Westfield,NJ Newspaper...... Thursday, January 22, 1998

 Disgraced Attorney Sentenced to 9 Years
For Stealing Funds
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Westfield News

  • School Desegregation Plan To Be Eliminated by Board

  • School Strategic Plan Published by Superintendent

  • SID Proposes $265,500 Budget; Hearing is Jan. 28


CLERGY LEAD THE MARCH... Members of Westfield clergy lead march to commemorate the late Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The 11 annual procession started at the Bethel Baptist Church on Trinity Place and ended at Temple Emanu-El on East Broad Street where interfaith services were held.

  • Town Workers Forming New "Non-Union" Unit

JCC Neighbors Object to Existing and Proposed Lighting At The Martine Avenue Site
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OATH OF OFFICE... Fanwood Police Chief Donald Domanski is sworn in by Mayor Maryanne S. Connelly during last Thursday's Borough meeting.

  • Task Force to Hammer Out Flood Control Options

Scotch Plains/Fanwood

  • DECA Students Win Multiple Marketing Awards

  • New Fanwood Chief Sworn In

  • SP Proposed Budget Set At $15.3 MM for 2.3% Raise

The Week In Sports


BLINDED BY PIGTAILS... Blue Devil senior Megan Devitt is stymied by her hair raising experience but still sees her way to help defeating the Cougars of Cranford, 45-41 on Jan. 14.

  • Raider Wrestlers Crush Cougars, 51-21

  • Devil Pucksters Out-Skate Brick; Lose to D. Bosco

  • Blue Devil Boys Block Bayonne Cagers, 48-46

  • 10 Straight For Raider Boys Basketball; Crush Kardinals

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1997 In Review - 1996In Review

Weekly News In Depth

County
N.J. State Congress

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Union County Manager Unveils $279 Million Budget; Congressman Franks Provides Airplane Traffic Data; Freeholders allocate $900,000 for needy youths and seniors; Chansonettes Plan 50th.

 

Page 3

Mountainside Borough Council Health Contract; 22 WHS Bloustein Scholars; WF Chamber safety signs; Terrill's Winter Concert set; College Club advocate.

Editorial, Letters

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"New Reality" of the two party system; Letters to the Editor; Lenape Indian folklore; 50th Washington show

 

Page 5

Hi's Eye celebrates fundraiser; Sealfons Auction for United Fund; Financial Seminar for women

Weddings
Births
Social

Page 6

Jennifer Gardes to wed Kenneth Marsh, 2nd; Glee Club; Community Players; Stamp Club; Teacher volunteers in Africa; Born are Hailey Foster & Julia Pikaarts.

 

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New auxiliary police officers; Lyman joins Music Studio faculty; Dr. Choye finalist for National Administer honor; Community Center Annual meeting date; Norton and Yevich on Dean's List.

"Health Special"

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Chiropractic care; Alzheimer respite; Car air bags; Changes in social security; Speech therapy; Rejuvenations skin care; YMCA health fair

"Health Special"

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Needle-free electrolysis; Blood drive; Alzheimers warning signs; Rescue Squad; Snoring disruptions; Clark nursing center; Red Cross.

"Religion"

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Directory of services; Catholic schools celebrate; Women voters; Home therapy; Historical society; Torah center.

"Obituaries"

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Obituaries

 

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Real Estate briefs

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