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WESTFIELD — Firemen's Mutual Benevolent Association Local 30 is conducting its second annual food drive for needy residents of the town. Nonperishable food will be accepted at the firehouse, 405 North Ave. West, until 9 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 20. Food will be distributed for Christmas to those in need through area churches and civic organizations. Nearly 50 families in .Westfield received holiday meals through Local 30 last year. The local donated a turkey with each meal distributed nnd will do so again this year.

WESTFIELD — A 17-year-old high school student has been charged with all four bomb scares at the school. The charge was made after a bomb scare Wednesday shortly after noon Wednesday,


Detectives were on the scene when the threatening call was made to police headquarters. Police traced the cnll to a pay phone at the high school. Detective Ronald Allen apprehended the boy leaving the phone and further investigation determined he was responsible for the call. .

The first bomb scare was 1 p.m. Nov. 4. Students and faculty were evacuated from the school for about an hour while the police and fire departments investigated. Subsequent threats were made 9:03 a.m. Nov. 7 nnd 1:11 p.m. Nov. 10.

Detective Sergeant John Parizenu said the boy will be formally charged and will have to appear in juvenile court, "We are satisfied the investigation came to an end," ho said. "Too many times false alarms and especially thoso that are, intentionally mudo result in injuries to responding emergency


Santa Claus is coming Nov. 30 WESTFIELD—Snnta Claus will arrive in Westfield Nov, 30. The annual tree lighting ceremony will be held on 5 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 30 at the North Avenue train station. The Westfield Community, Band will entertain young and old alike with its repertoire of holiday tunes. Mayor Tom Jordim will welcome the laUendees and officially lig/it the Christmas Tree to mark the beginning of the holiday season. Santa will arrive on board a Westfield fire truck, greet each of the children and give them candy canes, courtesy of UNICO, an Italian fraternal organization. The community is invited to come and enjoy this traditional event, co-sponsored by the Westfield Area Chamber of Commerce and UNICO, with the cooperation of the Westfield Public Works, Fire and Police Departments and the Downtown Westfield Corporation.

Boy Scouts collecting food Watchung Area Council Boy Scouts, Webelos and Cub Scouts will participate in the council's annual "Scouting For Food" for the benefit of local food banks. This weekend Scouts will distribute specially marked bags to homes in their neighborhoods. Home owners are asked to fill the bags with nourishing, nonperishable, not-in-glass food products and then put them out for early pickup the following Saturday, Nov. 22. Scouts will return to get the bags and distribute them.

Alumni Association to meet Tuesday SCOTCH PLAINS — The Scotch PlninaFanwood High School Alumni Association will hold a meeting 7:'M) p.m. Tuesday in Room 101 nt SPFHS. For information call (908) 233-3829.

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Boy Scout scores Eagle Badge by building Scoreboard at park By-nNAOAMWNO ltECOltD-PHESH

FANWOOD — Ian Doebber has scored big v \vith the Boy Scouts. The ten-year scout achieved the rank of Eagle alter building n Scoreboard for Forest Road Park's baseball field. The construction of the Scoreboard satisfied the service project requirement for Eagle status. The Boy Scouts baa six ranks — Tenderfoot, Second Class, First Class, Star, Life nnd Eagle. "To obtain the rnnk of Eagle, a scout has to have earned 21 merit badges, covering subjects such as swimming and life saving, first aid nnd safety," explained Troop 33 Scoutmaster David Keeton who also achieved Engle status in tho scouts when he was a boy. "Then you have to hnvo served as a troop leader and then you have to do the service project nnd you liave to then Bubmit to a board of review of adults from the Watchung Area Council," he snid. "Once you've done thnt and been approved, then you arts honored with the rank of eagle," he added.

Mr. Keeton said less than two percent of all the boys who join the scouts make Engle, "Part of it is the project and part of it ia to show their ability to work and direct other people," Mr. Keeton said. "Ian is n vory nice young man. You couldn't ask for somebody to represent scouts better," Mr, Keeton. "He is good at teaching the younger kids," "The Boy Scouts nre one of tho few organizations that tries to encourage good citizenship in young men and teaches them outdoor skills while giving them opportunities for adventures they might otherwise not have while also teaching leadership, citizenship and responsibility," Mr. Keeton snid. The service project requires 60 hourg of labor find 15 hours of planning. The Scoreboard took 118.5 hours of labor in addition to the 15 hours of planning to construct. Ian said he worked on it during the weekends and after school from mid-summer to late October. The Scoreboard is a 20- foot, by 6-foot forest green board with white lettering and stands eight feet high. The board has 84 num-


ber blocks and 5 name plates for the different teams. The Scoreboard will bo used by the Fanwood Youth Organization Basebull League during the spring and the Men's Summer League. George Speer, chairman of the Fanwood Recreation Department, suggested the scoreboard idea to Ian. Ian said ho had a lot of fun working on the project. He said his father helped out it lot on it. "It just felt good to see something get accomplished weekend by weekend," he said. "I like working with tools and wood, something I can actually see, a physical project," Inn said. "I wanted to see something that would last for a long time." Unfortunately, the sign was vandulized with blue spray paint shortly after it was erected. Since he recently turned 18, Ian will become an assistant scoutmaster. Ian said he wants to attend college to become either a moch'anicfil or civil engineer. "The Boy Scouts hits meant responsibility and respect for the environment. It's tnught me camping and what I can do other than the regular routine of school

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Ian Doebber stands by the Scoreboard he built at Forest Road Park at his Eagle Scout project.


WEST-FIELD- The mayor will bo adding a now member to his private council. Mayor Tom Jardim and his wile Karen Fountain announced they fire expecting their first child May 22. "Wo nvu very happy, we thought IIIIH would be a f,'!>jj(l time in our lives to start our family bucaufte I will be nniHliing grnd school in December," Ma. Fountain naid. MM. Fountain will graduiite from tin; University of Medicine iwid Deatintry of New Jersey for Public Health, She rlirl field wnrk in India this past Hummer and plans to go into international health. "I feel {jronlJiiHt ti little tirctd/'shn snid. "I feel

lucky, I haven't had nny morning sickness, yet," The mayor and his wife are MIHO looking for a house, in town. - "Wo.stfield is a family town with it great education system nnd a wonderful nen.st: of community among tin.' re^idout^und w- are happy Unit wi! will be raising our children here," M.s. Fountain said. The mayor naiil ho his preparing for bin new job by reading mtverul pnreritinK books. "[ am really excited, we both lovo children," Mayor .lardim miid. "We both have been holding other people's children for a long time and we an; looking forward to holding our own," "We'd be happy with either a boy or a f,rirl," Ms. Fimnlfiin said. "Just UB IOIIJ; aH it's healthy and n Democrat,"

and everything elso," Ian said. "I learned how to trust myself on different occasions. Camping has become a big enjoyment for me to get away from the pressures of school mid also has introduced mo to other people nnd hiking, which I enjoy, "I felt that it was an accomplishment to HHOW what 1 can achieve by managing myself and pushing mysolf," he said, "My grandfather was im ICnglr.' and 1 feel thai it is a great honor," he added. "Not, everyone can say they nm an \ing\u Scout. It is im award to be held with pride,"

vehiclo personnel and other innocent people from needless motor vehicle aci'idonls." The boy was tnkon into cu.s- *, tody nnd ivleased to lii.s parents. "We really have no comment at this tinu\" Assistant Principal Krank Scott suid. "We are going to leave it to the police."

Neighbors still want to save old house By TINA CUAHINO KKt'OHD-l'UKSH

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WESTFIELD—A 130-year-old " house nmy bo abolished to build two new homos. Westfield Avenue residents spoke out once strain at last wook's Town Council meeting to save the house from the bulldozer of developers*. The house's fate will he determined by the pending application before tin* Planning Hoard. The npplicntion is to subdivide the 121-root, lot into two (iO- foot. lots. Tho house at. 6'Xi West field Ave. • Btrnddlos the proposed new lot. Tho subdivision WHS made, possible because of a zoning change! in the town's master plan drafted in 1991 and enacted in 1995. Undoi' the current /.ttning plan ' a 60-f'uot frontage subdivision is possible, but if tho original 70foot frontiige was still in effect, the 130-year-old home would remain standing. Residents claim dmnfjinK the zoning will change the character of the neighborhood. The neighborhood wiw zoned down bemuse of a cluster of homes on Summit and I'ai'k aAvenues which did not meet the 70-foot frontage and 10,000 square-foot standard, NO the entire neighborhood was mznnod to the fJO-foot frontage and H.O00 square foot size, . WKSUI«III Avenue resident Shelley Do John asked for a moratorium on fulure development until a decision wan made regarding the master plan. Thi! planning boiird i.s currently reviewing the mauler plan with an eye toward chitting some of these loop boles," Councilman Noil Sullivan said. Town Attorney Charles ft, Brandt explained that until that report i.s completed and forwarded to the council a moratorium can not happen because win In law prohibits them in zoning in utters.

Scotch PJalns-Fanwood High School DECA students Joff FeJghner, Paul Valenzano and Chris Dl Fablo meet with Sondra Clarks, prosfdent of the Block United Fund Community Center.

Students preparing Thanksgiving dinner SCOTCH PLAINS .Sluilenlu in tfie .Scotch I'laiiiHFnnwood llij;h School c h a p t e r nf DKCA lire p r e p a r i n g their seventh a n n u a l Thaiiksj;ivinj: Day dinner' for Imiiielcss aarl needy families. A hiiiiie-rortkcd tin key d i n n e r

with rill the trimming will In; nerved from norm-,'! p.m. Thur.Hday, Nov, 'A7 at the Mhick United Fund Community Center, 40!) W. Seventh SI,, J'luiiifield.

DKCA ineaiher.M will conk the meal and also prepare take-home dinners l o r n Her the holiday. Mori 1 tlmu |y0 people attended the dinncc last veilr, according to Jeffrey Fcitflmer, a DKOA member.

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'Grandfather' welcomed in Acapulco Acapulco and has organized various camthe weekend missed Mr. Lawrence in cen- laughing. The clothes will be distributed to the paigns to collect clothes and raise money tral Aeapulco. "There was just a lot of rain, but it has Salvation Army's Children Home, Marsh and awareness on behalf of the children. Home, Padre Angel Home for Boys, Padre Mr. Lawrence had also raised money to WESTFIELD—Mother Nature did not cleared and it's beautiful," he said. When Mr, Lawrence arrived in the air- Angel Home for Girls and the Acapulco build a new home for the children. stand in the way of Alfred Lawrence's labor Mr. Lawrence established an adopt-aport he was greeted by his "grandchildren" Children's Home. of( love. Mr. Lawrence said the number of chil- child program. Individuals can become a The 93-year-old man, who has become with flowers, a welcome song and of course, dren in the Acapulco Children's Home dou- "godmother" or "godfather" to a child for Known to hundreds of Mexican Children as good old-fashioned hugs and kisses. "I can't tell you how happy they are and bled since he Was there last year. The home $25 a month. "abuelito," an endearing term for grandfanow houses 74 children. He spends six months a year in Mexico ther, arrived in Acapulco last Saturday how happy I am," he said. The retired furrier has been raising with the children coordinating fund raisers Mr. Lawrence was sorting the 16 cartons with more than a half ton of clothes for of clothing he brought with him while talk- money and collecting clothes for children and the Other six months in Westfietd colneedy children. "The trip was great and I had no trouble ing to the Record-Press. He said he sorts for 35 years. His mission began when he lecting clothes. He lives on Raymond Street met a homeless child on the beach during a with his only daughter, Lucille. He was at all with the customs," Mr. Lawrence said and folds the clothes himself. widowed five years ago and has four grand"They want to give me help, but I know vacation with hie wife Rebecca. from his Acapulco apartment. "They Since then, Mr. Lawrence has become children and five great-grandchildren. always give me a problem and this time where everything is so by the time they ask me what to do with this or that I could president of the Advisory Board for the He said he will return from Mexico in they let me through." • The hurricane that hit Mexico during have already done it myself," he said Salvation Army Children's Home in May to continue his work. ByTlNAGUABIKO


Projects by town architect are featured in book detailing problems in construction of new home and renovation of older homes. Actual layouts are provided as well as photographs of the projects. The two projects by Mr. Maso.n use common, inexpensive materials and simple construction techniques. One project is for a plug-andplank floor. Colored plugs, incor-

WESTFIELD — Two projects of Westfield architect Kevin Mason are featured in "Expressive Details: Materials, Selections, Use," a new book by t)uo Dickinson. Mr. Mason's work was selected by the author from projects submitted through the American Institute of Architects. The book offers home owners creative solutions to common

porated into the design, hide the screws that hold thefloorboardto the Bubfloor. The other project is for sun decks, built for ndjoining rowhouses in Long Branch. Railings on both decks were designed to reflect the nearby surroundings in the Jersey Shore city. One railing used a "curled wave" effect to mirror the Atlantic Ocean. Another railing duplicated the skyline of a church, rectory and other Long

Branch buildings. "A deck is a gTeat project in which to involve an architect," the Westfield architect said, "because you can got a high level of creativity in a low-cost construction project, "A well-designed deck can have as much impact on a house as a weathertight addition if it carefully extends the flow of traffic to the outdoors," he said. "Think of it as an outdoor room ,,. part of the house and the back

yard." Mr.Mason specializes in "residential architecture geared toward today's growing families," according to his press release, The graduate of Scotch PlainsFanwood High School holds bachelor's and master's degrees in architecture from Columbia University. He worked with a number of Manhattan architectural firms before opening his Westfield practice in 1991.


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WESTFIELD — Steve McDonald, the New York police officer who became a national' hero will speak at Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Westfield' 7:30 p.m. tonight. Shot while on patrol in Central Park in July, 1987, by a 15-year-old assailant, Officer, McDonald was not expected to, survive surgery. His miraculous, recovery allowed McDonald to witness the birth of his son,' Conner, six months later and to! continue as devoted husband ta his wife, Patty. '.' "Energizing Communities To affordable housing, such as agen- counties. It is spearheaded by Since that time, he has Provide Affordable Housing" will cies, businesses, banks, builders, Muhlenberg Regional Medical be the topic discussed at a forum clergy, and community organiza- Center and is comprised of com- addressed countless young peo-' 1 sponsored by the Partnership for tions," says Patt Nevar, coordina- munity members, government pie, parents, and audiences of all Have you paid too much Income tax? Without proper planning, you may pay a great Community Health Improve- tor of the Partnership for and education officials, civic and ages concerned about our culture' deal more In Estate Taxes, Uncle Sam could become your largest beneficiary since ment 6:30 p.m, Wednesday, Nov. Community Health Improve- religious organizations, health of violence. An excellent public Estate Taxes can erode OVER 60% of your wealth. Learn about the latest tax-law and human services providers speaker, Officer McDonald has a> changes. Attend this seminar to find out how to: 12. The session will be held at the ment. unique capacity to inspire by, • Avoid fire-sales of family assets. Roy Smith Theater at Union The Partnership for Commu- and businesses. offering spiritual insight through; • Avoid Probate & maintain privacy of your personal affairs. County College in Cranford. nity Health Improvement strives The forum is free. A light sup- his courageous example. He hasv • Protect your estate if you become incapacitated and learn about ' "This forum will be of interest to foster healthy communities in per will be served. For directions been hailed by presidents, world; other elder-law & elder-care issues. and value to groups interested in Middlesex, Somerset, and Union and reservations, call 668-3170. lenders, and Pope John Paul II* • Assure that loved ones arc financially secure for his heroic life of service in thet • Determine which legal documents ejuny person should have. face of daunting physical and. • Increase your after-lax income & reduce your estate tax liability medical odds. ESTATE PLANNING SEMINAR His appearance at the school gym on 336 First St. is sponsbre'd1 This FREE seminar will be most beneficial to people who have a minimum net worth of $1 million. Attend this seminar and you will be offered a FREE 1-hour consultaby the Westfield Knights of tion ($250 Value) to determine how proper planning may benefit you. Columbus and admission is frjiisj i WESTFIELD-On Thursday tions about their schools and t Goliege night has For more details, call 789-9591-." j Holiday Inn Select •Clark, NJ evening, Nov. 20 at 7:30 p.m., some present slide and video pre- long been known"is prie of the (at GSP Exit 135-Clark Circle) WeBtfi©ld High School will host sentations. The high school's biggest and finest in New Jersey," Thursday, November 20th or Wednesday, December 10 215 colleges and universities at College and Career Resource said Dr. Robert G, Petix, principal 10:OOAM-12:OOPM or 7:00PM-9:OOPM its annual College Night, This Center will nlso be open of Westfield High School. event gives studente and their Thursday evening for parents "It is appropriate that t parents an opportunity to gather and students to visit. College Night is once again being information about colleges and Begun about 30 years ngo by hold during American Education Estate PlanningftElder Law Attorney universities nationwide. the College Woman's Club of Week," said director, of guidance, Seating Is Limited, Call To Reserve Your Place • (24-Hour Seminar Reservation Line) College representatives pro- Westfield, it is hosted by the high Dr. Cas Jakubik. "Sjnce more WESTFIELD — Tht| 800-524-6178 vide literature and answer ques- school guidance department than 93 percent of our graduates continued their education, there Gardennires will tnke a guid«( is clearly a need to provide our tour of the Littell-Lord farmste*J(' Berkeley Heights - ,oj i high school population and their in Wednesday. Lunch at ,!, Nancy Way; unintentional alarm, monoxide detector activation, 300 block Prospect St. block Hawthorn Drive. ^•300 block Woodland Ave. Nov. 9 — Good intent call, 700 / Nov. 4 — Bomb scare, 500 Nov. 7 — Arcing wire in street, ' i ' , i « i w » l « IIMWOCD PUK . MHEfBOO [j block Dorian Road; unintentional 100 block Oxford Terrace; smoke block Central Ave.; unintentional u . i i o n i iii-r I D * " 1 oiivin r> in alarm, 200 block 'Clark' St. ' ?i alarm, 200 block Watchung Fork. condition, 500 block Boulevard; • ! :



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E, Seventh Street in Plninfield, Children are welcome to attend nrnl play while their moms relax, meet center members, and learn about tho group's upcoming activities Winter activities include a series of discussion groups beginning the week of Jan. 5. Child care will be provided during these weekday morning discussions. An infant/child first aid nnd CPR class will be offered on Friday mornings. Other group topics will include "Mars and Venus: Together Forever," based on the book by John Cray, Ph.D.; "Are We Having Fun Yet," by Kay Willis imd MuryimiK' Buckmim Brinley; "Muko the Connection," by Oprah Winfrey and Hob Greene; "Women's Forum," n group designed for new Mothers' Center membors; a crnft group; STEP facilitator training; and it playgroup for toddlers, The Mothers' Center welcomes new members at any time. Anyone who is interested bul unnble to attend the Open House should cali 561-175.1 for more information, The Mothers' Center is a non . profit, non-sectarian organization founded in 1978 by mothers, to help mothers. The group aims to tnlce the stress out of parenting by offering discussion groups, dny and evening workshops, gtiest speakers, social activities, library resources, and playgroups. On-site child care is available for most daytime activities.

Lending a helping hand Westfield Brownie Troop 358 assisted the Junior League of Elizabeth-Plalnfletd bag more than 2,000 cookies In preparation for the American Girls Fashion Show fundraiser last weekend to benefit the Elizabeth Coalition to House the Homeless and the Paige Whitney Babies Center.

Spirituality is topic ofdinner meeting WESTFIELD — The Berkeley Heigh ta/Clnrk/Wefltfietd Business nnd Professional Women (BCW/HPW) monthly dinner meeting will be held Nov. 18 at B.G, Field's Restaurant, 560 Springfield Ave. Networking 6:30 p.m., dinner and program at 7 p.m. Non-members are welcome to attend. The topic will bo "Women's Spirituality;" what spirituality is and how it is different from reli-

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opment, personal empowerment nnd legislative awareness. Advance registration is required. Cost of dinner is $18 per person. Reservation deadline is Nov. 16, For reservations and information, call Cerri at 2769502.

La Leche League to meet Nov. 20 CRANFORD — La Leche of Woslfieid/Crunforrf, a breastfeeding information and support group, meets on the third Thursday of the month. The next meeting will be held nt the Crnnford Library on Walnut Avenue on Nov. 20 10:15 a.m. For more information, call 757-9828 or 755-3545,




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n(ii;f mil vnlicl on Slit nviinni||r>. i)i f o b K115 found in the scholarships to be awarded at its g of local hi^'h May 1998 Awards Dinner. schools, at Brand Travel, Both scholarships wure estab- WVstfiold, i»" may hi: rccoivod by lished by Soroptimist. calling Pi>l Smith, cliuirpiirstMi, International of the Americans 2H2-OK5S. and are administered locally The second award is upon to under that orgunizntionOs prin- maturi' women mitonnjj or ciples and guidelines. The pro- roturniiiK to I he 1work forct". gram is funded by The Known as tin Women's Soroptimist Foundations. Watch Opportunity Award, it i.s intendfor announcements regarding the ed to assist a woman head-oflocal fund raising events of housi'hold to obtain additional S1C.WA which arc used to fund job skills through train ing or the foundations as woll ns local eddcation. Applicants inny bo initiatives to end domestic vio- self-nominated or their names lence. can he. submitted by appropriate Tho first is the Youth third parties such as tonchors, Citizenship Award that recog- counselors, clerics, cinnniunity nizes a 1098 college-bound high louder*), ft. id. Applications and further school graduate for special contributions made to his/hor family, in( Coalition Against Aircraft Notso "With Sen. Tarricelli's leadership, we hope to' continue our fijfht against the FAA which" haf stonewalled every attemftl' tc bring closure to New Jerseys'uir craft noise issue." , n^l.h uf them, I started tmiriiiH on my own," he said, Iliw talent, is evident in all tliene session.*, purl iiudarly on the ,h>hu (hilianni at Mnyberfi disc, whore it often HOUIHIS like bo ph.yw with four hands instead of two. Ho (iltiiL'kB tho keys forociotmly, Handing out caHcndoH of t at H|;htniiiK-mHt t It








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"I'm blessed with digital dexterity," he said. "I can move pretty fast on the keys." But unlike many young pianists who m m k out hackneyed riffa at top speed, Colianni generates fresh ideas constantly, often incorporating many different styles in one tune.And at slower tempos, his delicate, touch conveys great warmth and fooling. After leaving the Lionel Hampton All Stars, Colmnni loured Kuccessfully as both Holoist and leader for severnl years, In 1990, he received tin opportunity reminiscent of his meeting with Hampton. He was playing with Woody Allen's Dixieland bund Mondays at Michael's Pub in New York City, and Tonne., who appeared at I he club annually, heard Coliiiiini'n CD on the house, sound syHt.em. "The favorite album uf the inam.gc>r'H wua one of my Concord releuseH," said Colianni. "Mel heard it mill he called me and said, Tve been listleniiij,' to your CDH on my bremkH. How about me sending you u tit'keL to Phoenix

so you can he in my next gig?" " The next day, Colianni landed in Arizona. Shortly after meeting Tor me, he learned Torino's bassist couldn't play that night because his bass had be#n destroyed by the airline, ;j "The instrument was ir^teplaceable because it was specially designed for a left-handed player, HO that night 1 had ;to sight-read both the bass aAd piano parts. I passed that test,!|.o there was no audition necessnity." He collaborated with Tornoe for four years, recording fi]ye albums and one video with hiiri. "You can't consciously prepare for those different kinds of gigi|," said Colianni, "Your interests take you to where your technique is going to go," lOiUhusiusm, he says, has been the key to his musical development. And as his audiences discover with each porformnnde, that enthusiasm ia infectious. ;• John Colianni will perforpi at Wtitchiing ArtH Center, Watchung Circle, Watvhttng% p.m. Friday. Tickets coat $fi and arc auailablt by calling (908) 763-0190.

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Bridgewater (906)231-0111 Storytelling with the cartoon character. Free admission; reservations required. GUITAR BOB 1 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 16 Temple Beth-El 338 Walnut Ave., Cranford (908) 276-9231 "Songs from the Kooky Jar" with Robert Messano, guitarist. Admission $5; children under 2 free. HANS BRINKER'S CHRISTMAS I and 4 p.m. Nov. 23 State Theatre, 15 Livingston Ave., New Brunswick

ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOW Our Lady of the Mount Church 167 Mount Bethel Rd., Warren (908) 647-3224 Now in its seventh year, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. . Mow. 15,12:45-5:30 p.m. Nov. 16. Admission $ 1 . NEW JERSEY POTTER'S GUILD Trallside Nature and Science Center; ' ' • 452 New Providence Rd.,. - • • Mountainside ' A (908) 789-3670 Pottery on display and for purchase, 11 .,ajp.-5 p.m. Nov. 15, 16. Free admission.

(732) 246-7469 The man with the silver skates comes gliding in before Thanksgiving. Admission $12, $10. HANSEL AND GRETEL II a.m. Nov. 15, 16 Paper Mill Playhouse Brookside Dr., Millburn (973) 376-4343 "Up close and personal" version of the Brothers Grimm story. Admission $7, $6. BILL HARLEY I and 3:30 p.m. Nov. 23 Edward Nash Theatre Raritan Valley Community College, North Branch (908) 725-3420; www.raritanval.edu/theatre Singer-storyteller. Admission $7. SNOW WHITE GOES WEST I 1 a.m. and 2 p.m. Nov. 15 Plays-in-the-Park Roosevelt Park, Edison • (732) 546-2884 The famous fairy tale transformed to California of "gold rush" days. Adults $3; children under 12 free. THE WIZARD OF OZ 11 a.m. Nov. 22, 23 Paper Mill Playhouse

THE ART MUSEUM Princeton University

(609) 258-3788 Gallery talks (or kindergarten through fifth grade 11 a.m. Saturday. Younger children must be accompanied by an adult. Free admission. "Journey to Italy," Nov. 15. Art and legends of ancient Greece, Nov. 22. BEAUTY AND THE BEAST . 1 and 3 p.m. Nov. 22 vVoodbridge High School ' " Route 35. Woodbridge ! (732) 777-1460 LMe show (with music) of the fairy tale/movie. Admission $6. CURIOUS GEORGE -... 11 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 22 Borders Books/Music/Cafe 290 Commons Way

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(732) 846-5777 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday; 1-4 p.m. Sunday. Free admission. Group tours by appointment. Joseph Domjan retrospective, to Jan. 25, 1998. THE ART MUSEUM Princeton University (609) 258-3787 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday; 1-5 p.m. Sunday. Tours oi the permanent collection 2 p.m. Saturday. Free admission. Spanish old master drawings, to Dec, 5. American drawings from the 18th-20th centuries, to Dec. 12. Prints and photographs from the James Kraft collection, to Jan. 4,1998. BLACKSMfTH MUSEUM River St., Millstone (732) 873-2803 Blacksmith's shop In active use as tate as the 1960s. 1:30-4 p.m. Nov. 16, 23, 30 (weather permitting). • CORNELIUS LOW HOUSE/

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Sleeping Beauty will take to the ice 8 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 20 as the StateThaatre, 15 Livingstone Ave., New Brunswick presents Sleeping Beauty on Ice. Choreographed by Konstantin Rassadin and performed by the St. Petersburg State Ice Ballet, Sleeping Beauty on Ice tells the story of Princess Aurora, cursed by an evil faery to enter a death-like sleep when she turns 16 until she Is rescued by a prince.Tickets cost $16-$28 and are available by vising the box office or by calling the theater at (732) 246-7469 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Mondays through Saturdays. ' MIDDLESEX COUNTY MUSEUM 1225 River Rd. Piscataway (732) 745-4177 1-4 p.m. Monday-Friday. "Life in the Raritan Valley," to July 19, 1998. DUKE GARDENS Route 206 HillPlioiongh (908) 722-3700, Ext. 342 Noon-'l p.m. every day until May 31. Reset vations required. METLAR-BODINE HOUSE 1281 River Rd. Piscotaway (732) 463-8363 Artifacts of Lennl-Lonape Indians and other peoples from the l&nd now known ns Piscataway. Noon-5 p.m. ThursdaySaturday, 1-4 p.m. Sunday. Adults $2; children $ 1 . MILLER-CORY HOUSE MUSEUM 614 Mountain Ave., Westfiold

(908)725-1015 George Washington's headquarters when he was stationed In Sorriorville in 1778. 10 a.m.-noon and 1-5 p.m. WednesdaySaturday, 1-5 p.m. Sunday. Frae admission. Candlelight lours by appointment. • JANE VOORHEES 2IMMERLI ART MUSEUM RUIQI •!•.; University, Gooifio R Hamilton St., Now Brunswick (732) 032-7237; Phillips® zlmmerli.rutgars.tjdu 10 a.m.-'1:3Op.m.Tuesday-Fridny, noon-fi p.m. Snluiday, Sunday. Froe admission foi nuimborn Nonmombor admission: uJuttsi S'X stiuimits, children and Hiiiijot:: i.'lliploy• (tf 1o«fl

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ArtePower will pfeeent Ka musical Han*ffrfnfcwrfeCftrtfttntM 1 and 4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 23 at the State Theatft, 1ft Livingston* Ava., Now Brunswick. Adsptsd for ths stags by pIsywrlgMAyrtofst Qroa dunning •nd oomposor Rlchsrd DsRoss, Hani Brinlnr'i Cbrtttm— To about * brother •nd slstsr's sfforts to sam monsy for tholr family. Ttoksts oost •10-H2 and art avallaWs by vlilng ths box offlos or by calling tho the•ter at (712) 24f-74M 10 a.m.-* p,m. Mondaya through Saturdays. Sludant mstlnsoa havs bssn sat for 10 s.m. and noon Monday, Nov. 24; oohool prios Is 18, admission for tho gonsral public costs 112. ,;

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SWM. 21. 5'11". ir.Kbs., bUte-ev.il. sinokM, liumorDWPF.39.5'4", 1 ?5I1», highly-pOucaiBd, fnareialy sacuf B. lovra tliei»e,la-Bhswtfiheallhy. outgoifig gentenan, 55-65. Adi 4324 0LJ3, eiijuy^ hip hop. liiivRl. dining, muvior. ISO r.pwi,i! SF, any He, dancing, workouts, humoious, eicitng. Seeking M countet • SOMEONE SPECIAL n;it>.lorLTn A______707__ part. 40-55. WS. Adi 8??O DWF, 5?, S'5', blond, enioys dining, dnncrng. Iho shore, musjc THE RIGHT binlCilON ' and He* markets. ISO D/SWM. 52-65, w i n sirnlat interests. Ads ONEWOUANMJLN Kiml, carnv.) SWM,20,5ii", 2_5lbs., uiuscul.v,saiao c! humor, Akactve SWJPF. notveiigious, 2S.lt. dark hail, blue eyed, vari- 4326 _______„. enjoys IIKJSII;, inovius. Seeking yUF. 18 ilij. lui friitnJ.ship. jxisous intttaMS. ISO SWM, generous, honesl. Tifuncialy secure, T I H _ D & GAMES? iiblo LIU. AcM 1411 WANTED!! W . Adi 8051 SnWM WrVUF, 35, ISO D7SBPM, 35-40, hoaltliy, spinlual. reWF, 35-55, nptn nmU-.Hl, lof a Ityht, lomanlic, spocul type telasc_7on Ydti'SsiLF sponsUt, linjinciany secure, unseKish, la mily-orientad, tun, bul FALL INTO WNTEH. Uonsllip will a sell -eniployeii W tiuanossman, I)IIK>'IJIS(IKO lieu. SWM, L$. C. ^OQibS-, iTiudium build, culloi|c gi.iduale, nujr.icran, With n» SWF, 46, S'2'. Ino*n rmWeyes. ISO SWM. lor dming , s e _ H t . t i f Iriend^ip, poteblo LTH.Adt 4228 Ad» 100H _ _ ____ atl'vw, «n]uys 5[siils, ruusfe IFiO lun SF, i'l-.B, lor LTfl. Ad» OUL long w j k i i i f c s . ™vi9S, c-jt*Kxs, lots of ronunce. Adf M A M M l SMILE 2363 ^ ENGLISH JEWISH CHAP . 8135 CTfR 50,5'5", motfium buiH, wami-hoaited, lun-lovtng, advenFALLINGIN LOVE iL-ron. «*)¥3 country living. ISO D/5WM, 45.60, lot Iliondslup, M,48,neternwnti'd, nuiMing vco prcsidnnl, recu locAing.conBABY BOOMER setviiiivH values, supportive, will relrxattf. Prciois J1-.32 -I^.likos KIM, 43. 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SHARPSHOOTER! Waling st B » stagecoach,torseiy, romantic, tuccessM, WrTJ, LOYW.EAN0 SENSITIVE *S(SmVJSWCW,3S~W,na Wtfpets. Beautiful, (ocwW-WWWF, SWF, great eye&'smta, great-shape, longhair, confident arid n> manbe serts truly jxuHooKinoSWM, 35-fled values.Ad* 8tS4 ? t . ! * S , ITR A(U 8326 ~__tO,spontaneous, iilsl&aent,humorous,dowrno-eath, .CUBA,(ravel, concerts, corned;dubs, moie ISOsnrt_CSWV, 35-50, possiHs LTR. Huntadon. Adt 8168

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WALKS ON THE BEACH' SWM, 3 0 , 6 T , er^ry. lun.danring. romiroe, spcfla. m-!«r,y£le riding ISO SF. B1-3., wtio's easyjjoing, romarilic. will similar intoresls. FrieridiWp. posiiWo LTH. Ad. 8155

jiEACEFULLiFESTYLE SWF, 38. ISO SY/M, 35-4C, w_m. fiwnrjiy, Iiar)r|uil, wHI-eduu l e d , we!l minnttcJ, »nyUe. atleclioriale. j i Irav-eUtW 1357

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NICE GUY " "* SWW, 2B. ImncM. o.tja markets, movies, music, lelawng. ISO D/SWM, 35-55, witti sirnilai inMresB.A.I> 1165 .• ,

SEEKS ASIAN FEMALE Indian, Oriental. Filiplnu _/SI : . ?B-46, scuglil by navel matfud. clean cut, ttisygoing, klotbte, ff/3 SWM, M. 5'9', lor LTH. Ad» 8077 ^

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ROMANCE AWAITS Handsom. DWPM. 4?._ 9", I 6 « l s , odocalud, erjoys.IQ shore, dancing, romjnlic niyhtri. ISO &utt)O!ft(i SWF, 30 n M Now .lefsoy, Ad» 67_1__ _ _ _ _ SEEKING GOODMAN STiPM, EO, onjoys rnovics, soil music, ba^kolball, w ISO taiust SM, 21! -10, medium buM, lor liieridiiiip, JWH 0723 j i i ? FOR LIFE SWM. 22, G'4", ICOIbi, blond, M.ie i.-y'js, atlrflcilvo, outrjoing,

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FANWOOD — The Thrift Shop at the Fanwood Presbyterian Church will hold its annual Holiday Sale on Nov. 19 from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. The entrance to the shop is on MacDermott Place, New and like-new items will be available for sale: clothing for men, women, and children, jewelry, knickknacks, Christmas cards, and holiday decorations. The main room in the Thrift Shop also will be open with a variety of items at low prices. For ladies, there are dresses, skirts,

slacks, blouses, sweaters, and coats. For men, there are suits, pants, shirts, sweaters, jackets, and coats. Clothes for children and shoes for all members of the family are available. Proceeds from sales are used to support the Fanwood Presbyterian Church Food Bank and selected local charities. At least 20 agencies will receive substantial contributions. None of the proceeds are used for church administration. The Thrift Shop is staffed by volunteers.

Stress management workshop Wednesday SCOTCH PLAINS — The Fanwood-Scotch Plains YMCA, 1340 Martine Ave., will hold a workshop on managing holiday stress 8 p.m. Wednesday . Linda Van Fosaen, a therapist





in Cranford, will deal with specific strategies and skills on how to cope with the end-of-year holidays. Admission is free and the public is invited. For more information, call (908) 889-8880.



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But A Diamond Savs When it comes to Diamonds There's only oneFordsJewelers Your Direct Sourcefor Quality Diamonds at the Guaranteed Lowest Prices. Always Pirn Jewelers Quality, Always At A Price That Will Please You. There's Only One IMcmtitT Anu'ricnu tictn S ! '•' "They both prepare very weB," But sentiments aside, Duelks said Duelks. "Both are very strict and the Raiders had a job to do on discipline and take no B.S. Saturday, to beat the Blue Devils from the kids. They want to win, and spoil their season. by they really focus on making "We talked before the game you on overall, well-rounded indiand I told them, yea, I'm a Blue vidual. They care about the kid£." ByMKECHRtSTEL


Wettfleld lineman Gabe Perez puts pressure on Raider quarterback Eddie Williams during the Blue Devils' 14-6 victory Saturday In Scotch Plains.

sure on the Raider offense and totaled fours sacks for the game, including two alone by junior lineman Gabe Perez. He's a great little player," said Tranchina on the 6-1, 185-pound Perez, "We're proud of him. He was an outside linebacker at the beginning of the year that we made a defensive end last week." The Blue Devils extended their lead to 14-6 on a 13-yard scamper by Osborne around the left side with 5:20 remaining in the fourth quarter. "I just followed my blocker, Thomas Lee, and broke to the outside," said Osborne, describing his second touchdown of the afternoon. "I had one guy left and I Btiff-armed him. I saw a Scotch Plains guy out of the corner of my eye and I knew I hnd to jump in there." "Jason has been having a super year," added Tranchina. "He's a tough runner. There wasn't a lot of room on that last touchdown run. He made that all on his own. He's been a groat back for urn." > While Osborno made the most of his opportunities, the Raiders were frustrated they couldn't convert more of their scoring chances, especially in the early going. After stopping Westfield on

downs midway through the opening quarter, the Raiders moved the ball down to the Blue Devil 24-yard line after a 20-yard sweep by Delmar Patterson (1153), and 14 and 16-yard scampers by Maurice Dockery and Jovann Clarke, respectively, But the Raider drive quickly fizzled when they couldn't produce a first down on the next four plays and gave the ball up on downs. "We played kind of tight, I think the key was we made a lot mistakes," said Williams, who finished 6-of-14 for 72 yards. "We had too many penalties, turnovers and dropped balls. But you can't point the finger at nnybody. I tip my hat to Westfield. They played a good gnme. We just have to go to practice, work hnrd an be ready for our next game against Kearny." SCORING SUMMARY Second Quarter W: Jnson Osborne 29 run (Jason Krioger kick); 5:04 remaining SPF: Eddie Williams 1 run (kick tails); :09 Fourth Quarter W: Osborne 13 run (Kflegor kick); 5:20 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING: WeslHeld - Jason Osborno 859, Lamonl Turner 8-29, Bob fiayfcMMM 8-20, Thomas Lee 10-15, Raheed Hawks 3-9; SPF Dolmar Patterson 11-53, Mnurico Dockery 432. La'Morr McDnnlel 11-28, JovannClarke 116, Eddie Williams 8-13, PASSING: Westlleld - Baykowskt 2-7-0-36: SPF-Williams 8-14-3-72. RECEIVING: WosHletd - Tumor 2-36; SPF Donald Patterson 2-28. Dockery 1-17, Blair Woodward 2-15, Delmar Patterson 1-12.

Raider boys claim county crown Shut out Elizabeth for first Union County Tournament title since 1992 ByMKECHMSTEL RECORD-PRBSS

Scotch Plains -Fanwood boys soccer Head Conch Tom Breznitsky has certainly coached his share of talented toama over the years. But there was something about this yenr's Raider aquad that caught the coach's fancy from the beginning. And on Monday night at Williams in Elizabeth, Breznitsky's anticipation turned into renlity when tho top-seeded Raiders knocked off No. 6 seed Elizabeth 3-0 to capture SP-F's first Union County Tournament championship since 1992. 'This is a very special group," said Breznitaky. "I've snid all along that this is one of the boat teams thnt we've had. It's a group that has come together over the years, is senior dominated nnd have worked really hard all season long. They're n well focused,. very intelligent group of young men who come to piny every tiny," For the current Ranter regime, winning the county Utlu was along timo coining. "It feois great" Hiiicl SP-F senior goalie Jeff GilMu. "We've played in the tournament the lfiBt four years nnd never won it,

until now. We've been working hard all season for this." The Raiders (19-2-2) got on the board fairly quickly Monday, when senior midfielder Mike Milberger scored on a direct kick that deflected off an Elizabeth defender's head into the net with 31:22 remaining in the opening half. SP F increased its lead to 2-0 less thnn six minutes Inter on a goal by senior Felipe Polanco off a throw in by Doug Bishop with 25:14 lea in the first hnlf. The enrly 2-0' advantage was the result of bulanced play from the Raider front line. "We made n little change up front, putting Adam Bowser in there to replace Ted Sweeney," said Breznitsky. "We wanted him and (Chris) Cnrdinal to exert a lot of pressure on their backs. We wanted to force mistakes and I think the prosHiiro paid off when we jumped on the board with two gonls in the first 20 minutes." The Raiders closed out the scoring with 13:01 left to piny when, after a handball violation by Elizabeth inside the box, senior midfolder Todd Mosur booted a penalty kick through the lower right corner of the post. The attack from the midfield spots helped sot up the penalty

for the Raiders, "I think we have two of the best midfielders in the state in Milberger nnd Moser," said Breznitsky, "We saw pretty early on that they were able to keep possession. I think when they keep the boll on the ground, there aren't many midfeldera in the state that can play better than those two." "Today the midfield played really well," said Gillie. "They were tnckling hard. That's such a big part of intimidating the other tenm." And apparently it worked against the frustrated Minutemen, who resorted to some dirty play late in the match. SP-F retaliated in one instance and a total of three red cards a one yellow were given out by referees. "They had to hold their composure once again," said Breznitsky on his players. "Especially after , the fiasco they had with Plninfield." Breznitsky is referring the Rnidera' UCT semifinal victory over Plninfield on Nov. '1, when the game had to be called with 19:08 left after numerous Plainfield fouls. A scuffle then broke out afterwards and severnl police enrs were called to the

scene. As far as Monday's scene was concerned, the defensive play of Bishop went along way in keeping Elizabeth off the board. The 6-foot-1, 160 pound senior blanketed Elizabeth top scorer Alcy Richc the whole night, holding Riche to just one shot on goal. "Doug is probably our most solid marking back," said Gillie, who only needed to make two saves in goal Monday night. "He did a great job. He's marked up nil the best kids in the state and has done a fine job shutting them down. It's really secure having him back there." "Doug Bishop has done a great job for us all year long," added Breznitsky. "He usually has to markup the most explosive goal scorer on the other tenm. I think there's been only one time that he allowed a goal on somebody that ho had marked up. Considering the schedule we piny, that's quite an accomplishment." STATE TOURNAMENT The top-soeded Raiders were scheduled to meet Parsippnny Hills in the North Jersey Section 2, Group 3 semifinals Wednesday afternoon. Provided the Raiders won, they will piny either Milburn or


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Kaslusky leads Westfield charge into group meet Westfield High's Gordon Kaslusky is in quite a groove. The junior runner, who recently won the Union County individual crown, added another title to Ms collection Saturday, when he captured the North Jersey Section 2, Group 4 individual championship at Warinanco Park iit Elizabeth. Kaslusky led the pack in 16:50.00, beating out Joao Oliveira of East Side, who finished in 16:55.

But despite Kaslusky's firstThe boys race will start at 11 place effort, the Westfield boys a.m. and the girls meet is set to couldn't overcome Randolph in begin at 10 a.m. the fight for the best team score. The top three schools advance Randolph defeated the Blue on to the group meet, while the Devils 38-70 to win itsfirstsec- top 10 individual finishers, who tional crown since 1979, while aren't members of the best three Westfield's string of six consecu- teams, also move on. tive sectional championships offiWHS GIRLS cially came to an end. The Lady Blue Devils placed Kaslusky and Westfield will fourth overall in Saturday's compete in tomorrow's Group 4 North Jersey Section 2', Group 4 state championships at Holmdel meet with 103 points. Park. Columbia won the team title,

defeating runnerup Randolph 32-

Blaubelt (28th in 21:40) and Anna Dujnic (31st in 21:57). Westfield's front five runners SP.F BOYS nveraged 21;09, the fastest time The Scotch Phiins-Fanwood in team history on the Wnrinanco boys cross country team assured championship course. itself of qualifying for tomorFreshmen Alexis Anzelone row's state meet after taking the (13th in 20:53) and Rachel fifth spot in Saturday's North Ackerman (19th in 21:09) led the Jersey, Section 2, Group 3 compeway for the Blue Devils, with tition. plenty of help from Laura Brucia The Raiders totaled 126 (20th in 21:10), Tara Bhandari points, five spots bohind champi(25th in 21:20), Sara Carpenter on Morristown, which won com(26th in 21:65), Adrienne fortable over Cranford 29-78.

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SP-F senior James Canterbury cracked the top 10 for the Raiders, placing ninth in 17:36.50. SP-P GIRLS The Liuly Raiders also advanced on to this weekend's state nifot tiller a fourth-place showing in the sectional. SP-F ended the meet with 106 points, trailing only winner Morristown (39 points),- runnertip Mount Olive (46) and Jefferson (82).

Kostro, Heinkel help Blue Devils advance T he Kostro and Salmond scored a Westfield High pair of goals apiece and teamgirls soccer, mates Amy Coccaro, Jessica Lutkenhouso and Heinkel t • e a m chipped in with ono goal each. advanced once Nusse and Michelle again into the North Jersey McLaughlin didn't need to make tiny saves in goal. Section 2, BOYS SOCCER Group 4 finals Statu Tournament after nipping Randolph 2-1 Tuesday in Westfield. Tho Westiield boys squad was The Blue Devils, who have scheduled to meet Montclnir in reached the sectional finals seven tho North Jersey Section 2, consecutivB seasons, were set t o Croup 4 semifinals Wednesday in visit Roxbury yesterdny after- Montclnir, noon in the title clnsh. Tho sixth-seeded Blue Devils Westfield built u 2-0 first-half advanced to the semis after shutlead Tuesday and held on for the ting out Randolph 1-0 Nov. 6 in triumph. Margarnt Kostro (jot overtime. the Blue Devils on the board Senior Peter Lau scored the first, off an assist by Suzanne game winner off an assist by Heinkel, who scored herself at 29 Frank Iaimi with J!:40 remaining minutes on u pass from Kristen in the dust half of overtime. Salmond. Mike Idlanci finished with two Weatfiekl goalie Vicky Nusse stives for Westfield (12-7-1). FIELD HOCKEY saved five shots for WestfieId (16State Tournament 3-1). Westfield 8, Linden O — Tho I)hie Devils squeezed by Westfield had no trouble advanc- Union 1-0 Oct. 31 behind a secing in the state tournament Nov. ond-hnlf gonl by junior left inner 6 after cruising past Linden 8-0. Allison Cook.


' .The surging Soctch PlainsFan wood High girls soccer team needed to climb just one more step Monday to complete their dubious journey in the Union County Tournament, on a fluke," said Viking Head 111 Unfortunately, standing in the Coach Jim Revel, whose team Raiders way was a young and tal- last won the county title in 1993. ented Union Catholic squad, a "They beat Westfield, which is a team playing on a level all its very good team, and they played own in recent weeks, a great match with Clark. We • < And on Monday, the Raiders, knew coming in here that this though valiant in defeat, became wasn't going to be an easy one by the latest victim of the Viking any stretch of the imagination. crush, losing 2-0 to Union We're very happy to come away Catholic in the UCT finals at with the win." Williams Field in Elizabeth. The Vikings (19-2), who out• '• • Senior forward Jill Lasseter shot SP-F 40-15, picked up an scored just 15 seconds into the insurance goal with 18:13 left in match to set the tone in the the first half when Laura Iden, Vikings favor, while the Raiders the county's top scorer, punched were forced to play catch-up a Bhot through the left corner of before they could even catch their the net off a rebound. GEORGE PACCIELLO/RECORD-PRESS breath. "We had played them earlier Scotch Plalns-Fanwood d«tond«r Courtney Metzger battles for the ball "I don't know what happened in the season and we knew defen- with Laura Iden of Union Catholic during the Raiders' 2-0 loss Monday With the first goal in the begin- sively, (Kate) Vanderheyden ia In the UCT finals. 4-1 on Oak Ridge. ning, We might have had a little very good and (Christine) Bowers through in the early going. confusion," said SP-F Head is probably one of the best keep"The first goal hurt a little Courtney Metzger scored SPers in the county," said Revel on bit," said Butz. "It was unbeliev- F's lone gonl in the second half. Coach Frank Butz. ' ] "But you have to give the kids the Raiders. WHS ALUMNI GAME able. But I was proud of the way "So our strategy was to get on they played in the tournament. Bowers made 10 saves for the a lot of credit. They hung tough Raiders, who ended their season ICE HOCKEY AH |p"aduntes and current stujihd played a good match. We the board early and make them We beat Summit, the eighth seed, dents a t WHS are invited to ALUMCNI GAME never gave up and towards the try to change their game. The Westfield, the top seed, and with a 10-9-2 record. The Rnidera edged Milburn 1end we had some good opportuni- second goal changed their plan a Johnson, the fourth seed. That's The Westfiold High School ice attend. New Jersey Devils' fans O in sectional quarterfinal action hockey team alumni will piny its are also invited. Participating ties. But they're (Union Catholic) little bit and certainly gave us not a bad run." some room to work with." Nov. (5 in Milburn. a great team." third annual Alumni Game alumni players must provide STATE TOURNAMENT Bowers had a busy night SP-F took the lead for good against the boys' varsity team on their own equipment, The Raiders had surprised The sixth-aeoded Raiders were For questions regnrding the everybody in the county up to between the posts, Baving 13 knocked out of the North Jersey when senior midfielder Leah Wednesday evening, Nov. 26 a t this point, except Union Catholic. shots for the Raiders after the Section 2, Group 3 semifinals Sncn/. do Viteri scored off a direct Wnrinnnco Park Ice Rink, in game, contact Jon Davidson a t (954)984-2973. Elizabeth. !,t. "Scotch Plains did not get here Vikings initial goal squeaked Tuesday after falling to Jefferson kick 13 minutes into the game.

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LEGAL SECRETARY P/T,- Afternoons 1-5. Morw Fri, Exp req'd Bi-llnqual t plus. Call 322-7OOO. Local Filendfy Co has • m immediate openings. Our *J summer workers have r ^ turned to school. Good pay. N» exp nee. Days, eves, wkndff Students welcome. Call n o * , 201 -291-9O9O/973-335-6604* MEDICAL ASSISTANT g Will train, no e«p. nee. „ PT possible FT. Momirj|i» afternoon, eves A som* StJK Call9OB-665-0013.


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V-6, Power: StaMes/itaSAocks, WC, AM/FM Stereo Cassette w/CD Changer, Appeateixs & Protection Pkg., Demo, 14,677 miles. I/INK 4401961: SiM 8333; MSRP $29,395; Valued As Equipped $31105.



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RECEPTIONIST/SECTY £•'• PARTTIME 20-25 hrs wk in afternoon's w Weekly Newspaper Recovery /full-time potential lor Westiield MEDICAL RECEPTIONIST Driver (or the Sorn erset County consulting firm. Qualified canE*p. necessary. Approx. 15 area. Hourty pay plus mileage didates musl have exceptional Heir- hours, Tues. a must. reimbursement. Mondays telephone skills, exp w/MS Of908-964-8929 or lax Thursdays and Fridays fice or equiv (min 50 WPM T 908-964-7646 needed. CaSI Mike a t exc grammar skills), Lotus or 908-575-6670. Excel & ability to learn software & procedures quickly. It you are dependable, organized & PET SITTER ^OFFICE CLERK P/T willing to provide a wide-range Westfield medical practice. PT, (or mid day, to setve'clients of support services, please lax M-F 8:30-2:30. Genl office in Westfield. Oanlord. Rose- resume w/cover letter stating He, Union & surrounding areas. why this job is right for you & du'iiag. Call 90B-232-5858 Owu^ansportatton. 548-8633 hrs available to 908-317-4434


Employment PartTime

MS Child Care Nursery Schools 270 Situations Wauled

TELEMARKETING RETAIL P/T Enjoy decorating & working with people. Inferiors ol WesttieldhasanopeningforaSalas Assistant. 908-233-9707

SEASONAL Merchandisers needed lor major toy manufacturer. Call 1-800-457-4B04 exl, S717 leave name/number.

Telemarketing/Salss Assi's BEGIN YOUR CAREER IN FINANCE Mortgage Co in Kenilworth will train motivated individuals who enjoy talking on the phone and dealing with people. Excellent bass salary and generous commmission P/T evening hours available. Call Donna, t-BOQ.636-2274,6x1 125.

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TELEPHONE CALLERS PT - To recruit volunteers tortile American Heart Association Friendly smoke free atmosphere Weekday hrs. 201-376-1366 to leave massage

A* Quality Ctiild Ca»e ottered AFFORDABLE live in Nanny by a state certified Mom in my /Au Pair, legal for 12 mos k/Westfield home full time or part erage cost 3220/wk J572-7S73. time- Call 23^3429^ AN EF AUPAIR European jive Experienced, loving child care in Child Care. Exp the benefits in my Union home. Part time of llexibilty Affordable inter/full time 14 years experience. cultural child care. Carefully Excellent references. screened & trained. English speaking aupairs with legal US 908-6880481 visas. Average weekly cost ot »MONDAY MORNING I N O $220, Convenient live in care Reliable, insured care for in- lor your children. For mora info lanls 8. toddlers 908-668-4884 call Michelle 908-272-7073 * Nannies » Companions » Baby Nurses Avail. Live In/Out Serve-UWell90B-393-0277

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• HOME HEALTH AIDES • SKILLEDCARE » RN's/LPIfs Medicaid Cert. Lic'd'BonOed OORSON HOME CARE, INC Springfield 908-273-5349 EBSt_0ran ml.. VIN#SS027148. Lease for SIRS per mo. for 38 months \v/$699 Total Down. 1994 FORD T-R1R1) l.X: 2 dr. Auto, AC, All Power Equipment, 38,000 nit., VIN#RH210176. Lease for $147 per mo. for 38 months w/$6 uu Total Down. 1995 PLYMOUTH NEON IIIGIILINE: 4 dr, Auto, AC, p/lcks, ABS, 29,0W( mi, V1MSD222751. Lease for $159 per mo. for 38 months \v7$699 Total Down. 1994 OLDS ACH1EVA SL 4 dr, 6 cyl, Auto, AC, All Power Equip, 24,000 mi,, V1N#RMO44589, Lease lor S179 per mo. for 38 months w/$699 Total Down, 1995 NISSAN AIXIMA GXE; 4 dr, Auto, AC, All Power Equipment, 27,000 ml,, VIN#SC 107547. Lease for $195 per mo. for 38 months w/$699 Total Down. 1995 HONDA ACCORD L\: Mnrf, Auto, AC, All Power Equipment, 28,000 mi,, VIN#SA106093. Lease for $195 per mo, for 39 months w/$1500 Total Down.

1994 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE LAREDO) 4 dr, 4x4, Auto, AC, All Power Equipment, 47,000 mi., VIMRC2I2470, Lease for $199 pK-78lio Diosol I. rainn, 14.MJO UVWH, Auto Ttnns, \>m43, VINIV7CX)«05. MSI1P %M,\K>

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November 14. 1997 WESTFIELD: Office space 700)- sq ft, w/basement. Call 908-739-2562 WESTFIELD-P1 Zone. Prof! oiiice space. Pwt entrance, 2nd Nr, prfcg. approx 1300 sqft Avaii immed 908-654-3725 WESTFIELD-Praf] Wdg. 1700 sq ft, Exc toe. Off St park. File sioraga avail. 908-317-5757

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•PARSE HOUSE ANTIQUES Wanted to Bent 8y Stage House Villa se-Sc Pins International busiAntiques Bought & Sold nessman..Furnished condo. • FIREWOOD . Dealer Space Available apartment or a house in the 722 ST. MARKS AVE Quality seasoned hardwoods Bobby 908-322-9090 Vacation Property For Rent 480 Crantord'Westfiela area to' the WESTFIELD fc>'hearth or stove period Jan 10, 1993 thru' Apni Sat, Nov 15, B:30-4pm 530 5115 per Cord Delivered 15. 1998. Please contact POCONOS Fali week or Mahogany DR Furn, sola, Small quantities available wkend & wintei monthly ien- Kathleen Clayton at: FUR COAT-Fuil length coffee table, velvet armSCHIEFERSTEIIMFARM Moore Stephens, PC al taJs, 4 BR. V.s bin, fireplace, Crystal Fox. Sija Medium. chair, pf oak end tables, 393 Madison Hill fid CLVK 5650.908-654-8371 round kitchen table & 4 near ski slopes. 90B-245-0164 908-272-7000 flxt 3573 732-386-3273 chairs, kneehole office Antiques 5 5 Q 500 FitewoodS fuel desk, twin bed mattresses, king sz bed, mahog MMUEfTMAREEK « t BARTELL'S • * LAFAYETTE MILL ANTIQUES BR furn, TV & stand. We FARM & GARDEN SUPPLY CENTER off Route 15. cabinet, porch furn, FIREWOODS STOVE Firewood ' ? or full cords Lafayette (Sussex Co) NJ lamps, pictures, china, WOOD Split. Seasoned hard201-383-0065 40 Fnendly Delivered, 654-1566O88-15B1 ftood.delvTciSI25.cord $65/'; bric-a-brac. dealers displaying affordable FIREWOOD-Guaranteed cord. S35.' 4 cord.Stacking THI ATTIC antiques, quality collectibles seasoned oak, spirt 1 de- avail 903-276-11 58 » Cafe on premises. 10am/5pm livered. 5130/cord- $70/W Closed Tues/Wed. cord. 908-756-1046 Employment FuLITime 240 EmBloymtnt Full Time 240 Emplovmeril Full Time 240 Employment Full Time 2 * 0


SUMMIT: Rooms fof rent. $90.-J125/week. Call 908-598-0522


Payroll c Coordinator

Returning To Work?

Award-winning telemarketing facility in So. Plainfield is looking for a Payroll Coordinator with 2-3 years automated payroll processing experience. Responsible for processing & maintaining a weekly payroll plus incentives, tracking of production hours, coordinating temp agency payrolls and ad hoc reporting. P.C. literate. Must have hands-on experience with Ceridian or ADP. High School i diploma required, College degree preferred. Great work environment, fast paced. Competitive salary & benefits package. Please : fax resume with salary to 30K.

World offers all its Part-Time employees: • Flexible Hours • Benefits • Complete Training • Friendly Work Environment

BUTLERS SECTWBreakiront (naliogany. 1940s, exe cond. S700 90S-233-9512 attBprn_

Roselie Park- Sat 11/22 Roselle Pk High School 165 W Websler Ave. off Locust Ave Hark- Sun 11/23- Municipal Bldg. 430 WssHteld Ave. In «, out 9-5. hotline-201-997-9535

COUCH. 5-piece. L-shape » 4piece oak wall Ltnit w;1ts. $800 obo 973 635^512

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Dr. Leonard's Healthcare Corporation* a leadfn^Mail Order Catalog Company, has openings in our Rarttan Center office.



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Employment Fult Time

An- you a motivated self-starter who is reliable, detail oriented, and has strong interpersonal skills? Are you assertive and willing to follow detailed writ)en and verbal Instructions? Haw you worked in irtoiuarkeilng or customer service? Are you looking to use these skills while working limn home?

Candidates must have good typing skills and excellent communication skills. For immediate consideration, please call 908-225-0100, ext. 390. Refer to Job Search jH-107

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COFFEE TABLE ItoundGlass Top w wood bottom. Askg $250 aO8-381-6522


• Flexible work schedules available. • Pleasant working environment • Generous employee discount

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Meyersviiie Grange Inctoor ANTIQUE FLEA MARKET EVERY SUN B-2 30 FOR INFO (908) 654-3089 Meyersville Rd. Gillette NJ

Retirees, Homemakers & Students welcome.

If you have customer service experience we would love to talk to you!

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BED BRASS Brand new orthopedic matI'ess set w'wairanlies Qusen S25O King S395 delivery available (908) 249-4010 __


World Savings, one of the most admired financial institutions, is looking for Part-Tirne Customer Service Associates.


AVENEL FLEA MARKET 1488 Rahway Ave Avenei. NJ 500 Yds from Rahway Inspection Sta. Open Thurs, Sat & Sun 7am-3pm (Over 100 Tables/Vans Spols)


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SPANISH BILINGUAL TELEPHONE INTERVIEWERS MUST BE FLUENT I N ENGLISH A N D SPANISH • Sign-On Bonus • Earn Extra Money! • Pleasant Working Environment • Permanent PT Position • Flexible PT Schedules Available Applicants must be reliable and possess a clear, professional speaking voice

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Division of Continuing Education and Community Services will offer five additional sections to its non-credit course schedule in Real Estate training starting in early November, All real estate courses will be held at the college's Cranford campus, "Principles of Real Estate" will cover property interests, mortgages, deeds, titlo closings, lions, real estate law and othics, an'i'iicy relationships, ami real estate t;iiculations. The four.se meets Now -fir,-,cv State Iteal Kstnti' Commissitm requirements for its Sales Licensing Examination. Students may select from two time slots: either from 6 - 9:35 p.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays,; or 9 a.m. to noon Mondays through

Thursdays, Additionally, "Real Estate Brokerage License" is open to all candidates who have or will have completed three years in real estate practice prior to taking the state examination. Courses will be divided into three segments, with 90 hours of instruction in real estate and related subjects, 30 hours of instruction in real estate ethics, and 30 hours of instruction in office management. Licensing standards ri>(|uire student* to complete all three I'tnirse segments, including llnal examinations, within a two-year period. The 90-hour "Real Estate" seg-

ment will be held from 6-10:20 p.m. Tuesdays. "Real Estate Ethics" will be conducted from 2.5 p.m. Mondays and Thursdays, nnd "Office Management" will be held from 2-5 p.m. Mondays and Thursdays, December 2 through 17. Pre-regislration is required. • Call 70S>-7(>()0, or fax a completed registration form obtainable from the ('mil iniiiiii1; Education tabloid" t o 7fM")-i(i:i"i.

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a completed re;j;ist.ration form to . Continuing Kdueation, Union County College, 10HH Ave. Cranford, N.J 07016.

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"BEST DIlN i Starting at $169,900, Jennings Estates In North Plalnfleld have redefined expectations of what a new Home can be In the under $200,000 category. Just a few of these value-filled homes remain for sale.

Jennings Estates Makes Dreams Come true ForNew Home Buyers In Somerset County For the most of us, our dream home remains just thnt, a dream, because what we would like in a new home far exceeds our ability to afford it. But, a fortunate ftnv, who act quickly, will join the other smart homeowners how hnve already taken advnntugft of thn unprecedented vnlues at Jennings Estates in r North Plninfleld. 5- Called the "Beat New Home Buy In Somerset County," by Tom Boninkowaki, listing Realtor for ' Jennings Estates which consists of sovon Custom Colonials, located in the foothills of the beautiful W a t c h B Mountains. Starting at a very uflbrdnWe *]W)9>. those t h o s e three t h r e e nnd n n d four f o u r hedroom h e d r o o m homos homos •'WatchunB 1 i'' bbo a s t a lli sit to fffe a ttu r e s n ndd a mme in it t ii e s tt hh aa tt iiu r llm l il' full full; l*.s-«'rti t-nt:- w i t h u i i | k - o u t - , i n n i n t c m m c c - f n ' i n i l

Jennings Estates, North Plalnfield Only a few left - 3 and 4 bedroom Custom Colonials starting at$169,900. Full basements with walk-outs. All vinyl exterior, thermopane windows, 21/2 baths, oak kitchen, central A/C, garage, 190' deep lot and more. Excellent location - north of Rt.22 in the foothills of the Watchung Mountains. Only minutes from Rt 78,22,287 & Parkway. Call Tom for details, at Ext. 301.

v i n y l e x t o r i o r s , e n e r g y - i ' d i i - i o n l I h c n i i D p n n c wiitilfi'.v , '.'.,''' I J I U I I H . H H K I C I I I o a k I U I C I K H , . i f - n l i ' j i l n i r r t m d i t i o n i n g , g n r n f j t ' H , H j u i c i m i H H K ) l o o t di'|) t n ( s ; i m i t n u i ' l i i n m - c . T i n - li ,1 i> q u i t e i m p n ' - . m - i ' , m i l l i s IIMII• a l l y found o n l y o n i n o i f e x p i ' i i s i v o h o m e s i n l l » ' " d n - n m " t n l i ^ n r v T h e v a l u e o f ' t h o h o m e s n t J u n n i i i K H K • t a l e s n l s o c x U i u l s l o i l i f i i t l r . - u r n b l e l o c a t i o n n o r t i i o f H o u t e 22

on the Wntchung border. The ucenic setting gives you the feu I of being in the country, yet i» wonderfully convenient, with Route 22, 78, 287 and the (jardon State Parkway all nearby, And, you'll find an abundance of shopping, Bchoola, reatauranta, services, e nterlui union t, pnrka nnd recreation just minutes away. To learn more nnd to make an appointment to tour 3 or 4 bedroom models at Jennings Eatntejj, call Tom Boniakowaki »t tho E.A. Boninkowski Agency, 732-96«-n70n, oxtoriHion '101.


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New construction offers many advantages a wide variety in price, features also be a little more complicatand architectural design. ed, and the new homes agent "Buying new construction ia can help the buyer understand quite different than buying a the process and weigh their resale house, which is why it's a options. good idea to work with a real Coldwell Banker's certified estate agent who specialize! in new homes specialists are new homes," said Ms. Hamara. trained in construction plan"The most notable difference ning and procedures, materials, is, of course, that the buyer design and financing, so they often h a s to make decision! can do a superior job of helping based on plans or concepts, and customers who want to buy a it can be hard to imagine how a new house. house and a neighborhood will Some home buyers want a look before anything is built." brand new house that is comA Coldwell Banker new pletely finished and ready for homes specialist understands moving in. the building process and can Others prefer to build a cushelp the buyer envision those tom house, starting from scratch with architectural choices. Financing a new house may plans and being involved every

"New construction offers the There are many advantages today's lifestyles and often has to buying new construction, interesting design elements. It opportunity to customize a •reports Lynette Hamara, dis- offers totally neutral living house by choosing fixtures, trict manager for the New spaces that are fun and easy to kitchen cabinets, flooring and added features. And new conHomes Division of Coldwell decorate." "In addition, today's new struction often appreciates in Danker Residential Brokerage. "A newly-constructed home house comes with a warranty value faster than an older is energy efficient and incorpo- on the structure, materials and home." Coldwell Banker is actively rates the latest technology in mechanical systems so there materials and mechanical sys- are no major repairs to surprise marketing more than 200 new a home buyer," said Ma, homes projects in the suburban tems," said MB, Hamara, New York area, offering buyeri ; "It offers a floorplan for Hamara.

SHORE LIFESTYLE, LOCATION AND NOW GARAGES TARGET TALL TIMBERS AS TERRIFIC TOWNHOMES! LITTLE EOO HARBOR, NJ — Tucked away in Little Egg Harbor, Ocean County, New Jersey at the Jersey Shore is a beautiful community of townhtimcs called Tall Timbers, and if you haven't yet visked, we extend a special invitation. Tall Timbers offers the excellent Shore location homebuyers desire, with the added bonus of townhome living - virlunlly maintenance tree and more lime for leisure for the family. Prices begin at just $82,900, and now in Section II, there's Ihe opportunity fur garaged units, beginning nl $89,900. Reservations lire now being

taken for early 1998 occupancy. We can now offer our customers an even greater variety and variation of housing types with the nddillon of the garaged units," says John Mczzinn, General Manager of Buon-Vita Homes, "Homebuyers are able

to customize their townhome with more flexibility, and with a theme based on one's individual desire and needs, at a great price." Rocky Capobianco, Director of Sales nnd Marketing a! Tall Timbers agrees. "VVe. feel, and

other have expressed, that Tall Timbers is one of the most exceptional communities at Ihe Jersey Shore. You wilt be impressed when you visit our fully decorated models. And, for your convenience, they're open 7 days a week."


»ol« County golf, c o u r t * ri, ' I and Clubhoy** V TH\Jt> ' CRANFORD $379,000 WESTFIELD 'CRScredential ndvise home ownl {> l;i]iuly invcsiineni. Scpar.ilu HIIIIIH1-. (.'II rely ifiniviik'il in \ )')2. Irriiigini' your own private world oil 2.5 prime WOIHIHI iiLTd. I'lissihlc suhCharming colonial wilh updated filK & sliders 10 dctk, I'arn Rm w/raiscd Je^s to include these activitjfjs 1 1 Nc;ir lou it, bus, Uiiin, Seller limy innstik'r liiiiiiiu . \VSl-fi7'i'. (livisiim. 8 DRs, .15 Dihs, Tain Rm w/l-J A mure. WSP-MJX. heanh FP, !g Rec Rtn, Laundry Rm, Workshop and more. There will be iin • ifrrtong their list of resolutions ibr Open House Sunday. Nov. 16, l-4p.m. W,SF-7U ( J. • • itlieNew Year:

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