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SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY, CHANCERY DIVISION, UNION COUNTY, DOCKET NO. F-011814-94.
FLEET BANK, N.A., PLAINTIFF vs. LUIS GOMES A/K/A LOUIS GOMES, ET AL., DEFENDANT.
CIVIL ACTION, WRIT OF EXECUTION, DATED MARCH 8, 1999 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 JUNE 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 $114,503.93. The property to be sold is located in the City of Elizabeth in the County of Union, New Jersey.
Commonly known as: 27 Catherine Street, Elizabeth, New Jersey 07202.
Tax Lot No. 98 in Block No. 9. Dimensions of Lot: (Approximately) 27 feet wide by 80 feet long.
Nearest Cross Street: Situate on the easterly side of Catherine Street 339 feet from the northerly side of Elizabeth Avenue.
There is due approximately the sum of $117,582.71 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 ZUCKER, GOLDBERG & ACKERMAN, Attorneys 1139 Spruce Drive P.O. Box 1024 Mountainside, New Jersey 07092-0024 1-908-233-8500 File No. XWM 37183 CH-754403 (WL) 4 T 6/3, 6/10, 6/17 & 6/24/99 Fee: $171.36
WESTFIELD BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT
Notice is hereby given that the Westfield Board of Adjustment adopted Resolutions at its June 14, 1999 meeting for the following applications heard at its May 20, 1999 meeting:
1. Gerard J. Hickey, 714 Boulevard seeking permission to alter a single family residence — granted. 2. Daniel and Rosemary Kelly, 553
Edgar Road seeking permission to erect a front porch — granted. 3. Earl and Patricia Frawley, Jr., 522
Elm Street seeking permission to remove an existing garage and erect a new garage — granted with conditions. 4. Mark and Catherine Heineman, 833
Fairacres Avenue seeking permission to erect a vestibule — granted with conditions. 5. William and Maryann Smith, 423
Hillside Avenue seeking permission to erect an addition — granted. 6. Steven and Wendy Rosenberg, 316
Lawrence Avenue seeking permission to erect an addition — granted as amended with conditions. 7. Fred C. Rummel Foundation, 316
Lenox Avenue seeking permission to use a second floor room as an office — granted with conditions. 8. Geoffrey N. Doyle, 402 Prospect
Street seeking permission to erect a two car garage with second story — granted as amended with conditions. 9. Daniel O’Hara, 633 North Scotch
Plains Avenue seeking permission to erect a deck — granted with conditions. 10. Paul C. and Amy J. Mesches, 738
Shadowlawn Drive seeking permission to erect a front porch addition — granted. 11. Sam Blancto, 527 Summit Avenue
seeking permission to erect a one story addition — granted. 12. Mark Frank, 800 Wallberg Avenue
seeking permission to erect a shed in the rear yard — granted as amended with conditions.
Colleen Mayer, Secretary Board of Adjustment 1 T — 6/17/99, The Times Fee: $46.92
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Park Sixth Grader Achieves Top Score in Math Contest
SCOTCH PLAINS –Shrenik Shah, a sixthgrader at Park Middle School in Scotch Plains, achieved a perfect score on the recent Continental Math League Contest. He was also named a National Student Leader.
The Continental Math League Contest is a series of five math tests made up of 30 “brainteaser” problems, which are given to students nationwide.
Overall, Park sixth grade students placed 58th nationally out of 354 participating schools, scoring in the top 16 percent. Other top scoring sixth graders included Alexandra Fredas, Faye Xu, Sara McArdle, David DeMair and Ryan Thompson.
Park seventh graders scored in the top 19 percent nationally with two high scorers, Zach McGuire and Nancy Twu.
High scoring eighth graders, who also achieved a top 19 percent ranking,
included Nicholas Sette, Robert Percoco, Patrick Shevlin, Eric Pratt and Lauren Baines.
Sixth-grade math classes at Terrill Middle School in Scotch Plains also participated in the contest and placed 13th nationally, in the top 4 percent of participating schools.
A first-place medal was awarded to Katie Zaleski; second place was awarded to Sean Robinson, and Robert Lasher was the third-place scorer.
Other Terrill students who received certificates of achievement were Nick Bhasin, Rachel Goor, Sam Gordon, Stephanie King, Rebecca Koransky, Jason Krueger, Jason Livingston, Marissa Mastrioanni, James McKenna, John Monti, Casey Hoynes-O’Connor, Rebekah Sedwin, Sean Smith, Brittany Speer and Sean Varsolona.
PERFECT SCORE…Shrenik Shah, left, a sixth grader at Park Middle School in Scotch Plains, is shown being congratulated by his math teacher, Mary Ann Williams, for achieving a perfect score on the recent Continental Math League Contest and being named a National Student Leader.
Library Executive Invited To National Conference
WESTFIELD — Carol Ann Wilson, Assistant Director and Children’s Coordinator at the Westfield Memorial Library, has been invited by the American Library Association to present a program at the Annual National Conference in New Orleans at the end of June.
The program, entitled “Pardon Me for Being a Manager: Lessons From the Little Red Hen,” is designed to encourage library professionals in youth services to develop and improve their managerial skills.
Drawing on her 25 years of library administration experience, Ms. Wilson developed this seminar with other youth service librarians from both multi-branch systems and individual libraries such as Westfield.
She is the current President of Infolink, a four-county regional library cooperative with over 700 participating libraries.
In addition, Ms. Wilson has served on several American Library Asso
ciation committees, including the Caldecott, Notable Computer Software for Children and Managing Children’s Services.
Carol Ann Wilson
MOUNTAINSIDE — Deerfield School recently released its honor roll for the third marking period. To qualify for the High Honor Roll, students must achieve all “A’s” in major and minor subjects.
To be placed on the Honor Roll, students must have at least a “B” in all major and minor subjects.
SIXTH GRADE HIGH HONOR ROLL Julia Arpino Freddi Mack Brittany Bento Nicholas Margello Anthony DeRose ChristineMcCurdy Ashley Force Stacey O’Sullivan Andrew Huber Samantha Pingor James Hughes JosephPijanowski Evan Kaplan Molly Schmidt Nicholas Keller Morgan Starkey
Lyndsey Thomas SIXTH GRADE HONOR ROLL Jillian Bottita Allison Gionta Ryan Faella Vera Souvorova
Matthew Taeschler SEVENTH GRADE HIGH HONOR ROLL Michael Amalfe Chase Golomb Michael Biel Brittany Hamtil Marissa DeAnna Jennifer Hauser
Sarah Hu SEVENTH GRADE
HONOR ROLL Marissa Basile Irene Lentis Elizabeth Billy StephanieLombardi Robert Condrillo Brielle Luciano Jessica Garry Justin Polce
Jamie Zawislak EIGHTH GRADE HIGH HONOR ROLL Craig Andersson Shaun Modi John Bodenchak Jessica Nichols Daniel Drake Deirdre Norris David Dempsey Kimberly Risch Katelyn Fenton ConstanceSouder Suzanne Hopkins Nicole Taeschler Estrella Lopez Lindsay Vlachakis Michael Margello Stacy Vlachakis
EIGHTH GRADE HONOR ROLL Ryan Anderson Aimee Johnston Salvatore Arpino Kristen Manzo Katrina Blasi Chuck Orlando Tara Crane Rebecca Paskow Nicole Ehrhardt Jennifer Punsal Jude Faella Brittany Sanders Ashley Ferrell Jamie Tam Brian Gardner Christine Weag Kevin Guidicipietro Kailey Wheaton
FUN WITH NUMBERS…Children in the Pre-kindergarten classes in the Scotch Plains-Fanwood school district and their parents recently attended a mathematics workshop at Brunner Elementary School in Scotch Plains. Parents and children had the opportunity to explore mathematics concepts and engage in the types of hands-on activities that are used in the classrooms. Participants measured, estimated, counted, made patterns and symmetrical designs, and used geoboards and pattern blocks. Pictured are: Laura DiFiore as she watches her son, Joe, record numbers at one of the counting stations at the mathematics workshop. Deerfield School Announces
Students on Honor Roll Westfield Library Reveals
Summer Children’s Fare
WESTFIELD — The Children’s Department of the Westfield Memorial Library has announced “A Summer of Story Time Fun: Three-Year-Old Story Times.”
Several sessions of “Three-Year-Old Story Time” have been scheduled during the summer. The first session will meet Wednesday mornings, July 7 through July 21, from 10:15 to 10:45 a.m. The second session will meet Wednesday mornings, August 4 through August 18.
Additional sessions on these dates will be scheduled for 11 a.m. from waiting lists, if needed. Individuals may register for either the July or August session. Registration for both sessions begins on Tuesday, June 22.
Children must have reached their third birthday by the first story session, be registered in person, and have a Westfield library card.
Several sessions of “Four-Year-Old Story Time” have also been scheduled during the summer. The first session will meet Tuesday mornings, July 6 through July 20, from 10:15 to 10:45 a.m. The second session will meet Tuesday mornings from August 3 through August 17.
Additional sessions on these dates will also be scheduled for 11 a.m. from waiting lists, if needed. Individuals may register for either the July or August session. Registration for both sessions begins tomorrow, Friday, June 18.
Children must have reached their fourth birthday by the first story session, be registered in person, and have a Westfield library card.
“Lunch for Lords and Ladies” will take place on Thursdays, July 8 through July 22, and from August 5 to August 19, from noon to 1 p.m. Children who have completed kindergarten through the third grade are invited to bring lunch and a beverage and to come to the library for stories, crafts and movies.
Individuals may register for either the July or August sessions. Registration for both sessions begins on June 22. Children must be registered in person and have a Westfield library card.
Pre-schoolers through second graders are invited to enjoy animated versions of favorite picture books during “Vacation Videos” at the library on Fridays, July 9 through August 13,
from 10:30 to 11 a.m. Registration for this program is not required.
Individuals may visit the Children’s Department for more information about any of these programs.
SHARING Sets Sale For Saturday, June 26
NEW PROVIDENCE – SHARING, a volunteer, non-profit, tax-exempt organization which benefits physically handicapped adults, will hold a halfprice sale on clothes and household items on Saturday, June 26.
The sale will take place from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at 1422 Springfield Avenue in New Providence, next to the Community Pool. The rain date is Sunday, June 27.
Now in its 21st year, SHARING supports the Americans with Disabilities Act. The law affects employment, transportation and public accommodations. SHARING also publishes a free monthly newsletter by and for the disabled, with a circulation of 3,000 copies per month.
Fanwood Committee Donates Materials To District Teachers
FANWOOD — Members of Fanwood’s Clean Communities Committee recently presented books and teaching materials to selected teachers representing schools in the Scotch Plains-Fanwood district.
Raymond Manfra, Chairman of the committee and Fanwood’s Director of Public Works, said, “It’s important to make these resources available throughout the year so concerned students can learn how to make a difference for the environment.”
The teachers were pleased to receive the materials, Mr. Manfra revealed, and several said the books would be especially helpful in building lesson plans.
Fanwood’s annual Clean Communities Day, along with donations such as the books and teaching materials, are made possible by local volunteers led by the Clean Communities Committee, and supported by a grant from the state.
A ROTARIAN RESORT…Rotarians from the Westfield Rotary Club were selected to attend the District Conference at the Sagamore resort in Lake George, New York, from May 21 to 23. Over 400 delegates represented clubs from New Jersey at the annual event. Pictured, left to right, are: Bob Maxwell, Darryl Walker, Stan Kaslusky, Jane Sentivan. Dr. William B. Bonsall and Dr. Michael Hart. Not pictured is Nancy N. Jackson, who also attended the conference.
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