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Scotch Plains Park Activities Remain in Full Swing
Brookside Park opened the summer with basketball, baseball and kickball games, kite flying and the firstever Chess Tournament. Brendan McMahon taught the game, and then defeated the counselors.
At Green Forest Park, Franco Lotito took first in the 67year old race competition and Kelly Yutz took second. Jaclyn Lazarus was first in the 89 group and Xin Cao was second. Samantha Brokaw was first in the 1012s and Megan Buckland was second. Buckland was declared the champion in the allcontestants race.
Sam Brokaw beat Billy Buckland 54 to win the 912 group knock hockey, Courtney Baines finished third and Tyler Southwick took fourth. For the 68 group, Deanna Donvan was first after beating Karthik Krishnakumar (2nd) 52, who beat Eddy Lu (3rd) 52.
Nicole Mineo won the 68 ping pong title, beating James Tsipsas (2nd) and Rabid Cornejo (3rd). For 912, Max Del Negro was first besting Xin Cao (2nd) who beat Samantha Brokaw (3rd).
Farley Park sponsored a waterball tournament, in which the Ruff Riders defeated the Regulators. In another game, it was every man for himself. Other tournaments included Knockhockey, basketball and ping pony. After practice sessions, the home run Derby Contest was held and Ashwahn Thompson was the winner with Davi Claiborne second.
Parents are reminded to sign up their children for the trips that leave from Green Forest Park: The PNC Art Center July 18, the Forum Theater’s Popeye Performance July 20 and the Keansburg excursion on July 27.
Arts & Crafts sessions under the di rection of Wendy Underwood have produced
an interesting project – children designing their personal postage stamps. The excellent “stamps” will be on display in the Municipal Building. Other projects have been flower leis and glitter pictures.
The Small Fry Recreation Program has commenced at Jerseyland Park on Mondays and Wednesdays, 10 a. m. to noon. Nicole Johnson, an elementary education major is in charge and is assisted by Gerard Rites and Daphne Marshall.
Barattucci bopped an RBI single to center. When the ball was bobbled, Hawke flew home safely and Nigro followed but was ruled out on the relay.
The St. “Tom” guns were silent in the sixth but the “Pats” pitterpattered two insurance runs. Luongo walked, DiDonato tagged an RBI triple to remote left and Nick Barattucci battered an RBI single upthemiddle.
Silence and the “Pats” prevailed in the seventh. The only disturbance was the dribbling sound of a DiFrancesco single.
St. Thomas 031 520 0 11 St. Patrick 240 332 x 14
Westfield Blue 9s Defeat Berkeley Heights, 1715
With two games left in the regular season, the Westfield Blue 9yearold baseball team beat Berkeley Heights, 1715, moving into first place in the New Providence AllStar League. Coach Brian Foley, assisted by Richie Hughes, Matt Marcus and Gene Panarese, have taken the Blues to a record of 73.
Berkeley Heights was held to just two runs in the first three innings with strong pitching by Chris Jenkins and Matt Marcus.
Westfield erupted for seven runs in the first. James Hughes scored on a double by Joey Panarese. Strong baserunning, singles by Chris Jenkins and Hughes, and a sacrifice fly by Mike Abbattista allowed Panarese, Marcus, David Babetski, Mike Foley, Josh Firestone and Derek Wanfried to score.
In the second, Westfield cut loose with eight runs. Singles by Babetski, Wanfried, Firestone and Abbattista added to the mix. Matt Marcus delivered the big hit of the game with a grand slam to left field.
Ryan Ragoza and Harrison Sacks scored two more runs in the third and fourth innings off a single by Foley and a sacrifice fly by Jenkins. Solid defense in the field by Sam Crowell, Chris De La Fuenta and Kenny Slaski contributed to the strong innings.
Berkeley Heights scored four runs in the fourth and mounted a ninerun assault in the fifth. However, a strong defensive throw by Sacks and sound relief pitching by Holden Reinert kept the Blue on top.
Westfield Rec. Continues Summer Fun Program
The Westfield Recreation Commission completed its third week of playground activities with every playground site having a full calendar of entertaining activities. The week began with the summer’s second pool swim with 130 participants.
Franklin playground made every Friday “Theme Day” and had the playgrounders stay for lunch. Playgrounders have already participated in Beach Day and Hawaiian Day.
There was a bike rodeo at Wilson playground. Aimee Wenta received first place for most decorated bike and CJ Patella came in second.
Meghan Brody and Daniel Eliades are nokhockey champions of Washington playground, but still need to challenge each other to determine the official winner.
Jefferson playground had Wacky Hat Day and Sal Madragona took first. Also there was an afternoon of water activities to escape the humidity.
Tetherball and nokhockey tournaments were held at McKinley playground. Winners included Ryan Scrudato, Chris Fantini and Joey Panarese in the 68 year old division. In the 912, Matt Isabella won followed by Christina Henry and Terron Rogers. Brett DeFazio, Greg Mitchell and Megan Pulliam were the winners of the 68 division of tetherball. Logan Streit won the tetherball tournament for the 912 division and Becky DeFazio and Michael Henry took second and third, respectively.
At Tamaques playground, winners of the Connect Four tournament included Chris Sheehan and Nick Kensington. Mike Sheehan and Kevin Anderson won the tetherball tournaments. NokHockey champions were Nick Attanasio and John Attanasio.
The playgrounders at the Westfield Neighborhood Council have already taken a trip to Sandy Hook and just recently visited Space Farm.
The Exceptional Center playgrounders had their first trip to the Turtle Back Zoo and last week they traveled up to the Metuchen Forum to see Pinocchio. Melissa Greenwald and Carl BarberSteele, leaders of the Exceptional Center, have many more funfilled field trips planned.
SPF Raider 9s Rout Long Valley, 223
The Scotch PlainsFanwood Youth Baseball Association 9year old tournament team began play in a big way in the Flemington Tournament on July 16 by pounding out 26 hits to beat the Long Valley Yankees, 223. The Raiders struck early and often and scored in every inning.
Thomas Holt led the attack with four hits, six RBI and four runs scored. Jackson Udelsman had four hits and two RBI. Joseph Del Prete added three hits and four RBI. Mike Ruzek and Jimmy Burke each had three hits, two RBI and a double.
Kevin Maroney collected two hits and two RBI while Greg Zabel and Michael Klotz picked up an RBI each on two hits. Tyler Della Badia also stroked two hits while Steven Berger, James Wheeler and William Hubbard added one apiece.
Defensively, Klotz continued to sparkle on the mound as he went three flawless innings, lowering his ERA to 1.50. He was relieved by Holt who pitched a solid fourth inning. Colin Grimm played the role of closer as he pitched a near perfect fifth inning. Hubbard was stellar in the outfield.
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SAFETY AWARENESS Coloring Book Contest
Win Somerset Patriot Baseball Tickets
PARENTS! Stop in to Door Boy to enter and pick up a FREE copy of “Tom Cat Discovers Garage Door
Openers” safety coloring book while supplies last. Please join Door Boy as we work to increase awareness of the possible
hazards of garage doors and automatic opener systems, and the need for periodic inspection and maintenance to keep them safe.
Children must not play near moving doors and must keep their hands clear of section joints, hinges, springs and other door parts.
Contest ends August 4, 2000
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2000 RAIDER SOCCER CAMP
at Scotch PlainsFanwood High School
Director: Tom Breznitsky – SPF Boys’ Varsity Coach
in association with
THE DUTCH SOCCER ACADEMY
Director: Roger Bongaerts – European Training Specialist
• Novice to Advanced • Ability Grouping • Kinder Soccer Program
• Tactical Camp for Teams • Goalkeepers School • Indoor Facilities • Family Discounts
Tom Breznitsky – (908) 3226102
Boys’ Varsity Soccer Coach, Scotch PlainsFanwood High School
Home of the ’87, ’89, ’91, ’92, ’95, ’97, ’98 NJ State Champions Boys Soccer Team
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L S SESSION II – July 31August 4
Early Registration Discount
ALLAMERICAN… Jessica Ballweg, center, a junior at Union Catholic High School in Scotch Plains is shown with her plaque designating her a member of the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA)/ Adidas All American Team. Shown with her are her coaches, Jim Revel, left, and Bill White. Ballweg helped the Vikings win their thirdstraight Union County Soccer Tournament in the fall. The team went on to the Parochial A North Finals. Ballweg was also selected as an Under 16 and Under 17 National Team All American. She trained with the Women’s Under 18 National Team in March at the ARCO Olympic Training Center in Chula Vista, California. Most recently, she traveled to Bulgaria with the Under 18 National Team and participated in the US Youth Adidas Cup in Houston in June with the Under 17 National Team. Ballweg is part of a pool of players who are competing for a future place on the Women’s National Team.
WTA Men’s Masters Tennis Ladder Told
The Men’s Masters Tennis Ladder results as of July 16 are listed below. The number of matches completed are listed next to each player. The next reporting period ends on July 30. Members are reminded that 8 games must be played by Labor Day in order to qualify for the postseason tournament. The ladder coordinator this year is Mike McGlynn. Please use the reporting number (908) 3170001 to report matches. The Men’s Master ladder is for men playing singles tennis and aged 50 and over.
1. Mike McGlynn (6) 2. Dewey Rainville (5) 3. Hugh Colemen (2) 4. Len Albanese (2) 5. Irwin Bernstein (5) 6. Joe Gazdak (4) 7. Donald Dohm (1) Charles Carl (3) # Ted Moss *
# Dropped from ladder (moved) * No games registered to date
Westfield Blue 12s Sponsor Fiorino Baseball Tourney
The Westfield Blue baseball team is sponsoring its third annual John Fiorino Memorial Baseball Tournament on July 2223 at Gumbert Field in Westfield.
Westfield’s Blue 12s began sponsoring the tournament two years ago in memory of John Fiorino, a father of three who died in 1998. His oldest son, Vincent, is a pitcher— and sluggeron the Westfield Blue team.
Participating in the tournament are teams from Berkeley Heights, Roselle Park, Edison, Elmora, New Providence, Union, Summit, Scotch Plains, West Caldwell, Glen Ridge and Warren.
The tournament will begin at 9: 00 a. m. on July 22, and at 11: 00 a. m. on July 23. The playoff game will be held on July 25 and the championship game on July 27. Both of these games will begin at 6: 00 p. m.
In addition to the baseball games, the boys will participate in a skills tournament in which they will demonstrate the accuracy and range of their throwing. Trophies will be awarded for the skills tournament.
Refreshments will be available at the tournament, a free event. Gumbert Field is at Fourth and South Chestnut Streets in Westfield.
Scotch Hills Women Tell Golf Results
A spokeswoman for the Scotch Hills Women’s Golf Association of Scotch Plains announced the winning team of the “Grandmothers’” tournament held July 11.
FLIGHT A Low gross: Margaret Hickey 42
First low net: Hickey, Elsie Blanchette and Linnea Rhodes 30
FLIGHT B Low gross: Mary Shea 45
First low net: Shea 27
Second low net: Alice Yorks, Drina Erhard and Petie Prybylski 29
FLIGHT C Low gross: June McCarthy 50
First low net: Mildred Orlando 25
Second low net: Dolores Veghte, McCarthy and Carole Katz 29
Low putts: Nancy Pharess and Betts Suttman 14
Chipins: Yorks, #3; Suttman and Phyllis Coumbe, #6; Erhard, #8, BJ Morgan, #1
Birdies: Rhodes and Pat Kelly, #8; Yorks, #3, Prybylski, #9
Eagles: Erhard, #2.
WTA Men’s Singles Tennis Ladder Told:
Thirtyone matches were played in this reporting period with newcomers Rohan Douglas, Robert Bilotti (908) 2337919, Donald Dohm and David Ellner joining. Tom Shannon’s number is (908) 7894040. Inactive players were bumped three ladder rungs reminding participants that it is better to play and lose than not play at all! Challenge someone you have never played before and spice up your game.
Eight ladder participants have already attained playoff eligibility by playing the eight required matches, many others are a few matches away. Remember to get your matches in because there are only three reporting periods left. Next reporting period ends July 30. Please report match results to Frank DeSantis at (908) 3170001.
1. Vince Camuto (9) 24. Devin Power (4) 2. Robert Errazo (10) 25. L. Seltzer( 3) 3. Gary Wasserman( 5) 26. SteveSatkin( 10) 4. Steve Parker (3) 27. Ross Errazo( 3) 5. Russ Finestein( 5) 28. Dave Ferio( 6) 6. Mike Gonella( 8) 29. Jeff Sobel( 1) 7. Allan Yu( 4) 30. D. Rainville( 6) 8. Chris Callahan( 3) 31. Tyun Diep( 4) 9. Jason Sprung( 2) 32. AndrewRoss( 8) 10. Tom Shannon( 2) 33. M. Sananman( 4) 11. Frank DeSantis( 16) 34. Ernie Jacob( 4) 12. Jaime Celorio( 3) 35. E. Budashewitz( 4) 13. Steven Kreutzer( 2) 36. DonaldDohm( 1) 14. John Mancini( 5) 37. ChrisWendel( 6) 15. Chris Camuto( 6) 38. H. Coleman( 3) 16. Jim Osislo( 5) 39. Ted Moss( 2) 17. Ty Lamcheck( 7) 40. Alan Lo( 1) 18. Peter Yu( 4) 41. D. Armstrong( 3) 19. Simon Lee (6) 42. Mike Walters( 3) 20. Allan Chou (6) 43. BarneyVeres( 4) 21. Weldon Chin( 8) 44. RobertBilotti( 1) 22. Rohan Douglas( 1) 45. David Ellner (1) 23. Jim Bender (10) 46. Achim Bueckle
PUBLIC NOTICE TOWNSHIP OF SCOTCH PLAINS
PLANNING BOARD NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that at the Planning Board Meeting of the Township of Scotch Plains held on July 5, 2000, the application of Charles Frank for The Pet Shanty, 2507 Rt. 22, West, Block No. 4802, Lot No. 8, for waiver of site plan and permission to install a portable greenhouse to store plants and fish for ponds was approved. This action was memorialized by the Board at the meeting of July 17, 2000. The file pertaining to this application is in the Office of the Planning Board and is available for inspection during regular office hours.
Barbara Horev Secretary to the Planning Board 1 T – 7/ 20/ 00, The Times Fee: $16.83
PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE OF AWARD OF CONTRACT FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICES BY THE TOWNSHIP OF SCOTCH PLAINS
CONTRACTOR: Michael R. Buchalski, Buchalski, Reynolds, & Brodowski, 400 West Main Street, Freehold, New Jersey 07728.
NATURE OF SERVICE: Appointed to assist the municipality in the tax appeal filed by Bell Atlantic involving property located at 1000 Cellar Avenue. Lot No. 2 in Block No. 13701.
DURATION: Until completion of service.
AMOUNT: Not to exceed $7,000.
THE RESOLUTION AND CONTRACT FOR SAME ARE ON FILE IN THE OFFICE OF THE TOWNSHIP CLERK.
Barbara Riepe Township Clerk 1 T – 7/ 20/ 00, The Times Fee: $17.85
PUBLIC NOTICE TOWN OF WESTFIELD BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT
Notice is hereby given that Westfield Board of Adjustment adopted Resolutions at its July 10, 2000 meeting for the following applications heard at its June 12, 2000 meeting:
1. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Coltrera, 1024 Boulevard seeking permission to construct a deck which would be located partly in the rear and partly in the side yard – granted. 2. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Pyle, 307
North Euclid Avenue seeking permission to erect an addition – granted. 3. Andrew and Patricia Ertman, 600
Lawrence Avenue seeking permission to construct a second story addition over an existing side porch – granted. 4. Michael J. Oates, 1070 Lawrence
Avenue seeking permission to erect a front entry building addition – granted. 5. Paul Schwartz, 733 Oak Avenue
seeking permission to erect an addition – granted. 6. Jennifer S. Scutti, 102 Rodger Avenue seeking permission to construct a two car garage in the rear
yard and a second story addition for a recreation – granted. 7. Richard and Denise Mele, 15 Tudor
Oval seeking permission to erect an addition – granted. 8. Amy and Andrew Horowitz, 302
Wychwood Road seeking permission to retain driveway expansion – granted with conditions.
Colleen Mayer, Secretary Board of Adjustment 1 T – 7/ 20/ 00, The Leader Fee: $36.72
PUBLIC NOTICE TOWNSHIP OF SCOTCH PLAINS
NOTICE is hereby given that at a meeting of the Township Council of the Township of Scotch Plains, held in the Council Chambers in the Municipal Building of said Township on Tuesday, July 11, 2000, there was introduced, read for the first time, and passed on such first reading, and ordinance entitled:
AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR THE APPROPRIATION OF UNION COUNTY GRANT FUNDS THROUGH A UNION COUNTY BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS SENIOR FOCUS GRANT
Purpose: To provide the necessary funding for improvements at Scotch Hills County Club which serves as both a social and recreational center that benefits our senior population. A public hearing will be held on Tuesday, August 8, 2000, at 8: 00 p. m. in the Council Chambers of the Municipal Building, or any time and place to which a meeting for the further consideration of such ordinance shall from time to time be adjourned, and all persons interested will be given an opportunity to be heard concerning such ordinance.
A copy of same may be obtained from the office of the Township Clerk, 430 Park Avenue, Scotch Plains, New Jersey, between the hours of 9: 00 a. m. and 4: 00 p. m. Monday through Friday by any member of the general public who wants a copy of same without cost.
Barbara Riepe Township Clerk 1 T – 7/ 20/ 00, The Times Fee: $33.15
PUBLIC NOTICE SHERIFF’S SALE
SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY, CHANCERY DIVISION, UNION COUNTY, DOCKET NO. F71700.
GREENPOINT MORTGAGE CORPORATION, PLAINTIFF vs. SPIROS SIPSIS, ETALS, DEFENDANT.
CIVIL ACTION, WRIT OF EXECUTION, DATED MAY 10, 2000 FOR SALE OF MORTGAGED PREMISES.
By virtue of the abovestated writ of execution to me directed I shall expose for sale by public vendue, at the Union County, Administration Building, 1st Floor, 10 Elizabeth Town Plaza, Elizabeth, New Jersey on WEDNESDAY THE 26TH DAY OF JULY A. D., 2000 at two o’clock in the afternoon of said day. All successful bidders must have 20% of their bid available in cash or certified check at the conclusion of the sales.
The judgment amount is ONEHUNDRED FOUR THOUSAND SIXHUNDRED THIRTEEN & 12/ 100 ($ 104,613.12).
MUNICIPALITY: Elizabeth. COUNTY: UNION STATE OF NEW JERSEY.
STREET & STREET NO.: 831 Gebhardt Avenue.
TAX BLOCK NO. AND LOT NO.: BLOCK NO.: 771 LOT NO.: 10. DIMENSIONS OF LOT: Irregular lot size. NEAREST CROSS STREET: 280 feet from Monmouth Road.
There is due approximately the sum of ONEHUNDRED NINE THOUSAND ONEHUNDRED TEN & 26/ 100 ($ 109,110.26) 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 WILLIAM M. E. POWERS, JR., CHARTERED 737 Stokes Road P. O. Box 1088 Medford, New Jersey 080559962 CH755302 (WL) 4 T 6/ 29, 7/ 6, 7/ 13 & 7/ 20/ 00 Fee: $173.40
PUBLIC NOTICE TOWN OF WESTFIELD ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL
Take notice that application has been made to Mayor and Council of the Town of Westfield, 425 East Broad Street Westfield, New Jersey, 07090, for a Person to Person and Place to Place transfer of Plenary Retail Consumption Liquor License No. 202033001004 from its current holder, Benjamin Michael, Inc., t/ a Galata’s, operating at 114 Central Avenue, Westfield, New Jersey, 07090, to RoseTamb Management, L. L. C. which will operate at One Elm Street, Westfield, New Jersey, 07090. The person who will hold an interest in this license is: RoseTamb Management, L. L. C., 53 Lenape Lane, Montville, New Jersey, 07045; whose sole members are Harold Rosenbaum and Nenad Tamburin.
Rose Tamb Management, L. L. C. Arthur P. Attenasio, Esq. DiFRANCESCO, KUNZMAN, COLEY,
YOSPIN, BERNSTEIN & BATEMAN 15 Mountain Boulevard Warren, New Jersey 07059
(908) 7577800, Ext. 154 Attorneys for Applicant 2 T – 7/ 20/ 00 and
7/ 27/ 00, The Leader Fee: $52.02
WTA Women’s Singles Tennis Ladder Told:
Listed below are the current standings for the Westfield Tennis Association Women’s Singles Ladder, which reflect a few upsets among the 46 matches played through July 16. Inactive players have been dropped from the standings. Players who wish to be listed must play and report some matches. Names with numbers in parentheses after them indicate matches played.
Eight matches must be played by Labor Day, September 4, in order to be eligible for the playoffs. Players can access weekly updated standings on WTA’s website: www. westfieldnj. com/ wta by clicking on Womens Singles (under Ladders), then Standings, then Recent. Further information about rules or joining the ladder is available by calling Jean Power at (908) 6547418 (or Email at JBPUMPIRON@ aol. com). The next reporting period will conclude at 8 p. m. July 30. Because of the increased volume of matches played, match scores should be reported within 24 hours (weekend scores by 9 p. m. Sunday evening) to J. Power at (908) 6547418.
1. Cindy Fechter (12) 26. KathyO’Neill( 9) 2. Wendi Cohen (7) 27. J. Sweetwood( 6) 3. JoAnn Purdy (8) 28. S. Minken (10) 4. Rosemarie Kulp (8) 29. M. Gundrum (6) 5. Jean Power (7) 30. S. Schuster (7) 6. Liz Mitchell (10) 31. CaroleSmillie( 6) 7. Clara Karnish (6) 32. Mimi Fritz (16) 8. Deirdre Hewett (13) 33. D. Barabas( 9) 9. Sherri Bender (12) 34. T. Wasilewski( 9) 10. Karen Dorne (10) 35. DianeFleming( 6) 11. Vanessa Barber (6) 36. R. Winnicker (6) 12. Evelyn Matino (8) 37. Liz Fischer (8) 13. Andrea Krest (9) 38. Ellen Smith (7) 14. H. Wasserman (8) 39. C. Clevenger( 3) 15. Kristen Kolek (10) 40. TerryPalmer( 8) 16. Lisa Berkower (8) 41. AnneColucci( 9) 17. Marci Fisher (10) 42. A. MacRitchie (1) 18. Michelle Fine (12) 43. L. Coleman (2) 19. Pat Page (9) 44. Lisa Alter (1) 20. Janet Cornell (10) 45. Kelly Yang (1) 21. Leslie Streit (5) 46. Clare Minick (0) 22. T. Tamborlane (12) 47. R. Thomsen (0) 23. Deirdre Gelinne (12) 48. S. Machlowitz (0) 24. Janice Honymar (7) 49. Jan Velasco (0) 25. Maria Iarochenko (9) 50. K. Coleman (0)
David B. Corbin for The Westfield Leader and The Times YOU BETTER SAY I’M SAFE… St. Patrick’s Lee DiDonato looks to make sure that the umpire makes a safe call after sliding into second. Mike Hayeck of St. Thomas waits to catch the ball.
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