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I Vol. 108 No. 293

| MONMOUTH COUNTY'S NEWSPAPER §. SINCE 1878

SATURDAY, JUNE 28,1986

25 CENTS

Fuel storage at Earle base is under fire

Red Bank fireworks explode

Congressmen voice local concerns By KENNY TRAINOR

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Register Correspondent

RED BANK —Ooh! A Aah! That W M the e m m i u of the 8,000 or so people wfco wfco fWbfced fWb to Marine Park hut MM . OMUC the over the Naveatnk Hlver. ver. For S8 minutes, beginning at 9:05 p.m., >e aide* over the river were illuminated

WASHINGTON — The concerns of area residents over proposed expansion of Naval Weapons Station Earle have made their way to the nation's capital, as New Jersey congressmen have asked the Secretary of the Navy to delay action on the plan. In a press release, Sen. Frank R. Lautenberg (D-N.J.) said he asked Navy Secretary John Lehman "to hold off on plans to place ten large storage tanks — containing 20 million gallons of diesel and Jet fuels — In dose proximity to homes and a highway bordering7 the Earle Naval Weapons Station.' Lautenberg was jollied in his request by Sen. Bill Bradley (D-N.J.) and Rep. James J. Howard (DMonmouth, Ocean). "The residents living near Earle have legitimate concerns here, and I think It's time for the Navy to go back to the drawing board," said Lautenberg. "This fuel belongs in a secure, Isolated area, not in a family's back yard." Bradley said the Navy's effort to Improve national defense capability is not at Issue here. "However," he said, "I believe the Navy's proposal on the siting of fuel storage tanks needs to be re-evaluated to take into account the safety concerns being expressed by local residents and local government officials." ,; .. Mtddletown Township Commit teeman James Maher, who Is organls-

„ every ten seconds, a. colored light shot up from the J moored in the center of the we were duds, others Called to deliver their full punch, but moat of the time the rockets' red (and Hue and green and white) glare Ut up the aides and reflected off the shimmering river. And of course there was the finale — nearly a minute of non-stop mia-air explosions. White children cooed with delight at every flash of light and the thunderous booms that followed, many of the adults forgot their reserve and found themselves cheeriM with delight. hen It was over. A bit too soon for many, but all good things have to come to an end. Of course, for the borough's finest, It didn't end soon enough. Police officers were stationed throughout the

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Boater sentenced A New Yoric boater is sentenced in Superior Court to a year's probation and fined $200 for recklessly operating the speedboat that tore a man's leg in half last summer in Monmouth County waters.

State Care in question The state public advocate's office files suit to force the closing of the Trenton Psychiatric Hospital Adolescent Unit, claiming staff members have failed to prevent teen-age patients from being brutalized and molested SA

Associated Press

TRENTON — The state Supreme Court agreed yesterday to hold an emergency hearing to review a ruling that gave the go-ahead for a life-sustaining respirator to be removed from a terminally 111 woman who wants to die. On Monday, Superior Court Judge' Henry H. Wiley granted Kathleen Farrell of South Toms River her wish to be disconnected from the respirator, by finding her competent to make the decision. The 37-year-old woman suffers from amyotrophic Internal sclerosis, a progressive neurological Illness common-

ly called Lou Gehrig's disease. - Attorneys appointed by the court to represent Mrs. Farrell's two teen-age sons appealed Wiley's ruling, and the Supreme Court agreed to hear arguments on Tuesday, allowing the case to bypass the Appellate Division of Superior Court. Supreme Court Clerk Stephen W. Townsend said parties wishing to participate must file motions and supporting papers with the court by 1 p.m. Monday. In ruling for Mrs. Farrell's request to die, Wiley said it would be cruel to sustain a life "so poor, so minimal and so wracked with pain." However, he stayed the ruling so it could be appealed. The following day, the attorneys for

her sons asked the Supreme Court to take the case on an emergency basis over the Appellate Division, the state's secondhighest court. John Gelson and Peter R. Strohm were appointed to represent the interests of 16-year-old Shawn and 14-year-old Brian because they are minors. "I think the boys are behind their mother's decision," Gelson said yesterday. "We're appealing because we don't agree with Judge Wiley's interpretation of the state of the law." Also, said Gelson, "Judge Wiley recommended we appeal. We're courtappointed lawyers. We have a Judge saying, 'You should appeal.'" Gelson said the Supreme Court should define the law In cases in which mentally

Late compromise produces budget

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ing local efforts to fight the proposal, said it Is "very good news" that officials in Washington have Joined the fight against the proposal. "I think our message got through," said Maher.' "The Hlddletown residents who live In the area near the plant expansion have raised legitimate concerns," said Howard. "This isn't a 'not in my back yard' complaint. I am confident the Navy will address these concerns in a timely manner^1' In their Joint letter to the Navy Secretary, the three New Jersey legislators said, "The potential risk to the safety of local residents raises serious questions about the Navy'J plans." The letter also asked that the "proposal be delayed until all con-' cerned parties have had an adequate opportunity to review the situation, and all available alternatives." - , ,



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TRENTON — Rumors about stalemates, deals and snags flew as quickly as lawmakers and legislative aides, who scurried about the Statehouse halls as they drafted proposed state budgets. Everyone cast their best guesses about whether the Legislature would approve a spending plan, but no one knew how the night would end. And despite threats by Senate President John Russo, D-Ocean, and Assembly Speaker Charles Hardwick, R-Union, that deliberations could continue into the weekend, both houses had a meeting of the minds early yesterday and passed a $9.3 billion spending plan for fiscal 1987. The compromise was forged out of frustration, wheeling and dealing, and respect for legislative tradition. "I was determined hot to come out of my first year as Senate president without the state having a budget," said Russo. BBIOOrS, BUMSON Sun. Irish Night Pat Roper Band 8PM

The budget, which calls for a 6.7 percent spending increase over the current $8.8 billion spending plan, Is quite similar to the 19.3 billion budget proposed by Gov. Thomas H. Kean in February. . But the Legislature also Included in its budget $62 million for municipalities and $76 million for a tax rebate program for homeowners. Lawmakers also wanted to spend about $10.8 million for sewer construction, community groups, groundwater protection, teachers' salaries, and fire and safety programs. The "Christmas tree," as those proposals were called collectively, was . made up mostly of pet projects sponsored by lawmakers for their constituents, and it hampered legislators as they worked behind closed doors Thursday ..night to hammer out a pact Russo said he was adamantly opposed to including the $10.8 million appropriation in the budget. The Assembly disagreed. Obstacle No. 1. Later in the. evening, Hardwick told, reporters

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alert people no longer want their lives: prolonged by medical equipment. He said he was pleased the Justices: scheduled arguments during their traditional summer break. The court finished its schedule of oral arguments on: May 13, and was not to have heard any more cases until September. Gelson said it was "very unusual. Front trial court decision to before the Supreme Court in eight days... It has to be a first." In his ruling, Wiley appointed Mrs. Farrell's: husband, Francis, as special medical guardian to carry out her desire to have her respirator removed. He also exempted Farrell and anyone assisting him in ending Mrs. Farrell's life from civil or criminal liability. See COURT, Page SA

Long Branch bocce celebrities best rival Asbury Park squad By CAMILLE THOMAS The Register

Oov. Thomas H. Kean Kean has until midnight Monday to sign the budget, and has said he may veto most of the $62 million in municipal aid. that the Assembly was ready to approve a budget that he described as comprehensive and well-balanced-. He* also knew the Senate' was drafting a spending plan that did not include appropriations for most of the programs In the Christmas, tree. Hardwick called the Senate bill'."woefully inadequate," acknowledged that the Senate and Assembly might reject each other's budgets, and warned that

KISLIN'S Closed July 3, 4, 6 and 6th.

ASBURY PARK — The Long Branch Bocce Waves won two games in the celebrity tournament last evening, but only because the Asbury Park Bocce Bishops let them, the losers claimed. "If we took advantage of them and beat them badly, they wouldn't come back to play next year," said Asbury Park Councilman Paul A. Kapalko. "We were Just setting Long Branch up for next year." The Asbury Park-Long Branch celebrity game opened this weekend's National Bocce Tournament held in the Convention Hall arcade. Today and tomorrow, Asbury Park — dubbed "the bocce capital of New Jersey" under a bill sponsored by Assemblyman Anthony Villane — is expected to welcome about 360 players representing 76 teams, according to senior tournament official Sal Caliendo. "This Is always a good rivalry," said Caliendo, referring to the Asbury Park-Long Branch match. "There's no money Involved in this game, Just city pride and bragging rights." But the results, of yesterday's match didn't leave the Bocce Bishops with too much to brag about. The defeat came as a surprise to

••There's no money involved in this game, just city pride and bragging rights. • • Sal Caliendo Tournament official

the pride of Asbury Park. Prior to the celebrity game, Kapalko — who claimed he was selected for the team for his ability to roll the ball straight even after his fifth drink — had promised he would cheat and try every dirty trick in the book in order to score. But perhaps Kapalko and his teammates — Council woman Ton! R. Vaccaro, City Administrator Samuel J. Addeo and city Health Officer Jim "the Mouser" Rodino — were a little too relaxed. Maybe they were too confident about having the home team advantage. But maybe Long Branch was Just on a streak. "Long Branch has been on a roll" for about four years now and we're Just trying to continue It," said Eugene Iadanza, city attorney, as he bestowed friendly backstops and supportive cheers on his teammates.' See BOCCE. Page SA

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PEOPLE Typical tourist Northern Ireland's troubles haven't troubled Princess-to-be Sank Ferguoa. "It's so lovely to be sway from telephones and decisions," the said Thursday v»Wle louring a 250-year-old Londonderry linen factory. "I'm really loving it here." «he did admit to one complaint, thqnch. "I'm finding the thick IrWi brogue a little difficult to understand," Ferguson said on the sejawd day of a two-day visit with he* intended, Prince Andrew. And for those in doubt about what to wear to the July 23 do, there's help. Gieves A iiawkes, the London tailor that has dressed Haitian royalty for 200 years, has set.up a dress and protocol hotline fo> wedding-goers. A couple of tip»: Hen, leave your swords hqme. Women, hata are a must but make them narrow-brlmhied, so a%not to obstruct views.

' • i t seems like*lifetime ago when my name was one of those on a neon sign outside a major hotel* » PraaMMitRaaoan appearing at a Las Vegas rund-ralaIng evanttarOOP Senate candMala JlmSantW

Those were th» d a y (Pr*«ldent Beagan, appearing at a Las Vegas fund-raising event for GOP Senate candidate Jim Santtnl, mused about his days as

something that let's me stretch The beloved characters are at myself, and right now NBC doesn't home in the Museum of Cartoon offer me that opportunity," she Art, a turn-of-the-century castle said. where more than 60,000 cartoon "We are sorry she is leaving us, strips, comic books, Disney eels,; and wish her the very best of Bags i^nf^y videos and other luck," said Lawrence K. works are preserved and disGrossman, president of NBCplayed. News. The non-profit museum, Ellerbee said she will spend the founded by s cartoonists' group next few weeks working on a chaired by Beetle Bailey creator screenplay from her beat-selling •fort Walker, is a place where book, "And So It Goes," and many adults relive their childmagaiine assignments. She said hood, said spokeswoman Ashley she expects to make a decision on Hunt. a new Job within a month. A mixture of reverence and' "I'm 41, I'm good at what I do, playfulness fills the four-story castle, perched on a hilltop along and I will work," she said. Although her contract expired the border of Greenwich, Conn. last week, she will do a final One display in the museum has "TGIF" spot on "Today" — and an intentionally low-brow appeal: said she would have done it for graffiti on the bathroom walls, free. courtesy of famous cartoonists. Cart Swan left Superman In the men's room, and Dik Brown added Hagar the Horrible. The women's ' * I ' m 4 1 , I'm good at what room Is graced by Mary Wllshire's Red Sonja, and Betsy, from a I do, and I will work* 9 Playboy laagasiim strip by Sarah LMaENeitoM Downs. NBC News correspondent who "We like to tread the line beturned down a contract oner and tween the absurd and the made her last appearance on/1he glorious," explained Brian network yesterday Walker, the exhibit director.

Fatal hit and run f i t ' s so lovelytobe away from telephones and decisions* 9 ', '• . Sarah Fsfgysow prinoeM-to-ba on a visit to Ireland

President Reagan an entertainer in the gilts capital. It '/seems like a lifetime ago when my name was' one of those on a neon sign outside a major hotel," he said. Reagan recalled how dinner-show patrons, instead of laughing or applauding, showed approval "with their mouths full (by waving) their forks.... I didn't sing or dance, prompting some to predict | that I'd never play Las Vegss again. What do you know? Here I am playing to a full house!"

And so she went NEW YORK (AP) — Linda Ellerbee, an NBC News correspondent for 11 years, said she turned down s contract offer and would made her last appearance on the network yesterday. "I'm leaving, and I don't know where I'm going," Ellerbee said Thursday. Neither she nor the network offered details on their negotiations. Asked whether money or assignments were the issue, Ellerbee said, "Yes." "I work best in something new,

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Undo Ellerbee 'Absurd and glorious' RYE TOWN, N.Y. (AP) — A lifesize Beetle Bailey loafs happily in a hallway while Dagwood takes a bath. Alfred E. Neuman shares quarters with Popeye. Hagar the Horrible is In the men's room.

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MICKEY'S BEST FRIEND — Mickey Rooney and canine pal Mildred star in "Little Spies," a "Disney Sunday Movie" about an aging hermit who helps a group of neighborhood kids take on a ring of dognappers. The film, currently in production, is scheduled to air this fall. Rooney plays the aging hermit.

The 13-year-old daughter of country singer George Strait was killed in a car accident late Wednesday, and the driver was charged Thursday with criminally negligent homicide. A Texas panzee, llamas, deer and a python public safety spokesman said Jen- Not for this Starr! named Muscles, had sought a ' nifer Strait was riding with two Brooke Shields will pose for license to keep the 6-month-old- ' teen-age male friends in a car driven by William Allen Playboy! But not to worry — she'll giraffe, which was. spotted by a McDonald, 16, on a rural road keep her clothes on. Shields and gams warden earlier this month. . Jsekson, 27, already has outside San Marcos when the car her mother, Teri, were In Chicago failed to negotiate a curve, this week shooting the pictures. permits from the California Fish • and Game Commission for the < skidded sideways, rolled over and One will be used for the landed on its top in a ditch. magazine's ongoing "what-sort- other exotic pets at his home 20 • miles northwest of downtown Los ; The spokesman said that "ex- of-woman-reads-Playboy?" cessive speed" cont-ibuted to the advertisements and another for a Angeles. "He csn keep his giraffe, they ! accident. None of the young peo- chaste December cover. Shields Is begin work next gave him a permit," said com- ; ple was wearing a seat belt, he mission spokeswoman Peggy • said, and Jennifer was found desd month on bringing the cartoon partially outside the car. The character, Brenda Starr, to the Blaine. An attorney representing the ; ,. other two passengers were treated screen. singer assured commissioners the ; at a nearby hospital for minor Whatarellefl giraffe -would have living con- i injuries and released. McDonald, ditlons at least as good as those ', who was not hurt, was freed on a SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) —' $ 2,000 bond after passing a volun- Michael Jackson will be allowed recommended by a national so- | tary breath test, according to the to add a giraffe to the menagerie okeepers' association, Ms. Blaine • state spokesman. George Strait, at his Enclno estate aa long as he said. Jackson didn't appear at the ! 34, a longtime resident of San promises to give the animal a good meeting. • Marcos, was named the Country home, game officials decided FriMusic Association's male vocalist COMPILED BY of 1986 for his album "Does Fort The reclusive singer, who Worth Ever Cross Your Mind?" Christina A. Rowatt already plays host to a chim-

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SATURDAY. JUNE 28.1986

Boater gets probation, fine

DICES Aretha Franklin cancels concert | | OLMDEL—Singer Aretha M Franklin has canceled her I I performance scheduled for Aug. 14 at the Garden State Arts Center. Patrons who have purchased tickets to the performance may obtain refunds through the following procedures: All tickets purchased at the Arts Center Box Office should be returned by mail to Garden State Arts Center, P.O. Box 116, Holmdel, N.J. 0773S. AH

tickets purchased through Ticketron outlets or by Teletron outlets should be returned to . the original place of purchase. Refunds will not be made at the box office, only through the mall. The Arts Center will be contacting all patrons who placed mail o r d e r s for t h e performance with notice of the cancellation. For additional information, call ( 2 0 1 ) 442-9200.

Little Sliver board OKs bus service ITTLE SILVER — The Board of Education voted Thursday night to continue bus .shuttle service during the 1986-87 school year for students who live beyond the two-mile limit and for first-, second- and third-graders In the Markham Place area from the Harkham Place School to the Point Road School. Board renewal of service was awarded to Murphy Transportation Co., Red Bank. Bus shuttle service expanded to include third-graders because the bus service can ac-

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commodate 110 students and only 25 live beyond the twomile limit. In other business, the board approved the position of a two-fifths teacher, who would teach two courses of math and reading on an upper grade level, five days, a week, in order to improve schedulemaking and reduce class size. The board also approved carpet repairs to the library and music room at the Point Road School by H.E. Saboslk, Associates Inc., Point Pleasant, at a coat not to exceed 12,600.

ByMBNEFF The Register

i FREEHOLD — A New York boater was'sentenced in Superior Court yesterday to a year's probation and fined $200 for recklessly operating the speedboat that tore a man's leg in half last summer In Monmouth County waters. The sentence by Judge Michael D. Farren came after a plea from the state that Vincent J. Roberto, 41, of Staten Island, be Imprisoned i for 90 days, the maximum penalty for the disorderly persons offense. Farren, however, said he agreed with Roberto that the collision of Roberto's 27-foot speedboat with a 14-foot rowboat off Sandy Hook was unintentional, and imposed the non-custodial sentence.

'•I am sorry, your honor. But it was a tragic accident. »> Vincent J. Roberto N.Y. man convicted in boating sod-

ing about 36 mph, according to trial testimony. In the collision, which the destroyed Griffiths' boat, the propeller of the speedboat's right, 200-horsepower motor severed George Griffith's right leg at the knee. Several of his ribs were broken. It was, said Farren, a "tragic accident. Nothing I can do today will change that or replace Mr. "I am sorry, your honor,", the leg." In addition to the 41-year-old Roberto told Farren Griffith's and probation, Farren orat sentencing. "But it was a tragic fine dered Roberto to perform 250 accident." hours of community service. Before the sentence, Assistant George O. Griffith, 61, of Newark, was fishing with Ms Prosecutor Francis J. Gilbertson brother, William, when Roberto's called for a custodial sentence as fiberglass craft struck their drift- s means of punishment and detering, wooden rowboat on Aug. 17, rence, and as a message - that 1986, Just out of the channel at the boaters "can't put innocent people In Jeopardy." Up of Sandy Hook. "Lord knows how he survived," Roberto's boat had been travel-

• BNION BEACH — The was first made l e u than two I Borough Council Thurs- months ago because he Is not a ^ J d a y night voted to refuse Union Beach resident, voted to to accept the resignation of accept Gallagher's resignation part-time Zoning Officer Hugh while the four Democrats on Gallagher. Gallagher wrote In the council voted to reject it. his resignation letter that It Gallagher was unavailable was "impossible for me to man the office at the prescribed for comment. Also at the meeting, Countime and day." cilman Prank DiCicca subRather than accept the res- mitted a report of the search ignation, Councilman Lee committee for a police director. Bernstein made a motion to try to make arrangements for Gal- DiCicca said the borough relagher to perform the duties of ceived 19 applications for the zoning officer at a time that position and narrowed it down was more convenient to his to seven applicants who will be interviewed this week. schedule. Of the seven people being Mayor Carmen Stopplello recommended that the council considered, DiCicca said there accept Gallagher's resignation a n two police chiefs, one , saying, "He knew the hours police captain and four state • when he took the job." trMpWlTHe said thl search Republican Councllmen committee expects to have a Richard Ellison and Harry recommendation for the counWooiley, who objected to Gal- cil by its second meeting In lagher's appointment when it July. "......

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Man wants to change guiiiy ptea Four hours later, at 11:30 p.m., the dead infant was found by Gilbert's mother, who telephoned authorities.' Anthony James had a lacerated liver, fractured skull, broken ribs, and bruises on his face, stomach and chest. Yesterday, Nicosia set a July 12 court date to determine whether Gilbert could retract his plea of guilty after Gilbert said he was dissatisfied with the attorney supplied by the public defender's office. Assistant Prosecutor Robert A. Honecker Jr. had agreed to recommend yesterday a 20year Jail term for the firstdegree of fense, which carries a maximum 30-year penalty. Gilbert, who had lived at the Stony Hill Apartments complex in Eatontown, remains In prison on $260,000 bail.

Shore Regional names top teacher LONG BRANCH — iLindley L. Robinson was J named teacher of the year at a Shore Regional Board of Education meeting Thursday night. Superintendent Alfred Campenella and the board presented Robinson with a plaque In recognition of teaching and service to the students of Shore Regional. Campenella said that a committee of five teachers voted for .Robinson after receiving suggestions from the faculty. He said that Robinson will be

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HAZLET — Plans for a threestory motel adjacent to the Sycamore Street School came under fire from parents and neighboring residents at Thursday night's Planning Board meeting/ The project, developed by Luxury Inn Motels of Scranton, Pa., calls for the construction of a 9 1 room motel and a Frlendly's Restaurant on a three-acre site on Route 36 and Haslet Avenue. The proposal, which was Introduced last month, was presented for Its second public hearing to a packed room. The primary concern among residents Is the motel's proximity to the elementary school, which, according to the developer's plans, would be separated by a 26-foot buffer Marilyn Colas, president of the Sycamore Street School ParentTeacher Organization, presented the board with a petition signed by 696 residents opposing the construction. The petition stated that the "three-story masonry building will be an eyesore and it will be a safety hazard." "We feel the building is not keeping with the nature of the city," It read. Colas said, "Traffic on Hazlet Avenue and Route 36 is horrendous now, and it's not going to get any better." Colas said she is also concerned about a detention pond to be built behind the motel, fearing that, children might climb the fence and

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fall Into the pond. >; "I'm not opposed to a hotel,' slle J said. "But let them build it some- i where else and not near a school." ; According to the plans, the pond, would be bound by a 6-foot fence -, and a row pf low shrubbery, both'. of wMch Colas feels are insufficient. {5 "Our primary concern Is the;; closeness of location to thf? s c h o o l , " said AnthotCj. Pontecorvo, of Van Meter Terrain^; whose 4-year old daughter wilts?*: starting school next year. "We feel the type of element this motel would bring Into f n e . neighborhood Is not conducive tS* safety for school children," : h | said. But David Epstein, one of the principal owners of Luxury l o o . Motels, said he would be willing to do "anything reasonable that the • town or school requires." -: . "We wadt to be a good neighbor,; but at the same time, the area is i commercially zoned and zoned for | Uus use," Epstein said. "You can compare it to what! else might go up there," he said. Joan Clougher, 26 Galewosd Ave. said homes on her stree\ wMch is next to the school, are built on a slope and those at the bottom are often affected when the system backs up. Epstein said he was assured by local sewer officials that there would be no problem. Epstein said he had also received the approval by the state -Department of Transportation for the project. Thomas Kelly, vice chairman of the Planning Board, said he h o m the board will be able to vote: on the matter at Its next meeting. „;

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entered in the competition for teacher of the year for the state. Robinson, who teaches algebra and calculus, said that he felt honored to be chosen for the title. He has been a teacher in the school for the 24 years that it has been in operation. Robinson Is a graduate of Middleberg College in Vermont and recleved his master's degree in teaching from Harvard. He also has a second master's degree In mathematics from New York University.

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Storer sponsors MDA walkathon ATONTOWN — A flvemlle walkathon will be held today to benefit the icular Dystrophy Association, Storer Cable Monmouth County General Manager Jeremiah J. Masin said. The walk will be held from 9 a.m. to noon, beginning and ending at the Elberon residence of Assemblyman Anthony M. "Doc" Villane. Community members are welcomed to Join in the walk, Hasin said, and to pick up pledge sponsor sheets at Storer Cable's office at 408 S. St., or at the Haslet office located In Airport Plata. "Storer Communications has supported the Muscular Dystrophy Association for yean," Masin said. "The television division has contributed time

«ffct> ''can't reattach his leg. But w t *1 want to, and certainly can, helphim however possible." P*r< Rlnaldo said that he hat urge* Griffith's attorney to file an in-! > surance claim to "get a* musk' money as possible," and that he'1 and Roberto are trying to find work for Griffith, a master' carpenter. ' ••'> • Griffith has been unable to wor* '• since the accident. ' • *" In the meantime, said RinaktovRoberto has "had to live wltfi* this." He called Roberto a warm,'" compassionate human being who'1 was so distraught over the inci-! dent that he has sought the help of1•T a psychiatrist. "' Roberto, originally indicted on1' charges of aggravated assault and . reckless endangerment, has not used the boat since it was returned to him two weeks ago, Rinaldo said. • ta Following the verdict on Hay 7t'j when Roberto was acquitted of the more serious charges, Monmoutlt» County Prosecutor John A. Kaye1 said his office will continue to seek assault charges in boat collisions, that result in injuries. Rinaldo saitf the Coast Guard has fined Roberto, $1,200 for negligent operation of a boat, and that his mental anguish has further punished Roberto."11"'

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•-REEH0LD — An Eatonb t o w n man who was to be I sentenced yesterday after pleading guilty to beating to death his infant son Instead asked Superior Court Judge Benedict R. Nicosia to allow him to retract the plea. Jamie Harm Gilbert, 22, had been charged with murder and endangering the welfare of a child in the death of Anthony James Gilbert, five months. On Hay 13, however, In a plea agreement reached with the prosecution, Gilbert pleadedI guilty to aggravated manslaughter rather than face ughterra trial oni the mui murder charge. During the plea, Gilbert said he "lost It" and beat the child to death on Oct. 11,1986, after a day of drinking and smoking marijuana, when the baby's cries woke him up.

Gilbertson said of Griffith, whom he called "a beautiful person." Griffith, on crutches, attended the week-long trial last month and said he bears no malice toward Roberto. Gilbertson, however, sought to put Roberto in prison, in part, as a way to "make him (Roberto) think about it. "Let Roberto spend 90 days In Jail so that he can feel some of the restriction that George Griffith will feel for the rest of Ms life," Gilbertson said. But Roberto's attorney, Matthew T. Rinaldo of Union County, said a custodial sentence would "show a punitive side of the law that would knock the underpinnings out of our Justice system." He noted that the conviction is on a disorderly persons offense, rather than a criminal charge, and told Farren that he "had words that would fill volumes on this case." "We are totally sympathetic of Mr. Griffith," Rinaldo said. "I was almost moved to tears when he looked up at me during the trial, and said 'I know, Hr. Rinaldo, that it was an accident.' " He acknowledged that Roberto

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and staff to raise money as part of the Jerry Lewis 'Love Network' of stations carrying the National HDA Labor Day Telethon, and has made major contributions to the fight against neuromuseular disIn 1986, Storer Cable's Monmouth County system raised nearly $20,000 for the HDA. "This year," Hasin said, "our goal is $60,000, and we're planning several events to raise funds and educate the public."

CURB CREW — Jack Jacinto, Perth Amboy, works on a curb on Newman Springs Road in' Uncroft Thursday, where some of the streets are

in the process of being widened. Jacinto works for Berto Construction Co. of Perth Amboy. The job is to be completed in a few weeks.

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In addition to the walkathon, fund-raising plans include a mid-July swimathon and a softball roundrobln in August.

The following closings have been announced for the Garden State Parkway on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday: In Wall Township, between marker 98 and 100, one northbound lane will be closed from 9 a.m. to

4 p.m. and one southbound lane will be closed from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. In Sayrevllle and Middlesex, between marker 123 and 126, one northbound lane will be closed from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and between marker 125 and 123, one southbound lane will be closed from 7 p.m. to 6 a.m.

NEW YORK — A Marlboro Township contractor and political figure has been named in a sevencount federal indictment charging him with failing to report nearly 13 million In taxable personal income over a three-year peribtfc Stanley Mollica, a contractor with offices In Staten Island and Marlboro, and an employee pf his PM Contractors, were arrested June 17 and charged with conspiracy and filing false Income tax reports. Mollica lives in Marlboro and Is the husband of former Township Council woman Sally Mollica, and a former campaign manager for a Democratic ticket for council. According to the indictment, Mollica and Marie Cirillo, the employee, conspired from 1981 to 1983 to defraud the Internal Revenue Service by failing to pay more than I I million In taxes, said Assistant U.S. Attorney Douglas E. Grover. ' Graver said the indictment charges Mollica with undereporting his taxable personal income, thereby paying only •14,000 in taxes when he should have paid nearly 11.6 million.; " Molllca also was charged with failing to report revenue and Income from his business over the same period, according to the indictment.

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county municipalities. Municipalities would not be liable for defaulted loans of another municipality. The loans would be arranged through a bank, Meisner said. It has not been determined which bank would be involved.

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EAST KEANSBURG — Eleanor Ann Batdassare,' 62, died yesterGWYNEDD, Pa. (AP) — The day in Rlverview Medical Center, T2»MUt,J0«»T. Rev. V. Carney Hargroves, former Bed Bank. president of the Baptist World Born In Yonkers, N.Y., Mrs. Bald aw are lived there before Alliance, died at his suburban JohnT.Tzanakls moving to East Keansburg in 1973. Philaelphla home Wednesday at She had been a licensed prac- age 86. ELIZABETH — John T. 'Txanakis, 02, died Thursday In tical nurse for 38 years before her H a r g r o v e s , p a s t o r of retirement in 1983. She last Philadelphia's Mdnmouth Medical Center, Long Second Baptist worked at the Oakview Nursing Church Branch. of Germantown for nearly 1 Bom In Greece, Mr. Txanakis Home in Sayreville. years, was elected president in She was a member of the Mid- 40 •lived in North Arlington before 1964 of the American Baptist moving to Elizabeth 20 years ago. dletown Senior Citizens. Convention, leading the deShe was a communicant of St. • nomination and its 7,000 churches «* He had been a chef at the Paramount Diner in North Arling- Catherine's Roman Catholic and 1.76 million members. ' tori for 30 years before his retire- Church in East Keansburg, where she was a member the booster He led the Baptist World Alment in 1969. liance, which represents 23.3 He was a member of Aheta, club. million Baptists in 78 countries, Survivtnga are her husband, Eureka Chapter of Newark. He was a member of St. George's Joseph E. Baldassare; a son, from 1970 to 1976. Greek Orthodox Church in Asbury Joseph Bassadare Jr. of MonHargroves was a member of a mouth Junction; a brother, John Park. delegation of four ministers who Surviving are a son, Basile Battersby of Yonkers; and several visited the Soviet Union and other Tzanakis of Elizabeth; three sis- nieces and nephews. bloc countries in 1965, the The John F. Pfleger Funeral East ters, all living in Greece; three first Americans since World War II grandchildren; and five great- Home, Middletown, is in charge of to be granted such freedom. arrangements. grandchildren. Born near Norfolk, Va., he The Robert A. Braun Home for Dayton G.Biehl earned undergraduate and graduFunerals, Eatontown, is in charge ate degrees from Princeton Uniof arrangements. OCEANPORT — Dayton G. versity. He studied at the Biehl, 60, of Oceanport, died yes- Southern Baptist Theological Semterday at home. inary in Louisville, Ky., and ' > B A L D A S S A R E - EMnor Am. aga SZ or Born in Hillside, Mr. Biehl lived . • SaM Kaanabuia, NJ on Juna zr. 1SSS. Saftwad in Oceanport for the past 26 years. Princeton Theological Seminary. w»a or Joaaph a. Daman moihar or Joaaph He had been employed in the Jr. Oaar ahajr of John I M a r a t y . Funaral Hargroves preached in Baptist • ;6arvK» Monday . 1 9 45 A M From tha John F. examining department of the the churches in such far-flung places i Ffrgar FunanTHoma. 1 1 * T h H M . . MMdMNew Jersey Motor Vehicle Agency as Nagaland, In India, and in ' town, NJ. Maaa or OMaaan Buna) «*c ba .oifarad « St. CMharha-a HO Churoh. b a t for 30 years before his retirement Australia and Tasmania. He also KaantDwg at 10:30 A.M. Mammant Mr. Otmt in April. served a stint In China, teaching He was a U.S. Navy veteran of missionaries1 children 600 miles World War II. B I E H L - Dayun Q. • a * » of O c n p o c t on north of Shanghai. Juna 27, 1»W. Fun««l Mon. »/30 .1 BAM from Surviving are his wife, Dorothy M Ornnn nnno F Fm i H am ( Flannery He served as pastor of churches Biehl; a son, John Biehl * or Awno.'.. Long .oriiuin t u w SAM « n.c. at home; a daughter, Joanne Pat- in Princeton, and Richmond, Va., B u r * . WM End. M M I M a C nC»» ten of Shrewsbury; a brother, before coming to Philadelphia in l . «*y. Ooaanport Frtanda mm ort at d ottunarml George Diehle at Atlantic High- 1932. »Qin»onSuna«ya4t7-»WH lands; a sister, Josephine M4CCardolThw»(S Besides his wife, Narcissa, he is McCormick of Hillside; and one * 1 X ) I I 8 — Tha MnK> of tha M a OEOROE survived by three daughters and grandchild. • p r r s wouU ma «• aand urn h a a n M apsrafive grandchildren. « M o n •» as ihoaa who aMrad In our low lor The Damlano Funeral Home, Mm. Th»r* you tor your | Long Branch, in charge of armk you torkMtngmm tor t A memorial service will be held — I and moat or at nan Poda Fluty, rangements. July 11 at Second Baptist Church. IMiJVuVNf IMV. V.I*.

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RUMSON — In an effort to ease traffic congestion around Holy Cross Church, the Borough Council Thursday night voted to ban parking tomorrow on the east side of Ward Avenue north of Rumson Road. Parking will be prohibited from 6 a.m. to 1 p.m. for 766 feet north of the church, at 30 Ward Ave. The council scheduled s public hearing July 10 on the ordinance, which was in its first reading. Borough Administrator J. Gary Sammon said the ordinance will eliminate the need for temporary one-way traffic on Ward during services at the Catholic church. The council also approved the final reading of a revised ordinance imposing stricter fines on residents who allow their dogs to roam unleashed. Although the fine for a first offense remained at $10, levies on multiple infractions within a twoyear period will range from *20 to 1200, up from a range of $15 to $36. Owners with three or more violations will also have to appear in court. The council also renewed liquor licenses for the borough's nine restaurants and taverns,

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Suit seeks hospital unit closing GSP to hire guards to catch cheats SE (AP) — In Ian effort to catch toll f evaders, the date highway authority will begin a secret three-month plan using Pinkerton guards to catch cheats at toll barriers along the 176-mile long Garden State Parkway, officials said yester"I won't disclose how it will be done or when. To do so would Jeopardize the entire operation," said George Zilocchl, authority executive director. The guards will be used in an experiment at a cost of 1104,104, under a contract with Pinkerton's Inc. of Trenton approved by the highway authority's board of directors on Thursday. Two percent of the drivers of the 7 million cars passing through parkway toll booths last week failed to throw quarters Into the baskets, used

slugs or took honor-system envelopes and didn't mall In the money, officials said. Such toll evaders cost the authority $2 million a year, officials said. The experiment will determine if it's worth the cost of having guards catch cheats, Zllocchi said. The problems occur at the automatic toll machines, where some driven''drop in slugs, foreign coins or simply drive through and. Ignore the machines, he said. Even at large toll plazas that may have two collectors and four or five automatic machines, "the volume Is so great that the collectors that are there are too busy operating their own lane" to watch for cheats, Zllocchi said. He said that even assigning parkway employees specifically to watch for cheaters hasn't worked. 1

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TRENTON — The state public advocate's office filed suit yesterday to force the dosing of the Trenton Psychiatric Hospital Adolescent Unit, claiming staff members have failed to prevent teen-age patients from being brutalized and molested. Meanwhile, the Mercer County Prosecutor's Office was investigating the death of a 14year-old Paterson boy who apparently suffered a seizure in a bathtub whUe being left unattended by a unit worker. The agency filed the suit against former acting Human Services Commissioner Geoffrey Perselay and six other state officials. It claims the health and safety of the approximately 70 teen-agers at the hospital Is endangered, that

the unit la overcrowded and that staff members are not properly trained. "We have seen a pattern of patient-to-patient assault and self-inflicted injuries," Linda Bosentweig, director of the public advocate Division of Mental Health Advocacy, said In a telephone interview. The suit came a week after a study issued by the agency said that the adolescent unit should be closed because it mixes incompatible patients and because staff members had been forced to'control violent outbreaks with unneeded medication. The suit, filed yesterday afternoon in Mercer County Superior Court, said there have been a total of 25 cases of assault, serious injury, excessive use of restraints and attempted suicide at the unit in the past four months.

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He said he didn't think the ban on swimming in the ocean from Georgia to Indiana avenues hurt the tourism Industry, including five. Boardwalk casinos that face the affected area. i "When we closed the beach yesterday, there wire approximately 200 people there," Briscoe said. Rosalyn Llfkhin, a spokeswoman for Ciesars Atlantic City, said before the ban was lifted, "We haven't seen any negative Impact Iffom it." "In addition to (the beach), we have both an indoor and outdoor pool that many of our guests use," she said.:

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NAME'S GOTTA QO — A federal judge in Newark yesterday told Donald Trump he could not use the name "Palace" on his casino in Atlantic City.

Judge rules casino can't be a'palace' By MICHAEL FUEMAN Anociitad Press

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Assemblyman Jack Collins waits along with birthday balloons given him by fellow legislators on the floor of the lower house in Trenton Thursday as the House votes on the budget.

Ex-official fears for Atlantic City • TLANTIC CITY (AP) — f l Joel Jacobson, who reassigned recently from the Casino Control Commission, said he fears Atlantic City will become a free-wheeling "Las Vegas-East" and not the family-oriented resort envisioned when voters approved casino gambling 10 years ago; Jacobson, who wrote a column for yesterday'* editions of The Press of Atlantic City, said that the resort of less than 40,000 residents Is ill-equipped to handle the results of casino gambling: 13 billion In investment, 60,000 new Jobs and SO million visitors annually. "It's tills equation which worries me: big-powered, sophisticated financial and business experts on the one hand and a collection of smalltown government officials on the other," Jacobson wrote. The state must pay closer attention to what's happening to Atlantic City, he said.

She called conditions at* the MOT4PIW* "unspeakable and uncaMcionable" In* Human Services' spokeswoman Charlene Brown, Perselay — who stepped down this week to talcf* position with a group of d e velopers — said the departtfeat has worked hard to reserve problems at the unit. ., fl "1 have said tluawasasystesa) In crisis," he said. "These problems cannot be remedied overnight, jnor can we use a Band-Aid approach to resolve them." t

In the wake of the death at .Uje unit, Acting Commissioner Larry Lockhart directed Deputy Commissioner Richard Wilson , to launch an Internal investigation into the Incident, and to immedfcately increase supervisory staff at the unit .„•< Lockhart and Wilson both weqe. named in the suit. -.,7

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Beach reopened after contamination ATLANTIC CITY (AP) — ffl An eight-block stretch of aTfbeach here was reopened to bathers yesterday after a 24-hour shutdown when test results showed diminished levels of. bacteria in the ocean water. City officials said they suspect several sources of contaminating the water with fecal coliform, a bacteria found In the Intestines of warmblooded animals. Leachate from trash in a compactor at the end of a pier, a city storm sewer, or small leaks detected in a sanitary sewer system may have caused all or part of the problem, said city Business Administrator

Some patients have tried to hang themselves with electric cords, ties, shoe strings and sheets, the suit alleged. The suit also said that one boy was sexually molested by nine others while the attention of two staff members was diverted. "There la a general agreement that the Adolescent Unit is In a state of crisis," Public Advocate Alfred Slocum said In a news release. Rosenzwelg said the investigation began last year, when the public advocate's office looked into reports of overcrowding at the unit Investigators then observed or teamed of the abuses alleged in the suit, she said. Rosenzweig said problems at the unit have persisted, despite efforts by her office to work with the Human Services Department to resolve them.

NEWARK — A federal Judge ruled yesterday that developer Donald Trump s casino on Atlantic City's Boardwalk may not be renamed Trump's Palace because gamblers would confuse the hall with, Caesars Palace In Las Vegas, Nev. U.S. District Judge Dickinson R. Debevolse said that If the Trump Casino Hotel'were renamed using the word "palace," gamblers, would also confuse it with the Caesars Atlantic City casino, which is owned by Caesars Palace's parent company. Nicholas Ribbls, ah attorney for Trump, said the New York City developer, who did not attend the proceeding, will de-

cide whether to appeal after the Judge Issues a transcript of the decision. In the meantime, Ribbis said, the casino will take down a sign over its Boardwalk entrance reading "Trump's Palace" In 3 foot-hlgh letters, as well as another partially completed sign hanging over the Pacific Avenue entrance. The new name would have been the casino's fourth since It opened in 10S4. Trump, developer of the Trump Tower in New York City, which houses apartments, stores and offices, also owns the Trump's Castle casino in Atlantic City's marina section. Trump did not comment on the ruling, which came on a suit filed by Trump against Caesars and a countersuit subsequently filed by Caesars,

Jacobson noted that, former i Gov. Brendan Byrne remarked a few months ago that he erred In not setting up a regional authority to govern the city. "Take the question of 24- ; hour gambling which Is now being debated in the Legislature," Jocobson wrote, "It's a prime example of the industry's desire to wring every last •y AHW MtMATH penny out of the gambler verAssociated Prats sus the city'* future. "If this bill passes, it will be CAPE MAY — The only thing tackier than the first step toward turning doing it once Is doing it twice. Atlantic City Into Las VegasSo a committee of six In this Victorian-style East," the former comoceanfront resort has collected flamingomissioner wrote, referring to • shaped sandals, a beer bottle in a knitted the Nevada city when there snood and an Elvis Presley table lamp In their are slot machines In the airport second salute to tastelessness — Ye Olde Cape and legalized sports betting. , May Spec-tack-ular. Jacobson, 67, resigned from "This year we're bigger and worse," said Jothe commission last week. His ' Anne Echevarria Myers, an artist, Inn keeper five-year term was to expire In, I and member of the committee planning SaturAugust i day's event. A federal Judge has SJK : 1 Ms. Myers and other residents who orpointed him to serve as trustee ganized the first display last year said for a scandal-ridden TeamI enthusiastic callers, tetters and donations to sters local. j their "Tack Museum" demanded a reprise. ' "People got so happy. They laughed so 1 hard," said committee member Jeanne Seetoo. ' "Clearly, it was the only thing of its kind

CAMDEN — New Jersey hospitals are pushing for creation of a statewide pool to pay the bills of indigent patients, who In 1986 left more than 1270 million In unpaid bills that were covered by insurers, the government and hospital charity funds, executives said yesterday. At news conferences in Paterson and Camden, administrators of inner-city hospitals spoke of the growing inequity between their institutions and others In more affluent, suburban communities, where the problem of medical care for the indigent Is less severe. Some urban hospitals spend as much as 26 percent of operating expenses for indigent care, and the specter of federal cutbacks combined with rising numbers of indigent care cases threatens their existence, said Louis P. Sclbetta, president of the New Jersey Hospital Association, a hospital lobby group. But the problem is statewide and not limited to the inner city, said Paul Cooper, chief executive officer of Bridgeton Hospital. Cooper said his institution in rural Cumberland County, which has one of the state's highest unemployment rates, was recently rated fifth on a list of 26 New Jersey hospitals comparing uncompensated care costs — right between two hospitals in Newark. "It Isn't inner city vs. suburban

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or rural," he said. *3 The hospital association and the state Health Department ;are pushing a Senate bill, which Remains in committee, that would create a pool "to collect and fairly distribute funds to pay for uncompensated care." Under the proposal, all hospitals would pay a flat-rate amount monthly into the fund and lie reimbursed for actual u o compensated care costs. Those costs are paid by insurance companies, hospital charity funds, Medicare and Medicald, and citation or the trust fund would.imt increase hospital revenues, Sdbetta said. ..> New Jersey has been distributing Medicare funds since 1978 under a special waiver that the state received from the federal government during a cost containment program, he explained. Th)e state considers indigent care as » cost reimbursable to hospitals, he said. Because federal funding for health care Is decreasing, New Jersey Is expected next year tp switch to the national rate reinvburaement schedule, which doesn't consider charity care as a hospital cost, Scibetta said. If that shift occurs, millions c f dollars now used to reimburse hospitals for Indigent care would be shifted elsewhere, Increasing the financial burden on hospital 1 that are already penalized by geographic location or the econr omlc status of their patient}. Scibetta said.

Special election set to fill Assembly seat TRENTON (AP) — A special election has been set for Aug. 26 to fill the 23rd District state Assembly seat vacated by longtime legislator Karl Weldel, who resigned recently to take a Job with the state Insurance Department. The district is one of the largest in the state, sprawling across 660 square miles in parts of Mercer, Hunterdon, Morris, Sussex and Warren counties. The 23rd District is considered a "safe" GOP stronghold, with most of its municipalities controlled by the Republicans. At party mini-conventions earlier this week, Morris County Republican Committee Chairman Richard Kamln was nominated as

the GOP candidate while Theodore Savage was chosen by the Demojcrats as their nominee. Kamln, a 41-year-old Mount Olive resident and councilman, was chosen Monday over Donna Frangakis of Clinton Township and George Muller of Raritaa Township. He said getting out the vote be difficult because the election is being held so soon also around the time many take vacations. ; Kamln said he probably will rely heavily on direct mail to make contact with voters, and laxfe gatherings where he can reach many people at one time.

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Committee readies 'tasteless' celebration * 'This year we're bigger and worse, tt Jo-Ann* Echwvarrta Myars that's ever been done and that's why we're' doing it again," said Ms. Myers. Over the past year, the organizers searched for treasures at yard sales and received many donations, most of them anonymous. They've even added a new Chiquita wing, featuring stuffed, studded, inflatable and plastic The museum's archivists are particularly pleased to have a pair of pink plastic flamingo lawn ornaments autographed by Don Featherstone, the man credited with «—'fl"'»^ what has become a, symbol of questionable taste. Ms. Myers said she contacted Featherstone after

reading a magaatnw article about him and I company! Union Products Inc., of U The festival will open when commute 1 member Peter Boef holds a torch to a wick ato 1 • Ufa stead, wax tirr***"" of the late acto Clark Gable's head. Boef also has put together a menu for th festival featuring "jelly swirls" made of whit > bread and grape Jelly, marahmaUowe on th 1 half shell, and a flume that delivers hot dog 1 Into vats of ketchup or mustard. Last year's tacky lamp contest has bee 1 replaced by a 'Tacky Open," with visltet 1 urged to bring the tackiest thing they csn fine The winner will get the "Tackacadem Award," a shell-encrusted bowling pin. "Now yon Just cant get that anywhere. YOB have to win It," said Ms. Myers. Music will be provided by "a fleet df accordion players." "They said they have practiced and their will probably play more than 'Lady of Spala>

OUTDOOR ARCHITECTURE DESIGNED BY ANTHONY CREATIONS Owned and Operated by Bruce Anthony Many nne homes within a wide radius of this area have had their redwood or cedar deck work done by nOMS located at 115 Wattr Street In Tlnton Falls, phone 5444367. They r ^ gained a reputabon second to nons and afdecoraUve carpentry. ford their commercial and residential clients the very best in and railroad tie construction. They specialise In redwood and cedar decks, brick watt ^ isacraftsman of unusual skul and abutty. OnBruce Antrnny hits a background of 14 years experience In to truly perfect - .' ly the best of materials are used on all Jobs contracted, and the work.— seefor Regardfessof whether you are remodeling or bulldlnganew structure, this Is the firmtosee forall sllgeneral generaland e c a r r ^ u T ^ w m n n d t i S n Just - c o u r t e d o n . .mill Job a s o n a l u ^ we.'They do thesame expert workandwUI stand behind their fully insured and licensed workmen to assure your satisfaction. The compilers of this 19861— to our readers.

TREE HAVEN APARTMENT i,n&m COMPL1

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. ft Commercial" >. "Quality has been land operated perated business, Ilocated at 428 Broad Street in Shrewbury. phone 741-1762. Dedlcalon to quality isn't Just a slogan here. It's a tradition. Uippas leas expensive to purchase new furniture than to reupholater the once beautiful piece they already had. That simply ;Js;«ot true! i e jyyou do want new furniture, however, M.Bn.BtRBTEIN. INC.. features some of the most beautiful and unusual custom made sofas, chairs, tables, headboards and bed ensembles In New Jersey. They also want youtorealizethat hiring a professional designer need not cost outrageous sums: Intact it will save you fltoney by preventing cosily errors. Let their two full time designers help you create uniquely designed rooms, including the namlture. carpet, walls and all window treatments. %u may choose front some of the moat elegant and unusual fabrics .available. '. < The extensive inventory, as well as the warm personal service make them your "One Stop" residential and commercial .decorating headquarters. As business people who appreciate an ethical honest firm, the editors of this 1986 BUSINESS PROFILES REVIEW give our highest commendation to M. SILBERSTETN. INCORPORATED.

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* "One of the Largest Antique Conglomerates In the Iri-State Area." ... THE ANTIBUES CENTER offers an exquisite assortment of quality pieces of history. Their showrooms feature over 100 dealers offering Items from many periods and their prices are very competitive. Drop In and browse, you'll enjoy every momentl , Building I Is situated at 195B West Front Street phone 741-9331. Building II located at 195 West Front Street phone M2i3393. Buldlng III located at 226 West Front Street phone 842-4336. Building IV located at 197 Shrewsbury Ave Is under innovations and will be reopening sometime this summer. All or these dealers are proudtodisplay many sought-after pieces frorn country to formal. There Is practically no end to the Interesting merchandise you will find here. THE ANTIQUES CENTER Is also a favorite shopping place for many Important personalities Including Kathryn Hepburn. Geoffry Holder (the un-cola man) Willy Randall (NY. Yankees) Bruce Springsteln. June Carter Cash, Steve and Edl •Qprme. Ell Wallach. Anne Jackson and Anthony Newley. They also supply the props for marry theater shows and movies Incjudlng Big River. Place in the Heart, The Natural. Singing In The Rain, Brighton Beach Memoirs, and therevivalof Carousel. The editors of this 1896 BUSINESS PROFILES REVIEW urge all antique buffs to contact one of the over 100 dealers for quality merchanlse and always at reasonable prices! ______ via " T H E ANTIQUES CENTER ** Hfl ?ii has been highly recommended by June Hcmburg Consumer Advocate on the radio •l) 1 • "Open dally 11 a.m. - 5 pm. Sun. 12 noon • 8 pm." Hill '

LITTLE SILVER MIKE'S

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" ' %>u'll be delighted with the huge variety of baby furniture that meets your eye when you stop in at LITTLE MIKE'S, located In Little Silver at 1 Sycamore Avenue (opposite the Railroad Station), phone 741-2428. %u'U be delighted because when you lookforbaby furniture thst'sjustrightforyour special little one. you know you're going to find ft at UTTLE SILVER MIKE'S. You'll find just the right design available In many styles and colors to create a nursery that's as exciting as well as functional. LITTLE SILVER MIKE'S features a complete line of quality car seats, high chairs, carriages, strollers, walkers, cribs (both Imported and domestic), and plav pens along with distinctive accessories, and unique guts. Of the many toys In stock at LITTLE SILVER m n you'll enjoy the selection oT Madame Alexander Dolls. Brio Wooden Trains, and Stelff, and Ound jSurmMUMXWM MIKE'S offers furnitureforvery young baMea. as well as furniture that converts'" to y°"th beds. lT«bur baby's nursery should be the happiest place In the worldforyour baby. When you shop at UTTLE SILVER MIK*-* vfgv can make your baby's new home Just that! f f t e y have proven their ability through a good understanding of their dienlel and business, as well as their reputsbon *!•providing the right products at the right prices with budget terms available and all of this always with courteous and

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MONTECALVO TRUCKING Serving Monmouth and Middlesex Counties for Over 10 l e a n

'.li'jto Job Is too large or too small for MONTECALVO TRUCKING located In Keyport at 77 Stale Highway 35 phone 73M778 or 870-6894. At MONTECALVO TRUCKING rates are reasonable and all work Is done by experience, trained personnel. ,,. MONTECALVO TRUCKING specializes In general contractingforeither commercial or residential fields. They arc wellknown for their ethical business standards and first rate construction work. ,.. MONTECALVO TRUCKING has all the equipment necessaryforbackhoelng, land leveling and all types or excavating work. They also do site planning area and land clearing, heavy hauling and snow plow Ing and utility work Including sanitary ..and storm sewers. They also specialize In demolition and removing materials and debris from properties where houses or commercial buildings exist The men employed here are equipped with the knowledge and modern machinery to accomplish these Jobs In the shortest time possible and still guarantee satisfaction. As has been experienced by others who have contracted with this firm, you can be certain that they will handle the Job with top quality, and can be trusted to complete the Job In the specified time. The editors of the 1896 BUSINESS PROFILES REVIEW recommend MONTECALVO TRUCKINGforthe position they bold In the community. All you need to to Is phone them and they will gladly come over and give you an estimate. ,, MONTECALVO TRUCKING also rents machines and dumptrucks. ., ( ,l.,' "Fully insured and bonded" ,

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We wishtocompliment the management of NATLOR'S AUTO PARTSforoffering the people of Monmouth County quality "ttuto parts and accessorlcsat reasonable prices. They offer a full line of exhaust systems, shock absorbes. and car care kits. They also stock a complete line of parts including engine parts, tune-up kits, gaskets, water and fuel pumps and much more. ''*ryou want parts or accessories you can depend on. be sure to visit NATLORH AUTO PARTS. " A l l their products are backed with friendly courteous service. Employees at NATLOR'SAUTO PARTS are knowledgeable and ready to help in any way possible. '" Let them assist you with those hard to find parts. Through the New Jersey NAPA warehouse they can access hard to find parts usually within 24 hours. 1J "*> Remember the name. NATLOR'S AUTO PARTS when In need of anything In the foreign. American, new and rebuilt parts. truck parts or accessories. They also feature a complete machine shop service. The Atlantic Highlands store specializes In Marine parts. 1b better serve you, NATLOR'S AUTO PARTS has four locations with the following hours. In Mlddletown on 1031 Slate Highway No. 35. phone 671-6191. the hours are from 8-5:30. M-F and Sat 8-3. In Atlantic Highlands on 137 1st Avenue. phone 291-1414. from 8-5:30 M-F. Sat. from 8-3 and on Sunday from 9-1. In West Keansburg at 551 Palmer Avenue1; phone 787-4732. open M-F from 8-7 and Sat. 8-3. In Shrewsbury at 459 Shrewsbury, phone 741-7980 bom 8-5:30. M-F and S 3 on Sat. '« 'For personalized service and quality parts, in writing this 1986 BUSINESS PROFILES REVIEW, we gtveour highest recommendation to NATLOR'S AUTO PARTS, a reliable firm that has served the area wellforover 32 yearsl ilat.»

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MAYO CLINK

Auto Repairs - Complete Radiator Service - Towing

Complete scientific service, specializing in foreign as well as domestic repairsforcars and trucks by certified mechanics Avenue, phone 842-9737.

ir^s offered by the MAYO CLINIK. They are conveniently located In Little Silver at 15 Fulrvlew l( .„ Providing state certified mechanics at all times, they are also a full inspection station.

,, ft is always their policy to give maximum service at the best possible price. This Is proved, of course, by truer fine reputa,)|on. The nnest experts among woiiunen give yourautomobUe what atuetlon It inay need from the smaUest repair toaoomI;ple,t£ overhaul Ing orrebuildingJob. From tunc-upstotransmission and towing services they'll handle It all. Full service radUtor repairs Include recoring and conditioning. Every car needs some adjustments at some time or other. Be a wise consumer i an,d keep your auto In first class running condition by contacting MAYO CLINIK. For guaranteed satisfaction, you're sure to tell your friends about the-writera of this 1986 BUSINESS PROFILES REVIEW. are pleased to recommend MAYO CLINIK. Let them keep you in tunel

FIDELITY CAR STEREO "Serving the Entire Area Since 1970" H M Are you tired of the poor reception and the poor quality of the sound from your car's radio? You could turn your car Into ,.*. veritable concert hall with a new auto stereo system from FIDELITY CAR STEREO located at 2555 US Highway 9 In Howell phone 364-1615. In the Red Bank area phone 530-3560. J C J They're sales and service dealersformost major manufacturers of high-end quality auto systems. They also have a wide variety of antennaes, radar detectors and much morel IUl . At FIDELITY CAR STEREO you'll find an extensive selection of speaker systems. Stop In today and hear the difference yourself. They'll help you to choose the right system for your needs. ,,., Once you've made your selection FIDELITY CAR STEREO will expertly Install your system so that you can drive away .yjnjoylng musicreproducedas beautifully as In your own home. They can also install a custom alarm systemforyour security and peace of mind. ,1 vlt may not be often that you will be In need of the services rendered by them but they will remember you once you do - j i i l n e s s with them. You will always be welcome to ask their assistance or advice about anything with which they may help We. the editors of this 1986 BUSINESS PROFILES REVIEW, recommend FIDELITY CAM STEREO to all our readers. Stop In today. We know you'll be glad you dldl

FRONTIER TREE COMPANY "We Specialize In The Case fad Preservation of Trees"

i threat to the structure of your home or AdvtagordeadtMcajica»isecoiisldenmledamagec*^ltoearatathi«t^ bulMlnjmtheeventofaataimJXmtletthlastttiarionthr^ of the specialities of FRONTIER TREE COMPANY, owndd and operated by Kevin Slavln, with over 7 years of experience. P

^ b r s ^ d T J f t i « care are rradeavaltable from F W W T J B I I T I I M B in* topping, bracing, and vista pruning, as well as land clearing and stump removal. These^uaWdtreesui««UiucandovlrtuaUyairyJobyou«e«LbeltTO^ Free, no obligation estimates are given and this rail? Insured torn niakes Its tree experuavallabteaiijrwhewlnjhe lionmouth County area. Complete equipment for every Job is carried on promptly dispatched trucks, and a 60 foot bucket truck Is available when necessary. Don't put yourself out on a limb. Compare the prices. Compare the services. Let the professionals at COMPANY do the Job. > . This 1986 BUSINESS PROFILES REVIEW and its editors recommend this firm for prompt reliable tree care.

THE KITCHEN GALLERY, INCORPORATED Kitchen - Bath -Den Specialists

For a kitchen that's a showplsce of beauty, as well a convenience contact the professionals at INC.. located at 24 Mechanic Street In Red Dank. c 747-8880. Dally showroom hours are Monday -Friday from 9 • to B p.m.. and Saturday from 9t30 a.m. to 4 pm. Their large arfetUon of qtiaBty name btmnd products slid wood grains from whtehtoclwo^asw ire yracfge^ and application you need to beautify your kitchen or bathroom at an affordable price. They will cutomlzc and design dens; bars, along with wall system units and vanity tops, • Lrt THE KITCHEN OALLKRY do the Job completely and properly as they wlU take care of everything. Including cabinetry specialiststoinstall and QnUh the Job. At THE KITCHEN OALLUTT they can do a comrjletely personalized Job with rnatetlakt that will best suit your needs and budget. Youcan Be confident that your kitchen, or bathroom will have that finished look. Their service will also Increase your property value) . ' Don't hesitate any longer! Call THE KITCHEN OALLERT. INC.. und discover how little It costs to have your kitchen or room designed and built properly. They arcamember of The NATIONAL KITCHEN AND BATH ASSOCIATION. They'll assist you In making your kitchen the most attractive, comfortable and convenient roorrt In your home, feu will discover why Ihelr great selection and professional business-like manner has won them the approval of many contractors and home owners In the area. ' .'" • > As writers of this io»w HI wwnnreft oanm BW PIU/MM; . » ~hnif+~.*^ty r~*™~~< f » f P VHtH itnlftttW. l i f t . tnrvrryone Interested in a beautiful kitchen, phone 747-8880. . ,

COAST BATH RESURFACING "Redecorate Without Major Renovations" "Your Authorized Perma-Ceram Dealer"

Have you been considering remodeling your bathroom but didn't want the expense that goes with It? WeU, now you can have that beautiful custom look without the expense, the meal, or the time consuming methods of ordinary bathroom remodeling. The people at COAST BATH RESURFACING have been providing high quality resurfacing andreglazlngIn the Monmouth County area for many years. Ynu'U be delighted with the wide selection of colors availableforyou to choose from. Redecorating will be a dream when your tub. sink, and tile have been resurfaced by the quality craftsmen at COAST HATH RESURFACING. They also offer expert chip repair. , With the money you save by not needing all new futures, you can buy all the accessories needed to give your bathroom the beautiful, custom look you've been wanting. If you are not familiar with the art of reglazlngand resurfacing, call COAST ATH REMODELING at 920-9251 and they will be glad to Answer all your questions. In addition to personal recommendations, COAST BATH RESURFACING Is the exclusive gglazer specialists forone of p the largest and oldest retail stores In the world and they hey arc members of the BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU COAST BATH RESURFACING always Insists upon perfection, having a strong desire to havlngastrong to please each customer. Their 6ur and honest business practices and commitment to quality uality Service have helped to to build their One reputation. For high quality workmanship, free estimates, great coloraelectlon l l l and d economy, youjust can't beat the services provided by COAST BATH RESURFACING. So start planning your new bathroom today by calling 920-9251.

GLEN'S CARPET CLEANING "Locally Owned & Operated by Glen Creole"

In the last few yyears carpetingg in the home and office have come to be more of a rule than an exception. This Is due to p h many new fibers fib that hat have have been been developed d l d that t h t make k carpeting ti so muchh more practical, i l yett these h d fib the new wonder fibers when it comes to professional cleaning. need the knowledge off experts when g o u t this area th p p have come to trust Is GLEN'S CARPET CLEANING, located at 37 DrumThe name throughout that people mondd Avenue In A I Red R d Bank, B k phone 741-9310. 7419310 Having been established since 1960, with over 25 years In the business, they are well known for their fast efficient and economical methods ofcarpet care as well as upholstery cleaning. " py g At GLEN'S CARPET CLEANING they the specialize l In I Janitorial J i t o r i l andfloorwaxing services. If you've gotafloor that needs professional waxing call the experts at at GLEN'S GLENS CARPET CARPET CLEANING, CLEANING, phone phone 741-9310. 741-9310. Through their years or experience in this field they have learned the proper soaps and cleaning solventsforeach type or material. You can be assured that this firm la one company that will do exactly what they say they will. The editors of this 1986 BUSINESS PROFILES RE VIEW suggest to anyone who has need of an expert carpet cleaner, that they contact GLEN'CARPET CLEANING for a very professional Job.

HOUSE OF CHONG Fins Chinese Dining & Cocktails When the people of this area sit back and relaxta comfortable friendly surroundings to enjoy a mouth-waterlnc. taste tempting Chinese dinner, they are most probably sitting In the pleasant surroundings or HOUSE OF CHONO. with two convenient locationsforover 9 years in Mlddletown at 1060 US Highway 35 In The Village Mall, phone 671-2223 and in Bricktown with over 17 years or service, they are located at 506 Brick Boulevard, phone477-7922. This well-known Chinese restaurant Is famous In this areafortheir cocktails (that are tropical In nature and generous In proporion). ^ l h ^ y y m y y o u d « l r e w l t The owner. pl er. Linda Chong. offers the people of the area fine food, served among friendly people In a pleasant atmosphere, They specialize alize In Cantonese. Saeehuan. and Myn—lsn eulalm'- Imping ahmit ihrf ihrfr i^toHng toHg ^ ttmumft « H H H J . e many returning have made There are i groups off people l who h h d the h HOUSE OF CHONO their place to dine ruulariv The editors rs of this t 1966 BUSINESS PROFILES REVIEW would like to take this opportunity to recommend HOUSE OP readers Sto th location l t i nearest e t you ttoday. d CHONO to all all our readers. Stop IIn att the

PIP PRINTING "Pip Can Do It"

PWFWWINOprovideswhUe-U-waltprlntingservlcesforbusln^ inEatontown. Route 35 (Broad Street) In the Executive Center at 1 Main Street Suite 101. phone 644-8610. There are many paper grades, colors, and type styles from whichtochoose. Printing at a price to compliment your budfiet la what you receive along with their quality and accurate service. When you need brochures, invoices, business cards or ats.Honfry.PlP can do Ul Photocopy service is providedforthose extracopies vounf«-«1ainngwWh»^i f rg^ nTrit>nt | ITfnlP Comeln and see Jack or DaveforaU your printing needs large or small. Daily hours are Monday- Friday irom9ajn. • 5:30 p.m. and Saturday from 9 a.m.- 12 p.m. ^ / The editors of this 198B BUSINESS PROFILES REVIEW are pleased to endorse and recommend PIP PRTNTIWQ, phone 544-0610forcomplete low cost services. ' J, _ I '

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Lawyer acquitted of providingriotgun AN RAFAEL, Calif. (AP) — A lawyer who spent IS irears as a fugitive was acquitted yesterday by a Jury that refused to believe he Provided the gun that Ignited a 1971 San Quentln prison riot in which six people died. A gasp burst from his supporters as Stephen Blngham WU acquitted of two counts of murder and one of conspiracy by a Harln County Superior

Court jury. The former fugitive had been accused of slipping a 0mm pistol to militant Inmate George Jackson during an attorney-client visit on Aug. 21, 1971. The prosecution said Jackson hid the gun and two ammunition clips under an Afro wig, then used it later that day to force guards to release about two doaen other inmates.

By ROUND DE UfiNV Associated Press tHfeV HAGUE, Netherlands — The World Court j yesterday branded U.S. support fat the Contra* a violation of international law. asked Washington to halt all antl-Sandinista military •<> tivitles, and said America must pay reparations to Nicaragua. The United States boycotted most of the proceedings, which began 26 months ago. That gave Nicaragua a clear field to charge the United States waa a "terrorist state" that wa* killing Nlcaraguan cittaens In an attempt to destroy the government anil economy. State Department spokesman Charles Redman said In Washington that the World Court decision "demonstrate* what we have

stated all along: the court is almply not equippedtodeal with a case of this nature." The World Court, the judicial arm of the United Nations, has no enforcement powers. It depends on voluntary compliance with its ruling* by state* coming before it. Court President Nagendra 8lngh of India told a packed courtroom In the Peace Palace that "the court has found that the arming and training of the Contra* Is a violation of the prohibition of the use of force (In the U.N. Charter)." He added, two days after the U.S. House approved $100 million in Contra aid, that "the financing of the Contra* undoubtedly constitutes Intervention" by the United States In Nicaragua's domestic affairs. - ' "The United State* of America Is under a duty Immediately to

and to refrain from all such acts," said the verdict read by the The court deferred a ruling on Managua's petition for 1376 million In damages from the United Statestogive the two countries a chancetonegotiate a settlement themselves. However, the court said it would step In if no accord "The United States of America is under an obligation to make reparation to the Republic of Nicaragua for all Injury caused to Nicaragua," said the ruling. No official U.S. representative attended. Most of the findings came on a 12-3 vote, with U.S. Judge Stephen M. Schwebel, British Judge Sir Robert Jennings and Japanese Judge Shigeru Oda dissenting. Before Nicaragua filed its com-

plaint, Washington said it not abide by any court allng, rtthCe ntral America J period of two years, to avoid the court's use in a "propaganda camP

The World Court overruled"U.S. claims that It had no Jurisdiction In the case and that the Sandinistas were not eligible to bring the dispute before the 16-Judge panel. It also ruled against the U.S. contention that backing or-the Contra* was a case of self-dtffense, the first time the court had considered the issue of national self-defense. Nora Astorga, Nicaragua's asbbaasador to the United Nations, said in New York that Nicaragua has asked for a Security Council meeting to implement the Would Court ruling. >.N

Airlines ruled not biased against disabled By JANKS H. RUBIN Associated Ptess WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court ruled yesterday that airlines may not be penalised under a key federal'law when they discriminate against disabled air travelers. By a 6-3 vote, the Justice* said the airlines are exempt from a 1973 taw authorising a c utof f of federal aidtothose who discriminate against the handicapped. Handlcapped-r igh ts groups said discrimination is not widespread among airlines but that the absence of strict federal enforcement powers makes the situation unpredictable. For example, they said, some airlines require the disabled to give advance notice when

they travel and require some handicapped individuals to travel with attendants. In other decisions, the court: — Ruled by a 6-4 vote that those sued for violating someone's civil rights may be forced to give the victims' lawyers even more money than the victims receive. The ruling upheld a $246,000 lawyer fee award In a Riverside, Calif., case In which the victims collected only $33,860. — Sent back to an Ohio civil rights agency for further proceedings the case of a pregnant woman fired as a church school teacher because school officials wanted to keep her home with her baby. — Allowed, by a 6-3 vote In a case from Texas, government food stamp officials to treat as a "single household" close relatives

•• "Senring The Local Community For Over 14 Years" IBORECOMMUNTTT HOSPITAL Is located at 727 North Beers Street In Holmdel. phone 739-5900 In case J Is becoming more Important each day to the peopleof this vicinity. Every year the BAYBHORBC •OftPftAL reaches out to aervtce an ever widening area. They stand Ukeasentlneltlnthecommunlty, to guard the health and welfare of all the cttnens. young and old alike. Every effort I* made hentoprovide the beat pOMible care and attention. They offer the best m medical and sunncal skills which can be obtained at a moment's notice. At the BAYSHORE COMMUNITY HOSPITAL they ate continually nuking changes In order to keep up with the rapid developments In the medical science field, striving to better meet the ever Increasing demandfartheir service*. When It Isnecessary to be under the care of a physician with attending nurses, think of this respected hospital. They combine a good atmosphereforrecoveiy.roomsthat are wdl lighted and cheerful, and with aU the krHmledge and skill of the medics! profession. . • We. the editors or this 1986 BUSINESS PROFILES REVIEW feel this review would not be complete without prominent mention of the BAYSHORE COMMUNITY HOSPITAL. They are equipped to give some of the best care obtainable and their entire staff I* devoted to this task. • "SOCIALSERVICES 7 3 0 - B 9 0 4 * " •••EMERGENCY 739-BB24*"

EDWARD a BOM D.D.S. ORTHODONTIST "A Trusted Name Since 1972" Orthodontics means more than a beautiful smile: it means a healthy smile,too.DR. EDWARD & BOOTS dental specialty, also known as dentofaclal orthopedics. Is concerned with correctly positioning teeth. Jaw bones and joints, and chewing muscles in people of all ages. > K K g p y | g J O r t l d l b r tp) l y Treatment at this point can Intercept a variety of problems by correcting the bite while * number of baby teeth are still in the mouth. DR. BOW makes use of palatal expander*, headgear, habit correctors and functional appliancesforthese early stages of treatment. In older children and teenagers, braces and removable appliances are introduced to guide and hold permanent teeth In position until they are stabHurd Ba^aWIMalaoperlonnaextracUomlncaaeaofovwaowllngorwhen removal of certain molars Is necessary to prevent T.MJ. problems later. ADULTS seeking healthier gums, freedom from jaw pain or simply a more attractive face and smile will find a variety of newremovableand "Invisible" braces, as well as retainers, headgear, and splints to lit virtually any Ufestyle. ..' . . Wctheedltoraofthls 1986 BUSINESS PROFILES REVIEW,recommendyou caUDK.EDwAltbS.BOIM today at 842-7177 and let hi* trained and caring staff explain more about the many new developments In the field of ORTHODONTICS. With years of specialized training and experience, he and his stafTare able to work with you to achieve not only greatly Improved dental health and comfort, but your best possible appearance, as well.

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living together even If they buy food'and prepare meals separately. In the handicapped-rights case, the court said airlines are not subject to a cutoff In federal aid because they do not receive the money directly. ,t Handicapped-rights groups argued thealflines benefit from federal money spent on airports and operating the air traffic control system.

IN PURSUIT OF HEALTH AND BEAUTY..... MARK H. BERLEY D.M.D. From dally aerobics to plastic surgery, we go to great lengths to Improve our appearance. We buy hair and skin product*, watch our weight and select our clothes to make ourselves look good. But at the conclusion of our efforts, our self-satisfied smllein the mirror may teU us we've neglected something!! ' An attractive smile Is an Important part of our overall appearance, and a healthy smile Is an Important part of our overall health. According to Marc H. Berley. D.M.D. alumnus of Univ. of Pennsylvanya. School of Dental Medicine, problems with teeth or gums can be easily corrected to more accuratly reflect the good care you take of yourself, especially If you catch any problems early. "If you haven't seen a dentist recently, you should. Early care can make a big dlifcrenct-a small cavity can be taken care of at minimal cost and effort, which later might neasltate more Involved treatment." Dr. Berley acknowledges that a big reason people don't go to the dentist as often as they ought to is because visits to the dentist have been notoriously unpleasant experiences which people feared. "With new techniques there's little cause for these apprehensions". Dr. Berley states. His practise Is designedforthe dental wary, and involves patient education and discussion prior to any procedure.'A warm communitlve approach can make a big difference. Your self-care efforts and a regular check-up can avoid potential problems you may not be aware of. _ * _ Itseerna however, that patients are often coming In for problems they areaware of. If Dr. Uerleys office Is any Indication. An e*perttocmtaetfc d^datry he sew many patkmlaforcosing and sizes of teeth. "Imperfections that might make you feel self-conclous about your smile, can be corrected easily and painlessly, often In one visit." Dr. Berley's office Is located at 390 Norwood Avenue, Deal. New Jersey. Evening and Sunday hour* are available with 34 hour emergency coverage Call 531-8020foran appointment or further Information.

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On The Importance Of A Law Finn The law firm you choose to represent you Impacts the life of your business, or you Individually. Accordingly, the selection of a reputable firm warrants the most careful consideration. OKHtDANO. HALLERAN andCIESLAlsafuU service law firm which has offered legal services for nearly three decades to Individuals as well as to commercial. Industrial, corporate and real estate clients In New Jersey. The firm has grown to be one of the largest in lire Central New Jersey area, tuning twenty-eight lawyers and a competent support etaffofmore , than fifty. Their eitperlence encompasses matteraofQiqxiraUon.Rutnerahlp^ Business and Securities, Law. Construction, fersonal m J S ^ ^ ^ » l S f i 0 £ ' R^^,^EnvironmentalUwand Regutauon. Wills. Estate* andTrustaTteattomey. , at OJORnANO. HALLERAN and CBSLA have significant experience and we believe exhibit the knowledge, professional expertise and sensitivity to represent you effectively and discreetly. TT^ We, the editors of this 1986 BU1NESS PROFILES REVIEW take great pleasure In recommending thta respected Orm as one you can have the utmost confidence In. Thelrofflce Is located In Mlddjetown at 27OState Highway No. 35. R)r further Information contact Bernard J. Berry. Director of Client Services at 741-3900.

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TRENTON — Projects and proto be funded under the Assembly compromise state budget bill and supplemental spending measure read like a Christmas list for many county municipalities and state and county agencies and tnstitltions. Both budget "measure* have been passed by the Assembly and are now awaiting the approval of Qov. Thomas H. Kean. "Although the budget bill* are conservative spending measures, they reflect the need for new and innovative projects on both the state and local level," said Assemblyman Anthony M. Villane Jr. (R-Monmouth), chairman of the assembly appropriations committee. "I am extremely proud of .the job my budget writing committee has done." Included In a resolution sponsored by Villane Is an appropriation of $6 million to support various educational and recruitment programs in New Jersey's county, colleges. It also calls for a $250,000 appropriation to continue'Deal Lake improvements; $260,000 to restore the Ocean Grove Auditorium; $140,000 to support two new marine science programs; 1360,000 to establish a hazardous waste contingency pro-

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Milton here Is no kitten, but he's one frisky cat. He even had to be held so we could take tils picture! He's quite energetic for a cat who was left alone in an abandoned apartment. Milton - Is now with the folks at the Monmouth County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals In Eatontown. He's a three-year-old, litter trained, altered cat. And he's waiting to meet i someone to appreciate him. You can visit Milton at the SPCA office from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. any * day except Thursday, or call 542-0040.

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die" cases decided by the Supreme Court involved comatose people with no hope of recovery. The Farrells' lawyer, Joseph In its landmark 1976 "deathl'urrazzella, argued before Wiley with-dignlty" ruling, the court that Mrs. Farrell has a common allowed comatose Karen Ann law and constitutional right to Quinlan to be removed from her refuse medical treatment. respirator. She survived without Purrazzella was pleased the Su- the device until her death a y«ar preme Court agreed to hear argu- ago at age 31. ments so quickly, said Lyn Goble, The court expanded on the the receptionist at his law office. Quinlan case when it ruled in 1985 "He feels it's a good develop- that competent people have a right ment for Mrs. Farrell," she said. to refuse all medical treatment, The Farrell case is a first in New including respirators and feeding Jersey because other "right-to- tubes. .<*•

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throughout the area. And then there were those speccrowds. They reported no inci- tators who watched the show from dents, only some minor disorderli- boats in the river, with their lights decorating the horizon. ness. Owing to the massive festivities The crowd estimate only acfor next week's Statue of counts for those who were at the planned Liberty centennial celebration, Marine Park area, lining the this year's local fireworks — a riverfront docks and marinas, or tradition far at least 30 years — sitting on blankets and lawn had to be held a little early this chairs on the grassy knoll that year. formed a sort of natural amphitheater. j~M,arascio said police counted hundreds, perhaps thousands, of Others enjoying the show from the Mol)y Pitcher Inn, the newlyeompleted Oyster Point Hotel, ' om'e of the private marinas and "i front porches and back yards ,.,

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That decision came in the case of Claire C. Conroy, an 84-year-old comatose nursing home patient who died during a court battle over her nephew's request to remove her feeding tube. The court later ruled that a feeding tube, like a respirator, is art extraordinary life support and can be removed, even if it means death. Gelson said the Conroy decision, left unanswered the question of what to do In cases when a competent person has given up on life.

By law, the borough is required to have patrol boats on the river. Because the Coast Guard and Marine Police were tied up with the Liberty celebration, the borough had to find another date for its Independence Day salute. This year's show was made possible in large part by a $5,000 donation from Paul Sansone Jr., owner of the Sansone Cadillac dealership on Newman Springs Road, with the remainder of the $7,500 price tag coming from donations from the Red Bank Area Chamber of Commerce.

the Legislature might be forced to return tomorrow to continue its budget work. Obstacle No. 2. ' The Senate traditionally has been the "house of origin" of the budget; it is the chamber that approves the spending plan first, then sends it to the Assembly. " But Hardwlck said the Assembly would get first shot at the budget, an Idea that angered Sen. Laurence Weiss, D-Middlesex, chairman of the Senate Appropriations Committee, which is the budget-writing arm of the upper house. Weiss and other senators thought the Assembly was upending Legislative custom. Obstacle No. 3. "Everytime we turned around, something else was going on," said Sen. Walter Foran, R-Hunterdon. Foran said yesterday that when It looked as if an accord was unlikely, a number of legislators, including Russo; Weiss; Senate Majority Leader John Lynch, OMiddlesex; Senate Minority Leader S. Thomas Gagliano, BMonmouth; and Assembly Majority Leader Chuck Haytaian, RWarren, met in GagUano's office. "There was a lot of shouting, but we said let's quiet down and work it out," said Foran. After debating elements of the budget bill, Gagliano offered a compromise. The. offer, said Gagliano, went like this: Political haggling should not throw legislative tradition on the head. The budget should first be approved by the Senate. ATLANTIC TWIN .. A '.'•*,* •<

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Other resolution* sponsored by , Muhler include appropriations of $B million to allow New Jersey's •, public schools to hire new teachers at the minimum starting salary of $18,600; $800,000 to provide some 100 beds in the state's overcrowded prison system; and $26,000 to support the Statue of Liberty's centennial celebration. Assemblywoman Joanne Smith, R-Monmouth, Middlesex, also had funds placed Into the Assembly's compromise state budget and supplemental spending measure. The items would appropriate $800,000 to support the state's higher education tuition grant program; $10,000 to renovate the Keansburg Police station; and $16,000 to allow the Old Bridge Police Department to acquire a computer system. Smith also sponsored resolutions that would allocate $10,000 to finance a teenage recreation center In Middletown; $100,0000 to continue the Vietnam Veteran's Tuition Aid program; $16,000 to help Haslet purchase a new police car; $10,000 to Middletown's "Jaws of Life" program; and $6,000 to fund the 8t. Ambrose Meals on Wheels program.

Gagliano also suggested that the $10.8 million appropriation be taken out of the spending plan and voted on separately. ! And since some Senate Democrats — especially Russo — didn't like the idea of a Christmas tree at all, a Senate Republican would sponsor it. Foran agreed to be the sponsor and the bill passed both houses. Both sides agreed they would support the arrangement, and were relieved they wouldn't have to return over the weekend. "It was getting late. Tempers were flaring. I thought we had to break the deadlock," said Gagliano. Kean haa until midnight Monday to sign the budget, but has 46 days to act on the supplemental spending bill. I

The governor has said he would veto most of the $82 million In municipal aid unless the Legislature repealed the so-called "Ford bill," which gives tenants and homeowners an income tax deduction. The deduction cost the state about $140 million this year and could cost $180 million in the program's second year. Kean has said the state doesn't have the money to continue the program, and that he would agree to the supplemental spending plan if lawmakers repeal the Ford bill. But lawmakers say they have been unable to drum up enough support to do that.

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ADVICE Time heals wounds Keep your ears dry (rive them a break a n I t and I waa a virgin i month ago whan I went to with a BUB N voaia older I loved him and he seamed to be craar aboat ms. Also, we were a little stoned. He

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And, If she Is free to date now, her great loves of the past have cooled, right? You will get a much more reassuring Impression of her, very likely, by spending time with her and listening to her. I'll bet that If you go with herfora while and then split up, It wont be because of all those heroes who preceded you.

Now, think about this. You will never forget him. Your heart Is permanently broken, I agree. But you will go on like that for a while and then one day the sun will shine and you will notice it, a bird will chirp and you'll hear it. You'U have a moment of human happiness. And another one, and another. Your heart will still be broken, but you will find life still has something in it.

Q. My wife left me fonr years ago and I am still without a female companion. A young (ay whose) life Is messed sip lives with me in my house. He pays no rent, bat that's OK. We art) company for each other. Not gay, bat people think we are. I have the feeling I'm drifting Into a pattern I don't want. I'm not really looking for a n»w <

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H«r air of knowing Ufa's secrets li half show bli and half youthful later I called him. He was glad to assurance based on nothing. This hear from ma, bat dldnV call girl you describe may have bom after that. I know you'll say to closer to someone than yon have wash that man rl«ht out of my ever been, but the chances are you hair, but I can't. I'll never gat compare favorably Or she over him — never. wouldn't be noticing you.

And let me tell you something: Everywhere you see people smiling and laughing, and 93.2 percent of (hem have broken hearts. Think about that. And please, if you do something for love, be sure the other person isn't Just stoned or Iddking for sexual release. Q. She seems to go for me, but lisa wary of her. I think she may expect too much. I'm Inexperienced with, women and she ••ems confident and with It. That scares me off, I must admit. I don't want to be compared with more experienced gays. A. We all have self-protective feelings, which are not always wrong. By no means. But sometimes a guy is sure the girl is

A. Don't worry about being tagged as gay. That's the least of your problems. You say it's OK that your friend pays no rent; I say it's not OK, it's all wrong for him and for you. You can help a friend over a rough spot, but if the spot goes on and on, it isn't a spot but a lifestyle. If you accept him ss a dependent, you make one of him, and he has a right to expect your continued support unless you tell him he has to take charge of his life, pay his way, get some kind of Job if he has none and go for professional help if he needs it. Rehabilitating him is too big a project for you to handle. Get out and meet other people, men and women, who can give companionship without being paid for It.

Q. What I* "swtmsaer'e earT"HowcaayoapreventItT ttcr A. It's been called "fungus" of th» ear; soldiers have caUed It "Jungle ear": but to most doctors and unlucky patients It's called simply "swimmer's •ar." Swimmer's ear Is a common name given to an infection of the outer portion of the ear canal and It can have) to do with swimming. What may happen Is that, during swimming or showering, water gats Inside the ear, but Instead of simply running back out and the ear canal becoming dry, for some reason the water becomes trapped and the skin remains moist. It's In this sort of environment — the warm, moist skin environment — that certain types of fungi and bacteria can grow ana cause symptoms of painful Infection. How then to prevent swimmer's ear? Basically, by making the external ear canal a lessthan-favorable place for fungi and bacteria to grow. Outsmart them. A fungus likes a warm moist place; so dry the ear out thoroughly after swimming. Also, the American Academy of Otolaryngology — Head and Neck Surgery (the nation's ear, nose and throat doctors) says that if your ear feels moist or blocked after swimming, hair washing or showering, turn your head with that ear up and pull the ear upwards and backwards. Instill a dropper full of rubbing alcohol into it. Wiggle your ear to get the alcohol to go all way down in, then turn your head and let it drain out. If the alcohol feels too harsh to your ear you can mix It half and half with white vinegar. • A note of caution: if there is any question about an ear infection, damage to the eardrum, or evidence of other disease be sure to consult an ear specialist or your family doctor before using this self-help, ear-drying method. — S.D. Q. Have yon ever heard of a

trlggar ATI I I have Indeed heard of a trigger finger. A trigger finger has, for years, r*.n wrongly.th utof as another form of Those who have the condition notice that one or more fingers of the hand, especially the thumb and ring finger, tend to bend over Into the palm. • At first it Is easy for one to straighten the finger. When the condition becomes worse, it may be necessary to use the other hand to straighten it out. Whan the finger b straightened, there la a popping sound as the Joint returns to normal. Initially there may be little or no pain. Later, discomfort Is often felt. Whan neglected, the trigger finger can Interfere with the function of the fingers of the hand. It Is a strange anatomical change that occurs ss the tendon to the muscles of the finger becomes thickened and does not function weU. The condition is readily recognised by the flexing of the finger, and the pain associated with opening and closing the hand. Treatment depends entirely on how long the condition has existed, how painful the symptoms are, and how much the condition interferes with functioning of the hand. In some Instances, a finger splint is used to put the Joint at complete rest for a couple of weeks. In early cases, this is often sufficient. The next option that Is available to the doctor Is an injection of cortisone directly Into the "triggered" area. This is not painful and Is completely safe. Usually one or two Injections may relieve and control the limitation of motion. In special instances, an operation is performed under local anesthesia. The operation is very rewarding and soon the normal finger actionreturns.— L.C.

l other and have a daughter. This child has a common greatgrandfather who U her father's grandfather (oa bis mother's •Ue) and her mother's grandfather (oa her mother's side). Were the offspring or the two h a l f a l s u • legally entitlerfto bo Kay I offer a few suggestions marriedT Will this marriage afto Mr. and Mrs. John Q. PabllcT fect the last baby genetleallyT Tom would aat belWve how rada — On Long Island •sonis oaa be whan they are Dear L.I.: My authority la a 1, Please float hang up In my Ph.D. of medical genetics at the ear when you discover you've University of Indiana, Ha said, raachsdananawerlBgaervlca.lt "The offspring of the two half takes only a moment to say, sisters are half first-cousins. The "Thank you. I'll call later." couple may have broken the law In I. Don't yeU at me for some- some states by marrying. They can thing I didn't do. Kemember I check this information In the local J ust answer for businesses — I courthouse. don't own then. "The risk of having a genetic 8. Don't gat angry whan I pat problem in their offspring Is only yon on hold. I have at least BO slightly Increased by virtue of the lines and sometimes 10 or IB fact that they are distantly reil'maulephoma operator at aa answering service. I dont think I've ever aasai anvtkisa ahnut this oeeapatloia la jroar c lleve ate, Ana, we

4. Please don't tall me y o u life's history. I know there are a lot of lonely people out there, bat I don't have time to listen. B. Don't scream at me If you get a wrong number. I bad nothing to do with It. — The Voice Of A Hard-WorUng Dear Person: Here's your letter. The Job sounds ulcer-producing, to say the least. Your colleagues will bless you for writing. Dear ABB Landers: Sooner or later most everyone must write to Asm Landers for one reason or another. Here is my problem. A friend of mine married and. the couple had • daughter. The man's wife died. The man remarriea and the couple had a daughter. The two young girls were half sisters who had the same father bat different mothers. The two half slaters were married. One half sister bore a son, the other half slater bore a daughter. The Utter children married

Dear ABB Landers: Every sight when my wife reads the paper she always t o n s to the obituaries first and then to Ann Landers. I asked her yesterday why she did this. She replied, "If I ain't In the obituaries I know I ain't dead and If I s l a t in Ann Landers' column 1 know I ain't weird." Please print this letter so I can show her she 18 weird! We would both get a big kick oat of it and I would be one up on her for a change. — A Husband l a Gloucester, Va. Dear Husband: Here's your letter. And now I hope the two of you laugh your heads off. b alcoholism ruining your lire? Know the danger signals and what to do. l e a d the booklet, "Alcoholism — Hope and Help," by Ana Landers. Enclose SO cents with your request and a long, stamped, self-addressed envelope to Ann Landers, P.O. Bo* lltOB, Chicago, Illinois 60011.

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'With the summer swimming season at hand, officials of the American Red Cross warn pool owners to be sure to make safety a, priority. • They offer the following suggestions: '• —Never permit swimming alone. Don't leave a child alone, not even for a minute, to answer the.telephone. ;—• Enclose a pool with a fence and gate with a lock to prevent

unauthorized entry. —Have basic first aid and lifesaving equipment available. —Conspicuously post emergency phone numbers and safety instructions. —Enforce safety rules. Make sure at least one person on hand knows artificial respiration, first aid and basic rescue. —Clearly mark deep and shallow areas. Use a buoyed line to mark separation of the shallowwater area and deep water. —Allow no running, pushing or boisterous play. —Have a responsible adult

teach swimming and water safety. —Maintain clean, clear water. Consult your local health department for pool sanitation rules. —Permit no bottles, glass or sharp objects to be used around the pool. —Do not allow people to swim when overheated or during electrical storms. Instruct nonswimmers not to use inflated objects, which could deflate. Do not permit diving into unsafe depths. —Put the cover on the pool If you are going away or if the pool is to be unused for an extended period of time.

RENTAL INSURANCE Before signing any automobile rental agreement, be sure to read it carefully. That's the advice of officials of the Government Employees Insurance Co. They report that many consumers routinely purchase extra insurance they don't need when renting a car. Consider these suggestions: —Many rental agencies offer a collision damage waiver — Insurance to cover the cost of repairs If the rental car Is Involved in an accident while. In your possession. They may warn that

without such insurance, which can cost up to 18 a day, you will be responsible for paying up to $3,600 In repair costs. Any damages, however, would probably be covered by the auto Insurance policy on any car you own.

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—Some rental agencies offer personal-effects coverage to protect personal belongings that may be destroyed by fire or stolen from s rented car. But most homeowner and renter policies provide —Rental agencies may en- more coverage at a better price. courage you to purchase personal accident insurance to cover any —Checking with your own ininjuries you may receive as a result of an accident in the rented surance company before renting a car. Usually, the personal injury car could save you money. Also, reserve a car in advance to protection or medical payments section of your own auto In- be sure one will be available.

Overeating can be controlled by modifying behavior results of five current studies. • Chewing and stress. In times Always hungry? It may take of stress many people overeat. more than willpower to control Apparently, the act of chewing your appetite, according to the actually relieves tension. As a July Reader's Digest. remedy, scientists are trying to 'Scientists have found that emo- produce a fibrous, low-calorie tional and biochemical factors can chew bar for stressed overeaten m»ke you hungry. Here are the to gnaw on. By READER'S DIGEST

• Craving for flavor. In blind taste tests, a Duke University Medical Center study found that many overweight people possess keen ability^ recognize different tastes. As a result, they require more flavorful food and will continue eating until they are satisfied. Manufacturers are working

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JULY 7—MONDAY Summsr Chinese Auction, sponsored by Our Lsdy of Perpetual Help School to be held ki the school hall. Maer StrseL Highlands. Doors open 8pm. Call starts 8pm. Over 260 proas. Free refreshments. For more Information oaf 672-0266. JULY •—TUESOAY The Monmouth County Park System sponsors Pregnancy Excordss. Tuesday's and Thursdays, 76pm. at the Thompson Park VW" tors Csnter $35. For more Information and registration cs» 842-4000. JULY S—WEDNESDAY S t Agnes Church, Atlantic Highlands wH present a Win In the church had on H'a trip to China, Japan 4 Hong Kong. Sept. 11-30th, 1968. It Is open to the public. C M 291-0876 or 291-8789. .

JULVa-MjOUSTM WEDNESDAY'S The Monmouth County Park System sponsors beginner Belly Dance, Wednesday's. July 9-August 20, 7-8:30pm. Thompson Park visitors Canter, Newman Springs Rd., Uncrofl. $30. For more Information and registration call 6424000.

JULY 12—SATURDAY Flea Market MkMetown Fire Company # 1 , Rt. 35. MkMMown. 9am.4pm. Braadfast and lunch available for purchase from flrshouse. Spaces $7 each. Call 642-2636 or 787-7066 tor more Information.

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TODAY Auto Bactntft 9 a,m. Ohio Grand Prix (NSH)

Golf, 4 p.m. Canadian Open (2)

Baseball, 2 p.m. Hets at Cuba (9)

World Cap Soccer, 4 p.m. Third-Place match (ESPN)

Baseball, 2:05 Padres at Braves (TBS),

Sandy CoHno. Odaata. Taiiu, and VvonnVvavC mat*, South Alrlca, dal. Loralna Orada and Julia Salmon, Britain. 7-9, 8-1. OlglFamanoai.Puartonico. and Ror* M a i , San Joaa. C M . , dal. Parmy Sarg, North MUnH fiagn? Fla.. and Bam Harr. Dayton. OMo. 8-2, 9-7, 6,3, E«aa Burgm. BaWmora. and Roaaryn FaMdaV South Anita, dal. Cartna Karlaaon. awadan. and Two aehauar-Lanan. Dtnmark. 6-4. 8-3. Hano Mandkkova, Caohoatovakla. and Wandy Tumbat, AuatraHa. dal. Uaa Bondar. Sauna. Mkh.. and Mary Lou PMak, MunMar. Ind.. 8-4. 6-4 I J;t JannHar Mundal. South Alnoa. and Moly, Van . • . ^ . . . . ,, . . . • • *J , 1 1 . W . Moar/ano, Bftgntwaiara. N.Y., oat. Jama usjan. Mason, Qa.. and Mlchtli Jaggard. AuabaM. aVa\>

MlchW Schapart. tha Nathanandt. and Mark Woodfcrda. AualMa, dal. Andraw CaaM and Jamaa Turnar. Britain. 7-6 (7-5), 7-5. 6-4. Qary Donnaliy. Sconadala. Ani.. and Patar FlamSacondliirund Borta Backar (4), Waal Qarmany, dal. Tom Ing, Saabrook Wand. 8 C., dal. Anand AmrHraJ and Vilay Amrltra). Mdal. 8-4 8-4. 8-4. OuHlkaon. Palm Coail. Fla., 8-4.6-3, 8-2. WofakFIOak. Poland, and Ouy Forgat, Franca, dal. TMidRaiid Bud ton, Atlanta, and Nduka oittor, Nlga.lt. 8-3, THt Mayona (10), SprlngMd, M a t t . dal. Tomaa 8-7 (1-7). 6-7 (3-7). 8-4, 6-4. Smid. CiadloakwaUl. 0-4, 8-9,2-8, 8-2. Ivan Land (i). Ctacnoalovakla. dal. Amoa MM Manadorl, MnM. 6-2. 0-4. 8-4. ChrMo Van flantburo. South Alrlca. dal. Robart Saguao. PraMa Oaka. Fla., 9-7, 6-4. 8-0. 6-2. Janny Byrna and Janlna Thompaon. Auatraoa'. o t l : OabrWa SabalM (10). ArgaMna. dal. Cathartna Slobodan Zhojnovlc. VugoalMa. dal. Kan Fladi, Catartna CmdqvM, Swadan. and Virginia W a > . SuM, Franca. 6-3. 6-3. PraMa Oaka. Fla., 4-6. 6-4. 7-5. 6-3 Braam, 7-8 (7-1). 8-2. . •, ItabUa Damongaol, Frtnot, dal. Jarmy Byrna, Eric JUan. Waal Qarmtny, dal. David Put, Laa Bomna Bung* and Claudia Ponnk. Waal OanAarM.' Auttrala. 6-4. 0-1 Vagaa, Nov., 7-8 (7-3), 8-3. 8-4. dal. KaaMna and Manuala Milnva.. B l r i 44-6. 6 Bulgaria. Tarry Phatoa, Uichmont. N T , dal. Suaan Sloana, ftamaiti Krlthnan, India, dal. Joaklm Nyilrom (9), 7-8 (7-4L B-S. LtKlnoton. Ky, 6-4, 6-2. Swadan. 8-7 (6-8). 9-2. 7-8 (8-8), 8-4. ElUabam MMar, Aualralia. dot. JamMr Mundal. Kaniy Jordan. King ol Pruaala. P a , and Eddia Edwardl. South Aldca. Oat. Jakob Maaak, South Alrlca, 6-4, 6-1. Mounon. SaxramaMo, CaM., dal. Andraa » a k k « | . Swiaartand. 3-6. 4 - 6 . 8 - 2 , 8 - 3 , 9 - 1 . and KMrmaSkronaka. daohoatovakk. 6 - 0 . 6 - 2 , ' Pally Fane**. Sacramanlo. CaM., dal. Man Loll Man Angar, PMaaamon, Cam., dal. John Sadrt, Omohan Ruth. Pmaourrjti. and JoArmo RuatoD,' Pltlak. Munilar. Ind, 6-0. 8-3. Chanota, N i , 8-7 (9-7). 7-8 Claudia Kohda-KHtch (4). Watt Oarmany, dal Naplaa, Fit.. Oil CMa Evan Lloyd, Fort ' r - T ^ t i Fla, and Anna WNta, SI PaMnburg. Fla, 6-3. 3-6. Alycia Moulton. Sacramanto, CaW.. 6-2, 8-2. Sammy Qiammaiva, Houalon, and Orag Hotnaa, 8-4. . •.-•.* Bawna Bungo. Waal Oarmany, dal Laritta Danvaa, Cam., dal. Hum OuaWiardi, Swmarland. BUabath SmyH, AuttraHa. and Cathartna Tamrlar. Stvchanko, Sovtol Union, 8-7 (2-7). 6-0. 7-6. and B a l m Tarociy. Hungary, 2-8, 8-4, 0-4, 3-6, Franca, dal. Monodaa Pai, Argantha. and SawMNa ManuMa Malttvt (I). Bulgaria, dal. Sutin Franc. Highland. Cant, 6-3. 6-0. . - v Maacarn. Onaaa Polma Snona, MUi., 8-4, 7-8 Raha. John FHigarald. Auakaka, and Tomat Smid. I Fandk*. Saoramomo. CaW, and JM Hamara (1-8). Clachotlovtklt. do). Nick Brown and Jonathan •Mon, Canada, dal. Claudia Kohda-KHachf » _ EUabam Smytla, AuttraU. dal. Wandy Wbaa, Smith. Britain. 9-4. 9-4. 9-4. Oarmany, and lltltna Sukova. (aachoalovaka. 7 - l j * Atanta. 8 - 1 . 1-6. 12-10. PaulAnnacona, BrUganamptgn,NY..andChrltlo Manna NnraWova (1), Fort Worth. Tanaa, do). VtnRaniburg, South Alrlci, dal. Patar Carluon and Martina NavraWova. Fon Worm, Taiaa, and Pam Jtna Forman, PnMdanoa. R.I, 8-0,8-4. Jonaa Svantaon. Swadan. 7-S (7-3). 7-9. 9-3. SMvar. LumarvHa, M d , dal. Naiga Daw and fat, CatMnaUndq»lal (15). Swadan, dal. HalanKalaU, Sarglo Caul and Emio Sancnai, Spain, dal. Madrado, Brad, 8-S, 8-1. • ',15 Ctnadt, 6-3, 3-6. 9-1. Jaramy Bataa and Nick Fulwood, Brttaln. 2-8. 7-8 Barbara daman, CaMaaaa. C M , dot. A n n Maria (7-3). 4-9. 7-6(7-4). 6-3. Famandai. Torranoa, C a n , 8-7.7-8 (7-5), 6-4 Patar McNamara and Paul McNamaa. Auamaa. Dtanna Balttorat, Auaoala, dal. Candy Raynolda, dtl.AmotMtntdort and Shahar Parkin, iaraal, 6-4, Ban TaoMrman. Kno«»llla, Tann, and Kay' KnomSa, T o m , 8-2, 6-3 9-2. 4-9, 8-7 (3-7). 8-4. MoOanWa. Stlravopon, U , dal. Bran Cuatar.and. RaflaaHa Raggl. Italy, dal. Hu Na, San Dtogo, 8-2. Pat ctth. Auttrma. and Kavh Curran, Auatm. Nicola FrovH, Auamaa, 7-8 (8-8). 8-2. • * • * • ' Tt«tI. dot. Eddk) Edwarda. South Alrlca, and KrMM Kamay. Naw Canaan, Conn, dal. San Paaar Doohan and Oamna Balattrat. Auatraka, dal.t Frandam Oontalai. Paraguay. 6-3, 7-6, 0-3. Kah Evamdan and Baafida Contwaa. Now Zaalapd. Omar. Britain, 2-6. 7-0 (7-5). 6-3. Joaklm Nyatrom and Mata VVaandar, Swadan. dal. 7-6:7-4)(7-ll Jo DurtSa Bf iwn, dti. NtttMM Hsfra men, FranMi OutUvo Lma. Italy, and Outtavo TBartl, Argantlna, John Lloyd. Britain, and Wandy Turnout. Auanloj, 1 S-S, 7-S^OaaMaa 8-4, S-4,8-2. dal. FtlchardLawtt and SariOomar. Brrlaln, 6-4,6-2! Dado Campoa and Corloa Klrmayr. Braia. dal. Sana Damon. Auttm. Tana, and Eva PWI, M i l l Amanda Omgwal Auanaa. and Uaa Spam-Short, Scott OtXa, Largo. Fla,. and David Pata, LatVagat, Oarmany, OM. Craig WMua, BloomMMWM, Mich, MouWo, Oa, dal. KtBiy Horvalh. Largo. Fla, and Nav.. 0-3, 8-7 $-10). 6-3. 7-5. and JuH Blchardton, Naw Zaaand. 8-4, 3-8. t-y 1 Bob Hawm. South Africa, and Manama WanM. O i o , and Anna Smith, Laurta Wardar and 8lmon You), AuWala, dal. Bakaranald. CaW, oat. Wok Fdwood and Lora.™ cnrit Ktrmady. Can, N.c. and Oaamund Tyaon. I Oraola, SWom, 8 - 2 . 7 - 8 (7-3). AuttraHt, 8-4,6-4, 7-5. . > Jorga Loiano, Mauoo, and Bath Harr, Dayton, zmaOarrlaon. HouMon. and Katiy lUnaWl. Martin CMt»Slaynar«IOanlaVltaar.Bou«iAlrk)a,dal. • Onlo. dal. Coan Doodatoaa. Bmtln. and E»a Krapl. Mlchtal Robanton, South Alrlca. and Tomm Warn- < OowMa Rot* (W." i t i b i i i D M W I Q I O I t d f M t l t OwMartand, 0-4, 0-4. aka. LakHand. Fla., 7-8 (7-4). 6-4. 7-5. Lauria Wardar and A m Mhtar. Auanaa. dal. Jorga Loiano, Marios, andftodi W»akaii. Carmal. 4*. JO Ourla and Anna Hobba, Britain. 8-4, 4-6, A M I S Jordan, Colombia, and Amanda Dtngwal. Ind., dal. Andral Chaanokcv, 8ovk)l umon. and Kafy Aukaaa, 7 ^ (6-6), 6-4. 13-11. Jonaa. San Diaoo. 2-8, S-1, S-7 (8-8). 7-8,8-2.

Tennis, 12:30 Wimbledon (4) High School Football, 1 p.m. N.J. All-Star Game (9) Baseball, 1:80 , Blue Jays at Yanks (SC) Women's Golf, S p.m. Mayflower Classic (ESPN) .

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Wide World of Sports, 4 4 0 Motocross; Horse Racing (7) Baseball, 7:35 Padres at Braves (TBS) TOMORHOW Tennis, IS noon Wimbledon (4)

Baseball, 2:80 Old-Timers Classic (2)

Golf, 1 p.m. Senior Open (7)

Golf, 2:30 Senior Open (?) Baseball, 3:15 Hets at Cubs (4)

Baseball, , e Jays at Y Blue Jays at Yanks (11) World Cup Soccer, 1:50 The Finals (4)

Baseball, 3:15 Red Sox at Orioles (30)

'Sports Sunday, S p.m. Wrestling; Bike preview (2)

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SATURDAY. JUNE 28,1986

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exaggerate two things S- the number »er of mile* miles they run each week and the amount of beer they drink. J fh« image of the beer drinking runner wfit fee more difficult to maintain as SOMBI standard* change and Insurance rsats-rise. One of the first chsnges Is the cOMpltmentary beer at road race*. That may soon be Just a memory. .Two local June runs once provided beer 'after their races were completed. TD» runners remained to drink the beer aiUf attend the awards ceremony. The American Cancer Society 6-Mlle Run Intended to repeat that tradition this month. Then race director Vlnnle Hindi wa*. advised that to provide free beer an inwteance policy would cost 126,000. That'exorbitant quote is an insurance agent's method of appearing to give you a'*holce when In reality there Is no choice. The St. Leo's 5-Mile Run did continue thWree beer tradition. "Beer at the finish", was printed in the race flyer. As In'the past the runners drank a cup or two of beer, applauded the various race winners and departed.



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Race director Joe Dugan explained that beer drinking at festivities is an American tradition. Next year he will give more consideration to the new law. Although there were no incident* at the St. Leo's run the risk remains. As more race directors ponder the host liability taw there will be less complimentary beer. "I will make it felony to drink small beer." — Shakespeare. In California this month a member of the Chamber of Commerce explained how they were going to solve this problem at their barbeque. There would be, "no host" beer. Is that a variation of, "It feU off a truck."?

Bird count techniques may vary ird counts, I explained to

the policeman, come In •BE _ 'various siies and styles.

lafva One Is the Big Day bird • count, done In our area in midMay. That type came In for a lot of publicity recently because of the New Jersey Audubon Society'* Blrd-athon, biggest of the Big Day productions. In that one, teams of birders go forth at midnight and work Most of the changes I've seen for 24 hours, driving hundreds over that time have been in the of miles, hopping about the physical surrounding*. Road state to hit all the avlan hot realignment* have slightly spots, to record a* many specl- altered the routing In a couple ' es of birds as they can In a day. of places, but there has been a I was doing a different kind. lot of development. New It required that I count all the house* and commercial strucbirds I could see or hear in tures now punctuate what used three minutes — 180 seconds, to be miles of unbroken pine 'no more, no less — without woods. ' moving from a given spot. A one-on-one comparison of i That, at least, is the tech- this year's result* with those of nique. There's more to It than I960 show differences on some • a. few minute* of stationary which may be signifibirdlng. My mission wastodo species that BO times, traveling 24M cant, if only temporarily. miles on a pre-plotted route Here are some of this year'* '. with stops at half-mile inter- figures, with those for 1969 In parentheses: Whip-poor-will 0 nals. • *"'The Big Day events are fun (3), chimney swift 0 (8), kingtidings — games, contest* — bird 0 (6), homed lark 0 (3), and N.J. Audubon's Blrd-a- catbird 6 (16), brown thrasher ! thon Is also an effective fund- 2 (11), ovenblrd 2 (8), * falser. What I was doing when meadowlark 0 (6), townee 2 w-the cop stopped by, two weeks (26), chipping sparrow 1 (16) nM°< w a * * Breeding Bird field sparrow 0 (12) and just a non-competitive one that comes up on the plus (..Survey, 'scientific research effort. side, house finch 19 (0). v It's a project of the U.S. Fish How did the officer get in the and Wildlife Service, which act? He saw me parked on the plots the routes and compiles shoulder of the back road and and correlates the results. The " stopped to ask if I needed help. leg work is done by volunteers He accepted my explanation of — "cooperative observers." why I was there, wished me a About 1,700 routes, continent- good day and took off. wide, are run each year. " Is this sort of thing a lot of « • With 60 stops per route, that fun? "atids up to spot check* of Well, it lacks the excitement 86,000 sites annually in the of the Big Day, and it isn't the United States and Canada. way I'd go to run up my year's species list. But It Isn't as Data that have been col- monotonous a* it might sound. lected by USFWS in the 20 Curiosity as to what the next years It has been doing the stop will bring sustains survey are proving highly Interest And there's satisfacvaluable Indicators of bird tion in knowing you're doing population and distribution something worthwhile. •-1'trends and changes. They are The toughest part is getting -'- in Increasing demand from re- up at 3:46 In order to be on the searchers, Sam Droege, the co- route and ready to go at the ol ordlnator, reports. appointed starting time, 4:66 a.m. (That's Just 30 minutes Cooperatera are nowbefore sunrise.) ,:,promised that a 16-year sum•_••< mary of survey results, on But I'm usually finished [ w h i c h work has been under about 9:10 a.m. and can go I •. way for some time, will be sent home and back to bed, if I to them this year. Meanwhile, want. And that's a lot easier Droege has given us lists of the than midnight to midnight *•' '10 most numerous species and IS THERE A SCHOOL of 'MO most widely distributed (a* terpslchore in our area that }'• Indicated by the number of teaches rain dancing? I'm "routes reporting them) in the among the many who, at this -^1986 survey. point, are desperate. When you write three days Topping both lists is the red- in advance of publication you .i! winged blackbird. Following It can, of course, get caught with '' in the number* llat, In declining your umbrella down. But even order, are house sparrow, if we get s deluge before this -'•starling, common grackle, gets into print it doesn't negate H.robin, mourning dove, crow, a point I'd make: that the radio ;•! "western meadowlark, barn and TV people are back at it JR«wallow and cliff swallow. First runner-up in distribution They can't recognlxe as good is the mourning dove, followed any weather forecast that ;*" by barn swallow, brown-head- doesn't Include fair sides. They '"Med cowblrd, robin, starling, got off that track for a while ''•crow, house sparrow, WUdeer when New York's water supply '''.and common grackle. dropped dangerouslytow.But " Y One of the two routes I now now that all lawns, gardens run I was doing for the 18th and farm crops that aren't time this year. It starts at New Irrigated are browning in the 'Bedford and, running as nearly sun, and cutting what's left of •>»'due west a* the road* will the grass creates a dust storm, '•permit, ends two miles west of they still want rain only if it -'Holmeson. falls on somebody else.



What is also noticeable Is that fewer runner* are bringing their own beer to the race* (or they are using. more stealth). There always was the risk of being arrested for drinking In public which is a 1600 fine. It I* probabily our changing standards rather than the unlikely possibility of being arrested that Is reducing that tradlton. It should not be concluded that the beer drinking runner has been added to the endangered species list. It is likely that the runner* haw opted to find a bar close to home or stop at a friend's house after the race. Finding a bar that will accept the sweaty informally-dressed runners Is not a problem. Most of the running suits are stylish and presentable. Runners do perspire more than non-runners. That I* the method used to cool the body. This Is not a social problem because runners sweat more but smell less. Both the Night Owl Running Club and the Kumson Hash House Harriers make much ado about their beer drinking ability. The fact is then- member* are runner* who drink and not the reverse. Drinking beer after participating In an

Wimbledon—Continued from Fags 1 4 * "The ball stays low on grass, so if you can chip the ball It's to your advantage," he said. "I'm not going to rally 40-60 times with him and see who misses, because I'll be the one." Krishnan's father, Ramanathan Krishnan, reached the semifinals at Wimbledon In 1960 and 1961, and helped hi* son get Interested In tennis. He was In the crowd at Centre Court for the victory yesterday. "He told me to hang In there and try my best," Raroesh Krishnan said. Playing on an outside court, Navratilova made short work of Forman on an today where a heat wave, London style, had fans, players and the court* baking. The temperature at mid-afternoon was In the low 80s, and on Centre Court it was measured at 86 degrees. The London Weather Center said a slight easterly breeie would help cool the grounds, but that more humid conditions might bring a threat of a thunderstorm today. "We're getting some Sahara air, although it's wandered around a bit before reaching us, and there shouldn't be any radical change until after the weekend," the weather center said. On Thursday, two seeded players from Sweden, No. 2 Mate Wllander and No. 6 Stefan Edberg, called on their experience and staying

Cup Continued from Plot 14A "We all have setbacks, and I had mine in the last three years, In that period, 17 Argentine players went abroad," Bllardo said, explaining the problems he had In pulling together the current national team. Despite such hardships, and with the world's best player in his stable, Bllardo has built a team which plays well together and complements the talents of Maradona. When Beckenbauer assumed command of the German team after It failed to make the semifinals of the 1984 European Championships, his appointment was greeted with skepticism. "Kaiser Franz" had been one of the world's best players and led the Germans to the 1974 world title. He struggled for months to find the right lineup, ana was blasted by the press for whatever decisions he made. Prior to this tournament, goalkeeper Harald Schumacher — a standout here — said Beckenbauer was not a good coach and did not instill a winning atmosphere on the team. Beckenbauer admits to being aloof, but he

Jankowski Continued from Pigs 14A

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set the previous season) and shut out the New York Giants and Los Angeles Rams In the playoffs. The Super Bore ended, encore, encore, in record-setting style for the Bad News Bears. That was it, etc., etc., etc. Since the Bears won their title, their claws have been filed down a tad or two. Buddy Ryan moved to the Philadelphia Eagles head coaching position, away from his defensive duties with the Bears. His work in designing Chicago's swarming defense to legendary, and Ryantoattempting to work the same magic in Philadelphia. Wide receiver Dennis McKlnnon, who to easily the Bears' finest, and cornerback Leslie

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athletic event ha* been around longer than road races. Beer never tastes better than after a pickup ballgame or a loser' buys-the-keg league.

There Is little likely hood of a runner becoming a booier. Runners soon discover that too much, "carba loading" reduces performance. Conversely there are numerous Incident* of heavy drinker* who became runner* and substanially reduced their drinking and their weight. Running may change your drinking schedule. Years ago I drank on Saturday night and went to church on Sunday morning. Now I go to church on Saturday night and drink on Sunday morning after a road race. Morning drinking is often a bad sign but it usually Is the only drinking that I do all week. The military sponsored road race* may have been the first to omit the free beer. The Shore AC rarely provided beer after their races. Their Asbury Park 10K run (Aug. 0) Is the largest run In New Jersey. There Is beer at the Friday pasta dinner but not at race day. The NYC Marathon

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will give Us 19,000 runners food and sods after the run but no beer. What may replace the complimentary beer la an Invitation to enter a sponsor's drinking establishment after the race. This routine works well with the festive Manasquan Turkey Trot 6 Mile Run (Nov. 22). The Shore Area YMCA 3-Mile Run conducted each Thursday at 7 p.m. on the Asbury Park boardwalk' is even more enticing. For the 11.00 entry fee you are entitled to a complimentary post-race beer at Higgenbottoms. The next time' a flyweight runner describes his beer drinking escapades note the flat stomach and reach your own conclusions. . There are few upcoming local runs on the weekends. There now are three series runs during the week. In addition to the Shore Area YMCA run there is a 5kUometer (3.1 mile) run each Monday beginning at 6:30 p.m. at Lake Takanaasee In Long Branch. This Thursday the Freehold Area Running Club begins Its Natural Light Summer Series. The 6-kllometer run begins at 7 p.m. in the Monmouth Battlefield State Park, Manalapan.

power to advance. accepted with some reserve. Seven other men's seeds, including Sweden's "Let's take it easy," he said. "I lost." Anders Jarryd, have tumbled out of the Wilander was thankful that, for him, the tourney. But Wilander and Edberg are still tournament hadn't come to yet another there, along with fellow Swedes Joaldm premature end. The Swede has never advanced further than the fourth round in five previous Nystrom and Mike Pernfors. Wllander beat Britain's Andrew Castle 4-6,, visits. 7-6,6-7,6-4,6-0 and only got in front In the Edberg's game burst into life In the fifth set final set. after remaining dormant throughout the first "I waa struggling," Wllander said. "I always four. felt I had a good chance, but I couldn't go "It's always like that on grass," he said. through the wall. He was always getting to "Suddenly you get a break and then it'* everything." another game. I don't think I missed a ball in Edberg, the reigning Australian Open cham- the fifth set." pion, trailed 2-1 in sets in a see-saw secondOf the four Swedish seeds still In the round match before edging American Paul tourney, Edberg probably ha* the toughest Annacone 6-4, 6-7, 4-6, 7-5, 6-0. third-round match. He faces Miloslav Metir of Wilander was at the point of a gun as Czechoslovakia, whom he can't recall ever thousands of British fans cheered on a native having beaten. son who was a virtual unknown to most of "We shouldn't have met this early In the them. tournament. My history with Mecir Isn't good, Castletothe product of the American college unfortunately/' the 20-year-old Swede said, system and his only claim to fame back home Wllander will meet 20-year-old Australian was winning the British Under-12 title In Mark Kratzmann, No. 6 seed Nystrom will play 1976., India'* Ramesh Krishnan, while Pernfors, who But the 22-year-old Briton played the game was Castle's college partner at the University of his brief career to stretch the two-time of Georgia, faces American Sammy 01amFrench and Australian champion almost to the malva. limit. Pernfors earned hi* third-round spot Castle was given a standing ovation by the Thursday by beating West Germany's Andrea* sun-baked Wimbledon crowd, a salute Castle Maurer 7-6, 6-2, 4-6, 6-2.

also stresses that the German* haw displayed enviable teamwork in the World Cup. "We have worked very well within a team concept, and It has gotten us beyond what was expected," he explained. Asked to compare winning the championship as a player to what it would be like winning as a coach, he said: "In 1974, the stress was greater because we faced the best team of the tournament (the Netherlands) in the final. Then, I wa* much more nervous than I am today. Here in Mexico, we have achieved more than anyone expected by Just reaching the final." West German Chancellor Helmut Kohl and several other government officials will travel here for the final game. Kohl, who will be Joined by government spokesman Friedhelm Ost, Labor Minister Norbert Blum and HansJuergen Wischnewskl of the opposition Social Democratic party, will meet with Mexican President Miguel de la Madrid. A spokesman Indicated the trip would be at government expense, saying, "At events of national interest, a national representation to called for."

Brazil's Romualdo Arppl Filho, 47, will referee the game. He previously worked the Mexico-Bulgaria and Soviet Union-France matches and has been a FIFA game official since 1968. Tickets for the game at 114.600-seat Altec Stadium are sold out, but World Cup organizers claim scalpers have bought many of the tickets. The Excelsior newspaper quoted city police Friday as saying they had arrested at least 30 scalpers and confiscated several hundred tickets on Wednesday and Thursday. The newspaper La Jornada put the number of arrests at 60 "in recent days." Scalpingtopunishable by 36 hours In Jail and a fine decided by a Judge. On Saturday, France and Belgium play for third place at Puebla. There were mixed reactions to participating In the game from both sides. "The match for third place should not be played," French defender Maxime Bossto laid. "Theretono way the team* will be motivated after their semifinal loss."

Frailer both are expected to miss most, if not the entire, 1986 season due to injuries. These two spots were addressed by the Bears In the recent draft, when the team selected Washington safety Vestee Jackson and Illinois wide receiver David Williams to fill the holes. But, don't expect to see these two providing veteran level of play. In addition, the Bears will begin their season OVERSEAS. Aug. 3, Dallas and Chicago will wage a pre-season battle in London, England, part of the NFL's study of foreign franchise possibilities. Maybe the team will run their two-a-days near Big Ben. The point to, things are different for the Bears, entering training camp, and that's putting it mildly. The same problem faced the Raiders and 49era, following their Super Bowl victories, and the result* were hardly the same.

Dynasties are not built In a season. The Steelers won four Super Bowls In the late '70s, but no one has come close to that record since. After San Francisco won it* first Super Bowl, they failed to make the strike-shortened playoff* the following year. The Raider*, so dominant against Philadelphia and Washington In the early '80s, returned to the pack the following seasons. The same will hold true for Chicago. The term "dynasty" may be following the two-way player and the leather helmet Into extinction, a* far as pro football goes. Parity to a fact of life today in the NFL, one that allows 8-8 teams to gain the playoffs. That, plus media pressure, contract hassles and the like,toJust as big an opponent to a defending Super Bowl champion as any other. Mark it down. The Bears will not be part of, much less win, Super Bowl XXI.

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H BASEBALL Barfield, Blue Jays bomb Yankees, 14NEW YORK (AP) — Jesse Barfleld had a three-run homer and five RBI and Damaso Garcia tied a major-league record with four doubles as the Toronto Blue Jays' 19-hlt attack overpowered the New York Yankees 14-7 last night. Barfield's 19th homer came with two out in the seventh Inning and brought the Blue Jays back from a 7-6 deficit. It came off reliever Brian Fisher, 4-4. Garcia was 4-for-6 and scored three times. The doubles record to held by many. Garth lorg and Tony Fernandez also homered for Toronto. Rickey Henderson drove In four runs for New York, two on his 14th homer of the season. Don Mattingly and Ken Griffey also homered for the Yankees, who had 18 hits. Reliever Jim Acker, 2-3, got the victory with 2 1-3 innings of work. Tom Henke pitched 2 1 - 3 Innings for his ninth save.. The game, delayed 38 minutes by rain in the bottom of the seventh, was the Yankees' eighth straight loss at Yankee Stadium. The last time they lost eight

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League straight at home was in 1940. Their record for consecutive home losses la nine, suffered at the Polo Grounds In 1915. Reliever Al Holland started the seventh and gave up a one-out double to Garcia. Fisher relieved with two out Third baseman Mike Pagliarulo hobbled a two-out grounder by George Bell, then Barfield homered to left on an 0-2 pitch. The Jays added three runs in the top of the eighth off Bob Shirley on Garcla's RBI double and a two-run single by Lloyd Hoseby. Fernandez hit a two-run homer in the ninth. Toronto jumped on Yankee starter Ron Guldry, winless since May 10, with two runs in the first inning on a Moseby 's RBI triple and Barfield's RBI single.

MINNEAPOLIS — Kent Hrbek'a triple powered Minnesota's three-run first Inning, then the Twins survived a four-run Kansas City ninth and defeated the Royals 6-4. Mike Smlthson, 7-6, allowed eight hit* over 8 1-3 Innings. He brought a threehit shutout Into the ninth before the Royals rallied against three pitchers'. Rudy Lew's one-out double, the first extra-base hit by Kansas City, drove In the first run. Run-scoring singles by George Brett and Jorge Orta brought on Frank Pastore. Pastore got one out, but yielded an RBI double to Steve Balboni. Keith Atherton retired the one batter he faced, with runners on second and third, for his third save of the season. Minnesota's three-run first inning came against Scott Bankhead, 3-1. Kirby Puckett led off with a single. He was forced at second by Randy Bush, then Hrbek smashed a ball off the rightfield fence for a triple, scoring Bush. Hrbek scored on Tom Brunansky's grounder by knocking the ball from catcher Jamie Quirk's glove. Brunansky

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moved to second on the error, stole third and scored when Mark Salas singled to right. Red Sox 5, Oriole* 8 BALTIMORE — Unbeaten Roger Clemens won his 14th game, allowing seven hits and striking out 11 batten while pitching Into the ninth inning as the Boston Red Sox defeated the Baltimore Orioles. Clemens is one victory away, from the American League record for victories at the start of the season. The record to shared by Dave McNally of Baltimore in 1969 and Cleveland's Johnny Allen in 1937. The major league record of 19 was set by Rube Marquard of the New York Giants In 1912. Clemens walked Eddie Murray, who had two solo homers In the game, for his first walk of the game leading off the ninth. A single followed and Clemens gave way to Joe Sambito. Sambtto got one out and Bob Stanley finished for hi* 12th save. The strikeouts by Clemens raised his

AL-leading total this season to 126. H M gave up only two earned runs, and k e w i the league's best earned-run averagc$tg 218. , W !j Clemens trailed 1-0 on a secondh lnning homer by Murray before the Red y Sox scored three two-out runs inU**.. sixth. The Orioles rallied to within 4-3 u\ ~ the seventh, but the Red Sox added a run In the ninth. - .../« Baltimore starter Ken Dixon, 6-6, yielded a leadoff double by Marty Batyri rett and then retired 16 consecuUvm i batters before Rich Gedman and Ed.u Romero singled to open the sixth. IT Tiger* 4, Brewer* 2 ' ."„! DETROIT — Kirk Gibson hit a tw«n-> run, 11th-inning homer into the right-•>• field roof seats to give the Detroit Tigen*. . a victory over the Milwaukee Brewera.i, Lou Whltaker started the 1 lth with w v infield single, just beating a throw, by a third baseman Dale Sveum. Alan Trammj mell sacrifice him to second and scored when Gibson homered on a 1-2 pitch', from Dan Plesac, 4-6. «4 .-„) The Tigers won for the eighth time in i

Pirates Rhoden fans 11 Expos in 7-1 win PITTSBURGH (AP) — Pittsburgh pitcher Rick Rhoden established a career high with 11 strikeouts and immediately put the feat In perspective. "Five yean from now I don't think anybody but me will remember it, but Its nice," Rhpden said after he pitched a five-hitter to beat the Montreal Expos 7-1 last night. Rhoden started the seven-run sixth

not very good," said Montreal Manager Bob Rodgers. "We pitch him like a regular hitter and he still gets hits." In his. last two starts, both against Montreal, Rhoden has struck out 21 batters. He got his career high by fanning Wayne Krenchicki to end the game after issuing his only walk with two out in the ninth inning on a 3-2 pitch to Tun Wallach. "I knew I had 10 strikeouts after seven innings and I hadn't struck out the pitcher," said Rhoden, 8-4, who won for the sixth time in his last seven decisions. "I overthrew the ball to Wallach trying to get the- last one and I wound up walking him. Krenchicki went after a bad pitch." Rhoden and Tibbs were in a pitching duel through five innings before the Pirates broke out of their hitting slump in the sixth. In four previous games, Pittsburgh had scored a total of five runs. "It all happened so fast," Tibbs said. "I didn't know what happened. All of a sudden — Boom! Boom! Boom!" Tibbs, 4-4, had a three-hit shutout when Rhoden lead off the sixth with a single. A walk to Barry Bonds and a single by Joe Orsulak loaded the bases and Johnny Ray doubled into the leftfield corner to put the Pirates In front. Sid Bream chased Tibbs with an RBI single and Bob McClure was greeted by R.J. Reynolds' RBI single before a runscoring double by Tona Pena. Dennis Martinez walked Jim Morrison and Rafael Belliard drove In two runs with a single as the Pirates matched their season high for runs in an inning.

National League Braves 6, Padres 4 ATLANTA — Ozzie Virgil spoiled San Diego's strategy, lifting a sacrifice fly into medium center field with the bases loaded and one out in the eighth inning that drove In the tie-breaking run as the Atlanta Braves edged the Padres. "I just didn't want to hit into a double play," Virgil said after his third namewinning RBI of the year. It came after Atlanta loaded the bases on walks to Dale Murphy and Bob Homer, a sacrifice by Ken Oberkfell and an Intentional walk to Rafael Ramirez. "Ramirez Is a contact hitter and you've got two shots at Virgil — strikeout or hit into a double play, said Harry Dunlop, the acting San Diego manager in the absence of Steve Boros, who was In Spokane, Wash., for his daughter's wedding. "He did a good piece of hitting to get a fly ball. It was a good pitch." "That was the only move they had," Virgil said of the intentional walk. "But I liked it. I was just up there trying to drive in that run. 1 knew there.was no place to put me." The loser was Tim Stoddard, 1-3, who walked Murphy and Homer, bringing on Craig Lefferts. Murphy easily scored the winning run ahead of Marvelle Wynne's throw, which was slightly off-line. Gene Garber, 4-1, the fourth Atlanta pitcher, got the final four outs for the victory after allowing a two-run single to Garry Templeton in the top of the eighth that tied the score. Murphy's three-run homer highlighted a string of five consecutive hits with two out In the fifth inning as Atlanta took a 4-1 lead. Pitcher Craig McMurtry, seeking his first victory as a starter since Sept. 3, 1984, started the rally with a slow bouncer that the Padres allowed to roll until it hit the third base bag for an. infield hit. Claudell Washington singled McMurtry to third and Omar Moreno's single tied

the score. Murphy then hit his 12th home run of the season over'the center-field fence and Homer doubled before Oberkfell grounded out. It was only the third setback In the last 11 games for the Padres, who began play 1M games from the top in the National League West and two games ahead of the fourth-place Braves. McMurtry scattered 10 hits in 7 1-3 Innings, walked none and fanned four. Jeff Dedmon, Paul Assenmacher and Garber all relieved In the eighth, when San Diego scored three times on Kevin McReynolds' RBI single and Templeton's bases-loaded hit. Astros 6, Dodgers 0 HOUSTON — Major-league strikeout leader Mike Scott pitched a two-hitter and equaled his career high by fanning 11 to lead the Houston Astros to victory over the Los Angeles Dodgers. Scott, 7-5, raised his season total to a career-high 148 strikeouts. The Dodgers managed only three baserunners against the right-hander, who retired the last 16 batters in pitching his second shutout and second complete game of the season. Ken Landreaux had both Los Angeles hits, singles In the first and fourth innings and another Dodger reached on an error. Jerry Beuss, 2-6, was the loser, going five innings and yielding all the Houston runs on eight hits. Bill Doran put the Astros ahead 1-0 in the first Inning with his fifth home run of the season. Houston added a pair of runs in the second after consecutive singles by Kevin Bass, Jose Cruz and Dickie Thon loaded the bases. John Mizerock hit into a double play as Bass scored and Scott singled Cruz home. Bass hit his 10th home run in the fourth to make it 4-0 and Doran scored on third baseman Enos Cabell's throwing error in the fifth. Doran singled, stole second and went to third on a grounder.

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ALL WET—New York Mets1 Darryl Strawberry uses a towel in the dugout while waiting for a rain delay in Chicago's Wrigley Field yesterday. The game was eventually rained out and will be played as part of a doubleheader on Aug. 6.

GOLF Dale Douglass fights to keep Senior lead COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Dale Douglass' golf game required some first aid, but through two rounds of the U.S. Senior Open, the rest of the field may be In the emergency ward. "(My game) was bleeding out there all day long and I was looking for something to stop It," said Douglass after a second round 72 left him with the threeshot lead he held yesterday at the start of the round. "It was an upand-down day. But the key is I still feel good about how I'm playing." The 1-over-par 72 left Douglass, who shot an Open firstround record 66 Thursday, at 4under 138 through 36 holes. In his two previous victories on the Senior Tour, he has led from start to finish. "I'd rather lead late on Sunday evening," joked Douglass. "But If you're in the lead and playing well, (the rest of the field) will have to play better than you do In order to pass you." One of Douglass' closest pursuers, Ken Still, said, "I don't think anybody in the tournament is playing Dale Douglass. On this golf course, he has shot two tremendous rounds.... There's no need to keep an eye on him right now. With four or five holes to go, maybe three or four of us will get Involved and start playing him match play. But if you start watching him now, you're going to get out of your game plan." l

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The 60-year-old rookie on the PGA. Seniors Tour, with two start-to-finish tournament victories to his credit this season, had a three-stroke advantage over Jim Ferree and Still. Ferree and Still were at 1-under 141 after shooting identical scores of 72 In the second round and 69 In the opening round over the 6,709-yard course. . . Douglass to the Senior Tour's third leading money-winner, despite missing the first three tournaments because he had not yet turned 60. Host pro Walker Inman shot an Open second-round record,of 67 to move into a tie for fourth with Chuck Workman,. Bruce Crampton, and Harold Henntng at even-par 142. Inman's 4-under 67 was one of two subpar rounds all day.' Lee Elder, who started the day in second place after a first-round 68, lapsed to a 4-over 76 and stood at 143, five shots off Douglass' pace. He was joined at 143 by Bob Toski. ' At 144 came two-time defending champion Miller Barber, who finished his round with an eagle-2 on the 18th hole, Peter Thomson, Gary Player, Gay Brewer, and Buck Adams: ASSOCIATED F

we're at TSB* white 1n*a m » r t J U 8 T 8 H O f l T ~ S«™*" P a l m w ""••• • « • * H * * * a birdie putt 146 came Chi Chi Rodriguez, Doug Just short of the mark on the eighth hole in yesterday's second Sanders, Qulnton Gray, James round of the LPGA Mayflower Classic In Indianapolis. She carded Hatfleld, and Gordon Jones. a 68 and leads at 8-under par.

INDI AN APOLIS (AP)—Sandra Palmer, chasing her first-victory since 1882 and her 21st overall, shot her second consecutive 4under-par 68 yesterday to take a three-stroke lead over Jan Stephenson after the second round of the 72-hole LPGA Mayflower Classic golf tournament. "I played almost flawless for 14 holes and then I kind of faltered," said Palmer, who at 46 to playing on the Tour for the 23rd year. "It's real windy today and I'm just trying to play the golf course. I don't care, really, what anyone else to doing.". Defending champion Alice Miller was third at 140 in the battle for the 162,600 top prize. Miller, who won last year by a tournament-record six strokes, followed her opening round 69 on the 6,186-yard, par-72 Country Club of Indianapolis course with a 71. Stephenson, who began the day In a tie with Palmer, began with a birdie but never mounted a solid charge as she had a 71 with three birdies, two bogies and 13 pare. "I'm real disappointed again," said Stephenson, who complained about her putting. "I feel I should have had two 66s. I'm playing so well from tee to green. Judy Dickinson, the winner of last week's Tour stop, Hall of Famer Kathy Whitworth and Rosie Jones were another stroke back in a tie for fourth at 141. Whitworth, the winner of 88

LPGA events, moved into the title i chase with a 68, shooting a, 2under 34 over her final nine. "This to as close as I've been to contention this year. Today was encouraging for me," said Whitworth, who started the day with seven pars and a bogey before; recording two straight birdies. "I', hit the ball really well. I putted' pretty good." Seven other women, including 1984 champion Ayako Okamoto of Japan, were tied at 2-under 142. Second-year-pro Marcl Bozarth, who helped Texas Christian capture the 1983 NCAA title, moved Into the group at 142 with a 68. Bonnie Lauer, Barb Thomas, Betsy Barrett and Chris Johnson also had 142 for 36 holes. , ' Beth Daniel also was at 142 after an unusual par round that Included four birdies, a double bogey, an eagle and only eight pars. Palmer, who began the day stroke behind Debbie Massey, had birdies from 10 and 6 feet on her first two holes Friday. She moved to 8-under for the tournament by sinking birdie putts of 12 and 8 feet on the fifth and six holes. The leader moved to 9-under when she left a 9-tron shot about a foot from the cup on the 329yard, par 4 No. 11 and tapped it in for a birdie. She was still 9 under after 14 holes followingthree consecutive pars.

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>gers fedead SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) i— Don Rogers, the Cleveland •towns' free safety and the American Football Cone's 1084 Defensive i of the Year, died yesof cardiac arrest, authorities said. *>Siogers, 23, the Browns' No. tlfraft choice In 1984 and the jbajnatay of their defensive secondary, died at 4:31 p.m. JPDT at Mercy San Juan Hospl!t a 1, s a i d hospital kswoman Connie Huff. : said he was brought to the l by ambulance, and a short while later, but to provide details of the death.

WIMBLEDON, England (AP) — How the seeded players fared yesterday in the Wimbledon tennis chambeing played at the All Lawn Tennis and Croquet deeding* in parentheses):

Boris Becker (4), West Germany, def. Tom OuUikson, Palm Coast, Fla., 6-4, 6-3, 6-2. Thin? Bound Ivan Lendl (1), Czechoslovakia, def. Amos Mansdorf, Israel, 6-2,6-4,6-4. Ramesh Krishnan, India, def. Joakim Nyitrom (6), Sweden, 6-7 (6-8), 6-2, 7-6 (8-6), 6-4. Tim Mayotte (10), Springfield, Mass., def. Tomas Smld, Czechoslovakia, 6-4, 6-2, 2-6, 6-2.

Donna O'Ray-King, a spokeswoman for the Sacramento County Coroner's office, said initial reports indicated there was apparently no drug involvement in the d«ath. "That's not what we were told. We won't know until we do an autopsy." < There were unconfirmed reports that Rogers was to be married Saturday in Sacramento. The 6-foot-l, 206-pound Rogers, a native of Texarkana, ;Ark., who grew up in Sacra mento, attended Notre Del Rio High School and attended UCLA, where he was a standput safety for the Bruins. His brother, Reggie, plays football for the University of ••Washington and his sister, Jackie, plays basketball at Oregon State. Rogers was Cleveland's 18th pick overall in 1984. He played In. 16 games and started 14 as k rookie. '.;:In his first regular-season Igame at Seattle that year, he [forced a fumble and made a •game-high 12 tackles. • - -In four years at UCLA, he 'averaged over 100 tackles per 'season, and he was second in the PAC-10 with seven interceptions as a senior. I In 1985, he was third on the iteam, behind linebackers Tom iCousineau and Eddie Johnson, ;with 109 tackles, including 83 [solos and 26 assists. ; He had one interception in reach of his two seasons with Browns.

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Second Bound Martina Navratilova (1), Fort Worth, Texas, def. Jane Forman, Providence, R.I., 6-0, 6-4. Claudia Kohde-Kllsch (4), West Germany, def. Alycla Moulton, Sacramento, Calif., 6-2, 6-2. Manuel* Maleeva (8), Bulgaria, def. Susan Mascarin, Grosse Pointe Shores, Mich., 6-4, 7-6 (8-6). Gabriel* Sabatlnl (10), Argentina, def. Catherine Suite, France, 6-3,6-3. Catarina Lindqvlst (IB), Sweden, def. Helen Kelesi, Canada, 6-3, 3-6, 6-1.

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Virgil takes Long Branch wres By JIM HINTEIMANN The Register LONG BRANCH — Wrestling coach Chuck Rutan developed an outstanding program at Long Branch High School before retiring this spring, and new coach Tyrone Virgil expects to keep it going. Virgil, who was hired as head coach by the Long Branch Board of Education last week, was an assistant coach under Rutan

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lily is just around the corner. That means three things are looming on horizon: The Liberty cel. hotter weather and football. » Would you believe that the first game W the season will be played Aug. 2? •Doesn't it seem like yesterday that the ^Chicago Bears deflated the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl? i" Training camp will be in full swing by ithe fotlrth week of July, and already BFL followers are asking "can anybody atop-the Bears?" I. Yep, it's time for this year's dynasty. ;G«Dy gosh, the Bears were so dominant Wtyear, there is just no way the rest of the league could have caught up in Just a few months, right? -You are wrong, goal-line-stand breath. i Three Super Bowls ago, the Los \ngeles Raiders pounded the Washingim Redskins In the (until last January) Attest margin of victory in the Roman ' leral series. That was it, they all . A Raider dynasty. I following season, the Los Angeles were replaced by their West Coast „ ibor, the San Francisco 49ers, as lie" top team. The Niners hung the Jolphins out to dry In the Super Bowl, Vice again setting records in the process. ?That was it, they all said. A 49er dynasty. -.niter the Bears and forget the Miners. Chicago rolled over everybody In 1086 (matching the San Francisco SwJANKOWSKI, Paga12A

last year and is familiar with the wrestlers who will return next year. "I'm very happy to be taking over," Virgil said. "But we have a lot of work to do. I have seven lettermen coming back, including Sam Cole (116) and Tom George (188), but I don't have any more Skovcs." Virgil was alluding to the Skove family which contributed to the Green Wave wrestling program for nearly 20 years. Cole was the NJSIAA state champion at 116 pounds and finished with a 32-2 record. George was one of the better

wrestlers In his weight class. Virgil was a 1079 graduate of Neptune High School where he posted a 20-4-1 record in his senior year. He was 61-16-1 for his varsity career. Virgil, who wrestled at 122 pounds as a senior, won his weight class in the District 23, Neptune Classic and Wall Tournament.! He was named Most Outstanding Wrestler at the Wall Tournament and was a Daily Register first team All-County selection. Virgil attended Bethune Cookman College in Florida but didn't wrestle there. The

post Long Branch Job is his first as head coach. Long Branch had a 10-4 record last year against some of the top wrestling schools in the state, and Virgil plans to have a similar schedule next year. "We'll be competing in the Neptune Classic and the Elizabeth Minuteman Classic," Virgil said. "The "B" North will also be tough with Freehold Township and Matawan moving down." The Branchers are the defending "B" North champions.

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Bean has trouble, but goes up by 1 OAKVILLE, Ontario (AP) — Andy Bean, despite some difficulty with short putts, managed another 69 and took a one-shot lead yesterday after the second round of the Canadian Open Golf Championship. "It could have been a real good round," said Bean, who missed four times from six feet or less. Bean said his 3-under-par effort "wasn't bad... I'll take a couple of more just like it, but if I keep having putts at it from that distance, I'm going to shoot a really good round before it's over." Bean, a two-time winner already this season, completed two trips over the Glen Abbey Golf Club in suburban Toronto in 138, six under par. Paul Azlnger was alone in second at 139 after a hard-won 69 that came in much more difficult conditions — 40 mph winds, driving rain and chilly temperatures produced by a two-hour squall.

"It was nasty out - there, miserable," said Azinger, who had his career-high finish in a runner-up spot In the Hawaiian Open earlier this year. "We probably had a bit of a break," said Masters champion Jack Nicklaus who, like Bean, played in after the foul weather passed through. Nicklaus, who won his sixth Masters earlier this season, birdied two of his last three holes for a 69 that put him at 143. "I've got to hurry up and get close," Nicklaus said, a wry reference to his seven runnerup finishes in this national championship, a title that has eluded him. "Five shots back with two rounds to play isn't too much. I'm very pleased with the way I'm playing," he said. Ernie Gonzalez and Tour rookie Davis Love III were two shots off the pace at the tournament halfway point at 140.

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MISSED BIRDIE — Paul Azlnger of Bradenton, Fla.. reacts to a missed birdie chip shot on the second hole yesterday's Canadian Open. Andy Bean grabbed a one-stroke lead after two days of play in Oakvllle, Ontario.

Contrasting styles matched in Cup play By BARRY WILNER AP Sports Writer MEXICO CITY — While Carlos Bilardo of Argentina and Franz Beckenbauer of West Germany deflect the glory of their team's World Cup success to the players, it is clear that both coaches deserve Just as much credit. Argentina meets West Germany tomorrow for the world soccer championship. For the Argentines, star striker Diego Maradona has been the major weapon. For the Germans, a rugged style and solid team

concept have done the trick. Bilardo and Beckenbauer both took over teams in disarray. Neither has enjoyed much media support at home and have been criticized by players on the national squads, as well as those who did not make the Cup roster. Juan Barber, who is not here, once called the Argentine coach "a coward." Defender Jose Batista, one of Argentina's best performers here, was so Incensed at being replaced in the middle of a warmup game that he threatened to quit. Batista said he stayed only because "of my respect for my teammates."

Given the chance to respond to such criticisms after, his team beat Belgium 2-0 to make the finals, Bilardo refused. "I was taught never to look back, and that's something I have transmitted to my players," he said. "Our country is never going to get itself together if we Insist on looking back." Bilardo, a star midfielder in the late 1960s, coached the Colombian national team In 1982. He returned to Argentina in 1983 and took over as national coach after Cesar Menotti resigned. See CUP, Page12A

OCEANPORT — Woodcrest's Storm and Sunshine and Kentucky Blue Stables' Fighter Fox, winners of the split divisions of the Miss Woodford Stakes here on opening day, head a field of 10 in the $58,120 Grade III Post-Deb Stakes this afternoon at Monmouth Park. The Post-Deb, a one mile and 70 yard test for 3-year-old fillies, is the ninth race on a 10-race program. Post time for the first race is 1:30 p.m. Storm and Sunshine won a division of the Colleen Stakes and then finished third to Later Show in the $200,000 Grade II Sorority Stakes at Monmouth Park last year. She has never been out of the money in six career starts, winning four races and finishing third twice, for earnings of $111,703. The Thomas J. Kelly-trained Kentucky-bred missed the track record here on opening day by Just threefifths of a second. This will be her first race around two turns. Craig Perret, who rode her on opening day, will again be aboard. Fighter Fox, conditioned by Leroy Jolley, has three wins, three seconds and three thirds from 11 career starts and winnings of $116,360. This will be her longest race on the main track. Herb McCauley rides at 113 pounds. Trainer Jolley Is optimistic about her chances. "This seems like the right spot for her," he said. "She likes the track, which is obvious from her last start and she's trained real well. She's had experience around two turns (on the turf last year), which should help. Bright View Farm's Act of Magic, who finished second to Lazer Show In last year's Sorority, might upset'the top pair. Trainer Gary Contessa likes her chances. "Act of Magic is bred to go long and should do fine at this distance," he said.

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Week in Review NO 7-UP, PEPSI Philip Morris

withdrew its $380 million offer to seU Seven-Up to PepsiCo, following a vote by the Federal Trade Commission to block that sale and Coca Cola's plan to purchase Dr Pepper. Philip said it will seek another buyer while Coca Cola said it will fight the FTC on its injunction. HIGH TECH, ADIEU The i n corporation acknowledged rumors that It may sell its t e l e communications division to Compagnie Generate Electricite, owned by the French government. Expected to go for about $2 billion, the sale would mark a major change for ITT, famous for its high-tech phone equipment and previously known as International Telephone & Telegraph Corporation.

SENATE SAYS OKAY The us. Senate voted overwhelmingly In favor of the proposed tax-simplification biU, which would cut the top tax rate for individuals to 27 percent from 50 percent and eliminate a number of tax shelters along with the deductions for Individual Retirement Accounts. A conference committee of Senate and House of Representatives members will meet next month to attempt to hammer out differences In their respective tax bills. FINALLY FINAL AT&T settled a 20-day strike with 165,000 workers from Communications Workers of America, the company's largest union. Both sides said the new "employment security package," guaranteeing retraining and transfer rights for dls1 workers, was a landmark for

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FRUEHAUF BROUHAHA New York Investor Asher Edelman raised his hostile bid for Fruehauf Corp. II above the company's own offer of $48.60 per share for a leveraged buyout. The Detroit-based car parts and truck trailer maker valued its bid, intended to thwart Edelman, at $1 billion. BROKER INDICTMENT A federal grand Jury Indicted Shearson. Lehman Brothers, a former Philadelphia-based Shearson sales manager and broker, and six others on charges of laundering profits from an illegal gambling ring allegedly, run by five of the men.

BUYING TIMES Times Mirror Co.

announced it will sell the Dallas Times Herald newspaper to MedlaNews Group, of Woodbury, for $ 110 million. Times Mirror owns the Los Angeles Times and the Hartford Courant and last month agreed to acquire the Baltimore Sun newspapers for $600 million, MediaNews owns 21 small newspapers and is partly-owned by Richard B. Scudder, of Middletown.

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Ameritech received approval from a federal Judge to produce its telephone equipment overseas. The decision opens up new markets for the AT&T splnoff, which is prohibited from selling its phone equipment in the U.S. since the break up of the Bell companies.

NOT ASSOCIATED YET May Department Stores Company made a hostile tender of $60 per share for Associated Dry Goods Corporation, apparently to pressure Associated into accepting May's earlier $66 per share stock swap offer.

HUNTS FILE SUIT The Hunt

family of Texas sued 23 banks in the U.S. and Canada, charging their creditors with a "conspiracy to destroy" the Hunts. The family said it has fallen behind in payments on its $1.6 billion in loans and that its creditors have refused to restructure those loans despite regional problems with falling oil prices.

COSTS OF HEALTH National

Medical Enterprises Inc., a national health care concern, said falling occupany rates at hospitals have led it to restructure itself in a plan that will result in about $53 million In writeoffs and charges.

G'DAY, HARRAH'S Harrah's Corp. said it will run the first gambling casino In Australia, paying $25 million fqr 10 percent ownership In the venture.

BIGGEST DEBTOR The United

States became the nation with the largest debts last year, the U.S. Commerce Department announced Tuesday. Surpassing Brazil and Mexico for the lead, the U.S. had debts totalling $107.4 billion.

MAKING CHANGES Tenneco

Inc. said It will shed Its insurance division In a $1.6 billion sale to ICH Corp., of Louisville. Tenneco agreed to sell the division in order to cushion against losses because of falling oil and gas prices. —Compiled by Frances Lyimn

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Lower costs lure N.Y. firms By FRANCES LYNAM The Register

When Peat, Marwick, Mitchell A Co. went searching for additional office space in Manhattan last year, It got help from Mayor Koch's office and a number of real estate experts. Then it decided to move to Montvale, New Jersey. "We needed to bring five different offices in Manhattan under one roof and we Just couldn't do it cost effectively in New York City," says John Higglns, Peat Marwick spokesman. Like the nation's second largest accounting firm, which is moving its executive offices and operations to Montvale this autumn, a number of wellknown, billiondollar corporations recently chose to relocate in New Jersey. Some corporations, such as Manhattan Corp. and Paine Webber Group Inc., are moving their back-office operations here, while others, such as Merrill Lynch Co. Inc. and Hertz Corporation, are relocating their worldwide headquarters. The move by prominent firms to New Jersey Is having a snowball effect, experts say. "Companies seem to be moving out of New York City left and right and New Jersey seems to be getting the lion's share," says Rob Black, a commercial real estate broker for Coldwell Banker. "As more companies relocate, more will follow suit." Other major firms, of course, are relocating to suburbs of New York and Connecticut. But experts say the trend towards moving corporate offices to New Jersey is equally popular, if not more so. Why now and why New Jersey? Cost and availability of commercial real estate ranks as the top reason, followed by a lower crime rate and a better educated work force, reports "Crossing the Hudson," a 10-year study of 62 manufacturers relocating their operations from New York City to New Jersey between 1974 and 1984. The New York Interface

Development Project, an independent research group, conducted the study. * "Most companies surveyed said they moved to New Jersey because of conveniently located and moderately priced space," says Amy Colllngs, spokeswoman for the state Department of Commerce and Economic Development. Merrill Lynch decided in 1984 to move to Princeton because "it was 50 percent less costly to do business here than in New York," says Harry Ferguson, spokesman for the company. The financial services relocated "all of the operations that didn't require a location in the city to do business," he says. Merrill Lynch employs 1,600 workers at the 276-acre site, which opened in September with 1 million square feet of office space, more than five times the size of an average department store. "The bottom line Is that it costs less outside of New York City. Taxes are lower and you can get new office space for less money," says Kevin Egan, associate publisher of Black's Guide, a Tinton Falls-based publication that tracks commercial real estate availability and costs nationwide. "There are other benefits, too, Egan says. "For employees, there's less commuting and better parking. Working outside the city creates less wear and tear on employees." Another reason for the recent increase In relocations may have to do with the economy, says Edward Snow, spokesman of National Residential Valuation Service, Inc., a Deerfield, IU.-based company retained by corporations considering relocating their top executives.

•PMt.Mwwiek* Mitchell, Inc., 27 acres, Montvale, for executive: and back operations offices. Target date: Late fall 1986. Number of employees: 600. Square footage: 240,000. Hertz Corporation, 14.5 acres. Park Ridge, for worldwide headquarters. Target date: September 1987. Emplovees: 550. Square footage: 220,568. Paine Webber. Group Inc. 60 acres, Weehawken, for back office operations. Target date: August.' iloyees: 2,500. 714,000/

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"Interest rates are down and home sales are rising dramatically," Snow says. "Companies wanting to move a top executive may be doing now what they've been postponing for a long time." Most corporate relocations don't result In consolidations, the "Crossing the Hudson" study suggests.

I Chase Manhattan Corp., 310 acres, Holmdel, for back office operations. Target date: Fall 1990. Employees: 300 to 1,000. Square footage: undetermined. REGISTER GRAPHIC

Gimmickmakers net $475 mil on Lady Liberty souvenirs

Robert J. Oberst

Some decry commercialization of nation's symbol By JOHN POMFRET Associated Press

Make security primary for lump sum payments If you are Hearing retirement age or changing Jobs and are eligible to receive a lump sum distribution from your company's retirement plan, you can reduce the tax liability with proper planning. Tax experts agree that when receiving a lump sum distribution people basically have two ways to reduce their tax bite; pay the taxes now using 10year forward averaging or roll the money into an IRA. There is really no set formula for deciding between these two options, only the client's personal situation. Congress may end the 10year forward averaging option when it settles on a final tax reform package. A lump sum distribution from a company pension plan is the largest amount of money many employees ever will have at one time. Therefore, their primary consideration in retirement planning is security. In dealing with a large sum of money, expertise in managing it is eaually vital.

I Merrill Lynch » Co. Inc., 275 acres, Princeton, for world headquarters Including corporate training center, hotel and office complex. Opened: September 1985. Number of employees: 1,600 with capacity of 4,500. Office space: 1 million square feet.

' have to pay the tax at retirement as you draw upon the funds. In choosing a rollover, it's important to follow a few easy rules. First, after taking receipt of the money, you have 60 days in which to roll it over into an IRA before incurring any tax penalties. If you already have an existing self-directed IRA, you can combine the distribution with the funds already in the account and continue making contributions to this account, which now becomes an IRA-combined. Keep in mind, however, that when pooling lump-sum distributions with deductible IRA distributions you waive the right to roll the funds back Into another qualified plan In the future. If you don't plan on receiving your distribution all at once, the IRS recently established a new ruling allowing you to rollover a "partial distribution" into an IRA as long as the amount distributed is at least 60 percent of the total.

Therefore, an attractive alternative to 10-year forward averaging is a rollover. A selfdirected rollover allows you to roll over your lump sum distribution into either a new IRA (IRA-rollover) or combine it with your existing IRA account (IRA-combined). After depositing the funds into an IRA account, you and your financial advisor then can select the most appropriate financial investments.

Whether you decide on an IRA-combined or a separate IRA-rollover, by choosing a self-directed account you'll have a wide selection of Investment options. Your earnings will accrue tax deferred and you'll have the satisfaction of knowing you've put your money to work for your retirement.

The advantage of a selfdirected IRA-rollover is that you can diversify your account to Include conservative investments such as bank CD's as well as more aggressive ones. And, like a regular IRA, all earnings on your lump sum distribution in the account are tax deferred. That's tax-deferred, not tax- free. You will

Dr. Robert J. Oberst, Sr., Is • Certified Financial Planner and president of R. J. Oberst, 8r. and Associates, Red Bank. National publication* sack as "Money" magazine and "Sylvia Porter's Personal Finance" often report his views on now to handle personal finance.

NEW YORK — From G-strings to Tiffany watches, boxer shorts to Harley Davidsons, the Statue of Liberty and her centennial have spawned about 2,000 products. "Everybody wants a piece of Liberty," said Etienne Philonenko, a French immigrant and codesigner of a trendy triangular pin depicting the statue's head. "She's all dressed up and ready for the big party." She's dressed in various fashions. On one poster she's a rock star, a huge green earring dangling from her ear. On a T-shirt, she's a teddy bear with a torch. As a 3-inch gumby doll, her demeanor is that of a stern mother. And as a 7-foot, green plexiglass statue, she resembles a pugnacious child, her face framed in French ringlets. Officials estimate that by April 1987, sales from Liberty-related souvenirs will reach $500 million. About 120 million, a small percentage of sales from "official" souvenirs, will go to the Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation Inc., while a lesser undisclosed amount will goto the FrenchAmerican Statue of Liberty Centenary, which is sponsoring a traveling American exhibition on Lady Liberty and sending the rest of its proceeds to a private museum in Paris. About 1,200 companies, including a whip and chain manufacturer, approached the foundation, asking for the official seal. Of these, approximately 800 products from 100 manufacturers were designated official commerative items, said Cheryl Peralta, spokeswoman for Hamilton Projects, the licensing agent for the foundation. "We were very selective," she said. "We wanted things with class." The foundation has taken several businesses to court, alleging that they stole the logo and falsely claimed they were helping the restoration project, said Bernice Yu, an attorney for the foundation. Some $475 million, will go to profit-minded manufacturers and middlemen. Such interests have been after the Statue of Liberty's moneymaking prospects almost since 1886, when

••Everybody wants a piece of Liberty. •• Etienne Philonenko Co-dasigner, Lady Liberty pin

Frederic Auguste Bartholdi, the statue's designer, attempted and failed to copyright the image of Lady Liberty. The statue has been in the public domain and open to use by anyone. Ms. Peralta said the use of the statue as a money-making device is one of the things that, makes this country great. < "That's part ofthe celebration," she said. "We live in a free-market system that rewards creativity." Philonenko echoed her remarks. "The festival presented a challenge to do something sharp, something that would catch on," said Philonenko, who along with his partner, Daniel Lonergan, an immigrant from Australia, designed the pin. "It makes strong the entreprenurial spirit." Hawkers on the street also supported the claim. "She's putting food in my mouth," said Narayan Hendre, an Indian immigrant, who along with his wife, Jayar, hawk foam rubber replicas of the statue's spiked crown. "You can make $ 100 a day, but you have to work," he said as he stood near Astor Place, selling the crowns for 12. Regardless of historical precendents, some disagree with the statue's commercialization. "I felt like I was robbing people blind," said Billy McMullen, who worked for six months licensing statue-related products. "None of these manufacturers or licensing agents really cares about the centennial cel-1 ebration. They Just want to bilk the bucks from an unsuspecting public." . 'c But Peralta said, "You have to look beyond the products to their meaning. What we're selling today will be tomorrow's heirlooms. People want to buy souvenirs to support the monument and to remember. Patriotism is in." •u

Trade deficit worsens in May WASHINGTON — The nation's merchandise trade deficit widened to 114.2 biUion In May from $12.1 billion the month before, with agricultural imports surpassing exports for the first time in more than two decades, the government said yesterday. Analysts said a recent decline in major grain exports, partly due to a worldwide wheat surplus, contributed to the unexpected agricultural shortfall. Agricultural trade has traditionally been one of the few categories in the trade report to consistently show strong U.S. surpluses. The Commerce Department report showed that, once again, the turnaround in the trade deficit expected from a weakening U.S. dollar

has yet to materialize. "In the second half of the year, the effectsof a lower dollar will help to improve the deficit. However, a pickup in the pace of foreign economic growth is necessary to bring worldtrade into better balance," said Commerce Secretary Malcolm Baldrige. Private economists echoed Baldrlge's comments. "The world market isn't going anywhere. Basically, nobody's buying," said David Wyss,senior financial economist for Data Resources: Inc., a private economic consulting firm, "The rest of the world is still very sluggish. There:*-.* nobody to sell to." . .

CONSUMER SATURDAY, JUNE 28,1!WO

Capital gains change hits investors arket headed upward | Last week I dealt with stock ijidex options, one of the factors that has contributed to the tremendous fluctuations lately in t le stock market. These swing* w » i > similiar movement in the bond market Justifiably have given many investors reasons to R j Remember, though, that the overall direction of these markets Continues to be up. i While investors understandably «(re questioning whether opportunity for gains still exist in the stock market, keep in mind several influential variables that continue to push the market high | Interest rates, for example, are still falling. Consequently, people iplth money in certificates of deDosit (CD's) and money market accounts are searching for higher ^eliding alternatives. Their Interest Is one factor that continues to drive the stock market Shead. i Moreover, a close look at the dvitall economy and financial market reveals that investors ijave more and better choices than they may think. The key is the good news on the inflation front. : The recent plunge in oil prices lias helped push the underlying V.&. inflation rate down to less (nan 3 percent. But other factors are at work as well. Shearson tehman Brothers senior economist Gary Leahey, explains that "In the 1960s and early 1970s both Democratic and Republican administrations went after lower unemployment at the cost of higher inflation. Now the trade-off is reversed. As long as policymakers »nd public are satisfied with unemployment at current levels of 6%-7%, lpw inflation can be maintained." U>w inflation translates into high' real, that is, inflation-adjusted, rates of return for Investors in fixed-income securities. Trie real rate of return is a much more important figure than the stated, or nominal, interest rate of a security. Real rate of return is the actual increase in. your purchasing power and is derived by subtracting the effect of inflation from the yield on a security. An easy way to calculate a general measure of real rate of return is to subtract the year-to-year change in the Consumer Price Index from the yield for 30-year Treasury bonds. Currently, with Treasury long bonds yielding about 7.5 percent and inflation at 3 percent, the real rate of return is 4.5 percent. Considering that traditionally this real return has been 2-3 percent, it's obvious that investors in longterm bonds are acutually doing quite well. It's true that shortterm debt securities, such as sixmonth CDs and money market funds, are yeilding lessm in the 6-6.5 percent rangem for a real rate of return of around 3-3.5 percent, Just on the high side of the historical range. The lower yeilds on short-term investments provide a persuasive reason to move into Treasury, corporate or municipal bonds with longer maturities, say, six years and more. Investors may purchase either individual bonds or mutual funds and unit trusts that hold such securities in their portfolios. And they can "go long" today with more confidence that inflation and interest rates will stay relatively low, thus preserving their capital, than was the case over much of the past decade. As for stocks, many investment analysts, believe 1986 will be a relatively better year for equities than for bonds despite the long bull market. Clearly, individual stock selection is much more important now than it was a couple of years ago when stocks in most industries were appreciating. The opportunities exist, but for most investors they will be harder to find. In such an environment, it is risky to go it alone. Savvy investors will stick to equity mutual funds with solid performance records or, if they wish to buy individual stocks, rely on an experienced financial consultant or broker backed by a first-rate research staff. Chris Gelling Is a financial consultant for Shearson Lehman Brothers in Bed Bank. HI* column on investments appeals weekly.

Editor's note: This is the sixth part in a nine-part tax fries. A stunner in the Senate Finance Committee bill as It stands today would repeal the special tax break for long-term capital gains — a benefit that has been in effect for more years than most of us can count. This bombshell provision would hit millions of us all over the nation who own stocks, bonds, real estate and literally scores of other items. The special tax break has generally applied to long-term capital gains (property held more than six months). It has, of course, translated into a favorable lower tax rate on capital gains. Under today's tax law, only 40 percent of long-term capital gains are subject to tax. With a top tax rate of 50 percent, long-term capital gains are taxed at a maximum rate of 20 percent. That's the absolute maximum; most taxpayers pay less.

Sylvia Porter Here's how It figures: Take 40 percent of your long-term capital gain and add that to your other income. Since the top tax rate today is 60 percent, the top tax would be 20 percent. If your top tax rate with the capital gain added is 30 percent, the tax on your capital gain would be effectively 12 percent. The net result is that long-term capital gain has always been one of the tax law's major lures. ' But if the provision in the Senate Finance Bill remains un-

changed in the tax law's final version, it would call for dramatically different tax and Investment techniques on your part, emphasizes Ell J. Warach, senior vice president of Prentice-Hall Information Services. First, says Warach, you must understand that the capital gains rules themselves would not be entirely changed. What would be repealed Is the way those gains are taxed. The rate structure for capital gains — long- or short-term — would be parallel to the general rates. In brief, the maximum tax on capital gains would be 27 percent in 1987. (The new proposed ordinary income rates are 15 percent and 27 percent.) To illustrate, let's use the 27 percent rate. Comparing a 20 percent top tax, on long-term capital gains to a 27 percent top

tax, It's easy to see that many people from coast to coast would be paying 35 percent (from 20 percent to 27 percent) more In long-term capital gains tax. But there's more to the tale than this. For instance, short-term gains also would be taxed at the same rate as long-term capital gains. That can turn Into a real bonanza. You may wind up paying 46 percent less than you are paying right now! One result: There would be no tax Incentive to hold on to, say, shares of stock for a longer period of time. There would be no tax advantage in long-term capital gains as compared to short-term capital gains. Keep in mind, though: These changes probably would not become effective (If they do become law) until 1987. This gives you ample time to make your plans,

assuming you are informed. This 1 is the key objective of this tax series now. Under any and all circumstances, keep the basic economic realities in mind and let these realities dictate your moves. Taxea are Important — but they are not the single most important factor and they never should be. You cannot begin to handle properly any capital gains you accumulate unless you keep the basic economic realities in mind. Only at that point are you prepared to learn the techniques that will benefit you most. All the forces come together to make sense but not until you are ready to make the sense. The economic advance is now mature — In duration and in depth. When an advance reaches the stage that the rebound of the mid-1980s already has achieved, it becomes increasingly vulnerable.

Japanese toymakers fight over Barbie dolls By TEHRIL JONES Associated Press

TOKYO — The Barbie doll failed when it was Introduced to Japan in the 1960s, but the long-time American favorite has become a hot item in the '80s. And that success has produced a bitter legal battle between Japan's two biggest toymakers, which are in court trading charges of unfair competition and breach of faith. Takara Ltd., Japan's No. 2 toy manufacturer, is suing a Joint venture between Mattel, Barbie's American maker, and the Japanese toymaker Bandai Co. Ltd. Takara had sold Barbie dolls, altered to Japanese children's taste, under license from Mattel from 1982. But Mattel abruptly terminated that agreement in January, because It felt Takara was not trying hard enough to sell other Mattel toys, and was leaking Mattel secrets to another American toymaker. Now Takara claims Mattel and archrival Bandai cloned their new Barbie doll from the Barbie that Takara spent 19 months and 100 million yen, about $590,000, developing. Bandai, Japan's top toymaker, began marketing the Barbie last month through the Joint venture, MA-BA Corp. "It's exactly the same thing as ASSOCIATED PRESS our old Barbie, so we sued under DOLL FIGHT — Will the real Barbie-san doll please say sayonara the Unfair Competition Preven(goodbye)? Two top Japanese toymakers are locked in a legal battle tion Law," says spokesman over rights to produce Barbie dolls under license. Takara Ltd. claims Shusuke Kubota of Takara, which its version of the American doll, left, looks too much like the version changed the name from Barbie to produced by Bandai Co., right, both supposedly different from the. Jenny. American version. Not so, counters Fred Tang,

"It's exactly the

same thing as our old Barbie, so we sued under the Unfair Competition Prevention Law. »» Shutuke Kubota Spokesman. Takara Ltd

managing director for Mattel Asia Ltd. "We promised Takara to make a different doll, and we did," he said in an interview. "If you ask a young girl if they're different she'U say yes. If you ask her if they're similar she'll say yes. There's a kind of similarity: two arms, two lens." After unsuccessful attempts by Mattel in Japan In the 1960s to market its American Barbie, of which 1 million a week now are sold worldwide, Takara developed a Barbie that appealed to Japanese children, with a rounder face, huge eyes and small lips. Takara sold Barbie dolls worth 6.6 billion yen, about $33 million, last year out total sales of 61 billion yen, or $300 million, paying Mattel about 300 million yen, or $1.8 million, in royalties, Kubota says. Takara sold 6 million of the dolls. Things turned sour with Takara's 1984 tieup with Hasbro, the top U.S. toymaker, to market the successful Transformer robot toy series in the United States. Mattel worried that Takara could

leak Mattel secrets to Hasbro, its chief rival. Mattel approached Takara several times from 1983 to '86 to form a Joint venture company to sell* Barbies, but each time Takara refused. Tang said Takara probably cared less about the 4.6 billion yen — $26 million — worth of Barbies it sold In 1984 than the 28 billion yen — $165 million — worth of Transformers it sold to Hasbro the" same year. Kubota insists that Mattel toys i didn't succeed in Japan. "Takara tried — Masters of the Universe, (Verti-Bird) helicopter, pop-up pictures," he says. "But they Just didn't sell." Mattel says Takara didn't try. Figures such as Masters of Universe (He-Man) need stories on television to sell, but "Takara never tried to get it on TV," Tang said. In January, Mattel abruptly ended its agreement with Takara and said it would sell a new Barbie; in Japan. Takara's lawsuit seeks to halt MA-BA's Barbie production. Tang, calling the suit "a lot of nonsense," notes that the newBarbie is one centimeter taller and twists and bends at the waist. Miyuki Ishii, a toy salesclerk at Ginza's Matsuzakaya department store, said; "I can't tell the difference. Jenny seems to be selling better, but not many people seem" to know there's a new Barbie." Takara and Mattel also are sparring over the dolls' ad campaigns. "We especially object to the ad: 'Barbie has come back from America,' " Kubota says. "They make it sound as if our Barbie , wasn't the real one."

6M tells dealers: fix alignment free 30-year mortgage retains advantages over 15-year By TIM KISKA

Knight-Ridder Newspapers

General Motors Corp. is instructing dealers to fix tire and alignment problems on some 1984-, 1985- and 1986-model cars, trucks and vans for free, but the automaker said there is no widespread defect In the vehicles. The problem Involves premature tire wear and covers an estimated 8 million to 10 million GM vehicles built u. i a 1984. A GM spokesman said "less than one percent" of those vehicles have the problem, which is caused primarily by misalignment of the vehicle's suspension. GM said it does not plan to recall the vehicles but has sent bulletins to GM dealers explain-

ing that all-season tires on some vehicles may have to be replaced because of irregular or premature wear. Almost all recent GM cars and most GM vans and pickup trucks are involved, said GM spokesman David Hudgens. "These new, high-traction all-season tires are somewhat more sensitive to misalignment conditions," Hudgens said. "If it happens to you, it will happen fairly early in the life of the car — maybe 7,000 or 8,000 miles. For the most part, we think- it has been corrected at the assembly plant level." The problem, evident by the wearing out of grooves along the edge of the tires, does not affect safety, said Clarence Dltlow, head of the Washington-based Center for Auto Safe-

ty, a safety advocacy group. Hudgens would not say how many vehicles have needed new tires, but said tires have been replaced only "on a small number of cars, primarily 1985s, and some 1986s." There was no estimate on how much the company had paid for the tire replacements and repair work. "The single' most contributing cause of this type of wear, except for abusive driving, is excessive toe-in (where wheels are adjusted so they are closer together at the front than at the back)," said a technical bulletin explaining the problem — and repairs — sent to Oldsmobile dealership service departments last month. ' "Lack of tire rotation and low inflation pressures will also exaggerate this condition."

NEW YORK (AP) — The 16year home mortgage has won a lot of support among homeowners and financial advisers over the past two years, for the obvious reason that it takes only half as long to pay off as the 30-year loan. The latter has been the standard over the past decade, especially in view of relatively high interest rates and huge purchase prices. By amortizing over 30 years instead of 26 or 16 years, payments were kept within budgets. As interest rates fell, however, the 15-year mortgage gained converts. No wonder in some instances a homeowner could trade In a 30-year mortgage for a 16year loan and pay no more on the note each month, thanks to the better terms. But, for several reasons, this seemingly ideal situation may be

less than that. First, a 30-year loan offers more flexibility than a 16-year loan. A15-year mortgage cannot easily be extended to a 30-year note should the homeowner get into a financial bind and need to lower monthly payments. The 30-year loan, however, easily can be reduced to a IB-year note. By holding a 30-year mortgage, the homeowner has the option of making advance payments on the principal. Depending on the amount, the 30-year mortgage can be reduced to 20 years or 15 years or even 10. That necessarily means higher payments, however. The homeowner also has the option of using any extra funds to invest in other ventures, such as the stock market or perhaps In a second home, rather than in reducing the length of the loan.

SOCIAL SECURITY By EILEEN F. SHERIDAN District Manager

I've been reading stories In the newspapers about how Social Security la getting in touch with people who don't return overpayments to Social Security. I don't think that's fair. I get monthly Social Security checks and the amount of say check isn't always the same. Sometimes It's more and sometimes It's less. Like If there's an increase In benefits, the check could be higher. Or if the medical Insurance premium goes up, then the check Is lower. So I don't see how anyone can tell if the check isn't the right amount. Anytime there's a legitimate change in the amount of your Social Security check, you receive written notice from Social Security explaining the reason for the

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change and how it affects your check. However, it's not checks in the wrong amount that is a major problem with overpayments. A big problem is when a beneficiary dies and the family fails to notify Social Security to stop payments. This means the checks continue and if they're not returned to Social Security, this can amount to a great deal of money. Also, if earnings exceed the limit and aren't reported to Social Security, overpayments occur which have to be repaid. These are Just some examples of why it's so important to keep In touch with Social Security and notify it of any change that may affect payments. I get monthly Social Security retirement cheeks and I also have a part-time Job. I'm carious about something. My boss takes Social Security taxes out of my pay. Does this mean I'M ««mlm more Social Security credits? Yes, and this could mean higher

monthly payments for you. Your benefits are automatically refigured when these earnings are credited to your record. If I wait until 66 or 67 to retire, how will this affect my Medicare eligibility? You don't need to retire to get Medicare. You should apply for Medicare at a Social Security office three months before you reach 65. I have to go Into the hospital next week, and I have Medicare coverage. I don't know how long I'll be there. Can you tell me what the amount, are that Medicare does not pay? From the 1st day through the 60th day in each benefit period, Medicare hospital insurance pays for all covered services except the first $492. This is the hospital insurance deductable. From the 61st through the 90th day in a benefit period, hospital insurance pays for all covered services except for $123 a day.

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ANNOUNCING

The Garden State Manor Nursing Home was owned and operated since 1954 by the late Dr. Caspar Zedikian and Dr. Helen Dimitrow. We are happy to announce the associations of Dr. Elias J LeHaf of Matawan and Dr. Issa Le Haf of Holmdel as new partners and owners along with Dr. Helen Dimitrow.

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NEW YORK — The stock market struggled ahead yesterday, churning around record levels as 1 2 * 1 2 * 125*+ 15 interest rates declined again. 1 7 * 17.M 1723- 44 Several stocks involved in 1120 1591 1120+ 27 1111 1247 1111+ .11 takeover news and speculation dominated the day's activity. The Dow Jones average of 30 10.39 1031 10.39+ .10 industrials rose 5.06 to 1,886.26, T i l l 7193 7516+1.26 1697 1171 18 97+ 25 just short of its closing high of 1,886.80 reached three weeks 1S03 14 99 1501+ » 1155 1616 16.55+ .37 earlier. For the week, the average 1112 1102 1111+ .10 posted a net gain of 6.72 points. 37.14 1171 17.14+ 41 Volume on the New York Stock 467 158 647+09 1172 1094 1172+ m Exchange came to 123.81 million 1017 1005 10.07+ .02 shares, down from 134.07 million 10.11 1011 10.16+07 Thursday. ION 1011 1044+O7 Going into the last session MonE 1144 1131 10.44+ .1! day before the midway point of 141 135 141+.07 1986, the Dow Jones industrials SM 5,79 195+.11 boasts a 332.16-polnt gain since 993 981 941-04 New Year's. 525 5.15 525+ M Sanders Associates Jumped 16H 1 » 9M I M t M to SOU and led the active list on turnover of more than 6 million shares following word that Loral 14.43 14.15 1443+ 2 0 * 2 0 2 3 20.50+26 Corp. had offered to acquire the company. Sanders called lnade-

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quate Loral's bid of $44 a share in. cash and stock. Panhandle Eastern, second" among the volume leaders, rose; 4M at 48M. The company, which; has been the subject of takeover* rumors, said it received and re-. • Jected a request from a party it did • not identify to discuss a merger:'' Safeway Stores, rumored in re-J j cent days to be a prospective! takeover target, gained 1H to 63*. ft

NL Industries added W to 14M: Activity in the stock included a 1.62 million-share block at 16; handled by the firm of Jef feries *, Co. in the over-the-counter market. On the downside, Boston Edison, which had a request for a rate' increase turned down by stats regulators, fell 2 to 60H in active trading. Among the blue chips, AlliedSignal rose » to 44*4; Minnesota Mining A Manufacturing IVi to 113W, and American Telephone * Telegraph W to 26*. But General Electric slipped M to 80H, and General Motors was down W at 77.

Witnesses: ESM knew of losses -The story was detailed during; the seventh day of the trial- of. former ESM president Nicholas: Fort Lauderdale News & Sun-Sentinel Wallace and former vice president Wolfe. Wallace and Wolfe FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — Stanley are accused of conspiracy and: Three days before ESM Govern- multiple counts of fraud at thfc. ment Securities Inc. collapsed, a Fort Lauderdaie-based dealer.' -i few executives already knew that Charles W. Stretcher, an ESM' losses exceeded 1260 million, acvice president who earlier pleaded' cording to testimony Thursday. They also knew that the com- guilty to conspiracy and fraud,; said he knew about the massivfe. pany's auditor was being bribed to keep secret the seven-year-old deficit at ESM. But he said he was'. fraud. But they were optimistic optimistic that Friday. Stretcher said he asked Miami:« that a team of Miami lawyers would find a way to keep the lawyer William Cagney abont; ESM's prospects. "Things loofc company open. good," Cagney told him, Stretcher*,' And a boat was chartered for a said. ,'; t$ birthday party on Friday night, During the birthday cruise onMarch 1, 1986, for one ESM of- the Intracoastal Waterway, the; ficer's wife. party stopped to visit with EStjt But the real surprise, even for co-founder George Mead, key insiders, came when those Stretcher said. Stretcher said heefforts failed and losses totaling looked at Mead and formed •> $300 million were exposed 'the thumbs-up and then a thumbs-. following Monday, witnesses said. down sign. By JOHN G. EOWARDS

: JUNE 28.1966

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BOHOOOH OF RUMBON/ edmkileirallva reoord whkh le FAIR HAVTN REOIONAL a t though t i e aaM an Me at t a eMaaa at t aby a Ooraam ef Buraa/ an t a The Regieter eppredetee your HKJH SCHOOL . _mokjdedmerem. OQIFUtontown NJOEP, OMtan ef Water ne- form hokided herein, or equtve- honeety 4 win do lie pert In JuneM BOARD OF EDUCATION BY ORDER OF THE BOARD ant lama eooaptabie ta t aTlOdlnQ Ins onDjnsJ owner. PUBLIC NOTICE IS HIRtBY OP BOUOATION OF T H i BO-um«iiocaton.ma. Owner M from e r e t oompeny PieeeeoeluaetaZi-1700. Owner. m a eurety .. P U B L I C N O T I C E M hereby GIVEN that, the Board of Educa- ttUOH OP RUM80N IN T H I Shady Oeke toeneed to do buatneee fella OERMAN SHEPARO — Female. NOTICE ijlven mat O H I I M l u u / J » H OQIOLtW—Vf me.. tion ol Hie Borough ot Rumaon, COUNTY OP MONNMOUTH, B a a of New Jereey, whioh ehel Needa aoot lame, O E N T L E . The foregoing ore i f c u W M , me. h u mad* appuMonmouth County. New Jeraey ORDWAHd VACATWiQ repreeent met t i e eurety oom'loauon lo tha latontown PanLeeteyMobi win reoaiva eealed bkta tor ReCOUNT LAN! MTttJ peny wB provide t i e Contreotor Ce«t30-102t, reeding at a meeting al the . requkmenle of t i e New lowing Mater reader, R E W A R D . Had, Plannt adopted by f aMate Board o l Nonca Toaiooifta byvaoaten, at the Authority offtoee. Jereey Lew Agenet oteorhnine- Cat 7 4 1 - M l t . 47 araad S2PS H0U8INO AUTHOfllTY y Roed at Perietal Hoed! tietr poattoi. InoludM a t a o - ton (C. 117 127. L L.1«76) 1176)durtng duringt tthe ton1(6. a Borough — t yr. old female brown 1 mutt be eudmmed In a NOW. THEREFORE. BE IT wanaiapsn, New •Hxswy, on luaj aupportng ntaarei. by t a M OF THE TOWNSHIP ti off tM e Contract Corrvaenoa LOST lio.oa OflDAiNED by the Mayor and 'JtnaM I I U B i a l l eeaied envelope anTueaday. July S. M M at 10:15 okae of the pubao oomment wWi a FsdersVy senouttonsd or Besots typs dog, In ths vsotntty OFMIODLETOWN olnna wkh t a Propoael. Council of the Borouoh ol Ume A.M. prevaWng t n a or ehorty fTOWN TOWNSHIP — — — - * • i i a l i e aoton pro- crl [ M e n P I in ftad Bank. COUNTY OF MONMOUTH Silver, County of Monmoum. Drawlnge. Speolllcallone, thereafter and at tie ome end t i l t eonmot wfl ken. CttaeO-iaet after (pm. 001Q Fair Havan •reetad peraona at reForm ol Bid and Bond end bond 002 PUBLIC NOTICE8 State of New Jereey: NEW JERSEY • to mie nodoe. wkha, (he . PAW HAVtHZOMWa for the prapnaad work ere on Section 1. That tha AMF Foroa 6 14 Bal wWi tfts Nsw JCfssy law. NOTICE IS HEREBY OWE BOAflOOPADJUaTMCHT n „ m nu, ujai a^_ , ., ahLf-a-remrt w Me m me omoe 01 Board seorell 1 yTTev tWflll. WfJI DM UUflaaVU^PTVlJ yy Pka teeer. liiuidni O Each bidder mutt eubmn wKh 008 8pocl«l WotJcBt THAT e a a M bkta wM be reRfctLOCKS7LOT0 Lane be and t a etna a hereby oerved by Hie Houilng Authority tary. Rumeon, Monmouti Count a NJDCP wkh reepet to tHe fat bk) an "Ownerer#tHeoioeer#e ty. New Jeraey end may beS70-g05tor45H0»0. Bo. Fair Haven Hd JEAN8 vooated end a l pubao ttgljta and »tie TownaWp of WddaMowi permit. At the doee of the public " l f fm off tta a form Pkteeo take notoe mat Howard inspsctsd by vie proepeollve uHddhMown. New Jsrssy for It AH bkW ehal be eubmkted on oomment period, t a DepertPSYCHIC in taOenttet Dooua Lynne Kramer, ownera of t a UNO at a point In the One (1) Year (12 Monthe) M bkkara durtng oMce houra. mem wfl laeue or deny the perle propoeal form fumiehed end ) Borough above property have applied to P A L M . CARD m e of WMa Road, memieiieiiut aankw for four Tllal fiailallllTaaenl kkaH Pane and euooWoetono wfl be naa M ossvsrao »n ssatso ao- aieH The Udder le notified tiel the r four 14 tna Fair Havori'zoning h e r d of lite wpeUIJOBBjII atfj MoncaOPteumtea eaualoie at two (1) authority h sfopss at ths mm and ptaos InmH award ol oonteot wB be conov READINGS .'Muttntnt tor t varlanoe ta feet eeettrty from tha Utereeo- respond to e l eMnMOaWtt and toned upon Federei and U a a «Vw>d PLEASE TAKE NOTICE I •permit the oonatructlon of a ton of and aoumerly We of -P'°* _ ^ ^ < * ' ^ " " f * tmetf oommana whan a r * each aat (we (15.00) Oottra for E.8.P. oltieewerd. iemHy room off dining room end White Road with me oenter ane propsfry nianied 10 ioenwtiy vie permit re kwued. The a p t * poatage and handling - norvreDMa fore Three (3) Year mamte TaJOlCard/PeUmRaadtnp kttchan wttti bsoxopni and ostn end each pereon who hee eubOourt Lane and running; BOROUOH OF SHREWSBURY, neme eanMe program la aleo his bW a signed osrtMoets, of Hours, open dally 10-10 above. maad wrtaen oommenta wfl reBka muat be made upon ma By VICTOR end MARIE VOOT laquaaaM. M u d e t In H» Oenetna fatoa of KJMP-e final CtlKorapptt. The foaowmg vananooe have proposal ronna si via mannex fAppioantej. for Pteammery and mat ha 1. On a curve to the led hav- tide for the above wB be dailgneted addreee of t a Ud- rvi«l fl*m ™— A M V M M I BJU | V ulned from 9 odook am to 4 been applied for: Bam lot aideAny Msrsstad parson nun o'okwk p.m.. Monday throu ' by the Houelng Authoryard of 3.7' where 10' le re- ing a radkia or S0.00 feet, an aro received 1 requeet m wmlna met N D O I P Friday i at ths Wseairn Mi der end work bid upon on the ty urn* tha data and Ome epect naoiaaary equipment required rnai wta nan "w*"" - ana ror length of 61.05 feet to e potnt In . . ^ H i r t n ^ a i aVeteeeek afiai 1 leal 111! I i i n aUewl Y 4m 4m NEW YORK HARBOR hok) a norHodvenerlel pubao to Booompteti t i e work ehown JULY outeide. and muat be aooompa- VatltV1OBBB| I T U f n H P * atBB|Ba|B(jj|| rvan the eeateny ane of Court Lena MOO. t tekata on t i e Paralot A n a requirement and t i e hearing on the pern* moor end deeorlbed on the DnMringo — MOO. nled by a oartfad oheok, eeeV 110 foot etreet eetteok requiremountt out of Bnaae. A l day Th» Boad aa aet T u a d a y , tkm. TNe requeet ehea etate DATE: Jury 17, I M t end ki the BpeoMoaaone. Should uttty* Hoed! M a n a i a n , ler'e oheaok or bk) bond Orwen 8. Along eeld laalarly m e ot snt sstsMsned foe the ppanv Jsrssy. July 1 0 . 1 » M at 7:49 PM at the nature of »m aauee ta be raatd tm w a a r rat be t a enuei m a t including Areworka, t a i TIME: 12:00 Noon to me order of the Boerd of Bo/ouoh Hal. fwar Road. Pair Court Lena eoulh 08 degreea 44 In me propoeed heertng ea de- owner or leoeee of auoh equip- etllpe tnevel review. S7B-S420. for m e above wB b e TAKE FURTHER NOTICE mat Eeoh bid muat be eea rtamrTaa ma ane and plaoa for nwiutee 45 eeoonde weat, a opened by me Houamp. Authori- ewduQaTSOni Borough ol Rumaon the AppKente prapoea to oon- ntad teeed above, end ahel be eub- ment required, lee imwuaa by a Certified Cheok, of 1 M J 0 feat to < MR8. SYLVIA mned wawi M deye ol me date M a * a S t t a aotaaa from ma public hearing In stla matter. ty in the Adminlairetlva Offtoa a or bid bond m enemount net 110%) of t a amount e f l a Baee of t e e notkse to the AdmlnletraJBVMorooMd paraona may ap- point of ourveturei thenoe Atoe V. Tofiaaao Pane fit the Bid, but m no oaaa t i m o m of oh t a aqutpnan wB be PSYCHIC READER 3. 8 * Hong tald eaattrly Una dea and tme epaotad below: paar at Hiip- puut t**!! haarmg either e sined and, n atfattton. oheal e ee 120,000.00. A l b k a thai be AoVaor on a t prabana of ate ol Court Lane on e curve to tha Eberaon or b attorney and be E b e a o or by attorney and be igneted ee Btook * . Lot k 2 2*. Lot 13 13 an on be eooompenled by a elgned to l a Board praaintad i t.a *.d«* «to d Seoret•!a c- e DATE: July 17. 1DM * - .. fc_.fc_. »al • • a11 it tt — heard with regard to tNa ape*- left having a redkat of ( T t M me an nap a ltha t a Bovugh r ol guerentee met m ceee the oon- pubeo heertng wfl be oonduoaad •Bry Dy V^ ^ paneSV Dy VtS DWOaig Of * * l , an aro length ol 44.40 feel TWtMOPM Shrewebury. end ere whenever the NJOCP deterSeot I t awarded to t i e bktder, d era kxated on 21041* In o o n m of the equkv egenta at the erne and . A ospy of m » AppeoaBon and lo a p a w of tangenoy; t a r n woa muat be made upon the their ege he WB aHttn 10 daya tienBjr, I^BTiMM BTBBBJ BreBBTM § • BJ BjaLBI• I nJBBTI kUnaal) grantng to the (behind Denny a) 4. « • a along o g eald eaaterty y ana prcpoaal fIonia In t a mem n pennent maps, ofawmps, 5 . . rtTuorden PaoV. The degree of pubao Wereat In me tie oontrol of the equlpo t h 03 degreee deelgnated and mutt b e i Courtt Lena aouth and docurrpstrts nsvs bsso fHed of C 493-0866 l i m i e m ere looeted m t a U pema deoMorTlf a putte ' - ohtme No bkle ahea be received pre15 d t a periled by e certified oheok 1 b wWt me Borough dark and lone. The uieinkiaa ere vacant bond. Upon feeure to do eo he Ing le hekt the pubao oorr $10 Palm Reading vkwe to me ome dulgnetad, oath, or bid bond in me aum ant oonakrt of H 4 M equere wBfprtetjhe depoelt ee tout- parted j n OUa nonce ehel ol the Contraot for which (10%) of t a total thereafter. No bJda wB be aa- feet of lot area. The rrenlum net (. sa Noa an ee . ig e l anemetee THE SURE CONNECTION oaptad by men. Copiea of H a lot a n a requirement of the u tanoa of ths n d win be oofMaanl ctoeeoftiep o( Court Lane on e ourve to the drawn to tie order ol the Houe le 40.000 equere feel The Arnold BohrSii ' emglea deearAad for tie wth Ma bid e elgned etatement propoeel tonne v^i DO runneneo (13.32 M l heung a radka of 30.00 Water Queer, ee to whetier he prevtouely perupon eppaoenon to the Board eree. let laeue t i e t ed real, an aro lengn ol 27.40 feel leraaenT ^"K'fuWmartrt 1 to epomt ot reiarea ourvalurr, Jereey end mutt be di'nail 111 5 feet from the WMt MelraojUeVeinsntby ths bidder. JuneM 07714. PAKIKAWN NobkT'may be an _ eMngwHh a ConaentcK Surety Shrewebury Avenue. w M e e Me internet ehal be atowet ZOWHOBOAIIOOP Noe. t o n s . 11114 or 11245 ee a period of eooy (00) daya after a. Along t i e oul da ceo a l Tha HouaaM Authority reeetbeok of at Meet 150 feet from upon eny auoh oertfed oheok or IN THE MATTER OP THEamended by t i n n u t m Order 015 InitmcUon Court lane, on a curve to the eervee the MBM to rated an me date eat for t ter ane la required. ApBkx* 28. Lot SO. BOS Nvar APPUCTION OF MARY CUURE No. 11245 ee amended by Exeo- BASIC SKILLS TUTOR and u blda end to waive any patana teak e venanoe from Eeoh bk) mutt ekw be accomThe Rum ion Board ol EduoeTO ASSUME THE ueve Older tea. H U B eonetm- Inp, Pnontos, EnaHsh, Math. Cer* I. an arc length of me reterenoed rnWrnum net a t panied by e unMnaa from a FCTROSKY ondlaorlmlnetlo ton reeerveethe right,« a j e l n NAME OP MARY CLAME RICHtnad Teacher, Summer I toapomtof requirement to Mew eon- bonding ioeneoed to do. buttA tha beet eMeraal of ths Rums on Zonng Board of Cel4t8-131S. aAutwmy. ~ 1 upon the lot ee k exness In the State of Nsw Jersey Adluetnient at Ita X n e a. H a * 7. Along t a weearty me at SpeoMossons avid Board of Educetkm to do ao. to wea ee e venenoe from Buerenteatig met r) t i e propoeel Court lane en a ourve to t aDooumenta for me prakat otn ecoept or rerect eny end a l bkta of the btddsf be aooaptsd efts) let through M i tor away oaueo whateoovor; to appHaeon for • Duet vananoeto nght having a radka e l 30.00 be obtained from t i e Towneri gredera m me U o e SHver/Red peiwi ttie addMio of a wooden feet, en ere tengm of 27.40 feet of MWdkaown Houelng Aumort- watvs any derfscts of uvKjfrnaar* mem. end funher eeek preamlBank/fiumeon oroo.747-4133. nea In any bid made: to edvar- neryendnnelekeplenepprovel, dew onto me rear of « a dwaa- lo a posit of tangsnoy; thsnoe aan O orfee. Oak OnaiHaaB o a , Oa tee tor new bide; or award a aa pureuant to the Zoning Code Hg. A oopy of the Raeokrton la IMPftOVE YOUR CHILDB — • Along aekVweeterty me of Ortva and Seen Oak oontract or oomracta for e l or of the Borough of Snrewebury on me In the offm of the Clerk. Court HaauHtfWlMeJ SkBe w/ComLena north 03 degreee SO w ae amended, a t wet aa H a era; part of me bide. puter melructlon/lntro to Keyirenuae 11 eeoonda watt, a Jereey, between the houra "Munidpei land Uaa Law. Bidding than be In oonforboard/Word PTOOSSBBTIQ by ant B twiaaliii ta t a o d a a m e of 120.1t taat to afcOO AMend 4:00 PM. Monda manos wwi ins sppaoaoai re- NJ.8A. 4O55O-1 at Jtoed, Pa» Haven. HI and pout of curvature; thanoe mat ehe hee oompaed wkh a • J — pip. cllkjally i qukwnenta of NJJtjTitATitAfor puMe Mepeoaon provtelone ol NJSA 2A:S2-1 el P i(picla»il(42-4ta. a. Set along aekl weelerly ene 4O5WM met*) kreguelrteee houra. 1 ET t f 9 , PERTAININO TO eeq.. end K * 7 2 . end tie oourt of Court Lane on e ourve kJ the B M A T H TUTOW — end N J . I A 40450-00. araTtefekal any/or a t bka aa at bang eatefred tiel mere ere no THE "PUBUC SCHOOL CONfight Mvma a redtua of 329 00 T H I S N O T I C E a etnt 10 at ta ludgement mev beet eerve LouHeMahonayCohn teat, an are anam of 5147 feet ofelotf&eSkt SpSS w> TRACTS L A W . vtdnty. I T yra e«p. 172-07(1. the C S e e l o f IheAutiortqr. The anmmrWoad to a point oftangency: thence B le on n e t m day of June, be nMumed to e l bone ft Autiomy ahel heve e minimum IBM llBilajlll mat Mary Cteke may ere required to NJ 077O1 TUTOfUNO — K mrough t . Re10. t a t along aekt weeterty Bidden weMn ten (10) work* of obdy a n daya from me reo- Petneky be end hereby la eu- onor Mar June M . t t t t , at«._ meoTel Matt a Engteh. U ane of Court Lane north 05 de- deya efar reoelpt of bide upo oomply wfth ma requkemema of eipt ol t i e bida to ether eooapt m o n W t o eeeume me neme of etaa of t a Engmear, B a n T. oeneed. Meattr'e Degree In Lawe of Mew Jeraey " intejaa 45 atoonda return of apecMoetone provided Pubao 1171. Chapter 127 (Law egekiet wm eeeMeeeun mmg ™ w m AeeonMta. ma, 27 Mary Care fUoherdoon from em) Spsoisi Ed. Cai (*fl< OOOe nance of 138.27 feet may are net demeged or do- darrtitraaun). ^ ^ altar Jury 7. IBM, and t a t wkhopportunity to Be M a n ) e t a etw proof ol puMteftaVJon hereof, faced. No refund wfl be mad, TUTORINQ — Remeowteeoher ai twsnty days hsrsoy sak AH bidden ahel oomply wk heermg on tna metier. Tree hee duty oertted by Mm, under t i e firms not subniMInQ a btd. w/ I yearn eap. wa tutor Eh pkerieW oaute a oopy e l M l pe oof Puotc Lewe < bean aat on t a Boerd'e onAt M e a n era pteced on no- me provleione judgement lo be pubeehed onender. which wfl be oated Jury New Jereey 1B77. toe tiey ere required to oomf I td. IM M at M BO Mp m eherp, a to a point of ourvetm tienoe o M M P M l e t o m M g M e r a n d I B M at requree tie BOROUOH 11. e m along eek) rty wkh at) itmBanana at P. eie Hnuvun nwii. HMW HALL. BROAD era af Court Lane one ourve to STREET end SYCAMORE AVE- January 1.MS4 end t i e r _ avtiintaiB a lionatda menteolP.t,|B75,0.127 me eUl hevkig e redbe of 30.00 nrepoee) and whoraaatat a merelo e k w of me nemee end NUE, end when t i e oeawder le feel en arc kmgti of 43J0 feet addrataae of a l etookhonore ceded, you may eppeer eknar In maotarkoftiecourtandoeuea ETeet of toe port In t i e eforeaeid eoutv pereon. or by your attorney. owning ten peroent (1Om or m a t t o n wawi tan (10) daya a oenmed oopy ef me judge•urn County. New Jereey karat o l WTaea*. fekaaeffc llafjfina JuneM (31 J» ment to be feed wkh tie Seore- afar reoelpt ol bida end to a l more ol tiair atock or ten perewraaT v e j • v t e a t B ' t^taaeaif areaeieew PtchardA.Oage.P.H.M L Along eak) eoutarty ana cent (10%) or more of t i e atock you may have to granting of tea n w b t a a r a who ratum t a 081 Help Watia»fJaVy evyefaaaa. verteton, end eke pier approval. at SpecMoeteOne end dawttpfls In ACTIVE - Uouor 4 den I or. m me eaaa of a permereMp. The l a a i m o n end eupportn Hon. WWarn T Wtdhniann, J.S J good pert or kef tme won ere on lea end eve* i t t t l l w a a t ten (10) me nemee and adoraaeee al dooumente juneM *i*M deye afar reoelpt of bide. QOiXPtajaank eels tor Inspeoson at ?ne o**"0< 4030. Do not cat between 11of tho Boiwoh OtypT, oornst- o Thkj project lapereety N0TKS T0H0MR8 •enM Svoamore anal WflfrWary 9S by a granTfiim l a U.S. I m t - 1PM. laUMAeQUAM SJeJVaW JIHMcCormlok MMimoutfi, a eapv of me On*nance toaamai wMi a oopy of of Ufa* anver. far reoordmg a * raqiaredbylaw.

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DENTAL HYGENIST —.Hours lOIMI A V I . , Atf. HetJaaiaVeual. ProusV FT/srauparwEor*Must hive t Tur reKTuuting NURSES AIDE—Interviewing Ffl, 9*111 4 p m . y e a r s e x p e r i e n c e a n d o wpeuu n new appHcent lor skilled nursing RN'S — Mala or female. P e n . n W R nOfTWI S # n d I home for s i shifts. Prefer C.N.A /Fu8 tame. SummerraSef.11AMDENTAL HYGIENI8T — Middle or geriatric experience W« train 7PM shut for a m M 113 bed tope (or Worrnstion. & If have desire and aptxude ' HUTaMOQ r1OaTl#, Ns9W leieify IflafJl FRY COOK — Kayport flahaiy. le)e)ffwiQ eMo oewwvfl foe e4oi a weak. C M 871 kl affect. C M Mra FVwBoU a t M e n • K p * r t » n o * e M d o w n « St. Apply h Apply In parson al.BSO 180 Wast Front 228-4300. ' C M 7 4 7 - "" DRIVER — No car necessary paraon. Absolutely NO phona MslnEt Freehold. N J . C M Mom's P l u a 738 S I M . RN — Weekend pan time. t - n . T A I L O R N E E D E D NURSE'S AIDE— Exper. 11-7 Also vacation rewf 1 weak, 1 1 052 Part Time) HA1RDHE88ER Ft* and Part tkna sum. Beach view I.C.S. 32 Lau- 7. Apply In person. Eatontown ADS*tNtSTRATiVE ASSISTANT nUAve. Keensburg. Cofivev#ec#nt C d E t ICE CREAM PALOfl AND GIFT SHOP OPENING. NURSES AIDES — Fun or Pan In amuaamant oantar, 84 hr.Time. Now mwrvlewlno tor M RN — 'Vacation n e e ) July • o n e . E x p e r i e n c e p pr re ef fe er r e d , b u t al. Must be wet dressed, good ne and be able to tuning wages. Meal lor ooaaga shifts ki a skilled Hearth Care wn train right person. and i s H a i l , yaar round, 496- Faculty. BanaMa, Uniform AKowPat Cahl OSVKOO axt: »• Needs good awes 0010 tam.-tpm. ask lor Judy. anoe, and Paid Vacation. Apply T O W I N G • R E C O V E R Y — O p QOOtf hMol tot eKtVeWaO*ki person rung Jemee c a n SALES — Are you a auooeeeful TIME CLERK TYPIST. Canter. 400 Hwy 38. Navaskik. e r a t o r . F u n o rP e r t T k n a . M u a t . Travel required. Send remotivator? tl you Ilka people and knowledge o l main 8 lyl to B M me. Po Box A, selling cal Bob or Tom at me • v e m R e d B a n k o r a a j n o u n d h g Eskjrykjwn, ing helpful. WK train. Large corNJ 07724 Ann: Exc Register Base salary plus oomNURSES AIDES poration. 38 hr. 6 day wk. A l VtasPras. or o M (20113081800 maiaion. 842^880. bank holldsya liberal vacation. T R A I N E E — T o l e a r n O k u a e n d For permanent positions 7-3 Apply In paraon 0:30 am to 2 3 0 SALES — Fun end pen time. pm at 386 Broad Street, Red shift. Futl tkna. 18.10/par hr. year round position for respon- A u t o G l e e s t r a d e . M u a t b e n a - ARTfTIC S Handy, young, I N S T R U C T O R S — B o y s After 1 month. Work 7vt hours, crkatiloaaV Inclined. C o . paid naaocs for summer camp. get oak) lor 8; plus 2 0 * per hour sible person In party rents! and B l u e C r o e a e n d B l u e S N e M . lure frame store Caa*747-74«« 0 4 2 - 4 8 8 0 w a e k d e y a . G E N E R A L HELP — For waking for S U M Certification. Paid efka-OPM. sMp. VVakang experience pre- Medical insurance. 8300 par banaflta aval., no eves, or Sun- H o U d s y s e M V a c a t i o n . A B a n t t c ferred but not required. 842- yaar urtforfn aaowsnea. Holiday G l a a a C o .m a i l s t B a h i a r . ASSEMBLERS pay. vacation and sick pay, penGrowing Co. lookingtorrot T R A V E L A O E N T sion plan plus much more. Also R d . Shrewsbury. OENERAL MAINTENANCE/ORVEeCltlOn eVQeHit. MefMTHeTal asjffV, people Interested. In P/T work. S A L E S — F u a t k n e p o s i t i o n sxp. 8 computer required. Trav- Houra 4-8 P.M. M-F. Paid veceOERLY — To work WW1 elderly 7V. houra, oat paid for 0. Apply eler's One Red Bank.74i-«oeo tkm and Hoaoays Csl Ms Britki Mon-Fri. »-4. Hokndal ConvaHnat4M-2123. OabblaorSuierine. . • lescent Center. 186 Hwy 34 Hokndal. Naw sppacatlona only. GOVERNMENT JOBS — SI8.040 - Wv,23O/yr. fNow hlrC M 808487ns-MT-NOO Ext. R- NURSES AIDE — 7-3, 3-11. Full ame position available. Exo. saltoreurTarrlladaralllat ary and banaMa. Apply In parHAIRDRESSER — And Aasla- aon Asentio HtgNande Nursing tant. F/M, ki busy prorjrasalya Home. 0 Mldastomn Ave., w l Msiiet aaion. Can 2844724 or mghlanda. Mon-Fri. 0am-4pm. 787-8138. NURSES—RN/LPN: RN HAIRDRESSERS — F/T 6 P/T head nurse position 7-3:00 p.m. positions Immediately avalk ' ' shHt tor akMod nursing facult at Great Expectations. HaikR with supervisory and geriatri Plata, includea evenings 6 experience. RN/LPN genera 17«A Moving/ 1721 House/Office 1MY(^f«inacTlles weekends hours. Good benefits. staff for 3-11:00 p.m. ahlfl Ca 160E Accounting Cal Mary Joe at 284-0333 tor Freehold ConvaCenler at 431 PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT UVTNQ SPACE ASSOC. — CeCtwewlng rsrmc Tea Ineuaabon Floors. 8217 for Interview appointment. CLASSIC HOME CLEANING TEACHERS MOVING INC. Wll dean your condo/house. or small. Licensed B , L _ HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERA- NURSES - RN/LPN. M/F. va•• i. Fuly Insured. Free eatknatea. Fsir HaverTR TOR — Ful tana, year round, catton relief. A l ahlfls, CM 787.4084221. fua banaMa. axp. on Loader, 8100 tor 1333. NJ License No. 57. leOMAIfConcWonlng 186M Ciean Up Dozer, Baokhoa. Can grow w r CNC Refrlgeraton 8.11 laMng growing oompany. 787-0080. w e d e a n k a l 1761 Odd Jobs Air ccHKlltkifsitiQt rintoewitlof F k e . w a t e r d a m a g e , a t t i c , c e l l a r 172M House NURSES HOUSEKEEPER — Enperlenced fane, Sale » Samoa. Real yaTCHi aVMJ RgaTrt neUWng. P I ANYTHING you need dee* RN'S & LPN'S M/F awe In complete noutekeeplng dsntisl a Commercial. 222-8737 eat Debris A w n . Art, John Yard work, guttera cleaned 8 NURSES AIDES 88.28/HR P 6 O PAINTING— Qood work Bob 830*888.188 3068. repaired. Painting. Various Jobs ing. SVf day wk. . HOUSEKEEPERS 88-8 HOUR at Good Rates. Free Estimates 160Y Auditions OuMly, Ram, Dermy. 741-206T elderly couple. Prater sleep-In, LIVE INS 8315 WEEK Estimators do the workl but wW consider day work. Muat Local Cases, no fees Incentive MAJOR HOME REMODELING Paul 871-3074 • Oreo 6704)170. A - i o o o j o a s E R V i c a . , EO DAY CONSTRUCTION — and referral bonuses. C a l for Additions. Vkiyl aiding, L Expert home repairs. » itwHit winoows, m d mended, C M 222-8388. Quality bulders amoa 1648. Interview at People Cere. 244 C FullyInsured. , . M 204-2414. Over 1000 satisfied customere milLawn Broad St., Red Bank. 830-1888. C M 8 3 0 - 6 8 1 6 .• • 1 800 Union Ave., Rt. 7 1 . Brlelle. 1611 Aluminum 741-1144 Your |ob la K t - 0 4 0 2 , FraehoM. 180 HighW E C L E A N -G u t t e r s , w i n o o w MORNING DEW tha right paraon. way 0.481-1808. M I and Repairs. Cont- a n d d o g u t t e r a n d r o o t l n g i . r e irking conditions and T 6 T SIDING REFURBrSHERS end Residential. 070- p a k e . W e a l s o r e a u r i e c e o v f c e good benefits. C M 222-0000. PAINTER — Experienced w/re- We apacksaie m daantng vkiyl 8 ways. SmM p a i n t i n g, . a j n d ferences for Immediate opening 1:30-4:30. carpentry kibs No (ob too emeu Your work 8 attitude must be aluminum alomg aa weCaa mobHa homea. Owner Fraa aaumatas. 741-1617. n INSURANCE Of FICE SECRE- axosaant. 7474018. TARY — Rad Bank, fua 1/3V Landscape/ PAINTER — Fun tana, barkens, ttma/pait-ttma, Caa 741-0241. 186U Decks LC muat hava trans., must be exp 1631 Bathroom 176MPalnUng/ KEYPUNCH In In « outilde work 767-0080. CARPENTRY — Profeedesign 8 construction. Total PHONE PERSON— Wanted Caramlc Tile) BOOT*, riWXlanl, OsHTW, m y " service. C M Sandy o l ANDERSONS PAINTINO ' evenings. With cash register ax Hght*. dtxAk. Complin homi BMO 741-61! rai-stse. mt 8 txt./Custom 6 neat—Hal penance. Muat know Red Bank ALL TILE AREAS nmodtUnQ. Fre* •ittnv Neat, Finable 6 Raaarmaaaa BENCO LANDSCAPING i surrounding arse. HerJ Bank Expert professional repsks Fuay tneurad. C M 671-1674. l a 842-2831. Unique 8 Complete Lendscap Cal Tommy 672-OMO. keypunch operaI bath remodeling since I B M Expananoad k K6MOECK8 ing. Sod * shrub bade, tart. t o n naadad for Bob Aldus, 260-0307, ANDY'S PAINTlMG PHOTO LAB TECHNICIAN QusHy work. Custom bum t##Q» nfl Qe)t» 24 rifi. T O y v New Cararmo T i e » Riailra for 1 hr. mini lab. Opportunity to C decks, t r y to best our prices 2 WEEK ASSIGNMENT learn many phases of photogrsJDS •ree Estlmatee. C M 201-0020. IN JULY phy. 8 day weak. Apply ki perSmM Lawn Cera MlDOLETOWN CUSTOM BUILT son 1113 Hwy 36. Mlddletown 8JO-7214. reasonable I Reliable J8JPA1NTINO . He. Quality bunt decks, any slie Flexible achadukH Est. 741-3286. Interior» Exterior HELPERS — 163U Carpentry and atyle. For tree eetknsta cal M S ahefts X our Oarwood and PLUMBERS Textured caHngs 6 a Needed for steady work, must 741-8071. , JDS Can after 5PM S rtunity. Cat have some axp., ear and license ADDITIONS — AKeretlons. New RT. week. Excellentopportunity SmM Sm Lawn Cera Homee. KHchens, Decks. Refernecessary. C M 871-0473 J 8 M PAINTING UNUMITBO, Very rea reasonable 8 Reliable 871-SSM. ences, all work gusrameed deoka of M typea. pressure Free Eat 741-3206. '. Icosl t F e e Furry nsurad. C M John C JohnamM. C M Mick for M e ! PORTER/ORDERLY — Fua tkna , BaJtyttTW 272-3500 J a L GARDENING mate. 787-2886 position avsllsble on day shift. son anytime. 261-8004. 20 yrs axp. 787-0071 CARPENTER Please CM for appt. 071-0177. K « M PAINTING LAWN CARE HllttopHurskigHome. 12 yrs axp.. additions, dormers. 167Y Dry Wall Interior 8 Exterior. Quality Cal eftsr 8pm. 741-0224. garages 8 decks, anerssona. Equal Oppty.tmployar M/F work. Try to best our (tricks. PRIVATE DUTY AIDE — Certl- Call Guy 707-1418. SAM S SONS DRY WALL LABORER OONSTUCnON — Free Eatlmatea C M 291-041* LANDSCAPING/HAULING fully Insured, reliable, lsMt roced UrfMng, • tiniintng. Muat ba 18. ha»a drtvara scenes dependswe. Bckatza m emeu to meat la. Hospital and homo ammerolal/Raaldsntlsl, 2 0 1 U N 6 Q R A D Y . .,. a, trans. C M 747-0128 between abed lawns, naasonscn rakes and handicapped. Aval. 24 CARPENTRY PAINTING PLA5TEHIMQ ar. Srnsl. medium sue |obe. C M Bel lor free e a t 281-8263. Houra. a. 228-3884. 220-3884 Raferenoee. WALLPAPERING...,. Decks. Free eeunvalae. C M 741 LABORER— Wanted lor gener PRODUCTION » MATERIALS 16«B Driveway TOPSOIL—Rich.organic.me nterkx 8 exterior palming. Stsfi al contractor. Haiku. 880-1838. CONTROL — Devatope master S7>7 or 7744000. nure.ha dki and atone. Win deUv- ding, sheetrock. taping, >utly COLLEGE STUDENT Cralarnan er. Holmdel Farms. 284-S823 or Insured 8 equipped to do your LADY BUGS NEEDED! — Home monthly echedutes from back seek carpentry, formica, paintLYNCH BROS. SEALING FREE astimat, 2644013. log O) ordera. Detail manufacturt assemble schedules from Ing and kflbt renovation. Refer- Al work done by hand. F t araTX Wring for Oepternber. ing 530-1541 master. Track purchase material ences Call Joe 229-8323. 842-0022. Cell Pat 6 Pete 6W-60M. 174A Lawn Mower 1760 Painting/ i LANDSCAPING—Full Time po- requirements, .. * expedite. Qualified perorders a expe Tuno>Urf CRAFTSMAN CARPENTRY sition available. Good atai son must have at least 6 yra Ouattty work at fair prteea. Free p t i i r : eatery, knrnadlata opanlnga. DAVID w NAGEL — Service 8 beckround. Motions Systems 747-7610. 830-1408. repairs. Free pick up 8 detvery BA. CRAWFORD Corp., 61 Rlordan P I . , BEST ELECTRIC raMOfiiMi, ouanritaid. 1tt\ FULLUNE L A W O F F I C E T Y P I S T — F t * Shrewsbury. 042-6080. PAPERHANGINO r ' Uc. No 8273. Faat dependable earvtoe. 201-1420ot 872-2340. HOME IMPROVEMENTS t k n a . A c c u r a c y am u s t . W l l t r a m 222-0084. I ., ... easoneble rates. Free NO J O * TOO SMALL o n w o r d p r o o a a a o r . C x o M a n t REAL ESTATE ASSOCIATES — The CrowM Apenoy. offers C M 071-0121. Sand ' resume t o FREE EST. CALL 7304007 higher commission split, plua a 1T4WUu«*H«ullno Ocean-Monmouth Legal ServPo¥t">r Wssthlng • SprSfttiB* HOME CRAFTSMAN — CarA A DEMOLITION — Clean up Free aaanislai a Fuay kvaured I c a a 7 3 B r o a d « . R e d B a n friendly atmosphere. Plenty o l 07701. AtWntlonJay Qsmaon yards, oe* pnone) ceutt uno kmfneKjMm now wtth precision. Job too big for PtANUT BUTTER THEATER tkna. I ' To amM far ottvara? Ken Make your next party e spectac- Cut trees. Icsnssaa. Pan timers, commer' Progrems for a l ages L E G A L S E C R E T A R Y od«rturyjr3o8-2»7l after »pm. Soda • . 2204748 • g H o e n c e dM e af er n s e a x p a - Stan HJcV 741-4030. A MAN 8 TRUCK FOR HIRE Cheaper and bettor,'' JO-JO WOODWORK'S ExoMant starting salary Pick up 6 deliver. Light hausng. varel Contractora aoanaa No. Add-on'a, AddWona. Pansang, 170M Qarden Art » b e n e f f Ml s s. . W ea l sl T wT wp p. . o m o a . C M SmM moving tote. A B M , cel- 140. C M KEN at REAL ESTATE PakMng, Decks,, Paeoa. aa Let a lars, gutters cleaned Free ee8NATUBESCAPING Tha No. 1 (10 yrs. talk. C M Joe Urnott(10 448-1651. R.R. ITa. Slonawel const. rnataa. C M 408-1807. the top top 4 axp.) 707-2230. L E G A L S E C R E T A R Y — F o r ki the world. One of the 'AINTINO 8 WALLPAPERING i n e n t S h r e w s b u r y l a w f i r m , offices m the Red Bank area. PUS DECORATING INC. Im/Ext watartaW. Cel 221M481 Desirable w/sxcelYARDS b leurrounamge di / t The best training porgram ki KRUSIS CONSTRUCTION CO. ! la. A friendly atatf. Complete Burking 8 renoveaakary A benefit package. desn and vary neat. ' •a cal 747-4220 for an ln- Newly licensed, or an ok) pro, Uona. naw. old. Kitchens, baths. 170Y Gutter we are expanding. Joan our wtn- daoka. addWona. 741-1000. any price eround. Call 4»5-W3e. ClaMnlng nlbng team. C M today, ask tor PAPERHAN0ING REDO LEVEL INC. L I F E G U A H D — Condo p o d . Ma. Papemanoer w i n dump truck Monmouth Bssch. Senior CartKflushed wflfi hoae^Screenlng avC E N T U R Y 21 COZENS. Realtor The Femmme Touch 1201-1 Kate. 222-0018. 741-8080. A MtorJoe. LIFEGUARDS — Ful time or Rd. PAINTING CO. - fcast)i j e W >• — BUILDERS — Rerooflng Pan tkna. Flexible houra. Kesm741-7006 RAIN GUTTERS 220-6016. Tha Happy ISO par eg. AUarsllona. leppy Pawer. burg Amusement Park. C a l 4 H WILL HAUL YOUR JUNK AWAY REAL ESTATE SALES F r ^ E s t s . Lbce1 Rare. " " 1 e a t Fuay Insured. 2 0 j r s . CLEANED « REPAIRED ConstucBon debrl. etc. Low Mengmnt trainee and eases pc Ree or oomm. ssrvloe 787-0071 anytime. pnose SATISFACTION QUARLIFSOUAROS — 83.85 Call 747-2946 ANTCED. C M Jerry 641-0810. Y-OON-I-PAINT »•> 84J4/hr. Ptaaas o M 3 8 H 8 4 1 . sklee the Hmlt on eemlnga. C e l 164A Carpet "With pride we paint ""• 1710 Horn* LOCAL CONTRACT CLEANING wnh quslty we please" .. Improvainwrt CO. la looking tor pan tkna REAL ESTATE SALES 174QUnvosln« C M C M e now at 741480*morning supervisor In HatkM. A CHANCE TO SUCCEED CM i-mSfeoou. We need one s RY CLEANING. UPHOLSTERY MAINTENANCE ENdlNEBI XtJZTSji MORRIS HOFFMAN Put time helper wanted to do " " e a r n S e a m , f u 747-0200 or (42-7408 Hght work m pressroom 8 other Metmed HeaHora. 730^000. COMMERCIAL CARPET 6 ED DAY CONSTRUCTION — areas Daytime houra available. RECEPTIONIST 84.28 per hr. Call Mr. Zu8o duri voice and per- Upholstery Cleaning. No (Ob to k i t t y buaoera since " ing the hours of »to 6. S42-4000 large, too smal. ortoodkiy. Q 7BA Slip Covers 176l«taaonry M a r l b o r o Free est C M Kyle 630-8284. 0USTOM MADE SLIPCOVERS comapny. 741-1144. MANAGER OPENING — BurAnd any sate or type boat cuah1641 Counter Tops lington Shoaa. Burtrngton Coat a wnh your fabric by ,vOsBrigade Brand Limited P O OtFE COUNTER IOPOJ Factory. TMon Fans Pt ".CM747-0002. .- ' Hepe. Patios, Chimney's, etc.. Complete ana of quaWy made Good salary plus benafrts. Apply B O X 1 7 8 M a r t C Q T O , N J 0 7 7 4 6 . 3mal Jobs. dsy oma hours. Contsct Depenformlce 8. corlan oounssnopa. 801 Tree Service RESOURCE GROUP NOW C M tor m e aaamala 201-7MC M 042-1008 ment at 842-7278. FORMING MASONARY—Al typea Of brick MECHANIC — Repsk paraon, Young Grandmothers 8 Grand- 0177. • o s m e n t w o r k . C c t C l a a t o n aree » shrub tiknmlng a> rtmovlathers, era you available 8 ma. repair. i Fuly ktaured. Fraa eeemeeee. t a n S I M n.. Dwnepouta 6 1 8 0 raining prow atVaui- i n 1MM Carpet 1830-1812. e ' p eoa, e t c No lob loo tag or smal. is. moe shop. si chlM care In the on our products. Rasa. 211-1428 or 872-2340. I good place to work, 40 hrs plus town/Red Bank/ Hotmdel area? aUAWatldOWS PATIO-SIDEWALK par week . SunbM RV. HaaM f you realy understand the JIM'S CARPET INSTALLATION •»* Vinyl e*4dangt wtndowi, i o i of younp woflunQ p i n o i r e P C a. addMona. 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TOPSOIL 8 8/29. 95 Eaat Front St 10AM Now thru Sun., man houra. 100 ba. dragraph bntcMy danM FARMLAND TOPSOIL Cl«»MW0 BV KAREN • D M 4PM Big a u p r M a a H g BarDININO ROOM BIT — Junior oudar, (urnbo knar aba 1 3/4 In. MONMOUTHMAU. TEACHER — CerMed ki t quantity. ( llama. S i t 8 Bun., 10-3. S BaaM o v> ki. ataa, maka oftar. C M S l t oWMjiood to start In 1 . renoea. Free flllristsl. C M •Nna tatkiil. burW. 1400 i nad. C M R E O BANK — $ famBaa. baby 2S1-W10. 872-1(47. baat oftar. 142-UM aHar aPM WALL UMT — Contamporary dothaa. a t o a l c M h a a , iouch, LEONARDO Mldow Rood, Ha*st.NJ 0 7 m Taak 1 piaoa unit lnpilini oonEXPERIENCED IRONING-Pick lampa, aUuiaa and mora. Bat DINING ROOM BET — Light MECHANIC'S HELPEH Sat. 6/28. 10-7 .kiHoimdai. < FULLTIME TEACHERS - For prtvele Lan- up a daHvar. 7 days/wk. Si wood Hutch w/gleea doora. taa. 9-3. 111.118and121Towar SeConoordAva. Cill 493-9782. ble, S chalra (2 capoan chalra). mri Condo'a (on Proapact Am.) eVswyVMnO. e> MrfWrntQ — Fui wna/Pen ama. guage School Must be Native day satvtoe. 83fJ-0o»3. • m i n i " . Engsah aa a aaoond Baal otter. Cea 284-1*33 MENS DIVERS WRIST- W E D O I N O O O W N — Brand U N C R O F T — I N TaBanod ANTIQUE — H t O / l taWM, O CtUairi, DUTHK, mmrm DININQ ROOM — Colonial plna. WATCH— Rolm ataWlM ataal naw, worth S1S00, taaturad In U n a M l W. Front) Juno M B FAIR HAVEN MOM — WWi 4 and O M M O B W M . aHOEngaan M m. round took) w/lazy auaan, SEA DWELLER 2000 fl. auparla irtdal Magulna. wun'l ararad. •9. 9-2 pm. Houaawaraa, lumt- RUMSON — Frl 8/27 B Sat TELEPHONE SALES — Pert Oak Chaat on Chan <*ca.i7eo- • d u n , M In. hutoh. UO0. VM Dtve cnronofTHjMr, omcuuy oawv- but can ba Marad lo m alia 78/28, 9am-3pm. 30 a r d a Drlva ( a m . Cam Ngh OOmMM aaa uparataly. Braaa look coat flad. 4 yra OH. M00. C M 741- 10. aakmg $100. C M 4 M 4 S M > your CM) kMng 10»2.500 Ca«741-«<«W. ComarClrctaDrlrlanaVlata) LITTLE SILVER aflarlpm. aaHorBarbara. i In my h iraa, i i O . Uwaaaat. colonial. 7117. I ITT $S/hour, no Skpaftsnas eeUng n o Register In your RetriDtralonr, Sat 8/28. lam. UNION BEACH — Frl May 18. . k. ExoHara Inaoaeeary. AIMmoons 1pm- homo tfurtmyaur tree 4ne. baUMold pWd. MO. Muat aM. MINI BIKE — StkHP. Runa wM WtNOOWS — Aluminum aadJng „ a oryera KaoonoV 31 Manaon Placa. ' • ^ *- • m M I n •• C M 10-3 MuW ramify, parts lor 530-Opm. •42-0607 LJTTLE SILVER •110. Alao TORO aalf propakad w/atorma • acraana. 1 marmal tionad 4 guaranteed. 8100 8. up. (OWBycamoraAva.) boats, bikes, iota of goodjaa. FAIR HAVEN ptctura tt B B wloua othar FRENCH GIRL — Afla a Can deliver. Vouve seen H e DININO ROOM BET — Tab*. 1 lawn mowar. M0. CM 171-TM8. M O BANK UT|LB SILVER — But appa- »34 7thSt ART TIME 284 SMM tookngtorfamily K Kva wWiraal. now but Ida beat! SSS- chalra, braakfrom. 1 M a n old. MOVING — Mull aM. S placa ART omvera — up. ME omera MtOOLETOWN ancaa. clothing, fumnura, ale. YARD BALI — 10-4 Sat. Juna j • from now unw Aupuat Can pay. :" W i a i m i i atyia. Baat oi modular oouch, $1600. 2 S ft 072 Qaraga/Yard Sato EATONTOWN « • nawar, ( SaM •« w 8 Sun S/Sfa S/H. 10-4PU. 21, Sun. Juna 29. l fit. Ca« Sandy. MO-1973. oouchaa, $710. 3 oommodaa Wagons of Van.. AUTO CANVAS TOP1 — ParCM22W602. 4 Carolyn Rd. • yv xc^yttaa-ioaga .172-0257. TELEPHONE SOLICITOR— HEAVEN'S HELPER 8— CtWa- 1171 CJ7 Jaap. Haw, Uaad I OtNNINO ROOM SET—IMVa. •v/marToraa ooffsv tihii, bev unii Ibadroomaal 171-1211. mar. t 2 M . Ca> 2*1-1410. 4 pa plua S chalra. Good ConxUTTLE SILVER — MlsoaSa HUM ••*••. Mofo>y-Fno#y. tkvi woiinfn 9oswnQ c>9viinc| ion. Mas an«qua oarwd buftat MUST SEU.I — Brand naw ranaoua Hams. Sat 8/28. 10AM- 073 Machlmry M H t o P M . « 3 . M / I » plus work. Honaat. raHabk), good ra(— Naw with ftama. 7 « oramaa. Plaoao oai Janot 717. 15. Tarn cotta. 1160 CM 747- CM 747-71U a f r 1:30 pm. PM 388 Proepeol Avenue. dinor $210 and kNohan aat ForSale HOP. C M altar IPM: M4-14M. 3it». Hanlu>rator. a t ou f t DM—Stona—TODBOH MATAWAN WHEEL HORSE TRACTOR — HOUSECLEANINO — Very truM w/ioo. OKO. oond.. ooftaa ootor, OrKuwaya. 2M-1417. Charing. OFFICE FURNITURE — AH GARAGE/BAKE 8ALE 3180 AutomMp. runa good. work, Excaaant cleaning Excel typaa of Maa, atonga cabmab), VIDEO RENTAL CLERK Oay/ama: Bat; 8/28. Sam.-4pm. S«* all tha things I1OM.81S4I$1S. OMka, chalra a l e Pitoad tor 11-20 hrs par week s iSSllll tent reference Red Bank a P1eoe:Churoh Street. you no lono»r need M a n CM aher 4pm at 542- BABV ORANO PIANO— M00. naw oondMon. 1 poa.douDk) k aakt. CM 747-M77. Mon fit e)va¥wiTQ*. 8 M 4\ Son Case need. retlnlerwHj. " baaa wWi 4 octobana 10 2Xo> I dale entry service FofCaah IAKED GOODS, CLOTHE8. 077 Pets 4 Uvoitock 17O4S14. an pnoaki wtn oomplata hard- OPEN HOUSE — Bat S/M. B...Fart IOUBEHOLO ITEMS. LOTS CAT — Fraa to good homa. wara rndudad. I t M O or Baat 3PM. FurrHtura. Vary raaiona" W , Hen rime openings tor ex- Mon, Tuas, Wad 1 M P & 7 Ths IF YOUR HOUSE ISN'T BecomStan your garaga aala ing to you, i m erautd bo camVUao Dapl msHa Brk* Chun* •Wa. Nautarad. wTiiw/Oranga. - partanced keypunch operators okj. LMng mi, with an ad—right hara. mg to usl framed profeislonel BABY ORANO PIANO MIDOLETOWN-Sat B Sun 4Hnaa.3dayB.13 50. DRYER — OE ajactrkl, tka naw room, ruja, woman to cktan your homa. mvantory of cuttom frama mold- Each additional ana 75* axt /BUS. Fumltura. HouaahoW Call 671-6704. Reasonable rataa. Free aaaS^BREATE YOUR ing. Slngar aawUg r " ' FERRETS WEIDER — For private homa — — 488-8817 or 787-4148. AMo, pk* up your FREE garaga •ens, baby OBOttaM, btvby twfcV, Naw Monmouth Rd, OWN SCHEDULE! M d QmAtn, morning*, must b* aala Wtwhloh Inokjdaa ajgna and »a. lJpm.40 Naw Monmouth, 3 KOt. Only $6o"cM 717-0401. w/aooasonsa 1208, oar seat anoroatto. 1280 hr., any r ~ UTTLE SILVER — Day oara ttwxjalohakJ your aala. Hus aordoroy Caaco Paatison w 5:30PM for my One year ok). M year round not a working parfactly, no action ad- MlioManaoua, Sat * Sun 8/21 057 Situation Wantsd FISH TANK— 10 gaton w/ Duo»»00. Othar lumltura. S42-SW3. lob only. Canal 284- 530-8721 kiat. naacataary, tuning pkl tor- i 8/29. 104PM. 1 M Brookalda raaoam hood. C M M l M M . wka. okL C M 418 1337 In Mff qua good, kay buaMng In a w M . CHILDCARE - Neededtor4 yr 3 pc.. including box aprlng and oond, no axtanaiva waar avlHEAVENS HELPERS CADE ATTENDANT dd. Your home. 4 oaya/wk. M M _JLETOWN — 11 1 TotJd Todd Dr. LABRADOR POPPUB — AKC. m m m (175, antlqua vanity Froat Fraa. 1B.1 cubic fast dant. w a hold tuning w M . HOME SERVICES . opportunity to earn e»oe OMown/Uncrofl area. CM alter rountry View Estate*. a. Sat 8**. S/M, ~ ~ Bleck. edoreble. Muet aeUt SecWe do general houianeamnu. MO. CM 2»K1aO attar HBom WhtM. Exoesent oondHon. 82801 $1500. Cart chack or monay BELFORD •money by oaring tor d i s b l d 8PM &3O-O189. RkarPtua rMoa, S I M . 291-4828 or 291787-7880. Ordora or*/. Buyar wM ba ax- Sun. 6/29.81 7th St 10-4. 6 f * » t 8 edulte In the* h CHSLO C A M — RssponaWs windows. Shampoo Rugs, l Oto — a n honesTe ThomaavHla Country Engkah. FURNITURE — For aala, 1 women to care tor Infant and 4 la) Hantaoa couch and chair - alia haadboard. 2 mghi ok) kl my home. Teechera _ latch $276(7yraold) 1 Victo, a oar. Experienced pro- . jra, ONHI asns. Rssmnoss 4H-tM7. but » • bain to right Required CM 830-1388 $1496 or b/o Can 531 rian IMOh $471. Can 741-6452 058 ChMdcara / RADIO CONTROLLED AIRFlexible houra. Evea a WOMAN —V PLANES — And radki controllad NutWyScn. BEO 8PREAD — Quaan aba FURNITURE — SmM ao(a, 2 gta. oowarad I t references wa babysit si my homa or yours. Own CHILDCARE—ExparlanoaO cuamm m»aa. Covarlat w/duat chaH, daak. rug. and naw mat- SM747-7MS. 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Vanar W M a 1.871-07*4. 7 4 .*-oyl. 4- 74. 37CompponAva. MATAWAN - CHEESEQUAKE— FEMALE — T * I M / a h a r a I Karkar Exhaual. I n o M . n l . all tha goodlaa. M.OOOml on I N . DATUM M0Z — oaah. lliyiJiaMi. C M 201-751 parta Good runWat Kapt H a n Capa on 1 bdrm ranch. MM 10 w M . a kl MkMMown/Red Bank at PONTIAC — OTO. 11000. C M 747-440* b a a u a u oar. M M O . SM-7424. 1 oond. Fun to drive Muat 00.100 tot wm. dan. H W B B o a . 0*26 or 212-242-7624. Tugboat appMnoaa. a/c. pool, dub C M aftor 8PM S71-847S. workboat. M a n onaaar OK. SUZUKI 400 — I S M . Runa BMW — 3201'83. 6-ap. eur, B/Otakaekl noun, prtvatopaao, no pot*, MERCURY COLONY PARK — Muatbaatobla. good Wa* laakaat. S400. C M 2l I * mo. MO.. MuOpJMOMhHI • nara OATSUN O S U 2 1 S - 1 M 1 . Oaod nav 1171 Stolon wagon,' M powar T 7 7 1 * z-bdrm hou.a tliMOD. BOATS — BRAZIER U M Gam 4SS-i4aTjftaraPM. OHECnONS : CM29I-93ST J OJtdJSOh. M 7 5 0 O C M am/fa,radto.MOOTor baat oSJar PONTIAC — OTTO 1 * M . 1 ownJJJI, OJtdJ Hwy M S o u * . 3rd Straat paa M JOO. 74.7-1471. MaataM-CMaMMli. SUZUKI — I960. OSM0 L. er. MOO or beet offar. C M * 4 » MIODLETOWN Cambrtdga S HP motor w/naw load r w i c*»*vn, tow mi., rrarty More Laural Ava la Comppon Ava. Manor. 2 bdrm. IVt ban. HniMl MATAWAN — M V * * r OM • •aSar. S1SM firm. DURANAUT pnoad for qutok aala CM 496- BMW — 200*. 70. MadvamoMy DATSUN 2 1 0 - I S M . S •*> good Aaklng 11700. CM 171 BENEDETTO dMng rm. a m i , M at ' M/F. atralohL non Runa goad. Look* good. Manor PONTIAC LEMANS — , . 0S40 altar 6pm. 575* art for "Jack". ktokk-Yw. Raalty Group ancai 8960/rnb. fe * » and aavar. pa/pb. tut wt DODGE CORONET - '73. fl * PAC — 1177 mopad, runa var Haator. Naw Uraa. $1500 Fkm 671 2246 aW/nusfsTtai. wtMGrwn nonuH Sunday Jure) M . 1-4pmT26 LupH. Good tram. 1 body. WNto MO — Mkkjat. 1171, convan wM. raady tor a n a t 11M. ot C M M H 2 M . FLYING SCOT —19 h , Bkr 290.9555. pattacong Avanua. prlvato M y aqmp., mdudhg traaar, mo- 496-2122. BUCK — 1M1 Century. VS. 4 WM araa. Aa la. M M or B/o Wa. New top. ekl rack. * M CMbatwaan1O4)a.aa»oiii DOfld. Onganal ownar. C M 747 HIGHLANDS — Donttotn a t M charming 2 bdrm houal tor, apHkar, a n . oond. M H O FUCH — Oraat oond. 1300 dr. a/c. pa/pb p/w, am/fm ata•port nfkvoraf 1 3676 after 6:90pm. •Mpa paaa you by, prtvata dock 1112400. Diracaona: Broai maaa. Aakkig MOO. 741-3160 rao, axo. oond.. muat aaa DART— 1171. 1 oyt QREEN DROVE GARDENS— 1 .•MMmt *-~ -w ^ajata»BBBf»l*r** to 2nd S I . taka 2nd 8t 2 Nocka Call 642 9034. $3700. C M 747-2*49 OaTf/arlp^BjaWeajf. ttnatat DOaalj BaaaaafM aWrWTI . a., pJ>. Naede aoma aflarSPM. a 2 Dadroom apta. riimlml 077*. KING FISHER — 12' S M Boat . July. aval, yearly. M l to and houaa on tna M t . M M O ml., pa/pb, a/c — 1M1 La Sabra. auto body work, but runa g r a a t " location to QSP. BaauWul apaoomplata with rabuKt tralar, S PUCH MK-SPORT II — I M PRtCEOTOSELLlI rilatli oar, parfaot for a*. am/fm caae. atareo, elarm dou> courtyard. Nlca.t rantal. horaapowar ak oootad auxiliary. Good condition. 350 rnltov. M M trana, a/c. am/fm radto. pa/pb t Cavaaar RullHUI, 4 dr., 4 Z-Sart ruat proofed, n of thoft dlMaVWai convr LINCROFT — Exduarvaly oura akw wmdowa. vs. groat on gaa Monmoun Baaoh ki Kayport Can FOR SPECIAL Ma laakata, anchor a Una, wMar CM 291-0200. apd. avo. 5yr/60.000 warrJr 495*360. Aaklng 1460. CM 741-1 $3000 or b/o. CM 671-8765 3 bdrm, 1V» bath apM knal oovar. Raady to aall. $1495. M 7 rm furntthad ranch. July • OFFER. 2*4-1146,9-6, Mon-FIt pOUstMS ItTBaVIOtnQ PUCH 4. Naar baaoh. 1 bdrm, 2 family room. $165,000. ph H . Rd. MONTE CARLO — 1ST*. Auto. BUICK — 1M1 Park Avanoa HIGHLANDS — Shore dr. apt. i a porch. 222-8771, 849- ERA LINCROFT REALTORS ' 60. B4»t Oiler. DODOE — Dart 1171, runa PS, PB, A/C. 66.000 rmkM. Run: buyara. 17J9O. C M 3 rooma. $386 mo., ptua u l — l l . 7711. 747-3938 . Evaa 747-6667 RED BANK MOTORS INC iraat. $1,500 or bat oltor. C M wM, a/c, oaaa. daok, km ml., Call 671-4888. L. D , rawfjr •VaHytTHng, H _.. IVi maaao.»rat. 291-0920 LARSON — I S FT, Itbarglaaa, 111 Nawman Spring. R U Had O*vrwd/OpM*rt*>d h*«17. t * dented. M M or baat offer rfONMOUTH BEACH — UrUcjua 65 HP Marcury outboard angina. PUCH — 1M2 mopad, H M maaa, $3100. CM day* 842•ant - 1 ~ HIGHLANDS — 3 rooma. naar Can 9464153 LITTLE SILVER — For aala by naw top, good condition, r •9*6 or avaa 642-2063 MONZA — Chevy 7 8 . 8-oyl ooaan. SMC. Faa attar rantal. ownar. 3 bdrm ranch. Daap prlDODQE — Ornnl, 1171. 4 dr. body good. Reboat trana. Naw ^ M 214.4111. 744W FUCH — 1171. Nawport Good CAOILAC COUPE DEVILLE — 'ata back yard w/daok. FamHj 15000. ctoaa to b i a S * • MnMIVlt rParW B T H , rsffSJUel rT*Q '77. Ml Powar. Oraat condition I — 11 I t Sunnah, eondJUn, naw oraa, naada room • M n g room Itrapkwaa. BS3REAL' iLTORS CHARGER _ 7 1 . $ 1 M . ' 7 4 lor. 1400 M i a . 4*^0*07. HIGHLANDS _ r c h l d r a n , axe. oond., 1100 A/C. Aaklng $3400 CM 663earamlc faa b a n , quaMad buy741' Dataun, 1160 7 1 Ford wagon 2 bdrm. klda hurry $500 a ly. extra.. 1478. Evaa. 642MONZA 7*. A/C. PSLTD. $1100 542-OOM " i n on*/. $160,000. 741-0639 M R S REALTY. Bkr 388-12*4 POCONOS — ChaM. Maapa DODGE WAGON — 1 1 7 S P S . 76.0O0ml Good condMon. $600 CADILLAC BIARRITZ — I M S FUCH PB, ftaw U T M , tTtwB and btttMri HIGHLANDS — 1 BR. $400/mo. 12. 1.S HP ' I I . Exd. oond. $300 Loadad wtn M option.. CB LONO BRANCH — Moma Ava O DAY — 2SFT. Ful plua utWHaa, eaourily, no pata, Leather aaata. 22.600 maaa MUSTANG — Claaalc 66 Conv -3071. Sy a ownar. 1 BR. $65,000. CM now Dataunouold.il 5305307. Aaklng 117.M0.22M870 DOOOE — 1 Paa.angar wagon auto $3600 or beat offer 222-1 1248. 150% oanoa apmnakar. K J SACHS — 1 M 2 9ujdt top s kttoitor. Plua CADILLAC — Clmarron. 1M2 71 * 71 Oaprloa n i i i l i ffcn6/1-6166 4.000 maaa. Got MATAWAN dacoratad air oondatonad A/C 2 HIGHLANDS parta. 284-467*. rang compact, luxury oar, M powar w/waanar 1 dryer Country Charm Doaa to Trana- PHANTOM — 14 f t day aaaar- Original papara. $296 00. C M 9- 48,000 ml., axe. oond., $6500 741^0*10 1 bdrm'. from $350 642-8034. 642MUSTANG 11 — 1974 2 door . ar, $500 or bait otfar. C M »andlaavam«.«aga 747-1111 Atlantic Hlghlanda 6 r m . $ 5 0 0 . on pramHaa. 14M waaky , STRAUS BUICK-OPEL • FIAT — Spkfar 7 8 u w w a i u a lartotitMctt. 4 iOsWd on ttw floor 2/J-bdrm Colonial. FuH fancad 747-5606. :. 264-7051 or 2*4-7069. Juil nanull. Bkr 388-1566 SEBRINO — MowrmaUna • ACRES ot Naw t Uaad O i l * t parta. $flOO.oo C M maWtam.d Nawtop.E x d W M maWt yard. Larga rooma. Full BaaaCADILLAC ELDORADO —1*72 PHINOLE 11 — I B M with aMa mopad. I S M Navar uaad. Only Hwy M . 264-4000 Karporrrnrang o oond. $2800 or b/o runrang «. Onty Aekmg$1S0.000 106 FumlirMd Rooms HIGHLANDS and traHar.Rarary uaad. $2,995. 600 miaa. $400. Call 642-33 aftor 8PM. ERA Advantage Rky Inc. 848-S4S1 a M9III CM 7S7-!B20.a«ar 4PM. 1 bdrm ready now 1300a SUBARU — 1M0, 9 dr. MUSTANG II — 1*77, 4 cyl ABERDEEN TO REO SANK Can 747-7426. 2 bdrm Mda hurry 1400a 240 Vam CAMARO Z M — 1964. H O FIAT SPIDER CONV — '78 71.700 ml., $400 fkm. C M 22S- I apd, 4 wh dr., naw oom. t .tudloa from *40 a wk M R S REALTY.Bkr 3*6-1234 HOME RENTALS, Bkr. 3*9-1234 MODLETOWN OAK HILL — R H O M B — I S ft., ctaaaks day ary, tkaa, Hraa, wka wtra wh. baairy wh.OQvMa,, Muat ba aaan to ba appradaaad. 1112. Eng S apd. T Top, air. aaourtM n. $1700 or b/o. CM S K ' alaiinlllriainl iji n J 111. b - l haaaor, apktnaiar tralar. OB. ax- CHEVY VAN — CIO. 1962 wWl ayatarn. Loadad. MOM. or B/o $2400 C a l 642-4129 rifSUB BHfOSfal A af > wutlli, r l DfHTl HUGE SELECTION — 4 bdrm KEANSBURG — Room lor rant MUSTANG — '87. Rabut) 2 M 3 altar 6pm. , good' iahapa. $2400. C M 32.000ml. Look, and runa Hka C M 2I7-39S3 or 7*7-94*1. apVdupkM. ate Soma kkJa, pata FORD ELITE — 1*7*. PS. PB naw. Aaklng 16200. CM 642 taata OM 767-6S69 or 7671S4^ OK. UUI. aOS-S24-7S1l (OAT»). gardan, huga LR, OR. for a l TOM'S FORD , ?., 1244. Aaklng CAMARO — 63 Bartnaoa. V-« AC, 63,000 7247. NO BROKER CHARGE agant antaru>Mng,many aUraa. SEASOUIRT — M . UVto. Can200 Hwy 35 741-7872 aftor SJM P.M. CHSVY VAN — I S M . Only PS/PB. T M Whaal. auto. A/C By ownar $369,000. C a l avaa tor oonaota. r j c M . n l condK 2641600 CM 642-0866 irdatog. Had wWl graan M 108 CommBfclal MUSTANG1966 289 auto. and waakanda 671-7056 No motor or traaar. 12000. can 12.000 maaa. * cyl. manual KEANSBURG i FORD ESCORT — ' M . Sock Blue w/ black vnyL top. Vary TOYOTA — Caaca GT e i . m a m l a a l o n 18900. C M 229- r.MMO'Or B/O. 2649236. 741-1647 4 room.. kkM.Data $400 a MIDOLETOWN — Laonardo 4. 4 AM/FM, naw from Uraa I good cond. lelde and out Man" A/C. AM/FM D CAMARO — '62. *H»I. a n d M R 8. REALTY. Bkr 3M-1234 KEANSBURO — Stora. K M ranSTRIKER 7 3 — 44 ft. Sport brakaa. 671-9066. Aaklng $3200 naw parta. Have M receipt. aunroof, naw brakaa 1 a oond. 31.000 ml. AC, PW. auto ovatad. S M aq. n . C a l 717-Nawty ranovatad kit, DR araa, FHharman Twin. 671 P m H ,CHEVY - 7S. Panalad, Car H 2 M . 787-1170. or B/O. AekWg $2300. CM 642-67*6 KEANSBURG LR, aawktg Rm, f m bath 4 uta raoantly rapowarad, naw 7.6Kpaiad. Good oondkJon. H M O 14100.842 I M P after 4pm 1 bdrm fully carpatad $30C FORD NISSAN SENTRA — 1963. 2 dr CAMARO — 7 * . A/C, PB. PS w/waahar /waahar 1 dryar. Naw ganarator, racantly rapalntad, r*m.CM4SS-SI70. KEANSBURG — Slora and nOYOTA — CMca G T 2 bdrm, hj«y carpattd t40< Eacort 64. 4-apd. 60.000 na dakna. I apd, am/fm atarao toadadwrmakturorvcaVnahlno » aa CarpMIng throughout. throughout CUSTOMIZED FORD VAN — AM/FM. raar datoggar. aport warahouaa. back and front load- C M for Appt 6 rooma, MM o*. 1400 a Exc. Condition. 50,000 mesa apd manual. AC. AM/FM • App 4 9 5 - M l i Aakktg aqutpmant many axtr... Encal. 1961 Sofa bad, Manor panalad whaakj, good o o n d . i M M . M 1 XI. 1440 aa. ft CM 717-7708. Jke brand naw. 14100. CM oond. C M Mr. Stomna 616 454- carpaong. aunroof, am/fm caa Ju.t Rantala. Bkr MS-IMS 109.000 0 No Brokar.l FORD — Eacon '82. 4-apd 6950 Out Of NY 1-S004MS- •ana w; 4 apaakara. Good con741-0305 HOLMDEL. HWY 36 CAMAHO — 1174, 350. S apd AM/FM atarao, PS, PB, a n d KEANSBURG 700 aq. I t Saparata antranca. RED BANK — Tranafarad owndWon, no ruat or body rot tor part, or raatoraHon. $276 oond. Aaklng $ 3 1 0 0 . 7 9 X 1 7 8 . NISSAN SENTRA — 1M4. Exc OYOTA CEUCA — 1» 1 bdrm won't laat MOO condition. Ufin maaa. PS. PB bv Famly vana. eManyama22*-7M1. THOMPSON - 1 6 f t . FORD — Fairmont, 4 dr. 1960 2 bdrm, kid., pata (390 tora. 73H900. M MPG, m a t aaort61,000 I . $5500. Cal 49628 ft LR. wfcervad FP. kj. DR. with tralar. Baat otfar. C M axe cond. 1 ownar. 42.000 mL Srooma.kkJao.k.MOOa CAMARO — I S M . 380. Black C M aflar 8PM. 496SIM. 8 4 M aflar aTM/wknda. w/bay window, eat-In oountry RED BANK — Cncilant Broad * cyl, auto, a / c pa/pb. radial M R S . REALTY, Bkr M S - 1 2 M Wtartor. Rad kitarlor. Good cona.496 or 'BO'. C M I 81 kxatton/parklng. Enara floor it. overlooking prhrato garden. THUNDEHBIRD — Formula. DODGE VAN — '76. Black Cua dition. Naw EagU S T sraa, Naw Ur... 2 extra anowa tiSOO, r u n KEYPORT — S rooma lor rant of 4000 aq f t 2 a k i n brick 291-8343. • NISSAN SENTRA — ISM. 2 dr. Holy Carb.. Muat a M . 12000. exc. C M 290-1623 m Sacumy. Supply your own maaoal/prof. oompta«.747-3»00. floonng w/roaawood way., 3 I M S . with n a a r . Naw motor, OYOTA — Coroaa 197*; deluxe. I apd, am/fm Marao. naad. work. MOO. C M 495666-1284 on haat. tWO/month. Can 466FORD FIESTA — 1171. 4 apd, • n . Condition. 50.000 maa. BR'a, wtap-a round porotl pd. am/fm. MOO. CM 1437aftar 5PM. RED BANK 1593 DODOE VAN — 1*77. Vary CHEVELLE — 69. 6-cyt. autolocation. $219,000. CM Ft Jke brand naw. $3900. CM Prkna Mapkj Avenue offloa Rutty, Raamr, 842-1*94. good cond. diatom matic, vary daan oond' 70.000 VENTURE — 2 V flbargujM LANDLORDS - No COM to you. apaoa tor rant Baauufinty ra741-0305 TOYOTA — Corona, onganal ml. 12000 fkm. Muat FORD LTD II — 1*77 ataaon aloop, .wing keel, kick up rud- STOOO original Wa acraan and quaWy Mmanta. torad ookmw. Ampia on akw RUMSON wagon. 1974. good der, main 6 | » . aall oovar. C M 717-0708 No charga. No obnoatton. C a t 495-5727. wagon. Good running oondrUon NISSAN SENTRA — '82. Excel•fWnSa vtvtoiM oomtilnaittoni By ownar • 2 bdrm ranch w/ kaituonJtaon. 4-ep. front whaal m/fm, i/c, mw Walohart Rantala (no. 2 M - M U . alaapa 4, SV> HP outboard, a u r a good araa, naw axhuat. a.atam CHEVETTE — 1878. 4 .peed. 4 vM. from alngla offloa to 1600 CM avaa. 747Mva. Aaklng $2500. CM 566U c a n u d Raal E.Uta Brokar. tank. Aaklng 12500. 222door, ak conditioner. MOO. C M itunq 11,100 or baat offar. C M eqfteuftee. bdrm."vi842-7*4* aflar 7PM. OYOTA — Coroaa, 1177 7PM: 787-1894. nyl along, amc a ban* Lovely WHELAN REALTY OROUP back, auto, a/c am/fm DODGE 1 TON MATAWAN NISSAN STANZA — 1 M 3 2 dr., elghborhood.Walk to 842-7565 WEVROLET — '78 MMbu •ORD LTD H — 1977 302 V * h/baox, aKvar. 1 bdrm S400 paya haat 8 apd.. pa. pb, 2.250 ml., run. graat. 11 WORK VAN aK UW QOOd. btMt OfPaW. choot.,ahopp!ng and MnaporM.R.S. REALTY. Bkr 389-1234 RED BANK—Prime Map*. I / atarao. 11*2. Rabin angina. Nawpaktl aaaalc. ei.ooo ml. on praaant 642047IS a r t for Can. a/o. atara At oond Oaragad. /o C M * 7 2 2 6 6 r 2 9 i. I165.0O0. Prmdpala only. toOfaton. 600 Sq ft. lob. Automatic. PS 1 PB. Good angina. Naw tkaa, ahooka, kjnaXM $5.250.741-7670 TOYOTA — ' I t Corolla . 3/XXMt. PORT MONMOUTH — Spaup. ate. A/C. p/a, p/b. good FORD LTD — 7 2 . 90.000ml CAMPER — SHda ki p k k up O^upjncy. .72600 apd, 54.161 mi. Good clou. 2 bdrm 2nd Door bayvlaw. dapandabla transportation truck. 3 manual lacka, Maapa 4. S41M.CM7M-S2M. loofl runninQ 001*411 A/C NISSAN - 300 ZX." 1 M 4 . 8 MSO plua um., aac., t laaaa. .aklng $2500. 222-0*65 32Condos/ apd.. Mop, axe. oond., M y li*oo.c«ll 871-090* attar Propana haat > ovan. Icaoox. •S/PB. AM/FM. a auto. AaUni loadad. 20.000 m t , $13.300. C a l RED BANK — 2 and 3 room 671-7563 oaafcand. • avaa. amk, porta potty, nawty ranr DODGE — I S M Ram 200 van. MM kfeC»l4Ma C H E W — Caprice Clalllc. Halting. C M 2*4-4908 after BRMCPE. 1171, 77.OO0 M . , •rima location. 2 Br. S bath, naw COLEMAN POP UP — 1171. RED BANK — Spadoua S bad- AMILY OF FOUR — Woutd aka Navaak* modal. Or. floor. Ra- SJaapa S. Suva. a k * . k » boa, rlor, aaght nradamaga to angina 1*7*. Ex. cond. 4 dr. AM/FM. oar Chaap.ri2-8MB. — bOOFM. I wiring. $500 Or b/o! 6304533 2500. axo. oond, C M 228mom ki Mod araa ctoaa to A/C. P S . P B . P W , auto, anow ; 2 or SJMkm houaa In haator, naw port a potty, axcatVOUISWAOON— 1MT B o . FORD MAVERICK 74. 4-dr tran.poruilon. Faa aftar rantal, area. $1760 or b/o. 842-3656 lant condition. Muat a M . C M anoaa. $126,000. by ownar. I Good body. 40,000 rm. on rat X walchart Rantal.. Bkr 290-9555. way. motor 6 tkaa ara good. 530-9162. 245 Truck aVTratMf* CHEVY CELEBRITY — 19*6. 4 FkM M M Hka* k. Cal ; — 3. In good oond. Naw axhrual f MoS«7W/mo. oV COLEMAN WILLIAMSBURQ — CHEVY BLAZAR — 7 1 . 2-wn. dr.. V6, auto, A/C. C a u . , axoalOCEANPORT — Klmbarly RED BANK RabuM carb. a a l l Sunroof. art Naw, navar uaad, futy aqmppad. k. Auto. Exoaaant condition. tnt condition. 19.000 ml. Fkw Wooda. Frotaaalonaty dacoStudio * 1 bdrm tram H00*a VOLKSWAOON PICK—UP FORD MUSTANG — 78. Enoat- whaal. M M . 2*1-1822. l7.»60tal Awning w/aoraan, port a potty, > M End Unit. 2-bdmV.. 2M 2 bdrm a n t i n g 8400'a io r * •nt condition. Aaklng $2000 or Judyanowar, naatar, ratng., privacy Mhtta Ihring room, dintng room, M R S . REALTY. Bta 3M-1234 CHEVY — ChavatH, 1979. 4 dr. WO.S71-80M. ( 7 * D M * M Royala. aao. curtain., hot watar haator. CHEVY — C-20. Pick-up. 1961. «60. C M aflar 330pm. 7 M MATURE WORKING WOMAN kltchan, dan. flraplaca. cantrai RED BANK — Gunny, daan — Win Marad OM daalraa 1 Naw Uraa. brakaa andanooka.1 OLKSWAOONRA •ORD MUSTANG—1977. 4 cy- oond.. loadad. 72.000 rm.. Slapa6.Cal3M-aOT9. r. garaga $149,000. ~ apadoua 2 bdrm a p t w/yard. " d h d. Aaklng $4600 or MOO. C M 284-1177. _ _ l untumUhad apt- m Rad « 741-3003. MIDAS — Motor homo. 1979. /o'c«a.n Avail. 8/30. M S 0 / m o . m mo. Bank/Shrawabury. Muat ba naar aflar 6pm at 496-133* CHEVY MAIIBU — '76. SCyL ira^'ioai^rraxMf'TJooS! OLDSMOBILE — 7 * Fkanza. V- fkto. t t M a J M W M o w . 11260 G M C . 30.000 ml., front and roof RED BANK NJ 1 bdrm co-op aac No pata. C M 871-8708. buekne. $40ay*45O/mo. 3 741-3112 AM/FM atarao. A/C. raar wmb a n , kltchan. tv antanna. CHEVY — S3 810 Tahoa. Had. 3t (RfW T ) OflntTtJ ak. RED BANK —Towar Hal araa. 2 111 day*. 747480* • •ORD MUSTANG — * 0 . V-8. wr datog.. aporty. Good oond. alaapa 6. axe. oond.. aaklng 4x4. Ro> B a n . E i m l i n l osndv 6.-00PM. 11200. JOPM. Dofony. bdrm, Mng rm, dMng rm. awe. on. Warranty Wdudad. 717ora M m . Good trana. 42.000 mL Exd. oond. Ovarataa 11SJ00.CMS71-O671. 1172. a I yard. No pat.. 2*44040. CHEVY MALIBU WAGON — km good. MMa cS'lSiSTARCRAFT STAR MASTER S b tll m o aao 30Op>nHouiB OLDS M — 1972. 2 dr.. hardPop up oampar, aktk, atova, loo CHEVY — -71 C-20. 4-apd. 350 MIDOLETOWN — Opan MM) 76S-S1M avaa a wknoa. 3/4 ton, 1 1 4 nma. MSO. 291FORD — P m » wagon 7 * . M M ' l a . t M O or B.O. C M 6/29. 1-4PM. M M _ RED BANK — 0 rm. kinury. all CHEVY — Maabu or b/o . 7 6 KaniHMil 400 1 townhDuaa. Ctoaato,NYCSHREWSBURY— Condo. Two 996-2044. modam Mohan. M7S pba rial, $500. C M 741-3479. atroka, 1660 or bAx 2*4-7074. ona bam. $750 p h i . CHEVY — 7 8 Pick up. Naw SMT OT — 1963. 6 _._portatk)n. 2 bdrm.. i n YELLOWSTONE 24' 1H mo. aao. 741-6*40. Horn. 6 otutoh, M M or baat offar. 671FORD — 19*0 Fairmont 70.000 OLOS 1M4 — Caka Brghm V6. batha.prtoad to aM at $119,900 Navar uaad. S l . a p . 6. Carpal • • • • • mL. $2500. 1 M 1 Pfymoun FatDkaeaone: Rt M to Paknar Ava, A/C raady. Opan floor plan. 291RED BANK right on miatowtiocl Rd. 914 CHEVY—1*7*. Half Ton p k kCHEVY MONTICARLO — 7 7 . ant afatkn wagon 75.000 m l , 1 bdrm raady now SMO-a lad. P W / P B / P S , Auu. MOO. M 4 M 4 dr. 4 cyl. aoto. a/c!OPEL I M S — 1 1 7 2 , 4 oyt, auto Iddaiwood Rd. ERA Advan111. a/pb. an. muataal. wafmanoa. trana . naw Uraa » axhauat. orlgMIDDLBTOWN — Fully 215 Auto Insurance 31747-4217. Baatoftar.CMTaT-MIT. Juat Ranma. Bkr 3M-1665 MIDOLETOWN — Opan ItouM. equipped machma Wop on maCHEVY Monia — 78, FORD Into—78. MERCURY 8495 00. CM 842-7337. HONDA — Aooord *3. un. a/M, I-4PM. 1 bdJin tanuli. kx highway. Indudee: mumg UNION BEACH — Coup*. WniHVIC naay M U , ••*«•• WU, «._ * - ! • * » laaMaWaa I • al J auto. PS/PB, A/C. wanted tor Aug. 1 , 2 bdrm. naw raduoad for quk* aala. Ownara OPEL 1 8 M — 1 1 7 2 . 4 cyt, auto 1 ( 7 * . 4 oyl. 1M2CO,towbar, bum tor h in*/, i*iit>*jv, nairomfpfti I atarao oaaa.. MJJOO mL kltchan » tua bam $495 p k a want action ma Sunday. rad. oaaa, a i d , runa good. trana.. naw uraa a axnauat orlg- port M m a r a Chryalar.Prtj CHECK OUR RATES .jar, d n l p r . i a a . . band 1S0-1M0.7 119.000. Dkaotkma: RL * i CM93B-3100. uWtne.. C M 545-9769. raiMarda. 141 Waatnowft. 91,000 ml. $2000. S*S4a7(. on Thompaon Ava,, right aaw. machma tooling $238,000 FManbi Brakanga, tarnoua tor CHEVY MONZA — 1979. 60.000 HONDA ACCORD — $496.00. C M S42-7J37. tod Sank. 747J8787. j d right w i ton CoUmbla C U U a Way. tvada. 102 HOUMS Iw Rfflt maaa. Good oond. 11000. OM Mandly aarvkja, now gMng fraa 1*7*. Eya catching PEUGEOT — 1 4 . 605GL waghan CoMajC Way. ERA Advan184.000. LESHER A6SO71-0473 quotaa by phona. Taka tha apbrakaa. Runa good. $700.00 C a l paMad murala. 4 what CUFFWOOO — Ranch. 3 bdrm, 6-ap. A/C, AM/FM oaaa. Autos for tsls .' 1TES, REALTORS M I - M I * . ga. 566-7000 96-14*4. ona You may aava hundrada. 1 bath, M n g rm. Men., fut CHEVY MONZA — I960. Auto.. _ ( mL Exoaaant oondMuii Rt 36Kayport 26430*7 b a r . So'oMrni. C M aflar 4PM: taMmant^IOXIOOIkit (tart HONDA — Aooord 7 1 4-dr aa- throughout M M O or B/O ba37LotS*Acf>an3> BroadSt Shrawa 644-1401 741-474*. Aaklng $6000. w/opHon to buy. »760/mo., S2S maaa. CM 842- dan. 6-apd. axel. oond. M — iranaw oar arrlvaa. 530-4*4*. FORT MEYERS. FLA — Muat dknount Plua uat i n mo. aao. ml. Aaklng $2800.671-Mt*. FORD — F M S . 1172. 4 a 4. PEUGEOT — 1 ( 7 * . Makaao - Futy davalocad bulana 226 Auto Ssrwtcs/Psrts $1500 or baat oftar. many naw 5 a » 8 0 M aflar 8PM. aunroof, a / c etarac ti _ B U M now or War. Land CHEVY — Engna S27. Out of part.. C a l S42-667J aflar 6pm. CHEVY — Now I 66. 4-dr. HONDA CRX SI - I M S . Had, lATONTOWN — Lowly j a w l IgnWon. auto, ata runrtng. i,aiawctoanka*rlor 31HOUS4JB " • m a a a . M.700. prtoa M J M . 2 0 % down, 4 yra 984 Corvana. Juat rabulrt high Colonial. 3 boYm. 214 bath, 2 car *Tf>m MOO takaa 29-7125 or 222- partormanoa motor aaa k i ear. ONOA CRX — 19*4. WNto. 8 M haar run. Ovar $2000 kv FORD F150 — ' M . Ful alia 1200 par mo. Cat Batty at TLANTfC HIGHLANDS — S truck. 3 apaad. « cyl.. $7,500. — '77 aofjka .ujlluiwa vaatad. SacrHloa $1000 fkm. — or»42-7M«avaa. Ktrm ranch. M « 100 M . gaa 38 Mobil* Homos * a a . C M 7 M - 1 S M or 0 knpaei. \ M ) , PS. $360. » Low onganal maaa. CkJan. 8900. C M S4*-*S10(anyamai . 95-5727. • ranoratod malda a out ••>•. Rune o/Ml. M 3 - 4 2 M . PS. PB.AaWng 11160. 8704)0*7 orM0<443(waa*anna). HAZLET — 14 « 56 2 bdrm. HIGHLANDS CHEVY NOVA. I S M — M K . naw. Ful tiaiamam / a*Jc FORD PICK-UP — 7 7 . F-100, CHEW 19*5 — SPECTRUM. HONDA — * 2 Aooord. 4-dr. 6sarpavng, air. awnmga S wast to aohod 1 harbor. Btptorar. M 2 Engma. ! « 4dr., AC AM/FM. Taka ovar XX). PS/PB, A/C, AM/FM oaaa.. lYMOUTH CHAMP — 1*7* 182.000. Prtndpala only. 872- __ Muat a a c $47.ooo. C M 2*4-3271 or 5 * 1 1 3 9 * . ^ ^ M m. MTM.Naada work. AaMng l i s a C M STOCK — OM, 4 DM carba. tor 73W1145 tmlHLANOS — AduM o n M MOWELL — Spactoua. naw. 7 aala with manHokto 171 a patoa. FAIR HAVEN FORD WINDOW VAN — 1 M 2 CHRSLER LEBARON — Con*. HONDA— *0 PraL. atac aun SmM traMr. Ctoaa to NYC room. I badroom, 2V. b a n .YMOUTH HORIZON — 1**1 . Ava. 2/S badroom and 2 tranaportaaon. No Fatal M O M . ' 291-30*3. E150. P 8 , PB, A/C. C C oaptalna B. 12,000ml Mark Croaa kitobom. Faa ahar rantal. Wafchan root. ac. 4 apd.0000rm, $3600 ranch. Larga IMng rrn. fam- Cal672-2»17. W f c Bt mi66 VEGA — Motor p a n . . rabuM chair., a lot mom. Good conov rtor. M M Cond. A l powar. A / a b/o. 142-0643 a m . or747rm. dMng rm. and aat ki aon, $6.000. C M 2*0-0247. — 1244. fPM-»PM. For appt naad. crank ahaft carb.. man
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