Westfield, Mountainside, Berkeley Heights, Scotch Plains, Fanwood, Union Cty, NJ Newspaper Nov. 23, 2000
Steak House Restaurant Falls Through
New Westfield Stores Open In Time For Holiday
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TEAM WORK...Westfield firefighters perform an extrication drill using the “Jaws of Life” during Sunday’s open house as part of the department’s 125th anniversary. The event was held at the North Avenue fire headquarters.
Westfield:
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Scotch Plains/Fanwood:
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FROM THE COUNTY
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Editorial: Joisey Humor on Voting Recounts, The Woild Ain’t No Poifect Place.
Commentary: We Should Give Thanks for All We Enjoy As Citizens of Free and Prosperous Nation.
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THE JENKINS FACTOR…The Plainfield Cardinals will have to deal with the hard running of Blue Devil Terrence Jenkins, No. 5, on Thanksgiving Day. Last year, Plainfield defeated Westfield, 20-14.
The Week In Sports: Westfield Leads Seres 47-41-7 as Devil Gridmen Hope to Halt Two Year Skid to Cardinals; Wolfpack Wins ‘Dog’ Fight and Stops Raider Gridmen, 21-14; Lady Soccer Raiders Finish Season With 10-7-1 Record; Devil XC ‘Pac’ Finishes Ninth at Meet of Champs; No. 9 Caldwell V’ballers Defeat Viking Girls.

PEOPLE

Lou Diamond Phillips
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POPCORN
Men of Honor, Trustworthy Entertainment
FOR KIDS
Santa Works With SPBPA To Send Wishes to North Pole
THE MAIN INGREDIENT
Locke-Ober Indian Pudding and Cranberry Pecan Relish

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WITNESSES TO HISTORY…Former Tuskegee Airmen George Reed, left, and Thomas Tindall gave the keynote address November 2 during the Westfield Y Black Achievers’ third annual Awards Banquet at The Westwood in Garwood. The men, both members of the C.B. Govan Chapter of Tuskegee Airmen, Inc., presented a pictorial display and oral history of the organization. Joining them is Natalie Tyler, Teen Director at the Y.

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