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Chlldrons Cancor Fund of Amorica, Inc WWW,Q.afMi.nrg DONATE YOUR CAR boat or RV to holp children fighting diabetes. Tax deductible and froo tow- Ing. Juvonlle Dlabotos Rosoarch Foundation thanks you. Pleaso call Vol. 6, No. 38 Serving Crqnford, GarwoodandKenilworth Thursday, September 6, cents Family may sue over fatal traffic accident By GREG MARX. IHECHRONICLL CRANFORD The family of Christopher Williamson, the 2-year r old lulled June 4 when he was struck by a van while nding his bicycle at South Union and Lincoln avenues, has, notified the township, the police department, Union County and the state Department of Transportation of its intent to sue for damages Also tlus week, Tomas Pineda of Far Rockaway, N.Y., the driver who struck Williamson, failed to appear in court on the lone count against him, driving without a license. -A $,000 warrant was issued for Pinedas arrest, and he was taken into custody at 02 am. Wednesday by Detective Gerard Qtiirin and Officer MattNazzaro at noplace of work in Linden. He was expect- ed to be bailed out shortly after press time... In tort claim notices sent Sept. 3 arid kept. 0, attorney Mark McMenanvy accused crossing guard Guy DiBattista, a police department employee, of failing to lo properly do his job in the moments leading to the accident. He also charged state, county and local officials with failing to remedy what was known to be a dangerous intersection. The death was tho third traffic-related fatality at the intersection in the past 4 years. McMenamys letters do not specify damages. McMenamy9 office said neither Pineda nor the owner of the vehicle, Armando Augusti, have yet received similar notices. Cougars roar Chris Brown and ills teammates couldnt be stopped as Cranforct opened its football season on the right note Friday, downing Hillside by a 42-8 margin. See trie story in Sports, Page C-. Carshowandstreetfair «blast in Garwood mt 0 -./ #M mm 95 Jeep Wrangler VlN«P24l7a0,20fl,(cyl / aiitii,iwa/c, i/s/li,82,0!iiii. 0 Saturn Sll VW ,4 PUcyUitoa/t,d3l,NM Land Rover Freelander ozvwenia THE RIGHT WAY. THE RIGHT CAR.. Mmnunai ussuict an mpm m una mourn WN # DR. 6 tyt 6 spdu a/c cass/ol sunrf, dfoyj. 20,434 ml 00 Jeep Grand Cherokee Ltd. wlznilsf VW #2Z42t374.4 DIL 4 tyt- a«toa/c cialloys mi_. ". 00 Chevy Impala ln8y9tli Chrysler 300M IN *2H cyl airtb, a/c p/s/abs 02 Pontlac BonnevllleSSEI 95 GMC Suburban VlNM 0 fort Explorer Sport VW#UA7577a2D(L6cyLaufD,a/ca!.8luniwfik43.675mL MlWaCorolla CE 0 Lincoln Town Car Slg. Series VIN #Y DR.8 cyt.auto,a/cp/s/abs/wmds/lia/minsasflals,ca«/dl sunrf.leathet ml 02 Chevy TrallBlazerLTZ ^-t> VIN# DR.6cytButo,a/cp/^ABS/wuris/Ba/auiTs/saats.tass/cil^sunrf,leathec2S.969Bit._.^_ ^ ^ 04Mini Coopers 0 Ford Escape XIS 02 Honda Civic EX a/c cd, sumf ml PHOTOS AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST! 2675 ROUTE 22 WEST UNION, NJ 4 ynl AJVIffilGAN Instructor Lisa Bonney led a survival-skills workshop at the Watchung Reservation Sunday, imparting tips on what to do if you ever find yourself lost in the woods. See the story on Page B-. PHOTOS BY JOHN FEI/CORRESPQNDENT Tlie sun was shining, the food was plentiful and there was-lots of fun to be> had as Garwood held its eighth annual Family Fair and Classic Car Show in the downtown Sunday. The event featured vendors, a petting zoo, a DJ and childrens entertainment including a Clown and a "flying flea circus." Among the attractions at the car show was a 930 Ford Model-N "Del Coupe," above. The local Rpjice, fire and rescue squads were also on hand for the day, showcasing their skills and equipment. At right, 3-year-old Renee Nilla of Garwood Joins the bucket brigade and gets a hand from fireman Patrick NL Szotak In putting out a simulated fire. IfSV mi Cranford scores remain strong on state tests Some concern about special ed. students Gotyour groove on Vie pop-funk-rockirio GrooveLily returns to. Westfiefd Saturday as part of the Coffee with Conscience Concert Series. Seethe story in Prime Time, PageB-3. Register to vote at Grace a Peace A voter registration session will be held at Grace & Peace Fellowship, Church,. 950 Raritan fjd., Cranford from 5-9 p.m. Monday. For more. information tirto. request a reglstra- tion form, call the church at (908) and leave your namo and address... Commentary...A-6 Community Life...B- Sports...v...C-i Prime Time-... B-3 Obituaries...i..B-2 Real Estate.. v...,.-...b-5 Police Log...A-4 By GREG MARX THE CHHONICLE CRANFORD ~ Local students continued to do well on state standardized tests in the Q04 school year, with the performance on the llth-grade High School Proficiency Assessment especially good, assistant superintendent Joseph Corriero reported to the Board of Education Monday. On the HSPA, 98 percent of all Cranford llth-graders, including 89 percent of special education, students, were deemed "proficient" or better in Language Arts/Literacy, Corriero said. 39 percent, of air students scored "advanced proficient," the highest level. On the HSPA. Math test, 95 percent of all students a.nd 89 percent of special education students were proficient, with 40 percent scoring advanced proficient. That came as welcome news to local educators, who have made boosting math scores a priority. Though Cranfords results are never poor, Superintendent Lawrence Feinsod acknowledged after the meeting, "Weve had some math scores that have been less than stellar." The HSPA results put Cranford ahead of other Schools in its District Factor Group (DFG), a classification based on a communitys socioeconomic markers, in every category. The scores also represent. improvement from the 2003 results, though district officials cautioned against making year-toyear comparisons. On. the Grade Eight Proficiency Assessment, 92 percent of all students were deemed proficient in Language Arts/Literacy (7 advanced proficient), 86 percent wore proficient or better in Math (39 advanced), and 90 percent proficient in Science (37 advanced). The one area of the results that drew a red flag from some board members was the performance of special education students on the GEPA. 26 percent of those students were scored "partially proficient," the lowest level, in Language Arts 52 percent in Math and 3 percent in Science. Statewide and DFG results are not yet available for the New spurces ofdelay for Cranford Crossing BvLAURENTn«lMno.» ^,. - GEPA, and Cranfords scores were not broken down between Orange Avenue and Hillside Avenue schools, Responding to. questioning from board member Michael Caulfield, Corriero said that while the special education scores are moving in the right direction, the number of students scoring partially proficient is still higher than the district would like.... And Feinsod said later the district is moving "slowly" toward boosting test performance among all special education students. "Its a tough goal, and I wish we were moving more aggressively," he said. Educators have to balance an awareness that some students, especially the multiply-disabled, will struggle on these types of tests with a mandate to bring every child to proficiency, he said. At the elementary level, 92 percent of all fourth-grade students and 64 percent of special education students scored proficient or better on the Language Arts/Literacy section of the NJ ASK percent of all students and 75 percent of special education students were at that level in Math. But the numbers scoring "advanced proficient" were much higher in Math, running at or above 30 percent for both general and special education students. DFG results are not yet available... In the inaugural year of the NJ ASK 3, 92 percent of thirdgraders were proficient Or better (Continued on page A-2) ByLflURENTRAiNQR THE CHRONICLE CRANFORD Cranford Crossing has been dealt another series of setbacks recently, though it is unclear whether any of the developments. wut delay the project beyond its anticipated fall groundbreaking,, / Most surprising to local officials was the discovery of approx-. imately,200 underground telephone lines leading to businesses and residences in the area. But downtown property owner Paul LaCorte said that the information should not seem new. "I have been telling them for three years that its there," he said of the 3-inch conduit lines that run underneath his nearby property. "We know it because 5 years ago, we hit it" LaCorte said that the wires run approximately 2-3 feet underground from SoutH Avenue to underneath the building that houses Salsas Mexican Grill at 3 Eastman St., and then back along the left wall of Eastman St. into one of LaCortes parking %... - / / Commissioner Scott Mease said that Cranford Building Associates (CBA). the ICushner Companies subsidiary responsible for managing Oranford prbssmg will most likely work with Verizon to reroute the wires from North Avenue along utility, pathways such as sewer lines. The Verizon wires were laid about 929, said Township Administrator, Marlena Schmid, and did not surface during title (Continued on page A-2). r NICOLE DIMELCA/STAFF PHPTOGRAPHER Paying tributetqliveslost Cranford observed the third anniversary of the September th terrorist attacks with an Interfalth ceremony last Thursday evening hosted by the Cranford Clergy Council. The next day, flowers and gifts had been left at the townships 9/ Memorial In honor of the local victims of the tragedy. While his family is claiming negligence led to Williamsons death, Lt. Steve Wilde said following its investigation the police department is "viewing the incident as a horrible, tragic accident." According to the accident report, Pinedas van struck the rear tire of the bicycle while traveling north on Lincoln Avenue, about 0 feet north of South Union. The impact turned the bike into the van, and Williamson was pulled under the vehicle and dragged for nearly 5.0 feet before being released. The van traveled (Continued on page A-2) Town to meet with FEMA to discuss study Ferguson brokers meeting with agency By LAUREN TRAINOR THE CHRONICLE CRANFORD The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has agreed to meet with township representatives and members of Congressman Mike Fergusons office to try to reach a resolution on the preliminary revised Flood Insurance Study the agency released earlier this year. Since news broke of the study, which would expand the townships flood zone to include approximately 650 additional properties local residents and officials have been working to get. it reversed. Critics have said the study does not reflect the facts on the ground and will inappropriately require more residents to get flood insurance, depress property values, and add new constraints to building within the zone. The meeting, which will take place at Fergusons office Sept. 30, was arranged after the congressmans office sent a letter dated Sept. 2 to FEMA requesting that representatives from the agency meet to clarify some misinformation and explain the pur- pose and methods of the study. "In healing directly from hundreds of the affected residents, as well as members of the town council and the town engineer, it appears that there is a great deal. of confusion in the community...- about this situation," Ferguson wrote to FEMA. Confusion has become an unfortunate theme surrounding the study. In fact, Abby Bird, \ spokesperson for Fergusons. office, said that the congressman only found put about the study after a Cranford resident wrote. complaining about the situation FEMA, she said,, never. informed Fergusons office,, "Unfortunately, we have had this.. problem in the past, not just with.... FEMA, but also with other agen J cies, where we hear, about proj-. ects and plans through con- \ stituents," she said ^When we "...,, first heard about this, it was based on a cohstitttent calling our office and expressing their dis-v agreement with the issue. We had not been made aware of this. b y F E M A. " The. meetings first priority,.. said Bird, will beto make clear what the changes are to the origr inal flood study, conducted by the agency in 982.., ] At the same time, the town- < ship is purstung other courses of. a c t i o n. " "" " ". I Tuesday, the Township Cominittee appropriated $25,000 for consultants Hatch Mott McDonald to compose, a technical study to respond to FEMAs plan. The cost was relatively low, commissioners said, becausethe Consultants had already compiled. much of the data from years of working closely with the tpwii-. s h i p.. y. - v " - "- " (Continued on page A-2) y -., r >.. } i ^ ^,. # - V. v w., >.ti+. -^, - - r,.>..^ «*.-><< *,.,.

2 ,...,..-/_ y. A-2 Cranford Chronicle September 6, 2004 DAR celebrates Constitution Week CRANFOED -^ The Cranes Ford Chapter of the DAR urges all citizens to hrjnor the U.S..Constitution on its 27th anniversary during.constitution Week, Sept, To mark the event the Cranford Public Library is hosting a display during September the mayor of Cranford, Barbara Bilger, presented a proclamation atthe first September township meeting a message will appear on TV-35, and church bells will be rung, at 4 p.m. Friday jn Cranford. The purposes of celebrating Constitution Week include emphasizing the responsibility of protecting and defending the Constitution and preserving it for posterity understanding that the Constitution is the countrys great heritage and the foundation of the American peoples lives and studying the historic events that occurred during September 787. While serving as President General of thd DAR, Gertrude S. Carraway was responsible for the annual designation of Sept as Constitution Week. A resolution was adopted by the Continental Congress of the Daughters of the American Revolution on April 2l, 955. Members of the U.S. Congress received copies of the resolution and on June 4, Senator William F. Knowland of California introduced Senate Resolution 40 authorizing and requesting, President Eisenhower to proclaim Sept as Constitution Week. Both Houses passed the resolution and President Eisenhower issued his proclamation on Aug.9, Family may sue over fatal accident (Continued from page A-l).about another 00 feet "before coming to a controlled stop," according to the acpident report. Wilde said the police investigation concluded that Pineda was not traveling in excess of 25 miles per hour at the time of the accident. "The Cranford Police Department has conducted a thorough investigation weve spoken to witnesses, weve examined evidence at the scene, and weve determined that the driver Pineda was not in violation of any motor vehicle laws" with the exception of driving without a license, Wilde said. That offense, carries at $200 n fine and a 80-day suspension of driving privileges. That conclusion was seconded by the Union County Prosecutors Office, which reviewed the results of the investigation after the local police completed their work and concurred that no other charges should be brought.. But the decision was not supported by Christophers father, Adam Williamson. "I think causing a death should have a criminal consequence," he said. Williamson also said he and his family were "disappointed" Pineda did not appear in municir pal court to take responsibility for his actions. At the same time, Williamson said he was grateful for the work Your Environmental Headquarters Vacuums Sewing Machines Outdoor Power Equipment Janitorial Supplies Air and Water Purification Equipment anything else is q compromise that had been done since the accident to secure state support for a full traffic signal for the intersection. It is currently regu lated by a blinking red light on South Union and a blinking yellow in Lincoln, but a full light could be installed next year. "It makes the town safer for all of us," he said. Williamson also expressed gratitude for the way in which the community has rallied around his family since the accident.. "The outpouring of support love, thats the only word I have for it that we got from the people of the town and the Scouts was amazing. We could not have gotten through this without it," he said, COMPANY SALES SERVICE PARTS RESIDENTIAL OR COMMERCIAL Kids will ingest anything. This helps insure they dont ingest lung-damaging particles. 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A meeting has been set between representatives from Verizon, CBA, and the township next Monday to determine what the next steps will be and what impact they will have on construction. Mease said that other tasks, such as removing trees and other site preparations, could possibly be completed as the telephone wires are rerouted..local officials must also take a step backward on paperwork completed for CBA designating the types of residential units that will be built at tho property. Township Construction Officer Rich Belluscio said that though Cranford Crossings residential buildings were initially intended to consist of 50 condominiums, representatives from Kushner Companies some time ago decided to designate the living spaces as apartments. Recently, he completed the necessary paperwork. Then, said Belluscio, representatives from CBA decided to revert the building back to condominiums. "Because of their decision now to go back to a. condominium set-up, were back to square one on that," said Township Administrator Marlena Schmid. Now, instead of one certificate of occupancy for each building, Belluscio must obtain 50 r one for..each individual unit. "This changes everything from my end," Belluscio said... In another paperwork delay, the committee Tuesday tabled an ordinance that would have acquired easements from several nearby.properties. Commissioner Ann Darby said the step was taken because CBA lias not yet completed its review of the related documentation.. The..township-is also still waiting on the approval of the perfonnancebohd from CBA The Township Council decided Aug. 7 not to issue bids until the performance bond necessary to properly insure the project - has been approved. Though the committee has for some time been shooting for a fall start to construction, a date for groundbreaking on the $5.58 million project lias notyet been set.. \. Cranford to meet with FEMA (Continued from page A-l).Arid sihee the township has urged residents to make their complaints known, engineer Richard Marsden said, more than 00 residents have written letters to Ferguson and Senator Jon Corzine. Some of those residents came out to the committees Tuesday meeting to complain both about the study and the townships response. Orchard Street residents David Leber and Deborah Nieto Leber said that their property has never flooded, yet their property was included in the zone in FEMAs new study.. After receiving a letter from the township urging them to contact their, representatives, they said they have not since heardfrom the township, but have spoken to representatives at FEMA. The Lebers said they were told that FEMA TREE EXPERT CO. Trimming Repairs Removal Modern Equipment., State Certified Immediate Service Insured For Your Protection TREE ,. Celebrating our 50th year 5 in the Tree Business simply needed an official letter from the township asking to stop the 90-day appeal window before Cranford began an expensive study to disprove the findings. But Township Attorney Bob Renaud said that legally, that was incorrect. He added that the township has been attempting to persuade FEMA to correct the study since it was published in June. "FEMA has created the entire problem and attempted to pass it off on the township," he said. Commissioner Scott Mease said that the study has been a priority for the entire Engineering Department, He said that since the FEMA plan has been published, other projects such as street paving and sewer repairs have been put on hold. 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Top administrators will meet with building principals soon to review the results iri more detail and target opportunities for improvement, he said. GARWOOD The Garwood Board of Education is seeking candidates to fill a vacancy on the board for the remainder of an unexpired term, which concludes in April The vacancy was created when board member Christina Ariemma recently submitted her letter of resignation. Qualified candidates should submit a letter of application and a brief resume by Sept. 30. Send applications to the Garwood Board of Education, 500 East St., Garwood, NJ 07027, Attn Barbara Tudelc, SBA/BS. 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According to the countys calculations, since the program was initiated in October 2003 more than,000 senior adults have saved more than $22,000, an average sayings of 24 percent. The. program had previously been dedicated to residents age 55 and older. The plan has met criticism from some, such as Cranford resident Greg Sgroi, who claimed he realized minimal savings. But in a statement released by the county, Unions Constance Mazzone called the program "a wonderful asset." The Union County Prescription Drug Discount Program, administered by Clifton-based AddHealth, Inc., a company that specializes in medical savings plans, charges an annual membership fee of $9. This fee covers individuals age 8 and older, spouses in the same household, and parents and their dependent children under age 8. When a dependent child reaches age 8, he or she must enroll independently. Members may use their discount card at participating pharmacies nationwide. About 95 percentof all Union County pharmacies participate. The program also offers a mail order service. "The Board of Chosen Freeholders cannot control the prices of prescription drugs however, with our economy struggling and with benefits shrinking, the board is pleased to be able to offer our residents an option that is stable, provides discounts, does not exclude any medications, and one that is widely accepted at chain and independent drug stores in Union County and nationally," Freeholder Chairman Angel Estrada said. According to a U.S. Census report issued Aug. 26, reductions in employee-sponsored health benefits have caused.the number of uninsured Americans to increase from 4.2 percent in 2000 to almost 6 percent in Though the program is designed for county residents, no tax dollars are used to support the program, the county said in a statement. No money is paid to Union County, and the county receives no money from other sources for the program, according to the statement. For more information or to enroll, residents may call AddHealth at (800) , TREE EXPERT CO. Trimming Repairs Removal Modern Equipment State Certified Immediate Service Insured For Your Protection TREE i Celebrating our 50th year in the Tree Business Turn signal planned on Lincoln By LAUREN THAI NOR THE CHRONICLE CRANFORD -r- The police department has recommended to the Township Committee that a left turn lane be added to the eastbound side of Lincoln Avenue at the Walnut Avenue intersection, with an accompanying left turn signal on the T traffic light. The decision to make the recommendation came after a police study indicated that the intersection had some room for improvement. The suggestion is part of a year long effort to improve intersections throughout the township. "Its part of our ongoing investigation this year of what intersections are dangerous arid what we can do to improve them," said Commissioner George Jorn. He added that although the township has always worked hard to maintain safe streets within the township, the effort has gained more momentum since the death of 2-year-old Christopher Williamson in June. Williamson died after being hit by a van at the intersection of Lincoln and South, Union Avenues.. There have been 3 total accidents at Walnut Avenue and. Lincoln Avenuesince January2000, including eight that left people injured, according to the police department. While Lincoln Avenue is a municipal road, Walnut Avenue is owned and maintained by the county, so any changes to the intersection must be approved by the Union County Engineering Department. Union County will consider the request once Mayor Barbara Bilger submits a formal request on behalf of the township, within the next week or two. A memo drafted by Sgt, Joseph Van Bergen of the police departments traffic bureau said the measure is meant io ensure proper support of the Township Committee before the county spends any money on the project. Once the request is received, the Union County Engineering Department will conduct a study and site survey and then make changes according to their findings. Union County Engineer Jeff Sias is already familiar with the intersection from his time as Cranfords municipal engineer. Jorn said the township has also been working with a traffic instructor und former state Department of Transportation employee, who has been consulting the township about the installation of the traffic light at Lincoln and South Union Avenues. That light is projected to be ready for installation by next spring. The Township Committee introduced n bond ordinance Tuesday authorizing the township to spend up to $25,000 to finance the preliminary design phase for a traffic signal and other safety improvements to the intersection. The final hearing on the ordinance will be Oct. 2. New approach to development By GREG MARX T H E C H R Q N I C J J E... CRANFORD After months of contentious negotiations over a proposed economic development position, the Township Committee has decided to step back and take "a more comprehensive look," the leading advocate for the position said. Though discussion has mostly centered around the relationship between the proposed spot and the existing Downtown Management Committee directors role, said Commissioner Ann Darby, local officials have decided to take a "look at all the varying roles and responsibilities" related to the issue. That means a consideration of the role now played by the township administrator and the planning and zoning officer, she said. 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Love, Dad, Joan, and Steve Darby said she believes the committee should bring on a facilitator to lead the group to a resolution, if that can be arranged on a pro boiio basis. "If we were equipped to make this decision inhouse,., we would have done it by now," she said. It was not clear whether the rest of the committee would agree to that course of action. The contour of the debate may also change in January, when a new committee takes office. Jorn is seeking re-election in November, and Mayor Barbara Bilger, who has also spoken out against the proposed new position, will be stepping down at the conclusion of her term. Town to hire planner to review South Ave. By LAUREN TRAJ NOR THE/CHRONICLE,. CRANFORD The Township Committee Tuesday night agreed to allocate $2,000 of Smart Growth grant money to pay for a professional planners study of the South Avenue corridor. As potential projects queue up along the busy state road, commissioners and the Planning Board have, determined that entering into premature agreements with potentially attractive businesses along the corridor could adversely affect the entire area. Instead, they hope to take a more comprehensive look nt how the traffic, density, and infrastructure systems can be integrated along the entire stretch of road. Commissioners Ann Darby PEDIATRIC DENTISTRY NJ Stale permit #547 Mary Flanagan, D.MJ at 777 RARITAN ROAD CLARK, NEW JERSEY l 0 W E S^T P-fl \ G E S GUARANTEED Bring In any competitors ad or coupon and wo will riicel or beat that price subject to ABC regulations. and Dan Aschenbach and several other local officials will review the list, of potential planners and make their recommendation to the Township Committee on. Sept. 28.,. Township Attorney Bob Renuad said that if the township were to work in perfect synchronicity, zoning changes for the area could be in effect by January. 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3 * * *. «*4 r ^f! V &.??? A-4 Cranford Chronicle September 6, 2004 September 6,2004 Towiisr By LAUREN TRANOR THE CHRONICLE --,!, Local municipalities- have been told that, effective this month, they must procure valid, state-authorized business certificates from any entity before conducting business with thorn and theyre none too-happy about it. -..."., The certificates, authorizing CQmpanies to conduct business with municipal agencies, have long been stored by the state. Now, the task has been foisted onto municipalities as well, increasing the red tape local officials who grumble frequently, and on a bipartisan basis, about regulations imposed by the state must sort through before allowing any vendor, contractor, of subcontractor to conduct business with them. Though there has been some confusion about how to implement the new law, most municipalities have decided to require J" pw every vendor to produce a valid certificate before they continue.. to conduct business with them. Garwood Municipal Clerk Christine Ariemma said that in a year in which municipal budgets were tight, this is a painful meaure. "Its another burden on my taxpayers, because they have to pay for the paper. They have.to pay for the postages, and they have to pay for me and my staff," she said. And, she added, thqugh the additional task has been foisted upon the. borough, no additional money has been allocated to offset the costs. In Cranford, Chief Financial Officer Tom Grady said that to contend with the increase in paperwork, the township will have to alter its record keepingmethods. "Hopefully were going to reprogfam our computers to handle it all," he said. "Its just come upon us. so suddenly our conv ROOFING Cape Cod $2,500 Bi-Level $2,700 Split Level $2,900 Any Roofing Job Price includes removal of two layers of old shingles, dumtisters,. complete clean up, 25 yr, shingles and all paper and permits. 5 CARLSON BROS " * puters cant really handle it." Tom Vincz, spokesman for the state Treasury Department, said the certificates provide valuable information on the headquarters and chief officers of every vendor,, contractor, and subcontractor who does business with the state and municipalities. Further, he said, "Its a checks and balance process to ensure that businesses are legitimately operating in the state." The law also applies to state colleges, universities, and community colleges, Water and wastewater companies are also included in the new regulations. Contractors or subcontractors who do not file the necessary certificates could be subject to a $25 per day fine until they can produce a valid and approved certificate.. [ Hedy Lipke, Kenilworth clerk, said that she too is in the process of sending out. letters informing every vendor of their new, immediate obligations. "So far it has not caused a problem," she said. "In the future, it may cause a problem if the vendors do not return their certificates." She doesnt anticipate.vendors not returning the certificates. Mostly, she said, it is just more paperwork, record keeping, and time. Grady agreed. "Its just another pain in the nteck thing we have to do," he said. "Were not going to benefit from this at all nothing." Theres no end to the value. 430 Morris Avenue, Summit, NJ Call or douglasautonet.com I IM M N I T I The College Womens Club of CWord COMMUNITY CAIENDAR!p!pK caturiii tchcjulni (or community events,.stlitvjls. im Van Cr.inforj.ortyn!ati(nv.pmraiiles local lnimilfr SEPTEMBER 2004 TO SEPTEMBER 2005* The latest edition of the College Womens Club Community Calendar features a line illustration of Cranford High School by local artist and club member Linda Sowa. College Womens Club calendar is now on sale CRANFORD,-r- The popular Community Calendar published by the College Womens Club of Cranford is now available. This 3st annual edition features a line illustration of Cranford High School by local artist and club member Linda Sowa.. The calendar runs from September 2004 to September 2005 and is an. valuable planning tool for local families. It includes important dates for Crawfords public and private schools, sports schedules, club activities, community organizations, municipal meetings and churches. It also includes a convenient reference bank of local services and merchants. The College Womens Club requests a $5 donation for the calendar, which helps to fund scholarships for township students. The calendar can be purchased at the following locations Perrottis, Michelles Hallmark, Cranford Corner at Crisanti Shoes, Barons Drug Store and the Cranford Public Library. The calendar can also be purchased from any club member or from Rose Ricci at (908) The organization has also established a tribute scholarship fund to which contributions can be made in honor of a loved one or of a special occasion. Forms for this scholarship fund can be found inside the Community Calendar. SOLOMON SCHECHTER PAY SCHOOL OF ESSEX AND UNION Educating the Jewish Leaders of Tomorrow Since 965! J ^ IV. Wen. SOLOMON SCHECHTER DAY SCHOOL OF ESSEX & UNION *or mo no t-ss **** %*» W ^v" mm J* &Mi^^qrm y*fm A th«v* H w Wm tiefe M l M, % where your child should go to school? We have. Visit ono of our Open Houses Crawford Lower School.V. Wed.. Oct. 20,700 PM Thurs., Oct. 2, 930 AM. Thurs.,.Nov- II, 930 AM West Orange Lower School Tiles., Oct. 2,930 AM Wed., Oct. 3, 700 PM ^ " Wed., Nov. 0, 930 AM! West Orange Upper School. Wed.rOct, 27,630 PM For reservations and information, please contact the Office of Admissions at , Accredited by the New jersey Association of Independent Schools and Solomon Schechter Day School Association f&* KENILWORTH Edward Joffe of Westfield was arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated after police pulled him over near the corner of Boulevard and North 23rd Street at 745 p.m. Sunday. Officers responded to the scene after another motorist called police to report Joffe had allegedly been seen drinking from a bottle of vodka while driving down the Boujevard* After stopping Joffes vehicle, police said, officers confiscated a partially-consumed,75-liter bottle ofabsolut vodka, a sealed.75-liter of Absolut, and five. 2 oz. bottles of Heineken beer. Joffe was released on his own recognizance to..the custody of his wife later that evening. A Woodland Avenue resident reported that.his vehicle was struck sometime around 330 p.m. Friday. The perpetrator fled the scene before the damage was discovered. A Trenton Avenue resident reported that a bicycle was stolen from his house sometime Sunday morning. CRANFORD Clifford Andrews, 2,of North Union Avenue in Cranford was arrested Friday on charges of drug possession. Andrews was charged with possession of cocaine, possession of marijuana, and possession of drug paraphernalia after a vehicle in which he was a passenger was pulled over at 59 a.m. at Lincoln and Centennial avenues because a brake light was not working, police said. Andrews was also charged with resisting.arrest. Lt. Stephen Wilde said Andrews refused to put his hands behind his back to be handcuffed, leading to a very brief struggle. *** Brian Marquet, 25, of Westfield was arrested Sunday on drug possession charges. Marquet was charged with possession of cocaine, possession of marijuana, and possession of drug paraphernalia after being pulled over at North and Elizabeth avenues at 839 p.m. because his vehicle was unregistered, police said. Threeindividuals were arrested on drug possession charges after the vehicle they were traveling in was pulled over by police at 53 p.m. Sept. 6. Anthony Slack, 9, of Easton, Pa. Howard McGibboney, 27, of Phillipsburg and Jacquelin Greece, 8, of Ringoes, were each charged with possession of marijuana and possession of drug -paraphernalia after their vehicle was stoppedby police at Centennial Avenue and Raritan Road. In addition Slack, the driver, was issued a summons for failure to wear a seat belt. Jeremy Wilson, 25, of Plainfield was charged with possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia Sept. 9. Wilson was arrested after being pulled over at 243 a.m. at Centennial Avenue and Raritan Road for tailgating another veliicle, police said. Emilly Margara, 27,of Elizabeth was charged with driving while intoxicated and careless driving after being pulled over by police at 242 a.m. Saturday at Centennial Avenue and Raritan Road. Clyde Williams, 65, of Roselle was charged with driving while intoxicated and failure to keep right after being pulled over by police at 20 a m Monday at Centennial Avenue and Raritan Road. GARWOOD Justine L. Quartavaro, 28, was charged Sept. 9 with driving while intoxicated, careless driving and failure to wear a soatbelt. Quartararo was charged after police responded to a report if a motor vehicle accident on-north Avenue nearcedar Street at 620 p.m. She. was subsequently released ponding an appearance in municipal court. TREE EXPERT CO. Trimming Repairs Removal Modern Equipment State Certified Immediate Service Insured For Your Protection TREfc Celebrating our 50th year in the Tree Business fornjio Sept. 23 CRANFORD Musicians of all ages and abilities are invited to join /. the, New Jersey Intergenerational Orchestra (NJIO) for its season. NJIO will hold an open house reg-. istration p.m. Sept. 23 at Cranford High School, 20 West End Place. Rehearsals will follow for musi* cians in the Symphony and Chamber Orchestras. Nouveau Orchestra will begin rehearsals on Oct. 7 All string, wind and brass players are welcome, and there is a small registration fee. NJIO comprises three levels of musical performance Nouveau for players with two years or less experience, as well as Symphony Orchestra and Chamber Orchestra. Auditions are required only for the advanced Chamber Orchestra. Rehearsals are on Thursday evenings, generally at Cranford High School, from September through May. The Nouveau Group meets p.m. Symphony Orchestra from p.m and Chamber Orchestra from p.m. Non-string players should contact or call (908) before registering to confirm space availability. Todd Van Beveren is NJIOs recently appointed music director and conductor. An accomplished musician and conductor, Van Beveren will begin his inaugural season with the orchestra in September. The season will also feature a special gala performance by Peter Schickele and the music of P.D.Q. Bach on May 2,2005. One of the countys most unique ensembles, the New Jersey Intergenerational Orchestra is composed of more than 70 musicians ranging in age from 6 to 93. Founded by Lorraine Maries in 994, NJIO has performed at the World Conference on Aging in Madrid, the United Nations, the Generations United Conference in Washington, D.C., the plaza at Lincoln Center and other venues in the metropolitan area. Media coverage has included features on CBS and NBC and in the New York Times as well as in such magazines as Family Circle, American Profiles and Savvy Living. NJIOs mission is to bridge the generations through a Common love of music. By bringing the different ages together, NJIO seeks to promotes mutual growth and understanding through the language and experience of musical performance. For more information about registration, visit or contact Alan Campell or Susan Peterson at or (908) Thais quite a catch! Cranford West, the townships unique property on Silver Lake In Hope Township, Is a popular summer destination for Some local families, and Brian Buontempo showed why. While camping with his family over the Fourth of July weekend, Buontempo reeled In this 9-Inch largemouth bass. Kids Club program begins new season Friday at the Kw. Gospel Chapel KENILWORTH - The Kenilworth Gospel Chapels popular Kids Club is starting a new season 7 p.m. Friday. The program features games, singing, videos, Bible stories and occasional visits from the mysterious puzzler. All boys and girls currently in Grades -5 are welcome. Kids Club is just one of several programs for the youth of Kenilworth and surrounding communities. Other programs include junior and senior high youth groups that meet approximately every other week, as well as a complete Sunday school program for boys and girls of all ages at a.m. Sunday. A meeting for adults takes place at the same time.. The chapel also offers a preschool program and a Vacation Bible School in the summer. The Kenilworth Gospel Chapel, located on the corner of Newark Avenue and 23rd Street, has been serving the local community for over 65 years. It is a non-denominational church. In addition to the program listed above, the chapel has regular prayer and Bible studies on Wednesday nights. It also hosts several Bible studies throughout the week for men, women and young adults. The chapel has a strong belief ATTEND A FREE SEMINAR EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT DIVORCE The Law Firm of Dughi, Hewit & Palatucci is pleased to announce that Mario C. Gurrieri, head of its Family Law Department, and April L. Katz will present to the public a free Seminar entitled "Everything You Need To Know About Divorce" at The Westfield Inn in Westfield on Thursday, October 7, 2004 and Saturday, October 9, Mr. Gurrieri, who has specialized in matrimonial lawforover thirty-one years and Ms. Katz, for over eleven years, will review the law, explain the legal process and answer your questions concerning separation, divorce, custody, visitation, alimony, division of assets and postdivorce Court review of alimony and child support as well as the new law governing Domestic Partnerships, Information will also be provided on Divorce Mediation, an alternative to the traditional contested proceeding. Divorce Mediation offers the potential for significant savings while assuring that your rights are fully protected by avoiding the expense, stress and delay involved in Court proceedings. If you are experiencing marital difficulties and contemplating divorce, or if you arc.simply curious about your rights in a sepa- \ration*or divorce, this Seminar will be of value to you. If you are already divorced, the Seminar may be of value in, explaining post-divorce rights and obligations of former Spouses." Where When 435 North Ave. West /.. >.. Wiesifleld, New Jersey (908) Thursday, October 7,2004 from p.m. Saturday, October 9,2004 from p.m. Reservations required (no names needed) Call in worldwide missions, most evident in its missionary meetings held on the first Monday of each month, which include visits from missionaries on furlough and the reading of letters from workers all over the world. People from across the state attend these special meetings, and several people who grew up attending the.chapel have gone on to missionary work. They have worked or are working in places as varied as South Africa, Zambia, Romania and Holland. Members have also made shortterm trips to countries in South and Central America, Africa, and Europe. Other outreaches include sponsoring blood drives and a prison outreach. Don Dunkerton is the chapels Cranford Chronicle full-time pastor. He and. his wife have been working at the- Kenilworth Gospel Chapel for more than 0 years. Additional information is available by calling the chapel at (908) TREE EXPERT CO. Trimming Repairs Removal Modern Equipment State Certified Immediate Service Insured For Your Protection TREE Celebrating our 50th year in the Tree Business Ferguson sponsors bill impiementmg 9/ Commissions recommendations Challenger says action comes years too late Rep. Mike Ferguson (R-Dist. 7) last week co-sponsored bipartisan legislation that would implement the Thats tho right policy, thats good for liigh-threat states like New Jersey,.recommendations made by theand it should be the law of theland." national commission that investigated the Sept., 200, terrorist cized Ferguson for not securing Brozak, who has previously criti- attacks and send more federal more funding for the state, claimed money to bolster security in New Ferguson was acting in response to Jersey.. pressure from his campaign. His action drew swill criticism "Had I been in Congress over the from Democratic challenger Steve past three years, I would have Brozak, who said Ferguson should raised hell about New Jersey not have fought harder to bring homeland security money to the state ism funding, rather than acting as a getting its fair share of anti-terror- years ago. rubber stamp for policies that put The legislation, a companion to a our families at risk," Brozak said in bill introduced by Sen. John McCain a statement. "It is only after Labor of Arizona, in the Senate, was intro- Day, with his reelection two months duced in the House of Representatives Sept. 8, It would. establish a director of national intelligence to oversee allof the governments spy agencies as well as create a national countertenorism center. The leaders of the 9/ Commission, former New Jersey Gov. Tom Kean and former Rep. Lee Hamilton, the commissions vice chairman, have endorsed the legislation. A key provision of the commissions recommendations included distributing homeland security funding based on the vulnerability and threat of terrorist attack. Under current law, most federal security funding is distributed to all states. "While weve strengthened our security since Sept., theres more that should be done, and thats why the commissions recommendations are an important first stop to keep America safe," Ferguson said. "Importantly, the legislation implements the 9/ Commissions recommendations that homeland security " funding should be allocated based on a real threat of terrorist attack. Congressional news A-5. away, that he has decided to issue a press release that rhetorically, reflects the interests of his constituents. But where was Mike Ferguson when Wyoming was receiving more moneytoprotect its bison, per capita, than New Jersey was receiving to protect its citizens?" Although some homeland security funding for example, grantsdistributed under the Urban Assistance Security Initiative (UASI) are based on risk ofteiv rorist attack, most security funding has been distributed on a formula that allocates tho money to all states. Fergusons office said in a statement he voted in July during debate on the annual Department of Homeland Security appropriations bill to increase UASI funding by $450 million, which w6uld benefit states like New Jersey.. Wanted Photographer NJN Publishing is seeking a freelance photographer for The Record-Press and Cranford Chronicle. Responsibilities will include coverage of high school sports qnd community events, especially on weekends. 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4 isniav. * T , Getmform about tax rebates With many residents still recovering from the sticker shock of paying their third quarter property taxes, there is a way for eligible senior citizens and disabled persons to have their property taxes frozen under a relatively new state program The Property Tax Reimbursement Program reimburses eh gible homeowners for property tax increases. The amount of the reinibursemeht is the difference between the amount of taxes that were due and paid in the base year. = the first year the homeowner met the eligibility requirements and the amount due and paid in the current year. The property owner must meet all the eligibility requirements in both the base year and the current year. To be eligible. You are age.65.. or older or receiving federal Social Security disability benefits., 2. You have lived in New Jersey continuously for at least the last 0 years as either, a homeowner or a tenant. 3. You have owned and lived in home for at least the tlnec years You have paid the full amount of property taxes that were due on your home for the base year and each Succeeding year, up to and including the year for which you are claiming the reimbursement. 5. You meet the income limits for the base year up to and including the year for which you are claiming the reimbursement For exaniplo, the 2003 income limits were $40,028 for single applicants and $49,802 for married couples. On July 5, the State mailed 8,000 Senior Freeze checks averaging $45 to applicants who filed before the original deadline of June. To date, the Division of Taxation has received close to 50,000 applications. The burden of New Jersey property taxes falls hardest on those who can afford it the least those on fixed incomes Property taxes rise even as their incomes remain the same oi the value of their homes increase. This program is a way to help alleviate the painful increases that inevitably seem to arrive every year. Though the deadline has passed for this year, its a good idea for senior citizens who believe they are eligible to file an application for next year. They should contact their local tax Collector for more information on how to apply for this program. Follow through with FEMA After weeks of pleading their case on the Federal Emergency Management Agencys revised Flood Insurance Study, local officials have got what they need a sit-down meeting with the agency and the intervention of their Congressional representative.. \ Now, it is incumbent on local officials to keep pressing the case on behalf of their residents. That means getting better coordination on the letter-writing campaign that is underway, marshalling the evidence to show the agency where it went astray and working with Rep. Mike Ferguson and Senators Jon Corzine and Frank Lautenberg (neither of whom are running for re-election, unfortunately) to find the levers of power in FEMAs offices. There has been substantial testimony on the part of local experts and local residents that FEMA got this issue wrong, and local residents may be harmed as a result. And the townships engineering firm ia working to document these claims. But its not enough for the township to be right Cranford also has to be persistent in making its case and beating back the federal bureaucracy. The Chronicle is here for you The following information should help you get your ideas and community news into The Chronicle Call Editor Gregory Marx at (732) with story suggestions, questions or comments. For sports, call (732) , Our address The Chronicle, 30 Central Ave., Clark, NJ, Our fax number is (732) Our address is NJNI Publishing 2004 A Peon Jersey Advance, Inc. 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" _ Ms. Woloshen claims last weeks article that Democratic congressional candidate Lt. Col. Steve Brozak "wants to raise taxes on workers and families." This is typical Republican propaganda and misinformation they are selective with the facts, and they use over-simplified slogans to distbrt the policy positions of their opponents., Here is the truth. According to the Congressional Budget Office, 33 percent of the Bush tax cuts have gone to people with the top percent of income. About 66 percent of the tax cut benefits went to households in the top 20 percent of income. The Bush tax cuts are heavily skewed to the wealthiest Americans, and these tax cuts have ballooned the deficit. If both John Kerry and Steve Brozak are elected, Mr. Brozak would likely support Senator Kerrys. plan to roll back the excessive Bush tax cuts for households with incomes above $200,000 per year. This is a fair and responsible way to reduce the huge Bush deficit and fund essential domestic programs. The Kerry plan would retain tax cuts for the middle-class taxpayers who really heed them. County services benefit residents To The Chronicle I am a longtime resident of Cranford and a volunteer at Runnells Specialized Hospital. Last week, the hospital and the Union County Freeholders honored me with an award for my work in the Retired & Senior Volunteer Program. Ive been volunteering at the hospital since 99. In all those years, I have been constantly impressed and inspired by the Runnells staff. They.are dedicated people who provide outstanding care to their patients. Union County just honored another Cranford resident, Barbara Bowman, for her work at the Cranford Community Center. She teaches seniors about maintaining "Healthy Bones." Union County repaired the Springfield Avenue Letters may be edited for content, brevity, good taste arid libel. Letters should be typewritten arid include the writers daytime telephone BONNIE HURTACK Dunellen My daughter had a baby boy and everybody Is in good health. RlCHLAHEY Crahford I went on vacation at Lake George we go there every year. Letter policy JOHNCANTILLI. Cranford Bridge in Now the county is repairing the Eastman Street Bridge. I like knowing that these bridges are in good condition and safe to travel. Nomahegan Park is a place that I use and enjoy. Guess who maintains it? Union County. In fact, our county park system includes 30 parks and 3 golf courses. I mention these, things because a lot of people are not aware of the services that Onion County provides. Its easy to take our county representatives and staff for granted. But they are working for us, and I think they deserve our respect. Cranford is a great place to live in. So is Union County. Im proud to be part of both. AMYMcHUGH Cranford number for verification, if necessary. Send letters to The Chronicle, 30 Central Ave., Clark, NJ, or fax them to (732) WHAT WAS THE HIGHLIGHT OF YOUR SUMMER? MONICA LEY Scotch Plains My highlight was nice days like today (Friday).. KEITH FREY Cranford Over the Fourth of July,I went golfing at Shinnecock Hills on Long Island It is like a European links course, a lot of fun. HELEN DOBBINS Cranford Sitting at the Cranford pool every day with my grandchildren...theres so much to do over there. MAUREEN AYLWARD Westfleld I spent several weeks in Lubec, Maine as part of a musical program for adults. Jersey Boy Mike Deak Is there a casserole for eoujiles? Every year I. btry "The Old Farmers Almanac" because it is a. window to a simpler time. For those of you with a long memory, it hearkens to a time when John Gambling, not Efoward Stern, was the king of New York radio Though Im a weather, fanatic, I dont pay any attention to the weather forecasts (though this winters prediction is for more snow yippee!). What I like most about the "Almanac" are the articles an eclectic assortment of information that could be the talk of the barbershop or grange. In the "Almanac" are typically articles ori tea leaf reading, gardening by the Moons signs, "Uncanny Facts about Goats," the history of Arbor Day and prizewinning recipes for casseroles. I also like the ads. The Regency Cap and Gown Co. of Jacksonville, Fla., has choir robes for sale starting at $ The Happy Valley Ranch of Paola, Kansas is selling presses so you can make your own apple cider. There are ads for liniments that will soothe your arthritis and motorized scooters for the lame. There is even a "Big Bang" cannon for sale by the Conestoga Co. of Bethlehem, Pa. "the only safe substitute for fireworks." It is the predictability of the "Almanac" which attracts me. As the introduction notes, "frequent patrons of this Almanac have come to appreciate and rely upon the consistency of its contents and the uniformity of its pages. Indeed, the pace of change herein would, when compared with the creeping advance of the proverbial snail, find the mollusk at a decided advantage." But on the same page as the conclusion of an article on the "The Wide World of Willows" is an ad for "The Xandria Collection" of "sensual products," The ad features a discreetly disrobed couple in what I presume is the early stages of romance beyond the hand-holding stage. No doubt they are representative of the "over 2 million satisfied customers" who have enjoyed. Xandrias "unique, 00 percent, 3-way guarantee" (whatever that means) in the past quarter century. Obviously they are not among the people who, according to another ad, are embarrassed by "naked radiators." The folks who publish "North Americas oldest continuously published periodical" have a right to accept ads from whomever they want After all, the First Amendment is valid in Dublin, N.H. And we.have entered a new century with an evolving set of values, including an openness and tolerance for issues that were once discussed only behind tightly closed parlor doors. But somehow the. presence of an ad for "sensual products" just doesnt seem to belong in "The Old FarmersAlmanac." Midway through the fourth decade of my existence, I am becoming an old fogey. Ive tried. fighting-this tendency, but its not been successful. As my own life lias grown increasingly complicated and ambiguous, I yearn for a life of clarity, structure and routine duys of routine problems and routine joys. I want a life when I can appreciate the delicate quirks of nature, the shifting beams of sunlight as the year passes and a tuna noodle casserole with fresh peas. Id much rather have a balm to boost the energy in. my tired muscles than a medieval-looking contraption from "The Xandria Collection." But itll be at least two more decades before I will be a true pld fogey, entering the second childhood only the elderly are deservedly allowed to enjoy Until then, I will be content with the reassuringvisions of, simple pleasures offered by "The Old Farmers Almanac," even if there is something naughty waiting for me after a romantic dinner of Cheesey Chicken Crunch Casserole..,. September 6, 2004 Cranford Chronicle A-7 Letters to the editor PAL thanks residents^ businesses To The Chronicle On behalf of the Cranford Police Athletic League, we would like to thank all. the citizens und business owners who through their generous contributions made it possible for several hundred kids to participate in positive activities that will ultimately prevent juvenile delinquency. As you are aware these programs are supervised and coached by local police officers and citizen volunteers, which results in positive police-youth relations within our. community. At the present time, the Crnnford PAL provides activities including basketball, cheerleading, - field hockey, flag football, flag rugby, football, track, To The Chronicle This letter is with regard to the Federal Emergency Management Agencys revised Flood Insurance Study for Union County, the damage that its implementation will unfairly cause to Cranfords image as a fine residential community and the adverse impact it will have on local property values. The illogic of the plan is demonstrated in the values given for four locations with which I am familiar from personal observations over the last three decades the Lenape Park detention basin, County Park Drive, the Balmiere Parkway footbridge and Hansels and Droeschers dams. The FEMA Flood Insurance Study model is apparently based on a 00-year flood with a flow of 6,500 cubic feet per second, well less than the monstrous Floyd flood of 999, which was recorded by the USGS gage at a flow of 8,000 cfs, or a 80-year frequency. But yet at each of these four locations the water surface elevations rise higher and the inundated areas are far greater with the FEMA FIS model than occurred during Floyd. This phenomenon is impossible, simply based on the relative flows. The FEMA FIS plan obviously ignores the added storage of,300 acre-feet at the Lenape Park detention basin as a result of its 74 foot water surface elevation, which should reduce flows downstream. The FEMA FIS plan also fails to explain the higher water surface elevations of 72 feet at the Balmiere Parkway footbridge, four feet above the dike. The Floyd storm was at 70 feet, only two feet above the dike. The FEMA FIS model is obviously unaware that its model would deposit two additional feet of stormwater over and above that which was deposited by Floyd. That would mean the deposition of,00 additional acre-feet of stormwater in that quadrant of the township, an area of about 600 acres. Further, is FEMA aware of the 300 to 500 weightlifting and wrestling. In addition to these programs the Granford PAL provides scholarships to,cranford youths who need financial assistance to attend athletic camps. In 2004, our 23rd year serving this community, our goal is to continue to offer our current activities, and hopefully with your help to provide some new programs for our children. Once again, thank you for your generous support. DET.SGT. MICHAEL DOW Cranford PAL Director DEf. CHRISTOPHER POLITO Cranford PAL President FEMAs findings should be scrapped Clothing drive at Orange Ave. CRANFORD Donations of clothing, coats, curtains, tablecloths, comforters, linens, hoes, belts, purses and stuffed animals will be accepted at the Orange Avenue School parking lot 8 a.m.-noon Oct. 2. All donations should be in good condition and delivered in bags. The lothing drive will be held rain or shine. Proceedts will benefit the OAS 8th grade class. For questions please call Dorothy Cassaro acre-feet of potential storage at Nomahogan Park?. The FEMA FIS plan is, allegedly based on a 00-yoar frequency storm at ii 6,500 cfs flow. That is obviously false. All the evidence, highwater marks and increased areas of inundation clearly demonstrate that it reflects a storm far greater than Floyd, at 8,000 cfs and a 80-year frequency. Based on my studies of the 975 Richard P. Brown Associates study of the Rahwny River and my construction of models around both the Hansels and Droeschers dams, I will venture to say that the FEMA FIS plan more clearly reflects a storm in the 0,000 cfs category and n 250- to 300-year range. Furthermore, the FEMA FIS plan permits a water surface elevation of 74 ft. in the Lenape Park detention basin. That would adversely impact the upstream Township of Springfield and the downstream City of Rahway. Finally, the FEMA FIS plan is incomplete since it ignores the three tributaries to the Rahway River in Cranford and the Carpenter Place detention basin. These tributaries are Casino Avenue Brook, Orchard Street Brook and the Gallows Hill Road Brook, commonly known in Cranford as the Brookside Place detention basin and downstream channel improvements. I recommend that the FEMA FIS plan as submitted by scrapped in its entirety. It cannot be fixed with minor adjustments. I further recommend that this very important plan for Cranford be redone using flows in keeping with the USGS values for the Rahway River through the township. GREGORY SGROI Cranford. The writer is a former township enginuvr. A version of this letter was sent to Michael Dahiwy of FEMAS Federal Insurance and Mitigation Division. GIRLS 3 to 28 BOYS 3 to 2 BABY DIVISION Under 3 Baby Girl * Baby Boy (2 mo mos.) 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The tale crosses boundaries between fact and conjecture and spans centuries. The old gals talk to the reader and they talk amongst themselves. They talk about their husbands, and their children, and tho White House, and the times they lived in. And, of course, politics. Its not just the stories of their lives its an opening into what they were like as people," Foster said. "They were definitely not the non-entities that history usually calls them." Foster has been an amateur presidential historian for three decades. Following a long career FEATHER SCHWARTZ FOSTER in advertising and having written a score of childrens musical shows, she decided to draw on her thousand-volume personal presidential library and her love of history by penning the book. "Of course Ladies is a work of fiction," said Foster. "After all, it is truly a conjecture of their personalities. But it is nil based on the facts of their lives, the Driveways Parking Lots ^ Line Stripi lives of their husbands and the times they lived in. Most biographies of Fir.st Ladios are full of almanac stuff This book livens things up -especially when the Ladies cross the centuries through Eternity and. talk to each other." Foster will speak first at the Kenilworth Historical Societys meeting 7 p.m. tonight at the Kenilworth Seniors Center, 52G Boulevard. Admission is free and light refreshments will be served. Foster will also be present at The Sisterhood of Temple Beth- El Mekor Chayims first meeting of the fall, 8 pnv. Tuesday at the temple,..38 Walnut Ave. Hope Sass, program vice president, will introduce tho program. President Lenore Klein will preside at a short business meeting. Refreshments will be served by Hospitality Chairpersons Joan Finkelstein and Greta Polonitza. And Harriet Scheiner, Judaica Shop chairperson, will have the Judaica Shop open for shopping. 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5 & * - ZZZZZZZZZZZ^ Thursday Club The. Cranford Senior Citkens Thursday Club meetij p.m. at the Community Center, 220 Walnut.Ave, Activities.-SepL 6 Video "Minnie Pearl.",Sept. 23 A talk on Truth,and Fiction about Slot -Machines".. by Arthur Bilonker, Sept. 30 Radio hour with station CCQC. Trips sponsored by the Thursday Club (the public is welcome) Oct 2-26.Deluxe motor- coach trip to Bar Harbor, Maine. $727. per person, double occupancy. For more information, call (908) , Friday Club The Cranford Senior Citizens Friday Club meets p.m. at the Community Center, 220 Walnut Ave. Activities... " Sept. 7 SbciaiJhmgo. \. Sept. 24 Social/bingo. Trips sponsored by the Friday Club.. V Oct. 3 to Atlantic City. $8, leave from Centennial Avenue Pool. Additional trips planned Nov. 0 a n d D e c ].. jqct to Foxwbod and,mohegan Sun casinos. $70 double occupancy includes two nights accommodations, two continental breakfasts, meal credits, and guided tours of Mystic and New London. Dec. 4 to the Lili Langtry Christmas show. Trip leaves 9 a.m., returns 6 p.m. $63 fee includes show admission and a meal.. ".. For reservations or additional information crtll Helen at (908) Wednesday Club The Cranford Senior Citizens Wednesday Club meets p.m. at the Community Center, 220 Wulnut Ave. Trips planned by the club include Sept. 3 to the Showboat Casino in Atlantic City, leaving from 40 Meeker Ave. at fun. The cost is $6. Additional trips are scheduled Oct. Nov. 8, and Dec6. The public is welcome, For information and reservations, call. Arleen at (908) , Senior Citizens Council of Union County Oct. 6-4 The council is sponsoring a special nine-day trip to Ireland. This, trip will be fully escorted from the time jt leaves Union for a non-stop Aer Lingus fught to Shannon, Ireland, Total cost for the package for double occupancy is $,920 per person or $2,95 for a single with private room. Space is limited. All major credit cards are accepted. Call (908) to receive a flyer and further information on this tour. DONATE A CAR Support NJ Animal Rescue Tax Deductible Tax Forms & Receipts Produced FREE Pick-up within 24 hours info autosalvation.com. Enjoy a i.5 hour (rip on «to Scenic Raritan Valley Line from Wostfield through the countrysldo of Middlesex and Somerset County towards North Branch and return, thetinta will be pulled by Susquefionna STEAM LOCOMOTIVE #42 and will consist of vintage cars, Diner and a Gift Shop, Tho train rids will be the centerpiece of the "Railroad Sales Days" promotions. Come "Discover Westfleld" and kick off Wdsrflolds Adams family colobratlons. OCT 2nd & 3ril 925 am-225 JJIII-325pltl o? for Tickets TRAIN-RIDE This weelc THURSDAY SEPT. 6 AUTUMN SPLENDOR WREATH a workshop at Crafty Kitchen/Ben Franklin Crafts in Garwood p.m. Advance registration required call (908) to register or for more details. FRIDAY SEPT 7 POW/MU REMEMBRANCE DAY a ceremony sponsored by the county Board of Freeholders. 5 a.m.. Union County Courthouse, 2 Broad St., Elizabeth. Open to the public. (908) PIZZA AND SWIMMING - an event for single-parent families at the Westfield YMCA p.m. 220 Clark St., Weatfield. $5. (908) ,. ext SATURDAY SEPTV8 BUS TRIP TO MYSTIC - sponsored by the kenilworth HistoricalSociety, to raise funds for the "Restore-the-House Campaign." $43. (908) HEALTHFAIR ~ offering Iree immunizations at. blood tests to Kenilworth residents, plus prostate tests for a fee. Schering-Plough Campus, 2000 Galloping flill Rd., Kenilworth. 9 a.m-2 p.m. KIDS KINGDOM - the "Traveling Jubilee" returns to Union County, bringing clowns, jugglers, pony rides and more. Noon-6 p.m. Nomahegan Park, Cranford. Free admission. (908) STORYTELLING FOR KIDS featuring Kflthryn Weidener, at Cranford Chronicle September 6, 200<t the clock in downtown Cranford. 030 am for Grades K-2 noon for Grades 3-5. Rain location will be tho Cranford Public Library, 224 WalnutAve. HISTORICAL TOUR OF CRANFORD learn about what the downtown was like 00 years ago, as part of the Experience Downtown Cranford fall festival 0 a.m. beginning at the gazebo at North Union and Springfield avenues. Led by Lawrence Fuhro of Cranford High School and the Cranford Historical-Society. (908) CAR WASH FUNDRAISER for Garwoods eighth grade Class of 2005,0 a.m.4 p.m. little League Complex, end of Myrtle Avenue. $5. cars, $7 vans and trucks. Rain date Sunday, Sept. 9-. V SUNDAY SEPT. 9 RALLY DAY and the opening of a new Sunday School at St Pauls United Church of Christ. 23 Center St., Garwood. (908) MEET, GREET AND EAT NIGHT learn about the high school programs offered by the Youth Ministry of St. Theresas Parish,.Kenilworth. 7 p.m.. For more, call youth minister Rich Donovan at (908) CHILDRENS GAMES AND TOYS - of the Victorian era, at the Crane-Phillips House. 2-4 p.m. 24 North Union Ave., Granford. MONDAY SEP* 20 EMPIRE FALLS - a book discussion group at the Cranford Library, 7 p.m. at the library, 224 Walnut Ave. (908) Inferior - Exterior * Prof essiona I Work* *FREE Estimates^ Fully Insured t Patrick Fay Tel 90S II H.iutv Uium, (*mvi.<i, Cabbage in ML, Pumpkins & (inhtft i* Ixttmtv q{< olprfu! i iriuit"» ready (ot sil \iw \ ill ptandtift i. Orto oil iithn t, Bi i fiwi Slirulti \ H irtiy On Ii M In II Hiiimut li(m) ( oioju l (l I StIVIM h i m ^ till )4 sv.uullci m glad I took the Investors Savings challenge.- The challenge? Find a NJ bank with a higher rate on a CO of the same term, conditions, and minimum deposit If you do, show us the current ad and well meet it. Thats the Investors giiaraiitee 24niGnth GD APY AiwUol Poicenlqpo Ylolda (ApY») shown am nccuralii as ol dolo ol publlcallon and are subject to cliongo uhlioul nolico. Penally lor oaily willidrowdl may jpply. Feus could roduco oominos on Iho accounl. Ask Q " Cuslomsf Sorvlco Roptossnlnliva ubout additional ralos and ioimo that ore available mpnth CD $500 minimum deposit r Also available for iflas winy. \ 48-month CD INV3STOBS) SAVINGS HANK GOLF CLASSIC FALL fc/^..jf-f ^^, iff *L^^ ^.mil ii ^ -~ ~ event to benefit the Church of St. Joseph the Carpenter at the Roselle Golf Club. $50 per person. Fee deadline is Sept. 7. (908) DRIVE FOR AUTISM III golf outing sponsored by the Crossroads School of Westfield. Mattawang Golf Club, Belle Mead. $25 per golfer. (908) , (78) or -. VOTER REGISTRATION sign up to participate in the November election. 5<-9 p.m. Grace. & Peace Fellowship Church, 950! Raritan Rd., Cranford. (908) TUESDAY SEPTl 2 LADIES A CONJECTURE OF PERSONALITIES a discussibn of tlie book on Americas First Ladies by author Feather Schwartz Foster. Hosted.by the Sisterhood of Temple Beth-El Mekor Chayim. 8 p.m. 338 Walriut Ave., Cranford. (908) CHOLESTEROL SCREEN- ING conducted by representatives of Overlook Hospital. 0 a.m.- noon, Westfield Area YMCA, 220 Clark St., Westfield. $2 per person, $8 for those over 60, Register at (800) For more information, call (908) , ext. 25. SEPT. 22 GUERRILLA MARKETING THE 7-SENTENCE MARKET- ING PLAN* workshop presented by the Small Business Development Center of Kean University. 9 a.m.- noon. Kenilworth Veterans Center, 33 South 2st St. $25. (908) 737-" NETWORKING EVENT - fifth annual event sponsored by the Cranford Chamber of Commerce. 730 a.m. The Office, South Avenue, Cranford. $5. (908) THURSDAY SEPT. 23 REGISTER FOR NJIO - sign up to join the New Jersey Intergenerational Orchestra for its season p.m. Cranford High School, 20 West End Place. There is a small fee. For more information, or (908) < SEPt DAYS OF PURPOSE - Cianford Alliance Church kicks off its participation in the national program with a "Mediterranean Cruise" event p.m. Orange Avenue School, Cianford. (908) or Be Your Own Boss COMING UP VOICE OF THE FAITHFUL Union County aleliate of the lay Catholic organization sponsors a talk by Monsignor Kenneth Lasch. 730 p.m. Sept. 27. First United Methodist Church of Westfield, T East Broad St... " BALTIC SAGAS a talk by Cranford resident Karl G. Heinze about his new book of the same title. 730 p.m. Sept. 28. Cranford, Community Center, 220 Walnut Avo. (908) ,. RECRUITMENT NIGHT for Boy Scout Troop 69 and Cub Scout Pack 69, sponsored by St. Midiaels Church p.m. at the church.alden Street, Cranford.. (908) GOLF CLASSIC 2004 to benefit the Arc of Union County, Inc. Shackamaxon Golf & County Club, Scotch Plains. Sept. 30. Registration begins at 0 a.m.,.with a modified shotgun start at 230 p.m. For more information, call (908) or (908) or poneill^arcunion.org. SIKATEGBES FOR CAREER.ADVANCEMENT - presented by. consultant Lloyd Feinstein p.m. Sept. SO. Free, Kenilworth Public.Library, 548 Boulevard. (908) ART EXHffilT/AUCTION - and wine and cheese reception, featuring Italian artist Guido Borelli da Caluso. A benefit program for the Kenilworth Historical Societys "Restore the House" campaign. 7 p.m. Oct.. Schering-Plough complex, 2000 Galloping Hill Road, Kenilworth. OCTOBERFEST - seventh annual event in Kenilworth. a.m.-5 p.m. Oct. 0. Along the Boulevard between 8th and 23rd streets. (908) PRIDE IN CRANFORD AWARDS DINNER presented by tlie Cranford Chamber of Commerce pm. Oct. 20. Galloping Hill Inn, 325 Chestnut St., Cranford. (908) or (908) TOWN -WIDE LITTER PICK- UP DAY in Cranford, sponsored by the Clean Communities Committee. 0 a.m.-noon Oct. 23 volunteers should sign up by Oct. 8. To register, call the coordinator at (908) RED RIBBON DRUG AWARENESS DAY commemorating the lives of those lost fighting drug abuse, featuring wide array of kids entertainment. 0 a.m.-4 p.m. Oct. 23. Nomahegan Park, Cranford. (732) TRICKY TRAY GEFT AUC- TION third annual event to benefit the Cerebral Palsy League. Oct. 24. Donations are now being accepted call Melissa Taveras at (908) , ext. 5. ONE-DAY PILGRIMAGE to the Basilica of tlie National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, D.C. Oct. 30. Sponsored by St. Annes Church, Garwood. $30 per person includes box meal and bus transportation. (908) Own Your Own si Conimerical Cleaning Franchise YAIV Cleaning System Central & South Now Jbrsoy Northom New Jorsoy. FREE 2004 Color Swingset Catalog & DVD Factory 2nds Sale Now Going On... oxp. 9/30AM Sets Starting from $899 00s of Chemical Free j Redwood-Red Cedar ^Swingsets to Choose From Free Factory Water Seal & JV Free Lifetime Warranty v\locations In NJ«NY,-CT«VT Log onto rainbowdirect.com entot-code NJPA for COLOR CATALOG & DVD. No Internet? Call APY I ft, t& l-8b September 6, 2004 Floraphile Club reconvenes Monday The Floraphile Garden Club of Cranford will open its 54th. Season lit p.m. Monday with a plant exchange at the home of Doris Pacholok. The club is one of the 22 garden clubs belongingto tho Garden Club of New Jersey. Members enjoy a variety of programs featuring horticulture, flower arraiiging-and items of environmental concern. Most programs are held at the Cranford Community Center, and prospective members and the public are invited. The club has two long-standing civic projects, plantings at Girl Scout Park and at the First Aid Building. In addition, the club lends support to numerous groups such as The New Jersey Conservation Foundation, Nature Conservancy and the Rutgers Gardens. At Mondays meeting co-presidents Juno Nicholls and Barbara Olseri will conduct the business meeting and the years program schedule will be announced. Yearbooks designed by Mrs. Pacholok, Mary Nevalls and Betty Hicks will be distributed to members. Mrs. Olsen will also act as co-hostess for the afternoon. Registration opens for fall programs CRANFORD - The Cranford Recreation & Parks Department has announced the list of adult fall programs for local residents. The schedule is as follows Yoga, p.m. Wednesdays. Morning Total Conditioning, a.m. Mondays and Thursdays.. Evening Total Conditioning, p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays. Billiards, p.m. Thursdays. Over-8 Basketball, p.m. Tuesdays at Orange Ave. School.. Over-35 Basketball, p.m. Mondays. Registration begins at noon this Saturday for the yoga and conditioning programs, and at 0 a.m. Saturday for the billiards and basketball programs. Call the Recreation and Parks Department at (908) for further information. See 9th-century toys at Crane-Phillips CRANFORD Curious about what your great-grandparents did for fun when they were young? Then dont miss "Childrens Games and Toys," Sundays program at the Crane-Phillips House Museum. The program, from 2-4 p.m., will give visitors a rare glimpse at what children did for fun at the turn of the last century. Costumed docents will show such items as a late 9th-century stereo-optic viewer and a "magic lantern," a 9th-century slide projector from a time long before there was any such thing as the movies, radio or TV. Light from a small oil lamp projected color pictures from glass slides on the wall. Volunteers will also demonstrate early board games which were based on self improvement and taking the right path in life. Visitors will see valuable 9th-century dolls, ranging from large dolls that would have been owned by a child from a wealthy family, to a cloth topsy-turvy doll and a handmade dolls bed. The Crane-Phillips House, Museum is located at 24 North Union Aye. Register to vote at Grace & Peace Church CRANFORD A voter registration event will be held ut Grace & Peace Fellowship Church, 950 Raritm Rd. from 5* 9 p.m. Monday. The church will also mail registration forms to those unable to attend call the church anytime at (908) and leave your name und address. Cranford Chronicle ing it Residents learn survival skills in Trailside program By BRAD BISHOP THE KECOItD-PHESS Though-many people nrent inclined to notice, theres a vast, complex world above us, below us, and extending as far as our eyes can see. And after attending one all-day class, even a wilderness neophyte can put much of it to good use, says wilderness skills instructor Lisa Bonney. "By the end of some of our programs, we have 7-year old kids who can carve their own bowdrill sets and make fire (from scratch)," said Bonney. At the Watchung Reservations Sky Top Picnic area Sunday, Bonneys grown-up pupils had the opportunity to discover if building a fire without matches is indeed clulds play. For $60 to $70 each, 2 area residents enrolled in the Tom Browns Tracker School Workshop. In the morning section of the class, participants learned how to build a fire using only materials they could find in the nearby woods. And after lunch, the class was taken on a tour of tlie reservation and taught to identify wild edible and medicinal plants. The. all-day session is one of a series of new programs scheduled to be held at the reservation this fall. Besides the survival skills workshop, the schedule includes night hikes, poetry readings, and classes on American Indian lore. The philosophy of the program is to bring people into the reservation to appreciate the environment, to become stewards of the environment, and build a sense of community," said Trailside Nature and Science Centers adult program coordinator Elisa Sananian. "In our high-tech society there is-not.much appreciation for these basic skills," she said. "And these are basic skills that were practiced by people long before (non-native people) moved to this land." Sundays event, sponsored by Union County, began with the fire-building lesson. To create fire from natural materials, program participants had to assemble four major components into a "bowdrill." Workshop students started by selecting two flat pieces of wood to bookend an inch-thick wooden spindle. Then, they knotted a piece of rope to both ends of a fourth piece of wood, a stick of about two feet long. After wrapping tho rope around the spindle, pupus forcibly cranked the stick in a rigorous back-and-forth motion, causing the spindle to quicldy rotate between the two blocks of wood and generate friction. "Mostpeople dont have to learn this kind of thing, but now suddenly were plunged back to the early 800s. People on Survivor should take a course like this." Kirk Fleming Ed Sheaffer had success building a fire, but still isnt likely to venture Into the woods without a lighter. Many ways to experience CRANFORD - The "Experience Downtown Cranford" fall festival got under way last weekend with the Dine Around Downtown promotion at local restaurants, but the main festivities start tonight and continue through the weekend, offering events and amusements for all ages. Kicking off the weekends activities will be local musi cian Kerry Drexler, who will perform 7 p.m. tonight at. Eastman Plaza. A Cranford native and ranford High graduate, Dreader can often be seen strumming his acoustic guitar at the Crossroads in Garwood or participating in the New Jersey Independent Music Festival, held every year in downtown Princeton. Although Drexler can sing any cover song, he has drawn a following for his performances of }ii s original music, The Concerts continue Friday, night with Pipe Dream, jamming out the music of. good ot boy John Cougar Mellencamp beginning at 8 p.m. at Eastman Plaza, Pipe. Dream, which formed two years ago, has been seen on the outdoor festival circuit as.veil at) several cafes and bars throughout New Jersey. The band plays with an infectious spirit that gets audiences dancing. Saturday brings another concert but also much more, as residents and guests are invited to "Stay the Day" downtown. The morning starts off with a three-mile downtown foot,race sponsored by Back to Nature (Sign-up beginsat 9. a.m. at the gazebo see Sports for. more). While some will be running through town, others will prefer to take a walkwa historical walking tour, that is. Lawrence Fuhro, president of the Cranford Historical Socioty and a historical teacher at Cranford High, will lead a pair of one-hour tours of the downtown, helping participants to. imagine what it looked like a century ago or more. Fuhro will use maps original photographs to recreate a. period when North Union Avenue was used as a firehouse alloy, steam fire engines would patrol the area known. as "Cranes Ford," and a modest train, station was built to serve the 76commuters to,, New York City, The tours will start at 0 and am. from the. gazebo. Alter-just a few minutes, smoke was billowing out from a mechanism built by Scotch Plains resident Tim Gordon. After adding bite of dried grass and other plant materials to his heat source, Gordon who works-in sales when hes not doubling as a survivalist watched proudly as orange flames began to consume the debris he laid in front of him. "About a year ago, I decided I had to learn how to make fire," said Gordon, an avid hunter, fisherman, and hiker. "So I read a few books, and tried it myself, but I couldnt do it." Yvette Scola, a part-time teacher and full-time mom from Westfield, said after the morning instruction session she was confident she could build a fire if she ended up getting lost in tlie woods during one of her hiking vacations. "The concept is easy its not technically complex, but it takes a lot of patience," Scola said. "You have to work slowly to get results. Theres not the instant gratification of just striking a match." "Most people dont have to loam this kind of thing, but now suddenly were plunged back to the early 800s," joked Kirk Fleming of Westfield, who attended the class with his wife Diane. "People on Survivor should take a course like this." Although, as Ed Shenffer of South Plainfield pointed out, its probably best not to wander out into the woods without a lighter. "Its always comforting in the woods to know you can light a fire with just about anything," Sheaffer said, "but in general Im going to try to avoid placing myself in this position." The use of modern technology probably can make venturing out into the wilderness safer, said instructor David Ott. But perhaps, relying on GPS units and cell phones when visiting places outside the boundaries of human civilization is missing the point. "Right now, we have people rubbing sticks together and trying to make lire," Ott said. "But whats really important is what happens to them when they create fire, working with their hands." The fear of the unknown which makes some afraid of technology, and others afraid to be without it - is difficult for many to overcome, Ott said. Both Ott and Bonney spent a year living in primitive conditions in New Jerseys Pine Barrens, an experience they say gave them the opportunity to learn basic survival skills and the chance to live in a world without thf prevalence of televi- Life PHOTOSBY BAAD BiSHOPrtHE RECORD-PRESS Wilderness skills Instructor Lisa Bonney holds a plantain, an invasive plant that has medicinal value and can be used to treat bee stings. Tim Gordon had no luck trying to build a fire with tips from books, but had better results at Sundays program. sions, traffic, and the interruptions of modern life. "Distraction is so much a part of everyones lives people dont know what its like to not have televisions and restaurants around every corner," Ott said. Being separated from a wild environment makes people unaware.of the intricate natural world that surrounds them, explained Bonney. "Look clown at your feet. Most people will see their lawn or just grass, but in one patch of ground, theres so much to learn about," she said, picking n grassy leaf called a plantain. The leaf, which resembles a weed, can be used as an antidote for a bee sting, she explained. The weekend at a glance Tho Expononco Downtown Cranford (all fosllval gets underway in oarnos! this wookond. Tho sqhodulo THURSDAY Concert by guitarist Korry Droxlor, 7 p.m., Enslman Ptaa FRIDAY Concorl by John Molloncnmp tribulo band Plpo Droam, B p.m., Eastman Plaza SATURDAY 5-K downtown road raco, sign-up starts 9 a.m.. tho gazabo, North Union nnd Sprlngliold nvonuos Historical walking tours ol tho downtown, 0 n.m. and a.m., tho gazobo Frlonds bl.tho Library story hours, 0 a.m. (Gr. K-2) and p.m. (Qr, 3-5), tho North Avonuo clock Mad Sclonco shows, 2 p.m., Toysland, 29 Aldan Stroot 2 p.m., Jack & Jill, 05 Walnut Avo. Concorl by local band Brother John Brown, 5 p.m., Enslmnn Plaza Faco painting, ongoing, Sandy Docks, 23 North Union Avo. Paul Cflsalo art show, ongoing, Frnma & Flno Art Conlur, 9 Eastman St. SUNDAY Annual Antiques Fair, a.m.-5 p.m., North Union Avonuo and Aldon Slrool Concorl by Broadway slngor Lauren Shub, 2 p.m., Iho gazobo Concorl by jaz.2 group Alfred Pallorcon Trip, 2 p.m. Eastman Plaza for more information, contact the Historical Society at (908) While the tour may appeal to an older set, theres plenty for kids on Saturday, too. The Friends of the Cranford Puhlic Library will host story hours at the clock at 0 a.m. for Grades K-2 and p.m. for Grades 3-5. Kids can also learn some cool science facts tit a pair of Mad Science shows, at noon outside of Toysland, 29 Alden St. and 2 p.m. outside of Jack &.lill, 05 Walnut Ave The show will include foggy dry ice storms, giant bench balls floating in mid-air, hot air balloons, fire balls-from-candles, bungee-jumping beakers, water defying gravity and a hovercraft, And those.-with a more -, artisticbent can check out the face-painting scene at Sandy. Decks parties, 23 North Union Ave!, or viewdisplay of artwork by.cranford artist Paul Casale at Frame & Fine Art Center, 9 Eastman St. Saturdays activities conclude with a performance by local favorites and classic rock specialists Brother John "It also can make for a good salad green," she said with a grin, placing the plantain into her mouth. Other naturally occurring plants can bo used to create a salve, a cream that heals scratches and burns. During the afternoon portion of the program, Bonney led the class into the woods for a plant identification session. While her students will learn to identify numerous plant species over the course of the day, Bonney said the real goal is to pique their interest in the natural world. "Each person will find a plant they didnt know about, but really we want them to learn how to learn," Bonney said, adding that most plants can be easily identified with the right combination of field guides, once you know what to look for. Bonneys philosophy rang true for Jamie Anderson, a nurse from Cranford, who said comfort in a natural but unfamiliar world goes hand in hand with education. "I think its important to be able to be as confident in any environment as one would need to be," she said. "And the easiest way to be confident is to be knowledgeable." "The over-arching goal of our programs is to increase peoples awareness, and get them out of the ruts of their lives," Bonney explained. "Life cant be boring if you choose to be aware... When you reach a point where rubbing a couple of sticks together is fun for you, who needs movies?", Brown from 5-7 p.m. at Eastman Plaza. The festivities continue Sunday with the Annual Antique Show beginning at a.m. on Alden Street and North Union Avenue. The show, a longtime highlight of the fall festival, draws antique dealers with their own assortments.of furniture, clothing, collectibles and more. Sunday also brings two. nooii-time concerta. to tho downtown. Broadway singer Lauren Shub, who has also appeared atclubs ill New York and Washington and at the Sweet Sounds Downtown jazz, festival inwe<stfiold, will per* form at the gazebo. Over at Eastman-Plaza thealfred Patterson Trio, drawing on the repertoire of original music and standards by.fats,waller and James Brown, willpei-t. form at the same time. The trio hasperfonlied around New York and New Jersey for the past 20 years including venues such as the Westfield,. JaM Festival, Newark Museum and Elizabeth Public Library. -.,.-,,.".. For. more information on the., weekends events, call the Downtown Management Corporation at (908)

6 I i>wr^*---i~^.-^^....»...,, ,...,...- ^., - V i I.. B-2 Cranford Chronicle September 6, 2004 September 6 & 7,2004 CRANF-ORD - Frances M. Botti Litterio died Sept, 6, 2004 at Overlook Hospital in Summit She was born in Jersey City and had lived in Cranford since 969. Mrs. Litterio was a former,.administrative assistant to the Cranford Health Department and. Cranford substance abuse counselor. She retired in 995 after over 0 years working for the township. As a member of the Central Jersey Road Runners Club she ran the New York City Marathon in J995, 996, 998-and 999. She recorded u personal best of 4 hours 22 minutes hi.the 999 race, which she, entered with a daughter, Michele Keating, and five other relatives and friends. Mrs. Littorio trained the six other women in her group and all completed the event. Her father, Frank Botti, is deceased.... Alsosurviving are her husband of 42 years, Frank her mother, Florence Botti three sons, Michael,. Jairies and Joseph another daughter, Francie Agnone two brothers, Vincent Botti and Frank Botti two sisters, Virginia Colarusso and Margaret Alvarez and nine grandchildren. A funeral Mass was held Friday at St. Theresas Roman Catholic Church in Kenilworth, Burial was in Fairyiew Cemetery, Westfield. Arrangements were by the Dooley Funeral Home. Donations may be sent to the American Cancer Society. Helen G. Frowery GARWOOD Helen G. Frowery, 87, died Sept. 3, 2004 at her home in Scotch Plains. Bornin Garwood, she lived in Union and Plainfield before nioving to Scotch Plains in Ms. Frowery was employed as a bookkeeper with Trans World Radio in Chatham for 20 years before retiring in 984. She was a longtime member-.of the Terrill Road Bible Chapel in Fanwood and volunteered at Childrens Specialized Hospital in Fanwood She is survived by. several nieces and nephews.. Services will be 8 p.m. tonight at Memorial Funeral Home, 55 South Ave., Fanwood. Visitation will be at 7 p.m.. Memorial contributions may be ihade to the Terrill Road Bible Chapel..., Christopher J. Miller CRANFORD -. Ruth Labadessa, 95, died Sept.,2004 at her home., Born in Cokesbury, she lived in Rosello Park for 35 years before moving to Cranford 27 years ago. Mrs. Labadessa was a factory worker for Madan Plastic, Rosellp Park, for 0 years before retiring in 972. Previously, she worked for Alcoa Inez in Garwood for many years.. She was a member of the Tuesday Senior Citizens Club, Cranford. Surviving are.a son, Ralph daughters, Nancy DePalma and Judy Bober six grandchildren and a great-grandchild. A funeral Maas was hold Wednesday in the Church of the Assumption, Roselle Park. Arrangements were by the Dooley Funeral Home, Cranford. CRANFORD Christopher J. Miller, 20, died Sept. 6, 2004 at CoritraState Medical Center in Freehold. He lived in his native Edison and in Cranford before moving to Middletown in 993. Mr. Miller was a boiler technician trainee with the Miller & Chitty Co. in Kenilworth. He graduated in 2002 from Middletown High School South. Surviving are his parents, Joseph and Carol a brother, Joseph A. two sisters, Kimberly and Melanie- his maternal grandparents, Estelle and Albert Roehm and his paternal grandmother, Jean. A funeral Mass was held Thursday at St. Catherine Roman Catholic Church in Middletown. Burial was in Fairview Cemetery, Westfield. Arrangements were by the John F, Pfleger Funeral Home in Middletown. Sister Sara Smith Mid-week worship at Calvary Lutheran CRANFORD Calvary Lutheran Church, located at 08 Eastman St., has kicked off its fall schedule with a new mid-week worship opportunity known as "WOW," Worship on Wednesdays. This 45-minute service was started in the summer, and the response has been so positive that the service is continuing in the fall at a slightly earlier time, 7 p.m., to accommodate families. WOW is offered for those whose weekend plans or work sched-* ule might take them away from church on Sunday Dress is casual at this informal service of Holy Communion, which offers simple music, scripture lessons and a meditation, but not a full sermon ,., Sunday worship services have returned to their fall and winter times of 830 and a.m. Botli services include Holy Communion. Sunday School has begun for children ages 3 years through seventh grade from 945 to 045 a.m. in the Education Building behind the church.. Adult Forum which offers a look at church issues, current events and spiritual growth also meets at this time in the upstairs lounge of the Education Building. The falls activities also offer musical opportunities for participating in the adult, teen, hand-bell and childrens choirs. Calvary Lutheran Church celebrates its 76th anniversary in September. The church is a congregation of the New Jersey Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, serving the Cranford-Westfield area and surrounding communities. The Rev. Carol A. Lindsay is pastor. For further information about worship service and activities or directions to Calvary, call the church office at (908) GARWOOD James Edward Chamberlin, 53, died Sept., 2004 in Union Hospital. Born in Elizabeth, lie lived in Iryington before moving to Garwood nine years ago. Mr. Chamberlin was a computer technician for Compucom Systems, Morris Plains, for three years. Earlier, he was a Radio Shack store manager for 7 years in the northern New Jersey area. He was a. member of the Knights of Columbus Council 4504, Union,, and the Union County Irish-American Society. Surviving are his wife, Laurie a daughter, Alyson a son, James Jr. a brother, Don, and a sister, Connie Fusco. A funeral Mass was offered Wednesday in St. James Church, Springfield. Arrangements were by the Dooley Funeral Home, Cranford. CRANFORD - Sister Sara Smith, 9, of the Benedictine Sisters of Elizabeth, died Sept. 0, 2004 in Trinitas Hospital, Elizabeth. Born in Pittsburgh, Pa., she entered the Benedictine Sisters on Sept. 8, 942. She made her first monastic profession on April 29, 944. An elementary school teacher, Sister Sara taught at St. Josophs in Maplewood from 947 through 95 and 954 through 96 She also taught at the Blessed Sacrament School in Elizabeth from 95 through 954, St. Michaels in Cranford from 966 through 968 and St. Henrys in Bayonne from 968 through 970 and S72 through 976. Arrangements were by the Higgins and Bonner Echo Lake Funeral Home, Westfield. CRANFORD - Evelyn F. Vavala, 73, died Sept. 8, 2004 at Genesis ElderCare-Westfield Center. Born in Newark, she lived in Cranford before moviilg to Union in 973. Mrs. Vavnla retired in 996 after. 25 years with Hexacon Electric in Roselle. Her husband, Frank A., is deceased. Surviving are three daughters, Anna Marie Decker, Marianna Caputo and Loietti Zultanky a brother, James Politano a sister, Josephine Sica six grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. A funeral Mass was held Saturday at St. Michaels Roman Catholic Church, Union, following services at the McCracken Funeral Home in Union. Entombment was in the Hollywood Memorial Park mausoleum, Union. Donations may be sent to Alzheimers Association, 400 Morris Ave., Suite 25, Denville, NJ CRANFORD - Robert H. Lamb, 68, died Sept. 9, 2004 at Newark Beth Israel Medical Center. Mi. Lamb was born in Utica, N.Y. He lived in Des Moines, Iowa, and Cranford before moving to Green Brook 3 / > years ago, He retired in 998 as a banker with CoreStates Bank in Trenton. Mr. Lamb received a bachelors degree in business from Utica College in 956. He was a volunteer with the New Jersey Bicycling Association, the Sharing Network and tiie heart transplant center at Newark Beth Israel Medical Center. The National Guard veteran also was a volunteer firefighter in Des Momes and Cranford. A daughter, Susan, died in 968. Surviving are his wife, Theresa Vendetta Lamb a daughter, Karen MacNaul and husband Raymond of Warren a son, Jeffrey and wife Laura of Basking Ridge two sisters, Sally DiOrio of Whitesboro, N.Y., and Betty Gleason of Phoenix, Ariz. and three grandchildren. Private arrangements were by the Higgins Home for Funerals, in Watchung.. Donations may be sent to The Jimmy Fund, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, 44 Binney St., Boston, MA 025 or The Sharing Network, 84 Mountain Ave., Springfield, NJ GROW YQUR BUSINESS! I Place ybur^businesg-card-size ad in 30 Now Jersey newspapers and get your message to over 3 million readers for I $050. Statewide coverage for less than $8.07 per publication. I CONTACT THIS NEWSPAPER for more information or contact Diane Trent, New Jersey Press Association, ext. 24 idont REPLACE YOUR OLD BATHTUB. We also do Sinks, Tile, Tub Surrounds & Color Travul Chorgo May Apply W/COUPOft regularly$325 SAVF New Jersey 2x2 Display Ad Network Now sorvlng Soulhorn, NJ EASTERN REFINISHING CO Talk address Baltic Sagas 5 CRANFORD Cranford resident Karl G. Heinze will give an lecture and audio visual presentation on the history of the Baltic nations at 730 p.m. Sept. 28 in the Cranford Community Center. Using material from his recently-published book, "Baltic Sagas Events and Personalities That Changed the World," Heinze will tell of marauding Vikings, wars, armored knights, tsars, empresses, rockets and communism, all part of the heritage of the Baltic region. Listeners wijl hear tales of strong-willed men and women, courage, murder, greed, seduction and intrigue. Heinze obtained his degree from Seton Hall University and went on to earn an M.B.A. from Harvard University. He then served on a U.S. Navy destroyer, the Samuel B. Roberts DD 823, which went around the world, stopping at 27 ports. He continues to travel and has been to 80 countries. Although his major focus has been on a business career, he has always been a writer, and he has published numerous articles. He is also a photographer and has exhibited in the New York area. "Baltic Sagas," his first fulllength book, combines his interest in history, travel, and photography. Admission to the program is free and all are welcome. The program is sponsored by the Cranford Public Library. For more information, call the library at (908) Information about the book can be found at balticsagas.net. NJWA programs start soon WESTFIELD The month of September has traditionally meant a return to education, and the New Jersey Workshop for the Arts offers many different opportunities for people of all ages to expand their knowledge and. explore their creative talents. -.. The youngest of students, ages 3 to 5, can join the Kids n.arts program. This class is offered for 0 two-hour sessions on either Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday, from 930 to li30 a.m. or 230 to 230 p.m. The curriculum offers experiences in art, music and drama. Taught by Diane Burkam and Valerie Pineda, classes begin on Oct. 5 at LEGALS LEGAL NOTICE SURROGATES COURT OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK FILE NO. OJ-03(Q) COUNTY OF CHEMUNG CITATION THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK. By Itio Grace o( God Froo und Indopondunl, TO Ranald SI Luuroru last-known nddrosa Cranford, NJ, whoso continnont.mtoroat in a truat oslablisliod by Alfrod Rhodoo, doconaod, could bo advorsaly nffoclod by iho Will ol Wilfrad Rliodoa, decoasod, which has boon offorad (or prabolo, ami il Ronnld SI Lnuranl bo docaasud Mian lo his axacutor. administrator, disl/ibulous or hoirsutlaw, if any thojo bo. whoso OXIQIGIKO, nainoa and pout oldco nddrussoa and placo of residence aro unknown arid cannot, aftor duo dilitjonco bo ascertained. A Polilion having boon duly filed by IIIQ LOW Offices of Davidson & 0M.ira. PC. wilh ilu principal placo ol bualnosa at 243 Lako Slrool. Elmini. New York 4800O02 YOU ARE HEREBY CITED TO SHOW CAUSE boforo Iho Surrogatou Court, ChomuiiQ Counly at 224 Lako Slraot. Elmiru, New York on Ilia October I, 2004, nt 830 a.m. why u docroo should not bo nrado in Iho oalulo of WILFRED E RHODES lately domiciled at 772 Larchmont Road, Elniiro, NY tho Counly of Chomumj. admitting to probatu cm o Will orioal and poisonal properly a popor dated March 30, 2000 and ordoilnrj that (lotto of Administration willi tho WillAnnomd) issue lo D. Druca Crow. III. And fiiilhor lako nollco. that you and oach of you above named, aro lioroby sorvod with this Cilntlon by publication pursuant lo an Order of Ilio Court authorizing and directing auch sorvico duly granted horoin on Ilio 6lh day ol August, 2004 and in tho ovonl of your norjlocl or failure to appear on said dato of rolurn, a guardian ad lilem will bo appointed by tho-surrogate to ropreaont your rnltirosts in said matter aa u poroon undor diaabiiily as providod by law.. WITNESS, HONORABLE PETER C. BUCKLEY and HONORABLE JAMES TO HAYDEN, Surrogates of said County, ul Iho Courthouse in tho Cily of Elmira, Now York, on IGlhdayof August, 200-I in tho Local Bond Law, has begun lo run from tho dale of Iho first, publication of this statement. Copies ol the lull omondod bond ordinoncu tiro nvailablo at no cost and during rogular business houra, at tho Borough Clorks oflico for rnombora ol tha nonoral public who roquost Iho aamo. Iho summary or the terms of such bond ordinance follows Title BOND ORDINANCE AMENDING BOND ORDI- NANCE AUTHORIZING ROAD IMPROVE- MENTS OF SECOND AVENUE, EAST STREET AND LOCUST AVENUE, APPROPRIATING $05,000 THEREFOR AND AUTHORING THE ISSUANCE OF $85,500 GENERAL IMPROVEMENT BONDS OR BOND ANTICIPATION NOTES TO FINANCE PART OF THE COST THEREOF.. Purpose. Road Improvamiynla of Socond Avpnuo, East Slreol and Locust Avonuo Appropriation. $05,000 Bonds/Notos Authorized $05,500 Grants (if nnyl Appropriated Now Jorsuy Transportation Trusl Fund Municipal Aid Program ($00,000) Section 20 Coals $40,000 Useful Life 0 years Christina M. Ariemina, RMC Municipal Clark Borough of Gaiwood 5J8S2 Wodnosday, Octobor 0,2004 at 730 p.m. In Rdom 07 of tho Municipal Building, 8 Springfield Avenue, Cranford, Now Jersey to hoar the following case. Application»P08-04 Robort Koady, Applicant. 8 Ronioro Placa, Block 08. Lot 2, Zono R.4, To permit minor construction within a flood zono (36-42.C). All maps and-papera rolativo to said application are on filo in Ilio Plafininn/Zoning Oftico. Cronford Municipal Building, 8 Springfield Avonuo, Cranford, Now Jersey and are available for inspection Monday through Friday betwoon Ihu hours of 000 AM. until 200 P.M. and l00 P.M. until 400 P.M. Any Inlorosted party or parson or porsori3 affectod by this application will liavo an opportunity to prosonl any objeclions to Iho propoaod devolopmont. Tho Board doos, however, havo tho right lo oxcludo ropolitious loslimony in accordanco willi tho rules of tho Planning Board. Edward M, Schmidt. Socrolary SI274.hi Patricia A. Kroitzor CHIEF CLERK OF THE SURROGATES COURT Attorney Bryan J. Marjga!-Eoq Addroej 243 loku SlMot. Elmira. New-York Tolophono it G07/ NOTE This citation is tioivod upon you as required by law. You aro not required lo appear. II you (ail to appear II Will b«auuniad you do not object lo tlm relief raquoalod. You havo u right lo have an oltomoy-al-law appuar (or you....., Proof of sorvico of tlilii Cit jlion must bo filed wiih thu Couit on or boforo tha Thursday nrocodinn tho return date P2NYCRR (o))"... y u i l! O S a LEGAL NOTICE.. BOROUGH OF KENILWORTH. PUBLIC NOTICE is horaby oiuon Ilial an Ordinance of Which tho following i3 a copy, wait introduced, read und passed on first reading by Iha Mayor and Council of Iho Borouoh of Ktinilworlli ul u mealing on. Ilio 6lh day of Seplorriber. 2004, mid that said Council will lurtliw con-. aider the said Ordinance for final passurje. on Ilio 3!h day of October, at the. Kanllwoiili Municipal Building 567 Boulevard Ksnllwortli Now J m y t y,. ii ucip Building. 567 Boulevard, Ksnllwortli, Now Jomey, at 600 P,M.,- at wtilcli time and place any persons who. may be Inloruuted therein will be given an oppotlmnily t b h d c l h Odl may ti g to bo heard concernlnn such Ordlriance....,.,-, BOROUGH OF KENII.WORTII. PROPOSEO OROINANCI- NO , ORDINANCE AMENDING KENILWORTH CODE CHAPTER.30, "IQUCE DETRIMENT" ^SUBSEC- TION 39-8, , "OUTIEiS OF CHIEF. OF POLICE and "SUBSECTION 39-U., -SALARIES und CHAPTER 5.ARTICLE X. LOCAL DEFENSE COUNCIL",. BE ITORDAINED BY THE GOVERNING BODY OF THE BOROUGH OF KENIIWORH THAT CHAPTER 30, SUBSECTION 3IW) OK THE BOROUGH CODE.. REGARDING THE DUTIES OF THE CHIEF OF. POLICE IS HEREBY REVISED WITH THE FOLLOW-. ING ADDITIONS, K. Dutlos &nd responsibilitio) of the. Enlitrgoncy -.Management Coordinator us provided by tha Nav> Jersey Civilian Defense and Diaasler Conlrol Act (App. A!M6.) Tr)»so duties are expressly conllngant upon compliance with ths tuccssaful complalion of th«. approprioto courso of study pursuant to Stale Law and appointment by ths Mayor for the requisite period and BE IT FURTHER ORDAINEDIhiM Chapter H raviserfwith tha following,. 6 Tha annual bass salary for Hie Chief of Police Is. increased by Iho amount designated and appropriated by lh» Council for the dulios dolegoled to Iho Municipal Ernergenc/ Manogenmnl Coordinator whan h» nerves In aucn capacity... and BE lourther ORDAINED that Artlcls X of Chapter S Is deleted and replaced as follows.. ARTICLE X NEW JERSEY CIVILIAN DEFENSE COORDINATOR SUUSECTION 5-70, ESTADLISHMENT, DUTIES AND POWERS.. A. There shall ba uppointod by the Mayor a Municipal Emorrjoncy Manunomenl Coordinator who shall sorvo u lerinus provided by Ihe Now Jersey Civilian Dufonao and Disaster Control Acl..The upiiointnienl of un individual shall not bar the. Borough from deulgnalinri a. coordinator pursuant to "Intorlocal Services Act" In lieu of tho Police Chldlfor tho Borough, B. All the duties, powers, lenurt) and responsibilities of the Municipal Eniuiijoncy Managemenl Coordinator shall coincide wuti those enumerated, by Slale Statute, Rugulalloriarld Ordurs by Ilia Governor oftlio Stale of NqwJorsoy.. " OREGGF..DAVID, MAYOR A H E S t... HEDY LIPKE. BOROUGH CLERK j LEGAL NOTICE. BOROUGH OF GARWOOD PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that Ins GarWood, Board of Education will hold a Special Meeting on. Wednesday, October al 730 p.m In Iho All Purpose Room of Iho Washlnrjlon School Tho purpose of tills meollnq Is lo select an applicant to till the Vucancy on ths Board of Education.,, Action will bo taken...,. Barbaru Tudak, SDA/BS S5.6I C343UO8M.. LEGAL NOTICE. AMENDED BOND ORDINANCE STATEMENTS AND SUMMARY Tho Amended Bond Ordinance, the summary terms of which aro included, herein, has been finally adopted by Urn Borough Council of tho Borough of Garwooo\ in the County ofunipn. State of Now Jersey on September an* the 20 day period of limitation within which a suit, action or proceeding questioning the velld-. jly of such ordinance can be commenced, us provided LEGAL NOTICE REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS TOWNSHIP OF CRANFORD. NJ RIVERFRONT REDEVELOPMENT AREA TAKE NOTICE THAT on September 23, 2004, Iho Township of Cranford shall make available a Request for Proposals for Iho development of tha Riverfront Rodovelopment Area (tho. *RFP"). A copy of Iho RFP may bo picked up on that date and thereafter from Iho oliicos of Ilia Township Clerk, 8 Sprlnglield Avonuo, Cranford,. Now JiirsW 0700, , Proposals responding to tne RFP amio bo received no Ijlur than 00 AM on December 22, 2004 at tho above address. Thur Riverfront Redevelopment Area Is approximately 3 ij acres In size and is located adjacent to the Crunford train station and bordered by South Avenue Bast. High Slrool, Iho New Jersey Transit railroad right-of-way and Iho Ruhway River.,..,. ROSALIE HELLENBRECHT TOWNSHIP CLERK 80.7 ntt-s itthft-m LEGAL.NOTICE,. TOWNSHIP OF CHANFORD ZONING BOARO.OF ADJUSTMENT - Tim. Board of Adjustment (Zoning), Township of Cranford, County of Union, Now Jersey will hold a ruljularly scheduloci meeting on Monday, November 0, 2004 at 745 p.m. In Room 07 of lh<? Municipal Uullding, I). Springlield Avenue, Cranfold, New Jersey and lo near the following case.. Application Joseph und Palnta Anton. Applicants, Hillside Place. Block HO, Lot 4,20ne R- 4i To permit consliuction of u porch with less thanthd required (rout yard setback (I3TKJ0.6) 2. Application. *Z30-04 Philip and Eluabelh Kelltir, Applicants, 20 Craig Placo. Block 233, Lol 7, R-4 Zone, To permit construction of ah addition wilh less then the required minimum rear yard setback ( ) and less than tho required minimum combined, side yard. setback ( ), - All maps and papers relalivu to said application tire oil file In the Plannlnii/Zonlno Office, Cranford Municipal. Building, S Springfield Avenue. Cranford, New Jersey and are available for inspection Monday through Friday. between the hours of 900 A.M. gnlil 200 P.M. and. 00 PW. until 400 P.M. Any Interested party or person or persons affected by this application will navo an opportunity lo prosont any objections to the proposed development. The Board does, however, have the fight to. exclude repetitious testimony in accordance with the rules of tho Zoning Board ofadiujtmonr.... Barbara Ginsbard, Secretary, UM3^ I_, CM6T LEGAL NOTICE TOWNSHIP^OF CRANFORD CRANFORD. NEW JERSEY ORDINANCE NO AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ARTICLE VIII, SEC- TION OF CHAPTER 20 "REVISED ORDI- NANCES OF THE TOWNSHIP OF CRANFORD. NEW JERSEY (088)," BY AMENDING SCHEDULE XVII AND INCLUDING CERTAIN PORTIONS OF ROAD- WAYS AS INDICATED IN SECTION BELOW AND DESIGNATING SAME AS TIME LIMIT PARKING" BE IT ORDAINED by Iho township Conimitloa of Iho Township of Cranford, Now Jersey. Section. That schedule XVII ofsoclion Arllcia VIII, Chaplor 20, "Royisod Ordinances, of Iho Townahip of Cranford, Now Jersey (0flfl), u ba, and Iho same is horoby. amended by adding certain portions of roadways as Indicated bolow, and designating same us "TIME LIMIT PARKING". Schedule! XVII. NllUM-Sl aiiont Sido MilnStroot North 5 mills 000 u.m. to 800 I LoCilliOII Front North Avdtiua West \o Eastman Street." LEGAL NOTICE.. TOWNSHIP OF CRANFORD. PLANNING BOARD, The Planning Board, Townshipof Cranford, County of Union, New Jersoy will hold a public meeting on 00 p.m. Monday through Saturday SECTION 2 All olhor ordinancosor portions thereof In conflict or inconsistent herewith are hereby lepoaled. SECTION 3- This ordinunce will tako effect upon pub llcalion alter flnul passage as required by law. NOTICE OF PENDING ORDINANCE The foregoing ordlnunco was Introduced and opproved on first reading ah a rkweling of the Township Commillau of ho Township Of Cranford NJ- on Tuosday, Soplembor 4,2004, undwillba further considered lor final passage after public healing to be held ut Ihu Municipal Building, 6 Sprlnglield Avenue, Cranford, N.J.oii Tuesday. Soplembor 2B, 2.004, at U,30pni or as soon Ilioidallur as this matter can bo reached. All persons Inleresled will bo nlven tho opportunity lo bd heard conceininn such ordtmince,. " Hosallu Hellonbrechl. RMC. Tpwilihlp Cleik $2LW... _ CMITff-ltf-M LEGAL NOTICE Pursuant to slalo law, a sale will be held at U-Slowlt 32,05 E. Linden Avenue, Linden NJ, on 0/0(/04 > ul 900 AM. The following goods will be sold. Space NuniberS4, Herb W h i l e.-i. 2 C l o y e r S t.... Elliabolh.NJ 072(2. Other Mlsc Items, t Boxes, Car Parts. Divider, Mlso Tools Space Number 3 Mlrlom Araujo, 344 Vine Streot., Elizabeth, NJ Other Mlsc lloms, Bags, I Boxes, 4 Kitchen Chair, Dresser, Shell. Space Number 23,.. DavlsMoncebo Louise St 2nd Fl,.. Eluubolh, NJ I Other Muc Hems, Air Conditioner, Bags, Boxes, Shelf, Sofa. Computer Desk, Microwave, I Love Seal, Office Chulr, Computer, Space Number, FauslqMiranda, "....., 709 Merlin Mission TX < Other Mlsc Items. Slacking Sholvo3, Suilcaso Space Number 803. Nuno Domlngbs 5 Adams Avo. Elteabolh, NJ 0720 Bags, Ice Chosl, Radio. Rug, Sholf, Suilcaso, Tools, Romole Control Cor, Olhor Mlsc Items, Hand Truck Spaco Number 4206 Diana Loilrcnco 5 W. Allanllc Avo Villas, NJ 0825 Shoos, Nowspapor, Olhor Misc Horns Spaco Number 730 Marlsol Oguondo 850 Robocca PI Elizabeth, NJ 0720 OthorMisc Hems, Bags, Drossor, Ironing Board, Refrigerator. Tool Box, 2 Ladder, DVD, VCR, Clothes Bin Spaco Numbor 8024 Oorolhy Rnlnos 2S-B Carolyn Torr. Rosollo. NJ Olhor Misc Hems, t Electric Heater, Wicker Baskol. Tool Box, Vacuum Cloanor, Droosor, Boxes Space Numbar 4300 Isaac Washington 2 B Garden Dr. Rosollo, NJ Other Misc lloms, Enlertainment Conlur, Bod Frame, 2 Bod Mallross, Bod Box Spring, Boxos, Drasser, Sofu Space Number 307 Jersey Hydraulics P.O. BOX3732 Elliobelh, NJ Compressor, Work Bench, Tools, Machinory, File Cablnol, Shulf, Tool Box. Olhor Miac Hams Space Number 2000 Alvarlno Porelra 60 Polk SI. Newark, NJ 0705 Ohice Chair, Full Sliu Folding Bod, Baby Car. Sour, Slrollor, Olhor Misc Itomu Space Number 240., Oscar La Colera 2 Washington Avo. Eliiabolh, NJ 0720 Trophy, Other Mlsc Hems, Bags «M " C M LEGAL NOTICE BOROUGH OF.GARWOOD NOTICE OF ADOPTION ORDINANCE NO AN ORDINANCE FIXING SALARIES AND WAGES OF CERTAIN OFFICIALS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE BOROUGH OF GARWOOD. IN THE COUNTY OF UNION. STATE OF NEW JERSEY... STATEMENT TAKE NOTICE THAT THE ABOVE STATEMENT WAS PASSED ON THE FINAL READING AFTER PUBLIC HEARING AT A MEETING OF THE GOVERNING BODY OF THE BOROUGH OF GARWOOD ON TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 4, ATTEST Christina Arlenimu.. - Municipal Clerk $24I! 52 East Broad St., Westfield. Creative Art Classes, also taught by Burkam, will be held on Saturdays beginning Oct. 2 at the NJWA Annex at 36 South Ave. The eight-session program is geared to several different grade levels, with kindergarten and first grade at 9 a.m., Grades 2-4 at 0 a.m., Grades 5-7 at a.m., a a noon course for Grades 7-9. These classes explore creativity and design through a variety of mediums. The Westfield Fencing Club holds classes and bouts for students ages 0 to adult. Classes in epde, foil and sabre are given on Wednesday evenings and Saturday mornings beginning Oct. 6. Students may rent the fencing equipment from the club. Sessions are for beginners, intermediate and advanced students, and are held at All Saints Church on Park Avenue in Scotch Plains. Coaches for this program include Ron Margulis, Paul Damiani, Charles Dooley and Bruce Rachman. New to the NJWA schedule this fall will be the Musical Theater Workshop, directed by veteran actor Juan Pineda, who brings a wealth of background experience on the Broadway stage, and in opera, film and recording. Pineda will guide the students in scene, audition and performance preparation, solo and ensemble work, and acting training. Intended for aspiring actors in the 0-8 age group, these classes will be held from n.m. at 36 South Ave. To enroll in this course, students must have had some previous voice training. Registration information for these programs can be obtained by calling (908) The Music Studio, the Little Opera Company of New Jersey, the Alphorh Workshop, Kids on Keys, and the Westfield Summer Workshop are other divisions of* the New Jersey Workshop for the Arts., LEGAL NOTICE BOROUGH OF.GARWOOD. UNION COUNTY, NEW JERSEY TAKE NOTICE that at the August 25, 2O04 moeling of the Garwood Planning Board, the Board udoplud the following Resolutions. B80 Myrtle Avenue, Block 304, Lot 38 for u Use Variance ferine improvement of a pre-existing nonconfcirmlng use...,20 Wlnslow Place, Block 20, Lol 2 lo grant a Vorl- <unce to permit tho conslructlon and maintenance ol a B,fl. high fence.. Tlieso determinations have boon filed In the Office of th,e Gaiwood Planning Boardand are available (or review by appolnimenl by phoning (008) 3Oi-9367 AdeloC..Lewis... Board Sacralary.. Edward J, Hobbie ATTORNEY AT LAW 476 SOUTH AVENUE E. CRANFORD, N.J FAX GENERAL PRACTICE INCLUDING ESTATE PLANNING PERSONAL INJURY ELMLAW, MATRIMONIAL * WILLS AND TRUSTS -ZONING REALESTATE. BUSINESSLAW returns to Westfield Conscience series begins a new season WESTFIELD The Coffee with Conscience Concert Series of Westfield kicks off its fifth season by presenting the. acclaimed pppfunk-rock trio, GrooveLily, in concert Saturday at the First United Methodist Church of Westfield, East Broad St. ut the corner of North Avenue. Doors will open at 75 p.m, and the concert begins, at 8 p.m. Admission is $5. All net proceeds from this evenings con* cert will be donated to the Interfaith Council for the Homeless. Reservations are a must for this concert, and can be made by calling the Concert Hotline at (908) or ing Callers should leave first and last name, the number of seats needed and a phone number. GrooveLily ushers in the next generation of folk music, with a contagiously effervescent sound that combines a sharp wit with intelligent, original songwriting. Unabashedly combining elements of jazz, folk and popular music, their vocal harmonies weave through a lush musical landscape textured with keyboards by Bendan Milburn, percussion by Gene Lewin and the blazing electric violin of lead singer Valerie Vigoda. Vigoda, lead singer and electric violinist, has toured the world with Cyndi Lauper, Cher, Season passes on sale at Westfield theater Grdovelily, one of the leading bands on the contemporary folk circuit, makes an encore appearance in the Coffee with Cohsclence Concert Series this Saturday In Westfield. Tina Turner and Joe Jackson. Her startling vocals and electrifying violin performances mesmerize audiences everywhere often simultaneously, since her strap-on signature "flying-v" six string Viper violin allows her to sing and play at the same time. Brendan Milburn, the pianist and co-writer, is not only a powerful rock and roll pianist, but a masterful songwriter of unsurpassed talent and craft. Gene Lewis, the drummer, an intricate and exhilarating jazz percussionist, has been compared to Carter Beauford of the Dave Matthews Band. For more information about GrooveLily visit http// The Coffee with Conscience Series of Westfield is a 0-show series running from September through June at the First United Methodist Church of Westfield. The concerts are also being recorded for broadcast by Westfields TV-36. Residents of Westfield, Scotch Plains, Fimwood and Mountainside can catch each months concert on Fridays at 0 a.m. and 0 p.m. and on Sundays at 7 p.m. The Coffee with Conscience Concert Series of Westfield supports the following charities The Eric Johnson House in Morristown, the Interfaith Council for the Homeless, the Names Project (more commonly known as the AIDS Quilt), Habitat for Humanity and the Community Food Bank of NJ. Each concert benefits one of these charities. UNION Kean Universitys Wilkins Theatre will present "Alma Latina," featuring the baritone Patrick Mason, at 8 p.m. Oct. 4 in the first concert in a series of foiu - presented by the Affiliate Artist Program. Wilkins Theatre is located on the main campus at 000 Moms Avenue in Union. Tickets are $0 and are available through the box office by calling (908) 737-SHOW (7469). Students, alumni, faculty, staff, and seniors receive discounts. Mason, who teaches at the University of Colorado, is one of the countrys leading baritones. "I am thrilled that we are able to bring Patrick Mason to Kean," said Dr. Anthony Scelba, director of the Affiliate Artist Program. "He is one of the most sought-after baritones performing and recording today, and this will be his first performance of those great de Falla songs." Mason will perform the songs with Christopher Kenniff, affiliate artist in guitar. Several works on the program, which offers music from Spain, Argentina and Brazil, will feature Kenniff. Other performers on the concert will be The Yardarm Trio James Musto, percussionist Sharon Roffman, violinist Katherine Harris, soprano and Dr. Martha Marchena, professor of piano at Kean, who will make her first appearance in an Affiliate Artist concert. All the performers, except for guests Mason and Marchena, are members of the Affiliate Artist Program at Kean, which brings internationally celebrated musicians onto its faculty. The music for this concert promises to be a lively mix of tuneful works that contain an ethnic flavor and reflect the concerts title, which translates as "Latin Soul." The program opens with "A Taste of Brazil" performed by The Yardarm Trio, and includes a dazzling percussion solo, played by Musto the haunting "Bachianas Brasileiras," sung by Harris and pyrotechnics from Roffmans violin. Mason has appeared throughout the world in recitals and concerts of music from 0-century chant to contemporary scores written for him. Mason has been heard in Londons Wignore Hall with guitarist David Starobin and as baritone soloist with the Colorado Springs Symphony in Brittens "War Requiem." He has received critical acclaim for liia recording of Franz Schuberts "Winterreise" and a recital of French melodies, both for the Bridge recording label. For more information about the Affiliate Artist Program, call Scelba at (908) Author appearances at Town Book Store WESTFIELD - The Town Book Store of Westfield, will host two book signings this Saturday. From a.pa. to p.m., Eileen Cameron and Doris Ettlinger will be in the store to promote their new childrens picture book, "G Is for Garden State A New Jersey Alphabet." Readers will discover the many wonders of the Garden State, from her famous sons and daughters (invontor Thomas Edison and the Revolutionary War heroine Molly Pitcher) to her beautiful sights (the Highlands, the Pinelandsj and the famous NJ shoreline), and her unique institutions (the Seeing Eye training institute.for seeing eye dogs, and Haddy, the largest complete dinosaur skeleton of its time, found in 858). <*G is for-garden State" explores the places, people, and landmarks that make Now Jersey a fascinating place to live in and to visit again and. again Then, from 2-4 p.m., Dave Zimmer will be in the store to promote his new book "4 Way Street The Crosby, Stills, Nash& Young Reader." Ziminer distills the best of the journalism on these four, romarkablo artists, ranging from group portraits to individual profiles to in-depth interviews to incisive commen-. tary by such writers as Cameron Crowe, Ben Fong- Torros and David. Crosby himself. "4 Way Street" is an open window into one of the most popular groups of all time, offering a fascinating look at their highly-charged musical relationships and how they have changed over the decades, along the way revealing a colorful chronicle of the music of an era that continues to echo into the new millennium. Interested residents who are unable to attend one of these events can call and reserve an autographed copy. For more information, call The Town Book Store at (908) Bring in this ad once, receive 0 % 6ff your We will put your name on our )lst. pine a second time receive 5 % off. Dine a third time receive 20 % off. PLUS We will draw a name from our list to... Now thru October 5 RISTORANTE Lounge and Catering The series is made possible in part by a HEART Grant (Heritage, Education, Art - Reaching Thousands) from the Union County Board of Chosen Freeholder, and by private donations. For more information about the Coffee with Conscience Concert Series, the upcoming performance or ways in which to get involved with the series, call Ahrre Maros, owner of Ahrres Coffee Roastery in Westfield, at (908) , or visit, Volunteers are always appreciated. WESTFIELD The Westfield Community Players (WCP) membership drive for the season is now underway, with a four-show season price of $-5, a savings of 30 percent off the price of individual tickets. The box office at (908) is open and ready to takereservations for the opening show, "Little Foxes," or for the full season. New President Naomi Yablonsky, who has directed and performed at WCP, recently announced the new season of drama, comedy, murder and song. In addition to the regular season schedule of four shows, WCP is also presenting a musical evening in November featuring vocalist Susan Speidel. For the upcoming season, WCP Membership Director Letty Hudak noted that a $45 membership gives patrons tickets to all (bur of tho new seasons shows as well as a newsletter and notification of special events. The cost of membership, she added, is almost a 30 percent savings over buying tickets to all four.shows individually. Individual season subscriptions can be obtained for $45 each with checlcs payable to Westfield Community Players, sent to Letty Hudak at 409 Harrison Ave., Westfield NJ All shows open on a Saturday night and run Friday and Saturday evenings for three or four weekends, making it easy to have a local night out to experience live theater. The first show of the upcoming season is "Little Foxes," opening Oct. 9. In this searing drama by Lillian Hellman, southern gentility is a mask for a corrupt and heartless family. Performances are Oct and tickets are $5. The British farce "There Goes the Bride" by Ray Cooney and John Chapman follows in January as an antidote to the winter blahs. A society wedding is disrupted by the father of the bride, who lapses into fantasy about the roaring 20s at the Savoy Hotel in London. Show dates are Jan. 8-22, with all tickets priced at $5. Agatha Christies courtroom drama, "Witness for the Prosecution," is the March show. True to form, confusion, doubt and double-cross are skillfully presented by the author in this Tony Award-winning play. The court is in session March 5-9 with tickets again priced at $5. WCP ends its season in May with the James Valcq and Fred Alley musical "The Spitfire Grill." With a score inspired by American folk music, this story of redemption and hope takes place at a restaurant in a small town that serves up more than food to weary souls. The grill is open for business April 30-May 2, with all tickets at $20. Westiiekl Community Players, founded in 934, is one of the oldest continuously operating community theaters in the State of New Jersey and has brought to life more than 90 comedies, dramas and musicals in its 50 seattheater in Westfield, With four productions for the upcoming season, the theater continues to be a vibrant part of the cultural scene in Union County. s CHINESE & JAPANESE CUISINE jj Variety of both cuisines. Casual Dining... g, 80 people. Enjoy Small & Large Parties! ^ ^ J ^ j -fm Tremendous Q f^ R i^^ Settlings up to w/purchasc of $20.00 or up Only For Take Out & Dine In /ru/rii)i i {iujvit il /itll nrjitlili} \nl i\ilul nimij iiltwr ull.r,w ijlij k, Milky VM Ill- kin sain I f)otu^ v Chinese Specials Japanese Specials* Lunch Box i ll h Mala Roll SpecialsSushi Bar SpecialsDimer Box II t ^ r"^ I/t ^ ^«I Chefs Specials such us... 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7 ^ B-4 Cranford Chronicle September 6,2004 i i * l.., - MaM i i-?wfrft i.., i A ,.-,..-j«rr-.i..w f-tv.!*.~-.-?i.-.-~--.. Talentedstaff cremes nurturing emironm^ CRANFORD Throughout the years her studio has been in operation it has becojne evident to Cindy Smith that a warm, nurturing fainily atmosphere is important to beginning and young dancers, and she has selected her teaching staff based on those qualities., Smith, hires teachers that she knows and has watched interacting with young students. "Our years of experience and bur family of qualified mid certified teachors bring reassurance and years of technical skills to our dancers. Only years of training and teaching can provide such perfected technique classes with the care and concern that our teachers provide, while keeping students challenged and happy," she said. Former students have per-. formed on Broadway, at the Paper Mill Playhouse, on cruise ships all over the world, Tokyos Disney World, PNC Arts Center, Great Adventure, and in national TV commercials. Smith has an extensive background in choreography in community theater such as the Cranford Repertory Theater, Cranfeid Dramatic Club, and high schools including Jonathan Dayton, Pingry, and Verona High School She has taught at Westfield Summer Workshop and has choreographed at Orange Avenue and Hillside Avenue schools in Cranford, as well as at Burnet Middle School in Union. Smith realizes the importance of combining fun with the art of technique in an environment of positive and constructive reinforcement. Leading the stiut is Patti Stryker, director of the Cindy Smith Dance Studio. She is a certified elementary school teacher with degrees in elementary education and psychology. She has been a dance instructor for 20 years, teaching for the Scotch Plains- Fanwood Board of Educations Summer Enrichment Program and the Westfield Y. She has been director of,the dance program for Stars of Tomorrow Performing JOIN US FOR OUR GRAND Rt-OPCNING! Dancexmth allyomf Heart»- BALLET»- TAP >- 3AZZ *- M0D RN MUSICAL TH AT^ - ACTING ^ACROBATICS v mr^ I/ Heart Beginner fopro.fehio.nal>ages 2-/2 foatliilf Show Company arid Compefijioii Team for fhe beif in dance eciucafion! FOR fall R GISTRATIQN! n. / Dance WEV W! 37 G^nlral Avenue 2nd Floor, WeilfielJ Private parking & entrance off Elmer 5 Complete line of A dancewear it dance shoes*. r. -,., " _,-..,.- ty ntness wear *yoga wear accessories * Gifts jewelry & rnuch more! ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL 0% Discount with this ad O5B Walnut Ave. Cranford HIP HOP/ STREET FUNK BALLET (Exp. 9/30/04) # FREE GIFT With $80 Purchase whllv si(/)/il/f.s t.tst REGISTRAHON ONGOING... REGKTBUY PHONE Educational & Fun For ^cw>oi The Whole Family! ACTING 00 All Ages-Children, Teens, MODERN Tots, Adults! imith Dance Studios 98 North AveGarwood 5 South list* Kenilworth U45 Orange Ave Cranford Ask About Our Birthday Parties T-Shirt For New Students While Supplies last. Arts Camp for the past 0 years. Stryker has choreographed for half-time dances for local cheer-- leading squads and for such shows as "Guys & Dolls." She also coordinated a dance-u-thon that raised morethan $0,000 for two families of the studio who were directly affected by the 9/ tragedy. Stryker encourages her students to give back to the community, so they are seen dancing at township parades, local festivals, breakfast with Santa fundraisers. and nursing homes and senior residences..". This past year, after competing at th6 Ticket to Broadway regional coinpetition in Little Egg Harbor in May, a group of elite dancers qualified to compote in the national competition, which was held Aug. 3-6 at Convention Hall on the boardwalk in Wildwood. Rita DeGhillo, Maggie Fyhr, and Amanda Stryker of Cranford, Katie Rogers of Linden, Ally Bunin of Edison, and Cara Paulan of Westfield received both the platinum award and the Grand Oie Opry award Special Judges award for their tap routine to "Doreen." These girls, along with Megan Baniewicz of Cranford, also received a liigh gold award for their jazz routine to "You Cant Stop the Beat." The girls were selected to perform in the Circle of Stars performance, which was presented at the awards ceremony. This competition team is under the direction of Stryker. There is not greater feeling than the pride I feel when I see my students perform," said Stryker. "I encourage all my students, toddlers to teenagers, to be the best they can be. I want them to listen to the music and let the passion inside them flow through their movements into the audience members so they can be filled with the joy of dance." Other instructors at the studio include Jobina.. Rivera, who has been teaching ballet, tap, jazz and competition classes at thestudio for more than 0 years. A graduate of Kean University with a degree in physical educa-, tion/health, Rivera is the recipient of the Physical Education Major of the Year award, She teaches at Union High School and previously, taught at McManusMiddle School in Linden. Rivera is a staff member of Stars of Tomorrow Performing Arts Camp and is director of the two-week session program. Jennie Smith, a graduate of Montclair State University with a degree in dance, has performed in Works-a-Foot in 999,2000,200, Dance College in 998,999,2000, and Danceworks in 999,2000, 200 at the University. She has choreographed for the JCC in West Orange and for Cranford Repertory Theater (CRT). Smith teaches jazz, tap, ballet, pointe and modern at the Cindy Smith Dance Studio. In addition, Kristen Sztancsik is director of the juniors (half-day) program at Stalls of Tomorrow camp. She has degrees in elementary education and in psychology. Musicians of All Ages Musk Director ToddVanBovoron «>t tmix nn KIKJ.UIIWi String Players, Wind players, Brass Players Are you looking for a place to play Symphonic music in a relaxed, learning environment?, Are you free on Thursday nights? NJIO is looking for you! All Ages - All Skill Levels Auditions not required (except for advanced Charnber group) Open House Registration on Sept 23rd at Cranford High School, 20 Wast End Placo, Cranford, NJ from p.m. Rehearsal at 700 p.m. Nouvoau group begins pet 7,600 p.m. For more Information, contact NJIO phono o-mall - web site wvvw.njlo.org r "A mmm I!& ^Pj Glndy Smith dancers and national champions are, from left (back row) Maggie Fyhr, Amanda Stryker, Katie Rogers, Rita DeGhillo (front row) Cara Paulan and Ally Bunln. the new face of dance... Kinder Classes m Boys Classes Krai KJil RL B Hg^m HHEwnSn N ^ ^ Adult Classes Competirion Team Senior Classes Hip Hop Program * * * CELEBRATING OUR 50THVEAR Sztancsik recently received her mastersin professional development in education. And Christine Petillo, who has been taking classes at the.studio since she was 2, choreographed for CRTs productions of "Grease" and "42 nd. Street" and has performed in many CRT musicals. The studio also has added Ally Bunin to its staff of teachers for the new dance season. Buriin, who choreographed CRTs "42 nd Street" has had several years experience in co petition and is a dance instructor at Stars of Tomorrow. Tom McKie, who recently toured Slovenia and Austria teaching hip-hop master classes, and Dana Goss, who teachers hip hop in various area studios, are also part of the team of instruc- tors. Leanrie Hade, who also choreographed for the competition y teams, was presented the Young Choreographer of the Yeat awardat the American Dance Awards in Rockaway this past spring. She Ju was given the award for. her.chore* ography to "Cant Hurry Love," a! jazz number performed by her 7-8 year old competition team. Hade " began her dance career with Cindy Smith at the age of 2. The Cindy Smith Dance Studjb is located at 98 North Ave. in Garwood, and at 5 South 2st St. in Kenilworth. For information on fall classes in tap, jazz, ballet, modern, hip-hop, pointe, competition, pre-school and adult, call (908) AD/HD coach offers several free seminars WESTFIELD-"The US. Senate, fueled largely by the efforts of the Attention Deficit Disorder Association (ADDA), has passed a resolution recognizing Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (AD/HD) as a major public health concern," said AD/HD Coach Pamela Milazzo recently. She added, The Senate Resolution, which was passed in July of this year, designates Sept. 7, 2004 as National Attention Deficit Awareness Day, and further recognizes that the symptoms of AD/HD ITS NOT TOO LATE or STOP IN!!! 753 Boulevard Kenilworth, NJ (located directly behind Karate Worldi (908) YOU DESERVE THE BESTI CHILDREN TEEWS ADULTS BALLET TAP JAZZ POINTE BODY SCULPTING STEP PRE-DANCE FOR 3 YROLpS -r ^" HIP HOP JAZZ "ISO PRESSURE END OF YEAR DEMONSTRATION Voted iitbtirbnii i^ews Readers Choice 2004 FOR INFORMATION ( 9 0 8) 2 7 6" The YVETTE DANCE 8f FITNESS STUDIO.8 WALNUT AVENUE CRANFORD * can be substantially decreased an^ the quality of life for individuals. with AD/HD can be improved through proper and comprehensiv^ diagnosis and treatment. All peo^" pie of the United States are encouraged to find out more about AD/Hti and its supporting mental health! services and to seek appropriate ^ treatment and support." In celebration of this event, Empowered ADDvantages, LLC ih Westfield, has scheduled several free one-hour programs throughout the month of the coming months, titled Introduction to AD/HD Coaching." These programs are designed to help students and adults with AD/HD and their families discover how coaching can empower them to overcome their challenges and achieve their goals. Those interested may choose from several times to attend, including 8 p.m. Sept a.m. Sept a.m. Oct. 2,8 p.m. Oct. 25 and 9 a.m. Nov. 6. Advance registration is required, and space is limited. Milazzo is the founder of Empowered ADDvantages, LLC, specializing in AD/HD, Executive Functioning, Academic and " Advocacy Coaching., Known as "The ADDvocacy Coach," Milazzo provides individual coaching, group coaching, and advo - cacy classes and support for adults, and students with AD/HD, and par^ ents of students with special needs. In addition to the free programis listed above, Empowered. -" ADDvantages is also offering several programs this fall of particular interest to students with AD/HD v. and parents of students with spe- L cial needs. These include two Group Coaching Programs for Middle School students with AD/HD a two-part class series titled "Transition Advocacy Planning For Success Beyond High School" open to all parents of students with special needs (not AD/HD specific) in Grades 8-2 a itwo-part class series titled "Success in College for Students with AD/HD," open to liigh school students in Grades U and 2 and a four-part teleclass series titled "Advocatingfor the < AD/HD Student in. Grades K-2," wluch is being offered for anyone v interested or involved in advocating for the needs of students, including parents, conches and otlier profes--" sionals working with students with AD/tW. iv., For a more detailed description- r of trie programs and services - - offered, ortoregister, "/ Milazzo at, x\> < EmpoworedADDifl^ol.com or call /i (908) l Empowered ADDvantages, LLG is located at Quimby Si, Suit» 2 in Westfield. Visit the website at. ihax.com. «< September 6,2004 Cranford Chronicle B-5 Estate Make home secure before falls arrival ) Your home --like your body anjgyour car needs a regular checkup touwn smoothly. An annual, fall walkarfijnd home check is a-great way to find anjsgpotential. maintenance issues before winter arrives. SB is important to periodically monitor thjt3)verall condition of a home," says JohtJ Ghent, president of the American Society of Home Inspectors, a non-profit professional organization for home inspectors. "Simple wear and tear from weather and age occurs in every home. It is..wise to fix any problems before they lead-to extensive and costly repairs." "Sour inspection should include all of the d! major systems that protect your horrfp, including the windows, doors, roof, gutters, exterior finish, foundation, and st6p»s plus the interior systems such as heating, cooling, chimney, and electrical, says, Gary Mathes, manager of residential architectural services for Pella Corporation. Look for obvious signs of deterioration, damage or potential problems. Check for conditions that may allow moisture to enter your home from plants and sprinkler systems too close to the house to low-lying areas that direct water toward the home. Likewise, watch for any deteriorating wood, cracks, damaged caulk, old weather stripping, and other potential sources of leaks, says Mathes. The following nine items cover common maintenance issues with windows (ABA) Aaaah, autumn. The kids are headed back to school, the leaves are turning, and a chill is in the air. If youre like most homeowners, fall also means an opportunity to spruce up your yard and cut down on the work youll need to do when the weather turns warm again. It doesnt matter if youre a seasoned landscape professional or somebody who just wants their yard to look as good as it can with as little work as possible, everyone can benefit from backyard fall cleanup, says Michael Miller, president of Minnesota-based backyard tool manufacturer Hound Dog Products. "A little bit of work in the fall.will really pay off when spring rolls around," he says. Miller offers 0 tips that the professionals use? to ensure a successful backyard fall cleanup effort -H- and to get a head start on next years growing season. l^rake those leaves. Once the snow flies, an unrated layer of leaves can get matted down over the turf and smother it all winter long. Raking or using a mulching mower in the fall helps avoid dead patches in the spring. But dont worry about getting every last leaf, especially in the garden. They help insulate plants, and as they decompose, they provide valuable nutrients. 2. Feed the grass. Fertilizing in the fall is like a day at the spa for your lawn. Using a slow-release fertilizer allows the grass to soak up nutrients and just as important spend the cool days and nights of autumn recovering from summer heat and stress. And building a healthy, rejuvenated lawn is one of the best ways to protect against heat, cold, drought, insects and other stresses. 3. Weed all about it. Weeding in the fall is probably the most valuable thing you can do to prepare for spring, and its one that many people overlook. The good news Pulling weeds used to be a backbreaking chore, but modern tools have come a long way from the tiny weeding forks of "the good old days." Theres no reason to get down on your hands and knees and gouge at the turf. All you do is place the tool over the weed, step lightly on the footrest, and pull. 4. Pick up the poop. When the snow melts next spring, the last tiling you want to see on your lawn is pet waste. Fall is the perjpet time to get out there and clean up Rovers little leftovers. Dont look forward to getting on your hands and knees? Hire a neighborhood kid to do the dirty work, or invqst in a long-handled pooper scooper.. 5. Remove thatch build-up. A build-up of aboveground roots called thatch prevents sunlight, oxygen and moisture from getting to the nutrient-hungry soil below. But its easy to remove, especially if you dont wait until it overwhelms the yard. Just go at the yard with a dethatching rake in early fall, or for an easier but more expensive optifyi, rent a power dothatcher. 6. Aerate. Heavy use throughout the summer can cause soil to become compacted..perforating your lawn with small holes helps reduce compaction and lots water, air and fertilizer get down to the soil, which strengthens the grass plants root structure. For smaller yards, a manual aerating tool that removes plugs from the turf while you step should be just fine. If youve got a larger yard, consider renting a power aerator.w ,i Water treey and slirubs. Dehydration during the colder months, is an all-toorcommoij cause of tree damage, but its easily preventable. To sustain them over the long winter, its important to give trees a drink before putting them to bed. After they go fully dormant but-before the ground freezes use a soaker hpsebr root irrigator to water tliem thoroughly.. 8. Clean out your garden, Fruits and Vegetables left in the garden can rot all winter long, and provide a comfy home ior insect eggs. Gross? Not as gross ad they U be in the spring. Nows the time to get rid of diseased plants, too, but keep them out of the compost pile so the prpblem, doesnt and doors and should be included in your walk-around check,. Inspect the interior and exterior finishes around windows and doors. Is the paint or stain in good condition? Signs of flaking and peeling may mean that its time to refinish the unit.. 2. Look closely at all exterior surfaces for cracking, deteriorated wood.and other damage that might be caused by condensation or other water penetration. Are any interior surfaces such as walls, floors or ceilings discolored or showing the effects of moisture? 3. If you spot a problem, try to find its source. For example, discolored wood around a window might actually be caused by moisture entering the house some distance away, With a roof leak, for example, it is not uncommon for water to run down the inside of the wall and show up at the window. Contact an expert to obtain help if needed. 4. Check window sills and tracks for dirt and other debris such as sand, leaves, insects, and pine needles. Open the windows and clean out the area with a soft brush. Do the same for sliding patio doors. Debris can hamper the air-tight effectiveness and overall performance of doors and windows. 5. Feel for uneven sliding and sticking when you open and close a window or door. If windows or doors stick, try using a non-oily lubricant on the opposing finishes, such as Paraffin wax, which does not attract as much dust and grime. Piccioto Realty CRANFORD Well kept lioinc in move in condition u ilh large kilchimi. with ci-nler hlaiicl. 5 liedrooins, one am he used as study.. seiison screened patio. Call uur olliee lor more information. FANWOOD $569,900 Gtand colonial, 4 bedtooms, 2. baths, master suite, 2 tiered deck. End of cul de sac. WSF0772 SCOTCH PLAINS $l,495,0«0 Maginificient 6 bedroom, 4. baths beauty on over an acre by Needle Point Homes in Pond Estates. Extensive.amenities WSF06 \ WESTFIELD 209 Central Avenue (908) Look at. the weather stripping around all doors and windows. Re-attach any loose portions and replace portions that are ripped or torn. 7. Operate locking mechanisms and make adjustments if they feel loose or dont work smoothly. Locks not only help keep out potential intruders, but they hold doors and windows tightly in place to lock out rain, wind, snow, and insects. 8. Inspect any weep holes and breather holes if your windows or sliding patio doors have them. Weep holes allow excess moisture to escape, and breather holes allow air exchange within certain components. Clear blocked holes with a small wire, toothpick- or similar device, being careful not to expand the holes. 9. Check all exterior sealants and caulking on and around all windows and doors. Pay particular attention to areas susceptible to punishment from rain, water and extreme sunlight. Remove damaged material and reapply Sealant. Even more importantly, routine maintenance chocks could safeguard your family by ensuring that your doors and windows operate properly, the primary and secondary means of escape in the event of fire. In addition to doing a walk-around check of your home, test your smoke detectors and change the batteries every fall so your family will quickly be alerted in the event of a (ire. Schedule regular family fire drills at least twice a year. This article is courtesy of ARA Content. spread to the rest of your garden next year. 9. Plant spring bulbs. Fall is not all about closing up shop. Its also the perfect time to plant spring flowering bulbs such as daffodils and tulips. But pay attention to the local climate planting too early can cause bulbs to sprout before winter, and planting them too late can mean their roots dont have enough time to develop before the ground freezes. 0. Give your tools a tune-up. When it comes time to put away the backyard tools for the season, dont just shove them into the garage or shed. Spend a few minutes wiping them down and removing debris and dirt, then apply a light layer of oil to keep them from rusting over the winter. That way theyll be all set to go again come spring. Old Man Winter may be on his way, but with a little work now, you can lay the groundwork for a happy, healthy backyard thats ready to thrive next season. For more backyard tips, visit 77/s article is courtesy of ARA Content. 95 Morris Ave., Union, NJ Miln Street, Cranford, N.J. 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8 k^i^t*^^ B-6 Cranford Chronicle September 6, 2004 &taflle is top agent for month of July f. WESTFIELD Elizabeth *BatailIe, a consistent top achiever in the Burgdorff ERA Westfield Office has been awarded Sales Agent of the Month for flu ly. \ This marks the fourth time this year Bataille has earned this honor. She was awarded as Sales Agent in March, May and June Bataille has als6 been awarded twice with Listing Agent of the Month for the months of February and March As Sales Agent of the Month for July, Bataille had five transactions. A New Jersey native, Bataille is eager to share her personal knowledge of the area with clients. As a resident of Westfield, she can give firsthand information about local school districts, neighborhoods, commuting, shopping, recreation and more. The opportunity to help others find the perfect home is just one of the many reasons Bataille has found her calling as a Realtor. Her caring, respectful service is combined with integrity and professionalism. Bataille is also a member of the New Jersey Association of Realtors (NJAR) Circle of Excellence Sales Award from 989 through 2003 and achieved Bronze Level status from and Silver From She is also among a select group of sales associates named. t o NJARs Distinguished Sales Club for earning the Circle of Excellence Award for more than 0 years of service,. Adding to her list of credentials, Bataille has attained the Burgdorff ERA Awards for Leaders Circle in , and Presidents Elite status in Furthermore, in 2003 Bataille earned membership to the Burgdorff ERA Presidents Council, which is the companys highest and most distinguished honor that recognizes the top 7 sales associates out of Burgdorffs over. 700 member sales force. Bataille was also awarded this year at the annual company breakfast. for her performance with respect to Closed Units for 2003, which includes listing,, sales and total production. Bataille can bo reached by phone on her directline at (908) or via at Elizabeth- George Kraus, vice president and manager of Burgdorff ERAs Westfield Office,. said, "Elizabeths most recent accomplishments, are another example of her continuing commitment to conduct her business with the highest professional standards. appliances are the real stars of the kitchen ELIZABETH BATAILLE Everyone benefits from her expertise, the company, the office, and most importantly, her clients." The Burgdorff ERA Westfield Office is a full service real estate center located at 600 North Ave. West. For real estate assistance, or to inquire about a career in real estate, call the office at (908) or visit on the web at Founded in 958, Burgdorff ERA is the top producing ERA real estate firm in dollar volume nationally, with 6 offices and over 700 sales associates in New Jersey. The ERA real estate network includes more than 29,00 brokers and sales associates throughout the United States and 30 other countries and territories. (ARA) Energy conservation and. environmental stewardship are hot buttons these days as oil prices climb and our natural resources continue to deplete. While we cant all drive hybrid cars, we can make adjustments to some of the most frequently used items in our homes.- appliances. Switching to Energy Star-rated appliances will not only save money in the long run, but. will help protect the environment by reducing air pollution generated by energy use. "There is a definite cost savings with,using energy efficient appliances," said Richard Dale, home energy expert with The Home Depot. "They not only help reduce our high energy bills, theyre better fnr t.hn... environment." Products that earn Energy Star status prevent green house. gas emissions by meeting strict energy, efficiency guidelines set by the US, Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Energy. These products use a minimum of 0 percent le"ss energy than non-qualified products. In addition tp appliances, there are many Energy Star-qualified products on the market such as lighting, heating and cooling devices, office equipment and home electronics. Just how efficient are Energy Star appliances? According to. energystar.gov, replacing a clothes washer manufactured before 994. with an Energy Star-rated model will save more than $0 in energy costs per year.. In addition, an Energy Star refrigerator requires about half as much energy as a model manufactured before 993. Last year alone, Energy Star products helped "There is a definite cost savings with using energy efficient appliances." Richard Dale home energy expert Americans save enough energy to power 20 million homes and avoid greenhouse gas emissions equivalent to the amount produced by 8 million cars. In addition, they saved $9 billion in energy c o s t s Though prices for these appliances and other products are typically higher than noncompliant models, the differences recouped in the form of lower energy bills... According to Home Depots Dale, when buying an appliance, remember that it has two price tags what you pay to take it home and what you pay for the energy and water it uses Energy Starr qualified appliances incorporate advanced tech-.... iiologies that use 0 to 50 percent less energy and water than standard models. The money you save on your utility bills can more than make up for the cost of a more expensive but..... more efficient model. - For example, an Energy Star rated dishwasher requires 25 percent less energy to operate and uses 44 percent less water than standard models. "Over time, the energy cost savings pays for any price premium you experience on the front end," said Dale. "And, demand for energy-efficient products will continue to drive. clown prices." Environmentalists, manufacturers and retailers alike point out that consumers considering a switch to more energy-efficient appliances neednt worry about sacrificing style or features. "Energy Star products are the same or better than standard products, only they use less energy," said Dale. This article is courtesy of ARA Content. CQLDWELL BANKER Analysis, inspection, appraisal help.determine homes value on market rsi Il VICTORIAN ELEGANCE REDEFINED CRANFORD - Welcome home to the elegance and romance of.the Victorimi era, in thifc remarkable turn of the century-residence. Boasting five bedrooms, two and a half baths, this exquisite home will truly capture your imagination. Greet your guests in the magnificent center hallway replete with its grand oak staircase, gracious fireplace, and fabulous woodwork. The Living Room is punctuated with a fireplace, high ceilings, and two sets of French doors leading to the wrap around porch with gazebo where you will enjoy many cool evenings overlooking your lush lawn with its river view. The formal dining room with its own fireplace and bay window, the completely renovated kitchen and baths, are just a few among many of this homes exceptional, fine details. Time is of the essence...at $859,900. This quintessential home wont be available for long. Call Faith today!! Schedule your private appointment. Or visit my website for a Virtual Tour and the Property Brochure. Faith A. Maricic (908) (Direct Line) Visit my Website for a Virtual Tour Buying or selling a home can be a challenging experience for both new and experienced homebuycrs and sellers. As a result, approximately 90 percent of American homeowners work with a real estate professional who has access to valuable information, and the background and skills to make the process faster and easier. Even if you have bought or sold a home before, you may still be unclear about the value and timing of several components of the real estate process namely, the market analysis, the inspection and the appraisal... A market analysis is conducted shortly after you decide to put your home.up for sale, when you need to establish the right asking price. ERAs Comparative Market Analysis (CMA) - supplies sellers with information on comparable homes that have sold or gone under contract in the area, and provides a realistic estimate of a homes fair market value based on the most important features of the real estate market. "The CMA educates our customers about the local market," according to John C. Nuss, broker/owner, ERA Best Choice Realtors. "We look at a range of homes in the same town which fall into an equivalent category. In addition to features such as bedrooms, bathrooms and total square footage, we also factor in the condition and location of the home in determining a price range. "As part of our service, we also suggest to the homeowner what improvements they can make to their home in order to increase the value." After a buyer makes an offer on a home, he or she generally calls an inspector to examine the house. A professional home inspector will check things such as the plumbing, heating, cooling and electrical systems, and look for structural problems. The inspection report will describe repairs that are recommended or needed. With full information, a buyer can then decide whether to negotiate with the seller to make the needed repairs or change the price. Real estate agents can refer buyers to qualified inspectors in their area. A real estate appraisal comes later in the process, when a prospective buyer applies for a mortgage. Lenders hire professional real estate appraisers to evaluate properties under consideration for a mortgage. The appraisal is an unbiased opinion of the propertys value based on its style and appearance, construction quality, usefulness and the value of comparable homes in the area. "Appraisers generally belong to the local Multiple Listing Service in order to assess a home for sale with similar ones that have sold," added Nuss.. The appraiser will report whether the home is priced fairly, helping the lender decide whether to accept the mortgage. For more information on CMAs, inspections and appraisals, contact your local ERA office or visit ERANJ.com. ERA is a global leader in the residential real estate industry with more than 30 years of experience in developing consumer-oriented products and services. 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Remodeling magazines are one place to turn. They are typically filled with articles outlining the lates.t and greatest ideas. Other good sources of information include home shows, which.are plentiful in the wintertime, and tours of model homes. Once youre sold on the idea of remodeling the kitchen, bathroom, or some other room in your house, the next step is to hire a contractor who will take all the. ideas youve gathered, and run with them. "Deciding who to hire to do the different aspects of your job requires careful consideration, and a good place to start is by checking out the persons references and reputation," says Dennis Day, a spokesman for the Associated General Contractors of America (AGO),..the largest and oldest construction trade association in the United States., He says youll Want to do the following > Verify the contractors licensing and insurance. Make sure the contractor has at least five years experience and is an expert doing the type of work you need. Contact the Better Business Bureau to see if information on your candidate is available, Ask how many jobs like yours the contractor has-comv ploted. Ask for examples of work the contractor has done on other projects, Ask the contractor for references from ten current and/or past clients who have had work similar to yours done. Most businoss comes to a good contractor from referrals, so investigate, these references. "You "should ask the people you call if they were satisfied with the job done, if there were any delays in the work schedule, if workers showed up regularly and on time, and if the work area was well-maintained," says Day., The contract yoti sign with the contractor should include clear information on all aspects of tho job including the scope of the work, specific materials, to be used, start and projected finish dates, and the progress payment schedule Be sure all parties understand the terms of the agreement or contract. The contract can be used for your protection if the project is delayed, incomplete, or dam- a g e d ". For more tips on choofeing the right contractor or construction contracts, log on., to. AGGs Web site at This article is courtesy- of AM Content. t\ September 6, 2004 Cranford Chronicle C- gars rollover in opener Drechsel leads overpowering offensive effort ByCHADHEIWEWWAY THE CHRONICLE ~~ CRANFORD - It took a while for the Cougars to shake off the first-game jitters in their season opener at Memorial Field Friday night. But in the end, Cranford proved it should be a force m 2004, posting a convincing 42-8 win over the Hillside Comets. Cranfords balanced offensive attack churned out a total of 477 yards. Quarterback Chris Drechsel, who started the game by throwing an interception on his first attempt, finished it with 45 yards passing and two touchdowns as well as 46 yards on the ground and another two touchdowns. "We were anxious, I think, so it took a little while to start clicking," Drechsel said. "Weve been waiting a long time to get in there and go, especially after last year (when Cranford went to the sectional semifinals). Getting off to a good start is very important." Drechsel complimented a corps of Cougars who stood as question marks at the start of the season the offensive line. Cranford lost many starters at the positions to graduation and some observers, looking at the team from afar, were uncertain the new front five could step up. But they did their job, giving Drechsel enough time to pass and some nice holes to run through. "The line did a groat job tonight," said Drechsel. T think they came knowing they had something.to prove, and they did," Junior Chris Brown was the benefactor of the time Drechsel had to throw. Brown caught passes of 30 and 4 yards on his way to racking up 4 yards receiving and added 48 more yards on the ground. Jamar Ingram chipped in 58 yards and scores on runs of 3 and 6 yards while fullback Lester Manuyag rumbled past defenders for 80 yards. "After that first hit, it was on," Brown said. "This win felt great. I think a lot of people might have though we were going to have a (All limos p.m. unless otherwise noted.) THURSDAY, SEPT. 6 Girls tennis Cranlord vs. Rosollo Catholic. 4 Volloyball Cranlord vs. Oak Knoll, 4 FRIDAY, SEPT. 7 Football Broarloy vs. Arthur. Johnson, 7 SATURDAY, SEPT. 8 Cross country Cranlord in NJCTC Group, TBA Football Cranlord at Linden,. Boys soccer Cranlord vs. Piscatnway, a.m. Girls soccer Cranlord at Plscataway, a.m. MONDAY, SEPT. 20 Boys soccer Cranford at Unclon, 4 Girls soccor Broarloy at Arthur L Johnson, 4 Cranford vs. Undon, 4, Field hockey Cranlord at Wostllold, 4. Girls tennis Cranlord vs. Oak Knoll, 4,. Volleyball.. Cranford vs. liahway, TUESDAY, SEPT. 2 Girls tanrils Cranlord vs. Shabiuz, 4 Crosscountry Cranlord vs. yvuslllold/koarny,.4. Boys soccer Bronrloy vs. Arthur L. Johnson, 4 Field hotkey Cranford at Union, A. Gymnastics. -,. Girls soccer Cranford at North Plalntlold, 4 Volloyball ^ h 4 Girls soccer Broarloy va. Hlllsldo, 4 - Boyssoccor Braarloy-ot Hillsido. 4 Gymnastics Cranlord ut Columbia, 4 Girls tennis Cranlord vs. Linden 4..,... Volleyball.Cranlord vs. Wsstlleld,4. > PHOTOS BY JOHN FEI/CORRESPONDENT Cranfords rout in the season opener wasnt just about offense. The Cougarsswarming defense kept Hillsides ball carriers in check. down year, but I think tonight we proved were. pretty good. We made a statement." A prolonged drive that brought the Cougars to the Comets 8-yard lino on their second possession resulted in no points after a missed 28-yard field goal by Steve Caprio. But at the end of the first quarter, Ingram intercepted a pass, turning the momentum back in Cranfords favor. The Cougars first scoring drive began at the Hillside 47 and ended with Brown catching a 30- yard pass from Drechsel. Caprio would go on to hit the extra point and all five PATs to follow, in addition to catching two passes for 3 yards. The Cougars would strike for touchdowns on each of their next four possessions. Ingram, scampered in from three yards away with four minutes left in the half, and Drechsel. found Brown in the end zone from 4 yards away, floating a fade route pass a bit short so Brown could come back for it. It took only two plays for the Cougars to tack on another touchdown thanks to a 57-yard keeper by Drechsel off an option play, highlighted by a juke at the 5- yard line that took a Hilbide defensive back out of his cleats. Ingram ran in for a 6-yard score just three minutes later. On the ensuing kickoff, Hillside would score their only touchdown when Ronald Clerc found a seam and bolted for a 99- yard return. Clerc would finish with a game-high 67 yards on 0 carries/ _ But in the fourth quarter, Drechsel stretched the Cougars lead, keeping the ball off an option play from his own 8-yard line and not stopping until he found paydirt. Looking Ahead The Cougars will take on the Linden Tigers, a North Jersey Section 2, Group 4 contender, in Linden at p.m. Saturday. The Tigers scored an upset win against Plainfield last week, 9^3. In last years match-up Cranford came out on top, 5-8. HILLSIDE CRANFORD First Downs Total Yards Rushos-Yds Yards Passing Comp-AIMnt Ponaltlos-Yds Fumblos-Lost TEAM STATISTICS Cranlord Hillsido CRANFOHD INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Rushing - Drochsfll 4-46, Manuyag 2-80, Ingram 8-58, BroW/n 7-48, Dauberti-4, Zamorskl -(-), Follnuoz2-(-3). Receiving - Brown 6-4, Caprio 2-3 GEORGE PACGIELLO/STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER Cranford tennis team falls to Scotch Plains First singles player Chrissy Oltmann and the Cranford girls tennis team drdpped their Monday* match by a 5-0 margin to Scotch Plalns-Fanwood at home. The Raiders proved too tough for Cranfords squad, which failed to win a set In any of the matches. The Cougars had better luck In their season opener Friday, downing North Plainfield, 4-. After a trip to Roselle Park Wednesday, the team Is scheduled to host Roselle Catholic at 4 p.m. today at the Hillside Avenue courts/ Chris Brown was a key contributor to the offense, fighting off tackles on the way to some big gains. Weekends festivities include downtown5k By DAVID LAZARUS CORRESPONDENT CRANFORD With big races each Fourth of July and Labor Day, Cranford has become a well known destination for serious road racers. But while those races focus more on Nomahegan Park and Kenilworth Boulevard, the first annual- Experience Downtown Cranford 6K will focus more on the downtown area. Although the inaugural edition of the race will be held Saturday, there should be a strong field according to race director Timothy Styler, an assistant track coach at Cranford High School and one of the top area runners. The race should be a very competitive race up front with some of. my former teammates coming in to run," said Styler. "However, this race is more than just running fast. The race will benefit the cross country and trade programs in Cranlord. Residents can come out and run or walk then hang, around Downtown for.the Festivals the VJowntown Management Corporation have planned We hope this call be an jmriual event, so that we can send athletes to camps or help fund a team to a National Invite.*. The race, sponsored by Back to Mature, is part of the first annual Experience Downtown Cranford Festival which includes a restaurant promotion all week, concerts, childrens) and family activities, historical walking tour ancl the antique show. The race will be conducted ram or shine on Saturday at 930 a m, with registration beginning at 9 a.m. at the gazebo at North Union and Springfield avenues. Registration fees are $20 at the race, For more information and online registration, go to Applications can also be picked up at Back to Nature and the Cranford Bike Shop. While Styler is serving as director of this Saturdays race, he played a different role in the Labor Day Fall Classic leader of the pack. Though hampered by injuries this summer, the Cranford High alumnus defended his- title in the five-mile- raco, besting Paul Buccino of Westfield in 270. "I always like to run in Cranford. Nothing beats winning a race in your-hometown," ho said.. "Ive been.a little disappointed with my running as of late because of a knee injury that has hampered me shortly after my marathpn debut at the Philadelphia Marathon. The effort at the Fall Classic was to test myself at this point to see whore I am." Stylers long-term goals is qualifying for the 2008 Olympics the next window for a berth in the triuls is in January "I am looking to get back into shape for the winter and. spring seasons arid then really begin preparing for a. marathon or two," he said.. But perhaps the most impressive effort in that race was turned in by 90-year-old Dudley Healy of Chatham, who finished the course and received a standing ovation ui the post race awaids ceremony Cranford earns tie against Raiders By GREG MARX THE CHRONICLE CRANFORD Followers of the Cranford High girls soccer team may have been a little unsure what to expect this year Cranford returns three sophomores who started as freshman on a 2003 squad that made deep runs in the county and state sectional tournaments, but the Cougars also lost their leading goal-scoring force when Melissa Montalvo graduated. GIRLS SOCCER Theres a long season still ahead, but the team may have put some of those questions to rest with a hard-fought - tie at home against a talented Scotch Plains-Fanwood Raiders squad in Mondays opener. "Im happy," head coach Nikki Malanda said after the game. "Scotch Plains is one of the better teams in the (Watchung) Conference this year. A tie is as good as a win for us right now. The girls really showed a lot of heart and desire to compete with a very good team." Scotch Plains, which entered the game ranked No. 20 in the state by The Star-Ledger, gained a -0 lead when Jesse Sapienza scored off a corner kick just three minutes into the game. But Cranford held tough from that point on, and when midfielder Gina Malangone blasted home a shot off forward Courtney Koellners feed from the end line 8 minutes into the second half, the game was tied. It would remain that way the rest of the afternoon. Malangone is one of those three sophomores who started as freshman on last years 7-win team. The others are midfielder Brittany McGinley and defender Lisa Levonas. Seeing Koellner and Malangone combine for Cranfords goal was a welcome sight for their coach. With Montalvo and several other seniors departed, Malanda is looking for those two and McGinley to start some scoring opportunities for the offense "and hopefully finish some, too." The teams senior captains are midfielder Courtney Schreiber, defender Lauren OHara and sweeper Kate Bither. Other starters include junior forward Sarah Morgan, junior midfielder Amanda Porter and sophomore defender Carla Rutmayer, who moves up this year from the junior varsity. The goalkeeper is junior- Danielle DAmico, who made eight saves in a stellar effort against Scotch Plains. Malanda also expects contributions off the bench from a pair of freshman, forward Ashley DiRocco and defender Kristen. Scotti... "Coming off a great year like we had last year, Im expecting us to do just as well, hopefully," said Malanda, now in her third year. as varsity head coach. But with a schedule including Peddie, Governor Livingston and Scotch Plains again, "We just need to take one game at a time," she said., ".. The next challenge after the Scotch Plains game was a matchup at Westfield Wednesday,.after press time a game "the girls get extra pumped up for,". Malanda said. The Westfield contest will be followed with games over the. next week at Piscataway a.m.. Saturday, home against Linden 4 p.m. Monday, and at North Plainfield 4 p.m. WendesdiVy. Gov. Livingston 8, Breurley 0 -Meredith Talbot scored four goals for GL in Tuesdays game in Kenilworth. Brearley, Plainfield 0 Eight players. scored for Kenilworth Monday, led by Lpreh Dotter with three goals, and Alex Pederson with two. New Providence 7, Brearley O Melissa Perkins made 4 saves for Brearley iix the teams season opener Friday^ but New Providence scored five goals in the second-half to take control. I

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The Cougars won, , " Presented In conjunction with Cranford High School v andtliicranfordchrorilcli?? - C-2 Cranford Chronicle September 6,2004 =Russo Ic ads Brc arley Football Brearley 28, Iselin Kennedy 2 Senior quarterback Vinnie Russo led the Bears with four touchdowns and 55 yards on 9 carries Saturday in Iselin. Brearley took a 4-7 lead into halftime on the strength of two Russo touchdown runs and never trailed in the second half. Boys soccer Gov. Livingston 3i Brearley 0 Andrew Lelliot, Kevin Tadinri and Chris Caggianp scored for GoV. Livingston in Tuesdays game. Brearley 3, Roselle 0 Tim Hoagland had saves on his way to posting a shutout and Wojtek Sliwinslu had two goals and an assist in the consolation game of the Brearley KickofF Classic Saturday... New Providence 2, Brearley The Bears were unable to come back.from a 2-0 halftime deficit in Fridays season opener. Scott Erickson and John Hollerbach scored for New Providence in the opener of the Brearley Kickoff Classic. CRANFORD Boys soccer Scotch Plains 4, Cranford 0 Neil Dellavalle had saves, but Sean Young and Sean McNelis had two goals apiece in Mondays game Cranford managed just two shots on goal. Field hockey Cranford 5, Roselle Park 0 Alaixna Buonaguro had four goals to lead the Cougars in their.opener Saturday. Sarah Capodice had-a goal and an assist, and Jillian Berkowitz garnered three assists.. Volleyball Union Catholic def. Cranford, 25-3, 23-25,25-23 In a competitive contest, Brigid McGovern had 30 assists and Melissa Rogers tallied seven kills for Cranford. Cranford def. Summit, 25-2, 25-7 Melissa Rogers finished with 4 digs and Katie Hayeck had four kills for the Cougars, who had earlier defeated Kent Place. r September 6, 2004 Cranford Chronicle C-3 _ In pre-season tournament action, the Cranford, Blue Angels looked to be In mid-. season form, finishing third at the annual tournament held in Branchburg. Their only osses, were to the co-champions, the Westfield Tornados and the Bridgewater Breakers, both Flight teams.. The Angels, renewed by the Sunday arrival of Julianna HarWns. took control of the game, convening a pass from Laura Villaraul to a goal by center forward Kendi Muckenthaler. Several other attempts by Gabriel Levlne were foiled by good defensive play, by Parslppany., Kathryn Joans made several runs up.lho left sideline and several effective throw-ins to keep the pressure on, Aggrossivo dofensivo play by Amanda Rusin and Sarah Paimor kept Parslppany off the board as tho half onded. Julianna Harkins took control of the mldfield with.skillfully placed passing. Following nor lead, forwards Nicolo Shuron. and Jackie Welssor. racelvod and distributed the ball to the Other front line players, Meghan Emmorts took a ball straight to tho goal from the right sido whlchrolled across.the mouth of the goal but would.not.go in. Later, sho received a pass from Laura Villaraut, which, sho then son! to Isabel Crystal/who, took tho ball up the right, sldo and pqwered. in an insurance goal.. The lead was prosbrved with tirqless play by.midfielders Gianna "G" Popola and Meghan Phelan, In addition to continued heroic elforts by Amanda Rusin, at times. single handedly stopping the offensive push.,, Samantha Ring provided several clearing kicks from the-mldfield, In addition to combining with Gabriel Levine for the shutout... The Angels capped off the tournament with a i-- tie of tho flight 2. Berkeley Heights Blue Stars, to.secure third place... Westlield and Bridgewater met in the championship game, which ended in a- scoreless tie. The Blue Angols play put ol the Cranlord Soccer Club and are coached by Sandra Villaraut. PAL teams Open season in Perth Amboy Cranford PAL Football, part ol tho Suburban Youth Football Leagus, kicked,. off the season Sunday with the A-team and C-team playing against Perth Amboy.. The Cranford ATeam (8th grade) lost a tough defensive battlo In their season opener,,6-0. Defensive standouts were Nolan Holman.Kylo Smith and Lawrence Emert. Starting quarterback, Miko Mullor. played wehuntil he was Injured, and backup QB Mark Wills played very well. Matt Helm had a 28-yard return. Rob Vetter, who broke his ankle in practice, was game captain for Cranford. The Cranford C Team (6th grade) secured a 2-0 victory. Luko Dianos 2- yard quarterback keeper in thethird quarter was thefirst Cranford touchdown. Late in the fourth quarter, Chris Murphy ran 48 yards with seconds left to seal the win for Cranford. J.T. Vicci, Alex Rodrigues, Mike Adubato, and Gerry Yotcotski, led the Cougarsdefensive effort. John Foye, D-team coach/cranford Pal Football Director, stated that B, D and E teams will all open their season this weekend..cranlords A, B C and D teams will travel to Chatham, while the. E-toam will also play away at Scotch Plains/Fanwood. 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Mulch Tree/Stump Removal i FENCE INSTALLATION MASONRY G&G Construction Steps Concrete Stone Brick Fireplaces Plastering Patios Foundations All Types of Marble Work All Repairs - Free Est MASONRY ANGEL MASONRY BRICKSTEPSCONCRETE PAVERS SIDEWALKS PATIOS CURBING & REPAIRS S SNOW PLOWING 5 FREE EST. FULLY INS S» CONCRETE WORK CURBING SIDEWALKS WALKWAYS ALL REPAIRS & SMALL JOBS i "VERY REASONABLE RATES" FREE EST. FULLY INS. ^CELTIC MASONRY* SIDEWALKS STONEWORK BRICKWORK- ALL WINTER MASONRY REPAIRS TILE WORKFREE ESTIMATES JAMES SUNSET PINES 2004 MASONRY BASEMENT WATERPROOFING* ALL TYPES OF CEMENT WORK STEPS PAVING BRICK STONE WALLS PATIOS»SIDEWALKS BLUESTONE ETC. CARPENTRY AVAILABE ^ 908^ PRECISION MASONRY Custom Residential Pavers Steps, Patios -Sidewalks Brick & Concrete Work All Work Guaranteed Free Est. Fully Ins, LTANKS EAST COAST MARINE SERVICE, INC. Tanks Sandlllled or Removed TANK LOCATION I SOIL TESTING > FREE ESTIMATES STATE LIC#USO TANK OIL TANKS OIL TANK SERVICES REMOVED FILLED INSTALLED HJ APIPROVED *6 YltS EXPERIENCE > OIL TANKS MIKE WATERS OIL TANKS & BOILERS FILLED/REMOVED DEP APPROVED ENVIRONMENTALLY SAFE AZAS PAINTING INTERIOR * EXTERIOR POWERWASHING MINOR CARPENTRY-. NO JOB TOO SMALL "OWNER PRESENT ON EVERY JOB" Free Est. Since 953 Fully Ins. « BELLO PAINTING INT/EXT "NO JOB TOO SMALL" POWERWASHING ALL S RETURNED FREE EST. FULLY INS MARINOS PAINTING "THE NEATEST PAINTER AROUND" Expert Preparation & Clean-Up Hepa Vacuum Sanding - Interior & Exterior Decks & Driveways Faux Finishes Paperhanglng 4 Wallpaper Rolnoval NOT A SUBCONTRACTOR. WE 0 0 THE WORK INTERIOR DECK POWERWASHING & WATERPROOFING DRIVEWAY SEALING ODD JOBS PETE ^908* GORMAN PABNW SPECIALIZING IN PAINTING ALUMINUM SIDING SPRING SPECIAL $ OFF EXPIRES ] DRIVEWAY SEALCOATING 800* Cf/.L TO ADVERTISE EXTERIOR PAINTING SPECIALIZING IN CEDAR SHAKES PAINTING OLD ALUM. SIDING TO LOOK NEW ORMILE PAINTING Free Estjmates/25 years PAINTING Interior/Exterior Power Washing Papering Free Estimates Call Eddie 3<r ROBERT BIZ2ARRO I TAMAS PAINTING PAINTING Professional Work Interior/Exterior Wallpaper Spackllng Decks 20 Years Experlencs House Psinting by CEILEX Exterior/Interior EXCELLENT JOB AT THE LOWEST PRICE OLD HOUSE SPECIALTY BEST PREPARATION DECK REFINISHING ^ PAINTING/WALLPAPER GOOD CHOICE PAINTING & PAPERHANGING INTERIOR/EXTERIOR 3 PQWERWASHING/DECKSEAIINQ/STAINING PAPERHANGLNQ 4 WALLPAPER REMOVAL COURTEOUS RELIABLE PROFESSIONAL SERVICE 5 YEARS EXP. REF. AVAILABLE, FREE EST. FUUY INS. MARK GIORDANO I & W00D ROOFPRESERVING Int/Exl, Diiltn Wall f ailing Decking Fully Injured Ut\ & Rellabls Sftrtite Driveways Concrete & Masonry Excavation* Paving Stone-Walkways* Curbing Free Est. Fully Ins MJHOAGPAVEVG..RESIDENTIAL* COMMERCIAL. DRIVEWAYS PARKING LOTS SEAL COATING. RET. WALLSPATIOS-PAVERS. CONCRETE SIDEWALKS LANDSCAPING,,uu FREEEST. FULLY INSURED ^ PEST CONTROL, INC...For Dynamite Service..Call Family Owned & Operated All Insects & Rodonts Treated Froo Inspoclion/Esl. Fast & Professional Servico AEASTERN isgqn Family Owned / Operated "We are 3 Lotal Concern" TERMITE CONTROL SMCARPENTERiAMSREC IAL STSSSS ROACHES BEETLES MICE > BEES LICENSE No m (973) (908) A SUMMBT i N.J. STATE LIC. #4890 lleslilonllal Commercial Industrial No Job Too Small We Return All Calls Fret Est, Bonded & Insured Walor Heaters Installed Stoam & Hoi Water Heat Boilers Installed **» PUftffl. HEAT. IclcDill-Lic/ISSlS!) HotUn \\tiu i rljttiten PLUMBINGHEATING) RM.E & G AIRCQNI), Mike - \JC Keg I* l t 24 hr Emerg.Svc. YOUIt BUSINESS CflLL PLUMBING & HEATING Right One Plumbing & Heating LLC "74 e 6. gt g fa S S25 M OFF FIRST TIME CLIENTS % Boiler Replacement Specialists J Jolf Wright NJ Stalo Llc. #037. Donnls J. ONdlll NJ Stato Llc. W459 - REFINISHING CARRIAGE HOUSE REFINISHING CO n lurnltuiui RESTORATION I.. HARDWOOD FLOORS 5 SnilPIED/mSlNISHED AND INsTAliB) miwr DLCOMWG & TOUCH UP SERVICES ^5640 $300 Off Any Job Over $2500 SidingWindows GuttersAdditions A Free Estimates Fully Insured WE STOP LEAKS CLARK BUILDERS. Inc. Xs. Experience. Complete lloof Stripping S >ccialbis & All Repairs Siding -Windows. Fully Insured Free Estimates ^ i POWELLS ROOFING lfzsvic "NOJOBTOQSIMLI AVAILABLE 7 DAYS SENIOR DISCOUNT WE ki>l WE NOW ACCEPT CREDIT CARDS RUBBISH REMOVAL 0-30 YARD CONTAINERS COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL RESIDENTIAL DUMPSTER RENTAL CLEAN-UP SERVICES DEMOLITION TILE CONTRACTOR NICK GRASSO TILE CONTRACTOR Commercial Residential Custom Bathroom Remodeling Kitchens Foyers Marble Installation Repairs Free Est. Fully Ins. ^ TREE SERVICE Tfee & Stump, Removal Pruning* Trimming 24 Emor. Service. "If troo work S I M E S you, call us!!" Free Esl. Fully Ins AUTUMN ROSE TREE SERVICE "Lowest Rates at the Highest Quality" Crana Service Available Pruning & Removals. 24 hr. Emergency Service Free Est, Fully Iris TREE SERVICE M&A TREE SERVICE TRIMMING & REMOVALS "ACUTABOVETHEBEST WITH PRICES BELOWTHE REST" 24 HR SERVICESFIREWOOD CHIPS - FREE EST. FULLY INS VFIREWOQD>..... LOW, LOW RATES SENIOR CITIZEN DISCOUNTS INSURED.FREE ESTIMATES «-, To Advertise Call Christine V }

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We offer an exceptionally pleasant and comfortable working environment in a fun place to work. Above average hourly wage Exceptional and attainable bonus and commission opportunities All Health Benefits Extensive Training Please send your resume to J. Dowd HUNTERDON COUNTY DEMOCRAT 7 State Highway 73, Suite 300 Asbury, NJ Or Fax to W l ARE AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY- UMPLOYUR BnMIBMBJrMMfiMMc>fi^^ SIFDED SHIPPING & RECEIVING Fanwood/Plamfield area. Good oppertunity for student. 2-3 hours daily, 5 days a week x9 LEGAL SUPPORT FULL TIME / ENTRY-LEVEL Expanding Millbum Law firm seeks highly motivated, well-organized individual to handle heavy typing and various office responsibilities. Qualified individual must be computer literate and possess excellent communication skills. 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Computer skills holpful, but not HOCossary CLERICAL Irnrlford Co, sooka mspon-.-. slblo, motivated office poison FT fib,ckiir speakinfl phono volcu and good ninth.skills A MUSTI Du-! ties include answering a lino phono, data & A/Runtiy,, Wl, filing, faxing,- mall, plus more CLERICAL W, 9-5, detallod-data untiy, billing, etc. Fast- paced office. Fax resunio io Lorraine at CUSTOMER SERVICE- FTTront Counter personne for full service party and tool rental company In Berkley Heights. Friendly phone voice required. We will train. Immediate openings CUSTOMER SERVICE PART TIME Become a part of ttie prestigious VMH family of watches and Jowolry. Ineluding TAG Heuer, Dior, Zenith and Omas We have several Immediate openings for part, time customer.service representatives In our Springfield, NJ facility. The position entails hoavy! phone work /. and occasional backup for tho main switchboaid. Tho Ideal -candidate) will have prloi customer service oxporionce, preferably In a lotoll environment, and oxcollont verbal communication and listening, skills. Available shifts are M-F.0anV 2pnY. llam-3pm and 4pm- 8pm. Ploaso fax resumos to (973) , omall us at Hu.rna.n.BgSQUKo.s, us_fflyjnhwatchjowo (y,.coiii or mall to LVMH Watch & J6welry USA, MR Dopl., 966 S. Springfield Avo.. Sprlngflold, NJ Ploaso specify position. DENTAL FT In Cranford offlco. Must bo frlendiy and icli ablo. Salary based on oxp. Ploaso call Chris at 84* DENTAL with X-ray license neodod for Mon., Tuos., Thu. and SaL In state of tho art olflco. Call Dana at ^873 DENTAL HYGIENIST Wanted for- Sprlngfiold offlea. Vfr- 2 Vi days per wook flexible. Ploaso call DENTAL RECEPTIONIST Union Cly. offlco looking for friondly, organlzod Individual for FT position. Exporlonco roq, Ploaso call DENTAL RECEPTIONIST Person wanted lor dontal of llco, RT. Fax resumo Io FINANCIAL SERVICES $54,000+ C0MM Ono of (North Jorsoys oldest largest financial planning companlos Is looking for qualified Individuals, Business oxpoilonco roquirod. Salos oxp. not nocossary. Extonslvo training. Full bonoflts. Please call Loo Atossl at or Fax FRONT DESK- WELLNESS CENTER PT/FT positions available, Mornings/ aftornoons/ovos Call or Fax M2 GREEN GARDEN FT Out6ldo salesperson nooded, cloan driving rocord roquirod. Knowlodgo of plants holpful. * FULL CHARGE BOOKKEEPER Kenllworth, New Jersey company seeks a part-time accounts payable to handle all aspects of financial reporting to Include monthly reporting, budgeting, forecasting Inventory, and accounts payable. Excel knowledge a plus. Great Plains accounting knovaxto a plus. Please resume to foiojmiufflysjg.cflm or fax, to 90& O, Please Include Salary requirements, v Also seeks a FT accounts payable bookkeeper to nandlo all traditional accounts payablo dutlos coding Ihvolcos, entering holces, processing payments, handle vendor Inquires, reconcile to g/l, bank reconciliations, roviow of agings, filing and cash flow. Excel & Great Plains knowledge a must Person must bo orgartod. and liavo prior similar, expoiienco. Pleaso omall nesumo. to fcyjaff<i?tgtmuslq,c.om or fax to Sat aiy cbmmonsurate with oxporionco. HAIRSTYLIST FT (or busy Scotch Plains sa Ion. Llconso & oxporionco noodod CGG HAIR STYLIST Upscale salon and day spa. FT competitive pay, ongoing oducatlon, benefits pkg HOUSEKEEPER CHILDCARE M-F, 3-630pm, drive 3 yr-old & yr-old to local activities. Housocloanlng kit., bath, otc. Ruont English, rofs & cor roquirod INSURANCE AGENCY Wostfiold - Enoigotlc, Frloiidly, Ua, CommscU Unos CSR Ma 3 Yrs. Expoilonco, Excl. salniy Bonoflts & Comm., fax resunio to 00& a ts*rttvj5af!fl[ky. Qm KIDS BOOKS Sooldng motivated Individuals to sham their love of books w/ children, paionts, and educators. Floxlblo hrs, work from homo. Groat compensation and bonus. Lots of funl Call Andron, Indopendent Consultant Usborno ^950 LEGAL SECRETARY FT. Salary basod on oxporionco. Call MINI BUS AIDE Coring Individual to monitor studont during transport botwoon homo and school. Transportation Curb Co. Clark, NJ i-aoo Ask"for Mr. Charloa OFFICE Small salos office in Cranford looking for solf motivator with strong organizetlonal skills to assist with gonoral offlco dutlos to Includo phonos, filing & customer sorvlco. Hours 9-3. M-F. Fnx losumo to pncir since..and giving you lower prices and extra value is still what drives us every day! Were all you need to know. VOLKSWAGEN IN SUMMIT niiuxilr HKI ^ i i i i i i i- 49 Morris Ave. Summit NJ Call or douglasautoneti nvb New 2004 Volkswagen JetfaGL 4-Dr.. 5 Spd. 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KoylessErl Am/Fm St Co s/cd.vin ( Stk. )24066 MSRP $28,555 factory Rebate $3500 instant Value Certificate 3500 Dealer Discount $78. Wantto get into a new car fast? Get into the classified section first Classified ads offer the widest selection of new and used vehicles in the market Plus, classified ads are the most convenient way toi comparison shop features, prices and payments. Ready to ride? Check the classified section first the first place to look for evei?ythkig THE SPIRIT OF AMERICAN S l p!-. j...."-.vvj../" -, mf! I-.

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Information filed with tho attorney general concerning this charitable solicitation may be obtained from the attorney general of the slate of New Jersey by calling (973) Registration with the attorney general does not imply endorsement The Fresh Air Fund..... "-... JMKBMW M ThoUltlmal. Jltikbmw com ( APR FINANCING AVAILABLE 4 BUY Financing Available Through. BMW. Financial Services I bmwtim.com j. vinvw.jnikbirnw.com 328iA 4 dr, 6 cyl, aulo trans, air, pwr slfwbs/soamcks/kunk, AM/FM. stcroo-cqss, sunrl, llhr Inl rada, alum wlils, dual alibags, log Its. Sport Pkg, 55,926 ml, Stk.. *fbp56533,. VIN #WAV dr, 6 cyl, 5 spd man Irans. oir, pwrstr/abs/seals/fcks/injntenl, AM/FM sler«kass, cruise, alum whls, sunrf, llhr Inl, tads, dual alibags, log Its, 62,865 mi S i BP55040, VIN HWBV55W0, by BMW Better Than. New Sale! OR LEASE PER Ma $i X36M0S. THE 200 r i. j-izpm Morv-rrt. >8/hr..m license. 90* FT, answering phones, general office duties. Computer knowledge and Quickbooks. Please call 90B-5iaO732 OFFICE MANAGER Chatham Investment advisory offlco looking (or person with strong Organizational skills for general offico work. Proficient with computers and broker. dealer, experience a plus. 5i 20 hours por week Fax resume to OFFICE MGR/ BOOKKEEPER FT, for Interior design turn.musi bo proficient In Quickbooks, detail oriented, gd. comm. and organizational skills. MuW testyspedfy/oider placement Fax requlroments/rosumo OFFICE WORK PT, for fashion photo studio 0am-2pm, MonFri. Wost field Call PROPERTY DAMAGE INSPECTOR $30k P/T - $80k* F/T. Np oxperlohco. Will-Train PT/FT Positions Tmpspoffation Caro Co.. Clark, NJ.. Drlvor P/T Pofsonnblo Individual w/cloan drivinc record, to transport clients In company vohiclo. Dnvtlino hours. English & map road- Ing skills roqirirod, FT Cdvor/Wtidolchalr Von Porsonablo individual w/ clonn driving record to transport clients to medical appts. Some lilting rocl/d. CPn/PAT Certification, a i. English & Map loading skills reqd.. Ask (or Mr. Chailon PT RECEPTIONIST Kanllworth Music Co. Seoks. 2 PT Receptionists. Hours 9am-lpm & lpm to 6pm. To handle all incoming phono calls, greet guests, light typing, itglit data entry, mall and foxos.. Com-. putor. skills a must, good " appearance- roqd. Fax resume to f. Ryzoff at or omall to Fjyififlaiulmualfi,CBin. Please Indlcato 9-lpm or l-6pm. No phone calsplease. SECRETARY for -busy-synagogt Must have strong Interpersonal skills and the ability to. multitask. Ruency in Word & Excel required. Competitive salary. Faxresume to C. Sayras, , Summit Jewish Community Center SECRETARY PT. Mltlburntaw office flexible hours, no legal experience required Perfect for those who are busy and need to work around schedules. Call SECRET SHOPPERS NEEDED For Store Evaluations, Got Paid To Shop. Local Stores.. Restaurants & Theaters. Training Pro- vldod, Flexiblo Hours, requl(edi-80a0s ext 6262 SECRET SHOPPERS NEEDED for Store Evaluations. Got.Paid, to \ Shop. Local Stores,. Restaurants & Theaters. Training... Provided, FlexibleHours. E- Mall, required S ext SIMPLE WORK/ TOP PAY Honest Workers Noodod To Assomblo Rofrigorator Magnets. Sorlous Workbrs ONLYI National Homo Assemble^ I RC#007 teachers Asst Pro-KFT. Immodlatq. opening. Exp. proforrod. Otfors good pay, health Ins., pd vac..holiday & sick days. Pleaso call Diane *05 TILE INSTALLER Over 250 por day.. Call oxt.07 VETERINARY TECHNICIAN P.T/IT. positions availablo for a self motlvatod oxpurlancod tech Park Veterinary Group, WAIT STAFF Rrtvato Country Club,. located.in Wostflold, NJ Is seoklng to hlro professional, wait staff and bus sorvors. Competitive wages, FT/PT positions available, oxporlonco proferrod buy not nocossary. Plonspcair * *> WESTFIELD SCHOOLS Substitute. Custodians $2/hr. Various shifts Lunchaldos 3O-230pm school (k^s $3.50 per hour Coma In and completo application at Hunart Resources Ofllco 302 Dm Street WestiWctNJ EOE YARD PERSON Westflold. Lumber and Home Conter has FULL TIME year round position available, for yard person/driver..must luivo valid drivers liconst).. Apply In person 700 North Avo. East Wostflold, NJ Medical Help 250 BiLLER/CODER (Must bo certified)forsuigicat fa cility. Exc. pay and benefits. Pfeaso fax rasumol DENTAL FT Gen. Dentist office. Exp. not nee. but. proforrod. Friendly work environment. Pionso call M507 DENTAL Part Time assistant for Oral Surgory Office.. Somo Exp. Profiirrod. Ploaso call FT DENTAL OF- FICE MANAGER High End AoGtiiqtlc Dontal Of- fico In Madison aroa. Rofined professionalism ro-. ". quired... Fax Resume to RECEPTIONIST /Insurapco billor, PT, for Chiropractic offlco in Union. Call to Inquire Part Time Help 255 ADMIN. CRANFORD FINANCIAL SERVICES COMPANY PC. exc. organizational skills, and ability to handle multi-tasks roqulrod. Excellent work- Ing conditions In friendly offlco. 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Ota) stair...,..! Animadw "....,... Utak... 37,954 ml. 38,495 ml ml.. t oml.,,,,30,o08,ml." ml ml. WX Mahooany ml. 0 X54.4 Blua ,...39,Wlti SiennaRod...,,...25,052ml. Ask About Our.Europoon Dallwry Pragnun i NEW& CERTIFIED PRE-OWNED SALES SERVICE «PARTS»BODYSHOP Route 22 East Springfield, NJ«Toll Free , Showroom Hours Mon. Thura Fri Sat Prices incl. all cost to be paid by consumer, except for lie, reg. & taxes. Not responsible (or typos or omissions. Pics are for Illustrative puiposes only. Excludes prior sales. This ad supersedes previous ads. Lessee responsible for excess wear & tear, Up to 60 mos. on select models to qualified buyers. "$525 bank fee for NJ residents $800 bank fee for NY residents. See dealer for details, New 2004 Saab 9-3 ARC Convertible VIN #-60320, SIW24005, I cyl. turbo, auto, ac, p/s/bavinds/lks/mirrs. CD, cruise, air bags, a/s tires, cold weather package, premium package, Nocturne Blue/Parchment Leather. Blue Top, 3800 demo miles. Original MSRP S«,790. Piice includes $750 Saab Owner loyally, if qual Saab VIN OTIWU cyl, 5 speed manual, a/c, p/sbaviiidateinifis. ait bans, Desert Site/Black Cloih inl. MSRP S Price includes. ts500 Saal) Ownor Loyalty, iniiial. Buy For Buy For ADMMSTOATTVE Part Time (25hr/wk.) NJ Youth Syniphony. Database experience using Excel as well as Microsoft Word, and Outlook reqd. Tax resume to or to offlceanjys.org CLERICAL HELP P/T positions avail. Seniors and Retirees wtloome. Call FITNESS ASST- Works well w/ children flex his & days INSURANCE/ CLERICAL Mouhtrjlnsjdo Insurarico Ajjuncy. cocks -detailontnled person w/ Rood computtr. skills. Pf, >m, MF, J3/hr. FdX recuine lo 908* P/T POSITIONS Cloanore-comm. oxp. Dlogunrds/ Swlhi Instf. Toachor As»ts. Sports Instre- Gymnastics, Soccof, Basketball Referee Competitluo Salary. ApplyWestflold "Y", Attn MR Dopartmont 220 Clark Street Wostflold,NJ07000 or omall or f«« YARD WORK Looking for dopondablo person to work ovbnlngs and/or wookon( G. Scotch Plains. 9O8-5G-09O6 Professional Help 260 ADMIN ASST. Architectural Finn seeking FT Gonpial Administrative position. Immediate opening. Phono, filing nnd light typing. Fax Cover Lottor & Rosumo to ^488 Att Porsortnol Trades 275 CARPENTER FT growing construction company sooklng responsible, oxpotlencad carpontor for all phasos of barpontry work. Must have good driving rocord. Bonofits, profit sharo, holidays, po3slblo vohiclo.. ^\ JJ Affordable COMPANIONS. **A«n«y SLOVAKIA** Llvo In/out VBABYSiniNGYBy a lovlnrj Mom In my Union home. 25 years oxporlonco, Refer oncos. Call CAREGIVER Excollont Roforonces. Exporlonced, Europoan holp Saab (a,.^ 9-5 ARC Sedan "~ / < CARE-GIVER Experienced, lobwng for liye- <M\ position w/eldertv or &nuitioufujjak&ijti area. Excl. references. 908^ tchildcaret By a loving Mom in my Clark home. CPR certified/certified Teacher,..References VCHILD CARE* Exp. monvto-care for your child In my Scotch Plains home ^07 CLEANING LADIES. honost exp., rcl., rollablo. supplies Incl., housos & apts. Fioo ost.. Call Elsa ELDER DISABILITY CARE Expcj English speaking European Women live in, Iwe out Agency EUROPEAN CARE. Companions... Housekeeping Child Care Live In/out, Reliable Bonded EXP. CAREGIVER looking for lim> In.of out position to care foi euerly or home bound. Car & lets OR Experienced Polteh Wom». Clean your house or your apt Call GROOMING FOR YOUR PET Will Pick Up. Reas. Ratos HOUSE CLEANER 0 yrs exp. Own transportation. Rot available. Ploaso call Lillian or Indlara 973B7-5597/973-46&347 HOUSE CLEANING Polish lady, oxp. rofs, own trans, Margaret. 908/ POLISH WOMAN will clean your homo & offlco. Rols, Car & Exp.l Real Estate Sales ADIRONDACK RIVERFRONT 5 Acros was $29,900 Now $9,900., ft of rlvorfrontl Socludod woods, guarantood buildoblol Yr. round rd. olootl Tormsl Wont lastl BAY AREA, VIRGINIA Acros with 300 Doop Watorfront $299i900 f!oro Opportunity to-. acquire heavily wooded socludod parcol with southoastern oxposurp, Ownor orrongod financing Q8-O99. COUNTRY ESTATE FORECLOSURE!. 20 Acros - $39,900 Quality upstato NY ocroagol Woods, stream, vlowsl Twn rd, oloct, Cloar title survoyl Tormsl Wont lastl FAMILY CABIN 4 Acros - $49,900 Now.u-flnlsh cabin! Prlvato woodod sotting Noor state land, Salmon Rlvor, snowmoblllngl A porfoct gofawoyl Financing avallt Wont lastl APR FINANCING.-UP TO 60 MOS /ON SELECT VIM f , Slk>2-I003, I cyl, Into. BUV FOf aulo, a/c. p/s/bavinds/lks/miris, CO. 25,990 Leather demo miles, Original MSRP $37,45. Price includes ($500 Saab Owner Loyalty, il qual. Certified Pre-Owned Saabs Available. Call For Inventory Price includes all costs lo be paid for by a consumer except lor lax and MV lees. fsaab Owner Loyally to current Saab customers - see dealer lor details 0"/o APR to subject lo primary lender approval. Low APR available in lieu of cash incentives. Pictures are for illustration purposes only Mfg programs subject to change, Not.iesponsililo to typos. Offers end 7 days alter publication. Free Home & Off ice SAAB {. ",,. - ^ ^ " Route OneNorth, Edison* \yww.paulmillercom. SALES HOURS MondayTnursclqy?00am800pm Friday 900am-<i00pm Saturday 900am^500pm SERVICE HOURS Ma)doy-Fricl^8(X)am-6()0piii, Sqlurday800qffl-500pm GM EMPLOYEES & SUPPLIERS WELCOME. September 6,2004 Cranford Chronicle C-7 BAR QAINS. AOIRONDACKS U Acres/ River- J TUG HILL 5 Acres/ Hemlock Lodge- $29,900. SO. TIER 5.5 Acres/ Mt. Valley Views- $0,900. SOUTHERN ADIRONDACK. 97 Acres/ Tlmber(and- $99,900 FALLS COMING! Call now Over 50 new properties available. Call ACL or. visit AJ real eslcrlo advertising In this newspaper Is subjeo,t to the FOdoral Fair Housing Amondments Act andtho Now Jorsoy Civil Rlghts.Law, whlqh make Itlllogal to advor- tlso any proforoncb, limitations or discrimination basod on raco, color, rollnloa sox. national origin, handicap, familial status, crooa. ancestry, marital status, affoctlonal or soxual orlontatlon, or riatlohallly, or an Intontlon to mako any such profdronco, limitation or discrlmlnallon. Familial status Includes chlldron under tho ago of 8 living with parents or logal custodians, pregnant women and peoplo socuring custody ot children under 8. This nowspapor will hot knowingly accept any advertising for real ostatp which Is In violation of tho law. To report discrimination, call the Offlco of Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity of tho U.S. Dopartmont of Housing and Urban Development (HUP) at The HUD TTY telephone number for tho hearing Impaired Is M55- LINDEN Studio apt (O( sale in nico quiet bldfj. Convonlontly located near Llndori train sta,, direct lino to NY Ponn Stn. Laundry on promises. Low malnt, Coos. Incl., HT/HW & prkj. $79,500 Contact owiior Hones for Sale 330 loos of Proportlos at Sheriff Snlo "Your Guldo to NJs Weokly Foroclosuro Sales" Vlow Foreclosure Advertisements Vlow Sheriff Lists Buy a Foreclosuro todayl -866-NJ-Shorlff 4 BR FORCLOSURE. $9,900 For Llstlnrjs call B X F98 A NO DOWN PMT LOAN Call Today To Qualify For a Special NOMonoy Down Low Closing Cost Conventional mortgage. Act Now Whllo Funding Lastsll Call Arnlo Joffo at Ivanhoo Financial. Inc. 7 days/2 hrs. Toll Froo Clark by Ownor Expandod Capo has groat now Kltchon and master bath, 2 largo bedrooms nnd i don/dr/br, sunporch, hardwood floors, 50x265(t. lot, $399, CROSSROADS REALTY.INC. # In Whiting with 2 offices to sorvo all your Real Estate noods. Call for info. & froo Adult Community Brochure Prlc6s. $Os to $300s NEW on martet Fanwood- Newly renovated 4BR, 2BA, CAC, Cape. 473 Tenlll Rd call $323,900 PALMER Old Orchard 4 Bf), 2/6 BA, 2 car gar., AGnrwood- 3BR. BA, LR. acre, $279,000 Paula Antarlo, or , Ext. 34. WOlchort Realtors PUBLISHERS NOTICE All rasldonlial real ostala advortiaing In this nows papor Is sub ocl lo tho Fodoral Fair Housing Act, Iho Now Jorsoy Law Against Discrimination and Pennsylvania Human Rolaliona Act. Those laws prohibit discrimination In tho Galp, rental or financing of dwollings, Tho Fair Housing Act makog It Illogal to ndvortiso "any proforonco, limitation, discrimination bocauso ol raco, color religion, SQX, handicap, familial status, or national. orlqin, or Inlonllon lo mako any such protoranco, limitation, or discrlmlnallon." Familial status Includes children undor the ago of 8 living with pt\nonts or lonal guardians prognant womon and pooplo Bocurlng custody of chlldron undor 8. In addition to (ho protections ndtod abovo, Now Jorsoy law prohibits discrimination basod on crood, ancflstry, mnrilal slfltug, nlfoclual or sexual orlonlatlfln, or nationality, and Ponnsylvanln law pmhlblladlscilmlnallon on tho bails ol ago. disability or ancestry. -...Tho nowspapor will not knowingly accapt or print any advertising lor rosldon- Hal real ostalo which violates trio law. To report housing t iscrimlnalion, call tho Otficool Fair Hbuslng and Equal opportunity ol tho U.S. Dopartrnent pj Housing and Urban Dwelopnian! (HUD) at -800-e9fl Tho HUD TTY t l number for tho hoailng Impaired Is (22) In Now Jorsoy, call tna Division ol Civil Rights in tho Department of Law and Public Safety al (609) , In Pennsylvania, call ffie Pennsylvania Human Relations Commission at (77) or tho Fair Housing, Council bl Suburban Philadelphia at (60)604-44, WASHINQT0N Immaculate 4BR colonial, 30x8 large deck off kit, lower deck by pool. Nicely landscaped. Quiet area, dead end street Asking $35,000 Arnold J Howell Realtor9O&689-47OO LANOKA HARBOR Sunday, Sept.9,2-4pm Scenic. 65 waterfront Col. Cath. celling.llv rm,fp. din rm EIK 8fam tm. Huge MBR Balcony, 2 closuts & Ig. bath. Decks pool CAC CV 2 garages.. MUST SEEI $849,000. 3W ckfoh)lh.. WelchwtRoaltore [Real Esiate Wanted 360 All CASH PAIDIII For slnolo & multi-family homos & vacant land. Fast closings! Call to- [ dayl.. ERA SUBURB. REALTY AGENCY, AVOID FORECLOSUREI Sayo your homo & credit. Call Susan Jit Golf front home $249,900. Spectacular now Carolina Mtn.homo at 8 hole course near Ashovlllo NC. Enjoy mild climato, groat golf, low taxos & low.cost of living! Call toll-froo x 7i5 Www. ohorokoovalloysc.com ORUNDO LUXURY RESORT FURNISHED VILLAS Sinfilo family homos 2,3,4 bedrooms. $09,900 $89,900. Uso/thon rent to vacationers, Lake Mnrion a Rosort Community. Sales (888) /Rontnls (877) Real Estate Rentals apartments 405 CRANFORD Bdr. apt., kltchon & LR, off-street parking,. W/D hookup, available /. Call CRANFORD BR. LR. mod KIT, w/dlshwasher. walk to train, fully carpeted, lots of closots, W/D hook up, No Pots Avail 0/5 $ CRANFORD- BR, LR, no.w kit, W/D, C/A, noar park and UCCC, Avail 9/, $95O/mo. All utlls inc. off strtpikg Call Cranford Aroa 2 bdr Apt. Ros.Area.$0O p/mo. + mo. soc.no pots Cranford - Luxuiy Apt. granite counters, HW Floors, walk in closol Wnshor/Dryor, DW, Central Air, $454/<T». Utlls. not Incl. 90a27&678 QARWOOD S300/HO 2" fir of 2 fam. Now bth, largo eat-inklt, hardwood (Irs, fabulous dock. Use ot basement & laundry. Walk to train. WSF 0775 RESIDENTIAL BROKERAGE BS CsnMlfAvo, Wostflold ColdwollBanhorMovos.coni GARWOOD - BR, ht/hw, qulot neighborhood nem trans Si shopping, no pets, sec. Si ref. reqd.. avail linmod. JSOO/mo after 6 Ganvood - BR, Kltchon, Bath, Yard, closo to transportation,n/s.n/p, $790./mo QARWOOp 2BR, 2" tli. ot 2 lain, DW. W/D HU, oil Si. pkg, close to shop & tiijns., luc. updated. Avail. Immod.. $3OO/mo. & V, mo. sec EIK, Ht & Hot wtr incl. new appllanc. walk to town and trans., $400mo avail. 0/ Burgdorff Realtors GAfiWOOD- 4 nns, 2 br., epac. EIK, cloao to trara Vi ino. 80C $,050. ma + mils., no pol9.00a.2720s9 GARWOOD - 4 room apt. In 2 family homo, own prl-,vato dock, W/D, rofrig. ln> eluded, close to NY transportation. Avail. 0/. $000./mo. Call after 5 p.m GARWOOD APARTMENT 2 OR, largo walk-in closet, living room, dining room, AC, w/d, laigo kitchen/pantry. 5 mln. walk to train. No pots $350/mo GARWOOD- Spacious 2BR apt, freshly painted, W/D hook-up, off st. parking. $200 + Utlls cVd9 GARWOOD, spacious 2 br, 2nd fl apt. w/hugo Kitchen, now paint and carpots, largo storage rm, and. DR. $200. Incl. heat/hw KENIIWORTH - 2 Bdr. apt,, Ilko now,. $95O./mo. + utlls..5 mo. sec. No pats, Avail, now. Days 908-2ll-2975 or evos KENILWORTH 4 rms., T fir., ht.4 water incl., no pots, IVJ mo. sec, $ Lobanun Boro BR, Ig UK. 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VIM2M $9, FORD RANGER Pick up, V-fi, auto, air, ps, ph, pu, plocks, lilt, cruise, cass. alloy wheels, 30,(00 miles, VMY $8,995 Cars & Specialty Vehicles 50 South Ave. Garwood, NJ Fax CHEVY CAVALIER LS Idr, aulo, air, ps, pb, till, cruise, cass, only 39,000 miles, VINW720fi982 $4, CHEVY S-0 V-6, auto, air, ps, pb, tilt, cruise, cass, alloy wheels, 38,000 miles. \WI50()!l. r t $9,995 THE UNCOLN MERCURY CROSS THE LINE CLEARANCE 2004 MERCURY Mountaineer Premier AWD V8 Engine Automatic Over Drive Transmission Power Steering. Power Brakes Power Windows Power Locks Power Seats Power Trunk Air Conditioning AM/FM Stereo CD Changer Tinted Glass Tilt Wheel Cruise Control Rear Defrost Leather Interior Moonrool StkJ4T VIN MUJ00079 MSRP $38,855 EVENT 2002 FORD FOCUS ZX-5 4dr, hatch, luto, air, ps, pb, piv, I plocks, tilt, cruiii, cj chiiijtr, moonroof, alloy.wlwls,.2,000 mild. WW40090 $0, NISSAN ALTIMA 2.5S I Ut, auto, air, ps, pb, pw, plocks, tilt, cruisi, al, 5,000 miles..vinmch8906 $7, TOYOTA COROLLAS I -Idr, auto, air, ps, pb, pw, plocks. tilt, cruise, cd, jlluy wheels, mooiiroof, wini, miles. VINKC only.lo.odii $, CHEVY CAVALIER LS Idr. auto, air, ps, pb, fill, cniisc, cass, only 3,000 miles. VIMW $5, BUICK CENTURY 2002 LEXUS IS-300 4Jr, auto, air. ps, pb, pw, plocks, psijts, leolher, till, cruise, cj cltmfr-r, moonroof, lu-attd scats 32,000 miles. VINii $22,995 $22, FORD MUSTANG 2dr, V-ii, julo, air, ps, pb, pn, plcicks. pwals, lilt, cruise, ca.v.,cd, alloy wheels, sport package, only 35,00 miles V I N W.T O $0, LINCOLN CONTINENTAL Idr, into, air. pj, pb, p,\\ pl«"b, pkats, leather, lilt, cruise, ciss cd, niooiinvjf, alloy ulu-ek, I.IKIO miles VINiTOOiJfid 2004 NISSAN. ALTIMASE 2004 W)NTIAC GRAND PRIX GT 2004 BUICK CENTURY Idr, auto, jir. p>, pb, \w, plucks, tdr, V-6, auto, air. ps, pi), pw, Idr, juln..iir,ps, li.pn.pl.xls, pse.its. till, vruise, cd, (ilass mof 20,000 milts YINMOWM plocks, pseals, tilt, cnuse, cd, alloy uliivls, viii!. IS.000 miles. psrats, lilt, cruise, cd. wily l.uuio milts, VIN»ll2vSlii $5, HONDA ACCORD EX 2dr, aulo, air, ps, pb. pu. plucfo, pseals, tilt, ennse. cd, mtmniuol, alloy wheels, -5,00 nulev VINa\H2S7li $5,995 Idr. auto, air, ps, pb, pw, plocks, lilt, cruise, cd, Idr,.mln, air, ps. ph. tilt, irinse, 33.IUHI Idr. Is-I..lulo. i i r. p.\ pk w, plmb. lilt. 3,000 miles VINiM $9, demo mi. Price incl. $3865. Thomas Discount, $695 Factory Discount, $5000 Customer Rebate & $500 FMCC Rebate il quaff. JSJri-nC LSV8 Sedan Yo«Save $ 36,59O *O f 5OO V8, auto OD Irans, pwr slr/biksanlnd/lcfa/soalsfwink, air. AU/FM s oroo, CD changor, l/nli-lill, crulso, r/dil, LSE pkg, 4984 damo ml, MSRP $47,035, Slk. 4X6, VIN K4Y Piico Incl. $3500 Thomas Okcouril. $6000 Customer Rsbale & $000 Cadillac Conquest il qualf tt- 200 CHEVY CAVALIER 2dr, autii, air. ps. pb. pw, plucks, lilt, cruise, cd..illuy wheels. -l-l,w)h miles. miles $7, SATURN SL-2 VlN»25w5lii JAGUAR X-TYPE idr, julo, ar, \&, \ii, p,v, plmks, piealf, kallkf, lilt, cmite. fd. alliv wheels, mik-iihiil, mily V,W $24,995 iili. 200 FORD TAURUS Idr, aulo, air, ps, ph, pw, plock. pseals, lilt, itinse. cass, jllny wheels onlv 3S.O00 miles. VINi/Riii7S0li $9, FORD EXPLORER itirisi. til..lllnv ullrtk (ih.iiihi inllo $9,595 "Its More ThaiiA Promise..At Thomas!" LINCOLN O % APR FINANCING UP TO All Wheel Drive! Moonroof! CD Player! Leather Interior! MERCURY *725OCASH BACK A.LLO WAN CEI THE 2004 MERCURY Sable Sedan You Save $ 9390 V6 aulo 00 Irans, pwr slrjbrksmind/soatus/lrunk, air. AUFM slweo-cass, Hals, Iili, cruiso, r/dol. llhr inl moonrl. 3B9 domo fni, MSnP S26.30G, Slk, WS4, VIN «4A60St60. PncokWos SI300Thomas Discount. S2490 Factory Discount, S4O0O Cuslomor Flobalo 4 S000 FMCC RobaW il qualiltodf. See our complete inventory WVWV.TLMCARS.COIT) BRAND NEW 2004 MERCURY Monterey Minivan $23895 pw V6, aulo OD Irans, pwr slrmsavinims/sflar, air, AM/f M sleroo, CD cliaiwar, l/als, r/del, till,. crulso, llhr W, MSRP $34,270, S* K4V7, VIN I4BJ274. Price Prlca incl. Incl. $4375 Thoi fliomas Dbcounl, I $5000 Cuslonw Rebate, & $000 FMCC Rebate If qualf. ^ Lincoln Mercury THE LINCOLN Town Car Ultimate Vou Save OH MSRP! V8 Jauta Irons, pwr slf/tite/wind/lcks/soal, air, AWf M sloroo-cass, 6 disc CD changor, r/dol, iili, crulso, hhr Inl, moonrl, chromo whls domo ml, MSRP $48,740,Slk «L, VIN D4Y602336, Pricalnd. $4745 Thomas Discount $6000 Cuslomor Robalo. &-$000 Cadillac Conqiiosl II quailtf. I HOURS I Mon/Tues/Thiirs 9am-9pm Wed/Fri. 9am-6pm OPEN SATURDAY I 9am-5pm I 369 South Avenue WESTFIELD, NJ Prices incl. all costs to be paid by consumer except lie, reg. & taxes. Supersedes all previous offers. Not responsible for typos or omissions. "Avail, on select new models to qual, buyers. Subject lo approval by primary lending source. Rebates in lieu of linancing. t/must finance through Ford Motor Credit to qual. t ft Must be a current owner/lessee ol a Cadillac. Programs subject to changes due to early advertising deadline. All prices & pymts incl all applicable customer rebates & incentives. All rebates go back to dealer. See dealer for details. TO Your Ad Call NISSAN MAXIMA SE auto, ur, ps, ph, uv, plikks. psi - ats, till, ciuisv, id. allny ulii-ils, wiiif!. nvidiipuf, $20, DODGE DAKOTA QUAD CAB Idr M, aulo, air, («, pb, pie. plocks, till, Cruise, cd, alloy wheels, Kdliner, VINW0tM75 35,00 miles. $9,495, 200 NISSAN SENTRA SE I dr. (into,,iir, ps, ph., pu, plucks, lilt, cruise, cd, alluy wheels, moiiiironf, wine, only.,000 miles, VIN.ill.203.J2 $,495! 2004 FORD EXPEDITION EDDIE BAUER Idr, -Ixl, aiilo, aiv. ps, pb, pw, plucks, pseats, leather, 3 seats, dual air, till, cruise, cdchannel,.dley wheels. 2,000 milis. VlNi-lFMil)35i $29,895 Price(s) incliide(s) all costs lo k paiil by the consumer except for licensing, regislrallon & taxes. tloliesponsible lor typographical cuors. APR FINANCING AVAIUBLETO QUALBUYERS" 4 Point Inspection On Lincolns 5 Winfe)ipect oifi() iyiercurys 2003 LINCOLN $ Town Car Cartier ^ t b i i Certified! 4 dr. V8, agio 00 ttsns, pwr s l i b f c a i i i l i s i i i j r t a a l s, air, A M t M stereo. CD chngr.. tqfs. Al, Ul, craso. trir inl. moonrl. chroma uhls mi, Sit..I4PBI, VIN MV BUICK, - *,.-. -,. S > i., \ v,,. Automatic! V6. aulo Irani (iwrstr/bifaavinil/lolisftiiirivbijit, air,,awfm storetk I CKS, Vob, eni!si)..iai, r.»l,6?242rni,stk. WP49A.-VIN SYU22W9J 999GMC. i A dr. VO, auto OD traria,4wd, pwr slr/brk,ywllittil(as/sbats.j air, AM/FM sterao, CO, l/gls,"r/dof, tl tf clvuhmtj 53,80 rill. Stk." MT2S)5A UIN. TdURiNQ epfltlofsl,- 4 dt-ve wta-od Ifansi str/ttrk/wlndicte air, AM/f-M ^tereo-oaas, 6 dtsi? CD ctihar/ [, inl. rnoonrl, ctiromfl.wlils, 32,308, nw.-stk. #4P83i VIN W MERCURY.. fvlarquisls o^rtis^.i Hit, V8, aiilo OD vans pwr3wbrtewlikl/tcka,ait, Afil/FM.I eterea, CD, llh( ini iomtni< Sik. 84P75VIN S4XD382?? v. rans, pr M c t a W i M b, afr,am?hmswoi t. CC r Ithr frit,moon,if, 23,303 rn(...st <i (i^t705a, VtN #3U^02Q5 Shop Our Entire Inventory At LIN c o IN MERCURY 369 South Avenue WESTFIELD, NJ Prices Incl all costs to be paid by consumer except lie, feg» & taxes.supersedes all previous offers. Not resp (or typo? or omissions. "Avail, on select models lo dual.ouyers onl certified vehicles. Subject lo approval by pnrnary lending. source approval. See dealer for details.. -T A,. v.

12 . ^ - I^J- ^^^^^*^^ >^- ^^ ^^ *L"^KI * ^^"*^* *** %^"^ir SJofl I "i w/d hookup. $ mo. sec S9. NORTH PLAINFELD - 5, rooms, spacious. offstreet parking, carpeted,. $975./mo NORTH PLAINFELO Victoriin. 5 rms. BR, formal DR, den, $950 + utils. NO PETS alter 6. JUST LISTED N.PUINFEID-2BR, Icar gar w/dock above $UC0 7 3 M PUINFELD East End Bdr. apt., $700./mp. Heat \ & HW supplied. No smpk-. ng >. RAHWAV 2 Bdr. apt., heat.. &. hot. Water Incl., W/D hookup,. $000./mo Z Rosollo Park BR garden WESTFELD-BR,. lblpck.apt. haldwood firs. ot/ from train station, hoat &. street parking, laundry hot wator.lncl. $U50/mth facilltlos. l/j mo soc $900/mo, SOft WESTFIELD BR, W&D, BERKELEY C/A,$025/mo.+ utll., SCOTCH PLAINS,2,3 BR walk to train apt./ finest residential 2759 area Scotch Plains 2br.for runt or" sublot. Good location to Schools..-. & truns.$lo8d/lno. Incl.iurb Call Patricia HP ". SCOTCH PLAINS - avail. 05 studio apt In priv. homo, priv. ont., S525/mo., uilla. Incl.,. fno. soc SCOTCH PLAINS FumlSMOd. studio, private homoand.(jntranco. Noaf NY trans. $800/mo utlls Includod SPRINGFIELD studio apt, soparatgiuntranco, uat- in.ktt. $650-4-Utll./-No.&mokinK. no pots. Call AVAIL NOW SUMMIT- BR, C/A, DW, W/D hkup. piuklng, nour train, no pots, $75/mo..5 mo sec. Avail now No feo.call Poffiy SUMMIT ST lloor,.2.famlly house. I BR apt, heat, hot water, offstreet pdtwng, no pots. /j mo. soctiiity. $lloo/mo. (Available Oct..) a~2~f5rtf.~home. walk to NVC train. $6O0/mo + utlls. Avail OCX MIUFORD-Spacious BR.QK. /,BBAw/iacuj2iBn Summit NO feel Walk to Skylight, Lig LP, Rrvtyd train. Lg. BR W/study or w/stream $00 Must See 2" BR, laundry & parking. 90& $295/mo. HT/HW Incl. Avail Inimed. Call Bill SUMMIT Studio, LR, Bdr.. microwave kitchen, walk to NYC transportation, N/S, no pets. $750 Utils. Incl.. avall.now THREE BRIDGES AREA - Studio apt,,- private en tranco & off-street, parking, utilities Included, $850. per mo. Call WESTFIELD - st fl. of 2 fanv Iry, -3BR-. LR. DO, KIT W/D hook- ups & tthapfi- $500/nofr DO WESTFIELD " fir. BR wj office or small 2" BR, hent, hot water, Incl. noar trans,, avail. Immod. $ WESTFIELD 2 Bdr. opt, $300./mo. + utlls..5 mo. soc. ALSO.3 Bdr., bn., $IOO.+ utlls..5 mo. sec WATCHING Prof, WESTFIELD - 2 BR, LR, DR, EIK, 2nd fir., close to town. $200.+ utlls,. V/i.. mo. soc, Avail. IminooV WosUldld 3br apt., EIK w/ dlshwaslior, Ir. dr, garago, c/a, w/d, 2 blocks to train, $650/mo. avail. Immod.. coll WESTFIELD - 3 BR In 2 fam. all romodolod, noar train, no pots. $750 + utilities &.5 GOC WESTFIELD- 3rms., Close to trans., $895.+ Ultils., n/s ,. yard, $400 Burgdorff ERA S Weitfiold & Cranford, beautiful BR apt. starting at $ OO04or " WESTFIELD- downtown, 2nd fir, 5rmi, 3 BR EIK. oonv pkftfy rcnovdod, $69&ina Aval now 008^ as* WESTFIELD Great apt., 4 rms., BR, l".fir., w/d, rofrljj. self cleaning oven, prkg., n/s, no pots, $050 + utils Wettflald Spacious lbr, h.w. floors, dr, ca, w/d hookup, walk to train, UNION-. 2br,2"-fl,, 2 family,.updated kitchen.off-.streot parking," no pots, no avail. Iminod. $250/mo smoking Unioiv 5 Luxury Rms, Dr/Lr, WESTFIELD GARDENS - WYCHWOOD Completely Modem Kit, full Bath, Roa- Furn., lbr, " fir., ht/hw,, sonablo price $450mo pool, avail.. 0/0 fsec Immod occupant 90868G4433 $50p/mo X ^)909 Coraraercfal Prpnertv HEIGHTS DOWNTOWN Retail / Offlco 3 units avail. 700, 350 & 250+/- sq. ft., 2nd dr., avail. Immod Call Landlord 908-5O7-69B0. CURK Raritan road. 2 largo offices plus rocoptlon drua, $000/mo,- utilities Included Cranford Pvt osjocutlvo offlco, share reception area, closo to GSP, lots parking. $360/ Bldg, approx sq. ft., avail. Immod Houses for Rent 430 BUY HUD HOMEIII Buy for $4,900 For listing -80O-743-8OG X B36 CLARK, Ranch, 3BR, fin. bsmt, nlco uroa, $700. VJ mo. soc, <l- 6533or9O8-2O Cranford Duplox 3 bdr,.5 ba, W/D,AC, Full Collar,LR,DR.NO pots... Avail, /0! AKeif 5pm MILFORO Charming Farmhouse on trout stream t T y d, ffplc In DR, Pets allowed Must See $5OOmo SUMMIT- 2 family house, newly renovated, 2BR + office? Lig finished attic, l/ba, bsmt. 3 season porch, quiet 6treets, park- Ing, no smoking, $200/mo Westfleld-.V.. Duplex. Hrdtvd firs throughout. LR W/frpIc, Formal. DR, EIK. 3BR, new T fir bath, fenced patio area, car ZU $50Omo avail 9/5 Burgdorff Realtors x0 room.excellent neighborhood, $6OO/mo. Incl., all utilities In Union after 6pm. CRANFOR&HoUse to share. 2 rooms, nonsmoking (men only) Call B00B5 46B FANW00D Border. - Lg. room, Coble TV hookup,. share kltch/ba, $5/wk. sec. reqd MOUNTAINSIDE - priv. ent, BA BR, cablo,yd/dk, $600/ mo,, util. ind., Sec. 908* SUMMIT.! Largo bedroom, loundny rm, Walk to NYC trains In town. $700 Incl. Utlls SUMMIT - nlco BR k*o fam housa ajd. 2/5 $37 + Oliti SUMMIT Room for rent- $25perwoe(< Call &0522 Towntiouses/CDBdos CLINTON/ GLEN GARDNER updatodi gorgeous condo In boautlfuf Huntordon.Cty. -I3R, now appliances, carpet, paint & tilo. Dont miss. Only $lo5o/mo! SCOTCH PLAINS-Sbuthwyck 3 BR, 2VJ BA attached gar.. $2400/mo. Burgdorff ERA townhouse. steps from shopping, restaurants, Midtown Direct, 5BR, 2.5BA, W/D, front porcn, parkjng, Avail early Sept $29O0/mo. Call Waated To Real 485 ROSELLE PARK apt/house needed as soon possible for family with dog. Call ibttqies 5D0 Antiqueliving Room Set- 3 seat sofa, 2 chairs, well upholstorod w/down filled cushions, leather-topped drum table. Also, Queen Ann stylo desk. Call (or prices O380 CLOSING.THE DOORS SALE PARSE HOUSE ANTIQUES 833 FRONT STREET STAGE HOUSE VILLAGE SCOTCH PLAINS SOSi Off Everything Tues.-Sun., -5 Doors Lock Oct., 2004 TIFFANY HANGING LAMP w/long swag, 5" x 20" dia., tan w/oiango tulips, green leaves, exc. cond, 2 5 & $ ^045 Eqnlanent 520 DOOR new Sturtovant solid panol, 32x80 w/2 pt locking set, $250. Call 908^ Collectibles 535 Phllco TV Console W/AM- FM radio & phono., c. 949 all original equipment double-door Gompoters & Electronic Cqulpraeot 537 A NEW COMPUTER - BUT NO CASH? Youro AP- PROVED- Guamnteodl* NO CREDIT CHECK Dad Crodlt-Bnnkruptcy OK A-9P EST - Mon-Frl.*Chocklng Account Roquirod. COMPUTER-GATEWAY Hat scrbonod, lyr. old, $ ?.. BAHTHrSFARMftOARDEN Country coffee table w/storage $75 Custom H Jmtnri5M ANTIQUE MAHOGANY 8 pc. DINING ROOM SET. Must sell, $,000.,-. 90* ANTIQUE USED FURNITURE Complete Ethan Aden pining Room Set, Good Cond, TV Cabinet/hutch to match & Other Items BASSETT 3 DWR HUTCH TOP YOUTH DESK w/chair. Good condition. $250/obo Can BED Queen plllbw top mattress set Name brand, new. with warranty, sell $50. Can deller BED Quoon Sz 4 poster mowl bod. S DINING RM SET - Exquisite wrought Iron, thick glass BEDROOM SET ISWs, Heal top, 6 cushioned chairs boqrtttxknuw/rrtradesscr, 2 org. $8000, Selling for natstends, mist see, $2500 $850 Can DINING ROOM BUFFET BEDROOM SET - 7 pc. (new, never used) Light Cherry sleigh.bed, chest. dresser 4 mirror & night- Oak finish, beveled-glass. $ stand. t> ew In box*value $2500. Sell $ Bedroom Sat. Girls, 9 Pcs.,. Antique, white, w/doral accent. Ext." cond., $300. obo, BEDROOM SET Lexington,. antique white, double dresser, desk w/hutch,. nlghtstand, vanity, high..drossec hutch & chost. $ Bookcases, solid wood, Dining Rm Hutch Bod-, room set & m sc. Itoms Call Linda BHSET- Antique mah. 2.dress ers, w/mlrror,.full size, wooden bed frflmo + 3 bonus. PCS. $ wood cabinet In oxc. condition original BH SET -. Queen bod, owner drossor,. bureau & njcht. tablos.$50b.obo DR.SET bone lacquer w/mlrrol" top, chlnn, buffet 6 chairs SlOOO.obo CLUB CHAIRS 2 Beautiful custom built,, turquolso bouquet. Good cond. Best offers takos both Couch and solid wood Coffee Table $50for both. Willing to split CRIB SET from. Crib City.. Good cond. Incl. changing table & gliding chair 90S she^es $50 New Casablanca celling fan $00. All exc cond DESK - Fr ProV. style. Expensive, gently used, medium brown, leather inset. W95 908«53-i74T DINETTE SET Solid oak. white wash finish, 60 oval pedestal table + 8" leaf, 6 chairs. Exc. cond. $700/obo 90& DINING. RM SET Broyhill Fontana. French Country rectangular tbl., 2 leafs, 4 slde/2 amn chairs, all tbl pads & glass tbl. protector incl. w/malchlng hutch &. curto. Exc. Condi $ S89-5S73 Dining room by Burlington. House. Trestle tablo, wing back chairs.. China. closet, server. Highest quality. construction. S Dining Room Set- 4 pc solid wood, Hautfman. Koos, 8. chairs, banquet. slzo.tablo.exc cond. whlto set.inch beautiful lighted bfldgo china, table with mirror Inlay and pads Mirrored ontortnln. console. with hidden TV/bar, remote operatod. Call DINING ROOM.SET - < >C glass. mirror wall unit w/uiblo & chairs &, 2 glass tables. $ rl DINING ROOM SET 9 pea..traditional, pecan, w/ pads, oxc. cond., $ Dining Room Set Oval. bandod podostal table.,w/2 loavos pads, 6 chairs, buffot, hutch, groat storage nlco cond, $2000.,obO DINING ROOM SET - TABLE. 6 CHAIRS & HUTCH. $ M02 Dining Tablo 7ft., solid plno hand made. 37ln..wldo oxcl cond. $ ^ Dining room table- Beautiful golden pine, round. 2 Lwes^pehtJo-B3-0mr w/ 6 splndle-back chairs. 3 white wood radiator covers 47", " long. Potter) Bam white corner computer desk. All best offer, must sell TRIPLE ORESSER w/tri-fold mirror, walnut, very gd. cond.. $25. Call DREXEL HERITAGE DR It crotch mahog. breaktront. double pedestal table, 4 side. 2 armchairs & table pads Incl. brig. $25,000, asking $8,500 nog, DR SET- Antique French Oak Inlaid-w/sldo board & 6. chairs. $3500. Ex. cond, O052 DR SET - BIK. lacquer, tablu. w/leaf 4 4 ctairs China cab., mirrored back & fchtod top, $500. Call OQ68 DR SET - Traditional, oak.pecan,, hutch, (arm tablo w/4 chairs, groat cond.. $950. days O6259 after Entertalnmont C6ntor/Wall Unit- Oak Perfect Cond., 4pcs, will fit all your video equip ESTATE SALE- Pocah wood bedroom set by Thomasvllle. Excellent condition.. Originally $6500. consist, of two oxlra long chromatic twin beds «/ headboafds, 2 night stands, armolto, dressor w/ mirror & chair/ Only aawng $500. Also liavo comforters, curtiilns, new shoots & plctiiros (floral sebnos) lifter 5PM. FORMAL KITCHEN SET, 6 chairs, newly upholstorod. black.$ &0049 For Sale- (2) Pottery Bain Dross ers, Childrens, Dresser, Itov Twin Box Spring, New Queen Futon Matlross, And OIIBI Itoms not listed. Ctill GREY PEDESTAL SINK w/faucot,. $00 obo Call IMPORTED ANTIQUE MAIIOG. ARMOIRE - Interior light/ homi/irig bar & sholvos, $50O/obo King sliod hoadboard. solid brass, $50.S LR SET queen sloepor, with lovo seat, 3 nios old, OM $2900.will soil $200/ obo. Steve ~M SULLIVAN CHEVROLET MATTRESS SET - Full size Ortho plush, new In plastic ^WlULwJ?l!a»ty MOVING lg freezer, Dining mi, 3 bedim sets, sofas, washer, recliner Etc.l All half price! 9O»«89-6SS MOVING SALE 3 Pc. Taupo Wall Unit 2yrs. old. $825 Henredon- Q.,Sz. BR.Sot. multiple pcs., $800 Amana Stainless Steel, Bottom Freezer/Refrig.. 2 yrs. old, $ s.Maytag Wringer Washer, Best Of fer.pfcase call 84»203-3S6 MOVING SALE - Sofa Bed, Dinette Set & Buffet,-Cdffeo Table,.-.Pictures, Lamps, etc OFFICE FURNITURE Telemarketing Dusks, Framed, Artwork, office desks & chrs., computor Uibles & Jewelers safe. Call Rose September 6,2004 PIANO- exc. cond., well cared for, AltenburK piano or 90*370*46 Queen size Castro convertible, Excellent Cond SOFA BED W/ LOVESEAT,.Almost new. yellow w/ blue floral prinl$ SOFA camel back, floral print, 88",. queen arm legs, exc.cond. $ ^30. SOFA. Horuedon, Llko Newl 74lnch. traditional print. $500. Call &0889 SOFA neutral colored, 82" L In gd, condi, $ SWING SET, Gra>co $25. BR set $50, Runmtosome financial seas? Sell no no-longer used items around the house for cash!. ^classified the first place to look for everything "CIJJ ff««^* ***Y**y m *& f*,^*>h FinancingAvailable* September6,2004 Automotiv^Classified Jaguar PRNewswiro - Jaguar North America has announced that its best-selling, all-wheel-drive X-. TYPE premium compact range leaps into the 2005 model year equipped to appeal to a wider range of customers with three new introductions -the Sportwagon, Sport and VDP Edition. For the first time, Jaguar North America will offer a wagon version of the X-TYPE - the 3.0 Sportwagon. jdesigned for buyers with an active lifestyle and a need for versatility, the new Sportwagon offers, enhanced functionality without compromising Jaguar style and driving dynamics. The X-TYPE Sportwagon employs a distinctive new body style as well as large cargo capacity and a long list of standard features. The Sportwagon comes with Jaguars refined and powerful 3.0-liter 227bhp V6 engine, all-wheel drive and a 5-speed automatic transmission for an MSRP of $36,995. For those that prefer the sedan body style yet crave sporty performance and athletic looks, the 2G05 X-TYPE Sport is the ideal match. The 3.0-liter Sport features a more aggressive and contemporary design for 2005 to match its performance-oriented features, including sport-tuned suspension, new deeper front spoiler and rear bumper plus sleek side sill extensions. Inside, the available options of a racy carbon fibre fascia trim can be specified as well as contemporary Alcantara seat fabric. These visual enhancements give the X- TYPE 3.0 Sport extra curb appeal and, priced at $37,945, _ the 3.0 Sport is just $2,950 more the standard 3.0 X-TYPE sedan. The third new X-TYPE model added to the 2005 range is the VDP Edition. A response to customer requests for more luxury, features in their X-TYPEs, the VDP joins the range at a price of just $3,750 more than the 3.0 X- TYPE sedan - $38,745 Some of the standard features in the VDP include a. premium sound sys-. tern, dual stage heated front seats rain-sensing windshield wipers, a rich burl walnut veneer interior trim and more.. Detailed standard features and pricing for all five versions of the 2005 Jaguar X-TYPE premium compact sedan follow X-TYPE 2.5 -, $30,995 Standard Features Traction"4(TM) all-wheel drive 2,5-liter, 92bhp (SAE) AJ- V 6... /..... Five-speed manual transmission.--,. Variable ratio steering 6-inch by 6,5-indi sevenspoke cast alloy wheels with allseason tires... Anti-lock brakes with Electronic Brake Distribution Side curtain airbags Leather seating surfaces Bronze Sapele wood veneer Automatic climate control -^ Six-speaker, 20-watt AM/FM audio system with single in-dash CD player Power door locks power heated side mirrors power windows with one touch up/down Eight-way power drivers seat Leather trimmed steering wheel with integrated audio and cruise controls Front sliding armrest Rear center armrest with cup holders X-TYPE 3,0 - $34,995 Standard Features (in addition to 2.S) 3,0-liter, 227bhp(SAE) AJ-V6 Five-speed automatic transmission 2005 X-TYPE model lineup PHOTO COURTESY OF PRNEVVSFOTO The new 2005 Jaguar 3.0 liter Sportswagon is the latest addition to the X-TYPE line. The new Jaguar begins at $36, inch by 7-inch alloy wheels with all season tires One touch power tilt/slide moon roof Split/fold rear seat Auto-headlamps. Wood and leather steering wheel Bronze Sapele wood interior on gear surround Electrochromatic interior mirror X-TYPE 3.0 SPORT - $37,945 Standard Features (in addition to 3.0) 8-inch x 7.5-inch alloy wheels with Pirelli PZero performance tires Deep front spoiler and new rear bumper sections Black upper mesh grille and lower black infill mesh grille Lower side sill extensions Sport-turied suspension Five-speed manual transmission as a no-cost option Sports seats with perforated leather center sections Full leather steering wheel Trunk lid spoiler Dynamic Stability Control with Emergency Brake Assist Optional carbon fiber trim on fascia and gear surround (if equipped with automatic transmission) with Sporty Alcantara seating surfaces and door panels X-TYPE 3.0 SPORTWAGON - $36,995 Standard Features (in addition to 3.0) 7-inch x 7-inch wheels with all season tires Tailgate with independently opening rear window Four spring-loaded D-ring luggage tie-downs in rear load area Silver roof rails fitted for adjustable carrying systems Luggage cover Cargo compartment net Hidden storage compartment with 2-volt power supply and detachable side storage doors X-TYPE 3.0 VDP EDITION - $38,745 Standard Features (in addition to 3.0) 7-inch x 7 0-spoke wheels with all season tires Chrome door minor caps Memory function on drivers seat and door mirrors Rain sensing wipers 320-watt Alpine Premium sound system with 0 speakers, in-dash CD player Burl walnut veneer trim Leather seats with color-contrasting piping Heated front seats Eight-way front driver and passenger seats Two-way power lumbar support on both front seats Programmable garage door opener Message Center and Trip Computer Rear Tread Plates Optional Premium Package available on 3.0 includes Eight-way front driver and passenger seats Two-way power lumbar support on both front scats Rain-sensing windshield wipers "* Message center and trip computer Programmable garage door opener Memory function on drivers seat and door mirrors * * BECAUSE SUUIVAN CHEVROLET CONTINUES TO ATTAIN THEIR OBJECTIVE WE HAVE ADDITIONAl COUPONS TO SAVE YOU MONEY!!! 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OnStir ml,vin II2043H. 200 Saab 9-3 Hatchback J l 7,995 5 dr.-t cyltiirbo.5 (pel man traftt, pwr itr/abs/inlirt/wintl/lciu/inodiifi, alr,am/ih itorco-ca«.cd, tilt.crulto,hid tem.dual frontalrluijt,ildo alrb^t.auto ti«d light wqijiqn, allo/i, On^Dr. 30.B IS ml.vln H2035 S Saab 9-3 SE Hatchback ,995 S dr, 4 cyl Turbo, auionmic tnrnmljsm, pwr itr/ads/mirri/wliid/ Iciti/roobnrf/diwl tcan witli driveri memory, clim.no cncrl fipatlnp & air, AM/FM storeo, CD, tilt, crulio. hid jcjti, dual front air Ink ildo airb.ii>t, amo head llfht washers, li" alloyi, OnSar, ml.vin Ml2(M Saab 9-3 SE Hatchback. $ 9,995 S dr, ( cylturbo.amo trant,pwr itr/abs/inirrvwind/lcki/nioonrf,chimlo cntri hoatinp-& air,am/fm ticrco, CD. tlt, cruiso. lud ic.iu, dull front altb.isi. tidd airbus. «to lie.id lipht waihan, i\\op, OnS«r, I ml.vin ^ \. 200 Saab 9* Sedan...J20 f cylturbo.5 spd nun tranf, tliul tomn dim ciitr) lnutin & alr.pwr itn wind/kki,an/fm Horoo-caii, CDriilt, cruiio, titd teact.dual front &.._ a rbi t.auto head light watheri.allop.onsur. 36.M- ml.vin HI30I Saab 9-5 Sedan. $ 2,795 4 cvl Turbo, auto tram, dual temp dim cntri Hcatliif & air, pwr itr/abs/mlrfi/winil/lclii.amyfmiwreo-aii.cd,tilt, cruiic.tiidieili,dull frolic a ii4«iirb^i.auio head light wathc.ri.jlloyi,onsur, nil.vln»u(hm Saab9-S SE Wagon J 2l,995 y6 Turbo, auto trans, dual ramp dim cntri hoatinu fl air, pwr iir/aqs/mirrt/wind/lcltt/teati \vlth Jrivert rnoniory/moonrf.an/fm itcrco-cau.cd, tlit. crulto,litd tcati,dlul from & ildo alrbapt.auto head lililit wathort, alloys, OnSpr, 36,765 mi, VIN ( Saab 9-5 SE Sedan.*22,995 I cyl Turbo, aulo trqni.pwr itrmbsjmirriavinuvlcki.dtiil tompcliniaio cntri heating & air,ah/fm ttor«o-ckt,cd,tllt,cruli0.btd iojti.dw) front alibjei, ildo alrliajti.uijio bead tight, withori, OnSur, 2,9,576 mi.vln»t3oii74i Saab 9-5 Linear Sedan..,...,.,. s 22,995 4 cylturboijtuto trans,pwr itr/aewinlrrjaviad/lcki.dual temp cliimta cntri hwtinij & alr.am/fh inlnjo-cni,cdllilt,cfiiltu.lud i*ati,dml from alrbagi,, iltl* alrb-igi, auto bead li^ht waihen. 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SIOOO GMAO H^^B NEW 2004 CHEVROLET VENTURE NEW 2003 CHEVROLET SILVERADO EXT CAB, PICK UP BUY29308u!o, 8 cv l. (Vsltflra ADS, a\ corn), i rie cntri, CD, IXJ?C0 Sews MbHH 36.I.U Vm«3Z?39iO2. StM234Q56, GM CERTIFIED 28 POINT INSPECTION SPECIAL FINANCING AVAILABLE... CAVALIER CHEWSLBLAZERLT.,cm^ CAVALIER,,cmm, \MmUK c ^ [MPALA a ^ IMPALA,. -.. C«tl««I.Auli!Mtlcl4cyl,p/tt8«lna. y, pt«ng... AuMcdiingtaptoedrup/brakiM, Auto, 6 cylaiglrn, gr, pweoring, g, pkss, p/brakss, AutotrarMcyl,p/stMrlnftSbj,p/WWii,. erng,gbs,pmaii,at Auto trans, tns,66 cyl eng, p/»teorina, Auto trans, 6 cyl, p/steerlng, «bj, air. Autc^6cvi,pMoerincLcdb>i.tilrcon(t Auto, 6 cyl, pit, abs, air, p/w. p/b, air c,ond. dual airbagi CD playor, air cona, p/w, pal, alrbaai. ksyloss I,ciulM,sunroof, aba,aircond, air p/l, p/w,.alrbaas,... cond, airbags. p/w, pdl, p/m, till, p/locks. p/w, p/mlm, tint, cruise, pdl, alrbugs, tilt, crulao, tint. spoiler. ilr 39, ml. l Vl# Vin* » entry. t 32/ 32430,430 miles, Vlnii2i4MS. Vlii24MS. 23,555. Vlr\ll aulse. 6,25 mll8a.vinl398l603. till.,520 Vlnl ,222 miles. Vln» it STAR CERTIFIED USED CARS! SULLIVAN SALE HOURS MON thru FRIDAY 9AM-9PM SATURDAY 9AM-5PM CHEVROLET Serving New Jersey For over 45 Vtars! Prices Include all costs to. be paid by the consumer except fpr licensing, registration and taxes. Prices available on in-stock units only 0% financing on select new vehicles In stock, toquai buyere, must have primary lender approval, In lieu of rebates. Option avail with approved credi^^^ combined with any other offer Not responsible for typographical errors. All offers & rebates subject to change without notice. All offers expire 72 hours after date of publication. ~j> 0 WEST WESTFIELD AVE. 39 ROUTE 28, ROSELLE PARK Si, i IABI.A I\SPANOL VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT Saab 9-3 SE Convertible *25,995 4 cylturbo/5»p(l nun traiw.pwmr/abs/inlrrt/wljid/ltwfl w*/ front seat, air.am/fm tiariio-cii),cd,tilt,cnjui),ht(j icju.duil front alrluti.udd aiibjtt, auto bead ll^ht waihan..alloy», QnStar, 33,743 ml,v rt/>l7006sr Saab 9-3 SE Convertible... J25,995 A cyl Turbo, jutcwimic tnjninililion.pwr itr/a&svmlrn/wliidiclit/ll way, front tun with driver* melfiory, dim c»tr hoailntf & slr.am/fm Mmo, CD, tilt, crulie, huedd ^Jtt, dual front air ban, jkle alrtwij!. auto \it>nl ll^hi-waiihori, alloyi, OiiStar, 49,333 oil, VIN fl7oo3ib Sadb 9-3 SE C0hVertible».J26 ) tylttirlxxauto trant, [>wr itr/arsvinlrri/wind/kki/fl way front ieit.sk AM/IH itdr^o-catlcd, tilt, cruiio. hid sditi, dull front alrbsgi, aliblii.aiuo Ituud I^Ui vvjilton, jlloytoasur inl,vin#l7a i 200 Saab?-3 SE Convertible.26,995 i cyl Turbo, S ipd mill trim, pwr urm!)sjnllrrtmi»l/lcl<t,]lr,amfrm Uereo-caii, CD, tilt, crulto. l,(d loan, dtul front iith\p. lido tji l^vi, atito hold hilit wailnr.. alloy.. OnSur I,.I, VIN IllloU-iil 200 Saab 9-3 ViggenCohVertlble..., l...29,995 J J0HM cyl tin bo. 5 lujjiun mm pwf tulmili«\mhimlclal» vu/ rront ibjtt with driver nitimorv, clljiuld control lioilliiij & ilr.am/fm ktorvix CD. tilt, crulto, l,t,l iwu. dull h\u\t air U,«, kldd alrtavi, auto II«AII Hil.i wjil.jri, jlltiyi OnSur. IU.S2S ml, VIN WI70HS Saab 9-5 Afero Sedan... *3,995 J S D H P 4 c y l Y u t l - Way front loutl i Ivtiri Inamory, _,..--. diul temp tlumto (mi I i,«itl,w & j[ An/FH it«rti6-ciilxu lilt, crulie.litjibjti,dtul " fmnt - tirl ldaalrb.* auto hud l-jlt wailurl. 7 jlloyt, OnSur, ml. Welcome to the state of independence Rt, 22 East Springfield, NJ ^ I &r 8 Hoiin Mbn.-Thurs. 8 JO-8 j^ii Sai, 9-S fir,ancwup to,60rno. to. )l»l.bi.y.f..l P dwl.r for deias TOTALiy REDESIGNED 300HP ALL WHEEL DRIVE ORDER YOURS TODAY! 2003 C240 MERCEDES BENZ 4-dr, 6-cyl. agio trans AC, p/eloor/brakes. t/glass..sun rool crulso, l/whool, loallflnlor, AM/FM/ Sloroo/Cass, CD-Compact Disc Player, 6,34 ml, Vfo»3F37B232,Usl $33,095. An, $29, MDX ACURA SUV 6-cyl. aulo transmission, Alf Condillonlno. powor aloarl»g/bmkes. sun rool, crulso conlrol, loalhorlnwor, AM/FM/Sloroo/Casg, 2,604 nil, Vln K2H52550O.-,.. $30, PARK AVE.,BUICK4-door, 6-cyllnder englna, auto Imnsmlsslon, AC, p/sloering/brakes, tilt wheel, loattier [nlorior, cruiso control, light grouit. AM/fM/St«eo/CaSsetti), 8,266.ml,V(n#X WAS 59,995, LUXURY 2-DOOR COUPE IMMEDIATE DELIVERYI BLOW OUT! TL ACUFWTypa S 4-dpor, 6-cyl engine, auto transmission, AC, p/steerlng/brakes/ locks. leather Inlorior, cruise, rear defrost, AM/FM/Storo.o/Citssene, CD-Compact plso Player. 25,590 ml, Vln H3A Asking $27, PILOT HONDA 8 Pafis, *»-dr, (B-cyt, aulo trans, AC, (j/sleer/brks/locks, t/glass- console, cruise, t/glass, loath Inter, AM/FM/Stemo/ Cass, C[)-Comp Disc Player, 6,69) ml.,vln»3rt WAS $33,995. $27i344 20O3.2T. ACURA 4-dr, 6-cyl. engine, AC, p/slear/ brksmlndows, console, cruise control, loath Infer, AM/FM/Steroo/Cassette, CD- Compact Disc,Player. 32,797 ml, Vln 4A02977, $20,999 LUXURY 4-D00R SEDAN IMMEDIATE DELIVERYI»SEATS 7 265hp -MOON ROOF LUXURY LOADED!!! 2002ML320 MERCEDES BENZ SUV 6-cyllndorennine, auto Irans, AC, p/sleer/i)rakes,rr, dofrosf. lilt wheel, sun rool, cruise loalh Inter, CD-Compact Disc Player, 38,336 ml.vlnka V.V,. $27, MDX TOURING ACURA 7 Pass, 4-dr, 6-cyl, aub trans, AC, p/aleer/brakes/locks, crulss, moon rool rool rack,.leath Inter, AM/FM/Steteo/Cass,4,763 ml, Vln»H WAS $3,995. 0TOCH00SE FROM! $26,777 WE PUTTHEFyN y BAGK IN CAR BUYING! Call Mr. Phil for Pri&Quotes, Credit Approval & Inventory Selection... Rt 22 E SPRINGFIELD,MJ We Speak English, Spanish Ru$sian, Portuguese, Hebrew, Arabic & other languages. s Prices exclude taxes,-reg. & lie. fees. This ad is a fcoupon aad musj be"presented at time pf deposit & within 3 days of this ads date.to qualify for ad prices & offers AliCBEDCTAPPSACCEPTm I 0 AVAILABLE! Call Mr. Jatt TOLL FREE 877^ "ROVER "WoodbHdae to New 2004 Range Rover Lease For VIN #4A78477, Stk #240933,8 cyl, auto, a/c, p/s/abs/winds/lks/mirrs, am/fm si/cd, tilt,- cruise, sun roof, dual air bags, leather int alloy whls,.... alarm security system. MSRP $74,250.. LAND 885 Route &.9 Soulh, Woodbrid^e Convenienrfy Locafed at the intersection. from Garden State Parkway & N.J, turnpike v. - y "., S A l S > H O U R S.... \.. Mon.-Thurs. 900dm-8p0pm Fri.?00am-<500pm Sat. 9QQam-500pm SERVICE HOURS Mon.-Fri. 800qm-600pm.Sai. 800dm-500pm Per Mo,. 24. mos., Price includes all cost to be paid for by a consumer except for tax and MV fees. 24 month loose Include 0,000 miles per year w/20 cents per mile thereafter. Lessee responsible for excess wear, tear & maintenance, lease payment to qualified buyers Down bymnt/ist mo/set dep/bonk fee/due Inept 04 Range Rover $4909./$849/ i?s0/$49,s/$703. l plus lax & MV fees. Total pymnts/total cost/residual $20,376/ $26,630. l/,$5l y A $0,000 on Dlswyery tompa^, ny vehicles & $5000 on Freelander compdny vehicles In stock -see dealer for details. Must present ad as coup for.a..a.j...i- Pictures are k Wustrdtion purposes dn^.jqffbr,e^plfi^ 7tfoys ^r.^ublicahdn,-^ ^. ^-^^?

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Peg Perego Venezla. like new $00/obo TDS UNIVERSAL QVM- good cond. Value $3500. asking $ TJ4 TREADMILL FOR SALE PRO-FORM 775 EKQ, Llko now, power Incline, tracks calories, heart rate, 6 preprogrammed workouts. lfit.com compatible, space saver model, 3 lfit.com cds & video Included. Asking $650. Plsass contact Tracy 908^ or TREK Blcyclo only 00ml. ridden, rd/wt/bl.56cm$ Typewriter, electric. Canon.AP300. w/ribbons hardly used $50 (Value $500) / WALKER, 2 conos, & tollqt. alum., unused, $99. Call 9Oa Wnshor & Dryer $00 each Washing Machine - Whirlpool,, super capacity plus, white. works groat, $2O0.0bo 908-9&086 Whirlpool W/D extra largo.capacity, us ls-.220v, oloc dryor, godd cond., $50 for pair ob Lawa&GardeB 58 LAWN TRACTOR- Husqvama 2003, nearly now,.,42" CLARK Mudison Hill, Rd. Sat,9/8 9am-3prr)i Furnlturo, toys & clothing.. deck, mulch or bag, Kawasaki engine, Must sell $000/obo. 973SJ4-664 HicHII6m> TflOlS 584 SERVICE STATION EQUIP.- MIsC. Too. much, to list. Musical lostruraents. - S B s. -,, - ACOUSTIC GUITAR, 78 Gurlan S3M wlthflshmon pick up ahard shell caso oxc. cond, $ Baldwin Grand Model Rl, 5ft Bin, Traditional walnut, oxcollontcond. Just tunod & evaluated ". oxcollont" by member of PT Guild. Original owner. Asking $6,000 90S BLACK SATIN BALDWIN GRAND PIANO - 6 3",. 982, , perfect cond., $3,000/6bo S68 Granford Chronicle September 6,2004 nticiilistnnnts PIANO Knabs console w/bench, beautiful cherrywood finish, exc. cond., $ PIANO Upright Winter Royale, good condition. $700 90&S STUDIO UPRIGHT PIANO Beautiful mahogany finish with matching bench, perfect for the beginning student $ C& TRUMPET- BACH TR300- Exc. cond. Hard caso plus extras. $ SOOrtiflB 6O9dS 586 BODY SMITH INCLINE BENCH - Bar, w/wolghl5.. ab roller, & punching bag. $ M793 TENNIS RACQUET Head TltanlumNTIS-5. never used. $00. cash. only. Coll ".. igaragq ayarti Sales PROSPECT PLACE SPRINGFIELD 9/7 & 8 Rain data 9/23 & 9/24 9am-3pm. Coniasee italll. 345 EAST LINCOLN AVE ROSELLEPARK 9/8 9AM-3PM Many HH Items, kltchenwarfl and electronics DEWEY STREET UNION 9/8 9am-7 Antiques, washof, dryer, gun cabinet otc, Rain dato 9/25 Chatham Twp.- Fil 9/7 Sat 9/8 84 R/D following wknd 463 Rlvor Rd. Moving Cvorsoos Evoryt))lng Must GO Children Items. Cribs, Strollors, basslnot, Ray yard. Toys & Clothes, Sat 9/8 9AIVWPM, 406 Otlsco Drive, Wostfiold CLARK 62 Stanton St., Clark, NJ, 9/8,9, 9AM-5PM,Roclfnor, Gloss Cublnot, Ex- erclso oqulpmont, HH. goods. Rain Dato, 9/25,26 Clorlc 9/8, 8AM-3PM, Raindotd 9/9, 43 Allco Lnno, Clothing, Furnlturo, HH itoms, otc. CLARK 999 Lako Avo., Sat., 9/8, 9^. Jukobdx, baby carriage accordloh, golf shirts St morol CLARK Frl., 9/7, 0-5. Rain Dato, 9/24. Now llngorio & HH Itoms. 45 Coldovln Rd. CURK HUGE GARAGE SALE 5 Roborts Rd., Sun., 9/9, 8 am., childrons clolhos, toys, tools, HH, like now CLARK MULTI FAMILY - 7 Kathryn St., Sat., 9/8, 9-4. Mo Early Birdsl Too Much to Montionl MULTI FAMILY Oaik- Sat 9/m Sun 9/9 R/D 9/ A 57 FtiHonSL (off Valley Rd.) CRANFORD -6 Greaves PI. (off W. Holly) Silt., 9/8 9anv3pm, RD 9/9 HH, toys.& many misc. Items. -. Nboarly birdsl ioftflrversiioe IX.J, SaLg/lff, _ 28 Indian Trail. SaL 9AM-PM, Rirtial contents 9/8 0 to 3. Butcher new/like new clothes, of houses. block table & chairs pocketbook, shoes, w/hutch, mahogany ball & sfn.szs..misc. items. claw foot 3 tier table, butlers table, faux bamboo off Morris. Ave. Sat, UNION 979 Subyrtttn Rd., BR, numerous ceramics CRAWDRD - 33 Burnslde Me,, Sat, 9/8, &3. by Royal Copenhagen. Something for Everybody. Doulton, Worcester, CRANFORD- Frl.& Sat 9/7 Beswick, Wain, etc, Edlrv & Toys, clothes, borough decanter & Mi, Ig. wooden swing set glasses,. oil painting 97 Stoughton Ave. CRANFORD HUGE GARAGE SALE. Sat. 9/ Springfield Ave. No Early Birdsl CRANFORD Sat. 9/8. 9 to 4. Little Tykes, boys clothes sz.2-6, toys, sports. HH Items. 44 Princeton Road. 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Something for ovoryonol 7 Commonwealth Rood, KENILWORTH Sat & SUN 9/8 &. 9 94, Baby Items, kids clothos H.H. tools-, 582 Richfiold Avo. off. Michigan Avo, LINDEN 23 Springfield Rd. Sat. 9/8, 8am-4pni Forgotten. Frlohds- all procoeds bonoflt homaloss anlniols.. Something for dveryonol H.H. goods, clothos, otc. Moving/Garage Sale 9/8 9/9 9arrv4 326 Htuel Avo. Ganvoodfoff center st.) Furnlturo,.. toys, clothos, books, vcrtapos, + morol New Providence 422 Springfield Avo. SHARING Vj prlco.salp!snt9/8,9-4. Books, jittlc treasures, thrift clothing. Rosefe Park Rl, 9/7 & 9/ia 8AM4PM,,,t64 West Granl A v e. -.." " signed Caroll Jones. 20+ pairs new shoes, 9W. New clothes sizes IX, 2X.-3X. Cases of cat food. New air purifier, andirons & tool set, etc.. NEW PROVIDENCE - 4 Spring Floral Dr., (Central to Spring to Spring Floral). Frl. & Sat, 9/7 & 9/8, 9-2. HH items, Baby, Seasonal, Clothes & Teaching Supplies..,-. NEW PROVIDENCE Sat. & SUn,, 9/8 & 9/9, 9 to 3. 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Specials dob wxt< ic * nm39e9.ri»cst00s4a3643 Poww Wash, Painting, decks reseated & palntod.cloaiv- Ups, attics, basements, garages or ask (or Mario Hoitlaprotenents A-l quality Home Improvement Finished Basements Kitchens / Bath remodeling Call Many A BATHROOM TILE REPAIR SPECIALIST " Grouting" Caulking" Small Job*, Rich ALLHOMEIMPROVEMENTS Finished Basements Attics Bathrooms mrnbdoled. Free Esf. AvI *7354, basements, attics, sheetrock. Joe. Doman 908/68S3824 C.& CARPENTRY LUC Vfttivs- Dpore- Qaaffs Decks CaU WELLS HOME IMPS. All types of carpentry work, bathrooms, Ms. Call ant IIIIM eimidg BEST CLEANING FOR LOW PRICE- Home & Office, fiefs avail. Lv message ^52 Do you need someone reliable? Good references. Experienced to clean your. home and office. - Call Andrea 90* FREEDOM FROM FILTH Resident /Comm. 25 yrs. exp. Estimates. Exo. refs, / HOUSE CLEANING llyrs. cxp. Good rates. Exc. refs., Aneta «837 HOUSECLEANING I wilr do the cloanlng & you sot the prlco. Exp.." tofa. & own car. 2dl-284-2l70 lones CLEANING - Exo. work, great Job history, Reasonable!. ratos, rols. avail. Call Hopsewashlng 025 ANGELOS POWERWASHING for.allyour homo noods.. Driveways, pools, bricks & moro. Dock waterproofing & stain restoration. 25 yrs. oxp.. Fully Insured &B345 MIKE^POWERWASMNQ Superior Quality Since. D90. C a l l. " S0&925O90 ikpowerwashing* Houses, Patios. Fencing, Decks, -Incl, deck staining ".4 sealing w Care ilandscadln AAA- Clean Ups & Lawn maintenance Reasonable, Dlscoimid Apply ABSOLUTE BEST Thatching,. soodlng, aoratlon, lawn cutting, fall cloanups. Froo estimates Bushos & Shrubs Trlmmod Gutters Cloanod Call Rich FS LANDSCAPING Lawn mulnt., cleanups,. fortlllzor& pestlcldo application. Mulch, sod,.. gravel, stono 4 design. Call apr J Financing. Uquitliid po60mos. 50 Available 50 Available H *De»lfin & Construction Complete Maintenance Patio Walk Driveway Drainage Excavating Grading Lighting Retaining Walls. Tree WorkS Stump.-. Fully Insured., NEW CREATIONS* Design & Maintenance lanns $25.03 & Up O.S.M. Landscaping, lite Demo, Leaf Ctoan-up & Any Yard Worfe For Less, Free est Cordlllo Landscapes - Shurb Trimming,.& Planting, Walkways,. Patios, Water Gardens, Drainage systems, Weekly Maintenance Mulch 6 Moro Weokly Lawn Cnro Spring/Fall Cloanup Shrub Trimming/Planting Troo Romowl Lawn Ronova- Uon/lnstotlatlon. Landscape Doslgn Rotalnlnji Walls Concroto/Bilck Povor Potlos Walkways Fully Ins. Commorclal/Ros, VIso/MC Adcoptod Hasonn 065 STEPSSIDEWALKS BRICK & CONCRETE SPECIALIST- ALL TYPES OF REPAIRS MAP TRUCKING..- Trl-Statd, Area 22 yoars oxp..4 Insured. 90»54940 RITTENHOUSE MOVING Exp Mon Low Ratos 908/ PM0O2 05 Al PAINT/POWER WASH INT/EXT, ALUM, REFINSH DECKS/HOUSES WASHED. 9O Ai fflchantj Painting Experienced. Int./ext. Very reasonable. Free Est. Fully Iris. 24 hr. answering serv Al BITTER BROTHERS Painting & Wallpapering. Ins. freeest. 908/ ABSOLUTE BEST PAINTINQ&WALLPAPER Fain finishes.rock & plaster repair, neat quality work, 5 yrs. exp. Mark A&J PAINTING CO Int/Ext Powerwashlng Alum/Vinyl RetWshlng. ReOiRjIylns. 732^89077 DAVES PROFESSIONAL PAINT JOBS-lnl./C\t..l)os. Cemm.-Reasonable Rates or QARTS Home Improvement Painting Co. Free Estimates. Fully Insured, Reasonable,. 90& Interior painting - Neat work, Call Bill 90&377-O974 J&L HOME IMPROVEMENTS Pdntift Walpaper, Caperty Froo Est OLD GUY PAINTING. Noed Inforlorpalntlng7. Call tho Old Guy 908/ RICHS PAINTING. Interior, Wallpapering, Free Estimates. 908/ Plnleflng 08Q PLASTERING Shoot Rock Patching PH6IBB85 BERMAN PLUMBING & HEATING Repnks, Remodel^ Angelos Masonry Stops, patios,..waterproofing, Uo Call drainage work, 25 yrs. cxp &8345 MIKE OZERANSKY Repairs & Installations PAULS MASONRY* Rosld&ConrvYi.lns Plumb. UC N88-30 ROMEO PLUMBING & HEATING. Llconse 5270,. 90& ROYAL RUSH Sewer & drain cleaning Plumbing Services Uc# 2B M95S Stans PUnbi^a Heating Installatlbn, Repairs Uc # Sump Pump Repair - Lino cleaning,.installing now linos. Low prices Poolu Spas 090 SPA.Overstocked! Now 7-Porson Spa loadodl Includes covor, Oellvory & Warranty. $2,999, was $5, , $ 7749 HflflW filo Atlas swing and Roofing Window* and Doom. 7323KWM77 Fully Insured, Free estimates D & R ruchs CONST, CO. Roofing Siding Repl. Windows Fully Ins... Free Est. (908) SbMtTortilpieklloo DRYWAa CONSTRUCTION Specializing In small Jobs. - Call.,".. Spackllnfi & Int. Painting, Drywall/.PIaster Repairs. 8yr Exp Tree Services 55 CAFFREY TREE SERVICE Paining, Feeding, Removal, Spraying. Free Est. Iris. 90*88*6584 DONS TREE SERVICE Bast Prices* ifroo Eutlmates*. *Fu ly Insured* JULIANS Truo Sorvlco Nobody Boats our Low.Prlcos Froo Est. Fully Ins NEW CREATIONS TREE SERVICE-Best Prices Coll OO75. RICH LEY & CO. Tree Service Leave Your Tree Work to Us! q Chlps-Miilch-Sttimp Removal 00 All Terrain Crano Fully Insured.»Over5 Vre, Recreational Vehicles 98 SPORTSTER SPORT J 200 cc, 3,000 ml., black, (nlnt cond.. many extras. $8, Tom HONDA 2004 VTX 800 Crulsor, brand now, loss than 250 miles, orlg. $4,000 sacrifice $ obo 90* lift titanitm I 975 STAMAS, 24 foot - Good Condition. Twin 292 Motors Inboard/Putboart. Motors Rebuilt Reduced to $3,500 or Best Offer. Located Central NJ - Exit 8ANJ Turnpike. Call ^464.., JBMfe smuts 00Font Ranger P/U Beige, 6ki pw, pi, cd,a/c, at. 6cyl, $9500obo call o8 S500I POUCE IMPOUNDS! Hondas. Chevys. Jeeps, From $500. for listings call x 280 ACCURA 2.5 TL 98-75K, oxc. cond., new brakes, fully loaded, $ll,000/obo I3NEW ACCURA RL Green Perf.cond., 6K, Loaded/ $ Acura Integra LX 95-, 97k. \Wll wntalned, KCDdiana*, snrf, a/t $ AUDI 99 A6 Exc. corid,, fully loaded, dark greon w/loather, Interior, 50k ml,, $2,500. Calleyes Audi A4 97* -Turbo, black W/tan Ithr, auto, 89k, htd soats, now tires, quattrb oxcollont cond. asking. $6, BUICK87 tesabro V6, 3.8, 2 dr.,, rio damage, AC, PS, PB, lots of new parts, JUst Inspected, $500./BO Bulck Century 98-4DR, A/C, CC,Auto, 60k, Beige exel cond., garaged, $ BUICK PARK AVE 85-4 dr., Dodge Lancer 88, turbo, ml. $4, Mercedes, 45O4lo 973- blue w/ black top, A/C, 4dr,. 8k ml, A/C, HONDA ACCORD LX 88 Whlto w/ tan volour Into- Volkswagen Passat 95 6LXauto, fully loaded, new tires, auto, 84K, tires/bat, y/o. am/fm. $200 ps Is. $500, rlor, pwr. windows, doors, Velour Int. $ t 90& after 4pm,, sunroof, ac, automatic, $2900obO Honda Accord LX 96- Silver, Dodge Shadow ES ,000k, naar mint cond. pwr ovfirythlng,28k, VOLVO , White, BUICK SKYURK "97 - V6, 9K ml, power everything, $,000 90& now tlrfis, $4300 black leather Int., T)Wr Auto, 4dr, loaded, 69K, A/C, auto. $200/obo MERCEDES 99 E320 sunrf, heated seats, fully Ilko now, $3000 OBO Call M2&O869 Honda Civic 03- Cpo., Dluo, 4.matlc. Ukti now 98K, loaded, garage kopt, mint, DODGE STRATUS 00 -Pur Fully loaded, Pa, Pb, ABS, $i7,900.obo cond., 00k, Asking. &"ta AA t\/\rv nnni-4 0VH BUCK WAQON -87- FU six), nm CC, A/C, am/fm/cd, snfr, trans.,nuwbat, nowpaw, wai h b i J J O C 6pm BUCK WAQON «7- RJ ste, (IDA tans., now bat, now point, uai ctan. &.loaded $900 Gil nto 6pni YAMAHA VIRAGO CHEVY CAVAUEH 98- starts overydoy. $300 68K, i owner, $3500 OBO obo ^ Brand New CADILtAC 89 COUPE da VILLE 52k ml., new tires, runs good., needs dans,, $ «09385 CADILUC Eldorado84, owner, 90 yr old deceased 76,000 miles, garage kept $5900 settling estate. + furniture CADILLAC Fleewood Brougham 94, formal llmo. blue. 9OK, seats 5, TV, radio, extra snows, $ CADILLAC SEDAN DEVILLE 94- owner, excl. cond. white, 30k ml, $3900. Firm, Cadillac Seville 92-Lthr, CC. tilt, A/C, alarm, 75kml, garaged, $4995, CHRYSLER 92 LeBaron convertible, PS. PB, blue, new top $600, , CHRYSLER 99 Sebrtn white. 2 dr., exc cond., brand new tires, 47K ml., brand new CD. $6,000 obo after 4PM. CHRYSLER CONCORD 97- origlnal owner, new tires & brakes, 4dr., red,88k., $ CHRYSLER Concord 98 LXI, owner, ABS, Ithr, loaded, a2ltr,. dk. green, 73k, $ (»377-«59l Chrysler SebrlngJXI 96V Convert., 45k, good cond., fully loaded, $ CHRYSLER TOWN & COUN- TRY LXI 98 white w/tan Ithr., loaded, 67K.$9,000 OBO CHRYSLER TOWN & COUN- TRY VAN k ml., good cond., loaded, Ithr, rear AC. ABS. $4OOO/obo DODGE DURANGO SLT PLUS 2000, 6OK.PatriotBiua.Wtr.w/ wood grain, all Pwr. Ampn CBSS. CO New tires.$ Exc. Cond DODGE Grand Caravan.98 64K, fully loadod, oxc cond. Asking $9000. Call plo,53k MM A/C, all power. $5500/obo Call Ford Aerostar 93-95k, 7. pass, 6cyl, ps, pb, pw, prn.ee, Auto, A/C, $600obO FOrd Contour 2000 Silver, V6,Automatic, mint cond. 62k hwy. ml, loaded.. $4700 b/o. 908^ T FORO CONTOUR 98 4 dr. auto, all power, AC, exc cond. 94K ml. $290Q/obo Steve 732^ Fad Crown Vfo LX 0C- End. cond., 78kml, full 6pass. bench seating, xtro Irg truck. $800090* FORD 5k,auto,loaded,keyless enuy.,exc.cond.well malnt 5K,$20O.9O& F6rtE»eortZX2 98 5SPD Call between 5-9pm FORD EXPLORER 995-4wd, 87k, auto, ac, am/fm. cruise, $4400 obo FORD EXPLORER XLT k ml. 4x4. v6, 4DR, exc. cond., $ LEXUS LS Silver, FORD EXPLORER XLT 93 fully loaded, moon roof Green, 4 dr., 4 X A, etc. 80K $0,600 73^ $2700./OBO Call Marc $ Lincoln Towncar 90. very Ford Mustang Conv. 02% GT good. condition, power Grey w/black Ithr. 5spd, everything, asking $000. loaded, adult owned, obo. Call k, 4yr left on Ford extwarr. Lincoln Towncar 9.59K. $8,500 OBO 05-sticker, veiygood condl $800. Call Ford Taurus 92-6cyl,4DR> new trans/oil pan 95k, good cond. $200ob FORD T-BIRD 87, 6 cyl, 32K, auto, new brakes & distributor, great cond. $900/ FORD THUNDERBIRD LX 997-2dr, V8, auto, blue, PL, PW, A/C. ownor, lo5k Matda ldather Interior, New tiros, low ml- ml. $ TOYOTA CAMRY DX "90 4 FORD WINDSTAR 98 silver, 64K nil.,. ownor, tained. $6,400 OBO 908- lago, clean, well main- dr gd. cond., runs great Best offer ,30096 PW, PL, AC, $5,000 24S0S6 TOYOTA CAMRY LE *0663 Leather, 6 cyl, full power, gold, 68K, $6600 ft* HONDA 03 Accord EX 500^800 coupe, 4k ml.,. black w/black leather, stick, fully loodod, $9, Honda Accod EX 92 53k orlgn. owner, sunroof, excellent cond. $ i Honda Accool 92 Full custom, good condition, 7ln rims, new trans, exhaust, In tako, spoiler sys, clear Its, P/D, alarm, TV, C/D, 86k. A/T, koyloss entry, alloy whools. 8kriil, $4, HONDA Ex.cond.AC,cass.,Mlcholln tlros,59k ml. orlg owners $ &608<Sl53. Jeep Cherokee Larido, 995,38k, $3000. obo Rebates $ 800Q Overfly Vehicles Must Be Sold To Make Room For Incoming 2005 Fords. 4 dr 4 OL V6 5 pd aulo 00 trans, pwr slmg/brks/wlnd/tocks, AIR sux dim cllil 3rd row soat pkg, rl rack,vin#4ub83404, MSRP $ mo closed endlsaso w/0,b00 ml/yr20i Ihorealliir $28994 st pymhl duo al signiim Ttl Pymnls" = $ Ttl Cost = $ I I.3O7.6G. Purch. Opt ot loaso ond = $ 6 Bb4 Lcajo prlco intt $4500 rebale,$ 000 FMCC rebate il quil $400 coll grad rob* & $600 leaso ronowol robalo. Buy puce IncUBOOQ robalo,$io0q FMCC rebate ilqual",$750 leaso renewal rebate, ",$400.col!g[\d, reb i$745 Ford discounl 2004 Ford Explorer XLT 4x4 289Lease, SSNG "irand New 2004 Ford F50 XLT Styleside SuperCab 5.4LV8.4 sp. auto trans,pwr str/brk/wirid/locks/seat AIRAM/FM stereo CD, run brds, pwr slid rr wind, keyless entry, VIN #4NB5G495, MSRP $33, wo,closed en.d laaso w/0,500 trii/yr20d thereafter. $ 000 cusf cash duo at signing, Ttl Pymnts». $ 4,064, Ttl Cost = $5,064, Purch. Opt at lease ond = $ 7,289. Buy & Lease price, Incl, $3000. rebale,$ 500 FMCC rebate if qual& $300 Commbrclal Accts. Rebate jf qual. Buy price Incl. $750 Lease Renewal Rebate il qualf. & $4589 Wyman discount,. S3V6 293Lease 2376 HONDA HYBRH) EX K, Must. Sell, assume payments/obo Call HYUNDAI ACCENT GLS 200-4dr, silver, auto. A/C. PB. PL, CD, 53k ml, exc. car. still oh warranty. $590097M7»-22 ESCORT SE, 98- JAGUAR S TYPE 00- fully loaded, moon roof, sport wheels. British green, 56K $8, Jaguar XJ2996 excellent cond, rare model, runs strong, 79k ml, $3,500 90& LEXUS GS silver, black Ittier Int., loaded, chrome whls., tint windows, exc. cond,, 72K, warranty, $22, & MAZDA 2000 Protege ES Groat conditon, 4 dr., black, CD player, keyless entry, 58k. ml., $ MAZDA 626 LX 98-9.K, Ithr seats pwr wlnd./lcks, $4200 f rm MAZDA PROTEGE 92 $700/obo. 53,800 ml., 4 now tires, now starter MAZDA PROTEGE 92 A/C auto,50kml. $950 CaU MERCEDES BENZ 300D 9 dlosel w/how trans., as of 4/04. 90K, gd, cond., 2 owners, gold, 4 dr sodan, CIVIC LX 98- $ MERCEDES BENZ SL light Ivoiy on -palomino loalher, both hard and soft tops, all orig., perfect Cond. perfectly malnt 82K, $2i500. OBO Call MERCEDES BENZ ML WD, black, loathor, sunroof, heated pwr soats, 66K ml. $6,800/obo., ^)763 MERCURY.GRAND MARQUIS 87 4dr., good cdndtlon, 80K ml., $ call anytime. MERCURY QR, MARQ-99- blk, 4. dr. clean, all now parts, $i200/obo 90B MERCURY TRACER WAGON 93-4cyl., rocont brakes & tiros 00K, runs well, $900.obo NISSAN PATHFINDER SE 98- maroon, 94K, sprts pkg, mn/rf, Bose ster, $8,200, Nissan Sentra axe K, now tires, 4Cycl, tan, 4.DR, excollent running cond, loaded $3, OLDS. BRAVADA K oxc. cond., fully loaded, sunroof, $ OLDS Clera 90 89K, powor. oveiythlng, ACi auto, 6 cyl 4 tlr., $20O/obo. Cal 9C OLDS INTRIGUE 999- powo eveiythlng, loathor InL, 5k ml, original owner, AC, CD, $3500./bo, *2294 OLDSMOBILE CIERA 87- Exc. cond. Qeaf starter or 2nd car. Rillytoaded. Prlco negotiable. Call Plymouth Accalalm LE 90-6cyl, good cond., 93k, $500obo Plymouth Neon L, DOHC, Auto, 89k, a/c, good cond, runs excellent $ &6890 OOFlREBlRD-taal, 2dr.,exc.cond., 50Knr4.5 spd., asking $700Q/bo 90S after 5PM PonUac fmm 993 btack. exc cond., 63K.6 cyl., full pmt.,ork.palnt$6500 obo 95824&362-.-, PONTIAC FIREBIRD 85 63K orig. ml. $500. Obo Good for project or parts POND AC GRAND AH GT 93 86K mi, red w/grey Interior, 6 cylinder, auto, A/C, 2 y/o transmission. $2300/obO 90S SAAB S 900k ml.,. exc. cond., AT, white W/black Interior/all power. Including sunroof, $ V. SATURN SL2 2000, 60K, owner, exc cond. New tires &brakes Passed insp $5,995. 9C»68»4707 SATURN SL2 2000, 60K d owner, exc cond. New tires &brakes Passed Irtsp $5,995 90* , SUBARU IMPREZA >98»l2 door, black, sunroof, auto, 4 wheel dr., 03k-mites. MARQUIS 997- Palm $ B i^n vj Beach. Black/gr. leath. TOYOTA 4RUNNER 95 sltver, Auto, 38K, pw Int, 50k ml.. wetl malntd, $7,000 obo wind., pwr brakes, $7000 OBO AM TOYOTA CAMRY 89- ^<ir auto, 39K.gd. mech. cond., A/C, asking $ eves" TOYOTA COROLLA 8f - 5spd, sunroof, 35 rnpg, AC, 25K. $ &S569/ Toyota! Corolla 97-89k, new brakos, excl Cond., $ TOYOTA SIENNA XLE 2000.auto, loothor, p/door, 50K ml. now tiros, good cond. $5, VOLVO 960 St Wag98" 35K CD, A/c, orulso Ctrl, alrbags, pwln$ ,, 273O446 or ,. VOLVO Cross Gtry 200,, 4 wd, a/c, CD, htd. seats, pwr str/lks/wln. Leather Int, 55K, $26,000 ~ 97^879*397."". VOLVO XC SUV - Dark groon, mint cond., all. options, UK, $35,900 Morcedos C exc 90* cond. garaged kept, white extorlor, VW 96 Cabrlo conv., groon 94K, $4,300/ w/tan loathor Int., 48k obo ml., orlg. owner, 5 spd., MERCEDES CLK Best Offer silver adult owned, only 8K ml,, mint cond., V$46,000/obo VW GOLF GL 97 - Hatchback, auto, good condition, 7K, power roof, VC, pioneer cd, now tines, block. $5, VW JETTA GLS 00-5 spd, silver, leather, snrf, CD, full power, 39K, exl War., exc. cond., $2, VW JETTA GLS 2.0 "0 Auto, Ithr, lioatod seats, m-roof, under 35k, Exc. cond., $2,500. Call J6402- VW PASSAT GLX 02 AWD, NISSAN 9300ZX 2+2, 5- V6, AT, power everything, spd, 30K ml. ox. cond. moonroof, heated seats," New tiros and battory ABS, very good condltldhi $6300/bo K mostly hwy. ml. Asking $7,500. Call 908- NISSAN 95 Altlma QXE 89k ml., AT, beige w/bolgo Interior, exhaust WE BUY CARS. HIGHEST system & spollor, too PRICES PAID, MAmany parts to list, $4500./OBO Call Brand New 2004 Ford F r e e s t a r S M i n i v a n SOMERSET «MIDDLESEX RANO & SONS AUTO SALES, INC.. 507,3 South Avo., 50 South Avo., Garwodd 975 MAVERICK- 43K, a/c, auto, 6 cyl., 4dr, org. paint, porfect cona, $ Classic Roadster Kit Car (Austin Healey 3000) Has 85 Corvotto drive train, 7K ml. Immaculate cond, $20,000/obo 9094) Chevy 4 dr., 350 ong., AT, runs good, $S00O,/OB0 90W CADILUC COUPE DE VILLE 7, Gold w/blk. Ithr, Int. Mint crtnd. $3750. obo CADILUC DEVILLE CON- VERTIBLE 6 All org., 87K- ml., complete car, sitting 0 years not running. Needs complete res- toratlon or use ror parts. $000/obo "FORD PICK-UP TRUCK89 4X4,89,000 ml, needs o CADJllAC Sedan d«vma.pan, runs good. Asking. W, CB. garaged, tnlnt $ C0n(L 92K, $ &242 after 430. 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FORD Econollno Conversion Van 93, Hl-Top, Well PONTIAC 87 Rrebln) Trans maintained, loaded $5500. Am QTA T-tops, V8, auto, /obo, fuel ^Injected, red, many new parts/ 03k, $ VW Westfalla Campor 84 a l original, good cond., runs wall, Jots of fun. $ V,. 228 CAMAR » re.storod,- modlflod 350 4spd, 5K ml. on drive train. $3,500/obo i CHEW. BLAZER LT 0 BlkCAR DONATIONS- Choose. wmwcoal loath Int., ox- your charity- United Way, Coi[,!jcond,, 38K ml,, oxtortdqd GM warranty, On- BoyScouts Housing MS Epilepsy, Girl Scouts, for Star,, moonroof, remote start*r., $8, ifl643 CHEVYi BLAZER S drf 4x4, powor steorlngx_wlndows, locks, abs breaks, WOK gd cond. $2, DODQE 99 Durango 5.2L, 3ld row seat roar AC, 79K ml., Must seel $0,500/obo DODGE DURANQO SLT+ 00V8, loaded,- sllvor, 48K ml., loathor, 3rd row, hitch, 3 year power train warranty transferable, Good til 77k or /07 $39OO Ford Explorer 9 Eddlo Bauer 4wd, 90K, loaded, great mechanical cond. $2OO/ob 90* FORD, EXPLORER/94. W pw. bakos/stotig. 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15 * {.. * " -. -^. ^.- ^ ^ *. *.- *. ^ ^ M-.^T «< ^^. -* < ««. ^. ^., P-6 Cranford Chronicle September 6,2004 ialtki\iu*duane APR FINANCING S 60 MONTHS ON SELECT MODELS fe GUARANTEE - If we Cant Meet or Beat the Competition, Well Give You $000 VO 6,NO.39 it^^iptsrii^sis Serving Cranford, Garwood and Kenilworth Thursday, September 23, cents Chief Dowd to be inducted into Hall of Fame NEW MITSUBISHI GALANT ES 4 DOOR 4 CYLINDER AUTOMATIC -POWER STEERING POWERBRAKES >AIR.CONDITIONING POWER.WINDOWS POWER LOCKS STK AVINS 4E30S23 MSRP$I9,592 NEW 2004 ^EW 2004 JEEP GRA^D CHEROKE U8 All WHEEL DRIVE SALERNO DUAME EXCLUSIVE Bfft flbwstt«rir8..po{3?5^ V8 ENGINE AW 60 LES8PER MONTH 4DOOH 8 CYLINDER. "POWERSTEERING POWERBRAKES AIR CONDITIONING AM FM STEREO W.CD POWER SEAT POWER WINDOWS POWER MIRRORS POWER LOCKS. -CRUISE TILT. TINT. STK S VINJ 4C37O05 fmsrp $3,70 advomssi oms AS Funowuiy AovHmsa -LEASETOfi $,000 DOWN M08 OUR PRICE LEASE FOR _ ilmq $,000 DOWN V8BUG0UE "".*-"."?.. Pint>djdMii,t!tiiuv.ui Incl $3,500 Leaso Cash, $.000 C F C bonus, $,7 5 0 C o n q U K t Loase, $5Q0 Military, $,000 Customer. -..,., Cash. S.000 duo alincoplion.no sec dopraq. Price excludes lax, lillo SMV l o o s,.. MITSUBISHI OUTLANDER I S I NEW 2004 JEEP LIBERTY SPORT 4X4 YOUR DBUU HUOQUARIHtS NEW 2004 CMC YUKON XL SLT 4X D O O R.. " "...- AUTOMATIC... ].. 8 CYLINDER.. -POWER STEERING.. POWERBRAKES. AIR CONDITIONING.. POWER WINDOWS,- POWER LOCKS., v 6 DISC CD CHANGER XM SATELLITE RADIO. HEAVY DUTY TRAILERING 247 BOSE PREMIUM SOUND REAR AUDIO CONTROLS STK8VIN#4G2?06l. MSRP $46,35.. OFF MSRP Incl$4,500 consurrw.tebato S $500 GMAC linanco robalo, llqualiliod. Prico oxcludos lax, lillo 8 MV loijs GMC YUKON DENALI XL 4X4 By LAUREN TRAINOR IHECHKONICLB.,. ".. KENILWORTH The David Brearley Hall of PamQ will soon include a new face, one that almost anyone in town vvill be able to recognize -* that of Police Chief William Dowd. "Im very honored to be selected as tliis years inductee," said Dowd, who added that the award came as a surprise when Brearley Principal Charles Cappello, chairman of the selection committee, informed him of his new status. "I didnt even know I was nominated." The graduate of the David Brearley Class of 967 the first Brearley class to graduate from Kenilworth began his career with, the Kenilworth Police Department in 97 as a patrol officer. He was promoted to detective not long after, and subsequently rose through the ranks to become chief in 2000, "Chief Dowd has worked tirelessly to provide the Kenilworth Police Department with the latest developments in technology arid the continuous training of officers," said Cappello in a statement. Cappello also credited Dowd with assigning Officer Jmnes Grady as the schopls first dedicated School Resource Officer. "Chief Dowd is very community-minded and volunteers his time at community, and school events. His door is always open and he is willing to talk to anyone," Cappello wrote, adding, "He organized a fundraiser for the "Im very honored to be selected as this years inductee. I didnt even know I was nominated," William Dowd Kenilworth victims of 9/ and personally visited with the families during and after the tragedy." Dowd is a member of the Kenilworth Knights of Columbus and has received.numerous awards for his police service. He was awarded with the Police Officer of the Year award in 985, presented with a command citation in 99G, and received the Kenilworth Police Benevolent Association Gold Life Membership Award in Dowd was also chosen as the Drug Alliance Volunteer of the Year for 2002 and earned the Martin Luther King, Jr. Humanitarian Award in The Hall of Fame was begun 5 years ago to "honor past graduates who have distinguished themselves in their career or in their community," Cappello said. The two other officers who share the honor Detective Lt. Richard Dopf and Officer Daniel Sims have served under Dowd. Although it may seem like Dowd has been a fixture in Kenilworth forever, he took a moment to reflect on the impermanence of even his tenure, "Long after Im gone, my mug will still be up there," he said. Dowds induction will be held during a half-time ceremony during Brcarleys Oct. football game. CHIEF WILLIAM DOWD.! DOOR.4 CYLINDER AUTOMATIC POWER STEERING.. POWER BRAKES. AIR CONDITIONING APPEARANCE PACKAGE -POWER WINDOWS STK S VIND 4U00-G63 MSRP $2,92 w f! DOOR, j -0 CYLINDER I AUTOMATIC j -POWER STEERING j POWERBRAKES iiiji. j -POWER WINDOWS i -POWER LOCKS H lii 9 BH j.-tint 5 3H. -AIR CONDITIONING j. -STK a VIMtf 4W2207 OFFMSBP I /mo Incl Sl.000 CFC, $2,000 too cash, Sl,000 too loyally, SHKtmiSlary, S2,C0Ocuslomor cash. $2,000 duo at inception, no sec tjep feq. Price cttludos UxV- ttlo 4 MV (eos BROAD STREET, SUMMIT, NEW JERSEY CLICK 4 DOOR 8 CYLINDER AUTOMATIC POWER STEERING POWER BRAKES AIR CONDITIONING ALL WHEEL DRIVE XM SATELLITE RADIO 6 DISC CD CHANGER SUNROOF LEATHER 5,848 DEMO MILES STK8VIN#4JQ4tt3 USRP$G0,2C0 Incl $4,500 consumer obalos & $500 GMAC linanco robalo, il qualiliod. Prico excludes lax, lillo & MV loos FIVE STAR FREE LOANER CARS HOURS MON-FRI9-9, SAT 9-6 MILE FROM SHORT HIUS MAIL Is to be paid by a consumer except tax, title & MV fees, Prices include all manufacturer rebates & incentives, if any. Must qualify for all rebates.. All rebates to dealer. fjust bring in any current competitors ad and well beat the price. Based on. same year, make, model and equipment. Dealer reserves the right to purchase competitors vehicle if necessary. "Must finance thru GMAC at standard rate, Til pymt/purch opt/til cost Grand Cherokee $8964/$4,340/$0,324, Liberty $6804/$! 2,04/$8804. Leases include 0K mi/yr at 5$ each addl mile. Lessee responsible for maintenance and excess wear & tear, All offers are subject to approval by primary lender. Not responsible for typographical errors. Prices in effect at time of publication. Subject to change without notice. Offers expire 9/2/04.., ORE ori THE way juamwam - -, /9UO[ 2.9% APR FINANCING UP TO 60 MONTHS TO QUALIFIED BUYERS. THE RIGHT WAY. 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VIN H ,4 Dfl.TcyL auto,"a7c" n/t/abs/wiorji/llu/mirn/saals. cau/cd, lumf. loathot mi., MMCMJwf,6ifi.a/t. uvf.leilk.il9.l77ii $24,999 SHOWROOM HOURS MON-FRI 9AM-9PM. SAT 9AM-6PM SERVICE HOURSMON-FRI730AM-5PM-SAT9AM-4PM ifb..._ B to k -..-., b -... _ A _- r,..».. u,^.,,. u«. w w rehates/incentives. if applicabta, back to dsplec Allprices indudccoldt owner loyalty rebate (unit! ba current owner of a 96 or I iwww Olds velndfl tilt wjj pnhajed new). $750 oiililary rebate jgitnt have active mlitary 0) and GMAC rebate (mini finance tough GMAC credit). All olfen subject to lender approval Photos may not accurately reprejenl vefii- dei. Pro rams/{mc8t «^ect to ctoje without notice. Must bring in ad as wupon. Not reiponsibls for. typos, errors, or ormtsicnj. urniot combine alwnsed or urevious offen. s.ofh n (jfen expire minim 72 7? hoursaftir faun afar date rfata ot nl pt,k n & m I Sophomore Daniel Verdia scored Brearleys-lone goal as the Bears soccer team battled to a - draw. against Johnson Tuesday night. For that story and much more on the local teams, see Sports, Page C-. eitrailside A series of fall education programs. are available for area children and families at Trailside Mure and Science Center in Mountainside. For more information and to acquire a complete fall brochure, call the cen- terat (908) See the story onpageb-. Irma Vep v at the The Theater Project in Cranford will present "The Mystery oftrma Vep" from Sept 30 to OcL 7, Tim satire will be presented on Thursdays Fridays, and Saturdays. For more on the show, see Prime Time, beginning on Page.B-2. B\V^V!i>rt Recruitment night for Boy Scouts Boy Scout Troop 69 and Cub Scout Pack 69, sponsored by St. Michaels Church, will host a recruitment night p.m. Wednesday at the church, located on Alden Street, Cranford. For more information, (008) Pnmmpntarv CommunityLife,... B-t Sports...." Prime Time...A.. Obituaries..-. Real Estate... Police Log.. A-fi r,-i B-? B-8 n-3 A-4 Michael Redlger surveys the terrain as he prepares to rescue a Springfield homeowner from a self-inflicted backyard disaster. - Is your backyard In a Fix? Call this Cranford landscaper By LAUREN TRAINOR THE CHRONICLE CRANFORD" Local landscaper Michael Rediger never thought that he would be a television star, but that all changed recently when he was featured on The Learning Channels home improvement show, "In a Fix." The show features a couple who have started a home improvement project that never got finished, remaining only as a testament to the. guilty partys busy life and, sometimes, lazy ways. Local professionals pitch in to create order out of the resulting chaos. Rediger has owned and operated MCR Horticultural Enterprises for 20 years, and has become somewhat of a fixture around town. It was through his.cranford connections that he hooked up with Thorn Hirikle Jr.,producer of "In a Fix," and Dont throw away that mail it could be art! By LAUREN TRAJNOR THIS CHRONICLE " GARWOOPi-Area residents may unwittingly become a part of an interactive art piece, just by checking their mail, as borough artist Vincent Salyati constructs Ms new.project, "Pieces of Me.". In the project, Salvati selects a recipient from the phone book.to receive.a photograph, of an object that is somehow relevant to his life, accompanied by a short description. There is always some sort of connection between the photo and the. recipient A Mr. Coffee received a photo of a coffee maker, and a Mr. Pink got a picture of a pink flamingo. A snapshot of an ashtray Salvati bought in Rome was sent to a Mr. Rome. Copies of the letters and the photos, along with related material, will make up the exhibit, which will, be displayed early next year, Salvati started the project just about one month ago, he said, and will most likely continue with it until the beginning of December. So far he has completed about 30.lettersi...,... "They are getting to be very specific, because I am doing 00 of these or more,"he said. So far, Salvati has gotten one response from a. Sherry Eastl, who received, well, an easel, and was honored to.be a livingpoit of the piece. But Salyati said ho is not. necessarily looking to connect with more Sherry Easels. The. main objective here is to reach a.wide audience. Im not really expecting or wanting a par ticular response, but I think il will show, something -r whether they throw, it away or do nothing, or become creative and send something back," he said. "Im not look ing for anything in particular but I do think it will be interesting to see what kind of response I do g e t? the son of the Owner of T&J Lawnmower and Garden Service. Rediger had watched "In a Fix" only a handful of times before liis episode taped, usually at the request of Hinldes father. But, Rediger said, he has become a quick fan "It grows on you," he said. Redigers episode features Brian, a homeowner in Springfield, who proposed to his wife Maria in Italy last year. To preserve that memory, they envisioned a backyard reminiscent of the gardens they saw in Tuscany. To promote the show, they settled on the name "Landscape of Love." Brian got his hands on a few tools and let loose in the yard, transforming an otherwise bland backyard into what looked like a war zone Maria called the show for some help, and while, she was sent away to a day spa ( she got it. Brian was forced to (Continued on page A-2),,..- His contact method is simple. (Continued on page A-2) By GREG MARX THE CHRONICLE CRANFORD - With a particularly difficult budget year on the horizon, the members of the Township Committee will look to get a head start on their fiscal planning for 2005 at a special meeting scheduled 7 p.m. Monday at the municipal building. Local officials tend to describe every budget year as a tough one, but 2005 will present a new challenge, said Commissioner Ann Darby, who chairs the townships finance committee. A state law enacted earlier this year imposes new restrictions on the tax rate I., LAUREN TRAINQR/THE GHRONIQLE Vincent Salvati displays work from his upcoming show, "Portraits, which will be on display at the Jersey City Armory, 678 Montgomery St., from 2-6 pm Oct. 2 and 3. The light-hearted portraits emphasize the subjects personalities, using clear acetate, maiker, and Photographs.. ".. v i.. i."... ".. " " increases municipalities and school districts can levy, among other changes. That may be good news for taxpayers, though outraged school and municipal officials have called the measure short-sighted and claimed it may lead to bigger increases over the long run. But the new rules unquestionably create more constraints for local government. Darby said part of Mondays discussion will involve making sure the committee understands the state of play under the new. law for example, which budgetary line items can still be exempted from the cap. But, she said, with tax receipts capped, the substantive part of the discussion should focus on how to explore non-tax revenue streams to fund existing services. "If we want to maintain services, I suggest we would need to find alternate revenue streams," she said. The other pail of that equation a potential reduction in services is something that, historically, "theres not much of an appetite for," she said. And while cutting expenses will obviously be part of the discussion, she said, there are few obvious targets in the townships current spending plan. Those alternate revenue streams could include, but not be limited to, fees for municipal services such as commuter parking and the Conservation Center, Darby said. And in the event that the committee decides to take action to increase revenues, the best time to do it would be this fall, before the new year begins, so that the change could be fully accounted for in the 2005 budget, Darby said. Otherwise, the revenue generated from the change might not be reflected in next years tax rate, meaning the funds would flow back to surplus at the end of the year. "To me, whats really important is, what can this Township Committee enact this year that has a positive impact on the budget?" she said. The committee has taken up the question of revised fees on a few occasions this year, but witlvout malting any substantial changes. Also on the agenda for Mondays discussion will be the impact of pending costs related to a project at the Rahway Valley, Sewerage Authority, Darby said. But a review of departmental budget requests will not begin until later in the fall., Besides beginning budget talks, the committee will take up the latest, news on the Cranford Crossing project and a proposed South Avenue corridor study at Mondays meeting,.. Charges against station dismissed By LAUREN TRAINOR THH CHRONICLE CRANFORD.. charges related t6 the delivery, of gaso-.. line against Karanjit Singh, the operator of a Citgo gas station at,, the corner of North Avenue an<t Orchard Street, were disnjissed last weekt though the property owner still faces charges for allegedly ignoring proper fuel delivery protocol and permitted hours of operation.!. The.charges, filed by Zoning Officer Ron" Meeks, includefive >>f ^fpr toreg&diog the pewijlitted truck entry pattern the Board of Adjustment-..".dot w^en! it. 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