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Full text of "Town Topics (Princeton), May 10, 1973"

VOL. XXVIII, NO. 10 



THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1973 



15c At All Newsstands 



Public Enjoys Art People Party But Merchants Cast Loud 'No' Vote 



A roar of "Nol " came from Prince- 
ton merchants this week after last 
Saturday's third — annual';' — Art 
People Party. 

A petition of 87 signatures in op- 
position was presented Tuesday 
nitjht to Borough Council. Among 
the si^atories was Fred Blaicher, 
President of Pahncr Square, Inc., 
and according to Thomas Brophy, 
vv'ho organized the protest, every- 
body on Witherspoon, Palmer 
Square and tlie neii;nborintl reach- 
es of Nassau Street sipaed except 
the food and restaurant people, 
most of whom apparently had a 
wonderful day. 

The petition says its signers are 
opposed to having the Party on a 
Saturday, and in its present loca- 
tion. "Based on our experience ^\■ith 
the past three Earth Days (sic), it 
has a negative effect on our busi- 
ness." ("Earth Day" was a single 
event in 1971. It 6as not been re- 
peated- This year was the third Art 
People Party.) 

Mr. Brophy, who wiis chief 
spokesTnan before Council, empha- 
sized that he and his allied mer- 
chants are nol opposed to the Partv 
as such, only to the "where" and 
"when." 

"\Vliy not have it Sunday?" Mr. 



Brophy asked. "Or somewhere 
else?" 

Borough Maj'or Robert W. Caw- 
ley, who said he was "very enthus- 
iastic" about Saturday's all-day af- 
fair, told his Tuesday pre^s confer- 
ence he was surprised at the mer- 
chants* opposition because most of 
the Witherspoon Street shop-own- 
ers he talked to on Satiu-dav "seem- 
ed to think it was all right." 

He quoted one merchant as say- 
ing "Sure, maybe business was off 
some, but it was creat. anvhrm . 

Sunday would be a difficult day. 
the mayor explained, because there 
could not be a following "rain day," 
and he added, at his press confer- 
ence. "I would NOT favor moving 
Ihe location," 

"I am opposed to the element 
attracted here by the Party," Mr. 
Brophy told Council, "and traffic 
tie-up was very bad. Havoc and 
filth — it was EngIishtoi.vn re-visit- 
ed." Englishtown is a well-known 
"flea market." 

Mr. Brophy questioned the le- 
5.1^ itw Jmrgf^af.- 



Calilv of offering ;irt3 and crafts for 
s.ile without requiring a state sales 
|j\, and he asked why the Arts 
t'ounnl had imported a hot-dog 
vendor instead of linin^^up one of 
the nearby restaiu^ants. 

"Merchants in this town are tak- 
en for granted," he complained, 
"like a 9-5 faucet you turn on and 
off. Do you know the square-foot 
rental we pay?" 

Mavor Cawley said a Chamber 
of Commerce survey had shown a 
majority of Witherspoon Street 
merchants in favor of closing that 
■itrcet again this year — whv the 
change? fPhiletus Holt, Arts Coun- 
cil president who ran the partv, 
said ciirUer Tuesday that the sur- 
vfv showed 60 percent of the mer- 
chants in favoi, a figure which 
surprised him because ho thought 
it would be exactly the opposite.) 

The survey was WTong, Mr. Bro- 
phy declared, but Mrs. Kathleen 
Edwards defended its accuracy, 
explaining to Council that fa<i 
Yeoman of the Chamber had 

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Disf/nmfled Doctoral Candidate Sites Universit}/ Page 6 

Comininiity Plaijerg: Look Back over 40 Years on Statje Page 8 



Come to the 

PRINCETON DAY SCHOOL 
FAIR 

Saturday, May 12, 10 to 4 

on the school grounds, 

oH the Great Road 



Don't Stay Mad 

... at any business firm located 

wittoi 25 miles of Princeton — until 

j-ou first ^e Consumer Eurcou 

a chance to help straighten matters 

out. Just call 924-0338 any time 

of any day or ni^t and a Consumer 

Bureau representative will respoml. \uiti Coiuumcr 

There is no charge. luformation Bonk 

• Mon Consumer Bureau Infonnatloii on pagn 18 & 19. 



CONSUMER! 
BUREAU 



[oos 

Established 1967 



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in 2011 with funding from 

Princeton University/Princeton Theological Seminary 



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B.Joan Handell 

ELECntOLOGIST 
921-9620 921-7176 

Kt«« Graduole 
Member: ileOrolysU 
Society of America 

Fomn locallMi 
fruxtten Mtd.dl Arts BItfg. 




Every sofa-bed on 

our floor 

REDUCED 

for ttiis sole 

i luiuled tuni 0(i]> I 
Many styles and fobfics 
lo choose from; 

vinyl, corduroy, tweed 

stripes, florals 

Most are ene-of-a-ktnd, 

all hove innerspring mol- 

Iresses 

Sole-priced from 

$229 lo $3W 

NASSAU 
INTERIORS 

162 Nosjou 924-2561 




• CHARLES H. DBAINE COMPANY • 




SWING yOUR PAmNEBI SkirtJ o-«wirl, o donctr v uh ih P.m. Hon Squans twirU 
o„, o fonc, squore-done. Hep on Spring Strcel du.mg So.u.d-y s Art Proplc Party 
The Squces were one o( the n,os. popuJa. Port, events - everybody or «.,! seemed 
hod o tvrn. More Porty piclores on poge 3, _ (Dfk M'Mer Photo] 

Township looks al Future with 6-Year, $5.2 Million (apilal Budgel 



I A six year capital budgt< of 
JS 2 million, Including a 1973 
iiillolmcnt of J552.500. was ap- 
! proved Monday night for the 
Township by Township Com 
mitlee. 

II Isn't binding, emphasized 
Committeeman Abbot Low 
Moffat. "Frankly." he said. 
■■it's an I'xperiment rather 
than a carefully considered 
dncument, bul we hope It tan 
be a guide." 

Committee colleagues pro- 
ItHted Mr. Moffat's modesty— 
he was chief architect of the 
budget— and inld Ihpy thought 
the nine pages of uccounling 
work was Indeed a "< 

mftldcred document'.' 



being washed dovvn a drain.' Open Space: 

For this year, the budget -^ '■■- *•— 

proposes an outlay of f2O7,0OO, 
so that work can start al once 
on infillratlon in the Hillsidi 
sewer system and so tht 
Township and Borough car 
start to buy equipment and 
material for preliminary ex- 
ploratory work. 

The budget also earmarks 
for 1973 the PCH sewer. Au- 
tumn Hill Drive's western pari 
and Random Road. 



Thi^ 



the 



For the years '74 to "78. Ihe 

Township proooses new sewer 

indeed a "carcfullyjllnes for Greenhouse Drive, 

' I h e Lawrencevlllc Road, 

Heather Lane, Cherry Valley 

Each ypnr, the state aski 



'A Friendly Shop" 

WE STOCK 

A URGE 

SELECTION OF 

AMERICAN WINES 

For Your Pleasure 1 

Beoulieu — Choppellet — 
Conconnon — Fetier — 
Ingtenook — Kenwood — 
Mayacamas — Mirossou 
— Porducci — Masson — 
Ridge - Ste. flAichelle — 
Simi — Sabostioni — Son- 
oma — Souveroin — Vini- 
tero - Wenle - Z.D. 
(above a portiot listing) 

WINES GAME 
SHOP 

6 Nassau St. 

924-2468 

free Delivery 
OPEN 

9 a,m.-10 p.m. 






\bas to ■ 

Just a Ch , ■ Ml not 

anything Iriially t.in(l,n>: (For 
ritample. the Borough has 
been Including parkins ga- 
rages In its capital budgets 
for many years.) 

However, the Township's 
six year projection is new for 
Uio niiinlclpnlily. Mr, Moffat 
reminded the audldice and 
rfimmHtfe. and Mayor Jay 
Bleimnn ■inilitcd the hudgi ' 
a utcful "dcp.irluro point. 

Highlights: 

Sewem: "Top priorlly" goes 
lo Princeton's sewer problem: 
The Township ullotii to sewers 

I J3.1 million, including $1.2 
illon lo slop Inflllriilion 
1 Im-jriivc the seivaije Irealr 




Heather 
shared with Montgomery 
Township) and Drakes Comer 
Head, west from The Great 
~ oad. 

New sewer lines were down 
for SM2,000 (payable through 
assessments) and treatment of 
existing lines, tor $1,170,000. 
The budget points out that 
these arc overall cost figures, 
to he shared with the Borough, 

Roads: Three links in the 
Terhune - Loop Road syslem 
arc -sketched out for the next 
six years: from Johnson Park 
School lo Wlnflold Koad: 
Snowdcn Lane to Bcrlrund 



._ Mnftut points out Ihril Drive and from Terhune" 
urblng Infiltration b not only present ending near Concord 
eiiuiri-d by the Htate, It Is an Lane, to Route 'IT. 
■cunomlc necessity: chnrgos] changes in the Master Plan 
mm ihe future Stony Brook relating lo housing, or decl' 
Regional SeweragH Authority | slons by the Pnncelon Region- 

111 be hnsed on metered wn „i Schools lo build new schools 

•r usage Idle water seeping ^^nuld change any ktng-range 

herr il ^h.nlldn'l, K like gold' nind Planning 



Township has a chance to buy 

an of the BO acres that con- 
slilute Woodfield Reservation. 
Al present, the Toivnship pays 
$1 a year for Woodfield lo 
Mrs, Lydia Poe, with the op- 
tion of buying Woodfield after 
Mrs. Poe's death. However, 
Poe has indicated that 
is willing now to sell 30 
acres — it is not yet known 
thich 30 — of the tract. 

Townshi-j calculations allot 
5155,000 to this purchase. 
"Green Acres" money from 
the stale would pay about S75,- 
000 and the Tovvn'.hip antici- 
pates that the Bi^rough will 
Join In paying (or Ihe rral. 

Additional purchases, may- 
be lor the rest of Woodfield. 
would come to $3r>o,nflO over 
Ihe next years, the budget cal- 
culates. 

Itttraryi A third-tloor addi- 
tion to the Public Library 
building is blocked in for 1975 
at a cost or MOO 000, The 
Township's share would 
$360,000, 

Sidewalks, Blkr Palhs. 
do not feel the Town'^hip can 
afford to embark ni Ibis time 
on an ambitious cvperimental 
program of bicycle palhs built 
primarily tor recreation," 
report says, regretfully. 

Howe^'e^. it recommend: 
rcvexnmlnatlon of the Town- 
ships sidewalk Master Plan: 
why not build cheaper, wider 
asphalt walks Instaad of the 
narrow concrete ones, and 
thereby provide both bike- 
ways and walkw.iys? (And 
maybe save money on school 
busing because more children 
could bike to school,) 
The six-year cost of such a 

program 1b an estimated $245,- 

0(10 wllh $35,000 suggested 'or 

tills year. 



This fine iraditiooo! Colonial in convenient 
West Windsor has been recently reduced in 
price. The spacious foyer open into living 
room, formal dining room, end informal eat- 
in '<itchen. A ponelled family room with fire- 
place overlooks Ihe tear garden patio and 
natural gorden surrounded by trees. Four 
bedrooms and 2' baths. 

Now offered at $73,900 

Open Weel^ends 

Other Interesting listings on Poge 39, 

Homerico Represenfotive 

Coloniol in style, this house was bull) just 20 
years ogo. Set in over two acres of woods 
and naturalized gardens in the nicest sec- 
•ion of the Borough. A formal entrance woy 
opens through a sloirhall with winding sloir- 
woy into o large living room with French 
doors to gorden porch and lerrote. There ore 
five family bedrooms and four baths. 

$325,000 




• CHARLES K DRAINE COMPANY ' 



Commnnil)- Park 



SUNDAY, MAY 13th 



Make Mother Happy. 

}\ ith tfif iilviil nift. a rapo hy 
liiisnnnit! Many stylvs niul rolors 
In r/too.if from. All marhhir 
nn^liiihlf -- mid oiif .size to fit 
i'lfiy inoni. 



t LANDAU \ 



ll'l N^miiii St. 





-Town Topic 



:elon. N, J., Thursdoy, Moy 10, 1973- 



Assorteil Oiocololes 1 lb $2.10 

Unle Ambosscdon 1 lb $2.85 

Motbers Doy Gih 8 oi $1.25 

The 

Junction Pharmacy 

Hightstown Road, Princeton Junction 

P. A. Aslilon, R.P. ^B 7M-1232 

Free PRN Prescription Deh*ery & Gih Wropptng 

9 to 9 daily; Sundays 10-1 

I 



MCYCUS 
New & Used 

Rcpoirs 
Aui!i,'-i:rJ Ralfigh Dealer 

Tiger Auto Stores 

MM WtlMrvpoon Street 



What Good h 

HEALTHY 
BANK 
BALANCE 
if yoMT 
HEALTH it 
BANKRUPT? 
visit the 

NUTRITION 
CENTER 

Worren Ploia West 

Rl. 130 

1 block South of Grants 

Open to 9, Wed-Thurs. Fri, 

Charge Cords Accepted. 

Plenty of Forking. 



People Party Opposed 

(Coniinned Jrom Cover) 
found that all hul three of ihe 
j Witherspoon merchants were in 



lavor. 

' After 3 Icngttiy scries ot 
Irotnplumt^. in which Mr. 
! Brophy said his Palmer 
Square ^hoc store usually did 
mo to-(ive limes its weekday 
busines-s on Saturdays, and 
tiad lost business on .M.3y 5. 
and other merchanls protested 
that art ;ind craKs workers 
■clultered up the sidewalks, 
and did Uiey have Borougli 
permits?". Borough Council 
memtKT BjrJjara Sigmund 
commented. 

■"It ama/es me that mer- 
chants don't iBke advantage 
or these people who come \o 
town," and Jan Sclineicr. trom 
the audience, asked, 

■'Wliy Ndl use the Art Peo 
pie Pa rty tor merchandizing 
jiid promotional devices, run 
sales perhapi? There is room 
fur a lot of itnaginallon here." 
and someone painted out thai 
The Gr.ilto, WItherspoon 
Street Italian restauranl, sold 
varieties ot Ilnlian sandwiches 
outside on the Street 

"Plan your sales for that 
day," said one audience mem- 
her. "Don't be so stuffy you 
cnn'l change." 

Successful Elsewhere. 
Counciliiien. Arthur P. Morgan 
and Martin P. Lombardo. 



Make Mother Happy 
on Mother s Day! 

We hove a forge se/ecH^n of on^rfiing 
and everything to worm her loving heort. 
Gift wrapping a) no extra charge. 



INDEX 

Art in Princeton M 

Bu^inE\s in Princeton 3T 
Calendar of the Week . 16 

Churches - 20 

Classified Ads 38 55 

CluhNews 22 

Engagements-Weddings . 17 

Its NVw to Us 24 

Mailhox 1« 

Music in Princeton !3 

Obituaries 36 

Sports 31 

Theatres 8 

This is Princeton 1 

Topics ot the Town 3 

Wea.hi-r Box . 4 



askeit why \uch a street faii 
seemed i-> woric very well in 
deed for merchants in olhur 
places— .Monterey. California, 
and NcJ. Vorfc City, as ex- 
amptcf— and not here? 

"Because I sell white 
buck^r' Mr. Brophy retorted. 
"I scl! more than anjbody on 
the ctsu-rn seaboard betai 
tliafs what Princeton people 
like to buy! This is a unique 
lonn!" 

A sharp, and sometimes 
bristling exchange then occur 
red between Mr, Brophy and 
two or three members of the 
audience, who naid Princeton 
stores Mcrc only for Lhe at- 
fltient. 

The dialogue, in which 
everybody interrupted every- 
body frequently and with 
vehemence, swung widely to 
the hdiir of so of its coi 
touchinji (in both the New Yorlc 
Giants and the Princeton 
Mcdif-Jl tenter's June Fete. 

"BgMne\smen in toAn told 
mc Ihcy wanted the Gi; 
here— It would bring flocki 
people lo the stores. ' 
Lombardo suld. 

■ih the Hospitnl Pete 
wasn't on a Saturday— it Lakes 
people awny from town— 4jut 
at least It's not in town." 

"J w,sh it WIERE In town, 
miled .Mayor Cawley. 



Lack 

jlJeremial 
' member 




tU../' K^yCd/t/t^rt^ 



of CommanlcatJoD 

Ford. Art.s Coun.::il 
who helped run ihc 



tEotun Xopicg 



DONALO C. SrUART 

ZMot and PubtiaheT 

l)*^ D. CoVLK {•) 

~ idlrtg Editw 



On LfiH Sine 



PuMiyxr 



Ka 


ril,\RlNB H. DUEfNALL 


A 


iiiMiil to the Etlilar 




Hi rrv FKitJjMAN 


A 


iti'rrluiiig Manager 




ViHGiNiA Nelson 


Adv 


rdii'ig Hrprtienlative 




Aimtant Edilori 


Phi A 


}<>•* R. EcKMtoi.K Jr. 


D 


.sui. C. SruARi 111 



r.oiifri^ulm; £</il«ri 

Pat Ltr.HT 

Wiu.iAM McCli-ihv 

Ahso M, Saihan 

Ihl.LN SCIIWABTI 
SlII.ILA SrVAAT 




■►Arrow^' 



Party, said Uiere seemed lo 
be a lack of communication 
between merchants and the 
Chamber of Commerce. (One 
merchant said earlier that the 
Chamber is chiefly interested 
in the "area" and its big 
firms, and cares linlc for the 
local shop-owner, ) 

Mr. Ford said the Coun.;il 
would tike to regulate what is 
sold at next year's Party and 
who sells it. so that the flea 
marttet atmosphere may be 
diminished. He, and other 
speakers spoke a new no:e 
of cooperation between mer- 
chants and Council in planni-ig 
next year's Party, a note 
which hadn't been sounded be- 
fore, apparently in the be'jef 
that the Cbaniber spifkf for 
the merchant. 

"We must include mer 
chants in next year's plan- 
ning." said Councilman Robe"! 
Powell, "but the town does 
NOT belong to the merchants 
or to the special interests- 
one day in 365. one smill 
street opened to pedestrians 
—It was tertiftc. and it sbou'd 
be encouraged. 

"It seemed lo me on Sat- 
urday, " observed Mayor Ca*- 
ley. "that everyone I saw was 
smiling. I like lo think some 
of those smiles were converted 
Into business. The Arts Coun 
cil would love some help— I 
hope next year we can work 
together." 




Many Inteieslisg Ileraj:. 

Lovely OIiI Clocki. FaraUare. 

Glassware. Gibelols. 

Come Browse . . - 

Chair Caning 8e Roshing. 

NOW 'N THEN SHOP 

23 S Main Street Cranbury 



1966 Bordeaux 
Rouge Superieur 

P. Rotnoin 

'1.68 

$18.15 case price 



NASSAU LIQUORS 



94 Nassau St. 

Across frorr 




REMEMBER 




MOTHER AND CHILD 

Georg Jensen, famed in collector's 
cireles for it^ annual Cliristm.ia 
Plate, proudly announces the 
first issue of it« Mother's Day 
MjKle in Copenhagen, the plate 
depicts mother and child and 
captures a timeless theme of 
malemal love and understanding. 
Pure Danish in design, the Georg 
Jenaen plate is meticulously 
crafted and hand painted in the 
traditionally Danish tones of 
cobalt blue. Each plate is a 




by Georg Jensen 

miniature piece of art on porcelain 

carved in bas-relief and color 

underglazed. 

The plale is G^-i" in diameter and 

ia pierced for hanging. It is 

individually packaged in an 

attractive silvertone gift 

box. $15.00. 

The 1973 Georg Jen.sen Mother's 

Day plate, like the highly 

desired Christmas plate, mil be 

made for just one year and 

dated accordingly. 



FURNITURE 



n. 



259 Nossou Sirec!, Princeton, New Jersey • Phone 924-9624 
Open Mon. thru Sat. 9:30 to 5:30, Wed. Evening UnHI 9 PJW: 



Thursday, Moy 10, 1973 - 



TOPICS 

Of The Town 



quale." he ' 



"We'v 



TAKE A WVLK ON ELM 

Probably on Asp bolt. An 
^ATty summer re run of last 
month's Borough Council 
meeting brought om Elm 
RoAd and Allison Road ren- 
dents once again Tuesday 
nicbt to talk aboul sidewalks. 
and drainage, or lack of it. 

Belore the commercials (sec 
"Cover"). Council bad iias<ied, 
, S'l, the ardinance requiring 
walks on Elm. An amendment: 
allowing asphalt as an alter 
native to concrete passed only] 
because Borough Mayor i 
Robert W, Caviley cast Ihei 
tie-breaking vole. I 

Council members Joseph P. 
Moore, Thomas Cawlcy and 
Robo't Powell want concrete, 
walks. Council membenl 
Barbara Sigmund, Arthur P. 
Morgan and Moriin P. Lom-i 
hardo like asphalt. Mayor 
Cawlej' likes asphalt, too, 

Mr LombarJo. In latl. 
doe'^'l like the whole ordin- 
ance, and cast the "no" vote. 



Snrtelte^ Snbjecl. 
had more research and discus- 
sion on these sidewalks and 
nn the neighborhood 'e drain- 
age orublems than on many, 
larger issues." Mr, Powell 
observed, after he'd heard ail 
last month's stories ol poor 
drainage. and arguments 
about hon walks spoil a semi- 
rural area and how sldewalk.i 
are needed as a safety 

Garrett Hcher, who lives on 
Elm, hag been talking wlLh 
Clark and Rapuano, landscape 
consultants. Their m.in sug- 
gests a "stabtUized earth" 
j sidewalk, one-quarter as ca- 
I pensive as concrete and, Mr. 
I Heher thinka. a lot better. 

Mercer County. leigc lord 
and owner of Elm Road, says 
no. Only concrete Also, the 
county has the ."say about how 
close the walk should be to 
the property line. The closer 
the better, county engineers 
say. to allow maximum safety 
from Elm traffic. 

"Stabillied earlh" is no 
good, said Borough Knglneer 
Donald Hurncy. It turns to 
mud in rainy weather and Is 
a poor surface lor wheels- 



IT WAS PARTY DAY SATLMDAY Borough Mayor Robert W. Cowley wasn't really oil 
thumbs ai he tied the tymbotic canvas ribbon — pointed on during the day by 
hundreds of children — dosing off Polmei Square for its five-month trial period 
out cars. Under the swooping brint of o (bright pinltl) hat is Mrs. Kathleen Edwards, 
%vhoM Jdeo it was to close the Squore. Council member Barbara Sigmund is at the 
far left. A jewelry booth on Witherspoon attracted stollers. And Nassau Hall's stem 
riger held o goggle of giggling girls, listening to o rock concert on Nassau Green. 

baby carriages or bikci. As- of HUD wiH be m Pnncctnn mgton man s.iid rt seemt-d 
phall is expensive to maintain, this week to Inspect Uie site, reasonable." 
compari'd to concrete, 



Drainage m the area 
existent in many cases, can 
be belped if curbs are in 
stalled along Bm. Mr Har 
ney adviM-d, Many residents 
Implored Council to take 
care of drainage bifore both- 
ering about walks. 

In othi? matters. Council 
honored Ira H, Miller for 25 
years i>f s**rvlee with 
Sorough and presented him 
with a gift, and set aside 
May as "Senior Citizens 
Month." 

SENATOR I'ROMLSBS HELP 

In IIoiLilng. Srnulor Clifford 
. Case has [ininiised he will 
urge Hiro ofliiiuh in Cumden 
to )oin Princ-rton Township in 
a site-plan survey of the Yed- 
lin pithlii- housing land on 
Stale Road, .md the Princeton 
Houi^ng Auihonty h,is been In- 
formed that ft rcpresenlatlve 



of HUD wiH be m Pnncctnn 
this week to Inspect Uie site. 
Mayor Jay Blelman an- 
nounced these events W Town 
ship Committee Monday night. 
Last month, fcsporiding to 
rciidi-ntt apposed to the proj 
ect, IWTi (the Federal Hous 
ing and Urban Devetopmeat 
Agency) announced it was 
quiring major environmental 
studies of tbe Vcujltn area, 
Norm.illy these surveys are 
done only for large ■ scale 
project' Ijkc airports, prisons 
or highways. 

Mayor Bleiman said he had 
rilien HUD's Washington of- 
fice, has received a reply, and 
halt given full details about 
the Ycdiin project, 

I pointed out that Mr. 
Yedlin himself hasn't been 
through the Township's site- 
plan machinery." the mayor 
■ ■ "and 1 urged that the 
Camden office ci'mhlne forces 
with lis. 1 madp the same 
point to Camden. The Wash- 



(The next night. Tuesday, 
during Borough Council's 
mei-iing, two Council mem- 
hi'fs urged Princeton residents 
\n write their support of the 
Vcdlin project, 

"It Is sad to Uilnk a few 

people can stand in the wi> 

ol those who are in need. ' 

Martin P. Lombardo, 

houtd write the director 

of HUD a siring the agency to 

fulfill its commitment without 

delay," said fiai^iara Sig- 

lund.) 

After Mayor Bleiman had 
ade his report Monday niglii. 
Len Newton. 90 Dempsey Ave- 
nue, rose from the audience 
and gaive a chronological ac- 
count of his 10 years of effort 
in housing in Princeton. 

He challenged local govern- 
ing twdies to lake the initia- 
tive to bring low and middle- 
income housing into the com- 
munlly. 



"I really question the abil- 
ity of local government to 
meet its people's needs." he 
challenged, "because some 
citi?*ns object, they can u.sc 
their Influence to get a delay' 
You cannot alio* a minority 
view to keep this housing from 
reality." 

When Mayor Bleiman asked 
what he'd suggest. Mr. New- 
ton proposed financing Mr, 
Yediins site plan appearance 

For $10,000. he can go the 
site-plan route," Mr. Newt*iri 
said. "You on Township Com 
mittee p;iy for it, if the Fed- 
era! government won't. Under- 
write it! I think this is really 
a matter of whether you have 
the will." 

SEWER TAX UPPED ll.-S 
ly Township Committee . 

Every Townstiip householdLT 
III pay an additional $16 .i 
ar sewer t.ix as the result 
an ordinance passed Mon- 
day by Township Committer, 
The new M6 fee applies to 
veryone- It Is based on the 
16.000 cirbic feet of metered 
water which the Princeton 
Water Company estimates is 
the amount used annually in 
the average home. Big users, 
ho exceed that amount, will 
ay $3 per .^ddUionJil l.WKl 






em- 



TIMEX 
WATCHES 





(We have a limited 
number of Cavatina 
watches with inter- 
changeable bands). 



FINE 
PERFUMES 

• Chanel 

• While Shoulders 

• Shaliniar 

• Je Reviens 



WHITMAN'S 
SAMPLER 

Altvays A 
Favorite 



^darsh and Company 



JO thQassau Street 
'Phone: g24-4ooo 



PHARMACISTS 
SINCE 1858 



Montgomery Center 
Thone: 924-7123 



FREE DELIVERY TO THE ENTIRE PRINCETON COMMUNITY 



- Town Topics, Princeton, N, J., Thufidoy, Moy 10, 1973- 



Topic.% Of The Town 

—Continued PiMm rac« I 
cubic f*el owr IS.OOO 

The tncTMSc is IIic first 
>itK* Maj-. 19«. and ii will 
meet increased sewer oper.it 
ing co^ts. Anlicipalod costs 
a« $161,189 rvponod A(imin:N 
t»(or Jos«ph R Nini Mniidaj 
ni^^ht. and eslimaie^ uicoaie 
oniy |138,S0e. 

Comjnitteeman AMxti Low 
Mortal abstAkned m the 40 
\oie He WW (he audience 
thj[ because his property on 
Pticasani Hill Road and otiiers 
m that area, had been iniliallj 
silbjeci to hi^htr sp»er iaxc 
at the time of development, 
he actually stood lo gain from 
the new measure and v 
pay less in sewer t»\ 

Harris Barnetl, from 
a u dienc e, protrs^rd 
metered- water flow method of 
calculation A targe fam; 
be suggested, wouldn't pay its 
fair share. Helen Fa>rbank,\ 
agreed, pointing oiil that the 
lix penaiiwd liouseht>lders liv 
log alone. 

Mr. Nini reported thai ibe 
slate wiH indeed treat Wood 
field Reservation gypsy moths 
uiih fatal bacilli preparations 
rather than chemical spray 
Two olher areas in (he mun 
tcipality wit], however, tx 
spr.iyed and residents will be 
told when spraying will start. 
Tlin hactHi irealmenl is ex 
pi-nmental, and therefore will 
lie done wilhoiil charge to the 
Township. Mr. Nini explained, 

Rusly Scupper patrons may 
parte in an off site lot when 
they visit the new Alexander 
Street restaurani. Committee 
unanimously apprni'ed tt 
Zoning Board's recommend, 
tion that the Scupper be d 
lowed to lay out 55 moi 
pari(ing spaces in adjaccnl 
land to be le.ised from the 
University and the Penn 
Central. 

The stale, however, must 
stiN harmoniie two sets of 
map lines tJiergfey es tablishing 



Uak Onl Bekn*] 

CroMy jHfUen 
On tfie bre^if. 
May -time u I'l^ 
Time la . . . 
Kcrclwoooooo- >.' 

Dr*pilc tlie [refiiirnt d.iinp- 
ne». tliU spring Iias left iU 



inrk < 



vill. t 



krgv'. ac pollen rc.ippcir* and 
grjwe* grow. 

Tlic mid-wcei ruin iiiny be 
with 111 intennitlently tliroiigli 
Fnd.iy. as Aowers ronaia a 
po«i!iiIiti'. The wTfVcnd Is ci- 
peelc-J (i> brint; tunny, wami 
wvjilicf. if it tlii«vi, it w-oiild 
be llie firtt such Snliiril.iy and 
Sunday in nCnirlv a moi»th. 



A conflict tn the court sched- 
ule was cited by Judge Salva- 
tore as the reason. Monday's 
date proved lo be in conflict 
with the opaimg of the trial 
ot two Atlantic County magi- 
strates, who were Indicted 
earlier this year. Judge SaJva- 
lore said that 



be deter 



isn't In the 



Minu'e^ of thp meeting' 
ordinances as introduced, the 
budget, c.ipital budget and 
jous related Township 
docum.enls will be deposited 
from now on in the Princeton 
Public Library and the gi 
?rnmenlal ilocuments room at 
iht University's Ftreslone I,i 
brary. to provide a little light 
reading for Princeton 
residents. 

Free screening for hyper- 
tension will be offered at a 
Town-itup Board ot Health 
buolh at the Medical Center's 
Jurii' Fi-lc. announced Commit 
tci- mtmher Banbdra Smoye.' 
Ati iiJin.imed nli;irmaceutic;il 
firm ^^ Uie sponsor, she said. 

CARPI TRIAL DELAYED 
No New Date Set, The mur 
der trial of Colin C. Carpi of 
Princeton on charges dating 
hack to February. 1971, was 
postponed this week by Su 
perior Court Judge Arthur A. 
Salvatore. It had been sched- 
uled to start in Trenton onl 
Monday, | 



be set 

mined how long the magi- 
strates' trial will last. 

The 40 year old Mr. Carpi 
has been accused ot the mur- 
der of hi? estranged wife.) 
Laura, 37, who disappeared! 
from her home at 213 Statei 
Road on February 8. 1971. j 
Three months later, her bodyj 
wa.s found in the East River; 
in New York. 

.Mr Carpi, whose home isl 
at 148 Fairway Drive, has, 
been charged with shooting his 
wife and dbposing of hfr bodyj 
in the river. His attorney isl 
Gerald Stockman: the prose 
euling attorney will be Bruce 
M. Schragger. 

SCHLUTER BACKS TAMS 
For CooDly Judge Slot. Sen 

Willum E- Schlulcf has clear 
ed the way for Theodore T 
Tarns Jr. to become a Mercer 
County Judge, announcing he 
ii 'perfecUy satisfied" with the 
Borough add Township Magis 
■^ale'^ qualifications 

Si:n. Schhiter had briefly de 
layed his support for Judge 
Tarns, saying he needed time 
to review the nomination 
Judge Tarns will probably be 
confirmed for the K7,000 a 
year post at a special Senate 
session after the June primary. 
He would succeed Arthur Sal- 
itore who was elevated to l!ic 
Siale Superior Court. 

PAV RAISES RATIFIED 
By Borough, Township Po- 

ice. Without fanfare. Borougti 
nd Township police memibers 
1.1V.' ratified 1973 pay con 
r.itt%, according to PtI. Ber 
jrd l^'nhardt, president of the 
Patrolmen's Benevolent Assoc , 
ialiun 130 which has been nego 



tiating wHh Oorough and Town- 
ship officials on a new contract 
since Deccn*er. 

Police received a salary in- 
crease ot $750. or an effective 
increase of around 6''f. Maxi- 
mum salary for a patrolman in 
the two depaitmoils will be 
tl2,750. 

Pll. Lenhardt also reported 
Uiat West Windsor Township 
police have "reached an agree- 
ment on the negotiating table" 
that is similiar lo the one a- 
greed to by the PrincetoQ po- 
lice. 

Police salaries are negotiated 
every year by the PBA. 

GANG ATTEMPTS THEFT 

At Koifefwinl An 18-year- 
old Princeton University stu- 
dent was assaulted with a 
knife late Saturday evening 
by a gang of youths who tried 
to rob him 

David G Mergesilhaler. 257 
Princeton Inn Dtim, told po- 
lice that he was walking near 



TRAVEL PLANNING ASSOCIATES 

'a fuH lewke Iravet agency' 

HOURS; 9-9 Tubs and Thun^ 

10-3 Sat., 9-e Mon.. Weds.. FrL 

900 Stale Rd. Free Parking 924-5531 



' 6i¥e y«rr heart (o Mother wfth i dtcwat- 
ed heart cake, or until fondant glared 
(reflch hearli or a giti boi e( our Beit 
BuHm Cookies. 

VILLAGE BAKERY 

2 Gordon Ave. tawrenceville 

896-0036 

Open Weds, thru Sat. 7 til 7 

Sunday 7 til 4 

—'-7 



■] 



For Mother 

China — Handbags — Jewelry 

Porcelain Flowers 

and just in time for Mother's Day 

Fraser's Stainless Steel Holloware Sale 

The Cummins Shop 

Open 9 a,m.-5 p.m. this Soturday, the day before Mother's Doy 
98 Nassau Princeton. N.J. 924-1831 



I 




. /'■^^Aw Front M*»t«*rsoat's 

i^^kS^^WITHLN^ '^^^ ORGANIC GREENHOUSE 



• POTTED ROSES 

over 100 varieties 

• WICKER BASKETS 

• POTTERY 

STONEWARE PLANTERS, TERRA 
COnA, TREE BARK, nC 

• GROUND COVERS 

Pachysandra, Ivy, Ajuga etc. 



Hundreds of 

HANGING BASKETS 

• Verbena • Fuchsia 

• Double Begonias 

• Impatiens 

From *2.95 







PERENNIALS- om 200 val^ties 

49' ea. 

ANNUALS- complete selection 
PANSIES 69' a box 16 pioni, pe, boxi 



GERANIUAAS 

4 For *1.49 

• Vegetable Seedlings 

' Herb Seedlings— 
every variety 



PETERSON'S 

".1 Gardener's Paradise" 

NURSERY AND GARDEN MARKET 
Route 206 Between Lawrenceville And Princeton 
Opi" 7 Days A Week 9 to 8 



-To,v„ Topio, P,i„«,o„, N. J„ Thur.cioy, Moy 10, 1973- 



4 





1 



OPBiNOON 
MOTHER'S DAY 

TBK 

PRIME RIB 
MAXIMUS 

AND 

A SURPRISE 
TREAT 



•^ COMPll 



In The Court 
■I Number 28-30 Wilhtiipaon 
SttMI in Ptincelon, Now Jerttj 

Luncheon. Dinner & 

Cocktails 

Walmtt .',-5535 



Topics Of The Town 

~<V)n1lnucd Frcon P»«c 4 
Ihe ttnnis courts adjacent to 

the raihv.iy station around 1! 

p.m. \\hen'he was approached 

by seven or eight black 
juths. They surrounded hi 
ithout comment and started 

to go through his pockets, 

*T\'e"re not kidding," sak 
one. while another held ; 
switchblade knife against thi 
left side of his neck. The vie 
tim told police they asked for 
money and when he was un- 
able to produce any they fled 
taking with them bis cigar- 
ettes and some loose change. 

The victim was later treat- 
ed at McCosh Infirmary on 
campus for a laceration of 
the left hand and a slight 
scratch on his neck. Sgl 
Thomas Procaccino investi- 
gated. 

STUDENT IS CHARGED 
With Marijuana PoHscssion. 

A Princeton University stu- 
dent has been charged by po- 
lice with possession of marl 
juana. 

Perry C. Evans, Ifl, Prince- 
ton Inn College, has been 
charged by Borough police 
with possession of under 25 
grams of the drug and by 
Township police with over 25 
grama. 

A University proctor called 
Borough police Friday eve- 
ning to report they had found 
8 pound of marijuana while 
searching Mr. Evans" room 
with his consent In connection 
with a search for a stolen 
camera case. 

He was taken to Borough 
headquarters, where police, 
during a search, allegedly un- 
covered a marijuana cigarette 



Spring- 
Preening 

DIRECTOR'S 
CHAIR 






Bill's 
Men's Shop 



PLANNERS Members of the Planned Parenthood As- 
sociation of Ihe Mercer oreo are planning their annual 
cbnner meeting, scheduled for Tuesday, Moy 22, al the 
Treadway Inn on Route One. The speaker will be the 
Rev. Carl D. Reimers, Princeton Day School faculty 
member shown here, whose theme wilt be "Let the 
Students Plon Sex Educalion." Mrs, David L Frothing- 
ham (te(f) end Mrs. Amos Eno are eo-chatrmen of the 
event. Tickets, ot $7.50 each, may be reserved by call- 
ing 599^881. 



$15.99 
BUnERFLY SUNG CHAIR 




in his possession, Since the 
discovery of the alleged pound 
of marijuana occurred in the 
Township wrlion of the Inn, 
Mr. Evans was then turned 
over U) PlI, Anthony Caylord 
of the Townsl^ after being 
charged by Del. Timothy 
Huizing of the Borough. 

BUMPER. LIGHT STOLEN 
From Parked Mercedes. 

Proof that thieves will steal 
anything was illustrated this 
week with the report of Clyde 
D. Knapp. 301 Cherry Valley 
Road, 

He told Borough police that 
while his Mercedes was park- 
ed between 6:15 and midnight 
Saturday in the PMI lot oft 
Hultish Street, someone re- 
moved the front bumper, head- 
light and license ■3lale from 
his car. 

In other Iherij, Sarah 
Wright, 4 Hawthorne Avenue, 
reported her flute and ease 
valued at $200 -■stolen from a 
locked instrument room at 
Princeton High School; Sil- 
vester Welssenburger. 871 
Mount Lucas Road, listed the 
thett ot a tape deck and five 
tapes worth $85 from his car 
while it was parked a few 
minutes hist week In front -' 
Princeton Motor Paris. 
Withcrspofin Street: and 5 
rle Nurko of Robbinsville. 
nurse, reported losing 
when her purse was taken 
Saturday from D shelf behind 
a counter in the emereency 
room at the Princeton Medi- 
cal Center. 

MOTOR BADLY DAMAGED 

In Ainhulnncc Fire. The 

mnhir o( n Kingston First Aid 
S^iuad ambulance was cxlen- 



traveling west on the Prince- 
ton-Kingston Road. 

David Kimmel, 19. 1 Harn 
son Lane. Princeton Junction. 
was ticketed for careless driv 
ing by PtI. Ronald Holliday 
after a mishap Sunday morn 
ing at 2:42 on Wajihington 
Road. 

Mr. Kimmel told the officer 
that he had turned too wide 
coming off Nassau Streeet and 
when he tried to adjust hts 
car hit some gravel and he 
lost control. It skidded acroas 
the opposite lane, jumped the 
curb, knocked down a street 
light, continued across the 
sidewalk and struck a tree 
Mr, Kimmel escaped injury 

PedCilrian Stmck. Roberta 
R. Filipek, 22, 31 Bank Street 
sustained abrasions and con 
tusions of the lower right 
side when she was struck by 
a car last Tuesday evening as 
she was crossing Chambers 
Street with a companion. She 
was treated at the Medical 
Center. 

The driver. Persis R. Jones, 
27. of Trenton, was issued a 
summons by Ptl. Bernard Len 
hardl for failure to yield to a 
pedestrian. She told the officer 
she did not see the couple un 
til they were in front of her 
car, II had been raining a 
short time before the accident 
and the roadway was slipper\ 
Ptl. Lenhardt noted in his re 
port. 

ASSAULTS THREE POLICE 

Townhlp Yoolh Charged 
kicking, spitting cursing 
year-old Township youth has 
been charged by Township 
police with assaulting three 




A WORLD 
of WICKER 



256 NASSAU STREET ■ 



PiER16J 



FcKIIIc lutnlir 



K Cllf: Wi E. Tind S' 



sively damaged when it cauBht police officers, he faces two 
fire Monday afternoon at the counts of assault and battery 



Princeton Medical Center, 

Police said the ambulance 
had been backed up to a front 
door when Us wiring appar^ 
cnUy caught fire Pll. William 
Polls ot the Township and 
Ptl. William Hunter and Pll. 
Victor Fasanella of the Bor- 
ough responded to a call for 
aid. The officers in turn re- 
quested two fire trucks which 
put out tho blaie. 

The nmhulancc, a 19T2 
Cadillac, had to be towed 



Qualify at the 
Right Price 

Spring & Witherspoon Streets 92V2015 

Tuxedo Rental — 37 Styles Available 



The Barn's 
first annual 
flatware sale. 

25-50% off on 
46 patterns 

We've never done it before, but we know 
you're going fo insist we do it every yeor. The 
Barn's imported stainless steel flatware, 46 
potferns of it, is going on sate at the flattest 
flatware prices ever. More than half of all our 
flatwore will be selling at o minimom of 
25'^ off psr place setting. 



and resisting arrest. 

The Incident took pKice a- 
round 10 Thursday night at 
the John Witherspoon School 
following a concert. According 
to police, the youth entered a 
room and started using foul 
language ot one of the teach- 
custodian tried 
lo inlcrvcne, he hurled 
chair at him. which, police 
said, the man was able to fend 
oft with a wastebaskeL 



PASSENGER INJllRED 
In Kingalon Road Crash. 
Linda B, Richardson. 25, o! 
Kendall Park was trcited at 
Princeton Medical Center for 
minor Injuries inv»>lvlng her 
hand, finger, nose and knee 
which she su.stalncd Friday 
enlng when the car in which 
she was riding was involved 
in on accident ot Princeton- 
Klng<(ton Road and Riverside 
Drive. 

The entire (ronl end of the 
small foreign car In which she 
was riding wns damaged. Tht 
driver was Bonham C. Rieh- 
iirdson. 33. of Kendall Park. 
Ptl, .Anthony Gaylord charg- 
ed the second driver. Potcr 
Bonctle. 17. 59 Meadovvbrook 
Drive, with (alUng to yield to 
the Richardson car that was 



When Sgl. Michael Koplincr 
and Patrolmen William Polts 

d Mario Musso arrived after 
a call from a school official, 
the youth continued lo curse 
at the officers and struggle as 
they attempted to place him in 
a patrol cur. 

Sgt. Kopllner wa-s kicked _ 
the head, Ptl. Potts in the 
right knee and Pll. Muss 
Uie right shin, sustaining 
bruises and scratches. Police 
said that the youth spll at the 
officers and continued to fight 
as tho- transported hin: 
headquarters. 

There he was ?roct's«ed by 
Township Juvenile officer An- 
thony Pinclli and later t; ' 
to the McrCCT County Y__ 
Shelter in Trenton. The youth 
allegedly smclled of alcohol, 
police said. i 

— Conliru«a on Km P»o« I 

Town Topics, Princeton, N. J., Thundoy, Moy 10, 1973 




Prices per place settings: 

Fraser, mony potterns, 25*^^ lo 30*^0 off 

Gense, Swedish, 35*^ off 

Progredo Trading, Swedish, 30% off 

Hackmon, Finland, 25<^ off 

50 Piece Service for eight. Many Potterns, i 

25'^'c to 50*^ off Manufacturer's List Price. 




Best Barn Bargains: 
$3.70, four piece place setting, France. 
$4.95, five piece ploce setting, Swedish. 
$1 1 .25 for 50 piece set, service for eighr. 




\4 

p. 



And there's more, but the Flatware Sole ends 
on Moy 1 3th, so hurry to your neorest Barn. 
Limited stock on some patterns. 

Sorry, no mail or phone otders. 
All three N.Y.C. stores open Sunday 1-6 
Main Store 231 lOthAv. a3rd&2Slh) 
Eail Side 227 E. 60th (2nd & 3rd) 
ViUage 49 Gteenwich Av. [6th S 7th) 
Slamlord 1205 High Ridge Rd. (Exit 35) Mertitt Pkway 
Oislning Corner Kelson Av. & S. Highland (Rt. 9} 
Prlncelon The Market Place. Juiclion RIs. 27 & 518 

■ THE POTTERY 

barn 



jssm, 



« SHOPPING CEN1 



921-7434 



Topics Of The Town 



MinUlC Press ~-OanI<nu«d Prvtrn Pxa 6 

FOUR ARE FIN»> 
For S«Dp Sign Islractionit 

Fiiur Princoliin area resident; 
I wore dneJ Ij.U week in Town 
-tup Court tiy Judge Theodore 
T. Tarns Jr for stop sign in- 

LOSE UGLY FAT I 'alphael Perr/. 41. 83 Ran- 

OR PAY NOTHING ^v"' ^^"^ ""^"^'^ ? ^"-^ 



-- . KtlBhl 

MONET BACK. MONADEX I* 
Ubiil llul oill htip curb your aa- 
Ur* Is' ticctt tood. Eal loi-ivcigh 
leu. C'lritkini no Otngerout drugi 
tna Bill not m»k« you nfnouJ. H-j 
«lr»nuoui eierctie. Chinje your III* 
. . . it»rl lOdMY. MONAOe* com 
t).00 lor S 20 Otf lupplr and tS.OO 
lof tuice lh» imounl. toi» uglf til 
o( your money will t>* relunded olUt 
Itg qucdiont atlied bf. 

FORER PHARMACr 



Dulchlown ' Road, Belle 

tTny Mcsd. and Sandra N. Conte, 

■ Princeton Junction, each 

i tU. while Helen G, Ko 

53, River Road. Belle 

Id. was rined t!5. Paul W 

IS, 43. ri.1 Sprmgdale Road. 

fined $1S for careless 



driving. 

In Borough Court Monday. 
Judge Tarns fined Mark Ells 
worth, IB, Millstone Road. 
Princeton Junc'.ion. and Mary 



M 




ARTEX 



No-Iron 
Percale 

50'r dacron 
polyester 

50% combed 
cotton 

(wliitt! only) 

Reg. WIE 

Twin flat $4.70 $3.59 

Twin fitted 4.90 3.79 

Full flat 5.70 4.59 

Full fitted 5.90 4.79 

Queen flat 8.00 6.99 

Queen fitted 8.49 7.29 

King flat 11.30 10.29 

King fitted 11.80 10.49 

Reg. cases 3.40 2.39 

King cases 4.20 3.19 



i'tuup'fl 



Linen (iiff^ 

20 Nassau Street, Princeton, N. J. 924-43B1 

9;30 to 5, Monda/ tlirougli Srjturdoy 
You'n enioy browting in our shop 



Eve Miller to Retire from Nursery School 

Eve Miller is r«tirmg from! "If I had my life to live 
the Princeton Nursery School, over. I'd do exactly the same 

Sounds as preposterous asl thing, right here at the 
relocating the R'>cl( of Ci-j Princeton Nursery School,' 
tjrallar. but it's true On she says, with the verve. lesl 
November I. aftO" 37 years; and zmg that have warmed 
a,-. direcUir of the school, she the small souls of l»ys and 
will leave her apartment in girls for almost four decades, 
the I.«Mgh Avenue Nursery| "It has been a marvellous. 
School building and mnve marvellous 37 years," says 
back to her native village of Mrs William Sword, preiidenl 
Lyonv Ne* York, ]of the Nursery School's board 

Therr, to no ones surprise, of trustees, 
she will immediately becomei With Mrs. Mark Munn. th^ 
a viilunieer in a school for re, trustees' personnel chairman 
tarded children, and wiM run Miss Miller is interviewir 
a story hour at the village li-l people to find a possible su 
brary, because. . cessor In such a thing pos- 

■ I couldn't live without ble? A successor? To Eve 
kids, yiu know!" I Miller' 

\ Pf.int7. «. 22 EdgehJl St,' After a long series of let 
(It! and 11.5 for sptr?ding iters, a-jpeals to and from va 

Bptty R Pllen;!a. 305 Ham-inou* committees of the Uni 
illon Avenue, paid (13 and tlO vcTMty and its trustees and 
on lAi se^al•ale charges of their lawyers. Mr Lavernuich 
narkinj m a loading zoneJ dcddi-d to sue. 

lo observe a (lashing 

TWINS BORN 

Amine !8 Arrivals. Sixti- 

f>r-\'-i .ind 17 ^i'ls were born 

Princeton Medical Center |. 

week 

Twin boys were born May 2 
!o Mr nnd Mrs. R;chard Bui 
fromi Route 518. Blawenburg 
puni-l Daughters were boi 



BRING YOUR LAUNDRY 



UBS. 



washed $' 



1. 



WASH-0-MAT 

[ 2S9 Nassau Street behind Viking Funnbirs 



TO SUE UNrVEH9TTY 
For 11.3 MIIIioD. A civil luit 

which a Princeton resident 
ill atk 11.5 

Ion University 



t.ve d.images. chargini? dej and Mrs, John West, IM 
f.imjUrin and breafh nf con, Si.- H.?hlstowii, .May . 
(raft, W.1S filed Monday in.aif' "'"' Robert Croer. 36t» 
Superior Court. jPnnr.non Pike. Trenlon. May 
L.iwrence Lavemoich. sM; ^^ "xJ Mrs Robert Law- 
Park Pbcp. bases his suit on '«"• '*• "ak CrePk Road, F.a^l 
racy, charging the Wmdwr; Mr and Mrs, Ron 



Univ 



with violating ItsU'd '*'•' 



Slavic Department. 



1 W Darro* Dri 

regard to htm a nd P«i"'"«ton; Mr and Mrs. Ar 

■ sbandi-d ''""' Hopper, 1*7 Carter Road. 

Princeton: and Mr, and Mrs 

RomId Reinhardt. 16?8 Genes 

ee St . Trenton: all May 3. 

Also. Mr. and Mrs Joel Sol 

omon, 36 Bair>hrid»o St. 

Prin(el"ti. Mr and Mrs Jose 

fg\CriiT RD Z. Hi>mesiead Ave 



Mr I.avernoich. a 19SJ grad' 
Nttf of (farvard with honors 
In the Slavic Deparlment. 
CJim'- lo the Univeriitv in IW,?, 
at .1 drirtoral candidate 
had been an interpreter dunn; 
the I!V><) Soviet exhibit in the 
New York Collineum Exhibit, 
and h;id worked on the staff 
of the Institute of fnternation- 

1 Ediicjtion. 

Twiif, Mr Lavemoich says. 
Unlvcr-iily examiners failed 
linguistics section 
of tbi- '.vnlten exam for the 
Phn He charges that, after 
he hid been failed, "the Uni' 
vcrsity adapted ex post facto 
regulaiion^i and applied them 
lo my colleagues so they 
would not be held to the same 
slnnd:irdi and regulation: 



I." 

H<' also charRes thai t h 
Univnrsity tampered with h 
ree')rds in an attempt lo "ihow 
he did not lake certain re 
quired courses. He says he 
hn^ trnnscripts showing he did 
lake the courses. 



Thi- late Professor David 
D!l'>l).ir>dfe was prohibited 
from fH.iminlng him, although 
he aareed to do so. Mr Lav- 
ornolch soys. Instead, the Uni 
viTiiiy assigned to him a man 
without doctorate and 
nut leiiure as a faculty mem 
Iter, by implication a man Inlj 
C'lnipelilion with him who|4,.,_. 
would not be eager lo hive prini- 
him T'a" 



Trenton. Mr and Mrs. Jerry 
Purdum. 213 Suffold Road. 
Fairless Hills, Pa., all May 1: 

nd Mr>i John Reed. IIM 
Nottingham Way, Trenton. 

30. Mr and Mrs Roiberl 

Stevens, 47 Ewmgville Road. 

Trenton; and Mr, and Mrs. 

SCO DiMeglio. 211 .lolin 

mceton. Iwth April 29. 

also were born to Mr, 
and Mrs, George Lcighty, 64 
Prmceton Arms North. Cran 
bury. May 5: Mr and Mrs 
Miles .lankovic. 1.18 Monmouth 
St.. HighLslown, May 4; Mr 
and Mrs William Sabo. M Oak 
branch Road, Crawbury; Mr 
and Mrs William Vajk, Wal 
lace Road, Princeton Junction: 
Mr and Mrs, Leonard Alesi, 
41 Wuudside Ave., Higblstown; 
Mr. and Mrs. Christopher 
Church. 434 Bolton Ave . East 
Wind.sor, all May 3: and Mr 
and Mrs. Henry Horn. I8Chat4 
Ion St , Princeton. May 2 

Alv). Mr. and Mrs Norman 
Starfcs, fW Southard St., Tren 
ton: Mr and Mrs. Robert Bat 
cs. 165 Princeton Arms South, 
Cranbury; Mr. and Mrs. Phili? 
Trenb-illi, « Maplestreai 
Road. Kast Windsor, all May 
Mrs, Mark Slro- 

itk, I It Hrljben Apartments. 
"' and Mrs David 



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June 25 thru August 3 



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-Town Iopi«, Pfincelon, N. J,, Thursdoy, May 10, 1973- 



Topics Of The Town 

—CttBttOB** rrwn Paces 
Ttrtiuiw. Box 6S. Rodm£. Pa.. 

both April 30; Mr. and Mrs, 
PjuI CouMiit. A 4 Lawrence 
Court. Princeion; and Mr and 
Mrs. J Kort Hoppc. 9 Kend.iU 
R<v,i,!. Kendall Park, both Apt,! 



OFFICES? 

rixnncrs Dbapprovc. The 
PLiimiTxg Board doesn't like 
Ihe idea of building a pair 
ol two-stoiTi' office buildings in 
a residenljal Township area. 
The board decided at its May 
1 meeling to leU the Township 
Zoning Board that it doesn't 
go along reiih the loners' re- 
commendation for a use vari- 
ance to allow construction of 
the buildings at the corner of 
Valley and North Harrison. 

Neighbors who protest con 
struciion of the otdce build- 
ings were present at Ihci 
Planning Board meeting, fl 
petrtion. signed by 43 oppnn 
ents. was presented to the 
board. Signatories think the 
offices would be incompatiWr 
with the residential character 
of Ihe ncighlKirhood 

Planners, in denying their 
stamp of approval, said they 
might change their minds if 
the developers, Dr. Arnold 
Hirsch and Dr. Robert Alba 
harj', ctpuld incorporale low 
and-or middle-income housing 
into Iheir building plans. 

Discussions on this possibil- 
ity may be held with members 
of the housing sub-committee 
of the planning board. 

GOODBl'E, "lAP" 

Townsfajp Acts. Unanimously. 




FLAGS PRESENTED BY LEGION POSTS: John Brown, left, 
commander of Princeton Americon Legion Post 218, 
presenrs N.J. itofe flag to Townihip Chief Frederick 
Porter, while Tom Word, vice-commonder of Princeton 
American legion Post 76 presenlt the American ffag. 
The new flogs will be corried by Ihe Township Police 
color gvard in the Memorial Day parade to be held 
\n Princeton on Friday, the 25th. 



Monday night vMlh itie Inter 
governmental Drug Commit 
lee: the In%liluie for Applied 
Psychotherapy should go. 

The IDC recommended that, 
between now and August 31 
when lAPs 'program year" 
ends, the Inttituie should wor! 
with Mrs. Nancy While, ad 
minlsirotor of Corner Hou.w 
to effect on orderly transition 
in deciding whut programs 
are appropriate for present 
lAP members. 



The Drug Comm jitpe'.s 

,'aluation of the lAP project 

included talks uith represent 

C^mmm'ee""agre^i^''^'*» "' ^^^^^ "^C State 



CORNING 
makes 
every day 
Mother's day! 



I.aw Enforcement Planning 
Agency), which currently is 
providing «G,125 lo lAP: in- 
terviews with other Princeton 
people concerned «ilh you'Ji: 
asking questions of former 
lAP m 
analy/i 



Schools, the Mercer County I 
Chiefs of Police exhibit trail- 
er and a police cruiser. They 
wUi be on display the follow- 
ing day at the Princeton Shop- 
ping Center. 

Inside the trailer are dis- 
plays of communications, nar- 
cotics, scientific equipmesit. 
home security devices and 
closed circuit television. Po- 
lice officers will be present to 
answer any questions. 

LECTURE PU^NNED 
For Household Workers. Wed- 
nesday. May 16 at 8 p.m. Jo- 
sephine Hulett from Washing- 
ton. DC, field officer for the 
National Committee on House- 
hold Employment, wii! speak 
at the Women's Pliicc. W's 
WUherspoon Street. All house- 
hold workers and iheir employ- 
ers are urged to attend, 

Mr, Hulett, a household 
worker for more than 20 years, 
has been featured in a recent 
issue of Mrs. Magazine, and 
has appeared as a guest 
on many radio and leleinsion 
programs throughout the coun- 
try. 



The National Committee on 
Household Employment is a 
private, non-profit serrice or- 

_^__ _ _ gani/ation concerned exclusive- 

. rniiers '.ind. especially. 1 'y with the problems of house- 

iiig how lAP's emphasis hold workers. In addition lo 

cs to 3 more Jompreh.>n- improving wages and working 

drug program for Prince- conditions. NCHE s goals are 

'to provide regular sources of 

—Continued On Page 2! I 




Choojy cocla c^M!0 CC<lHirjG> 
V.'a txl If ^cu oN-e \^Hi fccrtio 
c^':lce. shoU ooree, Kore's v-hy: 
OfMltr MnVMilcnMl 

• Errwcih. ona-p!oca o'au-cofamlo cooMopi and rongolopi fhort ors 
(u tMOUfflU Ol (hey ao ooty lo coo tor. 

• V.'oH o'.eftj and fongoj wflh D^ro^|1ta lOlf-doonlno a«Ai and 
aJ.omaSa coc^Jaq cotMt. 

Ot*at«t cholMl 

• Chocio eom Gotmal (WXJM arid cookMpj v^ Coolmolot' CKA-ftflTtt 
and aco/Qle lhe<moitaOc4V oonirofled coM#q -jor 

• Choose dom COnNINS Fam^ modoli that lol vou mo dmoil any 
pot Of P9^ and fomOar cooMng habiii 

Gr*alar volutl 

UWcha'Af (he chosiai. vw/ fovwHe cooh wU h<n« COfiNlNC'l 
(Morrjje Of qtiOliV In ;sC*manshlp, IWi MoIhOfl Do/ do (omoltJoQ 
:pecia)-DUt o CORTJlNd'coohino appDonco tr> hot Uichorv 



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SLEPA .said "no more" 
Princeton youth workers and 

' rs. felt that additional 
Icipal expense would be 
hard in justify. The establish- 
ment of Corner House last 
August, wa* feit to make lAPi 
redundant. In the past, the 
Drug Committee felt, it miglii 
have been a good idea to 
have for lAP as an independ 
ent entity, but this was no 
longer true. 

Committee member Barbara 
Smoycr fsaid the Drug Com- 
mittee felt lAP's contributions 
wore "substantial," and she 
added that some staff might 
he absorbed into Corner 
House. 

I'OMt'K WKEK MAY 13-10 
In Toivnahlp. .Township 

Commlllee has declared May 
13 19 US Police Week and has 
set aside Sundny as Township 
Polite Memorial Day as a tri- 
bute to all law officers who 
lifive given their lives In the 
lirii- of duly. 

In ruiidinR the proclamation 
Monday nlftht. Mayor Jay 
ftlelman, who praised 
Township ^licc as one of the 
licst police departments In the 
%lato, Jinid: "These are more 
than iu^l words. I really be- 
lieve what I wrote." 

All jxillce will wear black 
tape a(ro,ss tlieir badges for n 
3'1 hour period Sunday and thi 
fliiK wilt fly at half mast ii 
lril)ulc to their fallen com 
DidfB, Township Police Chief 
Kri'dcrick Porter urged a 1 1 
(Ui?,cnR to join in this reeog-j 
nllion of National Police Week, 

Ncvl Friday, the Townshl-) 
IK'llce, In co-pperatlon with' 
Ihe Middle School principal 
Thornton Grove, -will have on 
display for the pupils of Com 1 
munil y Park and Viilley Road 




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SATURDAY, MAY 12, ot 800 P.M. 

Tirkits: M.50. 3,00 i 2.50 




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)REED 



ot ALEXANDER MALI 

MONDAY, MAY 14 ot 8,00 P.M. 

All seats: Sl.M. Al McCarter box (rffice 



City Center Acting Company 

in BRENDAN BEHAN'S Greot Irish Comedy 

THE HOSTAGE 

FRIDAY & SAT. MAY IBS 19 at 8:30 P.M. 
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LONG AGO, BUT NOT FAR AWAY. "Belle fhe Typewriter GiH,- the fmol 1973 spnng, 
production for Princeton Community Playerj, woj given by the Ployers 35 yeors ago | 
- ir> 1938 'Belle- was juil os much o mellerdrommer then as now, ond in this scene, j 
corving the hom for all if$ worth, are Erling Dorf (geology P'ofessor or Princeton] | 
in the gun-fotio' role of Abe; Bernard ledwidge { o grod. student bock in '38) Oi 
the (tnife- wielding Edward Blake; Alden Wicki (artists now resident m New Hope) 
as Ralph ond Melonie Updegrof* (whereabouts now unknown) oS the helpless Bella 
herself. Idertlificalion is by "Mr. Community Players"^ Herbert McAneny. 



Wh.Ti Herb and MrtraiicriLe 
McAneny and about 30 otticr 
people founded PrincMon Com 
monily Players iO years ago. 
ihpy had two purpotc\ in mind: 
to bring Town and Co«n tO' 
gt-lhcr and la provide some- 
thing (hat would keep McCar- 
ler Theatre Trom lii-mg dark 
and silent for II montlis of the 
year between Triangle Club a'^nci 
ihow. I more th, 



ulaliun Hut McC.irlcr ccr:jin 
ly i-Mil 6iiik uny more litlAcuii 
Triangles, and mayJ>e Uit- Play- 
ers helped. 



P:.4Jit3 droppcJ to one. One- 

acU-rs Acie taken to Fort Dix, 

and even a long play. "The 

Bad Man.- Fori Dix saw Belle 

thi! Typewriter Girl.' too. 

Our fir^tt play wa* Cock War time performances were 

Robin on May 22. 1931,' Mr.|aol lo be benefits— for British 

McAnaiy begins, "one peffor-j War Relief, the town's Play- 

mance was all we could do— ground Fund or. again, the hos- 

enough of an au I pital. 

1 McCartcr tofi 

[hat." Expansion came after the 



THE GIIBERT & SUILIVAN ASSOCIATION'S 

Fourth Annual Production ' 

THE GONDOLIERS 



full company with 
David Agler, Music 



archest ro 
il Director 



Arthur lithgow, Rulh Koy Walker, Stage Oirotton 
will be given ot McCortor Theatre, Princeton 

May 15 and 17, 1973 8:00 p.m. 

TicWels ore now on lale ol llic McCorror Bok Offit 

Call (609) 921 3700 



News Of The 
THEATRES 




Whfihfr Town and Cown arcl «'?'■'» McAneny. Ihe quiet, ra- war. The Players incorporated 
«nv more [oBeth.T « year* ther diffident man who taught in l«fi, issued bonds and pur- 
nny m«':^'"8Pl^:r• 1?. ^^^* English and history to restlissj chased "Avalon," the Henry 
-— young scholars at the old | Van Dvkc mansion where the 
—^! Princeton Country Day Schooli YM YWCA now stands. 

and thun at Princeton Day' "We knocked out one wall 
' on the main floor and made a 
place where we could give 
plays tor small audiences— 'in 
the round" sometimes." Herb 
remembers, looking over play 
hilt^. After the actors had 
. folded Ihe costumes and gone 
home Saturday night, the small 
theatre became the Sunday 
morning meeting "jlacc for the 
Unitarians The upstairs was 
remodeled into apartments and 
Ihe McAncnys themselves lived 
Ihcrc, on the top floor. 

Ham? "Then.' Hcrt> says, 
with real nostalgia, "we got the 
best theatre we've ever had 
next to Bill Dormer's meat 
market '" 

It was the building on Aler 
ander Street where the Ballet 
Society now Is, and the jubi- 
lant Players called it the Play- 
mlll. It had (rverything poor old 
Avalon had lacked: work space 
■low II AU BcKSD. In the where sots could be hammered 
In Princeton, the out. performing space for ei- 
UnlviT'^tly I,oagup u»ed lo give ther in the round or rjrosccni- 
plays, Ili-rb recoils, Then one "I'l- plenty of parking. 
nigiil, Mome people gathered at "Wc were vlierc four years— 
the home of Richard Field, a wc gave "Belle" there in 195«, 
geoloRy profevsor. and decided and "Mnry of Scotland 



Sclioiil, doe^.n't happai to be 
president of the Players thi:) 
year — he's ireasurer, 

Bui he has been president 
three times, and M ha 
wife, Marguerite, She's also 
directed at least a doien alays 
he"s only directed five because 
hes acted In w man> 

Among the five, ot course, is 
"Belle the Typewriter Girl." 
I which he did In 1»5B and h do- 
! ing ag.'iln. rehearsing toward 
an opening night next Friday. 
May 19. 



90. 



or 

me 

VAMpmS 
OF CHICAGO 



'G ALAOPENINGJI TE 
h;MAYH|8:30p.!ii. 



« UrUTAniANCMURCU 




lor 



thciCeorgine Hull Freedman _, 
Mary, and Pat Sturhahn as 

Queen EliMbeth " But the 

rent wcsit up. So.,. 



to start something 
whole town. 

By the end ot Iha first year. 
In May. I9M. Princeton Com 
niunllv Players had 250 mem 
bers. It now has US. From 1961 iiniil 1966, 

"The town had tar fewer org- Players shnrod Murray Thea 
anliatlons 40 yeart ago—not so t^e with Theatre Intime. 
many groups devoted to sing-! hut then, Inlimc just couldn't 
Ing. dancing and so on,* ond h*t ui have the time we needed 
he smiles a rather quiet 



igiat mccarter: 



The Year't Bert Motion Picture - 

National Society of Film Critics 

ACADEMY AWARD: BEST FOREIGN FILM OF 1971 

COSTA ("Stale of Siege") GAVRAS' 



with YVES MONTAND £ JEAN-lOUtS TDHfTIGNAHT 

FRIDAY, MAY II • 7 & 9:30 P.M. 

Admission: $2,00. Al box office on Fridoy 
from 10 a.m. & at door while ovailoble. 



\ 



to I 

Thi* Pl;jycra doubled their 
usual schedule to give two ler- 
formances ot "And So To Bed" 
-It was a lOM benefit for 
Princeton Hospital. Princeton 
socialites posed for photo- 
gr,iphi at various key locatinntk 
in town (I^dlle Launhlin Ji 
in a hiirlitr's chair at Durner' 

M.nor Charles R Edrrna 

In a plmto for Cox's Store wit 
the caption "Why be caught 
with an empty Ice box?" 
Kenneth Falman, who would 
one d.i> be a mayor, too, 

lily -josmg In the Nussau 

and the picture! were bound 
into a fund-raising booklet Ihit 
IS a treasure of Princeton life 
and Princeton ways. 




War Time Change.. 
brought change. From ihre^ 
! four productions a year. 
Town Topics, 



Wai 



at ARTISTS SHOWCASE THEATRE 

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JACQUES BREL Is Alive And Well 
And Living In Paris 

Stmrilig: lee DmtfieU, Johtt JohmiMi 

otx) Rus! Miceli 

Saturday, May 19th, Friday May 25th and 

Saturday, May 26th 

8 30 p.m. 
, All Seots Reserved 



ncoton, N. J-. Tt>uridoy, May 10, 1973- 



LAWRENCE 

Drive-In Theatre 



Now Playing! 

Exclusive! Aduhs Only! 

Is She Prey . . . 
Or Hoymore? 

"THE BRUTES" 

Plus 2 Cycle Thrillers 

"HEll'S BLOODY 
DEVIIS" 

ond 

"ANGEL'S WILD 
WOMEN" 



\,ii s 01 The Themres 

because hey were expandinf, 
so wo iiinied to John Wilher- 
spoon School. Not good at all" 
you cani even drive a nail! 
And joii h,id to meet the jani 

tors' lime !chedule£ " 

Wanderinp. once again, like 
Evangelinr or the Flying 
Dutchman, the Players came 
;o rejl ni ihc Ununan Chuf'h 
whfrc Ihey kave been for lhe| 
past Ihrcc years. Scenery and 
costumes have to be stored 
eNewherc— usually in a mem 
bcr's barn, and a new and; 
wonderful moveable light board! 
must be transported to and fro; 
also, bill there's a stage and a 
modern building and room for 
a f^mall audirnce. 

WWe Variety Player* plays i 
over the past <0 years, have 
rangCTl from J.S. Barrie'sl 

The Admirable Crichton."i STAR IN "PLAYERS": Pnncefon Community Piayets wilh- 
back m Ihnl ^^^t decade to , ^^^ MtAnenys is difficult to imogine. -Either 
lonesco s Rhmoceros in the .^ ^ ■ i l .. . . , . 

rOs and this vears "House of morguerile or I have been on the boord from the 
Blue Leaves.'' ' beginning," says Heri> McAneny. 

Bernard Shaw has a' 
heax-y favorite 




Joan," ■■C:indida" and "Arm: 




Wed. thru Tues., 7, 9:151 
Sundoy 5, 7, and 9:15 I 
Plenty Free PorVing I 



and the Mai 

I ade, were joined later by ' Pyg 
imalion" and "The Devil's Dls 

ciple" al.so In the stack of old 
i playbills. 



UP THE SANDBOX" 

Starring Barbra Sfrei'sand 



Rated R 



Sot. -Sun, spedal children's show 3 p.m. 
'The Ghost & Mrs. Chiclten" with 
Don Knotts. Roted G. All sects SI. 



the first _dec-[more play-readingv we've only 
had one reading this year. 
Maybe we'll take one acters a- 
round to schools or nursing 
homes. We used to go to jails 
on visits, maybe well do that 
again." 

Players fortunes, affectpd by 
Depression, War. lack of an 
appropriate community ihea 
tre, lack of space for con- 
struction and storage, have 
sometimes seemed like Ihe 
script of a mellerdrammcs". 

"We've had our uds and 
downs." is Herb's laconic com- 
■Peoole sometimes ^^^em- ";7,.;:B"' we;vt_ "e.er slop- 
ber us be.tt for our original *'^° ^'^'"* P'^^^ 
icals," Herb Ihmh 



"Berkeley Square" and 
'Summer and Smoke"— about 
30 years apart, in production 
lime; an original by John 0'- 
j Hara called "The Searching 
Sun, " which was mounted In 
1953 with great pride . il ncverl 
quite made il to BroaiI*a> ; ) 
and In the post war years, mu-l 



POETRr READING 

Princeton Inn College cetebrotes 

the Hudson Review's 2Sth onnlversory 

Frederick Morgan reading from 

A BOOK Of CHANGE 

Fridoy, Moy 1 1, 7:30 P.M. admission free 

Co-sponsored by Dept. of Romonce Languages 
ond Progrom in Creotivc Writing 



did 'Along the Road' in IMfl— 

nriHJnal music by Mac Slurges 

and a book by Monroe Wade. 

They did two other<;-'Sailing 

On' and 'The Magic Well' and 

" en we did "The EeEgars* Op- 

■a' In ]9S3-that was a grand 

low! One ot our bcvl." 

The late P. Mackay Sturscs 

I was later mayor of the Bor- 

lough, Mr. Wade J* Mill iiclive- 

tly jnvohcd in Princeton Ihea- 

tre. 

The Old Ontrr Cfaaiicelli. 

"I'd say today's active Play- 
I ers membCTS are younger than 
we were when we siarled." 
Herb estimates. "I find it hard 
to enlist the enlhusift&m of old- 
er or former members. They 
all tell me how busy Iht-y are 
with other things. Biil wo slill 
hu'vo them as dues paying 
members." 

For the next 40 years, the 
Players want to underscore 
their workshops. Acting work- 
shops have been held In rci:cnt 
seasons, and next year there 
will probably be a production 
workshop, instructing amateurs 
In lighting- mnkc-ug and the 
like. 

"We want to do more one 
aclers lor members at our 
monthly club meetings, and 



BEHAN TO MCARTER 

"The Hostage." Thai boister- 
us Brendan Behan comedy. 
The Hostage." will t>c gwen 
t McCarlcr try the members 
of the City Center Acl.ng Com- 
-an^■ next Friday and Satur- 
ay. May 16 and 10 at 8:30 

Behan himself often appcar- 
■d in this play, and il h.-.s Oe- 
ome his most tamiMis It was 
irsi performed ai Stratford, 
in England, in 1966 and 
been played around the » 
In the years since then 

— ConiinuM on Ntil Pao« 





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DIANA ROSS 

"• IB 

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>''■*'" So I PLAYHOUSE I wo cneo 

Eves, at 8 p.m. Except Fri. & Sot. 
At 7:00 and 9:30 p.m. 

Mat. Daily at 2 p.m. Except Sal. & Sun. 



MINtJEAPOLIS, 
IT'S THE FUNNIEST 
TRIPVOU VE 
EVER 
TAKCNI 



irRV liSiMli 



THE PRINCETON INN COUEGE THEATRE 
ALEXANDER ROAD 



Lewis Carroll's 

ALICE IN WONDERLAND 




An original stage adaptation 
with on original music score 




MAY 10. 11, 12 - 7:30 p.m. 
MAY 13 - 2:00 p.m. 

General Admission 2.50 

Students 1.50 

Children (under 13) 1.00 

Tickets — 452-6094 452-7276 



-Town Topics, Pfincelon, N. J., Thuridoy, Moy 10, 1973- 



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REED COMING 

Hoik Singer. Expclk-d from. 
high-school ROTC, rejected by 
ihc mihUry as "mentally un- 
lit. " now an alumnus of Andy 
W;irhols Velvet L'ndcrground 
Bdnd jnd. mo*l exhilarating of 
.ill. a+viui to appi'JF in Alcx 
jnder Hall. 

It 5 T^u Reed, rock singer 
and song writer. His currenlii 
record is "Tranxformer " and 
it hfl^ liis hit. -Walk on Uiell 
Wild Side ■■ He'll bt- in Alex^l 
ander next Monday al 8 pm. 

MiCirier Theatre — spon 
sor ot Uu Reed - will end 
lis prip events for the season 
on Sunday. June 10 at 8 p.m. 
rti'h Procter and Bergman of 
the Firfsign Theutre. Tickets 
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llaramliec Theme. Tht- black 
UiiivcrMty studcnl* ^A■llO ex- 
-.r.■^^ themselves through the 
group called Harambee House, 
»il! present "Pri'ioners," this 
Sunday at 8 p.m. in McCarter 
TheiUre. 

Fi-nlured In the production 
will he the AJilc Dancers and 
the Princeton Youth Center 
Gospel Choir, both from I h e 
Ctnicr, excerpts from the 
plays of Obic-award winner 
Richard Wesley of Harlem's 
New I^afayette theatre and 
^oel^y selections Inciud i n g 
poems written by actual pri- 
•rfiners from their cells. Other 
poems come from student 

"The struggle and fruslra- 
lion of millions of people tired 
(iF unwanted bonds, either real 
or Micietal." is the theme of 
"Pnioncrs." according to co- 
firdiniitor Howard Wilson, 

TIrkels, at SI, may be ob- 
tained at the McCarter box- 

ilffliv.., 

' nVNTK CYCLE PL.\NNED 

I SiiniJiiv Eveolng. Dancers 
fTi.iu ilic Modern Dance elass- 
c -^ iif the Program in Creative 
Wnlinff and Theatre at Prince- 
(■m will present a "Meditation 
Cvili- ■ \r\ the Rotunda of thei 
-Stiidcni Center on the campusi 
frnm 7 to 11 Sunday evening. 
Carole Weber, one of the regu- 
lar ,n-ciimianlsl"i of the class-j 
c, will play the flute, and: 
Siis.in I''nrmcr '7'! will play a' 
"rtmne" nccompiiniment on n 
portiible organ, 

Chris Janney '7S will pro 
vkle visual projeclion.'i. The 
"Cycle" Is under the direction 
of Mis» Weber. 

The "Cycle" will consist of 
a ^eriet of dnnce Improvisa- 
tions by the dancers with en. 
CfiiiraBemenl given lo audience 
participation. The event is 
open to nil without admission 
fee, 



Then Trutfont. Costa Gavros" 
ilni "Z " — prcdi-cessor to his 
iirrent hll "Slolc of Scigc" - 




JOHN ADAMS, PATRIOT: 
Alios Richard Mothews, 
Princeton-based aelor and 
alumnus of two seasons with 
McCarter repertory. Mr. 
Malhews plays the role of 
the fiery patriot in the Bucks 
County Playhouse produc- 
tion of the musical "1776." 
It will be at the Playhouse 
through June 2. 



will be shown this Friday at 
7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. as part 
of McCarter Theatre's May 
Movie Festival. Tickets will 
be on sale at the box office 
starling at 10 a.m , and also 
at the door before screenings. 
In "Z", Yves Monland plays 
a Greek pacifist who is struck 
down by a speeding truck. Al- 
though official reports label 
it an accidental death, the 
examining magistrate belli 
a full-scale investigation is in 
order and eventually the death 
is shown to be political murder 

Francois Truffaut's "Missi! 
sippi Mermaid" will be show 
next Wednesday, May 16 al 8, 
p.m. in the regular Movies-al 
McCarter series. Catherine De 
neuve and Jean-Paul Belmon 
do star. It's about a tobacco 
planter who sends for a mail 
order bride. Blackmail and in- 

— ConlinuwJ on HcX Pao* 





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Admissions Testing 



Chopin School. Princeton, New Jersey, o co- 
educotionol doy school {K-8) will offer ad- 
missions tests for students opptying for 
the Qcodemtc yeor 1973-74 ot 9:00 o.m. on 
Soturdoy, Moy 19, 1973 ot the school on 
Princeton Pike. Students opplying for the 
Chopin School summer session from June 
28 through August 3 will be tested ot the 
some time. Chopin School welcomes oil Appli- 
cants regordless of color, religion, or notion- 
ol origin. 

Porents may receive opplicotion forms ond 
further informotion by colling the school 
ot 924-2449. Return of the proper q)pItco- 
tion, olong with a non-refundable $25 test- 
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test. All applicants should be registered by 
Moy 16, 1973. 



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a.m. and 2:M p.m. Saturday. 
May 26 al McCarter as the at- 
lernale-yaar spring production 

of the Society. Acording to 
Audree Eslej-. director of the 
Society. ^76 student dancers 
v.iH perform. 

Origina! choreography ap- 
propriate for skill ranging 



?fetvs Of The Theatres 

— ConUaufd From Papc lO 
t.ri£ue Star, along with Cathe- 
rine and Jean-Paul. 

BEAN IS BACK 
At AU SainLt Chorvh. 
■Richard Harding Bush or the . 

Rococo Coco Bean." l!iat|from thai of six-jear-olds .« 
Street Thealre classic, will bejlhc expertise of solois s *Uh 
Kiven again in a pearfomiance'ihe Prjnceton Regional Ballet 
at 2 7 m this Saturday al Company, has been created by 
I All <!ainf'; Church .Wmis'.ion: Lila Brunncr. Joan Luca-,, 
is free iRuth Langridge. Avnl Johns 

" Elementary schools of PTAjand Mrs. Estey.The mu— "'■= 
iifganizations that * 

'°,r„''r8ed-"'™"'»2i'-is, ^'-"'°» '''""""■ '•""•" 

and ask Debbie Bellow '— i"- 
detailed uitormalion. 




like been selected from the early 
vited'Mlh century. In the ---■ ' 
■■ iloi. 

ic for the Society 

been ctiost-n "to reflect the hu- 

morous. fantastic and tonguo 

The play may be given on/n-cheek mode »f Lewis Car 
a stage or in a large room Iroll. The music comes fr-m 
outdoors on S»^e^t Thr-'--- 



comes 

worki by Poulenc. Stravinsky. 

.obile suge or even the ^^^U.^ ^^j^l^^Tl^S:!'^:' i^^ 



DILLON GY MNASIUM of PRINCETO N UNIVERSITY 
emw ma mf.] FRIDAY. MAY 18 at 11 pm I ■ «» »■ "ow ">^° ""n I 

Alio *t aft TfCKHTROU oMtrs (lor loc.irons: «1Z) M*-<40O). Mill ordtri to "tCjtWr 
Th«>lr#, Bo. 6;e, PrifMlon, (l J, O8M0: plena ooclot* t\imp»<ijte»-a<l<l't»t<i 
•nvBtop*. PHONE OHDERS ACCEPTED (M*) BlI-aZDO. 9TlCMErMlN 



aut Marching Band.) 



;.t a school playground. 

A small fee covers royalties 

.,nd production "P^"^^^- ^^"J | David Gutine. who des.gnc-d 
" V*^ r »nH "^flver SU«i 'he Regional Ballefs -Coppd- 
a truck and dnier, street HcEinnoH the cos- 

Theatre, «n.n^prori, o,gan,»J»^^^l'-^„*''gf| 'J„'^,„„, 



,by Street Theatre go^/^*;'"':,"^-^^-^!" AchzigerT of the Mc 
financing the Theatres three, '_ 
free, summer ■>roduction';. 



To 



■BREL ■ IS BACK 
Trenlon. from Pari*. 



Carter Theatre staff, 
charge of sets and lights. 

Hie role of AJice will he 
danced by Judy Biewener 







.x^ 



SinBL._ 

near by cabarets will offer 
■'Jacques Brel is Alive and 
Well and Living in Paris" all 
the Artist Showcase Theatre] 

Trenlnn .Satruday. May 19;|Arlhi 
idav. May 25 and Saturday, [y^ 
May 26 The theatre is on In- 
diana Avenue, one block from 
Brunswick Avenue and the 
Route One Brunswick Circle. 
Curtain timt.- is 8:30. 

Lx-e Dratficld, folksinger who 
makos her home in Princeton, 
will star in "Brel" along with 
John Johnson. Princeton resi- 
dent and University graduate. 
and Tluss MIceli, who leaches 
at Hopewell Valley Ctailral 
High School (film media and 
has sung in restaiiranls in 
Princeton and Bucks Counly. 

CeraUl E, Guarnierl. whom 
auilli 



Gucrin at ihe other. Judy. 
the daughter of Mr, and 
rs. John Biewener of Pcii- 
nglon. Betsy, W, is the 
ughler of Mr. and Mrs 
L, GutTin Jr. of Prinze 



Other principals includi' 
Lynn Dennis us White R.ibbiT, 
Elaine Qumel. March Hare: 
Lee AJdrrch. the Mad Hatter: 
Robin Goldman. Dormouse; 
Jan Leviion .ind Barbara Wdg- 
"ing and Queoi of 
Hearts: Christine Edwards and 
Gina Cipelli, Tweedle Dura and 
Tweedle Dee: Jennifer Bellah 
and Carter McAdams as the 
caterpillars; Diana Zeydel and 
Ken Sturgis. the unicorn and 
the lion. 

Also Christina KoIU. White 
icmhiT fnr'Quccn, wiUi Miss Wdgner as 
lUltimcdia produrtlon of the Red QiH'<-n; Sherry Kaplan. 
"The Magic Flute," Is direct-] Tiger Lily; Cheryl Hcndnck 
Ing and Eva Kaplln Is artl'^tle son. Humply Dumply: Sandra 
advisor. Mildred Goldbergcr Bilo, Queen Bee and Bonnie 
Finfer, Queen of the Ants. Car- 



has (he title of special advl' 
Barbara Dyctt is Mr Gimrnl 
erl's as-ilslant iin<I .Toannc 
Widman Is Uie niano ac- 

ji an lest. 

"ALICE" 

In Ballet. An original Iwn- 
.H-l ba\M based on 'Alice in 
Wonderland" and "Throuah 
the looking Glass" will he 
djuied. in two performances, 
by Princeton Ballet Soculy 
dancer.s late in May. 

ill be given at M 




.McAdiiJ 

as the While Knight with Slev 
Huber as the Black Knight. 

Ballet Society students ar 
participating in a ticket sellin 
contest for cash prizes. Glori, 
Woodside is in charge. Tickets 
are also available through the 
McCarter box office (Ml 8700) 
Pricra are »3.26 and J2.75 in 
the orchestra: (3,25, 2,75 and 
Z.25 in the b.ilcony. 

PLAYHOUSE 
Lady Sings Ihe Blues. A 

slick version ot Billie Holiday'* 
life, with Diana Ross making a 
smash debut in the lead rule 

More Hollywood than Holi 
day, as one reviewer com 
mented, the film succeeds ir 
whetting the appetite lo know 
more nlxiul the woman. II 
sketches her life in a manmr 
no morn foolish than othei 
of ILs genre: "Funny Girl's 
Fanny Brice. "I'll Cry To 
morrow's" Lillian Roth. 

Diana Ross is very conte 

porary. and she has a cert. 

chemistry that wins synii 

thy. And in the singing de 

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-Tov/n Topics, Princeton, N. J., Thursdoy, May 10, 1973- 



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again. American E>prtr« can siitl ^end v.m to LonJon, 
Paris. Rome and all over Eunipe 
forunder$5eO!Scvciiry..fthe 
vacations in "The Eiir-.p^ Bot>k" 
cojt $397 to $576. TIh-m.- ..ren't 
stripped'dowTi vacations, hit com- 
plete holiday packages. 

One example: 

Oif Freelance'" 5 v.ication 
in Madrid, Paris and London. 15 

days from $397-$533 includw 

Gn.HiplnclujivcTourair Tare from 

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and transfers to and fmni the airport— in alt three cities! 
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News Of The Theatres 

— ConllnuHl Fram Pmg^ It 
oartmenl. stip grooves even 
more successfully, changing 
her own pop slyle to some 
persuasive renderings of great 
songs that she never had to 
bother about in her pop ca- 
reer. Billy Dee Williams lends 
considerable inlercst ss Louis 
McKay, the man who was al- 
ways there. 

GARDEN 

Cesar and Rosalie. A glossy, 
French import {with English 
titles) in which Yves Montand, 
Romy Schneider and Sanii 
Frey. all in love with each oth 
er, weigh the iros and cons of 
their romantic triangle. By far 
the best thing about this unin- 
volving account of upper bour 
gcoise types is Mis.s Schneider, 
who has never looked as beau- 
tiful as she does here. 
Cesar (Montand) loves Rosa- 
? who loves Cesar but also 
loves David (Frey) who loves j 
Rosalie. David, who turns up, 
out of the blue, had been an; 
earlier chapter in Rosalie's | 
ife. Rosalie is also a lovingi 
nother. having had a daugh-! 
ter from a previous marriage 
Everyone chatters amiably 
hut aimlessly and at great 
length; the three take turns 
walking out on the others, only 
to show up again. The furnish- 
ings and scenery are never 
less than attractive but Cesar 
and Rosalie, which was a 
mash hit in Paris, is likely to 
lake less of a stir in the Un: 

THE PRINCE 
Th<- Hearthrenk Kid. Elaine 
I:iy'5 second film based c 
Neil Simon screenplay has 
flaws, but it IS also a wincing 
iy accurate conwdy about a 
young man on his honeymoon 
and his victims. There is am- 
[>Ie humor both in broad 
I,Tughs and in the caustic, 
■wworful insight.i that come 
from moments of recognition 
when human foibles are ac- 
curately captured and re- 
i-caled. 

Lenny Canlrow Is honey- 
mooning in Miami with his 
wife (Jennie Berlin), whom 
ho has never really looked at 
and about whom he soon has 
some graves doubts, (She eats 
MOky Ways in bed for one 
thing ) When she gets sun 
burned the first day and must 
-Stay indoors, Lenny disco 
the girl of his dreams when 
he meets Cybill Shepherd, a 
beautiful, blonde All - Ameri- 
can girl from Minneapolis who 
toys with his affection, Lenny. 
In love, pulls out all the stops 
to get her. 

Despite tl'^ Inughs. the fUm 
Is laced with .streaks of cruel- 
ty. The scene where I^enny 
tries to tell hi% wife the truth 
Is one of the meanest, but 
Miss May with her sensi 
paci- ,ind comic liming does 
iMl let the cruelty tear down 
the whole movje. Even a 
Graduate - style ending can't 
detract from the brilliant com 
cdy she has direcl«l. PC. 



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FAMILY SUGGEyriONS; 

Wonderful World ot the Brothers Grimm — Matinees Sat. 

ii Sun,. Prin, Playlmuse 

The Ghost & Mr. ChicJien — Matinee at Montgomery 

Shopping Center Sat & Sun. 

PG INFO.: 

Heartbreak Kid — Judging by revimvs children would have ^ 

no interest in this flim, 

Poseldmi Adventure — Parents says entertaining for all but 

MOVIE REPORT mentioas "drama reaches excriicjating 

levels and dialogue sometimes vulgar." Cinema in Kor- 

volte City Trenton. 



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'The Gondoliers' to Open Tico-DayRun Tuesday, 



Par ihf fir«t time In its 
rour^«r bisMry. U>c Gilbert 
A SulUvxn AsociatkM) pluys 
in H^-tnrr ttiram on Tues- 
day. Mmx 16 ar><t Thursday. 
May 17 «ilh its current pro- 
duirttnn «l "The Gondoliers." 

Y«t ti would ix inactiuraie 
to tJty thM the boards o( Mc 
Carter are in any way un- 
familinr to most mi-n^iers of 
Ihis hardworking and expcri 
en<-rd company. 

ArttNir LiUigow. who has co 
directed the staging witii Ruih 
K«>- Wslker. wa« the ExecJ 
tire Director of McCartcr 
Theatre for in.iny years anii 
directed many plays, boih 
miHlern and classical, on Mi- 
Car'.er's siage. Quite incidi^n 



MUSIC 

In Princeton 



one of the 
America (if^ not in| ARE THEY GONDOLIERS? In a way, yes. They are Kalhy 
Prudon and Don Caldwell, singing Cosilda ond Luiz in 
the Gilbert & Sullivon Association's production of "The 
Gondoliers." It will be given Moy 15 ond 17 — skipping 
a day in berween — at McCorter. 



Ully. 

people 

the world) who h^s directed 

every single one of Shake 

speare's plays. 

David Asler. the musical 
director, has sung and played 
on the stage of McCarU- 
few years ago when he was 
an undergraduate nl Westmm 
sler Choir Cotlcge. 

Kay Watker. now a graduate 
student at the University of 
•Michigan, was a leading In 
siructor in the McCarler 
Workshop a few years ago. 
This teem of directors was 
responsible for ihc successful I 
performance of "Pirates 
PenMnce" last year at the 
Kirby Arts Center in Law- 
ronceviUe. 

When it conies to Lee Bris- 
tol. Jr.. there is scarcely a 
square fool of McCarter\ 
stage that has not responded 
to his charmingly eccentric 
dance^steps in a host of Gil- 
bert & Sullivan operettas of 
the old Syvoyord organ i/.ation, 
where he played the Icadinf 
comedy parts o( Ko-Ko ii 
"The Mikaiio." Sir Jo*cpli 
Porter in "Pinafore," Uit 
X>ord Chancdlor In "lolamhe,' 
and once. In 1057. the Duke of 
Plara-Toro. uhich he is recre 
atlng this spring In "The Gun- 




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Alihoiigh a Gilbert & SuVi- 
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light hearted affair, comblnin)! 
music, s«tlrc, laughter, and 
wit in ways that have seldom 
been equalled since, the actual 



and gondol.i! 



in pi, . 



and one scene j 



job of pulling on a GftS opera IfiiKjc: j.pf h, B.'i*tol, Jr. 



•pu!j| 

if Barataria, an lAland some 
\liirj in a soutbini scjj. 

The cast and chorus 



I 



arduous, requiring careful 

iin to tempos and into- 

(Sullivan's music Is nut 

nuiic) and expert lim 

the accurate delivery 

of Gilbert's sharp and wlt'y 

bnrba at Victorian stodgtneiis 

and respectability. 

Approximately four to five 

ccis of more or Ics* con 

nuous reheorsiils are needed 

to bring actors and chorus to 

that pitch nf precision Ihnt a 

well none G&S opera requires. 

While the c:isl is working 

at Westminster Choir College 



jnU 



it»- 



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Trinity Church and Sli 
School. John Kemp, iht de 
signer of the icenery. h.is 

hij^y piiiniing the .sets, 
irnluile one Venetian 



Duhe of Plaza-Toro, 
D^inald Caldwell as Lu / 
Ch.irlcs Haunmann as Ih?, 
Grind Inqur;iMr, John ' 
Md^ain as Marco, Robert Mt- 
Ivcr (IS Giuseppe. Charles G'l : 
ings as Antonio, Michael 
Imptriale as Francesco, 
Thomas Purviancc as Giorgio. I 
Judith Nicosia as the Duch^Js^ 
of Plaza- Toro, Kjlhlecn Pru-, 
d.n OS Casildri. Karen Mclvcr 
as Gianctla, Linda Kassuf ns 
T".ssn. Drjrcen Dixson 3s 
t'iiimetla. Kathleen Brady as 
VlUiria. Margut/rite Takach 
as Giulia. and Christa Rounds 
o: Imv, 

In Lho chorus are Ellen 
Armstrong. Hank itaron, I^tii 
Ffcmer. iMIchact rtoehlich 
^l»■i^, Kathleen Frankovic, 




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Music In Priuceton 

— Contlmic^ on Ps|6 II 
Jt»lin Gainrort. John Kemp. 
Frank Kistler. Beth Layer. 
Jftmrs Lowell. Patricia Mar- 
tins, AlhiTl Melton. Cherjl 
■Minich, Sltinil Mindlir. Bellv 
Xeff. Ditoe Pjtefioii Rod i 
ncy Somi-rvillc, Rog<er Sliiarl, 
She'.lev VVi-si, and Poyi -ni 
Voung in the chorus. Ellen 
Armsimng is also ihcj 
producw". I 

TO SING BR.4HMS | 

In Ur P|jiDtiDgB'« Memory., 

A Conccrl of Music for Vocall 
Ktiseniblc b.v Johannes Brahmsi 
will be '(rescnied this Sunday! 
at 3:30 in Woolworth Center, 
under the auspices ol t h ei 
Friend"^ of Music. The concert' 
. open to the public, ad mis ' 

iLtn free ' 

This nil! be thtr firsl In a< 
-iries ot concerts honoring the' 
rm-mory of Oliver S Plantinga ' 
Mr PlafHinga. a long - lime, 
resident of Pnncelon. died a 
jear ago He was a chemical 
eiigint-cr who taught himielfi 
the piano and hecame an ac- 
conipliiihed and earne!>t ama-| 
teur, miiintiiining hi^ interest' 
in music Ihroufihnul his Jife. ! 
His widow IS endowing a scries' 
of concerts under the apgm of' 
the Friend, of Music so thai 
Mr. Planlmga^ devotion to 
tine music may be shared ii 
his Inends and neighbors. 

The program will consii 
the Zificuncrlieder, Opus In;, 
Four Duel^. O-jos 103 anrl llif 
LiebeOieder WaUcr. Opus 52 
Singers will he Ann Tedjrdrs.; 
soprano; Mimml Fulmcr '74,' 
me?zosoprano : Thomiid Ford 

74 and Daniel Pincu» '76, ten 
ors and Norman Ruhin. bass. 



PHS Choir to Give Concert Saturday 



Music ihf Princeton Hi;h 
School Choir will sinn in 
Europe this summmr will toe 
given an advance performance 
for Princeton residents when 
•-he Choir gives its rund-rnising 
concert this Saturday at 8;30| 



present a group of seven 
songs Btnjiimiti Brnicns nx 
Choral D.mccs (Glorianal. four 



Lois Laverty, alto: Fadlou She- 
hadi, bass: Edward Parmen- 
tler, harpsichord: and Joseph 
Kovacs, concert master. 



The Society's meetings are 
not performances, but infor- 
Stovak Folk S-.ngs hy Barlok. mal readings in which any mu^ 
three Hung;.run Foli^ Songs ^- ^ically interested person with 
Kod»l> and an App^ilachun s.'g^'lreading ability may par- 
Folk S-ing from ihc United tic i?Bte. No auditions are re- 



,. Aicj<«ndrT Hall. ThelStatcs < Bl^ck is the Color otkuired to sing in the chorus 

Choir's director i» William R.'My Tru.- Uve'^ Hair"). w>ll; Those wishing to attend should 
T.-ego. 



S2 for Mudcnis. may be bought 
at Ihc door or in advance at 
ihi- high >chiioI Proceeds will 
help tiniimc Mir Choir's trip 
io Vii-nnu, BudiipDsl and 
Prague for p.irlteipalion in the 
Festival ol Th;(e Cities, spon 
sored b> the National Educa- 
tion Scholiirship Foundation. 
The Choir will leave June M 
and return July 12. 

This Saturday's program 
ivill infhide ii group of early 
songs from ^uch composers aS' 
Pjlestnmi .ind Sihuet/ and pain 
etcerpts from the Bach 'Jesj. 
Meinc Freudc.' lung by the 
Chamber Choir. 

Haydn'n "Helligmesse"— the 
Mass In B-flat Major— will 
alsii be tiling, In a group with 
a Bruckner Ave Maria and 
Faure'-i "Canlique de Jean 



roiton I call Mrs. finlrt.i Gotlljeb at 

The Choir will conclude with 921 7214 so that arrangcmentsi 
Vincent PiTMCheltc'i 'Cele 1 can be made for music and re] 
braliont." (Cantata No. 3) and, f"shmcnis. There is a small 
the C.I 1 Orff "Carmina ooor churge for non-members 

Burana." | 

- - FREE RECITAL PLANNED 

n..ydn -tleiliBine-sse'i gy Opera Workshop. Th.s 

Thursday at 8 p m. the Operj 



French horn, violin and drums. 

iDtermediate and advanced 
instruction in concert band will 
also be offered. Students in 
the 7-10 grade level may study 
music theory, and students in 
grades 8-10 m.iy work in jj^/. 
improvisation. 

Registration will begin Sat 
urday. May 19. at the West 
Windsor - Plain^'xiro P T A. 
Fair. A (i-e of S5 will be 
charged for the music pro 
gram. Additiona, information 
may be obtained from JoiJ> 
Kendall, 792377, 



33 MERCER ST. 




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IrVX INSTRUCTION 



win h;- -uiig by the Chi 

St. Slpph^ins Dom In Vienna. 'Workshop of the Princeion'Op' 

one of Ihr l-.rgeM cathedrals p^a A^^oeiat«,i> aill ni-n.^nt . 



argCM ' 
the uorld. Organist and 
Choir a.'i'ompanist Nancianne 
Parella will play the organ. 
and the HI) voice choir will also 
have lull orchestral accom- 



.^ssociation will present _ 
performance of sn scenes from 
various operas, including "Nor- 
ma, ' The Merry Wives of 
Windsor,'" The Marriage of Ftg 

'■' and others. 



-.ingcrt will alsa per- 
form ;i I a.ipella from 
balcony in the cathedr; 



icerl will be given 



special ci 
July 4. 

The (liising concert in 
Vienna will leature the Choir, 
with « v; rni groupt Irom 
the United Slates and various 



ci- The public is Invited to at 

.op tend this free recital, which 

This will be held in the m, 



id by 




(^/lern'emliof 
Music at Prinivton 

presonl 

edward cone 
wal]er"nollner 



STRAVINSKY: 

CONE: 

BRAHMS: 



WEDNESDAY, MAY 16, 1973 
8:30 P.M. 

ALEXANDER HALE 

Admission Free 



be performed by the Princeton! Walter Nollner. consists 
Umvi-rsily Orchestra this Fri mimhers ol the Princeton Ui 
day in Alexander Hall at 8:30. vcr.sily Glee Club, the Chapel 
under the direction of Peter Choir, the Freshman Clec Clob 
Weslergaurd Soloists will be and the Opera Theatre Chi 
Ann Tedards. soprano; Mlmmi The cnnci-rl is open to the pub' 
P u 1 m e r, me^zo - soarano; hie. admission free. 

Genrge Livings, lenor and Hob- 

en Oliver, hnsv TWO AT TWO PIANOS 

In "Friends" Concert, I 
I ward Cone iind Walter Nollner. 
pianl-sts, ivill iluy In Alexan- 
der Hall next Wednesday, May 
he, at a:;tO, sponsored by the 
' Friends of yim\c at Princeton. 
The program will be music for 
two pianos: Stravinsky's Con 
certo fcr Two Piano.*: Mr. 
Cone's Fmlasy for Two Pianos 
and (he Rrahmx Sonata in F 
Minor for Two Piano*. 
pnifrsMirs Cone an* Nollner 
tiiith ni'mhers of the Prince- 
ton University Music Depart- 
ment Idciilty — have collabo- 
rated in the post in the per- 
formonce of muiic for two 
nianos or rihmo tour-hands. Tn 
lft7l Ihcy presented an all- 
Schubert concert for piano, 
fniirhnndM. 

Mr Cone's Fantasy was first 
! performed In New York in 
I March in Carnegie Recital 
I lloll, nnd will he heard in 
Princelon for the first lime mi 
Mnv Ifllh The concert 1< open 
to the piihlie, odinlssinn free 

SF.ASON TO END 
Far Musical Amateurs. Re- 
viving n former tradition 
which dates back lo 1M0. the 
Princeton Society of Musical 
Amateurs will Again present 
Ihe Biirh "Mass In B minor" 
at lU fiu.i! meeting of the sea- 
son on .SuDdny at 5, at ttie Uni- 
larliui Church, The Mass - tor 
chorui orchestra, and <o1oists 
— will he conducted by Prot. 
J Merrill Knapp. and will fca- 
liiri- Marie Bogart, soprano: 



Pianisis 

Concerto for Two Pionos 
Fantasy for Two Pianos 
Sonata in F Minor for 
Two Pianos 



torium of the Unitarinn Church 

WEST WINDSOR STUDENT? 
You Can Be Musician Stu 
dents in grades -110 in the 
West Windsor - Platnsboro 
school district can sign up for 
the West Windsor Recreaiion 
Committee's first In.slrumon- 
tal Music Summer Program 
scheduled lobe held from Julyi 
9 lo Augusl 10, Classes will bL[ 
from 1 p.m. lo 3 p.m daily, I 
Anthony Puppjlardo. insiru . 
mental music director in the 
school dislrtct. will direct, His 
program will consist of group 
lessons in flute, clarinet, bass 
clarinet, saxophone, trumpet. 
trombt>ne. baritone horn. tuba. 




(QheVrkndsoj 
Muiic at Princeton 

PRINCETON UNIVERSITY BRASS QUINTET 

Jim Conant 75, first Trumpet 
Dave Hatison 73, Second Trumpet 
Morie Csete 75, Horn 
Scott Butler 73, Baritone 
Ted Judd 74, Tuba 

MUSIC OF THE I6rh, 17th ond 20th CENTURY 

SUNDAY, MAY 20, 1973 3:30 P.M. 
WOOLWORTH CENTER 

(Outdoors, weather permitlingi 
Admission Free 



THE PRINCETON UNIVERSITY ORCHESTRA 

Pc'ltr Weslcr^riuirtl, Conductor 

Aim Tedards, Soprano 

Mitntiii Fulniei-, Mezzo-soprano 

George Livings. Tenor 

Robert Oliver. Bass 

Chorus 

prepaicd liv W.illci Ntilliier 

SYMPHONY NO. 9 in D Minor BEETHOVEN 



FRIDAY, MAY 11, ^973 

ALEXANDER HALL 



8:30 P.M. 

ADMISSION FREE 



I'rinii'lon lliiivcrsity 

DEPARTMIiNI OF MUSIC 

GRADUATE STUDENT COMPOSERS' CONCERT 

Works by 

David Bach. John Rohn, Ethan Halmo, Mork Zuckcrman, 

Steven Gerber, Richard Meckstroth, John Peel 

JeKrey Kresky 

SATURDAY, MAY 19, 1973 8:30 P.M. 

WOOLWORTH CENTER ADMISSION FREE 

14 Town Topici, Piintcloti, N, 







The Oliver S. Plantinga Memorial Concert 

A CONCERT OF MUSIC FOR VOCAL ENSEMBLE 

by 

JOHANNES BRAHMS 

Ann ledords, Soprcno M.mmi fulmer '74, Mei.o-ionra™ 

Thomas Ford 74. Doniel Pincus 76. Tenors 

Norman Rubin. BariloiK 

Eloine Sisman IG. George Boiorlh 3G. Pianisis 

Zigeunerlieder. Opus 103 
Vicr Ouellc. Opus 61 
Liebesliedcr Wolzer. Opus 52 



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WOOLWORTH CENTER 



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Thursday. May 10 
9 a m 7 p m : Rummage Sale: 
First Uniied Presbylorian 
Church, Hopewell; a!so Fri- 
day, 9 ami p.m. 
12:M p.m.T Princeton New 

comers- Club: YW-VMCA. 
1:30 p m.: Back la school lunch 
tor seriof citizens; Johti 
Wilherspoon School; reserva- 
tions. 9CM 2<M. 

2 p.m.: American A^socistlon 
f.r R^urtd Persons; yW 
^■MCA. 

7;.lfl!):30 p.m.. Open house 
Princetijn University Obser 
vator>t lecture al 9 p.m. 
Peyton Hal!. 

7:30 pm : LcYlure. "Tran- 
ccndcnlul iMedltalion ; ' 

Woodrort Witwn School. 

7:30 p m : Pnncctoa Ino Col 
legf Tht-aire: "Alice in Won- 
derland;' Princeton Ion: 452- 

G0V4 . als., Friday and Saturday 
and .Sund>iy at 2 p.r 

830 p.m : Montgomery Town- 
ship Planning Board: execu- 
tive meeting: Municipal 
Building. 

Friday, May II 
8-30 11:30 am,: French flower 
miirket, sponsored by 
Gardeti Club of Princeton: 
inlcrst-ciion of Nassau and 
Mcrtcr strerts, opposite 
TOWN TOPICS, 
i-l: Rummum? and Bake Sale, 
%p(i(isiircd ^Tj the Princeton 
Hook and Ladder Ladles Aux- 
iliary: Norlli l!arri»n SWeet 
FSrclmuse. 
I a m. -7:30 p.m,: Rummage 
Sale: Harllngen Reformed 
Church, Belle Mead; also 
Saturday. 9 a.m.-noon, 
1:30: Spring Luncheon Fash- 
ion Show and Silent Auct- 
ion, sponsored by Lawre 
ville Presbyterian Women's 
Association. Fashions from 
Reynolds Shop and the Mul- 
berry Bush, both of Penning- 
ton Ticlfets nt the door. 
■10 4 1:10 p.m.: Take a Mu- 
■i-iim Dti-iik: Picl Mondrian. 
■ fonit>.i<.iiion with red. yel 
hiw :\\\'\ blue;" Clary Vikun, 
ri-,i.|i.li associate, 
p m lA-ciurL-; "The SUte 
craft ol Jolin Foster Dulles 
Rt-appralsed:" T. Hoopci, 
tormcr undersecretary ot the 
Air Force and deputy aasls- 
lanl dolcnse secrvlary; Wood- 
row Wilson School. 

3 p,m,i ColliMiuium; Design for 
a World Humegslat: A Po 
lillcul Ulopla;" C, Lasxloand 
faculty, Woodrow Wilson 
School. 

7:30-9:30 p.m.: nummaff' 
sale; Trinity Church. Rocky 
Hill. (Aim Saturday 10 a.m. 
12:30 p.m.) 

B;3D p.m : Concert; Princeton 
University Orchestra; Dec 
Ihoven's Symphony No. 
D Minor, Opus IBS; Alcxan- 
di>r Hall. 

Saturday, May \Z 
9:30 a.m -2 p m.: Kummagi 
and bake sale: First Re 
formed Church ot Rocky Hil! 
9:30 a.m. -3:30 p.m.: Bake sale: 
St. George Orcpk Orthodox 
Church youth organlxatlon 
n.'imlvr;!!-!-'-;, 1» r i n c e t o t 



shopping Center. 

I a.m.^p.m.: Fair; Princeton 

Day School. 

I am -^p.m.: Scrap 

cycling; benefit Biawenburg 

Reformed Church organ 

fund: Route 51fl, west of 

Flks Lodge (Also Sunday 

1-1 pm.) 

12.30 p m,: Art workshop; 
I FIrght Two. 175 Nassau St 
' 11 am A p m : Demonstration 
I by Michael F. Rocco, Sculp- 

1 lor: Guild 4 Gallery Plus, 
i Montgomery Shopping Cen 
' ler. lAlso Sunday. 1-4 pm,) 

11 30 a m -1 p.m.: Piccadilly 
. fair: Monmouth Junction 
EUmenlary School: Bidgi.' 
Road. South Brunswick. 

1:30 p m.: Table tennis eham 
pionships; Dillon Gym. 

2 pm : Street Theatre; "Rich- 
ard Harding Bush, 
Samts Church. 

■I pm : Bicycle race; closed 
circuit. Walnut Lane 
iwten Princeton High School 
,ind John Witherspoor 
S. Ii'wl. 

■1:30 7pm.: Roast beef dinner; 
Cal\jry Baptist Church, 
HoOf:ivell: also baked goods 
and home made articles for 
sale. 

8 p.m.: Scott Japlin's piano 
rags; Joshua Eifkm; Mc 
Carter Theatre. 

3:30 pm.: Princeton High 
School Choir Benefit Con- 
cert: drawing for choir 
pri/e: Alexander HalL 
Sunday, May 13 

8 am, to 1; Pancaie Break- 
la.it, sponsored by the Rocky 
Hill Fire Company, al the 
firehouse. Tickets (I.2S at the 
door. 

2 p.m.; Concert: Princeton 
University Symphonic Band; 
Cannon Green; weather per- 
mitting. 

7 p.m : Farewell service for 
the Rev. William Kight. 
Princeton's street minister: 
St. Andrew's Presbyterian 
Chut'ch. 

- 11 p.m.: Modern dance Im- 
provisations: audience par- 
llcipallon: Student Center| 
rolunda. 
8 p.m : JIarambce House pro- 
duition; "Prisoners;"" with 
Ajilf Dancers, Princeton. 
Youlh Center Gospel Choir; i 
Mi'C;irUT Theatre. 

Monday, May 14 

a p m.: West Wmdsor Town 
ship Committee: Town Hall: 
Dutch Neck. 

p.m.; Lecture: "The Histori- 
ography ol Photography:' 
Beaumont Newhall. director 
cmerllu:^. llastman House. 

Tuesday. May 15 
7:30 p.m.: Travel lil[ns; Lloyd 
Terrace; sponsored by 
Princeton Public Library, 
p.m.: Parents without part- 
ners; Old Yorke Inn. 
B p.m.: Board ol Health; 
Princeton Borough Hall. 
pm.: Gilbert and Sulllv.in 
Society; "Gondoliers;" Mc- 
Cartur Theatre, 
8:30 p.m.: Open meellng; 
* Revenue Sharing and 
Human Need;" Council ot 
Conimuiiity Services and 
Family Service Agency; 
Unitarian Church, RouU- 200 
and Cherry lUll Road. 
30 p.m.; Public Meeting 
■Revenue Sharing and Hu 
man Need," with members 



of Council of Community 
* Services. Family Service 
Agency, County Council on 
Aging and United Fund; Uni- 
tarian Church. 

Wedaesday. May 16 

10:30 a.m.: Travel films. 
Princeton Public Library 

10 a.m. -4 pm: Garden tour 
of Princeton; Trinity 
Church: 924-2277 for tickers. 

3 pm : Lawrence Township 
Committee; Municipal Build- 
ing. 

Thursday, May 17 
1 30 p.m ; Back to school 

lunch for senior citizens; : 

John Witherspoon Schooi; 

reservations. 924-2'l(M, i 

8 p m.: Montgomery Township, 

Committee; .Municipal BIdg. ! 
a p.m: Gilbert & Sullivan 

Society; "Gondoliers;" Mc 

Carter Theatre, 
p m.: Princeton Townsh:p| 

Zoning Board, Township, 

Hal!. I 

Friday, .May 18 

8:30 11:30 a.m.: French flower 
market, sponsored by the 
Garden Club of Princeton: in ! 
lersection of Nassau and I 
Mercer slfeels, opposiif 
TOWN TOPICS. 1 

112:40 & 1:40 p.m.: Take a 
museum break: "The Aven- 
ger," Ernst Barlach: Mrs 
Claudlo Bruno, graduate 
student. 

p.m.: Public forum; 
"Racism and Repres.sion." 
Angela Davis; Alexander 
Hail. 

30 p.m.: "Belle the Type- 
writer Girl;" Princeton 
Community Players; Little 
Theatre. Unitarian Church; 
also Saturday and Sunday. 
Saturday. May 19 

11-13:30 pm.: Art Workshop: 
Flight Two, 175 Nassau Si. 



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£actured after July, 1372. to be permaoontly labeled 
vitti 'u-a^nng or cleaning mstrtictioos. Tlus created 
more confuaioo than it cleaned up. 

One oi the four "examplos" of in^ructions read "Dry 
clean only. Do not use petroleum solvents or coin 
operated method on dry cleaning." 

Tbe Caa\ Waah does not use a petroleum solvent but 
uses the sanw dry cleaning soU-ent that all dry cleao- 
eis use. 

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Regularly up to $29.8B -E, V/ ' 

All reduced from srock 



DISCONTINUED WIDE WIDTH DRAPERIES 



In some sizes, even lesa than the 
single width price. We are over 
.stocked in large widths, so buy 
double widths. Juat oiien seam 
and you'U liave 2 pairs of single 
Draporie:*. 



Any Length 

Unlined 

Any Length 

Lined 



*5 
*10 



*10 



Irregular Bathsiieets SAU 

FiWdirest Roya'i Velvel If I'erf. 8,113 5.98 
Martcx Luxor If I'erf. ll.iis 6.98 



Floral Vine Patterned 

60-WX63-1 Reg. 7.98 4.98 
Fresli white Polyester 
Net Curtain panels 

oO-ivxW-l Hee. 8.9S 5.98 




Reg. SAt€ 
Assorted Cofe Curtains 4.98-6.98 1.98 

Matching Volonces 2.98-3.98 1.00 

"^^ ^°'°'"« , 1.98-3-98 39c 

Selected Both BouKque Items 50% off 

Polyester Sleeping Pillows 5 00 3.98 



Mony other onodvertiied specials . 



come and bivwse 



Topicj, Princeton, N. J,, Ttiursdoy, Moy 10, 1973- 




Engagements 
and Weddings 



CORTELYOU FARM MARKET 
iXOW IM»EIV 

10 to 5 Dally 

•Flower and Vegetable Plants 
'Hanging Baskets 
♦Gift Plants for Mother 

New Jersey • Asparagus 
• Khiibarb 
• Tomatoes 
• Spinach 
• Kadishes 
• Lettuee 

• Sculllon.s 

Rl. 518 betwcin Rochy Hill 
and Kendall Pork 
921-3141 



j THE NEW BREED 



"MAIORE' 

Brown/Black'CoHa?. 



; CLASSIC APPEARANCE 

;ih Approoch 
► HIGH OR LOW HEEL 




ENGAGEMENTS 
S c h m 1 1 t - DeFvllce. Mis!< 
Karen Schmilt, daughUi 
Mr. and Mrs. William 
Schmitl of Leit Ericksson 
Avenue. Gri^gstown, to Brian 
DeFelke. son of Mr. and Mrs, 
Anthony DeFelicc of North 
Mil] R<jad. Cranbiir^. A sum- 
niiT. 1974, wcddit>K is planned. 
The bndeclecl is a gradual^ 
ot Franklin High School and 
altends Hclene Fuld School of 
Nursing In Trenton. The . 
[If live groom attended SoiRh 
Rrnnswich High School and 
Middl-jsex County College, and 
I- :> patrolman on the Nfw 
lironiwich police force. 

Nolan-Pnrlu. Miss Barbara 
A Nolan, daughter of Mi 
Riihard D Nolan of Ewing 
Township and the lale Mr. 
Nolan, to Jason J. Parks, son 
of Mr, and Mrs, Elwood K, 
Parks of Easl Windwr. A 
winter wedding i^ planned. 

MUs Nolan graduated from 
Cathedral High School 
Marymounl College. Boca 
Raton, Fla.. and works for 
Hodman LwRoche Inc. In 
Cranhury. A graduate o( 
HIghtstown Hl?h School. Mr 
Parks is tastern regional 
malnl/'nunce manager for 
Hcrti in Highlstown. 

WIrhrndrn-Hall Mi<s Lynne 
Wjckcnden. daughter of 
Mr. jind Mrs, H. Robert 
Wickenden of Pennington, to 
David B, Hall, son of Mrs \ 
Delores J. Hall of Denver andj 
Chirlfn D H.-1II of Pasadena, 
Calif. A June wedding ls[ 
pl,innr(]. 

The bride - elect graduatod. 
(rom Hopcwfll Valley Central 
High School and the Eastman 
School of Music, and singsl 
wHh the .lullllard American 
Opera Center and the Metro 
politan Op<'ra SUidlo. Her 11- 
. also a graduate of East 
, In with the New York 
City Opera Company, j 

RonaMrr-Phrln-s. Mi«% Mar-j 
garel E Rnoaldir, daughter 
r,r Mrs, Barhiir.1 H, R/inaldor,' 
(jf Pennington and Barnard' 
P. Ronalder of I,ambertvll!e,l 
to George F. Phelps, son of 
and Mrs. Ctrard W. 
Plielp* of Tltusvllle. A full 

ediilng l* planned. 

A graduate of Hopewell 
Valley Central High School, 
MIbs Ronalder Is employed by 
Western Electrir tier fiance 

member of the New Jersey 
National Guard, gradtinti'd 
from BInir Academy and 
Trenton Sute College and 
works at the Trenton S-wed 
Shop. 

Blaeb^tanf) ■ Jennings. Miss 
Masine E Hbckslone. daugh 
ter of Ihf Rrv. and Mrs, 
Rlehiird Blnrk'rtnne of Tren 
Inn, to James C, Jenningi, son 
of Mr and Mrs, Donald Jen 
nlngs of Lnwreneeville. The 
wedding Is planned lor spring 
1!174, 

The hrideelccl Is a vnlor 
at PBr»on<i College in Fair- 
field. Town, and Is a graduate 
of Trenton High School. Mr 
Jennings, a graduate of Tren 
ton High School, Mercer 
County Community College, 
and Franklin (Ind.) College. 
Is employed hy Abbott Lnbora- 
torlos as a hospital reprr- 
sentnllvc. 



(Ml Franklin TswniMpi ind Orlngi, 
TOWN TOPICS' oHKt, II (a>Ii ilt 



Juan-GsgiivR. Miss Barbar- 
a Alice James, daughter of Mr. 
and Mt3, Erie James of Ross- 
moor, formerly of Princeton. 
to Andre Gagnon. son of Mr. 
and Mrs. Rheo Gagnon o( Ltv 
ittawn, N,V. A June 2d wedding 
IS planmxi in AMiuquerciue. N. 
M-, where the couple will I'vp. 

WEDDINGS 

R n s b I o n-Speneer. MIns 
Nancy M, Soencer. daughter 
of Mr. and Mrs. James L ' 
Spencer. North Road. Prince- 
ton, to Alan R. Hushton, ion 
of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond H. 
Rushton. Oak Park. III,. May 
5 In Trinity Episcopal Church 

The bride attended Mis; 
Fine's School and graduated 
from Princeton High School, 
She U a candidate for cradu 
ation in June from Earlham 
College, Mr. Rushton is a 
graduate of Earlham College 
and otlends the Prit;'-- 
School of Medicine at 
University of Chicago, 

LandaD-Bond. Mts< Sus.-^i 
Bond, daughter ot Mr 
Mrs, Donald S. Bond of 
Princeton, to Thomas I..indau, 
son of Mr. and Mrs, Victor 
Landau of New Paltz. N.Y . 
May 5 in Cambridge. Mass. 

Mrs, I^andau is a graduate 
of Dougla<!K College and 
earned a mailer's degrcf from 
Middk*ury College at ils 
campus In Madrid, Spain 
She leaches Spanish at the 
Brimmer and May S<hnol in 
Chestnut Hill. Mr. I..andau Is 
a graduate of Wesleyan I'nI-i 
venilty. and Is pursuing grad j 
uale -Studies at MTT. 



ALLEN'S 

Children's Center 

Princeton's Largest Children's 
Department Store 



CTiildren'R Apparel. Malemil:(. 
Jdvenllt Fumitore, Toys 



134 Nassau St. 
Princeton 



Phone 
924-3413 



Engrailed 



Tel. 921-6191 



For Mother's Day • 




for the unusual in Bed, 

Bath and Closel Accessories 

Iree giff wropa 

> BdnkAmerJcard • Haiter Charge 

Montgomery 

Shopping Center 

Hon., Tuei.. Wed,. Sat.. 10-6 

Ihurj. & Ffl., tO-9 



Route 206 in Princeton 

May We Suggest 



Coll 924-6620 




FUURde-LrS 
BATH PILLOW 

compleie relaxotion 
in cushioned comfort, 
clouci-soft ond wef proof. 
This, $3,98, olhers from 
$298. 



Other Super Ideas. 



10H6 Hosms mom. diiesseii nm. tmmi eomn, brush 

i HlimCIII SilS, RED DESIS IND TRKS, SEWING BOIES, TOWEE 
SEIS. 



FASHION 
DECK 




clearer / 



1 



Vz PRICE and LESS 




Novy/Mod. Brown 



[Ml Ricchord's 

ISO Nossou St, in Princeton 
Phon« 924-«785 



ANTIQUES 

Bought and Sold 

Eorly American Furniture 

rough or reody 
One mile north ot N. J. 
State Police Station on U. 
S Hwy No 1. left lo- 
wu U Kingston. 

W. P. REYNOLDS 



We've taken mony morkdowns and made greol super buys lor 
this sale. Sorry, we can't advertise names but we've left the lobets 
In for you to see. 



HAITER 
TOPS 
3.99 


PANTS 

7.00 

rog. H-16, 
sizes 5 to 13 


Fomous MakefS 

TOPS 

Halters, U Nocks 
Great Colors 

1/2 PRICE 


JEANS 
3.99 

slight 
imperfeclions 


Famous maJtrr 

SHIRTS 
4.00 
'cg. 10. 


Famous 

Colifomia Maker 

Junior 2 pleco 

SWIMSUITS 

1/2 PRICE 


Missy 
100^ Polyester 

PANTS 

7.00 

r«g. 14 u> 2(1 


SUCKS 

4.99 


VESTS 

1.99 




SALE STARTS THURSDAY, 
MAY 10 at to A.M. 

BonkAmericord • Mosier Charge 

FASHION DECK 

ol The Marketplace Shopping Center 

Rt. 27 A 518 (5 milet north of Princeton) 

Open Thurt, and Fri. till 9^30 p.m. 




-Town Topics, Princeton, N. J,, Thursdoy, Moy 10, 1973- 



MAILBOX 



Hl^D S4odv Not Necdrd. 

Tto the Editor of Town Topirs: 

The Princeton Township Cil 
i2«i*s Housing Adrisory Coun- 
cil was ^siabltshed in May. 1SS3 
to advise Township Commit- 
tee on housing policy. iMih 
specific emphasis upon low and 
nii>derate income housing. 

In its resolution. Township 
CommiUee iwognized the im 
pact that housing polic>' has on 
the social composition of the 
community and that housing 
policy should be formuUlt^ 
with due regard to the opinions 
of the community's residents. 

The Citiwns Housing Advis 
cry Council limnly behoves 
that the Yedlin project, consist 
ing of 100 units of low cost 
housing .is of crucial import 
ance in revlonng a balance to 
our community .It also main 
tains that the project has the 
solid support of the community 
at large. 

In November. 1971. Township 
Committee declared the exis- 
tence of a need for low-rent 
housing not being met by pn 
vale enterprise. Smce that timt 
the need must have become 
more urgent because the cost 
of housing has increasfd and 
no further low-cost housing has 
been built. 

The social composition ot the 
communtiy is, in fact, under- 
going substantial change he 
cause long-slandlng Princeton 
Township housing policy has 
not been Implemented in 
to slop the eicodui of loi 



posed project (or 100 units of 
low-income housing in Prince 
ton. pending the outcome ot a 
full environmental imoact slu 
dy prompted by the petition of 
I some 100 Princeton residenLs 
'This is distressing news. I 

Since 1968 it has been the! 
firm official position of 
succes'^ive bipartisan govt-rri 
ments of our community lu 
promote the construction of 
550 units of low income hou-. 
ing to relieve the manife^l 
hardship of our less fortunate 
neighbors in this otherwise af 1 
fluent community. This oublic 
pohcy has continually been en 
dorsed and urged forward by 
major community organua 
lions. 

The ■ 



wmrswHO 



nSSAir Conditioning 
'^ss— Automobile: 

AZ RADIATOR a AIR CONDI 
TIONIMO._AII typt» 



■ Prin 



I fai 



Yedhn project is long o 



The new HUD order for a 

majiw environmental impact 

Study 13 the latest barrier b 

^ainsl fulfillmg the commim 

ity's housing objectives, Wi 

are confident that Prrncelor 

residents distinguish betweer 

legitimate concern for [lie en 

Tlronment. on the one hand, 

and excessive dem.■lnd^ nut nor 

mally required of a project o( 

this sue. on the other. These 

demands would only serve to 

undermine the conimutiily's 

true inleresl. 

We affirm our support ot the 
Yedlin project as an essenlial 
step toward providing the low 
cost housing that Is needed In 
Princeton now. 

MAftlANNE REi:S, 
Chairmar 
CitiMn's Advisory Council on 
Housing for Princeton 
Township 

Low Cost IIouNing Needed. 
To the Editor of Town Topics: 
FolloAing is a letter I have 
aenl to James Lynn. Sucre- 
tary of Housing Eind Urban 
Development. Washlngti " 
C. I urge others to expresK 
their suoport ot the Vedlln 
project by writing lo Sccre 
tary Lynn. 

LOIS DK MENIL 
124 Brookslone Drive 

I have just learned thai 
your Department has Irnpuscd 

an additional dcby on the pro 




SELECT 
USED 
CARS 

NINI 

Chrysler-Plymouth 

809 Stare Rd. 

(Roufe 206, Princeton) 

924-3750 



Yedlin" project, as i 
IS known locally. meeU t n 
conditions set forth by o u 
government acting as the legi cooi 
timate voice of our commun I ^^'^'^ 
Ity. Our goicrnmenl has acted. ^S,r 
rmponsibly in examining thii rr»n 
project through months of pub 
lie hearings Us decision does 
not deserve to be called into 
question by the obstructionism 
of a vocal, wcUorgani/ed few, 
who would abuse the author- 
ity of your agency by using 
it for their own ends. It is an 
insult to the citizens of Ihi-. 
communily lor you to call into' 
question the good faith of our 
government by I m p o s i n c 
further delays on thl.s project Ipuli 

The questions raised In the 
letJtion of 100 of the 25,000 
clli;^ens of Princeton are not 
new. They were all raised dur 
Ing the unusually long hear ' 
Ings before our Zoning Board 
where the opponents' qucs 
tlnn« were answered In hours 
of expert tr"ilimony concern- 
ing the safety of the sile, the 
traffic conditions, the ecologi- 
cal safety of Ibe local bird 
population, the connecHon be ' 
tween low income and vice, 
cr/me. delinquency, mental re 
tardalinn, etc. 

This town is conscientious 
in Its concern or the environ 
ment. The problem of infiltra 
lion into the sewers Ls In the 
process of hang corrected, 
and will definilely he correct 
ed by the time of the Yedlin 
irojecfs completion. Thi 
transcontinental gas pipeline 
runs acrots Princeton, and In 
deed then- ore luxury homes 
closer lo Uie pipeline than the 
proposed project. 

The ^lte eho.sen for thk 
project h exceptional In its 
proximity lo shopping and 
public Ir.iMsporiatlon, An even 
cursory glmire al the pliin% 
will rmenl the care that hai 
been taiten to make the proj 
ect otlrnctlve and well Bd;nl 
cd lo Its rural surroundings. 

Bui ihf-e Issues do not nd 
dress the heart of the mnller. 
which is Ihc delerminalion ot 
Ihe petitioners to thwart the 
project at all costs, as evi- 
denced by the case wllh which 
Ihey shirt tlieir "concerns" at 
public meetings from Ihe en- 
vironment, to glielloes. to 
technical hedges such an tliedr 
un3ucce1^(lll letyil proceeding 
to def.Hi the project by Invok 
ing a formal procedure in Uic 
Slate of New Jersey, whereby 
a Zoning Board may drfral » 
pniject l»y delaying 11 tor 00 
days. (In lliU case, the in 
credible lenglh of the irocced 
ings befiire the Zoning Board 
and their .simultiineous eon 
sider;illon of another case 
drew Ihe Yeiiliri decision past 
that limit ) 

Motl public policies have 
Inelr advocates nnd their op 
ponenl-;, This is no exception 
But it ennnot be the outcome 
of n democralic system of 
government that the tew Im 
po^e their will on the many 
Our govi'innicnt has dealt 
fairly willi this proJe<'t's op 
ponents Indeed, their unflag 
glng liiviTitiiins lo engineer tlie 
dete.it or the project have un 
doubli'dk miide this project 
appear controversial, which U 
tar from true Tlie public rec 
ord will sliHw clearly the my 
riud groupi nnd indivitlii;ilv 
which sunported the Yedlin 
project at puTilic meet Ings, 
nnd which remain committed 
to its rr;ili73tion. 

I urge you to rescind the 

— ConiinuM on N*rt Ptg* I 

18 



Air Contlitioning & 
Heating Contractors: 

a^LBIRT A, CHINIV W S. iUla'.Q, 



Carpet 
Dealers: 



UTO FABTI — Fund 



(CoQld from Col *t I*rt) 
.ulo p*fU for »nyiJUn« *n I LOTH FLOORS « CEIL 
667 Si>uth»rd Si, Treo- *» 9»nhla»n Dr , Trcn JW^SOl . 
>M-S3SI OLDEN CARfET — Ten thaiuind 



Auto Repairs 
& Service: 



n DC* uriltj Tolil tomff 
ikImU nooM cUli .. . ._ 193-O3S0 
JSTiR. CERARO M., HTC. 4 
OOLIN6 lYlTEMt, INC. Auth 
_.. ;._ Tol»l 

uu i-yr. parU & 

(u...ute« 13 HobArt Av*, 
miUI or lioctll 717 1 929 
EHCeviLLE FUEL 16 Cordon 
L*wreDoevtD« (looM) 89fr0141 
LEWIN ASSOC 
rxJttloiilnK; Hevtlni; Humldl/1 

>, Cenim • 

, .. Window l''>it- 
Solcfl. Srrvliv. InitUlstioD Prino. 



CORNER AMERICAN 
G« wm>fT9p»vjn. Pm. OT4-780I 
MPORTEO CAR SERVICE. II 
SorvloloB Bporto & Icnporled c 
In liiLi >m for 10 yrs 220 Hu«il 
■ -■ aB2-lM3 
OE-S CUI 




CADILLAC AUTH. SALIt A tIRV 

ICI. 0» Anf»Ui Motv Co., UOa 
UvlncMoB A**., No. ItruiKwirk 
(1011 M9^U 
PRITrS — BMW ft OATtUN ■itUi 
air. ft«lM, aFrvir*. parti, !,[»«! 
«»r» SS yr» •<p*rlra«w 1371-M r 

>... . jm;o7» 

HOLBCRT'I rORtCHg 

S?'", *-.*'"'" '*" E»-«on n->. 
WArrlnCton. ■•■ 4S mm Irom I'm 
T diU (n>m N»w lloix IIWUMM 

"" • i5."* • "«^ • -"fp 

Sal(4; iinler; atrtt mmi*i 
f^>NOn * n,VlVc.\H, int. . _ 

LUIIK OLDSMOBILE, Inc l)irr« " 
f»eloi7 OldnnobllB new rtj- iiir 
UliKl «^ HiM ,jo ft IM /Sird,; 
wwo IIS mm irvm IVn i »a474a 
PRINCE CHEVROLET SjI<« « s»r 



I Auto 

} leasing & Renting; 



Town Topics, Princeton, 



I ir«rfif til ; 



Carpet 
Dealers: 

lOOR COVBRINS CO. CU. 
t«»mlt TM, LlnM(,ia 

Moy 10, 1973. 



Gift Shops: 

PRINCETON OIFT SHOP Uol» 
Tui* e,,fn . Jewrtrr — jv-t«i - 
tr,K-U -Muec BocM 1] PaUarr 
Sq Wo*. Fra »i«ii3. 



IN THE LOCAL BUSINESS SCENE ? 

Your Neighbors Know- 

CONSUMER INFORMATION BANK 



-AND 
THEY 
TELL 



CONSUMER 
BUREAU 



OO' 



Mailbox 

— Continued From F«e 

order for an environ mental 
impact study, and to give ef- 
fect to the legitimately ex- 
pressed will of this commun- 
ity to provide housing for its 
low-income citizens. 

NJNPI Aided by Funds. 

To the Editor of Town Topic;: 
— ■dminiilered by Md fof tocil consumen lod fininced by CoMumcr Bure»u Regiiiered buuoMi' 1^ Association of the N. J 
fwple who choose 10 ADVERTISE — here or djewhere — the fsci thai Ihey are on our R«P»ter.|^^ ^AvSr'Jlc i'^*' .'^ "'^"'' 
(Olher Consumer Bureau Regisiered biuine-M people, who do NOT (iilwertjse iheu Consumer Bureau Re- '""'^■^ i\)±'JLb for its excel- 
BJitraboQ lod do NOT ihcfetore conliibuie to luppon of Consumer Bureau. «rc neverthelen listed fre« '^"' coverage, botli in the past 
of cbwse on our complete unpublijbed Regjster — which can be checked by pbone kt 9:j-033S when a™ most recently for the April 



—Your 
local 



of the lirra you are checkins.) 



1^3 Hardware 
@S stores: 

HARDWAKE CORP. ntrrthlsi tot 
Bun* A G«rdeD; piinl; hiwn; 
wtadow ahidfai iooli; plomblixg. 
•l*e Kut; fro. Shop Ctr. VMJISS 

J. J. B. HARDWARE TooU; t>luml>- 
tOC * Hcc suppl; fcol bdnTV 
m« ofr-fl(ree4 pdj-klni. 23S WUh- 
ervooo. Prlncelon. ^4-5732. 

LUCAR HARDWARE Paliit. bdwrv, 
toolj. pIumbLne & ctrc <u[>p); 
hoii»ewir*i, Op*a 




I Heahh Food 
I Shops: 



^ Restaurants: 

Col II Left) 



CAPITOL LICffTINO WATCHUNO El 
Complete UKhtlng wrrlMi — wJm ' 
A dMlcn. US. H»y 31, No Pliln 
fldd (33 mln Irom Prni WITST-tTTT 

HAMILTON HOUSE Fin* Furnllura 
HaS at M, Hamilton Sq M7-OSC6. 



gyj Organ Dealers: 

I - (Cont'd rroi 

NASSAU INN 

Brriikfait* Luncheons Dtnacr* 

———. I Cockt*llj» opfn 7 ».m.— 10 p,in. 

ifwwi paintinq; Decorating ' p»im« s<ij«r*. pnnceton wi-tsm 

|00»1 ^ r. • PEACOCK INN— Lunoh— Dinner— 

^' '^ Paper iianging ruLktaiu, Aivt rn* pmoqcic ai 

t PAIMTINO CO, Interior '■">■ '>»r 20 Bayard Lin" iii.rf nti 



High Fidelity; Stereo , 
Sales & Service: 

L ELECTRONICS GuJiran- 
.'■ii-L-rrt' TV, Ri:jJ..r.il)l<;l| 



(Lightning 
Protection: 

.ISHTNINC ROD CO. 



;-li^.;.f,irrr.|n.Ji].-lrv WW Ceni 
rriTil. 69:i-iSlU 01 G9MIM7. 
HEA LISHTNINS ROD CO. 
ln-wrller»- L»Stl 5»rvlc« H . . 
- Church — IniliiitrT P O Boi 



Qmllly w 
pVft, M4-77S* 
CIBBS, LEI SpODlJlldni: In : 
dcniu) pilntlng & dwwratJns. 
terlor A »---- "■— "- ' 



pquip. ..ii-L-r'. 'IV, 
prices ?;'^-i-L'<:.. 
CARNEGIE MUSIC C\ 
& HI-FI svAinvi «]t 
Audio lc.-i.*^jrH;J 
Ctr, I' S aifi Pm SSI 



1 Skn 



' Home Cleaning: 



(Insurance 
Agencies: 



CAPITAL INSURANCE ASEr 

No-Fault auto iTiiurancc; euii 
ropnt I'Un 33 Brad way 
EivlTie Town I hip ilooal) BS 
CULICK ACENCV. THE 
Prafmlonial Insurance 5i*rv: 
360 Nanau St . Prlncotiin 



CELLAR nn« aMrctloD of do- 
itlc A Importpd »lnn & »plr 
rrf* drlipery. let GIixairiTC 
jj. 171 NSJuau, Pm Anipl* 
In r*»r WHW79 or (34 IWZf 
COMMliNITY LIQUORS - I.arce 
»<:lecUon oi Imported wln«rj A llq- 
uorj. Tr»» delivery, U Wltntr- 

apoon, Pm, — _ ., PH-07SO 

VARSITY LtaUORf — far Good 
Splrltilt \.*if lelfctlon of fine 
Am»rlc*a A Importad Wlnti. 
Cordlali, Bc*T Trea deUvrrr t34 
Nauau St.. Prn, ... .. »S4«e3B 
WINI A SAME SHOP Imrorltd A 
Amcrleui Uquor. wines A bei 
Glajsware rental A ») 



BO Interior 
@S Designers: 

PRINCITON DtCORATlNO : 



. . Member: 
of Dptlitneri. 
Prn. W4-lB7n 



^S Jewelry Shops: 

KALMUt JEWELERS 

Ilc^quartet* for eraduBtlon 

and weddlni: ftTta. 

«'/} Chambers SI,, P/n, (II4-1M3. 
MILADY 

45 Palmer Sg Wrsl. Prn. 02174M I 

HB Kitchen Cabinet 
03 Contrclrs. & Dirs: 

KAPRI KITCHRNi, Ine, Pro(e«*1on 
tX d e i 1 I n and InHalUUtm 
JJU Soutn Uroad St., Trenton (It 
uiD from Pro,) MS-41M 

QUAKER MAID KITCHENS BY 
DAVIS. Ini Wp ilo Uio cuinr'li Ic 
-■'-■'_ •it sUti.' 



I Landscaping 
I Contractors: 



I Liquor 
I Stores: 




Prlnct 



Nu 



""SP 



■ mn 



Luggage & Leather 
Goods Shops: 



MARSH A CO, PHARI 

FltEE nEl.lVGllV 
* :ia Ntusu Stref^ . 



.UTTMANN'I 



Prlnpffton PM-07M. 



UCOACe SHOP - 
Play bo: 



na Meat Markets 
9 & Dealers: 

CISARE'S INC. Meat*: Frrih A 
Froim. WhIiU netUI, llsmlllon 
A Cainlon Avi, Tr«o. FTea dellv 
(IS mln, from Prn.) m-Uil 

HARDY'S FOOD MARKIT Quality 
'•■■•-'•— ahop, 01(1. ---^ --- 



■onal I 



21» Klvi 



n.3' 
Av,, MUl- 

ii-ssiflm 



I Photo Equipment 
' Sales & Service: 



. .- JMlllT 

FREESH CAMERA SHOP, INC, 
Eventninf pbolognphk for the 
amateur A profnolonaL Pro 
Shopping Ctr. 024AUT. 
PRINCETON (HUTTIRBUO. THE 
Total photoiiraphlc aupplira & 
icceiiorlci JJ Palra»r Sq, W„ 
Pilnocton 0:4-SMa 



I Men's Clothing 
Shops: 



I Milk & 

' Dairy Products: 



DECKER'S DAIRY I 
A all dtirr i>r<idii 
tlrllveir In Pin 



r.gt Not V 

inc 44BJ>1C 



DOERLER L AND tC APIS, 
■cap* Ueilanlni. Sludi 
(eacu; patli - " - 



. B Cordon i 



iiwrencWiiiV i-S..::.:.. «*-m( 

A. MAHRAIZD LANDSCAPINO Do 
silflht; plantlnjf. Bod; utirulii. 
Lawn milnt, 40M Quaker UrUtfe 
Rd, Lawr Tivp. BSO^aSB 

PRINCETON CAttDENIKO AND 
LANDSCAPINO tAwn malnt, aTAl 
DDltlnsi vlirubberyi topaoll: Iriic 
ifmovaU Mnckade tenceu; Pallod 
Prlnocton. WI-2744, 

RHODO — BIRCH NURSERY A 
LANDSCAPINO Creative JipineJe 
A Modern LaniL*ospln(, C'ompleU 
conatruotion. llghUni A aecet 
aorlei. Tren ilocal tall) lU-SftM | 

VILLAOE NURSE RIBi Coiorl'-te 
Us* D( nur(Fr> slock anil laidm 
■UPpUei, York Rd. BlEhtrlown |1S 
mln, from Prn l «4B-049S 

WASCO Lindxap'g A Malnton't*. 
Be an Early BIril . . . luvo )-»ui 



! Motorcycle Dealers: 
Soles & Service: 

it COOPER'S CYCti RANC 



lliuquaiatiK. «»e lite, JS. Hamlin 
Sg, 110 mln. from Pm) U7-flt34 
SPORTSMAN KAWASAKI — Ttlcc 
MlnJ Tr»ll' SaOT 



i.j[ 



BH Moving 
WS »■ Slorngei 

BOHRRN-S MOVINa A ITONAOt 

Ixical A long diilane* movlnf t, 
■loiai* Aulb agenU fur United 
Van IJnei Princeton _ *il 1300 



. HI US, 1 
or Motor V*hld. 

II wiMoa. 



fcrtllliwl, 



bBMi2M 



jjjjllf Musicol Instruments: 

lUNTERDON Muikal Inilrumer 



'Pet Shops: 

ARK PET STORE Free friendly 

,rtvl«> Tropical fWi, pet* A sup- 

. R-te. 77. Kendal] Park Shop- 

rloojll Ml— 2ff7'3BJ3 

CK KENNELS— 



n«\ 



I Phormacies: 

PHARMACY Pr 

lllhertpoon. Prn. 
UNCTION PHAHA 



934.4000 
Sh..p Ctr. K4-T123 
PHARMACY 
Nauiu At KiJifm 



^Sia Piano Dealers: 

4AMM0ND Organ I. Pliino 



I Service Stations: 

CRICCS CORNER AMERICAN 
6C WItlU'rspoon, Prn 924-7691. 

JOE'S CULF SERVICE 
Ulc I A Wash Rd . Prn 4S;-96T0, 

PETEA MIKE'S MOBIL SERVICE 



171 


avird Lane, Prn. •'24-3293. 


BB Sewing Machine 

AMERICAN SEWINO A VACUUM 
CTB, Prn Shop Ctr (»21-22i06 



lual. 

We would also like to express 
our appreciation to the many 
friends of the Institute in the 
Princeton area for their par- 
ticipation in our fund raisi.-iji 
events. 

With your help we have been 
able to provide and maintain 
a swimming pool, air-condition 
the children's unit, purchase a 
kiln for occupational therapy, 
provide funds for behavior 
modification and a summer 
day camp program. 

Our success obviously de- 
pends upon you and we are 
grateful for your continued 
support. 

CINTRA C. SANDER 
(Mrs. Hans K. Sander) 
President 
Ass'n. of N, J. N. P. 

Book Sale a Success. 

To the Editor of Town Topic; 

The Bryn Mawr Club t. 
Princeton recently completed 
lU 43rd annual sdiotarship 
benefit book sale. Again, the 
sale was a success, and the 
club will be able to continue its 
support of scholarship students 
at Bryn Mawr from the Prince- 
ton area. 

most gr.^teful to the 



|H| Shoe Repair 

JOHN'S SHi 



SHOP Expert re- 
', lufdie, hind- 
le A alhlcUc ahots 
nt. Prn Ki-ii9t. 



' Snow Blowers: 



HHI Snowmobile 
SSS Dealers: 

.ARRY'S — MOTOSKI IS 



I Surgical Supply 

II & Equip. Dealers: 



Ij^Hjl Plumbing & Heating 
SS Contractors: 

WINDSOR PLUMBING A HEAT'O 
Free f'rt H \Minl»it H,1 iriiH 

Sjjjyjl Printing: 

(OPY KAT OF PRINCETON 

1101 SlaUR.!, il'.^ a»| 



Real Estolt 
Agencies: 



HOUOHTON REAL (STATE 

( PALHnt SQUAAE EAST 
OooaKd In lb* Naaaau Inn Bide) 
PDnertoD nt-iOOl 

MARIE P. DEY REALTY Sportalli- 
1(111 In feJilil..nlH, pniiwrilea. M 
N Main. iTmibury {\ai*i cAdI 
Or.il WO. 

t. J. KROL. Reallor Cidual** 
»(enU for Koannnor Ln CraDbary, 
Iteii, A Com'l • eonvenlent orncea 
ln« 1000 SUU ltd , Pm rM«.T57Sl 
and 1410 I.»wren« Hd . Lawr 
Twp. Ilooal call: M2S000). 

REALTY SERVICE ASSOC, dill 
bi-lh Ncnjoth, Brottpr, TS IJvlng. 
Brain 101— A4V 



U41 L 



--]9T-3( 



IHBBI Lawn, Garden & Farm 
^ Suppl.& Equip. Dlrs.: - 

ADLER a. SONS-SNAPPER ,1 

Rldln,' ,■• i^..-k]r.- l.iMH iii.>". I ir 

Uwy, iJu, N„rl(i llriiivwiiii 
(local tiUj 201 —uy?-;-!?* 

BELLB MEAD FARMER! CO-OP 
ASSN. WUd trlrd seed: bird feed- 
er*; Sunflower aeedi. Snow re- 
moval c<iulp. Line nd ott 100, 
BeU* Head rloctl calll 3&951T1 

LARRY'S-SIMPLICITY MOWERS A 
accessories. Pull uae lawn A car- 
den power c(]iilp. Oomp, scrvlci.- 
facllltla, 152 Amu-eU M Nejihsn- 
ic (20 mln. away) 301— 3n»-73ai, 

LEWIS A SMITH MOWER SER 
VICE, Inc, InleroaUonal Cub 
Cadet dlr Ulc SIB. Blancnburf 
looii calll 4M043I. 



OILATUSH NURSERY. - 



gj^ Nursery Schools: 

.EICOI. ALVNDA DAY NURSERY 



^S7^ Restaurants: 

BLACK BART S SKlk 



I TV; Stereo; Hi-Fidelity I 
f Sales & Service: 

:LL ELECTRONICS r,iiar:.n- 



prifiw 7901495 
TOWNSHIP TV SI 
I'ast a 



( Anter 



TV. 



2*30 Prn, Plko d.jCiJl 1*83 7331, 
rRANSISTOR Equipment Svc Clr 
Dovolcd ctcluMvHy lo SBRVtCE 
Factory Auth, for over 40 Brands 
ISO Scotcb ltd . Tren, UuoalJ BtL3- 



daim 
you have a' 
justified' 



Involving any buslnesB 
firm located wlLhln 25 
mllcfl of Princeton, c*U 

924-0338 

and Conaumer Biir«Au 
win either get the niAt- 
t«r straightened out to 
your satLsfactlon or will 
remove or i>ar the bual- 
ncss firm from the Con- 
sumer Bureau Register. 
'Juttifled in the opinion of 
CoTuumfT Burtau't Fontl of 
focal unpaid coniumtr 
t'oluntecri ( riorn» on f«- 

VOLUNTEERS INVITED! 



mmEstab 1967 
^a?2^ A Non-Profit 
Organization 



I Tennis Instruction: 



croup ln«tnn-tl 
Hsad (local r^ 



MIche 



WX Tire Deolers: 

BUDNY'S TIRE SERVICE 

Un Dealer, Hcrculea; T 

free nitrogen inTallon IB20 
Drunnvich Ave. Trenton. t»44141 
DUNLOP TIRES 
AU AUa* Rlmi aiailable 
JOSH'll J ISTEMRS A M>S.1 
lUc 2M. ITlncclun 9a*-»177, 
PRINCETON CITCO 
FIrmrtono tWce for AroeriMn, 
C«mp««t A nirflm Cans. Prtnie- 
ton Shopping Ctr. TH-ttHJ. 



f Travel Bureous: 



K^nfd from Col, at t*n) 

TRAVEL PLANNING ASSOCIATES 

A Full Service Travel Afcnoy 

Hour!: Mon.-We^.-Frl 9 to e 

Tucs -Tliura. 9 to 3 and Sat, 10 to J 

FUHE PARKING 
900 State Road. Prlnty-ton »24^M1 



I Tree Service: 



EHEARER TREE tURSflONS _ 

labUatied 1930. ProftMdooal trea 
care, PliU Alspscb prop 



I Toy Shops: 



COACH A FOI 
at lh« Tewn I 

I^unie Dinn. , _ 
Rte 31 lltiln rXil 
IS mln. from Prn 
EL BURRtTO Meilmn cuUlne H. 
BtminpliiTo, Calprinc, All fuotLi 
can 1^0 lakcn out. U Main, Kin^ 



RESTAURANT - lOOfl 
I* Motel: i-ocklali UfHT 
Dinquel ficlllUM SMITH 
■" * "■ J, Tpko — SALES 



Trailer Dealers: 
Camping & Travel: 



i Truck Leasing 
& Renting: 



Wal Upholsterers: 

CHARLES J SKILLMAN CO. Uph- 
r^p»lr. )'s Sprlnj 81f««l. Pr 



fm Vacuum Cleaner 
^ Dealers: 

AMERICAN SEWINC t VACUUM 



Recycling 
Schedule 

BoroDgh: Wednesday 
May 16 — GREEN GLASS. 

Township: Next collection 
begins week of May 13. 

Newspapers and maga- 
zines tied in separate bim- 
dles; clear and colored glass 
in separate containers. Col- 
lection by voting district: 
Monday No. 2, 3. 9. and 12; 
Tuesday 5 and 10; Wednes- 
day. 1 and 4: Thursday, 6 
and 7: and Friday 8. 11 and 
13. 

Hopea>?tl Valley Area: 9 
a.m. to noon, first and third 
Saturdays at the Hopewell 
Township landfill, second 
Saturday at the Pennington 
Firehouse. Broemel Place, 
Paper metal and glass will 
be accepted. The Rockwell 
Manufacturing Co.. Somer- 
set Street, Hopewell Bor- 
ough, will accept recycled 
material daUy. 



community, which contributed 
by the box-, bag- and shelT-fuU 
the thousands of books we sold. 
We are also grateful to Town 
Topics for its continued effec- 
tive support of our effort. 

We will shortly announce col- 
lection arrangements for the 
coming year. In the meantime, 
those interested in coniribuling 
books may contact a club mem- 
ber. 



\QS3l Travel Bureaus: 

KULLER TRAVEL CO. 



;un. 11 to mtdiUKbl. II wllhef-l'W N»J*»u SlreeL PtlMMoD 

:•». Prn Ht^MS «t4 tSH 

Conlliiucd in \»»t Oalimm) | tContLnuTd in Ne« Coliinui) 

Town Topics, Pfineelon, N. J., Thyridoy, Moy 10, 1973 



■B Women's Weoring 
Wi Apparel Shops: 

DlJiT_r,t \a»^io, Prn 
Man -Sal 10 lo 1 tiM-UAI. 

HERMAN'S SWEATER BARN PU* 
ieltctloD or ladle** oeArlne a* 
NJel; nreattn iportiwear Wind 
*or.Eainbure R d UctuU 4tA0;M 

"ii " 



ISABEI. SPENCER 

Bill Kight WiU Be I^lifised. 
To the Editor of TOWN Topics: 

Thank you for the excellent 
coverage of Rev. Bill Kight 
and his street ministry in 
Princeton in your May 3 edi- 
tion. This is a man who wdl 
be missed in the community, 
especially. I am sure, by 
those young people with whom 
he has spent countless hours 
the last eight years, 
is leaving us for a 
greater opportunity and chal- 
lenge, but not because his 
ministry here is finished. Some 
people may believe that a srteet 

nistry is really not needed 
the Princeton area, but it 
does not take one long on 
hearing Bii! tell of some of 
the many problems he has 
tried to help young people 
meet to know that such prob- 
lems are continually arising. 

Therefore, the Princeton 
Presbyterian Commission has 
affirmed that this is not a 
nistry of one capable man. 
but an ongoing ministry need- 
ed by the community. 

Support for this ministry 

as come from the churches, 
_ Vic organizations and individ- 
uals who have been concerned 
about the needs of our youth 

■hich have not been met by 
other sources. This support 
will be needed. 

We who have worked with 
Bill thank all those who have 
generously provided support 
;tnd urge that their voluntary 
contributions continue so that 

n adequate successor can be 

mployed. 

To the young people who 
ave found a willing ear. a 
counselor and a friend in Bill 
Kight, I a^ that they realize 
Bill will now be trying to help 
others perhaps with greater 
problems. We ask. also, 
patience while we seek to find 
another man. hopefully one as 
unusual as Bill Kight in his 
-.bility to relate. 

To Bill, we say Godspeed 
and success In your new 
I lure. 

RAiLPH BLOOM. JR. 
Chairman, 

Princeton Presbyterian 
Commission 

Rummage Sale a Success. 
To ihe Editor of Town Topics: 
all the people in the 
Princeton community who 
it>uted to the suircess of 
rummage sale at the 
n American Sportsman's 
Club, for the benefit of the 
Medicil Center at Princeton. 
WE THANK YOU 
The next sale Will be held 
!hc (irst week m October, 

ANNTE SH.\W SITTIi; 
B.\RB.\RA GRAEL 
Co-chairmen, 
Rummage Sale 



XeiPs Of The 
CHURCHES 



CONFIRSUTION SET 

For 110 by SI. Paul's, The 
Prmcelon University Chapel 
will be the site of confirmation 
ceremonies Thursday at 4 p ml 
{or 410 children, plus several 
more adults, from the parish' 
of St- Paul's Roman CaUiolc 
Church Bishop George W. Ahr.i 
S.T.D-, of the Trenlon diocc^c 
will officiate, j 

Confirmation marks Ihs 
ritualization of the coming of 
the Holy Spirit to the indtvid] 
ual. just as the S^Irtt cnmc 
to the Apostles on the Pen" 
cost following the Resurrec- 
tion. I 

In Ihe first century the 
apostles waited in the Uppcrj 
Room for the fulfillment of; 
Christ's promise of the coming 
of the Spirit On Ihc day of| 
the Pentecost the Spirit came, 
and Peter went oul on .1 bal- 
cony and promptly converted 
3.000 listeners, St. Paul's has; 
not come close Ui that record 
but the confirmation class ofj 
410 is its largest ever, thus] 
the university chaoel instead: 
of St Paul's Church. ilieU for 
the service 

The children, mostly sitlhj 
and seventh graders, ivill be 
divided into 23 classes as Ihcy 
enter the chape!. Each class 
will follow a banner made for 
the contirmalion and display- 
ing one *ord chosen by the, 
class lo represent an out-| 
growth of the coming of the 
Spirit. 

Girls will he dressed in 
white robes; boys In red. 

Because oT the large num 
ber one man and one wrmicsi 
will servo as prosy sponsors 
for the candidates, Candidates 
win come in groups of 24 to 
the chancel of the chapol and 
kneel down. TTie .sponsor will 
place his hund on the righl! 



shoulder, as Bishop Ahr an- 
noinLs each individually on the 
forehead with oil and makes 
the sign of the crou. 

The candidates for confir- 
mation will sing at the ser- 
vice, accompanied by a npe 
cial ensemble arranged for 
Uu! occasion. The musical 
group, including several uni 
vcTsity studenUs and members 
of the SI P-iul's parish, will 
consiiit of folk and elwrlric. 
Boitar, trumpets, organ, lam- 
bnurine ^nd bass fiddle. 

Prep.ir.ilion for confirmation' 
began in January Under Ihcj 
siipervKion of Sister Gail No 
Ian, RSM. director of relig-' 
ions education at St, Paul's.' 
the cl,isses look religious in [ 
slrurtion. practiced music. i 
and engagw) in service activi- 
ties, including visitations to a 
nurnna home and an orphan- 
age, and an ecology project. 

The children are from St 
Paul's School. Stuart School 
and Princeton and Montgom- 
ery Township public schools. 

Confirmation classes have 
been gtven every two years at] 
St Paul'*, although the church 
is now considering changing 
that lo every year, 

OFFirER ELECTION SET 

By JewVh Center The wom- 
en's dlvi'ion of the Princeton 
Jewish Center will m e e tj 
Thuridav at 10 a m , for clee- 
linn and installation of newl 
officers. I 

Instead of Its customary: 
luncheon, the group will meet 
at a mtirntng coffee hosted by 
Mrs Nilhin Kasrel, Ml Pros 
pert Place. Mrs, Hersche 
Malt will install the new of 
ficers. 

Those nominated Include; 
president. Cythia Neufeld; 
vice preiident, fund ■ raisins 
Jane Jncohson and niion.i 
Porter; vice president. culMir 
lal. Beverly Beers: vice pre ,i 
dent, membership, A d e i i' 
Aain: trea.iurer. Anne Freed 
man; co^res^ondlng secretary. 



Nina Wolff: and recording scc-| or; William Jantsch. bass; Su 
relary, Myra Hochman. san Farmer, organ. For the 

The nominating committee offertory, BcUy Ann Berry 
includes Rhona Porter, Max will give a first performance 
me Gurk, Helen Ciildslein, of E T Cine'-. Psalm CXXI 
AniU Kasrel and Lillian' fo soprano and organ. 

Noble, I 

BULLETIN NOTES 

TRINITV PLANS TOUR ] A documentary film on a! 

Of Six Gardens. A lour of|ternale lite styles will be pre 
six Princeton gardens will besented Sunday. May 13. at 
held Wednesday. May 16. spon I 7:30 p m. at Christ Congrega- 
sored by Trinity Episcopal lion Church. The film, entitled 
Church I "The Spirit Says Go," will be 

Directions for the tour.' f»l'o*ed by a disc ussion time 

which will be run from 10 a m-| 

lo 4 p m,. can be picked upj A Mother^ Day lea, benefit 
at the church office. Thnsc;ot the annual women's day ac- 
who hsve opened their gjrden, livl'.ies at Firsl'Baptist Church 
for ihc tour include Mr. and will be held Sunday. May It. 

rs Russell H Butler, Mr. fr.m 4 6 p m. at the YMCA. 

id Mrs Stuart Duncan. Mr Av.iton Place Enlertainr 
and Mrs. John Hamel. Mr ' will be provided. Donal 
and Mrs David McAHm, and 12 30, 
Mrs Alexander P Morgan [ 

Punch and cookies will be; ,. ^ ^ Harlingen Reformed 
served in the afu-rnoon Jt,ei,urch, Belle Mead, will hold' 
Guernsey Hall, Fund»..«"">; a rummage sale Friday from 
" M p.m.. and Saturday 



FACTORY SLACK RACK 



i Sporl (oats of Fin.sl Qu: 
rl Near or Itctow Wlioli-salc 



Pjpersville, Pa. 
(215) 766-7487 



North ol DoyleslowD, 
off Rl. GU 



used II 



support of the Ho'pilal ; 



Chaplaincy. Evergrt 
Home for the Aged, and ( 
church activities. 
Rjin dale is May 17. 



the 



from 9-nonn Contributions cai 
be lalfen lo the church Thurs- 
day from 9 a m.-3 p.m. or from 
7 5 pm Call 359 3556 or 359 

I S»5 for pieku? of rummage. 

CHAPEL CHOIR TO SANG j 

Al Sunday Service The, ^^^-^^ Epfccopal Church 

ersily C^hapel;^,,, ^^j^ -^^ ^^^^g, ^Toiled 

a specia^l mu- .j.^.^^^ Offering Sunday Those 

nnot attend services 

.3UMU..J. "<■ •• •■^>" "■Mii.-i '"•;;, |,a( (Jay ar^ asked to send 

direction of Carl Weinrich, the ^ffj.-f to Miss MarietU E 

.?.''''■ Hf'J'i-^''^-V"lMM J Alwood custodian ot the of- 

\?S ■'^:ilirLt^'^ifc?ang-r-^-'«' ^^ ■«_Spnngd^l^Roa^ 

Soliits wilt be r»ma Sawat- jowethinc 

soprano; Grace Walker. |to«o to#. 



ZINDER'S 



pSwS^I Creative Playthings 

^ ' TOYS and GAMES 

for the Entire EamUy 
102 Nassau St. 921 2191 




Choir 

sical service in the Chapel, 

Sund.iy at II am Under the;, 



■alto; David H.iffelt, len-j'» 



Clll fU-UM 



img ^0^0^0*0t0mit0^0*0*0*0*^ 



Just returned from 
cross-country tour 

COLUMBUS BOYCHOIR Of PRIHCETOH 

by popular requMt 
featuring Charles Davidson's 

"I Never Saw Another Butlerlly" 

at McCarter Tlieatrc 

MondaY, May 14, at 8 p.m. 

Tickets now al Box Oliice 
921 8700 



SHOP FOR 
MOTHER'S DAY 

P.D.S. FAIR 

SATURDAY, MAY 12 

10-4 The Greal Road 

Benelil Printeton Day School 

Scholarship Fund 



The Arts Council of 
Princeton thanks yoii — 

people — for making 

a cold day ivarm — 
a party with art — art 

with people — people 

and party and art — 

and closing and opening — 



Thanh 



K you 



4. 

< > 



MUSICA NOSTRA ET VOSTRA 

Nalionol Corporolion of America 
and 

GftRRKON 39 ARMY & NAVY UNION, USA 

invites you <o attend a 
GAIA SPRING COHORT AND COTIUHW BALI 

SATURDAY, MAY 12. 1973 

at B:30 P.M. 

at 

ttOVA RESORT Jackson. N.J. 

SLamnS 

BRirVO GEORGE RONT\'. Tawr hwn BOl^lOI THEATRF. 

ai MOSCOW, 
LOLITA SALVAT, Soju-^bw tnnn tltt mO do JANEIRO 

OPERA COMPANY 
NiNO SINOO, Masic Diixvlor at Hv,' n^xn 

(Fomiftr DiixMtor of tlw Itomo OpoW 
U\NA WOLKONSKY, It-Yeoi OI.l H^jlily Tiik-nUni Pianist 
GE^NAD1 rOvlMON, Violaii.st 

Dancing to (he Music of ttw Fomoui 
CONTtNFNTAL ORCHESTRA, 

from New Yor<< 
For Tickets and AcroniniodjliMii, 



I>oajtioo: tS.OO 







-Town Topks, Princeton. N, J., Thursdoy, Moy 10, 1973 



Topics Of The Touu 

. m P»xe 7 I 

-unge bene-| 

.•nal train 

^! . - vvrien need 

cd. .jn.i .AoiiTP .ipproaches for' 

in>provin£ eiuplojco-cmployer 

To achieve the^e goals, 
NCaiE has trgfliiiied over 30 
local affiliates, and has en- 
couraged these Eirodps to de- 
velop their o\vn «orker-nin or- 
ganization, 

RECEPTION IS HELD 
B}^ Recording for ihe Blind. 

T7\e Princelon Unit of Record- 
ing For the Blind held a re- 
ception Sunday honoring the 
more Ihan 300 volunteers who 
de\'ote their time and talents 
to recording book$ for blind 
students throughout the 
country. 

The reception, which was 
held in the Common Room of 
the Institute for Advanced 
Study, was the occasion lor 
presentation of awards to vol- 
unteers with five. 10 and 15; 

years of service on behalf of, 

the blind. Ater Mrs. Johnft^^ waiting simi' nt 
Mulligan. Chairman of the The Princeton stu^lio, l..r,,k..j 
Princeton unit, had greeted the in the basement of the Theo 
guests Mr. Donald Staley, ex- tng.pQi Seminory-s Kdi.catmn 
' Building, is a con.stant hive of 
activity Mrs. Thomas Bogia, 
Studio Director, and her as- 
Mslanls, Mrs. Robert Winter 
and Mrs Susan Sachs, super- 
vi.ie the reading, monitoring, 
checking, duplicating, marking 
of book^. and the ^thipping of 
the Uipes as son as they 
ready. 

Through Iheir efforts and 
those of the volunleers, " 
lant twelve months have 
a production of 253 t^ped 
books, amounllnc to 4,026 In- 
ividunl tflpcs. This represents 
,052 reading hour<, and an 
qual number uf monitoring 
hours. 




SWIMSUITS 

2T lO 6X 

The Clothes Line 

On Tht Square 32J.20TS 

HOLTIS: Mon.-Frl. 9-5. Sal. 9^ 



ARCARO CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, INC. 

Builders and Contractors 
Residential and Industria] 
120 Cherry Valley Rd. 
Princeton 

924-5779 or 466-3352 




awards: 

For 15 years' service; Mrs. 
Thomas Bogia, studio director 
of the Princeton Unit, Mrs, 
Harold Chemiss, Miss Esther 
Dilworih, Mrs. Randall Ki 
Mrs. Robert McAUcn, Prof. 
Martt«n Morse. Mrs. Norman 
Mather. Mrs. James Scarff, 
Mrs, Slanley Smoyer, Mrs 
George Stevens. 

For 10 years' service: Mrs, 
Diins Hatcher. Mrs. Eric 
.lames. Mrs. Arthur Pardee. 
Mrs Richard Paynter in, Mrs, 
Hugh Samson. 

For five years" service: 
-lames E. Cames. Robert 
Davidson. Mrs. Franklin Dick, 
Mrs. A.M. ElMellgi. Miss 
Myrtle Goet»:, Mrs. Justin 
Kodner, Richard Mor.so, James! 
parson*. Mrs, Jnmcs Parsons.l 
Mr5 Albert Somi 
Van Zandl. His 
WefgeJ, Albert 
Raymond Willis. 



CIRCUS FAN: Mayor Robert Cawrley purchases the first 
ticker to the Royal Wild West Circus sponsored by the 
Princelon YfMCA Rongers on Sunday May 20. Some 90 
boys in the four Ranger Clubs wilt corn funds toward 
their Summer Camping Trips. Trey Peck is rhe satesmon, 
Michigon Club Leader Glen Ratnsley holds the Poster. 



^Pldasuzt 

GUIDE 



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Among the guests at the 
reception, in addition to Mr. 
Slaley, were Governor and 
Mrs. William Cahil). Dr. and 
Mr*. James I. McCord. Dr, 
and Mrs, Carl Keysen, Mrs 
Lalhrop Dauphinot, a member 
■ the National Board, and Mr. 
Peler Putnam, a member of 
the National Board and chair- 



man of the Princelon drive fori Pennington Pharmacy, Del VjI 
the nelinna! capital fund cam- 'Pharmacy. Oyer's Pharmacy 



Founded In 1958, The Prince- 
ton Unit of Recording For the 
Blind was founded In 1958 by 
Mrs. Ralph Rotnem who was 
honored in ab^tentiu ot the 
Sunday reception. Through 
Mrs. Rotnem's industry and 
-skill the Princeton Unit In the 
first ^ix months of Us opera- 
lion recorded H hooks. 

Readers were screened by 
voice testa n,* they still arc 
Today, because of the enor- 
mous demand and the vast 
increase In volunteers, these 
!)y*.t six month^ have seen an 
oiilput ot 13C book(. 

As word ot the organization's 
services has spread and more 
blind .students huve requested 
more books, the Princeton 
Unit has added two m 
cording booths, making a total 
of six; and a netond duplicat- 
ing machine has h.'id to be In- 
stalled. Tapes are duplicated 
p r omptly before heina sent to 

Correction 
Because of a lygographical 
error, the price of the di.scoui 
coupon book puhllithed h 
Astro PiJbllcations, 109 Na: 
sau, .ind on sale in various 
Pniitelon oullets, was incor- 
reclly given in l;inl week's 
Town Topics The Ixioklet 



First Reaikr. The first read- 
er In the Princeton Unit, ac- 
cording to Mrs. Mulligiin, was 
nroe Wado who re- 
corded a hlography of Wood- 
. , I row Wilson, "By an interesting 
,',!Y'"^.' coincidence," Mrv Miilllga 
added, "Pre.sidi-nt Wilson' 
name flguroR nt our assembly 
here today, for n blind Prince 
ton University student who is 
with ux this afternoon will be 
graduated next monlh from the 
Woodrow Wilson School of 
Public and Inlernalional Af- 
fairs, 

"Richnrd Ncnno of Buffalo 
I'ho has achieved a brilliant 
icademic record, has received 
during his four yean at the 
University. 276 taped hook; 
from Recording For the Blind, 
U of Ihcm taped right here 
in our sludlo." 



im 



Two Princeton area girls 
iive also used many tapea ot 
recorded hooks during their 
college years. Miss Susan 
Robinson, who recently won ( 
degree of Muster ot Musii 
trom Syracuse Unlvi?rsHy. now 
tenches ringing privately In 
Princeton. 

She Is hoping to use her 
talents In \'olce tniinlng at a 
high school or college, M' 
Robinson spends one day 
week as a vohinleer at the 
Princeton sludlo whore 
helps wlUi office work 
offers valuable suggestions on 
technical points In recording. 

And Miss Merrill Woolnough 
who Is grndiiating Uilii June 
from Hiram College in Ohio 
with a major In political 
science, hn^ found the Prince- 
ton Unit's recorded material 
invnluable in her work. Miss 
Woolnough volunteers her aer 
vi^.•l'^ during viicallons, 

Butli gkls are expert brnil 
ll.sts and they express theil 
appreciation for the help they 
have received by offering their 



ANN KLEIN FOR GOVERNOR 

Interested in volunteering or contributing? Ploase toll: 
Prir»c«tan: Muriel Falh, 9aHTS7, or Beliio SeliraiKT. flM-lSM 
lawTWicc Town.>*»ip: MtUlcent Taplow. S83-1877 
HopewD Valley: Ctn-Ja Ho\ve. TST-M-IS. or Joan Manilmic. 

466-155-1 (civaiings) 
We* Wirnisor To^\■nahip: Mne O'Neill, 911-6843 les'wAiss) 
Hi^-<awn ■ East Wi^lscir: BeUy Wilh«w»«in. M8-8842 
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Tickf!<; will also he sold by 
several area merchants who 
■re Mipporiing llie boys' effort. 
Thf-y include the Universi'y 
S!ore. V.-irsily Sports, Hink 
sons. Toy Carousel, and Center 
Stationers m Princelon. 

Also, in I.axvrenceville. 
Faihcr's, Lawrencevilie Shop 
ping Center. Lawrenceviile 
Hardware, In Pennington, Bar 
PIum.bing & Heating, 



oalgn of Recording For the 
Blind, 

The Committee on Arrange- 
ments for the reception on 
Sunday was composed of: Mrs 
E. Baldwin Smith, chairman 
Mrs. Bernard Barenholt?. Mrs. 
George Cook, Mrs. Gordon 
Guild, Mi',1 Kalherine l.vons. 
and Mrs, Mldiiicl Ramus. 

ClKCrT.S COMING HERE 

Sunday, May !0. Ninety 
Rangers of the Princeton YM 
gc II thru !5 years arc 

sc'lling tickets for the 
Royal Wild West Circus they 
are sponsoring on Sunday, 
Miiy 20, on the Princeton VM- 

rounds. 

circus Includes 17 acts. 
complete with animals, side 
show and, ol course, refresh 
mCTits, Two shows, one at 2 
p.m. and one at 7 p.m. will 
be featured ull under the Bij; 
Top. 

Included will he clown act^, 
high bur. Juggling, acrobatics 
;ind head hatancing, prancing 
ponies, sharp ahoallng, elc 
phnnls, and the tradilionnl 
circus band and Ringmaster. 



Wylie Hardware, and Western 
Aulo. In Princeton Junction 
Lucar Hardware and 206 Hard- 
ware ]n Montgomery Shopping 



— Continued On Page Ji 



Invites you to-J 
checic us out 



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The show will b« 
idcavor ol the rungi 
Uicir parents who ate 



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lltee to handle publicity 
■angiiiicnts. Mr. & Mrs, to 
rd Devlin fire Co Chnirmcii 
of tlie coniiniltec assisted by 
Mr, ft Mrs, lA>\iiH Verbeyst, 
Mr. Charles Johnson, Mr. & 
Mrs, I], E, I.andls, iMr, Jon 
Bauniunk. Mrs, Niels Nielsen, 
and iMr. Juhii O'Hnra, 

The txjj's hope to earn fund's 
to support thdr summer camp 
and trip program which will 
lake them U> Canada, Colorado. 
Maine, Upper Michigan, and 
the Florida Keys, 

This 1$ PriJicoton 

~<7ontltiu»<I rroiD rsK* I 
improvement of the north sidi' 
of Route 206 Is proposed, start 
Ing ihls year with grading 
and seeding, and perhaps de 
velo'ilng H wooded picnic area 
($45,000). 

In order, year by year, th.- 
report proposes lighting s i x 
tennis t-ourls (S32,000): retm 
lag the north side with such 
amenities a.s comfort stations 
($36,000): landscaping, path-, 
and utilllles ($42,000): devdop 
ing a nature area ($12,000); 
building a rustic nmphiihes- 
tre {$24,000) and, most cxpen 
sive of alt, constructing in 
1975, a pedestrian overpass for 
$102,000. 
Town Topics, Princeton, 



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DINNER-DANCE AT PROSPECT: Reservotions should be in by Moy 11 for the Universify 
teogue Dinner-Donee scl for Saturdoy, May 19, ol Prospett. Members of the donee 
committee ore, from left, Mrs, Chorles Westoff, Mrs. Mormon Ryder, Mrs. John Hopfield 
and Mrs Kenn Clork. 

erotic Ctult\ "Mixa the Can- 
didalcs Djiy." schi-dulcd to be 
hedl thl* Sunday, from 5 to 7 
p m, at tlie First Nalinnal 
Bank of New Jersey in Rocky 
Hill. 
Candidiil*-.! include Senator 
1 Bfnf):c *ill ln-il{.'iij Il.^lll^lIln sccrct.-iry ^'^'P'' DeRosc, Assemblywom- 
rcMdcnlof Ihr Mr, M.nry Jo Lpinhclser>" *"" '*!'•'" ,^%*^" "*i'l'' 
„„,..,.-,, -nd Prok-^slonal treasurer They will be >"• "''*"' '^"'T'-k''''m?™?J» , 
W«mi.n\ tlub ol Princrion ;.t stalled al [he dinner meeting -t^" ^V^"" pj'^*' *"' '"»*'^„2 
a dinner mctline to b*- hel.J ;it on Tu«duy, at the Old Yorke ."'hort pr^entation and respond 
For.galc Country Club on, Inn \"'Vt"^i^"l ., ... 



News Of 
Clubs and Organizations 



event reprrsenl; 
le in this xubemnlorial 
[he Monlgnm' 



or^gaic Country 
Monduy ai G p.m. | The Aisoelalion will al!0 ai. 

Mrs Bi-ncre, President of nounce at the dinner mectinu; '""*''■ 
J, B Bu'lness Services, fnc.'ihe recipient of Its annua! i*"^'"'''*:' J"^;"' '" ""',^'";"'Ti""» 
in Cranbury has been vice' scIiDlarjhip of (IM. which is "''^'■'".TJ"!' . !t.t hi =L.m 
president and served e^ rhi.jr- ^^esenlcd (n a senior cnlenng, "'■^ ?"fj?i'" ™i ,„ HitJ^n« 
man for several "mmitU'^s, in accredited registered nurses f.^e under one roof to discu^ 

She is active in community af- projtram. .'"',"' ""."J ^^'^AV' ^T P"?; 

fairs and a past president of JHecllnjls are held on [he "<^ '" Invjlod and the cost is « 

lhelVomjn.<ClobofCranbury tjilrd Tue.-dav of each month, P*"". ^"""■'•"t includes wjne 

Seplember May (excluding De ^"^ cheese for all. 

.Ilr.i William F. Turner, ^ast^.(,^nh^■^) a! Ihe Old Vorke Inn _. , _ ., 

president will bo the inslulling at 8 pm A different speaker .jhe ''"."''■f,,'';^ */°""*5,T 
officer. Other members to be j^ presented al each nionthlyn^'»"» .^'"^^ "'',''«''' '^^^ 
installed are, Mr*. William M, LeclinK and a dinner rneelingf""""' ^a^^^^' ^'?^„t '*^a'urj^ 
Maide7. first vice president; i, ,„.,d- ,„ Mav. For r>'rlheri''^%""°"^^«^>"\ f"^™ V^ 
Miss Julie Marcolini, "econd ,n,„rm;.lion. call 446-5825. \tJ^Jr} [^r^>h^ LLtI 

Ylce-prcsident: Miss Mwrlel "^e Eggcri Crosslna Armor/ 

Perrine. recording secretary si. Paul', PTA will sponsor 7, tl^P^^^^f'* i"" mad/?n ad 
and Mrs. Robert C. Schmidt. „ bake sale on Saturday ufterl'*"^"* ""*"''** "^ ""^^^ '" *<* 
treasurer _ . _- . _ . 

The •■,\uslri. 
gram arrai 
Affair* Committee, will fca ) Offered tor sale will be' 



nooeri v. 3<:nm.ai. „ hake sale on Saturday ""<■' Uancp fickcli al SIS per cou 

nucd !.)■ 11,0 World |,rt,„„, dtlcrla. Jon< Cg momter ot b); CJiU 

.mmlClco. will t™ oircrri lor sale will be '"|"'„S?' ,,1 rutlhor Itif 



many of the famous Au-drian 
food)!. Gerhard Markus. .issis- 
tam dlrecolr. Austrian Nation- 
al Touri*l office will h,- the 
guest speaker. The film. "Au-.- 
tria ■ Montage of PleiiMire" 
will be shown in nddi'inn to 
Tyrolean musical seleviions. 
IMembc^^ and guests m;iy mnUe 
make reservations with Mrs. 
Henry Tornell, 263 Herron'own 
Road, 



The Presbyterian Cciopera- 
live Nursery School will hold 
lit sprniR iiiecllnit ul Rl. An- 
drews Prctbylerlan Church. 
Thursd-iy. May 17 al S ^ m. 
Lew Gantwcrk. a school psy The leading Democratic 
chologisl for Princeton Schools. dUnlcs tor Governor hiive nc 
tor Ihe losl three years will b,-|ccp[pd invitations to .ilh-nd tli, 
the speaker and cnordinalor 01, ^l„,„j„n,,.ry Tonnship Di-mu 



er cakes, assorted cuiicakcs, 



The Friday Cluh will meet 
this Friday nt Pierce Hall. 
Trinity Church for the annua! 
spring luncheon at 12:30, The 
Millstone Trio, will entertain. 
The nrtiifls arc Jayn Rosen- 
feld Seigel. (lute, Randolph 
Ilnviland. bassoon, and Pliylli' 
Lehrer. piano, Anyoni- needing 
triinspiirtallon should lete 
phone the YWCA liefure II the 
niurning of the nieclinB. 



o( the Lions CUib. which stres' 
ighl corLservution and work 
lib Ihe blind. 

In connection with the affair, 
ihe Lions hove n souvenir pro 
d book, trom whidi ap- 
proximately ta.OOO is raised 
and donated book to the C«m- 
ily through llic various un 
dertaking!^ of the cliA. 

Womno's Cluh of Princeton: 

annual sprin- l-itn-'ir-i.i- nrvn- 

Thursdoy, M r. : , .■ "■■■ i-op> 
gnle C«uhir . I . . 1. . ■ in 
welcome 'I '-■' ■■ :-' -> ■ ■■■'■' '" 
followed -I); i.K .:i . ;,.;,, t^^iu of 
officers and .i pru^jriiiii ' Time 
Wilh Music" with Chiara Cic 
colelld. Assisting [he cliulrmar 
arr Mrs N.irciian II. J.ickM>n, 



icussi 



Halcv Bohen. Assistant Uean. 
of Students al Princeton Uni 
versily, will be the keynote 
speaker at the annual mem 
bcrshlp meclina of the Pis>tM- 
«ional Rosier o( Women Mon 
day at 8 p m. in the Iil)rary 
of Stevenson Hall, BJ Prospect 
Avenue A discussion period 
will follow. 

Before the talk and discus 
sion, there will be a short bus 
iness meeting to elect on exec 
utive board tor the coming 
year. 

The Ro,sler. a non-protit, 
volunl.iry employment agency 
mainl^iins an office in Steven 
son Hnll, The office Is cur 
renlly oien from 10 lo 12 30 on 
weekdays. Membership fui 
will be available at the nv 
ing for those who wish l<i join 
the Rosier or help the Roster 
w'ilii office worit or job de 
velopmenl. 

H i g h I s t o w a Reglslored 
Nurses A'*iorJalloD has elected 
new officers for 19TJ-197-I ' 
They are: Mrs. Noreen S.-c 
gers. president; Mrs. Carmen 
OBnt-n. vice president; Mr= 



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n'nal B'rtth's Anli-Dtfamation 
League will orovidc a pro 
gram pertinent to current is 

lies o( discnminalion and 
-ccial problenjs. New and 
(irospeclive member'i are wel- 
vome. Refre.shmenls ftill be 

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THEY'RE LEADING THE LEAGUE: The newly-«lected officers of the League of Women 
Voters of the Princeron Area ore (from left) Peggy Killmer, Elaine Bezilla. Jill Halberl 
ond Sally Slilwell. j 




— <'onU"iiir4 rrooi fi, 
reservation chairman 
David R, Wyle. and Mi 
R. Treves. New mtmhcrs ac- 
cepted are; Mrs, Rnbert E- 
Flory and M E- M. Burgers. 

Mrs. Eleanors Nelson. CO- 
fiwnir (if Uip Fabric Shop, will 
ho'.t Uie members of the 
Princt'ion ^oropliniiM C'lul) 
Tutsday nifilil. at her home al 
140 Hun Road A buffet bupper 
nil! he served al 6'30. 
I A slale of officers for nem 
J ear will be presenuiil by the 
nominating committee for the 
club's consideration and the 
delegates will report on llie con 
venlion held at Mt, Airy Lodge 
l.isl weekend. 



Irwrmaliun about forlhcom- 

outings, which mclude 

« Igomery, Princeton and Weill hikes and canoe trips, can be 

Mrs. Windsor. Each unit works onloblatned from Ludwig Gohler 

items effecting its municipal-lat (301) 297-32M. 

ity, as well as county, sia'el 

and national items. | The Friends ol Princeton 

The following loral topicSiSrmlr.ary have heid ;heir an 
were adopted for the cn&ujngnual meeting and elected 
year: for Montgomery, library. [officers for the coming year. 
water and planning; fo.-^They are: Walter F Fuilam, 
Princeton — ■public policy; ^president; Mrs. A Kohr Spren- 
' kle. Devon, Pennsylvania, 
first vicepresidcnl; Mrs 
Robert B, Meyner, ii?cor>d 
vice oresident: Mrs L Fenn 
Stafford, secretary _^!^>; Clay- 
ton Morris Hall was re elfcted 
treasurer. 

Outgoing CO Pre_sidenls Mr. 
and Mrs, Charles R Erdman, 
Jr.. were honored at a spu- 
cial ceremony at wbjch they 
presented iiith an 
antique engraving of the 



hou.iing and environment, and 
local government; for West 
Windsor, s Know Vour Town 
Study, land use. recreation, 
and local government. Prince- 
ton and Wcit Wind%or units 
will also examine county gov- 
ernment structure, work in g 
with the other Leagues In 
Mercer County. 
Newcomers to tJie area who 
^, 1 n LI. MQ c. I orf would like to know more about 
Elaine BeKllla.22B Stale Rd,,t,,p^p projects as w<ll as oth 
has been elirted Presideni of ^f League activities, may call 
the League of Women Voters ^^^ Levi no mrmhership 
of the Princel<m Area League, chairman, al 924 8123. 
She and the following officers 



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cloSeol W€rf+5i 

Roy IriVormSW 

/■All' 



.1(5) at the orgai 
inua! meciing: Kay 
Hcerelary; Kny Dav- 
urer; Peggy Klllmcr, 
Princeton municipal chair- 
Iman; Jill HalbeH. Monigom- 
rry munlclpnl choirmnn; Sal 
'ly SDIwell. West Windsor mu 
nlcipnl chiiirmnn. 

The Director.^ are: Mary 
Mikkelsen. national program 
coordinator; PriscUln Week, 
-tate program coordinnlor; Su 
van Slanbury, local program 
coordinator; Elie Cr ii w t o r <1 
voters service coordlniilor; 
Ann Levlnc, membcr'*hlp fO 
ordinalor; Ruth Wolfson. unit 
coordinntor. 
The Prim 




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Mothers of pupil.s enrolleri al 

LItllrhrook School :irf mviled 

I visit their children's classes 

Hours of visiting are 9 to 10 
, m. for grades K through lU. 
and 10 lo M for Mra. Riddle's 
and iMrt, Saldick's multi-age 
cJa\sroom8 

s IV and V ;ire sched- 
uled to be away for the day on 

field trip to Island Reaoh; 
however, if the weather is un- 

vorable classes will be held. 

id mothers are welcomed to 

sit these grades also. 

Dr, Diivld A Ftuck. Mercer 
County Pathologist and mem 
\kt of McTcer County Council 
Aginf!. wilt spcuk at the 
meeting of the Lawrence Town- 
«hlp Senior Clliirns Clob al 1 
Tuesday nl American Legion 
Headquarters (Posl 4M) "" 
Berw'yn Pliicc. !>« 

Dr. Fluck hns chosen as his ,^ 
lopic "A Tnlc of Planned Ci". ,_ 
les" nnd will dcscriibe the re || 
suits of efforts In Brazil •■.'■ 
create "Brnzitla" and in Aus 
trab.i to enlMhllsh "■Cnnberrd" 
Both cIlieH are laid out iicconl 
mg to delnlU'd phinnmg. 

Sierra Club: B;15 p m,, Ti"; 
day, nt Pi-ylon Hall UiiivcrMU 
CampUH. New Jerseys vanish 
Ing optlonti in water quaht> 
mannRfTTient will be the topn' 
of n pnnel discussion featurlni; 
Jvhn nunku nnd Jnmes WcM 
water, autltors ol Ibe Musln 
Commission report which de 
scitbrs the slate's grow iiir 
water qunllly crisis. 

The County and Municlpiil 
Government Commission h&.sj 
';^ent two nnd a hnll years! 
liive.stiKntlng the slates woleri 
quality prior to Issulnft this 
report U concludes that al ', 
ihouah New Jf^rsey's tanpuy , 
lers have spent more than %\ . 
billion dollars during the la»t' 
decade to cleanup stHte 
uaters, fragmented nnd inti 
fecllvc efforts nl every level 
of government hiivc left Ihe 
waterwiiy* more polluted thun 
ever. 

Mr, Dunka and Mr. W.■^! 
w flier w ill suggest how the : 
public can be assured thot the 
S3 biltLon dollars tn be .soint 
during Ihe next 15 years wiii 
actually improve w a ti r 
quality. 

The public IS invite*! to ni 
lend tills meetiii): lo learn 
more about ihe Sierm Club 
and its clivilics which also 
include an outings proRrai 
Town Topia, Princeton, N. J, 



Princeton AssocialioD 
Girl Scoots: annual 'thank 
you" luncheon. 11:30. 1 1 
Thursday al All Saints Chu 
The luncheon Is a tntjute to 
all who have worked lor girl 
scouting in Princeton this 
year. Those honored with 10 
year pins will be Cathv Cher- 
ry, Mimi Gershcn. Elaine 
Harkens and Ann Weslover 
Those completing five years 
of service are Helen Gallagh- 

and Sally Jesser. 

B'nal B'rlth Women of 
Princeton are sponsonnB a 
"Strawberry Festival" - Paid 
Up Membership Party on 
Wednesday evaiing. May 16th 
at 7:30 p.m. al the home of 
Mrs, Neil Proshan, 84 Allison 



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A 5h.i-) favoring wash .inii 
wear hoir (gr bolh men and 
women tias opened thi & 
spring a\ 303 Nassau Street. 
RobtTt Josepli. (shown 
ubovcK whose shop bears 
h!\ n^mi-, feels that hair is 
healthier wilhoul rollers, 
hair spray and leasing. 

Mr. Joseph does not bc- 
lir\e III Torcng tJie hair to 
<Jo unything, but allows it to 
go in a nuiural direction. 
Wiih the jid or a blower, 
hrii'hc* ijnfl hot rollers he 
iichti-\es !i natural look. He 
ilio iuvtw In educate his cus- 
tomers so Itliil without week- 
ly hnirset* Iht-y can produce 
the same a'.ylc at home. 

There b a wonderful at- 
mosphere in the shop that 



inded ■ 



I large old 




home at Easlhamp- 
lon The wailing area is fur 
nifhed with rattan chairs 
having cushionii covered in 
a gold Ikon print fabric and 
with an old oriental rug on 
the floor. 

Then the hairstyles are 

created while the customer 

Httt In a bright yellow diruc- 

lor s ih.iir. -.urrounded by 

w.ills. yellow 

<> lamps and 




many plun. 

Mr. Jo.icTili iliMi:rn il iiii:' 
decor him-tclt because he 
feels his customers :)rrfer a 
casual atmosphere where 
ihey can feel comtoriahle. 
This is especially true for 
men who would be reluctant 
to enter a traditional wom- 
ens beauty parlor. Males 
comprise about half of his 



Mr 



forrr 



IT'S NEW 

To Us 



MIMtl 



W SM.VKK 

^t I III' Mi\i'i' Shop, With the 
■M riiiit,.' . ,1 iJii iilmo.tl hero. 
, \\<- \i\\. I .shi|j on Palmer 
■SriUHre I-- worth a visit from 
lihose seNdiig a ipeclul or un- 
usual gift. 

flobcri Comlv hns selected 
for hN shop far more than the 
tinme mi«hl indicate. In ad- 
dition (o old .ind new stiver, 
'hcM' I* chln.i, pcwlpr. framed 
[irlnts. and many unique Jt«ms. 
One of ihe most Tasclnating 
ihjeelH eurrenlty in the shop 



\^ a Victorian compote made ot 
red bristol glusn, with gold le.if 
trim and a handpainted grape 
iind leaf design, 

Also from the Victorian per 
iod is some lovely old silver, 
siK'h as a sevenpictc lea and 
coffee service made about 1890 
by the Gorham company. U i- 
plaled. and has a lovely em 
bos.'ied design. 

The Silver Shop curries the 
Ellis Barker silver reproduc 
ions, which are finely plated. 

Some examjdo include an cm 
bossed Chippendale tray. 

J7950; a pierced wine coaster, 

125, and a handsome muffineer, 

(2y.50. 




Sanders 
Ladders 



• Paints • Drills • 
• Jaws •Tools • 
Housewares • Storms & Saeens 

• Keys Dupllcoli^cl 

LUCAR HARDWARE CO 

Hightstown-Princclon Rd, 



Princeton Jcl. 
799-0599 



Slfetr, Tultle rialwcar. If a 
sterling flat wear pattern is 
needed. Mr. Comley has a tew 
ho p[irlicularly likes. By Slieff 
is a Willi;im!tViurg repro 
diiclion and by Tutlle there are 
palterns - Feather Ed^f 
and Hunnah Hull. 

■. Comly also buys sepnr 
lieee* from older patterns 
drawer (tiled with them 
law a set ot 10 forks uni 
knives in the IBM pattern and 
a Bel ol eight handwroughl sea 
food forks in Panel Antique hy 
Newberry Company. %M. 

Stletf also mnkc% beautiful 
pewter and we especially 
mired u graceful pitcher 
a wooden handle. It ciime'- in 
three siies. be«lnnifig at i29 IS 

On into the china, there Is a 
set of 12 19th ctntury desert 
plates, each representing a 
monlU ot the year and showing 
un appropriate scene. J5S. An 
other unusual Item 1b u cobali 
blue drcsden type candy dKh 
which features !i pailoni 



with Vidal Sitssoon In Los 
Angeles, and is a firm be- 
liever in seminars and trav- 
el to keep abreast of the 
newest hair fashions. Robert 
Jose'sh's Hair House is open 
Tuesday to Saturday at 10, 
and clo«-s when all is fin- 
ished, g.-n(-rally by 8. 



and gold leaf handles. 



$50. 

Also the shop has various 
framed hunting and shipping 
prints, A favorite ot ours was 

a set of six English prints lh:n 
trace the story of Ihe hunt. S30 

Repair Service, In addition 
to its fine merchandise. Uie 
Silver Shop offers an exiraor 
dinary service It is able to re 
luu- almost anything. Silver 
an be replated. refinished. or 
professionally polished; glass 
or china can be mended even 
if a missing part has to be 
recreated; pearls can be clean- 
ed and rc-strung; lamps can 
be rewired; and these are only 
some ot the possibilities. 

Mr Comk-y sends most of 
Ihc repiiir wort; out to experts 
in various lields. who will pro- 
fessionally fix whatever dam- 
age you, your cat, or grand 
child has done. 

Because much ot the stock ai 
ttie shop IS old. many are on'-- 
of-a kind items and there is a 



PKi:i i:iii:k 11 i\L 

Tm:Aii>ii:i\T 

<;ivi:i\ 

to all Sons, DuukIiUis unci Husbands of Mothers 

THROUGK MAY 12 



HAPPY 




HOUSE 



921-619) 



GIFTS — CARDS — CANDLES 
PRINCETON SHOPPING CENTER 

Daily: 10 to 5:30 
Thun. ond Fn. ■Iil 1 P.M. 
MASTER CHARGE OR SANK AMERICARO HONORED 




Pharmacy 
Footnotes 



byMel Atlas.Reg.Pharfii. 



How much good ^re iunglasiei! 
In Gtjndma'i day t^ev were un- 
heard ol, but today Ihey are re- 
garded ai a normal and even 
a neceiiary pari o( our every 
day lile. Sunglaitei do provide 
comlorl. They liccp iquinling 
and llred eyelidj al a minimum. 
They ptolcci the eye againil n- 
ceiilve glate, eipecially In Ihe 
winter mow and on lunny beath- 
ei, lunglaiiei alio protcl Ihe 
oyei Irom dull and windburn, so 
you need nol apologiie lo Grand 
ma at all! 

Summer li juil around Ihe cor- 
net and Ihal'i Ihe lime we think 
mottly ol lun glaiies— although, 
al IHt FORER PHARMACY, 160 
Wilhertpoon we ilock Ihem Ihe 
year around. Our coimehc de 
partment Icaturei all Ihe new 
cit make up lor you lor Ihe tun 
and lun monlhi ahead, 

HlLPFUl HIHl: 
Cul the collar oti dad't old ihiil 
and ute il lo u» a an arliil'i 
imock loi the unall arliti in your 
family. 



Remember Mother's Day 
With A Gift Certificate 

From 

THE SWEDISH 
MASSAGE STUDIO 

130 Nossou 924-2167 



Woodland Country Day Camp 

Opening: June 25 

Six veeV camp for boys & guk, ages 3-10. Swimming in- 
stnielion. sports, crafts, nalurc study, hikes, cooltouls elc. 

PMi?rinr] Day Nursery School 

Registrotion now occepted for school opening in Sept. 
Holf a Full Days Ages 2-5 yeors 

Slali- Licensed Ft information call: 337-1956 



TOTO'S MARKET 



74 Witlienpoon St. 



k 



PRIME MEATS 

All Meat Cul To Order 

Please calf us In advance 
to hetp us befler serve you. 

We carry Swill's (@) Beet Only 
Fresh Poultry, Vegetables & Produce 

Grocery and Frozen Food Selection 
Free Delivery — Established 1912 




WITHOUT GUILT AND JUSTICE 

/'V ll.dtrr Kaufmatiii 

!f decidophobia is the paralysis of our time, 
what is the alternative? Professor Kauf- 
monn's book is the answer. Already hoiled 
OS "a ma'ior landmark in modern philosophy" 
"a brocing mind-stretcher;" this is Dr. 
Kaufmonn's "most penetrating ond import- 
ont work." 

Professor Kaufmonn has been teoching 
philosophy ot Princteon University since 
1947 ond is the author of many books in 
his field. $7.9S 




3G liiivtrsilv Place 



, J., Thurjdoy. May 10, 1973- 



HEMMED IN 

35 Ord«n Si. 
Princeton 
921.3890 




924-7579 



Free Consultation 



I Fine colonial rtptcxfuction furniture, u> 

> hotilered pieces by Ir^ding mstwiJ^ 

J\_ lutetj, iMm accewofits PLUS tustoi* 
nude tielrlooTi furniture, hand-craftsd 
jnd desiened for your home. 
; !>«>.»M ecMa 10 U S di%--Mdv I b ■ 
! Cane Farm, fiojemont, NJ. (609) 337^0606 
; iMjtfd m milei north of StoclitM, 
1 NI. on Route 519; jusl $ mllH fiom 
I Hew llofif, n. 



UNHARM'S new location ^. . 
S Bridge Slreel.UniberlvillcN. J. 
6M-397 3757 



AT IRIS Kothy Muffly at Iris, 12 Spring Street, shows a 
long skirt with motching waistcoat vest. It is imported 
from England and comes in soft plaids or a bold stripe. 



!t 1<J 



It's \eiv To Us 

—Continued rtim rage 14 

Tslant turnover So if a love- 

jnd unusual gift is needed. 

ilie Silver St)op t>etween 

i .Monday lo Salurday. 




THE ORIGINAL 

Pawleys Island 
Rope Hammocl 

These unusual rope hammocks have been handi- 
crafted for several generations in the coastal 
community of Pawleys Island, on the plantation 
coast of South Carolina. 

Body Size 

Small 48x80 $38.50 

Med. 54x82 43.50 

Large 60x84 48.50 

We feature Meodowcroft AllWeother 
Wroughtiron lurnlture (or the potio, director) 
choirs ond replocement covers, butterfly 
choirs and covers. 

Nassau Interiors 



WORKROOM BECOMES IRIS 

Boutique for Women. A 
changf of name and a th 
in merchandise has laken place 
at 12 SprmK Street. The Work 
room, which carried a variety 
of imports, has become Iris, a 
clothing tmullque for women. 

Nancy Bronder, Iris's own- 
er, hae. selected many fashions 
for the store on her travels to 
Europe and Mexico. From 
England there are se* 
skirts. One has l>roon]«lich 
pleats Uiat arc permanently 
pressed so 11 can tie returner 
to your closet at nlf[hl rathci 
L tied around a broomsiock 
vas necessary years ago. 
This slreel-lenglh •■kirt corner 

soft colors with mini flovier 
pnnU, $17. 

Tlipre is a Moor lengUi skirt 
■.iibllc colors with [ascinal 
ig Mairrose pleats up '.he 
frtint tM. Al^ from England 
Browdcr chose a long 
Mn m gay M>ft plaids of blue. 
green and yellow. The flared 
skirl cut on Ihr bias has ai 
flounced hem and there Is a 
alchlnR lvai^tcoat vest, S2fl. \ 
From Slenico. Ihcre Is a long, 
bright pink dress uith many- 
colored hand ■ embroidered 
flowers down the front and on 
the long sleeves, $53. There arc 
also long skirts wllh the same 
lovely flowers. 

Prom Klnlnntf. Then from 
Finland, there is some museum 
reproduction Jewelry. The 
bracelets, pendants, belt buck- 
les and necklaces ore bused on 
Norse legendary symbols, and 
we especially liked a copper 
jM-ndant of Thor's hammer. 
$7.50. 

While there are many im- 
parts, the Ameritiin TaMiiona 
have not l>een neglected. By 
Clovis Kuflin there is a sotl 
brusliod cotton Khlrlwaist dress 
in yellow or tonjiMiite. Sleeve 
less with a nicely flared *kirl 
the dress looks unuAually com 
tortablc. $33.50. 

Iris also has the shirt Jacket! 



I while 



r 



162 Nassou, Princeton. N.J. 



924-2561 



BLAKELY 
COMES 
TO YOU 




lL.iV. 



Call 896-0235 



that a 

spring in a while or beige lin 
en-like materia), $](^. David 
Hober makes these jackets, and 
also pants lo match. $16,50. 

A most unusual but fun fash 
jon are the 1973 peddle pushers. 
These calf-length pants are cuf- 
fed, and come in bright mini- 
prints. $13. I 

The shop has been re-design 
ed by Princeton architect Pier- 
re Coutin to include soft curves 
and cloud-like colors. There 
are also art nouveau painted 
windows featuring — but, of 
course, an Iris. It is open 10 
lo 5 30 Monday lo Saturday. 




Rl. 31, Pennington 
737-3055 



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for Good Spirit! 

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for Free Del'nery Colt 

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Cordiali k Liijuiurs 

Glasi Rental 

he Cubes 

Closed Sunday 
Open Every Day 
1 To 10 P.M. 



GERALDINE ROCCO 
ELECTROLYGIST 

formerly of Bamberger's 



Mr. De Mario's 

House of Athens Beauty Saloi 



Kingston Moll 
Rt. 27, Princeton 




The 

Princeton 

Shutterbus. 



THE FINES! IN CAMERAS AND ACCESSORIES 

• film and proceMing by Kodak 

• Faitptrrt Fhotoi token on prcnthfi 

33 Palmer Sq. W. 924-5580 




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INDEPENDENCE MALL 

IMS So. BrMd SI. 
M«a. mr6. PrL 1«^ 
Tii«J, nan . S'l I** 



-Town Topics, Princeton, N. J,, Thursday, May 10, 1973 



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• GALLEHY 

• FRAMLNG 

• ART SUPPLIES 

• BOUTIQUE 

100 Nassau Street 
Princeton 




WEATHER VANES 

CUPOUS 

StGNS > MAIL BOXES 

POST AND HOUSE lAMPS 

ALUMJNUM 

OUrOOOR FURNITURE 



" Evefylhinq for your 
FIREPLACE" 

BOWDEN'S 

1731 KOniHOHm WAT 
reUHOH 5863344 




ART 

In Princeton 



PASTORAL LANDSCAPE: Claud© lorroin's londstape in 
blach chalk, bfown wash and pen dofes from 1639. It 
is included in the University Art Museum's exhibit from 
the Norton Simon collection. 



I'I{I>M Tin; ITTII CKNTURV 
Al Unlitrilly Art MuHuem. 
The I't,ncol.jri Universlly Ari 
Museum it featuring Ihe 
Cl:iii[|c I.r.rr.iin Album. Al- 
ihriiigh I/irrain (l«00-ieB2) 
n.iN br*l kni>wn for his land 
wupc puinllng. his drawing 
w,i\ very imoorlanl U) him. 

During his urptime. lie did 
not piTinlt bis drawings lo be 

, sold end gave few away. 
-Shortly after hia dcnlh. il i3 

I helicviKl thjit Ihla collection. 
itifludliig some olhiT druw- 
irigit that huve slnco disap- 
fifiired, wert- assembled into 
iin atbum by hU helrj, in 
order to sell to their Queen. 

Several years ago. the al- 
bum was purchased toy the 
Norton Simon Museum of Art, 
The drawings, carefully re- 
moved from itheir pages tv- 
vcaled sketches und notations 
on the rovfvsc «idf of many 
o[ Iho works Tht-y have iboen 
carx'Iully prcNcrvcd and are 
now pre'*iiiU'd Ui the pifhllc 
in a rare and lieautitul col- 
lc<:tlon, 

The drawing* are classical 
In style. Dt'llralcly exL-cuted 
landscapiTi predominate with 
aiilijpcts oflcn .Irawn from 
the BtolL- or mylliology. Line 
und lonL' iiri- comblMcd to cre- 
ate a soil ImcdUc ulmos- , 



PAINTING and SCULPTURE 

by Now J.-rioy A. till! 

ROBERT SAKSON 

JOE BROWN 

May 11 to June 2 

Reception: Fritlay, May 11, 7-9 

THE AC GALLERY 



77 Main SI., KinF^iton 

Galler> Hoi: 



In Ouen'* Uorn 



phere. Many did'erent media 
arc- used. Wash, ink line, and 
thalk are u-^ed separately and 
in combination. Occasionally 
the work is encculed on tinted 
paper which is employed to 
he«liii-n the great range of 
texiural and tonal cffecU that 
make tht-^e drawings notable. 

One of the outstanding fea- 
tures of the drawings is their 
great clarity and freshness of 
the tonal passages. The many 
conlra%Iing areas have been 
belter preserved than com- 
jiiirablc works of the era as a 
result of being sheltered (rom 
Uie light betucE3i the leaves 
of the album. 

Thus we are shJe to see 
dark, firm lines and tonal 
variations much as ihcy were 
when I/orraine executed the 
drawings. Rich tones and in- 
tense dunks abound in the 
work accenting and high- 
lighting the fine and delicate 
nature ot contra sting lines 
und forms, 

As the Lorraine drawings 
cmhody the artist aec-klng to 
Idealize and ennOblc the Im- 
age In eras past, the Con- 
lomporary Photography dis- 
play In the Morrison Gallery 
exhibits the current artistic 
concern with the display of 
distortion, both natural and 
philosophical, that man has 
Imposed upon hlmnclt In this 
century. 

Through different technical 
approaches, an well as »ut>- 
Ject matter, the use ot the 
photograph to make a major 
stalemiBit Is well displayed, 
Iti .iddlllon to their subject, 
overprinting combined im- 
■'gi ■•, grapnic U'chniques, 
lens distortion and odd color 
el feels are uswl a.s visual 
tools by Uie photographers. 
Thi? L'ffcci of the show is quite 
levaslatlng In the statement 
11 makes A few poetic nature 
phuiographs are included and 
IHii^lilc l>olh sensitive im 



agery anil effeclixe contrast 
to the strong commentary 
made by the companion pho- 
tographs. 

Values are questioned, 
standards are ridiculed and 
simple subject matter ottoi 
becomes a grotesque reflec- 
tion of life .41! of this is done 
using familiar subject matter 
occaskinally through gim- 
micks but generally through 
a strong combination of sub- 
jo:!, concept and technique. 

Al MeCarter Theatre. "Pho- 
tography as an Art 'Medium" 
is the newest collection to be 
included in the Princeton Art 
Association series. It is a 
pleasant change and much of 
ihe display represents the 
best uses of photography. 

Capturing light, texture 
and detail are^best shown 
through the camera leins. 
Many of the works illustrate 
results of a good marriage ot 
the technical skills of the 
photographer and a sense ot 
Space, form and poetry. 

Thert are examples of tine 
darkroom technique, some 
e X p e r imcntal photography 
and a tew that attempt to 
mafce a pretentious state- 
ment. A Judicious pruning ot 
the acccipled works would 
make this show even better. 

At Gallery 100. Gallery 100 
i.s featuring paintings by local 
artist Ken Molndoe. Land- 
scape predominates in this 
display, but florals and a still 
life are included. The artist 
has still not freed himself 
from the Van Gogh approach 
lo art. and intense color, 
heavy impasto and vigorous 
brushwopk make for strong 
viewing. 

Garden sculpture, pottery 
and batik are also on display. 
Works rangs from the very 
formal to original and Imag- 




michael f . rocco, sculptor 

May 12-25 

Demonstration by the sculptor. 
Sat., Moy 1 2, 1 1 a.m. -4 p.m. and 
on Sun., May 13, 1 a.m. -4 p.m. 

Mofimd'Jy difli'rool" 

Montgomery Shopping Center 

R' 206, Princeton 921-6292 

9;30-9 Mon. thru FrS . Sol, 10 6. Son, 1 1 -5 



JUDITH K. BRODSKY 

through May 16 
A SUin OF TEN INTAGUO-REUEFS 

Princeton gallery of fine art 

9 SPRING STREET PRINCETON 



FOR MOTHER . . . Exquisite Grissaille Enamels. 
DecoroTive objects and one-of-a-kind pendants, 
signed by Harold B. Helwig, the artist. Exclusive at 




THE ARTISAN 

through May 26 10-5 Tues.-Sot. 
30 Witherspoon St. Princeton 




Cocktoil Reception 

Fridoy evening May 11 from 7:30 p.m. 

Show thru May 25 

32 PRINCETON-KINGSTON RD., KINGSTON, N. J. 
609-924-8393 

OPEN DAtlY 

Friday & Saturday Eves, to 9^30 P.M. 

Sundoy 1-6 P.M. 

Sue Ring Abramj Juki lewin 



-Town Topics. Princeton, N. J.. Thwrsdoy. May 10, 1973- 



■ 26 



4rt In Princeton 



SeOW TO OPEN F1UDAY 
At Art CobMtrnlloii Gal- 
lery. Tb* Art Ccllf^def.'itlon 
C«UnT wiU present Uie wa- 
tcrcolors ol Robert Sakson 
and th« sculpture of Joe 
Ebrovn for ils second spring 
sbou from Ma.v 11 through 
June 3. Ad optning reception 
wtU be held on Fridaj- eve- 
ning from 7 to 9. 

Robert Sakson. a Trenton 
trtist, is a roember of the 
American Watercolor Socie- 
ty. Among the many juried 
show s in which his paintings 
have been exhibiled are the 
Annuals ot the New Jersey' 
Stale Museum, the National 
Academy or Design, the 
Amenean Watercolor Socie- 
ty. Hunterdon County Art 



CUSTOM FRAMING 




All work done on 
premises 

I IVlther^poon SIree* 




^ spnng sf 

pnnceton.i4 08540 



center. Phillips Mill, and 
Monmoutti College. 

His work has alio been 
iJwwn at the Goidai Door 
and Crest Galleries ol New 
Hope, the Gallery by the 
Hill and the Woodmere Art 
Gallery ol Philadelphia, and 
the Philadelphia Art Al- 
liance. His wateroolors bave 
been included in traveling 
shows ol the American Wa- 
tercolor Society in 1970. 1971 
and 1973. He «as winner of 
the Multiple Sclerosis Socie- 
ty's annual competition with 
paintings that were repro- 
duced on Christmas cards in 
1966 through 1«9. This year 
he recdved a Certificate of 
Merit for watercolor at the 
National Academy of Design. 

Joe Brown, artist m resi- 
dence and head of the Crea- 
tive Arts Department at 
Princeton University, is suf- 
ficiCTilly well known that he 
needs no further introduc- 
tion. Several of his -mall 
bronzes and porcelain busts 
will be included in the shax. 

The Art Confederation Gal- 
lery is at 77 Main Street, 
Kingston, off the couriyaid 
of Owens Bam. Gailery 
hours are IS. Tuaday thru 
Saturday. 

CRAFTS. ART SALE SET 
By Area Arthls. Thi5 Fri- 
day and Saturday, May 11 

and 12. the Princeton Uni- 
versity Store will be the 
scene of an unusual and 
imaginative sale of crafts 
and art. The event, featur- 
ing the work of area artists 
and craftsmen, will be the 
first in a projected series. 

The display will be in the 
special "Promotion area" 
located in the front corner 
of the slorf on the book 
floor, and will feature craft 
dcmonslralions as wdl as a 
w ide variety ot paintings 
and handcrafts for sale. 

Participating are Virginia 
France. Ayako Firsing, 
Rruoke Baumann. Susan Cot- 
tlngham, PeggI Price. Mnry 
Beth Kearney, and Jan Mor- 
rill. 

Virginia France, whopc 
work Is sold under the name 
Handmaiden. wUl demon- 
Blratc off-loom weaving and 
macrome. Examples ot her 
work will iippcar in a forth- 
coming book called Mnkrl- 
mee-deslgn. to be published 
in Germany. She will also be 
ni-liing unusual handcrafted 
Jewelry, with beads from 
such diverse places as Afri- 
ca, Israel, and Peru. 

Brooke Baumann, whn hiis 
worked with Virginia 
France, has recently opened 
ihe Stained Gln^^.t Studio In 
Hopewell. In addition to 
making original panels, 
lamos, and mirrors, she re- 
cently completed nn nmbl- 
llous stained glass sign for 
tlie new Maida dcolorshlp on 
Hiiiite 200. 

Also on Kale will be a col- 
lection of handcrafted Jewel- 
ry from Morocco, mobllci. 
patchwork, prints, and ealll- 
grophy. 

SUSUKI PLANS ExnmiT 

Friday Opening Scheduled. 

f) 1 o r e R Dnnzlg, w r i tor 

turned painter, will open an 
I \liihition ot "Mflgistapos" 
- :j!aeos and things seen In 
fantasy — at Susuki Gnllcry, 
n Main Strpct. Kingston 
Friday evening. The public 
i< iitvilid to the <iirl<t;ill 



Opening beginning at 7:30. 

Never noted for a conven- 
tional life-style, she has been 
a cowgirl m Texas, written a 
newspaper column, worked 
in advertising, turned out 
short stories and articles, 
marned and mothered two 
daughters — one of them 
Patricia Werlheimer, prin- 
cipal ot Princeton High 
School. 

Mr*. Daniig started paint- 
ing when she moved to Mex- 
ico, and her husband, inter- 
nationally-known industrial 
^syehologisl, gave her paints, 
brushes and canvases. She 
hasn't stopped since. 

The Daniigs have trav- 
elled widely and during these 
wanderings her conviction 
has grown that art is the 
only universal language. She 
feels that speech, politics. 
customs, etc., divide people 
— "Music, dance and paint- 
ing encourage 'one-ness'." 

She is currently a house 
guest ot longtime friends, 
Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher 
Knebel 



THE 
ORIENT SHOP 

Orienliil (;ifl .Speciailip-s 

15 Wirherspoon St. 

924-5438 




by 

BUNNY 

STEIN 



When >«u sl»lt ll.iw.ili. re. 
nii-mbrt Pearl H.irlxir. nnJ 
tnko lime to join in a sliort 
cniite to tliv ii.^vnl li.Uf and 
w^r inniiorinl. Tlirn, too. 
there !« tlio Honolulu Acud- 
any of Art which hmnn a 
world-f.imous collection of 
J.ip.iiieio prints nnil oriental 
.irt \'iiit the Di^^mp m.iieum, 
which divplays ninny Poly- 
nesian arlii.Kls. and w the 
bediillful royal lepnllfl of tlie 
e.iily nil.'r» of H.iw.ill, Tii«I 
of ciltiiie? Slrdch out on tli»? 
(.ind mm Id llic sea nnd rrlnt. 

WiHlirT II is Cieccc or 
iinutliFT pl.uc of Interr^t tliut 
vmi 1)1,111 lu \i*it. m.ilc your 
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Topics Of The Town 

— ContlnuWI rroin PifiP 31 

Cll,\FT WORKSHOP BUSY 

Each Thursday at VWCA. 

Flowered patchvioj'k aprons. 
macramc belU. embroidered 
aillaivs. crochel work and 
bright cotton casserole covers 
are pan of the growing col- 
lection of handwork being 
nroduced cvtTv Thursdav in 
Ihe Craft Workshop at Ihe 
ViVCA 

A Workshop for palchuork 
1.' ll.>^ will hi.- laughl May 10. 
h.- Thii-.-5day. by crafts- 
1 rn ri Stimi. Heaton, Mrs 
M.i-ic Roietiblad and Mrs. 
K isanne J.ick.s are co-chair- 




DI&L 921-2294 

IS WITHERSPOON PRIMCETO. 

Hours: !t to S, Friday 9 to 9 



ill be sold at the 
lional Fesliva!. 
scliiduUd for 
Volunteer 
Mirkcr', arc wrleome and 
workshops will be held weekly 
|iiiilil Ihc PfUival. Mrs. Landon 
iPt'ters and Mrs. Albert Wax- 
|nian, co chairmen of Hie Inter- 
national Festival, have an- 
jniunced that the one day 
Peslival win benefit both the 
World ['.■llow.ih p Fund ' 
ithc Pearl Sates Fund. 



PDS FAIR SIATURDAV 1 lution are reported in his book 
From 10 to i. Featuring an|Hiindred Day War, '■ published 
old fashioned Iheme. the, last summer. 

Princeton Day School Fair, to 

be held this Saturday, fromi TWO ON PROBATION 
10 to 4 ' i For Marijuana Possession. 

In addition to all the old: Two Princeton men were 
favorite boothy and aclivities,|placed on probation last week^ 
there will be a Blue Jeanl"!' Borough Judge Theodore, 
Boutique, t#«uriBg renovated. IT. Tarns Jr. for possession of: 
decorated, venerated levis. in;'""Jer 35 grams of marijuaiu! 
many different sizes (though Wilt^' H. Critz, 27 Leigh 



carefully laundered and pres-IAvem 
sed to remove the shape of the 
previous owner,) 

A grandmot her's Trunk 
hodlh should provide browsing 
and buying fun for all ages. 
since it will display those 
treasured garments of years 
ago that have become fashion- 
able amor.rt the young para 
sols. boas, reticules, garden i 
party hats. I 



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partmeni. He pleaded guilty 




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Also placed on probation for 
[WO months with the same 
agency was iMalthew Lenning. 
19.17 Hall. Princeton Universjiv, 
Or April 4. he was found 
guilty of possession of under 
25 grams of marijuana by 

I Judge Tams and lined S50 

A delectable addition to the U-ast week, he appeared with 
old-fashioned theme of the l"s attorney. W.S Gerald Skcy. , 
Fair this year will be tho^e '« "^ve the sentence amended 
honest -lo goodness, old li-ne '" probation. Judge 



goodies, lemons with peipei 
mint sticks. 

Fair chairmen Mrs WHIiai 
P. Murdoch. Jr. and Mrs. 
Pierce Lnn'ergan report thai 
they finally tracked the spe- 
cial penoermint sticks 
In a liny town in Maryland 

Mothers Day shoppers will 
rind manv idea.s for Mom, hand 
made art* and crafts, hand- 
mjide palchwork, plants, o 
perhaps even a special caki 
or pic- 
There will be -lOny rides 
and a spook house, plus ih' 
usual gay midway of game 
.ind pri/es. The Fair is held 
in and amund PDS Rink, ju.iit 
off the Gri-al Road, and all 
proceeds Bo In the Diiy School 
Scholarship Fund 

CHINA EXPERT TO SPEAK 
On CampuN This Friday. 

Wiillam Hinton, Ihi 
author whose associeltnn with 
the People's Roublic of Chli 
roaches back lo ils hnginnin 
In the IMD.t. will address h 
first Princeton audience nt a 
lecture this Fridav. a( 8 p.m. 
in the Senate Chanrber of 
Whig Hall on the Princeton 
Univcrsitv Campus. 

The Iwliire is entitled "The 
SiK'ialist Transformation of 
Cliina' and is open lo the 
TM)liUc without charge. The 
n S. Chin'i Friendship Assoc!- 
:iiiim In Princeton Is n sponsor 
1)1 the event along with 
several student organisations, 
and its memJwrs will he 
meeting with Mr. Klnlon whc 
Is ircsidfnt of the Association 
during his visit here, 

William Hinton first went In 
China as a newspaper 
porter in 1937, He returned 

staff member of the United 
States Office of War Inform; 
tion in 1W5 and us a l^-chnic; 
■ohinteer with UNRAA in 1M7 
Vhen this U nl tod Nat i 01 
agency left China. Hinton re 
mnlned, returning t 
United Slates in 1953, 

■book "Fiinshen" wrillen 
in 1953 describes the daily life 
Chinese peasants during 
revolution. His mosl recent 
visit to China was a six-month 
iluy during 1971 during which 
he met with Premier Chou En 
I.al. 11(4 discussions with pni 



agreed with the request. 

At Ihf end of the two months, 
if Mr. Lenning fulfills all re- 
quirements of his probatioi 
his marijuana arrest will be 
expunged from the polict 
record, 

CRAFTS ARE ADDED 

To Sluart Summer Program, 

Crafts. incJudinn sewini;, 
macrame, embroidtry, crewel 
and calligraphy, will (he added 
to the curriculum of the sum- 
tutoring program at 
Sluart Country Day School of 
the Sacred Heart. 

The two students - to -one - 
teacher ratio will continue in 
the academic courses. Boys 
and girls in grades 1-12 will be 
accepted for study in reading, 
English, foreign languages. J 
mathematics, the science, 
social studies, art and music 
Adults, Loo. are welcomed to 
study. 

The summer program starts 
jne 25 and runs through 
August 3, Students may enroll 
for two. four or six weeks of 
nst ruction in from one lo three 
iL'bjecls. One-hour classes 
meet Monday through Friday 
from 9 'til noon. The cost is 
$7 per hour. 

Information and applications 
may be cbtained by writing 
the SMUM'MBR Program, care 
1)1, the school or by calling the 
school office. 921-2330. 

FLOWER SALE SET 
Thl^ Weekend. Mothers 
Day gifts are in plentiful 
supply at the Rocky "■■ 
Comtpunily Group annual 
Flower Sale to be hdd Ihi 
Thursdy through Saturday 
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For Travel q: 

Year-round knt^s '"j 

Pants suits, jump suits ^ 

Cloche hots to match { 

$25 to $60 ^ 

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-Town Topic*. Pfioeelon, N. J., Thundoy. Moy 10, 1973 




The Board also reduced its' 

transportation account h.v 

510,000. Board memb€T Roben 

C Duncan, in commenliog on 

his Item slated that it might 

-ce "iiiale an increase in ;he 

1 imber of students who will 

valk to school next year. 

rhe district presently pro 

de trati=porlation for some 

Udells living closer to the 

(hools than the distance re 

1 iired by the ^laie. He also 

jidicateil that the sidtrAalks 

rcscnlly being planned by 

i\tst Windsor Township could 

I J hnie an effect next year 

on the number of "walkers". 

I rht. other cuts approved re- 
nin ed iht amounts availai);^ 

for library books, in-service 
Dlannms for the high school, 
musical instruments, office 

I I urnitui c, supplemenWry in- 
Istruclion. athletic equipment. 
!-.ludenl aciivilit-s and salaries 

■r.srhe = . 



MORE MOr EY FOR PHS CHOIR: The P.mrfton High School choir has invented ond 
executed many unique ways in fhich to roisi^ money for its pending trip lo Europe. One 
unique woy wos to deliver sample copies of the Pnncefon Magoiine and Area Fact 
Boole to Borough and Tow/nship homes. Above, R. L lenhort, Publisher of the Printe- 
(on Magazine, delivers a check for $378 to Michael Clohossey, left, and Sfeve Em- 
merich members of the High School Choir, for moUing these deliveries. 



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--Conllnuca Ttom Pig" M | 

Hours aill be Thursday. 12 5; 
Friday anti Saturday. 10 5, 

The sale will again feature 
hanging baskets filled with 
(uchia and geraniums and a 
wide selection of Joanna 
Fiori's pots. There will also 
hp a varied selection of an- 
nuals, pH-ennlals, shrubs, and 
Bround covers, as well a-^ 
vegetables and herbs, 

FAIR THIS SATURDAY i 
In Monmouth Junclloo. The 

Pic'cfldUly Fair, sponi^ored byi 
the Monmoulh Junction PTAl 
will be held this Saturday, 
lin or ihlne, from 11:30 lo 4 
The South Brunswk-k IliRli' 
School B.'ind will kick it off] 
marching at 10:45 a.m. from 
Stouts Lane and Ridge Ro-*d 
lo the Monmouth Junction I 
Elementary School, where the 
event will be held. In case 
n, activil[<<s wlU be held 
tnniile the school. 

Tlicrp will he a flea m.irJiel 
tor adults, a rock band to 
iiitiTtain Icen-agers and 10 
^ames .MJch nn clown tos.s; 
giild ruNli: lug nailing; ifk 
shoot) lor the whole family 
Other special attractions in 
chide Piccadilly Puppets; 
Twlrl-APnlnl; Mrs. Pockoli; 
and pony rldos. 

Rnlflen, made possible by 
the conlribullonx ot area met 
hanti, include n red bicycle 
ind n frpmol pnlnttng. There 
ire humc 30 -irln's U> wio lo 
111. 

The committee has been 
doing its 'nun dance hoping 
tfl insure a beniilifiil day for 
the Fair, but should it rain, 
I'iccnillUy will not bi' post 
xiiicd. We'll simply move oul- 
^ili' uclivitlea inside 

I liuol.' (<i()]liiined the 
halrwomon, "We're hoping 

II rnmllies In South Bninv 
wkk Qnd surruundlnjt nrt'os 
will Join us In making Pic- 

adilly a total-e o m m ii n ily 
■vent." 

The Fair is Kchcdiilod to 
.'oncludc ot 4:00 p.m. 

KO.OOO IS CUT 

From VI. Windsor Rudct.. 

The West Wlndsor-Plninsboro 

Ri-Klon.il Scho.ll rViard, nl tl' 
r'Riiliir nioiillily meclinR held 
' •■\ week nl thr Maurice IIj ' 
>■ liool approved cuts In 
'"'.^7-\ school budget tulahng 
frtOOO, The reduction was 
iii'itidoted bv the Commissioner 

■ ■I ICdiicatlon after Uie district 

.t.Ts rej(vt«-d the 10t3 Tl 
■ hmtl budget which had been 
.nU>|)letl i>y the Doard. 

Amonji lliosc itemti cut wcro 
ilic district's summer school 
enncbmuil program, This. 

■ ilimg with a reduction in iho 
number of contingency teach- 
I rs planned lor next yivir, 
.imiiunled to J21,250. 

Correcllon 

The parage building IhAt ts 
fur sale in the Township 
one belonging to Tiger Bus 
Lines, at XS John Street. It 
not th« Tiger Garage. 343 Wil 
iT'iiiix^in, owni-d by Alfred K.i 
dell. 



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-Town Topics, Princeton, N. J.. Thursdoy, Moy 10, 1973- 



Dekix* Barber Shop 
344 Nouou Street 

Mens, women's 

and children's 

hoircutting and stYting. 

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Princeton's ISO-lb. crew, 
very like y the lasl entry in 
the annu^il spring sports derby 
10 draw spectator attention in 
tJie Sunday papers — to say 
nothing of the lightly-attended 
races on Saturdaj's — is the 
be^il of the Tifier teams as this 
abbreviated season winds 

In the (ace of an uncertain 

(uiure for rowing at a runvbcr 

of colleges. Princeton and Yale 

in particular, the '(itties last 

week won major honors for 

■ i themselves on the meandering 

I'Himsatonic River near Derby, 

I Conn. Edging Harvard by ht- 

more than a matter ot 

..-.les, and by a slim two- 

Tifths of a second on the stop-] 

■■~lch. Princeton's oarsmen' 

n the Goldthwait Cup tor 

the first lime in 15 years and 

in so doing hrought to an 

a string ot 28 consecutive 

tOifies recorded by Hari-ai 



Harvard 

Cornel! 

Penn 

Army 

Brown 

Yale 

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Vale and by nearlj- three tror.i 
Princeton, Kansas State w,i- 
some s« lengths behind, 

BALL TEAM STUMBLES 
Well Out of Leagae Race. 

.Another weekend in which it 
lost two out of three games it 
home killed off any long-shot 
chance Princeton's baseball 

team had of finishing near the 

top of Of Eastern League Navy 3 8 I 

race. The Tigers were blanked Dartmouth 2 8 1 
by Yale Friday, 3-0. and lost Columbia 3 9 

the first game Saturday to pridar M.v ti 

Brown. 6 1, before topping .h--l __*naaf. M»y M 

Bruins, Ai. in the nightcap. 
' During the three-game span. 
Princeton completed 19 innings 
In score only 



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By John Bernard 

Mort weekend gol'en have 
trouble on vatioui liolet >nd 
gel bad icorei— but did fou 
ever wonder whal wai Ihe 
woni icore ever made by a 
prolcitional on one hole fn 
a toumamenll The record li 
held by Tommy Armour. In Ihe 
1927 Shawnee Open, he look 
a Zl on one hotel Armour had | 
belter luck thai lame year, i 
however, became he won Ihe | 
Halional Open Ihal leaion. II i 
provei how Inconiljlent gotten | 
can be — bolh Iho weekend i 
gollen, and Ihe pro). 

Heie't quite an oddity (rem 
baieball. Tlie man who holdi 
the record lor ttorlng Ihe moil 
rum In one major league game 
—Guy Hecker — wai, of all 
Ihingt, a pitcher. You'd think I 
the man who held Ihe record 
lor icorjng Ihe moil rum In I 
one game would have been an 
Inlleldcr, ouHlctder or catcher, I 
but Pllcher Guy Hecker let Ihe 
all'tlme record when ho icored | 
7 limet In one game in 1886 
and nobody hai ever lopped I 



Here's an amaifng lad. Did | 

you ever roaliie Ihal big league | 

baieball and loottMll toamt can | 

play SO yean and nol draw aj ■ 

many people ai can lee them | 

In JUST ONE DAY on televiiionl . 

tet'i My a leam'i homo al- |j 

tendance average! I million .' 

people a year. Thut, they could | 

play 50 yean and draw a total ■ 

ot SO million lam. Bui ONE | 

Qame on TV can draw more ■ 

than SO million viowert in one I 

atternoon, lo s learn can play ■ 

to more people on TV In one I 
game than Ihey can draw In 
their own itadiums lor over 
SO yean. 



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The winning time of 5:39.1, 
a course record for the Housa 
tonic made possible by the 
current and a strong following 

vind, was nonetheless 

rcmely unusual for a KO-lb. 

:rcw racing over 2,000 meters. 
A finishing sprint at 39 stroke) 
to the minute erased a halt- 
length Harvard 1 e a 
brought the Princeton shell In 
by a fraction of a deck length 
Vale was thfrd, more than 
four lenglhn l>ehind. Prince 
Jayvees a so defeated 
Harvard, by one-fifth of a sec 
ond. The Crimson freshmen 
prevailed hy two-fjflhs of a 
second in a regatta rarely 

nalched fur the narrow mar 

:ln of the victories. 

This wcc*end, the Tiger 
. ghlweighls will seek to be 
come the first Princeton var 
ily since 10S7 to win an Enst- 
■rn sprint title. They'll be 
seeded first for the annual 
<n Luke Qumslgam 
mond at Worcester, hut It will 
take a superb performance on 
ihelr part to diileat Harvard":, 
fine shell two weeks in a row 
Princeton'* heavywelghl var 
•My wi! also be at Worccslor, 
but has not won this sprl:iK 
and Is unlUcely to qualify 
■!.i- six ■boat final. In five oul- 
ini'- tills spring, Princeton has 
:i. h .lU-d only Colunvhlr ■"" 
ir:i:iiriB Penn in the CliUds Cup 
r<-«alla. 

The unlucky Tlgors 
r)e:ire(] to be ready lo wii 
Carnegie Cup here Saturday 
hijL their lead with MO mete- 
left evaporated when the 
I'iiUK'hl a crab. Cornel ove 
Uiok them with ease, winnlf 



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Saturday, May 12 
Princeton at Navy 
arvard at Army (2) 
Imouth at Cornell (2) 
at Brown (2) 



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a single run. The team baiting 
average is around -IftS a i " 
one of the two catchers v 
have been alternating behi 
the plate hasn't had a hit all 
year. 

No belter than 11-13 ar; the 
week's action began. Prince 
ton Is in trouble despite bo;h 
ability and depth in pitching 
— a factor often considered to 
be about SO percent of the 
strength of a college ball 
team. Lasl week, for example, 
the Tigers' five starters all 
had earned run averages be 
ween 2 and 3. but the team 
had averaged less than two 
In its last nine games. 
and that just isn't sufficient lo 
'in under most circumstances. 

Vale pitcher Bob Corcoran 
,mply overwhelmed Ihem 
scattering four singles and al- 
lowing only one runner to 
reach second. The Elis threat 
ncd consliinlly, winning whrn 
they scored twice in the sixth 
.i5d added annllirr In Ihc 
eighth. The losers again com 
milted the sin ot a puijchlcss 
b.ill team, making as 
mi'iplays "s Ihi'y did hits. In 
fact. losing pllcher Randy 
Btcvlns' .207 Dverage at the 
niate is the highest on the 
Tiger roster, 

IVnb Hunt of Brown was imi 
hetlor than M on Ihe year but 
he lamed Princeton with ea.w 
in the opener Salurday. Bill 
Coppcdge look the Gl loss, 
with sophomore Scott MoHen 
ry working In relief. 

Tlve TlRcTs gained an even 



d final y ^. 
-.upport of his work. He had 
a no-hitler going into the top 
of the seventh when a shol 
over second landed out ot ev- 
i^ryone's reach. Eventually, he 
yielded another hit and lost, 
his shulout but the 41 triumph j 
marked Princeton's first over 
BrOwn in four years, I 

First baseman Ken Beylin 
ended a prolonged slump in' 
this contest, driving in three 
of the victors' runs with a pai 
of timely singles Princeton 
three-run cluster in the fourth 
was its highest scoring out 
burst in more than a month. 
Second baseman John Cullin- 
)e, who had l>cen leading the 
league in stolen bases with 
seven, saw his advantage van- 
ih to Brown shortstop Bill 
Almon. The Bruin infielder pil- 
fcred tour at Columbia Friday 
md was successful on two of 
lirec tries here to run hia sea- 
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SEASON NEARS END 
For TiKPr f..acr(«fte Team. 
A!mo5l able to beat highly- 
rpgarded Army at West Point, 
but unable to cope with a I-9!y 
Harvard 'cam here. Prince- 
team will con- 
I elude ifL 5eason Saturday at 
, Ithaca. 

Cornc-lt. the ousted defend- 

I ing Ivy champion, will play 

L^; I host to the Tigers in their 

final g.^mr of the year. Brown, 

a 9 7 VKinr over Penn Jast; ^,-^,^^ -^ ^^^ (j^st game over 

idi-j .,.1 hu m»t,n» nir. "IT but beaten nine straight 
1973 title by making Df' times thereafter. Harvard was 
mouth .is sixth victim this, J^'^^,^/^ ^^^^^ ^„' p-^^„^y field 

**^''*""^' last Saturday. The Crimson 

„ , J jumped out to a 3-0 lead, fell 

Traihn?, 7-3. at Army last i^^^.^ ^^ ^ 3.3,, ^^ tut then 
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ute5. to lake an &-7 Icad-ljf,,^ j^^ (,nai quarter, holding 

The fourih^uarter problems , . _ . 

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10-6 trhimph. Jon Pellit and 
Billy Chairea paced the lose: 
with three aoiece and goalie 
Bill Cronin scored for the sec- 
ond time this year, but game- 
long defensive problem! 
more than the Tigers 
surmount. 

IRON MIKES TRn» PHS 

Bobby King Take* f-oss. A 
chance lor the Princeton High 
School baseball team to win 
two in a row and tor hurler 
Bobby King to win his first 
were denies] Monday afternoon! 
by SI, Anthony. 

The home team Iron Mikes 
defcali-d the Little Tigers and 
King, 4 2, scoring three runs 
in the lirU inning, two of them 
unearned, Klngis0 3. PHS 2 7 

PHS will engage in Iwo 
Mercer County league gamef 
next, visiting Hamilton Friday 
and entertaining Notre Dame 
Tuesday at 3;45. Both have- 
recorded wins over the Little 
Tigers earlier this season. 

PHS srored one run in the 
fourth when Bob Zinsmcisler 
singled home Mike Diamond 
who had also singled. In the 
sixth, consecutive singles by 
7,1 n?.mei filer . Steve Kopp and 
John Mooncy produced the 
losers" second run Jeff Calle 
also had a hit oil winni 
l^iitchpr Nkk Ma^?iari (2 3) 
St. Anthony. 

King was touched lor only 
'three hits but ho was the vic- 
tim of six walks and seven 
errors by his teammntes. 
Anthony's record ij 5 6-Z, 



Hun's closest pursuer in 
Penn ■ Jersey's northern divi- 
sion. 

Pennington, remarked Mc- 
Quade. has been gelling b>' 
with its ptUhing. "They have 
two boyi who throw real hard, 
but they haven't been able 10 
break open any games yet." 

Hun. in contrast, has beer 
breaking games open with : 
murderers' row at the p!rc 
The most recent viclim as 
week was Academy of NtJ 
Church which fell. 16-1, ' Per- 
fect" Paul Creamer (7-0) tos 
sed a one-hitler. 

At the plate. Greg Rafalsk; 
drove in t'rto runs with a Iriple 
in one official at-bat. He is 
batting 570. Centerlielder 
Dave Pone was 3-for-). He is 
baiting ,450, Tony Trani (aver 
400) had two hits in three ap- 
pearances, while outfielder 
Bob McHugh also teed off 00 
the New Church pitching tor 
three hits, 

"We>e halfway through the 
schedule." observed McQuade 
ho added 'he second half 
ould be tougher. . 

Friday's game wiih Admiral 
Farragut was postponed 'lil 
May 21 because of the weath- 
er A Saturday contest with 
Pingry had to be rescheduled. 

ERRORS HURT PD9 NINE 
In 2 Losses Last Week. Un- 
steady fielding killed good 
pitching last week, as the 
Princeton Day baseball team 
loirt gmes to Friends Central 
and Wardlaw, dropping Ih e 
Panthers under the .500 mark 
at 3-4 1. -^ , 

Last Wednesday, PDS hurler 
Glen Russo gave up just three 
hits, while striking out eight, 
but lost a 3-0 decision, when 
his mates let in three unearn- 
ed runs, and could not produce? 
any storing themselves. 

Errors on ground balls. 
drooped third strikes and wild 
throws all contributed to the 
Blue and White's downfall as 
Friends Central was given one 
n in the third and two more 
... the fourth, PDS. meanwhile 
could manage just four hits, 
as the Friends Central pitcher 
truck out 10. 

Friday, the PDS off-^nsf; 

picked up to the point where 

men were gelling on base 

often, but pushing i 



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nni,s for the victors. Prince- 
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— tviilinuwl from Pwe U 
across became a problem. 

I Warrflaw got ft single run in 
llic (nM, again, an uricarfifiJ 
I one. and PDS lied it in : h c 
thirJ im a double bv \hk ■ 
, StLx and a single by Bill Blir 
(gilt. This proved to be all the 
I scoring that the Blue and 
: While could muster, a^ It was- 
I ted grand opportunities in [he 
Totirth .tnd fdlh. loading ihe. 
bases «jth one out both times I 
Mark Ellsuorth pitched well: 
through Tix-e inning?, allowing 
just two hits and two ^un^, 
but Ihe visitors broke open a 
2-1 contest in the aixth, ^eo^ 
ing four insurance runa. 

This Wednesday PDS wjis 
scheduled to play at George 
School: Friday it will meet 
Pennington Prep at homo 




Weisbecker had two goals. I, 
Adding single tallies f o r 
PHS wtre Dave Gales. Ron- 
nie Campbell. Mace 'Mohr-' 
mann and Baruch Goalie. 
Keith Rendal! had \A sjves \ 
PHS scored a pair in each ol , 
the /irst Uiree periods to take 
a 6.1 lead. I 

Bill Mills scored Uice for 
Hun and Jack Reeder once to 
account for Huns three go.i'* 

2-MILE RF.COUD SET 
By Pele Nichols, For the 

lirsl time, a Princeton High 
School runner has eomileted 
two miles under I'^n minutes 

Pc-.e Nichols ?et a PHS re ! 
cord Monday aflernoon run-j 
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For PHS Lacrosse Team '<»«'o»*« 'eom which is Iry- Co captain Mike Ccwia took thi 



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Ihe sport. After dejihem.'w'c should have passed! 1 "-"."'ca"!-- J"'i" Woodside 

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School lacrosse team fares in „„ „„der coach Mai 
three games this week will „ . 

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Tigers will be able to live up'm'akc '■ujih- thjnefi 
to coach Marvin Trotman's; lineup. 
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While 

PHS will entertai 
Park S.^lurday at 2. play 
Princeton Day School Monday 
at 3 .10 on the latt^-r's field 
and. in ils linit\ home game 
of the season, play host to 
Livingston Wednesday at 3:30, 

This Wednejiday afternoon lt| 
was scheduled to travel to 
Highblown for a match with 
Peddie. Aflcr the Livingston 
gmc only the finale with New- 
ton remains. The Little Tigers 
face a formidable task: they 
must win four of the last five 
it Trolman is to have that 
winning season. 

Friday, Trolman watched in 
dismay as the vislllntt Red 
Devils Irom Hunterdon Central 
made the LlUle Tigers their 
ninth vlcllm In 10 games, 



- _-^ agaiast Hun." com "me up with his best ocr 
mented Trolman. [""T^"'',^ ,"^ *^'' l^^.^^riw 

■Our guys didn't want -o^ 37,2 clocking - bul still fin 
play; they Just .stood arounl'I'Thed second. The wmning 
Trotmon ascribed the lelhar-| tif"** w^" 1t36X 
gy on the team to the "Prince- „ . ^ ■ t <»< 

ton syndrome.' , D^ry '» """u '' .,""'"'''■; 

' ____ rx>u Drury. probablv the most 

Hunterdon scored four ti.nes' Pr«'i"c scorer for coach Lar- 
in the first period lo take al^ '^^" * '"l"'^'?^?- *T.. u*^ 
commanding lead. addi:.g ^iscus and the lOO-yard dash. 
three more in the final period, ""<eWhie won Ihe low hur- 
Richard Maguire led the visi- "=^5 (22,8). Mark McLean the 
tors attack with four goals Pi^Ic vault (10 0) and Richard 
and an assist. K^u^V the javelm (150-7), 

Bob McKluskov scored Billy Alexander won the 
Princeton's lone goal In theiS^o' P"! again with a loss of 
third period on a nice corner MSB. Alexander, who has brok- 
pass ansisl from Ted Baruch, on 50 feci, is considered the 

jtop putter in the County. 

BuUtvr Scores Three, Mid 



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best oKensive game ot the 
season, scoring three times lo 

lead PHS lo a 9 3 vivtory ovi-r 
llvm last we.-k at Hun, &jbl)> 



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Spiirls In Prinrcton 

— Conlluura ^rom rij* J3 

The Long Branch Relays, 
scheduled for Saturday, have 
been ooMpojit-d, 

In dual meet action, l h e 
Little TiRrrt will oppose Hope- 
well Valk-y High School Thurs 
day in Pennington and then 
take on powerful E«ing on 
Monday ai the Blue Devils' 
field. 

REMVS ARE NEXT 
For PUS Girls Track Team. 
Lamonl Fletcher, coach of ihe 
Prmcc'.nn High School ?<rls' 
.irat* learn, will enter two 
learns in the annual Long 
Branch Relay* Saliirdny 
I Compeiing for PHS will he 
a mile and ^evcn eighths team 
comprised of K.ithy Wf>->d 
I bridge, Kjrrn Winn, Diane 
iWcstoviT. D,n, Bullock <.r 
Grace .McEwen, and a mile re- 
Fay team of J.ine Frazlo-r. San 
dy Cobb, Frances Walstad and 
Karen Wmn 

On Monday, PHS will be ai 
Toms River North and i 
Franklin Township on Wedne; 
day. Both are dual meets. 

Friday, PHS defeated v,.'r 
ig Rancocas Valley for the 
second straight year. f« 48 
Grace MrE*en hurled t h t' 
javelin &8 feet, one-half ■ inch' 
for a new PHS record, tweak- 
ing the old school mark which 
she alM) held 

Karen Herzog won the hur 
dies in 16 7 for her best time 
of the vp;.r. Coach Fletcher re- 
martcd that after a shaky 
<!tart Ihi^ season, the veteran 
hurdler (this is her Uiird year) 
has oiTTcome her poor start 
and "her time? are steadily 
coming down," Karen alwi 
won the long jump with a leap 
of 18 10. 

Another double Winner 
Sandy C«ihh, who won Uie 440 
;n 66 anil the high jump With 
a 4fi efforl, Diane Westover 
won Ihe mile, while Karen 
IVinn finished second in the 



Earlier. PHS dropped 
first dual meet ot the yejir 
Delaware Valley, 72-42. 
Hcrz«R (hurdles). W i i 
MO), Westmcr (mllel a i 
Wood bridge (BM) captured I 
lirUs ItiT PHS, 

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lo the CiriMl Kc.iid lo play riv 
al Princeton Dj.y School. Be- 
fore the scii«in. PHS couch 
Bin Hiimis ranked (he Panth 
crs a.s (itie of the two slronn 
est teom.s on the Little Tiger 
schedule. 

Friday, PHS will be at 
Hopewell V.illey High School, 
next Wednesdiiy it will play 
host lo Trenlon l3.30). -while 
this Wcdnesdiiy it was iched 
iiled lo oppohe Ewtng at the 
Enlng High School courts. 

Last W(*(-J(, Ihe Little Tigers 
Wanked [jiwrencc High Scbool 
5-0, Winning sinjles matches 
were Diivid Ix)y. Robbie Mc 
Doiig.ild and Randy Thorn is 
Dick Broad and Nick Von dc 
Wnlle won the nimrtMi- one 
singles, while the freshmen 
pairinji of Dan Schulnian and 
Dan Arono\ic, whom Hu 
described as his "[uturc 
suars", I npUirrd the number 




a set. let alone a match, Bash 
suffered the key upset, losing 
in straight sets. 6-3. 6-1. 

Evan Bash, -jtaying first sin- 
gles, romped M. 6-1, and the 
first doubles pair «t Bub. 
Woodworth and Steve Norrts, 
won 7-e, 63. > 

Chris Miller, playing third, 
singles for the Blue nd White, 
dropped his mtch t-4. 6-4, 
and the second doubles com-] 
bination of David Slraut ndj 
Jamie Palerson lost 6-2, 6-3, , 

The tennis team is now 6 1; 
for the season, and plays 
George School Wedneday, i 

PDS STICRMEN SPUT | 
Rutgers Prep Nesl. Re i 

bounding sloppily from Uieirj 
econd defeat of Ihe season 
Wednesday. Princeton D ay 
Schools lacrosse team squeak- 
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Sporii In Princeton 

_CdnUau«<] PTom P«« M 
runnirvg its record U> 6-2 al 
midseason. 

Earlier. Hunterdon Central 
High School, third ranked 
among the slate's .\ teams. 
-)ul together good second and 
third quarters to drub the 
Panthers 10 2. 

Playing Friday with only 
limited service from top mid 
fielder Cam Ferrante. w h c 
fuFfered a muscle pull early 
in the Hunterdon Cenlral 
game. PDS had trouble put 
ting together a consistent d 
fort. Fcrranle. used only on 
man up plays against Pingry, 
scored a pair ot goals. His 
brother Cray scored another, 
and middle John Bragg got 
the fourth. 

The best PDS effort of the 
game, plyed on rain-slicked 
field in Hillside, was one three 
minute stretch in the last ■per- 
iod when they played with 
two men in the penally box 
and held Pingry scoreless. 

The Panthers will try to 
even things with George School 
this Wednesday. George took 
the first of this years home- 
andhome series 6-5 in the e< 
ond game of the season. Ft. 
day the Blue and While wi 
meet Rutgers Prep at tiome. 

BlicE RACE SATCRDAT 
40 Lapt Aroaod PBS Cam 
pus. Forty of Ihe fastest bike 
riders in the East will visif 
Princeton Saturday to particl 
pate in an amoleur bike race 
— one of the faslest-growing 
participatory sports in the 
country. 

The race, consisting of 40 
laps around the Princeton 
High School campus, wiU be- 
gin at 4 on Walnut Lane be- 
tween PHS and John Wither- 
spoon School. Five Olympians 
and two National champions 
are among the 40 specially- 
Invited cnlranls. who will be 
battling (or the first prixc ol 
a (irotesstonal racin g bike 



Bueball Try outs Sunday 

Boj'S with birth dates on 
or after August 1. lOM are 
eligible to attend trjx)uUs for 
tlie Po.'il 76 American I>cg- 
ion Basoball team this Sun- 
day. 

All interested candidates 
for the team should report 
to the Princeton High School 
baseball field at H am Co- 
managers Charles Pesce 
and John Wagner will con- 
duct Ihe session with as- 
sistance from Jim Kopliner. 



Spring Means 
White Bucks! 

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worth several hundred dollars 
that has been provided by Ral 
eigh Industries and Traveler 
Insurance Company. 

The Princeton -based Century 
Road Club of America is spoi 
soring the race, and most of 
its top riders will compete. 
Among them are two Munich 
Olympians. John AJIis, a grad- 
uate of Princeton University. 
and David Chauner. who lives 
here. 

Saturday's race is a criter- 
ium or closed circuit race. 
The winner will be determined 
on the basis of points gained 
during eight sprints held after 
every five laps — a style de- 
manding on the cyclist but cx- 
citjng for the spectator. 

FINAL TRYOUTS SET 
For West Windsor League. 

Final tr>-out3 for the Wtst 
Windsor Babe Ruth Baseball 
League will be held at 10 a.m. 
Saturday. May 19, on the 
Maurice Hawk School field. 

The league is open to all 
West Windsor and Plainsboro 
boys 13 to 15 years old. Boys 

ho were not regular mem- 
bers of one of the four teams 
last year must try out to be 
eligible to play this season. 

In case of rain on May 19, 
call Morton D, Lcvine. league 
president, at 799 0694 for an 
alternate tryoul date. League 
play will open on the Hawk 
School field on Friday e 
ning, June 1. 

FINAL ROUND DUE 

In Springdale GoU. It ■ 
be JVT.iurico Coffi»e agai 
I-yle Fitch in the finals of the 
President's Cup tournament 
Sprlngdale Golf Club. In an 
I« hcle match. Coffee w 
handicap of 33 will n 
s'w strokes from Fitch ; 

Last weekend, Fitch 
from KUne Fulmer and Boh 
Forrey by identical scores of 
4 and 3. Forrey reached the 

tlnnls with a 1-up 
tory over Dan Hall. 

Coffee eliminated Hal 
Moran. 3 and 1. and Jack 
Aludge. 1 up. MudKe won Sat- 
urday from Ralph Allaire by 
the same margin. 

GIRLS WIN. LOSE 

In PUS .Sotlball. The Prince^ 
turi IliKli School girls S.ifllull 
l*.;im split Hi last two games 
to run it^ record to 4 3. 

The Little Tlgerctles lost a 
seesaw. l-l-W game to Law- 
rence High and h.id the bases 
loaded In the final inning when 
the final out was made. Karli 
er, In perhaps Its best-playiNl 

inie of the season. PHS de- 

ated Notro Dame. 13 9, 

I^cnMse Team, J-d. The 

PHS girls lacrosse team, 
couched by Betty Hewel and 
Joyce Jones, has won iU fir» 
llirti- games without a defcjt 
Sue Cassanl Is goalie and 
captim of the team, Hcidi 
Fallh Is Ihe loading Korer 
while Donna Nichols Is Jayvee 
captain. 

PA SWIMMERS EXCEL 
la "Meters" Swim Meet 
Hrre. Capturing ni 
every age goup in which lU 
swimmers were entered, 
Princ<-ton Aquatic Association 



"Msslers" last weekend made 
a strong showing at the East 
Coast Masters Invitational 
Meet at Dillon Pool. Over 30 
teams were representod as the 
large aggregation of swim- 
mers from the District of 
Columbia Masters Swim Club 
won the learn competition. 

The 40-H age group offered 
some of the fastest overall 
competition with three PAA 
swimmers earning 11 medaLs, 
Tir*k Bolster took three golds 
1650 freestyle (27:25 1); 200 
freestyle (3 07 4); and 1500 
free («;I6 6). She also" cap- 
tured two silier medals in the 
200 Individual Medley (3:23.7) 
and 2O0 breast stroke (3:36 4) 

John Stone, former Prince- 
ton Univer5iiy record holder 
in Ihe freestyle sprints. low 
ered his best time in the 50 
yard freestyle to 25.0 with a 
second place and another sil- 
ver in the 100 yard freestyle 
(57,8): he also placed third in 
the lOO yard backstroke wit 
!:M.9. Ed Breisacher, Stone' 
teammate on the Princeton 
'52->3 Varsily, swam to 3 firsi 
place in the 100 yard breast- 
stroke (1:16), and a silver 
meda! in the 1650 freestyle 
(22:13). SAimmmg the -- 
yard individual medley for the 
first lime. Breisacher took 
bronze medal m 1:079. faster 
than last years best national 
time in the event. 

Swimmers tn the 23-29 age 

group were David Benbas.setl, 

arned a third place 

modal in the 500 yard 

freestyle (5497), and John 

Kaimbach with a second place 

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Mike Mahoney (30 34) swam 

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" 39 3, and a third in Ihe 100 

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Kay Lasley. swimming in 
the 45-19 age group, earned 
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Pendergra^s won four 
medals: two golds in the -i" 
yard breaststroke {3:15,1 
and 100 yard breasistroke 
(l;25,l), and two silvers in the 
IftSO freestyle (24:39,7) and 
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Obituaries 



llnrlnnd W. Hoisineion Sr., 
?7. <rf 31 Castle Howard Court, 
died M.iy 4 in Princeion Mc<li 
cal Ctnler. Mr, Hoisington. an 
Investment adviser and nuihor, 
moved his business Trom New 
York to Princeton in I&IT. 

He W.1S a director fo Cooper- 
Jarrett Inc. and of the Nassau 
Fund. He had also served as 
presklent of the Nassau Club 

In his later years he began 
nritjng about his career in 
the financial ^wld. His first 
book «as catled ■'Wall Street, 
ISeO-mO: Five Fabulous De- 
cades." His second book, not 
quite completed at the time 
of his death, was about re- 
forms needed on Wall Street, 

A unlive of Amesville. Ohio. 
Mr. Hoisington graduated from 
Ohio University, where he 
played varsity football and 
earned a Phi Beta Kappa key. 
Before entering the inveslm».-nt 
field he served as a naval 
aviator tn World War I. 

Survivors incllld his wife, 
Helen; three sons. David ot 
California, Richard of Cherry 
Valle>' Road, and Harland W. 
jr. ot New Hampshire. 

A memorial service was 
held at First Presbyterian 
Church Kimble Funeral Home 
handled Jirrangcmenu. Contri- 
butions miiy be sent to the 
New Jcrst-y N euro -Psychiatric 

Inslilutc. or to the P"' 

First Aid Squad. 

Mulford A. Colebrooh. 70, of 
92 Stot-kton Street, died Miiy 
2 in Ihe Princeton (Medical 
Center. He servad for 22 years 
In the US, IForoIgn Servtee, 
and uas later active in the 
HJsloncaJ Society of Prince 



ion. 



County. Pennsylvania. He was 
the brother of C. Dickey Dyer 
III ol 107 Carter Road. 
Princeton, 

Bom in Cleveland, Mr. Dyer 
att*-nded Harvard University 
and the University of Ari«)n:i.| 
where he majored in mechaii. -' 
Survivors inchide his wifclcal engineering He Morkcd 
Helen Sii'livan Wright: a son.jwtth a variety ot aviation and 
Harry J, HI; and three daugh-;enginwring firm\, participated 



in Princeton Medical Center. 
He had worked in the athletic 
department of Princeton Un- 

sil.v fi>r -ii yenrs. 
resilient of Princeton all 
.. _ lifp, he M.is a member of 
Mercer Engine Companj- No. 



M. 



, (".uy iMichaels, 
,irLn and Kathenne 
II of Prlncekm; three 
Irs. Mary Thompson 
!.in, Mrs, John F. 
..f Nc^v Haven, Conn.. 
K Stanley Barwisi 
o, N H : and a niece 



lers. 
Misses 

■right. ,-, 
sisters, .V 
of Prince 
Shillmjn . 

nd Mr^ 
of WolfJwi 
and seveisl nephews. 

was held at th< 
Kimble Purrral Homi\ will 
interment at tJie convenience 
ot the [,im.ly. 

ElUha C. .Anderson, 95. of 
103 Leigh Ave., died May 2 
Dunnelly Memorial 
HospiljI. He was the owner 
■ ■ Anderson Trucking 
Comp.iny, 

A resident of Princeton 
since 192B, he was a member 
of Uie First Baptist Church oF 
Princeton, 

Survivors include three 
daughters, Mrs. "H^ivey Simp- 
son and Mrs. RiAy Campbell. 
both of Princeton, and Mrs 
Sccrula Smith of Trenton; a 
brother, Churlie of Eads, 
Tcnn.; three grandchildren; 
iindchildren; one 
great-great grandchild, 
sevdiil iiicc<;i and nephi 



cral engineering soc: 
lies, and was a private pilot 
Other survivors include his 
wife. Joan: four sons and J 
daughter: a »i>ler. and a 
grandson. 

Andre J. Bellando. 57. or 

Friendship, N.Y., died May .i 
in Cuba Mcmonal Hospital 
Cuba, N.Y. fie was a residem 
of Pennington until two year.' 
ago. 

Survivors include his wife 
Ha/*1 Burd Bellando: twt 
daughters. Andrea and Carol, 
both of Hopc*fll: his mother 
Mrs. .losephine R. of Trenton; 
four brothers. Emil and James 
of Trenton. Maurice of Titus 
viile. and Albert Re of L.im 
berlville: three sisters, Mrs. 
Mary Crovelto ot Boolhwyn. 
Pa, : Mrs. Carrie Suppo of 
Portland. N.Y., and Mrs. Eu 
genia McSwain of Baltimore, 



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Lifeguards Wanled 

The Princeton Recreation 
Department is looking tor 
highly qualified lifeguards 
— preferably male — for 
the Community Park Pools, 
Positions are available for 
both weekdays and werfc- 

Applicants should have 
an active Water Safety In- 
structor's certificate or 
three seasons ot pool ex- 
perience and be at least 18, 
For additional inTormalion. 
call the recreation oflice. 
931 -«80. 



moment later on a fielder s 
choice. The outcome set the 
Princeton book for the spring 
at 12-14. with tour, and po'.- 
sibly five games left. 

Thursday will find the 
Orange and Black in PhUadd- 
phia to play Temple, The East- 
ern League season will end 
Saturday against Navy at An- 
napolis, unless it is necessary 
for Princeton to go to Cam- 
bridge for a ma!(e-up contest 
next Wednesday against Har- 
vard. The Crimson can win the 
1973 title outright it it trimsi 
Cornell Friday and gains alj 
least an even break with Armyi 
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MIkh Hiipe D. GlbboDA. 57 
died Miiy 4 lit her home. 1-1 

Vandcvi>ri;(T Avenue. She wa 
the head ratulogucr at Ihi 
Htsloricul Studies Library of 
the Institute tor Advanced 
Study. 

A native of Paris, Frai 
rMI-HR OMmns was the daugh 
tor of HrrlH'rt Adams Gibbons, 
I lorciiio carrespondcnt and 
lulfior, iind Helen iDavenporl 
Gibboni. ,rl»o an author. 
At (bif lime of her death 



Colebrook w&a a goalie on *'"^, ''•" /'■■\*''<'P'!W„'' "f* 
t»th the soccer and hockey y'*'"' of class Ificnt Ion for 
teams, and was named to the """"'" ■""' '^^"'^ '""'• 
.JUI-Amerlcan hockev loam. . Survivors include two )jis- 
FoUowtng graduation in 192«. '*'T'„"'"''\A'''^^,';iu^- '^"*'" 
he studied language and bis- '^^ ^t"; Mlla C-ibbons Gard- 
tory in France !"''''■ ""'•" **' "^'Inccton; two 

In imi ha Jolni-d the U.S. U"*;'''*'*- "">> " nephew. 
CorwuliVT Service. He was as-L ^. "11''","^'"' service will be 
signed to the American Em-Ul'-,*' J'^'J)"*' "^ '""^" 
ba»wy in London throughout^-'"'" "'■'-'*• 
the blllz ot World War 11, and 
then was named the U.S. Con- 
sul in Dublin, where he served 
until 1953. 



At that time he returned to 
Princeton, and Joined n Van 
No»lrand ti Company, from 
which he retired in 1%8 He 
also bucame active in 
Historical Society, i.nil ;.ttrr 
his retirement -workid 
time at the BuinhridKe House 
on Nassau Street us curator 
and receptionist. 

Hi5 marriage In AuHtralla In 
1033 wa» Icrminiited by 
divorce. Survivors Include u 
aon. Jay of Geneva. Switter- 
land. and a duughier. Blndn. 
of Seolflc, Wusli. 

A service and a prlv.ite in- 
termeot were arrangtxl by the 
'Mather Funeral Hoim-, A 
memoriiil service will be held 
Monday at 3 in the Princi-ton 
University Cliopcl. Conlribu- 
lloDi mil}' be sunt lo the 
Princeton Medical Ctnter. the 
Historical Society ol Prince 
ton. or Princeton University 



Mr«. Miirlbn S. Will. 7-1, ot 
the iDrunswick Pike in Prince 
Ion, died May 4 at her home. 
She WHS torn In Brooklyn, 
N.Y., and hod lived in Prince 
ton for ;i& years. 

She wii.s 11 member ot Ihi 
American A)M>ciation of Ue- 
tired Pir.Mini and Uic First 
PrcsbjUTian Church. 

The widow of John F. Wi 
she Is survived by n b( 
Richard .1. Will pt Lawrcm 
vllle: a daughter, Mrs. Eve 
Ivn D ide of Dallas, Pa,; 
tlirei' gianddntightCM: a sis- 
lor. Ml" Kiitherlne Sieger of 
SI. Peur-iburg, F7n,, and a 
brother. William A, Sieger, of 

xa Ralon, Fin. 

A service was held at thi 
First I'ri vliyiorian Church and 
lnterm.nl was at Prince 
Cemetery, Arrangements \v 
made liy the Kltnlble Funeral 
Home. Contrd)utlons may be 
sent to the Mercer Coun'.y 
Henrt Assuelntlon. 



Mrs. Murle A. MontaEue. 

08, of Dutchtown Road Belle 
Mead, died May 4 at Princeton 
Modiciil CMilor. She had 
served as lrust*c and vice 
president ot the Somersil 
County Heart Association. 
Born in Philadelphia, Mie 
us a graduate of Notre Dome 
Academy. Rittenhouse Snuiirc, 
Philadelphia. She was tht 
widow ot B. Franklin Mont 
ague. 

Survivors Include a aislcr. 
Mrs, Helen A. Van Horn of 
Media, Pa., und a ■brother. 
Charles H. Adier of Sarasota. 



BALL TEAM LOSES | 

To Scion Hall. The first ofi 
four scheduled road games 
this week went against Prince-, 
ton's baseball team Monday ati 
South Orange when it lost to 
Selon Hall, 4 to 2. 

The Tigers had a 2-1 lead 
in the top ot the fourth after 
shortstop Steve Brown doubled 
home both Princeton runs ' 
Sophomore Scott McHciiry ran' 
into a wild streak in the home[ 
halt of the inning, however.! 
and the Pirates regained the 
advantage, 3 to 2. Both Bob| 
Harding and Bill Coppedge 
worked in relief. 

Despite Tuesday's rain, the 
Tigers played and won at New 
Brunswick, topping Rutgers. 
4 2. behind seven good innings 
from Randy Blevins. He went 
into the eighth with a 4^ lead 
but needed solid relief work 
from Steve Crandall lo pre- 
serve the victory. 

Doubles by Ken Beytin and 
George Cummings in the 
fourth and fifth saw each man 
complete the circuit for 
Princeton run. In th six.... 
Steve Brown tripled the third 
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Pla, 
A Mass of Ihe Resurrection 
iis held at St. Paul's Church, 
and Interment was In Holy 
Cro*s Ccmctcry.Yeadon, Pa. 
Arrnngemcnls wtrc made by 
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George A. (Iroendyke, 66, ol 
Ul South Mill Road, Dutch 
Neck, died May 7 at his home. 

Born In Plainsboro, he was 
a retired farmer who had 
lived in the Plainsboro- We St 
Windsor area all his life. Mr. 
Grot5idyke was a member ot 
the Dutch Neck Presbyterian 
Church. 

He U survived by his wife. 
Mrs, Catherine Slovens 
Grocndyke; two dnughlcrs. 
Mrs. Ell/aheth Everett of 
Penn.s Neck and Mr.n, Corndla 
Appleget of Dutch Neck; three 
grandchildren and a great- 
granddaughter. 

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Thursday nt 2 at the Cole 
Funeral Home, Crnnbury. thr 
Rev. James Weaver otliclat 
Ing. Burial will be in the Prrs 
byterian Church cemetery. 

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•vent. 



Only one old mark fell to 
the Iwys. Jon Miller of 31 Her- 
ronl.iwn Circle set new rec- 
ord In the lonu Jump with his 
leap of 1410— -n whopplna 11 
inches hMtcr thnn Tony Oppcr 
man's 1972 distance. 

The girh set three ncn 
rnnrku in the running eventx 
Michelle Broadway t»ettercd 
lur SO yard dash mark ot ln*t 
wur with a fin clocklnit, and 
SjiUv McKwen rra^icil Drnise 
liiillof-k's 13 mark In the 100 
v;ird da^h with a 129 effort 
~;tn- also anchored the 12 IS 
' 1 nr old 440 relay team, which 
it a new record of SO. 3. Oih 
I fs on the team were Joanne 
Ki.c, T.inda Edwards and Ma 
rie Shcehan. 

Other record breakers were 
Dorothy Dyson In the junior 
long jump. Susie Gnlcs in thr 
bantam standing long jump, 
and Martha Grace in the jun- 
■ inr hi){h Jump. 
Town Topics, Pfintelon, N. 




You alu .!>.■, ^\i.- ui\ long distance calls by dialing direct* 
without operator assistance. And, if you dial diiect on the 
weekends or after 5 p.m. on weekdays, you save even more. 

How much more? Let's compare rates for a thi-ee- 
minute call dialed du-ect from New Jersey to Los Angeles. 
During daytime houi-s— 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.— you pay $1.45. 
But after 5 p.m. you only pay 85<. And on the weekends 
(till 5 p.m. Sunday) ail you pay is 70^. 

So the next time you call long distance, dial it youi-self. 
And wait until bargain calling times to do it, 

^) New Jersey Bell 

■Direct dlalinc r.tw do not apply to OF^ralor-wji.tcii clb wch as credit cu4. collect, 
third numb«r bdW, penon-to-pcrvon uid coin phon* calls to other »Ute». 

J., Thursdoy, Moy 10, 1973 3^ 



Weekly Stock Quotations of Area Firms 



Prerioui MoDiL>r 

High L0W 

Anrfwd Data BcsmpA 3 J* 

UcKt<d Jerecy Banks »"* *3H 

SM Aa«4 

Appiifti Logic . . 1* T' 

Kase Tea S*-st«TB * * 

C»vte F ladustnes 8* fl* 

Oau Ran W I't 

FiAb Dinaum t^ > 

Ookoiil Nabmal BaBic 5K 6 

Heritage BAinon» IW ao^ 

Matbematic* 7 714 

Metranatkn IVc 2U 

N J Natkxtal Corperatioa »% im 

OpW Owp e^i 9Vi 

Paw Corp 9V4 9H 

Pr .\mericao Bancorp . IGW IGH 

Pnncetoa Applied Reeearob 6 B 

Prtnoetoi Cbemical Research 8 10 

Princ«toD Electroak Produo(s 8 10 

S>:st«nedics . 2 

■nam Chemical . S 

Naasau Fund (N.AV i U 10 U » 

TV above ioter-deaW prioas approidmatioas and are subjtyt tii chjn»;<.* witiiout ivrfice 

Storks setling for lesi tban SOc a shore bid ar« not tocUidcd In tbr 1U4 br Clark. Dodge. 

Prices Provided by Princeton Office of Clark, Dodge. 



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Topics Of The Ton n 'Z-'dr','^' 

—Continued from Pace JO r Montgome 
STUDENTS ARE LE1.\RNI\g! Rt-gioiul ; 

About DonalloK Blood. Kig)i I jt doners tl-^'ici 
teen }i-,ir-o)d high school slu- )<,m<^ Ihe prograi 
denu [rom area high schools ■ 

are parlicipaling in a drive Alniosl 20 havcalrcady given 
sponsored by Red Cross Youth Uieir Tirit pint of blood when 
of the PnncetOD Chaplor, A- Uie lu'cd ai»** tor tlieri lype, 
merrcan Red Cross, lo teach Beginning May 10, seniors at 
them the need for volunteer pnnceion Hjgh School will be 
blood donors. asked U> join the program. On 

Students have seen a movie Monday. May 14, they will ha 
called "Blood 13 Lite. Pasn it their blood typed, then be rea 
On" which illustrates how ma- (jy [^ g^ to the Medical Center 
ny people are unaware of the ^ihen needed, 
need tor volunteer blood, arid 
bow easily it la really given. 
Then ihey have their blood 
typed by a Red Cross Volun- 
teer Nurse at the school. 

The next week they give nX 
the Medical Center, dependmgl 



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the 



HUNTER COUR.SB USTED 
By Townthip Police. The 

4th annual hunter safety 
:ourse tor Iho^e 10 or older 
vho wish to obtain their inll 
ill hunting licenses will be 



tjketi pljce in ['.iTnlrniTri Benevolent Asw- 

d Ei5t Windsor cialion under the direction of 

Is. and 2f, and Twp Pit Walter V. Emann, 

ly have The course will consist of 

one four hour course on Sat 

urday. a two-hour course neitt 

Friday evening and a final 

four-hour course next Salur 

day morning. All will be giv 

en al the Citizens Rifle and 

Revolver Club on the Prim 

Ion Highl.itown Road. 

.successfully 
conipjpte the course will be 
arded the certiticate re- 
red by the stale for the 
purcha.^e of a firearms hunt- 
ing license. 

Appliealioni are available 
from Mrs. Mary Mount. 135 
Herbert Avenue, Hamilton 



... Oil the Old BUxk. 

"Let the chips fall where 
they may" used to be the 
Townships altitude. No 
longer: where ttie chips fall, 
the householder will now pay 
$5 per tour-cubic -yard truck- 
Chips ground out by the 
Township's chopper have al- 
ways been tree for the ask- 
ing to Township gardeners 
and landscape arlisls. But 
the demand is outstripping 
the supply so the municipal- 
ity decided Monday nighl, 
in an action laden with 
"whereas" clauses, to make 
the is charge. The new fee 
is expected lo add About (300 
to the Township woodpile. 
If you want lo be put on 
the wood-chip waiting list, 
call the engineer's office. 
931 707T 



Squi 



N J Her phone num 
oer ts 587-C078. Application! 
must be tilled out and signed 
by a parent or guardian and 
brought to the tirsl class. En- 
rollment is on a first come. 
first served basis. 

Additional information may 
he obtained from Borough, 
Township or Weit Windsor 
police. 

CHORAL FESTIVAL SET 

By Area Scboobt. On Sunday 

evening at 7 p m. in The Law- 

renceville School Chapel, the 
choirs of Stuart Country Day. 
St. Mary'? Hill. Hun School. 
Princeton Day School and The 
Lawrenceville School will join 
together for the annual Inde 
pendent Scliools Choral Festi- 
val. 

The no voice Festival Choir 
and Orchestra, under the di 
rection of Greg Goida of The 
Hun School will perform \i' 
valdi's "Gloria" and Norman 
Ddlo Joio's "Song of the Open 
Road." It is o?en to the public 
free of charge. 

The Vivaldi work features 
student soloists Elizabeth Chal 



lener and Katie Clark ol 
Stuart Country Day. Jane Sch- 
wab of Hun. Wendy Cohen and 
Julie Sly of Princeton Day 
School. The "Song of Uie Open 
Road" utilises the talents of 
Hun and Lawrenceville facul- 
ty members Beity Goida— 
piano, and Joe Scannella— 
trumpet. 



menu IS nicgtl, ' 



SOIID 
OPPORTUNITY 

to acquire o profitable 
business in the leisure 
products field. Copital 
needed $2500. location, 
centfol N. J. Write 

LEISURE 
PRODUCTS INC. 

242 Trenton Ave., 
Trenton, N. J. 

or call 
609-5Bfr^093 



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Do You fimre Idle Capital? 

YesI If you liavc owned your house for five years. 
Make your equity woA for >->Ju. In 3'A years, 
money investeO in our Bert Buys can double 
the secret is knowing wliat to buy. wliea to sell. 
We have a (ow Best Buys available ri^t now, 
Pbonc today . . , 

CHARLES J. FREERICKS 

ISt SUte Road, PrincHoa . (tin\ ntJiT* 



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ind compare your results with 



Investment Counsel 

How well hove you -Jooe with your owi 
monagement? 
Shouldn't you review i 
those of professional 

Write or phone for our new brochure 

KARL D. PETTIT & Co. 

SiNC€ 1032 

PRINCETON OFFICE NfW YORK OFFICE 

4 Naiidg Sl.FDt 20 E.d.nnge Ploca 

Priortion, N J OeSO N«-« IviV. N T. 10005 




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UP TO 15% OFF ON ALL 

FACTORY -ORDERED FORD DIV. CARS 
DURING THE MONTH OF MAY ONLY. 

Nassau-Conover Motor Company 

Route 206 and Cherry Valley Rd. 
Princelofl, N. J. 924- 

established 1919 

Princefon'i Transportation Headquarters 




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Town Topics. Pfincolon, N, i.. Thursdoy, Moy 10. 1973 -. 



COUNTKY APARTMENT for rani, S 
fnoTfi ana MVt; tint )«vc1; garage. 



n»l ALFA ROMEO SpTMr. 10,000 



AH Tobacco Cigars 

Palmer Square 
924-0123 



ALiV*^U vr»i«ii jvj<i-»j 

^ CwnmCTcUl • RtiWentlal 

J. JONES 
REFUSE SERVICE 

PruK-eton 924-22*1 



FOB SEN' 

pw monK 
W1-45JJ 






FOR SALEt Monda IH c 



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■or "S5h«r $1S. l»^o« 


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iwlmmlntr fiooli, drlvc- 










MM3MI aftiit' 





RUO, oDidtn Af^on, 
T*ly uilcit pile, rich colon. ( 
I brown lon«. 10 9"«13'tO", n 



FOR SALE; Thi*e y 



■w. 17!. Call *4W»iS. 



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INE PROPERTY 



IPABTMENT FOR RENT: Hlohli«w.n. 
Two pfrO'Oom, IKO pet monlh pli^ 



IE RGCTCLERS: locetod J 



s Open THurvWv. 
FHilav". Saluroay, 11-5, SunOay l-S. 
Bam «0«1 Salurdj^ US, '"" <" 



CANOPV SED WAMTED, 



Princolon. W4-M41. 



DOMESTICS. SLEEP 
pean and Korean Ir. 



Enfllrth Speaklno. Esl. 

itr Aflenty, M13 Heller- 
SI., PhJii., Pa. l(W9. iaiS-'«- 



^ HEAL GARASG SALE; L»51 
Ao Moppwl Iramc; thH yea' 
Uave 9 parking y^rd. Mariy llAfni 
draggeo Irom MJlan, otlla. gana^M 
and lotli. AnliQiM Ice box; old dun* 






* II, 10- 



OAflASE SALE: Salurdi 
4 Savoral nou:Hv>IOs. mi aurv. « 
baby «(iulpm«il. rugi. tmjoavc. lamoi 
kHcfton ware, PatsMlarU jJlver, plelufo 
framei, llnwii, hair dryer, bowling 
ball, BUorled lurnllure, garden cbalio, 
loyt ond man/ other bOJichoid Hems. 



Lawmicevlllo. 



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allatoaxi 



REM ESTATE 
246 Nassou Srreel 

Piinceton, New Jersey 



TOWN TOPICS 
CLASSIFIED AD RATES 

J1.50 for 20 words, pei 
inseitioD, 3c for each addi- 
lional word. Boi nuiober ads 
50c ertia- Paj-mctit of ad 
within six days after publica- 
tion saves 50c billing charge- 

Cancclktions must be made 
by 5 p.m. Monday; recrdets 
by 5 p.m. Tuesday, the week 
of pubhcalion. 

Ads may be called in, 9i4- 
2200, mailed to P.O. Box 664, 
Princeton, or brought to the 
Town Topics office, 4 Mercci 
Street. 



Princeton's Oldest Funeral Firm 

Maorlce A. Malher 

R, Peler Hodge, Mgr. 

40 Vandevenler Ave. Princeton, N. J. 

609-924r0242 



OUR HOME SWEET 
HOME FOR SALE 



Shopping Covler. Altactied garage. 3 

dioomi, larr^y mm Lots 

>seU. Ui bailB, New pool. New. 

-ge redwood d«'. New ilone pauo. 

Newly rvrnaiiiea IcIkberMliftlng room 

Sotl waler condll/ooirtg and many 

ilhor enIriM. In eice'llew coodlllon 

(rom shingle roci lo ver> dry base- 

nenl, Availobte after July. IM.eOO. By 

mne*. Coll M4-tlM. 



FOR SALE: l)fc» MalKxj Chevelle, atr 
corHJIlioned. low mll«»oe, power steer 
Ing. good condition. Call UB-21Dt atter 



VW SEDAN (ar ■ 



LEAVING COUNTRY SALE: Wil '66, 
o.celleni caiOit:-)". 1<mH7S0; toyi and 
oamet; fiCA TV, J40; picnic Jug, «; 
cooler, $S; (an; cookoul grill; men's 



tn BorooDb. Very ipactoui llwlnfl 
room, dining rwn, library, encliReO 
porcji. BMulitui grounds. Ccniral (o- 
callon; N. Y. Bus. t bloch. 1650 e 
montJi. T^a^oD«nl Land Comparry, 



BEDS, TWIN SIZE, t m.-tfwgany 
maple i!5; maple chfsl of dra' 
(h mlrmr IJi: chairs « eiacti; 



THE RIVERSIDE AREAI 




on the Morkeil 



A four bedroom Thompson designed Coloniol on o lovely treed lot. 
Center hall, lorge living room with fireplace, formal dining room, 
bright spacioi^s family room, modern kitchen; preily, private terrace. 

$99,500 



THE PARTICULAR BUYER SHOULD CALL 

9247272 

Beverly Crone Jody McCoughan 

Terry Merrick Anne Ward 

Jane Schoch Eleanor Young 

Pele Callaway « Tod Peyton 

Licensed Real Estate Broker 



TOWNHOUSE APARTMENT 






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VictoricKi Antiques — Nice Household 

PUBLIC AUCTION 

The Peeples (Florida Bound) 
160 Glenview Dr. Colonial Lakelands 

U'ff 2.3iOUS. 1) [Trtr.ton, N. J.) 

THURSDAY, MAY 17-9 A.M. 

[Rjin D,ite Ne>:l Day} 
Nice Vict, marble bureaus, wash stands, tables, mirrors, 
book caics, walnut & maple cabinets; child's fura,, new 
comer sofa & day bed; round 5" maple dining table; oak 
knee desk; pol belly stove; etc.l 2 Primitive landscapes by 
Peterson; Heisey punch bowl; cut & pressed glass; Lenox, 
silver; old scale; group old coins; H. O. trains; house sofa: 
rjirl's hike: kitchen set; nice addicion.s. Good salel 

LISTER & ROBERT SLATOFF 

AucKoneers- Trenton, N.J. - 393-4848 



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Antiques — Quality Household 

PUBLIC AUCTION 

Est. Grace Srebnick (lifetime Collector) 
1 40 S. Mountoin — Montclair, N,J. 

WED., MAY 16-9:30 A.M. 

ExhibitTues. 15 12 to 5 P.M. 

G.H.d Spinel Piano; fine 1925 marble top dining set (cost 
55,000), lovcW display cabinet; nice Louis XV sofa; 
bc-autiful nt-edlepoint & uph. chairs; fine Louis XVI gilt, 
anliqtic It custom tables; mapio bedroom; slant desk; etc.l 
Signed Tiffany bowls & candlesticks & lovely lamps; lots 
fine antique art & cut glass; miniature French enamel 
furniture; Luarl v.iscs; Capo; Loctz; Lalique; Doullon; 
Liniofjcs; Sterling; brnnzcs; brass; etc.! Fine 10\14' ori- 
criLd l< throw rugi. Quality sale! Selected addih'oas. 

LESnR & ROBERT SLATOFF 

Auctioneers ~ Trenton, N.J. — 393-4848 



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^inglo aAill or loving ccuple; >de<ai 
for univeriliy Ijcully or ot^kIusIf 
Mudwil. Avdiljbl* mld-Moy. iUO pei 

anilable, Slmllor Bpartnwnls i 
flb1« on or oboul July Ul ortd Ai 

OWcLLINQ MANAGERS 



IMWER SUBLET: Tn 
D^rimtnl ti9>4 10 ompus. 
< AugutI ram. iUO per r 



COMPETENT an 

\ wilt do patnikfig, roofing. 
ry, llgbt bAjlIng, gardening, 
w»iti(oo, »M tain. ReKonaCle 

1 Call tm-m-t'H*. 



Call wt-j;o«. 



WHEN THE 
OCCASION 
CALLS FOR 

MoVlNG 



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04? 
BOHREN'S 

MOVING & STORAGE 
PRTXCETON, N.J. 

1609) 4S2-M0O 

lOCAt • LONG DISTANCE 

OVERSEAS • STORAGE 
ntt En MATES y^Sv 

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Quality Furnishings, Lovely Antiques 

PUBLIC AUCTION 

Mr, & Mrs. Ahr 

Sold Home, (moving lo Florida) 

Additions from Dr. Parks estate, Princeton, N,J. 

SATURDAY, MAY 12-10:00 A.M. 

1724 Riverside Drive, Trenton, N,J. 

Toke Lee Ave. off of 1400 Block West Stare St. 

To Riverside Drive. (Rain or Shine) 

Oriental rugs, Victorian marble top table, Ii\ing and bed- 
room furaiture. baby grand piano, bunk beds, rush bottom 
chairs, candle sl.md, walnut desk, Lenox china, fine cut 
glass, Cloisinec. clocks, lamps, art glass, ngnod Galle, early 
American silver, fine linens, rSrigerator, aulo.washcr, 
Elcctrolux vacuum, sewing macliinc. etc. Many intcrpiline 
iti-ms nul Ibted. 

Auctioneer: JOHN PINEILI (609) 587-8989 
lunch Seating Parkina 



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Nice Household - Antiques - Chino - Glo 

PUBLIC AUCTION 

Dr. & Mrs. Edmund Burroitghs 

(Iniiludes Tobm i KjIz. nbaJi JLeirlooni.s ) 

701 W. State St. - Trenton, N.J. 

SAT., MAY 12-9 A.M. (Rain or Shine) 

Good Spinet pi.iiio; nice living. Ptiyfc dining & beilri.nii 
5cL(; repro grandniollier. 1840 Steeple and mantel cloiU 
nice table«; slant; ladies and soerclarj' desks; blanket chevis; 
ginning wlicci; mirrors; nioe antique child's fum; carved 
Empire sofa; pr. Frcndi stools; Vict. Iron settee; etc.l Of- 
fice cc|uipntcnl; t>pcwrtler deA; Windsor cJiairs; Dr. se«lc; 
filtw; 15.000 B.T.U. air conditioners; etc.; Boehm Robbin 
& Blue Jay; fine .inlique glass i eltina; WiUets; Lenoji- 
Old Paris; Limoges dinner & cholocato sefcr; Historical 
Staff; old O^cUiid; nice old doIU; lots lovely cut & an- 
tique glaM; gold Baccarot & ruby stemware; ki\-ely cr>-st.d 
ch.indclicr; lots ek-^-^it llocns; oriental rugs; pat<i quill- 
draper; nice lamp*; >!]%■«; andirons; 2 Wm. Spear Land- 
»ci.p<s; prints; books; Am. Heritage; etc.l Recent Delux 23" 
AdimraJ rcfng,; new wadicr, drjcr & Singer. 2 TV* 
slereo; Hi Ki jpcikets; house safe; Conn Sax; p> 
tiif>!<i Wri- good vilc! 

LESTtR & ROBERT SLATOFF 

AucHoneers — Trenton — 393-4848 



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•TTRACTIVt RENTAtS 
PRINCETON BOROUOH 



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~ Irom GcirarO top oiuUIr 



CUSTOM NORTON Ccnvnanoa motor- 



t ANONYMOUS of Pnnne- 



•>t«ii; •"»' 1 



WILSON aOAO. 



ot, fWI THE PLANT SITTER (1 
afl»r *' i(wi,» omit you're ea 



BIMCK COLONIAL 

with 3.3 acres 

Partly woixted with an aH 
brick 2 storj' colonial, boast- 
ine a fioe floor plan, Hving 
room with fireplace, formal 
diniag room, study, 4 bed- 
rooms, 2'5 baUts, good oondi- 
tioa. Asking W.9W 

ROCKY HILL 

Enjo>' anall Uwn living at 
a reasonable price, A 3 bod- 
room semi-deitacfaed home in 
exeellen ooodition, wall to 
wall carpetioj in dining 
rocm. hall and 2 bedrooms, 
largo living room: kitchen 
plus a r-2 ear garage. M0.900 



CIRCA 1850 

Coliwual cottage on wiood- 
ed loL Nowly rcnnvalcd to 
provide all comTortci to add 
to Oie original charm. Owner 
bafi left a few minor jobs 
For the bio'er 6 rooit^. now 
bath. noM' kitchen, new wtr- 
a^, new plumbing and heal- 
ing, open bcanu: quiet coun- 
117 location; garage. (31,900 

The MAY AGENCY 



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REALTOR 921-7655 

195 Nossau Street Princeton, New Jersey 



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Janpya'w tutn an »ll»er, pamttnji, 
(toili *n4 wnai-navc-you. 

COUNTRY ANTIQUES 



PRINCETON TOWNSHIP 




Greol chofm cind mony fine deloiis distinguish 
this ex';eMen! older house, set on nearly two 
acres, beoutifully landscoped, with 225 feet on 
Siony Brool*. A large living room %vith fireplace 
has French Joors to a flagstone terrace. Spa- 
cious dining room also has fireplace. Book lined 
study plus small office room, ponlry and kitchen 
with back stairs, bone dry full basement. There 
ore five bedrooms, three ond one half boths, 
omple storage spoce throughout. A "One*of-a- 
Kind' buy $139,000 

LAWRENCE NORRIS KERR 

REALTOR, E."" "» 
Sales: Anne S. Stockton 
32 Chambers Street 



Nancy Nolle Lea 
Tel. 924-1416 



• CHARLES KDRAINE COMPANY • REALTORS • 



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nrii.' (iiti-rs llio walled JitpiinKac garden tliitt higliUgliln tlic 
iiittrmt and privacy o! one ol Our Town's niort httriguiiiR 
liciiTiw. Alinort every room In the Uonw — lurgo livliiR rouiii 
with firt^lnw luid Itookshulvoa, dinljif; room, modem klldion 
as lunclsoinc ui It b functionol, irtxidy — gimlrooin, ninslrt 
fuite .irid two iipstairg bodioomi — o%wIi.>oVs Uie courtyard or 
file fenced lawn and otrocUvely liinditonpcd, lo\vmainletiniKv 
g4r(Ii>n, Spacioiu breakfast oroo, flnl flooc lauiMliy nxttn, 
large aU-purjHUo biucDiont, wnlk-In •lorage attic. 31ii hutlw, 
ur-mndilioning and prtrtine condilitm miike llic liuutc coiufort- 
^Ic to live In OS well u lovely to louk at. La»I but not \caA 
(an iinripcctvd e»lra In a house only one hluvlt from tlie New 
York bus) arc M*vcral lingo kouldert, dnimatioiiUy lucalul li> 
ciilijiu.,' the .ippealing grounds. (80.51X1 

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Living, formal dining, and kitchen with informal dining comprise one wing. Four bed- 
rooms and three and a half baths create a flanking wing of this spacious hoi>se. 

Offered al $96,500 



Conlemporory Iwo-story Townhouse in nearby Twin Rivers. First floor: living room with 
polio ovedoolting pool, dining room, kitchen and powder room. Second floor: two 
large bedrooms, huge walk-in closet and full both. Offered ol S33,SOO 



An unusually woll designed Cape Cod Colonial is being completed this spring on on 
acre and three quarlers for country living, large formal living room, equolly large 
nnd informol family room with fireploee. A master bedroom wing on ground floor 
with dressing room and both. Above ore thrse bedrooms and bath. $73,500 



Thro© bedroom ranch house on a holf acre in West Windsor. This house hos mony de- 
sirable foolures including on open-beamed ond panelled fomily room, ond a large re- 
cently renovated conlemporory kitchen. $46,500 



Aloxondro I. Punnen Mary Lonohan 

Therete Tweel Hilda A. Jennings 

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Anable-Everett Reoify 

CRINCCTOM HIGMt&TOWN ROAD 
PfllNCETON JCT. M J M5M 



CHARLES E ANABLE, Reolloi 




Tuin Rivers TtrAii I(<JU3-, E^^ Wm-Uw Tu^i Hall, living 
room, dining rocm. kiu-hen and 'i baOi im the tost floor. 
2 bPiimnms ami haltj an thn secMul Owilral air condition- 

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12 ininiilis Ici Uw SUiUmj kn I*nnc-i'in .luntlioH Living 
rxwin, (ImiDj; nxmi with Miding kUv. lUxirs to rear patio. 
kitchon, 3 bwlroonw :ukI 2 bulhs. A hill iKiw-nintt with out- 
sifie <TilraTioe The lijiv-mtTil tut .i (;iiriily n,««ii .im! ■ 
• ■r pI^o'i'oiMn. 144, 500 




UfA-n Livini', n.i^i a itii IrnvUtW. ii v.-ry off.Cifirt kH(.4ion 
wlUi sLT\iin'. bar to the dining nftti. 2 IxMLriMiTTtt ani) bylh 
[.lus; iHi i-xlra romn for dai. trfficc «r 3rd Ixxhxwm- A 
lull slair IfJuls up lu ii lan^- unfinudKvl room whlt-h oouM 
be a tiUitljq, offiw ikn m another Ix-lroom. A iloitr from 
tins room koc? lo tile roni of a Mm ilwk at the rwa sk\v 
■rf lh.> first fifior A (ull iMMomcM wait vt-ry Uirw 2 car 
gara«o itt Krt..im(i lt*vpl The lw.s.tin.nt ka a finvlijco im\ 
Mk haiid Ix-w-n btwmi Ifi the (^-ilint: Some [innoHlim aiwl 
tilt wwil.1 firtmplt'lc n t>i-jiutiriil liirjrt' [,-imiIy rwan 
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fyw-tier ix»om oil the Itmt rioor, 4 h«lm<«ite laul 2 bjiUis ^ 
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Expamled rancl, in Colonijil Park, West Wimlsor TSv-p. En- 
try, livinp rtNjm, diiuiit; rwm, kKtlK.-ti, 3 bwktwtnfi. 2 
baths. of(.« or tk-n, family room and uUlily nxnii on the 
first floor. 2 bcdroorat mid bath on Uic u|>|)or IotoI En- 
closed rc;j- porch, slate paUo. 2 car Barago. Caitr.il air 
condrtjoixxl. Excfllent lovution. SSA.SOO 



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REAL ESTATE 

246 Nassau Street 

Princeton, New Jersey 



FOREST CONTEMPORARY 

Doiion.d by J. Roben Hilller, beouiif,;lly bu.i. on i.vo ones of .oll- 
,ng. wooded properly in o superb localron. 




The ipocloui entry opent to o speeloculor two itory li.Ing ,00m, 
dining room overlook, living room en one slde-imall welled gor-' 
den wi.b liiile pool on Ihe other side, gue.l room ond both on first 
floor. ,l„dy or musir room, fomily room, (onlosilt kitchen mony 
.p.col loxche.. Mosler bedroom with very plosh dressing both 
plus throe fomily bedrooms ond bath (ond more). $195,000 

IME PAKIICULAIl BUYER SHOUIO CAll 

924-7272 



BcveHy Crane 
Terry Merrick 
Jone Schoch 
Pete Collawav 



Judy McCoughon 

Anne Word 

Seonor Young 

_ Tod Peyton 

Liceni»d Reol Estate BroVer 

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Looking for a Horned 




BKST El'V Well k.i< 3 btOrcnyni randi on & nicvly Land- 
sca[<ed lot v-ilh fiehls 4 woods in back. Tlie fmldstotK wall 
and bencbes built «ilJi DelGftiarc Hivor Jacks ©vc Ihe living 
room a umquc charm Kildten wtlh eating area, dioing room, 
family room, slutlio. I'i baths, and a large patio. Excellent 
schoals, near NY bus, good lihopping & close to Prinoetwi. 

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NEW nOMES on cul-de-sac on new strool in Borough of 
Highlstown, near schools, shopping and hoiuos of worsfaip — 
3 and 1 bedrooms — I'.i to 2 baths, $37,990-$S8,9M 




IN TUE FIFTIES - Wc Ju^l listed that liiird to fmd homo 
havjig lots of space — for !<■« Ui;»n si.\ty Ihouiand dollarH 
Four bediown, 2'^ baths, livmK room dining imwn, larse 
kitdMsi, family room utiiily room, 'i car guru^ An immacu' 
late proprc<y, with central oir condilianing, beautiful wall- 
to-waU carpeting, »'. acre nicely larabcaped lol. Kt9,9M 

LOVELY FOUR RFDROOM sjvlU on a »« »cre lot with mature 
trees, diruWxw^'. and a fcnocid-kn bnck yard Livwr room, 
dmuig room. kiLoben, panukid tamily room, 1 full, 2 haU batfas, 
laundry room, basentunt and oUior extras m^ikc tJu.s an out- 
standing vahK at $43,SM 
PLEASURE OR BUSINESS - Spacious 3 Ulrm nindi 4 lOBO 
sq ft ahop-oHlcc bldg . suilabte for art studio or special 
use Easy cocnmuling to NYC an.! Phila, BoauUIul Florida 
Room. Vk batlLi. and firepkiec lAish l-acre boauliful wood- 
land wrtting in ((Ukit but dynamic rommiiruly. $47,S00 




JUST LISTED — SPACIOUS l-OLONIAL. 3 yejirs >wing 
Entrance ball, huge living n>ofn wiUi luii^l;nv, family rootn, 
kitclien with oatiug area IM floor laundry, 4 bedrooms, 2^^ 
baULi, basement. 3 cur gai'age, «a,SM 

PRETTV PRINCETON - Say « bke It b. Situated on ooo (rf 
our most picturesque streets, Co7,y one-stojy living on a got- 
geous Mi acre niiodsy lot, Thi-eo bedrooms, I baUi, UvinR 
room, kitchen. 2 car garage, basement. (S6JW 

S.MALL DEVELOPMENT — only U new Iximes under con- 
struction. Living room, dining room, eat-in kitcluw, family 
room with sliding glass doora to garden, four bcdi-oom. 2'i 
balhs "5 Sow Alre-idj." (M.900 

COME SEE this lovely ranch. 4 bcdromm. living room 
u-ith fmeplaoe, seiving room, den, kitchen with open twarOi. 
2^ batlE, ciharming landsoaiting and central alr-cood. H!,DOO 
FABRIC SHOP FOR SALE - good terms. Low down poj'- 
mTOt. Call (or detaili, 

RENTAL — Office space in Princeton, Aiujtox, 1000 sq ft 
divided mto 3 rooms Ei;ecllent locjtion. (ST3 per mo. 

RESIDENTIAL RENTALS — Stn-er^il oxcoUcnt vjiltKw from 
|26S4S.*5 per mo. 




11)1 \\\\ i "■ ■. 1 1 11 , I', ii..-.-:..i, 'I'.'.ii nedf schools, 

\'- I'ul' ,:: ' M >■! aftradive liv- 

ii>-- iM ■■■ ■ •■ ■■ . '■-■■'. rfii.ii, .....I'n krtclien. 4 bed- 

rfwrn.-. in j m-mxim.. ar^i lamily room, 4 :; t>alhs. Additional 
playroom, ret-roation 4 hobby space in huge basemt-nt area. 
2 oar qarage Sot on approx. 4 acre "park-like ' Im and in 
immacuLale coixUioQ. (69,300 

ON A BEAUTIFUL ACRE LOT on a Co!-de-sac Street bi 
Shadybrook is this lovely ranch home. Ideal one floor living 
with an extra bedroom and balJi or lower leiel. Fireplace. 2 
car e-va?.e ami in co^! mi-l.-rr.T, $57,500 



0\'EBLO()KlN<. l;L\lllM,f. (fONKV LAKK - L\i\-un0U5 
home, Siale entry, bui^e livm? room, family room with fire- 
place. poMder room, ld>rarj', separate master suite, four 
more bedi-ooms and two baths upstairs. (117,000 





YOUVE FOliND IT - this year okl 5 BR wloiria! offers you 
ovorytJunj; yiwVe aKvays wanted. Profossionally ckcorated 
from ceramic entfy to ceilinsi. Both 23 ft, den with fireplace 
and huge kitchen with codra ckisels open to a beauliful dock 
with a double gas grille. House is situated on treed ^i acre 
soUJog. Piofi-wsiurtally lundacaped. Features include 2 zone 
boating and jir condJIioning. central vacuum system, fire and 
burglar aUniiw. acreons and storms, full basement. oarpetinB. 
draptss, and so much more ... you muat see this bouse to 
bciievc wivil a fomaslic buy rt 13, Owner tranaforretl — must 
seU imimyliately. Asking mid 70's. 

SUSIMER LIVING - SliMMER LOVING - you can have 
both for Uw asking in Uiis airy contemporary Start your 
summer living with a dip In the 20'x40' heated Dream Pool, 
replete willi c:»bana having its own bath, dres^ung room and 
a aauiu - fully fenced for privacy. A real family Iwme 
(eaturmii 4 bwlrooms, 3 balhs. Uving room, dinijig room 
klUAen. family room, and jolouslod sun room, basement' 
contra] aH-corklilioning and in ultra-fine condition For the 
'■"„ 1!^^'"^ ;> lot o£ I'laig In gel caughl up on. and what- 
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HANDSOME PRINCETON HOME - in a wwded setting on 
one of the Western section's most beautiful streets, this large 
architect -designed contemporary is well adapted to large 
family living. Formal living and dining areas open onto 
spacious terraces. Large efficient kitchen with a dining ^ea 
plus a guest powder room. In addition to a separate four 
bedroom two bath wing, there is a second floor studio rown 
with its own bath and sitting room which is perfect as a 
hideaway or guest apartment. TTiere's also a ground level 
playroom plus another bedroom wA bath for the joonger 
**• (139,900 

WEST WINDSOR - on 3'i acres, 5 bedrooms. 4 baths. Cus- 
tom built. Too many foalurea to enumerate. Commerciallj' 
zoned. Ideal for professional, (115,000 



over else. 





ON ALMOsi u 1:, - ,u,, nL.l.Hn-buiU conlempnrarv- 

featuring ,, 1. ,, , 1 ,.. n.mi .SepataU.. dining rtwm' 

dranvitic lah(,>m,a kil.l«i, with buUIin bartwquc pit' 
^irec b«lTM*.m3, two balhs. «wing room, enclosed porch' 
Central air conditioning, two car garage. m 500 

MINUTES FROM PRINCETON «, a beautiful ^Ir.^ Colonial 
4 bedn«o, 2S baU« on *. ac.v trwl W »,th a b.->bbimg 
brook, «iU(el> ti-nced. ^ ^ 



supei-kiltli..-n. 6 llt^iroo^a,, 3', bjLhs, air toiiditioiied. wood- 
ed, lOTcly pool. Choice Princeton location. (119,000 
ON A PARK.LnCE ACRE in the West end of the Borough nes- 
ties a lovely, contemporary, five bedroom, slate roofed brick 
ranch. The house separates into wings. Large entry airy living 
room, dining room and unique family room fonn the core 
The bedroom wing has master and three more caipelod bod- 
rftoms. and three full baths. Fitted closets and built-ins 
..bound The custom kitchen wing boasts every convenience 
kiS."^? "'"■ "^'J^r' •*^'^^ ^ a maids room with fuii 
tMlfl. TIK. lusuriMis indoor s^vunming pool is fully heated 
w«h tw-o cabanas and halt bath. TTien. is a fuU dry basc^ 
nwnt wrth k.tchcoe.le and half bath, and a two car gar^ 
w^ automatic doors. Extr* include fire, smoke, Lr£ 
S "^ f^ Pt^ter walb, air conditioning and huS 
Sr* Sfdi^^'S^io^ ^<^^^U^. Clearly, a home b^JU 

9 19' .000 



One of tlie FINEST OOMMCRCl.VL sites in conlr^ N J Hi 
vohmw lnlw-a-olk« US RL 130 4 571, >i acre with 288' of 
hi visibUKy rx».id tnrt^o, 2880 », ft. steel frtme. Mottern 
Uuldrng with more than .-ktoquate parkins TtvK e.vcepUon- 
iA to-atuMi w^vin Hi miles <rf Fvil 8 of N J T P. 



Hazel Stii 
Jane Lamberly 
Fran Mondlin 
Nora WiUiiot 
Sukl \xvi\a 
Dan Facclnl 
Jack llulbtrt 
narbara Pinhliani 
Esther SchlfUer 
Phyllis LerU 



FOR THE PROFESSIONAL - Office-residence in 
>he center of town, or ren. opstoirs. hove 
office down. A,ki„g $70,000 



ADLERMAN, CLICK & CO. 



mGnrsrowx _ „e,vtal income - 2 .part^c* p1« , 

seWTJle rooms nuko tbis 3 good bu,- fo, u„ i„ve*>r. 



REALTORS — INSURORS 
924-0401 is Spring SIreel, Princeton, N. J. 586- 



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Aoluta BUne 
BFirn Smllb 
Cindy Baitt 
EUic lUuOB 
Ana RaffaeUl 
Ann KsBB 
Dorothy Kramer 
Slerrn Faster 
Soiaa G«T«T 



I Topici, Princeton, N. J., Thursdoy, May 10, 1973- 




EVERY DAY IS MOTHER'S DAY 




RELAXATION IS THE KEYNOTE of this Princeton 
Towtisnip property. Il started on a cul-de-soc 
with o wooded lot of oimosi 2 oces, on which 
obout six yeoii ogo. a beautiful 11 
room. 3' 2 oalh Coloniol. Then the owner odded 
a 40x60 poo'house with 24x46 pool, still owoil- 
ina o few finishing touches. A fine combina- 
rion of formolity ond fun. $187,000 

ON THE MOUNTAIN SIDE, in Hiltsboro Town- 
ship, is this delightful estate of 24 ocres. The 
charming Coloni.il farmhouse hos 7 roams, 1' ] 
baths, and 2 fireplace. A 3-year-old guest house 
hos two J-room and bath apartments. 3-cor 
gorage. Swimming pool, bath-house, pond. 
slreom, and beautiful grounds, $195,000 

BONJOUR will storf your day in this Princeton 
Township chalet, hidden away at the end of o 
little lone. Eight rooms, 3' ■■ baths, fireplace, 
central air rondiiioning and o 3-car goroge. The 
eslote-like setting befits o house of this distinc- 
tion. $133,000 

ESPECIALLY FOR A LARGE FAMILY, this Prince- 
ton Borough "western end" house, hos much to 
offer. Large but unpretentious, it hos ten rooms, 
41 . bolhs, ond o 2 car goroge, on a 95x200 lot. 
$132,500 

RARE IS THE HOUSE THAT APPROACHES PER- 
FECTION but we think this one does. It's o Wil- 
lioinsburg Colonial, on a 1.37 acre lot in Hope- 
well Township's Elm Ridge Park, with 9 rooms, 
3 bolhs, 2 fireploces, centra] oir conditioning, 
lent. onH 2 car garage. In immoculote con- 
dition pnd with mony fine details to pleose its 
next proud owner. $116,000 



TWO ACRES OF NATURE'S BEST GREENERY high- 
light this neorby Lawrence Township property. 
An obundont vonety of plonts and trees pro- 
vide ihe setting for this older, 8 room, 2i_. both 
two-story. There's even on otiic which could eosi- 
ly be 2 more rooms ond a both. Two porches ond 
a 3 cor goroge. $106,000 

SEAFARERS OR LANDLUBBERS CAN FEEL RIGHT 
AT HOME in this Princeton Borough 3-slofy, 
known OS the Captains House." It contains 2 
dwelling units, one with 8 rooms, o both, ond a 
fireplace, and the other with 3 rooms, o bath, 
and o fireploce, too, locotfd on Nossou Street, 
but set for bock from the road on o 96x258 lot. 
$99,500 
MORE THAN JUST A RANCH HOUSE, ty virtue 
of its hillside setting, is this Princeton Township 
home. The entronce level hos 6 rooms, 2 boihs, 
fireplace, and screened porch. The lower level] 
with southern exposure, hot 2 more rooms and 
o bath, A large shrub-enclosed rear yard of- 
fers serenity ond privacy $72,000 

ON A QUIET STREET, in o populor South Bruns- 
wick neighborhood, sits this 8-room 2* -both 
Coloniol with firoploce, finished basement and 
2-cor garage. Treed, \-ocre lot. Convenient to 
porks and playgrounds, $65,000 

MONTGOMERY TOWNSHIP IS THE LOCALE for 

this bi Icrvel with 8 rooms, 2' . baths, and 2 cor 
goroge. In excellent condition. Attroclive one- 
ocre lot in o nice resideniiol neighborhood. 

$55,275 
RENTAl-Prii.ceio-i Borough, furnished. 4 bed- 
rooms, 2'= bolhs. September occuponcy. $500 
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S.a:t 1SS3 

KE.XLTORS 

190 Namn SlieeL Princeton- New J,ii,y 
609-924-03J2 



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DID YOU SAY 

KtTCHEN AID? 

THIN YOU SAID 

CAiAlELOT 
KITCHENS 

236 Nasidu St. 
921-8844 




Slew. FiMit anS S*<Lir«*v, 



Art's Electrical Contracting 

AND 

HOME OWNER'S SERVICE 

We bave cn'er IS years electrical and electrical engineering 
enperience aod specialise in helping the home ovk-ner solve 
his elwlrical problems and neeils. 

FriT (-stiniales on elcclrical itlring (-.ipacitv and S AFKTY. 
201-359-4240 



VOUNC COUPLE ■>,I^ 



FKEO ANDERSON 



HOT LINE: Kt >IU 



HUNT & AUGUSTINE, INC. 

Custom Builders 
Quality Homes 

CONTEMPORARY - at Bedeit, Brw4i overlooking g«l/ course 
poDd Excitine 2 <<or>' home 5 bedrooms. 3'-; baths, screened 
pordi, cathedral living room, family rwwm. den, library, 
back stairway, 

COLONIAL — wooded lot on the Abej' tract in Pennington-. 
Rural almosphere ye* close to the centei- of tflmn. 2 stoi-y, 
S bedrooms. 3': t>alhs, family room. A charming house 

BUILDLNG SITES — many deskable and wooded lols, M; 
acre to 3 acres 

Coll William W. Augustine 974-9012 



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SYS 
ERVICE 

882-8842 

Washers • Dryers 
Ranges • Dishwashers 

15 Renee Court Lawrence Twp. 

No Toll — Princeton, Lawrence, Pennington 
Formerly with Authoriied Weslinghouse Service \\wEuJiEst7^iiPE~coD~ iW^. 




■M AuTuM 111 Dul itrlirr 

'angea CaK now tltlMD 

SlO-31 



TRAMPOLINES 1 -4 ■ b, ir^ ■ , 
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nvntnl Call D*«d KWiul, 201 -: 
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OFFICE SPACE 

3,500 - 30,000 Square Feet 
PRINCETON STATION OFFICE PARK 

• 2-storv brick buildings 

• Location adjacent to railroad station 

• Private employee cafeteria wilh executive 
meeting rooms 

• Convenient branch bank & print shop 

• Ample parking spaces 

• 3-fflOnth lead time to finish space to your 
specifications 

Coll D. R. Goldenson & Co., Inc. 

799-2500 



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Right in HojiiHvHl Horoiigli nril to Sonu'iM'l 
Fjmn, Hopewell IIouko Uqiior*. Ti.wne Clcin- 
rt\ Tlic Sliiivltig Mug. nulirrto't Men's CIoIIiIkl; 
;>rid onr own llMil Etlille office, yoii'l) tliiil three 
.iiUlitloDul retail slotci atailablc. 

I'l-rfocl for Rift utiop*. fohfic »tOfr», linbby t\u.p\. 
i-tc. It's an old bulltllng being Tfinodeled, ».i tli.- 
timc Is now nnd euch shop ciin In- dune to jour 
o»n fpeclflcatlon*. 



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JOHN T. HENDERSON, INC. 

HOPEWELL HOtSK SCRIAKE 

HOPEWELL. N. .L 

18 West Broad St. li;(i-2.".:»0 



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V4l* Milrjnc*. no problfir 
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COMMANDO 




LOCATION. COMFORT AND CIIAR.M 

BrigW and oheerfijl Orlomal located on one of Pennington's 
finest streets Entrance foyer, large comfortable Uving 
rootn with fireplace. Formal dirang room with buiJI-in 
china cabine4, oversize kildien with attractive breakfas* 
area. Den plus famoly room, powder room completes the 
firs* floor plan. 5 bedrooms and 2 full batlis on 2nd floor 
3rd noor attic with hardwood flooring that hjs possibililicB 
tor expansion Delaclied overaized garage, JS6.900 



Van Rise Realty 



Realtors 



Pciiiiinglon, N.J. 
ul. (609) 737-3615 
(609) 883 2110 



DUNE BUOCr 



JfMUX 1}m ^MVW 



Nine Mercer Street 
924-0284 






SAVE. lAVI, SAVE 

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EARLV BIROS F.WI 



EIX;E Ol- TOWN — grjcions olJ Colonial funn- 
hoiHR (in about two iicrc» of flowering beauty. Hnll 
with laviitor/, library with fireplace, living room with 
fiicpliice iind window w.ill, formal dining room, coun- 
try 1(1 tch en, 2 ninid's roniiit nnd bulli. Five bwlfoom*. 
3^i b;itli\ on xecond. Two c.ir gamsc with nputment. 
Lnrgc licjied pool with flagstone Icrrjtc. 

HEATin^n LANE — %pFi-tiicuhu rotlwood Conlein- 
pomry on l':i uoodtx) hllUidc acre*. Duniiilic liiing. 
dining romii. hbnuy wilh lofty bciuiipil cvllingi and 
fircnlicx-*, brj;<! Lltclipn. Sii bedrooni«. 3 ballu. 
rtudy und funiily room. Air L-ondJtioQcd. Pool and 
pa"" •149.000 

OBER ROAD — eoo.fnrtjl.Ie. hrigl.t, «iimv h,m,^ 
niilable for a «.»ple or mnall frtniilv Enliv. living 
room with rirc^ljc*'. dtnlng room, kiiilicn, Ix-drooin. 
bath. pncUiM-iI bm-irwiiy »vitli briilc floor. Two bcd- 
rooint lutd b.ilh on •ecoiul. Air condllionwl. Brau- 
Uful U. J9i500 

Oi:.pf lirf.iipv ill J wide range of tiic, pritT and 



MemliTT CI.A ami Into-Com 

MrtLUmhtjo *nd Njtiooil neIocJli..D SrtMirs 

Sarah AhnEre* mu» SUckpoIr 

Lola ,nutmus Lyan Gahiea Laura MarGregor 



- Town Topics. Princeton, N. J.. Thursday, Moy 10. 1973- 



m tM prvnaicn arm* 1 
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ATTENTION ARTIST 

imfiwOljIcJy- On* dry nwuil 



• DIsHnctK'e Office Rentals 

• Estate setting. Elegant, quiet olrnosphere 

• One Heck from center of town, bonV ond 
post office 

• Within 15 minutes of Princeton, 2 alf ports 
ond2railroods 

• Single Offices, Suites, Board Room 

• Ample parking— «II utilities included 

Coll William W. Augustine 
924-9012 or 924-2345 



! ! SPRING IS HEUE ! ! 

And 50 is Ibi charrDUitf colonial, ncanng compk/lim Total 

four beiirooms, poss^ilc (ifUi, The maeter sml<? occupies a 

private wing, and incltKicn a xpaclous bedroom uMh croeo- 

venlilaiion, a diVJMing room and private bath. Thi' lady of 

the house will appreciate the c^is-y lo-work in kifrhen aid Uic 

adjouiiii:; mud niom, laundry fatililie« and lavatory. Sliding 

glass doors in Uic (liniHK iwim open on a shcllerixl diiiine 

porcJi The m^n of Ur> itouse wjU dc deli0ili-d with the Iwo- 

■jjrjge. which has Uir room on one side for loiils. toys, 

Exlra sforage space h Dvailatil(< In lite easy lo roach 

attic. Tjmily room, with rir«T>kice, gliding clikM doors, 

that open on the j|mic»u< terrace Living room is nfccly 

I proporl'onecl (o irutke raterl^tin^ n real pleasure Baaanetii 

f is cwira (try. SiluatftJ on I'i arrvt. Hoodtvl, in hcouflful 

r Law-nenee TowTiihip. Prw>ee(on phune «id adhrss, 173,500 



ART AND DECOUPAGE SUPPLIES 



E EV£ FOR AST 

> Spring SI. 

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BUILDERS' 



^609 ■ 883 ■ 6500 



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CBAFT CARPET CAR6 




Miir U»a Roor'ng *2>-ia«l or 

ARTISTS HOUSE AVAILABLE for 

lumrr*,', Lfvirvj room. dif»n^fl room 

romi, tore* bailis. lunottl" Har* 
too lot WWII P'icllce Cool Jiudy 

ming pwli. lennli courts. He. Wal"- 

aCI« Jun* I.S«>t«nbeT. Dsl« llM*t* 



HOUSE PLANTS 
MICKER BASKETS 

BIRD SEED 
DRIED FLOMERS 



I»*i-OFF SALE 3l Ihe OufflfOTm Sftoo 
nan Uirw>gH May H"! Half-pnc« 
Ddyi will t# M«f II snO I:] DoHw 



NICK'S UPHOLSTERY 
ft FURNITURE REPAIR 

IFnimcrly hKIi StKlman 



BICYCLG TO 
new YORK ? 

Wo( quite, but the train to 
Manhatten is just a short 
pedal away. 

Fox Run at Princeton Meadows — 
Apartmenl9 tciilunnc) shag carpets, 
lined dfaperles, central air & homing, 
super sound control and much more. 
Beautiful natural setting surrounded by 
acres of llelds and woods. For 
recreation, lennls courts, swimming 
pools and a clubhouse too. 
4 miles N.E. of Princeton Unlvorstly 
ni 1, 12 miles soijlh ot Now D.unnwlck elrelo 

(Holiday Inn], Take Jughandlc and roUow Plnlnsboio 

signs 2 miles to Pimcelon Meiidows. 

OR N. J. Turnpike to E*!! 8-A Rlohl 1 mltp to Rt. 

130 Soulh. Left 2 miles lo Cianbury-Plnlnsboro Rd. 

(Main Sl): rfglit I milo to Plalnsboro fld,; light 4 

miles to Piincolon Meadows. 

6&F0X RUN, PLAiNseono, N. J/VAFi"^^'^^" 

open every day. (609) 799-2710 COMPANY 



bvBOB SUYDAM 

manoger Pennington office 
When YOU are selling piopettr, 
it ii Norlh four while lo be toni' 
plelelr honeil about It. You, at 
ttie i«ll«r ol properly, muil be 
prtiumed to know whtttier what 
jou uy about II ii true or talis. 
It you do HI lomclhing talie, 
Tou hdic {ommltled a fraud, Aj 
a general rule, II you don't 
know It what 10U isf 'i true or 
laUc, you have left yountll lia- 
ble lo bo actutcd ot grosi neg- 
ligence whkh may alio tonitl- 
lute a Iraud! 

Tour agent will aulil you In 
lelling your property to tlie 
belt advantage ot ail concerned, 
(omc lo WAIIER B. HOWE INC., 
I Palmer Sq., Princeton (924- 
0095). Pennington [HI 3301) 
and W. Windioi (7991100). 
Homci et eiery dcicilplion lor 
every prelereote. 

HEU»FUL KINt: 
When you are in the mirket lor 
• houie. make nite the land- 
naping ij aD you want it lo be. 
If not. how much time and money 
will correct itl 



GLASS 





JTrZiIVS B. GROSS 
COMPLETE 
DECORATING SERVICE 

s;: INTERIOR I EXTERIOR RAINTWG • PAPER HANQINQ 
* ' SAIES a INSTAllATION 



Wallpaper • Fabrics • Carpeting 

Furniture • Custom Made 

Slipcovers and Draperies 

Princeton K^ 924-1474 



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All Sizes and 

Ihicknesses . . . 

Where and When 

You Need II! 

& ALUMINUM CO. 
NELSON GLASS 

45 Spring Sirtel 

924-2880 




PRINCETON TOWNSHIP 

Wooded 3/4 acre. Large l(S'x30' living room 
and dining area with large "boroniol" fire- 
place, ponelled den, eat-in kitchen, 3 bed- 
rooms, 1 1/2 bolhs. Flagstone polio, low 50's, 
921-6350 




166 Nassau Street 
Princeton, New Jersey 
Telephone: (609) 924-4350 



INSURANCE 

We represent these companies: 
THE AETNA INSURANCE COMPANY 
THE CONTINENTAL INSURANCE COMPANY 
THE FIREMAN'S FUND - AMERICAN 
THE SECURITY INSURANCE CO. OF HARTFORD 
THE TRANSAMERICA INSURANCE COMPANY 



Wc provide Automobile, Home Ownen, 
Tenants ond Flooter coverage with these 
companies. 



CHARLES H. DRAINE CO. 

ticoltors Insurers 

166 Noisou Street Pnncelon 

Coll (609) 924-4350 Alwoysl 



-Town Topics, Princeton, N. J., Tliursdoy, Moy 10, 1973- 




.\ulh«ibc colonial circa 

law m channing viUag^ 

.if Crsitxrr. This r«- 

Sored 5 bcdrooni home 

_;T3ciousIy wel c o m e s 

jou with its stalely en- 

tn- and dramatic st^ir- 

i-ase 3 fireplaces. living 

nwm. (onnal dioins 

nvm. library, counlry 

fcjicJken ttith bade slair- 

iv ,iy, mud room, laun- 

(ipi 1'^: baths, full basement and spac 

fl'^^riiig. hot water beat,'l acre lot, 

NEED AN OFnCE IN VOV RIIOIUE? 

Tills 3 twdrixvn split te^'el in evccUeat conditon has a 
jjpacioiis lower level ideal for of/ice, apartment or rw. area; 
all appliances, utn^ishop and pool. 155,900 

SLIMMER SETTING 

Enjo>' an in-ground pool noslled amon^ maUirc trees, jual a 
rfwri walk to the lake with this 4 t)«droam 2 Iwith rancli 
complete with fireplace in famliy room; on almost an acre; 
2 miles to train. $49,000 

RENTALS 

1 bttlroom apartnKnl, adults. ttSO. 

2 bedroom apartment, lu.'curious $380 

37 N- Mnh, St. Crouln.r,!. NJ. 
REALTOR 609-395-0444 

H't-ekeods & Eves,: M5-12S8: 799-0301; 39S-19M: <M-48S7, 
MEMBER OF ML'LTII'LE LISTING .SVSTEM 



IIOPE^VELL TOWNSHIP 

M IS FOR MAY Uie month to buy a house and lliis i^ Uie 
one to buy. Randwrr wiUi modem kit<-hen wiUi oaLini; area, 
formd (fioine room, panelled ftfnJly room, fireplace in liv- 
ing ronm. 3 bedrooms. IH baths, enrlnsed breozcway for 
atmrner antortajning, oversize 2 car Baragi-, full bwcment, 
excellent location. $17,900 

MAY IS FDR MOTIIFIt and she uI-j. wiwild like tins now 2 
stoo" cokBilal in I'isui View HclBluls, Kitdtcn wHh eating 
areu, fommt diointt room, fondly room with open booms and 
fireplace. 2% bath.i. 4 bedrooms, 2^^ vac earofie. aluminum 
siding, new oonslrucUon and aJamosl rvudy to occupy. tCH.OOO 

MAY IS TIIE TIME for buying tt home, TTUfl bl-tovcl b out- 
standing. KltfJKtn with eating nr<v;i, formal lUnLng roam, 
family room, m biitlw, uliltty room, 4 or 5 bodraoms, 1 car 
earage. under consLiiKilon with quick occupancy. (Sl.SOO 

MAY BE a ranchor is what you want. oonsidOT this one, Brick 
and frame, exoolkml landacapinx, modam kteSwn. formal 
dining room, panulkni family nxun, 1'^ bal]», 2 car Rarage. 
largi,' aoroeonod in roar porch for summor cnJoynHtri. Inrw 
twseoKsi* for future gunw room. MZ.OOO 

MAY WE INSIST thai you look at li.is 2 slory wrtonial r«nv 
under onstnMtion before U Is sold. Modein kitchim with 
breakfast area, formfrt tlinina mom, kvlng room wrtli firo- 
place, utility room, family room, 4 Ixxtrwms, 2'ti Imtlw, I car 
garage, basement. $se,900 

MAY WE INVITE >'0u to look at thw nevi- inid almtwl rtvuly 
to occupy hd-Qevol. Modem kitolion witli oatlj« a«ui. ftwnuil 
dining room, family room, 4 boiliToom.i. IM baths. utilHy 
r-tn, 2 car garage, $53,300 

PENNINGTON DOROtlGIl 

MAY WE TAKE you to thts completely rxvwtvalnl Victorian 
colonial Now modem fcitdwn wiUi oaiiixg aroa, formal dining 
mtim, m new modern bnths, 3 bodi-«wn« and dcii, Utlnl floof 
semi-tinshcd (oj- extivi room, 2 oar gju-ofio. $49,900 

^UY WE snow ymi tWs outstandina 2 atopy coterial with 5 
b<.sir.v>nis. Modern kitelicn with eating area, formal dining 
roim, ftroplaoe in living room. don. (jimily room, 24 baths 
o\-er.„ze garage. $5G,goo 



Van Hise Realty 



Realtor 




111. (C09) 737 361 
(609) 883-2110 

IVmiiiigion. N.J. 



GRIGGSTOWN 



BUNKER HILL ROAD - beauiiful rancher on counlry 
lot, adjacent to golf course. Hos 3 bedrooms, 11/2 
baths, panelled room with bor, office room in base- 
ment with outside exit. 2 zoned hot water heoting 
system. Close to shopping center. 

LAWRENCE TOWNSHIP 

LAKE MANOR - spocious centrally air conditioned 
bi-level with 4 bedrooms, panelled rec room, 1 1/2 
bolhi, loundry room, 2 car garoge, fenced in reor 
yard, A reol borgaini 



DEAN REALTY -Realtors 882-5881 



pk> ^iTiJi-Ji.-JkTiTi^Ti^Ti^Tii^^ 



VALUflSION 



A COUNTRY HALF ACRE provides o delightful setting 
for this older Colonial in beautiful Montgomery Twp. 
It offers o pleasant living room, formal dining room, 
pullmon kitchen, fomily room with fireplace and 
ceromic tile both on first floor, 2 bedrooms on the 
second; outside there's a 2 car garoge and a, srnoll 
greenhouse. Fine home for the smoll family and has 
expansion possibilities for the lorge family. 

Offered at $42,900 

JOIN THIS DELIGHTFUL COMMUNITY where you'll 
enjoy congenial neighbCM-s from all parts of the 
counlry. An executive home siluoted on a lorge 
wooded lot. It offers large living room, formal din- 
ing room, family room, eot-in kitchen with sliding 
doors lo secluded patio. 3 bedrooms plus master 
suite, basement playroom, 2M( baths and 2 car 
oversiie garage. Loeoted in West Windsor Twp. 
Convenient to Ponn Centrol RR. $77,500 

THIS HOME Will PAY FOR ITSELF, live in one opart- 
ment and collect rent from the other; eoch hos 2 
bedrooms, living room, big eot-in kitchen and ceram- 
ic trie both. Ifs only 8 years young and just o short 
wolk from the bus line In Lawrenceville. Looking 
for offers on our asking price of $39 500 

MINI ESTATE on beautiful Rosedole Road, you'll find 
this slotely 2 story homo in your own 2 acre pork. 
It footuret a center holl, a huge living room with fire- 
place, banquet size formal dining room, large kit- 
chen, 4 bedrooms, one with its own firoploce 1 ".if 
baths ond a full bosemont. Over the 2 car garage is 
O teporolo 3 room and bath apartment for in-lows 
or sorvonts. Moture trees and shrubs ond o circulor 
driveway enhonco this property. Offered at $95,000 

RENTAL. 5 bedroom executive colonial in Belle Mead 
area, offer* flreploce and cenlroll olr conditioning. 
Only 7 years old; included Is refrigerotor, washer 
°"*' '^'y^""- $575/monlh 

90'", FINANCING TO QUALIFIED BUYERS on this jpli. 
level in a nice established section of Hightstown. 
There's 3 or 4 bedrooms. P'. bolhs, living room 
lorgn dining oroo. eot-ln kitchen, ponolled family 
room o"d aliochod fjara'je. Asking $37,500 

TERRIFIC lAND INVCSTMENT-You could develop 
this Iroci ot.d ston moking money immediotely or 
sit bock ond wait for on excellent appreciation in 
voluo. Over 4000' frontoge on 2 roods; 85 ocres 
with milestong view. 20% wooded. As o bonus 
there's a resloroble 200 yeor old farmhouse. Lo- 
coled in Hunterdon County and priced ol a realistic 
93S00 per acre Tormj if you qualify. 



KARL WEIDEL INC 

REUTORS 

"Our S8th year" 

242Vi Nouou Strati Princeton, NJ. 

921-2700 

Office open 9.9 weeltdayt, Solurday and Sunday til 5 



Cook^ 

REAL ESTATE 



. Ai»»" Sx,« 



■ -V' ^'"'x 985 




THE NATURAL LOOK 
is o woy of life today. This Princeton Town- 
ship listing lends itself to a casual and yet 
gracious life-style. It is definitely Contem- 
porory in feel; the living room and dining 
orea having on open beomed Cothedrol 
ceiling ond eosy access to the open area of 
the screened porch anii high deck. The fire- 
place is in the living room. This level also 
houses the modern kitchen, 3 bedrooms and 
2 full baths. The lower level has a family 
room which opens to the terrace and a 
multi-shrubbed lot, the 4th bedroom or 
study, laundry and another full both. 

Offered al $72,000 




FORGET WHAT MAMA LIKED) 

One floor living .s o dellghll An exceedingly 
attractive property In Princeton Township. 
Pretty entry with flagstone floor, over-size 
living room has fireplace and overlooks the 
terrace. The dining room is separate ond the 
kitchen is well designed and functional 
with on eating orea. The den is spacious 
and offers adequate room for a guest if 
necessory. The mosler bedfoom is also bet- 
ter than average In size and, of course, has 
its own adjoining bath. Two other bedrooms 
and onother full both complete the floor 
plon. All this ond control air conditioning 
'oo! $68,000 

NOW YOU CAN HAVE YOUR CAKE 
and eot it tool A snappy Colonial situated 
in a heavily wooded area in West Windsor 
Township. The extras include a humidifier 
on the furnoce. central o,r conditioning, o 
self-cleon.ng oven and corpeiing in the hall 
ond on the stoirs. Tbe house contains entry 
areo, living room, seporoie dining room, 
panelled family room with a fireplace 
large kitchen with eating orco, laundry and 
powder room on the first floor. Upstairs are 
4 bedrooms ond 2 faoths. This offering ii i,. 
sponking, neat condition. $73,900 

CAU 924^)192 ANY TIME 
Licensed Reol fslato BraVter 



Jane M. Wiiten 
RliU'lT W. Cook 
L«lgh Overton 



Lrdla A. Abbnil 

Til or* Young 

[Insuelte Roberts 



MLS 

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our colorful Gallery of Homes has the 
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property Only j (<.•» irunules /riwn IJopc^veU Ii<jioiJgh 

(32.500 
TWO WOODED OLilLDING LOTS — Approximately 2'i 
acres eadi loc.tleij on high, biMUti/ully wooded eround 
«i Copper Mine Road in Fianklm Township — only 15 
minutes from Prinwlon (18.000 cacb 

RENTAL 
HOUSE FOU RKNT — LWumisJied five bcAx^ims. 3 b^Hh 
lnwse on Laurt'l Citvle — Available Immedoa(ely 

MM/mODlhly 



neU Tmmshfl). Mmutes from sdiools and shopping. Eadi 
h% 7 rooms, 2 balhs, a 2-oar garage and lets c( unusual 
extras. ^'ouU enioy the trees too. In Ifac 50s 



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y<«r swisns A Ikk-U y.ird to im'iU' your tirnnHy for sunuiMT 
lun. UirRo moms. ineludinK livMijt room w/firciiljtoc. 
Within walkinK distance to achool.s anil fdiopplQC fJS.OOO 
rillLDRRN ARE HAPPIER in i> lovoly m^KldxsOtooil like 
IhLS <w w^lo^e Uicy find mat^ fi ii-jjib, iniiot tttrceta. Itwn, 
wuic SHk<\vallu and sdu>al« and slort-t iworijy. Tliey')! In- 
i-vtii hcijipior Avikfl Uk7 sec Iho fair Iiitbo dilldron's bwi- 
rooms in adtliUon to the maNUr bcilrocwn iind bulh. 
lapacious family roonn w/fii-<i)Iace, woikshnp hcUiy area 
afkl central air. ICWO 

SURROUNDED DY BEAUTY - AUriH-iiw IjWToneo 
ToMTwliip hiinie I'iuiiily roon) Is in*\sly ix'fuitii'JKd witJi 
rvw carpetiiiK ami p.vicling. Tlnree licilitiaiui, I'i \xM\» 
phis a 4lli iKtVriiom or sludy. Eneloswl by bemitifii] pkml- 
ings of nir<-h, (5ierrj'. Flowcr^nK Cral>a|^. TUx\ Maplcn, 
and S>-cofnore U*oi and evergreens Ihicixl to 9c41 

BLUE nilP OFFERING — Ili>iKls>viM> Okl ai1(M^;i] Slate 
roof, hi^ eeiUntf*, fg^xw-itus rw^iw, Ruxknv v.k\il\ flixo-n, 
Expwl r«$loratn«t. Sjiacc on seentKl floor mixf tx« luol ex 
a sludJo, A fine iJvvoslment as \iell as a house for t[w»l 
'"''««■ »S1,900 

1.0^'EI.Y WTSTERN SECTION OF PRINCtrTON - Cu»- 
Iran built cw»t(«nix>ra)-y — onic flo(r living — wtih 3 \arsK 
bwlrotnns and 3 baUwi Enjoy awnng aomo v»w4i with 
flowyTing dof^^ood^. Convcnml to tkmTitown 189.000 

FROM THE INSIDE ia (he only way to roally opptwii.lc 
what (iiiaWy and \\o«iQnanshlp has eone kito Uin crBtom 
built homo with mi* features as ntOri'i ob- ml a spct- 
taeular {iiisfli«l family room — on a boauL/ully UmW 
scaped lot kx-ated in Montsoiiwrs' TViwreiiip KS.OOO 

+ LAND 
A 1 ACRE IIILI.5IDE LOT — mvrhxdiins a boauliful 
valley in East Amwell — is just witiltns for j-our now tmum 
U) be built by the bivok »tiieh meamkTS tlimi^ the 



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PENNINGTON 

Rt. 31 and W. Delaware Avenue 
737 3301 or 882 3024 




COMBINE NATURES HANDIWORK - with the .itility of 
master crallanjMvJMp onl you h;ive tmr brand ixsv rustic- 
iAtiquo eh.-unHT siluated in South lluntordon HiLLs, horse 
<,x«itO'- A txvuiLiful Sak Box Cape Cod <xm3U«iiw of two 
bodroamti, ia>i;iiy, family room wiUi (*epJace, livm*; nxwn 
wjth £irGi>ljKie, fiM-mal dininif maix. cat-ki kiti-hen with 
luundry alcove on the twA floor. Second floor has a master 
bodroom aiiito ((too square feet' wth a 12 foot wirtUw widl 
and s Franklin ttave as an aiUk-d touch. Tlierf'N a hxn 
and if^ace fur your awn tmin^it; ling iC82 a<'iws). Enjoy 
relaxed ewifinliAtlo country hvinj; at $1X1.500 

TALL TR1-:es AND SBRUDS — .surrourel a 4 UOroom. 
2'i bath oolnii^il in La^^Teneev^llc, E->:cel!ent rosiikuiLial 
MVQ. Wolk to Rttkr OoLege, I^WTXTCwiiic Pr(T> <r easy 
caiunute to aix>a roe«f«h, imhiMrial and academic c«»- 
ttn. ICb centjTttlly jilr.cDnUi<)nod Has ai defiant fojer, 
uni(iu© tiMiMfy room. IdtdMi with fireplace. liNng r«tn an) 
(toning rooHi "nicrc's ate a scixwncd patitMumnwr kitelwi 
with giill. F^K^j' access to ]»S :whcii compWwi' Call 
to m:.ko ;in appoliilment to sec all thai this pn^vrty b,:^ 
to rff«-. ^^ 

WAITINr. FOR — sonmno to come home! Unmomt 
Crt«Ary r^vidtiT having C roonvi i3 betktwnu) and Pa 
baths fthiidrtl by U.U Irewe on huce iut minutes from Pr»>ce- 
too rcsKuvh centtT. Owner Imiling Inspccbcn. 

Offrrrd nl Ui.SM 
BRAND NEW - and bcAUttful, Take jxwr d»o«?e .rf either 
<4 tJiw* gulikii htH-d ranrhcm nNrmg cumpktnin m n<i>e- 



WEST WINDSOR 

Princeton Hrghstown Rd. 

Princoton Junction 

799-1100 

HlUT A PRESENT FOR MOTHER! The ©^Ddest gJl of 
aU For Mother's Day may turn out to l>e this 4 bedroom. 
2'3 bath home, Sudi features as fireplace, family room. 
wall-to-wall carpeting, make this an outstanding buy at 
$£3,500 
IMAL^CULATE IS THE WORD! But with the sparkle goes 
eveo'thing a home requires! Four bedix»ms, two and one- 
haV baths, family room with fireplace, two-car garage — 
tWs is it! Who could ask for anything more? SM.SOO 

MOM'S L\ LUCK and so is the rest of the family when 
they 90C this great 3 bedroom, all brick ranch m Hamilton 
Square convenient to schot^ and shopping. Living room 
VTth fireplace designed for entertaining, c^iaet kitchen 
with eating f^atx has refrigerator-freezer, large formal 
dining rocm, 2 fuH baths, cooj aswned-in porch porch and 
avnmcr patio. Huge finidied t>aeement has game room 
with fireplace and wet t>ar, play area, laundry room, 
washer and drj'er included, sewing ro.nn. work room and 
office. One oi the preUie^ sellings m toi\7L (M.900 

PURE COMFORT - Why suffer in a bot Stuffy bouse 
liiis summer when you can enjoy the conrforts of a kively 
3 bedroom, air conditioned bone? Lovdy oe^-in kitchen 
with family area and fireplace. 2'4 baths, oversized 2-car 
garafie full basement and 9ore«ied-in porch. AU tins and 
more on large tot. S68,000 

QUALITV AND COMFORT - See bow this fits. Spend 
those iiJa-xmg siannwr hours with your custom in-ground 
pool, but dont swe^ it; the house k air concttiCDed and 
JorsecnQu^ to gi\e jour (amily breathing room Four 
bedroonw. o«ice. li\-ing. dinnag. family rooms, laundry 
2'i baths. 2-c«- garage, full basement yro's! 

CHOICE AREA — Tlic heme yoa ha\e be«n dreaming d 
Xi the location jtw'H love, A tree lined street is the selling 
of this 4 bc<lroom custom buSt beauti, featuring a family 
room, living room, dining room, kitchen. 2'^ tatte, stmly 
or 9e^ving room fiill basement, attad>ed car;^, c«Dtral air 
cendjttonHig and an atniaei*ere of quaUty aid warmth 
^■ou*U fatd irrcbi^ible. for only $51 900 

ARE YOU READY TO EXPAND? This stnictundly sound 
colonial heme Rith mature trees will nwct j-our needs! 
It even lias its on.™ brook and arcliilecUirally provides flie 
privacy that every family needs in these \xg\se times — 
priee reduced to tC3 90a 

WEST WDJDSOR - Tliis attractive air cooUiaoed vime 
ha^ 4 iKidroons. 2 U»ihs. hxing room, dining room family 
room 11 (th fMiepIace, an o\ersiaed 2 car garwe- on ^ 
acre; in excellent condition. ' jj, k^ 



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Everett D. Gross 

Consrruction Repair 

924-7067 



JAMES V. TAMASr 

Plumbing & Healing 

Contractor 
rrinctlon Junction. NJ. 

799-1494 



HOPEWELL — Comfortable 
^^xdroom twme >vitfa appeal- 
ng sun pordL. separate din- 
ing nvm, remodekd kitclien. 
G<wd for cwnmuljng, (MiSOO 

PE\XIXGTON — Apartment 
bouse. 4 apartmenU close to 
(he center o* the town. 3 glory 
frame v>Ttb dapboanl sxl- 
mg. detached garage. East 
Delaware. $H2,500 

BAYBERRY ROAD — Hope- 
well TouTfihip. Five acres. 
Tile colonial farm house is 
in excellent cwxliUon, It has 
a rambling brook, lo\ienng 
pines, a nifty family kikhon, 
3 bedroonis, 2i/i baflis, run 
dom pine floors. Outbuildings 

PENNINGTON TOH'N 
HOUSE — A tree shailol 
fwmc on Burd St , The home 
is cheerful and i-oxy with firv- 
plaw Screened pordi and 
separate rfmHj' In Itnm 

$16,900 

EARI.V SETTLERS - Drove 
(heir wagoiH by this clap- 
board ooloniol toim house in 
Pennington, Low ceilinKs. 
deer* windoM's, scroened 
porches and ivy covereil 
s(oi>e walls 4 bedrooms, 2 
lile baths Atone Hide is a 3 
room iuid bsth apartment for 
n\i»m or an uddc^l ineomf 

A VTCW OF THE HILLS 

In the Wastcm wcLion 
Hape^vcll ToMiiahip A custom 
biiiU randi on CJmrcli Road 
nn 1 acre of land ov<>rUK)kniK 
Wa-shington Crosrfns; Stato 
Paifc 3 bodrooms. liv-ing 
rtwm with firoplaoe, dining I. 
and e>at-in kitohon, lile hath, 
heatmj sunroom. $18,000 

NEAR PENNINGTON — 
DubLn Road, Close to schooU 
and ^^oppine, 2 flr<i>lac«i, I 
in the sUTUcon living room 
anil one in Uie fitniilp room 
3 l)MrooTns ami 2 baths. 2 
car garag<?. Wn.SOO 

HAMPTON nH.I.S — Im- 

niaiiilato 3 bediixtni, sLone 
fnmt residence on a Quii-t 
^jvel in an c«clusi\'o noigli- 
bor liood. OejirtOT ball, for- 
mal living room with firw 
pla-*, comfortable and oliecr- 
ful dining room, oat-in kit- 
chen, off whidi is o Jalousie 
poreli for summer cnjojTncnt 
Family room wiUi wot bar. 
3't hnlhs, wall-tcHwall carM- 
inc throughout, air conditi-m- 
^- *M,500 

EWrVG - Newly listed 3 be-i- 
room ranch wiUi (lining room 
anil a modem kitchen with 
dishwaAer and electric 
range, tile bath, full base- 
m>^. Brand n»v on Orcfion 
Ave fjl.SM 

KWING. FRANKLIN ROAD 

— 3 bolroom ranch with bath 
Kitchen with ealin are-t 

earage, $26.50(1 



Roy [.Cook, 

INC. REALTORS 
737-0964 8960266 

Eves, 737-1970. 737-I37i, 
8S2-WM, 7J7-:9S5. 737-1527 



Roofing - Heating 



VALUflSION 



ALL MOMES SHOWtAN FULL LIVIKt COLOP INSIDE AMD OUT 

AN OCCASION TO REMEMBER - New listing. Will be 
the first lime you entertoin in this stately Coloniol on 
the fringe of Princeton Township. The moment your 
guests arrive into the circular drive and up to the 
front door they're bound to be impressed. Then there 
is the wide inviting foyer ond the spocious living 
room with fjreploce ond banquet size dning room, 
both with double French doors that lead to on im- 
pressive veranda. The second floor provides four 
bedrooms, 2 with French doors that leod to a second 
verando thot also overlooks your own 2 plus ocres of 
park-like setting, ond for your live-in help or week- 
end guest there is o 3 room and bath apartment over 
the two car goroge. It's vocant and we have the key. 
$95,000 

VALUE UNLIMITED-New listing Your oftenlion pleose 
to this spotless 3 bedroom Split Level in the popular 
"Fleetwood Village" with on oltroctive brick front 
ond low maintenance aluminum siding. This sparkl- 
ing home provides on extra nice flagstone entrance 
foyer, seporale dining room, modern kitchen and 
family room. Mony extras included such as plush 
woll lo woll shog carpeting, oir conditioners, lorge 
storoge shed ond fenced yord ond it's only $35,500. 
Hurry, Hurry! 



iner. New listing. For the family 
' is unique oil brick 



HEYI - Here 
that likes the 

four bedroom Mediterranean style ranch house with 
cathedral beamed ceilings, huge stone fireplace, 
beoutiful random cut flag stone floor ond o very 
spocious private walled court yard with stone bar- 
becue. Tucked owoy on Hi wooded acres with a 
smoll stream, o 20x40 foot pool and large cobano. 
All this in a convenient Hopewell Township location 



for only 



$69,500 



BEAUTY AND THE BEST - New listing. All you have 
to do is move in. Thsi 9 room colonial is immoculate 
and looded with expeniive extros, custom draperies, 
high pile corpeting, large side by side refrigerator 
washer 'dryor, etc., etc, Centrol air conditioning four 
lorge bedrooms. 2'ir baths, a delightful family 'room 
with fireploce. full basement, two cor goroge on op- 
proximoteiy 1 acre. It's plush and only $59,500 

WANT TO HAVE A BAIL? - This lorge 9 room Shoir 
CoIor>,al in iho beautiful River Knoll Is large enough 
ond oHeri the perfect floor plan Jo entertain in style 
There it a room size foyer with on elegont spirol 
stairway, bonquel siie dining room and formol liv- 
Ing room and lo rolox In Ihero is a very spocious 
fomily room with fireplace. TTio kitchen is a women's 
dreom come true, The second floor has four very 
generous siic bedrooms and there Is o total of 2'ii 
baths, a full basement and a Iwo car goroge It's 
pointed on otiroclivo born rod ond o reol beouly for 
$B6.000 
GOT GROWING PAINS - Here is a .prowling ranch 
bouse on 1 acre ,n Hopewell Township ihat consists of 
tour or five bedrooms ond o possibility of 3 bath- 
rooms, It offers a perfect set-up for your in-lows 
or a grooi seporate pad for your teenagers. There is 
a full basement and o 2 cor garage. You'll marvel at 
value here for only $54,000 

LIKE THE BEHER THINGS IN LIFE? - Here', your home 
11 s on 8 room ronch and it', In a tremendous loca- 
tion between Hopewell ond Princeton surrounded 
by opproximately 1 acre of lond. This home was 
custom built by one of the Princeton area, leading 
builder, (Hunt & Augustine) a, his very own home 
so nothing wo, spared. There are 8 light and airs^ 
rooms, S'i- both, and a bosement finished to per- 
foction. If you like colonial, you'll act on this home for 
$6S,500 

"our 58tb year" 

8 Offices Serving You 

KARL WEIDEL INC 

REALTORS 

Route 31 Pennington, N.J. 

737-1500 882-3804 

Office ojuvi 9-9 wivkdayi. .'vitur-Jay. 3 5. Sundaj 10 5 




RENTALS 

GRIGGSTOWN - Elegant restored Victorian. 4 bedrooms, 2'i^ boths, 
beautiful modern kitchen. Overlooks o pond-canal across the road. 
Available August 1st on a long term bosis. Unfurnished. Gardener 
coretoker included at $600 per month 

HOPEWELL - Unfurnished duplex available July 1st for a long term. 
Walk to troin. Perfect condition, living room, dining room, large 
country kitchen, Ti baths. 4 bedrooms ond o sleeping porch. 

$400 per month 
PRINCETON TOWNSHIP - Furnished 3 bedroom house available 
for 1 yeor stoMlng September 1st. On a quiet cud-de-sac. lovely lot. 

$375 per month 
PRINCETON BOROUGH - One bedroom studio apartment on Nossau 
Street. Ne«Iy refurbished. Unfurished. $285 per month 

PRINCETON BOROUGH - Attractive unfurnished Contemporory. 
Avo. table next fall. 3 bedrooms, central o!r. Pretty surroundings. 

$600 per monlti 
MONTGOMERY TOWNSHIP - Unusuol furnished rental ovoilable 
August Is) for 1 yeor. 3t bedrooms, 2'^ baths Air conditioned 
Colonial, Gardener provided. $600 per month 



FOR THE 



TO PRINCETON HEAL ESTATE. CALL 
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Anne H Creisao James B Langhlin HeDty P Torolinson 

Robert E Dgogherlr Jalie Dongtas Georgia H Graham 

WUtijrn E- Slcuantton {Ift35-19T2) 

Reallors 

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li.li mlnl.intijlly frdiitrd hii askliij;; prlcel 

NiMird in Iri-w, in n iww* dctlral>Ip niwi iif nrniby Mdut- 
]?nnrry 'rown.ililp. tlio huiiie is in liko-ncnv condiUuii. I'uiit 
I.MroDiiii, two mid .i li:ilf bnllw. [iiq)lnc« In the living looin. 
ji4iirll(-d r;inii>y Ttiom, rtcclloil eat In kMclim ojKTning to n 
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Realtors 247 Nassau St. 609-9243822 

Karl and Pot light, Broli«r5 

C«niljn(» erjur Cernd..! Di.-in-»« To*. Gattu*' 



COOL IT 

ACROSS FROM THE 
GOLF COURSE 

\'<^a■ iimnKT months can be 
much nKCi' pkvksatt in this 
AIR rONDITIONED cokmial 
nostkul <«i ;akTKi6t 2 iwiudod 
Ok-ttti boriUxwl by lull fftjnn 
trees .iihI tuUilioK brook. 
Tliis tlistincUvo htimc fea- 
turoB a liKW olegutil living 
room, at^ao family room wUi 
knotly fmie panvlbn;; aid 
lm;;e fiix'^Uiec designed loc 
fiunily fun and inforrrud eo- 
tcrt.iutinc formal dbiiic 
TOoni. oal-ia kitchen vridi 
»eixir;Je dining .-iron, 3 s(kic- 
iou5 bccbYtonu with 3 
tKtths phu ponilir rooji 
car s.iraiw. At $65,000 
know <rf nothing coti^p^trable 
in comfort, appeaiante awl 

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175 Redwood Avenue 

Tel. 888-1254 

Trenton 10. New Jersey 



Mary Watts 
Store 

Open every doy 

ond evening 

Route 206, Stote Rood 

PRINCETON TOWNSHIP 
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BUY UND: 
THEY DON'T MAKE IT ANYMORE. 

App 2." acms, n<ioded. Hopeu-ell Twp., reeidential. Ji3,S06 

App. 79 acres, AmweU Twp.; beavfly wooded, with pood. 
$5000 per acre 



£.8 acres — HopeweU Twp. — Wooded. Province line Road. 

»0.000 

I'A acres, Weet Anrnefl Twp. $10,500 

78 acres — Hope^^'ell Twp. heavily ^^tioded, with stream. 
2900 road [rontage, (3.000 jier aere 

Van Hise Realty 



Realtor 





Pennington, N.J 
Id. (609) 737-3615 
(609) 883-2110 




iurlanb 

Re;tlty Company. Inc. 
Marvin W. Durlaod. Broker 



234 Nassau St., Princeton 



609-924-2054 



PRE-BUILT HOMES - beoullfuHy constructed - 1100 
square foot ronch — delivered on your fooling, 
finished. $15,000 

SOUTH BRUNSWICK TWP. business zone on Ri. 130. 
3 bedroom ranch with eol-in kitchen, large living 
room, full bosemeni; in excellent condition.- on 1 
ocre loi with 2 car goroge. 2 box stalls ond fenced 
in poddock. Asking $45,000 

CRANBURY MANOR, beautifully oppointed split level, 
coiy eot-in kitchen with electric ronge and dishwosh- 
er, formol dinnig room, living room with fireplace, 
family room with electric fireplace, 4 bedrooms; 
nicely londscoped lot with in ground pool. Owner 
tfonsferred. Asking $48,900 

TWO STORY COLONIAL with entronee foyer, formot 
ig room with fireplace, family room, 
vith self cteoning oven, refrigerator 
isher, 4 bedrooms, 2' 2 boths, full boie- 
menl, ottic storoge ond 2 cor goroge; on 3 4 ocre 
londstaped lot. Asking $69,90O 

RENTALS: 3 bedroom ronch, furnished, ovoiloble for 
16 months. $495/month 

5 bedroom Engl.sh Tudor, furnished, ovo.loble June- 
S«P»- S4S0 month 



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modern kiiche 
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distance to elementar>- and new high 
school. A Colonial split wjtli fireplace in 
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Plumbing & Heating Trade 

896-0692 

Four Van Kirk Hoad 

Princeton. N.J. 



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Designed by Bill Thompson and beauti- 
fully built five years ago by Hunt and 
Augustine with all the charm and detail- 
ing one could imagine. Spacious living 
and dining rix>ma, fir.^f fl'*or muster bed- 
room and study (or fniirtli bedroom). 
The huge Icjtchen-fnmily room has a 
beamed ceih'ng and wallc-in fireplace, 
even a dutch door to a secluded .sci"een- 
ed porcli. Up.ntaira are two large bed- 
room.'i with closeta galore (one a walk- 
in. cedar lined) plus a huge area for pos- 
sible future expan,iion. The house is 
centrally air-conditioned and is en- 
hanced by exceptional landscaping, beau- 
tiful trees and terraces. This is truly a 
eem. $97,500 



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13 ut>Kl<iii hilltop acres ia 
3 paroob. Viem- of Hopewell 
Valley. rs.OH 

Montgomery Twp.. SVi acre 
W'OtxIed lul; room lur horse? 
and (rath. $27,SM 



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COLONIAL DREAM HOUSE-move in condi- 
tion. From the slote floor entry hall to the ot- 
tic you will find nothing more perfect. Fom- 
ily room hos fireplace and patio. Toll trees 
shade property. Centrolly air conditioned. 
Locoted in West Windsor. $76,000 

EXQUtSITE BRICK RANCH - Lawrence Town- 
ship. Newly finished, the interior of this 4 
bedroom ronch would delight any fomiy with 
its cheery fomily room, eot-In kitchen. Large 
foyer lends elegonce to o perfect layout. 
$77,000 

BUSINESS PROPERTY - West Windsor 
3 stores end 1 residence, all rented. 
$85,000 

fiUtlDING LOT on federal City Rd. $1 6,000 



3 rm. opt. in Boro with garage. Perf. cond. 
Imm. occ. $255/mo. 

Furn. executive home — 3 bedrooms, 2 boths; 
Lease to Sept. 1974. $49S/mo. 



Winifred Brickie 



Licensed Real Estate Broker 

One Polmer Squore 

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3G foot living-dining room witli fireplace, 
3 bedrooms on first floor, one on lower 
level, 3 full baths. Features: Heated sun 
IK)rch. recreation room with fireplace, 
central air. fire alarm syslem. profes- 
sional land.'icaping. ' $99.riOO 



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JOHN H. HOUGHTON, nroker 




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ShetU Cook 
Woodr Skilltnu 



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Bartiara EUla 
BlU Flahertj 



8 Palmer Square Ea^t Phone nai-lOOl 
^ Na&uu Inn Building— a( Uie Cnmrr ot tluKI^ SL 
^ Free PArbioc — Palmer Square Park & .Shop I.ol 




On o quid Edgersloune Sireet 5 bedrooms, 2li 
baihs, huge living room overlooking parklike 
area, beautiful new kitchen, opplioncei includ- 
ed, delightfully informol wi.h ^poec and pri- 
vacy tor everyone $89,000 

LAWRENCE NORRIS KERR 

REALTOR, Fiiab IK3 

32 Chambers Street Tel. 924-Mt6 

Aitociolei 

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AUDREY SHORT I 
INC. 

REALTOR 

16:; Nassau St. 921-9222 



t4ev/ Cotoniol — 4 bedrooms, 2^'i baths, 
fomily room. To be constructed on lovely 
Ireed lot in established section of Pine 
Knoll, Lowrence Tov/nship, MJd $50*1 

lorge Ranch in town with 3 bedrooms, ?' i 
baths, family room plus two other large 
rooms that could be convened into more 
bedrooms, office ol home, in-law oport- 
ment, etc, $84,500 

Historic fieldstone Monor House on over 2 
acres, close to town. Beoutifully restored 
ond maintoined. 

Exciting new Thompson Cotoniat under 
construction in Pretty Brook. 5 bedrooms, 
famiiy kitchen, library. 

Pochanling Country Estate — 15 minutes 
from Nassau Street — with guesthouse. 10 
acres, with more land available. 

Nice rental for $450 per month, ovollable 
end of August. 



Audrey Short, Broker 

Morjorte Jaeger Mary Schofer 

Marjory While Florence Oawet 

Morcio M. Bowen 



-Town Topics, Princeton, N, J., Thursdoy, Moy 10, 1973- 



Employment Opportunities throughout the Princeton Area 




924 1881 

-Town Topic', Prmceron, N. J.. Thyrsdoy, Moy 10, 1973- 



P. J. Wainford & Co. 

PRINCETON EMPIOYMEMT AGENCY 




Montgomery Twp. 

4 bedroom -$47,900 
fUiral \ocaiian. auporti vtvw. 
i beiinoTiB. 2 balhs. pkbi 
family room and 2 cv kj- 
M^. alt on I CuH aorc. ItrMMl 
new for Juoe oon4KuiL7. 

Hillsborough Twp. 

(MilltlOfw) 

5 bedrooms — $S3,000 

Brick ranch, sofDo rivw foMit- 
agp. 3 bakwms. 3 bjUt, 
beolt>i pnol. ConiiJy naw)) 
30O0. 1 4 acres. 

Hillsborough Twp. 

Building Lot -$15,900 

1 9 acies w-rth brootc, ikvw 
sHmiIs Dnd dipping 

Hunterdon County 

Building Lot - $22,500 

3 acnes in the rolling hilU <rf 
ba»u(Ail Huntonlaa Couity. 
Pwfocl rural home sU*' v,itt\ 
Wb 0* room tor amM farm 
or InraoG 

The Montgomery 
Agency 

REALTOR 

Station Square — Rl, 306 

ftelle Meod, N.J. 

359-8277 



MAINTENANCE FREE - New litfing. This beautiful oil 
aluminum siding colonial in o very desirable orea 
hoi evof/thing you are looking for, Lorge living 
room, formol dining room, modern eot-io kitchen, 
jcreoned-in porcK for that summer lime enioyment, 
ihroc bedrooms, tiled both, full basement that oHers 
a family room and work oreo ond one cor garage. 
EKtros, wall to wall carpeting, wosher and dryer. 
Hurry this wor>'t last, $34,900 

ACHIEVEMENT IN LUXUtRY-(new listing) when you 
enter this olr conditioned ronchcr you won't believe 
how well it's decorated ond some of the unusual 
ideoi used in creoting this thing of beauty. 7 rooms, 
2 balhs, rich wall to woll carpeting ond custom dro- 
poric* included. Full boiomont, 2 cor garage, large 
fenced yard with extro nice gorden area. Loaded 
with volue. $51,500 

BUCKS COUNTY STONE COLONIAL (new listing! circo 
1700, set beautifully on 4 ocrej with opp 1700' of 
frontage for privocy and future investment. The main 
house offers you much ehorm with antique hardware, 
wide random pine floors, tome leaded gloss and 3 
charming fireplaces including a walk-in, outside 
there's o guest cottage, a large Sylvan pool plus 
severol stone outbuildings ond very onroctive white 
boord fencing, It's a grand estate with beoutiful old 
charm. $210,000 

HCTE MEMORIES WERE MADE Over the post 150 
yeors there's been mony fomil.es spend many hap- 
py hours here in this 9 room coloniol in Woshington 
Crossing with 4 bedrooms, large formal dining room, 
den and o vtfry spacious living room 
setting. 



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$62,500 



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8 Offices Serving Y»u 

KARL WEIDEL INC 

REALTOKS 
«»"" 3) Penniii9loii, N.J. 

737-1500 882-3804 



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°" °'^e of reolly lovely property-Bome natural-some beau- 
• fully londscoped-Q lernfic one floor house with very large liv- 
ng dm.ng-siudy oreo, very speciol kitchen, three bedrooms, a 
.w.mmmg pool, $75,000 










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and dining oreos, modern kitchen, Moiter bedriom.-dreVsTnj ' 
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$67,500 



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IHE PARTICULAR BUJER SHOOLO CALL 

924-7272 



Beverly Cron« 
Terry Merrick 
Jane Schoch 
Pete Callaway 



Ji>dy McCeughon 
Anne Word 

Eleonor Young 
Ted Peyton 



-Town Topics, Princeton. N. J., Thursday, May 10, 1973- 



licensed Real Eslote Brok< 

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lUXURY LIVING ■■-Jtli all the orr 
dav'i oil eieciin home-Large foyer, liv 
kitchen, 3 bedroo 
3 bath's, lauridry room, two family roc 
with buill-in intercom, burglar olorm ^ 
tern, vacuum system, loastei 
bath ical3 ond record 1 
ment receation rooms are in oddilion wilh 
panelled billiord room, panelled ping pong 
joom ~ inlaid shuffleboaid ond separole 
wofk shop-a custom In-ground self clean- 
ing pool and ouldoor barbecue with polio 
ond secluded porch provide on exceplionol 
ouidoof fun oroo. Comfort ond happiness 
ore truly the feelings of ihis oulslonding 
home. $89,500 







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GOOD CLISNTELE, 

WELL EQUIPPED, 
ExceLLEHT LOCATIOM. 

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JiaO, Coll 201— B7-1553 



FOR RENT, 1 




WALK TO BUS OR SHOPPING CENTER - 

from this ideolly located Kendall Pork 
ranch. 3 bedrooms, 1 ' :■ balhs, lotge living 
room, private fenced lot; many extras in- 
cluding washer-dryer-refrigerator, $36,500 




tA investment properly in Kingston. Offices 
^5r P'"5 oportmenti or 2 oporlmonts or large 1 
i^ privole home, $49,500 ' 

^ GOOD COMMUTING from this oltractivo \ 
RT 4 bedroom coloniol which is in one of iho 
jt^ most deiirnblc oroos. Living room, dining 
^jf room, large oot-in kitchen, 2'.; bolhs, rec- , 
"^ reolion room and patio. $55,000 

W PRINCETON TOWNSHIP 

Wooded tracts in country soltings 

t4'i acres $36,000 ' 

5!'i acres $44,000 

■^ 10 ocres $75,000 

fU HOPEWELL TOWNSHIP 

Loi 17 acres, excelloni location for inveslment 
^ $47,600 

V 12 ocres, lovely cedor knoll ond brook. 
T^ $34,000 

^ EDWARD E. FAROE, REALTOR 

%2 LViCMNGS AND WIJCKENDS 

i/^Kcn Oitliciin 021-0758 Belly Kleibor 02.l-.i:v>l 
J^ Plu.u.i Beck 024-01-16 Frank Deck 021-01-10 

3^ M;ipv a o>ilici,ii !iil-r,T.-.8 

S^ mm M ^ MERCER COUNTY 

p "• ■■ ** MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE 3^ 
_^ Member Princefon Reol Estate Group '■^ 

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MONTGOMERY TOWNSHIP two story wilh moture 
plantings is designed for low inlerior mainlenonce. 
There are 3 bedrooms, and one on the first floor, 
dining room, front porch enclosed, 2 car garage. 
$50,500 

TRADITIONAL DESICM wilh four bedrooms, has cen- 
ter hail entry, formol dining room, ponelled fam- 
ily room with toisod hearth brick fireploce, lorge 
kitchen, full basement, 2 cor goroge, on on acre 
of land with sewer. $63,900 

LAWRENCE TOWNSHIP brick and oluminum Co- 
lonial, with 4 lorge bedrooms, moster hos dress- 
ing orea, living room wilh library, fomily rm. with 
fireploce, finished basement, 3'. '■ baths, colonial 
wood pone! doors, central oir, professional land- 
scaping, $65,000 

VILLAGE SETTING is the placement of a new oreo. 
The setting is colonial in keeping wilh the housing 
sunounding. Tho lots ore wooded ond ore opprox. 
one ocro. These homes will be buill for late sum- 
mer possesion. Storting ot $75,900 

SPANISH CONTEMPORARY next to o brook with 
Roman arched front hos 4 large bedrooms, unique 
kilchen, all thermopane windows, fomily room with 
fireplace, basement, 2 cor goroge. $84,900 



FURNISHED RENTAL Elm Ridge 
rooms, 2 full boths, formal dinir 
family room wilh fireplace, cei 



Pork ranch, 3 bed- 

ig ond living rooms, 

ntrol oir, 14 month 

$495 p/m 



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1000 Stale Road, Princeton, N.J. 

Evcuings — 921-3761 



Firestone ^eal Estate 

173 NASSAU STREET • PRINCETON, NJ, 08540 
609-924-2222 
James Pietrinferno 
LICENSED REAL ESTATE BROKER 

Associates 
;\ima Mae Bacli Jolianna Friedman 

Our newest listing is an older Princeton twAiihouse on John 
St OonveniesJt to shopping and Utah and to the Conmiimity 
Park facdliti«. Dw^iistairs. (here's a living room. diimiS 
room and Idtchemite \\Me upstairs are 3 comfortable bed- 
iwms and a full bath. Sit out on the cute frwil porch and 
■n-atdi the world go by. K9.S0O 




A Princeton town bouse within walking distance of the 
University has jusf come on the market. You can walk to 
schools, flopping and virtually everything. The living 
room has a fireplace and twilt in bookcases; Uie dining 
room is early American; the kilchen is modem and the 
family room is nice and light wth a picture window over- 
lo(4dng the patio and garden; upstairs are 4 delightful 
bedrooms and 2 full baths; downstairs is a 5th bedroom 
or teenagers hideaway with fin^Lace and half bath. 

$60,500 




"I never bund houses oa the (op of a hUl. I buUd Ihem 
around 1( like an eyebrow." — Wright. The best of Prince- 
ton living is yours in Ihis organically set California ranch 
which would be ideal for the family with teenagers. Enter 
on one level into a spacious living room wilh fireplace 
ovorlooking the woods and brook and notice the f!exibi!ity 
of a floor plan that can accommodate children of varjing 
ages. E^t-in kitchen, large dining el and two or three bed- 
rooms 'Or custom den) upstairs. Downstairs, open to a 
patio, is a full family room with fireplace and pool table, 
two more bedrooms and balh, a sewing room, and a cus- 
tom built office wilh wailing room and separate access. 
Luxui-iously carpeted and including many custom features 
for $71,500 

Formal gardens o\'erloolQng a gorge«Xis free form pool 
are the settkig for a magnificent brick colixual in the 
PrinoctoQ Wc^eni section. From the foyer with its wiad- 
ing staircase opposite the library to the sunken lining room 
«-ith a viev fnc*n the terrace, form^ eUegaDce is the 
ctivious ke>7K*e. Upstairs are 5 comfortably iarge bed- 
rooms and 4 fun baths. Complete wilh a servant's wing 
and airrouivled b>- acres of Princeton's beat land. Be sure 
to call for an appointn^ent. 

Princeton Rental — 4 bedroom colonial in Borough. Li\-ing 
room with fireplace, dining rwmi, ea(-in kitchwi, famitj- 
roun. One year lease or more. $460 per month 



-Town Topics, Princeton, N. J., Thursdoy, Moy 10, 1973- 



|| C&IL US FOR ADDITIONAL 
111 LISTINGS ... TOO LATE TO 
ADVERTISE! 

FROM PRINCETON WE OFFER: 



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!N LO\T:r,V EI>CEn5TOliNr; , . . 1.57 uw^ d tall been und pond to otili 
briot and fr.ime t^w levd rtrntciuporaiy fcalurod in HOUSi: BIi;ALFTIFUL |iirt eleven 
yeon ago when il wuj Iwrnl Ilif^ooe foyw. 28.15 junlon living mom with fireplace. 
ovahdidag tJ)c ganlraM, rtudv with fireplace, llircc enormous bodtoonu and two fiili 
bUlv. a St. Cliarlw IduJim, (irGulijat room and jabusiwl pof*4i. Dtnviutaus features 
■ ftplJ^vl rocrcatiim room wilh fuqilafc, utilily room, kXs uf storage spate and a 
full batJi. OiiUidr harboqiie. Two c*r garngp. and devoted »ilc owncn wlin liavc 
givCTi H losing rare. Be lunonj; Uii- fin* (o «v tltlil $149,500 



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PRINCETON ■'Home in Uil- Wood* ..." minuLa ft.«n Naswu Stioct oq one of die 
best, ([iiiet cd dc sacs overliwVing Ioi*"d. Tall itately lrc«s, privacy from nciglilwis, 
ccnviniiriKt^ to ewr\tliing utd a comfortable, largp, light, aiiy Itrfoe id perfoct 
mo\c 111 condition. Quality buih by Salznian willi tlirce large bedrooms, 2^6 badu, 
apaci'ttii luiog room witli fireplace. leparatc dining room, comfortable 9cie«ned porcb, 
family ro.Kn, dry, dr>' basement ami a Liwt) iCTTa^t with beMiitiful Stone walls. Ju-rt 
hsted at *89,000 



FROM HOPEWEU WE OFFER: 



TWO BR-WD NEW LISTINGS . . . 
ClMOM-BUrLT TWO-STORV SOUTIIERN COLONIAL ON BEDENS BROOK 
BO,\DI Brand new, foiir bedroom, two and ball batli frame hmix on 2M acres 
ovetlotAjng tlic gfilf couisc. An ideal locatfon for the country gentleman and tlie 
ladv of leisure. Craefous formal interior, large fmet. living room, fiti-place, family 
roijni Willi oak pegged random floors and antique fireplace, formal dining room, 
1-irge eal-in kitclicn. Custom features include central vacuum system, central air- 
conJlti'ining, electric garage door opener, inler-com. burglar al.irm and sm^Ae 
delei(1or ^'slems. Ready for your interior decorator. $118, .500 



R.\nE OPPORTUNin' FOR THE HOPEWELL r.\\'ESTOB. Bctums o 
anmiiilly. JiiM over llie borough line 8-imit apartment building Great i 
perly Coll {<t detail*. 



r 520.000 



(lOI'EUELL TOW.N5MIP— 26 acrw of rolling iii.mJows. woodi, a stream, a 3 bed- 
room rant-h liouiie witli natural cedar shingles and oiilbuildiogs. Beautiful mml setting 
very coriveiiicnl to Pennington, Hopewell, shopping and commuting. 

All for oniv joa.noo 



IN THE EVER POPUlAn PINE KNOLL SECTION OF LAWRENCE TOWN- 
SHIP, one of Sundi^n'i finest randtc*, in excellent condition. Living room, dining room, 
kitchen, family room, tiuee borlroonu, two baths, etquUitc hmdscaping THESE 
SELL FAST ... BE AMONG THE FinST TO SEE THIS. »49,500 

IWOHEDItOOM. ONE BATH PRINCETON BORO R.\Nai. Cute and ocr/y Spa- 
Lions living i.-mi witli (irepUcc, dining urtu. cnl-ln kitchen. 00»I50' lot, lovely laiid- 
jL'jplng and a lumvcnlj' backyard. One-car garage. $40,900 




Small oAtatr on tlie Prlncelon mI <<( H,„ 

house on three and a half utm u[ in\eq>uiK 1u»ib and »lult-l; old Uw». U< 

tlie main hoiiie there is n lieuled hum wllli v 

eoinplete«l ciiluniiJ gneit hmiie, potlljig shed and tkvo 

rireidar drive and large piLillii] 

make lhlj« an Ideal docluc'i i>riJ> 



vorl^hnp, ■table, padduck, partially 



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SPECIAL RENTALS . . , 

(:haniiing niifiirntxhed cohiniiil farm lioiive for leute. lairge nvinm, 3 fireplacrv, 
lour bedriximn. wide floor l>o.ird<. Sqiarale liMtetl garage with kludio' ptiidy above. 
Pund and lovely grounds. Near Dili's Corner -bet woea Lambertvillo and DinguM. 
Occupancy July 1, 1073. $175'mo»th 

PATTON A\'ENUE; fumishoil (wo-itorv; tliieo bwlroom*. 2Vj Iwllw, Uvbig room/ 
fp. dining looin, acreeiied poirli, kitchen. Full buenienL lively yard. June *73- 
Sept. 7-1. Mas/month 

DENIPSEY AVENUE; untumUhed lwo-»tor>-; ll«ee be<ln»mi. Hi batli*. hung 
rootn/fp, dining room, «lt-in ktl<.1u'n, panelled dtniily tooiii. full b.LMnnent. Some 
Tvall/wall uirpeting, two nir rondlllimeni. One ot two youra. Jidy '73. $100Aiioulh 

STATE ROAD. Prinoelon. Uufuniidiod ooloiual, t%vo-«t»c>-, f,.ur b«Irwim». 2M 
balltf, living room 'f ii<?pln.-<-, duiliig el, Vltilieii, two-ear g'uagr. May L'itb. 

$475.'niunt]i 



LANNINC AVENUE, Fcanington Bofougb. An in-towa coTooial nearly built 
T4vo-slory clapboard witli large bving roont, dining room, eat-in kitchen, family 
room (HUGE) with brick fireplace, master bedroom and bath, two other bed^ 
nwms and barii and a half- Full basement, hree/.i-way, two-car garage. Occupancy 
by June 1973. Not too hite to cKooie colors, fUtur«. etc. »56,.500 



PENNINGTON ROAD. HOPEWELL TOWNSHIP ... a stutw two-«tory colonial 
fealuHng a foyer, living room wJtJi brick fireplace, family room, kilehea and dimng 
nwin. Fuiir bedroom* and two halJiJ upstairs. FuH baiemet.l. Near new 1-95. $48,000 



OCAUTIFUL CUSTOM HOUSE being built on wooiled lot overlooking ncighlKiring 
I>ond, Huge family room with firepLce, living room, country kitdien. Three or four 
Ijedroomv ZVi butlw, 40' wooden deck provides gorgeous view, Breezeway and two-car 
garage. One mile from Hopewell Borough and the Reading R R. fur easy commuting. 
Lei's t.dk uboul tliis one. $56,500 



I. WD .. LOLS Ol- L.\NU! 

EASl AMWELL. Stony Brook Road, Two fourteen acre partvh, caeh with 
tree, and magnifident views. »38,S00 cnh with tenn*. 

PRINCETON TOWNSHIP. 5.57 acrcn, Zor.ed reridential, li'. aire mini- 
mum, Oiorry Hill Road. 2 bldg, loU. Terms. Make offer. 
LAWRENCE TOWNSHIP, Provinee Line Ro.,d. 15.14 acir. re«JcntiaI, 
Lovely estate-corporate headquarters urea. Tcrnu. $10.000/p«r 

DEI„\WARE TOWNSHIP. SL\ ACRES of woods ^d f.eld., GH>d borv: 
eounliy. Can be nihdivided. $3,500/pcr 

E.VST AMWELL TOWNSHIP . . . RileyviUc and Ridge Ri)«<b. Two three 
ace WOODED loU with great view*. $18,500 and $17i500. Hurry. Hurry, 
Hnrryl TIie»o are tertlfic building Uy jiii| a few miles out from Hopewell 
B.x.u.gl, ,u,d [l,e Reading RRI 



PRLNCLTON COOrER.\TI\E LISTING SER\ Ji:E 

MERCER COUNn' MULTIPLE LISTING 
N\TION.\L INTER-CITl- REL0G\TION SERVICE 
INTLRNATION.U. IIE\L ESTAIE FEDER.\TlO\ 

JOHN T. HENDERSON, INC. 

cHealiort 

isi Nusui sresn, ramcnoH • phoni m tihe niim 

41 WEil SeOAII SI.. HOPEWni • Ut 2S50 



.xawOMIO COUNiaV HOUSE IdriMUST SEU. <« H-M Wkt» nan» 

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OPE COO RENTAL^ ScCI 

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S*V>«G ANIMALS APPEALS TO US 

AND NOW WE APPEAL 
YOU HELP SAVE. SAVE 
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FOR SALE BY OWNtB, »llr*c11v« 3 

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BUCKS COUNTY 

JOT OF EXPERIENCE 

NATURE'S ENVIBONMEST 

RIPED GARDEII atwul to W 

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FOR SALE: Ut«M AOWtmwl «M rtove, 

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Mkt C*ll 1)S-»S.S4S* ««« > pm. 


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en, i*onao ™m. J car o*-»s9, love- 
ly arounai. i minoirf (rem ««<»". 
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SEASHOftt RENTAL 
MANTOLOKINC 

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HARDSOH 1. OOUOHEHTV 
ai EiialB A»oti»t« Inc. 
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AND TREE SE((VICE 

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! EXPERIENCED HOUSEKEEPER 
a dsv. Call Tll^Sl' KW 1 P m. 



E POPPIES; Mauter—Pamcnrunn 
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OU SONT LES NEIGESr MsrneO i 
pl«. r.>ilofy, artWIoclure gna 
atnli, WFk quirl urilurMiti<^ 1 I 
room ^f«r^n*it bi Hne old buiM 
PnFKctDn arol. Quality 3ppr»oa 
jnltieJltally .«J tlnanctally. l i 

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LAST WEEK . . . 

TO ORDER A 1973 

B„.uc.„,.H.nc.„v.,„B,. PONTIAC Or BUICK 

After this week, buyers will have to select from out of stock. Mr. Edward Baker, owner of Eld- 
ridge Pontiac-Huick, reports that a "substantial price increase will definitely be passed on to the 
consumer on all 1974 cars." SO WHY NOT ORDER WHAT YOU WANT AND SAVE. 




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1973 Buick Regal 2-door hardtop. 

!'o«'i;r stcrniit;, jxtwcr lirakcs. AM/KM 
sicreo. OriRin.il list: $5I>!)II. SUBSTANT- 
IAL SAVINGS on tllis mo'.t ilrainaticiilly 
styled BiiicV in n decadr. 



1972 Ouick ( iisloni Kliilrii l-duiir 
l''nlly C(|ilippi'(l witli air condilioiii 
roof, power windows. klAUf S 
Original lisl: «(vlSO ■"""" ' 



NOW 



hardtop. 

S. vinyl 

4595. 



1972 Fontiac Safari staloin wngon. Power seats, 
automatic, roof rack, factory air coiulilitininj;, 
power tailgate, radial IJAlAf SOQQC 
tires. Orig. liM; $5685 HUM J7T J. 



1!)72 Olds Luxury i)8 -l-door. Loaded, iiKliidiii^ 
AM/FM stereo, power windows, factory air 
eoiiilitioiiiii^. Ahsolutely ^A^O^ 

RorKcous ■»<J#«/« 

1972 Olds Custom Cruiser. This is an excep- 
tionally e(|uipped automobile with an original 
list price in excess of $0300. Power windows 
AM radio with stereo tape, power S^OQC 
steering, roof rack ••*# J* 

1972 Olds Delta 88 convertible. Factory aii 
conditioning, AM/FM stereo ra- $^70'* 
dio, great condition *" *•#• 

1971 Buick Centurion 'l-door bardtnp. Loaded 
with c(|uipnient including power windows 
power seat.s, power door locks, $^OQC 
faclor\ air conditioning *J*# J« 



1972 Ponliac (irand Prix. Loadt 
nictil. A Black Beauty. Must he si 
Original list: .$G2.a 



vith e.niip- 

SAVE! 



DEMONSTRATOR SALE 
NOW IN PROGRESS! 

Now is the time... 



1971 Buick Klectra 4-door hardtop. Factory air 
conditioning, power windows, ^TCO'* 
AM/FM radio. 17,000 orig. miles JJ' J« 
1971 Buick Sport Wagon. I'"xecIIent condition 
with factoi-y air conditioning, ^7QQQ 

roof rack A7Ta^. 

1970 Chrysler Town & Country Wagon. 3 seats, 
factory air conditioning, power '^fiQ^ 
windows, 26,000 original miles . _ *0 ' <*• 
1970 Dodge Challcuscr SE 2-door. Efpiippeil 
with factor>' air conditioning, ^7AQ^ 

radial tires Mm*¥WJm 

1970 Pontine Crand Prix 2-door hardtop. Buck- 
et scats, factory air conditioning. $07QC 
.\ true luxury car •' # J» 

1%9 Buick Sport Wagon. 3 seats, faetnr\ air 

*2495. 



■r)nditioning. 
iiiof rack . 



1972 OPEl LEFTOVERS. 2 to choose from. One with 
4-speed transmission, one with outomotic. Never 
driven, never titled. These cannot be dupHcoted. 

»1895. and *2195. 



ELDRIDGE PONTIAC-BUICK-OPEL 



ROUTE 206, PRINCETON, N. J. 



(Across from Princeton Airport) 



921-2222 



-Town Topics, Piinceron, N, J., Ttiursdoy, May 10, 1973- 



a.C**IMC OUTT I aW bin tiBM 
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CUSTOM MADC LAMP SHADES. 

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Seven (7l (oom »fjlil Icvol tiluarsd on olmotl 
two (3) oeres, localed on Carter Rood be* 
tween Weifcfn Electric and E.T.S. 3 bed- 
rooms, 7 full boihi, boouiiful Hone fire- 
place in birch-ponotlcd living room, birch- 
panelling dining room fealwret window 
woll with sliding glott door to patio over- 
looking spacious londicoped grounds, wall 
to wall carpeted recrootion room with firo- 
ploce, aitoched 2-car garoge, 80'k25' chain- 
link fenced kennel area for your dogs, with 
occess from house. ApproKimolety 130 evcr- 
gresns ond 12 fruit trees. Eorly occuponcy. 
$65,000 



Coll 466-2251 for appointment 



luxury Apodments 
1 a/ni 2 bttinoorm • Individ. 
uuUy cuiitn>llo(l h<\rt • 2 air 
conditioners • Individual 
llalcontcM • 12 ni, tt. Re- 
friKcrator • VerxMl^tn Dllnds 
• Large nulk In cIowLs • 
room with wo&buY ond dri- 
ers • Wall to w.»ll caipct- 
ini: ill 2nd floor ai>arUiionLs • 
Superintendent on .ulc • 
RcvtA atArt .tt (190 ui>. 
Private (<nti-.inccs • I.iimdrj' 
Model apartini'ul — Tele- 
phone torn «ia-4aoi. (Opcn 
Daily Irom 12;» pm. (o 5 
ptii except Sund.iyi Direc- 
tions (rwni PriftcetiMi; Prlnc*^ 
ton IlijrfiWottii Ilii, Turn 
riRtK on oKi Trenton IW.. ^i 
n\ilo, TXuTi left ;iiul IiilJow 



194 Nassau Street 921-6060 

In the Ilifton Building • 2nd Floor • Elevjitor Scmcc 

Evenings and Sundays. Call 

J*rk Strjrker. SB1-«7S Edmund Schuslt-r, Kl-JSM 

William Schufssler, Kl-Oa Allen D'.Vrcy. 799-06M 

ttantj Rudr. Ml— U»-$Xn 



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CASAQUE or ECUSSON 
by Jean DALBRET 

Each parfum is a melodious blend of pure, natural 
flowers. ECUSSON, a subtle, stirring fragrance nr 
CASAQUE, an igniting cologne, now very speciall\' 
))nxed and priced at $3.75 (regularly $6.) or give licr 
llic sd. perfume plus cologne for just $8.50 (regularly 
I $12.5Uj. 






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168 Nassau Street- in Princeton 

E. E. Compbell, R.P. ^g Dial 924-0077 

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