October 2, 2008
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Residents Have Strong Reaction to Fedís Proposed $700-Bil. Bailout

08 Election

Scotch Plains/Fanwood:
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dot.jpg (865 bytes) Corzine Extends Pay-to-Play Ban to Local Level 
dot.jpg (865 bytes) Ferguson, Stender, Lance React to Bailout


SPEAKING OUT...Residents have much to say about the Federal governmentís proposed $700-billion Wall Street Bailout. See story this page. Pictured, left to right, top to bottom, are: Nate Shaufler (SP), Antone Stevens (Orange), Maria Beardsley (SP), Steve Aronson (WF), Chris McDonough (Cranford), Meg Amelia (WF), unidentified (MS), Bruce Roach (New Brunswick), Alan Weingarten (WF), Joe Shakis (Clark) and Ralph Jones (Hackensack).

Editorial: Wall Street Wizardry...If one of these bills were a million dollars, 700 billion dollars would completely fill 40,000 pages of this newspaper Ė "In these Gods We Trust."

PROVIDING STIFF COMPETITION...Raider Aleksandra Szczuka provided stiff competition in her first singles match with Blue Devil Tara Criscuolo.

Week In Sports: Blue Devil Footballers Swamp Linden Tiger Gridders; Blue Devils Win Head-to-Head Battle With Kent Place for UCT Tennis Crown; SP-F Raider Grid Men Rock East Side Red Raiders; Soccer Blue Devil Girls Duel To OT Tie With Bears; Ridge Volleyball Girls Halt Lady Raiders in Three Games; Soccer Raiders Confuse Nwk. East Side Girls - Photos

'Chasing The Green'

Merchant's designs find home at the farmhouse store
Folk legend Richie Havens performs for Crossroads crowd
Engelbert Humperdinck Sings 40 Years of Music at UCPAC
Emotions fly high in UCC Theater Project production
Former Clark Native 'Chases The Green' with New Book
Ghost Town - A Haunting Comedy (3 Popcorns)

RACE FOR AUTISM...Representatives from ďAutism Family Tours with BriannaĒ were at the Farmers Market in Scotch Plains. The Fanwood-based group is seeking runners to participate in several road races planned for October and November.

Devil's Den: Itís Enough to Drive An "Old School" Guy Nuts!

Publisher's View

Government Reform Thought: Given the magnitude of the nationís current financial crisis, John McCain and Barack Obama need to let the American people know the type of individuals, if not their names, of persons they intend nominate for treasury secretary and other key cabinet-level posts. The next President is only going to be as successful as the people he has running these departments. - See Year-to-date Reform Thoughts.

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