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IN THIS ISSUE

Readers’

Chonee Cookb

SERVING ABERDEEN,HAZLET, KEYPORT A N D M A T A W A N

P ag MARCH 29, 1995

G O P

25, NUMBER 13

40 CENTS

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R e p u b lic a n C o m m itt e e a t a s p e c i a l m e e t in g h e ld l a s t w e e k to p i c k f o u r c a n d i ­ d a t e s to r u n i n t h e n e x t e le c tio n . The

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th e r a c e . “ I d id n o t s u p p o rt th e f a c t th a t R i c h G o ld b e r g w a s n o t n o m in a te d ,” Z e lin a e x p la in e d o n M o n d a y m o r n in g . “ I a m v e r y m u c h in t e r e s t e d in b e in g a R i c h . N o o n e fo r c e d m e to d o i t .” G o ld b e r g , in t e r v ie w e d M o n d a y m o rn in g , c o u ld n o t s a y w h e th e r h e w o u ld ta k e Z e l i n a ’ s v a c a n c y o n

G o ld b e r g s a id . “ I ’ m h u m b le d b y h is su p p o rt, b u t I do no t k n o w w h a t w ill hap pen. “ T h e r e ’ s a lo t o f d is c u s s io n ,” G o ld b e r g s a id . “ I b e lie v e th e s u p p o r t I h a v e g o tte n s in c e M o n d a y (M a r c h 2 0 ) n ig h t , th e o u t p o u r in g o f s u p p o r t, h a s b e e n o v e r w h e lm in g . I h o n e s t ly d o b e li e v e th e r e w i l l b e a u n ite d tic k e t in N o v e m b e r to k e e p g o o d g o v e r n m e n t in A b e r d e e n . I ’ m n o t d w e l l i n g o n M o n d a y . I ’ m ju s t lo o k in g a h e a d .” M a y o r B r ia n M u r p h y , w h o w a s a t th e m e e tin g th a t n ig h t, s a id th at h e w i l l s u p p o rt G o ld b e r g i f h e d e c id e s to ru n in N o v e m b e r . “ I w a s v e r y d is a p p o in te d in th e o u tc o m e o f th a t v o t e ,” M u r p h y s a id . “ R i c h G o ld b e r g w a s a v e r y

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M a r s h a ll h a s ru n th e p la n t s in c e 1 9 8 3

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S e w e r a g e A u t h o r it y , w h ic h

a n d a ls o w o r k e d th e re f o r th re e y e a r s

to w n to tie in t o o n e o f t w o r e g io n a l

w h e n it f ir s t o p e n e d in 1 9 7 4 .

f a c ilit ie s w h ic h d is c h a r g e th ro u g h th e

B a y sh o re

T h e p la n t s e r v e s a ll o r p a rt o f A b e rd e e n , K e a n sb u rg ,

H a z le t ,

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K e y p o rt,

M a r lb o r o ,

M a ta w a n an d U n io n B e a c h .

T o c o n t r o l o d o r s , a l l o f th e f i n a l

B a y s h o r e O u t f a l l A u t h o r i t y in t o th e

tre a tm e n t ta n k s w i l l b e c o v e r e d an d a

A t l a n t ic O c e a n , m a r k in g th e r e a l i z a ­

n e w o d o r- c o n t ro l b u ild in g w i l l c le a n

tio n o f a d re a m th a t b e g a n m a n y y e a rs

a ir p u m p e d f r o m th e c o v e r e d ta n k s . “ W h e n w e get don e, w e w ill h av e a

a g o . T h e o th e r p la n t is in M id d le t o w n an d a ls o s e rv e s A t la n t ic H ig h la n d s an d

D e s ig n e d to d o u b le th e p la n t ’ s c a ­

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g a llo n s p e r d a y ( M G D ) , th e e x p a n s io n

c u s t o m e r s w i l l h a v e n e w “ m o re r e l i ­

U n io n B e a c h c o m p le x b e fo re th e c o n ­

b e g a n a lm o s t th re e y e a r s ag o f o l l o w ­

a b le an d m o re o d o r- fre e e q u ip m e n t.”

th e tic k e t . “ I t h in k M a r k w o u ld m a k e a fin e c o u n c ilm a n ,”

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h e $ 5 2 m i l l i o n e x p a n s io n o f

s e r v e s e ig h t a r e a t o w n s , i s n e a r in g c o m p le tio n .

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H ig h la n d s .

s tr u c tio n b e g a n , it i s a to t a lly d if fe r e n t p la c e , w it h v ir t u a lly e v e r y s iz a b le

s lu d g e d is p o s a l a n d o d o r p r o b le m s .

t a l k a b o u t b e in g f u l l y d e v e l o p e d ,

o p e n s p a c e f i l l e d w it h a n e w ta n k

S in c e th e n th e p r o je c t h a s q u ie t ly g o n e

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to c o m p o s t r a t h e r t h a n i n c i n e r a t e

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M I D D L E T O W N — T h e M o n m o u th C o u n ty B o a rd o f R e c re a tio n C o m m is -s io n e rs got an e a rfu l la s t w e e k o f w h a t L in c r o f t re sid e n ts th in k o f a p ro p o sed firs t-o f-a -k in d re g io n a l sp orts c o m p le x in th e ir b a c k y a rd . O v e r a h u n d r e d p e o p le a tte n d e d th e b o a r d ’ s M a r c h 21 m e e t in g , h e ld a t th e a d m in is tra tio n b u ild in g at T h o m p s o n P a r k in L in c r o f t , sq u e e zin g aro u n d the m e e tin g t a b le a n d s p i l l i n g in t o th e h a l l w a y a n d a d jo in in g ro o m . W h i l e th e m a j o r i t y o f th e a u d ie n c e o p p o s e d th e p la n , p e o p le a ls o s p o k e in f a v o r, in c lu d in g fo rm e r M a y o r N o e l “ B r it t ” R a y n o r a n d t w o m e m b e r s o f th e M id d le t o w n R e c r e a t io n A d v is o r y C o m m itte e . T h e d e v e lo p m e n t i s p la n n e d f o r th e c o u n ty p a rk s y s te m ’ s 1 2 1 -a cre S u n n y s id e R e c re a tio n A r e a , lo c a te d on both s id e s o f M id d le to w n - L in c r o f t R o a d , b e tw e e n W e s t F ro n t S tre e t and N u t S w a m p R o a d . P r e lim in a r y p la n s c a l l f o r a f iv e - f ie ld a d u lt s o f t b a ll c o m p le x , c a lle d a “ p e n ta p l e x ,” o n th e w e s t s id e o f th e r o a d , an d th re e s o c c e r f ie ld s , se ve n te n n is, fo u r b a s­ k e tb a ll an d fo u r san d v o lle y b a ll c o u rts, p lu s b a ttin g c a g e s o n th e e a st s id e , o c c u p y in g ab o u t 5 0 p e rc e n t o f th e tra c t. P la y g ro u n d are as o r “ tot lo ts” a lso are p la n n e d . C h a ir w o m a n A d e lin e H . L u b k e r t p e r­ m itte d p e o p le to sp e a k f o r ab o ut an h o u r, then u rg e d th em to send th e ir c o m m e n ts in w r itin g . C o m m is s io n e r A n th o n y M u s e lla , a fo r ­ m e r M id d le to w n m a y o r, w a s the o n ly board m e m b e r to s p e a k a t le n g th ab o ut the p la n s, w h ic h a re s t ill c o n s id ­ e re d p r e lim in a r y a n d w o n ’ t b e f in a liz e d u n t i l t h e e n d o f th e y e a r. M u s e lla c o m p a re d the a d u lt s o ftb a ll fie ld to t h e t o w n s h i p ’ s M TT (M id d le to w n T o w n s h ip T h o m p s o n ) P a r k o n R o u te 5 2 0 in L i n c r o f t a n d s a id it w o u ld le s s in t e n s e in te rm s o f u se. M T T h as s e v e n f ie l d s . H e a ls o s a id th e lig h t in g th a t r e s id e n t s a re c o n ­ c e rn e d ab out is a lre a d y in u se at th e to w n ­ s h ip ’ s L in c r o f t A c r e s and N o rm a n d y P a r k s ite s . I t is a n e w ty p e o f lig h t in g th at has le s s “ s p illa g e o ut o f th e a re a ,” he sa id . F o c u s in g o n th e p e n ta p le x , M u s e lla sa id th a t b e c a u s e o f th e g r o w in g n u m b e rs o f y o u th le a g u e te am s, ad u lt leag u e s are b e in g e x c lu d e d fro m lo c a l fie ld s . “ T h e c o u n ty is atte m p tin g to a lle v ia te p a rt o f the p ro b le m ,” w it h the p e n ta p le x p la n , h e sa id . M id d le t o w n S u p e r in t e n d e n t of R e c r e a t io n B e n C u r c i s a id la t e r th a t 6 8 a d u lt o rg a n iz a tio n s u se M id d le to w n b a llf i e l d s a n d t h a t “ a n y r e l i e f w o u ld b e a r e lie f .” O f th e a p p ro x im a te ly 1 3 ,0 0 0 p la y ­ e r s w h o u s e th e f i e l d s , a b o u t 4 ,0 0 0 a re a d u lts. M id d le to w n h a s 61 f ie ld s w h ic h are u tiliz e d b y 3 2 1 te am s. F o r lo c a l a d u lt te a m s , th e o n ly d r a w ­

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b a c k at th e p e n t a p le x i s th a t th e c o u n t y w o u ld ch a rg e a u se fe e . It m ig h t re s e rv e the fie ld s fo r to u rn a m e n t-o n ly p la y , C u r c i sa id . S p e a k in g o n b e h a lf o f r e s id e n t s w h o o p p o s e b o th th e c o n c e p t a n d s iz e o f th e p r o je c t , J i m H i n c k l e y , 2 3 E m o r y D r i v e , s a id , “ W e ’ re n o t o b s t r u c tio n is ts ,” b u t th e p ro p o sa l is “ju s t too m u c h ,” and “ i t ’ s c le a r ­ l y the w ro n g p la c e fo r th is ty p e f a c ilit y .” T r a f f ic im p a c t is th e m a jo r c o n c e rn , bu t opp onents a ls o w o r r y ab o ut n o is e , lig h tin g and e v e n c ro w d c o n tro l. A s k e d la te r w h a t th e o p p o n e n ts w o u ld lik e the c o u n ty to d o , an o th er sp o ke sp e rso n , R ic h a r d O le s o n , 7 0 P r is c illa D r iv e , sa id , “ I f y o u g o t r id o f the p e n t a p le x and s p re a d th e o th e r f a c ilit ie s a ro u n d th e w h o le ( a r e a ) , w e w o u ld b e in the b a ll­ p a rk .” S o m e r e s id e n t s w o u ld p re fe r a T h o m p s o n P a r k - lik e f a c ilit y . M i d d le t o w n L in c r o ft Road, w h ic h r u n s b e tw e e n K in g s H ig h w a y and R o u te 5 2 0 , is h e a v i­ l y tra v e le d n o w b e cau se o f th e M id d le to w n T r a in S t a t io n a t th e n o r th e n d a n d B r o o k d a le C o m m u n it y C o lle g e n e a r th e so u th e n d , n o ted O le s o n . “ P u ttin g a c o m ­ p le x lik e th is in th e m id d le w o u ld b e a d is ­ a s t e r .” I t s h o u ld b e o n a m a jo r h ig h w a y w h e re th ere is e a s y a c c e s s , h e sa id . O th e r o p p o nents co m p a re d th e p la n s to a M o n m o u th M a ll a n d e v e n a m in i M e a d o w la n d s , and sa id th e ir p ro p e rty v a l­ u e s w o u ld b e s e v e re ly im p a c te d . “ I ’ m d e v ­ astated. I fe e l lik e I ’ m on th e m o o n ,” sa id o ne re sid e n t o f O g d e n C o u rt. M id d le to w n is “ in fa m o u s ” fo r re sid e n ts o p p o s in g a n y t h in g g o o d i f i t i s in t h e ir b a c k y a r d , s a id P a u l H o o k e r , o f 1 4 5 F o u r W in d s D r iv e and a m e m b e r o f th e to w n sh ip R e c r e a t io n A d v is o r y C o m m itt e e . “ S o m e t im e s i t g e ts a l i t t l e b i t c r a z y in

Preliminary plans call for a five-field adult softball complex, three soccer fields, seven tennis, four basketball and four sand volleyball courts, plus batting cages. Playground areas also are planned.

t o w n ,” h e s a id , r e c a l l i n g th e s u c c e s s f u l fig h t a c o u p le y e a rs ago to sto p the to w n ­ s h ip fro m tu rn in g th e fo r m e r N u t S w a m p b a m in to a te e n /co m m u n ity c e n te r. H o o k e r s a id th e c o u n ty p a rk s y s te m is th e b est in the state and th at h e is o ffe n d e d b y f ly e r s p u t o u t b y o p p o nents w h ic h m a k e th e p ro je c t so u n d “ lik e N e w a r k A ir p o r t .” B i l l K i t le y , a n o th e r M id d le to w n r e c r e ­ a t io n c o m m it t e e m e m b e r , s a id th e b e s t t h in g th e t o w n s h ip c o u ld h a v e i s m o r e p a r k s , a n d p e o p le s h o u ld k e e p a n o p e n m in d u n til th e p la n s a re f in a liz e d . “ W e ’re g e ttin g in v o lv e d in e m o tio n a lis m ,” K i t le y sa id . I n lie u o f 3 8 7 h o u s in g u n it s , “ w e c o n ­ v in c e d th e c o u n ty to sp e n d a c o n sid e ra b le am o u n t o f m o n e y fo r the p ro p e rty , k n o w in g it w o u ld b rin g “ so m e tr a f f ic an d so m e d is ­ co n te n t, b u t fo r th e b e tte r,” fo rm e r M a y o r N o e l “ B r it t ” R a y n o r re m in d e d th e c ro w d . R a y n o r s a id it is an id e a l site fo r r e c re ­ a tio n a c tiv it y b e ca u se it is b o rd e re d b y the G a rd e n State P a r k w a y o v e rp a ss and i s in “ a h o llo w ,” w h ic h w i l l d e cre a se th e a ffe c t o f th e lig h tin g . F u rt h e r m o r e , h e s a id , th e to w n h a s an o r d in a n c e r e q u ir in g th a t f i e l d lig h t s be tu rn ed o f f at 10 p .m . “ I see th is as a s a te llite c o m p le x fo r th e p e o p le o f M id d le to w n ,” sa id R a y n o r . W h ile h e fa v o r s th e c o n c e p t, h e d id s a y “ m a y b e th is th in g is a lit t le in t e n s e ,” p lu s h e w a s c r i t i c a l th a t th e r e a re n o p la n s f o r s id e ­ w a lk s . A l s o s p e a k in g in f a v o r o f th e p r o je c t, c o m m u n it y a c t i v i s t A r t W e i m e r o f th e L e o n a rd o s e c tio n , s a id it w i l l e n h a n c e th e to w n s h ip a n d , at th e sa m e tim e , s a v e ta x d o lla r s b y e lim in a t in g th e n ee d f o r m o re to w n sh ip b a llfie ld s . T h e re h a s be en o p p o sitio n to p la n s fo r tw o n e w to w n s h ip b a llf ie ld s a t C r o y d o n H a ll p a rk in the L e o n a rd o a re a , p a rt ic u la rly fro m re sid e n ts w h o liv e n e a rb y . W e im e r b e lie v e s th e c o u n t y c o m p le x w i l l r e lie v e p re s s u re f o r a d d itio n a l to w n ­ s h ip f ie ld s b y ta k in g a d u lt le a g u e s o f f lo c a l f ie ld s and p u ttin g th em at th e c o u n ty c o m ­ p le x .

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M A T A W A N — A p o p u la r te a c h e r at M a ta w a n R e g io n a l H ig h S c h o o l and the M a ta w a n A v e n u e M id d le sc h o o l passed a w a y su d d e n ly on M a rc h 2 0 . D ia n a L y n c h - F ir c a , 4 0 , w h o taught It a lia n in th e d is tric t fo r fo u r y e a rs , a rriv e d to teach that M o n d a y m o rn in g . T h e n , aro u n d 1 2 :3 0 to 1 p .m ., F ir c a s a id sh e w a s n ’ t fe e lin g w e ll, s a id M a ta w a n R e g io n a l H ig h S c h o o l p rin c ip a l R o g e r I \ j c c il l o . “ S h e w a s h a v in g d iffic u lty b reath in g ,” T u c c illo sa id . T h e p a ra m e d ic s w e re c a lle d and she w a s ru s h e d to B a y s h o r e C o m m u n it y H o s p ita l in H o lm d e l, he sa id . A t 4 p .m ., the sch o o l re c e iv e d a rep o rt th at sh e had p asse d a w a y , T u c c illo sa id . The M o n m o u th C o u n t y M e d ic a l E x a m in e r ’s O ffic e c o u ld not d ia g n o se the c a u s e o f d e ath , s in c e the f a m ily o b jected to a n au to p sy, a sp o ke sp erso n sa id . F ir c a , w h o re sid e d in T in to n F a lls , had been m a rrie d fo r a y e a r and had no c h il­ d ren . “ S h e h ad been i l l la s t O c to b e r w ith a m id d le e a r in fe c tio n ,” the p rin c ip a l sa id on T u e s d a y m o rn in g , w h e n a s k e d i f the te a ch e r had been s ic k at a ll th is y e a r. “ It w a s n ’ t se rio u s .” “ W e a re a ll sh o ck e d tod ay. W e h a v e the c r is is te am , the c h ild stu d y te a m , o n han d f o r c o u n s e lin g ," he sa id . H e r c o u rse at M a ta w a n A v e n u e M id d le sc h o o l w a s “ In tro d u c tio n to It a lia n ” an d at th e h ig h s c h o o l, “ Ita lia n .” C h a rle n e C a n z a n o , an E n g lis h te acher

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in the h ig h s c h o o l, sa id , “ S h e w a s sw eet, re fin e d , th o u g h fu l, v e ry c u ltu re d and softsp o ken.” “ W e w e re ju s t b e co m in g good frie n d s,” she sa id . “ S h e help ed m e fin d lo st re la tiv e s in It a ly b y w r itin g letters on h er o w n tim e . S h e b ro u g h t a lo t o f c la s s and c u ltu re in to th is sc h o o l in a h u m b le w a y .” F ir c a re c e iv e d b a c h e lo r’s d egrees in art h is to ry an d Ita lia n fro m the U n iv e rs ity o f C o lo ra d o in 1 9 7 6 , and a m a ste r’s in art h is to r y fro m R o s a r y C o lle g e at V i l l a S c h ifa n o ia , G ra d u a te S c h o o l o f F in e A rts in 1979. B e f o r e c o m in g to M a ta w a n , F ir c a taught E n g lis h as a fo re ig n lan g u ag e at L o r d B y r o n C o lle g e , L o n d o n , an d A n g lo C o n t in e n t a l, W e s t L o n g B r a n c h . S h e fo u n d ed th e A m e ric a n L a n g u a g e C e n te r in Ita ly . In a d d itio n , F ir c a w a s a m e m b e r o f the Ir is h L a n g u a g e S o c ie t y at B r o o k d a le C o m m u n it y C o lle g e , th e N e w J e r s e y E d u c a tio n A s s o c ia tio n , F o re ig n L a n g u a g e E d u c a to rs o f N e w Je rse y , N a tio n a l A r t E d u c a t io n A s s o c ia t io n , th e G u ild o f C re a tiv e A r t and th e A r t E d u c a to rs o f N e w Je rse y . S h e attended S t . L e o the G re a t R o m a n C a th o lic C h u r c h , M id d le to w n . S u r v iv in g are h e r h u sb an d , Jo h n ; h er m o th e r, E le a n o r L y n c h o f M id d le to w n ; a n d tw o b ro th e rs , D a n ie l L y n c h o f C o h o e s , N . Y . , an d D e n n is L y n c h o f M e m p h is , T e n n . T h e fu n e ra l at Jo h n E . D a y F u n e ra l H o m e , K e y p o rt , w a s o n F rid a y .

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M I D D L E T O W N — S tu d e n ts p a r t ic i­ p a tin g in g o lf, b o w lin g a n d w in t e r tr a c k d u rin g th e 1 9 9 4 -9 5 s c h o o l y e a r m a y be d o in g so f o r th e la s t tim e , a c c o rd in g to B o a r d o f E d u c a t io n P r e s id e n t K a r e n F e n to n . F e n to n s a id th e le s s p o p u la r sp o rts m a y h a v e to b e c u t d u e to sp e n d in g lim it a tio n s im p o se d o n th e d is t r ic t a s a r e s u lt o f th e 1 9 9 5 - 9 6 s c h o o l b u d g e t. F e n t o n a ls o stre sse d th at n o d e c is io n h a s b e e n m a d e as o f y e t. “ W e c a n ’ t a ffo rd to fu n d th e se sp o rts w h e n th e re is o n ly lim it e d p a rtic ip a tio n ,” s a id F e n to n . “ T h is se e m s to b e a tre n d w e ’v e be en tr y in g to r e s is t.” F e n to n s a id th e state D e p a rtm e n t o f E d u c a t io n re c o m m e n d e d th a t th e b o a rd c u t $ 3 3 ,0 0 0 o u t o f it s a t h le t ic p r o g r a m s b e c a u se th e d is tr ic t is a p p ly in g f o r a th o r­ o u g h an d e f f ic ie n t ( T & E ) c a p w a iv e r. D is t r ic t s a p p ly in g f o r T & E c a p w a iv e rs are fo rc e d to m a k e c u ts to p ro g ra m s n o t c o n s id e re d e s s e n tia l to d e liv e r in g an a d e ­ q u ate e d u c a tio n . F e n to n s a id th e d is t r ic t w i l l h a v e to lo o k a t th e s tru c tu re o f its a th le tic p ro ­ g ra m s in o rd e r to u n d e rsta n d w h e th e r i t is c o s t e ffe c tiv e to c o n tin u e to fu n d f re s h ­ m a n , j u n io r v a r s it y an d v a r s it y te a m s in o th e r sp o rts. F e n to n s a id it m a y b e m o re f e a s ib le to fu n d ju s t o n e o r tw o te a m s in a n y g iv e n sp o rt. B o a r d V ic e P r e s id e n t J o h n S u lliv a n s a id S c h o o ls S u p e rin te n d e n t P e te r M e r lu z z i h a s b e en s tu d y in g th e a th le tic p ro g ra m an d w h ic h a re a s m a y h a v e to b e e lim in a te d o r re d u c e d in s iz e .

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Board approves budget T h e $ 8 9 .9 m illio n 1 9 9 4 -9 5 p r e lim in a r y b u d g e t, w h ic h c a lls f o r a ta x h ik e o f $ 1 5 7 fo r a re sid e n t w it h a h o m e asse sse d at $ 1 0 0 ,0 0 0 , w a s ad o pted T h u r s d a y at a sp e­ c ia l m e e tin g . O v e r a ll, re sid e n ts w it h a h o m e a s se sse d a t $ 1 0 0 ,0 0 0 w o u ld p a y $ 1 ,5 1 3 in s c h o o l ta x e s . T h e b u d g et is $ 5 .4 m illio n ab o v e the state m a n d a te d c a p w a iv e r o f 4 .7 6 p e rc e n t. T h e b o a rd d id n o t d is c u s s in d e ta il th e p o s s ib le c u ts to th e a th le tic p ro g ra m s, but M e r lu z z i d id m e n tio n th a t e x t r a c u rr ic u la r a c t iv it ie s w o u ld h a v e to b e e x a m in e d . T h e h a d o r ig in a lly a p p lie d f o r a $ 5 ,8 5 6 ,0 2 8 c a p w a iv e r w it h $ 5 m illio n g o in g to w a rd c a p ita l im p ro v e m e n ts and $ 8 5 6 ,0 2 8 to w a rd s p e c ia l e d u c a tio n p ro ­ g ra m s . M e r lu z z i s a id th e d is tr ic t w a s to ld b y th e state th a t $ 4 0 0 ,0 0 0 w o u ld b e c u t o u t o f th e $ 8 5 6 ,0 2 8 re q u e st, bu t th e am o u n t c o u ld b e p la c e d b a c k in to th e b u d g et. M e r lu z z i s a id th e $ 5 m illio n am o u n t w i l l g o to w a rd f ix in g d a m ag e d ro o fs at the d is t r ic t ’ s s c h o o ls . B o a r d P re s id e n t F e n to n h a s re p e a te d ly stated th a t th e d is tr ic t n ee d s a n o th e r g u id ­ a n c e c o u n s e lo r, so M e r lu z z i re c o m m e n d e d th a t a n a d d itio n a l c a p w a iv e r b e p la c e d on th e A p r i l 18 b a llo t fo r th at p u rp o se . A se p ­ a ra te $ 2 5 0 ,0 0 0 c a p w a iv e r re q u e st h as b e e n p la c e d o n th e b a llo t fo r a g u id a n c e p o s itio n , s u p e r v is o r s a la rie s , n o n -in stru c tio n a l e q u ip m e n t and o th e r ite m s c o n s id ­ e red im p o rta n t to s c h o o l o f f ic ia ls .

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M a y o r Jo h n B radshaw , w h o sits on the b o ard , said if it b eco m e s a p ro b lem , th e to w n sh ip w ill co n sid er m ak in g it o n e w ay to R o u te 35. T h e ap p lica n t still needs approval from th e state D ep artm en t o f T ran sp o rtatio n . T h e site w ill h ave tw o rig h t-tu rn -o n ly exits o n to C la rk S treet an d a m ain entran ce-ex it o n R o u te 35. T h e b u lk o f the site fro n ts on C lark Street. L o n g -tim e b o ard m em b er T om K elly w as th e o n ly o n e to vote ag a in st th e a p ­ p licatio n . B o ard m em b er D an iel M alco lm abstained. “I ju s t d o n ’t like to act so quickly,” K elly said after th e m eeting. H e w ould have p re fe rred m o re tim e to co n sid e r the o b jec tio n s raised by resid en ts. A lso K elly n o ted th a t ab o u t tw o o r th ree m o n th s ago, th e ap p lican t h ad p ro ­ p o se d a seco n d 4 0 ,0 0 0 to 5 0 ,0 0 0 squarefo o t b u ild in g o n the site facin g C lark Street. T he o th e r build in g w as no t p art o f T h u rsd a y ’s application. P la n n in g B o ard C h airm an R o b ert K ing read in to th e rec o rd a M arch 20 letter from th e K ey p o rt B o ro u g h C o u n cil statin g the b o ard sh o u ld re q u ire an en tran ce as w ell as an ex it on C lark S treet, th at th e traffic flow sh o u ld be c arefu lly studied, an d that the p ro je ct is lik ely to in crease accidents in the area. C lark S treet fo rm s the b o rd er betw een K ey p o rt an d H azlet. It is a h ig h traffic area b ecau se o f G arden S tate P ark w ay E xit 117. D a v id W illia m so n , th e p re sid e n t o f V illage G reenw ay, a larg e c o n d o m in iu m c o m p lex lo cated ju s t w est o f th e site, e n c o u rag ed the b o ard to app ro v e the plans. W alter G o d lew sk i. 54 F leetw o o d D rive, w arn ed a b o u t lig h tin g and n o ise pollution. H e lives n ea r th e H azlet P rice C lub, built several y ears ago o n R ou te 35, an d said that alth o u g h resid en ts w ere to ld there w o u ld be n o n oise, you can h e ar th e air c o n d itio n in g units from 600 feet away. “ I t’s th e du ty o f th e board,” h e said, to m ak e sure th e p ro je ct w ill im p ro v e ra th e r than h arm th e q u ality o f life. B rad sh aw said this applicatio n is b etter than a p rev io u s p lan to bu ild o v er 220 h o u sin g u nits w h ich w ould raised school taxes.

c h a n g e s to b o a rd U n d e r th e re c o m m e n d e d g ra d e g rouping, the fo u r grad es at Indian H ill S chool w ould be sep arated in to tw o “h o u se” schools. T h erefo re, grades th ree and fo u r w ould be separated from grades five an d six, but all grad es w ould sh are th e sam e core educational facilities such as the gym n asiu m , library and cafeteria.

BY KEVIN FRIEDLANDER Staff W r ite r H O L M D E L — T h e B o ard o f E d u ca­ tion received tw o su b c o m m ittee reports last w eek from a citiz e n s g ro u p studying th e future ed u catio n al d irectio n o f the school d istrict.

T h e W illiam R. Satz S chool w ould h o u se g rad es seven and eig h t if th e sub­ c o m m ittees’ reco m m en d atio n s w ere to be im plem ented. T he school cu rren tly h o u ses grades six to eight.

A t the M arch 2 2 sch o o l board m eet­ ing at th e W illiam R. S atz S chool, the s u b c o m m itte e s w h ich stu d ie d g ra d e g ro u p in g and cla ss size p resen ted reports to th e board and public.

T h e c itiz e n s g ro u p d e c id e d th a t H olm del H igh School should rem ain a g rad es nine to tw elve.

T h e co m m itte e w hich studied grade g ro u p in g reco m m en d ed th at th e school district sh o u ld m ake th e V illage S chool a p re -k in d e rg a rte n , k in d e rg a rte n and g rad es o n e and tw o facility. T he V illage S chool cu rren tly h o u ses th e kindergarten through the third grade.

Class size T h e sub co m m ittee on class size rec­ o m m en d ed that the am ount o f students in a kindergarten class should not exceed 22. T h e am ount o f stu d en ts in a first grade class sho uld not ex ceed 25; second grade, 24; third grade, 24; fourth and fifth g ra d e s , 23. T h e re c o m m e n d e d am ount o f students assigned to a class at the W illiam R. Satz School and H olm del H igh S chool varied acco rd in g to subject.

T h e g ro u p also said the c u rren t stu ­ d en t po p u latio n o f th e V illage S chool, w hich is 831, is to o large fo r an e lem en ­ tary school. D uring last m o n th ’s prelim i­ nary facilities p resen tatio n , the school d is tr ic t’s a rc h ite c tu ra l firm , F arid y , T h o rn e and F ray tak o f T ren to n , said el­ em en tary sch o o l p o p u latio n s should not ex ceed 800.

T h e school board form ed the ad hoc citizen s co m m ittee in Jan u ary to study the future educational d irection o f the school d istrict and the facilities needed to acco m m o d ate future student p o p u la­ tion grow th and educational program s.

T h e c itiz e n s g ro u p a lso re c o m ­ m en d ed th a t th e In d ian H ill S ch o o l h ouse g rad es three to six. T h e school cu rren tly houses ju s t g rad e fo u r and five.

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T h e tw o fin alists w ill to u r th e schools an d m e e t w ith the p rin cip als, then p a r­ ticip ate in a co m m u n ity forum w ith invited g u ests fro m th e com m unity, S p arta said. B o ard m em b e rs h av e already v isited the c a n d id a te s ’ sc h o o l d istric ts. R ep resen tativ es from the v arious paren tteac h er g ro u p s, fo rm er b o a rd p resid en ts an d o th e r have b een invited, said Sparta. O n A p ril 5, the b o ard m ay m ake an in fo rm al selectio n — b u t th e selectio n w ill n o t be m ad e p u b lic. B u t it w ill b e u p to the new b o ard , fo llo w in g the A p ril 18 school elec tio n , to m ak e th e final d ecision. S p a rta said th e b o ard m ay m ake the a p p o in tm e n t at an A p ril 27 cu rricu lu m m eetin g , to give th e new su p erin ten d e n t a d eq u ate tim e to n o tice his o ld district.

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Asaad Hani Samra o f H olm del w as nam ed to the d ean ’s list fo r the fall sem sester at Johns H opkins University. H e is the son o f Dr. and Dr. Said A bou Sam ra. H e is a graduate o f R anney School, T inton Falls. A biology m ajor, S am ra w ill graduate in M ay 1997. Named to the dean’s list for the fall sem ester at M iam i University, Fla., are: C olleen M . D ec and P aula M . Jantz, both o f L incroft; and M eghan E. H orl o f A berdeen. Heather Renee McCabe o f H olm del w as n am ed to th e d e a n ’s list a t T h e U niversity o f South C arolina, C olum bia. Named to the dean’s list fo r the fall sem ester at Jersey C ity State C ollege, N .J., are the follow ing area residents: A nnette L anger o f H olm del; A llyson E ly and Sam eh Fanous o f K eyport; Sherry M aliszew ski o f L eonardo; K w ok K uen C hak o f M ataw an; and D ana D am ato o f N orth M iddletow n. Lauren Erera, d aughter o f Mr. and M rs. L aurence E rera o f M iddletow n, w as nam ed to th e d e a n ’s list at the U niversity o f R ichm ond, Va. Holmdel residents M atth ew C h risto p h er D ivjak, C h risto p h er F rancis G arber, and A ngela Y on-W hay W o w ere nam ed to the d ean ’s list for the fall sem ester at R ensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, N.Y. Jesse Marcus o f A berdeen Tow nship w as n am ed to th e d e a n ’s list a t th e U n iv ersity o f H artfo rd , W est H artfo rd , C onn. Angela Susan Muller o f M ataw an w as nam ed to the dean ’s list at the U niversity o f N orth C arolina at W ilm ington for th e fall sem ester. She w as also inducted to the N ational H onor Society in E nglish. Denise Mautone, d au g h ter of A lessandro and Ida M autone o f H olm del, w as elected p resid en t o f K appa K appa G am m a sorority at B ucknell U niversity, Lewisburg, Pa. Holly A. Benedict o f K eyport w as nam ed to the dean’s list at W esley C ollege, Dover, Del. Theodore Spitaletto Jr. o f H azlet has been nam ed to the dean ’s list for the fall sem ester at K ean C ollege, U nion. H e will graduate in M ay with a degree in accounting. Midshipman James Mahlman, son o f Mr. and M rs. H enry M ahlm an o f M iddle­ tow n, has received a Silver S tar at the U.S. M erchant M arine A cadem y, K ings Point, N.Y., for achieving a grade-point average betw een 3.25-3.49 during the second quar­ ter. H e is a graduate o f M iddletow n H igh School South. Monmouth University, W est L o n g B ranch, announces the follow ing area stu­ dents have been nam ed to the dean’s list for the fall sem ester: H azlet - N aveed A lam , C herylan G eorge, H eather G itlin, E ileen Javora, Jean n e S chw eitzer, and N ancy W illiam s; H olm del - E lizab eth Feeney, P atricia M ika, P atricia M o ran , R obyn Pinhas, T heodore R ankl, L aurel Tow nsend, A n ita V arm a, D iane W alsh; K eyport L u an n e R usso; M id d leto w n - R ich ard A hlert, B ry an t A nderson, L isa A rnseth, M ark B est, D olores B lack, B rea B lunda, E lizabeth B yrnes, L aura C appuccio, L oriana C arbone, M atthew Cuccia, K evin D alfonzo, R o b ert D illo n , Jaso n K ap lan , Je n n ifer Kolesar, K erry K om ett, K athleen M anetti, M ichael M assagli, E m ilia M attone, D ouglas M cK enzie, K athy O ’N eil, B rid g et S an g erm an o , R en a S ch ein h artz, L o lita Skinitis, K aren Staffa, A pril Triplett, N ora W iener, M ark Zink; Netania Zagorski, o f M iddletow n H igh School South, w as one o f tw o students in M onm outh C ounty to be honored in the 25th A nn iv ersary H ig h S ch o o l Ju n io r A rt Students Awards C ontest, at the M onm outh C ounty Festival o f A rts. N etania w on a $100 aw ard, and w ill have her draw ing displayed at the ju ried art show at th e M onm outh Festival o f the A rts A pril 2-5.

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T oback said the sch o o l b o a rd is co m ­ m itted to addressing the co n c e rn s o f those liv in g adjacen t to 8-acre strip o f land. T ob ack said he has alread y sp o k e w ith o ne o f th e n eighbors and th a t th e b o a rd ’s build in g and grounds co m m ittee w ill w ork to ease the con cern s o f th e resid en ts. “W e’re going to b e g o o d n eig h b o rs,” said T oback. “W e’re also c o m m itted to serving the n eed s o f th e co m m u n ity by p ro v id in g m o re p lay in g space.” B o ard V ice P resid e n t P atrice G orm an said th e land in q u estio n w as d o n ated to th e B o ard o f E ducatio n from th e d ev elo p ­ e r o f T h e C ro ssin g s d evelopm ent. T h e land has b een v acan t fo r th e last few years and ju s t recen tly th e developer, T erry S herm an o f H olm d el, b eg an clearing th e la n d so th at it co u ld b e u sed to create so ccer fields. G orm an said th e H o lm d el Y outh A th ­ letic A sso ciatio n (H Y A A ) w as in d esp erate need o f so ccer fields so th e b o ard d ecid e d to tem p o rarily don ate th e lan d fo r re c re ­ atio n purposes. G orm an also said th e la n d c o u ld b e u se d in th e fu tu re b y th e B o a rd o f E d u c atio n fo r school e x p an sio n pu rp o ses. “W e ’re v ery h app y to co o p e ra te w ith th e H Y A A to p ro v id e them w ith space,” said G orm an. “T h ey n eed th e space, so th a t is w hy w e m o v ed ahead w ith this.” T h e dev elo p er is cu rren tly clea rin g , seed in g and grad in g th e lan d so th a t it can be u sed to create the so ccer fields. G o rm an said sh e recen tly v isited the site and it can m o st lik ely b e u sed to create tw o so ccer fields.

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T h e p ro je c t, c o n tra c te d to A tla s C o n stru ctio n , S tam fo rd , C o n n ., in clu d es u p g rad es to all e x istin g e q u ip m e n t and a M a ta w a n p u m p in g s ta tio n , p lu s c o n ­ stru ctio n o f a new p u m p in g statio n in th e W est K ean sb u rg sec tio n o f H azlet. T h e new e q u ip m e n t w ill g o on lin e in stag es, said M arsh all. A s they sw itch o v er th is sum m er, th e o ld ta n k s w ill b e em p tied an d im p ro v ed , so m eth in g th a t w as im p o s­ sib le to d o w h en th e p la n t w as at capacity.

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B y th e e n d o f 1995, e v ery th in g should b e co m p le te ly o n lin e, M a rsh all said. T h e fin al step w ill b e lan d sc a p in g and b u ild in g a b erm on o n e side o f th e en tran ce ro ad , to b u ffer a n earb y resid en tial a re a and e lim in a te th e n eed to d isp o se o f a sm all m o u n ta in o f dirt. D u rin g co n stru ctio n , th e b ig g e st p ro b ­ lem , said M a rsh a ll, w as g ettin g rid o f th o u ­ san d s o f y ard s o f d irt to m a k e w ay fo r the n ew tan k s, d irt th at iro n ic a lly w as b ro u g h t in 25 y ears ag o as lan d fill. A lo t w as tru c k e d tw o y e a rs a g o to th e Old M id d leto w n lan d fill in B elfo rd , creatin g a flu rry o f p ro te st o v e r tru ck traffic in th at area. T h a t p ro te st ig n ited a m u ch larg er p ro te st a g a in st th e co u n ty ’s p lan s fo r a n earb y p a sse n g e r ferry term inal. T h e p ro je c t g en e ra te d o th er traffic as w ell. M arsh all rec a lle d o n e d ay w hen 4 0 c e m e n t tru c k s lin ed u p w aitin g to p o u r c em en t. T h e e x p an sio n req u ired so m uch c e m e n t th a t th e au th o rity ju s t receiv ed w o rd it is th e re c ip ie n t o f a N ew Jersey C o n c re te an d A g g reg ate A sso cia tio n aw ard fo r “c re a tiv e u se o f c o n c re te in N ew Jersey.” In fact, it w as p ic k e d as th e g ran d aw ard w in n e r b y th e 3 7 th a n n u al co n crete a w ard c o m m ittee. B R S A is also th e re c en t re c ip ie n t o f an A sso cia tio n o f E n v iro n m en tal A u th o ritie s’ W AVE A w ard fo r an in fo rm atio n b ro c h u re a b o u t th e p lan t, th e first su ch p ie c e the a u th o rity h as ev e r done. T h e b ro c h u re is u sed fo r p u b lic e d u c a ­ tio n , a n a re a M a rsh a ll sa id th e y m ay e x p a n d u p o n , a s o th e r a u th o ritie s a re d o in g . C o p ie s can b e o b ta in e d b y c allin g 7 3 9 -1 0 9 5 . M a rsh a ll said it w ill tak e 18 y ea rs to p a y o ff th e $ 5 2 m illio n d eb t, th e b u lk o f w h ich w as a lo w in te re st lo an fro m the N ew Je rsey W astew ater T re a tm e n t T ru st F u n d . T h e state leg islatu re c re a te d th e tru st in 1985 b e c a u s e o f d e c lin in g fe d e ra l m o n ey fo r sew erag e o r w astew ater tre a t­ m e n t p la n t im p ro v em en ts. T h e au th o rity started p a y in g o ff th e d e b t in 1993 an d has b een g ra d u a lly in ­ c re a sin g p ay m e n ts. F o r th e la s t tw o y ears, c u sto m e rs have g o tten 9 to 10 p e rc e n t ra te in c re a se s, said M arsh all. T h is y e a r’s ra te to c u sto m e r to w n s is

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T h e sw itch to reg io n al sy stem s w as p ro m p te d b y new , stricter w ater quality stan d ard s a d o p ted by th e state in th e early 1960s. S eco n d ary tre a tm e n t w as re q u ire d and' re g io n a liz a tio n e n c o u ra g e d . A lso b e c a u se o f co n cern a b o u t co n tin u ed p o llu ­ C u sto m e r tow n s, in turn , b ill resid en ts. tion o f th e b ay an d alread y deterio rated In cases w h ere th ere is a sew erag e o r u tili­ sh ell fish b e d s, even w ith seco n d ary tre a t­ ty authority, as in A b erd een , H azlet and m e n t, sta te a n d fe d e ra l e n v iro n m e n ta l M arlb o ro , th e a u th o rity h an d les th e b illing. ag en cies en c o u rag ed d isch arg e in to th e E a c h to w n o r lo ca l a u th o rity is also re sp o n ­ o cean. A s a resu lt, th e M o n m o u th C o u n ty s ib le fo r o p e ra tin g B a y s h o re O u tfa ll a n d m a in ta in in g its A u th o rity w as c re ­ BSRA Customers m u n icip al in fra stru c ­ ated an d a 74 ,0 0 0 ture o r c o lle c tio n sy s­ Percentage of Total Flow fo o t o u tfa ll p ip e tem . b u ilt fro m U n io n Keansburg L o o k in g back, B each to about Keyport M arsh all said , “M o st Matawan 4 ,0 0 0 fe e t o ff p eo p le h av e fo rg o tten Holmdel S a n d y H o o k in to w h a t it w a s lik e ,” th e ocean . b e fo re th e re g io n a l B R S A — w hich p la n ts w e re e s ta b ­ to d a y h a s a $ 1 0 lish ed . U n io n B each , m illio n b u d g e t, o n e o f th e th re e in c lu d in g $3.8 m il­ fo u n d in g to w n s o f lio n in o p e ra tin g B R S A , h a d p o o rly c o sts — w as e sta b ­ fu n ctio n in g c e ssp o o ls lish ed in 1968 b y w hich, b e c a u se o f a H a z le t, H o lm d e l Union h ig h w a te r ta b le , 2% Beach a n d U n io n B e a c h w o u ld o c c a s io n a lly Marlboro a n d o p e n e d in 1974 re su lt in raw sew ag e w ith a cap acity o f 6 Aberdeen Hazlet ru n n in g d o w n th e m ' ^ ' o n 8 a^ o n s Pe r streets. Due to rounding, the total o f the percentages day. O n e b y o ne, F o rm e r m u n ic ip a l ^ a y not equal 100% th e D E P re q u ire d sew erag e p la n ts w ere th e o th e r to w n s to “very p rim itiv e ” c o m p a red to to d a y ’s, said jo in . K ean sburg in 1971, an d follow ing M a rsh a ll. T h e y p ro v id e d o n ly p rim a ry p h a se-tw o co n stru ctio n in 1975, K eyport, treatm en t, w h ich rem o v es a b o u t 4 5 to 50 M a ta w a n a n d th e W e ste rn M o n m o u th p e rc e n t o f p o llu ta n ts, an d d isch arg ed the U tilities A uthority. A b erd een , w h ich o p e r­ w aste w a ter in to R aritan Bay. T o d a y ’s large a te d its o w n seco n d ary treatm en t p lants, seco n d a ry treatm en t p lan ts rem o v e 85 to b u t d isch arg ed in to lo cal creek s w hich 9 0 p e rc e n t o f p o llu ta n ts an d d isch arg e into flo w in to th e bay, w as o rd ered to jo in in th e ocean . 1989.

$ 2 ,4 6 0 p e r m illio n g allo n s, u p fro m $2,259 last year. T h a t is still lo w er th an a lo t o f areas, said M arsh all. T h e w ay B R S A o p e r­ ates, it b ills e a c h c u sto m e r to w n b a se d on its an n u al flo w ra te in to the p lant.

T h e p la n t is a d m in istered b y a sixm e m b e r b o ard , in clu d in g tw o re p re se n ­ tatives each fro m the fo u n d in g to w n s o f H azlet, H o lm d el and U n io n B each , all serving five-year ro tatin g term s. T h e p re ­ sen t ch airm an is B ill F o rsy th o f H o lm d el. S o m e o f th e five c u sto m er to w n sh ip w h ich jo in e d after B R S A w a s fo u n d e d c o n tin u e to co m p lain fro m tim e to tim e a b o u t lack o f rep re se n ta tio n o n th e b o ard . A n o th er o n g o in g co m p lain t is th e la c k o f a h o stco m m u n ity fe e fo r U n io n B each . T h e o th e r reg io n al p lan t, o p erated b y th e T ow nship o f M id d leto w n S ew erag e A u th o rity (T O M S A ) and lo cated in th e B elfo rd sectio n o f M id d leto w n , w as b u ilt in 1969-70 an d ex p an d ed to a 10.8 M G D c ap acity in 1986. U n lik e B R S A , it c o m ­ p o sts its sludge. T h e M id d leto w n facility w as ex p ected to serv e H o lm d el south o f th e T elegraph H ill a rea d rain ag e d iv id e i f th at a re a w as ev er sew ered, b u t a few y ears ago B ell L ab o rato ries, w hich is south o f th e divide, tied in to B R S A . “In th e 90s, i f y o u can avoid b e in g in th e sew er treatm en t bfisiness, it’s g o o d to g e t out,” b ecau se o f in creasin g reg u latio n , said M arsh all, referrin g to priv ately o p e ra t­ e d facilities. In the case o f B ell L ab s, it w as c h e a p e r fo r th e m to tie in to B R S A th an M id d leto w n , he said. M a rsh a ll said H o lm d e l o ffic ia ls are now lo o k in g at alternatives fo r th e so u th ­ ern p a rt o f th e to w n sh ip , in clu d in g th e M id d le to w n p lan t, B R S A , th e W estern M o n m o u th u tilities a re a o r a co m b in atio n , w ith m o re than on e zone. W h e re an d i f th a t a re a is ever sew ered w ill d ep en d on a lo t o f factors, su ch as n eed , eco n o m ics an d , o f course, in p u t fro m th e D EP, said M arshall.

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GOOD CAUSE — The Kimisis Tis Theotokou Greek Orthodox Church of Holmdel will be holding a road race on Saturday, April 1 to benefit the congregation’s building fund. (Photo by Rich Schultz) “ O u r p a ris h h a s u n u s u a l d e m o g r a p h ­ i c s , ” s a i d T u m a z o s . “ W e ’r e a l o t o f y o u n g c o u p le s in o u r 3 0 s a n d 4 0 s a n d m o s t o f th e m a re tr y in g to b u y h o m e s a n d p a y m o rtg a g e s . “ T r a d itio n a lly , i t is th e o ld e r m e m ­ b e rs o f a c o n g re g a tio n th a t d o n a te a lo t o f m o n e y , b u t w e d o n ’t h a v e a l o t o f o ld e r m e m b e rs ,” T u m a z o s sa id . “T h a t is w h y w e a re re a c h in g o u t to th e c o m m u ­ n ity th r o u g h v a rio u s fu n d - r a is in g e v e n ts.” T u m a z o s s a id h e h a s p a rtic ip a te d in a r o u n d 17 r o a d r a c e s in th e p a s t y e a r a n d h a s e v e n ta k e n a c o u rs e o n a d m in is ­ tr a tin g a r a c e a t R u tg e r s U n iv e rs ity in

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(Photo by Rich Schultz) includes tim ely inform ation, such as a recent pro b lem w ith a com m on w eed that young peo p le in one part o f the country w ere using to get high. “A lot o f parents say they w ish the p ro ­ gram had started years ago,” said Sm ith. S ch o o l officials, in c lu d in g H az let Superintendent M ichael Cleffi, principals M arino and N icholas S ardone o f C ove R oad School, and Sister N adine o f H oly Family, w ere all very supportive, Sm ith said. Police C h ief H olm es G orm erley, D eputy C h ie f F ran k E m ery, an d C ap t. Jay Fetherston. w ho retired last fall due to illness and died recently, helped get it started, Sm ith said. T h e H azlet M unicipal A lliance against

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B o lsch , ch eerd an ce, acro /jazz, ta u g h t by Toni T orsello, Irish step dancin g , ta u g h t b y R o sem ary Seery, folk, b allro o m and m u si­ c a l c o m e d y ta u g h t b y L y n n S ch e p s. B arb ara F otin ap o u lu s teac h es classes in ballet, tap and ja z z . C athy G razian o and M ary -A n n M atsew ski b o th teach ja zz . A t B ay sh o re, each stu d e n t’s ability, need s and goals are co n sid ered . “I never believed in n o r p racticed the ‘o n e size fits

T h is y ea r, B a y sh o re A c a d e m y o f D ance, in its 16th season, w ill p resen t its p ro d u ctio n o f G ypsy and a b allet ensem ble o f the L io n K in g on Ju n e 10 at R aritan H igh S chool. “D an ce train in g h elp s p rep are the stu­ d en t fo r life thro u g h p o ise, grace, c o o rd i­ natio n , self-esteem , and c o n fid en ce, as w ell as a p p reciatio n fo r all ty p es o f m usic, dan ce and theater,” S ch eps said.

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g a r b a g e f a c ilit y _______ BY DICK METZGAR_______ Staff Writer o n m o u th C o u n ty o ffic ia ls sa id t h e y h o p e to h a v e a n e w g a rb a g e p ro c e s s in g f a c ility a t t h e c o u n t y ’ s R e c l a m a t i o n C e n t e r in T in to n F a ll s c o m p l e te d b y D e c e m b e r 1996. C o n stru c tio n is e x p e c te d to b e g in by Ju ly 1. T h e facility is ex p ected to b eco m e o p ­ e ra tio n a l at a b o u t th e sam e tim e th a t th e c u rre n t p h a s e o f th e la n d fill ru n s o u t o f s p a c e a n d a th ird p h a s e is sc h e d u le d to open. T h e n e w fa c ility is d e s ig n e d to s a v e la n d fill s p a c e a n d e s c a la te th e c o u n ty ’s re c y c lin g p ro g ra m , acco rd in g to Jo h n L. G ray, su p erin ten d e n t o f the center. A t its T h u rsd ay m e etin g a t the H a ll o f R eco rd s in F reeh o ld B o ro u g h , the co u n ty B o ard o f F reeh o ld ers a p p ro v ed a c o n tract w ith N a tio n a l E c o lo g y C o ., T im o n iu m , M d ., to d esig n , c o n stru ct a n d o p erate th e facility. A s n o w p la n n e d , th e f a c ility w o u ld c o s t $ 2 3 ,4 3 7 ,0 0 0 . H o w e v e r, th a t fig u re co u ld go as h ig h as $ 2 5 ,2 5 0 ,0 0 0 b ec a u se o f e s c a l a ti n g p r i c e s a n d a d ju s tm e n ts , a c c o rd in g to th e re s o lu tio n a p p ro v e d b y the freeholders. T h e ag reem en t also calls fo r the co u n ty to p ay N atio n al E co lo g y a su m n o t to e x ­ ceed $ 3 7 5 ,0 0 0 fo r d esig n w o rk n eed ed to s e c u r e th e n e c e s s a r y p e r m its fr o m th e state. T h e re w ill b e little o r n o d e b t a ss o c i­ ated w ith the b u ild in g o f the n e w facility w ith th e co n stru c tio n c o sts b e in g fu n d ed th r o u g h d u m p in g fe e s c o ll e c te d a t th e lan d fill, co u n ty o fficia ls said. T h e M ary lan d firm w ill b e p a id a b a se a n n u a l fe e o f $ 3 ,6 7 8 ,7 0 0 to o p e ra te th e f a c ility b a s e d o n a n e s tim a te d 3 1 0 ,0 0 0 to n s o f h o u se h o ld w aste an d 9 3 ,0 0 0 to n s o f b u lk w a s te . A d d i t i o n a l h o u s e h o l d w a ste w o u ld b e h a n d le d a t an e sc a la tin g rate, up to $ 8 .6 0 p e r ton. T h e facility is d esig n ed to h an d le u p to 1,700 to n s o f g arb ag e p e r day , six d ay s a w eek. W h e n th e new facility b e c o m e s o p e ra ­ tio n a l all so ld w aste w ill b e u n lo a d e d in t h e 1 5 0 ,0 0 0 - s q u a r e - f o o t , t h r e e - s t o r y b u ild in g . A t th a t p o in t, all rec y c la b le m a ­ terial w ill b e sep arated fro m th e g arb ag e. T h e r e m a in d e r w ill b e c o m p a c te d a n d b a le d b efo re b ein g d u m p ed in th e lan d fill. C u rren tly , g arb a g e is d u m p e d d ire c tly in to th e landfill. “T h e n ew p ro ced u re sh o u ld sav e a lo t o f lan d fill sp a c e ,” said G ray. O th e r b e n e fits e x p e c te d to b e d e riv e d fro m th e n ew p ro ced u re w ill b e im p ro v ed litte r c o n tro l a t th e re clam atio n cen te r, re ­ d u c e d le a c h a te (liq u id w a s te th a t s e e p s in to th e g ro u n d ) an d red u c e d odors. “T h e n ew p ro c e d u re w ill im p ro v e th e e n v iro n m en t at th e cen te r,” said G ray. ✓ T h e c o n tr a c t w ith N a tio n a l E c o lo g y , w h ich w ill b e signed w ith in th e n e x t tw o w eeks, acco rd in g to co u n ty o fficia ls, w ill ru n 10 years. M o n ey o b ta in e d b y se llin g th e re c o v ­ e re d re c y c la b le m a te ria ls w ill g o to th e firm , co u n ty officia ls said.

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“H o w e v e r, in m a tes are n o t g iv en free access to all th e facilitie s w h e n e v e r th ey feel lik e it,” sa id D an iels. “ R ec re a tio n is lim ite d to a th re e -h o u r p e rio d e a c h d ay , an d is u sed as an in c e n tiv e fo r g o o d b e ­ h av io r.” D an iels said th ere are c u rren tly ab o u t 2 0 in m ates w h o are h av in g th e ir p riv ileg es curtailed. F reeh o ld e rs T ed N aro zan ick an d A m y H . H a n d lin e x p re sse d a c o n c e rn th a t tax d o llars w ere b ein g used to p ro v id e “frills” at th e ja il. “ In m a tes are re q u ire d to p e rfo rm cer­ ta in c h o re s , su c h as c le a n in g th e ir c e lls a n d th e v a rio u s ro o m s w ith in th e ir p o d , b e fo re th e y a re p e rm itte d a c c e ss to th e g y m n a s iu m a n d o th e r e q u ip m e n t,” sa id D aniels. P ellic a n e said it is im p erativ e to k eep in m ates o ccupied. “It is d iffic u lt to m a n a g e a ja il if you d o n ’t p ro v id e the in m ates w ith som ething to d o ,” sa id P e llic a n e . “N u m e ro u s p en a l stu d ie s h a v e in d ic a te d th a t fa c ilitie s th a t h a v e f e w e r a c t i v i t i e s f o r in m a te s a re p la g u e d w ith h ig h e r in s ta n c e s o f d is tu r­ b an ces.” “ Y o u d o n ’t n e e d to lo o k at stu d ies to see th e d ifferen c e o u r re c en t ch an g es have m a d e ,” said D an iels. “Ju st take a lo o k at o u r ja il. I f w e w e re to ta k e th e se th in g s aw ay, w e w o u ld have to d o u b le o u r staff.” T h e ch a n g e s h av e allo w ed the facility to gen erate m o re re v en u e w ith m o re state in m ates, acco rd in g to th e ja il officials. P rio r to th e o p en in g o f th e new facility, th e ja il c o n tra c te d to h o u se 5 0 sta te in ­ m ates. In th e fiv e y e ar p erio d from 19 8 9 ­ 93, th e c o u n ty receiv ed an av erag e o f $1.7 m illio n p e r y e a r fo r h o u sin g state inm ates. In 1994, the co u n ty h o u sed as m any as m an y as 3 0 0 state in m ates fo r w h ich it re ­ c e iv e d $ 6 8 p e r d a y fo r e a c h in m a te , o r ab ou t $ 5 .6 6 m illio n fo r th e e n tire year. T h e sta te in m a te s a re n o t c o n sid e re d d a n g e r o u s , a n d a re , fo r th e m o s t p a rt, n earin g th e e n d o f th e ir sen ten ces, P e lli­ can e said. P la n s a re in th e w o rk s fo r th e ja i l to b eg in accep tin g federal in m ates, P ellican e said. “ W it h t h e s t a t e i n m a te s c a m e an o p p o rtu n ity to receiv e fu n d in g th ro u g h the Q u ality E d u catio n A c t fo r an ad u lt school p ro g ra m a d m in istered b y the C o u n ty V o ­ cational S ch o o l D istrict,” said P ellican e. “I am p articu larly p lea se d w ith th e e d ­ u c a tio n a l a d v a n c e s m a d e a t th e c o rr e c ­ tio n a l in s titu tio n ,” said H a n d lin . “U n d e r th e a u s p ic e s o f th e M o n m o u th C o u n ty V o catio n a l H ig h S chool, b o th co un ty and state in m ates are able to fu rth e r th eir e d u ­ catio n w ith co u rses in E n g lish , h isto ry and s u b je c ts lik e la n d s c a p in g a n d h o r tic u l­ tu re.” A s p a rt o f th e new co n stru ctio n at the ja il, th e fre e h o ld e rs p ro v id e d fo r an in ­ ho u se c o u rtro o m to h an d le all initial co u rt ap p earan ces an d arraig n m en ts. In stead o f tra n sp o rtin g n u m e ro u s in m a te s fro m th e ja il to th e c o u rth o u se o n C o u rt S tre e t, a ju d g e n o w h o ld s c o u rt in th e ja il, red u cin g c o sts b y an e stim a te d $ 6 0 ,0 0 0 a n n u a lly , P ellican e said. “T h is h as le d to a h ig h e r d eg ree o f se­ c u r i t y f o r i n m a t e s a n d s t a f f , “ s a id D aniels. “ S ta ff o v ertim e has been red u ced and ex c e ssiv e d elay s cu rtailed .” ? € ;I a

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IN BRIEF Tem ple Shalom ’s Seder is A p ril 15 T em ple S h alo m o f A b erd een w ill h o ld its annual P asso v er S ed er at 6 p.m . on A p ril 15. T h e p ro g ram w ill be led b y R abbi H en ry M . W einer and C a n to r S usan C. D ro pkin, in the social hall o f th e T em ple, A yrm ont L an e and C h u rch Street. A c o m p le te d in n e r, fro m so u p to d essert, w ill be served. R eservations m u st b e acco m p an ied by p a y m e n t and receiv ed by A p ril 10. T he c o st fo r T em ple m em b ers is $18 fo r adults, $ 1 6 fo r children u n d er 10. F o r n o n -m e m ­ bers, the co st is $26 fo r adults an d $24 for children. F or in fo rm atio n , call 5 6 6-2621.

Lectures on Jew ish artists offered T em ple S halom o f A b erd een w ill o ffer a lecture series by n oted art h isto rian Jo an L ip to n . titled “T h e C o n trib u tio n o f Jew ish A rtists in P aris in the 19th and 20th C enturies.” T he lectu res w ill b e h eld at 7 :3 0 p.m . on T uesdays, M ay 2 and 23, at the T em ple, A yrm ont L ane and C h u rch S treet. F o r in fo rm atio n , call B ill P arn ess at 290-0121.

‘A n n ie ’ com ing to Raritan H.S. stage T h e A ll School P ro d u ctio n o f R aritan H ig h School w ill be stag in g A n n ie on A p ril 7, 8 and 9 at the high sch o o l au d ito ­ riu m , 419 M id d le R oad. C u rtain o p en s at 8 p .m . on F riday and S aturday an d at 3 p.m . on Sunday. T ickets cost $5; free for sen io r citizens. A dv an ce tickets are av ailable at the h ig h sch o o l an d at the d o o r b efo re the p e rfo r­ m ance.

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IN BRIEF C h u rch to sp o n so r arts and crafts fair T h e B a y sh o re A m e ric a n H e lle n ic A sso c ia tio n o f K im isis T is T h eo to k o u C h u rch , w ill hold an arts an d crafts fair fro m 9 a.m . to 4 p.m ., A p ril 8, at th e c h u rc h lo c a te d at 2 0 H illc re s t R o ad , H olm del. A variety o f ven d o rs w ill b e selling flow ers, h andbags, E a ster d eco ratio n s and h andicrafts. F o r in fo rm atio n , call 888-0849.

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M eeting about SAT, PSAT tests set A re p re se n ta tiv e fro m th e C o lle g e B o ard w ill speak to M id d leto w n paren ts and students, at 7 :3 0 p .m ., a b o u t the new SA T and PSA T program s. T h e m e etin g is in M id d leto w n H ig h S chool S o u th ’s th e­ ater. A ll co lleg e-b o u n d stu d en ts an d th eir p aren ts are en co u rag ed to attend.

Tw o-person art exhibit at park T h e M o n m o u th C ounty P ark S y stem is h o stin g a tw o-person art exhibit, featu rin g the w ork o f L o nny B ad alam en ti an d B etsy M eyer, A pril 2 th ro u g h A pril 23. T h e ex h ib it w ill b e on d isp lay in the V isito r C e n te r at T h o m p so n P ark , N ew m an S prings R oad, L in cro ft. T h e p u b ­ lic is invited to a free o p en in g recep tio n on A p ril 2, from 2-4 p.m . F o r m o re in fo rm atio n , c all 842-4000.

In d ia n Trails ru n slated for Sunday T h e fifth annual Indian T rails 15K and 5K F o o traces w ill b e h eld S u n d a y at C ro y d o n H a ll, L e o n a rd v ille R oad, M iddletow n, w ith races b eg in n in g at 9 a.m . T he run w ill b e spo n so red by th e S andy H ookers T riathlon Club. F ruit, bagels, soft drinks and w ater w ill be available fo r all particip an ts.

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Letters A b e r d e e n D a y s h o u l d n ’t b e u s e d a s a p o lit ic a l t o o l J u s t s o y o u k n o w th e t r u t h , th e A b e rd e e n D ay sc h e d u le d fo r e a rly S ep tem b er w as not, sh o u ld no t, a n d c o u ld n o t b e th e b r a i n s t o r m o f o u r p r e s e n t m a y o r a n d c o u n c il. O f c o u rs e , th e y w ill m a k e y o u th in k th is d ay fo r th e c o m m u ­ n ity sh o u ld b e a ttrib u te d to th e ir le a d e r­ ship an d sim ilarly , p u rp o rte d co n c e rn fo r a ll o f th e c o m m u n i t i e s o f A b e r d e e n T o w n sh ip . T h e id e a fo r A b e rd e e n D ay h a s b e e n f l o a t e d b y p a s t c o u n c il s a n d m a y o r s . U n fo rtu n ate ly in th e p ast, th e id eas sank. T h e id e a a n d p o ss ib le o u tlin e fo r th e s u p p o s e d A b e r d e e n D a y ‘9 5 s t a r te d in O c to b e r 1993 a t th e sh o rt-liv ed “A b erd een T o w n s h ip C o m m u n ity P a r tn e r s h ip ,” an o rg a n iz a tio n sta rte d b y so m e o f o u r p re ­ s e n t c o u n c il m e m b e rs. It so u g h t to se e k a n s w e rs o n to p ic s d r a s tic a lly e f f e c tin g a re a s o f th e to w n w ith te e n -a g e rs , d ru g tra ffic k in g , la c k o f se rv ic e s b y to w n sh ip o ffices, a n d m o re . . .

A t th e firs t m e e tin g , in v ita tio n s w e re s e n t to to w n re lig io u s le a d e rs , b u sin e ss l e a d e r s , c i t i z e n g r o u p s , c r i m e w a tc h g r o u p s , a n d m o r e . M y in v ita tio n m u s t h av e b e en lo st in th e m ail. I d id , luckily, re c e iv e a p h o n e c a ll fro m a w e ll-p la c e d so u rce w ith in to w n h all, alertin g m e o f the m e e tin g . M y th a n k s to th a t so u rce, o n ce again . W h e n I w a lk e d in, th e re a ctio n o f o rg a n iz e rs w as o p e n -m o u th e d , to say th e least. T h e firs t P a rtn e rsh ip m e e tin g g o t u n ­ d e rw ay w ith in d iv id u al in tro d u ctio n s and o v erv ie w o n o b jectiv es. L isten in g to those in a tte n d a n c e g a v e m e th e in itia l id e a to b rin g a ll o f th e s e g ro u p s in a tte n d a n c e , e a ch n e ig h b o rh o o d , an d c o m m u n ity se r­ v ices “to g e th e r,” on o n e d ay, at o n e place, fo r o n e p u rp o se . T o u n ite all o f A b erd een , I su g g ested an A b erd een D ay. T h e in itia l r e a c tio n fro m th o s e w h o o rg an iz ed th is m ee tin g w as, ‘T h a t w o u ld ­ n ’t w o rk h e re .” T y p ical.

I su g g e ste d an e v e n t u tiliz in g a lo c a ­ tio n to b e u se d , ra in o r sh in e . T h e h ig h s c h o o l w o u ld , a c c o m m o d a t e p a r k i n g , g ra s sy a re a s fo r d e m o n s tra tio n s , b o o th s , e t c . . . . allo w all o f A b erd een to atten d an e v e n t w h e re m a n y se rv ic e s fo r th e c o m ­ m u n ity w o u ld be on d is p la y . O rg a n iz a tio n s su c h as M A D D , D iv is io n o f Y o u th a n d F a m ily S e rv ic e s, H o sp ita l S erv ices, P a rk S y stem S erv ices, an d m an y m o re co u ld sen d rep resen tativ es, p ass o u t in f o r m a tio n , s e e k d o n a tio n a n d v o lu n ­ te e r s . D e m o n s tra tio n s o f e m e rg e n c y e q u ip m e n t a n d in te ra c tiv e a c tiv itie s fo r o u r ch ild ren to e n jo y w o u ld p ro v id e a fun d ay fo r all. T h is, to th e c o u n c il, w a s an id e a th a t “W o u ld n ’t w o rk h ere.” A fte r th e m eetin g , m a n y o f t h o s e in a t t e n d a n c e c o m p l i ­ m en ted m y idea. N o t in clu d ed w e re m e e t­ in g o rg an izers o r to w n leaders. P erh ap s it w as th e su g g ester th ey d id ­ n ’t like, n o t th e suggestion. M y o u tlin e a n d s u g g e s tio n th a t “w o u ld n ’t w o rk ” w as q u ick ly resu rrected o n e m o n t h l a t e r , w h e n “ C o m m u n it y O r g a n iz in g S p e c i a l i s t s ” f r o m R u tg e r s U n iv ersity sp o k e on h o w im p o rta n t it is to jo in th e c o m m u n ity to g eth er, w ith su ch an ev en t. N o w th e o rg a n iz e rs th o u g h t b e tte r o f m y idea. A co m m ittee w as form ed, an d n o t in clu d ed w as th e p erso n w h o o u tlin ed th e “ c o m m u n ity s e r v ic e s ” id e a . A g a in , w as it th e su g g e ster? W ith in a c o u p le o f m o n th s, th e c o m m ittee c a m e to th e d e c i­ sio n th a t su c h a d a y , w ith p la n n in g an d v o lu n te e rs , w o u ld ta k e p la c e in M a y o f 1 9 9 5 , 16 m o n th s fr o m m y o u tlin e a n d su g g e s tio n , 2 3 m o n th s u n til S e p te m b e r, 1995, A b e rd ee n D ay. A c o in c id e n c e th a t i t is j u s t p r i o r to E l e c t i o n D a y in N o v em b er, 1995? N o t a co in cid en ce, ju s t po litical. D u e to c an celed m eetin g s, b a d w eath ­ er, an d m issin g lead ersh ip /o rg an izers, th e

“ A b e r d e e n C o m m u n it y P a r t n e r s h i p ” failed to continue. I fo u n d th a t th e “P a rtn e rsh ip ” a n d its sh o rt-liv ed e x isten ce c o u ld h a v e p o ssib ly b een u sed as a “to o l.” H av in g started ju s t p rio r to elec tio n s in N o v em b er, 1994, see­ in g h o w all o f th e R ep u b lican o rg an izers a n d R e p u b lic a n c a n d id a te s (e v e n tu a lly e le c te d ) w e re in itia lly in v o lv e d , e n d in g so o n a fter th e sw earin g in cerem o n y . T h e p r e s e n t c o u n c il l e a d e r s h i p h a s a n n o u n c e d A b e rd e e n D a y , a lo n g w ith a $ 2 ,0 0 0 r e w a r d f o r a “ C h r is tm a s D a y ” m u rd er, and a p o ssib le resu rrectio n o f the id e a o f a “C o m m u n ity P artn ersh ip ” fo rm ­ in g ag ain . I su g g est to th e co u n cil m e m ­ b e r s w h o w il l p o s s i b l y o r g a n i z e “P artn ersh ip II” , to stick w ith it long p a st E lectio n D ay th is tim e. T o w n lead ersh ip w ill say th a t I sh o u ld vo lu n teer. I should ru n to jo in them , h av ­ in g been so w ell re c eiv ed b a c k in O ctober, 1 9 9 3 w h e n m y o u tlin e a n d s u g g e s tio n “w o u ld n ’t w o rk h ere?” I can assu re you, I w ill b e in v o lv ed . O f co u rse, I am still try ­ in g to m a k e th e to w n lead e rsh ip d o so m e­ th in g a b o u t ab an d o n ed v eh icles, u n k em p t p ro p e rtie s, illeg al an d u n safe b u sin e ss in r e s id e n tia l n e ig h b o r h o o d s , p ro - e n f o r c e ­ m en t and acco u n tab ility b y to w n sh ip o ffi­ cials an d em p lo y ees, an d m o re, now in to m y sixth year. I w ill h av e to w o rk o n and th in k a b o u t A b e rd e e n D a y in m y sp a re tim e. A b e rd e e n D ay sh o u ld b e fo r th e re s i­ d e n ts, a d a y d e d ic a te d to e n jo y m e n t, in ­ te ra c tio n , u se fu l in fo rm a tio n o n se rv ic e s fro m w h ich w e, the co m m u n ity , can draw u pon, and m o re, all p ro m o tin g a fu n d ay fo r all w ho attend. A b erd een D ay sh o u ld b e f o r th e p e o p le , n o t f o r p o li ti c s a n d p o litician s.

JO SEPH P. M cALEER II Spokesm an C o n c e r n e d C itiz e n s o f C liffw o o d

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I w ill b e h a p p y to re v ie w a n y sa fe ty co n cern s y o u r read ers m ay h av e w ith m y c o lleag u es o n th e S afety C o u n cil, and w e w ill h o p efu lly co m e up w ith the rig h t rec ­ o m m e n d a tio n s to c o rre c t th e se c o n cern s. P lease feel free to co n tac t m e if w e can b e o f any service.

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T h e M o n m o u th C ou n ty P a rk S y stem is h o stin g a tw o -p erso n a rt ex h ib it, featu rin g th e w o rk o f L o nny B ad alam en ti and B etsy M ey er, A pril 2 th ro u g h A p ril 23. T h e e x h ib it w ill b e o n d is p la y in th e V is ito r C e n te r a t T h o m p s o n P a rk , N e w m a n S p r in g s R o a d , L in c r o f t. T h e p u b lic is in v ited to a free o p en in g re c e p ­ tion on A pril 2, fro m 2-4 p.m . F o r m o re in fo rm atio n , call 842-4000.

K in gs’ Conservatory presents concert K in g s ’ C o n se rv a to ry is p re s e n tin g its spring concert, featurin g local y o u n g m u ­ sician s, at 3 p.m . on A p ril 2, at K in g o f K in g s L u th e ra n C h u rc h , H a rm o n y a n d C h erry T ree F arm R oads, M id d leto w n .

School board forum scheduled A lp h a D e lta K a p p a U p silo n C h a p te r w ill s p o n s o r a B o a rd o f E d u c a tio n C a n d i d a t e s ’ F o r u m f r o m 4 - 6 p .m . T u e sd a y at th e M id d leto w n H ig h S ch o o l S o u th lib rary . R e fresh m e n ts w ill be p ro ­ vided. T h is w ill be an o p p o rtu n ity fo r lo c a l re sid e n ts to acq u ain t th em selv es w ith the c a n d id a te s ru n n in g fo r th e se a ts o n th e M id d leto w n B oard o f E ducation.

Course o n ow ning business offered “H ow to A c q u i r e Y our Own B u s in e s s ,” is a le c tu re b e in g p re s e n te d fro m 7 -1 0 p.m . on A p ril 4, at B ro o k d ale C o m m u n ity C ollege, L incroft. W i l l i a m N u n n a l l y o f th e S m a ll B u sin e ss D e v e lo p m e n t C e n te r o ffe rs the adv an tag es and disad v an tag es o f en terin g b u sin ess. T h e fee is $30. T o reg ister, call 224-2880.

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T h u rs d a y s at 6 :3 0 p .m . at v a rio u s lo c a ­ tio n s th ro u g h o u t the tow n sh ip . $ 5 fe e in c lu d e s a fr e e w a te r b o ttle . R e g istra tio n s are b e in g a c c e p te d n o w at th e P a rk s a n d R e c re a tio n o f f ic e s a t C ro y d o n H all. F o r in fo rm atio n , call 6 1 5 ­ 2260.

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Brookdale offers gardening course A g ard e n in g c o u rse titled “P e re n n ials b y th e D o z e n ” w ill b e o f f e r e d a t B ro o k d a le C o m m u n ity C o lleg e, L in cro ft, fro m 6 :3 0 -9 :3 0 p.m . on A p ril 5. L an d sc ap e d esig n e r Jan e R yan w ill in ­ tro d u c e h o w to p rep are, p la n t and prune. T h e fee is $12. F o r in fo rm atio n , call 2 2 4 ­ 2880.

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Senator to speak at Ladies A u xiliary S ta te S e n a to r J o s e p h M . K y rillo s Jr. w ill b e a g u e st sp ea k e r at th e M id d leto w n T o w n sh ip L ad ies A u x iliary P o st N o. 2179 m e e tin g at 8 p .m . on A pril 5.

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D e b o ra h H o sp ita l to host auction T h e C en tral S h o re C h ap ter o f D eborah H o s p i t a l is h o l d i n g it s f i f t h a n n u a l C h in ese au ctio n at 6:3 0 p .m . on A pril 7 at S t. M a r y ’s M e m o ria l H a ll, C h e rry T re e F a rm R oad, N ew M o n m o u th . T ick ets are $4. F o t in fo rm a tio n , call 7 8 7 -1 1 0 8 .

Brookdale to host lecture o n drugs T h e N a tio n a l C o u n c il on A lc o h o lism a n d D r u g D e p e n d e n c e o f M o n m o u th C o u n ty w ill sp o n so r “Issu es o f S ubstance: D rugs an d V io le n c e ,” fro m 9 a.m . to 3:30 p .m . A p ril 7 , a t B ro o k d a le C o m m u n ity C o lleg e, L in cro ft. K ey n o te sp ea k er w ill be T o n y B ro w n , te le v is io n jo u r n a l i s t an d c o m m en tato r. $ 4 0 c o st in clu d es lu n ch .T o reg ister, c all 22 4 -2 3 1 5 .

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C a le n d a r AUDITIONS Monday and Tuesday • The Aberdeen/Matawan Repertory Theatre will hold auditions for Tribute at 8 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church, Rt. 34 at Franklin St, Matawan. Callbacks will be held on April 5. Needed are two men in their late 50s, one man of about 20, one woman in her 40s, one woman in her late 30s, and one woman in her early 20s. 583-1093.

CLUBS Thursday • The New Jersey Bead Society will meet at 7:30 p.m. at the Women’s Club of Red Bank, 164 Broad St., Red Bank. Ad­ mission $3. 297-5057.

Friday and Saturday • Sixteenth annual African Violet

occasions, by Eileen Ibranyi of East Hanover, will be presented at 1 p.m. by the Navesink Garden Club, at the Trinity Episcopal Church Annex, White Street, Red Bank. A luncheon will be held at noon. Tickets are $10 in advance, and $12 at the door. For reservations, call 747­ 6914.

DANCE Saturday and Sunday ° The Company of Dance Arts is pre­ senting Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, 3 p.m. both days, at The Count Basie Theatre, 99 Monmouth St., Red Bank. Tickets cost $18, $15, $11, and $9. 842­ 4015.

FUND RAISERS Friday and Saturday • The Belford United Methodist

Show, 3-9 p.m. on Friday and 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, at the First Baptist Church, 232 Main St. (Route 79), Matawan. 988-5281.

Church, Church Street, Belford section of Middletown, will hold its annual Rummage Sale on Friday from 7-9 p.m. and on Saturday from 9:30 a.m. to noon. 787-4688.

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Saturday • The Ladies Auxiliary of NJBMA will

a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Monmouth County Li­ brary Headquarters, 125 Symmes Drive, Manalapan. For further information, call 308-3761.

Tuesday • “Party Perfect Pallette of Petals,” a

hold a thrift shop from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 18 Burlington Ave., Leonardo. 291-0878. • The Rainbow Foundation will hold its eighth annual “Puttin’ on the Ritz” luncheon fashion show and fund-raiser at noon at the Ocean Place Hilton, Long Branch. Tickets $37.50. 671-4343.

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Friday • Poricy Park, Oak Hill Road, Middletown, will have an Australian Bush Party from 7:30-9 p.m. Do the kangaroo hop, leam “Waltzing Matilda,” see wombat, kangaroo and koala slides, and leam about the land “down under.” Fee is $5 per child, $7 for non-members. Adults are free. 842­ 5966.

Saturday ° Story Salad VIII, a presentation by Maximillion Productions, will be performed as part of The Peddie School’s Youth Theatre Series, at 2 p.m., at The Richard L. Swig Arts Center, The Peddie School, South Main Street, Hightstown. The show consists of eight popular children’s books presented in musical review style. All seats are reserved. Admission is $8. Discounts available for groups of 10 or more. (609) 490-7550.

PARK EVENTS Next Wednesday • Poricy Park, Oak Hill Road, Middletown, will hold a program on learning to quill from 7:30-9 p.m. Fee and supplies $8. 842-5966.

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Today • Glenn Siegel’s “My Good Friend”

Middletown, 7:30-9 p.m. i on Friday. Do the kangaroo hop, learn "Waltzing Matilda," see wombat, kangaroo and koala slides, hear "Aussie" stories, and i learn about the land , ''down under." Cost is $5 per child, $7 for non-mem-

Teenage Cancer Foundation is holding a volunteer meeting at 8 p.m. at the Courtyard Marriott, 245 Half Mile Road, Red Bank. 780-2908.

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Friday • High Technology High School will be sponsoring a ’50s and ’60s Sock Hop at 7:30 at Brookdale Community College, Newman Springs Road, Lincroft. Tickets $25 in advance and includes buffet. 946­ 9310.

SN O W W H ITE — The C om pany of D ance A rts in Red B ank will present S n o w W h ite a n d th e S e v e n D w a rfs Saturday and Sunday at the C ount Basie Theatre, 99 M onm outh St., Red Bank. For ticket inform ation, call 842-4015 or 842-9000. Both perform ances are at 3 p.m. Tickets range from $9 to $18 and $4 d iscount tickets are available for seniors and children. • The African Awareness Society at Brookdale Community College, Newman Springs Road, Lincroft, will present an evening of poetry, discussion and music at 7 p.m. in the Dance Hall Theater. 224-2385. Saturday • The Irish Federation of Monmouth County will hold its annual spring dance at 9 p.m. at St. Benedict’s Church Hall, Bethany Road, Holmdel. Tickets are $15.264-5020. ° St. Catherine’s Holy Name Society is sponsoring a spring fling dance, at 8 p.m., in the parish hall, Shore Acres Ave., North Middletown. Hot and cold buffet, wine, beer and soda included. Tickets are $15 in advance, $18 at the door. 787-4753. ° Temple Beth Ahm, 550 Lloyd Road, Aberdeen, is sponsoring an evening of country music and dancing, 8 p.m. to mid-. night, in the social hall. Western nosh and desserts will be served. Tickets are $18. 583-1700.

Sunday • Temple Shalom of Aberdeen will hold its annual Gussie Bell Memorial Seder of Understanding with the Holmdel Community Church of Christ at 3 p.m. in the social hall of the temple, Church Street, Aberdeen. 566-2621.

TH EATER Today, Friday and Sunday • Godspell, 8 p.m., St. Joseph Church, 376 Maple Place, Keyport. Tickets are $5 for adults: $3 for children. Available at door. 264-0322.

Today through April 9 • Harriet’s Return, Crossroads Theatre Company, 7 Livingston Ave., New Brunswick. Call 249-5560 for show times and prices.

Thursday through Saturday, and April 6-8 ° The Sabona Productions will present Inkanyesi, at The Amandla Theatre, 321 W. Farms Road, Howell. Desserts will be sewed at 8 p.m., show time is 8:30 p.m. Tickets are $10 on Thursdays, iys, $15 on

Fridays and Saturday, and $12 for seniors.

Courtesy Card holders get $5 off admission. 938-4133. Friday, April 7 and 9 ° The ninth annual St. Agnes Youth

Passion Play will be performed at 8 p.m., in the church, on Center Avenue in Atlantic Highlands. The cast consists of more than 50 youths from area churches. For tickets, call 291-4272 or 291-4890. Friday through April 23 0 The Heidi Chronicles, by Wendy

Wasserstein, is being performed in the Philip J. Levin Theater of Rutgers Arts Center, George Street at Route 18, New Brunswick. Performance times are 8 p.m. on Wednesday through Saturday, and 2 p.m. on Sunday. There’s an 8 p.m. preview on Thursday. 932-7511. Saturday, April 7 and 8 ° The Matawan Regional High School

Players present Sweet Charity, at 8 p.m., with a Sunday matinee April 2, at 2 p.m., at the Matawan Regional High School audi­ torium. 290-2845. Weekends through April 8 • Separate Tables, 8 p.m. Fridays and

Saturdays and at 3 p.m. on April 2, Aberdeen/Matawan Repertory Theatre, First Presbyterian Church, Route 34 at Franklin Avenue, Matawan. Tickets are $10 and $8 for students and seniors. 583-1093. Weekends through April 9 • “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” 8

p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays and at 3 p.m. on April 2 and 9, Brookdale Community College, Newman Springs Road, Lincroft. Tickets $8 general public; $6 seniors and Brookdale staff; $5 students. 224-2411.

TRIPS Saturday • Hazlet Recreation is sponsoring a trip to the Meadowlands to see the New Jersey Devils vs. Montreal. The bus will leave the Library Overflow Parking Lot, Middle Road, Hazlet, at 6 p.m.

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Cream of Carrot Soup Toby Sands Levin, Roosevelt 2 tblsp. butter 1/4 cup chopped onion 1 rib celery (sliced) 2 cups slices pared carrots 2 cups chicken broth 2 oz. dry white wine 1 cup light cream 112 tsp. salt 1/4 tsp. nutmeg 1/8 tsp. pepper Melt butter in saucepan. Add onion and celery and cook until tender. Add car­ rots and cook about 7 minutes. Add broth and wine and bring to a boil. Cover and reduce heat to low. Simmer for 20 min­ utes. Puree in electric blender. Pour back into saucepan - add cream, salt, nutmeg and pepper - simmer 10 minutes but DO NOT BOIL! This soup is good served with chilled dry white wine, and is a great source of Beta Carotene. Serves 6.

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1 can refried beans 1 medium jar of picante 2 small cans of sliced black olives 1-2 bags of shreaded Cheddar cheese 6-8 plum tomatoes (cut up in bite size) chopped scallions quacomole (optional) 1 large container sour cream Layer ingredients in a high glass bowl with beans on bottom to sour cream on top. Serve with tortilla chips as an appetizer or with tortilla flour wraps as a main meal.

Stuffed Mushrooms Doreen Scoles, East Brunswick 1/2 stick pepperoni - diced small 2 packages mushrooms 1/4 cup parmesan cheese 2 cups seasoned bread crumbs 1 cup butter Clean and remove stems from mush­ rooms. Put pepperoni, bread crumbs, cheese in bowl. Melt 1/2 cup of butter. Mix with other ingredients until you get a moist consistency. Stuff mixture into each mushroom with a teaspoon. Put in 9" x 11" baking pan. Melt 1/2 cup butter. Pour it over top of stuffed mushrooms. Bake in 350 degree oven for 40 minutes.

Broccoli Balls Renee Troiano, Port Monmouth 2 packages of frozen chopped broccoli 2 cups Pepperidge Farm stuffing crumbs 1/2 cup grated parmesan cheese 1 large onion chopped 3 eggs, beatened 3/4 cup melted margarine 1/2 tsp. salt 1 /2 tsp. thyme 112 tsp. garlic powder Cook broccoli and drain. Mix all ingre­ dients. Chill for one hour Roll into balls and bake on cookie sheet for 20-30 minutes at 350 degrees or until lightly browned. Makes approximately 20 balls.

Vegetable Squares Pat Murray, Kendall Park 2 cans Pillsbury Crescent rolls 2 8 oz. packages cream cheese 3/4 cup Miracle Whip 1 package Hidden Valley Original Dry Ranch Dressing Chopped red and green peppers chopped red onion chopped broccoli grated carrots grated cheddar cheese Flatten crescent rolls into jelly roll pan. Pinch seams together to form one large dough. Bake for 8-10 minutes. Cool. Mix together cream cheese, Miracle Whip and ranch dressing. Spread on colled dough. Top with red and green pepper, onion, carrots, broccoli and cheddar cheese. Cover with plastic wrap and roll over with rolling pin to flatten slightly. Cut into squares.

Shrimp and Peapod Marinade Nancy Gallo, South Amboy 1 Ib. medium shrimp 1 pint fresh pea pods 1/2 cup rice wine vinegar 1/4 cup olive oil 1 clove fresh garlic 1 lemon Peel, de-vein and steam shrimp. Blanch pea pods and rinse in cold water. Wrap one shrimp in one pea pod and secure with toothpick. Mix vinegar, oil, garlic and juice of lemon in a shallow dish approximately 9 by 14 inches. Place wrapped shrimp into marinade for minimum of two hours, or as long as overnight, in refrigerator. Serves 12 adults.

Aurora's Surprise Salad Frances Pizzuti, Aberdeen 2 cups cottage cheese 1 large container whipped dessert top ping 1 package orange gelatin 1 cup sliced banana 1 cup mandarin orange slices 1 cup flaked coconut 1 cup seedless grapes 1 cup sliced apples Soften the dessert topping to room temperature and place in a large bowl. Fold in the cottage cheese gradually, adding about a tablespoon at a time. Sprinkle gelatin dry from the package and continue to fold in cottage cheese. Add coconut, reserving some for topping. Gradually fold in all fruits. Add bananas last, folding in gently. Refrigerate overnight. Sprinkle remaining coconut over dessert before serving. Makes 8-10 serv­ ings.

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C H E F’S C O R N E R /B y Walter Leffler, Executive Chef, Brunswick Hilton & Towers Sake Poached Fillet of Norwegian Salmon w ith Star Anise, Cracked Buckwheat Kasha & Asparagus-Fennel S tir Fry Pure Lemon Grass O (S E R V E S F O U R ) SA LM O N

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fresh salmon fillets Japanese sake spring water whole star anise fresh thyme bay leaf small white onions fresh ginger root, chopped Place all ingredients, except salmon fillets, in a shallow pan and bring them to a boil. Reduce heat to simmer and cook for 8-10 minutes. Place salmon in pan and submerge. Allow the fish to simmer gently for six or seven minutes. Carefully remove filet and serve immediately. BU C KW H EA T KA SH A

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cracked buckwheat kasha 2 cups hot chicken broth 2 tsp. olive oil 1/4 cup diced spanish onions 1/4 cup sliced green onions salt and pepper to taste Place oil in a pot and bring to medium heat. Add the diced onions and saute them until they are translucent. Add the kasha, stir and add in the green spring onions. Next, add the boiling broth; reduce heat, cover and let the

buckwheat simmer for 8 or 9 minutes. Remove from heat, keep covered and allow broth to be absorbed, about 4 or 5 minutes. Season with salt and pepper to taste. A S P A R A G U S & F E N N E L S T IR F R Y

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Slice the asparagus on the bias about 112" thick. Heat the two oils together in a wok or saute pan until they are hot but not yet smok­ ing. Add the garlic, onions, fennel and aspara­ gus to the pan and stir-fry, nonstop, for 3 to 4 minutes. Next, add the diced red pepper and sesame seeds; saute again for an additional 1 or 2 minutes. Season the vegetables with the salt and pepper and serve. P U R E L E M O N G R A S S O IL

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slowly raise the temperature to 250 degrees. Carefully place the oil mixture in a 300 degree oven, uncovered, for 2 hours. Remove from oven and let rest at room temperature for 24 hours, then strain the lemon grass oil through some thick cheescloth. Use sparingly at room temperature to enhance seafood dish­ es, salads, and poultry. Use hot to stir fry vegetables, seafoods or meats. P R E S E N T A T IO N :

Place 3 ounces of well heated kasha in the middle of each plate. Place the poached fillet of salmon gently on top. After stir frying the asparagus and fennel, sprinkle the outside border of the plate with the colorful vegeta­ bles. Finally, drizzle the entire dish using 1/2 ounce of the pure lemon grass oil, and serve. Approx. 515 calories per serving. S p r in g F r u i t R a t a t o u ille in P h y llo C r u s t M a n g o -G re e n P e p p e rc o rn S a u ce

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pineapple rings kiwi mango papaya large strawberries green peppercorns, crushed 2 tbsp. granulated suger orange juice 4 oz. mint, julienned 2 sprigs Rub one side of the pineapple rings with the

crushed eppercoms and rub the other sid with sugar. Heat a saute pan to medium- lo t and place the pineapple in the pan, sugar side down. Cook the pineapple until the sugai carmelizes and then flip over. Cook the pineapple for 3 more minutes and remov them from the pan. Deglaze the pan with the orange juice and reserve the sauce. Whil : the pineapple cools, seed, peel and dice the other fruits. Dice the pineapple and add to the other fruits. Toss the fruits with the fresh mint and reduced orange juice. P H Y LLO

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2 large chicken breasts (pound out 1/4 inch) 2 cups fresh torn spinach 2 slices mozzarella cheese 2 thin slices prosciuto ham 1/2 cup marsala wine 1/8 cup chicken stock 2 tblsp. olive oil flour 1 clove garlic Egg and flour chicken breast. Heat 2 tblsp. olive oil and 1 clove garlic in saute pan. Quickly saute chicken breast on both sides. Add marsala wine and simmer 5 min­ utes. Add 1/8 cup chicken stock. Simmer 5 minutes. Top with prosciutto, spinach, moz­ zarella cheese. Spoon broth over top of cheese. Place lid on pan until cheese melts. Place one chicken breast on each plate and serve with boiled parsely new potatoes. Cooking time approximately 30 minutes. Serves 2. "Bon Appetit"

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4 cornish hens 3 packets mashed ritz crackers 1 large diced onion 3 cloves diced garlic pepper to taste 2 eggs beaten 3/4 stick unsalted butter garlic powder paprika Saute the onion in butter until browned. Add garlic and saute a few minutes. Add the eggs and sauted ingredients to mashed crackers. Rinse and dry nens. Stuff them and season with garlic powder and paprika. Place hens in a farge roasting pan. Bake at 325 degrees for about 1 hour. To serve, cut hens in naif. Put on platter. Serves 4-6 peo­ ple.

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3-4 Ib. beef brisket (not corned) 1 12 oz. jar chili sauce 1 12 oz. can cola (with sugar) 1 envelope onion soup mix egg noodles Mix chili sauce, cola and onion soup mix in 9"x13" pan. Place brisket in pan and spoon sauce on top. Cover pan with foil and put in 300 degree oven. Cook 4 hours. Serve over egg noodles. Serves 6.

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2 cups orzo 2 onions diced 1 bouillon cube (dissolved in 2 cups of water) 1 small can sliced mushrooms 1 small can sliced water chestnuts 1 /4 tsp. oil Heat oil in skillet add orzo & mix con­ tinuously until orzo is golden brown, push to side of skillet. Add onions and brown. Pour dissolved boullion over mixture, cover, steam until water evaporates. Add mushrooms & water chestnuts and sea­ son. Serves 6-8 people.

1 box 15 or 20 oz. raisin bran cereal 5 cups flour 3 cups sugar 2 eggs 1 quart buttermilk or 1 quart milk 1/2 box raisins 2 tblsp. vinegar 5 tsp. baking soda 1 tsp. salt 1 cup salad oil Mix all ingredients well. Bake 350 degrees in muffin pans 20-30 minutes. Batter lasts 6 weeks in covered plastic bowl in refrigerator. Makes: Dozens.

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1 1/3 cups sifted flour 1 1/2 tsp. baking powder 1 tsp. salt 1 large can cream style corn 1 egg, slightly beaten 1 cup vegetable oil Mix flour, baking powder and salt in large bowl. In another bowl mix corn, egg ana add to dry ingredients. Mix well. Heat oil in a large skillet over medium heat. Drop tblsp. of batter into hot oil. Cook until golden brown on both sides. Drain on absorbent paper and serve hot. Makes 16 fritters.

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"All In One" Stuffed Cabbage T e r i B a te s , F r e e h o ld

1 1/2 Ib. super lean ground beef 1 medium onion, chopped 1 12-16 oz. package fresh cole slaw salad mix (not in mayo) 2 cans tomato soup 1 1/2 cans water 1 cup rice (not instant) non-stick cooking spray Brown ground beef with onion, drain. Spray 9 x 1 2 baking dish with cooking spray. Spread cole slaw mixture evenly in pan. Mix soup and water, add beef and onion and simmer 10 minutes. Season to taste. Sprinkle rice over cabbage mix. Top with beef and soup mixture. Cover with foil and bake in oven at 350 degrees for 1 1 /2 hours.

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Frozen Rocky Road dler, Maarlboro Barbara Adler, 1 1/2 tsps. unflavored gelatin 1 tblsp. cold water 3/4 cup milk 1/4 cup sugar 1 square (1 oz.) unsweetened chocolate, chopped 3 to 4 tblsps. coffee liqueur 1 cup whipping cream 1 cup tiny marshmallows 1 cup chopped pecans In a small bowl, stir together the gelatin and the cold water; set aside. In a small saucepan, combine the milk, sugar and chocolate. Cook and stir over medium-low heat until the chocolate melts and the mix­ ture is almost bubbly. If flecks of chocolate are visible, beat the mixture with a wire whisk or rotary beater to incorporate the chocolate completely. Stir the gelatin mixture into the chocolate mix­ ture. Cook and stir over low heat until the gelatin dissolves. Cool, then stir in the coffee liqueur. Cover and chill until partially set. (The mixture will have the consistency of unbeaten egg whites). In a medium bowl, whip the cream until soft peaks form (tips curl). Carefully fold the whipped cream into the gelatin mixture along with the marshmallows and pecans. Carefully spoon the mixture into an 8x4x2" loaf pan or an 8x8x2" baking pan. Cover and freeze for 6 to 8 hours or until firm. To serve: Let'the frozen dessert stand at room temperature for 10 minutes. Cut into squares or slices. Makes 8 or 9 servings.

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Sift flour with the baking powder, nut­ meg, cinnamon and salt. Set aside. Cream butter and sugar until fluffy. Stir in wine and brandy. Beat eggs in one at a time, mixing only enough to incorporate. Add the sifted ingredients alternately with the milk. Do not beat hard at this point: simply mix lightly as possible so that all dry ingre­ dients are worked into the batter. Fold in raisins. Batter will be quite thick. Spoon into well-buttered and floured 10" tube pan. Bake at 325 degrees for 1 hour and 25 minutes, or until cake pulls from the side and the top is lightly brown. Remove from oven and cool upright in its pan on wire rack for 10 minutes. Cake will fall slightly, but this accounts for the fine, dense texture. Remove from pan, cool and then slice thin to serve. A dense, buttery crumb cake based on a "receipt" from Martha Washington's own cook book, this recipe has been updated to modern standards. The original called for 40 eggs! In the old days, this was known as a "keeping cake" because it kept moist and tender for about two weeks when snugly wrapped.

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Police Beal On Riverdale Drive arid West Prospect Avenue, police responded about 7 p.m. March 25 to a suspicious brush fire. A ju­ venile at the scene said he heard another juvenile started the fire but did not see him do it. At the Kentucky Fried Chicken parking lot on Route 35, someone cut both rear tires on a truck sometime before 1:15 a.m. March 26. . At Aberdeen Pavilion, Route 34, some­ one put crazy glue in the locks of a store sometime between March 23-25, requiring the owner to get the locks changed. At Strathmore Shopping Center, Route 34, someone stole two tarps valued at $500 from a truck the night of March 24­ 25.

At a construction site on North Park Avenue and Fourth Street, Guy Ferraro, 39, of 375 Harmony Road, Middletown, was charged March 24 with assaulting a police officer and disorderly conduct. He was released on recognizance. The officer went to the site about 8:30 a.m. to check a street opening and told the builder that he did not have the proper signs. Patrolman Mark Bruther went to the site to inspect it, and Patrolman Edward Podstawski filed the charges. On Clover Drive, someone burglarized a house and stole a $ 2 ,8 0 0 computer between 2 and 4 p.m. March 21. Jason R. Justice, 21, of 6 S a m ’s Mobile Court, was charged March 21 with improper passing, disorderly conduct, resisting arrest, and aggravated assault after being stopped by Patrolwoman Mary Ann Smith. He was released on $1,000 bail. Patrolman Kevin Leonard assisted.

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Jewelry was stolen from a Takolusa Drive home, it was discovered on March 16. A dead goose was reported lying March 16 on Everett Road. A mother-daughter fight was reported March 18 on Telegraph Hill Road. A Dora Lane residence was broken into on M arch 20. Entry was gained through the garage.

Two kids were leaving Newberry’s with stolen candy, it was reported on March 21. Patrolm en D avia S orber, Anthony Gallo and Ken Marr responded. Wall panels were spray painted March 20 at the Keyport Central School.

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REGIONAL BRIEFS N.J. directory for seniors available A N e w J e r s e y D ir e c to r y f o r S e n io r C itizen s, a p a m p h le t c o n tain in g m o re than 100 te le p h o n e n u m b e rs o f state a g en c ie s a n d o r g a n iz a tio n s , is n o w a v a ila b le a t A s s e m b ly m a n D r. M ic h a e l J. A rn o n e ’s o ffic e . T h e b ro c h u re w as p re p a re d as a c o m m u n ity s e r v ic e b y th e N e w J e r s e y H ealth P ro d u cts C ouncil. To re c e iv e a copy, c o n ta c t A ssem b ly m an A m o n e , 258 B ro ad S treet, R ed B an k 07701 o r call 5 30-6829.

Science fair to be held in Leonardo A s c i e n c e f a i r , s p o n s o r e d b y th e L eo n ard o G rade S chool P T A , w ill b e h eld fro m 7-9 p.m . on M arch 3 0 an d 31 at th e sch o o l lo cated at H o sfo rd A ven u e. T h e co m m u n ity is in v ited to attend.

T rip to D.C. taking registrations now T h e M o n m o u th C o u n ty P a rk S y ste m h as sched u led a w eek en d trip to W a sh in g ­ to n , D .C ., from M arch 31 th ro u g h A p ril 2. T he trip w ill leav e at 8 :3 0 a.m ., o n th e F rid a y fro m T h o m p s o n P a rk , N e w m a n S p rin g s R o ad , L in c ro ft an d re tu rn at a p ­ p ro x im a te ly 8 p .m . o n th e S u n d ay . C o st p e r p e rs o n is $ 4 2 0 -s in g le , $ 2 7 5 -d o u b le . F ees in clu d e h otel acco m m o d atio n s at th e

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M edical Center’s reopening A p ril 1 A n o p e n ho u se, to ce leb rate th e g ran d r e o p e n i n g o f B a y s h o r e C o m m u n it y H o s p it a l’s I n s ta - C a r e M e d ic a l C e n te r, M a r lb o ro P la z a , 1 4 6 R o u te # 9 , E n g lish to w n , w ill b e h e ld fro m 10 a.m . to 2 p.m . o n A p ril 1. A c tiv itie s in c lu d e v isits fro m M ick e y M o u se and P o w er R an g er, free screenin g s an d refresh m en ts. F o r m o re in fo rm atio n , call 739-5918.

Festival o f Arts com ing to area T h e M o n m o u th F e s tiv a l o f th e A rts w ill ce le b ra te its 2 5 th an n iv ersary w hen it op en s o n A p ril 2. T h e w o rk s o f m ore than 2 5 0 artists w ill b e on d isp lay at this y e a r’s event. O p e n to th e p u b lic , th e fe s tiv a l ru n s th r o u g h A p r il 5 o n H a n c e A v e n u e in T in to n F alls. F o r fu rth e r in fo rm atio n , 74 7 -8 2 7 8 .

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Spo rts G e o rg e a t h e lm ; r e b u ild A f te r an 8 -1 3 s e a s o n a n d w ith o n ly f o u r r e t u r n i n g p la y M a ta w a n R e g io n a l H ig h .S ch o o l's f i r s l - y e a r h a s e h u l! ( u a d i J a c k G e o r g e w ill lo o k to r e b u i l d h is H u s k i e s th i s y e a r . G e o r g e , w h o ta k e s o y e r f o r th e la te D ie te r J o h n s o n , is o p ti m i s t ic a b o u t upco m in g season. “W e b a s ic a lly o n ly h a v e f o u r le tte rm e n , so it’s an in e x p e rie n c e d sq u ad co m in g b ack , b u t th e y show p ro m is e a n d th e r e ’s n o d o u b t th a t th ey h a v e ta le n t,” h e said. T h e H u s k ie s ’ fo u r re tu rn in g s e n io rs a re J e f f M o h r (S S ), B ria n B e y e rs (2 B ), G a ry G rim a ld i (C F ) and G ab e C h u n g (P). T h e clu b w ill be b o lstered by the addition o f sen io rs D an M allo y (C ), R ay Johnsen (P, O F ). N o ah L ip m an ( I B, O F ), L a c e y H e m in g w a y (P ), T o m B r ig u g lio (O F , I n f .) , a n d C h a r l i e C o le y ( O F ) a n d j u n i o r s D e v in G a r g a n ( I B . O F ) , J o e l G ill m a n ( 3 B ) , J o s e V a ld e z ( C ) , C raig K o ssm an (P , O F , U til.), and R en ald o C ru z (P , U til.). G eo rg e hopes that g o o d defen se, esp ecially up the m iddle, an d g o o d p itch in g , w ill h elp carry th e H u sk ies to a successful season in 1995. “ V a ld e z w ill p r o b a b ly b e th e c a tc h e r, b u t M a llo y h as d o n e w ell to o ,” h e sa id . “ M o h r, B e y e rs an d G rim a ld i h a v e v a rs ity e x p e rie n c e and are strong d efen siv ely . W e have a n 'u n p r o v e n p i t c h i n g s t a f f , b u t th a t’s been o ne o f the p lea sa n t su r­ p ris e s so fa r th is s p rin g . T h e y ’ve d o n e a nice jo b in th e few e x h ib i­ tio n g am es w e ’ve had. In a scrim ­ m a g e a g a in s t R ed B a n k C a th o lic , w e w o n , 4 -2 . W e b e a t H en ry H u d s o n , 9 -1 , a n d w e tie d B ish o p A h r, 2 -2 , in e ig h t in n in g s . W e ’ll hav e to see how they h o ld up to the rig o rs o f the seaso n .” So far, th eir hittin g has been less th an o v e rw h e lm in g , but th at c o u ld b e d u e in p a r t to th e c o ld e a r l y spring w eather. “I think w e can hit co nsisten tly . W e ’ re n o t g o in g to b e a p o w e r te a m , b u t m a y b e w e c a n h it so m e gap s and m ake th in g s h a p p e n ,” said G e o rg e . “ W e c a n b e s u c c e s s fu l if o u r defen se and p itch in g k eep s us in g am es.” T h e H uskies w ill open th eir se a­ son at h o m e ag ain st p eren n ial w in ­ n e r s M o n m o u th R e g i o n a l o n T uesday. “It’s a to u g h o p en er, b u t w e ’ll be read y ,” said G eorge.

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th is y e a r fro m a te a m th a t re tu rn e d fiv e starters fro m a seaso n ago. T h e retu rn in g s ta rte r s f o r R a rita n in c lu d e o u tf ie ld e r s M ik e R o b in so n an d H e n ry C u n n in g h a m , c a tc h e r S e a n D e v lin , f i r s t b a s e m a n Jo e D e v in o , p it c h e r C h a r le s D e v a n e y a n d th ree-y b aseb all ear letterm an an d cap tain , shortstop F ra n k A resta. “ O u r s e n io rs w ill p la y a n im p o rta n t r o le fo r o u r te a m to b e s u c c e s s f u l th is y e a r ,” s a id B a r th . “ T h e y a r e n o t o n ly g o in g to h a v e to p lay th e ir gam e, b u t h elp o u r y o u n g e r p la y e rs w h en th e y ’re stru g ­ g lin g .” C o a c h B a rth has h is w o rk c u t o u t fo r h im th is s e a s o n as h e re tu rn s o n ly o n e startin g p itc h e r from la st y ears squad. T h e R o ck ets w ill rely o n th ree so p h o m o res —

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D a v id B o k e , B o b b y D e v lin a n d R ic h C allan g ilo — to fill o u t th eir startin g ro ta ­ tion. “O u r strengths this y e a r w ill be o u r h it­ tin g an d d efen siv e p la y ,” said B arth. “T h e tellin g facto r o f how o u r season w ill turn o u t is th e e f f e c t i v e n e s s o f o u r y o u n g u n tested p itch ers.” T h e R ockets and B arth w ill n o t h av e to w a it lo n g to d isco v er if th e p itch in g sta ff w ill h o ld up as R aritan w ill face a ro u g h S h o r e C o n f e r e n c e B N o r th D i v i s i o n sc h e d u le and d e m a n d in g n o n -c o n fe re n c e o p p o n en ts as w ell. “Y ou a lw a y s w a n t to be a t le a s t fiv e g a m e s a b o v e .5 0 0 ,” s a id B a rth . “ I f w e a c h ie v e th a t g o al, th en w e can m o v e on from th ere.”

SPORT SHORTS The R u n fo r R O B IN 4-10K will be held on May 7 at the Old Bridge Municipal Center on Route 516 starting at 9 a.m. Pre-registration (by April 25) is $10; $12 on day o f the race (inside the Old Bridge Ice Arena). Race day registration will run from 6:30-8:30 p.m.. P ro ceed s from the race w ill go b en e fit Camp ROBIN (Recreation in Old Bridge for those In Need). Special Projects for Special Children Inc., a non-profit organization in Old Bridge, conducts this fund-raising race now in its fourth year. For additional information on the 10K race, call 583-3990. Susan D eK alb’s H aw k B asketball C am p for girls ages 10-16 will once again be held at M onm outh College, W est Long Branch, this summer. Dates for the w eek-long camps are July 24-31 and July 31-Aug. 4. Daily hours for the camp are 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. DeKalb, the

head coach of the Monmouth College women’s basketball team , heads a staff of instructors that includes the best area high school coaches and Division I basketball players. Cost for the camp is $ 160. For addition information on the girls’ basketball camp, call 571-3415. The Advil M ini M a ra th o n Series will be holding a first-ever masters clinic on April 12 at the New York Hilton and Towers at 7 p.m. One o f the guest speakers at the clinic, which will offer special health, fitness and nutrition tips for women over 40, as well as training pro­ grams specifically designed for m asters run­ ners and walkers, will be Kathrine Switzer, the 1974 Boston Marathon women’s champion. The clinic will help runners get ready for the A dvil M ini M arathon 10K (for w om en only) in New York City’s Central Park on June 10. There will be a warm-up 5K and Pee Wee

Run on M other’s Day, May 14. For additional in fo rm a tio n on the A d v il M in i M arath o n Series, call 212-423-2294. The in au g u ral T om ’s F o rd A pril 1 R un in Holmdel will be held on Saturday morning at the Kimisis Tis Theotokou Greek Orthodox Church at 20 Hillcrest Road. The race is a 5mile run through Holmdel that begins and ends at the church. The 5-mile run will start at 11 a.m. T here will be a O ne-M ile Fun R un at 10:30 a.m . and a Y outh 300 Y ard D ash at 10:45 a.m. preceding the run. Entry fee on race day is $18. All proceeds from the race will b en efit the R oof and B uilding Fund o f the K im isis T is T h e o to k o u G reek O rth o d o x Church. For more details on the April 1 Ruiji, call 739-1515 between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. and 671­ 6169 evenings.

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o p e n s S a t. R u m s o n ’s M ik e C a rp e n te r w ill b e g in defense o f the M odified crow n in the 30-lap feature. C arpenter, w ho scored six featu re w ins in ’94, edged J.J. Jensen o f B ricktow n b y a m e re fo u r p o in ts fo r th e tra c k title. Jensen w ill b e looking to turn the tables in ’95 and he w ould like to get o ff to a good start on Saturday night. D a n M c L a u g h lin o f T o m s R iv e r w as also in th e h u n t fo r the track title in w hat w as a three-w ay race. H arry R eed o f F reehold is alw ays a d ri­ v er to look out for. Jackson’s R ay G astelu is the defending

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Correspondent h e re ’s a b o a rd in th e M id d le to w n H igh S chool South locker room that read s ‘T h ey can w h o b eliev e th ey can .’ A fter last y e a r’s baseball season, the M id d le to w n S o u th p la y e r s p r e s e n te d a plaque w ith th at inscription to th eir coach, B art L om bardi. N ow the co ach is using that slogan to rally his troops to im prove on last y ear’s w inning team. “L ets live on that,” L om bardi said. “It’s a very good quote. If you believe you can w in then you will. It’s im portant they (the players) feed o ff that.” T h e E ag les w en t 16-9 last season, fin ­ ish in g in seco n d p la c e in th e S h o re C o n ­ f e r e n c e A N o rth D iv is io n . M id d le to w n S o u th w a s in th e title h u n t u n til th e la s t divisional gam e o f the season, w hen it w as tied fo r first p lace w ith C hristian B rothers A cadem y. T he tw o team s squared o ff w ith th e w inner, securing the A N orth D ivision title. L o m b a rd i b e g in s h is sec o n d v a rsity season at the h elm and expects to im prove on last season, ju s t as the q uote reads in the lo ck er room . “T h e ju n io rs h o p e fu lly w ill ta k e c a re a n d h e lp th e s e n io rs o u t. W e ’ll s till b e y o u n g b u t I th in k w e ’ll b e o n e o f th e fa ­ vorites (to w in A N orth),” L om bardi said. T h e E a g le lo s t fiv e v a rsity sta rte rs to BOTH ENDS OF TH E BATTERY — Byron Charboneau will pitch and catch g ra d u a tio n b u t re tu rn a so lid n u c le u s o f M iddletow n High School South Eagles. The Eagles expect to contend for p la y e rs. R etu rn in g starte rs th a t sh o u ld b e once again. the core o f this y ear’s squad are ju n io r cen ­ ter fielder Jim m y L opusznick, senior catch­ ing duties. R ounding out the outfield will be o f varsity experience.” e r/p itc h e r B y ro n C h a rb o n e a u a n d ju n io r Even if L om bardi is concerned about the L o p u s z n ic k ’s b ro th e r, Jim m y , w h o w ill second basem an B art Lom bardi. experience som e o f his players lack, he said start in rig h t field and sen io r John H ilbert L opusznick, w ho started in left field last h e still feels c o n fid e n t th in k in g ab o u t th e w h o w ill p lay left Field. season and w as the starting quarterback on T h e p itc h in g ro ta tio n w ill re ly o n the M id d leto w n S o u th ’s fo o tb all team , b atted e x p erien ce o f C h arb o n eau . A n o th er rig h t­ .2 7 0 la s t s e a s o n a n d is s la te d to b e th e hander, ju n io r R on C h ristie, w h o w as 2 -0 E a g le s’ lead -o ff m an. T h e team cap tain is o n the varsity level last year, and lefty John C h arb o n eau . T h e se n io r fig u res to b e the T h e “ N o te a m ’s b est pitcher and is a four-year varsi­ V a c c o la an d M a tt K in se lla c o m p le te th e E ag les’ p itching staff. ty player. L o m b ard i is a sw itch h itter and A fter four scrim m ages, L om bardi has a led last y ear’s team in hitting w hen h e bat­ good idea w hat his team is capable of. ted .341. “W e ’re stro n g o ffen siv ely , h ittin g and T he infield, w hile still n o t definite, looks ru n n in g th e b ases,” h e noted. “W e ’re also lik e this: S e n io r R ic h B e n n e tt a n d ju n io r v e ry so lid d e fe n s iv e ly . T h e y ’re sh o w in g K evin M arrero w ill split tim e at third base. signs o f p lay in g good d efense.” Ju n io r D arren Fenster w ill start at shortstop. W h ich leav e s o n ly o n e q u estio n m ark S en io r Jo e D ondero is ex pected to start at first base, and w ith a lot o f pow er, w ill b at — pitching. in the fo u r hole. W hen C harboneau is pitch­ “T hey need m ore experience. O nly tim e ing, E ric R om aglino will h andle the catchwill tell. B yron is the only p itch er w ith a lot

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c o n s is t e n t b a s e b a ll h ile th is is a reb u ild in g year for m an y high sch o o l b aseb all team s in th e a re a , C o a c h R ic h B a th a n d h is M id d le to w n N o rth L io n s a re p rep arin g for w hat co u ld be a very su ccessfu l y e a r for his p rogram . T h e L io n s head in to th e 1995 b aseb all seaso n w ith a solid n u cleu s o f ex p e ­ rien ced sen io rs and som e very p ro m isin g u n d erclassm en ready to m ak e the ju m p up a level. “ It's g o in g to b e a w ide o p en year, and h o p efu lly the b re a k s w ill g o o u r w ay ,” said Bath. T h e L io n s are co m in g o ff an u p -an d -d o w n 1994 c am p a ig n th at saw them fin­ ish w ith a 15-12 reco rd , an d tied fo r seco n d p la c e in the S h o re C o n fe re n c e A N orth D ivision. “W e n eed to find c o n siste n c y th is sea so n if w e h o p e to c o m p e te c o m p e ti­ tiv e ly ,” said C o ach Bath. F o r M id d leto w n N o rth to be su ccessfu l, they m u st receiv e co n sisten t gam es from sen io rs J e ff K arpell, a c e n te r fielder w ho b atted .463 last season; sho rtsto p Paul E sp o sito , w h o hit .360 a y e a r ago; left fie ld e r D arren M inch, a th ree-y ear starter w ho b atted .323 last year; and p itch er R ick D zien islew sk i, w h o w as 4 -2 in 1994 a n d w ill be the L io n s’ N o. 1 p itc h e r this season. “ W e are g o in g to be a sk in g m an y o f o u r kids w h o p lay ed w ell at ju n io r varsity last season to step up and co n trib u te at the h ig h er lev el,” said C o ach Bath. T h e L io n s w ill be d e p en d in g on a y o u n g p itch in g sta ff to co in cid e w ith th eir eight retu rn in g seniors. Ju n io r R u ssell D unn, w h o led th e ju n io r varsity team in b attin g a v erag e, h o m e ru n s and R B Is, w ill start at first b a se for the L io n s and ju n io r p itch ers D av id A rro y o , R u ssell L ak e an d Jo e B arberi w ill ro u n d out the startin g rotation. ‘T h e b eg in n in g o f the season w ill be im p o rtan t to see how o u r y o u n g er play ers w ill reac t to th e step up in ta len t,” said B ath. T h e L io n s w ill a g a in p la y a d e m a n d in g n o n -c o n f e re n c e s c h e d u le , w h ic h should p re p a re th e m for the to u g h A N o rth D iv isio n sch o o ls such as C h ristian B rothers A cad em y , M arlb o ro and O cean . B ath, in his 16th y ear o f coach in g , re a l­ izes in a tough co n feren ce, ev ery w in is a big one. “ If you c o u ld w in 15 g a m e s an d q u a lify fo r th e M o n m o u th C o u n ty , S h o re C o n fere n ce and stale to u rn am en ts, then y o u r seaso n is a su ccess,” said Bath.

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C astino, to give confidence and the w ill to n ew season brings h o p e and o p ti­ w in fo r the younger Seraphs. m is m fo r C o a c h R ic k S tim p s o n “ D o m h a s b e e n h it ti n g th e b a ll e x ­ a n d h is M a te r D e i H ig h S c h o o l trem baseball squad. T h e Seraphs are com ing o ffely w ell this spring and th e retu rn o f K evin gives o u r pitching staff a big boost,” a d isa p p o in tin g 1994 se a so n , w h ere th ey said Stim pson. struggled to a 4-14 overall record and fin­ T h e S eraphs m u st also g et p ro d u ctio n ish ed n e a r th e b o tto m o f th e S h o re C o n ­ this season from sophom ore shortstop and ference C N orth D ivision standings. p itc h e r T ra v is E v e rh a m , ju n i o r c a tc h e r “W e ’re looking for a b ig im provem ent D arren H orn and sophom ore pitcher K evin in o u r o v erall p e rfo rm an ce from last se a ­ M uldow ny. son,” said Stim pson. “If the team ’s p lay can “W e ’re very excited about this season as rem ain co n sistent th roughout the year, w e K evin has been throw ing w ith m ore veloci­ should be successful.” ty and T ravis has show n a lot o f p ro m ise If the S eraphs are going to contend for this spring,” said Stim pson. the C N orth D ivision title this season, they T he key for M ater Dei this season is that m u st rely o n so lid p ro d u c tio n fro m th e ir th ey m u st g et co n siste n t p itc h in g fro m a underclassm an and m uch-needed leadership very deep, but young staff if it hopes to end from their seniors. their four-year drought from qualifying for “W e have a solid com bination o f youth the state tournam ent. a n d e x p e r ie n c e ,” sa id C o a c h S tim p s o n . “If the kids play the w ay their capable o f “W e hope the core w ill gel together, w hich playing, w e should see a drastic" im p ro v e­ could m ake us -a dangerous team to face.” M ater Dei will count on the senior lead ­ m e n t fro m la s t y e a r,” c o n c lu d e d C o a c h Stim pson. e rs h ip o f p itc h e r K e v in D o la , o u tfie ld e r — Jon Punko D ave M en d id o and second b asem an D om

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c h a m p io n in th e P ro S to ck d iv isio n . T h e veteran has w on tw o o f the last three titles. J e r ry G io rd a n o o f F re e p o rt, N .Y ., g a v e G astelu a season-long battle before com ing up short. W hen it cam e to checkered flags, no o n e in the P ro S tock d iv isio n received m o re th an F a rm in g d a le ’s Jo h n R u g g iero , w h o c ap tu red fiv e m ain ev e n t featu res in ’94. W ith a little m ore consistency in ’95, R uggiero could challenge fo r the title. H e’s already proven he can drive w ith anyone. F reehold’s R alph D arienzo finished 10th in th e d iv isio n la st y e a r a n d w ill lo o k to im prove in ’95. T h e p re se n c e o f P a rk stro m m ak es the P ro Stocks even stronger. T h e veteran w on th ree featu res in the S treet S to ck division including the first o f th e season. H e held the p oints lead from start to finish. H e show ed th e kind o f consistency w ith T op 10 finish­ es m ixed w ith w ins that it takes to contend w ith the alw ays-consistent G astelu.

W ith P a r k s tr o m m o v in g u p to P r o Stock, the Street S tock race is w ide open. A m o n g th e c o n te n d e rs w ill be F a rm in g d ale’s C raig W allis, w ho w as fourth in the points standings and w on three races. K en M atlach o f Franklin Square, N .Y ., w as sec­ o n d to P a rk stro m la s t y e a r an d w o n fiv e features. H e figures to be the driver to beat. R ay R ovira o f E ast B runsw ick w as third in the points race in ’94 and c an ’t be count­ ed out. Q ualifying races in each o f the three d ivisions w ill b egin S aturday n ig h t’s p ro ­ g ram fo llo w e d by th e th ree m ain ev en ts. O n c e th e o p e n in g n ig h t ra c e s a re in th e books, stock car racing w ill continue each S a tu rd a y n ig h t at W all S ta d iu m th ro u g h m id-O ctober. F o r additional inform ation on the W all Stadium season, call 681-6400. M o n m o u th C a b le v is io n T V - 3 4 w ill again p ro d u ce th e p o p u la r racin g p ro g ra m L e t ’s G o R a c in g e v e ry w e e k d u rin g th e W all S tad iu m season. T h e h a lf-h o u r p ro ­ g r a m w il l b e s h o w n a t 10 p .m . o n T h u rsd ay and F riday evenings.

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Sport Shorts Carolyn Hassmiller, a ju n io r g u a rd fo r th e G eo rg ian C o u rt C o lleg e w o m e n ’s b a s k e tb a ll team , led th e L io n s w ith 381 p o in ts th is year. S he also le a d h e r team in th r e e -p o in t sh o ts w ith 37 a n d a v e ra g e d 13.1 p o in ts p e r gam e.

K im b e r ly L a n e a n d D ie rd r e M u lla y w ere c re d ite d w ith assists. K e ira W ern er re c o rd e d a sh u to u t in g o al b e h in d stro n g d e f e n s iv e p la y fro m M e g a n L o m ic k y , E r ik a T h o m p s e n , K e lly R o b in s o n a n d D an ielle P hilips.

Registration for Pop Warner F o o t­ ball and C h eerle ad in g w ill b e h eld fro m 9 a.m . to n o o n on S a tu rd a y a t th e H a z le t Y o u th A th le tic L e a g u e c o m p le x . T h e re a ls o w ill b e a r e g is tr a tio n o n A p ril 11 from 7-9 p.m .

The Raptors, a boys’ u n d er-9 trav e l­ in g s o c c e r te a m , d e f e a te d th e J a c k s o n V ie s J a m m e rs , 3 -0 , o n M a rc h 19. K y le B o y d , A le x a n d e r F a la n g a a n d M a tt S u l­ liv a n s c o r e d fo r th e R a p to rs . K y le Z u p a n c ic w a s c r e d i te d w ith a n a s s is t o n B o y d ’ s g o a l. F a l a n g a a n d R y a n M c ­ D o n o u g h s h a re d c h o re s in g o a l fo r th e R aptors.

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The Hazlet Recreation C o m m issio n is s p o n s o r in g g y m n a s ti c s f o r g ir ls o n M o n d a y s a n d W e d n e s d a y s b e g in n i n g A p ril 10. T h e 16-lesson p ro g ram , o ffered fo r g irls 6 -1 3 , c o n s is ts o f in s tru c tio n in v a u ltin g , b a rs , b a la n c e b e a m a n d tu m ­ b lin g . F o r g irls 6 -8 , c la s s w ill b e fro m 5 :3 0 -6 :3 0 p.m . o r from 6:45-7 :4 5 p.m . F o r girls 9-13, class w ill b e h e ld from 8-9 p.m . T h is p ro g ram is fo r H a z le t re s i­ d e n t s o n ly a n d p r o o f o f r e s i d e n c y is re q u ire d at the tim e o f re g istratio n . G irls m a y b e re g iste re d fo r th e p ro g ra m fro m A p ril 3 to A p ril 7. E n ro llm e n t is lim ite d an d is on a first-com e basis. N o w alk-ins w ill b e a c c e p te d . F o r in f o rm a tio n , c a ll 739-0 6 5 3 .

Registrations are now being accep ted fo r H azlet R e creatio n ’s “A lm o st S en io rs” m ix ed softball league. P lay w ill b eg in on Ju n e 3 and co n tin u e fo r eig h t S u n d ay s. A ll g a m e s w ill b e p l a y e d a t V e t e r a n s M e m o ria l P a rk at 5 :3 0 p .m . R o ste rs are lim ited to 20 players. P lay ers m u st be 35 o r o v e r and p ro v id e t h e i r o w n b a t a n d g lo v e . T h e c o s t o f re g is tr a tio n is $20 per p la y e r . R e g is tra tio n s a re b e in g a c c e p te d a t th e R e creatio n O ffic e in th e Ja m es J. C u llen C e n te r, U n io n A v en u e . F o r in fo rm a tio n , call 7 3 9 -0653.

The Hazlet Terminators, an u n d er-1 0 b o y s ’ team , blasted th e O cean E ag les, 8-2, in th e o p en in g gam e o f th eir M o n m o u th O cean S occer A sso ciatio n (M O S A ) spring se a s o n . N ic h o la s P u liz z a n o sc o re d fo u r t i m e s f o r th e T e r m i n a to r s a n d B r y a n S c h e l l e r , C h a r l e s T a c o p i n o , A le x M a u to n e and B ru ce C o n o lly also tallied . T h e T e rm in a to rs re c e iv e d so lid d e fe n s e fro m K en F ran k en b u sh , K y le G aro n , Jim F is h e r, C h ris W h a le n , M a tt B ro w n a n d F ra n k K onopolko. A n d y V o u tsin as p ick ed up th e victory in goal. In M O S A u n d e r- 1 0 g ir ls a c tio n , th e H a z le t D y n a m ite s d e fe a te d th e J a c k s o n V ie s , 2 -0 . T h e D y n a m ite s ’ g o a ls w e re s c o r e d b y J e s s ic a D ru c k m a n a n d T a r a M cF adden.

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The Mavericks, an under-10 and 11 b o y s ’ s o c c e r te a m , b e a t th e J a c k s o n V ip ers, 6-0, in th e ir seaso n opener. G oals w e r e s c o r e d b y K e v in R y a n , S te p h e n R o d rig u e z , N ic k F e d y sh y n a n d Jo n a th a n H u d so n . E rik D o eh le r and R o b D o n eg an w ere cred ite d w ith assists.

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S W F, 29, enjoys shopping, movies, dining, travel, flea mar­ kets, craft shows, Chinese auc­ tions and girl talk. Seeking S W F, 24-40, for friend ship.©2101 (exp4/26)_________ TALL, DARK, HANDSOME

Italian WM with good sense of humor, seeks female, 20-40, race unimportant, for a fun-lov­ ing friendship with no strings. ©21 03(exp4/26) NEW FRIENDS

Widowed J F , mid-60s, would like to make friends, male or female, in the Marlboro area, Enjoys shopping and dining out. Sm oker, non-driver. ©2087(exp4/26) TRUE FRIEND WANTED

DWF, 32, with 7 year-old daughter, seeks WF, preferably with children in sam e age group, for friendship, movies, shopping and conversation. ©2032(exp4/19)___________ FRIENDSHIP ONLY

SPRING IS COMING

SWM, 29, 5’8”, 140lbs, brown/ brown, good shape, enjoys bik­ ing, skiing, boating, beach, scuba diving, seeks fit S/DWF, 21-30, for friendship, possible

DWF, mid-40s, with young child, seeks WF around same age, with possible children, for going to singles dances togeth er and for taking children on outings. ©1984(exp4/ i2)

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Attractive, financially secure SWPM, 40, seeks full-figured, N/S, S W P F , 25-35, for romance, adventure, weekend getaways, laughter, movies, m usic, beaches and LT R . ©2079(exp4/26)_______________

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I just know I will find you! Oldfashioned, romantic SWM, 26* desires SWF, 23-28. Please be considerate and honest. ©2102(exp4/26)

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SM, 5’10”, 165lbs, honest, sin­ cere, good sense of humor, looking to share love, laughter, happiness with S/DW F. © 2 074(exp4/26)______________

SWPM, 41, active, intelligent, likes sports, music, movies, outdoors, seeks attractive, sta­ ble SW F, 30-43, similar inter­ ests, good sense of humor, for LTR. ©2051 (exp4/19)_________

Cute SWM, 20, 5’8", 145lbs, dirty blond/blue, into rap, clas­ sic rock, fun. Seeking SW F, 18-22, with similar interests. No head games. ©2100(exp4/26)

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SWM, 31, educated, attractive, professional, with great sense of humor. Enjoys dancing, comedy, travel, sports. Seeking SWF, 24-36, honest, romantic, and athletic, with similar inter­ ests. ©2071(exp4/26)_________

DWPM, 53, 6’3’’, 190lbs, N/S, N/D, likes beaches, skiing, hanging outdoors, conversation and m ovies. Seeking tall Protestant S/DW F, 38-48, who’s interested in or close to my ball park. Monmouth County. ©2129(exp5/3)

SOMEWHERE IN TIME

AMAZING GRACE

DWCF. loves music, movies, tv. good conversation, quiet tim es, nature. Seeking S/DWCM. a 40-something grownup, fun-loving, patient, kind, sincere, affectionate, for LTR. ©20l8(exp4/12)_________

Seeking female for LT R and marriage. I’m 26, 6’, 180lbs, brown/brown, N/S, enjoy sports, dining out. ©2126(exp 5/3) JUST A NICE GUY

BRUNETTE

S W PF, 20, enjoys camping, movies, dining out and week­ end getaways. Seeking fun, outgoing PM, 24-30, with good personality, for possible LTR. ©2007(exp4/12)

SWPM, 33, 6’, fit, brown/green, N/S, honest, outgoing, humor­ ous, enjoys romance, dining out, having fun. Seeking SWF, 25-35, N/S, for fun, romance. ©2125(exp5/3) BORN-AGAIN CHRISTIAN MALE

DWF, likes walks on the beach, movies, dinners, dancing. Seeking SM, 59-62, for com­ panionship. I’d like to cook for you! ©2034(exp4/19)_________

D W JF, 50s, musical, profes­ sional, attractive, romantic, slim, brunette. Seeking WPM, 55-68, for lasting relationship. Enjoys dinner, theater, dancinq, movies. ©*2006(6X04/12)

DWJM, 5’9”, 165lbs, seeks intellectual female (40-50, MA, Ph.D.), who’d like science, psy­ chology, humor, equality, exploration, stocks, bonds, TV and low stress. © 2132(exp 5/3)

Fit, fun SWM, 6 ’3’’, 205lbs, brown/blue, seeks fit, affection­ ate S W F, 19-35, with good sense of humor, for possible LT R . Prefer career-oriented woman or student. © 2 14 3 (exp5/3)________________________

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SEEKING LOVE & ROMANCE

Down to earth, zestful, jolly S C F , 30, loves life, laughter, movies, bowling, walks, sight­ seeing, seeks honest, caring, understanding W/lndian SCM, 30-42, for friendship/possible LTR. ©2044(exp4/19)_________

Handsome, tall, intelligent DWM, 42, 6’, enjoys dancing, dining out, movies, traveling, skiing, Harleys. Seeking tall, attractive SW F with similar interests, 35-45, for dating, hopefully more. ©2141 (exp 5/3) SWM, 26, 5’6”, 155lbs, blond/ blue, enjoys tennis, hiking, camping, horseback riding, beach, jogging. Seeking S/DWF, 18-34, similar inter­ ests, for fun and adventure. ©2142(exp5/3)

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looking for the same, 36-46, for companionship/LTR, maybe more. DWF, 37, 5’5”, 130lbs, honest, caring, enjoys great sense of humor. © 1 99 5 (exp4/12) ______________

A TALL MAN NEEDED

who’s friendly, happy, honest, to be a man in my life. I’m S W F, 40s, 5’7” , who enjoys dancing, walking, m usic. Friendship/maybe more. © 2088(exp4/26)

A NEW BEGINNING

Attractive Jewish widow, 62, 5’4”, 125lbs, ready to begin another chapter. Wants to share love, laughter, happiness with JM, 60s, N/S, with sense of humor. How about you? ©1999(exp4/12)______________



SPRING HAS SPRUNG

ALLURING & INTRIGUING

Vivacious, educated, stu n nin g S W JF, 5’8”, slender, eclectic interests, seeks Renaissance SW JPM , 28-38, 6 ’+, great shape, educated, charming, N/S, for life of dreams. ©1997(exp4/12)______________

Attractive widow, 58, from Middlesex County. Interests include: movies, dining out, music and sightseeing. Seeking tall, sincere gentleman for friendship. © 2 06 0 (e xp 4/19)

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Widowed W F, mid-late 50s, brown/brown, 5’9”, enjoys the­ ater, opera, concerts, fitness, dining out, movies, antique shows. Seeking gentleman, 50s. for friendship/companion­ ship. ©2122(exp5/3)

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Outgoing S P F , 48, engineer with good sense of humor, seeks SWPM, mid-40s+, for good conversation and outdoor activities. Companionship/pos­ sible relationship. ©2039(exp 4/19)

SWF, 24, medium build, brown eyes, caring, honest, seeks SWM, 25-31, who likes danc­ ing, dining, comedy clubs, out­ doors and much more. ©2081 (exp4/26)

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MARCH MADNESS!

Widow seeks male, 70+. Loves flea markets, garage sales, Atlantic City, animals, flowers, birds, bingo, lunching out, day trips, big band/country music, rides in the country. © 2084 (exp4/26)

Fun-loving, clever, witty, fit S JP F seeks honest, adventur­ ous, romantic, dashing S / DJPM, 38+, N/S. ©2133 (exp 5/3)

DWF, 5’6” , 135lb s, seeks attractive WM with good sense of humor, 38-45, for lasting relationship. I love beaches, dinner, sports, movies. ©2094 (exp4/26)

GIRL NEEDS BOY

SW F, 23, 5 ’7”, full-figured, blonde, seeks educated S/DWM, 23+, goal-oriented, fun. Enjoys day trips, nature, music and more. ©2048(exp 4/19)

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Spend 1 hour with us & learn how to become a homeowner with minimal $$$. Why rent when you can own? F R E E seminar every Tuesday at 7pm. Call Lori to register: 908-264-9593 EATO N CREST A PTS Tennis & swim club. Large size rooms w/19ft living rm. Only minutes from Ocean beaches, Golf Courses, Fish­ ing & Boating. Near all hous­ es of Worship & Malls. MonF ri 9 : 3 0 a m -4 p m , 908-542-1105. Pine Brook Rd., Hope Rd., Eatontown. 2 blocks from Exit 105 G S P

COLTS NECK CREAM PUFF 4 bdrm., 2 Vz bath, colonial. 2 fireplaces, Jacuzzi, basement, garage. For only $379,900. Rose-AI Realty. 908-291-2240

012 Lots & Acreage

018 Stores

H O W ELL TWP-Wooded Lots SOUTH BOUNC) BRO O K-Rt. 4 acre lot $55,900. 2 acre lot 527 & Main St. /approx. 1,300. $43,900. Call 908-780-9382 sq. ft., 1st floor. Many extras. $1,195. per mo. 908-255-5920

013 Real Estate Wanted

SOUTH BRUNSWICK E . BRUN SW ICK-2 blks/best schools. 3 bdrm, 1 bath, ren­ B U ILD A B LE LO T W ANTED ovated, prestigious area, yard, Must have all utilities. Call c/a. $ 1 3 4 , 9 0 0 . O w n e r . 908-985-3619 908-254-6151 GOVERNMENT FORE­ C L O S E D HOMES-From $1.00 (repair needed). Delinquent tax, Repo’s, R EO ’s, FDIC, R T C , IR S . Your area. Toll free 1-800-898-9778 Ext. H-5139 for current listings. Fee.

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014 Mortgages

TRAVEL 1\GENCY Fully lie. Estab. 3 yrs. Fully trained staff. Wrill hold A R C bond. Great opp ty. to be your own boss. Will h elp sincere in­ dividual get off to successful start. Call eves. !908-536-4742

020 Buildings Garages

ALL CREDIT OK 3 STEEL B UILDINGS40’x38’x16’ w as $7,724. now Real Estate Re-financing 7 Days-9am-9pm. 908-607-2720 $4,724. 50’x70’x 16’ one open en d , w a s $1 4 ,8 6 0 . now H O M E Q U E S T O N - L IN E Mortgage Money Unlimited $9,906. 100’x1 2 0 ’x1 4 ’ w as Shop for a home, rental or 281 Hwy. 79 Morganville, NJ $56,942. now $£ 7 ,760. Stored shore rental in the comort of Licensed Mortgage Banker inside original crates. Comyour own home. View thou­ NJ Department of Banking blueprints. pl et e with sands of properties on-line. 1-800-29:2-0111 No home computer, contact us for your nearest Home015 Summer/Winter H O W E L L /F R E E H O LD -Sp ace quest Broker. Call Rentals for workshop or storage. 1-800-542-7885 16’ X 25” , 20’ ) C 50’ & 12’ X 2 1 with overhi 2ad door. 24 N ORTH B EA C H HAVEN - 3 DISNEY AREA FLA. hour a c c e s s . Highway 9. bedroom, 1 V 2 bath, Cape 908-462 -1660 Cod. Fireplace, screened in 2/3/4/ bedroom. Luxury homes porch. Nice oceanside neigh­ 3mi. Disney. From $550/wk. 908-446-8237.... 908-446-0224 M ARLBORO-GA RAGE-Alarm s b o rh o o d . R e n ta l in co m e on each unit. Fe need, security $11,000.- season. $139,000. >36-0235 gates. Call 908-J Call 609-492-7018

FLORIDA VILLA

S A Y R E V IL L E

BY OW NER Sheffield Mews. Priced below market for quick sale. 2 bdrm, 1 Vz bath townhouse. Fin. bsmt., fpl., garage. E xc. cond. C o r n e r l ot . $ 1 2 9 , 9 0 0 . 9 0 8 -2 90-9 3 0 0 , days 908-254-42117, eves

008 Condos Townhouses S A Y R E V ILLE /P A R LIN Rental 1 bdrm., washer/dryer, c/heat & air, fpl., dishwasher. Avail. 5/1. $795. per mo. Call Pat 908-525-9766

008a Adult Communities

CRANBURY AREA Whittingham. 2 bdrm., 2 V2 bath, 2 car garage, huge kit. Steps from clubhouse. Extras, extras!. 609-395-8897

3 bedroom, 2 bath villa w/private pool. Quiet residential lo­ cation. 8 miles to D IS N EY & other attractions.

Weekly/Monthly Rates Call 908-583-8098

FREE VACATION ACCOMMODATIONS Enjoy 2 nights, 3 days at the Jersey Shore or The Pocono Mountains. Take the kids too! Call for details. 908-291-2240 LO G CABIN , PA. $800./P E R W E E K C A LL 908-254-1331, E V E S

025 Business Opportunities

★ A BUSINESS ★ that I started & own did $6 million last year. Help me ex­ pand. P fT , F/T, domestically & internationally. No investment. Company is 9 yrs old & is top rated. Call Mike to hear & leave message 908-389-7523

C H ILD R EN ’S A R T STUDIO Fully equipped. Marlboro area. Call & leave name & number at 908-223-3385

MOMS LOSE WEIGHT COMMERCIAL 017 Office & Floor Space

FREEHOLD

MANALAPAN-Covered Bridge II Furnished office space avail, 2 bedroom, lower. $82,500. in store-front loc. Freehold S acks Realty 201-798-3500 Eves/weekends 908-536-2692 Mall, Rt. 9. To share with in­ surance services. Call Ron or M A N A L A P A N - R E N T A L - Greg at 908-431 -9090 Covered Bridge, 2 bedrm., upper unit, near Clubhouse. FR E E H O L D TOW N SHIP 908-536-8928/908-431 -5776 1 bdrm. Avail, imm. $750. per mo. incl. all util. 908-780-0904 O F F IC E & W A R E H O U S E space for rent. 1,200-4,000 LAURENCE HARBOR 009 Rooms for Rent sq. ft. Millhurst Business park. 1 bedroom. $550. per month Call 908-462-2000 + utilities, + 1 1/2 months se ­ curity. No pets. Credit check. M A R LB O R O Private base­ MATAWAN Main St. Victorian Available now. C a l l ment room to rent. Carpet, charm. Office suites available. 1mo Free Rent. 908-583-7777 908-727-0466 panelled, cable TV , fully fur­ nished. U se. of kitchen facili­ OLD B R ID G E ties w/own refrig. $380.mo. COUNTRY LIVING APTS plus utilities. 908-536-0890 800-1400 sq. ft. Marlboro, 2 bedroom apts. avail. Heat, Manalapan area. Call George. air conditioning, hot water, OLD B R ID G E Large room, 908-972-0769 cooking gas and dishwashers cooking, for mature minded included. Mon.-Fri., 9am-5pm. reputable non-smoker. 1 mo. sec. Clean. 908-360-2264 908-360-2992

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OLD BRIDGE-Stores & Of­ fices. New strip mall. Rt. 18. $750.+ up. 908-255-5920

HAZLET- 12’x65’, 5 rms., 1 bath, liv. rm. 16’x20\ bedrm. w/2’ extension & bay window. Like new, cntr./air, washer/ dryer, fully furn. 908-264-4385 H AZLET-W hy Rent? New mo­ bile homes. Financing. 15 & 20 year. 6 mo-1 yr. free rent Call: 908-888-9335 JAC KSO N -Shady Lake Park. 12 x 70. 2 bedrm., washer/ dryer, c/a, lg. deck. Recently remodeled. Family neighbor­ hood. $17,500. 908-928-4385

012 Lots & Acreage

F REEH O LD TOWNSHIP B ET H LE H E M , PA- Beautiful 3 175’x125’ wooded lot in lovely bdrm. split level. Large private established residential area. yard. E asy a cce ss Rte’s 22 & Call 908-780-1286 for details I 78. $139,000. 610-694-9754 H O LM DEL C E M E T E R Y Colts Neck & Holmdel G A R D E N M A U S O L E U M C R Y P T F O R 2. A sk in g N EW H O M ES-CO LTS N EC K $4,500. Call 908-671-1090 starting at $465,000 HO LM DEL starting $375,000 HOLMDEL CEM ETERYCall builder at 908-787-7773 Chapel Mausoleum Crypt for or after 6pm 908-671-6688 2. $7,800. Call 908-583-4455

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025 Business Opportunities VENDORS WITH CARTS R E D BAN K A R EA Very busy location with stor­ age available. Hot dogs, pea­ nuts, popcorn, pretzels, break­ fast & lunch items, flowers, plants. We have the space. Call 908-946-1234

035 Help Wanted Full Time C L E R IC A L -T e m p Spots & T e m p -to -H ire . Im m e d iate openings. Filing, General of­ fice skills. Fee paid. Call Ann. Open Saturdays. 908-390-1170, Lorelei Personnel, Inc. One Auer Ct., East Brunswick, NJ 08816

035 Help Wanted Full Time

LANDSCAPE HELP

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DECO RA TIN G A S S O C IA T E Seeking creative business minded person for interior decorating. Training. Part/full T R A IL E R - C O N T R A C T O R S ’, time. Call 908-946-8896 FO R JO B S IT E . 24’ long w/ heat and lighting. Please call 908-821-4386 Work at home. $500.+ p/t, $2000.+ f/t. Start immediately. Earn paid vacation. For infor­ mation call 908-935-3463 Classified Works!

028 Contracting Equipment

A 700 million dollar company with over 40 years experience in an exclusive niche market is expanding in New Jersey. This is a ground floor op­ portunity to learn our business and move quickly into man­ agement. If you have a solid work ethic, integrity, can take direction, and are looking for a long-term career, please call Personnel at: 908-225-6190 9AM-12PM EO E

FINANCIAL 030 Financial Services F R E E D E B T CONSOLIDATION-lmmediate relief! Too many debts? Overdue bills? Reduce monthly payments 30%-50%. Eliminate interest. Stop collection callers. R e­ store credit. N C C S, nonprofit. 1-800-955-0412

IT’S TAX TIME!

DRIVERS For Italian Ice Trucks. Now through summer. High com­ missions. Call 908-536-0166 D R IV ER S- $600 +a week is one call away. OTR/Reefer, starting pay up to $.32/mile, 2 ,5 0 0 miles/week, regular home time & great benefits. Call anytime. E O E . B U R LIN G ­ TO N M O TO R C A R R IE R S 1-800-JOIN-BMC.

Have you used your 1994 IRA D R IV ER S-A new career is just tax credit? Time is running what you need. If you’re tired out! Call to find out more of the same old routine, head about our IRA T a x Qualified in a new direction as a profes­ Annuities: 908-972-1430 sional truck driver with J .B . Hunt. No experience is no problem because we’ll help you get the training you need. 030a Income Tax Best of all, when you drive for us you can earn an average of over $2,000. a month your first year driving, plus get comprehensive benefits. Call T A X PR EPAR ATIO N Lowest Rates 908-360-9126 f o r m o r e i n f o r m a t i o n : 1-800-2 J B - H U N T . E x p e r i­ AN E X P E R IE N C E D CPA enced driver applications are Prepares income tax return expedited by ca l li n g $25. & up. 908-679-6120 1-800-368-8538. E O E . Sub­ ject to drug screen.

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EMPLOYMENT 035 Help Wanted Full Time

FO RKLIFT-Tem p to hire! C a­ reer spots! Local! Great op­ portunity & benefits. Fee paid. Open Saturday, 9am-2pm. Call Bill 908-390-1170 Lorelei Personnel, Inc. One Auer Court E . Brunswick, NJ 08816

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800-545-8390 CARPENTER Remodeling Company seeks assertive individual with own tools and truck. 908-566-3238

CARPET CLEANER Experience & driver’s license a must. 908-679-7295

CLEANING

Carrol 908-431-0955

H A IR D R E S S E R & Manicurist Experienced for busy, fun shop. Lakewood/Howell/Jack­ son Area. Top pay, vacation. Call 908-928-5074 H A IR D R E S S E R S (2) Minimum 3 years experience. Top pay for right persons. Vacation. 908-238-7704 H ELPER Assist in pool openings & repairs. Call 908-972-0222

LABORERS-Seasonal

Homes. 7:30am to 3pm, Tues­ wanted for sprinkler company day - Friday. 908-721-6510 Must have valid driver’s li­ CLEAN ING - ft/pt. Experience cense. Chance to learn a a +, not necessary. Need car trade. Experience a plus. & phone. 908-431-9099 Call 908-739-2327

P A R E N T S N EED ED to provide therapeutic foster care for special needs chil­ dren. For further information call Marisa Silva at CPC-Behavioral Health Care 908-591-1750 ext. 347

CLASSIFIED SELLS!

RECEPTIONIST

For Optometric office. Experi­ ence with insurance claims & Freehold based manufacturer computers preferable. Call 908-566-7701 seeks mature/responsible pro­ duction workers. Train on laser printer cartridges & print­ ers. No experience required. Contact Laser Save 908-431-3339 Freehold manufacturer looking PROPERTY MANAGER for ind ivid ual to a n sw e r Condominium/Apartment ’ phones, type, file & do gen­ eral office work. Knowledge of Positions available for experi­ W ordPerfect a plus. C all en ced Condom inium and Laser Save 908-431-3339 Apartment Managers. Proper-! ties in E sse x, Passaic and R E T A IL Hard working, motivated per­ Morris Counties. Roseland Management Com­ son for receiving, merchandis­ pany, LaVerne M c C a l l ing & light computer work in children’s clothing store. Will 201-228-8675 train. Call 908-566-0849

RECEPTIONIST SECRETARY

Classified Works!

035 Help Wanted Full Time

SALES F/T or P/T Central Jersey Pools is looking for experi­ enced, motivated pool/spa or outdoor furniture sales people. Excellent opportunity. Apply in person: 4235 Rt. 9N. Freehold SA LES

IMMEDIATE OPENING

Are you ready to earn be­ tween $30,000.-$50,000. your first y e a r and $ 5 0 ,0 0 0 .$80,000. your second year? Then we’d like to speak to you. The leading NATIONAL R E A L E S T A T E office in NJ is looking for 2 C A R E E R minded people for residential, new home sales, commercial in­ vestment sales & leasing in Central Jersey area. W e will get you licensed & train you. SA LES C LER K For confidential interview call Thru October. Knowledge of Tom Poklikuha at CENTURY 21 Worden & Green pool chemicals helpful. Call 908-972-0222 908-828-6300

LIFEGUARDS

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Programmers & Analysts N e sc o S e rv ic e C o m p a n y c u rre n tly h as im m e d ia te long te rm p o s itio n s a v a ila b le in M a d is o n a n d F ree h o ld , N J. All p o s itio n s w ill rq u ire O v e rtim e . W e a re lo o kin g fo r in d iv id u a ls w h o h ave e x p e rien ce w ith : • IB M M a in fra m e s , P C ’s, an d W o rk s ta tio n s , C O B O L II, M V S /E S A , IM S , JC L , M S W in d o w s , M S W o rd ; • P o s itio n s re q u ire IM S p ro g ra m m in g ; B atch an d O n -L in e; • D u ties in clu d e co d in g , tes tin g an d d a ta co lle ctio n ; Send Resumes Attn: NESCO, 7249 National Dr., Suite 4, Hanover, MD 21076, Fax (410) 712-0042 or call 1-800-275-3729.

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O U T W E IG H S W E X P E R IE N C E ! Monmouth County’s Newest Pontiac dealer needs to exparia its sales force. With nearly 50 years fn the car business. Straub Motors has added Pontiac and the action is strong. The right individuals for these sales positions must be able to get excited about Pontiac, if so, we’H be excited about you. No experience necessary - you can be trained here by the best people in the business. Apply in person Tuesday Thursday 10AM-4PM.

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Greater M edia Inc., publishers of w eekly newspapers in Monmouth and M iddlesex is hiring. Be part of our energetic, dynam ic and growing organization.

The following p o sitio n s a re available:

C U S T O M E R S E R V I C E R E P R E S E N T A T IV E f Flexible. 25 hours a week. Part-time customer service representative. Busy I circulation department needs a versatile, organized person. Full benefit package. I c a l l 908-254* 1755

IN S ID E T E L E P H O N E S A L E S our classified department Is looking for good communicators who are detail I oriented and interested in making money. Must be a team player energetic, salary | commission and great benefits. ! F a x r e s u m e t o : H e le n e T lu s t y , f a x : 908-432-0016 IO r s e n d t o : G r e a t e r M e d ia N e w s p a p e r s 7 E d g e b o r o R d . E a s t B r u n s w ic k , NJ 0 881 6

M A IL R O O M / P A R T - T IM E P O S IT I O N : if you are dependable and like to work in a fast paced atmosphere one day per week, we have openings on Wednesdays - 3:45 p.m. till midnight. There will be opportunities to increase your hours with other shifts in the future. f If in t e r e s t e d , p le a s e a p p ly a t G r e a t e r J e r s e y P r e s s 110 c o n n e r t y C o u r t , E a s t B r u n s w ic k , n .j . 0 881 6 c a l l 9 0 8 -254-7004 f o r d ir e c t io n s o n ly

S T R A U B M O TO RS Route 35, Keyport Right at Garden State Parkway Exit 117

GENERAL OFFICE WORK

ADVERTISERS Light typing skills. Marlboro & READERS It is the policy of this newspaper area. Call 908-780-5900 that all help wanted advertisements will begin with a job title. HAIR STYLIST Call 1-800-660-4 ADS Full/part time A G EN T - A AAA Career Salary, commission & more. Kathy 908-525-9282

CHHA’s WANTED RN’s, CNA’s, Homemakers, Live-ins. Western Monmouth C o u n t y . C a l l L u A n n at 908-303-0245

P R O C ES S O R - W e pay you to process registrations for us. Busy salon. Following not Free cassette tapes show you necessary. Established clien­ how to make $81,000. or t e l e . C a l l W e d n e s d a y - more a year. Member B B B. Call 508-823-4009 Saturday 908-536-1778

N U R S E R Y FARM MANAGER Knowledge of spraying and ir­ rigation required as well as general farm work. Freehold FO R SUM M ER CAMP. Call area. Call 908-462-2677 Monday-Friday 908-431-1629

035 Help Wanted Full Time

035 Help Wanted Full Time

PRODUCTION WORKER

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DISTRIBUTOR

D R IV E R T EA M S WANTED$ 1 5 , 0 0 0 . in bon us paid monthly, quarterly & yearly plus top mileage pay 401 (K) plan, $500. sign-on bonus. Other paid benefits - Vaca­ tion, health & life, dead head, motel/layover, loading & un­ loading. CO VEN AN T TR A N S ­ PO R T solos & teams call 1-800-338-6428.

035 Help Wanted Full Time

MANAGEMENT TRAINEE

Full or part time FR E E H O L D AREA-M ust have valid drivers’ license & experi­ 027 Business ence in all aspects of land­ Equipment M ARRIED WOMEN wanted scaping. Must be able to run for televised Mrs. America jobs. Excellent salary. Call C O M M E R C I A L IN T E R IO R Pag eant. C all for details 908-462-1198 FIXTU RES-M anufacturer di­ 908-928-9050 LANDSCAPE HELP rect. New, used, custom showcases, counters slatwell, C R U IS E S H IP S HIRING-Earn F/P Time. Experience pre­ chrome, glass & mirror store up to $2,000+ month working ferred, but willing to train. fronts. 1-800-5NO-FRILL. The on cruise ships or land-tour Freehold area. 908-780-9032 companies. No experience Spurce in NJ. Why pay retail necessary. For information, c a ll 1-206-634-0468 ext. C89691. Refundable fee. & lawn maintenance. Must be Jupiter Jump. Excellent condi­ reliable with valid N .J. driver’s tion. Originally $4,000. Asking license. 908-462-4289 $3,000. Snack bar equipment, LAWN S P R IN K L E R etc. 908-536-1647 TEC H N IC IA N - Experience S T O R E FIX T U R E S -S h elve s, preferred. Willing to train. case s, etc. Ask for Chris. Call 10 month position available Call 908-679-7474 immediately. 11:30am - 6pm, 908-525-3122 Monday-Friday. 609-448-1854

M00NWALK

035 Help Wanted Full Time

driven restaurants applicantsfortheir new locationinEdison, at the MenloParkMall

NOW HIRING • kitchen staff • servers • bus person • b a r staff |* host/hostess • door person 1disc jockeys • expeditors If you a re a first string player, w e’d like you on ou r team. Apply in person a t

CHAMPPSAMERICANA 418 MENLOPARKMALL EDISON, NEWJERSEY Interviewsbegin I 4/3-Mon. thruSat. 10-7 Monday,April 3rd!! 14/10-Mon. thruSat 10-7

O U T S ID E S A L E S R E P R E S E N T A T IV E Full-time, we are seeking an ambitious, motivated sales professional to fill out our sales staff. Applicant should have sales experience, we offer salary, commission and great benefits. If you are a proven sales professional and think you can meet the challenge, we want to talk to you. P a x o r s e n d re s u m e to : G e rry H a g g e rty G r e a t e r M e d i a N e w s p a p e r s , P .O . B o x 4 2 3 , M o r g a n v i l l e , 0 7 7 5 1 P a x 9 0 8 -9 7 2 -6 7 4 6

P H O TO G R A P H ER + FR EE -LA N C E Middlesex-Monmouth Counties News-Features-Sports creative, dependable Flexible hours S e n d r e s u m e t o : M ic h a e l C u llla n o G r e a t e r M e d ia N e w s p a p e r s , 7 E d g e b o r o R o a d , E a s t B r u n s w ic k , N J 0 8 8 1 6

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D R IV E R S Greater Media Newspapers Is looking for motor route drivers. Pickup of papers Tuesday night for early Wednesday morning delivery. C a ll C h r is a t C ir c u la t io n 908-254-1755

Greater Media Newspapers E.O .E.

THE INDEPENDENT, MARCH 29, 1995 6 3 035 Help Wanted Full Time

036 Help Wanted Part Time

SA LES A G EN T-Sales or management T ELE M A R K E T IN G Naturalizer Shoes, Freehold Racew ay Mall. Apply in per­ son or call Joe 908-577-8884 127 Ye ars of doing business Booking appointments from SA LES P/T & F/T Party Plan prequalified leads. Excellent Fund raising pay available, full/part time. Mail order, etc. For interview please call Call 1-800-615-9244 908-225-6190 Ext 824

NO SELLING!

W E ARE LOOKING FOR TH E BEST!

At whatever you did or do. Start the Spring out right with a career change, sales, one call closers, management op­ portunities, no experience necessary. $40,000-$60,000. 1st year potential, paid train­ ing draw, against commis­ sions, salary, medical and more. Do it now! Call Ronnie. 1-800-972-5376

TELEMARKETING Part time/full time days. Experience necessary for financial consulting firm. 908-225-4200 Ext 3019 or 3037

W ATKINS INC.

C IR C ULA TIO N SER VIC E REP

036 Help Wanted Part Time

SALES Marlboro Bridal Shop seeks e xp e rie n c e d s a le sp e o p le , eves/weekends. 908-972-0080

SA LES PERSON Evenings & weekends. Out/in store. Call DiPasquale Fence 9-4 at 908-536-0660

SCHOOL VAN DRIVER

The Star-Ledger has immedi­ ate part time openings for Middletown area. 6 hours per early risers! $115. starting sal­ day. Immediate opening. Call 908-739-9300 ary plus car expenses, dental T E L L E R / M S R fo r C re d it and vision benefits, vacations, S O C IA L S E R V IC E S Union. Must like people & commissions, rapid salary in­ good with figures. Credit creases. Call NOW! P/T TR AINER S Union or Bank experience a Needed for various shifts in 1-800-274-6629 plus. Send resume to: residential programs serving P U EF C U Armory Building CLERICA L-Light Bookkeeping disabled adults. Involves a s­ Washington Road Tuesday thru Friday 9-3pm. sisting residents with some S E C R E T ARIES-W e need yo u ! Princeton, N J 08540 Send resume to: personal care, with daily ac­ Top area clients have several PO Box 130 tivities and household chores. temp & permanent spots. W P Englishtown. NJ 07726 High school diploma and driv­ 5.2/6.0, MS Word/Windows, er’s license required. Morn­ Lotus, Excel & many others. CRAFTERS WANTED ings and weekend hours avail­ Experienced grounds person. Open Saturdays 9am-2pm. able. Contact Personnel at Let us sell your crafts in the Pay commensurate with expe­ Call Ann 908-390-1170 Freehold Racew ay Mall. 908-750-5575. E O E rience. 908-721-8671 Lorelei Temporaries One Auer Ct. The Treasure Cache T R U C K D R IV ER S -Fo r Harold SUMMER E . Brunswick, NJ 08816 Ives Trucking. Free driver Call 908-308-3048 DAY CAMP SECRETARY/ training, if you qualify. Stu­ CUSTODIAN • S U P E R V IS O R S ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT dents welcome. Experience pay up to 28 cents per mile. EAST BRUNSWICK • C O A C H ES ★ D★ Excellen t benefits. • LIF E G U A R D S P U B LIC S CH O O L D IS T R IC T •C O U N SELLO R S 1-800-842-0853 Excellent opportunity for indi­ HALF-TIM E CU STO D IAN S vidual to work in an educa­ 908-446-6539 Shift: 3:00-7:00 p.m. & tional environment. Proficient W A R E H O U S E - T e m p s A V A ILA B LE: IM M EDIA TELY on Microsoftword for Win­ Temp-to-Hire. Local! Pick/ Contact: Helyn Sloan dows. Must be a thinker. pack! Shipping & receiving. 908-613-6727, 760 Rte 18 Heavy phones. Great company. Short/Long term! Fee paid. East Brunswick, N .J. 08816 Open Saturday 9am-2pm. Call Call Laurie Knafo AA/EOE Bill 908-390-1170 TELEM A R K ETER S Lorelei Personnel, Inc. CUSTOMER SERVICE- Experience preferred but will DUNHILL PERSONNEL One Auer Ct. APPOINTMENT SETTERS train. Flexible daytime hours 105 College Road East East Brunswick, NJ Earn extra $$ working nights. (Monday thru Friday). Marl­ Princeton, NJ 08540 boro office. Salary plus bonus. Salary plus bonus. Paid Call 908-536-0546 CALL 609-452-1222 training. Existing customers. 036 Help Wanted Clear speaking voice a must. FAX 609-452-9222 Part Time Hours 5pm-9pm Monday thru SERVICE TECHNICIAN Friday. Office in Old Bridge. REW ARD! Call 1-800-872-0157 For swimming pool/spa. Must ADVERTISERS W E R EW ARD Ask for Nancy & READERS have experience. Excellent It is the policy of this newspaper OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE opportunity for the right per­ that all help wanted advertisements D E M O N S T R A T O R S - F o r S U P E R PA R T TIM E JO B son. Apply in person: will begin with a Job titie. Friendly Toys & Gifts, in your WITH FU LL TIM E PAY! . Call 1-800-660-4 ADS Central Je rsy Pools area. Part-time hours, full-time • Set up appointments for 4235 Rt. 9 North Freehold pay. Over 800 items. Cel­ outside reps from our exciting AD M IN ISTRATIVE our 40th anniversary. East Brunswick office. SUPERINTENDENT A ssistant/Secretary needed ebrating • Holidays, sick days, vacation afternoon Hebrew School. Call 1-800-488-4875 5 Years Experience for and profit sharing Mondays, Tuesdays & Thurs­ D IS T R IB U T O R S • Guaranteed hourly wage North Brunsw ick apartment days, 4:00-6:30pm. Secretarial • High commissions and complex. Good salary, apart­ skills a must-experience pre­ lucrative bonuses ment & benefits. Only those ferred. Send resume to: I lost 34lbs. All natural, Dr. • $10.-$15./hour earn potential with minimum 5 years experi­ A. Feld approved. 100% guar. Lose Call for an interview ence need apply. 5 Elaine Court lbs/earn $$$. 1-800-501-D IET Call 908-297-5222 Old Bridge, NJ 08857

TREE SERVICE

TELEMARKETING

036a Employment Services HOME T Y P IS T S N EEDEDA lso PC/W ord p ro ce sso r users. $40,000./year income potential. T oil free 1-800-898-9778 ext. T-5139 for details (fee)

HOME TYPISTS PC users needed. $35,000. p o ten tial. D etails. 1-805-962-8000 Ext. B-2111 L A B E L S A T HOME

PART TIME WORKERS

037a Child Care Wanted

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MANALAPAN Child care needed in our home for 1 & 9 year old boys, Monday-Friday, 7am-6:30pm. Driving & references required. After 7pm call 908-409-6688 NANNIES Live in/out with great families. Immediate positions available. Selective Nanny 908-247-0707 214 Rt 18 East Brunswick

047 Furniture D R Y E R - Brand new Hotpoint. Whirlpool washer. Both white. E xc. cond. $400. for both. 908-679-5135

REFRIGERATOR

Beige, great a s a 2nd unit. Asking $75. 908-651-8869

Wanted To Hand Prepare R E F R IG E R A T O R - K e n m o re , Mailing Labels At Home. You 039 Health Care 14 cu. ft., automatic defrost, Must Have A Typewriter, excellent condition. Call after Computer or Good Handwrit­ 7pm 908-821-0705 ing. Imm ediate Openings. COM PANION/Hom e Health 1-809-474-2830. (L.D . Toll) Aide. 1 yr. Experience. Own ★ REFRIGERATORS ★ LAW Enforcement Jobs car. Salary Negotiable. Call Guaranteed, 90 days. $175. +. Choice of sizes and No Experience Necessary Lou Anne 908-251-5332 colors. Very clean. Now hiring. U S customs, offic­ Can deliver. 908-225-5272 ers, etc.For info call 9am-11pm, Alternative to a nursing home 7 days at 219-794-0010 Come live in my lovely home. WASHER & DRYER ext. 2937 Receive good care by exp. Whirlpool, like new. POSTAL & GOVERNMENT woman. Room & meals. Refs, Deluxe, large capacity. $550. JO B S . $21 ./hour plus benefits. available. 908-521-1665 Call 908-290-1615 No experience, will train. To apply 1-800-875-7608

ELDERLY CARE

LPN/NURSE

SALES Work at home. $200.-$1,200. P/T. $2,000.-6,000. F/T Call 908-935-8509 S T A Y HOME & M AKE $$$ Over 100 jobs. 24hr. Dept. M08 404-215-0539 GANDD

037 Babysitting Child Care A B E R D E EN

DEN FU RN ITU R E Couch, 2 chairs, coffee table. Asking $125. or best offer. Call 908-721-5317 D IN ETTE S ET-O ak, Virginia House, 8 pc. w/glass china closet-$435. Secretary desk$ 20 0 . T e a cart-$50. Ma­ hogany rocker $75. & Wicker doll stroller $155. & composi­ tion doll $55. Old Hummel$75. Lamp-Pink Lenox-$100., oak dresser-antiq ue-$150., color T .V .’s $50.-$75. Com­ puter w/color monitor-$135. Curio cabinets & more! Call 908-254-0179

W ASHER-GE

Tender loving care given to the sick/elderly. A vailable Almond. 4 yrs. old. $250. Exc. days, evenings. Call Van any­ cond. MC/Visa. 908-780-4816 DINING ROOM Cherry Wood Table w/6 chairs (leaf/pads), time. Call 908-634-6532 W A S H E R -K elv in ato r heavy china closet. $200. E x c . cond. POUSH AGENCY INC duty portable, new. $350. Call eves 908-229-5713 cash. Call between 4-9pm Specializing in elder/sick care 908-257-2418 Housekeepers, live-in/out DINING ROOM SET Call 908-862-0289 WASHER/GAS D R Y E R - Pecan, 6 chairs, 1 leaf & Whirlpool. Excellent condition. breakfront. E xc. cond. $500. $ 1 5 0 . for both. C a l l Call 908-363-1601 041 Resumes/ 908-972-3080

B u s in e s s S e rv ic e s

15 FREE RESUMES

CERTIFIED TEACHER w/first order. Written/typeset, & mom offering quality care in laser printed. R U SH Service. Write For Y o u ....908-446-8012 my home. Near exit 120. Call 908-566-4297 C A R E FO R K ID S - Day Care referrals. State certified, pre school programs offered. No fee 908-446-8027

COUCHES

Sofabed & Loveseat. Floral, beige/rose/blue design. Good F R E E Z E R -S e a rs Best Ken- cond. M UST S E L L . $375. more, 18 cu. ft., upright, frost- 908-607-2702 free, almond, 2 yrs. old, still under warranty. Cost $1,000. DAY BED-White iron & brass. Must sell $600. 908-446-1165 Complete w/2 Ortho mat­ tresses & pop-up trundle. Un­ used in box. Cost $800. Sell $325. Call 908-602-9673

GRAPHICS +

Brochures, flyers, logos, word processing, etc. 908-238-3040

044 Computers 386 DX- 4 RAM, 120 HD, color monitor, DO S, Windows, Word Perfect & more. In­ cludes printer. $750. Call 908-431-9055 leave message.

dition, 9 piece, i 2,000. BED ROOM S E T - Kinj Size, $700. Call 908-957-014 5 DINING ROOM S ET -T rad ., pecan, lg. china cabinet, table w/2 leaves & 6 chrs. Asking $400. Call 908-67 9-5073

DINING ROOM TABLE-w/4 chairs. Black la Xjuer. A s is A P P L E II G S- With hard drive, $ 5 0 . P le a s e c a ll J a c k ie P R O F E S S IO N A LL Y Prepared floppy drive, mouse, 2 joy 908-525- 9740 CHILDREN’S CHOICE By Former Exec. Recruiter. sticks, Appleworks program & La se r Printed, Convincing other games $1,000. or best DINING ROOM Wood par46 W. Ferris St., E . Brunswick Cover Letters. Medical Tran­ offer. 908-747-9115 Iv. msg. son’s table & 4 chairs-$400. Ages 3 months-5 years. C O F F E E TABLE-m arble-$85. Kindergarten. State Certified. scription Avail. 908-972-2759 D IN E T T E S E T -chrom e & Open 6:30am-7pm, 12 months glass-$180. END T A B L E maa year. Call 908-613-4488 hogany-$35. 908-390-9057 MAC LCII-10 mb Ram 80 hd w/software. MONITOR-B & W- D R E S S E R - Trip)le, 80” , 6 Radius full page w/interface drawer white m ca, rounded Child Center/State Licensed 203-378-7900 card. Both $800. or will sell sid es. Orig. $' 0 0. Asking MERCHANDISE Full/Part Time. Enroll NOW for separately. L A S E R MAX 1000 $300. 908-780-52 48 DRIVER Schoolbus Equal Opportunity Employer Themed Summer Program printer, interface card, toner 658 Englishtown Rd. Old Bridge With or without C D L license. cartridge, compatible MAC 2, e n t e r t a i n m e n t C E N T E R Call 908-723-9416 Free training. Good pay with T E LE P H O N E S A L E S - From 042 Antiques/ Mac 2X, 2C X , 2 C l, 2 FX . S o l i d oak (arm o ire benefits. 908-536-3485 Old Bridge office. 9-1 or 1-5 $500. Call 908-780-2762 Collectibles M ARLBO RO weekdays. Call 908-251-0047 style)1 Vfeyrs y
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WANTED: Join the Excitement! Experienced Telemarketing Supervisor Needed Immediately, For our Old Bridge Location! Also, Experienced Telemarketers for Old Bridge & Howell Offices. Top Salary & Bonuses & Commissions Daily, Weekly & Monthly.

Be Part of a Great Team Call Nr. Nametko

1-800-972-5376

SU M M ER POSITIONS S U P E R V I S O R - a p p lic a n t s h o u ld p o s s e s s a d e g r e e in E d u c a tio n , P a r k s & R e c r e a tio n o r re la te d fie ld . E x p e r ie n c e in d a y c a m p o r s c h o o l e n v iro n m e n t r e q u ire d . C O U N SE L O R S - n ee d e d fo r 6 w e e k su m m e r d a y c a m p . A p p lic a n t m u s t b e 1 7 o r o ld e r, e x p e r ie n c e a p lu s . L IF E G U A R D S - n e e d e d f o r s u m m e r d a y c a m p p r o g r a m m u s t h a v e th e fo llo w in g c e rtific a tio n s : A L S , C P R & F irst A id e . A C T IV IT IE S S U P E R V IS O R - m u s t b e 1 8 y e a r s o r o ld e r & s h o u ld b e a tte n d in g c o lle g e o r a c o lle g e g ra d u a te . T H E R A P E U T IC R E C R E A T IO N C O U N S E L O R n eed ed fo r 6 w e e k su m m e r d a y ca m p p ro g ram fo r d e v e lo p m e n t a l^ d is a b le d in d iv id u a ls a g e s 7 -a d u lt. A p p lic a n t m u s t b e 1 8 o r o ld e r & e x p e r ie n c e in S p e c ia l E d o r T h e r a p e u tic R e c . a p lu s . A p p lic a n ts s h o u ld h a v e p rio r e x p e r ie n c e w o rk in g w ith c h ild re n & p r e p a r in g a c tiv itie s f o r a g e s 6 - 1 4 . C e rtific a tio n s in C P R , F irs t A id e & A L S P r e fe r r e d . c a ll

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For Bridal Store in Marlboro flexible days & hours. Call 908-972-0080

HOUSECLEANING W ork Monmouth/Middlesex/ F re e h o ld a re a . A must: phone/own transp ortatio n 908-679-6215

M ASSEUSE S T A T E O F T H E A R T SALON Call 908-842-1188

MODELS NEEDED For Haircutting Workshop Lawrence Gerard Salon Call 908-536-8150

NEWSPAPER DELIVERY E A R L Y MORNING W O RK The Star Ledger has delivery positions available in your area. Earn $450. to $600. a month, plus cash incentives. A reliable car is a must. Call:

WAITRESS/WAITER

Experience. Part time nights. Call 908-254-6665

036a Employment Services ATTENTION READERS Ads under this classification are not offers of employment. Often these advertisors offer a service for a fee. If you place a call to a “900" number you will automatically be billed a fee, which varies.

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A SSEM BLE-A rts, crafts, toys, jewelry, wood items, typing, Will care for your child. New­ sewing, computer work from born/up. Dependable, reas. GRANDMA’S-908-254-9504 Buy, sell & trade home in your spare time. rates. Exc. refs. 908-679-1185 or 908-679-0520 56 Main St. South River Great pay. Free details. Call 24hrs. 1-800-632-8007

1-800-574-9635 Ext. 127

EARN MONEY

For Chiropractic office in Man­ alapan. Monday, Wednesday & Friday 2pm-7pm. Computer Reading bdoks! $30,000/year e x p e rie n c e h e lp fu l. C a ll Incom e potential. D etails. 1-805-962-8000 Ext. Y-2111 908-536-1880 EARN THO USAN DS stuffing envelopes. Rush $1.00 and S A S E to: M.G. P.O . Box 555, Front desk, for Doctor’s office Parlin, N .J. 08859 in Manalapan. Various duties. Call 908-536-6665 EARN U P TO $1,000. Weekly Stuffing envelopes at home. Start now! No experience, free supplies, information. No obli­ Cameo Lingerie is now in this gation. Send S .A .S .E . to: area. $75.-$100. per show. Prestige Unit J . $25,000.+ full time. P.O . Box 195609 Free sample kit 908-390-6501 Winter Springs F L . 32719

SALES

A N TIQ U ES

Quality child care by reliable C O B W EB S Cottage-8 Shops S P R IN G IS H E R E , T H E Mom in her smoke free home. Fenced yard. Monday thru Fri-. G R A S S HAS RIZ & I KNOW W H E R E T H E AN TIQ U ES IS! day, 7am-6pm. Lots of T LC . 58 Main St., Farmingdale Refs, avail. Call 908-671-6787 Tues. thru Sat. 9-5, Sun. 10-2 908-938-2626 NANNIES AVAILABLE Live-in, Live-out or Temp Call 908-247-0707 Selective Nanny & Companion 214 Rt. 18, E .B ., N J .

LOVING MOMS

ASSEM BLERS: Excellent income to assemble products OFFICE CLEANING at home. Info 1-504-646-1700 Dept. NJ-3812 M IDDLETOW N A R E A . Ap­ proximately 10 hours per week for long term. Call: GAD EARN $200-$1,000./week! from 9 :3 0 -1 2 noon only Assemble Products at Home! 908-741-1160 Call Toll-Free:

R ECEPTIO NIST

QUALITY CARE

Avail, in my warm & loving Top prices paid for: Antique 045 Clothing home. Mon-Fri. C P R cert. All furniture, oriental rugs, paint­ ages welcome. Refs avail. ings, jewelry & silver. We pur­ 908-866-0190 chase entire contents of e s­ FU R COAT-Lynx, size 8, full tates. Will come to your home. length, $4,000. or best offer. Call 908-888-0736 Call 908-671-8254

A D D R E S S LA B ELS-Fo r pay. Must have typewriter, word processor or good handwrit­ ing. Average 10/minute inter­ national long distance call. OLD B R ID G E 1-809-474-4293

1-800-242-0850

R ECEPTIO NIST

KIDS COUNT

SEWING MACHINE

GOW NS Wedding-w/very long train. Also Mother of Bride gown. Sizes 9-10. 908-972-7684

047 Furniture

A.H. FORMICA CUSTOM LAMINATED FU R N ITU R E & R EFA C IN G • K ITC H EN S • W ALL UN ITS • BED RO OM S E T S • CH ILD R EN ’S ROOMS 908-745-2102 • 908-390-1609

B ED -Brass. Queen, complete (William) From about 1890. w/Ortho mattress set. Unused, Appraised at $500. Asking in box. Cost *$1,000. Sell $400. Call 908-846-0334 $300. Call 908-602-9673 E A S T BRUN SW ICK-Exp. per­ T E A C A R T , M A R B LE TO P son, for infant in our home, 3 T A B L E , D E S K , MAH JO N G G days/week. Must have exc. S E T S . B e s t o ffe rs. C a ll refs. & transp.. 908-651-7953 908-679-4746 Dark pine, twin bed, desk, bookcase, night stand & chest FREE ROOM/BOARD of drawers. Exc. cond. $175. f y m T S e m e d tf ( v t In exchange for some evening Call 908-297-5084 child care. Jackson area. *?e v e n ... 908-935-3437 Leave message BED RO OM S E T -G IR L S >10,000 Square Feet Of Treasures Country Oak Four Poster Twin FR E E H O L D TW P. «Over 100 Dealers Set. Beautiful. $675. ' Open 7 Days A Week NANNY/HOUSEKEEPER MC or Visa. 908-780-4816 1Quality Consignments Accepted Easy-going, fun-loving family ' Dealers &Decorators Welcome BEDROOM -Drexel Exquisiteseeking live-in, 4-5 weekdays Major Credit Cards Accepted oak, 6 pc. queen. $5,000. set to care for 2 V z yr. old child. for $1,275. Garden furn.-cast Housekeeping, light cooking. iron $15 0 . Coffee Table, Must be expd., non-smoker. Queen Anne, drop leaf. $85. English speaking w/excellent Cedar closet $85. Cupid lamp refs. & own transp. Call after $85., Cedar chest-Mahogany 8pm w e e k d a y s /a n y tim e Queen Anne-best offer. Night weekends 908-866-0459 tables-pair solid cherry $125. HOLMDEL-Mature, loving, reli­ Clocks-chime & cuckoo $50.able, non-smoker to care for 9 $75. Violin-$125. Dulcimermo. old, in our home 9am$75. Carved Mahogany tables Visit our 2nd Floor Furniture Gallery noon, Mon.-Fri. 908-946-8310 •Always New Items • & more. Call 908-254-0179

037a Child Care Wanted

BEDROOM SET

ENTERTAINMENT UNIT BR O YH ILL. 6V2’ ih x 30” w x 18” d. Oak color. $75. Call 908-521-0740

EUROPEAN TOUCH Furniture Repair R e s to ra tio n s , re fin is h in g , repairing, hand stripping. Also faux, fleck stone & imported gloss lacquer finishes. F R E E estimates. Call 908-758-9387

FOOT/HEADBOARD B rass. Queen size. Good cond. $200. 908-446-3862 _L

FORMICA FURNITURE

Brand new condition. 2 yrs. old. Sectional 3 pc. sofa$1,800. Coffee & end tables$ 2 2 5 . e a . D e sk w/hutch (white) & matching leather chr. $675. Call 908-303-0458 KITCH EN SET-(Rattan) Table w/glass top & 4 swivel chairs, w/beige cushions. E xc. cond. $32 5 . S E C R E T A R Y - 1 9 4 0 ’s style, 6’ tall, wood, drop-leaf w/2 glass doors & 4 drawers. $325. Call 908-888-6122 LIVING ROOM SET-Complete 8 pc. oriental style. Excellent condition. Call 908-303-0620

MINT CONDITION 6 pee. sectional sofa, beige. $500. Murphy bed with stor­ age, $100. Tall cabinet, white/ grey, $100. 908-792-0458

MOVING SALE 7 pee king sz bdrm. Juvenile bdrm, upright piano. 11 pee dining rm set, outdoor set. 908-364-2055 leave message

MOVING SALE Assorted furniture available. Call 908-409-2656

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MARCH 29, 1995, THE INDEPENDENT

043 Appliances D R Y E R - Brand new Hotpoint. Whirlpool washer. Both white. E xc. cond. $400. for both. 908-679-5135

047 Furniture

COUCHES

Sofabed & Loveseat. Floral, beige/rose/blue design. Good cond. M UST S E L L . $375. F R E E Z E R -S e a rs Best Ken- 908-607-2702 more, 18 cu. ft., upright, frostfree, almond, 2 yrs. old, still DAY BED-White iron & brass. under warranty. Cost $1,000. Complete w/2 Ortho mat­ Must sell $600. 908-446-1165 tresses & pop-up trundle. Un­ used in box. Cost $800. Sell $325. Call 908-602-9673

REFRIGERATOR DEN FURNITURE Beige, great as a 2nd unit.

Asking $75. 908-651-8869

Couch, 2 chairs, coffee table. Asking $125. or best offer. Call 908-721-5317

R E F R IG E R A T O R - K e n m o r e , 14 cu. ft., automatic defrost, D IN ETT E S ET-O ak, Virginia excellent condition. Call after House, 8 pc. w/glass china 7pm 908-821-0705 closet-$435. Secretary desk$20 0 . T e a cart-$50. Ma­ ★ REFRIGERATORS ★ hogany rocker $75. & Wicker doll stroller $155. & composi­ Guaranteed, 90 days. $175. +. Choice of sizes and tion doll $55. Old Hummel$75. Lamp-Pink Lenox-$100., colors. Very clean. o ak dresser-antiq ue-$150., Can deliver. 908-225-5272 color T .V .’s $50.-$75. Com­ W ASHER & DRYER puter w/color monitor-$135. Curio cabinets & morel Call Whirlpool, like new. 908-254-0179 Deluxe, large capacity. $550. Call 908-290-1615

WASHER-GE Almond. 4 yrs. old. $250. Exc. cond. MC/Visa. 908-780-4816 W A S H E R -K e lv in a to r heavy duty portable, new. $350. cash. Call between 4-9pm 908-257-2418

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DINING ROOM Cherry Wood Table w/6 chairs (leaf/pads), china closet. $200. E xc. cond. Call eves 908-223-5713

DINING ROOM SET Pecan, 6 chairs, 1 leaf & breakfront. Exc. cond. $500. Call 908-363-1601

W ASHER/GAS DRYERWhirlpool. Excellent condition. $150. for bo th. Call 908-972-3080

C O LL EC T IB L E S -M an y inter­ esting items: Rosenthal bird, Quality leather loveseat & Limoges, Victorian dry sink, (70) Used, like new. Only $20. Call 609-655-8072 chair, $600. 19” R C A color TV pictures etc. 908-972-3582 with wall unit, $175. Queen C O N V A LESC EN T AIDESS N A P P E R R ID E R MOWERSerta boxspring & mattress, Matresses/box springs (2) twin Lawn maintenance equipment, $150. 13.5 cu. ft. Whirlpool re­ & (1) Queen. Dining room - complete set up including gas frigerator, $225. 908-636-0236 Mahogany, Period. & more. trimmer & edger. Call Steve 908-536-8829 MOVING SALE-Bedroom set, Low prices! 908-290-9433 12 pcs., oak & brass w/twin C R A FT S -EA S TER CRAFTS & T V EN TERTAIN M EN T Centerbed $1,100. Dining room set, B A S K E T S . F U R N I T U R E - $70.-Contemp. Cocktail & (2) oak, 9 pcs. including break- W IC K E R , RATTAN & PINE, end tables $100. Coat-brand front & rolling cart $800. Di­ STO RAG E SH ED S. new imitation fur, sz. 10 . nette set, oak, 9 pcs., includ­ Great Savings & Selections $ 1 2 5 . C a ll a fte r 1 0 a m ing hutch & comer cabinet 908-525-5875 The Wicker Basket $800. Call 908-308-3673 Rt 34 Colts Neck 908-462-8855 VACUUM-Kirby upright w/atMOVING SALE-Kitchen table, tachments. Works perfectly. microwave, couch, industrial DISHW ASHER-Portable $110. $ 1 2 5 . P lease call sewing machine, patio furni­ Refrigerator $295. T V Color 908-495-6323 ture. Call 908-671-8254 $35. Misc. rugs, indoor & out­ W ALL UNIT-living room, sew­ door furniture, & more. Call ing machine, living room ta­ R EC LIN E R -B lu e /m au v e ve­ 908-246-0294 b les. P le ase call lour, very good cond. $125. 908-422-2689 Couch: contemporary, $100. DISHWASHER-portable, $75. Chair: best offer. Commode S o f a & love seattables (2): $100. Call Nancy Contemporary. Best offer. Call days 908-431-5100 908-251-2446 ALARM STICKERS eves. 908-431-4755 E N C Y C L O P E D IA - C o m p le te Deters Unwanted Intruders. R EC LIN E R /R O C K E R World Book-$100. 2 foam D E C A LS 2 for $8.95 La-Z-Boy. Grey. Very good wedge BO LSTERS-new -$15. LAWN S IG N S $9.95 ea. condition. Asking $175. Call Portable T U B SPA-for 1-$50: • Home • Business • Cars 908-264-4046 Micro Cart C A B IN E T -d ark ECI oak-$40. EN T ER T A IN M EN T P.O . Box 5064 U N IT -o a k fin is h -$ 4 5 . T V Old Bridge N .J. 0885? CART-solid mapl e- $3 0. 908-679-9225 Furniture worn? Save $$$ G L A S S D IS H E S-$ 1 5 . C all The old can be new again 908-431-2836 H A N D CR AFTS 800-437-0480 K IC K E R BOX-300 watt. 2 CLASSIFIED SELLS! S E C T IO N A L-Contem porary, Subwoofers, passive radia­ brand new $1,500. Wall Unit, tors, built in Crossovers, 300 $300. Chaise Lounge, $200. watt ampicarpeted, $225. Call Call 908-577-1013 Rich Jr. 908-446-4009

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REFINISH/REPAIR

DINING ROOM SET-M int con­ dition, 9 piece. $2,000. B E D ­ ROOM SET - King Size, $700. SOFA & LOVE SEAT Call 908-957-0146 CONTEMPORARY. Fro m DINING ROOM SET-Trad ., Huffman Koos. Like new, light pecan, Ig. china cabinet, table green & off white stripe. $625. 044 Computers w/2 leaves & 6 chrs. Asking or best offer. Will separate. Call 908-446-5727 $400. Call 908-679-5073 DINING ROOM TABLE-w/4 S O FA (W/2 R E C L IN E R S A T & LOVESEAT386 DX- 4 RAM, 120 HD, chairs. Black lacquer. A s is E N D S ) color monitor, DO S, Windows, $ 5 0 . P le a s e c a ll J a c k ie B e rk lin e . N eutral. A skin g $299. Call 908-238-0342 Word Perfect & more. In­ 908-525-9740 cludes printer. $750. C all 908-431-9055 leave message. DINING ROOM Wood par­ son’s table & 4 chairs-$400. A P P L E II GS- With hard drive, C O F F E E TABLE-marble-$85. Modern. E xc. cond. $400. floppy drive, mouse, 2 joy D IN E T T E S E T -c h ro m e & T A B L E S : Martole. Cocktail & sticks, Appleworks program & glass-$180. END T A B L E ma­ (2) end, $300. LAM PS (2), other games $ 1 , 000. or best hogany-$35. 908-390-9057 $200. Call 908-679-6805 offer. 908-747-9115 Iv. msg. D R E S S E R - Triple, 80” , 6 SO FA/SECTIO N AL- w/matchdrawer white mica, rounded ing throw pillows. Lt. pastels. sid es. Orig. $700. Asking Exc. cond. 2 yrs old. $550. $300. 908-780-5248 Large oval glass din. rm table, MAC LCII-10 mb Ram 80 hd EN TER TA IN M EN T C E N T E R $200. 908-432-0939 w/software. MONITOR-B & W- S o l i d oak (arm o ire T A B L E -8 ft. W ALNUT Radius full page w/interface style)1 Vfeyrs young-Asking w/removeable glass top. Like card. Both $800. or will sell $650. Call 908-679-7707 new $ 5 0. P l e a s e call separately. L A S E R MAX 1000 908-329-3759 printer, interface card, toner ENTERTAINMENT UNIT cartridge, compatible MAC 2, B R O Y H ILL. 6 V2’ h x 30” w x Mac 2X, 2C X , 2 C l, 2 F X . 18” d. Oak color. $75. Call 908-521-0740 $500. Call 908-780-2762

S0FA/2 CHAIRS

EUROPEAN TOUCH 045 Clothing

Furniture Repair

R e s to r a tio n s , re fin ish in g , repairing, hand stripping. Also faux, fleck stone & imported F U R CO AT-Lynx, size 8, full gloss lacquer finishes. F R E E length, $4,000. or best offer. estimates. Call 908-758-9387 Call 908-671-8254

FOOT/HEADBOARD

GOWNS Wedding-w/very long train. Also Mother of Bride gown. S ize s 9-10. 908-972-7684

047 Furniture

B ra ss. Queen size. Good cond. $200. 908-446-3862

FORMICA FURNITURE Brand new condition. 2 yrs. old. Sectional 3 pc. sofa$1,800. Coffee & end tables$ 2 2 5 . e a . D e s k w/hutch (white) & matching leather chr. $675. CaH 908-303-0458

VERY MODERN LIVING ROOM S E T Off white sofa, loveseat, chair, end table & cocktail table DINING ROOM Modem white table with leaf, 6 white chairs with black fab­ ric. W H ITE B U F F E T , white/ black/mirrored. Modem picture to m atch. Cu rio cabinet. 908-679-0569. Never used. Call with offers

MINT CONDITION

BEDROOM SET

MOVING SALE

MOVING SALE

MOVING SALE

KITCHEN CABINETS Custom raised panel cherry wood w/range, s ink & counters. Remodeling home, will remove. 908-257-7915 K IT C H E N C A B IN E T S Oak $ 3 5 0 . or bes t o ffe r. 5 S T O O LS oak w/upholstered seats $25. Call 908-238-0342

Lisa Makes “SCENTS”

KITCHEN CABINETS

Jsa Demonstrations by Lisa ♦ scented candles

S ave up to 70% on major brands while quantities last. 908-329-6000

♦ waxed blossoms etc.

K IT C H E N C A B IN E T S -S in k , stove, countertop etc. TableWood, oval w/4 chairs & leaf. Remodeling-reasonable pric­ e s. Call 908-536-4906 L A WN R I D I N G M O W ERBolens Villa, 36” , 11 hp, ex­ cellent condition, $875. Call 908-747-9670 LAWN TRACTO R-Sim plicity, 20 hp, 185 hours, like new, m ust s e ll. $ 3 ,5 0 0 . C a ll 908-462-2690

LAWNM0WER

KITCHEN/W O RKBENCH-Little Tikes. Includes dishes/tools. $25. ea. Call J a c k ie 908-525-9740

049 Merchandise Wanted

MEMBERSHIP

We want your gently worn clothing, antiques, furniture, collectables and bric-a-brac. Call for Appointment 15 W . Main St., Freehold 908-431-2001

CONSIGNMENT SHOP

AAA AAA ANTIQUES Used furn., estates, contents of homes, etc. 908-888-8377

New & Used Furniture for Sale Repairs & Refinishing Fully Furnished 908-214-1414

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$$$$ A L L OLD O R IEN TA L R U G S & Paisley shawls. Any size or Consign your women’s & kid’s cond. 1-800-221-5119 CA SH clothing, closeouts or salesmens samples. Call 10am-4:30 for info & appt 2nd Turn Around 908-431-7667 & Q U A LITY C O L L E C T IB L E S E S T A T E S PU R C H A S ED $1,000.-$10,000. PAID CO N SIG N M EN TS W ANTED for antique Oriental Rugs. Freehold Antique Gallery Jam es Proctor. 201-278-0280 Victoria Collins, Manager or 800-358-7847

GARAGE SALES/AUCTIONS

908-462-7900

050 Musical Instruments

060 Garage Sales

BA SS- Pevey Dyna, w/active B E F O R E YO U HAVE YO U R electronics & hard case, exc. FR E E H O L D S A L E ! We Buy & Sell condition $360. Chan/el guitar, 24 Broad St Keyport 3 pick-ups w/hard case , mint Lil 908-264-0777 or 264-8615 condition $240. Call 45 Cambridge Rd (Rte 524 W . C A M E R A S & Cam-Corders 908-671-6337 after 5 pm. to Buckingham to Cambridge) CA SH PAID. Su’s Camera, H A M M O N D C O N S O L E 4/1, 10-4. Furn., toys, books, Highland Park. Also at US 1 Flea Market. 908-572-5709 ORGAN-Cherry cabinet, ex­ paint, clothes & more. Every­ cellent condition, needs slight thing must go. Rain or shine. CASH FOR BOOKS repairs & also electric rhythm F R E E H O L D T W P . - 132 box, model FR- 6. Full auto. Old Magazines 908-536-0850 Overbrook Dr. (off Rt. 537) Call 908-671-3363 Sat. 4/1, 8:30-2:30. Rain date CASH for USED CAMERAS O R G A N -Kaw ai Spinet, 13 Sun. 4/2. Toys, clothes, furni­ & all photo equip. New or old. pedal, good condition. $300 ture, housewares, knic-knacs, 1 pc. or whole studio. No Po­ old records & M ORE! Call 908-739-2643 laroid or movie. 908-442-6141

MOVING SALE

WANTED TO BUY



Furniture, PaintinJH

Oriental Rugs. Silver, Collections, Old Toys, Jewelry, etc. Over 40 yrs. old, ANY QUANTITY... COMPLETE ESTATES PURCHASED

CARRIAGE P E G P E R E G O - 9 months old. Excellent condition. $200. or Best Offer. 908-566-2383

PIANO TUNER /

FREEHOLD MUSIC CENTER

MANALAPAN

“N EW J E R S E Y ’S MUSIC S U P E R S T O R E ” N EW & U S E D Great Selection & Prices Used Pianos from $250. Rentals from $30. Music Lessons for All Ages

78 Devon Dr. So. (off Tennent Rd.). Sat., 4/1 & Sun., 4/2, 9-3. Everything must go. Fac­ tory sewing machine, TV s, stereo, V C R , bikes, exercise equip., linens & much more.

Col. Bob Randolph Auctioneer C a ll a n y tim e

C R IB (oval), bachelor chest, changing table-top removableall lacquer gray, includes cus­ tom bedding & mattress.

908-308-3335 M EM BER NJ & STATE S 0Q E T Y OF AUCTIONEERS

LEWIS OF LONDON

SAVETHISAD. YOUMAY NEEDMEINTHEFUTURE!

PLAYPEN -Call 908-254-4923

HOWELL-MOVING SALE

PO IN TE ’O W OODS 7 Spruce Hollow Drive REPAIRM AN . Assoc. Member Sat., 4/1, 9-noon. Contents in­ of the Piano Technician’s clude: Master B R suite, round, Guild. $50. 609-655-2723 hand painted table w/4 chairs, ( 2) end tables, coffee table, TH E PIANO of Your Dreams ( 2) lamps, wicker & glass is at patio set, refrigerator.

908-462-4730

MOVING SALE

MANALAPAN

MULTI FAM ILY 44 Kipling Way (Yorktowne Poets) Sat. 4/1, 10-3pm. Rain d ate S a t. 4/8. A n tiq u es, household goods, linens, Little Tikes, bikes, children & adult clothing & much more! M A N A LA P A N -37 4 T a y lo rs Mills Rd. Sat. 4/1 & Sun. 4/2, 9-3. W alnut d esk, ch a ir, lamps, bric-a-brac, bikes. M ARLBO RO

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Classified Works!

A NTIQ UES

Tbl. 70” oval, white formica pedestal, 6 wht. leather & chrome chr., like new. $ 1 ,000. Twin beds w/mattress, $110. Bed-New king sz. Sealy Post. $800. Recliner w/ottoman brw. leather, $150. Ski machine. $50. Computers: Apple lie. $85. ea. 908-290-1615

POOL HEATER

GO LF CLUBS Full set + bag. 9 irons, 4 woods. Asking $175. Call 5-7pm. 908-613-9628

YOUR CLOSETS

048b Infants Juvenile Items

MOVING SALE

P IN B A L L M ACHINES-Video games, Juke boxes repaired. Pool tables recovered. B U Y & S E L L 1-800-772-5078

051 Sporting Equipment

CLEANING

MOVING

O V ER H EA D P R O JE C T O R For transparencies, mint con­ dition, w/screen $175. Call 908-671-9322

WANTED-STEINWAY Grand piano. Any age Any cond. Will pay cash & pick up. 800-688-5397

MAKE MONEY

Dining room set-$200., Bed­ room* dresser, chest & 2 nite tbls-best offer stereo-$ 100., hi-rise chair for physically impaired -$300., rocking chair, odds & ends. 908-721-5118

BED RO O M S ETS -C h ild rens (2). Lamps, table, fish tanks, typewriters, stereo cabinet, womens clothing-large sizes, Dept. 56 Collectibles & much more! Call 908-536-5138

050 Musical Instruments

M EM B ERSH IP -Jack LaLanne Prem ier Plus Membership. Any facility, full use. $325. AAAA ANTHONY’S AN TIQUE GUN S, swords, military items. Call 908-446-2551 P A Y S T O P $$$$ for used fur­ niture, glass, art, toys, all col­ Lie. NJ/Fed. Dealer. House MOUNTAIN BIKE lectables, etc. Love attics & calls. Bert 908-821-4949 S p e c ia liz e d R o c k h o p p e r basements. Estate contents Comp. S T X grp. 20” frame, bought or auctions. Est. 1979 low usage, $475. or best 908-264-3130 Baskin Robbins Offer. C all 908-308-9469 908-739-9847 for Uncle Joe S A V E T H IS AD U N I V E R S A L W O RKO U T$400. TREADM ILL-$200. or A L L LIO N EL TRAIN S b e s t of f er . P le a s e c a ll Or Flyer. Top cash appraisal. 908-536-2680 Price no object. 908-946-2893

C R IB & S T R O LL E R - Oak crib, Bolens. Model 8654. Self pro­ like new. $75. Grey Graco pelled. Mfg. warranty. $200. stroller, good condition. $25. 908-671-3085 908-422-0225 L O S E W EIG H T Eating the Foods YO U Like. Hate cot­ tage cheese? Love pizza? You choose the foods I’ll design the diet. Call Helen 908-739-1057

CO NSIGNM ENT SHOP DEJA VU

AVOID Garage Sale Hassles. Marilyn buys knick knacks, furn., antiques. 908-257-9107

Have a Party! Be a Hostess and get 50% Off

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CRIB/YO U TH B E D (Childcraft) White w/primary colors, dress­ er & 2 night tables. $175. Call 908-364-7687

W ALL UNIT- 3 piece contem Hilltop Swim Club individual porary wood with comer unit ownership share for sale. 908-431-9085 & b uilt-in lig h tin g . C a ll 908-249-4737 & leave msg.

W ALL UNIT-3 pc.. Fortunoff, like new, cream, mica/glass/ K ITC H EN SET-(Rattan) Table lighted. Sacrifice, $550. Call 908-303-1005 w/glass top & 4 swivel chairs, w/beige cushions. E xc. cond. W A T E R B E D P R O D U C T S CUSTO M LAM INATED $ 32 5 . S E C R E T A R Y - 1 9 4 0 ’s Discounted! Heaters $19.95. FU R N ITU R E & R EFA C IN G style, 6’ tall, wood, drop-leaf W aveless mattresses $44.95. • K ITC H EN S • W ALL UN ITS w/2 glass doors & 4 drawers. Queen softsided beds from • BED RO OM S E T S $325. Call 908-888-6122 $299. U P S /F ED EX delivery. • C H ILD R EN 'S ROOMS Enormous selection at whole­ 908-745-2102 • 908-390-1609 LIVING ROOM SET-Complete sale prices. Free color cata8 pc. oriental style. Excellent tog. 1-800-992-0873 B ED -Brass. Queen, complete condition. Call 908-303-0620 w/Ortho mattress set. Unused in box. Cost $1,000. Sell $300. Call 908-602-9673 6 pee. sectional sofa, beige. $500. Murphy bed with stor­ age, $100. Tall cabinet, white/ grey, $100. 908-792-0458 MERCHANDISE Dark pine, twin bed, desk, bookcase, night stand & chest of drawers. E xc. cond. $175. 048 General Call 908-297-5084 7 pee king s z bdrm. Juvenile Merchandise bdrm, upright piano. 11 pee BEDRO OM S E T -G IR L S dining rm set, outdoor set. Country Oak Four Poster Twin 908-364-2055 leave message ARCADE Set. Beautiful. $675. B A S K E T B A L L GAME MC or Visa. 908-780-4816 $300. Cal^908-972-2525 BEDROOM -Drexel Exquisite- Assorted furniture available. oak, 6 pc. queen. $5,000. set Call 908-409-2656 A R C A D E G AM ES-For homes. for $1,275. Garden fum.-cast Pinball, video, pool, skeeball, iron $15 0 . C o ffee Table, jukes, more. New & recondi­ Queen Anne, drop leaf. $85. tioned. Fully warranted. Also Cedar closet $85. Cupid lamp D I N I N G R O O M - F re n c h place games at business loca­ $85., Cedar chest-Mahogany Provincial , 8 pees. $375. tions. T H E FUN H O U S E Queen Anne-best offer. Night BEDRO OM S ET - Bed, dress­ 609-371-9444 tables-pair solid cherry $125. er, night stand, armoire, $200. BASEBALL CARDS Clocks-chime & cuckoo $50.- S o fa , Lo veseat, Ottoman, $75. Violin-$125. Dulcimer- $250. End tables (3), $60. All investment type cards. Up $75. Carved Mahogany tables C ast iron lawn furn. (4), $100. to 60% off what dealers & more. Call 908-254-0179 charge. 908-679-5135 All good cond. 908-780-7029

A.H. FORMICA

RED BRICKS

MOVING SALE

049 Merchandise Wanted

048b Infants Juvenile items

048 General Merchandise

047 Furniture

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MOVING 4 Wylie Terr, (off Rte 9) Fri, Sat, Sun, 3/31, 4/1, 4/2, 9-5. Entire contents of home. Antiques, furn, household.

OLD BRIDGE 65 Brandywine Dr. (High Pointe, off 516 East.) Sat. 4/1, 9-4. Furn., bikes, housewares, lawn equip., patio umbrella, books, computers & more. O LD B R ID G E

MOVING SALE 24 Holly St. (off Piedmont or Gaub) Dining rm & kitchen tbls. Fri. 3/31. 8-3. Sat. 4/1, 8-1 only S A Y R E V IL L E

6 FAM ILIES 74 Washington Rd. Sat. & Sun. 4/1 & 4/2, 9-3. Baby clothes, toys & household.

THE INDEPENDENT, MARCH 29, 1995 6 5 060 Garage Sales

063b Tutoring

063b Tutoring

A R E YO U F R U S T R A T E D because you can’t help your child with math? I can! Alge­ bra, geomety, all levels. 14 Tiby Place (Deans Lane & yrs. exp. 908-613-9225 Georges Rd.) Sat. 4/1. 9-3. SO U TH BRU N SW ICK

4 FAMILIES

BIO/CHEM/PHYSICS/MATH

SPO TSW O O D

Experienced & Licensed Your Home. 908-780-4428

ESTATE SALE 456 AD IRO ND ACK A V E. (Old Stage Rd.) Fri. Mar. 31, noon-5, Sat. Apr. 1, 9-5 & Sun. Apr. 2, 10-5.

062 Flea Markets Bazaars

CHEMISTRY/BIOLOGY Experienced Teacher Call 908-238-0652

ADOPTION-Bill & Kathy wish to bring newborn into their lives for trips to the shore, vis­ iting zoo, building snowmen, ju m p in g in le a v e s . C a ll 1-800-282-1313. S PAN ISH /FREN CH : In your home. Lie. exp. Will raise ADOPTION-Our son’s birthgrades now! 908-591-0732 mother is thankful we were

S .A .T . Verbal, Reading Spe­ cialist, Special Ed Specialist, English all levels, Math. Rea­ sonable. Sue, 908-257-2777

T U T O R , C ER T IFIED -K -8. ALL subj.-spec. in reading/math Improve grades w/out stress Call 908-462-3942

064 Lost & Found

COMPUTER TUTORING

AS A PUBLIC SERVICE WE WILL PUBLISH A 4 LINE AD FOR 2 WEEKS AT NO COST TO THE PERSON W HO CALLS ABOUT A FOUND ITEM 1-800-660-4ADS

HEBREW TUTOR

FOUND KEYS

Bar & Bat Mitzvah Prep Kelli Richman 908-536-2914

On Clark St. South River. On M e rit lo c k . P le a s e c a ll 908-254-9161

HIGH SCH O O L Supervisor of­ fers Math/SAT tutoring. Free­ LO ST-GO LDEN R E T R IE V E R . hold area. 908-431-8333 til 10 Vicinity of Allentown & Upper Freehold Twp. Call 609-259-7456/609-259-7228 HUNTINGTON

063 Instruction F E L IC IA ’S SCH O O L O F P IA N O . P riva te le sso n s. $12./V2hr. Call 908-525-9286

LEARNING CENTER

Individual tutoring in Reading, Study Skills, Writing, Phonics, Spelling, Math and S A T prep. Certified teachers. Cali Middletown 1,000’s of Instructional & edu­ Freehold cational videos. 908-972-3244 908-431-5400 908-671-0200

065 Pets & Animals

FREE CATALOG

PIANO & ORGAN LE S S O N S State certified, Julliard trained. 20 yrs. exp. 908-264-1093

PIANO & VOICE your Home Teacher & Author-N.Y. & N.J P rod ig y-Juilliard . Expert-all levels. Call 908-679-0933

SEWING CLASSES Spanish O K. 908-462-2023

STUDIO 6 3

DOGS- $100. bill buys any pup in 1 Pup Pen. Open April 1, 2 & 3. Hours 10-5. K-8+ A L G E B R A - C e r t i f i e d Great selection of pups. J .P teacher. Learning Center E x ­ O’Neill Kennels perienced. Call 908-603-8908 U .S . Hwy. 1 Princeton, N .J. MATH • GEOMETRY 1/4 mile So. Alexander Road

ALGEBRA I & II Chemistry & Physics High School Level 908-972-0769, 908-238-3194 MATH & SPAN ISH TU TO R A V A ILA B LE for A LL L E V E L S C A LL 908-446-1669

There is a difference

MUSIC Professional Instruction 63 Milltown Rd. E . Brunswick 908-257-8637

MATH Tutor-college teacher All levels-quality lessons! New SA T. E .B . area. 908-238-3042

DON'T K EN N EL YO U R P E T In home care for your furry friends. Vet refs 908-431-0889

FREE CATS 1 yr. old males. Neutered & shots. Moving must find good home. 908-431-5641

INVISIBLE FENCING

Canine containment specialist MATH TU TO RIN G - Certified For more information & a free teachers. Algebra, Geometry, brochure pack. 908-946-3232 VOICE/PIANO- Cert, teacher/ Trig, S A T , etc. 908-536-1670 YELLOW LABRADOR p erfo rm er. H a n d ic a p p e d wel­ MATH-Reading Remediation- 7 month old, female, all shots come. 908-739-0429 Specializing in the slow learn­ & papers. Housebroken & er. Donna Fox. 908-536-6181. crate trained. $500. Serious only. Call 908-679-7619

063a Schools

brought together by love for a child. We wish to adopt again. Let’s help each other. Find out about Colleen & Bruce 1-800-801-1313 CALL FOR YOUR DATE NOW'.

CH EM ISTRY/M A TH /PH YSICS by exp. PhD, mainly H S & college leyef. 908-972-0084

V EN D O R S WANTED-Outdoor In your home or my Sayreville Spring boutique & Craft fair. office. Friendly, relaxed at­ 4/30. Parlin 908-727-9308 mosphere. Beginners w el­ come. Affordable. Call & leave message at 908-651 -2255

INSTRUCTION

066 Personals

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1-900-726-0033 Ext 1433 $2.99min. Must be .18 yr old New Stratergy Inc. Ste 1 2916 N. 35th Ave. Phoenix, AZ 602-957-3747

DIET 30/30 MAGIC! • Weight Lose • Nutrition • ANTI-AGING SKIN C A R E A S E A S Y A S ABC! All natural, 100% guaranteed. Call 908-303-8842

ELECTROLYSIS

LIVE TALK O N E ON O N E -C a ll now 1 -900-388-6000 ext. 5059 $3.99 per min. Must be 18 ProCall 602-954-7420 35th Ave. Phonex AZ MATCH & WIN- Professionals seeking other professionals. 1-900-726-0033, ext 3115 $2.99 per min, 18+. Procall Co. 35th Ave Phoenix Az. 602-954-7420

MEET NEW PEOPLE THE FUN WAY..TODAY 1-900-726-0033 Ext. 5109 $2.99 per min. Must be 18 yrs Procall Co. 35th Ave. Phoenix AZ 602-954-7420

MEET NEW PEOPLE T H E FUN W AY TO DAY 1-900-726-0033 ext. 1425. $2.99 per min. Must be 18 yrs. Procall Co. 35th Ave, Phoenix Az. 602-954-7420

SAT 066 Personals Use your VISA or MASTER CARD to pay for your Classified Ad 1-800-660-4ADS

HOWTO PUBLISH A NOVENA If you wish to publish a Novcna in Greater Media Newspapers, you may use the coupon below or call

1-800-660-4ADS Your prayer will b e published in cm n ew sp ap er in y o u r com m unity.

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Police Use Psychics FIND O U T ABOUT T H E IR G IF T E D PO W ER S 1-900-776-900 Ext. 6175 $3.99 min. Must be 18 yrs. Procall Co. 602-954-7420 35th Ave. Phoenix, AZ

LIVE PSYCHICS 1 ON 1 1-900-656-5000, Ext. 4918 $3.99/min. Must be 18 years Procall Co. 35th Ave. Phoenix Az. (602) 954-7420_________

Prayer to St. Jude OhHolySi Jude ApostleandMartyr, great mvirtue andrich inmiracles, nearKinsmanol JesusChrist, taithtul intercessor of all who invoke your special patronagemtimeof need, to you I have recoursetromthe depth of myheartandhumoiybegtowhom God has given such great power to come tomy assistance Helpme in my present and urgent petition In return l promisetomateyout name knownandcauseyoutobeinvoked Say three Our Fathers three Hail Marys andGlorias Publicationmust bepromised St Judeprayfor usall who invoke your aid fcmen. TMs Novenahas never beenknowntofail ThisNovenamust besaidfor 9consecutwedays L.M.F. Thanks

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★ Gam es ★ Music ★ Fun & Much More! 908-536-6936 A B EA D Stringing or Sterling Silver Jewelry Making P A R T Y , for kids. Call 908-446-7930

A BIG DEAL! The $250. Party Radio Active Disc Jockeys

1-800-727-D J4U A “C L A S S " CLOW N

TICKLES

DJ ADAM

PUPPET SHOW S Invite Granny’s Magic Cottage to your Birthday Party. The Puppet Lady 908-657-2074

DJ ANY OCCASION/CLUB P H IL

D J PA UL

908-727-1205 908-536-2435

IN TH E GROOVE The Most Sensational Party D J Entertainment Around

CALL CLASSIFIED!

You name it. I’ll spin it!

DJ’S WITH PIZZAZZ Call 1-800-295-4626 DJ-GOOD VIBRATIO N S Robust personality-any occas ion-reasonable. 908-298-0060

And His Wonderful World Of

★ M A G IC S 1ST C HOICE DJs For all Occasions SOUND PR O A S S O C IA T E S 908-257-7880

KARAOKE SING-A-LONG 908-530-7834

MAGIC AT ITS BEST Live Animals & More Bruce Bray 1-800-491-2729

ONE MAN BAND

All types of entertainment. Available for all occasions. Call Now 908-238-9363

Light Ja zz, Boogie, Blues, Big Band, Latin, Etc. Call Mel Sahner 609-395-9004

Weddings, Birthdays, 16’s, Grads., etc. 908-406-0288

AN EXOTIC DANCER Bachelor/Brithday parties All N J . - 908-255-9080

P l e a s e re tu rn fo rm w ith c h e c k o r m o n e y o rd e r fo r $ 2 9 .0 0 p a y a b le to G r e a t e r M e d ia N e w s p a p e r s .

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Say three Our Fathers, three Hail Marys and Glorias. Publication must be promised. St. Jude pray for us all who invoke your aid. Amen. This Novena has never been known to fail. This Novena must be said for 9 con­ secutive days.

Thanks.

S .L .A .

BONABINI T H E CLOWN Will brighten your child’s special day. 908-723-9244

PARTY FUN Just for the FUN of It Animal Moon-Walks C lassic Moon-Walks Circus Cotton Candy H ig h S trik e r Challenge Pre Schooler Ball Crawls E asy Dunker Dunk Tanks

908-723-1234 Galaxy Entertainment

BUBBLES the CLOWN

PONIES Are A+ Fun FO R AN Y G E T T O G E T H E R D E C O R A T ED & FRIEN D LY by Pretty Pony 908-446-6474

Grams/Parties 908-462-0308 CAPTAIN M ETRO

DJ’S ★ BANDS 908-985-7577, 908-390-7949

068 Photography PA UL’S PH O TO G RAPHY ★ W EDDIN GS ★ HOME P O R T R A IT S ★ REUN ION S Call Paul R . Evans 908-787-1776 PH O TO S by Frank Genua Weddings-Candid-Portrait We Do Video Recording Call 908-254-2560

PHOTOS by O. John Reed Weddings/Special Occasions Candid Portraits In Home Call 908-264-0377

C A R I C A T U R E S - A II Occasions-Free Sign In Board and Brochures. 201-837-7780

C ASINO PARTIES • Blackjack, Roulette, Craps • Professional Service • Casino Quality Equipment Deals On Wheels 908-367-1125

CELEBRATION ENTERTAINMENT D J’s Also Video Taping Joe Fortunato 908-721-0892

CHILDREN’S PARTIES Clown or Comedy Magic

Discount for Weekdays

ENTERTAINMENT

Professional entertainer. Refs. • Balloons • Face Paintings Magic & A Live Bunny JIM BO 908-297-1369

CLOWN AROUND 069 Entertainment

A BAND? A DJ?

with LE E N I. Children’s parties. C all 908-536-8727 “DANCE MAN” - D .J. GOOD dance music makes th e a f f a i r . A f f o r d a b l e . 908-297-4254

K A R A O K E ? 908-727-9010

★ ACCENT ON ★ ENTERTAINMENT

DISC JAKEY Prices start at $250. 908-238-4306

C A L L IG R A P H Y & M O R E

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CALLIG RAPHY By Hand or Computer Choices To Fit: Every Budget CaU Suze 908-364-3136

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HERE" TO t o SERVE Be a guest at y our own party! Licensed Barte nders/Servers Call Edwina at 908-257-1934

PARTY DOLL ROOM Nails, Hair, M ake-up, Pizza. Soda in Private Setting of Hair S a lo n . B I R T H D A Y G I R L F R E E ! Call 908 671-9111

PARTY ROOM AVAILABLE Sweet 16’s. Anniversaries Special Birthdays, Etc. 50-200 People Kitchen Facilities Tables & Chaird Included Holiday Club §08-446-7075

VIDEO TAPING Weddings, Bar/Bat Mitzvah, Birthdays, etc. 908-972-1145

069b Tickets A L L A M E R lC A N -Z e p p e lin , REM , Tom Petty, Dead, Black Crows. 800-669f0571

Magnets • Key Tags • Frames Bar/Bat Mitzvahs • All Events Celebrity Photos 215-639-STAR

Magic, balloons 908-446-3131

BUNNY/OTHERS $40.+

069a Party Planning

Any Occasion. 908-536-6936

A-1 ENTERTAINMENT

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A-1 Magicians, Clowns, D J’s & Much More! Call Now 908-238-9363

SINGING TELEGRAMS Custom Roasts - Funny/Sweet All occasions. 908-972-3366

ALL OCCASIONS Reasonable 908-238-6596

D O U BLE/D ARE P A R T IE S Cali 908-888-4433

Interactive show w/puppets songs & crafts. 908-254-9389

ANY OCCjASSION Surprise Someone Today! Call Mary 908-888-1468

T H E A T E R IM PRO V -M YTH S ST O R YT IM E. Local Commo­ tion Rep at 908-583-3984

GENE MACHINE

A STORYTIM E

SINGING TELEGRAMS

DJ TO GO

C A TC H Y CLOW N

Call 908-297-1369

067 Psychics

’3.99 Per. Min./Must Be 18+

908-238-7854

Oh Holy St. Jude, Apostle and Martyr, great in virtue and rich in miracles, near Kinsman ot Jesus Christ, faithful intercessor of all who invoke your special patronage in time of need, to you I have recourse from the depth of my heart and humbly beg to whom God has given such great p o w e r to come to my assistance. Help me In my present and urgent petition. In return, I promise to make your name known and cause you to be invoked.

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A BARNIE, MICKY MOUSE, CLOWN, POWER RANGERS

069 Entertainment

Specializing in Mitzvahs & All Other Occassions N .J.’s Hottest Show For Less! Party Patrol 908-382-0216

PARTY MUSIC MAKE DECISIONS PICKLES The Clown K EY B O A R D V O CA LIST Dance, Cocktail, Sing-A-Longs, WITH Call 908-787-7418 eves. Weddings, Anniversaries, CONFIDENCE!!! BELLY DANCER Birthdays. Judy 908-431-1286 H ELEN A for a profes­ PHOTO FAVORS 1-900-776-9000 Call sional, tasteful, fun show! Les­ Pose with a Celebrity sons too! 908-390-9177 EXT. 7775 & Custom Theme Photos

Levels K-9, S A T Prep. Lie. Teacher. 908-679-3616

P rivate se s s io n s in your 1-800-342-1110 908-308-0222 home. Experienced staff di­ rected by the College Board’s INTERNET TRAINING S A T Software author. We use Individual & Companies only real tests. Top score Mid-Atlantic Training gains for 15 years. Score At Call for info. 908-613-8093 the Top! 800-877-8005

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069 Entertainment

★ BALLOON ANIMALS ★ ★ F A C E PAINTING ★

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T h e re are sin g les waiting to hear from you. Call and browse their phone greetings or check the Meet Your Match Personals P a g e . C a ll c o s ts $ 1 . 9 5 p er minute. Must be 18 or over. To place your F R E E “Meet Your Match Ad" call 1-800-454-9100 Greater MadiaNewspapers Meet Your Match 7 EdgeboroRoad East Brunswick, NJ 08816

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Individuals & Businesses

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PONIES ARE US Special ponies for special parties. Also a horse drawn wagon ride through your neighborhood. A petting ZOO too! Jan & Bob 908-928-3597

PONIES by HAPPY TRAILS Decorated & gentle for all occasions. Call 908-251-4240

★ PRETTY ★ ★ PARTIES ★ ★ B EA U T IF U L M A K EO V ER S ★ N AILS, HAIR, M AKEUP ★ M USIC, G A M ES, FA V O R S ★ B EA U T Y C O N T E S T S ... and MORE!!! Memories are made with... Pretty Parties 908-257-6327

PEOPLE PLEASERS PARTIES O ve r 6 0 C o stu m e d C h a ra c te rs

New Packages fo r 199 5 M O O N W A LK S P E C I A L S Rides, Camevals and Interactive Sports Entertainment For All Ages C a ll f o r In fo r m a t io n a n d F re e B ro c h u re

908-727-4342

SERVICE DIRECTORY 070a Appliance Repair DAVE’S Appliance Service Refrigerator & all major appli­ ance repair & installations. Call 908-363-3356

HAZLET APPLIANCES Repair of all G as & Electric Appliances. Very Reasonable! We also sell Used Appliances. 908-739-0699, 800-559-9103

071 Building & Remodeling don -w e l l construction “Large or small we do it all” 35 yrs. carpentry experience. Fully insured. Free estimates. Call Rollie 9Q8-297-4208

LEVEL B U ILDER S Custom Homes, Additions, Improvements, Repairs. Free Est. Insured. 908-679-8957

072 Carpentry D E C K S , Addition!is, Kitchens & Bathrooms. S & R Home Improvements... 908-679-2291 IM PERIA L IM PRO VEM EN TS Custom Cabinets, Refacing Counter Tops* Bedrooms Wall Units, Antique Repairs 908-363-5297/908-308-4467

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072 Carpentry KEN’S CARPENTRY W a lls , d o o rs , c e ilin g s , trim . No o b too s m a ll. F r e e e s t . 2 0 yrs. exp. 9 0 8 - 7 3 9 - 1 3 5 0

REPLACMENT DOORS INSTALLED

076 Cleaning Domestic

078 Electrical

C L E A N IN G D O N E B Y ID A R E S ID E N T I A L / C O M M E R C I A L R E A S O N A B L E . 908-2 6 4-6 2 6 6

CLEANSWEEP

E x te rio r/In te rio r S to rm s Y o u B u y fro m D is o u n t S t o re s I’ll in s ta ll. F u lly In s . R e f s . C a ll J im 9 0 8 - 3 6 4 - 6 7 2 3

H O U S E C L E A N IN G S E R V I C E R e a s o n a b le . T h o ro u g h . D e ­ p e n d a b le . We c le a n your h o u s e th e w a y y o u w o u ld if y o u h a d th e tim e . F R E E e s t i­ m a te s . R e fs . 9 0 8 -5 8 3-9 6 1 7

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TLC H o m e Im p ro v e m e n t/R e p a irs F r e e e s t ., in s . 9 0 8 - 2 5 1 - 9 4 5 0

R e s id e n tia l/O ffic e C le a n in g T r y u s , w e p le a s e e v e n th e m o st fin ic k y o f c u s t o m e r s . C a ll 9 0 8 - 8 7 2 - 1 4 8 3 H A V E Y O U R H O M E C L E A N E D by so m e o n e w ho c a r e s . M a n y r e fe r e n c e s . N o r u s h jo b s . 9 0 8 - 5 2 8 -8 3 5 1

073 Carpet Cleaning

HILLS RESIDENTIAL

CARPET & UPHOLSTERY

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S c o t c h G u a r d a v a ila b le . W h o le h o u s e s p e c ia l $ 9 9 . F r e e E s t . 9 0 8 -4 2 4 -2 1 6 1

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Satisfaction Guaranteed

074 Carpet Install Repair/Sale A.J. CARPET DESIGNS I n s t a lle d / R e p a ir s / R e la y / S a le s / R e s tre tc h e s . 9 0 8 -5 3 6-4 7 0 3 C A R P E T O u tle t, A ll B r a n d s . B u y d ir e c t/ s a v e . E x p e rt in sta ll. S h o p at hom e 908 -4 3 1-2 4 5 8

C A R P ET REPAIRS W e D o T h e F o llo w in g : R e -s tre tc h in g Pet Dam age B u rn M a rk s N o is y F lo o r s D o o rw a y s R e la y U s e d C a r p e t S A M E D A Y S E R V IC E '

908-679-6031 J I M ’S C A R P E T IN S T A L L A T IO N S a le s , c le a n in g , re -la y s, re -s t r e t c h e s a n d r e p a irs . C a ll 9 0 8 - 4 9 5 - 9 4 8 3

THE CARPET DOCTOR In s ta lla tio n s , r e p a ir s , sh o p -a tho m e s a le s . 9 0 8 -5 4 2-1 9 8 7

075 Ceramic Tile Repair/Install A B A T H R O O M S P E C IA L IS T M a k e s s h o w e r tile r e p a ir s , re ­ g ro u ts, r e c a u lk s , re m o v e s s o a p s c u m & s t a in s . F r e e e s t i­ m a t e s & w ritte n g u a ra n te e . C a ll H O M E T O W N T I L E 9 0 8 - 8 6 6 - 9 7 1 8 , 8 0 0 - 3 7 6 - T IL E A C U S T O M C E R A M I C T ilin g N e w in sta lla tio n , re p a ir s , re m o d e lin g . F r e e e s t im a t e s . Jo h n C h e rry 9 0 8 -2 9 0-9 0 8 6

ACE TILE W e d o k it c h e n s , b a th ro o m s , fo y e r s , b a c k s p a s h e s . F r e e e s ­ tim a te c a ll 9 0 8 - 2 1 4 - 0 1 4 8

AFFORDABLE Ceramic Tile In s ta ll $ 2 .7 5 + s q . f t ..F r e e e s t. 9 0 8 -5 3 6-1 0 0 5 908-3 9 0-8 2 3 3 A L L T Y P E S o f C e r a m ic T ile C o m p le te B a t h rm s / K it ./ F o y e r s . R o n S tu rm a n 9 0 8 - 2 5 5 - 1 3 8 8 C E R A M I C T ilin g , S p e c ia liz in g in b a th ro o m s . R e p a ir o ld o r in s ta ll n e w . L o w e s t p r ic e s . C a ll P e r r y 9 0 8 - 9 2 8 - 4 4 2 7

JOHN’S Ceramic Tile R E M O D E L IN G & R E P A IR S B a th ro o m s , F o y e r s , K itc h e n * O v e r 2 5 y e a r s e x p e r ie n c e . F R E E E S T I M A T E S . C a ll 90 8 -8 2 6-2 9 8 4 • 9 0 8-324-7983 M A R B L E / G r a n it e / C e r a m ic T ile Bathro o m ren ovatio ns & repairs P r o f’l. w o rk a t r e a s o n a b le r a t e s . O v e r 1 5 yrs. e x p . F r e e e s t . C a ll 9 0 8 - 4 4 6 - 9 2 1 2

WALTER AYERS C o m p le te b a th ro o m re m o d e l­ in g . K it c h e n flo o rs , b a c k s p la s h , fo y e rs . 9 0 8 - 5 0 5 - 6 5 6 4

076 Cleaning Domestic A + H O U S E C L E A N IN G T ru s t w o r t h y , h a rd w o rk in g , r e ­ lia b le w o m a n w /p ro fe ss io n a l e x p . & r e fs . 9 0 8 -2 9 0 -1 7 9 1

ABSOLUTELY SPOTLESS H o m e C le a n in g P r o f e s s io n a ls E x p . V R e lia b le V T h o ro u g h F u lly In s u r e d & B o n d e d F r e e E s t . C a ll 9 0 8 - 4 3 1 - 9 0 9 9

908-9 2 8-2 7 1 4

HOME BRIGHTENERS H O U S E C L E A N IN G R e a s o n a b le r a t e s R e lia b le C a ll J a n e 9 0 8 - 5 8 3 - 9 3 8 7

HOUSE CLEANER C a ll

& ask fo r 9 08-354-3072

E lm a

HOUSE/OFFICE L o w r a t e s . R e lia b le , g o o d re fs . S a n d ra . 908-3 9 0-9 1 9 3

P-U-R-R-F-E-C-T-L-Y CLEAN H O M E C L E A N IN G A T IT S V E R Y B E S T . 908-2 5 7-8 4 6 3

WHITE GLOVE CLEAN

STEPHEN RODRIGUEZ F & R Home Improvement E L E C T R IC A L C O N T R A C T O R F r e e e s t . N o jo b s too s m a ll. L IC # 1 2 2 2 9 . 908-6 7 9-9 4 6 5 U N I V E R S A L E L E C T R I C C o n t. In s u re d & L ic e n s e d # 8 4 7 8 NO JO B TO O SM A LL 2 4 h r S e n / ic e . 9 08-283-2682

079b Fencing MIKE’S FENCE CO.

D RYW A LL S P E C IA L IS T S h e e t r o c k , ta p e , p o p co rn c e il­ in g s . F r e e e s t . 8 0 0 - 2 9 0 - 0 2 8 0

PERFECTION S P E C I A L I Z I N G IN ; c u sto m d ryw a ll/ta p in g /fin ish in g C a ll 9 0 8 - 4 4 6 - 6 8 2 8

SHEETROCK & TAPING S p e c ia liz in g in s m a ll jo b s F r e e E stim a te s. 1-800-640-3969

TAPING F in is h in g , s h e e t r o c k . S m a ll r e p a ir s o k a y . 9 0 8 - 5 6 6 - 8 0 6 0

A M P C O E L E C T R I C IN C . - A ll E le c t r ic a l r e p a irs /in s ta lla tio n s B u r g la r a la r m s . L ic .# 8 9 7 7 A F r e e E s t im a t e s . 9 0 8 - 7 3 9 - 8 7 9 7 B E S T E L E C T R IC L ie . N o. 6 2 7 3 . F a s t d e p e n d ­ a b le s e rv ic e . R e a s o n a b le r a t e s . F r e e e s t . 9 0 8 -6 7 1 -0 1 2 1

CRAWFORD ELECTRIC 9 0 8 - 9 2 8 - 4 3 0 0 L ic .# 1 1 3 2 5 L o w p r ic e s o n r e c e s s e d lig h ts, o u ts id e lig h ts, o u tle ts , s e r v ic e u p g ra d e s & tro u b le c a lls . D E P E N D A B L E E le c t r ic C o . L ie . # 5 1 5 1 . C o m p le te s e r v ic e . F r e e E s t im a t e s . 9 0 8 - 7 3 8 - 7 0 7 0

G.C.P. ELECTRIC O u r p r ic e s w o n ’t e le c trify yo u ! 9 0 8 - 5 9 1 - 0 9 6 6 L ie .# 1 2 8 4 9 J B S E L E C T R I C - A /C lin e s & p o o ls . C e ilin g & a ttic fa n s . R e a s o n a b le . L ie . #11363. 9 0 8 - 8 8 8 - 8 2 9 8 F r e e e s tim a te .

C H A IN L I N K & W O O D F r e e e s t im a t e s . F u lly in s u re d . C a ll 9 0 8 - 2 3 8 - 9 1 2 3

079c Floor Finishing

CUSTOM WOOD F L O O R IN G S a n d e d , s t a in e d , b le a c h e d & f i n is h e d . T h ir d g e n e r a t io n c ra fts m a n . D ecks re d o n e . F r e e e s t im a t e s . 9 0 8 - 5 7 7 - 0 4 4 7 F L O O R S C le a n e d & W a x e d S t ill in b u s in e s s a fte r 4 0 y e a r s . S a m D e lin F lo o r W a x ­ ing. C a ll fo r fre e e s tim a te 908-5 6 6-8 6 9 0

HARDWOOD FLOORS S a n d e d . F in is h e d . In s ta lle d D e c k s S a n d e d & R e fin is h e d . T o m 908-2 3 8-4 8 7 9 S C R A P I N G & R E F I N IS H I N G H a rd w o o d F lo o r s . R e p a irin g / in sta llin g . O v e r 3 0 y r s . e x p . G u a ra n te e d . 9 0 8 -2 2 2-8 9 3 5 W A D E’S H A RD W O O D F L O O R I N G - In s t a ll a t io n s , s a n d in g , re fin is h in g . Q u a lity w o rk a t r e a s o n a b le p r ic e s . C a ll 9 0 8 - 7 8 7 - 5 8 2 9

WOOD FLOORS • IN S T A L L E D • SA N D ED • S T A IN E D • F IN I S H E D • R E P A IR E D F r e e E s t ....9 0 8 - 4 3 1 - 3 1 2 6

080 Gutters G U T T E R C le a n in g & R e p a ir s F R E E E S T IM A T E S C a ll J o h n 9 0 8 - 2 5 1 - 0 8 9 3

In s ta lle d o r D ro p p e d O ff b y 3 L A llu m in iu m 9 0 8 -4 4 6-9 0 2 7 • 908-4 4 6-9 5 9 4

080a Handy Persons

A-1 MR. FIX IT A ll ty p e s o f h o m e re p a ir s . A p p lia n c e s to c a rp e n try . 1 0 % s e n io r d is c o u n t. 9 0 8 - 7 2 7 - 2 7 6 2 A L E X R U G G I E R O ’S H o m e R e p a ir & Im p ro v e m e n ts F r e e E s tim a te s / In s u r e d F o r Q u a lity & E c o n o m y C a ll 9 0 8 - 7 8 0 - 6 9 2 0

ALL AROUND HANDYMAN A ll T y p e s of H o m e R e p a ir s / Im p ro v e m e n ts 9 0 8 -4 3 1 - 3 9 8 1 , 9 0 8 - 2 5 7 - 2 7 5 0

ALL CRAFT

ALL JOBS

RYAN ELECTRIC CO. F r e e E s t im a t e s . In s u re d . In d u stria l, C o m m e r c ia l, R e s id e n tia l. L ie . # 7 1 3 4 .

908-525-1011

SM A LL IN S T A L L A T I O N p a tie n t & c o s t 9 0 8-671-2047

HAN DYM AN - The H om e­ o w n e r's F r ie n d . A ll t y p e s o f hom e r e p a ir s . C a rp e n try , p a in tin g , e t c . 9 0 8 - 7 8 0 - 3 5 0 9 .

ALWAYS BLOOMING/ M S U IN C . E x p e rie n c e d G a r d e n e r F o r • S p rin g C le a n U p • P ru n in g • C u ttin g • L a n d s c a p in g 9 08-780-8794

ARBE LANDSCAPING T r e e s , S h r u b s , T o p s o il, F ill, M u lc h , S t o n e . A ll y o u r la n d ­ sca p e n eed s. B u lld o z e r & b a c k h o e w o rk . F u lly in s u re d . C a ll 9 0 8 - 7 2 1 - 7 1 4 2

A A A A L L P H A S E S - R e lia b le , q u a lity s e r v ic e . F r e e e s tim a te s F u lly in s u re d . 9 0 8 - 9 4 0 - 9 4 0 0 A D D IT IO N S - B a s e m e n ts, b a th ro o m s , k itc h e n s , d e c k s . J o b s big o r s m a ll w e d o th e m a ll! R e fe re n c e s , fr e e e s t. Q u a lity P lu s 9 0 8 -5 2 1 -2 4 9 1

ALL AROUND MAN S p e c ia liz in g in : P L U M B IN G P A IN T IN G & M A S O N R Y C a ll J o e P a lm a 9 0 8 - 9 7 2 - 7 5 0 8

AMC

ISLAND Remodeling ★ A d d itio n s, K it c h e n s ★ ★ B a t h s , C e r a m ic T ile ★ ★ C u s t o m d e c k s & c a r p e n tr y ^ ★ F re e E s t. 908-7 9 2-0 1 4 7 ★

• P a in tin g • R o o fin g • D e c k s • C e r a m ic T ile • C a r p e n tr y R e a s o n a b le R a t e s . F r e e E s t . C a ll Y a a c o v , 9 0 8 - 7 7 7 - 1 2 2 0

DON-WELL Construction “ L a r g e o r s m a ll w e d o it a ll” 3 5 y r s . c a r p e n tr y e x p e r ie n c e . F u lly in s u re d . F r e e e s t im a t e s . C a ll R o llie 9 0 8 - 2 9 7 - 4 2 0 8

• C e r a m ic tile -R e m o d e lin g • D e c k s 'F in is h in g b s m n ts . •S id in g -W in d o w s * D o o rs F r e e E s t . J e f f 9 0 8 -9 0 6 -6 4 5 1

R e m o v a l • P ru n in g • S tu m p s F r e e e s t . 9 0 8 -7 2 1 -8 6 7 1

BOB’S LANDSCAPING • C le a n u p • R e n o v a tio n • R oto tillin g • E d g in g • S h ru b T rim m in g • P la n tin g & • R e m o v a l • M u lch • S to n e • L a n d s c a p e L ig h tin g 9 0 8-462-1967

DOUBLE SHREDDED HARDWOOD MULCH W H O L E S A L E O N LY! 9 0 8-367-4418

EVEREST L A N D S C A P IN G m a t e r i a l s • S c re e n e d T o p S o il •M u lch * S to n e - T r e e s • S h r u b s * P o n d s * A n d M o re B u lld o z e r & B a c k h o e W o rk A FF O R D A B LE /D E P EN D A B LE P ic k u p o r D e liv e re d 9 0 8-521-3344

EVERGREENS 4-5 FEET W h ite P in e - n ic e full t r e e s $ 2 8 . F re e D el. Min. 10. 9 0 8-741-6940 T h o r p e s L a n d s c a p e D e s ig n F IR S T C H O IC E L A N D S C A P IN G LA W N S C U T-S ta rtin g at $ 25. La w n M aintenance La n d s ca p e R en o va tio n s La n d s c a p e Installation-Seed /Sod F re e E stim a te s 9 0 8-972-8309

GARDENING

080c Kitchen Cabinets

★LAWN MAINTENANCE* R E S ID E N T I A L - C O M M E R C I A L D E P L ie . # 9 6 0 2 8 - In s u re d ★ Q u a lity & D e p e n d a b ility ★ C a ll 9 0 8 -6 7 9 -7 2 2 1 fo r $ a v in g s & In c e n t iv e s fo r a ll clie n te le ! IF Y O U C A N T C U T IT W E C A N

9 08-872-2900

IS YOUR STUMP A PAIN IN THE GRASS? T re e /stu m p r e m o v a l. “Ju st S t u m p s ” . F r e e e s t . F u lly in s . C a ll 2 4 h rs . 9 0 8 - 6 3 4 - 1 3 1 8

JOHN’S Tree Service • T rim m in g • R e m o v a l • C a b lin g • S n o w R e m o v a l F u lly in s u re d . 9 0 8 - 3 7 0 - 9 3 0 2

LAWN MAINTENANCE NO CO U PO N S! N O G IM M IC K S !! J u s t Q u a lity S e r v ic e A t A F a ir P r ic e LA R S O N S E R V IC E S 908-5 3 6-2 6 1 3

F re e e s t. 9 0 8-566-7757

LAWNS CUT S p rin g C le a n U p s F r e e E s t . 9 0 8 -7 2 1 -8 6 7 1 L O U ’S L A W N M A IN T E N A N C E A e ra tin g , th a tc h in g , m o w in g , trim s h r u b s . 9 0 8 - 2 6 4 - 6 7 3 9

MACK Lawn & Landscape W E E K L Y M A IN T E N A N C E R E A S O N A B L E , R E L IA B L E SINCE 1 9 8 5 908 -2 7 0-3 5 9 6

MICHAEL’S LAWN SERVICE

C o u n te rto p s 8 0 0 -5 4 8 -3 2 5 1

• D a n g e r o u s L im b R e m o v a l • T r e e / S tu m p R e m o v a l • G u tte r/Y a rd C le a n in g • D e b r is H a u lin g F re e e s t. F u lly in s . 908-7 2 1-4 9 5 4 W E S H O W U P .

C o m p le te L a w n M a in te n a n c e C e r t . P e s t ic id e P r o g r a m s • A e ra tin g • C le a n u p s • L a w n C u ttin g • D e th a tc h in g F re e E s t. R e s/C o m m . L ic # 9 5 1 1 7 908-5 6 6-1 7 7 4 N E W C U S T O M E R S - S IG N U P NOW , 1ST C U T F R E E

MT TREE SERVICE

E X P E R IE N C E D

HANDYMEN C a r p e n t r y , M a s o n ry , P a in tin g . V e r y r e s p o n s ib le q u a lity w o rk . R e f s . C a ll B ill 9 0 8 - 4 9 5 - 7 5 4 3

A L P I N E L a w n & L a n d s c a p in g J a c k W a rn e r-O w n e r/O p e ra te d • C u ttin g • S p rin g C le a n u p s • M u lch • S h r u b s P ru n e d • S h ru b B e d w o r k -1 5 th Y e a r F r e e h o ld a r e a 9 0 8 - 9 2 8 - 1 7 5 8

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LAWNS CUT

by KITCHEN WIZARD

A BRANCH INSPECTION

X

15 A R E A -O N L Y C a ll 6 0 9 - 7 5 8 - 7 1 5 6

$25.

ROTOTILLING

• • • •

T r e e re m o v a l T rim m in g L o t C le a r in g S tu m p G rin d in g F u lly in s . 9 0 8 - 5 2 1 - 4 5 1 5

L I G H T M O V IN G & H A U L IN G P IC K U P T R U C K R e a s o n a b le & D e p e n d a b le C a ll 9 0 8 - 2 5 1 - 9 0 3 7

ROTOTILLING L a w n s & g a rd e n s . S p rin g , S u m m e r & F a ll. 9 0 8 - 2 5 1 - 7 8 4 3

REMOVAL

SPRING CLEANUPS SCHEDULE NOW!

A ttic s , B a s e m e n t s & D e b ris N o jo b too B IG R ic k 9 0 8 - 2 5 1 - 5 9 5 3

Howell/Freehold/Manalapanareas

SPRING CLEANING

Call 908-367-4418

H a u lin g & d e m o litio n . P ro m p t & re lia b le . L o w r a t e s . F r e e e s t im a t e s . C a ll 9 0 8 - 5 2 1 - 5 1 8 0

STUMPS & BRUSH

085 Odd Jobs Cleanups

R u d y 908 -2 5 1-5 9 5 3

TOM S TREE SERVICE W in te r r a t e s a v a ila b le . 1 2 y r s . e x p . F r e e e s t im a t e s . In s u r e d . C a ll 9 0 8 - 9 0 5 - 8 9 6 4

TREE SERVICE

★ AAA ★ A ffo rd a b le C le a n - u p s . W e t a k e a w a y a n y th in g . F re e e s t. 9 0 8 -2 6 4-2 5 2 0 A FFO RD A BLE C LE A N -U P S B a s e m e n t s , g a r a g e s , a ttic s , y a r d s a n d lig ht h a u lin g , a ls o R e a l E s t a t e s p e c ia ls . C a ll 9 0 8 - 6 0 7 - 0 5 6 7

F r e e e s t im a t e . F u lly in s u re d . 2 4 h r em e r. s v c . 908-323-0161 T R E E S - - A T rim m e d ^ R e m o v e d ★ S tu m p s G ro u n d ^ W o o d C h ip s R e a so n a b le R a te s C a ll 9 0 8 -2 5 7-1 4 1 6 A nytim e

A MAN & VAN FOR HIRE $ 3 0 /h r. o r 2 m e n fo r $ 4 5 /h r. C le a n o u t s • L ig h t M oving R u b b is h & D e b r is R e m o v a l 9 0 8 -4 5 8 -4 2 5 1 J o h n R u s k in C LEA N U PRem oval of b r a n c h e s , s h r u b s , old s h e d s , m e ta ls , a p p lia n c e s , w o o d , e tc . 908 -4 4 6-3 1 9 6

LA W N C A R E - C L E A N U P S SO D , S T O N E , M ULCH R E N O V A T IO N S G U T TE R S C LEA N ED M O N T H L Y W E E D IN G PA Y M EN T O N LY ON C O M P L E T IO N O F J O B 9 0 8 -5 3 6 -7 0 1 1 W E CARE!

I N T E R E S T E D IN H E A L T H & N U T R IT IO N ? T u r n th a t in ter­ e s t into a p a rt tim e c a r e e r . C a ll 9 0 8 - 5 3 6 - 8 5 1 3

WORLD CLASS LAWN Law n m a in t e n a n c e & tre e sp r a y in g . C a ll 9 0 8 - 7 8 0 - 2 7 1 7

082 Lawn Mower Repair

P & R CLEANUP G a r a g e & y a rd c le a n in g . E v e r y th in g ta k e n a w a y . R e a s , p r ic e . F r e e e s t . 9 0 8 -2 6 4 -7 4 7 6

086 Painting Wallpapering

083 Masonry/Paving O .

BRICK PAVER JOB D r iv e w a y s , P a t io s , C o n c r e te W o rk , R e ta in in g W a lls b y ....... D . P o w e r C o n s t . 9 0 8 -5 8 3 -2 2 9 7 CO RN ERSTO N E M ASO N RY • C o n c r e t e W o r k - B r ic k P a v e r s - M a il b o x e s • F ir e p la c e s - B r ic k F ro n ts • R e p a ir s • F o u n d a tio n s • A ll O t h e r P h a s e s o f M a s o n ry C a ll P e t e 9 0 8 - 9 7 2 - 0 9 3 3 D O N ’S C U S T O M M A S O N R Y F ir e p la c e s / P a t io s / F o u n d a t io n s F r e e e s t im a t e s . 9 0 8 - 2 5 1 - 4 3 5 2

FERNANDO MASON C o n c re te W o rk , F ir e p la c e s , B r ic k W o rk , N e w & R e p a ir s , P a v e r s , P a t io s . 9 0 8 - 4 4 6 - 5 8 7 7

JU S T C ONCRETE F R E E E S T IM A T E S C a ll 9 0 8 - 7 2 1 - 8 8 5 7

M A S O N w ill fix & r e p a ir s t e p s , s id e w a lk s & p la s te rin g . V e r y r e a s o n a b le . 9 0 8 - 9 8 8 - 0 0 2 9 M A SO N RY - N EW W O RK R E P A I R S . R e f s . A v a il. C a ll 9 0 8 - 2 5 4 - 0 6 4 3

STONE CRETE MASONRY A ll ty p e s o f m a s o n ry : D r iv e ­ w ays, p a t io s , s id e w a lk s , b lo c k s (s p e c ia liz in g in

STAMPED CONCRETE F r e e E s t . 6 0 9 -9 7 1 -5 1 5 1 908-2 8 8-0 5 5 5

P A P E R H A N G IN G P A IN T IN G - F A U X F I N I S H E S CU STO M C O LO R S B ill P a u ls o n - P .H .I. C e rtifie d

★ Call 908-750-4072 ★ D E C O R A T I V E F a u x P a in tin g S p o n g e ★ R a g ★ M a rb le K id ’s M u r a ls ★ 9 0 8 - 3 0 8 - 0 0 5 6

E.P. REFINISHING E L E C T R O S T A T I C P A IN T IN G H o m e A p p lia n c e s & O ffic e F u r n itu r e . C a ll 9 0 8 - 6 1 3 - 8 8 2 5

FINE PAINTING B Y KEN LA P S LE Y In te rio r & E x t e rio r F r e e e s t im a t e s . F u lly in s u re d . 908-787-7982

J & J Home Improvement P a in tin g -In te rio r/E x te rio r W a llp a p e r in g / F re e E s t im a t e s C a ll J e f f 9 0 8 -9 0 6 -6 4 5 1

JERRY’S ★ ★ ★ ★ M U L T I P L IE D ★ ★ ★ ★ P a p e r / A d h e s iv e R e m o v a l E X P E R T IN W A L L R E P A I R S T a p in g - S k im C o a tin g S a n d /P o p c o rn C e ilin g s P a in tin g /P a p e rh a n g in g S t a in in g /P o ly u ra th a n e R E S ID E N T I A L - C O M M E R C I A L A I R L E S S S P R A Y IN G / E M P T Y A P T . S P E C IA L S / C a ll fo r in f o . F re e E st. 1 -8 0 0 -8 9 2 -0 3 0 6 JO E JA Y P a in tin g & P a p e r h a n g in g 9 0 8 -2 5 1-4 6 2 3 / 9 0 8 -6 5 6-1 3 1 2

LERIO PAINTING P a in tin g , P la s te rin g , T a p in g , S h e e t r o c k , P a p e r h a n g in g . F r e e E s t im a t e s

908-390-8655

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10% DISCOUNT WITH THIS AD ONALL WORK

B.T. ELECTRIC

9 0 8 -4 4 6 -4 9 4 5

NEM CO E L E C T R IC C O . • • • • • •

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Service Upgrades & Repairs Ceiling & Attic Fans Outdoor Lighting & Wiring Bath Ventilators & Heaters Recessed & Track lig h ts Cable TV & Phone Lines

KITCHEN CABINETS STRIPPED

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9 0 8 -4 9 5 -3 4 8 4

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9 0 8 -2 9 0 -2 3 7 8

F ree Estim ates • Fully In su red

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C o n te m p ra D e s ig n s , In c . 9 0 8-57 7 -6 8 15

COM PLETE BATHRO O M R E M O D E L IN G ^ S ta r tin g A s L o w A s

^ ,6 5 0 . Up To 5\8‘

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10-40% O F F

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CERAMIC THE MARBLE & GRANITE

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• Professional Wallpapering • Interior &Exterior Painting • Home Improvement • Ceramic Tile Repair Call Greg

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908-780-9032

N e ig h b o r & Son

Paper Hanging Wallpaper Removal Painting Wall Repairs

70 RT. 33 Freehold ('/. mi West of Rt 9)

Established in 1969 Fully Insured

908-747-3845

L a n d s c a p in g

WALLPAPERING BY BESIEN

U n lim ite d

CERTIFIED BY TH E PAPEBHAN6IN6 INSTITUTE

CREATIVE LANDSCAPE DESIGNS

Residential • Commercial . DECKS • FERTILIZING . TIEWORK • WEED & PEST CONTROL • RETAININGWALLS • ROCK GARDENS • SHRUBS • STONE WORK 5 Step Lawn Maintenance Program

Installations • Discounted Sales >Wallcoverings >Interior Painting >Stenciling

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We Specialize in Quality & Service Fully Insured

9 0 8 -6 7 9 -9 5 0 0

(ServicingMarlboro, Manalapan, Matawan & SurroundingAreas)

F ree Estim ates

9 0 8 -5 8 3 - 9 6 0 5

J R C u s t o m L a n d s c a p in g In c . D e s ig n

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• Clean-ups • Sod • RR Tie Construction • Excavations • Stone Walls • Stone/Top Soil

1 -8 0 0 -3 0 0 -3 0 6 4 Fully Insured

Free Estimates

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RONALD KAPLO W ITZ

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087 Power Washing P A IN T IN G / W A L L P A P E R IN G

P A IN T IN G / W A L L P A P E R IN G

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1 -8 0 0 -6 4 0 -7 2 9 9

jUlSO U ITIi AFFORDABLE ’ PAINTING Exterior/lnterlor ‘ POWER WASHING ‘ WALLPAPERING *10“ & UP per single roll

908-545-7149 Free Estimates

RICHARD K. MOORE

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WALL I P R O F E S S IO N A L

PAPER HANGING 5 S T A R R A T IN G ★ ★ ★ ★ ★

POWER WASHING

Susan Greene

908-780-4457

HERB PLUMBING A ll P h a s e s o f P lu m b in g

9 0 8 4 6 2 -3 3 5 6 Sewer it Drain Cleaning Repairs & Renovations 24 Hour Emergency Service NoJob Too Small

908-972-7663

Free Estimates Fully Insured 9 0 8 -6 7 1 -9 1 5 0 or 9 0 8 -3 6 7 -6 4 4 6

sfJ.W .S. Custom Painting & Professional Paperhanging & Faux Finishes 10 yrs. exp. Fully Ins.

• w rltu s i« w r a M K ■On Tim* F K fa rm u iH

Over 40 Years Experience

Painting, Sheetrock Repair

Interior/Exterior

908-613-7120

CHARLES B. PA TTERSO N

REMOVAL

• Power Washing • General Carpentry

Owner Operated Insured Free Estimate

C r a fts m a n s h ip

908-308-0535

• Additions • Painting (Int./Ext.) • Decks • Power Washing • Basements • Repairs

W A LLPA PER

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• Interior/Exterior • Drywall ^ • Spackling

H O U SE WASHING

908-780-0318

Serving Our Area Over 20 Tears

J A C

Central Roofing & Siding

Custom Painted Designs on Walls and Accessories Faux Finishes Natalie Stein

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R aym ond P. Dobbin, Inc. ROOFING

Fantasy Finishes “TheW allpaperAlternative"

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908-308-1598

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Plumbing/Heating

& HEATING

Free Estimates Fully Insured

All types of: Roofing • Siding Repairs • Skylights Windows O w ner Operated Serving a ll o f N J .

9 0 8 -9 2 8 -4 8 8 8 F ree Estim ates F u lly Insured

D&J ROOFING (10x10)

P lu m b in g /H e a tin g . W a t e r H e a t e r s , B o ile r In s t a lla ­ t io n s . R e m o d e lin g . N J M a s t e r P lu m b e r s L ic e n s e # 5 3 2 5

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2 5 ye a r G A F S h in g le s IN C L U D E S : A ll L a b o r a n d M a t e r ia l C le a n G u t te rs , S e a l P ip e s a n d C h im n e y s C le a n u p a n d re m o v e all d e b ris F u lly In s u r e d • R e fs. A vail.

9 0 8 -23 8-2 945 BACSOKA Plumbing & Heating

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The Original

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Over 15 Years Experience

9 0 8 -4 3 1 * 9 2 9 1

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G.P.Pool

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• Liner Replacement Specialist • Major Pool Repairs •Expert LeakDetection •Pool Openings S Closings

908-367-7641

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K&M POOLS

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SPRING CLEAN-UP special es* a room WALLPAPERREMOVAL SPECIALISTS

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Repair • Liner Replacement Specialist • Quality Installations • Inground &Above • Affordable Prices •Openings* Closings CALL KEN

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908Fully -46Insured 2-9221 Absolute Best Service

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rstimates Serving You Over 20 Years

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MY POOL MAN INC. Jack Barsky Swimming Pool & Spa Openings & Closings Pool Supplies & Chemicals Delivered Weelcly Maintenance Program Expert Heater & Leak Detection, niter & Pump Repair & Liner Replacement

G. TAYLOR P L U M B IN G & H E A T I N G R e p a ir s • R e m o d e lin g • N e w C o n s tr u c tio n • W a t e r H e a t e r s • R e a s o n a b le • R e lia b le G a r y T a y lo r , P lu m b in g L i­ c e n s e # 5 8 7 7 . 9 0 8-251-5322

GARDEN STATE P L U M B IN G a n d H E A T IN G W ATER H EA TER S R E P A I R S & R E M O D E L IN G G EO R G E SAHUL JR . L ic e n s e # 5 5 6 8

90 8 -2 5 1 -5 6 6 0 TOM’S PLUMBING P lu m b in g & H e a tin g . W a t e r H e a t e r s , B o ile rs . A p p lia n c e s & G a s G r ills in s ta lle d . S m a ll jo b s O K . 7 d a y s e r v . N J P lu m b in g L ie . # 9 4 5 4 . 9 0 8 - 7 2 7 - 7 7 1 9

090 Printing

T - s h irt s , s w e a t s , ja c k e t s , h a ts , s ig n s , d e c a ls , v in y l le tte rin g . M IK E D O L L Y 9 0 8 - 2 9 4 - 8 9 7 9

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1 -8 0 0 6 6 0 -4 A D S

A L L R o o fin g & R e p a ir s S id in g & W in d o w s C a ll 9 0 8 - 6 7 9 - 0 0 9 6 R O C O N C o n tra c tin g -R o o fin g , S id in g , W in d o w s , D o o r s . A ll w o rk g u a r a n te e d . F r e e e s t . F u lly in s . 1 -8 0 0 -3 8 2 -8 0 0 2 R O O F IN G & R E P A IR S R e -ro o fin g s p e c ia lis t . M . N o la n 9 0 8 - 5 6 6 - 4 8 5 0 S & R R O O F I N G & S ID IN G W in d o w s , C a r p e n t r y . F u lly In s . F R E E E s t im a t e s 9 0 8 - 6 7 9 -2 2 9 1

VINYL SIDING

FURNI URE R E F IN IS H IN © R E P A I R R u s h in g C a n in g 9 0 8 - 9 3 8~ 4 0 6 4 u sto m m a d e . S L IP C O V E R S , Y o u r fa b r ic . Q U A IL I T Y W O R K , B I G S A V IN G S . 0 8 - 2 5 7 - 5 4 0 9 TELEPH O N E

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R e p a ir , J a c k s , W irin g 2 5 y r s . e x p . W /N Y N E X C a ll E d , 9 0 8 4 5 3 6 -2 4 7 7

094 Tailoring A L T E R A T IO N S - L e a th e rs, z ip p e r s , p a rty d r e s s s p e c ia lis t . R e fs . 9 0 8 -4 6 2-2 0 2 3 A L T E R A T I O N S - M e n /W o m e n . D R E S S M A K IN G . C u sto m B rid a l P a r t ie s . 9 Q 8 -4 4 6 -4 8 3 8

KAY’S CU STO M M ADE D R E S S E S W o m e n ’s / G ir ls ’- A lte ra tio n s B r id a l P a r t ie s 9 0 8 - 3 7 0 - 8 8 8 3

091 Roofing/Siding

CHAUFFEUR ALEX SMUTKO ROOFING SYNONYMOUS T a x e s a n d in fla tio n a r e h urtin g b oth o f u s . I n e e d yo u ,

Y o u r c a r o r m in e . A n y tim e , a n y w h e re . A ir p o r t s , N YC, P h ila ., e t c . F/t o r p/t. L o w r a t e s . C o n le y 9 0 8 - 4 4 9 - 2 0 1 9 O L Y M P IC A ir p o r t S h u t t le 2 6 d e p a r tu r e s to/from N e w a r k A irp o rt. $ 1 5 . F R O M H A Z L E T . $ 1 2 . F R O M W O O D B R ID G E . J F K & N Y C P ie r s , $ 2 5 . & u p . C a ll 1 -8 0 0 -8 2 2 -9 7 9 7

096a Window Treatm ents

B/L/l/N/D/S V e r t ic a ls , m in is , p le a t e d , w o o d . S a v e up to 8 0 % . F r e e In s ta lla tio n 9 0 8 - 9 7 5 - 9 8 7 8

CRAZY LOW CUSTOM CURTAINS SPRING PRICES!! L o w P r ic e s ..9 0 8 - 5 7 7 - 0 3 7 5 H a n d n a ilin g a t its b e s t. C a ll 9 0 8 -5 8 3-0 4 1 2 8 0 0 -7 9 4 -R O O F P LE A S E A SK FO R A LEX A N Y T IM E , A N Y W H E R E

THE ROOF DOCTOR S e a l s y o u r le a k s w h e n y o u n e e d p ro te c tio n th e m o st. R o o f r e p a ir s p e c ia lis t .

CALL 1-800-600-4ADS

GUTTER CLEANING F r e e e s t im a t e s . F u lly in s u re d . E v a n s M a in t. 1 -8 0 0 -3 0 3 -3 8 7 3

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908-780-2070

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E x p . & In s . .9 0 8 - 8 4 6 - 7 5 2 5

092 Special Services

T h e c o s t o f ro o fin g h a s sh o t th ru th e ro o f. B e a s m a r t c o n ­ s u m e r a n d s h o p a ro u n d th e n c a ll S m u tk o R o o fin g . Y e a r a fte r y e a r , p ro v e n to b e on top o f th e ro o fin g in d u s try .

BEE & BEE WINBOW CO.

908-727-2118

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YOU WILL SAVE " MONEY WITH ME.

W o o d, V in yl, A lum inu m

Bob Ziegler 16 Buchanan Ave. Parlin

R O O F IN G

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WINDOWS DOORS SIDING

A Family Business Since 1970

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UNBEATABLE RATES

R E P L A C E M E N T W IN D O W S 4 5 y r s . e x p . C a ll C h e t . F u lly in s . 9 0 8 - 7 9 3 - 7 2 6 9

A A A R O O F I N G & S ID IN G R e lia b le , Q u a lity S e r v ic e . F r e e E s t . F u lly In s . 9 0 8 - 9 4 0 - 9 4 0 0

In s u r e d

908-536-5936

Gerry Kurry Toll Free I » 8 0 0 * 5 4 2 ”0 1 4 5

N E W TANl

CARLIN ROOFING C O N S T R U C T IO N - R o o fs , v in y l s id in g , a ll r e p a ir s . F r e e e s t . In s u r e d . 9 0 8 - 4 5 8 - 5 6 1 9

C o m p le t e k itch e n /b a th re m o d ­ e lin g . W a t e r H e a t e r s . S e w e r & D r a in C le a n in g . R e a s o n a b le r a t e s . F r e e E s t im a t e s . L ic e n s e # 5 6 2 8 . W e d o it a ll.

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A D V A N C E P L U M B IN G & H E A T I N G IN C . S E W E R & D R A IN C L E A N IN G B o n d e d & In s . U c . # 1 0 1 2 8

ALAN BLACKBURN R e -ro o f •75 a sq u a re ^

A S C H R O O F I N G a n d S ID IN G • S e a m l e s s G u t t e r s • R e p a ir s F u lly In s u r e d . F r e e E s t im a t e s . 9 0 8 -2 3 8 - 4 4 6 3 / 9 0 8 - 2 5 7 - 6 9 6 5

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Call 908-727-5388

KENPERRYCONSTRUCTION Quality Without Question

NoJob Too Bigor Small 24 Hr. Emergency Service

E x te rio r/In te rio r P a in tin g 9 0 8 -3 9 0-0 1 0 3 908 -5 2 1-0 5 3 7

24hr Emergency Service

• Faucets • DrainCleaning • Boilers • HotWaterHeaters

P lu m b in g lic e n s e # 9 9 4 4 F r e e Est. E m e r g e n c y Svc.

ATA PO W ER C LEA N M em ber N J . B B B 1 -8 0 0 -7 9 4 -1 4 1 7

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M A D E in m y h o m e , d e s ig n e d in y o u r h o m e . R e a s o n a b le $ C a ll 9 0 8 - 3 0 8 - 9 3 8 4

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096b Window Washing

110 Autos for Sale C H E V Y C A P R IC E C L A S S IC ’9 2 -4 D r ., V , 2 2 ,0 0 0 m ile s , fu ll p o w e r, lo a d e d , e x c . c o n d . $ 1 0 ,5 0 0 . C a ll 9 0 8 - 5 9 1 - 2 3 1 9

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5 2 ,0 0 0 m ile s , lo a d e d , a d u lt o w n e d . $ 8 ,8 0 0 . 9 0 8 - 3 6 7 - 8 5 4 3 C H E V Y C O R V E T T E ’7 9 B lk ., g a r. k e p t, 4 4 ,0 0 0 o rig . m ile s . M u s t s e ll! $ 9 ,5 0 0 . o r b e s t o ffe r. W o n ’t la s t! C a ll 9 0 8 -5 4 5-5 1 4 9

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C H R Y S L E R L E B A R O N ’9 4 ­ 4 D r ., fu lly lo a d e d . E M E R A L D G REEN . A s k in g $ 1 2 ,5 0 0 ./ n e g o . C a ll 6 0 9 - 2 5 2 -0 0 2 1

105 Boats for Sale

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22’ G A LA X Y W A LK ARO UN D ’9 1 - F is h in g b o a t w /tra ile r. V , 6 0 g a l., g a s t a n k + e x t r a s . $ 1 0 ,5 0 0 . o r b e s t o ffe r. C a ll 9 0 8-545-5149

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L IN C O L N TO W N CAR ’8 5 M in t co n d itio n . H ig h w a y m ile s . $ 3 ,5 0 0 . o r b e s t o ffe r. C a ll a fte r pm 9 0 8 - 2 3 8 - 2 3 4 8

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'8 2 . N e w tir e s , lo a d e d . 5 1 ,0 0 0 o rig . m i. E x c . c o n d . $ 2 ,0 0 0 . C a ll 9 0 8 - 5 3 6 - 8 5 1 9

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N IS S A N S E N T R A ’94 T O Y O T A S U P R A ’88 ’9 4 -a /c , a u to , lik e n e w . 1 0 ,2 5 0 m ile s . $ 1 0 ,7 5 0 . C a ll 9 08-2 9 0-2 3 1 2

OLDS CALAIS ’89 M a n u a l, 2 d o o r., a ir , am /fm c a s s e t t e . 7 5 ,0 0 0 m ile s . E x c e l­ le n t co n d itio n . $ 4 ,0 0 0 . C a ll a fte r 7 p m 9 0 8 - 6 1 3 - 5 1 8 4

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PLYMOUTH HORIZON ’8 7 . A u to ., a m /fm . R u n s w e ll. 1 2 9 ,0 0 0 m i. $ 6 0 0 . o r b e s t o ffe r . 9 0 8 - 4 4 6 - 2 1 6 8

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P O N T IA C 6 0 0 0 '8 7 . 4 efoor. R u n s , o rig . o w n e r. N e e d s b o d y w o rk , e x h a u s t & o th e r m a in t e n a n c e . 5 6 ,0 0 0 m i. A s is . $ 1 ,0 0 0 . 9 0 8 - 5 9 1 - 2 1 5 6

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S E IZ E D C A R S FR O M $175. P o r s c h e s , C a d illa c s , C h e v y s , B M W ’s , C o rv e tte s . A ls o J e e p s , 4 W D ’s . Y o u r a r e a . T o ll fr e e 1 - 8 0 0 -8 9 8 -9 7 7 8 . E x t . A - 5 1 3 9 fo r c u rre n t lis tin g s . T O Y O T A C E L I C A S T ’9 3 ­ 4 c y l., 5 s p d ., p /s, p/b, a /c. p o w e r s u n ro o f, a m /fm c a s s ., exc. c o n d ., 3 0 ,0 0 0 m ile s . $ 1 2 ,5 0 0 . C a ll 9 0 8 - 9 4 0 - 0 4 6 0

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$ C A S H P A ID $ A ll m a k e s & m o d e ls . C a s h on th e S P O T . C a ll 9 0 8 - 4 7 7 - 6 8 4 6

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F O R D R A N G ER ’86 G r e y & b lu e w /3 2 ” tir e s . F u lly lo a d e d w /4 W D , A lp in e c a s s . player. 93,000 h w y . miles. M U S T S A C R I F I C E $ 4 ,5 0 0 . o r B e s t o ffe r. C a ll 9 0 8 - 7 2 7 - 0 7 8 9

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2 4 H O U R S E R V IC E T O P C A S H P R I C E S P A ID 908 -5 3 6-8 0 3 1 , 609-7 5 8-8 8 5 0

’9 1 -lo w m ile s , g o o d co n d itio n . 4 W D . A s k in g $ 1 1 ,9 9 9 . n e g o . C a ll 9 0 8 - 7 8 0 - 3 8 9 3

W A N T E D - R U N N IN G a n d R E P A IR A B L E C a rs & T ru c k s $ 1 0 0 . and U P . Ju n k C a rs R e m o v e d . 9 0 8 - 2 3 8 -9 4 8 1

P L Y M O U T H V O Y A G E R ’9 1 O n e o w n e r, a u to ., a /c , 7 p a s ­ s e n g e r , q u a d s e a tin g . $ 8 ,5 0 0 . or b e st o ffe r. C a ll 9 08-536-7132

V O LV O 740 TU RBO ’8 9 B lu e / le a th e r in t e r io r , exc. c o n d . L O A D E D , su n ro o f, p/d, p/w , a /c, s e a t w a r m e r s . A ll P o w e r , (a irb a g & A B S ) M u st s e e ! $ 9 ,8 0 0 . o r b e s t o ffe r. C a ll 9 0 8-972-6940

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SA TU R N SC2 ’93 M in t c o n d . B la c k . 5 s p d . A B S , a ir b a g , s p o ile r, a llo y w h e e ls , p /su n ro o f, a ir , c r u is e , p /s, p/w . p /dl, r/d ef, tilt, cd /a m /fm s t e r ­ e o , a la r m . M fg . w a r r : 2 6 ,0 0 0 m i. $ 1 3 ,3 0 0 . 9 0 8 - 5 3 6 - 0 0 0 6 , d a y s , 9 0 8 -5 3 6-5 4 7 8 , e v e s

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/ 7 pass. Van, e cyl, aulo, 00, jfp/s, pA, ate, am/fm sVcass. / p/seats. tab/int buckets, — Weals, guages, r/def, p/w/tM, ] dash, irtermit wipers, p/art, tift, bd/side md, ant, rtolper-wash, ' int wipers, fltt, woodman, ext color; bum. Int color: refl. S*. #140, Vin 75,186 niles. Slk. *2328, V #KX508426, 60,459 mi.

Van, 6 cyl, auto, od, p/s, p/b, rear anti-lock, am/fm st/cass, fab/int, buckets, rec/seats, gauges, r/def, p/w, p/d/l/mir, bd/side md, tint,r/wiper-wash, cruise, int. wipers, tilt, alum. will, ext wft/fe, int: blue, Stk. #138, Vin #RZA95225,25,705miles.

* 6 ,9 9 5 $8 4 9 5 ‘92 MERCURYTOPAZ ‘93 MERCURYTOPAZ GS

4 dr., 4 cyi, auto, o/d, p's, p/b, a/c, am/fm sVcass,

fab/int, bkts, rec/seats, console, gauges, r/def, p/w/d/l/mir, bd/side md, tint, pin slip, int. wipers, mats, alum wh, red ext., tan int., 59,789 miles. Stk #804, VIN #NK604873.

4 dr, 4 cyl, auto, p/s, p/b, a/c, am/fmst/cass, fab/int, buckets, rec/seats, console, gauges, r/def, p/w, p/d/l, p/mir, bd/side md, tint, cruise, p/tr, intermit wipers, mats, tilt, ext gray, int gray, Stk #180, VIN #PB602416,10,250 mHes.

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6 cyl, auto, OD, p/s, p/b, anti-lock, a/c, AM/FM st/cass, fab int, gauges, P/W/D/L, bd/side md, tint, buckets, cruise, intermit wipers, tilt, silver ext, gray int, 64,949 miles. Stk. #2315, VIN #MB101855.

4 dr, 6 cyl., auto, old, p/b, a/c, am/fm st/cass, fab/int rec/sts, gauges, r/def, p/w/d/l, bd/side md, tint, cruise, pin strip, int. wipers, mats, p/ant tilt, w/w, red ext, red int, 51,903 miles, Stk #6599, VIN #M1854981.

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$9 , 7 9 5 ‘92 CHEVROLET LUMINAZ-34

‘90FORDBRONCOII XLT 2 dr, 6 cyl, auto, od, p/s, p/b, am/fm st, fab/int buckets, rec/seats, gauges, r/def, p/w, p/tfl, bd/side md, tint cruise, rf rack, intermit wipers, mats, tilt, ext silver/blue, int It. blue, Stk #2325, V IN #LUB13056, 71,871 miles,

1994 FORD E350 SUPER CLUB VAN

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1994 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX SE

2 dr., 6 cyl, auto, o/d, p/s, p/b, anti-lock, a/c, am/fm st/cass, fab/int, rec/sts, console, gauges, r/def, p/w/d/l, bd/side md, tint cruise, sec. sys, int. wipers, mats, tilt alum wh, red ext., grey int sharp, 64,546 mjJes. Stk #6602, VJN #N9J 73041.

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‘94 MERCURYTRACER

2 dr., 6 cyl, aulo, o/d, p/s, p/b, anti-lock, a/c, am/fm st/cass, fahTmt moon/rf, p/seats, buckets, rec/sts, console, gauges, r/def, p/w/d/l, p/mir, bd/side md, tint cruise, p/tr, int wipers, mats, p/ant ttt, alum wh, black ext, grey int 4 seater, 44,322 miles. Slk #2306, VIN #N1471278.

4 dr., 4 cyl., auto, p/s/b, a/c, am/fm st/cass, fab/int buckets, rec/sts, console, gauges, r/def, p/mir, bd/side md, tint int wipers, green ext., gray int., 16,775 miles, Stk #186, VIN #RR635300.

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4 dr, 4 cyl, p/s, p/b, a/c, am/fm st/cass, fab/int, buckets, rec/seats, console, gauges, r/def, p/mir, bd/side md, tint, intermit wipers, ext white, int blue, air bag driver's side, Slk #186, VIN #RR635304,18,927 miles.

4 dr, 6 cyl., auto, 00, p/s/b, a/c, am/fm st/cass, fab/int p/seats, rec/seats, gauges, r/def, p/w, p/d/l/mir, bd'side/md, tint cruise, p/tr, intermit, wipers, mats, p/ant tilt, ext silver, int gray., Stk. #2330, Vin #MH412317,67,967 miles.

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‘91 BUICK LeSABRE LIMITED

Van, 8cyl, auto, od, p/s, p/b, anti-lock, a/c, am/fm st/cass, vinyl int, buckets, gauges, p/w, p/d/l, tint, cruise, intermit wipers, tilt, ext white, int gray, 15 passenger, Stk #173, VIN#RHB88694, 20,492miles.

4 dr., 8cyl, auto, od, p/s, p/anti-lock brks„ a/c, . am/fmst/cass, leath/int, p/seats, rec/seats, r/def, p/w, p/d/l, p/mir, bd/side md, tint, cruise, p/tr, dig dash, intermit, wipers, mats, tilt, alumwhls, ext: white, int: tan, keyless entry, drivers &pass air bags. Stk. #171, Vin#SY621105,19,986miles.

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‘94 PONTIACGRAND AMSE 2 dr, 4 cyl, auto, p/s, p/b, anti-lock, a/c, am/fm st/cass, fab/int bkts, rec/sts, console, gauges, r/def, p/d/l, bd/side md, tint, cruise, tilt, air bag driver's side, ext. color: red, int color: gray. Stk #2149, VIN #RM562627,12,442 mi. Program Car.

$1 2 , 8 9 0 ‘94 BUICK CENTURY

4 dr, 6 cyl., auto, o/d, p/s/b, anti-lock, a/c, am/fm st/cass, fab/int gauges, r/def, p/w/d/l, bd/side md, tint, cruise, intermit wipers, tilt, driver’s side air bag, white ext, burg, int., 19,215 miles. Stk #2319, V IN R6492444.

$1 2 , 9 9 5 ‘91 BUICK PARK AVE 4 dr, 6 cyl., auto, o/d, p/s/, p/b, anti-lock, a/c, am/fm st/cass, leath/int, p/seats, rec/sts, gauges, r/def, p/w/d/l/mir, bd/side md, tint, cruise, p/tr, sec. sys, pin stripe, int wipers, mats, p/ant, tilt alum wh, air bag driver's, dr. blue ext., blue int, 47,544 miles, Stk #6588, VIN #M1607533.

$1 3 , 4 9 5 ‘94 MERCURYSABLE

4 dr, 6 cyl., auto, old, p/s, p/b, anti-lock, a/c, am/fm st/cass, feb/int p/sts, bkts, rec/sts, console, gauges, r/def, p/w/d/l/mir, bd/side md, tint cruise, pin strip, int wipers, mats, tilt, alum wh, air bag driver's & pass., silver act, tan

int, 23,361 miles, Stk#889, VIN#RA617097.

M E R C U R Y S ‘93 CHEVOLET CAVALIERZ-24 2 dr, 6 cyl., auto, a/d, p/s, p/b, anti-lock, a/c, am/fm st/cass, fab/int, grey, bkts, rec/sts, console, guages, r/def, p/w/d/l, bd/side md, tint, cruise, int.; wiper?, mats, tilt, alum wh, red ext, 17,263 Low miles, Stk #2116, VIN #P7297586.

* 1 2 ,9 9 5 ‘91 BUICKROADMASTERESTATE

Wagon, 4 dr, e cyl., auto, o/d, p/s/b, anti-lock, a/c,

am/fm st/cass, drivers air bag, fab/int p/sts, rec/sts, gauges, r/def, p/w/d/l, mir, bd/side md, r/wipe/wastji, tint, cruise, int. wipers, mats, p/ant, tHt, white ext, tap int., 36,959 Low miles, Stk #2190, VIN MW400092.

* 1 2 ,9 9 5 ‘93FORDSTXRANGERPU4X4 2 dr., 4wd, 6 cyl., auto, o/d, jtfs, p/anti-lock brakes, a/c, am/fm st/cass, fab/int gauges, r/def, p/w, p/d/l, p/mir, tirtt, cruise, pin strip, int wipers, mats, tilt, exterior: red, interior: gray, bed finer, slider rear window, fog lamps. Stk. #2304, Vm #PPA97197,31,885 miles.

$1 3 , 9 9 5 ‘93 MERCURYVILLAGER GS Van, 6 cyl, auto, o/d, p/s, p/b, anti-lock brakes, a/c, am/im st/cass, fabrfmt p/seats, buckets, rec/seats, gauges, r/def, p/w, p/d/l/mir, bd/side md, tint r/wipe-wash, cruise, pin strip, intermit wipeis, mats, tilt alum, whl, ext tan, int: tan, Slk.

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$1 4 , 3 8 8 1994BUICKLeSABRECUSTOM

$1 5 , 9 9 5 ‘93 MERCURYVILLAGER LS

4 dr., 6 cyl, auto, od, p/s, p/b, anit-lock, a/c, am/fm st/cass, fab/int p/seals, rec/seats, gauges, (/def, p/w, p/cH, p/mir, bd/side md, tint cnise, inter, wipers, lilt alum whl., ext gray, int burn, doth, air bag drivel's side, Slk. #2281, Vin #RR556403,17,886 miles.

Van, 6 cyl., auto, o/d, pA>, anti-lock, a/c, am/fmst/cass, fato/iM, p/seats, buckets, rec seals, r/def, p/w, p/cM, p/mir, bd/side md, tint r/wipe-wash, cruise, rf rack, dig dash, pin strip, intermit wipers, mats, tilt alum, whl, keyless door entry, tan exL, tan int 40,451 miles, Stk #148, VIN #PDJ32030.

$1 6 , 4 9 5 ‘94LINCOLNTOWNCAREXECUTIVE

4 dr., 8 cyl., auto, o/d, p/s, p/b, antUock, a/c, am/fm sVcass, leatoer/int, p/seats, rec/sts, r/def, pto, p/
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S1 6 , 9 9 5 ‘93JEEPGRANDCHEROKEELAREDO

4 dr, 4 wd, 6 cyl, auto, od, p/s. p/b. anti-lock, a/C, am/fmsVcass, tab/int, buckets, rec/seats. console, gauges, r/def, pto, p/dfl, p/mir, bd/side md, lint, r/wiper-wash, cruse, rf rack, pin strip, intermit wipers, mats, tit, ext green, int tan, air bag driver's skto, Stk #2324, VIN #PC118254,40,553 mites.

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Dodge, 3.9L 6 cyl, 4 spd. auto, trans, pwr. strng/brks, airbag, AIR, AM/FM stereo, t/glass, halogen lamps, 22C pkg. 40/20/40 bench seat, carpeting, dome & cargo lights, wheel dress up, STk. #59533, V IN #SS1303 1, M S R P $17,990. Ind. $400 college grad rebate if qual.

Dodge. 7 passenger, front whl. drive, 3.0L 6 cyl. 4 spd. auto, trans. pwr. strng/brks, dual airbags. AIR, AM/FM stereo-cass, t/glass, r/def, lugg rack, halogen lamps, bucket seats, pwr. trunk. 26T pkg. ST k. #52156, VIN •SX624090, M S R P $20,835. Incl. $1000 rebate, $500 previous owner & $400 college grad rebate if qual.

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9 3 C O R O L L A Toyota, 4 dr. Sedan. 4 cyl, auto, trans. pwr strng bins, AIR. AM r-M stereo cass, r net. (.glass, cioth int. Stk B2084. VltM PC021501, 18.591 miles S 9 8 9 5

‘9 3 L U M I N A Chevy. 4 dr. Sedan, 6 cyl, auto, trans, pwr. strng/brks, AIR, AM/FM stereo-cass, pwr. wind/locks, till, cruise, r/def. t/glass, b/s mldgs. cloth int, Stk. #2069, VIN •P9251217, 37,924 mHes. $ 9 9 9 5

‘9 3 I N T R E P I D □odge, 4 dr. 6 cyl, auto, trans. pwr. strng/brks, AIR. AM/FM stereo-cass. pwr. wind.locks/seats/trunk/mlrr, tilt, cruise, r/def. b/s mldgs. cloth, s/b radial. STk. #51046A, VIN #PH651B73,53,136 miles. $ 1 4 ,4 9 5

9 4 F IR E B IR D F O R M U L A Pontiac 2 dr Hatchback, 8 cyl. auto trans. pwr wirdloCKS ft. r def. t.glass, cloth ml, Stk. -59544A. VlN »R22054’ 1. 15.927 miles S1 7 ,9 9 5

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13 D O D G E R A M CLU B CA BS A V A IL A B L E A M E R IC A 'S H O T T E S T S E L L IN G T R U C K ‘8 8 C U T L A S S C I E R A Olds. 2 dr Coupe, 6 cyl,auto tana, pwr strnaAxks, AIR, pul out r/def, t/glass, sunroof, leather a doth Int. Stk #59031A, VIN •J2315S56, 85.102 mHes. $ 4 7 9 5

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‘8 8 C O U G A R Mercury. 2 dr Coupe. 6 cyl, autotrans, pwr strng/brks. AIR, pwr nlrxt/aMts/locks/mlrr, tnt, cruise, r/def, t/glass, b/s mldgs, wire whl cvrs. doth Int. stk »4207y. VIN «JH6S6S3«, 72.604 mHes.

9 2 A C C L A IM Plymouth. 4 dr. 4 cyl. auto trans. pwr strng/brks. AIR. AM/FM stereo-cass. tilt, cruise, r/def, Stk. »2093B. VIN SNF260659. 26.997 miles. $ 7 6 9 5 ‘9 2 T E M P O G L Ford, 4 dr, 6 cyl, auto trans, pwr strng/brks, AIR, AM/FM stereo-cass, pwr wind/locks/mirr, tilt, cruise, r/def, doth, buckets, Stk. #52216A, VIN #NB157540, 54,264 miles. $ 7 2 9 5 9 2 A C C O R D L X Honda. 4 dr, 4 cyl. autoIrans. pwr strng-’brks. AIR. AM/FM b/s mldgs. cloth int. stk S&21B4, VIN 0NA142289. 14.501 miles. $ 1 2 ,2 9 5

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N E W 1 9 9 4 FORD PR O BE GT Rio Red, 3 dr. hatch, 5 spd. m an., 6 cyl., p/s, anti-lock p/b, cloth int., bucket seats, spt. mirrs., alloy w hls., p /w ind s/lcks/an t, a/c, t/g la s s , rw d ef, t/w h l., Stk. # 3 7 3 7 , Vin # R 5 1 3 3 7 3 7 , M S R P : $ 1 9 ,6 8 0 . D e a le r Disc. $ 2 ,6 9 2 . R e b a te $ 1 0 0 0 .

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3 dr hatch, auto, 6 cyl, p/s, p/b, am/fm cass, p/winds/locks, a/c, t/glass, rw def, t/whl, cruise, bucket seats, sport mirrs, t-tops, VIN GX141578, Stk #3835-A, 119,300 miles.

Red, 2 dr, auto, 4 cyl, p/s, p/b, am/fm cass, a/c, t/glass, rw def, sun roof, VIN L W 347764,122,133 mi.

mil s * 2 2 5 0 *2 9 9 5 1994MITSUBISHIECLIPSE 1994MITSUBISHIDIUUHTE Program car, 3 dr hatch, 5 spd man, 4 cyl, p/s. p/b, am/fm cass, a/c, t/gls, rw def. t/whl, bkt sts, sport mirrs, all ssn stl bltd rdls, sty whls, VIN RE120§60, Stk #P-331, 8,843 miles.

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Program car, 4 dr, auto, 6 cyl, p/s, p/b, am/fm cass, p/winds/locks/anti tneft alarm, a/c. t/gls, rw def, t/whl, dual air bags, bucket seats, VIN RX024885, Stk #P-320,24,916 miles.

*3 4 8 5 Program car, 5-hatch wagon, auto, 6 cyl, p/s, p/b, am/fmcass w/equalizer, p/winds/locks/anti­ theft alarm, a/c, t/gls, rw def, t/whl, dual air bags, bucket seats, luggage rack, alloy whls, VINRT000546, Stk#P333,18,488 miles.

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‘ 1 2 ,7 7 5 199SFORDMSHrtPKHJP 2 dr, auto, 4 whl drive, 8 cyl, p/s, p/b, am/fm cass, p/w/l, a/c, t/gls, t/whl, cruise, sport mirrs, alum whls, XLT pkg, VIN RNA30008, Stk #P-327,20,019 miles.

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6 cyl., auto trans. w/od., p/s, 4 cyl., 5 spd. man. trans., p/s, 4 cyl., auto trans,, w/od., p/s, 6cyl., autotrans. w/od., p/s, p/b, 6cyl.; auto trans. w/od„ p/s, 4 dr., 4 cyl., auto trans., p/s “ p/b, a/c,: p/l, p/w, tllt/cruise, p/b, a/c, p/l, p/w, tilt/cruise, p/b, a/c, tilt/cruise, console, a/c, p/l, p/w, p/seats, tilt/cruise, p/b, a/c. p/l, p/w, p/seats, p/b, a/c, tilt/cruise, console, 1

console, am/fm stereo cass., p/sunroof, t.g., leather int., air bag, r. def., buckets. Stk. #U5434. VIN #MT021453. 52.134 miles.

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console, am/fm stereo cass., p/sunroof, t.g., leather int., r. def., buckets. Stk. #U3198. VIN #ME217611. Black on Black 58,566 miles.

am/fm stereo cass., t.g., cloth int.. r. def.. buckets. Balance of Factory Warranty. Stk. #U5460A. VIN #MT324527. Low, lowmiles. 23.053 miles.

roof rack, console, alloy whls., am/fm stereo cass., moonroof, t.g., leather int., r. def., buckets, Eddie Bauer pkg. Stk. #111149. VIN#MU898627.44,016miles.

tilt/cruise, roof rack, console, alloy whls., am/fm stereo cass., t.g., leather int., r. def., buckets, woodgrain, 7 pass. Stk. Y5470. VIN#LX680903. 65,053 miles.

am/fm stereo cass., t.g., cloth'] int., r. def., buckets. Stk., ' #U5421. VIN #KC487947. 88,642 miles. !

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1987 PLYMOUTH SUNDANCE 4 cyl., auto trans., p/s, .p/b, a/c, console, am/1m stereo cass., t.g., cloth int., r. def., buckets. Stk. #U3865A. VIN #HN418033. Nice Car. 80.895 miles.

1989 HONDA ACCORD DX 4 cyl., 5 spd. man. trans., p/s, p/b, a/c, tilt/cruise, console, t.g., cloth int., r. def., buckets. Stk. #U5392. VIN #KC002563. 72,461 miles.

1992 NISSAN MAXIMA GXE 6 cyl., auto trans. w/od„ p/s, p/b, a/c, p/l, p/w, tilt/cruise, console, alloy whls., am/fm stereo cass., t.g., cloth int., r. def., buckets. Stk. #U3971A. VIN#NT012822. 56,003 miles.

1993 NISSAN MAXIMA GXE 6cyl., autotrans. w/od„ p/s, p/abs, a/c, p/l, p/w, p/seats, tilt/cruise, console, alloy whls., am/tm stereo cass., p/sunroof, t.g., leather int., air bag, r. def., buckets, r. spoiler. Balance of Factory Warranty. Stk. #U3984, VIN #PT108443.36,643miles.

1994NISSANPICKUPKINGCAB 4 cyl., 5 spd. man. trans., p/b, a/c, am/fm stereo cass., cloth int., buckets, r. sliding window. Balance of Factory Warranty. Stk. #U5424. VIN #RC320696. 6,781 miles.

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3.0 liter fuel injected, auto trans., P/S, P/B, A/C, P/L, P/W, P/mirrors, tilt whl., speed control, 7 pass, seating, cloth int., GS trim, all-season radials, lugg. rack, Stk. #S549. VIN #SDJ49855. MSRP 21,250. Rebate $1,000. Chrysler Minivan Owner Rebate $750. College Grad Rebate $400. Irwin Disc. $1,905.

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New 1995 Buick 4-door stock#6602 VIN#SH629475, MSRP $27,795,30 mo closed end lease with

$1800 down/trade, 1st pymnt & $300 ref sec dpst for total of $2386 due at signing, total pymnts $10,380, buy option at end $13,534,12,000 mi/yr then 15/mi

$1800 down/trade, 1st pymnt & $350 ref sec dpst for total of $2480 due at signing, total pymnts $9720, buy option at end $14,344,12,000 mi/yr then .15/mi

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