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Editorial: Obama Can’t Do It All; We Must Help Ourselves...President-elect Barack Obama hasn’t taken office yet, but he appears to be building a good team in preparation for takeover in January. All Americans must pull for his success, but he can’t do it all. There’s no magic wand of stimulus from the top-down that will solve our problems. We must help ourselves and share the burden unselfishly. The strength of our society is from the bottom up. The further away one gets to Trenton, Washington, D.C., or to the boardroom, the weaker the fabric has proven to be.

A MESSAGE OF THANKS...A capacity crowd of 286 worshipers gathered at Fanwood Presbyterian Church on Monday as the Scotch Plains-Fanwood Ministerial Association, which covers all denominations and is represented by all rabbis, priests and ministers in the area, presented its annual Thanksgiving service. The event rotates each year to a different house of worship. The choir from Temple Sholom, located at the Fanwood Presbyterian Church, teamed with the church’s choir to sing Psalm 150. Reverend Kelmo Porter, senior pastor of St. John’s Baptist Church in Scotch Plains, delivered the Thanksgiving address, with a theme of thankfulness that covered all aspects of religion.

This Week's Cartoon 
Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's Schedule Note

Editorial: Give Thanks for All We Enjoy As Citizens of Free and Prosperous Nation...This week we celebrate Thanksgiving, which for most of us means the coming together of family and friends, a smorgasbord of delights 
ranging from turkey to pumpkin pie, and perhaps the big football game - all made especially festive by brilliant autumn hues and the start of the holiday season.

RETURNING AN INTERCEPTION FOR A TD...Raider defensive back Mike Marsan, No. 12, returned an interception 37-yards for a touchdown against the Bulldogs.

Week In Sports: Blue Devil Gridders Prepare For Cardinals on Turkey Day; Raiders’ 2nd Half Roll Dazes Shabazz Footballers; Blue Devil Soccer Boys Shifted Lineup to Cope With Injuries - Photos

Devil's Den: Friends In Need Are Friends Indeed

"Merry Melodies"

Pineda Co. presents Merry Widow operetta
NJ Ballet adapts Hansel and Gretel from opera
Honor those with WF connections
Kean hosts acclaimed Broadway designer, Beatty

HAPPY THANKSGIVING PARADE...Retired Macy’s executive and Westfield resident Lenore Scurry received the Distinguished Service Award at the 42nd Annual Captains Awards Dinner, on November 10, for her 38 years of service with the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. Ms. Scurry started as a clown and now heads the parade’s clowncommittee, coordinating over 800 clowns – getting them dressed and prepared, starting at 5:30 a.m. She has enlisted several young people from the area over the years to help with the parade. Pictured, left to right, are: alligator clown and Ms. Scurry.

Government Reform Thought: In that AIG Chief Executive Edward Liddy cut his salary to $1 as part of voluntary pay restrictions by executives tied to a $150 billion government bailout, we implore the government to require the same from executives of other bailouts. - See Year-to-date Reform Thoughts.

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