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FRESH MEATS
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Freshly Ground Beef lb. 69c

Legs Lamb (Half or

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Frying Chickens

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IT'S \EW TO US

— Continued from Page 4

And thai to our way of thinking
t TalHali girls will



hOli girls,

till buy a

U skirt, slim jacket

f t" not have to

■ i

the new
ing, comfortable and fun

de I'/ii'i-

.

I -i> college girl won
Hppi i im ■ ery colle e n Ml oi

I ■ ■ ■
to his b*MT jacket like a
I. :.ign.

Before nmUTJ around th

JJ Mi.ind-u[', howevei . we.<J

.;.,. .inn, kftal the very di-

■■ g] Ity ol i Wo ill gives any

college - ; I I bj i tance to pul tfi a

i useful and good-looking
wardrobe of separates madi
i lallj for her out of matei iaJ aj
her own choosing. And this brings
to mind 1h<- very knowing hands
of our own Miss Irene, whose way

.•.ni. i utting and flttlni makes us
■■.-. i h we could wear the things she's
dotW i"' UI, labf] side oulside.
A skirt ... an odd Jacket . . .
i dresi for football week-
end he'U m;ike ihem from your
ov ii de ir.ii in hers. Ami frankly
we haven't had It so good since the
Hatl le I 'aj ni gie ull we bole out of
the wholesale house our lasl yeaj
in New York. You may call her for
.hi .in tmi 04 ft) 224-W.

The Big Clothes Line is justly
proitd of iis new collection, ot skirts.

A ',.■! if li> I 'liu nice Walsh COUK'S
in authenlic clan palids. A wrap-
around faslened with kilt-like
buckles has a deep green and navy
il.Mi] wllh a tine red overstripe.

Another flu sly plaid skirt has
iv.ii patch pockets in front. Box
plea! , uiii'M ssed in this case, circle
a wide skirt with a high snug waist-
band in more of the dark-tone
plaids I hie house seems to like.
i lie e i ii i" iin at $14.95 but a
feel ol the goods and you"ll know
thi ■'" worth evary penny of it.

Also by Florence Walsh. Also
plaid. Bermuda length shorts made
out of nylon that looks and feels
like light-weight wool. We're par-
ticularly taken by these because
of their weight, which is light and
implicitly, and because like every-
thing else nylon they will wash
withoui shrinking. Blghj dollars

and ninty-five cents buys youi
choice of Royal Stuart, Black
Watch or second-cousin to the
plaid idea- Imp tatter6&D Checks iii



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red



Another particular favorite of
the I .lothe I m iw i ■■ jackets

and skirts and slacks thai should
live up to the lasting reputation
ol .i pul i>i leans, while doubling
the Bgure-flattery of that indes-
1 1 in table - tuff. These come In either
trainman's black or a sort of taupy-
beigo, make a mackintosh jacket
lined hi cotton flannel . . . straight
frontier pants ... a mile-wide skirt

tati bed with a canvas belt.

a nunc dandied-up otf-shoot ol

the canvas idea does a rib-hugging

..i m i ap-around skirt in

blue, Are-red or green. The

tarts around -$8.95 for a

sfciit,

JlaYim that looks and feels like
line grej flannel and co-t

anothei killer-dillai id) a
i en 'I bis matei lal I supposedly
ci easing and
rumpling (which is more than you
e iivecaee Sauna)
skli i ' and looks pai ticulai ly fine,
we think, In the sorl of little classic
dress thai college girls
live m wi ■

The "i" - w e saw hid theUj tiny
price ($17,951 behind n<

and tlnj white pique touches - , -

i qvei play their
usefulness. The same erease-resist-
.'ii! kind of grey stuff makes a

. : '

up over i he midriff and is finished

off with a 1 1 -' ■ i pea. k smoked

1 his Is one of the

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and i" prove U

i I] as ii looks In 'he hand

and even « Ith our
mooth as
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ONE OUT OF FIVE FAMILIES
IN NEW JERSEY LOOKING
FOR NEW PLACE TO LIVE



looking for othf



quai t



Mian one out of every live

in ihe stale would like t->

find another place to live Thiv was

the finding when New Jersey Poll



cently put the fol-
towing question to

sei tion of New
Jei si y i esidents:
pou look-
ing right now for

other place




the



22 .



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Home renters
Home owners

■ i ion \\ 1th theli


and oldei . least
tetween 21 and 39

The vote by aye groups:

(09i Ti). ,
30- u years

■ Ider

Interestingly, satisfaction with
their present living quarters Is just



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BAILEY'S

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he larger the
ty, the greater

seeking other living



ulan
throws fvn t tiet light
conditions in the state.

To begii
size of the
i he I- i poi

For example, three out of every

biggest cities: (Newark, Trenton,
Jersey City. Elizabeth: Camden,
and Paterson) interviewed in to-
day's survej saj they are looking
for other places to live.

And neai iy as high a pr<
of those living in cities and towns
with populations between 25,000
and 100,000 say the same thing,
whereas in communities with popu-
lation.- between 2,500 and 25.000,
the proportion is somewhat smaller
— about one in everj five.



in the state saj iiu-> would find
it moi e convenient If i hey could
hm e theii cars inspa ted at night
This was the finding when

epo entlj

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roups representative cross-section ol New
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ally find



Would



daytime?"
The results



have

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In



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tha



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25,000 - 99,999 26 74

2,500 - 24,999 19 81

Rural areas 12 88

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pears to be much more of a prob-
lem to home renters than it is to
home owners

More than twice as many home
tenters than home owners say they



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SPORTS ffl SHORT

- Continued from Page 10
but at the moment the veteran
Dick Pivirotto is ihe pick to re-
place Billy Kleinsasser and I?ob
Unger in this role.

1 < i publication's all-Ameri-
can defensive platoon lists Brad
Glass-fel one of the guard positions
for 1951. The 202-pound national

II.- ilc ■■■. i . - ; Im- rli.iimih.n

i one of two juniors to be selected
in .!'!■. an< e for such honors.

Dick Kazmaier, Ail-American last
Fall, isn't figured by this maga-
/ii.i to i epeal (although Stanley
Woodward calls him the best back
.i: the i-'.' t.) Whatever he achieves^
i. :. ■■.■ il Ii.im to work even harder
for it than he did last year, over-
coming the dual handicap of less

. mi. i d players on his own

team and being marked as public
No. 1 by the opposition.

All Stars to Play This Saturday.
Softball will be served up with
class, color and quantity Saturday
afternoon on University Field. Guys
and girls, the very best of Prince-
ton'* highly successful softball sea-
son, will display their talents in
the second annual all-star benefit
tt ipleheader.

The B League all-stars and the
championship Post Offiee Social
Club will open the program at 1.
This contest will be followed by a
tussle between the all-star squad
from the girls' league and Kings
Inn, title winner of that circuit
The A League all-stars and the
Phantoms, the real cream of
Princeton softball, will provide the
finale.

Proceeds will be used to benefit
players injured in the leagues dur-
ing the season.

Swinnerton's Surprises. The play-
off berths in the girls' softball
league were determined during the
past week at the final games of
the regular schedule were held.
Biggest surprise is Swinnerton's
Sluggers, who upset two of the cir-
cuit's toughest teams to climb into
the fourth place playoff spot.

The other three playoff teams
are Kings Inn, Andy's Tavern and
the Eagles. Kings Inn will be pair-
ed With the Eagles in the three-
game semi-finals, and Andy's will

The Sluggers' hopes for a playoff
berth were dashed earlier when
they were blanked by Coan's Club-
bers, 6-0. But they rebounded to
i i second-place Andy's, 7-2, and
then Ihe Eagles, 7-1, to move a full
game past Coan's.

Swinnerton's got an assist from
[nn when the league champs
crushed Coan's, 13-2. In other final
. imes, ETS won its fifth straight,
Cramer Motors, and the
Eagles and Cousins battled to a 3-3
tie. The outcome of this tie game

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would have no bearing on the play-
off positions.
Standing of the league:

W. L.

•Kings Inn 13 1

•Andy's Tavern 10 4

Eagles 8 " 5

•Swinnerton's 7 7

•Coan's Clubbers 6 8

•ETS 5 9

Cousins 3 10

•Cramer Motors 3 11
•Completed regular schedule.

Phantoms Advance. The Phan-
toms, after winning the regular
season championship, have ad-
\anced to the playoff finals in the



Eagles' community A softball
league by whipping the Vet Taxi
in two straight games.

In the five-game finals, the Phan-
toms will meet the winner of the
i ubbc-i game of the first round ser-
ies between Pete's A. C. and Jug-
town C. C. Pete's took the opener,
10-3. but Jugtown rallied behind
the clutch pitching of Jack Lucey
to win the second game, 6-4.

The Phantoms had to overcome
an 8-2 deficit to beat Vet Taxi 10-9
in their second game. Sherman
Bates, the ace of the Phantoms
pitching staff, checked Vet Taxi in
relief and received credit for the

In the B league, the Post Office
Social Club and RCA advanced to
the finals. Post Office thumped ETS
1 for the second straight time, 12-3,
on Tuesday, Jack Sweeney for the
Post Office and Fred Bauer for
ETS 1 connected for home runs.

RCA made it two straight over
ETS 2 by a 5-1 score. The final ser-
ies should be an interesting pitch-
ing duel between Post Office's Huck
McCreedy and RCA's Tom Collins.



Sharp Shooting. Winning all of
its 11 rnatehes during the season,
the Pistol Team of the Citizens'
Rifle and Revolver Club, headquar-
tered on the Princeton-Hightstown
Road, captured the championship
of the Raritan Valley Pistol League.
William C. Wilkinson of Princeton
is a member of the seven-man
squad that set a new league record
with its marksmanship.

The Citizens' Club has one of the
largest and best equipped target
ranges in the state. It has over 100
members, principally from the Mer-
cer County area. H. Clifford Allen
of Princeton is the club's secretary.



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In Piscataway Township, lunch-
stand operator Wallet P:

i Mi.it the traditional be-
lief about the customer always b»-
ins right can be carried too far.
Asked by one to sell him a pack of
"and be quick about it,"'
i Mi the <ale and a
tooth when hit on the jaw.

In Trenton, Albeit I

va|ued hU modesty at more than
-i.::'h A burglai who h

ii h fi "in hi- home ■
into the ntghl wh-n the vl

■■ ult, bi oka nil the chase

In Irvington, Carl Muiin, man-

iany, found

ill! n: Mi- ■' :iii\ when they told
him th. \ wanted to "take out" a
loan. As he moved toward the

cashier's cage to get the m y,

they jabbed a pistol in his ribs
and took out $1,810.

In Trenton, one man was knock-
ed unconsc , and her had a

whiskey bottle broken over his

head, I ■■ i woman

wound UP in jail by the time an
argument had ended ft had sl irt-
ed be< ause two i ai - bum]



In New Brunswick, Ml

■ ii has leai ned not to 'put
her pocketbodk on her cai run-
ning board and leave it there

v. lull .ii Evlng down the h

Lasl nine she did it, it fell ofl and

was tost with $6,000 Inside.



Ished when s jui j , hei

that much against the

an automobile that had
Jiit him, found him (p bt the guilt}
one and ordered ftim to pay $40
for damage to the car.

In Parsippany, delighted imi-
i .'■ benefitting from the in-

struction offered in one of the
high si I-" .i' i inn-' popular clubs:
:; training course for babj sitte] s
One of the primary points made by
the teackei was thai a job caring
for child i en wasn'1 merely a
chance to be paid for watching

In Jersey City, Anthony Pistre-
thea found it pays to obey orders.
Told by an aimed robber to raise
his hands, he did so without stop-
ping to put down the mop with
which he had been cleaning his
restaurant floor. The bandit took
. ne look at the mop poised above
iiis head and ran.



1


i Rahway, advar


ce billing for




iieus scheduled


to open next


da\


was strictlj a c




A


200-pound beat


escaped from


his


trainers and kepi


scores of pei -




watching for n


ore than two


hoi


rs while he defied effort? to


gel


hi in down out of


a tree.



NEWS OF THE THEATRES

—Continued from Page 8

WAC (Nancy Olson). The battle



ake i



thwhile



THE GARDEN

Tarzan's Peril (Fri.-SaU is stric-
tly for the younger element, as
mUBCulai Lex Barker swings his
way from tree to tree, journeys
over waterfalls and ceaselessly
rights villains of varying kinds.
Eventually, he wins his battle
against gun-runners trying lo pro-
mote a good-sized war between two
jungle tribes.

No Questions Asked I Mon.-Tues.)'



has little



than flashes



rough action to alleviate the bore-
dom caused by the utterly routine
gangster story and trite dialogue.
Barry Sullivan is cast as the lawyer
for an insurance company who be-

comes entangled with thieves;

Ailene Dahl as the gal who leads
■ I ay, and Jean Hagen as
the lavs who is faithful to him.

The Prince Who Was a Thief
(Wed.-Thuis ,) is a royally-born
tad who was kidnapped by thieves
and seeks to regain his rightful
heritage. Palace>, villains, sword-
play, dancing girls all are enhanced
by the Technicolor



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Old-fa. hioned 2, 3 or 4 roil style, amoi-

plcltel, and hurdle itylfll alio. Viiit our
or telephone Princeton 3201.

ROSEDALE
NURSERY

262 ALEXANDER ST., PRINCETON, N i.
Alto Gordon Toot Hount
• nd Outdoor furniture



Calendar of the Week



Softball Leagu



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beige Venetian covert — it
charged with all th>- tine tailoring
we like to see dniped mi our men
young or older.

What pleases our critli
budget -wise eyes even nunc, it's
only $34.50. Could the Prep Shop
tell Brooks?



Office Social I



"A" League Alt-Stars vs. Phantoms;
University Field

00 p m Free feature movies, spon-
sorship Princeton Business Associ-
ation; Parish House. Wltherspoon
Presbyterian Church



'30 a.m.: "The Face That Thrills."
Rev Mr Milton J Nauss; Lutheran
Service of Worship; Chapel. West-
minster Choir College.
:00 am ; Morning Prayer and Ser-
mon. Rev Mi Robert N Smvlh,
Trinity Episcopal Church, Rocky

"Mom, m Lesson-Sermon; First Church
Of Ch-ist. Scientist

"The Concern of the Gospel." Rev.
Mr. Roland F. ChandU'i , Princeton
Baptist Church at Penns Neck.



Sermon. Rev Dr. Willi
First Baptist Church



Ti -lmt.\ Eptsco-



Brnok Meeti.



Meeting for Woishu



Goal," Rev



Task and Tomoi



Charles W Ma



Methodist Chun



"Art Evening Watcl



Sermon. Rev Mr. Jc
?ah A ME Church



of Christ, Sclentis
Monday, September
: Monthly Meetini



Meeting of Bo:



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