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NOTICE TO ABSENT DEFENDANTS STATE OF NEW JERSEY TO: GLENN J. GOLDNER, HIS HEIRS, DEVISEES AND PERSONAL REPRE
SENTATIVES AND HIS, THEIR OR ANY OF THEIR SUCCESSORS IN
RIGHT, TITLE AND INTEREST
YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED AND REQUIRED to serve upon MICHAEL A. ALFIERI, ESQ., Plaintiff’s attorney, whose address is 187 Route 34, Matawan, New Jersey 07747, an Answer to the Complaint filed in a civil action, in which CHAMPION MORTGAGE CO., INC. is Plaintiff, and GLENN J. GOLDNER, HIS HEIRS, DEVISEES AND PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVES AND HIS, THEIR OR ANY OF THEIR SUCCESSORS IN RIGHT, TITLE AND INTEREST; BARBARA J. GOLDNER, JENNIFER GOLDNER, Individually; NEAL R. GOLDNER, Executor of the Estate of Glenn J. Goldner; STATE OF NEW JERSEY; AND UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, are defendants, pending in the Superior Court of New Jersey, Chancery Division, Union County and bearing DocketNo.F-3392-99,within 35 daysafter March 11, 1999, exclusive of such date.
If you fail to do so, judgment by default may be rendered against you for the relief demandedintheComplaint.
You shall file your answer and proof of service in duplicate with the Clerk of the SuperiorCourtof NewJersey,HughesJustice Complex, CN-971, Trenton, New Jersey 08625, in accordance with the rules of civil practice and procedure.
This action has been instituted for the purpose of (1) foreclosing on a mortgage, securing the original sum of $26,500.00 executed by GLENN J. GOLDNER AND BARBARA J. GOLDNER to CHAMPION MORTGAGE CO., INC., dated June 20, 1992 and recorded in the Union County Clerk’sOfficeonJune 24,1992inMortgage Brook 4546, at Page 324; (2) to recover possession of the premises commonly known as 113 RUSSELL AVENUE, RAHWAY, NEW JERSEY.
If youareunableto obtainanattorney,you maycommunicatewith theNewJerseyState Bar Association by calling 800-249-5000. You may also contact the Lawyer Referral Service of the County of Venue by calling 908-353-4715, or Legal Services Office of the County of Venue by calling 908-3544340.
YOU,GLENN J.GOLDNER,HISHEIRS, DEVISEES AND PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVES AND HIS, THEIR OR ANY OF THEIR SUCCESSORS IN RIGHT, TITLE AND INTEREST, ARE BEING JOINED AS A DEFENDANT TO THIS FORECLOSURE ACTION for any interest you may have in the subject premises.
DONALD F. PHELAN CLERK OF THE SUPERIOR COURT
OF NEW JERSEY THE LAW OFFICE OF MICHAEL A. ALFIERI 187 ROUTE 34 MATAWAN, NEW JERSEY 07747 732-566-7117 1 T – 3/11/99, The Leader Fee:$61.71
SUPERIOR COURTOFNEWJERSEY, CHANCERYDIVISION,UNIONCOUNTY, DOCKET NO. F-9170-96.
WILENTZ, GOLDMAN & SPITZER, PLAINTIFF vs.1121ELIZABETHAVENUE CORP., DENNIS CARDONA, ET ALS, DEFENDANT.
CIVIL ACTION, WRIT OF EXECUTION, DATED APRIL 9, 1997 FOR SALE OF MORTGAGED PREMISES.
Byvirtueofthe above-statedwritofexecutionto medirectedIshall exposeforsaleby public vendue,onthe6th FlooroftheUnion CountyCourtHouse (Tower)2BroadStreet, Elizabeth, New Jersey on WEDNESDAY THE 7THDAYOFAPRIL, A.D.,1999attwo o’clock in the afternoon of said day. All successful bidders must have 20% of their bid availableincashor certifiedcheckatthe conclusion of the sales.
The judgment amount is $372,471.52. The property to be sold is located in the City ofElizabethinthe CountyofUnion,and State of New Jersey.
Premises commonlyknownas:1121-1125 Elizabeth Avenue, Elizabeth, New Jersey, Tax Lot No. 485, in Block No. 9.
Dimensions of Lot: (approximately) 90 x 109.02 x 76 x 10 x 104.89 x 167.54 x 24.73 x 95.
Nearest Cross Street: Situated approximately 122.58 feet from the intersection of Elizabeth Avenue and West Scott Place.
There is due approximately the sum of $383,843.27 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 WILENTZ, GOLDMAN & SPITZER, P.A., Attorney 90 Woodbridge Center Drive P.O. Box 10 Woodbridge,NewJersey07095-0958 CH-753157 (WL) 4 T 3/11, 3/18, 3/25 & 4/1/99 Fee:$171.36
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Park Middle School Reports 2nd Period Honor Roll Students
Park MiddleSchoolrecentlyreleased its honor roll for the second marking period.
To be included on the Distinguished Honor Roll, students in grades 6, 7 and 8 must achieve an “A” in all subjects.
To be placed on the Honor Roll, sixth-grade students must have at least two “A’s” and no grade lower than a “B” in major subjects including mathematics, English, science, social studies and reading, and at least a “C” or “S” in other subjects.
Seventh-gradestudentsmustachieve at least two “A’s” and no grade lower than a “B” in major subjects including mathematics, English, science, social studies and study skills, and at least a “C” or an “S” in other subjects, to be named to the honor roll.
Eighth graders must earn at least two “A’s” and no grade lower than a “B” in major subjects including mathematics, English,science, socialstudiesandforeign language, and at least a “C” or an “S” in other subjects.
SIXTHGRADE DISTINGUISHEDHONORROLL ByardBridge MichaelParaboshci MatthewCapodicasa AnkitPatel TaylerCianciotta MichelleRegg DanielDeegan ElizabethStamler KelseyFoy JustinRowinsky AlexandraFredas ShrenekShah KerryGander NicoleTanguy ChristopherHuether HeatherVitollo
YijiaoXu SIXTHGRADE HONORROLL FrancescaAlbano CarolineL’Heureux JulieBartolomei DaWoonLee BrianaBerry SeanMahoney RobertBethea LukeMakowski JesseBruch JohnMaloney StephenCarroll SaraMcArdle TerranceCharles SeanMcNelis AbbegailCohen StephenMineo JaclynCosta HeatherNovorro DavidDeMair DaniellePietrucha AnthonyDiBattista JoannaRosenberg ChristopherDoremus KyleRzonca AprilGano JeremySanders JohannaGhabour AnthonySaraceno MauraGillooly LauraSchwahl KimberlyGrizzard KellySyring KevinKlehm RyanThompson StephanieKoleda AndrewWatson FrederickKovalyov MichaelWhitney
DerekWood SEVENTHGRADE DISTINGUISHEDHONORROLL AndreBaruch JennaMarionni JessicaCavanaugh TheodoreSensor LaurenHaertlein VictoriaShelus LaurenFox CaitlinShevlin BrittanyHessemer NancyTwu
HONORROLL MeralAkyuz CelineLavigne TinaBaker MarielaLemus KathrynBantz EricLong RyanBreznitsky KarenLucey JudithBrown LauraManziano LaurenConway PeterMaricic StevenCooney JosephMatrale NicoleD’Auria AndreMelendez TracyDoyle DanielMetzger KathleenFeeley DeanMichael RonaldFerrara ChelseaMintz RobertFusco KristinOley AllisonGebler ScottPober RoseAnnGhabour MeaghanRoberts DennisHercel ChristopherRusso NeilHingorani VictoriaSale StephanieJacobus PatriceTaylor TimothyKaris SarahTrezoglou JamieKaye CourtneyVeeck JessicaKim EricWildstein RobertKuchinski AllisonWilliams IlyaLaksin RichardZebleckas
EIGHTHGRADE DISTINGUISHEDHONORROLL AliciaCristiani MoniqueLemus JillianDeMair CatherineMadurski KatieDowney EricPratt JasonHipp DanielRosenkrantz DanielleHirschhorn NicholasSette LauraKlastava DianaWilks
EIGHTHGRADE HONORROLL LeslieArgueta CaitlinMcNelis LaurenBaines DeannaMustachio LaurenBauman YeojinPark KathrynBenski RobertPercoco SchuylerBoyda PhilipSaraceno AnthonyBruno EdwardSaridaki DavidCampbell ChristopherSeeman EveDonovan JessicaSetto StevenDoremus PatrickShevlin StephanieHeath MelissaWergland RyanKeogh LauraWittish
BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION…Gail William’s seventh-grade English classes, along with Laura Rogalin’s students, made a visit on Tuesday, March 9, which would have been Dr. Seuss’ birthday, to School One in Scotch Plains. The students read Dr. Seuss books and presented lessons to the entire student body. Pictured, above, are some of the students who dressed as Yurtle the Turtle and the Cat in the Hat, and enjoyed green eggs and ham.
HONORED STUDENT…The Mountainside Rotary Club recently recognized James Grammenos as “student of the quarter” for the first quarter at Deerfield School. He is pictured with Daniel Falcone, Past President of the Mountainside Rotary Club.
GUEST SPEAKER…Westfield Recreation Commission Director Glen Burrell, center, was the guest speaker at a recent meeting of the Rotary Club of Westfield. He discussed upcoming projects being undertaken by the Recreation Commission. Flanking him are Westfield Rotary President Stanley Kaslusky, left, and Dr. William Bonsall, Service Chairman.
BIDERMAN NEEDS A HOME… People for Animals, a nonprofit animal welfare organization serving New Jersey, will sponsor a cat only pet adoption event on Saturday, March 13, and a cat and dog pet adoption event on Sunday, March 14, from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. at the PetsMart store, 1022 Route 22 East at West End Avenue in North Plainfield. Many cats, kittens and dogs will be available. Among these pets will be Biderman, a friendly one-year old Black Lab and Akita mix. Biderman is a large lovable dog who is neutered, up-to-date with routine shots, walks well on a leash, is good in a car and appears to be housetrained. He is obedient, smart and wants to please. To adopt a pet, or for information, please call (908) 688-1073 or visit us www.petfinder.org/shelters/ NJ17.html. For low cost spay/neuter information, please call the People for AnimalsClinic at(908)964-6887.Spay/ neuter surgery costs range from $35 to $55 and include rabies and distemper vaccinations. Local Schools to Celebrate
Middle School Education
SCOTCH PLAINS — The Scotch Plains-Fanwood Parent-Teacher Association (PTA) Council, in conjunction with Park and Terrill Middle Schools, will celebrate Middle Level Education Week, March 15 to 19.
As a community activity, the PTA Council will sponsor tours of the two middle schools.
The tour of Terrill Middle School is scheduled for Wednesday, March 17, at 9 a.m. in the Media Center. The tour of Park Middle School will commence at 9 a.m. on Thursday, March 18, in the cafeteria.
Park Middle School’s new principal, Rocco Collucci, and Terrill Middle School’s principal, John Foulks, as well as staff members and PTA volunteers, will be on hand to meet parents.
Parents and community members will have the opportunity to learn about a typical middle school day and see the schools in session with the students in their classrooms.
For the parents of fifth grade students, questions will be answered about the transition to middle school
from elementary school. Special events will be held at both schools in March to highlight the middle school experience for students and parents alike.
Park Middle School will hold a special panel discussion for parents to attend on Thursday, March 18, at 7:30 p.m. in the Park Media Center.
The subject is “Taking the Mystery Out of Adolescence” and features Park’s guidancecounselorandschool psychologist, Scotch PlainsFanwood‘s substance awareness coordinator and a school nurse.
Terrill Middle School has special eventsscheduled foritsstudentpopulation.
Sixth graders will celebrate Environment Day with visitors from local agencies and corporations. Seventh grade students will have Career Day withprofessionalsrepresentingfields from architecture to stock broker. Eighth graders will observe Volunteer Day, with members of local volunteer organizations sharing why they volunteer.
High School Rep Theater Prepares Me and My Girl
The Repertory Theater Company of Scotch Plains Fanwood High School will present the musical, Me and My Girl, on Fridays and Saturdays, March 19, 20, 26, and 27. All
shows will begin at 8 p.m. in the high school auditorium.
Ian Bonner will play Bill, Meryl Bezrutczyk will play Sally. The cast will also include Laine Bonstein as the Duchess; Jerry Kavinski as Gerald; Holly Oatis as Jackie; James L’Heureux as Sir John; and Gary Fletcher as Parchester.
Courtney McDonald will be the lead choreographer, Lisa Yagi will conduct the pit band and Jerry Kavinsky will be the student director.
Faculty members Laurie Wellman and Diane McGovern are music director andstagedirectorrespectively.
“The students are enjoying the humor and mastering English accents,” said Mrs. Wellman. “We’re hoping for a ‘jolly good’ show.”
Admission will be $6 for adults, $4 for students, senior citizens free. All admissions half price with Renaissance card.
Moonglowers Jazz Band Receives Commendation
Moonglowers, the Scotch PlainsFanwood High School Jazz Band, was selected by the New Jersey Jazz Society as the Outstanding High School Jazz Band in the state for 1999.
The Moonglowers were the only high school band to be featured at the annual Pee Wee Stomp Memorial Jazz Concert held on Sunday, March 7, at the Hunterdon Hills Playhouse, in Hampton.
At the concert, the Moonglowers performed three selections: Gershwin’s “I Got Rhythm,” arranged by Jazz Trombonist Rob McDonnell; “Reflections of Rio,” by Rich DeRosa, Jazz Educator at William Paterson University and a contemporary piece, “Checking the Cell Structure” by Gordon Goodwin.
Featured soloists were Whitney Slaten, Doug Gillie, Jeremy Dodge, Jerry Kavinsky, Ed Jackson, Lisa Yagi, Evan Flath, Evan Dornbush and Tim Pai.
The group is the oldest high school jazz band in the state and performs jazz from the 1940s to current times.
They were selected based on outstanding recognition, first place awards andcommendationsfromjazz educators, adjudicators and clinicians.
Local School District Mails 1997-1998 Annual Report
WESTFIELD —TheWestfieldpublic school’s 1997-1998 Annual Report has been mailed to every household in Westfield. The brochure includes student and staff accomplishments, test scores and factual information about the school district.
The report also contains an introduction by Superintendent of Schools Dr. William J. Foley, who stated that 1998 marked a year in which a strategicplanwas developedforthedistrict.
“We spent considerable time studying how we can improve student performance, throughimprovedstafftraining,the introductionoftechnologyand developing high,butrealisticexpectations for all of our students,” said Dr. Foley.
He also noted that the strategic plan encompasses more than academics.
“Members of our planning committee want both good students and good citizens,” he added.
The 1997-1998 annual report reflects achievements by Westfield students both in and out of the classroom.
If anyone has not received a copy of the 1997-1998 annual report, contact the School/Community Relations office at (908) 789-4463.
Board of Adjustment Postpones Meeting
WESTFIELD—Thescheduled application bytheWestfieldCommunity Center before the WestfieldBoard ofAdjustmenthasbeen postponed to Monday, April 12, at 7:30 p.m. at the Municipal Building.
The meeting was originally scheduled for March 8. The Center is seeking to build a two-story building across from its current site on West Broad Street which will be used for both day care and adult care facilities.
School District Slates Student Registration For Kindergartners
SCOTCH PLAINS — Children who will attend Kindergarten in Scotch Plains-Fanwood Public Schools in September, 1999, are now being registered in each of the district’s elementary schools. To be eligible, a child must be five years of age on or before Friday, October 1.
Initial registrationformshavebeen given to parents of children currently attending elementary schools in the district.
Families who have not yet had a child enrolled in the Scotch PlainsFanwood Schools may obtain an initial registration form from the elementary school in the attendance area in which the family resides.
The form should be returned to the schools as soon as possible. Following receipt of all initial registration forms, the schools will inform parents of the procedures for completing registration.
Wardlaw-Hartridge Posts Middle School
Honor Roll Listing
The Wardlaw-Hartridge Middle School in Edison recently announced thenamesof studentswhoachievedthe Middle School Honor Roll for the second marking period.
To be named to the Honor Roll, students must have a B-plus average and no grade lower than a B in their academic subjects
Sixth grade students named to the Honor Roll include: Allison Clancy, Daniel Forman and William Kim, all of Westfield; and Matthew Darwin and Craig Torpey, both of Scotch Plains.
Seventh grade students include: DavidAltszuler andGopikaBarai,both of Westfield.
Eighth grade students include: Michael Kim of Westfield, and Milan Patel and Rivya Sodhi, both of Scotch Plains.
High School Scholars Honored Recently By German Association
SCOTCH PLAINS — Four students oftheGerman programatScotchPlainsFanwood High School (SPFHS) were honored recently by the American Association of Teachers of German (AATG), based on their performance on the AATG nationwide test.
Students recognized for their outstanding performance were: freshman Matthew Ortyl,andsophomoresAlison Wilks, Adam Powers, and Christopher Sensor.
Based on her scores, Alison is now eligibletoapply foranall-expensepaid study trip to Germany this summer.
Eight other SPFHS students were awarded certificates of merit by the AATGfor theirtestresults.Certificates weregiven to:freshmenDanielNelson, Jessica Green, and Ian Wehrle; sophomore, Elizabeth Grausso; and juniors Elizabeth Weiler,MelissaBenski,Brian Lavery, and Chitra Kalyanaraman.