September 25, 2008
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Fanny Wood Day Sunday, noon to 5 p.m.

Super Contracts

New County Task Force to Target Rise in Unsolved Homicides

08 Election

Westfield:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) WECARE Presses Council On Vacant-Buildings
dot.jpg (865 bytes) DWC Discusses October Promo., Store Openings
dot.jpg (865 bytes) BOE Assesses Curriculum, Programs
Scotch Plains/Fanwood:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Council, Former Officials Praise Atkins
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Wheeler, Huegel Discuss Taxes, Shared Services
dot.jpg (865 bytes) BOE Hears Support For JV Lacrosse Team
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Board Reviews Installation Of Trailers at Terrill
Mountainside:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) BOE Adds Admin Position in Split Vote
Garwood:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Council Explores Renewable Energy Options
Area:
dot.jpg (865 bytes) RVSA Pulls Plug on Odor Control System Pact
dot.jpg (865 bytes) County to Form Task Force On Foreclosures

Cartoon

HARLEY’S ANGELS...Thousands of Rolling Thunder motorcyclists gathered in Warinanco Park in Roselle Sunday and drove to the New Jersey Vietnam Memorial in Holmdel, showing support for POWs and MIAs. The annual event, Ride For Freedom, attracts many spectators and well-wishers enroute and along the Parkway as they receive police escort.
 

Editorial: Are Newspapers Going the Way of Slide Rules?...Progress, while mostly a good thing, results in change and causes some casualties. The advent of personal computers left the typewriter business in the dust. Television has wiped out many movie theaters and washed away the dominance of radio. Does anyone use slide rules anymore now that calculators are easily available?
 

PROVIDING STIFF COMPETITION...Raider Aleksandra Szczuka provided stiff competition in her first singles match with Blue Devil Tara Criscuolo.
 

Week In Sports: Blue Devil Gridders Shut Out Kearny Kardinal Boys; No. 9 Blue Knights Trip Up SP-F Raider Gridders; Raider Soccer Boys Silence Plainfield Cardinal Boys; Blue Devil Soccer Boys Edge Cranford Cougars in OT; Blue Devil Net Girls Prepare For UCT; Stop Raiders - Photos
 



"Classically Sedaka"

NOT HARD TO DO:
Sedaka chats exclusively with Leader/Times
TAKE THESE BROKEN WINGS:
Blackbird soars at UCPAC
WE'RE TALKING BASEBALL:
Charity game raises funds for St. Barnabas
MODERN TIMES:
Modern man mixes folk, satire
I CHOOSE LIFE:
Holocaust memoir keeps memory alive
POPCORN:
Burn After Reading -
A Capital Satire (3 popcorns)

ON THE AIR...Fanwood Council Democratic candidates provide a videotaped interview last Friday at the newspaper office discussing their views for the voters’ consideration in the 
November 4 election. Pictured, left to right, are: editor Paul Peyton, councilwoman Joan Wheeler and Russell Huegel. The interview can be viewed at goleader.com/video.

Devil's Den: Tradition of Girls Tennis Big in Town, and at WHS
 

Publisher's View

Government Reform Thought: Anything we might say today pales in comparison to what's going on now in Washington D.C. over the world financial scandal and crisis. - See Year-to-date Reform Thoughts.
 

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