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Swim team opens seasoii with 3 win
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REAL ESTATE FOR SALE WATKINS-
RENTALS BACKYARD SALE-Benefit of the Order
ANTIQUES ,. •.•.-.•
Old photographs or parts, in any Will the young man .in the blue dune
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY 50ryard breast stroke in .0:39.7,-
of the Amaranth. Household items, 0
' conditiorL_Edison,i.yictrola. ieic,_—iuBJU'i-*!!. . pi.Gked. up the tennis.
.Part-time..sales^.openings. - Male, of •• TrpWdTn|r~CofpoTatlb'h l o o k s to11 -The~ Cranford
A p » r t m » n t Unfurnuh«d GARAGE SALE-Salurday, July 20- 9 this'8 that=new& oldrJuly19-20" Old records, cylinders or 78's Also " racquet ori Springfield A v e , beating the 0:40.9 record set in for Cranford werey Mike'
• (emale. Schedule own hours and develop in (his area. Need good 10-4 p.m. .31 Bloomingdale Ave., and Parks Department swim
ALMOST NEW- 2FAM1LY • income in a business ot'your o.wn.
For details . write: Mail Sales
stable happily married individuals
«.m. to 6 p m 105 Eggpwood Rd ,
Cranford. Proceeds to i!o to Cranford
music boxes Call 272-7444 8-5
p m weekdays
Sunday morning around 10 a m
Please call 276-1857 REWARD t ^ m o p e n e d its season with
1971. Marcey Pearleman swan •McAdarn, Jenny Smith, Scit
the 50-yard breaststroke in Laubach, Anne Coogan, Ann.
25-40 years of age. Good profits, 5 /; room luxury apartment. 2 ' Woodbridge State School for the
PRICED AT $65,900 Division, Box 10, Watkins
Products, Inc:,1 Winona, Minnesota
bonus, retirement. . and profit bedrooms and ;> baths, dishwasher
sharing. • For qualifying interview • and air-condition—Call 276-2687.
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The American League Braves in the fourth inning to
pennantrwinning Yankees give them a 5-1 lead. CranFordl67-Cedar Grove 121 14 . freestyle; and Marcey
0:35:9. breaking last year's Dooley, Kathy Dempsey, Mike
, | II i l 'I 0:36.2 record. Sommerlad, Mary Delle
Cranford won its first meet Pearlman, 15-17 freestyle.
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55987 c a l l 2 7 6 • 9545or ] CEMETERY PLOT - Private party
U w l C»r» ... beat the National League" Joe Scotti took over the The relajjearns won (iye_of_ The 12-u boys' freestyle 1.00 Donne and Cliff Smith. Doug
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car garage, DENTAL . ASSISTANT, CHAlRSlDE Hom» I Wouldn't Drive it (8 burials) Graceland Mem'I Pk.
Braves B=5l«nhefinargariievDf: ~mouhd~Tor~The~Yahks~in~lhe the six events" ~ yardTelajrteamrDon^Balcerr
EXPERIENCE PREFERRED,•;' NOT Person/needed days to care for 3 to Florida... Nonsectariafl. Will divide 352-3967 the eight team playoff tour- fourth inning. Grove. Taking first place Greg Jub ; n, Mike Sommerlad merla'd won the 100-yard
NECESSARY.-Must also type apd .. elemerr. school age boys in SHORT HILLS, furnished or un-,. but it's the perfect car to drivejust nament last Wednesday at the ' TTie Yanks got three runs in ribbons were Bonnie Jacob-
, Kenilworth. 289-0665, 9 a.m.-5 furnished:1' 24 Hobart Ave. now
, (355-9222 eves, and wk. ends). and Matt Dyer, finished • in medley.
son, eight-year-old and under CranforrM^O-Maplewood 124
WADE ASSOCIATES assume occasional receptionist
duties. Millburn professional
building. Call 376-6266, evenings,
p. m Mon. thru'Fri. available. 8 large rooms, 4 baths, I
garages. Near everything. Best
about anywhere else in the
suburban area. 1971 Chevy
Chevelle station wagon, automatic
CEMETEBY . PLOTS - Graceland WE NEED YOU! Albert Antoine field... the fifth inning to trail 5-4.
Mike Prussack was t h e Pahren and Prussack drove in freestyle; Sherry Baublis, 12-u Five records were broken
0:57.1, breaking the 1971 .- Cranford's relay teams
record of 0:57.5. placed first in five out of six
REALTORS 46.7-8556. BOOK KEEPER. offer over $450 per month. This is Memorial Path. Kenilworth, N.J. starting pitcher for the Yanks, Lies, McGean and Scotti. backstroke; Janet Mitchell, Wednesday in the swim meet Winning other events for events. Swimming for the
transmission. Good condition.
23 N o r t h A v e n u e , East Cranford
Sales Engineer firm. Full time (not full not my office house. Dr. Cornell
Priced at $1400 for quick sale.
Write: "Plots" - P.O. Box 123, ...and it shows in a dozen different facing John Oldam of the In the sixth and final inning, 13-14 backstroke; Maureen held at Maplewood "which Cranford were Maureen winning teams wereC. Rehill,
charge)! Please phone for ap- Grossman, 46 Old Short Hills Rd.- High Bridge, N.J. 08829.
Braves. Keenan, 15-17 backstroke; and Cranford won 170-124.
.276-1053 376-0006. 3 7 6 - 1 2 0 0 . daytime. 379-486? ways, . Joe Scotti shut out the Braves. Keenan, Betsy Chase, Anne M. Sommerlad, D. Baker and
NURSING & HOME pointment. Roden Co., Cranford
evenings. • -
To name just a few of our in- The Yankees had seven hits, The Braves brought in relief Mark ' Smith, 15-17 Sherry Baublis, 12-u, swam Coogan, Ann Dooley, Kathy R. Briscoe, boys' 10-u L. Ryan,
Res. Sales M g r . , Doris Coyle, 276179) CARE one each for Tom Lies, Jim pitcher, Bob Jessie. backstroke. the 50-yard freestyle in 0:36; Dempsey, Mark Smith, Janet K. Wolfram, K. Forsythe and
ViMtlan EUnUU - -' ducements for capable
HELP WANTED McGean, Joe Scotti, Mike Also winning for Cranford breaking last year's record of Mitchell ', and John Specht. P. Bauglis, girls; 10-u; D.
WANT TO EARN MONEY-BUT NOT 9 Yankee Glen'Skoog opened
RN'S. LPN's, home health aides &
.companions. Part-time, tem- TO 5? Be an AVON Representative. LONG BEACH ISLAND -BRANT BEACH secretaries Prussack, Dave Pahren, the inning with a single, Alex were Mike Sommerlad, 12-u 0:37.6. Doug Cermak, 12-u, The relay teams won three Cermak, B. Dooley, E .
porary or lull time. Experienced,
bonded. Reasonable rates.
Set your own hours. Pick your own
days. Interested? Call : 353-4880.
1 and 2 week rentals still available
for early July.' Ocean front and
„ ocean block. Ager Realty, 3310 Bay
TELLERS , .• An attractive salary . . . and
Glenn Skoog and Jeff Anceiin. p'Addio grounded to first- for
Gathering four hits for the an out with Skoog taking ,
breaststroke; Jim Carvalho, broke the same record for
13-14 breaststroke; • Marcey boys by swimming in 0:34.8.
Pearlman, 15-17 breaststroke,
out of five events..
Gleadell, and M. Marks, boys;y
11-12; and B . Chase, A,'
BOYLE HOMEMAKERS " MAIL CLERK DRIVER
Miscellaneous office duties. Must
Ave., Brant Beach, N.J. 08008.Call:
(609) 494-2560. •'•'"'• is your experience the chance to earn more in
Braves Were Steve Lissner second. P a t Brown also
with two! Ed Helmstetter, and grounded to first for put
MikeSommerlad swam the
Echo Lake 127
Dooley, J. Mitchell: and L.
Cermak, girls; 13-14.
IS Alrien St., Cranford 277-5800
have a clear driving record.
Apply or cairpersonnel-276^0~00 -
RtAl tSTATE flPPg*>SfltS adding Bpinhe career you deserve? Hnterpstingrwork-inr pleasant-
Dan Miller, a double. number two. Tom Lies
Neither team scored in the iingled^-nrvoving-Skopg—to—
first inning^The Braveslkew third, then Des stole second.
ration -The first triangular meet of In the first diving com-
petitiortrheld with a Cranford
THE J-B. WILLIAMS 80., INC. . PHIL p. HENEHAN, SRA Take "a long look ahead; ' surroundings with enough at Cranford with Cranford swipn meet MarkSrriith placed
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Sunday, July 21
An exceptional' home lor a
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Full time position, central New Jersey
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750 Walnut Ave. . Cran'ord, N.J.
Equal Opportunity Employer M / F
• • Society of
Real Estate Appraisers
2b Alden Street, Cranford
. if you'f-e certain that the position you hold
now promises ample rewards for capable variety and challenge to
make the days fly by
.first blood in the second a s Jim McGean walked and YOU'RE OUT — Yankee baserunner Joe Scotti is being tagged out at home plate
Lissner drove in two runs. The, finally Joe Scotti singled to by Braves catcher, Rich Genova, in the final playoffgame which the Yanks won 6-
Yanks came back with one run left scoring both Skoog and
for county swim meet outscoring Highland Swim . fii'st and Paul Smith and
Club and Echo Lake' Swim Kathy Dempsey finished
259 Hemlock Ave. 3 baths -acccniuate -this ex-
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_— Garwood ceptionally lovely home situated .bolony preferred. Modern INSURANCE TRAINEE
-276-7933— in-the-second-with -Ancelin Lies to live the Yanks the 6:5 The deadlines for entries^in" —-The-meetsare-t
Inspprt this irnmnrillate •nn n 1 ?ri » ?75 lilt jn , most.
1 ; f a c i l i t i e s ^ excellent working .Jnsi.de eternal .J.Q.b.fQj:,.spmeone_who_. you to stay, right where you are. But if credited with the RBI. victory and the championship. the 48th annual Union County.: .residents of Union County.
bedroom New England Cape on a «desrrable area. This home is ""c'6i»9itionsi'~Sepf. opening. ITeply:* will be trained in certaia aspects, of you're doubtful about your chances to move • Grand people to work with '•"'• HelmsletteF andHLTssner swimming meets will be Entrants must be amateurs.
beautifully landscaped 80 x 100 ideal lor the professional or • . Box 189 (he insurance business. Can
ahead, .consider what we have to offer. drove in three runs for the The Yanks hacL one of the Thursday and Friday Aug. 1 Diving events will begin at
Carnford, N.J. 07016
lot adjoining Unami Park. You'll -executive develop into a.career job. Starting • Many benefits from weeks- best seasons ever in Cranford and 2. The meet for girls and 6:30p.m., swFfnming events at
love it!! • ; • . . • \ Equal Opportunity Employer salary 590 Fee paid. Call: First National State begins by paying 2
..--lohg—v-acations to 1 paid BasebaJULeague history, first -women will be-Tuesday Aug. 7;30 p.m.
HAVE YOU SEEN OUR GALLERY OF HOMES? NANCY'S ^eXceireift~T~"s:a~r'ariei5~"""«and providing winning the American League 6, and the competition for boys
STOP IN RITA GIRL unequalled benefits for savings and holidays, insurance, and a pennant with a 20-1 record and A competitor may- enter
DENTAL RECEPTIONIST " 108 Walnut Ave. 9:30- 5 P;M. and men will be the following only two events plus diving.
Instrument level, very good op- '10 Alden St: Cranford, N.J. Mon. thru Sat. commercial tellers. But that's only the hospitalizatiori plan that then following it up with the evening, Aug. 7.
p o r t u n i t y f o r b e g i n n e r . Goo.d Cushions you against the playoff championship^ The entry fee of $1 per event
salary. • Cranford 272-4943 start! What we're looking for is banking Both meets will be a t ' the must accompany the entry
SALE • • - ,
talent, people who want a future com- heaviest bills
RITA GIRL Rahway Pool, Rah way, under blank filled out with ap- Racing Now thru August 24
10 PER CENT OFF ON ALL
MERCHANDISE mensurate with their abilities. Busy,
If you're good at steno and.typing,
Clara Barton the auspices of The Union propriate information.
RESIDENTIAL-SALES MANAGER, MAVKOEHLER lOAWenSt.. Z':.'.. BEAUTICIANS ..'. J. • j r y b N M O U T H PAHKrOoeanport.N.J.-
dynamic First National State with Its County Park ComrriissioriT Entry blanks a r e now 2 miles (rom Garden St. Pirkwiy, Exit 105 ~ EXACTA ii
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Cranford 2X2 4943
HITCH YOUR.WAGON TO ft MIRACLE!" «•
Wow's your chance.to change the •
Call 272-5056 headquarters in Newark and 30 branch the red carpet is out for you in
Newark and in many of our 30
tournament Entries for girls and women available.
must be received by Aug. 1 SPECIAL BUSES, Garden Si. F*arkW9y: Lv. Pott
S30 South Ave,, East, Cranford . direction your career's taking. I'm Estate Sales offices is building its future on people of Aulh. Term., 8 Aue. & 41 St., to lo 12:20 Daily
. Stu Shaw, and I'm telling you that branch offices, Some of our at noon by. Jack Bir- Prizes in each of the two . LO. T.N.J. Term. Pine St. Newark, Noon Daily
1)43 E. Jersey St., Elizabeth
AIDES our "Miracle on North Wood talent. With our rapid growth and our policy
of promoting people from within, there is suburban openings may be right opens Sunday mingham, Superintendent of evening meets will be. medals
CNIlDaCN UNDLR I I NOT tDHITTIB
Galleries in Morristown & Bernards vi/le
Avenue" can hardly handle the
business- Thanks' to. good ad- TURKEY in ypur town. • . ' „ . Recreation, The Union County for first, second and third POST 2 PM • Daily Double 1:50 PM
vertising and great -hair-styling. plenty of room for you to soar. • - Fifteen eight-year-old boys Park Commission, P.O. Box places. ' -.
Weekdays9-8; Saturdays9-4; Sunday 11-3
Private duty cases for experienced
aides, for week-ends, few days, We're looking for 3 more-and if NEEDS A HOME The future may be closer thahypu think. have been selected from the 275, Elizabeth, N.J. 07207.
you've got imagination and am- Black, spayed, female, cat. Sleek Please apply any weekday Cranford Baseball jLeague's Entries for boys arid men
isssssssssssssssssssssss longer term. Work when you wish &
help famili.es in need. Excellent
pay, benefits,, ho fee.
bition, you could be just right for
• us. Good.pay, rewarding-work'and
and beautiful. Friendly, and
charming. Great mouser. Can you Please apply any weekday
9:30 A M . to 3:30 P.M.
- at our Personnel Dept.
Unami a n d Nomahegan
Leagues to compete in the
must be'in by noon Aug, 2.
COLONIAL Liquors Has The Perfect
(unpeople. Be part of the miracle--
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9-::3-<LA.JVU|pJ3iA^ Clara Barton Tournament in Jftatiim Gin-
""CENTER-HA tL~ COLO N I A t ~ r , — \ ~ ]
Fords. 302 South Ave w Garwood
In this lovely split level home 5
with 4 bedrooms, 2Vi baths, 2 =
9 spacious rooms, 2 /? baths,
UPJOHN Oar landlord lias reluaed !• -
extend our Warebouae leau I The boys selected are; Andy BFAT THE 789-1244
& our itoraie faollltlei *
BANK OF NEW JERSEY '• Acton, David Biddulph, Peter.
car garage,' large tree shaded
lot. Why not see it for yourself,
conditioning. Beautiful' con-
dition.. Built . 1958-Prime
15 Alden St., Cranford'- 272-5800 SAVE GAS BANK OF NEW JERSEY
Cycle: Showroom i n a l l 1
Jammed to ~tl» celling with
Cycles! Over 689 new It '
Brown, Doug Chapman, Vince SWEET TASTE OF VICTORY — The Yankees, champions of the Cranford
Call-we'll be glad, to show you location i'rt Broqkside and high ; \ 500 Broad Street, Newark, N.J. used Blkta muil be lold. D'Addio, Peter Delsandro, Baseball League, are enjoying a^victory celebration at the home of coach Vince
through,1 SERVICES , ~ " ~ ~ •" 500 Broad Street, Newark, N.J. .
-. •' • •. school area. $78,500
: ' -BEAUTY SALON
112 North Wood Ave. Linden SHOP CRANFORD An Equal Opportunity Employer
Art Equal Opportunity Employer
eoit, price * profit make
no difference . . . . wo are
now forced to lower prices
Chris Dougherty, Bob Kenny,
Jeff Lawler, Brian Obie, Keith
McGean of 503 Casino Ave. following the team's win over the Braves. Manager
Lovely Cofonial featuring 3 large CARPENTRY - attics, basements, ' 486-9771 even further — make any Vic Gatto is holding a victory cake- Coaches Al Lies and Erik Skoog are in rear
PHIL F. HENEHAN 1 bedroo'rns, spacious living room complete jobs-include permits.
offer oo (beta new Blkea! O'Donnell, Ronnie Papa, Scott while champion ballplayers refresh with a soft drink.
Also small jobs; doors,1 windows, Stevens, Jim-Trotter and
25 Alden Street
'and dining r o o m . . Modern
kitchen, very deep lot (190')
Reduced to $51,000.
gutter and* leaders. After' 6 P.M.
call: 486-2170. CRAIMFORD . CB 750ce
Kevin - Wetherell, The
manager is John Gargario.
Ball- team splits in tourney
276-7933 f ' 'With a 1st floor den,COLONIAL
IV: baths, Home 276-6000 276-6000 "J4 110NOA 550
1 4 HONDA jeOco
t l 709
Coaches are Frank Bellomo
and Al Jacobson. Scorekeeper Relax With
-Multiple Msting-Service- Seagram's
I m pro vemT?nTs~~ Fifteen nine-year-old boys Manhardt and a walk" to BoTF after a single BjT~ScolT~
FERRED. $52; 900. CALL is Kurt O'Donnell. Vetter to load the bases. Chris Wetherell, a walk to Chris
jEj/enings Call 'TODAY! ' ' •- 14 rtoNDA niko t7QQ
have been selected from the
Obie and a single by. Mike
Kathleen JenkirW'^' 272-6647 5 ' * I " I I I SlIMAItS All P u r p o s e — * ' •' The first game will*' be Unami and Nomahegan Obie belted a long double to
JohnA.Thiesz . ^ \ 276-1564 | played Sunday at §:30 p'.m. Leagues to compete in the score the two runs. Colineri; J o e DelGrippo
•*' NIGH r APPOIN1MINIS
ALUMINUM PRODUCTS AUTO DEALERS BANKS DECORATORS LANDSCAPING PLUMBERS
•73 HONDA lOOco
Jam.esburg's only scoring singled home the first run and
Jack Millar' 272-2755 |
2722755 ". . * I Ul IV INSURED. .._ Dirt Le«aL . against Roselle Park at Fords first annual East Brunswick
Th« NatUn't LMdlltf Horn.
Finding Service •11 HONDA VMce t l H O O Park. Invitational Baseball Tour- threat came in the third inning Jeff Manhardt singled home $495
EDRICH Scrambler ,»IUOY nament, a double elimination "with two men on. An infield the second run.
For Convenient T Quart
276-2239 REMODELING LIFETIME ALUMINUM "Full S e r v i c e " Banking TERMINAL LANDSCAPING
•74 HONDA Wee
$564 Cobras best tournament with all games single seemed to have all Cranford added four more
•H HONDA 90ce
being played at Showcase runners safe, but. an alert runs in the bottom of the sixth
D. S. KUZSMA
272-6086 272-6334 PRODUCTS, INC. CHANFOHD OFFICE
MILL END STORES, INC.
Industrial - Residential
. • Designing r J.T. Griffin, Prop.
Iflal M p . ^ _
Men AU Pur. 81J
Field, East Brunswick. third baseman, Steve DiBella, on three successive singles by
The boys selected are: Jon tagged the runner when he Drew Scott, ; Scott Wetherell
SdER'S The perfect summer refresher.
Carpentry, .paneling, rec.rooms,
Home Improvement products
Storm Windows and Doors
100 South Ave. E. DRAPERIES
I, SLIP COVERS. ROBERTS & WIESE PLUMBING - HEATING
MAKE ANY OFFER- Acton, J o e Denci, Mike .over-ran third base to end "the and Joe Denci to load the
115 MUn Street C^nlord G. G. NUNN painting, general repair, im-
TWINBORO p T O CORP. CRANFORD AUTOBANK
Chestnut St. & Walnut Ave.
Large i«lectio<1 ol 27M284 276-32S1
276-0269 SAVE HUNDREDS! The Cranford Cobras nipped Colineri, Jeff Manhardt, Mike inning.' * bases. Chris Obie banged out a 104 Walnut Ave., Cranford 1 h oz. of Sedgrams Gin
(Realtors and Insurors provements. DAVE or ROGER-276- Authorized FORD 931-6833
Fabrics by Vird
or Bolt 124 THOMAS ST. CRANFORD New 14 Honda 450cc AU
o a pp Mike Colineri, on the mound long double to drive in two V/20Z. of orange juice
4918 or 561-3361. 102 South Ave., W. Cranford
206 South Ave., E. Cranford the Rahway Recreation Stevens, Connie Rehill, Chris for Cranford, went all the way runs. Mike Colineri promptly
Multiple Listing Service 181 North Ave., E. 4 Dealer Since 1920 • united counties Purp., LUt S1M». Sale » U «
baseball team 2-1 Saturday in Obie, Scott .Wetherell, John pitching a strong two-hit shut followed with another long Awedgeoflime
Evenings Call Headquarter! New 14 Honda SCtee.'AU ,V
.276-8110 Sales Service. Rentals trust company Draoarv Hardware Purp, List I139S, Bale tlt4»
Intracounty League play. Pawowitz, Ricky Bross, Bob A dash of Giroux^grenadine
HEMMING AND SMALL DRESS AUTO REPAIRS Open Eves, til 9:30
- Sat. 1116:00
where good things Interior Decorating LUMBER CHAPMAN *New 14 Hoeda ZSOecS. 8i»<t
M f i l XL. Lbt 11299. •
out "while collecting 11 double to drive in two more
The Cobras' record is 4-4. Vetter, Anthony Ferrone, strikeouts and giving up only tuns. __
Louise Marino 276-1023
ALTERATIONS. CALL 276-7784.
start to happen Specialists BROS.
Bale H I M
New 1 4 Honda XSOcc,' EU1- They are in third place in Steve DiiBella, Drew Scott and
Joe DelGrippo. Co-managers three walks. Cranford collected three,
Edward Jankowski 232-7942 Member Federal Reserve System' lall l,V\-!llll, Plumbing- Heating - Cooling
nore Mol/Cn.. LUi f 1429,
Bale U l M Division A. are IrV Lenhoff and Joe Drew Scott, catching for more singles --by Joe wiifi
276-1796 SHAHEEN AGENCY Landscaping - Reasonable rates. 'I8ti-
BODYART 158 Westfidd Ave. Roselle Park Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. 962 Stuyvesant Avenue, Union BUILDERS'GENERAL. - Repairs -Alterations ; New 14 Honda U5MT Street
Legal,. Llit »W9, Sale « M
Cranford scored both runs in DelGHpl»T*The~coache's are Cranford, held the few DelGrippo, Anthony Ferrone
the first inning oh a bases- Ed Scott and Nick' Frungillo. Jamesburg runners with some and Jeff Manhardt. Sharing Seagram's
4339 after 4 p.m. Air Conditioning
Roy Douglass 276-4046
George W. kochera
SUPPLY m ^ 276-1320 Prlcn pin* Irelfht. dealer
prep, a license fee*. loaded force play at second Scorekeepers a r e Gary fine defensive back-stopping. pitching chores for Cranford
. 1 5 North Ave., E. FUEL OIL 'jMtrib'er 36^North Ave;, E. Cranford were Joe DelGrippo, Chris
BUILDING MATERIALS followed by iLen Jacobs' single Lenhoff and Bill Gargano.
274-1900 a n d 774-0777
MASON WORK Collision Specialist^ REILLYoiDSMOBILE INC Building Materials '
MMwork USED HONDAS! to score the second tally. Batboy is Todd Scott.
East Brunswick 11
Obie, Jon Acton and Bob
Associates: W A T E R PROOF ING and Auto &-Truck Authorized „ D i a l 2760505 REYNOLDS Cranford posted eight runs Xo
Cranford 3-Jamesburg 0 — Cratiford's second game in Some fine defensive plays SPECIAL OFFfR:
DELIGHTFUL Mirguerite Rearwin 276-4486 REPAIRS Re/inishing
OLDSMOBILE REEL-STRONG FUEL III. 336 Centennial Ave., Cranlord PLUMBING & HEATING, INC.
1 1*70 • 1
Cranford's first game was the tournament was played were made by Cranford, On a
Eleanor Bridfield 276-7319 Steps, walks, patios, drains 24 Hour Towing
Sales & Service J.S. IRVING COMPANY "Dependable, Friendly Service GeoCuozzo TonyDiFabio
I 1*31 Z-M
1 1974 MBrSt
19<9 ISO played last Friday night Sunday afternoon against a ball hit sharply back to the
To order a set of 4
Red Baron mugs,
Ruth P. Detering 276-8922
Body_& Fender Shop 232-7651 Lumber a MHIwork
v ^Ince 1»3S 1 1911 250 •>.
Call 274-3520 • - ol Every De».cHp«loii . Over 35 Yrs. Experience
1 1OT3 SSO -' against-Jamesburg-Granford strong-East-Brunswick teamr mound, Jon Acton three home- -—-send—check—or-
will), hhis -just, listed spotless
Paul P Mimpson
276-3453 S H O P : 789-0330
560 North Aye , E. Westfield Foil Oil..:o» Burners Heating Oils MOVERS tor ALL *MEHICAirCKRS— came away the winner 3=0T~~~~EasT~Brunswick came away ToThe catcher, Drew ScoftTfoT V money ordfer -for
brick and frame three bedroom . Hardware. ..Paint* Installations Service Bathroom and Kitchen 1 1971 QA-50 l itm • .
Helen (Cyn) Gallant 272-8576 R E S : 789-0o04 1 1973 OA-50 CB-3504
SLOWEST PRICES Cranford's first run came in the winner 11-6. nail the runner trying to score! $3.50 to Service
home with two fireplaces, den 3 North Ave. E. Crj»)n<ord Modernizations
Clemy Grjbowski 241-7860 SERVICE SALES REPAIRS
1 19T1 QA-50 1 1972 CB-Jifl Quick Installation the bottom "of the second in- Cranford's first two runs Joe DelGrippo made a fine Command, Dept. 9
and family-room. The front yard • 6 North Avenue Garwood 1 1970 CT-70 » 1971
HOUSE PAINTING - INTERIOR-AND 600 South Ave., W., Wc»t(leld 276-0900 . We Do 1 1971 CT-T0 ' CB-3S0KB ning after three walks to load came in the bottom of tfye fifth catch of a ball hit deep to P.O.. ^ox 942,
has a beautiful lawn, shrubs and Janet Milden 276-4460.
EXTERIOR. REASONABLE RATES... BANKS J 1971 . 1 1971 Cotri'einfor Bronx, New York.
flowers... the rear yard offers The Complete Job CT-70H CB-JJ0K3 . Muffler Check-Today! the bases, Chris Obie singled center field. On a ball hit
true privacy with lawn, patio a.nd
natural 'wooded area with
, S YEARS Of SERVICE
•• CALL: 276-5774.-. ,' , ' -
REASONABLE RATES 1 B-170
2 1973 X B 7 5
t 1966 CA-77
2 1968 CB-3M
sharply to center field for his
first RBI. The. second runner
Kent shoots sharply down the first.base;
10453. Allow 8
weeks for delivery.
•g'fo~uTfd~c~oWr7 C'crtrftfl a i r ----Frien -1- 2-1S71CB-359-
•• • » • • • » » • • • " • " ,
" first and cut loose with a
conditioning for your year round
comf.orl. Available for quick
estimate. Call ED at 276-6775.
CAPITAL RESIDENTIAL 8, COMMERCIAL
HENRY P. 158 North. Ave., E. Cranford ATC-90
South Eknora Av»., Cor Erico Av
B«h»»«n St Gaorgi Av*. & Baywiy;
Drew Scott tagged the runner
CHARMING CAPE COD
1ST TIME OPPCRED
EXPERT-INSURED M BARICH-276-
Moving& S 1 1%9 SL-S0
1 196S CA-95
1973 CB-450 Clrcto EL 3 - 9 2 4 4 * Cranford added two more Wynn Kent shot a 145-yard for a double play. J
MOVING OUTQF STATE
RELO Infor-Citv Relocation viht: room with fireplace. Jr 65430
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
IU2fi CHESTNUT STREET
ROBELLE. N . *I.. ay 2 0'J" Packing
POOLS 1 1971 C H 0 0
1M73 . Work done including Sunday 'till 8 runs in the fifth on a walk to. hble-in-one Sunday at the Twin Cranford's nine-year-old
team will play tomorrow 512 Boulevard
Seagram's-The perfect martini gin. Perfect all ways.
CAN HELP YOU!
i dining room, kitchen. 2 Servicenter, Incorporated 1IJ87, FUNERAL HOMES
1 1961 1
P.M. Call for Appointment.
Steve DiBella, a single by Jeff Brooks Country Club in night at 8 p.m. at Showcase
Watchung on the 13th hole. He SWGRUM DISTILURS COMPANY. NEW YORK CITY. 9 0 PROOF. DISTILLED OKY GIN. DISTIIUD fHOM AMERICAN DRAIN
..iwdrooms. and tile bath on the
1st lloor Hiice dormitory Ken M«ier, Prop. Insured Savings 241 North Ave., W. CL-125A
1 1972 SI.-US 1
used a seven iron. Field in East Brunswick. Kenilworth
G I . HOWLAND, INC. bedroom on second door Re roofin(!_
self- seal shingles
Hours: M o n . t o F r i . CABINETRY WestfleW
•*•*• 1 1971 8UL25
1 1971 CL-160
1970 Kent was entered in a three-
.... REALTOR Panelled rec room in basement Senmlnss giittor.s-.leaders 8:30-6:00 DOOLM 232-4464 BUSTER 1 1973
1973 CB-500 guys-and-a-gal tournament
Centrally air-conditioned on 1st
Free estimnles-Guaranteed ^ _
2769800 Thurs. Eve.6-8 CRABBE 1 1969 CL-175 3 1973
with Barbara Dee, Norman
lloor, garage, Excellent area
See this new listing today Saturday 9 A.M. - Noon
BY DUDICK & SON
FUNERAL SERVICE POOLS
1 1970 CL-17S
11971 ct-ns 1
1973 Zeichner and Allan ; Roberts.
13 Eastman St., $43,900
KonMcGralh 272-65fl'7 23 South Ave. W Cranford
276-5550^ Custom e*bin«trv Funeral Directors I im CL-ns CB-500K
Fully insured 1 1973 CL-175 2 1972 CB-500
Cranford 2 N. Union Ave. 655 RaritanRoad
3 1974 CB M0
- 276-0255 t 1973
REALTOR 274-76)8 ALUMINUM SHOWROOM
Cranford Cranford Built-in Appllancct
Visit our Showroom
. or call
218 North A v e , W. Cranfoid
1 1972 CB-175
• OPEN HQUSE
2 Alden St. Cranford Porch and Patio Enclosures 789-1790 >poolsInc.
1—19*7, 1—19R». 1—1970,
t-^?T%% 1—1973 MX2S«
' SUN. 2-5 Jalousies Awning Windows -
e*ii s§jl Full Line of Chemicals
4 BEDROOM COLONIAt Nuprirue Replacement Huneral Directors USED KAWASAKI'S! ' In the first match of
THE ' Windows BANK CLEANERS 12 Springfield Ave.
Call 276-3691 3—1971's, 2—1972'*, *—197J'» ' Cranford's Youth Tennis
possible mother - daughter or Storm and
just right for a growing family Member , Cranford.- N.J.: pur s»t*iet USED TRIUMPH'S! ! League, Cranford was
DEACON Screen Combinations
defeated by~ Watchuftg,"•4% to
.,1st floor has- living room with
Combination Doors 25 styles AUTO DEALERS
Federal Reserve System
276-0092 ' I TAILORING i - i M S , l—19S7. i — i m ' '
S—1970-1, 2—197l't. Z—1972'. (
fireplace, .-full "dining room,
modern kitchen, don, bedroom
AGENCY, INC. Federal Deposit Call 1—'72 TR-6E. 1—'73 TB-X7S
LIFETIME ALUMINUM /
Insurance Corp. p Tirst singles player, Bob
and bath,-3 bedrooms, and bath 276-5051 PRODUCES, I N C / hrt LiUndefererl ALTERATIONS - REPAIRS USED HARLEY'S! ! 19/4 VOLKSWAGEN StO«N I I I i siiaoesreo nerXiL raid,
^m •>.(}.(., INCLUDING AIM Hammerl, and second singles
on 2nd floor round- out this
charming home. Located close Open 102 South AWB_W£-2W-3205
\fut Storage Vault
Wedding Gowns Cleaned
ALL TYpfesOF CLOTHING
- Reasonable -
1-1941. 1—1942. 1—1M«.
1—19*5. 1—19*9. Z - I W ' l . | CONDIHONIW0, LOCAt YAHI!5 AHO OrHtll DtALKK CHA»0(S, I f ANY, AbCUIONAL.
player, Rose Marie Haddad,
to elementary and If high Tues. and Thurs. 1-1971. 1-1972. 1—1972 XLH both lost in well-played
school-in A-l location. FAIRLY
PRICED. . '
BENNER S SERVICE POOL does mqit
everything. Carpentry, Plumbing, 433 North Aye.. East
i n Boulevard, 276-3300
EXPERT MARIO FERREIRA USED BSA'Sl i
matches to Mark Post and his
44 North Ave., E. Cranford Pormerlv with brother, David. Nancy
«>••*«>•«> ^Remodeling. Electric Wiring,
Appliance Repairs. Call 276-3356.
-Westfield. N. J l"> kcnilvvnrlh FURNITURE STRIPPING Cranford Cleaners
1 - 1 M ] , 1—1970 AWL,
1-1970. 1—1967 LlcbtulBf ( -Neuman, playing third
McPHERSON •'-•'-•• 5HORT HILLS CALL: 276-6005 or 925-3733 ( singljes,i.Jos.t J Q _ a__strq.ng
- • >
HOME CLEANING LOWRATES Watchung player, Bob
Window washing*, doors scrubbed SHOP 1—IM? BMW. 1—1973 BMW. I
TRANSFERRED EXECUHVr -i I m-
- m«dia|e occiipjncy Newly and waxed, raneling cleaned ^ THE NATIONAL WE PICK UP & DELIVER
1—1973 Nor(n D , 1—1971 B e -
Will. 1-1972 JAWA 412, •
1—1971 luJlun Babral.
Drive a cool bargain. Niegish, Carol Bishe, playing
fourth singles defeated her
Ucc'orafcd. l o p aroa FnRlisii waxed & tarpoti cleaned. CALL: C A L L 354-0798
245-6916-b«<ore 10 a.m. alter 4 r» STATE BANK CRANFORD 1—1970 Indian Hcr«mbler, <
opponent, >Susan Hutar.
Open Daily 9-5 Suiu'av 1-5
Colonial LK LI). rP. UR. If.
country kitchen.- Fjm KM. .i Blf. p. m. FRONT WMt'EL OI1IVE TV SERVICE
1—19M B u c . t l '
1^-1973 J - Wbtel ,
An air conditioned Beetle The doubles team of Brian
19 Alden S t r ' ;
"2V;"Baths;""a'rif;"A(7,". VOW'"1IYXP!7" _-.. >S-ir.iiL.SincuJLU2 _ _ . _ _ IM "OUR BASK COMMODITY ' Truller * Alspott, 1—1971 ' Levine and Jack Lynch lost to
Principals only. High^O's :V/(>- CLEANED
CftANFORDOFFICe CONTRACTORS HARDWARE SUNSET : Sates & S«rvlc* 8 n o » f 9 t'TL-72.11. 1— B o l e n . ,
WS. 1—Holena 440. 1—1972 ' for *2825. Doug Flannelly and Ken
6476, or weekdays, 212-75C-3J<1'J Color, Black & White
643 Raritan Road TELEVISION
C'Z-MX 400, 1—196* S t a r s ( Sebesky, after giving thejr
HIFI & Stereo
100% FINANCING! < Now through July 31st older opponents some rough
CLASSIFIED ADS John Bordcn
Complete "One S t o p " Banking
j 15 South Ave. Garwood
Air Conditioners If you're 18 ot older aad i
h»vP a Job. rail V.I.P.I I n .
competition. Michelle Aneolin
and Mary Ushay were hard
Call 276-6000 I:Iiik ID. Members FD1C BENNINGCR CO Indoor & Outdoor
turnn^c arranged on prcnu
l i f l , (oo! pressed before winning 9-7
against Susan Flannelly and
Deadline Tuesday 3 P.M. WANTED TO BUY Ahnpto IFreo Cu. Jack Davis Tool Rentals NURSING HOMES WATCH REPAIR Donna Rosamilia. George
Parking Chuck BeVmingcr Poulos and Craig Weiner wore
Chain SIMS Sewer Snakes *}..
Old or ,irili(|u.i! furniture;, class, chin.) Altaratiofts Elec. Sanders ' Power Hammers on their- way to victory
iind bric-a-brac. Anything iirtiisu.il Authorised CLARK OFFICES Additions Floor Sanders Sump Pumps CRANFORD HALL 486*6200 against Dell Riffat and Kevin
Mature male - female taxi drivers. ACT NOW • Join the oldest Toy 4 (Jilt Call VNANCY" 272-5056 . BUICk Sebesky before rain halted the
Full or part-time. Call: 276-0081 Party Plan in the Country -our'27th Sales & Service Summit and Elizabeth Remodeling • 215-6040 MRSING HOME KMM«ir ^n«|l 108 W. 7TH STREET
match at 5-4.
alter 6 P.M. Year! Commissions up to JU m:r
GMC TRUCK SALES
WATCHES «, CLOCKS
R epa>r> Don* On The PLAINFIELD, N.J. VOLKSWAGEN
212 Chestnut St. 12Acri Estate
cent. Free Sample Kit. Call or write LIONEL, Amfcricin I'lycr. IVKS and
Trust Company Free Estimates Flreprool Buildings ^aaw^ Premliet 753-1300 for Infol The next match is today at
Part-lime school bus driver. 7s9 a.m. SAN'JA's Parties, Avon, Conn. other trains. Immediate cash. Will GOOO USED CARS Roselle Park, N.J. ' SO R O '
9OO E L I Z A B E T H A V E . , L I N D E N fH W O M Scotch Plains, 2 p,m.
pay to $2,000." 464-8-148: eves. 1060 Raritan Rd. 10 We»tflild Avo Reglsfowntbrses In Charge walcR anei JewatrvHIeaairt
and or 2-4 p.m. Must be 20 yr^. 06001. Tel, 1(203)6/3-3-155. ALSO 139 N. Broad St. Ellzaiwth C A L L CRAitfFORD Brin|thItAd
4M-P692. 276-7100 7 WALNUT Avl. tf) *I97fl
or over. Good pay-Call 789-1119. BOOKING PARTIES
Get I SO off on any Rental. 600 Lincoln Pk , E Cranlord CRAHFONO, NJ. *I*-**IV
I Member FDIC