Westfield:
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Scotch Plains/Fanwood:
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dot.jpg (865 bytes) Bd. Turns Down Use Of Garage As Living Qts.
Cranford:
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Garwood:
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Region:
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Bd. to Dump AIG, OK Ballot Printing Contracts
 

Editorial: Budgets Are Hard to Decipher; Reports Should be Open and Clear
This Week's Cartoon

HAPPY 100...The Ladies Auxiliary of Children’s Specialized Hospital in Mountainside celebrate the Auxiliary’s 100th anniversary last Sunday afternoon at 16 Prospect Bistro in Westfield. Pictured, from left to right, are: Vernon and Dale Barback, Gail Sloan, Janet Jackson and Sally Brown. Ms. Barback is president of the Summit Twig. Ms. Jackson and Ms. Brown are past presidents of the Auxiliary, and Ms. Sloan is the current president.



COMPETING IN THE ELITE 12...Blue Devil John Barnes, left, ties up with Derrik Russell (Jackson Memorial) in the NJSIAA 130-lb second round wrestleback. 

Week In Sports: Blue Devil Barnes Advanced To NJSIAA Mat Quarterfinal;
Basketball Raider Boys Sting Mendham, in Sectional; DeLaFuente, Meserole Break WHS Swim Records at MOC; Lady Lions Edge Blue Devils In Section Basketball - Photos
 

Devil's Den: Most Memorable Moments No. 6: Dec. 3, 1977


Sykes chats with Leader/Times

CURBING HER HABIT:
Wanda Sykes talks with Leader/Times before appearing 
in Rahway
IDES HAVE IT:
March 15 Oratorio Concert features new T. Johnson work
STRINGS THEORY:
Six Strings rock XX Roads
PITY THE FOOL
WCP performs Simon comedy
ICING ON CAKE:
'Casey' scores with puck fans, readers
KNOWS NO BOUNDS:
Nwk Museum celebrates centennial

MAKING CONTACTS...Some 30 members of the Scotch Plains Business and Professional Association and the Fanwood Business and Professional Association attended the groups’ first Networking Night of the year last Thursday at the Scotch Plains Rescue Squad.
 

Government Reform Thought: The county, local towns and school boards in the future need to be  required to list what their budget deficits would be if they kept spending levels at the previous year. - See Year-to-date Reform Thoughts. 



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