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Westfield High School Students and Teachers Honored at Awards Night
SUPERIOR COURT OF NEW JERSEY, CHANCERY DIVISION, UNION COUNTY, DOCKET NO. F-8144-97.
HOMECOMINGS FINANCIAL NETWORK, INCORPORATED, PLAINTIFF vs. SIDNEY COSTA E. SILVA, ET AL, DEFENDANT.
CIVIL ACTION, WRIT OF EXECUTION, DATED MARCH 22, 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 14TH DAY OF JULY A.D., 1999 at two oclock 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 $125,543.09. The property to be sold is located in the City of Elizabeth in the County of Union, New Jersey.
Commonly known as: 664 Monroe Avenue, Elizabeth, New Jersey 07201.
Tax Lot No. 1031 in Block No. 12. Dimensions of Lot: (Approximately) 30 feet wide by 150 feet long.
Nearest Cross Street: Situate on the westerly side of Monroe Avenue 50 feet from the southerly side of Louisa Street.
There is due approximately the sum of $128,901.38 together with lawful interest and costs.
There is a full legal description on file in the Union County Sheriffs 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. XCM 35177 CH-754439 (WL) 4 T 6/17, 6/24, 7/1 & 7/8/99 Fee: $173.40
TOWN OF WESTFIELD INVITATION TO BID
Sealed proposals will be received by the Town of Westfield in the Council Chambers at the Municipal Building, 425 East Broad Street, Westfield, New Jersey, at 10:00 AM prevailing time on Tuesday, July 6, 1999, for the THE MILLING AND PAVING OF WILLOW GROVE ROAD, BAILEY COURT, HAMILTON AVENUE AND SEDGEWICK COURT IN THE TOWN OF WESTFIELD, NEW JERSEY.
The work under this Proposal includes the furnishing of all labor, materials and equipment necessary to complete the work as shown on the Contract Drawings and described in the Contract Specifications, and Proposals shall be in accordance with such Drawings and Specifications and the terms proposed in the Contract.
The major under this contract include the following in estimated quantities:
21,462 square yards of bituminous concrete surface course (1-1/2 thick) 7,050 square yards of milling (1-1/2
thick) 700 lineal feet of granite block curb 960 square feet of concrete sidewalk (4
thick) 250 square yards of pavement restora
tion 16 Reset Castings 3,500 linear feet of Traffic Striping The successful bidder shall start construction ten (10) days after notice of award of Contract is given, and shall complete all work within sixty (60) calendar days after notice to proceed.
Proposals shall be in writing on the forms furnished and must be delivered at the place and before the hour above mentioned, and must be accompanied by a certified check or bid bond payable to the Town of Westfield in an amount equal to at least ten percent (10%) of the base amount of the bid, but not less than $500.00 nor more than $20,000.00. Each bid must also be accompanied by a Surety Company Certificate stating that said Surety company will provide the bidder with the required Performance bond in the full amount of the Contract, by a Non-Collusion Affidavit and a Contractors Qualification Statement, Statement of Ownership, on the forms included in and explained in the contract documents.
Bidders must be in compliance with all provisions of Chapter 127 P. L. 1975 supplement to the law against discrimination (Affirmative Action) and must pay workmen the prevailing wage rates promulgated by the New Jersey State Department of Labor and Industry for this project, copies of which are on file in the Office of the Town Engineer.
Plans and specifications may be seen or procured at the office of the Town Engineer, Public Works Center, 959 North Avenue West, Westfield, New Jersey. The Mayor and Council reserve the right to reject any bid, and to waive any informality in any bid, if in the interest of the Town, it is deemed advisable to do so.
Kenneth B. Marsh Town Engineer 1 T 6/17/99, The Leader Fee: $61.20
WESTFIELD Three teachers and more than 150 students were recognized at Westfield High Schools (WHS) Annual Awards Night on June 3, when 133 awards were announced for outstanding achievement during the 19981999 academic year.
Presentations to staff included: The Distinguished Teacher of the Year Award Paula Roy, English Department Chairwoman; the Robert and Linda Foose Memorial Award for Excellence in Education Anthony Quagliano, Mathematics teacher and National Honor Society advisor, and the Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) Outstanding Teacher of the Year Award Kathleen Hauser, physical education teacher.
Presentations to students included: Edward J. Bloustein Distinguished Scholars: Tara Bhandari, Inna Bruter, Seth Burstein, Marta Capasso, Sara Carpenter, Danielle Constandis, Jeffrey Diamond, Laura Gornowski, Jessica Hu, Oliver Janney, Terri Lee, Jennifer Matro, Rebecca Matro, Sayaka Matsuda, Meghann McMahon, Daniel Moore, Ilka Netravali, Caitlin Nish, Christopher Phelan, Beth Satkin, Natalie Warren, So Young Yang, and Liza Yannuzzi.
Auxiliary to the North Jersey Medical Society Health Award Corrinne Talley; Norman Flip Chambliss Award (participants in WHS sports program) Elizabeth McKeon and Lamont Turner, Jr.; Cornell Book Award (for an involved junior in the top 10 percent of class) Amy Ngeow; Katherine Cuthbertson Memorial Scholarship (to students who demonstrated conscientious work skills, consistent effort, good character and community involvement) Joseph Ashby, Desiree Phillip and Mark Rotondo; Speakers Bureau Leadership Award (for organizing a group of student presenters at various state conferences on cognitive style and differences) Katherine Riley.
Dartmouth College Book Award (presented to an outstanding junior in the top 10 percent of his or her class who has demonstrated intellectual leader
ship and has made a positive contribution to the extracurricular life of the school) Elizabeth Nicol; Marc Wesley Hardy Human Rights Award David Roberts; Harry Lewis Memorial Scholarship (for outstanding ability in woodworking) Richard Lang, 3rd and Seth Burstein; Colonel and Mrs. Henry Bayard McCoy Scholarship/ Westfield Foundation (leadership and respect for rights of fellow citizens) Gordon Kaslusky and Alexis Jemal; National Merit Scholarship Program Commended Students: Elizabeth Ancharski, Inna Bruter, Sara Carpenter, Danielle Constandis, Jeffrey Diamond, Samuel Eidus, Timothy Francis, Katherine Fromtling, Lisa Gorbaty, Laura Gornowski, Philip Jan, Kristina Jarmas, Andrew Lange, Jennifer Matro, Rebecca Matro, Daniel Moore, Nora Murphy, Nefthi Sandeep, Beth Satkin, Lindsay Totams, Karen Veltri, and Andrew Wislocki.
National Merit Scholarship High Scorers (WHS juniors who placed among the 50,000 highest scorers in the year 2000 Merit Program): Stefanie M. Bistak, Brian S. Chiger, Samuel D. Fleder, Shana A. Golembo, Lisa R. Goodman, Valerie E. Griffith, Joshua D. Hoey, Laura E. MacNeil, Maura W. McMahon, Elizabeth A. Morrissey, Amy S. Ngeow, Elizabeth G. Nicol, Marina K. Powell, Mairen K. Priestley, Joshua L. Ray, Kathleen Russell-Smith, Yaron M. Sigal, Tanya B. Tran, Jennifer M. Woodbury, Ines B. Wu, and Douglas J. Yates.
Douglas J. Odenkirk Memorial Scholarship (awarded to a senior who will continue his or her education in vocational, business or trade school and has demonstrated a desire and commitment to learning) Brian Gatesy; Parent-Teacher Council Scholarships Timothy Caprario, John Cognetti, Brian Dowd, Marie Isolda, Alexis Jemal, Elizabeth McKeon, Daniel Moore, Caitlin Nish, Mark Rotondo, Claire Tafelski, Corrinne Talley, Nicole Tyminski, and So Young Yang.
Rider University (Honorable Mention in 19th Annual Writing Contest for
excellence in poetry) Danielle Constandis; United States Naval Academy Certificate of Accomplishment (offer of appointment to the United States Naval Academy) Richard William Lang, 3rd; 1999 West Point Leadership Award (excellence in academics, athletics, community service, good citizenship and leadership) George A. Stribling, Jr.
Westfield Jaycees Scholarship Donald Bucciarelli, Brian J. Dowd, Elizabeth A. McKeon, Daniel B. Moore, Mark A. Rotondo, Robert N. Stroud, and Claire M. Tafelski; Youth Volunteer Award (for helping other people in need of assistance) Laura Krasnor; Awareness Club/CATCH Award (recognizing community and school service) Veronica Chapman, Corrinne Talley, Deidra Glasgow, Michelle Williams, Alexis Jemal, Tracy Aliche and Andrea Hester; Marc Wesley Hardy Annual Awareness Club Award (for excellence in leadership and concern for others) Veronica Chapman; Martin Luther King, Jr. Association of Westfield Ilka Netravali; Concerned African American Parents (C.A.A.P.) Awards Deidra Glasgow, Thomas Lee, Desiree Phillip and Tamika Waye; C.A.A.P. Memorial Scholarships Alexis Jemal (Martin Luther King, Jr. Scholarship), Andrea Hester (Maryann ByrdSouthern Memorial Scholarship), Tracy Aliche (Paul Robeson Memorial Scholarship), and Corrinne Talley (Marc Hardy Memorial Scholarship); Westfield Association of Educational Secretaries (presented to a senior who plans on attending a business school) Donald Bucciarelli.
Westfield Education Association Scholarship (academics and community service) Brian Dowd and Caitlin Nish; Mark Vejnoska Memorial Award Beth Satkin; Westfield Association of Administrators and Supervisors Scholarship (for a student displaying excellence in scholarship and service to school/community, and who is pursuing an education toward the teaching profession) Rachel Laskow; Eugenie Coladacci Memorial Award (for excel
lence in the Lincoln-Douglas debates) Katie Heinen (grade 11), Megan Hobson (grade 11), Sandra Rhein (grade 11), Suzannah Skolnik-Smith (grade 12), and Abigail Speck (grade 11).
Presidential Education Award (seniors who have a 3.5 or higher average) Peter Abdelmessieh, Elizabeth Ancharski, Kevin Anton, Evan Baum, Tara Bhandari, Jessica Brendler, Rebecca Brinkman, Inna Bruter, Alaina Buckland, Diana Burdulia, Sara Burnett, Seth Burstein, Marta Capasso, Timothy Caprario, Sara Carpenter, Jennifer Chiesa, Francine Chow, Gladys Chow, Andrea Constandis, Danielle Constandis, Adrienne Coppa, Jeffrey Diamond, Brandon Doerr, Brian Dowd, Laura Dvorak, Samuel Eidus, Julie Elmuccio, Jenna Fertakos, Katherine Fromtling, Yair Ghitza, David Goldberg, Rebecca Goldberg, Lisa Gorbaty, Laura Gornowski, Bo Quan Han, Lauren Harris, Laurie Ann Hogan, Jessica Hu, Mohamed-Kari Ibrahim, Kelsey Ill, Philip Jan, Oliver Janney, Kristina Jarmas, Susan Kapuscinski, John Kazazis, Amanda Kelly, Richard Lang, 3rd, Andrew Lange, Rachel Laskow, Terri Lee, Wendy Lin, Deirdre Lynn, Jennifer Matro, Rebecca Matro, Sayaka Matsuda, Lee McDermott, Kathleen McGrath, Elizabeth McKeon, Meghann McMahon, Amy Molnar, Daniel Moore, Ilka Netravali, Caitlin Nish, Thomas OConnell, Emily Paul, Christopher Phelan, Julia Pomann, Diana Pritsker, Alyson Rentrop, Jamie Rood, Nefthi Sandeep, Beth Satkin, James Schliesske, Alexander Schwarzer-Muth, Amy Seligman, Megan Shutts, Suzannah SkolnikSmith, Alicia Starkey, Michael Stotler, Robert Stroud, Claire Tafelski, Elise Tate, Lindsay Totams, Margaret Turner, Karen Veltri, Lisa Villalobos, Natalie Warren, Toby Weisslitz, Andrew Wislocki, So Young Yang, and Liza Yannuzzi.
PTO Woodworking Award Shin Y. Choi; Prudential Spirit of Community Award (for volunteerism) Laura Gornowski; Harry R. Karp Memorial Award (excellence in journalism)
Philip Jan; Gail W. Trimble Memorial Scholarship (excellence in journalism) Caitlin Nish; Brown University Book Award (academic achievement combined with written and spoken expression) Elizabeth Nicol (grade 11); Margaret Dietrich Award (for commitment to literature and writing) Tara Bhandari; English Department Book Awards (excellence in English and love of literature) Erin McClellan (grade 9), Ryan Hogan (grade 10), Kristen Pastir (grade 11), and Brian Gillen (grade 12).
Smith College Book Award (junior who exemplifies academic achievement, leadership and concern for others) Amy Ngeow; Stanford Book Award (recognition of a junior who will contribute to and benefit from Stanfords intellectual spirit and vitality) Stefanie Bistak; Noel and Thelma Taylor Memorial (excellence in English and Science) Alyson Rentrop; French Achievement Award Jamie Rood; French Club Service Award Diane Pritsker; French Elan Award Sara Carpenter; French Excellence Award Jennifer Matro; Steuben Award (excellence in German) Elizabeth Ancharski; German Service Club Award Rebecca Goldberg, Kathleen McGrath, Lee McDermott, Kathryn Cuca and Elise Tate; Italian-American Club Language Scholarship Marta Capasso; Italian Club Language Award Suzannah Skolnik-Smith; Westfield Unico Italian Language Scholarship Jennifer Matro; Marc Hardy Memorial Latin Award (presented to a senior who exemplifies spirit, talent and service) Meghann McMahon.
Latin Club Service Award David Ralph and James Pollack; Latin Club Academic Achievement Award Jessica Hu, Philip Jan, Andrew Lange, Veronica Chapman, Alicia Starkey and Suzannah Skolnik-Smith; Laura Meierhans Memorial Scholarship (achievement in Latin, spirit, service to Latin Club) Claire Tafelski; Spanish Club Scholarship Tara Bhandari; Spanish Club Service Awards Tara Bhandari, Laura Gornowski, Rachel Laskow and Natalie Warren; Westfield Womens Spanish Club Award Laura Gornowski; F.L.A.G. Award (volunteer aide recommended by F.L.A.G. teacher for service) Fabien Marchetti, Alyson Rentrop, Maeve Turner, Vrinda Rao and Emily Paul; New Jersey Outstanding Foreign Language Student Elise Tate; Calculus AB Award Jennifer Matro; Calculus BC Award Tara Bhandari; Pre-Calculus Award James Schliesske; Fundamentals of Calculus Award Katherine Fromtling; Computer Science Award Michael Stotler; Integrated Math Award Amy Molnar; Jerald H. Biener Award (commitment to public service) Karen Veltri; Black History Month Essay Contest Alexis Jemal; Albert R. Bobal Social Studies Award Tara Bhandari; Columbus Day Essay Contest Winner Sarah Mahran and Erin McClellan (both grade 9), and Dan Weinberg (grade 10); Jewish Federation of Central New Jersey Rachel Laskow.
Martin Luther King, Jr. Association Essay Contest Winner Alexis Jemal; Model United Nations Award Evan Baum and Amy Molnar; Singh Family Award (strong commitment to international understanding and cooperation) Sayaka Matsuda; Psychology Award Jeffrey Diamond and Natalie Warren; Social Studies Department Award Ilka Netravali; Bausch and Lomb Medal (for a student who excels in science) Jason Laderman (grade 11).
Biology Award Laura McNeil (grade 11) and Andrew Wislocki; Environmental Science Award Adam Polinger; Physics Award (excellence in Physics II AP) Tara Bhandari; Rensselaer Medal (presented to a junior who excels in mathematics and science) Ines Wu; George Washington University Award (presented to a junior who excels in mathematics and science) Valerie Griffith; Science Department Award Tara Bhandari; Amelia C. Carter Memorial Award (for interest in aviation or engineering ) Andrew Wislocki; Cornell Presidential Research Scholar Terri Lee; Courier-News Academic All-Star Tara Bhandari; Sylvia Cummin Outstanding Business Student Award Cortney Stone; J. Isabella Dodds Award (for outstanding character and scholarly achievements) Lindsay Totams; Charles Frankenbach, Sr. Memorial Scholarship Award (presented to a student with outstanding academic achievement who plans to major in business, economics, insurance or political science) Daniel Moore.
David M. Hart Science Award (extraordinary interest in natural or environmental sciences) Adam Polinger; Waldron W. Holck Memorial Scholarship (presented to a graduating senior who has been accepted to a trade or technical school) Anna Tracy; International Studies Award Suzannah Skolnik-Smith; Chris Jones Award (presented to the most outstanding WHS golfer) Ron Kashlak; Joel Langholtz Memorial Award (presented to a student who plans to study special education or who has worked with the handicapped) George Chaung; John S. and Helen Bell McMartin Award (scholarship based on achievement and character) Tara Bhandari; Lisa K. Monteleone Teaching Scholarship (presented to a student selected on the basis of demonstrated scholarship in English, an expressed desire to teach, and service to the community through an outreach program of his or her choice) Rachel Laskow; National Association for Music Education Beth Satkin; National Achievement Scholarship Program Marina K. Powell.
National Merit Scholarship Finalists: Tara Bhandari, David Goldberg, Jessica Hu, Terri Lee, and Ilka Netravali; National Merit Scholarships (merit scholarships which may be renewed to cover up to four years of undergraduate study) Tara Bhandari (Mary E. Beyerle Merit Scholarship), Katherine Fromtling (James Kerrigan Scholarship Merck & Company), Jessica Hu (Science Applications International Corp.), Deirdre Lynn National Distillers Distributors Foundation Scholarship, and Ilka Netravali (ScheringPlough Foundation).
NJSIAA Scholar/Athlete Award Tara Bhandari and Seth Burstein; Joseph Rood Memorial Scholarship Award Laura Krasnor; Tandy Technology Scholars Tara Bhandari, Laura Gornowski, Terri Lee, Jennifer Matro, Rebecca Matro, and Ilka Netravali; Tandy Technology Outstanding Student Tara Bhandari; Justina V. Taylor Award (established to help young people attend college) Kathleen McGrath; Liesja Tortorello Carpe Diem Award (presented to a giving, caring leader who consistently demonstrates a commitment to helping others as well as a desire to learn) Caitlin Nish; We Care Award (for sincere efforts in helping others) Donald Bucciarelli; Wendys High School Heisman Award Christopher Phelan and Sara Jane Carpenter; William E. Wyman Scholarship (presented to a graduating senior who will attend a licensed technical or vocational school or an accredited twoor four-year college) Jonathan Calvert and Mark Rotondo; Xerox Award (recognizing academic achievement, leadership and community service, with a solid background in the humanities) Valerie Wicks (grade 11); Youth for Understanding International Exchange Jeffrey Weber; WHS Distinguished Student Award (excellent achievement in all endeavors) Laura Gornowski; WHS Spirit Award Caitlin Nish.