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SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY, CHANCERY DIVISION, UNION COUNTY, DOCKET NO. F-18467-96.
CITICORP MORTGAGE INC., PLAINTIFF vs. EDISON W. PEREZ, ET ALS., DEFENDANT.
CIVIL ACTION, WRIT OF EXECUTION, DATED OCTOBER 20, 1997 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 10TH DAY OF FEBRUARY A.D., 1999 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 $186,215.22. All that certain land and premises situated in the City of Elizabeth, County of Union, State of New Jersey, being more particularly described as follows:
Lot No. 922; Block No. 4 on the Tax Map of the City of Elizabeth.
Nearest Cross Street: Carteret Street. Approximate Dimensions: 25.00 feet by 189.28 feet by 12.80 feet by 18.00 feet by 200.00 feet.
Being more commonly known as: 678 Maple Avenue, Elizabeth, New Jersey 07202.
There is due approximately the sum of $191,713.73 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 HILL WALLACK, Attorney 202 Carnegie Center Princeton, New Jersey 08543-5226 CH-753494 (WL) 4 T 1/14, 1/21, 1/28 & 2/4/99 Fee: $165.24
swered, “I wasn’t ready and got a little careless in the beginning.”
The Cougars won the next five bouts to gain a 24-22 team lead. Cougar Mike Carbone gathered a takedown, a nearfall and a reversal to record a 7-2 decision at 135. Florio Hawkins was awarded four penalty points, an escape, a reversal and a two-point nearfall to pass Mike Natale, 9-4, at 140. Cougar freshman Greg Donofrio edged Mike Grabel, 5-4, at 145, junior John Donofrio received a forfeit, then sophomore Bill Bennett received a “rock and tumble,” 12-11 decision over Marc Ricca at 160.
Bennett initiated the scoring with a spin-behind takedown in the first period, then added three reversals and two, two-point nearfalls in the second while Ricca got two reversals and a nearfall to make the score 126. Ricca roared back in the third with a penalty point, a reversal and a twopoint nearfall.
“I knew it was going to be an exciting match,” said Artigliere of the Bennett/Ricca match. “They are both alike. I know Bill and he is a tricky wrestler. They both do fun things out there.”
With respect to the five-straight bouts won by the Cougars, Artigliere commented, “I told them we just had to stay focused and don’t worry about the match in front of you or the one behind. Be concerned with your own match.”
Raider Josh Ricca broke the Cougars’ roar with a punishing disquali
fication victory over Efran Ortiz who was clearly stalling to avoid being pinned. Ricca picked up a penalty point in the first period, then added an escape, a spin-behind takedown and three more penalty points in the second.
Knowing that one more penalty point would mean disqualification, Artigliere instructed Ricca to let Ortiz escape. Ricca added another takedown to go ahead 9-1. Ortiz continued stalling. Finally, the ref had had enough. The bout was ended at 5:44. The Raiders regained the lead, 28-24.
Raider Gary Cousar rumbled onto the mat like a bronco bull at 189 to face Justin Tasky. Cousar hit a double-leg takedown and clamped Tasky in a cradle for two more points. Moments later, Cousar put the finishing touches on Tasky with a cradle.
Raider Jon Zommer had the unpleasant task of wrestling undefeated,
state qualifier Pat Ekstrom at 215. Ekstrom practiced several takedowns before benignly pinning Zommer with a half nelson in 1:11.
The team score was 34-30 in favor of the Raiders and the victory was still up for grabs entering the heavyweight class. With steam coming out of his nostrils and ears, Raider Jim Feeley was determined to insure the victory. Feeley blasted Vinnie Munoz with a double-leg takedown, then pinned him with a half nelson at the buzzer to end the
Raider Matmen Win Thriller Over Cougars in the ‘Jungle’
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Union County High School Wrestling Results: JANUARY 11: Shabazz 48, Plainfield 29
(Key Bouts) 119: — Larry Collings (P) p. Emanual Muhammad, 1:32
135: — Mike Stembridge (P) p. Hassan Braham, 1:26
189: — Aaron Morton (P) tf. Jonnie Closs, 19-4, 5:59
215: — Nick Graham (S) p. Charles Baker, 2:36
JANUARY 13: Governor Livingston 35, North Plainfield 27
The Highlander big guns, Brett Vanderveer, Kris Lecomte and Tim Marcantonio shot down their opponents by recording falls. The
119: — Nick Griffith (N) p. Bill Lentis, :17
125: — Brett Vanderveer (GL) won by forfeit
130: — John Regenye (GL) tf. Edwin DeLeon, 18-3
135: — Tom Keogh (N) d. Kevin Nadrowski, 13-9
140: — Kris Lecomte (GL) p. Greg Monticello, 1:58
145: — Dan Reichard (GL) p. Matt Valesquez, 5:58
152: — Ryan Boyd (N) p. Mike Meyer, 3:55
160: — Tim Marcantonio (GL) p. Charles Cruz, 3:23
171: — Joe Keane (N) won by forfeit
189: — Mike Farrell (GL) d. John Pinero, 8-7
215: — Fred Williams (GL) d. Scott Senna, 9-3
Hwt: — Nick Parlapanedes (N) p. Steve Hoesly, :49
New Providence 53, Newark Central 27
Pioneer sensation Donnie DeFilippis finally let opposing coaches and wrestlers know in what weight class he was really going to settle. The Pioneers upped their record to 3-0.
(Key bouts) 125: — Gilbert Rivera (NC) p. Jay Desher, 1:50
140: — Donnie DeFilippis (NP) won by forfeit 145: — Albert Waters (NC) md. Max Silva, 17-4
152: — Jeff Merril (NP) won by disqualification over Jesufa Kieta
160: — Mike Hieber (NP) tf. Eric McCoy, 18-1
171: — Odel Walters (NC) d. Pete Holderied, 17-11
189: — Ron Fiorilli (NP) p. Anthony Thomas, 1:16
Rahway 42, East Brunswick 15
The Indians improved to 3-0 and are looking forward to their big showdown with Roselle Park.
103: — Keith Richings (E) d. Gene Ronkiewicz, 3-0
112: — Blake Jackson (R.) p. Eric Ng, 1:36
119: — Rob Burnett (R.) d. Nick Yannazzo, 8-7
125: — Louis Ott (R.) won by forfeit
130: — Chris Yannazzo (E) d. Jamie Frazier, 10-5
135: — Jessie Campanelli (R.) d. Sam Mull, 8-2
140: — Shaun Stueber (R.) p. Dave Koenigsberg, 2:29
145: — Dan Freer (R.) d. Matt Kolbeck, 10-9
152: — Tom Petrusko (R.) d. Ben Godard, 14-7
160: — Gary Ronkiewicz (R.) Gael Marchal, 5-4
171: — Jimmy Gagnon (E) p. Mike Corso, 1:19
189: — Tom Corio (E) d. Andy Roesch, 3-0
215: — Danny Garay (R.) p. James
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Public notice is hereby given that an ordinance of which the following is a copy was introduced, read and passed on first reading by the Westfield Board of Health at a meeting held on January 11, 1999. The Board of Health will further consider the same for final passage on February 1, 1999 at 5:30 p.m. The meeting will be held in the Administrative Conference Room of the Westfield Municipal Building located at 425 East Broad Street, Westfield, New Jersey; at which time and place members of the public will be given an opportunity to be heard concerning said ordinance.
Marylou Fashano Board Secretary
GENERAL ORDINANCE NO. 80
An ordinance by the Board of Health of the Town of Westfield to amend Ordinance No. 79 of the Board of Health entitled “An ordinance relating to salaries of officers and employees of the Board of Health of the Town of Westfield, County of Union, State of New Jersey.”
Be it ordained by the Board of Health of the Town of Westfield, County of Union, State of New Jersey, that General Ordinance No. 79 entitled as above be amended as follows:
The following annual salaries are hereby fixed for officers and employees of the Board of Health and shall be retroactively payable from January 1, 1999.
Senior Sanitarian $50,319.00 (Base Pay) $2,516.00 (Longevity) $52,835.00 (Total)
Sanitarian $43,179.00 (Base Pay) $431.00 (Longevity) $43,610.00 (Total)
Secretary $30,485.00 (Base Pay) $1,167.00 (Longevity)
$600.00 (Board Secretary) $32,252.00 (Total)
Part Time Secretary $11.63 (per hour)
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first period. “This was a very special match for me and for us to win,” concluded Artigliere.
103: — Lucas Francavilla (SPF) p. Pat Daly, 4:49
112: — Dave Loewinger (SPF) p. Dan Genovese, 1:16
119: — Greg Brown (C) p. Mike Loewinger, 3:10
125: — Charlie Tripet (SPF) p. Luke Russo, 3:06
130: — Tony Melendez (SPF) md. Bob Verhoeven, 14-2
135: — Mike Carbone (C) d. A. J. Romeo, 7-2
140: — Florio Hawkins (C) d. Mike Natale, 9-4
145: — Greg Donofrio (C) d. Mike Grabel, 5-4
152: — John Donofrio (C) won by forfeit
160: — Bill Bennett (C) d. Marc Ricca, 12-11
171: — Josh Ricca (SPF) won by disqualification over Efran Ortiz, 5:44
189: — Gary Cousar (SPF) p. Justin Tansky, :54
215: — Pat Ekstrom (C) p. Jon Zommer, 1:11
Hwt: — Jim Feeley (SPF) p. Vinnie Munoz, 2:00 Kingston, 5:37
Hwt: — Jon Garay (R.) d. Dennis Bruno, 3-2
Union 51, Kearny 24
The Farmers upped their record to 3-0.
103: — Dare Ajibade (U) p. Angel Laporte, 3:03
112: — Phil Maffel (U) p. Ming Lee, 1:45
119: — Mike Yannell (U) d. Rob Digravina, 10-4
125: — Graham Markel (U) won by injury default
130: — Santiago Almeida (K) won by forfeit
135: — Dave Cordoba (K) p. Jeff Bubnowski, 1:29
140: — Marlo Blas (K) d. Robert Mann, 6-4
145: — Justin Finnerty (U) p. Mike Badea, 3:49
152: — Anthony Alves (U) p. John DiGravina, 3:47
160: — Dave Pignatore (U) p. Ricky Rivera, 3:56
171: — Barry Stein (U) p. Brian Wood, :30
189: — Ben Furtado (K) d. Jason Cross, 14-8
215: — Anthony Distano (K) p. Robert Ramirez, 1:04
Hwt: — Mike Lodato (U) p. Dimitri Georgillis, :35
A. L. Johnson 51, Ridge 21 103: — James Color (J) d. Kyle Sezits, 53
112: — Tom McDermott (J) md. Rob Vohden, 11-1
119: — Rick Vohden (R) p. Chris O’Reilly, :57
125: — Tyler Zaborsky (R) p. Jason Hirst, 1:26
130: — Ryan Best (J) p. Mike Schwartz, 2:26
135: — Mark Miller (J) p. Chris Pedicine, 2:28
140: — Ethan Margolis (R) p. Ed Nowak, 3:06
145: — Joe Majocha (J) d. Dan Hocowitz, 9-3
152: — Todd DeWitt (J) tf. John Runyon, 18-1, 5:45
160: — Mike Hogan (J) p. Drew Fuller, 3:21
171: — Mike Mergott (J) p. Alex Williams, 1:09
189: — Evan Schumacher (R) d. Bill Harris, 12-6
215: — Matt Bobertz (J) p. John Cozens, 1:13
Hwt: — Ryan Peters (J) p. Dana Sabatino, :32
Bound Brook 50, David Brearley 25 (Key Bouts) 119: — Atlay Vigilante (DB) p. Aziel Madrid, 2:57
125: — Stefano Serrazino (DB) p. Tom Lee, 1:05
130: — Joe Ruggiero (DB) d. Brian Patullo, 15-11
145: — Ryan McNair (BB) d. Attila Vigilante, 6-2
152: — Giancarlo Pesantez (DB) p. Rick Reynolds, :46
160: — Rick Micelli (DB) md. Brian Kubeck, 15-7
JANUARY 16: Roselle Park 54, Manville 15
The Panthers made child’s play out of Manville and improved to 4-0. Manville dropped to 5-1.
103: — Dan Appello (RP) d. Ed Matthewson, 7-3
112: — Kurt Tenisi (M) d. Lou Panetta, 6-0
119: — Rory Adams (RP) p. John Subiak, 1:31
125: — Travis Meadows (RP) d. Jason Perone, 4-2
130: — Bryan Garrison (RP) p. Pat Gorbatuk, 4:40
135: — Bob Appello (RP) d. Mike Markowitch, 3-1
140: — Craig Frost (RP) p. Tony Giraldi,3:44
145: — Garry Taluba (RP) d. Dave Markowitch, 9-3
152: — Drew Corsilli (M) p. Shawn Kachnowski, 3:17
160: — Kevin Kolbeck (RP) p. Justin Wilk, :21
171: — Doug Schoening (RP) p. Eric Hernandez, 3:54
189: — Austin Wallinchus (M) p. Scarly Elmera, 4:45
215: — Nate Mooney (RP) p. Mike Andreychick, :30
Hwt: — Mike Munoz (RP) p. Mike Kelman, :24
JANUARY 16: Brearley 49, New Providence 32
The Bears stunned the Pioneers and improved to 7-3.
103: — Mike Mellinger (NP) p. Marc Yostin, 4:32
112: — Altay Vigilante (B) p. Justin Meinger, 1:24
119: — Stefano Serracino (B) md. John Walker, 11-0
125: — Sean Cunningham (B) md. Greg DeMeo, 18-8
130: — Peter Paradise (NP) p. Joe Ruggerio, 3:14
135: — Mike Puerro (B) p. Greg Buttitta, :50
140: — Bill Fitzgerald (B) d. Chris Dowling, 2-0
145: — Donnie DeFilippis (NP) md. Attila Vigilante, 12-4
152: — Giancarlo Pesantez (B) p. Max Silva, 4:50
160: — Rick Micelli (B) p. Mike Hieber, 2:39
171: — Pete Holderied (NP) p. Justin Katz, 2:59
189: — Dan Dougherty (NP) p. Matt McGheehan, :45
215: — Mike Harms (B) d. Ronnie Fiorilli, 11-8
Hwt: — Eric Vitale (B) won by forfeit
Burstein, Pollack, Russ Take Seconds at Pirate Invitat’l
Blue Devils Seth Burstein and Jay Pollack along with Raider Dave Russ all represented their schools well by placing high in several events at the Pirate Invitational on January 16. The Scotch PlainsFanwood High School boys placed seventh overall with 93 points and the Westfield boys came in ninth with 82 points.
Burstein finished second in the 100-yard butterfly at :53.73. Nick
Kozyra of St. Joseph’s won the event with a tie of :52.2. Burstein also finished sixth in the 200-yard individual medley at 2:09.82.
Pollack touched second behind James Lawler of Greenwich in the 200-yard freestyle at 1:50.36. Pollack also placed fourth in the 500yard freestyle with a tie of 5:06.34.
Russ did quite well in four events and picked up a second in the 100yard freestyle with a time of :49.37 just behind Craig Dolan of St. Joseph’s who touched first at :48.8. Russ came in fifth in the 50-yard freestyle at :22.82, teamed with Steve Berkowitz, Jeff Wagner and Neil Stender to place sixth in the 200-freestyle relay at 1:36.25 and again with Berkowitz, Wagner and Chris Smith to finish fifth in the 200-medley relay with a time of 1:46.67.
Wagner at :56.04 and Berkowitz at :56.6 finished fifth and sixth, respectively, in the 100-yard butterfly. Berkowitz also placed fifth in the 200-yard individual medley with a time of 2:07.48.
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SEARCHING FOR THE PIPEWRENCH…Raider Josh Ricca, top, reaches for Cougar Efran Ortiz’s arm to set up a pipewrench turning maneuver. Ricca won his 171-lb. bout by disqualification. Ricca built up a huge lead before the referee stopped the match.
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COMING OUT FOR THE ESCAPE…Raider 103-pounder Lucas Francavilla, front, begins to escape the grasp of Cougar Pat Daly. After a fine bout, Francavilla prevailed in 4:49.
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PIPEWRENCH WITH AN ARM LEVER…Raider Charlie Tripet, top, prepares to turn Cougar Luke Russo with a pipewrench and an arm lever during his 125-lb. bout. Tripet showed Russo the lights in 3:06.
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STOPPING A LEAK WITH A HEADLOCK…Blue Devil 189-pounder Josh Ray, top, pinned Minuteman Darryl Leak with a headlock in 3:07. It was a real “rock and tumble” bout before Ray stopped Leak.