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Town Topics 



WE NOMINATE 



John Berryman, one of the most able and ver- 
niembers of the "postwar generation in arts 
'and letters," who this past week scored a Prince- 
ton "postwar first" in giving a pre-publication 
reading of a major original work. Following the 
example of such distinguished poets as Robert 
Frost and Edwin Arlington Robinson, the 38-year 
Berryman — under the joint sponsorship of the 
Christian Gauss Seminars in Criticism and the Uni- 
versity's Public Lectures Committee — presented 
his newly completed "Homage to Mistress Brad- 
street", a poem to appear this fall in book-form. 

Just ten days before his unusual "lecture" Berry- 
man was singularly honored in a survey of this 
country's outstanding young creative artists, who 
were defined as "talent under 40 whose work first 
came to public notice after the war." While Berry- 
man is widely known as a poet, he was in t/his in- 

am :e placed among the eminent below-40 critics, 
a generation that has "recovered Henry James, 
Nathaniel Hawthorne, Herrhan Melville and Mark 
Twain from the detractors and academics" and has 
already brought forth a "body of work promising 
both in Us amount and quality." 

Few men Berryman's age have won more lit- 
erary recognition than he has in the space of some 
15 years. Following his Phi Beta Kappa graduation 
from Columbia, he studied abroad and at Cam- 
In idge University, England, was designated Charles 



Oldham Shakespearean Scholar. He had taught at 
Wayne and Harvard Universities and had fin 
the first of three one-year appointments at Prince- 
tori before he received a Rockefeller grant to carry 
forward researches in Shakespeare. The end of 
World War II brought a Doubleday-Kenyon Re- 
view Short Story Prize, 1948 the Guarantor's Prize 
of Poetry Magazine and 1949 the Shelley Memorial 
Award for Poetry. 

Berryman, a native of McAlester, Okla., later 
held a unique Princeton fellowship, the Alfred 
Hodder Memorial Fellowship established in 1941 bv 
the late Mrs. Mary Mackall Gwinn Hodder, oi 
Princeton, for the promotion of self-directed proj- 
ects in the humanities by men possessing "more 
than ordinary intellectual and literary gifts." A 
year ago Berryman, whose definitive biography of 
Stephen Crane had been published in 1950, ac- 
cepted the University of Cincinnati's Invitation in 
fill the Elliston Poetry Chair, a one-semester "invi- 
tation" first extended in 1951 to Robert Tristram 
Coffin, winner of the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry the 
spring Berryman graduated from Columbia. 

For strengthening this community's remarkable 
literary tradition; for personifying the achieve- 
ments of a new literary generation that is most defi- 
nitely not "lost"; for helping refute the charge 
that "nothing now can be as good or as lasting as 
what has gone before"; he is our nominee for 



PRINCETON'S MAN OF THE WEEK 



"Spring Used Car Carnival" 

S>hrltnn iHntar (Cn. 3lt\t. 



RENWICICS 

COFFEE SHOP AND RESTAURANT 

Club Breakfasts 30c up 

Complete Luncheon 75c up 

Complete Dinners 1.25 up 



rill NASSAU STREET 



March 29 - April 4, 1953 
I 



Far all jrovr farm and garden 
•qulprneat, aee 

J. Percy Van Zandt Co. 



CLOSED 

Saturday, April 4. 

THE KNITTING SHOP 

S Tulane St. TcL 3»8 



AllState 
Insurance Co., 

Agent: George P. Young Jr.. wil 

he Ht S**ar», Roebuck Catulogu 
store. 73 Painter Square, AVes 

Tuesday — 14-5 p.m. 
Saturday — 9-1 p.m. 



CLOSE OUT 

Beautiful 

Game Bird Trays 

Large and Small Trays 

Cocktail Trays 

Formerly $8.50 and $14.50 

$3.95 
WINE & GAME SHOP 

FREE DELIVERY 
6 Nassau St. — Tel. 2468 or 3748 



*m& 



MANNING'S 

Finest Warehouse 
In This Area 



TELEPHONE 1843 



CAUGHT SHORT 
FOR EASTER? 




HI 

The Prep Shop 

Boys' Sizes 4-40 

14-14 Chambers Street 

Princeton 245* 



Qlmtm (Tapirs 



DONALfi C. StUj&T Jr. 

Dan D. Cotle 

Editors a>id PubOsHer* 

Katharine H. Brrtnall 
Thomas S. Godolphjn 
Contributing Editors 

d without charge every week to 
home and place o£ business in 
etoo Bomug.i and Township and to 
n ill <.£ West Windsor. Lawrence. 
■oil. HOntgomer] and Franklin 
£ ind i>rii(%s(oun. 

riptioo price i.Ior area outside that 
d b;. the Princeton Post Office I 



Advertising Rates on Application 

Mercer Street Telephone '. 

Princeton. N. J. 



Topics of the Town 



Rand 



No 



:The 






of the six-man Joint Consolidation 
Committee will be held Thursday, 
April 16. at 8 p.m. in Borough 
Hall. The governing bodies of the 
borough and the township will be 
in session prior to that time to 
appoint three residents of their 
respective municipalities to serve 
on the committee. Its members 
will be charged with creating a 
merger plan which will be submii- 
ted to the public at a referendum 
November 3. 

The Eagles' annual Easter Egg 
Hunt is scheduled for Saturday, 
while the Lions will stage theirs 
the following weekend. Details be- 

Freeholder Edward A. Thorne 
and three other Democrats made 
selection of Sido L. Ridolfi of 
Trenton unanimous for State Sen- 
ator by withdrawing last week in 
action restoring harmony to party 
ranks. Mr. Thorne thus becomes a 
candidate for a third term on the 
county governing body. 

Acknowledgement with thanks Is 
made to an anonymous contributor 
of $5 "to any of the Town Topics' 
Christmas Funds." The family se- 
lected in 1951. which has encount- 
ered a steady series of hardships 
since its case was publicized, has 
benefitted by the gift. 

The price of demanding to see 
Dr. Albeit Einstein at 1:48 a.m. 
can be fairly expensive. When Miss 
Gaidi Garcia, 31, of Woodside, Long 
Island, had to be removed by po- 



frc 






■rning, they i 



nng 



vith Charle 



Lau^hton" will be presented i 
McCarter Theatre Saturday. April 
18, sponsored by the Vassar Col- 
lege Club. Tickets go on sale Wed- 
nesday at the University Store. 

After hearing her parents re- 
hearse steadily for "The Beggar's 
Opera," 18th century tale of Lon- 
don underworld characters, a 
three-year old bounced up to her 
nursery school teacher this week 
to say gaily, "Kiss me, you slut!" 
The teacher, greatly amused, 
promptly obliged but decided to 
leave heriditary vocabulary prob- 
lems to the parents in question. 

The Chest and the Catholios. 
Community Chest President Thom- 
as P. Cook, reported this weelt on 
successful completion of the 1952 
campaign. He also had a few com- 
ments to make on the boycott of 
the Chest by the Catholic Church 
because of the presence of the 
— Continued on Page 2 



H.G. Houghton & Sons 

Custom Built Homes 
Developers 

Established 1919 
PRINCETON, N. J. 



Fashions for Easter 

Be your smartest 
in a new dress, coat or suit 



MAYME MEAD 

NowTrt 188 Nassau Street Telephone 3895 



Check The Advantages 
Of Financing Your Car 
Through Our Bank 

• YOU BORROW AT LOW COST. We use a 
simple, low-percentage method, with no extras, 
for figuring charges for loans. And you can have 
a convenient number of months in which to 
repay your loan. 

• YOU CHOOSE YOUR OWN INSURANCE 
AGENT. You deal locally with people you 
know, and you can include the initial insurance 
premium in the same loan. 

• YOU BUILD UP YOUR CREDIT. Like many 
others, you may find this the best reason for - 
obtaining a bank loan. As you pay it off, your 
credit rating rises. 

Princeton, N.J. 



Prince 

AAatchabelli 

Presents: 

#NEW! 



^Special! 

limited time) only-tolntrodu 
an exciting 
now perfui 




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Red- lipstick at no 
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i $4 value for $£ 

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The 



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bottle you receive a creamy 
"Red Red" lipitick-for a limited 

MMCES PIUS TAX 



4 Perfume Purse Crownt 
— Beloved and Crown 
Jewel, imparted from 
France— plut Stradivar' 
and a new perfume. 



i $5 value 



195 



perfume. ... be the fir 
Prince Matchabelli'iexci 
perfume— Wind Sonn. 



EDWARD A THORNE THE DRUGGIST 

168 Nassau Street Telephone 0077 



, Town Topics, .March 29-April4, 1953- 



Claridge Wine & Liquor Co. 

Fine lm|H»rti*«l Hio*. 

RintimnH] Priced 

CALL 0657 
40 Leigh Av-no; 



Tile Art of Picture* and Framifur 

Oil Palatini:. K#-»tore4 

PHOTO MIOP 

C. MASSELOS 



flPflRRI 

School of Dance 
Tel. Mlla Gibbons, 1353 



For All Your 
Spring Decorating 

Boot hers tone Interiors 

10 Chamber. St. — Tel. 2»1 



Garden Specials 

Burpee Scedl 

Garden Hose 

Rakes 

Small tools of all kinds 

Lawn Mowers 

TIGER AUTO STORES 

26 Withcrspoon St. Td. 3715 

"A Good Place to Trad*' 



HARRIS 

DEPARTMENT STORE 

32 Withers poon St. 



WEARING APPAKK1. 
For the entire- Family 
Complete Line of Shoes 
For Your Foster Outfit 



TOPICS OF T/Ik 7OT7I 

—Continued from Pag* 1 
I ftarentfioo* 1 

i lie 1 1 member agencies. 
I! d^lared: 

" Attain this year there 
■ 

■ ■ 

did DOl 

i | > i • i . , ■■ ■ . ; i ' ; I ■ . i i ■ 
■ 

of such 

the Chest continued Its 
•j allowing cfajnpi 

heir K'fts among the mem- 

thai '-in ii iinnoi 
. 
loney was going. The per- 

Indicates 

majority of the 

atisfled with the 
itlon recommended by the 

Tru teei 
"i ni-H i uaatel) cei tsrfn kndU Id- 
uais In oi ngregntton, 

"i. i -Mi.-! ihip of their 

ohuroh, refi ed si en to use i he 
laMng th-' posi- 
tion that so long as one pertfculai 
was a member of the 
Cheat, they would not ajve to the 
unpnlgn n ii difficult to 
dlso in by what logic thl poaJ ■ 
■ lined, unlesi I hose 
LndEvldluUa would also decline to 

■■ i>t. any benefits: from the Ohesi 

'l do not refer, Oi 

course, to those few who took the 
trouble to make direct payments 

hi I Ii.' S'-veiiil ji^ei i t In.' . ;in- 

not in good conscience receive 
1 1 ee i heel )f-ray from tfte Tuber- 
culosis League, rare ai lea i han 

i i the hospital, oi scoul 

privilege* "Y" activities or' play- 
for his children, unless he 

"i ta tho e agencies to the best 

ol btii ability. 

"To 'he argument that any con- 
trovei i.'il agency should withdraw 

ii the Chest, i would ant wer 

that almost all activities involve 
i .mil oyerfQ to h gj eatei or lesser 
degi ei I Ine agency which has 
beer attacked by one church or- 
ganization in the community has 
been ardently supported by sev- 
eral other ministers and eongrega- 
tlonsi w thai agency were to with- 
draw because of pressure from one 
group, many of its supporters 
would be incensed and the entire 
Chesl oi ganlzatlon would tend to 
dli Integrate. 

"II Is submitted that the besl 
solution to the problem faced here 
I., the Chesl is to continue Its al- 
location system, with such im- 
puovements as oould be devised 

1 in i iiii, and lor those opposed to 

one or more agencies to make use 
ol thai system. Freedom, and even 

our Civilization, are founded upon 

the tolerance and adjustment of 
differences ol opinion, In our Chest 
orj I tfon we can achieve thai 

adjustment ai differences, whether 
teliglous or otherwise! through 
the allocation of contributions ac- 
cording to the donor's own prel- 

Mr. Cook also revealed that the 
!-■' in il breaking goal of $117,400 
was topped by 567; that vV&emas 
32S Individuals had g4UB11 an aver- 
age ol nearly $200 apiece— to ae- 

"""" to» 35* ol the qpiota 

average individual gUM was $10. 
DanatJom totalled 1)133, BO mere 

than last year. 

KUee polity change planned bv 
i he Chest will be retention of an 

executive seseeVan bo coordinate 




MARVEL TROt'SKK t RFA.SKK 
MAKVF.T. SOCK DRYF.R 
MARVEL SWKATEK ItRYFR 

Urken Supply Co. 

-7 Withcrspoon St. 
Tel. So7» 



Miles 



und 



beets Cheat officials beii. 

Cook said, that the traditional 
small overhead figure ($3,000 an- 
nually) has become "peanj wise 

bui pound inoiiKh." 

Unanticipated Bonanza. Late last 

February. .Miss Doiothv Lynch 
ol Cheery Hill Road wrote to a 
number oi phai maceutical , . , [n - 

panles asking them if they could 

contribute medical supplies for 
Continued on Pa^e 4 



RCA Victor 

EYE WITNESS 

TELEVISION 



We Hove It! 

The Music Shop 

16 NASSAU ST. — TEL 0080 



Ladies Auxiliary Nassau Aerie 2732 

SQUARE DANCE 

for Ihc b-nebl of 

MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY 

ai 1.14 NASSAU STREET 

Saturday. March 28. 

by L'ncle George Vigor nnd His Square Dance 8an<t 
Dancing 9-12 P. M. Donation ' 



Princeton's Weekend Weather: 

THURSDAY FRIDAY SATUROAY SUNDAY 




A Weekly Service Provided by 

NASSAU OIL COMPANY 

YOUR CULLIGAN SOFT WATER DEALER 
rvitte Road Telephone 3530 



Anne Fogarty 
Originals 






Food Mart of Princeton 

20 Witherspoon Street 

Hotshot Special of the Week: 
Choice Chuck Roast . . . . ib 35c 



29c 



12c 



7c 



Parkay 
OLEO 



Boneless Roast 

VEAL 

All Solid Me; 



2 -47c 55 



751 



TOMATOES ' Fanc » Bi <> lceber 9 N "" 

Fane. R,„„ LETTUCE POTATOES 



Box 



19c !2" 25c 5 • 29c 



BE SMART, SHOP FOOD MART 



. Tmrn 7V,/,iVs. Mnrrh L">-\pril i. /<*.;,>'_ 



-2 



Shop 
lie Catalog Waj ■• 

SEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO. 

69. IS Palmer Square Tel. 14*1 



BEAUTY CULTURE 



CHRISTINE'S 

12 Spring St. — Tel. 037S 




J. J. VETICK 

111 Stockton Street 
Hijht.town. N. 1. 

Upholstery & Slip Covering 



Tel. Hightstown 95 



IKE, DICK 

FREIDA, FRITZ 

and 

BOBBY SOX 

Just a few. of the outstanding 
crop of spring cocker puppies 
bred for BRAINS. BRAWN 
and BEAUTY by the breed- 
ers of the best black cocker 
4n show at The Garden. 



Qualine 

Province Line Rd. 
Tel. 1-1544 



CONQUER 

CRABGRASS 




containing 

WILD WHITE CLOVER 

This imported, fine, dwarf- 
growing clover has a creeping, 
closely knit root system that 
crowds out crabgrass. 

5 lb. Carton $6.50 

AUTHORIZED DEALER : 

ROSEDALE 
GARDEN MARKET 

62 AJ<-\H.nd.-r St Tel. iH 



It's New to Us 



For Sate - Furnished Apartment. 
One of the host ways to see what 
furniture really looks like is I*, see 
it in a model room. With this in 
mind. Nassau Interiors, 162 Nassau, 
has taken three of its upstairs 
rooms and turned them into a 
three-room apartment, completely 
furnished, accessoried. draped and 
ready to be sold, by the piece or 
by the roomful. 

Right now and for the next 
month, the apartment is showing 
Whitney's modern Now - A - Day 
group. Next month. Nassau Inter- 
iors will change the whole scene, 
perhaps to another line of modern, 
perhaps to a traditional or pro- 
vincial decor. There'll be a change 
Of scene every month from then on. 

These are real rooms — not just 

way. There's a small living room 
with dining arrangement at one 
end, a bedroom and a den or study. 
Walls are painted grey, windows 
screened in bamboo, pictures on the 
walls. Pots of philodendron, dishes 
on the table and ashtrays ready for 
a cigarette, make it just like home 
—well, somebody's home. 



brand of men's haberdashery is 
available on Nassau Street. The 
store is Lahey's, 150 Nassau. 

Mr. Lahey is particular happy 
pbout the white broadcloth shirts 
Array has sent. There are many 
styles to choose from: one with a 
non-wrinkle collar, another with 
spread collar, one with removable, 
collar stay, and the Gordon Dover, 
an Oxford button-down. This ox- 
ford also comes in blue, tan or grey. 

Arrow always means shirts to 
most people, but they also make 
undershorts that many men con- 
sider the best to be had. This is 
largely because of a tricky — and 
apparently very comfortable, — seam 
arrangement. Lahey's has these, 
and also undershirts There are 
briefs, too, for men who prefer 

.Handkerchiefs, neckwear and a 
few sports shirts round out the line. 
(More about sports shirts when 
weather says so.) 

Craftsman and Artist. You may 
have heard that a new cabinet- 
maker has taken over the premises 
and the workshop of Fred Mains 
out on the Somerville Road. His 
name is George Alexander, and we 
drove out the other day to look at 
his shop and his work. We were im- 
pressed by both. 

Mr. Alexander is, of course, a 
furniture repair man whose deft 
fingers can refinish a pine chest, 
or knit a broken chair leg. He is 
also a cabinet-maker, a furniture 
designer and a creative artisan of 
considerable skill" We saw a few 
pieces he has designed and -made 
in the modern manner — a captain's 
chair, a server of teak, and an in- 
genious nest of tables without that 



Ton 



of 



We liked the smaller things, too, 
like a curving salad bowl, a cigar- 
ette box with random brass heads 
in the top, picture frames and 
trays. You may have seen some of 
these things, as a matter of fact, 
because Mr. Alexander sold through 
American House in New York. 

Mr. Alexander, who holds a degree 
in Alhiopology from another Ivy 
— Continued on Page 8 



SPRING CLEANING 
SPECIALS 



Easy-Ofl Oven Cleaner 

69c and 9Hc 

Johnson's Jubilee Kitchen 

Wax „.. 75c 

Silver Cleaners: 

Instant Dip 98c and $1.98 

Magic Leaf $1.25 

URKEN SUPPLY CO. 

27 Witherspoon St. Tel. 3076 



Special Sale 

SPRING SKIRTS 20% OFF 



Orlons and Wools 



fieU-yrfsm, Jhc. 



188 Nassau Sir 



Telephone 1301 





FOR EASTER 




Wear a Coat or Suit 


1 


Irom 




"THE OLD STONE HOUSE" 




Mary Gill, Inc. 


230 Nassau 


Street Parkins; In Rear 



Boy's Suits and Coats 

Sixes 4 to 12 Junior* 
Sizes 3 to 6 Regulars 
Sizes 1 to 4 Toddler 

Extra Ordinary Assortment for Eaater and After 

bill* cvn liel/crun 



Specialists in Fine Infan 
20 Nassau Street 



• NC. 

and Children'. Wear 
Telephone 1-0773 



Phone Orders Cheerfully Filled— Free Delivery Call 1-1280 

BAMMAN'S 

OF PRINCETON, Inc. 

10 Nassau St. Fine Food Merchants 

Lenten Season Food Suggestions 

Geisha White Meat Tuna 6 oi. 37c 

Geisha White Meat Tuna 12 oz. 57c 

Skinless and Boneless Portuguese 

Sardines ! 3% oz. 23c 

Au Gourmet Fancy Japanese Crab Meat ....6'/i oz. 95c 

C and B Kippered Herrings 15 oz. 55c 

Southern Star Fancy Imported Solid 

Pack Bonita 37e 

Frozen Food Specials 

Seabrook Farms Leaf Spinach (14 oz.) 

2 for 33c; 6 for 98e 
Seabrook Farms Chopped Spinach (14 oz.) 

2 for 33c; 6 for 98c 

Neptune's Extra Fancy Frogs Legs 8 oz. $1.12 

Seabrook Farms French Fried Potatoes 9-oz. pkg. 21c 

Burlington Chopped Beef 1 lb. 65c 

Wakefield's Alaska King Crab Meat 6 oz. 89c 

Nordic Flounder Fillets 1 lb. 57c 

DRINK... 



SLENfOER 



No Sugar — No Calories 



Park Across the Street In the Municipal 
Parking Lot— We Will Gladly Refund 
Your Nickel On All Purchases Over $1.00 



We Deliver 



Phone 12S0 



We Deliver 



. Town Topics, March 29April4, 1953. 



Man- mill More People 

Arc Collins 

HURLEY (Tel 0524) 

For Puinlinn nml Puffrinn 



SCOPA S, INC 

< urnilng •lid PraMJnf 

Call A IMivpry Serrloo 

56 Nhwu SI. T.I. * 



Save TIME 

On a Busy Weekend 
Telephone 0191 or 0192 
For Quality Foods at 

Royal Scarlet 

STORE 

236 NaHan 8( 

I ri:i. DEUVKBir 



TOPICS OF TrlF TOW\ 

— Continued from rag* 2 



Hn It 



Fine Wines and Liquors 
from 

YEOMANS 



108 Nuiiao. St Tet M»l 

Freo Delivery 



R. J GUINN 

(..•tirnil (olllroctor 
Alliriitinns, AdAflOBf *»* 

I. .III. in I 

Telephone Princeton 144S or 
B UJCT t W I M*K 



EASTER BASKETS 

Sweets tmil 
Cocktail Delicacies 



Chocolates 
by 

Limit 

Louis Sherry 

Perugina 

Broste 



Cookies and M ufers 

In 
Huntley & Palmer 



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• NASSAU 
DELICATESSEN 

45 Palmer Square IfMt 
Telephone ISO* 



oi. h.-h«H ol Bin I" 

pan of a 
"*-me conducted 

hurch. 

Whil»- a nuuit. I 
■ 
Ltdej )• Laboratu 

,v they 

I inber of Mm pi C vitamin 
■ 

.i WOUld •>■■ BWd« 

to 71 Palmer Square, whei 

to Dr. 
Aifr.-'i i> Sunuiie 

ruj "a few 

. 

l-.mn.-i.... 

n, Dj Summti replied, 
»ln ih- watting room." 

ii i la n I- ible 

to in trailei trui 

ntu well Blled with the 
,. :,, lead ol 

■■ 

! , I....- tored In 

Laura! Rood. 1 h 

hi vltl- 

... 

■..:■ Ol 

I ,, i, , about i too 
and n'-.-. I 

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.id from 
.1 k docks. 

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fti m ex- 
$20,000. 

delighted with 

the ol the ventun bul I 

..iiii telling n " nd thai "While 1 

l about ■ ■ ap ul« . i re 

i eived hall b mUlion ' Ba ■- i"'' 1 
hi ..i the total In each d 

the Bh HI i urn (tl nl '.".Unit m- 

I 'Ill 

New Home for McLean Labs. 

b ■' ■' ,i " i' 
.tutu will break g I 

afternoon for b new 
,-, Wesl Windsor Town* 

i Bowei A Ions |iun 

. -i .i ni M,. w i hm: poo] neai 

Pi Inceton Junction 

ml BhW Btoi le t, iiwneci and 
i by Wnllare VV 

nditioning 

. quipmeni >>f all kinds, its new 
in be b one-storj 

inder block, with 
md office 

0X80 I ■'■ ■ 'I,' ".. ) '■■, An;;lr.l 

i i .mi i, iptited 

Townr-d Greater Safety, in the 
i>l Hi.. realizaimn Ihot the 

u..i si one*oar automobile I ttalit] 

rd in i tie ''■■ hi' 1 1 H \ u a 

set in New Jersey last week, 

i miii King a safety 
din i bed tow ■ ■ I 
, line ■ hUflren, Mi Eflwart H 

i :.'i'. 'i i ■ .>i the Council of Com- 

milliilv 

committee toi med for the proj- 
ect. 

■ 
ni i he slogan, "the Safesi i ■■. ■ \\n\ 

'. M J in Am.': It ;t." the committee 
of pii- 
\:ii-- and public schools, civic and 
Lance \\ in 
be provided by Patrolman Frank 
I' Bu 'I in COOage Of sal. I J |i,i- 
brol In the borough, and Custave 
Elsenmann, township chief ol po- 
ttos 

All school ■ 111 the Pi Inceton com- 
munity are setting dates for the 
Inspection ol bicycles and regis- 
serial numbei s. 

Rims will be ShOWh dining 
i ni , W bile hooklets, pos- 
— Continued on Page f> 



Alan W. Richards 


PHOTOGRAPHER 


• PASSPORT PICTURES 


(Two-Hour Service) 


• COMMERCIAL WORK 


• CHILDREN'S PORTRAITS 


• WEDDINGS 


• GROUPS 


For Appointment Call 1-1761 



Nassau Tavern Hotel 

For Your Convenience 

Our Meal Hours: 

Luncheon: 12 to 3 

Dinner: 6 to 9:30 

Delicious Meals — Cocktails 



t^etl (O DOMMIUY I $OH 




marches 'em out.,, in stulel 

Parkwa> 
STORE 




Parkway 




>k 



Pure Wool 

TOPCOAT sizes 4 8 years $15 

with hat to match, 
camel, light blue, maize. 

Houndtooth Check 

ETON SUIT 

Blue or Tan 

With SHORTS $13.95 
With LONGIES $16.95 

Jr. Sport Combination 

Blue or Tan CHECK JACKET 

With Suspender Garbardine SLACKS 
$12.95 4 8 Years ■ 

Washable - Orion - Wool 

Suspender SHORTS 

Colorful Checks and Plaids 
$5.95 4-6 Years 

Open, and use today! One of our Extended Charge 
Accounts . . . Good in Both Stores. Plenty of FREE 
PARKING at the PARKWAY BRANCH. 

C^ 1 *°- DoHrUUY t Joh 

Outfitters: Men— Boys ' 

THIRTY- FIVE EAST STATE ST. 

Branch: 9 56 PARKWAY AVE. 

TOMTOM I, N. ). 



. Town Topics. March 29-\pril4. 705.3- 



Washing Machines 



Don't 



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Neglect 

Them ^^ 

Please..^/ 

Thoie pliable, grow- 




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$7.50 

BROPHY'S 



TOPICS OF THE TOWX 

— Continued from Page 4 
ters and other printed information 
will provide facts on safe riding 
and the proper care of 

Serving « ah Mrs. Roberts ore 
Mrs. Stanley Bmoyer, Princeton 
Country Day School; John COD- 
rov. Borough Elementarv 
Mrs Gorton Knox, MEs 
School; Mrs. William KJeinberg, 
Township Schools; Mrs. E. R. Met- 
• Chapln's; Mrs. A. P. Say- 
les, St. Pauls. 

Others aiding with the p 
will be Patrolman John Markuson 
of the borough. Patrolman James 

Rosenberg of the township; Dr. 

William L. Tucker. Chester Stroup 
and Mis. John McAndrews of the 
Council of Community Services. 

£qq Hunts. Ftacaau Aerie 2731 
Fraternal Order of Eagles w la 

hold its annual Easter Egg Hunt 
Saturday at l on the Prlncetoi 
Country Day School grounds. Chil- 
dren up to 14 may take part. Her- 
bert Stout is chairman of the com- 
mit te on arrangements, which has 

set Saturday; April n, as the rail 

date. Tickets may he obtained from 
any member of the lodge. 

The Lions Club will hold its an- 
nual hunt Saturday. April 4, at 
10:30 on the high school athletic 
held, with the following Monday 
and Tuesday the rain dates Pre* 
• ilii.nl I hi miLili I lu' six 1 h ;..'] .ulr in;iv 
take part, with prizes for every 

age teVel and candy eggs for all. 
Gordon Gritting is the committee 

chairman, assisted by Irwin WeiSSj 
Chester Page. John Arrh. a Erli 
Mihan. James Frasei and Charles 
Williams. 

Festival Plans. An Intei nat nnuil 
Doll Parade, in which each child 

■ II tending will enter hei tan - 

doll, will be one of the featurei ol 
the afternoon performance of the 
YWCA's International Festival on 
Saturday, Api ii u. An evening per- 
formance is also planned 61 the 
Princeton High School. 

Among those whose doll collec- 
tions will be shown are Mrs. W. P. 
Fenn, Mrs, Gordon Dyke and >n ■■ - 
Martin Mitchell. David Si 
—Continued on Page 6 



HAROLD A. PEARSON 



Telephone 0713 



Srtiu.TvUle Read 




LOANS MADE 



®. 



10ANS -•?££ 

-J up to *500 




George C. Alexander 

Announce;. !he Opening of a Shop for 

FINE WOODWORKING OF ALL KINDS 

Furniture, statna* Walla, Furniture Helmut, 

Huilt-Iio. DeMitm-tl loul M»Mle F&t-paired mid RaflnldKOV 

To ftnj Speolfloationa itea <>n Requaal 

Look for Our Si^n on tin- Somervillc Koad 
The Former FretTMai^ Plate 

Telephone in:; 



EASTER Means HAM . . . HAM Means FERRIS . . . 
FERRIS SMOKED HAMS Are at LYONS 

Hkkory Smoked Hams Hicl(or Y Smoked Bat0 " 






a,am teffcsl 1 




•^20^-^mr\ 




-#..*.., sr m .t./^ J 




and 


Hickory 


Smoked jj 


Tongues and 


Sm'ofc 


id Butts 



Canned In Four Sizes 
Plus a Complete Line of Stahl and Meyers Luncheon Meats 



Sold Exclusively by 

LYONS MARKET 

Free Delivery Twice Daily 
8 NASSAU STREET TELEPHONE 0089 or 2488 



. Town Topics. Mar, k 2'JApril4.JVJJ^ 



(Oliilitartrij 



Mrt. Huldah Overton .,1 28 l.'.H' 

Fli i Baptlil Church. '• 

a daughter, a fon and tin- 

,.| .1! ih" 

Frank Ruberto. 11, "I 

I 

berf R to, 1 tvo broti 

latei 

TOPICS OF THE TOWN 

ted from Pages 
i,.-, 1 Barrel] ".1" 

Mill HUP] ' ' " " 

,|| 1 I,' I. ,1 

' 

■ program tealun 

,,, |udi an tppi ai ani e oy Lt 

, 

Atiyeh prol ,1 arl 

i ,1, A an Ballet I . 

Mi] ; , Glbl ■ "«i 'i" '■■<■ " ! 

.1 I ,,IH( ■ ii ill.,, 

; I Grfl I. niiri 

lei tlone and the 1 oloi 

ml Maypole !>«,«•■ will ..1 be In 
in 1. 1' ii.- 1 I iin ■ limnx. 

Flower Sale. The Itiihan-Amei I- 

Spori men'i ''i"i> ol ■ hli 1 

in Ident, win hold 

,,,, 1 ,, 1, , ]•„ I,, in Flowi 1 Sale 

1 Salui 'I,- I 1 unnlni 

1 April 1, ah vim, m -.I 

potted Mowers may h. ordered roi 
■ Ithln 24 i' ' 

,l,. ,i advi in in::. I'. ii" IB, foi l"H 

detail! 

i i plannlns ne« head- 



Ticket Sale Priies. Tin Col 

inly I'l.i , ' hi, iinii il :i 

prize ni *r> to anyone hi yt ai ol 

ak, or youngei w I Hi I hi lar| 

eel i ibei ol tlokel to "The 

Magic Apple " The lui 

, in , -I April 'i in McCartei 

i heatre by Mm- Junior Playeri in 
, onjuni lion w iiii Hie Pi Ince 

r ,ii, ■ oclet; ' il"' La. I in the 

current n rl Chlldn 11 1 E 1 

l.iiniii, in 

: I $;t and 

s" Mill ..I'- I- -Hi i- 'l "I 11 

1. 1 Full detail) "'.": 1 ' obi 1 

u.,,1 Pooli . 1 Mi in 
dei Streel 11 0694! 

School ReporU. Mis 

, 1 1 reported < "heal 1 

lltloi ill 
it, .,].,] ,,i it, . mi, 11. ,1 meeting hi 
month by treoi urei Clarence Rode 

.M 1 ' I"' "HI hi'." 'I '.ills 

I I': Id 

1 l . 1 1 1 . , ■ 1 1 ."in, ,iii. hi in Hi" in Inclpal, 
\h 1 mian 

mi vim' iiii" 1- 1 Idem ni 

in 1 r ini, nil ..I 

mil, 'i memben are Peter Putnam, 



LAWN HUNGRY? 



• Afjrico • f ■nun 

# Importrd Peat Mott 

• ScoU'i Turf Builder- & Sect 





FLOWER SHRUBS 




AND TREES 


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r. , baelltd all 1! DUI Ift] | 1 d 



H0 \fc, 



ident; Mrv Peter M.ller, 
Clarence RodMHd, 
Peter Cook. Gerald 

11 Seymour Mom 

Aaron and Chris- 
-flgers. 

I 1'Iand has been 
ii.tirman of the Parents 
t.f UU '"'■ 

ativc Nursery 
.1 O. Ed- 






t-chali 



Mi 



William Baumol, secretary; Louis 

on Road. 

■ 

■ 1 - ■ m.i its 40 

t«. 1 Children 

1 1 faculty 01 »<i- 

thfl I'ni- 

I.. . 1 h 

■ Ian <3673-R.) 
Miscellany. The borough's annual 

■ h.-i been s<-i to 

,.] 1 1 1 "■; All ti-i li 

ntainei and lefl .'ii ""■ 

1 until that 

1 inn 1 ■ ldi ni an -1 ked not ' to 

ii >,s into 

ilation "f the law. 

Bennel Kuin^y. 

i i.ii Ri earch ( tento r; Mi and 

Mrs, Maurice Healy, Kingston 
;,r.fl Mrs .In, in -I. Flsh- 

Street, are the par- 
1 lontlnued on Page 7 

TOE BEST NUMBER tor results In 
classified advertising Is 4272. The best 
proof is the number of ads running 



4272; or leave 
Sirrct or Hlnkl 
line. Tuesday 




//a^away iSm/iib- 



For Quality and Distinction 

Fine British Worsted Suits 
Irish Moygashel Linen Coats 
Macintosh and Burberry Raincoats 
Handwoven Shetland Sport Coats 
Aertex Polo Shirts 
Pickwick Waistcoats 



S3 PALMER SQUARE 



TELEPHONE 4061 



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A wide selection ranging in price from $1.49 to $2.98 a yard 

ml Ifc^sri , 

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WOMAN'S HOMECOMPANION Home Decora- ( F* . 

non Ed.'cr EMsbrtl, U.lttie.i keloi voo . "^ 

l.ild ton «oom Sterne A.o.nd » Ikeme- ' • - 



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in American art for jour home 

fabrics 

HI -Ii. M 11 BY OUR GREATEST LIVING PAINTERS 

NASSAU INTERIORS 







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. Town Topics. March 29-April-t. 19S3. 



TOPICS OF THE TOW1S 

— Continued from Page 6 
ents of daughters. A son was born 
indj Mrs. Oliver K Smith. 
Z28-C Marshal] Street. 

Company L, Princeton's ' 
Guard unit, will hold a dance Sat- 
urday night from 9 to 1 to mark 
the fifth anniversary of its reacti- 
vation. The affair will take place 
at the River Road Armory. Ser- 
geant S. L. DiDonato heads the 
committee, assisted by Lieutenant 
John Fritz, Corporal Samuel Lisi. 
Sergeants Henry Freda. Michael 
Lisi. Samuel Nini and Albert Pe- 

Charles W. Robinson Post No. 
21S. American Legion, will move 
its headquarters on April 14 to the 
Elks* home on Birch Avenue The 
post has been meeting at Douglas 
Hall on Witherspoon Street. 



The Princeton Garden Club has 

written I : .lies ;n 

Montgomery a n d Hill si 

- 

menl of a quarry in Som- 

sota Min- 

ManufacturJng Company. 

The club (which wBt active in the 

19-17 campaign to keep the National 

Dairy Co. from establishing a 

model farm in Lawrence Town- 

- thai "insofai as 
sistent with normal growth, the 
ricultu rI asp ■ I of our 
pari of New Jersey should be main- 
tained." 



Neil Volweider, a membei 

■ 
by thi Firs! Presbyterian Church, 
■ reviewed ;mri approved by 
the Eagle Board of Review. His 
scoutmaster is Manfred Piper. Par- 
ticipating in the review were Wil- 



liam Firth, Eric Nelson. Waltei 

David Sidford, F 
Darke and W Landon Dennison, 

Alfred Hess of TrentOl 
spealt Fi ■ 

meeting il Nassau Street 

ol Pubfic 
1 1,. 
Trenton Chamber ol Co 
man ol the Trento 
mlttee New ruembei s will 
be initiated at 7:30 and 
menls will be served ;il the end ol 
the evening. 



i ode "-■" 220 ] Hugh 
i. . • ol Si otia, « 11 meet I i 
S in the odd Fellows' roi 
Withei spoon Si i eel « ith Chief 
Daughter Blizabei h Snedden pi i 
siding. The lniti:m. .n .■. . . , . 
will be w itnessi d bj I Irand Chiel 
Daughtei i ieoi g'na i iormlej and 
—Continued on Page 9 




Mail and Telephone 
Inswerillg Service 

Bur-Wick's 
Secretarial Services 



■ Prompt, Efficient Service 

taking Travel Reservation! 

CALL THE PRINCETON 

TRAVEL BUREAU 

Telephone 120 




WITH A PURPOSE 

Now recognize a true "original" in automotive 
styling. . .with a sleek continental flair that drops 
ra§ a hint of surging V-8 power and flashing perform- 
ance. Here is beauty with a purpose . . . graceful in 
every contour, generous in roominess and riding 

comfort. Here is beauty that brings with it a thrilling new sense of 

road mastery and control. 





S3 



all new 

Power Packed Beauty 



Dodge 



V- Eight or Six 



ARTHUR J. TURNEY MOTOR CO. • 255 Nassay Street 



Telephone 2070 or 2388 



Princeton, N. J. 



Town Topics,March29-April4,1953. 



Hifh 


ad In 

l ItMfl 


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PRINCETON 
7 Palmer 


Ml sl< 

S.piare 


I 1 \1 IK 
W.sl 



PEACOCK INN 

20 Bayard Lane 

• 

Warm Hospitality 
nnd Prliriotis 
Honif t'.otiking 

• 

PEACOCK ALLEY 



E. C. NAYLOR 

Painting 

and 

Decorating 

Tel. Lambertville 888 



WEEKEND SPECIALS 

(Thins . Friday and Sat.) 

BOVINOS 

LEIGH AVE. AT JOHN ST. 
TELEPHONE 1855 
Free Delivery Dally 



SNOW CROP 
FROZEN FOOD 

Bonnec Steaks pkg. 49c 

Mixed Vegetable! (B.C.) 

2 pkgi 39c 
Broccoli 2 pkgt. 53c 

Pen 2 pkgi. 39c 

Perch and Cod 1 lb. pkg. 33c 

FRESH MEATS 
AND POULTRY 

Rib Roast of Beet 

iChoicel lb. »9c 

Freshly Ground Beet 

IAII BecO lb. 46e 

Oriole Bacon lb. 57c 

Smoked Hami (Swift's 

Premium! Shank End lb. 59c 
Svvilt'i Premium Frank. 

lurtan (cello, pkg.l lb. 49c 

Smoked Beef Tongues 

(Swift's Premium! lb. 59c 

Scrapple (Oscar Mayer! 

(cello, pkg.) lb. 23c 

Home Style Sausage lb. 49c 

Breast Lamb lb. 19c 

Frying Chickens 

(3-3' : lb. av.l lb. 39c 

GROCERIES 



.'i, 



2 cans 25c 
Coffee (Blue Banner) lb. 79c 

Steak Sauce (Derby's) 8 oz. 10c 
Hard Sauce (Crosse 4 



irs \ew to us 

—Continued from Page 3 

f — d). turned lo 
wi-Krfl'A'.ikiriK tMCMiae he wanted to 
On Efcal oil tMflfl n.oif than any- 
■ 
the cart-fully rUbt> 
table, Uu intu- 
inRk of a ttny box, find tho invisible 
■ ii mffld a hurartM chair. 
Dill and a*k him about 
>oui npxt fumiture probl- , 

(01 hiKh- 
■ A vmall llgfl m 

front o. Ihe white house will tell 
en i" ■-«"]< (The U 

in 4422.) 

Suited to Spring. Bohb- 

Weathei - ,r, y v oXi 

my ktnd of wtathei real 

may you — nt The 
i 63 Palmer Square Went. 

■ ■ 

i.. and ■ ■ ■■■'" all 

■, Mimi and buttoni backed « i'h 

,i u lioUg belong 

tool the ■•• 

Bobby Brool are only 517.95. 

a white with navy n] the 

D piplne 

.., id.' aoasevna- 

■■ nt. jusi enough 

i apart 1] 

the fleet. Or ti 
bhu ■ h h ■■ Mfe out* i" . oi 
1 1 black. 

n yuii want ;i dressed-up suit, 

h.. ■■ about i '■'•'■ wool? Or Forst- 
! ■ iih .i detachable 

.1 ' This one is $75. 
i ill and •'■r , y slim could 

ackei llai le - 

I, ei pearl buttons, 

i man-l lloi ed shirt 
n Rene ol Switzei land 13 

1 and cotton boucle, 
v. .. habli . ■■■■ Ith llttle-glrl collar and 

$4.95. 

On the dress rack, we liked a 
pune tli ith in deep brown, with 

■ ttei I alo, ol 

iU Hum- ., p-azlng on the 111 race 

1 oi . ti 1 bad for silk. 

sku ie has heavy on Joan's 
, . 1 1 i 1., . 1 bite Is a wrinkle re- 
r lam |ob that coajd travel any- 

e drama, look at a 

i'... tton ■ sthered Into a bfh 

with Kelly green and white fish. 

Some Goat. Bombard Altmann 

1 .1 ave oome from pasture 

1 gaud summer home 

at Clayton's, 17 Palmer Square 

w 1 iai iim 1 edlbli . u hal a goat can 

turn out This.' swe**BW, ranping 
titnn S22JCJ to S80, ate loft as 
1 1 inn- Tht-y have such rea- 

iiu 1 i.i.ii 1.1 :i kind of inlaid 

knit-work and petal collars that 
opejB iikr a flower or dose like B 
bud. 

Blue and white Intarsia decot - 

natural Sweater and white 

mm v up h Bjaay. These are short- 
pullovers, Witt fhe design 
knit down Ihe front, 01 spm ad 
,..■]. 1 Hi- ><>kr like the charcoal 
fein on ;i grej sweater Lots more 
color combinations and designs — 
we hmven't room fn ihem all. 



Blackwell) 


8 oi. 49c 


Stuffed Olives (2 oi 


1 2 bots. 35c 


Tomato Juice (Hun 


t's) 


(13'i ois.) 


2 cans 19c 


Grapefruit Sections 


(CAB) 




2 cans 43c 


Garbage Bags 


Ig. pkg. 25c 


FRESH VEGETABLES 


AND FRUITS 


Celery Heart, 


bun. 19c 


Potatoes (Maine) 


5 lbs. 35c 


Cooking Apples 


2 lbs. 29c 


Cabbage (Ntw] 


3 lbs. 23c 


Anjou Pears 


3 for 29c 


Grapefruit (Seedles 


,) 3 lor 25c 


Oranges (Indian Ri 


>erl dol. 35c 


New Potatoes 


5 lbs. 25c 


Corn 


4 for 25c 


Red Onions 


lb. 25c 



Plait 






colors this spring: flame, a lovely 
deep comflowej blue, Sandringhan, 
loqua with a positive accent) and a 
psle yellow. Long-sleeved cardigans 
in this collection, too. 

Fteur de Li*. The most Parisinn- 

looklng hats you could Imagine arc 

now nt The French Shop— what 
betted plaoa? The variety is quite 
BStonMilng you'll find something 
to suit your suit whether you're 

in. in. nn, ei ni,iii;iniuiM-'llt\ A flow ■ 

cample, in purple, 

white oi pink ft Ith B ■-mall nose 

veil maybe that's the one. Or try 

a pale pink straw cap with braid- 

I scoop iii ft hlte straw, brim 

lined with na\ y a Ivet. 

Rough straws come in red. navy, 

and o handsome beige with blnck. 

One h*i Is matte of straw in a kind 
I >i»*si|!ii PrVti looks like lit - 

tie anagflee, hui ■- aqjaiattj Quite 

debonair. 

^^ .■.!■> tapper? in this sb. >i> aie 

foi mal. Wc found a regal cham- 

■■ : t'd wool with pearl 

i mimed on cuffs and collai 

i bounds- 

tooth (babj teeth*, gentle tweeds, 
oi ;. black, yellow and white tweed 
v ith g) ay feeing. 
u hlte -ii lew i b j 

- single or quintuple strand heads. 

lata, some with rhini 
in between Gold gleams In a white 
bead bracelet, and adds sparkle to 
tea lilies 



Suggestions For Spring Fashions 

Toppers for Spring. 

A complete line of dresses in all colors. 

Flex-Step shoes in all colors. 

A complete line for children for Spring. 

W0LMAN S DEPARTMENT STORE 



25 Witherspoon Street 



Telephone 1-0649 



Celebrates Spring 

Pr l ton's moil complete line of HERBS AND SPICES 

. . the perfect sprint: bouquet to add panache to salads 
and eaaweroles. 

BASKETS In Hi'' bushel to herald Easier and inspire 
spring pielliekitlK. 
COt hTAII. eoineslihles In toast Ihe season. 

HOI RS: 9.30 A. M. TO SsJ3 P. M. 
1811 NASSAU STREET TELEPHONE l-lt'27 



Shirt-shopping wives 

ask us for 
ARROW WHITES 

FOR THESE GOOD REASONS: 






Arrow White Shirts $2.95 up 

Also by Arrow: 

• SPORT SHIRTS • NECKWEAR 

• HANDKERCHIEFS • SHORTS 

A Well-Known National Name Now 
Available at a Well-Knoun Princeton Name 

W. H. LAHEY 



150 Nassau St. 



Opposite Firestone Libr 



: 7W/i Topics, March 2<>-\prii4. 1953. 



HMa, H.isifrj. Lingeri.- Glorea, 

Coitnme Jewelry 
THE BETTY H RIGHT STORK 
Formerly Little Has] 

2*0 Nassau ^Street 



For 

Wallpapering and Painting 
Call 

H. A. BURGER & SONS 

217 Nassau Street, Tel. 449 



EXCELLENT PMOTOGP 
IS OUR BUSINESS 



CLEAROSE STUDIO 



Wallpapers by the 
THOUSANDS 

Morris Maple & Son 

Wallpaper Center 

of Princeton 

SOI Nassau St. Tel. 0058 



ft# 



t*tfa 



MENS SHOP, 



OF PRINCET 



30 Witherspoon St. Phone 1-1349 



Handmade 
BLOUSES 



Nylon Georgette 



Elise Goupil 



217 Nassau Street Phone 34«G 



THE TOWN SHOP 

12 Nassau Street 




LINENS — GIFTS 

DECORATIVE ACCESSORIES 

"A Shop of Choice Things" 



TOPICS OF THE TOWS 

— Continued from Pag* 7 

rielegn lions from several nearby 



Members and guests ot the Town 
Club will see a coloi 
Thursday ni^ht at S at the Wither- 
v with Rolf Peter a? nar- 
rator. Refreshments and dancing 
will follow. 

The Ladies Aid Society of the 
Witherspoon Presbyterian Church 
will hold an open house Sunday 
from 3:30 to 7 at the pariah house 

Samuel Floyd of Trenton will give 
excerpts at 4 o'clock from "God'.s 
Trombones," a collection of ser- 
mons in verse form, and the Rev. 
Benjamin J. Anderson, the pastor, 
will sing. 



staff of the Princeton 
Playgrounds Committo e. Mrs. 
Charles W. Link, personnel chair- 
man, has announced. Positions are 
open as playground Instructors, 
wading pool supervisors and assist- 
ant supervisors. Application blanks 
may be obtained through Mrs. Link 
at 7 Chambers Terrace. Joseph W. 
Miller, Jr. is head of the Play- 
grounds Committee, which is plan- 
ning another eight-week senson this 



A Science Fair will be staged 
Friday night at the Valley Road 
School at 7:30, with Mrs. Mary Bal- 
lard, school science teacher, in 
charge. The exhibits, which will be 
judged for entry in the Greater 
Trenton Science Fair, will be open 
to t lie public. 

Princeton High School Is plan- 
ning "Carousel" for production on 
April 30, May 1 and 2. Thomas Hil- 
bish will direct, while cast mem- 
bers are Sandra Dinsmore. Polly 
Fleming, Jean Smith, Anneliese 
Km-/. Vivian Wright. Janet Dyer. 
Richard Buxton, Robert Thomas. 
Carol Search, Lois Buriill. Donald 
Smith, James Kuist and John Kay. 

Lawrence W. Friel, Jr., 37 Hum- 
bert Street, received a bachelor of 
science degree from Ohio State 
University at commencement exer- 
cises on Friday. 

Norman Frederiksen. director of 
the counseling service at Princeton 
University, will attend the conven- 
tion of the American Personnel 
and Guidance Association in Chi- 
cago next week and will serve as a 
consultant at one of the panel dis- 

Harland W. Hoisington. Jr, will 
represent the Princeton chapter at 
the annual state assembly of Unit- 
ed World Federalists of New Jer- 
sey in New Brunswick Saturday. 

Irwin W. Weiss, Princeton High 
School coach, served as track chair- 
man at the annual clinic for coach- 
es in the sport in New York last 
weekend 

In response to a survey it con- 
ducted, the YMCA reports l hat it 
Princeton business firms were 
given the choice of hiring a "very 
suitable and clearly more capable 
Negro" over a "fairly suitable and 
capable white person." the Negro 
would be offered the position on 
about a 2 to 1 ratio. The YW also 
reports that of 350 places of busl. 
ness questioned, 39 replied that 
they either employ Negroes now or 
have in the past, as compared to 
20 who have never had a Negro 
employee. Ten of the latter re. 
ported Negroes have never applied 



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• BUDGET TERMS • AMPLE PARKING 

• Open Daily 10:00 'til 5:30 

• Open Evenings Mon., Wed. 4 Thurs. 'til 9 P. M. 

Associated with Hoagland and Hollins of Trenton 



FOR EASTER 

Wide Selection of 

CANDIES and NOVELTIES 



SCHAFER S MARKET 



Telephone 075S 



EASTER CANDIES 

WIUE SELECTION NOW! 

Imported and Domestic Novelties • Baskets 

Eggs of All Sizes - Panorama Eggs - Pure Jelly Beans 

Musical Lambs and Rabbits . . . and of course 

Whitman's Samplers and Fanny Farmer 

Box Chocolates and Eggs 

VIEDT'S 

110 Nassau Street 





calling all growing feet... 

come in 

for a 

size 

check-up! 



You can't judge a shoe by 

its tooks! It may be "still good" on 

the outside ... but pinching 

toes on the inside. 

Although Stride Rites are 

made with extra 

room for normal growth, 

even they may be 

outgrown before they're 

outworn. Don't take 

chances! Bring your 

child in for a free size 

check-up. If he needs 

new Stride Rites ... we 

have 'em. If he 

doesn't, we'll say so. 

(6.50 to $7.50 



According To Size 



HULIT'S 



9-3:80, Including Wednesday 
140 NASSAU STREET 



Fridays Until 9 P. M. 

TELEPHONE 1952 



. Town Topics. March 29April4, 1933 . 



WANTED Secretary 



■ 



FOB SALE I-irge 



PENNINGTON Thr. 



AVOID THI 

tonally »<lvertl»ed Parr 

Plan, vi" 



V 7B rpm t-hanieer ntr§*.ti 
ionic i-aw I 

* lo Bach for »aie. 50c s 

William*, lei 1-0362-J 



I.OOK YOUR BEST ten Ipfl 

long laitlm; natal 

,,.,■..1.1. < .,i.{ . ', 

KerngciH- 

ESTHER'S BEAUTY SALON 

176 Na»»au Si Telephone 1-0078 

PORSYTHIA: Spring C\m 



U 

■!■ .i Api itn 



i i MMW2-M. 



■ i i ..i ■ 
OF EXiMN .i I 

IN USED CARS 

IB 12 Plj mouth I i ii I foui doo 

dan. Ona ov m i . t' ti ft] month 
old. ntv i bi Kuoi antai tfu I be 
■eeit lu apprai lata 

d tow d i torn ■■■ l ■ 

■■ 

Pord ■ oni bi I 

IP40 Bull i. Iv b 'i .i'ii. .ii 

Warn n in ■' i ■ ■ ■ ■ i i 

to en ■ i i ii run 

QHSGOB. BI l\ 



DUSTERS 

Fully Lined 
Cravanetted 



Jnau 

63 Palmer Squa 



Either Full or Pari Time 

Good Salary — Pttasai 

Conditions 



Pi tni etoi Mo pll i 



FOR THE FINEST in danceable muiic 

i affair, contact The 

Princeton University Dance Band. 
Stocker and hU orchestra. Thi- 



ol c i«) [[ .. features 



. Tel. 1-2133-R. 3-IWf 



14.30 and tt.50 Hose- 



i i irkot, Alex- 



■ ' I ' HETARY 



il buj 10 Uned Car: 
GERBER CHEVROLET 



EMMAS LUNCHEONETTE and Pastry 
Shop, 8 Birch Avenue Meals served 
dailv from 8 a.m. lot pn 

I p.m. to 8 p.m. Orders by 
telephone 2574-M. 

FOR RENT. WESTERN SECTION. In- 

tn with fireplace, dinine room 
ulth firepUce. kitchen and la ratOT) 

.jthi. 5175 

COOK. REALTOR 
190 NaKMU Street Phone 1-0322 



floor, three bedrooms and tde bath 
Old Screened breeze vi ay and 
attached garage. $19,500. Consult 

COOK. REALTOR 



WHILE NEW ADVERTISING can be 
accepted through Tuesday. MONDAY 
i the laat day on which classified ad3 
already Inserted can be changed or 
cancelled TOWN TOPICS. 4 Mercer 
St. Tel. 4272. 



' ,1 ;..'■ N,. '..in Si 



PRINCETON TOWNSHIP 



[•tone terrace Large 
IIB.000. 

-KIM. MAN A SKILLMAN 



LSED MOWERS WANTF.D 



i ip ,>i loej paid 



■ iNl \ In youi pocket to read 
. ic BdvertiiementB In town topics. 

I ' i.i--. Is to II i ipe- 

. ach weeK U\ the dis- 






koh sale Frame houa lountrj 

a -I i ■■ in in ■ room, dining room, 
i it, hon, "in i ■■ bedrooms and bjih. 

h i ■■ ""■ I hi .,! I ■■ ■■ H i>- ,.| 

I. .ml $14. mm Tel IV W. ,,i,l. , R tJ | 
i | .i. i. : 081 ; 

\ ' Vli Vim , ,,,i liMW ti. 111. •.!.,! 

■ Iht i.i ,,i 1B3S Bull k h Kite 

I'll" HI' I ll.Mt. I IN, lIl.lllRjIh 

im -client Inil-h Hi. Ii. .1.1 Wii- 

1 ■>■ "" ' i hi 6 p.m. 



FOR rent Bright, shlnj ne\s, 
house, spacious living room, 
kitchen, three large bed 



nd bath. $150 per monti 



COOK. REALTOR 



190 Nassau Street 



•' > i.inn' ,,n iiu- sales slip and 

it in our ballot box We'll award 

ondei nil 25 pound egg to Hie # In- 

Thoine the 
■•■ Nassau Street. 




EXPERT 

RESTORATION 

OF 

OIL 

PAINTINGS 



^^^^^T^^ 



WANTED 

Gardening and landscaping. Ex 

perienced gardens l. 

elude grass cutting, pri 

planting. 

Telephone S4S&B 



itg 



EM ENS & McVAUGH 

Plumbing and Heating 



FOR SALE 

fnn\enientl> located brick 

home, western section. Three 
bedroom*, two bath's on seoc 
floor; two bedroorm. bath 
third floor. Two-car unrag**. At- 
tractive grounds. ' $48,000. 

PEG WANGLER 



FOUNTAIN SERVICE 

Located in the Heart 

of the 

Shopping District 

ANDYS DINER 

17S NASSAU STREET 

Open 7 V M. to 12 Midnight 

Daily — Sat. to ". A. M. 

Closed Sunday 




FOR SALE 



With possession 01 
tint area, 11.B00 squar 
ing theron, one-car ki 

illll.-lir kjtftl.il.'ltr. ti 



or about September 1, Township residen- 
feet of land, with one-story frame dwell- 
age attached. Living room with fire place, 
o bedrooms, hath, large attic, gas heat, 



well insulated, taves less than S'-'OO. Inspection by appointment 






O. H. HUBBARD AGENCY 



14? NASSAU STREET 



TELEPHONE 0410 



ROSEDALE 
GARDEN 
MARKET 




The "Up-to-the-Mlnute" Store 

Real Help in Your Gardening Problems! 

LOFT'S HORMONE TREATED SEEDS 
AGRICO • AGRINITE - ESPOMA - FARMANURE 
DORMANT ROSES— Waxed and Peat Moss Packed 
NURSERY STOCK OF ALL KINDS 

Drive In and Look Around . . .! 

.4// plants guaranteed to contain chlorophyll 



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(Leautifrd 



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TRENTON, N. J. 



. Town Topics, March 29- April 1. 1 953 - 



10 



FOR SALE 1937 LaSalle tour-pa: 
"" :nt mechanic; 
Good value , 



JUNGLE GYM WANTED v 
swing Tel. 1-3901 or vvn 



303. after 5. 2826-R 



FOR SALE Spacious Sink. whit. 
el o-.er cast iron, lour d, 'at ei 
, ft re(nt(crat..! 



playhouse Tel 4075-W 



EASTER HAM' 



This is cooked s 



II. Our regula 



ROSEDALE. INC. 

! Alexander St. Tel. 0135 

3-29-21 





:D TO RENT: One room apaM- 








r unfurnished, bv sinsle *irt 


Pk.i 


t call 1-1274-M after 5 p.m. and 






gme 





SOUTH BRANCH: Beautiful Col- 
Home completely restored Living 
room, beamed celling, fireplace, din- 
ing room, powder room. All electric 
kitchen, five large bedrooms, three 
baths, two-car garage. Nice barns. 
K0.000. 

FLOYD S. CLARK AGENCY 

701 Lee Ave., New Brunswick. N' J 

Tel. Kilmer 5-2211 

Call Mrs. Norton. Belle Mead 750. 

EVA M. REDDING 

EMPLOYMENT AGENCY 

43 Witherspoon Stree' 

Telephone 1-2097 

TOWN SAW SHOP 
Tulane Street — Tel. 15*5 
Power and hand lawn mower? 
sharpened. Picked up and delivered. 
We fix everything under the sun. 
Open evenings - all day Friday and 
Saturday. 3-15-tt 

CLERK-BOOKKEEPER 
2 lo 3 years experience desired; 5- 
day week, Mon.-Prl., Company bene- 
fits included. Apply Personnel of- 
fice, Mon.-Frl„ 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.. or 
by appointment. 

HEYDEN- CHEMICAL CORP. 
Princeton 



MEN WANTED 



Rotating shift: 
Company benefits include: G 
surance, hospital] 
plan and paid vacations. Apply Pe 
sonnet Department, Monday-Frida 



YDEN CHEMICAL CORP 

Princeton 

Tel. Princeton 1-3300 



ARE YOU INTERESTED 
IN SENDING YOUR YOUNG SON 
ON AN EDUCATIONAL TOL'R 
TSv'j male teachers have organized 
a trip by bus through the east and 
midwest. Points of interest will in- 
clude: Washington, D. C. (historical 
shrines and government bureaus). 
Shenandoah National Park (Luray 
and Endless Caverns), Great Smoky 
Mountain National Park. Mammoth 
Cave National Park. Lincoln's birth- 
place, a major-league ball game, 
industrial plants, Niagara Falls and 
baseball's "Hall of Fame." Group 
will depart from Princeton June 29 
and return July 18. For a brochure 
of complete details, call Princeton 
I-3310-R or Lawrenceville 219-J 
APPLICATIONS CLOSE APRIL 15 



WE SERVE EXPERTS 

PRINCETON TYPEWRITERS 

Repairs on all makes of typeuntei 

and adding machines. Free uitk-u 

and delivery. 

Tel. Princeton 1-2652-J 

Monmouth Jet. 7-538: 

WHO WANTS A TAFFY, yellow, ki 
with blue eyes for Easter! Se 
weeks old. male. Housebroke;i . F 



.948 FORD STATION WAGON, in «... 
OOmtiUon, [oi 5«1« R-.tlm and tWMta 

■ 

after 5:30 p fit 

FOR RENT Sunny room averlookii 
garden, .-.male ui double, men pref* 
red. Avattablt 
3300-8. 

FOR SALE 

Eveellent location m oorou*h. small 
new Cape Cod house on three levels. 
$32,500, 

Apply 

LAWRENCE NORR1S 
32 Ch.imbei •. St Telephone 14l(i 



Housekeeping optional. APARTMENT FOR RENT: Three 



TINY TOT NVRSERY 
CHILD CARE 

Jy the Hour. Day or Week 

Telephone 3468J 

3-1-tf 




Sunday Wilton 7-7208 



ROOM FOR RENT ' 



St. Call 2329-M ; 



OTHER CLASSIFIEDS 
ON PAGES 18 and 19 

LOTS FOR SALE 
PRINCETON 
Morgan Place: Four lots. 70" 



Sl.f 



Priced from 



H DRAINE CO 

Real Estate - Insurance 

18 Willow Road. Lawreiuev.il.', N .1 

Tel. Law. 33 

3-SI-tf 



FOR SALE: Two houses 
Road. Priced for quick 



30 



TRADED FOR THE FAMOUS 
DODGE RED RAM V-8 

For your convenience our show- 
rooms are open until 9:30 p.m. 
CHECK THESE BEFORE YOU BUY 

Late-Model Dodge Trade-ins 
'43 Dodge coupe, black 
'46 Dodge 4-door sedan, green 
'51 Plymouth club coupe, green 
•47 Plymouth 2-door. black 
*4fi Plymouth 2-door. beige 
*51 Chevrolet 9-pass. carryall, green 
'59 Buick 4-door. R&H. green 
'4tf Buick Super 4-door, red 
'50 GMC 'j-ton pick-up, green 

EXECUTIVE'S CAR 
1353 Dodge Diplomat, two-tone 
green, continental rear, radio 

Many Others 

TURNEY MOTOR CO. 

255 Nassau St. Tel. 2070 



FRF 






13 



doors north ol Lahiere's Restauran 



Wiihei -poon St., ground floor, 

' Lahiere's Resta 

(if street. Snei Kih'inj; 

ring In all 

waving and I 

permanent n 

dyine specialist, hall i 



anches: 

chiiit-le-s. iKo (.old permanent 
■clalist. hail 
scissor cutti 



NEED A CAR? 

Rent one for as long as j 
It— by the hour, day or w 
complete details, call 



MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS now 
for use of Avalon. Meetings, dinners, 
receptions and dances. Tel. 3181-W, 
Princeton Community Players. 



Bred and Fed at 

BROOKS ORCHARDS 

Moorestown, N J 

Sides delivered for WTAppil 

ROSEDALE. INC 

262 Alexander Street 

Tel. 0135 



Weatherstripping 



GORDON H. WARE 



. oomplotal) (UrnUdwd \ 

and lefricerator. Gar 



mile? from Pi nuvlmi, nc.ii 

bur*. Call BopswcU 1HM (or in- 

BICYCLE WANTED, girl's 30 i .,n 
Hopewell 176-W 

WANTED TO BUY; Girl's English It) 



Personnel Depl . 

CLERK • TYPIST 

for accounting depai tmen 
typing cxper.e 



Princeton 25t>0, 



HOLEMAN BROTHERS. BUILC 
Alterations, repairs Quality wort 
ship guaranteed. Tel. Hopewel 
Trenton 5-5332 nr Trenton 8-0190. 

WANTED: Days work, ear' 



**eASTa?wMY 

li<w Mwmi m 




com in ano jee mew 
<&r 

Stone-Wald's 

Princeton Gift Shop 

Fommty tmtUf 

13 Palmer Square West 

Open Friday Evenings 




Terry McQuade 
4063 



Union Food Market 

Parade of Values 



451 



PORK 
ROAST 
Groceries 

APPLESAUCE l»c 

Gold Medal Flour 5-Ufc 48c 

Bonita 3 85c 

PEACH Preserves 2Sc 

Grapefruit Sections, 
8-oz 3 29c 



BACON lb. 43c 

Ground Beef lb. 49c 

Boiled Ham lb. 29c 

Stew Lamb lb. 25c 



For Easter Delivery 

TURKEYS lb 53< 

HAM lb 69c 

Black Hawk 
Order Now! 



Frozen Foods 



Fordhook Limas 28c Cod Fillets 35c 

Melon Balls 47c String Beans 21c 



203-205 Witherspoon St. 
Free Parking 



Call 2334—2335 
FREE— Fast Delivery 



. Touni Topirs. March 29-.\pril4,1953 _ 



// 



WILD BIRO FEE'3 
AND FEEDERS 

Princeton Pet Shop 

(Formerly "The Hydrant. Ioc."> 
6 Chamber. St. — Tel. 22W 



DR. LEON C. NUROCX 

OPTOMETRIST 

Eyes Examined 

tf/t Chambere St. — Tel 9'» 



prescription* 

wilcox'i 

20 nossau street 

telephone 0255 



Princeton's First and 
Finest Drv Cleaner 




THE WATCH SHOP 

•io Nairn si 

• 

NKW HOURS 

H::ki to 5:30 DAILY 

• 
WATCHES . < i - 

JEW! | 

SKILLFULLY HEPAIRED 

Mi Work Guaranteed 
Telephone 136 



MARY SLEE S 



\ irloriiin Ki'\taurjnt 



I ,unchebn I 

Dlnne 
Sunda} Dinm 

Closed Mondays 
t3B Nassau SI. — Tel. 972 



a/ARTMENT • STME • iAiAtt 
M OTKEI IIKINISS rROPERTY 

install 
p rofitab le 



aal-fffSf 

heating 

J. W. Miller's Sons 

230 Alexander Street 
Telephone 0523 



Calendar of the Week 



"Science Fat 

■ 
Wt-Hciv 



Gradr* I 



through V. Valley 
HIK1 pm WMkb .-.. 

[- -«-i»h Center. Olden A 

Cunitenhelm Public Lecture. 
Theodore von Kurrtun, Scientific 
•forth AtlanIM Treaty 
PliCk Auditorium, Wj 



WILLIAM C. LOWE 




Builder 




rfefl Commercial or IU>idr-ntial ( nn-rtruction 




• ADDITIONS e ALTERATIONS 
O REPAIRS 




K..-.HI.- R»«J THr(mon» 


■imu 



i an 



Sale 



,0 trj riuuiwr, »J Prin„.«- 

Legion; Y.W.CA. 2»2 

■ 

. ' ■ ■ 
Hurl Print etim Country Day School 
U round* 
it .To |) in ■ ■"'■ The 

p Slrnikj Quurtet; McCarter 

9 00 p.m. - Midnight: Square Dance. 
'lip Ladies' AuxtlU" N 

■ No 27:>; benefit 



ophj Campaign: 



■ 
Church. 
45 and 11:00 am MornmK Worship. 

.. | n !'*'•■ Dr John R Bodn. 

ii'. terlan Church 

30 .. in . '"education In Faith," ad« 
drSM b-, Dean J. Douj{Ias Brown: 
7101 

I . ,, ,, |, l,,lv nl Hi.' M.nk.-t Pl.ii:.- ' 

n»-v Mi Richard Pre - 
Fellowship; Avalon, sw Bayard Lane 

00 ■ m ' 'Shouts of Hoaannof", Rev 
Mi Rolind P, Chandler; Princeton 
Baptist Church at Penns Neck. 
"The Prophet From Nazareth." Rev. 

Di William t Parker, Fust Baposi 

' m 

M Jesus Wants, 



D«\ of Decision." RaV Di WU* 
lum 1. Tucker; Second Presbyterian 

Palm Bundaj Revisited." Rev Mr 
Benjamin J Anderson; Wltherspoon 

i nl ei lit; I hapel Service. Rev. Mr. 
John D Widely. Headmaster, The 

i' i. 'i Si 1. Univ.-T .Hv Cli.iix-I 

■ iima. p.iini Bundaj Pro- 



1 hurch. Communion also 

"Jesus Christ is Lord." Re\ Mi 

Milton J Nauss: Lutheran Church 

i.ih 

. ling tor Worship; Stony 



Choir Concert: We I lei ley 



AM - .imii.'l K, .,. i;,v ..,!.,!.- i '],.,, i, I 
1 :30 p.m.: Evensong and Address, Rev 



Bach-'s "The P.i^iun 



Knmmel; First Pi. 



r through Good 

Prldoj Plrsl Baptist Church. 
"Making Chrlsl King," Rev Mr 
Chandler; Princeton Baptist Church 



■..,.:■ 

I ■ U - All,-,'! 

i ■;. !',,-.■ inn Para 



■ 
■ 



i tiurch "i Christ, Scientist 

i. Week Service. 
• i lodo w,ih<-i-.poim Presbyti 



I '■ ,i<, .!..■■ 



Findle\. Mi i ■ 
Frederick H. Nlco 
Auditorium, v. 

Week Si i i Ice Re 



Road School 



1:18 pin. Mul Wiyk Meeting; Fust 
ol Christ, Scientist. 
H..lv Week Service, Rev Mr Bruce 
Mi. it; .in. Witherspuon P1..-1. 

1 burclt 

WcikK Hour ol Pi.,\ei: 

Ml Plagah a. me. Church 

Thursday. April 2d 

Oommuniort; Ti Lnlts 

:h. 
nee ton Public Schools 

■ 



!:30 p.m.: Princet 

Close for Easter Recess 

COO p R1 Communion: 

limn li 

Wlthai 

"The Btrlhdav 

Ml.'-, Ml' 



Churches 

of 1 

Witherspooii Pre^bvtei ian Church 

"The Birthday of the Eucharist. 

Rev Mr Nauss. Lutheran Church 1 



• Linen • Nylon • Silk 

• Rayon • Cotton 

BLOUSES 

B> BRYN MAWR CLASSICS 

H. P. CLAYTON 

"On the Square" Telephone 0086 



Don't interrupt 




. . . daily living or business routine for that sorely 
needed paint job. Do it now with Keystone 
oDORLt'Ss finishes. No unpleasant odor... no 
eyesmart ... no food contamination. They're the 
perfect year 'round finishes for home, business, 
industry and farm. There's a Keystone odorless 
oil base paint, enamel or varnish for every inte- 
rior purpose. 



MORRIS MAPLE & SON 

"Painting the Town Since 1907" 
200 Nassau St. Tel. 0058 





THE ROAD TO 
MUSICAL HAPPINESS 

Learn to Play 

Before 

You Buy! 



The Nassau Music Center has arranged a 
SPECIAL LESSON PLAN for BEGINNERS 

Stop in or Call 4243 Today 

for Full Details at the home of 

fine musical instruments, accessories, sheet music 

and records. 



Nassau Music Center 

242' j Nassau Street Telephone 4243 



12 



. 7'oirii Topics. March 29- April 4, 1953- 



-12 



News of the Theatres 



TO SING HERE TUESDAY 



Gay Minus Gaiety. In violation 
ol the oft-accepted belief that noth- 
ing buf kind words should be writ- 
ten about amateur theatricals in 
the home-town newspaper, 



i the i 



.[■esis 



larh 



that "The Beg- 
Opera" was not a particLi- 
isfying presentation. So 
many individual aspects of the 
Community Players" production by 
John Gay at the McCarter last 
weekend were enjoyable that the 
feeling of disappointment as the 
evening progressed required rather 
thorough examination. The diag- 
nosis revealed a likely cure but in- 
sofar as the two-night stand was 
concerned, it was not forthcoming, 
and the aura of disappointment ac- 
companied the theatre-goer out into 
the early spring evening. 

The play's separate assets were 
not only major but numerous. Fore- 
most among them, possibly, was the 
unusually good job of music direc- 
tion, by Warren Martin and the 
ability of the orchestra, mostly 
strings, assembled under his baton. 
•Noteworthy, too, were the colorful 
a'nd -appealing sets designed by Rob- 
ert Mover and executed largely by 
Peter Cook and Michael Ramus. 



Insley's Pyne's singing in the role 
of MacHeath always provided a 
welcome interlude; Phyllis Stevens 
as Polly Peachum never failed to 
show tie effect of her Westminster 
Choir College education and was 
a credit to its vocal training abil- 
ity. Acting honors were shared by- 
Susan Mederos, who gave bounce 
and x brightness to the role of Lucy 
Lockitt. and John Becker, who 
showed rare versatility as an able 
director turned actor. 

The cast also benefitted visibly 
[rom ihe presence of Harley Streiff, 
Henry Siegle and Moyne Smith in 
the principal supporting roles. A 
non-actor, who views the other side 
01 the footlights as a land as distant 
and strange as the other side of the 
looking glass, never fails to marvel 
that his friends and neighbors can 
diop their daily chores and become 
kings and i|ueens. highwaymen and 
harlots with such complete dextei- 



ther off-, 



per 



De- 




NASSAU PAINT STORE 



For Art Slipptii 



126 Nassau Street 



THE GARDEN 



those who 






of the n 
ance for 



la. Some sort of trouble on a ba- 
nana plantation commands the at- 
tention of Ronald Reagan and 
Rhonda Fleming. TeehnicdlOl 

Another Man's Poison (Mon.- 
Tues.i, and probably yours, too. 
— Continued on Page 14 



^ 


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RvJ 1 


^^ ALIENS 




FOR EASTER FINERY 




For the Younger Set 




ALLEN'S 


134 Nass 


au Street Telephone 3413 



Much of the evening's bid for en- 
tertainment, many of the endless 
hours of planning and rehearsing 
uete, .accordingly, not lost. But the 
Players' version of "The Beggar's 
Opera" lacked almost entirely the 
verve and the rollicking pace that 
could have made it truly delight- 
ful. Tt would have benefitted from 
judicial culling (running as it did 
to nearly 11:30), thus making a 
bid to earn the always-enviable dis- 
tinction of leaving the audience 
wishing there had been a little bit 

Ii was inliiguingly billed a-- "Ihe 
18th century 'Guys and Dolls.' " 
lun the pace at which it was pre- 
sented left it far short of its ad- 
vance press notices. Many of the 
elements of success were there but 
in the last analysis, it was present- 
ed not as a merry musical comedy 
but rather as a languorous literary 

THE PLAYHOUSE 

Peter Pan (Thurs.-Tues.) There 

are no age limits for, and most 
everybody in his right mind will be 

dj lighted w mi. Walt Disney's ■■■ • 

esi Technicolor cartoon feature. 
It's worth arguing whether this is 
the best animated feature Disney 
lis evei produced. 

Peter ("the little boy who would 
not grow up"). Tinker Bell, the 
violent Captain Hook and the other 
famous James M. Barrie characters 
are splendid. "Bear Country," an- 
Disney's fine animal docu- 
mentaries, is the short subject. 
Running for a full week, at ad- 
\ anced pi Ices 

Tonight We Sing (Wed.-Sat.) is 
the film biography of S. Hurok, the 
impressario. making it a natural 
spring board for a display of excel- 
lence in the entertainment arts. 
David Wayne plays Hurok, Ezio 
Pinza plays the singer Chaliapln, 
Tamara Toumanova plays the bal- 
lerina Pavlova, and Jan Peerce, 
Roberta Peters and Isaac Stern 
are among others who contribute 



spite a rather light screenplay, the 
music, performances and Tech: 
color make a quite distinctive fil 

13 




<JJie Golamal 




hriph t , beautiful 
less time than you tlnrtk, 
less cost. Here's how you Jo it: 
select the basic Weyerhaeuser Modular 
Design that most closely fits your needs. 
. arc many homes from which to choose, 
and all are architect-designed. 
Then, to vour home site will be delivered 
top qualitv precision built panels and pre-cut 
parts which exactly fit your plan— without 
cutting, fitting or material waste. 
Thus the framing of your Modular home 
is quickly completed. The choice of color 
and materials for roof, siding, flooring, and 
wall finish i. left to your taste. Some plans 
provide for the addition of dormers, brceM- 
way and garage. 

It will pay you co see all the Modular plans 
before you build. Come in— there's one to 
suit your needs. 



MODULAR 

CONSTRUCTION 



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Town Topics, March 29-April 1. 1<>53- 



DR. NATHAN KASREl 



ONE-DAY SERVICE 

On Request 
II \TS BLOCKED 

GALE 

DRV CI.KIMM. 

It WithiT.|i.i.>ii SI Ti-I. 0GI1 J 



NEWS OF THE THEA TRES 

— Continued from Page 13 

Bette Davis is featured a> a -.u- 



Announcing 

II Inlet Cruitiot 

European Stramer and 

Air Bookings for 1953 

{Coronation Year) 
AIRI.rNE BEBEKVATIONS 
HOT 1 I. RESERVATIONS 
.STKtVISHIP TICKETS 
HONK VMlK INS 

KuIIer 
Travel Agency 



Complete 

Watch Cleaning 

$6.50 

1'irin.lii. : lulu,,- und Adjusting 
1 In- price uK,i include* Item and 
rrown. atuff er.vaUl if needed. 

WE REPAIR 

All Makes of 

RONSON LIGHTERS 

pakman's 

» nWnraposn si Tel i s.%sc 




REDD1NGS 

234 Nassau Street 
Telephone 1 66 or 00 1 2 



myi 



of a Sing 
ei The fadeout, w 

■ 
the ic-.li '•''. about 

rami up the mood. 

Brief Encounter (Wed.-Thurs ' 

\- the hauntingly beautiful love 

lone by Noel Coward about 

Call* Johnson and 

Trevoi Howard u the principal* in 

■ achievements of 

British film craftsmen. 

Ridfj the Man Down (Fii-Sat.>. 

Surprise, Surprise. Tim on* 
n fight ("j ii cattle empire at the 
turn of the centucy. Brian Donlevy. 
-. :mt^ Hie ranch land be- 
to pot* HI Flla Raines 
pe is doidi. but Rod 
Cameron I out to too him. Tru- 

, iloi 

FILM CLASSIC SERIES 

The Good Earth will be shown at 

7 md 9 p m tin . Friday in MeCosh 

10 "ii the University Campu 1 hi 

Lfl (I iihit which earned Luise Roln- 

r-i nn Aoademy Award is the third 

M! I lie |l All Sj.i IP,'. c| ic 

The movie is Idled with scenes of 
CI i life and will be remem- 
bered by some for notable ghol Ol 
■ i i plague Paul Mum i ■ also 

lealmed. Tit I el al (lit- Hum 
MURRAY THEATRE 

Showings ol The wiin 
er." the 16mm tound film ,iu I pro- 

\\\ students, will 

through Saturday ot 7 

ami 9 |i in. under the auspices of Ihe 

'i henm tntlme, Charlie Chaplin 
"Carmen" li the companion piece. 

Ticket- at the door. 

"The While Rooster" was mode 
on a $'4mi budgel In less than two 

ntOflttl and shows remarkable in- 

, ■ null in iin face of (he technical 

amateur movie- 

ii'lcn Kankinson, Thomas 

Potter and Ronald Harper "54 com- 

the 'ast. Based on a story by 

William l.oyen, the film wa vin 

tin and produced by Charles K. 

Robinson 7>i and directed bv Rob- 

.'i'.. '54. 

McCARTER THEATRE 

The .Tulliard Suing Quartet will 

continue its playing ol all of Boeth- 

oven 1 ■ 1 1 in", qua] tets with a con 

turdiu al B 30 p.m. in Kc- 

M t i be perform- 

■ii. . . Mm i ih in Sei ies Two ol 

the i niversltj Concerts, are avail- 
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i he h all known Julliard group 

wtll play from the composer's eavlj 

the C minor, Opus 18, No. 

1; the E Hal major, Opus 74, from 

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30 h ith the Ore ■ 

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n i li ten w hen Beethoven was deaf 
■ i nd "i his life. 

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w in lectur i he quartets Fri- 

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the let'- 

his is the 

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Tuesday In MeCosh Hall 50 on the 
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Positions Open. One mild ai'ei- 
11 in earlj May zA 1947, an un- 
tried Princeton sophomore went 
out to pitch against a strong Rut- 
gers team and not only trimmed 
1. 1 but very nearly threw 
a no-hitter. Wide-eyed inhabitants 
of the University Field press box 
could tell, virtually on a basis of 
that one performance alone, that 
Bob Wolcott would quickly become 
a good enough college pitcher so 
that he had a better than even 
chance of winning each game he 
started. 

He went on to rack up a series 
of notable triumphs, closing out his 
career with a scintillating 5-0 
whitewash of Yale. Immediately 
after he graduated, Ray Chirurgi 
and Harry Brightman joined the 
varsity ranks; a year later, along 
came Dave Sisler. When they were 
in top form, there were few if any 
better college hurlers in the na- 
tion. Three straight first-place fin- 
ishes in the Eastern League testi- 
fy to their success, as do the con- 
tracts Brightman and Sisler have 
signed respectively with the St. 
Louis Cardinals and the Boston Red 
Sox. 

The fact that none of this quar- 
tet is on hand this spring indicates 
in clear-cut fashion that for the 
first time in seven years, Princeton 
is without a pitcher who can be 
classed as a likely winner at the 
varsity level. Since pitching has 
been accurately defined as 80% of 
a good college baseball team, the 
situation sums up in a nutshell the 
trouble that the Tigers may face 

Eddie Donovan, starting his sec- 
ond year as head coach, is working 
with a squad of nine pitchers. Add- 
ing to his woes is the fact that Bob 
Unger, a lefthander with consider- 
able promise, is currently ineligible 
and does not appear likely to be re- 
instated. He did not see much ac- 
tion last year but if available might 
develop into the best bet for 1953. 

Other holdovers are Al Bryant 
and Joe Castle, while the sopho- 
more delegation includes Dick Em- 
ery, Tom Murphy and Carl Pope. 
Emery was the best of last year's 
better-than-average freshman team 
and Pope was his catcher. However, 
with junior Ed Stimpson back as 
the starting varsity backstop, an 
effort is being made to convert 
Pope into a pitcher and there are 
signs that hope is justified. 

Any way you look at it, however, 
the Tigers have a long way 'to go 
department before they 
with even one hurler ap- 
proaching the ability of Wolcott, 
Chirurgi, Brightman or Sisler. If 
no one develops, quite a number of 
son's 24 games may seem 
awfully long. 

Stimpson will handle ihe catch- 
ing chores but With Pope turning 
eserve strength here will 
—Continued on Page 16 



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15 



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SPORTS l.\ PM\CETO\ 

-Continued from Page 15 

i. .Mem. Blair Torrey 












T HEAR AGAIN? 

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Mil as a 

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Thomas 

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Bill Gall, 
ill! both' 
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eason, while art 
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m he hurt 

tthig sopho- 

Gyt nbeek and 
John Easion bi e U adin 

Id berths; as ] cu - 

the job 

.. i in be i hittei i" "\ ided 

. adi ■ ■ m. i i - flj i ha ei m,. 

pen .i v. eeh 1 1 om Satur- 

,!.. . .ii remple, « it h tfanhal tan 
■ nday, April 6, for the firsl 
..in.' in a ■■■■ i i i- "i "'"i action dui- 
. scat ion. 

One-and-One Stays. The change 
In i hi be ikei ball rulej Instituted 
rim ing the pa i .eason has been 
, etalned, despite the fact that a 
majority ol coachet were on record 
against it. 1 he rathe? amazing rea- 
son advanced for keeping the rule 
■■!■■. in: anothei tree thi ow if the 
: sed « as thai no one came 

up with a better one. Apparently 

the rules committee never consid- 
ered ll could Improve the game 
merely by going back 1o the orig- 
in, it i :edeure ol throwing one 

i. .Hi hot and returning to action 
ii thai was missed 

Cleat if m! mji i ion of the fact that 
ihi one-and-one rule, plus the man- 
datorj two shots for every ' foul 
committed in the last thn e 

utes, rewrote baske.tball scoring Is 

provided by what happened to the 

P :eton record book. An outfit 

thai COUld nol Win more than nine 

ol its 23 games sel -even individ- 
ual "i team records during the past 

With the obvious aid of all the 
extra foul -shots, new marks were 
set for Dillon Gym in free throws 
i i ii. player and the team; total 
points in one game for one player 
Mini i.. both teams; and all-time 
total points by 



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v an Individual and by the team. 
he only new mark unaffected by 
ie rules change was Bud Haabe- 

mV> II lit. Id gtials against Colgate, 
o ..ne hi- >et advocated allowing 
player another try if his hook 
iot rims the basket. 



She 



No 



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scored less 
i the Pen- 
togonal Hockey League. The In- 
dians had 22, Princeton 27, Harvard 

Ee each 28 and Brown 31. 
: he i Igei s' superiority showed on 
defense, where they yielded only is 
-..I Harvard was next with 20, 
while rale, Dartmouth and Brown 
totals were 23, 36 and 39. 
Brown's weakness was obviously 
. In part to the fact that 
n- starting defensemen, Dick Pettit 
and Bob Borah, led the league in 
penalties wit), a total of 47 minutes 
bi tween them. Hank Bothfeld, as 
■ . poi ted here earlier, tied for ta- 
li n o r s h tth 
Brown's Han Keefe at 1G points 
1 ich player had ten goals 
assists, 
Continued on Page 17 



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SPORTS I\ PRLXCFTO.X 

—Continued rrom Page 16 

The hi 
Torrey as its i r. . 
Bothfeld. As a 
with the b^st goalies in a half- 

of the sport at I 
Bothfeld and Vic Williams 
■ . 
standi 
a iship. 

■ oilegiate 
. . . 
v.! ii be pla; 

Thom- 
■ ■ 

vara" for 
■ 
..!..,.,,■ to win thi Big 
1 
■ 
the schi dull hai 
Harvard. 
I >ave Tail, 19s 

■ i [n^lii I". ;i shoul- 
. ■ . . 

LSOH is 

ng possibility, howeve 



Tip 



and Hut- 



In 1953 and again last season, 
'Princeton won Eastern titles in 
vi esl Ling and swimming through 
the individual ability of Brad 
Glass and breaststroker Bob Brow- 
ner. But this year Glass didn't 
compete and Brawner has gone. 
Tiger swimmers had to be con- 
tent with two lifth and three sixth 
places at the intercollegiates In 
Cambridge last weekend. 

Pennsylvania alumni, polled on 
the opponents they felt the Quaker 
football team should play, listed 
Cornell, Princeton, Navy, Army, 
Penn State, Yale. Columbia, Dart- 
mouth and Harvard in order of 
preference. Only one of these teams 
appears on Penn's 1953 schedule, 
although Princeton returns next 

A Pennsylvania alumnus living 
in Princeton telephoned ■ Town 
Topics to say he hoped to arrange 
to have the article, "Stassen's 
Heritage," published here last 
week, read at the dinner planned 
for the football squad on Thurs- 
day. One guess currently making 
the rounds is that both Francis 
Murray, Director of Athletics, and 
Coach George Munger will resign 
and that Munger may then be re- 
hired with the knowledge that he 
will have clear sailing at the 
policy-making level. 

Four members of the Princeton 
Skating Club won titles in the 
Philadelphia Area Championships 
held Saturday in Baker Rink. Wil- 
liam Lemmon, a freshman at 
Princeton, was awarded the John 
B. Thaver Trophy, emblematic of 
success in the men's senior divi- 

Miss Lu Ann Eliott won the 
ladies' senior championship. Win- 
ners of the bronze dance title were 
Miss Hope Thompson and Lester 
Tibbals, Jr. Mr. Tibbals is presi- 
dent of the Princeton Club, which 



was hos 



]],.> 



70 



Fred Tritschler and Foster 
Cooper placed on Ihe second all- 
Ivy League basketball team chosen 
by the coaches. Tritschler was on 
the first quintet last season, when 






all-1 



Pri 



eton 



ord of 359 points and led the Tigers 
to the league t itle and NCAA 
competition. However, after sus- 
taining a broken thumb in Decem- 
ber he did not reach top form this 
season until mid-February. 

The Hun School will open a 
13-game baseball schedule on 
April 8, Ellis Willard, dlrectO] oi 
athletics has announced. The Red 
and Black meets George School at 
Newtown. Pa. before beginning its 
home season the following week 
with B.M.I. 

Princeton High School is the 
third oppoent on the Hun sched- 
ule. The contest will open the 
Little Tigers' season. 



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that the 
•fticers of the chap* i . 
n 
First Vic< l 
Second Vice Chairmar 
Treasurer 

Recording 



ol offlci ■ 

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W, H - 

Chester StrOUp 

Harold Kincs 
Miss Ann Lyons 
Mr-. 



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Mrs. Walter Be< rs 

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CHILDREN'S PICTURES 

Natural Poses Reasonable Rates 

Telephone 1-0097-W Mornings 

Or After 5 P. M. 



Venetian Blinds. 

Window Shades 

and Porch Shades 

Rugs, Carpets, Linoleum 

Awnings — Aluminum 

or Canvas 

Fireplace Screens 

Curtain Rods Made 

to Order 

Orange Aluminum 

Combination Windows 

The Molitone 

S41 Nassau Street Tel- 2231 

Or WX-9420 



Bay Scallops 
Shad 




Sea Foods 

3 Hulnsh St. Tel. 0012, 0073 

Deliveries Daily 



New Series of Shares Opens May 1 

BUT 

You Can Invest in This Association 

NOW 

It's Smart . . . It's Easy . . . It's Profitable! 

NASSAU BUILDING & LOAN ASSN. 



First Natl Bank Bldg. 



ARTHUR EVERETT, Secretary 



. Town Toplis, March 29-April l,l<)53- 



.18 



FOR SALE: Roper 



table top desig 

trim Except ion a lb" good condition. 
f"5 264 Hawthorne, first floor apart- 



RADIO CENTER 



PRINCETON HOBBY CENTER. Eceiv- 
thing (or the modeller. Boats Planes. 

meet Aaron. 12 Witherspoon Street. 

CARDENER WANTED one da\ a week 



FOR SALE: 



1951 FOR SALE 



i added, Occupy June 15 



1948 CHEVROLET 



owned, low mileage. Call 



BUY YOUR LATE MODEL 

USED CAR WITH CONFIDENCE 

SPRING IS HERE 

See the selection of guaranteed cars 
at our "Spring Used Car Carnival." 

1952 Dodge club coupe 
1951 DeSoto Sportsman 
1951 Dodge two-door sedan 
1950 Plymouth four-door sedan 
1950 Chevrolet 4-door eedan 
1950 Oldsmobile 2-door sedai 
1950 Plymouth two-door soda: 
1950 Dodge two-door sedan 
1949 DeSoto club coupe 
1949 Plymouth club eoupe 
1949 Dodge four-door sedan 
1948 Plymouth four-door sedan 
1948 Packard four-door sedar. 
1946 Dodge two-door sedan 
SHELTON MOTOR COMPANY 
300 Witherspoon Street 
Telephone 3750 
Open evenings until 8 p.m 



. stoops, patios, balconie 
auu ui-siue stairways; also fire es- 

LURON MANUFACTURING 

& WELDING CO. 

Bordentown — Tel. Bordentown 1079 

UNIFORMS FOR ALL OCCASIONS 
Nurses.' maids.' waitresses,' house- 
white, blue, 



BAILEY'S 

14 Witherspoon Street 

1-4-tf 



Princeton's Musi 



THE MUSIC J 

television, sheet 



Mead 156-J-2 i 



INQUIRE about Princeton's most 
successful wholesale Food Plan at 
Nassau Appliance Company. Tel. 
2100. Hundreds of satisfied users. 



ANTIQUE REFINISHING 
m AND REPAIR 
Douglas Schuessler 



Tel. 3583- J-3 



MOTORS : Operate 



Inexpensively priced 
,ean Engineering La- 



$15 per month 

THIS WEEK S SPECIAL 

COLORED FLAGSTONE, 18c 
sq. ft Come up and see us or 
Sam at EMI Millstone 8-2626 
verse charges OK) 

THE BUILDING CENTER 
Mirtdlebush. N. J. 



18 dropped 



Moore Street. Hei 
I off and was re- 
wed like the dog. 



Don't alter your dress. 

alter your figure for 

Easier at 

SWEDISH MASSAGE STUDIO 

en and Women 

iu St. — Tel. 2167 

3-29-21 



l:.0 N., 



FOR SALE: Sets 



■il'lc- and bureaus. 



FOR SALE : Hofpoi 



, $20. Both good condition. 



FOR RENT: July 1 through Labor Day 
bedrooms, three baths, large 



OTHER 

CLASSIFIEDS 

ON PAGES 10 & 11 



WORK WANTED: Job carpenter, paint- 



sau Street. Tel. 762. 

LARGE OFFICE SPACE available. In- 
quire at Allen's, 134 Nassau St. 



AUTOMOBILE MECHANIC 

Opening for an experienced 
chanic. Highest wages, all be 

including hvi- liu-.pil.di.', Hi. in. 
tion. etc 11 _\ou arc lookin_ 
loading 



ages, .'ill benefits. 

looking for 

_ ieading auto 

dealer, please apply to Mr. Turney. 

TURNEY MOTOR CO. 

255 Nassau St. Telephone 2070 

2-15-tf 

HEADQUARTERS for Juvenile Furni- 
ture. Cribs. Mattresses, Plavpens, 
Highchairs. etc. Allen's. 134 Nassau 
St. Tel. 3413. 

EXPERT DRESSMAKING 
Tailoring, millinery and draperies. 



MRS. EERNICE STEPHENS 



RELIABLE GIRL. 22. would like 



3E AN EARLY BIRD! 
AVOID THE RUSH 
SAVE DOLLARS! 



Sale ends April 24 
VERBEYST CLEANERS 



Finest Drv Clean 
Delivery 

Telephone 1-089! 



Street, tel. HOUSEWIVES 



FRENCH TUTORING, 
school and college level. Also fndivid- 



high 
ation, French- 



.vishes to be in busi- 
elf. Write Mrs. Miller. 



burn teacher References C;iII Mi a 

H N Archer. 1677, in 1 

ning. 



storm doors. Self-storing 
an geable ; for all type \\ 



| SO Nassau St. 



dows_ 36 months 



Mark Parsells. 



obligation. Tel. 



NON-CANCELLABLE INSURANCE 



LAHEY'S 

Telephone 0502 
Opp. Firestone Ltbn 



(■■■ ACCIDENT and I 
HO) be taken from you. Sure pro- 
tection when you NEED IT MOST. 



AUTOMATIC HEATING: Be- 



equipment. let 



pay Call 1-3436; H. Mark 



DEPENDABLE USED CARS 

CLEARANCE SALE 

1946 Stuc.eb.iker $ U9 

1950 Willys station wagon 

1948 Willys 4-wheel drive Jeep _$ 550 

1951 Willys Sutton wagon „ -..$1,495 

1948 Austin ..„» 395 
1951 Chevrolet 4-dr. Power Clide... $1,495 
1941 Cadillac 4-door „ 5 495 

BROOK MOTORS 

198 Witherspoon Street 

Tel. 2129 

LOST: Flexible diamond guard ring 10 



WANTED 
woman for full 1 



Box H-l. Town 



FRESH EGGS 

Wr.ole.ale * Retail 
Home Delivery 
M FELDMAN 
Telephone 1643 



Duplicating — Notary PubHo 

DOROTHY K. COUCHMAN 



LESTER M. SLATOFF 

Auctioneer - Dealer - Appraiser 



23S E. State St, Trenton, N. J. 



ed, Tel. 2845 



rubber. Never been 



BEAUTIFUL MAHOGANY CONSOLE 
radio-phonograph Made (01 "particu- 
lar" ear:-, this wondeilul iikI rutiifiif 
has AM-FM with 3-speed record play- 
er. Equivalent now would cost sinn 
Will sell sadlv for $22;V Tel. 1724-J. 



i where I leave off Tel 1724-J 



FOR SALE House in beautiful con- 
dition; ideal for busy fanilh Walk- 
ing distance to everything; Five bed- 
attic playrooms, oil heat, garage 
Good small yard $2;>, 000.00. Apply 

LAWRENCE NORRIS 



LONG-HAIRED DACHSHUND PUP- 






$25,000 
G. R. MURRAY, Inc. 



RUGS 



CLEANED AND REPAIRED 

All Work Expertly Done By 

Hand; 34 Yeare Experience. 

Reweavlng. Binding, Alteration* 

Estimates Cheerfully Given 

Oriental and Domestic 

Reference, 

E. Bahadur & Son 

Somerville Road — Tel. 720 




Calling All Week-End Repair Men! 

Get an early start on those home spring fix-up jobs. 
Keep the "sunshine" weekends free for boating, fish- 
ing, swimming or just relaxing. 

Our shelves are packed with a variety of the latest 
building materials . . . everything to build from 
foundation to roof. All are priced in line with modest 
budgets. 

Stop in for how-to-do-it advice. We're just two min- 
utes drive from Princeton's business center. 




Representing (he Big Three 

• -loli us Mutiville 

• Weyerhaeuser Sales Co. 

• United Stales Gypsum Co. 

Grover Lumber Co. 

Telephone 1.0041 Princeton. N. J. 



. Town Topics. March 29-ApriU, 1953- 



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give-To Help 

Children LIVE! 



lica] world needs YOUR help 

i kills HALF the childn » ientific 

:. into the death rate! from diphtheria; tuber 
influenza and other di i 
I nephrosis? 

This Friday, March 27, will offer you b chance t" give throug 

oil, ■ lion cans you'll see in tin [OV ri DU ini 

vitally needed for: 

The program of medical research n>v I ■ , lucted ,il the Qhil- 

■ lu n'S Hospital, Philadelphia . . . 

Aid to families unable'to meet the high cosl oi medical care when 
ni phri isis strikes . . . 

Endowments to hospitals and doctors engaged in research on 
nephrosis - . 

NEPHROSIS IS A KILLER OF YOUNG CHILDREN— 
DON'T FAIL To GIVE THAT THEY MAY LIVF! 



EDWARD A, THORNE 
THE DRUGGIST 
168 Naiiau Slreet 
Telephone 0077 



PATRON