special carrying case for
your language cassettes that have you speaking Italian. German or
Boston before you get there. If you're clawing your way up the
corporate ladder, then take your choice of the scores of selfimprovement tapes on "How to Win When You Are Born Shallow "
They recommend taking along your hobbies like a pocket telescope
for bird watching. (Who are we kidding here?) Or, if you're a runner,
there's a special case for your tennis racket or a sport bag that takes
care of your shoes and running clothes.
Don't overlook a portable bicycle If you're into fitness or a 5-inch
television set if you're into body spreading
There are cases for your contact lenses, your pills, your neckties
and little socks that slipcover your shoes
And don't worry about leaving your office. Put it under the seat
in front of you. There's a lap computer, a portable typewriter, word
processor, calculator and compact desk organizer
There are shoe-polishing kits, Swiss knives and lead-laminated
pouches to protect your film from X-ray machines
The only thing the catalogues don't list Is a "Mr. T." to lug all that
stuff around.
It was the same way with camping. The first time we went, we
threw everything into a pillowcase and hit the road In five minutes.
Then we started to add things like a grill, an ice chest and a couple
of lawn chairs.
Later it was a portable table, a tent with a floor in it, a stove,
lanterns and clothesline. Finally, we were taking a humidifier, lawn
torches, ice maker, food processor and valet parking signs.
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TUESDAY. AUGUST 13, 1985
B
Tripucka leads theway
JSBL crowd
was down
from'84
T
he Jersey Shore Summer Basketball
League season came to an end last
night and the impact of the circuit
were somewhat mixed.
On the one hand, there was strong
competition. Seven of the eight teams
were capable of beating one another on
any given night However, attendance
dropped off from recent years, due in
part, to the absence of former JSBL
stars Dan Callandrillo. Clinton Wheeler
and Kelvin Troy who left to compete In
the newly-formed United Slates Basketball League. NBA players Jim Spanarkel
and Mike O'Koren didn't play this
summer either
JSBL commissioner Larry Hennessy
Is aware of the problems and hopes for
better luck next year.
"Attendance has been down a bit,"
Hennessy said, "but we had three weeks
in June before vacationing people came
down to the shore. We had hoped that
local people would support us until they
arrived."
The league had its earliest start in
history with the first games getting
underway June 11 The main reason for
this was to have the league finish its
season before some of the players left to
play either In Europe or for various NBA
rookie and free agent teams. This has
been a frequent occurrence In recent
years
Last year the Headllner won the
regular season, but was ousted early in
the playoffs because four of Its five
starters had left.
The early start was only partially
successful this year, although the two
best teams in the league, Headllner and
Birch Hill, made the finals.
The Headllner lost high-scoring Ale<
Bradley who left for France just before
the end of the seson while Mike Largey
of Ultimate Business Systems, another
of the league's top scorers, played only
half the season before leaving for Israel
The weather was another
according to Hennessy
Birch Hill notches
JSBL title-grabber
l | JIM HlllTEUMAMM
The Register
NEPTUNE — It was a game worthy of a playoff
final, but in the end it was Kelly Tripucka who made
the key points In leading Birch Hill to a hard-fought
88-84 overtime triumph over the Headliner last night
to win the Jersey Shore Summer Basketball League
playoff title two games to one.
Tripucka poured in 46 points Including six in the
overtime, but the Headllner had a chance to win It
in regulation time when Mike Alston was fouled
with no time left and Birch Hill leading, 79-71.
Alston, who Starred at Long Branch High School
and Assumption College (Worcester, Mass.) made
the first to tie the game, but his second attempt was
off the front rim and the game went Into overtime.
"I thought the game was over when Mike made
his first shot," Headliner coach Pat McCann said.
"But those things happen. He had played a great
game."
"I've been here five years and every time it
seems I want to win it more," Tripucka said. "I
keep on playing here because it's a good league. It's
supposed to be fun, but It always turns out to be a
war."
Birch Hill, which had led by as many as 11 points,
seemed to have the game won in regulation time
when Kelly Tripucka put in two foul shots with 1:12
to go to make It 79-74.
The Headliner's Roy Hinson, who had been held
to only four points in the first half on some good
defensive work by 6-10 Tom Seaman, scored on a
three-point play with 1:01 to go.
"I tried to keep him out as far out as I could,"
said Seaman who will be leaving this week for
Europe.
Tripucka missed a jumper and the Headliner's
Dave Williams hit one of two from the foul line to
cut the lead to 79-78 with 27 seconds left. Tom
Siekiewlcz missed a short jumper with five seconds
left and Hinson got the rebound and passed to Alston
who was fouled at the buzzer. He made the first,
but missed the second and the game went Into
overtime.
Tripucka hit on a three-point play and Bob Roma
hit on a short jumper to put Birch Hill up, 84-79.
Alston hit a free throw and Hinson dropped In a
short jumper to make it 8442 with 1:10 left, but
Tripucka hit four straight free throws to clinch it.
Birch Hill outscored the Headllner, 11-2, in the
final three minutes of the first quarter to take a
28-17 lead and held it until the final quarter.
Trailing, 63-56, going into the final quarter, the
Headliner scored the first seven points in the first
minute of play to go in front, 65-63. Two straight
stuff shots by Dave Williams put the losers In front.
Wayne Spells tied the game on a drive but Rich
Brunson put in a jumper to give Birch Hill its final
lead, 67-65. Tripucka hit on a thre-point play to start
a seven-point Birch Hill streak and held the lead
until the buzzer when Alston's free throw tied it
Hinson scored 33 points and grabbed 20 rebounds
for the losers. He was also voted the winner of the
Sportsmanship Award. Kelly Tripucka was named
Most Valuable Player.
Hydroplanes to buzz
Red Bank this week
factor
"It seemed as If If didn't stop raining
in July," Hennessy said "And that hurt
us."
Hennessy was pleased with the caliber
of competition
"We had one of the most exciting
years in terms of close games, " he said
"There were few blowouts and our third,
fourth and fifth place teams iRKE
Lettering, Larson Ford and Staten Island
Bars) had equal records (7-7)."
The only team in the league to win leu
than five games was East Coast Computers 11-13), but even that team was
seldom beaten badly and could have won
three or four more games with some
breaks
Hennessy now looks ahead to next
year.
"What we have to do is get some some
players from the NBA," Hennessy said
"The league sponsors have to get out and
contact some of these players and ask
them to play In the league.
"Financially, we need more support
from Miller Lite (the main league
sponsor)," he added
All Star Team Announced
Detroit Piston star Kelly Tripucka
headed up the annual JSBL All-Star
Team. He averaged 29 points a game in
leading Birch Hill to the league playoff
championship. Also chosen to the first
team were Bradley (26 7 ppg), Tom
Slenkiewicz of Birch Hill (23.8 ppg), Tom
Broderlck of Ultimate (23 9 ppg) and
Bob Mahala (36.6) of Staten Island Bars
Mahala, a 6-1 guard from Wagner
College, was the brightest of the newcomers this year. His point average set
a league record.
Named to the second team were Roy
Hinson (Headllner), Pete LaCorte (East
Coast), Mike Largey (Ultimate), Dave
Hankins (RKE) and Boo Bowers (Larson
Ford).
Third team members were: Tom
Seaman (Birch Hill), John Ebeling
(Ultimate), Rich Pass (Pine Belt), Karl
Towns (Pine Belt) and Ken Webb
(Larson Ford).
Trlpacka. Hlason, Differ oa Ewlng
New York Knlcks' rookie star Pat
Ewing's request for 30 millions dollars
for 10 years met with mixed reactions
from Tripucka and Hinson, the two NBA
players currently playing in the JSBL.
"That's absurd," Tripucka said. "Ewing is great for New York and deserves
some money, but he has yet to play a
game In the league. Let him prove
himself.
"Guys like Larry Bird, Magic Johnson
and Isaiah Thomas earn their salaries,"
he said. "If Ewing asks for three million
dollars a year, maybe I should ask for
two million."
Hinson, the former Rutgers' star who
is a starting forward for the Cleveland
Cavaliers, had a different point of view.
"I hope he gets the money," Hinson
•aid. "I wish nothing but the best for
him."
THE REQISTER/CJflOLINE E. COUIQ
HUMAN BLOCKAGE - Birch Hill's Steve Hefele (26) attempts to
block out Headliner's Wayne Golden (17) during last night's Jersey
Shore Basketball League championship. Birch Hill's Bob Roma (27)
watches the action at the Headliner. Birch Hill took the crown, 88-84,
in overtime.
SPEED APLENTY — That's what you'll see
this weekend on the Navesink River at the loot
of Marine Park in Red Bank when the National
Sweepstakes Regatta rolls in for the 46th time.
The two-day event will include eight different
classes of boats to thrill the crowds.
RED BANK - The 46th renewal of the N a t i o n a l
Sweepstakes Regatta will buzz
into this borough Saturday at
11:30 p.m.
The two-day event will continue Sunday with a starting time
of 11 a.m.
Eight different classes of
boats, including the Jersey Speed
Skiffs, the super stocks, the ski
racing runabouts, 5/7 litre
hydroplanes, 280 hydros, 1200
hydros, 145 hydros and the 2.5
hydros will grace the Navesink
River in displays of speed and
power that has thrilled crowds
for years
Also included on Sunday are
three grand prix events The
Governor's Cup, the Waterford
Grand Prix and the Monmouth
County Grand Prix — all fivela ppers
Jeanne Haviland, the commodore, who has played a strong
role in the regatta Tor 12 years,
is praying for two days of the
lightest of winds and clear skies
to make this a successful event.
Because of the speeds these
crafts are able to reach, conditions both in the sky and on the
water, must be good
The regatta committee has
honored Dave Tilton, a devoted
follower of the National
Sweepstakes Regatta for many
years, as this year's honorary
commodore
This year's referees are Gene
DeFalco (Saturday) and Charles
Homickle on Sunday. The inspector is Henry Wendt and the chief
scorer is Kathleen Jamison
Birdsall Corporation of Belmar
is in charge of surveying and Lou
Jordan will provide medical service.
Yanks cut Blue Jays'lead;
Mets hold lead in NL East
CHICAGO (AP) - Ron Hassey's tie-breaking
second homer of the game triggered a seven-run
seventh inning that gave Phil Nlekro his 295th
career victory and led the New York Yankees to a
10-4 victory over the Chicago White Sox last night.
The triumph was their seventh straight, giving
the Yankees their longest winning streak of the
season. It lifted them to within six games of firstplace Toronto, which lost to Texas 54.
Nlekro, 11-9,- gave up seven hits, struck out seven
and walked only one. He gave up two home runs to
Ron KltUe.
Hassey started the seventh with a homer and
capped It with a run-scoring single. In between,
Mike Pagllarulo hit a two-run homer, his 11th, and
Ken Griffey hit a three-run double.
Hassey hit a two-run homer in a three-run fifth
and broke the tie after his two passed balls had
enabled the White Sox to tie the game in the sixth
inning.
Hassey, who has eight home runs this year, has
two two-homer games. He hit two on June 9 in
Baltimore.
Chicago starter Gene Nelson, 7-7, was the loser.
The Yankees took a 3-0 lead In the fifth. Don
Baylor was hit by a pitch and Hassey followed with
his first homer of the game. Two outs later, Bobby
Meacham singled and scored on a double by Rickey
Henderson.
Kittle homered in the fifth and the Sox tied it In
the sixth after two were out. Bryan Little beat out
a bunt single and scored on a double by Harold
Balnes Balnes went to third, then scored, on
successive passed balls charged to Hassey.
Hassey quickly made up for the passed balls when
he hit Nelson's first pitch In the seventh deep into
right-center off the upperdeck facade.
Kittle hit his 12th homer of the year with two out
In the ninth.
MeU4,PhiUk»3
NEW YORK - Sid Fernandez had to settle for
tying his major league career high with 13
strikeouts after losing his bid for his first shutout,
but the 22-year-old left-hander of the New York
Met* finally believes in himself.
Fernandez was lifted in the top of the ninth inning
after giving up two straight hits — only the second
and third he alloed - and then lost his shutout when
reliever Roger McDowell served up a three-run
homer to Glenn Wilson.
It marked the third straight time that McDowell
has given up a homer in relief of Fernandez, 4-6,
but the Mets held on for a victory, their eighth In
a row. Jesse Orosco registered the final two outs
for his 12th save.
"I no longer have any self-doubt," explained the
6-foot-l. 220-pound Fernandez. "Now, I believe in
myself.
"No question, I was disappointed in not finishing,
but I respect the manager's (Davey Johnson's)
judgment. I understood that he was trying to help
me get the win, and thinking about it now, he
definitely made the right decision."
Johnson, booed loudly as he returned to the
dugout after bringing in McDowell, explained, "Sid
had thrown 133 pitches. I figured a fresh McDowell
would help him get the victory.
"This is the third time that Roger has given up
the dinger (home run) in relieving Sid, and I'll
remember that for the future.
"I wanted badly for Fernandez to win, but by the
same token, I didn't want to push htm too far. He
had outstanding stuff, wasn't fighting himself and
went at them. He was a professional pitcher, and
even though his record doesn't prove it. he's been
outstanding all season."
Keith Hernandez drove In three runs Monday
night and Wally Backman had three hits and scored
three times for the Mets.
Fernandez was rolling along with a one-hitter —
a two-out bloop single by Garry Maddox in the
second Inning — before Rick Schu opened the ninth
with a double, followed by a bunt single by Mike
Schmidt. That brought on McDowell, who gave the
homer to Glenn Wilson, got one out and then
surrendered an Infield single to pinch hitter Greg
Gross.
Jesse Orosco got the final two outs for his 12th
save. Fernandez allowed four walks in beating John
Denny, 7-9, who allowed all four New York runs.
Hernandez had a double and single in two at-bats
and also had a sacrifice fly, giving him nine for the
season to tie a club record. Backman extended his
hitting streak to 11 games and stole his 20th base.
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acTS 295th — New York Yankees' ageless knuckleballer Phil Niekro
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SPORTS BRIEFS
Berra, Lyle set for Convention Hall
ASBl'RY PARK - Hall ol
Fame catcher Yogi Berra
and super relief pitcher
Sparky Lyle will be appear this
weekend at Convention Hall
Berra. who hit 321 career
homers and drove in 1.430 runs,
will appear at the Baseball on
the Boardwalk" baseball card
show Saturday He will be available (or autographs between 3:30
p m and 5 30 and again from 7
p in until 9 The Saturday show
hours are between noon and 10
A
pm
Lyle. who posted a 2.81 lifetime earned run average, will
accomodate fans for three hours
on Sunday beginning at 12 30
p.m. Show hours for Sunday are
10:30 am until 5 pm There is
a card and memorabilia auction
scheduled for 4 p.m.
Information on the show is
available from Ed Walsh's Sports
Corner. 1175 Broad St.,
Shrewsbury, or at 542-2273
Four divisions to race at Wall
W
ALL - Saturday night's
program at Wall Stadium
will again have four
divisions of stock cars competing
in qualifying heats on the way to
their features
The modifieds will kick off the
first of four feature evetns. going
35 laps The MAD group will race
in a 15-lap feature; the moderns
will go 25. and the street stocks
will compete at 20 laps Saturday's program will begin at 7
p in with the gates opening at 5
Action will continue at Wall
Stadium through Oct. 19 with
special shows scheduled Among
them are the Budweiser Crown
Classic, Sept 21; Jack Hart
Memorial Night, Oct. 5, and the
season's finale, the 12 annual
Turkey Derby, Nov 29 and 30
The next demolition derby will be
Sept. 1 with over 100 cars
expected
Tony Siscone of Hammonton
won a spot in the CAM 2 Race of
Champions at Pocono Speedway,
Sept 15, by winning the qualifier
at Wall last Saturday. Dave
Michel of Manahawkin was the
MAD feature; Harold Daunceyof
Jackson took the modern stock
feature, and Ken Green of Brick
Township captured the street
stock main event
Lee enters Insurance golf field
C
OLUMBl'S. Ind - Michael
Lee of Shrewsbury will be in
the field of 150 young golfers
in the 17th annual Big "I"
Insurance Youth Golf Classic at
Otter Creek Golf Course, Aug
17-20
Lee earned his berth through
local and state tourneys which
had 9.000 entrants Otter Creek is
rated one of the top 10 public golf
courses in the country and was
designed by Robert Trent Jones
Highlight of the tournament
will be the final two days when
the top 60 juniors who survive the
36-hole cut will play with 20
members of the touring PGA
professionals
MS Bicycle tour slated for Belmar
B
ELMAR - Volunteers are
busily preparing for the Sept
7 Multiple Sclerosis Bicycle
Tour and Ultra Run for M.S.
Over 700 are expected to participate
Funds raised from the event go
to the 1.500 local people with MS
Bikers may begin from any of
three starting points Brookdale
Community College, Colonial
Park in Somerset County or
Washington's Crossing Park in
Titusville
More information on helping
this fifth annual event may be
obtained by contacting the
Mid jersey Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society
at 801 Belmar Plaza or by calling
681-2322. 828-1455 or 609-586-5406
Cyclists to converge in Newark
N
EWARK - The only stage
bicycle race in New Jersey
will cover 230 miles, Sept S.
6 and 7 Sanctioned by the U.S.
Cycling Federation, the race has
been organized by the University
of Medicine and Dentistry of
New Jersey, which is joined in
sponsorship by the Blue Cross
and Blue Shield, the governor's
Council on Physical Fitness and
Sports, and the state Department
of Health
The race will traverse 10
counties and 101 towns and has
been designed to heighten the
public's awareness of the relationship between personal lifestyle and health status and to
motivate individuals to reach
their health potential.
Michael Rounds of Warwick.
R.I . the 1983 and 1984 winner,
will again compete Cyclists are
expected from foreign countries
to compete for prizes totaling
$5,000 The race will begin at
High Point State Park and finish
two days later on the Atlantic
City Boardwalk
Wall's Curran to play at Gettysburg
G
ETTYSBURG. Pa - Cocaptain Dennis Curran of
Wall will be among 33 lettermen reporting for football
practice at Gettysburg College
Curran is a 6-l' 216-pound of-
fensive guard and former Register All-County performer
The Bullets have been 8-2 and
co-champs of the Centennial
Football Conference the past two
seasons.
RBC seeks soccer, grid coaches
R
ED BANK - Red Bank
Catholic has vacancies for
two coaching positions: assistant boys soccer and assistant
football
Applicants must be either
certified of have a minimum of
60 college credits and may contact the athletic director at Red
Bank Catholic
Reggie ties McCovey,
Williams with 521 HRs
REGGIE JACKSON
SEATTLE (API — Reggie Jackson moved into a tie with Ted
Williams and Willie McCovey for
the number eight spot on the alltime homer list when he hit his 521st
career home run last night.
Jackson's 18th home run of the
year came in the first inning of the
first game of a doubleheader between the Angels and the Seattle
Mariners.
Jackson went to left field on a 1-0
pitch from Seattle's Frank Wills for
his 18th homer of the season. The 39year-old slugger had not homered
since July 30 and last had an RBI on
July 31.
It was Jackson's 96th homer with
the Angels. He hit 254 with the
Kansas City and Oakland As, 27
with the Baltimore Orioles and 144
with the New York Yankees.
Jimmy Foxx, with 534 home runs,
is seventh on the all-time list and the
next target for Jackson
Mattingly is AL player of week
NEW YORK (API - First
baseman Don Mattingly of the New
York Yankees, the defending American League batting champion, was
named the AL Player of the Week
yesterday after posting a 542 batting average and 1042 slugging
average during Aug 5-11.
Mattingly had 13 hits in 24 at-bats
for 25 total bases His six games
included three doubles, three home
runs, five runs batted in and 11 runs
scored His on-base percentage was
621
Spend a Buck assigned 118 pounds
for Saturday's Monmouth Handicap
IT JOE NINTELJUNN
The Register
OCEANPORT - Hunter Farms
Spend a Buck has been assigned 118
pounds for the $250,000 Grade I
Monmouth Handicap at Monmouth
Park this Saturday.
Racing Secretary Robert Kulina
yesterday released the weights assigned to the 24 nominees for the
stakes event.
The Monmouth Handicap is
carded for 3-year-olds and up going
one mile and one-eighth over the
main track. The race will mark the
first time that Spend a Buck has
faced older horses
Kenneth Opstein s Gate Dancer
and Peter M. Brant's Track Barren.
both 4-year-olds, were assigned cohigh weight of 126 pounds for the
Monmouth. but neither is expected
to start
Both Dee Jo Stable's Valiant Lark
(115) and Mr. Zookies' Men (110)
are definite starters in the race.
Valiant Lark won the Salvator Mile
here on Aug. 6, but in his previous
race, the Five Star Flight Stakes
here on July 27, ran second to Meru
Meru ran out in the Salvator
Black Chip Stables Wild Again
(124), Virginia K. Payson's Carr de
Naskra (120) and Jacques D
Wimpfheimer's Bounding Basque
(115) are possible starters for the
Monmouth.
Trainer Sonny Hine called Kulina
Monday to inform him that Skip
Trial, who defeated Spend a Buck in
the Haskell, would pass the race in
favor of the $250,000 Travers Stakes
at Saratoga on the same day. Skip
Trial would have carried 113 pounds
here.
"The Monmouth Handicap is going to be a small field, small but
select, ' Kulina said, upon hearing
from Hine.
Kim Gibson's Bracalena, idle
since Feb 17, heads a field of 10 In
the Fair Haven Handicap this after-
THE REGISTER
EVERYONE NEEDS A BATH - Spend a Buck,
Ihe Kentucky Derby and Jersey Derby champion
who is spending some lime at Monmouth Park, gels
a a good going over by his grooms m the stable
area. Spend a Buck will run this Saturday in the
$250,000 Monmouth Handicap
noon at Monmouth Park. The Fair
Haven, for New Jersey-bred fillies
and mares, 3-year-olds and up, will
be run at six furlongs over the main
track. Post time for the first race is
130 p m
John J Lenzini. has six wins, six
seconds and three thirds from 19
career starts She won the Northfield Handicap at Atlantic City in
her previous start on July 26
Anthony Trebino rides at 118 pounds
Bracalena, the high-weight at 123
pounds, has won 10 of 19 starts for
earnings of $211,036 Joe Rocco has
been named to ride the Philip
Grimm, Jr trainee
Just Smashing, conditioned by
Anthony J Bardaro. has posted two
wins and three seconds from six
starts this year The 3-year-old
Explodent filly has a career record
of four wins, three seconds and a
third from 12 efforts
R T Bantivoglio's Brenda's
Bridges and Bright View Farm's
Just Smashing are threats to the top
one Brenda's Bridges, trained by
Jockey Michael Morgan drove
Greentree Stables Ends Well to
victory over Who's for Dinner,
ridden by Angel Cordero, Jr , in the
United Nations Handicap at Atlantic
City on Saturday night
Because of the fire at Arlington
Park. Chicago-based trainer Buddy
Sarner shipped four stakes-caliber
horses, including Banne/^Bob. to
Monmouth Park to race before the
meeting ends Banner Bob will be
pointed to the $75,000 Choice Stakes
here on closing day
Sarner made his presence felt
immediately on Saturday by saddling Tura Lura Lura (15 60) for a
victory in the fourth race
Nets will name Wohl to coach team
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) - The NewJersey Nets announced yesterday they have once
again ended a search for a successor to Stan
Albeck, and apparently will name Dave Wohl as
head coach of the team where he ended his
playing career eight years ago
Nets spokesman Jim Lampariello said the new
coach would be announced at a news conference
today, but "I can't tell you who it is '
Sources close to the National Basketball
Association teams could, and they said it was
Wohl. who has spent the last three seasons as an
assistant coach with the Los Angeles Lakers
The Nets once before called a news conference
to name a replacement for Albeck, who left the
team after last season to became the head coach
of the Chicago Bulls.
V'illanova Coach Rollie Massimino was offered
the head coaching job in June, but he turned down
the Nets' lucrative offer just hours before a news
conference at which he was to be introduced
Lewis Schaffel, the Nets executive vice
president, was in a meeting and did not return a
telephone call to comment on the selection of the
coach.
Wohl would become the ninth head coach of the
Nets and their sixth in the last five seasons He
played in 47 games for the Nets during the 1876-77
and the 1977-78 seasons, and was released by the
club on Nov 19, 1977. ending a seven-year NBA
career
The Nets have made the playoffs in each of the
last four seasons, but made it past the first round
of postseason action only once That was in the
1983-84 season when Albeck guided the club to a
stunning first-round playoff victory over the
defending NBA champion Philadelphia 76ers
The team posted a disappointing 42-40 record
last season as injuries constantly forced Albeck
to juggle his lineups He left after the season,
saying Chicago offered him a chance to be closer
to his parents,' who live in a suburb of that city
Wohl. a New York City native who grew up in
East Brunswick in central New Jersey, was an
All-Ivy League selection during his last two
season at the University of Pennsylvania The
guard led the Quakers to a combined 53-3 record,
two Ivy League titles and two NCAA tournament
appearances during his junior and senior seasons
A third-round draft choice of the 76ers in 1971.
Wohl also played for Portland. Buffalo and
Houston prior to joining the Nets In all, he played
in 410 games and averaged 6 2 points
The Nets gave Wohl a job as an assistant coach
under Cevin Loughery during the 1978-79 season
and he became the head coach and general
manager of the Philadelphia Fox of the Women's
Basketball League in the fall of 1979 The club
folded a few months later
Wohl spent the next three seasons as an
assistant coach with the Milwaukee Bucks before
moving on to Los Angeles, where he was in charge
of scouting and video work for the Lakers
Cards keep pace in National East
ST. LOUIS (AP) - John Tudor
scattered five hits over eight innings
for his 14th victory in his last 15
starts, and Darrell Porter hit a
three-run homer last night to cap a
five-run fifth inning that propelled
the St Louis Cardinals to an 8-1
victory over the Pittsburgh Pirates
Tudor, the major league shutout
leader with six, was reached for a
run when rookie Sammy Khalifa
singled home Mike Brown, who had
doubled, with two out in the Pittsburgh seventh Tudor, 15-8, struck
out seven and walked four in
lowering his earned run average to
2.07.
Rookie Vince Coleman had two
hits for the Cardinals and swiped
three bases, giving him a major
league leading 81 for the season. In
the fifth inning, following a leadoff
single, Coleman stole both second
and third for the eighth time this
season to set up the decisive rally
Andy Van Slyke and Willie
McGee, who had three hits to raise
his National League leading average
to 354, also stole bases for St. Louis,
with Van Slyke scoring the game's
first run after singling and swiping
second in the second.
After Terry Pendleton's single
chased home Van Slyke, St. Louis
made it 2-0 in the third on McGee s
leadoff double, a wild pitch by Jim
Winn, 2-5, and Tommy Herr's single.
Pittsburgh r e l i e v e r Larry
McWilliams later yielded a two-run
pinch single to Tito Landrum ahead
of Porter's homer, his sixth of the
year, after Winn left with the bases
full and one out in the fifth.
McGee got his league-leading 14th
triple and scored his third run of the
night when Herr hit a sacrifice fly
in the St. Louis sixth.
Rangers 5, Blue Jays 4
ARLINGTON. Texas - Wayne
Tolleson drove in Steve Buechele
with a one-out single in the bottom
of the ninth inning to give the Texas
Rangers a victory over the Toronto
Blue Jays.
Buechele led off the ninth with a
double off Bill Caudill, 44, and
advanced to third on Geno Petralli's
sacrifice bunt before Tolleson delivered his game-winning hit.
Dwayne Henry picked up the
victory in his first major-league
appearance despite giving up the
tying run in the top of the ninth
The Blue Jays tied the score with
two outs in the ninth inning when
Damaso Garcia singled home Manny Lee from second Lee was
running for Al Oliver, who had
singled and taken second on Ernie
Whitt's single
Cliff Johnson hit a three-run
homer in the bottom of the eighth
inning off Caudill, giving the
Rangers a 4-3 lead
Xoronto's Tony Fernandez
tripled, doubled and scored two
runs. Over his last nine games,
Fernandez has 11 hits, seven of them
doubles and two of them triples.
Royals 3, Red Sox t
BOSTON - Mark Gubicia and
Dan Quisenberry combined on a
seven-hitter as the Kansas City
Royals handed Boston a fourth
consecutive defeat in their victory
over the Red Sox
Gubicza earned the ninth victory
in his last 11 decisions and improved
his record to 9-6. Quisenberry relieved with two outs in the seventh,
the score 3-1 and runners on first
and third bases
He struck out Jim Rice and went
on to earn his 26th save, tops in.the
American League, despite giving up
Rich Gedman's run-scoring double
in the ninth.
The Royals, improving their record to 16-7 since the All-Star break,
picked up single runs off Al Nipper,
7-8, in the second, fifth and eighth
innings.
Mariners t, Angels i
SEATTLE Phil Bradleys
homer with two out in the bottom of
the ninth inning gave the Seattle
Mariners a victory over the California Angels in the first game of
their doubleheader
Bradley crushed reliever Donnie
Moore's first pitch to him and drove
it 20 rows into the center-field
bleachers. It was Bradleys 15th
homer and dropped Moore's record
to 7-5.
Ed Nunez, 6-1, came on in the
ninth inning with two men on and got
the final two outs to pick up the
victory. •
The Angels, led by Reggie Jack-
son's 521st career home run. carried
a 5-2 lead into the eighth inning but
the Mariners rallied to tie the score
with three runs
With two outs. Barry Bonnell hit
a two-run homer off starter Mike
Witt, his first of the season Moore
came on and was greeted by Dave
Henderson's 10th home run of the
season
Cubs I. Expos 7
CHICAGO - Thad Bosleys second home run of the game, a two-run
shot in the eighth inning, rallied
Chicago past the Montreal Expos
and snapped the Cubs' seven-game
losing streak
Bosley belted a pinch-hit, threerun homer in the sixth inning that
tied the game at 6-6 Bosley. who
leads the National League with 13
pinch hits, then remained in the
game in left field.
Bosleys winning homer came
with two outs off reliever Jeff
Reardon, 2-5 Chris Speier had
singled with one out and was
replaced by pinch-runner Larry
Bowa before Bosley connected for
his fourth home run of the season
Reliever Dave Gumpert won his
first decision of the season and Lee
Smith pitched the ninth for his 24th
save
Brewers 4, Tigers 3
MILWAUKEE - Earnest Riles
collected three hits and drove in
what proved to be the decisive run
with an single during Milwaukee's
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three-run uprising in the eighth
inning as the Brewers defeated the
Detroit Tigers
Trailing 2-1, the Brewers scored
three runs with the help of two Tiger
errors in the eighth Detroit starter
Frank Tanana gave up a leadoff
single to Ed Romero and was
relieved by Willie Hernandez. 7-6
Indians 8, Orioles S
BALTIMORE - Pat Tabler drove
in three runs, two with a basesloaded single, and the Cleveland
Indians scored five runs in the first
inning as they defeated the Baltimore Orioles
Tabler has driven in 13 runs while
going 6-for-6 in bases-loaded situations this season, making him 21for-33 with 54 RBI in such opportunities over the past three years
with Cleveland.
Twins 4-S. As 1-4
MINNEAPOLIS Tom
Brunansky hit a solo home run to
lead off the bottom of the eighth
inning and lift the Minnesota Twins
to victory and a sweep of their
doubleheader with the Oakland A's
Home runs by Roy Smalley and
Mark Salas supported Bert
Blyleven's four-hitter and led
Minnesota to victory in the first
game
Brunansky's homer, off Chris
Codiroli, 10-9, was his 20th of the
year. It made a winner of Steve
Howe.
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TUESDAY. AUGUST 13. 1985
Cubs ask waiver on Bowa
CHICAGO (AP) - The Chicago Cubi yesterday asked
(or waivers on 16-year major league veteran Larry
Bowa, (or the purpose o( giving him his unconditional
release, team officials said.
The team immediately recalled two players from its
Class AAA Iowa (arm team yesterday, bringing the
roster up to the full 25-man limit. Shortstop Shawon
Dunston, who had beaten Bowa out (or the starting job
in spring training, only to be sent down to the minors
May l i when his batting and (ielding failed to live up
to expectations, was one of the players recalled.
Also brought up was left-handed pitcher Steve Engel,
who had an 0-1 record in an earlier stint with the team
this season.
Bowa, 39, was batting .246, after a poor start, with
no homers and 13 RBI in 71 games this year. He had
committed nine errors.
"No one likes to get released and when Dallas
(General Manager Green) called me in after the game
he told me it was the toughest thing he had to do," said
Bowa.
"This was going to be my last year as far as I was
concerned, but I thought they would have waited until
September to do it when the kids came up from the
minors."
"I don't plan on it (playing) . . unless a team that's
in first place or contending cailed me, well, then I'd
think about it. But right now, no I don't have any plans
on playing again."
Williams stands
trial for bribery
"This is my decision to do it now," Green said.
"This will give us an opportunity to see Shawon play
another 50 games. And the timing may be such that
Larry could possibly go to another ballclub to finish his
career If that's what he wants.
"I don't think anybody doubts my respect (or Larry's
ability to play shortstop. He has proven time and again
that he is one of the best shortstops in the National
League," Green said.
"I'm proud of the contribution he gave the Cubs
organization in helping it come to respectability,"
Green said in a statement.
Bowa was the starting shortstop last year when the
Cubs won the National League East title, their first
championship of any kind since IMS.
Bowa entered the season as the all-time leader in
fielding percentage for a major-league shortstop with
over 1,000 games, is a two-tune Gold Glove winner, and
in 1979 set a major league record with a .001 fielding
percentage.
He is tied for most times leading the league in (ielding
percentage with (lve.
Going into the season he had a lifetime batting
average of .281 in 2,161 games.
He played most of his career with Philadelphia before
he was traded along with Ryne Sandberg to the Cubs
in 1982
Bowa played his 2,154th game on May 10, to break the
National League record previously held by Rabbit
Maranaville. He played 2,212 career games at shortstop.
a better shot to come back with."
The biggest upset of the afternoon was the win by
34th-seed Marc Flur over fellow American, Paul
Annacone, seeded 17th.
Annacone took little time in handing Flur a 6-3 loss
in the first set but Flur rallied to take the next two 6-4,
6-4.
In other matches, Chris Pridham of Toronto lost his
first set against Jonathan Canter of the U.S. 6-0 before
they went game (or game, and point for point that ended
in a 7-6 tiebreaker win in favor of Canter
Chip Hooper used a cannonball of a serve to oust
fellow American Peter Fleming
Memphis State and Southern Mississippi games are expected to be
introduced in evidence
Green is representing Williams,
who Is accused of two counts of
fixing Tulane games against
Memphis State and Southern Mississippi and of three counts of conspiring to fix basketball games.
"You will hear they viewed the
films, how they looked at the films,
and they're going to say, "This kid
didn't do anything wrong.'"
Among those scheduled to testify
against Williams are three former
teammates, Clyde Eads and Jon
Johnson, testifying under grants of
immunity, and Bobby Thompson,
testifying as part of plea bargain.
Sundstrom advances at Player's net
MONTREAL (AP) - No. 11 seed Henrik Sundstrom
of Sweden easily defeated Derek Segal of Toronto 6-1,
6-2 yesterday in the opening day of the $368,000 Player's
International tennis tournament.
"I think the score tells what happened in the match,"
said Sundstrom, ranked 19th in the world. "It was not
that close."
Segal took the loss in stride, saying it was an honor
playing against a world-class player.
"I went into the match thinking I had nothing to lose,"
said Segal, seeded 49th amongst the 56 competitors "He
is quick, he is accurate
he always seemed to have
NEW ORLEANS (AP) - Former
Tulane University basketball player
John "Hot Rod" Williams was the
victim of a frameup by fellow team
members jealous of his ability and
desperate for money to pay for their
drug habits, Chicago attorney
Michael Green said yesterday.
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"We have three basketball
coaches who have looked at every
one of these films with a thought in
mind that John Williams did something wrong," Green said.
In the state's opening arguments,
Assistant District Attorney Bruce
Whittaker said every step of the
conspiracy and bribery scheme was
carried out with Williams' full
knowledge "not because they had to,
but because they wanted to."
Part of the prosecution's evidence
against Williams is a videotaped
statement taken on the night he was
arrested.
' 'You listen to all the evidence and
to what the judge has to tell you,
then the only just conclusion is that
John Williams is guilty on all five
counts," Whittaker said.
Green said, "You will hear him
say within an hour of his arrest and
without a lawyer, just a kid from
Sorrento, 'I didn't do nothing
wrong.'"
As its first witness, the prosecution called FBI agent William L.
Holmes, assigned for the past 10
years to the gambling unit in
Washington, D.C.
When Williams mentions taking
money, he's talking about money
given to him in violation of NCAA
regulations and not bribes from
fixing games, Green said.
In addition, videotapes of the
In earlier testimony yesterday on
the opening day of the trial, Thompson outlined the plans he and others
made to fix three 1985 college
basketball games.
Browns slice O.J.'s
blocker DeLamielleure
Hf Tit HiiltWll Prw
Guard Joe DeLamielleure, a
member of the Electric Company
that "turned on the Juice" during
O.J Simpson's record season with
the Buffalo Bills, was cut yesterday
by the National Football League's
Cleveland Browns, Jeopardizing his
streak of 175 consecutive games
Among the other notables cut
yesterday were veteran wide receiver Alfred Jackson of the Atlanta
Falcons, safety Jeff Nixon of the
Bills, and quarterback Wayne
Peace, a castoff from the United
States Football League who had
signed as a free agent with the
Cincinnati Bengals
NFL teams, whose rosters generally number in the 70s and 80a these
days, have to be pared to 60 players
on Aug 20,50 players on Aug 27 and
the 45-man limit on Sept 2.
DeLamielleure's streak, which he
shares with punter Ray Guy of the
Los Angeles Raiders, Is second
among active players only to Dave
Dalby's 189 in a row for the Raiders
DeLamielleure teamed with
linemen Reggie McKeniie, Mike
Montler, Dave Foley and Donnle
Green and tight end Paul Seymour
in 1973 to open the holes for Simpson
when he rushed for 2,003 yards, a
record surpassed last season by
Eric Dickerson, who gained 2,105 for
the Los Angeles Rams
DeLamielleure, 34, a 12-year veteran out of Michigan State, was
Buffalo's first-round draft pick in
1973, played seven seasons with the
Bills, then was traded to Cleveland
(or the Browns' second-round pick in
1981 and third-round pick in 1982. He
was a six-time Pro Bowl selection
11975-80) and was named by the Hall
of Fame as a member of its All-NFL
squad of the 1970s.
DeLamiellure, who sat out last
Saturday night's 12-7 exhibition loss
to San Diego, because of what he
said was leg cramps, left for his
home in Charlotte, N.C.. before the
cut was announced. Dan Fike, who
played for the USFL's Tampa Bay
Bandits, is expected to replace
DeLamielleure
The Browns also cut free-agent
defensive back Terry Minor from
Knoxville College, and punter John
Vmasco from Evansville. And quarterback Paul McDonald was nudged
a bit closer to the cut list when
Schottenheimer said rookie Bernie
Kosar and veteran Gary Danielson,
the latter acquired from Detroit,
will play in the Browns' exhibition
against visiting Philadelphia.
Jackson was Atlanta's fifth alltime leading receiver and the
Falcons' No. 2 receiver last season,
when he caught 52 passes for 731
yards, second to Stacey Bailey's 67
catches (or 1,138 yards. .Jackson's
193-yard game last year against San
Francisco set a club single-game
receiving record.
The Falcons also cut wide receiver Perry Tut tie, a (our-year
veteran who came to Atlanta last
season on waivers from Tampa Bay,
and free-agent rookie punter Mike
Miller. Tuttle the Bills' No 1 draft
choice in 1982, was traded to Tampa
Bay before the 1984 season, then was
claimed on waivers by Atlanta six
weeks into the season. He had only
one reception for 7 yards for the
Falcons
Nixon was one of six players cut
by the Bills, who picked up freeagent tight end Eason Ransom, a
six-year veteran with San Francisco
and Houston Nixon had a knee
operation two years ago and sat out
the 1983 and 1964 seasons. Among
the five free agents dropped by
Buffalo was guard Rudy Phillips of
North Texas State, who played four
seasons with Ottawa of the Canadian
Football League and twice was
named the CFL's premier lineman:
Peace, a former University of
Florida star, was listed as Cincinnati's fourth quarterback behind
Ken Anderson and reserves Turk
Schonert and Boomer Esiason He
was the only QB who didn't play In
Cincinnati's 35-27 loss to Kansas
City on Saturday night. He was
signed by Cincinnati after vetoing a
trade from the Bandits to the
Portland Breakers in the I'SFL
Also cut by the Bengals were wide
receivers Gary .Williams and Darrell Smith, linebacker Bernard King
and guard Louis Garza
Elsewhere:
— The Washington Redskins
signed tight end David Hersey,
formerly of the USFL's Los Angeles
Express, and cut tight end David
Mills, linebacker Keith Biggers and
running backs Greg Jones and Ron
Jackson The Redskins also formally announced that 36-year-old
running back John Rigglns had
agreed to a contract for 1985 season.
Terms of the contract were not
officially announced, but The Associated Press learned last week
that it Is worth 1850,000. the highestsum ever paid an NFL running back
for a single season
— The Green Bay Packers cut
guard Dave Dreschler, who failed
his physical after undergoing back
surgery in the offseason, guard
Leotis Harris, tackle Gary Hoffman, linebacker Cliff Lewis, nose
tackle George Small, safety Mark
Allen, tight end Curt Cole and guard
Morris Johnson, the Packers' ninthround draft pick, and placed halfback Del Rodgers and linebacker
Rich Wlngo on Injured reserve,
— The Denver Broncos cut kicker
Steve Schonert, quarterback Buddy
Funck, offensive linemen Dan
Lynch, Russell Gallon and Mao Mao
Niko; wide receiver Steve Price,
defensive lineman Jim Joyce,
linebacker Tommy Thurson and
defensive back Nat Ceasar,
— The San Francisco 49ers released running back Garrett Moore,
defensive back Gardner Williams
and defensive end Lloyd Mumphrey,
— The New England Patriots cut
defensive end George Crump, who
spent the last two seasons on injured
reserve, and five rookie free agents
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SCOREBOARD
TUESDAY. AUGUST 13, 1985
HORSE RACING
BASEBALL
MONMOUTH PARK POST TIME 1:30 P.M.
monmouth par* antnaa
lal 117,too. Mtfn , I «e I aa, IM I
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20-1
2a Sonott (floccol
4-1
3 R Ptaceoitherock (Thomburg)
I & I
4 Gams try Sate (AnHty)
6-1
5 Firsi 5ur (MatarMMi)
15-1
6a Kinknchaa (Mawndai)
t>1
7 joe Menus (Rocco)
UV1
B Garytjwen (Thomas)
20-1
9 Lord Carnarven (Rown)
15-1
10 Righteous Pnnce (Rivera)
3-1
11 Thurbar*a Boy (Roeco)
,
6-1
i? Baby Bueh (Guerra)
6-1
ma: 66.660, Ctmf., l ro * up. I M * 1/16
1a On [he Contrary (Verge)
6-1
?i C/sr's Ottt (Anttay)
6-1
3 Punker (Morgan)
20-1
4 Round Tnp Flight (Querra)
10-1
5 Mystic Era (MarQuei)
5-1
6" Geflam Talk (Anttey)
6-1
T Sur Blue (Vega)
6-1
6 Tuoadar (Guerre]
4-1
0 OevMh Pleasure (Rivera)
3-1
10 Vary Rewarding (Nwd)
.
20-1
11 iva Had Beflar (Toro)
20-.
12 J P's New Badge (Verge)
12-1
AEa Tomim (Verge)
10-1
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2 Jennie's W«h (Antley)
10-1
3 Saw Comeeu (Ruieno)
18-1
4 Angtea Imp (Morgan)
4-t
3 Humble Castle (Verge)
5-2
6 Golden Chain (Mrtendai)
20-1
7 All ever Prune (Thomaa)
0-2
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Grand Cayrnar> (Rocoo)
12-1
2 Shack Dance* (No Rider)
10-1
3 Aqueoogue (Pnvatara)
... . .2-1
4 Porrwood (Verge)
4-1
5 Rule Dy Reason (Cuavaa)
15-1
6 Fabulous Faaat (Marque*)
. „ 7-1
7 Royal Potentate (No R<dar)
10-1
6 Cui a Star (Ned)
10-1
9 Ftambulara (Murphy)
12-1
10 Mai Tai Art (Lloyd)
6-t
11 Super Delight {McCeuley)
10-»
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Randy's Rocket (Qigho)
5-1
2 Potomac Glow (M«ah)
9-2
3 Sporting Free (Rrvara)
6-1
4 Furminator (Antlay)
12-1
5 La Wigg (Krone)
3-1
6 T Bear Esquire (Saniagata)
4-t
7 Makaiita (Morganl
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6-1
6 President's Scout (Vaga)
20-1
9 Endured (No Rider)
10-1
10 R>cn Git (No Rider)
15-1
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6-t
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10-1
3 E*pdcrf Gal (Antlay)
5-2
4 EipedJ <v.g.iofl-i
5-1
5 Donarai (Vetu)
7-2
6 Tip's Eipreaa (No Ridar)
.
6-1
7 Do Some Fast (Merquu)
6-1
8 G>rta Dee (Ferrer)
6-1
9 HaMuiah Honey (Marquei)
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Toraous (O'Hara)
15-1
2 College Cheer (PrtvaWa]
12-1
3 O*s<gn Bid (Parrel)
.... 4-1
4 Strong Appeal (Perm)
3 i
5 Our Diplomat (McCaulay)
B i
6 Wintertime Sport (Parrat)
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.
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10
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6
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55 Retwoie Jtii (Biack)
48 Flight of Tima (Antley).
67 Arranan (Anilay)
8 Acoryle (Lloyd)
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6
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33 Bracaiana (Rocco)
54 Doubiruoy (No Ridaf)
85 Bronda s Bndgaa (Trabino)
66a Ashley's Rambow (McCautay)
67 Coconul CaaatKota (McCaulay).
128 MutfHH Muffin {Thomaa)
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9a Turned Rotation (McCaulay) . ..
810 My Tara (Antlay)
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1 iiatapa (Ggno)
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52 Ra>M Alike (No R N M 0
. . 203 Ultimata Natrva (Cuawaa)
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44 Ocean Crowing (Murphy)
105a Kant Judge (Muccoto)
66 Spaiibounjer (Maiandat)
57 Sharply (Thornburg)
fl6 Fast Promote* (Marquat)
129 Sandsaw (Thomaa) .
610 Camdan Lawyer (Thomaa)
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201? Sweat Believe? (Guarra)
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7 Jim VVould (Mlendai)
6 60 3 00 2 20
4 Break Dancing (McCauWy)
2 60 2 20
6 Rum Cida- (Fe'reO
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14 00 8 60
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40
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4 Snowgun (McCaulay)
5 80 3 00 2 60
6 Sigmlicanny (M>cel<)
3 00 2 60
7 Tropical Acres (Matandai)
3 00
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4 60 3 00 2 40
11 Cocktail Hostess (Aniley)
3 60 2 60
4 Welcome Newt (Rrvara)
3 00
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4 Cuca's Lady (Rocco)
12 60 6 40
3 Jann. Lea (Vaga)
6 80
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2 Native Anna (Fan.n
25 00 10 00 BOO
5 Time Well Spent (McCaulay)
4 20 5 00
10 Serous Lady (Thomaa)
13 60
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9-2
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4 Wine And MuaiC (C Marui)
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6-1
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20-1
3 Pep*merio (J Dohaty)
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BARE-HANDED CATCH Chicago Cubs' Gary
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4 20 2 90 2 90
6-Araamataa (S<tvarman)
4 40 3 90
11 60
3 00 2 40 2 10
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2 90 2 '0
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2 20
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Tth: 110.000,p«Ke,mHe
9-Ouick
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(Doheriy)
2090 1520 780
5-Rev*«y Bay (Lancaatar)
12 20 7 00
4-Happy Clip (Parher)
7 00
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5 403 002 80
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i-tl 10 3S p m
6th 117,000 Ar* IAm 3 * up Im 1 1 1 Tf
6 True Charmer (Rocco)
17 00 6 80 6 60
6 BaKfwmner (Thom«)
8 40 7 40
10 DeU Daigutry (Rrvara)
4 60
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1 Kay To Heppinees (M Oaghardi)
4-1 i
2 Shadydale Sharp (J CampoaJi)
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3 F-yetroea (W Caaa J<)
20-1
4 Mgh C (W Caaa J r )
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6 Qiboerwh ( j Schwnnd)
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» Meadow Auaaw (W Herman)
3-1
7 Jadtn* Boy ( 0 Procmo)
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6 Enka E>praaa (R Waptaa)
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9 Namalr> Lobe» (J CampbeN)
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Cleveland 8. etrtimore i
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Naw York 10, Chicago 4
T u n S, Toronto 4
Milwaukee 4. Detroit 3
MEADOWLANDS: POST TIME 8 P.M.
lef: I M . , 111.160. otmd., Pace
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4 Planet Earth (R Sjlvarman
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6-1
9 Red Terror (J Phrttno)
10*1
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a n * 1ml., 110,600. • * • * . . pace
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10-1
2 Memory Bank (W Case Jr.)
6-1
3 Shapes (Q Deieay)
6-1
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7 Bark Check (J Doheny)
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20-1
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chemical leaked Sunday from a
Union Carbide plant in Institute,
W.Va , forcing about 130 people to
The Associated Press
seek medical care.
NEW YORK (AP) - Slocks
Losers overall led gainers nearly
drifted to a broad loss yesterday in
2 to 1 on the New York Stock
the quietest session since early July,
Exchange, whose composite index
pushing the Dow Jones industrial
average to its lowest level in nearly fell 0.39 to 108.67.
Big Board volume slowed to 77.34
seven weeks.
million shares from 81.75 million on
Steel, computer, chemical and
Friday. It was the lowest turnover
airline Issues paced the decline.
since 62.45 million shares changed
Several oil stocks advanced, howhands July 5, which was a Friday
ever.
The Dow Jones average of 30 following the July 4 holiday.
The market was off broadly early
industrials fell 6.50 to 1,31429, its
lowest level since June 20, when it in the day, recovered some of its
losses at midsession but then drifted
closed at 1,299.73 The average
tumbled 32 26 points last week for its down again in the final hour.
The lackluster showing marked
worst weekly decline of IKS.
Union Carbide, a component of the the third anniversary of the start of
the
powerful bull market that during
average, skidded r * to 48V A toxic
ii JMES F. ran
its run has propelled the Dow Jones on industrial production, housing
industrial average and NYSE starts and retail sales. Yesterday
trading volume to record highs.
the Labor Department said whole
It was Aug. 12, 1982, when the sale prices rose 0.3 percent last
average bottomed at 776.92 before month following a 0.2 percent rise in
soaring to 1,000 two months later.
June.
Recently, however, the market
Nationwide turnover in NYSEhas been pulling back amid in- listed issues, including trades in
creased investor uncertainty as to those stocks on regional exchanges
the outlook for interest rates and the and in the over-the-counter market,
economy overall.
totaled 93.49 million shares.
Wall Street is struggling to figure
Standard & Poor's index of 400
out whether or not the economy is industrials fell 0.69to208.65, and
rebounding from its meager growth SAP's 500-stock composite index was
in the first half of the year, and what off 0.69 at 187.63.
impact that will have on Federal
At the American Stock Exchange,
Reserve monetary policy and the the market value index fell 0.61 to
course of interest rates
231.97.
Traders could receive further
The NASDAQ composite index for
clues this week, when the govern- the over-the-counter market closed
ment is scheduledtoissue July data at 298.31, down 0.83.
Inflation's still steady:
Food costs nudge July wholesale index
my opinion is not an indication of any bottom line is that the recovery
rising trend, " said Franz Price, who continues well in gear."
specializes in wholesale prices for
The July PPI report marked the
The Associated Press
first time that the government
WASHINGTON • (AP) - The Chase Econometrics in Bala
Cynwyd,
Pa.
"All
In
all,
our
projecrevised
its survey techniques to end
sharpest rise in food costs in a year
tion for PPI is still the same:
a reporting lag for refined petroleum
sent wholesale prices up 0.3 percent
in July, the government said yester- Continuation of modest increases we products. The figures reflect price
have seen over several months "
changes in July, just as for the other
day.
items in the index
Labor Department officials noted
The 13 percent spurt in overall
The report was to have been
food costs — due largely to a 22.2 that the vegetable price component
released Friday, but officials postof
the
index
is
particularly
volatile
percent rise in fresh vegetable
m n * w prices — offset the second straight
on a month-to-month basis. It was up poned th« announcement hours
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before it was due. The department
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an even sharper 24 1 percent in
decline in energy costs.
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blamed a series of "processing
March 1983, for example
Food and energy are the major
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errors " havingtodo with changes in
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components of the Labor DepartII M l 41 - to
the way the report is compiled,
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ment's Producer Price Index and economist for Security Pacific NaMIM4 K H - H
including the change in energy price
tional Bank in Los Angeles, said:
their movement typically sets the
1 NO I t H - to
calculations
"The picture remains the same
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New car prices showed no change
Inflation is still very, very tame with
figure.
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at the wholesale level after back-to'HH
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back
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in particular, they continue to look
had declined five of the first six
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which would translate to a 3.7 sale prices fell 0.2 percent in June,
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IM II
of 0 3 percent was the sharpest since
see inflation as a major economic
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remain in check because of a general
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food costs — while subjecttomonth14
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17 I U I I H * to
to-month swings because of weather
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good news''
not being driven by any sustained
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percent after a 0.9 percent drop in
June.
In all, the Producer Price Index
for finished goods stood at 294 8 in
July, meaning that goods costing 111)
in 1967 would have cost 129.48 las!
month.
Price changes that show up in the
producer price measure are a good
barometer of how food, energy and
other commodity prices will move ai
the retail level. TheConsumer Price
Index, though, checks for a broader
range of items, including housing
and medical care, than does the
wholesale index
Consumer prices so far this year
have risen at an annual rate of J 7
percent, down from last year's 4
percent increase
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acronym stands lor "sounds'ol success") has five
albums to its credit and performs rhythm and blues
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made at least 24 hours in advance
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should be contacted for all reservations.
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•dull guardian)
X - Adulia only
OCEAN GROVE - Violinist Oscar Shumsky and his violist son, Eric
Shumsky. perform with the Cathedral
Symphony
Orchestra
Mozart s Sinfonia Concertante at
7 30 p i n
Thursday at the Great
Auditorium
Julliard School. Curtis Institute of
Music, and Yale University
Shumsky has appeared with orchestras all over the world including
the London Philharmonic and London Symphony, BBC. Berlin Radio,
Rotterdam,
Stuttgart.
Royal
Philharmonic, English Chamber Orchestra, and the Bach Festival in
Naples He has played in Carnegie
Hall and the other major concert
halls
The
orchestra,
conducted
by
Thomas Michalak, will also perform
the overture from the ballet "La
Finta Sempliee" and Symphony No
29 in A Major. K201
Mailed by David Oistrakh as "one
of the world's greatest violinists,"
Shumsky
was born of Russian
parents in Philadelphia He began to
play the violin at the age of three and
demonstrated an extraordinary talent At the age of seven he appeared
as a soloist with the Philadelphia
Orchestra, and Leopold Stokowski
pronounced him "the most astounding genius I have ever heard ' Fritz
Kreisler supported his studies and he
became the youngest student ever to
be accepted by Leopold Auer He
later completed his studies with the
late Efrem Zimbalist at the Curtis
Institute of Music. Philadelphia
Father and son have performed
together extensively and have several recordings to their credit Their
latest recording of the Sinfonia
Concertante with the Scottish
Chamber Orchestra is scheduled for
OCEAN GROVE - " I t s Cool in
the Furnace," a musical for children, will be presented in the Great
Auditorium this Friday and Saturday
under the direction of
William
Lowden. director of choral dramatics for the Ocean Grove Camp
Meeting Association
The entire cast consists of Ocean
However, an unwillingness to follow the rules set for the pursuit of
A star solo career, as well as a desire
to broaden his musical experience,
turned his thoughts elsewhere He
continued to perform, but on a
limited basis, and followed parallel
careers in chamber music, conducting and teaching, serving
with
distinction on the faculties of the
The Ocean Grove Oioir Festival,
under the musical direction of Lewis
Daniels, features 1.200 singers and
eight
guest
conductors
from
churches in six stales
THE STORY Ot A REBEL
AND HIS BIKE.
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Meshack and Abednego. and the
fiery furnace and the lion's den.
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TERRESTRIAL
THE STORY
THAT TOUCHED
THE WORLD.
GENERAL CINEM
Grove children up to the age of 12
The costumes and scenery are also
designed by local youngsters
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admits visitors to the tour, lecture
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dean. School of Humanities and
Social Sciences at Monmouth College He speaks at 6:45 p m in the
Tabernacle about Mozart and his
impact upon the historical cultural
milieu of his time
Cool show for kids
Choir festival
OCEAN GROVK The Ocean
Grove Choir Festival, of July 14 is
the final broadcast in T H I R T K E N ' s
three-part 1985 New Jersey S I M M E R F A R E series, airing tomorrow
at 8 p in
release soon
At 6 p m Ocean Grove Historical
Society members dressed in period
costumes present architectural and
historical tours of the Victorian
community covering the notable
structures of the area
9 Special Notlcas
MRS. MILLER
Reader & Advisor
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spirit
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character
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153
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Automotive
Wanted Automotive
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Auto Insurance.
Auto Rent/Lease
Auto Services/Parts.
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Autos For Sale
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51 Htlp Wanted
RfcUfcPTIONIST
— Mon-Fri. SALESPERSON — Telephone
5pm-6pm Must be able 10 till sales lor plastic bag manufacturing co Sales A/or phone exp
some weekdays, some holidays
Apply in peraon. afternoons only. prel Will train 544-1471.
Early
morning
CONSTRUCTION CO - In need
1 30-4 30. Arnold Waller Nureing SALES - Mature-minded perot laborers lor sanitary sewers.
PART-TIME WORK — Near your
Home. 622 Soulh Laurel Ave . son Full-time Experienced retail
Route Drivers. Perstorm sewers, water main pipe
home Supervision of newspaper
Hatlet
FOULKS-PRESTON
lewelry giftware Red Bank area
crew Only exp personnel need
camera in the early morning
part time
—
Answer store Rasumea to Box F-450.
AQENCY
RECEPTIONIST
apply Call between 7 30-4 30, manent
houra You will oversee the carThe Register. Shrewsbury. NJ
phone A mainla n showroom
$66-7921
(vehicle
supplied).
S3
MILLION
IN
2
WEEKS
riers delivery, sales and collec07701
Job
dee
Crlpllon
upon
appnThat
la
why
we
are
exandingi
tion activities Permanent poaCOOK — Short order cooks.
Must
have
valid
interviews
with cation M Sllbersi sm. 426 Broad SALES PERSON - 4 daya per
itions are available in the areea Confidential
Positions avallalbe immediately
Si. Shre« rsbury
driver's license and
wk incl Sat. Exp'd preferred
Sebastians Pub. Mon Mall A
of Cliffwood Beach. Freehold. licensed Real Estate Saiee
for Middletown A Oak RECEPTIONIST — For weekASSISFair Haven Pharmacy. 741-003*
Middletown 542-77B6 Mr. Turn- a clean driving re- OHOOMEflS
Haiiai. Keaneburg Call toll tree People
hurat Offices
TANT/BATHER — Full tlma. All
enda 12-6. Some holidays, aome SALES PERSON - lull time,
1-600-242-0650 or 677-4222
braad
dog
4
cat
grooming
Call
Our
Full
Service
Agency
offers
tlll-ln
days
Apply
in
person,
cord. No experience 563-9450 9-5 p.m
starting Sept 2 For iad.ee )og
PART-TIME — Need 10 people •Training program
COOKS
—
Waitreaaea/Waiters,
afternoons
only.
1
30-4
30,
BUS DRIVERS — Part-llma
glng shoes and Sporteweer
with spare tlma Idaal for house- • Complete Marketing Program
required. Apply in GROUNDS MAINTENANCE —
Arnold Waller Nuraing Home. Apply In peraon. Klalln's 6 East
achool bua and van drivara. Idaal Oood pay. execellent benefits
wife, retiree Earn up to 675-1100 • Third Party Relocation
622 8 Laurel Ave. Haiiet. N J
tor •hid worhara. houaawlvaa. Apply Ground Round. Keyport.
No
exp
neceaaary
Apply
at
ofFront St . Red Bank
^
person
The
Regiswk
264-3244
or
741-1140
• National Referral Services
collaga aludanta, ratlrvaa Hri. Rta 35-36
MECHANICAL INSPECTOR
fice Fair View Cemetery. 456
P~ART TIME — Need extra cash? • Incentive program
7-8 a m . 2-4 p m School bua COOKS — Line, prep, A pizza
" RECEPTIONIST/
ter, One Register Hwy 35 Middleiown 07748
SANDY HOOK
- Member 2 MLS
licanaa raquirad or w will aaalat Full A part time available Apply
Take charge type ol person with Work on home phone program
CLOSING ASST
CONCESSIONS
Plaza, Shrewsbury, QROUND
MAINTENANCE heavy experience in machine Flexible Earn up to t i O per hour
Come shsre in our success
In obtaining lionaa Van- in person Danny's Italian ResCall Evelyn. 264-3244.
671-0484
Nortwick Bui Inc . E K janaburg taurant, 11 Bridge Ave., Red NJ. Apply in personl WORKER — Dependable person shop inspection
Call 672-0025
COMMONWEALTH
EASTERN
to work year round Must hava
PART-TIME
787-7935 or 7S7-O930
Bank, 842-441;
REAL ESTATE SECRETARY license,
Beneflta,
M/F
Call
i
MORTGAGE
CORP.
the
nation
s
SCHOOL BUS DRIVERS
United Telecontrol
7 a.m.-9 a.m.
NEWSPAPER HOME DELIVERY j Full-time Reel estate closing snd
BUSY LONG BRANCH SALON COOK, PREP A COUNTER PER787-0954 btwn 8-5
3500 Sunset Ave . Asbury Park Sunday only 9-6 a m Estab- experience m the preparation or 6lh largeat mortgage banker, has R HELFRiCH A Son Cleaners
- IS in need Of full-time & part- SONS — Full or part-time Apply
an opening in its Tinton Falls van drivers, MECHANIC Exp
022-1000
HAIRDRESSERS ASSISTANT'- i
time ahampoo assistants Oood in person Chicken Corner,
liahed routes No collect ing I mortgage documentation Excel- office for a Receptionist/Cloaing coach drivers Apply in parson
Equal Opply EmplOyar M/F
Equal Oppty Employer M/F
Shear Honesty has immediate
pay
A opportunities.
Call Snoprlte PH., Rt 35. Middletown
Muii hava car 747-2143
! lent benefits Call for interview Assistant Good typing skills, 503 8
Laurel Ave. w
openings
Salary, contulning I MEDICAL ASSISTANT — Full- PART TIME" TELEPHONE SOL~- . Shrewsbury
870-2268
DRIVER
State
Bank
good wtth flgurea. and pleaaant
taburg
COOK M/F — For boarding
education, beneflta including j time for busy Middletown office ICITOR — Haiiet area 63 50 per I 642-7700 exl 267
Call 74I-2M5
phone personality experience
home. Full-time, benefits. Call
CARRIER WANTED
Blue Cross, Blue Shield, Major Exp preferred, but no) neceaa- hour plus bonus
SCHOOL BUB
BUS DRIVEI
Mon-Frl.
Excellent
benefits
Call
for
apFor delivery In the Rumeon-Falr Mon-Frl 9 a m - I p . m 787-4875
Medical, paid vacation, dis- 'ary Salary commensurate with
, Wanted We will train if you do
6-8pm Friendly atmosphere
pointment
REAL ESTATE
Haven area Approximately i'•» COOK (BREAKFAST) — Only
counts Call Monmoulh Mall exp Call 871-5252
{ not neve a bus licenee Many
Pleasant working conditions
You've thought about it Let's talk
544-1Q1Q
to 2 hours per day About $200 clean A dependable apply 3-4
routea availeble lor Sept Apply
I about It now Our office is one of
MEDICAL RECEPTIONIST — Lawn Ranger, 264-3661
per month Reliable car a mull daya a week. 5 hrs a day in
530-5800
'now Call 767-1113 tor appl Pat
MANDYPERSON — To perform j Full or part-time Muat know PART TIME — Rental agent Set- I the top 4 in the Red Bank aree
For Information call Susie, coffee shop in Fair Haven Hourly
Our part-time achool bus drivKeeien • Bus Co
service
work
in
new
homea
Must
|
Equal
Oppty
Employer
M/F
typing.
Ming
answering
phones
Wa
are
busy
We
need
you
EHC
542-6880
wage negotiable Call 747-9630
ers will earn from S130-S250
urdaya. 8-5 Apply In peraon.
50 Hwy 36. Keanaburg
be
reliable,
have
own
tools
ft
A
dictaphone
Long
Branch
area
training, motivation A guidance REPUTABLE HOME IMPROVEper week this year just driving
for an interview.
resume to F-44B The Park Chevrolet. Rt 66. Neptune. i available We currently have 7 MENT — Contractor is looking i SECURITY INDOOR PERSON CARRIERS WANTED
children to achool in the AM truck, ft experienced In all Send
NJ
Boya ft Qirii
phases of construction Call VI- I Register. Shrewsbury. NJ 07701
j Million-Dollar associates Need 3 I tor a helper Exp preferred Full lima Ideal for retired per11 years and older
vian at EPC 530-1330
I
PART TIME RECEPTIONIST - | more Experienced or beginners I Oood pay Leave
COPY DESK
aon All shifts available Call
MEDICAL
ASSIS- Denial office 3 or 4 '•* days, will Can Roger
| 672-9179 lor Jim or Amy
To Deliver
Other advantages are
226-4242
ASSISTANT
TANT/RECEPTIONIST — Perl ] train Red Bank area Send re- CENTURY 21 COZENS. Realtors
HANDYPERSON
THE REGISTER
ENTRY LEVEL — Pos- Oft ail holidays
time for growing medical prac- • sume to Box T-483 The Regia- Independently Owned/Operated I RESTAUJMfcr HELP - Accept- ' SECRETARIAL
WORK
—
Needed to work part-lime at a , tice in Red Bank CaN 642-5222 ] tar. Shrewsbury, NJ 07701
Ing
apQncailona
tor
meiureI
Typing, tiling, A phone skills <e
1
Oood opportunity to earn ition for recent journal8i3 River Rd
Fair Haven minded. responsible individuals
Home on weekends
local chain ot women's fitness ,
| quired Part time Mon -Frl 1-6
money, win pruaa
74t-7666
| (acuities Must have experience I M E D I C A L
Ism graduate or individ- Clean, easy work
BARTENDER
A
Apply
in
person
Mon
-Sun
.
2-4
A
Sat
9-6
p
m
May
lead
to
OPENINGS NOW
Good vehicles
in plumbing, carpentry and elec- ASST /RECEPTIONIST — PartPart-time tor RECEPTIONIST — Part time/full , p m RED LOBSTER, 2200 Hwy
viewing i-S
lime
1 Couniry Club Apia Eatonlown ual with solid language Choice of being off all summer or trical repair Flexible hra Oood ! lime Non-smoker Mature A re- Waiter/waitress
bar with grill in Union Beach Call lime. Tennis club background 35. Ocean
Mon -Fn Cell 7.
747.3600
2 Siony Hill Apt! . Eatonlown
skills and Interest in working summer camp routes
aalary Contact u i at (201) .1 sponsible Muat have good per- after 11 a m 767-1Q16
preferred Handle phone a deak
Call
I RESTAURANT HELP - CNehnews. Ability to work Job security, steady. '
sonality A be able to deal with
, transactions 566-5200
PART TIME — Library Aide WHI 1
waehere. prep persons bua perperfectionism ideal for nursing tram
542-8880
under deadline pressure
RECEPTIONIST - Fair Haven eons and piua makers inquire SECRETARY - W
personality A
student or returning-lo-work typing Pleaaant
is
essential.
Some
writing
required
Some
Sat
A
'
law
office
Telephone
A
light
corI within Bnody s 132 E River Rd
typing akilts 'or growing group ol
CARRIERS - Needed in Huiet
mom<nurse i day per week
evea $4 50 hr Box J-4S8. The reapondence Temporary, possi
Rumson
^
araa. Muat be ai leaat 11 yra old and editing. Reply to:
profeaaionai consultant* in Red
Hra win increaae aa practice Register. Shrewsbury. NJ 07701 ! biiity
permanent
Tactful.
Ca» 583-5210
Bank Word proceeaing backgrowa Cell 842-8618
News Editor
I pleaaanl A d'ecreet person RESTAURANT HELP —~ Part . ground deeirabie Opportunity to
Apply
In
peraon
10-4.
Murphy
CARRIERS — Needed In downMEDICAL ASSISTANT — Full- PART-TIME - Help needed'-n Starting
mid-9ep1
Call lime, deen up general mainten- team usage of computers, adBua Service, 55 Longwood
HOST/HOSTESSES
—
Full
A
,
THE
REGISTER
marking dept Daily 8 30-130.
ance ft sandwich prep Fun a; vanced word proceeeors and
town Matawan area A high
time
Dr
s
office
Red
Bank
area
Ave. Middletown.
part lime Will train Apply in perpart time positions Sebastian •
Box 520
•chool area Mutt be atleasi t l
Reply with resume and referen- 1 30-5 JO Tnura A Fn nights
telecommunications
systems
son, See Pam. Peninsula Mouse
Pub Monmouth Man 542-??9%
DRIVER/LABORER
yrs. old. Call 5*3-52,10.
^
cea to Box J-461, The Register. ft 30-8 Sun noon-5 Apply at RESTAURANT
Shrewsbury, NJ 07701
, Excellent benefits Full-time, but
On the Ocean. Sea Bright
Kmkei s Dept, Store 44 Apple
Needed tor tree service
CARPENTERS — Exp'd for CUBShrewsbury. NJ 07701
RESPONSTBLB PEOPLE — To hours flexible Ptease submit reEqual Oppty Employer
INFORMATION
—
HoBt/hOSieSS
I
St.
Tin
ion
Falls
Call
530-1812
Management
lorn builder Exc. aalary Call
MEDICAL ASSISTANT — Full
work in Liquor store pen-time < sume lo PO Box 643 Red Bank
COUNTER
HELP
Dunkin
Position
available
part-lime
!
Sttar fl p.m 780-9060
DELIVERY PERSONS — Part
Must be 16 Apply in peraon I 07701
Trainees
Donuta. looking tor mature DRIVER — For garbage truck
Seaview Square Mall Pleaaant time lor busy podiatnai office
Muat ba experienced
Call phone manner Neat appear- i Some experience After 3PM time eves Must have own car
Marlboro Liquor Buy-Rila Rta
minded, dependable persona for
CARRIERS WANTED
•
•
520 ft 79 Marlboro 946-3347
l Earn over I5/hr Apply in person
counter duties All shifts avail- I 284.S3M
anca Oood with people Apply in 747-2104
IN HOLMDEL
Danny a Plua A Suba II. 418 Hwy
ORIVER — Limo service Drive person at Into booth, Seaview MEDICAL SECRETARY""— DfS 35 Middietown
You won't start
To deliver the Regular to cus- able Muat be 18 yrs old
RN/LPN — F/t 11-7 or p/t On ! SECRETARY - Experienced for
lomefa on an eatabliahed route Full/part time avail Apply in per- sedan to airport $4 50 per hour Square Mall, Ri 66 A 35, Ocean
office Red Bank area Reply with
call All shifts Flea hours Exc 1 medical office Start immedi
at the top, but
in trie vicinity of Old Manor Rd , eon only before 3 p m. • lips 671-4186
benefits
Mrs
Mahoney atefy In Manalapan area Call
resume A references to pox PART-TIME - Cosmetics ConINSULATION APPLICATOR —
sultant Earn 120/per hr Teach
Deertield Or, Mayfalr Rd. Home- Shrewsbury Dunkin Donuta. Rt
264-5600 for an appt
2&—6
The
Register
we expect you to
New construction in Monmoulh 0-458,
36 A Newman Springs R d .
skin care, color analysis snd
stead Place Can 542-8860
Shrewsbury,
N
J
07701
County
area
Experience/will
|1 RNS-LPNS — FuH ft part time SECRETARY - FuH lime Lite A
Middletown Ounkin Oonuts. 865
make-up Cell 563-4238
end up there!
MEDICAL
RECEPTIONIST
train
Steady
employment
Top
CARRIER WANTED NOW
positions available on 3-11 pm Health insurance Agency Send
At. 35, A Matawan Dunkin
rate*
Benefits
Must
have
own
Buay
4
doctor
office
Full
or
pert
EARN
MONEY
FOR
CHRISTMAS
PART
TIME
No
experience
Oin or boy. 11 years old or older Donuta. Rt 34 A Broad St.
shin Pieeae can for appt Hilltop resume to P 0 Box 647. Had
— or vacation Mature, reepon- Irsnsponation Call 738-0201 be- time Exp preferred Com- necessary Growing Middletown
Beni, N J Q77Qt
to deliver The Regiater on an
Nu'smg Home 871-0177
slble
persons
as
sales tween Stm -3pm
petitive salary Fringe benetits
busineea needs helper to dis- of our OPEN HOUSE on either
eeiablished route m the vicinity COUNTER PERSON — A Prep
1
SECRETARY/ REciPTIONIS T
"ROAD STAND HELP
clerk/cashiers for buay farm
at Horseshoe Way, Spring Oar- person Experience preferred
Call 741-3603 10 a m -6 p m or tribute advertisements on N J Tuesday Wedneedav or ThursFull time Computer knowledge
NEEDED
- 741-3600
Pan or f«i> lime
Apply In person. Danny • Pizza.
market needed frem Aug. I9ih INSTRUCTORS
College Campuaea 2-4 full daya day. August 13th. I4fn and 15th
den Road and Orchard Hill Drive
e
p
m
|
4 |
J W
p
wn oBa im
m.
L
F l l / t time llor S
Full/part
Sept 1885
1985 lo
'
"
"
'
helpful Non-emoker only Mon
Little Silver.
thru Oct 31S1 SICKLES FARM
per week Lota ot walking A driv!
* " W6 8885 o< 948 4 28*
Call S42-88*)
teach recreational gymnastics j
741-8563 or 741-4232
ing Must nave good driving re- j Step f 2 Talk to us about your ! ROOM CLEANERS/LAUNDRY io-i A 2-6 Tuee 10-1 A 2-6 Wad
program
Pre-school/High i
10-1 A 2-7 Frl 10-1 A 2-6 Call
CARPENTER — A apprenttoea COUNTER PERSON P/T - For
cord J'AT^TMJ
I previous work axperierKe and let HELPERS - New mow Colts Tuee thru Fn btwn noon A 4. eek
Looking tor exp d carpentera in dry cleaning store No exp
School Salary r ~ . us show you how it can relate to Neck Call 577 1516
necessary
Aatra
Cleaners.
•II phaaaa general construction
cations Call '
1
~PART-TIME~~
a career in the fast food industry RUMSON — Enterpneing young- i for Anna 6T 1-33*4
264-4144.
Year round work available
INSURANCE — Agency looking Adult with reliable vehicle want- |
1
972-0045
ELECTRICIANS — Mechanic & I tor
siers wanted You will be running j SERVICE STATION ATTENOCOUNTERS PERSONS - Pertsomeone to handle small ed to deliver The Register Sun i GROCERY IN-STORE
I Step # 3 Take a good look at the . your own busmees wfttie eeming ANT — Naedad. Full A Part time
helpers £xp in reeidentiei wir- II books
COUPONING/SAMPLING
time evea Apply In peraon
CARRIER WANTED
ot commercial buslnees thru Fn to customer! in I
I competitive aalary and benefit
Days A evea
Rtfa Can
Dennys p\zi» A Subs, 418 Hwy ing. Top pay, blue croea wtth I part time Underwriting billing, t Marlboro-Freehold aree Ideal • Division Of long established I package we otter as an axpand- I priiee. trips and caan
HOLMDEL
dental plan Steady work A overfor young mother or re- ' advertiaing company la looking ing division of (he prestigious i Tne only requtrementa are that S30-M73
Boy or girl 11 years old or older 35, Middieiown.
I accounting axp neceaaary Call position
time Paid vacation 251-3558
Uree
Call
542-6660
tor
full
deyou
are
at
leaat
'
1
years
old
and
to
hire
dependable
people
to
disI
SERVICE
STATION
ATTEND264-3087
lo deliver the Regiater on an es- BAKER A COUNTER HELP. 1
tails Equal Opportunity Em- tribute coupons and sample* m I Marriott Corporation
are reedy to work
ANTS - FuH/part-lime available
tablished route in the vicinity of Apply In peraon Freedmans ELECTRICIANS HELPERS ;
ployer
C
local supermarkets H you have Step I 4 After completing our
To Mftn up can 542-4000 Ext ! Benefits Apply in pereon. me*—
Deerfieio Rd . East Brook Drive. Bakery, 56*2 River Rd Fair
Exp. or eager to learn Reaiden- JJJLLIS R ' * L
m£Jk0Di!
| Sunoco 271 Rt J4, Hotmam
_ ^ ^ _
Bnarclirf Si Beverly Drive. Call Haven or call 747-2662
NAUTILUS
TRAINER/SALES reliable ireneportation and are eiiensive 6 week training pro- 216
•i.i ~>r,ng Qood opportunity for preferred
"
Call 842-9333
142 8880
I person. Call 251-3958
TRAINEE — M/F. pen time No available Tuea . weds . Trturs
you will start to manage •AIM
SEVERAL POSITIONS - Open
Pieaee can gram,
CUSTODIAN — Female/male
ELECTRICIANS - Mechanic 4 JANITOR — Window cleaning A exp necaeaary. will train Muat Fns • A Sets
one of the most diversified reelor auto parts Counter peraon 4
CARPENTER CONTRACTORS
2O17M-0863
8
a
m
-6
p
m
genera!
building
maintenance
Full-time. Benefits Contact Lirtla
be
outgoing
personable
good
helpers Exp m residential wlrtauranta m the mduatry today
delivery'en purpoae work »
With inaurance needed for cue- Silver Board of Education.
Equal Opportunity Employer
You d Hke 10 work for a email and
Top pay, blue croea with $4 25 hr + benefits Dayiime with people Paying top local
lom homes Call evea. 367-676$
wages Call 583-6123 between BOOKKEEPER — Part-time I Step i 9 Your haro work and
741-2188. lor application Equal dental plan Steady work ft over- only. Full lime Call 563-9696
owing Co . call Naytars Auto
4-7 p m , eek lor Mr Good
Opportunity Employe*
Payroll
tor
dental
office
in
CARPENTERS
.
succeaa
are
rewarded
through
SMS M1-1414 Aefc tor Jonn
KITCHEN
HELP
Wanted
Imm
time Paid vacation 251-3558
Apprentice. Laborers.
Morganvilie
Typing
required
the
Marriott
a
corporate
Pinkham
CUSTOMER SERVICE REP
Exp preferred THE LEFT BANK. N£W CAR PREP PERSON Call evenings 367-6786.
Send
resume
lo
Box
T-468.
The
philosophy of promotion from
Local cable co in need ol indlmention THC REGISTER SEWING OfCRATOft* - WHh
Hra 3-8 Mon -Frl Sat 8-6 Apply
Red Bank 530-5930
within
CASHIER — Full or part time vlduala to perform all aspects of
peraon All American Chev•men replying to a
axp on overlook A iig-iag ma
LABORER — For Monmouth in
Mature person Apply Buy-Rile telephone sales, billing A service
PART-TIME — Servers, Chefa.
employment ad
chinea needed inoantive pro
County
developer
Exp rolet, 671-6200
ATTEND OUR
Liquors. 172 Newman Springs contact Position involves heavy
Bartenders
Prep
utility
people
gram tor snaked sewers ApsMy
TIME
SALES
Career opportunity wiih a major preferred, but will tram Pleaae NIGHT
telephone reeponalblrllee along
Wd, Red Bank.
Cherlee Komsr A tone 180 Mwn
OPEN HOUSE
WAITER/WAITRESS — Muat be Weekends only For catering
with light clerical duties Com- communications company. Poa- call Jerry Cianl at 449-0225
firm Ideal 'or studenta, teechers.
WE
WILL
TRAIN
St Keen sour g 767-0662
CASHIERS
Part- puter familiarization
experienced
Apply
in
peraon
tlon
reports
to
the
controller
helpful
LANDSCAPE
MAINTENANCE No weekenda Rex Diner. 117-W
Wednesday,
Aug.
etc
Will
not
interfere
with
school
You
tor
a
career
in
real
eeteie
SHMT METAL IN»TALLIP7~Ume/weekdaya. Currently using Typing skills nee Applications
Will consider evening student
CO
—
Poeition
open
Expd
or
jobs
Stan
8/24
530-4125
we
provide
complete
and
comNCR electronic cash regiater
Eiperience necessary Salary
Front S t . Red Bank
Apply to
may be made at Storer Cable
14th
Drrvefs
license
542-1094
after
5
prehensive
training
Learn
all
the
PART
TIME
Experienced preferred, but not Communications. 403 South S i .
negotiable Can 7T4-1210
BOX
T-464
Newark Marriott. 3-6PM
NURSES
LANDSCAPE
HELP
—
Muat
be
details at one of our Career
required. Call Joel at Marine fiatontown, NJ. E.O.E- M/F
Newark Airport
hard ft ambitious worker Drivers
Nights. 7 M p m
THE REGISTER
SHORT
COOK
T ORDER
V
Lumber. Sea Bright. 842-3355
Or
Red Bank aree-Thurs Aug is
license a muat. Call 741-7258
Stan i
SHREWSBURY.
NJ
*
CASHIER EDIE'S Lunch,
freehold area-Thurs . Aug. 22
842-4716 Leaven
LEQAL SECRETARY - EXThursday Aug 15th
xietie Some take out. 6 daya
ATTN: CONTROLLER
Reaerva your eaet 646-tr6O
PERIENCED in reel estate cios
184 Rumaon Rd . Little Silver
CENTURY 21 EmBinder Realtors STOCK CLERK - Fun-lime
Inga. Northern Monmoulh CounSuoceeefui cendidate wtn e*|Oy
Somerset Marriott. 3-0PM
Equal Oppty Employe* M / f
8 Offices Serving
ty area. Oood aalary Call
CASHIER/HOSTESS — Good Established Data Entry Service
storewioe dtecounia Unbeatable
Please mention THE REGISTER
Davidson Avenue
Monmouth County
•lease mention THE REGISTER
working cond. Apply in peraon Co. has Immediate openings for
ESTiMATER - For road contrac- 563-0701
when replying to a Register
Exit 6 on Rt 267
SALESPERSON NEEDED
- benefits pkg Paid holidays and
when replying lo a Register
Towne A Country Inn. Rt 35 A experienced Key Punch Operwith Civil Engineer degree
employment ad
10-20 hrs per week Mature- vacations Exp a • but we win
Braodway Keyport
employment
ad
LEGAL
SECRETARY
Pleasant
Call
between
8-4
30,
566-7821
train
the rtgnt peraon Appliators for permanent full and pan
if unable to attend, can
minded A ambitious Apply at
PAVINO FORMAN — Experience
cations now available Drug Few
tlma positions on 2ND A 3RD EXECUTIVE SECRETARY — For Middleiown law office ExChicago Jean Co Shrewabury
neceeeary. aalary open, fringe
perience in Matrimonial A Real
NURSES
Haiiet Plata Rt 35 Haitei
800-222-1285
shifts Key-to-dlac experience a
small plaaaant Rumson office
CASHIERS
benefits
Apply
to
Eerie
Asphalt
736-0660
plus Excellent aalary. including Minimum of 2-3 years ex- Estate neceaaary Salary negoRN'S & LPN'S M/F Co Fairfieid Rd Ferm.nodeie
llable 671.1260
to arrange for an interview
Needed immed.
shift differential plua benefits perience with word processor
701 -939-5036
CERTIFIED
STOCK PERSON - Part-time
package for full timers Call for
Muat be willing to learn ad- LOCAL CONTRACT CLEANING
Shrewabury State Benk Mon NURSES
AIDES
Part and full-time.
Or
send
your
resume
to
PAYROLL
CLERK
—
Buay
conInterview appointment
ditional uaea of computer in COMPANY — Looking lor part
BALES - Flexible houra for ch.i F" . 1-5 E M opportunity for InHOMEMAKERS
tract Cleaning Corp office m Red
adveniaing related industry Ex- time evening and morning help
Call 495-1400.
drena wear store Experience dustrious htgh school student on
HOUSEKEEPERS A LIVE-IN S
Bank, seeks pet son to prepare
m
Haztet
area.
Call
cellent starting aalary A benefits
preferred Stan immedielely
M/F
CASHIER/COUNTER PERSON
weekly payroll using ADP SyS
Call Mr winters at 201-822-4800 1-600-382-6846.
81D 8
Full
or
part-time,
needed
tor
P O Box 1394
—
For buay
den Hra
tern
Exp
preferred
but
will
train
between
8am-6pm.
Mon-Frl
LltM Silver
741-0076
MATAWAN
Paramus, NJ 07663-13»4
LOCAL CONTRACT CLEANING Northern Monmouth Area High right candidate 30 hra weekly
11:30a.m.3:30 p.m. Mon-Fn
Equal Oppty Employer M/F
CO. — Looking lor pan and full- pay. no tee Call for interview at Ceil 747-5566 for appt
EXP
SHORT
ORDER
COOK
Call Joe daya 530-7634, evea
583-3660
time evening Supervisors Mutt People Care. 244 Broad Si RedI
544-0204
PERSONNEL SECRETARY
Hra 1 a.m. • 8 p.m.
DELI HELP — Llncroft area
Bank,
630-1666.
600
Union
Ave
.
Call Matty after 1 p m 495-4275 i have mimmun of 2 yra. sip 2 Rt 71. Bristle. S26-8432. Free- Mack-Wayne Cioaurea ts seen
CHAUFFEUR — Full-time poap
- ' trana. Call 1-6O0-392-6946.
ing a person with good secFACTORY HELP — Loom tender
ition for Red Bank baaed co to those sandwiches
hold. 431-1666
retarial skills ft telephone per'or 3rd ahlft Will train. Call Arrow MACHINE OPERATOR - Apply
chauffeur company executive, p.m Call 747-6740 before 1 p.
NURSES AIDE M/F
sonality lor the poeition ol perat Motion Systems Corp., 1162
Woven Label Co . 760-8555
Stretch nmo exp Muat have exc DELIVERY PER8ON - Daya A
sonnel secretary Eap in payroll
Part
time
driving record Exc pay A ben- Evea. Average $5 50 per hour
FACTORY
WORKERS
—
Full
is a plua Please send resume or
Pleaae
call
542-4700
efits Overtime Apply In peraon Must have own car Call lime only. Apply In peraon beinquire In person form 8 a m -5
only to Russell -Stan ley Corp
NURBES AIDE M/F - Par time p m at Mack-Weyne Closures
tween 8-3 at Flair Mfg. Co . me
842-5505
230 Half Mile Rd , Red Bank
3-11 shift Must be experienced
Beach A Main Sla.. Keeneburg
100 Boundary Rd . PO Box 127.
DENTAL ASSISTANT - For
Pleaae
call
Mad I-Center
Marlboro. NJ 07746
Specialty Practice X-ray license
842-3600. exl 83
FARM HELP
Willing to train recent DA.
Part time/Full time
Mack-Wayne Cioaurea
DAYS • EVENINGS • NIGHTS • FULL TIME • PART TIME
NURSES
RN/LPN,
M/F
—
11-7
school graduate. Uood salary &
Packing
:king Product]
Produce
Equal Oppty Employer M/F
Charge nurae. 2-3 daya/wk New
benefits Call 747-2102
III 846-4266.
PERSONNEl NEE DEO
i Midnight shift, 1 to 3 wage scale Call director ot Nurs- PHONE
FARM
HELP
WANTED
—
Part
or
— Part time day ft manls Apply
mg 787-6100, 9 a.m-2 p.m.
DENTAL RECEPTIONIST - Reo
time packing vegetables Can days per week de- NURSES AIDES — Full ft part In person Lulgi'a Plua, 477
Bank araa. Will train in othei full
PHYSICIANS • MEDICAL TECHNICIANS • MEDICAL SECRETARIES tic
duties Send resume to Boi 846-4266.
poaltlons avail on ell shifts Middle Rd , Hailet
pending on work time
T-462.
The
Register
FARM MARKET
Please call lor appointment
PIZ2A MAKER
Explore the opportunities Contact the participating recruiters in this
Shrewsbury, NJ 07701
Full time and pan time positions load.
No • Exp. 671-0177. Hilltop Nursing Home
SUB ft PREP PERSON
in produce dept A
DIRECTORY, and please mention The Register
PERPHONE PERSON
I DENTAL ASSISTANT - Ex- .! available
will OFFICE/MAINTENANCE
floral
ahop.
Year
round Necessary,
SON — Heavy lifting, genersi of- Full ft part tlma nights Apply in
| perlanced preferred. A long term | preferred.
available lo Train.
Minimum fice work, blueprinting, messen- person Circle p i m , Eatontown
] career oriented peraon part-time thoae whoBenefits
qualify
Appllcatons
ger,
light
office
maintenance,
etc
leading to full-time Phone and being
MAKER — Experienced
No Experience
accepted Call 264-0256 wage.
Muat have valid NJ driver's PIZZA
business skills helpful. Red Bank
Full-time Salary Call 642-2133
NURSES AIDES
Personnel Depi
Necessary
HOME HEALTH AIDES
m 9-5
license Full lime with benefits, 4 aak
area Send resume to Box between
for Joey
ALL HEALTH CAFU
UN IPN 3 11
day work week Call 568-0297 for
M<i Ci(tad>no
F-452,
The
Register. FIELD TECH TRAINEE —
SERVICES INC
PIZZA
MAKER/MANAGER
—
appt.
9
am-6
pm
FAMILV
6
CHILDREN
S
SERVICE
Shrewsbury,
NJ
07701.
Energetic
peraon
willing
to
enter
Here's an exciting opportunity
HOLMDEL CONVALESCENT
19 K.nga Hwy
Must hava experience Full-time
Between 6AM-8AM
101 Bain Avenue
tor a bright beginner in search of DENTAL RECEPTIONIST — As- company training program lo
CENTER
OFFICE WORK P/T - Apply by Apply Keanaburg Plua. 214
M.ddiSlown N J 07 748
teetlng and maintena rewarding future
ong B'Snch N J 07740
Ask
for
Mr.
Conner.
188 Hwy 34
sistant wanted. Enthualaam re- perform
mall
only:
Sign
Shop,
PO
Box
Main
St
or
call
787-9611
ask
for
l201| 671 8400
on battery systems Travel
12011
??2
9100
HOimo.1
NJ
07733
aulred. experience preferred, ance
2091, Red Bank. NJ 07701.
Sy or Marilyn
weekend work neceaaary
Excellent typing and spelling
(2011 046-4700
ireat opportunity for highly and
Equal Oppty Employer M/F
driving record mandatory
neceaaary Also you must be motivated
EXPERIENCED OIL BURNER
Individual.
Call Good
PLASTIC
MANUNACTURING
Sand outline of work experience MAINTENANCE MECHANIC —
faat and flexible to meet the day- 672-8000
Serviceperson wanted
CO — Position available for
to Burlington Engineering Com- Experience necessary In weld- Call 741-0554 between 7am-5pm mechanically inclined individual
to-day challenges in our buay
DENTAL ASSISTANT — Expany. 888 Palmer Ave . Suite 2. ing, learn. A miac maintenance
environment
PAINTERS — Commercial A cus- to be trained as a forman for an
perienced chair side Full-time. Middletown, NJ 07746
duties Black aeal boiler license a tom painting Must have 5 yra exclusion blow molding Co Call
We'll teach you everything you Long Branch area. 222-4321
+ Immediate opening. Good exp.. own trans 495-i 300 or 739-IOOOfor moew into.
HEALTH FORCE
PEOPLE CARE
iPN
EALTH AIDES
need to know for this diversified. DENTAL HYQENIST — We need
company paid benefits Pleaae 767-4373 hra. 6-10 p.m
157 Broad Street
OF SOUTH JERSEY INC
Nm»>m) Dept
PLUMBERS HELPER - Needed
interesting job.
call tor appointment 544-9100
3 weet - Suite 3
the beet hygenlsta tor young
244 Broad SI /P0 Bo< 8826
De LBSALlE HALL
for local work Must have at least
preventive dental practice Both
MAINTENANCE PERSON
Red Bank. NJ 07701
Red
Sank.
NJ
07701
Ntomin
Sp'<rig» Rosd
1
yr
axp
671-0473
or
671-5656
Background
experience
in
Oood aalary. incentives, and ex- our Mygenists are moving out ot
Light plumbing electrical and
(201) 530-1161
12011530-1888
L.nciOtt NJ 07738
cellent benefits Call lor an ap- •tale We need full-time and Anodic and related chemical fin- gardening Call 222-8016
iThe Professions!
)20i 1 530.94 W
ishes Send resume to: Box
PORTERS
pointment:
pan-time top quality people Call
Healln
Care
Service
I
J-460,
- The
Register.
MANAGEMENT OPPORTUNITY
Needed immed.
542-4000, Ext. 252 now 671-6816.
Shrewsbury, NJ 07701.
M/F— Salesperson Part A fullAn Equal Oppty Employer M/F
DEPENDABLE - Responsible
Full or part time.
FLORAL DESIGNER
time Immediate openings avail- Do you want to spend your sumCLERICAL — Invoicing A reports peraon to alt with Nanny while I
Experienced
able for sales profesalonsls in mer on the beach but earn $70Call 495-1400,
on IBM PC. Light typing A other go out. Call 642-2146.
$150 a week working in our teleCall 741-2665
mans A ladies fashions Exp
clerical work. F/T with benefits
DISPATCHER — Part-time, for
helpful, but not a muat. Send phone aalea program part time?
PRESS PERSON
Send resume A aalary require- Taxi Service. Apply In peraon
FRAMER
Personnei Depl
Mr Forimuller/Mrs Barrows
resume to: ABC Sports, 31 WIN train but must have a good
NURSES tPN/RN
For AS Dick 360 preaa
ments to C I Company, Box 301. Middletown Yellow Cab 55 Long- Forman for framing crew A help- Church S t . Little Silver 07738
telephone voice Pleaaant workMsispio> Mgmi Services ol
Personnel Recruiters
All shins
Exp neceeeary Call 431-2366
Monmouth Beech. NJ 07750.
ing conditions Houra Mon-Frl
MCOSS NURSING SERVICES
wood Ave.. MIOdletown 10 er Must hsve own trans. A hand
Temporary and
RIVERVIEW
6PM
to
9:30PM
A
Sal.
9
to
1PM
151
Bodman Place
tools Call after 6pm 820-7564
a m -4 p.m See George
vacation relief
MANAGEMENT TRAINEE
CLEANING PRIVATE HOMES
Call Diana after 6PM
Red BanH N J 0770' .
MEDICAL CENTER
IEACHVIEW NURSING HOME
We're looking for career-orienMature, reliable with car only
DISHWASHERS — Part to full542-4»66
i20t| 5)0 M8C
(201)
787-6100
ted
people
who
wish
to
advance
35
Union
Street
Mint Malda 775-3840
time Mostly nights, ft, round
PURE WATER NOW
rapidly to management position PART TIME — Medical SpecialRed Bank. N J 07701
CLERICAL HELP — Knowledge position Apply In peraon Bahrs
1201)530-2200/2222
Earn S300 weekly Major corpor- |16-20k flrai year earnlnga ists. Legal Clerks, and Cooks. No
ASK ME HOW
Of computer esaentiai Light Rest. Highlands.
ation in Red Bank located on Rt aalary + commission can be an- experience, wa will train. Earn
Work 4 mgnts and
Distributorship* available
typing
Weekends
required
DISHWASHER/DIETARY AIDE 36 has (3) openings for bright, ticipated Benefit package A car great pay + 62000 Cash Bonus
get paid for 9
Call
291-5610.
<4/hr Call 741-4131 for appt.
— Experience preferred Excelaaeertlve
personalities who allowance For a positive, logical. + <5040 Gl Bill • I10.OO0 stuon the 11 10 7 shirt
- Needed to cover
lent aalary A benefits Apply in
make a nice appearnace and can A responsible individual who can dant loan replacement Call for REPORTERS
COMPUTER OPERATOR — IBM person Atlantic Highlands Nursmunicipal government meetings
Osy Care Center is
Nunsts AIDES
NURSES AIOES
motivate
people,
thla
la
a
real
verbaiite.
We
will
train
aa
marinterview
747-2211.
Other
|obs
system 38 Red Bank area
for The Dally Regiater. Some exing Home, 8 Middleiown Ave..
available lor employees
keting representatives
Must opportunity to forge a career. available
Full 8. Part tima
"AMERICANS AT
KINO JAMES
Hours B-S Call tor appitude test Mon A Frl. 8-4.
neceeeary Payment
have Economical and reliable Call Lawn Ranger 264-3661 to THEIR BEST Prior service may perience
children
642-6262.
HILLTOP PRIVATE
per
article
Pleaae
don't
call
NURSING
HOME'
set
up
an
Interview.
car Call Mr Trout 747-B600 beapply. N J ARMY NATIONAL Sand reeumes and work samFree Parking
DISHWASHER
—
Full-time.
NURSING
HOME
CONSTRUCTION CO — In need $-4 50/hr. •
400 Hwy 38
tween 10 a m to 12 noon only
overtime
Call
ples to Jane Foderaro, City EdiMAINTENANCE PERSON - For GUARD.
of Exp. operators, for bulldozers, 741-4131 for appt
Middletown NJ 07748
FULL/PART-TIME — Banquet garden apt. complex. Light
Middletown NJ 0/748
tor, Box 0-406. The Dally Regiabeckhoe. and front-end loader
waiters/waitreaeee Great jobs
(2011
871-0177
l
b
i
i
t
i
A
d
n
i
ter. Shrewabury. N J . 07701
DISHWASHERS — Needed
(201) 291-MOO
for students Flexible schedules.
Call bet 4 30-7 30, 566-7821
We're Equal Opportunity EmCal b e o e
Apply in peraon see Fran Penin- W
CONSTRUCTION COMPANY — Pleaae Apply or call, The Pear
Mornlnga B a.m. to t p.m. dally ployers M/F.
sula Houae. On the ocean. Sea 5 p.m. 741-8116.
Hiring people tor pipe crew. Only Tree Reataurant- 642-8747
OR
1
p.m.
to
5
p.m.
dally
Collage
MARTY'S FAMOUS CHICKEN - students and housewives welNuraing Depl
Bright.
REAL ESTATE CAREER
experienced personnel In thla DOLLY MADISON KITCHENS —
Rlba. and seafood, will need 2
OROVE HEALTH
Are you reedy for a career in real
flew need apply Can between New Jersey's largest custom
GAS PUMPER WANTED M/F
counter persons to start the comed. Earn 15 per hour. No
cabinet factory, needs an ex- Starting
CARE CENTER
7.30-4.30. 566-7821
$4 hr. Apply Duckworth week ol Aug 26. If you're honest experience neceaaary. We win estate? We need one highly
919
Green
drove Road
perienced aaleeperaon for retail
motivated
hard
working
Individreps New air
Sunoco Station, 741-4827.
CONSTRUCTION CO — In need or wholesale sales Excellent opand intelligent and not afraid lo train aa marketing
Neptune, NJ 07753
offices located on ual. We offer the training and
of Exp operators, for bulldozers, portunity. Call Mr Schart •
work. Apply at Marty's, 166 New- conditioned
1201) 122-3400
GLAZIER — Experienced
Rt 35 and Navealnk River Rd. opportunity you need to earn In
beckhoe. and front-end loader
msn
Springs
Rd
,
Red
Bank
No
Call Door's R Us Glass
Call 747-6600 between 10 a m to excess of 130.000 your first year
Call bet 4 30-7 30. 566-7821
phone calls.
Maimed Realtors, 739-4900
485-2626
2 p.m. daily
ATTENDANTS a CASHIERS —
For amuaomam Dualnaaa Yaaf
round, full a part tlma Idaal tor
High School atudanla & rallraaa
Call for inlarviaw Mon-Fri. 10-4.
4S9-0010
BOYS/GIRLS
MEN /WOMEN
Oua to a rapid growin. wa hava
•any morning nawapapar roulaa
availaoia IN YOUR AREA Call
1-800242-0850 today It you
want monay. pruaa and aitraa.
Adulta muat lava a car.
STAR LEDGER a i IN JERSEY
CLERK — Part-time Apply Biiow
Liquors. Rt 35. Eatontown.
542-0220
DRIVER
MANAGER a ASSISTANT MANAOER — Challenging Job with
advancement potential Oood
starting aalary, comprehensive
benefits Pleasant atmosphere II
are ennous to succeed and
GROUNDS
MAINTENANCE you
WORKERS — Full tlma A grow then coma talk with us at
HICKORY FARMS
Maaonal jpba QP«n Qraaacuttlna, ate Salary cpmmanaurata Seaview Sq Mall, June 17. Call
wiih axparlanca Apply In par- 922-8640 tor an appl or send
ton
Shadow Laka Vlllaga.
Mlddlatown
QAS STATION ATTENDENTS —
Full/part-tima All ahitta Muat ba
18 Apply in par ton Airport Plata
Ta»aco. Hailat. NJ
PAINTERS — Commercial A cuetorn painting. Musi have 5 yra
exp . own trans 48S-1380 or
787-4373 hra 5-10 p.m
REAL ESTATE SALES - We
have 2 positions available for
ntsnsed salespeople Increaae
your potential-call Darrah Aasoctates. Shrewsbwy, 741-3338
•
DRIVERS
MOTOR ROUTE
DRIVER
ATTENTION! R
ENTRY LEVEL
ACCOUNTANT
DATA ENTRY
ATTENTION!
ATTENTION!
ROY ROGERS
CMF CORP.
NURSING/MEDICAL
POSITIONS AVAILABLE
MAILROOM
HELP WANTED
CLASSIFIED
CLASSIFIED
CLASSIFIED
CLASSIFIED
CLASSIFIED
RN's • GN's • LPN's • GPN's • AIDES
Call 542-4006
PART TIME
SUMMER JOBS
FULL TIME
PART TIME
Information on placing an ad
In this DIRECTORY
please call 542-4000 ext. 252
379-6070
I li. Regialcr
TUBMY. AUGUST 13, 1985
Si HtlpWanUd
52
Babysitting
SUBSTITUTE TEACHERS - SI
Uary • HUH School. So Amboy
Call 72T-O74S b * . • • m.-noon
54 Situations Wanted 62 Mortgtgti
Female
LOW RATES
71 Merchandise
for Sale
71 Merchandise
for Sale
71
71 Merchandise
for Sale
Merchandise
for Sale
71
9B
Merchandise
for Sale
SPRINGSTEEN - Tickets avail
GUITAR - Ibaned X series de- OFFICE FURNITURE — 1 metal (or Aug 30 Looking Io swilcn \u
BABYSITTER - FulMima. Liva1st Mtg refinancing, 72 hour ap- BALDWIN ORGAN — Sutlbla for DESKS. FILES — Tablet, chain
DOMESTIC WORK — EM
church
Single
bed
1978
n or out tor 2 children (1-4 yr perienced woman looking for provals. 2nd Mtga A Corp Loam
storage
cabinets.
computer
•troyer II model guitar A Yamaha desk, 24M40 175 Wsinul wood 8-3' Call 2*1-926* or 2*1-4495
•ectetanel desk with I,ping reold A 1 -Infant) In Mlddletown
table*, offlca equip , etc et
amp Both like new Must sen
Kramer Fln'l
384-&O90 Fleetwood Broughem Cadillac
day work Excellent references
••>
to' Jackie or Tom
Call 223-3778
turn 1375 2 IBM Slandard typeMuM ba taliabia. maiura • •
bargain prices New or used
Both 1300 747-8705
BOYS AND OIHL8 OVER 13 parlancad Should drlva and 'all 583-2443
STANDARD SIZE STEEL
writers 165 ea Call 38B-3700
BEDROOM SET — Walnut
MONK
AFTERNOONS ANO hava racant raft Would aponaor
aak for Fran
OFFICE DESK |2'»«5 | Exc
ABEL
BRASS
BED
—
Queen
Queen
alia
Triple
draeeer,
mirEXPERIENCED CHEF — 14 yri
SATURDAY EASILY EARN MO- Call 071.7402
>nd 165 Call 671-6133
•its. classic prams design Curror, 2 night Stand!, armoire, 9 yrs
s*p Looking for permanent poaMO WEEKLY NO TRANSPORlist 11700 Now 11400 Love- PIANO — Upright Good con- STEINWAY PIANO — 9 yeari
old U00 or b/o 530-0832 after DIAMOND
(lon Institutional cooking backENGAGEMENT
TATION NECESSARY HOW- BABYSITTER NEEDED - For
ly antique Eaallake bedroom set, dition 1325 Call 431-4983 or
old Studio Excellent condition
5 30
ground • Call
after 330.
RINGS — 1 caral A larger Will
EVER YOU MUST LIVE IN
949-47*4
$1200
Green
country
loveseal
140O0 Call 747-5575
ind*>(gartan child part lima
71 Merchandise)
496-44S0
sell at wholesale cost Csll
KEANBBURO.
PORT MONBEDROOM SET
1200 Double mattress set. 1150 PLOW — 54' Late model cadet
SWIM POOLS ~— Warehouse
•oat Nack araa Ralar»ncaa <•741-3848
MOUTH.
BELFORO AND
for Sale
Modern, 5 piece, walnut. 1200
Yellow embroidered quilt. 1150
EXPERIENCED WOMAN - Will
Plow. 1100 Chains. 135 Call lorced to dispose of new onMIDDLETOWN AREAS THIS IB ulrad Call aftar 5 30, 642-B3AB
Csll 7B7-2O1B
babysit in her apt for working
DINING ROOM FURNITURE CaH 291-2571
842-3242
ground 31 long pools complets
BABYSITTER
—
Ftoubla
hours
NOT A PAPER ROUTE FOR
parents Agea infant A up Call 1984 HIGH OUTPUT GENER- BEDROOM SET 80' dark Pine hutch 1400 40"
Excellent
transportation
To
care
tor
PROVENTIAL
— POOL
MORE INFORMATION CALL
— Above
ground with huge sundecks. fencing, hi*
ATOR - Moltl-quip. 1900 or best condition Dark pine, single bed dark Pine dry sink Si00 Can ITALIAN
I yr old daughter A 1 yr. old W-5088 anytime
Couch Gold leaf pattern. 108
15 >2i K4 Used 1 season Mov- rate inters, pump, ladders warVINNY 542-49M AFTER 1 P M
offer.
Heavy
duty
battery and headboaord Desk, bureau, 871-4838
ranty, etc Asking $859 COMEXPERIENCED — Mother of 3 charger, 890 Both axe cond
long Kitchen table. 2 chairs, ing must sell include! everySUPERMARKET HELP — Pan
hutch cheat, end table and mir- DINING ROOM - 9 p>ecai t
will babysit In my Atlantic Hlgh- Call 495-0045
PLETE Financing avail Call Star
plate glass mirror Blue 12*19 thing 11200 Call 739-1850 or
lim» b«QQ«».
b
C MhK i A {Ml BABY SITTER - Needed, my
ror Muat sen. 8860 or best offer
piece bedroom set Excellent
li home Infants to ft Mon 264-1018
loll free 1-BOO-624-1326
rug 378-3959
clerk* n««d«<t Day * *v*ntng Holmdel home Muat drive Days
Cell 948-3850
condition Call between 9 A 6,
Call before 1 1 a m or after
noun •v«iiiW« PottUona avai.- A nights Csll 264-2207
JACK LALANNE — "Club mem- POOL TABLE 6 Coin Opararted
TELEDYNE - Lears Modutherrr
747-0847
4 30 291-123ft
BEDROOM SET - Queen/King
ibl» • ! our Liner of!. Shrewsbury
bership Executive Must sell
Good
tor
small
eras
Mydronic heating boiler gas
• n e Med'leranean dark ornate DINING R O O M ~ - B a t t e t P 14
I Fair Htvn locaUoni Apply In BABY SITTER - Rumaon For EXP MOTHER - will watch your
Best offer Call 291-1489
$800 or B/O
furnace energy monitor pump
19' SONY COLOR TV
Mon-Frl 3-6 p m 3 yr old or older in her w
g
wood Beautiful Beat offer ovet placet including lighted breakpwaon Mon, Aug. Itlh b*tw«*n school girl
Call
787-9820
175.000 BTU. 3 years Old 2
new. tetdom
used
JOHN DEERE A - With Sickle
M t h
hava own car Starting Keantburg Home Have fenced Like
$600 Call P M 842-5203
front Excellent condition ( 2 0 0 0
turn A 12 noon at ACME MAR- Must
1250/bett offer Must sell thlt
bar mower nol running 1500 or PROVISIONAL CASTRO COUCH grundfos pumps, expansion
8*p1 9. Rafs Call 222-1414
414
yard/porch
|2/hr Includes week Call 881-9084 mornings A BIKE FOR SALE - Ross 28".'To Call 871-1323
KETS. Rt U . ShrMnbury
tsnk $500 531-75*9
best
offer
Call
591-1385
BABYSITTER Responsible
Raaaonabia
Csllbtwn9-12
isalt. anackt 787-0903
weekendt.
284-8842
Mon • •pd, Blk/red Exc cond Like DINING ROOM SET — Country
5-7pm 222-6617
islur* person io babysit (or in3 0 ~ 8 O T T L E GAS RANGE SURVEY
French China clotet. table. 8 up- JUKE BOX - Art deco AMI &
evenings 8-9 p m , new | 7 6 Call after 5 p m
FAIR HAVEN MOTHER - Has a Thun
Avacado 4 burners, large seiltanl In my R*d Bank fioma Yaar
antique pinball machine 2 play- PULL OUT BEO - Colonist. 175
741-9576 Ask (or Steve
holatered chalrt $800
Call
cleanlng
oven
$125 Call
•ound position 2 nights • 3 days daughter 4 yrs old. will wetch 482-1359 If no answer at above
TECHNICIANS
*
n
Reasonable
Muii
MM
Can
Coffee
and
matching
end
table
your
child
In
my
home.
Starting
842-1402
20* BMX — Dirt bike wtth mag BLONDE - Veneer double bed
tor 3 hra Starling lmm*dlsl*ly
264-2330
dark pecan, good cond . $75 tor 741-2311 after 6 p m
Sept Call after 8 p m 530-4258
wheeia. W 0 11.000 BTU air con- dresser A night isble Fair con- DINING ROOM SET - 9 place
FIELD - 1 yr. Survey Crew «np.
Mutt hav* iniarn cara exboth
Gas
dryer.
Whirlpool,
6
yrs
3 PIECE — Glass end table a
ditioner. 115 volts. 1135 Call dltton »75 Call 787-0848
KENMORE AUTOMATIC WASH- old, exc cond, HOP 787-6037
walnut American of Mariinaville
parlanca Refer*nc*a required
GENERAL HOUSECLEANINQ
cocktail table H 5 0 i glass col871-8083
BON MARCHE BOUTIQUE - Mint cond Must see to believe
ER - S50 8 patio doors,
$60
Will pay lop dollar Call 530 0498
RAILROAD
TIES
- New f e e t e b l e l 3 0 Call 787-2019
doubla-pan* $50 SoloNa* ax
offar • hWtory of aiabl* • m .
FORCED OUT OF BUSINESS
Asking $1000 Or best Otter Call
Call 5O6-8257
' io answer 741-S177
TICKETS - BRUCE SPRINGarcisa macrima. coil $500 baai creosoted 6x6x8, 18 40 Preisan accraditao pro2 BEDROOM SETS — 1 Ham- Selling everything to the bare eves or wknds 787-2167
HEAVEN'S
HELPERS
—
2
Chrisoftar Call aftar 6 p m , 070-1661 jra-trsated 6K6X8 17 80 7x7n6, STEEN at Meadowianda Credit
iMatonal
•nvironrwii,
tulfy BABYSITTER - Teacher needa
mond Sounder organ, dining wall! Men woman a A children) DINING ROOM SET - Chlpenwomen looking for houteCard* 302-999-1670
SfiSO Delivsf 1-6OO-523-B7O7
iomp«Mtt»» pay rataa and an • • • mature woman to care for tod- tian
room set, pre-standmg fireplace, 25 Main Si Hwy 3ft. Ealoniown
clsanlng |obs Hsve good rets
dale style sldeborad. 2 arm KINQ SIZE — Thomasvilia haad- RASPBERRIES - Picx lham
dler in my home 4 days a week
i*w>siva banaftt program
air
purifier,
2
doHhousee.
A
other
at
Open
at
11
a
m
1IRES - 4-BF Goodrich radial
Tuea t h n
Call Keren 495-1307
chain. 2 side chairs Duncan
board. Paean, $50 Rattan 30
Call 583-5968
Household items if interested
TAs GR6015 Aaking 160 Call
Fyle style table/w 2 leaves All
cornar nap tiar-iabla formica daily after 2 p m (Except S a l
BOXES -CORRUOATED
Plaaaa reply with raaum*. Mlaiy CHILD CARE — Mature A r t HOUSE WORK — Stt
6/17) $1 60/qt Wllliami Farm
229-9047
741-6010^
eac quality reproductions C'rca
tops $40 Call 747-5212
For
Moving
A
Storage,
and
for
'•qutramanta and data of avail- llabte woman to live in my
345 West Riverdsle Avs, Tinton
Refencea, eiiperlence. own
1930 Will tall individually or as
Induitry A complete line of
KITCHEN TABLE — Formica Falls PHons 542-1492, 5-6 p m TRAD? SPRINGSTEEN — 2
•tMMly io
Shrewsbury home To care for
DRESSERS — A matching packaging lupplies 482-4872 or set Call 747-8878 7 a m -B p m
ticket!. Fn Aug 30 Section 103
Call 774-5423 between 5-7 p m
Oak look top $50 Tirat. wilh ( 2 ) 8 ,
IB month old toddler girl Call
leak, while A gold, S80 Antique 747-409*
Personnel Dept.
lug Dodga nma. 16 5- 1 brand I HECllNER - Brand naw Ma- row 33, tor either Sun 18, Mon
( f f i DISHWASHER — Used
711-1670 aher 7 3 0 p m
»3S
Call
291-90*8
HOUSEKEEPER — Live-m for
19. 21 or 22 Cat! 747-2673
t\»+t $100 Call 787-3315
j d'um blua waloor wall hi
MATCHING — Moaa green BRAND NEW — Sofa, chair and Good working condition Psle
T&M ASSOCIATES CHILD CARE - in my Oakrturst Single or couple in Shore area
yellow
1100
Call
after
6
p
m
0i with pads. 15*11'•» and ottoman Beige with lots of
KITCHEN TABLE — 48' round ' ^
Good cook Reliable, No tmokP.O. Bom A 2 I
home for S A 3 yr old girl*
TVRO
842-195*
•vilh 12* laavaa Haat raslatant
mg or snlmala Weekenda off
i i i ' v iteam cleaned Good pillows Also, dining room set,
Dapl RBR
Responsible, reliable non-imokSatellite ayatem 1900 •
lop a 4 chaira Solid mapia
Reft. Avail Sept K a PO Boa
Ing woman Own trana Re's
ndition. 1100 each Award oak, wtth 4chair* U U I I M I I Besi DP~ GYM PACK -^WelghiTset.
Had Bank. MJ 07701
870-1681
| 1 5 0 Guitar, never used. H 0 0
•tainad walnut $400 542-7175
Teachers
schedule
Call 291. Neptune, NJ 07754 0001
nmng Lafayette stereo, with offer Call 957-178*.
2 CUSTOM MINI BLINDS Equal Oppty E m p l o y f M/F
229-3316 before 10 a m/afler 6 Call 249-7215
a f t f 8,
errard record changer and 3 BUICK APPOLLO 1974 - 2 Mink itole. 1150 Call 842-3380,
Wrong site Still m box, 4 1 " long
emote speakers. 175 747-5791
, REFRIGERATOR — Ifl cu rt
door, (nova style) Very good leeva message,
SWITCHBOARD
OPERATORS
KITCHEN SET
IRONING — 7 days a week
x 2 7 , " wide 1 round marble
~ All •h.fw avail Long l*rm am- CHILD CARE - Mature minded Same day service or pick up and
condition PS, A/C, 53,000 ortg
DREXEL DINING ROOM - ItalTabia 30x36 and 4 chaira. $125 I iroatfree, $'35 Washer a dryer, table, exc cond Ong 1450. sailI 16 Ib , perfect $110 A/C, 9000
jioymant NO axp n«
miles
1800
Call
787-8401
ian
Provenclal
10
chairs
ExcelCall
4M-8217
delivery
Call
530-9893
woman to care for 2 boys. 11 A 2
HOMES WANTED CANNING JARS — 12 ^OterT lent condition 11500 or best KITCHEN TABLE — Solid oak1 BTU $75-tan osiivet 530-2997 ing for $100 5 Blorago cheats
Mil iraln. Can 671-9200
yrs for a professional couple
I WILL WATCH YOUR CHILD winter white, new. ong 145 ea
Smith-Corona manual portable offer Call 872-2909
SWITCHBOARD
OPERATORS 12 30-6 30 p m Mon-Ffl Own in my Keantburg home 5 years
(fruilwood Imnh) Formica top, | R E V R I G E R A T O R - ~HoTpoin1 Sell (or 125 ea 2 Medileranesn
homH needed to display new 135 Call 741-3880
- 3pm ahifi A midnight thin car HcHmdet, 946-4176
two 12" iMvar 4 oak chain Exc i frost free Excellent condition
experience Referencee availGAS DRYER — Whirlpool
hanging lamps $25 ea. 5*6-5788
aoMd vinyl Biding by B*1hl*h*m CARPETING — Wall to wall
i
Call
Kenneth
before
6
p
m
Fiaa h r t , axp prat bul noi rtac
cond
$325
Call
741-6240
tars Old Sicellsnt
eel Oiva your horn* a naw
COLLEGE STUDENT — FlealMe able Snacka provided Full or
WASHER A ELECTRIC DRYER
| 842-6747
Mml pa dapawdaMa 741-4343
100 Call 787-6037
ook Qualified homeownera will Ma|or mill liquidating entire
hours Own transportation To pan time Call 496-3379
GE 2 Bpd . 4 cycle waaher with
KOOS SOFA - Mauve, 78' Cost
*c*iv* dealer inc«nitv» rebatea •lock, brand new 100% nylon
REFRIGERATOR/FREEZER
2
mini basket, Dryerwith 2 Cycle, 3
TAILOR NEEDED — For drycars for my 4 yr old daughter A 1 I WILL WATCH YOUR CHILD —
$900
asking
1225
Country
ELECTRIC
DRYER
itirtg io huoa savings from Any 3 rooms living, dining,
yr okl ton M3-3396 to 1 30
door,
18
cu
ft
Avacado
White
heat
selection, 1500 Retnger'
,i«anir»g ttora tn Matawan araa
French sofa table. 1100 Cherry
185 or besi offer
In my Shrewsbury home 2 yeers
bedroom 10 375 sq ft |188 inpnca t melallatwn H»
Muti b a aaparianoad Can LOVING PERSON - To babytrt and up Large yard a i d rsferenator GE 2 dr . good lor summer
Queen Ann rocker. 175 Tra-Wesimghouse 14 cu ft freezer
Call 291-2276
ulrad, no money down 100% cludes custom install over pad
Boih lor 1 3 2 5 kitchen. 1150 Call 948-4273
166-3232
ditional end tables, 140 ea Col- Exc cond
1 school age and 1 10 mo old COS Call 747-8478
nancing available No paym*nta Financing Call Barry (201} EXECTRIC WASHER A DRYER
onial coffee table. 115 Colonial 264-5365 or 787-2777
WASHERS (2) — Full ana ( 1 4 5
I
laM
(umnw
Call 888-7200
TAXI DRIVER — MMdtMown Vsl- child in my home 8-4 p m 3-4 I WOULD LIKE TO — Baby Bit.
— Extra large capasity 1150
trestle table 1125 3 piece wicker | REFRIGERATORS - (21 White and $165 Excellent condition
ow Cab. Apply m paraon at 55 days a week Own trans A non- your home or mine With little
each, or 1250 lor both Make
201-634-9371
set, 150 High riser, 150 3 all I4 coppertoned $125 each Dark
and guaranteed Delivery availsmoker a must Reply to Bon housework Included Muat be
CASTRO CONVERTIBLE
- oM«' Call 75B-0644
.ongwood Ava , Mlddto
different
living
room
chai'i
$20
able Can 797-7721
•> PC BEDROOM SET "
pine double Dad with 2 matching
N 492
The
Register, picked-up 12.50/hr 284-2788
Queen sue sleeper Good con- ELECTRIC GAS PUMP - $150
S— Oaorga
_ 'Sown, QuMn S i »
Shrewsbury. NJ 07701
dition S2O0 Call 739-0778 sfier Manual on pump, 150 Air con- $20. A $75 12,000 BTU A / C end tables box spring A matWEDDINU DRESS
TEACHERS — Early childhood
LOVING MOTHER OF 2 — Will
Oood Cond . $300
1375 Call 671-7650
trass $126 Kitchen sett (2) tor5 pm
ditioner, 15000-BTU, Ilka new.
Brand new, never worn
* r t Join warn in challenging LOVINQ WOMAN — To care for grve TLC to your child In my East
Call 495 9462
mica 6 chaira A 4 chairs, $75 A
1125
787-5400.
11
s
m
-4
p
m
LAWN
T
R
A
C
T
O
R
'
8
hp,
36
CAT CARRIER — All wood
Muat see
program Rapty Boa H I S . Rad 6-mo -Old in your home or my Keanaburg home Large fenced
$50
Large
dresser
with
mirror
i Sears Excellent condition 1425
Call 530-722*
Middtetown home Mon thru yard Exc ref~a 498-3480
Bank. NJ 07701
IR CONDITIONER - 8500 BTU Super 4 picture frames. 16H20 A S»k for Anthony Qraziano
$35. Chest of drawers $25 Small
QRANDFATHEFt | Call 671-6386
Frl 8-8, to sUrt in Oct Non
Mrs First M 0 Bathroom 24x38 Oiant bearded Ina. all col- E~MPEROR
china closet 135 Antique Mapia
1 WHITE BEDROOM S E f
MATURE MINDED PERSON tmokar CaH 671-1333
owe*
curtain,
Pleaiglasa ors Call 739-4717
|
LINCOLN
CONTINENTAL
1*67
twin bed, complete $60 Maple
Reasonable
Needed immediately for 14 mo
and new All finings U S 2 CHAIN LINK FENCE — Perfect CLOCK — Solid black walnut
Call 671-6209
MATURE WOMAN NEEDED —
old 3-4 old days weekly Phone
300K Moving moon dial 8 day. — 2 door, 89 000 ong miles bedroom set. twin bed dreaser |
Needs work 1400 firm Call chest A bedding $125 Antique
To babysit in my Middletown 431-9484 or 972-0008. Atk for hairs. 1 BentwOOd. 1 Oak. 93 cond Remove from front yard movement Exc cond Sacrifice
TEENAOCR N f E D E D - Aftar. ZENITH TURN TABLE — 2
tech
Roof coating
Never
j 2*1-2047
Maple
chest
of
drawers
145
home > days starting in Sept
>oona. 3-4 in R*d Bank offlca
$1095
Platform
rocker
wilh
01Micheue
racks Contains SlTacone A and tts yours free Call 842-2598
Double bed 9 * 0 12 ga auto- ! speeNars. stand. Fischer cassei3anaral ctotn up. arrand* A Csll 747-3040 eve*. 431-7366
isonite 20 geHon minimum 90 CHAIRS — 280 Metal folding, 30 io"isn solid Oak, cushions neu- ' LIVING ROOM SALE - C h a m matic ahotgun. permit required ' is deck with Dolby, $130 Roll bar
MOTHER — Of 2 preschoolers
torn* offloa duilaa Muti ba
tral 189 Morns chair about 100
recimsr chair, couch, sleeper
! for pick-up truck, 175 Air conays credit ToH off this month tables 30X72' Call 741-8109
jrif**caiiy strong A nava drtvara MATURE - Loving person to will cere for your schod-aged
couch. A table Call after 6 p m $125 Twin boa spring A matlreaa i ditioner Sears coidBpot. 18,600
years old Very good condition
Sll 922-2880 sfier 4 p m
child
before
and'or
after
school
CHAIRS
—
(2|
UphoWered
wel< 150 Air conditioner. 5000 B T u
toanaa
Call for inicrvtaw. care for 3 yr old child in m
$175 4 piece mirror top living
264-B114
BTUS, 220 volts. $100 Call
m my Matawan/Aberdeen area
1
: _. M Q E 25" TV console . room eel solid Oak. used 2
I like new 175 264-6458
IR
CONDITIONER
OE
quiet
I
*
•
'
q
642-5269
home, light housekeeping Mon
home Will provide trantpoi
LOUISVILLE — Gas powered hfi
BTU' Bought
B h 19*4
condition
cooll 5 000 BTU'a
19*4 1100 Dresser, vanity, A canopy months, excellent
, RUGS — Brown shagg with pademofcor S70-»JH
talton to school or bus ttop if
200
Day 774-7800. eves bed H 0 0 All In good cond Call ! Sacrifice 1750 10x12 plush ladder 1800 1 set ol pump ding i o . 15 130 1 brown rug 1 72 Garage Yard
QUALITY DAYCARC — A pre- neceeaary Call 588-3190
. jacks. $20 1 set of isddsr jac»s
741- 82*9
9*7-0784
white carpet Used 2 months Ex- ! 126 CaH 671-8723
1OO\ nylon $30. both vary good
tchool program for 3-ft yr oldt In MOTHER OF 3 - Will watch your
Salt.*
cellent condition 1 2 0 0 Some
cond Fischer Price hi-chsir mini
ItLEMARKETINO - Be pan of well equipped leechert home
AIR CONDITIONERS
Child In my home, meals inantiques Call after 2 p m | L^SHA'PEO LIVING ROOM" SET cond 130 Call 563-6159
; E KEANSBURG - Middletown
i i eictttng in-houe* program
I 14.000 BTU'B, 115 volts. 1125
Call M-F (or appl 717-9180
cluded Transportation can be 2) 11.700 BTU s, 220 volts, S i 0 0
530-9677
— Sectional. Hke new. wine velTwp
78 Wehawken Ave Ria.fi
Appro* 20-10 h r t / w k Will train
RUQ — Karastan Claaaic-Amanout Call
Barbara
lurn 1 block passing Catharines
:all Pal CaMH 9K-32OO E.t 26 RELIABLE WOMAN — To care worked
lest offer Good cond 739-0894
F I S M T A N K - 70 gallon Stsnd | vet S400 Call 264-5352
can Heritage pattern. 12x15
CHECK THIS OUT.
my 2 Children 5 i 4 1 1 y r i797-2077
Church Texas Bteerhida rug
hood A power filler Brand nev<
L-SHAPED SECTIONAL COUCH matching t& Call 747-9562
Get
more
readers
to
check
out
|R
CONDITIONERS
—
Window
rELEPHONE INSTALLERS in my home Full time start{ brown/white
4-dr
Lincoln
MOTHER - WHI watch your
Like new. wine color $350
nits. 5,000 BTU $96 13,000 your ad with a CHECK at the top | cond 1250 Cell 530-9574
Irowtng company looking tor a
mid- Sept Please catt after 7
RUSSEL SWEATS
) Towne Car other interesteing
child In my home, full or part
Csll 264-53_S2
j
and/or bottom of your copy Call j FISH TANK FOR~ SALE — 6
TU $245 CaH 741-8744
'ew good people with lime or no
> 530-0097
Vannty of cotora & a i » * , $10 ea | 8 * ' ^ N o *"<*d'« Wngs
time meala provided Refererv
The Daily Reg>ster Claaaified De- I show lank with Hand A flores- , MAHOGANY STUDENTS DESK
wperienoe to learn the teteFANNY WARMERS - $12
LL PRICES DRASTICALLY RE
cat Can 498-1422
I MIDDLETOWN — Aug. 16 A 16
partment ' today for details. cant lights Gravel included
— Excellent condition HOOfirm
shone mduetry This I* an entry RESPONSIBLE LOCAL WOMAK
Call 671-7550
1UCED DURING THIS END OF
Thrus A Fn 9-3 Books house< Queen Anne wing back chair
— To cars for my IB month old A OCEANPORT M O M — WIN EASON SALE ON ALL 19*8. 542-1700
1100 Call 291-2854
•vet position People with • •
hold items A gym set 33 LafayetSCANVERTI3ER • — Ultrs deiui
| never used, $200 firm 2 pieces
aeceAce need not apply Cell 4 yr old Children Mon A Tuee watch your child before or after
IEW 31 FAMILY-SIZE SWIMFREE2ER 0 6 - 12 cu ft upright
computer
Electronic
ngnboard
te Ct off Bunkerhill of Bamm
Samiomts
luggage
$40
8-3
in
my
Fair
Haven
home
Apschool.
Now
or
Sept
Exc
rets
Uon-Fri
between 6 30-4 30
4INO POOLS COMPLETE WITH
w>th
lock,
$200
Large
yellow
and
6
screen,
program
display
New
Hollow
686-96*0
;anl must be ioving A patten! Call 389-1734
1M-6196
>ECK FENCE FILTER A WARbeige
couch
$25
Call
642-3468
J42
1900
*«t
395
Ask
lor
with a good sense oT humor A
I
MOVING TANOLEWOOD
IANTY
ONLY
1*59
00
C
O
M
,
NORMAN
ROCKWELL
COLLECTEACHERS
TLC
Along
with
F
R
E
E
Z
E
R
^
16
Cu
ft
ComRoger (M-F.fl-5)
REAL
should be prepared to uae own
I
Center Mall Colonial Sale, cusLETE
FINANCING
AVAIL
preechool
program
for
your
child
TOR
PLATES,
set
of
12.
for
mercial 3 yrs old 1400 Can
car to take my children to thei'
TIRE PEOPLE/TRUCK
LBLE
CALL
BOB CLOTHES — Pantftar Faaniona 671 -0876 or 530-5611
j COST, 1300 firm Call 767-0603 8 STRING Q U I T A R ' -^TNon-'elec- | tom sofa, loveeeat. matching
appointment! Ideal position (or in my Middletown home Refs
tnci
$35
Man
•
10
Spd
bike
$35
drapes
A
sheers
Blue print Exc
900- 223-0407
Experienced
MEDALWEIGHTS - Bar bench
at WhotMat* PricM
!
FURNITURE SALE - Atlantic
energetic young mother with 1 from teachers 971-8090
Call 747-2945 or 747-3383
cond ANTIQUE bedroom, lull
Call Katny 871-7696
ALSO
Highlands Fngadare A gaa stove j (incline and squat rack} heavy
ALL GLASS — 8 lone showcase.
child (who would be welcome to
TEACHER
I bed, dressing table, chair with
I
bag
iAII
m
top
condition
>
2SLEEP
SOFA
v
1100
Beautiful
Call
for
camp
TV.
19'
with
stand
come (May with mine) Excellent Desires Babu Sitting A Tutoring
SERVICE MGR
COLDAN - 6 (Mi cas*. Oloba
I tn-foid mirror original hand
Schwmn men's bikes
Call
41-1238 or 741-0*41
Colonial style $50
referencea required Call beIn My Home
alioar stainloaa i(*>*M <rark tabiaa Braided rug Sectional couch
painting Antique Victorian bookAND
Can attar 3 p m
tween 8-10 pm 530-4818
Ceil 54 2 825* after 8 P rt
l caae, original glass Colonial
ANDERSEN WINDOWS — and and much much mora Can Stanley 6 piece bedroom set. full 67 i . 1381 after SI_J
CLERICAL/MANUAL
767-5644
WOMAN WITH CAR — To care
sue
bed
Bsssett
bedroom
set
7
71-16*0
rocker Mora Call 787-3632
doors.
A
Atrium
doors
SOS
dis, MICROWAVE OVEN - LHaBftM
(or children after school Mon - WOMAN WISHES — Domeettc
full
n
n
bed
A
bureau
Down
LABOR POSITION
Ount Delivery 1*00-523-8707
"SODA VENDING M A C H I N E S ' ' ! MOVING-2 family yard sale, 23
position for buay people
COLONIAL FURNITURE - An- couch A chair to match Can i 1175 or best offer Swimming
2 30-5 W p m starting Sepi
Birch St Beachwood Aug 10
Some in location
Record/Inventory
chores included Plus mue
I pool 24x4. filter isdder and
tiqua dough box tabia avc cond 2*1-20*8
Call 729-1482 afterflp m
1
iNSWERING
MACHINE
—
' 10-3 No early callers
Call 7*7-9707
flexible Reiiabta. honeai. own
deck included Besi offer Can
Top wage* All benefits
Reminder 1400 Like $400 Round dark pine ubls 2
usna References furnished on
^_
SOFA — 90" gr*«n and white i
CeH 787-0324 after 5 laavaa * * NKhoia ft Stone SACRIFICTSALE - Musi sell ! 2*4-4378
TRAINEES M/F
request
Pieaee cell Kaffiy
1
Porwattc Halp
Windsor
chaira
$290
Large
dark
ask tor John
fruitwood
Italian
MOV ING-MUST "SELL - Girls stripe velvet Qood condition
284-1358 after 4
Pine dry tlnk | 1 0 0 Dark Pin* Solid
Can att 00M as* for
6-piece bedroom set pme open Besi offer Can 671-1B31
CLEANING PERSON - ReferANSWERING MACHINE — Like Pennsylvania House bin *ty<« Provlnchtai braakfront server
HertOr or John
encee Reliable 2 30 5pm Once
bookcase, chrome A glass mir- , SPACE HEATERS — (2) for M.le RUMSON — 16 Sycamore Lane
• n d labW $100 Dark Pine drop- lee can. table A 6 chaira Exc
with remote. * * 0 Casio add
every 2 weeks
HB
CaH55 Situations
buy
741-902*
i
>or Colonial coffee A end tables Bail offer Can on weakanda or Contents of Posh estate will be
TIRES. TIRES. TIRES
Q machine 120 Sharp adding NMl end labi* $100 Sofa. Ron
971-4223
reclmer towel & rug sat Call attar 8 p m Mon-Fn, 291.4504
Wantex) Mala
sold 'rom attic to cellar F n A
machine, Hke new. $40 Teaea armad looa* pillowed grean v*(- GE VCR A CAMERA - 1 1 0 0 0
AUTO TIRE
642-9380
Sat Aug 16 A 17, * - 1 p m
•umente computer (keyboard v«l. axe ' cond, but i u n lad*d firm Must see to appreciate Call
CLEANING PERSON - Reliable
ALGEBRA HELP
SERVICE PERSON
SPRINGSTEEN - 2 graat »•>'• Furniture sterling, china and
only) 170 Paneeonic electric 1100 Call 671-1627
Own transportation References
High School Students
747-70*0 4 30-5 45 or B - n p m MOVING — Childcratt crib/youth tor Sprmgiteenai Meadowlandi
Full time and pan-ame Morn
giaM A Lone Arranger Sale
pencM
eherpnar.
17
2*4-2778.
bed
wtth
drawers
$200
Cuatom
*
Cell
542-2296
CaH 291-3747
747-70*0
_______
: can't mail* it Will awap for 2
mge and afternoon hours avail
COLONIAL COFFEE TABLE
window treatments woven wood I great aaata m Philly 9*6-729?
ANTIQUE*
Victorian
OE WASHER — With mini
OUST BU8TERS - Commerce!
Caw I f 0 0 — aali for Charlie
A MAN A TRUCK FOR HIRE —
77 Pats and
2 end labiaa
snada. $100 verticie Dimds Also
mahogany etagere. mint 1250
basket. $200 Whirlpool gas
eeidantiai floor waaing. carpet Pick up A deliver light hauling
TIRE CHANOER - WRh truck
MO
wicker dressers and desk $75 STEREO - AM/FM 8 track
Livestock
dryer, 1200 Both 9 moa old
Small moving joba Yards attics Singer sewing table, reetored
tire experienc* Red Sank Tir* ihampco
Cil 717-9446
Call
741-2835
phonograph
m
cabmel
Elecquor cabinet A ladies desk
£«c cond 284-2776
act now
2-THOROUGHBRED MARES A imaii cellars cleened Guftera
Co . 747-3404
1
COMMERCIAL WALK-IN R E 1100 Musi see 67>-60?5
MOVING — Sacrifice 9 piece trophonlc. nke new $100 Csll Well bred For riding or breedTOWNSHIP O* ABERDEEN
QUITAR
787-2057
Aak
for
Barb
EXPERIENCED — Women to etc Free eats Joe 496-1*97
Appro.
ANTIQUES — Antique oak deek. FRIGERATOR
| Singer dining room pecan finish
mg $750-1^500 Call 946-8515
Director of Zontng end Devetop- care for 90 year old ledy m her E T C CONSTRUCTION Martin with herd case
1376 Square oak table with 12-.10 with motor Beat on*r
I axe cond custom table pads SUMMER^S^LE — Wicker, tatment PoetMOo requires a con own home 5 morninge per week Vslensi Additions, decks. Sky
$300 firm
747-Q2W
drawer, llOO Gateleg table
1 and 2 leafs, $700 Firepisce set lan A'pine furniture A baskets
AT OWNER- HANDLERS —
Hghta WIN help m
Call 291-2047
Refe 971-5594
{
brass
and
wrought
iron
screens
20-50%Off
Wicker
Baikal
Rta
Show handling and obedience
CO
work
Free
H50 4-windeor rueh seel chairs, CONTENTS OF HOME — Almost
ciaaaes Starts Aug 20 Neptune
FREE ROOM A BATH - f o o d
i foning and code en
ytning Furmtura. Air contd- GYM CLOTHING - All wetgMa 4 ! 2 large andirons 3 piece tool set 34 Cona Neck 462-8655
1100 Henkerchwf Ubte. H 5 0 5
530-78*9
area Call 291-2327
with stand Perfect condition
Job reeportsibilities allowance eccaas to ewtmmMg
•r. 10 spaed bikea organ eqipment for sal* Call b«tw**"
drawer lyre mirror drpeaer $75
3-6 p m 261-2489
$125 Cell 671-3541
are Construction Official Build- DOM, to Senior Cltlten or etngte
e****e**e*ee*e*e
CaM 871-1323
+ round corner end table. $15
CAT — • years old. All Week
ing Sub-coda Official Coda En- lady ^ exchange to play grandColonial love seat. 150 Colonial
MOVING - Contents of home
msie Declewed, neutered Free
MANMAOS
A SHOPPING
EXPERT
lh maichma
SURFBOARD
tcucfiiont Offioat and the Ad- mother roll IO 3 yr old boyTaping speckling, well repeirt
table
128 Etagere
to loving home Please can
Antique furniture, slereo p<ano,
Call BAGS - Buy 1 or 1000 OMie'S
WEIQHTUFTINQ
EQUIPMENT
mtnteiration of botn Pfenning Ntghia A weekends Move m patnung A paper 291-38*7
1100 Call 87 1 7550
291-0082
watcom* 2Sc 50c A $1 00 449 kitchen set. couch misc' Call
Sept
Can
after
9
pm
741-4987
MOTORCYCLE
BOOTS
end Zoning Boards Salary com
Doyd Rd AB*rd*en NJ Call
2*4-7*3*
GUTTERS — cleaner! and reCOCKER SPANIEL - Pure bred
RALEIGH BICYCLE |MENS)
meneurate fW> e»p Sand reCOUCH - 7 and matching love j 5*3-81 W
paired
(screening
MOVING - B r o w n vinyl reclmer
with papers 10 weeks old Buff
CALL 671-3788
euma io Aberdeen TownehJp
seat, red vetour, like new Begs
70-yeer-old of material for sewers Take as HAVE.
ANTIQUE
color Best offer Call 642-1744
An unwanted .lair" or
herculon rocking chai' all wood
Municipal BwUMmg I Aberdeen
beds. la Low prices 41 Carr Ave. two you d Ilk* to sell? An ad i r - t bureau Reasonable Excellent
bedroom eat,
day*
a 9or 642-5897 eve*
Square, Aberdeen. NJ 07747
GENERAL MOUSECLEANINQ
6 4 island Style Thruster $200 |
lt -rl^
draaaar. vanity Dancri. and
sue
for
10
days
|uat
M
M
Call
condition
284-8*25
eves
HIGH
SCHOOL
STUDENT
Keanaburg between 9-12 noon
Call 5*9-7110
6 m The Eye. Twin fin 1175 Both ;
CC
COCKER SPANIEL
TRAVEL A O I N T - FuN-«me
or
included
Call
767-M28
The
R*giate<
Classified
Looking for aummar work Mow
OFFICE-DESK
COUCH — good cond 90" long
or 583-9139
A K C 2 yrs Old
, excellent shape, rounded ,
Eipertenoa
nacaSttry-Saore
M8-17OO
ing lawna. painting. A sny odd APPLIANCES — Refnaerators. 840 Coffee table dark pine 125
30x80 Good condition
tails, single wing 6 I* WaterFree to good home
trsinM Carl 1720002 lor appl
HOMEMAKER — For minimum lobs CaH 530-9337. ae* torweehera A dryers Reconditioned Wicker peacock chair 125 Call HOUSE DEMOLITION — Entire
'.
borne
atngie
fin
1125
741-4370
Call 370-9259
$150
Call
74
1
5328
TRAJLEN DRIVERS
- fe.
ca/a of *td*riy lady 5 days wee*
Frank
A guaranteed 1100 A up Can942-9207 or 642-1567
contents
to
be
SO«d
including
ORGAN
•
Hammond
126
XL.
'
perterioad Apply 2*6 Broadway
Hour* nagoUabte
Breakfast
deliver You've seen the rest.
furniture Call 530-2049
Help Wanted
51 Help Wanted
lists tor $2,710 will sell 'or $1,800 [
MAN - with 9 yrs eipenenoe m now buy the beatl 530-2*97
Keypon Hre tiet l O i m - J p m
lunch and light housekeeping
COUCH — Colonial Good cond
HOUSE SALE — Bedroom set.
collections A repossessions is of
or best offer mmt cond many
MeKhing chair A miec Vary dining
room
set outdoor
TRUCK DWfVtR — E a p f f n o e d Ntt* atmosphere Hera required
faring his services to the rlgh
APPLIANCE REPAIR PERSON reasonable Call 741.7256
outstanding
feaiuraa Can
kx straight rack body Piumbtng Repty io Boa * -4ft1 The Regie
party Cell 2*4-4587
— Experienced, rets Laundry COUCH - Beige, 62" | 7 6 Lamp furniture A other household
456-3026. after 8
i Ideating Suppry Cleen lie Mr Shrewsbury. NJ 07701
items
8
Shady
Nook,
_•
'epeirs
Full-time,
benODD JOBS
Free eatimates
lebie,
29*x29*.
with
2
drs.
125
0U
U8SEEKnE•Ei P E R / N A N N Y —
OVER
350
LBS
—
Metal weights
Local area Oood eeiery A ben H O
Keansburg.
N
J
07734.
efits Apply in pereon Norwood
Starting Sept 3 hrs/da Mon-Fri
Reasonable rates Dump rune TV A Appliance Co 298 Broad- RCA victroia standing hand 767-2423 Wed Aug 7 or
666 Also various sue tires Can
eftle Mr AmoM 721-4243
(approx 3-8 p m i. lor MY 5 t W* work Clean antes A beee- way, Long Branch
767-6114
|
crank 1200 Call 872-1*45
TRUCK D M V E M - Peckers
464-5675 anytlrrw
merits
Call
544-0312
CRIB — with canopy A martresshstpers. tor household Moving yr old eon Own trans Also let
PAPER BACK BOOKS — about I
Iry
A dinner
preparation
Co immediate openinge tor
PAINTER - Exp RaUebie coiige BAR-B-QUE - Propane gas 136, Wooden hUh chair-H5. 2
TBM
TYPEWRITERS
3O0 50c ea Old records about I
175/Wti 738.1219 after 8 p m sutdent interior /eater tor "
single bedsp'seda with canopy
qualified pereone
Salary A
grUla. Locke 84 lawn mower
RENTAL
$22-$28 p*< mo 100 $1 00 ea Evea only can
REFERENCES
oomm haaert en eap Benefit*
curtain. A sham-tM eech Can FUnl-optlon to buy
U c cond CaH 741-1109
ates fuHy insured
747-1661
747-7166
Appby at Anederaon Broa Inc
ibie prices Call *57-St39
MATURE FEMALE - To cere *Ot
BASSETT
94*-4237
AJMed Van Lines, Si Mechanic elderly lady. Red Bank Sept i*- ask for Brendan
Canopy crib wtth acceeeortes
SI, Weal San*. NJ 741-0030
DANISH DININO ROOM SET lept 27 9 am - 1 p m Refs
1225
RAIN QUTTERS
Crib A mattress, white, stereo
>wn trana Send repiya to Boi
Cert 496-4426
Cleaned A repaired
chaira Vary good condition Call
B498
The
CeH 747-2*46 or 747-33*3
TYPIST WE WILL
Ethan A»*n furniture Including 4*8-1*15
Shrewsbury, NJ 07701
"
unrts
Queon
Ann
Ch*rry
RETIRED
CARPENTER
Sma
TRAIN
E U A B L E WOMAN — To cere and medium site (ooa andwriting deek. with daw * b*» DARKROOM EQUIPMENT — Aji
Leading Type Setter looking tor for my 2 ehMdren, 9 4 * r » yrs
Openings lor qualified individuals.
Sevarai chaata of Chatry. qua ty equiptnt Excellent condecks
CtU 741-6797
people who oan work 20-15 hrt
m my home FuH time Stari- 74-0*00
maoahony
A ptna
Heavy dition Complete i20O or beet
a wee*, typing at home on our ng mid- Sept Pleaae call after 7
Apply in person.
t
pedialat dining tabt* with 8 £ n * - ffer Cell 544-039*.
Computers converting authors
l A f E WAV OF REMOVING 630-00*7
ish Windsor chairs 4 Poster BO' DECORATOR SOFA - As"tanuecripfa » be eompatable
OW finish from your furniture A
bad,
large
bureau
and
much
aoned
living
room
furniture
Call
with our type setting system You TEEN — Mater Del area Mother* types of stripping Don 1 dip It, let
671-83*1
muat type at leaet 90 wpm ac- helper All chores 2 hours. Mon- Itanley hand strip it Stenley mof* Call 264-2778
curately and ba able to pick-up Frl. after school Ce« 971-9819
571009'
51 Help Wanted
51 Help Wanted
work 1 or 3 times a weak if | 3 per hour
interested send reeume aboui WOMAN — 1 day per week to do
roureatf to Urtfvereity Graphics. laundry. Ironing, grocery shopOne Register Plaza
11 Weel Ave . Atlantic Htohlandi. ping and some cooking for work. MMUGEMEIIT OPPORTUNITIES
NJ 0771S Attn. Typing Oep4
ng couple Car A reterenoas re- TEENAGE BOY — Will
Shrewsbury. N J . 07701
quired Call 5*8-7277
ng to do odd job Th« Rcglttar M i an opening tor a District Salas
to Frl 0 8
around Mlddlatown are
e p o y
p
Manager In Its circulation department
54 Situations
M 3 monlha Call 291-9097
'or summer. Mowln
Thlt entry laval position InvolvM supervising youth
WAITRESSES/WAITERS
Wanted Famala
awns,
etc Reliable
C A S H I I R f - ExoeHenl year 2-MQTHERS — Will babysit m
carriers In the areas of tales, service and collecPlease call Danny a
round poeWone Muet eppry in
Atlantic Higniandt home,
tions We provide training and an excellent comperson Howard Johnson's. Rt
anytime 2-5 tear olds CaH 671-4815, If no answex
pensation package. We are Interested In agrettlve
3ft. Ml
pleas* leave message
M l - 0 3 * 3 or • 72-9849
Individuals who have prior tales/or supervisory
WAITER/WAITRESS - Full-time
poefeone now available CaH for
e«perlence.
•PPt 2*4-3018
To Apply contact
ABOVE THE REST
WAITER/WAITRM6 - Popular
56 Situations
IN CHILD CARE
Lime BHver Lunohonetle FUH
Brian Banach
Your child ahouid be content. Wanted Male/Female
time l O i r S 1*4 Rumeon Rd
happy and well-cared for while
WE CLEAN A HAUL AWAY
HOST/HOBTESS/CASHIER
542-4000 Ext. 287
you work. I am a Fair HaverE*p
*us
peraons
mother who can do aM of the Private A Comm Light Mauling
Dependable Service
Waiter a/Watreeees Exp Eves A above! 3 yeara experience tn
583-5210
CaH after 8 p m 747-9158
nights Appry m person Red Oak chHd care wtth TERRIFIC referur«ni. Hwy 38, Hailat
ences) Call 842-8507
EG&G would welcome inquiries from
WAITER/WAITRESS
ft*
ATTENTION TEACHERS — Lime
managers, supervisors, and princiQuired Immtd by the Lett Ban*
Silver super mom will provide
Rad Bank CsN MQ 69JO
RETAIL
endeble. qualify davcare Ed
pal technical personnel with base
ree 2 0 + years experience 61 Buslnosa
WAITERS/WAITRESSES WANTAveilabie
ED — P e n eme morninge A Recent references
operations services experience for a
Opportunity
sflernoont CaH 747-9930 lor ln- Sept- iat- Cell 7 4 i - * 7 —
potential contract at Fort Monmouth.
BABYSITTER — Reliable mother
CAR WASHES
1 wtll babysit In her
WAITER/WAITREBS — DtehTechnical categories involved are
Shrewsbury Twp home for chil- Serf Serv A automatic
We
Are
Experiencing
Growing
Pains!
*
investment going! Comi
fulltlmeemp*oymenl at BATTLE- dren * mo A up. Call 842-5496
those associated with base operII you are unemployed looking to change
turn-key system - lend, btdf
GROUND COUNTRY
CLUB. BABY SITTER 2 reliable
lobs, bored at home or need e*tra
ations and maintenance. All inquiries
Termenf, N J CaH 4SJ-7B7B
mothers will baby sit In our Red For free li
>• 223-7 324
holiday money we have full & part-time
I
K home. 1200/hr
Cell
WAITERS/WAITRESSES
will be held in strictest confidence.
DEALERSHIP - Wtth Nation
Cootie, bertendert. bus A dlah 530-5890
opeings for mature & responsible
Maintenance
Corp
Assured
Ac
people.
Flexible
hra. Call
sell-motivated individuals 18-years old
nts Guaranteed *500 week
172-12*1 after 1. sak for mgr
BACK-UPS
imum income 115.000 fu
or older (homemakers & retirees
EG&G representatives, Messrs C.L.
Financing
available
WAftCHOUM/DMVER - Foi It housework has you In a price
welcome) Other job experience not
high quality furniture More, Muat
bind, don't say "Uncial" 215-843-8*88
Hayen and G. Lake will be available
necessary we will train
ba ooneuianWoxa wtth a good
Say "BACK-UPS!"
•ana* of direction Apply in perat the Molly Pitcher Inn, 88 Riverside
Mn only- Viking Houee, 21.3 Quality cleaning sarvlce.
DISTRIBUTORSHIP
STOCK P i n t O K S . To assist m setting
Hwy. 36. Oafchursl. between 11 A
Ave., (Hwy 35), Red Bank, on August
Raaaonabla prlcas.
Sea our ad In the Sports Section
up 4 displaying produce Must be able
SUMMER JOBS
TYPISTS
Full Time
Part Time
The Register
Menzel Bros.
Farm Market
-SALESPEOPLE
-CASHIERS
•
I
Full & Part Time
Positions Available
BURLINGTON
COAT FACTORY
WAREHOUSE
PERSON
Mature minded pereon capable
of handling quality furniture.
Muet have wflnonass to work
Appty m pereon 8:30-3 30, Weel
Furniture Co.. Keyport.
WRECKER DRIVER - FuH or
Pert-time tup. required Apply J
* n Sunooo. Hwy 3 * . Betford
YAPiN » M O f - Needa pereonAMe paraon expd In knitting A
* « wWing to work 3-4 days.
12-7097
Hazlat. Holmdel.
Matawan ft Mlddlatown
areas. Call 671-4513.
DRY CLEANERS - Monmouth
I Substantial volume. High
prom. Ceil Jim or Ed, M l '
CALL US WE CAN HELP YOU! — town Realtors. 530-0*00
Alterations
melting
youi
RESTAURANT BAR APTS
cushions, drapea, purees, hems, Seaahore decor Full kitchen
throw cushions, the lot Cell Lunch, dinner. Over 9300.000
530-8741.
arose Income. * 0 H liquor
CLEANING BY KAREN - Home Financing to qualified. 9100.000
or offtoe Reasonable, reliable
3 1 G REALTORS
531-2000
with references. Call 871-1539
COMPANION A I M — To senior
cltlten or convalescent between
the hours of I A 3 Cooking,
82 Babysltilngdriving and personal care. CaH
53O-A848
Chlld Car*
•ABY SJTTtfl - Mature minded COMPANION AIDE — To senior
orttten or oonveleeoent between
womentor• rno.otd in my Aber
deen home. *uM Hmt deya Per. the hours of 8 A 3 Cooking,
meneni Own Irene CoH etler • drtvma and pereonel cere Cell
B30-8A48
p.m.
RETIRED PHYSICIAN — Wishes
to sell medical offloa furnttrue
equipment. Beet offer. 291-0*9*
after 5 p m.
RUBBER STANP SHOP - Com
plete wtth aH equip, and sloe
High profits. Operate part or fu
Wme- Can groes Inveetmenl bi
In • mo Musi sen. 787o<
before noon, if
to lift 50 lbs
One of the nation's most progressive offprice fashion discounters actively seeks
experienced Individuals. Tremendous
growth potential & competitive salaries &
benefits.
APPLY IN PERSON
Tinton Falls Plaza
980 Shrewsbury Ave.
Tinton Falls
Equal oppty employer m/f
•
e i i n n C A S K i f n • Diversified duties
Flower arranging, tomato sorting, egg
packing, cashier work among many
others Your niche is here Must be
personable & neat
We offer pleasant working conditions
in a rural atmosphere in our new
expanding farm market with
unusual benefits
Call 846-3060
MENZEL BROS. FARM MARKET
9 a.m. Io S p.m.
A»k lor Mn. Meruet
15, 16, and 17, 1985 for confidential
interviews or please call (collect) the
following telephone number for appointments: (703) 553-4323.
Inquiries may also be mailed to:
EG&G, Inc.
1725 Jefferson Davis Highway
Arlington, VA 22202
Attn; Mr. George Lake
10B
102 Houses lor rent
110 Wanted to rent
132 Condos/
Townhouse*
MIDDLETOWN — Lincrofl 3-4
IF YOU DO NOT — Dlacrlmlnati KEANSBURO — 3 bedroom
bedroom.
split.
3 batha
against children, family with S Ranch, $85,000. NO VA/FHA.
$i400/mo * utlli. 1% mo sec children deaparalely seeking 3-4 Klrwln Co. 707-6400 5-0 p.m. HIGHLANDS — Twin Itghta, High
on a hill wllh an ocean view from
avsil Aug 15 741-7206
bedroom houae by Sept Hus- Call Peggy 485-1047.
room, dining room A
band la carpenter will do minor MIDDLETOWN — 3 bedroom living
RED BANK
kitchen. 2 bedrooms, sun-deck,
repairs
Have
reft
Also
will
rent
Ranch,
nice
room
sixes.
$64,900
TOWNHOUSES
pool, vaoent Priced right at
wllh
option
to
buy
Call
707-3708
Mlddletown Reaitora 530-0400
2 BR. 1 '* bath, w/w carpeting
$110,000.
Bayshore Dog Club. M i 8040
$675 mo • ullla
CENTURY 21. Coiens. Realtors
COLLIE PUPS
RETIRED SENIOR CITIZEN - MIDDLETOWN — 1-2 bedroom
Available 9/1 A 10/1
613 River Rd, Fair Haven
Champiosired site A wormed,
With pet collie (small) 3-4 cottage with hot tub In greenCall
530-7300
741-7444
OCEANPORT
•how or pet Clean heathy. *
rooms Will work part time In house on tOO x60 beautifully
RED BANK - Off Weal Bergen 3 exchange tor low rent aa a landscaped wooded lot at deed vVeat End Imperial House
1 bdrm. gaa heel, carpel $425
happy C 7 7 0 3 9 M
HOME RENTALS. Bkr 349-1234 bedrooms, new gas heat
handyman Please call 767-0367 and 10x12 detached frame
OCEANFRONT CONDO
building 10x10' patio Aaklng 1 bedroom apt wllh beach cablafter 4pm
COLLIIS — 2 femeiee. 3 4 8 yra . PORT MONMOUTH — Brand $475/mo • utlla, 1 mo sec refs
$62.000 Evea 767-7940.
nette, pool A reetauanl. Annual
AKC registered Qood nom« ft new. extra large luxurious 2 Avail Sept 1 747-0100
MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP — $12,000 No pets 201-070-4814
•mall I— Call *ft6-972ft
RED BANK — Condo 2 Senior Cltlien — Looking lor 3 For
bedroom apt Energy efficient
aale by owner $93,500 4
room apl or Efficient In the area
DOBERMAN PUPS — AKC Brad $680 + ullla. i ' i months secur- bedrooms. 2'4 baths $900 per
of Red Bank, Mlddletown, bedroom, living room, dining 135 Commercial
month + utilities Avsiisble Septor gentleness Haalth gueran- ity No pets 787-2384
Holmdel or Shrewabury CAM room, gas heet. aluminum aided
taa. cropped, docked All ahoia. RED BANK — 2 bedroom apts tember 15th. 2 year leaee BROProperty
22B-87OT after 3 weekdays after detached garage On 50x200 lot
KERS 3 REALTORS. 741-4600
wo/mad
Eac family pels
available. $460 mo Heat A hoi
7 30 weekendB
Call 707-0255
7 FAMILY — (7 separate homes)
W4MM
water Incl No pets 741-5472
RED BANK
$31,000 gross All net leases
between
9-5
p.m
Mon
-F
3
bedrooms,
klda/pels
$400
s
MIDDLETOWN
—
By
owner
WORKING
WOMAN
—
Looking
$175,000 Mlddlelown Realtors
DOBERMAN — A K C regisMint bi-iavei, 3 bedroom. IVt 530-0800
tared Reds Large boned males, RED BANK — 1 bedroom down- HOME RENTALS. Bkr 349-1234 for a room In private house
Matawan-Key port-Aberdeen- batha, cedar shakes, stained
dochad a moii J350 Call stairs apt In 2 family house
RUM8ON — 2-bedroom Cape
Morgenvllle area 780-4466 from woodwork, central vac. fireplace SHREWSBURY - 5000 aq ft
ST1-0346 daya. 7*0-7710 eve*
Basemen) & garage $500 Incl Cod Attached garage $075 +
0 to 4 ask for Bobbi
wllh wood stove. 30' deck. v* quality commercial bldg • hisFAMILY DOG NEEDS HOME — 5 utlla 1 mo sec. refa 747-8006 utlla 442-1402 after 1 p m
block to beach A marina, cloaa to toric Colonial houae on main
year old female Black '•* Labra- attar S.
RUMSON — 3 bedroom, 1'-.
N Y transportation Principals hwy Both loned B-1 For aale by
dor Retriever Oenlle Wonderful
REAL ESTATE
RED BANK
bath, A/C, fenced backyard.
only $112,000. By owner Call owner, 747-6200
wllh children Call 071-7078 after
FOR SALE
1 bedroom, bills paid $400 a
freshly decorated $960 mo. •
291-0871
SHREWSBURY — 6000 sq. ft
ft.
HOME RENTALS. Bkr 346-1234 ullls 442-4157.
MIDDLETOWN — Looking to buy quality commercial bldg. + hisFREE TO QOOD HOME ONLY — RED BANK — Beautifully reno
131 Houaeafor
or aell your home? Let us help toric Colonial houae on main
TINTON FALLS — 2-bedroom,
hwy Both toned B-1 For sale by
Golden Retriever mix Male. 3 vated large 1 bedroom duplex lr 2-bath, ganega, yard Available
you)
CENTURY
21
Bfnblnder
ReSale
owner 747-4200.
yeera old Good wllh children
attors, 671-3500
great section of town Part oi September f. No pete. Adutta
Call 591-9183.
$160 • MIDDLETOWN — Spacious
Century Plaque Colonial home preferred $080 par month Call ALMOST ACRE
4 bedrooms, 2% batha, 16' mas- Ranch in Hillside section, needs 137 Lota and
FREE TO QOOD HOME — Male Adults preferred No pels Refer- 566-0938
ter bedroom, dining room, 20' work, to be sold AS IS 3
Oerman Shepherd Callanytlne. ences $650 + utilities 530-5022. VERMONT SKI HOUSE —
Acreage
living room, 27' family room, bedrooms, 1'+ batha, fireplace.
5 30-6 30pm
M3-52SS ask for Tammy.
Located between Bromley A
den. 2 car garage, gaa heat. In- 2-car garage Big lot $89,500
57'x90'
SEA BRIGHT — Knotty pine liv- Stratton Mts. Sleeps 10. Avail by
GERMAN SHEPHERD
ground
pool,
fireplace,
central
ASSOCS. Realtor.
LotlnNaveslnk.
ing room, 1-bedroom Apt. '*- the week. $625 Call 528-5BS8
PUPPIES
air. Mini condition Maimed Re- LESHER
281-0919
block beach, shops, bus Single
Qood wllh children
Call
291-9117
altors. 736-4900
only. No pets Yearly lease Se- 103 Rentalato
Call 767-0012 afterflp.m
COUNTY — Call WEST END - 1 '4 acre lot Can be
ANXIOUS
180 8 MONMOUTH
curity References $406 + elec
our complimentary brochure subdivided into 6 bldg lots DeShare
GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPS — 741-0398
Mlddletown 3 bedroom, 17' for
of exclusive listings
Top bloodline for thow. obaireabie
reaidenlial
area
HOUSE TO SHARE - 3 maaler bedroom, 2 full baths,
FOUR SEASONS REALTORS
•idance and pet nomea Call 3 ROOM APT — Recently re- bedroom Ranch, kitchen priviLocated Faira A Hulick North
dining room. 18' aat-ln kitchen,
530-9600 Waal corner $130,000 firm Call
modeled $365/mo • 1 mo se- leges, all utlla paid. 5 mln from basement, utility room. carpet- RUMSON
747-6905 or 741-8043
MIDDLETOWN
471-6200
curlty A utlla. Call 671-1620
222-0636
beach in Navealnk. Avail immad. Ing, appliances Melmed ReHOLMDEL
946-3700
KEESHOND — 3 yra olid with
$425/mo Call Bill 981-2428. 9-5 eltors. 738-4900
papers Exc pet Need! apace ic
138 Mobile Homea
OAK RIDGE REALTY
LOOKING FOR — A Retired perATLANTIC HIGHLANDS - 3
run. Free to a good Home Call
Adult
Communities
10X55
493-8342
son to share a house in N. bedroom, 2 bath, ranch Living
341-6060
Qood oond
VILLAGE
Florida. Muat have car Country room with fireplace, 2 car garLAMB FOR SALE — S month!
Call 642-1109
area b o , reta, PO box, 592, age, full baaamant, beautifully OCEAN TOWNSHIP — Aa asold Sold aa pet only Lovea chilGARDEN APTS.
After 5 p m
sortment of superior new homes,
landscaped
properly
wllh
winter
dren and other ammala $20 Call 1 A 2 bedrooms from $490 Mod- effl
view Mint $105,000 Call owner. from $198,000 Wayside Woods MOBILE HOME — 14x64. 2
291-4542 after 7 p m
ern, spacious apta Heat, hot A
and Longvlew Village By eppl
747-0142
bedrooms Adult Park No pets
Century Building Co , 831-0805
LOST — Cat, lan/blk atrlpea. cold water Cooking gas in- 104 Winter Rentala
Call 787-4518 after 3 p.m
ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS — 3
cluded
On-premleea
tennia
Weal River Rd Rumaon area.
RUMSON
bedroom
Colonial
with
parklika
RED BANK — 42 Elm Place, 3-2
Call after 0 p m or weekanda, courts, pool, recreation area
setting
A
5
room
office
suite
or
2 bedrooms, i balh No pats
bedrooms. 114 batha. newly 139 Cemetery Lote
Neer Ealontown shopping Exc
830-8011
mother/daughter quarters New renoveted and Vinyl sided
Call 842-6216.
schools Ocean Twp
GRAVES - In Veterans sec
central A/C with 2-ione gaa Priced under certified appraisal 2
PARROT Orange-winged
Highway 35, Oakhural
Shoreland Memorial Garheating BystemB Mint cond. at $99,500 Call 741-9374 after 6 lion.
Amaxon. 3 yra old. Includea 831-4923
542-0812 106 Furnished
dene. Keyport
$360
Call
$185,000 Call 201-0628 after 5
cage
Asking
S25O
Call WEST END - 2 bdrm, utlls. met
244-4071
Rooma
p.m
MMM
Adults preferred, nonsmoking
ABERDEEN
TO
RED
BANK
RUMSON
$65O/mo
Avail
9 / 1 . Call
140 RealEaiate
ATLANTIC HIOHLAND8 — AtPUPPIES FOR SALE
Rooms A studios from $40 a wk
871-9497
Harmonious blend of Old A New
Part Boxer
Wanted
HOME RENTALS. Bkr 368-1234 iractive Center Hall Colonial cus- Living room A dining room are
Call after 5 564-9414
tom bulll for ownera family Fire102 Houaea for
BARRY THE BUILDER — WILL
FREE ROOM A BATH - Al place in extra large living room, open Fireplace in family room
SHEPHERD MIX - Female 4
dan
could
be
library
or
4(rt
BUY
YOUR
HOUSE FOR CASH
Holmdel
to
college
student
or
beautiful formal dining room.
Rent
yean old Lovea children Movsingle person Food A gas breakfaat room off kitchen. 4 bedroom IVt baths Maaler ONLY HOUSES IN POOR COND
ing Needs good home Cal
A-1 ABERDEEN TO RED BANK
money In exchange to clean bedrooms, 2 full balhs. aaay walk bedroom Bitting room and walk WANTED CALL 864-2828
264-0925 evee
Eatontown, 2 bedroom condo
houae twice a week Access to lo NY bua A to fabulous Atlantic in closet Upper level has FLORIDA — Port 81 Lucle 4pool 10 mln. from college Can Highlands Marina Now only balcony over-looking
Sayrevllle, 2 bdrm. fireplace
family bedroom furnished Ranch and 5
SIAMESE KITTENS
Monmouth Beach, 2 bdrm, klda after 6 p.m 741-4967.
room $265.000
$166,000
LESHER
AS10 weekaold. 175
building lota Will trade for lol in
MANY OTHERS AVAILABLE)
SOCIATES.
Call afterflpm
SHADY OAKS CONDO — First Middletown-Llncrolt-Holmdel
KEANSBURG
CALL
ABOUT
YOUR
NEEDSI
Realtors, 201-291-0918
566-3421
floor 2 bedroom
$97,900. etc (308) 336-7106 evea
HOME RENTALS, Bkr 349-1234 Room for rent Pleaae call ATTRACTIVE YOUN(J 3 Middiatown Realtors 530-0800
767-0069,
707-2647,
or
FULL PRICE I will pay full price
80 Bicycles
BEDROOM RANCH LARGE LR
CLIFFWOOD - 1 bedroom. 1 767-7247
W ALLENHURST-Ocean Twp
for your property If you are willA DR EAT-IN KITCHEN MANY
bath, laundry room with hookMini Bikes
up, large yard. Adults preferred RED BANK — Lovely room for EXTRAS $70,500 BY OWNER 3 BR Ranch, paneled den. ing to aell on flexible terma
screened porch, Idry, eat-ln (Small down payment and/or as(201) 363-1660
1-QIRLS 10-SPEED BIKE — $45 No pets $480 mo. + utlla Call female student or professional
kitchen + rumpus room A study Burnable
mortgage)
Call
Call 741-2744.
Also 1-3 apeed bike $30 Ceif 530-0587 after 5 p m
212-213-9443
264-2770
BUYERS BEST
$109,000 Eatraa No agenta
TOMS fllVER-fumiBhea room
1144.500
bedroom. 2 batns. dining By Appt 531-3681
HANDYMAN — Wants to rent
kitchen A bath prlvllgea. 1 mo 4
DEAL
room, eat-m kitchen, family
with possible option to buy. 1-3
security, $280 mo.. 244-47)0
7 rooma. Klda. $800
room, utility room, garage, ex- 132 Condosft
bdrm cotiage/houee needing raJUST RENTALS, Bkr 308-1555
tras galore Melmed Realtors
pe* Highlands. Leonardo. Bel108 Commercial
Townhouse)*
739-4600
WOMAN'S 3 SPEED TOURING FAIR HAVEN — September
ford area 741-8417 before 9pm
Rentala
— Man • 10 speed. Old's 10 through June. Large charming
KONA-HAWAII
A CUTE
$42,500
Colonial, 3 large bedrooms, 2'<* RED BANK — OFFICE SUITE. COZY
apeed. like new Call 542-6057
2 bedroom Colonial, living room
Why pay A MILLION dollar*
baths, no pels, no smokers. Broad Si Appro* 400 sq ft plus dining
room,
eat-in
kitchen,
utilwhan
you
CAN
STEAL
fee
Simple
$1500 per month + utilities ullls
61 Sport*
741-1443 daya. ity room Surprisingly good concondos tor $45,000 and up Call
BROKERS
3
REALTORS. 671-4141Call
evee & weekends
dition Keanaburg Melmed Re- Karen, 741-2575
Equipment
741-4600
EATONTOWN — Rt 35 prime altors, 738-4900
NAVESINK RIVER — Luxury 1. 2. 152 Boats and
WALTON EXERCISE BIKE With timer, apeedometer and
location 5000 aq rt retell store FAIR HAVEN — Colonial with or 3 bedroom condo from
HIGHLANDS
Acceaaorlea
odometer 3 moa. old Exc. cond
beautiful fenced in property in $100,000 Rent wllh option to
available Call Realty Group Inc
i bedroom Heat paid $300 a
$55. Call 485-1293
12 ALUMINUM
mint
condition
Living
room
wllh
buy No pets Call 741-0516
843-0900, Ray Smith, Bkr
JU3T RENTALS. Bhr 389-1555
V-bOttom boat
HOLMDEL — Corner Hwy 39 A fireplace, formal dining room, SHADY OAKS CONDO - Tat
2 yra old $375
64 Merchandise
Laurel Prelect location lor North eel-m kitchen. 3 bedrooms, l i floor. 2 bedrooms $07,900
HOWELL
CaH 446-4432
baths. den/Flonda room, hardA South traffic Ready to occupy
Mlddletown Realtors 530-0800
6 rooma Garage $500 s
Wanted
wood
floors
throughout,
new
gaa
(ncl
utiiB
400
aq
rt
(400/mo
JUST RENTALS, Bkr 389-1555
12 ALUMINUM BOAT
healing
system
A
roof,
detached
SHADOW
LAKE
VILLAGE
—
21-A USED FURNITURE — AnAsk for Al Curry 671-6111.
$300 or trade for aluminum
garage, walk to schools For sale bedroom end Ranch, super lotiques, working refrigerators. KEANSBURO - At! 1 bdrm. Lg
canoe
pref $435 HOUSE FOR RENT — In Red by owner Asking $148,000 Can cation lacing wooded erea Ofconienla of homea, attics, baseCall 496 2943
fered at $95 000
menu, etc Will haul 1 Hem or all.
Bank tor business use. Parking lor sppoinim.nl 741-1538
QLORIA NILSON REALTORS
16
STARCRAFT
1979 """"Call 264-6450
avail Call 747-0770 after 5 p m
F
ARMtNGDALE
PARK
—
630-2600
Fibergteea 70 HP mercury O/B
KEANSBURG
LITTLE SILVER — New office Adorable 3 bedroom Ranch on
Full cover trailer Call 530-0425
Cottage. Klda. $4008
suite Appro* 330 aq ft. Call Jo- landscaped corner lot. Large TINTON WOODS - Brand new after
6
p
m
JUST RENTALS. Bkr 3*0-15
~ weekdaya 842-6332
eat-ln country kitchen, new bath, townhouee 2-bedrooma, 1 car
A LIONEL FLYER
KEANSBURO
cluD houae. swimming 16 FIBEROLAM TRI HULL - 78
OFFICE SPACE FOR RENT - woodburning stove in living garage.
PRIVATE COLLECTOR
3 rooms, large yard $436
and tennis couMa Avail n p Chrysler New battery, new
Branch Call 0 AM PM.room, new roof, full expanalon pool
Pays above book price Call HOME RENTALS. Bkr 388-1234 Long
attic, only mlnutea lo QSP Aug 15 $900/mo * gas and seats Dual axle trailer $1800 or
070-8336
b/O 222-2007 after 6 p m
661-0004 mornings & weekends. KEANSBURG — Duplex 5 large
$44,000 LESHER ASSOCIATES, electric Call 389-3650
RED BANK — Office suites avail
Realtors. 201-291 -0919
244-8642 Mon -Thurs evenings rooma, 2 bedrooms own yard
300 Autos for Sal*
300 Autos for Sals
6-9 p.m., 462-1389 If no enawer Newly renovated and carpeted Very reasonable a/c, hi., private HIGHLANDS
—
Hllla
Of
at above.
Clean, excellent erea. Referen- prkg Will remodel 747-1100
HoghlandB 4 bedroom Cuatom
ces $600/mo. * utlla 721-6729
RED BANK
Bum
Spectacular
view
ALL LIONEL TRAINS LITTLE SILVER - 3 bdrm ranch Store A office apace available $148,900
Mlddletown Reaitora
Or Flyer Top cash appraisal
Immediate Occupancy •
530-0600
Family room. cant, air, fireplace,
Price no object, 946-2J93
For Info, ceil 530-7300
choice location. $1026 mo *
HOLMDEL
ANTIQUES WANTED — Chine. utlla. Sec., leaae. 442-3029
eUn/Furnlehed Office Suites
EDWARD W COLLINS
glaas, Jewelry, furniture. MaryeWlth Secy A Answering Serv
AOENCY
946-4
MARLBORO
Jane flooeevell, 108 E. River Rd .
•Shrewsbury, cell 741-8700
ABILITY-DEPENDABILITY
2
bedroom,
carpet,
parking
Rumaon. 642-3159.
KEANSBURG - S h e l l 20x44"
HOME RENTALS. Bkr 309-1234
110 Wanted to Rent Must be refimshed ideal tor a
BEFORE YOU HAVE YOUR
SALE - Call Second Hand Lll. MIDDLETOWN — 3 bedroom 22 YEAR OLD — Gantlamar large family Buameak amuse264-0777. After 5, 264-6618 home Nice area $798 per mo wishes lo rent studlo/apartmen ment tone
Call after 0
Hlgheat prices paid for all items. plus utlls A sec 871-8625
with own kitchen and bath 787-0426
antiques, etc For bargains, atop
MIDDLETOWN
$200 s References given upor
ft 24 Broad Si Keypon
MIDDLETOWN/LINCROFT
— 8
2 bedroom, klda. fenced yard
request Call 530-9607 after 5
yr old center hall Colonial on
HOME RENTALS, Bkr 349-1234 M-F Anytime weekends.
OUTGROWN HE-MAN?
cul-da-aac 4 bedrooms. 2 '*
Sell me hla caatles and figures.
FAMILY SEEKING — Nice clean batha. family room with brick
and put the money toward your
Monmouth Beach
aefe house to rant, wllh yard fireplace large kitchen, central
child s new plaything! 534-1707
6 rooma. Klda. $500 s
Children Angels of course air. full baaamant Wooded lot
JUST RENTALS. Bkr 349-1555
Reasonable rent Little Silver with lots of privacy Ctoae to
SILVER DOLLARS — Before
OCEANPORT
area, please Reta upon requeat schools shopping and NYC
1935. Will pay 17 each. Call
571-0617
Prefer lease PO Box 604. Lima trans Mini cond By owner
3 bedrooms, klda, extras
$169,500 Call442-6217
Silver, NJ 07739
HOME
RENTALS,
Bkr
389-1234
WANTED TO BUY — Older solid
Mahogany double bedroom set 300 Aytos for Sale
300 Autos for Sale
300 Autos for Sale
in good condition Call 042-1112
Advanced And
Beginners
DOG TRAINING
13, 1985
TUESDAY.
The Rrginer
77 Pets and
Uvtstock
K E V P O R T — 3 room apl A bath
1 story Heet a Hot Water inc 1
person No leeee i'» mo sec A
ref Call Mon-Frl only, 8em-3pm
Avail Sept 1 J32S/mo 495-1710
MORGAN — 3 bedroom 11*
balha. dining room, llvleg room,
basement, garage Hot water A
heet supplied 291-2219 after 6
TWINBROOK
152 Boats A
Accassorles
260 Auto Ront/Loaaa
152 Boats A
Accessories
TRIANGLE AUTO LEASING
Cell for Quote
<2O1t 924-2247
25' BAYLINER — 1977 Weekender Fisherman 69 channel 270 Auto Service*/
CB. VHF radio, compass, digital
Parta
depth finder, 2 batteries, 2 aulo
bilge pumps, 2 anchors, swim a7 ALUMINUM TRUCK CAP platform, built In flahbox In alern, Good condition $124 Cell
hydrollc trim tabs. 2 burner Prln- 671-1761
ceea stove, stalnleaa alnk. ice
box. head, all Coaal Guard Equ
PINTO MOTOR
mem $12,000 Will negotiate
2.000 CC. 4100.
Call 741-3691
Call 747-3606
DONATE YOUR BOAT — To
TRUCK CAP
scouting A take lull advantage as
For small pioft-up. $180
a tax deduction 631-3636
Call 863-6779
DUCK BOAT — 12' Barnagel
Bay aneak box While cedar 280 Motorcyclea
,
HARLEY
OAVIOSON
glaaa over bottom with trailer
ROADSTER — 1000 OC, red A
$480 Call 6:3O-9pm. 741-3249
black, hwy pega. 5000 miles. EJJC
.'(> DUO Fiberglass dvep V
126 Merc outboard, Long I X oond. Priced to aell $2700
__^_
load trailer Boal In water. All 787-4444
ace
Aaklng
$2800.
Call HONDA CM4000T1960 - Wind767-9009.
shield, beck real, oreah bar.
15' QLASSPAR RUNABOUT — $600 or beet offer Cell weekdaya
40 hp Evlnrude A treller $600 834-3440
Alao 2 Dodge vane, 1877. 6 cyt HONDA 340 1973 - Reelore or
$1460. 8 cyl, 1974 $1700 Call for parta $280 takes It. Cell
630-3786 between 6-9pm
042-4045 after 8 p.m
16' HOBIE — 1964. Tsunami
1871 HONDA CB 760K
special edition Racing equip$400
ment Heavy duty trailer Large
Call 244-7262
sallbox Too many extras lo Hat
HONDA ER78 1876
Uaed 6 tlmee $4200 b/o
Need valve work
630-6759 or 842-0374
$100 or beet offer
JERSEY SPEED SKIFF — 14
Call 041-4643
Bender hull, 380 Chevy landem HONOA NIGHTHAWK 660 1964
axle trailer $8200 or beet offer
- Bought aa leftover Oarage
Call 291-4284 or 291-4642
kept Under 900mllee. Must see
18 FIBERGLASS — 80 HP John- Beel offer Call 767-7063.
son Galveniied trailer Many extraa. Good condition Muat aell
Aaklng $1360. 442-4874.
1880 35 HP - Evlnrude gas lank
NEW JERSEY'S # 1 VOLUME
Needs work. $125 1 2 V Aqua
HONOA DEALER
Cat cataraman, new aall Wllh
Rt. 9, Freehold
trailer $676. 842-8701
462-4441
23 SEA BIRD - 1973 New m or KAWA8AKA KX 128 - Orlg
owne
garage
tpl Exc machine
VHF.tlahtlnder
$6000
Call
$576 Harley Devtdeon 176 en741-3113
22 AOUASPORT 1979 — With
gine, runt good $180 2 Enduro
WINDMILL
18'V
SAILBOAT
easy loader trailer 170 HP mere
Uree A rime
$iOO/pr Call
cruiser $9000 or best offer Call Wllh trailer A engine Needs a 264-2483
349-1414 before 4, 291-3414 little work $500 firm Call
KAWASAKI 440 LTD 1442 — fix747-7624.
cellent condition. 6,000 miles
23 FG CUDDY - V-4 Inboard, 17 WINNER BIMINI BOWRIDER $860 will talk. CeH 7$7-1842
radio, fish finder, trim labs Bylng - 120 hp Mercrulaer I/O Low
KAWASAKI 660 LTD — 1849
bigger boat $4700 In water Call houra Full canvaa New aeata
v w lies Puthaaed new Dec 84
Mual sell $2696 870-1642
787-7731 after 8
Oaraged Mini cond $1926 or
23 SPORT CRAFT - Fiberglass. 153 Camping
beet offer Bell helmet, day/night
Merc 185 h p I/O. with trailer.
visor $180 Eves 642-6362
new canvas, many extras Exc
Equipment
KAWASAKI 1076 KD 100 — Dirt
cond 739-4123
CAMPER NIMROD POP-UP — bike Good condition. $276 Cell
Light weight Tent on wheels 4T1-1741
23 3EA8KIFF UTILITY - exc
cond Super boat for flahing A (Electrified) Sleeps 6 or 6 with
floor mettreee Reedy to go $386 KAWASAKII 1441 - 740 engine.
family Call 741-8817
firm Mlddlelown 707-3740
2600 ml. seats Uree A 3.000 Ib
24' SEA RAY — 1477 Weekfloor )eck Cell 671-8432
ender Exc cond Many extras
SUZUKI 1000 1676 — Mini
154 Recreational
E-Z Loader trailer $13,500
cond.. low mileage, garaged with
Vehlclea
747-3400. 442-3700
many extraa Sacrifice $1250
26' CHRIS CRAFT - Cabin 1977 16' TRAILER — Sleeps 6. Cell STO-eMt
serf-contained, exc cond inC'utser
Needs some work
$8000 Achilles inflatable, 13'. cluded hiich, brake control, aide I860 SUZUKI T8 100 — "Enduro Excellent condition Beet
mlrrora. transmission cooler
$980 0700601
offer C 1 I 767-4464
9'V' Ell SCOUT SAILER — Witt) $2200 Call 042-7344
SUZUKI 1940 480 OC
i v * maaa A 49 aq fl Never COLEMAN ^POFMJP" 1 t M —
Exo. cond
been used Also cornea with ores Sleeps six Sink, atove A ice
Asking $700
A can be uead ae a rowing cheat Weight 050 Iba Must sell
Cell after 6 p m 747-9260
Call 071-3425
dinghy Aaklng $450 042-2479
T R A V E L TRAILER — Sleeps SUZUKI OS 1 tOOL 1960 - Speri
ATTENTION WINDSURFERS - 4i 7 Stove
water A Fairing Only 3000 mi Exc cond
HiFly 500 Greet for beginners or eiectrice! refrigerator
hook-upe
Call $2300 Cell 291-146J
intermediate Call 244-2672
747-2449
1981 YAMAHA 660 — SpecleJ
BOAT TRAILERS - |1) Long. •OOTTV TRAVEL TRAILERS - Leftover Only 1600 mllee Like
oa soiled, tlds 16 . 5 months old Year end clearance $1000 oft new HSOO Cell 486-3126
1360 (1) Long, painted frame
any trailer in slock DOSlLS
hotda 19'. aa <a. $140 222-8863 SPORTS CENTER, Route 34. YAMAHA 760 VIRAOO 18(2 Or>e-ot-e-Klnd OMy 24 mttee
Eaat Keanaburg 787-0606
CANOE
Mual see HeOO-ofte*
Cell
17 red Coleman $200
t6T-Oe63 ajfn, j p m
Call 431-4963 or 948-47M
YAMAHA B20 VIRAQEO - 1 8 U
CANOE — 17' Lincoln Blue
Mint oond Low mileage 63000
fiberglass with 3 aluminum pad
Call 291 •3486
diea $250
220 Wanted
$41-4711
VAMAMA 950 SPECIAL 1979
Meg wheels €«oe.teni oonditton
Automotive
if
CATALINA - New M H mester engine 6 cyi . VHF radio HIGHEST PRICES PAID — FOH $900 Call between 9 t 12.
291-8017
trailer Pop-top wllh canvas Exc tunk cere Long Branch aree
cond $0800 291-2205
1970 YAMAHA
17ft eoduro
Cell 070 0494. leeve meeeege
Very good cond Low mttee RW
15 CORONADO - Day sail
H10 H ES rpR~IC E I T P AID
den 4 urne* laet 4 yra U2ft Cet
er performance With trailer A
FOR JUNK CARS
291-HHI
a
H
f
7
cover Quick sale $2000 be*oLong Branch aree
llat Call 072-2906
^_ Call 670-0444
281 Mop.d.
16 CRESTLINER APOLLO W T ~ B U Y ~ U 8 E D CARS - fop
1962OENERAL6-STARST
Bowrider 68 hp Mercury Excel- dolia' paid SchwerU Chryaler
Top Condition. $196
lent cond In water No trailer
Plymouth 141 W Front Si , Rax
$3000 842-2664
Bant. 747-0747
Cell 671-0467 after 6 pm
20 STARCRAFT — Sun-cruaier
with tamdem trailer Fiberglass
140 H P Merc I/O New lull cenvaa. exc cond Many exlraa
$4600 Will talk Call 228-1203
10' 1942 COBIA SPORTSTER 140 HP, I/O wllh trailer Low
houre Radio, depth finder In
water Best offer 042-1616
10' BOW RIDER — 08 HP mere
Sea Lion trailer. Full Coaal
Guard Pkg. Bilge pump, full cenves, depth finder A compass
Exc. oond. $3400 Call 787-6666
18' RHODES O-DAY - Trailer,
outboard, spinnaker, entree
$2,800
Call 644-1847
1878 INVADER — 40 HP mere,
elec atari, lights end trailer $800
or B/O Call 228-5811
1960-81 20' AQUA SPORT —
Center console 176 HP mere
outboard. 88480 Cell 530-8784
after 6 p.m.
1960 SEA RAY CUDDY CABIN 240 Marc cruiser, VHF-TABS
teak
platform.
dual bat.
Mercathode
system/recorder,
341
hra. EXCEPTIONALLY
CLEAN Reduced to $18,960
before trading With slip #77
Leonardo Stale Marina 11/88
Call 671-9462
20'
CHECKMATE
ENTERTAINER - V-6 200 Evlnrude wllh
trailer, extras Muat sell $0600
Call 291-1483.
21 CARAVELLE '74 - Red. 144
Merc I/O Very low hra. Cuddy
cabin, fid , 8/6, Df. Comp Remote apot light, air horna. dual
batt. aye, teek swim platform,
canvaa, all CG equip. many
other exlraa EZ loader trailer
W/elec winch, all In exc. cond
Askinc
7330
MM Autos for Sale
HONDA
i 300 Autos for Sale
300 Autos for Sal*
YOU GET IT HERE,
WE'LL GIVE YOU
$1,300 OR MORE!
101 Apartment*
A-1 ABERDEEN TO RED BANK
Matawan. 1 bedroom $400a
Highlands. 3 rooms. $400 s
Sea Bright. 1 bedroom $800a
MANY OTHERS AVAILABLE!
CALL ABOUT YOUR NEEDSI
HOM.E RENTALS. Bkr. 309-1234
ANCHORAGE — 1 bdrm Oceanfront 9th fl $775/mo Pool,
sauna 844-0505/544-9424
ATLANTIC HQ1QHLANDS —
Vary large luxrloua 3-4 bedroom
apta 2 large baths $i350/mo *
utlls '87-J358
ATLANTIC
HIGHLANDS —
Charming 3rd floor of Victorian
Home. 2 bedrooms, iota of windows private entrance $550 indudes all utlla Suitable for
adults. Call 291-3003
DEAL
7 rooma. Kida. $500
JUST RENTALS. Bkr 349-1556
EATONTOWN — 2 bedroom,
luxury Tlnton Woods Town
house $900 " m o Available
Sept. 1st Call 493-0756.
EATONTOWN
1 bedroom, child, carpet $416
HOME RENTALS. Bkr 369-1234
FREE ROOM A BATH — Food,
allowance, access to swimming
pool, to Senior Clllien or single
lady In exchange to play grandmother roll lo 3 yr. old boy.
Ntghla & weekends Move In
Sept. Call after 4 pm. 741-4867
SHORE MOTORS
VOLVO
HOWELL
v
1984 VOLVO
7
KEANSBURQ
KEANSBURG
4 rooma, gaa neat $300 s
HOME RENTALS. Bkr 348-1234
LONG BRANCH — 00 Ounber
Ave Opposite Monmouth Medical. 1 bedroom, living room,
kitchen $465/mo. Includea heet
a water Available 7/6. Paul P
Bova Inc. Realtor 671-2644.
DL4A SEDAN
LUXURY GARDEN APTS. - 1
bedroom Beautiful landscaping
Pool 1 ml. from G3P Call
264-1046, 9-6. M-F
LUXURY GARDEN APTS. - 1
bedroom Beautiful landscaping
Pool 1 ml from Q8P Call
204-1644. 9-6, M-F.
Monmouth Beach
6 rooma Kids $500 s
JUST RENTALS. Bkr 369-1556
MONMOUTH BEACH. WHARFSIDE 1 bedroom Condo Avail
immediately Call 671-5594
on any of the cars
listed below or any other
used car from our
big inventory
MM
Warranty!
4 cyl., auto., P/S, P/B,
stereo, A/C, radials,
pin stripes & more.
Stk. #803457. 13,461
miles.
$AQ*
00
ONLY
99
w...:.'.;;».
=
85 OLDS 98 REG. SON.
V-6 auto , PS. P B, A/C, P.W.,
PL. Tilt, cruise 9,714 miles
»St°!k6387A M 6 , 3 0 0
••• w
MO.
w
1984 VOLVO DL5A WAGON
4 cyl., auto., P/S, P/
B, stereo, A/C, rf.
rack,
radials,
pin
s t r i p e s .
Stk.
#803431.
15,183
miles.
$QQ*
ONLY
LUXURY GARDEN APTS - 1
bedroom Beautiful landecaplng
Pool 1 ml. from OSP Call
264-1646. 9-5, Mon-Frl
TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE
8 Vr. 80,000
lw
62 MORE TO CHOOSE FROM, ALL COLORSI
Cottage Kids $400 •
JUST RENTALS. Bkr 309-1566
KEANSBURG — 1-bedroom. 4
large rooms. Close lo shopping.
bus, schools Gee mcl. $400/mo
707-6342 or 671-4434.
KEANSBURG — 2 bdrm newly
renovated apt $675 Includea all
utlla 946-5648 or 767-6252
$
1984 Volvo Executive
Fleet Cars
HIGHLANDS
1 bedroom. Heat paid $300 s
JUST RENTALS, Bkr 309-1555
don't you
miss this
money-savings
spectactular!
Includes Fra* 5 Yr. M,000 Mil* Warranty
NOBODY COMES CLOSE!
Teas.
rs # ' » • AMI. •
SHORE MOTORS VOLVO
528-7500
no,3oo
'82 CHEVY CAVALIER SON.
4 cyl., 4 spd., P.S., PB., A/C
AM/FM radio. Rr del 58.240
miles.
Stock
K4474A
IP131
20,121
9,100
82 OLDS CUTLASS SON.
V-6, auto , P.S., P.B., A/C. Rt
del, cassette 49,720 miles
Stock
#56366A
'7.100
84 DODGE COLT - CPE
4 c y l . 4 speed 32.572 miles
Stock
#53214A
'5.800
84 OLOS FIRENZA LX WGN
4 cyl.. auto. PS, P B, A/C,
AM/FM radio. Rr del 18.103
miles.
Stock
I55384A
'8.800
83 BUICK CENTURY SON
V-6, auto. P S . P B. A/C. stereo
42.113 miles
Stock
IP133
'8.700
82 DATSUN 280 IX TUR10
82 CHEVY CAMARO 228
4 cyl., a u t o , P S . P B , A/C,
8 c y l . . a u t o . P.S.. P B . A/C,
P.W
P.W
tilt, Rl. del.
•
36,255 miles
miles.
Stock
AM/FM radio 41,963
#F327A
,
,
$
,
12.800
81 OLDS CUTLASS 2 DR.
V-6, a u t o . Landau. P S . P B .
A/C, P . W , Pwr seats, P L .
AM/FM radio 63.839 miles.
Stock
Si
I55535A
'9.800
'81 TOYOTA CRESSIDA WGN.
6 c y l . auto , PS., P.B., A/C
P W . P L . Pwr seats, tilt
cruise 39.877 miles
'9.995
INSTANT CREDIT
HOTLINE 2644333
VV.™1
13 MORE TO SELECT FROM, ALL COLORSI
Hwy. 35
83 OLDS 98 REG. SON.
V-8, auto, PS., P.B. A/C
P.W., PL.. Tilt, cruise. AM/FM
radio, 52,773 miles.
PONTIAC 6 0 0 SON.
V-6, auto. PS. PB,
miles
Stock •
AMEX
M/Cird
I hr Hrgi-1. r
TUESDAY, AUGUST 13. 1985
211 Moped i
290 Trucks A
Tralltrs
300 Autos for Sale
300 Autos for Sale
300 Autos for Sale
300 Autos for Sale
| 300 Autos for Sale
300 Autos for Sale
11B
J00 Autos for Sale
CHRYSLER LeSARON 1977 — 1976
CHEVY CAPRICE 197/
DATSUN 710 1974 — Runs • •
CHEVROLET
MONTE
9-cyi , 4-dr detune mode*
Good running cond
x.gtnaJ owner $500 o> bear
CARLO — Auto, p/a. p/b am/fm
PS/PB/PW, AC. FM Very good •lereo. unied gteae Car in good offer Call 642-9262
Needa body work
_
cond $1,975 942-2497 eves
Call 264-4519
;ond'UOn 1700 firm Cail after
DATSUN 2000V 1971 — 96~000
weefcenda
5 30, 264-6674
mi
,
runa
good
A/C
am/'m
CHRYSLER
CORDOBA
1979
—
CHEVY VAN
OHEVY CAVALIER 1964 —
(969 COUQAR — 3*1 motor,
»pd needa some body
Runs great $600
PS/PB. auto Irani
AM/FM 2 dr , 6 cyt. interior exc . runa a/c, p/s, excellent condition i DATBUN 9)210 1979 — Stick radio 5
$1500 739-4959 or see
957-0953 after 3 p m
Call 942-2066
:aseeMe Sunroof Mini con- e>c Needa body work Payed owner. Light aqua, black interior shift, am/lm stereo cassette 1 work
$3000. aaking $1600 or best I 6 roof AW ing 52995 Call owner, 56 000 mites H 6 5 0 Ceil Superintendent Keypon Club
CADILLAC 1077 - Flaetwood CHEVY MALIBU WAGON - dition $5000 Call 797-5619
Village Apia between 9-5 p m
offer 264-9149. aak lor Tommy
739-9266
Brougham, good cond , high 1078 46 000 miles Good con642-6367 after 6
CHEVETTE SCOOTER - CHRYSLER TOWNE ft COUN"•'"a
S
l Re aly G p
DO0OE SWINGER 1975 - 2
dition 6 c y l . $2450
Call 1962
1977 DATBUN 290 Z - White
Asking $2905 Low mileage
TRY — 1973 Sta Wagon good DATBUN B210 GX — 1979 4 auto, am/fm stereo cassette, tow door Runs good PS'PB. 5600
571-0460 or 222-3316
. White Rd . Shrewsbury
Manual
tranamiaaton
Call cond . 9700. Cell 739-0075
apd. great shape, new brakes
mile.
Aakmg $3900
Ceil or beet offer Ca» 671-0934
1991 CHEVETTE — Mini con- 741-1032
shocks, muffler Asking $1060
264-6068
OODOE ASPEN 1879 — Kigrt
CAMARO 1966 — Good cond
CIRCLE CHEVROLET
dition. 37.000 miles Mual aee CHEVY NOVA 1979 — 4 dr.. 6
Call 291-4779
mileage slant 9 engine runs
PS/PB, 6-cyf Runa good, body Call 741-4459
Shrewsbury Ave
Shrewsbury
DATBUN 240Z 1972
:yi.
eac
cond
.
auto
,
PS/PB.
1975
DATBUN
B
210
4
pd.
B
good shape $1500 or beat otter
good but needs wora $200 Can
741-3130
Runa very well
A/C
91900
negotiable
Call
CHEVY
CELEBRITY
1962
exc
running
condition
Qraal
Can avea. 264-3048
970-0396
CITATION
1942
—
Auto
,
PS/PB.
222-7531
37,000 miles 6 cyl A/C. PB. rear
$550 Call after 6
gaa mileage $1
CAMARO 2-2S 1M2 — 20,000 delrost
DODGE DART 197?
Excellent condition. CHEVY NOVA 1979 — HBICh- A/C, dark blue, eac cond Askp m 767-6387
290 Trucks A
ml V - i . aulo Irano • owner
Many new parts Runt wet. Beet
DATSUN 510 WAGON 1970
$5500 Call 642-3633
300 Autos for Sale
oack 309 V-9, a/c. pe/pb. no ing $2600 Call 542-0702
1976 DATSUN 200 SX — Good
Must sell 87.000 Call Donna.
offer
around
$400 Can
Original owner
CLASSIC
1966
DODGE
—
4
dr
-ust.
burns
no
oil,
runa
great,
1976 CHEVY BLAZER — Needa
Trail*™
condition Oarage kept. 5 spd .
ALPHA ROMEO SPYDER 1976
291 5642 or 291-4753
797-0797
Exc
cond
aedan
Exc
cond
Auto..
V-6.
some work $2500 Call 747-0347 itarts easily $600-BO 671-7319
sun roof $1960 mm Call
t9*4 F-150 FORD - 6 cly 3 B apd convanibla Eic conCall 730-0660
A/C am/fm. PS. 93,000 mi
CARS UNDER $2 000
DODGE 1975
after 6 p
797-9216
spd/overdrlve AM/FM. A/C dition. 25,000 ml Silver wlih
CHEVY MALIBU 1973 — Brown. $3000 405-1909 evenings
Runs Qood. 70 000 m. $500
DELTA 66 ROYALE 1960 - N*w
XLT interior with cap $9800 black mtarioi wire wheel*
KINGSLEY AUTO SALES
2 dr , auto with console, good
CHEVY WAOON 1976
DATSUN 510 — 1972 4 door. dieeei 94 engine Leaa than
97500 Call 222-6103
Call 530-4116
Call M1-SS07
.iret, etc Beat offer
Call
767-7997
Oood condition $750
good
inlertor-body-erVgine
10,000 mi Fully loaded Mini DODGE VANS (2, — 1077 6 cyl
?64-5026
Call 767**114
01 000 miles Needs work $450 cond Call 767-0432 or 264-5163
CHAMP 1062 - Bptii-atick Exc
CHEVY BLAZER - 1974. 4»4, 6 CYL - ' 1972 AMC HORNET
1074 6 cyl . Both in mechanics^?
Call 741-6570 after 6pm,
9495 Call cond , AM/FM stereo 4 new CHEVETTE 1M4 — 4 cyt., air, IB7S CHEVY WAOON — Runa
350 cu t Auto tran*. rum good Good condition
CLASSIC VW BUG - 1967 YelDODGE ARIES K 1982 — A/C. excellent tnape No ruat on bodb a t o r a 9 p m 797-5666
t2S00 Celt 797-771?
ires Beat offer 022-6653. after 3 automatic 7000 miles Muat sell
well Front and damaged 1600
low sunroof, rebuilt trana . '••
DATSUN 210 1660
PS A - i maintenance May be tea $1450 ft $1700 Also 40 np
i m weekdays.
_ _ _ built engine with only 15.000 mi
Call 747-4755 or 229-6971 after 0 3ajj 264-2701
1970 CHEVY C10 - Step-aide AMC C O N C O R D - 1978 fl cyl 4
thoroughly lesled $3795 Call Evinrude. 15 Glaaspar trsiier
60.000 ml
CHEVETTE 1979 — 4 door 4- p.m.
pk up Qol Shape Need! minor door Regular gaa Naw paint
Newaihausl
ayaiem
Good
tires
500 Call 530-3706 between
741-8042 Oi 741-2226
Aaking
92300
or
best
Offer
CHEVROLET MAtlBU 1973 — Oood cond Drives well Aaking
wcrk |7S0 Calt 972-1&77 bsfora Low mileage
11300
ca.nspeed, am/tm. new tires Good
6-9pm
CHEVY MALI8U WAGON 1962
Call 405-1616 after S p m
3ood running cond Needa paini $1350 741-6657
1973 DODGE WAOON - 9
Bpm
671-0921 sftar 6
condition $1200 Call 672-2993
6 cyl auto PS/PB. air, crulM ob »525 or beat otter Can
DATSUN
260ZX
1992
—
1
owner,
OODOE WINDOW VAN 1964 —
passeng',
small
t,
very
good
conCHEVY MALIBU CLASSIC 1077 control 33,500 miles E*c con- M7-9371
AMC HORNET 1976
CHEVY PICK-UP 1979 — Very
CORVETTE 106B
42.000
m
l
,
6
apd
.
axe
cond
dition
$450
or
beat
offer
Call
25 000 miles V-6. automatic, air
— Must sell 2 dr . new tirea, runs dition $6600 Call 222-1568
Oraal body t Inlaf lor
good cond 70.000 ml New
Convertible $7500
$0000 Call 057-9563 after 7 p m 264-1196
PS/PB $8000 Call 730-0669
1M1 CHEVETTE — Economical
good $750 Call 671-1606 or
Na«da work $400
Call
eves
642-2061
carburetor eihauat syiiam a
CHEVY STATION WAGON - tuto Qrenddaugnter mustaen i
DUNE BUGGY 1970 — Esc
DODGE
DART
SPORT
1974
—
871-1604
DATSUN
200
SX
1962
—
RoadCall
671-9565
painl |ob H M high cap wtlh tin.
1076 Very good condition New nmer Clean 40,000 miles
cond Many new pant $1000 O'
CORVAIR 1966 - 2 door hardater. Convt top 40,000 mi , Slant 9 engine A/C. vinyl roof
doora 13000 Call "5-6485 or
CHEVETTE I960 — 4 door. air. •tereo system, a/c. p/a, p/b. 12400 571-0817
AMC GREMLIN 1974
top, a/c, auto, 22-26 MPG axe PS/PB, A/C New muffler-tires Asking $500 Call 201-430-7605 beat oner
leave m t t M B i at 593-5922
low mileage Good condition
auto. V9 Asking $1795 or b'o
Good running cond Bast offer
cond
$950
Call
872-1903
between 0-6 p m
$5200 Call 642-6146
Call 642-6790
CHEVROLET
CAPRICE
CHEVY 8 1 0 EXTENDED CAB
$2400 Call 495-0309 after 5 p m
Can 872-0262 anytime
Call 239-6397
CLASSIC 1977 - New paint
1999 - V-9. auto. P8/PB.
300 Auto* for salt
I 300 Autos for sals
300 Autos for saTs
300 Autoi for sals
IMPALA WAGON 1976 CHEVY CAPRICE WAGON 1976 3ood interior
E«c running
bedlmer. 27.000 m i , many ••A STAR IS BORN..." CHEVY
- 80.000 miles $600 Call be
— Very good condition 1 owner
:ond
$1700
or
beat
offer
Call
iraa 97200 Call 747-9099
twaen 0-12 noon Call 291-6017
11500 Call 747-9676
M7-9562
CHEVY PICK-UP — V, ton
Needa minor work $750 or b*at
300 Autotforwlt
300 Autos for Sale
300 Autos for »als
offf Cat) 739-4106
Attract mori reader snip by
1961 CHEVY CIO — Fleetsida 6
placing a STAR at the top
cylinder, 4 I p l l d overdrive P/3
and/or bottom of your ad
ft bed. «straa E«celler.l condltton Call 972-1254 afla* Bpm
For dataila. call the Dally
Register Classified
1973 CHEVY LUV — Good conDepartment, 542-1700
minor work Going
dition Na*ds m
e. muat seti Asking
oft to CoHefle.
77 avaa
t * 5 0 747-4977
1956 CHEVY PICK UP - 6 cyl.
sicelleni condition Bast offe*
BMW 318 I 1964 - L o a d * *
Call 957-9199 after 7 p m
Eiclent
conttion
5-apaad
1973 CHEVY SUBURBAN - Cassatia 912.500 or beat offer
New i n M runs good Asking Call 222-7115
9700 Cell 739-6414
1B60 BOBCAT - Stick Sports
striping Sun roof Excellent
DATSUN PICK-UP 1974
cond Muat be aeen io a apAutomatic Iranamiaaton S750
preciated Call 671-0223
Call 797-3436 Of 747-2767
DODGE WINDOW VAN 1977 BOBCAT 797 5
229 cubtc inch 56.000 milee
PS'PB A/C aHtraaal of wheel*
1985 Jaquar XJ6 VanDePlas
1250 or best offer
Completely overhauled, includCall 942-5303
ing new brekea €«ce«»ni rubauto. 6 cyl: power sunroof, cruise,
ber 74t-9231 or 942-5590
BUHLER ft BITTER INC
trip computer, ale fully equipped.
DODGE MAXI VAN 1973 Ply moutn-Chryaler-MG-jaguar
264-SOOO
Good running oond interior 3290Hwy35
shetving for tool a Askig 5950 Of
BUHLER ft BITTER INC
M i l offer Call 291-9225
Plymoutn-Chryaler-MG-Jaguar
3290 Hwy 36
M4-M00
DODGE 1975
per month
Runs good. 70.000 ml . 9500
BUICK RIVERIA 1961 1991 Call 530*4116
P'S P'B tilt wheel crmae PionA $500 cash rebate at the time of delivery
DUMP TRUCK INTERNATIONAL eer component syatem, alarm.
1 9 6 - Wltrt pTw 12500 Caaa ••c cond Must aee $6600
is standard equipment with every lease plan
Dackrvoa and 9 ion 3 sale trailar 942-7412
56900 bom 222-6563
And thats just one of the benefits you get at
BUICK OPEL - 1979 4 spd
FORD 1977 — 8Mp Van. 14 20.000 miles on rebuilt engine
Triangle Leasing
aluminum l>ody 57 000 mi PS Good condition
$750
Call
1985 Honda Accord
Excellent condition $5000 Call
222 2060 or 670-8430
4 door, all colors in stco for
BUICK 1973
Needa
work
$100
as
<•
IMS FORD PICKUP
immediate delivery
Call 671-9674 after 6 p m
Runagood
And Triangle makes leasing even easier with
$450 Of ba«1 off**
BUICK SKYLARK - 1967 4
C»H 797-729a
door Good running condition
the widest selection of imported or domestic
$200 Can 741-6517 7 to 10 p m
i977fORDFiM
cars With Triangle you select the options you
•MINIMUM 25°'. DOWN PAYMENT 36 MONTHS FINANCING MAXIMUM
Low mileage 93100
BUICK REGAL t974 - Low miieCa* 74T-16B4
TO QUAL IFlED BUYERS FINANCING WILL INCLUDE
ege 1 owner Good running
want and how long the lease will run.
1979 FORD WINDOW VAN
cond 9700 Call 530-9196 early
EXTENDED 6 YEAR 60000 MILE WAFIRANTY
EXPIRES 8 / 1 7 / 8 5
302 angin«. 60 000 mites, starao
mormnga ft eve*
paneled carpeting «.c cond
BUICK REGAL 1962 - E*C
$5000 496-2063
cond A/C PS'PB tlrt steering
ON THE SPOT FINANCING AND DELIVERY
SUPCft C A M MALER
FORD M M 1976 - • tTyT'i- As-.'-fl 15600 Can 201-0495
IF QUALIFIED
1985 Honda Prelude
And nothing could be easier to arrange
apaad PS/PB Good work truck
1083 BUICK SKYLARK L TO Just peinted MuBI sail Call Auto a/C arrvfm full power
You II get all the details you need And when
all colors in stock Io' immediate
747-0349
« ' • wheels 40 000 mi Aaking
you have all the facts, you'll understand why
$6100 Call 671-3909
1974 TRACTOR — International
Cab ove* with I l i i p i r twin 19«PeuiCk~LESAIRf - A/C
Triangle Leasing offers you a better way to
screw 3 1 i Detroit 50.000 m. on power windows power brakea
drive with lower monthly payments Lease
//" 1 7 ""S.
per month
•n-chaeeis overhaul Vary depen- em/fm Excellent condition Ceil
dable Oood trans new brake*
after 5 30 671-9411
from the company that puts reliability first
new rear leaf apnnos. new stane*
07 ROUTE 36, CATOSfTOWN
CADILLAC SEVILLE 1M1
ft oaneriea. " • • elutcn Needa 1 owner.
mi Musi see
Remember with Triangle you'll be starting
injector 2 Nree ft minor body $9600 Arm60.000
Ceil 10 a m -4 p m
work C*n be seen ai 22 Penn- Mon-Ffi 212-1793
out $500 ahead
m cash
sytvams Ave South Kearny st
Springmete* Trucking
Book
CADILLAC ELDORADO 1977
value $10000
$3200
Red Bank Area
I t Iti »XM2K|
l a c r f c e I 1 9 M C*M 797-3740
191-JM9
19/1 BATAVUS
Runs eood. Looki good
Asking | 2 0 0
C«M 739-04B3
FORD F-150 1972
121 bo* hydraulic lift $2500
Call 739-5462
PEUQEOT MOPEN 19AO
FORD PICKUP 1974 — F100
Ac IB S7B
3 speed with cap
CM 671-1TS1.
i
Good work truck 9675 Firm
739-2956 or 739-0352
1M1 PUCH MAGNUM II — Exceiiem condition 1360 Custom JEEP J10 1995 - Pick-up with
blinkers, etrvlce manual Call cap 1 owner 5.500m i $2500
cash Taka ovar payments Call
871-1560 after 6 p m
747-7060 4 30 5 45 or 9-11 p m
PUCH 1»W
1961 WILLIYS PICK-UP - 4
2100 m l . Like new
wheel
drlva Snow Plow Naada
*42S firm
water pump ft minor work 9750
C*H 6T1-17M.
Call 264-7252
1982 CHEVETTE — 33.000
milea Auto, rear del 4 door,
am/tm. Ilka new $3500 After 5.
291-6933
977 CADILLAC ELDORADO —
AM condition 75 000 mites
$3500 Call 406-0615
CADILLAC COUPE DEVILLE
1967 - fully equipped, good
cond Must aea $900-offer Call
CHEVY MONZA 1977 — Good
;ond . need! engine work 6 tow
$200 or beet offer Can after fl
671-4530
Triangle
gives youthe most
for the leased.
A $ 500 cash rebate
is just the beginning
$650
Selection second-to none
$208
One phone call can do it all
7
AYMOTORS
^ ^ $215
r * ~ 2OI/542-5900
300 AUtOft for M l S
^ ^
300 Autos for sals
M
Call Mike Iverson at
(201) 929-0627
The best leasing vehicle in New Jersey
rtangle
LEASING
Toms River Area
Call Perry Ford at
(201) 929-2247
All teases quoted piui ta> Based upon 48 month cioted-eno H I M I 5 000
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M O N T I CARLO " m / / -r tteVOOO 1976 PACER — 4 tpd, newPONTIAC GRAND LEMANS
miles Brown A/C PB PB/PW
battery Excellent con- 1976 — 2 door Landau top Extilt wheel, cuiae control, am/lm brevet,
70.000 mile*. Muat Mil. cellent condition $2250 Call
. • • • • t i e Good condition Asking dition
College cash $900 787-7823 be- 642-4138
$2450 495-3720
tween 12-3 Mon-Fri .
MM
PONTIAC LEMANS
MUSTANG 1977 - Red 52 000
1980 Good condition
mi Mutt sen for Collage casn
PARK CHEVROLET
C1I 741-7564
1982 ESCORT OL - A/C. P/S,
Call 542-0372
Call
Sales-Leasing-Service-Parts
I. 4 apd , HONDA CIVIC 1983
2 dr $1500 or best offer
B42-927B
Rl 66. Neptune
775-1212 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX 1972 —
hatchback, 4 tpd , tm'fm
cttsetlt Betuliful cond Clean MUST ANQ MACH I 1973 — " PEUQEOT-SAAB OF WALL~~ Looka good Rum excellent Call
ESTATE SALE - Cadillac Seville m 4 out 37.000 mi (4500 Call PS/PB, auto , am/fm cast Good
229-0524 it no anawer. please
Hwy35, Manaaquan
1680 Must sell Diesel engine
747-4169
keep trying.
cond New tires, eihautt system.
(201) 449-5050
Excellent condition $5200 Can
carb. a l l , air shocks Asking
747 1155 or 747-2153
PONTIAC FIREBIRD ESPRIT
PEUGEOT 1984 505 STI - Exc
HONDA ACCORD LX 1984 - $1500 Call 642-2217
1971 — 360 V-8 Loaded Low
cond AC, sunroof, etc Mual sell
1978 FIAT SPIDER
48 000 Fully loaded, sunroof, arrvlm
miles $660. Call 671-1323
milea. dark blue wilti Rally cassette. 5 yr dealers warranty, 1966 MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE $10,900
—
V6,
3
apd
,
Excellent
con544-8239
alrlpea new root, exc cond Call $9200 671-1602 after 5 30 p '"
1979 PONTIAC 8UNBIRD~ dition $2900 CAII 671-0307
alter 7pm. 642-82M
Mutt tell
PLYMOUTH RELIANT 1962 HONDA CIVIC 1B74
i400 after
NOVA 1970 - Rebuilt chrome Excellent
condition
Under
Good running cond , 72,000 mi
1979 FIREBIRD GOLD
engine
Great
interior.
Needs
35.000 miles Automatic PS PB
Asking »a«^Ce|IJ30-7629
Excellent condition
work $850 or best otter Call Perfect tor college student or 1975 PONTIAC ASTRE - 4 spd.
HONDA ACCORD LX 1982 Beat otter
person who needs a sale reliable 2 new tires, some new parts.
PS/PB. A/C. euto, atareo, 767-6547
Call W - 3 0 S 3
38.000 mi Eftcelleni cond $6550
1978 NOVA — A/C, auto, looka car Original owner $4,500 Call Needs some work Very tlfecFORD
197fl
T-BIRD
542-4000. eal. 252
new
Mechanically
perfect
lionata. (400 Call Batty at
•B/PW/P SA/C. gooigaa mile- Call 842-8885
Granddaughter executreai, mutt PLYMOUTH VALIANT 1975~— 4 747-0266 between 5 30-9 30pm
age Asking S250O or besl offer
1982 HONDA CIVIC — 4 dOOf, sacrilice $1550 222-0636
door. A/C Good condition $850
PONTiAC STATION WAGON
Call 071-3700 after 8 p m .
high mileage but treated with
Call
568-6153
'
1970 — 9 pats V-6. Auto . A/C.
FORD MUSTANG LX — Sporty 2 TLC $2800 firm Call 495-4917 OLDS DELTA 88 ROVALE —
1983 4 door. 8 cyl , p/S. p/b.
1976 PLVMOUTH
door. 1085 4 spd, completely anytime
p/w. cruise a/c. am/fm tape Ex9TATION WAGON
•ceded Full power Take over HONDA CIVIC 1979 — Body eac
cellem condition S30-6537
8 cyl $375
payments, small down payment
cond . needs engine $500 Call
Call 671-0621 after 6
Alter ' '41-8807
Runs great am/fm cassette
284-8950. 9-5 p m after 5. 19830LDSMOBILE 98 — 4 door,
power window, steering, brake,
stereo >Interior
shape
588-8128
P
0 0 C In great
fl421937
am/lm stereo ctaaette. 2 tone door. 6 cyl. p/S. p/b. I/O, 59.000
coupe tcket aeata, console. 305
HONDA 1979
Exc cond. Call 671-0338
PONTIAC VENTURA 1973 - 2
miles
Excellent
condition
V-8. auto . A/C. am/fm factory
4-ipd Very good cond
$
1600
Call
222-44S2
after
3
door.-6
cyl
PS.
automatic
$500
mags, wide tires E«c ehape
$1050
car gold with white roof A
11950 Call 741-1388
Call 871-5853
PLYMOUTH VALIENT 1972— Call 767-4673 after 6 p m
$500
Call
FORD PINTO — 1978 Aulo i m v t MY TRUCK — Have to power
Radio a heater. A/C. PS/PB. 1979
PONTIAC
LEMANS
trana, p/b, manual steer m.,, tell i960 Jeep Cherokee Orig 747-9514
body good Good for pant or WAGON — 67.000 mllet, good
am/fm cassette rear del. 4 cyl. owner Call Peggy 787-3208
1961 OLDS 98 REGEANCY - whole $200 or bett offer Ctll mechanical condition & tires
30 MPQ, no rual Immuculale
$1660 tor quick sale 741-5692,
Sedan V8, dlesel Loaded Excond Runs perfectly Low mile- JEEP CJ 5 1978 — AT Ilre7 cellent road car Asking $4800 PLYMOUTH SPORT FURY 1977 Rumaon
atereo, with plow Excellent
age $1500 Call 747-4930
Call 591-0820
V-6 A/C $400
PONTIAC "FIREBIRD FORMULA
FORt) MAVERICK 1972 — 200 $2800 531-7589 Or 222-8583
Call 767-3436 or 747-2767
— 1981 Gorgeoua, low mileage.
OLD8MOBILE 1973
CID 6 cyl automatic Major new JEEP 1083 CJ7 — Blue, low mHe>
1974 PLYMOUTH DUSTER - fully loaded. T-lop. V6 Mint
Good running cond , $1400
age, rag top, stereo, aluminum
parta $450 Call 671-1323
Call 739-2697or 739-2673
Rebuilt
motor
lor
ptrtt
Atking
cond.
After 6, 842-3752
wheels immaculate. Call after 6
$130
or
best
offer
Call
alter
FORD TURBO T-BIRCM983^5^ pm. 747-7134.
PONTIAC GRAND LE MANZ
OLDS CUTLASS SUPREME noon. 7B7-7256
•peed Sunroof. A'C. am/fm
WAGON 1976 — PS/PB Can be
1976 — 4 dr with everything
caaeetia alarm system 36.000 JEEP CJ7 Limited 1982 - Silver, teen at 421 Dock S t . Union PLYMOUTH CHAMP 1981 — 30 Terrlllc buy Call 741-5617
mis Excellent condition Call hard/sof top Exc cond . 35,000 Beach $950. 264-2256
K ml A/C. Mini condition $2800 PONTIAC FIREBIRD 1975 - E i
ml Many extras $8590 Call
evenings & weekends 957-0478
1073 OLDSMOBILE TOflANDcT Call A. Klein 591-1750 work, cellent condition A/C. PS/PB,
FORD LTD BROUGHAM 1978 - after 5 30 p m 057-Q1Q8
946-9709 home
$100
till wheel 60.000 miles $2300
? dr dark blue vinyl auto 302 1984 JEEP - Over |900~VnCall
284-4326,aak
lor
Vlnca
PONTIAC LEMANS WAQON Call 672-2641 after 7
V-8,
PS/PB/PW. air, rear vetted Mutt sell $500 Call Bob
OLDS CUTLASS CALAIS 1980 1976 — Wood aides. V-6. mag PONTIAC FIREBIRD 1977 derrost am/fm stereo, tinted at 405-4920
— PS/PB/PW. A/C, am/lm wheels immaculate Must aee P8/PB, A/C. am/fm caaaetie
glass K exlrae. 88.000 mt Mini
cond Runs perfect Asking JEEP CJ7 1979 — New toft ft Looks and runt great $4250 $3000 Call 642-0926
Red Ini. Call 747-1490.
hard lopa. till wheel, reclining Call daya 765-5416. evanlnga
$2100 Call 544-0090
aeata 60.000 ml $5500 Call and weekenda 946-7318.
PONTIAC TRANS AM 1978 — V8 PONTIAC FORMULA FIREBIRD
291-1453
1977 — V-6, 4 tpd., PS/PB/PW.
auto,
A/C.
foil
power.
AM/FM
1970 FORD CHATEAU VAN — 4
OLDS CUTLASS SUPREME tape. Honeycomb wheels new stereo c r n t i i i with equHHer.
captama seats, i bench seal,
VW KARMANN GHIA 1060
turns into bed Excellent con- Great cond $1225 New teat 1972 — Exc. cond . $800 or beat tires, exc cond 50 000 ml $4000 black A gold Asking $2900 Call
offer. Call 747-2136
566-9214
or oett offer Call 671-6030
dition Call 284-0057
covera. upper overhaul Sunset
1974 FORD PINTO — Auto trans, Call 542-0780
300 Autos for Sale
300 Autos for Sale
300 Autos for Sale
am/fm cassette, dependable
KITSON CHEVROLET CO
Asking $350 Can 495-2011
H«y 36
Ettontown
542-1000
FORD GRANADA GHIA 1075 2 dr . 6 cyl , auto trans, PS/PB,
LABRIOLA MOTORS"
tm/lm. good tires S850 Call Newman Springs Rd Red Bank
741-0666 after 5 p m
741-2433
1075 FORD QRANADA — Runt
Lincoln- Mercury-Mark ur
good Vary dependable $500 or
STRAUB LINCOLN-MERCURY
beat offer Call 586-3811 trier 5
Highway 35, Keyport, 284-8500
p.lTV
1970 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL
FORD ESCORT 1982 —4-apd 2 — 58.000 milts Qaraged Good
lone nlver & gray. A/C, axe condition
Best offer
Call
cond 30.000 mi (7700 when 787-2935
new
$«:90 sacrifice
Call LOCALLY-DRIVEN USED CARS
284-8317
— PRICED RIGHT RASSAS
1975 FORD MAVERICK — PONTIAC. 396 BROAD ST , RED
20.000 miles. Runt fine Needs BANK 741-6180
interior/exterior work Ben offer
LTD 1975 — Oood motor Parts
Cell 741-4S78
Or car Aiding $450 Call
FORD GRANADA 1975 - Small 566-1947
V8. A/C. bucket seats Auto, low
MARK tV SPITFIRE 1971
Vary good condition
offer
Call 369-3781
GEOROE WALLS
MAVERICK 1975 - Excellent
SHREWSBURY
engine, V-8. but hat body damLINCOLN MERCURY
Asking $275 Call 741-2524
881 Shrewsbury Ava , 747-5400
4 p.m.
1973 FORD^RAND T O R I N O " ^
MAVERICK 1972 — Runs well
Very clean & good condition
Needa work $400 or oeat offer
Call 495-4323 between 5-8 p m
~ MAZDA OLC DELUXE 1985
Standard 4 dr, A/C
$7998
Call 741-2843
MAZDA 826 1981 — 5-speed 4
door, A/C. am/fm caiaetla
76,000 miles 1 owner Very reiabie Call 957-0639
Or we'll run your ad 10 MAZDA RX 7 1961 OS — A/C.
days (or FREE!
AM/FM stereo cassette. 4 apkra.
dual power mirrors, factory tun
You can tell your automobile roof, S apd trana. reclining
with a damped ad Here you'll bucket teati new tkes, extra
reach very anaiout cer buyers apara. new braket, pampered i
Shopping our clattlfled for good owner, service log Fait & sleetlll
$5000 Catl 530-4071
buys
MECHANIC S BUV - 1972 Olds
4 LINES Enough apace to da- Cutlass wagon X mission bad
scribe your car thoroughly end
0 Call 747-5654
create buyer interest
MERCEDES 1974 SE 450 10 DAYS Enough lime to reach White 4 door, sunroof, 4-speed
•8000
Call
over 82.000 different adult read- Great s»ape
art each week, because people • 498-2426
needt for cart change day to MERCURY CAPRI 1979 — While
dty
tutomatlc 6 cyl A/C Haichlack Excellent 12800 Call
16 00 Enough value to mad* II
39-4675
worth your while to realistically
1977 MERCURY COUGAR —
price your car to tell
New lires. rebuilt trana Runt
good 100.000 mllet Asking
THE FREE DEAL IS...
$978 Ctll 291-5646
It you don't sell your car in 10
days and you paid 1890. we will MERCURY BOBCAT 1976 —
The All American Way
run your 4 line automobile ad for 47,000 mi . A/C. AM/FM $2500
another to dtya-for FREEI This Call after 5 p m 747-3tf6O
•peciai orter is good tor individ- MERCURY LYNX L 1962 "
uals telling ine'r own cart, and n B/PS. automatic, air. Mint connot tor commercial u w
We aim to please the
itlon $3400 Call 741-2321
FORD TORINO 1972
DO0QE DART QT 1MT — Orig
V-8 Console, Ducket seats Car 43 000 original miles mutt tee
Clean m l out Oarage kept
$850 Him Call 583-2214
90.000 mis ISKO or B/O Call I
FORD MUSTANG 1874
542-113? •••. tor BoO or Sue
l. ™_
° *"
~ l u t H l i T - 1|76~a door. 4
v-OlKbWAQEN BUG 19)73
PONTIAC VENTURA 1973 — 8
1983
—
ipd am/lm caasetla E»cellenl
cyl. 4 dr Running cond $700 or TOYOTA SUPRA
$400
condition $1200 Of beat offer
bett Offer Call 530-0706 after 5 Loaded with every factory opCall 291-9127
tion In exc Cond. Only 26.000
Call 922-9449 aHaf 6.
original miles $10,850 Call days 1971 VOLKSWAGEN BUG — VVV HABBIT I S 1B81 - Dleeel. 4
New tires i brakes $800 Call
PONTIAC-WAGON LE MANS 225-1111. Eves 671-6079
dr 5 apd , Air, AM'FM stereo
1974 — V6. A/C. PS/PB, Stereo
946-8369. aak lor Jim
Losded Superb cond 12850
$400 Call 583-9336
TOYOTA TERCEL 1980 — A/C,
Call 449-6469
Crutie
control.
AM/FM
cataetie
PONTIAC ASTRE 197
Runa • i c $2000 or beat offer
VW RABBIT 1679 — Auto,
Runs. Needt work
Call 671-6500. Aak for Brian
AM/FM. 4 d r . 67,000 ml. Very
$500 72,000 mi
1974 VOLVO 144 — p/t. p/b. clean in 4 out Great lor student
Call 630-3571
TOYOTA COROLLA 1980 —a/c, rear del. tm/lm stereo, fuel olf to college 82000 or beat
1981 PONTIAC PHOENi)T~ Llftback 5-speed, am/lm, A/C
infected As Is, $1650 Call offer Call 747-3729.
P/S, P/B. A/C.
New biakea 70,000 milee Ask- 495-4199
VW RABBIT 1960 — 2 dr haicfi.
Atking $6000
mg $2905 Ctll Laurie 530-4607
VW DASHER 1975 — Automatic, Sunroof am/fm tape, mechanCtll 787-1681
1879 TOYOTA CELICA — ST. 6 am/fm caasetie. 60,000 milea
ically sound, clean body, original
PORSCHE 924 1980 — Red, t p d , am/fm stereo, a/c. exc Second angina $950 Call Terry owner $2400 Call 747-3447
Asking $3700
Call 787-9008
PW/PS/PB, sun-roof AM/FM cond
VW RABBIT 1979 DIESEL
cassette stereo Exc cond Must 866-0583
4 apeed, A/C, 50 mpg pkwy
BUS (976
sell $10,200 or beat offer Call 1964 TOYOTA CELICA GT-S — Exc cond.VW
A/C 7 passenger, ra> $1500 Call 229-6286
530-3492 or 291-4753
15.000 miles, p/t, p/b, am/lm bulll engine $1500 222-6*83
1978 VW SCIROCCO — Excelstereo with equalizer, eiec tun
RED BANK MOTORS INC
VW BUG 1977
lent running condition 92800
131 Newman Springs. Red Bank roof, crulaa control, a/c Aaklng Showroom
condition Garage Call 842-5940
$10,500 Call 542-3669.
Dodge-AMC-Jeep-Renault
kept,
low
m
l
.
aunroor,
$4175
1960 TRANS AM — AutO.'p/t,
747-0040
~ V W SUPER BEETLE 1973
p/b, a/c. am/fm cassette, rear Call after 8 p m 741-4657
Beat otter Runa
RITTENHOUSE
VW BUG 1973 — Runa good
louvers, black with pinslriping
Call 201-8232 aHer_7 p m
LINCOLN-MERCURY INC
Semi-automatic Looka good inNew
brakes,
muffler,
Urea,
batVW: "SUPER BEETLE 1971 —
900 Rt 35-Ocean Twp 775-1500
tery Rebuilt rear end. Jutl side 1 out Call after 5 p m Auto stick, axe cond, new
ROAD RUNNER 1974 — 4 spcT. tuned 93,000 milea Looks 6 767-7687
brakes, dutch, i rebuilt engine
Excellent performancel Great runt great $3775 or best offer
VW BUG 1971
S1250. Call 870-8256
Call 462-2169.
look si $1615. Call 291-3165
Needs work Runs Sunroof Best
3ANSONE OLD8-CADILLAC
orter. Call 291-0300 days.
TRANS AM 1984 — Fully loaded
Newman Springs Rd . Red Bank
291-9208 evenings
Good condition Asking $10,200
VvVSCIROCCO 1976
741-0910
1972 VW BUG — Rabuiif engine
Call 264-5527.
~SUNBIRD 1978
New brakes, clutch Runs excel- Dependable car 73.000 mi .
TRIUMPH TR 7 1960 - Conv.. 5 lent Must sell Best offer Call AM/FM caaaatta Runa good
Needt engine
Needs ptint $2000 Call after 8
spd
A/C,light
metallic
blue
Exc
741-7706.
Best offer
p m 571-9266
cond
Asking $5400
Call
Call 741-7584
671-0678 or 530-5811.
VW BUB 1972 - Asking T7S0
1971 SUPER BEETLE — Runt
Runs good. AM/FM 8 track
TRIUMPH
SPITFIRE
198excellent Looks good Rebuilt
stereo All good lires Call
Mutt sell $400
engine, new radial* Many new
670-3788. after 4 30 p m
Extra parta
parta $650 Call 495-2943
VW BUG 1973 — Top mechanCall 530-9041 after 6
T-BIRD 1963 — Whit* hardtop, 1980 TURBO TRANS AM — ical cond No rust. Good finish 4
inl Second owner $1700 firm
original Interior, all power. A/C
edition i mot rutty Also, 1BS0 VW Rabbit 747-3447
no rutt $2900 or best offer Catl Special
loaded. Jensen speakers. (6600229-2324 evenings.
b/O 291-1079 or 291-1600
TOM 8 FORD
1978 VEGA WAGON — 64.000
200 Hwy 35
Keyport miles
Good station car $300
VW BUG 1966 - Many good
284-1600
Call after 5 p m 871-6933. all parta
1970 VW Bug. many new
TOYOTA WAGON 1978 - Good day weekends.
parts, minor repaira needed VW
condition $1900 or best offer
411 Wagon, good running cond
VOLVO FOR QUALITY
Ctll 493-9362
Leaae with full maintenance now Beat oner Call 741-7870
TOYOTA COROLLA 1977 - 5- available Only at RED BANK VW BUG 1 9 7 4 - 4 • p W low
•peed High mileage, am/fm. air
miles, good body, CB, tm/lm
VOLVO Call tor Into. 741-6866
Puna great SS50 Call d>»i 52B?>
119 E Newman Springa Rd , caatetta, snows with rima Best
M Ink 7<7 0301
offer over $1250 Call 291-5015
1976 TOYOTA CORONA - Auto. Shrewsbury
4 door, rear def, a/c, am/fm 1976 VOLVO — 264 GLE, black
VW BEETLE 1971 - New tires
Avia features
cetaette 61.000 miles $2700 or a/c. tun roof, auto. Excellent AM/FM Recently tuned Clean 4
QM can and (rucks
best offer 747-6020, 9-8
condition $5450 Call 264-5868
runs well $800 Call 495-0578
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Cars
For Sale
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HONDA ACCORD LX 1979 PS/PB. A/C. 5 tpd., tm/lm
casseila Very clean $3750 Call
after 6 (j m 842-4863.
HONDA ACCORD 1983 - Exc
cond . A/C, Cruise control,
P3/PB, AM/FM atereo 28.000
ml. Ashing, $9500 Call 842-4978
old Uil>iontd »ll »mtficar> My
MERCURY MONTEQO 1969 —
Auto . PS, 2 dr Hardtop 125,000
Dependable transportation 1
owner $250 741-8981
1977 MONTE CARLO - A/C,
many extras
$1200
Call
767-5664 after 5 p.m
MONTE CARLO 1977 — V-8,
PS/PB. AM/FM cassette New
battery, brakes, lires 4 exhauel
Looks i r u m good $1750 Negotiable Catl 741-3148
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2 Dr., 6 cyl.. aulo , P S PB., A/C,
AM/FM Stereo, Sport Wheels 10 341 2 Dr. V-6 to.. A/C. P B.. P S . Pwr
miles Slock * F294
windows. AM/FM atereo, spt. mirrors,
4 Dr.. V-6. auto, P S , P B. A/C,
8.746 miles Stk 0F3O7
AM/FM radio, remote mirror, 24.038
Hit
miles Slock HF180
84 CHEVY CELEBRITY
'11.274
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nit
5 miles. Slock i»F2ai
9,145
4 Or aulo A/C, rack I pinion steering, front
dlsck Drakes, AM A a
am <m 4 »
ridl^pJn stripe $M H Q Q
J 29.435 mm
|Stock#F345
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V-8. auto . 3 seat. P S P B A/C, lilt,
AM/FM atereo. root rack, spt. mirrors,
B/S molding, rally whla.. W W . cloth
int.. 4.436 mile*. Stock • F - i i J
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4 Dr., V-6, aulo., A/C. P S . P B , Pwr
windows. Pwr. door locks, cruise.
AM/FM radio, remote mirrors, W/W
5,802 miles. Stock #F317^_
2 Dr., 4 cyl., auto., P S . P B., A/C, AM/FM 2 Or, 4 cy
Lilt
radio, spt. mirrors, tinted glass, clothiInt.,
mi
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8,950
miles Stock « —
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6 cyl., 2
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• Dr..
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- 10., A
A/C,
PS
A M / F M r a d i o . 6055 miles. StocI "
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$C
'12.871
85 CHEVY CAMARO
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I 4 Cyl., 4 dr., auto, A/C, rack * pinion J> j | A A A 6 . „ .
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\ steer.ng, front disk brakes. AM radio, V «
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auto., PS., P B , A/C. AM/FM
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85 CHEVY CAMARO
6 cyl., 2 Dr., auto. A/C, P/S,
P/B, pwr. windows, tilt,
AM/FM radio, 8,792 miles.
Stock #F286
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85 CHEVY CAVALIER
TYPE 10
2 Dr., 4 cy., auto., P S , P B
A/C, AM/FM radio, cloth Interior, tinted glasa. spt. mirrors, 7,894 miles. Stock
#F186
List '9,882
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