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These articles were published in U.S. 1 Newspaper on August 18,

1999. All rights reserved.

Graphco Technologies: Christian Ivanescu

Graphco Technologies Inc., 850 Bear Tavern Road,

Suite 302, Mountain View Office Park, West Trenton 08628. Cristian

Ivanescu, president. Home page: http://www.graphcotech.com.

After three years Christian Ivanescu closed down this location; his

firm sold automated productivity enhancement tools — both hardware

and software — for assembly lines. He has a post office box address in New Hope, a sales office at the World Trade

Center, and has just opened an R&D center in Romania.

U.S. 1 wrote about his artificial intelligence tools on April 24,

1996, and at that time the firm had a $750,000 credit line from UJB

Financial (now Summit Bancorp) and had plans to hire 40 to 50

engineers

by the end of the year — many from Ivanescu’s home country of

Romania — and go public.

Ivanescu had founded the firm in 1993 for training and consulting

services and reorganized it in 1995 to reflect its new status as a

provider of hardware and software. His products’ users included

Sumitomo

Sitix Silicon, National Semiconductor, Harris Semiconductor, Allied

Signal Aerospace, Thermco Systems, and other semiconductor

manufacturers

in Israel — but, he admitted, some of these clients were working

on a barter basis, trading outdated manufacturing equipment for the

product. Ivanescu sold this equipment in eastern Europe.

Bell Atlantic Federal Integrated Solutions, 550

Pinetown Road, Suite 270, Fort Washington 19034. Michelle Fleisher,

director human resources and project support. 800-327-8412; fax,

215-619-2398.

Bell Atlantic closed its 50-person commercial office, formerly known

as Bell Atlantic Professional Services, and moved to Fort Washington,

where it works on government contracts.

Franchise Capital Services, 9-B Auer Court, East

Brunswick 08816. Ryan Linsky, regional sales manager. 732-651-9800;

fax, 732-651-9828.

This franchise financing company, specializing in fast foods, changed

its affiliation and moved from Witherspoon Street to East Brunswick.

It has been Franchise Mortgage Acceptance Company, based in Greenwich,

Connecticut, and now it has a new name and is based in Westchester.

Ocean Science and Technology, 186

Princeton-Hightstown

Road, Cranbury 08512.

The oceanographic research company has closed its office here and

has no listed telephone in the area.

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Accountants on Call, 125 Village Boulevard, Suite

240, Princeton 08540. Ted Fitzgerald, area manager. 609-452-7117;

fax, 732-494-4386. Home page: http://www.aocnet.com.

The financial staffing agency is expanding within Forrestal Village,

from Main Street to Village Boulevard. The agency specializes in

financial

services and is one of 88 offices nationwide.

Globsyn Technologies Inc., 666 Plainsboro Road,

Suite 1126, Plainsboro 08536. Sambarta Ghosh, business development

manager. 609-936-1683; fax, 609-936-1107. Home page:

http://www.globsyn.com.

This software development company, a fully owned subsidiary of a

Calcutta,

India-based company of the same name, has moved from Independence

Way to Plainsboro Road. This serves as the company’s U.S.

marketing

headquarters, says Sambarta Ghosh, and has about 15 employees mainly

working as consultants.

ITAP International, 268 Wall Street, Princeton

08540. John W. Bing, president. 609-921-1446; fax, 609-924-7946.

The international management consulting firm changed buildings within

Research Park. It does cross-cultural training and consulting and

global team building. Soon it will have a new web page:

http://www.itapinc.com.

Kumon Math & Reading Center, 329

Princeton-Hightstown

Road, Princeton Junction 08550. Mindy Chu. 609-426-4488; fax,

908-281-5755.

Mindy Chu moved her tutoring franchise from 379 Princeton-Hightstown

Road to 600-foot building that has just been remodeled.

Ricasoli & Santin Contracting Co., 4 Frontdale

Avenue, Mercerville 08619. Louis Santin, partner. 609-588-9539; fax,

609-588-6848.

The building construction company has moved from its Route 33 location

to 4 Frontdale Avenue in Mercerville.

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Church & Dwight Co. Inc. (CHD), 469 North Harrison

Street, CN 5297, Princeton 08543-5297. Robert A. Davies III, president

and CEO. 609-683-5900; fax, 609-497-7177. Home page: http://www.armhammer.com

A two for one stock split was announced on July 29, the first such

split in 13 years. The quarterly dividend will be seven cents per

share on the split stock.

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Princeton X-Ray Laser Inc., 1 Deer Park Drive,

Princeton Corporate Plaza Suite H, Monmouth Junction 08852. Ada

Suckewer,

president. 732-329-0505; fax, 732-329-8334.

Princeton X-Ray Laser Inc. has vacated its space at Princeton

Corporate

Plaza and moved to an unpublished address in Princeton. Its projects

included an optically driven and controlled X-ray source and a soft

X-ray imaging microscope diffraction plate. Knite Inc. occupies this

space now.

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International Schools Services, 15 Roszel Road,

Box 5910, Princeton 08543. John M. Nicklas, president. 609-452-0990;

fax, 609-452-2690.

John M. Nicklas has replaced Bill Davison as president of this

80-member

service organization for the international educational community.

Desiree Bryant is in charge of human resources.

Mercer County Bar Association, 1245

Whitehorse-Mercerville

Road, Suite 420, Mercerville 08619-3894. Francine Kowalczyk, executive

director. 609-585-6200; fax, 609-585-5537. Home page:

http://www.mercerbar.com

Francine Kowalczyk, a Roebling resident, is the new executive director

of the Mercer County Bar Association and treasurer of the Mercer

County

Bar Foundation. Kowalczyk was formerly the administrator for Parents

Anonymous Inc.

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Deaths

Samuel H. Driver, 72, on August 7. He retired from

Educational

Testing Service and worked at Rider College.

Carol Ann Mullen, 40, and Russell H. Mullen Jr.,

43, on August 8, from injuries sustained in an auto accident. She

was assistant director of policy development at the New Jersey

Hospital

Association and he was assistant director of budget and management

for the state treasury department.

Willis E. Applegate, 57, on August 9. He owned Willis

Applegate Farms and Applegate Trucking of Cranbury.

Willis E. Applegate, 57, on August 9. He owned Willis

Applegate Farms and Applegate Trucking of Cranbury.

Milton L. Ames Jr., 50, on August 9. He worked with

Prudential

Securities.

Helen Neuman Berger 62, on August 11. She founded a

personnel

recruiting firm, H. Neuman Associates.

William Lamb, 75, on August 11. He worked with the

municipal

government of Rocky Hill and was a charter member of the Society for

the Preservation and Encouragement of Barber Shop Quartet Singing

in America (SPEBSQSA).

Al A. Hammer III, 48, on August 11. He was a CAD/CAM

designer

at Lucent Technologies.

Rosalie Santolli Pratt, 64, on August 14. She was head

librarian at West Windsor-Plainsboro High School.


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