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Raider Hoopsters Halt East Side Girls, 5745
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Lady Devils Win 8thStrsaight Union County Swim Crown
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Berkowitz had a couple of outstanding nonwinning swims. She anchored the Raiders’ 4x50 free relay in a sizzling 24.3 split, just falling .13 of a second short of the WHS team. Two events later, she was touched out by Union’s Liatte Krueger despite swimming a 1: 08.91!
Espinoza also had a second in the 100 back — behind A. L. Johnson’s Kendra Kennedy — to go with her countyrecordsetting win in the 100 fly. Julia Sheffield (3rd 50 free, 4th 100 free), Jen Bassman (3rd 100 free, 4th 200 IM) and Jenna Bezrutczyk (6th 500 free, 7th 200 free) all had big days for the Raiders.
SPF’s Beth Tumolo captured the girls’ county diving title on Friday night with a score of 155.80. WHS’s Lindsay Guerriero was third with a personalbest 153.30, while Ashley Flood was fourth in 134.50.
Top 8 Team scores: 1. Westfield (W) 291, 2. Scotch PlainsFanwood (SPF) 238 1/ 2, 3. Summit (S) 139 1/ 2, 4. Governor Livingston (GL) 120, 5. New Providence (NP) 98, 6. Cranford (C)
96, 7. Union (U) 88, 8. Johnson (J) 87 200 medley relay: 1. SPF (Bezrutczyk, Berkowitz, Espinoza, Sheffield) 1: 57.39; 2. (W) (Hart, Bartholomew, Saul, Fowler) 2: 00.07.
200 free: 1. J. Coxson (W) 1: 59.82; 3. Kolterjahn (W) 2: 07.56, 4. Schwebel (W) 2: 08.13, 5. Cameron (SPF) 2: 09.29, 7. Bezrutczyk (SPF) n. t., 9. Lemus (SPF) n. t.
200 IM: 1. Berkowitz (SPF) 2: 12.78; 2. Saul (W) 2: 16.58, 4. Bassman (SPF) 2: 22.92, 7. Bartholomew (W) 2: 26.24, 11. Kolenut (W) 2: 33.76.
50 free: 1. A. Coxson (W) 26.49; 2. Fowler (W) 26.63, 3. Sheffield (SPF) 26.70, 8. Vantosky (W) 27.04.
100 fly: 1. Espinoza (SPF) 59.14; 3. Saul (W) 1: 02.66, 6. Hart (W) 1: 07.46, 11. Wilkinson (SPF) 1: 11.05.
100 free: 1. Jackie Feinthel (C) 55.88; 2. A. Coxson (W) 57.22, 3. Bassman (SPF) 57.31, 4. Sheffield (SPF) 58.43, 7. Fowler (W) 58.87, 8. Vantosky (W) 59.03.
500 free: 1. J. Coxson (W) 5: 14.56; 3. Schwebel (W) 5: 41.73, 5. Cameron (SPF) 5: 45.21, 6. Bezrutczyk (SPF) 5: 45.577. Lemus (SPF) 5: 49.52.
200 free relay: 1. (W) (A. Coxson, Vantosky, Fowler, J. Coxson) 1: 44.94; 2. SPF (Espinoza, Sheffield, Bassman, Berkowitz) 1: 45.07.
100 back: 1. Kennedy (J) 59.99; 2. Espinoza (SPF) 1: 01.79, 6. Lane (W) 1: 08.62, 7. Wilkinson (SPF) 1: 08.79, 8. Hart (W) 1: 09.04.
100 breast: 1. Krueger (U) 1: 08.69; 2. Berkowitz (SPF) 1: 08.91, 4. Bartholomew (W) 1: 11.79, 7. Kolenut (W) 1: 16.40.
400 free relay: 1. Westfield (Ashley Saul, Vantosky, A. Coxson, J. Coxson) 3: 54.04; 5. SPF 4: 06.59.
ALLENOSBORNE SINKS 14, WILLIAMS STRIKES 10
Hot Farmer B’ballers Excel; Dazzle Raider Boys, 7961 By DAVID B. CORBIN
Specially Written for The Westfield Leader and The Times
Threepointers, layups, followup tipins! You name it. The Farmers did it as the Scotch PlainsFanwood High School boys basketball team became 7961 victims of a spectacular performance from the 122, 14thranked Union boys in Scotch Plains on February 3. Even the inclusion of James AllenOsborne, who led the Raiders with 14 points, could not impede the
surging Farmers. The Farmers executed their versatility well as Rob Zincowicz, effective both inside and outside, led all scoring with 16 points. Muhammed Oliver got inside for 13 points and both Damien Wittington and Jim Nann hit from the outside for 10 points. But Mike Gluck was deadly with followup tipins and netted 12 points.
“They shot the ball well and ran their offense very well,” said Raider Head Coach Willie Leonardi. “They definitely were
working on all five cylinders.” No time was wasted as the Farmers scored the first eight points and, with the help of three threepointers, took a 173 lead within five minutes of the first quarter. Raider Mike Jackson hit a jumper, then the Farmers went on a fivepoint run. But the Raiders revived themselves and outscored the Farmers, 82, in the final two minutes of the quarter after Derek Brown aroused the fans with an imFRESHMEN
ROTHSTEIN, MASKET MASH THE PINS
Devil Keglers Capture First Round of County Tourney By DAVID B. CORBIN
Specially Written for The Westfield Leader and The Times
Fortune has been very good recently for the Westfield High School bowling team. After sweeping Elizabeth on January 20 in a dual match, the Blue Devils placed fifth in the prestigious South Plainfield MidWinter Classic at Carolier Lanes in South Brunswick on January 29, swept Plainfield on February 1, then captured the first round of the Union County Tournament at Highway Bowl in Union on February 3. Although all of the Blue Devils competitors did well, freshmen Matt Rothstein and Willy Masket did especially well this time around.
Rothstein led the field against Elizabeth with a 640 series as the Blue Devils outrolled the Minutemen, 2,7042,395. Rothstein had games of 235, 216 and 189. Masket rolled a 576 series with games of 195, 223 and 158.
Then, in a field of over 60 teams throughout New Jersey, Westfield put it all together with a 2,879 total at Carolier Lanes, placing fifth in the tournament which was won by Woodbridge. This time, Masket had the high series for the Devils with a superb 627 total followed by another freshman, Scott Villa, who rolled a 620 series. CoCaptain Dan Rock was on with a 593 series.
Masket stayed above 200 in each game as he rolled games of 202, 212 and 213. Villa had games of 176, 243 and 201 and Rock rolled games of 222, 221 and 150. In the second game, Rothstein turned in a 190 and CoCaptain Chris Marotta rolled a 205.
After the first game, the Blue Devils found themselves in the middle of the pack with a 903 total, but after the fabulous 1,071 second game, the Devils exploded into the top five then stayed there with a 905 third game.
“That propelled us into the top five and the 905 kept us there,” said Blue Devil Head Coach Mike Tirone. “It
was outstanding, especially since it was supposed to be a rebuilding year.”
Tirone added, “What I was really pleased about, was that we were the number one team of our county representatives. Especially since Linden, Livingston and Cranford were ranked in the top 20.”
On February 1, the Blue Devils had it easy with Plainfield, winning 2,5632,105 and boosting their record to 113. Rothstein had the high series of 586 with games of 215, 203 and 168.
However, the big achievement came in the Union County Tournament when the Blue Devils rolled a total of 2,988 to take the top seed for the finals round which was held on February 8. In the field which began with 35 teams, only six remained to compete. Cranford was second with a total of 2,913, Union was third at 2,851, Lin den was fourth at 2,838, Linden B was
fifth at 2,671 and Summit was sixth at 2,655. The Devils had games of 955, 1,032 and 1,001.
“What was unique was that all teams which qualified were from the Watchung Conference,” pointed out Tirone (Summit bowls in the conference as a non member).
Rothstein had an outstanding day and rolled the tournament’s high series of 708 with games of 256, 238 and 214. The 256 was the tournament’s second highest. Masket also bowled them over with the fourthhighest series of 655, hitting games of 206, 253 and 196. Villa blasted a game of 223.
“Willy and Matt have been kind of carrying us lately,” commented Tirone. “And Matt has been real hot in his last four or five games.”
Raider Cagers Drill N. Hunterdon Boys
The Scotch PlainsFanwood High School boys basketball team lifted their record to 610 with a, 5546, drilling of North Hunterdon in Scotch Plains on February 5. Junior Andy Feeley netted 13 points to lead the Raiders.
The Raiders hit big in the even quarters as they outscored their opponents, 165, in the second then provided the finishing touch with a 1611 run in the fourth. Senior Derek Brown led the assault in the fourth, scoring eight of his 10 points. Mike Jackson sank 11 points, Steve Williams hit 10, James AllenOsborne scored nine and Dave Herrmann added two.
N. Hunterdon (510) 16 5 14 11 46 Sc PlnsFanwood 10 16 13 16 55
ing them to layups. Bianca Gray and Glover also contributed two points apiece.
“We were very successful and got inside the key in the first half,” commented Raider Head Coach Brian Homm. “Lindsay had a lot of steals and made points on fast breaks.”
Latoya Vaughn, who finished with 16 points, put East Side on the board first in the second quarter, but the Raiders rolled off the next six points
as Pennella added four points and Gray created a steal and converted with a layup. By the quarter’s end, the Raiders had outscored East Side, 1710, to take a commanding 3318 lead. Pennella totaled seven points in the quarter and Feighner and Gray totaled four each
while Glover added two. East Side changed their defensive tactics then came alive offensively in the third with a 179 run and the Raiders found themselves in a 4235 contest. This time, however, Glover led the way offensively, sinking 14 of her points in the second half. She was especially effective in the final quarter when the Raiders regained their composure and slammed the door on the Red Raiders with a 1510 edge.
“They (East Side) pressed us a little bit and went mantoman,” explained Homm. “We opened up a little more and ran off screens and she (Najwa) started scoring with it.”
In addition to her rebounding dominance, Feighner made her presence known offensively, finishing with 14 points.
“Feighner has been a big presence both offensively and defensively for us,” pointed out Homm.
Pennella finished with 14 points, Gray totaled nine and Katie Blom added two.
“It was nice to see everybody stepping it up a notch. We needed it to qualify for the state tournament,” concluded Homm.
East Side 8 10 17 10 45 Sc PlnsFanwood 16 17 9 15 57
pressive slam dunk. Steve Williams, who finished with 10 points, followed with a jumper, then Brown rolled in a layup and Dave Herrmann
PUBLIC NOTICE SHERIFF’S SALE
SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY, CHANCERY DIVISION, UNION COUNTY, DOCKET NO. F1357398.
DOMINICK CUCCINELLO, PLAINTIFF vs. RAFAEL TORRES, DEFENDANT.
CIVIL ACTION, WRIT OF EXECUTION, DATED OCTOBER 13, 1999 FOR SALE OF MORTGAGED PREMISES.
By virtue of the abovestated writ of execution to me directed I shall expose for sale by public vendue, on the 6th Floor of the Union County Court House (Tower) 2 Broad Street, Elizabeth, New Jersey on WEDNESDAY THE 1ST DAY OF MARCH A. D., 2000 at two o’clock in the afternoon of said day. All successful bidders must have 20% of their bid available in cash or certified check at the conclusion of the sales.
The judgment amount is $40,978.00. All that certain tract, lot and parcel of land lying and being in the City of Elizabeth, County of Union, and State of New Jersey, being more particularly described as follows:
BEGINNING at the point of intersection of the southerly line of 3rd Street (60 feet wide) and the westerly line of Magnolia Avenue (60 feet wide), formerly known as Wall Street, and running, thence;
1. Along said westerly line of Magnolia Avenue, South 25 degrees 00 minutes 00 seconds East, 42.23 feet to a point, thence;
2. Parallel with said 3rd Street, South 65 degrees 00 minutes 00 seconds West, 25.00 feet to a point, thence;
3. Parallel with said Magnolia Avenue, North 25 degrees 00 minutes 00 seconds West, 42.23 feet to a point on the aforementioned southerly line of 3rd Street, thence;
4. Along said southerly line of 3rd Street, North 65 degrees 00 minutes 00 seconds East, 25.00 feet to the point or place of BEGINNING.
Said property is located in Block No. 2, Lot No. 1024 as shown in the Tax Map in the City of Elizabeth, County of Union and Sate of New Jersey.
More commonly known as: 183 3rd Street, Elizabeth, New Jersey.
There is due approximately the sum of $45,891.41 together with lawful interest and costs.
There is a full legal description on file in the Union County Sheriff’s Office.
The Sheriff reserves the right to adjourn this sale.
RALPH FROEHLICH SHERIFF FLORES & STERNICK, Attorneys Pan Plaza Building 4th Floor 35 Church Street Paterson, New Jersey 07505 CH755005 (WL) 4 T 2/ 3, 2/ 10, 2/ 17 & 2/ 24/ 00 Fee: $218.28
PUBLIC NOTICE BOROUGH OF FANWOOD
BOARD OF HEALTH NOTICE OF INTRODUCTION OF
ORDINANCE 0001 AND PUBLIC HEARING
An ordinance was introduced by the Board of Health of the Borough of Fanwood on February 1, 2000. Copies of this ordinance can be obtained without cost at the Fanwood Borough Hall, 75 North Martine Avenue, Fanwood, New Jersey between the hours of 8 AM and 4 PM, Monday through Friday.
The purpose of this ordinance is to ESTABLISH THE APPOINTMENT OF ALTERNATE MEMBERS TO THE LOCAL BOARD OF HEALTH.
A public hearing on this ordinance will be held on March 7, 2000.
Colleen M. Huehn Secretary Board of Health 1 T – 2/ 10/ 00, The Times Fee: $19.89
PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE OF MUNICIPAL PROPERTY AUTHORIZED FOR PRIVATE SALE TO ALL PERSONS OWNING REAL PROPERTY CONTIGUOUS THERETO PURSUANT TO
N. J. S. A. 40A: 1213( b)( 5) AND N. J. S. A. 40A: 1213.2 PROPERTY MINIMUM BID PRICE
Lot No. 17 Block No. 8501, $18,000.00
BIDDERS SHALL TAKE NOTICE OF THE FOLLOWING:
1. The Township Council of the Township of Scotch Plains has determined that the real property known as Block No. 8501, Lot No. 17, on the Tax Map of the Township of Scotch Plains and commonly known as 1050 Hetfield Avenue, Scotch Plains, New Jersey, (the “Property”): (a) is not needed for public use; and (b) is less than the minimum size for development under the zoning ordinances of the
Township of Scotch Plains and is without any capital improvements thereon; and (c) has a fair market value of at least $18.000.00.
2. The Property is hereby offered for private sale to all persons owning real property contiguous thereto pursuant to the Local Lands and Building Law, N. J. S. A. 40A: 1213( b)( 5) and 40: A: 1213.2. The Township Council has set a minimum acceptable bid price of $18.000.00 for the aforesaid Property. The Township Council also hereby requires the purchaser of the lot to merge it with their adjoining parcel to form one unified parcel by Lot Unification Deed. A copy of the Lot Unification Deed shall be provided to the Township Attorney for his review and approval prior to recording. 3. Offers for the Property set forth above may be made by sealed bid to the Township
Manager, as designee for the Township Council, for a period of twenty (20) days from the date of this Notice (through no later than 4: 30 p. m. on said date), at not less than the minimum acceptable bid price of $18.000.00. A certified or cashiers check in the sum of ten (10%) of the bid amount shall accompany any bid. All sealed bids received shall be opened by the Township Manager on March 13, 2000 at 4: 00 p. m. Except as otherwise provided herein or by law, and subject to right of the Township Council to accept or reject the bid( s) received, the Property shall be sold to the highest qualified bidder from amongst the aforesaid contiguous property owners. The Township Council reserves the right to reconsider private sale and advertise the Property for public sale, in the manner and to the extent authorized by N. J. S. A. 40A: 1213( b). 4. Title to the Property shall be conveyed by Bargain and Sale Deed, With Covenants
Against Grantor Acts, the Property to be described by Lot and Block designation on the Scotch Plains Township Tax Map, or such other description furnished by the purchaser and acceptable to the Township. Payment shall be made at the time of closing by cash or certified check for the balance of the accepted bid price plus recording costs and costs for a survey and/ or title search of the Property, if such survey and/ or title search are necessary. 5. The Property is sold in “as is” condition. No representations are made as to the
condition of the Property, and no representations are made as to the dimension or description of the Property herein. All descriptions furnished are only furnished for the convenience of prospective purchasers. 6. The sale shall be subject to any and all easements, rightsofway, covenants,
conditions and restrictions or record and such state of facts as an accurate survey may disclose. The sale shall be further subject to zoning and other municipal ordinances and applicable state, municipal, county, federal or other statutory provisions. The conditions as aforesaid shall be incorporated in the deed of conveyance of the Property and be deemed to be covenants running with the land. The Township Council may, by Resolution, waive all or part of the restrictions encompassed in this paragraph. Possession shall be delivered upon closing of title. The Township of Scotch Plains makes no warranties of title either implied or expressed. The Township of Scotch Plains shall be held harmless from any damages, claims, and/ or causes of action whatsoever in the event that the Township is unable to convey marketable title to the Property, subject to the conditions set forth above, for any reason whatsoever.
TOWNSHIP OF SCOTCH PLAINS Barbara Riepe Township Clerk 1 T – 2/ 10/ 00, The Times Fee: $99.96
PUBLIC NOTICE TOWNSHIP OF SCOTCH PLAINS ZONING BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that at the meetings of the Zoning Board of Adjustment of the Township of Scotch Plains held on January 10, 2000 and February 3, 2000, the following decisions of the Board were memorialized:
Granted a rearyard setback Variance to
John and Dorothy Foulks to allow the installation of a sun room/ conservatory in accordance with plans submitted at the property located at 1 Stoneleigh Drive (Block No. 12201, Lot No. 14), Scotch Plains.
Granted a Use Variance to Mona Desai t/ a Subslingers to allow the construction of a freestanding sign in accordance with plans submitted at the property located at 210 Willow Avenue (Block No. 702, Lot No. 8), Scotch Plains.
Granted a sideyard setback Variance to
Paul McNamara to allow the construction of an addition in accordance with plans submitted at the property located at 912 Crestwood Road (Block No. 7601, Lot No. 7), Scotch Plains.
Granted size and height Variances to
Joanne Rigney and Gary Dunchus to allow the construction of a pool shed/ cabana in accordance with plans submitted at the property located at 1261 Rahway Road (Block No. 15601, Lot No. 4), Scotch Plains.
Denied a Temporary Operating Permit to
Felix and Peter Sanguiliano t/ a Sanguiliano Garden Center for the proposed usage of the property located at 2591 Mountain Avenue (Block No. 4703, Lot No. 4), Scotch Plains.
Denied Use Variances to Sunco Inc. for proposed signage alterations as set forth on plans submitted at the property located at
17341745 Route 22 @ Myrtle Avenue (Block No. 704, Lot No. 1), Scotch Plains.
Granted a Use Variance with conditions to
Susan Kaschak for a limousine business at the property located at 2006 Route 22 East (Block No. 1902, Lot No. 8), Scotch Plains.
Linda M. Lies Secretary to the Zoning Board of Adjustment
Township of Scotch Plains 1 T – 2/ 10/ 00, The Times Fee: $46.41
Minutemen Chill Lady Devils, 6030
The 142 Elizabeth High School girls basketball team was just too much and rolled to a 6030 victory over the Westfield girls in Elizabeth on February 1. Junior Jesenia Gonzalez led the Blue Devils with eight points.
Courtney Thornton scored five points, Karen Manahan, Lindsay ElKoury and Jackie Cusimano had four points apiece, Dana Passananti added three and Kelley Masterson had two.
Westfield (410) 3 11 5 11 30 Elizabeth 16 18 17 9 60 PUBLIC NOTICE
TOWNSHIP OF SCOTCH PLAINS INVITATION TO BID
Invitations are extended to qualified Bidders to bid for the following Project:
KRAMER MANOR PARK IMPROVEMENT PROJECT
Bids will be accepted only by mail or in person to the Office of the Township of Scotch Plains Municipal Building, 430 Park Avenue, Scotch Plains, New Jersey 07076 (ATTN: Barbara Riepe, Township Clerk) until February 22, 2000, at 11: 00 AM. The Township of Scotch Plains (hereinafter “Township”) shall not be responsible for any bid mailed which is lost in transit or delivered late by the Postal Service. At the above time, the bids will be publicly opened and read aloud. All bids must be presented in sealed envelopes which are clearly marked “Bid for Kramer Manor Park Improvement Project, Township Clerk, 430 Park Avenue, Scotch Plains, New Jersey 07076”. No bid will be received after the time and date specified.
After receipt of bids, no bid may be withdrawn within sixty (60) days after the date of the bid opening except if provided for herein. The bid of any Bidder who consents to an extension may be held for consideration for a longer period of time as may be agreed upon between Bidder and the Township.
All bids must be on the bid forms provided in the Bid package. The bid package may be obtained between February 10, 2000, and February 21, 2000, from EKA Associates, P. A., 2050 Route 22 East, Scotch Plains, New Jersey 07076, between the hours of 9: 00 a. m. and 3: 00 p. m. Monday through Friday. The bid package may be purchased for a nonrefundable fee of sixtyfive dollars ($ 65.00) made payable to “EKA Associates, P. A.”. Bids will be made on the Proposal Form in the manner designed herein and required by the Specifications.
Bid proposals and all required documents must be completed and submitted by the date as set forth above. All documents in the enclosed Bid Package must accompany the bid proposal.
In addition to the above documents, a certified check, cashier’s check or bid bond issued by a responsible bank, trust company or insurance company, payable to the Township of Scotch Plains shall be submitted with each bid as a guaranty that if a contract is awarded the Bidder shall execute said Contract. The Bid Security shall be in the amount of ten percent (10%) of the total amount of the bid or TwentyThousand Dollars ($ 20,000.00), whichever is lower.
All bid Security, except the Bid Security of the three (3) apparent lowest responsible Bidders shall, if requested in writing, be returned after ten (10) days from the opening of the birds (Sundays and holiday excepted) and the bids of such Bidders shall be considered withdrawn.
The Township reserves the right to reject any or all bids, and to waive immaterial informalities, or to accept any bid which, in the opinion of the Township of Scotch Plains, will be in the best interest of the Township all in accordance with the New Jersey Local Public Contracts Law N. J. S. A. 40A: 111 et seq. In the event of an equal or tie bid, the Township shall award the bid to the Bidder which, in the Township’s sole discretion, best serves the interest of the Township.
The Township also reserves the right to reject any and all bids if sufficient funds are not available and/ or appropriated.
The selected Bidder, will, within seven (7) days of award of the bid, enter into an appropriate contact with the Township.
All Bidders must comply with P. L. 1975, Chapter 127, entitled “An Act Relating to Affirmative Action in Relation to Discrimination in Connection with Certain Public Contracts and Supplementing the ‘Law Against Discrimination’ approved April 16, 1945 (P. L. 1945, Chapter 169)”, N. J. A. C. 17: 27, as amended from time to time, and the Americans With Disability Act.
Where applicable, prevailing wage rate shall be paid to all workers on the job as per
N. J. A. C. 34: 1156, 25 et seq.
BY ORDER OF THE TOWNSHIP OF SCOTCH PLAINS OF THE COUNTY OF UNION, STATE OF NEW JERSEY.
Thomas E. Atkins, Township Manager
Barbara Riepe, Township Clerk 1 T – 2/ 10/ 00, The Times Fee: $86.70
PUBLIC NOTICE SHERIFF’S SALE
SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY, CHANCERY DIVISION, UNION COUNTY, DOCKET NO. F1048497.
AAMES CAPITAL CORPORATION, PLAINTIFF vs. SALVATORE SAVATTERI AND KAREN SAVATTERI, HIS WIFE; ET ALS, DEFENDANT.
CIVIL ACTION, WRIT OF EXECUTION, DATED FEBRUARY 19, 1998 FOR SALE OF MORTGAGED PREMISES.
By virtue of the abovestated writ of execution to me directed I shall expose for sale by public vendue, on the 6th Floor of the Union County Court House (Tower) 2 Broad Street, Elizabeth, New Jersey on WEDNESDAY THE 8TH OF MARCH, A. D., 2000 at two o’clock in the afternoon of said day. All successful bidders must have 20% of their bid available in cash or certified check at the conclusion of the sales.
The judgment amount is $179,070.34. Located in the Borough of Mountainside, County of Union, and State of New Jersey.
Property Address: 380 New Providence Road, Mountainside, New Jersey.
Tax Lot No.: 10, Block No.: 15E. Dimensions: 100.00 Feet Wide x 360 Feet Deep.
Nearest Cross Street: Situate on the southeastern side of New Providence Road 365.41 feet from the southwesterly side of Ole Tote Road.
There is due approximately the sum of $206,456.09 together with lawful interest and costs.
There is a full legal description on file in the Union County Sheriff’s Office.
The Sheriff reserves the right to adjourn this sale.
RALPH FROEHLICH SHERIFF SPEAR AND HOFFMAN, P. A., Attorneys 1034 Laurel Oak Road, Suite 1 Voorhees, New Jersey 08043 CH753734 (WL) 4 T – 2/ 10, 2/ 17, 2/ 24 & 3/ 2/ 00 Fee: $163.20
hit two free throws. Offensive stabilization gave the Farmers only a slight 1816 edge in the second quarter to carry a 4229 halftime lead, but AllenOsborne was on fire and blazed ten of his points. Also, Zincowicz was hot throughout the first half as he sank 10 of his points. Jackson, who finished the game with nine points, put in six.
“I think that he gives us an added element. He takes the ball to the basket and he’s a flashy type of player,” said Leonardi of AllenOsborne. “He gives us another dimension.”
All hopes of getting back into the game diminished as four Farmers got into the act and went on a 90 run to start the third quarter. Pinpoint passing and followup tipins were clearly evident. Junior Andy Feeley broke the streak with a layup but the Raiders were starved offensively as they were outscored 196.
“We got to within 13 at the half,” said Leonardi. “But they came out on fire again.”
Although the game was clearly in Farmers’ hands, the Raiders finished strong, outscoring the Farmers, 2618, in the fourth quarter, and found the mark from threepoint range. Jackson sank a threepointer, Mike Chewning hit two then AllenOsborne arced one in. Also, Brown added another crowdpleasing stuff.
Williams led the Raiders with 10 rebounds, Brown pulled down six, Herrmann grabbed five and Feeley, who finished with seven points, had four. Adam Bendik finished with five points and Anwar Montgomery had two as the Raiders lowered to 410.
Union 24 18 19 18 79 Sc PlnsFanwood 13 16 6 26 61
Raider CoCaptain Najwa Glover
David B. Corbin for The Westfield Leader and The Times SURROUNDING A REBOUNDING FARMER… Raiders Dave Herrmann, No. 32, Steve Williams, No. 23, and Andy Feeley, top right, surround Farmer Rob Zincowicz as he makes a rebound.
David B. Corbin for The Westfield Leader and The Times REAL HIGH ROLLERS… Willy Masket, left, and Matt Rothstein did some big time rolling as the Blue Devils won the first round of the Union County Bowling Tournament. Rothstein had the tournament’s highest series and Masket was fourth.
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