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Page 22 Thursday, October 15, 1998 The Westfield Leader and THE TIMES of Scotch Plains – Fanwood A WATCHUNG COMMUNICATIONS, INC. PUBLICATION

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HELP WANTED VOLUNTEERS NEEDED

Westfield Rescue Squad seeks trainees for Emergency Medical Technicians. Valid NJ Driver’s Lic. req. Min., 4 hrs./ wk.

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Seeks trainees as Dispatchers. Min. 2 hrs./ wk. All training provided.

Call Miki Leitner (908) 2332501

HELP WANTED STOCKBROKER TRAINEE

Earn while you learn. Work for top producer in prestigious investment banking firm. Metro Park location.

Call Rich (732) 4522302

HELP WANTED CHILD CARE

Babysitter needed for afternoons Tues. thru Fri. in our Westfield home. Must have own trans., nonsmoker.

Please Call (908) 6548547 After 7 p. m. HELPWANTED

Horticulture

14 acre greenhouse operation in Scotch Plains needs night greenhouse worker to work 5: 00PM 6: 30AM Mon, Tues, Wed. Person must be reliable, responsible, dependable. Duties include monitoring greenhouse temps/ conditions, checks for fire, smoke, flooding monitoring boiler system cleanup, etc. Job is 40 hrs, benefits available. Successful applicant will pass company physical including drug screen and must have dependable transportation. Immediate employment, call 9083225555 Ext 444. EOE.

HELPWANTED

GENERAL Christmas 1998 is on the way! Do you need to earn extra $Cash$ for the Holidays? Do you have experience or creative talent producing decorations, wreaths, decorating trees, etc. Do you have a valid license and dependable transportation? If the answer is yes, Parker Companies needs your help in our Christmas staging warehouse assisting with the creation of Holiday decor for Christmas 1998. Immediate employment available. Call 9083225555 Ext 444, EOE

NOW HIRING

• Make Friends • Make Money • Have Fun

Apply in person

TGI Friday’s • Blue Star Shopping Center• Watchung Excellent benefits, flexible scheduling, great

work enviornment. Come join our team! Bussers, Host/ Hostess, Waiter/ Waitress

Full and part time. HELP WANTED

HOUSEKEEPER

Housecleaning, some cooking, some babysitting & some laundry. 2 days/ week, flexible hours, salary open.

Call Joel or Laura (908) 6547531

HELP WANTED COUNTER HELP

For our Westfield store. Steady work, pleasant working conditions, many benefits.

G. O. Keller, Inc. 11 East Broad St., Westfield

HELP WANTED LIBRARY ASSISTANT

Fanwood Memorial Library seeks P/ T Library Assistant. 1520 hrs. per week Sat. & eves. preferred.

Call Dan Weiss (908) 3226400 HELP WANTED

Fruit gift basket & produce experience. Inventory, excel. phone skills a must. P/ T. Flex. hours, F/ T between Nov. & Dec. Will train right person.

(908) 3227606 HELP WANTED

P/ T secretary/ office clerk. Please call or fax resume to:

(908) 2337558 Fax: (908) 2334124

SEEKING EMPLOYMENT

Middleaged woman seeking to care for elderly. Light housekeeping, shopping, doctors.

Please Call (908) 3524272 FOR SALE

Sofa, 5 seat sectional – mint condition “Like Brand New” – flame stitch fabric in rose, soft green and ivory. New $3,000. Asking $450.

Call (908) 6547847 FOR SALE

CHILDREN’S BEDROOM FURN.

Two twin white lacquer beds w/ mattresses–$ 175 ea; 2 changing tables convertible to bookshelf/ dresser–$ 150 ea.; armoire/ dresser–$ 150; 1 tall dresser, white lacquer–$ 75. All Bellini furniture.

(908) 2330767 After 6 p. m. GARAGE SALE SCOTCH PLAINS AREA

16 DONSEN LANE

(off Raritan Road)

FRIDAY & SATURDAY OCTOBER 16 & 17 No Early Birds Household & baby items (triplets)

Clothes, snow blower, new double stroller, Getty station collectibles. Something for everyone.

CONDO FOR SALE OPEN HOUSE Sunday, October 18

1 to 4 p. m. 224 PROSPECT STREET

APT. 3B, WESTFIELD

Lovely intown second floor condo. Bright & sunny rooms. 2 BDR, 2 Full Bths. Formal DR, fireplace in LV, laundry rm., garage & storage rm. in bsmt. Dishwasher, refrig., washer & dryer incld. FSBO $234,900.

CLASSIFIED CLASSIFIED CLASSIFIED CLASSIFIED CLASSIFIED DEADLINE DEADLINE DEADLINE DEADLINE DEADLINE Tuesday, 2 PM CALL:

(908) 232-4407

All Classifieds Are Prepaid HELPWANTED LANDSCAPERS

Landscapers, summer is over, are you running out of work? Are you waiting for the first snowfall to earn some additional money? Did you lose money when It rained? If you are looking for fulltime, yearround employment plus benefits, paid holidays, paid vacations, and have a valid license, dependable transportation and a good work attitude, Parker has fulltime positions available installing foliage plant displays in Corporate settings around the TriState area. On the Job Training provided. Start your training today, call 9083225555, Ext. 444. EOE.

Campaign Forum ’98

Mayor Connelly Demands FAA Test of Ocean Routing

On the campaign trail, Seventh Congressional District challenger Maryanne S. Connelly of Fanwood this past week demanded that the Federal Aviation Administration begin testing ocean routing as an alternative to reducing aircraft noise of local communities.

Mrs. Connelly, who serves as Fanwood Mayor and is running against incumbent Republican Congressman Bob Franks of Berkeley Heights said she has been “a long time advocate of ocean routing and made this an issue in my campaign.”

“Today, I am outraged that jet noise continues in my community and others after the 260-degree (turn) flight test has ended.”

In a letter to FAA administrator Jane Garvey, Mayor Connelly stated, “I know from listening to central New Jersey residents, the 260degree test was an unfortunate failure – forcing intense noise upon residents of countless towns and simply shifting the existing jet noise from one community to another.”

Mayor Connelly said the FAA should implement a trial of ocean routing for

the Runway 22 departures proposed by New Jersey Coalition Against Aircraft Noise (NJCANN) immediately.

“Ocean routing is truly the solution to the ongoing jet noise issue in New Jersey and New York,” the candidate stated.

Mayor Connelly announced her invitation to United States Senators Frank Lautenburg and Robert Torricelli to help solve this problem.

Mayor Connelly is against moving the noise from one community to another and thus supports ocean routing as a viable solution.

Mayor Connelly currently is retired after working 28 years at AT&T. She has served as Chairwoman of the council’s Public Safety Committee, served as Police Commissioner of Fanwood for nine years.

Mayor Connelly is the immediate Past President of New Jersey Elected Women Officials.

The Seventh District includes Westfield, Scotch Plains, Fanwood and Mountainside.

Glenn Mortimer Points To Borough’s ‘Tradition’ Of Low Taxes in County

MOUNTAINSIDE “Mountainside has been a great town to grow up in. I realize that I have been fortunate to have lived in Mountainside nearly all my life,” said Mountainside Republican candidate for the Borough Council Glenn Mortimer.

“The local schools have prepared me for furthering my education. Little league baseball, the Community Pool and hiking-in the reservation provided tremendous recreational opportunities. There was no doubt in my mind where I would choose to live. The quality of life in Mountainside is very high,” he said.

The candidate said that, “The current Republican administration has been responsible for Mountainside having the lowest effective tax rate in Union County. However, we must not rest on our laurels as a town. The future holds a bright promise for the Borough of Mountainside.”

“The emergency service issue must be addressed in an effective manner. I strongly endorse the policy of cross training police officers to supplement the (Mountainside Volunteer) Rescue Squad. Innovative thinking must be used to provide essential services to the

townspeople in a fiscally responsible manner,” the candidate continued in his weekly statement to The Westfield Leader and The Times of Scotch Plains and Fanwood.

He said that recreational opportunities “must continue to be available to all generations of Mountainside residents.”

“We currently have a strong youth sports program. This must be continued and local government must provide support. The town must also continue to expand programs and opportunities for seniors. These are the people who built Mountainside. They must never be forgotten while we move forward into the next century,” Mr. Mortimer added.

“Mountainside has been the envy of neighboring towns due to our low taxes. Low taxes lead to higher property values. This is one Mountainside tradition the must continue. For most of us our home is our largest single asset.

“I believe my background experience will enable me to help Mountainside move into the future,” Mr. Mortimer concluded in his statement.

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