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1 B A Y S H O R E A G R E A T E R M E D IA N E W S P A P E R M H IH W H N F K E E P u B 1_x B i ifow i M H i N S i M H 7 M W W N. N J W 7 i 7 D EC EM B ER 13, C EN T S VOLUM E 19 NUMBER 50 A h o l i d a y g i f t T h e A r a b ia n D a n c e r, p o rtra y e d b y T a r a A n n S trip to, p r e s e n ts A r a b ia n c o ffe e to C la r a a n d th e N u t c r a c k e r P r in c e, p la y e d b y A n n e C h re tie n a n d O rio n S im p rin i, d u rin g a r e h e a r s a l S a t u r d a y o f T h e N u t c r a c k e r b y th e B a lle t C o m p a n y o f th e P e rfo r m in g A r ts E n s e m b le. S tr ip to a n d C h re tie n a re s tu d e n ts a t M id d le to w n H ig h S c h o o l N o rth, a n d S im p rin i a tte n d s M id d le to w n H ig h S c h o o l S o u th. T h e c o m p a n y w ill p e rfo rm S a t u r d a y a n d S u n d a y a t M o n m o u th C o lle g e s G u g g e n h e im T h e a tr e a n d D e c. 30 a t S p r in g L a k e C o m m u n ity T h e a tr e. F o r th e s to ry, s e e P a g e 1 0. Photograph by Martin Petterchak

2 2 DECEM BER13, 19^9, THE INDEPENDENT a c v f O H s T ^ o v e f jo ^ g e d tso t e s t* ^ ' o^oose \ Vvourtavorte_^ l s r. ^ f '^ T E S S V U C O S O N W ^ y O ". a FanT ^. m IST S E, uf ir j S s t &/ ' s S i 8 0. t f c f ^ CUSTOM WREATHS AND BOWS, BOWS, BOWSj LARGEST SELECTION ANYW HERE C U S T O M M A D E A R R A N G E M E N T S! a n d G A R L A N D! _ l o F T. 7Vz FT. F R O S T E D C O L U M B I A N ) SCOTCH I DOUGLAS P I N E F I B #MTX 8754 P a n e l ; 1 C o n s tr u c tio n. Hinge C o n s tru c tio n. No A s s e m b l y.2662 Tips Reg " T i p s # Reg. 299" l i f Q A A i r B L U E F / r l C8^ c r, o * O V ^ f T I «e e s J f f i T 7 9 ^ AvailablpI f f i S s V» t, s u n.» n - ^ U l G,*EeN I 6 V 2 F y C a H A D I a h " N G e J ^ l^ E >/o S $ k t ^ 0 0 ' * e» «9./ a\9-9. s* B t a c k F a w S ALIVE W ITH USs! CHRISTM AS ( 2A> Largest Selection Anywhere CUT PLANTATION GROWN and B E A U T I F U L L Y S H A P E D * C a n a d i a n B a l s a m, D o u g l a s F i r, C o l o r a d o B l u e S p r u c e a n d t h e F I N E S T I N C H R I S T M A S T R E E S F R A Z I E R F U R... s h a p e d b e a u t i f u l l y a n d w ill n o t l o o s e t h e i r n e e d l e s B e a u t ifu lly D e c o r a t e d & U n d e c o r a t e d W R E A T H S M I S T L E T O E P R I N C E S S P I N E R O P I N G a n d W H I T E P I N E R O P I N G B e a u t i f u l ly S h a p e d B A L L E D a n d B U R L A P P E D, C H R I S T M A S T R E E S v l t y H B f I N S T O C K - M A N Y S I Z E S D e c o r a t e It T h e n P l a n t It P o i n s e t t i a s M ANY S IZ E S. C E M E T A R Y, B L A N K E T S, from $ WITHTHIS COUPON $ c o o OFF ANY BALLED & BURLAPPED CHRISTMAS TREE EX P. 12/24/89 & ' T <g» j V i O / s* / v 9 e 4 $ & v % W e reserve the ] r ig h t to lim it quantities. Not responsible for ty p o g ra p h ic a l error. Sale prices effective thru 12/19/89 - S e le c P O li> ^ F R E E H 0 L D, N.J. 1UU

3 To call The Independent A dvertising.. C irculation C la s s ifie d... S p o rts... P re s s re le a s e s and advertising m ay be b ro ug ht o r m ailed to T h e d e p e n d e n t o ffice a t 1 R egis te r S h rew sb u ry. INDEX C L A S S IF IE D... IN T H E S P O T L IG H T.. LETTERS... NEW S BRIEFS. O B ITU A R IE S... O F F B E A T... O PIN IO N... POLICE BEAT P U L S E... PROPERTY LINES... S O C IA L N E W S... SPORTS W H A T S H A P P E N IN G ' WILLIAM R. CANINO V ic e P re s id e n t DAVtD THALER P u b lis h e r JUDITH S. KLEIN E x e c u tiv e E d ito r JUDITH McGEE FEEN EY M a n a g in g E d ito r MARK R. ROSMAN M a n a g in g E d ito r/s p o rts ANTHONY RO SELU A d v e rtis in g D ire c to r A GREATER MEDIA W a te r production d ro p p ed from p o w e r-p la n t proposal By Marilyn Duff K E Y P O R T Charles Strohm eyer, w ho for the past year has tried to develop a cogeneration pow er and w ater plant in the Bayshore area, first in U n io n Beach and then in K e y p o rt, w ill k n o w F rid a y i f he w ill receive a contract to supply pow er to Jersey C entral P ow er & L ig h t Co. But even i f he does, there w ill be no prod uctio n o f potable w ater. W e re n o t trying to sell w ater anym o re, he said last w eek. A n d even i f he does not, the com pany still plans to have a pow er plant in operatio n by 1994, i f n ot in the Bayshore area then elsewhere, and m ay even develop w ith o ut a pow er sales arrangem ent. W e re n ot tied dow n to any one site at this tim e, said Strohm eyer, president o f Electrodyne Research C orp., G ladw yne, Pa. In a d d itio n to the J C P & L b id, S trohm eyer and his associates w ill file a b id right after the first o f the year w ith P ublic Service Electric & Gas Co. fo r d evelo pm en t o f a South R iv e r site and in M a y, w ith Long Island L ighting C o m p an y fo r a Long Island site. Plans to desalinate w ater used in the production o f electricity for public consum p tion have been scrapped, Strohm eyer said. W h a t we tried to do certainly proved any public w ater supply invo lvin g desalination is n ot feasible at this tim e. It is n o t feasible, he said, because the state D e p a rtm e n t o f E n v iro n m e n ta l Protection has n ot supported the plan. W e re not about to propose and generate w ater w ith out support fro m the state. H e blam ed lack o f support on w ater producers, such as the N e w Jersey W a te r A u thority, w hom he said don t w ant com petitio n. T h e y have a lo t o f debt on th eir hands, he said, and w ant to pass it on to the public. T h e J C P & L bid is tied in w ith leasing part o f the form er A erom arine Plane and K ID S H E L P IN G K ID S M o to r Corp. site on R a rita n Bay in K e y p ort. A N a tco L ake site in U n io n Beach, w hich had been proposed fo r pro duction o f b o t h p o w e r a n d d r i n k i n g w a t e r, w a s d ro p p e d b e c a u s e o f D E P o b je c tio n s to fillin g in a p o rtio n o f the lake. I t w o u ld have been a fine idea (fo r the D E P ) to support the o th er (po w er and w a te r ) p r o g r a m, S tro h m e y e r s a id. I t w o u ld have given a gauge to m easure i f it (the technolgy) is feasible. H is firm w hich is n ow w orking in conju n c tio n w ith Pacific G as and E lectrif-b echtel G enerating C o., a subsidiary com pany o f those tw o m a jo r com panies w hich is ju s t getting o ff the ground was essentially trying to develop the technology fo r such a plant, a technology w hich he claim ed is sound. H e also blam ed lack o f support on p oliticians, w h o m he said only th in k o f today and to m o rro w and n o t the long range. Regardless, he said his com pany w ill still g e n e ra te c o m m e r c ia l w a te r. W e re a p proaching the w ater program on a less expensive, m odified scale that lays the found atio n and base fo r producing com m ercial w ater. T h e other program, he said, had becom e too com plex and they now have to look at it fro m a practical standpoint. W e can t be tied in w ith dream s, aspirations and friv o litie s. W h ile S trohm eyer insisted a p lan t w ill be developed, he had harsh w ords about governm ent regulations. Regulators w ant to tell everybody how to live. W e re going back to the com m unist regulator style. It s not a free society. A n y body w ho thinks it is, is k idding themselves. Environm entalists are being used as special interest groups. I t s a very sad thin g. - C oncem ing pow er bids, he said this is the first tim e J C P & L has sought bids. I t s really the start o f a new business w hich is indep en d e n t, c o m p e titiv e, e le c tric g en eratin g supply com panies. T h is is like the beginning o f deregulation. Photograph by Martin Petterchack Children and the lo cal Parent T eacher Organization of Lloyd Road School co llect and package toys for distribution at Bayshore Hospital s children s ward. Volunteers pictured are (l-r front) Neit'O lufsen 6; Elizabeth Abram owitz, 6, and Colette Lupo, 11. C arole O lufsen (left rear) and Terry Boos w atch the kids to m ake sure things go along smoothly. THEINDEPENDENT, DECEMBER13, Is Aberdeen composting illegally? Patrick J. Ross A B E R D E E N T h e tow nship m ay be com posting leaves illegally, according to Jeanine M o sley o f the state D e p artm e n t o f E n v iro m e n ta l Protection. T h e tow nship is com posting leaves at C liffw o od Beach Park, but according to M osley the site m ay be in v io la tio n o f D E P and G reen Acres regulations. A ccording to M osley the tow nship was allow ed to com post on the site for tw o m onths, ending in M a y o f According to M osley, the D E P sent a letter M a rc h 3, 1988 the D E P to Jason C h a ik in a fo rm e r m em ber o f Schoor, D e P a lm a and Canger group, explaining its restrictions. Schoor, D e - P alm a and Canger w ere the tow nship engineers for Aberdeen.. B u t according to Stephen D e p a lm a his firm was not em ployed by A berdeen during the year o f 1988, and although C h aiken was a m em ber o f the firm he d id not contribute to it. T h e m a tter has been referred to the D E P s Bureau o f E nforcem ent, M o s ley said. T h e tow nship has been com posting leaves at the site fo r three years, said M a rk Coren, township manager, d uring an earlier interview. Coren said the tow nship has a verbal agreem ent w ith the D E P to allow le a f com posting for five years. T h e agreem ent, according to Coren, was struck so Aberdeen had tim e to fin d a new place to com post leaves. T h e site is used fo r five m onths out o f the year, by A p ril the leaves are gone, C oren said during the earlier interview. O nce the leaves are decom posed they are given back to tow nship residents or used on public grounds as fertilizer. A ccording to Coren, the tow nship composts about 4,000 yards o f leaves a year at the park. K e y p o r t j a i l c e l l s t o b e u p g r a d e d By Marilyn Duff K E Y P O R T T h e borough w ill have to budget fo r ja il cell im p ro vem ents w hen it goes to w ork on next year s budget. T h e state D e p a rtm e n t o f C orrections d u r ing a recent inspection noted 27 areas o f noncom pliance, ranging fro m sim ple item s lik e mattresses and emergency panic b uttons to new cell ceilings and an audio m o n itoring system. A t last w eek s council meeting, Borough A d m in is tra to r John K ennedy said E very line in there (the report) is a substantial in clusion in the budget. W e ll do the things we can do and w e ll tell th em th a t s it, said M a y o r E dw ard F ly n n. H e said appro xim ately 80 percent o f 85 b u ildin g violations previously cited had been corrected. Som e o f them we ju s t can t d o, he said. T h ey w ant a door right through R aym o n d s (C h ie f Lee s) office, said John M e rla. Police C h ie f R a y m o n d Lee, asked F rid ay a b o u t th e re q u ire d im p ro v e m e n ts, said, W e could n ever com ply w ith everything because o f the buildin g structure. T h e Police D e p a rtm e n t has tw o holding cells on the m a in flo o r o f Borough H a ll w here prisoners are n o rm a lly held no m ore than six to eight hours, according to Lee.

4 4 DECEM BER 13, 1989, THE INDEPENDENT O P I N I O N Holiday buying trends cloudy With fewer than two weeks remaining in the holiday shopping season, the cash registers are ringing. How loudly is still to be determined, as conflicting forecasts abound. Locally, merchants are cautiously optimistic, most rating business about the same as last year, but expressing hopes that it will pick up in the 12 shopping days ahead. Generally, predictions are that, at best, only a slight rise in revenues will result, but even those forecasts may be overly optimistic. Nationwide, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce in Washington, D. C., is optimistic that American Santas will spend 6 percent more this year, making for the the merriest Christmas in history for businesses. We doubt it. *. * If you re the typical American, the Chamber says you will spend an extra $ 173 during the holiday season, while the average household will spend an average of $460. The Chamber estimates 43 percent $ 199 of the household s $460 of yule spending will go to department stores and merchandise outlets. L E T T E R S Votes appreciated Those o f you w ho w orked so hard to deliv e r fliers, instruct and in fo rm the H o lm d e l people on the actual procedure o f the w ritein vote deserve an accolade fro m the public. Y o u have p ro vid ed a valuable service to your c o m m u n ity. Y o u not only showed people how to w rite in a vote on the b allo t but have preserved the right o f choice, the right to w rite in as a viable alternative. Those o f you w ho took the extra effo rt to pick up a pencil o r a pen on election day should be praised fo r a ttem p tin g to overcom e w hat o ur p olitical system has m ade an aw kw ard and com plicated procedure. T h e learning experience, in and o f itself, is a v icto ry for every voter. I am flattered, touched, and encouraged by the inclusion o f m y nam e as a w rite -in candidate fo r H o lm d e l T ow nsh ip C o m m ittee. I am pleased that 350-plus residents accom plished the d iffic u lt w rite -in task and believed in the issue I have been concerned w ith sufficiently enough to w arrant a w ritein vote. T h a n k you. As always, the R epublic Party m ust be Clothing store cash registers will ring up $65, while furniture, appliance and stereo stores will get $45. The average household will spend an extra $33 in the supermarket for Christmas ham or turkey, and the local liquor store will pocket $8 for holiday cheer. Another $ 19 will be spent in drug stores and $91 in toy and other stores. The reason for the anticipated spending spree is debatable, however. The Chamber believes two-thirds of the increase will be due to inflation, while the other third will stuff stockings a little fuller, because of an two-million increase in the work force and a reported average increase in personal income of almost 8.5 percent from a year ago. We don t doubt that Americans as a whole might be spending more, but inflationary trends may result in less under the tree Christmas morning. That s why shoppers increasingly seem to be looking for more for their money, keeping an eye on advertising and sale items offered by merchants. congratulated once m o re for im p lem entin g the w ell-oiled political m achinery to produce yet another w in fo r candidates. H o w ever, the percentage o f H o lm d e l voters in d i cates that not all the H o lm d e l people chose to exercise th e ir voters rights and get to the polls on election day. I am extrem ely concerned w ith the w in ners quotes after the election and declared priorities in the N o v. 15 Independent. T a k ing a closer look at the B oard o f Education taxes and T h e Board o f Education m ust be guarded seriously hints at tax increases to be blam ed in the future on the Board o f Education. In the com ing year, I w ould encourage all H o lm d e l taxpayers to keep in m in d the follow in g points: T h m a jo rity o f o u r taxes are spent on education. T he m ore students the m ore we spend. Increased en ro llm ent in o ur schools is a direct result o f tow nship waivers and va riances granted to developers increasing n um bers o f housing units, num ber o f em ploym ent-generating facilities, and factored into resulting escalated M t. Laurel quotas in the 1992 re-evaluation. A n d y c a u g h t t r y i n g o n s h i r t s C la ire H a rk e y, 2 D a v id St., H azlet, w on a free d in n e r fo r tw o this week for finding A n d y In d y in T h e Indepen den t s Dec. 6 issue. A ndy was concealed in an advertisem ent for B otany Shirt Factory, R oute 36, A irp o rt Plaza, H azlet. T h e ad was on page 20 o f the M id d le to w n In d e pendent and page 16 o f the Bayshore edition. H a rv e y s entry was the first one draw n from am ong those correctly identifying the cartoon character s hiding place. She w ill get a free d in n e r for tw o at T h e C h ow d er Pot Seafood R estaurant, R oute 36. K eyport, and an I Found A n d y T - shirt. D oris Strang, 132 Osborn St., K eyport, w on a free roll o f film and free processing o f a roll o f film at M o to Photo, Strathm ore Lanes Plaza, R oute 34, Aberdeen. H e r nam e was the second entry draw n. P am Leddy, 66 W ashington St., R u m son; A. G riffin, 57 Shelbern D riv e, L in croft; and D o n Bailey, 6 B ayview A ve., K e a n s b u r g, e a c h w o n a n I F o u n d A n d y T -s h irt as th ird, fourth, and fifth prizes. Each week. T h e Ind epen den t s mascot A n d y In d y is hidden in a different advertisem ent and readers are in v ite d to find h im. A n entry form fo r the contest can be found elsewhere in the paper. T h e deadline fo r entries each week is M on day. N egotiations w ith developers to bargain away the growth control o f township ordinances increase tax needs not only for s c h o o ls b u t th e s e rv ic e s r e q u ir e d a n d needed for unnecessary expanded growth. R um ors o f a hom eow ners association are flying throughout tow n. I strongly urge all H o lm d e l residents to actively support an o rg a n iz a tio n th a t w o u ld re p re s e n t y o u r property and residential rights first and p rio r to political gain and p ro fit m argins o f private interests. In closing, the final d raft o f the T ow nsh ip M a s t e r P la n c a m e b e fo re th e P la n n in g Board Dec. 12. D id you know the tow nship powers are actively lobbying state planners to alter the last state-designated low -grow th area o f H o lm d e l to exurban (increasing density)? D o you know w hat is planned fo r your street and neighborhood? Thank you, voters CAROLE BALMER Holmdel M a n y thanks to the citizens o f the 13th D istrict for your confidence and your support in this past election. T w o years ago I was elected to m y first term in the N e w Jersey G eneral Assembly. Since then, I have w orked hard to serve m y constituents and to ensure that th e ir trust had not been misplaced. It has been m y pleasure to serve in the state Legislature and I am eager to begin m y next term. I realize there are m any im p ortant issues to be addressed in the years ahead and I am prepared to w ork hard to meet those challenges. As always, please feel free to call m y M id dletow n D is tric t office any tim e there is a m atter o f concern to you. Again, I am grateful fo r you r confidence and you r support. JOSEPH M. KYRILLOS JR. Member of the General Assem bly Privileged to serve N o w that the ads have stopped running, the literature no longer fills up the m ailbox, the rhetoric has lulled, and the ballots have been counted, 1 wish to take the tim e to thank everyone that has participated in the past election. I am privileged to have served as your state representative for the last four years. N o w you have chosen me to continue serving. I thank you for this responsibility, this honor, this privilege o f w orking for the needs o f individuals, both the young and seasoned citizens, and o f our fam ilies in the 13th D istrict. F or those voters that have supported me, I thank you for your trust and confidence that the jo b I have done in the past w ill continue and be exem plified in the future. O f those that d id not show their support, I ask them to assist me in helping to continue the progress o f the 13th District. I ask them to contact m e w ith their concerns, questions, and ideas. F in ally, I wish to take tim e out and thank all the in d ividuals w ho gave a part o f theirow n lives to a cause and keeping the election process alive. It takes m any dedicated in d ividuals helping at the polls, organizing towns, m aking phone calls, giving rides to the polls, hanging up a sign, or just putting on a bum per sticker to bring the entire program together. W ith o u t them, the entire process w ould com e to a grinding halt. I thank them for their support, tim e dedication, and energy. A n d A m erica thanks them for keeping the great experim ent alive. F o r the last four years I have served the needs o f the 13th D istrict. I shall continue serving thanks to the m any giving, talented individuals that m ake N ew Jersey perfect. ASSEMBLYWOMAN JOANN SMITH Old Bridge

5 Going over the edge by train T h a n k goodness I d on t have a long com m ute to w ork every day. I f I did, I d probab ly have gone o ver the edge a long tim e ago. L e t s face it, o ur c o m m u n ity is basically one o f com m uters. People reside here b ut w o rk elsewhere, forcing th e m to take the tra in in to N e w Y o rk, n o rth ern N e w Jersey, P h iladelph ia o r any o th er place w here they do business. W h a t I w a n t to k n o w is h o w so m an y people can endure such a ro tten d aily ordeal and n o t even th in k tw ice about it. I w ould hate to have to put up w ith com m u ting every day. Besides the long com m ute itself, there are m an y o th er hassles to deal w ith, such as being wedged together on the train w ith so m an y strangers, o r encountering the people w ho beg fo r m o n ey so they can buy a b ottle o f... uh, I m ean a cup o f coffee. A n d w ho know s w h at the person ahead o f you was doing w ith his hand before he grabbed the h an d rail you re holding onto right now? N o t to m e n tio n the tim e it takes to com m ute. M y fo rm e r ro o m m a te fro m college has a tw o -a n d -a -h a lf-h o u r com m u te to and fro m w o rk every day. H e catches the tra in at Bay H e a d and takes it to N e w a rk. A t N e w a rk he takes the P ath to the W d rld T rade C enter, w here he w alks the rest o f the w ay to his office. T h a t s a t least fiv e hours every day o f his life, ju s t getting to and fro m w here he s going. F iv e hours! I can barely do som ething I enjo y fo r five hours each day, let alone do som ething I d hate. I also w on der w h y som e people m o ve out here and then spend so m u ch tim e c o m m u t ing to w ork and m issing the reason w hy they m o ved d ow n here. W h e n they leave fo r w ork, it s d ark and w hen they get hom e fro m w o rk, it s dark. T h e nice, green law n they bought could be dead fo r all they know because they n ever see it in the daylight. C orrection, they do see th e ir lawns in the d aylig ht on the w eekend. B ut, since th a t s the only free tim e they have to m o w, rake and m ain ta in it, they probably can t recognize its beauty anyw ay. A n d w ho can blam e them? L E T T E R S Support appreciated O n b e h a lf o f M o n m o u th C o uncil o f G irl Scouts, I w ould lik e to extend o u r h eartfelt thanks to everyone w h o helped us through the recent fire w hich com pletely destroyed D e n n is Lodge at G ir l Scout C a m p Sacaja- wea. A b o u t 4 0 firefighters fro m the A d e l p h ia a n d F a r m in g d a le F ir e c o m p a n ie s helped to q u ickly and efficiently extinguish the fire. A n d th a t was a fte r hours o f battlin g flood w aters fro m the ra in the previous day. D ennis Lodge was a very special b uildin g to M o n m o u th C o un cil o f G ir l Scouts. N o t only d id it serve as a m eeting place, troop cam ping fa c ility and program center, it was a p art o f m a n y peoples lives fo r the past 25 years. It w ill be sorely missed. N e a rly girls w ere planning overnight a n d /o r w eekend cam ping at the lodge for this fall and w in ter. W e are trying to assist th e m w ith fin d in g a ltern ative w interized cam ping facilities. Several large group m eetings and a d u lt trainin g sessions w hich were scheduled i o r the lodge w ill be relocated to o th er facilities in the c om m u nity. W e sincerely appreciate all o f the k in d w o r d s a n d s u p p o r t p e o p le h a v e g iv e n th r o u g h o u t th is tra g e d y. In th e c o m in g m onths, M o n m o u th C o u n cil w ill be taking a serious look at how this precious building can be replaced. DOROTHY G ILLIA R E x e c u t i v e D i r e c t o r PATRICK J. ROSS M y com m u te to w o rk takes a total o f about 2 0 m inutes. I f I have to be at w o rk by 9 a.m., I can leave hom e at 8:30 a.m. and get to w o rk on tim e. In fact, I can stop at D u n k in D o nuts or som e o th er place, read the com ics fo r free at a new spaper stand, ask the attendant w hy he doesn t sell the Independen t, and s till have enough tim e to get to w ork. D o n t th in k that I m bragging about the m erits o f m y jo b. W h a t I m ake up fo r in com m uting, I lack in salary. L e t s see, fo r someone com m u tin g to N e w Y o rk fro m M id d le to w n, the tra in ride takes, according to N e w Jersey T ransit, a little o ver an hour. T h a t, plus a 15-m inu te d riv e to the tra in station, plus a subway ride o f a t least 15 m inutes, plus a little b it o f a w a lk to the office m ust take close to tw o hours. I could never do it. M a y b e the tra in has some k in d o f m agical pow er o ver people th a t I m n ot aw are of. D id you ever notice how everyone is so q uiet on the tra in, b ut w hen they get o ff the train, they start talkin g non-stop? O r, d id you ever notice how some people ride the subway trains, o ver and over, all day? T rain s m ust, indeed, have a special pow er because o n ly an enchanted tra in could to r ture people so, and not have them notice it. I have to give all o f you com m uters credit; you are a breed apart. Each one o f you com m uters is a hero. Y o u pay th at expensive to ll every day w hile w aitin g fo r the tra in to take you to w ork, ju s t so your kids can have som ething nice fo r C hristm as. W h e n C hristm as comes, I ll th in k o f you and the people w h o have m ade the same sacrifice fo r me. O n second thought, m aybe I can understand w hy the com m uters do w hat they do everyday. Let U.N. sink T h e U n ite d N atio n s continues to be a threat to freedom and has resulted in growing sentim ent fo r the U n ite d States to bail out o f the U n ite d N atio n s. T h e real issue w ith the U.N. is n ot its excessive budget, b u t its core budget and w h a t it is doing w hen it is n ot wasting m oney.» T h e structure o f the U.N. forces nations that w ould otherwise be u n in v o lv ed to take sides in v a rio u s in te r n a tio n a l d is p u te s, thereby m aking all such problem s global in nature. T h e U.N. also adds to international conflict by supplying legitim acy fo r dangerous lib e ra tio n m o vem ents such as the P L O and S W A P O. T h e a n ti-u.s. T h ird W o rld controls the U. N. s budget, agenda and m oral perspective. T h e U.N. is not getting better, cannot be re fo rm e d, a n d c o n s titu te s a c o r ru p tin g, wasteful and self-defeating force. T he U.N. is m ore than just a failed in strum ent; it is a bad instrum ent. T h e U n ited States should stop financing it and let it sink. KEVIN O GRADY H o l m d e l S C H L O C K IN G A B E R D E E N THEINDEPENDENT, DECEMBER13, Sch lock Rock preform ed its m usical parody Saturday at Tem ple Beth Ahm on Lloyd Road. Band m embers are (C lockw ise from top left) Yonah Llouyd, Lenny Soloman, Mark Skier, Mark Infield, Gary W allin and Danny Block. So what s in a Patrick J. Ross A B E R D E E N M o v e o ver m ega-m etal m aniacs. G e t lost, G ra te fu l D e a d groupies, because the sounds o f Schlock R o ck have h it the Bayshore. Schlock R ock, a b and w hich can only be described as playing a new type o f religious m usic, is ju s t n ot the average person s idea o f a typical religious band, or a typical anything, fo r that m atter. T h e band played Saturday a t T em p le Beth A H M, on L lo y d R o ad in A berdeen fo r the T e m p le s annual H a n n u k k a h concert. Schlock R o ck takes old rock n ro ll tunes and changes the lyrics so they reflect Jewishthemes. Schlock R o ck s repertoire includes such favorites as L o ve T h a t O ld T im e T o rah Scroll, sung to the tune o f Bob Seger s L ove T h a t O ld T im e R o ck n R o ll and U n d e r the C h u p ah, sung to the tune o f the D rifte rs classic, U n d e r T h e B oard W a lk. T he w ord schlock means used o r seco nd-h and, according to L en n y Solom an, the band s lead singer, songwriter and keyboard player. I t s k in d o f a c o m b in a tio n b e tw e e n w eird A l Y a n k o v ic and Jewish tra d itio n, Solom an said. T he band basically tries to m ake nona ffiliated Jews m ore aw are o f Jewish pride and tra d itio n, he com m ented. W e re a ll o b s e rv a n t J e w s, S o lo m a n said. W e w ant to spread Jewish p ride and awareness a ll o ver the w o rld. T h e t h r e e - y e a r - o ld b a n d h as m a d e a nam e fo r its e lf in the Jewish com m u n ity. T h e b and s latest a lbum, T o U n ite A ll Jews was both a financial and popular success, Solom an said. T h e album is the latest o f five m ade by the band. W ith catchy tunes like A b aranel, sung to the tune o f the Beach Boys B arbara A n n, and A liy a h, to the tune o f B o m in the U.S.A., the band was destined to m ake some k in d o f im pact. T h e band also plays m ore tra d itio n a l Jewish m usic, and even has a yarm u lk e rap song, according to Solom an. M em bers o f Shlock R o ck are Solom an on keyboards and lead vocal; Y o n a h L lo $ 3 on lead guitar; G a ry W a llin s on drum s; M a r k Schlock Rock? W e re all observant Jews. We want to spread Jewish pride and awareness all over the world. L e n n y So lo m a n Band s lead singer In fie ld on second keyboard, percussion and ten o r saxaphone; D a n n y Block on saxophone and v io lin ; and M a r k Skier on base guitar. S olom an writes the lyrics fo r the band in English and Hebrew. T h e band has recently toured the southeastern U.S. and has even played for students o f Boston U n ivers ity. K e e p o n S c h lo c k in g, S o lo m a n has said. T h is city was b u ilt on Schlock and R o ll, he continued. A c c o r d in g to R a lp h R o s e n b a u m, a m em ber o f the tem p le s congregation and a fan o f Schlock R o ck, the concert was re m i niscent o f a 1960 s Beatles perform ance w here the.young fans w o u ld swoon o ver the perform ers. P icture a Beatles concert and the girls scream ing, he said. I t was ju s t like th a t. T h e basic message is be good, be proud, and be Jew ish, he said. Even though'the band s lyrics are somew h at com ical, the band and its fans are very serious. A ccording to Solom an, the band has a fan club o f about 2,000 people. Some o f the fan letters com e fro m as fa r away as Russia, he said. T h e b and has a positive effect on Jewish kids, said Solom an. Though the band appeals to people fro m all age groups, it espec ially lets young Jews feel m ore proud o f th e ir roots and heritage. T h e ban d s next perform ance w ill be at the Sephardic Jewish C enter in B rooklyn, according to Rosenbaum.

6 0 DECEMBER13, 1989/tHE'l^^ENDENt P u ll u p a c h a ir, g e t in t h e s p ir it, s t a r t v ie w in g By Kathleen M cgrane Horan» 7 7 s the sgason for holiday programming. O f all the Christmas classics and yuletide originals (m ovie s, cartoons and specials) shown on network and cable television, which is yo ur favorite? What is it that makes it tops on your list o f jinglebell-time entertainment? Ja n e t Rodriguez, BELFORD: T h e Y e a r W ith o u t a Santa C laus is m y favo rite. I like the H e a t M iser, and M r. Freeze. H e a t M iser fo r king! Jingle and Jangle are cool too. Hanna Lo Piccolo, M IDDLETOW N: I like Scrooge the M u s ic a l because I saw it as a child. Kim Silvanovich, LEONARDO: H o w the G rin c h Stole C hristm as ; the G rin c h is the best. H e puts the antlers on the dogs head 'to m ake h im a reindeer; that s funny! Je n Rodriguez, BELFORD: M y favorite is T h e Y e a r W ith o u t a Santa C laus. I love the song: I m M is te r H e a t M iser, I m M is ter S u n... Jem m a Valentino, NAVESINK. Frosty the S n ow m an is m y favorite. I love the scene w ith h im m arching around tow n; he s hysterical. W h a t a riot! I really like R udolph the R ed N osed R eindeer, too. I laugh every- tim e he falls dow n. JU ian n e Lelesi, BELFORD: I like R u dolph the R ed-n osed R eindeer because he s not a cartoon. I like the m usic, too. N A T E L S O N S G O I N G O U T - O F - B U S I N E S S S A L E Further drastic and timely reductions, under R e d Bank license # to for all ties, regularly to N one priced higher. E ve ry m an s and w om an s cashm ere sweater, 50% off. E v e ry H ath aw ay dress shirt, 9.99 to E ve ry Alan Paine, Tricots St. Raphael, E.S. D e an s and C olours by Alexander Ju lia n sweater, 40% to 70% off. Bill B la s s robes, regularly 35.00, E v e ry % cotton S e ro shirt, sport or dress, regularly to 48.50, 50% off. Lined trenchcoats, regularly , Soft, w arm insulated poplin kayak jackets, with m an-m ade leather elbow patch and collar, regularly , M e n s navy blazers, regularly to , $97 to $137. E v e ry w o m e n s tailored suit, regularly, , $119 All other w om ensw ear, including blazers, skirts, blouses, sw eaters, turtlenecks, slacks, accessories, now 5 0% to 8 0% off. N a t e b o n s. B R O A D A N D F R O N T S T R E E T S, R E D B A N K. O P E N 9:30 A.M. T O 9 P.M. M O N D A Y T H R O U G H FR ID A Y ; 9:30 T O 5:30 S A T U R D A Y ; N O O N T O 5 S U N D A Y. T E L Patty Eastm ond, BELFORD: R udolph the R ed-nosed R eindeer is m y favorite because I like reindeer. Steve Hrubes, MATAW AN: T h e Y e a r W ith o u t a Santa C laus is the best, because o f H e a t M iser, Snow M iser, and M o th e r N a tu re as the balancing force. It ju s t goes to show that even the seasons have to answer to som eone. Also, I like the scene where the elves p ut the socks on the reindeer s head to m ake h im look like a dog. Lisa Alem bick, M IDDLETOW N: A C hristm as Story is m y favorite. I love w hen R alphie asks fo r a R ed R id e r B -B gun fo r C h ris tm a s, a n d e v e ry o n e s re p ly is, Y o u ll shoot your eye o ut. C ecelia Rubino, MIDDLETOW N: I t s a to u g h c h o ic e b e tw e e n th e G r in c h a n d Frosty, b ut it s d efinitely H o w the G rin ch Stole C hristm as because I like all the rhym es, and because I like the way the G rin c h smiles w ith his w hole face w rin k lin g up. Also because his dog M a x is so cute, and for C in d y -L o u W h o, w ho was no m ore than tw o. Ksjthy M ulcahy, NEW M O N M O U TH R u dolph the R ed-n osed R eindeer because I like the Island o f M is fit Toys. Especially when the toys get rescued. Pedro Ferreira, MATAWAN: I like H o w ard Stern s Christm as special because it s stupid. Kevin M aher, M IDDLETO W N: T h e Y e a r W ith o u t a Santa C laus because o f the H eat M is e r /S n o w M is e r p a r t, b u t H o w th e G rin c h Stole C hristm as is a close second. Je ffre y Schm idt, M IDDLETO W N: I t s a W o n d e rfu l L ife fo r the scene w ith George Bailey on the bridge.

7 D eliquent taxp ayers stir ire By Kathleen McGrane Horan M A T A W A N D e lin q u e n t p r o p e r ty taxpayers m ay becom e the target o f the B o rough C o u n c il s w rath, as officials voiced anger during the D ec. 5 public m eeting over residents w ho are u n w illin g to pay th e ir taxes. F ailu re to re m it on p roperty taxes during 1988 resulted in a 7.5 percent increase in the m u n ic ip a l budget, according to M a y o r R o b ert Shuey, w ho said the reserve for uncollected taxes accounted fo r the biggest single increase in the 36 percent rise in the borough s tax bill. I f we are serious about reducing taxes, we have to becom e m in i-ta x collectors, said Shuey, w ho said a list o f d elin quent tax payers com piled by the borough tax collecto r was o f pretty good size. Shuey said he was n ot targeting people w ho w ere struggling to survive financially, b ut rather businesses that appear to be th riv in g yet fail to pay th e ir property taxes. H e suggested that the council take it upon them selves to confront those ow ing m oney to the borough. T h e m o re we collect by Jan. 1, the less the a m o u n t w ill be fo r the reserve fo r uncollected taxes in next year s budget, Shuey said. C o u n cilm an James Shea, w ho chairs the borough s finance com m ittee, said the council should w o rk to add to the tax structure to m eet the dem ands o f the 1990 budget and p revent a recurrence o f last year s tax rise. THE-INOEPENDENT,-DECEMBER13, Cynthia Nurmi, owner of BOUCHE, located at 4 Broad St., Red Bank, travels extensively for her shop, seeking new designers. The 'unknown designers' enable me to bring to the customers the latest ideas of fashion at very affordable prices. "W e create our own 'look' Cynthia says.' W e do not follow the trends set by the comm ercial design houses. Our customers have com e to know this and this is one of the very important reasons they shop at BOUCHE. Our customer comes to my shop to find w hat they cannot find anywhere else.' W hat is refreshing at BOUCHE is the range of prices. You can purchase a beautiful one-of-a-kind separate for only $32, or an outrageous evening ensemble. W hether big or small, every item is special. Explains Nurmi, "W e are not an 'exclusive shop', the only thing exclusive about BOUCHE is our designers." BOUCHE has extended holiday hours starting Dec. 13th: Mon- Fri. 10-9, Sat. 10-6, Sun. Dec. 17th 12-5 and Sun. Dec. 24th 9-5. W eekdays park at G lobe Parking G arag e (BOUCHE pays) one short block from store. West Front St. & Harding. L I l D I S B Jewelerswithapasion forunusualdesignandvalue. Jewelryhandpickedfromalcornersoftheworld Andcreatedonthepremises.Aljewelryis14Kand 18K,sparklingdiamondsandgems,sterling acesories,repairs,andthere'smore. ALWAYSDISCOUNTED. LocatedinPathmarkMarlboroPlazaatthe intersectionofroute9&520,englishtown. OpenMondaythruThursdayandSaturday from10to6,friday'stil8.opensunday's indecemberfrom1to4. * CalforourextendedHolidayHours, (201) L l l O I S - B J E W E L R Y Bold,New,Contemporary

8 8 DECEMBER13, 1989, THEINDEPENDENT W H A T S H A P P E N I N G FUTURE A H a w a ii/s a n Francisco trip w ill be sponsored by the G le n w o o d C lu b o f O ld B rid g e /M a ta w a n Feb T h e price is $ 2,199 per person (double occupany and includes bus and d riv e r s tip to and fro m N e w a rk A irp o rt, ro u nd trip airfare, a ll in te r island flights (three islands), all transfers and baggage handling, 12 nights first class hotels, 13 m eals and d in ner shows, sightseeing tours, and free cancellation insurance. F o r itin e ra ry and reservations, call A trip to the M ead ow lan ds to see Ice Capades 50th A n niversary w ill be sponsored by the T herap eutic R ecreation Services o f M o n m o u th C o u n ty P ark System on Feb. 2. P articipants w ill leave at 5:45 p.m. fro m T h o m p so n P ark, M id d le to w n, and retu rn 11 p.m. Show tim e is 7:30 p.m. F o r registration and fu rth e r in fo rm atio n, call A trip to see T h e M oscow Circus at R a d io C ity M u s ic H a ll w ill be sponsored by the M id d le to w n D e p a rtm e n t o f Parks and R ecreation on Jan. 19. T h e cost is $30 per person and includes orchestra seats and deluxe ro u n d trip transportation,' w hich w ill depart a t 5:30 p.m. fro m the Johnson G ill A n n ex at to w n h all and returen a t ap p ro xim ately 11:30 p.m. Tickets can be-purchased at the Parks and R ecreation O ffice a t C roydon H a ll, Leonardo, and the deadline fo r p urchasing tickets is Jan. 12. F o r fu rth e r in fo r m a tio n, call A trip to the M ead o w lan d s A ren a to see T h e Ice Capades w ill be sponsored by the M id d le to w n D e p a rtm e n t o f Parks and Recreation on Feb. 3. T h e cost is $22 per person w hich includes deluxe round trip transportation. Tickets can be purchased at the D e p artm e n t o f Parks and R ecreation office at C roydon H a ll, Leonardo, u n til Jan. 26. Participants w ill leave at 1:30 p.m. fro m the Johnson G ill A n n e x a t to w n h all and return at approxim ately 6:45 p.m. F o r further in fo rm a tio n, call WEDNESDAY,DEC.13 ~ Q uest w ill m eet at 7:45 p.m. every W e d nesday at F irs t U n ita ria n C hurch, 1475 W est F ro n t St., Lincroft. A ll interested singles are in v ite d to jo in the organ ization each week fo r group discussions, special p ro grams, m usic, dancing and a place to m eet new people. T h e C ancer S upport G roup o f Bayshore C o m m u n ity H o sp ital, H o lm d e l, w ill m eet at 7:30 p.m. on W ednesdays, D ec. 13 and 27, in the fo u rth flo o r lounge o f the hospital. F o r fu rth e r in fo rm a tio n, call A special presentation on holidays w ill be sponsored by the G re a te r H o lm d e l C hapter o f W p m e n s A m eric a n O R T 4:15-5 p.m. at the H o lm d e l L ib ra ry. T h e story o f C h an u - kah w ill be to ld and w h y it is called the Festival o f Lights. T was the night before C hristm as w ill also be read. F o r further in fo rm a tio n, call P repared B ig B ro th e r/b ig Sister o f R iv e r v ie w M e d ic a l C enter, R e d B ank, w ill m eet 4-5:30 p.m. in classroom 3 and 4. T h e prog ram is designed to help expectant parents prepare th e ir c hild ren fo r the new baby s b irth. R egistration is necessary. F o r fu rth er in fo rm a tio n, call T h e K eypo rt group o f L a Leche League w ill m eet at 7:30 p.m. in a m em b er s hom e in Aberdeen. T h e topic w ill be n u tritio n and w eaning. Encouragem ent and in fo rm atio n w ill be offered to m others w ho w ish to b re a s tfe e d t h e ir b a b ie s. B a b ie s a re w e l com ed. F o r fu rth e r in fo rm atio n, call o r T h e A tla n tic H ig h la n d s T o w n Chorus w ill be presented by th e -A tla n tic H ighlands H is to ric a l Society at its m eeting at 8 p.m. at the S en ior C itizen B u ild in g at the harbor. T h e gifted and talented class at the A tlan tic H ig h lands grade school w ill present th eir o rigin al b o o k A P ictorial H is to ry o f A tla n tic H ig hlands, Spring 1989 to the society fo r its archives. T h e b ook o f 100 pictures was photographed and edited by the class. T h e m eeting is open to the public. A C hristm as luncheon w ill be sponsored by the R ed B ank A rea C h ristian W o m e n s C lu b n oon-2 p.m. at the R am ad a In n, R oute 35, H a lze t. A fashion show featuring blouses fro m Blouse T o w n, M id d le to w n Plaza, w ill be presented. Special m usic w ill be provided by June Zw eiacher, H azlet, and Sue Johnson, Livingston, w ill be the speaker. A free nursery w ill be provided. Tickets are $7.75 and reservations are essential. F o r furth er in fo rm atio n, call or A n advanced money folding class w ill be sponsored by the M o n m o u th C o un ty P ark System 7-8:30 p.m. at T h o m p so n Park, N e w m a n Springs R oad, L in cro ft. T h is class is designed fo r those w ho have a basic knowledge o f m oney folding or o f origam i. Students w ill have the o p p o rtu n ity to learn h ow to create a m oney tree, a rose and an elephant. T h e cost is $7.50 and registration is required, for fu rth er in fo rm atio n, call N a tu re, M o m (or D a d ) and M e, a pare n t/c h ild nature appreciation program, w ill be sponsored by the M o n m o u th C o un ty P ark system a.m. at the H o lm d e l P ark A c tiv ity C enter, Longstreet R oad, H o lm d el. T h e session w ill include a craft, a nature w alk, and an a n im a l dem onstration. T h e fee is $2 per person and registration is required. F o r fu rth er in fo rm atio n, call Cottage C rafts H o lid a y Boutique, 43 M a in St., H o lm d e l, w ill be open through D ec. 23. T h e new hours are 10 a.m.-6 p.m. M o n d ay-s atu rd ay and noon-6 p.m. Sunday. F o r fu rth e r in fo rm atio n, call A holiday museum gift shop sale and an exhib it and sale o f the w o rk o f the N e w Jersey Designer Craftsm en w ill be sponsored by the M o n m o u th C o un ty H isto rical A ssociation 10 a.m.-4 p.m. M o n d ay-s atu r- day through D ec. 23 at the A lle n House, R o u t e 3 5 a n d S y c a m o r e A v e n u e, Shrewsbury. F o r fu rth er in fo rm atio n, call THURSDAY,DEC.14 T h e D iabetes S upport G roup o f Bayshore C o m m u n ity H o sp ital, H o lm d e l, w ill m eet at 7:30 p.m. in coference ro o m B at the hospital. F or further info rm ation, call A dance p arty w ill be sponsored by Singles A gain Inc. fo r single adults at 9 p.m. and o rientatio n for newcom ers at 8:30 p.m. at T h e Colts N e c k In n, R o ute 537, Colts N eck. N o n-m em bers are w elcom ed. A pediatric pre-adm ission tour w ill be held at 10:30 a.m. at R iv e rv ie w M ed ic a l Center, R ed Bank. I t is recom m ended the to u r be taken appro xim ately one w eek p rio r to adm isison. F o r fu rth er in fo rm atio n or to register, call A n orientation of the hom e-like birthing ro o m fo r parents w ho w ill be using it fo r the b irth o f th e ir child w ill be offered by R iv e r v ie w M e d ic a l Center, R e d B ank, at 7 p.m. F o r registration, call T h e G alilee Ringers o f the First Presbyteria n C hurch, R ed Bank, w ill be presented by T h e M o n m o u th A rts F ou nd ation M u sic Association at a m usical coffee h o u r at 10 a.m. in the c o m m u n ity ro o m o f the eastern branch o f the M o n m o u th C o un ty L ib rary, R o ute 35, Shrewsbury. T h is program is free and open to the public. T h e M o n m o u th C am era C lub w ill m eet at 8 p.m. in the m usic ro o m o f R a rita n H ig h School, H azlet. D r. C h ristin e H aycock w ill judge the slide and p rin t contest.. A ll are invited. F o r further info rm ation, call o r A H o lid a y Centerpiece program w ill be sponsored by the M o n m o u th C o un ty P ark System 7-9 p.m. at M e m o ria l School in U n io n Beach. Participants w ill have the opp o rtu n ity to create a h oliday accent fo r the hom e w ith the use o f evergreens, berries, cones and pods, accented by w h ite m um s and a red bow. T he cost is $ 15 and registratio n is required. F o r fu rth er in fo rm atio n, call A service o f prayers fo r healing w ill be offered by T h e O rd e r o f St. L uke at 7:30 p.m. at the Shrewsbury A venu e A M E Z io n C hurch, W est Bergen Place and Shrewsbury A venue, R ed Bank. M em bers o f all area churches are in v ite d. T h e order is open to clergy and la ity o f all denom inations. In fo r S A N T A G IV E S G IF T S Brennans open doors, hearts Patrick J. Ross C O L T S N E C K R o bert and P atricia B rennan, owners o f D u e Process F arm in Colts N eck, gave a little o f w hat they have back to the c om m u nity. T h e B re n n e n s, in c o n ju c tio n w ith U n ite d W ay, held a C hristm as p arty on M o n d a y fo r m ore than 300 handicapped children. T h e Brennans bought a present fo r each o f the children w ho attended the party. W e re sharing w h at we have. W e feel w e can have an im p act on sharing in the c o m m u n ity, P atricia B rennan said. T h e B re n n a n s h a v e s p o n s o re d th e p arty fo r eight years, according to P atricia Brennan. Along w ith gifts the children w ere treated to ham burgers, hot dogs, juice and chips. Seven years ago the Brennans offered th e ir services to U n ite d W a y, L au ra J. M oo re, director o f com m unications for m ation: or T h e N o rth e rn M o n m o u th C h ap ter o f the N e w Jersey A ssociation o f W o m e n Business O w ners w ill h old a breakfast m eeting at 8:30 a.m. at the O yster P o in t H o te l, R ed Bank. W o m e n interested in attending the m eeting can contact D o ris K u lm a n at W o m e n interested in learning m ore about N J A W B O can contact D r. D o ris L azu r- U garte at A w inter choral concert w ill be presented by the choral d epartm ent o f M id d le to w n H ig h School N o rth at 8 p.m. in the high school aud ito riu m. T h e choirs participating are the W o m e n s C horale, C h am b er C h oir, C oncert C h oir, M ad rig a l Singers and M e n s C h o ir u nder the direction o f M a r k D e M a - reo. H ig hlighted in this presentation w ill be M o z a rt s Laudate D o m in u m fro m the Solem n Vespers w ith soloist Patrice Papw o rth as w ell as choral selections fro m H a n d e l s M essiah under the d irectio n o f guest conductor Jim Larrabe. A dm ission is free. the U.iite d W a y explained. Photograph by William Perlman Santa C laus has m ade plenty of ap p earances lately, but at Due Pro cess Farm in Colts N eck he distributed gifts. R achel and Neal Levine and friends Ja m ie and Colleen W hite are only a few of the children who still believe in Santa enough to m ake him come back and vist them every year. U n ite d W a y acted as the coordinator fo r the p arty and the Brennans provided the p arty itself, M o o re said. Before the party the children decided w h at presents they w anted. A ccording to M o o r e, th e B r e n n a n s p r o v id e d th e m oney fo r the presents and people fro m th e a g e n c ie s d id th e a c tu a l b u y in g, M o o re explained. Santa Claus, w ith the help o f a faith fu l elf, pulled each present fro m hissack. T yp ic a l presents w ere L ite Brights, Big W heels, and Tyke Trykes. In keeping w ith tra d itio n, Santa flew to and from the party. T h e old e lf decided to use a helicopter instead o f the sleigh, because the reindeer were busy preparing fo r the big night. T h e Association for R etarded Citizens, th e E a r ly In t e r v e n t io n P ro g ra m a n d U n ite d Cerebal Palsy were am ong the groups that helped the kids meet Santa. T h e H o lm d e l Republican C lub w ill hold its annual election o f officers at its regular m eeting at 8 p.m. a t the H o lm d e l Tow nship H a l l FRIDAY,DEC.15 A N e w Y e a r s E ve celebration w ill be sponsored by St. Joseph Knights o f C olum bus, R o ute 35, K e y p o rt, at the council hom e. A n early and late buffet w ill be featured along w ith m usic. Tickets are $35 per person. T o d ay is the deadline for reservations. C all o r A blood drive sponsored by C entral Jersey B lood B ank w ill be held 9 a.m.-2 p.m. at M id d le to w n H ig h School N o rth, T in d a ll R o ad, M id d le to w n. A S n ack w ith S anta w ill be sponsored by the G F W C M a ta w a n Jun ior W o m a n s C lu b 10:30-11:30 a.m. at the M ataw an- Aberdeen L ib rary. Each child w ill have the o p p ortu nity to have a picture taken w ith Santa and receive juice and cookies. D o nation is $1. N o registration is necessary.

9 I WdU/tJrtaUOTI 3n I,CI w THEINDEPENDENT, DECEMBER13, open house w ill be held 11 it T h e O pen C enter, In c., 133 Red Bank. Therapists and adpersonnel w ill be availab le to m ation about professional serportunities. F o r fu rth e r in fo r group fo r M o n m o u th C o unty hi epilepsy and th e ir fam ilies :30 p.m. in conference ro o m A C o m m u n ity H o sp ital, H o lm - itatives o f the Epilepsy F o u n - / Jersey w ill speak on a vailable ell as current trends and adfield o f epilepsy. F o r fu rth e r :all dale Com puter U sers G ro u p 7:30 p.m. on the cam pus o f o m m u n ity College, L in c ro ft. I be Special C o m p u te r A p p lied by E arl B row n, a m em ber! w ill dem onstrate h o w an avfam ilia r w ith basic D O S com - se his P C to establish a hom e le o f m a in ta in in g com fo rt, selergy savings. T h e dem onstra- )l!ow ed by a question and an- T h e public is in v ite d. F o r nform ation, call \Y,DEC.16 i S tate N u -V o ic e C lu b fo r L a - w ill m eet at 9 a.jn. in the o f R iv e rv ie w M e d ic a l Center, :o r fu rth e r in fo rm a tio n, call C lu b o f R iv e rv ie w M e d ic a l lank, w ill m eet a t 10:30 a.m. in :r A u d ito riu m. A ll interested > attend. F o r fu rth e r in fo rm a Cheesequake State P ark, O ld e sponsored by Shore Singles, /ill m eet at 11 a.m. at P arkw ay m u te r parking lot. T h e fee is ers and $ 4 fo r non-m em bers, form ation, call onderland, a concert o f tra d i- nas m usic sung in the b arw ill be presented by the R ed hap ter o f the Society fo r the and Encouragem ent o f B artet Singing In A m eric a, Inc. at Ocean T o w n s h ip H ig h School, renue, O cean T o w nship. T ic k - i can be purchased at the box irth e r in fo rm atio n, call 229-,m. es S H A R E order pick up w ill i-2 p.m. at St. John s U n ite d h u rc h, F lo re n c e A v e., 'urther info rm atio n, call 566- ght O u t (fo u r m ale dancers) ored by the A m eric a n Legion Dort, at 8 p.m. F o r fu rth e r in - il DEC.17 le obstetrics u n it fo r prospeci l l be held at 3:15 p.m. at R iv - ;al C enter, R ed B ank. Phone necessary. F o r fu rth e r in fo r- egister, call lated C hristm as C ards propresented by the children and o f the Sunday School at the Church o f M a ta w a n, 232 M a in a t 7 p.m. fiacher, concert and recording je a r at 10:45 a.m. a t the First ti o f K eyport. DEC.18 louse w ill be hosted by T h e F o u n d atio n to b en efit th e ir D S-related issues 7-11 p.m. at afe, 144 Bay A v e., H ighlands, t w ill be p ro vid ed in the cofadition, including m usic and js. A $ 15 per person d onation requested. In a d d itio n, gournd teas and specialty pastries e to help raise funds. F o r furon, call y Escapade for youngsters L IG H T S N O W F A L L S Photograph by Chet Gordon About two inches of snow fell on Colts Neck and the surrounding communities Friday, when this lone horse w as photographed. The snow cau sed minor traffic d elays but by Saturday all that w as left of the snow w as on open field s and rooftops. Snow continued yesterday, and the forecast for the rest of the w eek is cold and partly cloudly with a ch an ce of flurries. aged 3*/2-5 w ill be sponsored by the M o n m o u th C o u n ty P ark System 9 a.m.-noon at the D o rb ro o k P ark A c tiv ity C enter, R o ute 537, C olts N e c k. T h e program w ill include games, stories, a rt and crafts a n d /o r music appropriate to the season. T h e cost is $11 and registration is required. F o r further in fo rm a tio n, call TUESDAY,DEC.19 T h e E xp lorers C lu b o f Bayshore C o m m u n ity H o sp ital, H o lm d e l, w ill m eet at 6 p.m. in conference ro o m A o f the hospital. F o r fu rth e r in fo rm a tio n, call A blood drive sponsored by C entral Jersey B lood B ank w ill be held 9 a.m.-1:30 p.m. at R e d B ank C atholic, 10 Peter s Place, R ed Bank. A C h an u kah Centerpiece program w ill be sponsored by the M o n m o u th C o un ty P ark System 7-9 p.m. at D eep C u t Park, R ed H ill R oad, M id d le to w n. P articipants w ill have the o p p ortu nity to create a h oliday decoration fo r the hom e using evergreens, cones, pods, tapers, and blue and w hite accents. T h e cost is $ 2 0 and registration is required. F or further info rm ation, call T h e F irs t Presbyterian C hurch, A tlan tic H ighlands, w ill kick o ff its year-long 100th anniversary celebration w ith 100 peals o f the church bell. T h e bell w ill be rung by various m em bers o f the church 10 a.m.- noon and 6-8 p.m. WEDNESDAY,DEC.20 \ Q uest w ill meet at 7:45 p.m. every W ed nesday at F irst U n ita ria n C hurch, 1475 W est F ro n t St., Lincroft. A ll interested singles are in v ite d to jo in the organization each week fo r group discussions, special programs, m usic, dancing and a place to m eet new people. A breastfeeding class fo r expectant and new m others w ill be offered by R iv e rv ie w M e d ic a l Center, R e d B ank, 7-9 p.m. in the Blaisdell C enter for H ealth Resources. Registration is required. F o r further in fo rm a tio n o r to register, call Prepared B ig B ro th e r/b ig Sister o f R iv e r v ie w M e d ic a l C enter, R ed B ank, w ill m eet 4-5:30 p.m. in classroom 3 and 4. T h e prog ram is designed to help expectant parents prepare th e ir children fo r the new baby s b irth. R egistration is necessary. F o r furth er in fo rm a tio n, call A blood drive sponsored by C entral Jersey B lood B ank w ill be held 8 a.m.-1:30 p.m. at M id d le to w n H ig h School South, 501 N u ts - w a m p R o ad, M id d le to w n, and 6-8:30 p.m. at W C N J, A irp o rt Plaza, R o u te 36, H azlet. R epresentative F ra n k Pallone J r., D -N.J,. w ill h old a tow n m eeting fo r residents o f the N avesin k, Locust and M o n m o u th H ills sections o f M id d le to w n at 7:30 p.m. at the N a v e s in k L ib ra ry, com er o f M o n m o u th and Sears A venues, M id d le to w n. THURSDAY,DEC.21 A dance p arty w ill be sponsored by Singles A gain Inc. fo r single adults at 9 p.m. and o rientatio n fo r newcom ers a t 8:30 p.m. a t T h e Colts N e c k In n, R o u te 537, Colts N eck. N o n-m em bers are welcom ed. A pediatric pre-adm ission tour w ill be held a t 10:30 a.m. at R iv e rv ie w M ed ic a l C enter, R e d B ank. I t is recom m ended the to u r be taken appro xim ately one w eek p rio r to adm ission. F o r fu rth er in fo rm a tio n o r to register, call A n ongoing support group designed to help diabetics understand th e ir condition and becom e participants in th e ir ow n health care w ill be sponsored by R iv e rv ie w M e d i cal Center, R ed Bank, 7-9 p.m. in the Blaisdell Center for H e a lth Resources. F o r further in fo rm atio n, call T h e M id d le to w n L a Leche League w ill m eet at 8 p.m. in a m em ber s hom e. N u tr i tio n and W eanin g w ill be the topic. T h is is the last in a series o f fou r discussion m eetings w hich is designed to provide in fo rm a tio n about introd ucing solids, allergies, and tips on w eaning techniques. M others-to-be and m others w ith th e ir nursing infants are in v ite d. F o r fu rth e r in fo rm a tio n, call or A C h an u kah m em orial lightin g cerem o- ney w ill be sponsored by the M a ta w a n C h ap ter o f W o m e n s A m erican O R T at 4:30 p.m. at the M a ta w a n P u blic L ib rary, M a in Stree, M ata w a n. F o r fu rth er in fo rm atio n, call SATURDAY,DEC.23 ' T h e G arden S tate N tl-v o ic e C lu b for L a ryngectomees w ill m eet at 9 a.m. in the B oard R o o m o f R iv e rv ie w M e d ic a l Center, R ed Bank. F o r fu rth er in fo rm atio n, call / SUNDAY,DEC.24 T h e fa m ily candlelight service w ill be held a t 7:30 p.m. at the F irst B aptist C hurch o f M a ta w a n, 232 M a in St., M a ta w a n, and its m id n ig h t candlelight service w ill begin at 11:30 p.m. A special C hristm as E ve service w ill be held at 7 p.m. at the F irst B aptist C hurch o f K eyport. T h e L u th e ran C hurch o f the G o o d Shepherd, H o lm d e l, w ill h old regular service at 8:15 and 10:45 a.m.; fam ily vespers, children s choir, and children s message at 7 p.m.; and h o ly c o m m u n io n and candlelighting at 1 1 p.m. T h e C h ristm as serm on, F o llo w in g the S tar, w ill be given by R e v. John E. Bates at the 11 a m. service o f w orship at the Bayshore C o m m u n ity C hurch, N o rth M id d le tow n. T h e fa m ily candlelight service w ill be held a t 7:30 p.m. WEDNESDAY,DEC.27 Q uest w ill m eet a t 7:45 p.m. every W e d nesday at F irs t U n ita ria n C h urch, 1475 W est F ro n t St., Lin cro ft. A ll interested singles are in v ite d to jo in the org an izatio n each week fo r group discussions, special programs, m usic, dancing and a place to m eet new people. Prepared B ig B ro th e r/b ig Sister o f R iv e r v ie w M ed ic a l C enter, R e d B ank, w ill m eet 4-5:30 p.m. in classroom 3 and 4. T h e program is designed to help expectant parents prepare th e ir children fo r the new baby s b irth. R egistration is necessary. F o r fu rth er in fo rm atio n, call THURSDAY,DEC.28 A dance party w ill be sponsored by Singles A gain Inc. fo r single adults at 9 p.m. and o rientatio n fo r newcom ers at 8:30 p.m. at T h e C olts N e c k In n, R o u te 537, Colts N eck. N o n -m em b ers are w elcom ed. A pediatric pre-adm ission tour w ill be held a t 10:30 a.m. a t R iv e rv ie w M ed ic a l C enter, R e d B ank. I t is recom m ended the to u r be taken ap p ro xim ately one week p rio r to adm ission. F o r fu rth er in fo rm a tio n or to register, call A babysitting course fo r aged 11 o r older w ill be offered by Bayshore C o m m u n ity H o sp ital, H o lm d e l, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. in conference ro o m A o f the hospital. T h e program is designed to teach the essential o f in fa n t and c hild care, including establishing a safe env iro n m e n t, basic first aid, and A m erican H e a rt A ssociation in fa n t/c h ild C P R and d r o w n in g re s u s c ita tio n. T h e fee is $ 3 0 w hich includes all course m aterials and refreshem ents. A discount fo r lunch in the hospital s cafeteria w ill be offered. Registratio n is required. T o register o r fo r fu rth er in fo rm atio n, call SATURDAY,DEC.30 T h e G ard en S tate N u -V o ic e C lu b fo r L a ryngectom ees w ill m eet at 9 a.m. in the B oard R o o m o f R iv e rv ie w M e d ic a l Center, R ed B ank. F o r fu rth e r in fo rm atio n, call A h ik e a t A lla ire State P ark, W a ll T o w n ship, w ill be sponsored by Shore Singles. P articipants w ill m eet at 11 a.m. at P arkw ay E x it 105 c o m m u te r p arking lot. T h e fee is $3 fo r m em bers and $ 4 fo r non-m em bers. F o r fu rth e r in fo rm a tio n, call

10 1 O DECEM BER 13, 1989, THE INDEPENDENT Bags Plus Handbags & Accessories Fine Ladies Fashion Casual Clothes Dressy Formal Wear Black Tie Affair Dresses or Gowns HOURS: M on., Tues.. W ed., F ri., 10-6 T h u rs. 10-7:30 S a t Route 34, Matawan SU ZY Q COUPONS Witt even ;< cjiwot be cooil &p $ 2 0 o f f Exp N utcracker set for stage at Monmouth T h e Ballet C om p an y o f the Performing Arts Ensemble w ill present three performances o f T he N utcracker this weekend at M o n m o u th College. T h e shows are at 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. Saturday and 3 p.m. Sunday. A final presentation w ill be Dec. 30 at the Spring Lake Com m u nity Theatre w ith 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. performances. Tickets are $8 for adults and $7 for children and senior citizens. Special group rates are also available. For people on the go... U 4 N O H M H A S IT A L L! Featuring Low est Prices On 1 C O L L E C T I O N I S E R I E S Last week the group perform ed at M id dletow n High School N orth. The Perform ing Arts Ensemble is a county organization funded in part by a grant fro m the M o n m o u th C o un ty Arts Council and the N.J. State C ouncil on the Arts. T h e largest part o f T h e N utcracker cast is m ade up o f students selected from auditions, w hile the leads generally are danced by professionals. T he ballet company includes several N e w Y o rk guest artists and uses full professional scenery. T his year s cast includes A n n Chretien and G in a D eg regorio, both M iddletow n, and Lisa R enk, alternating in the role o f C lara. C om p an y principal Patricia D ie k e r is partnered w ith R andy James, a permanenl guest artist who is a member o f the D an W agoner Dance Co.. N ew Y o rk. Several N e w Y o rk scholarship students also appear in the production. G i v e y o u r s e f a n e w b o d y f o r C h r i s t m a s. I You are always so thoughtful when it comes to selecting gifts for others; it s time you did something nice for yourself. Treat yourself to the gift of fitness. C e n t e r I be uvif>h/-joss professionals. S U S A N i t r i M It sworththetripfromanywherethe The M a r k e t p l a c e M ATAW AN R o u te O utlet S to re En g lish tow n Auction (B ro w n Bldg.) M a r k e t p l a c e P R IN C ET O N R o u te 2 7 & M a rk e tp la c e S to re H ours: Daily 10-6 Thurs & Fri Sun p.m. Gift Certificate* Our Holiday Gift To You *50 O f f Complete Program N ot Retroactive. Not valid with any other offer. Exp " * H N s A H w y. 34 & Broad Street, M ataw an

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McOonatts s Hess Sta.) MANAHAWKIN Rl 72-Siartoard Baza (next to OM Tonne Tavern) Open 7 Days Mon. Fri Sat, 10-6 Sun K E Y P O R T T h e F ro n t Street Extension project has been m o ved back on the fro nt burner, at least tem porarily. A t last w eek s Borough C ouncil m eeting, a resolution w hich w ould have authorized the borough attorney to m ove forw ard acq u irin g clear title for extension o f First Street was deleted, b ut it was scheduled to be reintroduced at this week s meeting. T h e deletion cam e about w hen several council m em bers questioned the cost o f req uired appraisals. B u t according to M a y o r Edw ard F lynn, the council agreed, apparently in closed session ju s t a week or so earlier, to go ahead w ith the action. T h e resolution w ould authorize acquisitio n o f portions o f tw o W est F ro n t Street lots, including rip arian rights, one o f three w ays: b y n e g o tia tio n, c o n d e m n a tio n o r q u iet title action. T h e latter m eans to prove in court th a t the borough is already the o w n er o f the property. T h e borough holds title to all b u t tw o properties that w ould affect plans to realign A m erican Legion D riv e w ith F irs t Street. A lthough it does n ot ow n all the necessary rip arian rights, it is in a position to apply for them. O ne o f the property owners, Ed Burlew, w ho owns the Seaport M in i-m a ll, said after last w eek s m eeting, there is no point in condem nation because the tow n does not have the m oney. H e said when the new council is established after the first o f the year the conflict w ill be w orked out. H e has applied to the state for rip arian rights fro m his rear lo t line into the bay. T h e second property where the borough does not have clear rights is 31 W est Fro nt Street, a shoe rep air shop owned by R u dy Ferrara. B urlew said he has sat dow n w ith council m em bers before but th e ir dem ands are too high. C o u n cilm an A rth u r Sznyter, w ho said during last week s meeting, W e re just trying to tie up lose ends, said later, T h is is one o f the things the county w ants. W e should have clear title. T h e F irst Street Extension w ould require county funding to the tune o f o ver $1 m illio n. Previously the county has sought engineering and traffic studies as a prerequisite to considering fun din g fo r the county road extension. T h e council declined to m ove ahead w ith those studies this fall, citing the cost. Also the tw o councilm en-elect, Bob M c Leod and B ill H ansen, d urin g the election cam paign said, they w ere n ot interested in going forw ard w ith the project. T h e com plicated title p ro blem dates back to the m id 1960s w hen the borough began acquiring property fo r the construction o f A m erican Legion D riv e a n d an adjacent bulkhead. A t that tim e the borough sought to acquire rights to all land at the rear o f W est F ro n t Street lots that back up to A m eric a n Legion D riv e. B y purchasing the narrow strip o f property between the rear lo t lin e and the high w ater lin e, the borough becam e the so-called u pland property owner. As such it could acquire rip arian lands previously flow ed by w a te r and claim ed by the state. B u t som eone apparently dropped the ball. I t is n ot entirely clear h o w the m ix up came about leaving the borough w ith o u t clear title b ehind the m in i-m a ll and 31 W est F ro n t Street. T h e proposed F irst Street Extension has been on the draw ing boards since the early 1980s. T h e controversy over title arose last Febru ary when B urlew m ade public a title search done by T rid e n t A bstract C o m p an y w hich showed the missing links.

13 Indirect run by ferryb o at bugs council By Marilyn Duff K E Y P O R T T h e Borough- C o u n cil is annoyed that T N T H yd rolin es, the ferryboat service which operates out o f the borough, no longer m akes a direct run to South Street Seaport in lo w er M an hattan. Tom Bruyere, president o f the line, confirm ed last week that the ferry stops at 69th Street in the B a y R id ge section o f Bro o k lyn. B u t he said the ferry goes right by there and under n orm al w eather condition s should not add m ore than five to seven m inutes (to the rid e ). C oun cilm an John M e rla said riders annoyed by the change told h im the service is delayed up to 17 m inutes by the added stop. I d on t th in k they re being fa ir, he said at last w eek s council m eeting, questioning i f there is anythin g in the borough s contract w ith T N T th a t requires a d irect run. H e also said he does n ot th in k the borough is getting the best service anym ore. A n d M a y o r E d w a r d F ly n n q u e s tio n e d w hether the change m ig h t cause thfe borough to end up w ith no riders. Bruyere said he d id not recall a requirem e n t fo r non-stop service betw een K e y p o rt and M a n h a tta n. Asked about ridership, B ruyere said curre n t ridership o u t o f K e y p o rt is n ot as good as w e w o u ld lik e. R id ership each w ay app ro xim ates 50 to 6 0 w ith an a d d itio n a l 25 to 30 passengers picked up in B rooklyn. T h e ferry capacity is 150. B ruyere said the extra stop was added w hen ano ther service w ent o ut o f business and the N e w Y o rk C ity D e p a rtm e n t o f Ports & T ra d e sought service to Bay Ridge. H a n d - W r i s t - F o r e a r m / M i c r o s u r g e r y A M ic r o s u r g ic a l a n d H a n d R e h a b ilit a t io n T e a m Kenneth M. Chekofsky, M.D. D iplom ate A m erican B o a rd of O rth opedic S u rg ery C ertification of A dded Q ualification H and S u rg e ry Steven L. Oreck, M.D. D iplom ate A m erican B o a rd of O rth opedic S u rg e ry C ertification of A dded Q ualification H and S u rg e ry Gary M. P e ss, M.D. D iplom ate A m erican B o a rd of O rth opedic S u rg e ry qnt i r^k* 6por q-3p;.; '*Jrj THE INDEPENDENT, DECEM BER 13, 1989 T a k e G r e a t P r i d e a n d P l e a s u r e i n a n n o u n c i n g t h e o p e n i n g o f o u r N o r t h M o n m o u t h C o u n t y O f f i c e ONE BETHANY ROAD HAZLET, NEW JER SEY (201) Specializing in: Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Hand/Wrist/Forearm Fractures, Crush Injuries, Amputations, Trigger Fingers, Hand and Finger Contractures, Dupuytren s Disease, Tendon and Nerve Injuries/Lacerations, Hand/ Wrist Arthritis, Joint Replacements, Hand Infections, Ganglions and Tumors. O ther O ffices 777 W est Park Ave. 535 Iron Bridge Rd. 664 Com m on W ay O akhurst, N.J Freehold, N.J T o m s River, N.J (201) (201) (201) HOUR AVAILABILITY ' How to find enough hours in the day. 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14 1 4 DECEM BER 13, 1989, THE INDEPENDENT FIREWOOD MixedHardwoodcutandsplit15"to24"lengths F u l l C o r d D r i v e w a y D e l i v e r e d $ F u l l C o r d P r i c e P i c k e d - u p $ H a l f C o r d D r i v e w a y D e l i v e r e d $70.00 H a l f C o r d P r i c e P i c k e d - u p $60.00 CALL TODAY AskForMark A n d i r o n F irep lace Glass Doors Gas Logs Tools " Bellows Fireplaces A n O p e n L e t t e r t o H o l m d e l T o w n s h i p B o a r d o f E d u c a t i o n BEFORE CHRISTMAS We do the complete job! We File For All Building Permits 25 Years Experience 2074 Hwy. 35 So. Middletown We, the undersigned members of the staff of the Holmdel Township Public Schools, wish to express our great dismay at the loss of Dr. Susan LeGlise, Director of Curriculum. As was expressed by representatives from each school at the November 15, 1989 Board of Education meeting, Dr. LeGlise has been the single motivating force in creating a cohesive and comprehensive curriculum in our district. These accomplishments have been attained in spite of major obstacles and lack of support on the part of a number of Board members. As professionals, we are very discouraged! 6 & W o l & 'X n U S fd jv i' fj lc o J J U / ) im j^ h L Q u d u f (X 'Y u y jl t d tj u ^ ^ j - c r - -» / f U v d t c & t< 0 Kn/4 A / s - J j / A J U * * * * * ia_ \J U * m jjjl o a r t - + * A j D t. - i W * ( 2. 1 / ^ I f ) '-rf*99 HuhJtintnO r j f i t W j c V l /, 0 T V c H a ^ a A c ^ CJ S L.... Paid for by members of the staff of the Holmdel Township Public Schools t ) / Q u. U j k d i c L. N E W S B R I E F S HAZLET T h e Shorelands W ater Co. w ater bill in crease w ill be based upon the actual expense experience o f the com pany in 1989, the m odifications it dealt w ith, as w ell as chem ical and pow er costs, and landfill fees, said M ichael W alsh, president. J u d g e W a l t e r S u lliv a n a c c e p te d th e agreem ent and sent the proposition to the Board o f U tilitie s, w hich w ill act on it sometim e in early January. T he agreem ent was negotiated by a discussion by the public u tilities attorney, the public advocate attorney, and the attorneys i o f H a zle t and H o lm d el. N o bo dy knows w hat the rate increase w ill be yet, said W alsh in a telephone conversation, T h e accountants are closing the books on N o v e m b e r now. It w ill take tim e ' to put the records together and attach it to an agreem ent. I w ould guess the rates increase are from eight to 10 percent, he continued. In July, there w ill be a 60 to 70 percent increase, due lo the purchase w ater expenses. HOLMDEL Road im provem ents on Bethany Road have already been com pleted, but the deto u r w ill rem ain u n til Dec. 2 0 because o f the addition o f an unforseen new wall in construction, Ed Broberg, tow nship engineer, said at a T ow nsh ip C o m m itte e M eeting on Dec T h e original com pletion date was expectedon Dec. 1. T h e H a zle t adm in istratio n and people w ant a ru ral-loo king concrete w all on a piece o f private property, said Broberg, explaining the delay, T h e road was lowered, w hich requires its need. Cost o f the w all, which w ill measure app ro xim ately fo u r feet high, w ill be $13,500. T h e ad d itio n al expenditure w ill be jo in tly financed by H o lm d e l and H a zle t, as w ell as the state. W e could actually open the road tom orro w, Broberg said, A ll o f the weather-sensitive w ork on the road is done. But (because o f the w a ll) we prom ise to have the road open before Christm as. MATAWAN Borough and police officials com m ended a three-year contract fo r the borough police d e p a r tm e n t, a p p ro v e d by th e B o ro u g h C ouncil Dec. 5, offering pay raises at sixm onth intervals. T h e contract w ill offer a 3 percent pay raise as o f the Jan. 1 effective date, and a furth er 3 percent increase in June o f F or the second year o f the contract, the b i annual increases w ill be 3'A percent, and in,19-92, 3'A percent, follow ed by a 3 'k percent increase in June o f that year. P atrolm an G eorge M agnenat, w ho heads the local Police Benevolent Association representing the borough s 21 officers, praised the new contract and the council s w ork w ith the departm ent in achieving the pact. A reduction o f the speed lim it on M ill R oad fro m 50 to 25 m iles per hour was approved by the Borough C ouncil Dec. 5, and the change w ill become effective as soon as state D e p a rtm e n t o f Transportation approval is secured. Borough A tto rn ey James Cleary said he believed the D O T was currently review ing the borough s request, because the o rd i nance sanctioning the speed lim it reduction had been sent to T re n to n last m onth. T h e borough introduced the speed lim it o rd i nance at the N o v. 8 council meeting. M ill R oad, an app ro xim ately half-m ile roadw ay that connects Routes 34 and 79, is owned by the borough. It has been the subje c t o f tw o resident petitions concerning the disrepair and excessive speeds traveled on the road. N o objection to the speed lim it reduction is expected from the state, according to borough officials.

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O u t s i d e t h e k it c h e n w i n d o w, b e n e a th a d r i e d a r b o r, b i r d s f l o c k t o a fe e d e r, i n c l u d in g s o m e b ig b lu e j a y s, c h u b b y m o r n i n g d o v e s, c a r d in a ls a n d a n o c c a s io n a l h u n g r y s q u ir r e l. I n s i d e a re a b e v y o f t h r i v i n g h o u s e p l a n t s, a p la te h e a p e d f u l l o f h o m e m a d e C h r i s t m a s c o o k i e s, a n d p a s te l p a i n t i n g s c r a ft e d b y h e r o w n h a n d o f m o r e c a ts, fie rc e a n d t a m e, o n t h e w a l l. T h i s is th e h o m e o f D o r o t h y A p p l e g a t e, w h o r e tir e s J a n. I as s e c r e ta r y t o th e K e y p o r t D e t e c t i v e B u r e a u a n d C h i e f o f P o l i c e. A l i f e - l o n g K e y p o r t r e s id e n t, s h e s p o k e la s t w e e k a b o u t h e r w o r k a n d h e r r e t i r e m e n t. I n , s h e w a s o n e o f 1 0 a p p lic a n ts f o r w h a t w o u l d b e t h e f i r s t fe m a le a n d c i v i l i a n p o s i t i o n i n t h e d e p a r t m e n t. B e f o r e t h a t, she w a s a p a r t - t i m e c h u r c h s e c r e ta r y f o r n i n e y e a r s. - P e o p l e t h o u g h t I w o u l d n t l i k e t h e c h a n g e, s h e r e c a lle d. B u t s h e t o o k t h e j o b, o r i g i n a l l y t o h e lp p u t h e r o n e c h i l d t h r o u g h c o lle g e, a n d l i k e d i t. H e r s o n h a s s in c e g r a d u a t e d, m a r r i e d a n d n o w h a s h is o ld e s t c h i l d i n c o lle g e a n d a s e c o n d a b o u t t o g r a d u a te h i g h s c h o o l. A l l t h a t t i m e I w a s t r e a t e d s p e c i a l, she s a i d. E v e n t h e c r i m i n a l s f r o m w h o m she t o o k s t a te m e n ts a p p a r e n t l y s e n s e d t h a t s h e w a s s p e c ia l, f o r t h e y t r e a t e d h e r t h a t w a y, t o o, s h e s a id. AT YOUR SERVICE DOROTHY APPLEGATE S h e w o r k e d f o r f o u r c h ie fs, L e r o y H u y l a r, W i l l i a m G e i g e r, M i c h a e l K e l l e y a n d t h e c u r r e n t c h ie f, R a y m o n d L e e, w h o h a s o n e o f h e r p a s te l p a i n t i n g s, o f a h o r s e, h a n g in g i n h is o ff ic e. S h e c a lls h e r s e lf a q u i e t p e r s o n a n d L e e s a y s s h e s v e r y m o d e s t. W h e n a s k e d a b o u t t h e w o r s t i n c i d e n t s h e e x p e r ie n c e d i n h e r j o b, she r e fle c te d s a d l y o n th e d e a t h o f a c h i l d. A n d s h e r e c a lle d t h e y o u n g p e o p l e. I h a t e d t o see t h e k i d s g e t i n t r o u b l e. B u t t h e n, s h e a d d e d, T h e r e a re a lw a y s a f e w. Y o u c a n see t h e m c o m i n g. W h a t is a ls o s p e c ia l a re t h e fe e lin g s M r s. A p p l e g a t e e v o k e s f r o m h e r f o r m e r c o - w o r k e rs. S h e is l o v e d b y a ll m e m b e r s o f th e d e p a r t m e n t, s a id L e e, w h o p r e c e d e d h e r b y s ix m o n t h s a t t h e d e p a r t m e n t. S h e w a s a l w a y s lik e a m o t h e r t o m e. S h e a lw a y s g u i d e d m e a l o n g. A c c o r d i n g t o L e e, w h il e t h e d e p a r t m e n t w a n t e d t o h a v e a fa r e w e ll p a r t y, s h e s a id, N o, I d o n t w a n t a p a r t y a n d I m e a n i t. L e e t o o k h e r a t h e r w o r d. W e re s p e c te d h e r w i s h e s, h e s a id. M r s. A p p l e g a t e w a s, h o w e v e r, g i v e n a r e t i r e m e n t l u n c h e o n a t Y e C o t t a g e I n n b y b o r o u g h a n d d e p a r t m e n t w o r k e r s N o v. 9. A s f o r r e t i r e m e n t, s h e s a i d, I m is s b e i n g i n v o l v e d, b u t s h e h a s n o g r a n d s c h e m e, o n l y t o e n j o y w h a t I w a n t t o d o.

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W h i l e t h e c o m p l e x is p e r c e n t c o m p l e t e, B o r o u g h E n g i n e e r S t u a r t A l e x a n d e r s a id t h e r e is s t ill a b o u t $ 7 0,0 0 0 w o r t h o f w o r k t o b e d o n e, i n c l u d i n g t h e s i d e w a l k r e p a i r. T h e s i d e w a l k p r o b l e m, w h i c h d a t e s b a c k t o t h e fa ll o f , h a s e v o l v e d i n t o a C a t c h i n v o l v i n g S t i t c h, a n o t h e r lo c a l b u s in e s s m a n, t h e b o r o u g h a n d t h e c o u n t y : L o c a l b u s in e s s m a n E d w a r d B u r l e w, w h o o w n s t h e c o r n e r b u i l d i n g, w a n t s t h e s i d e w a l k r e t u r n e d t o it s o r i g i n a l c o n f i g u r a t i o n b e c a u s e h e h a s t o m a i n t a i n i t. A l s o, h is i n s u r a n c e c a r r i e r h a s a d v is e c l h i m t h a t i f s o m e o n e w e r e t o fa ll a n d s u e, t h e r e w o u l d b e n o j u s t i f i c a t i o n f o r d e f e n d i n g h i m b e c a u s e o f t h e e x c e s s iv e p i t c h. B u r l e w s a t t o r n e y f i r s t c o n t a c t e d t h e c o u n c i l a b o u t t h e p r o b l e m S e p t. 2 9, T h e b o r o u g h w a n t s S t i t c h, w h o p u t t h e s id e w a lk i n a s p a r t o f o f f - s it e i m p r o v e m e n t s t o t h e W a t e r f o r d C o m p l e x, t o r e c t i f y t h e p r o b l e m. B u t S t i t c h w o u l d n e e d c o u n t y a p p r o v a l, s o m e t h i n g h e re fu s e s t o s e e k, a c c o r d i n g t o A l e x a n d e r, c l a i m i n g t h e b a l l s i n y o u r ( t h e b o r o u g h s) c o u r t. T h e f i n a l p a r t i c i p a n t, t h e c o u n t y, h a d t h e c u r b m o v e d i n t o p r o v i d e a g r e a te r r a d i u s f o r t u r n i n g v e h ic le s. H o w e v e r, c o u n t y o f f ic ia ls s a y t h e y h a v e n o j u r i s d i c t i o n o v e r t h e h a z a r d o u s s id e w a lk a n d m a i n t a i n t h a t t h e i r r e s p o n s i b i l i t y e n d s a t t h e c u r b. I f S t i t c h w a n t s t o m o v e t h e c u r b b a c k o u t t o r e c t i f y t h e p r o b l e m, t h e y s a y h e s h o u l d p e t i t i o n t h e m. A l l o f t h i s d a te s b a c k t o t h e fa ll o f a n d, a c c o r d i n g t o A l e x a n d e r, w o u l d c o s t a p p r o x i m a t e l y $ 4,0 0 0 t o r e c t i f y. A l e x a n d e r b r o u g h t t h e m a t t e r u p a t la s t w e e k s m e e t i n g, s a y i n g, I t h i n k i t s t i m e w e t u r n e d i t o v e r t o t h e b o r o u g h a t t o r n e y. B u t c o u n c i l m e m b e r s d e c id e d t o a c t t h e m s e lv e s. I f s o m e o n e fa ll s, w e re a ll g o i n g t o b e i n c o u r t, s a id A l e x a n d e r. H e s a id h e h a s g o n e f u l l c ir c le i n t r y i n g t o r e m e d y t h e s i t u a t i o n, i n c l u d i n g e x t e n s i v e c o r r e s p o n d e n c e w i t h b o t h t h e c o u n t y a n d S t i t c h. A s i d e f r o m m o v i n g t h e c u r b b a c k o u t t o its p r e v i o u s c o n f i g u r a t i o n, t h e o n l y o t h e r s u g g e s te d r e m e d y h a s b e e n p u t t i n g a s te p i n b y B u r l e w s b u i l d i n g. B u r l e w d is a g r e e d w i t h t h a t, h o w e v e r, s a y i n g t h e r e n e v e r h a d b e e n o n e a n d i t w o u l d o n l y c r e a te a b ig g e r p r o b l e m. 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21 S A L E E N D S MONDAY , fhtr independent, DECEM BER 13, 'O u r nam e wllk-, ' soon change to ' M Frank s Christm NURSERY & CRAFTS America's largest Garden, Craft & j Christmas Chain. Famous for j quality, service, selection and j convenience convenienr.fi that add arid up no ' to top values for / our customers. Am erica s Favorite as Specialty Stores ristmas Trim-A-Home Sale.below. D o z e n s o f T o p S e llin g S ty le s! All 6 ft. to 7 y2-ft. Lifelike Christmas Trees OFF REG & UP C h o o s e from a huge selection of brand nam e natural-looking styles... including these favorites: A L L B A L S A M C H R I S T M A S T R E E S A L L S P R U C E C H R I S T M A S T R E E S A L L P I N E C H R I S T M A S T R E E S A L L F I R C H R I S T M A S T R E E S All include a stand and storage box and are fire retardant. Sorry, no rainchecks! Sale limited to store stock only, hurry. 25%off M a g n ific e n t B lo o m in g Poinsettias These traditional symbols of the holiday season bring warmth and good cheer to any holiday decor. Select the size and color that fits your needs. Poinsettias make great holiday accents for desks, tables and more. Store stock only. Choose: B In 4 1/2 P o t s, R e g H In 6V2 P o t s, R e g B In 8 P o t s, R e g NOVELTY DISH GAR 25% Off Off neg & up. Choice of many attractive styles and combine tons. Ideal for gifts Store stock only. All Tinsel Garland & G lass Ornaments Popular garland colors and fancy or solid glass ornaments. Store stock only. 33% off f All Christmas Light Sets Choose sets of 25 to 100 lights for use indoors or out. Plus many styles of fancy light sets. Store stock only. 33% off off reg & up Gift Collectible Shop Great selection of porcelain houses, all musicals, all snowglobes plus all sleds and sleighs. Store stock only. 25% off P R E M I U M Q U A L I T Y Fresh-Cut Trees' Lifelike Wreaths, Garlands and Candle Rings Choose from many festive styles and sizes for the holiday Store stock only 3 3 % O f f i c e s Christmas Candles Red, green or white taper, pillars and scented votives. Store stock only. 33% off off reg. 59; to 3.99 Tissue Gift Wrap Your choice of 108-sq. ft. white tissue or 36-sq. ft. red or green tissue wrap. Ideal for packaging breakables. 8 8 * Reg pack * A ll-s e a s o n s M ix e d W ild B ird F o o d Beg O Q Q 5.99 O l?? 20 lbs. Sunflower, millet and more for a well balanced diet. C o a c h la m p F e e d e r W ith P o le Res t t Q Q By North States. T s Ib. seed capacity. 50-sq. ft. Rolls Gift Wrap Choice of festive patterns printed on heavyweight, coated paper. Store stock only. Limit 6rolls per customer. off reg. 50% off Seagrass Pot Cover Includes plastic liner. Cpvers any 10" pot. 10 Plastic Planter by Weathershade S Contemporary styling in c h o ic e o f 5 c o lo rs. Hyponex Prof. Potting Mix? S Quality, all purpose, lightweight potting soil. Celebrate the Christmas holiday with old family tradition, or start a new one with a beautiful freshcut tree. Nothing welcomes the holiday quite like the beauty and fresh fragrance of a real Christmas tree. You'll relive memories of childhood Christmases with a fresh-cut tree. Choose from a wide variety of gizes and styles. TRADITIONAL BALSAM FIR An old fashioned favorite with Q Q AND beautiful fragrance. UP SCOTCH PINE Known for excellent needle retention and durability. Q Q AND UP SH EARED BALSAM FIR Pruned to a gorgeous shape. (Depending on market.) aunpd FR A SER FIR Known for striking blue tint and superior durability AND UP BWfCKTOWN. 11(j 'BricK' Blvd." atbeaverson blvd. (201) W. LONG BRANCH. Monmouth Rd. Route 71. (201) ENGLISHTOWN. Rt. 9. Four miles north of Freehold Circle. (201) HAZLET Highway 35. one block south of K-Mart. (201) HOwElL. Ht. 9. Corner of Friendship Rd. v4mi. N. of K-Mart, (201) KENVIL. Rt. 46. One mile east of Ledgewood Circle. (201) BRIDGEWATER. 794 Rt mi. S. of Somerville Circle. (201) STATEN ISLAND. 450 New Dorp Lane, off Hyland Blva. (718) M M M STORE HOURS: Mon. thru Fri. 9 to 10 Saturday 9 to 9 Sunday 9 to 6 We reserve the right to limit quantities. Sale ends Convenient Parking! No. R24689E c Flower Time

22 2 g,p i- C B < B E B THE IIW EPEflD EN T INCOME TAX DKCTORY Will Be Published January 10,1990 Thru April 18,1990 Call & Reserve Your Space Today Classified Department DIAMONDS, NOBLE METAL AND A JEWEL OF A WATCH Proud heir to a peerless legacy of precision watchm aking is the R olex D ay-d ate C hronom eter in 18kt. gold with matching, hidden-clasp President bracelet. This radiant, virtually im pregnable model with full-cut diam ond dial and bezel is self-winding and cham pagne-proof down to 165 fe e t in its seam less O yster case. As fitting on dance floor as ocean floor, it is also crafted in w hite gold and platinum. 7 * w R O L E X Q U A L IT Y A N D V A L U E FO R O V E R 100 Y E A R S F R E E H O L D 5 W. Main St Member American Gem Society R E D B A N K 36 Broad St Since 1886 Quality & Value... For over years EXTRAORDINARY DIAMONDS FOR EXTRAORDINARY WOMEN J J j o y, h o p e a n d M e r r y m a k i n g Photograph by Je ff Lysiak St. John s Methodist Church participates in the Christmas season with enthusiasm and delight. Besides a light and sound show, a living creche, many Christmas trees, art works, and a St. Nicholas room are among the variety of attractions the church features. Ethel Smale and Myrtle Walling, volunteers, flank the new pastor, the Rev. Jack Johnson, as they view a nativity scene. New pastor says happiness comes from serving others By Lauren Jaeger H A Z L E T T h e k e y t o p e r s o n a l h a p p i n e s s is s e r v i n g o t h e r s, n o t o u r s e l v e s, s a i d t h e R e v. J a c k J o h n s o n, p a s t o r a t S t. J o h n s M e t h o d i s t C h u r c h, w h o, a p p o i n t e d o n l y s ix m o n t h s a g o, r e p la c e d R e v. N o r m a n R i l e y, w h o s e r v e d f o r 4 4 y e a r s. 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I t s p u r p o s e is t o s e r v e o t h e r p e o p l e, J o h n s o n s a id, e x p l a in i n g t h a t p e o p l e w h o f e e l d e s p a ir e d a r e u s u a l l y t h e m o s t s e lf - a b s o r b e d. T o r e a c h o u t t o o t h e r s, S t. J o h n s M e t h o d i s t is i n v o l v e d w i t h I n t e r f a i t h n e ig h b o r s, a p r o g r a m t h a t c o m b i n e s t h e e f f o r t s o f v a r i o u s h o u s e s o f w o r s h i p t o h e lp t h e h o m e l e s s f a m i l i e s o f M o n m o u t h C o u n t y. T h e r e a r e a b o u t h o m e l e s s f a m i li e s l i v i n g i n h o t e l u n it s, s a i d J o h n s o n. W e w a n t t o g e t t h e m o u t. W e r a i s e t h e m o n e y to h e lp s u b s id iz e t h e r e n t. S o f a r, w e v e h e lp e d 2 7 f a m i l i e s g e t o u t o f h o t e l s t o l i v e i n a p a r t m e n t s. T h e c h u r c h a l s o g iv e s C h r i s t m a s p r e s e n t s t o n e e d y c h i l d r e n. I n o n e r o o m o f t h e c h u r c h, a la r g e b o x h o l d s m a n y c o lo r f u lly - w r a p p e d g if t s f o r t h e p o o r, a s w e l l a s a la r g e C h r i s t m a s t r e e c o n t a i n i n g t a g s p i n n e d o n b r a n c h e s. E a c h t a g g iv e s t h e n a m e a n d i n f o r m a t i o n o f t h e c h i l d t h a t r e q u e s t s a g if t f o r c h u r c h m e m b e r s w h o w i s h t o c o n t r i b u t e. A n is s u e o f s t r o n g c o n c e r n t o J o h n s o n is h a n d g u n c o n t r o l. W e b e lo n g t o N. J. C i t i z e n s t o S t o p H a n d g u n V i o l e n c e. W e m u s t c o n t r o l t h e p r o l i f e r a t i o n o f w e a p o n s i n o u r s o c ie t y. M y v i e w is b a s e d o n m y C h r i s t i a n f a i t h. H o w in G o d s n a m e c a n w e j u s t i f y t h e i n c r e a s e d u s e o f h a n d g u n s? 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T w o y e a r s l a t e r t h e t r e e r e t u r n e d m o r e f o r m a l l y, s e t u p i n f r o n t o f t h e n e w l y c o m p l e t e d R C A B u i l d i n g, t h e f l a g s h i p s k y s c r a p e r o f t h e n e w c e n t e r. S i n c e t h e n, t h e t r e e t r a d i t i o n a t t h e R o c k e f e l l e r C e n t e r h a s c o n t i n u e d u n b r o k e n i f o c c a s i o n a l l y a l t e r e d a n d is n o w a p r i m e t o u r i s t m a g n e t d u r i n g t h e h o l i d a y s e a s o n. I t s a r r i v a l, h o i s t i n g, d e c o r a t i o n a n d o f f i c i a l l i g h t i n g a t t h e C e n t e r s s k a t i n g r i n k is s o m e t h i n g o f a r i t u a l i n i t s e lf, h e r a l d e d b y p r e s s r e le a s e s, n e w s r e p o r t s, a n d t e l e v i s e d e n t e r t a i n m e n t. T h e n, r i g h t a f t e r N e w Y e a r s, t h e w h o l e s h o w c o m e s d o w n a n d d i s a p p e a r s o v e r n i g h t. Like s o many N e w Y o r k e r s t h e m s e l v e s, t h e t r e e s o r i g i n a l l y c a m e f r o m o u t o f t o w n. T h e t a lle s t, i n , w a s a fo o t N o r w a y s p r u c e f r o m M t. K i s c o, N. Y. O t h e r N e w Y o r k t r e e s h a v e c o m e f r o m Y a p h a n k, L a k e R o n k o n k o m a, S m i t h t o w n, H u r l e y, S a r a n a c L a k e, S u f f e r n, S p r i n g V a l l e y, R o c k l a n d C o u n t y, V a l l e y C o t t a g e, a n d N a n u e t. N e w J e r s e y h a s c o n t r i b u t e d t r e e s f r o m A l l a - m u c h y, M o r r i s t o w n, B e l v i d e r e, T e n a f l y, M o n t c l a i r, F a r H i l l s, a n d R a r i t a n T o w n s h ip. 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B r o w s e t h r o u g h h o l i d a y c a t a lo g s w h e n t h e y a r r i v e i n e a r l y a u t u m n. J o t d o w n g if t i d e a s a s t h e y o c c u r t o y o u. B e f o r e y o u b e g in y o u r h o l i d a y s h o p p in g, m a k e a f i r m b u d g e t o f w h a t y o u c a n a f f o r d t o s p e n d f o r e a c h p e r s o n o n y o u r l i s t a n d s t i c k t o it. K e e p a g if t p r o f i l e. S e t u p a p a g e i n a p o c k e t - s iz e n o t e b o o k f o r e a c h p e r s o n o n y o u r g if t lis t. W r i t e d o w n t h e i r b i r t h d a t e, c l o t h i n g s iz e s, c o l o r p r e f e r e n c e s, p r o f e s s io n, h o b b i e s a n d s p e c i a l i n t e r e s t s. A f t e r w a r d s, r e c o r d t h e g if t y o u p u r c h a s e d s o y o u w o n t r e p e a t g if t s. M a k e s u r e t h e g if t w i l l f i t. I f y o u w a n t t o b u y a p p a r e l b u t a r e u n s u r e o f t h e s iz e, s e le c t a s h a w l, a s c a r f, a w r a p b a t h r o b e, s t r e t c h g lo v e s, a t ie. A v o i d c r o w d s. S h o p e a r l y i n t h e d a y, m id - a f t e r n o o n o r l a t e e v e n i n g. M a p y o u r r o u t e i n a d v a n c e. W e a r c o m f o r t a b l e s h o e s a n d c l o t h i n g, r e m e m b e r t h a t m a n y s t o r e s a r e o v e r h e a t e d, a n d s h o p a l o n e b e c a u s e i t s m o r e e f f i c i e n t. C r o w d e d s t o r e s m a k e y o u e a s y p r e y f o r p i c k p o c k e t s. I f y o u h a v e a c r e d i t c a r d o r b a n k c a r d, p l a n t o u s e i t in s t e a d o f c a s h. F i n a l l y, c h e c k t h e s t o r e s r e t u r n p o l i c y b e f o r e y o u b u y.. L E A T H E R S * A C C E S S O R IE S ' F U R S. *, t * not hs ii is r n i M 'KD. K R I rut hs 10-7 SAT.SL'N V.,. MAIN STREET VILLAGE 57 Route 34 Suite C Matawan, N.J

30 B 6 DECEM BER 13, 1989, THE INDEPENDENT OFF A L L F A L L FO O T W E A R HANDBAGS INCLUDED Stuart Weitzman Via Spiga Paloma Allure Impo G IF T C E R T IF IC A T E S A V A IL A B L E 'Excluding evening footwear & Dyeables All prior sales excluded Main Street Village Shopping Center Hwy. 34 & Main St. Matawan Hours: Mon.-Sat. 10-5:30 Open Sun. 12-5:00 Thru 12/24 no charges please H I G H O N T H E L I S T Teens know fashion with trend-setting sterling silver jewelry. Shown are star necklace by Larah; giraffe pin by Zina; square and circle earrings, bangle with charms by Roz Balkin; and braided leather and silver multi-chain bracelets by Ecclisi. S i l v e r j e w e l r y i s g r e a t g i f t f o r f a s h i o n - c o n s c i o u s t e e n s T h e b y w o r d s f o r t e e n s t o d a y a r e i n d e p e n d e n c e a n d i n d i v i d u a l i t y. T e e n s a r e m o r e a w a r e o f w h a t s g o in g o n a r o u n d t h e m a n d a r e t a k i n g g r e a t e r r e s p o n s i b i l i t y a n d c a r e o f t h e m s e l v e s t h a n e v e r b e f o r e. F a s h i o n - c o n s c i o u s te e n - a g e r s a r e s p e n d i n g a g r e a t d e a l o f t i m e a n d m o n e y a d o r n i n g t h e m s e l v e s. w i t h t h e h o t t e s t f a s h i o n s a n d j e w e l r y. T h e R a n d Y o u t h P o l l r e p o r t s t h a t t e e n s p e n d i n g o n j e w e l r y h a s b e e n s t e a d i l y r i s i n g o v e r t h e p a s t f e w y e a r s. I n , t e e n s, a g e s , s p e n t a n a v e r a g e o f $ p e r w e e k o n j e w e l r y. I n , t h e a v e r a g e f o r t h e s a m e a g e g r o u p i n c r e a s e d t o $ A c c o r d i n g t o a r e c e n t s u r v e y b y t h e S i l v e r I n f o r m a t i o n C e n t e r, t o d a y s t e e n a g e r s a r e n o t o n l y b u y i n g m o r e j e w e l r y, t h e y a r e b u y i n g b e t t e r j e w e l r y. F r e q u e n t l y, g ir l s b u y m o r e s t e r lin g s i l v e r t h a n a d u lt s. W h e n i t c o m e s t o m a k i n g b u y i n g d e c i s i o n s o n f a s h i o n a c c e s s o r ie s, t e e n a g e r s a r e i n f l u e n c e d b y a w i d e r a n g e o f f a c t o r s : m u s i c, p o p s t a r s, s c r e e n i d o ls, m a g a z in e s, v i d e o s a n d, o f c o u r s e, c l o t h i n g t r e n d s. H o w e v e r, s t u d i e s s h o w t e e n s a r e a ls o q u i t e c o n f i d e n t i n c r e a t in g t h e i r o w n i n n o v a t i v e, i n d i v i d u a l i z e d s t y le s. T h e y a r e d e f i n i t e l y t r e n d - s e t t e r s, s a id S u s a n P e z z e l l o o f T e e n m a g a z in e. T h e y p u t t h e m s e l v e s t o g e t h e r a n d m a k e t h e i r o w n d e c i s i o n s o n h o w t h e y w i l l l o o k a n d w h a t t h e y l l w e a r. < W h a t s h o t? W h a t a r e t e e n s w e a r i n g t o d a y? A c c o r d i n g t o t h e S i l v e r I n f o r m a t i o n C e n t e r, 6 0 s in f l u e n c e a c c e s s o r ie s a r e p o p u l a r. A d o r n i n g t h e s e s t y le s a r e s i l v e r, p e a c e s y m b o l s, h a p p y fa c e s, i c o n s, h o o p e a r r in g s a n d p e n d a n t s d a n g l in g f r o m l e a t h e r c o r d s. P i n s p r o v i d e t h e a n s w e r t o a l l f a s h io n q u e s t i o n s t h i s y e a r. T e e n s a r e w e a r i n g t h r e e o r f o u r p i n s c l u s t e r e d t o g e t h e r o r o n e b o l d p i e c e t h a t m a k e s a d e f i n i t e s t a t e m e n t. T h e r e a r e p o p u l a r s t e r lin g s i l v e r a n i m a l s h a p e s, g e o m e t r ic a n d f u t u r i s t i c f r e e - f o r m d e s ig n s. S t e r l i n g c h a r m s o f a l l s iz e s a r e m o r e i m p o r t a n t t h a n e v e r, h a n g i n g f r o m b r a c e le t s, n e c k l a c e s a n d e a r r in g s. A n i m a l s o f e v e r y s p e c ie s, h e a r t s, c r e s c e n t m o o n s a n d s t a r m o t i f s, a r e a l s o q u i t e p o p u l a r t h i s y e a r. S t e r l i n g s i l v e r j e w e l r y s a f f o r d a b i l i t y a n d f a s h io n a p p e a l, m a k e t h i s p r e c i o u s m e t a l a n a p p r o p r i a t e g if t f o r t e e n s.

31 THE INDEPENDENT, DECEM BER 13, 1989 B 7 Buy now and get the best selection for Christmas 'P n e - L O N G L A S T I N G > Pack pomander balls, holiday foods in Rubbermaid s see-through containers as gifts. G i v e g i f t s w i t h l a s t i n g v a l u e A n y o n e w h o t a k e s h o l i d a y s h o p p i n g s e r i o u s l y i s a l w a y s l o o k i n g f o r g if t s t h a t l o v e d o n e s w i l l e n j o y a n d u s e. E v e n o n a t i g h t b u d g e t, i t s s t i l l p o s s i b l e t o m a k e o r b u y w o n d e r f u l, u s e f u l g if t s f o r f a m i l y a n d f r i e n d s. F o r s t a r t e r s, f o r g e t t h e c a r d b o a r d b o x e s, t i s s u e a n d w r a p t h a t g e t t o s s e d o u t C h r i s t m a s m o r n in g. I n s t e a d, f i l l r e u s e a b l e c o n t a i n e r s w i t h y o u r g if t s. R u b b e r m a i d s s e e - t h r o u g h S e r v i n S a v e r s t o r a g e c o n t a i n e r s c o m e i n m a n y s iz e s a n d s h a p e s t o h o l d f o o d o r a l m o s t a n y o t h e r i t e m s y o u c a n i m a g i n e. T ig h t - s e a l i n g l i d s k e e p f r e s h n e s s i n a n d m o i s t u r e o u t. W h e n c o n t e n t s a r e u s e d u p, c o n t a i n e r s b e c o m e g if t s o n t h e i r o w n. I n s t e a d o f a b o x o f c o o k i e s, s t r i n g t o g e t h e r s m a l l c o o k i e c u t t e r s. T ie d - t o g e t h e r c u t t e r s m a k e a g a r l a n d f o r t h e k i t c h e n o r t r e e, a n d c a n b e u s e d n e x t y e a r f o r h o l i d a y b a k in g. C y l i n d r i c a l c o n t a i n e r s u s e d f o r s t o r i n g p a s t a c a n a l s o d i s p l a y h o l i d a y c a n d ie s o r j e l l y b e a n s, a n d w i l l k e e p t h e m f r e s h t o o. S w e e t - f i ll e d c o n t a i n e r s a r e a g r e a t h o s t e s s g if t, a n d c o m e i n h a n d y f o r h o l i d a y e n t e r t a i n i n g. A s m a ll, r o u n d c o n t a i n e r w i l l h o l d lo o s e p o t p o u r r i o r s p ic e s t h a t l a t e r c a n b e s i m m e r e d i n a p o t o n t h e s t o v e w h e n y o u w a n t t o s c e n t t h e h o m e. T h e r e c i p i e n t o f t h i s g if t c a n u s e c o n t e n t s a s n e e d e d ; t h e r e m a i n d e r w i l l s t a y f r e s h a n d f r a g r a n t i n t h e c o n t a i n e r. S a f e 10%to 25%OFF The ultim ate selection of Italian Designs 14K gold, c u ltu re d p e a rls or c u s tom ized jew elry to fit any individual tas te. W e b u y o ld g o ld a n d d ia m o n d s C O U S IN S PEARLS & JEWELRY WE ARE DIRECT IMPORTERS AND DESIGNERS-SO YOU RECEIVE THE FINEST JEWELRY AT THE BEST VALUE. JEWELRY & WATCH REPAIRS ON PREMISES ALL MAJOR CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED Dino s Fishery Mall 3091 Hwy. 35, Hazlet Next to Pergament s Open 7 D ays A W eek 10 a.m.-8 p.m. iam o n d s H e r e a r e s o m e i d e a s f o r f i l l i n g y o u r g if t c o n t a i n e r s : F o r y o u n g a r t i s t s, s t o c k a c a n i s t e r w i t h c o l o r e d p e n c i l s. T o p t h e c o n t a i n e r w i t h a p a i r o f c h i l d r e n s s c is s o r s t i e d w i t h a c o l o r f u l b o w. Holiday time is bird-feeding s e a s o n t o o. N a t u r e l o v e r s w i l l a p p r e c i a t e a d r y f o o d k e e p e r f i l l e d w i t h s e e d f o r f e a t h e r e d f r ie n d s, c o m b i n e d w i t h a f i e ld g u i d e f o r i d e n t i f y i n g v i s i t o r s t o t h e fe e d e r. G i f t s o f c o o k i e s, p a s t r i e s o r l o a f c a k e s c a n b e p l a c e d i n c o v e r e d l o a f p a n s o r r o u n d c o n t a i n e r s. T o m a k e t h e m p r e t t y, w r a p t h e g o o d ie s i n c o l o r e d o r g o l d m e t a l l i c f o i l. T ig h t - s e a l i n g c o n t a i n e r l i d s w i l l h e lp k e e p t h e f o o d s t a s t y t h r o u g h o u t t h e h o l i d a y s e a s o n. T o p w i t h a s p r ig o f e v e r g r e e n f o r a f e s t i v e t o u c h. precious stones \ 4 kt. gold w a tc h e s cultured pearls direct importers of diam onds S 5 -i 8 ^ MANICURE SPECIAL Tuesday-Wednesday Thursday-Friday Before 4 p.m. 10% OFF ALL JEWELRY with this ad. Exp. 12/31/89 Salon Easy Street UP TO 50% OFF Th e L a te st W in te r F a sh io n s What's What Shoes Hot Dogger St. Germaine. Joanie Char K-MART SHOPPING CENTER HWY. 35 HAZLET y o u r best price... j ust g o t b e t t e r " H O L ID A Y S T O R E H O U R S Tues. & W ed.: 10-5 Thurs., Fri.. Sot.: 10-0 Sunday: 12-5 Closed Mondays»personally designed jewelry cpje cj^ratgboppe F I N E J E W E L R Y Leonardville Road Campbells Junction, Belford, NJ

32 B 8 B DECEM BER 13,1989, THE INDEPENDENT A l l I < I 1 1 \ / l M&D Ceramic Tile Inc. Free Use Of Tile Cutter! Free Estimates Glass Block - Now In! Hwy. 36 Airport Plaza Hazlet, New Jersey H O U R S: MON. - T H U RS. 8:304:30 FR I. 8:30-7:00; SAT Ceramic Wall & Floor Tile Marble & Granite Setting Material & T00I PROMPT PROFESSIONAL SERVICE Special Christmas Savings PETS PLUS C O U P O N $2.00 O F F $5.00 O F F * 1 0. O F F any 10.- purchase any 25.- purchase any 50.- purchase Excludes sale items & cat and dog food. Expires COUPON CO UPO N *2.00 OFF an y p air o f L e v i's Ston ew ash ed o r W h ite W ashed Je a n J & M A P P A R E L N a m e B r a n d F a s h i o n s F o r L e s s! L e v i s P r e - W a s h e d J e a n s S o f t & C o m f o r t a b le A V A I L A B L E : Pre-Washed B la ck W hite 501 Denims W h ite Out Stone Washed G rey Super Bleached W h ite W ash Blizzard W ash \ L e v i s J a c k e t s L E V I S C L A S S I C D E N I M J A C K E T S A V A I L A B L E : Pre-Washed Black White Washed Stone Washed White Blizzard Wash Ja ck e ts come unlined, blanket lined and sheepskin lined M en s Ja c k e ts from, 3 2.,, Bo y s Jackets from *25.M L e v i ' s A v a i l a b l e I n : Men s, C hildren s, Bo ys Student, H usky & M en s W a ist Sizes M en s Sizes from 18.*5 Children s Sizes from *11.** L e v i s C o t t o n D o c k e r s N o w A v a i l a b l e M e n 's S i z e s COUPON *2.00 OFF an y pair of L e v i s Blizzard ' ~ 1 W ash Je a n s Cannot be combined led with other offers. i Exps I Cannot be combined with any other offer*. offers. Exps _ A IR P O R T P L A Z A HWY. 36, HAZLET Holiday Hours: M on.-sat. 10-8, Fri. 10-9, Sun Interstate Electronics Inc. W E C A R R Y A FU LL LINE O F Panasonic Equipment Panasonic RQ-V50 AM/FM Personal Stereo Radio Cassette Player Lightweight Stereo Headphones included and REW controls LED FM Stereo Indicator* Detachable Belt Clip Our Price $26.95 Suggested Retail Price *39.95 Panasonic KX-T2322 Easa-Phone Integrated Telephone System with Automatic Dialer, Timed Flash Memory and Memo Dial Speed dial up to 2016-digit telephone numbers 6one-touch dialing stations Timed Flash (700 ms) Memory for special phone services Memo Dial lets you enter a number into memory during conversation Electronic True Hold to pick up held call from any extension Switchable Tone/Pulse for use with any telephone line Our Price $33.95 Suggested Retail Price *49.95 Panasonic RX-FS400 Mini AM/FM Stereo Radio Cassette Recorder Soft-Eject System Auto-Stop and Pause FF/REW One-Touch and Follow-Up Recording Continuous Tone control Built-In Condenser Mic. Built-In AC Transformer FM Stereo/Mono mode selector* LED FM Stereo Indicator Our Price $42.95 Suggested Retail Price s99.95 Panasonic KX-T1450 Auto Logic Answering System Auto-Logic operation for one touch message playback Extended OGM lets you record an outgoing message of any length (C-15 tape included) OGM skip 12-function tone remote control system including OGM Record, R e m o te Turn O n / O fi, M e m o ry Playback and Room. Monitoring Message memo Dual standard cassettes Selectable recording times of 1MIN/VOX LED call counter for up to 15 calls Ring selector 2/4/Auto (toll saver) Monitor speaker to screen calls Our Price $65.95 Suggested Retail Price *99.95 I n t e r s t a t e E l e c t r o n i c s I n c. W h o l e s a l e P r i c e s A i r p o r t P l a z a H w y 3 6 & M i d d l e R d. HAZLET

33 Quality NAME BRAND gifts...without spending a FORTUNE... B a r e N e c e s s i t i e s B e a u t y B a r n B o o k S t a l l C o u n t r y G r i l l R e s t a u r a n t C a l i c o C o r n e r s C h i l d r e n s O u t le t D r e s s B a r n F a s h i o n F i n d s F a s h i o n F l a i r F a s h i o n G a l l e r y F l o w e r M a r k e t O u t le t H a n n a h s G i f t s n T h i n g s H it o r M i s s I r i s h C r y s t a l O u t le t J u s t M e n C l o t h i e r s L e a t h e r W a r e h o u s e L i n e n s N T h i n g s T h e P l a c e P o s t S c r i p t s S h o e - T o w n S u s a n G r e e n e V a n H e u s e n M A T A W A N R o u t e 3 4 ( O ld B r id g e T w p.) H o lid a y H o u r s : M o n. t h r u F r i. 1 0 t o 9, S a t. 1 0 t o 6, S u n. 1 2 t o 5 M o s t S t o r e s O p e n S u n d a y, D e c e m b e r 2 4, 9 t o 5 S u n d a y, D e c e m b e r 31,12 to 5...

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41 THE INDEPENDENT, DECEM BER 13, 1989 B 9 C la s s ic s o n g s a lw a y s c o m e h o m e fo r C h r is tm a s A S S O C I A T E D P R E S S E g g n o g is poured an d the yule log aglow. A ll yo u need is som ething on the stereo to com plete that holiday m ood. T h e re s alw ays B ing C ro sb y s tim e-honored croon o f W h ite C h ristm a s. N a t K in g C o le s voice rem ain s forever strong on T h e C h r is t m a s S o n g. E l v i s P r e s le y s B lu e C h ristm a s still tugs at hearts. I f yo u re th inkin g they d on t m ake them like they used to, yo u re right. It s been a long tim e since som ething s com e along that s becom e a classic, said Joel W h itburn, w hose M ilw aukee-based R e co rd R e search In c. m o n itors w h at s hot an d w hat s not in the m u sic w orld. M oney pressures and the daunting prospect o f com peting w ith still-popular standards from decades, even centuries, ago m ean that few artists even try to w rite new holiday standards today. If you re going to w rite a w hole b u nch o f new C h ristm a s carols, who cares? said N e braska-based co m p oser C h ip D a v is. D a v is, w h o records as a one-m an band under the n am e M a n n h e im Steam roller, is responsible for one o f the few h o lid a y m u sic success stories o f the 1980s. H e records in s t r u m e n t a l N e w A g e v e r s i o n s o f C h ristm a s cla ssics specifically designed for com pact d isc players. W ith record co m p anies re-releasing cla s sics by C ro sb y, the C arp enters, Jo h n n y M a th is and P h il Spector every year, it m ay be a surprise to learn that D a v is 1984 release, M a n n h e im Steam ro ller C h ristm a s, and h i s r e c o r d i n g, A F r e s h A i r e C h ristm a s, were the top tw o selling h o lid ay alb u m s last year. It w as for D a v is. I d id n t really expect it to do anything because it w as sort o f a kn o w n thing, that this sort o f ju n k ju s t cro a k s, said D a v is, w ho w as ad vised against recording h o lid ay songs, o f how C h ristm a s m u sic fares in the m arketplace. C h ristm a s alb u m s w ere pretty m u ch considered death in the in d u stry, D a v is said. I f yo u d id a C h ristm a s alb u m, it was like signing off. T h e M a n n h e im Steam ro ller records wed the old an d new in a co m b in a tio n perfect for listeners too old for ro ck n roll n ovelty records and too young for Law ren ce W elk. O rchestras, synthesizers and electric guitars are used in instru m en tal versio n s o f classics and a few new com p ositions. D a v is records, along w ith George W in sto n s D ecem b er alb um on W in d h a m H ill R eco rd s, are expected to be hot sellers again th is year. It has a broad appeal, said G e o ff M a y field, associate research director for B illboard m agazine. I f you lik e traditio n al C h ristm a s m u sic, th at s w hat it s about, but it s presented in a new way. People w ith gray h a ir can lik e it. A n d if yo u re a kid you can sit through it, and it doesn t have to sound like M itch M ille r. H o lid a y r e c o r d s h a v e a lw a y s b e e n a strange stepchild o f the m u sic industry. A rtists com pete during a com pressed tim e period to sell m u sic to be heard in the background at a few parties then tossed into closets for 11 m onths. T h is k in d o f high-risk, low -return w ork m akes m a n y songw riters run in the other d ir e c t io n, D a v i s s a id. Y o u r ego g ets stepped on, he said. T h e y re probably som e o f the m ost d ifficult types o f songs to w rite and have catch on because there s such an established litan y of old m aterial that people are fond of, said D a vid M clees, artists and repertoire coord inator for R h in o R eco rds. T h e all-tim e ch a m p o f the m odern era is Ir v in g B e r l i n s c o m p o s it io n o f W h ite C h ristm a s, heard first in the 1942 m o vie H o lid a y In n. T h e song has sold in excess o f 100 m illio n copies, w ith C ro sb y s version accounting for about 30 m illio n, W h itb u rn said. T h e C h ristm a s song that s sold the m ost copies since 1955 is a little less reverent it s the n ovelty record T h e C h ip m u n k Song, first released in 1958, W hitburn said. M o st of the C h ristm a s records that are played repeatedly on the radio these days date from the decade. T h e y include Jingle B ell R o c k, S ilv e r B ells, T h e L ittle D ru m m e r B o y, Please C o m e H o m e for C h ristm a s, T h e C h ristm a s Song and R o c k in A ro u n d the C h ristm a s T re e. I n f a c t, o f th e T o p 10 b e s t - s e llin g C h ristm as songs for what B illboard magazine defines as the rock era (1955 and after), o nly one is from after T h a t s the barked versio n o f Jingle B e lls by the Singing Dogs. 14KGOLD JEWELRY MARCASITE JEWELRY _ PRICE F e a tu rin g LO W E S T P R IC E S ON SAMSONITE LUGGAGE S i l h o u e t t e 4 O y s t e r U l t r a L i t e C o l l e c t i o n T h e o nly new song o f the 1980s to show any staying pow er is E lm o and P atsy s w arped G ra n d m a G o t R u n O v e r by a R e ind eer from T h e ju r y s still out on D o T h e y K n o w It s C h ristm a s, the B an d A id song that launched the rock n roll p hilanthropy trend o f the 1980s. M a n n h eim Steam roller and other N ew A ge records w ill face stiff com petition this year from teen-age chartbusters N ew K id s on the Block. T h e y ve released a C h ristm a s album w ith several new co m p ositio ns by th eir behindthe-scenes guru, M au rice Starr, and yes, another version o f W h ite C h ristm a s. It s already achieved the relatively rare feat o f appearing on B illb o ard s top alb um not C h ristm a s alb um chart in O ctober. O th er artists planning new C h ristm as records th is year are K e n n y Rogers, R a n d y T ra v is, W yn to n M arsalis, R ic k y V a n Sh elton, Leo n Redbone and Roger W hitaker. Som e record com panies are hoping creativ e approaches to packaging w ill gain them a niche in the C h ristm a s m arket. M o to w n R e co rd s is releasing a co llection o f songs from m a ny o f its artists, in clu d in g Sm okey R o b in so n an d the Tem p ta tio ns. T V T R e cords is presenting a sam p ling o f C h ristm a s songs sung by soap opera stars. R h in o R eco rd s, kn o w n for its aggressive repackaging, w ill present B u m m e d O u t C h ristm a s, a co llection for C h ristm a s cy n ics featuring such Songs as San ta C a m e H o m e D ru n k, C h ristm a s in P riso n and Som ebody Stole, M y Santa C la u s S u it. R h in o s collectibles also feature H illb illy H o lid a y, C o o l Y u le an d alb u m s b y D r. D em en to, Sp ike Jones, Ja m es B ro w n and the T hree Stooges. FOR YOUR HOLIDAY SHOPPING U 4 N H E I N E H A S IT A L L H A N D B A G S F A S H I :t o u s n e c k l a c e s f t B A T C H E S % o ff & S E M I P R E C IO U S B R A C E L E T S W A L L E T S - M E N S & L A D IE S T sei uo*sellas ir L IN G S IL V E R >ITE J E W E L R Y - V 2 PR1 L R Y B O X E S up 6 R E E N E WORTH THE TRIP FROM ANYWHERE MARKETPIACE MATAW AN R o u te M a r k e t p l a c e H o l i d a y H o u r s : D a i l y S a t S u n p m O u t l e t S t o r e E n g l i s h t o w n A u c t i o n * ( B r o w n B l d g. ) nmarket!*! 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O n e specialty catalog offers autom atic hom e d eliv e ry o f fresh dog food. T h e buyer schedules the dates and am ounts. O th er C h ristm a s gift ideas include: H o w -to v id e o ta p e s. T h e s e in c lu d e B inoculars are the ideal gift for your special person. N o m atter w hat his or her favorite sport, hobby o r activity, the w orld w ill be m ore enjoyable w ith binoculars. W h y? W ith b inocu lars, anyone can reach out v isu a lly to get a closeup view o f distant subjects. B in o cu la rs extend yo u r v isio n eight to 10 tim es. Y o u ll find they add to the enjoym ent o f travel, hunting, sports, nature study, cam p ing, boating, scouting and all types o f outdoor activities. Plus, binoculars are relatively inexpen sive and can be purchased at alm ost an y q u a lity sports, cam era or departm ent store. But, how do you choose the best binoculars from all those availab le? Start by shopping for the highest quality b inocu lars availab le. T h e experts at Pentax, a w ell-know n leader in precision optics for o ver 60 years, offer a com plete lin e o f b inoculars to suit every purpose. T h e new 8x42 D C F and 10x42 D C F roof p rism, w eatherproof binoculars, for exam ple, are designed for view ers desiring com pact b inocu lars that p rovid e crisp, clear im ages at an affordable price. A n added feature is extra long eye re lie f to assure the best possible view ing image w ith or w ithout eyeglasses. But, w hat do all those letters and num bers m ean? A ccord ing to Pentax, the m odel designations tell alm ost everything about a p air o f b inoculars: M agnifying pow er is the first num ber. 8x m eans.the image seen through the binoculars appears eight tim es larger than that seen by yo u r unaided eye. W ith eight-power Pentax b inocu lars, a soccer player at 200 feet appears to be o nly 25 feet aw ay. lox provides even m ore m agnification. T h e d iam eter o f the front lens in m illim e ters is the next num ber. Large-aperture 4 2m m objective lenses allow you to see clearly even at d usk on cloudy days or through haze and fog. T h e last section of the designation describes the m echanical and optical characteristics o f the binoculars. Roof-prism bino culars, designated by a D, are designed to be com pact and lightweight. Center-focusing, w hich m ost users prefer, is designated by C F. W h ile that s all there is to understanding b in o cu lar designations, there are a num ber o f other features, such as durability, construction and optical quality, to check out when shopping for binoculars. A good basis for com p ariso n is provided by the Pentax 8x42 D C F an d 10x42 D C F b inocu lars, w hich have a n um b er o f other features found in only the best binoculars: Superior optical perform ance further enhanced by m ulti-coated lenses, w hich increase light transm ission w h ile filtering out harm ful rays. C o m p act, rubber-coated bodies that are s h o c k a n d w a te r - re s is ta n t, w ith in te rn a l m ech a nism s securely sealed for protection against rain, sand, dust and snow. W hen shopping for binoculars, either for a gift or for yourself, look for the verybest - Pentax B inocu lars. e n teaching aids for turkey callers, deer bowhunters, flycasters and others. Fish in g vest. P rices vary, depending on num ber o f pockets, lanyard loops, zip pers and other hardware. Float tube. T h e tube is ju st an oversized inflatable doughnut w ith a seat, and is far lighter than any boat. Hem ostat. These rustproof, needlenosed pliers rem ove hooks from a fish s ja w or a fisherm an s finger. A Lake E rie charter boat trip. T h e angler s friends can say w hether he prefers to fish for w alleye, sm allm o uth bass or yellow perch, and know the nam e o f his usual captain. S till stum ped? G iv e a knife. T h e re s no such thing as too m a ny k n iv es for hunters or fisherm en.

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It serves as a night light, an em ergency light an d a flashlight, all in one unit. T h e co ntrol plugs into any outlet an d tu rn s o n au tom atically in case o f an after-dark pow er outage. B uiltin rechargeable batteries offer bright light for up to two hours. T im e T ra c k e r is an electronic tim er that gives peace o f m in d. T h e d evice relieves w orries for the traveler o r anyone w ho does not like to return to a d ark hom e. It autom a tically tu rn s lights on an d o ff up to four tim es a day, w hile tracking daylight, giving the hom e a lived in look to deter intruders. T h e M otion A ctivated Secu rity C o n trol o ffe rs th e c o n v e n ie n c e o f a u t o m a tic a lly turning on the lights w hen people enter a roo m an d turning them o ff w hen they leave, w ithout touching a light switch. A n infrared sensor reacts to body w arm th to activate the lights, and a tim er keeps them on for a preselected tim e after the occupants leave, and then shuts them off. 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R e s t a u r a t e u r s a re n o w s e r v in g w h ite chocolate m ousse and souffles w ith fruit sauces; hom e.bakers are topping cakes and cookies w ith w hite chocolate shavings. W h y the p assion for w hite chocolate? F o r some, w hite chocolate s appeal lies in its c o lo r in g. I v o r y is p e r c e iv e d a s lig h te r, sm oother and m ore delicate than other v a rieties o f chocolate, an d chocolate lovers are turning to w hite chocolate as a sweet alternative to traditional m ilk and dark v a rie ties. L iq u e u r -fla v o re d c o n fe c tio n s: T h e d e m and for liqueur-flavored confections is on the rise. G ra n d M a rn ier, A m aretto and rum -flavored liq u eurs are cu rren tly am ong the m ost fashionable fillings. T h e com petition is intense to create co m b inatio n s that satisfy the sophisticated co n sum er s taste preferences, w h ile com plying w ith state liq u o r law requirem ents. M o st states h a ve traditio n ally lim ited the alcohol content in liqueur-flavo red chocolate to no m ore than 0.5 percent. C h o co latiers are also experim enting w ith n on-alcoholic liqueur confections. Liq u eu r-flavo red ice cream s inclu d e G o - d iv a s C h o co late G ra n d M a rn ier, F ren ch V a n illa A m aretto and C h oco late R asp b erry C o rd ia l.» M a il-o r d e r c h o c o la te : T h e C h o c o la t e C a ta lo g u e, fro m K a r l B is s in g e r F r e n c h C o n fections in St. L o u is, features a variety o f h a n d m a d e c h o c o la te p r o d u c ts, fro m C h ristm a s O reos to F ren ch T ru ffles and C h oco late M olasses Puffs, all o f w hich' can be ordered by m a il. Bissinger also offers products m ade w ithout sugar o r salt. B issing er says m ost o f the m ethods still in use are the original ones from P aris during the 1600s. 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46 B 1 4 DECEM BER 13,1989, THE INDEPENDENT C h ristm a s T reasu res S h ip s C a rp en ter S hop T h e G i f t S h o p f o r A l l o f Y o u r H o l i d a y N e e d s ( o v e r 1, i t e m s ) F r e s h C u t T r e e s & W r e a t h s C a r d s G if t w r a p & C h r is t m a s d e c o r a t io n s G i f t s f o r S e a lo v e r s & L a n d L u b b e r s to o! L a m p s S e a s n e lls * * A la r g e d is p la y o f n a u t ic a l r o o m it e m s j!f ( m a n y h a n d c r a f t e d ). ;jj 'C o m in g S o o n - W I C K E R!! A Come See Our New Look ijj Hwv. 36 (across from McDonald s) ^ Leonardo, N.J. ;< J y Open Daily A C h r i s t m a s g i f t t h a t b r i n g s o u t t h e c r e a t i v i t y i n e v e r y o n e A trip to an art supply store could co m plete yo u r gift-giving picture, and appeal to the creative side o f everyone on yo u r list, w ith products for draw ing, drafting, w riting, fine art or decorative crafts. People o f all ages-enjoy creative interests. Tech n ical and calligraphy pens, sketching and m ech a n ica l p encils, inks, paints and u niq u e artists products are fine choices, and fit any budget, notes V in c e D o n ofrio, m arketing m anager for K o h -I-N o o r R apid o - graph. T h e am ateur d raftsm an, student engineer o r architect, o r pen-and-ink enthusiast w ill a p p r e c ia te a h ig h - q u a lit y R a p id o g r a p h Tech n ical Pen, the professional s choice. F o r beginners, choose the G et-a cq u a in t ed Pen K it, containing a R ap id ograp h Pen an d a bottle o f K o h -I-N o o r U ltra d ra w black in d ia ink. It retails for about $16.50; in d iv id u a l pens, $ C re a tiv e artists w ho w ork on canvas, paper or fab ric - an d tole an d decorative painters w orking on fabric, w ood, glass or m etal - w ill find a R o trin g A rtistc o lo r set a versatile addition. A rich, liq u id a cry lic paint suitable for all s u r f a c e s a n d a p p lic a t io n s, A r t is t C o l o r com es in 12 v ib ra n t hues, w ith instru ctio n s and m ixin g suggestions for m aking m ore than 300 shades. T h e studio set is about $42; the starter set, $ T h e executive, student o r traveler w ill lik e the lightweight portability an d professio nal styling o f R o trin g s Portable D raw in g Board. T h e no-m ar, durable w hite plastic board, w ith straightedge and paper clam p, com es in a w hite v in y l carrying case w ith room for sketch pads and pens. It retails for about $ QUICK DRAW Rotring s Portable Drawing Board may be an ideal gift for the artist on the go. F o r the letter-writer, co nsid er R o trin g s A rtp en Sketch Set, w h ich co m b ines one fine and one extra fine A rtp en, an A rtp en cil and two pre-filled in k cartridges. W ith som e practice, even beginning ca lligraphers can scribe beautiful letters, in v itatio ns an d thank-yous. T h e set is about $37; in d iv id u a l A rtp en s, about $ W hen shopping, insist on high quality, d u rab ility and good design for long-lasting valu e and ease o f use. Mon.-Thurs. - 8 AM-9 PM Fri. - 8 AM - 8 PM Sat.-8 AM - 6 PM Sun.-10 AM - 5 PM TOOL PROS ANNUAL STOREWIDE C H R I S T M A S S A L E 1 Your Favorite Make and ij Model For Under The Tree. A f l W H E P R O F E S S I O N A L MODEL , 10" CONTRACTOR'S SAW WITH 30" UNIFENCE Buy our r*w Model ,10" Contractors Saw witn 30' Urnf«nc. and recen* a *100 RE BATE DIRECT FROM DELTA! $859 J> MODEL , 10 CONTRACTOR'S SAW o Variable Speed Drywall Screwdriver rpm. reversible No-load speed Rated current. 120 VAC rpm amps 5.1 B O S C H 7 V i Circular Saw $109 B O S C H 4>/2* Grinder Kit $109 BOSCH 1 H.P. ROUTER $1 0 goo S A N D V IK Chisel Set ' ' -'V. S includes carbide blade Includes custom tise PANASONIC F u ll-t im e H ig h T o r q u e V a r ia b le S p e e d C ord le ss Drill& Dr iver i$mm -scharge system «fuh-twae tugh tomwe Varwoie speed control Ketfess drill chock Electrjc brake $229 PANASONIC C o r d le s s D rill & D riv e r Easily converts from straight to pistol form is8iv3 Y O U R C H O I C E $14995 O rb ital Jquipmwit: Three assorted Nades. Anti-spHntenng device Stade rocking screwdnvei SiK*f

47 M e m b e r s h i p m a k e s f i t t i n g g i f t A S S O C IA T E D P R E S S E v e r y Christmas, gift-givers work hard to find the right present. This Christmas, why not make the giftgetters work hard, too? How about a health club membership? Have friends sweat their way to a healthier body. It needn t cost much, and there are several ways to pay. Although up-front membership fees are often requested in addition to dues, some clubs allow a trade in used memberships. Check the classifieds, and see what s available from a member who decided, for whatever reason, to quit. Also, don t take the first price offered. Many clubs have discounts. Even if one isn t offered, a club manager may come up with one to make the sale. It doesn t hurt to ask. And it s not unheard of for a club to have a Christmas special, such as a gift-sized, 30- day trial offer. When shopping, however, there are a few things to keep in mind. * The club should be handy for the recipient to use. People are more likely to use a club that s close to home. > Another good idea is to look for a club that fits his or her individual needs. Women, for instance, are more likely than men to join aerobics classes. If the membership is for a woman, make sure the floors are specially made and padded to protect the joints. Check the schedule, to make sure there s a good mix of classes from lowintensity to advanced, and that the starter classes fit your friend s schedule. Then check the classes, to make sure they re not jammed. Also check out the weight training equipment the more types there are, the better. Different types of equipment can break the boredom that sets in when there s a lim -. ited number of things to use over and over again. Visit when your friend might visit to see if there are long waiting lines. Make sure the aerobics equipment is in good shape. Stationary bikes, stair-climbing machines and the like help the exerciser warm up, as well as keeping the heart and lungs healthy. However, if a lot of the equipment is broken no uncommon problem the result is long lines. And don t forget to check out the changing rooms. A well-run club has no mildewy grout in the shower area. Also take a close look at the personnel. Instructors should have some kind of proof that they know what they re doing perhaps a membership in a professional organization. These folks are important they ll show your friend how to set up an exercise program and then watch to make sure they re done right. If you get this far, you may reach that little room where the trim woman or bulky man presents"you with a pen and a piece of paper to sign. Don t sign it. First, ask if there s a lim it on membership to make sure the club isn t planning to jam in as many people as it can get away with. Then, make sure the contract spells out everything the staff says it does. See if there s a refund for cancellations. See if there s a cooling-off period when you can still change your mind. And see exactly how long the membership and its dues lasts. Remember, membership in a health club is a gift that someone has to keep on giving. THE INDEPENDENT, DECEM BER 13, 1989 B 1 5 T o y s s t i l l f a v o r i t e s f o r c h i l d r e n a t h o l i d a y A SS O C IA T ED PR ESS A large toy store or discount house will have everything from the popular outer space creatures and dolls to inexpensive plastic toys. First, consider the child s interests, age and capabilities. Manufacturers often put suggested ages on the package, but only as a guide. Children s likes and interests are many. Pay close attention to what the child s favorite toys are. Remember, however, to try to vary the selection and the kinds of toys purchased. As the tools of the child s trade, playthings should enhance development. Some toys stimulate thinking; others help muscle or social development. Toys should allow the child to exercise imagination and creativity. Look for quality toys. Check out how the toy is made. Be prepared to spend enough money on a toy that will withstand constant use. If a toy requires batteries, invest in several when making the initial purchase. Check the warranty or guarantee either of the manufacturer or the store where you buy the toy. Quality control is extremely good in the large, well-known companies, but errors are still possible. Don t wait until Christmas Eve to try out toys. Every toy should be tested by an adult or assembled immediately at home. Make certain every toy you buy is safe. If you have any doubts, return it and start over. Make certain you have room and storage space for whatever toys you buy. It s not a bad practice to sort through old toys before the holidays. Broken or forgotten toys can be sorted, and those that can still be used can go to one of the many toy collection drives. TRAIL TM Y o u r s e a r c h f o r li g h t t r u c k t ir e s e n d s h e r e : n e w T r a il T / A. M I D D L E T O W N A R E A Route 36 Port Monmouth R E D B A N K A R E A 424 Shrewsbury Avenue Tinton Falls

48 B 1 6 DECEM BER 13, 1989, THE INDEPENDENT Put a Car Stereo under the Tree! KENWOOD AM-FM CASSETTE-RECEIVER. Automatic Noise Reduction Circuit Metal tape selector Auto Reverse tape deck Total max power 12 watts 18 Channel preset memory $1 QQ I w w O KRC1003 D KPMOOO» mm»»mmm rz I ph / -mcpgd Ml ) o ATHLETIC SHOES SCORE POINTS According to Athletic X-Press, kids of all ages are requesting the hottest name in athletic shoes this Christmas. Even tiny tots are sporting the latest name in athletic shoes. Pictured are British Knights high-top basketball shoes for tots, big brothers and Dad. Complete C A R S T E R E O S Y S T E M AM FM Stereo Radio with cassette and 2 Matching Speakers $169 F T i ^ m i= v. - m i W dual audio/visual alarm s. LED indicators, thumb wheel volume control, highway/city sw itch and an ti- R $qq faising circuitry. n o w $6900 RD2110 Extended K Band Range GUARANTEED LOWEST PRICES ON ALL STILLWATER DESIGN / A Limited to in house stock a u t o b a h n The Toy Store For Car Lovers!'' 1021 Hwy. 35 No., Middletown HOURS:Mon-Tues-Fri 9-6 Wed-Thurs 9-9 Sat 9-4 W r e a t h k n o w - h o w i m p o r t a n t ASSOCIATED PRESS When buying a wreath, be aware that the longevity of cut evergreens varies. According to a study by the University of Oregon, reported by C hristm as Ridge Handcrafts, a nonprofit wreath-making program of the Christian Appalachian Project in Lancaster, K y., Noble fir stays fresh up to two months. Cut balsam begins to lose needles after about two weeks. Douglas and Fraser fir last about six weeks. To judge the freshness of a ready-made wreath, gently pull on a needle and bend it. The needle should stay on. Choose a wreath that is somewhat moist to the touch and has pliable needles. As it ages, an evergreen wreath will start to fade to a gray-yellow and the needles will begin to feel stiff and eventually fall off. The colder, moister and shadier the locale, the longer an evergreen wreath will last. Misting the wreath can help, and keep it out of direct sunlight if possible. The best wreaths are made with many layers of boughs. For outdoor wreaths, ornaments should be weatherproof and securely attached. A sturdy metal hanger and frame are best. The Christmas Ridge wreath ( ) is $25 via mail order. Also available from firms such as White Flower Farm of Litchfield, Conn., ( ) are fragrant herbal wreaths made of nutmeg, hibiscus. safflower, eucalyptus, strawflowers, baby s breath or other wildflowers and herbs ($60). A more austere eucalyptus wreath embellished only with a thin red ribbon is $55. H o l i d a y s o f t e n c a n l e a d t o s t r e s s TAMPA, Fla. (AP) Santa Claus may stuff the stockings in December but stress often ends up filling the calendars of psychologists after the holidays. Its a time of year when memories are exaggerated and there are feelings of great joy or despair, said Miles Hardy, a professor at the University of South Florida. Hardy, a practicing psychologist for 30 years, said each year his calendar becomes booked in January because people are stressed-out from the holiday season. He described the season as emotionally charged with the hustle-bustle of shopping, the anxiety of pleasing loved ones, financial worries and memories, both painful and happy, of past Christmases. Many people will go into debt to irny expensive gifts for their families and friends, he said. Or parents may feel guilty if the presents they got for their children don t measure up to those of neighborhood children.. There is also stress from traveling to see relatives during the holidays or the pressure of serving as hosts. Divorced families carry an extra burden, Hardy said. The children in these families are apt to become emotional due to the absence of one of their parents. However, Hardy said, divorced parents should not spend the holidays together just for the children s sake. It gives chidren false hope that their parents will continue to live under one roof, Hardy said.

49 THE INDEPENDENT; DECEM BER 13, w T I S T H E S E A S O N F O R C E L E B R A T I N G % A T THE CLAM HUT R E S E R V E N O W for your CHRISTMAS and HOLIDAY PARTIES C r e a t e y o u r o w n m e n u & t h e m e N o g r o u p t o o s m a l l Photograph by Martin Petterchank ARE YOU CLIFFWOOD PROUD? Recently honored students in the Cliffwood Proud program include Patrick Davis (8), kneeling left, Chris Btack {8), Gregory Limeri (7), Standing, Peter Infantis, (9), and Shanna Boldman (10). Also pictured is Principal Betty Rebarick who instituted the pride building program. Cliffwood proud catches on Patrick J. Ross A B E R D E E N W e re C liffw o o d proud, is the new slogan of Cliffwood Elementary School and the words seem to be catching on. Last year,"when Mrs. Betty Rebarick came to the school from Matawan-Aberdeen Regional High School, she brought some ideas on how to give the pupils and the community faith in themselves. The We re Cliffwood Proud program and the Princpal Award program. seem to have built pride in the community and had a positive effect of the students in both their study and their social lives, according to Rebarick. The We re Cliffwood Proud program began as a slogan or catch phrase for the community. Pupils, parents and faculty members became not only proud, but C liffwood Proud of a lot of things. The person most Cliffwood Proud seems to be Rebarick herself. The children have adopted the We re Cliffwood Proud saying, she said. If the children catch one child pushing another one, or what have you, they will say, we re not Cliffwood proud of you, she continued. The local Parent Teachers Assocation is also doing its part to help build pride in the com m unity. The assocation collected money and paid for bumper stickers with the slogan on them. The new-found pride has even helped PTA meeting attendance. PTA meetings used to have about five people in attendance. Now there s between 250 and 300 people present, she continued. One of the reasons why people are showing up at the meetings, according to Rebarick, may be to see their children receive the Principal s Award. The Principal s Award is a program in which a pupil is honored each day, and the written record of the honor is presented at regular PTA meetings. The award program was started at the beginning of the year, by asking each student to set a personal goal. When they reach their goal they are considered candidates for the daily honor. One student didn t like reading, Rebarick said. Her goal was to read one book every two weeks. Another student, according to Rebarick was in danger of not passing into the next grade because he never did his homework. This year he has handed in every homework assignment and has handed them in on time. A hugh, We re Cliffwood Proud banner was put up Dec. 6, across the front of the school to emphasize the point. The teachers report that the students are much easier to handle and that morale has surged 100 percent, Rebardick said. O U R F T. M O N M O U T H C O N N E C T I O N M e e t M a r t y H a n l e y,. o u r a d v e r t i s i n g r e p r e s e n t a t i v e f o r t h e M O N M O U T H M E S S A G E A l l d i s p l a y a d v e r t i s i n g f o r t h a t p u b l i c a t i o n s h o u l d b e d i r e c t e d t o h i s a t t e n t i o n a t ext C o n t a c t L y n n o r B o b H u n t e r fo o t o f A tla n tic S t., H ig h la n d s, N.J o r This Thank You entitles a Clam Hut favorite customer to a 10 % discount on dinner (excluding alcoholic beverages) during the months of Dec., Jan. & Feb. We want you to know we appreciate your patronage and would like to see you during our relaxed winter months. Come and enjoy dining with us year round. Call for winter hours. Not valid & on daily specials, with credit cards or other promotions. F r o m C a r d s t o C a n d l e s, G i f t s t o G i f t w r a p. A m e r i c a n G r e e t i n g s i s Y o u r H o l i d a y H e a d q u a r t e r s. P A R K P L A Z A P H A R M A C Y Home of Old Bridge GIFT SHOPPE All Your Family Needs Hwy. 34, Matawan L o tte ry C ard s & G ifts M y la r B allo ons. C asino Bus T ic k e ts (P) MCMLXXXIX American Greetings Corporation A M E R IC A N G R E E T IN G S

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51 draws viewers sets, originally used as Christmas table decorations by local families who have loaned them out for the special exhibit. Creches featuring figures of ceramic, needlepoint, plaster and wood illustrate the many variations of the same theme, each with a different look. Religious artwork done by D r. Lois Eben, a local resident, line the hallways. A mother and child with AIDS and Mother Theresa with a third world child are among the many moving themes Eben has chosen to portray. The art is rendered in a diversity of materials including paint, pen and ink and pencil. Inside the church portion of the building where services are held, a 16-foot star composed of over 400 poinsetta plants is an attention-getting centerpiece. Many Christmas trees, each with a different theme, are arranged throughout the hallways of the large building. The music room has a tree decorated with only musical instrument ornaments. The hallways have a Chrismon Tree which has symbols of Christ decorating the branches, with each ornament handmade and donated by a church member. The Jesse Tree is decorated with symbols depicting Jesus ancestors. Each ornament is done in needlepoint. The St. Nicholas Room has the iegend of Santa Claus on the wall, behind a large mannequin dressed as St. Nick. The joy of giving may be experienced by leaving gifts for the needy in this room. A large tree has tags hanging from the branches with names of the children requesting gifts. Displays at the church are open weekdays * at 11 a.m., 3 p.m., 4 p.m., 7 p.m., and 8 p.m. from Dec. 2 through Jan. 1; 2 p.m., 3 p.m., 4 p.m., and 5 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays; and 2 p.m. and 3 p.m. Christmas Eve and New Year s Eve. The live animal creche outside can be seen at any time, day or night. & A H IB II A u t h e n t i c I n d i a n ( u i s m e Reviewed and Star Rated in Fords by N.Y. Times N.J. Monthly & others A w a r d - w i n n i n g C h e f H a r b a n s S i n g h 11 0 % O F F D I N N E R W I T H T H I S A D BUFFET LU N CH ALL YO U CAN EAT 15% OFF SENIOR CITIZEN DISCOUNT not to be used with any other offer M O N. - S A T. MfayMmn (Mv 10%OFF DINNER WITHTHIS AD Village M.ill M)bO Rte. M So. Middletown MINK? THINK r A m e r ic a n D ia m o n d F U R S S e e o u r A d in G i f t G u id e Main St. Village 57 Rt. 34 Suite C Matawan, NJ THE'lRDEPENOENTv D ECEM BER -43; m 9 ~ 4 & - K e e p i n g y o u r t e e t h i s o u r t r a d e m a r k We re not called Friendly Dental for nothing. R b s p e c t C o n c e r n. A g e n t l e t o u c h. T h a t s w h a t k e e p s p a t i e n t s c o m i n g b a c k t i m e a f t e r t i m e. D i s c o v e r F r i e n d l y D e n t a l c a r e f o r y o u r s e l f a n d y o u r f a m i l y. >D e n tis try f o r a ll a g e s S tressin g p re v e n tiv e d e n ta l c a re C ro u m & b rid g e w o rk N o n - s u rg ic a l g u m trea tm e n ts P la y a re a f o r c h ild re n S a fe, ste rile, in fe c tio n - f r e e e n v iro n m e n t % D e d ic a te d h u s b a n d & C> rn f'e tea m Evening & weekend appointments Emergencies always welcome We accept most insurance Convenient payment plans D ENTfflf PETER FREUNDLICH, D.M.D. PAULA M A N N, D.M.t). * Fellows, Academy of General Dentistry C C O A O A Members, American Dental Association J u D " 0 t 0 4 Members, New Jersey Dental Association Members, Monmouth-Ocean County Dental Society V IS A 11 2 O xfo rd L a n e a t,r t A b e rd e e n n C o t e i l *. ( j a r d e n C e n t e r! j j w l l S I 73 Rt. 34 South n r - a l j t OCEANPORT AVENUE from Delicious Orchards V lit t le silver NEW JERSEY ^>^ tasto-s GROSSINGER & HELLER 63 Yrs. in RED BANK Vt, 18 Wikoff PI., Red Bank Sally L Evans, Proprietor k a Vv W E S FUEL OIL COMPANY. INC. ; Sycamore Avenue Shrewsbury uaaja w t l i H f..p A C K A G IN G " PLUS & Hwy. 35,Middletown BUDGET.RENTACAR of REDBANK Newman Springs Rd. &Broad St f e.. SHREWSBURY AUTO TOP 411 Shrewsbury Ave. Shrewsbury RAYCO CAR SERVICE 160 Highway 35 Eatontown T h e f o l l o w i n g a d v e r t i s e r s j o i n G r e a t e r M e d i a N e w s p a p e r s i n w i s h i n g y o u a l l a s a f e a n d h a p p y h o l i d a y. Please remember... DON TDRINK&DRIVE! WALTER B. HOWE inc INSURANCE AGENCY AUTO - HOME - BUSINESS 312 WILLOW DRIVE LITTLE SILVER ^ THE RACQUET PLACE Health &Fitness Club V, 163 Rt. 34 (opposite Marketplace) MATAWAN

52 4 4 DECEM BER 13,1989, THE INDEPENDENT S O C IA L N E W S MR. and MRS. JEFFREY BARNEY Barney-Dunn Michele Mary Dunn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Dunn, Hazlet, was married Sept. 23 to Jeffrey Scott Barney at St. Benedict s Roman Catholic Church, Holmdel. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Barney, Hazlet. Father Germain Fritz and Deacon Raymond Pelkowski celebrated the N uptial Mass. The bride s sister-in-law, Mary Dunn, was matron of honor. Bridesm aids were the bride s cousin, Maureen Dunn; the bridegroom s sisters, Cathy-Lynn Leszewski, Michelle Powers, and Sharon Barney; and the bride s friend, Sabrina Stolz. The bridegroom s brother-in-law, Stephen Powers, was best man. Ushers were the bride s brothers, Robert C. Dunn and Charles Dunn; the bridegroom s brother-in-law, Todd Leszewski; the bridegroom s cousin, Matthew Wright; and the bridegroom s friend, Mark Eltringham. The b rid e s niece, C atherine D unn, served as flower girl. The bride s nephew, Charles P. Dunn, was,ring bearer. After a reception at The Ramada Inn, Hazlet, the couple took a wedding trip to Aruba. The bride graduiated from Raritan High School, Hazlet, and is attending Brookdale Community College, Lincroft. She is employed by Prudential Property & Casualty Insurance Co., Holmdel. The bridegroom graduated Raritan High School and attended Brookdale Community College. He is employed by E&B Marine Supply, Inc., Edison. The couple w ill live in Aberdeen. Lupia-Sullivan Christine Victoria Sullivan, daughter of Patricia Sullivan, East Brunswick, and Dennis Sullivan, St. Simons, Georiga, was married Aug. 12 to Timothy Michael Lupia, Lancaster, Ca., at St. Bartholomew s Catholic Church, E. Brunswick. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Lupia, Colts Neck. The maid of honor was Terry Goodlow. Bridesm aids were Lynda Dayton and Sharon Karl. The best man was Philip Guiliani. Ushers were Michael Skalitza and Sean Sullivan. A fter a reception at The Farrington Manor, East Brunswick, the couple took a wedding trip to San Diego, California. The bride graduated from East Brunswick High School and Berkeley Business School, Woodbridge. The bridegroom graduated from Marlboro High School and attended Brookdale Community College, Lincroft. He has his own business, Integrity Maintenance Co., California. The couple w ill live in San Diego. Sim ak-siffringer Mr. and Mrs. Roger W. Simak, Middletown, have announced the engagement of their daugher, Leah Beth, to Thomas C. Siffringer Jr. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Siffringer Sr., East Amherst, N.Y. A wedding is planned for Jan. 19,1991. The future bride graduated from Middletowh High School South and Purdue University. She is employed by NCR Corporation. The future bridegroom graduated from Middletown High School North and Wake Forest U n iverseity. He is employed by Houghton M ifflin Company. T. MOORE and J. MARSINI Moore-Marsini Mr. and Mrs. James L. Moore, Humboldt, Ten n., have announced the engagement of their daughter, Tammy Michele, to 2nd. Lt. John A. Marsini Jr. He is the son of John A. Marsini, Middletown, and the late Billie Sue. A wedding is planned for Dec. 27, The future bride attended the U.S. A ir Force Academy for her freshman and sophomore years and will attend Texas Tech., Lubbock, Texas, in the spring of 1990.,The future bridegroom graduated from Middletown High School North and the U.S. A ir Force Academy. He is attending pilot training at Reese A ir Force Base, Lubbock. MR. and MRS. TIM OTHY LUPIA DR. and MRS. M ICHAEL FLINTROP Flintrop-Venerus Barbara Elaine Venerus, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Venerus, New Monmouth, was married Aug. 12 to Dr. Michael John. Flintrop at St. Catherine s Catholic Church, Ringwood. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Flintrop, Ringwood. A Nuptial Mass, celebrated by Father Robert Nee, was followed by a reception at Skylands Manor, Ringwood State Park. The maid of honor was Susan Repetti.Bridesm aids were Heather O Sullivan, T e rri F lin tro p, L is a H udak, Suzanne Thorpe, and Lynette Estep.The best man was M ark Flin tro p.u shers were Steve Schweisinger, Bryan Venerus, Richard Venerus, and Richard Hudak. The couple honeymooned in Canada. The bride graduated from Middletown High School North and Rochester Institute of Technology. She is a senior art director with DuCair Bioessence, North Bergen. The bridegroom graduated from Lakeland High School, Georgetown University, Washington D.C., and the University of Medicine and Dentistry of N.J. He is the chief resident o f internal m edicine at UMDNJ, Newark. MR. and MRS. STEPHEN BREWER Brewer-W allin Julia A. Wallin, Forth Worth, Texas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Wallin, Middletown, was married Sept. 30 to Steven J. Brewer, Fort Worth, at St. Bartholomen Rom an C atho lic C h u rch, Fo rt Worth. He is the son of Merwin Brewer, Roswell, Georgia. The. bride was given in marriage by her father. Her sister, Linda S. W'allin, was maid of honor. Bridesmaid was Jamie G. Smith and best man was Scott Henson.Ushers were Bradley R. Wallin and Fred Gordon. After a reception at the Holiday Inn South, the couple took a Caribbean cruise. The bride graduated Middletown High School South and the University of Texas. She is an engineer with General Dynamics, Fort Worth. The bridegroom graduated from Roswell High School and Georgia Institute of Technology. He is an engineer with General Dynamics, Fort Worth, te The couple will live in Fort Worth. C '. Riverview births announced R E D B A N K The fo llo w in g births were announced recently at Riverview Medical Center. Donna and D avid Shrum, C liffwood, Nov. 20, a boy. Ruth and Gerard Crowe, C olts Neck, Nov. 20, a boy. A u re lia and A le x Sangalang, Hazlet, Nov. 20, a girl. Eleanor and Anthony Valentino, Hazlet, Nov. 18, a boy.. D awn and Jam es P a s lo w s k i, Hazlet, Nov. 17, a boy. Penny and Victor Crisanto, Port Monmouth, Nov. 17, a boy. Shirley and Mark Bennett, Hazlet, Nov. 17, a girl. Sandra and Joseph D ekis, C liffwood, Nov. 17, a boy. P atricia and V icto r W aitt, New Monmouth, Nov. 17, a boy. Rae Ann and Allen Spencer, Mat-. awan, Nov. 21, a girl. Marianne and John Ruane, Belford, Nov. 21, a boy. Kathleen and John Costaney, C liffwood Beach, Nov. 22, a boy. Eleanor and N icolino Straniero, Cliffwood, Nov. 27, a boy. Laurie and James Korkowski, Matawan, Nov. 28, a boy. Dawn and Mark O lini, Keyport, Nov. 29, a boy. Durrey and Nisar Ammad, North Middletown, Nov. 21, a boy. Colleen and Jam es Borkow ski, West Keansburg, Nov. 14, a girl. Kathleen and James Melo, Matawan, Nov. 14, a girl. Elaine and Christopher Kerslake, Keyport, Nov. 14, a boy. Madeline and Kevin Wright, Middletown, Nov. 13, a girl. Mary and Daniel Pontone, Colts Neck, Nov. 13, a boy. M aryanne and N icholas La k in, Hazlet, Sept. 9, a boy. Monmouth births announced LONG BRANCH The following births were announced recently at Monmouth Medical Center. Patricia and Thomas Foster, North Middletown, Nov. 6, a girl. Jud ith and M ichael Thompson, Cliffwood Beach, Nov. 8, a girl. Julie and Robert Magge, Middletown, Nov. 8, a girl. Katharine M. Roura, Middletown, Nov. 11, a boy. / Cynthia and Mark Goodman, Matawan, Nov. 11, a girl. Mary Anne and John Ellis, Matawan, Nov. 11, a boy. Lynne and Michael Dorsey, Hazlet, Nov. 14, a girl. Nancy and John Schanck, Keyport, Nov. 15, a boy. Susan and David Bemis, Middletown* Nov. 20, a girl. Monica and William Hogan Jr., Port Monmouth, Nov. 21, a girl.

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55 ! b v _ n i._ t i - i v j Money earmarked to convert school into senior center By Marilyn Duff KEYPO RT The borough s two elected bodies are coming to terms over the future of the East Keyport School building. The town is receiving a $350,000 Small Cities grant which will be used to convert the turn-of-the-century school house on Second Street into a senior citizen center. But first it must purchase the vacant building from the Board of Education. Borough Administrator John Kennedy said Frid ay there was a $25,000 d isagreement which he expects to be worked out, probably in the board s favor. At a Wednesday afternoon meeting between board and Borough Council representatives, Kennedy said the borough offered $150,000 for the building, but board members insisted on $175,000, calling the figure non-negotiable. The board s request was to be disussed further at last night s council meeting. Also, Kennedy said, the borough will have to have the property appraised. According to Board President Kevin Graham, the matter should be resolved at the board s Dec. 27 workshop meeting. S a n t a to v is it f ir e h o u s e Santa will be at the Freneau Volunteer Fire Co. Firehouse, Route 79, Matwan, 7-10 p.m. on Dec. 22 and 1-4 p.m. on Dec. 23. Would you like to have your child, grandchild, neice, nephew, or friend s child receive a present from Santa? If so, put one of their presents in a pillowcase, print his or her name on the pillowcase and the present. A $3 donation is requested, which will go to a Children s Burn Fund at St. Barnabas Burn Hospital. P F R P F P T HOLIDAY GIFTS! G ift C e rtific a te s A v a ila b le R E h A b M lt A T io N 283 Broadway lzoshoutos long Branch, H J U k iw M d, N J. 0 *78 1 (201) (201) THE INDEPENDENT, DECEM BER 13, B E F O R E. A F T E R. * W i t h o u r 4 w e e k w i n t e r s p e c i a l, y o u c a n m e l t 2 0 lb s. a w a y f o r a H a p p y N e w Y e a r. C a l l t o d a y f o r a F R E E c o n s u l t a t i o n, ^ ia C r o s s diet clinic D ET 13 lo c a tio n s in N ew J e r s e y & P e n n s y lv a n ia Ask about Holiday Gift Certificates. Excludes labs and supplements. Lose 3-7 lbs. per week. Expires 12/31/89 L E C I I t O W O R K S H O U R S : Sun. 10-7, Mon.-Thurs Fri. 9-3, Sat. 6p.m.-Midnight SPECIAL FOR THE WEEK d b PIONEER 45 J p, PROJECTION T.V.J f j * WE SMASH THE COMPETITION! We Will Not Be Undersold - Bring Your Best Real Price & We Guarantee To Lower It! VCR's VCR s CAMCORDERS T.V/s T.V.'s FJ FAX PHONES RAMOS 1HEPH0NES ANS. MACHINES ENTERTA1NMEHT CM O S OSM M CAMERAS UHSES C A M C O R D ER S PANASONIC PV $839. PV $1049. PV $1279 PVC $749. PVS $1249 PVS $1329. w E s s a m m PANASONIC 4920 $329 PANASONIC 4924 $369 PANASONIC 4960 $479 PANASONIC 2900 $279 PANASONIC 2912 $299 PANASONIC 4980 $729 ZENITH VRS160 $249. ZENITH VR550SUPER $529 ZENITH VR610 $549 W e ll B e a t Y o u r B e s t P r i c e s H O M E A U D IO T. V.' s C D P L A Y E R S AUDIO R ECEIV ER S VSX9500 LOWEST VSX7500 IN VSX5500 NJ. LASER DISCS 1070 LOWEST 2070 IN 3070 N.J. A l l OTHERS TOO NUMEROUS TO LIST - A ll AT THE IO W IST PRICES IN N J.I TELEPHO N ES PANASONIC KXT1418 PANASONIC KXT4200 A ll P a n a so n ic P h o n e s & A n s w e rin g M a c h in e s LO W EST P R IC E S! $64. $154 F R E E F IL M D E V E LO P IN G C Exp. C Exp. 36 Exp. Roll of Kodak Film with each Roll Developed & Printed >2nd Set of 4x6 Prints 5x7 Print -Your choice of negative 8th Roll with all Freebies Only $7. $ S P E C IA LS 110 Pocket Camera $14.95w/Flash 35mm Focus Free $24.95w/Flash CHINON HANDY ZOOM 5001 $214. CHINON GENESIS $248. CHINON GLX AUTO TELE. $ CHINON BELLAMI $114. YASHICA NINJA $109 YASHICA SAMURAI $109 ALL MINOLTA AUTO FOCUS - IN STOCK ALL CANON AUTO FOCUS - INSTOCK ALL PENTAX AUTO FOCUS - IN STOCK ALL YASHICA AF - IN STOCK {"win"a free vcr" I Name... Address... Phone Must bring in to store. Winner need not be present. Drawing P la z a 3 4,1 0 0 H ig h w a y 3 4, M a ta w a n, N J Personal Checks are Accepted

56 4 8 DECEM BER 13, 1989, THE INDEPENDENT Coalition closes report on county s homeless problem By Mike Burke The fate of some 15,000 children, an untold number of whom live a tenuous and chaotic existence in motel rooms in Monmouth County, hangs in the balance while various levels of government and a host of service agencies grapple with Band-Aid solutions to the growing crisis of homelessness. With that thought, a coalition of nearly 40 organizations known as CHASE, an acronym for Coordinated Housing and Support Effort closed its report on the plight of the homeless in one of the most affluent counties in one of the nation s most affluent states. Released last week, the report w ill serve EQUAL HOUSING LENDER M e m b e r FDIC " f t * * - e C0 a W a % o ( ' «' e M je v M as the first stage in what its authors promise to be a continuing battle to make inroads on the problem. The Community Services Association of Greater Red Bank, a non-profit human services planning group, initiated and coordinated the study with the help of volunteers from a wide range of both public and private service agencies, as well as church groups. Terri Blair, CSA president, said CHASE designed the report to assess the scope of the homeless problem and related areas and to recommend remedies for the primary problem and its tributaries. A CSA-sponsored forum on the Lincroft campus of Brookdale Community College s 0 ^ 3 ' in March provided the genesis for the report. In addition to evaluating the situation and itemizing programs under way to address it, the report outlines some long-term strategies and lists available services for people needing immediate help. This is one of the most exciting documents on homelessness I ve seen in awhile, said Tricia Fagan, keynote speaker in a press conference convened for the unveiling of the report and director of the Homelessness Prevention Project at the American Affordable Housing Institute of Rutgers University. It s an excellent example of the type of coordinated efforts that communities must undertake, Fagan said. h i e Homelessness is the most deeply-rooted crisis in this state, this county, this country, Fagan continued. Although homeless people form a highlyvisible component of urban life, they can remain nearly invisible in suburban areas, particularly well-to-do communities, Fagan observed. A ll too often, we re guilty of hiding our homeless, she noted. We can t do that anymore. According to the CHASE report, some homeless people, including about children, reside in the Garden State. Although it did not number the total, the report indicated that only Essex County has a larger population of homeless children than Monmouth. During the 1980s, low-and moderate-income families in the county suffered from the same 75-percent shrinkage in federal housing subsidies that plagued the rest of the nation, the report noted. Concurrently, fair-market rental rates in the county soared to an all-time high, ranging from $540 a month for a one-bedroom unit to as high as $892 for a four-bedroom unit. Predictably, such conditions led to renters doling out higher proportions of their income for shelter. Among the hardest hit in the county were recipients of the most well-known form of public assistance, Aid to Families with Dependent Children, more commonly referred to as AFDC. Clients reliant on AFDC now spend an average of 93 percent of monthly checks for shelter, according to the report. The monthly allowance for a mother with three children totals about $424 and a mother of two receives about $393 to meet all expenses each month. Despite an enormous response to homelessness in Monmouth County, confusion about available resources and significant gaps in those resources remain, the report stated. These gaps are frustrating to agency personnel as well as to the homeless and nearhomeless who fall through them, the report read. Among CHASE s recommendations to alleviate human suffering are the creation of affordable day care and latch key programs for the children of the poor. Legislation to induce municipalities or private developers to establish more housing for low-and moderate-income families is another suggestion at the top of the CHASE priority list. Also, the report advocates the elimination of restrictive zoning requirements and what one CHASE member called other hidden enemies, local ordinances that form barriers against initiatives to provide housing for the needy. Such hindrances allow everyone to keep passing the buck, said Kerry G. Zukus, a Red Bank businessman and Borough Councilman-elect. But housing the homeless is everyone s moral responsibility. Finally, CH A SE calls on citizens and institutions to read the report and identify which piece of this problem they are willing to tackle and thereby become part of the solution. The children are waiting to see our response. Anyone interested in securing a copy of the report may contact CSA at

57 THE INDEPENDENT, DECEM BER 13, Help arrives for homeless RED BAN K Help has arrived for the homeless and those facing eviction. A report compiled by CHASE the Coordinated Housing and Support Effort a coalition of nearly 40 human service organizations and church groups, provides a two-page list of numbers to call for information about shelter and support. Members of the the Community Services Association of Greater Red Bank, the non-profit organization that initiated the study and coordinated its production, hope the list will prove particularly helpful to individuals and serviceproviding agencies as winter begins to dig in. Copies of the report and additional information may be obtained by contacting CSA at A partial list of services and the population intended to be served follows. Fo r general referral to sources, call the United Way s First Call for Help, Some tenants facing eviction may receive help from the Monmouth County Board of Social Services. Contact a housing counselor at , either before or after receiving an eviction notice. Also, help may be available through the state Department of Community Affairs, Women with one or two children under age 13 may be eligible for shelter in Manna House, Aberdeen, Homeless recipients of AFDC (Aid to Families with Dependent Children) or SSI (Supplemental Security Income) may be eligible for county assistance. Call an emergency fund counselor at Homeless recipients of municipal welfare, also known as general assistance, should call the local welfare director or police department. Homeless people who do not receive public assistance funds may be eligible for help from the county D epartm ent of Human Services at Checkmate Inc. s Emergency Shelter, , may also be able to help those who don t receive any public assistance. Women victimized by violence or at risk of being hurt may receive help from the Woman s Center, Keyport, at Funds for emergency shelter may be available through Lunch Break, Red Bank, at , or through Pro ject P au l, Keansburg, at Short-term emergency shelter may be available through St. Benedict Roman Catholic Church, Holmdel, at or Emergency shelter may also be available at Mercy Center in Asbury Park, Mike Burke Recent m overs must file for tax rebate M ID D LET O W N The Monmouth County Board of Realtors is cautioning homeowners who have moved recently that they may run the risk of losing their state Homestead Tax Rebate by failing to meet the application deadline of Dec. 1. m fe Cottage In L A N D M A R K IN KEYPO R T, N.J. Wishing You All a Happy Holiday We Will Be Closed Christmas Day We Will Be Opened New Year s Eve and New Year s Day B rin g T h is A d T u e s. th ru F r i. 1 2 to 3 p.m EXCEPT RESTAURANT HOLIDAYS AND RECEIVE 50% OFFuast Expensive Luncheon Selected EARLY BIRD COMPLETE DINNER SPECIALS Tues. thru Fri. 3 P.M. to 5 P.M. ONE DINER CANNOT USE THIS PLAN NOR WILL CREDIT CARDS BE ACCEPTED BANQUETS UP TO 200 PEOPLE OFFER EXPIRES 12/22/89 149W. FRONT ST., KEYPORT (201) [^ ] HEARTLAND G U A R A N T E E : I f n o t s a t i s f i e d w i t h t h e w o r k m a n s h i p o r m a t e r i a l i n y o u r b a r n, p h o n e o u r l o c a l b r a n c h, o r o u r r e g i o n a l c u s t o m e r h o t l i n e, R e s p o n s e w i t h i n 4 8 h o u r s g u a r a n t e e d. N O D O W N P A Y M E N T 9 0 D A Y O P T IO N (On approved credit) MasterCard Visa Discover Card America s # 1 Backyard Builder M o d e l C le a r a n c e a t C o s t L o w e s t P r ic e s o f t h e Y e a r T q b u y N O W - p h o n e We re trimming our holiday loans. I F I T S B E G I N N I N G t o l o o k a l o t l i k e y o u l l h a v e m o r e h o l i d a y b i l l s t h a n y o u p l a n n e d, l o o k f o r a b a r g a i n o n a h o l i d a y l o a n. Y o u l l f i n d o n e a t C e n t r a l J e r s e y B a n k w h e r e, f o r a l i m i t e d t i m e, w e l l t a k e V i % o f f y o u r i n t e r e s t r a t e o n a p e r s o n a l l o a n. T O Q U A L I F Y F O R t h e d i s c o u n t, j u s t h a v e y o u r m o n t h l y p a y m e n t s a u t o m a t i c a l l y d e d u c t e d f r o m a n y C e n t r a l J e r s e y B a n k c h e c k i n g a c c o u n t. I f y o u d o n t h a v e a c h e c k i n g a c c o u n t w i t h u s, w e l l h e l p y o u o p e n ET' o n e i n m i n u t e s. A N D I N A D D I T I O N t o a l o w e r i n t e r e s t r a t e o n y o u r l o a n, y o u l l e n j o y t h e c o n v e n i e n c e o f a u t o m a t i c d e d u c t i o n n o p a y m e n t b o o k s t o k e e p t r a c k o f, n o c h e c k s t o w r i t e, n o s t a m p s t o b u y. F O R T H E N E A R E S T C e n t r a l J e r s e y o f f i c e, g i v e u s a j i n g l e a t O r t o a p p l y b y p h o n e, c a l l * A n d l e t u s t r i m a l o a n f o r y o u. L o w P a ym e n ts o n Your Loan Amount H o lid a y Lo a n! Number of Months APRwith h%discount** Monthly Payment S2, % S S3, % S According to Board President G lo ria Woodward, the reason for this is that the Division of Taxation does not permit the application to be forwarded from the old address to the new. Application forms have already been mailed to homeowners. S 5, % S S % S For personal loans up to S7,500 only. Rates subject lo change daily. Any homeowner who has not received a rebate application form in the mail may obtain a new application from the tax assessor in the municipality where he or she resides and mail it to Trenton. To be eligible for a New Jersey Homestead Rebate, you must have owned and occupied the property you are claiming as your principal place of residence as of midnight, Oct. 1, and must file the application by Dec. 1 of the same year. The rebate checks are mailed in mid-july of the following year. S c e N T R a L m j e R s e y B a N K a r j D t r u s t

58 5 0 DECEM BER 13, 1989, THE INDEPENDENT Council fo cu se s on m aster plan By Marilyn Duff K E Y P O R T The Borough Council again Tuesday postponed introduction of its new zoning ordinance to implement the master plan. Because of the delay, the ordinance is not expected to be introduced until January. The Democrat-controlled council had hoped to adopt the ordinance before Jan. 1, when Republicans will assume the majority role on the governing body. The ordinance must also be officially considered by the Planning Board between introduction and final adoption. The board last week raised questions about the ordinance during an informal review. Republican council members John Merla and June Atkins had sought a postponement last week, saying the zoning officer had not had a chance to review the ordinance and the two councilmen-elect had not seen revisions made at the last council meeting. Merla Tuesday said that both the zoning officer and construction code official have questions about the ordinance. I think we should give the new councilmen a chance to look it over, Merla said. Merla also said the term townhouse is used in the new ordinance but never defined, while the term row house is defined but never used. In the document, he said, a townhouse appears to be an upscale row house.. However, Mayor Edward Flynn, a Democrat, said those questions should have been raised at a previous meeting when council reviewed the matter with Planner John Chadwick. N o w a c c e p t i n g a p p l i c a t i o n s f o r 1990 M i n i D a y Program * Experienced Adult Staff (NO Counselor Trainees) * Completely separate from Full Day campers * Developmental program daily 12:30-4 * Red Cross Water Safety Instruction * Early childhood specialists: dance, crafts, puppetry, performing arts, cooking, gymnastics, athletics * Low camper.staff ratio * Separate groups for different ages Call for further information Limited openings. G o r d o n s C o r n e r R d. M a n a l a p a n S a n d y & R o n L e i s e r, D i r e c t o r s A C A A c c r e d i t e d A w o n d e r l a n d o f t r e a s u r e s f r o m t h e N e v e s c o l l e c t i o n o f f i n e j e w e l r y. Q U A L I T Y S E R V I C E A F F O R D A B L E P R I C E S S t o c k i n g - S t u f f e r S a l e! SAVE 100 & U p o n - S E L E C T L E A T H E R S - a n d p u t i t i n y o u r o w n s t o c k i n g! 184" Great ouldoorsmnn jacket lambskin, liarth colors. 20'- 50'offList Prices Every Day EXTENDED HOLIDAY HOURS: J E W E L E R S W O O DBRIDGE 103 M ain Street PERTH AM BOY EDISON 171 Sm ith Street Route A L L M A J O R C R E D I T C A R O S A C C E P T E D D aily 9 :0 0 to 9:00, Satu rday 9 :0 0 to 7:00 Su n d ay 10:00 to 5:00 A B ER D EEN Rt. 34 at Lloyd R o ad /5 0 0 in New Jersey (201)! Hiiitmiliml fifiwi I, 1I.II1IU'. Hi 4:i4.'j:H)ll I'.iuimr. m 1/ fis? 8?oc foinw.i «wi im :i I M.ii-owt MW0//0. Ibmi» I18/ :ihw (i.kwiind /H<) 0?8H N I l.imlidil m!rl!» I Womllin(1i)ii /SO0U t I Brunswick M<)() 44<)<l M, 1l.1w.it 1??SS stimw'.ikkv :m m/i ' I oik] Hutch hl.ind (fio!) 't'l / (II On Long Island (516) ValU^vStream/91IMS Manhassd 36b 10// WcMhury W 70fO H(iim<]lnn 8/ I aki* C.iuwS89/88 New Stores: Rego Park, Manhasset, Danbury* In Queens (718) HoqnPark?7fi )19.'i (0 i >AIi.'x.iihIws) In Westchester (9t4) HurmriHln V S 0/11 In Connecticut (203) >n/y/4hi9.v8 Holiday hours: Monday Friday Sal 10-9Sun 11-6 ll'.l (Mill I AvAWA<I lan

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60 5 2 DECEMBER 13, 1989, THE INDEPENDENT Photograph by William Perlman COLTS NECK BANK HEIST The East Jersey Savings Bank on Route 34 in Colts Neck was robbed of an undisclosed amount of money by an armed gunman Friday afternoon. Robber sought in holdup C O LT S N E C K A robbery took place on Friday at the-east Jersey Savings Bank on Route 34. According to township police, a white man between 5-10 and 5-11 with a medium build and a beard enter the bank at 1:45 p.m. and demanded that the teller give him money. The man showed a handgun to the teller. No one was hurt during the robbery, but according to police the teller was shaken by the incident. There were no customers in the bank SPECIALIZING IN BODY BUILDING SUPPLEMENTS BY at the time of the robbery. After being given an undetermined ampunt of money the man fled on foot. Sgt. R. Maxwell and Ptl. S. Littlefield are investigating the robbery with the help of the Monmouth County Prosecutor s Office and the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Bank officals are refusing to comment on the robbery, but as of Monday they were still trying to determine how much was taken. An artist from the state police is expected in town tommorrow to draw a composite sketch of the robber. MUSCLE MASTER UNI PRO CYBERGENICS MLO PURE POWER VITA LAB CHAMPION WEIDER With Complete Line Ot NATURAL FOODS MINERALS. HERBS SPORTS NUTRITION COSMETICS BOOKS and OUR ALWAYS DISCOUNTED VITAMINS BY SOLGAR TWIN LAB NATURE S PLUS THOMPSON KAL SCHIFF CARLSON RAINBOW LIGHT FUTURE BIOTICS FOOD SCIENCE AND OUR OWN NuGeneratlon VITAMINS FOR EVEN GREATER VALUE Iff F R E S H M A D E P E A N U T B U TTER A L M O N D B U T T ER C A S H E W BU TTER ' STOCK INCLUDING I CHS ALREADY ' " F R T r x ' 1Lb. 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ADDRESS CITY _ PHONE C l u b M e m b e r o f M e m b e r s h i p E x p ir e s P O L IC E B E A T A l l i n f o r m a t i o n i n t h e f o l l o w i n g r e p o r t s w a s t a k e n f r o m l o c a l p o l i c e d e p a r t m e n t r e c o r d s. A B E R D E E N A car belonging to a Cottage Street man was vandalized on Nov. 30 or 31. The man reported the accident on Dec. 6 after his mechanic told him dirt had been poured into the crankcase of his car. A Naples Avenue man was assaulted at 5:10 p.m. Dec. 6. The man reported to police that he was punched in the nose when he and his alleged assailant got into an argument over payment for a car ride. A Matawan man had $720 of merchandise stolen from a rented storage area in U- > Store-It Village on Country Road. The Matawan man reported that some valuable items were left in the storage area while other things were taken. A West Prospect woman reported to police that two blankets were stolen from her home between 4 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. Dec. 3. The woman said that a temporary resident may have stolen the blankets, which are worth a total of $135. A West Keansburg man was assaulted at 11 p.m. Dec. 4 at the Country Spot Bar on Lower Main Street. The man reported that he got into a fight with two or more men at the bar, because of an incident concerning his girlfriend. A Van Brackle Road man threatened to kill his wife at 4:50 p.m. Dec. 2 when she told him she wanted a divorce. A restraining order was later made out against the man. A man threatened an employee of Next Stop Liquors on Route 35 at 10 a.m. Dec. 3. The man reportedly entered the store and purchased a state lottery ticket with the previous day s winning numbers. The man then ordered the employee to pay him for yesterday s winning numbers because, the man contended, he had asked for those numbers yesterday but the employee had given him the wrong ones. A man who performed a lewd act on Nov. 30 is being sought by police. The man reportedly followed a 16-year-old girl along Matawan Avenue and then masturbated in front of her. The man, described as a white male in his 20s with brown hair and brown eyes, drives a Ford Mustang. A car belonging to a Tinton Falls man was stolen between 9:30 p.m. and 10:45 p.m. from a Lloyd Road business. The car was involved in a chase from Clark Street in Hazlet onto the Garden State Parkway. The car eventually got into an accident on the Parkway. C O L T S N E C K Brock Farms on Route 34 was robbed of nearly $1,000 between 9 p.m. Nov. 29 and noon Nov. 30. The thieves broke into the building through a back window. An Orchard Lane man was arrested at 6:30 p.m. Nov. 29 on charges of violating a restraining order. When police arrived on the scene the man said he was there to bring food and money. Patrolman Steven Wetzel frisked the man and found a knife. H A Z L E T A syringe, tissues dabbed with blood, and empty packages of what appeared to have held heroirt were jammed in a cigarette box discarded at the Sunoco Station, Route 36. The box and its contents, turned into Police Headquarters Dec. 7, were destroyed. A Highlands male was stopped at the Bradlee s parking lot Dec. 6 because the car he was driving had a tinted window. He was discovered to have a revoked license, but was later released on his own recognizance. Patrolman Mark Bauther attended. A rock was thrown through the window of a Ford parked at the Brookdale Music Center Dec. 5. The car belonged to a Racoon Drive male. Patrolman John Van Dright investigated, but no suspects were found. A pocketbook was snatched from a Keyport female at the Pathmark parking lot at 11:30 a.m. Dec. 7. The suspect was described as being a black male, about 5 6, wearing a dark jacket and blue jeans. Several criminal acts of mischief at Bethany Crossing were reported D ec. 2. According to a resident, over the past few weeks a window was broken, a sprinkler head was torn out, and a sign in the building was torn off. A camcorder worth $1, was stolen from a Keansburg male s Buick parked at Bradlees Dec. 3. Entry appeared to have been forced through a loose window. Patrolman Joseph Akers investigated. A car, property of the Shorelands Water Company, was stolen Nov. 30. Someone apparently stole the keys from the building and drove off with the Ford, valued at $10,000. Patrolman Joseph Akers investigated. H O L M D E L The Holmdel Police Department says that the week has been so quiet, nothing worth reporting has happened. K E Y P O R T A 10-foot, fiberglass extension ladder was reported stolen Dec. 7 from a van parked on Osborne Street. A Belford man was charged with disregarding a traffic signal after a two-car accident at 1:24 a.m. Dec. 7 at Nappi and Maple places. The man was also charged with not wearing a seatbelt. Three Two-car accidents occurred on Route 35 at 11:39 a.m. Dec. 3, 10:04 a.m. Dec. 4 and 7:19 p.m. Dec. 6.. A Broad Street woman notified police Dec. 5 that a male acquaintance stole $300 from her purse during a visit at her residence. Detective Stephen Wheeler was the investigating officer. A woman notified police Dec. 2 that her recently purchased, $200 coat was stolen while she was dining at a Route 35 restaurant. An Aberdeen man was released on $1,000 bond after being stopped for speeding on Atlantic Street and charged with driving while suspended. Patrolman David Sorber made the arrest. Court date was set for Jan. 3. M A T A W A N A mirror attached to the outside of a Broad Street building was broken Nov. 30 by someone who was then seen fleeing the area. The business owner was unable to determine the cost of replacing the mirror at reporting time. Patrolmen Joseph Dzwil and Robert McGowan, and Sgt. Richard Nusbaum reported.. A Sutton Drive resident reported that between 6:20 a.m. and 5:15 p.m. Dec. 1 someone entered her car parked at the train station and removed $6 in change from the ashtray. No other theft or damage was reported. Ptl. Robert McGowan reported. M I D D L E T O W N A portable television, a microwave oven, and a mattress were stolen between 5 p.m. Dec. 1 and 1:10 p.m. Dec. 2 from a trailer set up alongside Channel Home Centers on Route 35. Entry was apparently gained by prying open the trailer door. Patrolman Bernie Chenoweth reported. The left rear tire of a 1990 Chevrolet Metro parked in front of A ll American Chevrolet was stolen between 6 p.m. Dec. 2 and 8 a.m. Dec. 4. Also, a car radio was stolen from a 1988 Chevrolet Beretta. Total value of the stolen items was estimated at $300. Patrolman Frank Holden reported. A 16-inch gold necklace with two diamond chips and an amethyst, valued at $250 to $300,.was stolen between Nov. 30 and Dec. 5 from a Monmouth Avenue residence. Entry was gained by breaking a rear door window. Patrolman Ronald Chesek reported. A Columbia bicycle valued at $150 was stolen between 4:30 p.m. and 4:45 p.m. Dec. 3 from outside the Port Monmouth Library. Patrolman John H ill reported. The tire on a Toyota pick-up truck parked at a Clubhouse Drive location was pierced between 4 p.m. Dec. 9 and 9:15 a.m. Dec. 10. Damage was estimated at $350. Patrolman Daniel Murdoch reported.

61 THE INDEPENDENT, DECEM BER 13, North, South dominate all-star field hockey team By Keith Grober M a r g a r e t M e y e r : T h e p l a y m a k e r f o r t h e M i d d l e t o w n N o r t h o f f e n s e, M e y e r w a s M i d d l e t o w n w a s t h e s c e n e f o r m o s t o f a n o u t s t a n d i n g r a c e f o r t h e t o p o f t h e S h o r e C o n f e r e n c e A N o r t h D i v i s i o n f i e l d h o c k e y s t a n d i n g s t h i s f a ll. M i d d l e t o w n N o r t h a n d M i d d l e t o w n S o u t h s u r p r is e d m a n y o f t h e e x p e r t s a n d f i n i s h e d i n t h e t o p t w o s p o t s. N o r t h s L i o n s w o n t h e d i v i s i o n t i t l e w i t h a r e c o r d (2 1 p o i n t s ) a n d f i n i s h e d w i t h a n o v e r a l l r e c o r d. S o u t h s E a g l e s r e b o u n d e d f r o m a d o w n y e a r t o p o s t a A N o r t h r e c o r d ( 2 0 g i v e n t h e r e s p o n s i b i l i t y o f b r i n g i n g t h e b a l l u p t h e f i e ld. M e y e r w a s a ls o o n e o f t h e p l a y e r s w h o f o u n d t h e n e t, s c o r i n g s ix g o a ls a n d a d d i n g t w o a s s is t s. S h e s c o r e d t w o g o a ls i n t h e f i r s t h a l f o f a 5-0 v i c t o r y o v e r M a t a w a n. T o n i F a r i n e l l a : A l l i s o n B i n n s g r a d u a t i o n l e f t a s c o r i n g v o i d i n t h e L i o n s a t t a c k a n d F a r i n e l l a p i c k e d u p m u c h o f t h e s la c k. F a r i n e l l a le d M i d d l e t o w n N o r t h w i t h 1 0 g o a ls " a n d t i e d f o r t h e c l u b l e a d w i t h f o u r a s s is t s. S h e s c o r e d t h e g a m e - w i n n i n g g o a l a g a i n s t R e d B a n k i n t h e s e c o n d o v e r t i m e i n t h e p o i n t s ) a n d a n o v e r a l l m a r k o f o p e n i n g r o u n d o f t h e S h o r e C o n f e r e n c e T o u r n a m e n t. P l a y e r s f r o m t h e t w o M i d d l e t o w n s c h o o l s h a v e e a r n e d 11 o f t h e 12 s p o t s o n t h e K a r e n Z e r o : M i d d l e t o w n S o u t h h a d a s t r o n g o n e - t w o a t t a c k w i t h Z e r o c o m b i n i n g I n d e p e n d e n t A r e a A l l - S t a r F i e l d H o c k e y w i t h H e r r m a n n t o p a c e t h e E a g l e s t o a n 11- T e a m. T w o g o a l ie s w e r e c h o s e n o n t h e w i n s e a s o n.. Z e r o w a s s e c o n d t o H e r r m a n n t e a m. w i t h 11 g o a ls a n d s h e a d d e d t w o a s s is t s t o M i d d l e t o w n N o r t h l e a d s t h e w a y w i t h s ix f i n i s h t h i r d i n t h e a r e a s c o r i n g r a c e. F i v e o f s e l e c t i o n s, i n c l u d i n g A l l - S h o r e h o n o r e e T a Z e r o s g o a ls c a m e i n a w i n a g a i n s t M a t r a S c h u l z. A l s o r e p r e s e n t in g c o a c h K a r e n C o l l i n s a w a n. T h e j u n i o r is a n e a r l y f a v o r i t e t o w i n, t h e I n d e p e n d e n t a r e a s c o r i n g r a c e. t e a m a r e f o r w a r d s M a r g a r e t M e y e r, * T o n i K e l l y R o g e r s : R o g e r s h a d a k n a c k f o r F a r i n e l l a, K e l l y R o g e r s, s w e e p e r B e t h C o r b e t t a n d g o a l ie C h r i s t i n a H a l t a r d. T h e E a g l e s a r e l e d b y t h e I n d e p e n s c o r i n g i n t h e c l u t c h, n e t t i n g t h e g a m e - t y in g g o a l i n a 1-1 t i e w i t h M i d d l e t o w n S o u t h a n d t h e g a m e - w i n n i n g g o a l i n a 1-0 w i n o v e r t h e d e n t a r e a s c o r i n g c h a m p i o n C h e r y l H e r E a g l e s. T h e t w o g o a ls p r o v e d t o b e t h e d i f r m a n n. F o r w a r d K a r e n Z e r o, d e f e n d e r M a r y F l y n n a n d g o a l ie T r a c y M c E v i l l y a r e t h e o t h e r m e m b e r s o f M i d d l e t o w n S o u t h t o f e r e n c e b e t w e e n t h e A N o r t h t i t l e a n d s e c o n d p l a c e. O n t h e s e a s o n, t h e j u n i o r s c o r e d s i x g o a ls a n d o n e a s s is t. b e s e le c t e d.. T a r a S c h u l z : A t w o - t i m e A l l - S h o r e s e le c R a r i t a n s M a r i a n n e D u v a c o m p l e t e s t h e I n d e p e n d e n t t e a m. t i o n, S c h u l z is t h e p r e m i e r d e f e n s i v e p l a y e r i n t h e S h o r e C o n f e r e n c e. M o v i n g f r o m m i d f i e l d t o d e f e n s e t h i s s e a s o n, S c h u l z s t i l l C h e r y l H e r r m a n n : I t w a s n o s c o r i n g r a c e a s t h e M i d d l e t o w n S o u t h s e n i o r e a s i l y o u t f o u n d t i m e t o c o n t r i b u t e t o t h e a t t a c k b y s c o r i n g s i x g o a ls a n d f o u r a s s is t s, s e c o n d t o d i s t a n c e d t h e c o m p e t i t i o n b y s c o r i n g 1 7 F a r i n e l l a s 1 4 p o i n t s o n t h e L i o n s. T h e I n g o a ls a n d 11 a s s i s t s, H e a d i n g t h e I n d e p e n d e p e n d e n t A t h l e t e o f t h e M o n t h f o r N o d e n t a r e a i n b o t h c a t e g o r ie s. H e r r m a n n v e m b e r is a l s o a t w o - t i m e A l l - I n d e p e n d e n t e m e r g e d a s a m a j o r o f f e n s i v e f o r c e i n , s e l e c t i o n i n s o f t b a l l. S c h u l z s c o r e d t h e a l t h o u g h s h e d i d l e a d t h e E a g l e s i n s c o r i n g w i t h s e v e n g o a ls i n S h e s c o r e d f i v e g a m e - w i n n i n g g o a l i n a N e p t u n e. 1-0 v i c t o r y o v e r g o a ls a n d t h r e e a s s is t s a g a i n s t M a t a w a n i n a w i n. T e r i C u r t o : S l o w e d b y i n j u r i e s t o s t a r t t h e s e a s o n, C u r t o w a s p a r t o f a M i d d l e t o w n 1989 Independent Area All-Star Field Hockey Team NAME SCHOOL POSITION Cheryl Herrmann Midd. South Forward Margaret Meyer Midd. North Forward Toni Farinella Midd. North Forward Karen Zero Midd. South Forward Kelly Rogers Midd. North / Forward Tara Schulz Midd. North Back Teri Curto Midd. North Back Marianne Duva Raritan Back Beth Corbett Midd. North Back Mary Flynn Midd. South Back Tracy McEvilly Midd. South Goalie Christina Hallard Midd. North Goalie N o r t h d e f e n s e w h i c h a l l o w e d o n l y s e v e n g o a ls t h i s s e a s o n. A s t r o n g a l l- a r o u n d d e f e n s i v e p l a y e r, C u r t o c h i p p e d i n t w o g o a ls a n d t w o a s s is t s o n t h e y e a r. T h e s e n i o r s c o r e d i n v i c t o r i e s o v e r R a r i t a n a n d M a t a w a n. M a r i a n n e D u v a : T h e o n l y s e l e c t i o n n o t t o b e f r o m M i d d l e t o w n, t h e R a r i t a n s e n i o r w a s a b r i g h t s p o t i n a n o t h e r o f f s e a s o n f o r t h e R o c k e t s. D u v a h e l p e d k e e p R a r i t a n i n g a m e s w i t h h e r d e f e n s i v e p l a y a n d s h e w a s t h e t e a m s s e c o n d l e a d i n g s c o r e r w i t h f o u r g o a ls. S h e s c o r e d t w o g o a ls i n a 6-2 l o s s t o O c e a n. B e t h C o r b e t t : C o a c h C o l l i n s g iv e s a n a w a r d t o t h e d e f e n s i v e p l a y e r o f t h e g a m e a n d C o r b e t t l e d t h e t e a m w i t h e i g h t c i t a t i o n s. T h e j u n i o r h e l p e d M i d d l e t o w n N o r t h YEAR Senior Senior Senior Junior Junior Senior Senior Senior Senior Senior Junior Junior r e c o r d 1 2 s h u t o u t s o n t h e s e a s o n a n d s h o u l d b e t h e n u c l e u s f o r a n o t h e r s t r o n g d e f e n s e n e x t y e a r. M a r y F l y n n : M i d d l e t o w n S o u t h s o f f e n s e w a s s t r o n g w i t h H e r r m a n n a n d Z e r o, b u t t h e d e f e n s e o n l y a l l o w e d 1 0 g o a ls t h i s s e a s o n, t h a n k s i n la r g e p a r t t o F l y n n. C o a c h D o n n a S m a c k b e l i e v e s F l y n n h a s a f i e l d h o c k e y f u t u r e i n c o lle g e. F l y n n a s s i s t e d o n f o u r g o a ls t h i s s e a s o n. T r a c y M c E v i l l y a n d C h r i s t i n a H a l l a r d : T h e s e t w o j u n i o r s h a d p r a c t i c a l l y t h e s a m e s u c c e s s i n t h e i r f i r s t s e a s o n s a s s t a r t e r s. M c E v i l l y ( ) s t a r t e d 15 g a m e s f o r M i d d l e t o w n S o u t h a n d a l l o w e d s e v e n g o a ls, r e c o r d i n g n i n e s h u t o u t s a n d s p l i t t i n g t w o o t h e r s, w h i l e H a l l a r d ( ) s t a r t e d 1 4 g a m e s f o r M i d d l e t o w n N o r t h a n d a l l o w e d s e v e n g o a l s w i t h 1 0 s h u t o u t s. B R I N G I T U P Middletown North s Teri Curto (I) played a prominent role for a defense which only allowed seven goals during the 1969 season. Curto has been selected to the Independent Area All-Star Field Hockey Team. Photographs by William Perlman L O O S E B A L L Middletown North s Tara Schulz (25) fights off Heather Sevard of Red Bank in a game played during the 1989 season. Schulz has been selected to the Independent Area All Star Field Hockey Team for the second consecutive year.

62 5 4 DECEM BER 13, 1989, THE INDEPENDENT S P O R T S Vengelis, Verdi, Mendez earn repeat berths on squad C o l t s, R o c k e t s c l a i m e d d i v i s i o n c r o w n s i n C h r i s t i a n B r o t h e r s A c a d e m y a n d R a r i t a n w e r e t h e t w o I n d e p e n d e n t a r e a h i g h s c h o o l s w h i c h h a d t h e b e s t s e a s o n s o n t h e s o c c e r f i e l d i n t h e f a l l o f '. C B A p i c k e d u p i t s a n n u a l S h o r e C o n f e r e n c e A N o r t h D i v i s i o n c h a m p i o n s h i p, w i n n i n g 11 g a m e s, t o p s i n t h e I n d e p e n d e n t a r e a. R a r i t a n t i e d S t. R o s e f o r t h e B N o r t h t i t l e, f i n i s h i n g t h e s e a s o n w i t h a r e c o r d. T h e C o l t s a n d t h e R o c k e t s l e a d t h e I n d e p e n d e n t A r e a A l l - S t a r S o c c e r T e a m w i t h a c o m b i n e d s e v e n s e le c t io n s. C B A p l a y e r s i n c l u d e h a l f b a c k D a v e F r y e, f u l l b a c k E r i c O u a n o a n d g o a l i e J o h n I l l u z z i, w h i l e R a r i t a n i s r e p r e s e n t e d b y f o r w a r d J a s o n V e n g e l i s, h a l f b a c k R o c k y S t r a z z e l l a a n d f u l l b a c k s C r a i g C h u r n e y a n d M a t t L o b u r. L a s t s e a s o n t h e t w o d i v i s i o n a l c h a m p i o n s c o m b i n e d t o p l k c e s i x a t h l e t e s o r f t h e I n d e p e n d e n t a l l- s t a r s q u a d. R o u n d i n g o u t t h e I n d e p e n d e n t t e a m a r e S t. J o h n V i a n n e y f o r w a r d K e i t h V e r d i, M i d d l e t o w n N o r t h h a l f b a c k B i l l y H a r t e a n d M i d d l e t o w n S o u t h f o r w a r d J e f f S c o u t e l a s a n d h a l f b a c k R o b e r t M e n d e z. R e p e a t s e l e c t i o n s f r o m a r e V e n g e l i s, Independent Area 1989 All-Star Soccer Team V e r d i a n d M e n d e z. J a s o n V e n g e l i s : T h e R a r i t a n f o r w a r d l e d h i s t e a m i n s c o r i n g f o r t h e s e c o n d c o n s e c u t i v e y e a r, f i n i s h i n g f o u r t h i n t h e I n d e p e n d e n t a r e a w i t h 2 6 p o i n t s o n 11 g o a l s a n d f o u r a s s is t s. V e n g e l i s s c o r e d f o u r o f h i s g o a ls i n t h e R o c k e t s v i c t o r y o v e r M a t e r D e i, e a r l y i n t h e s e a s o n. H e s c o r e d a h a t t r i c k i n a 7-0 w i n o v e r S t. J o h n V i a n n e y a n d n e t t e d a p a i r i n a 6-1 w i n o v e r L o n g B r a n c h. I n , V e n g e l i s h a d 1 0 g o a ls a n d f i v e a s s is t s. J e f f r e y S c o u t e l a s : M i d d l e t o w n S o u t h i m p r o v e d f r o m a r e c o r d t o a m a r k i n la r g e p a r t d u e t o S c o u t e l a s. T h e j u n i o r f i n i s h e d s e c o n d i n t h e a r e a i n s c o r i n g w i t h 31 p o i n t s o n 1 4 g o a ls a n d t h r e e a s s is t s. S c o u t e l a s s c o r e d i n s e v e n c o n s e c u t i v e g a m e s b e f o r e t h e s e a s o n f i n a l e a g a i n s t H o w e l l a n d r e c o r d e d a h a t t r i c k a g a i n s t M a r l b o r o i n a 4-1 v i c t o r y. H e s h o u l d b e t h e f a v o r i t e t o w i n t h e a r e a s c o r i n g t i t l e i n K e i t h V e r d i : P i c k e d f o r t h e s e c o n d t i m e t o t h e A l l - I n d e p e n d e n t t e a m, V e r d i l e d t h e a r e a i n s c o r i n g w i t h 3 6 p o i n t s o n 1 6 g o a ls a n d f o u r a s s is t s. H e l e d S t. J o h n V i a n n e y t o t h e N J S I A A s t a t e p l a y o f f s, a f t e r t h e t e a m f i n i s h e d w i t h a r e c o r d i n V e r d i s c o r e d m u l t i p l e g o a ls i n f i v e g a m e s, i n c l u d i n g f o u r a g a i n s t M a t e r D e i i n a v i c t o r y a n d t h r e e a g a i n s t H e n r y H u d s o n i n a n 8-0 w i n. H e f i n i s h e d e i g h t h i n a r e a s c o r i n g i n w i t h 18 p o i n t s. B i l l y H a r t e : H a r t e l e d M i d d l e t o w n N o r t h t o a n a p p e a r a n c e i n t h e s t a t e p l a y o f f s a n d a s e c o n d p l a c e s h o w i n g i n A N o r t h a f t e r a s u b s e a s o n i n H a r t e w a s t h e L i o n s t o p s c o r e r w i t h 2 3 p o i n t s o n e i g h t g o a ls a n d s e v e n a s s is t s, w h i c h w a s g o o d f o r s i x t h i n t h e a r e a. T h e s e n i o r f o r w a r d p l a y e d a n i m p o r t a n t r o l e i n a 2-0 w i n o v e r M a r l b o r o, b y s c o r i n g t h e L i o n s f i r s t g o a l a n d a s s i s t i n g o n t h e s e c o n d. R o b e r t M e n d e z : A r e p e a t s e l e c t i o n f r o m M i d d l e t o w n S o u t h, M e n d e z w a s p e r h a p s 1989 Independent Area All-Star Soccer Team NAME SCHOOL POSITION YEAR Jason Vengelis Raritan Forward Senior Jeffrey Scoutelas Midd. South Forward Junior Keith Verdi St. John Forward Senior Billy Harte Midd. North Halfback Senior Robert Mendez Midd. South Halfback Senior Rocky Strazzella Raritan Halfback Soph. Dave Frye CBA Halfback Senior Craig Churney Raritan Fullback Senior Eric Ouano CBA Fullback Senior Matt Lobur Raritan Fullback Senior John illuzzi CBA Goalie Senior 1989 Indep en d en t A rea Soccer Scoring L eaders E A G L E A L L - S T A R Middletown South s Jeffrey Scoutelas finished second in the Independent soccer scoring race this fall with 31 points. The junior has been named to the 1989 Independent Area All-Star Soccer Team. t h e a r e a s t o p p l a y m a k e r i n s e t t in g u p m a n y o f S c o u t e l a s a n d M i k e B e n d e l l s g o a l s. M e n d e z l e d t h e a r e a w i t h 1 0 a s s is t s a n d a ls o c o n t r i b u t e d t h r e e g o a ls f o r t h e E a g le s. T h e s e n i o r c o m p e t e d o n t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s U n - d e r n a t i o n a l t e a m i n O n e o f M e n d e z g o a ls c a m e a g a i n s t N o r t h H u n t e r d o n i n t h e C e n t r a l J e r s e y G r o u p I V p l a y o f f s. R o c k y S t r a z z e l l a : R a r i t a n s f u t u r e i n s o c c e r l o o k s b r i g h t w i t h t h i s t a l e n t e d p l a y e r r e t u r n i n g f o r t w o m o r e y e a r s. A n A l l - S h o r e s e l e c t i o n a s a s o p h o m o r e ( t h e o n l y s e c o n d y e a r p l a y e r n a m e d ), S t r a z z e ll a h a s b e e n c a l l e d a D i v i s i o n I p r o s p e c t b y c o a c h R o b e r t o F e r r e z z i. S t r a z z e l l a w a s s e c o n d t o V e n g e l i s i n t h e t e a m s s c o r i n g r a c e w i t h 21 p o i n t s o n e i g h t g o a ls a n d f i v e a s s is t s. F o u r o f h i s e i g h t g o a ls c a m e a g a i n s t M a t e r D e i. D a v e F r y e : C B A h a d a d i f f i c u l t t i m e s c o r i n g g o a ls i n w i t h o n l y 2 5 i n 15 g a m e s, b u t s t i l l h a d a n r e c o r d. F r o m h i s m i d f i e l d p o s i t i o n, F r y e w a s c a l l e d u p o n t o l e d t h e C o l t s o f f e n s e a n d h e r e s p o n d e d w i t h a t e a m - le a d in g e ig h t g o a ls a n d t h r e e a s s is t s. F r y e s c o r e t i t h e g a m e - w i n n i n g g o a ls i n c o n t e s t s a g a i n s t M i d d l e t o w n N o r t h (1-0 ), H o w e l l (1-0 ) a n d N e p t u n e (1-0 ).. C r a i g C h u r n e y a n d M a t t L o b u r : R a r i t a n s d e f e n s e r e c o r d e d n i n e s h u t o u t s i n 17 g a m e s a n d a l l o w e d j u s t 1 6 g o a ls a l l s e a s o n. T h e R o c k e t s h a d o n e s t r e a k w h e r e t h e y s h u t o u t o p p o n e n t s i n s e v e n o u t o f e ig h t g a m e s a n d t h e b a c k s w e r e t h e m a j o r r e a s o n. T h e s e n i o r s w e r e t w o o f F e r r e z z i s f a v o r i t e s a n d t h e c o a c h s a i d b o t h p l a y e r s a l w a y s g a v e p e r c e n t e f f o r t s. L o b u r w a s m o r e o f f e n s i v e m i n d e d a s h e a s s is t e d o n s i x g o a ls ; C h u r n e y ' c o n t r i b u t e d o n e g o a l a n d o n e a s s is t. E r i c O u a n o : T h e s e n i o r c o n c lu d e s a c a r e e r w h i c h s a w C B A w i n t h e A N o r t h t i t l e i n e a c h o f h i s t h r e e v a r s i t y s e a s o n s. A n A l l S h o r e s e l e c t i o n, O u a n o h e lp e d t h e C o l t s r e c o r d 1 0 s h u t o u t s a n d t h e i r s e v e n t h A N o r t h t i t l e. T h e C B A s w e e p e r a s s is t e d o n o n e g o a l* t h i s s e a s o n a n d h e lp e d g o a l ie J o h n I l l u z z i h o l d o p p o n e n t s t o o n l y n i n e g o a ls i n J o h n I l l u z z i : F o l l o w i n g i n t h e t r a d i t i o n o f s t a n d o u t g o a l ie J i m K e a d y, I l l u z z i h a d a n o u t s t a n d i n g s e a s o n i n t h e C B A n e t. I l l u z z i a l l o w e d g o a ls p e r g a m e, s l i g h t ly b e t t e r t h a n K e a d y s s t a t s f r o m T h e s e n io r a l l o w e d m o r e t h a n t w o g o a ls i n a g a m e o n l y o n c e i n a 3-2 l o s s t o T o m s R i v e r S o u t h i n t h e S h o r e C o n f e r e n c e T o u r n a m e n t, w h e n t h e C o l t s l o s t a s h o o t o u t. Name School Goals Assists Total Keith Verdi St. John Jeffrey Scoutelas Midd. South Blair Primis Holmdel Jason Vengelis ' Raritan Mike Bendell Midd. South Dave Samber Mater Dei Billy Harte Midd. North Dave Frye CBA Steve Roberto Raritan S P O R T S H O R T S K i r s t e n B r e n d e l o f t h e U n i v e r s i t y o f P e n n s y l v a n i a h a s b e e n n a m e d t h e I v y L e a g u e P l a y e r o f t h e W e e k. T h e 6-0 j u n i o r f o r w a r d f r o m H o l m d e l e x p l o d e d f o r 6 9 p o i n t s a n d 3 3 r e b o u n d s i n t h r e e g a m e s. B r e n d e l s c o r e d 1 6 p o i n t s w i t h 1 0 r e b o u n d s i n a v i c t o r y o v e r L a f a y e t t e, h a d 21 p o i n t s a n d 1 4 r e b o u n d s i n a lo s s t o L e h i g h a n d r a c k e d u p 3 2 p o i n t s a n d n i n e r e b o u n d s i n a o v e r t i m e lo s s t o D e l a w a r e. B r e n d e l l e a d s t h e I v y L e a g u e i n s c o r i n g w i t h a p p g a v e r a g e.. T w o l o c a l p l a y e r s s t a r t e d f o r t h e M u h l e n b e r g C o l l e g e s o c c e r t e a m, w h i c h f i n i s h e d t h e s e a s o n 18-2, w i n n i n g t h e M i d d l e A t l a n t i c C o n f e r e n c e t i t l e f o r t h e f i r s t t i m e i n 17 y e a r s. R a r i t a n H i g h S c h o o l g r a d u a t e P e t e B e l a s c o f i n i s h e d h i s s o p h o m o r e y e a r w i t h t h r e e g o a l s a n d o n e a s s is t, w h i l e C B A g r a d - u a t e T o m S a b o c o m p l e t e d h i s j u n i o r y e a r w i t h f o u r a s s is t s t o i n c r e a s e h i s c a r e e r s t a t s t o 11 g o a ls a n d 12 a s s is t s. K e y p o r t H i g h S c h o o l g r a d u a t e T r a c y A l l o c c o h a s s e e n p l e n t y o f a c t i o n d u r i n g t h e M o n m o u t h C o l l e g e L a d y H a w k s f i r s t f i v e g a m e s o f t h e b a s k e t b a l l s e a s o n. T h e f r e s h m a n p l a y e d i n f o u r g a m e s, s c o r i n g 1 9 p o i n t s a n d p u l l i n g d o w n 18 r e b o u n d s. M a t a w a n R e g i o n a l H i g h S c h o o l g r a d u a t e s R a y D e S i m o n e a n d J a r o d M a c h i n g a a r e o n t h e w r e s t l i n g r o s t e r a t T r e n t o n S t a t e C o lle g e. M a c h i n g a, a s o p h o m o r e, w a s 4-11 l a s t s e a s o n a t p o u n d s, w h i l e D e S i m o n e i s m a k i n g h i s d e b u t a t p o u n d s. T r e n t o n S t a t e f i n i s h e d i n L o r e n T o s i o f M i d d l e t o w n h a s e a r n e d t w o l e t t e r s o n t h e T r e n t o n S t a t e C o ll e g e s w i m t e a m a n d w i l l l o o k t o e a r n h e r t h i r d i n h e r j u n i o r s e a s o n. L a s t y e a r s t e a m f i n i s h e d 9-1 a n d w o n t h e M e t r o p o l i t a n I n t e r c o l l e g i a t e C h a m p i o n s h i p.

63 Lions field hockey squad exceeds all expectations By Keith Grober I n S e p t e m b e r, M i d d l e t o w n N o r t h H i g h S c h o o l f i e l d h o c k e y c o a c h K a r e n C o l l i n s s a id s h e h o p e d t o h a v e a s e a s o n. T h e s t a r t o f a n y s e a s o n is t h e t i m e f o r c o a c h e s o f g o o d t e a m s t o u n d e r e s t i m a t e a n d b a d t e a m s t o h o p e. I t s s a f e t o s a y C o l l i n s u n d e r e s t i m a t e d. H a v i n g l o s t e i g h t s t a r t e r s f r o m t h e t e a m w h i c h w o n t h e C e n t r a l J e r s e y G r o u p I V s t a t e t i t l e, C o l l i n s h a d t o r e l y o n a s u c c e s s f u l j u n i o r v a r s i t y t e a m t o m a k e u p t h i s y e a r s v a r s i t y r o s t e r. T h e L i o n s e x c e d e d a l l e x p e c t a t io n s t h i s f a ll a n d w o n t h e S h o r e C o n f e r e n c e A N o r t h D i v i s i o n t it le. M i d d l e t o w n N o r t h h a s b e e n s e le c t e d t h e I n d e p e n d e n t T e a m o f t h e S e a s o n f o r F a l l I w a s n o t o p t i m i s t i c h a v i n g l o s t e ig h t s t a r t e r s, b u t m y k i d s w e r e m o r e o p t i m i s t i c t h a n I w a s, s a i d C o l l i n s. W i t h o u t a n o f f e n s i v e s u p e r s t a r, d e f e n s e is w h e r e t h e L i o n s s t o o d o u t. M i d d l e t o w n N o r t h ( ' j -2-3 ) o n l y a l l o w e d s e v e n g o a ls a n d s h u t o u t o p p o n e n t s 12 t i m e s. D e f e n d e r s T a r a S c h u l z, B e t h C o r b e t t, T e r i C u r t o a n d g o a l ie C h r i s t i n a H a l l a r d w e r e t h e d e f e n s iv e s t a n d o u t s. T h e L i o n s w e r e i n v o l v e d i n a t i g h t A N o r t h r a c e w i t h M i d d l e t o w n S o u t h a n d O c e a n. T h e d i v i s i o n t i t l e w a s n o t d e c i d e d u n t i l M i d d l e t o w n N o r t h s f i n a l d i v i s i o n g a m e a g a i n s t O c e a n, a 2-0 w i n. M i d d l e t o w n N o r t h f i n i s h e d d i v i s i o n p l a y w i t h a r e c o r d, w h i l e M i d d l e t o w n S o u t h w a s o n e p o i n t b e h i n d w i t h a m a r k. I n h e a d to h e a d p l a y, M i d d l e t o w n N o r t h h e l d a d g e N e e d i n g a v i c t o r y t o a v o i d a t i e f o r t h e i i v i s i o n c r o w n w i t h t h e E a g le s, t h e L i o n s o u n d t h e m s e l v e s t i e d a t t h e h a l f w i t h c a n. G o i n g f o r b r o k e, T o n i F a r i n e l l a s c o r e d t h e g a m e s f i r s t g o a l m i d w a y t h r o u g h he s e c o n d h w if; S c h u l z a d d e d t h e f i n i s h i n g t o u c h t h r e e m i n u t e s l a t e r a n d t h e c h a m p i o n s h i p w a s M i d d l e t o w n N o r t h s. W e w e r e i n a m u s t - w in s i t u a t i o n u n t i l t h e l a s t g a m e, s a i d C o l l i n s. T h e k i d s k n e w t h e r e a l i t y o f t h e s i t u a t i o n a n d t h e y w a n t e d t o k e e p i t g o i n g. M i d d l e t o w n N o r t h o p e n e d t h e s e a s o n w i t h f o u r c o n s e c u t i v e s h u t o u t s, r e s u lt in g i n t h r e e w i n s, b e f o r e M i d d l e t o w n S o u t h s K a r e n Z e r o s c o r e d i n a 1-1 t ie. F i v e m o r e s h u t o u t s a n d s ix w i n s o c c u r r e d b e f o r e P o i n t P l e a s a n t B o r o u g h o u s t e d t h e L i o n s f r o m t h e S h o r e C o n f e r e n c e T o u r n a m e n t. T h e L i o n s t h e n w o n t h r e e m o r e g a m e s a n d t h e A N o r t h t i t l e b e f o r e t h e s e a s o n e n d e d i n a 1-0 lo s s t o N o t r e D a m e i n t h e C e n t r a l J e r s e y G r o u p I V p l a y o f f s. S c h u l z p r o v i d e d M i d d l e t o w n N o r t h w i t h l e a d e r s h ip a n d c o n s i s t e n t l y s t r o n g p l a y. A s a d e f e n d e r, S c h u l z h a d f e w p e e r s i n t h e S h o r e C o n f e r e n c e a n d t h e s e n io r c o u l d a ls o b e c o u n t e d o n f o r c l u t c h g o a ls. S h e w a s s e c o n d o n t h e t e a m i n s c o r i n g w i t h s ix g o a ls a n d f o u r a s s is t s. S c h u l z w a s n o t a l o n e o n d e f e n s e a s t h e b a c k l i n e o f L y n n C e u r v e l s, C o r b e t t a n d C u r t o d i d t h e j o b a l l s e a s o n lo n g. G o a l i e C h r i s t i n a H a l l a r d p o s t e d 10 s h u t o u t s i n 14 g a m e s, s a v i n g n e a r l y 8 7 p e r c e n t o f t h e s h o t s a g a in s t h e r. P a r t o f t h e L i o n s s t r e n g t h w a s i n n o t r e l y i n g o n o n e p l a y e r t o d o t h e s c o r in g. F o u r t e e n d i f f e r e n t p l a y e r s s c o r e d t h e s q u a d s 4 7 g o a ls, le d b y F a r i n e l l a (1 0 ). F a r i n e l l a a ls o le d t h e t e a m w i t h i 4 p o i n t s. J o i n i n g F a r i n e l l a o n t h e f r o n t l i n e w e r e K e l l y R o g e r s a n d M a r g a r e t M e y e r, e a c h s c o r in g s ix g o a ls. S t a r t e r s i n t h e m i d f i e l d w e r e D e a n a N a t - w i n ( t h r e e g o a ls, t w o a s s is t s ), J e n D e T o m - b e u r ( f o u r a s s is t s ) a n d J e n A n a s t a s i a ( o n e g o a l, t h r e e a s s is t s ). C o n t r i b u t i n g i n s u b s t i t u t e r o le s w e r e R e n e i m p e r i a l e ( o n e g o a l, o n e a s s is t ), D e n i s e M a r a k o v i t z ( t h r e e g o a ls, o n e a s s is t ), D e n i s e S u l l i v a n ( o n e g o a l), B r ig - >'d S h e.r a n k ( t w o fin a ls, o n e a s s is t ) a n d J e n K e l l y. T. 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P f l e g e r F u n e r a l H o m e, M i d d l e t o w n, f o r M i l d r e d E l l i o t t, 7 5, o f M i d d l e t o w n, w h o d i e d D e c. 5 a t R i v e r v i e w M e d i c a l C e n t e r, R e d B a n k. S h e w o r k e d f o r e ig h t y e a r s a s t h e v e t e r a n s a d m i n i s t r a t o r a t W a g n e r C o ll e g e, S t a t e n I s l a n d, r e t i r i n g i n E l l i o t t w a s b o m i n B r o o k l y n a n d c a m e t o M i d d l e t o w n 1 4 y e a r s a g o f r o m S t a t e n I s l a n d. H e r h u s b a n d, N o r b e r t, d i e d i n S u r v i v i n g a r e t w o s o n s, A l b e r t, M a n a l a p a n T o w n s h i p, a n d A r t h u r, M i d d l e t o w n ; t w o s is t e r s, V i v i a n P e l l i g r i n i, F o r t L a u d e r d a l e, F l a., a n d T h a l m a K o h n, S t a t e n I s l a n d, a n d s ix g r a n d c h i l d r e n. I n t e r m e n t w a s a t C r e s t H a v e n M e m o r i a l P a r k, C l i f t o n. J o h n F. P f l e g e r F u n e r a l H o m e w a s i n c h a r g e o f a r r a n g e m e n t s. Charles S. Harrison C h a r l e s S. H a r r i s o n, 8 3, o f M i d d l e t o w n, d i e d D e c. 4 a t h o m e. A r e t i r e d e n g i n e e r f o r J e r s e y C e n t r a l P o w e r & L i g h t C o., h e h a d w o r k e d a t t h e S a y r e v i l l e g e n e r a t i n g p l a n t. H a r r i s o n w a b o m i n R e d B a n k a n d l i v e d t h e r e m o s t o f h i s l i f e b e f o r e m o v i n g h e r e 2 0 y e a r s a g o. H e w s a m e m b e r o f t h e U n i t e d M e t h o d i s t C h u r c h o f B e l f o r d, h e r e, a n d a m e m b e r o f t h e c h u r c h s M e n s C l u b ; a n A r m y v e t e r a n o f W o r l d W a r I I ; a m e m b e r o f t h e A m e r i c a n L e g i o n P o s t 1 6 8, R e d B a n k, a n d a p a s t N o b l e G r a n d, N a v e s i n k L o d g e 3 9, h e r e. S u r v i v i n g a r e h i s w i f e, t h e f o r m e r K a t h e r i n e S c h m i d t ; a s o n, W a l t e r L., G r a n d R a p i d s, M i c h. ; a s t e p d a u g h e r, B a r b a r a F i s l e r, B e l f o r d, h e r e ; s ix g r a n d c h i l d r e n, a n d f o u r g r e a t - g r a n d c h ild r e n. H. L. S c o t t F u n e r a l H o m e, B e l f o r d, w a s i n c h a r g e o f a r r a n g e m e n t s. Anna E. Faller S e r v i c e s w e r e h e l d D e c. 9 a t S t. M a r y s R o m a n C a t h o l i c C h u r c h, N e w M o n m o u t h, M i d d l e t o w n T o w n s h i p, f o r A n n a E. F a l l e r, 9 3, o f M i d d l e t o w n, w h o d i e d D e c. 6 a t R i v e r v i e w M e d i c a l C e n t e r, R e d B a n k. S h e w a s a c o m m u n i c a n t o f S t. M a r y s R o m a n C a t h o l i c C h u r c h ; a m e m b e r o f C a t h o l i c D a u g h t e r s o f A m e r i c a, a n d t h e R o s a r y S o c i e t y o f S t. C l a i r s R o m a n C a t h o l i c C h u r c h, b o t h G r e a t K i l l s, S t a t e n I s l a n d. F a l l e r w a s b o r n i n N e w Y o r k a n d l i v e d i n S t a t e n I s l a n d b e f o r e m o v i n g t o M i d d l e t o w n 1 % y e a r s a g o. H e r h u s b a n d, F r e d e r i c k, d i e d i n S u r v i v i n g a r e a s o n, A l b e r t E., a d a u g h t e r, M a r i e A., b o t h M i d d l e t o w n ; f o u r g r a n d c h i l d r e n, a n d f i v e g r e a t - g r a n d c h ild r e n. I n t e r m e n t w a s a t C a l v a r y C e m e t e r y, Q u e e n s, N. Y. J o h n F. P f l e g e r F u n e r a l H o m e, M i d d l e t o w n, w a s i n c h a r g e o f a r r a n g e m e n t s. Harriet Sager Reade S e r v i c e s w e r e h e l d D e c. 16 a t F i r s t U n i t a r i a n C h u r c h, L i n c r o f t, f o r H a r r i e t S a g e r R e a d e, 6 8, o f M i d d l e t o w n, a m e m b e r o f t h e M o n m o u t h C o u n t y A r t s C o u n c i l, w h o d i e d D e c. 9 a t M o u n t S i n a i H o s p i t a l, N e w Y o r k. I n a d d i t i o n t o h e r s e r v i c e t o t h e A r t s C o u n c i l, s h e w a s t h e c h a i r w o m a n f o r w o m e n s c o m m i t t e e s i n s u p p o r t o f M o n m o u t h C o u n t y a n d S t a t e D e m o c r a t i c c a n d id a t e s ; f o u n d e r a n d h o n o r a r y b o a r d m e m b e r o f C P C M e n t a l H e a l t h S e r v i c e, f o r m e r l y C h i l d r e n s P s y c h i a t r i c C e n t e r, E a t o n t o w n ; c o c h a i r m a n o f t h e s p e c a l a c t i v i t e s c o m m i t t e e o f t h e M e n t a l H e a l t h A s s o c i a t i o n o f M o n m o u t h C o u n t y, a n d w a s a c t i v e i n e n v i r o n m e n t a l i s s u e s t h r o u g h o u t N e w J e r s e y. R e a d e w a s b o m i n N e w Y o r k a n d w a s a l o n g t i m e M i d d l e t o w n r e s i d e n t. H e r h u s b a n d, m o v i e t h e a t e r o w n e r W a l t e r J r., d i e d i n F e b r u a r y , S u r v i v i n g a r e t h r e e d a u g h t e r s, R o n n i e a n d W e n d y R e a d e, h e r e a n d N e w Y o r k, a n d D i a n e R e a d e, C a l i f o r n i a ; t h r e e b r o t h e r s, V i c t o r, I r v i n g a n d S t e v e n S a g e r ; a s is t e r, E d n a M i l l e r, a l l C a l i f o r n i a, a n d a g r a n d s o n. Charles J. Cuffs S e r v i c e s w e r e h e l d D e c. 9 a t S t. C l e m e n t s R o m a n C a t h o l i c C h u r c h, M a t a w a n, f o r C h a r l e s J. C u f f s, 7 1, o f M a t a w a n, w h o d i e d D e c. 7 a t B a y s h o r e C o m m u n i t y H o s p i t a l, H o l m d e l. H e r e t i r e d a s v i c e p r e s i d e n t o f C o b a l I n t e r n a t i o n a l, a f r e i g h t f o r w a r d i n g c o m p a n y i n N e w Y o r k, a f t e r 1 4 y e a r s. H e w a s a n A r m y c a p t a i n d u r i n g W o r l d W a r I I. C u f f s w a s b o m i n N e w Y o r k a n d l i v e d i n M a t a w a n f o r t h e p a s t 2 4 y e a r s. S u r v i v i n g a r e h i s w i f e, t h e f o r m e r C a t h e r i n e S c h e m e n ; t w o s o n s, C h a r l e s J., P i t t s b u r g h, a n d J e f f r e y P., F a r m i n g d a l e ; a d a u g h t e r, C a t h r y n C. H o e h l, M a t a w a n, a n d f o u r g r a n d c h i l d r e n. I n t e r m e n t w a s a t H o l m d e l C e m e t e r y, H o l m d e l. J o h n E. D a y - B e d l e F u n e r a l H o m e, M a t a w a n, w a s i n c h a r g e o f a r r a n g e m e n t s. Ida Ness I d a N e s s, 9 2, o f M i d d l e t o w n, d i e d D e c. 6 a t A r n o l d W a l t e r N u r s i n g H o m e, H a z l e t. S h e w a s a m e m b e r o f T r i n i t y E p i s c o p a l C h u r c h, R e d B a n k. N e s s w a s b o m i n E n g l a n d a n d l i v e d i n E l i z a b e t h b e f o r e m o v i n g t o M i d d l e t o w n 1 6 y e a r s a g o. H e r h u s b a n d, R u f u s R., d i e d i n S u r v i v i n g a r e a n i e c e, I d a S e lig, P i t t s b u r g h, P a., a n d a n e p h e w, R o b e r t C. H o w - a r t h, G e o r g i a. J o h n E. D a y F u n e r a l H o m e, R e d B a n k, w a s i n c h a r g e o f a r r a n g e m e n t s. Thomas Galanakis S e r v i c e s w e r e h e l d D e c. 1 0 a t S t. B a r b a r a s G r e e k O r t h o d o x C h u r c h, T o m s R i v e r, f o r T h o m a s G a l a n a k i s, 6 5, o f M i d d l e t o w n, w h o d i e d D e c. 2 a t R i v e r v i e w M e d i c a l C e n t e r, R e d B a n k. H e w a s a c h e f a t t h e S e a v i e w D i n e r, A s b u r y P a r k, a n d t h e S a n d C a s t l e D i n e r, B e a c h w o o d, f o r s e v e r a l y e a r s. G a l a n a k i s w a s b o m i n G r e e c e a n d l i v e d i n T o m s R i v e r b e f o r e m o v i n g h e r e t h r e e y e a r s a g o. S u r v i v i n g a r e h i s w i f e, t h e f o r m e r D o r i s W o o d g a t e ; a s o n, T h o m a s J r., P o r t J a r v i s, N. Y. ; t h r e e d a u g h t e r s, E l a i n e M c D o w e l l, G a i n e s v i l l e, V a. ; C l a i r e, A u s t i n, T e x a s, a n d G e o r g i a W i l b e r, F a b e r, V a. ; a b r o t h e r, H a r r y ; t w o s i s t e r s, F i f i K a x a s a u l i s a n d G e o r g i a I o r d a n o u, a l l G r e e c e, a n d t w o g r a n d c h i l d r e n. J a c q u e l i n e M. R y a n H o m e f o r F u n e r a l s, K e a n s b u r g, w a s i n c h a r g e o f a r r a n g e m e n t s. Donald Keith Boyce Sr. S e r v i c e s w e r e h e l d N o v. 3 0 a t J o h n W. M e h l e n b e c k F u n e r a l H o m e, H a z l e t, f o r D o n a l d K e i t h B o y c e S r., 5 6, o f H a z l e t, w h o d i e d N o v. 2 6 a t h o m e. H e w a s a b u s d r i v e r f o r M o n m o u t h S C A T, F r e e h o l d, f o r t h e p a s t t w o y e a r s. H e w a s a n A r m y v e t e r a n o f t h e K o r e a n W a r ; m e m b e r o f F i r s t B a p t i s t C h u r c h, K e y p o r t, a n d t h e c h u r c h s S e n i o r C h o i r ; B o y c e w a s b o m i n L o n g B r a n c h a n d l i v e d i n K e y p o r t b e f o r e m o v i n g t o H a z l e t t w o y e a r s a g o. S u r v i v i n g a r e h i s w i f e, t h e f o r m e r E w i e M. W o r k ; a s o n, D o n a l d K. J r., H a z l e t, a n d t w o s is t e r s, A d e l e K l e i n s c h m i d t, M a t a w a n, a n d A u d r e y I a d e r o s a, H o l m d e l. I n t e r m e n t w a s a t t h e N. J. V e t e r a n s M e m o r i a l C e m e t e r y, A m e y t o w n. J o h n W. M e h l e n b e c k F u n e r a l H o m e w a s i n c h a r g e o f a r r a n g e m e n t s. Dulcie W estervelt D u l c i e W e s t e r v e l t, 9 1, o f K e y p o r t, d i e d D e c. 1 0 a t F r e e h o l d A r e a H o s p i t a l, F r e e h o l d. W e s t e r v e l t w a s b o m i n N e w S a l e m, N. Y., a n d l i v e d i n K e y p o r t f o r m a n y y e a r s. H e r h u s b a n d, G e o r g e M. S r., d i e d i n S u r v i v i n g a r e a s o n, G e o r g e M. J r., H a z l e t ; f o u r g r a n d c h i l d r e n, a n d f i v e g r e a t g r a n d c h i l d r e n. F r e e m a n F u n e r a l H o m e, F r e e h o l d, w a s i n c h a r g e o f a r r a n g e m e n t s. C A R P H O N E S C A R P H O N E S C A R P H O N E S O > x -o X o z m cn H S C THE MOBILE COMMUNICATION SPECIALIST (Off Rt. 9) 31 S C H A N K R O A D F R E E H O L D L E A S E S S t a r t A t $ J i w m o. Holiday Gift to all new subscribers. * in F R E E air time Exp. 12/31/89 O > X T l X o z m c/3 o > X "0 X o 2 m C/3 H O L I D A Y S A L E o > X Tl X O 2 m cn AGENT OF THE YEAR FOR CELLULAR O N E M o b i l e I n s t a l la t io n S e r v i c e a n d R e p a i r 2 4 hrs. a day, 7 d a y s a w e e k WE MAKE HOUSE CALLS S B N O H d fclvo S 3 N O H d B V D S B N O H d H V O

65 S A B L E? T H I N K See o u r A d in G if t G u id e Main St. Village 57 Rt. 34 Suite C Matawan, NJ ISLAN D " Now Serving New Jersey U p h o ls te ry In te rio rs your one stop INTERIOR shop. v * custom plastic slip co vers - 1 week delivery all fu r n itu r e c u s t o m u p h o ls te r e d o n p r e m is e s. v fa b r ic & p la s tic s lip c o v e r s w in d o w tr e a t m e n t s - V e r tic a ls, M in i B lin d s, e tc. t* fin e c u s to m d r a p e r s ie s, b e d d in g e n s e m b le s. w a llc o v e r in g s & c a r p e tin g c u s to m ta b le p a d s C D C C Estim ates & Deliveries r n t t residential - com m ercial - m arine (located in Staten Island, New York) H e y K id s! S a n ta s C o m in g! Grab a pencil and write a letter to Santa. Tell him about yourself and be sure to let him know what is on your Christm as Gift List. (Rem em ber - he knows if you ve been naughty or nice!) Watch for The Independent on December 20,1989 See if you can find your Letter to Santa in the paper. S e n d le tte r s to : LETTERS TO SANTA INDEPENDENT CLASSIFIED 1 R E G I S T E R P L A Z A MOUR S H R E W S B U R Y, N J Must be received no later than Friday, December 15, 1989, noon. T O R O P O W E R C U R V E C C R R A N K E D F I R S T I N I N D E P E N D E N T T E S T S. I t s n o w o n d e r th e T o r o C C R w a s r a t e d #1 b y a le a d i n g c o n s u m e r te s t in g p u b lic a t io n. I t le d a l l o t h e r s in h a n d li n g e a s e, a n d i n c l e a r i n g s n o w d o w n t o t h e p a v e m e n t. P l u s, it t h r o w s n e a r l y a t o n o f s n o w a m in u t e. A n d c o m e s w i t h a n e x c l u s i v e 5 y e a r, 2 p u l l s t a r t in g g u a r a n t e e. S o s t o p in t o d a y. I f t h e C C R c a n b l o w a w a y t h e c o m p e t i t i o n, i m a g i n e w h a t it c a n d o i n y o u r d r i v e w a y. 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TO PLACE A PUBLIC NOTICE or ANNOUNCEMENT Call "All real estate advertised in this newspaper is subject to the Federal Fair Housing Act of 1968 which makes it illegal to advertise any preference limitation or discrim ination based on race, color, religion, sex or national origin, or an intention to make any such preference, limitation or discrimination. This new sp ap er will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. Our readers are informed that all dwellings advertised in this newspaper are available on an equal opportunity basis." 005 Apartments for Rent E A T O N C R E S T A P T S Tennis & swim club. Large size rooms w/19ft living rm. Only minutes from Ocean, Beaches, Golf Courses, Fishing & B o a tin g. N e a r all Houses of Worship & Malls. NO P E T S. Mon-Fri 9:30am- 4pm, Pine Brook Rd.-Hope Rd., Eatontown. 2 blocks from Exit 105 G S P. EATONTOWN -1 bedroom NEWLY RENOVATED Air, pool. Near G S P, Mall, Ft. M onm outh. Includes heat. $750. p e r m o. A v a ila b le 2/1/ after 6pm EA TO N TO W N - 1 & 2 bedroom, spacious eat-in kitchen, heat & water included. Call btwn 9-5pm 005 Apartments for Rent H IG H LA N D S - Winter Rental until Ju n e 15, bedrooms, Living Room, Kitchen NO P E T S - $ mo. plus electric. Call K E A N S B U R G - Modern apt. near transportation. Best time to call is before noon K E A N S B U R G - T O P A R E A. O n e b e d ro o m in p riv a te house. W/W, Heat included. NO P E T S. $500. per month, plus 11/2 m onths security. Please call: K E A N S B U R G **$545/mo.** On selected Ibdrm. apts. Heat & hot water included, 2bdrms. Also avail / K E A N S B U R G 1 & 2 bedroom aptartments for rent on Main St. Appliances & carpet incl. $450.mo & $500.mo + utilities. Parking. Adults preferred. Call LONG BRANCH - Studio-effic ie n c y. F o u n ta in M o te l. Phone, Tv, radio, maid service. Open 24hrs M ATAW AN ROCKFORD ARMS APTS Morristown & Cross Rds. 1 bedroom $ bedroom $950. Heat, hot water, dishwasher, new w/w carpet, no pets. Call Mitch, M ID D LETO W N - hwy bedroom. Large kitchen. No pets. Off street parking. Near transportation. $795/month utilities included, except electric. Call R E D BA N K - O N E bedroom. Furnished. In private home. Utilities included. $575. per month. Working, middle-aged gentle-man preferred. Call anytime: N O W Y O U C A N F A X Y O U R A D! C A L L C L A S S I F I E D IN D E X NOTICES REAL ESTATE BUSINESS/COMMERCIAL FINANCIAL EMPLOYMENT/RESUMES GARAGE SALES/AUCTIONS 063 INSTRUCTION/TUTORING 064 LOST & FOUND 065 PETS/LIVESTOCK PERSONALS/PSYCHICS A SERVICE DIRECTORY BOATING AUTOMOTIVE RECREATIONAL VEHICLES 119 'CAR/VAN POOLS 005 Apartments for Rent M ID D LETO W N NORTH 3bdrm., in 2 family house, $750mo. + utilities, & security. Call N. LONG BR A N C H - Ibdrm, near ocean. Available Dec. 1st. $575mo. includes utilities, 1, mo. security, adults only. 'Call or R ED BA N K - 2 bdrm. laundry room, Owner supplies appliances. heat, water and sewer. $850. mo RED BANK - Ibdrm., good location. $600mo. + utilites. Feb. 1st occupancy. Security req d after 6:30pm SEA BR IG H T - LA RG E. M O D ERN. O N E BED R O O M M ARINA. New wall to wall carpet. $675. plus utilities. Available February 1st SEA BRIG H T-(2) E F F IC IE N C Y 1 bedroom, furnished $495. month utilities included. Security required. Also 4 room, 1 bedroom apt, on river, rec e n t ly d e c o r a te d, $595. month. Mr. Murro W. END LO N G BR A N C H Large 3Vz room garden apartment with patio. $595. month. Includes: heat, parking. 1 block to ocean. Adults, no pets. Appointment only 762 Greens Ave. Supt. 37 B or Houses for Rent A BERD EEN foot front. F ir e p la c e, fa m ily ro o m, $110,500. Sterling McCann Real Estate Broker B E L M A R SO UTH - Sm all 1 bedroom cottage, newly renovated, inexpensive utilities. $450. per month plus utilities. Call M A R L B O R O T W S P - 2 bedroom Ranch, close to Rt. 9. Large lot. Near transportation, garage, full basement. Near shopping. Call GOOD NEWS! NOW YOU CAN R U N A N A D A N D C H A R G E IT! We Honor Vis? and MasterCard Houses for Rent N O R T H M ID D L E T O W N - B E A U T IF U L A R E A. Perfect for young family. Two bedrooms, large livingroom. Eat in kitchen. Deck. Wall to wall carpeting. Full attic. Utility room. Fenced yard. Close to schools. No dogs. One month security. References. $800. per month plus utilities. Call: O C E A N P O R T. Furnished or unfurn. house for rent. 3 bed-. rooms, 11/2 baths. $1,000.mo + utilities Tom O Leary received 10 calls within hours of receiving the paper, to rent his house. UNION BEA C H Private home. 2 bedrooms, kitchen, living room, bath. Fireplace, deck. N ice yard. Good neighborhood, schools. $800.mo. + utilities & V / z mo. sec. Immediate occupancy Houses for Sale AVON-- VICTO RIAN. 135 Lincoin Ave. Will hold 1st mortg a g e w /o n e - th ird d o w n. $339,000. Call B A N K F o reclo sed Hom es. Current listings-your area days 9-9 B E L L E A Y R E MT. Ski house in H ighm ount, N e w Y o rk. 3 bdrm, co n te m p o ra ry, fire place, all major appliances, Southern exposure, decks, efficient low maintenance, excellent condition. V iew of slopes. 5 minutes to lifts from this heavily wooded lot with beautiful old stone walls. Skiing, golf, tennis, horseback riding, swimming near by. $158,900. Call after 6pm C O LT S NECK- Private retreat Move right into this spectacular ranch. Located on 1 mature acre in prestigious Colts Neck. Includes 3 oversized bedrooms, brick f/p in living room & dining room w/10 ceilings. New designer kitchen & much more. 2 story 2 car garage. $299, CR ANBURY Concordia IMMACULATE Adult community off exit 8A N J Turnpike. Brandon Model. 2 bedroom, 2 bath, living & dining rooms, family room, patio, eat-in kit. Beautifully landscaped. G arage. Com plete alarm system, 24 hour nurse, 18 hole golf course, pro shop, restaurant, indoor/ outdoor pool. Priced to sell, $185, (609) K EY P O R T - B y owner. 3bdrm colonial, maintenance free exterior, 3 blocks from the bay. Hot w ater baseboard, gas heat, w/w stainmaster carpet. New roof, move-in condition. $118,000. No Realtors] Call M ID DLETO W N M O TH ER/D A UGHTER H OM E Separate entrances. U P ST A IR S: 3 bedrms, bath, kitchen, dining room, living room & den(or 4th bedrm) D O W N S T A IR S : 3 bedrms. bath, kitchen, dining room, living room with sliding glass doors to a beautiful yard with pool. Asking $219,000. Principles only, No Realtors. Call N EW MONMOUTH by owner MUST SELL! Split-level, 3 bedroom s, 2 bath, large family room, newly renovated kitchen, hardwood floors throughout, inground pool. Quiet family neighborhood. $169,900. Principals only. Call NORTH M ID D LETO W N - By owner. 3bdrm ranch, 11/2bath. 2 blocks from bay, nice location. Good condition. Reduced to $122,000. Call UNION BEA C H - O W N ER RELO C A T ED. 1-2 Bedrooms. Ju s t Renovated. Large fenced lot. $139,

66 5 8 DECEM BER 13,1989, THE INDEPENDENT 008 Condos B R I C K T O W N E v e r g r e e n W oods Park. Located at G S P Exit 91 (right off pkwy) 2 bedroom ranch. Full basement, w asher/dryer, refrigerator. G as heat, central air. $750.mo + utilities. Available immediately. Kids OK. Call CO NDO FO R S A L E Pompano Beach Florida 2 bedrooms, 2 full baths. Completely furnished, patio furnished. 11/2 blocks from beach. E X C L U S IV E Location. For Information Call After 6PM. EATO N TO W N - for sale. TIN TO N W O O D S, e n d unit R anch with daylight b asement. Backs up to woods. Many upgrades. $180,000. Call M ID D L E T O W N - S h a d o w Lake - 2 bdrms, 11/2baths, all appl. newly dec. Must be 52 plus. Neg. lease Furnished Rooms ROOM S FOR RENT. Low rates, Kitchen facilities. Mayfair Hotel Mobile Homes C O A ST Guard Station-Sandy Hook. 28x56 3 bedrm, 2 bath, c e n t r a l a i r, f / p, a p p l. P o o l. Military Families only! $22, Call EATO NTO W N 12 x bdrms 12x11 ea, 2 full baths, large living room w /fireplace, eat-in kitchen, carpeting, patio, corner lot. Asking $42, Lots & Acreage C E M E T E R Y PLO T Shoreland Memorial Gardens 2 grave plot in Veterans Section. $700. Call M A U SO LEU M - 2 Crypts in H o lm d e l. C o s t : $ 1 2, Asking:$ Real Estate Wanted W A N T ED Place for 8 beds. For the homeless. Any donations accepted Summer/Winter Rentals FLO R ID A W est Palm Beach 2 b e d r o o m c o n d o, a v a i l a b l e immediatly, A LL club privileges after 6pm. P IN E R ID G E AT D E L R A Y, FLA - new 3 bedroom house, 2 bath, 2 car garage, on the lake. Club privileges. Adults, no pets. $1300 monthly + utilities , after 6 pm. 017 Office/Floor Space EATO NTO W N - Broad St., 2 offices, in professional building. Includes utilities. Rent separately if desired EATO NTO W N finished office & 1500 sq. ft. basement sq. ft. storage. Designated parking. Call M ATAW AN - Main St. Professional Bldg. 2 rooms & private bathroom, 442 ft., 2 blocks from R R station, accessible to G S P, p r iv a t e e n t r a n c e. $585/month rent. Available Oct. 1. Call R ED BA N K 1400 sq ft in a beautifully restored Victorian. 5 offices encom pass the entire 3rd floor; private entrance, 14 ft ceilings & lots of light! Off street parking. Available May 1st. BURGDORFF Realtors 4 Seasons Division Office/Floor Space M A TA W A N /K EY PO R T Maple PI., 450sq. ft. for $450. Office/Store. Call Stores K EA N SBU R G -G oo d location. Small strip mall. 18x18. Ample parking. $ m o n t h + 1 V z months security. Utilities included. Call Building/ Garages G A R A G E - storage. 48ft. X 30ft, (3)12X12ft. doors. (1) 10X11ft. door Business Opportunities B A K E R Y For Sale-Bricktown Prime location. Thriving business. Priced to sell. Principlas only. Call , B E C O M E W E A L T H Y - B e your own boss! No other vending machines are more profitable. Excellent routes available. Call Wade B E Y O U R O W N W H O L E S A L E R - Sell to stores, friends & fle a m ark ets. C lo th e s, h o u se w a re, e le c tro n ic s + more. Bu y for $5. sell for $30.- $100. $3. brings you wholesale catalog refundable with 1 st order DRIVE A M ERCEDES W E A R C U STO M T A ILO R ED C L O T H E S EARN $10,000 PER MONTH (201) H O U R M E S S A G E..'NINENDO!! O w n A m e rica 's H O T T E S T $$$$ m aker. All new m a chines. Premium locations P R O C E S S M A IL AT H O M E E a rn $300.-$500. w eek ly. Send S.A.S.E. to: 439 Myrtle Ave. Brick, N J VEN DING ROUTE Your answ er to extra, easy income. Hottest machines! Low investment Contracting E q u ip m e n t A IR C O M P R E S S O R - Jo y Twist Air, 2 5 H P. B e s t o f f e r o r will trade for forklift C A S E 580 BA C K H O E $9500. Ford 655A Extendahoe 1987, Exce lle n t condition. $27,500. Flatbed truck Best offer. Call O U T SID E S T O R A G E available for trucks and equipment. Fenced in, lighted secured area in Red Bank Financial Services GOLD CREDIT CARD No Security Deposit Required. Guaranteed Approval (201) REMOVE NEGATIVE INFORMATION from credit reports. Using State & Federal Laws. Call: R EC O V FINANCIAL or W ANTED Buyers & sellers of homes. Below market rate loans are possible. W e also buy mortgage notes. Call Money To Loan LO A N S A L L S IZ E S & T Y P E S Slow credit or no credit Okay! Call 1(900) , $10. fee. Time is money But it only takes an instant to call a cla ssified salesperson and get your m erchandise moving Greater Media N ew spapers 031 Money To Loan ATTENTION If you sold your home & have taken back a mortgage, I will buy that mortgage for cash. Call Barry (201 ) F R E E C R ED IT CARD $1,000. N o o n e refused, regardless of credit history Help Wanted Full Time A CHANCE OF A LIFETIME EA RN $10,000. $50,000. $100,000.. Call: for 24 hr. recorded message. If you have the courage to call IT CAN M AKE YOU RICH! AIRLINE JOBS Ext 306 Flight Attendants...$35. K Ticket A gents... $ 3 2. K Customer S e rv ic e...$29.k 8am-10pm 7 days $10.fee ART DECORATING Career opportunity will train. Call A S S E M B L E R S A s sem eb le products at home. Earn up to $339. a week. For more information call Ext 2 A TTEN TIO N - Excellent incom e for hom e assem bly w ork. Info Dept. P3812 ATTENTION: E A R N M O N E Y R E A D IN G B O O K S! $32,000/year income potential. Details (1) Ext Bk ATTENTIO N Hiring! Government j o b s - y o u r area. $ 1 7, $69,485. C a l l Ext. R 127 BR ID A L SH O P seeks Bridal Sales Consultant and Receptionist. Experience preferred. Call BUS DRIVER GENERAL MAINTENANCE Must have class one license for senior citizen residence. Full time with benefits. Apply: Navesink House, 40 Riverside Av, Red Bank. EO E. B U S P E R S O N FO R P R IV A T E C L U B - Full/Part Time. Willing to train. Excellent tips. Call W ednesday - Sunday for interview CH ILD C A R E - Experienced sitters needed to come into the child s home. Full and part time positions available in Monmouth County. If you are over 18 with child care references and a car, call: , A Choice Nanny, Rt 9, Freehold. C O N ST RUCTIO N T R A IN E E Steady work. Learn all phases of residential construciton. We work year round. Must be at least 18 & have valid license. Call COPY EDITORS Greater Media Newspapers is seeking two copy editors with e x cellen t languag e skills and the ability to sniff out the strongest lead for a news story. They must be capable of learning to write s u c c in c t h e ad lin e s and lay out imaginative pages. W e want people who are willing to work hard to make our ' excellent community newspapers even better. If you think you qualify, call Ju d y Klein, executive editor, at , w eekdays between 9am-5pm. Equal Opportunity Employer C O U N T ER /C A SH IER Hours 5pm-T2pm. No experience necessary. Subway Plaza 34 Call C USTO D IA N - Afternoons/ evenings for large school /church building. Must possess either black seal license or be willing to work for one. Call Mike Monday-Friday, 9-4. CUSTO D IA N - Monday-Thursday 6pm-11pm, Sunday hrs. Additional hours negotiable. Maintenance & janitorial responsibilities moving of furniture. Salary negotiable. Call am-5pm. EO E 035 Help Wanted Full Time D EN TAL A SSIST A N T - M ID D LETO W N - If you are interested, w e will trail. Health Benefits available EARN HOLIDAY $$ Avon & You. Full/part time / / E A R N M O N E Y R e a d in c books! Excellent income potential. Details: (1) Ext. Y>2112 EARN MONEY T y p i n g a.t h o m e. $30,000./year income potential. Details, (1) Ext. B-8247 E A S Y W O R K! - E X C E L L E N T PAY! Assemble products at home. Call for information Ext Electronic Technician Entry level position. Ability to troubleshoot and repair to chip level. Must be a selfstarter. Hours are from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Good benefits. C all Jo a n n e Fox at ext E.O.E. E X T R A INCOME- Take phone orders at home. (201) ext: L6. FA C T O R Y W O R K E R S - M/F Opening on all shifts, will t r a i n. C o m p a n y p a i d b e n e f i t s. Apply in person between 9am & 3pm. Pride Made Products, 740 Lloyd Road, Matawan. NO PHONE CALLS. Furniture Service Person hired from Help Wanted ad. La Z Boy, Rt. 9 Freehold G O V ER N M EN T JO B S - $700-$1500. Weekly. (201) , ext:e6 H A i R D E S S E R - S h a m poo/asst. Tuesday -Saturday 9am-5pm. Som e experience with perms and color. Excellent starting salary plus commission and opportunity for advancement. Call days, eves. LICENSED PHYSICAL THERAPIST Salary $ 6 0,0 0 0 plus excellent benefit package. Multidisciplinary medical center has outstanding opportunity for enthusiastic therapist. The program emphasizes close collaboration with cross disciplines. Therapist must have intermediate to advanced manual skills. Benefits, package includes health insurance, malpractice insurance, paid vacation, incentive program and much more. If interested call Holly at (412) between 8a.m. and 5 p.m., or s e n d resume to: Health First M edical Center U n i v e r s i t y D r. Dept. MPA Dunbar, PA EOE 035 Help Wanted Full Time JOB OPPORTUNITIES E-Systems I n c., b a s e s u D p o rt contractor located on Fort Monmouth, has ongoing job opportunities for clerical support personnel as well as for the following experienced individuals: A/C Mechanic Maintenance Mechanic Metal Welder Boiler Operator Heat Mechanic W e offer a com prehensive salary and an excellent benefits package to include 401K. Interested candidates may contact E-Systems/SAI, Personnel office at or stop by room 16, Building 1209, Main post Fort Monmouth. U.S Citizenship re q u ire d. E. O. E. M/F/V/H KEYPUNCH EXPERIENCED TEM PO RARY OPENINGS EARN EXTRA $$! Do you need extra money for the holidays or for 1990? W e currently have temporary full and part time openings for experienced keypunch operators on all shifts. C H O O S E Y O U R OWN H O U RS! W e are conveniently located at Exit 117A on the G S P or walking distance from the R R station. Please call to dicuss this opportunity and to set up an appointment MCC CORP 75 Lower Main Street Aberdeen, N J Equal Opportunity Employer M/F ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, ARCHITECTURE B R O O K D A L E C O M M U N IT Y C O L L E G E seeks a professional as a full time faculty member for Architecture. W e require a M aster's Degree in Architecture, a valid N.J. Architecture license, and 5 years related experience. A n n u a l s a la r y ra n g e, $27,777-$46,885. A pply in person 8:30 A M to 5 P M, Mon-Fri, or send resume/ co ver letter by Dec. 22nd, to Personnel Se rvices, APA-12/22 BROOKDALE C O M M U N IT Y COLLEGE NEWMAN SPRINGS RD LINCROFT, NJ An EO/AA Employer PHARM ACISTS B i n g h a m t o n C o r n i n g Rochester Syracuse 'W egm ans is the prem ier retail food chain in W estern N ew Y o rk and was recently rated #\ in the nation in custom er service. O ur Pharm acies reflect our reputation as an industry leader in quality & service. Our Pharm acists enjoy excellent comp e n s a tio n a n d o u s ta n d in g b e n e fits. O ur new P H A R M A C Y M A N A G E R P R O G R A M offers you a career growth w ithin the Pharm acy and beyond. If you are a licensed N Y S P harm acist, or eligible for licensing in N Y and you are eager to pursue new opportunities and to learn more, please contact: Gary Smith, RPH P. O. B o x R o c h e s t e r, N Y ' , E x t E O E 035 Help Wanted Full Time INTERNATIO N A L CO. -Seeks co m pensated volunteer to work locally with foreign exch an g e stud ents from 19 countries. Excellent training and travel benefits. Hosting opportunities available. A S P E C T Foundation. Call JO H N J. M U L L E R - Plumbing & H eating has im m ediate opening for plumbers helper, btwn 8am-4:30pm L.P.N. P/T, 3pm to 11 pm 11pm to 7am Shifts. NURSES AIDES F/T, P/T 7am t o 3 p m 3pm to 11am Shifts. ( Maintenance Person ACTIVITIES DIRECTOR F/T Please call between 9am-3pm Q U EEN O F C A R M E L N U R SIN G HOME= Nancy of L & N Auto Body says W e filled the position the first day." Her ad ran once. A P r o f i l e O f I d e a s 035 Help Wanted Full Time M O R TG A G E W A N TED Mortgage Service Field Representatives to perform property inspections on delinquent and foreclosed properties. Must be experienced. C all : 0 0 t o 9:00 p.m. Central Standard Time-Weekdays N U R S E RN/LPN full or part time. 2:50pm-11. No frills or with benefit package. Apply: Holmdel Convalescent Center, 188 Rt. 34, Holmdel Call N U R S E S A ID E S - full or part tim e. 6:50am -3pm, 3pm- 9/11pm, differential for state certified. Apply: Holmdel Convalescent Center, 188 Rt. 34, Holmdel. Call NURSES AIDES 7-3 and 3-11 Full Time C NA preferred. New applicants.only. If you really care you will love our small private nursing unit. Come see us at The Navesink House, 40 Riverside Ave., Red Bank EOE NURSING-LPN W eekends 7am-3pm. Small nursing unit. Apply: The Navesink House, 40 Riverside Ave., Red Bank EO E I n P r o g r e s s. 035 Help Wanted Full Time R EP O R T ER S Greater Media Newspapers is seeking 2 re p o rte rs to co v er community and municipal events in the W estern M onmouth County area. The successful applicants will have excellent l a n g u a g e a n d communication skills, the ability to sniff out a good news story or feature, and a love of local new. A sense of humor is an asset. W e want people who w ill w o rk hard to m ake our excellent com munity new sp a pers even better. If vou think you qualify for this full-time position with benefits, call R ay Piccolini, managing editor, at: , weekdays, '9am-5pm. Equal Opportunity Employer great com pany is know n fo r its ideas, a notion as tru e today is it ever was. A t D ynatrend, o u r ideas distinguish us as standard-setters. A fte r all, th a t s w hat it takes to survive in th e fie rcely com petitive fie ld o f technological services a n d co nsulting engineering. I f you have an equally strong desire to pursue great ideas, we want you here. S A T C O M S Y S T E M S /S O F T W A R E Engineers & Technicians E G & G D y n a tre n d is a D ivis io n of E G & G In c., a technologically diversified F o rtu n e 300 international c o m p a n y e m ployin g nearly 30,000 people w orldw ide. T h e firm provides re search, custom e q u ip m e n t, test a n d site o p e ra tin g a nd m a n a g e m e n t service s to m a n y a g e n c ie s a n d la bora tories of th e U.S. G o v e rn m e n t. It also m an ufactures electronic a nd m echanical com ponents a nd scientific in strum e nts for a broad s p e c tru m of federal a n d com m ercial m arkets. E G & G D y n a tre n d is currently e n g a g e d in activities to e xp a n d its b u s in e s s b ase in Satellite C o m m u n ic a tio n s. Fo r a potential near term project, w e a re s e e k in g personnel experienced in O p e ra to r A s s is ta n c e a n d E q u ip m e n t M a in te n a n c e (h a rd w a re a nd software) o f th e D e fe n s e Satellite C o m m u n ic a tio n s S y s te m ( D S C S ) G ro u n d O p e ra tio n s C e n te r syste m s a nd su b s ys te m s. O p e n in g s will be located at D S C S sites, C O N U S a nd O C O N U S. W e are seeking engineers and technicians with D S C S experie n c e in th e follow ing a re a s: C o m m u n ic a tio n s N e tw o rk A n a ly s is S ig n a l S p e c tru m A n a lysis Terrestrial C o m m u n ic a tio n s Traffic A n a ly s is E a rth Term inal E q u ip m e n t R e p a ir a n d M a in te n an c e E a rth Term inal S o ftw a re A n a ly s is a n d M a in te n a n c e Com puter System s Architecture Analysis Integrated Lo g istic s S u p p o rt O p e ra tio n a l Test a n d Eva lu a tio n Satellite O p e ra tio n s Training - E G & G D y n a tre n d is a n E q u a l E m p lo y m e n t O p p o rtu n ity C o m p a n y a n d p rovides an e xcellen t ben efit p a c k a g e in cludin g life, h e a lth, disability, a n d dental in su ra n c e s, savin g s a n d retirem ent plans. Ap p lic a n ts should s e n d a re sum e w ith cove r letter indicating sa la ry re quirem e nt to : E G & G D y n a t r e n d In c., A t t n : C o d e # A v e n u e o f th e C o m m o n, S h r e w s b u r y, N J n E O k O D y n a t r e n d I n c. '

67 035 Help Wanted Full Time O FFSET STRIPPER E x p e rie n c e help ful but not necessary (will train). Rotating shifts. Apply in person G R E A T E R J E R S E Y P R E S S 10 Connerty Court East Brunsw ick, N J Equal Opportunity Employer **POSTAL JOBS** Start at $10.39/Hr. For exam and application info, uaii ext *9am-8pm 7 days. PRINTERS HELPER Full Time. General work, print shop. D river's licen se required. Previous knowledge helpful. Good opportunioty. Permanent. Call R E C E P T IO N IS T / A S S IS T A N T for busy chiropractor. Monday-Friday, 2:30-8pm. $6-$7 per hour. Call , after 4pm. SALES TRAINEE Have your been looking for someone who can offer you a com plete training program that will enable you to have the best career in the world and have fun to o? It's possible! Let's talk. Call Lisa Church Lisa Church Associates 655 S h r e w s b u r y A v e. Shrewsbury, N. J N U R S IN G LABORATORY LEA R N IN G A S S IS T A N T We seek an individual for a time, 10-month contract position. Supervise student usage of supplies, equipment & facilities; ensuring clean, safe, orderly operation of laboratory; tutor individuals & small groups in fundamental & advanced areas; monitor progress, assemble equipment, supplies, etc. for use in classroom & lab. Requires Bachelor s degree in Nursing and 2 years clinical nursing experience. Annual salary $19,240. Apply in person 8:30 AM to5 PM, Mon-Fri, or send resume/cover letter to Personnel Services, LAN-12/15 BROOKDALE C O M M U N IT Y C O LLEG E NEWMAN SPRINGS RD LINCROFT, NJ An EO/AA Employer IN S TR U C TO R IN TERIO R D ESIG N We seek an individual to teach courses in Interior Design, Technical Drawing, Lighting, Furniture, CAD, Textiles and Commercial Space Planning. Master's degree in Art, with Bachelor's degree in Interior Design required, along with Commercial & Residential Design experience. College teaching experience preferred, and experience utilizing and/or teaching CAD desirable. Portfolio to be presented at interview. Annual salary range, $22,267-$35,605. Apply in person 8:30 AM to 5 PM, Mon-Fri, orsend resume/ cover letter by Dec. 15th, to Personnel Services, IID-12/15 BROOKDALE C O M M U N IT Y C O LLEG E NEWMAN SPRINGS RD LINCROFT, NJ An EO/AA Employer 035 Help Wanted Full Time S A L E S Full or Part Time Ladies & Children's Clothing. Apply in person: Kisslin s 8 E. Front St. Red Bank S E C U R IT Y G U A R D S - Full or part time. Nights and weekends available. M ust have phone and vehicle. Retirees welcome. Call T E A C H E R - N J certified. Kindercare, the world's largest childcare center is accepting applications in Middletown. W e offer health care, childcare, and vacation benefits. Call T E A C H E R S A SSIST A N T for N u rsery School. 8am- 11:30am daily. Call TELEM ARKETERS $500.-$1500. w eekly taking phone orders. People call you! (904) ext. 69. TELEPHONE OPERATORS No ex p erien ce n e cessary. Shifts open 8 to 4. 8:30 to 4:30, 3 to 7, 4 to 8. Call Ask for Dee. T Y P E S E T T E R - 2 days a week. Exp. on Varityper 6400 C R T a must. Flex. hrs. Pleasant working conditions. Middletown area «4 TYPIST CRT OPERATOR Part time or full time p erson needed for busy newspaper production shop. Applicant must have excellent typing skills and be able to work flexible hours. E x c e lle n t b e n e fits package. Apply in person: (Call for directions.) PROTOTYPE The Sentinel Building Edgeboro Road E ast Brunsw ick, N J Equal Opportunity/ A ffir m a tiv e A ctio n Employer T Y P IST / R EC E P T IO N IS T - For Doctors office, good pay, liberal benefits W A IT R E S S - Needed for cafe in Rumson. Flexible hours. Call W A R E H O U S E FOREMAN A N A T IO N A L C O M P A N Y needs an experienced warehouse foreman for a wholesale distribution operation. Ideal candidate will supervise drivers & warehouse personnel and be responsible for all shipping and receiving duties. Individual selected will be responsible, aggressive & take charge. M anagem ent background preferred. We offer a generous compensation and benefit package. For IM M ED IA TE consideration, send resume to: Corporate Recruiter P..O. Box 139 Red Bank, N J W A R E H O U S E HELP- S h ip p in g and R e c e iv in g. 7:45am-4:30pm. $7.35 per hr. Holmdel area. Report to Roy Samras , Ext. 3F402. W O R K AT HOM E E arn $500.-$750. a w eek processing mail. Start immediately. Send S.A.S.E to: JT C Enteprises PO Box 287 Dept W20 Freehold N J $800, If you have the courage to call, it could make you rich , 24 hour recorded message. $395. A DAY W O R K AT H O M E Ext 691 8AM-10PM 7 D A YS $10. fee 036 Help Wanted Part Time A D M IN IS T R A T IV E A S S T. Hours: Wed. 1-5, Thurs & Fri 9-5. Small Non-Smoking office in Aberdeen. Self starter for sales support needed. W ord processor and dictaphone. Call Lynn Franco (201) Help Wanted Part Time ADULT CARRIERS P art time early newspaper routes, 5-6:30am 7 days are available in your area. Earn $440. to $550. per month plus cash incentives. A reliable car is a must. Call toll free ATTENTIO N: W ork At Home Use your phone servicing our customers. Earn up to $8.- $10./hr. Choose your hours. Call AVON R E P R E S E N T A T IV E Earn up to 50 % commission. AVON^ AVON Classic Krown Dental Lab V ery p leased with results. Hired driver first day ad ran. C L E R IC A L ( S U B S T IT U T E ) Position - Typing skills a must. M onm outh R eg io n a l High School Call Superintendant's office. Affirmative Action Employer/Equal Opportunity. C L E R K IN C A R V E L S T O R E - Flexible daytime hours COLLEGE STUDENTS $11.25 to $21. SEMESTER BREAK WORK Apply now. Work begins after finals. Can remain part time during semester. Excellent resume experience. Call 10-6pm at Fee. DATA E N T R Y - Se e our ad under K EY PU N C H. M C C K EY SERV IC ES DISTRICT MANAGER INCOME - BONUS CAR ALLOWANCE M an a g in g and R e cru itin g youth carriers. Car necessary. Good starting salary and benefits. Call or Between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Or Send Resum e to: Greater Media Newspapers Edgeboro Road E. Brunswick, N.J Att: Circulation E.O.E. EARN $100. A NIGHT Lad ies, Selling Je w e lry at hom e p arties. No in v e s t ments. Call * G E N E R A L L A B O R E R S / U N S K IL L ED H E L P hours per week. $6./hr. Apply in person to: ernie or Jo hn Brooks Greater Je rs e y Press Connerty Ct. E. Brunswick Equal Opportunity Employer ************* Had a lot of calls from ad. Did hire a competent 4 SECRETARY. First Babtist Church HANDYMAN Our office needs a part-time handym an to help care for the building. You need to be a jack-of-all-trades willing to tackle every sort of odd job. Flexible hours. If you're industrious, handy and enjoy keeping busy, we invite you to fill out an application at: Greater Media Newspapers One Register Plaza S h r e w s b u r y, N J E.O.E. H O U S E K E E P E R / D IE T A R Y A ID E - 10am-6pm, 2 days per week. Mount Pleasant Manor, Matawan. Call H O U S E K E E P E R - For Locust N J. 2-3days a week, 8hrs.a day. Uniform necessary. Send resume to: P.O. Box 206 Locust N J N EED EXT R A C A S H? Light office cleaning in beautiful buildings. 3-4 hours per night. HIGH PAY! Red Bank & Freehold Areas N U R S E S A ID E - 3pm-9pm, 3 days per week. Call Mt. Pleasant Manor, Matawan, Help Wanted Part Time O FFICE H ELP - Small insurance office needs 2 days. Typing, steno & com puter knowledge helpful :30 to 4:30 O R D E R S E R V IC E - Oil lube, c l e a n - u p, 3-6 weekdays, S a t urday 9-5pm. Apply: 151 Monmouth St., Red Bank PART OR FU LL TIM E - Process mail at home, no exp., $300. plus weekly. S.A.S.E.to G.B.S.- P.O. Box 43 - Dept. 61 Bloomfield, N.J P A R T T IM E GENERAL LABOR EARN EXTRA $$$ E-System s at Fort Monmouth is seeking applicants for oncall part time work to assist with: SNOW REMOVAL And/or other projects. Interested individuals w ho can commit to a few hours or m ore per w eek, including weekends & nights, are encouraged to stop by our Personnel Office, rm 16, bldg, 1209, Main Post, Fort Monmouth or call U S Citizenship required. E O E M/F/V/H. PART TIME Mornings 9am-2pm, Mon-Fri. No exp. n e c e s s a ry. Earn $6/hr + guaranteed bonus + fabulous benefits. Ideal for housewives. Call P A R T - T IM E - S e e our ad under K EY PU N C H. M C C K EY SERV IC ES PERFECT for Homemaker W A IT R E S S - on call. Monday- Friday, 8-3. Apply in person. Jim m y 's Luncheonette, 13 White St, Red Bank. S E C R E T A R Y / B O O K E E P E R - Needed for animal hospital. Call WORKAT HOME Part Time. $100's/week possible.details (1) Ext.V Babysitting/ Childcare A - CH ILD C A R E provided in my Red Bank home. Experienced mother, certified C.P.R. Infants welcome B A B Y S IT T E R N E E D E D FO R T O D D LER part time for Saturdays and Sundays. Daytime til 8PM. Call B A B Y S IT T E R needed in my Hazlet home, part time. References required. Call CHILD CARE- Looking for responsible non-smoking adult to be mother's helper in my house 2-3 mornings per week. M ust have own transportation. Call CHILD C A RE - Needed beginning in Ja n. for 3 mo old in my Middletown home, 2-3 days per week, a few hrs per day. Good pay, non-smoker with experience & refs HOLMDEL 3 yrs & older, wonderful play area, very safe & private. Nursing experience Leave message. H O M E M A K E R with excellent varifiable referen ces. Own transportation. Available 1 or 2 days a week. Sr. citizen preferred. Within 10 mile of Little Silver. Call NANNY - To care for baby in our home. Exper./references a must after 5pm W IL L C A R E for your child in M Y Lincroft home. Lots of attention and TLC Situations Wanted C H ILD C A R E - available full or part time in -my Strathmore home. Fenced-in yard, non smoker. Call KID K A R E A G EN C Y o ffers b abysitters, housecleaners & party servers. N.J. bonded, licensed & insured L IC E N S E D Practical Nurse Looking For Private Patients 13 years Experience. Reasonable Rates LIVE-IN CO M PANIO N -Position desired. Correspondence, light duties, errends. Serious only, write to: A. Tyler PO Box 502, Manalapan, N J Will respond in 1 Va weeks 040 Resumes/ Typing Service IN V IS IB L E F IN G E R S - "Let my fingers do your typing. All w o rd p r o c e s s in g n e e d s. Lorna or KATHY HONEYMAN TYPING SERVICE A D E P E N D A B L E W O R D Processing Firm in Matawan. Call LITTLE CITY WORD For your Word & Data processing needs. Resum es, reports, charts & lists our specialty. Reasonable rates. Call PROFESSIONAL SERVICES AVAIL Typing, transcription, word processing, legal and medical, resumes. Reasonable rates, in professional setting with 24 hour turnover TYPING SERVICES Word Processing: Letters- Resum es-reports-proposals Call Antiques AAAAAAAAAA ANTIQUES Top prices paid for: Antique furniture, oriental rugs, paintings, jewelry & silver. We purchase entire contents of estates. Will come to your home. Call A N C H O R - fro m s c h o o n e r, years old.. Outstanding conversation piece. Will deliver. $800. Call C O L L E C T IB L E D E P R E S S IO N G LA SS- All for $100. Includes Royal ruby pitcher & unusual g la s s e s, v a s e s, etc. W ith etched designs EN D T A B L E - Antique cherry, claw feet, 25 long X 14 wide. 231/4hg. Excellent cond. $50. Call %10 O AK - 6' Harvest table. $350. Call W A N T ED - Blue decorated stonew are, jugs & crocks. Paying $1000 & up for pieces decorated w/houses, people, animal, anything unusual. Call W E B U Y ANYTHING GOLD - Paying $1000 & up for your p ain tin g s. C u rrie r & Ives prints, old toys, furn., pottery, rugs, decoys, folk art, comic books, old sporting items, etc. Call eves. 043 Appliances OISCOUNT REBUILT APPLIANCES R e frig e ra to rs from $145. W ashers from $140. Dryers from $125. Stoves from $145. Low est prices around! Mention ad and get $20. off purchase price. Sales and in home service. Call D R Y E R - S e a r s Apartm ent size. Excellent condition. $75. Call eves TV 19 '- Black & White. New in box with all instructions. $50. or best offer W A L L OVEN- Cook top hood, bronze. Excellent condition. $200. or best offer W A S H IN G M ACH IN E-Sears Kenmore. 6 Cycle. 10 years old. Runs. $ Call Computers A P P L E IIC complete w/moniter & printer. Rarely used. Exc cond. $700. or best offer. Call from 7-9pm C O M P U T E R - Com m odore 64, with Com m odore disc drive, includes P a n a so n ic printer, software and stand. $ , after 6. H O M E C O M P U T E R - Texas Instrum en ts. W ith sp eech module + 10 programs + cables + monitor. $ Clothing BO YS CLOTHES- Sizes Good condition. $50. Call C O A T - G R E A T H O LID A Y G IFT IDEA. Full length Red wool with detachable fur collar. Purchased at the Limited, only W O RN O N C E. Finger tip length W h ite w ool jacket, N E V ER W O RN. Both size 14. Very Reasonably Priced. Call 431 f f i? -7nftrr'ipm.gfc. 045 Clothing 047 Furniture C O A T - ladies, black with mink collar and cuffs. Fits size New condition. Asking $70.00 Call , evenings and weekends. F U R COAT-Brown Seal Leather trim. Size 6-8. Full length. $ After 5pm, , F U R COAT-Ladies % length pastel coat w/matching hat, tan lining, size 8/10. Exc cond. $ FUR JACKET-Rabbit. Size 14. $ Call F U R S H A W L Like new. $50. Call K ID S SK I BO O T S - & Skiis, solom ite boots $30., size 6(12yrs. old). K2 skiis & poles $40. Fits 8-12yr. old L E A T H E R JA C K E T - Bo ys size 16 Long Fog quilted and lined. Very warm. Excellent condition, originally $145. Asking $ MINK JA C K ET - Blush. Beautiful, like new. Size Asking $600. Call Q U A LITY U S E D C L O T H ES - Infant to adult (some new) 25C-S5.00 ea. or $50.00 for all. Call W ED D IN G G O W N & V E IL Size 10, l a c e b o d i c e, full s k i r t w/pleated accents. Asking $50., worth much more!. Call W ED D IN G GOWN- Gorgeous. Size 7. Paid $1,000. Asking $400. Call Firewood FIREWOOD Split, seasoned, full cord. Call or Furniture B E D R O O M - Dresser, bureau, nite table, mirror $70. Also teen drawers. Desk B E D R O O M S E T - 6 piece, triple dresser, mirror, etc. Call BED R O O M S E T - Childrens, T eak. Includes headboard. $100. Call BED R O O M SET- Child s, 5 pc pine. Dresser, bureau, headboard, mattress, box springs. $200. P R O F E S S IO N A L S E W ING MACHINE. $ B E D R O O M TW IN B E D -chest, d resser, mirror, end table, $ , eves. BED-Twin headboard, footboard & frame. Dark pine oak. Excellent condition. $ Call CANO N N P -270F C O P IE R Multi-featured with cabinet. 1.5yr. old, $2,500. value. Asking $1, CHAIR- mediterranean style. Green, velvet/tapestry. Very good condition. $ Call C H ILD C R A FT - Crib and mattress $50.00 Call CO UCH - convertible with love seat. Brown/Beige $150. Call after 5. C O UCH - Excellent condition. Add some country charm to your home. $75. Call C O UCH - GO O D CONDITION. $30. CALL: anytime CO UCH - Vinyl- Orange convertible, 72 "x40. $ Call CRIB-Jenny Lind Excellent condition. $70. Call C R IB & M A T T R E S S Simmons. Excellent condition. $ Call DINING RO O M - 6 chairs with rich, golden brown leather u p h o ls t e r y a n d c a r v e d frames. Table is italian and one piece with legs, with carved apron and top. 2 leaves. Fruitwood Finish. Excellent Condition. $2,200 new. Asking $900. Call after 8. DINING RO O M - China cab with glass doors, table w/2 ex ten s io n s, 6 ch rs., w/upholst. seats pine. Excellent condition $ DINING T A B L E C5ak Parquet with 6 upholstered chairs. Perfect for Holiday Entertaining Seat 12. Exc. cond. Asking $950. Evenings call = > sr,w f W38M303«' IW S THE INDEPENDENT, DECEM BER 13, D IN E T T E S E T - G lass top table w/4 chairs. Excellent condition. $325. Call Eileen B e rg er of Marlboro sold her B E D R O O M S E T from ad in this newspaper. Will advertise more items. IN Time for the Holidays! Custom made cloth verticle 10 x5, 3 section wood wall unit, mahogany dresser andhutch Living Room Set-Colonial w as sold by P.B. of Holmdel from ad in paper. Classified ads work! LIVING RO O M F U R N IT U R E - Traditional, 3 pc. Extra long sofa & 2 chairs. Turqoise & gold. E x ce lle n t condition. $ , after 6pm. LIVIN G RO O M C H A IR - Floral print. Wood trim. Good condition. $50. firm LIVIN G RO O M - Sofa & Loveseat, 2 end tables. Excellent Condition B e s t Offer. Call after 5, L O V E SE A T - S le e p e r. Like new. Cost $397. Yours for $150. Call M U S T S E L L c o n te n ts of home. Living & dining rooms, piano-spinet, plus misc. furniture. Call R E C L IN E R - New. Neutral w/arm & head covers. Great xmas for dad $ R EC L IN IN G C L U B C H A IR - Brown vinyl. «Fine condition. $35. Call SO FA BED - QUEEN SIZE. Asking $ SO FA-Black Vinyl 90. Good condition. Asking only $ Call S O F A & 2 chairs, loveseat, lamp, table, green. $250. Call STUDIO C O UCH - Wytwo pillows and cover, like new. $ after 5pm W IC K E R LO V E S E A T - Very old, needs work. $40. Call General Merchandise AFGH A N 74"long x 55" wide. W hite & Red. Heavy waffle stitch for single bed. $50. Call A IR L IN E T IC KETS- 2 one way t ic k e t s fro m N e w a r k to Tampa, Fla. Dec 15th. Call before 4:30pm, ask for Karol. ATARI Video System 2600 Complete w/joy sticks, paddles, key pads & cartridges. Asking $ AVON PRODUCTS FREEHOLD AREA BA BY BASSINET - $25. Good condition. Call B A B Y F U R N IT U R E - High chair & car seat. Good condition $50. Call B IC Y C L E - M ens sears, 26in. Excellent condition. Like new. $50. Call B IC Y C L E -TOTE 26 3 Spd comes apart for traveling. Exc cond. $100. Eves B IK E - Girls Columbia. 20in. pink powder puff bike. Excel. cond. $ B IK E LA D IES - 26in. Ross 3speed. Mint condition. $42. Call BLO O D P R E S S U R E - Gauge for home use. Baunmanometer. C o s t $ 8 0. H a r d l y u s e d. Same as found in doctors office. Large cuff. $ BO O G IE BOARD - BZ prostinger, like new with bag. $100. Call BO X SPRIN G-Queen Size Good condition. $35.00 Call C A M ER A -M in o lta Autocord C D S III, portrait twin reflex lens w/built in C D S meter for 120 or 220 film. $ C A S S E T T E D EC K - Pioneer, auto reverse, skip, scan, repeat, auto, bias adjust, polby b/c, paid $218. Sacrifce for $ after 5pm C A ST IRON STOVE-Sears Decorative use only. Has no grate. Excellent condition. $ Call General Merchandise C H R IST M A S T R E E - Artificial. 7ft. original $90. Asking $ CHRISTMAS TREES Douglas Fir, Scotch Pine, Etc. $ eves/wkends C H R IS T M A S T R E E - With stand 6V2ft. Excellent condltion $30. Call CINDER BLO CKS $ ea. Call COACh C A R R IA G E - Marmet. brown can also be used as car bed. Good condition. $ CO PIER - Mita Copystar 900 D. $ Call CRIB-by Graco With new mattres s. Exce lle n t condition. $50. CAII C R IB M A T T R E S S New. Full size $20. Call D E S K - H om e o r O ffice. L a r g e, b ro w n, w o o d e n. 44X32. Please call D E S K with connecting seat. Old fashioned schoolhouse style perfect for 5/10 year old. Desk opens to hold books $ Call DO LLHOUSE KITS - or assembled. Also furniture below retail. Call D RA PES - Gold brocade, insulated back, 81 length for tfiple window. Almost new $50. Call D R E S S E R - BR A N D N EW, w as gift. Chest, light oak w/ brass handles, four drawers.$50. Call E X E R C IS E BIKE- Purchased new but never used. Asking $65. Call F IR E P L A C E DOORS-Bi-fold, brass. Excellent condition. Paid $400., asking $ Call F IR E P L A C E - Screen wire mesh 38 X 31. $45. Call FISH TANK - 5 gallon w/all acc e s s o r ie s and s u p p lie s. Asking $ FO LD ING COT Aluminum with mattress $20. Call H EATER- Baseboard, electric, portable, thermostat, 2 settings. $ H O M E W IN E M A K E R S - Garden W a y fruit press and grinder, all equiptm ent to make your own wine. Primary ferm entor, secondary fermentor, thermom eter, hydrometer, bottles, corker and corks, bottle capper and caps, fermentation locks and much more. $ H-O TRAIN S E T - Completely set up w/engine and momentum. $120. Call HOT W A T E R H EA T ER Electric, 220 volt, 40 gallon, new pressure valve. Used 9 months. Converted to gas. First $50. Call in Ocean Township. After 5PM HUM IDIFIER - Holmes ultrasonic, humidistat, whisper-quiet. 1.1 gal. $ IC E S K A T E S - M en s size 8, Never Worn. $ Call KITCHEN T A B L E - 42 round w/pedestial. Woodgrain. Includes 2 chrs. $ L A M P - 3 w ay light,43 inches tall. W rought iron & wood w/silk shade. $25.00 Call L A R G E PA IN T IN G. Carved Gold Frame. Seascape-blues, beige, rusts. $35. Call LA W N M O W E R - Electric. Black & Decker, new, never used. $ M A T T R E S S - & Bo ys spring, twin size, 3yrs. old. Perfect condition $ M IR R O R - 30in. by 40in. wide. Perfect for over buffet. Decorative etchings. Sacrifice $ eves. & wknds. O R IE N T A L G R A N D FA T H ER CLO C K. Like new. Must see. $700. or best offer RADIO C O N TRO L CAR Used. Complete with battery recharger. $ R E A R W IN D O W - From 85 Ford Ranger pick-up. $15 Call RO[W I[N G M ACHIN E - Americ 610. Gym quality. Very good condition. $50.firm

68 6 0 DECEM BER 13,1989, THE INDEPENDENT 048 General Merchandise SC O O T ER - Air filled tires. Good condition. Good for 7yr. olds or older. Cost $95. Sell for $30. Call ' S E G A M A ST E R with 2 control pads & game hang-on. Excellent condition. Asking $50. Call S E W IN G M A C H IN E - Portable zig-zag. Very good condition $45. Call SHAKLEE At rremders price. To place your orders call from 5:30-9:30prn ai SM ITH C O RO N A P O R T A B LE, d e lu x e ty p e w rite r. P o w e r space, tabs, page gage, LMH type, black and red ribbon and case. $50. Please call: S N O W TIRES-P205 75R 15 M & S 2 pair. Summit W inter R ad ia l $125. pr. B.F. Goodrich $75.pr General Merchandise S T A M P C O L L E C T O R S - First Day covers mounted on display pages and bound in binders. 539 Issues for $ Call S T O R M S & S C R E E N S Triple Track-White Aluminum 36x63-$9.00, 36x54V2-$ STOVE-Air Tight Coal or Wood burning, circulating cham bers. Ornament design on sides. Good cond. Cost $150., asking $45. Call SU N LA M P $ T IR E S - 4 Eagles GT+4, P215 S W IV E L Black desk chair. Call T O Y S, N E W - RT. 35 to Wilson Ave. to Sylvia Terr, to 5 Dolores PI., New Monmouth, Saturday and Sunday 10am-4pm General Merchandise t r a i n T R A C K - Lionel 027 straight & curved $6. dozen. Call TV M AGNAVO X CO NSO LE- 25" color, nice cabinet, needs work. $25. Call TV S E T - 19" B w Sylvania. Good condition. Asking $25. Call TV ZEN ITH 25"- Color console $150. Realistic speakers. $25. Call T.v. - Black & white, 10 inch. Excellent condition $20. Call VACUUM C L E A N E R - upright. Rebuilt. $50. Call Royal, V ID EO Christmas Card Will deliver a gift wrapped prer e c o r d e d m u s ic a l X m a s G reeting a n yw h ere in the W O RLD. $ Call now for Xmas delivery INCOME TAX DIRECTORY Will Be Published January 10,1990 Thru April 18,1990 Call &Reserve Your Space Today Classified Department 048 General Merchandise VIDEO C A M C O R D ER - Pentax. V H S with hard case, extra 2 hr. battery and filters. $650. Call W AGO N W H E E L S * (2). Very good condition $50. Call W A LLP A P ER - W all Tex-Vinyl. white texture, dbl rolls 69 sq. ft. $5.00 roll or $50. the case. Call W A S H E R - $125., dryer electric $100. or best offer. Call eves. W A T E R FALL- 3 tier outdoor water fall with motor. Good condition. $50. Call W O R K T A B L E - Large, good for carpenter $150., upright freezer 17cu. ft.; maroon, like new. $150. Call M erch an d ise Wanted AAA A N T IQ U ES W e buy anything old, 1 pc. to entire contents. Love Attics & Basem ents".call or at Baskin Robbins ask for Uncle Joe. Appraisals Aaardvark TRAIN Collector L IO N E L A / F C ash Appraisals: A H O U SE F U L L or 1 Item! Used furn, antiques. & anything old. Don Paul: A L L L IO N E L T R A IN S Or Flyer. Top cash appraisal. Price no object, B E F O R E YOU HAVE Y O U R SA L E! C A L L SEC O N D HAND LIL or I B U Y M A C H IN ERY, P O W E R & Hand Tools of all kinds & etc. Call Ray M EN S V E S T S Tuxedo or Wool. Sizes From 6-9pm only call M IG W E L D E R & D R I L L P R E S S. If you have one & are willing to sell it, please call IMI at or D O N T B E L E F T O U T! 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For more information: G reater Media Newspapers 049 M e rch an d ise Wanted OLD JEW E L R Y W A N T ED TO B U Y - Old wristwatches & pocket watches. Highest $$$ paid OLD ORIENTAL RUGS Wanted! Any size or condition. Paisley shawls & tapestries. TOLL FR EE Musical Instruments A C O U STIC G U IT A R- Yamaha, exc. cond. $50. or best offer. C all (Great for X-mas gift). A C O U STIC GUITAR $15 CALL O R G A N - Gfubransen. with leslie. Very good condition. $400. Call , after 6. O RGAN - Hammond. Model M3. Good condition. $500. Call P L A Y E R PIANO-Electric. Exc cond. Bench & rolls included. $2,500. Call Sporting Equipment B IC Y C LE Girls 20" Columbia. Pink & white. Excellent condition. $ Call M ET A L D E T EC T O R S Spring Sale Ail Major Brands CaLL Garage/Yard Sale A B E R D E E N - 40 North Circle (N. Section Strathm ore off Llo yd R d.) S a t/ S u n. Dec. 16/17; 10am-4pm. Furniture, m is c e lla n e o u s h o u seh o ld items, garden tools. 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Appears in: _ The Register The Independent The Monmouth M essage R eaching o v e r 66,000 hom es. Lim ited to: Private party m e rch a n d ise ( exluding firew ood) Autom otive ( ) C a n be ca n celled. No refund. M ust be prepaid. S end check o r m oney o rd e r' payable to: The Register 1 Register Plaza Shrewsbury, NJ P r e s id e n t GOOD BUY AD 070 Air Cond/Heat Sales/Service Engineered Air System s See Business/Service Dir. F R O ST Heating & Air Cond See Business/Service Dir. 071 Building & Remodeling A B S O L U T E Constr.A Design See Business/Service Dir. ACE BATHROOM REMODELING Bathrooms created to fit your lifestyle. Call Marc Lawrence at A ST O R C O N STRU C TIO N See Business/Service Dir. A. J. B U IL D E R S See Business/Service Dir. B A R O N S H O M E IM P R O V E M EN T S Alterations Remodeling Repairs. Free Estimates or B E T T E R B I K ITC H EN S See Business/Service Dir. C E IL IN G S - S p ra y texture, sh e etro ck, spackling, tile, kitchens, decks. 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69 I THE INDEPENDENT, DECEM BER 13, CALL DEADLINE 3 PM Thursday Business & Service T h is d ire c to ry w ill b e re v is e d m o n th ly. N ew a d v e r tis e r s w ill b e a d d e d, c a n c e lla tio n s We Honor a c c e p te d a n d n e c e s s a r y c o p y c h a n g e s m a d e fo r th e fir s t p u b lic a tio n o f e a c h m o n th o n ly. P le a s e c h e c k d e a d lin e in fo rm a tio n. LANDSCAPING UNLIMITED C R EA T IV E L A N D S C A P E D ESIG N R e s id e n t ia l- C o m m e r c ia l D E C K S TIEW O R K RETA IN IN G W A LLS R O C K G A R D E N S STONE W O R K SHRUBS FERTILIZIN G* W EED & PEST C O N T R O L ' QUALITY SO D INSTALLED A sk A b o u t O u r 5 S te p L a w n M a in t e n a n c e P ro g ra m. A ll P la n tin g s G U A R A N T EED For 1 Full Y e a r F re e E s tim a te Fu lly In s u re d C e rtifie d P e s t ic id e A p p lic a t o r Lie. # SPECIAL SERVICES JUNK CARS B O U G H T MARLBORO AUTO WRECKERS GUTTERS CLEANED a n d REPAIRED GUTTER GUARDS INSTALLED ADDITIONS ROOFING Super Low Rotes Free Estimates CALL SPECIAL SERVICES G A R A G E D O O R S A -D O O R SA LES. SERVICE. INSTALLATION & R EPA IR S TO GARAGE DOORS & GARAGE DOOR O PEN ERS CALL KEN O DAY Free Estimates CERAMIC FLOORS KITCHENS LINOLEUM GENERAL REPAIRS BATHROOM REMODELING HOME R EPA IR S & REMODELING FULLY INSURED FREE ESTIMATES JACK BUILDING & REMODELING D& KHome Improvements W in tertim e Special! November 15th- March 1st % Discount on all Interior/Remodeling etc % Senior Citizen Discount Insured Free Estimates Ask for Dale Kitchen Cabinets Traditional Styles Co n tem p o rary Styles Counter Tops C ustom M ade Form ica Tops C u sto m Edge Treatm ents C all for Estim ate J K HOME MAINTENANCE & REPAIR - CARPENTRY DECKS DRYWALL RAILROADTIE WALLS PAINTING-INT. & EXT. REPAIR BROKEN GLASS-GLAZING GUTTERS CLEANED 4 INSTALLED. LANDSCAPING SEAL DRIVEWAYS FLOORS INSURED!! CALL JOHN MONMOUTH COAST B U I L D E R S IN C. Commercial/Residential R EN O V A T IO N S K IT C H E N S / BA TH S D EC K S Fully Insured Free Estimates BUILDING & REMODELING John Ciaglia N e w Construction. Brickwork Fireplaces Cement/Stonework 2 5 Y rs. E x p e r i e n c e FUty Insured Free Estimates s a g g in<3 FLO O R S? Roof or Walls? All Structural Repairs Buildings Jacked & Leveled Sills Replaced Foundations Repaired Insect Damage Repaired FREE Inspection & Estimates # & uurabilt R. M. Interio r E x te rio r H om e Im provem ents Decks Patio Roofing Windows Painting Sheetrock ' Trim Work Ray Murray $ * Free Estimates Belford, N.J. D o n L in C o n s t r u c t io n Top Soil Fill Dirt Driveways B la c k to p Stone A l l T y p e s o f: Grading Land Clearing Excavation Work R e a s o n a b l e K a t e 's F r e e E s t i m a t e s R & J RENOVATIONS in: & R e p a ir s C u s to m K itc h e n s C a rp e n try P a intin g Attic C onversions C u s to m C lo s e ts F R E E E S T I M A T E S C a l l N o w F o r A n E s t i m a t e CONSTRUCTION & RENOVATION Commercial * Residential Interior * Exterior Monmouth General Contracting, Inc CARPENTRY A D D IT IO N S KITCHENS BATHROOM S W IN D O W / D O O R REPLACEM ENT R O O F SID IN G F R O S T I Air Conditioning & Heating Residential. Commertcai. Mobile Homes Attic Fans -Humidifiers Air Cleaners -Sheet Metal Gas & Oil Heat Hiah Efficiency Air Conditioners & Furnaces All Work Guaranteed 24 Hr. Service Lowest Prices All Makes & Models Hazlet Free Estimates ENGINEERED AIR SYSTEMS Air Conditioning & Heating Specialists Residential/Commercial TRANE-Carrier, Lennox and all other m odels Serving Monmouth Co Hazlet Freehold Your comfort is our business Free Estimates Doug s Home Quality work done at Soutliem prices. Interior/Exterior Painting Attic 4 Psanent Renovations Sheetrock (Hanging & Finding) Interior/Exterior Remodeling Batiirooms & Kitchens Windows & Doors Installed 10%Discount Senior Citizens Insured Free Estimates On Call 24 His ask for Doug J. V A L A N S I & S O N Complete Renovations General Excavating Additions Decks Skylites Kitchens Bathrooms Masonry Finished Bsmts Free Estimates F O X W O R T H C o n s t r u c t i o n I n c. C U STO M Additions ftenovorions Kitchens Borhrooms Siding Decks M o so n ry F u ll y I n s u r e d F r e e Es rlm o re s Registered Builders # CALL TO PLACE YOUR AD i ALL TRASH REMOVALS CLEAN UP! YARDS BASEMENTS ATTICS FIRE DAMAGE GUT-OUTS SMALL DEMOLITION or (201) D a n - B r e e I Contractors, Inc. Commercial/ Residential Free Estimates D.R.S. C a b in e t r y Custom Cabinets & Countertops for the: Home Dental Medical Profession Call Rick A d v e r t is e Your B u s in e s s H e r e A D D - A - R O O M By Total Home Improvements WE DO IT AU ADD-A-LEVEL DORMER BATHROOMS KITCHENS SCREENED-IN -DENS ' PORCHES DECKS. I k VISIT OUR OFFICES & SHOWROOMS Gas Fireplaces Bathrooms 1Redwood Plant And much more! Windows CONSTRUCTION WEGIVEAHOOT beal with One Professional Company For All Your Needs- Big or Small! >PAINTING & PAPERING. CARPENTRY > ROOFING ALTERATIONS/ADDITIONS ALUMINUM/VINYL SIDING KITCHENS/BATHS -CONCRETE/FIREPLACES WINDOWS/DOORS >PLUMBING/ELECTRICAL DECKS» SKYLIGHTS j g H H GIVE YOUR HOUSE A FACE LIFT I r DEMING CONSTRUCTION CO. OF NEW JERSEY Additions & Renovations Kitchens & Bath New Construction Decks & Doors Windows & Siding Quality CustomBuilders y I F R E E E S T I M A T E S All phases o f New Conslnidion F U L L Y I N S U R E D and Remodeling R E F E R E N C E S A.J. BUILDERS m s. * I work clean, neat and reasonable. * All types of Home Improvements * Free Written Estimates Lie # (Mr Phone

70 6 2 DECEM BER 13,1989, THE INDEPENDENT 071 Building & Remodeling HOME IM P R O V E M E N T S Small or Large Interior or Exterior Affordable, Quality C R A F T S M A N S H IP F R E E Estimates H U L B E R T & SO N See Business/Service Dir. J K H O M E M A IN TEN A N C E See Business/Service D ir. J. GAN NO C O N T R A C T O R S See Business/Service Dir. J. V A LA N SI & SO N See Business/Service Dir. KITCHEN CA BIN ETS ~~ C O U N T E R T O P S See Business & Service Dir. K & J COM PANY See Business & Service Dir. R IC H 'S H O M E IM PRO V See Business/Service Dir. R I C H T H E H A N D Y M A N Very reasonable rates. Call R & J Renovations See Business/Service Dir. If C.R.S. f L CUSTOM 1 ^CARPENTRY " " f o r An y j o b / ' YOU NEED, DONE WITH EXPERTISE AND SPEED! V Licensed & j. Fully Insured f? B u i l d i n g & R e m o d e l i n g R A L P H S H O M E IM P R O V E M EN T - Bathroom, bedroom, kitchen, basement, trim work, decks, additions, ceram ic tile, m asonry and concrete jobs R.M. Home Improvements See Business & Service Dir. SA G G IN G F L O O R S See Business/Service Dir S IN K E R S Roofing & Siding Residential Commercial Specializing in: Roofing, Siding, Add-a-Level, Additions, Decks, Ceram ic Tile, Bathrooms, Kitchens, W indows, Doors, Dormers, Alterations. Fully Insured. Free Estimates. 1 0% off to all Homeowners. 2 0 % off to all Sr. Citizens. Call or T O PC A T Construcition See Business/Service Dir. T O T A L Home Improvement Call See Business/Service Dir. 072 Carpentry C A R P E N T R Y - S O FORTH R e s to re, R e p a ir, R e p la c e Worn Broken Misused Parts of H om e. N e w a d d itio n s added. Basem ents converted. 30 yrs experience K & J COMPANY 'TRY THE COMPANY THAT CARES" W a d o a ll p h a s e s o f H o m e Im p ro v e m e n ts SM ng* B t d w» Mtfcr la s m M t s M tta >l a f l e u m t W M e w s h n k u Decks 'Tree Estimates' A B S O L U T E C O N S T R U C T I O N A D E S I G N Specializing In Interior And Exterior Upgrades To Give Your Home The Look It Deserves FREE ^ FULLY ESTIMATES INSURED CUSTOM WORK IN: ADDITIONS DECKS REMODELING BATHS RENOVATIONS SUNROOMS SKYLIGHTS KITCHENS T h o m a s N lll JH i*ulo<v <$OVeU*UjpA' m o A e -jkm k*' A o m» «- m t x f o l k o m v 072 Carpentry 075 Ceramic Tile Repair/Install. C.R.S. C U S T O M Carpentry Call See Business/Service Dir. D.R.S. Cabinetry See Business/Service Dir. G E N E R A L R E P A IR S. No jobs too small. Experienced. Free Estimates. Fully Ins H O M E IM P R O V E M E N T S Alterations^Repairs. No Jo b Too Small. J. BA RO N or S M A L L J O B S W A N T E D Sheetrock, doors, shelves, custom cabinets, woodworking. Call Carpet Install./ Repair/Sales J I M S C A R P E T INSTALLA TIO N Sales, cleaning, re-lays, re-stretches and repairs. Call N E W carpet remnants from large jobs, assorted colors. Other carpet available. Installation. Call George Ceramic Tile Repair/Install. A C U STO M C E R A M IC TILING Specializing: remodeling, repair & installation BUILDING & REMODELING ROOFING SIDING REPLACEMENT WINDOWS : CONSTRUCTION K itc h e n s C u s to m D e c k s A d d itio n s B a s e m e n ts T e rm ite & W a te r D a m a g e R e p a irs F R E E ESTIM A TES B e tte r B i A D VANCED T IL E D ESIG N Tile, Marble, Cultured Stone Install - Rem odel SE A N C E R A M IC T ILE All Tile Areas, Complete Bathroom Remodeling. Free Estimates T IL E S P E C IA L IS T - Marble, ceram ic & vinyl tile. Full bathrooms, kitchens, foyers, any room needed. Free estimates. Fully insured. Len: U P G R A D E D Tile Specialists C u s t o m In s t a l l a t i o n o f Ceram ic Tile, Marble, Slate & C ultured S to n e. Com plete Bathroom Remodeling Rick Smith 076 Cleaning Service BO NDED - Excellent references, reasonable rates, several openings available, for home-apt-condo CHRISTINE S ULTRA CLEAN Blind Cleaning Service M ICROS -MINIS VERTIC A LS -V ENETIANS Professionally Cleaned U L T R A N S O N I C A L L Y R e m o v e s N ico tin e, D ust, Soot, Grime and Years of Dirt. For F R E E Estimate Call: (201) R IC H S HOME IMPROVEMENT Carpentry Replacement Windows Decks Painting Wallpapering House Painting Reasonable Rates K IT C H E N S, f M C. W e are the Working Man s Kitchen Remodeling Store! You don t have to spend *10,000. to remodel your kitchen. Typical 8 ft. x 9 ft. Oak Kitchen *4,489 Installed Call e s a g? V E R T IC A L B L IN D S $ UP TO 84" X 84" FREE SHOP AT HOME SERVICE! We'll come to you with samples & ideas. (No charge). Includes valance and installation. MANY COLORS TO CHOOSE FROM UP TO PLEATED SHADES C 7 G % OFF MINI BLINDS 0 / Cleaning Service 078 Electrical 079 Entertainment 079 Entertainment A L L B R IT E C LEA N IN G Homes & Offices. Bonded & Insured with over 7 years experience. For free estimate call C O M P L E T E House, Office, Carpet Cleaning. Guaranteed & Insured Professional Maid Services Call H O U S E C LEA N IN G - Condos, apts & homes. References. Call anytime. R E L IA B L E C L E A N E R - I will clean your home. References. Call Martha Drywall/ Sheetrock DRYWALL CONSTRUCTION Sheetrock & Taping Specializing in small jobs Free Estimates LIN & GRADY SHEETROCK Sheetrock & Plaster Repair, Taping & Finishing, Pow er Washing. Fully Insured/Ref s. S M A L L JOBS-A'-A--^ >DECKS ROOFS >ROOM ADDITIONS. ADD. LEVELS - REPLACEMENT WINDOWS SIDING AMPCO ELECTRIC No job too small. Free Estimates. Lie. # B E S T E LE C T R IC Lie. No Fast dependable s e rv ic e. R e a s o n a b le rates. Free est C EILIN G FA N S, lights, plugs installed from $50. Quality work. Lie. # Dan-Bree Electrical C o n t r a c t o r s See Business & Service D A VE-TO W ER E LE C T C R IC No job too small or too large. Immediate service. Lie. # Call D & P E L E C T R IC CO. R easonab le rates, dependable, courtesy. 30 yrs. exper. Free estimate Lie# 4180 C a l l ( ) P O W E R R IT E E L E C T R IC INC. Residential/C om m ercial/lndustrial. Free estimates. License #9351 Call Entertainment B R U C E B R A Y Jr.- M AGICIAN Live animals, audience participation.aii occasions D O U B L E E FUN P A R T IE S Gam e shows or crafts. 5-Adults BUILDING & REMODELING CHUUSLEVMSOHN NUB Specializing in Beautiful Additions &Renovations TOP QUALITY IN. TRADES Fully Insured References Available " S io n C O N S T R U C T IO N ^.» C o m m e r c ia l & R e s id e n t ia l R o o f in g - S id in g - D e c k s A d d it io n s - D o r m e r s - R u b b e r R o o f s E n c lo s u r e s - R e p la c e m e n t W in d o w s We Make The Difference F a m ily O w n e d & O p e r a te d F r e e E s tim a te s Since Fully insured. 89 Broad St., Keyport J.GANO CONTRACTORS H O M E IM P R O V E M E N T S S ID IN G, D E C K S, T O T A L R E N O V A T IO N S F R E E E S T IM A T E S F U L L Y IN S U R E D CISCO S DISCO L iv e ly D J s. P ro fe s s io n a l sound system. Call H A V E S A N T A M C K E E O R F R O S T Y Visit your children or entertain at your holiday party bringing balloons, candy canes, letters from Santa, story, games and prizes. C a l l R o b e r t a Other characters and programs available for birthday parties. Large CURRENT Movie Selection Advance Reserve Available VCR REPAIR FREE Pick op/delivory for Movies and Repairs FOS INFORM ATION A N D FREE GIFT CdII P&P REDECORATING PAPER & PAINT Paper Removal Sheetrock Repairs W e L i k e S m a l l J o b s JUKEBOX RENTAL Rent a 50's or 60's jukebox for the most unique party. Birthdays, anniversary, graduations, any occasion. 50's to 80 s music. Delivery & pickup service. Call Bob K I S S E S T H E K L O W N Any occasion - Balloon Animals & Bouquets, Face Painting & More! MUSIC MASTER D J for all occasions. Oldies «specialty. Call P A R T Y With B O B S Golden Hits. D J for A L L occassions. Top 40s, Oldies & Country. Call P I C K L E S T H E C L O W N H ave a silly-dijjy p a r t y!! Paintings, etc PUDDINS M Y-TEE-FINE CLO W IN All Occasions. Call F a c e PUPPET SHOWS W e make parties special! SANTA VISITS Call Call T o P l a c e Y o u r A d PAINTING/WALLPAPERING W.L. Wittenberg I.&Co. Attention To Detail Fine Painting. Interior _ Exterior Expert Wallcoverings V S h e j u s t k n e w s o m e o n e w o u l d w a n t i t. S o, s h e g a t h e r e d h e r t h o u g h t s t o g e t h e r a n d c a l l e d c l a s s i f i e d G r e a t e r M e d i a N e w s p a p e r s

71 079 Entertainment 084A Light Hauling 086 P a i n t i n g T.N.T. Party with the best D J's For all Occasions Dynamite Sound & Lighting 20 s to 80 s Gutters F A LL G U TTER CLEAN IN G Schedule NOW! 1,001 odd jobs. Carpentry, painting. No job too small. Call G U T T ER S See Business/Service Dir. 081 Lawn Care/ Landscaping BUSH T R E E CO. Clearing, pruning, removal. Free estimates/fully insured D.P. LAWN & LANDSCAPE SNOW PLOW ING D am aged tre e s rem o ved, lawn clean-ups. Debris removal. Call FLYNN S TREE SERVICE Tree Removal/ Land Clearing, Pruning, Etc: Firewood. Free Estimates. Insured M ONM OUTH C oast Bldrs Inc See Business/Service Dir. OSBORN S TREE SERVICE Removal, Pruning, Trimming Land Clearing, Firewood. Free Estimates Masonry JO H N CIA G LIA See Business/Service Dir. 084 Moving 8t Storage AAA Elite HauBng/Moving Attics, basements, garages, etc. All Debris Taken Away, Big and Sm ail Jo b s. Also furniture moving. Best Rates. Free Estimates A TTIC S - Cellars, Garages, Construction Sites, Debris Removal. Free Estimates. Call Randy A-1 H A U LIN G Rubbish Removal- prompt, reliable and reasonable rates JO E 'S LIG H T H AULIN G W e Will Pick Up Anything! LO W R A T E S Odd Jobs Cleanups CUSTOM IN TERIO RS PAINT IN G / P A P E R IN G. F o r your Free Estimate call FIN E PAINTING See Business & Service J O E S IN T ER IO R PAINTING Low Rates. Quality Work. Call J.G.W. PAINTING Attention to detail. Interior/Exterior. Pow er washing, Cedar Shake Restoration. Jeff A N Y T H IN G from Painting, Gutters, Yards. Light hauling & carpentry. Quality. Refs or M. C A F O N E P A I N T I N G Full service professional for HANDYMAN DAN T H E HANDYMAN A L L T Y P E S O F R E P A IR S. In terio r painting. G a ra g e, Attic, and Basem ent clean out. Light hauling. No job too small. Call Dan: Tuesday thru Saturday at Days. 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