The Central New Jersey Home News from New Brunswick, New Jersey on June 7, 1964 · 38
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33 THE SUNDAY HOME NEWS NEW BRUNSWICK. N.J.. SUNDAY. JUNE 7. 1964 Real Estate Sales in Twin-County Area By ANDY LANG AP Newsfeatures QUESTION: I am a physician who gets his relaxation from do-it-yourself activities. Perhaps jou can help me with a repair project I hope to get to one of these days. The flat roof of our garage is covered with roll roofing. In one corner, there is a section about 3 feet by 5 feet which appears to be dried out and has a number of blisters in it. I feel, that it is only a question of time before a leak develops there. How do I make a satisfactory patch? ANSWER: You are wise to repair the damaged area before any leak occurs. A little surgery is in order. Using a sharp knife, cut out a rectangular piece of the roofing around the trouble spot. Do not cut deeply ; just enough to take off the top layer of roofing felt. Now do ihe same thing with the next layer of felt, except this time cut out a smaller rectangle than previously. Most roofs have three cr four such layers. Next, spread roofing cement over the area and press down a patch of new felt. Spread more cement over the patch, then place a larger patch of felt on top of that, once again pressing it down firmly but not roughly. Drive roofing nails around the edges of the last patch. The final step is to spread cement generously around the edges, being sure that all nailheads are well covered. Questions of general interest will be answered in this column. Because of the large voi-ume of mail, individual correspondence can not be undertaken. PAINTING REMINDER Always remember to replace the lid on a can of paint after you have finished painting, says the National Paint, Varnish & Lacquer Association. If the can should then be accidentally tipped over, the paint will not be spilled. Also the remainder of the paint will be fresh for the next time it is used. NO PAIN! NO STRAIN! Just push thf button an drive richt in! rerma-Powrr oprns . . . and closes your ffaraRe door automatical! Works from 50 feet. Automatically controls -raire light, too! Operates any residential track-Kuided (faraffc door up to 20 feet wide and ft high. OP RATIONAL FEATl RFS; when button is pressed, door automatically opens and light 1 turned on. Poor automatically locks securely Door can be stopped In travel by push button or if obstacle Is encountered. Sensitive safety clutch. Wall mounted push button in rarage. Coded channel in each radio control provides operation free from Interference from adjacent Installation. PFRMA-POWFR, TOP-RATED GARAGE DOOR OPLXE-R ALL TRANSISTORIZED AND RADIO-CONTROLLED . V.:. VO. JS r"""i v T s. r ' DO IT YOURSELF COMPLETE E-Z TO FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS Installations arranged QS from 45.00 " ' RUTGERS 0VERD00R & OPERATOR CO. 2090 WOODBRIDGE AVE. CH 7-8383 EDISON DUNELLEN Two-family frame two story with seven rooms on lot 55 by 155 feet at 223 S. Washington Ave., having a three-room apartment on the first floor and a four-room apartment upstairs, from Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gruszecki to Robert J. Meyers, shop layout man for David S. Myers, Inc. of Scotch Plains, and liis wife Catherine. Broker was the Berg Agency of Dunellen with William Cleary, salesman. EAST BRUNSWICK New seven-room frame split level on lot 75 by 100 feet at 10 Sandford Road, Old Bridge, from the Johnstowne Building Corp. of Clifton, builder, to Martin Valania, single, chemical engineer for the Du Pont Co. in Parlin. Broker was the David B. Marshall Co. of 524 Route 18, with John P. Strapp, salesman. New eight-room frame split level on lot 100 by 150 feet at 28 Flagler St., from Marjo Builders Inc. of 20 Donald Road, builder, to J. Carlton Ball, supervisor for the National Can Co. of Edison, and his wife Pattye. Broker was the Middlesex Realty Co. of North Brunswick. Nine-room frame and brick contemporary split level on irregular lot with five sides of about 125, 24, 145, 140 and 160 feet at 39 Whitehall Road, Lawrence Brook Village, from Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Cathell to Robert K. Caulk Jr., sales representative for the IBM Corp. in New York, and his wife K. Geraldine. Broker was Louis Barrood of New Brunswick, with David P. Barrood, associate broker, making the sale. Eight-room frame Cape Cod on lot 75 by 133 feet at 6 Eggers St., from Mr. and Mrs. Gene Blake to Harry Botnick, owner of Shore Fruit produce market on Route 18, and his wife Mary. Listing broker was William F. Cox of New Brunswick and selling broker was the J. Di Leo Agency of Stelton with Arthur L. Lago-witz, salesman. New seven-room frame split level on lot 110 by 144 feet at 15 Clearview Road, Echo Woods, from Echo Woods, Inc. of Spots-wood, builder, to James J. Napoleon, electronic engineer for RCA in Harrison, and his wife Michelina. Broker was Patron-Foster Associates of Spotswood with Mrs. Dorothy Patron making the sale. New seven-room frame split level on lot 75 by 125 feet at 12 Clinton Court, Glen Hill, from the Johnstowne Building Corp. of Clifton, builder, to James Lyndes, assistant account executive for Young & Rubicam of New York, and his wife Beverly. Broker was the David B. Marshall Co. of 524 Route 18 with Tom Dunfee, sales manager, making the sale. EDISON Eight-room frame ranch on irregular lot about 135 by 155 feet at 34 Williams Road, Stephensville, from Mr. and Mrs. Phillip L. Tomalin to John P. Hickey Jr., engineer for the Firemen Mutual Insurance Co. of New York, and his wife Mary. Listing broker was Bernice D. Herb of Metuchen and selling broker was the Schenck Agency of Metuchen with Vv'il-Dunfee, sales manager making the sale. Six-room frame Cape Cod on lot 50 by 100 feet at 62 Wayne St., Nixon, from Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Collins of West Wareham, Mass., to Raymond Taylor, truck driver for Appliance Delivery Service of Irvington, and his wife Irene. Broker was L & M Realty of 237 Plaintield Ave. with Nicholas R. Monte Jr. making the sale. Five-room frame ranch with aluminum siding on lot 50 by 100 feet at 1992 Woodbridge Ave., Nixon, from Mrs. Margaret Sabo, JUST 8 LEFT! E DUNELLEN AREA Just 3 Min. from Dunellen R.R. Station! 9-R00i FROM ROOM RANCHES B!-LEVELS ("v) s17,990 10 DOWN FOR ALL! No, you're not seeing things! Glenn Gary Estates will deliver a big, beautiful, solidly-built home in "most desired" Piseataway Township on the Dunellen line for less than $18,000! In a fine residential neighborhood, every lot (100 ft. front & larger) is fully improved with city sewers, city water, curbs and sidewalks. Near schools, shopping, transportation. One note of warning: There are only a limited number of homes in this grouping, and these are certain to go fast at this price. So we urge the serious homebuyer to move fast. GLENN GARY ESTATES GRANT AVE., P1SCATAWAY TWP., N.J. DIRECTIONS: Route 287 to Washington Ave. (Piseataway) exit; turn west (toward Dunellen) to Stelton Rd.; left and proceed to end (William St.); left to Central Ave.; right one block to Dryden St.; right one block to Grant Ave.; left to models. The Berg Agency LI 8-5700 968-0500 Model: PL 2-6673 BEAUTY SHOP, HOUSE SOLD METUCHEN - The two-story Colonial dwelling at 19 Center St., which has the Eva Hutchins Beauty Salon on the first floor and a four-room apartment upstairs, has been sold by George B. Hitchins andy his wife Eva of Grove Avenue to Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Di Lorenzo. The dwelling is on a lot 38 by 100 feet. It has a large room on the first floor which Mrs. Hutchins used as a salon, also a smaller room and half bath. Di Lorenzo is manager of The Oaks, Inc. at Middletown, a hotel and restaurant. His wife Nancy will run the beauty parlor and the couple will live in the apartment upstairs. Title was closed May 26, with W. F. Kantra, Inc. of 329 Main St. as broker and William F. Caruso, sales manager, making the sale. TOLL OF FIRES A fire starts every 15 seconds somewhere in the U. S.; a person dies in a fire about every 45 minutes; and each year more than 11,000 persons perish in fire, report home protection authorities at Allied Chemical's Barrett Division They point out that this is one reason fire retard ant materials, such as asbestoscement siding, gypsum wallboard and heavyweight asphalt shingles, are growing in popularity. jrour Reasons PooL ABOVE GROUND CALIFORNIA REDWOOD Jooid wimmutcj, xcliidiieiij, Oui'3 I! LIFETIME Structural Guarantee EXTRA Depth Gravity CENTER DRAIN PLUS UP TO 7-YEAR FINANCING ft FIRST PAYMENT NEXT YEAR FIT ANY YARD ANY BUDGET LOCK-UP LADDER (with keys) 4" STEEL CHANNEL FRAME EXCLUSIVE DISTRIBUTORS OF inn I fa m IN YOUR LOCAL AREA VISIT WRITE PHONE Call Saturday and Sunday Call LI 8-5700 ?? caion5 pooh 22 Center St., Metuchen, N.J. widow, to Robert McAnnaney, IBM tabulator operator for the McGraw Hill Publishing Co. of Hightstown, and his wife Lydia. Broker was the Dorothy Dufault Agency of Metuchen with Mrs, Dorothy Myslinski, saleswoman. Four-room frame Cape Cod on lot 50 by 100 feet at 35 Violet Place, Nixon, from Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kimball to Walter Sorokach, material handler for the Harris Structural Steel Co. of New Market, and his wife Dorothy. Broker was the J. J. Laufer Agency of Highland Park with Vincent D'Oonofrio, salesman. FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP Eight-room frame split level on lot 100 by 100 feet at 11 Apple-man Road, Cedar Hills, from Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Rhodes to William G. Hedberg, data system director for the American Can Co. of New York, and his wife Waneta. Broker was Louis Barrood of New Brunswick with Phillip W. Barrood, associate broker, making the sale. HELMETTA Five-room frame ranch on lot 75 by 90 feet at 22 Baker Drive, from Mr. and Mrs. Karl Borghaus of 33 Baker Drive to James Cobb, operator for Cary Chemicals of East Brunswick, and his wife Carol. Broker was the Bob Grimm Agency of East Brunswick. HIGHLAND PARK Seven-room frame split level on lot 77 by 100 feet at 150 Montgomery St., from Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Green to Dr. Ronald R. Sauers, assistant professor in the Chemistry Department at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, and his wife Carol. Broker was the J. J. Laufer Agency of 309 Raritan Ave. with Mrs. Betty Doyon, saleswoman. MADISON TOWNSHIP New six-room frame ranch on lot 75 by 100 feet at 99 Austin Ave., Old Bridge, from Maglies & Ludwig of Spotswood, builder, to Joseph E. Goode, driver for the Morrison Steel Co. of New j Brunswick, and his wife Joan. Broker was the Bob Grimm i Agency of East Brunswick with Al Pierce, salesman. Five-room frame Cape Cod on lot 50 by 102 feet at 17 Jupiter Court, Central Park, from Mr. and Mrs. William Summerer to Donald Gesek, truck driver for Anchor Motor Freight of Linden, and his wife Joan. Broker was the Berg Agency of Parlin with Louis B. Blaszka, salesman. Seven-room frame Colonial split level on lot with five sides of 45, 180, 77, 178 and 147 feet at 13 Diana Court, Central Park, from Mr. and Mrs. Salvatore Guzzo to Harold Bishop, expeditor for the Blue Line, Inc. of Newark, and his wife Susan Broker was the Berg Agency of Parlin with George Hoberman, salesman. METUCHEN Five-room frame two story on lot 30 by 148 feet at 28 Charles St., from Mr. and Mrs. John Downey to Reese Clark, shipping clerk for Revlon, Inc. of Edison, and his wife Sandra. Listing broker was the Dorothy Dufault Agency of 456 Middlesex Ave. and selling broker was the Wick Agency of Fords with Jack Lewis, salesman. MIDDLESEX BOROUGH Five-room frame ranch on lot 60 by 100 feet at 13 Louis Ave., from Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Meyers to David Bourque, typing teacher in Plainfield High School, and his wife Joan. Broker was the Berg Agency of Dunellen with Joseph Ortepio, salesman. NORTH BRUNSWICK Four-room frame Cape Cod with stucco and aluminum siding on lot 85 by 101 feet at 1 Parkway, from Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Heinzman to Frank Mazzeo, mail carrier at the Franklin Post Office, and his wife Lydia. Broker was the Fleming-McLoughlin Agency of 900 Livingston Ave. with Mrs. Edward Knof, saleswoman. PERTH AMBOY Seven-room frame split level on lot 60 by 100 feet at 848 Forbes Ave., Eagle Rock, from Mr. and Mrs. Michael Mitrosky to Ralph Cafro, truck driver for the Essex Hauling Co. of Newark, and his wife Diana. Broker was Fireside Realty, Inc. of Iselii with Mrs. Rose Perillard, saleswoman. PISCATAWAY TOWNSHIP Eight-room frame Colonial on lot 100 by 100 feet at 157 Mountain Ave., New Market, from Mr. and Mrs. Stewart G. Fry to Louis E. Knueppel, stock handler for the Air Reduction Sales Co. of Union, and his wife Catherine. Broker was the Reinfeld Realty Co. of Dunellen with Frank Berardo, salesman. SOUTH BRUNSWICK Two-family frame l'i-story semi ranch with nine rooms on l'i-acre lot at the corner of Riva Avenue and Georges Road, from Mrs. Anna Dzinkowski, widow, to Dr. Joseph Henne, Seventh Day Adventist minister of the Trenton Diocese, and his wife Gizella. Broker was the Rose Pappidas Agency o East Brunswick with Mrs. Rose Pappidas making the sale. SPOTSWOOD Seven-room frame split level on lot 100 by 112 feet at 18 Eaton Ave., from Mr. and Mrs. Adam Zielmski to Raymond Paprota, laboratory tester at the Schweitzer plant on Main Street, and his wife Mary. Broker was Patron-Foster Associates of 560 Mam St. with Howard Wells and William Seckinger. salesmen. Seven-room frame ranch on lot 100 by 100 feet at 49 Fernhead Ave., from Mr. and Mrs. David Saloom to Jack McNeil, lithographer for the Lithographic Plate & Negative Service of South River, and his wife Lee. Broker was the Mid-Jersey Realty Co. or Milltown with John Frankosky, salesman. . Si serv (e 1170 RARITAN AVE. CH 9-3542 HIGHLAND PARK MIRRORS-Largest Selection in Central Jersey STORE FRONT CONSTRUCTION WINDOW GLASS - AUTO GLASS - FURNITURE TOPS JOHN YOUNG JACOB YOUNG f HURRY! HURRY! O-N L-Y A FEW LEFT IN OUR 1st SECTION "A DISTINCTIVE HOME COMMUNITY" PEM SOON 2s:d Sect SCSI : Pur I 288 'J THE AMHERST" BI-LEVEL AT "AMHERST ESTATES" (Ranches & Bi-Levels) Amherst & Hollander Streets South River s 19.990 IMAGINE ALL THIS FOR AN UNBELIEVABLE LOW PRICE . . 3-4 Large Bedrooms scientific kitchen built-in oven & rangt painted walls American-standard bathroom fixtures in color large vanities k mirror in bath full ceramic tile in bath genuine oak floors full choice of colors full insulation full cedar shakes wind-seal roof shingles P 3 IJ ' Amkrf 7 Etas Colonial design available wood double-hung windows w. aluminum weather stripping many extras to choose from fine quality throughout full landscaping done by professionals shrubs provided blacktop driveway sidewalks, curbs, road paving, sewers, water storm sewers all in and paid for custom building available MODELS OPEN SAT. & SUN. 1 to 5 P.M. Model Phone 257-6378 ABLE AGENCY Exclusive Sales Agcy. 388-5020 A. Giacobbe and Sons custom builders Member of the Homebuilders Assoc. ol Raritan Valley. r FIRST ANNOUNCEMENT OOIEl (FULL BEDROOM) luxury apartment ...in the most luxurious apartment house in the area. If you haven't seen Park Lane you've probably read about it. If you have seen Park Lane you know what a tremendous bargain this is. Think of the money you'll save. And, since money isn't everything, think of all the luxuries you'll be enjoying-. All these extra luxuries are available to you at no more than- you'd expect to pay for an ordinary garden-type apartment! New Brunswick's most beautiful setting, adjoining 78-acre Buccleuch Park's gardens, tennis courts, ball fields and play areas. Near the Rutgers campus, overlooking the broad Earitan River and riverside Johnson Park. The luxury of a 9-story apartment building, one of the finest high-rise residences ever built in New Jersey. Large rooms. Typical : 23' living rooms, 18' bedrooms. Color-coordinated G.E. appliances including dishwashers and waste disposers. Private swimming pool, sundeck overlooking the park. The feeling of utter privacy, safety and security. An Intercom buzz release admits only welcome visitors. In addition to fireproof construction, the building has a sprinkler fire system . . . the only apartment residence in New Jersey to have this added protection. A dedicated management that provides prompt and courteous service, with two building managers on staff. The convenience of a bus stop right on your block. Free private parking. 30 minutes to Newark, 40 to Manhattan. For occupancy this Spring! ....... . lHllll,.. ' '4 3 N '4 s; a. nr ' v I -v ., 7i 3 L fc. .6 '- ' ' 4 DECORATED MODEL APARTMENTS TO SE! ONE AND TWO BEDROOM APARTMENTS AT LOW RENTALS! Park Lane Ipartmeuts 9-Story Luxury Apartment Building Landing Lane between George St. and Easton Ave, New Brunswick Renting and Management Agents: Brounell & Kramer Management Co. MUrdock 6-1S00 I FOR IMMEDIATE INFORMATION ON AVAILABILITIES. OR FOR FREE BROCHURE; CALL CHARTER 9-6222 )

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