Westfield, Mountainside, Berkeley Heights, Scotch Plains, Fanwood, Union County, NJ - November 1, 2001

Special Election Edition 2001
Full Coverage and Biographies Begin on Page 6 - Roster of Polling Places Offered
VOTE ON NOVEMBER 6 Go to The Candidates & Results (November 6, 2001)

Publisher’s Note: This edition of The Westfield Leader and The Times of Scotch Plains-Fanwood is dedicated to your freedom and to your duty to uphold it; PLEASE VOTE. A review of all candidates for public office is provided within. To inform as many as possible, the newspapers have been printed and mailed as well as published today to the world on the Internet at www.goleader.com. Horace R. Corbin, Publisher


SCENE FROM GROUND ZERO...Pictured, above, a scene from the World Trade Center site, as observed by Westfielder Suzannah Plant and Lieutenant Bill W. Sheppard of Fanwood.

Westfield:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) GOP Incumbents Seek to Hold Off Dems
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Bagger, Kean, Munoz Vie for GOP Seats
dot.jpg (865 bytes) United Fund, DWC Aid Local WTC Families 
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Victoria's Secret Sign Called Explicit
Scotch Plains/Fanwood:
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dot.jpg (865 bytes) Redevelopment Is Focus of FW Candidates
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Regional:
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dot.jpg (865 bytes) Spera Says Linden Mayor Threatened Him
dot.jpg (865 bytes) District 22 Assembly Candidates Face-Off
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Editorials:  Next Legislature Must Give Voters Greater Say on Property Taxes and Redistricting; Process of Dividing Westfield's Wards Needs to Be Significantly Enhanced by 2001.


SCOOTING PAST A TIGRESS...Raider freshman Jenna Balestriere, No. 4, scoots past a Tiger defender. Balestriere assisted on a goal.

The Week In Sports: Raiders Win Sudden Victory; Top Soccer Devils, 2-1, in OT; Minutemen Footballers Chill Stunned Blue Devils, 28-0; No. 15 Cardinals Grab 34-27 Win Over Raider Gridders.


ARTIST OF WEEK:

Paul Simon (1941-     )
PEN & INK:
Has Rift Between Joisey, New Yawk Truly Changed Since Sept. 11?
BOOK CORNER:
"Twin Towers" by Angus Kress Gillespie
THE DINERS:
Area Dining Post 9-11
TAKE THE STAGE:
Has Show Gone On?
IN THE GALLERIES:
Healing Through Art


BABY BUG...Lounging in her flowered stroller, this 1-year-old Westfielder, Sophia, captured the title of "Cutest Baby" during the Downtown Westfield Corporation's first annual Halloween Costume Contest.
POPCORN: Riding In Cars With Boys: Moving Violations

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