SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY, CHANCERY DIVISION, UNION COUNTY, DOCKET NO. F-19609-97. COUNTRYWIDE FUNDING CORPORATION, A NEW YORK CORP, PLAINTIFF vs. OSCAR A. SOSA AND NANCY SOSA, HIS WIFE; IN TRAINING HEALTH SPA, DEFENDANT. CIVIL ACTION, WRIT OF EXECUTION, DATED JUNE 26, 1998 FOR SALE OF MORTGAGED PREMISES. By virtue of the above-stated writ of execution to me directed I shall expose for sale by public vendue, on the 6th Floor of the Union County Court House (Tower) 2 Broad Street, Elizabeth, New Jersey on WEDNESDAY THE 30TH DAY OF SEPTEMBER A.D., 1998 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 $137,809.32. The property to be sold is located in the City of Elizabeth, County of Union and State of New Jersey. It is commonly known as 822 Emerson Avenue, Elizabeth, New Jersey. It is known and designated as Block No. 10, Lot No. 602. The dimensions are 40 feet wide 100 feet long. Nearest cross street: Situate on the southwesterly line of Emerson Avenue, 380.00 feet from the southeasterly line of Verona Avenue. Prior lien(s): None. There is due approximately the sum of $141,460.48 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 STERN, LAVINTHAL, NORGAARD & KAPNICK (LIVINGSTON), Attorney Suite 300 293 Eisenhower Parkway Livingston, New Jersey 07039-1711 CH-753996 (WL) 4 T 9/3, 9/10 9/17 & 9/24/98 Fee: $183.60
Williams Nursery to Hold Food Drive to Fight Hunger
WESTFIELD — Williams Nursery, 524 Springfield Avenue in Westfield, will sponsor its first food drive on Saturday and Sunday, Oc
tober 3 and 4, to support the Community Foodbank of New Jersey. Each person who brings in a can of food on either day of the food drive will receive a free hay ride. Hay rides will take place from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. “This is a great opportunity for families to show their support in the fight for hunger,” said David Williams, a partner at Williams Nursery. “In the leadership program that I recently graduated from, I got to visit the Foodbank of South Jersey, and helped out in a soup kitchen. Until then, I didn’t realize that hunger is such a problem right in our own backyard,” he added. According to the Foodbank of New Jersey, almost 1 million people in the state are hungry, and more than half of them are children and the elderly. Foods from the protein group are most urgently needed, including canned meats, fish, chili, peanut butter (in plastic jars), and macaroni and cheese, according to Mr. Williams. For more information, he may be reached at (908) 232-4076 or (908) 654-3543. Individuals may visit the store’s Internet Web site at www.williams-nursery.com, or visit their store for a complete list of items that are most needed for the food drive.
Enrichment Center Offers Three Programs for Fall
WESTFIELD — The Enrichment Center of Westfield has announced three fall programs for high school juniors and seniors. For juniors who will be taking the Preliminary Scholastic Assessment Test (PSAT)/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test on Saturday, October 17, or Tuesday, October 20, The Enrichment Center offers a 10hour intensive introduction and preparation course. Test-taking techniques and content areas will be taught using actual PSAT tests for practice. Saturday and Sunday morning classes begin the weekend of Saturday, September 12. Thursday evening classes begin on September 17. Seniors who are taking the SAT for the final time are offered an eighthour intensive review session. These classes begin the weekend of September 12. New materials will be used to accommodate former students who want to refresh their skills. For the SAT II, hour-long subject
matter tests, The Enrichment Center offers review classes in biology, chemistry, and writing. Private sessions are available for history and mathematics. These classes also begin the weekend of September 12. All classes at the center are taught by certified teachers experienced in their subject fields. Private sessions in mathematics or verbal skills are also available. The Enrichment Center has ample, on-site, free parking and is air conditioned. For more information, to receive a brochure, or to register, please call The Enrichment Center at (908) 6540110. Classes are limited to eight students and have already begun filling, so the center has advised interested individuals to register as soon as possible. A brochure is also available for reinforcement and enrichment classes for students in kindergarten through grade 12. Amy Tahl Named President
Of Junior Women’s Club
WESTFIELD — The Junior Women’s Club of Westfield began the new business year with its first meeting on September 1. The club has also chosen a new executive board for the 1998-1999 year. Amy Tahl will serve as President, with Beth Lambert as First Vice President, Sherry Boll as Second Vice President, Linda Venezia as Treasurer, and Kim Shovlin as Secretary. The club, a non-profit organization, is already preparing for a very busy year of community service projects. Its efforts include monthly donations to local families in need, a fifth-grade spelling bee, the Holiday Wish Tree sponsored by St. Helen’s Roman Catholic Church in Westfield, local scholarship funds, a coat drive and an annual Grand Auction. “We are excited about the year ahead. The club has a very strong membership as well as numerous prospective members,” said Ms. Shovlin. “Everyone pitches in, and in the end, it is very rewarding to be able to give back to the community,
NEW YEAR BEGINNING…Members of the 1998-1999 Executive Board of the Junior Women’s Club of Westfield gather to make plans for the year ahead. Pictured, left to right, are: Linda Venezia, Treasurer; Sherry Boll, Second VicePresident; Amy Tahl, President; Kim Shovlin, Secretary, and Beth Lambert, First Vice-President.
while making great friends.” For more information on the Junior Women’s Club of Westfield, please visit the organization’s Internet Web site at: www.westfieldnj.com/jwcw, or send e-mail to jwcw@westfieldnj. com.
H. Glenn Tucker Becomes Name Partner In Newark Law Firm
WESTFIELD — Westfield resident H. Glenn Tucker recently became a name partner at the Newark law firm of Greenberg Dauber Epstein and Tucker. Mr. Tucker has been a partner with
the firm in the corporate law department since 1989. He is a member of the Board of Directors of the Corporate and Business Law Section of the New Jersey State Bar Association. Mr. Tucker is also a member of the Business Law Section of the American Bar Association. The law firm partner is a graduate of Duke University in Durham, North Carolina, and of the Duke University School of Law.
H. Glenn Tucker Westfield Jaycees Sponsor
Art Safety Display at Library
WESTFIELD — The Helmet Safety Committee of the Westfield Jaycees is sponsoring a Humpty Dumpty Art for Safety Exhibit this month at the Westfield Memorial Library, 550 East Broad Street in Wes t f i e l d. This exhibit is conducted in cooperation with the Humpty Dumpty Association, a 501 (c) (3), nonprofit organization, as a memorial to Paul Carallo, who was killed in 1990. Fifty colorful examples of Humpty Dumpty Art will be on display with an assortment of sport helmets and helmets used in the work force. This exhibit is part of the Humpty Dumpty Association’s efforts to
SAFETY CAMPAIGN…Julius Carallo, President and founder of the Humpty Dumpty Association, looks over the Art for Safety Exhibit on display this month at the Westfield Memorial Library. The goal of the exhibit, sponsored by the Westfield Jaycees in cooperation with the association, is to help prevent brain injury through the wearing of safety helmets.
lower the number of brain injuries in North America, according to Julius Carallo, President and founder of the association. Collectable Shafford sculpture, Applause and Avon figurines, along with watercolor lithographs, dolls, Royal Doulton picture plates, banks, salt and pepper shakers will be among the items on display. For information about the Westfield Jaycees, please call the Jaycees hot line at (908) 232-5123, or visit the organization’s Internet Web site at westfieldnj.com.
Hearing Society Begins Free Classes Today
WESTFIELD — The Hearing Society will commence its free lip reading and basic sign language classes today, Thursday, September 17, which will continue through May of 1999. Every Thursday, sign language is taught by a certified teacher from 9:15 to 10:15 a.m. After a short coffee break, basic lip reading is taught from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. Monthly “pot luck” lunches are planned, and an annual dinner is held in May for members, friends and the public to wrap up the season. The Society provides a scholarship for deaf students in the area who wish to continue their education in an accredited college. The organization is located at the First Baptist Church, 170 Elm Street in Westfield. Office hours are Thursdays, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., from mid September through May. For additional information, please call (908) 233-0266, V/ TTY. The mailing address is P.O. Box 2534, Westfield, 07091.
Students Offered Milk At Redeemer Lutheran
WESTFIELD Redeemer Lutheran School in Westfield has announced that low cost milk will be available to all children enrolled. In accordance with Child Nutrition Programs, no child will be discriminated against because of race, sex, color, national origin, age or handicap. Anyone who believes they have been discriminated against is advised to write immediately to the Secretary of Agriculture, Washington, D.C. 20250. Parents may call Roger Borchin at (908) 232-1592 for further information on the program.
Dinner Dance Benefit At Temple Emanu-El To Honor John Fiorino
WESTFIELD – Friends of the late John Fiorino will hold the first annual dinner-dance benefit in his honor on Saturday, November 7, at 7:30 p.m. at Temple Emanu-El, 756 East Broad Street in Westfield. The cost is $50 per person, and includes a buffet dinner, beer, wine, soda, dessert, a disk jockey and a silent auction. For tickets or further information, including volunteers, please call Mike Kenny at (908) 232-7089, Nick Gismondi at (908) 654-1753, or Bill Ludlum at (908) 789-9083. For silent auction donations, please call Jim Heffernan at (908) 232-3087.